D. Newbold
Introduction
Douglas Newbold
Arrangement

Catalogue
1. War Service
2. Archaeological Material
3. Articles, Lectures
4. Memorials to D. Newbold
5. Newspaper Cuttings
6. Photographic Material
7. Museum Objects
(i) Pottery and earthenware
(ii) Wooden carvings and gourds
(iii) Weapons
(iv) Leatherwork
(v) Metalwork
(vi) Beadwork
(vii) Paintings and Drawings
8. Printed material
Reference code: GB-0033-SAD
Title: D. Newbold
Dates of creation: 1913-1966
Extent: 7 boxes
Held by: Durham University Library, Archives and Special Collections
Created by: Newbold, Douglas, 1894-1945
Language: English

Douglas Newbold

(1894-1945)

1914-1918War Commission in Dorset Yeomanry and Cavalry Machine Gun Corps
1920-1945Sudan Political Service
1920-1923Assistant District Commissioner, Kordofan Province
1924-1925Deputy Assistant Civil Secretary (Administration)
1926-1928Assistant District Commissioner, Red Sea Province
1929District Commisioner, Nomad (Beja) Administration
1930-1932District Commisioner (Deputy Governor, Beja), Kassala Province
1933-1938Governor, Kordofan Province
1938-1939Deputy Civil Secretary
1939-1945Civil Secretary
1945 Mar 23Died in service


Arrangement

1. War Service
2. Archaeological Material
3. Articles, Lectures
4. Memorials to D. Newbold
5. Newspaper Cuttings
6. Photographic Material
7. Museum Objects
8. Printed Material

Accession details

Presented by Sir Gawain Bell, 1970 and Miss Anthea Terry, 1978

Catalogue
1. War Service
SAD.577/1/1-410
1915 Oct 16 - 1918 Jul 28
Douglas Newbold's diary of war service as a Lieutenant with the 1/1 Queen's Own Dorset Yeomanry and the 17th Machine Gun Squadron in Lemnos, the Libyan desert, Upper Egypt, Sinai, and Palestine. Describing: timeline of Newbold's war service, detailing briefly, with dates, major events he was involved in including battles, skirmishes, marches, expeditions, injuries and recovery (SAD.577/1/3); journey by sea from Devonport to Valetta, Malta and on to Lemnos, Greece (SAD.577/1/5v); arrival at Mudros, Lemnos Island and exploration of island (SAD.577/1/17); journey by sea from Mudros to Alexandria and experience of a military camp at Mena, near Giza (SAD.577/1/26); journey by sea from Giza to Mersa Matruh and description of the battle of Jebel Madwa (SAD.517/1/52,54,61); aftermath of the battle of Jebel Madwa and patrols to try and round up or kill defeated enemy troops (SAD.517/1/61,69); weapons training and descriptions of mission to clear old Mersa Matruh and Rakhoum of enemy troops (SAD.577/1/69v); observations on the the ornithology of Mersa Matruh (SAD.577/1/70); visit to mosque and theft of holy flag and military patrols (SAD.577/1/73); military patrols and air reconnaissance (SAD.577/1/81); description of march from Mersa Matruh to Bir Shola including a list of forces involved (SAD.577/1/81v, 86); the battle of Bir Shola (or Halazin) (SAD.577/1/86v-88v,91-91a); march back to Mersa Matruh after the battle of Bir Shola (SAD.577/1/94); reorganisation of British forces, 5 days leave for Newbold in Alexandria and return journey by sea (SAD.577/1/94v,100); march east along the coast from Mersa Matruh and forces involved (SAD.577/1/100v); the battle of Agagia and aftermath (SAD.577/107,112); regimental rest and refit and march to Shamaas and Wadi Maktil (SAD.577/1/112v); march to Alim Tajid and Sollum and march back to Alexandria via Jerawalah, El Bagush, Bir Ihtafia and Dabaa and subsequent rest and refit of the Dorset Yeomanry (SAD.577/1/126,149); journey by boat to Deirut and five months garrison duty (SAD.577/1/165); journey by train to Shaluf and the Suez canal and time spent in military camp around this area (SAD.577/1/180); 3 day Bir El Giddi expedition, march to Esh Shatt and training (SAD.577/1/184); expedition to Nekhl and return to Esh Shatt and journey to the Palestinian frontline at Rafa by train, ferry and marching (SAD.577/1/198); journey by train to Kantara and back to Rafa for supplies, patrol across the Palestinian frontier and march to Gaza (SAD.577/1/230); forces involved in the First Battle of Gaza and plan of attack (SAD.577/1/230v); the First Battle of Gaza and preparation for the second (SAD.577/1/235,253); the Second Battle of Gaza (SAD.577/1/253v,264); beginning of trench warfare, reconaissance and night missions and marches between poistions on the British frontline including Marakeb, Fukhari, Wadi Ghuzze and Shellal (SAD.577/1/264,277); rest period in Marakeb, patrol on the Rafa/Shellal railway, visit by Newbold to rest camp at El Arish and return by truck and train, and military training (SAD.577/1/277); reconnaissance missions across the British frontlines (SAD.577/1/290); the battle of Jebel Iwail el Semen (SAD.577/1/290v,292-293); rest period in Marakeb and preparations for Allenby's Jerusalem offensive (SAD.577/1/293); list of forces involved in Allenby's Jerusalem offensive (SAD.577/1/294); attacks by British forces on Beersheba, Kauwukah, Khuweilfeh and Tel el Sheria, occupation of Gaza and pursuit of retreating Turkish forces to Jerusalem (SAD.577/1/298,310); fighting at El Mughar including charge by the Berkshire and Dorset Yeomanry, march to Aqir and fighting and charge by the Berkshire and Dorset Yeomanry at Abu Shusheh (SAD.577/1/310); march from Ramleh towards Jerusalem, the first and second battles of Foka during which Newbold was wounded by a bullet in the leg and subsequent journey to Alexandria General Hospital via Beit Hanoun, El Arish and Kantara (SAD.577/1/316); list of casulaties and decorations for the 6th Mounted Brigade in the month ending 29 November 1917 (SAD.577/1/326); Newbold's convalescence at hospital in Bulkely, visit to Aswan, Thebes, Karnak and Luxor and journey to rejoin unit across Sinai (SAD.577/1/372); re-organisation of entire Egyptian Expeditionary Force and march to Jericho (SAD.577/1/372v,392); second Trans-Jordan offensive (SAD.577/1/392v,399); air raids by Turkish planes, Newbold's visit to the Red Sea, the monastry of St John the Baptist and Jericho, and military patrols (SAD.577/1/399v,409); Newbold's onset of peripheral neuritis and paralysis and subsequent journey to Alexandria for treatment via Jeruslaem, Ludd, Gaza and Kantana (SAD.577/1/409v); journey by ship and across mainland France via Marseilles and Le Havre to Southampton and later to Roehampton to convalesce, return to fitness on armstice day and demobilisation afterward (SAD.577/1/410); and including maps, some of which are hand drawn, as well as photographs of people and events described within the diary as follows:
SAD.577/1/2
1917 Aug
Photograph of the officers of the 17th Machine Gun Squadron, Palestine. Standing, from left to right: Lieutenant G. M. King, Berkshire Yeomanry; Lieutenant J. F. Thom M.C., Fife & Forfar Yeomanry, later killed in action; Lieutenant C. V. Coster M.C., West Kent Yeomanry, later killed in action; Lieutenant C. F. G. Noel, East Kent Yeomanry; Lieutenant H. G. Williams M.C. and Bar, Montgomery Yeomanry. Seated, from left to right: Lieutenant L. del Monte, Herts Yeomanry; Major R. C. W. Burn, Sussex Yeomanry; Captain H. Crosland, Berkshire Yeomanry; Lieutenant D. Newbold, Dorset Yeomanry. Listed but not pictured: Capt. J. A. Patron, killed in action; Lieut. Wakefield, killed in action; 2nd Lieut W. F. R Harries
SAD.577/1/4
1915 Oct 16 - 1918 Jul 28
Hand drawn scale map of Northern Egypt, the Red Sea, Sinai and Palestine. Includes locations of oases and battles, as well as outlines of marches and caravan tracks.
scale:   3 cm to 100 miles
SAD.577/1/6
1915 Oct
Hand drawn map of Valetta, Malta and the surrounding area including the Grand Harbour, Marsamuscelto Harbour, Sliema, Zabbar, and Paula
scale:   2 inches to 1 mile
SAD.577/1/6v
1915 Oct
Hand drawn map of the islands of Malta, Goza and Comino showing cities, towns and villages
scale:   1 inch to 3 miles
SAD.577/1/8
1915 Oct
Photograph of the entrance to Malta harbour
SAD.577/1/9
1915 Oct
Photograph of the S.M.S.Derflinger, a German battle cruiser, near Alexandria
SAD.577/1/10
1915 Oct
Photograph of public buildings on Malta Island
SAD.577/1/11
1915 Oct
Photograph of ships in Malta harbour
SAD.577/1/12
1915 Oct
Photograph of the S.S. River Clyde transporting infantry battalions from H. M. T. Huntsgreen to Surla
SAD.577/1/13
1915 Oct
Photograph of a ship, possibly the S.S. River Clyde transporting infantry battalions from H. M. T. Huntsgreen to Surla
SAD.577/1/14
1915 Oct
Photograph of troops disembarking on the north pier, Mudros West
SAD.577/1/15
1915 Oct
Photograph of Tamplin and Woollaston supervising the loading of officers' kits onto a horse-drawn cart, Mudros
SAD.577/1/16
1915 Oct
Photograph of the dismantling of the Yeomanry reinforcement camp, Mudros
SAD.577/1/18
1915 Oct
Navigational chart of the island of Lemnos
No scale
Size: 37 x 61 cm
SAD.577/1/19
1915 Nov
Photograph of Woollaston supervising the loading of officers' kits onto a horse-drawn cart, Mudros
SAD.577/1/20
1915 Nov
Photograph of H.M.S. Hannibal, an obsolete battleship, in Mudros harbour
SAD.577/1/21
1915 Nov
Photograph of a Greek hawker at an Allied military camp, Mudros
SAD.577/1/22
1915 Nov
Photograph showing a long distance view of Lord Kitchener reviewing troops on the plain, Mudros
SAD.577/1/23
1915 Dec
Photograph of Dorset Yeomanry orderly tents in a military camp at Mena, near the pyramids of Giza
SAD.577/1/24
1915 Dec
Photograph of Dorset Yeomanry troops lining up on pay day at a military camp at Mena, near the pyramids of Giza
SAD.577/1/25
1915 Dec
Photograph of men on camelback at a military camp at Mena, near the pyramids of Giza
SAD.577/1/28,30
1915 Dec
Photograph of the Sphinx, Giza
SAD.577/1/29
1915 Dec
Photograph of a camel, Giza
SAD.577/1/31
1915 Dec
Photograph of the pyramid of Cheops, also known as the great pyramid, Giza
SAD.577/1/32
1915 Dec
Photograph of Arab guides and British officers at the pyramids, Giza
SAD.577/1/33
1915 Dec
Photograph of the desert west of Mena, Giza
SAD.577/1/34
1915 Dec
Photograph of caves on the road to Giza from the top of the pyramid of Cheops, Giza
SAD.577/1/35
1915 Dec
Photograph of hieroglyphic inscriptions on a rock face near Giza
SAD.577/1/36
1915 Dec
Photograph of a military camp at Mena from the top of the pyramid of Cheops, Giza
SAD.577/1/37
1915 Dec
Photograph of a step pyramid, Saqqara
SAD.577/1/38
1915 Dec
Photograph of Arab guide with a camel, possibly Saqqara
SAD.577/1/39
1915 Dec
Photograph of Arab dragoman, possibly Saqqara
SAD.577/1/40
1915 Dec
Photograph of Dorset Yeomanry I. C. C. contingent leaving Mena camp, near Giza
SAD.577/1/41
1915 Dec
Photograph of remains of a statue featuring a boy on a lion, Saqqara
SAD.577/1/42
1915 Dec
Photograph of the Pyramid of Cheops, also known as the great pyramid, Giza
SAD.577/1/43
1915 Dec
Photograph of a camel, Giza
SAD.577/1/44
1915 Dec
Photograph of a military camp at Mena, near the pyramids of Giza
SAD.577/1/45
1915 Dec
Photograph of three British officers at the temple of Chephren, Giza, including Yeatman (left) and Woollaston (right)
SAD.577/1/46
1915 Dec
Slightly larger version of SAD.577/1/39
SAD.577/1/48
1915 Dec
Photograph of the gate of the citadel and the Muhammad 'Ali mosque, Cairo
SAD.577/1/49
1915 Dec
Photograph of camels tethered at the tramway terminus at Mena, near Giza
SAD.577/1/50
1915 Dec
Photograph of troop reinforcements marching off from a military camp at Mena, near the pyramids of Giza, to the western frontier, with Lieutenant D. Newbold and a machine gun section making up the rear
SAD.577/1/51
1915 Dec
Map of Northern Egypt with areas of battles highligted
scale:   1 inch to 80 miles
Size: 13 x 14 cm
SAD.577/1/53
1915 Dec
Map showing the area of Sanusiyyah activity covering Egypt, Libya, and the Sudan
scale:   1 1/4 inch to 500 miles
Size: 14 x 14.5 cm
SAD.577/1/53v
1915 Dec
Hand drawn map illustrating the battle of Jebel Medwa
scale:   1 to 125,000
SAD.577/1/56
1915 Dec
Newspaper photograph of the Royal Bucks Hussars. From left to right: Lieutenant Wilson; Major Reeves?, Dorset Yeomanry; Captain Levison; Lieutenant Russell; Captain Neil Primrose; Lieutenant Colonel Grenfell; Lieutenant Bulteel; Lieutenant Perkins?
