Allison, Oliver Claude
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Oliver Claude ALLISON
Arrangement

Catalogue
1. Official Papers
(a) Church correspondence,1940-1989
(b) Church newsletters,1938-1989
(c) Church reports and minutes of interviews
(d) Papers of other Church institutions, 1923-1988
(e) Political papers, 1947-1987
2. Articles and Speeches
3. Historical Material
3
4. Photographic Material
2
(a) albums, 1938-1976
(b) loose photographs, 1933-1986
1
(c) slides, 1951-1984
(d) cinefilms, c1940 and later
Cinefilms, c1940 and later: colour
(e) videos
5. Audio Material
6. Maps
7. Miscellanea
8. Museum Objects
9. Newspaper Cuttings and Press Releases
Printed material
Reference code: GB-0033-SAD
Title: Allison, Oliver Claude
Dates of creation: 1913-1989
Extent: 22.5 boxes
Held by: Durham University Library, Archives and Special Collections
Created by: material relating to service in the Sudan
Language: English

Oliver Claude ALLISON

(1908-1989)

1930 B.A., Queens' College Cambridge
1931 M.A. Ridley Hall Cambridge
1932-1936 Curate of Fulwood, Sheffield
1936-1938 Curate of St. John, Boscombe, and Joint Secretary of the Winchester Diocesan Council of Youth
1938-1947 C.M.S. Missionary at Juba, Equatoria Province
1948-1953 Assistant Bishop in the Sudan
1953-1974 Bishop in the Sudan
1974 Retired
1974-1989 Archbishop's Senior Representative and Travelling Secretary, and later Patron, of the Sudan Church Association

Publications: A Pilgrim Church's Progress (1966), Through Fire and Water (1976), Travelling Light (1983)


Arrangement

1. Official Papers
(a) Church correspondence
(b) Church newsletters
(c) Church reports and minutes of interviews
(d) Papers of other Church institutions
(e) Political papers
2. Articles and Speeches
3. Historical Material
4. Photographic Material
(a) albums
(b) loose photographs
(c) slides
(d) cinefilms
(e) videos
5. Audio Material
6. Maps
7. Miscellanea
8. Museum Objects
9. Newspaper Cuttings and Press Releases
10. Printed Material

Catalogue
1. Official Papers
(a) Church correspondence,1940-1989
SAD.802/3/1-125; 802/4/1-127
1940-1945
Letters from C.F.L. Bertram to his brother from the C.M.S. station amongst the Nuer at Juaibor on Zeraf Island, and (from 15 May 1944) from Wang Lel on the Zeraf River. They include accounts of medical and educational work, as well as of the progress of conversions, including an account of his arrival and a description of Juaibor (802/3/5-7), the first harvest festival service (802/3/49-51), the perceived pride and indiscipline of the Nuer helpers in the hospital (802/3/56-57), an educational conference at Malakal (802/3/117), a mission conference at Juba (802/4/3-6), a walking trip to Ler station (802/4/22-26), problems with gambling and theft (802/4/27-37,83-85), the search for a new mission station site (802/4/92-95), and the visit of Dr Anderson, the Secretary of the C.M.S. Medical Committee (802/4/103-105)
SAD.809/1/1-97; 804/9/1-3
1946-1966
Correspondence between the Church and the government, concerning especially the deteriorating position of the Episcopal Church of the Sudan (E.C.S.) since independence i.e. the need for government approval of religious schools, the closure of the C.M.S. Bookshop, and the deportation of missionaries; correspondence concerning the southern problem
SAD.809/1/95-97
1946 May 22
Letter from Morris Gelsthorpe (Bishop in the Sudan) to the Civil Secretary concerning converts to Christianity from Islam, calling for greater freedom of conscience
SAD.809/1/1-5
1946 Dec 5-1947 Jan 21
Correspondence between the Governor of Equatoria, the D.C. and Morris Gelsthorpe concerning the case of Elizabeth Kuranok, who was forced to marry against the Church's rules
SAD.809/1/11-12
1956 Nov 15
Letter from Oliver Allison to the D.C. Yei complaining that a ma`mur has entered a church at Leikor and disrupted the service
SAD.809/1/16
1959 Aug 13
Letter from the Governor of Equatoria to leading Church figures, widening the definition of religious schools which require government approval to include seminaries and those instructing catechumens
SAD.809/1/18-21
1959 Sep 15-Dec 29
Letter from Allison to the Ministry of the Interior explaining what is meant by a catechumen, with reply
SAD.809/1/26-27, 29
1960 Feb 15-Mar 17
Petition from the Southern Sudan Archdeaconry Council asking for the government to reconsider its decision to deny Christians Sunday as a day of rest, with replies from the Governor of Equatoria accusing them of a "hostile action"
SAD.809/1/46-48
1961 Apr 16
Reply from the Ministry of the Interior to a memorandum from leading churchmen, presenting the official government response to complaints concerning freedom of religion
SAD.804/9/1-3; 809/1/66-67
1964 Mar 5-16
Letter from Allison to the Minister of the Interior requesting that certain missionaries be exempted from deportation, with reply
SAD.804/9/4-7
1964 May 25-27
Papers concerning the state visit to Britain of General Abbud
SAD.809/1/82-86
1965?
Memorandum from the Southern Front to the Prime Minister, complaining that the government is going back on its promises to solve the southern problem
SAD.809/1/90-91
1966 Aug 18
Notes of a meeting called by the Minister of the Interior for the heads of the Churches, concerning freedom of religion and the refugee problem in the south
SAD.809/1/92-93
1966 Aug 20
Letter from Allison to the Minister of the Interior asking for permission to visit the southern Sudan in order to carry out confirmations
SAD.804/8/1-82
1962-1963
Correspondence between Allison, Martin Parr, Max Warren, Christopher Cook, Sir Kenneth Grubb and the Archbishop in Jerusalem, concerning the Missionary Societies Act and the course of action to be taken in response to it, with the text of the Act (804/8/1-5) and a statement concerning the Act issued by the Ministry of the Interior (804/8/6-7)
SAD.809/11/1-33
1967-1969
Correspondence concerning the Sudanese church in exile in Uganda, the appointment of Marian Hepplestone as the Principal of Unity High School, and other Church matters including:
SAD.809/11/4-5
1967 Mar 29
Letter from the C.M.S. Africa Secretary to Allison, concerning his conversation with John and Dorothy Lowe about theological training for the Sudanese priests in exile in Uganda
SAD.809/11/30-32
1969 Jan 8-11
Bishop's Charge delivered by Allison to the Sudan Diocesan Board
SAD.809/11/33
1969 Apr 28-May 1
Confidential report from the E.C.S. literature consultation, concerning the supply lines for Christian literature into the Sudan
SAD.809/2/1-91
1971-1972
Correspondence concerning the Sudanese Church in exile in Uganda, the closure of Khartoum cathedral by the government, and the Addis Ababa peace agreement
SAD.809/2/11-19
1971 Mar 17-20
Correspondence of Allison with Max Warren (Canon and Sub-Dean of Westminster), Terry Waite, and the Dean of Studies concerning training courses for the clergy amongst the Sudanese Church in exile
SAD.809/2/26-30
1971 May 11
Letter from the Archbishop in Jerusalem to Allison concerning talks with General Amin about the Sudanese refugees in Uganda, training courses for the clergy, and "reflections on a meeting of a Kampala Committee on SAD.7-8 May 1971 with three delegates taking part in a World Council of Churches/All Africa Council of Churches delegation to Khartoum, invited by the Sudan Government"
SAD.809/2/32
1971 Jun 7
Letter from the Publicity Secretary of the C.M.S. to Allison with a copy of an article by Allison on the Church in exile in Uganda
SAD.809/2/50-55; 809/2/60-67
1971 Nov 11-Dec 28
Series of letters from Allison to the Archbishop in Jerusalem and others concerning the extended closure of Khartoum cathedral
SAD.809/2/68
1972 Apr 26
Letter to Max Warren concerning the implementation of the Addis Ababa peace agreement and the rejection of Joseph Lagu by the Anya Nya
SAD.809/2/81-82
1972 Dec 14
Letter from Allison to Max Warren, concerning the erection of a spiked wall around Khartoum cathedral
SAD.812/6/1-43
1972-1974
Correspondence of Allison with Sir Louis Mbanefo, Henry Okullo (Provost of Nairobi cathedral), Dr John Mbiti (Professor of Theology at Makerere University, Kampala), and Bishop John Howe (Secretary- General of the Anglican Consultative Council), concerning the drafting of a constitution for the newly independent province of the Sudan, with their suggestions
SAD.809/3/1-112
1973 Jan-May
Correspondence concerning Church affairs, finances, and visits made by Allison to preach about the Sudan, including:
SAD.809/3/5
1973 Jan 13
Letter from Allison to Max Warren concerning the possibility that the cathedral may at some future date be re-opened
SAD.809/3/47
1973 Apr 10
Letter from Jim Wilson discussing Allison's future role in the Sudan Church Association
SAD.809/3/91
1973 May 12
Letter from Allison to Louise Ryder, concerning his post-retirement role of maintaining links between the Sudan and English parishes
SAD.809/3/103
1973 May 22
Letter from Ephraim Natana (Provost of Khartoum cathedral) informing Allison that he has set up a council for the English-speaking congregation, and of the latest news of the closed cathedral
SAD.809/4/1-88
1973 Jun-Dec
Correspondence concerning personal and Church matters: personnel, finances, and the work of the Sudan Church Association:
SAD.809/4/4-6
1973 Jun 2
Letter sent by Allison to the Church Information Office, containing a resumé of his career
SAD.809/4/19-20
1973 Jun 6
Letter from Allison to the "Friends of St. James'", concerning his resignation
SAD.809/4/24
1973 Jun 7
Letter from Allison to the Director of the T.E.A.R. Fund, concerning the Archbishop in Jerusalem's appeal in aid of the returned pastors in the south
SAD.809/4/27-30
1973 Jun 8
Letter from Allison to The Church Times, with a summary of the main points dealt with by the Annual Meeting of the Sudan Church Association, including Allison's announcement of his resignation
SAD.809/4/83-84
1973 Sep 8
Letter from Allison describing the events leading up to the imposition of the state of emergency
SAD.809/5/1-65
1974
Correspondence concerning the work of "Joint Action for Christian Literature Overseas" (J.A.C.L.O.), Allison's retirement and his C.B.E., and the finances of the Diocese of the Sudan:
SAD.809/5/6-7
1974 Feb 10
Farewell letter of Allison to all bishops and pastors of the E.C.S.
