Kelly, H.H.
Introduction
Harry Holdsworth Kelly
Arrangement

Catalogue
1. Personal Papers
(i) Commissions and Decorations
(ii) Papers relating to Captain Kelly's death
2. Diaries and Trek Notes
3. Photogaphic Material
(i)Albums
(ii) Loose Photographs
4. Newspaper Cuttings
Reference code: GB-0033-SAD
Title: Kelly, H.H.
Dates of creation: 1904-1914
Extent: 1 box
Held by: Durham University Library, Archives and Special Collections: Sudan Archive
Created by: material relating to service in the Sudan
Language: English

Harry Holdsworth Kelly

(1880-1914)

1899 Commissioned in Royal Engineers
1903 Seconded to Egyptian Army with rank of Bimbashi
1903-1908 Resident Engineer, Port Sudan
1908-1912 Director of Roads and Communications Section, Public Works Department, Khartoum
1911 Promoted to Kaimakam
1912 Beir Patrol Officer
1912-1913 Chief Commissioner, Sudan - Uganda Boundary Commission


Arrangement

1. Personal Papers
2. Diaries and Trek Notes
3. Photographic Material
4. Newspaper Cuttings

1. Personal Papers
(i) Commissions and Decorations
SAD.115/14/1-4
1908 Aug 7 and 1913 Feb 8
Royal licence from Edward VII to H.H.K. to accept and wear the insignia of the 4th class of the Imperial Order of the Osmanieh (`Osmaniye), and from George V to wear the insignia of the 3rd class of the Imperial Order of the Medjidieh.
SAD.430/8//15-17
1909 Jun 10
`Abd al-Hamid II brevet accompanying the conferment of the Order of the Osmanieh (`Osmaniye) on H.H.K.; envelopes. [1327 21 Jumada 1]
SAD.430/7/7-8
1911 Apr 13
`Abbas Hilmi brevet of commission promoting Bimbashi H.H. Kelly, RE to the rank of Kaimakam; envelope. [1329 1 Jumada 1]
Turkish, divani hand
(ii) Papers relating to Captain Kelly's death
SAD.132/7/1-18
1914 Oct 18 - 1915 Apr 8
Copy of presumably the last letter from H.H.K. (132/7/1); letters from his fellow officers, brother Theodore, colleagues in the Sudan and friends, with descriptions of his death and condolences (many of these are copies of the originals)(132/7/2-17); sketch of the site of H.H.K.'s grave (132/7/18).
SAD.132/7/19-23
1914 Oct 26 - 1915 Feb 7
Letters from Captain J.D. Kelly, HMS Dublin to Miss Hilda Kelly around the time of H.H.K.'s death, concerning the death, J.D. Kelly's own situation and family matters.
2. Diaries and Trek Notes
SAD.133/2/1-38
1909 May 30 - Jun 21
Trek diary / route report, for reconnaissance trek in Kordofan covering Eliri (see note), Talodi (133/2/4-5), Kadulgi (133/2/15), Dilling (133/2/26), El Obeid (133/2/32) and Ed Dueim (133/2/37). Contains descriptions of the road and surrounding countryside, details of the journey and some information about local people. Daily.
[Notes: continuation of earlier notebook (no longer extant) - opens on leaving Eliri; contains note to say left Ed Dueim Jun 23 and arrived Khartoum Jun 24 (133/2/38)]
SAD.133/4/1-24
1912 Feb 24 - Mar 31
Diary for punitive trek with the Beir Patrol around Akobo Post on the Abyssinian border, with information on the Nuer tribe, countryside including River Pibor and various villages, and patrol activities en route and at posts. Details of encouters with Beirs and other local people are described. Daily.
[Notes: includes meeting with Beirs unlike those the patrol has been punishing, with whom H.H.K. thinks it will be possible to make peace (133/4/11)]
SAD.133/3/1-39
1912 Jul 6 - 25
Diary for trek with Beir Patrol around the Abyssinian border, based at Gore (133/3/1-22), en route to Gambeila (133/3/22-28) and based at Gambeila (133/3/29-39). Contains detailed discussions of the ivory and gun trades (e.g. 133/3/2-6), action / the situation in Abyssinia and policing of the frontier, information relating to raids throughout the area and details of the journey to Gambeila. Daily.
