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Protestant boys'secondary school in Toamasina, Madagascar

Placide Rasoanaivo Toamasina
Inauguration of the boys'secondary school of the Société des missions évangéliques de Paris (Paris evangelical missionary society) in Toamasina, Madagascar.; The school was named 'collège Thomas Bevan' in memory of one of the first missionaries who arrived in Tamatave in 1818.

Bara dancers, in Madagascar

Bara dancers in Madagascar.; Bara are a malagasy tribe, living in the south of Madagascar.

President Tsiranana attending at a service in a Church, in Madagascar

President Tsiranana attending at a service in a Church, in Madagascar.; Philibert Tsiranana was the first president of the malagasy republic, between 1959 and 1972.

Ricefield at harvest time, in Madagascar

Two men working in a ricefield, during the harvest time.

Water duty, in Madagascar

Water duty in a pond where cows are drinking. The women carry water in big jars.

[Landscape in Madagascar]

Landscape in Madagascar: lake amongst mountains.

Aerial view, in Madagascar

Aerial view of a village near a river, in Madagascar.

Road in the countryside, in Madagascar

Trees along a road, in the countryside of Madagascar.

Aerial view of ricefields, in Madagascar

Aerial view of ricefields, in Madagascar.

Landscape in Madagascar

Landscape in Madagascar.

Palm trees and huts in Madagascar

Palm trees and huts on the seaside, in Madagascar.

Landscape with ravinela, in Madagascar

Landscape with ravinela, in Madagascar.; Ravinala is a plant from Madagascar. It is also called 'Tree of the traveller', because of the water kept at the roots of its leaves which can be drunk.

Mode of transport in Mahajanga, Madagascar

Men pulling a cart where one or two people can sit, in Mahajanga.

Harbour in Mahajanga, Madagascar

Harbour in Mahajanga, Madagascar. Boats are moored in the harbour.

Silver palace, in Madagascar

On the right, the silver Palace, built in 1845 by Mr. Legros for the Queen Ranavalona I. This palace was used as a museum for the collections of palaeontology in which there are a dinosaur and a giant ostrich. On the left, the tomb of the Hova kings. The tomb is surmounted by a holy house where the objects of the deceased are gathered.; Photography published in the Journal des Missions, June 1956.

Leper-house of Manankavaly, in Madagascar

Woman standing in front of the leper-house of the Société des missions évangéliques de Paris (Paris evangelical missionary society) in Manankavaly, in Madagascar.

Lepers of Manankavaly, in Madagascar

Lepers in the mission station of the Société des missions évangéliques de Paris (Paris evangelical missionary society) in Manankavaly. The lepers are building the fence for the henhouse of the nurses.

Boarding girls'school in Manankavaly, Madagascar

Boarding girls'school of the Société des missions évangéliques de Paris (Paris evangelical missionary society), in Manankavaly. These girls are the daughters of lepers.

Day nursery in Manankavaly, Madagascar

Children and nurses in the day nursery of the Société des missions évangéliques de Paris (Paris evangelical missionary society), in Manankavaly.

Cultivation of the lepers, Manankavaly, Madagascar

Cultivation of the lepers, Manankavaly, Madagascar. There was an important leper-house, run by the Société des missions évangéliques de Paris (Paris evangelical missionary society), in Manankavaly.

School of Manankavaly, in Madagascar

School of the Société des missions évangéliques de Paris (Paris evangelical missionary society) in Manankavaly. The pupils wear a lamba, the traditional malagasy piece of clothes.; The SMEP run an important leper-house in Manankavaly.

Place where the feed-bottles are prepared, Manankavaly, Madagascar

House where the feed-bottles are prepared, in the leper-house of the Société des missions évangéliques de Paris (Paris evangelical missionary society) in Manankavaly.

Boarding school for children who have to be isolated from their leprous parents in Manankavaly, Madagascar

Children who have to be isolated from their leprous parents in Manankavaly. They are going out of their school. The Société des missions évangéliques de Paris (Paris evangelical missionary society) run an important leper-house in Manankavaly.

Nursery in Manankavaly, Madagascar

Nursery in the leper-house of the Société des missions évangéliques de Paris (Paris evangelical missionary society) in Manankavaly. Parents are visiting the nursery to see their children on sunday morning.; Photography published in Le Petit Messager, July 1926, p.110.

Village Morarano, in Madagascar

Animals in the village Morarano, near the leper house of the Société des missions évangéliques de Paris (Paris evangelical missionary society) in Manankavaly.

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