Hajnosz Family Archive
|collection||Hajnosz Family Archive|
|starring||Maria Gepner-Hajnosz; Alex|
|signature||PAFD 0008 005|
|source of funding||Ministry of Culture and National Heritage|
Maria Gepner Hajnosz, an architect, a lecturer at the Ahmadu Bello University in Zaria (Nigeria) (1975–1983). She took part in the Warsaw Uprising together with her mother, Stefania Gepner, and her brother, Bolesław. They worked in a kitchen. Bolesław died in the Uprising at the age of 13.
Shots from a moving car. A man walks along the side of the road and carries a pile of wood on his head. Maria’s car parked by the road (Mini Morris Moke). Shots of cultivated plants and orange flowers. Shots from a moving car. Next to Maria’s parked car, we can see Alex, Maria’s British friend and a university lecturer. Shots from a moving car. A man stands on the side of the road in a traditional outfit. A woman walks through farmland, carrying bags on her head. A grazing donkey and a cow. Local children gather around a huge baobab, behind which a yellow car is parked. Maria stands next to a backwater shore. A herd of white cows.
|keywords||Africa, Nigeria, Zaria, man, car, Mini Morris Moke, nature, car shots, farmland, donkey, cow, baobab, children|