R. O. Collins
Introduction
Robert Oakley Collins
Arrangement

Catalogue
1. Working Papers: theses and books
Source material, notes, early drafts etc for unpublished and published works
Dartmouth senior thesis
Research for Masters degree at Oxford University, 1954-1956
Robert O. Collins, The Southern Sudan, 1883-1898 (Yale U P, 1962)
Collier's Encyclopedia
Jefferson Encyclopedia
Encyclopedia of World Biography
The Encyclopedia Americana
Robert O. Collins, Land beyond the rivers: the Southern Sudan, 1898-1918 (Yale U P, 1971)
Worldmark Press Encyclopedia
Encyclopaedia Britannica
Robert O. Collins, Shadows in the grass: Britain in the Southern Sudan, 1918-1956 (Yale U P, New Haven and London, 1983)
Robert O. Collins and Francis M. Deng, ed., The British in the Sudan, 1898-1956: the sweetness and the sorrow, (Stanford, California, 1984)
Collins, Robert O., The waters of the Nile: hydropolitics and the Jonglei Canal, 1900-1988, (Oxford, 1990)
Robert O. Collins, The waters of the Nile: an annotated bibliography (London: Zell, 1991)
Encyclopedia of the Modern Middle East
J. Millard Burr and R.O. Collins, Requiem for the Sudan: war, drought, and disaster relief on the Nile, (Westview Press, 1995)
Sudan: a country study (Library of Congress for the Federal Research Division, 1991)
J. Millard Burr and Robert O. Collins, Africa's thirty years war: Libya, Chad and the Sudan, 1963-1993 (1999)
J. Millard Burr and Robert O. Collins, Revolutionary Sudan: Hasan al-Turabi and the Islamist state, 1989-2000 (2003)
Working papers, general (not linked to specific publications)
R.O. Collins, A history of the modern Sudan, Cambridge U P, (2007)
2. Unpublished / draft articles, reviews etc by R.O. Collins
3. Advisory work for the Sudan Government and the US Government
4. Conferences attended by R.O.C. including copies of papers presented
5. Personal correspondence and diaries
6. Fellowships, research grants etc.
7. Unpublished conference papers, articles, theses, books etc by other academics
8. Published works
9. Primary source material on the Sudan, particularly on the South
Papers of F.D. Corfield, Sudan Political Service 1926-1952
10. Primary source material on Jonglei
11. Tape logs of archival material and indexes to collection
12. University links
University of California, Santa Barbara
University of Khartoum
University of Bergen
Durham University
13. Societies and Associations
14. Photographic Material
Personal
Sudan
Outside Sudan
15. Maps and Plans
(i) Sudan
(ii) Jonglei
(iii) Egypt
(iv) Uganda
(v) Congo
(vi) Central African Republic
(vii) Ethiopia
(viii) Kenya
(ix) Africa, general
16. Press cuttings and press statements
17. Miscellanea
18. Printed material
Reference code: GB-0033- SAD
Title: R. O. Collins
Dates of creation: 1871-2007
Extent: 50.5 boxes
Held by: Durham University Library, Archives and Special Collections
Created by: R. O. Collins
Language: English; some Arabic and German

Robert Oakley Collins

(b. 1933 )
Robert Oakley Collins, historian of the Sudan, was born in 1933. His interest in Africa, and particularly the Upper Nile, began at Dartmouth College where he wrote his senior thesis on “Emin Pasha in Equatoria” (1954). As a Marshall scholar, he continued to study African history at Balliol College, Oxford where he was awarded an MA in 1956. His doctoral thesis at Yale, which was completed in 1959, was on “The Mahdist invasions of the Southern Sudan, 1883-1898”. It was later published as The Southern Sudan, 1883-1898. A struggle for control (Yale, 1962).

In the past 50 years he has published numerous books, articles and reviews and contributed to countless conferences. His most noted publications include King Leopold, England and the Upper Nile (Yale, 1968), Land beyond the rivers. The Southern Sudan, 1898-1918 (Yale, 1981), Shadows in the grass: Britain in the Southern Sudan, 1918-1956 (winner of the John Ben Snow prize for the best book in British studies, 1984) and The waters of the Nile: hydropolitics and the Jonglei Canal, 1900-1988 (OUP, 1990). Collaboration with F.M. Deng produced The British in the Sudan, 1898-1956: the sweetness and the sorrow (Macmillan, 1984) and with J. Millard Burr, Requeim for the Sudan: war, drought and disaster relief on the Nile (Westview Press, 1995) and Africa's thirty years' war: Libya, Chad and the Sudan, 1963-1993 (1999). His latest work, a history of the modern Sudan, is currently with Cambridge University Press.

Most of Robert Collins' academic career has been spent at the University of California Santa Barbara, where he was Professor of History 1969-1994, but he has been guest lecturer at three of Sudan's universities - Khartoum (where he is a Fellow of the Institute for African and Asian Studies), Juba and the Gezira, as well as, among others, at the universities of Tel Aviv, Bergen, Oxford, Durham and Boston, and the School of Oriental and African Studies. He was a senior associate member of St Antony's College, Oxford (1981, 1987 and 1989), Trevelyan Fellow, Durham University (1986) and Visiting Fellow, Balliol College, Oxford (1987). In 1980 he was awarded the Order of Sciences, Arts - Gold Class, by the Democratic Republic of Sudan for services to Sudanese scholarship.

Numerous grants and awards have enabled him to return regularly to the Sudan to undertake research in the National Records Office, and in the archives of the South. He has also acted as consultant to the High Executive Council of Southern Sudan Regional Government (1975-1983) and to Chevron Overseas Petroleum, Inc., (1981-1991).

1950 - 1954Dartmouth College (BA)
1954 - 1956Oxford University (MA)
1957 - 1959Yale University (PhD)
1959 - 1965Assistant Professor, Williams College
1962 - 1963Visiting Assistant Professor, Columbia University
1965 - 1994Professor of History, University of California Santa Barbara
1968 - 1969Director, Center for Developing Nations, UCSB
1992 - 1994Director, University of California, Washington Center
1994 -Professor of History Emeritus, University of California Santa Barbara


Arrangement

The papers cover the whole of Professor Collins' academic career, from his undergraduate thesis to his most recent publication. Papers concerning his many publications are arranged chronologically, under the title of the thesis, book or article. In addition to published works, there are large numbers of unpublished articles and conference papers, both by Professor Collins and fellow academics. His files of personal correspondence with a wide circle of friends, colleagues, academics, students and former administrators, relate chiefly to research on the Sudan, but also contain much on contemporary political developments there. In the course of many research trips. Professor Collins acquired a vast amount of primary source material, particularly on the South. Much of this is on microfilm, including copies of government files held in the National Records Office in Khartoum. There are also some original papers of former administrators from the Condominium period, notably F.D. Corfield. There is much on the 1965 Round Table Conference on the South and on the Addis Ababa Agreement of 1972, while later papers of the 1980s and 1990s provide information on Operation Lifeline Sudan and on relief and humanitarian work. The section of photographic material includes original 35mm slides taken by Professor Collins on research trips, as well as slides of images from published and other sources acquired for teaching purposes. The collection has been arranged in the following sections:
1. Working Papers: theses and books
2. Unpublished / draft articles, reviews etc by R.O. Collins
3. Advisory work for the Sudan Government and the US Government
4. Conferences attended by R.O.Collins, including copies of papers presented
5. Personal correspondence and diaries
6. Fellowships and research grants
7. Unpublished conference papers, articles, theses, books etc by other academics
8. Published works
9. Primary source material on the Sudan, particularly on the South
10. Primary source material on Jonglei
11. Tape logs of archival material and indexes to collection
12. University links
13. Societies and associations
14. Photographic material
15. Maps and plans
16. Press cuttings and press statements
17. Miscellanea
18. Printed Material

Accession details

Presented by Professor Collins, 1997

Catalogue
1. Working Papers: theses and books
Source material, notes, early drafts etc for unpublished and published works
Dartmouth senior thesis
SAD.908/1/1-324
1954
“Emin Pasha in Equatoria, 1876-1889”, R.O.Collins's [thereafter R.O.C.] senior thesis at Dartmouth College, with letter of comments by Harry R. Rudin of Yale University
SAD.908/2/1-42
1954
Volume of maps of Equatoria for R.O.C.'s Dartmouth senior thesis, “Emin Pasha in Equatoria 1876-1889”
scale:   1 to 3,000,000
Size: 20 maps, each 41 x 35 cm
Research for Masters degree at Oxford University, 1954-1956
SAD.908/3/1-87
1956
Papers relating to research by R.O.C. while a Masters student at Oxford University, including selected bibliography on modern Egypt, list of books to order, correspondence with the Public Record Office and notes on files held there
Robert O. Collins, The Southern Sudan, 1883-1898 (Yale U P, 1962)
SAD.908/4/1-243
1959
Carbon copy of R.O.C's PhD thesis, “The Mahdist invasions of the Southern Sudan, 1883-1898”, presented to the Faculty of the Graduate School of Yale University, with manuscript corrections and covering letter to Professor Scott, 1961
SAD.909/1/1-44
[ca. 1959 - 1962]
Notes and revisions for R.O.C.'s doctoral thesis, later published as The Southern Sudan, 1883-1898 (Yale University Press, 1962)
SAD.909/2/1-140;909/3/1-232
1954 - 1956
Typescript and manuscript notes on source material for research on “The Mahdist invasions of the Southern Sudan, 1883-1898”, chiefly on manuscript material in the National Records Office, Khartoum, [NRO] but including also sources in the Sudan Archive and printed material
SAD.909/4/1-109
1954 - 1956
Typescript and manuscript notes on source material for research on “The Mahdist invasions of the Southern Sudan, 1883-1898”, chiefly on manuscript material in the National Records Office, Khartoum including letters from Emin Pasha and a translation of a report of Emin Pasha of 1885. Included in the file are some later notes from Civil Secretary's files, also in the NRO, formerly recorded on dictaphone tapes 19B, 20A, 27B, 28A, 31B and 32A.
Collier's Encyclopedia
SAD.909/5/1-16
1968
Draft entry by R.O.C. on the Sudan for Collier's Encyclopedia, with related correspondence with the senior editor
Jefferson Encyclopedia
SAD.909/6/1-40
1968 - 1969
Draft entries by R.O.C. on Tanzania, Sudan, Kenya and Uganda for Jefferson's Encyclopedia, with related correspondence with the editor-in-chief
Encyclopedia of World Biography
SAD.909/7/1-26
1969 - 1970
Draft articles by R.O.C. on `Umar Ibn Sa'id Tal, Sir Samuel Baker, Sayyid `Abdullah Khalil, El Ferik Ibrahim Abboud and Sayyid Isma'il al-Azhari for the Encyclopedia of World Biography, with related correspondence between R.O.C. and the editor
The Encyclopedia Americana
SAD.909/8/1-50
1971
Draft articles by R.O.C. for The Encyclopedia Americana on Emin Pasha, Darfur, history of Dongola, Fashoda, Charles George Gordon Pasha, Sudan: government and politics and Republic of the Sudan, with related correspondence with the editor
Robert O. Collins, Land beyond the rivers: the Southern Sudan, 1898-1918 (Yale U P, 1971)
SAD.909/9/1-162
[ca. 1960s]
Notes on archival sources and early manuscript and typescript drafts
SAD.909/10/1-132
[ca. 1960s]
Manuscript and typescript notes on archival sources; copy articles from periodicals; and early drafts
SAD.910/1/1-61;910/2/1-98
[ca. 1960s]
Typescript and manuscript research notes on archival sources, including at the National Records Office and the Sudan Archive, with readers' reports on the first draft of the book by R.L. Hill and G.N. Sanderson and related correspondence, 1967
SAD.910/3/1-91;910/4/1-129
[1960s]
Research notes for Land beyond the rivers, arranged on cards
SAD.910/5-7
[1960s]
Correspondence, notes, biographies etc., concerning individual members of the Sudan Political Service, mostly collected in 1962 and probably used in writing Land beyond the rivers…:
SAD.910/5/1-119
Notes on archive sources, biographical notes, accounts of interviews with individuals and family members etc on V.H. Fergusson (Fergie Bey), C.H. Stigand, J.W.G. Wyld, P. Coriat, D.J. Bethell, R.C. Cooke, J.M. Stubbs, G.F. Elliot-Smith, R.G.C. Brock, P.M. Larken, A.M.A.Vanderspar, J.C.N. Donald, D.H. Weir, D.M.H. Evans, C.B. Tracey, T.H.B. Mynors, J.H. Dick, Sir John Maffey, Dr A. Cruickshank, W.A.D. Davey, C.E. Lyall, Sir Harold MacMichael, T.R.H. Owen, Edward Atiyah, G.F. Bredin, P.B. Broadbent, F.O. Cave, B.D. Dee, C.G. Davies, A.J. Gillan, J.W. Haig, D.H. Hibbert, M.F.A. Keen, J.W. Kenrick, G. King, F.D. Kingdon, A.S. Oakley, M.W. Parr, A.G. Pawson, A.E.D. Penn, Sir James Robertson, Sir George Schuster, S.R. Simpson, A.W. Skrine, Sir Stewart Symes, J.F. Tiernay, C.H.L. Skeet, C.A.G. Wallis, M.J. Wheatley, C.A. Willis, Sir Reginald Wingate, R.K. Winter, P. Young, D. Newbold and P. Hogg
SAD.910/6/1-143
1962 Jun 7 - Oct 31
Correspondence, chiefly with and about former members of the Sudan Political Service, and with fellow academics. Most relate to arrangements to meet for interviews and the existence or otherwise of papers and diaries, but some include reminiscences on the Southern Sudan.
SAD.910/7/1-136
1962 Nov 2 - 1963 Nov 20
Continuation of correspondence above including a number of letters expressing opinions on southern policy
SAD.911/1/1-5
1971
Reviews of Land beyond the rivers: the Southern Sudan, 1898-1918
Worldmark Press Encyclopedia
SAD.911/1/6-23
1975
Notes by R.O.C. for a revision of the Sudan entry in Worldmark Press' Encyclopedia, with copy of the uncorrected text and related correspondence between R.O.C. and the managing editor
Encyclopaedia Britannica
SAD.911/2/1-6
1978 May 10 - Oct 20
Correspondence between R.O.C. and Kathleen Ray, Senior Editor at the Encyclopaedia Britannica concerning revision of R.O.C.'s article on the history of the Nilotic Sudan
SAD.911/2/7-26
1991 Oct 5 - Nov 22
Papers relating to the revision by R.O.C. of his article in the Encyclopaedia Britannica on the Nilotic Sudan, including correspondence with the deputy editor, notes on revisions and new draft bibliography
Robert O. Collins, Shadows in the grass: Britain in the Southern Sudan, 1918-1956 (Yale U P, New Haven and London, 1983)
SAD.911/3/1-41
Notes for chapter 1: “Frontiers of insecurity”; including quotations from published works, intelligence reports, province files at the National Records Office in Khartoum, Foreign Office files at The National Archives [PRO], and other archival sources
SAD.911/4/1-18
Notes for chapter 2: “1924”. Content as above
SAD.911/5/1-18
Notes for chapter 3: “The Ilemi Triangle”. Content as above
SAD.911/6/1-71
Notes for chapter 4: “The Serbonian Bog”. Manuscript notes with tyescript transcripts of material on dictaphone tapes 10A-13A, 15B- 17B, 39B-40B For dictaphone tapes see SAD 953/2-953/36 and 956/1-956/30 below
SAD.911/7/1-168
Notes for chapter 6: “Language and learning”. Manuscript notes with typescript transcripts of material on dictaphone tapes 4B-5A, 21A- 22A,30A-30B, 35B-36A, 38A, 48A-51A ; annotated copy of Ministry of Education, “Proposals for the expansion and improvement of the educational system in the southern provinces, 1951-1956”, Khartoum, 1 May 1950 (Equatoria 17/A/3/5) (See SudA PK1526 SUD) For dictaphone tapes see SAD 953/2-953/36 and 956/1-956/30 below
SAD.911/8/1-173
Notes for chapter 7: “Political habubs and economic realities”. Manuscript notes with typescript transcripts of material on dictaphone tapes 3A, 4A, 24A, 25B, 29A, 39A-39B,56A,63B, 64B and from other sources; extracts from minutes of the 59th meeting of the Governor-General's Council, 29 Jul 1947; “A brief history of Equatoria since 1883”; note on the proceedings of the Juba Conference of Jun 1947; letter to R.O.C. from T.A. Maclagan on southern policy, 1 Dec 1962 For dictaphone tapes see SAD 953/2-953/36 and 956/1-956/30 below
SAD.911/9/1-122
Notes for chapter 9: “Thunder from the Highlands”. Manuscript notes with typescript transcripts of material on dictaphone tapes 36B-37B, 43B, 48A, 53B-54A, 55A-55B, 57B-59B, 60B, 61A; note on the Equatoria Province annual report for 1945 For dictaphone tapes see SAD 953/2-953/36 and 956/1-956/30 below
SAD.912/1/1-62
Notes for chapter 10: “Lengthening shadows”. Manuscript and typescript notes on Bahr al-Ghazal and Equatoria monthly diaries and annual reports, and on other archival and printed sources; transcripts of material on dictaphone tapes 53A-54A For dictaphone tapes see SAD 953/2-953/36 and 956/1-956/30 below
SAD.912/2/1-67
Further notes for chapter 10: “Lengthening shadows”. Manuscript and typescript notes on southern province files; transcripts of material on dictaphone tapes 28B, 29B-30A, 38A-38B For dictaphone tapes see SAD 953/2-953/36 and 956/1-956/30 below
SAD.912/3/1-29
Typescript transcripts of material on Mongalla on dictaphone tapes 1A-3A, 7B-8A, for various chapters For dictaphone tapes see SAD 953/2-953/36 and 956/1-956/30 below
SAD.912/4/1-125
Typescript transcripts of material on Upper Nile Province on dictaphone tapes 30B-33B, 45A- 47B, 50A, 51B-52B, 56A-57A, 59B, 65B; manuscript notes on Upper Nile Province files, for various chapters For dictaphone tapes see SAD 953/2-953/36 and 956/1-956/30 below
SAD.912/5/1-94
Typescript transcripts of material on Bahr al-Ghazal, for various chapters, on dictaphone tapes 16A-16B, 18A-18B, 22A-24B, 25B- 26A, 27A-27B, 34A-35A, 40B-43A, 53B-54A For dictaphone tapes see SAD 953/2-953/36 and 956/1-956/30 below
SAD.912/6/1-50
Typescript transcripts of material on Equatoria, for various chapters, on dictaphone tapes 6A, 20B, 51A-51B, 54A, 57A, 61B-63A For dictaphone tapes see SAD 953/2-953/36 and 956/1-956/30 below
SAD.912/7/1-162
Typescript transcripts of material on southern policy for various chapters, chiefly from Civil Secretary's files, but also printed sources; letter to R.O.C. from C.H.L. Skeet, quoting extracts from letters from Douglas Newbold on southern policy; statement by Muhammad `Abd al-Karim, District Commissioner, on the 1955 mutiny and of his views on the British administration; account of the mutiny at Yambio; letter from S.R. Simpson, 1 Nov 1962, enclosing a statement on the forced evacuation of Kafia Kingi in 1930 and his early impressions of southern policy
SAD.912/8/1-119
Typescript transcripts of material on southern policy for various chapters, chiefly from Civil Secretary's files and including material from dictaphone tapes 12B-15A, 20A-20B, 25A-27A, 60A, 63A For dictaphone tapes see SAD 953/2-953/36 and 956/1-956/30 below
SAD.912/9/1-11
Typescript transcripts of material on intelligence for various chapters, chiefly from Civil Secretary's files and including material from dictaphone tapes 54A-55A For dictaphone tapes see SAD 953/2-953/36 and 956/1-956/30 below
SAD.912/10/1-8
Typescript transcripts of material on security for various chapters, chiefly from Civil Secretary's files and including material from dictaphone tapes 4A, 5A-5B For dictaphone tapes see SAD 953/2-953/36 and 956/1-956/30 below
SAD.913/1/1-51
Typescript transcripts of material on missions for various chapters, chiefly from Civil Secretary's files and including material from dictaphone tapes 7A, 8A-10A, 11A-12A, 13A-13B For dictaphone tapes see SAD 953/2-953/36 and 956/1-956/30 below
SAD.913/2/1-31
Notes for bibliography
SAD.913/3/1-142
1981 Jan 13 - 1990 Nov 5
Correspondence relating to the publication of Shadows in the grass, chiefly with the publisher, Yale University Press and former Sudan Political Service officials who gave interviews during the writing of the book; letters of congratulations, particularly on the award of the John Ben Snow Foundation prize for the best book in British History and the Social Sciences published during 1983; and book reviews
SAD.913/4/1-76
1984 Apr 30 - 1988 Mar 19
Correspondence between R.O.C. and S.R. Simpson (Sudan Political Service, 1926-1953) concerning points raised in Shadows in the grass, in particular the account of the forced evacuation of the inhabitants of Kafia Kingi in western Bahr al-Ghazal into Darfur and the subsequent burning of the village under Simpson's supervision, with copies of the relevant correspondence and memoranda in 1936-37, and copy letters between Simpson and John Winder (Sudan Political Service, 1927-1955) on quotations from Winder's memoirs in R.O.C.'s The British in the Sudan 1898-1956: the sweetness and the sorrow, (1984)
Robert O. Collins and Francis M. Deng, ed., The British in the Sudan, 1898-1956: the sweetness and the sorrow, (Stanford, California, 1984)
SAD.913/5/1-115
[ca. 1979 - 1981]
File of biographical information, chiefly on former British officials of the Sudan administration but including also some Sudanese, probably used in writing the British in the Sudan… and comprising names of province staff for Bahr al-Ghazal, 1905-1935, Mongalla, 1907-1935, Equatorial / Equatoria, 1937-1947; notes of sources of biographical information; notes on the papers of J.W. Robertson and transcript of an interview with him; notes on papers of K. Coriat; correspondence with former administrators about their backgrounds and careers and with Professor Yusuf Badri concerning members of the Badri family; and assorted biographical notes
SAD.913/6/1-101
1980
File of biographical information on former missionaries, staff of the Public Works Department, Education Department and Political Service, both British and Sudanese used in writing chapters 6 and 7 of The British in the Sudan and including transcript of interview with Yusuf Badri by Francis M. Deng and notes on card on Gwynne's Makers of the Sudan
SAD.913/7/1-3
1986
Reviews of The British in the Sudan, 1898-1956: the sweetness and the sorrow: James A. Casada in Albion, v18, 2; John P. Rozier in International Journal of African Historical Studies, v19, 1; and John W. Cell in American Historical Review, Apr 1986
Collins, Robert O., The waters of the Nile: hydropolitics and the Jonglei Canal, 1900-1988, (Oxford, 1990)
SAD.913/8/1-128
1980 Dec 14 - 1982 Dec 21
Papers relating to R.O.C.'s application for and tenure of a Fulbright award to undertake research in the Sudan and the UK on the Jonglei canal, including a copy of the application and correspondence with the Council for International Exchange of Scholars; list of attendees at a talk by R.O.C. at the Ambassador's residence in Khartoum (6 Sep 1981); correspondence with the University of California Santa Barbara concerning leave of absence, with Paul Howell (former member of the Jonglei Investigation Team) and others concerning aspects of the research; letters of introduction; and interim and final reports on the research project by R.O.C.
SAD.914/1/1-108
1983 Jan 5 - 1987 Dec 31
Correspondence relating to R.O.C.'s research on the Jonglei canal for The waters of the Nile which was partly written up during a year long Woodrow Wilson fellowship at the Smithsonian Institute, as a visiting fellow at Trevelyan College, University of Durham and Balliol College, Oxford. Correspondents include Dr. P.P. Howell, formerly of the Jonglei Investigation Team, other academics, staff of the Compagnie de Constructions Internationales (whose construction work on the canal was halted in 1984 after an attack by the SPLA) and G.T.M. International. Included are copy letters from R.O.C. containing observations on the situation in the Sudan during a return visit in 1987 and preliminary correspondence with Oxford University Press
SAD.914/2/1-8
[ca. 1985]
Proposal for sabbatical leave to complete the research for and writing of a book under the working title, “The Jonglei Canal: past and present of a future” during the year 1986/87
SAD.914/3/1-109
1988 Jan 2 - 1991 Oct 31
Correpondence relating to R.O.C.'s research on the Jonglei canal and the publication of The waters of the Nile, including with P.P. Howell, whose book on Jonglei (P. Howell, M. Lock and S. Cobb, eds, The Jonglei Canal: impact and opportunity, Cambridge University Press) came out in 1988, and with the publishers, Oxford University Press
SAD.914/4/1-128
1981 Jun
Permanent Joint Technical Commission for Nile Waters, “The Jonglei Canal: an economic evaluation”
SAD.914/5/1-17
1982
Letter from R.O.C. to Sayyid Bakhit Makki, Permanent Joint Technical Commission for the Nile Waters, Khartoum, enclosing a list of questions on the Jonglei canal, with Sayyid Bakhit's answers and copy map of the Nile basin
SAD.914/6/1-100
[ca. 1980 - 1990]
Source material and notes for The Waters of the Nile, comprising photocopies of extracts from published works, including entries from encyclopaedias; notes on files read from Jonglei Province; “Outline of Dinka customary law in the Jonglei area” by Hunud Abia Kadouf, Customary Law Memorandum 2, 1977 (SAD 914/6/57-58); 1978 report for the Executive Organ, National Council for the Development of the Jonglei Area on the agriculture of the Dinka and Nuer of the Jonglei area (SAD 914/6/59-60); note on the demographic characteristics of the Dinka of Kongor community by M.O.L. Sammani for the Executive Organ for the Development Projects in the Jonglei Area, Jul 1978 (SAD 914/6/61); photocopies of official correspondence in P.P. Howell's files relating to the work of the Southern Development Investigation Team (SAD 914/6/62-91); and notes on an interview with M. Blanc of CCI, 1 Jan 1987 (SAD 914/6/97-100)
SAD.914/7/1-42
[ca. 1980 - 1990]
Manuscript notes on Jonglei, chiefly on the papers of H.A.W. Morrice (former engineer with the Sudan Irrigation Service), held at Rhodes House Library; photocopies of letters from P.P. Howell's files relating to the retirement of members of the Jonglei Investigation Team from government service in 1954, with covering note to R.O.C. of 19 Mar 1990; copy article from East Africa (10 Feb 1984) concerning the suspension of exploration work by the Chevron Oil Company in Southern Sudan; paper by P.P. Howell on the Jonglei scheme, written for the 1983 Durham Sudan Historical Records Conference
SAD.914/8/1-19
[ca. 1980s]
Transcript of interview by R.O.C. of Mme Lucette Vidal on her experiences at Sobat camp, a French village constructed in 1977 by Compagnie de Constructions Internationales to house the canal workers, and its destruction by the SPLA on 10 February 1984
SAD.916/1/1-4
[1980s]
Photograph and negatives of images reproduced in The waters of the Nile:
SAD.916/1/1
Fig.2, page 101: graphs showing measured monthly Mongalla inflows and outflows from the sudd (negative)
SAD.916/1/2
Page 106: Sir William Garstin (negative)
SAD.916/1/3
Page 349: The bucketwheel (b&w photograph)
SAD.916/1/4
Table 4, page 372: Estimated effects of canal on average areas of flooding, Bor to Malakal (negative)
SAD.872/5/1-7
[1980s]
Large photographic prints (20.5 x 25.5 cm) of figures and maps reproduced in The waters of the Nile:
SAD.872/5/1
Fig.1, page 91: photograph of the sudd
SAD.872/5/2
Fig.2, page 101: graphs showing measured monthly Mongalla inflows and outflows from the sudd
SAD.872/5/3
Map 4, page 102: Upper Nile showing the position of the Garstin cut
SAD.872/5/4
Fig.3, page 106: photograph of Sir William Garstin (from Count Gleichen, The Anglo-Egyptian Sudan (1905), 15
SAD.872/5/5
Map 5, page 202: diagram showing Hurst's plan for central storage (with negative)
SAD.872/5/6
Fig.5, page 349: photograph of the bucketwheel
SAD.872/5/7
Table 4, page 372: table showing estimated effects of Jonglei Canal on areas of flooding under three possible natural discharge regimes
SAD.915/1/1-6
[1980s]
Photographs and negatives of maps, plans and tables (probably from other publications) used during the writing of The waters of the Nile, but not reproduced in the book:
SAD.915/1/1-2
Jonglei canal area, vegetation map (b&w print + neg)
SAD.915/1/3
Map showing further drainage and conservation schemes (neg)
SAD.915/1/4
Plan showing alignment of boreholes
SAD.915/1/5
Table showing estimated effects of the Jonglei canal on area of flooding under three possible natural discharge regimes
SAD.915/1/6
Graphs showing effects of the canal - comparison of estimated areas of flooding
SAD.872/5/8-26
[1980s]
Large photographic prints (20.5 x 25.5 cm) of tables, maps and photographs considered for publication in The waters of the Nile, but not used:
SAD.872/5/8
Table showing the estimated effects of canal on average areas of flooding, Bor to Malakal
SAD.872/5/9
Graphs showing the effects of the canal - comparison of estimated areas of flooding, Bor to Malakal
SAD.872/5/10
Map of the Nile (from John Waterbury, Hydropolitics of the Nile Valley (1979)
SAD.872/5/11
Map showing the proposed new channel for the Bahr al-Jabal (with negative)
SAD.872/5/12
Map of the Upper Nile showing further drainage and conservation schemes (similar to map on page 298 of The waters of the Nile
SAD.872/5/13
Map of the sudd showing the route of the Jonglei canal (with negative)
SAD.872/5/14-17
Photographs of the bucketwheel
SAD.872/5/18
Aerial photograph of the sudd
SAD.872/5/19
Aerial photograph of the Jonglei canal
SAD.872/5/20
Photograph of the Bahr al-Zaraf river
SAD.872/5/21
Photograph of the Bahr al-Jabal river (photographer R.O.C.)
SAD.872/5/22
Photograph of Lord Cromer (from Count Gleichen, The Anglo-Egyptian Sudan (1905), 15
SAD.872/5/23
Illustration of southern porters hauling the No 10 steamer through the sudd, from Sir Samuel Baker, Ismailia, 1 (London, 1874), 75
SAD.872/5/24
Photograph of Captain Marchand on the Faidherbe in the sudd (1898)
SAD.872/5/25
Photograph showing the Faidherbe being hauled over the Congo-Nile watershed and launched on the Jur River (1898)
SAD.915/1/7-13
[ca. 1904 - 1950]
Photographs of individuals connected with Nile waters, not included in the book:
SAD.915/1/7-8
Portrait of Sir Evelyn Baring (later Lord Cromer), ca. 1904, British Agent and Consul General, Egypt (1883-1907) (with neg)
SAD.915/1/9
Group at the Aswan Dam, ca. 1904, including Col Sir H. Lyons, Sir W. Garstin, Sir Evelyn and Lady Baring, A. MacCorquodale, Sir M. MacDonald, Sir P. Baker and Sir A. Webb (From Hurst album in the Middle East Centre, St Antony's College, Oxford)
SAD.915/1/10
Guy Charlière
SAD.915/1/11-12
H.G. Bambridge, inspector of irrigation for the White Nile inspectorate of the Egyptian Irrigation Service (1924-1953) (photo and slide)
SAD.915/2/1-16
[ca. 1970s - 1980s]
Photographs of the Jonglei canal, showing construction work and heavy earth moving equipment (not included in the book)
SAD.916/3-916/13
1977 - 1984
Colour negatives of Sobat camp, Shilluk at Doleib Hill, construction work on the Jonglei canal, etc., including some taken on the last day before the camp was attacked and evacuated in Feb 1984. Some, and perhaps all, were taken by Mme Lucette Vidal (see SAD 914/8/1- above)
SAD.914/9/1-74
[1980s]
Card index of personalities involved in Jonglei
SAD.914/10/1-18
[1980s]
Notebook containing handwritten notes by R.O.C. on personalities involved in Jonglei, with business cards enclosed
Robert O. Collins, The waters of the Nile: an annotated bibliography (London: Zell, 1991)
SAD.918/1/1-117
1989 May 22 - 1994 Jul 25
Papers relating to the publication of The waters of the Nile: an annotated bibliography, chiefly correspondence between R.O.C. and the publishers Hans Zell Associates of Oxford, but also including a copy of the contract and royalty statements
SAD.872/5/27
1991
Laminated dust jacket for The waters of the Nile: an annotated bibliography
Encyclopedia of the Modern Middle East
SAD.918/2/1-56
1993 - 1994
Draft articles by R.O.C. on `Abd Allahi Muhammad Turshain, Khalifat al-Mahdi, animism, Ismail al-Azhari, the Bahr al-Abyad, the Bahr al-Arab, the Bahr al-Ghazal, the Bahr al-Jabal, the Beja, Darfur, the Dinka, Kassala, Khartoum University, Kordofan, the Lado Enclave, Muhammad Ahmad ibn al-Saiyid `Abd Allah, al-Mahdi, the Nuer, Muhammad Ja'far Numeri, Omdurman, the sudd, al-Ubayd and the Umma, with related correspondence between R.O.C. and the editor
J. Millard Burr and R.O. Collins, Requiem for the Sudan: war, drought, and disaster relief on the Nile, (Westview Press, 1995)
SAD.918/3/1-20
1986
Correspondence relating to research on the Jonglei canal, later used in Requeim for the Sudan, mostly requests from R.O.C. for information on the canal project and including a completed questionnaire by Sayyid Abel Alier on opposition to the canal
SAD.918/4/1-66
1989 - 1991
Papers relating to Requeim for the Sudan under its working title, “Famine and war in the Sudan 1985-1991: the story of Operation Lifeline”, including prospectus, draft inserts by R.O.C.; OLS report on proposal for one year emergency primary education support in government controlled areas in the south of Sudan and transitional areas in the north, 23 Oct 1989 (SAD 918/4/14-17); correspondence between the authors and with R.O.C.'s literary agent; FEWS Sudan 1991/92 harvest report; and prospectus for the book under its working title
SAD.918/5/1-7
[ca. 1990]
Grant proposal entitled “Thunder on the Nile. A history of the Sudan in conflict, 1956-1988”, submitted by R.O.C. to the Research Committee of the Academic Senate, University of California Santa Barbara. The results of this research appeared in Requiem for the Sudan.
SAD.918/6/1-89
1991 - 1993
Correspondence and other related papers on Requiem for the Sudan under its working title “Thunder on the Nile: war, drought and famine relief in the Sudan, 1983-1993”, chiefly letters between the two authors, with R.O.C.'s literary agent and with various prospective editors, reader's report on the manuscript and draft synopsis
SAD.918/7/1-83
1994
Correspondence between Millard Burr, R.O.C. and the editor at Westview Press concerning the publication of Requeim..
SAD.918/8/1-91
[1980s]
Secondary source material, chiefly relating to the Jonglei canal, used in writing Requiem for the Sudan:
SAD.918/8/1-3
“Preliminary thoughts on the cost-benefits of the Jonglei Canal” by R.O.C.
SAD.918/8/4-7
Handwritten notes on “over-year storage in the Equatorial lakes”
SAD.918/8/8-11
1982 Mar
“The Jonglei canal - a case study of water planning” by Terje Tvedt, University of Bergen
SAD.918/8/12-23
1984-1985
Photocopies of press cuttings from French newspapers on events in the Sudan
SAD.918/8/24-34
1985 Mar 6-9
“The Jonglei Canal: on evolution of the project-model” by M.O. al-Sammani, a paper presented at the Conference on North-South Relations since the Addis Ababa Agreement in Khartoum
SAD.918/8/35-87
1986 Jul 7
“An analysis of the Sudan People's Liberation Movement (SPLM): its history, organization, goals, philosophy, resources, prospects and the implications for United States foreign policy”, a research paper by Major Jean-Luc M. Nash, submitted to the Department of National Security Affairs
SAD.918/8/88-91
1986
Notes for a talk by R.O.C. at Trevelyan College, Durham University on “CCI and the Jonglei canal”
SAD.918/9/1-68
[1980s and 1990s]
Secondary source material, chiefly relating to the Jonglei canal, used in writing Requiem for the Sudan:
SAD.918/9/1-9
“A brief note on the progress in the development programme of the Executive organ of the National Council for the Development in Jonglei canal area”
SAD.918/9/10-12
1984 Jul
Copy article entitled “Jonglei: well-researched - but is it necessary?” from Africa now
SAD.918/9/13-30
United Nations Conference on Desertification, “The Sudan experience in the field of desert encroachment control and rehabilitation”, a country paper presented by the Government of the Democratic Republic of the Sudan
SAD.918/9/31-32
Pages 3 and 4 of an undated typescript report on “Jonglei canal update”
SAD.918/9/33-47
Photocopies of pages from unknown publications on the Nile
SAD.918/9/48-53
1991 Nov
Copy article by Abbashar Jamal on “Funding fundamentalism: Sudan” from Review of African Political Economy, 52, pp103-109
SAD.918/9/54-68
List of contents of “Khartoum Thunder tape log” containing descriptions of files from the NRO translated by Muhammad Adam Kuwa, with synopsis of the discussion of the 12-man committee at the Round Table Conference on Tuesday 8 Jun 1965
SAD.919/1/1-5
[ca. 1995]
Floppy disks containing master copy of Requiem for the Sudan in Microsoft Word file and maps
SAD.915/3/1-3
[ca. 1970s-1980s]
Black and white photograph (with negative and 35mm transparency) of burnt huts at Yei where 200 huts were destroyed
SAD.915/3/4
[1972]
Black and white photograph of a child being treated for malnutrition at the hospital in Juba. Photographer: W. Van de Linde for the UNHCR.
SAD.915/3/5
[ca. 1980s]
Colour photograph of malnutrition patient in Kapoeta hospital
SAD.915/3/6-25
[ca. 1980s-1990s]
Colour photographs of famine victims, Southern Sudan, all undated and without identifications
SAD.915/4/1-4
[ca.1980s-1990s]
Colour photographs of victims of the civil war in Southern Sudan
SAD.915/3/26
1990 Aug 18
Colour photograph of malnourished mother and child, newly arrived at Itang refugee camp
SAD.915/3/27
[ca.1980s-1990s]
Colour photograph of an SPLM/SPLA sign in Southern Sudan: “Defence of the liberated areas is a duty for all the citizens”
SAD.915/3/28
1990
Colour photograph of an armed soldier in front of cattle pen
SAD.915/5/1-17
[ca.1980s-1990s]
Photographs included in Requeim for the Sudan:
SAD.915/5/1
1989
James Grant and Robert Reid of UNICEF await departure of UN-flagged train from Muglad to Aweil. Photographer: Renee Bafalis (b&w)
SAD.915/5/2
1989 Mar
AID/OFDA director Julia Taft and PM Sadiq al-Mahdi discuss Operation Lifeline Sudan. Photographer: Renee Bafalis (b&w)
SAD.915/5/3
1988
Displaced Southern Sudanese living in unused boxcars, Babanusa. Photographer: Renee Bafalis (b&w)
SAD.915/5/4
Southern Sudanese youth. Photographer: Renee Bafalis (b&w)
SAD.915/5/5
1989
Aweil Aircraft and AirServ cargo plane. Photographer: Renee Bafalis (b&w)
SAD.915/5/6
Displaced Southern Sudanese woman. Photographer: Renee Bafalis (b&w)
SAD.915/5/7
1989
Congressman Mickey Leland visiting a camp for displaced Southern Sudanese, Khartoum. Photographer: Renee Bafalis (b&w)
SAD.915/5/8
1990
Malnourished children in an Upper Nile refugee camp. Photo by Roger Winter (colour)
SAD.915/5/9
1990
Emaciated orphans awaiting Inimix in a refugee camp near Waat. Photo by Roger Winter (colour)
SAD.915/5/10
1990
John Garang de Mabior, leader of the Sudan People's Liberation Army, in Equatoria. Photographer: Roger Winter (colour)
SAD.915/5/11
Roger Winter (right), director of the US Committee for Refugees, meeting with John Garang (left) and SPLA spokesman Lam Akol. Photo: US Committee for Refugees (b&w)
SAD.915/5/12
Elderly female Sudanese refugee found walking in the Central African Republic, between Bambouti and Bassiqbiri. Photographer: Jean Durand for the UNHCR (b&w)
SAD.915/5/13
1992
Refugees seeking food in the bush, Equatoria. Photographer: Roger Winter (colour)
SAD.915/5/14
Unidentified bodies near the Ethiopian border (colour)
SAD.915/5/15
Burned shell of a hut destroyed by civil war. Photographer: R.O.C. (b&w)
SAD.915/5/16
1992
Flooded village of the Nuer, Upper Nile. Photographer: Roger Winter (colour)
SAD.919/2/1-80
[1990s]
File of maps, mostly photocopies from published sources, used in compiling maps for Requeim for the Sudan, with some related correspondence with the cartographers and 4 floppy disks containing copies of maps. Included are two original maps, as follows:
SAD.919/2/23[MP]
[n.d.]
Map of the Ethiopia - Sudan boundary as demarcated in the Anglo-Italian agreements of 1899-1922, the Anglo-Ethiopian treaties of 1902 and 1907 and the Gwynn demarcations of 1903 and 1909. Office of the Geographer, Department of State.
scale:   1 in to 50 miles
Size: 53 x 54 cm
SAD.919/2/25[MP]
1984
Map of Southern Sudan, sheet 3. Sudan Survey Department, Khartoum, Oct 1946, corrected 1984.
scale:   1 to 2,000,000
Size: 60 x 78 cm
Sudan: a country study (Library of Congress for the Federal Research Division, 1991)
SAD.919/3/1-80
1990 - 1991
Papers relating to R.O.C.'s contribution of chapter 2, “The society and its environment” and chapter 3, “The economy” to Sudan: a country study, produced by the Federal Research Division, including contracts with the Library of Congress, correspondence with the editor and outline of contents.
SAD.919/4/1-123
[1991]
Draft copy of chapter 2, “The society and its environment” for Sudan: a country study
SAD.919/5/1-88
1991
Draft copy of chapter 3, “The economy of the Sudan” for Sudan: a country study
J. Millard Burr and Robert O. Collins, Africa's thirty years war: Libya, Chad and the Sudan, 1963-1993 (1999)
SAD.919/6/1-209
[ca. 1990s]
Files of notes and draft chapters for a book on political developments in the Sudan, particularly affecting the south up to 1969. A mixture of manuscript and typescript, some of the material was used in writing Africa's thirty years war and is arranged roughly in the following sections:
SAD.919/6/7
Record of refugees living in Uganda as of 31 Dec 1967
SAD.919/6/9-28
1980 Dec 4
Paper on “The peopling of Eastern Equatoria (Southern Sudan)” presented by Severino M. Matti, Deputy Director for Culture and Archives
SAD.919/6/29-35
Manuscript notes on Madi district
SAD.919/6/38-53
Southern Sudan Provisional Government
SAD.919/6/54-67
Equatoria
SAD.919/6/68-79
The Bahr al-Ghazal 1968
SAD.919/6/80-84
The Southern Front
SAD.919/6/85-105
Events leading up to the 1955 mutiny
SAD.919/6/106-111
The rise of the Anya-Nya
SAD.919/6/112-116
Upper Nile
SAD.919/6/117-121
Eastern Equatoria
SAD.919/6/122-127
Western Equatoria
SAD.919/6/128-33
Bahr al-Ghazal
SAD.919/6/134-40
The end of Abboud's government and the Round Table Conference
SAD.919/6/141-146
Government oppression, June and July 1965
SAD.919/6/147-153
SANU and the Azania Liberation Front
SAD.919/6/154-175
The Southern Sudan Provisional Government
SAD.919/6/183-209
Politics in Khartoum 1965-1969
SAD.920/1/1-31
[ca. 1998]
Printout of chapter titles, subtitles and footnotes, under the manuscript's working title, “Thirty years' war: the Chad-Libya-Sudan tangle, 1963-1993”, with drafts of chapters 9 and 10 on floppy disk and letter to R.O.C. from Burr inviting him to collaborate
J. Millard Burr and Robert O. Collins, Revolutionary Sudan: Hasan al-Turabi and the Islamist state, 1989-2000 (2003)
SAD.920/1/32-59
[ca. 2001]
Outline for a book under the working title “The Sudanese cockpit: the impact of Islamic fundamentalism”, with covering letter from Burr to R.O.C., inviting him to collaborate
Working papers, general (not linked to specific publications)
SAD.920/2/1-6
[ca. 1970s]
Handwritten notes on “quotable quotes”
SAD.920/2/7-12
[ca. 1970s]
Handwritten lists of names of British Governors and District Commissioners, with dates of appointment, in southern provinces during the Condominium
SAD.920/2/13-23
1981
Handwritten notes by Abu Gabar, E.O. Dilling, on South Kordofan Province
SAD.920/2/24-73
1983 - 1984
Photocopy of R.O.C.'s notebook containing handwritten notes on interviews with a variety of individuals in the Sudan, particularly in the south, including government officials and members of the SPLM/A
SAD.920/3/1-37
1982 and 1987
Notebook containing notes by R.O.C. of interviews undertaken in the Sudan in 1982, chiefly relating to Jonglei, with loose pages of notes inserted on interviews conducted in 1987
SAD.920/4/1
[ca. 1986]
Typescript note by R.O.C. on “The Southern Sudan political organizations”
SAD.920/4/2-6
[ca. 1980s]
Manuscript notes by R.O.C. on primary sources in British and Sudanese archives on the Murle and the Ilemi triangle
SAD.920/4/7-19
[ca. 1980s]
Manuscript notes on various theses on Sudanese history: “Appearance and reality in the Southern Sudan: a study in the British administration of the Nuer 1900-1930” by Olav Digernes, University of Bergen, 1978; “The Southern Sudan and the Sudan: a case study in conflict” by Mustafa Ali Arbab, University of London, 1974; “Southern Sudan and eastern Nigeria: a comparative study in conflict resolution” by Kamal El Din Osman Salih, 1977; “The Anya-Nya movement: its military and political aspects” by Elias Nyamlell Wakson, University of Khartoum, 1978; “The people's regional assembly elections of November 1973” by Mom Kou Nhial Arou, University of Khartoum, 1975; and “The Round Table Conference and the search for a constitutional solution to the problem of the Southern Sudan 1964-1969” by Mohamed Ali Mohamed Salih, University of Khartoum, 1971
SAD.920/4/20-25
[ca. 1990s]
Graphs showing annual rainfall index for central Sudan, 1900-1989 and annual flows of the Nile at Aswan, table showing from where the waters of the Nile flow and map of the Sudan showing rivers and dams, all printed on glossy paper
scale:   3cm to 500 km
R.O. Collins, A history of the modern Sudan, Cambridge U P, (2007)
SAD.957/1-957/3
2007
Unedited typescript of "A history of the modern Sudan", due for publication in 2007. This version is 80,000 words longer than the published version.
2. Unpublished / draft articles, reviews etc by R.O. Collins
SAD.920/5/1-108
1962 - 1974
Reviews by R.O.C. of books on African history, mostly photocopies or offprints from a variety of journals, with some typescript drafts and related correspondence
SAD.920/6/1-152
1975 - 1995
Reviews by R.O.C. of books on African history, mostly photocopies or offprints from a variety of journals, with some typescript draft and related correspondence
SAD.920/7/1-37
[ca. 1960s]
“Origins of the Nile struggle: Anglo-German negotiations and the Mackinnon Agreement of 1890” an article by R.O.C., Williams College
SAD.920/7/38-40
[ca. 1960s]
Draft introduction by R.O.C. to a book entitled “Development institutions in historical perspective: conflict and harmonization - the Sudan”
SAD.920/7/41-63
[ca. 1960s]
“Autocracy and democracy in the Southern Sudan: the rise and fall of the chiefs' courts”, a draft paper by R.O.C.
SAD.920/8/1-4
[ca. 1960s]
Note by R.O.C. on the Allah water cult
SAD.920/8/5-16
[ca. 1979]
“Indirect rule in theory and practice in the Southern Sudan”, a paper by R.O.C.
SAD.958/2/1-8
1981 Sep 6
Text of a speech entitled “The Southern Sudan in historical perspective”, given by R.O.C. at the residence of the U.S. Ambassador C. William Kontos, in Khartoum
SAD.920/8/17-21
1982 Jul 27
Invitation to a lecture by R.O.C. on “The Southern Sudan: perspectives for the future”, given at the American Ambassador's residence in Khartoum, with draft notes for the lecture
SAD.920/8/22-30
[ca. 1983]
“The sequence of events that led to renewed fighting in the Sudan”, a paper by R.O.C.