SAD.809/5/21, 28-30
1974 Apr 30-May 21
Correspondence between Allison and Sapana Bennsion, the Provincial Treasurer, concerning Allison's request for financial information relating to the Diocese of the Sudan
SAD.809/6/1-84
1975-1977
Correspondence concerning finances, J.A.C.L.O., the Sudan Church Association, and personnel matters:
SAD.809/6/14-16
1975 Feb 22
Letter from Sapana Bennsion to Peter Hogg (Honorary Treasurer of C.M.S.) with the figures for projected expenditure in 1975
SAD.809/6/37
1975 Jul 17
Letter from Allison to the Archbishop of Central Africa, on the Sudan having been made a "Partner in Mission" with his Province
SAD.809/6/52-53
1977 Mar 26
Letter from Allison to the Principal of Bishop Gwynne College with a brief history of the college
SAD.809/6/61
1977 Apr 5
Letter from Allison to all of his fellow Archbishop's Commissaries with an agenda for their meeting on 15 April 1977
SAD.809/6/83-84
1977 Dec 21
Letter from Seme Solomona informing all Partners in Mission of the recent developments regarding Bishop Gwynne College
SAD.809/7/1-66
1978
Correspondence with Seme Solomona concerning his plans to be an evangelist, with Sapana Bennsion over finances and John Malou Ater's plane crash, and with Jim Sutton (Administrative Secretary of J.A.C.L.O.) concerning the "Feed the Minds" project
SAD.809/7/1-2, 11
1978 Jan
Letter from Seme Solomona to Allison, concerning the problems of Bishop Gwynne College, with reply
SAD.809/7/3
1978 Feb 6
Letter from the Bishop of Southwell to Allison expressing his interest in forming a link between the Diocese of Southwell and the Province of the Sudan
SAD.809/7/4
1978 Feb 18
Letter from Seme Solomona to Allison explaining his desire to become an evangelist, and how he needs a motorcycle for travelling
SAD.809/7/6-8
1978 Mar 13
Open letter from Sapana Bennsion, concerning his tour round the dioceses to discuss their finances and to ensure adequate record-keeping
SAD.809/7/46-49
1978 Sep 15
Appeal letter from Sapana Bennsion on behalf of the C.M.S. Scholarship Fund, with a statement of account (March 1977 to August 1978)
SAD.809/8/1-98
1979
Correspondence concerning J.A.C.L.O. with Jim Sutton, John Malou Ater's hospital treatment, personnel matters, the Southwell-Sudan Link, finances, and relief aid to the refugees in the southern Sudan
SAD.809/8/5, 11
1979 Feb 5-9
Letter from Allison to the Bishop of Southwell, concerning the possibility of a Link between the Diocese of Southwell and the Province of the Sudan, with reply
SAD.809/8/33-34
1979 Apr 5-17
Letter from the Bishop of Southwell informing Allison that his Diocesan Board intends to give its 1980 Confirmation Alms to the Sudan Church Association, and that the question of a link is still under review, with reply
SAD.809/8/35-36, 46
1979 Apr 25-May 14
Letter from Albert Brown (Canon of Southwell) concerning the Confirmation Alms Project, with Allison's reply
SAD.809/8/68
1979 Jul 20
Letter from Seme Solomona to Allison outlining various problems and confusions within the E.C.S. to which he proposes evangelism as an answer
SAD.809/8/96-98
1979 Dec 25
Photograph of the Church of the Good Shepherd at Christmas
SAD.809/9/1-84
1980
Correspondence concerning E.C.S. finances (with Sapana Bennsion and Peter Hogg), the E.C.S. Literature Programme, the Sudan-Southwell Link, the illness of Butrus Shukai (Bishop of Omdurman), and Seme Solomona's desire for evangelical renewal
SAD.809/9/1-5
1980
Draft account of the E.C.S. Diocesan Fund for 1979
SAD.809/9/8-9
1980 Jan 29
Letter from Albert Brown to Allison with a Confirmation Alms Project leaflet
SAD.809/9/12-14
1980 Feb 11
Proposed Provincial budget for the E.C.S. for 1980
SAD.809/9/23-24
1980 Apr 4-May 11
Letter from Benjamina Yugusuk (Bishop of Rumbek) to Allison, concerning a confirmation tour in Moru Archdeaconry, and other Church achievements
SAD.809/9/40
1980 Aug 14
Letter from Seme Solomona informing Allison that a renewal is needed in the E.C.S.
SAD.809/9/53
1980 Sep 27
Letter from John Brown (Archdeacon of Berkshire) to Allison, commenting on the "patriarchal tendencies" exhibited by Elinana Ngalamu (Archbishop of the Sudan)
SAD.809/9/81-84
1980 Dec
Open letter from Michael Lugör in Juba, concerning the Kagwada Rural Development Project and the refugees from Uganda
SAD.812/11/1-20
1980-1987
Correspondence between Allison, Yeremaya Dotiro (Bishop of Yambio) and Joseph Marona (Assistant Bishop of Yambio), concerning news of the growth of the church in the diocese of Yambio
SAD.809/10/1-68
1981
Correspondence concerning the Ugandan refugees relief fund, the illness of Butrus Shukai, news of Bishop Gwynne College (from the Principal, Benaiah Poggo), and financial matters
SAD.809/10/13-16
1981 Mar 15
Budget of the Province of the E.C.S. for 1981
SAD.810/1/1-115
1982
Correspondence concerned with the illness of Butrus Shukai, financial matters, and the Ugandan refugees in the southern Sudan
SAD.810/1/1-3
1982 Jan 8
Letter from Butrus Shukai to Allison concerning the Appeal for the Primary School Building Fund of the E.C.S. Girls' School, Omdurman
SAD.810/1/51-52
1982 Aug 31
Letter from Noël White to Allison with a copy of the memo concerning the next meeting of the House of Bishops
SAD.810/1/72-81
1982 Oct 23
Copy of a letter written to The Times by the Ugandan refugees in the southern Sudan
SAD.810/1/89-90
1982 Nov 4
Letter from Allison to the British Council of Churches concerning the Ugandan refugees in the Sudan
SAD.810/1/114-115
1982?