SAD.577/1/57
1915 Dec
Photograph of a limestone outcrop and scrub at a Western Frontier Force camp in the Libyan desert
SAD.577/1/58
1915 Dec
Photograph of horses grazing at a Western Frontier Force camp in the Libyan desert
SAD.577/1/59
1915 Dec
Photograph of a Western Frontier Force camp in the Libyan desert
SAD.577/1/60
1915 Dec
Photograph of camels and horses on loam soil at a Western Frontier Force camp in the Libyan desert
SAD.577/1/63
1915 Dec
Photograph of a Western Frontier Force camp looking north over the lagoon, with the coastguard fort in the background, Mersa Matruh
SAD.577/1/64
1915 Dec
Photograph of a Western Frontier Force camp looking south towards the perimeter, Mersa Matruh
SAD.577/1/65
1915 Dec
Newspaper photograph of a Beduin girl
SAD.577/1/66
1915 Dec
Newspaper photograph of a Beduin shaykh
SAD.577/1/67
1915 Dec
Newspaper photograph of Beduin girl and boy with basket
SAD.577/1/68
1915 Dec
Newspaper photograph of girl from the Samelus tribe
SAD.577/1/71
1915 Dec
Photograph of the village of Umm Rakhum, near Mersa Matruh, with a group of Dorset Yeomanry officers on the right
SAD.577/1/72
1915 Dec
Drawing of cave used by the Sanusiyyah military forces taken from the sketch of an officer who took part in the fighting to capture the cave
SAD.577/1/75
1916
Newspaper photograph of the interior of an ancient tomb
SAD.577/1/76-77
1916
Newspaper clipping describing propaganda written by the German military aimed at the Sanusi
SAD.577/1/78
1916
Newspaper photograph of a steam pump in use by British troops in the desert
SAD.577/1/79
1916
Newspaper photograph of Beduin women using a loom to make tent cloth from camel hair
SAD.577/1/80
1916
Newspaper photograph of Beduins captured during fighting
SAD.577/1/83
1916
Newspaper photograph of Lieutenant Colonel Grenfell, Captain Neil Primrose and Pluto (a dog)
SAD.577/1/84
1916
Newspaper photograph of naval armoured cars at Mersa Matruh
SAD.577/1/85
1916
Newspaper photographs taken on the Khedival road from El Dabaa to As Sallum of British armoured cars passing a Camel Corps and camel transport leaving for the front
SAD.577/1/89
1916 Jan
Hand drawn map of the battle of Halazin at 2 p.m.
SAD.577/1/90
1916 Jan
Artist's impression of the battle of Bir Shola
SAD.577/1/92
1916 Jan
Artist's impression of troops trying to find the divisional supply train
SAD.577/1/93
1916 April 15
Newspaper photograph showing a military camp during the expedition against tribesmen under Nuri Bey
SAD.577/1/96
1916 Feb
Newspaper photographs of the 2nd Mounted Brigade on the march and at camp
SAD.577/1/97
1916 Feb
Newspaper photographs of Beduin tent and camel, and Beduins cooking
SAD.577/1/98
1916 Feb
Photograph of Ryan shaving at a Western Frontier Force camp, with a section of the Hong Kong battery in the background, Mersa Matruh
SAD.577/1/99
1916 Feb
Photograph of soldiers of the 4th South African Infantry Corps, Transvaal Scottish Regiment, Mersa Matruh
SAD.577/1/101
1916 Feb
Hand drawn map of route taken by British forces along the coast east of Mersa Matruh including positions of battles
SAD.577/1/102
1916 Feb
Newspaper photograph of Brigadier-General H. T. Lukin, commander of the British forces on their march from Mersa Matruh to Sollum
SAD.577/1/103
1916 Feb
Photograph of a section of a Western Frontier Force regiment's camel transport, Mersa Matruh
SAD.577/1/104
1916 Feb
Photograph of Western Frontier Force camp at Wadi Maktil, an hour before shelling by Sanusiyyah forces. Featuring Lieutenant D. Newbold with a group of Dorset Yeomany officers in the foreground and a South African regiment in the background on the left
SAD.577/1/105
1916 Feb
Photograph of Western Frontier Force camp at Wadi Maktil, before shelling by Sanusiyyah forces
SAD.577/1/106
1916 Feb
Newspaper photograph of Elvani with a goat suckling a gazelle
SAD.577/1/108
1916 Feb
Hand drawn map of the battle of Agagia
scale:   1 inch to 1/2 mile
SAD.577/1/109
1916 Feb
Newspaper clipping of a description of the battle of Agagia by Colonel Souter
SAD.577/1/110
1916 Feb
Newspaper photograph of Dorset Yeomanry leading their horses back to camp after the battle of Agagia
SAD.577/1/111
1916 Feb
Newspaper photograph of the surrendered Gaafer Pasha at the Western Frontier Force headquarters with extract from “Senussi Who's Who”
SAD.577/1/114
1916 Feb
Photograph of coastguard station occupied by Sanussiyah forces before being retaken by the British, El Barrani
SAD.577/1/115
1916 Feb
Photograph of Western Frontier Force biplanes at El Barrani military camp
SAD.577/1/116
1916 Feb
Photograph of Berkshire Yeomanry officers entering a Western Frontier Force camp on horseback, El Barrani
SAD.577/1/117
1916 Feb
Photograph of landing stores at a Western Frontier Force camp, El Barrani
SAD.577/1/118
1916 Feb
Photograph of Lieutenant D. Newbold at a Western Frontier Force camp, El Barrani
SAD.577/1/119,121
1916 Feb
Photograph of a cairn marking the graves of Dorset Yeomanry officers and men killed at the battle of Agagia
SAD.577/1/120
1916 Feb
Photograph of Captain Dammers with animals of ‘A’ squadron, Dorset Yeomanry, Agagia
SAD.577/1/122
1916 Feb
Newspaper photograph of camels carrying wounded soldiers
SAD.577/1/123
1916 Feb
Newspaper photograghs of Gaafer Pasha on his way by foot and by boat to a British warship for conveyance to Alexandria
SAD.577/1/124
1916 Feb
Newspaper photograph of the Bay of Sollum
SAD.577/1/125
1916 Feb
Newspaper photopraph of Sanussiyah prisoners with General Peyton seated in the background, Sollum
SAD.577/1/127
1916 Mar 14
Newspaper photograph of the fort at Sollum
SAD.577/1/128
1916 Mar
Newspaper photograph of some of the survivors of theTara. Left to right, back row: C. W. Birkby, Wireless Operator; G.W. Manning, Clerk; Mr Richardson, Engineer. Front row: Mr Colstead, First Mate; Lieutenant E. B. Tanner, R. N. R.; Capatin Rupert S. Gwatkin-Williams, R.N.; Dr Tanner. Alongside this photo is a hand written timeline of the events faced by the Tara prisoners as well as a hand drawn map of the route they took.