[Notes: William Thesiger, based at Adis Ababa, is mentioned throughout]
SAD.133/1/1-52
1912 Dec 10 - 1913 Apr 12
Diary of trek for the Sudan-Uganda Boundary Commission, a joint Commission by the Sudanese and Ugandan governments to delimit the Sudan-Uganda border, going as far as the Boma Plateau, but not completed. The diary contains survey information and descriptions of the countryside, details of local people encountered and an account of progress made. Daily.
[Notes: for MS reports from H.H.K. and final report on the boundary, see the Wingate papers, SAD/186; the diary has been published, see BLAKE, G.H. (ed.); Imperial Boundary Making: The Diary of Captain Kelly and the Sudan - Uganda Boundary Commission of 1913 ; O.U.P. 1997 (SudARef PK1648 KEL)]
SAD.133/1/1-3
1912 Dec 10 - 1913 Jan 18
Journey to Nimule.
SAD.133/1/5-20
1913 Jan 19 - Feb 13
Expedition in the Farajok District (for which the party split), ending at Madial.
SAD.133/1/20-22
1913 Feb 14 - 16
Stop in Madial
SAD.133/1/22-35
1913 Feb 17 - Mar 14
Expedition to Morongole and Dabosa Country, returning to Madial
SAD.133/1/35-38
1913 Mar 18 - 25
Reconnaissance trip to Lotoke, returning to Madial
SAD.133/1/38-52
1913 Mar 26 - Apr 12
Expedition to Boya and towards Boma as far as the Lotilleit River, during which the party is attacked by Dabosas (133/1/43, 133/1/50-52) and takes punitive action in response (133/1/44-45, 133/1/51-52)
3. Photogaphic Material
(i)Albums
SAD.A62/1-399
1904 - 1907 Jul
Album of photographs taken in Egypt, the Sudan and Sinai (also includes Europe) during H.H.K.'s years as Resident Engineer, Port Sudan. Includes pictures of other members of the Kelly family, Sudan Government officials, local people, construction work in Port Sudan and Sudanese countryside.
SAD.A62/1,3,12
Philae, Egypt
SAD.A62/2
Landing place - Wadi Halfa
SAD.A62/4
Aswan Dam with one of the locks open
SAD.A62/5
J.D. Kelly, East Africa
SAD.A62/6
W.A.H. Kelly, India (1905)
SAD.A62/7
Unidentified naval officers
SAD.A62/8-11,13
Karnak, Egypt
SAD.A62/14-24
Kordofan, including groups of dancing girls
SAD.A62/15
Camel Corps Company
SAD.A62/21
Percival, Egyptian Army [E.A.] officer, on camel-back
SAD.A62/22
A rakuba
SAD.A62/24
Tebeldi tree
SAD.A62/25-47
Sinai
SAD.A62/25
Typical scenery, south west of Sinai
SAD.A62/26
Monks in the convent of Mount Sinai
SAD.A62/27,36
St. Catherine's Convent, Mount Sinai
SAD.A62/28
Fort Nakhl
SAD.A62/29,41
Fort Neubbe in the Aqaba Gulf
SAD.A62/30
Arab soldier at Tor
SAD.A62/31
Coming out of Wadi Sheikh Attiyeh
SAD.A62/32
Approach road to the Convent
SAD.A62/33
Wadi El Deir, near the Convent
SAD.A62/34
St Catherine's Convent cemetery
SAD.A62/35
The summit of Wadi Hebran
SAD.A62/37
The Econome and Sacristan of the Convent of Sinai
SAD.A62/38
Meeting in Wadi Hebran
SAD.A62/39
Group at the Fort of Tor
SAD.A62/40
H.H.K.'s guide in the Convent
SAD.A62/42
Filling tanks in Wadi Attiyeh
SAD.A62/43
Camel man and Badawin girl
SAD.A62/44
Bulukbasha of Fort Neubbe
SAD.A62/45
Bulukbasha and camel men
SAD.A62/46
A group in Wadi Hebran
SAD.A62/47
Wadi Hebran
SAD.A62/48,49
J.D. Kelly on board H.M.S. Sutlej, Japan 1904
SAD.A62/50
H.M.S. Sutlej, Japan: Edwards, Hutchens, J.D. Kelly, Somerville
SAD.A62/51-56
Sinai
SAD.A62/51
Hasan and Gabr (servants)
SAD.A62/52
Naqb Hara, Wadi Hebran
SAD.A62/53
Badawin girl
SAD.A62/54
Fort Nakhl
SAD.A62/55
Bir Umm Shaqish - Wilderness of the Wanderings
SAD.A62/56
H.H.K.'s caravan near the Gulf of Aqaba
SAD.A62/57-66
Cairo
SAD.A62/57
The Holy Carpet and escort, Cairo
SAD.A62/58
Cavalry march past at the Mahmal Parade
SAD.A62/59,62
Al Azhar Mosque
SAD.A62/60
Artillery at the Mahmal Parade
SAD.A62/61
Infantry at the Mahmal Parade
SAD.A62/63,64
16th Battalion E.A.
