Ref NoGEM/4/1/5/1/16
Extent18 black and white photographs, and 2 negatives
Creator NameGemini News Service; 1967-2002; news agency
DescriptionPhotographs from the Gemini Photograph Library related to Botswana.
GP259 Sharon Capeling-Alakija in the home of a resident of Benguela township in Luderitz. By Ruth Massey
GP262 Two men standing over a dead elephant. By E V Bernuth. Image sent to Gemini by correspondent
GP263 Aerial photograph of Gaborones, Botswana. Photo taken for African Development magazine, owned by GNS. (now called New Africa, not owned by GNS).
GP264 Lady Ruth Khama, First lady of Botswana
GP737 A young child holding a food bundle, part of Freedom from Hunger Campaign
GP738 An old man breaking in haf a melon. Story by John-Charles Ewing
GP739 Masire, Nyerere and Kaunda at the memorial service of the late President Sir Seretse Khama (1980)
GP740 Staff housing at Orapa Mine township
GP741 Aerial view of Orapa Mine plant
GP742 The De Beers dredger at work in the Boteti River
GP743 Members of the official party at the opening of the Orapa mine
GP744 Mr H F Oppenheimer presenting a pair of diamond cuff links to the President of Botswana
GP745 Stripping the surface of the Orapa diamond pipe
GP746 The general manager of Orapa, Mr J.O. Richards, welcomes guests to the official opening of the mine
GP747 Seretse Khama and a bull
GP748 Sir Seretse Khama exiting a plane for the Botswana Conference 1977
GP749 Sir Seretse Khama
GP750 The President of Botswana, Sir Seretse Khama, addressing guests and mine employees at the Orapa mine opening
GP751 The President of Botswana, Sir Seretse Khama, Mr H.F. Oppenheimer and Mrs Oppenheimer in the mining area
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