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An open tent made out of canvas and Bamboo canes, under it a camp bed, a tea pot, a bag, and baggage. Adolf Müller (1905-1936) was a mission artisan of the Hermannsburg mission. He started his work as a missionary in Ethiopia in 1927. From 1928 he served in Aira, later in Bedele. He was married to Minna, née Nottorf. In may 1936 he left Bedele with his wife and baby to flee to Addis Abeba. He was killed on the way in an attack on the caravan.
photographic prints, 8 x 5.7 cm. photographs
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