SAD.577/1/130
1916 Mar
Newspaper photograph of the well-chamber of Bir Haschm-El-Aisch as seen from below
SAD.577/1/131
1916 Mar 16
Photograph of Western Frontier Force animals watering among sand dunes on the Egyptian coast, El Bagush
SAD.577/1/132
1916 Mar 16
Photograph of Western Frontier Force animals watering near a dam on the Egyptian coast, Jerawalah
SAD.577/1/133
1916 Mar
Newspaper photograph of tribesman kneeling in front of tent
SAD.577/1/134
1916 Mar
Newspaper photograph of tribesmen reaping by hand
SAD.577/1/135
1916 Mar
Newspaper photograph of a desert plant
SAD.577/1/136-137
1916 Mar
Photograph of camels watering at a Western Frontier Force camp, El Hammam
SAD.577/1/138
1916 Mar
Photograph of tanks of water transported to a Western Frontier Force camp on the Khedival railway, El Hammam
SAD.577/1/139
1916 Mar
Photograph of horses feeding in front of a railway track at a Western Frontier Force camp, El Hammam
SAD.577/1/141
1916 Mar
Photograph of burning Beduin tents near a Western Frontier Force camp, El Barrani
SAD.577/1/142
1916 Mar
Photograph of horses watering at a Western Frontier Force camp, El Hammam
SAD.577/1/143
1916 Mar
Photograph of Ryan at a Western Frontier Force camp, later killed at the Baharia oasis in Spring 1916, Egypt
SAD.577/1/144
1916 Mar
Photograph of Western Frontier Force camels watering at Bir Augherin, with Captain G. M. Dammers sitting in the foreground, Egypt
SAD.577/1/145
1916 Mar
Newspaper photograph of Major-General A. Wallace, who commanded the Western Frontier Force
SAD.577/1/146
1916 Mar
Photograph of Ryan at a Western Frontier Force camp, later killed at the Baharia oasis in Spring 1916, Egypt
SAD.577/1/147
1916 Mar
Photograph of Western Frontier Force horses on Rakhum hill, leading towards Mersa Matruh
SAD.577/1/148
1916 Mar
Photograph of Western Frontier Force officers at a military camp, possibly Mersa Matruh. From left to right: Bryson, Tamplin, Lieutenant D. Newbold, Captain G. M. Dammers, Ryan, Robertson
SAD.577/1/150
1916 Apr
Photograph of Tamplin competing in mounted sports for military personnel at Alexandria race course
SAD.577/1/151
1916 Apr
Photograph of Bryson competing on Major Gooden's mare in mounted sports for military personnel at Alexandria race course
SAD.577/1/152
1916 Apr
Photograph of Lieutenant D. Newbold competing on Paulet's mare in mounted sports for military personnel at Alexandria race course
SAD.577/1/153
1916 Apr
Photograph of Dorset Yeomanry horses watering in troughs near Alexandria
SAD.577/1/155
1916 Apr
Photograph of a shaduf, Alexandria
SAD.577/1/156
1916 Apr
Photograph of cow watering, Alexandria
SAD.577/1/157
1916 Apr
Photograph of felucca, Alexandria
SAD.577/1/158
1916 Apr
Photograph of date palm trees, Alexandria
SAD.577/1/159
1916 Apr
Photograph of palm trees near Alexandria
SAD.577/1/160
1916 Apr
Photograph of people in a suq near Alexandria
SAD.577/1/161
1916 Apr
Photograph of women and children in a village near Alexandria
SAD.577/1/162
1916 Apr
Photograph of view of the Nile near Alexandria
SAD.577/1/163
1916 Apr
Newspaper photograph of camels being led along the Dabaa railway line alongisde a hand drawn map of the Sollum to Alexandria coast
SAD.577/1/164
1916 May
Coloured map of Egypt
scale:   1: 2,914,560
Size: 35 x 26 cm
SAD.167/1/167
1916 May - Oct
Photograph of Lieutenant Royle with three ‘B’ sqaudron men on camelback in front of the Muharraz monastery in Upper Egypt, near Deirut
SAD.577/1/168
1916 May - Oct
Newspaper photograph of the abbot and priests of the Coptic monastery, Fayum
SAD.577/1/169
1916 May - Oct
Newspaper photograph of a camel caravan, Moghara
SAD.577/1/170
1916 May - Oct
Newspaper photograph of the mud brick buildings of the Siwa oasis with hand written notes on the Siwa oasis, detailing the towns, the population, the villages, the roads, water, cultivation, ethnology, religion and health
SAD.577/1/172
1916 May - 1916 Oct
Newspaper photograph of the Bahr Yusef canal
SAD.577/1/173
1916 May - Oct
Newspaper photograph of a low cloth tent with Beduin and two German archaeologists on the left
SAD.577/1/174
1916 May - Oct
Newspaper photgraph of camels drawing a cable laying chariot
SAD.577/1/175
1916 May - Oct
Photograph of a camel transport company carrying twelve-gallon water containers in the Sinai desert
SAD.577/1/176
1916 May - Oct
Photograph of a camel transport company in the Sinai desert
SAD.577/1/177
1916 May - Oct
Newspaper photograph of a rock well-chamber in the desert
SAD.577/1/178
1916 May - Oct
Newspaper photograph of a local tracker attached to the British forces in Egypt
SAD.577/1/179
1916 Oct
Map of the Sinai penisula highlighting the advance of Turkish forces in February 1915
2 inches to 30 miles
Size: 30 x 40cm
SAD.577/1/181
1916 Oct
Map of Port Tawfiq
scale:   1: 25,000
Size: 10 x 7 cm
SAD.577/1/182
1916 Oct
Map of Suez
scale:   1: 25,000
Size: 13.5 x 7 cm
SAD.577/1/183
1916 Dec
Map of Bir El Giddi expedition showing a portion of Sinai including Little Bitter lake and the Suez canal, annotated by D.Newbold, marking battles, roads, railways, geography and natural features
scale:   1:100,000
Size: 42.5 x 59 cm
SAD.577/1/186-187,189
1916 Oct - 1917 Feb
Photograph of the holy carpet, the kiswah, and Egyptian Army escort passing through Suez en route to Mecca
SAD.577/1/188
1916 Oct - 1917 Feb
Photograph of Egyptian Army escort following the holy carpet, the kiswah, past the Eastern Telegraph Company building and through Suez, en route to Mecca
SAD.577/1/190-191
1916 Oct - 1917 Feb
Photograph of Turkish prisoners of war, taken in the Hijaz by Arab forces, landing at a military camp at Esh Shatt, escorted by the Bedfordshire Regiment
SAD.577/1/193
1916 Oct - 1917 Feb
Photograph of three officers standing in front of the Berkshire Regiment headquarters, constructed from sandbags, at Moses wells, Esh Shatt
SAD.577/1/194
1916 Oct - 1917 Feb
Photograph of horses watering at Bir Mabeuik in the desert east of Suez
SAD.577/1/195
1916 Oct - 1917 Feb
Photograph of military light railway running from Esh Shatt to the quarantine station on the east side of the Suez bay
SAD.577/1/196
1916 Oct - 1917 Feb
Photograph of a government office bombed by a Turkish aircraft in December 1916, Port Tawfiq
SAD.577/1/197
1917 Feb
Map of Suez bay showing the first 40 miles of march to Nekhl by British forces
scale:   1:100,000
Size: 42 x 54 cm
SAD.577/1/200
1917 Feb
Map showing Nikhl and the last stages of a march by British forces
scale:   1:125,000
Size: 18 x 40 cm
SAD.577/1/201
1917 Mar 22
Photograph of 6th Mounted Brigade crossing the Palestine frontier near Rafah
SAD.577/1/202
1917 Mar
Newspaper photograph of Yeomanry encamped at El Arish
SAD.577/1/203
1917 Mar
Newspaper photographs showing mounted soldiers marching in southern Palestine; British aeroplanes at El Arish; camels watering at Romani; a camel train; stores being unloaded onto shore from a warship
SAD.577/1/204
1917 Mar
Newspaper photograph of troops on board a transport train with tents and shelters alongside the tracks
SAD.577/1/205-206
1917 Mar
Newspaper photograph of a British military railway track in the desert
SAD.577/1/208
1917 Mar
Photograph of wrestling on horseback at a military camp on the Palestine frontier, El Arish
SAD.577/1/209
1917 Mar
Photograph of tug of war at a military camp on the Palestine frontier, El Arish
SAD.577/1/210
1917 Mar
Photograph of inhabitants of El Arish discussing the occupation of the town by British forces
SAD.577/1/211
1917 Mar
Photograph of El Arish, also known as the ancient town of Rhinocolura
SAD.577/1/212
1917 Mar
Photograph of soldiers and horses bathing in the sea near El Arish
SAD.577/1/213
1917 Mar
Photograph of British military railway under construction through date groves, El Arish
SAD.577/1/214
1917 Mar
Photograph of Wadi el Arish
SAD.577/1/215
1917 Mar
Photograph of British military railway under construction through date groves, El Arish
SAD.577/1/216
1917 Mar
Newspaper photograph of Beduin resting and smoking a reed pipe during crop picking
SAD.577/1/217
1917 Mar
Newspaper photograph of the entrance to a wadi at El Arish with a shipwrecked trawler in the background
SAD.577/1/218
1917 Mar
Newspaper photograph of a German signpost in the desert, Egypt
SAD.577/1/219
1917 Mar
Newspaper photograph of soldiers pushing cars up sand dunes in the desert
SAD.577/1/220
1917 Mar
Newspaper photograph of a hopsital train crossing the desert
SAD.577/1/221
1917 Mar
Photograph of Dorset Yeoman on horseback with two Turkish prisoners, El Arish
SAD.577/1/222
1917 Mar
Newspaper photograph of Indian artillery troops and camels on the Palestine border, Egypt
SAD.577/1/223
1917 Mar
Photograph of Wadi el Arish
SAD.577/1/225
1917 Mar
Newspaper photograph of a military camp and ferry near Ismalia
SAD.577/1/226
1917 Mar
Newspaper photograph of boundary pillar at Rafa, northern Palestine frontier
SAD.577/1/227
1917 Mar
Newspaper photograph of the town of El Arish, also known as the ancient town of Rhinocolura
SAD.577/1/228
1917 Mar
Photograph of El Arish, also known as the ancient town of Rhinocolura
SAD.577/1/229
1917 Mar
Photograph of a domed building, possibly a mosque, in El Arish
SAD.577/1/232
1917 Mar
Newspaper article about the first and second Battles of Gaza including excerpts from the dispatch written by General Sir Archibald Murray, late G.O.C., Egyptian Expeditionary Force
SAD.577/1/233
1917 Mar
Map of Gaza and surrounding area with hand drawn markings and annotations relating to the fighting around the area with newspaper photograph of a covered wagon which was used to transport the captured Turkish General Musa Kiasim Pasha
scale:   1 inch to 1 mile
Size: 28.5 x 36.5 cm
SAD.577/1/237
1917 Mar
Newspaper photograph of the city of Gaza
SAD.577/1/238
1917 Mar
Map of the Sinai-Palestine border
scale:   1 inch to 20 miles
Size: 12.5 x 6.5 cm
SAD.577/1/239
1917 Mar
Photograph of horses grazing in a field of barley during a halt by Allied forces, near Jemmi
SAD.577/1/240
1917 Mar
