Two columns of printed negative strips with images from a Liberia Mining Company visit during Inaugural Ceremonies for the Liberian President. Image descriptions from top to bottom, left to right. Image 1: A group of soldiers standing on the platform of a train. A group of cars are parked on a road parallel to the train. The train has a striped front and Liberian flag hanging from the railing. Image 2: Picture is unfocused and unclear. Image 3 & 4: Various images of a mining quarry with dirt roads and piles of rock on all sides. A rocky cliff is exposed at the end of the quarry. Image 5: Mining industrialist Garland Farmer standing with an unidentified woman in front of a railcar. Farmer is wearing a suit and hat. They are both facing the camera and smiling. Image 6: A group of people walking between parked cars and a railcar. The cars are parked on a dirt road and people are walking further down the road. Image 7: A group of people walking and talking in front of two railcars. A man in uniform is walking out of one railcar. Striped cloth is hanging along the side of both cars. Image 8: President William Tubman speaking with Liberia Mining Company founder Lansdell Christie as Tubman walks toward a car. Tubman is smoking a cigar and holding a hat in his hand. Two men are holding the car doors open for Tubman.