SAD.A62/65
Seated group: Carey, Mrs Molyneux, Miss Carey, S.L. Cummins, E.S. Crispin (E.A. Medical Officer)
SAD.A62/66
The ghaffirs of the Mahmal etc
SAD.A62/67
Tahet El Sharkish, Damietta
SAD.A62/68
Damietta harbour
SAD.A62/69,71
The suq, Cairo
SAD.A62/70
Grand Hotel, Ras el Barr
SAD.A62/72
Group: Cummins, Carey, Mrs Molyneux, Miss Carey, H.H.K.
SAD.A62/73-76
Cairo
SAD.A62/73,74
Barrage at the Delta
SAD.A62/75
H.H. the Khedive at the Mahmal
SAD.A62/76
The suq at Cairo
SAD.A62/77-96
Early construction work at Port Sudan, Apr 1905
SAD.A62/77
Site before building work began
SAD.A62/78
The first buildings and jetty
SAD.A62/79
The first building completed in Port Sudan
SAD.A62/80
View from the harbour
SAD.A62/81
General offices
SAD.A62/82
The harbour and the S.G.S. Mukhbir
SAD.A62/83,84
Huts being erected on the site
SAD.A62/85
Campbell (E.A.) on 'Hubble-Bubble' (camel)
SAD.A62/86
Hadanduwahs in the Khor Mog
SAD.A62/87
Campbell, Jumbo (camel) and Adam
SAD.A62/88
H.H.K., Gabr and Jumbo
SAD.A62/89
Hadanduwah man and Campbell
SAD.A62/90
Huts, Port Sudan
SAD.A62/91
On the S.G.S. Mukhbir
SAD.A62/92
Hadanduwah women
SAD.A62/93
Typical Hadanduwah men
SAD.A62/94
The wells near Port Sudan
SAD.A62/95
H.H.K. and Campbell
SAD.A62/96
Hubble-Bubble (camel)
SAD.A62/97
A halt in the Khor Arba`at
SAD.A62/98
Hadanduwah cemetary
SAD.A62/99
M.R. Kennedy (Director of Works, Port Sudan) at 4am in the jabal
SAD.A62/100-106
Khor Arba`at
SAD.A62/107-114
Suakin
SAD.A62/107
Types of Hadanduwah men in Suakin
SAD.A62/108,110
The suq in Suakin
SAD.A62/109
Whittingham (E.A. Camel Corps) buying camels in Suakin
SAD.A62/111,114
Suakin - town and harbour
SAD.A62/112
Shata Gate, Suakin
SAD.A62/113
Members of the Camel Corps
SAD.A62/115-128
Port Sudan
SAD.A62/115
Group: Kennedy, Campbell, Barry
SAD.A62/116,119
Engineers' Mess
SAD.A62/117
Workshops
SAD.A62/118
The Time-bell and the Greek Quarter
SAD.A62/120
Trench well
SAD.A62/121
Sudanese huts
SAD.A62/122
H.H.K. on horseback
SAD.A62/123
Hasan and H.H.K.'s horse
SAD.A62/124
Breakfast in the jabal at 5am
SAD.A62/125
Parsons (E.A.) on horseback
SAD.A62/126
Labourers being ferried across the harbour at Port Sudan
SAD.A62/127
Port Sudan local engine
SAD.A62/128
Group outside Inspectors' Mess, 1906 Feb: Wilson, Parsons, R.M. Feilden (Administrator, Port Sudan), Crispin, Kennedy, H.H.K.
