Cox, C.W.M.
Introduction
Christopher William Machell Cox
Arrangement
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Catalogue
1. Official Papers
(i) Education, general
(ii) Southern education
(iii) Makerere - Khartoum Commission on Higher Education in East Africa
(iv) Bakht er Ruda Institute of Education
(v) Gordon Memorial College and Kitchener Memorial School of Medicine
(vi) University College of Khartoum
(vii) Education outside the Sudan
(viii) Sudan Cultural Centre
(ix) Papers not related to education
2. Semi-official Papers
3. Personal Papers
4. Diaries
5. Articles, Lectures, Speeches (Drafts and copies)
(i) Articles by C.W.M.C.
(ii) Articles by others
(iii) Lectures and speeches by C.W.M.C.
(iv) Lectures and speeches by others
6. Photographic Material
(i) Northern Sudan
(ii) Southern Sudan
(iii) Individuals
(iv) Groups
(v) Outside the Sudan
7. Maps
8. Newspaper Cuttings
(i) Education
(ii) Politics
(iii) General
(iii) General
9. Miscellanea
10. Printed Material
1. In Archive
2. In Library
Reference code: GB-0033-SAD
Title: Cox, C.W.M.
Dates of creation: 1929-1982
Extent: 14 boxes
Held by: Durham University Library, Archives and Special Collections: Sudan Archive
Created by: material relating to service in the Sudan
Language: English

Christopher William Machell Cox

(1899-1982)

1937-1939 Director of Education and Principal of Gordon Memorial College
1940-1970 Education Adviser to the Secretary of State for the Colonies
1970 Retired


Arrangement

1. Official Papers
(i) Education, general
(ii) Southern education
(iii) Makerere-Khartoum Commission
(iv) Bakht er Ruda
(v) Gordon Memorial College and Kitchener Memorial School of Medicine
(vi) University College of Khartoum
(vii) Education outside the Sudan
(viii) Sudan Cultural Centre
(ix) Papers not related to education
2. Semi-official Papers
3. Personal Papers
4. Diaries
5. Articles, Lectures, Speeches
6. Photographic Material
7. Maps
8. Newspaper Cuttings
9. Miscellanea
10. Printed Material

Related Material

Public Record Office, London:Sir Christopher Cox: papers [handlist] (London, 1993)
(Copy in library at PG Ref 016.37942 GRE)

New College, OxfordCox archive ... [handlist] [Oxford: New College, 1985] Compiled by C.M. Dalton (copy in library).


Catalogue
1. Official Papers
(i) Education, general
SAD.662/1/1-74
1915-1928
Notes on education in the Sudan by N.R. Udal (Education Department 1906-1930):
SAD.662/1/1
List of contents
SAD.662/1/2-6
1915 Sep 5
Note by N.R. Udal for the Director of Education on the number of boys in primary schools
SAD.662/1/7-9
1915
Note by N.R. Udal on education of boys in big towns
SAD.662/1/10-11
1925 Oct 12
Note by N.R. Udal, Assistant Director of Education, on the Governor of Berber's scheme for a school for waifs and strays
SAD.662/1/12-15
1916 Mar 19
Note by N.R. Udal for the Director of Education on the education of boys in khalwas and kuttabs
SAD.662/1/16-18
1917 Jan 11
Report by N.R. Udal for the Director of Education on the Faqi's class at Rufa`a school
SAD.662/1/19-24
1927 Dec 18 - 1928 Feb 6
Memoranda by A.B.B. Howell, Governor Dongola Province and N.R. Udal on proposed khalwas for Dongola Province
SAD.662/1/25-30
1926 May 13 - Oct 1
Copy correspondence between G.N.I. Morrison, D.C. Eastern District, J.A. Gillan, A/Governor Nuba Mountains and N.R. Udal concerning the provision of facilities for technical education, with covering letter from N.R. Udal to province governors
SAD.662/1/31-36
1926 Sep
Resumé of lecture by N.R. Udal to the Khartoum Supper Club on education in the Sudan
SAD.662/1/37
1926 Aug 17
Note by N.R. Udal on suggested type of industrial school in Africa for poor children and emancipated slaves of both sexes
SAD.662/1/38-41
1927 Feb 28
Note by N.R. Udal on school fees for Gordon College Higher School
SAD.662/1/42-65
1927-1928
Notes by N.R. Udal on general educational policy including elementary vernacular education in towns, technical education, extension of kuttabs and khalwas in towns and native handicrafts in kuttabs
SAD.662/1/66-68
1928 Jan 26
Note by N.R. Udal for the Secretary, Education and Health, on agricultural education
SAD.662/1/69-74
1927 May
Note by N.R. Udal on the government educational system in Palestine
SAD.662/2/1[MP]
1927 Feb
'Sudan educational ladder', illustrating in chart form areas served, numbers of schools and pupils, fees payable, grades of schools and courses
Education Department
Size: (29 x 22 ins)
SAD.662/3/1-12
1932 Jul 2
Note by R.K. Winter, Secretary for Education and Health, on 'Education progress and policy - southern provinces', with covering letter to the Civil Secretary
SAD.668/6/1-37
1936 - 1939, 1944, 1947
Telegrams received by C.W.M.C. either in the Sudan or on leave in England, chiefly concerning appointments and arrangements for travel
SAD.664/5/1-15
1937 Jan
Notebook containing comments on official education files sent to C.W.M.C. to read during the journey to the Sudan
SAD.668/8/1-60
1937 Mar 1 - 1950 Sep 9
Miscellaneous official correspondence, including C.W.M.C. re the views of educated Sudanese on Native Administration policy (668/8/1); C.W.M.C., urging the appointment of Gillan as successor to Symes (668/8/6); W.B. Mumford, C.W.M.C. and A.B.B. Howell re the release of confidential press summaries to London University's Colonial Research Section (668/8/9-13); Gordon Ayom to the Sudan Agent, pleading for a return to the Sudan (668/8/14-15); D. Newbold re the Khartoum Cultural Centre as a model for similar centres in Africa (668/8/20); Newbold to G.C. Turner re the need for research into possible systems of colonial self-government, with comments by A.I. Richards and R. Frith (668/8/26-31); H.J. Huddleston to Lord Killearn re the use of English as the administrative language in the Sudan (668/8/34); J.W. Robertson to province governors re pledges by the Labour Party to uphold the status quo in the Sudan (668/8/36); J.D. Tothill, enclosing a note on a press conference held by the Civil Secretary to answer questions on the future of the Sudan (668/8/38-41); C.W. Williams to Mrs. Hopkin-Morris re the appointment of P.L. Shinnie as field director of the excavations at Amarah West (668/8/55)
SAD.668/12/1-9
1937 Oct 21 - 1943 Oct 25
Correspondence between W.H. McLean, B. Mouat Jones and C.W.M.C. concerning the future training of engineers at the School of Engineering and of foremen at the technical schools at Omdurman and Atbara
SAD.662/4/3-4
1937
Comparative analysis of 1936 and 1937 estimates of expenditure on education, with covering letter from F. Pedler to C.W.M.C.
No reference number
1937
Confidential reports on Education Department personnel Access restricted until 2037
SAD.668/7/1-20
1937-1939
Draft telegrams sent by C.W.M.C. to various officials in the Sudan, chiefly concerning arrangements for travel in the south
SAD.662/7/35-36
[c.1937]
Notes on the supervision of elementary vernacular schools and the elementary vernacular schools' syllabus
SAD.662/5/1-76; 662/6/1-61
[c.1937 - 1939]
Rough notes by C.W.M.C. compiled during his term as Director of Education, covering all aspects of education and in particular southern policy
SAD.662/8/1-9
[c.1937 - 1939]
Personal notebook of C.W.M.C. containing rough notes on letters, reports and memoranda from official files on the development of mission education, 1905-1936
SAD.662/9/1-4
1938 May 27 - 1939 Jul 24
Extracts from official files concerning the effect of the Anglo- Egyptian Treaty on relations with Egypt:
SAD.662/9/1
Extract from a note by J.A. Gillan on post-treaty relations
SAD.662/9/2
Extract from a letter from Dr. Pridie to the Civil Secretary on proposals for an Egyptian controlled and staffed hospital in Omdurman
SAD.662/9/3
Extract from an Intelligence Department minute on the short-term advantages of the treaty to the British Government
SAD.662/9/4
Extract from a letter from C.W.M.C. on the establishment of an Egyptian Government secondary school in Khartoum
SAD.811/2/1-57; 811/3/1-39
1938 Jun 10 - 1939 Dec 28
Official correspondence relating to education including telegrams between the CMS and C.W.M.C. concerning approval for the construction of a new Bari Centre and Institution at Yei (811/2/7,12); C.W.M.C. to J.A. Roach re the choice of examiner for the Khartoum Arabic paper (811/2/15-17) and re correspondence college activities in the Sudan, with replies (811/2/18-28, 811/3/15,27-29); A.B.B. Howell, C.W.M.C. and R.V.H. Roseveare re the selection of staff for the Education Department (811/2/30-52,55-56, 811/3/2-3,5-9,16-18); H.D. Hooper re the future of CMS education in view of the outbreak of war (811/2/53-54); A. Tucker, Howell and Roseveare re Archdeacon Shaw's transcription of the Dinka New Testament into the new spelling (811/3/30-39)
SAD.668/13/1-63
1938 Nov 2 - 1950 Mar 8
Official correspondence relating to education including A.G. Hickson re southern policy (668/13/10); F.D. Rugman re financial savings in the Education Department, with related note by C.W.M.C. (668/13/13-14); C.W.M.C. to Governor Northern Province re the delay to the school building programme in the province (668/13/17); C.W.M.C. to Roseveare re the contribution of Bakht er Ruda to education in southern Arabia (668/13/22); R.C. Mayall, D. Newbold and C.W.M.C. re Roseveare's report on the higher schools, with extract from the report (668/13/24-25,31-34); C.W. Williams re the 'Brown' plan for the reorganisation of intermediate and secondary schools (668/13/39-41). Also includes:
SAD.668/13/42-43
1945 Nov 28
Note by C.W. Williams on secondary school policy as affecting entrance to the Gordon Memorial College
SAD.662/7/1-34
1938 Nov 21 - 1939 Mar 16
Memorandum on the Director of Education's monthly letter to the province education officers with copies of the first three letters
SAD.662/14/1-4
[c.1938]
Notes made by C.W.M.C. during a visit to Port Sudan to report on education, 31 Jan - 2 Feb
SAD.662/10/1-32
1939 Mar 21 - 30
Minutes of the province education officers' meeting held at Khartoum 21 - 24 Mar, with covering letter from C.W.M.C. to the governors of northern provinces
SAD.668/9/18-23
1939 Apr 26
Letters from J.L. Souper, Principal of the School of Engineering, to C.W.M.C., reporting on the failings of the Public Works Department
SAD.664/14/22-32
1939 Jun 1 - Jul 2
Draft reports by W. Jamieson, Senior Inspector, on Atbara junior secondary school and Atbara technical school, Northern Province
SAD.662/15/1-13
1939 Jun 13
Interim report to the Director of Education by M.F.A. Keen, Adult Education Officer, on the future of adult education
SAD.662/15/14-46
1939 Jul 5
Note by the Graduates' General Congress on education in the Sudan, with covering letter from the Civil Secretary to C.W.M.C. and copy reply
SAD.668/9/24-55
1940 Feb 27 - 1945 Feb 8
Correspondence relating to the circulation of Sir Douglas Newbold's monthly letters, mainly between C.W.M.C. and the Sudan Government London Office, with extracts from Newbold's letters, including in praise of M. Eboué, Governor-General of French Equatorial Africa (668/9/33); re efforts to expand southern education (668/9/34); criticism of R.H. Roseveare (668/9/39-40); re his interview with the President and two senior members of Congress concerning continued commitment to a greater share for Sudanese in government and disquiet over falling standards of staff of the Higher Schools (668/9/44); steps towards Sudanisation at local and central government level (668/9/45-46); C.W.M.C. to Newbold re the first meeting of Gordon College Council (668/9/53-55)
SAD.669/7/1-4
1942 Mar 16 - 26
Letters from J.S Trimingham and Rev. A.H.M. Martin to H.D. Hooper concerning educational policy in the Nuba Mountains
SAD.662/15/47-60
1942 Aug 28
Progress report on the higher schools
SAD.668/12/10-25
1942 Aug 28 - 1943 Feb 13
Correspondence between C.W.M.C., Sir Douglas Newbold (Civil Secretary) and R.V.H. Roseveare (Director of Education) on the progress of higher schools in the Sudan
SAD.668/1/1-12
1942 Aug
Guidelines for the drawing up of an annual budget and keeping of accounts, issued by the Education Department