Letter from Allison to Sudanow concerning the creation of the Diocese in 1945, and his own actions during the period after the closure of Khartoum cathedral
SAD.810/2/1-93
1983
Correspondence concerning Butrus Shukai, finances, and the dedication of Khartoum cathedral
SAD.810/2/7-9
1983 Jan 19
Letter from Seme Solomona to Allison with his report on the Sudan Mission (18-31 Oct 1982)
SAD.810/2/15
1983 Mar 16
Open letter from John Brown with the itinerary for the visit of Butrus Shukai in April
SAD.810/2/60-66
1983 Oct 7
Letter from Peter Dewey to the General Secretary of the Interfaith Association, with a letter and report by Dr. Khalid on the persecution of a Muslim reform movement in the Sudan
SAD.810/2/69-70, 79
1983 Oct 25-Nov 18
Letter from Allison to the Archbishop of Canterbury covering a copy of the petition [now missing] sent by leading Sudanese churchmen to the President following the imposition of the sharia law on all citizens of the Sudan, with the Archbishop's reply
SAD.810/2/75
1983 Nov 5
Letter from Allison to the Communications Secretary of C.M.S. concerning Dr. Khalid's report and the current situation in the Sudan
SAD.810/2/84-87
1983 Dec 3
Letter from Allison to the Sudan Prayer Fellowship with two articles for inclusion in the prayer letter: "Bishop Oliver's visit to Khartoum" and " sharia law for all citizens"
SAD.810/3/1-111
1984
Correspondence dealing with finances, the T.E.A.R. Fund (with David Applin, Director of Overseas Personnel), the work of A.C.R.O.S.S., and the health of Butrus Shukai
SAD.810/3/34
1984 Feb/Mar
C.M.S. open letter especially concerning Members Councils
SAD.810/3/81-83
1984 Jul 7
Letter from Allison to the Sudan Church Review, with two articles for publication: "letter from Bishop Oliver Allison" and "the Dinka church today"
SAD.810/4/1-103
1985
Correspondence concerning the death of Butrus Shukai, financial matters, and the appointment of personnel
SAD.810/4/13-14
1985 Jan
Open letter from Allison
SAD.810/4/41-42
1985 Apr
Newsletter from Roger and Josileni Sharland from Mundri concerning A.C.R.O.S.S. agricultural work and other news
SAD.810/4/63-65
1985 Aug 16
Letter from Manasseh Dawidi (Assistant Bishop of Juba) informing Allison of the news of the famine and of the Pastors' Spiritual Renewal seminar
SAD.810/5/1-104
1986
Correspondence concerning the S.C.A. (with Brian Carlisle, Honorary Covenants Secretary), the situation in the Diocese of Khartoum (with Bulus Idris Tia and Samir Bulus Idris), finances (with John Hunter, Honorary Treasurer, and Sapana Bennsion), the Review (with Dr Arthur Casson), and other matters with Benjamina Yugusuk, Seme Solomona and Astrid Hansen
SAD.810/5/1
1986 Jan 1
Letter from Brian Carlisle to Allison, admitting that Allison is still the S.C.A.'s real link with the Sudan
SAD.810/5/7
1986 Jan 7
Letter from Allison to Brian Carlisle, discussing further his position within the S.C.A.
SAD.810/5/9-12
1986 Jan 10
Letter from Allison to the Review, with an article on "Church news to date"
SAD.810/5/23
1986 Feb 10
Open letter from Elinana Ngalamu concerning the famine
SAD.810/5/24-26
1986 Feb 11
Copy of a letter from Samir Bulus Idris to Elinana Ngalamu, urging him to restore his family's honour in the face of those opposed to the election of his father, Bulus Idris Tia, as Bishop of Khartoum
SAD.810/5/27
1986 Feb/Mar
Joint letter to Elinana Ngalamu calling on him to retire
SAD.810/5/31-32
1986 Mar 11
Letter from Allison to Miss Cooper (Honorary Secretary of the S.C.A.), with a report for the next executive meeting on the condition of the E.C.S.
SAD.810/5/43
1986 Apr 15
Link Letter No.10, from John Atkins, with news of Maridi
SAD.810/5/51-53
1986 Jun 9
Letter from Samir Bulus Idris to Rachel Hassan, concerning the lack of a Bishop in the diocese of Khartoum
SAD.810/5/65
1986 Jun
Prayer letter from Derek and Jane Waller in Yei
SAD.810/5/78-79
1986 Sep 5
Letter from Bulus Idris Tia to Allison concerning affairs in the diocese of Khartoum
SAD.810/5/80-81
1986 Sep 8
Letter from Ephraim Natana to John Brown commenting upon the divisions within the diocese of Khartoum
SAD.810/5/82
1986 Sep 22
Link Letter No.23, from Andrew and Susan Wheeler, with news of Mundri and Bishop Gwynne College
SAD.810/5/96-97
1986 Dec 1
Letter from Allison to the Archbishop of Canterbury, with news of Elinana Ngalamu's stroke and his incapacity to cope with the problems in the E.C.S.
SAD.810/6/1-92
1987
Correspondence concerning the split within the E.C.S.
SAD.810/6/1, 4
1987 Jan 2, 7
Letter from Allison to the Bishop of Bradford concerning Elinana Ngalamu's announcement that he intends to consecrate Bulus Idris Tia as Bishop of Khartoum, with reply
SAD.810/6/5-6
1987 Jan 13
Letter from Chris Hayward (Canon of Bradford Cathedral) to Allison concerning the state of confusion within the E.C.S., and commenting on the postponement of the consecration until after the Provincial Synod in February
SAD.810/6/28-29
1987 Mar 12
Letter from John Kanyikwa (Provincial Secretary, E.C.S.) to Samuel Van Cullin (Secretary General of the Anglican Consultative Council) concerning the meeting of the Third Ordinary General Synod of the E.C.S. (26 Feb-6 Mar 1987)
SAD.810/6/31
1987 Mar 14
Letter from Bulus Idris Tia to Allison concerning the Third Ordinary General Synod
SAD.810/6/33-34
1987 Mar 18
Letter from Manasseh Dawidi to Allison stating that Elinana Ngalamu has condemned the actions of his opponents as illegal
SAD.810/6/41
1987 Mar 31
General letter from Allison summarising the five letters he has received concerning the actions of Elinana Ngalamu
SAD.810/6/43-44
1987 Mar
Prayer letter from Derek and Jane Waller in Yei
SAD.810/6/52
1987 Apr 3
Letter from Allison to Manasseh Dawidi, replying to his letter of 18 Mar, commenting that he believes Elinana Ngalamu to be mentally ill
SAD.810/6/55-56
1987 Apr 30
Letter from Hilary Legali to Allison commenting on Elinana Ngalamu's attempt to introduce the political differences of the south into the church
SAD.810/6/57
1987 May 7
Letter from the Archbishop of Canterbury to Elinana Ngalamu urging him to resign
SAD.810/6/60-61
1987 May 13
Letter from Ephraim Natana to Allison commenting on how the situation in the E.C.S. has arisen through the mishandling of Elinana Ngalamu's retirement
SAD.810/6/72-73
1987 Aug 7
Letter from Ephraim Natana to Allison concerning the issue of Elinana Ngalamu's retirement and the consequent poor spiritual situation in the E.C.S.
SAD.810/6/75
1987 Aug 28
Letter from Allison to Ephraim Natana, commenting that Elinana should have retired after his stroke was diagnosed
SAD.810/6/78, 82
1987 Oct 29, Nov 6
Letter from Allison informing the Archbishop of Canterbury of the deterioration in the E.C.S., with reply
SAD.810/6/83
1987 Nov 12
Letter from Allison to the Archbishop of Canterbury discussing how best to effect Elinana Ngalamu's replacement
SAD.810/7/1-44
1988-1989
Correspondence concerning the actions of Elinana Ngalamu and the situation in the E.C.S.
SAD.810/7/2-3
1988 Jan 23
Letter from Bulus Idris Tia informing Allison of Elinana Ngalamu's illegal consecration of six bishops on 8 Jan, and of the election of his replacement Benjamina Yugusuk on 19 Jan
SAD.810/7/11-18
1988 Feb 10
The Archbishop of Canterbury's letter to the Primates of the Anglican Communion, stating that Benjamina Yugusuk has official support and that Elinana Ngalamu's recent consecrations are illegal; the statement of the E.C.S. House of Bishops is enclosed
SAD.810/7/29
1988 May 25
Letter from Bulus Idris Tia informing Chris Hayward of the riot in Khartoum cathedral on 22 May
(b) Church newsletters,1938-1989
SAD.802/9/1-13
1938-1939
Newsletters from Morris Gelsthorpe concerning mission work among the Zande, Moru, Bari, Dinka and Nuer, and on the outbreak of war
SAD.813/2/1-64; 813/7/1-39
1938-1989
Newsletters from the C.M.S. mission stations of the southern Sudan, including those sent out by Allison and Morris Gelsthorpe from Juba, and by E. John Collinson from Lui, between 1938 to 1946 (813/2/1-6), followed by compilations of despatches sent out by the Sudan Prayer Fellowship from 1968 to 1971, and from 1976 to 1989
SAD.813/8/1-106; 813/9/1-69
1935-1989
Newsletters from the C.M.S. mission stations of the Nuba Mountains, including those sent out by the original "Nuba Four" from 1935 to 1939 (813/8/1-51), followed by compilations of despatches sent out by the Nuba Mountains Prayer Fellowship from 1946 to 1974, and, edited by Rowena Stevenson, from 1981 to 1989
SAD.812/13/16, 30-33; 813/10/1-23, 31-41
1965-1989 (predominantly 1983-1989)
Miscellaneous newsletters from the C.M.S. and A.C.R.O.S.S., including those concerning the Salisbury-Sudan Link.
(c) Church reports and minutes of interviews
SAD.803/9, 11, 13; 804/1, 9; 812/7, 9, 10, 12, 13; 813/3-4
1936-1987 (predominantly 1960-1987)
Reports concerning the Church in the Sudan: the early Nuba Mountains mission, freedom of religion since independence, finances and accounts, development and aid, education, the sharia law, and the minutes of the 1973 Sudan Diocesan Synod (812/12/1-30, 812/13/32)
SAD.803/9/1-4
1936 Jan 10
Report on the general work of the Nuba Mountains station made to the annual conference of the Northern Sudan Mission
SAD.804/9/22
1936 Apr 22
Nuba Mountains mission accounts, 1934-36
SAD.803/9/39-40
1940 Jun
Morris Gelsthorpe's impressions of missionary progress in the Nuba Mountains
SAD.803/13/1-5
1940?
