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Background imageRelated Images Premium Framed Print Collection: HARRIS: UNCLE REMUS, 1895. The Wonderful Tar-Baby Story. Brer Rabbit and Brer Fox

HARRIS: UNCLE REMUS, 1895. The Wonderful Tar-Baby Story. Brer Rabbit and Brer Fox. Pen-and-ink drawing by Arthur Burdett Frost for the second edition of the African American folktale by Joel Chandler

Background imageRelated Images Premium Framed Print Collection: Kept In. Oil on canvas by Edward Lamson Henry, 1888

Kept In. Oil on canvas by Edward Lamson Henry, 1888
HENRY: KEPT IN, 1888. Kept In. Oil on canvas by Edward Lamson Henry, 1888

Background imageRelated Images Premium Framed Print Collection: Algeria, North Africa - Beautiful Moorish Woman

Algeria, North Africa - Beautiful Moorish Woman. Date: circa 19010s

Background imageRelated Images Premium Framed Print Collection: Ira Aldridge / Aaron

Ira Aldridge / Aaron
IRA FREDERICK ALDRIDGE known as THE AFRICAN ROSCIUS American actor playing the part of Aaron in Shakespeares Titus Andronicus

Background imageRelated Images Premium Framed Print Collection: Francois Certain Canrobert, French general, 1869

Francois Certain Canrobert, French general, 1869. After serving in Africa, Canrobert (1809-1895) was appointed aide-de-camp to President Louis-Napoleon

Background imageRelated Images Premium Framed Print Collection: Tripolitania War 1911

Tripolitania War 1911
An Italian soldier seizes the the green flag of the Prophet signifying their battle victory, during the Tripolitanian War (1911 - 1912)

Background imageRelated Images Premium Framed Print Collection: A1GP 2007/08, Rd 6, Eastern Creek

A1GP 2007/08, Rd 6, Eastern Creek
01.02.2008 Sydney, Australia, Wesleigh Orr (RSA), driver of A1 Team South Africa - A1GP World Cup of Motorsport 2007/08, Round 6, Eastern Creek

Background imageRelated Images Premium Framed Print Collection: King Koffees Palace, c1880

King Koffees Palace, c1880. Episode of the Third Anglo-Ashanti War (1873-1874). From British Battles on Land and Sea, Vol. III, by James Grant

Background imageRelated Images Premium Framed Print Collection: The Landing of Van Riebeck, 1909. Artist: GS Smithard

The Landing of Van Riebeck, 1909. Artist: GS Smithard
The Landing of Van Riebeck, 1909. In 1651 Van Riebeck (1619-1677), volunteered to undertake the command of the initial Dutch settlement in the future South Africa

Background imageRelated Images Premium Framed Print Collection: Aerial view of the Pyramids of Giza, Egypt, from a Zeppelin, 1931 (1933)

Aerial view of the Pyramids of Giza, Egypt, from a Zeppelin, 1931 (1933). A photograph from Zeppelin-Weltfahrten, Vom ersten Luftschiff 1899 bis zu den Fahrten des LZ127 Graf Zeppelin 1932, Dresden

Background imageRelated Images Premium Framed Print Collection: Aerial view of Old Cairo, Egypt, from a Zeppelin, 1931 (1933)

Aerial view of Old Cairo, Egypt, from a Zeppelin, 1931 (1933). A photograph from Zeppelin-Weltfahrten, Vom ersten Luftschiff 1899 bis zu den Fahrten des LZ127 Graf Zeppelin 1932, Dresden, 1933

Background imageRelated Images Premium Framed Print Collection: A woman of the Beja Nile or Baggara people, Ethiopia, Africa, 1922

A woman of the Beja Nile or Baggara people, Ethiopia, Africa, 1922. From Peoples of All Nations, Their Life Today and the Story of Their Past, volume I: Abyssinia to the British Empire

Background imageRelated Images Premium Framed Print Collection: King Koffees Palace, Coomassie, Ashanti War, Africa, 1900

King Koffees Palace, Coomassie, Ashanti War, Africa, 1900. During the Ashanti Campaign, the local Ashanti people offered substantial resistance to British imperial ambitions in Africa

Background imageRelated Images Premium Framed Print Collection: Picture No. 12009366

Picture No. 12009366
Sociable Weaver - males in the vicinity of their nest - in the last light of the evening - Kalahari Desert, Kgalagadi Transfrontier Park, South Africa Date

