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  • Rr172391r?file=thumbnail
    Creator: Kofod, Leon V.
    Contributing Institution: Duke University Divinity School Library
    Description: Photographs accompanying an article on the transition from Belgian to native rule in the Congo. Depict an African preacher and his family, as well as a missionary teaching a large group of African children. 1960. JPG file (274 KB)
  • 1v53k376k?file=thumbnail
    Creator: Mason, David E.
    Contributing Institution: Duke University Divinity School Library
    Description: Illustration accompanying an article on promoting literacy in African urban centers. Depicts an African man holding a book and teaching or reading to two young children. Includes caption: In a few short years Africa has changed from a primitive culture to a progressively complex urban one. The effects on family life are profound and the ability to read and write is sometimes a unifying, often a divisive force between generations. 1967. JPG file (211 KB)
  • 4b29bc75b?file=thumbnail
    Creator: Jump, Chester, author, Nilsson, Lennart, and Jump, Margaret, author
    Contributing Institution: Duke University Divinity School Library
    Description: Photograph accompanying an article on family life in the Belgian Congo. Depicts a crying child being bathed in a river. Includes caption: His NO! is NO! in any language. 1952. JPG file (183 KB)
  • H702qc55r?file=thumbnail
    Creator: Culver, Elsie Thomas, author
    Contributing Institution: Duke University Divinity School Library
    Description: Photograph accompanying an article entitled, "Women on the March: Christianity has given women in Africa a new way of life." Depicts a crowd of Cameroonian women gathering for a meeting. Includes caption: In Cameroun, West Africa, Women's missionary society meets at hospital. Members hope to convert natives in Spanish Guinea. 1950. JPG file (286 KB)
  • Fq9782202?file=thumbnail
    Creator: Deale, Mrs. Hugh
    Contributing Institution: Duke University Divinity School Library
    Description: Photograph accompanying an article on the transition from Belgian to native rule in the Congo. Depicts four missionary children playing in canoes while an African child washes dishes nearby. Includes caption: Dugout canoes, beached in an African river, provide a playground for missionary children. 1960. JPG file (199 KB)
  • Pn89dd203?file=thumbnail
    Creator: Jump, Chester, author, Nilsson, Lennart, and Jump, Margaret, author
    Contributing Institution: Duke University Divinity School Library
    Description: Photographs accompanying an article on family life in the Belgian Congo. One photo depicts a thatched roof building, with several village residents in and around it, while the other depicts a young girl pounding food in a large mortar. Includes caption: Above--a fishing village scene. Left--a girl making Bangonju (a dish of greens). She is pounding the greens. 1952. JPG file (225 KB)
  • 2j62sb59s?file=thumbnail
    Creator: Jump, Chester, author, Nilsson, Lennart, and Jump, Margaret, author
    Contributing Institution: Duke University Divinity School Library
    Description: Photograph accompanying an article on family life in the Belgian Congo. Depicts a man holding a large fish that he has caught. Includes caption: A good catch on any continent. Here, in the Belgian Congo, the entire yield is pooled, and then distributed among all the groups in the village. 1952. JPG file (205 KB)
  • 6969z6606?file=thumbnail
    Creator: Culver, Elsie Thomas, author
    Contributing Institution: Duke University Divinity School Library
    Description: Photograph accompanying an article entitled, "Women on the March: Christianity has given women in Africa a new way of life." Depicts several African schoolgirls knitting, as well as a nurse carrying milk. 1950. JPG file (152 KB)
  • 3b591g38j?file=thumbnail
    Creator: Barnes, Millie Jo
    Contributing Institution: Duke University Divinity School Library
    Description: Photographs accompanying an article on appreciating cultural differences. One depicts a group of four women and a young child on an outdoor picnic; the other, a bicultural family in front of an Africa-themed display. Includes caption: At school, in work camps, and in the church young persons have opportunities to meet and come to know persons of differing cultural backgrounds and to accept them as individuals, rather than as stereotypes. 1967. JPG file (269 KB)