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East Africa Cities and Towns
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Hardinge Street, 1950: Photographs below were taken on March 31, 1950, during a pageant to commemorate the birth of a city. The Duke of Gloucester proclaimed Nairobi a Charter City. This ceremony was followed by a parade depicting the history of the city. The photos of the parade were taken from the upper floor of Corner House, Hardinge Street
Crowd assembling outside Nairobi’s Town Hall for the charter ceremony.
Duke of Gloucester hands Charter to Mayor, raising Nairobi to status of a Charter City.
Float representing Sgt. Ellis, Nairobi’s first European resident.
Masai warriors marching in parade. Centre photo shows part of the procession, and the view down Hardinge Street. On right, is a photo of the Triumphal Arch on Delamere Avenue, with main Post Office on the right.
Delamere Avenue, 1951 Photographs probably taken on November 11, 1951, showing the twin War Memorials dedicated to the fallen members of the Carrier Corps and the King’s African Rifles. The monuments were in Delamere Avenue outside the Theatre Royal and near Cafe Vienna, nearly opposite the Standard Bank of South Africa. Torrs Hotel is on the corner, just down from the Cafe Vienna. (Photos: Gordon Mumford)
Left & centre: Decorations on Delamere Avenue to celebrate the Coronation,1952
Nairobi Cinema Government Road, 1961
Parliament Buildings, Nairobi
Sombrero Night Club in Nairobi, a well-known rendezvous in the 1960s & 1970s
Kenya Polytechnic on Whitehouse Road in 1961
Valley Road, Nairobi, 1963
Jamhuri Park, Nairobi, 1970
Town Hall, Nairobi, 1963
Nairobi – December 1963 and December 2004
Photos of Nairobi decorated for Independence Ceremonies (December 12, 1963).
Photos © Gavin Fuller, 2004
Two sides of a well-known landmark.
Nakuru Motor Racing, 1962
Nakuru, ready for uhuru, 1963
Photos supplied by Glen Smith
Photographs of Nairobi and other East African towns
taken about 1965 by Andy Potter
Bell Inn, Naivasha, 1965
Delamere Avenue, Nairobi
Jetty at Lake Hotel, Navaisha
MacMillan Memorial Library
Main Street, Nakuru
Motor Marts Garage
Nakuru Post Office
New Stanley Hotel, 1965
Thorn Tree at New Stanley
Soi Police Post
Tea Hotel, Kericho
View from the old Torr’s Hotel
View of Kimathi Street from Woolworths, 1965
Equator sign – This one is located on the main Nakuru to Eldoret road
See also Malcolm’s McCrow’s East African photos from 1952-1962
Kenya Coast: Mombasa & Malindi
Malindi (1956), Mosque, before all the dukas were built and when the beach was pristine circa 1956.
Mombasa (1957), from English Point on the Nyali side, when all the dhows arrived from Arabia and India.
Kilindini Road, Mombasa