The albums exhibited were produced by Percy Coriat, Ernest Emley and William Freer Hill between 1905 and 1935, and relate to periods spent in Sudan, Kenya, and Nigeria respectively. All three use photography as a tool to communicate and record the relationships between different cultures within a colonial context.
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|Pagan hunter (print enlargement) - William Freer Hill - Nigeria, 1905–1915|
|Album - William Freer Hill - Nigeria, 1905–1915|
|Album - E. D. Emley - Kenya, 1914–1948|
|Album - Percy Coriat - Sudan, 1928–1931|
Text and images courtesy of the Pitt Rivers Museum, Oxford