Background imageRelated Images Premium Framed Print Collection: africa, antique, arabian sea, archival, asia, borders, boundaries, cartography, countries

africa, antique, arabian sea, archival, asia, borders, boundaries, cartography, countries, geography, gulf of aden, historic, horn, illustration, india, indian ocean, iran, key, legend, map

Background imageRelated Images Premium Framed Print Collection: Warthog

Warthog
(Phacochoerus aethiopicus), Tswalu Game Reserve, Kalahari, Northern Cape, South Africa

Background imageRelated Images Premium Framed Print Collection: Picture No. 11981765

Picture No. 11981765
Ivory shipment at the station in Leopoldville, Belgian Congo, old postcard probably c1920s. Date

Background imageRelated Images Premium Framed Print Collection: African Elephant (Loxodonta africana), baby running with its ears out, Addo Elephant National Park

African Elephant (Loxodonta africana), baby running with its ears out, Addo Elephant National Park, South Africa, Africa

Background imageRelated Images Premium Framed Print Collection: Young Zulu child, South Africa - Coming out of hut - morning

Young Zulu child, South Africa - Coming out of hut - morning. Date: circa 1920s

Background imageRelated Images Premium Framed Print Collection: Moa River Railway Bridge, Sierra Leone, West Africa

Moa River Railway Bridge, Sierra Leone, West Africa. Date: circa 1912

Background imageRelated Images Premium Framed Print Collection: Ashanti native costume, West Africa

Ashanti native costume, West Africa. 19th century

Background imageRelated Images Premium Framed Print Collection: Lourenco Marques, Mozambique, East Africa

Lourenco Marques, Mozambique, East Africa
View of Lourenco Marques (now Maputo) from the sea, Mozambique, Portuguese East Africa. Date: circa 1910s

Background imageRelated Images Premium Framed Print Collection: Church House and Bookshop, Nairobi, Kenya, East Africa

Church House and Bookshop, Nairobi, Kenya, East Africa. Date: circa 1950

Background imageRelated Images Premium Framed Print Collection: French Trade Show - Algerian Ceramics of E Soupireau

French Trade Show - Algerian Ceramics of E Soupireau on display. One wonders whether the fine gentleman on the left is Monsieur Soupireau himself

Background imageRelated Images Premium Framed Print Collection: Allied troops being welcomed as they pass through Tunis

Allied troops being welcomed as they pass through Tunis
Lantern slide showing allied troops being welcomed as they pass through the town of Tunis, May 1943.From a collection of British official war photographs relating to the 78th Division that were given

Background imageRelated Images Premium Framed Print Collection: Tamboerskloof, Cape Town, and Lions Head, South Africa

Tamboerskloof, Cape Town, and Lions Head, South Africa
Tamboerskloof (Tambours Kloof), a neighbourhood of Cape Town, and Lions Head, South Africa. Date: circa 1905

Background imageRelated Images Premium Framed Print Collection: Anglo-Boer War Memorial, Wynberg, South Africa

Anglo-Boer War Memorial, Wynberg, South Africa
Anglo-Boer War Memorial, Wynberg, Cape Town, Cape Colony (now in Western Cape Province), South Africa. Date: circa 1910

Background imageRelated Images Premium Framed Print Collection: Algeria - Laghouat - Washing Basin / Trench / Pool

Algeria - Laghouat - Washing Basin / Trench / Pool
Laghouat, capital city of the Laghouat Province, Algeria - Wasing Trench. Date: circa 1910

Background imageRelated Images Premium Framed Print Collection: Mastaba of Nefer and Kahay. Relief. Male figure standing wit

Mastaba of Nefer and Kahay. Relief. Male figure standing with a cane. 5th Dynasty. Old Kingdom. Saqqara. Egypt

Background imageRelated Images Premium Framed Print Collection: Assistant Superintendent Betty Barnes, Lagos, Nigeria

Assistant Superintendent Betty Barnes, Lagos, Nigeria
Assistant Superintendent Betty Barnes (front row, centre), at the time of her posting to Lagos, Nigeria. She served with the Met Police from 1950 to 1975

Background imageRelated Images Premium Framed Print Collection: Egyptian Lady Smoking

Egyptian Lady Smoking
Egyptian woman smiling and smoking a cigarette to advertise the Salonica Cigarette Company Date: 1919

Background imageRelated Images Premium Framed Print Collection: Barracks and clock tower, Gabes, Tunisia, North Africa