SAD.920/8/31-44
1984 Jun 6
Notes for a lecture by R.O.C. to Chevron on “The Southern Sudan today”
SAD.921/1/1-49
1985
“The Sudan at the crossroads, 1985”, a draft article by R.O.C. for The Middle East Annual. Issues and Events, 5 (1985), 69 - 96. ed David H. Partington, G.K. Hall & Co., with contract and related correspondence with the editor and publishers
SAD.921/2/1-35
1985
Draft article on “The Sudan” by R.O.C. for Animal Kingdom, with contract, revisions and related correspondence with the editor
SAD.921/3/1-8
[ca. 1985]
Detailed comments by R.O.C. on Raymond C. Kelly, The Nuer conquest: the structure and development of an expansionist system (1985), with draft letter to Kelly
SAD.921/3/9-27
1986 Oct 23
“The Sudan Peoples Liberation Army: when push comes to shove”, a paper prepared for the Middle East Institute Conference on the Sudan, Washington
SAD.921/3/28-30
1986 Nov
“Robinson and Gallaher revisited” a paper by R.O.C., written at Trevelyan College, Durham
SAD.921/3/31-42
1987
Proposal for a brief book on the Southern Sudan for a general rather than academic readership, under the working title “The Southern Sudan in peace and war”, with related correspondence between R.O.C. and his literary agent
SAD.921/4/1-44
[ca. 1987]
“Southern Sudan perspectives 1850 - 1956”, an article by R.O.C. published in Bulletin Egypte. Droit, Economie, Sociéte, 1987
SAD.921/4/45-73
1989
Draft copy of Sudanese nationalism and the unification of the Sudan 1939-1946 by R.O.C. (Aldershot, 1989)
SAD.921/5/1-6
[ca. 1989]
Draft confidential memorandum by R.O.C. on the three tiers of the Sudanese government and approaches to him by a Sudan government representative to ascertain from John Garang his reaction to the peace dialogue
SAD.921/5/7-10
[ca. 1980s]
Notes by R.O.C. on “British land policy in the Northern and Central Sudan 1899-1939” by Maymouna Mirghani Hamza
SAD.921/5/11-17
[ca. 1980s]
Uncompleted draft article by R.O.C. on “Jomo Kenyatta: meeting at Nyeri July 26, 1952” with typescript bibliography and photocopies of printed sources on Mau Mau
SAD.921/5/18-21
[ca. 1980s]
Draft article by R.O.C. on Ahfad University
SAD.921/5/22-28
[ca. 1980s]
Notes for an illustrated lecture by R.O.C. on “The Mahdist revolution: 1881-1885”
SAD.921/5/29-43
1990
Analysis by R.O.C. of articles by Peter K. Bechtold, Francis M. Deng, Carolyn Fluehr-Lobban, Gabriel R. Warburg, Mary C. Kilgour, Stephen Kontos and John O. Voll in a special issue of Middle East Journal, evaluating the work for possible publication in book form
SAD.924/4/1-10
[ca. 1990]
“The independent Sudan”, a draft article, author unknown, but probably by R.O.C.
SAD.921/6/1-7
1991 - 1992
Notes for a lecture on “Food as a genocidal weapon: the case of the Sudan”, delivered by R.O.C. at the University of California Los Angeles for the Interdisciplinary Committee on Genocide and its Prevention (ICOP) in Feb 1992, with related correspondence from Sondra Hale, Chair of ICOP and poster advertising the lecture
SAD.921/6/8-25
1991
“Food as a weapon in the Sudan civil war 1988”, a draft article by R.O.C. for Great events from history II: human rights (1992), with related correspondence with Salem Press
SAD.921/7/1-7
1993 Nov
Synopsis of R.O.C.'s contribution on “The modern history of Sudan” to a Foreign Service Institute area studies programme
SAD.921/7/8-16
2001 Jun
“Oil, water and war in the Sudan”, a collection of personal observations, impressions and interpretations by R.O.C.
SAD.924/11/27-32
2002
Review by R.O.C. of Patrick F. D'Arcy, Laboratory on the Nile: a history of the Wellcome Tropical Research Laboratories (New York, 1999) for Science, Technology and Society, with covering letter from the editor, Michael Osborne
SAD.921/7/17-37
2004
“Disaster in Darfur”, a paper prepared by R.O.C. for the July edition of Géopolitique africaine
SAD.921/7/38-40
2005 Jan
“The Navaisha enigma: myth and reality”, a short paper by R.O.C.
3. Advisory work for the Sudan Government and the US Government
SAD.957/5/1-99
1976 Mar 31 - Nov 7
Papers relating to a trip by R.O.C. and his wife to the Southern Sudan, at the invitation of the Regional Ministry on Information and Culture, to report on ways of collecting and preserving materials on the recent history of Southern Sudan, including correspondence and telegrams regarding the terms of reference for the project, arrangements for travel, accommodation and meetings, and delays to their return due to an outbreak of Marburg disease; surveillance orders issued on their return to the US; hotel and bank receipts; and notes and check lists
SAD.957/6/1-50
1976
Notebook kept by R.O.C. during the Southern Sudan Historical Retrieval Project, recording districts visited and government files inspected
SAD.957/7/1-20
1976
Enclosures from notebook SAD 957/6/1-50 above:
SAD.957/7/1-15
List of Nasir (Eastern Nuer) district files
SAD.957/7/16
Schedule of local government councils' filing system
SAD.957/7/17-20
Notes, chiefly of names and telephone numbers of officials consulted
SAD.957/8/1-35
1976 Sep 4 - Oct 9
Typescript copy of diary of R.O.C.'s trip to Sudan for the Southern Sudan Historical Retrieval Project, transcribed from dictaphone tapes, and recording discussions with Sammani Yaqub, the Chancellor of the new University of Juba (SAD 957/8/1-4); visit to the proposed site in Juba for the new university and the new parliament building (SAD 957/8/2-3); inspection of Yei District files (SAD 957/8/4-6); visit to Iwatoka plantation (SAD 957/8/7); inspection of Maridi District files (SAD 957/8/8-9); inspection of Equatorial Province Agricultural Corporation, Yambio Agricultural Research Station and Yambio District files (SAD 957/8/10-12); visit to the Bahr al-Ghazal with inspections of the district files at Gogrial, Aweil, Tonj, Rumbek and Yirol, and the province files at Wau (SAD 957/8/15-22); visit to the White Nile Brewery (SAD 957/8/19); impressions of the Bahr al-Ghazal (SAD 957/8/22-24); prolonged stay in Malakal due to an outbreak of Marburg disease (SAD 957/8/25-35)
SAD.957/9/1-88
1976 - 1977
Draft report by R.O.C. for the Southern Sudan Historical Retrieval Project, with notes used in compiling the report
SAD.957/10/1-53
1976 - 1977
Southern Sudan Historical Retrieval Project: terms of reference, signed by Mading de Garang, Minister of Information, Culture, Youth and Sports, 11 Aug 1976 and final report by R.O.C., 15 Jan 1977
SAD.957/11/1-16
1976 Oct 10 - Nov 8
Press cuttings from a variety of American newspapers and journals concerning the outbreak of a deadly disease in Southern Sudan, which prevented the Collins leaving Malakal while it was under quarantine, and which was later identified as a form of Warburg disease
SAD.921/8/1-10
1981 Oct 29
Draft background paper on the current situation in the Sudan for presentation to the Sub-committee of the House of Representatives on African Affairs
SAD.921/8/11-29
1984
“The current situation in the Southern Sudan”, a paper presented by R.O.C. to the Department of State Sudan conference in Washington on 18 September 1984, with related correspondence and letter of agreement
SAD.921/9/1-68
1992 - 1993
Briefing papers, with related correspondence, chiefly between R.O.C. and Donald K. Petterson. Apart from the first, all were prepared for a briefing of the new US Ambassador to the Sudan, Donald K. Petterson in Washington in Jul 1992.
SAD.921/9/1-25
“The implications for U.S. policy of Islamic fundamentalism in Africa” by Steve Ginsburg for the House Foreign Affairs Africa Subcommittee hearing
SAD.921/9/32-36
“The SPLA: divided and beleagured”, by R.O.C.
SAD.921/9/38-41
“North-South conflict and the interplay of ethnic politics in the Sudan”, author unknown
SAD.921/9/42-44
“Political Islam: the National Islamic Front”, by John O. Voll
SAD.924/9/45-46
“Islamic law, banking and politics: shura and sharia” by Carolyn Fluehr-Lobban
SAD.921/9/47-48
“The Islamic old guard in the north and west” by Robert S. Kramer
SAD.921/10/1-4
[ca. 1992]
Short paper, probably by R.O.C., on Sudanese members of the National Islamic Front resident in the USA
SAD.921/10/5-92
1993 Jan 24 - 1994 Apr 19
Papers relating to R.O.C.'s work for CREDO (the Center for Racial Equality and Democratic Opportunity, Inc.) including various drafts of a paper by R.O.C. on “The United States and the Sudan: a program to establish policy”, later issued by CREDO as “The United States and the Sudan: a policy proposal”, with related correspondence and a draft paper by David Chand on “Conceptual framework on the United States foreign policy towards Sudan”
SAD.921/11/1-9
1993 Feb 3 - Mar 26
Papers relating to a Congressional Staff Forum on “The Sudan: the next Somalia?”, including programme and briefing papers
SAD.922/1/1-198
1993 Feb 19 - Oct 1
Papers relating to R.O.C.'s testimony before the Senate Foreign Relations Sub-Committee, including:
SAD.922/1/2-14
1993 Feb 19
Amnesty International report on “Sudan: patterns of repression”
SAD.922/1/15-16
Letter to George F. Ward, Acting Assistant Secretary of State for International Organizations, supporting the proposed resolution by the UNCHR regarding the human rights situation in the Sudan
SAD.922/1/17-19
1993 Mar 1
Memorandum by Tom Callaghan, SFRC African Affairs on background to the civil war and current situation in the Sudan
SAD.922/1/20-25
1993 Mar 3
Copy of Senate Resolution 94 with regard to the tragic humanitarian crisis in the Sudan
SAD.922/1/28-33
1993 Mar 7
Appeal to the Sub-Committee on Foreign Affairs from Southern Sudanese living in the USA for intervention in the Sudan crisis
SAD.922/1/34-44
1993 Mar 8
Written statement by R.O.C. to the Senate Sub-Committee on Africa on recent developments in the Sudan
SAD.922/1/56-60
1994 Apr 7
Faxed copy of draft joint resolution of the House and Senate on Sudan
SAD.922/1/61-67
1993 Apr 30
Written statement by R.O.C. to the Senate Sub-Committee on Africa on conditions in the Southern Sudan with specific reference to the Sudan Peoples Liberation Movement / Army
SAD.922/1/70-86
Maps and statistics to support the testimony
SAD.922/1/87-91
1993 May 4
Statement of Roger P. Winter, Director U.S Committee for Refugees, on recent developments in Sudan
SAD.922/1/94-99
1993 May 4
Testimony of Nelson Kasfir, Professor Government, Dartmouth College
SAD.922/1/100-103
1993 May 28
Faxed copy of an agreement signed by representatives of the SPLM/A - Mainstream and SPLM/A - United for the withdrawal of military personnel from an area of 45 miles radius from Ayod. Kongor, Waat and Yuai
SAD.922/1/105-98
1993 Oct 1
Copy of the Senate hearing transcript of 4 May 1993 on the crisis in the Sudan
SAD.922/2/1-11
1993 Mar 8-10
Copies of written statements on recent events in the Sudan presented by R.O.C. to the Subcommittee on Africa, Committee on Foreign Affairs, House of Representatives
4. Conferences attended by R.O.C. including copies of papers presented
SAD.922/3/1-22
1971 - 1972
Correspondence relating to R.O.C.'s participation in the 1972 African Studies Association meeting in Philidelphia when he organised a panel on “The Sudan in the seventies: an historical perspective on the future”
SAD.922/3/23-56
1980
“The Toposa question, 1912-1927” a paper presented by R.O.C. at the annual meeting of the African Studies Association at Philadelphia, 16 October 1980
SAD.922/4/1-60
1980 Oct 2 - 1982 Nov 26
Correspondence, chiefly between R.O.C. and Gabriel Warburg relating to R.O.C.'s participation in the 4th international conference of the Middle Eastern Institute at the University of Haifa on “Islam, nationalism and radicalism in Egypt and Sudan in the 20th century” in Dec 1981, with a copy of his paper on “Bastion against Islam: the Upper Nile in the twentieth century”
SAD.921/5/1-3
1980 Dec 3 - 4
Invitation to R.O.C. to participate in a seminar at the School of Oriental and African Studies on “The archaeology and ethno-history of the Southern Sudan and adjacent areas”
SAD.922/5/4-15
1981 May 6
“African history is a precarious profession”, a paper presented by R.O.C. at the 11th annual conference of the Canadian Association of African Studies in Calgary
SAD.922/5/16-19
1982
Durham Sudan Historical Records Conference: draft copy of comments by R.O.C. at the closing session
SAD.922/6/1-28
1983 Feb 18 - May 13
Papers relating to R.O.C.'s participation in the World Affairs Council of Northern California annual conference on “The Middle East: can we have equity and equilibrium?”, including conference programme and list of participants, with related correspondence
SAD.922/7/1-35
1983 - 1984
Papers relating to a conference on “Africa and the Second World War” at the School of Oriental and African Studies in May 1984, including correspondence between R.O.C. and David Killingray of Goldsmith's College and a copy of R.O.C.'s paper on “The Sudan Defence Force and the Italian-Ethiopian campaign in the Second World War”
SAD.922/8/1-15
1984 Jan 15 - Oct 31
Correspondence, chiefly between R.O.C., A.H.M. Kirk-Greene (St Antony's College, Oxford), Edmond J. Keller (UCSB), Peter Duignan (Hoover Institution) and William C. Kontos (State Department), concerning their participation in a panel at the African Studies Association meeting at Los Angeles on “The British Colonial Service”
SAD.922/9/1-32
1984 - 1985
Correspondence relating to the proposed presentation by R.O.C. of a paper on “Ibn Saud, Sir Gilbert and the boundaries and delimitation of Saudi Arabia” at a conference at Imam Muhammad Ibn Saud Islamic University in Riyadh (not presented), including 4 x 5 in negatives of images reproduced in An Arabian Diary: Sir Gilbert Clayton (opp p16), King `Abd al-Aziz ibn `Abd al-Rahman ibn Faysal ibn Saud (opp p17) and map of Saudi Arabia (opp p7) (SAD 916/14/1-3)
SAD.922/10/1-29
1985
“Sudanese nationalism, southern policy and the unification of the Sudan 1939-1946”, a paper presented by R.O.C. at the International Conference on Sudanese Nationalism, Khartoum, Jan 1985
SAD.922/10/30-37
1985
Papers relating to R.O.C.'s participation in the June conference of the Pacific Coast Branch of the American Historical Association as chair of the panel on African history
SAD.922/11/1-19
1985
“African-Arab relations in the Sudan”, a paper presented by R.O.C. at the annual meeting of the Middle East Studies Association in New Orleans, Louisiana, Nov 1985
SAD.922/11/20-41
1985
“The civil war in the Sudan, 1983-1985”, a paper presented by R.O.C. at the annual meeting of the African Studies Association in New Orleans, Louisiana, Nov 1985; later published in the Journal of Third World Studies, Spring 1986
SAD.922/12/1-13
1985
Correspondence relating to the 28th annual meeting of the African Studies Association at New Orleans, where R.O.C. organised a panel on “The military in Africa and the Middle East: indigenous forces and foreign influences”
SAD.922/12/14-34
1985 - 1986
Correspondence relating to R.O.C.'s attendance at a symposium on the history of the nationalist movement in the Sudan at the Institute of African and Asian Studies, University of Khartoum in Jan 1986
SAD.923/1/1-11
1985 - 1986
Papers relating to an International Symposium of African Studies on the Nile Basin, organised jointly by the Institute of African Research and Studies of Cairo University and the Institute of African and Asian Studies of the University of Khartoum, held in Cairo in Mar 1987, including copy of R.O.C.'s application form and abstract of proposed paper on the Jonglei Canal
SAD.923/1/12-25
1985 - 1986
Correspondence relating to R.O.C.'s participation at the fifth annual conference of the Sudan Studies Association at Northwestern University in Apr 1986 as guest lunch speaker and while there, to give a lecture and seminar in the Program of African Studies
SAD.923/2/1-102
1986
Papers relating to the Middle East Institute's conference on the Sudan in Washington, 23 Oct 1986, including a copy of R.O.C.'s paper, “The Sudan Peoples Liberation Army: when push comes to shove”, “Sudan: prospects for the civilian government” by Nelson Kasfir of Dartmouth College, “Summary: the Islamization policy” by John Voll, “Sudanese foreign policy” by Sally Ann Baynard, and related correspondence
SAD.923/3/1-29
1986 - 1987
Papers relating to the International Symposium of the Nile Basin at the University of Cairo Institute of African Research and Studies where R.O.C. presented a paper entitled “Jonglei canal: past, present and future”, including copy of the programme and related correspondence, chiefly with Gabriel Warburg
SAD.923/4/1-46
1986 - 1988
Correspondence relating to the proposed Sudan Studies Association sponsored conference in Khartoum at the Institute of African and Asian Studies in Jan 1987, including abstracts of papers, and concerning the SSA 7th annual meeting in Williamsburg in Apr 1988 where R.O.C. was keynote speaker
SAD.923/5/1-15
1987
Papers relating to the Middle East Institute's 41st annual conference in Washington on “Shaping the future: forces for change in the Middle East”, including a conference programme, outline for R.O.C.'s paper on “Ethnicity and stability in the Sudan” and cards containing questions presented to R.O.C. in writing by delegates
SAD.923/6/1-62
1987
Papers relating to R.O.C.'s participation at the African Studies Association annual meeting at Denver, Colorado, from 20-22 Nov 1987, including an invitation to R.O.C. to chair a panel on the local origins of nationalism, preliminary draft programme for the conference, correspondence with academics on the panel and copy of a paper by Dr Brian S. Hoyle of the University of Southampton entitled “The synthetic eye: geographical research and political change in East Africa”
SAD.923/7/1-30
1987 - 1988
Papers relating to R.O.C.'s participation in the Foreign and Commonwealth Office Research Department conference on water resources and politics in the Middle East, including related correspondence on Nile waters with T.E. Evans of Sir M. MacDonald and Partners Ltd, list of participants in the conference and abstract of paper presented by Dr J.A. Allan of the School of Oriental and African Studies
SAD.923/8/1-23
1988 Jun 5
“The civil war in the Sudan, 1983-1985”, a paper presented by R.O.C. to the annual meeting of the African Studies Association in New Orleans
SAD.923/8/24-34
1988
“A critique of the writing on modern Sudan's political history: what is to be done?”, a paper presented by R.O.C. at the 7th annual meeting of the Sudan Studies Association, 1988
SAD.923/9/1-15
1988
“In search of the Sudanese” a keynote speech by R.O.C. delivered at the annual banquet of the Sudan Studies Association of the United States in Williamsburg, Virginia, 15 Apr 1988
SAD.923/10/1-85
1988
Papers relating to R.O.C.'s participation in the conference on “Religion and Politics in the Sudan” at the Centre de Recherches Africaines, Paris, 22-24 Jun 1988, including programme and copies of the following academic papers:
SAD.923/10/5-19
“Africa begins at Malakal”, by R.O.C.
SAD.923/10/20-36
“Kadhafi, Numeiri et Islam” by Hervé Bleuchot
SAD.923/10/37-43
“Ethnic relations in south western Dar Funj (1750-1984)” by Christian Delmet (summary)
SAD.923/10/44-68
“Le rapport entre la finance Islamique et le politique en Egypte et au Soudan. Quelques éleménts de comparaison”, by J.F Rycx
SAD.923/10/69-85
“Le S.P.L.A., les parties Sudistes légaux et la question religieuse” by Gérard Prunier
SAD.923/11/1-35
1988 Oct 13 - 1992 May 28
Papers relating to R.O.C's participation in the workshop on the long-distance trade in slaves across the Sahara and the Black Sea, held at the Rockefeller Conference Centre in Bellagio, Italy, Dec 1988 and to the publication of the workshop papers as a special issue of Slavery and Abolition, 1991
SAD.923/12/1-7
1988 Nov 17 - 1989 Feb 28
Correspondence relating to R.O.C.'s participation in the Northeast African Studies conference at Michigan State University in Apr 1989
SAD.923/13/1-31
1989
Papers relating to R.O.C.'s proposed participation in a conference on “Tradition and Modernisation in Africa Today” in Budapest, including a copy of his paper, “Egypt on the Brink?” (not presented)
SAD.924/1/1-8
1989
Invitations from the Sudanese Islamic Front of U.S.A. to attend a seminar in Washington on the Southern Sudan conflict, with seminar programme and copy of a statement called “The Howard Understanding” which was agreed by participants at the seminar, calling on the international community to exert influence to stop the war in the Sudan
SAD.924/1/9-18
[ca. 1980s]
Draft memorandum by R.O.C. on “Rivalry and conflict in southern Kurdufan”, intended as an analysis for employees of Chevron Overseas Petroleum Company and Chevron of the Sudan of the relationships between the Arab and African populations of southern Kordofan
SAD.924/1/19-30
1990
Papers relating to R.O.C.'s participation in roundtable discussions at the Defense Intelligence College in Washington, including correspondence and R.O.C.'s notes for his presentation
SAD.924/2/1-30
1990 - 1991
Papers relating to R.O.C.'s participation in the Second International Sudan Conference at Durham in 1991, including letters requesting financial support, correspondence with Terry E. Evans of Sir M. MacDonald & Partners on Nile flow measurements, copy of the paper presented by R.O.C. at the conference, “Nile Waters - will they flow?” and photograph of conference delegates (SAD 924/2/30)
SAD.924/3/1-26
1990 - 1991
Papers relating to the UCLA International Conference on “Impact of natural disasters” including copy of R.O.C.'s paper entitled “Egypt on the brink. The Nile, neither control nor water”, correspondence with the organising committee, list of committee members, etc.
SAD.924/4/11-17
1991 Mar 21
Notes for an illustrated lecture by R.O.C. at Boston College on “New politics, war and famine in the Sudan”
SAD.924/4/18-23
1991 Mar 21
Notes for a lecture by R.O.C. at Boston University on “The Jonglei canal, Nile control and the environment”
SAD.924/5/1-15
1991
Papers relating to the Sixth Annual Workshop on African Politics at La Jolla, California, where R.O.C. was a discussion leader in the session “Enduring conflicts in the Horn: Ethiopia, Somalia, Sudan”, including agenda, list of participants and related correspondence
SAD.924/6/1-2
1993 Apr 30
Invitation from the Coalition for Peace in the Horn of Africa to a briefing by members of the Sudan National Democratic Alliance regarding “The prospects for peace and democracy in Sudan”
SAD.924/6/3-11
1993 May 12
Programme for a conversation with John Garang at the Center for Strategic and International Studies, Washington, DC, including biographical note on Garang and list of participants
SAD.924/6/12-15
1993 May 13
Invitation from the U.S. Committee for Refugees to a briefing on “Peace and the humanitarian situation in Sudan” by Dr John Garang
SAD.924/7/1-23
1993
Papers relating to the African Studies Association annual meeting in Boston where R.O.C. chaired a panel on “Ethnicity, Islam and state power in Northeast Africa” and acted as discussant on “Eritrea: the referendum and beyond”, including a copy of the draft programme and related correspondence
SAD.924/8/1-79
1995
Papers relating to the Sudan Studies Association 14th Annual Conference on “Conflict resolution in the Sudan” at Villanova University, including correspondence with members of the SSA, conference programme, abstracts of papers presented and copies of papers by Ismail H. Abdalla on “The history of Sudan that has not been written” and by R.O.C. on “Requeim for the Sudan, 1983-1993”
SAD.924/9/1-15
1997 Nov 20-23
“Slavery in the Sudan revisited”, a paper prepared by R.O.C. for the Interdisciplinary Journal of Middle Eastern Studies and presented to the annual meeting of the African Studies Association at Ohio State University
SAD.924/9/16-38
1997
“The blood of experience: the conflict in the Southern Sudan. A search for common ground”, a paper presented by R.O.C. at a conference at the Cedar Glen Conference Center, Ontario, Canada, sponsored by the Institute of Peace and Conflict Studies at Conrad Grebel College, Waterloo, Ontario, Canada and the African Studies Association in Canada, Project Ploughshares and the United Church of Canada,14 Feb 1997
SAD.924/9/39-71
1997
“The Jonglei Canal: past and present of a future”, a paper presented by R.O.C. at the International Nile Conference, “The Nile: civilization, history, myths” at Tel Aviv University, 19-22 May 1997
SAD.924/10/1-34
1997
“‘The best laid schemes o'mice and men’. In search for the waters of the Nile, 1900-2000”, a paper presented by R.O.C. at the International Nile Conference “The Nile: Civilisation, History, Myths” at Tel Aviv University, 19-22 May 1997
SAD.924/10/35-54
1997
“Africans, Arabs, and Islamists: from the conference tables to the battlefields in the Sudan”, a paper presented by R.O.C. to the Fourth Triennial Meeting of the International Sudanese Studies Association at the American University in Cairo, 12-14 Jun 1997
SAD.924/11/1-7
[ca. 1990s]
Notes for an illustrated lecture by R.O.C. on “Nile control: its development, politics and the role of the Jonglei canal”
SAD.924/11/8
[ca. 1990s]
Notes for a lecture by R.O.C. on “History, hydropolitics and the Nile. Nile control: myth or reality?”
SAD.924/11/9
[ca. 1990s]
List of slides for illustrated lecture on “Egypt in drought”
SAD.924/11/10-26
2000
“Malakal revisited: Britain in the Southern Sudan after fifty years”, a paper presented by R.O.C. to the Fifth Triennial Meeting of the International Sudanese Studies Association at the University of Durham, 30 Aug - 1 Sep 2000
SAD.924/11/33-37
[n.d.]
Notes for a lecture by R.O.C. on “Evans-Pritchard and the vanishing Nuer”
5. Personal correspondence and diaries
SAD.924/12/1-2
1967
Copy letter from William B. Macomber, Assistant Secretary for Congressional Relations, to Senator Robert F. Kennedy concerning Father A.G. Mondini's expression of concern for the people of the Southern Sudan
SAD.957/4/1-14
1968 Feb 5 - Mar 15
Letters home from R.O.C. in the Sudan and Uganda to his parents: reception in Khartoum and attendance at a conference there, visit to Soba and dinner with President al-Azhari (SAD 957/4/1-5); trip to visit archaeological sites including Meroë and Musawwarat (SAD 957/4/6-7); visits to Juba and Wau, discussions with local officials, politicians and priests, preparations for southern elections, break in American-Sudanese relations (SAD 957/4/8); from Uganda with detailed description of his travels through the country by car, visiting historical and Nile sites (SAD 957/4/9-14)
SAD.957/4/15-18
1973 Mar 19 - 23
Letters from from R.O.C. to his parents concerning a lecture tour in Israel
SAD.924/12/3-16
1976 Oct 13 - Dec 21
General correspondence between R.O.C. and friends, colleagues and former administrators, chiefly relating to affairs in, and research on the Sudan, particularly the south, requests to participate in seminars and for support in securing scholarships, and including R.O.C. to Sudanese friends concerning his recent trip to the Sudan and to Dr M.I. Abu Salim of the Central Records Office, Khartoum concerning the state of archives in the south (SAD 924/12/9-12)
SAD.924/13/1-70
1977 Jan 7 - Dec
General correspondence between R.O.C., friends and colleagues, chiefly relating to affairs in, and research on the Sudan, particularly the south, requests for support from Sudanese students, etc., and including letters relating to R.O.C.'s recent trip to Southern Sudan, Dr M.I. Abu Salim re R.O.C.'s report to the Minister of Information, Culture, Sports and Youth on the establishment of a regional archive at Juba (SAD 924/13/4,11); and Susan Jorgensen re the murder of two Sudanese students at the University of California, Davis (SAD 924/13/21-23)
SAD.924/14/1-28
1978 Jan 15 - Dec 26
General correspondence between R.O.C., friends and colleagues, chiefly relating to affairs in, and research on the Sudan, particularly the south, and requests for support from Sudanese students, etc., including Douglas Johnson, Severino M. Matti and R.O.C. re Johnson's appointment as Assistant Director of the archives in Juba (SAD 924/14/13-14,16-20)
SAD.924/15/1-27
1979 Jan 8 - Dec 4
General correspondence between R.O.C., friends and colleagues, chiefly relating to affairs in, and research on the Sudan, particularly the south, including re R.O.C.'s proposed research trip to the south, plans for an exhibition of Dr John Bloss' photographs of the Sudan and lack of progress in setting up a regional archive in Juba
SAD.924/16/1-39
1980 Jan 21 - Dec 18
General correspondence between R.O.C., friends and colleagues, chiefly relating to affairs in, and research on the Sudan, particularly the south, including R.O.C. to Dr Abu Salim thanking him for the conferment of the Order of Science, Arts and Art, Gold Class (SAD 924/16/2) and to other Sudanese in appreciation of kindnesses extended during his latest research trip; John Bloss re his photographic collection and enclosing copy letters with Tom Fuller about a possible exhibition of the photographs in the USA (SAD 924/16/22-39)
SAD.951/14/1-81
1980 - 1982
Letters home from R.O.C. and his wife to R.O.C.'s parents while on research leave in England, the Sudan and Italy, describing life in Oxford, progress with his various books and the social life there (SAD 951/14/1-21); a trip to Paris (SAD 951/14/22); from Juba, as the guest of Bona Malwal (SAD 951/14/23); Christmas in Italy (SAD 951/14/26-27); stopover in London (SAD (951/14/28-29); and from Khartoum while researching Jonglei, describing his daily routine, discussions with Sudanese friends, visits to Chevron sites in the south and trips to Kordofan and to Jonglei (SAD 951/14/30-80)
SAD.925/1/1-117
1981 Feb 19 - Dec 21
General correspondence between R.O.C., friends, colleagues and former administrators, chiefly relating to affairs in, and research on the Sudan, particularly the south, requests to participate in conferences,to provide book reviews, and to testify before the House Sub-committee on African Affairs of the Committee on Foreign Relations of the House of Representatives at the hearings on Libya, Chad and the Sudan, and including Bona Malwal and Norman J. Singer concerning political developments in the south, with the dissolution of the People's National Assembly (SAD 925/1/57-59,67-68,90-91)
SAD.958/1/1-51
1981 Jul 17 - Sep 8
Personal diaries of R.O.C.'s trip to the Sudan, handwritten in two notebooks, and describing a short stay in Khartoum before travelling to the South to undertake research in the Juba archives while staying with Bona Malwal, and including visits to Juba, Jambo, Mongalla and Bor. Daily entries include names of all people encountered, both Sudanese and expatriate and the range of subjects discussed, account of a serious car accident and the return to Khartoum, giving a speech at the American Ambassador's residence (see SAD 958/2/1-8) and holding further discussions with government officials and academics.
SAD.925/2/1-117
1982 Jan 6 - Jun 29
General correspondence between R.O.C. and friends, colleagues and former administrators, chiefly relating to affairs in, and research on the Sudan, particularly the south, participation in academic conferences, notably the Durham Sudan Historical Records conference in April, requests for assistance by Sudanese students wishing to study in the USA, and including Eluzai Abe Hakim, University of Juba, concerning the result of elections in Equatoria (SAD 925/2/13); Stuart Halpine, Director U.S. International Communication Agency, Khartoum re political developments there (SAD 925/2/16-18); D.M.H. Evans re the attitude of the British administration in the Sudan to the spread of Christianity and southern policy (SAD 925/2/37-38,83); J.G.S. Macphail re his disagreement with S.R. Simpson over events at Kafia Kingi in the early 1930s (SAD 925/2/75-77,98-100); and R.O.C. and P.P. Howell, commenting on J.A. Mangan's work on the Sudan Political Service and the public school system (SAD 925/2/84-88)
SAD.958/3/1-106
1982 Apr 18 - Aug 8
Personal diaries of R.O.C.'s trip to the Sudan to undertake work for Chevron, handwritten in two exercise books, with enclosed notes. Long daily entries describe his stay in Khartoum, searching in the National Records office for material on Jonglei and for "Tales from the Bog"; detailed discussions with a wide circle of people, both Sudanese and expatriate on the current political situation, higher education and Nile hydrology; attendance at a graduation ceremony at Ahfad University (SAD 958/3/22); notes on Nile waters (SAD 958/3/29-33); trip to the Chevron oilfield at Rub Kona (SAD 958/3/50-53); elections for the new President of the High Executive Council ( SAD 958/3/57); meeting with John Garang (SAD 958/3/63); trip to Malakal, Juba, Rub Kona and Muglad on behalf of Chevron (SAD 958/3/75-77); biographical notes on Southern politicians (SAD 958/3/79-83); long description of a trip west, stopping at Ed Dueim, Bakht er Ruda, Um Ruwaba, El Obeid, Shaykan, Dilling and Kadugli, meeting with local officials at each stop (SAD 958/3/84-96)
SAD.925/3/1-107
1982 Jul 3 - Dec 31
General correspondence between R.O.C. and friends, colleagues and former administrators, chiefly relating to affairs in, and research on the Sudan, particularly the south, requests to review the work of Sudanese academics and to assist Sudanese students wishing to study in the USA, and including R.O.C.'s itinerary of his trip to the western region (SAD 925/3/10-15); Hilary Logali, enclosing notes on educational aids to the Southern Region of the Sudan (SAD 925/3/26-30); R.O.C. to Hilary Logali re plans by Direct Relief International to provide medical equipment and pharmaceuticals for the Southern Region (SAD 925/3/74-75); R.O.C. to P.S. Young reporting on his recent visit to the Jonglei canal and on the latter's memorandum on southern policy, written in 1940, with Young's reply (SAD 925/3/85-86,92,101-102); and J. Winder re progress at Jonglei, the decline of Malakal and his recollections of officials and missionaries in Upper Nile Province, with R.O.C.'s reply (SAD 925/3/91,98-100,105-107)
SAD.925/4/1-58
1983 Jan - Jun
General correspondence between R.O.C. and friends, colleagues, fellow academics and former administrators, chiefly relating to affairs in, and research on the Sudan, particularly the south, requests for assistance for Sudanese students wishing to study in the USA, and including draft letter to Joseph Tambura, President of the High Executive Council of the Southern Regional Government, on behalf of the Chevron Oil Company concerning potential educational projects which could be supported by Chevron (SAD 925/4/1-2); R.O.C. to Francis Deng re British officials referred to in the manuscript of “The British in the Sudan, 1898-1956: the sweetness and the sorrow” (SAD 925/4/12-14); and R.O.C. to John Winder concerning Chevron's activities in the south, with Winder's reply enclosing a list of bull names (SAD 925/4/15-17,22-25)
SAD.925/5/1-77
1983 Jul - Sep
General correspondence between R.O.C. and friends, colleagues, fellow academics and former administrators, chiefly relating to affairs in, and research on the Sudan, particularly the south, comments on R.O.C.'s latest book, Shadows in the grass, requests for reviews, etc., and including Stephen Siemens enclosing a copy of his doctoral research proposal on “Zande cosmology and formal analogy: ethnography and analysis” (SAD 925/5/24-61)
SAD.925/6/1-49
1983 Oct - Dec
General correspondence between R.O.C. and friends, colleagues, fellow academics and former administrators, chiefly relating to affairs in, and research on the Sudan, particularly the south, comments on Shadows in the grass, especially from former administrators, requests for assistance for Sudanese students wishing to study in the USA and for reviews, and including R.O.C. to Lawrence Modi Tombe, Minister for Services, Equatoria Region concerning the despatch of a consignment of medical equipment to Juba by Direct Relief International (SAD 925/6/7); and Peter Molloy re difficulties facing foreign workers in Southern Sudan (SAD 925/6/45-47)
SAD.929/7/1-43
1983 Oct 15 - 1984 Dec 10
Correspondence relating to Southern Sudanese students in need of financial assistance in order to complete or undertake postgraduate studies in the UK and USA, particularly after funding was withdrawn by the Sudan Government on political grounds
SAD.925/7/1-130
1984 Jan - Jun
General correspondence between R.O.C. and friends, colleagues, fellow academics and former administrators, chiefly relating to affairs in, and research on the Sudan, particularly the attack by southern rebels on the Chevron facility at Rub Kona and the bombing in Omdurman, requests for assistance for Sudanese academics and students wishing to study in the USA and for reviews, comments on Shadows in the grass, especially from former administrators like John Winder and J.G.S. Macphail, etc., and including Douglas Johnson concerning the release of Bona Malwal from detention in Khartoum (SAD 925/7/43-44); Charles Bailey, enclosing a copy of his article on “Jonglei: the hydrology of rural development” in Sudan Environment, 2 (3), 1982 (SAD 925/7/115-118); and draft letter from “Concerned Sudanese in America” to President Numeiri expressing concerns at the actions of the military regime (SAD 925/7/126-128)
SAD.925/8/1-118
1984 Jul - Dec
General correspondence between R.O.C. and friends, colleagues, fellow academics and former administrators, chiefly relating to affairs in, and research on the Sudan, particularly the continuing state of emergency there, comments on Shadows in the grass, especially from S.R. Simpson, and re its award of the John Ben Snow prize for best book in British studies and social sciences written by a N. American author in 1983, requests for assistance for Sudanese academics and students wishing to study in the USA and for reviews, and to attend conferences
SAD.929/8/1-47
1985
Correspondence between R.O.C. and a number of Southern Sudanese prospective doctoral students, some with curriculum vitae, requesting help in securing funding in order to undertake studies in the USA
SAD.925/9/1-83
1985 Jan 5 - Mar 25
General correspondence between R.O.C. and friends, colleagues and former administrators, chiefly relating to affairs in, and research on the Sudan, particularly the south, applications by Sudanese students to study at the University of California Santa Barbara, attendance at conferences, comments on R.O.C.'s publications, requests for reviews etc.
SAD.926/1/1-84
1985 Apr 5 - Sep 26
Continuation of correspondence relating to the Sudan, with content similar to SAD 925/9/1-83 above and including R.O.C. to Christopher Williams concerning the coup of 6 Apr 1985 (SAD 926/1/33-34)
SAD.926/2/1-61
1985 Oct 12 - Dec 23
Continuation of correspondence relating to the Sudan, with content similar to SAD 925/9/1-83 above
SAD.926/3/1-115
1986 Jan - Mar
General correspondence between R.O.C. and friends, colleagues, fellow academics, students and former administrators, chiefly relating to affairs in, and research on the Sudan, particularly the south, requests for assistance with obtaining scholarships and academic posts and for reviews, letters of thanks from R.O.C. to Sudanese friends encountered at the recent conference in Khartoum, and including Tom Ofcansky, enclosing a draft article by Brig Gen Osman Ahmed Eisa on “The Sudan: history, economy, relations with USA” (SAD 926/3/43-53), with comments by R.O.C. (SAD 926/3/66-67); R.O.C. to Tara Treacy, commenting on Charles Gurdon's Sudan in transition: a political analysis, Special Report no. 226 (SAD 926/3/70-73); R.O.C. to Gabriel Warburg re the current situation in the Sudan (SAD 926/3/75-76); and R.O.C. to Dr Mohamed Mahgoub Malik, Sec-Gen of the National Records Office, enclosing a letter of support for the work of the NRO (SAD 926/3/86-87)
SAD.926/4/1-93
1986 Apr - Jun
General correspondence between R.O.C. and friends, colleagues, fellow academics, students and former administrators, chiefly relating to affairs in, and research on the Sudan, particularly the south, and including R.O.C. to Philip Winter and Mansour Khalid with his impressions of events in the Sudan during his visit in Jan, with Khalid's reply (SAD 926/4/12-13,58-59,85-87); Fr S. Santandrea, reminiscing on his time in the Southern Sudan (SAD 926/4/66-67); and William L. Cleveland, enclosing a copy letter from George Antonius to P.G. Elgood of 1933 in praise of G.F. Clayton, found during a research trip to Jerusalem (SAD 926/4/73-79)
SAD.926/5/1-108
1986 Jul - Sep
General correspondence between R.O.C. and friends, colleagues, fellow academics, students and former administrators, chiefly relating to affairs in, and research on the Sudan, particularly the south, requests for letters of recommendation, to attend comferences and to provide reviews, and including copy of Sadiq al-Mahdi's new government policy statement (SAD 926/5/12-17); curricula vitae for the Prime Minister and members of the Sudanese government (SAD 926/5/33-41); R.O.C. to Mansour Khalid re the latter's attempts to organise a meeting for John Garang in Washington (SAD 926/5/56-57); John Winder concerning trees at Malakal (SAD 926/5/63); and R.O.C. to Maj Jean-Luc Nash with comments on his paper, “An analysis of the Sudan People's Liberation Movement (SPLM): its history, organization, goals, philosophy, resources, prospects and the implications for United States foreign policy” (SAD 926/5/75-79)
SAD.926/6/1-15
1986 Sep 19 - Dec 11
Personal letters from R.O.C. to his mother, describing his activities at Durham where he was Trevelyan Fellow
SAD.926/7/1-135
1986 Oct - Dec
General correspondence between R.O.C. and friends, colleagues, fellow academics, students and former administrators, chiefly relating to affairs in, and research on the Sudan, particularly the south, and to his sojourn as Trevelyan Fellow at Durham University, requests for letters of recommendation, to attend conferences and to provide reviews, and including P.P. Howell concerning his forthcoming book on the Jonglei Canal (SAD 926/7/47-51); Fr S. Santandrea with further reminiscences on his time in the Southern Sudan (SAD 926/7/80-82); and John Winder concerning the Jonglei Canal (SAD 926/7/107)
SAD.926/8/1-118
1987 Jan - Jun
General correspondence between R.O.C. and friends, colleagues, fellow academics, students and former administrators, chiefly relating to affairs in, and research on the Sudan, particularly the south, requests for reviews and articles and assistance with obtaining scholarships, thanks for hospitality etc., and including Daniel Bangot Kier concerning Southern Sudan political parties (SAD 926/8/11-16); R.O.C. to Lesley Forbes with an assessment of the political situation in the Sudan, witnessed during a recent visit there (SAD 926/8/20-21); Henry Keown-Boyd re Sudan Intelligence Reports (SAD 926/8/49-50); Gerard Prunier re bibliographical references to Ugandan Nubis, the descendants of Emin Pasha's Sudanese troops (SAD 926/8/54-56); and R.O.C. to Dr Mansour Khalid re the failure of the SPLM to make the case for the South in the USA and the UK (SAD 926/8/78)
SAD.927/1/1-115
1987 Jul - Dec
General correspondence between R.O.C. and friends, colleagues, fellow academics, students and former administrators, chiefly relating to affairs in, and research on the Sudan, particularly the south, comments on R.O.C.'s publications, requests for assistance in obtaining financial support, for reviews of academic works and for participation in conferences etc., and including Ahmad Sikainga re the deteriorating situation in Khartoum (SAD 927/1/5-6); Henry Keown-Boyd, enclosing a copy of his article comparing the Khomeini regime and the Mahdiyah (SAD 927/1/17-20); John Winder concerning a recent massacre of Dinka by the Rizaiqat at Al Diein (SAD 927/1/99); and David S. Bassiouni requesting assistance with the publication of Joseph Lagu's manuscript Towards “Owiny-Ki-Bul and beyond” (SAD 927/1/102-110)
SAD.927/2/1-69
1988 Jan - Mar
General correspondence between R.O.C. and friends, colleagues, fellow academics, students and former administrators, chiefly relating to affairs in, and research on the Sudan, particularly the south, and including requests for assistance in obtaining financial support and to act as external examiner or reviewer, etc., and R.O.C. to S.R. Simpson concerning R.O.C.'s account in Shadows in the Grass of Simpson's role in events at Kafia Kingi in 1931 (SAD 927/2/12); R.O.C. to Professor Waterbury re Joseph Lagu (SAD 927/2/14); P.P. Howell regarding Ugandan interests in Nile waters (SAD 927/2/33-34)
SAD.927/3/1-81
1988 Apr - Jun
General correspondence between R.O.C. and friends, colleagues, fellow academics, students and former administrators, chiefly relating to affairs in, and research on the Sudan, particularly the south, the completion of his Jonglei manuscript and including requests to attend conferences, Duncan Hunter Doolittle re the discovery of General Archibald Hunter's letters to his brother from 1886-1898 (SAD 927/3/18), with R.O.C.'s reply (SAD 927/3/26-27); and P.P.Howell concerning his research on the Mutir dam and conclusions drawn from the latest FCO papers released on the Nile waters (SAD 927/3/32,56,58,79)
SAD.927/4/1-113
1988 Jul - Dec
General correspondence between R.O.C. and friends, colleagues, fellow academics, students and former administrators, chiefly relating to affairs in, and research on the Sudan, particularly the south, requests to attend conferences, to act as reviewer, and to help in obtaining positions for Sudanese scholars in the USA, and S. Agius concerning the shortage of water in Egypt (SAD 927/4/5); R.O.C. to Dr Mansour Khalid concerning the need for the SPLM to be more politically active in the UK and the USA and re his recent visit to the Sudan (SAD 927/4/21,51); R.O.C. to Ahmad Sikainga regarding his recent visit to the Sudan and the destruction caused by the floods in Khartoum (SAD 927/4/45-47); R.O.C. to P.P. Howell concerning Willcocks' proposal to plant trees along the Bahr al-Jabal as a means of sudd control, his recent observation of floods in Khartoum and his impressions of political and military developments in the Sudan (SAD 927/4/59-61); R.O.C. to Robin Burgess re sources for the study of famine relief in the Sudan during the Condominium (SAD 927/4/76-77); L. Cheney re the award to R.O.C. of a Fellowship from the National Endowment for the Humanities (SAD 927/4/96)
SAD.927/5/1-127
1989 Jan - May
General correspondence between R.O.C. and friends, colleagues, fellow academics, students and former administrators, chiefly relating to affairs in, and research on the Sudan, particularly the south, participation in conferences, requests to comment on academic papers and dissertations and to review books, requests for financial assistance for students etc., including comments by R.O.C. on a doctoral thesis by al-Jamal Daud Abdullah entitled “Imperialist competition and conflict in the Blue Nile Valley, 1885-1941” (SAD 927/5/1-14 ); P.P. Howell re his chairmanship of a steering committee appointed by the Anti-Slavery Society to report on slavery in the Sudan, with R.O.C.'s reply (SAD 927/5/43-51,62-63,65-66); Eli J. Sasaran, with comments on R.O.C.'s article “In search of the Sudanese” (SAD 927/5/54-55); R.O.C. to Lee Burchinal, enclosing a short article entitled “The Sudan in conflict, 1956-1989” (SAD 927/5/68-72); R.O.C. to Tom Ofcansky re political factionalism in the Sudan Army (SAD 927/5/80); Congressman Robert Lagomarsino concerning affairs in Southern Sudan and enclosing a photocopy of United States Department of State, Regional Brief. East Africa: Sudan, Feb 1989 (SAD 927/5/107-119)
SAD.927/6/1-94
1989 Jun - Dec
General correspondence between R.O.C. and friends, colleagues, fellow academics, students and former administrators, chiefly relating to affairs in, and research on the Sudan, particularly the south, requests to review the work of other academics, to participate in conferences and for assistance in obtaining financial support, and including Ahmad Sikainga re the coup in the Sudan (SAD 927/6/27-28,49); R.O.C. to Eli Sasaran and Chris Hedges concerning political developments in the Sudan since the coup (SAD 927/6/73-75,78-80); and P.P. Howell concerning his work on the Jonglei Investigation Team, in particular the support or lack of from contemporary officials, and his attendance at a meeting with FCO and Sudan Government representatives to discuss the merits of a constitutional plan for a federal system in the Sudan (SAD 927/6/91-92)
SAD.927/7/1-17
1989 - 1990
Correspondence (by fax) relating to the presentation of a donation of USD 20,000 by the Chevron Oil Company of Sudan for projects approved for assistance through the Mickey Leland Memorial Fund
SAD.927/8/1-60
1990 Jan - Jun
General correspondence between R.O.C. and friends, colleagues, fellow academics, students and former administrators, chiefly relating to affairs in, and research on the Sudan, particularly with reference to events after the June 1989 coup, requests for assistance in obtaining scholarships, etc., and including R.O.C. to Eli Sasaran re rising tensions in the Sudan and Sudanese tolerance, with Sasaran's reply (SAD 927/8/2-5,16-19,36-39,56-58); and David Chand, enclosing copies of articles written by him to the New York Times on the execution of 28 Sudanese military officers (SAD 927/8/51-55)
SAD.958/4/1-36
1990 Jun 27 - Sep 6
Typescript copy of personal diary of R.O.C., transcribed from dictaphone tapes, and covering a stay in Khartoum after the military coup, meetings with a wide circle of people, both Sudanese and expatriate, discussions, chiefly on the current political situation and higher education, and working in the National Records Office; a request from the Foreign Minister that R.O.C. act as intermediary with the SPLA/M (SAD 958/4/11); public lecture on Jonglei at the Sharqah Hall (SAD 958/4/24); and visit to Ahlia University (SAD 958/4/27-28). There is much on the frustrations of daily life in Khartoum, shortages of electricity and supplies and increasing bureaucracy. (For the tapes from which this diary was transcribed, see SAD 956/31-36 below).
