21 results found for: subject:"Cameroon--Photographs"

Gallery view

1920

Campo, type of Iahouin race

Cameroon - Half-length portrait of African man outdoors in Campo, Cameroon.

W. E. B. Du Bois Papers

1920

Yaoundi, members of the S.P.C.A.

Cameroon - Group of unidentified African men who are members of S.P.C.A., some with rifles, outdoors, most likely in Yaoundé, Cameroon.

W. E. B. Du Bois Papers

1920

Native porters on their way to Bare

Cameroon - Group of unidentified African men walking through the countryside carrying bags and other items in Bare, Cameroon.

W. E. B. Du Bois Papers

1920

Fumban, type of woman, race known as Haoussas

Cameroon - Group of four unidentified African women outdoors dressed in traditional robes in Fumban, Cameroon.

W. E. B. Du Bois Papers

1964

A political rally in Sangmelima

Sangmelima (Cameroon) - View of representatives of the Union Camerounaise at table, with voters. Credit United Nations.

Africa America Institute Records

1979

Redenius, Carolyn H. W.

World trade and communications as crucial links in the development chain General view of an outdoor market in the village of Ebougsi

Ebougsi (Cameroon) - If the poorer countries of the world are to earn the money they need to improve the lives of their people significantly, they must find markets not just for their raw materials but for manufactured goods as well. Adequate systems of transport and communications are therefore vital, not just for the movement of goods but also of people. Tourism has in fact become a key f... more

Africa America Institute Records

1920

Entrance to the village, Fumban, Cameroon

Cameroon - Group of unidentified women and boys carrying water past the entrance of the village of Fumban in Cameroon.

W. E. B. Du Bois Papers

1975

Lynn, Nicholas

New open markets

Yaounde (Cameroon) - Credit Nicholas Lynn -- Photo Trends.

Africa America Institute Records

1981

Andrews, Ivan Albert

The eradication of tsetse flies in N'gaoundere will ensure a disease-free environment and open 800,000 hectares of good potential pasture land for livestock development

Cameroon - Image of man spraying insecticide on trees. In March 1974 and April 1980 the World Bank Group approved a loan and credit respectively to the Republic of Cameroon to help finance a livestock development project. Credit World Bank Photo by Ivan Albert Andrews.

Africa America Institute Records

1975

Lynn, Nicholas

Port of Douala from Wouri River Bridge

Douala (Cameroon) - Credit Nicholas Lynn -- Photo Trends.

Africa America Institute Records