|<-- See earlier|
||Best methods of tapping
||Two-and-a-half year old Funtumias, Engleberg, Victoria, Cameroons [i.e. Cameroon]
||High-tapping, Molive, Victoria, Cameroons [i.e. Cameroon]
||Rubber collecting cups
||Native tapping, Southern Nigeria
||Funtumias, ? Botanic Gardens, Aburi, Gold Coast [i.e. Ghana]
||Sickly tree with profuse flower development, Mamu, Southern Nigeria
||Young rubber tree
||Effects of native tapping
||Effects of native tapping, ? Gold Coast [i.e. Ghana]
||Native tapping of wild tree, Benin City District, Southern Nigeria
|See later -->||
Christy collection of photographs on Africa
||Elephant grass in Uganda, 1907
||Christy, Cuthbert, 1863-1932 (?)
|Extent and Medium
|Content and context|
74 x 100 mm. A view showing Cuthbert Christy and a band of porters standing in elephant grass from twelve to fifteen feet high.
This appears as Frontispiece in: Christy, Cuthbert (1924). Big game and Pygmies: experiences of a naturalist in Central African forests in quest of the Okapi, London: Macmillan.
Y304A/141-143 are all prints of the same photograph.
|Christy, Cuthbert (1863-1932) explorer and zoologist|
|No further on-line information.|