Photograph of officers resting during a halt for lunch at Khor Reseim, before the 1st battle of Gaza
SAD.577/1/241
1917 Mar
Newspaper photograph of a marching column of New Zealand Mounted Rifles in the desert
SAD.577/1/242
1917 Mar 26
Newspaper photograph of Turkish prisoners of war watched over by troops from the Dorset Yeomanry B. Squadron Guards
SAD.577/1/243
1917 Mar
Newspaper photograph of Lieutenant General Sir Philip Chetwode
SAD.577/1/244
1917 Mar
Newspaper photograph of Colonel Kress Von Kressenstein who commanded Turkish forces in the First World War
SAD.577/1/245
1917 Mar
Newspaper photograph of Major General Sir H. G. Chauvel, K.C.M.G. who commanded the Anzac Mounted Divison and succeeded Sir Phillip Chetwode as commander of the Desert Column in the First World War
SAD.577/1/246
1917 Mar
Newspaper photograph of the city of Gaza
SAD.577/1/247
1917 Apr
Photograph of cavalry horses and men bathing in the sea below Cavalry Hill, five miles south of Gaza
SAD.577/1/248
1917 Apr
Photograph of officers of the 17th Machine Gun Squadron having a meal at Cavalry Hill, five miles south of Gaza. Featuring: Major R. C. W. Burn, Sussex Yeomanry; Captain H. Crosland, Berkshire Yeomanry; Lieutenant C. F. G. Noel, East Kent Yeomanry; Lieutenant L. del Monte, Herts Yeomanry; Lieutenant D. Newbold, Dorset Yeomanry
SAD.577/1/249
1917 Apr
Photograph of British forces at Cavalry Hill, five miles south of Gaza
SAD.577/1/250
1917 Apr
Photograph of British forces unloading kit at Cavalry Hill, five miles south of Gaza
SAD.577/1/251
1917 Apr
Photograph of British forces performing a gas mask drill at Cavalry Hill, five miles south of Gaza
SAD.577/1/252
1917 Apr
Photograph of Lieutenant L. del Monte conducting a gas mask drill at Cavalry Hill, five miles south of Gaza
SAD.577/1/254
1917 Apr
Hand drawn map of the second battle of Gaza showing troop positions, roads and railways
scale:   1 inch to 3 miles
SAD.577/1/255
1917 Apr
Photograph of a military camp near the site of the second battle of Gaza
SAD.577/1/256
1917 Apr
Newspaper photograph of a British tank firing shells near Gaza
SAD.577/1/257
1917 Apr
Newspaper cutting describing the the attack on Atawina Ridge during the second battle of Gaza
SAD.577/1/259
1917 Apr
Newspaper photograph of camels carrying ammunition sheltering in a wadi near Gaza
SAD.577/1/260
1917 Apr
Photograph of Lieutenant H. Williams and Sergeant Cripps with No. 5 Section, 17th Machine Gun Squadron, Wadi El Ghuzze
SAD.577/1/261
1917 Apr
Photograph of Lieutenant G. M. King, Berkshire Yeomanry, with No. 6 Section, 17th Machine Gun Squadron, Wadi El Ghuzze
SAD.577/1/262
1917 Apr
Newspaper photographs of British messenger car on the outskirts of Khan Yunus; crowd of Palestinian locals in traditional dress at Khan Yunus; Wadi Ghuzze
SAD.577/1/265
1917 Apr - May
Photograph of Captain H. Crosland, Berkshire Yeomanry, standing in front of a tent at a camp of the 17th Machine Gun Squadron, Palestine
SAD.577/1/266
1917 Apr - May
Photograph of Lieutenant J. F. Thom, Fife & Forfar Yeomanry (later killed in action), and Lieutenant D. Newbold, Dorset Yeomanry, at a camp of the 17th Machine Gun Squadron, Palestine
SAD.577/1/267
1917 Apr - May
Photograph of Lieutenant D. Newbold with a machine gun at a camp of the 17th Machine Gun Squadron, Palestine
SAD.577/1/268
1917 Apr - May
Photograph of horses and men bathing in the sea near an Allied military camp, Palestine
SAD.577/1/269
1917 Apr - May
Photograph of troops dressed as Arab women for a race during a sports event at an allied military camp, Palestine
SAD.577/1/271
1917 Apr - May
Photograph of an Allied military camp, Palestine
SAD.577/1/272
1917 Apr - May
Photograph of 17th Machine Gun Squadron parading for water at an Allied military camp, Palestine
SAD.577/1/273
1917 Apr - May
Photograph of 17th Machine Gun Squadron officers at an Allied military camp, Palestine. From left to right: Lieutenant D. Newbold, Dorset Yeomanry; Lieutenant H. G. Williams, Montgomery Yeomanry; Lieutenant L. del Monte, Herts Yeomanry; Lieutenant C. V. Coster, West Kent Yeomanry (later killed in action); Captain H. Crosland, Berkshire Yeomanry; Lieutenant J. F. Thom, Fife & Forfar Yeomanry (later killed in action); Lieutenant C. F. G. Noel, East Kent Yeomanry
SAD.577/1/274
1917 Apr - May
Photograph of Berks Section, 17th Machine Gun Squadron, at an Allied military camp, Palestine
SAD.577/1/275
1917 Apr - May
Photograph of machine gun placement at an Allied military camp, Palestine
SAD.577/1/276
1917 Apr - May
Photograph of British troops unloading kit at an Allied military camp, Palestine
SAD.577/1/278
1917 May - Aug
Photograph of unloading kit at an Allied military camp, Palestine
SAD.577/1/279
1917 May - Aug
Photograph of troops drinking at an Allied military camp, Palestine
SAD.577/1/280,283
1917 May - Aug
Photograph of unloading kit at an Allied military camp, Palestine
SAD.577/1/281
1917 May - Aug
Photograph of troops tying up a horse at an Allied military camp, Palestine
SAD.577/1/282
1917 May - Aug
Photograph of horses at an Allied military camp, Palestine
SAD.577/1/284
1917 May - Aug
Photograph of three officers of the 17th Machine Gun Squadron at an Allied military camp, Palestine. From left to right: Captain H. Crosland, Berkshire Yeomanry; Major R. C. W. Burn, Sussex Yeomanry; and Wakefield
SAD.577/1/285
1917 May - Aug
Photograph of officers of the 17th Machine Gun Squadron digging around a tent at an Allied military camp, Palestine. From left to right: Lieutenant C. V. Coster, West Kent Yeomanry (later killed in action); Lieutenant D. Newbold, Dorset Yeomanry; Dickinson; Lieutenant H. G. Williams, Montgomery Yeomanry
SAD.577/1/286
1917 May - Aug
Photograph of Major R. C. W. Burn, Sussex Yeomanry, an officer of the 17th Machine Gun Squadron, standing in front of a tent at an Allied military camp, Palestine
SAD.577/1/287
1917 May - Aug
Photograph of two officers of the 17th Machine Gun Squadron standing in front of a tent at an Allied military camp, Palestine. From left to right: Lieutenant C. V. Coster, West Kent Yeomanry (later killed in action); Lieutenant H. G. Williams, Montgomery Yeomanry
SAD.577/1/288
1917 May - Aug
Photograph of two officers of the 17th Machine Gun Squadron standing in front of a tent at an Allied military camp, Palestine. From left to right: Lieutenant G. M. King, Berkshire Yeomanry; Lieutenant H. G. Williams, Montgomery Yeomanry
SAD.577/1/289
1917 May - Aug
Photograph of Lieutenant C. V. Coster, West Kent Yeomanry (later killed in action), an officer of the 17th Machine Gun Squadron, standing in front of a tent at an allied military camp, Palestine
SAD.577/1/295
1917 Oct
Newspaper photograph of General Sir Edmund Allenby, G.C.M.G, K.C.B., commander in chief Egyptian Expedionary Force in Palestine
SAD.577/1/296
1917 Oct
Map of southern Palestine
1 inch to 15 miles
Size: 10 x 13 cm
SAD.577/1/297
1917 Nov
Photograph of the Desert Mounted Corps headquarters, Beersheba
SAD.577/1/299
1917 Nov
Newspaper photograph of British trenches, near Gaza
SAD.577/1/300
1917 Nov
Newspaper photograph of British engineers working to improve a crossing of the Wadi Ghuzze
SAD.577/1/301
1917 Nov
Two newspaper photographs of Colonel Von Trommer and Djemal Pasha, including one of them on horseback
SAD.577/1/302
1917 Nov
Newspaper photograph of Djemal Pasha with German officers in attendance at his headquarters, Palestine
SAD.577/1/303v
1917 Nov
Hand drawn map showing the charge of the Berkshire and Dorset Yeomanry at El Mughar
1 inch to 1 mile
SAD.577/1/304
1917 Nov
Photograph of Beersheba railway station, with a mosque in the background
SAD.577/1/305
1917 Nov
Photograph of mosque at Beersheba
SAD.577/1/306
1917 Nov
Newspaper photograph of Beersheba
SAD.577/1/307
1917 Nov
Newspaper photograph of General Von Falkenhayn, German military adviser to the Turks
SAD.577/1/308
1917 Nov
Map of Jerusalem and the area north of the city
1 inch to 10 miles
Size: 11 x 13 cm
SAD.577/1/309
1917 Nov
Photograph of a monitor ship, the Apis, involved in the bombing of Turkish troops in Gaza
SAD.577/1/312
1917 Nov
Newspaper cutting regarding the charge of the British Yeomanry forces at Abu Shusheh with handwritten note detailing 3 charges undertaken by these forces including exact British forces involved and prisoners and guns captured
SAD.577/1/313
1917 Nov
Photograph of water tanks transported by railway, with horse troughs in the foreground, Palestine
SAD.577/1/314
1917 Nov
Photograph of guns and Turkish prisoners captured by the Worcester and Warwickshire Yeomanry during their charge at Huj, Palestine
SAD.577/1/315
1917 Nov
Photograph of terraced hillside in the Judean mountains, with Turkish trenches at the foot, Palestine
SAD.577/1/318
1917 Nov
Photograph of carriage of a captured Turkish railway train, with ornately-carved shuttered windows, Palestine
SAD.577/1/319
1917 Dec
Photograph of Sister Wadlois sitting at the entrance to the officers' ward at Alexandria General Hospital, where Lieutenant D. Newbold was taken after being shot in the leg by Turkish forces in Palestine
SAD.577/1/320
1917 Nov
Newspaper photograph of camels used as ambulances by British forces
SAD.577/1/321
1917 Nov
Photograph from lower Beth-horon down the valley of Ajalon and across the plain of Philistia to the sea, Palestine
SAD.577/1/322
1917 Nov
Photograph of military transport horses grazing on the plain of Shephelah, Palestine
SAD.577/1/323
1917 Nov
Photograph of military camp, Palestine
SAD.577/1/324
1917 Nov
Photograph of two soldiers carrying a wounded man on a stretcher at an Anzac dressing station, Palestine
SAD.577/1/325
1917 Nov
Photograph of ox-drawn wagons used for transporting Turkish guns, Palestine
SAD.577/1/328
1918 Feb
Photograph of the temple of Medinet Habu, built by Rameses III, Thebes
SAD.577/1/329
1918 Feb
Photograph of the sinking of H. M. T. Arragon, with survivors on a life raft in the foreground
SAD.577/1/330
1918 Feb
Photograph of stone pillars, Karnak
SAD.577/1/331
1918 Feb
Photograph of a temple, possibly of Rameses III, Karnak