Barracks and clock tower, Gabes, Tunisia, North Africa. Date: circa 1920

Background imageRelated Images Premium Framed Print Collection: Aerial view of Hammamet, Tunisia, North Africa

Aerial view of Hammamet, Tunisia, North Africa. Date: circa 1910

Background imageRelated Images Premium Framed Print Collection: Hilltop village in Kabylie (Kabylia), Algeria

Hilltop village in Kabylie (Kabylia), Algeria
Hilltop village in Tizi N Berber, Kabylie (Kabylia), Algeria. circa 1920

Background imageRelated Images Premium Framed Print Collection: Kaiser Street in Windhoek, south west Africa

Kaiser Street in Windhoek, south west Africa
Kaiser Street (the main street) in Windhoek, south west Africa (now Namibia). Date: circa 1930s

Background imageRelated Images Premium Framed Print Collection: International tennis players at Wimbledon, 1911

International tennis players at Wimbledon, 1911
Page from The Sketch magazine featuring photographs of international players competing at the Wimbledon Lawn Tennis championships in 1911. Top row from left: Miss M. Reick (Germany), Mr R

Background imageRelated Images Premium Framed Print Collection: Native village, Liberia, West Africa

Native village, Liberia, West Africa
Native village in Liberia, West Africa. 1940s

Background imageRelated Images Premium Framed Print Collection: Swedish Evangelical Mission Station, Zazega, East Africa

Swedish Evangelical Mission Station, Zazega, East Africa
Swedish Evangelical Mission Station at Zazega, near Asmara, East Africa (now in Eritrea). Date: circa 1910

Background imageRelated Images Premium Framed Print Collection: Strelitzia nicolai, blue bird-of-paradise flower

Strelitzia nicolai, blue bird-of-paradise flower, native of South Africa.. Hand-coloured botanical illustration drawn by Matilda Smith and lithographed by J.N

Background imageRelated Images Premium Framed Print Collection: South Africa - The RMMV Stirling Castle (Union Castle Line)

South Africa - The RMMV Stirling Castle (Union Castle Line)
The RMMV Stirling Castle (Union Castle Line), Durban, KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa. Date: 1927

Background imageRelated Images Premium Framed Print Collection: Rosita Forbes at Jaghbub crossing the Sahara Desert

Rosita Forbes at Jaghbub crossing the Sahara Desert
Rosita Forbes (1890-1967), English travel writer and explorer at Jaghbub (a remote desert oasis village in the eastern Libyan Desert)

Background imageRelated Images Premium Framed Print Collection: Reliquary Guardian Figure (ethnicity Kota, Fang)

Reliquary Guardian Figure (ethnicity Kota, Fang). They protect the relics of the ancestors and are helpful to communicate with their gods and to curse their wives in case of infidelity. African art

Background imageRelated Images Premium Framed Print Collection: Zimbabwe (Rhodesia) - Matabeleland Store

Zimbabwe (Rhodesia) - Matabeleland Store
Black and white lantern Slide of Matabeleland Store - British South Africa. Part of Box 288, British South Africa. Boswell Collection

Background imageRelated Images Premium Framed Print Collection: Zimbabwe (Rhodesia) - Bulawayo, Indaba at Government House

Zimbabwe (Rhodesia) - Bulawayo, Indaba at Government House
Lantern slide of Bulawayo, Indaba at Government House. An Indaba was a meeting or conference. This Indaba is being held to celebrate the arrival of the railway line at Bulawayo

Background imageRelated Images Premium Framed Print Collection: Eritrean Man - Wearing headwear

Eritrean Man - Wearing headwear. Massawa - Eritrea - Africa

Background imageRelated Images Premium Framed Print Collection: Prehistoric Europe and Africa united by a land-bridge

Prehistoric Europe and Africa united by a land-bridge
Reconstruction drawing by A Forrestier from material supplied by Sir Arthur Keith, the anthropologist, showing Neanderthal men stampeding elephants

Background imageRelated Images Premium Framed Print Collection: Lady Idina Gordon going big-game shooting

Lady Idina Gordon going big-game shooting
Lady Idina Gordon (nee Sackville), who married her second husband, Captain Charles Gordon, in 1919, pictured in The Tatler with news that she was about to travel to British East Africa (Kenya)

Background imageRelated Images Premium Framed Print Collection: German and Italian tanks in Libya by G. H. Davis

German and Italian tanks in Libya by G. H. Davis
Panzer types: German and Italian tanks opposing British tanks in the Libyan desert during the Second World War. Date: 1941



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