University of Victoria - McPherson Library
The collection consists of two letters from Belcher in 1855 and two from McClintock in 1869. The first Belcher letter is concerned with the Menic (sp?) rifle, and the second with personal matters. The first McClintock letter is concerned with charts and exploration of the west African coast. He mentions Belcher in this regard. The second letter is about personal matters
University of Wyoming - American Heritage Center
The bulk of the Dimitar Krustev papers consist of manuscripts written by Krustev from his artistic explorations to Central and South America, Africa, and the South Pacific, as well as journals reflecting his artistic work in the United States and Europe. Additionally, the collections contains printed materials, biographical materials, audio tapes from two journeys to Central America, slides, and one artwork print
Smithsonian Libraries
J.S. MacPherson was a medical officer attending to Nelson's care. The Administrator General in Mombasa from Feb. 1892 to 1893 was Sir Gerald Herbert Portal
Smithsonian Libraries
Collection includes 7 autograph letters by David Livingstone (accession numbers M81; M84; M85; M87; M90; M91; and M97); 1 letter about Livingstone written by the Reverend Richard Cecil to the Reverend W. Ellis, dated Ongar, 24 November 1838 (M98); a handwritten receipt on behalf of the trustees of David Livingstone, LL. D, signed by his son W. Oswell Livingstone and dated 22 August 1872 (M99); a sepia-toned print captioned "Livingstone weak from fever escorted to Shinte's town," probably excised from a copy of The life and explorations of Dr. Livingstone, by John S. Roberts (London: Adam & Co., [1878]) (M102); a printed broadside issued by Glasgow College announcing an address by Livingstone to be presented at the College on 25 February 1858 (A14); an undated color-illustrated postcard of "The Scottish national memorial to David Livingstone at Blantyre, Lanarkshire; renunciation/farewell to Stanley" (no accession number); and an undated color-illustrated cigarette card featuring a ... Read More
Syracuse University - Special Collections Research Center and University Archives
Letters of the British explorer and travel writer
Getty Research Institute
In 1886, Edouard Foà was hired by the Marseilles-based colonial trading company of Mante, Régis et Borelli to manage a trading post in Porto-Novo, Dahomey. From 1886 to 1890, Foà explored the French colony of Dahomey (now known as Benin) and the neighboring countries around the Gulf of Guinea. The photographs in albums 1 and 2 were taken during these four years. Album 1 (102 photoprints) covers the modern nations of Benin, Ghana, Togo and Sierra Leone, and also contains ten images of the Canary Islands and Madeira. Album 2 (56 photoprints) includes Benin, Equatorial Guinea, Gabon, Congo, Angola, Senegal, Liberia and Ghana. Albums 1 and 2 contain ethnographic portraits, views of colonial institutions and scenes of daily life in West Africa