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Image of the grave of Thomas Baines (1822-1875) who was an apparent influence to Edward C. Tabler’s research.
A self-portrait by Thomas Baines (oil painting). Portrait was presented by William Fehr in Cape Town, South Africa in June 1957.
A portrait of Thomas Baines which was presented by Killie Campbell in Durban, South Africa on August 6, 1957.
A portrait of Dr. Robert Moffatt painted by William Scott.
A portrait of Fredrick Hugh Barber. His work assisted Edward C. Tabler with research.
A portrait of Captain James Dawson, obtained from Marsh, South African Portrait Gallery.
A watercolor painting by Thomas Baines of an elephant killing. Obtained from the Transvaal Museum, Pretoria, South Africa.
A medal presentation to Edward C. Tabler by the Rhodesia Pioneers’ and Early Settlers’ Society, at Bulawayo, Zimbabwe, Africa.
Inscriptions on a baobab tree located at Gootsa Pan, Africa.
Image of a large baobab tree located at Gootsa Pan, Africa.
The crumbling headgear of Monarch Mine. Said by many to be the oldest mine in the Tati district, Botswana, Africa.
Edward C. Tabler in a vehicle, preparing to depart Stokestown, Zimbabwe, Africa.