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"Sailing boat 'Carmita'/ Departure of Heim, Bosshard & Schwendimann (Bissao - Conakry -Freetown)/(5 Jan. till 14 Jan. 1941)
Segelboot 'Carmita' / Ausreise von Heim, Bosshard & Schwendimann (Bissao - Conakry - Freetown) / (5. Jan. bis 14. Jan 1941)
Date Created and/or Issued
Publication Information
University of Southern California. Libraries
Contributing Institution
University of Southern California Digital Library
International Mission Photography Archive, ca.1860-ca.1960
Rights Information
All the images (photographic and non-photographic) made available in this collection are the property of the Basel Mission and are managed by mission 21. mission 21 / Basel Mission claim copyright on the images in their possession and require those publishing any of the images--both individuals and organisations--to pay a user's/copyright fee.
Contact the Archives of mission21 at address mentioned or at
mission21, Missionsstrasse 21, CH-4003 Basel, Switzerland, tel. (+41 61 260 22 42), fax (+4161 260 22 68)
b/w positive, paper print, gelatin-silver
7.7 x 5.2 cm.
impa-m49505 [Legacy record ID]
Bosshard (Mr)
Carmita (ship)
Heim (Mr)
Schwendimann (Mr)
Sailing boat
not before 1941-01-14
QU-30.002.0066 [Reference number]
Historical Photographs from the Basel Mission
International Mission Photography Archive, ca.1860-ca.1960
Private Collection
QU-30.002: untitled
impa-m15099; impa-m17557

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