Santa Cruz de Tenerife
Santa Cruz de Tenerife - la Laguna - Carretera de Tejina streetscape, Canary Islands, Spain.
Santa Cruz de Tenerife
Santa Cruz de Tenerife - Calle de San Agustin streetscape, Canary Islands, Spain.
Martha A. Drummer. Printed on recto: Martha A. Drummer, sailed for Africa, 1906. Missionary of Pacific Brance, Woman's Foreign Missionary Society, Methodist Episcopal Church.
Woman in dance dress
An African woman in dance dress. On verso (translated from French): Witch doctor dressed in dance.
Photogravures booklet 21, Garraway Mission graduates
Boys who were students in Garraway Mission, who are now in the College of West Africa at Monrovia. Two of them - Samuel W Jnaffer, and Thomas S. Tabour, are in America attending school.
Photogravures booklet 20, Native workers and family
The Rev. John Keah and family in charge of Miriam Memorial substation, at Hanabroy. These and all other substation workers were trained at the Garraway Mission.
Photogravures booklet 19, A wedding scene
A Christian wedding scene at Garraway conducted by the missionaries.
Photogravures booklet 18, Cape Palmas
Maryland Avenue, Cape Palmas. The seminary is located at Cape Palmas, Mrs. W. G. Alston, principal. It is about 50 miles from Garraway. Dr. W. G. Alston is the district superintendent. The large house in view is the home of J. S. Pratt, who was agent for bishop taylor,
Photogravures booklet 17, A Palaver
A Palaver under a bread fruit tree. Here the missionaries often hold services with the towns people.
Photogravures booklet 16, Country chapel
Trembo - the oldest substation to Garraway. Here a little chapel was erected last year. A new Mission Station house is needed here.
Photogravures booklet 15, A substation
One of the best substation houses. This is known as the Garraway Plantation substation.
Photogravures booklet 14, The Mission Hospital
The sanitary fresh air hospital, where the missionaries dress the sores, cuts and other maladies that appeal to them daily.
Photogravures booklet 13, A good chance to ride
The mode of travel. The hammock is carried in the hands or upon the shoulders of strong young men, who make remarkable speed considering the roads, a mere winding path through field, forest, or jungle, and the heavy loads they are compelled to bear. The hammock is quite comfortable,
Photogravures booklet 12, View of whole school
The whole school - missionaries and teachers. 1, Bestman Kolenky, senior worker; 2, G. W. Natt, pastor and teacher; 3, D. G. Kolenky, teacher; 4, G.W. Natt, Jr.
Photogravures booklet 11, Sewing class
A class in sewing. These are native girls who are being trained for home keepers, and useful womanhood. The teachers are in the background.
Photogravures booklet 10, Old Mission Home
This is the old Mission House. The large room on the ground floor is used for dining room at meal time and for school during school hours. The older boys dormitory is on the second floor. It is not safe as the white ants have destroyed much of the
Photogravures booklet 9, Mission Home looking north
This is the north view of the Mission Home. The cook room for the students may be seen to the right, a typical country house, three rooms are connected with it, occupied by three married students.
Photogravures booklet 8, Mission Home looking east
The east view of the Mission House. The front of west view is similar. The first floor is used for prayer study and school rooms. The second floor is the home of the missionaries, and the girls dormitory.
Photogravures booklet 7, Mission Home looking south.
The Garraway Mission House as you approach it coming from the church on the south side. Miss McAllister raised the money for this house, and it was erected by her cousin, the Rev. J. M. Harrow.
Photogravures booklet 6, Going to church
The student body marching from the Mission House to the church for Sunday service. The teachers are in the front.
Photogravures booklet 5, The Mission Church
The Garraway Methodist Episcopal Church. Anniversary of the Ladies Aid Society.
Photogravures booklet 4, Three women
Portraits of Agnes McAllister, Annie E Hall, and Violet May Gendrou.
Photogravures booklet 3, A foreword
A forward explaining the purpose of the booklet: to give friends of the mission an idea of work being done there.
Photogravures booklet 2, title page
Title page reading: Photogravures in the study of Garraway Mission, Garraway, Liberia, West Africa. A series of views of the Mission House, Grounds, and Substations. Anna E Hall, Superintendent, Violet May Gendrou, Acting Superintendent. Motto: Nor for ourselves, but for others.
Photogravures booklet, inside cover
Inside cover of booklet, Inscribed: To Mr. and Mrs. Roland Thorpe and family. From Anna E. Hall, Atlanta, GA.
Photogravures booklet 1, cover
Cover of booklet: Photogravures in a study of Garraway Mission, Liberia, West Africa. Miss Annie E. Hall, Superintendent.
Snow covered mountains. Written on verso: A view of the snows on the mountain from across Lakebay(?).
The Mission Home with students standing on the porch. Written on verso: School and Mission residence, Garraway, Liberia.
A small building with a woman standing in the doorway. Written on verso: Kitchen and site of old dormitory. Garraway, Liberia.