SAD.577/1/332
1918 Feb
Photograph of fallen statue of Ozymandyas, king of kings, Karnak
SAD.577/1/333,336
1918 Feb
Photograph of an avenue of ram-headed sphinxes, Karnak
SAD.577/1/334
1918 Feb
Photograph of stone pillar, Karnak
SAD.577/1/335
1918 Feb
Photograph of statue, possibly the goddess Sekhet, Karnak
SAD.577/1/337
1918 Feb
Photograph of A. R. Hughes, a Dorset Yeomanry officer, visiting an archaeological site, Karnak
SAD.577/1/339
1918 Feb
Photograph of the garden of a Luxor hotel
SAD.577/1/340
1918 Feb
Photograph of a group of men, including a Bishariyin Arab on the far right, Luxor
SAD.577/1/341
1918 Feb
Photograph of the Colossi of Memnon, Thebes
SAD.577/1/342
1918 Feb
Photograph of locomotive at a station on the Luxor - Shellal narrow gauge railway
SAD.577/1/343
1918 Feb
Photograph of Lieutenant D. Newbold on a passenger train at Aswan railway station
SAD.577/1/344
1918 Feb
Photograph of passengers sitting on the platform at Aswan railway station
SAD.577/1/345
1918 Feb
Photograph of a young boy at Edfou railway station
SAD.577/1/346
1918 Feb
Photograph of the Hypostyle Hall of pillars, Karnak
SAD.577/1/347
1918 Feb
Photograph of Aswan railway station
SAD.577/1/348
1918 Feb
Photograph of the temple of Medinet Habu, built by Rameses III, Thebes
SAD.577/1/349
1918 Feb
Photograph of Edfou
SAD.577/1/350
1918 Feb
Photograph of railway carriage, probably at Aswan station
SAD.577/1/351
1918 Feb
Photograph of locks at the west end of the Aswan Dam
SAD.577/1/352
1918 Feb
Photograph of the first cataract from the Aswan Dam
SAD.577/1/353
1918 Feb
Photograph of one of the six locks on the Aswan Dam
SAD.577/1/354,356
1918 Feb
Photograph of the Aswan Dam
SAD.577/1/355
1918 Feb
Photograph of the Aswan Dam from the engineer's office
SAD.577/1/357-357
1918 Feb
Photograph of sluices open on the north side of the Aswan Dam
SAD.577/1/359
1918 Feb
Photograph of railway trolley line running along the top of the Aswan Dam
SAD.577/1/360
1918 Feb
Photograph of a lock on the Aswan Dam, looking north
SAD.577/1/362
1918 Feb
Photograph of the Sultan's palace at Ras el-Tin, Alexandria
SAD.577/1/363
1918 Feb
Photograph of a partially-submerged temple, Philae
SAD.577/1/364
1918 Feb
Photograph of A. R. Hughes, a Dorset Yeomanry officer, visiting an archaeological site, possibly Philae
SAD.577/1/365
1918 Feb
Photograph of Philae
SAD.577/1/366
1918 Feb
Photograph of water-level mark on a kiosk at Philae
SAD.577/1/367
1918 Feb
Photograph of Lieutenant D. Newbold with two female tourists and an Egyptian guide, Thebes
SAD.577/1/368
1918 Feb
Photograph of an Egyptian boy in a boat constructed from petrol tins, Philae
SAD.577/1/369
1918 Feb
Photograph of a partially-submerged temple, Philae
SAD.577/1/370
1918 Feb
Distant view of the Colossi of Memnon, with the Valley of the Kings in the background, Thebes
SAD.577/1/371
1918 Mar
Photograph of marching order ‘turn-out’ competition in a military horse show, Palestine
SAD.577/1/374
1917 Nov
Photograph of trains at a junction station on the Turkish railway, captured by British forces in November 1917
SAD.577/1/375
1918 Mar
Photograph of Kuryet el Enab, the ‘village of the grapes’, near Jerusalem
SAD.577/1/376
1918 Mar
Newspaper photograph of local people in traditional dress travelling on donkeys
SAD.577/1/377
1918 Mar
Newspaper photograph of wounded at Kuryet el Enab
SAD.577/1/378
1918 Mar
Photograph of railway train load of volunteer Jewish recruits from Jaffa enlisted to aid British forces, Jerusalem
SAD.577/1/379
1918 Mar
Newspaper photograph of the Damascus gate, Jerusalem
SAD.577/1/380
1918 Mar
Newspaper photograph of Turkish recruiting meeting at the Jaffa market, Tel Aviv
SAD.577/1/381
1918 Mar
Aerial photograph of Jerusalem
SAD.577/1/382
1918 Mar
Newspaper photograph of Jersualem from the west
SAD.577/1/383
1918 Mar
Photogragh of Jerusalem from the Mount of Olives with woman in traditional dress in foreground
SAD.577/1/384
1918 Mar
Newspaper photograph of the church of the Holy Sepulchre taken from an etching by M. K. Hughes, A.R.E
SAD.577/1/385
1918 Mar
Newspaper photograph of a Muslim soldier guarding the Mosque of Omar, Jerusalem
SAD.577/1/386
1918 Mar
Newspaper photograph of Jewish residents of Jerusalem
SAD.577/1/387
1918 Mar
Newspaper photograph of the reading of the proclamation of martial law by an interpreter alongside British officers at the foot of the Tower of David, Jerusalem
SAD.577/1/388
1918 Mar
Photogragh of the changing of the Muslim guard at the Mosque of Omar, Jerusalem
SAD.577/1/389
1918 Mar
Newspaper photograph of market stall owners packing oranges at Jaffa, Tel Aviv
SAD.577/1/390
1918 Mar
Newspaper photograph of a girl and boy carrying a bunch of grapes, Palestine
SAD.577/1/391
1918 Apr
Photograph of Wadi Kelt, which runs from Jerusalem to Jericho
SAD.577/1/394
1918 May
Newspaper photograph of the King of the Hijaz and the Grand Sharif of Mecca
SAD.577/1/395
1918 May
Turkish military battle order and disposition chart as compiled by British military intelligence
SAD.577/1/396
1918 Apr 29
6th Mounted Brigade operation orders for Trans-Jordan Offensive
SAD.577/1/398
1918 May
Photograph of Australian and Yeomanry troops at Es Salt
SAD.577/1/401
1918 May
Newspaper article about the difficulties of conditions faced by the British Military in Palestine and Jordan
SAD.577/1/402
1918 May - June
Photograph of the River Jordan at Ghoraniye
SAD.577/1/403
1918 May - June
Photograph of British troops and local guides travelling through thick vegetation on the banks of the River Jordan
SAD.577/1/405
1918 May - June
Newspaper photograph of the Jordan Rift Valley
SAD.577/1/406
1918 May - June
Photograph of Jericho
SAD.577/1/408
1918 May - June
Photograph of Jabal Kuruntul or ‘Quarantania’ , the mount of temptation, Palestine
SAD.577/2/7-25
1914-1918
Papers relating to Newbold's war service in the Middle East during World War One:
SAD.577/2/7
1917 Apr 1
Circular addressed to all British troops of the eastern force regarding the first battle of Gaza, by Lieutenant General Sir Charles Dobell, K.C.B., C.M.G., D.S.O., Commanding Eastern Force
SAD.577/2/8-11
1917 Apr 9
Operation orders for the 2nd battle of Gaza, copied and handwritten by Newbold
SAD.577/2/12
1917
Map of Atawineh showing Turkish and British trenches, some drawn by hand and including Newbold's position
1:20,000
Size: 37.5 x 48.5 cm
SAD.577/2/13
1917 Nov 22
Newspaper cutting relating to the first and second battles of Gaza
SAD.577/2/14-16
1917 Nov
List of Officers, N.C.O.s and men of the 6th Mounted Brigade, decorated during operations in November 1917, amended by hand by Newbold
SAD.577/2/17
1914-1918
Newspaper cutting regarding the operations of British forces against the Sanusiyyah
SAD.577/2/18
1914-1918
Newspaper cutting featuring photographs of a British biplane landing in the desert, a flooded British ordnance camp at Mersa Matruh and British forces moving ammunition from a flooded ordnance camp at Mersa Matruh
SAD.577/2/19
1917 Dec
Smaller version of photograph from Newbold's diary (SAD.517/1/319) of Sister Wadlois sitting at the entrance to the officers' ward at Alexandria General Hospital, where Lieutenant D. Newbold was taken after being shot in the leg by Turkish forces in Palestine
SAD.577/2/20
1916
Railway map of Egypt
1:2,000,000
Size: 45 x 16cm
SAD.577/2/22-24
1936 Nov 2 - 1936 Nov 9
Newspaper cuttings from “The Times” about the assasination of Jafar Pasha and subsequent obituaries
SAD.577/2/25
1938 Feb 25
Newspaper cutting from The Western Gazette commemorating the 20th anniversary of the cavalry charge by the Dorset Yeomanry at Agagia
2. Archaeological Material
SAD.577/3/1-23
1923 Sep - Oct
Report by Newbold, District Commissioner Northern Kordofan, entitled “Archaeological and exploratory tour in N.W. Kordofan and Western Dongola Sept. Oct. 1923”. The report covers:
SAD.577/3/8-10
1923 Sep - Oct
Appendix focusing on geology and water supply of areas traversed
SAD.577/3/11-13
1923 Sep - Oct
Appendix focusing on archaeological findings, with hand drawn copies of animal rock drawings found at Zolat Hammad, Gelti Um Tasawir and Abu Sofian
SAD.577/3/14-16
1923 Sep - Oct
Appendices focusing on fauna and flora encountered in areas traversed
SAD.577/3/17
1923 Sep - Oct
Appendix focusing on military obeservations made about the areas traversed
SAD.577/3/18
1923 Sep - Oct
Appendix focusing on tribal life observed during the trek
SAD.577/3/19
1923 Sep - Oct
Hand drawn sketch map of route described in the archaeological report
2 inches to 100 miles
Size: 33 x 20cm
SAD.577/3/22
1923 Sep - Oct
Hand drawn sketch map of route traversed
1 : 3 miles
Size: 20 x 20cm
SAD.577/3/23
1923 Sep - Oct
Hand drawn sketches of animal rock drawings found at Zolat Hammad, Gelti Um Tasawir and Wadi Abu Sofian
SAD.577/3/31-33
1930 Nov 5
Letter from Newbold to Burr regarding his experiences on an expedition led by Major Ralph Bagnold into the Libyan Desert to find the lost oasis of Zezura
SAD.577/3/24-30
1930 Nov 2 - Nov 7
Newspaper cuttings from The Times and The Sunday Times regarding an expedition into the Libyan desert led by Major Ralph Bagnold in search of the lost oasis of Zezura in which Newbold took part
3. Articles, Lectures
SAD.577/4/1-5
1944 Jul 26
Negative photostat copy of lecture given by Newbold at Makerere College entitled “The share of the Sudanese in the Sudan Government”, printed in the Bulletin of the Uganda Society
SAD.577/6/1-36
1934
Two copies of an article by Kathleen A. Terry (Newbold's sister) entitled “The Talodi show. A native gathering in Kordofan, Anglo-Egyptian Sudan.”
4. Memorials to D. Newbold
SAD.577/4/6-25
[ca. 1945]
Obituary entitled “Memories of Douglas Newbold” by Bishop Llewellynn Gwynne, with two attached post card photographs (see SAD.577/4/26-27 described under 6. Photographic Material below)
SAD.577/4/28-33
1945 Mar - Apr
3 typescript copies of “Extract from The Geographical Journal March-April 1945. Sir Douglas Newbold , K.B.E. an obituary” by Major W.B. Kennedy Shaw O.B.E.