SAD.A62/129-138
Dem Gabr
SAD.A62/129
A diluka, awaiting arrival of the Sirdar, Sir Reginald Wingate
SAD.A62/130,131
Group of children in labourers' village
SAD.A62/132
Village scene
SAD.A62/133-138
Women's diluka
SAD.A62/139-142
Trek to Khor Arba`at
SAD.A62/139
C.E. Dupuis and H.H.K. on camel back
SAD.A62/140
Shidding camels for Khor Arba`at
SAD.A62/141
Starting out for Khor Arba`at with Dupuis, Feb 1906
SAD.A62/142
Watering near Khor Arba`at
SAD.A62/143-152
Area around Port Sudan
SAD.A62/143,146
Group of Hadanduwahs outside Port Sudan
SAD.A62/144
Three typical Hadanduwah men near Port Sudan
SAD.A62/145
Evictions fron the old native village near Port Sudan
SAD.A62/147
Group of Sudanese women
SAD.A62/148
Watering the camels
SAD.A62/149
Shilluk dance
SAD.A62/150
Women washing at the wells
SAD.A62/151
A parade of government labourers for medical inspection
SAD.A62/152
Khor Mog near the Bir Nafilyameit
SAD.A62/153-193
Port Sudan
SAD.A62/153
Parsons and Kennedy
SAD.A62/154
Part of the temporary town, Port Sudan, Jan 1906
SAD.A62/155
Feilden, Parsons and Crispin
SAD.A62/156
The Greek Quarter in the temporary town, Jan 1906
SAD.A62/157
The dredger at work
SAD.A62/158-162
Harbour works, Mar 1906
SAD.A62/158
The commencement of block-making
SAD.A62/159,161
The concrete mixer
SAD.A62/160
The warehouses, partly roofed, ?Mar 1906
SAD.A62/162
Beneini and Quista's dredger
SAD.A62/163
Making temporary quays, Feb 1906
SAD.A62/164
The 'Sheikh's Tomb' (the first building in Port Sudan) and the Starboard Light Jetty
SAD.A62/165
Temporary quays, with the Custom House offices
SAD.A62/166
Loading material for filling temporary quays
SAD.A62/167
Commencing the temporary quays west side
SAD.A62/168
Warehouses under construction
SAD.A62/169
Boat landing on Sanganeb Reef, taken from the S.S. Mukhbir
SAD.A62/170
Approaching the lighthouse works at Sanganeb, Apr 1906
SAD.A62/171
Barge building
SAD.A62/172
The coral reef at Sanganeb
SAD.A62/173
Temporary light at Sanganeb
SAD.A62/174
One of the first trains reaching Port Sudan from Atbara
SAD.A62/175,176
Launch of the first barge built at Port Sudan, Dec 1905
SAD.A62/177
The Department of Works offices
SAD.A62/178
S.S. Mukhbir
SAD.A62/179
Arabs at the well near Port Sudan
SAD.A62/180-193
Visit to Port Sudan by Lord Cromer and the Sirdar, Jan 1906
SAD.A62/180,184
Triumphal Arch, erected by the Greek Colony for Lord Cromer's visit
SAD.A62/181,182
Awaiting the arrival of the Sirdar
SAD.A62/183
Sir Vincent Corbett, Lord Cromer, the Sirdar
SAD.A62/185
Playing of the National Anthem during Lord Cromer and the Sirdar's visit
SAD.A62/186
The opening ceremony of the Railway
SAD.A62/187
Muhammad Ali Ahmad translating Slatin Pasha's speech into Handanduwah
SAD.A62/188
Inspection of the guard of honour
SAD.A62/189,192
Lord Cromer making his speech
SAD.A62/191
Naval guard of honour - H.M.S. Diana
SAD.A62/193
The Sirdar starting out for his inspection of the town in the Sirdar's car
SAD.A62/194,197
Khor Arba`at, Aug 1905
SAD.A62/195
Khor Arba`at near the proposed site of the dam
SAD.A62/196
H.H.K. on horseback
SAD.A62/198
H.M.S. Diana at Port Sudan, Jan 1906
SAD.A62/199
The Mudiriyah under construction
SAD.A62/200
Inspector's Mess, Port Sudan
SAD.A62/201
Hadanduwahs watching cricket being played
SAD.A62/202
Feilden going shooting
SAD.A62/203
Mackworth (E.A.)
