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Photograph of the first missionaries in Africa at the 100th anniversary of the mission. They are standing outside in front of a monument[?], from left missionaries Althaus, Faßmann, E. Müller, Böhme. Cf. picture no. LPZ/Negative box/115. Emil Müller (1868-1940) was one of the founders of the missionary work of the Leipzig Mission in German East Africa. From 1893 to 1920 and from 1931 to 1933 he served the Leipzig Mission in Machame, a station founded in 1893. He is the author of a dictionary of the Chagga language published in 1947. Gerhard Althaus (1866-1946), from Hannover, was one of the founders of the missionary work in German East Africa. He studied theology before serving the Leipzig Mission in Tanzania from 1893 to 1910. The station in Mamba was founded by him and missionary Päsler in 1894. Robert Faßmann (1868-1942), from Saxony, was one of the founders of the missionary work in German East Africa. In 1893 he arrived in Machame. From 1896 to 1908 he worked in Kidia, the station Old Moshi which he founded together with Segebrock and von Lany. Albin Böhme (1869-1949), from Saxony, was one of the founders of the missionary work in German East Africa. He arrived in Machame in 1893, but only a couple of months later he got diphtheria and had to return to Germany.
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