SAD.668/12/26-36
1944 Feb 11
Letter from C.W.M.C. to Sir Douglas Newbold, giving an informal summary of impressions of Sudan education, formed during a recent visit
SAD.662/16/23-26
1944 Feb 24
Report of R.V.H. Roseveare, Director of Education on “Proposals for the expansion of educational facilities for girls”
SAD.662/16/27-30
1944 Apr 17
Report by B. Mouat Jones, Vice-Chancellor of Leeds University on technical education in the Sudan, with covering letter from R.V.H. Roseveare to C.W.M.C., 30 Apr 1944
SAD.668/12/37-49
1944 Jul 1 - 1945 May 2
Correspondence between J.W. Robertson, R.C. Mayall, R.V.H. Roseveare, C.W.M.C. and B.A. Lewis concerning the training of Sudanese students at British universities
SAD.668/14/1-14
1945 Jun 27 - 1949 Jan 8
Correspondence between C.W.M.C., L. Smith, E.R.J. Hussey, J.W. Parker and `Abd al-Rahman `Ali Taha concerning plans for a visit to Britain by `Abd al-Rahman `Ali Taha, Vice Principal of Bakht er Ruda, 1945, with a letter from Taha to C.W.M.C. on his appointment as Minister of Education in 1949
SAD.662/16/1-22
1945
Note on the proposed 10 year expansion of elementary and subgrade school facilities for boys and girls and the placing of schools, based on submissions by governors of northern provinces
SAD.663/1/1-6
1945
Report by the Director of Education on educational progress in the northern Sudan for the period 1943/44, with copies of covering letters from H.J. Huddleston, Governor-General, to Lord Killearn and the latter to Rt. Hon. Anthony Eden
SAD.663/2/1-86
1946 May 26
“Proposals for the expansion and improvement of the educational system in the Sudan (1947 - 1956)”, part 1, northern Sudan
SAD.663/1/7-54
1946 May 31
“Proposals for the expansion and improvement of the educational system in the Sudan (1947 - 1956)”, part 2, southern Sudan, 1946 - 1950
SAD.662/11/1-2
1946
Educational submissions, listing existing and proposed girls' elementary schools in the northern provinces, 1947 - 1956
SAD.663/3/1-17
[c.1946]
Second report of the sub-committee of the Advisory Council for the northern Sudan, set up to study and report on the 'Ten years programme of education', with covering letter from Mirghani Hamza, chairman of the sub-committee, to the chairman of the Advisory Council
SAD.668/14/15-33
1947 Jan 6 - 1954 Jan 8
Correspondence between C.W. Williams, Director of Education and C.W.M.C. on technical education in the Sudan, the opening of the Legislative Assembly and the appointment of `Abd al-Rahman `Ali Taha as Minister of Education, and enclosing a note by C.W. Williams on technical education in general and Atbara Technical School (668/14/16-18)
SAD.663/3/21-27
1947
Annual report of Ina M. Beasley, Controller of Girls' Education
SAD.663/3/18-20
[c.1947]
Report by C.W. Williams, Director of Education, on secondary education
SAD.662/11/6-9
1948 Jan 5
Note by R.A. Hodgkin, Publications Bureau, Education Department on 'Preliminary work in mass literacy in the Sudan', with covering letter from C.W. Williams, Director of Education
SAD.668/14/44-52
1949 Nov 11 - Dec 24
Correspondence concerning the appointment of G.C. Scott (formerly Warden of Gordon Memorial College) as Director of Education for Tripolitania
SAD.662/11/10-14
1949 Dec 3
Note by G.H. Bacon, Senior Inspector of Agriculture, Blue Nile Province on 'The African for agriculture'
SAD.668/14/53-61
1949 Dec 14 - 1950 Apr 26
Correspondence, mainly between C.W.M.C. and G.H. Bacon, Senior Inspector of Agriculture, Blue Nile Province on agricultural education
SAD.663/4/1-66
1949
“Proposals for the expansion and improvement of the educational system in the northern provinces, 1949 - 1956”
SAD.664/14/58-64
1949
Annual report for the season 1948/49 on the Barakat training farm by A.R. Bayoumi, A/Inspector of Agriculture, Gezira Districts, with covering letter from G.H. Bacon to C.W.M.C., 13 Nov 1949
SAD.662/11/15-49
[c.1952]
Notebook containing personal reflections on Sudan education
SAD.669/1/1-152; 669/2/1-134
1953 May 20 - 1954 Dec 31
Correspondence concerning the appointment of a commission to investigate secondary education in the Sudan, on the instructions of Sayyid Mirghani Hamza, Minister for Education. C.W.M.C. was consulted informally as to the composition of the commission. Includes a letter from G.C. Scott, former Warden of Gordon Memorial College, giving his views on secondary education in the Sudan (669/1/5-10)
SAD.662/11/50-64
1953
“The Sudan development programme, 1951/56”, produced by the Development Branch, Finance Department
SAD.668/11/69-70
1954 Feb 17
Memorandum concerning correspondence with the Sudan Government
SAD.662/12/1-34
1954
Ministry of Education estimates of expenditure on education, 1954/55 - 1959/60:
SAD.662/12/1
Note of revenue
SAD.662/12/2
Note of expenditure on personnel
SAD.662/12/3-5
Note of expenditure on services
SAD.662/12/6-14
1954 Jun 20
Notes on estimates of recurrent expenditure
SAD.662/12/15
Estimates of capital expenditure, 1954 - 1960
SAD.662/12/16-18
Notes on estimates of capital costs
SAD.662/12/19
Estimates of major works, 1954 - 1959
SAD.662/12/20
Note on estimates of major works required 1954 - 1959
SAD.662/12/21-25
Estimate of capital costs for the southern provinces 5 year plan, 1954-1959
SAD.662/12/26
Estimate of cost of furniture and equipment, 1954 - 1959
SAD.662/12/27-31
Notes on estimated costs for the expansion of elementary and intermediate education in the northern provinces
SAD.662/12/32-33
Estimates of expenditure on regional inspectors and council education officers
SAD.662/12/34
Note of expected increase in the number of schools of each category, year by year, 1954 - 1959
SAD.811/10/1-3
[n.d.]
Confidential note by G.H. Bacon on "Duties of British towards Sudanese staff"
(ii) Southern education
SAD.664/13/12
List of mission stations with dates of founding
SAD.663/7/1-24
1931
“A course of arithmetic for the elementary vernacular schools of the southern Sudan”, book 2 by A.G. Hickson, Inspector of Education
SAD.663/8/1-6
1932
“Simple English for the southern Sudan: essential vocabulary”, with covering letter from A.G. Hickson to missionaries-in-charge of elementary vernacular schools, recommending its use, 16 Jan 1932
SAD.663/9/1-7
1932
Syllabus of study for the southern elementary vernacular schools
SAD.662/4/1
1932
Memorandum by R.K. Winter on his note on educational policy in the southern Sudan, with comments by J.L. Maffey, Governor- General
SAD.662/4/2
Notes by C.W.M.C. on R.K. Winter's “Note on educational policy in the southern provinces”, 1932
SAD.664/13/13
1933
Copy of a general test for boys passing out of the Loka and Okaru Intermediate Schools and the 4th and 5th classes of the Bussere Intermediate School
SAD.663/8/7-26
1933-1936
Notes by southern officials on the spread of English as the language of communication in the southern Sudan
SAD.663/9/8-9
1935-1937
List of suggested textbooks for leaders and supervisors, appendix to the elementary vernacular syllabus (see 663/9/1-7 above), with note of the particular aims of each subject by A. G. Hickson
SAD.664/13/15-76
1935-1937
Reports on, and impressions of particular southern schools, including:
SAD.664/13/31
Yubu elementary school
SAD.664/13/32-34
Mupoi normal school, visited May 1937
SAD.664/13/35-36
Mupoi elementary vernacular school, visited by A.G. Hickson 28 Nov 1935
SAD.664/13/38-40
Meridi elementary vernacular school, visited by A.G. Hickson 20 Nov 1935
SAD.664/13/41-42
Schools in Mbili area
SAD.664/13/43-45
Akot elementary vernacular school, visited 21 -22 Apr 1937 by A.G. Hickson
SAD.664/13/46-47
Malek elementary vernacular school, visited by A.G. Hickson 9 Mar 1937
SAD.664/13/48-49
Ler elementary vernacular school, visited by A.G. Hickson 17 Apr 1937
SAD.664/13/50
Record of a talk between A.G. Hickson and Rev. S.L. Ewell, CMS Ler, at Lalyo, 18 Feb 1937
SAD.664/13/55-58
1935
Memorandum on the position of mission stations in Central and Western districts in connection with the language question
SAD.664/13/61-64
Kwajok elementary vernacular school, visited by J. Hartley 15 Dec 1936
SAD.664/13/65-67
Note on educational provisions in the Western district, Equatorial Province
SAD.664/13/68-69
Mupoi mission school, visited May 1937
SAD.664/13/70
Schools in Nyamlell area
SAD.664/13/71-72
Schools in Kwajok area
SAD.664/13/75-76
Schools in Kayango area
SAD.663/10/1-3
1936 Oct 13
Draft report on educational policy in the south
SAD.664/13/14
1936
List of boys in class 6, Okaru Intermediate School
SAD.664/14/1-15
[c.1936 - 1937]
Examples of work from Loka and Bussere schools, Equatoria Province: English, dictation, composition and art
SAD.664/6/1-5
1937 May 3
Correspondence from A.G. Hickson, Resident Inspector of Education, southern provinces, to M.W. Parr, Governor Equatoria concerning bush schools, with note on the future organisation of sub-grade outschools and copies of related correspondence between Hickson and N.F. Nalder, Governor Mongalla, 1935
SAD.669/3/6-18
1937 May 6 - Oct 18
Correspondence concerning the Italian treatment of British missionaries in Ethiopia and possible consequences for Italian missions in southern Sudan
SAD.669/3/1-5
1937 May 18 - Nov 6
Copy letters from C.W.M.C. and M.W. Parr on Italian missionary education in the southern Sudan
SAD.664/1/1-92
1937 May - Jun
Rough diary of C.W.M.C.'s southern tour of inspection
SAD.664/7/2-6
1937 Jun 9
Note by A.G. Hickson on the Roman Catholic missions in the southern Sudan, with comments by C.W.M.C.
SAD.664/7/7-30
1937 Oct 13
Report by C.W.M.C. on Italian missionaries in the southern Sudan with draft notes and letter of comment from E.D. Pridie
SAD.663/13/1-3
1937 Oct 25
Letter from M.G. Richards, late D.C. Tonj, to C.W.M.C. advocating the setting up of a government Dinka school to counteract the effects of mission education
SAD.663/11/1-27
1937
Assorted hand-written notes compiled prior to C.W.M.C.'s tour of the southern provinces, with ts. note on 'The position of non-Christians and catechumens in relation to schools', 24 May 1937
SAD.663/10/4
1937
Itinerary of C.W.M.C.'s southern tour of inspection, May - Jun 1937
SAD.663/12/1-72
1937
Report by C.W.M.C. on his tour of inspection of the southern provinces when he visited 29 mission schools and stations, with a separate extract dealing with the Catholic missions and notes used in preparation
SAD.663/13/12-37
1937
Notes on education made by C.W.M.C. during his southern tour
SAD.663/13/4-11
'Personal and private' note on the failings of Italian Catholic education
SAD.664/2/1-20
1937
Notebook containing comments on official attitudes to southern education, particularly the views of the Governor- General
SAD.664/3/1-32
1937
Notes on southern educational policy with special reference to Italian missions
SAD.664/4/1-6
1937
Report by C.W. Williams, Assistant Director of Education, on 'Post elementary schools in the south' (Draft with ts. copy)
SAD.663/9/10-18
[1937]
Annual report of the Resident Inspector of Education for the southern provinces, A.G. Hickson
SAD.664/7/1
[c.1937]
Biographical notes on fathers at Roman Catholic stations in the south
SAD.664/14/16
[c.1937]
List of names of boys in Italian mission school class (school unknown)
SAD.664/14/17-21
1938 - 1939
Report on Okaru Sacred Heart school and normal school, by A.G. Hickson, Inspector of Education Wau, 24 Apr 1939 with report on final examination at Okaru by G. Janson-Smith, 1938
SAD.664/7/31-32
[c.1938]
Education Department memorandum on “Religious teaching in mission schools in the southern Sudan”
SAD.669/4/1-44
1939 Feb 3 - Dec 26
Correspondence, chiefly between C.W.M.C., Rt. Rev. A.M. Gelsthorpe, Bishop of the Sudan and H.D. Hooper, Secretary of the Church Missionary Society [CMS], concerning the role of the church in southern education
SAD.664/10/1-23
1939 Mar
Report of the commission appointed by the Sudan Government and the CMS on 'Education of women and girls in the area occupied by the Church Missionary Society in the southern Sudan', with comments by C.W.M.C.
