University of California, Santa Barbara - Davidson Library
26 original photographs depicting camp and village scenes, indigenous hunters and women at work; wild game hunting including gazelles, hippopotamus, and crocodile in the border regions of South Africa and Portuguese East Africa, Tembe, Delagoa Bay (Maputo Bay), Maputo River (Rio Maputo or Great Usutu River), and Swaziland. Derived from dealer description
University of Wisconsin - Milwaukee, Libraries
Kenya north sheet -- Kenya south sheet. Includes mileage chart and regional boundaries diagram
Northwestern University
Apparently the record of a safari to British East Africa and Uganda during which the compiler stayed with the Aubertin family at their farm and went on a hunting trip
Smithsonian Libraries
Includes accounts of a hunting safari in East Africa, 21 November 1922-21 April 1923 (89 pages typed); a hunting trip in Alaska, 10 August 1925-5 October 1925 (47 pages typed); and a hunting safari in East Africa, 10 May 1928-4 December 1928 (56 pages typed covering the period through July 30 and then 141 pages covering "My Own Safari")
University of California, Berkeley
Includes images taken by Livermore during a hunting safari in the Tanganyika territory (now Tanzania) of Africa in 1923. Photographs depict game such as lions and antelopes; hunting camps; the Maasai and Mkalama, as well as other indigenous peoples, villagers, etc.; various locations, including the Ngorongoro Crater, the Serenghetti Plain, Mt. Oldeani, the Oldoinyo Lengai volcano, and the town of Arusha; and assorted flora and fauna, including bamboo forests, a baobab tree, elands, wildebeests, gazelles and a giraffe. Livermore and other hunters appear in a few photographs. Captions occasionally refer to earlier German colonization of areas depicted
Smithsonian Libraries
Collection of sketches, watercolors, and photographs by Henry P. Bailey (who wrote under the pseudonym Bula N'zau), depicting hunting scenes, landscapes, portraits, and ethnographic materials. The items in the album were created or collected by him during his travels in Central Africa
Getty Research Institute
This seventh photograph album in a series of seven contains views of Belgian Congo and Ruanda-Urundi [present-day Congo, Rwanda and Burundi], along with two small photographs of Victoria Falls and three of South Africa; there are also two postcards of people identified as being from Kenya and Uganda. Subjects include indigenous peoples with their costumes, baskets, and fishing nets; views of the Mwami [King] of Rwanda, Charles Mutara III Ludahigwa (or Rudahigwa), his Intores or royal dance troupe, and Rwandan festivities featuring large-horned cattle; marketplaces; European colonial family life; landscapes (including lake views and lava flows); hunting scenes and wildlife; colonial buildings and city views; ports, shipping and heavy machinery on the African Great Lakes (the ships Kivu, Prince LeĢopold, Baron Dhanis, Eendracht and Kigoma are shown, as well as a Hunslet diesel locomotive). The album includes a larger photograph of an unidentified monolith (most likely in West Africa) ... Read More
American Museum of Natural History
Lion hunting in Kenya Colony -- Elephant hunting in Uganda -- Rhino-buffalo in Kenya Colony -- Hunting the white rhino -- Hunting sitatunga -- Shikar days in the Himalayas -- Ibex in Baltistan -- Markhor -- A hunt into Ladakh -- The high country of Rupshu -- In Kishtwar -- White sheep of the Yukon
Smithsonian Libraries
Journals kept by Lincolnshire native Nathaniel Clayton Cockburn, describing his travels and big game hunting adventures primarily in east and southern Africa and India, as well as his trip around the world in 1904-1906 visiting Egypt, India, Burma, Hong Kong, China, Japan, San Francisco, Chicago, New York and other locations -- The journals, written in a rather chatty style, describe daily activities and extensive travel details including: accomodations, methods of travel by land and sea, distances covered, social interactions, animals seen and shot, weather, and his personal impressions of countries, governments, political situations, and similar topics. Cockburn includes detailed lists of items that he brought on his trips, as well as information on ships, hotels, native vocabularies, and species of game in various geographic regions
Smithsonian Libraries
Delamere was acompanied by Thomas Dewar, MP. Inscriptions on verso of images and album inscribed "The last remaining pictorial evidence" of the "Big game safari in British East Africa led by ..." Photo of cheetah trophies signed by Dewar