|<-- See earlier|
||Washing, Cline's Town
||[Officer with leopard cub]
||[Village and river]
||St. George's Pool, Freetown
||Rod Bay, Freetown
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Smyly Sierra Leone Collection, 1895-1911
||1895–1911 (The date is approximate)
|Content and context|
100 x 78 mm. Sir Charles King-Harman, Governor of Sierra Leone 1900-1904, in civilian clothes and with an umbrella on his arm, is about to raise his trilby hat. In the background are European officials in uniform, police bandsmen and spectators, and as the tower of the Cathedral visible in the distance locates the scene as Government Wharf, the occasion is presumably the greeting of a visiting dignitary.
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