SAD.A62/204
Captain Williams, S.S. Mahallah, Oct 1906
SAD.A62/205
Crispin and Feilden on the roof of the school
SAD.A62/206
Feilden and Draper going shooting
SAD.A62/207
Dr V.S. Hodson, Sudan Medical Department
SAD.A62/208-213
Raising of the 90ft leading light tower, Dec 1906
SAD.A62/214,215
View of Port Sudan from the roof of the school
SAD.A62/216
The base of the leading light tower
SAD.A62/217
The temporary town and first bungalows
SAD.A62/218
The 90ft leading light tower
SAD.A62/219
Bungalows under construction
SAD.A62/220
Barracks (1/2 Battalion Block)
SAD.A62/221
The Mudiriyah and the Post Office
SAD.A62/222
The Post Office
SAD.A62/223
The school, temporarily used as barracks
SAD.A62/224
A street in the temporary town
SAD.A62/225
'Hotel des Etrangers' - the guest building?
SAD.A62/226
View from the top of the schools
SAD.A62/227
Angelo Capato's store
SAD.A62/228
The Mudiriyah nearing completion
SAD.A62/229
View across the harbour - warehouses of customs and quay wall works
SAD.A62/230
Post Office and Mudiriyah
SAD.A62/231(a)
View of the leading light tower
SAD.A62/231(b)-248
Jebel Erba, Bayram celebrations 1906
SAD.A62/231(b),234
Preparing for a camel race
SAD.A62/232,235
A young warrior with shield and spears
SAD.A62/233,236
Beginning of a fight with spears
SAD.A62/237,239
'Sword versus spear' - warriors carrying weapons
SAD.A62/238
Solo dance with spear
SAD.A62/240
Sword dance
SAD.A62/241
Onlookers at the races
SAD.A62/242,244
Group of Arabs with weapons
SAD.A62/243
The boys' race
SAD.A62/245
Two young Hadanduwah men
SAD.A62/246
Gordon's Gate, the Causeway, Suakin
SAD.A62/247
Arabs starting for the camel race
SAD.A62/248
Town square, Suakin
SAD.A62/249
Commencement of bridge over Port Sudan harbour
SAD.A62/250
The Golden Horn, Constantinople
SAD.A62/251
Boat slip at Port Sudan
SAD.A62/252
Entering the Piraeus, Greece
SAD.A62/253
British cruiser in the Piraeus (Royal yacht behind)
SAD.A62/254
The Piraeus
SAD.A62/255
Street scene in Constantinople
SAD.A62/256
Outside the station, St Sofia (Constantinople)
SAD.A62/257
The Piraeus, with the Parthenon and Acropolis in the distance
SAD.A62/258,259
Courtyard of the Blue Mosque, Constantinople
SAD.A62/260,261
Suakin
SAD.A62/262
The old tower at El Obeid, half destroyed by Dervishes
SAD.A62/263
Gebeit station, Nile - Red Sea Railway
SAD.A62/264
Camp at Sallom station
SAD.A62/265,266
Wayside stations on the Nile - Red Sea Railway
SAD.A62/267-287
Port Sudan
SAD.A62/267
The site, Mar 1906
SAD.A62/268,269
Ship alongside the temporary quay
SAD.A62/270
The first stone building in Port Sudan
SAD.A62/271
The temporary town, Sep 1906
SAD.A62/272
The Post Office and government headquarters building under construction
SAD.A62/273
Carrying stone from the quarries for the warehouses
SAD.A62/274
15 ton steam crane on the temporary quays, erected Oct 1906
SAD.A62/275
Group photograph taken outside the sports club, Port Sudan (?Public Works Department staff)
SAD.A62/276
Public Works Department bucket ladder dredger ('Nederland')
SAD.A62/277
Commencement of the rolling lift bridge over the harbour
SAD.A62/278
West abutment of the rolling lift bridge