"The Sudan-yesterday and tomorrow", by Allison
SAD.803/9/5-9
1954 Mar-May
Extracts from newspapers and parliamentary proceedings concerning religion and the south
SAD.803/9/10-12
1954 Jun 6
Emergency in the Sudan", concerning government proposals to reduce or abolish missionary influence over education
SAD.803/9/53-71
1956
Report by E.G. Parry (Secretary of the Northern Sudan Mission) on the progress of Christianity in the Sudan from 1949 to 1956, with annual letters of the Northern Sudan mission (1951 and 1952), and including "three weeks in the Nuba Mountains and "some impressions of a visit to the southern Sudan" (Sep 1952)
SAD.803/13/6
1960 Feb
Southern Sudan Archdeaconry Council note on Christian marriage
SAD.803/9/13-16
1960 Dec 25-1961 Apr 16
Petition from church leaders to the President concerning freedom of religion, with reply
SAD.803/9/17
1961 Nov 24
"Report on incidents resulting in Mr G.D. Bennett leaving Lui station"
SAD.803/9/18-21
1961 Nov
"Background to conflict in Equatoria Province in general and Lui station in particular"
SAD.803/9/22-23 p
post 1961 Nov 21
"Memorandum on withdrawal of Mr G.D. Bennett's closed district permit"
SAD.803/13/8-9
1964 May 26
"Christians in the Sudan" by John Taylor (General Secretary of C.M.S.)
SAD.803/13/10-12
c. 1966
"The Church in the Sudan"
SAD.803/13/13-17
c. 1966
"Memorandum for members of the goodwill mission of the All Africa Conference of Churches" concerning the Sudan
SAD.803/9/41
1966
"The story of Bishop Gwynne College's destruction", by the Vice-Principal, Christopher Mame
SAD.804/9/9-11
1969 Jan 6-11
Bishop's Charge concerning the present situation
SAD.803/13/18-20
1970 Jun 20-27
"Visit to the Sudan", by John Gatu for the All Africa Conference of Churches Executive Committee meeting (21-23 Sep 1970)
SAD.803/9/42-45
1970 Sep 28
Report on the Church by Rachel Hassan, especially concerning finances and the Women's Group
SAD.803/13/25-28
1971 Jan 3-1972 Jan 3
Lists of books concerning the Sudan [in Italian]
SAD.804/1/1-3
1971 Jan 16-Apr 8
Minutes of the Kampala Conference, concerning the Sudanese Church in exile in Uganda, with lists of the clergy in Uganda, the Congo and the bush
SAD.803/9/24-25
1971 Mar 11
Appeal for financial aid for Sudanese Christians in exile in Uganda, from the Archbishop in Jerusalem
SAD.803/9/46-48
1971 Apr 28
Report of a meeting of the Nuba Mountains Prayer Fellowship
SAD.804/9/12-21
1971 May 7-8
Remarks presented at a meeting of the World Council of Churches and the All Africa Conference of Churches by the Episcopal Church Executive Committee concerning the southern Sudan
SAD.803/9/49-50
1971
Report by Butrus Shukai on the Northern Archdeaconry for 1971
SAD.803/13/21-24
post 1971
"Faith and good business": the progress of the mission in the south Sudan since 1950
SAD.803/13/29-31
1972 Feb 7
Open letter from Robert Vass concerning his appointment as co-ordinator of the relief effort in Uganda
SAD.803/9/51-52
1972
Report by Butrus Shukai on the Northern Archdeaconry for 1972
SAD.803/9/33-38
1973 Jan 31
Financial statements for Sudan aid projects carried out by the Medical Council for Refugees, 16 Sep 1972-31 Jan 1973
SAD.803/9/26-32
1973 Mar
"A report of the church's programme of aid to the Sudan as seen from east Africa", by Robert Vass
SAD.812/12/1-30
1973 Nov 1-8
Minutes of the 1973 Sudan Diocesan Synod (812/12/1-13) with the texts of the Bishop's address (812/12/14-15), Sayed Hilary Logale's address (812/12/12/16-19), the Bishop's Charge (812/12/20-22), the report of the Northern Archdeaconry (812/12/23), revised rules on baptism and marriage (812/12/24-25), and a report on agricultural production in the church economy (812/12/26-30)
SAD.803/13/32
1973 Nov
Amendments to the Diocesan Constitution made at the Diocesan Synod
SAD.803/13/33
post 1973
"Lukura church building project"
SAD.813/3/1
1974 Aug
Sudan Literature Development Proposals by Jim Sutton
SAD.813/3/2-6
1976 Dec 6
Theological Training by Extension programme
SAD.813/3/7-8
c. 1976
Memorandum on a partnership scheme for Michael Lugör as a student at Queen's University and Assemblys College
SAD.813/3/9
1976
A brief history of the E.C.S. until 1976
SAD.813/3/10-14
1976 Oct 11
Description and outline history of the E.C.S.
SAD.813/3/15-16
1977
Anti-Christian propaganda produced by the Islamic Thought Society of the University of Omdurman
SAD.813/3/17-19
1977 Apr 13
Minutes of a meeting of E.C.S. Commissaries
SAD.813/3/20-22
1977
E.C.S. diocesan fund accounts for 1 Jan-30 Jun 1977, by Sapana Bennsion
SAD.813/3/23-29
1978 Dec 31
E.C.S. accounts for 1978
SAD.813/3/30-33
1979 Jan
Feed the Minds/J.A.C.L.O. report of a visit to the Sudan made by Jim Sutton and G.R. Lunn in 1978
SAD.813/3/34-35
1979 Jun 1-1980 Jul 31
Statement of receipt and disbursements for Bishop Gwynne College, with comments
SAD.812/9/1-26
1979-1983 Dec
Papers concerning the Dinka Congregation, Khartoum: annual reports for 1979 and 1983, and documents concerning a project to promote financial self-reliance
SAD.813/3/47-48
1980 Mar 15-Apr 13
Report on a visit to the Nuba Mountains, Dongola Province and Khartoum made by Dorothy Dykes (Regional Secretary for Africa of the Mission Overseas Committee)
SAD.812/10/1-16
1980
Sudan Council of Churches Relief Department progress report
SAD.813/3/36-38
1980-1981
List of E.C.S. clergy
SAD.813/3/40
pre May 1981
Appeal concerning the E.C.S. Girls' School Omdurman, by Butrus Shukai
SAD.813/3/39
1981 Jul
List of the clergy of Omdurman diocese
SAD.813/3/41
1981
Nuba Mountains Fellowship accounts for 1981
SAD.813/3/42-45
1982 Dec 16
Notes of a meeting of the British Council of Churches Uganda group
SAD.813/3/46
1982
Nuba Mountains Fellowship accounts for 1982
SAD.812/13/1-10
1983-1989
Order of the service of thanksgiving on the 10th anniversary of the Salisbury/Sudan Link
SAD.813/4/1
1983 Jun 13
Notes on a conversation with Stewart King concerning the situation in the southern Sudan
SAD.812/7/1-23
1983 Sep 18
The order of service for the consecration of Khartoum cathedral, and the address given by Allison
SAD.813/4/104-107
1983 Sep 21
"Petition to President Nimeiri on the introduction of the sharia law" from church leaders
SAD.813/4/4-9
1983 Sep 23
Open letter from Archbishop G.Z. Wako "on the new penal code"
SAD.813/4/10-34
1983 Sep
"Sudan Notes and Comments"
SAD.812/13/17-24
1983 Nov 18-Dec 12
Report on a visit to the E.C.S. by the Bishop of Salisbury as part of the Salisbury/Sudan Link
SAD.813/4/40
1983 Dec
Nuba Mountains Fellowship accounts for 1982 and 1983
SAD.813/4/2-3
1983
Speech given at a tea party in Omdurman by Butrus Shukai
SAD.813/4/36-39
c. 1983
Two articles on "the Sudanese Church"
SAD.813/4/96-98
c. 1983
"Focus on Sudan": the dissemination of Christian literature
SAD.812/13/11-15
1984 Mar 31
Presidential address by the Bishop of Salisbury at the Salisbury Diocesan Synod, as part of the Salisbury/Sudan Link
SAD.813/4/46-50
1984 Jul 5
"The position of the Christian Churches with regard to the enforcement of the Islamic sharia and to the declaration of the Sudan as being an Islamic state"
SAD.813/4/51
1984 Oct
"Latest news of the E.C.S." from Allison
SAD.813/4/41-45
1984
Alterations to the list of Missionaries' Fellowship members
SAD.813/4/52-59
1985 Jan 19-Mar 15
Report of a visit to the Diocese of the Sudan made by David Ineson and Chris Hayward
SAD.813/4/108
1985 Jan 23
Report on the situation in the Sudan, especially concerning A.C.R.O.S.S.
