Mohamed J. Alimamy - laborer. I do not remember this man, however many times in my travels I was asked to take pictures of people. I had purchased an enlarger, and developing equipment from PCV Mark Davis (Sierra Leone 1967-69). Mark and his then wife Margaret had lived in Kenema where they both taught at the Holy Trinity Secondary School. We overlapped with them briefly (I think they left for home in September or October 1968). Marked had set up a dark room in his house and sold me his equipment. In what we called our store room I set up a dark room to process black and white negatives. I could purchase some photo chemicals in Kenema. This included paper. As a result, many times I would give 8x10 pictures to those who had let me photograph them. This may have been one of those folks. I do remember his name. I think he may have been a laborer.