SAD.A62/279
Back view of Post and Telegraph Office
SAD.A62/280
Back view of Mudiriyah
SAD.A62/281
Back view of Civil Hospital (under construction)
SAD.A62/282
135ft leading light tower, schools, and Zabtiyah(commencement)
SAD.A62/283
Civil Hospital
SAD.A62/284,287
Laying of the first block of the quay wall, Jan 1907 (panoramic view)
SAD.A62/285
Panoramic view near first length of quay wall (including electric cranes, Customs, Post and Quarantine offices, warehouses and dredger)
SAD.A62/286
Panorama of east side at the site of the first length of quay
SAD.A62/288
Cummins on horseback
SAD.A62/289
In the suq, Cairo
SAD.A62/290
Campbell, Feilden, H.H.K. and Collins, awaiting the arrival of Lord Cromer to visit the town, Jan 1906
SAD.A62/291
Street scene in Cairo
SAD.A62/292
Kennedy and Col. Friend outside the 'Jerry-Builders' Arms', Khartoum
SAD.A62/293
H.H. the Khedive and Lord Cromer at the King's Birthday Review, Abdin Square, Cairo 1904
SAD.A62/294
British troops outside Shepheard's Hotel, Cairo
SAD.A62/295
In the Suq El Nehas, Cairo
SAD.A62/296
The suq, Cairo
SAD.A62/297
Near the Pyramids of Gizeh during the floods
SAD.A62/298
Desert near the Gizeh Pyramids
SAD.A62/299
Temporary hospital, Port Sudan, Jan 1906
SAD.A62/300
Egyptian Officers' Mess, Military Hospital and barracks under construction
SAD.A62/301,304
Civil Hospital under construction
SAD.A62/302
Bungalows under construction
SAD.A62/303
Main block of prisons under construction
SAD.A62/305
Interior of the mosque of St Sofia, Constantinople
SAD.A62/306
H.M.S. Cornwallis, Killary Bay Jul 1907
SAD.A62/307
View of the gallery in the mosque of St Sofia, Constantinople
SAD.A62/308
H.M.S. Cornwallis ; battle practice off Portland
SAD.A62/309
J.D.Kelly's cabin, H.M.S. Cornwallis
SAD.A62/310
View of Bosporus Straits, Turkey
SAD.A62/311
Stambul, the Golden Horn and Pera (Constantinople)
SAD.A62/312-367
The Netherlands
SAD.A62/312,313
Amsterdam, Jul 1907 (canals)
SAD.A62/314-316
Volendam (local people)
SAD.A62/317
Dordrecht
SAD.A62/318-322
Amsterdam (canals)
SAD.A62/323-328
The Island of Marken (incl. local children)
SAD.A62/329-335
Volendam (boats, local people)
SAD.A62/336,337
Edam
SAD.A62/338
Volendam
SAD.A62/339,340
Edam
SAD.A62/341-346
Alkmaar
SAD.A62/347,350
Haarlem
SAD.A62/348
The Hague
SAD.A62/349
Delft
SAD.A62/351-353
Delft
SAD.A62/354-359
Dordrecht
SAD.A62/360,363
Monnickendam
SAD.A62/361
Marken women at Monnickendam
SAD.A62/362
Volendam
SAD.A62/364-367
Scheveningen beach
SAD.A62/364
H.H.K and young woman
SAD.A62/368
St Sofia, Constantinople
SAD.A62/369,372
House of Parliament, Budapest
SAD.A62/370
Suspension bridge, Budapest
SAD.A62/371
Tscharibrod - Bulgarian Frontier
SAD.A62/373
Soldiers at St Sofia
SAD.A62/374
Emperor's Palace, Budapest
SAD.A62/375
The Danube at Budapest
SAD.A62/376
Budapest (view of city)
SAD.A62/377
Ahmed Mosque and the Hippodrome, ?Cairo
SAD.A62/378-396
Construction of the rolling lift bridge over the harbour
SAD.A62/397
Bridge signal cabin and dockyard workshops
SAD.A62/398
Duke of Connaught watching the bridge being raised
SAD.A62/399
Rolling lift bridge, completed
SAD.A63/1-155
1912-1913 (and n.d.)