SAD.664/9/1
1939 Apr 11
Timetable for the Director of Education's tour of inspection of the southern Sudan
SAD.664/6/6-9
1939 Apr 12 - Jun 11
Correspondence from A.G. Hickson to C.W.M.C. and A.R.C. Bolton, D.C. Malakal to Governor Upper Nile Province re the future of education at Malakal
SAD.669/5/7-22
1939 Apr 28 - 1940 Jan 8
Correspondence concerning proposals for the reorganisation of educational work in the southern Sudan including a teacher training scheme in England for men and women of the CMS, Verona Fathers Mission and the Sudan United Mission
SAD.664/9/4-10
1939 May
Note of various discussions between D. Hawkesworth, D.C. Tonj and G. Janson Smith, Inspector of Southern Education, Wau with regard to desiderata for a government Dinka school
SAD.669/5/1-6
1939 Jun 19
Letter from W. Carey, Assistant Secretary, CMS Juba, to C.W.M.C re the Bari Educational Centre and Joint Institution for Teacher and Ordinand Training, with a copy of Mr. Earl's alternative scheme
SAD.664/6/10
1939 Jun 21
Letter from A.G. Hickson to C.W.M.C. re the latter's tour of southern schools
For C.W.M.C.'s diary of this southern tour, see under 4. Diaries below
SAD.664/11/1-35
1939 Jun - Aug
Summary of proposals put forward by the Director of Education for the reorganisation of educational work in the area occupied by the Verona Fathers R.C. Mission in the southern Sudan, with explanatory note by C.W.M.C. and related correspondence between C.W.M.C., Bishop Orler, Monsignor Mlakic, Fr. Santandrea, Fr. E. Mason, Fr. Bano and Bisop F. Bini, 15 Jun - 10 Aug 1939
SAD.664/6/33-34
1939 Jul 2
Letter from M.W. Parr to C.W.M.C. concerning Bishop Gelsthorpe's proposal for a teacher training and ordinands' school and the need to promote Juba as the centre of southern government
SAD.669/6/1-7
1939 Jul
Correspondence between C.W.M.C., H.D. Hooper, Secretary CMS and W.H. Carey, Acting Secretary CMS, southern Sudan concerning the recruitment of CMS teachers to serve in the southern Sudan
SAD.664/6/12-32
1939
Draft notes by C.W.M.C. on various matters relating to southern education such as Malakal school and the teaching of English to Muslim southerners, with a timetable for a bush school
SAD.664/8/1-9
1939
Notes on southern education policy, including a draft statement on policy in the form of question and answer, for insertion in a teachers' handbook, with comments and criticisms by C.W.M.C. and A.J. Gillan
SAD.664/9/2-3
[c.1939]
Note of the duties and authority of the Missionaries Conference and the Southern Sudan Council
SAD.664/14/33-35
[c.1939]
Report on the work of Juaibor mission school, Equatoria Province
SAD.669/7/5-25
1940 Jul 24 - 1945 Mar 27
Correspondence concerning the training of Catholic missionaries on the colonial course run by London University Institute of Education, before sending them to the Sudan as teachers
SAD.669/8/1-86
1940 Sep 17 - 1941 May 8
Correspondence concerning the recruitment of K.O. Williams to the Inspectorship of the southern Sudan and his training on the course at the Institute of Education, and concerning recruitment in general
SAD.669/9/1-23
1940 Sep 21 - 1942 Sep 19
Correspondence between C.W.M.C., A.B.B. Howell, Controller Sudan Government, London Office and H.D. Hooper, Secretary of the Church Missionary Society re the recruitment of female education staff for the southern Sudan
SAD.669/9/24-31
1942 Aug 5 - Sep 29
Correspondence re the appointment of a mission educationist to serve with the Sudan Interior Mission
SAD.664/9/11-12
1944 Jul 25
Draft report on 'Proposed developments of CMS work in the Gordon Memorial Mission of the southern Sudan', presented to the Africa Committee
SAD.664/14/36-39
1945 Mar 18
Copies of two press bulletins on “The development of Equatoria” and “The Abwong school”, Upper Nile Province, with covering letter from B.A. Lewis of the Sudan Government London Office to C.W.M.C
SAD.664/12/1-106
1945
Appendices to the tenth annual report on the progress of government policy in the southern Sudan, submitted by T.P. Creed, Acting Governor-General, to Lord Killearn, with covering letter from J.W. Robertson to C.W.M.C.:
SAD.664/12/5-8
1945 Aug 4
Appendix A. Tenth statistical report on progress of educational and administrative policy in the southern Sudan in 1942, 1943 and 1944
SAD.664/12/9-10
1945 Aug 4
Appendix B. Council approval of accelerated progress
SAD.664/12/11-35
1945 Apr - Aug
Appendix C. Zande development scheme
SAD.664/12/36-82
1944 - 1945
Appendix D. Educational programme
SAD.664/12/83-92
1944 - 1945
Appendix E. Terms of service for southern staff
SAD.664/12/93-106
1945 Jan - Aug
Appendix F. Administrative organisation of the southern provinces
SAD.670/4/1-9
1946 Jan 8 - 16
Correspondence concerning the appointment of staff to Gordon Memorial College and the Intermediate School, Atar, Upper Nile Province with details of applicants for the latter
SAD.664/13/1-11
1947 Mar 23
Annual report by D.H. Hibbert, Asst. Director of Education (south) on 'Southern education for the year 1946', with letter of appreciation from C.W. Williams, Director of Education
SAD.664/14/40-48
1947 Jun 18
Annual report for 1946 on Atar school, Upper Nile Province by K.O. Williams, Headmaster
SAD.664/14/54-57
1947 Sep
Report on Tonj school, Equatoria Province by H.G. Ramshaw, Inspector of Education, Wau
SAD.664/14/49-53
1948
Annual report for 1947 on Atar school, Upper Nile Province by K.O. Williams, Headmaster, with report on teacher training by E.A. Webb
(iii) Makerere - Khartoum Commission on Higher Education in East Africa
SAD.669/12/1-47
1937 Jan 6 - Sep 30
Letters to C.W.M.C., mainly from F.J. Pedler of the Colonial Office re the Makerere - Khartoum Commission report, with C.W.M.C.'s related notes
SAD.665/1/1-6
1937 Mar 17
Copy of a memorandum addressed to the members of the Makerere - Khartoum Commission by Muhammad Ashri of the Legal Department, Khartoum on his hopes for the future of Sudanese education
SAD.669/13/1-11
1937 May 19
Copy letter from C.W.M.C. to F.J. Pedler giving his 'second impressions' of education in the Sudan, formed after a longer stay in the country and which he was invited to communicate to the Commission
SAD.665/1/7-112; 665/2/1-27
1937
Draft report of the Makerere - Khartoum Commission on education in the Sudan:
SAD.665/1/7-50
First draft, with annotations by C.W.M.C.
SAD.665/1/51-112
1937 Aug
Second draft incorporating comments received
SAD.665/2/1-27
1937 Sep 20
Amendments to second draft, circulated for comments, with annotations by C.W.M.C.
SAD.665/3/1-3
1937 Aug
Memorandum by C.W.M.C. on certain points in the draft report above, particularly regarding examinations
SAD.665/2/28-86
1937 Oct
Final report of the Makerere - Khartoum Commission on education in the Sudan, with Lord de la Warr's covering letter:
SAD.665/2/31
Table of contents
SAD.665/2/32-33
Terms of reference, itinerary and introduction
SAD.665/2/34-43
Chapter 1: Primary stage
SAD.665/2/44-45
Chapter 2: Girls' education
SAD.665/2/46-53
Chapter 3: Gordon Memorial College
SAD.665/2/54-63
Chapter 4: Proposals for the development of the Gordon Memorial College to be an institution of university status
SAD.665/2/64-69
Chapter 5: The school leaving examination
SAD.665/2/70-79
Chapter 6: Advanced courses
SAD.665/2/80-81
Chapter 7: Trade and technical schools
SAD.665/2/82-86
Conclusion and summary of principal recommendations
SAD.665/3/4-12
1937
Copy letter from C.W.M.C. to F.J. Pedler concerning the proposal of the Makerere - Khartoum Commission to establish a school of science at Khartoum
SAD.665/3/13-19
[c.1937]
Note of possible modifications and additions to C.W.M.C.'s draft report on secondary education in the Sudan and the proposals for the establishment of a university college, probably submitted to the commission
SAD.665/3/20-28
1937
Copy of C.W.M.C.'s comments on the second draft of the commission report, with covering letter from F.J. Pedler of the Colonial Office, 16 Sep 1937
SAD.665/3/29-33
1937
Copy of part of the draft report of the commission dealing with the reorganisation of secondary education and the removal of secondary work from Gordon College to another site, with covering letters from F.J. Pedler, 17-18 Aug 1937
SAD.665/3/34-41
1937 - 1938
Papers concerning the training of civil engineers as proposed by the commission, including minutes of the Director of Public Works' Conference at Nairobi, 10-11 Jan 1938, with memoranda and copy correspondence
SAD.665/3/54-60
1938 Jul 8
Note by C.W.M.C. on approved educational submissions, made as a result of the report of the De la Warr Commission
SAD.665/3/42-47
1938
Suggestions for the administration of the School of Agriculture, in the light of the De la Warr proposals, with covering letter from G.H. Bacon, Inspector of Agriculture, to C.W.M.C.
SAD.665/3/48-53
[1938]
Press statement on 'Educational expansion in the Sudan', released after acceptance of recommendations contained in the reports of the De la Warr Commission and of `Ali Bey al-Garem
(iv) Bakht er Ruda Institute of Education
SAD.665/4/1-18
[1936]
Note on Bakht er Ruda, its syllabus and its aims for the future
SAD.665/7-666/10
1938-1944
Teachers' handbooks used at Bakht er Ruda:
SAD.665/7/1-118
1944
“Education through gardening”, a handbook for elementary schools by Michael M. Legge, master of rural studies and Osman Mahgoub, master
SAD.665/8/1-53
1941
“Beginning arithmetic”, by W.B. Jamieson, Chief Inspector, Sudan Education Department
SAD.665/9/1-34
1942
“Art, design and handicraft in daily life”, a course for the first years of intermediate schools, by J.P. Greenlaw, Sudan Education Department
SAD.665/10/1-72
1941
“Ourselves and natural laws”, a science textbook for the third year in elementary schools
SAD.665/11/1-58
1938
Natural history course translated from Mabadi el Tarikh el Tabi`i for second year elementary schools
SAD.666/1/1-32
1941
Teachers' handbook to “Ways of living in the Sudan”
SAD.666/2/1-14
1941
Teachers' handbook to physical exercises, compiled by L.W. Brown, Assistant Warden, Gordon Memorial College
SAD.666/3/1-20
Intermediate school science syllabus
SAD.666/4/1-28
1944
Interim course in world geography for intermediate schools, file no.3: Europe, including Great Britain
SAD.666/5/1-114
1940
“Ways of living in the Sudan”, an introduction to the geography of the Sudan for elementary schools
SAD.666/6/1-22
1943
Notes on the teaching of English in intermediate schools
SAD.666/7/1-10
1938
Lecturers' notes on class management for use on training courses at Bakht er Ruda
SAD.666/8/1-114
1942
“Handwork for elementary schools in Africa” by J.P. Greenlaw, Sudan Education Department
SAD.666/9/1-52
1942
“Second book of arithmetic” by W.B. Jamieson
SAD.666/10/1-40
“Elementary hygiene” book one by C.B. Soule R.N., of the American Mission, Nasser
SAD.665/5/1-87
1939-1959
Bakht er Ruda newsletters:
SAD.665/5/1-11
No.8, 1939
SAD.665/5/12-18
No.14, 1942
SAD.665/5/19-29
No.19, 1945
SAD.665/5/30-35
No.23, Apr 1947
SAD.665/5/36-47
No.24, Nov 1947
SAD.665/5/48-56
No.25, 1948
SAD.665/5/57-58
New Series No.1, 1949
SAD.665/5/59-63
No.2, Oct - Nov 1950
SAD.665/5/64-75
General note on adult education in the Sudan, Nov 1950
SAD.665/5/76-81
No.7, 1956 including a copy of the inaugural address to the staff by Osman Mahgoub, Principal
SAD.665/5/82-87
No.10, 1959
SAD.665/4/19-23
1944
Draft guide to Bakht er Ruda
SAD.665/4/24-34
1949
Guide to Bakht er Ruda
SAD.665/6/1-13
[c.1951-1956]
Report on Bakht er Ruda by N.B. Larby, Assistant Director of Education and C.W. Jackson, Principal of Siriba Training Centre (incomplete)
(v) Gordon Memorial College and Kitchener Memorial School of Medicine
SAD.666/11/1-47
1929
Syllabus of studies
SAD.670/1/1-177
1937 Mar 19-1955 Dec 29
Official papers relating to the Gordon Memorial College [GMC] and to a lesser extent the Kitchener Memorial School of Medicine [KMSM] and consisting chiefly of correspondence, including C.W.M.C. re the report of the De La Warr Commission (670/1/8-9); R.V.H. Roseveare to H.A. van de Linde re progress at GMC during 1939-40 when many of the buildings were taken over for military purposes (670/1/13-14); H.J. Huddleston, Governor-General to Chairman of the Executive Committee re plans for the development of post-secondary education at GMC and the future management of the college, with related letter from Roseveare to R.C. Mayall and reply (670/1/23-31); Mayall to C.W.M.C. re complaints concerning the accommodation in the students' hostel (670/1/32); ? to G.C. Scott re plans for development of the GMC site (670/1/38); F.E. Charlton re the first female students to attend the School of Arts and the School of Science (670/1/48); telegrams of congratulations on the inauguration of the new Gordon College in 1945 (670/1/50-53); J.D. Tothill and C.W.M.C. to Sir Frank Engledow re plans for research in each of the college faculties (670/1/56,64,67); C.W.M.C. to A. Creech-Jones re Newbold's contribution to Sudan education (670/1/69); Tothill, Mayall and C.W.M.C. re the college library appeal (670/1/70,72-78); Education Department circular letter re the reorganisation of intermediate and secondary education, with attached note on educational planning (670/1/84-89); C.W.M.C. to Mayall re Scott's decision to resign (670/1/91); Charlton and C.W.M.C. re the proposed new layout of the college (670/1/92-95); Tothill to C.W.M.C. and to W. Adams re the decision to link Gordon College with London University for the granting of degrees and plans for a substantial increase in staff (670/1/101-103,105-107); C.W.M.C. to Tothill and Bredin re the search for a new college principal (670/1/113-116); C.W.M.C. to Lord Hailey and Lord Elton re student unrest at the college (670/1/120-122); various correspondents re the appointment of Wilcher as the new principal (670/1/126-127,129,130) and re the retirement of Mayall as Honorary Secretary of the Executive Committee (670/1/152-156); A.B. Theobald re the Hamill Stewart scholarships (670/1/143-144). Also includes:
SAD.670/1/11
List of members of the De La Warr Commission
SAD.670/1/15
1942 Aug 24
Extract from minutes of the Trustees and Executive Committee of the GMC in London
SAD.670/1/18-20
1940-1941
Extracts from reports of the Warden, GMC for the years 1939 and 1940 concerning athletics
SAD.670/1/40
Supplement to the Sudan Weekly News Letter no. 26 re the members of the Trustees and Executive Committee
SAD.670/1/139
1949 Jun
Report of the GMC for the year 1948 by Lord Cromer
SAD.666/12/1
1938 Oct 10
Note concerning the transfer of secondary schooling from the GMC and the concentration of post-secondary education there, as proposed by the De la Warr Commission
SAD.666/13/1-41
1939 Jul 15
Annual report on the GMC for the year 1938, by C.W.M.C., Principal
SAD.670/2/1-48
1940 May - 1941 Nov 26
Papers relating to the appointment of staff to GMC and the Girls' Intermediate School, Omdurman including information for applicants and correspondence concerning candidates, interviews and testimonials
SAD.670/3/1-53
1940 Aug 1 - 1941 Aug 25
Papers concerning the recruitment of a mathematics tutor for GMC Secondary School including information for applicants and correspondence and notes re candidates
SAD.667/5/1-78
1942-1954
Minutes of meetings of the trustees and executive committee of the GMC in London:
SAD.667/5/1-6
1942 Dec 15
SAD.667/5/7-13
1944 Jan 18
SAD.667/5/14-17
1944 May 16
SAD.667/5/18-21
1945 Feb 6
SAD.667/5/22-31
1946 Feb 1
SAD.667/5/32-37
1947 Apr 23
SAD.667/5/38-42
1947 Jul 16
SAD.667/5/43-48
1948 Jul 1
SAD.667/5/49-52
1949 Jul 25
SAD.667/5/53-58
1950 Jun 20
SAD.667/5/59-64
1951 Jul 24
SAD.667/5/65-72
1952 Jul 16
SAD.667/5/73-78
1954 Jul 29
SAD.667/7/32-52
1942-1954
Minutes of meetings of the trustees and advisory committee of the KMSM in London:
SAD.667/7/32-35
1942 Aug 18
SAD.667/7/36-37
1942 Dec 15
SAD.667/7/38-39
1944 Jan 18
SAD.667/7/40
1945 Feb 6
SAD.667/7/41
1946 Feb 1
SAD.667/7/42-47
1947 Apr 23
SAD.667/7/48-50
1949 Jul 25
SAD.667/7/51-52
1954 Jul 29
SAD.667/7/1-25
1943-1948
Annual reports of the KMSM (For other reports, see under Printed Material):
SAD.667/7/1-4
1943
SAD.667/7/5-10
1944
SAD.667/7/11-15
1945
SAD.667/7/16-18
1946
SAD.667/7/19-22
1947
SAD.667/7/23-25
1948
SAD.666/12/2-5
1944 Feb
Note on GMC: its history, status of the college in 1944 and approved plan for the college, with note of the aims and policy of the GMC as approved by the council at its first meeting on 15 Nov 1944
SAD.666/15/1-9
1944 Apr 25
Agenda for a special meeting of the governing body to discuss the proposals to refound the college as a post-secondary institution aiming at university college status, enclosing a note on GMC compiled for the information of the members of the Asquith Commission, copy of a resolution establishing the council of the GMC and letter from the Governor-General recommending the appointment of Dr. Tothill as first principal
SAD.666/15/10-36
1944 Oct 9, 1947 Mar 11
Agendas for the first and seventh meetings of the council of the GMC, with draft memorandum of the constitution
SAD.666/14/1-36
1944-1951
Minutes of meetings of the GMC council:
SAD.666/14/1-6
1944 Nov 21
First meeting, with note of the aims and policy of the college and list of members of the boards of studies
SAD.666/14/7-10
1945 Dec 13
Third meeting
SAD.666/14/11-28
1946 Dec
Sixth meeting, with memorandum of amendments to the constitution of the college, accounts for the year ended 31 Dec 1946 and note on 1946 accounts
SAD.666/14/29-30
1950 Apr 4
Extract from minutes of the thirteenth meeting
SAD.666/14/31-33
1950 Dec 16
Fourteenth meeting
SAD.666/14/34-36
1951 Apr 5
Fifteenth meeting
SAD.667/3/1-44
1944-1952
Agenda papers for meetings of the trustees and executive committee of the GMC and the KMSM, in London:
SAD.667/3/1-7
1944 Jan 18
With note of Egyptian Government securities held in the Gordon College fund
SAD.667/3/8-13
1945 Feb 6
With note of cash balance available at 31 Dec 1944 and estimated disbursements during 1945
SAD.667/3/14-18
1946 Feb 1
With memorandum constituting the council of the GMC
SAD.667/3/19-24
1947 Apr 23
SAD.667/3/25-26
1947 Jul 16
SAD.667/3/27-31
1948 Jul 1
With note on the Hamill Stewart scholarships fund
SAD.667/3/32-34
1949 Jul 25
SAD.667/3/35-37
1950 Jun 20
SAD.667/3/38-40
1951 Jul 24
SAD.667/3/41-44
1952 Jul 16
SAD.667/1/1-17
1945 Apr
Draft report by J.D. Tothill, Principal GMC on “Research at Gordon College”, with observations by F.L. Engledow
SAD.667/2/10-16
1945 Jul 18 - Oct 29
List of those attending a meeting between Maj. Gen. Sir Hubert Huddleston, Governor-General and the trustees and executive committee of the GMC in London, with texts of speeches by Sir Hubert Huddleston, Dr. J.D. Tothill and Lord Cromer and covering letter from J.D. Tothill to C.W.M.C
SAD.667/1/18-23
1945
Note by J.D. Tothill, Principal, on points for discussion with Professor Penson and the college board with particular reference to the proposals for external degrees, as set out in the Asquith Commission report, with covering letter from Tothill to C.W.M.C.
SAD.667/2/3-5
1945
Note by the principal of GMC, J.D. Tothill on financial policy, written on the occasion of submitting the 1946 budget
SAD.666/12/6-26
1946 Feb 9 - Oct 19
Note prepared by G.C. Scott on GMC, covering its history, constitution, staff, students, courses and standards, buildings and equipment, research, extra-mural work and finance, with list of staff. Two copies, the first an earlier draft, the second with an appendix updating the information in the note and with a list of college staff for Jan 1947
SAD.670/4/10-76; 674/7/1-107; 674/8/1-122
1946 Feb 20 - 1947 Jan 13
Correspondence concerning the appointment of a new principal for GMC to replace Tothill, including copies of the original applications and C.W.M.C.'s notes on the various candidates
SAD.667/2/1-2
1946 Nov
Description of the post of principal of GMC as advertised in London
SAD.667/1/24-39
1946
Report by Professor Lillian Penson on GMC, submitted to the executive council, with covering letter from R.C. Mayall of the Sudan Government Office, London to C.W.M.C., 20 Feb 1946
SAD.667/1/40-46
1946
Memorandum of the constitution of the GMC council, as approved by the council at its 4th meeting, 13 April 1946
SAD.667/2/6-7
[c.1946]
List of newspapers and societies to whom an appeal was made for contributions to the GMC library
SAD.667/2/8
1947 Apr 8
Circular concerning the appointment of Lieutenant Colonel L.C. Wilcher as principal of GMC
SAD.667/2/17
1947 Jul
Note by Lord Cromer, vice-president of the trustees and executive committee of the GMC on Dr. Tothill's final report as principal and L.C. Wilcher's appointment as his successor
SAD.667/2/18-35
1948 Jun 18
Galley proofs of the annual report and London accounts of the GMC with ts. copy of the college accounts, both for 1947
SAD.670/4/77-81
1948 Oct 5 - 1949 Oct 8
Correspondence concerning Dr. H. Knowlson, former biology lecturer at GMC
SAD.667/2/9
1950
A note for prospective applicants for appointment to the staff of Gordon Memorial College outlining its history and current aims
SAD.667/4/1-72
1956-1963
Agenda papers for meetings of the trustees and executive committee of the Gordon Memorial College Trust Fund and the Kitchener School of Medicine, in London, with statements of accounts for each year except 1955
SAD.667/4/1-3
1956 May 9
SAD.667/4/4-14
1957 May 21
With report by Michael Grant, Vice-Chancellor on “The first year of Khartoum University”
SAD.667/4/15-22
1958 May 8
SAD.667/4/23-30
1959 May 29
SAD.667/4/31-38
1960 May 24
SAD.667/4/40-51
1961 May 18
SAD.667/4/52-61
1962 May 23
SAD.667/4/62-72
1963 May 22
SAD.667/6/1-20
1956-1962
Minutes of meetings of the trustees and executive committee of the Gordon Memorial College Trust Fund in London:
SAD.667/6/1-11
1956 May 9
With minutes of a meeting of the trustees and advisory committee of the Kitchener Memorial School of Medicine and summaries of addresses by L.C. Wilcher and Prof. M. Grant
SAD.667/6/12-17
1957 May 21
SAD.667/6/18-20
1962 May 23
SAD.667/6/21-22
[1956]
Circular letter from C.G. Davies, Hon. Secretary of the Gordon Memorial College and Kitchener School of Medicine Trust Funds on the repercussions for the Trust Funds of the declaration of Sudanese independence
SAD.667/7/27-31
1945-1950
Agenda papers for meetings of the trustees and advisory committee of the Kitchener Memorial School of Medicine in London:
SAD.667/7/27
1945 Feb 6
SAD.667/7/28
1946 Apr 23
SAD.667/7/29
1948 Jul 1
SAD.667/7/30
1949 Jul 25
SAD.667/7/31
1950 Jun 20
SAD.667/7/26
1957 Nov 19
Copy certificate of A.M. Atabani, Attorney-General approving the transfer of the functions of the general board and executive committee of the Kitchener Memorial School of Medicine to the University Council
SAD.667/6/23
[post 1958]
Note on the Gordon and Kitchener scholarships provided by the trustees and executive committee of the Gordon Memorial College Trust Fund
(vi) University College of Khartoum
SAD.667/8/1-14
1950
Draft copy of the University College of Khartoum Ordinance 1950, with note by L.C. Wilcher, Principal, on its aims
SAD.667/8/15-19
1951
Extract from the summary of proceedings of the Legislative Assembly, 10 Apr 1951 on the University College of Khartoum Bill
SAD.667/8/20-22
1953 Mar
Note for prospective applicants for appointment to the staff of University College, Khartoum
SAD.670/5/1-26
1955 Oct 21 - 1956 Jan 20
Correspondence concerning the appointment of Professor Michael Grant of Edinburgh University as Principal of University College, Khartoum, an appointment which led to student demonstrations and the temporary closure of the college
SAD.667/8/23-25
1955
Report by L.C. Wilcher, Principal University College of Khartoum, for the period 1 Jan 1954 to 30 Jun 1955
(For other reports, see under Printed Material
SAD.670/5/27-29
1956-1961
Correspondence concerning the upgrading of the University College of Khartoum to a university on 24 Jul 1956 and re the appointment of a Professor of Education
SAD.667/8/26-37
1958 Mar
Report by Professor Michael Grant on his tenure of the principalship of the University College of Khartoum (Mar - Jul 1956) and of the vice-chancellorship of the university (since Jul 1956)
SAD.667/8/38-53
1958
Annual report on the University College of Khartoum by Nasr al- Hag Ali, Vice-Chancellor (successor to Professor Michael Grant)
(vii) Education outside the Sudan
SAD.669/10/1-5
1937 Mar 17 - 22
Copy letters from A.G. Hickson, Inspector of Southern Education to Father Todesco and from A.V.P. Elliott of Bishop Tucker College, CMS, Mukono, Uganda to Hickson on elementary vernacular schools in Uganda and the use of English as the medium of instruction
SAD.663/5/23-44
1943
Report on “Public Works Departmental School for training African engineering assistants” in Uganda, with copies of related correspondence
SAD.662/11/3-5
1946 Feb
Note of the constitution and terms of reference of the Inter- University Council for Higher Education in the Colonies
SAD.669/11/1-32
1946 Sep 15 - 1951 Aug 1
Correspondence re agricultural education in East Africa and in particular the reconstruction of the agricultural course at Makerere College, between C.W.M.C., G.H. Bacon, Inspector of Agriculture, Sudan and Walter Adams, Secretary of the Inter- University Council for Higher Education in the Colonies
SAD.662/13/5-20
1946 Dec
“A review of African secondary education in East Africa” by G.C. Turner (sometime Principal of Makerere College)
SAD.669/11/33-37
1950 Jan 24 - Feb 6
Correspondence between C.W.M.C. and Professor Tibble, Department of Education, Leicester University re the training of teachers from Northern Nigeria on a two year university course
SAD.662/13/1-4
1950 Jul 21 - 23
Report of a conference on the religious life of the new university colleges overseas, sponsored by the 'Institute of Christian education at home and overseas'
SAD.662/13/21-24
1950 Aug 31
Newsletter from Reginald B. Parker of Igbobi College, Yaba, Lagos
SAD.663/6/1-80
1952
Report of the committee appointed by the Governor of the Gold Coast to inspect Achimota School
SAD.663/6/81-89
1957
Report by J. Hartley, Director of Education, Aden, on an inspection of the schools at Gheil Ba Wazir, with covering letter to V.L. Griffiths, 1 Oct 1957
(viii) Sudan Cultural Centre
SAD.667/9/1-12
1940 Jan 6 - Mar 18
Minutes of the 8th and 9th group meetings; minutes of the provisional library committee meeting, 26 Feb 1940 with copy of the library rules; copy of the revised prospectus; list of subscriptions, with covering letter from M.F.A. Keen, Adult Education Officer, to C.W.M.C., 21 Mar 1940
SAD.667/9/13-17
1940
List of councillors and foundation members of the Sudan Cultural Centre with copy of a speech by R.V.H. Roseveare, President of the Council, delivered at its opening meeting, 25 Apr 1940
(ix) Papers not related to education
SAD.667/10/1-5
1933-1937
Tables showing a comparison of the annual expenditure on public services in the Sudan and neighbouring territories
SAD.663/5/1-22
1938
Report of the committee on small holdings and agricultural extension in Uganda, under the chairmanship of E.G. Staples, Senior Agricultural Inspector
SAD.668/9/1-17
1939 Mar 3 - May 12
Correspondence between A.J. Arkell, C.W.M.C., D. Newbold and A.B.B. Howell re the appointment of a government geologist to initiate a geological survey
SAD.667/10/6-10
1942 Sep 10
Note by Douglas Newbold on "Further association of Sudanese with local and central government in the Sudan"
SAD.668/10/1-2
1945 May 1
Circular letter from Ahmad Uthman al-Qadi, announcing the birth of the Umma party, declaring its aims and appealing for support
SAD.668/1/19-43
1945-1947
Annual reports of the Sudan Agency in London by R.C. Mayall, with covering letters to C.W.M.C.
