International Mission Photography Archive (IMPA)

"Händlerdorf in Moschi, Deutsch-Ost-Afrika." ("A traders' village in Moshi, German East Africa."). A road lined with thatched huts. African women are walking on the road and carrying loads on their heads. On the left: an African family (two adults, two children) is standing in front of a hut.; Postcard published by the Leipzig Mission. -- This postcard was sent. -- Cf. original photograph "Strasse in Moschi" ("Road in Moshi"). It can be seen in the Leipzig Mission Archive. -- The Mission station in Moshi was founded in 1896. -- Johannes Schanz (1876-1963) was a missionary of the Leipzig Mission. He served in Moshi and Mamba from 1901 to 1910. Schanz is probably the photographer."Wie Jung-Afrika seine Schulexempel ausrechnet!" ("How 'Young Africa' does its sums."). Two African boys are crouching and facing each other. Between them: four rows of small holes dug in the ground, similar to the game known as "bao" in East Africa. The boys are putting small stones into the holes.; Postcard published by the Leipzig Mission.
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