SAD.812/13/25
1985 Feb 15
Sudan Famine Appeal fact sheet
SAD.813/4/60-65
post 1985 Apr
"Evangelism in the Sudan"
SAD.813/4/66-67
1986 Feb 27
Minutes of a meeting of the E.C.S. Relief Development department
SAD.813/4/109-110
1986
"Sudan news and views": information sent by Allison for the Review
SAD.813/4/35
1987 Oct 27
Summary of a report by Allison concerning his visit to the Sudan at the time of the consecration of Khartoum cathedral
SAD.813/4/68-92
1987 Jan-Nov
List of members of the C.M.S. Missionaries' Fellowship, with later alterations
SAD.812/13/26-29
post 1987
An introduction to the Salisbury/Sudan Link
SAD.813/4/94-95
n.d.
"The Diocese of Rumbek"
SAD.813/4/99
n.d.
A personal note from Allison to Dubai and Sharjah
SAD.813/4/100
n.d.
Commentary on Acts 8:26-39
SAD.813/4/101-102
n.d.
Extracts on the necessity of Christianity in Africa, and mission policy
SAD.813/4/103
n.d.
"An insight into this African situation", by John Taylor (Secretary of C.M.S.)
SAD.803/11/1-24
1960-1973
Minutes and accounts of interviews given by President Abbud and government representatives to Allison and other leading Church figures concerning the relations between Church and State in the Sudan
SAD.803/11/1-3
1960 Aug 24
"Summary and impressions of my interview with President Abbud", by Allison
SAD.803/11/4-5
1960 Sep 7
Notes of an interview at the Ministry of the Interior
SAD.803/11/6
1961 Jun 15
"Minute of conversation with Sir Roger Stevens, Foreign Office, and Bishop Allison on 14 Jun 1961 "
SAD.803/11/7-8
1961 Nov 20
"Memorandum of interview given by the Chairman of Equatoria Province Authority (Sayed Ali Baldo) to the C.M.S. Secretary (C.L. Cook)"
SAD.803/11/9-11
1961 Dec 30
Report of an interview between Allison and Brigadier al-Tahir `Abd al-Rahman, government representative and O.C. Southern Command
SAD.803/11/12
1962 Jan 3
"Memorandum of an interview given by the Permanent Under Secretary, Ministry of the Interior to the C.M.S. Secretary (K.W. McDouall)"
SAD.803/11/13-14
1963 Dec 18
"Minute of an interview between the Minister of the Interior and Sir Kenneth Grubb"
SAD.803/11/15-16
1964 Sep 1
"Notes on an interview between the Minister of the Interior and the Rt. Rev. Yeremaya Dotiro"
SAD.803/11/17-19
1966 Aug 20
"Minister of Interior meets Heads of Missionary Societies and Men of Christian Churches", with a translation in arabic
SAD.803/11/20-24
1973 Feb 8
Account of the meeting on the Sudan held at the House of Commons in order to hear the reports of James Johnson MP and Richard Luce MP
(d) Papers of other Church institutions, 1923-1988
SAD.802/12/1-42; 802/13/1-77
1923-1934, 1958-1964
Papers of the Sudan Church Council: those from 1923 to 1934 concern donations and the terms of employment of chaplains, and include the minutes of the fourth annual meeting on 2 Feb 1923 (802/12/1-42); those from 1958 to 1964 concern the accounts of the Bishop Gwynne Memorial Fund (802/13/1-77)
SAD.812/1-5, 8, 14; 802/13; 803/2; 809/2
1955-1988
Papers concerning the work of the Sudan Church Association: subscriptions and the circulation list; donations, finances and accounts; the Annual Meeting and Annual Service; the agendas for committee meetings (1956-1961, 1984-1987)
SAD.812/1/3
n.d.
Summary of the amended constitution of the Egypt and Sudan Church Association
SAD.812/2/21
1957 Jan 29
S.C.A. accounts for 1956
SAD.812/2/45
post 21 Mar 1957
Egypt and Sudan Church Association Report and Accounts for 1956
SAD.812/2/119
n.d.
Sudan Northern Archdeaconry Council statement of account for 1957
SAD.812/2/120
post 27 Mar 1958
Egypt and Sudan Church Association report and accounts for 1957
SAD.812/3/14-17
1958 Apr 9
Letter from D.F. Hawley to "Uncle" Harper covering the minutes of a meeting on 19 Dec 1957 to discuss the foundation of an Anglo-Sudanese Association
SAD.812/3/34
1958 Jun 11
S.C.A. Annual Meeting and Annual Service accounts
SAD.812/3/40
1958 Sep 4
S.C.A. accounts as on 31 Aug 1958
SAD.812/3/41-42
1958 Sep 4
Letter from Allison to "Uncle" Harper concerning the situation of the diocese, including the Unity High School and Juba cathedral
SAD.812/3/43
1958 Sep 6
Bishop Gwynne Memorial Fund appeal note
SAD.812/3/61-63
1958 Nov 24
Accounts and subscription list for the Chaplain's Sustentation Fund for 1957
SAD.802/13/56-58
1960 Feb 5
Agenda for the 5th annual meeting of the Egypt and Sudan Church Association
SAD.803/2/71-72
1961 Feb 9
Agenda for the 20th meeting of the S.C.A. and accounts for 1960
SAD.809/2/4-10
1971 Feb 24
Minutes of the 48th meeting of the S.C.A.
SAD.812/5/2
n.d.
S.C.A. leaflet on "the situation in the southern Sudan"
SAD.812/14/1-2
n.d.
S.C.A. draft constitution
SAD.812/8/1-87
1978 Sep 25-1980 Feb 22
Correspondence with the Honorary Secretary of the S.C.A. concerning the circulation list for the Sudan Church Review, and the 1980 list (812/8/39-87)
SAD.812/8/88
1980 Jan 10
S.C.A. accounts for 1979
SAD.812/8/89-93
1980
S.C.A. Notes and Comments for Spring 1980
SAD.812/14/3
1984 Feb
S.C.A. accounts for 1983
SAD.812/14/4-6
1984 Feb 17
Minutes of the 80th meeting of the Executive Committee of the S.C.A. and a report by Allison
SAD.812/14/8-9
1984 Oct 4
Minutes of the 81st meeting of the Executive Committee of the S.C.A.
SAD.812/14/11
1985 Jan 9
Allison's accounts for 1984
SAD.812/14/12
1985 Feb
S.C.A. accounts for 1984
SAD.812/14/15-18
1985 Mar 12
Minutes of the 82nd meeting of the Executive Committee of the S.C.A.
SAD.812/14/20-22
1985 Oct 31
Minutes of the 83rd meeting of the Executive Committee of the S.C.A.
SAD.812/14/23
1986
Allison's accounts for 1985
SAD.812/14/24
1986 Feb
S.C.A. accounts for 1985
SAD.812/14/27-29
1986 Apr 10
Minutes of the 84th meeting of the Executive Committee of the S.C.A.
SAD.812/14/31-34
1986 Sep 16
Minutes of the 85th meeting of the Executive Committee of the S.C.A. and a report by Allison
SAD.812/14/36-38
1987 Mar 4
Minutes of the 86th meeting of the Executive Committee of the S.C.A.
SAD.812/14/39
1988 Feb
S.C.A. accounts for 1987
SAD.802/11, 14; 803/1-3
1935-1964
Papers concerning the appointment of Principals and other staff to the Unity High School, other personnel matters, and Mabel Warburton's proposals concerning the future function of the School (803/1/32-34)
SAD.802/14/1-28
1935
Correspondence between Mr Matthew, the Bishop's Secretary, and Miss E.C.M. de Peyer, concerning her appointment as Principal of the Unity High School
SAD.802/11/48-105
1936-1942
Correspondence concerning the appointment of Mrs Winifred Newmarch as a teacher at the Unity High School, and her attempt to return in 1941
SAD.802/14/29-54
1936-1945
Correspondence concerning Miss E.C.M. de Peyer's search for an extra member of staff for the Unity High School
SAD.803/1/1-59
1945-1957
Copies of contracts of Unity High School staff and correspondence concerning applications for posts, with other personnel matters
SAD.803/2, 3
1959-1964
Correspondence with E.M. Bickersteth concerning the search for a new Principal of the Unity High School, and the appointment of Miss Doris Tweed, along with a copy of the Constitution and Statutes of the Unity High School
(e) Political papers, 1947-1987
SAD.803/7/1-115
1964-1987 (predominantly 1984-1987)
Correspondence of Joseph Lagu and Allison, concerning Lagu's attempts to effect peace talks between Khartoum and the S.P.L.A., and his comments on the southern problem; also a letter from Martin Parr to New Africa, commenting that the southern Sudan wants freedom just as the northerners once wanted freedom from the British
SAD.803/7/2-19
1984 Jun 12-1985 Mar 11
Letter from Lagu concerning S.P.L.A. activity, and his desire that the Church of England should play an active role in helping the south. Two enclosures: a copy of a letter from Lagu and Abel Alier to the President with constitutional proposals concerning the reversed Addis Ababa peace agreement (803/7/5-13), and a copy of a speech by Lagu calling for negotiations concerning a governing framework for the south (803/7/14-19)
SAD.803/7/24-39
1985 Jul 24-Dec 10
Letter from Lagu to Allison covering two enclosures: a copy of a letter from Lagu to General `Abd al-Rahman Suwar al-Dahab, recommending a federal solution to the southern problem (803/7/26-30), and a copy of the reply of Colonel John Garang de Mabior to a letter from Dr al-Gizouli Daf `Allah, correcting certain distortions and presenting S.P.L.A. resolutions on the question of peace talks (803/7/31-39)
SAD.803/7/44-48
1986 Feb 7-Mar 20
Letter from Lagu to Allison giving information about Ahmed Ibrahim Dreraige and expressing Lagu's suspicion of Garang. Two enclosures: a copy of a letter from Lagu to Garang giving advice on federalism and the need to raise support for the S.P.L.A. amongst the rural areas of the north (803/7/46-47), and a copy of a press release from Lagu concerning the proposed general elections in April (803/7/48)
SAD.803/7/49-58
1986 Mar 25-Apr 11
Letter from Lagu to Allison covering an enclosed copy of a letter from Lagu to President Diouf of Senegal, chairman of the Organisation for African Unity, concerning the current situation within the Sudan (803/7/51-58)
SAD.803/7/59-60
1986 May 17
Letter from Lagu to Allison saying that the Prime Minister must come to terms with Garang
SAD.803/7/61-62
1986 May 30
Letter from Lagu to Allison concerning the fighting around Rumbek
SAD.803/7/68-79
1987 Jan 16-29
Letter from Lagu to Allison covering an enclosed copy of a letter from Lagu to Garang presenting his advice on how to build peace (803/7/69-79)
SAD.803/7/81
1987 Feb 6
Letter from Lagu to Allison expressing his belief that the war is being continued from motives of prestige
SAD.803/7/105-107
1987 Jul 13
Letter from Lagu to Allison commenting on the obstacles to peace in Khartoum and the south
SAD.803/4-6,8; 804/9; 810/8
1947-1985 (predominantly 1964-1973 and 1983-1985)
Reports concerning political subjects: British policy concerning the Sudan, the southern problem and the civil war, the Addis Ababa peace agreement, the resumption of war in 1983, and internal conflicts within the S.P.L.A.