SAD.956/31-36
1990
Dictaphone tapes of R.O.C.'s diary of his trip to Khartoum, numbered 1,3-7. See above for transcript.
SAD.928/1/1-106
1990 Jul - Dec
General correspondence between R.O.C. and friends, colleagues, fellow academics, students and former administrators, chiefly relating to affairs in, and research on the Sudan, particularly with reference to events after the June 1989 coup, requests to participate in conferences and for assistance in obtaining financial support, concerning the publication of The waters of the Nile etc., and including R.O.C. to Robert Brooks concerning issues relating to waters of the Nile (SAD 928/1/26-29)
SAD.928/2/1-100
1991 Jan - Jun
General correspondence between R.O.C. and friends, colleagues, fellow academics, students and former administrators, chiefly relating to affairs in, and research on the Sudan, particularly the south, comments on and reviews of The waters of the Nile, R.O.C.'s experiences during a recent research trip of life in the Sudan since the coup, support for Sudanese wishing to study in the USA, and including a copy article from unnamed periodical on Manute Bol, a Southern Sudanese basket ball star in the USA (SAD 928/2/61-66)
SAD.928/3/1-49
1991 Jul - Dec
General correspondence between R.O.C. and friends, colleagues, fellow academics, students and former administrators, chiefly relating to affairs in, and research on the Sudan, particularly the South, requests for reviews, support for Sudanese wishing to study in the USA, and including A.H.M. Kirk-Greene enclosing a copy of his article from an Oxford magazine on “Not Dr Livingstone, I presume” (SAD 928/3/5-7)
SAD.928/4/1-82
1992 Jan - Jun
General correspondence between R.O.C. and friends, colleagues, fellow academics, students and former administrators, chiefly relating to affairs in, and research on the Sudan, particularly the south, support for overseas students wishing to study in the USA, his work on Thunder on the Nile: war, drought and disaster relief in the Sudan, 1983-1993, and appointment as Director of the University of California programmes in Washington DC, and including Philip Winter concerning his travels in Southern Sudan (SAD 928/4/13-16); and R.O.C. to Khalid Medani enclosing a copy of statements before the Subcommittee on Africa of the Committee on Foreign Affairs, House of Representatives on the “Libya-Sudan-Chad triangle: dilemma for United States policy” (SAD 928/4/70-78)
SAD.928/5/1-40
1992 Jul - Dec
General correspondence between R.O.C. and friends, colleagues, fellow academics, students and former administrators, chiefly relating to affairs in, and research on the Sudan, particularly the south, requests for reviews, participation in conferences, support for Sudanese students wishing to study in the USA, etc., and including John W. Frost enclosing a draft copy of the introduction and closing chapter of his work on “The first cataract: an account of African origins” (SAD 928/5/16-27); Mark W. Friedman re support for Edward Bona Malwal's application for political asylum (SAD 928/5/28-30), with R.O.C.'s reply (SAD 928/5/32-33)
SAD.928/6/1-32
1993
General correspondence between R.O.C. and friends, colleagues, fellow academics, students and former administrators, chiefly relating to affairs in, and research on the Sudan, particularly the south, invitations to participate in discussion groups, etc., and including Sam Clayton concerning the biography of his father, G.F. Clayton (SAD 928/6/2-3); Tom Callaghan concerning the work of the Sudan Working Group in the US Senate (SAD 928/6/4-12); Ahmad Sikainga re the failure of the talks at Abouja (SAD 928/6/14); Tom Callaghan on the showing of a film on Capitol Hill on torture and genocide in the Nuba Mountains (SAD 928/6/15-24); R.O.C. concerning the background of Manute Bol who was brought to the USA to play basketball (SAD 928/6/25); Nancy Ross and Deborah Green to un-named US Senator urging his support for political and diplomatic initiatives in support of the mainstream SPLA (SAD 928/6/26-32)
SAD.928/7/1-29
1994 - 1995
General correspondence between R.O.C. and friends, colleagues, fellow academics, students and former administrators, chiefly relating to affairs in, and research on the Sudan, particularly the South, invitations to participate in discussion groups and conferences etc., and including Ismail H. Abdalla concerning the launch of a new journal on the Sudan (SAD 928/7/1-2); Tony Allan re the death of P.P. Howell, with R.O.C.'s reply (SAD 928/7/3-5,6); Endre Stiansen, with recent impressions of Khartoum ( SAD 928/7/21)
SAD.928/8/1-9
[ca. 1998]
Letter to R.O.C. from J. Millard Burr concerning the issue of a “racial problem” involving riverine Arabs and the inhabitants of the West, as discussed in the attached article by William D. Brewer from The Middle East Journal, v36, no2 (Spring 1982), “The Libyan-Sudanese crisis ‘racial’ problem of 1981: danger for Darfur and dilemma for the United States”
6. Fellowships, research grants etc.
SAD.928/9/1-72
1955 Dec 1 - 1962 May 4
Papers relating to a research grant from the Ford Foundation to enable R.O.C. to undertake research for his doctoral thesis on Equatoria Province, comprising his research proposal, related correspondence with the Ford Foundation, application for an extension and second quarterly report on the progress of his research
SAD.928/10/1-13
1960 Oct 27 - 1963 Mar 7
Application to the Social Science Research Council for a grant to support research for a book entitled “British policy in the Southern Sudan”, with related correspondence
SAD.928/11/1-61
1967 - 1990
Papers relating to applications for grants:
SAD.928/11/1-11
1967-1968
Copy application by R.O.C. to the Social Science Research Council, Joint Committee on African Studies, for a grant towards travel to the Sudan for research into relations between Northern and Southern Sudan since independence, with list of publications and related correspondence
928/11/12-54
1985-1987
Copy application by R.O.C. to the Rockefeller Foundation Study Center at Bellagio in Italy for a month's stay to work on completion for publication of a book on the Jonglei canal [later published as The waters of the Nile: hydropolitics and the Jonglei Canal, 1900-1988, (Oxford, 1990)], with references and other related correspondence
928/11/55-61
1987, 1990
Correspondence relating to applications by Dr Martin Daly and Dr Gabriel Warburg for periods of study leave at the Rockefeller Foundation Study Center at Bellagio in Italy
SAD.929/1/1-90
1979 Feb 2 - 1983 Apr 27
Papers relating to an application to the Ford Foundation in 1979 for funding to support collaborative research on “Culture and nation-building: a supplement to the Sudanese studies proposal”, including work on a biography of Chief Deng of the Ngok Dinka, and for a supplementary grant in 1980, comprising applications by R.O.C. and Francis Deng, correspondence between R.O.C. and contacts in the Sudan relating to his proposed research trip there and report on work undertaken under the terms of the grant
SAD.951/13/1-17
1979 - 1980
Papers relating to R.O.C.'s attendance at the silver jubilee of the National Archives in Khartoum where he was honoured by President Nimeriri for his research and writings on the Sudan, including programme for the celebrations, reports of the honour at UCSB and related correspondence
SAD.929/2/1-36
1980 Dec 13 - 1982 Apr 1
Correspondence relating to a Ford Foundation grant to enable R.O.C. to undertake research in England and the Sudan for his history of the Southern Sudan, with R.O.C.'s report to the Ford Foundation on the work covered by the grant (SAD 929/2/35-36)
SAD.929/3/1-16
1981 Nov 5 - 1983 Dec 8
Papers relating to a research travel grant from the American Philosophical Society to enable R.O.C. to undertake research for “Jonglei: the past and present of a future”, including a copy of the research proposal and related correspondence
SAD.929/4/1-101
1984 Mar 27 - 1987 Jun 30
Papers relating to R.O.C.'s tenure of the Trevelyan Fellowship, 1986, and the delivery of the Trevelyan lecture, including correspondence with colleagues at Durham University, press cuttings about the fellowship and list of those attending the lecture
SAD.929/5/1-20
1992 - 1993
Papers relating to an application to the American Philosophical Society for a grant to undertake research on “The selling of the Sudan: Kitchener's lieutenants and the British literary establishment, 1895-1899”, including a copy of the research proposal and related correspondence. The grant was used to support a research trip to Durham by one of R.O.C.'s graduate students.
SAD.929/6/1-17
1993
Application to the United States Institute of Peace for a research grant for work on a project entitled “The problem of the Southern Sudan”. Much of this research contributed to Requiem for the Sudan: war, drought, and disaster relief on the Nile, (Westview Press, c1995)
SAD.929/6/18-23
1995 Jul 31
Synopsis of proposed research project entitled “Islam, the Sudan, Africa and the United States”, with covering letter to the Woodrow Wilson Center, Fellowship Office
7. Unpublished conference papers, articles, theses, books etc by other academics
SAD.929/9/1-8
1940 and 1979
Draft article by J. Winder on “The Jonglei Scheme” with copy extract from New Civil Engineer of 31 May 1979, “Assessing Sudan canal's impact on tribal traditions”
SAD.930/1
1950
Microfilm copies of essays by Bill Podmore on the making of the ententes, 1898-1907 (microfile 1)
SAD.929/9/9-33
1954 - 1960
“The Zande Scheme in the Sudan: a test case of Arab-African economic cooperation”, a paper presented by Martin W. Wilmington, economist , to the African Studies Association annual meeting at Hartford, 1960, with copy letter from Wilmington to Mr Bayoumi of the Sudan Department of Agriculture containing comments on the Zande Scheme after a visit there in 1954, and covering letter to R.O.C.
SAD.929/9/34-45
1960 Apr 4-14
Copies of papers presented to the 1st Near East Meeting on Animal Production and Health, held in Cairo:
SAD.929/9/34-38
“Animal production activities in the Sudan” by H.H. Abbo, Assistant Director Animal Production
SAD.929/9/39-42
“Agricultural extension in the Sudan” by Salah Eldin Noah
SAD.929/9/43-45
“Schemes for mechanising crop production in the Sudan” by Ahmed Abdalla Osman, Ministry of Agriculture
SAD.930/2
[ca. 1960]
Microfilm copy of chapter 5 of Richard Gray's PhD thesis on the Southern Sudan. The microfilm comprises original numbered strips or microfiles, now spliced into one reel in number order. The thesis appears as follows:
Microfile 143
Pp 234-246
Microfile 144
Pp 247-249
SAD.929/10/1-15
1961 Jul 3-7
Papers relating to the Third Conference on African History and Archaeology at the School of Oriental and African Studies, including list of papers submitted for discussion, conference programme, list of members and copies of academic papers by Abdel Mageed Abdeen on “The origin of Kafur al-'Ikhshidi”, L.P. Kirwan on “Archaeology in Sudanese Nubia and the High Dam”, A.J. Arkell on “The influence of Christian Nubia in he Chad area between 800-1200A.D.”, A.J. Arkell on “A Persian geographer throws light on the extent of the influence of Christian Nubia in the tenth century A.D.” and G.N. Sanderson on “The modern history of the Sudan: a survey of needs”
SAD.929/11/1-8
1961 Nov 29
“The position of women among the Humr” a paper by Ian Cunnison read to the Philosophical Society of the Sudan
SAD.929/11/9-18
1963
“The World Bank study of African agriculture, some initial aspects”, a paper prepared by Peter F.M. McLoughlin for presentation at the annual meeting of the Western Economic Association, San Francisco in Aug 1963
SAD.929/12/1-182
1963
“Tarnished legacy: a study of the annexation of the Congo Free State”, a senior thesis presented by John Hubbel Weiss to the Faculty of the Department of History and the Woodrow Wilson School of Public and International Affairs, Princeton University
SAD.931/1/1-103
1963 - 1979
Uncorrected draft of Fr Stefano Santandrea's history of the British administration in the Sudan, “Mezzo secolo di amministrazione Britannica nel Bahr El Ghazal (Sudan)”, with correspondence over a number of years between R.O.C. and Fr Santandrea about the publication of this and his work on the tribes of the Bahr al-Ghazal (later published as Ethno-geography of the Bahr el Ghazal (Sudan): an attempt at a historical reconstruction, with a foreword by R. Gray. Bologna: Editrice Missionaria Italiana, 1981)
SAD.931/2/1-31
[ca. 1963]
“The economist and African economic development”, a draft paper by Peter F.M. McLoughlin, University of California, Los Angeles
SAD.931/2/32-59
[ca. 1963]
“Some economic aspects of postulating Sudan population growth, 1906-2006”, a draft paper by Peter F.M. McLoughlin, University of California, Los Angeles
SAD.931/3/1-28
1964 May 23
“The Zande Scheme; a program for development”, a term paper by John Anderson Tull, Williams College
SAD.931/3/29-46
1964 Dec
“Toward a history of the jihad in Masina 1818-1862”, an African History Seminar paper by William Allen Brown, Boston University
SAD.931/3/47-51
1964
“Land rotation and cultivation terracing in Jebel Marra, Darfur”, a paper by Gerry A. Hale, University of California, presented at the Syracuse meeting of the Association of American Geographers and also published in Kulturgeografi, June 1964
SAD.931/4/1-14
[ca. 1964]
Evidence of George Muras Lomoro, Research Fellow, Makerere University College, Kampala, before the O.A.U. Committee for Refugees
SAD.931/4/15-23
1965 Jan 4
“Romolo Gessi and Suleiman's rebellion in the Bahr-el-Ghazal: a summary”, a paper for R.O.C. by Leland C. Barrows
SAD.931/4/24-69
1965 May 16
“The Church Missionary Society in the Sudan, 1900-1913: ‘the youth of a dream’”, a paper for R.O.C. by John G. McCarthy
SAD.931/5/1-6
1965 Sep 20
Memorandum by L.A. Bong on “Christian missionaries in the south, how and why religion has become an issue in the Southern Sudan”
SAD.931/5/7-15
1965 Oct
“Proposed solutions to the southern problem” by Bona Malwal, Assistant Secretary Southern Front Central Committee
SAD.931/5/16-24
1965 Dec 7
“Some considerations on the Church Missionary Society in the Southern Sudan”, a presentation of the main themes of a research topic for R.O.C. by Robert L. Berndt (see SAD 931/7/1-65 below)
SAD.931/5/25-29
1965 Dec 14
“Sleeping sickness in the Southern Sudan”, a presentation of main themes of a research topic for R.O.C. by Mary A. Mack
SAD.931/5/30-62
1965 Dec 14 and 1966 Jan
“The move towards unification and self-government in the Sudan: the problem of the south, 1945-1947” and “The move towards unity in the Sudan: the Juba conference, 1947”, papers for R.O.C. by Mary Peltz
SAD.931/6/1-35
1965
“Sir Samuel Baker, the slave-traders and the Acholi”, an article by Dennis L. Dresand
SAD.931/6/36-40
[1965]
Memorandum on “The military regime (November 1958-October 1964) and Southern Sudan”, author unknown
SAD.931/7/1-65
[ca. 1965]
“The Church Missionary Society and the Sudan: 1899-1914”, a paper by Robert L. Berndt
SAD.931/8/1-27
[ca. 1965]
“Secessionist tendencies in the Southern Sudan: causes and consequences”, a discussion paper by H.B.M. Chipembere
SAD.931/8/28-85
1966 Jan 4
“The Southern Sudan disturbances of 1955: the Commission of Enquiry's rejection of religion as a causal factor”, a research paper by Sondra Hale, University of California, Los Angeles, with presentation of the main themes of a research topic for R.O.C.
SAD.931/9/1-5
1966 Jan 11
“The Bongo and the slave trade”, a presentation of main themes of a research topic for R.O.C. by Candia S. Post
SAD.931/9/6-25
1966 Jan 11
“‘No harm - but no good either’. A presentation of the problems of educational policy in the Western District of the Bahr al-Ghazal province, 1926-1948”, a paper by Thomas A. Gosebrink for R.O.C.
SAD.931/9/26-48
1966 Jan 14
“The British occupation of eastern Mongalla Province, 1918-1931”, a paper for R.O.C. by Jean Maguire
SAD.931/9/49-61
1966 Jan
“Protestant-Catholic rivalry in the Southern Sudan: a study of the Sudan Government's policy of mission spheres”, a paper by Barbara Werner for R.O.C.
SAD.931/10/1-6
1966 Jan
“Economic development in the Southern Sudan”, a paper for R.O.C. by Charles E. Dirks
SAD.931/10/7-23
1966 Jan
“Zemio: an African response to intruders”, a paper for R.O.C. by Vicki Youngs
SAD.931/10/24-82
1966 May 10
“Southern Sudanese: strangers in a plural society”, a paper by Sondra Hale, University of California, Los Angeles
SAD.932/1-1-3
1966 May 12
Discussion paper by B.S. Sharma on the Sudan for a postgraduate seminar at the University of London on “The politics of demilitarisation”
SAD.932/1/4-6
1966 Oct 13
“The possibility of free elections in the south”, a paper delivered by L.A. Bong at a symposium at the University of Khartoum
SAD.932/1/7-14
1966 Nov 2
A critical review by Charles L. Geshekter of E.E. Evans-Pritchard's 1948 lecture, “The divine kingship of the Shilluk of the Nilotic Sudan”
SAD.932/1/15-21
1966 Nov 2
A review essay by John Haubert on Roland Oliver and Gervase Mathew (eds), History of East Africa, v.1 (Oxford, 1963)
SAD.932/1/22-49
1966 Nov
“Changes in the arts as they reflect social/political change: a field study limited to the three major towns of Sudan”, a paper by Sondra Hale, University of California, Los Angeles
SAD.932/2/1-45
1966
Series of articles on the southern question by L.A. Bong:
SAD.932/2/1-8
“The period 1956-1958”
SAD.932/2/9-12
1966 Apr 17
“Boycott evaluated”
SAD.932/2/13-19
1966 May 10
“Unity by consent”
SAD.932/2/20-30
1966 Jan 31
“An anatomy of a negotiated probable settlement of the southern question”
SAD.932/2/31-45
1966 Jan 18
“On the issue of supplementary elections in the south in March 1966”
SAD.932/3/1-17
[ca. 1966]
Draft paper on the work of the Catholic missions in the Southern Sudan, untitled and author unknown
SAD.932/3/18-31
1967 Mar
“Some obstacles to economic development in the Southern Sudan 1839-1965”, a draft paper by Richard Gray
SAD.932/3/32-102
1967 Jun 1
“The Fulani jihad of Uthman Dan Fodio”, a History Research Seminar paper by Charles E. Temple
SAD.932/4/1-6
[ca. 1967]
“From political awakening to present southern political leadership”, an article by [William Deng]
SAD.932/4/7-18
1968 Mar
Summary report and recommendations of the Wenner Gren research conference on Bantu origins in Sub-Saharan Africa
SAD.932/4/19-55
1968 Apr
“Dragon-slayers and kingship”, a paper presented by Daniel F. McCall of Boston University at the Northeastern Anthropological Association annual meeting
SAD.932/4/56-62
[ca. 1968]
“Female office in primitive states”, a paper by Daniel F. McCall, Boston University
SAD.932/5/1-3
1969 Jul 1-2
Copy articles from France-Soir by Michel Croce-Spinelli on “Afrique: un conflict ignore”
SAD.932/5/4-11
1969
“A revised classification of the central Sudanic languages” by K. David Patterson
SAD.932/5/12-32
[ca. 1960s]
“Sudanese Islam in a developing Africa”, a draft paper by Richard Hill
SAD.932/5/33-34
[ca. 1960s]
Scheme of chapters for “A history of the Sudan from early times to the present day”, v.1
SAD.932/5/35-63
[ca. 1960s]
“The origins and significance of the Anglo-French confrontation at Fashoda, 1898”, a draft paper by G.N. Sanderson, University of London
SAD.932/6/1-4
[ca. 1960s]
“Some questions on the economic prehistory of Ethiopia”, a paper by Frederick Simoons, University of Wisconsin
SAD.932/6/5-25
[ca. 1960s]
“Sudanese Islam in a developing Africa”, a draft paper by Richard Hill
SAD.930/3
[ca. 1960s]
Microfilm copy of Conrad C. Reining's thesis on “The Azande and the Azande scheme”. The microfilm was formed from original numbered strips, or microfiles, now spliced on to one reel, but retaining the original numbers, as follows:
Microfile 202
pp1-10 (missing)
Microfile 203
pp 10-46
Microfile 204
pp 47-84 (poor quality original)
Microfile 205
pp 86-120
Microfile 206
pp 121-159
Microfile 207
pp 161-201
Microfile 208
pp 201-236
Microfile 209
pp 238-275
SAD.932/6/26-30
1970 Sep 23
Draft review by Brian M. Fagan, University of California Santa Barbara, of The prehistory of Africa by J. Desmond Clark (London, 1970)
SAD.932/6/31-32
1970 Aug 17
Copy article from Le Nouvel Observateur by Claude Deffarge and Gordian Troeller on “Soudan du Sud: les profiteurs de la guerre oublieé”
SAD.932/6/33-54
1970 Dec 2
“Can secession be justified? - the case of Southern Sudan”, a paper presented by Professor Peter and Russell and Dr Storrs R. McCall at a seminar at the Department of Political Science and Public Administration
SAD.932/7/1-35
[ca. 1970-1971]
“The Sudan conflict: its history and development”, a paper by Theresa Scherf of the World Council of Churches
SAD.932/7/36-37
1971 Apr
Review by Peter Marshall of R.O. Collins, King Leopold, England, and the Upper Nile, 1899-1909 (Yale University Press, 1968)
SAD.932/7/38-55
1971 Sep
“Saints and sultans: the role of Muslim holy men in the Keira Sultanate of Dar Fur”, a paper presented by R.S. O'Fahey at the African Studies Association of the UK biennial symposium on “Islamic Northern Africa”
SAD.932/8/1-10
1972 Jan and 1976 Oct
Part copies of “Research directed toward the observation and interpretation of solar phenomena”, a final report by Barbara Bell and Donald H. Menzel of Harvard University for the United States Air Force, pp 7-12 and “Research study on dynamics of the solar atmosphere” final report for the period 1 Jul 1974 - 30 Sep 1976, by Barbara Bell, Donald H. Menzel and John G. Wolbach, Oct 1976, pp 21-22
SAD.932/8/11-26
1972 Jun 5
“The dynamics of identification: a basis for national integration in the Sudan”, a draft paper by Francis Mading Deng (later published by Khartoum University Press, 1973)
SAD.932/8/27-41
1972
Translation by Fausta Segrè of an article on missionary history by Fr Leonzio Bano, published in Nigrizia, 1 Jan 1972
SAD.932/8/42-45
1972
Extract from The Imam Muhammad Madi Abu al-`Aza'im by `Abd al-Mun'im Muhammad Shuqruf, translated from the Arabic 1982
SAD.932/8/46-63
1972
“Political leaders in the Southern Sudan”, a paper by John Howell presented at the 8th annual conference of the Social Science Council of East African Universities in Nairobi
SAD.932/9/1-10
1972
“Constitutional development in the Sudan 1942-1956”, abstract of a PhD thesis by Mamoun M. Sinada, University of Oxford
SAD.932/9/11-76
1973 May 14
“Strategies of response to invasion in the Southern Sudan, 1839-1930”, a paper by Douglas H. Johnson, University of California, Los Angeles
SAD.932/10/1-54
[ca. 1973]
“Rwabugiri and Ijwi”, a paper by David S. Newbury with covering letter from his father, E.S. Newbury
SAD.932/11/1-13
1974 Apr 15
“Nearly a century, referring both to an era in Southern Sudanese history and the time needed to research it”, a research proposal by Douglas H. Johnson, University of California, Los Angeles, with covering letter to R.O.C.
SAD.932/11/14-45
1974 May 7
“Kujurs on the cataracts: a study of Nilotic prophetic movements”, a draft article by Douglas H. Johnson, University of California, Los Angeles
SAD.932/11/46-69
1974 May 19
“The reopening of the Suez canal - strategic aspects”, translation of an article by Mordechai Abir in the Israel Defense Army Quarterly, Maarakhot
SAD.933/1/1-140
1974
Corrected draft of Geo-ethno-history of the Bahr El Ghazal: an attempt at a reconstruction by Father Stefano Santandrea, with related correspondence between Fr Santandrea and R.O.C.
SAD.933/2/1-28
[ca. 1974]
“Hydrology and chronology: the Nile river as an aid in dating interlacustrine history”, a paper by Ralph S. Herring, University of California, Santa Barbara
SAD.933/3/1-365
1975
Typescript draft book by G. Ayoub Balamoan, Harvard University entitled “Migration policies and the formation of Sudanese society 1885-1985”, with copies of original source material (letters from F.O. files concerning refugees, 1929; copy of an ordinance to define Sudanese, 1948; copy letters from the Kaduna Archives concerning Nigerian pilgrims, 1931-1945) and covering letter from the author to R.O.C.
SAD.933/4/1-15
1975
“Précis of Israelite falsehoods in the campaign of intellectual aggression (al-Isra'iliyyat fi-l-Ghazw al-Fikri)”, lectures delivered by Dr A'isha `Abd al-Rahman, Professor of Higher Quranic Studies, al-Qarawiyyin University, Morocco
SAD.933/5/1-270
1975 - 1976
Typescript draft book by Francis Mading Deng entitled “A heritage of survival. The oral history of an African people in the Sudan”, with correspondence relating to its possible publication between Francis Deng, Marian Neal Ash, Editor Yale University Press and R.O.C. and comments on the manuscript by R.O.C. and by an unnamed anthropologist, with Deng's reply
SAD.933/6/1-36
1976
“Islam, state and society in Dar Fur”, an article by R.S. O'Fahey, second draft. The article was later published in N. Levtzion, ed., Conversion to Islam, 1979
SAD.934/1/1-17
1977 Oct 28
“The technicians of Empire: British technical officials in he Sudan, 1899-1956”, a draft paper by Thomas Fuller of the University of California, Santa Barbara for the Rocky Mountains Conference of British Studies
SAD.934/1/18-25
[ca. 1977]
“Basic facts on the Sudan”, a paper on US-Sudan trade 1970-1976 and six year economic development plan 1977-1982. Author unknown
SAD.934/1/26-52
1978 Apr
“The state of the Nile environment: an overview”, a draft paper by Essam E. El-Hinnawi, United Nations Environment Programme, for a seminar on Nile ecology in Cairo, 25-28 Apr 1978
SAD.934/2/1-80
1978 May
“Aspects and analyses of long-distance trade in the Sudan: 1750-1850”, a dissertation by John Varga, University of Bergen
SAD.934/3/1-6
1978
“Some reflections on the Ja`ali dispersions and a discussion of the project”, a paper by Anders Bjørkelø presented to a seminar on African history at Uppsala, 20-21 May 1978
SAD.934/3/7-52
1978
Papers presented at the African Historical Association meeting in San Francisco, with note of comments by R.O.C.:
SAD.934/3/8-21
“Economic change and the structure of work in colonial Senegal”, by Martin A. Klein, University of Toronto
SAD.934/3/22-52
“The native question and the imposition of German rule in East Africa”, by Martin Reuss, Department of the Army
SAD.934/4/1-243
1978
“A history of the Luo of Eastern Uganda: the JoAbwor and JoAkwa” by Ralph S. Herring, a draft revision of his PhD thesis which was presented to the University of California, Santa Barbara in 1974, prepared for publication (photocopy of typescript)
SAD.934/5/1-48
[ca. 1978]
“The early history of the Lake Chad basin: a linguistic approach to events from the end of the Sahara wet phase to 1500 A.D.” a paper by Douglas E. Saxon, University of California, Los Angeles, submitted to Dr Christopher Ehret
SAD.934/5/49
[ca. 1978]
“Images of the Sudan: a photographic exhibition”, an article by Thomas Fuller on the photographic collection of Dr J.F.E. Bloss, formerly of the Sudan Medical Service
SAD.934/5/50-88
1979 May
“Formal analogies and Zande cosmology: towards an ethno-logical reconstruction”, a Master's thesis by Stephen Siemens, Department of Anthropology, University of California Los Angeles
SAD.934/6/1-29
1979
“Nuer expansion and the Ethiopian Empire” by Douglas H. Johnson, a paper prepared for a workshop on “Society and History in South Ethiopia” at Cambridge, 20 Jul 1979
SAD.934/6/30-35
1979
“The importance of culture in Afro-Arab co-operation: a research outline” by Bona Malwal, Senior Associate Member, St Antony's College, Oxford, with covering note
SAD.934/7/1-48
1979 Jul
“Maji and Ethiopian domination of the South Eastern Sudan, 1898-1936”, working copy of a paper by P.P. Garretson, Columbia University for presentation to “Society and history in South East Ethiopia” at Clare Hall, Cambridge
SAD.934/8/1-23
[ca. 1979]
“Habitation mounds in Shilluk land”, a paper by Else Johansen Kleppe, Archaeological Museum, Stavanger, intended for publication in The Nubian Symposium, Leiden (1979)
SAD.934/8/24-62
[ca. 1970s]
“Sir Percy Anderson's grand African strategy, 1883-1896: Britain's buffer state policy in the Congo and the Upper Nile Valley”, a draft paper by William Roger Louis (typescript with manuscript annotations)
SAD.934/8/63-72
[ca. 1970s]
“Darfur and its neighbours under Sultan Ali Dinar”, a typescript draft paper by A.B. Theobald of the University of Khartoum for the Sudan Philosophical Society
SAD.934/9/1-27
[ca. 1970s]
“A survey of the tribes of the Bahr al-Ghazal at the end of the Anglo-Egyptian Condominium in the Sudan”, a paper by Fr Stefano Santandrea of the Verona Fathers
SAD.934/9/28-65
[ca. 1970s]
“Military expansion in the Western Sudan - French and British style”, an article by A.S. Kanya-Forstner
SAD.935/1/1-34
[ca. 1970s]
“Slavery and the slave trade in Dar Fur”, second draft of a paper by R.S. O'Fahey
SAD.935/1/35-49
[ca. 1970s]
“Sudan sources 1; Bulletin de la Sociéte de Géographie (Paris)”, a paper by R.S. O'Fahey, University of Bergen
SAD.935/1/50-68
[ca. 1970s]
“Orthodox versus revolutionary Islam: `Ali Dinar and the Mahdist legacy”, a paper by R.S. O'Fahey
SAD.935/2/1-3
[ca. 1970s]
“Ethiopian trade and trade routes, 1600-1800”, a paper by Richard Pankhurst, Addis Ababa
SAD.935/2/4-41
[ca. 1970s]
“The lessons of Nubia”, a paper by William Y. Adams, University of Kentucky
SAD.935/2/42-46
1980 Jun
Specification sheets for the supply of steel storage sheds by Adam Abdullah Dafalla, Chief Engineer, Sudan Gezira Board Civil Engineering Department, Barakat.
SAD.935/3/1-10
1980 Nov
“Notes for a paper on Fur and Fartit: a Sudanic frontier” by R.S. O'Fahey, University of Bergen
SAD.935/3/11-61
1980
“History and theory: long-distance trade between Dar Fur and Egypt, 1750-1850”, a history honours thesis by John S. Varga, University of California, San Diego, with covering letter to R.O.C., 15 Jul 1980
SAD.935/4/1-15
1980
“Taqali ideas about history”, a paper by Janet Ewald, University of Wisconsin-Madison, presented at theAfrican Studies Association convention in Philadelphia, 15-18 Oct 1980
SAD.935/4/16-41
1980
“Tribal boundaries and border wars: Nuer-Dinka relations in the Upper Nile Province, c 1860-1976”, a paper by D.H. Johnson, Assistant Director for Archives, Regional Ministry of Information and Culture, Juba, presented at the African Studies Association conference in Philadelphia, 15-18 Oct 1980
SAD.935/4/42-52
[ca. 1980]
“The wave is my mother's husband: a piscatorial theme in pastoral Nilotic ethnology”, an essay by John W.Burton, University of Connecticut
SAD.935/5/1-32
[ca. 1980]
“Linguistic aspects of greater Nubian history”, a paper by Robin Thelwall, New University of Ulster
SAD.935/5/33-39
[ca. 1980]
“The education system: its basic weaknesses”, a paper by Lawrence Tombe Modi, Director, Regional Ministry of Information and Culture, Sudan
SAD.935/5/40-72
[ca. 1980]
“Development of the Nile river system”, a paper by Abdullah Muhammad Ibrahim, Head, Implementation Division, AAAID, for the Fourth Nile Valley conference
SAD.935/6/1-15
[ca. 1980]
“The environmental impact of the Jonglei canal project in the Sudan”, a paper by Abdullah Muhammad Ibrahim, Head, Implementation Division, AAAID
SAD.935/6/16-46
[ca. 1980]
“The missionary factor: the religious man's life, ethics and culture”, a draft article by Jack Bermingham, University of West Indies, Jamaica
SAD.935/7/1-48
[ca. 1980]
Article on the Sudan Political Service, largely based on memoirs of former administrators; author unknown
SAD.935/8/1-31
[post 1980]
“Fur and Fartit: the history of a frontier”, a paper by R.S. O'Fahey, University of Bergen
SAD.935/8/32-59
1981 Nov 29 - Dec 2
“`Abd al-Rahman al-Mahdi: a master of manipulation 1900-1926”, a paper submitted by Hassan Ahmed Ibrahim, University of Khartoum, to the International Conference on the History of the Mahdiyya, Khartoum
SAD.935/8/60-76
1981 Nov
“Regionalism and national cohesion in the Sudan”, a paper presented by M.O. Beshir, University of Khartoum, to the 4th International Conference on the Nile Valley Countries, “Continuity and change”
SAD.935/9/1-14
1981
Copy extracts from “Some aspects of migration and population growth in Juba. Volume 1”, a Master's thesis by Samuel Chang-Jwok Otor, University of Ghana, pp 4-7,9,51-55,76,78
SAD.935/9/15-45
1981
R.E.H. Baily, “An official's diary of the Sudan crisis, October 1924 - March 1925”, edited, with an introduction and notes by M.W. Daly, and covering letters to R.O.C.
SAD.935/10/1-46
1981
“The Sudan Political Service: a profile in the sociology of imperialism”, a draft article by A.H.M. Kirk-Greene, St Antony's College, Oxford. A shorter version of this article was presented to the African Studies Association conference in Philadelphia in Oct 1980.
SAD.959/1/12-29
1981
“The Abyei Project. A test of development strategy in remote areas”, a paper by D. Maybury-Lewis
SAD.935/10/47-59
[ca. 1981]
“The near-term challenge of managing water resources in the Nile basin”, a paper by John Waterbury, Princeton University
SAD.959/1/1-11
[ca. 1981]
Draft article by Peter Woodward of Reading University on “War and politics in the Sudan 1935-1947”
SAD.936/1-936/4
1982
Draft copy of doctoral thesis by Abdalbasit Saeed, University of Connecticut on “The state and socioeconomic transformation in the Sudan: the case of social conflict in southwest Kurdufan”, with set of additional appendices
SAD.936/5/1-5
1982
Review by M.W. Daly of Post-independence Sudan, the proceedings of a conference at the Centre of African Studies, University of Edinburgh
SAD.936/5/6-29
1982
“The Egyptian drive in the Sudan: a study on the Egyptians' attitude towards the Sudan 1937-47”, a paper by Fadwa A.A. Taha, University of Khartoum
SAD.936/5/30-58
[ca. 1982]
Photocopy of two chapters of an unreferenced work on the Gezira scheme: Chapter VI:
SAD.936/5/30-48
Chapter II: “Sudanese agriculture and the Gezira Scheme”
SAD.936/5/49-58
“Summary and policy implications”
SAD.937/1/1-3
[ca. 1982]
“Peace from civil war: how the Sudanese settelement was negotiated”, abstract for a book by Nelson Kasfir
SAD.937/1/4-29
[ca. 1982]
“Southern Regional Agricultural project: social soundness analysis”, a draft paper by Jerry L. Weaver of USAID
SAD.937/1/30-51
[ca. 1982]
“The Aruba and Meru: economy and society in Northeastern Tanzania”, a paper by Thomas Spear, Williams College
SAD.937/2/1-10
1983 Jul
“Principal office-holders in the Suan Government, 1898-1955”, a draft article by M.W. Daly, later published in International Journal of African Historical Studies 17, 2, (1984), 309-16
SAD.937/2/11-65
1983 Oct
“Why the Addis Ababa agreement no longer regulates the links between the north, the national government and the south in Sudan”, a draft paper by Nelson Kasfir of Dartmouth College, with letter from R.O.C. to Kasfir commenting in detail on his paper
SAD.937/3/1-23
1983
“The impact of the Jonglei scheme on the economy of the Dinka”, a discussion paper by George Tombe Lako for Development Studies, Manchester University
SAD.937/3/24-33
1984 Mar 28
Prepared statement of Douglas H. Johnson on the Southern Sudan, before the Subcommittee on Africa Committee on Foreign Affairs, House of Representatives
SAD.937/3/34-51
1984 May
“Ethnocultureal history and political economy in southern Africa: a critical reappraisal”, a paper by Chipasha Luchembe, University of California, Riverside
SAD.937/4/1-14
1984 May 15
“Association of African Universities (AAU): proposed programme of activities”, a paper by Mohamed Omar Beshir, Institute of African and Asian Studies, Khartoum
SAD.937/4/15-21
1984 Aug 9
Opening statement by Assistant Secretary Abrams before the House Subcommittees on Africa and on Human Rights and International Organizations on the human rights situation in the Sudan, Ethiopia,Somalia and Uganda
SAD.937/5/1-108
1984 Sep
“The political impact of Islam in Sudan: Numayri's Islamization program”, a research study prepared for the Department of State, INR/LAR Order Number 1722-420140, by John Obert Voll, University of New Hampshire
SAD.937/6/1-12
1984 Nov 5
“Politics and time”, a paper by D.J. Manning, California University, Fullerton
SAD.937/6/13-22
1984
“Reflections on the Sudan Conference, U.S. Department of State”, held 18 Sep 1984, a paper by Nelson Kasfir, Dartmouth College
SAD.937/6/23-52
1984
“‘The making of an athletocracy’ : the athletic factor in the recruitment of British colonial administrators”, a paper presented by Anthony H.M. Kirk-Greene, University of Oxford at the African Studies Association conference in Los Angeles, Oct 1984
SAD.937/7/1-30
1984
“U.S. airlift operations in sub Saharan Africa”, a paper presented by James K. Matthews, U.S. Air Force to the 27th annual meeting of the African Studies Association, Los Angeles, California, Oct 1984
SAD.937/7/31-46
1984
“The British Colonial Service. The District Officer: a social sketch”, a paper presented by L.H. Gann, Hoover Institution, Stanford University at the conference of the African Studies Association, Los Angeles, 25-28 October 1984
SAD.937/8/1-23
1984
“Land and social stratification in Dar Fur, 1785-1875: the Hakura system”, by G. Michael La Rue; Working Papers No 96, African Studies Center, Boston University
SAD.937/8/24-33
1984
“Hydropolitics: the politics of water in an ever thirstier world. A bibliography” compiled by Katherine Scott in preparation for doctoral examinations
SAD.937/8/34-84
[ca. 1984]
Draft copy of “Baggara Arabic Handbook” by Vaughan ?
SAD.937/9/1-54
1985 Jan
“The role of the Egyptian communists in introducing the Sudanese to communism in the nineteen-forties”, an article by an unknown author, read by R.O.C. for the International Journal of Middle East Studies, with covering letters
SAD.937/9/55-59
1985 Feb 26-28
Programme for a conference on the role of the Southern Sudanese people in the building of modern Sudan, at Juba University, with autographed copy of the opening speech by professor `Abdel Aal `Abdalla Osman
SAD.937/10/1-16
1985 Mar 7
Prepared statement of Bona Malwal, Columbia University, before the Subcommittee on Africa of the Committee on Foreign Affairs, U.S. House of Representatives, Washington
SAD.937/10/17-41
1985 Apr
“Selected current materials about Sudan”, compiled by Joanne M. Zellers, Library of Congress for the 4th annual Sudan Studies Association conference at Michigan State University
SAD.937/10/42-43
1985 Sep 14
“From Gondokoro to Juba: a socio-economic history of an Upper Nile region, 1845-1945”, a research proposal by Abannik O. Hino
SAD.937/10/44
1985 Nov 20
Synopsis of a study project to explore the impacts of oil and gas exploration and production upon African states and societies, prepared by Marcia Wright
SAD.937/11/1-31
1985 Nov
“Leadership process and the management of ethnic conflict in Africa”, a draft paper by Shaheen Mozaffar of Boston University for presentation at the 28th annual meeting of the African Studies Association in New Orleans
SAD.937/11/32-110
1985
Papers presented at the Middle East Institute seminar on “The outlook for Sudan” in Washington, 13 Sep 1985:
SAD.937/11/48-66
“Islamization in the Sudan” by Carolyn Fluehr-Lobban, Professor of Anthropology, Rhode Island College, Providence
SAD.937/11/67-79
“The Southern Sudan: wither [sic] its future?” by R.O.C.
SAD.937/11/80-99
“Sudanese foreign policy since April, 1985” by Sally Ann Baynard
SAD.937/11/100-110
“Moderator's report” by Nelson Kasfir, Dartmouth College
SAD.938/1/1-32
1985
“A question of cultural research in the south: between religion and language”, a paper presented by Muhammad `Umar Mousa at a seminar on “Relations between the North and the South since the Addis Ababa agreement of 1972” at the Institute of African and Asian Studies, Khartoum (Arabic)
SAD.938/2/1-28
[ca. 1985]
“Companies on the frontier: the organization of exploitation in the Bahr al-Ghazal, 1856 to 1882. Part one”, a paper by R.S. O'Fahey, University of Bergen
SAD.938/2/29-61
1986 Jan 26
“The enigmatic Imam: the influence of Ahmad ibn Idris”, a paper by R.S. O'Fahey and Ali Salih Karrar
SAD.938/3/1-35
1986 Apr 17-19
Papers presented at the Sudan Studies Association meeting at Northwestern University: 938/3/1-12 “Sudan after Numeiri: problems and prospects”, by Lual A.L. Deng, University of Wisconsin-Madison 938/3/13-35 “The two Sudans: the north-south dilemma”, by elias Nyamlell Wakoson, University of Texas at Dallas
SAD.938/4/1-68
1986 Aug 27
“An analysis of the Sudanese economy: its development strategy, resources, prospects and the implications for United States foreign policy”, a research paper submitted to the Department of National Security Affairs in partial fulfilment of a course requirement by Major Jean-Luc M. Nash, with covering letter to R.O.C.
SAD.938/5/1-13
1986
“The concept of Afro-Arab”, a paper presented by Jay Spaulding at a conference in New Orleans
SAD.938/5/14-45
1986
Paper by Ahmed Ibrahim Diraige on “A new political structure for the Sudan”, with covering letter from Francis Deng and detailed comments by R.O.C.
SAD.938/5/46-79
[ca. 1986]
“Refugees in the Horn: causes, responses and impacts”, an abbreviated draft paper by John R. Rogge, University of Manitoba, with abstract
SAD.938/6/1-23
1987 Jun
“Major issues of governance in Khartoum”, a paper presented by John O. Voll, University of New Hampshire, at the conference on “Crisis in the Horn of Africa” at the Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars, Washington, with list of participants and programme
SAD.938/6/24-61
1987 Jul
“The Ed Diein massacre”, a paper by Ushari Ahmed Mahmud and Suleyman `Ali Baldo (later published as Human rights abuses in the Sudan, 1987. The Diein massacre: slavery in the Sudan (Khartoum, 1987)
SAD.938/7/1-36
1987 Nov
Papers prepared for the Roundtable on Ethiopia organised by Orkand Corporation, Maryland:
SAD.938/7/1-9
“Mengistu's Marxist state in terminal crisis. How long can it survive? What will be its legacy”, by Paul B. Henze
SAD.938/7/10-14
“Insurgencies in the Ethiopia region” by Harold G. Marcus, Michigan State University
SAD.938/7/15-36
“New Soviet thinking and Soviet policy towards Ethiopia” by Richard B. Remnek, Institute of International Studies, University of California, Berkeley
SAD.938/7/37-42
1987 Dec
Review by R.E.M. Lawson of K.D.D. Henderson, Set under authority (Castle Cary Press, 1987) from Journal of the Oxford Society
SAD.938/7/43-62
1987
Research proposal by Dr Eric Hoskins for a health project for the Eastern Sudan entitled “Documentation and evaluation of a refugee-affected area: the Eastern Sudan”
SAD.938/8/1-23
[ca. 1987]
“The Southern Sudan Welfare Committee and the 1947 strike in the Southern Sudan” by Peter P. Garretson, Swarthmore College: draft typescript with manuscript annotations. Dated 16 Oct 1947, but more likely to be 1987
SAD.938/8/24-37
[ca. 1987]
“Sudanese population growth and population policy”, an unedited draft paper by Fathia Mahmoud, MD
SAD.938/8/38-47
[ca. 1987]
Draft article on “The rise and fall of Haile Sellassie”, author unknown, found in Harold G. Marcus, Haile Sellassie I: the formative years, 1892-1936 (University of California Press, ca. 1987)
SAD.938/9/1-8
1988 Jan
“Women in the Sudan: a bibliography of recent literature, 1978-1988”, presented by Kathleen E. Bethel, African-American Studies Librarian, Northwestern University Library, to the Conference of the Sudan Studies Association in Khartoum
SAD.938/9/9-49
1988 Mar 20-22
Papers presented to the Inter-Action Policy Board, with covering letter from Mansour Khalid to R.O.C.:
SAD.938/9/10-25
“The search for peace and unity in the Sudan: the challenge of maintaining the peace process. A report on the second round of a personal peace initiative” by General Olusegun Obasanjo and Francis Mading Deng
SAD.938/9/26-49
“The political crisis in the Sudan and the way forward”, by Mansour Khalid
SAD.938/10/1-18
1988 Jun 23-24
“Traditional African religions and the Islamic war against paganism”, a draft paper by Douglas H. Johnson, presented at the conference on “Religion and politics in the Sudan” in Paris
SAD.938/10/19-58
1988 Aug 30
“The peace process in the Sudan, 1971-72”, a draft paper by Donald Rothchild and Caroline Hartzell, University of California, Davis, for presentation at the International Science Association meeting in Washington, with comments by R.O.C. and covering letter to Rothchild
SAD.938/11/1-40
1988 Oct 27-31
“The Nile Valley system and the Red Sea slave trade, 1820-1900”, a paper presented by Janet J. Ewald, Duke University, to the African Studies Association meeting in Chicago
SAD.938/11/41-60
1988
“The Sudanese African political parties since the overthrow of Nimeiry”, a paper presented by Gérard Prunier to the Middle East Studies Association meeting
SAD.939/1/1-39
1988
“Northern Muslim Perspectives”, a paper by John O. Voll, Durham, New Hampshire, based on a presentation at a Foreign Service Institute seminar on ethnic conflict, Spring 1987, with covering letter to R.O.C.
SAD.939/1/40-55
1988
“The retirement and re-employment of Britain's overseas administrators: II. The Sudan Political Service survey” by A.H.M. Kirk-Greene, Lecturer in the Modern History of Africa, Oxford, a paper prepared for, but not delivered to the Sudan Studies Conference, Sep 1988
SAD.939/2/1-21
1988
“Uganda-Kenya relations, 1971-1979”, a draft article by P. Godfrey Okoth, with related correspondence between Okoth, Reinhart Lutz and R.O.C.
SAD.939/2/22-27
1988 - 1989
Abstracts of doctoral theses on Sudanese topics: “The public career of Sir Francis Reginald Wingate, High Commissioner for Egypt 1917-1919” by Donald Coventry (The American University), “Religion, legality and the state: 1983 Sudanese penal code (Islam)” by Ibrahim M. Zein (Temple University), “The contribution of Sayed `Ali al-Mirghani, leader of the Khatmiyya to the political evolution of the Sudan, 1884-1968” (University of Exeter), “The political and ideological development of the Muslim Brotherhood in Sudan 1945-1986” by Abdelwahab A.M. Osman (University of Reading), “Umm Durman during the Mahdiyya (Sudan)” by James Deemer (Harvard University) and “Development and future of English law and Islamic law in the Sudan” by Abdelrahman Ibrahim El Khalifa (McGill University)
SAD.939/2/28-36
[ca. 1988]
“Religion and politics in the Sudan”, a draft paper by Ahmed Diraige
SAD.939/3/1-19
[ca. 1988]
“Western Bahr al-Ghazal and Darfur: the legacy of a link”, a paper by Ahmad Alawad M. Sikainga, North Carolina A & T University
SAD.939/3/20-26
1989 Jan 9
“An urgent appeal for the creation of peace havens in the Sudan”, a paper by Francis Deng
SAD.939/3/27-39
1989 Feb 4 - 7
Report of the workshop on Sudan held at Ambo, Ethiopia
SAD.939/3/40-71
1989 Apr
Papers presented at the Northeast African Studies Committee of Michigan State University conference on “Peace and Stability in the Horn of Africa”, 27-29 Apr 1989:
SAD.939/3/40-58
“British policy in Southern Sudan and the problem of national integration 1898-1956”, by Kenneth Okeny, University of California, Santa Barbara
SAD.939/3/59-71
“The Malual Dinka-Baggara border conflict and the impact on national integration in the Sudan”, by Damazo Dut Majak, PhD Candidate, Department of History, University of California, Santa Barbara
SAD.939/4/1-98
1989 May 26-28
Papers by Elias Nyamlell Wakoson: “Sudan People's Liberation Army / Sudan People's Liberation Movement: the search for peace, unity and democracy”, presented to the 4th Annual International Conference on “Conditions for the Possibility of Peace in the Horn of Africa”, City University of New York and Columbia University, and “Sudan's Addis Ababa peace treaty: why it failed?”, with covering letter to R.O.C. from the author
SAD.939/5/1-16
1989
“The Sudan: the forgotten war”, a book abstract by David D. Chand, Xavier University of Louisiana, with copy article by Chand on “The Sudan's civil was: is a negotiated solution possible?” from African Urban Quarterly, 3rd & 4th quarters1989 and covering letter to R.O.C.