SAD.577/4/34
1945 Apr 13
Printed circular of the text of the address given at Newbold's memorial service held in St. Martin-in-the-Fields, Trafalgar Square, London
SAD.577/4/35-38
1945 Mar 26
Copy letter from J.P.S. Daniell to Newbold's sister Kathleen Terry regarding Newbold's last illness and death, his funeral and memorial service and reaction to his death
SAD.577/5/1-37
1945 May 22 - 1946 Feb 1
Correspondence regarding the proposed Douglas Newbold Memorial Fund and Prize at Gordon Memorial College, Khartoum, largely between Kathleen Terry (Newbold's sister) and C.J. Newbold (Newbold's brother) but also including letters between and from G.C. Scott, C.W.M Cox, R.C. Mayall and T.H.B. Mynors. Enclosure:
SAD.577/5/26-28
1945 Dec 8
3 copies of an extract from the Gordon Memorial College minutes agreeing to name the new library in honour of Newbold and to acquire a bust of his likeness
5. Newspaper Cuttings
SAD.577/7/5-13
1924 Jun 30 - 1946 Jun 11
Newspaper cuttings from The Times, Daily Mail and the New Statesman, Including:
SAD.577/7/5-8
1924 Jun 30 - Aug 28
Articles from The Times regarding the 1924 mutiny and Egyptian involvement in the Sudan
SAD.577/7/9
1929 Jul 17
Article from The Times regarding an archaeological dig in the Syrian desert by a Mr Watelin
SAD.577/7/10
1939 - 1945
Article from the Daily Mail entitled “Emperor's mission”, regarding a mission by Sudanese Defence Force troops (possibly the Gideon Force, commanded by Orde Wingate of Chindit fame and cousin of Sir Reginald Wingate, former Governor-General of the Sudan), into Abyssinia
SAD.577/7/11
1944 Dec 9
Poem from the New Statesman entitled “Hellas reborn”
SAD.577/7/12
1946 Mar 13
Article from The Times regarding Egyptian involvement in the Sudan
SAD.577/7/13
1946 Jun 11
Article regarding the Gordon Memorial College and calling for donations of books for the Newbold Library
SAD.852/2/1
1956 Sep 24
Newspaper cutting from the Daily Telegraph containing a review of Lugard: the years of adventure. 1858-1898 by Margery Perham
SAD.852/2/2
1966 Feb 5
Reviews from The Economist of The Sudan: crossroads of Africa by Beshir Mohammed Said and Sudan Republic by K. D. D. Henderson
SAD.852/2/3
1966 Jun 12
Article from The Times about the appointment of Muhammed Ahmad Mahgoub as Prime Minister
6. Photographic Material
SAD.578/1/1-160
1915 - 1945
Photograph album covering Newbold's time training immediately prior to military service in the Middle East, various treks during his service in the Sudan and a holiday in Cornwall:
SAD.578/1/1
1915
Sign placed on tennis court stating “Writing rooms - all soldiers welcome”
SAD.578/1/2
1915
Nipper (a dog) in a wicker basket on a tennis court
SAD.578/1/3
1915
M. (?) and Nipper (a dog) in a wicker basket on a tennis court
SAD.578/1/4
1915
Ethel and Cicely tacking cloth onto a wooden board to make a sign on a tennis court
SAD.578/1/5
1915
Kathleen (Terry?) standing outside
SAD.578/1/6-7
1915
View of Bowden Park House, Wiltshire
SAD.578/1/8
1915
C.J. (Newbold?) standing outside in British military uniform
SAD.578/1/9
1915
Broomfield and Gould in British military uniform from ‘2’ Troop ‘A’ Squadron
SAD.578/1/10-11,47-48
1915
‘A’ Squadron digging trenches at the “Workhouse”, Calne, Wiltshire
SAD.578/1/12
1915
Captain J. Gurndry leaning on a pick axe and smoking a pipe; soldiers digging in background
SAD.578/1/13
1915
O. and I. Gladstone underneath a tree in Bowden park, Wiltshire
SAD.578/1/14
1915
View of grounds from Bowden Park house, Wiltshire
SAD.578/1/15
1915
M. (?) and Burr (?) climbing over a gate
SAD.578/1/16
1915
British Machine Gun Squadron at practice
SAD.578/1/17
1915 Jul
British Machine Gun Squadron at practice, with the Royal Hotel and Norfolk Crescent behind, Hayling Island
SAD.578/1/18
1915
British soldiers relaxing in front of the Royal Hotel and Norfolk Crescent, Hayling Island
SAD.578/1/19
1915
H. C. Terry in British military uniform
SAD.578/1/20
1915
Dorset Yeomanry military camp at Bowood Park, Wiltshire
SAD.578/1/21
1915
British officers in military uniform seated outside on a stone balustrade, from left to right; Douglas Newbold, O. Gladstone and J. H. Blaksley
SAD.578/1/22
1915 Jul
Review of Dorset Yeomanry by General Sir Pitcairn Campbell in Bowood Park, Witshire
SAD.578/1/23
1915
C. H. Perkins lying down in front of the Royal Hotel, Hayling Island
SAD.578/1/24
1915
Dutton (?) standing outside
SAD.578/1/25-26
1915 Jul
A line of soldiers on motorbikes, Hayling Island
SAD.578/1/27
1915
Close up of Dutton (?) standing outside
SAD.578/1/28-30
1915 Jul
Military camp at Bowood Park, Wiltshire, showing floods
SAD.578/1/31
1915
O. and I. Gladstone standing outside under a tree
SAD.578/1/32
1915
Three unidentified people, two men and one women, seated outside
SAD.578/1/33
1915
Group on the steps in front of Bowden Park: I. Gladstone far left and O. Gladstone far right
SAD.578/1/34-35
1915
Jezebel (a horse) standing outside
SAD.578/1/36,38
1915
Charlie (a horse) eating from a nose bag
SAD.578/1/37
1915
British soldier in a car
SAD.578/1/39-40
1915
Charlie (a horse), with military camp in the background
SAD.578/1/41
1915
J. Taylor in full military uniform, with sword, on Charlie (a horse)
SAD.578/1/42
1915
Sergeant Elliott in full military uniform and with sword, on Jezebel (a horse)
SAD.578/1/43-44
1915
J. Taylor in full military uniform
SAD.578/1/45-46
1915
Close up of J. Taylor in full military uniform
SAD.578/1/49, 51
1915
Horses resting in a picket line in the Wansdyke, Wiltshire
SAD.578/1/50, 52
1915
Group of British soldiers on horses at Bowood Park. Wiltshire
SAD.578/1/53, 67
1915
Military camp at Bowood Park, Wiltshire
SAD.578/1/54
1915
No. 17 Machine Gun Squad (possibly D. Newbold middlefront row), Hayling island
SAD.578/1/55,62
1915
Facade of large house
SAD.578/1/56-57
1915
Group of four unidentified women
SAD.578/1/58-59
1915
Woman standing outside
SAD.578/1/60-61
1915
Close up of woman standing outside
SAD.578/1/63
1915 Sep
British N.C.O jumping over hurdle as part of mounted sports by 2/1st S.W. Mounted Brigade, Bowood Park, Wiltshire
SAD.578/1/64
1915 Sep
Sack race by British soldiers as part of sports day for 2/1st S.W. Mounted Brigade, Bowood Park, Wiltshire
SAD.578/1/65
1915
Nurse E. M. N. (?) standing outside
SAD.578/1/66
1915 Sep
British officer jumping over hurdle as part of mounted sports by 2/1st S.W. Mounted Brigade. Bowood Park, Wiltshire
SAD.578/1/68
1915
Dorset Yeomanry on parade at Bowood Park, Wiltshire
SAD.578/1/69
1915
British officers in uniform seated outside on a balustrade, left to right: Captain J. Gundry; J. H. Blaksley; D. Newbold; Major H. R. Kindersley
SAD.578/1/70
1920 - 1938
Tukls in a village, with a jabal in the background, Sudan
SAD.578/1/71
1920 - 1938
Trees and scrub, Sudan
SAD.578/1/72
1920 - 1938
Landscape, Sudan
SAD.578/1/73
1920 - 1938
Thatched building, possibly a rest house, with two 'anqaribs in the foreground, Sudan
SAD.578/1/74
1920 - 1938
Stretch of desert with mountains in the background, Sudan
SAD.578/1/75
1920 - 1938
Trek scene, Sudan
SAD.578/1/76
1920 - 1938
Scrubland, Sudan
SAD.578/1/77
1920 - 1938
Trek scene, with a tent pitched under a tree, Sudan
SAD.578/1/78
1920 - 1938
Women drawing water from a well, Sudan
SAD.578/1/79
1920 - 1938
Tents pitched at a camp during a trek, Sudan
SAD.578/1/80
1920 - 1938
Unidentified local shaykh or notable, Sudan
SAD.578/1/81
1920 - 1938
River scene, Sudan
SAD.578/1/82
1920 - 1938
Camel in scrubland, Sudan
SAD.578/1/83
1920 - 1938
Trek party on camelback, Sudan
SAD.578/1/84
1920 - 1938
Tent pitched by a tree during a trek, Sudan
SAD.578/1/85-86
1920 - 1938
Landscape, Sudan
SAD.578/1/87
1920 - 1938
Camel caravan, Sudan
SAD.578/1/88
1920 - 1938
D. Newbold holding two young cubs, Sudan
SAD.578/1/89
1920 - 1938
Rocky hill, Sudan
SAD.578/1/90,93
1920 - 1938
Desert landscape, Sudan
SAD.578/1/91
1920 - 1938
Camels resting at a halt during a desert trek, Sudan
SAD.578/1/92
1920 - 1938
Desert scrub, Sudan
SAD.578/1/94-96
1920 - 1938
Rock pictures of animals, Sudan
SAD.578/1/97
1920 - 1938
Rock picture of an elephant, Sudan
SAD.578/1/98
1920 - 1938
Rock pictures of animals, Sudan
SAD.578/1/99
1920 - 1938
Camel caravan, Sudan
SAD.578/1/100
1920 - 1938
Collection of stones and archaeological finds, Sudan
SAD.578/1/101
1920 - 1938
Unidentified group of men standing under a palm tree, Sudan
SAD.578/1/102
1920 - 1938
Desert landscape, Sudan
SAD.578/1/103
1920 - 1938
Man standing on a rocky plinth, Sudan
SAD.578/1/104
1920 - 1938
Rocky hill, Sudan
SAD.578/1/105
1920 - 1938
Baggage and equipment unloaded from camels during a trek, Sudan
SAD.578/1/106
1920 - 1938
Bracken and scrub, Sudan
SAD.578/1/107
1920 - 1938
