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"Schule und Klasse von Mbaga." ("School and class of Mbaga. ") Group portrait of African schoolchildren posing together with 2 missionaries and 2 African adults in front of a thatched schoolbuilding. Some of the children are holding slates. On the left missionary Michel and on the right deacon Nüßler is standing. Max Michel (1881-1962), from Saxony, joined the Leipzig Mission in 1903. At first he worked in Gonja, 1911 he took over the station in Vudee. After the First World War and a stay in Germany he returned to East Africa and worked from 1929 to 1933 in Mbaga. Friedrich (also known as Fritz) Nüssler (1900-1988), from Cologne, worked as a male nurse before serving the Leipzig Mission as a deacon in Machame from 1929 to 1931. Then he worked in Gonja until 1940, apart from a stay in Mbaga from 1933 to 1938.
photographs photographic prints, 11.2 x 8.2 cm.
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Group portraits Schoolchildren Schools Education Clergy