SAD.939/5/17-81
[ca. 1980s]
Abbreviated translation from the German of Durch sand, sumpf und wald : Missionsreisen in Zentral-Afrika by von Franz Xaver Geyer, Freiburg (1914), typescript with manuscript annotations
SAD.939/6/1-26
[ca. 1980s]
Rough draft of the minutes of the first three sessions of a conference on the scramble for Africa
SAD.939/6/27-42
[ca. 1980s]
“Who built Zimbabwe?”, an article by Tertius Chandler
SAD.939/7/1-7
[ca. 1980s]
“Land utilization along the Nile from sixth cataract to Abu Hamed, Sudan”, a paper by David R. Lee, University of California, Davis for the African Studies Association
SAD.939/7/8-46
[ca. 1980s]
“Slavery, land tenure and social class in the Northern Turkish Sudan, 1820-1881”, a paper by Jay Spaulding
SAD.939/7/47-49
[ca. 1980s]
Draft introduction to a work entitled “Development institutions in historical perspective: conflict and harmonization - the Sudan”, with contributions by Richard Gray, Richard Hill and R.O.C.
SAD.939/8/1-250
[ ca. 1980s]
Unedited draft text of a book on 19th and early 20th century female travellers in Africa, author unknown. Comprises table of contents, bibliography and introduction, with chapters on Anna Martin Hinderer, Mary Hall, Rosita Forbes, HRH the Princess Marie Louise, Mary Kingsley, Anne Dundas, Mary Eliza Bakewell Gaunt, May Mott Smith, Margery Perham and Katherine Fannin. Each chapter comprises an introduction and photocopied extracts from published travel accounts by the women in question, with the exception of Katherine Fannin for whom there is only a typescript introduction.
SAD.952/4/1-24
[ca. 1980s]
“Socio-economic relations between Egypt and the Sudan during the Ottoman period”, a paper presented by Abdel Rahim Abdel Rahman Abdel Rahim, College of Humanities, Qatar University at the 4th International Conference of the Nile Valley on “Continuation and change” [Arabic]
SAD.940/1/1-28
1990
“More turbulence in the Sudan: a new politics this time?”, an article by Peter K. Bechtold of the Foreign Service Institute
SAD.940/1/29-67
1990
“Islamic banking in the Sudan”, notes by Endre Stiansen, University of Bergen, for a lecture at the Centre for Middle Eastern and Islamic Studies, 2 May 1990
SAD.940/1/68-95
1990
Draft article by Ann Lesch, Villanova University, on “A foreign policy: in search of arms, aid and allies” (typescript with manuscript annotations), submitted to R.O.C. for comments by Indiana University Press
SAD.940/2/1-12
[ca. 1990]
“War through the eyes of the dispossessed: three stories of survival” by Sharon Hutchinson, University of Wisconsin-Madison. A version of this paper was published in Disasters, v15 no2 (June 1991)
SAD.940/2/13-26
[ca. 1990]
“The role of the ‘Negroid but detribalized’ people in the Sudanese society, 1920s-1940s”, a paper by Yoshiko Kurita, Research Fellow, Tokyo Metropolitan University
SAD.940/3/1-30
[ca. 1990s]
Anonymous research proposal for a thesis on “Sudan foreign policy: the formative years Feb. 1954 - July 1976”
SAD.940/4/1-11
1991 Apr
“Rinderpest in the Sudan 1888-1890: the mystery of the missing panzootic”, a paper presented by John A. Rowe of Northwestern University to the 2nd International Sudan Studies Conference, University of Durham
SAD.940/5/1-2
1991 Jun
“The displacement problem in the Sudan: essays on the crisis”, edited by Eltigani Eltahir Eltigani and Hatim Ameer Mahran, University of Gezira, with covering letter to R.O.C. seeking assistance in finding a publisher (bound copy, 147 pp)
SAD.940/4/12-79
1991 Jul
“Reconstructing a history of local floods in the Upper Nile region of the Sudan”, a paper by D.H. Johnson, submitted to R.O.C. for evaluation by the International Journal of African Historical Studies, with related correspondence
SAD.940/6/1-18
1991 Jul
“Drought, war and the politics of famine in Ethiopia”, a draft paper by Edmond J. Keller, University of California, Los Angeles
SAD.940/6/19-51
1991 Oct 3-5
“The Sudanese civil war: an irrepressible conflict”, a paper presented by M.W. Daly to the Conference on Sudan and Nigeria, U.S. Institute of Peace
SAD.940/7/1-7
1991 Nov 13
Part copy of a paper by Endre Stiansen on “Islamic banking”
SAD.940/7/8-30
1991
“The effects of famine on the function of the family and of society. Early indicators and later consequences” by Derrick B. Jelliffe M.D. and E.F. Patrice Jelliffe M.P.H., Population and Family Health Division, School of Public Health, University of California, Los Angeles, a paper presented at the UCLA International Conference on “The impact of natural disasters: agenda for future action”, Jul 1991
SAD.940/7/31-41
[ca. 1991]
“The Equatorial Nile project and the Jonglei Canal” by Dr Paul Howell, Fellow of Wolfson College, Cambridge and formerly Chairman of the Jonglei Investigation Team 1948-1954. Draft notes for a paper to be presented at the Jonglei Conference and later published in The Journal of the Royal Geographical Society
SAD.940/7/42-44
1992 Oct 15 - 17
“Five years on the move and five border crossings: the dilemma of the Sudanese refugees from the Blue Nile”, a paper by Wendy James presented at the Symposium for the Horn of Africa on the social and economic aspects of mass voluntary return movements of refugees
SAD.940/8/1-2
1992 Oct 16
Notes on the current situation of he Uduk people, taken from a talk by Dr Wendy James to the N.E. Africa Seminar, Oxford University
SAD.940/8/3-13
1992 Dec 2
Chapter summaries for an unpublished book by Alice Irvine Umbarak on her life in the Sudan, with copy of chapter 13, “Still dreaming” and covering letter to R.O.C.
SAD.940/9/1-236
1992
Typescript draft of a book by Francis M. Deng and Larry Minear entitled “Dilemmas of relief: drought, conflict and emergency operations in the Sudan 1983-1991”, later published as Challenges of famine relief: emergency operations in the Sudan (Washington, 1992), with related correspondence
SAD.941/1/1-4
[ca. 1992]
“Sudan: a country at war”, a paper by Professor Abdalla A. Abdalla for a seminar on “The Horn of Africa: changing realities and U.S. response”
SAD.941/1/5-12
[ca. 1992]
“A statement on Sudan's achievement in the area of structural adjustment”, author unknown
SAD.941/1/13-27
1993 Mar 10
“Gross human rights violations and ethnic cleansing in Sudan”, testimony submitted by Professor David D. Chand to the Sub-Committee on African Affairs of the U.S. House of Representatives
SAD.941/1/28-32
1993 May 3
Text of a speech by Anthony Lake, National Security Advisor, to the Brookings Africa Forum luncheon in Washington
SAD.941/1/33-95
1993 Oct 20
Papers presented at a session at the United States Institute of Peace in Washington on “Sudan: the forgotten tragedy”:
SAD.941/1/34-40
“Some notes on the North-South conflict in the Sudan” by `Ali Abdalla Abbas
SAD.941/1/41-46
“Roots of war in Sudan” by Taisier Mohamed Ahmed `Ali
SAD.941/1/47-58
“We must end the war: a soul-searching quest for peace in the Sudan”, a statement by Francis Deng
SAD.941/1/59-66
“The multiple facets of the Sudanese conflict and the search for a just and lasting peace” by Dr Peter Kok
SAD.941/1/67-74
“Sources of conflict in Sudan: how peace might be achieved” by Bona Malwal
SAD.941/1/75-81
“The Sudan's communal conflict: background, causes and prospects of reconciling the conflict” by Dr. Kamal Osman Salih
SAD.941/1/82-85
1993 Oct 24
Statement by Dr John Garang on the Washington Declaration
SAD.941/1/86-95
Statement by Dr Omar Nour Eldayem, Secretary General of the UMMA party
SAD.941/2/1-9
1993
“Sudan: the forgotten tragedy. The SPLM/SPLA internal conflict - what prospects for its resolution”, a paper presented by Dr Riek Machar, Chairman and Commander-in-Chief, SPLM/A United in Washington DC, 22 Oct 1993
SAD.941/2/10-23
1993
Draft article on strife and famine in the Horn of Africa by Robert Caputo for National Geographical Magazine, with detailed comments by R.O.C. and related correspondence with the editor
SAD.941/3/1-40
[ca. 1993]
“Sudan 1990-1993: food aid, famine and failure”, a paper by Millard Burr
SAD.941/3/41
[ca. 1993]
“Solution modalities for the war in the Sudan: a mathematical conceptualization of the problem and possible solutions”, author unknown
SAD.941/4/1-5
[ca. 1993]
“Recent developments in Somalia”, a paper by Major General Indar Jit Rikhye (Ret.), Senior Advisor on U.N. Affairs, US Institute of Peace
SAD.941/4/6-9
[ca. 1993]
Opening statement by Dr Hussein M. Adam, College of the Holy Cross, to the Africa Subcommittee of the Committee on Foreign Affairs on “Recent developments in Somalia”
SAD.941/4/10-47
[ca. 1994]
Draft paper or book chapter by Millard Burr covering political developments in the Sudan during the early 1990s, with copy on floppy disk
SAD.941/5/1-27
1995 Mar
Prospectus for “The International Crisis Group”, a request for financial support for a new international organisation to react to man-made disasters, with covering letter from Susan Carnduff
SAD.941/5/28-50
1995
“Rape of nature: the environmental destruction and ethnic cleansing of the Sudan” by Damazo Dut Majak, PhD., Loyola Marymount University, Los Angeles, California, a paper presented to the American Historical Association Pacific Coast Branch, 88th annual meeting at Maui, Hawaii. 4-7 Aug 1995
SAD.941/5/51-55
1995
“Genocide and slavery in the Sudan: the African and international response” by Ambrose A. Beny, Former Dean, Faculty of Education, University of Juba,.a paper presented to the Africa Forum Conference, held in Toronto, Ontario, Canada, 3-6 Nov 1995
SAD.941/6/1-139
1995
Copy of a book in camera ready copy by A/Commander Aleu A. Aleu entitled “South Sudan: 150 years of struggle”, submitted to R.O.C. by Roger P. Winter with a request to assess it for possible publication
SAD.941/7/1-11
1996
“Sudan service” by S. Rowton Simpson (1903-1999), a bound and illustrated account of his life in the Sudan Political Service 1926-1943 and Sudan Legal Department 1943-1953. He retired as Commissioner of Lands and Registrar General in 1953. Enclosed in the volume are letters from Simpson to R.O.C., part of an ongoing correspondence over many years, with regard to R.O.C's account of the abolition of Kafia Kingi subdistrict and its aftermath in Shadows in the Grass. Other letters in this series appear in General correspondence: Sudan.
SAD.941/8/1-5
2001
Review by Leland Conley Barrows of Massimo Zaccaria, Il flagello degli schiavisti: Romolo Gessi in Sudan (1874-1881), con trentatre lettere e dispacci inediti
8. Published works
SAD.930/4
1888
Microfilm copy of Buchta, Richard, Der Sudan unter Agyptischer Herrshaft (Leipzig, 1888), 140-222 (microfile 188)
SAD.930/5
1898 - 1914
Microfilm copies of La Nigrizia: fatti e problemi del mondo nero, Verona: Missionari Comboniani, Mar 1898 - Dec 1914 (incomplete)
SAD.930/6
1904 - 1910
Microfilm copy of extracts from Le Mouvement Géographique, arranged on numbered strips or microfiles, as follows:
Microfile 215
V 21, no 28, 10 Jul 1904: “L'Anglicisation de le Vallée du Nil”; and “Le gouvernement local de l'Etat Indépendent du Congo. L'enclave de Lado”
V 21, no 33, 11 Aug 1904: “De Mombasa au Nil par le Major Powell-Cotton”
V 21, no 45, 6 Nov 1904: “Le Nil, ses tributaries, son regime, ses crues annuelles”
V 22, no 1, Jan 1905: miscellaneous news items
V 22, no 2, 8 Jan 1905: “L'Exploration du Capitaine Liddell dans la region des sedd du Nil”
V 22, no 25, Jun 1905: miscellaneous news items
V 22, no 37, Sep 1905: “La progrès de l'exploration au Soudan Égyptien en 1904”
V 22, no 43, Oct 1905: “Une mission anglaise au Soudan méridional”
Microfile 216
V 22, no 53, Dec 1905: “Dans la Province du Nil”
V 23, no 7, Feb 1906: “A propos de l'Enclave de Lado”
V 23, no 16, Apr 1906: “Les territoires pris à bail”
V 23, no 19, May 1906: “Les territories pris à bail”
V 23, no 20, May 1906: “L'Accord Anglo-Congolais du 9 mai 1906”
V 23, no 22, Jun 1906: continuation of above
V 23, no 27, Jul 1906: miscellaneous news items
V 23, no 29, Jul 1906: “Le mission Bonnel de Mézières au Soudan Anglo-Egyptien”
V 23, no 43, Oct 1906: “L'Enclave du Lado”
V 23, no 44, Nov 1906: miscellaneous news items
V 24, no 3, Jan 1907: miscellaneous news items
V 24, no 17, apr 1907: miscellaneous news items
V 24, no 51, Dec 1907: “Le chemin de fer de L'Enclave du Lado”
V 25, no 1, Jan 1908: “L'Enclave du Lado”
V 25, no 7, Feb 1908: “L'Exploration du Capitaine Percival dans le Bahr-El-Ghazal”
V 25, no 28, Jul 1908: miscellaneous news items
V 26, no 4, [1909]: “La route pour automobiles entre le Congo et le Nil”
Microfile 217
V 26, no 11, Mar 1909: “Fashoda”
V 26, no 18, May 1909: “L'Enclave de Lado”
V 26, no 29, Jul 1909: “La section longitudinale du Nil”
V 26, no 30, Jul 1909: “Le Congo et l'Angleterre”
V 26, no 45, Nov 1909: “La frontière Orientale de notre colonie”
V 26, no 51, Dec 1909: “La mort du Roi”
V 27, no 20, May 1910: “Souvenirs de Fashoda et de l'expédition Dhanis”
V 27, no 21, May 1910: continuation of above
V 27, no 22, May 1910: continuation of above
V 27, no 43, Oct 1910: miscellaneous news items
SAD.930/2
1906 - 1921
Microfilm copy of selected pages from Sudan Intelligence Report Nos 138-324, comprising those sections and appendices relating to the southern provinces (Mongalla, Upper Nile and Bahr al-Ghazal). The microfilm was formed from original numbered strips, or microfiles, now spliced on to one reel, but retaining the original numbers, as follows:
Microfile 145
1906 Jan-Apr
Sudan Intelligence Report, Nos 138-141
Microfile 146
1906 May - 1907 Jan
Sudan Intelligence Report, Nos 142-150
Microfile 147
1907 Jan-Jul
Sudan Intelligence Report, Nos 150-156
Microfile 148
1907 Jul - 1908 Jan
Sudan Intelligence Report, Nos 156-162
Microfile 149
1908 Jan-Feb
Sudan Intelligence Report, Nos 162-163
Microfile 150
1908 Feb-May
Sudan Intelligence Report, Nos 163-166
Microfile 151
1908 May-Dec
Sudan Intelligence Report, Nos 166-173
Microfile 152
1908 Dec - 1909 Sep
Sudan Intelligence Report, Nos 173-182
Microfile 153
1909 Sep - 1910 Nov
Sudan Intelligence Report, Nos 182-196
Microfile 154
1910 Dec - 1911 Dec
Sudan Intelligence Report, Nos 197-209
Microfile 155
1911 Dec -1913 May
Sudan Intelligence Report, Nos 209-226
Microfile 156
1913 May - 1914 Aug
Sudan Intelligence Report, Nos 226-241
Microfile 157
1914 Sep - 1916 Apr
Sudan Intelligence Report, Nos 242-261
Microfile 158
1916 May - 1918 Jul
Sudan Intelligence Report, Nos 262-288
Microfile 159
1918 Jul - 1920 Mar
Sudan Intelligence Report, Nos 288-308
Microfile 160
1920 Apr - 1921 Jul
Sudan Intelligence Report, Nos 309-324
SAD.930/7
1921 - 1927
Microfilm copy of selected pages from Sudan Intelligence Report Nos 324-401, chiefly comprising those sections and appendices relating to the southern provinces (Mongalla, Upper Nile and Bahr al-Ghazal). The microfilm was formed from original numbered strips, or microfiles, now spliced on to one reel, but retaining the original numbers, as follows:
Microfile 161
1921 Jul - 1922 Aug
Sudan Intelligence Report, Nos 324-337
Microfile 162
1922 Aug - 1923 Jul
Sudan Intelligence Report, Nos 337-348
Microfile 163
1923 Jul - 1924 Aug
Sudan Intelligence Report, Nos 348-361, (including an account of the 1924 mutiny in Khartoum)
Microfile 164
1922 Sep - 1926 Feb
Sudan Intelligence Report, Nos 362-379
Microfile 165
1926 Feb - 1927 Aug
Sudan Intelligence Report, Nos 379-397
Microfile 166
1927 Aug-Dec
Sudan Intelligence Report, Nos 397-401
SAD.930/4
1916
Microfilm copy of “Das Lado und Bahr el Ghazal - Pachtgebeit des Kongostaates”, Deutsches Kolonialblatt, 27, no 10/11 (1916), 135-161 (microfile 186)
SAD.930/4
1926
Microfilm copy of Papers relating to slavery in the Sudan, Sudan No.1 (1926) Cmd 2650 (microfile 187)
SAD.930/6
1926 - 1932
Microfilm copies of extracts from Congo, arranged on strips or microfiles, as follows:
Microfile 217
(At the end after extracts from Le Mouvement Géographique) Congo v 1 (Brussels, 1926): Obituary for Commandant Lemaire
Microfile 218
V 1 (1926): “L'Angleterre et la question du Soudan à l'époque du Madhisme”, pp 705-728
V 1, no 4 (Jun 1931): “Souvenirs de l'Uelé: Miani”, by L. Lotar, pp 494-514 and 670-686
V 2, no 4 (Nov 1931): continuation of above, pp 481-486
Microfile 219
Continuation of above, pp 486-505
V 1, no 1 (Jan 1932): “Redjaf”, by L. Lotar, pp 54-76
V 2, no1 (Aug 1932): “Souvenirs de l'Uelé: Jumker”, pp 1-22
V 2, no 3 (Oct 1932): continuation of above, pp 343-346
Microfile 220
Continuation of above, pp 346-361
SAD.930/4
1927
Microfilm copy of Despatch from the Governor-General of the Sudan to the Secretary-General of the League of Nations relating to slavery in the Sudan, Sudan No.1 (1927) Cmd 2872 (Microfile 187)
SAD.930/6
1929
Microfilm copy of Dammann, Ernst, Beiträge aus arabischen Quellen zur Kenntnis des negerischen Afrika (Bordesholm, 1929) (Microfile 225)
SAD.930/6
1930
Microfilm copy of part of Franck, Louis, Le Congo Belge (1890-1906), 2 (Brussels, 1930), pt 1 Col Chaltin, “Vers le Nil” (pp 103-114) and pt 2 Col Albert Paulis, “Episode de l'occupation du Bahr-El-Ghazal” (pp115-125) (Microfile 214)
SAD.930/8
1931
Microfilm copy of Tonquedec, A de Quengo de, Au pays des rivières (Paris, 1931), arranged as follows:
Microfile 210
pp 1-60
Microfile 211
pp 61-117
Microfile 212
pp 117-174
Microfile 213
pp174-230
SAD.930/6
1949
Microfilm copy of Urvoy, Y., Histoire de l'Empire du Bournou. Mémoirs de l'Institut Français d'Afrique Noire no 7 (Paris, 1949) (complete), arranged on strips or microfiles as follows:
Microfile 221
pp 1-40
Microfile 222
pp 41-80
Microfile 223
pp 80-120
Microfile 224
pp 121-161
SAD.930/4
1953 - 1955
Microfilm copy of Stone, John, Sudan economic development 1899-1913, Sudan Economic Institute, (Khartoum, 1955) and The Sudan economy. Introductory notes, Sudan Economic Institute (Khartoum, 1953) (microfile 187)
SAD.930/3
1955
Microfilm copy of Report of the Commission of Inquiry into the disturbances in the Southern Sudan during August 1955 [Khartoum, 1956] (microfiles 200-201)
SAD.930/4
1956
Microfilm copy of Evans-Pritchard, E.E., “A history of the Kingdom of Gbudwe (Azande of the Sudan)”, Zaire, 10 (1956), 451-491,675-710,815-860 (microfile 185)
SAD.941/8/6-11
1963
Offprint of reviews from Uganda Journal, 27, 2 (1963), 231-244
SAD.941/8/12-18
1963
Offprint of an article by Charles E.S. Kabuga on “The genealogy of Kabaka Kintu and the early Bakabaka of Buganda”, from Uganda Journal, 27, 2 (1963), 205-216
SAD.941/8/19-24
1964
Offprint of article by Edward A. Alpers on “Charles Chaille-Long's mission to Mutsea of Buganda”, from Uganda Journal, 29, 1 (1964), 1-11
SAD.941/8/25-36
1966
Autographed offprint of an article by Ann Beck on “Some observations on Jomo Kenyatta in Britain 1929-1930”, from Cahiers d'études Africaines, 6, 2 (1966), 308-329
SAD.941/8/37-52
1968
Photocopy of Robert O. Collins, Richard Gray and Richard Hill, “Development institutions in historical perspective: the Sudan” in Nations by design, New York (1968)
SAD.930/6
[1960s]
Microfilm copy of Sudan Political Service 1899-1956 (Oxford, [196-]) (Microfile 240)
SAD.942/1/1-13
1968
Offprint of an article by Norman R. Bennett of Boston University on “Mwinyi Kheri”, reprinted from Leadership in Eastern Africa: six political biographies, ed. Norman R. Bennett (1968)
SAD.942/1/14-19
1974
Offprint of R.O.C.'s article on “The history of the Nilotic Sudan” from the 15th edition of Encyclopaedia Britannica (1974)
SAD.942/1/20-31
[ca. 1970s]
Offprint of an article by Norman Robert Bennett on “Americans in Zanzibar: 1825-1845”, from “Essex Institute Historical Collections”
SAD.942/1/32-72
1986
Printouts of bibliographical files showing selected articles, government documents and pamphlets about Sudan since 1976 and recent books about Sudan since 1981, from the collections of the Library of Congress
SAD.942/1/73-76
1988
Photocopy of the acknowledgements from David Levering Lewis, The race to Fashoda: European colonialism and African resistance in the scramble for Africa, Bloomsbury (1988)
SAD.942/2/1-19
1989
Photocopy from Journal of Third World Studies, 6, 1 (Spring 1989) of an article by Eli J. Sasaran on “Ethiopia - Mengistu's northern crisis”, with covering letter from the author to R.O.C.
SAD.942/2/20-23
1992
Photocopies of reviews of Robert O. Collins, The waters of the Nile: an annotated bibliography, Sevenoaks (1991) by Tony Allan in Africa, 61, no 4 (1991) and in African Affairs, 91 no 364 (July 1992)
SAD.942/2/24-28
1992
Photocopy of a review by Paul Howell of Robert O. Collins, The waters of the Nile: hydropolitics and the Jonglei Canal, 1900-1988, Oxford (1990) in The Journal of African History, 33, no1 (1992)
SAD.942/2/29-32
1992
Photocopy of article by Wendy James on “Managing food aid: returnees' strategies for allocating relief” from Refugee Participation Network 13 (June 1992)
SAD.942/2/33-36
1992
Photocopy of article from unknown periodical on “The Islamic awakening's second wave” - text of an interview with Hassan al-Turabi
SAD.942/2/37-48
1989 - 1994
Copies of Historia, newsletter of the UCSB History Associates, v 2, no 5 (May 1989), v 3, nos 2 and 6 (Nov 1989 and May 1990) and v 8, no 1 (Nov 1994), including articles on R.O.C.
9. Primary source material on the Sudan, particularly on the South
SAD.942/3/1-34
1849 Nov 13 - Dec 10
Transcript of “Reise journal der expedition am Weissen Flusse, Central Afrika” by P. Ignaz Knoblecher [Ignacij Knoblehar (1819-1858)], copied from Biblioteca Palatina Vindobonensis, codex 14152
SAD.942/3/35-53
1851
Photocopy of original German manuscript by Ignaz Pallme, “Pläne und vorarbeiten zur Eroberung von Abyssinien, Darfur und Tripolis für Osterreich: nebst bemerkungen über den Schwepunkt des Kanonenkügeln”, with sections on Abyssinia, Darfur and Tripoli and related correspondence. Copied from original in the Czechoslovak State Archives, Brno.
SAD.930/3
1871 - 1946
Microfilm copy of papers held in American archives. The microfilm was formed from original numbered strips, or microfiles, now spliced on to one reel, but retaining the original numbers, as follows:
Microfile 196
Copies of the Alexander M. Mason Papers from the Library of Congress including correspondence 1871-1884; large scale map of the Nile form Dongola to Khartoum, 1884; Dr Abbate Pacha, Mason Bey (Cairo, 1898); and extract from unknown book on “Dar-For” by A. Mason Bey (pp377-382)
Microfile 197
Copies of the Chaillé-Long Papers from the Library of Congress, including correspondence 1877-1903; “Report on the forgotten American mission to Egypt” [in 1869] by Charles Chaillé-Long, Colonel Egyptian Army and formerly Chief of Staff to General Gordon; draft article by Chaillé-Long on “General Gordon - more soldier than saint” (32pp); “Le Colonel Chaillé-Long Bey versus le Gouvernement Egyptien”; and long letter of complaint to President Roosevelt, 1903
Microfile 198
Copies of certain papers from the US Department of State, files of the American Consulate in Cairo, 1906-1929, held in the National Archives of the US, including correspondence of Charles Chaillé-Long; statistics for exports from the Sudan to the USA and of imports into the Sudan, 1925-1927; “Note on a series of control works to regulate the irrigation water supply of the Nile Valley” by Sir Murdoch MacDonald, 1920; despatch by Franklin Mott Gunther to the Secretary of State in Washington on the Nile Waters Agreement 1929, with enclosures; and Note du Wafd Egyptien au sujet de l'Accord sur les Eaux du Nil
Microfile 199
Reports on agricultural and economic conditions in the Sudan 1923-1946, held in the National Archives of the US
SAD.946/26
1876 - 1892
Microfilm copy of Emin Pasha manuscripts (nos 1-151) in the Hamburg State Archives [German and Arabic]
SAD.942/4/1-25
1885
Report by Emin Pasha [Eduard Schnitzer] on the current situation in Equatoria, translated from the original Arabic by Kamal Ibrahim Shakkak and Ahmad al-Rahma al-Shaykh, University of Khartoum
SAD.942/4/26-40
1885 Feb 26
Text of the General Act of the Conference of Berlin
SAD.942/4/41-50
1890
Translation from the original Arabic of “A report from officers and civil servants of Equatoria Province to the Sirdar and the Egyptian soldiers”, signed by Shukri `Ali, Ahmad Ibrahim and others (Cairo Intelligence class 1, Box 11, file 56)
SAD.942/5/1-16
1890
Photocopies of items 1-9 from dossier A.E. 364, IV at the Archives des Affaires Etrangères Indépendant du Congo, relating to the Convention between the Congo and the Imperial British East Africa Company, with covering letter to R.O.C., 1962
SAD.942/5/17-100
[ca. 1890 - 1895]
Photocopies of documents from Foreign Office files at The National Archives relating to the Lado Enclave, chiefly official publications (Crown copyright)
SAD.930/4
1892 - 1911
Microfilm copies of papers from the Archives du Ministère des Affaires Etrangères. The microfilm was formed from original numbered strips, or microfiles, now spliced on to one reel, but retaining the original numbers, as follows:
Microfile 189
1892-1906
Copies of papers, mainly official correspondence and press cuttings on the Lado Enclave
Microfile 190
Copies of items from “Correspondence politique, Grande Bretagne”, v61 (1898), v62 (1898), v63 (1898-1899), v64 (1899), v65 (1899)
Microfile 191
Papers on the Lado Enclave, 1894-1908, continued from microfile 189 above
Microfile 192
1902-1911
Press cuttings on the Lado Enclave
SAD.942/6/1-10
1893 - 1896
Translated summaries of original Arabic correspondence between `Arabi Daf'Allah and the Khalifah `Abdallahi in the National Records Office's file Mahdia class 1, box 32
SAD.942/7/1-174
1898 Mar 5 - 1903 Jun 21
Typescript transcripts of letters home to his parents from Gilbert Falkingham Clayton (1875-1929) recording his experiences with the Royal Artillery during the Nile campaign, including the Battle of the Atbara and the Battle of Omdurman and service in the Bahr al-Ghazal 1902-1903:
SAD.942/7/2-9
1898 Mar 5 - 11
Travels through Egypt by train and boat, arriving in Wadi Halfa on 12 Mar
SAD.942/7/10-11
1898 Mar 13 -14
Description of Halfa
SAD.942/7/12-20
1898 Mar 27 - 29
From Ras el Hudi camp on the Atbara river concerning the journey from Halfa; manoeuvres in search of the Amir Mahmud's force
SAD.942/7/21-26
1898 Apr 5 - 10
From Abadar camp on the Atbara river describing in some detail the Battle of the Atbara
SAD.942/7/27-63
1898 Apr 17 - Jul 3
From Darmali regarding daily life in camp, the arrival of the railway surveying party and of reinforcements. (For hand-drawn maps in original letter, see microfilm copy at SAD 930/9 below.)
SAD.942/7/64-66
1898 Jul 8 - 10
From the postboat Tamai during a 3 day trip on the river
SAD.942/7/67-79
1898 Jul 17 - Aug 11
From Darmali regarding the arrival of new detachments in preparation for the advance on Omdurman, a spell in the field hospital with fever
SAD.942/7/80
1898 Aug 25
From Wad Hamed, ready for the advance on Omdurman
SAD.942/7/81-88
1898 Sep 7 - 12
From Omdurman, comprising copy diary entries for the period from 21 Aug, including a description of the Battle of Omdurman on 2 Sep, Gordon memorial service at Khartoum, visit to the Mahdi's tomb and Khalifah's house
SAD.942/7/89-90
1902 Oct 28
From Berber, preparing for a trip up the White Nile
SAD.942/7/91-117
1902 Nov 2 - 1903 Jan 9
From the S.W. Dal regarding life on board, en route to the Bahr al-Ghazal including visits to the site of the Fashoda incident, to Tawfiqia and Meshra er Req, arriving at Wau 18 Dec
SAD.942/7/118-166
1903 Jan 18 - May 25
From Wau concerning his life there; information on the harimat; death of Armstrong, second in command of the Bahr al-Ghazal force; hunting trips; trip to inspect government cattle (10 May); pets; difficulties in obtaining supplies
SAD.942/7/167-169
1903 May 26
Appointment as D.A.A.G. on the Headquarter Staff, Egyptian Army
SAD.942/7/170-174
1903 Jun 21
From the SS Khaibar on the White Nile concerning his journey back to Khartoum
SAD.930/9
1896 - 1914
Microfilm copies of papers of G.F. Clayton, including letters home as transcribed above. Some of the originals are still in the possession of the Clayton family; others are held in the G.F. Clayton collection in the Sudan Archive and for these the file references are given. The microfilm was formed from original numbered strips, or microfiles, now spliced on to one reel, but retaining the original numbers, as follows:
Microfile 289
1896 Jan 15 - 1900 Dec 5
1896 Jan 15
To his mother from the SS Britannia on his first departure on military service
1898 Aug 25 - Sep 7
As described in SAD 942/7/1-174 above
1900 Dec 5
From Halfaya re dinner in the new hotel at Halfa; journey by train to Halfaya; his accommodation there; military duties; daily exercise; visit to Omdurman; arrival of the first ladies, including Lady Wingate
Microfile 290
1901 Jun 7 - Dec 13
1901 Jun 7
From Khartoum, describing a habub and severe storm
1901 Dec 13
From the Palace, Khartoum describing a patrol to Ed Damer, Sofi, Gedaref, abu Haraz and back to Halfaya, with additional trips up the Setit river and to Gallabat; his diet on patrol; rough sketch of route
Microfiles 291-293
1902 Oct 28 - 1909 May 1
1902 Oct 28 - 1903 Jun 21
As described in 35/4d above
1906 Sep 12
From the SS Zafir on the Blue Nile, 60 miles south of Khartoum, en route to Sennar to take charge of the province for 2 months; description of the Zafir; province officers and their duties
1906 Oct 23
From Singa, while acting governor, concerning a trip to Roseires; abundance of game; officiating at a murder trial; governor's office
1909 May 1
From Berbera in Somaliland, after a trip from Aden and en route to the interior during operations against the “Mad Mullah”
Microfile 294
1917 Nov 25 - 1925
1917 Nov 25
From his wife Enid in Gezira, Cairo, to her father-in-law with Christmas wishes; waiting for arrival of new baby
1919 Sep
Clayton in Cairo to his father concerning his work in the Ministry of the Interior; assessment of the political situation in Egypt; waiting the arrival of the Milner Commission; success of George Lloyd's work in Damascus
1920 Jan 17
From Cairo re family news; lack of progress by the Milner Commission due to a boycott by the nationalists
1921 Jun 23
From Enid in Port Said to her mother-in-law re the death of one of their daughters from bubonic plague and the serious illness of another
1915 Oct 19 - 1916 Apr 12
Clayton in Cairo, to his Uncle Charlie, paying off part of his debt and re the progress of the war
1910 - 1925
Official papers relating to transfer to permanent service under the Sudan Government, pensions etc: copies of papers in SAD 472/11-472/12
Microfile 295
1898 - 1910
Note on service of Captain Clayton, ca. 1908; official letter re service, 1910; and letters home 5 - 27 Mar 1898, as described in SAD 942/7/1-174 above
Microfile 296
1898 Apr 5 - May 15
Letters home, as described in SAD 942/7/1-174 above. The letter of 17 Apr includes hand-drawn map showing the marches before and after the Battle of the Atbara and plan of the battle, 8 Apr 1898.
Microfile 297
1898 May 15 - Jul 17
Letters home, as described in SAD 942/7/1-174 above
Microfile 298
1898 - 1910
Letters home 17 Jul - 4 Aug 1898, as described in SAD 942/7/1-174 above
1906 May 16
Clayton in Kassala re difficulties encountered on the long march from Atbara at the hottest time of the year
1908 Aug 8 - 1910 Feb 21
Letters from Sir Reginald Wingate, chiefly to Clayton, but including some enclosures. For originals see the Clayton Papers in SAD 469/1/-10 and 469/2/1-92.
Microfile 299
1910 Mar 3 - 16
Continuation of letters from Sir Reginald Wingate. For originals see the Clayton Papers in SAD 469/2/1-92.
Microfile 300
1910 Mar 22 - Apr 7
Continuation of letters from Sir Reginald Wingate. For originals see the Clayton Papers in SAD 469/2/1-92.
Microfile 301
1910 Apr 7 - Sep 10
Continuation of letters from Sir Reginald Wingate. For originals see the Clayton Papers in SAD 469/2/1-92.
Microfile 302
1910 Sep 10 - 1911 Aug 21
Continuation of letters from Sir Reginald Wingate. For originals see the Clayton Papers in SAD 469/2/1-92 and 469/3/1-53.
Microfile 303
1911 Aug 26 - 1912 Jul 22
Continuation of letters from Sir Reginald Wingate. For originals see the Clayton Papers in SAD 469/3/1-53 and 469/4/1-39.
Microfile 304
1912 Jul 28 - Aug 19
Continuation of letters from Sir Reginald Wingate. For originals see the Clayton Papers in SAD 469/4/1-39 and 469/5/1-82.
Microfile 305
1913 Aug 20 - Dec 15
Continuation of letters from Sir Reginald Wingate. For originals see the Clayton Papers in SAD 469/5/1-82.
Microfile 306
1913 Dec 15 - 1914 Apr 16
Continuation of letters from Sir Reginald Wingate. For originals see the Clayton Papers in SAD 469/5/1-82 and 469/6/1-173.
Microfile 307
1914 Apr 16 - Sep 23
Continuation of letters from Sir Reginald Wingate. For originals see the Clayton Papers in SAD 469/6/1-173 and 469/7/1-80.
Microfile 308
1914 Sep 30 - Dec 30
Continuation of letters from Sir Reginald Wingate. For originals see the Clayton Papers in SAD 469/7/1-80.
SAD.930/10
1914 - 1918
Microfilm copies of papers of G.F. Clayton. The originals are held in the G.F. Clayton collection in the Sudan Archive and for these the file references are given. The microfilm was formed from original numbered strips, or microfiles, now spliced on to one reel, but retaining the original numbers, as follows:
Microfile 309
1915 Jan 6 - Apr 10
Letters to Clayton from Sir Reginald Wingate. For originals see the Clayton Papers in SAD 469/8/1-69 and 469/9/1-54.
Microfile 310
1915 Apr 14 - Jun 16
Letters to Clayton from Sir Reginald Wingate. For originals see the Clayton Papers in SAD 469/9/1-54.
Microfile 311
1915 Jun 16 - Aug 11
Letters to Clayton from Sir Reginald Wingate. For originals see the Clayton Papers in SAD 469/9/1-54 and 469/10/1-66.
Microfile 312
1915 Aug 14 - Oct 5
Letters to Clayton from Sir Reginald Wingate. For originals see the Clayton Papers in SAD 469/10/1-66 and 469/11/1-49.
Microfile 313
1915 Oct 5 - 1916 Jan 13
Letters to Clayton from Sir Reginald Wingate. For originals see the Clayton Papers in SAD 469/11/1-49 and 470/9/1-134.
Microfile 314
1916 Jan 13 - Feb 11
Letters to Clayton from Sir Reginald Wingate. For originals see the Clayton Papers in SAD 470/8/1-134.
Microfile 315
1916 Feb 11 - 24
Letters to Clayton from Sir Reginald Wingate. For originals see the Clayton Papers in SAD 470/1/1-134.
Microfile 316
1916 Feb 24 - Mar 24
Letters to Clayton from Sir Reginald Wingate. For originals see the Clayton Papers in SAD 470/1/1-134.
Microfile 317
1916 Mar 27 - May 7
Letters to Clayton from Sir Reginald Wingate. For orignals see the Clayton Papers in SAD 470/1/1-134 and 470/2/1-94.
Microfile 318
1916 May 7 - 31
Letters to Clayton from Sir Reginald Wingate. For originals see the Clayton Papers in SAD 470/2/1-94.
Microfile 319
1916 Jun 4 - Aug 13
Letters to Clayton from Sir Reginald Wingate. For originals see the Clayton Papers in SAD 470/2/1-94 and 470/3/1-98.
Microfile 320
1916 Aug 13 - Sep 13
Letters to Clayton from Sir Reginald Wingate. For originals see the Clayton Papers in SAD 470/3/1-98.
Microfile 321
1916 Sep 13 - Oct 26
Letters to Clayton from Sir Reginald Wingate. For originals see the Clayton Papers in SAD 470/3/1-98 and 470/4/1-59.
Microfile 322
1916 Oct 29 - 1917 Jun 20
Letters to Clayton from Sir Reginald Wingate. For originals see the Clayton Papers in SAD 470/4/1-59 and 470/6/1-41.
Microfile 323
1917 Jul 18 - 1918 Mar 6
Letters to Clayton from Sir Reginald Wingate. For originals see the Clayton Papers in SAD 470/7/1-19 and 470/8/1-12.
1916 Dec 18 - 1917 Apr 22
Letters to Clayton from Lee Stack. For originals see the Clayton Papers in SAD 470/5/1-9 and 470/6/1-41.
Microfile 324
1917 Apr 22 - 1918 Sep 11
Letters to Clayton from Lee Stack. For originals see the Clayton Papers in SAD 470/6/1-41 and 470/7/1-19.
Microfile 325
1914 Feb 14 - Dec 12
Letters to Clayton from Sir Reginald Wingate. For originals see the Clayton Papers in SAD 469/6/1-173 and 469/7/1-80.
Microfile 326
1914 Dec 12 - 1915 May 11
Letters to Clayton from Sir Reginald Wingate. For originals see the Clayton Papers in SAD 469/7/1-80, 469/8/1-69 and 469/9/1-54.
Microfile 327
1915 May 11 - 1916 Apr 17
Letters to Clayton from Sir Reginald Wingate. For originals see the Clayton Papers in SAD 469/9/1-54, 469/10/1-66, 469/11/1-49, 470/1/1-134 and 470/2/1-94.
Microfile 328
1916 Apr 17 - Aug 23
Letters to Clayton from Sir Reginald Wingate. For originals see the Clayton Papers in SAD 470/2/1-94 and 470/3/1-98.
SAD.930/11
1913 - 1926
Microfilm copies of papers of G.F. Clayton. The originals are held in the G.F. Clayton collection in the Sudan Archive and for these the file references are given. The microfilm was formed from original numbered strips, or microfiles, now spliced on to one reel, but retaining the original numbers, as follows:
Microfile 329
Press cuttings, assorted dates. For originals see the Clayton Papers in SAD 470/3/1-98, 473/1/1-88 and 471/1/1-43.
Microfile 330
1921 - 1922
Press cuttings; telegrams, etc . For originals see the Clayton Papers in SAD 473/1/1-43 and 470/11/1-24.
Microfile 331
1921 - 1928
Papers re the Ibn Sa'ud mission, 1927-1928 and Egypt, 1921. For originals see the Clayton Papers in SAD 472/4/1-76, 470/11/1-24 and 470/12/1-13.
Microfile 332
1921
Memorandum on Egyptian negotiations; correspondence on Egypt, 1921. For originals see the Clayton Papers in SAD 470/12/1-13 and 470/13/1-53.
Microfile 333
1921 - 1922
Papers on Egypt. For originals see the Clayton Papers in SAD 470/13/1-53 and 480/14/1-54.
Microfile 334
1922
Papers on Egypt. For originals see the Clayton Papers in SAD 480/14/1-54 and 470/15/1-18.
Microfile 335
1920
Papers on Egypt. For originals see the Clayton Papers in SAD 470/10/1-19, 470/13/1-53, 470/7/1-22 and 480/9/1-4.
Microfile 336
1917 - 1922
Papers on Egypt, 1917-1919 and Transjordan, 1922. For originals see the Clayton Papers in SAD 470/7/1-22 and 471/3/1-103.
Microfile 337
1922
Papers on Transjordan. For originals see the Clayton Papers in SAD 471/3/1-103.
Microfile 338
1922
Papers on Transjordan. For originals see the Clayton Papers in SAD 471/3/1-103.
Microfile 339
1917 - 1923
Papers on Transjordan, 1922-1923, the Hijaz and Egypt, 1917. For originals see the Clayton Papers in SAD 471/3/1-103, 470/14/1-54, 470/7/1-22, 470/5/1-9 and 693/11/1-18.
Microfile 340
1910 - 1925
Papers on the Hijaz, 1916, the Ibn Sa'ud mission, 1925 and correspondence from Clayton to Sir Reginald Wingate, 1910. For originals see the Clayton Papers in SAD 470/6/1-41, 471/7/1-56 and 469/2-469/5.
Microfile 341
1913
Correspondence from Clayton to Sir Reginald Wingate. For originals see the Clayton Papers in SAD 469/5/1-82 and 469/6/1-173.
Microfile 342
1914
Correspondence from Clayton to Sir Reginald Wingate. For originals see the Clayton Papers in SAD 469/5/1-82 and 469/6/1-173.
Microfile 343
1914 - 1925
Correspondence from Clayton to Sir Reginald Wingate; mission to Ibn Sa'ud, 1925. For originals see the Clayton Papers in SAD 469/6/1-173, 471/5/1-27 and 471/6/1-45.
Microfiles 344-8
1925
Papers re the Ibn Sa'ud mission. For originals see the Clayton Papers in SAD 471/7/1-56 and 471/2/1-15.
SAD.930/12
1913 - 1926
Microfilm copies of papers of G.F. Clayton. The originals are held in the G.F. Clayton collection in the Sudan Archive and for these the file references are given. The microfilm was formed from original numbered strips, or microfiles, now spliced on to one reel, but retaining the original numbers, as follows:
Microfile 349
1926 - 1927
Papers re the mission to Ibn Sa'ud. For originals see the Clayton Papers in SAD 471/8/1-130.
Microfile 350
1926 - 1927
Papers re the mission to Ibn Sa'ud. For originals see the Clayton Papers in SAD 471/8/1-130.
Microfile 351
1926 - 1927
Papers re the mission to Ibn Sa'ud, including draft treaty. For originals see the Clayton Papers in SAD 471/8/1-130.
Microfile 352
1925 - 1926
Papers re the mission to Yahya ibn Muhammad Hamid al-Din, Imam of the Yemen. For originals see the Clayton Papers in SAD 471/4/1-82.
Microfile 353
1925 - 1926
Papers re the mission to Yahya ibn Muhammad Hamid al-Din, Imam of the Yemen. For originals see the Clayton Papers in SAD 471/4/1-82 and 471/1/1-34.
Microfile 354
1925 - 1926
Papers re the mission to Yahya ibn Muhammad Hamid al-Din, Imam of the Yemen, . For originals see the Clayton Papers in SAD 471/1/1-34.
Microfile 355
1926 - 1927
Papers regarding the negotiations between Britain and Italy on interests in the Red Sea area. For originals see the Clayton Papers in SAD 471/1/36-43 and 471/9/1-82.
Microfile 356
1926 - 1927
Papers regarding the negotiations between Britain and Italy on interests in the Red Sea area. For originals see the Clayton Papers in SAD 471/9/1-82.
Microfile 357
1926 - 1927
Papers on the mission to Ibn Sa'ud. For originals see the Clayton Papers in SAD 471/8/1-130.
Microfile 358
1926 - 1927
Papers on the mission to Ibn Sa'ud. For originals see the Clayton Papers in SAD 471/8/1-130.
Microfile 359
1926 - 1927
Papers on the mission to Ibn Sa'ud. For originals see the Clayton Papers in SAD 471/8/1-130, 471/10/1-81 and 471/11/1-65.
Microfile 360
1926 - 1927
Papers on the mission to Ibn Sa'ud. For originals see the Clayton Papers in SAD 471/11/1-65.
Microfile 361
1926 - 1928
Papers on the missions to Ibn Sa'ud, 1926-1927 and 1927-1928. For originals see the Clayton Papers in SAD 471/12/1-18, 472/9/1-95 and 472/8/1-58.
Microfile 363
1927 - 1928
Papers on the mission to Ibn Sa'ud. For originals see the Clayton Papers in SAD 472/7/1-97.
Microfile 364
1927 - 1928
Papers on the mission to Ibn Sa'ud. For originals see the Clayton Papers in SAD 472/7/1-97.
Microfile 365
1927 - 1928
Papers on the mission to Ibn Sa'ud. For originals see the Clayton Papers in SAD 472/5/1-28 and 472/4/1-88.
Microfile 366
1927 - 1928
Papers on the mission to Ibn Sa'ud. For originals see the Clayton Papers in SAD 472/4/1-88.