SAD.667/10/11-13
1946 Feb 27
First progress report on 'The Um Gerr experiment' by L.M. Buchanan, chairman White Nile schemes committee
SAD.668/10/3-6
1946 Nov 19 - 20
Correspondence re a visit to London by Abd Allah Bey Khalil and a delegation of the Umma party
SAD.668/1/13-18
1947 Aug 5 - Sep 10
Extracts from the records of the meetings of the Security Council at Lake Success, New York on "the right of self- determination for the Sudan"
SAD.667/11/1-49
1948
Guidelines issued by the Sudan Agent in London on the running of a society
2. Semi-official Papers
SAD.668/4/1-35
[1936] May 31 - 1937 Oct 23
Correspondence concerning C.W.M.C.'s appointment as Director of Education, from R.K. Winter, C.W.M.C.'s predecessor (668/4/1-2); G.E. Sandars, Private Secretary and Comptroller (668/4/3); Sir James Currie (668/4/4-6,17,19-20); H.A.L. Fisher, Warden of New College, Oxford (668/4/7-8,31); Sir Stewart Symes (668/4/12-13); A.B.B. Howell, Controller of the Sudan Government London Office (668/4/21-22,23-25,27,34-35); and E.S. Lynn (668/4/29-30)
SAD.811/5/1-67
1936 Jul 20 - 1939 Aug 27
Letters to C.W.M.C.from friends and colleagues in the Sudan and on leave in England, containing a mixture of personal and official news and including numerous letters of thanks to C.W.M.C. for his great contribution to Sudanese education and best wishes for the future, and Margery Perham re her visit to Darfur and Dar Masalit (811/5/3); J.G.S. Macphail re the need for a clear statement of policy by the government on the purpose of education in the south and re his discussions with the R.C. Archbishop on the failure of mission education (811/5/4-6); M.W. Parr re C.W.M.C.'s critical report on Italian mission education in the south and his own views on Catholic missionaries (811/5/7-12); Parr re competition between R.C. and Protestant missions (811/5/13); G. Janson-Smith re the educational conference at Okaru and his criticisms of E.F. Hart (Education Department) (811/5/16-17); C.R. Williams re the progress of interviews at Oxford for positions in the Education Department, the possibility of appointing an Egyptian physicist and the need to offer training in Arabic to female teachers (811/5/21-35); A.J. Arkell re his efforts to raise funds for a museum (811/5/40); official letter of appreciation from Sir Stewart Symes, Governor-General (811/5/60-61)
SAD.670/6/1-59
1936 Oct 13 - 1937 Dec 25
Letters to C.W.M.C. from friends and colleagues in the Sudan and on leave in England, containing a mixture of personal and official news and including G.E. Sandars, A.B.B. Howell, J.A. Gillan and L.Y. Pode re C.W.M.C.'s appointment (670/6/1-5); R.K. Winter re requirements for life in the Sudan (670/6/6); P.M. Larken, CMS Yambio re the payment of teachers in outschools (670/6/25-26); Bishop H. Bullen re the need for extra CMS teachers for the south (670/6/32-33); G.F. Earl re progress at Loka School, 1937 (670/6/38-39); J. Hartley re discussions with Father Cotta of the Verona Fathers on a planned recruitment drive in Britain and Ireland for missionaries for southern Sudan (670/6/41-48); M.W. Parr, criticising the actions of Italian Fathers in the south and calling for their replacement by English Fathers and re the decision to be taken on a lingua franca for the south (670/6/50-52); C.W.M.C. to the Governor-General re CMS plans for the Sudan after the death of Bishop Bullen (670/6/53-54)
SAD.668/5/1-9
1937
Papers relating to C.W.M.C.'s passage to the Sudan, including plan of passenger accommodation on the SS. Oxfordshire on which C.W.M.C. sailed from Marseilles
SAD.671/1/1-45
1937 Jun 9 - 1945 Jan 20
Letters from Sir Douglas Newbold, chiefly to C.W.M.C. and covering a variety of personal and official topics, including the appointment of an anthropologist for the Nuba area and his views on the contribution of the SUM to Nuba education (671/1/2-3); possible candidates to succeed C.W.M.C. (671/1/6); news of the SUM and CMS in Kordofan (671/1/7-8); Symes' attempts to retain C.W.M.C.'s services and the choices facing C.W.M.C. (671/1/9-10); farewell on C.W.M.C.'s departure (671/1/15-16); to Governor, Gezira Province re his views on the Revised Gezira Scheme Agreement (671/1/17-20); his trip to Halfa for Christmas, his high opinion of R. Hodgkin and other staff of GMC, assessment of Roseveare as Director, progress of building work at the Wadi Seidna and Shambat sites, the opening of the Culture Centre and the composition of the Governor-General's council (671/1/21-24); visit to the Sudan by Mouat-Jones, Duff and Channon, the Advisory Council's decision on more rapid and intensive economic and educational development of the south and his views on the proposal for a Lieutenant Governor for the south (671/1/26-28); his tour of southern Sudan and holiday in Uganda which involved a number of visits to educational establishments, Bishop Gelsthorpe's views on the government's 'Islamising' policy in the Nuba Mountains, Egyptian objections to the appointment of Abbas Akkad to the new Gordon College council, C.W.M.C.'s report on Sudan education and the opening of the new Gordon College (671/1/29-31,35); to G.C. Turner, Principal Makerere College, Uganda, in praise of the work of the college (671/1/32-33); the choice of a new Governor- General, Treasury refusal of a Sudan application for a £1m grant for GMC and the failure of British Middle East policy (671/1/35-37); the opening of the new Gordon College and the first Gordon College council meeting, Ugandan education and lack of funding for southern education (671/1/38-40). Also includes:
SAD.671/1/41-43
Copy of Charles Dundas' farewell message to Makerere College
SAD.671/1/45
1945 Jan 13
Note on T.H.B. Mynors' appointment and functions as Principal of the School of Administration and Police
SAD.811/4/1-28
1938 Mar 21 - 1944 Sep 16
Letters to C.W.M.C. from Sir Douglas Newbold concerning Symes' relations with Margery Perham, the activities of the SUM in Kordofan and the choice of a new site for Bakht er Ruda (811/4/2-3); lack of support for higher education in the Sudan, prospects for his appointment as Civil Secretary and the choice of a successor to C.W.M.C. (811/4/4-6); his discussions at New College, Oxford on the possibility of C.W.M.C. remaining in the Sudan (811/4/9-11); interviewing SPS candidates in the UK and his views on Symes (811/4/15-20); meeting with the Duke of Aosta, Viceroy of Abyssinia (811/4/21); criticism of Symes (811/4/22); the choice facing C.W.M.C. of staying with the C.O. or returning to New College, Newbold's future career prospects, visitors expected in Khartoum and possible candidates for the governorship of Uganda (811/4/23-28)
SAD.670/7/1-38
1938 Jan 21 - Dec 26
Letters to C.W.M.C. from friends and colleagues in the Sudan, containing a mixture of personal and official news and including I. Pink re the implications of the De La Warr report (670/7/1); M.W. Parr re the need for English Fathers in the south and his fears for the future of the south (670/7/2-3); R.K. Winter re the views of the Colonial Advisory Committee on Education on the De La Warr report, particularly with regard to government support for mission education (670/7/7-8); F.J. Pedler and S. Symes re C.W.M.C.'s future plans (670/7/10-11,17); J.W. Souper and S. Symes re possible successors as Director of Education (670/7/21-25,28); G.C. Scott re progress at Gordon College (670/7/29-31)
SAD.671/2/1-4
1938 Dec 9
Letter from Makkawi Afandi Sulayman, sub- ma`mur El Obeid, to D. Newbold re the achievements of Mustafa Kamal in Turkey
SAD.670/8/1-57
1939 Jan 10 - May 31
Letters to C.W.M.C. from friends and colleagues containing a mixture of official and personal news, including R.V.H. Roseveare re his decision to accept the appointment of Director of Education and Principal of GMC (670/8/9-13); J.W. Robertson re the delay in moving Bakht er Ruda from White Nile Province (670/8/14); F.J. Pedler re changes in the membership of the Advisory Committee on Education in the Colonies (670/8/15-16); Roseveare re his first impressions of the Sudan and the choice of a successor to Miss Pode as Controller of Girls' Education (670/8/47-49)
SAD.671/2/5-6
1939 May 5
Letter to D. Newbold from Lord Lugard re the former's appointment as Civil Secretary, the vacancy on the Mandates Commission and Margery Perham's ill- health
SAD.670/9/1-92
1939 Jun 1 - Dec 27
Letters to C.W.M.C. from a variety of friends and colleagues containing both official and personal news, but concerned chiefly with Sudan education. There are a number of letters of thanks and farewell on C.W.M.C.'s departure from the Sudan, while many of the correspondents attempt to keep him up to date with developments under his successor, including Fr. A. Violini re improvements at the mission school at Bussere due to help from Janson-Smith (670/9/4-5); A.G. Hickson re C.W.M.C.'s proposed trip to Lalyo (670/9/9); Mabel Warburton, urging the appointment of an organiser to assist with mission education for girls (670/9/12-14); R.V.H. Roseveare re the next GMC governors' meeting (670/9/15-16); V.L. Griffiths re the site plan for Shendi Training School (670/9/17-18); C.W. Williams re the selection of female and male teachers (670/9/19-26); Roseveare re efforts to resist a quota of Egyptian tutors for the Sudan and the future of girls' education (670/9/31-33); A.M. Gelsthorpe re the joint institution at Yei and C.W.M.C.'s doubts as to the suitability of certain missionaries as educationalists (670/9/34-35); Roseveare re the selection of teachers for the Sudan and discussions with the CMS on the appointment of a woman in charge of southern education (670/9/41-43); ? re plans for retrenchment in education in view of the war (670/9/51); Roseveare re progress since his arrival in Khartoum and repercussions of the war on the running of the Education Department (670/9/52-66); Roseveare re his southern tour (670/9/67-68,78-79); Griffiths re Mekki Abbas' course in England (670/9/69-70); E.D. Pridie re repercussions of the war on the Sudan and progress under Roseveare (670/9/71-73); M.W. Parr and Pridie re C.W.M.C.'s new post (670/9/76-77,80-81); M.F.A. Keen re the suspension of the Adult Education job (670/9/84-85); E.G. Coryton with news of Upper Nile Province (670/9/86-87)
SAD.668/10/7-36; 811/1/1-4
1939 Jul 14 - 1940 Jul 4
Correspondence re arrangements for Mekki Abbas to study for a time at Oxford, chiefly between V.L. Griffiths, Mekki Abbas, Dr. John Murray, Miss M. Perham and C.W.M.C.