SAD.803/4/1-5
1947 Mar 20
"Sir Harold MacMichael on the Sudan problem: Nile Valley Authority under United Nations proposed"
SAD.810/8/1
1958
"Defence of the Sudan Act"
SAD.803/4/6-10
1961 Jul 11
"Comments by Mr Martin Parr on a memorandum "summary of the British Southern Policies""
SAD.803/4/11-12
1964 Nov 23
"Report of the first three days of the visit of the Minister of Interior to Equatoria Province", by Bona Ring, Information Officer
SAD.803/4/35-38
post Jul 1965
Confidential notes on the Sudan situation by Allison
SAD.810/8/2-6
1965
"A report by the President and Vice-President of the Southern Front Central Committee on the Juba incident"
SAD.803/4/13-17
1965
Copy of a published memorandum sent to the Prime Minister from the Southern Front
SAD.803/4/39-43
1966 Dec 1
Memorandum sent from the Southern Front to the All Africa Council of Churches Mission, concerning the conflict in the Sudan
SAD.804/9/8
1968 Jan 6
"Statement by the acting Minister of Foreign Affairs of the Southern Sudan Provisional Government on attempts by some Church leaders to urge refugees to return"
SAD.803/4/18-25
1969 Aug 11
"Southern Sudan relief report", by David Robison
SAD.803/4/26-34
1969 Dec 8-12
"The rise of a provisional government in Southern Sudan", by Storrs McCall
SAD.803/5/1-5
1970 Mar 12
"South Sudan, how long?": a talk to a socialist society at Leeds University, by E. Mading deGarang
SAD.803/5/6-18
1970 Nov
Petitions presented by the Southern Sudan Liberation Front delegation to the United Nations concerning human rights abuses by the government
SAD.810/8/7-15
1970 Dec 8
"Ethiopian assistance to Sudanese and other refugees", by Kodwo Ankrah, Refugee Secretary
SAD.810/8/16-19
1971 Jan 25
"The southern Sudan", by Max Warren
SAD.810/8/20
1971 Feb 12
"Destruction of a hospital in southern Sudan"
SAD.803/5/57-84
1971 Oct 24-Feb 10 1972?
"Report from a safari to the southern Sudan", made by Dr Halvor Nordskog in order to examine medical conditions (with photographic illustrations)
SAD.810/8/21-35
1971
"Possible medical and health conditions in those areas of south Sudan not under the control of the Khartoum government"
SAD.803/8/1-11
1972 Feb 27
The text of the Addis Ababa peace agreement
SAD.810/8/36-40
1972 Mar 2
Commentary on the Addis Ababa talks, by the President of the African National Front
SAD.803/8/12-27
1972 Apr 3
Presidential Orders concerning the implementation of the Addis Ababa peace agreement
SAD.810/8/41-43
1972 Apr 28
"The Bahr el Ghazal stand on the Addis Ababa Agreement"
SAD.810/8/44-45
1972
"The Sudan Peace", by Cecil Eprile
SAD.803/5/19-35
1972
"Political leaders in the southern Sudan", by John Howell
SAD.803/5/36-48
1972
"Local government reform in the Sudan", by John Howell
SAD.803/5/49-56
post 1972
The story of Sapana Bennsion's escape from the attack on Bishop Gwynne College in 1965, and of later incidents in Uganda
SAD.803/5/103
1973
Quotation by Dr Mansur Khalid, Minister of Foreign Affairs, concerning "peace and unity in the Sudan"
SAD.803/5/85-99
1978 Nov-Dec
Egyptian intelligence reports outlining the "Arab secret policy in south Sudan"
SAD.803/6/1-16
1983 Aug 4-Oct 31
Anya Nya reports on the current political situation in the south (Jun-Oct 1983)
SAD.803/6/17-21
1983 Sep 27
"Memorandum on the imposition of the Islamic laws on the non-Muslims in the southern Sudan" by the African Nationalists' Front to the President
SAD.803/6/55-57
post 1983
Press release by the S.P.L.M. delegation to Western Europe concerning the civil war
SAD.803/6/22-25
1984 Jan 18
Letter from Colonel John Garang de Mabior to the Secretary General of the World Council of Churches commenting on the actions of Numairi, and requesting aid
SAD.803/6/26-32
1984 Mar 3
Appeal to the Sudanese people on the founding of the S.P.L.A., by Colonel John Garang de Mabior
SAD.810/8/50-59
1984 Mar 28
Statement of Dr Douglas Johnson before the Subcommittee on Africa Committee on Foreign Affairs, U.S. House of Representatives, concerning the southern Sudan
SAD.803/6/33-35
1984 Jun 1
Letter from Samuel Gai Tut to the Ethiopian government concerning the S.P.L.A. faction led by him and Akwot Atem, and appealing for help against Garang
SAD.803/6/36-41
1984 Jun 27
Letter from concerned Sudanese living in America to Nimeiri concerning his recent actions
SAD.803/6/42-45
1984 Jun
"The sinister plans of Dr John Garang exposed by the military high command, S.P.L.A." on the behalf of Samuel Gai Tut and Akwot Atem
SAD.810/8/60-61
1984 Jun
Statement on the relationship between the Sudanese Revolutionary Forces and the S.P.L.M., by Colonel Yaqub
SAD.803/6/46-48
1985
"Statement from the vice president Joseph Lagu on the occasion of the 13th anniversary of the Addis Ababa agreement"
SAD.810/8/62-63
1985 Mar 1
"Report from south Sudan", by G. Muortat-Mayen, Chairman of the Anya Nya Patriotic Front
SAD.803/6/49-51
1985 Mar 6
Notes for President George Bush concerning the problems of the southern Sudan, by Joseph Lagu
SAD.810/8/64-79
1985 Mar 7
Statement of Bona Malwal of the Institute of African Studies, Columbia University, before the Subcommittee on Africa Committee on Foreign Affairs, U.S. House of Representatives, concerning the Sudan
SAD.803/6/52-54
1985 Jul 9
Letter to the P.M. from Joseph Lagu concerning his eviction
SAD.803/5/100-102
n.d.
"A visit to the south", describing conditions in Bahr El Ghazal, Equatoria and Upper Nile province
2. Articles and Speeches
SAD.804/10/1-4
post 1938
Notes on the history of Malek mission station, 1908-1938
SAD.804/10/10-35
post 1976
Article on Archdeacon Shaw, by Leonard Sharland
SAD.804/10/36-136
c1971-c1977
Working papers and notes towards a history of the C.M.S. in the Sudan, including a list of resource materials (804/10/37-38), a chronological chart (804/10/39-48), an account of the lives of Paul and Mary Gibson, and of other missionaries in the south (1916-56) (804/10/50-69), and the articles “Forward in Faith: into the Heart of Africa” (804/10/70-76), “Missions and Government in Africa” by Martin Parr (804/10/77-81), “The Christians of the Sudan” by Isobel Clark (804/10/82-86), and an extract from “The Problems of Success” by Gordon Hewitt (804/10/87-136)
SAD.804/11/1-90
1907-1952
Notes towards a history of the Gordon Memorial Sudan Mission in the southern Sudan
SAD.804/12/1-32
1956
“Bringing the Present: a short outline of the coming of the gospel to the pagans of the south Sudan”, by W.H. Seamell
SAD.804/12/33-35
n.d.