Microfile 367
1928
Letters of condolence and obituraries for Sir Gilbert Clayton
Microfile 368
1928
Obituaries for Sir Gilbert Clayton
SAD.942/8/1-2
1898 Oct 18
Translation of document I.b. al-Firsh, 2 Jumada II 1316
SAD.930/13
1880 - 1919
Microfilm copy of papers held at the Church Missionary Society Archive at the University of Birmingham Library, comprising assorted correspondence 1912-1913, with memoranda of interviews with particular missionaries, plan and elevation of proposed new building at Malek station; volume entitled “Sudan Mission vol 1”, containing correspondence 1905-1919, with index, I“nstructions of the committee, Oct 5 1905, to missionaries proceeding to the Gordon Memorial Sudan Mission”, note of proposal of the Africa Inland Mission to start work among the Azande tribes; diary of the Sudan Mission, 1905-1913 including minutes of meeting with Sir Reginald Wingate to discuss a proposed new mission, 18 Jul 1905; and correspondence relating to the Nyanza mission, 1880-1881
SAD.930/6
1899 - 1904
Microfilm copy of papers in the Foreign Office files in The National Archives (Crown copyright), relating to Anglo-Congolese affairs:
FO 10/785: Cecil's précis of Anglo-Congolese negotiations, 1903
FO 2/376: Report by Captain Gage of a reconnaissance of the Bahr al-Jabal, 1899-1900
FO 123/436: Sudan Intelligence Report 119, Jun 1904 FO 78/5367: Map showing the frontier between the Congo Free State and the Bahr al-Ghazal, 1904 (Microfile 241)
SAD.930/7
1900 - 1947
Microfilm copy of papers from files in the National Records Office in Khartoum relating to the Southern Sudan. The microfilm was formed from original numbered strips, or microfiles, now spliced on to one reel, but retaining the original numbers, as follows:
Microfile 166
(After Sudan Intelligence Report 401). Official telegrams relating to the Lemaire party (Belgian) in the Bahr al-Ghazal, 1904
Palace Papers, Class 3, Box 2, file 10
Microfile 167
Continuation of Lemaire telegrams, 1903-1904
Palace, Class 3, Box 2, File 10 and Class 3, Box 3, File 21
289th meeting of the Governor-General's Council, 17-18 Jun 1928 on educational development in Southern Sudan
GenCo, Class 3, Box 15, File 61
Microfile 168
331st meeting of the Governor-General's Council, 8-9 May 1930, including “Memorandum on progress of the Southern policy and measures necessary to implement it”, 1930
GenCo, Class 3, Box 22, File 95
559th meeting of the Governor-General's Council, 29 Jul 1947, including first report of the Sudan Administration Conference, 1947; Passports and Permits (Amendment) Ordinance, 1947; the Permits to Trade Order, 1947; and the Closed Districts (Amendment) Order, 1947
GenCo, Class 3, Box 55, File 305
Microfile 169
Papers on economic development in Southern Sudan, 1933-1936, including note by J.N. Cameron, Department of Agriculture and Forests on agriculture of Mongalla Province, 1933; report on trade in Central District by E.H. Macintosh, District Commissioner, 1934; general notes by A. Lowden, Director of Agriculture on a tour of the Equatorial Province during Feb and Mar 1936; and record of a discussion held at the Palace 21 Apr 1936 on economic prospects for Equatorial Province
CivSec, Class 1, Box 5, File 11
Microfile 170
Continuation of papers on economic development in Southern Sudan, including note of a meeting at the Palace on 13 Mar 1937 on the southern provinces; note on sugar in the Southern Sudan, 14 Apr 1937; report on food crops, Equatorial Province by E.H. Macintosh, 18 Jun 1937; note by the Department of Economics and Trade on coffee growing in Equatoria, 1938; preliminary report of the Economic Botanist, J.G. Myers, on Equatorial Province, 15 Mar-15 Sep 1937; report on the state of trade in Aweil District by J.E.C. Mackrell
CivSec, Class 1, Box 5, File 11
Microfile 171
Continuation of papers on economic development in Southern Sudan, including end of report on Aweil District above; notes by A. Lowden, Director of Agriculture and Forests on the provisional report of the Economist Botanist on Yei, Meridi and Yambio districts, 1939; memorandum by P.J. Sandison on economic policy, 10 Feb 1939; and note of a meeting at the Palace, 14 Mar 1939 on agricultural policy in Equatoria Province
CivSec, Class 1, Box 5, File 11
Microfile 172
Continuation of papers on economic development, including note by F.D. Rugman, Financial Secretary on P.J. Sandison's memorandum on economic policy; comments by M.W. Parr, F.D. Rugman, General Manager Sudan Railways, and others on J.D. Tothill's report on agricultural development of Equatoria, 1940 (see below); record of a discussion held at the Palace, 6 Apr 1940 on economic policy in the south; and summary of proposals regarding economic development in Equatoria
CivSec, Class 1, Box 5, File 11
Microfile 173
Mongalla intelligence reports, 1903-1904
Intelligence, Class 8, Box 2, File 12
Microfile 174
Mongalla intelligence reports, 1904-1906
Intelligence, Class 8, Box 2, File 12
Microfile 175
Mongalla intelligence reports, 1906
Intelligence, Class 8, Box 2, File 12
Microfile 176
Mongalla intelligence reports, 1909
Intelligence, Class 8, Box 2, File 13
Papers regarding the Bahr al-Ghazal expedition, 1900, including instructions to Sparkes Bey, in command of expedition
Intelligence, Class 8, Box 2, File 7
Papers regarding the Bahr al-Ghazal expedition 1904-1905 including report by W.A. Boulnois Bey, 1904, summary of instructions for expedition and orders for O.C. Eastern patrol
Intelligence, Class 8, Box 2, File 10
Microfile 177
Papers regarding the Bahr al-Ghazal expedition, 1904-1905 including diary of patrol by A. Sutherland, Commandant 15th Sudanese, reports by Kaim. H. Fell, Intelligence Officer and Kaim B.C. Carter, commanding 9th Sudanese
Intelligence, Class 8, Box 2, File 8
Microfile 178
Bahr al-Ghazal intelligence reports and diaries, 1904-1905
Intelligence, Class 8, Box 2, File 9
Microfile 179
Bahr al-Ghazal intelligence report, 1914
Intelligence, Class 8, Box 2, File 11
Notes and recommendations on the agricultural development of Equatoria Province by J.D. Tothill, Director of Agriculture and Forests
Intelligence, Class 5, Box 2, File 9
Microfile 180
Tothill report continued
Intelligence, Class 5, Box 2, File 9
Microfile 181
Tothill report continued
Intelligence, Class 5, Box 2, File 9
Microfile 182
Equatoria annual report, 1944
CivSec, Class 57, Box 30, File 116
Equatoria annual report, 1937
CivSec, Class 57, Box 24, File 99
Equatoria annual report, 1938
CivSec, Class 57, Box 25, File 103
Equatoria annual report, 1942
CivSec, Class 57, Box 28, File 114
Microfile 183
Equatoria annual report, 1942 (continued)
CivSec, Class 57, Box 28, File 114
351st meeting of the Governor-General's Council including Chiefs' Courts ordinance, 1931
GenCo, Class 3, Box 27, File 118
360th meeting of the Governor-General's Council including negotiations on the Ilemi Triangle, 1931
GenCo, Class 3, Box 28, File 123
522nd meeting of the Governor-General's Council including Chiefs' Courts Ordinance (Amendment) 1944
GenCo, Class 3, Box 51, File 266
556th meeting of the Governor-General's Council including Chiefs' Courts Ordinance (Amendment No 2), 1947
GenCo, Class 3, Box 55, File 302
Microfile 184
Mongalla intelligence reports, 1906
Map of Lado Enclave and correspondence with the Belgian Chef de Secteur
Intelligence, Class 8, Box 2, File 12
SAD.930/1
1909 - 1927
Microfilm copy of papers from files in the National Records Office in Khartoum relating to the Southern Sudan. The microfilm was formed from original numbered strips, or microfiles, now spliced on to one reel, but retaining the original numbers, as follows:
Microfile 3
Papers on Patrol 107 against the Nuong Nuer in Bahr al-Ghazal Province, under the command of Fergusson Bey, including intelligence reports, telegrams etc (File no 83/51)
Intelligence, Class 2, Box 27, file 217
Microfile 4
Continuation of above
“Mission Chari Lac Chad l'Afrique Centrale Française, redit du voyage de la mission” by Auguste Chevalier (1907), translated by A. Case: typescript copy of chapter 6 on “The Sultan Senoussi”
Papers on the Mandala tribe in the Bahr al-Ghazal, 1909-1910 by Bimb. Huntly Walsh, Inspector Western District (file 83/6)
Intelligence, Class 2, Box 26, File 209
Microfile 5
Continuation of above
Report by O. Bentley, Senior Inspector Nuba Mountains Province on the Jakoing Nuer, 29 Oct 1917
Intelligence, class 2, Box 26, File 215
Papers on immigration into the Sudan from the French Congo and the situation in the Bahr al-Ghazal, 1911-1912, comprising report by R.P. Lewis, Inspector Western District, on an attack by Sultan Murad Ibrahim and Andal Abdullahi on Binga village, 3 Dec 1912; report by R.P. Lewis on the surrender of Sultan Kamun, son of the Sanusi, 2 Jan 1913; extracts from report by R.P. Lewis on the attitude of the Kreish tribe, 3 Dec 1912; memorandum on Sultan Dakako of Zemio and his people and their wish to settle in the Sudan, with related papers, Mar 1915
Intelligence, Class 2, Box 13, File 113
Microfile 6
Continuation of above
Draft reports for Bahr al-Ghazal Province handbook on Tembura, Southern (Meridi) and Yambio districts
Intelligence, Class 2, Box 26, File 214
Microfile 7
Continuation of above
Papers on Patrol No 51 against the Atwots and Matiang, Mar 1918, including intelligence reports, telegrams etc., 1917-1918 (file A.D.I. 83/39)
Intelligence, Class 2, Box 27, File 216
Microfile 8
Continuation of above
Microfile 9
Continuation of above
Papers re the immigration of Sultan Gabir from the Belgian Congo to the Sudan, 1906-1907 and of Sultan Maboko 1908-1909 (file 35/3)
Intelligence, Class 2, Box 13, File 111
Microfile 10
Continuation of above
Papers re the immigration of Sultan Sassa from the Belgian Congo, 1911 (file 35/5/1411)
Intelligence, Class 2, Box 13, file 114
Anonymous letter re the death of Shaykh Ayok Kerjok, Bahr al-Ghazal 1921-1922
Intelligence, Class 1, Box 21, File 111
Microfile 11
Continuation of above
History of the Eastern District of the Bahr al-Ghazal, 1911
Intelligence, Class 2, Box 26, File 208
Papers on Sultan Gellab's immigration from the French Congo, 1910-1911 (file 35/3/2) and re Sultan Sanusi's fight with the French and subsequent death, 1910-1911
Intelligence, Class 2, Box 13, File 112
Microfile 12
Continuation of above
Microfile 13
Papers relating to the Toposa of the Ilemi Triangle, 1925-1927(file x/26(6)), particularly relating to inter-tribal disturbances
Intelligence, Class 1, Box 7, File 30
Microfiles 14-15
Continuation of above
Microfile 16
Continuation of above
Intelligence, Class 1, Box 7, Files 30-31
Microfile 17
Continuation of above
Intelligence, Class 1, Box 7, File 32
Microfiles 18-19
Papers relating to Patrol 101 against the Dinka chief Ariendeet of the Bahr al-Arab, 1921-1922 (file x ii52/10)
Intelligence, Class 1, Box 21, File 109
Microfile 20
Continuation of above
Intelligence, Class 1, Box 21, File 110
SAD.930/14
1892 - 1921
Microfilm copy of papers from files in the National Records Office in Khartoum relating to the Southern Sudan. The microfilm was formed from original numbered strips, or microfiles, now spliced on to one reel, but retaining the original numbers, as follows:
Microfile 21
Correspondence, telegrams, maps etc relating to the Sudan - Belgian Congo boundary rectification, 1914-1915
Intelligence, Class 1, Box 7, File 36
Microfile 22
Part copies of Sudan Intelligence Reports, Jun 1892 (No 3) and Nov 1892 (No 8); “General report on the Egyptian Soudan compiled from statements by Slatin Bey”, 1895 and part copies of Sudan Intelligence Reports Nos 66-67, Dec 1899-Mar 1900
Microfile 23
Part copies of Sudan Intelligence Reports Nos 68-71,73-78,80, Mar/Apr 1900-Mar 1901
Microfile 24
Part copies of Sudan Intelligence Reports Nos 81-89,91-92, Apr 1901-Mar 1902
Microfile 25
Sudan Intelligence Reports Nos 93-97,99,101, Apr-Dec 1902
Microfile 26
Papers relating to the proposed exchange of territory between the Sudan and Uganda, 1911
Intelligence, Class 2, Box 36, File 310/1
Microfile 27
Papers concerning Patrol No 83 against outlaws raiding east of Latuka District, 1919
Intelligence, Class 2, Box 30, File 248
Papers concerning Patrol No 78 against Abyssinian poachers, 1919
Intelligence, Class 2, Box 30, File 246
Papers re a patrol against a section of the Aliab Dinka in Bor District, 1919
Intelligence, Class 2, Box 36, File 247
Notes on Upper Nile districts by Capt W.R. Dugmore, Uganda Rifles,1901
Intelligence, Class 2, Box 36, File 310
Microfile 28
Report on the Latuka and their country, by Capt Barlow, 1903
Intelligence, Class 2, Box 36, File 310
Papers on government policy towards the South, 1920
Intelligence, Class 2, Box 31, File 254
Mongalla Province monthly intelligence reports, 1921
Intelligence, Class 2, Box 30, File 251
Reports on Patrol No 89 against the Aliab Dinka, 1919
Intelligence, Class 2, Box 30, File 249
Microfiles 29-32
Continuation of above
Microfile 33
Continuation of above, 1919-1920
Lado Enclave taking-over notes, 1907-1908
Cairo Intelligence, Class 10, Box 12, File 52
Microfiles 34-35
Continuation of above, 1907-1910
Microfile 36
Missing
Microfile 37
Miscellaneous papers concerning the Bahr al-Ghazal, 1920s
Intelligence, Class 8, Box 1, File 6
Papers re flogging of a native boy
Intelligence, Class 8, Box 1, File 6
Report by J.E. Phillipps on native courts in Tembura district, 1925
Intelligence, Class 8, Box 1, File 6
Microfile 38
Continuation of above
Bahr al-Ghazal intelligence diaries and reports, 1899-1900
Intelligence, Class 5, Box 4, File 48
Microfile 39
Continuation of above
Papers re the Landgheim-Royaux Mission, 1902-1903
Intelligence, Class 5, Box 5, File 51
Microfile 40
Papers concerning the Congo Free State and the Sudan, 1894-1910, including letters and telegrams and copy of the “Treaty on spheres on influence of Great Britain and the independent state of the Congo in East and Cental Africa”, 1894
Intelligence, Class 5, Box 5, File 50
Papers re Rabih Zubayr, 1898-1920
Intelligence, Class 5, Box 5, File 53
SAD.930/15
1901 - 1933
Microfilm copy of papers from files in the National Records Office in Khartoum relating to the Southern Sudan. The microfilm was formed from original numbered strips, or microfiles, now spliced on to one reel, but retaining the original numbers, as follows:
Microfile 41
Papers concerning the Belgians in the Bahr al-Ghazal, 1906-1907 including Meridi intelligence report 1907 by Bimb. H. Channer and Report on Ire and Ewe by Bimb. L.D. Spencer, 22 Jun 1907
Intelligence, Class 5, Box 4, File 52
Microfile 42
Continuation of papers on the Belgians in the Bahr al-Ghazal and Meridi intelligence reports 1908-1910 by Bimb. L.D. Spencer
Intelligence, Class 5, Box 4, File 52
Letter to General Sir Reginald Wingate from Lord Cromer concerning the Belgians, 1901
Intelligence, class 5, Box 5, File 55
Microfile 43
Papers concerning the patrol against the Beir, 1908
Mongalla, Class 1, Box 1, File 3
Papers concerning the patrol against the Beir, 1910-1911
Mongalla, Class 1, Box 1, File 5
Microfile 44
Continuation of patrol against the Beir, 1911-1912 including patrol reports, 1912 by Bimb. C.V. Fox and R.C.R. Owen Bey, Political Officers and Notes on the Beir country by Bimb. C.V. Fox
Mongalla, Class 1, Box 1, File 5
Microfile 45
Continuation of Beir patrol above including patrol report by R.C.R. Owen Bey, 1912
Mongalla, Class 1, Box 1, File 5
Microfile 46
Continuation of Owen's report, above and report b C.B. Wauhope, Political Officer
Mongalla, Class 1, Box 1, File 5
Papers concerning patrol against the Nuer of Duk Fadiat, 1910 including patrol reports by Bimb. C. Little of the IX Sudanese, commanding Duk Fadiat patrol
Mongalla, Class 1, Box 1, File 4
Microfile 47
Continuation of Duk Fadiat patrol, 1910
Mongalla, Class 1, Box 1, File 4
Papers on Lokoya patrol, 1914-1916 including report by O.C.
Mongalla, Class 1, Box 2, File 6
Microfile 48
Continuation of Lokoya patrol
Mongalla, Class 1, Box 2, File 6
Papers concerning the Madial (Uganda) patrol, 1915-1916
Mongalla, Class 1, Box 2, File 7
Microfile 49
Papers concerning the Latuka patrol, 1915-1916
Mongalla, Class 1, Box 2, File 8
Papers relating to small patrols, 1915-1919: Kiteng, 1915; Lobuli, Ido, Imuruk, Ivutu, Aug 1915; Lowalong, Kojovi, 1915; Dongatola, Imatong, Lafit, Kojovi, Feb 1916; Imatong, 1916; Dongatola, 1918; Tereteinia, 1918
Mongalla, Class 1, Box 2, File 9
Microfile 50
Continuation of papers relating to small patrols Mongalla
Class 1, Box 2, File 9
Papers concerning the Turkana patrol, 1917-1918 (patrol 44), including intelligence reports on Rudolf Province, 1 Jun 1917 and reports by R.F. White Bey, O.C. Patrol 44
Mongalla, Class 1, Box 2, File 10
Microfile 51
Continuation of the Turkana patrol, 1918, including reports by R.F. White Bey and Bimbashi H. Jones-Vaughan, Political Officer Mongalla
Class 1, Box 2, File 10
Microfile 52
Papers concerning the Boya patrol (patrol 64), 1918, including patrol diary and intelligence reports
Mongalla, Class 1, Box 2, File 11
Microfile 53
Continuation of Boya patrol, 1918
Mongalla, Class 1, Box 2, File 11
Papers concerning the Uganda patrol, 1921-1922 (Dodinga operations), including patrol reports
Mongalla, Class 1, Box 2, File 12
Papers concerning the Lolimi patrol, 1930
Mongalla, Class 1, Box 2, File 13
Microfile 54
Continuation of the Lolimi patrol, 1930-1931, including patrol reports by G.R. King, Political Officer
Mongalla, Class 1, Box 2, File 13
Papers relating to game poachers, 1911-1913, including a report by an elephant poacher on poaching in the Belgian Congo, 1913
Mongalla, Class 1, Box 3, Files 19-20
Microfile 55
Continuation of papers on game poachers, 1911, including “Report on elephant poaching on the Lado-Congo frontier” by Bimb. C.V. Fox, Inspector Mongalla, 31 Oct 1911
Mongalla, Class 1, Box 3, File 20
Microfile 56
Papers on cults and societies, 1933
Mongalla, Class 1, Box 3, File 16
Papers relating to the proposed transfer of Meridi District, 1930
Mongalla, Class 1, Box 3, File 15
Papers on the Yambio patrol, 1902-1904, including intelligence diaries
Mongalla, Class 1, Box 3, File 14
Microfile 57
Continuation of papers on the Yambio patrol, 1903-1904, including a report by Kaim. P.R. Wood Bey, Commander Yambio patrol
Mongalla, Class 1, Box 3, File 14
Microfile 58
Continuation of papers on the Yambio patrol, 1903-1904, including report by Kaim. H.D.W. Lloyd, Intelligence Officer
Mongalla, Class 1, Box 3, File 14
Meridi District intelligence reports, 1914-1919
Mongalla, Class 1, Box 4, File 26
Microfile 59
Continuation of Meridi district intelligence reports, 1920
Mongalla, Class 1, Box 4, File 26
Yambio District intelligence reports, 1912-1914
Mongalla, Class 1, Box 4, File 25
Microfile 60
Continuation of Yambio District intelligence reports, 1915-1920
Mongalla, Class 1, Box 4, File 25
SAD.930/16
1902 - 1938
Microfilm copy of papers from files in the National Records Office in Khartoum relating to the Southern Sudan. The microfilm was formed from original numbered strips, or microfiles, now spliced on to one reel, but retaining the original numbers, as follows:
Microfile 61
Yambio intelligence reports, 1920-1927
Mongalla, Class 1, Box 4, File 25
Microfile 62
Yambio intelligence reports, 1927-1930
Mongalla, Class 1, Box 4, File 25
Tembura intelligence reports, 1911-1912
Mongalla, Class 1, Box 4, File 24
Microfile 63
Tembura intelligence reports, 1913-1917
Mongalla, Class 1, Box 4, File 24
Microfile 64
Tembura intelligence reports, 1917-1922
Mongalla, Class 1, Box 4, File 24
Microfile 65
Missing
Microfile 66
Tembura intelligence reports, 1928-1930
Mongalla, Class 1, Box 4, File 24
Papers concerning the reorganisation of Western District, Bahr al-Ghazal, 1936
Bahr al-Ghazal, Class 1, Box 3, File 16
Microfile 67
Continuation of papers on the reorganisation of Western District, 1937-1938
Bahr al-Ghazal, Class 1, Box 3, File 16
Notes upon the Western District and tribes, 1930-1935
Bahr al-Ghazal, Class 1, Box 3, File 12
Microfile 68
Notes upon the Western District and tribes, 1930-1935
Bahr al-Ghazal, Class 1, Box 3, File 12
Microfile 69
Notes upon the Western District and tribes, 1930-1935
Bahr al-Ghazal, Class 1, Box 3, File 12
Report on the Bahr al-Ghazal, 1935 by P. Ingleson, Governor
Bahr al-Ghazal, Class 1, Box 3, File 11
Microfiles 70-71
Report on the Bahr al-Ghazal, 1935 by P. Ingleson, Governor
Bahr al-Ghazal, Class 1, Box 3, File 11
Microfile 72
Papers from Belgian file, general, 1902-1903
Mongalla, Class 1, Box 7, File 44
Microfile 73
Papers from Belgian file, general, 1904-1907
Mongalla, Class 1, Box 7, Files 44 & 49
Microfile 74
Papers from Belgian file, general, 1907-1908
Mongalla, Class 1, Box 7, File 49
Papers from Belgian file, general, 1905
Mongalla, Class 1, Box 7, File 45
Microfiles 75-77
Papers from Belgian file, general, 1905
Mongalla, Class 1, Box 7, File 45
Microfiles 78-80
Papers on the Lemaire Mission, 1903-1905
Mongalla, Class 1, Box 7, File 46
SAD.946/1
1904 - 1937
Microfilm copy of papers from files in the National Records Office in Khartoum relating to the Southern Sudan. The microfilm was formed from original numbered strips, or microfiles, now spliced on to one reel, but retaining the original numbers, as follows:
Microfile 81
Papers concerning the western Bahr al-Ghazal and the application of southern policy, 1905 including “Note on the proposed Anglo-Belgian company to develop the Upper Nile”, by W.E. Garstin, 23 Mar 1905
Bahr al-Ghazal, Class 1, Box 3, File 17
Microfile 82
Papers concerning the western Bahr al-Ghazal and the application of southern policy, chiefly correspondence between province officials and the Civil Secretary, 1930
Bahr al-Ghazal, Class 1, Box 3, File 17
Microfile 83
Papers concerning the reorganisation of Western District, Bahr al-Ghazal, 1930-1937
Bahr al-Ghazal, Class 1, Box 3, File 17
Microfile 84
Mongalla Province monthly intelligence reports, 1918-1919: Yei, Opari, Bor and Moru districts
Mongalla, Class 1, Box 4, file 27
Microfile 85
Mongalla Province monthly intelligence reports, 1919-1920: Yei, Opari, Losinga, Bor, Latuka and Moru districts
Mongalla, Class 1, Box 4, file 27
Microfile 86
Mongalla Province monthly intelligence reports, 1920-1921: Latuka, Moru-Tombe, Yei and Dinka-Nuer districts
Mongalla, Class 1, Box 4, file 27
Microfile 87
Mongalla Province monthly intelligence reports, 1921-1923: Latuka, Dinka-Nuer, Yei and Eastern districts
Mongalla, Class 1, Box 4, file 27
Microfile 88
Mongalla Province monthly intelligence reports, 1924-1926: Moru-Aliab, Latuka and Eastern districts
Mongalla, Class 1, Box 4, file 27
Papers concerning the resignation of J.H. Driberg, 1926
Mongalla, Class 1, Box 5, File 34
Microfile 89
Papers relating to general rulings and policy on missions in the south, chiefly correspondence between missions and the government on the division of the south into mission spheres, 1911-1914 and including “Regulations and conditions under which missionary work is permitted in the Sudan” and “Instructions as to the procedure to be carried out by individuals or societies desirous of opening schools in the Sudan”, 1912
Mongalla, Class 1, Box 5, File 30
Microfile 90
Continuation of above, 1914-1922
Papers re dismissal of chiefs, 1928
Mongalla, Class 1, Box 5, File 37
Microfile 91
Report on a patrol to Tembura, 1904 by Bimbashi A.B. Bethell
Mongalla, Class 1, Box 5, File 32
Report on the past history of Meridi District by Jackson Bey, Jun 1910
Mongalla, Class 1, Box 5, File 32
Microfile 92
Continuation of report above
Report on Tembura District by H. Channer Bey, 22 Dec 1910 and Report on Yambio District by H. Channer, Jan 1911
Mongalla, Class 1, Box 5, File 32
Microfile 93
Continuation of report by H. Channer above
File on Anglo-Belgian negotiations, 1905-1906
Mongalla, Class 1, Box 7, File 48
Microfile 94
Continuation of above
Microfile 95
Continuation of above
Microfile 96
Continuation of above and including Special Sudan Gazette, no 85, 7 Dec 1905
Microfile 97
Continuation of above
Microfile 98
Continuation of above
Papers re disputed territory with the Belgian Congo, 1905-1906
Mongalla, Class 1, Box 7, File 47
Microfile 99
Continuation of above
Microfile 100
Continuation of above
SAD.946/2
1901 - 1933
Microfilm copy of papers from files in the National Records Office in Khartoum relating to the Southern Sudan. The microfilm was formed from original numbered strips, or microfiles, now spliced on to one reel, but retaining the original numbers, as follows:
Microfile 101
Miscellaneous papers on the Lado Enclave, 1901, mainly official correspondence but including “Report on inspection of Lado Enclave” and “Memorandum on Belgian pretensions to the Bahr el Ghazal in answer to Phipps' No 26 of February 22, 1901”
Cairo Intelligence, Class 10, Box 12, File 53
Microfile 102
Continuation of miscellaneous papers on the Lado Enclave, 1901-1903
Cairo Intelligence, Class 10, Box 12, File 53
Microfile 103
Continuation of miscellaneous papers on the Lado Enclave, 1903-1904
Cairo Intelligence, Class 10, Box 12, File 53
Microfile 104
Continuation of miscellaneous papers on the Lado Enclave, 1904, including report on a patrol against the Atwot Dinka with sketch map of villages in the vicinity of Mvolo
Cairo Intelligence, Class 10, Box 12, File 53
Lado Enclave - taking-over notes, 1906-1910
Mongalla, Class 1, Box 8, File 51
Microfile 105
Lado Enclave - taking-over notes, 1910, including report on the occupation of Lado Enclave May-June 1910, by R.C.R. Owen, Governor Mongalla
Mongalla, Class 1, Box 8, File 51
Microfile 106
Lado Enclave - taking-over notes, 1907-1910, including notes on Loka-Kagelu District, 1910; notes on the Lado Enclave and points in connection with the transfer from the Belgians, by a. Cameron, Governor Mongalla, 1907; and notes of requirements for administration on first taking over the Enclave
Mongalla, Class 1, Box 8, File 51
Sleeping sickness - Province Medical officer's annual report, 1919
Mongalla, Class 1, Box 6, File 39
Microfile 107
Sleeping sickness - Province Medical officers' annual reports, 1919-1926
Mongalla, Class 1, Box 6, File 39
Microfile 108
Sleeping sickness - Province Medical officers' annual reports, 1926-1929
Mongalla, Class 1, Box 6, File 39
Sleeping sickness - report of the President of the Sudan Sleeping Sickness Commission, 1908
Mongalla, Class 1, Box 6, File 40
Microfile 109
Continuation of report above
Mongalla, Class 1, Box 6, File 40
Papers concerning sleeping sickness migration from French Equatorial Africa, 1922-1923
Mongalla, Class 1, Box 6, File 41
Note on Sudan -Uganda boundary in Latuka District, 1913-1921
Mongalla, Class 1, Box 6, File 43
Microfile 110
Continuation of papers on the Sudan-Uganda boundary in Latuka District, 1913-1921
Mongalla, Class 1, Box 6, File 43
Papers concerning operations against the Didinga, 1913, including a report by Capt W.T. Brooks, Commanding Northern Garrison
Mongalla, Class 1, Box 6, File 43
Microfile 111
Continuation of papers on the Sudan-Uganda boundary in Latuka District, 1921, including memorandum by R.G.C. Brock, Acting Governor Mongalla Province, on the extension of administration in the east of Mongalla Province, 1921
Mongalla, Class 1, Box 6, File 43
Papers on the Tapotha [Toposa], 1920-1925
Mongalla, Class 1, Box 6, File 38
Microfile 112
Continuation of papers on the Toposa, 1925-1926
Mongalla, Class 1, Box 6, File 38
Microfile 113
Continuation of papers on the Toposa, 1921-1926
Mongalla, Class 1, Box 6, File 38
Microfile 114
Continuation of papers on the Toposa, 1927
Mongalla, Class 1, Box 6, File 38
Miscellaneous papers on the Bahr al-Ghazal, 1921-1926
Bahr al-Ghazal, Class 1, Box 1, File 3
Microfile 115
Miscellaneous papers on the Bahr al-Ghazal, 1926-1928, including “Notes on Dinka laws and customs” by Capt O'sullivan and A.G. Pawson, Inspector Melut District
Bahr al-Ghazal, Class 1, Box 1, File 3
Microfile 116
Papers on the patrol against the Agakir Dinka, 1913, including intelligence reports by Kaim. N. Channer, Political Officer and patrol report by R.L. Feilden, Governor Bahr al-Ghazal and O.C. Patrol, 6 Apr 1913
Bahr al-Ghazal, Class 1, Box 2, File 6
Microfile 117
Continuation of Feilden's report above
Bahr al-Ghazal, Class 1, Box 2, File 6
Papers on patrol 100, Eastern District, 1921-1922
Bahr al-Ghazal, Class 1, Box 2, File 8
Microfile 118
Continuation of papers on patrol 100, 1921-1922
Bahr al-Ghazal, Class 1, Box 2, File 8
Summary of patrols in the Bahr al-Ghazal, 1903-1925
Bahr al-Ghazal, Class 1, Box 2, File 10
Microfile 119
Continuation of summary of patrols, 1903-1929
Bahr al-Ghazal, Class 1, Box 2, File 10
Papers on education in Western District, Equatoria, 1928
Bahr al-Ghazal, Class 1, Box 3, File 18
Microfile 120
Continuation of papers on education in Western District, Equatoria, 1930, including “Education in the Southern Sudan: record of proceedings at an education conference held at Juba”, 1933
SAD.946/3
1904 - 1952
Microfilm copy of papers from files in the National Records Office in Khartoum relating to the Southern Sudan. The microfilm was formed from original numbered strips, or microfiles, now spliced on to one reel, but retaining the original numbers, as follows:
Microfile 121
Continuation of papers on education in Western District, Equatoria in Microfile 120 above, 1933-1942 including “Note on relations between educated and tribal elements in the Sudan”, 1939
Bahr al-Ghazal, Class 1, Box 3, File 18
Microfile 122
Continuation of papers on education in Western District, Equatoria, 1939-1948, including “Explanatory note on and summary of proposals for the reorganisation of educational work in the areas occupied by the Verona Fathers Mission in the Southern Sudan”, 1939; “Outline of proposals for the expansion and improvement of education in the Southern Sudan, put before Council by the Director of Education”, Nov 1944; “Memorandum of conditions for setting up self-governing primary teacher training colleges in the Southern Sudan”, 1947; and “Note on Arabic in the South”, 1948
Bahr al-Ghazal, class 1, Box 3, File 18
Microfile 123
Continuation of papers on education in Western District, Equatoria, 1949-1952, including “Note on the introduction of teaching Arabic to the curricula of schools in the Southern Sudan”, 1949; copy of the Education (non-government schools) Ordinance, 1927; and “Note for Minister on the policy adopted with regard to the teaching of religion in government schools in southern provinces”
Bahr al-Ghazal, Class 1, Box 3, File 18
Papers regarding the Nile-Congo Divide Syndicate, including record of interview with Mr Robert Williams, Mr Hutchinson and Mr Stuart, 1927
Bahr al-Ghazal, Class 1, Box 3, File 15
Microfile 124
Continuation of papers on the Nile-Congo Divide Syndicate, 1927, including summary of work done during the latter part of 1926 and 1927-1928
Bahr al-Ghazal, Class 1, Box 3, File 15
Microfile 125
Papers concerning native societies, 1916-1924, including Meridi District intelligence report, 1916 and Yei River District intelligence report, Feb 1920
Bahr al-Ghazal, Class 1, Box 3, File 14
Papers relating to general rulings with regard to missions, 1926-1929, including summary of mission work in the Bahr al-Ghazal, 1904-1926
Bahr al-Ghazal, Class 1, Box 4, File 23
Microfile 126
Continuation of papers relating to general rulings with regard to missions, 1929-1934
Bahr al-Ghazal, Class 1, Box 4, File 23
General papers on missions, 1928-1945
Bahr al-Ghazal, Class 1, Box 4, File 22
Microfile 127
Continuation of general papers on missions, 1945-1948
Bahr al-Ghazal, Class 1, Box 4, File 22
Microfile 128
Continuation of general papers on missions, 1948-1949
Bahr al-Ghazal, Class 1, Box 4, File 22
Microfile 129
Continuation of general papers on missions, 1949-1951, including draft chapter of book on “Mission and religious bodies”
Bahr al-Ghazal, Class 1, Box 4, File 22
Microfile 130
Continuation of general papers on missions, 1951-1953, including map showing missionary spheres of influence in the Southern Sudan
Bahr al-Ghazal, Class 1, Box 4, File 22
Microfile 131
Papers relating to Catholic missions, 1925-1934
Bahr al-Ghazal, Class 1, Box 4, File 24
Microfile 132
Papers relating to the encroachment of Roman Catholic missions, 1929-1932
Bahr al-Ghazal, Class 1, Box 4, File 21
Microfile 133
Continuation of papers relating to the encroachment of Roman Catholic missions, 1932-1934, including memorandum on reserved missionary zones in the Sudan, by H.A. MacMichael, 1932
Bahr al-Ghazal, Class 1, Box 4, File 21
Microfile 134
Papers on education and missions in Western District, 1927-1949
Bahr al-Ghazal, Class 1, Box 4, File 19
Regulations of the Slavery Repression Department, 1904-1909
Intelligence, Class 2, Box 43, File 363
Papers on the Sudan Government's attitude towards slavery, 1912
Intelligence, Class 2, Box 43, File 365
Papers on the disposal of slaves in the Bahr al-Ghazal, 1915
Intelligence, Class 2, Box 43, File 366
Microfile 135
Papers on slavery in the Bahr al-Ghazal, 1925-1934
Bahr al-Ghazal, Class 1, Box 6, File 26
General reports on the Dinka, 1926-1929, including “Notes on Dinka cases, Central District”, by M.A. Richards, 1927
Bahr al-Ghazal, Class 1, Box 6, File 29
Microfile 136
Continuation of general reports on the Dinka, 1930
Bahr al-Ghazal, Class 1, Box 6, File 29
Papers on inter-tribal questions, Bahr al-Ghazal, 1926-1932
Bahr al-Ghazal, Class 1, Box 6, File 30
Microfile 137
Papers on inter-tribal questions, Equatoria, 1927-1930
Bahr al-Ghazal, Class 1, Box 6, File 31
Microfile 138
Notes on Dinka districts, 1927, including “Report on Eastern District (Atwots and Dinkas), Bahr el Ghazal Province on the occasion of its transfer to Upper Nile Province”, by H.F. Kidd, D.C. Eastern District, 1927; handing-over notes by Capt G.K.P. Hebbert; and 1934 report on Yirrol District
Bahr al-Ghazal, Class 1, Box 6, File 28
Microfile 139
Notes on Dinka districts, 1934, including notes on Dinka character and customs; notes on chiefs and tribal politics; and handing-over note on Yirrol District, 1935
Bahr al-Ghazal, Class 1, Box 6, File 28
Microfile 140
Notes on Dinka districts, 1935-1938
Bahr al-Ghazal, Class 1, Box 6, File 28
SAD.946/4
1903 - 1955
Microfilm copies of papers of certain former British Sudan Government officials, arranged on strips or microfiles as follows:
Microfile 242
Papers of G.L. Elliot-Smith I (Sudan Political Service, 1926-1946): Official papers relating to Equatoria, 1941, including memorandum on southern policy, Western District by Elliot-Smith
Microfile 243
Papers of G.L. Elliot-Smith II (southern policy), 1936-1944, including copy of Furawi's news letter v 1, no 1 (Khartoum, 1944) and handing-over note by Elliot-Smith, D.C. Anuak-Beir, 1936
Microfile 244
Papers of G.L. Elliot-Smith III, 1934-1936: Continuation of handing-over note above; detailed letter from Elliot-Smith to Mrs Seligman on the Anuak, 1934; compendium of extracts from monthly diaries and official reports dealing with the Adongo area, compiled 1932
Microfile 245
Papers of G.L. Elliot-Smith IV: Continuation of compendium above; notes on the Anuak situation, the administration of the Anuak tribe with particular reference to the Adonga section and the “Royal Heirlooms” or “Hereditary emblems” ; notes on the frontier problem in the Akobo area, by Elliot-Smith, Mar 1933; and notes on the administration of the Anuak tribe, Akobo District, Upper Nile Province
Microfile 246
Papers of G.L. Elliot-Smith V: Continuation of note above; papers re the Anuak royal house 1933-1935, including “History of Lafon” by H.A. Lilley, D.C. Latuka District, 1936 and J.H. Driberg, “Lafon Hill”, Sudan Notes and Records, 8 (1925), 47-57
Microfile 247
Papers of G.L. Elliot-Smith VI: Memorandum on Beir tribal organisation, by Elliot-Smith, 1936; and comment on M.W. Parr's memorandum on the rectification of the eastern frontier, by E.G. Coryton, Governor Upper Nile Province, 1936
Microfile 248
Cave Papers: Father Cave's diary of the Sudan mutiny Aug 1955
Microfile 249
Ryder Papers I: Memoirs of Ryder, a surveyor, who went to the Sudan in 1905. The memoir ends during WW1.
Microfile 250
Missing
Microfile 251
Papers of A.E.D. Penn (Sudan Political Service, 1926-1951): handing-over notes by Penn, D.C. Lakes District, Equatoria, 1941
Microfile 252
Penn Papers II: Continuation of above
Papers of Major M.G. Richards I (Sudan Political Service, 1919-1937): Memoirs of Sudan service, in the form of individual articles (“A narrow escape”, “The biter bit”, “The truth diviner”, “An awkward visitor”, “Beads” and “Togbo Togbo”)
Microfile 253
Missing
Microfile 254
Papers of A.W. Jennings Bramly I: Report on a journey to Tau and Jonglei, by Inspector Bor, 1907; report on a trip to Addis Ababa by Jennings-Bramly; articles including “A Dinka prophet”, “An evening drink in the sudd” and “At the court of the Lion of Judah”
Microfile 255
Papers of A.W. Jennings Bramly II: Letter of appreciation to Jennings-Bramly from A. Cameron, Governor Mongalla on his appointment to Abyssinia, 1907; report on a trip to Jabal Lafon, by Jennings-Bramly, A/Governor Mongalla, Nov 1909; impressions of Gambeila by Jennings-Bramly, Inspector Bor; report by Jennings-Bramly on a visit to Kongor, 1909; report by N.T. Borton on the route to Jabal Lafole and notes on the Beri tribe, Apr 1904; article - “An African queen”
Microfile 256
Papers of A.W. Jennings Bramly III: Continuation of above; article entitled “My first elephant”; diary extracts 1903-1904 and 1907; articles on “A canoe trip on Lake Victoria Nyanza after hippopotamus” and “Trip to Latuka”; note by Jennings-Bramly on missionaries at Bor, 1907; article entitled “Bombo of Belinian”
Microfile 257
Papers of J.W. Robertson I (Sudan Political Service, 1923-1953): Note by Robertson of general impressions of Juba meeting; monthly letters from the Civil Secretary to province governors, 1945. (For originals see the Robertson Papers, SAD 524/9/1-40)
Microfile 258
Papers of J.W. Robertson II: monthly letters from the Civil Secretary to province governors, 1945-1946. (For originals see the Robertson Papers, SAD 524/9/1-40 and 524/10/1-33).
Microfile 259
Papers of J.W. Robertson III: monthly letters from the Civil Secretary to province governors, 1946. (For originals see the Robertson Papers, SAD 524/10/1-33 and 524/11/1-40).
Microfile 260
Papers of J.W. Robertson IV: monthly letters from the Civil Secretary to province governors, 1946-1947. (For originals see the Robertson Papers, SAD 524/11/1-40 and 524/12/1-35).
Microfile 261
Papers of J.W. Robertson V: monthly letters from the Civil Secretary to province governors, 1947. (For originals see the Robertson Papers, SAD 524/12/1-35 and 524/13/1-33).
Microfile 262
Papers of J.W. Robertson VI: monthly letters from the Civil Secretary to province governors, 1947. (For originals see the Robertson Papers, SAD 524/13/1-33 and 524/14/1-42).
Microfile 263
Papers of J.W. Robertson VII: monthly letters from the Civil Secretary to province governors, 1947-1948. (For originals see the Robertson Papers, SAD 524/14/1-42 and 525/1/1-34).
Microfile 264
Papers of J.W. Robertson VIII: monthly letters from the Civil Secretary to province governors, 1948. (For originals see the Robertson Papers, SAD 525/1/1-34 and 525/2/1-38).
Microfile 265
Papers of J.W. Robertson IX: monthly letters from the Civil Secretary to province governors, 1948-1949. (For originals see the Robertson Papers, SAD 525/2/1-38 and 525/3/1-34).
Microfile 266
Papers of J.W. Robertson X: monthly letters from the Civil Secretary to province governors, 1949. (For originals see the Robertson Papers, SAD 525/3/1-34 and 525/4/1-36).
SAD.946/5
1946 - 1957
Continuation of microfilm SAD 946/4 above, containing copies of papers of former British Sudan Government officials, arranged on strips or microfiles as follows:
Microfile 267
Papers of J.W. Robertson XI: monthly letters from the Civil Secretary to province governors, 1949. (For originals see the Robertson Papers, SAD 525/4/1-36 and 525/5/1-31).
Microfile 268
Papers of J.W. Robertson XII: monthly letters from the Civil Secretary to province governors, 1949-1950. (For originals see the Robertson Papers, SAD 525/5/1-31 and 525/6/1-30).
Microfile 269
Papers of J.W. Robertson XIII: monthly letters from the Civil Secretary to province governors, 1950. (For originals see the Robertson Papers, SAD 525/7/1-49).
Microfile 270
Papers of J.W. Robertson XIV: monthly letters from the Civil Secretary to province governors, 1949. (For originals see the Robertson Papers, SAD 525/7/1-49 and 525/8/1-48).
Microfile 271
Papers of J.W. Robertson XV: monthly letters from the Civil Secretary to province governors, 1950-1951. (For originals see the Robertson Papers, SAD 525/8/1-48 and 525/9/1-43).
Microfile 272
Papers of J.W. Robertson XVI: monthly letters from the Civil Secretary to province governors, 1951. (For originals see the Robertson Papers, SAD 525/9/1-43 and 525/10/1-51).
Microfile 273
Papers of J.W. Robertson XVII: monthly letters from the Civil Secretary to province governors, 1951. (For originals see the Robertson Papers, SAD 525/10/1-51 and 525/11/1-45).
Microfile 274
Papers of J.W. Robertson XVIII: monthly letters from the Civil Secretary to province governors, 1951-1952. (For originals see the Robertson Papers, SAD 525/11/1-45 and 525/12/1-32).
Microfile 275
Papers of J.W. Robertson XIX: monthly letters from the Civil Secretary to province governors, 1952. (For originals see the Robertson Papers, SAD 525/12/1-32 and 525/13/1-38).
Microfile 276
Papers of J.W. Robertson XI: monthly letters from the Civil Secretary to province governors, 1952. (For originals see the Robertson Papers, SAD 525/13/1-38 and 525/14/1-36).
Microfile 277
Papers of J.W. Robertson XXI: monthly letters from the Civil Secretary to province governors, 1952-1953. (For originals see the Robertson Papers, SAD 525/14/1-36 and 525/5/1-31).
Microfile 278A
Papers of J.W. Robertson XXII: monthly letters from the Civil Secretary to province governors, 1953. (For originals see the Robertson Papers, SAD 525/15/1-45).
Microfile 278
Papers of J.W. Robertson XXII: official papers relating to the Juba conference. For originals see the Robertson Papers, SAD 519/1/1-17, 519/2/1-19 and 519/3/1-25).
Microfile 279
Papers of J.W. Robertson XXIII: official papers relating to the Juba conference. For originals see the Robertson Papers, SAD 519/1/1-17, 519/2/1-19 and 519/3/1-25).
Microfile 280
Missing. Professor Collins' list describes this as Kingdon Papers I. These may now be on microfilm SAD 930/6, microfile 229.
Microfile 281
Papers of F.D. Kingdon II: Upper Nile Province “First impressions or taking-over notes” by Kingdon, 1945; Sudan Government British Pensioners' Association minutes of meetings, 1955-1957
Microfile 282
Papers of F.D. Kingdon III: Rules of the Sudan Government British Pensioners' Association and minutes, 1953; Upper Nile Province handing-over notes by Kingdon, Mar 1948; article entitled “First and last”; road distances and notes Nasir-Jokau-Kigille-Daga; “Nuer meeting 1947: a note on Eastern Nuer District”; personal notes 1946-1947, in diary form
Microfile 283
Papers of F.D. Kingdon IV: continuation of personal notes 1947-1948; Dinka notes and customs (written in 1925 diary)
Microfile 284
F.D. Kingdon papers V: continuation of notes above
Microfile 285
Missing. Professor Collins' list describes this as Donald Papers I. These may be on microfilm SAD 930/6, microfile 226
Microfile 286
Papers of J.C.N Donald II. Copies of original papers in the Sudan Archive. See Donald handlist for descriptions.
Microfile 287
Papers of J.C.N. Donald III. Copies of original papers in the Sudan Archive. See Donald handlist for descriptions.
Microfile 288
Papers of J.C.N. Donald IV. Copies of original papers in the Sudan Archive. See Donald handlist for descriptions.
