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"Che Harry & Wife". Portrait of a husband, wife and daughter. The man is wearing European clothes and the woman and child are wearing a mix of European and African clothes. They are standing in grassland, with mountains in the distance. Harry was from the Yao tribe and had been displaced by the Angoni raids. He returned to Angoniland, West of Lake Malawi, in 1898 to run the Pantumbi mission. He ran this mission independently and was eventually ordained. He was in charge of four native churches, with eight hundred members. He was known as “Father Harry”. ❧ From a Photograph Album of the Blantyre Mission, Nyasaland [Malawi] and the Mihecani Mission, Portuguese East Africa [Mozambique].