SAD.811/10/4-8
1939 Jul - Aug
Farewell telegrams to C.W.M.C. from colleagues on his departure from the Sudan
SAD.811/6/1-42
1939 Sep 2 - Nov 28
Letters to C.W.M.C. from friends and colleagues in the Sudan and Britain containing a mixture of official and personal news and including numerous letters of congratulations on C.W.M.C.'s new Colonial Office appointment, and R.V.H. Roseveare re his journey to the Sudan after the outbreak of war (811/6/2-7); M. Parr re the Governor-General's promise to press for a Lieutenant Governor for the south, his dismay that Symes is to stay on as Governor-General and the issue of baptism of minors against the wishes of the parents (811/6/15-17); Parr re lack of education, health and agriculture staff officers for the south (811/6/18-19); G.F. Earl re his impressions of Roseveare and the future of Nugent School, Loka (811/6/40-41)
SAD.811/7/1-47
1939 Dec 1 - 1955 Jun 26
Letters to C.W.M.C. from friends and colleagues in the Sudan and Britain containing a mixture of official and personal news, but concerned chiefly with Sudan education and including letters of congratulations on C.W.M.C.'s new post, and C.W. Williams re Roseveare's tour of the south, the decision to postpone the Joint Institution at Yei and news of the Education Department in Khartoum (811/7/3-16); C.W.M.C. to G.C. Scott re his new job (811/7/22-23); G.W. Grabham re delays in the contract at Wadi Seidna (811/7/27); G.F. Earl re progress at Nugent School, Loka and Lui School and with news of CMS staff in the southern Sudan (811/7/34-36); R. Macdonald with news of Juaibor School, including Roseveare's inspection (811/7/37-38); A.J.T. Fleming-Sandes re the poor cotton crop and the visit of the Egyptian P.M. (811/7/41-42); V.L. Griffiths with congratulations on C.W.M.C.'s knighthood (1944) (811/7/44); R. Hodgkin re the progress of sudanisation (811/7/46)
SAD.670/10/1-111
1940 Jan 15 - 1959 Jun 10
Letters to C.W.M.C. from friends and colleagues in the Sudan and Britain containing a mixture of official and personal news, but chiefly concerned with Sudan education. They include letters from J.W. Souper re his dislike of Khartoum, news of the School of Engineering and first impressions of Roseveare (670/10/6-7); Roseveare re the work of the Mill Hill Fathers in Upper Nile Province, the SUM in the Nuba Mountains and the CMS in the south (670/10/13); E.D. Pridie with news of Gordon College (670/10/14-16); `Abd al-Karim Muhammad re the progress of the college on its new site at Omdurman and the demand for secondary education for girls (670/10/17-18); A.G. Hickson re educational developments in Equatoria (670/10/20-21,25-26); E. Campbell (?) re war-time Kordofan (670/10/34-35); R.C. Mayall re Scott's resignation as Vice-Chancellor (670/10/36); G.C. Scott with a detailed assessment of the progress of Gordon College and re his resignation (670/10/37-39); J.W. Robertson re the choice of a new principal for GMC (670/10/41-42), with C.W.M.C.'s reply (670/10/45-46); A. Theobald re Miss Penson's visit to the college (670/10/48); J.W. Robertson re the success of Miss Penson's visit, discussions on southern education, the shortage of secondary school places in the north, the spread of Egyptian propaganda in the Sudan and administrative developments (670/10/49-52); Robertson re political developments in Khartoum, reaction to student demonstrations and his views on southern education policy (670/10/58-61); V.L. Griffiths re development of the literacy programme and progress at Um Gerr (670/10/69-70); C.W. Williams re the choice of a new principal and educational developments in the west and south (670/10/75-76); Robertson re economic problems (670/10/85-86); M. Hamzah re discussions on technical education (670/10/90-92); Nasr al-Hag `Ali re the need for a new Director for Technical Education (670/10/105-106); M. Grant re the end of his tenure of the Vice-Chancellorship of the University of Khartoum (670/10/107); N.R. Udal re the death of Sayyid `Abd al-Rahman al-Mahdi (670/10/108-110)
SAD.671/2/7-80
1945 Mar 31 - 1954 Jan 25
Correspondence between C.W.M.C. and V.L. Griffiths, Principal of Bakht er Ruda and Assistant Director of Education, covering a variety of topics, both personal and official including the Erkowit study camp, societies in secondary schools, assessment of Port Sudan school and the Um Gerr experiment (671/2/7-8); publication of Griffiths' book Character aims, Bakht er Ruda layout and building programme, his dismay at the belief that the success of Bakht er Ruda will not be sustained after his departure and re new members of staff (671/2/9-10); adult education in the Gezira (671/2/11,28); and the offer of the job of Social Development Officer to the Gezira Board (671/2/32), with C.W.M.C.'s reply (671/2/34). Also includes:
SAD.671/2/12-26
1948 Jul 31
Note by V.L. Griffiths on 'Gezira adult education proposals, 1949-1953'
SAD.671/2/29-31
1949 Nov 28
Memorandum by V.L. Griffiths to the Governor, Wad Medani on Gezira adult education
SAD.671/2/35-42
1950 Jan 1
Note by Hasan Afandi Ahmad Yusuf on the organisation of adult literacy campaigns in the Sudan in 1950
SAD.671/2/57-62
1951 Nov 12
Memorandum by V.L. Griffiths on the course for colonial students in the Oxford Department of Education
SAD.671/2/68-73
1952 Oct 10
Note by R.A. Hodgkin of 'Some impressions of Nigerian education based on a short visit'
SAD.668/11/1-13
1945 May 14 - 1950 Mar 15
Correspondence re former students in the Sudan: Mekki Afandi Abbas and `Abd al-Majid
SAD.668/10/37-51
1945 Nov 1 - Dec 27
Correspondence between C.W. Williams, C.W.M.C., J.N.D. Kelly and B.A. Lewis re attempts to secure a place for Hamza Mirghani, a Sudanese student, at Oxford
SAD.668/11/14-27
1946 Dec 18 - 1947 Jul 4
Correspondence from T.P. Creed and Sir H. Huddleston concerning the former's retirement as Legal Secretary in the Sudan
SAD.668/11/28-46
1947 Nov 16 - 1948 Dec 27
Correspondence from Sir H.Huddleston, C.W.M.C. and G. Bredin re the latter's application for a post in the Colonial Office on retiring as Governor of Blue Nile Province
SAD.668/11/47-66
1948 Sep 1 - 1949 Jan 13
Correspondence concerning the publication of two pamphlets by V.L. Griffiths in the 'Good Citizen Series' entitled Character aims and Character training, with comments by Rev. H.M. Grace of the Conference of Missionary Societies (668/11/54-55)
SAD.811/1/5-24
1953 Jun 9 - Aug 18
Correspondence concerning reviews of An experiment in education by V.L. Griffiths (Longmans, 1953), with notes for a review by C.W.M.C.
SAD.668/14/34-43
1949 May 30 - 1950 Jul 6
Correspondence between Dr. Ina Beasley and C.W.M.C. concerning an application by Dr. Beasley (former Controller of Girls' Education) for a Leverhulme Research Fellowship
SAD.668/11/67-68
1950 May 5
Circular letter from J. Hartley, Asistant Sudan Agent, requesting books for a new library for Sudan House, a hostel for Sudanese in London, with covering letter from R.C. Mayall to C.W.M.C., 11 May 1950
3. Personal Papers
SAD.811/8/5-44; 671/3-672/1
1934-1974
Personal correspondence from numerous friends. The main topics covered are C.W.M.C.'s appointment as Director of Education (1936), news of Oxford and of former students, invitations to meet up during leave, news from the chalet at St. Gervais-les- Bains (Sep 1937) and advice on C.W.M.C's future when he was faced with the choice of remaining in the Sudan, going to Uganda as Principal of Makerere College, accepting the Vice- Chancellorship of Queen's University Belfast, or returning to Oxford. The main series of letters ends in 1939 with a few from 1940 to 1974:
SAD.811/8/5-44
1934 Oct 11 - 1974 Jun 14
SAD.671/3/1-47
1935-1936
SAD.671/4/1-49
1937 Jan - Feb
SAD.671/5/1-61
1937 Mar - Jun
SAD.671/6/1-56
1937 Jul - Aug
SAD.671/7/1-44
1937 Sep - Dec
SAD.671/8/1-43
1938 Jan - Aug
SAD.671/9/1-63
1938 Sep - Dec
SAD.672/1/1-61
1939-1967
SAD.673/10/27-34
1937 Jan 11
Invoices from the Army and Navy Stores Ltd., London for goods purchased by C.W.M.C. for shipment to Port Sudan per S.S. Oxfordshire
SAD.673/10/18-26
1937
List of personal items to be taken by C.W.M.C. to the Sudan
SAD.672/2-672/7; 811/8/1-4
1937-1939
Personal correspondence from members of C.W.M.C.'s family received during his two years in the Sudan. Most are from his parents and brother David and contain personal and family news:
SAD.672/2/1-50
1937 Jan - Mar
SAD.672/3/1-42
1937 Apr - May
SAD.672/4/1-45
1937 Jun - Jul
SAD.672/5/1-60
1937 Aug - Dec
SAD.672/6/1-60
1938
SAD.811/8/1-4
1938 Jun 4 - 1939 Jul 24
SAD.672/7/1-51
1939
SAD.673/13/9-16
1937-1939
C.W.M.C.'s Sudanese driving licence
SAD.673/12/19-30
1939 Apr 19 - Nov 30
Personal financial papers of C.W.M.C. - National Bank of Egypt statements and credit transfer forms
SAD.673/13/7-8
1939 Jul 31
C.W.M.C.'s identity certificate and leave certificate
SAD.673/1/1-25
1945 Mar 23 - Jun 8
Correspondence concerning the death of Sir Douglas Newbold, including from Sir H.J. Huddleston, the Governor-General (673/1/1-5,20) and Newbold's sister Mrs. Kathleen Terry re the disposal of his books and papers (673/1/21-23)
SAD.673/1/26-37
1945 Jul 1 - Sep 19
Correspondence concerning proposals for a form of memorial to Sir Douglas Newbold
SAD.673/1/38-46
1945 Oct 25 - 1946 Mar 21
Correspondence between Mrs. Kathleen Terry and C.W.M.C. concerning the publication of a book on Newbold to record his influence and policy in African administration (written by K.D.D. Henderson)
SAD.673/2/1-4
1945 Oct 22 - Nov 8
Letters between C.W.M.C. and E.P. Moon re a meeting to discuss the future of the Sudan
SAD.673/2/5-10
1946 Feb 19 - 1947 May 29
Letters from R.C. Mayall, Sudan Government London Office, concerning the welfare of Sudanese students studying at Oxford
SAD.673/2/11-16
1948 Nov 30 - Dec 16
Correspondence re a visit to Khartoum by C.V. Taylor, a friend and former schoolmaster of C.W.M.C. at Clifton College
4. Diaries
SAD.673/3/1-55
1937-1938
Diary of C.W.M.C. with brief entries covering the journey to Khartoum 1 Jan - 5 Feb 1937 and for the period 13 Oct - 29 Dec 1938
SAD.673/4/1-26
1939
Looseleaf diary kept by C.W.M.C. during his southern Sudan tour 12-29 Jun 1939, describing discussions with government officials and missionaries and school inspections in Juba, Lalyo, Yei, Okaru, Malakal, Abwong, Nasir, Kwaranga, Doleib Hill, Tonga, Lul, Detwok, Melut and Bangjang
5. Articles, Lectures, Speeches (Drafts and copies)
(i) Articles by C.W.M.C.
SAD.673/5/25-34
1945
Draft copy of an obituary of Sir Douglas Newbold by C.W.M.C., with notes used in preparation
(ii) Articles by others
SAD.673/5/62-63
1944 Dec 30
“A remarkable year in the Sudan”, by H.B. Arber (Information Office circular)
SAD.673/5/9-11
1944-1945
Ts. copies of articles from journals:
SAD.673/5/9
“Economics and agriculture in Equatoria”, from the Sudan Monthly Record new series no.175, Jan/Feb 1944
SAD.673/5/10
“Sudanese teachers to study in England”, from The African World, 29 Jul 1944
SAD.673/5/11
“Development of Equatoria”, from The African World, 14 Apr 1945
SAD.673/5/35-37
1945
Tributes to Sir Douglas Newbold from The African World, 21 Apr 1945, and by Mekki Abbas in Furawi's Newsletter
SAD.673/5/40
1949
Extract from Sudan Weekly Newsletter no.10/1949 on the 'At home' at Gordon Memorial College to celebrate the gaining of University College status
SAD.673/5/41
1951 Sep 1
Copy article from the Sudan Star on the “Inauguration of University College of Khartoum”
SAD.673/5/50-61
1953
Reviews of The making of the modern Sudan: the life and letters of Sir Douglas Newbold by K.D.D. Henderson (London, 1953), including one by Grant V. McClanahan for the Middle East Journal and a translation of a book talk for the B.B.C. Arabic Service by Edward Atiyah
SAD.673/6/1-5
1954
“Dependence and independence”, the subjective impressions of R.A. Hodgkin of Bakht er Ruda of the movement of the Sudan towards independence from Britain
SAD.673/6/15-21
[c. 1970]
Article by George E. Miller, M.D., Director Centre for Educational Development, University of Illinois College of Medicine, on 'Educational objectives', for the World Health Organisation
SAD.811/9/1-8
[c. 1982]
Article by H.L.A. Hart in appreciation of the life of C.W.M.C.
SAD.673/5/1-4
[n.d.]
Article on the aftermath of the financial crisis in the Sudan in the early 1930s and its effect on education (author unknown)
SAD.673/5/5-8
[n.d.]
Article from Furawi's Newsletter entitled “On education: some practical suggestions”
(iii) Lectures and speeches by C.W.M.C.
SAD.673/6/53-66
1938
Text of speech by C.W.M.C. at the GMC Old Boys' dinner
SAD.673/6/35-52
1939
Text of speech by C.W.M.C. at the GMC Old Boys' dinner
SAD.673/7/1-6; 811/10/17
1939
Texts of speeches made by C.W.M.C. on his departure from the Sudan
(iv) Lectures and speeches by others
SAD.673/6/22-24
1936 Jul 9
Printed copy of speech by Kenneth Pickthorn, M.P. in the House of Commons on “Colonial education policy”, with a letter from Sir James Currie recommending it to the attention of C.W.M.C., 29 Jul 1936
SAD.673/6/25-26
1936 Nov 24
Printed copy of a speech by Patrick Munro, M.P. in the House of Commons on “The Anglo-Egyptian Treaty”
SAD.673/6/27-34
1937 Feb
Copies of speeches made on the occasion of the De La Warr Commission's visit to the GMC Old Boys' Day celebrations
SAD.673/6/67-71
1939 Jul 11
Address given by Sir Angus Gillan at Dr. Pridie's tea-party after the laying of the foundation stone of the Khartoum Civil Hospital
SAD.673/7/7-14; 811/10/9-16
1939 Jul - Aug
Copies of farewell speeches made to C.W.M.C. on his retirement from the Education Department with a copy letter of thanks from the Governor-General, Sir Stewart Symes
SAD.673/7/20-27
1942 Oct
Substance of a lecture given by G.C. Scott, Warden of GMC at the Cultural Centre, Khartoum on “The Gordon College today”
SAD.673/7/28-30
1942 Dec
Copy of a talk broadcast by R.V.H. Roseveare, Director of Education, from the Omdurman Broadcasting Station on “Sudan education in wartime”
SAD.673/7/31-37
1944 Nov 15
Draft address by H.E. the Governor-General, Maj. Gen. Sir Hubert Huddleston, President of Gordon Memorial College council, at the inaugural meeting of the council held in Khartoum, 16 Nov 1944
SAD.673/8/27-40
1946 Sep 26
Text of a lecture given by L.M. Buchanan to the Colonial Welfare Conference at the London School of Economics on “An experiment in rural development”
SAD.673/8/1-26
1947 Apr 1 - 15
Copy of introductory talks to the students and staff of GMC by Lt. Col. L.C. Wilcher on his appointment as Principal of the college, and to the students on the restoration of the union, with covering letter from R.C. Mayall, Sudan Government Agency, to C.W.M.C., 23 May 1947
SAD.673/6/8-14
1974 Feb
Paper by A. Bayoumi and S.J. Farsey, Department of Preventive Medicine, Makerere University Medical School on “Basic medical science in practice”, presented to the Second International Conference on Basic Medical Sciences in Africa, Khartoum 9-17 Feb 1974
SAD.673/5/42-49
[n.d.]