Scrubland, Sudan
SAD.578/1/108
1920 - 1938
Desert scene, Sudan
SAD.578/1/109
1920 - 1938
Herd of camels, Sudan
SAD.578/1/110
1920 - 1938
Halt by a well pool during a trek, Sudan
SAD.578/1/111
1920 - 1938
Camels resting in the desert during a trek, Sudan
SAD.578/1/112-113
1920 - 1938
Desert scene, Sudan
SAD.578/1/114
1920 - 1938
Camel caravan in the desert, Sudan
SAD.578/1/115
1920 - 1938
Camels watering at a well, Sudan
SAD.578/1/116
1920 - 1938
Desert camp, with a tent pitched next to baggage and equipment, Sudan
SAD.578/1/117
1920 - 1938
Palm trees surrounding an oasis, Sudan
SAD.578/1/118
1920 - 1938
Palm trees surrounding an oasis, Sudan
SAD.578/1/119
1920 - 1938
Man standing on a pile of rocks, Sudan
SAD.578/1/120
1920 - 1938
Desert scene, Sudan
SAD.578/1/121
1920 - 1938
Group of northern Sudanese men, possibly Bija, standing next to a camel, Sudan
SAD.578/1/122
1920 - 1938
Palm trees in a desert, Sudan
SAD.578/1/123
1920 - 1938
Petrified tree, Sudan
SAD.578/1/124
1920 - 1938
Three men standing in front of a rock formation, Sudan
SAD.578/1/125
1920 - 1938
Man, possibly D. Newbold, swimming in a pool or river, Sudan
SAD.578/1/126
1920 - 1938
View of a rock face, Sudan
SAD.578/1/127
1920 - 1938
Rock pictures of animals, Sudan
SAD.578/1/128
1920 - 1938
Desert scene, Sudan
SAD.578/1/129
1920 - 1938
Group of Arab men, possibly Bija, standing behind a zariba, Sudan
SAD.578/1/130
1920 - 1938
Desert camp, Sudan
SAD.578/1/131
1920 - 1938
Desert camel caravan, Sudan
SAD.578/1/132
1920 - 1938
Rock picture of an animal, Sudan
SAD.578/1/133
1920 - 1938
Rock face, Sudan
SAD.578/1/134
1920 - 1938
Camel caravan at a halt in the desert, Sudan
SAD.578/1/135
1920 - 1938
D. Newbold with a group of northern Sudanese men, possibly Bija, and a military or police escort, Sudan
SAD.578/1/136
1920 - 1938
Desert camel caravan, Sudan
SAD.578/1/137
1920 - 1938
Man, possibly D. Newbold, standing against a pile of rocks, Sudan
SAD.578/1/138
1920 - 1938
Desert scene with rock formations, Sudan
SAD.578/1/139,141
1920 - 1938
Camels grazing at a desert oasis, Sudan
SAD.578/1/140
1920 - 1938
Camels resting at a desert halt, Sudan
SAD.578/1/142
1920 - 1938
D. Newbold and another unidentified man at a desert oasis whilst on trek, Sudan
SAD.578/1/143
1920 - 1938
Desert scene, Sudan
SAD.578/1/144
1920 - 1938
Ruined building, Sudan
SAD.578/1/145
1920 - 1938
Desert scene, Sudan
SAD.578/1/146
1920 - 1938
Felucca moored on a bank of the Nile
SAD.578/1/147
1920 - 1938
Elderly Arab man, possibly a shaykh or notable, Sudan
SAD.578/1/148
1920 - 1938
Group of people at the temple of Sesostris III and Dedwen at Semna
SAD.578/1/149-150
1920 - 1938
View of a cataract, possibly the second cataract, near Wadi Halfa
SAD.578/1/151
1920 - 1938
View of a cataract, possibly the second cataract, near Wadi Halfa
SAD.578/1/152
1920-1945
Woman on Whitesand Bay, Cornwall
SAD.578/1/153
1920-1945
Two men and two women at Men-An-Tol, Cornwall
SAD.578/1/154
1920-1945
A man and woman in front of Nanjizel beach, Cornwall
SAD.578/1/155
1920-1945
S.S. South America beached at St Loys Cove, Cornwall
SAD.578/1/156
1920-1945
Rock formation off the coast of Cornwall
SAD.578/1/157
1915
Negative of SAD.578/1/30
SAD.578/1/158
1915
Negative of SAD.578/1/39
SAD.578/1/159
1915
Negative of SAD.578/1/64
SAD.578/1/160
1915
Negative of SAD.578/1/65
SAD.578/2/1-15
1907-1945
Loose photographs, probably enclosures from album above:
SAD.578/2/1
1907
Four præpostor pupils of the Hall, Uppingham school. From left to right: A. T. Walker (killed in action in France, August 1915); J. H. F. Stephen; D. Newbold, later Civil Secretary, Sudan Government; J. G. Stephen
SAD.578/2/2-3
1914 - 1918
D. Newbold (far right), Dorset Yeomanry officer, with his mother and brother, also an officer
SAD.578/2/4
1915
O. and I. Gladstone on D. Newbold's motor bike, Skye Park, Chippenham
SAD.578/2/5
1914 - 1945
North rampart of Sinodun Hillfort, Oxfordshire
SAD.578/2/6
1914 - 1918
2 men in British military uniform play fighting in the garden whilst another man also in British military uniform watches
SAD.578/2/7
1914 - 1945
Nipper (a dog) lying down
SAD.578/2/8
1914 - 1945
Young girl with watering can in garden
SAD.578/2/9
1939
Caroline Shaw, Jerusalem
SAD.578/2/10
1932 Feb 22
Aerial view of Port Sudan
SAD.578/2/11
1932 Feb 23
Aerial view of Andi Seli Island, the Red Sea
SAD.578/2/12
1930 Jan 23
View of Jabal Kassala
SAD.578/2/13
1937 Feb
Camel feeding at 'Idd Abu 'Agaga wells, with a police man or soldier standing by
SAD.578/2/14
1920 - 1945
Four schoolgirls, possibly Nuba, painted with decorative body markings, Jabal Heiban
SAD.578/2/15
1920 - 1945
Group of men, possibly Nuba, performing a dance under a tree, with a pile of spears in the foreground, Kordofan
SAD.578/3/1-13
1920-1945
Loose photographs taken during Newbold's service in the Sudan:
SAD.578/3/1
1920 - 1945
Group of unidentified government officials having tea at a trek camp surrounded by palm trees
SAD.578/3/2
1920-1945
Ancient jar excavated at an archaeological site, possibly Northern Province
SAD.578/3/3
1938 Feb
“Freddie”, a young orphan boy, standing in a poison tree at a mission station, Jabal Heiban
SAD.578/3/4
1933-1938
Sudanese servant feeding a marabou stork, possibly Kordofan
SAD.578/3/5
1933-1938
Marabou stork, possibly Kordofan
SAD.578/3/6
1933 - 1938
Nuba men performing a dance at a gathering, Talodi
SAD.578/3/7
1933 - 1938
Rear view of a Nuba man at a gathering with a distinctive hairstyle, tribal scarring on his shoulders and wearing a feather collar with a tortoise shell attached, Talodi
SAD.578/3/8
1933 - 1938
D. Newbold, possibly when Governor, Kordofan
SAD.578/3/9
1933 - 1938
Woman on camelback, El Obeid
SAD.578/3/10
1941 Jun 16
D. Newbold, Civil Secretary, helping the Lord Mayor of London to weigh a piece of gold donated by Mr Gottleib, Sudan Government, in aid of the Air Raid Distress Fund during World War Two, London
SAD.578/3/11
1943
Members of the Middle East war council, including H. A. MacMichael (seated third from left) and D. Newbold, Civil Secretary (middle row, far right), Cairo
SAD.578/3/12
1940 - 1945
D. Newbold, Civil Secretary (seated far left), with a group of people including Emperor Haile Selassie (seated centre), Egyptian government officials, a military officer and religious clerics, Sudan
SAD.578/3/13
1944 May
Council members at the inaugural session of the Advisory Council of the Northern Sudan, in the grounds of the Governor-General's Palace, Khartoum. Featuring (front row, seated from third left to right): Sayyid 'Abd al-Rahman al-Mahdi; J. W. Miller; D. Newbold, Civil Secretary; H. J. Huddleston, Governor-General; T. P. Creed, Legal Secretary; and Sayyid 'Ali al-Mirghani
SAD.577/4/26-27
[ca. 1945]
Photographic postcards depicting:
SAD.577/4/26
[ca. 1945]
Montage of images featuring D. Newbold (top left) and other government officials at a gathering
SAD.577/4/27
[ca. 1945]
Montage of images featuring government officials at a gathering
7. Museum Objects
(i) Pottery and earthenware
SAD.651/1
1920-1945
Reddish brown clay jabbana (Sudanese coffee pot) with raised decorations over the body, spout and handle
Size: Height: 21 cm
SAD.651/2
1920-1945
Reddish brown clay jabbana (Sudanese coffee pot) with raised decorations over the body, spout and handle
Size: Height: 18 cm
SAD.651/3
1920-1945
Reddish brown clay jabbana (Sudanese coffee pot) with handle and bird's head (possibly a duck) spout. Raised decorations feature on the body, spout and handle and there are small beads for the bird's eyes.
Size: Height: 17 cm
SAD.651/4
1920-1945
2 reddish brown clay sections of a bird beak from a jabbana (Sudanese coffee pot)
Size: Height: 3 cm. Width: 2 cm
SAD.655/1
1920-1945
Reddish brown bowl made from clay and cow dung, with blue and white painted design on the outer surface
Size: Diameter: 30 cm
SAD.655/2
1920-1945
Reddish brown bowl made from clay and cow dung, with black and white painted design on outer surface and inner rim
Size: Diameter: 26 cm
SAD.655/3
1920-1945
Reddish brown bowl made from clay and cow dung, with blue and white painted design on the outer surface
Size: Diameter: 28 cm
SAD.655/4
1920-1945
Reddish brown bowl made from clay and cow dung, with cream and red painted geometric design on the outer surface and inner rim
Size: Diameter: 25 cm
SAD.655/5
1920-1945
Reddish brown bowl made from clay and cow dung, with cream and blue painted geometric decoration on the outer surface
Size: Diameter: 19 cm
SAD.656/1
1920-1945
Black clay and cow dung stand, decorated with cream painted design
Size: Height: 17 cm
SAD.656/2
1920-1945
Black clay and cow dung stand, with cream painted design. Top portion is detached.