SAD.946/6
1905 - 1906
Microfilm copies of items on the Southern Sudan held in The National Archives, comprising Notes on the military situation in the Southern Sudan and British East Africa, War Office (10 Oct 1905), with letter from Lord Cromer to Sir Edward Grey regarding the need to settle the dispute with the Congo Free State government, 15 Mar 1906 and memorandum by W.E. Garstin on the Bahr al-Ghazal, 13 Mar 1906 (originally microfile 380)
SAD.946/7
1909 - 1914
Microfilm copy of papers held at the Church Missionary Society Archive at the University of Birmingham Library, comprising minutes of the Palestine mission, 1909-1914 and papers relating to the Gordon Memorial Sudan Mission, 1905-1912 including general correspondence, minutes of the council of the Gordon Memorial Sudan Mission, lists of provisions, plans of missions stations, printed material etc, arranged chronologically. Other items include a copy of Warrage ke Tet e Alla, Nile Mission Press, Cairo (1906); Missionary Journal of Rev. F.B. Hadow, nos 14 (1906) and 16 (1907); memorandum of interview with Rev., Hadow and Dr. A.R. Cook regarding the early stages and future prospects of the Gordon memorial Sudan Mission, Dec 1907; copy of The Sudan Times, 26 Jan 1910, marking 25 years since the death of General Gordon; extracts from the annual report on Mongalla Province by Major R. Owen, governor, 1910; general report on the British mission sphere of the Anglo-Egyptian Sudan, by Archibald Shaw, 1911; report on sleeping sickness; “regulations and conditions under which missionary work is permitted in the Sudan”, 1912
SAD.942/8/3-14
1923 Jul 20
Photocopy of typescript article by A.E. Robinson, Controller, Press Section, Intelligence Department on “The rulers of the Sudan since the Turkish occupation until the evacuation by order of the Khedive: a list of the Governors General with a brief biographical note compiled from the original records and contemporary writers”, with covering letter to General Sir Reginald Wingate, former Governor-General
SAD.946/6
1925 - 1930
Microfilm copy of items on Northern Kenya from the Kenya Government Archives, comprising North Turkana annual reports 1928 (pp 1-10,13-17,22), 1929 (pp 2,6,9,12-19); Turkana annual report 1929 (pp 1,5-9); Turkana political records, 1926 (pp 106-110,165-168,170,178-182,187); memorandum on Turkana frontier affairs, introductory letter, 1934 plus pages 1-16 and appendix A pp 1-4; frontier affairs letters nos 11,13,36,37,44,59-64, 1928-1930; report on the Mereille patrol, Nov-Dec 1926 with letter from J.C. Maffey to H.M. High Commissioner for Sudan, 9 Nov 1928; letter from Pennefather Holland on safari at Maji to H.A. MacMichael, Civil Secretary, 8 Sep 1928 (24 pp); appendix A & C, copies of telegrams between the Governor Mongalla and the Civil Secretary, 1925-1926; and “North Turkana history” by J.S.S. Rowlands, pp1,2,5,6,19-26 (ts) (originally microfile 381)
SAD.942/8/15-23
[ca. 1927]
Copy extract from a typescript account by [Marshall Bond] of a visit to Omdurman and Khartoum in 1927, from “An African log from Cairo to the Cape”
SAD.930/6
[ca. 1928 - 1961]
Microfilm copies of papers of certain former British Sudan Government officials, arranged on strips or microfiles as follows:
Microfile 226
1961
Papers of M.W. Parr (Sudan Political Service 1920-1942), including correspondence with William Deng, 1961; “Short memorandum on Southern Sudan” by William Deng, with comments by Parr; copy of a government memorandum entitled “Summary of the British Southern policies”, brought home by Mr C. Cook, 1961, with comments by Parr
Papers of J.C.N. Donald (SPS 1930-1955): Upper Nile province annual report 1952-1953
Microfile 227
Papers of R.M. Feilden I (Sudan Government service 1904-1921: memoirs of Sudan service, illustrated with photographs, press cuttings and some letters
Microfile 228
Feilden Papers II: continuation of memoirs
Microfile 229
Feilden Papers III: continuation of memoirs
Papers of F.D. Kingdon including official papers, Upper Nile Province 1944; speech at the opening of El Obeid Town Council, 1 Jul 1942; and a note on the Western Nuer patrol, 1927/28
Microfile 230
Papers of J.W.G. Wyld I (Sudan service 1926-1950), including copy of “Chief Gangura's story” and “Tombu's story”; aide memoire by Wyld to the Zande Scheme and notes on progress etc, 1948; note on patrols against the Nuer; note on Zande District education meeting and pre-development meeting, 1945
Microfile 231
Continuation of above
Microfile 232
Papers of C.H.L. Skeet I (SPS 1921-1945), including handing-over notes for Skeet by M.W. Parr, Limuru Aug 1942; and notes based on Parr's handing-over note
Microfile 233
Skeet Papers II: handing-over notes, Juba 1945
Microfile 234
Papers of H.A. Nicholson (Education) I (SPS 1924-1949): notes to J.F. Tiernay on Moru District to be read in conjunction with B.V. Marwood's notes of 9 Apr 1948 (pp 1-23)
Microfile 235
Missing
Microfile 236
Papers of J.F. Cumming I (SPS 1927-1954), including press cutting from The Sudan Star on “Bor's first step in local councils”; and Bor District annual report 1953/54
Microfile 237
Cumming Papers II: continuation of above
Microfile 238
Cumming Papers III: handing-over notes, Bor District by Cumming, including historical resumé of the district
Microfile 239
Cumming Papers IV: continuation of above; letters of farewell including from the “Bahr-El-Ghazal Commercial Club”, Wau
SAD.942/8/29-49
1930 Jan 25 - 1947 Sep 23
Official memoranda and related correspondence on southern policy, 1930-1932 and notes on a proposed southern conference at Juba, 1947
SAD.942/8/24-28
1930 Jun 10 - Jul 1
Letter from the Governor Bahr al-Ghazal Province to District Commissioner, Western District on “Local natives as traders”, with reply
SAD.942/9/1-80
[1930 - 1934]
Notebook containing information recorded by District Commissioner Wau, Bahr al-Ghazal and comprising district handing-over notes, tribal notes and various enclosures. Pp 1-80, district handing-over notes, were possibly drawn up by G.B. Crole, and cover taxation, roads, rest houses, police, prison warders, native cases, civil cases, natives of Bahr al-Ghazal Province leaving the province, non-natives of Bahr al-Ghazal Province, ivory, rifles in the hands of natives, grass for thatching, bricks, soda water factories, province prison, leper colony, servants, tribal marriage etc., Native Administration and Wau town. The remainder of the book, written in a different hand, possibly E.H. Macintosh, comprises notes on province tribes. Enclosures (now stored in separate file):
SAD.942/10/1-3
1934 Aug 8
Letters to E.H. Macintosh from S. Santandrea of the Catholic Mission, Wau concerning the state of the roads at Kayango and their shared interest in anthropological studies
SAD.942/10/4
1939 Jan 8
List of members of Abeo chiefs' court and their pay
SAD 942/10/5-45
Notes on tribes of the Bahr al-Ghazal, in a variety of hands and typescript
SAD.942/10/46
1930
Cutting from The Times on “Bruce of Abyssinia”
2 complete copies of The Messenger, v 3 nos 6 & 7 (now transferred to the library at SudA+ PK1602 MES)
SAD.930/2
1931 - 1942 [with enclosures of earlier date]
Microfilm copy of official papers from Bahr al-Ghazal office files. The microfilm was formed from original numbered strips, or microfiles, now spliced on to one reel, but retaining the original numbers, as follows:
Microfile 141
1907 and 1938
Notes on Dinka Districts. Copies of papers from Dinka District office files, 22 Jan - 2 Mar 1938, primarily on Dinka law and customs, including reports and extracts from D.C.'s meetings and a “Note by Major Sullivan on Dinka customs and law”, 13 Mar 1907
Bahr al-Ghazal, class 1, box 6, file 28
Microfile 142
1938 - 1942
Notes on Dinka Districts. Copies of papers from Dinka District office files, chiefly on tribal fighting and including “Note on ownership of cattle in Shilluk customary law” by M.E.C. Pumphrey, 4 Sep 1941; extract from Tonj District monthly diary for Jul 1941, “Note on the Dinka oath on ashes” by J.E.C. Mackrell, 2 Dec 1941; note by D. Hawkesworth on priests and magicians, 21 Feb 1942 and various memoranda on tribal fighting and native administration
Bahr al-Ghazal, class 1, box 6, file 28
Microfile 143
1931 - 1936
Dinka-Nuer raids. Copies of papers from Dinka District office files on tribal disturbances, including minutes of a meeting at Wau to consider Nuer encroachments into Eastern District, 30 Mar 1931; and report on a trip into Bul Nuer country by D.C. Western Nuer
Bahr al-Ghazal, class 1, box 6, file 33
SAD.943/1/1-15
[1931]
Photocopy of a manuscript account of an attack on the Eastern Arab Corps stationed at Kassala on 28 Dec 1918, referred to as the “Sambo raid”. The account, which is addressed to Kaimakam T.E. Hearn, HQs SDF, was probably written by C.H. Thomson who was a District Commissioner in Kassala in 1918 and by the time of writing was Governor Fung Province.
SAD.943/2/1-194
1933 Nov
Mongalla Province summary by L.F. Nalder, Governor Mongalla, arranged in the following sections: (1) physical (2) historical (3) external (4) tribal and administrative (5) the Equatorial Corps (6) medical (7) missions and education (8) communications (9) agriculture (10) forests (11) domestic animals and game (12) trade and economic development (13) taxation. A revised version of this manuscript was later published as L.F. Nalder, Equatorial Province handbook, Sudan Government memoranda. New administrative series, 4 (Khartoum, 1936) after Mongalla joined with Bahr al-Ghazal to form Equatorial Province on 1 Jan 1936
SAD.943/3/1-4
[ca. 1930s]
Memorandum on information obtained from Captain Bouysson, leader of the Pierre Mission on survey work undertaken in the country between Wau and Goubé in the French Congo with a view to linking up the railway systems
Papers of F.D. Corfield, Sudan Political Service 1926-1952
SAD.943/3/5-37
1935 Nov 22 - Dec 31
Notes on the indigenous foundations of native authority in the Jikany Nuer of Eastern Nuer District, Upper Nile Province by F.D. Corfield, with detailed comments by M.W. Parr, Governor Upper Nile Province and further notes written in response to these
SAD.943/3/38-92
1938
Typescript article by F.D. Corfield on the Koma tribe of Upper Nile Province where he served 1931-1935, later published as “The Koma” in Sudan Notes and Records, 21 pt 1 (1938), 123-165. The account is divided into chapters as follows:
SAD.943/3/39-40
Introduction
SAD.943/3/41-44
Habitat
SAD.943/3/45-48
Name, language and distribution
SAD.943/3/49-56
History
SAD.943/3/57-58
Physical characteristics, dress etc.
SAD.943/3/59-60
Social organisation
SAD.943/3/61-65
Birth, marriage and death
SAD.943/3/66-72
Religion, magic and magico-religious experts
SAD.943/3/73-80
Economic life
SAD.943/3/81-82
Conclusion
SAD.943/3/83-90
Vocabulary
SAD.943/4/1-25
[ca. 1930s]
Article by [F.D. Corfield] on “Fishing among the Nuer” (typescript with manuscript draft), with photographs intended to illustrate the article:
SAD.943/4/12-14
Nuer men casting fishing nets
SAD.943/4/15-16
Nuer men with long fishing line
SAD.943/4/17
Nuer fishing party with spears
SAD.943/4/18
Nuer fishing party in hollowed-out canoes
SAD.943/4/19
Two Nuer men in canoe, one with long fishing line
SAD.943/4/20-23
Nuer man holding 3 types of fish caught by the Nuer: L to R kharesh (a type of barbus), bolti or ngege (tilapia nigra) and abshir (type of mud fish)
SAD.943/4/24-25
Nuer man holding a nok, a type of mud fish
SAD.943/5/1-81
1940 Oct 23 - 1941 Jul 18
Notebook kept by F.D. Corfield while Officer Commanding Upper Nile Scouts, Ethiopian campaign, recording such details as animals, supplies and ammunition held and payments made, names of members of the hamla, transfers of soldiers, note of hand signals, reports of individuals encountered while on patrol and statements taken from those arrested, some daily diary entries, reports from officers and men; update on war in Abyssinia, accounts of military courts, etc.
SAD.915/6/1-2
[ca. 1948]
Photographs of 'Erbert, F.D. Corfield's pet ibis, at Khartoum
SAD.943/6/1-25
1948 Dec 31
Copy letters sent to F.D. Corfield while Governor Upper Nile Province relating to the family business, Corfield and Buckle Ltd
SAD.943/6/26-43
1950 Jul
Report by S. Barton Worthington on a journey through the Sudan in Jan 1950 in the company of Sudan Government officials to advise on Nile control, fishery research and the fishery budget, and certain other matters. The report covers the Nimule game reserve, fishery research and development, the possibility of fish culture in canals of the Gezira, problems of the Jonglei project and a development plan for the Southern Sudan
SAD.943/6/44-50
[ca. 1964]
Notes by F.D. Corfield for a talk to delegates to the Southern Sudan Protestant Christian Council
SAD.930/12
1940 - 1949
Microfilm copy of papers of D.M.H. Evans, particularly relating to Equatoria Province. The microfilm was formed from original numbered strips, or microfiles, now spliced on to one reel, and the Evans Papers appear on microfiles 370-373, immediately after the McJannet Papers at the end of the reel. For originals see SAD 710/7/11-69 and 710/10/1-40.
SAD.943/7/1-2
1941 Apr 29
Letter from the Governor Equatoria to the District Commissioner Western District concerning passes for travel between Darfur and Equatoria
SAD.943/7/3-10
1942 Feb 14
“A note on missions and education policy in Upper Nile Province” by J.B. Bowers, Civil Secretary's Office, Khartoum
SAD.946/8
1944 - 1947
Microfilm copies of certain Foreign office files at The National Archives (Crown copyright)
FO/371/45985, Egypt and Sudan file no 165, pp 2853-3088:
(i) Proceedings of the 3rd session of the Advisory Council for Northern Sudan, 23-28 May 1945
(ii) Appendices to Khartoum despatch No 89 of 4 Aug 1945, comprising 10th statistical report on progress of educational and administrative policy in the Southern Sudan in 1942, 1943 and 1944, 4 Aug 1945; note by D. Newbold on education in the South as discussed at the meeting of the Governor-General's Council, 3 Apr 1944; record of meetings held at Yambio 22-28 Feb 1945 by the Ad Hoc committee appointed by the Board of Economics and Trade on Zande Development Projects; report upon preliminary negotiations with the missions concerned in connection with the proposals for the expansion and improvement of education in the Southern Sudan together with an account of the progress already made in certain directions, 9 May 1945; memorandum on terms of service for southern staff, 4 Aug 1945; memorandum on the proposed re-division of Equatoria, 27 Jan 1945; provisional proposals for the expansion and improvement of education in the Southern Sudan 1946-50, 14 Nov 1944
(iii) “Report to be submitted to the Congress Executive Committee by the United Parties Committee, representing the Ashiggas, the Ittihadiyeen, the Gawmiyeen, the two groups of Ahrar and the Umma Party”, 1945
(iv) Memoranda by the Governor-General on the future of the Sudan, 12 Sep 1945 and on financial aid for the Sudan, 11 Sep 1945
FO/371/69235, Egypt and Sudan file no 611:
Note on the situation regarding the Southern Sudan, Dec 1947, with related correspondence
SAD.930/12
1945
Microfilm copies of certain papers held in the F.D. McJannet collection in the Sudan Archive. The microfilm was formed from original numbered strips, or microfiles, now spliced on to one reel, and the McJannet Papers appear on microfile 369, immediately after the Clayton Papers. For originals see SAD 781/11/1-15.
SAD.943/7/11-12
1947 Jun 6
Letter from the Deputy Governor Bahr al-Ghazal Province [T.R.H. Owen] to the Governor Equatoria Province [B.V. Marwood] concerning the views of British officials in Bahr al-Ghazal Province on southern policy
SAD.943/7/13-14
1947 Sep 23
Unsigned letter, probably from T.R.H. Owen, Deputy Governor Bahr al-Ghazal Province, giving his personal views on southern policy
SAD.943/7/15-19
1947 Dec
Official and top secret Sudan Government memorandum: “Note on situation regarding Southern Sudan December, 1947 (covering statistical report of progress, 1945-6)”
SAD.943/8/1-18
1948 - 1962
Report (Jun 1948) and lecture to the Bournemouth branch of the Royal Empire Society (1947 or 1948) by J.P.S. Daniell on the Zande Scheme, with covering letter to R.O.C. on southern policy, 21 Nov 1962
SAD.930/4
[ca. 1948]
Microfilm copy of “Zande background”, notes by P.M. Larken (District Commissioner, Bahr al-Ghazal 1910-1932), compiled and edited by T.A.T. Leitch (Agriculture and Forests Department, 1948-1952), arranged on the microfilm in the following order: pp 1-32; 1-28; 34-101; 29-35 (microfiles 193-195)
SAD.943/8/19-92
1954
Zande District handbook, produced at Yambio November 1954, author unknown, but J. Grantham-Hill was District Commissioner there at the time. The handbook is divided into the following chapters:
SAD.943/8/22-25
Physical
SAD.943/8/26-30
Historical
SAD.943/8/31-34
External
SAD.943/8/35-45
Administration and tribal
SAD.943/8/46-55
Medical
SAD.943/8/56-58
Missions and education
SAD.943/8/59-63
Communications
SAD.943/8/64-68
Domestic animals and game
SAD.943/8/69
Forests
SAD.943/8/70-71
Trade and development
SAD.943/8/72-74
Taxation
SAD.943/8/75-83
Addenda
SAD.943/9/1-7
1954 Oct 1
Circular letter from M.O. Yassin, Governor Upper Nile Province to all District Commissioners and Assistant District Commissioners concerning challenges facing them in the province
SAD.943/9/8-62
[ca. 1960 - 1961]
Government information pamphlets about the Sudan:
SAD.943/9/8-11
Industry in the Sudan (incomplete)
SAD.943/9/12-17
Government policy towards local and foreign capital
SAD.943/9/18-19
Nursing profession
SAD.943/9/20-23
The three town capital of the Sudan
SAD.943/9/24-28
Finance and banking in the Sudan
SAD.943/9/29-33
Education in the Sudan: progress report 1959/60
SAD.943/9/34-38
The Co-operative Movement in the Sudan
SAD.943/9/39-40
Places of interest in the Sudan
SAD.943/9/41-44
Tourist attractions
SAD.943/9/45-46
Social and economic structure of modern Sudan
SAD.943/9/47-48
Ministry of Health: efficient medical service
SAD.943/9/49-52
Regulations and formalities
SAD.943/9/53-62
Irrigation and hydro-electric power
SAD.943/10/1-82
1964 Oct
“The question of the south of the Sudan” by Hussein Mohamed Ahmed Sharfi, Secretary Province Administration, Bahr al-Ghazal Province
SAD.944/1/1-81
1964 - 1965 and 1990
Papers relating to the 1964-1965 Round Table Conference on the south including handwritten translated summaries, produced in 1990, of original Arabic documents held in the National Records Office, Khartoum, notes on biographies of members of the National Commission for Southern Affairs and the Jonglei Executive Organ and list of contents of “Khartoum Thunder tape log” containing files on the south from the NRO
SAD.944/2/1-113
1965 Mar 16 - 25
Photocopies of documents relating to the Round Table Conference on the south, chiefly addresses by representatives to the conference:
SAD.944/2/1-8
Inaugural address by the Prime Minister, Sayyid Sir El Khatim Khalifa
SAD.944/2/9-12
Opening address by the Chairman, Professor El Nazeer Dafalla
SAD.944/2/13-19
Speech by Mr Aggrey Jodan on “The problem of the Southern Sudan”
SAD.944/2/20-28
Address delivered by the Professionals' Front
SAD.944/2/29-34
Address by Sayyid Ismail El Azhari, Leader of the U.N.P. delegation
944/2/35-42
Address by `Ali Abdel Rahman on behalf of the People's Democratic Party
SAD.944/2/43-49
Address by [Muhammad Yusuf Muhammad] on behalf of the Islamic Charter Front
SAD.944/2/50-58
Address by the Southern Front delegation
SAD.944/2/59-68
Address by the Communist Party
SAD.944/2/69-73
Address by Sayyid El Sadiq on behalf of the Umma Party
SAD.944/2/74-75
Address by J.C.A. Omoli
SAD.944/2/76-82
Memorandum by William Deng of the Sudan African National Union (SANU) on the future of the Southern Sudan
SAD.944/2/1-113
List of bibliographical documents collected by the Secretariat, Documentation and Studies Committee
SAD.944/3/1-106
1964 - 1965
Copies of documents relating to the Round Table Conference on the south, from files in the NRO:
SAD.944/3/3-4
1965 Aug 22
“Sudan African National Union's reasons for rejecting proposals submitted by other political parties for future constitutional and administrative structure of the Sudan for the solution of the southern problem” (South 1/45/315)
SAD.944/3/5-6
1965 Sep 26
“Stand of the Southern Front” (South 1/45/316)
SAD.944/3/7-10
“Note by Sudan African Union on distribution of powers between central and regional governments of future Sudan” (South 1/45/317)
SAD.944/3/11
List of powers to be retained by the centre (South 1/45/318)
SAD.944/3/12
List of powers to be transferred to regions (South 1/45/319)
SAD.944/3/13-17
Unified suggested power lists to the twelve-man committee (South 1/45/320)
SAD.944/3/18
List of additional regional powers proposed by the southern political parties (South 1/45/321)
SAD.944/3/19-21
1966 Jan 12
Report of the 12-man committee, presented to the Prime Minister (South 1/45/322)
SAD.944/3/22-24
1966 Feb 1
Note by the Southern Front on taxation, adopted by the Southern parties to the 12-man committee (South 1/45/323)
SAD.944/3/25-26
1966 Feb 10
Reply of the Northern Parties to the memorandum of SANU and the Southern Front (South 1/46/324)
SAD.944/3/27-28
1966 Feb 16
Note of development planning under a decentralized system of government - share of powers, issued by the Southern Front (South 1/46/325)
944/3/29-30
1966 Mar 21
Comments by the Southern Front on the scheme presented by the Northern Parties to the 12-man committee (South 1/46/327)
SAD.944/3/31
SANU commentary on Northern Parties and Southern Front's proposals for the future constitutional and administrative relationship between central and regional governments (South 1/46/328)
SAD.944/3/32-38
1966 Mar 30
“Proposal by Northern Parties on regional government system” (South 1/46/329)
SAD.944/3/39-45
“Replies by the Southern Parties to the Northern Parties' note dated 30th March 1966 on regional government system for the Sudan” (South 1/47/330)
SAD.944/3/46-48
Comment by the Northern Parties on the Southern Parties' reply to their scheme (South 1/47/331)
SAD.944/3/49-52
1966 May 15
Report by the sub-committee (South 1/47/332)
SAD.944/3/53-61
Report of the 12-man committee (South 1/48/333)
SAD.944/3/62-92
1963
Petition to the United Nations by the Sudan African Closed Districts National Union (SACDNU), South Sudan (South 1/13/125)
SAD.944/3/93-103
Report on evidence before the O.A.U. Committee for Refugees by George Muras Lomoro, Makerere University College (South 1/12/20)
SAD.944/3/104-106
Notes by R.O.C. on the Round Table Conference
SAD.944/4/1-7
1965 Sep 28
Memorandum on “The Umma-National Unity parties coalition”, a summary of events from 10 Jun 1965
SAD.944/4/8-9
1965
Typescript report by `Abd al-Magid Imam, Judge of the High Court, Court of Appeal on his review of the trial of Darois Beshir, Bona Malwal and Chan Malwal for sedition, over articles published in The Vigilant. This judgement was reported in the Sudan Law Journal R99 (1966)
SAD.944/4/10
1965
Draft contents list for the proceedings of the Round Table Conference on the South, held in Khartoum 16-25 Mar 1965
SAD.944/4/11-20
1965
Typescript copies of letters written by Azande Catholic Sisters to the Most Rev. Msgr. Dominic Ferrara, Prefect Apostolic concerning the attack on the mission at Mupoi by soldiers from Tembura and their flight across the border to Obo
SAD.944/4/21
1965 Dec 5
Copy letter from Aggrey Jaden, Prsident Sudan African Liberation Front, to Prime Minister Sayyid Mohamed Ahmed Mahgoub on independence for the Southern Sudan now
SAD.944/4/22-31
1966 Oct 5
Report by L.A. Bong of the Southern Front on the “Civil service in the Southern Sudan”
SAD.944/4/32-37
1966 Dec 14
Report by L.A. Bong, Khartoum for the Southern Front on “Where we stand with the southern supplementary elections 1967” (O & P note 8)
SAD.944/5/1-5
[ca. 1966]
“Memorandum on the Proposed establishment for the staff labour offices in southern provinces”
SAD.944/5/6-42
1968 Jan
Translation of draft constitution of the Republic of Sudan, drawn up by the National Committee for the Constitution
SAD.944/5/43-46
1968 May 22-23
Papers sent to R.O.C. by the Azania Liberation Front, representing the Southern Sudan Negro Provisional Government (SSNPG) and the Anya-Nya National Armed Forces (ANAF):
SAD.943/5/43
1968 May 22
Press release issued by G.M. Mayen, Foreign Minister, Southern Sudan Provisional Government on “Aggression by Arab government of Sudan against Uganda”
SAD.944/5/44
Statement by A. Jaden, President Southern Sudan Provisional Government on the reported assassination of William Deng Nhial
SAD.944/5/45
1968 May 23
Statement by the Southern Sudan Provisional Government on genocide inside Southern Sudan
SAD.944/6/1-8
1968
Report on Southern Sudanese refugees in Uganda, compiled from information supplied by District Commisioners, police officers and community development officers, author unknown
SAD.944/6/9-10
[ca. 1960s]
Typescript extracts from letters from D. Ole, a member of the Sudan African People's Union, on the Warajwok massacre and similar atrocities in the south
SAD.944/6/11
[ca. 1960s]
Typescript copy of agreement on the “Freedom of religion in the Sudan”, signed by representatives of the Umma and Democratic Unionist parties, the Islamic Front and representatives of the Christian Party
SAD.944/6/12-81
[ca. 1960s]
Copies of documents from the National Records Office in Khartoum on the south:
SAD.944/6/13-36
NRO Bibliography of Documentation on the South, pp1-11,14-25 (South 1/75/430)
SAD.944/6/37-42
1964 May 21
Petition by the East African students of the UK to President Ibrahim Abboud during his state visit to the UK
SAD.944/6/43-53
1964 Nov
Memorandum presented by the Sudan African National Union to the Commission of the Organisation of African Unity for Refugees, Kampala
SAD.944/6/54-59
[1965]
Proposals by the Sudan African National Union (SANU) to the Twelve-Man Committee on the constitutional and administrative set-up in the Sudan (South 1/44/307)
SAD.944/6/60-62
1965 Aug 2
Programme of administrative and constitutional set-up submitted to the 12-Man Committee by representatives of the Southern Front (South 1/44/309)
944/6/63-65
1965 Aug 10
The Liberal Party - proposal for the government of the Southern Region of the Sudan (South 1/44/308)
SAD.944/6/66-68
1965 Aug 18
The National Unionist Party proposal for the settlement of the problem of the south (South 1/44/306)
SAD.944/6/69-70
[ca. 1965]
Islamic Charter Front: proposals for constitutional structure of the Sudan (South 1/44/310)
944/6/71-73
1965 Sep 1
Letter from Yousif Mohamed Ali, Chairman of the 12-Man Committee concerning Dr Turabi's objections to the submission of the Southern Front (South 1/44/311)
SAD.944/6/74-75
1965 Sep 1
Objection to scheme of proposals submitted by the Islamic Charter Front, with reply (South 1/44/312-313)
SAD.944/6/76-79
1965 Sep 9
Letter from Yousif Mohamed Ali, Chairman of the 12-Man Committee concerning the Southern Front's objection to the seheme submitted by the Islamic Charter Front (South 1/44/314)
SAD.944/6/81
Note by J.H. Oduho, President Sudan African National Union to the effect that the problem of the Southern Sudan is political and not religious
SAD.944/7/1
1971 Jan 18
Copy of part of a letter from V.L. Wani in Arua, Uganda to an unnamed missionary expelled from the Southern Sudan in 1964 concerning the influx of Sudanese refugees into Uganda
SAD.944/7/2
1971 - 1972
Copy extracts from the Nile Mirror of 1 Jun 1972 on the institution of a national Sudanese Church and from Republican Order No 6 of 13 Oct 1971 on the Ministry of Religious Affairs and Endowments
SAD.944/7/3-5
1972 Mar 2
Note of Gordon Muortat Mayen's views on the talks held in Addis Ababa between Arabs and Africans of the Sudan
SAD.944/7/6-8
1972 Mar 21
Comments on the Addis Ababa Agreement on the problem of the Southern Sudan by Gordon Muortat Mayen, President African National Front
SAD.944/7/9
1972 Apr 28
Copy statement by the Anya Nya leaders of the Bahr al-Ghazal entitled “The Bahr El Ghazal stand on the Addis Ababa Agreement”
SAD.944/7/10-15
1972 Jun
Circular letter by Maria Sander on behalf of the Comitato Sud Sudan, Genova, on “The Southern Sudan problem and the Addis Ababa Agreement”
SAD.944/7/16-17
1972 Jul 6
Statement by Gordon Muortat Mayen, President of the African National Front, on the Sudan government invitation extended to him by the Information Minister to return to Sudan under the general amnesty
SAD.944/7/18-45
1972 Aug 2
Transcription of a recording of an interview between Francis Mading Deng and Chief Giirdit of the Dinka concerning Dinka customs and tribal leadership and memories of Deng's family
SAD.944/8/1-20
1972
Copy of the Addis Ababa Agreement on the Problem of South Sudan as amended by the South Sudan Liberation Movement, with the following attachments:
SAD.944/8/10-11
1964 Dec 13
Open letter from southern students at the University of Khartoum to the Prime Minister calling for a solution to the problem of the Southern Sudan
SAD.944/8/12-14
1965
Selections from 9 articles on the round Table Conference which appeared in El Ayam in Apr 1965
SAD.944/8/15-18
1965 Apr 22
Memorandum by Luigi Adwok Bong, Member of the Supreme Council of State, to the Council of Ministers demanding a government explanation for the atrocities in the south
SAD.944/8/19
1965 May 3
Press release by HE Sayed Luigi Adwok Bong concerning the memorandum above
SAD.944/8/20
1970 Aug 27
Press release from the editor of the Grass Curtain on “Southern Sudan: massacre of refugees on July 23, 1970”
SAD.944/8/21-62
1972
Photocopy of signed and witnessed draft organic law to organise regional self government in the southern provinces of the Democratic Republic of Sudan, with draft ordinance on items of revenue and grants in-aid for the Southern Region, agreement on the ceasefire in the Southern Region and protocols on interim arrangements, 27 Feb 1972 (part of the Addis Ababa Agreement)
SAD.944/9/1-16
[ca. 1974]
Copy report of a three-month survey by two members of the Development Administration Group in the Southern Sudan, A.K. Pickering and G.W. Glentworth to examine problems of development administration and to formulate detailed long-term proposals for training field administrators in the region
SAD.944/9/17-23
[1976]
Biographical note by John Winder (ex-Sudan Political Service) on Buth Diu Thung (ca. 1917-1975) who began his career as clerk and general helper to the D.C. Zeraf and eventually became Minister for Animal Production under the premiership of al-Azhari; with covering letter from R.O.C. to Dr Michael S. Coray, 10 Jun 1977
SAD.944/9/24-59
1977 Dec
Report on Dinka tenants on the Aweil Rice Scheme, by Gunnar M. Sørbø, Consultant, Rural Sociology, for the FAO/UNDP Land Development Programme
SAD.945/2/1-12
1978 Nov 24
Egyptian Intelligence News Agency in the Sudan: secret report to branches of State Security Bureau in the Southern Region, with covering letter from `Abdel Rahim El Hal Ahmed, State Security Bureau, Malakal
SAD.945/2/13-22
1979 May 14
Statement on human rights violations committed by the Numeiri regime, issued by the Patriotic Popular Society for Defending Political Freedoms and Solidarity with Political Detainees and Trade Union Movement in Sudan
SAD.945/2/23-72
[ca. 1970s]
General index to Equatorial Province files held in Juba Archives
SAD.945/3/1-19
1980
The Regional Government Bill, 1980: photocopy of a draft
SAD.945/3/20-26
1981 Apr 21
Report on the collection of closed files from Jonglei Province, 22 March to 16 April 1981, by Douglas H. Johnson, Assistant Director for Archives
SAD.945/3/27-32
[ca. 1981]
Copy programme of action for the 4th Regional Government of the Southern Provinces
SAD.945/3/33-97
1982 May
“A comprehensive plan for the development of community services in the Jonglei Canal area, the Sudan”, a draft report by the National Council for the Development of the Jonglei Canal Area: the Executive Organ, Khartoum
SAD.945/4/1-5
1984 Jun 8-12
Text of a BBC World Service interview with Benjamin Bol of the SPLM on 8 Jun, with memorandum on the interview by J.B. Barron
SAD.945/4/6-8
1984 Oct 9
Memorandum by Dominic A. Mohamad to all Southern Sudanese in America and Canada, entitled “A report on my trip to Africa”
SAD.945/4/9-15
1984 Nov 19
Copy memorandum entitled “Dialogue or monologue? The deceit and insincerity of the present dialogue on the South”, author unknown
SAD.945/4/16-92
[ca. 1984]
Report by the United States Office of Military Cooperation on a programme for US security assistance in the Sudan
SAD.945/5/1-7
1985 Jan 13-14
Report on new refugee arrivals to Blue Nile Province, Sudan by Gayle E. Smith, Damazin, Sudan
SAD.945/5/8-10
1985 Feb 3
Copy letter from “Concerned Sudanese Academics and Professionals” to Vice President Bush on the occasion of his visit to Khartoum calling upon the USA to freeze all aid to the Sudan
SAD.945/5/11-23
1985 Apr 10
Policy alert on “Sudan: April 6 coup and its implications for U.S. interests”, prepared by John Creed, Ellen Laipson and Clyde Mark
SAD.959/2/1-31
1985 Sep 20
“Report on the first three months of the SUDANAID Nutrition and Rehabilitation Programme in the Diocese of El Obeid”, by Nicholas A. Meadows
SAD.945/5/24-48
1985 - 1987
Photocopies of notes and letters from Joseph Lagu, Vice President of the Sudan, including:
SAD.945/5/24-26
1985 Mar 6
Notes of welcome by Lagu for H.E. George Bush, Vice President of the USA, on his visit to the Sudan
SAD.945/5/27-31
1985 Jul 24
Notes on the political situation in the Sudan with covering letter to General `Abdel Rahman Suarradahab, Chairman Transitional Military Council
SAD.945/5/32-45
1987 Jan 16, Mar 15
Letter from Lagu to Colonel John Garang on the causes of the renewed conflict in the south and outlining his scheme for achieving peace, with follow-up letter to Saddiq al-Mahdi, Prime Minister
SAD.945/5/46-47
1987 Jun 9
Open letter from Lagu in Addis Ababa calling for the repeal of the September laws and the cancellation of the military pacts with foreign powers
SAD.945/5/48
Letter from Lagu to Saddiq al-Mahdi concerning his discussions with John Garang in Addis Ababa
SAD.945/6/1
1986 Feb
Copy of Gist (a quick reference aid on US foreign relations) with regard to US policy in the Horn of Africa
SAD.945/6/2-3
1986 May 16
Telex from D.M. Mahura containing list of members of Prime Minister Sadiq al-Mahdi's new cabinet, with short biographical note on each
SAD.959/2/32-52
1986
Report by Georges Bussios and Pascaline Giraud on the activities of Médecins Sans Frontières at Aweil, 21 May to 20 June 1986
French
SAD.945/6/4-7
1986 Oct 12
Memorandum written on Guiding Star Newspaper headed notepaper, author unknown, on opposition to the Jonglei canal in 1973/74 which culminated in riots in Juba
SAD.945/6/8-11
1986 Oct 31
Interfaith Action for Economic Justice Note 86-11, “Civil war brings hunger to Sudan”
SAD.945/6/12-14
1986 Nov 17
Southern Sudan Emergency Operation: minutes of the Technical Coordination Committee
SAD.945/6/15-18
[ca. 1986]
Draft political declaration by Sudan Rural Solidarity
SAD.945/6/19-20
1987 Sep 10
UNICEF situation report on El Meiram, Abyei District, South Kordofan
SAD.945/6/21-40
1987 - 1989
Papers on Southern Sudan, forwarded to R.O.C. by Millard Burr:
SAD.945/6/21-22
1987 Feb 5
Extract, possibly from printed intelligence reports, on military clashes in the northern Bahr al-Ghazal which led to the Ed Diein massacre
SAD.945/6/23-34
Report by Hussein Abbaker Salih, Consultant on Regional Affairs, on “Experience in decentralization: administrative and financial issues in regionalism with special reference to Kordofan and Darfur”
SAD.945/6/35-40
1989 Jan
“An urgent appeal for the creation of peace havens in the Sudan” by Francis Deng
SAD.945/7/1-56
1987 - 1989
Reports, press releases, etc on conflict in the Southern Sudan:
SAD.945/7/1-8
1989 Jun 6
Statement by Joseph Lagu on the background to the renewal of conflict in the south
SAD.945/7/9-18
1989 Nov 13
“SPLM/SPLA press release on peace and war in Sudan”
SAD.945/7/19-56
1989 Oct 26
Final report and recommendations of the Steering Committee for National Dialogue on Peace Issues, which met at Khartoum 9 Sep - 21 Oct 1989 (lacking p20)
SAD.945/8/1-6
1988 Feb 15
Report by the Sudan Catholic Bishops' Conference to the Congregation for the Evangelization of Peoples, on the occasion of their ad limina visit to Rome. Report prepared by Archbishop Gabriel Zubeir Wako.
SAD.959/3/1-8
1988 Aug 24
Report by Hassabo & Co on “Monitoring of food distribution and accountability systems in Western Sudan” for USAID
SAD.959/3/9-13
1988 Dec
Assessment report by Artsen Zonder Grenzen MSF-Holland on the displaced in Renk, Upper Nile Province
SAD.945/8/7-11
1988
List of members of the new cabinet of Sadiq al-Mahdi's government, arranged by political party
SAD.945/8/12-16
1988 - 1989
Situation reports on USAID distribution of food relief to Ethiopia and Sudan
SAD.945/8/17-24
1989 Feb 23
Testimony of Roger P. Winter, Director U.S. Committee for Refugees before the Senate Committee on Foreign Relations Subcommittee on Africa, on the current humanitarian situation in the Sudan
SAD.945/8/25-27
1989 Apr 15
Briefing papers on displaced persons in Khartoum
SAD.945/8/28-29
1989 Apr 26
Copy letter from G. Norman Anderson, USA Ambassador to Khartoum, to PM Sayyid Sadiq al-Mahdi, protesting at the premature distribution of food relief at Aweil
SAD.945/8/30-31
1989 Apr
Part copy of a report on the transport of food relief to Southern Sudan by Operation Lifeline Sudan and its subsequent distribution
SAD.945/8/32-33
1989 May 14
Final summary of UN Development Programme Emergency Unit flight operations to the Sudan
SAD.945/8/34
1989 May 19
Telegram from ICRC Wau to ICRC Khartoum concerning the poor condition of dhurrah supplied by USAID
SAD.945/8/35-38
1989 Jun 7
Open letter to John Garang from the Southern Sudanese in the state of California regarding their concerns
SAD.959/4/1-25
1989 Jun 29-Jul 4
Copy papers relating to the activities of CARE International in Sudan, comprising weekly relief reports for June 1989; note on the preliminary findings of a nutritional survey, Western Equatoria; with related correspondence and memoranda
SAD.945/8/39
1989 Jun 30
List of passengers on UNICEF and UNDP aircraft from Khartoum to Malakal
SAD.959/3/14-17
1989 Jun
Weekly report ODA/CARE on food transport and monitoring project
SAD.959/3/18-19
1989 Jun
Emergency relief weekly report by Francois de la Roche, Coordinator
SAD.945/8/40-45
1989 Jul 19
Copy letter from the Chairman of the Umure Welfare Society to the Director of American Relief Aid, Khartoum, enclosing documents relating to the return of Ugandan refugees who were living in the Southern Sudan
SAD.959/4/26-64
1989 Jul 30
Final report on a needs assessment in Yei, Eastern Equatoria and the region of Western Equatoria (21 June to 9 July 1989)
SAD.945/8/46-84
1989 Sep 9 - Oct 21
Final report and recommendations of the Steering Committee for National Dialogue on Peace Issues, Khartoum (facsimile copy sent to R.O.C. from the Embassy of the Sudan, Washington 21 Feb 1990)
SAD.945/9/1-55
1989 Sep 30
Final report and recommendations of the Committee for National Dialogue on Peace Issues, Sub-Committee on the Effects of the War, translated 20 Dec 1989, with notes by R.O.C.