A road and palm trees
View of a man standing in a road with palm trees and a building in the distance. Garraway, Liberia.
Class on a porch
A group of students gathered on a porch. Written on verso: Our primary class on the porch - their classroom. 1922. Garraway, Liberia.
Walking to church
A crowd of people walking to a church. Written on verso: General Tobman's(?) funeral. Garraway, Liberia.
A class in sewing with students and teachers. Girls being trained for home keepers. Garraway, Liberia.
Church members standing in front of church. Written on verso: Some members of Po River church near Garraway, Liberia.
A group portrait of Mission students. Written on verso: Miss Hattie L. Hooks, M.E. Mission, Ganta Hinterland, via Monrovia Liberia, West Africa.
A group portrait of Mission students stand in front of the Mission Home. Garraway, Liberia.
Mission graduates and students
A group of men and boys stand in front of a building. Written on verso: Mr. Mooney, native commissioner, graduates and students of Garraway Mission School in front of church.
Two boys and chair
Two young boys stand next to a chair. Written on verso: J. Stanley Daugh, Daniel Fields Daugh. The Kings Sons of Belmand (?) near our (unreadable).
Woman and girl
Portrait of an unidentified woman seated with an unidentified girl standing next to her.
Woman with boys
A woman seated in a tree with two boys below. Possibly in India. Written on verso: Taken in June 1958. Yours truly with the 2 sons of our (?). There names are (L to R) Pelrvais and Jared. I am wearing salwar chemise, duputta. Sometimes I wear frocks, sometimes
Two women standing in a plaza. Written on verso: April '53 With Mrs. Richleu at Rockefeller Center New York. Ivy.
An unidentified woman standing in a road. Possibly in India. Written on verso: to Mama Hall with love. My roommate took this of me coming around the mountain. Notice the "ravine like" drop.
Portrait of a woman. Written on verso: Ruth McLaren-D.F.O class-First Methodist church Buffalo N.Y. Taken in Baysville, Ontario Canada- Sept. 4, 1949.
Charlatte Baxter Tatum
Portrait of a woman. Written on verso: Charlatte Baxter Tatum to my dear friend Miss Anna E. Hall.
Two men standing outside. Written on verso: Left to Right Bishop S. Mordol and Bishop John A. Sulhan (my Bishop). Bishop Sulhan is coming to US soon.
Bowen family photograph
Group portrait of a family of two men and three women. Written on verso: Family photograph; Left to Right: seated 1. President J. W. E Bowen (Gammon) 2. Mrs. Bowen (Irene) Left to Right, standing: 1. Sister Juanita (?) 2. Bishop J. W. E Bowen (son) 3. sister Portia
Anna E. Hall
Anna E. Hall and boys standing in a field in Liberia. Written on verso: Miss Hall & Mission Boys.
Anna E. Hall
A group portrait of women and children in front of a house in Liberia. Anna E. Hall wearing a white dress. Written on verso: The Julian A Stewart Girls Cottage - as Mr. Donahugh saw it, 2_1923. It is complete now- 1924.
Anna E. Hall
People waking into a thatch roofed house in Liberia. Anna E. Hall wearing a white dress. Written on verso: visiting house of Mr. Mooney, native Commissioner.
Anna E. Hall
Anna E. Hall standing outside with four men. Written on verso: Rev. Short, GA; Rev. Fields, LA: Rev. Meerans, D.C; Miss Hall; Jackson, LA.
Anna E. Hall
Anna E. Hall standing outside with a woman in winter. Written on verso: 1st house (Miss Hall); Left to Right: 1. Miss Anna E. Hall 2. Mrs. Joseph J. Dennis (Sammye) ca. 1940.
Anna E. Hall
Anna E. Hall standing outside with a woman in winter. Written on verso: Miss Anna E. Hall, Mrs. Joseph J. Dennis (Sammye).
Anna E. Hall
Anna E. Hall greeted by three men. Written on verso: 1954 Dedication of Anna E. Hall Dorm Gammon Theol. Seminary; Left to Right: 1. Bishop Moore 2. Dr. Harry Richardson 3. Miss Anna E. Hall 4. Bishop Bowen.
This scrapbook features photographs and memorabilia about Anna E. Hall created for her by Clark College students. Some of the items included are newspaper clippings, writings, and photographs of Anna E. Hall with various groups of students and adults. Some of the identified people in the photographs include: Dr. Stella Brewer Brookes, Dr. James P. Brawley, Dr. James R. Porter, Bishop Arthur E. Moore, Dr. Harry V. Richardson, Bishop J.W.E. Bowen, Susie Cunningham, Eva Samuel Martin, Roberta Parks, S.J. Saxon, Eva B. Parks, J.N. Shopshire, and 1892 Clark University graduates Lillie Lovelace, Julia Starks, and Constance Peeler.
This scrapbook features photographs and memorabilia about Anna E. Hall created for her by Clark College students. Some of the items included are newspaper clippings, writings, newsletters, and photographs of Anna E. Hall, Agnes McAllister, and groups of students and teachers from the Garraway mission in Liberia.