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"Blick auf den Kilimanjaro" ("View to Mt. Kilimanjaro"). View to Mt. Kilimanjaro in the background. In front hilly grassland and trees are visible. A path is leading to a group of buildings. Cf. picture no. LPZ/Album 11/201. Johannes Schanz (1876-1963), from Vogtland, is the son from the missionary Hugo Schanz. Johannes Schanz studied theology before joining the Leipzig Mission in 1901. Firstly he served the Chagga mission in Kidia, the station Old Moshi. 1904 he assumed the control over missionary Althaus’ mission station in Mamba. From 1905 to 1910 he worked in Moshi before he had returned to Germany because of sickness.
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