Album of photographs taken during H.H.K.'s time with the Sudan - Uganda Boundary Commission (A63/1-114) and as an officer with the Beir Patrol (A63/115-123), including pictures of colleagues, local tribes encountered and towns and countryside visited on trek, and Pibor and Akobo Posts. The album also contains Port Sudan photographs and postcards (A63/124-131), miscellaneous untitled pictures taken in Sudan (some copies of earlier items) and photographs of [Turkish] soldiers at the beginning of World War I (A63/143-153)
SAD.A63/1,2
Nile steamer
SAD.A63/3,4
12th Sudanese Escort Company leaving Mongalla
SAD.A63/5
H.J. Huddleston (E.A.), H.H.K., R.C.R. Owen (Governor of Mongalla Province), Dempster and H. Darley in camp opposite Rejaf
SAD.A63/6
Owen and J. Powell (E.A. Medical Corps) on march to Nimule A63/7 Group at Nimule: F.J.M. Postlethwaite (A.D.C., Acholi District), R.D. Anderson (Acting Provincial Commissioner, Buttinba), R. Bruce (E.A.), Weatherhead (A.D.C., Gondokoro, Uganda), H.A. Lilley (E.A.), H.H.K., Mrs Anderson and H.M. Tufnell (Uganda Commissioner)
SAD.A63/8
Bruce photographing Acholi at Padwat
SAD.A63/9
The Assua River
SAD.A63/10
Bruce and Lilley buying flour
SAD.A63/11
The Ateipi River
SAD.A63/12
Camp at Farajok
SAD.A63/13
People of Obbo hut-building
SAD.A63/14
View near the Bahr el Jebel
SAD.A63/15
Camp in Farajok
SAD.A63/16,17
Acholi women
SAD.A63/18
Acholi dance at Agoro
SAD.A63/19
Camp at Agoro (Lumoi's)
SAD.A63/20
Agoro
SAD.A63/21
Camp near Morongole
SAD.A63/22
'Little Willy' holding forth to Dodosi
SAD.A63/23
Watering camels at Unguluaka
SAD.A63/24
Rock basin in the bed of the Liyoro [Loyuro] River
SAD.A63/25-27
Dodosi men
SAD.A63/28
H.H.K.
SAD.A63/29
Palaver with Toposa at Kampi Morrokko (Lopur)
SAD.A63/30
Hunted giraffe ('A welcome addition to rations')
SAD.A63/31,32
Cutting up the giraffe
SAD.A63/33
View over the Kidepo valley from Aganamoi's
SAD.A63/34,35
Camp at Tumbo's village in Logire
SAD.A63/36
Chief Tumbo and his son
SAD.A63/37
The dry bed of the Kidepo River
SAD.A63/38
The Boya hills
SAD.A63/39
Digging for water in the bed of the Kidepo
SAD.A63/40
Near camp in the Boya hills
SAD.A63/41
'Forming up' after the attack on Boya
SAD.A63/42
Didinga prisoners
SAD.A63/43
Medical Corps orderlies during the attack on Boya
SAD.A63/44
Continuing the march after making friends with the Toposa
SAD.A63/45
Making friends with the Toposa
SAD.A63/46
Toposa women bringing flour for sale
SAD.A63/47
Toposa warriors
SAD.A63/48
Toposa women
SAD.A63/49
Marching down the Lotilleit River
SAD.A63/50
Group including Adam, 'Tweedle-Dee' and 'Charles I', the 'intelligence staff'
SAD.A63/51
March down the Lotilleit, harried by Toposa from Nyangeya
SAD.A63/52
Buying flour from Toposa
SAD.A63/53,55,56
Donkey transport
SAD.A63/54
Toposa guides
SAD.A63/57
F. de W. Harman (E.A.), Huddleston, H.H.K., Powell and Bruce
SAD.A63/58
Filling water containers on the march to Boma
SAD.A63/59
Crossing the Kuroni River
SAD.A63/60
Watering mules on the march from a rain pool
SAD.A63/61,64
View on the Boma Plateau
SAD.A63/62
A Kapeta village in Boma
SAD.A63/63
Cultivation in Boma
SAD.A63/65
Buying grain with camel meat
SAD.A63/66
Lomorro, Chief of Boma
SAD.A63/67
Grinding dhurah, Boma
SAD.A63/68
Kapeta women
SAD.A63/69
Camp watering-place, Boma
SAD.A63/70,71
Kapeta men
SAD.A63/72
Woman of Bale, with distinctive lip decoration
SAD.A63/73
Camels on the march
SAD.A63/74
The few remaining camels nearing Boma