"The Bishop in the Sudan answers some questions"
SAD.804/12/36-40
c. 1964
"News from the Church in the Sudan" concerning the precarious position of missionaries
SAD.804/12/43-67
n.d.
Article on Bible study for the new Bari Bible
SAD.804/13/1-34
1978-1979
Correspondence between David Ottewill concerning articles on Khartoum cathedral and R.W. Schultz including “The cathedral of All Saints' Khartoum, Sudan” in The Builder (19 May 1916, 804/13/3-5) and an article on the life and work of R.W. Schultz by David Ottewill (Feb 1978, 804/13/30-32)
SAD.813/1/1-39
1977-1983
Personal papers concerning George Bennett's proposed history of the E.C.S., and other correspondence and newsletters
SAD.804/14/1-39
1985
"Christianity in Nubia", by Dr Louise Pirouet
SAD.804/15/1-49
1953-1988 (predominantly 1960-1974)
Various speeches given by leading government figures and churchmen, including Allison, at different occasions
SAD.804/15/1
1953 Apr 19
Speech by Sir Robert Howe, Governor-General of the Sudan, at the enthronement of Allison as Bishop in the Sudan [extract]
SAD.804/15/2-3
1960 Jun
Governor Ali Baldo's address to Juba District chiefs at Terakeka [extracts]
SAD.804/15/4-13
1962
Speech by the President of the Democratic Republic of the Sudan at the 10th anniversary of the Organization of African Unity
SAD.804/15/14-23
1964 May 5
Address by the President of C.M.S. at the Annual Meeting
SAD.804/15/24-26
1964 May 14
B.B.C. broadcast transcript of "Christian News Letter" by Brian de Sarum concerning the expulsion of missionaries from the Sudan
SAD.804/15/27-32
1964-1969
Speeches delivered by the Minister of the Interior concerning the southern situation and freedom of religion
SAD.804/15/33-35
n.d.
Farewell speech from the Governor of Equatoria?
SAD.804/15/36
1964 Dec 13
Radio broadcast from Allison concerning recent violence
SAD.804/15/37-38
1973 Aug 9
"Bishop's address at the funeral of Bryan Haycock"
SAD.804/15/39-41
1973 Nov 26-Dec 5
Farewell speeches on the occasion of Allison's departure given at Rumbek and Nzara
SAD.804/15/43-45
1974 Oct 15
Allison's address at the Sudan Church celebration [recording of this event is at SAD.816/14 ]
SAD.804/15/46
1974
Quotations from Allison's farewell address
SAD.804/15/47-48
1987-1988
The Archbishop of Canterbury's Christmas messages
SAD.804/15/49
n.d.
Witness of Bishop Seme Solomona to what Sudan owes to Christ [transcript of audio cassette SAD.816/17 ]
3. Historical Material
SAD.802/8/1-20
1915-1917
Correspondence between Campbell MacInnes, the Bishop in Jerusalem, and Archdeacon Shaw, concerning a continually postponed trip to the Sudan by the Bishop
SAD.802/8/21-24
1916-1918
Gordon Memorial Sudan Mission report
SAD.802/10/1-14
1920-1931
Correspondence between E.M. Bickersteth, Bishop's Commissary, Mr Matthew, Secretary to the Jerusalem and the East Mission, and C. Brooke Gwynne, concerning the appointment of Harold Wilde as a chaplain
SAD.802/6/1-53
1927-1938
Correspondence between E.M. Bickersteth and Geoffrey Lunt, Archdeacon of Egypt, concerning the appointment of chaplains for Egypt and the Sudan
SAD.804/7/1-8
1932
Correspondence between the Headmaster of Kelly College, Bishop Gwynne, E.M. Bickersteth and others concerning A.N. Hamilton, a candidate for the Kitchener scholarship
SAD.802/11/1-11
1933
Correspondence between Bishop Gwynne, the Luxor Winter Palace hotel, and others, concerning the appointment of a chaplain at Luxor
SAD.804/7/9-10
1933
Notes concerning the chaplaincy at Mena House, Cairo
SAD.802/5/1-86
1934-1935
Correspondence between Bishop Gwynne, E.M. Bickersteth, "Uncle" Harper and others concerning the appointment of C.E.C. Stileman as chaplain at Wad Medani
SAD.802/7/1-84
1934-1941
Correspondence between Bishop Gwynne and E.M. Bickersteth concerning appointments for chaplaincies at Port Sudan and Alexandria
SAD.802/7/30-37
c. 1934
Bishop Gwynne's memories of Lord Plumer (1857-1932), General on the Western Front and later High Commissioner for Palestine (served in the Sudan 1884)
SAD.804/7/11-16
1935 Mar 2
Article on "the re-adjustment of the Diocese of Egypt and the Sudan"
SAD.802/11/12-47
1935
Correspondence between Bishop Gwynne, E.M. Bickersteth, and others concerning the appointment of J.F. Colquhoun as a chaplain at Mena House
SAD.804/6/1-89
1936-1938
Correspondence of E.M. Bickersteth with donors concerning the Cairo Cathedral Appeal Fund, with a copy of the appeal leaflet (804/6/83-89)
4. Photographic Material
(a) albums, 1938-1976
SAD.792/2/1-201
post 1898
Album containing postcards published by G.N. Morhig (sequence number in brackets), and others (792/2/150-194), of various scenes of the Sudan and the Sudanese: Khartoum and Omdurman (including troops at Omdurman) (792/2/1-63, 150-187, 195-200); Bahr-el-Ghazal (792/2/64-81, 201); Upper Nile and of Shilluks (792/2/94-107, 115-117); Kordofan (792/2/108-114); Blue Nile Province (792/2/121-128). 792/2/195-201 have become detached from the album, and have been replaced in sequence, as shown at the relevant reference
SAD.792/2/1
“General view, Khartoum” [131]
SAD.792/2/2
“General view, Khartoum (south west)” [95]
SAD.792/2/3
“General view, Khartoum” [5]
SAD.792/2/4
“General view, Khartoum (south east)” [97]
SAD.792/2/5
“The front avenue, Khartoum” [129]
SAD.792/2/6
“Souvenir of Khartoum” [23]
SAD.792/2/7
“The native fleet, Khartoum North” [34]
SAD.792/2/8
“The dockyard, Khartoum North” [37]
SAD.792/2/9
“The Gordon Statue, Khartoum” [87]
SAD.792/2/10
“The ferry, from Khartoum to Omdurman” [72]
SAD.792/2/11
The junction of the White and Blue Nile at Khartoum [163]
SAD.792/2/12
“Sand storm (haboob) sweeping over Khartoum North, June 6th 1906” [155]
SAD.792/2/13
“The public garden, Khartoum” [90]
SAD.792/2/14
“Garden party, the Palace garden, Khartoum” [39]
SAD.792/2/15
“Native children, Khartoum” [160]
SAD.792/2/16
“Welcoming Ramadan Khartoum” [164]
SAD.792/2/17
“The celebration of Maulid al-Nabi Khartoum” [127]
SAD.792/2/18
“Welcoming Ramadan Khartoum” [162]
SAD.792/2/19
“The little thief of a palm tree” [121]
SAD.792/2/20
“Native life, Khartoum” [149]
SAD.792/2/21-23
The Bayram festival at Khartoum Palace [7-9]
SAD.792/2/24
“Darfur notable at the Palace, Khartoum” [73]
SAD.792/2/25
“View of the Palace, Khartoum from the west” [2]
SAD.792/2/26
“At the Gordon College, Khartoum” [75]
SAD.792/2/27
“At the Gordon College, Khartoum” [52]
SAD.792/2/28
“The mosque, Khartoum” [19]
SAD.792/2/29
“Native dance, Khartoum” [32]
SAD.792/2/30
“At the races, Khartoum” [60]
SAD.792/2/31
“Village of Burri, Khartoum” [152]
SAD.792/2/32
“Agricultural show, Khartoum” [153]
SAD.792/2/33
“Agricultural show, Khartoum” [158]
SAD.792/2/34
“The silver show, Khartoum” [51]
SAD.792/2/35
“The Khalifa's palace, Omdurman” [25]
