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Slide set: Stanley's Emin Pasha relief expedition (lecture: York & Son, 42 slides, 1890)

Descriptive data for this set (listed below slide images)
Slide 1
Introduction
Slide 2
Group of Officers
Slide 3


no image available
Slide 4
Map
Slide 5
Transferring passengers to Congo River Boat
Slide 6
Tippoo Tib
Slide 7
En Route to Leopoldsville
Slide 8
Arabs raiding a native Village on the Aruwimi
Slide 9
Stanley giving final instructions to Major Barttelot
Slide 10


no image available
Slide 11


no image available
Slide 12
Lieut Stairs wounded by a poisoned arrow
Slide 13
Dr Parke sucking the Poisoned Wound
Slide 14


no image available
Slide 15
Lieut Stairs charged by Wounded Elephant
Slide 16
Scaring Elephants in Banana Grove
Slide 17
Forest Dwarfs eating Snakes
Slide 18
Skeletons of Man, Dwarf, and Gorilla
Slide 19
Carrying Steel Boat through the Forest
Slide 20
Stanley showing his Followers the Promised Land
Slide 21
End of the Great Forest
Slide 22
Starvation Camp
Slide 23
Our first Meeting with Mazamboni's People
Slide 24
Burning of Mazamboni Villages
Slide 25


no image available
Slide 26


no image available
Slide 27


no image available
Slide 28
The Meeting of Emin and Stanley
Slide 29


no image available
Slide 30


no image available
Slide 31
Types of Emin Pasha's People
Slide 32
Execution of Soudanese Mutineer
Slide 33
Native School Children singing National Anthem
Slide 34
Stanley's Caravans with Emin Pasha at Masabala
Slide 35
Last Camping Ground
Slide 36


no image available
Slide 37
Stanley's Farewell to Africa
Slide 38


no image available
Slide 39
Stanley at Shepherd's Hotel at Cairo
Slide 40
Stanley at Albert Hall
Slide 41


no image available
Slide 42
Wedding of Stanley at Westminster Abbey
Number of slides
42
Manufacturer

York & Son, England

Other related organisations

in stock of UK Band of Hope Union, 1891

in stock of E.G. Wood, 1894-1912 (item ref. 30761-30804)

in stock of J. Lizars, 1909 (item ref. 253)

in stock of Ivens & Co., 1913

Main type of image
drawing / painting / print
Main usage of set
lecture
Date of first manufacture
1890
People involved in slide production

FORESTIER, Amédée  (1854-1930) – creator of source image(s), slide 34

Notes

The expedition took place between 1886 and 1890. The lecture at the Royal Albert Hall shown in slide 40 took place on 5 May 1890; that slide is photographed from the front cover of The Graphic of Saturday 10 May 1890.
The E.G. Wood catalogues use the title Stanley's last African expedition and add two extra slides (portraits of Stanley and Emin) at the end.

Collections

30 slides known to exist in private collection

7 slides known to exist in private collection

Lucerna ID  3003038

Record created by Richard Crangle. Last updated 2 December 2016

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