Size: Height: 17 cm
SAD.656/3-4
1920-1945
Fragments of burnished black pottery fragments from Kadugli and Delami
SAD.656/5
1920-1945
Black clay and cow dung bowl, decorated on the outer and inner surfaces with cream and red geometric designs
Size: Diameter: 26 cm
SAD.656/6
1920-1945
Reddish brown clay and cow dung bowl, decorated on the outer surface with blue and cream pattern
Size: Diameter: 18 cm
SAD.656/9
1920-1945
Hand decorated glass jar
Size: Height: 9.5 cm
SAD.656/10-12
1920-1945
Broken fragments of decorated clay and cow dung bowls
SAD.G//S 555/6
1920-1945
Pottery fragments
(ii) Wooden carvings and gourds
SAD.652/1
1938
Black carved wooden bust of a Sudan Defence Force Non-Commisioned Officer with green felt on the underside of the base. Made by K. Coriat (see SAD.890/7/12-17 for memoirs of K. Coriat)
Size: Height: 20 cm
SAD.652/2
1937
Black carved wooden bust of Sudanese woman with traditional necklaces, on a brown wooden base. Made by K. Coriat (see SAD.890/7/12-17 for memoirs of K. Coriat)
Size: Height: 17 cm
SAD.653/1
[ca. 1930s]
Black carved wooden head of a Nuba woman, with tribal markings
Size: Height: 21 cm
SAD.653/2
[ca. 1930s]
Black carved wooden head of a Nuba man
Size: Height: 24 cm
SAD.652/3
1920-1945
Dark brown carved figure of a horned animal possibly an oryx. The left horn has a broken tip.
Size: Height: 7.5 cm Width: 4.5 cm Length: 13 cm
SAD.652/4
1920-1945
Dark brown/black wooden carved figure of a cow with large horns and small beads in place of eyes. The ends of each horn are damaged and broken.
Size: Height: 5.5 cm Length: 10 cm
SAD.652/5
1920-1945
Dark brown/black wooden carved figure of a hippopotamus
Size: Height: 4 cm Width: 3 cm Length: 9 cm
SAD.652/6
1920-1945
Black wooden gourd shaped bowl with tribal designs carved on the rim and outer surface and a small flat bottom
Size: Height: 14 cm Diameter: 14 cm
SAD.653/3
1920-1945
Gourd bowl with painted decoration in a variety of colours including orange-red, sage-green, red-brown, blue, turquoise, yellow, grey and white. Painted at the bottom on the inside of the bowl is a central motif of a hare with concentric bands of pattern up to the rim. The paint on the inside is largely undamaged whilst the outside has some significant loss of paint. Painted at the bottom of the outside is a colourful fan tailed bird with concentric bands of pattern up to the rim. Some of the patterned bands on the inside and outside include birds, plants and fruit. Box includes conservation report on the bowl and treatment carried out and a hand drawn “map” of the outside of the painted surface of the bowl indicating areas of missing paint.
Size: Height: 7cm Diameter: 13.5 cm
SAD.653/4
1920-1945
Gourd bowl with painted decoration in a variety of colours including orange-red, sage-green, red-brown, blue, turquoise, yellow, grey and white. Painted at the bottom on the inside of the bowl is a central motif of a sheep with concentric bands of pattern up to the rim. The paint on the inside is largely undamaged whilst the outside has some significant loss of paint. Painted at the bottom of the outside is a colourful fan tailed bird with concentric bands of pattern up to the rim. Some of the patterned bands on the inside and outside include birds, plants and fruit.
Size: Height: 6cm Diameter: 13.5 cm
SAD.653/5
1920-1945
Yellow/orange gourd bowl or cup consisting of a narrow flat-topped rim with a hemispherical body and convex base. It is decorated over most of its body with a series of incised and black charcoal inlaid patterns. These patterns are in concentric rings from the rim to the base of the gourd.
Size: Height: 6 cm
SAD.653/6
1920-1945
Yellow/orange vessel or flask made from a gourd, with a narrow opening on a squat globular body with convex sides and slightly flattened base. It has a strip of leather for a handle attached to either side and extending over the opening. It is decorated over most of its body with a series of incised and black charcoal inlaid patterns and drawings of animals (possibly cattle).
Size: Height: 11 cm Diameter: 34 cm
(iii) Weapons
SAD.654/1
1920-1945
Dagger with a smooth white and black ivory handle with metal wire around some of the handle. There is a damaged circular disc of white ivory for the pommel decorated with inlaid black circles and with a metal bell shaped knob that is attached to the tang of the blade which extends through the whole of the handle. There is patterned metal placed over the guard of the handle and two small bolts through the handle with patterned metal nuts on either side holding them in place. The blade is double edged with signs of rust. The scabbard is made of leather with patterns and decorative ridges and patterened metal portions where the scabbard meets the guard and then at the end of the blade. The end portion of metal on the scabbard has a bell shaped metal end and has a red gem(?) inset
Size: Length: 29 cm Blade length: 18 cm Handle length: 11 cm Scabbard length: 19 cm
(iv) Leatherwork
SAD.654/2
1920-1945
Brown leather shoulder bag with strap. It has triangular and circular shaped patches sewn on the back and front with patterns woven on in red, brown and yellow.
Size: Height: 28 cm Width: 20 cm
SAD.654/3
1920-1945
Red leather shoulder bag with strap. It has triangular and circular shaped patches sewn on the back and front with patterns woven on in white, red, brown and yellow.
Size: Height: 28 cm Width: 20 cm
SAD.654/4
1920-1945
Brown leather shoulder bag with strap. It has triangular and circular shaped patches sewn on the back and front with patterns woven on in white, red, brown and yellow.
Size: Height: 28 cm Width: 20 cm
SAD.654/5
1920-1945
Brown animal hide handbag with leather trim and black stitching, a zip and a popper button
Size: Height: 15 cm Width: 35 cm
SAD.654/6
1920-1945
Red leather handbag with circular patches sewn on and woven patterns in white, black, brown and red. It has a woven leather rope handle and opens out to reveal two patches.
Size: Height: 15 cm Width: 19 cm
SAD.654/7
1920-1945
Brown woven leather armband
Size: Length: 13 cm
SAD.654/8
1920-1945
Red circular leather lid decorated with circular patches and woven patches in black, green, red and white
Size: Diameter: 7 cm
SAD.654/12
1920-1945
Rahat, or girl's apron made from strips of thin rope, decorated with red, blue, black and white beads, coins, buttons, bells, shells and metal beads
Size: Height: 30 cm Width: 20 cm
(v) Metalwork
SAD.654/9
1920-1945
Silver Kordofan Province arm badge with leather straps. The badge has an embossed picture of an antelope (Kudu?) with Kordofan written underneath and three leaf clovers either side.
SAD.654/10
1920-1945
Silver arm badge with leather straps. The badge has an embossed picture of a warthog.
SAD.654/11
1920-1945
Metal Kordofan province badge made with an oval ring with the word Kordofan written on the bottom half and an antelope (Kudu?) set into the middle
Size: Height: 2.5 cm Width: 1.5 cm
(vi) Beadwork
SAD.654/13
1920-1945
Ring stand for jabbana with blue canvas on the inside and beadwork around the outside in a diamond pattern in yellow, blue, white and black
Size: Diameter: 9 cm
SAD.654/14
1920-1945
Ring stand for jabbana with faded purple canvas on the inside and beadwork around the outside in diamond pattern in yellow, blue, white and black
Size: Diameter: 9 cm
SAD.654/15
1920-1945
Ring stand for jabbana with purple canvas on the inside and beadwork around the outside in diamond pattern in yellow, blue, white and black
Size: Diameter: 9 cm
SAD.654/16
1920-1945
Ring stand for jabbana with red canvas on the inside and beadwork around the outside in a diamond pattern in blue, black, white, yellow, red and blue
Size: Diameter: 9 cm
(vii) Paintings and Drawings
SAD.G//S 555/1
1934
Watercolour of two Sudan Defence Force Camel Corps soldiers. Framed and glazed; inscribed “K.A.T, [K.A. Terry, Newbold's sister] El Obeid. '34”
Size: 52 x 38 cm
SAD.G//S 555/2
1934 Feb 25
Pastel and charcoal portrait of Radi, King of Um Gabralla. Framed and glazed; inscribed “K.A.T [K.A. Terry, Newbold's sister], Kordofan Feb 25 1934” and with sticker on the back describing the work as “A Nuba Mountain King (Sudan)” by K.A. Newbold Terry, 31 St John's Wood Road, London, NW8, with a price of £15.15.0
Size: 50 x 40 cm
SAD.G//S 473/3
1934 Feb 25
Mounted but unframed photographic copy of SAD.G//S 555/2 above
Size: 45 x 31 cm
SAD.G//S 555/3
1934 Mar 3
Pastel and charcoal portrait of Radi, nazir of the Aulad Hameid. Framed and glazed; inscribed “K.A.T. [K.A. Terry, Newbold's sister], Nyaro, Kordofan” with sticker on the back describing the work as “A Tribal Head in Kordofan (Sudan)” by K.A. Newbold Terry, 31 St John's Wood Road, London, NW8, with a price of £15.5.0
Size: 50 x 40 cm
SAD.G//S 473/1
1934 Mar 3
Mounted but unframed photographic copy of SAD.G//S 555/3 above
Size: 45 x 31 cm
SAD.G//S 555/4
1934 Feb 23
Pastel and charcoal portrait of Kodilla, Mek of Tira at Tira-El-Akhdar, Kordofan. Framed and glazed; inscribed K.A.T. [K.A. Terry, Newbold's sister]
Size: 64 x 48 cm
SAD.G//S 473/2
1934 Feb 23
Mounted but unframed photographic copy of SAD.G//S 555/4
Size: 45 x 31 cm
SAD.G//S 555/5
ca. 1934
Pastel and charcoal portrait of a Sudanese Arab woman, Kordofan. Framed and glazed; inscribed “K.A.T. [K.A. Terry, Newbold's sister], El Obeid, Milk Girl”
Size: 64 x 48 cm
SAD.G//S 555/7
1956
Framed and glazed posthumous portrait in pastels by Adrian Bury of Macdougal Ralston Kennedy, D.S.O., R. E., with biography stuck on the back and explaining that the portrait was drawn from a description and a photograph taken in 1904
Size: 39 x 32 cm
SAD.508/16
[ca. 1930s]
Charcoal drawing of the profile of a Sudan Defence Force soldier or policeman. Unframed; probably by Newbold's sister, K.A. Terry
Size: 39 x 29 cm
SAD.508/17
[ca. 1930s]
Charcoal drawing of a Nuba woman at Umm Gabralla and profile of a Nuba man. Unframed; probably by Newbold's sister, K.A. Terry
Size: 30 x 23 cm
8. Printed material
Printed material deposited with collection; now integrated into library and catalogued on OPAC
SAD.577/2/1-5
1918 Feb
5 copies of Chlorine no.2, February 1918, a trench magazine produced for the 6th Mounted Brigade, some with annotations by Douglas Newbold; one of which suggests that Newbold was the editor of this magazine
SAD.577/2/6
1916 June 20
Third supplement to the London Gazette. Of Tuesday, the 20th of June, 1916., no. 29632, with passage relating to Newbold's machine gun section underlined
SAD.577/7/1
1947
This Is The Sudan: an illustrated review of Llfe in the Anglo-Egyptian Sudan in 1947. Includes written content in both Arabic and English as well as many photographs illustrating aspects of life in the Sudan, including education, politics, law, health, agriculture, and sport
SAD.577/7/2-4
1956 Mar 8
3 copies of London calling: the Overs Journal of the British Broadcasting Corporation, including an article and details of radio programme due to be broadcast about Douglas Newbold's life