Mrs Terry resided in Freetown as the wife of the Assistant Superintendent of the Liberated Africans.
Plastic sleeves containing an annotated print panorama of Freetown. Four of the prints are views from Mrs Terry's upstairs windows in the Church Missionary Grammar School house, formerly the resident of the Assistant Superintendents. The fifth is a view of the town and harbour from the promontory of King Tom's point. Each print measures 2' 2'' by 10''.
There is an accompanying folder containing related correspondence between Christopher Fyfe of the Centre of African Studies, Edinburgh, and D.H. Simpson, R.C.S. Librarian, 13 May 1971 - 10 July 1971. The folder also contains reproductions of a circular advertising the sale of copies of the panorama, a letter to Mrs Terry from Henry Venn, Honorary Secretary of the Church Missionary Society, 7 June 1847, and a list of subscribers to the panorama.
Presented by Rosemary Keen, Church Missionary Society, 1971.