Text of a paper by the [Director of Agriculture, Uganda?] on “The place of agriculture in the primary and secondary education of the African and in the training of elementary school teachers”
6. Photographic Material
(i) Northern Sudan
SAD.674/3/12-20
[c. 1937-1939]
Miscellaneous unidentified photographs including:
SAD.674/3/12-13
Hillside and road, Nuba Mountains?
SAD.674/3/14
Banks of Nile, N. Sudan
SAD.674/3/15
Abu Simbel
SAD.674/3/16-18
Groups of Nuba children
SAD.674/3/20
'Mahomet and Mr. and Mrs. P.'
782/9/1
[c. 1940]
Postcard of spectators at King's Day sports, Wadi Halfa, sent by G.W. Titherington
SAD.674/4/1-2
1950 Jan 4
Photographs of a brass tablet erected in Khartoum Cathedral in memory of Sir Douglas Newbold (1894-1945), Governor of Kordofan Province 1933-1938 and Civil Secretary 1939-1945, with covering letter from J.W. Robertson to C.W.M.C.
SAD.674/4/3
[c. 1950]
Photograph taken in the Nuba Mountains, extracted from letter from R.A.Hodgkin to C.W.M.C., 2 Dec 1950 (see above under 2. Semi-official Papers, 670/10/1-111)
A64/1-26
1962
Photograph album inscribed 'Presented to Sir Christopher Cox as a token of appreciation for his contribution to the development and promotion of education in the Sudan', by `Abd al-Halim `Ali Taha, Director of Education, 10 Apr 1962. All photographs unidentified but a number including C.W.M.C.
SAD.674/6/1-7
1967
Photographs taken during C.W.M.C.'s visit to Khartoum, Nov 1967, with a copy of part of a despatch from the senior diplomatic representative in Khartoum referring to the visit (674/6/6-7):
SAD.674/6/1
Meeting students at the private Ahfad Girls' College, Omdurman (bust of Babikr Badri in the background)
SAD.674/6/2
Taking tea at the Girls' College
SAD.674/6/3
C.W.M.C. shaking hands with P.M. Sayyid Muhammad Ahmad Mahjub (from al-Umma, 6 Nov 1967)
SAD.674/6/4
President of the Supreme Council of State, Sayyid Isma`il al-Azhari talking to C.W.M.C. at a teaparty in his honour at the Republican Palace, Khartoum (from al-Ayam, 9 Nov 1967)
SAD.674/6/5
C.W.M.C. visiting Ahfad Girls' College, Omdurman (from Al Rai al-Amm, 9 Nov 1967)
SAD.782/9/2
1974
Colour photograph of a group of retired doctors on a return visit to the Sudan. The group includes Dr. E. Pridie, Gen. Sir Robert Drew, Dr. Roy Humphreys, Dr. Ali Bedri (far right), Sayyid Sir El Khatim El Khalifah, Minister for Higher Education, Professor Mustafa Hasan Ishaq, Vice-Chancellor Khartoum University, Professor Ali Khogali, Dean Faculty of Medicine and Sayyid Muhammad Omar Bashir, Academic Secretary, University of Khartoum
SAD.782/9/3
1974
Colour photograph of unidentified Sudanese man
SAD.782/9/4
1974
Colour transparency of mixed group at the Women's College, including Yusuf Basdri

782/9/2-4 were enclosed in a personal letter from Dr. E. Pridie to C.W.M.C. of 4 Jun 1974. See 811/8/40 above

(ii) Southern Sudan
SAD.674/1/1-4
1931-1937
Four photographs from an envelope marked 'southern tour 1937', but including one identified as Okaru 1931:
SAD.674/1/1-2
Boys playing at Okaru mission station, 1931
SAD.674/1/3
Aerial view of Okaru mission station
SAD.674/1/4
Aerial view of unidentified mission station
SAD.674/2/1-19
1937
Photographs from Equatoria Province taken by A.G. Hickson:
SAD.674/2/1
Okaru mission
SAD.674/2/2
Baboons on Torit road
SAD.674/2/3-4
Pupils on parade at Palotaka mission
SAD.674/2/5-7
Lotti forest
SAD.674/2/8
Palotaka/Lotti road
SAD.674/2/9-10
Opari road and CMS outschool
SAD.674/2/11-12
Loa mission and teachers
SAD.674/2/13
Aswa river, near Nimule
SAD.674/2/14-17
The Nile at Nimule
SAD.674/2/18
A.G. Hickson at Lalyo
SAD.674/2/19
A.G. Hickson and G.F. Earl at Lalyo
(iii) Individuals
SAD.674/3/1
[c. 1936]
Photograph of Lieutenant Colonel Sir George Stewart Symes, Governor-General of the Sudan 1934-1940 (cigarette card series of 'Empire personalities')
SAD.674/3/2
Photograph of Sir Stewart Symes in the company of a number of Sudanese in Arab tent
SAD.674/3/3-4
[c. 1920]
Two mounted portrait photographs of Sir James Currie K.C.M.G., K.B.E. (31 May 1868 - 17 Mar 1937), first Director of Education of the Sudan and Principal of Gordon Memorial College
SAD.674/3/5
Portrait photograph of Rt. Rev. H. Guy Bullen, Assistant Bishop of Egypt (d. 7 Dec 1937)
Photo taken by Harold Connold
SAD.674/3/6-7
Portrait photographs of C.W.M.C. taken before his service in the Sudan
SAD.674/3/9-11
[c. 1938]
Photographs of C.W.M.C. in levée uniform
(iv) Groups
SAD.674/3/8
[c. 1937]
Unidentified group on verandah steps, possibly including Bishop Bullen
SAD.675/1/1
1938
Large photograph inscribed 'Khartoum 1938, C.W.M.C., Director of Education and Principal of the Gordon College', C.W.M.C. with staff of the college
SAD.675/1/2-3
[c. 1939]
Two large mounted photographs of C.W.M.C. in large group, probably the staff of Gordon Memorial College
SAD.675/1/4
1944 Jan 22
Large photograph of C.W.M.C. with staff and pupils of Cox House, Gordon Memorial College, Omdurman on a visit to the college
(v) Outside the Sudan
SAD.674/6/8
1936 Dec 15
Photographs of a village 'about 200 miles south of Timbuctoo', enclosed in a letter from H. Norton Matthews, 10 Apr 1937. (See 671/5/21-22 under 3. Personal Papersabove)
SAD.674/6/9-10
1938
Photographs removed from letter from 'KaAF' [Mrs. Arnold Foster], 7 Mar 1938. See 671/8/1-43 under 3. Personal Papers above:
SAD.674/6/9
Slatin and daughter Anne-Marie
SAD.674/6/10
'Two Hanbury boys, Anne-Marie, Mark and Seconda'
SAD.674/6/11-31
1938
Photographs taken at the chalet in the Alps, on the approaches to Mont Blanc where C.W.M.C. retired to during college vacations with a select group of students
SAD.674/6/32-35
[n.d.]
Four photographs of C.W.M.C. and friends in Ireland
SAD.674/6/36
1967
Photographs of C.W.M.C. meeting Mr. Gecaga, chairman of the Nairobi University College Council, at a reception to mark the end of the Nairobi Conference
SAD.674/6/37
[c. 1967]
Photograph of C.W.M.C. in Sierra Leone meeting A.J. Kabba, Secretary Department of Education, Major M.M. Koroma, J.D. Massingham, British Deputy High Commissioner, Miss Lettie Stuart and E.O. Cole, Department of Education (Photograph by G.R. Shanu- Taylor)
7. Maps
SAD.674/9/1[MP]
1934
Map of the Anglo-Egyptian Sudan
War Office, London, 1914. 3rd edition 1934
scale:   1 in to 47.35 miles
Size: (39 x 30 ins)
8. Newspaper Cuttings
(i) Education
SAD.676/1/1
1932 Mar 30
“Education in East Africa”, from The Times
SAD.676/1/2
1936 Nov 19
C.W.M.C.'s appointment as Director of Education for the Sudan, from The Oxford Magazine
SAD.676/1/3
1939 Jan 18
“Egyptian Faculty of Medicine honoured: Sir Alfred Webb-Johnson's dinner party”, from The Egyptian Gazette
SAD.676/1/4
1939 May 12
“Progress of education in Egypt. Ministry's policy defended”, from The Egyptian Gazette
SAD.674/10/9
1939 May 18
“Anglo-Egyptian co-operation: the contribution of Victoria College - Ambassador's address at annual speech day”, from The Egyptian Gazette
SAD.676/1/5
1939
Report of the Controller of Physical Education in Egypt, from The Egyptian Gazette
(Removed from letter from G.W. Grabham, 29 May 1939. See under 2. Semi-official Papers above)
SAD.676/1/6
1939 Nov 4
“Physical training in the Egyptian Government schools: Controller's report for 1937-38”, from The Egyptian Gazette
SAD.676/1/7-8
1944 Jan 5
The new British University in Palestine, from The Egyptian Gazette
SAD.676/1/9
1945 Feb 21
The opening of the Gordon Memorial College in its new form, a step towards the establishment of a university college
SAD.676/1/10
The appointment of a full-time games tutor to Gordon College
SAD.676/2/1-2
1951 Oct 19
The formation of the University College of Khartoum from the Gordon Memorial College and the Kitchener School of Medicine
SAD.676/2/3-4
1952
“Two colleges in Africa: Khartum and Makerere”, from [ The TimesEducational Supplement ]
SAD.676/2/5
1953 Oct 30
“Secondary schools in India”, from The Times Educational Supplement
SAD.676/2/6-7
1956 Jun 8
“Khartoum University: transformation completed”, by Michael Grant, Vice-Chancellor Designate of Khartoum University, with photographs of the new university buildings and Gordon Memorial College, from The Times Educational Supplement
SAD.676/2/8
[n.d.]
“Lowering standards of education in Egypt. Students' preoccupation with politics”
SAD.674/13/23
[n.d.]
The search for jobs by Sudanese students
(ii) Politics
SAD.676/3/1
1944 May 15
The inauguration of the Advisory Council for the Northern Sudan, from The Sudan Star
SAD.674/13/4-6
1945 Aug 11
“Egypt and the Sudan”, from The Economist
SAD.676/3/2-5
1946 Mar 11
Report from the House of Commons on the government's proposal to make a payment of £100,000 to the Sudan Government as the first instalment of a grant in aid of £2m
SAD.676/3/6-10
1946 Oct - Nov
The Anglo-Egyptian conversations on the future of the Sudan
SAD.676/3/11
1946 Nov 22
`Abd Allah Bey Khalil, Secretary of the Umma Party on the right of the Sudanese to self-determination, from The Spectator
SAD.676/3/12
1946
Letter to the [ New Statesman ] from Isma`il al-Azhari, President Sudan Graduates' General Congress, on the concept of 'The unity of the Nile' as put forward by the Sudanese and Egyptian national movements
SAD.676/3/13
1947 Apr 7
The official farewell to the Governor-General, Major General Sir Hubert Huddleston, on leaving the Sudan, from The Times
SAD.676/3/14-15
1951
The growth of nationalism in the Sudan
SAD.811/10/18
1952 May 16
“Sudan in transition. I - The Egyptian demand for control”, from The Times
SAD.676/3/16
[c. 1952]
Review of some of the points likely to be raised at the Anglo- Egyptian conversations concerning the future of the Sudan
SAD.676/3/17-18
[c. 1953]
Self-government for the Sudan, including a summary of the north/south conflict
SAD.676/3/19
[1953]
Cabinet discussions on the draft for an agreement with Egypt on the Sudan, from The Times
SAD.676/3/20-21
1953 Feb 13
The signing of the Anglo-Egyptian agreement for an independent Sudan, from The Times
SAD.676/4/1
1953 Feb 17
Membership of the Governor-General's commission in the Sudan, from The Times
SAD.676/4/2
1953 Feb 17
Letter to The Times from Martin Parr, former governor of three southern provinces in the Sudan, re the right to self-determination of the southern provinces
SAD.676/4/3
1953 Feb 18
Newspaper photograph of Sir Robert Howe, Governor-General announcing the signing of the Anglo-Egyptian agreement on the Sudan
SAD.676/4/4-7
1953 Feb
Proposals for the association of a newly-independent Sudan with the Commonwealth, from various newspapers including The Times
SAD.676/4/8
[1953]
Discussions on the Suez canal base in the light of the signing of the Anglo-Egyptian agreement
SAD.676/4/9
1953 Mar 22
“Civil servants in the Sudan”
SAD.676/4/10-13
1953 Mar
Part copy of The Messenger including “An open letter to our northern friends” - a resumé of the policy of the Catholic Church in the prevailing political situation
SAD.676/4/14
1954 Jun 15
“Rush tactics in the Sudan”, the speed of Sudanisation, from the Daily Telegraph and Morning Post
SAD.676/4/15
[1954]
The attempted assassination of Lt. Col. Nasser, the Egyptian Prime Minister, in Alexandria when the Sudanese Minister of Communications, Mirghani Hamzah was shot in the hand
(iii) General
SAD.674/10/1-2
[c. 1937]
A climbing accident in Caernarfonshire in which C.W.M.C.'s brother was involved
SAD.674/11/1-5
1937 Dec 8
The death of Rt. Rev. H. Guy Bullen, Assistant Bishop of Egypt, killed in a plane crash, including an obituary from The Times
SAD.674/10/3
1938 Oct 29
“Garden notes for the northern Sudan”, from The Sudan Daily Herald
(iii) General
SAD.674/10/8
1939 May 15
“Lord Lloyd in Egypt. Work of the British Evening Institute”, from The Egyptian Gazette
SAD.674/10/10-14
1945 Feb 19
Obituaries of Sir Hanns Vischer, C.M.G., C.B.E., Hon. Sec-Gen. of the International Institute of African Languages and former Director of Education for Nigeria
SAD.674/12/5-7
1945 Mar 28
Obituaries of Sir Douglas Newbold, from The Times and East Africa and Rhodesia (d. 23 Mar 1945)
SAD.674/13/1
1945 Apr 12
Obituary of Captain the Marquis of Dufferin and Ava, former Under-Secretary for the Colonies, from East Africa and Rhodesia
SAD.674/13/2-3
[n.d.]