SAD.A63/75
View near Bale
SAD.A63/76
A spring at one of the party's camps
SAD.A63/77
Zulimamu's people in Bale
SAD.A63/78
On the march along the Kuroni River
SAD.A63/79
Loading up on the march to Bale
SAD.A63/80
Gerazmak Mukurio and some of his attendants
SAD.A63/81
Gerazmak Mukurio and some of his force at Bale
SAD.A63/82
Fort at Boma, built as defence from the Anuaks
SAD.A63/83
The party's Abyssinian 'escort' in camp
SAD.A63/84
A midday halt
SAD.A63/85-92
Pibor Post
SAD.A63/86
R.W. Hutton, Lord R.E. Innes-Ker and Mabruk Afandi at Pibor Post
SAD.A63/89
The entrance to the fort, Pibor Post
SAD.A63/90
Beir cattle camp
SAD.A63/91
The Government farm, Pibor Post
SAD.A63/92
Beir cattle camp on the Kangen River
SAD.A63/93-100
Pibor River (June)
SAD.A63/95,96
Beir cattle grazing on the Pibor
SAD.A63/97
A fish-weir in the Pibor
SAD.A63/98
Beir man
SAD.A63/99
The Pibor River in early flood
SAD.A63/100
Beir women
SAD.A63/101-106,107
Akobo Post
SAD.A63/101
The Akobo River and Post
SAD.A63/102
Harimat lines, Akobo Post
SAD.A63/103
Group, including R.E.H. Bailey, ?R.G. Maclaine and Cummins
SAD.A63/104,105,107
Leaving Akobo Post
SAD.A63/106
Dinkas on the bank of the Sobat River
SAD.A63/108
A dug-out on the Sobat River
SAD.A63/109
Beir women
SAD.A63/110
Waterhole at Larua, Logire
SAD.A63/111
View near Morongole
SAD.A63/112
Road between Madial and Tereteinia
SAD.A63/113
In Toposa - 'Mordkin' and 'Charles I'
SAD.A63/114
At lunch on the march (H.H.K. and others)
SAD.A63/115-123
Beir Patrol 1912
SAD.A63/115
Dorein Pool on the Kangen River
SAD.A63/116
Crossing the Pibor
SAD.A63/117
Dinka carriers
SAD.A63/118
Beir women
SAD.A63/119
Dinkas watering at Amaj
SAD.A63/120
H.H.K. with a Beir prisoner at Ateir
SAD.A63/121
Dinkas drinking at Ainyangek
SAD.A63/122
Mounted infantry crossing the Pibor
SAD.A63/123
H.H.K.'s camp at Lokichar
SAD.A63/124
Coal handling plant, Port Sudan
SAD.A63/125
Giraffe on the plain
SAD.A63/126
The Mudiriyah, Port Sudan (G.N. Morhig, 238)
SAD.A63/127
The rolling lift bridge, Port Sudan
SAD.A63/128
The harbour at Port Sudan (G.N. Morhig, 236)
SAD.A63/129
Power Station, Port Sudan
SAD.A63/130
Quay and harbour at Port Sudan (G.N. Morhig, 237)
SAD.A63/131
Arrival of H.H. the Khedive in his yacht, the Mahrussa to open Port Sudan (G.N. Morhig, 241)
SAD.A63/132-155
Untitled
SAD.A63/132
Two unidentified men with camels
SAD.A63/133,134
Buildings and quays decorated for the opening of Port Sudan
SAD.A63/135
Group of Bija men
SAD.A63/136
Camels drinking
SAD.A63/137
Dead oryx, Red Sea Hills
SAD.A63/138,139
Encampment
SAD.A63/140,142
Bija group
SAD.A63/141
Red Sea Hills
SAD.A63/143-152
[Turkish] soldiers at the beginning of World War I
SAD.A63/153
Dinka group
SAD.A63/154
Toposa guides (copy of A63/54)
SAD.A63/155
Electric Power Station, Port Sudan (postcard of A63/129, G.N. Morhig, 239)
(ii) Loose Photographs
SAD.474/24/1-18
n.d.
SAD.474/24/1
The Mudiriyah (back view), Port Sudan
SAD.474/24/2
Road laying
SAD.474/24/3-11
Well construction
SAD.474/24/12-14
Warriors and tribespeople crossing bridge
SAD.474/24/15
Group of Toposa women and children
SAD.474/24/16,17
Unidentified Sudanese men
SAD.474/24/18
Unidentified men emerging from grasses on donkey back
4. Newspaper Cuttings
SAD.132/7/24-33
1914 Nov 21 - Dec
Photographs of H.H.K. (132/7/24,25) appearing after his death, and obituaries (132/7/26-30) [ Navy and Army, The Times]
SAD.132/7/31-32
1914 Nov 30 - Dec
Articles on the role of the Royal Engineers