SAD.945/10/1-3
1989 Oct 20
Extract from minutes of he 44th session of the UN General Assembly, agenda item 154, on Operation Lifeline Sudan
SAD.959/5/1-14
1989 Oct 24
Operation Lifeline Sudan II report on non-food group - relocation
SAD.945/10/4-17
1989 Oct 26-31
Telegrams from the UNICEF Geneva office containing translations of articles from the Norwegian Daily Dagbladet on Operation Lifeline Sudan, with photocopies of the original articles
SAD.959/6/1-21
1989 Nov 13
Technical and cost proposal by Hassabo & Co, Management Consultants, to undertake the management review of the CARE food aid transport and monitoring contract
SAD.959/5/15-42
1989 Nov 23
Mission report entitled “A review of agricultural activities and harvest prospects among the ICRC population in Southern Sudan”
SAD.959/6/22-29
1989 Nov 25
Concept paper prepared by Paul Ulrich of CARE-Sudan on “Food assisted public works for the UM Chack integration area. A subproject for the transitional camp, camp shifting and test case integration area (TSSIA) project”
SAD.945/10/18-32
1989 Dec 2
Report on the subsistence economy in Southern Sudan by an unnamed ICRC agronomist
SAD.947/1/1-107
[ca. 1980s]
Typescript transcripts of taped descriptions of the contents of files from the NRO, particularly relating to the work of the 12-man committee of the Round Table Conference 1964-1965:
SAD.947/1/1-4
Tape 1: Files South (So)1/6/48, “Report on the work of the Constitution Amendment Commission up to the date of its dissolution”, 1951; So 1/4/38, “Statement by the government of the Republic of the Sudan on the problem in the South”, 1964; So 1/6/57, “The draft constitution of the Sudan, 1958”; So 1/6/56 “Draft constitution of Sudan: explanatory memorandum by the Draftsman”; So 1/6/50, “The national committee for the constitution: report of the specialist committee for the definition of the chapters and the general skeleton, May 1958”; So 1/7/58, “Report of the Constitutional Developments Commission 1962”; So 1/7/59, “The transitional constitution of the Republic of the Sudan 1964”; So 1/8/83, “Weekly Digest of Proceedings in the House of Representatives”, 20 Mar-5 May 1958
SAD.947/1/5-11
Tape 2: Files South 1/8/83 (cont); So 1/8/79, “Weekly Digest of Proceedings in the House of Representatives”, 16-19 Jan 1956; So 1/8/99, “Weekly Digest of Proceedings in the Senate”, 2-5 Jun 1958; So 1/8/98, “Weekly Digest of Proceedings in the Senate”, 26-29 May 1958; So 1/8/92, “Weekly Digest of Proceedings in the Senate”, 16-19 Jan 1956; So 1/8/97, “Weekly Digest of Proceedings in the Senate”, 20-21 May 1958; So 1/8/90, “Weekly Digest of Proceedings in the Senate”, 14-17 Mar 1955; So 1/8/94, “Weekly Digest of Proceedings in the Senate”, 30 Jan-2 Feb 1956; So 1/8/95, “Weekly Digest of Proceedings in the Senate”, 6-9 Feb 1956, So 1/8/82, “Weekly Digest of Proceedings in the House of Representatives”, 6-9 Feb 1956; So 1/8/81, “Weekly Digest of Proceedings in the House or Representatives”, 30 Jan-2 Feb 1956; So 1/8/89, “Weekly Digest of Proceedings in the Senate”, 7-10 Mar 1955; So 1/8/87, “Weekly Digest of Proceedings in the House of Representatives”, 9-12 Jun 1958; So 1/8/78, “Weekly Digest of Proceedings in the House of Representatives”, 5-12 Jan 1956; So 1/19/203, “The Sudan delegation which ended the Kenya Republic celebratins from 12-16 Dec 1964”; So 1/19/201, “An agreement between the Sudan and the Ugandan governments concerning Sudanese refugees resident in Uganda”; So 1/19/202, “Kampala meeting between SANU and the Sudanese ministerial delegations - points elaborated”; So 1/19/204, “Sudan African National Union Committee”, 20 Jan 1965
SAD.947/1/12-18
Tape 3: Files South 1/19/207, Speech by Minister of Interior, 9 Jan 1965; So 1/19/209, Speech delivered by S.A.N.U. and Southern Front, 7 Feb 1965; So 1/19/211, Statement by Sayyid William Deng to pressmen at Khartoum airport, 27 Feb 1965; So 1/19/213, P.M.'s speech to the national conference of political parties and organisations, 6 Mar 1965; So 1/19/214, “Sudanese Political Parties and Organizations issued the following statement this evening”; So 1/19/215, “Draft rules of procedure”; So 1/19/217, “Round Table Conference on the South”, 16-25 Mar 1965; So 1/19/218, “Inaugural address by Prime Minister Sayyid Sir El Khatim Khalifa”, 16 Mar 1965; So 1/19/220, Address by the Professional Front at the Round Table Conference, 16 Mar 1965; So 1/19/221, “The problem of the Southern Sudan by Aggrey Jaden”; So 1/19/224, “The Peoples' Democratic Party's address”; So 1/19/223, Opening speech of the Southern Front, 16 Mar 1965; So 1/19/224, Appeal by SANU to all Southern Sudanese compatriots; So 1/19/225, “Round Table Conference addressed by Communist Party, 17 March 1965”; So 1/19/226, “Islamic Charter Front”; So 1/19/227, Address by Sayyid Ismail al-Azhari, 17 Mar 1965
SAD.947/1/19-25
Tape 4: Files South 1/19/228, Speech of Mr Welbeck, 17 Mar 1965; So 1/19/229, “Plebescite”; 1/19/230, “Scheme of proposals by northern political parties for the settlement of the southern question”; So 1/19/231, Reply to the scheme of proposals; So 1/19/233, “Scheme and proposals by SANU and the southern Front”, 24 Mar 1965; So 1/19/234, “Proposal submitted by the northern political parties”, 25 Mar 1965; So 1/19/237, Address by Dr El Nazer Dafa'alla, 30 Mar 1965; So 1/19/239, Speech by the Hon Yousif Maitama Sule; So 1/19/240, Observers from African sister countries on the Round Table Conference; So 1/19/212, Letters from the Ministry of Interior, Uganda, 3 Mar 1965; So 1/10/104, Survey report, employment of southerners, 30 Apr-12 May 1964; So 1/10/106, “A short note on the place of the south in the past development programme”, 1946-1960/61; So 1/12/122, “Voices of reason from Southern Sudan”
SAD.947/1/26-32
Tape 5: Files South 1/12/119, Speech delivered by Sayyid Luigi Adwok, 24 Nov 1964; So 1/12/123, A presentation of facts and views by two prominent Sudanese from the south; So 1/17/161, The question of the south of the Sudan by Hussein Mohamed Ahmad Sharfi, Wau, Oct 1964; So 1/16/160, The Sudan today: the problem of the Southern Sudan; So 1/16/157, “Population and manpower: north and south”; So 1/21/247, So 1/22/251-252, Minutes of the 1st-3rd meetings of the Twelve Man Committee, 22 May-7 Jun 1965
SAD.947/1/33-39
Tape 6: Files South 1/23/252, continuation of above; So 1/21/249, So 1/23/254, So 1/27/262-263, So 1/28/263 & 265, So 1/29/265 & 268, So 1/30/270, Minutes of the 6th, 4th, 7th-10th, and 12th-15th meetings of the Twelve Man Committee, 22 May-9 Sep 1965; So 1/30/272, Minutes of a special session of the Twelve Man Committee, 11 Sep 1965
SAD.947/1/40-46
Tape 7: Continuation of File South 1/30/272 above; So 1/28/264, Letter of withdrawal of the Peoples' Democratic party, 20 Jul 1965; So 1/30/269, Letter giving reasons for Communist Party's withdrawal, 19 Aug 1965; So 1/31/273-275, So 1/33/277-279, So 1/34/280-281, So 1/35/282-283, Minutes of the 16th-18th, 20th-28th , 30th-31st and 33rd-37th meetings of the Twelve Man Committee, 19 Sep 1965-10 Feb 1966
SAD.947/1/47-54
Tape 8: Continuation of File South 1/39/294; So 1/39/295, So 1/40/296-298, So 1/41/299, So 1/41/300-301, So 1/41/302-303, So 1/43/304-305, Minutes of the 38th-48th meetings of the Twelve Man Committee, 29 Feb-12 Jun 1966; So 1/53/345 Foreign press cuttings
SAD.947/1/55-61
Tape 9: File South 1/55/362, Drafts of minutes of SANU and the Southern Front; So 1/55/363 and 365, Correspondence 1965; So 1/19/233, A brief note on the south and economic development; Files Blue Nile Province (BNP) 4/3/14, Sudan Defence Force record, 1953-1955; BNP 25/2/6, Press information; BNP 25/1/3, Sudan Monthly Record, Feb 1955-Aug 1956, BNP Security and Intelligence against Communism reports, 1955-1956; Daily Security Summaries,1955; BNP 25/1/1, Weekly Review, 1956
SAD.947/1/62
Tape 11: Continuation of tape 10 (summary not present) on Islam and Christianity
SAD.947/1/63-69
Tape 12: Files Upper Nile Province (UNP) 1/3/11, “Administration”, 25 Jan 1958; 1/3/11, “Ministry of Foreign Affairs”, 12 Jul 1958; UNP 1/2/6, “Administration” from the D.C. Bor District, plus various letters 1954-1957; UNP 1/1/4, “Sudanization report”; UNP 1/1/5, Letters on local government, 1956, minutes of a meeting held in the Governor's office on 21 Feb 1956 in Wau, record of a meeting held with the Director of Local Government in Malakal, 23 Feb 1956 and other official letters 1956-1957, Local Government ordinance Act 1958; UNP 1/4/15, Sudan Political Intelligence summaries, 1953-1954; UNP 1/4/16, Report by the Director of Local Government to the Permanent Under-Secretary, Ministry of the Interior, 16 Apr 1957
SAD.947/1/70-76
Tape 13: Continuation of UNP 1/4/16; UNP 1/4/18, Provincial administration, Ministry of Local Government; UNP 1/15/124, Letter from Sir el Khatim el Khalifa to Province Education Officer, Malakal, 21 Apr 1958; UNP 1/14/121, Province Education officers' Conference, Juba, 22-28 Aug 1956, letters on education, including mission education 1956-1957
SAD.947/1/77-81
Tape 14: Continuation of papers on education, 1958; UNP 1/17/147, Governors' meeting at Khartoum, 13 Feb 1956; UNP 1/17/148, Southern Provinces Governors' Conference at Malakal, 2-6 Jul 1955
947/1/82-88
Tape 15: Continuation of UNP 1/17/148 above; UNP 1/18/149, Governors' meeting, 1955; UNP 1/17/150, District Commissioners' meetings in Wau, 1957-1959; UNP 1/19/157, Note on intelligence, 25 May 1956 and official letters relating to security, 1956-1958; UNP 1/20/167, Monthly report on communism, 16 Nov-15 Dec 1957, Sudan Political Intelligence Summaries 1955, Report from Equatoria Province on disturbances in the south; UNP 1/20/168, Intelligence report May 1955, Bahr al-Ghazal Intelligence Report, Jun 1955, Sudan Political Intelligence Summary, 1 Jul 1955, Equatoria Province Intelligence Reports, Jan-Feb 1956
SAD.947/1/89-94
Tape 16: Continuation of UNP 1/20/168, Intelligence Report, Bahr al-Ghazal Province, 1 Sep-30 Nov 1955, Sudan Political Intelligence Summary, 5 Nov 1955, Bahr al-Ghazal Province Intelligence Reports Dec 1955-Mar 1956, Monthly Intelligence Report for Equatoria Apr-May 1956, Equatoria Monthly Intelligence Reports Jun 1956-May 1957, Equatoria Province Weekly Intelligence Report 21-28 Sep 1956, Intelligence Reports by Ali Baldo and Hassan Gurein, Acting Governor Equatoria Jan-Mar 1957; UNP 1/20/168, Equatoria Monthly Intelligence Reports Jun-Oct 1957
SAD.947/1/95-101
Tape 17: Continuation of UNP 1/20/168, Equatoria Monthly Intelligence Reports, Nov 1957-Feb 1958; UNP 1/24/178, “Southern Sudan yesterday today and tomorrow” by Bullen A. de Dior, notes by Commandant of Police, Upper Nile Province, 1955, Minutes of the Upper Nile Security Council 26-30 Aug 1956; UNP 1/26/202, Notes on “Tear gas and riot gear”
SAD.947/1/102-107
Tape 18: UNP 1/26/197, Political Movements; UNP 1/25/189, official telegrams 1955; UNP 1/25/190, official telegrams 1955, special Security Report by A.M. Awad, Commandant of Police, 20 Oct 1955, Report by Karrar, ADC Akobo on the Akobo incident of 25 Sep 1955, Essay by Joseph Garang and Tartisio Ahmad Morgan on the southern problem; UNP 1/28/221, “The return of Lirpiou”, Memorandum on the Lirpiou spear By J.F. Cumming, DC Bor, 24 Mar 1946
SAD.946/9-946/25
[ca. 1980s]
17 dictaphone tape recordings from which the transcripts above were made. A note with the tapes erroneously states that they are the only extant recordings of the 1965 Round Table Conference. (Number 10 missing) Microcassettes (now remastered on to MP3 format)
SAD.947/2/1-20
[late 1980s]
US government analysis of the military organisation and capabilities of the Sudan
SAD.947/2/21-23
1990 Jan 11
UNDEVPRO Khartoum situation report on Juba
SAD.947/2/24-25
1990 Jan 18
Copy letter from Herbert Herzog, Food Aid Relief Coordinator to Bakri Osman Mohamed, Director General Environmental Health and Food Control Administration, Khartoum concerning Sudan's demands for standards relating to donated food
SAD.947/2/26-27
1990 Jan 29
Copy of the agreement of alliance signed between the SPLM/SPLA and the UMMA party to bring about the replacement of the military junta in Khartoum
SAD.947/2/28-32
1990 Feb 5
List of political detainees held in jails in Northern Sudan, arranged by profession and prison location. List issued by Sudan Human Rights Monitor
SAD.947/2/33-49
1990 Feb 1
Ministry of Relief, Refugees and Displaced/UN confidential draft discussion paper on “Contingency plan: potential displacement into the transitional zone”
SAD.947/3/1-6
1990 Feb 8
Report on an article published in Soviet Izvestia on a study by the Office of Regional Studies of the World Council of Churches on the future of the war in Southern Sudan (facsimile copy sent to ROC by the Embassy of Sudan, Washington 21 Feb 1990
SAD.947/3/7-9
1990 Feb 20
Open letter to HE Lieutenant General Omar Hassan al-Bashir, Head of State, Khartoum, from the Committee to Protect Journalists, protesting against the incarceration of 7 Sudanese journalists
SAD.947/3/10-12
1990 Feb 25
Aide memoire to the UN Secretary General from food relief donors on outstanding issues to be resolved concerning Operation Lifeline II
SAD.947/3/13
1990 Jul 25
UN Operation Lifeline Sudan situation report 3/90, 1 Jun - 1 Jul 1990
SAD.959/6/30-37
1990 Oct 25
Statement of Andrew S. Natsios, Director Office of Foreign Disaster Assistance, before the U.S. House of Representatives Committee on Foreign Relations Subcommittee of Africa on the deteriorating relief situation in Sudan
SAD.947/3/14-19
1990
Statement by the American Association for the Advancement of Science on “Sudan: an appeal for the release of imprisoned medical doctors and health professionals”, with list of those imprisoned
SAD.947/3/20-25
1990
Sudan Relief and Rehabilitation Association newsletter: “Sudanese Airforce bombs civilians, stopping relief operations”
SAD.947/3/26-31
[ca. 1990]
List of children enslaved by Arab marahaleen from the northern area of Bahr al-Ghazal region - Aweil, issued by Sudan Human Rights Monitor (English and Arabic)
SAD.947/3/32-36
1991 Feb 12
Part copy of a report by a delegation of members of the Select Committee on Hunger to the Horn of Africa, with covering letter from Tony P. Hall, Chairman to the Hon. Elizabeth Patterson
SAD.947/3/37-52
1991 Mar 19
Unofficial translation of an agreement between the Royal Norwegian Ministry of Foreign Affairs and the National Council of Norwegian Universities, the Norwegian National Committee for Development, Research and Education, concerning competence building at university institutions in developing countries
SAD.947/4/1-7
1991 May 6 - Dec 9
World Food Programme reports No 17 and 49 on food emergencies in Ethiopia, Sudan, Mozambique, Somalia and Angola
SAD.947/4/8-40
1991 Aug 6
Draft report by P.E. Winter for the African Elephant Conservation Coordinating Group on “Elephant conservation plan: Sudan”
SAD.947/4/41-64
1991 Aug 31 - Sep 25
Copies of documents relating to the SPLM.SPLA:
SAD.947/4/41-54
1991 Aug 31
Copy of the SPLM/SPLA Torit resolution
SAD.947/4/55-57
1991 Sep 5 - 11
Appeal to the SPLM/SPLA politico-military high command by a group of concerned Southern Sudanese, with response
SAD.947/4/58-62
1991 Sep 8
The Adare declaration on the future of the Sudan
SAD.947/4/63-64
1991 Sep 25
Letter from Telar Ring T. Deng to four of the signatories to the Adare declaration
SAD.947/5/1
1991 Dec 17
Copy extract from UNHCR Information Bulletin 7 on the evacuation of OLS personnel from Bor and Juba
SAD.947/5/2-9
1991 Dec 24
Confidential report by a special taskforce monitoring the activities of the N.I.F. in the Horn of Africa, set up to provide an early warning to the states of the region against the menace of Islamic fundamentalism and extremism
SAD.947/5/10-12
1991
Part copy of Southern Sudan Assessment final report by Thomas O. Brennan, consultant, submitted to the Office of U.S. Foreign Disaster Assistance
SAD.947/5/13-18
1992 Jan 25 - Feb 12
Statements by the SPLM/A (Nasir Faction):
SAD.947/5/13
1992 Jan 25
Joint statement issued in Frankfurt by Dr Ali El Hag Mohamed representing the Sudan Government and Dr Lam Akol Ajawin representing the SPLM/A (Nasir Faction) concerning the constitutional and political status of the South
SAD.947/5/14-18
1992 Feb 10 - 12
Letters of resignation from the Nasir Faction Reconciliation Delegation by Dengtiel Ayuen Kur and Telar Ring Takpiny Deng
SAD.947/5/19-25
1992 Feb 1-7
“Sudan update” No 1 on the SPLA military situation, issued at Payam Headquarters by the SPLM/SPLA Department of Information, with covering letter from Alice Umbarak
SAD.947/5/26-27
1992 Feb 5
Letter of appeal from Eliot Stellar, National Academy of Sciences, on behalf of Dr Ahmed Osman Sirag, imprisoned Sudanese psychiatrist
SAD.947/5/28-33
1992 Aug 3
Statement by Professor Abdalla Ahmed Abdalla, Ambassador of Sudan in Washington, D.C. to the I.M.F. Board
SAD.947/5/34-45
1992 Aug 10
Copy of an agreement signed between the Pagonis and Donnelly Group and the Sudan Government to provide foreign consultancy and advisory services to improve relations between the governments of the Republic of Sudan and the United States
SAD.947/6/1-6
1992 Sep 8
Open letter to Prime Minister John Major and Dr Butrus Ghali, Secretary General, United Nations on “The Southern Sudanese have a right to live”. Names of signatories blacked out.
SAD.947/6/7-68
1992
Reports, memoranda, etc on displaced people in the Sudan, particularly in Kordofan:
SAD.947/6/7-9
Reuters' report on the bulldozing of shanty towns around Khartoum and the removal of refugees to Al-Salaam camp
SAD.947/6/10-12
1992 Mar 16
American briefing paper on the displaced persons' camps around Khartoum
SAD.947/6/13-27
1992 Jul
Report on a USAID field trip to North Kordofan, 11-15 Jul 1992 to investigate forced relocations of people from the Nuba Mountains to Kadugli, El Obeid and Um Ruwaba
SAD.947/6/28-31
[1992] Jul
Notes on the newly displaced people in North Kordofan
SAD.947/6/32-34
1992 Sep 16
Report on a meeting of government and non-government organisations at El Obeid to discuss the influx of people from the Nuba Mountains into the towns of southern Kordofan
SAD.947/6/35-42
1992 Sep 22
Note on the returnee policy in Kordofan State
SAD.947/6/43-47
1992 Oct 22-23
Report on a visit by a team of government and non-government organisations to Ar Rahmania peace village in the Nuba Mountains
SAD.947/6/48-55
1992 Nov 25
USAID report on a visit to Rahamia Nuba settlement camp
SAD.947/6/56-60
1992 Dec 9
Sudan Relief and Rehabilitation Association newsletter: “Sudan screams for the world's attention”
SAD.947/6/61-68
Report on “model intervention in displaced people camps in Kordofan State” (UNICEF?)
SAD.947/7/1-37
1992
Papers on the political and humanitarian situation in the Sudan:
SAD.947/7/1-2
1992 Apr 22
Norwegian People's Aid statement on the military situation in the Southern Sudan
SAD.947/7/3-19
1992 May
“Interim arrangements for the administration of Southern Sudan prior to the referendum”, a position paper presented by the SPLM/SPLA Nasir faction, Abuja, Nigeria
SAD.947/7/20-28
1992 Aug 9
“Legal framework for the peaceful resolution of the civil war in the Sudan (interim arrangements)”, issued by the SPLM / SPLA
947/7/29-32
1992 Aug 27
Letter to the Secretary General, Organisation of African Unity, from Catholic Bishops of the Association of Member Episcopal Conferences in Eastern Africa on religious persecution in the Sudan
SAD.947/7/33/37
1992 Dec 9
Newsletter of the Sudan Relief and Rehabilitation Association entitled “Sudan screams for the world's attention”
SAD.947/8/1-17
1992 May
“Interim arrangements for the administration of Southern Sudan prior to the referendum”, a position paper presented by the SPLM/SPLA Nasir Faction at Abuja, Nigeria
SAD.947/8/18-31
1992 Jun 21 - Jul 3
Operation Lifeline Sudan (southern sector) bi-monthly situation report No 20 and part copy of report No 21
SAD.947/8/32-42
1992 Aug
Blue-print for a just peace in the Sudan
SAD.947/8/43-51
1992 Aug 9
“Legal framework for the peaceful resolution of the civil war in the Sudan (interim arrangements)”, issued by the SPLM/SPLA (WP/51/ABUJA.TLK)
SAD.947/8/52-63
1992 Sep
Summary of general briefing note for Jan Eliasson, UN Emergency Relief Coordinator and Under-Secretary-General for Humanitarian Affairs on the situation in the Sudan
SAD.947/9/1-4
1992 Nov 15 - 16
Report by Don Stilwell of SIM International Administration on a visit to Uduk refugees at Karni, Gambeila Region
SAD.947/9/5-15
[1992]
Situation report on the Southern Sudan, author unknown, covering the activities of UN agencies and NGOs involved in Operation Lifeline Sudan
SAD.947/9/16-25
[ca. 1992]
“Position of the SPLM/SPLA - United on interim arrangements for ending of the civil was in the Sudan”
SAD.947/9/26-32
[ca. 1992]
Statement of the Umma Party: “General guidelines on the issues of the proposed National Constitutional Conference to find lasting solutions for the problems of the Sudan”
SAD.947/9/33-81
1992 - 1993
Committees of the US House of Representatives: statements, testimony etc.:
SAD.947/9/33
1992 Feb 23
Select Committee on Hunger: list of panellists at a round table on the Sudan
SAD.947/9/34-35
1993 Feb 5-12
Statement by U.S. Representative Frank R. Wolf on the Congressional Delegation to the Horn of Africa
SAD.947/9/36-60
1993 Feb 17
Statements by James R. Kunder and Robert Houdeck before the Committee on Foreign Affairs, Subcommittee on Africa concerning the humanitarian situation in Somalia
SAD.947/9/61-63
1993 Feb 23
Statements of Congressman Bill Emerson and Representative Tony P. Hall at the Hunger Committee Round Table, on the humanitarian crisis in the Sudan
SAD.947/9/64-65
1993 Mar 3
Letter from Frank R. Wolf, Member of Congress, concerning his recent trip to the Sudan
SAD.947/9/66-74
1993 Mar 10
Testimony of Roger P. Winter, Director U.S. Committee for Refugees, before the House Committee on Foreign Affairs Subcommittee on Africa, on recent developments in the Sudan
SAD.947/9/75-78
1993 May 4
Testimony of Assistant Secretary of State George E. Moose before the Senate Foreign Relations Committee Subcommittee on African Affairs on the situation in the Sudan
SAD.947/9/79-81
1993 May 4
Statement of Judith A. Mayotte for the Women's Commission for Refugee Women and Children and Refugees International before the Senate Foreign Relations Committee on the situation in the Sudan
SAD.947/10/1-4
1993 Feb
Report by Gordon Wagner, Southern Sudan Coordinator and Sue Lautze, USAID/Sudan Emergency Information Specialist on “Protection of populations surviving conflicts/lethal exposure (POPSICLE): Southern Sudan”
SAD.947/10/5-6
1993 Feb 11
Catholic Relief Services Kenya Southern Sudan Situation Report No 93/2
SAD.947/10/7-8
1993 Feb 16
Part copy of the Congressional Record v 139, no 15 on debates on the Horn of Africa
SAD.947/10/9-11
1993 Mar 4-5
Report by Bill Harding and Jim Ardill on a visit to the Uduk refugee camp at Bonga
SAD.947/10/12-14
1993 Mar 26
Statement regarding the outcome of unity talks between factions of the SPLM/A at Kongor
SAD.947/10/15-23
1993 Mar 30
Memorandum by Timothy A. McElwee of the Church of the Brethren enclosing documents received from the new Sudan Council of Churches in Nairobi concerning the SPLM/A Unification Conference and continued fighting between southern factions
SAD.947/10/24-27
1993 Mar
Draft report of the Women's Commission for Refugee Women and Children, Kenya/Somalia/Sudan delegation
SAD.947/10/28-30
1993 Apr 17
Copy of the Nairobi Communiqué issued by the Sudanese National Democratic Alliance
SAD.947/10/31-32
1993 Apr 30
Statement by the National Democratic Alliance, Washington D.C. Branch, calling for greater intervention by the UN Security Council
SAD.947/10/33
1993 May 3
Part copy of the Sudan Government's concessional position on the issue of state and religion during the interim period
SAD.947/10/34-41
1993 Jun 1
Report by P.E. Winter for Andrew Timpson on the South Sudan Programme for May 1993, with draft article entitled “Arcadia lost - relief work in South Sudan” and covering letter from Winter to R.O.C.
SAD.948/1/1-11
1993 Jul 23 - Aug 5
Draft and amended copies of Congress resolution 131 with respect to the situation in the Sudan
SAD.948/1/12-23
1993 Aug 25
Update on the Sudan crisis, sent by Congressman Frank R. Wolf to editors and editorial boards of major news publications, enclosing copies of letters sent to top Clinton Administration officials urging them to focus their efforts on ending the conflict in the Sudan
SAD.948/2/1-97
1993
Papers on the political and humanitarian situation in the Sudan:
SAD.948/2/1-6
1993 Jan 21
Briefing paper on the Sudan, sent by the Refugee Council to the Geneva missions of the member governments of the UN Human Rights Commission, with covering letter from Ed Cairns, Oxfam policy advisor
SAD.948/2/7-8
1993 Mar 23
SPLM / SPLA press release: “SPLM/A unification conference condemns Garang's unpatriotic internal war”
SAD.948/2/9-11
1993 Mar
Letter from the Sudanese Modern Forces for Democratic Action to Hon Harry Johnston and members of the US House of Representatives, urging sanctions against the government of the Sudan and support for the Sudanese opposition
SAD.948/2/12
1993 Apr 6
List of members of the interim National Executive Committee of the SPLM/A (United)
SAD.948/2/13-14
1993 May 25
Joint communiqué in the Nairobi peace talks between the Sudan Government and the SPLM/A-United, from Sudanews
SAD.948/2/15-41
1993 May - Jul
World Food Programme weekly emergency reports for Southern Sudan, 21-28 May, 2-15 Jun and 8-19 Jul 1993
SAD.948/2/42-46
1993 Jul
Copy of Sudan's national comprehensive strategy for voluntary and humanitarian action
SAD.948/2/47-50
1993 Aug 3
Resolution of the House of Representatives with respect to the situation in the Sudan (H.Con.Res. 131)
SAD.948/2/51-52
1993 Aug 9
Press release by the New Sudan Council of Churches Executive Committee on its emergency appeal on behalf of the Southern Sudanese and Nuba Mountains people
SAD.948/2/53-66
1993 Aug 11
Press statement No 1 by the Committee for the Reunification of the SPLM / SPLA
SAD.948/2/67
1993 Aug 25
UNHCR update on refugee developments in Southern Sudan
SAD.948/2/68-69
1993 Aug 28
Letter from the SPLM / SPLA to the Director of the Norwegian People's Aid, requesting financial and material support for the first SPLM / SPLA National Convention
SAD.948/2/70-71
1993 Sep 6
International Commission for the Red Cross, Update No. 2 on ICRC activities in Sudan
SAD.948/2/72-73
1993 Sep 7
Letter from Sharon Pauling, policy analyst for Bread for the World, to Hon Harry Johnston on the revision of H.Con.Res. 131 (see above)
SAD.948/2/74
1993 Sep 17
Action alert on Sudan
SAD.948/2/75-80
1993 Sep
Letter to Congressman Wolf (author unknown) registering reservations concerning the potential role of the Norwegian Government as mediator in talks between the SPLA Torit faction and the SPLA Nasir faction
SAD.948/2/81
1993 Sep 28
Press release concerning a press conference to be attended by Congressmen Payne, Burton, Hastings and Wolf, with basketball star Manute Bol, to draw attention to the crisis in the Sudan
SAD.948/2/82-85
1993 Dec 21
Copy of the Washington declaration, an agreement between the leaders of SPLM-United and SPLM-Mainstream
SAD.948/2/86-97
1993 Dec 22
Draft copy of USAID Humanitarian Assistance Strategy for Sudan
SAD.948/3/1-2
[ca. 1993]
Appeal by Robert P. DeVecchi, President of the International Rescue Committee for support for a relief mission to the Sudan
SAD.948/3/3-6
[ca. 1993]
Memorandum on “A viable strategy for combating fundamentalism” in the light of the bombing of the World Trade Centre, author unknown
SAD.948/3/7-82
1993 - 1994
Papers relating to the work of the Coalition for Peace in the Horn of Africa, Center of Concern, Washington, including briefing and discussion papers, policy statements, details of meetings, etc.
SAD.948/4/1-8
1994 Apr 2 - 14
Agenda and minutes of the Sudan Peoples' Liberation Movement first national convention
SAD.948/4/9-32
1994 Aug 17
“An overview of the food economy of South Sudan: summary for a WFP meeting…”, with covering letter to R.O.C. from Greg Gottlieb
SAD.948/4/33-34
1994 Oct 25
Draft statement for an advocacy campaign on the Sudan, “Campaign for peace: Sudan 1995”, drawn up the Coalition for Peace in the Horn of Africa
SAD.948/4/35-41
[ca. 1994]
Statement of the Umma Party on “Self-determination in the Sudan”
SAD.948/5/1-13
[ca. 1990s]
Draft text of an agreement drawn up between the UMMA party and the SPLA/M on arrangements for government of the Sudan after the removal of the N.I.F. regime, entitled “Political agreement between the Sudanese political forces on transitional arrangements and self-determination”
SAD.948/5/14-16
1995 Mar 2
Memorandum by Roger P. Winter for Congressman Frank Wolf on personal recommendations for the Sudan
10. Primary source material on Jonglei
SAD.948/5/17-53
1967
Third draft of the plan of operation of the UN Development Programme project hydrometeorological survey of the catchments of Lakes Victoria, Kioga and Albert, phases I and II and draft proposals for the objectives of phase III, with covering letter from Juan Pascoe, Deputy Resident Representative
SAD.948/5/54-62
1979
“A brief note on the progress in the development programme of the executive organ of the National Council for the Development in Jonglei Canal Area”
SAD.948/6/1-32
1986 May 22
Draft report by the Global Environment Monitoring System on aerial surveys undertaken in the region of the sudd potentially affected by the proposed Jonglei canal, with covering letter from Harvey Croze, Officer-in-Charge
11. Tape logs of archival material and indexes to collection
SAD.953/2-36;956/1-30
[ca. 1980s - 1990s]
Tape logs on dictaphone tapes of primary material consulted by R.O.C. in various archives. Transcripts of some of the material on the tapes can be found in section 1. R.O.C's original numbering still appears on the tapes and corresponds to the indexes below.
SAD.953/2
Tape 1 (Durham, Apr 1981)
SAD.953/3
Tape 2 (Durham, Apr 1981)
SAD.953/4
Tape 3 (Durham, Apr 1981)
SAD.953/5
Tape 4 (Durham, Apr 1981)
SAD.953/6
Tape 5 (Durham, Apr 1981)
SAD.953/7
Tape 6
SAD.953/8
Tape 7
SAD.953/9
Tape 8
SAD.953/10
Tape 9
SAD.953/11
Tape 10
SAD.953/12
Tape 11
SAD.953/13
Tape 12
SAD.953/14
Tape 13
SAD.953/15
Tape 14
SAD.953/16
Tape 15
SAD.953/17
Tape 16
SAD.953/18
Tape 17
SAD.953/19
Tape 18
SAD.953/20
Tape 19
SAD.953/21
Tape 20
SAD.953/22
Tape 21
SAD.953/23
Tape 22
SAD.953/24
Tape 23
SAD.953/25
Tape 24
SAD.953/26
Tape 25
SAD.953/27
Tape 26
SAD.953/28
Tape 27
SAD.953/29
Tape 28
SAD.953/30
Tape 29
SAD.953/31
Tape 30
SAD.953/32
Tape 31
SAD.953/33
Tape 32
SAD.953/34
Tape 33
SAD.953/35
Tape 34
SAD.935/36
Tape 35
SAD.956/1
Tape 36
SAD.956/2
Tape 37
SAD.956/3
Tape 38
SAD.956/4
Tape 39
SAD.956/5
Tape 40
SAD.956/6
Tape 41
SAD.956/7
Tape 42
SAD.956/8
Tape 43
SAD.956/9
Tape 44
SAD.956/10
Tape 45
SAD.956/11
Tape 46
SAD.956/12
Tape 47
SAD.956/13
Tape 48
SAD.956/14
Tape 49
SAD.956/15
Tape 50
SAD.956/16
Tape 51
SAD.956/17
Tape 52
SAD.956/18
Tape 53
SAD.956/19
Tape 54
SAD.956/20
Tape 55
SAD.956/21
Tape 56
SAD.956/22
Tape 57
SAD.956/23
Tape 58
SAD.956/24
Tape 59
SAD.956/25
Tape 60
SAD.956/26
Tape 61
SAD.956/27
Tape 62
SAD.956/28
Tape 63
SAD.956/29
Tape 64
SAD.956/30
Tape 65
SAD.948/7/1-42
[ca. 1996]
Index to all microfilms (microfiles) of material consulted by R.O.C. in archives in the Sudan and Europe
SAD.948/7/43-63
[ca. 1996]
Index to tape logs of material consulted by R.O.C. in the National Records Office in Khartoum, mostly on Southern Sudan
SAD.952/5-952/6
[ca. 1980s - 1990s]
R.O.C.'s original index to his collection, divided into sections as follows:
SAD.952/5/1-158
Manuscripts. Boxes 1-101
SAD.952/6/1-7
Jonglei. Boxes 1-5
SAD.952/6/8-24
Tape logs
SAD.952/6/25-64
Microfiles
SAD952/6/65
Miscellaneous
12. University links
University of California, Santa Barbara
SAD.949/3/1-15
1990
Correspondence between R.O.C. and Bill Callaghan, Marketing Director, UCSB Alumni Association, concerning R.O.C.'s participation in a “Legend of the Nile” tour of Egypt, with list of tour members and notes for planned lectures
SAD.948/8/1-9
1991
Synopsis and programme for history course on “The Nile quest”, taught by R.O.C. at UCSB
SAD.948/8/10-21
1991
Booklet entitled “Special programs in undergraduate research”, UCSB College of Letters and Science
University of Khartoum
SAD.948/8/22-80
1976 May 1
“University of Khartoum, the Graduate College: note on graduate studies”, by M.O. Beshir, Dean Graduate College
SAD.948/9/1-20
1980 Nov 17
Report by Abdel Ghaffar Mohamed Ahmed and Gunnar M. Sørbø on “Future forms of cooperation between the University of Khartoum and the University of Bergen”
SAD.948/9/21-29
1981
List of English language theses and dissertations produced at the University of Khartoum 1958-1980, with memorandum by Professor H.G. Marcus, Visiting Hays-Fulbright Scholar at the university on recommendations for publications, 22 Sep 1981
University of Bergen
SAD.948/10/1-47
1978 - 1989
Papers relating to Sudan studies in Norway including a list of theses in African history supervised by Jarle Simensen at the University of Trondheim; correspondence between R.O.C. and academics at Bergen and Trondheim concerning proposed visits to Norway in April 1981 and 1982; list of academics at Bergen with Sudan interests; working paper by R.S. O'Fahey outlining a five year project to study economic and demographic change in the Southern Sudan, 1981; note by O'Fahey on current research and teaching in the Department of History at Bergen, 1983; and a paper by O'Fahey outlining a proposed programme of co-operation between the National Records Office, Khartoum and the Department of History, University of Bergen, 1984
SAD.949/1/1-99
1993 - 1995
Papers relating to Sudan studies at the University of Bergen, chiefly correspondence between R.O.C. and academics at Bergen concerning Endre Stiansen's PhD thesis, “Overture to imperialism: European trade and economic change in the Sudan in the nineteenth century”, (including reports by the two examiners, R.O.C. and Roger Owen) and other research students, and a visit to Bergen by R.O.C. in 1994 for Stiansen's viva. Also includes a copy of a research proposal to the National Committee for Development Research by Endre Stiansen on “Credit institutions and the state in a developing economy: five case studies from the Sudan”.
SAD.949/2/1-2
1981 Mar 1
List of theses on African and Middle Eastern history completed or in progress at the Department of History
Durham University
SAD.949/2/3-76
1992 - 1996
Correspondence between R.O.C. and Lesley Forbes, Durham University Library, chiefly relating to her visit to Washington in 1994 and to R.O.C.'s decision to donate his extensive library and collection of papers on the Sudan to Durham University Library
13. Societies and Associations
SAD.949/4/1-29
1963 - 1972
Agendas for meetings of and annual reports by the Uganda Society, 1962, 1964, 1969, 1971, 1972 and minutes for the 1972 meeting
SAD.949/4/30-96
1967 - 1986
Papers relating to the British Institute of History and Archaeology in East Africa, of which R.O.C. was a member from 1967, chiefly agendas and minutes of annual meetings, annual reports and some related correspondence
SAD.949/5/1-7
1980
List of members of the Sudan Defence Force Dinner Club
SAD.949/5/8-58
1980 - 1986
Papers relating to the Sudan Studies Association , particularly correspondence concerning the setting up of the association and its annual meetings
SAD.949/6/1-48
1986 - 1990
Papers relating to the work of the Sudan Relief and Rehabilitation Association, U.S.A., including press releases, copy of the bye-laws of the SRRA and application for funds in support of the Sudanese Association for Amputees (1987)
SAD.949/7/1-8
1986 - 1990
Papers relating to the Sudan Studies Society of the UK, including minutes of the steering group, 1986, letter to R.O.C. from Tony Trilsbach confirming his position as Overseas Corresponding Member, and programme for the 4th annual meeting
SAD.949/7/9-51
1988 - 1996
Papers relating to the work of the Sudan American Foundation for Education which provides donated books and journals to libraries in the Sudan, including a copy of the action report for 1987 and the executive director's report for 1996, summary of activities, 1985-1995 and correspondence between R.O.C. and Lee Burchinal of the Foundation, minutes of meetings and copies of audited accounts
14. Photographic Material
Personal
SAD.915/7/1-4
[ca. 1980s]
4 black and white photographs of R.O.C., taken on the same occasion, place unknown
Sudan
SAD.915/10/1
[ca. 1950s]
B&w photographs of the source of the Nile, Victoria Nyanza, a picture postcard by Underwood and Underwood of London (S 814)
SAD.917/1-917/4
1956
Colour slides taken by R.O.C. during a trip to the Southern Sudan and Uganda:
SAD.917/1/1
Khartoum airport
SAD.917/1/2
Catholic mission school, Mupoi
SAD.917/1/3
Catholic church, Mupoi
917/1/4
Chief Jambo Lowoh of the Moru
SAD.917/1/5
The mission school at Jambo's village
SAD.917/1/6
Rest house, Amadi
SAD.917/1/7
Juba hotel and “the boys”
SAD.917/1/8
Main street, Juba
SAD.917/1/9
Old woman smoking at a vegetable stall in Juba suq
SAD.917/1/10-11
Juba suq
SAD.917/1/12
Ferry at Juba
SAD.917/1/13
Court house at Tembura during a trial
SAD.917/1/14
Trial at Tembura - judges and stolen goods in foreground
SAD.917/1/15
Chillies and dried meat on table at Tembura
SAD.917/1/16
Headquarters of Meridi District
SAD.917/1/17
Rest house, Meridi
SAD.917/1/18
Dam at Meridi
SAD.917/1/19
View from rest house, Meridi
SAD.917/1/20
Faguir: D.C. Meridi and R.O.C.'s host
SAD.917/2/1
Moru women in front of police headquarters at Meridi
SAD.917/2/2
Police force at Meridi
SAD.917/2/3
Meridi water works
SAD.917/2/4
Von Raum's house, Yambio
SAD.917/2/5
Yambio experimental farm
SAD.917/2/6
Weighing grain at Yambio experimental farm
SAD.917/2/7-9
Suq at Yambio
SAD.917/2/10
Charles Billay (Azande), an executive of Yambio district
SAD.917/2/11
Hospital at Yubo on the French Equatorial border
SAD.917/2/12-13
Bush dispensary in leper colony
SAD.917/2/14-15
Azande woman with basket on her head
SAD.917/2/16
Azande chief with spears and chief's drum
SAD.917/2/17
Village where 2 prison warders were killed 2 weeks before R.O.C. arrived
SAD.917/2/18
Burnt buts in retaliation for killing warders, Yei
SAD.917/2/19
Thieves who stole honey from a forest preserve being sentenced to 3 months in jail
SAD.917/2/20
Dinka bartering for wood
SAD.917/3/1
Fujullu and woman at Loka
SAD.917/3/2
Mail lorry crash due to the driver being drunk on merissa
SAD.917/3/3
Some of the chief's wives in their village
SAD.917/3/4
Mission, with converts policing the area
SAD.917/3/5
6am: men getting instructions for the day's work
SAD.917/3/6
Catholic mission at Mupoi and R.O.C.'s refuge for the night
SAD.917/3/7
Lanya junction - huts where northern school teacher was killed in 1955
SAD.917/3/8
Police post at Lanya junction
SAD.917/3/9-10
Wood station
SAD.917/3/11
Nuer at wood station
SAD.917/3/12
Bridge closed due to flooded river
SAD.917/3/13
Flooded road approaching bridge
SAD.917/3/14
Receding flood
SAD.917/3/15
Mongalla
SAD.917/3/16
Steamer with barges
SAD.917/3/17-18
River station
SAD.917/3/19
Bari women at Yei
SAD.917/3/20
R.O.C.'s driver with an Azande “talking” drum
SAD.917/4/1
Chief's lieutenants in Azande country greeting R.O.C.'s party
SAD.917/4/2
Azande chief in front of tukl being constructed for a new wife - his 44th
SAD.917/4/3
Shilluk with dugout canoes
SAD.917/4/4
American mission truck crossing river
SAD.917/4/5
Aerial view of the Bahr al-Jabal
SAD.917/4/6
A river stop
SAD.917/4/7
Bush dispensary: Doctors Mahmud (standing) and Khalifa (leaning) inspecting
SAD.917/4/8
Tukl housing throne rooms and council
SAD.917/4/9-12
Fatiko in N. Uganda
SAD.917/4/13
Rapids before Fola falls
SAD.917/4/14
Group of Moro
SAD.917/4/15
Didinga country
SAD.917/4/16
Sudd
SAD.917/4/17-20
General views, probably Uganda
SAD.955/5/1-7
General views, probably Uganda
SAD.955/5/8
Village of tukls
SAD.955/5/9
Motor car on dirt road
SAD.955/5/10
Ivory caravan
SAD.955/5/11-12
Brick building
SAD.955/5/13
Map of Sudan and Uganda
SAD.915/8/3-4
[ca. 1970s]
Colour photographs of sites of antiquities:
SAD.915/8/3
Pyramids at Meroë
915/8/4
The kiosk at Naqa
SAD.915/11/1-86; 917/5-917/9
[ca. 1980s]
Colour photographs and negatives taken by R.O.C. during a trip with his wife to Southern Sudan, probably about 1980 to visit contruction work at the Jonglei canal. All are unidentified, but they show Sudanese staff, heavy machinery used during construction of the canal, including the bucket wheel, the surrounding countryside, including aerial views of Sobat camp and camp 242, the Jonglei canal and the Sobat river, the barge Bairritz and local people living in the area. Some are duplicated in the file of slides below.
SAD.915/9/1-71
[ca. 1970s - 1980s]
Colour photographs taken during a trip by R.O.C. to the Sudan. Most show sites of antiquities in Northern Sudan, principally Naqa, Mussawarat and Meroë and the majority are without captions.
SAD.915/9/1-8
Ruins of the Lion temple and Egyptian-Roman kiosk at Naqa
SAD.915/9/9-30
Temple ruins at Mussawarat
SAD.915/9/31-40
Pyramids at Meroë
SAD.915/9/41-48
Ruins of the royal palace at Meroë
SAD.915/9/49
Iron remains from Meroitic tombs
SAD.915/9/50-55
Unidentified sites of antiquities
SAD.915/9/56-61
Typical landscapes, Northern Sudan
SAD.915/9/62-63
Shukriyyah animals watering at well
SAD.915/9/64
Men on camels, probably Shukriyyah
SAD.915/9/65
Unidentified war memorial behind iron railings
SAD.915/9/66-70
Views of unidentified town, probably in the south
SAD.915/9/71
Gateway into the province headquarters at Wau
SAD.915/8/5
[ca.1970s-1980s]
Large colour photograph of two young Bija men holding swords, with bridge in background
SAD.917/10-917/19
[c. 1970s - 1990s]
File of 35mm black and white and colour slides on the subject of the Nile Waters, collected by R.O.C. for use in publications and lectures. Those marked * are also duplicated as prints in SAD 915/11/1-86 above.:
SAD 917/10/1-917/11/8
The sudd - Bahr al-Jabal and Bahr al-Ghazal
SAD.917/10/1-2
B&w slides of sudd cutting, ca. 1910
SAD.917/10/3-5
Views of the sudd in the Bahr al-Ghazal river (b&w)
SAD.917/10/6-7
Aerial views of the Bahr al-Jabal and sudd
SAD.917/10/8-9
B&w slides of papyrus plants
SAD.917/10/10
Colour slide of Southern Sudanese standing in tall papyrus grass
SAD.917/10/11
Colour slide of floating sudd
SAD.917/10/12
Colour slide of floating blocks of sudd and charcoal burners
SAD.917/10/13
Colour slide of a dugout canoe
SAD.917/10/14
Map of the Bahr al-Jabal showing the area of sudd
SAD.917/10/15
Map of the Bahr al-Jabal, sheet 1
SAD.917/10/16
Map of the Bahr al-Jabal, sheet ?