The deaths of Peter Loxley, Secretary to the Permanent Head of the Foreign Office and R.M. Guthrie, King's Messenger, in a plane crash, with obituary
SAD.674/13/7-9
1952
Reviews of The Sudan Question by Mekki Abbas, from The Spectator, The New Statesman and Nation and The Listener
SAD.674/13/10-11
1953 Apr 11 - 14
The retirement of Sir James Robertson, Civil Secretary, from The Sudan Star
SAD.674/13/12-19
1953
Reviews of The making of the modern Sudan: life and letters of Sir Douglas Newbold, K.B.E., by K.D.D. Henderson, from The Spectator, Manchester Guardian, Time and Tide, The Times Literary Supplement and The Listener
SAD.674/13/20
1974 Sep 4
Review of Democracy on trial by Muhammad Ahmad Mahjub
SAD.674/13/21-22
[n.d.]
Obituaries of Patrick Roberts, one-time Chargé d'Affaires in Addis Ababa under Italian occupation
SAD.674/13/24
[n.d.]
“In southern Rhodesia. The Huggins era”
9. Miscellanea
SAD.673/12/1-7
1937-1958
Invitations
SAD.673/12/8-9
[n.d.]
Two tickets for the Zoological Gardens
SAD.673/11/1-10
[c. 1937]
Notebook kept during Arabic lessons
SAD.676/5/48-53
1937
Obituary of Bishop H. Guy Bullen, Assistant Bishop in Egypt and the Sudan, order of service for his memorial service held 12 Dec 1937 and advertisement for Guy Bullen by his friends
SAD.673/9/1-34
[n.d.]
Notebook of common Arabic words and phrases (originally compiled in 1919)
SAD.673/12/12-15
1938 May 24
Admission ticket and menu for an Empire Day luncheon at Imperial Hotel, Kampala
SAD.673/12/16
1938 Oct
Circular advertising the coming attractions at the Blue Nile cinema, South Barracks and the Coliseum cinema, Khartoum
SAD.673/12/17-18
1938 Nov
Memoranda from J. Corkhill, Assistant Superintendent Government Gardens re preparations for imported roses
SAD.673/12/10-11
1938
Sudan Medical Service memoranda re anti-malarial precautions
SAD.673/13/1-2
1938-1939
Receipt for postal charges, 7 Dec 1938 and invoice for subscription to the Sudan Daily Herald, 3 May 1939
SAD.673/13/3-6
1938-1939
Sudan Club programme of fixtures
SAD.673/13/18
1939 Apr 5
Translation by G.C. Scott of colloquial Arabic proverb - 'The song is best in the composer's mouth'
SAD.673/13/19-20
1939 Apr 24
Memorandum from the Governor-General's Office re the Maulid al-Nabi celebrations at Khartoum, Khartoum North and Omdurman
SAD.673/13/17
1939
Latin prose composition paper from New College, Oxford, describing Gordon's arrival at Khartoum in 1883
SAD.676/5/56-58
1942 Nov
Appeal for members and subscriptions to the Egypt and Sudan Diocesan Association in England
SAD.673/13/22-24
1945 Apr 13
Order of service and invitation for a memorial service for Douglas Newbold K.B.E. at St. Martin-in-the-Fields, London
SAD.673/13/21
1946
List of officials and families leaving Port Said for the United Kingdom per Orbita, 8 May 1946
SAD.673/13/25-28
1950 Dec 3
Order of service for the unveiling and dedication of the memorial tablet to Douglas Newbold K.B.E. in All Saints' Cathedral, Khartoum
SAD.673/13/29-34
1964 Jun 1
Menu and programme for the reception and dinner given at the Guildhall in honour of His Excellency the President of the Republic of Sudan
SAD.673/13/35
1973
Holiday brochure for the Sudan
SAD.673/13/36-52
1974 Feb
Invitations to C.W.M.C. to attend functions relating to the Second International Conference on Basic Medical Sciences in Africa, with conference programme
SAD.673/10/16-17
[n.d.]
Flyer for The back garden of Allah by Major C.S. Jarvis
10. Printed Material
1. In Archive
SAD.673/7/43-50
Addresses on the occasion of the gathering in the Gordon Memorial College Khartoum on the 20th February 1945 to celebrate the inauguration of the college in its new form
SAD.676/6/1-18
1945
Griffiths, V.L., Character aims: some suggestions on standards for a rising nation (galley proofs) [1945]
SAD.676/7/1-12
1945
Griffiths, V.L., Character training: an explanation of its principles for parents (galley proofs) [1945]
SAD.673/5/19-24
1945
[Hodgkin, R.A.?]: “Sir Douglas Newbold: an appreciation”, repr. from Sudan Notes and Records v.26 pt.2, 1945
SAD.673/7/38-42
1944
Huddleston, Sir H., New Gordon Memorial College, Khartoum, address by H.E. the Governor-General at the inaugural meeting of the Gordon Memorial College Council held in Khartoum 16 Nov 1944
Information Office, Khartoum, Dec 1944
SAD.676/5/54
1938
The cathedral church of All Saints, Khartoum: occasional notes and diary of events, winter season 1938-39 (Khartoum, 1938)
SAD.676/5/55
1939
The cathedral church of All Saints, Khartoum: Gordon anniversary Sunday and future events, winter season 1939 (Khartoum, 1939)
SAD.673/6/6-7
[n.d.]
Murray, John, Universities and nations: the strangers within the gates (University College, Exeter)
SAD.673/7/15-19
1940
Newbold, D., The human side of culture, the inaugural lecture delivered to the Sudan Cultural Centre ([Khartoum], 30 May 1940)
SAD.673/5/12-14
1944
Newbold, Sir Douglas, “The share of the Sudanese in the Sudan Government”, a lecture given by Sir Douglas Newbold at Makerere College on 26 Jul 1944, repr. from the Bulletin of the Uganda Society no.3, Dec 1944
SAD.676/5/1-4
1935
Sudan Political Service. Information for candidates (Khartoum, 1935)
SAD.676/5/5-6
1930's
Sudan Civil Service. General information for candidates
SAD.676/5/7-8
1938
List of kit recommended for Sudan Government officials (Khartoum, 1938)
SAD.811/9/9
1934
Sudan [Condominium, 1899-1955], Education Department: Education in the Northern Sudan. Report of a committee appointed by His Excellency the Governor- General (Annotated) [Khartoum, 1934]
SAD.676/5/22-36
1946
Sudan [Condominium, 1899-1955], Education Department: Note by the Director of Education on the government plan for educational development in the northern Sudan for the next ten years... [and] ... Appendix III (Khartoum, 1946)
SAD.676/5/37-47
1955
Sudan [Condominium, 1899-1955], House of Representatives: Third session. Summary of proceedings of sitting no. 29, including a report by `Ali Abd al-Rahman, the Minister of Education on major changes in southern Sudan policy (Khartoum, 7 Apr 1955)
SAD.673/5/38-39
1945
Sudan [Condominium, 1899-1955], Information Office: Appendix to Sudan Weekly Newsletter no.9/1945 on “The Kitchener Memorial School of Medicine”, 7 Mar 1945
SAD.673/8/41-43
[n.d.]
Sudan [Condominium, 1899-1955], Public Relations Branch: PROJECT [PRO's Journal of Extracts, Comments and Talking-points], Feature no. 298. Copy of the speech made by Sayyid Ibrahim Ahmad, Chairman of the council of University College of Khartoum on the fiftieth anniversary of the opening of Gordon Memorial College
SAD.668/2/29-48
1953
Sudan [Condominium, 1899-1955], Public Relations Office: PROJECT [PRO's Journal of Extracts, Comments and Talking-points], Feature no. 448:
SAD.668/2/29-41
Part 1, Biographies of members of the House of Representatives, elected Nov 1953
SAD.668/2/42-48
Part 2, Biographies of members of the Senate, elected and nominated Dec 1953
SAD.668/2/1-28; 668/3/1-39
1951-1954
Sudan [Condominium, 1899-1955], Public Relations Office: Background to Sudan news
SAD.668/2/1-5
1951 Oct 15
“The main political parties in Khartoum”
SAD.668/2/7-13
1951 Nov 18
Commentary on events in the Sudan, 8 Oct - 18 Nov 1951
SAD.668/2/14-21
1951 Dec
Commentary on events in the Sudan, 19 Nov - 17 Dec 1951
SAD.668/2/22-28
1953 May
The main political parties in the Sudan
SAD.668/3/1-11
1954 Jan 29
The new Sudanese government
SAD.668/3/12-19
1954 Apr 26
The parliament of the Sudan no. 2: the second session of the first parliament (10 Mar 1954) and the Governor-General's address to parliament
SAD.668/3/20-27
1954 Apr 30
The parliament of the Sudan no. 3: the second session of the first parliament (15 Mar - 1 Apr 1954) and the debate on the Governor-General's address
SAD.668/3/28-35
1954 May 10
The parliament of the Sudan no. 4: the second session of the first parliament (2 - 22 Apr 1954)
SAD.668/3/36-39
1954 May 17
The parliament of the Sudan no. 5: the second session of the first parliament
SAD.674/5/1-41
1953
Sudan [Condominium, 1899-1955], Public Relations Office: Sudan elections for self-government, 1953 (Khartoum, 1953)
SAD.674/10/4-7
1939
The Sudan Daily Herald, 21 and 26 Apr 1939
SAD.674/12/1-4
[1945]
The Sudan Star, including an article on Sir Douglas Newbold's funeral in Khartoum
SAD.673/10/1-15
1933
Sudan Club: Rules and bye-laws, 1933
SAD.673/5/15-18
1945
[Udal. N.R.], A tribute from a friend to the memory of Sir Douglas Newbold K.B.E. (Civil Secretary to the Sudan Government), delivered at a memorial service held 13 Apr 1945 in London
SAD.676/5/9-16
1938
Supplement no. 1 to the Uganda official gazette v.31, no.31, containing “An ordinance to make provision for the control, administration and working of the Makerere College”, 1938
SAD.676/5/17-21
1939
Webb-Johnson, Sir Alfred, Report dated the 16th June 1939 of the committee of management [on the Kitchener Memorial School of Medicine]
Examining Board in England by the Royal College of Physicians of London and the Royal College of Surgeons of England (London, 1939)
2. In Library
Durham University Library Printed material deposited with collection; now integrated into library and catalogued on OPAC. Abbas Ibrahim Muhammad Ali, Anglo- Saxon teutonic images of the peoples of the Sudan 1772-1881 African Studies Seminar Paper no. 6, Sudan Research Unit, University of Khartoum (Khartoum, 1969)
African affairs. Journal of the Royal African Society 101. 52 (including an article on Sir Douglas Newbold, p.188) ([London], 1953)
Aguda, O.: The Nigerian approach to politics African Studies Seminar Papers no. 2, Sudan Research Unit, University of Khartoum (Khartoum, [196-])
Amery, H.F.S., English-Arabic vocabulary for the use of officials in the Anglo-Egyptian Sudan (Cairo, 1905)
Association Des Études Grecques: Bulletin photographique des sommaires et comptes- rendus bibliographiques des périodiques français et étrangers Dec 1936 - May/Jun 1937 (3v)
Bacon, G.H.: “Education”, repr. from Agriculture in the Sudan ch 13, including a section on the School of Agriculture of Gordon Memorial College (1948)
Bakht er Ruda, 1934-1944
Bakht al-Ruda no.1, Oct 1948
An English translation of the Bakht er Ruda magazine no.1 1948
Bakht er Ruda: 20 years old (Khartoum, 1954)
Bowers, H., Notes on Uganda Cathedral (S.P.C.K., London [1938?])
British survey v.8, no.4 “The Anglo-Egyptian Sudan” ([London], 1947)
British Information Services: The Anglo-Egyptian Sudan (1947)
Cameron, A., “Inscriptions relating to sacral manumission and confession”, repr. from The Harvard Theological Review v.32, no.3, Jul 1939
Campbell, W.K.H., Report on co- operative possibilities in the Sudan (Khartoum, [1946])
The church on the Upper Nile, v.2,no.13 ([London], Jan 1939)
C.M.S. newsletter no.165 (London, Oct 1954)
King's College Budo, Uganda, a C.M.S. school [19--]
Church Missionary Society, Gordon Memorial Sudan Mission: Southern Sudan mailbag nos 3,13,17 (1947, 1950-1951)
The classical quarterly v.31, no.2 (London, Apr 1937)
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