"There ain't nothing like a Dame!" The men's chorus line at the Chila Yacht Club's Commodores Ball with Mark Lloyd to the fore and Ian Mackinson belting it out on the left.
The Bunny Girls in 2014. Northern Rhodesia Zambia Reunion at Salisbury Racecourse. Photo Amanda Parkyn.
Marshall Avenue, Abercorn with Kellet's Butchery on the left, Westwood's Store centre and The Lake Press on the extreme right.
Courtesy Amanda Parkyn
The FIRST Pan Abercorn Archaeological Congress. A take off of the real Archaeologists who descended on Abercorn with the Fifth Pan Africa Archaeological Congress in 1955. Lest Sheelagh Carlin right Edna Nash.
The Gamwell sisters discuss development plans with Paramount Chief Tafuna and Magnus Halcrow of the Industrial Development Board.
Armistice Day at the War Memorial shortly after the battle to keep its central position had been won.
Amanda holds forth at the Chila Yacht club's first and only regatta on Lake Tanganyika. It was very hot, the wind was light and the babies were parked under the tree in the shade.
Mrs Mary Richards pressing flowers for the herbarium at the IRLCS Head Quarters in Abercrn. she was an indomitable plant collector and donated thousands of specimens to Kew Gardens in London.