SAD.917/10/17
Map of the Bahr al-Jabal
SAD.917/10/18
Map of the Bahr al-Jabal and Bahr al-Zeraf
SAD.917/10/19
Map showing the position of the Garstin cut, 1904
SAD.917/10/20
Map showing the position of the Jonglei canal
SAD.917/11/1-2
Maps of the Jonglei area
SAD.917/11/3-4
Map showing the direct line of the Jonglei canal, 1974
SAD.917/11/5
Map of Jonglei Province showing the realignment of the Jonglei canal
SAD.917/11/6
Plan showing the original and revised line of the Jonglei canal
SAD.917/11/7
Map of Jonglei Province showing density and distribution of livestock
SAD.917/11/8
Cross-sections of the canal, showing depths
SAD.917/11/9-917/13/2
The bucket wheel, Jonglei
SAD.917/11/9-10
Aerial views of the Jonglei canal (colour)*
SAD.917/11/11-14
Aerial views of the bucket wheel in operation (colour)*
SAD.917/11/15-917/12/13
Colour slides of the bucket wheel*
917/11/14-16
B&w slides of the bucket wheel
SAD.917/12/17-917/13/1
Colour slides of the conveyor from the bucket wheel
SAD.917/13/2
B&w slide taken at the bottom of the ditch of the canal under construction
SAD.917/13/3-917/14/16
Sobat camp and camp 242, Jonglei
SAD.917/13/3-9
Aerial views of Sobat camp (colour)*
SAD.917/13/10-18
Colour slides of equipment and buildings at Sobat camp
SAD.917/13/19-917/14/1
Aerial views of camp 242*
SAD.917/14/2
Colour slide of mechanical equipment at camp 242*
SAD.917/14/3
Colour slide of R.O.C. preparing to fly into Jonglei*
SAD.917/14/4-5
Colour slides of R.O.C. at camp 242
SAD.917/14/6-7
Colour slides of dragline at camp 242
SAD.917/14/8
Colour slide of Sudanese labourers
SAD.917/14/9-10
Colour slide of bulldozer clearing trench for bucket wheel, camp 242
SAD.917/14/11
Colour slide showing creeping flow, Jonglei canal*
SAD.917/14/12
Colour slide of equipment at Jonglei
SAD.917/14/13-14
Colour slides of the Jonglei canal
SAD.917/14/15-16
Colour slides of the barge Bairritz which was used to evacuate camp personnel after the attack by the SPLM in 1984*
SAD.917/14/17-917/16/11
Nile hydrology: flows, rainfall, discharges, storage, harvests
SAD.917/14/17
B&w slide of the Sennar dam
SAD.917/14/18-19
Graphs illustrating the measured monthly Mongalla inflows and outflows from the sudd, 1905-1980
SAD.917/14/20
Graphs showing sudd inflow at Mongalla and sudd rainfall, 1900-1980
SAD.917/15/1
Graphs illustrating the flooded areas below Bor with and without canal flow
SAD.917/15/2-3
Table showing sudd flows
SAD.917/15/4-5
Table showing household consumption of water: Egypt, Los Angeles, Tacoma
SAD.917/15/6
Graph showing annual rainfall index for central Sudan, 1900-1989, drawn by Mike Hulme 21 Mar 1990
SAD.917/15/7
Graph showing the average discharges of the Nile
SAD.917/15/8
Graph showing average rainfall in the Sudan, 1940-1990 (FEWS)
SAD.917/15/9-10
Graph showing Nile discharge in the maximum and minimum hydrological years at Aswan
917/15/11-12
Graph showing annual flows of the Nile at Aswan
SAD.917/15/13-14
Table showing average mean annual flow of the Nile as measured at Aswan, 1984-1990
SAD.917/15/15-16
Table showing Nile flows as measured at Aswan, 1987-1990
SAD.917/15/17
Table showing Egypt and the Nile waters: available supply, 1988
SAD.917/15/18
Table showing Egypt and the Nile waters: the water balance, 1988
SAD.917/15/19
Longitudinal profile of the Blue Nile
SAD.917/16/1-2
List of possible remedies for Egypt and the Nile waters
SAD.917/16/3
Table showing whence the waters of the Nile flow
SAD.917/16/4
Flow chart for the Nile and its tributaries
SAD.917/16/5
Plan of abstractions from the Nile
SAD.917/16/6
Diagram of the century water storage scheme as conceived around 1950
SAD.917/16/7
Colour slide of the Nag Hammadi barrage in Egypt
SAD.917/16/8
FEWS harvest assessment map of the Sudan, 1991
SAD.917/16/9
Map of the Sudan showing areas of below average harvest
SAD.917/16/10-11
Harvest summary map of Chad and the Sudan, 1990/91
SAD.917/16/12-15
Nile flows: middle ages
SAD.917/16/12-13
Graphs showing Nile flows in the Middle Ages
SAD.917/16/14
Graph showing annual Santa Barbara rainfall, 1870-1990
SAD.917/16/15
Sketch of the Nile at Abu Sir during the Old Kingdom, as envisaged by Burckhardt, with cross-section of the Memphis basin (after Willcocks 1904, with modifications
SAD.917/16/16-917/17/3
River Sobat
SAD.917/16/16
B&w slide of the River Sobat
SAD.917/16/17-18
Aerial views of the confluence of the Sobat and White Nile (colour)
SAD.917/16/19
Aerial view of the White Nile south of the Sobat
SAD.917/16/20
Colour slide of the mouth of the Sobat
SAD.917/17/1
Aerial view of the Sobat plain
SAD.917/17/2
Map of the Sudan showing the utilization of the waters of the Nile
SAD.917/17/3
Map of the Sudan showing Upper Nile projects
SAD.917/17/4-17
Slides of front covers of the 9 parts of the final report of the Executive Organ of the National Council for Development of the Jonglei Canal area (total of 13 vol)
SAD.917/17/18-917/18/9
The Nile and its tributaries
SAD.917/17/18
Colour slide of the source of the Nile
SAD.917/17/19
Colour slide of felucca on the Nile
SAD.917/17/20
Colour slide of sunset on the Nile
SAD.917/18/1
Colour slide of the Blue Nile
SAD.917/18/2
Aerial view of the Blue Nile in the Ethiopian highlands
SAD.917/18/3
Colour slide of the Yei river in flood
SAD.917/18/4
Colour slide of Fola Rapids
SAD.917/18/5
Colour slide of Owen Falls dam
SAD.917/18/6
Colour slide of saqiyah, marked “Nomachi p.148”, probably taken by Kazuyoshi Nomachi
SAD.917/18/7
B&w illustration of saqiyah from Description de l'Egypte
SAD.917/18/8
Colour slide of shaduf, marked “Nomachi p.149”, probably taken by Kazuyoshi Nomachi
SAD.917/18/9
B&w illustrations of shaduf from Description de l'Egypte
SAD.917/18/10-917/19/1
Southern Sudan - general
SAD.917/18/10
Pencil sketch of village and dhahabiyahs at Gondokoro (Petherick)
SAD.917/18/11
Pencil sketch illustrating Baker's dhahabiyah being pulled through the sudd
SAD.917/18/12
Colour slide of Dinka fisherman in the sudd, marked “Nomachi 59”, probably by Kazuyoshi Nomachi
SAD.917/18/13
B&w slide of Bari rainmakers
SAD.917/18/14
Colour slide of Shilluk men
SAD.917/18/15-19
Colour slides of views in the south, including Juba
SAD.917/18/20
Colour slide of hippos in the Nile
SAD.917/19/1
Map of Southern Sudan
SAD.917/19/2-6
Egypt
SAD.917/19/2
Aerial photograph of the Aswan dam (colour)
SAD.917/19/3-4
Colour slides of Lake Nasser
SAD.917/19/5
Aerial view of Nile delta
SAD.917/19/6
B&w slide of Suez canal
SAD.917/20-917/29; 954/1-954/9
[ca. 1970s - 1990s]
File of b&w and colour slides collected by R.O.C. for use in lectures on African history, including the Sudan, many copied from published sources or from originals in the Sudan Archive, and arranged under the following topics:
SAD.917/20/1-16
Maps of Africa: Niger Delta states; central Africa; central Sudan 1600 and 19th century; Sudanic states; Fulani migrations; Fulani jihad; Sokoto/Hausa states; Gerhard Rohlf's travels; Kongo
SAD.917/20/17-917/21/4
Maps of Africa: vegetation, population and language; Lake Victoria
SAD.917/21/5-8
Plants: eggplant (aubergine), pineapple, pepper, baobab
SAD.917/21/9-16
Cave art. Animals: elephants, sheep, Zebu cattle, camel caravan. Plan of early shrine at Elephantine
SAD.917/21/17-917/22/13
Islam: maps; mosques; modern Cairo; Muslim clerics in the Sudan; shaykh's tomb overlooking Urbi
SAD.917/22/14-917/24/6
Dynastic Egypt: pyramids; sphinx; Luxor; Karnak; Kom Ombo; statues; carvings; hieroglyphs
SAD.917/24/7-19
Dynastic Egypt: Philae; Nile in Egypt including feluccas; Nile delta
SAD.917/25/1-14
Dynastic Egypt: sheet of accounts from Old Kingdom; Meket-ra's river fleet; Seti; map of Thebes; Kings of Egypt; Valley of Kings 1857; Abu Simbel; plans of temples; map showing colonisation in Middle Kingdom
SAD.917/26/1-917/27/1
Nubian Kush: map of archaeological sites; Jabal Sulayman; Qasr Ibrim 1852; Buhen; Kerma; statue of Taharqa; Meroë, north of Shendi; temple of Amon; Jabal Barkal; Soleb; Napata; Qasr Nimeiri; 3rd cataract inscriptions
SAD.917/27/2-917/28/4
Kush: Nubian architecture; pyramids at Meroë; Musawwarat es Sufra
SAD.917/28/5-917/29/6
Kush: Naqa; iron slage at Meroë; Nubian villages Ballana and Wadi Sabuna; Nubian terrain; Nubian people; Semna; relief carvings; Nubian pottery; maps of Nubian sites; Lake Nubia
SAD.954/1/1-954/2/1
Kush: Christian Nubia. Christian frescoes; church at Songi; ruins at Old Dongola; Faras
SAD.954/2/2-16
Turkiyyah: maps; Zubayr Pasha; views of Kordofan; Ismailia; Meshra er Req 1870s; entry to Dufilé; Burckhardt; Emin Pasha relief expedition; Chaillé Long; Baker
SAD.954/2/17-954/3/12
Mahdiyyah: Hicks Pasha; Shaykan; Mahdi preaching; plan of battle of Abu Klea; Slatin Pasha; General Wolseley; Gordon entering Khartoum; General Gordon; “Too late to save Gordon” cartoon ( London Illustrated News), Khartoum 1885
SAD.954/3/13-954/5/4
Mahdiyyah: Gordon's head being brought to the Mahdi; Mahdi's tomb; battle of the Atbara; ansar; aerial view of Omdurman; gallows in Omdurman; women and children at Omdurman; battle of Omdurman; raising British and Egyptian flags at Khartoum; death of the Khalifah; Wingate with Mahmud Ahmad; Wingate, Kitchener, Slatin and Cromer; Nile steamers; Kitchener's gunboat; ra'is of the Bordein; statue of General Gordon; fortifications at Khartoum
SAD.954/5/5-14
Fashoda Incident, 1898
SAD.954/5/15-954/6/10
The British in Egypt, 1880s: Alexandria; Cairo; village in the Delta; battle of Tel el Kebir; Admiral Seymour; Lord Dufferin; Drummond Wolff; Col. Stewart; Muhammad Ali; Khedive Ismail; Khedive Tewfik; Khedive Abbas Hilmi II
SAD.954/6/11-954/7/4
Anglo-Egyptian Sudan: palace, Khartoum; rest house, El Obeid; police officer and sub-ma'murs; S.D.F. band; British patrol in Abyssinia; Sir James Currie; Col. M.R. Kennedy; Sir Lee Stack; Sir Geoffrey Archer; Sir John Maffey; Sir Stewart Symes; Theodore Roosevelt; trekking in Southern Sudan
SAD.954/7/5-954/8/4
Nile Valley scenes: Mt Kenya; Mountains of the Moon; Mfumbiro range; desert sand; Victoria Falls; Fola rapids; Murchison Falls; Owen Falls dam; Nile lakes and tributaries; Sue river, Speke monument in Kensington
SAD.954/8/5-9
Nuba Mountains: Kadugli
SAD.954/8/10-17
Kigezi, Uganda; Assua river; Lake George; Rumenzori; Semliki river
SAD.954/8/18-954/9/13
High Dam; Aswan dam; Roda nilometer; island of Roda; Lake Nasser; Wadi Halfa under Lake Nubia; White Nile; Nubian fishing boats
SAD.915/10/2
[ca. 1950s]
B&w photograph of drawing of two giraffes and a buffalo by Raoul Millais, carved onto the white-washed mud brick wall of Shambe rest house in 1920
SAD.915/10/3
[ca. 1950s]
B&w photograph of drawing of an elephant by Raoul Millais, carved onto the white-washed mud brick wall of Shambe rest house in 1920
SAD.915/8/1
[ca.1980s]
Large b&w photograph of street in Khartoum
SAD.915/8/2
[ca.1980s]
Large black and white photograph of Khartoum mosque
SAD.954/10/1-4
[ca. 1990s]
Large negatives of maps of the Jonglei area:
SAD.954/10/1
Jonglei area: base map. Map 1A
SAD.954/10/2
Jonglei canal area: vegetation map. Map 3
SAD.954/10/3
Jonglei canal area showing water quality. Map 5
SAD.954/10/4
Jonglei canal area: water supply indicative plan. Map 7A
SAD.915/8/6
[ca. 1990s]
Large colour photograph of carved wooden mask, with ostrich feathers in background
Outside Sudan
SAD.954/11-955/3
[1960s-1990s]
File of black and white and colour slides on African history, collected by R.O.C. for teaching purposes:
SAD.954/11/1-954/12/1
Ethiopia: church mural of Nubian virgin; Pharaonic painting of Noah's ark in shape of Nile boat; weekly market at Aksum, 1920; Ethiopian churches; statue of Lord Napier; Duncan Cameron, British Consul to Ethiopia; map showing line of Napoleon's march; Blue Nile; Lake Tsana; Mount Gish and Abbai; Tisitat Falls; cattle in Nile above falls; Ethiopian highlands; Orde Wingate
SAD.954/12/2-18
East Africa and Indian Ocean: map showing position of Cushites; map showing position of Bantu; Swahili women; map of East African coast; Gala village of Tulu, Kenya; dhows at Mombasa and on Lake Victoria; Swahili coastal fisherman; map of Tanzania, 1975; main street Zanzibar, 1910s; East African beach; ruins of 13th century great mosque at Kilwa; small Kilwa mosque; castle on Kilwa; Muscat, Mombasa
SAD.954/12/19-20; 954/13/1-4
Buganda: map of Buganda; engraving of Rubaga, capital of Buganda; Sir Apollo Kagwa, chief minister (1890-1926); President Idi Amin, 1975; Uganda railway; Murchison Falls, Ruwenzori
954/13/5
German East Africa: drawing of early machine gun
SAD.954/13/6-17
Zimbabwe: acropolis and ellipitical building; remains of ancient walls; mound ruins; aerial view
SAD.954/14/1-954/16/9
Zulu war, 1879: Zulu warrior; Wolseley presenting the VC to Dalton; engraving of Cetshwayo at Port Dunford, 1879; Fugitives' Drift, Buffalo River; Lieutenant Colonel Redvers Buller (1839-1908); John Dunn, white chief of Zululand; royal kraal at Ulundi; soldiers, Zulu war; Isandlwana; punts on Buffalo River; field battery for British troops; “Percy”, horse of Napoleon Eugène, Prince Imperial; Ityotyosi where the Prince Imperial was killed; Dabulamanzi (brother of Cetshwayo), the Zulu leader who led the attack on the British at Rorke's Drift; drawing of Moshesh, 1833; illustration of Indian and traders; drawing of wagons at the wall of Rorke's Drift; staff of flying column before the action at Ulundi; drawing of Cetshwayo's palace; Zulu men; drawing of Major Hackett with two companies repelling the Zulus at Kambula; Zulu impi; Natal kaffirs from Captain Barton's 4th battalion, Henry Wood; Bishop Colenso; John Fielding, VC; Lieut. Nevill Coghill (killed with Melville); Lieut Melville VC; Sir Henry Bartle Frère (1815-1884); 3 officers killed at Isandlwana; Langalibalele; cortege for Prince Imperial; Theophilus Shepstone (1817-1893); J.W. Shepstone; Napoleon Eugène, Prince Imperial (1856-1879); group of engineers; 50 survivors of “B” company, with Lieut. Bromhead; Prince Imperial at Durban; Fort Pearson on the Turpela; men with signalling equipment; Sir Henry Bulwer, governor Natal; Cetshwayo, 1879; Uhamu's warriors
SAD.954/16/10-14
South Africa: young Boer man with rifle; drawing of Boer homestead; Boer man with British soldier; soldiers convalescing, Boer war; illustration of farm at Stellenbosch
SAD.954/16/15-20
African village scenes: village in southern Chad; Shilluk village, 1920; decorated walls of a home in an Ndebele village, Transvaal; traditional doctor tending a patient, Sudan 1920; Ndesele beadwork, South Africa
SAD.954/17/1-11
West African people: 2nd century Berber tomb; Fulani nomad, Niger; Berber women; Tuareg woman; Masai warrior; Nuba wrestlers
SAD.954/17/12-954/18/2
West African states: maps of West Africa; old fort of Medine, Senegal; drawing of Segu
SAD.954/18/3-8
Rabih Fadl Allah: maps showing his empire; his head on a stick
SAD.954/18/9-12
Benin: brass worker; bronze carvings
SAD.954/18/13
Settlement on Bandiagara
SAD.954/18/14-954/19/7
Modern Africa: armoured cars in South African township, late 1970s; Nuba men; modern city; West African men; migrant workers waiting for trains, South Africa, 1960s; South African sign at entrance to Bantustan; army unit in Zanzibar; bank and bureaucrats of Biafran government, Nigeria ca. 1968; Accra conference; refugees, Rwanda 1994
SAD.954/19/8-10
Poaching and hunting
SAD.954/19/11-14
El Obeid
SAD.954/19/15-16
Trekking - by camel and motor vehicle
SAD.954/19/17-18
R.O.C.'s wife Jan
SAD.954/19/19
Hadanduwah in the Eastern desert
SAD.954/20/1-10
African personalities: Bishop Samuel Ajayi Crowther; Adolphe-Félix-Sylvestre Eboué, Edward Wilmot Blyden; Heinrich Barth; Sadiq al-Mahdi; John Garang; President Ja'far Nimayri; Léopold Sédar Senghor; Kenneth Kaunda, Julius Nyerere, Jomo Kenyatta and Milton Obote; Yoweri Museveni
SAD.954/20/11-954/21/18
East Africa land: flooded River Rutiji; uplands of Kigeri, Uganda; flamingos; Ruwenzori; sandstone at Lake Turkana; eastern Rift Valley; Mount Kenya; Kilimanjaro; desert camp; Mombasa, 1910; Olduvai gorge; Lake Edward; Lake Albert; aerial view of Bahr al-Jabal and sudd; Lake Victoria; western Rift Valley, mountains in Rwandauni, Lake George; unidentified views
SAD.954/22/1-4
Early man: skulls of Australopithecus Africanus, Australopithecus boisei, Homo habilis and Homo erectus
SAD.954/22/5-8
Crafts: African artist with rock painting; Tanzanian carvings; carved wooden door
SAD.954/22/9-10
Bigo
SAD.954/22/11-954/24/9
East Africa: dancing; Dinkas coming to visit steamer; chart showing seasonal migration; map of Nile basin; slave caravan, 1910s; early map of Africa; Fort Jesus; Portuguese explorers; porter at Umyam-wezi; the slug map, 1856; desert oasis; dhow at Lamu, 1953; picking fruit; picking cloves, Zanzibar 1910s; Swahili Arab ivory traders, Buganda 1890s; Sayyid Barghash, sultan of Zanzibar, and entourage, 1875; Tippo Tib; David Livingstone; Frère mission; King Leopold II; Lake Victoria; papyrus, Lake Kyoka; Murchison Falls; map showing Speke's journeys; export of seisal fibres at Dar es Salaam; British steamer at Zanzibar, 1910s; map showing spread of Bantu languages; Lord Cromer
SAD.955/1/1-955/2/18
East Africa, scramble: traction engine and boat crossing river, WW1, Union Jack at Fungurame, WW1; British boats after a storm on Lake Tanganyika, WW1; askaris, Belgian native troops in Congo, 1920s; railway bridge across the Nile at Jinja, 1930s; Dar es Salaam, 1910; Theodore Roosevelt with hunting trophies; Theodore Roosevelt with dead rhino; Lord Lugard meeting Mwanga and signing treaty, 1891; Buganda army, 1892; Mwanga at palace with retainers, 1892; Lord Rosebery; cartoon about Uganda; dhabiyahs on Nile; Mackay, Father Lourdel and Sir Harry Johnston; market at Zanzibar, 1910 East Africa, nationalism: large steamship; Ripon and Owen Falls; ivory traders, Zanzibar 1910; confiscated poached ivory, Uganda 1922; Ankole longhorn cattle in a kraal in Uganda; King of Toro, Uganda 1930s; convoy of lorries; tribal map; Ugandan bus; aerial view of overgrazed land; African city; ferry in Uganda, 1953; rows of skulls; human remains; map of Uganda, 1970
SAD.955/3/1-20
East Africa, independence: Sir Daudi Chwa II, Kabaka of Buganda 1930s; King's palace, Kampala 1930s; African city; wildlife; map showing spread of tsetse in Africa
SAD.955/4/1-19
[c. 1970s - 1990s]
Colour slides of the Rift Valley, collected by R.O.C. for use in lectures. With the exception of the last slide listed, all were taken by Nigel Pavitt and are probably copied from his Africa's Great Rift Valley:
SAD.955/4/1
Ankole cattle, Uganda
SAD.955/4/2
Masai cattle, Eastern Rift, Tanzania
SAD.955/4/3
Herd of Thomson's gazelle, bottom of Rift Valley
SAD.955/4/4
Wildebeest at the bottom of the Eastern Rift
SAD.955/4/5
Cattle at the bottom of the Eastern Rift
SAD.955/4/6
Flamingoes at Lake Bogoria, Kenya, Eastern Rift
SAD.955/4/7
Lake Baringo, Kenya, Eastern Rift
SAD.955/4/8
Lava flows at Lake Turkana
SAD.955/4/9
Andrews volcano, Lake Turkana
SAD.955/4/10
Lake Turkana: the Jade Sea
SAD.955/4/11
Pure crystalline salt, Lake Assal near Djibouti, bottom of Rift
SAD.955/4/12
Dragon's Blood tree in Rift Valley, Djibouti
SAD.955/4/13
Ethiopian man standing at rock hewn church at Yemata
SAD.955/4/14
Volcano Oldoinyo Lengai, Tanzania
SAD.955/4/15
Sodium deposits at Lake Natron, Tanzania
SAD.955/4/16
Gommiphora tree, Lake Magadi, Kenya
SAD.955/4/17
Lake Elementeita, Eastern Rift
SAD.955/4/18
Acacia trees, Tanzania
SAD.955/4/19
Semliki river
SAD.924/2/30
1991
B&w photograph of delegates to the 2nd International Conference on Sudan Studies at Durham University (taken from a height)
15. Maps and Plans
(i) Sudan
SAD.952/1/1-2
1909
Map of Bahr al-Ghazal Province showing the distribution of sleeping sickness, extracted from Sudan Intelligence Report No 183
scale:   1 to 4,000,000
Size: 36 x 38 cm
SAD/PF 6/4
1944 - 1945
Africa 1:250,000 series maps of the Anglo-Egyptian Sudan, sheet 86. Sudan Survey Department:
Sheet 86-A, Arua, Dec 1944
Sheet 86-B, Nimule, Jul 1945
scale:   1 to 250,000
Size: ca. 60 x 83 cm
SAD/PF 25/1
1946
Composite map of the Southern Sudan, comprising sheets 78-A (Shambe), 66-M (Adok) and 66-I (Lake No) of Anglo-Egyptian Sudan 1:250,000 series, showing the line of the Jonglei canal, compiled to accompany first interim report by the Jonglei Investigation Team, 1946. Only sheet 78-A is dated, 1938. (Fragile)
scale:   1 to 250,000
Size: 186.5 x 68.5 cm
SAD.952/1/3
1940
Map of the Upper Nile Province showing political and administrative boundaries, mounted in 20 sections on linen and stamped “Upper Nile Province 12 Apr 1940”
scale:   1 to 1,000,000
Size: 111 x 100 cm
SAD/PF 25/1/2-3
1942 and 1976
International map of the world, 1:1,000,000 series, provisional edition, sheet N.B.-35: Wau, compiled from Sudan Survey Department 1:250,000 series, 1942. The second copy has province boundaries and railways corrected 1976.
scale:   1 to 1,000,000
Size: 61 x 91.5 cm
SAD/PF 25/1/4
1951
Map of Southern Sudan showing seasonal cattle movements. Sudan Survey Department, Khartoum, Dec 1946, corrected Nov 1951
scale:   1 to 2,000,000
Size: 57 x 91 cm
SAD/PF 25/1/5-6
1954 Nov
Sudan 1:100,000 series geographical maps, parts of sheet 78-M-1-6 in 2 sections: Yei area. Sudan Survey Department, compiled from vertical photographs taken in December 1952.
scale:   1 to 100,000
Size: 2 maps, each 92 x 61 cm
SAD/PF 25/1/7
1955
Map of Southern Sudan. Sudan Survey Department, Khartoum, Oct 1946, corrected Jan 1955
scale:   1 to 2,000,000
Size: 61 x 86 cm
SAD/PF 22/4/1
1956
Map of Equatoria and Bahr al-Ghazal provinces showing the spread of bilharzia, kala azar and hyatid disease, and hook worm. Map No II. Sudan Survey Department, Khartoum, Jun 1951, corrected Jun 1956.
scale:   1 to 3,000,000
Size: 41 x 59 cm
SAD/PF 22/4/2
1956
Map of Equatoria and Bahr al-Ghazal provinces showing the spread of cerebro-spinal meningitis, guinea worm and sleeping sickness in 1948. Map No III. Sudan Survey Department, Khartoum, Jun 1951, corrected Jun 1956.
scale:   1 to 3,000,000
Size: 41 x 58.5 cm
SAD/PF 25/1/8
1957
Map of the Southern Sudan showing parliamentary constitutencies, 1957. Sudan Survey Department, Khartoum Oct 1946, corrected Jan 1955.
scale:   1 to 2,000,000
Size: 61 x 91.5 cm
SAD/PF 22/4/3-4
[ca. 1950s]
Map showing missionary spheres of influence in the Southern Sudan, with negative copy
scale:   1 to 50 miles
Size: 25.5 x 42 cm
SAD/PF 25/1/9
[ca. 1950s]
Map of the Equatoria of Emin Pasha, showing Egyptian stations and major native villages of Uganda and Unyoro
scale:   1 to 3,000,000
Size: 49 x 46 cm
SAD/PF 25/1/10
[ca. 1950s]
Geographical map of the Equatoria of Emin Pasha, showing tropical savanna, tropical rainforest and prairie
scale:   1:3,000,000
Size: 51 x 45 cm
SAD/PF 22/4/5
[ca. 1950s]
Sketch maps of the battles of Bedden, 17 Feb 1897 and Regaf [Rejaf], 17 Feb 1897, drawn by D. Warz
Size: 29 x 45 cm
SAD/PF 22/4/6
[ca. 1950s]
Sketch map of the Mahdist campaigns: general map of operations, drawn by D. Warz
Size: 46 x 38.5 cm
SAD/PF 25/2/1
[ca. 1950s]
Map of the Southern Sudan showing the Mahdist invasions, drawn by R.O.C.
scale:   1 to 20 miles
Size: 55 x 58 cm
SAD/PF 25/2/2-3
[ca. 1950s]
Map of the Southern Sudan, showing names of villages, with negative copy
scale:   1 to 50 miles
Size: 44.5 x 43 cm
SAD/PF 25/2/4
[ca. 1950s]
Map of the Southern Sudan showing names of villages
scale:   1 to 50 miles
Size: 94 x 89 cm
SAD/PF 25/2/5-6
[ca. 1950s]
Map of the Southern Sudan, showing the position of the Lado Enclave, with negative copy
scale:   1 to 20 miles
Size: 45.5 x 60 cm
SAD/PF 22/4/7
[ca. 1950s]
Sketch map of northern Bahr al-Ghazal province
Size: 38 x 56 cm
SAD/PF 22/4/8
[ca. 1960s]
Map of the Sudan showing the position of southern tribes. Produced by R.O.C.
scale:   1 to 8,000,000
Size: 38 x 46 cm
SAD/PF 25/2/7-8
[ca. 1960s]
Map of the Southern Sudan showing tribal districts, with negative copy
scale:   1 to 20 miles
Size: 61 x 83 cm
SAD/PF 8/3
1966 - 1976
Africa 1:250,000 series maps of the Republic of Sudan, sheet 64. Sudan Survey Department:
Sheet 64-L, Birka Khadra, 1976
Sheet 64-P, J. Rumbukindi, 1966
scale:   1 to 250,000
Size: 61 x 91 cm
SAD/PF 8/4
1976 - 1977
Africa 1:250,000 series maps of the Republic of Sudan, sheet 65. Sudan Survey Department:
Sheet 65-E, Buram, 1976
Sheet 65-F, Abu Matariq, 1976
Sheet 65-G, Dar el Humr, 1976
Sheet 65-I, Hofrat en Nahas, 1976
Sheet 65-J, Nyamlell, 1976
Sheet 65-K, Abyei, 1976
Sheet 65-L, Ghabat el 'Arab, 1977
Sheet 65-M, Sa'id Bundas, 1976
Sheet 65-N, Raga, 1976
Sheet 65-O, Gogrial, 1976
Sheet 65-P, Meshra 'Ashol, 1976
scale:   1 to 250,000
Size: 61 x 91 cm
SAD/PF 8/5
1975 - 1976
Africa 1:250,000 series maps of the Republic of Sudan, sheet 66. Sudan Survey Department:
Sheet 66-C, Er Roseires, 1975
Sheet 66-D, Fazughli, 1975
Sheet 66-E, Talodi, 1976
Sheet 66-F, Melut, 1976
Sheet 66-G, Kurmuk, 1975
Sheet 66-I, Lake No, 1975
Sheet 66-J, Malakal, 1975
Sheet 66-K, Daga Post, 1975
Sheet 66-M, Adok, 1976
Sheet 66-N, Nyerol, 1976
Sheet 66-O, Nasir, 1976
scale:   1 to 250,000
Size: 61 x 92 cm
SAD/PF 8/6
1976
Africa 1:250,000 series maps of the Republic of Sudan, sheet 77. Sudan Survey Department:
Sheet 77-B, Deim Zubeir
Sheet 77-C, Wau
Sheet 77-G, Raffili
Sheet 77-H, Rumbek
Sheet 77-K, Tambura
Sheet 77-L, J. Angeleri
Sheet 77-P, Maridi
scale:   1 to 250,000
Size: 61 x 92 cm
SAD/PF 8/7
1976
Africa 1:250,000 series maps of the Republic of Sudan, sheet 78. Sudan Survey Department:
Sheet 78-A, Shambe
Sheet 78-B, Khor Geni
Sheet 78-C, Akobo
Sheet 78-D, Mocha
Sheet 78-F, Bor
Sheet 78-G, Pibor Post
Sheet 78-J, Mongalla
Sheet 78-K, J. Kathangor
Sheet 78-L, Mt Naiti
Sheet 78-M, Yei
Sheet 78-N, Juba
Sheet 78-O, Didinga
Sheet 78-P, Lokitaung
scale:   1 to 250,000
Size: ca. 61 x 92 cm
SAD/PF 8/8
1976
Africa 1:250,000 series maps of the Republic of Sudan, sheet 86A, Arua. Sudan Survey Department
scale:   1 to 250,000
Size: 61 x 92 cm
SAD/PF 25/2/9
1976
International map of the world, 1:1,000,000 series, provisional edition, sheet N.B.-36: Mongalla, compiled from Sudan Survey Department 1:250,000 series 1946. Province boundaries and railways corrected 1976.
scale:   1 to 1,000,000
Size: 61 x 91.5 cm
SAD/PF 25/2/10
1976
International map of the world, 1:1,000,000 series, provisional edition, sheet N.C.-35: Bahr al-`Arab, compiled from Sudan Survey Department 1:250,000 series 1944. Province boundaries and railways corrected 1976
scale:   1 to 1,000,000
Size: 61 x 91.5 cm
SAD.952/1/4
[ca. 1980]
Tourist map of the Democratic Republic of Sudan
scale:   1 to 4,000,000
Size: 65 x 65 cm
(ii) Jonglei
SAD.872/6/1
1983 Jan
Base map of the Jonglei area, based on mosaics of NASA's satellite imagery. Sudan Government Ministry for National Planning. Map 1 of 2.
scale:   1 to 250,000
Size: 103.5 x 113 cm
SAD.872/6/2
1983 Jan
Map of Jonglei canal area showing vegetation, based on mosaics of NASA's satellite imagery. Sudan Government Ministry for National Planning. Map 3
scale:   1 to 500,000
Size: 95.5 x 58.5 cm
SAD.872/6/3-16
1983 Jan
Large photographic prints of maps of the Jonglei area, some with negatives, based on mosaics of NASA's satellite imagery. Sudan Government Ministry for National Planning:
Size: 28 x 22 cm
SAD.872/6/3-6
Jonglei canal area base maps, in 4 sections, with negatives
scale:   1 to 100,000 (approx)
SAD.872/6/7-8
Jonglei area base maps, with negatives
scale:   1 to 250,000
872/6/9
Jonglei area base map. Map 1A
scale:   1 to 500,000
SAD.872/6/10-11
Jonglei area showing water supply, in 2 sections, with negatives
SAD.872/6/12-13
Jonglei canal area showing vegetation and water quality. Maps 3 and 5
SAD.872/6/14-15
Jonglei canal area, water supply indicative plan. Map 7 in 2 sections, with negatives
SAD.872/6/16
Jonglei canal area, water supply indicative plan. Map 7A
SAD.872/6/17
[1980s]
Sketch map of the area from Bor to Malakal showing the Jonglei canal line
Size: 26 x 20.5 cm
SAD.872/6/18-22
1983 Jan
Photographic copies of Jonglei plans and sections:
SAD.872/6/18
Hydrogeological section through boreholes. Ministry for National Planning
scale:   1 to 500,000
SAD.872/6/19
Eastern alignment to Bor: canal alignment cross sections. Permanent Joint Technical Commission for Nile Waters.
872/6/20
Navigation lock at the offtake lock: layout, elevations and sections, with negative. Permanent Joint Technical Commission for Nile Waters.
SAD.872/6/21
Regulator at the offtake regulator: layout, elevations and longitudinal section, with negative. Permanent Joint Technical Commission for Nile Waters.
SAD.872/6/22
Map of the Jonglei canal showing canal alignment, with negative
scale:   1 to 10,000
(iii) Egypt
SAD/PF 22/4/9-15
1948
Copies of maps 1-7 from Montgomery, Bernard Law, El Alamein to the river Sangro (London, 1948):
SAD/PF 22/4/9
Map 1: the battle of Alam Halfa, 31 Aug 1942
scale:   1.5 in to 10 miles
Size: 28.5 x 44.5 cm
SAD/PF 22/4/10
Map 2: the battle of El Alamein, 23 Oct - 3 Nov 1942. British axis positions on 23 Oct 1942
scale:   1.5 in to 20 miles
Size: 28.5 x 44.5 cm
SAD/PF 22/4/11
Map 3: the battle of El Alamein. The plan on 30 Corps front
scale:   1 in to 3 miles
Size: 28.5 x 44.5 cm
SAD/PF 22/4/12
Map 4: the battle of El Alamein. The break-in and dog fight.
scale:   1 in to 2.5 miles
Size: 28.5 x 44.5 cm
SAD/PF 22/4/13
Map 5: the battle of El Alamein. Regrouping and the thrust towards the coast.
scale:   0.5 in to 2 miles
Size: 28.5 x 44.5 cm
SAD/PF 22/4/14
Map 6: the battle of El Alamein. The break-out.
scale:   1 in to 4 miles
Size: 28.5 x 44.5 cm
SAD/PF 22/4/15
Map 7: the pursuit, Egypt to Tunisia
scale:   1.5 in to 60 miles
Size: 28.5 x 89 cm
(iv) Uganda
SAD/PF 25/3/1
1953
World 1:1,000,000 series, Uganda sheet N.A.-36, 2nd edition: map of Entebbe. Geographical Section, General Staff, War Office 1946; reproduced by Ordnance Survey 1953
scale:   1 to 1,000,000
Size: 66 x 88 cm
SAD/PF 25/3/2
1960
East Africa 1:250,000 series, Uganda sheet N.A-36-5, edition 1: map of Pakwach. Department of Lands and Surveys, Uganda.
scale:   1 to 250,000
Size: 58.5 x 81 cm
SAD/PF 25/3/3
1961
East Africa 1:250,000 series, Uganda sheet NA-36-5, edition 1: map of Fort Portal. Department of Lands and Surveys, Uganda.
scale:   1 to 250,000
Size: 58 x 93 cm
SAD/PF 25/3/4
1962
East Africa 1:250,000 series, Uganda sheet NA-36-9, edition 1: map of Hoima. Department of Lands and Surveys, Uganda.
scale:   1 to 250,000
Size: 58 x 81 cm
SAD/PF 25/3/5
1963
World 1:1,000,000 series: map of Uganda
scale:   1 to 1,000,000
Size: 65 x 92.5 cm
SAD/PF 25/3/6
1964
East Africa 1:250,000 series, Uganda sheet SA-36-1, edition 2: map of Mbarara. Department of Lands and Surveys, Uganda.
scale:   1 to 250,000
Size: 58 x 94 cm
SAD/PF 25/3/7
1964
East Africa 1:250,000 series, Uganda sheet SA-36-5, edition 2: map of Kabale. Department of Lands and Surveys, Uganda.
scale:   1 to 250,000
Size: 58 x 94 cm
SAD/PF 25/3/8
1965
East Africa 1:250,000 series, Uganda sheet NA-36-3, edition 2: map of Kaabong. Department of Lands and Surveys, Uganda.
scale:   1 to 250,000
Size: 64 x 79.5 cm
SAD/PF 25/3/9
1966
East Africa 1:250,000 series, Uganda sheet NA-36-6, edition 2: map of Gulu. Department of Lands and Surveys, Uganda.
scale:   1 to 250,000
Size: 59 x 81 cm
(v) Congo
SAD/PF 25/3/10
[ca. 1960-1963]
Map of the Republic of the Congo, showing provinces and ethnic groups
scale:   1 to 50 miles
Size: 46 x 49 cm
(vi) Central African Republic
SAD/PF 25/3/11
[ca. 1970s]
Africa 1:2,000,000 series, sheet 19 (edition 5) Bangui, Central African Republic. Defense Mapping Agency, Washington, DC
scale:   1 to 2,000,000
Size: 66 x 76 cm
(vii) Ethiopia
SAD/PF 25/3/12
[ca. 1970s]
Africa 1:2,000,000 series, sheet 20 (edition 7) Addis Ababa, Ethiopia. Defense Mapping Agency, Washington, DC
scale:   1 to 2,000,000
Size: 66 x 76 cm
(viii) Kenya
SAD/PF 25/3/13
[ca. 1970s]
Map of Kenya showing the history of the Kikuyu native lands in the Kiambu, Fort Hall and Nyeri areas
scale:   1 to 5 miles
Size: 59.5 x 63 cm
(ix) Africa, general
SAD.952/2/1-17
[ca. 1970s - 1980s]
Transparencies of maps of Africa, produced for teaching purposes (all A4 size):
SAD.952/2/1
Equatorial Africa
SAD.952/2/2
Equatorial Africa, showing the distribution of the Bantu and the rainforest
SAD.952/2/3
Equatorial Africa, showing the limits of the Western Bantu
SAD.952/2/4
Equatorial Africa, showing the position of the rainforests
SAD.952/2/5
Equatorial Africa, showing Western Bantu expansion
SAD.952/2/6
Equatorial Africa, illustrating the major Bantu language groups
SAD.952/2/7
Equatorial Africa, showing Neolithic sites
SAD.952/2/8
Equatorial Africa, showing early Iron Age sites
SAD.952/2/9
Equatorial Africa, showing banana plantains
SAD.952/2/10
Northern Congo, showing distribution of tribes
SAD.952/2/11
Equatorial Africa, showing Sudanese and Zanzibari trading area, 1869-1894
SAD.952/2/12
Equatorial Africa in 1910
SAD.952/2/13
Africa, showing language distribution
SAD.952/2/14-15
Africa, showing diffusion of Bantu languages, 2nd and 1st century BC
SAD.952/2/16-17
Sub-Saharan Africa showing Bantu classification
16. Press cuttings and press statements
SAD.949/8/1-38
1956 - 1966
Typescript copies of press articles:
SAD.949/8/1-3
1956 - 1963
From The Messenger concerning independence for the Sudan, the transitional constitution, the military coup in 1958 and political developments under President Abboud
SAD.949/8/4-16
1963 - 1964
Extracts from British and other newspapers and statements by missionaries on the problem of Southern Sudan
SAD.949/8/17-20
1965 Oct 15
Article by Pierre Chauleur on the problem of the south
SAD.949/8/21-27
1966
Articles by Anthony Carthew from the Daily Mail on the war in the south
SAD.949/8/28-38
1966
Articles from Le Figaro on the war in the south
SAD.949/9/1-104
1924, 1954 - 1965
Assorted press cuttings collected by R.O.C., chiefly from American newspapers ( The New York Times, The Waukegan News-Sun, Chicago Sunday Tribune, the New York Herald, the Los Angeles Times, the Miami Herald, etc) and mostly relating to events in the Sudan and Egypt.
SAD.949/9/1-2
1924
Appointment of Zaghlul Pasha as Prime Minister of Egypt
SAD.949/9/3
1954
Dismissals of British administrators under “sudanisation”
SAD.949/9/4
1956
Review of Margery Perham, Lugard: the years of adventure, 1858-1898
SAD.949/9/5-9
1957
Interview with Buth Diu in The Morning News; Sudanese elections
SAD.949/9/10-34
1958
Egypt-Syria union; new government in the Sudan; disobedience campaign in Kenya; reports from Southern Sudan; army coup in the Sudan; American missionaries Malcolm and Enid Forsberg
SAD.949/9/35-42
1959
Gum production in the Sudan; Nile infested by Florida weed; cotton markets
SAD.949/9/43-44
1960
Resettlement of Nubians
SAD.949/9/45-46
1961
Suspension of Alayam; Sudan's stance on the Congo question
SAD.949/9/47-65
1962
Archaeological discoveries in Sudanese Nubia; Kuwait loan for railway development in the Sudan; discovery of copper ore in Southern Sudan; translation of New Testament into Anuak language; Roseires dam; Ethiopian marauders in N. Kenya; Sir Isaiah Berlin article on “The purpose of philosophy”; legislation against missions; unrest in Southern Sudan
SAD.949/9/66-67
1963
Lack of support for Southern Sudanese rebels
SAD.949/9/68-76
1964
Expulsion of missions from Southern Sudan; resettlement of Nubians; new civilian government; race riots in Khartoum
SAD.949/9/77-104
1965
Sudan cotton crop; new irrigation works; halt of supply of arms through the Sudan to the Congo; violence in Khashm el Girba; strike in Khartoum; Portuguese overseas territories; apartheid in S. Africa; progress of the war in Southern Sudan; Congo army coup
SAD.949/10/1-37
1966 - 1970
Continuation of press cuttings collected by R.O.C.:
SAD.949/10/1-2
1966
War in Southern Sudan
SAD.949/10/3-13
1967
New Sudan coins; native housing in Kenya; Sudan civil war
SAD.949/10/14-20
1968
Economic developments in the Sudan; new alliances in Africa; Sudan currency; work of the American missionaries Malcolm and Enid Forsberg in the Sudan
SAD.949/10/21-34
1969
Progress of war in Southern Sudan; military coup in the Sudan
SAD.949/10/35-37
1970
Steps taken by President Nimeiri against the Ansars; the new Aswan High Dam
SAD.950/1/1-39
1971 - 1982
Continuation of press cuttings collected by R.O.C.:
SAD.950/1/1-2
1971
Progress of war in the south
SAD.950/1/3-4
1973
Review of Tim Jeal, Livingstone (New York, 1973)
SAD.950/1/5-6
1976
Progress in the south since the end of the civil war; President Numeiri's campaign trip across Sudan; military revolt in Juba
SAD.950/1/7-12
1977
U.S sale of arms to the Sudan; renewed work on the Jonglei canal
SAD.950/1/13-17
1978
President Nimeiri's attempts to encourage exiles to return; appointment of President Nimeiri as Chairman of the Organisation of African Unity
SAD.950/1/18-24
1979
Riots in Khartoum against price increases; outbreak of ebola fever in S. Sudan
SAD.950/1/25-26
1980
Refugee crisis in the Sudan
SAD.950/1/27-32
1981
Interview with Justice Wilson Aryamba; border conflict between the Sudan and Libya
SAD.950/1/33-39
1982
Construction of the Jonglei canal; conviction of CIA agent Edwin Wilson for attempting to engineer a coup in the Sudan
SAD.950/2/1-82
1983 - 1984
Continuation of press cuttings collected by R.O.C.:
SAD.950/2/1-22
1983
U.S steps to deter Libyan attack on the Sudan; “Nile: green ribbon of life”; Juba, a sinkhole for foreign aid, with reply to the editor of the Los Angeles Times by R.O.C.; difficulties facing Sudan cotton industry; hostages held by the Liberation Front of Southern Sudan; death of General Abboud; rescue of 2 Chevron Oil Co employees, held as hostages by southern rebels; reports of rebel attack on riverboat and barges
SAD.950/2/23-82
1984
Introduction of sharia law by President Nimeiri; US sends radar planes to aid in Sudan defense; guerrilla attack on Chevron oil installation; imposition of Islamic law; plans for an oil pipeline from Bentiu to the Red Sea; declaration of a state of emergency; Sudanese refugees fleeing into Ethiopia; death of Benjamin Bol; Libya-backed coup plot; food aid for Sudan
SAD.950/3/1-95
1985
Continuation of press cuttings collected by R.O.C.: Release of Sadiq al-Mahdi from jail; death of Muhammad Mahmud Taha; talks between Libya and Sudan; suspension of US aid to Sudan; suspension of work on the canal; detention of 200 members of the Muslim Brotherhood; Ethiopian refugees; student riots in Khartoum; release of US funds for Sudan; military coup; famine; upsurge in civil war; Manute Bol, Dinka basketball player
SAD.950/4/1-63
1986 - 1987
Continuation of press cuttings collected by R.O.C.:
SAD.950/4/1-38
1986
Elections in the Sudan; drought in Egypt; Sudan Airways plane shot down by SPLA; renewed airlift of food to Southern Sudan; riots in Khartoum; reports on progress of civil war; Sadiq al-Mahdi's plans for negotiations over the civil war; reintroduction of steam trains in the Sudan; obituary for Christopher Sykes
SAD.950/4/39-63
1987
Continuation of civil war; call for resumption of work on Jonglei canal; massacre of Dinkas at al-Diein; honeymoon over for Sadiq al-Mahdi's government; announcement of state of emergency; 8 years of drought
SAD.950/5/1-55
1988
Continuation of press cuttings collected by R.O.C.: The Nile perch; march of Sudanese boys to Ethiopia; catastrophic floods in Khartoum and the resulting need for aid; famine in Southern Sudan; cease-fire in civil war; meeting between Sadiq al-Mahdi and John Garang; Red Cross airlift of food to Sudan
SAD.950/6/1-61
1989 - 1990
Continuation of press cuttings collected by R.O.C.:
SAD.950/6/1-33
1989
Security situation in Darfur; famine; continuation of civil war
SAD.950/6/34-61
1990
Sudan and Libya “Declaration of Integration”; repression of human rights; Sudan since the military coup; US curbs on food aid to Sudan; attack on refugee camp by Sudanese military; Red Cross II food barge stuck at Bor; famine in the Sudan
SAD.950/7/1-66
1991 - 1992
Continuation of press cuttings collected by R.O.C.:
SAD.950/7/1-24
1991
Deadline set for operation of Red Cross food barge; continued delays to food aid; project to plant trees 300 miles N.W. of Khartoum; famine
SAD.950/7/25-66
1992
Iranian influence in the Sudan; bids invited for Sennar dam scheme; trek by 10,000 Sudanese boys; Islamic militants build power base in Sudan; oil and arms; famine in the Sudan
SAD.950/8/1-73
1993
Continuation of press cuttings collected by R.O.C.: Papal visit to the Sudan; famine in the south; potential conflict over Nile waters; Egyptian Islamic radicals; New York bomb plot suspects; Sudan added to US list of countries sponsoring terrorism; American peace-keeping operations in Somalia; slavery in the Sudan; U.S role in Sudanese peace negotiations; arrest of “Carlos the Jackal”
SAD.950/9/1-15
1994 - 1995
Continuation of press cuttings collected by R.O.C.:
SAD.950/9/1-14
1994
Continued civil war in Southern Sudan; withdrawal of US peace-keeping force from Somalia
SAD.950/9/15
1995
Hi-jacking of Ethiopian plane to the Sudan
SAD.951/1/1-94
1953
Photocopies of press cuttings from a variety of British newspapers on the Sudan elections for self-government
SAD.951/2/1-33
1956 - 1990
Press cuttings of articles by or about R.O.C.:
SAD.951/2/1
1956
Report from R.O.C. in Cairo in the Waukegan News-Sun
SAD.951/2/3-4
1967 Dec
“African history in the 1960s: enthusiasm, vitality, and revelations”, from Choice
SAD.951/2/5
1982 Feb 17
“Historian Collins writes about Sudan project”, from the Daily Nexus
SAD.951/2/10
1984 Nov 28
Award of the John Ben Snow Foundation prize for Shadows in the grass, from The News-Sun
SAD.951/2/11
1984
Publication of The British in the Sudan
SAD.951/2/12
1986 Dec 2
“University's vital role in fight to beat starvation”, from the Northern Echo
SAD.951/2/13
1987 Apr 21
Letter to the Guardian on the state of higher education in the UK
SAD.951/2/16
1989 Mar 21
“Experts call for resumption of work on the Jonglei Canal”, from the Middle East Times
SAD.951/2/19-28
1990 Sep 13-22
Interviews with R.O.C. recorded in Sudan al-Hadith
SAD.951/2/29-33
1990 Sep 22
“The Jonglei Canal politics”, lecture by R.O.C., from New Horizon
SAD.951/3/1-2
1964
Typescript copies of articles from the Uganda Argus on the influx of Sudanese refugees into Uganda
SAD.951/3/3-13
1964 - 1988
Copies of obituaries from the Sudan Diocesan Review, The Times and the Daily Telegraph for Sir Stewart Symes (d. 1962); John McNab Humphrey (d. 1964); Reginald Davies (d. 1971); Denys Kingdon (d. 1971); H.E. Hurst (d. 1979); George Bredin (d. 1983); Dr Ali Bedri (d. 1987); K.D.D. Henderson (d. 1988)
SAD.951/4/1-58
1964 - 1966
Press releases by the Southern Front, nos 1-10, 12-20, 22-37
SAD.951/5/1-2
[ca. 1964]
Press statement concerning the handing back by the Nigerian authorities of six Sudanese Christian refugees, with copy letter from members of SANU to the Prime Minister of Nigeria protesting against the secret extradition
SAD.951/5/3-5
1968 Jan 6 - Feb 13
Press statements by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Southern Sudan Provisional Government, on attempts by some church leaders to urge refugees to return and concerning the Khartoum government's claim of an arms deal between white mercenaries held at Rwanda and the SPLM
SAD.951/5/6
1971
Copy extracts from various newspapers on an outbreak of cholera in Southern Sudan and a speech by President Idi Amin on Sudanese refugees in Uganda
SAD.951/5/7-9
[ca. 1970s]
Appendix B to unknown typescript article, comprising translated extracts from 9 articles written by a Northern Sudanese journalist on the Round Table Conference. The articles originally appeared in El Ayam newspaper in Apr 1965.
SAD.951/5/10-11
1982 Mar 6-7
Press releases issued in Juba on Clement Mboro and David Bassouini
SAD.951/5/12-13
1984 Aug 12
Part copy of SUNA Daily Bulletin, issue no. 4952 on a press conference with the Secretary of the SSU Organisations Committee Mohamed Osman abu Sag
SAD.951/5/14-25
1985 - 1989
Press releases by the SPLA/SPLM on the steps which should be taken by the government before the SPLA/M will come to a round table conference, the Koka Dam declaration, reasons for the continuation of the war and report on national dialogue talks in Khartoum (1989)
SAD.951/5/26-27
1986 Jul
Wire service reports on recent developments in the civil war, forwarded by the University of Wisconsin
SAD.951/6/1-35
1988 Dec 28 - 1989 Dec 31
Mead Data Central press articles, chiefly on race clashes in China involving African students and re the withdrawal of the Democratic Unionist Party from the Sudanese coalition government
SAD.951/7/1-4
1989 Jan 9
News Release from the Office of Press Relations, containing news of Southern Sudan
SAD.951/7/5-60
1989 Feb - Apr
Collection of photocopied articles from American newspapers and journals on foreign aid
SAD.951/8/1-18
1989 Jan 22 - Aug 6
Photocopies of articles on the Sudan from the Santa Barbara News-Press and The Dallas Morning News
SAD.951/8/19-22
1990 Jan
FBIS telex containing translated excerpts from interview with Lam Akol, as reported in al-Sharq al-Awsat of 23 Jan
SAD.951/8/23-24
1990 Mar 2
Joint press statement by the Government of Sudan and the United Nations on relief operations
SAD.951/8/25
1990 Apr 17
Press release from the US Committee for Refugees on Roger P. Winter's testimony before the Senate Committee on Foreign Relations on his visit to the Sudan, printed in The Washington Post
SAD.951/8/26-27
1990 Oct 26
Press statement by Richard Boucher, Deputy Spokesman, U.S. Department of State, Office of the Assistant Secretary on the level of relief required by the Sudan in the coming year
SAD.951/8/28-29
1990 Nov 8
AF Press Guidance statement on the potential for famine in the Sudan in the coming season
SAD.951/9/1-9
1991 Aug 28 - Sep 14
SPLM/SPLA press releases on the removal of John Garang from the leadership of the SPLM/A, the kidnap of the SRRA medical coordinator by John Garang's men, the merger of forces of Anya Nya-2 with the SPLA under Riek Machar, support from the towns of Akobo and Waat for the new leadership and Garang's call for self-determination for the south
SAD.951/9/10
1991 Jun 27
Press release from the United Nations on the World Food Programme airdrop of food to Sudanese fleeing to Ethiopia
SAD.951/9/11-15
1991 Nov 20
Press statement by the SPLM/A on an attempted coup in Nasir town aimed at removing John Garang from the leadership of the SPLM/A
SAD.951/9/16-18
1991 Nov 26
Press release by the SPLM/A on the cessation of hostilities between the Torit and Nasir factions
SAD.951/9/19
1991 Dec 2
Press release by the SPLM on violation of the cease fire by forces of John Garang
SAD.951/9/20-25
1992 Feb 20
Translation of an article in Keyhan, a London-based Iranian expatriate newspaper on a visit by Mohsen Reza'I [Iranian Revolutionary Guard Corps Commander] to Sudan to supervise Algerian terrorist training
SAD.951/9/26
1992 Oct 22
Press release No 3 of the SPLM/SPLA, London Secretariat: update on the military situation in Malakal
SAD.951/9/27-28
1993 Feb 23
Press statement by Catholic Relief Service: “CRS Africa region head addresses hunger committee on Sudan”
SAD.951/9/29
1993 Mar 29
Press release by Moses M. Akol, special representative of the SPLM Nasir faction, concerning an attack by troops loyal to the Torit faction of the SPLM/A on the village of Panykor
SAD.951/9/30-32
1993 Mar 23
SPLM/SPLA press release denying the attack on Kongor area: “We are fighting in self defence in Kongor County”
SAD.951/9/33-37
1993 Mar 31
Press releases sent by fax from David Chand to R.O.C.:
SAD.951/9/34-35
1993 Mar 29
Report by the New Sudan Council of Churches on an aerial attack on Mundri
951/9/36-37
1993 Mar 23
“SPLM/A unification conference condemns Garang's unpatriotic internal war”
SAD.951/10/1-17
1993 Apr 2
Human Rights Newsline, a collection of recent articles on human rights issues, issued by the Congressional Human Rights Caucus
SAD.951/10/18-19
1993 Apr
Press release on fighting between the Garang and Riak factions in Kongor-Panyagor, Upper Nile
SAD.951/10/20-29
1993 Aug 10 - 11
Press releases by SPLM/SPLA United: “Thousands flee fighting by government troops and Torit faction” and “Garang's pack of lies and disinformation”
SAD.951/10/30
1993 Oct 22
Press release by the Committee on Foreign Affairs Subcommittee on Africa regarding the signing of an agreement between Dr Riak Machar and Dr John Garang
SAD.951/10/31-38
1993 Dec 20 - 1994 Jan 20
Press releases on the situation in Southern Sudan
SAD.951/11/1-17
1994 Jan
Press releases, chiefly on the situation in the Sudan but including also some on Kenya, Tanzania and Ethiopia
SAD.951/11/18
[ca. 1994]
Press release by the House of Representatives, Washington on the situation in Sudan
SAD.951/11/19-24
1995
Copy extracts from SPLM/SPLA Update, including the final communiqué of the Conference of the National Democratic Alliance on Fundamental Issues
17. Miscellanea
SAD.953/1/1-11
[n.d.]
11 potsherds, picked up at Meroë, probably in the 1950s or 1960s
SAD.951/12/1-6
[ca. 1950s]
Humorous verses, probably intended for Sudan Verse
SAD.951/12/7[MP]
[ca. 1970]
Union of Southern Sudanese Students poster: “Stop Arab-Soviet genocide of black Southern Sudanese”
SAD.951/12/8[MP]
[ca. 1970]
Union of Southern Sudanese Students poster: “Southern Sudan lives! Arab-Soviet genocide must fail!”
Size: 58 x 39 cm
SAD.951/12/9[MP]
[ca. 1970s]
Southern Sudan Resistance Front poster: “Nuer… Dinka… Moro… Acholi… Latuku… Didinga… One People One Struggle. Anya Nya”
Size: 98 x 68 cm
SAD.951/12/10[MP]
[ca. 1970s]
Missioni Africane Verona poster: “Non dimentichiamo i profughi del Sudan meridionale”
SAD.951/12/11-13
[ca. 1970s]
Political cartoons depicting Arab domination of the Southern Sudan
SAD.951/12/14
[ca. 1970s]
Postcard: “Non dimentichiamo I profughi del Sudan meridionale” [Don't let us forget the refugees of the Southern Sudan]
SAD.952/3
[ca. 1990s]
“Source of the Nile”, a game of African exploration in the 19th century by the Avalon Hill Game Company, Baltimore, Maryland
SAD.872/5/28
1994
Laminated dust jacket for Robert O. Collins (ed), Historical problems of Imperial Africa (1994)
18. Printed material
Professor Collins' extensive personal library was donated to Durham University with his papers. It is now integrated into the University Library and catalogued on the Library's online catalogue. Duplicates were passed to Bergen University.