SAD.792/2/36
“The Mahdi's tomb, Omdurman” [26]
SAD.792/2/37
“The landing place, Omdurman” [31]
SAD.792/2/38,40
“Native market, Omdurman” [135]
SAD.792/2/39
“On the Nile bank, Omdurman” [28]
SAD.792/2/41
“Grinding dhura, Omdurman” [159]
SAD.792/2/42
“Washing day, Omdurman” [30]
SAD.792/2/43
“Lifting water from a well, Omdurman” [91]
SAD.792/2/44
“The grain market, Omdurman” [126]
SAD.792/2/45
“The British Camel Corps at the battlefield, Omdurman” [54]
SAD.792/2/46,48
“Sudanese Mounted Infantry, Omdurman” [33]
SAD.792/2/47
“The 10th Sudanese at the battlefield, Omdurman” [44]
SAD.792/2/49
“H.R.H. the Duke of Connaught reviewing the R.D.F. [ sic ] Khartoum” [22]
SAD.792/2/50
“H.R.H. the Duke of Connaught in the Mahdi's stronghold” [48]
SAD.792/2/51
“The native army on the march” [58]
SAD.792/2/52
“The 10th Sudanese band” [56]
SAD.792/2/53
“Types of Sudanese soldiers” [81]
SAD.792/2/54
“Native women, Omdurman” [148]
SAD.792/2/55
Sudanese woman at Omdurman [157]
SAD.792/2/56
Sudanese woman nursing a child, at Omdurman [156]
SAD.792/2/57
Children at Omdurman [118]
SAD.792/2/58
“Young girl, Omdurman” [143]
SAD.792/2/59
“Beauty of Omdurman” [132]
SAD.792/2/60
“Beauty of Omdurman” [161]
SAD.792/2/61
“Hair-dressing, Omdurman” [150]
SAD.792/2/62
“Omdurman belle” [146]
SAD.792/2/63
“Young dancing girls, Omdurman” [119]
SAD.792/2/64
“Officers' quarters, Wau, Bahr-el-Ghazal” [84]
SAD.792/2/65
“Wau village, Bahr-el-Ghazal” [66]
SAD.792/2/66
“Building huts at Rumbek, Bahr-el-Ghazal” [167]
SAD.792/2/67
“Fishing on the Jur river, Bahr-el-Ghazal” [61]
SAD.792/2/68
“Detusking a shot elephant, Bahr-el-Ghazal” [180]
SAD.792/2/69
“Helping mummy, Bahr-el-Ghazal” [65]
SAD.792/2/70
“Jurs making a grain-bin, Bahr-el-Ghazal” [172]
SAD.792/2/71
“Jurs at Mvolo, Bahr-el-Ghazal” [168]
SAD.792/2/72
“A Jur family, Bahr-el-Ghazal” [67]
SAD.792/2/73
“Hippos, Lake Ba, Bahr-el-Ghazal” [170]
SAD.792/2/74
“Elephant hunting, Bahr-el-Ghazal” [179]
SAD.792/2/75
“Jurs' granary, Bahr-el-Ghazal” [169]
SAD.792/2/76
“Washing day at Wau, Bahr-el-Ghazal” [62]
SAD.792/2/77
“View of Wau river, Bahr-el-Ghazal” [99]
SAD.792/2/78
“Dinka hut, Lao, Bahr-el-Ghazal” [173]
SAD.792/2/79
“Opening of the Sudd, Bahr-el-Ghazal” [124]
SAD.792/2/80
“Grass fire, Bahr-el-Ghazal” [105]
SAD.792/2/81
“The Dinka tribe, Bahr-el-Ghazal” [10]
SAD.792/2/82
“The hillmen at Roseires receiving the Sirdar” [113]
SAD.792/2/83
“Belgian troops at Lado” [194]
SAD.792/2/84
“Native life, Khartoum” [140]
SAD.792/2/85
“The Battaheen Arabs” [79]
SAD.792/2/86
“Dinka festival around the head of a hippopotamus” [18]
SAD.792/2/87
“Water carriers” [92]
SAD.792/2/88
“Youthful butcher, Goz-Abu-Goma” [142]
SAD.792/2/89
“Dancing girls at Dongola” [195]
SAD.792/2/90
“From Fashoda to Darfur” [69]
SAD.792/2/91
“Baggara women of the Gezira” [116]
SAD.792/2/92
“El Damer camel police” [76]
SAD.792/2/93
“Souvenir of Wad Medani” [59]
SAD.792/2/94
“Shilluks; Upper Nile” [71]
SAD.792/2/95
“Shilluk warriors, Taufikia” [104]
SAD.792/2/96
“The Shilluks, Upper Nile” [68]
SAD.792/2/97
“A Shilluk warrior, Renk” [133]
SAD.792/2/98
“The Shilluks, Upper Nile” [102]
SAD.792/2/99
“Shilluk women, Upper Nile” [70]
SAD.792/2/100
“Shilluk warriors, Upper Nile” [193]
SAD.792/2/101
“Shilluk canoe, Upper Nile” [137]
SAD.792/2/103
“Inhabitants of Upper Nile” [123]
SAD.792/2/104
“Shilluk warriors, Upper Nile” [192]
SAD.792/2/105
“Shilluks village” [85]
SAD.792/2/106
“Group of Shilluks, Upper Nile” [101]
SAD.792/2/107
“Shilluk ladies, Upper Nile” [106]
SAD.792/2/108
“Grinding dhura for merissa, Kordofan” [138]
SAD.792/2/109
“How they carry children, Kordofan” [154]
SAD.792/2/110
“A Shilluk mamma and child, Malakal” [141]
SAD.792/2/111
“Crossing a flooded khor, Kordofan” [174]
SAD.792/2/112
“Women of Dar Nuba, Kordofan” [151]
SAD.792/2/113
Shaykhs of Kordofan” [114]
SAD.792/2/114
“Nubas, Kordofan” [188]
SAD.792/2/115
“View of the Sudd, Upper Nile” [82]
SAD.792/2/116
“A butcher's shop, Upper Nile” [107]
SAD.792/2/117
“View of Malakal village, Upper Nile” [103]
SAD.792/2/118
“Abyssinians at Gallabat” [186]
SAD.792/2/119
“Gebel Kassala” [166]
SAD.792/2/120
“Welcoming the rise of the Nile” [46]
SAD.792/2/121
“Reception of the Sirdar at Rufa`a, Blue Nile” [111]
SAD.792/2/122
“Reception of the Sirdar at Kamlin, Blue Nile” [112]
SAD.792/2/123
“Gimma shaykhs, Blue Nile” [109]
SAD.792/2/124
“On the Dinder river, Blue Nile” [183]
SAD.792/2/125
“The gun boat Zafir on the Blue Nile” [80]
SAD.792/2/126
“The Dinder river, Blue Nile” [182]
SAD.792/2/127
“The Arabs of Hamata, Blue Nile” [185]
SAD.792/2/128
“The Governor's boat (the Elfin) on the Blue Nile” [17]
SAD.792/2/129
“Native boat on the White Nile” [78]
SAD.792/2/130
Shaykhs of the Red Sea Province” [117]
SAD.792/2/131
Hadanduwah [74]
SAD.792/2/132
“Sennar Province Foot Police” [110]
SAD.792/2/133
“Hippopotamus shooting on the Sobat” [12]
SAD.792/2/134
“Native canoe on the Sobat” [108]
SAD.792/2/135
“Sailing through the grass at the Sudd” [125]
SAD.792/2/136
“Elleri station, Nuba mountains” [190]
SAD.792/2/137
“Nuba women at a dance” [191]
SAD.792/2/138
“Nubas wrestling” [189]
SAD.792/2/139
Children at Dueim [145]
SAD.792/2/140
“Ostrich after plucking, Dueim” [144]
SAD.792/2/141
“The American mission on Sobat river” [139]
SAD.792/2/142
“The embankment at Wadi Halfa” [83]
SAD.792/2/143,145
“Philae Island, Shellal” [64]
SAD.792/2/144
“At Philae, Shellal” [63]
SAD.792/2/146
“Abu Simbel temple on the way up to Khartoum” [178]
SAD.792/2/147
“Abu Simbel, the four collossi of Rameses II” [177]
SAD.792/2/148
“The pyramid, Egypt” [15]
SAD.792/2/149
“The Sphinx, Egypt” [77]
SAD.792/2/150
“A hard task, Khartoum”
SAD.792/2/151
“The ferry, Khartoum to Khartoum North” [215]
SAD.792/2/152
“Dervishes' fort, Khartoum” [231]
SAD.792/2/153
“Victoria Avenue”
SAD.792/2/154
“Electric plant, Khartoum”
SAD.792/2/155
“General view, Khartoum”
SAD.792/2/156
“Khartoum tramway”
SAD.792/2/157
“Nile scene, Khartoum”
SAD.792/2/158
“Greek church at Khartoum”
SAD.792/2/159
“A doorway in Khartoum”
SAD.792/2/160
“A cactus plant in Khartoum Garden”
SAD.792/2/161
“Native shop in Khartoum”
SAD.792/2/162
“Antelope merchants in Khartoum”
SAD.792/2/163
“Interior of the Governor's Palace at Khartoum”
SAD.792/2/164
“Dereisa village near Khartoum”
SAD.792/2/165
“Native shops at Khartoum”
SAD.792/2/166
“Khartoum dhura market”
SAD.792/2/167
“The front, Khartoum”
SAD.792/2/168
“Khalifa's house, Omdurman”
SAD.792/2/169,180
“Ferry-boat, Omdurman”
SAD.792/2/170
“Mahdi's palace, Omdurman”
SAD.792/2/171,181
“Market river, Omdurman”
SAD.792/2/172
“Sudanese dance at Omdurman”
SAD.792/2/173
“Omdurman market”
SAD.792/2/174
“Landing stage, Omdurman”
SAD.792/2/175
“Washing day, Omdurman”
SAD.792/2/176
“Straw market, Omdurman”
SAD.792/2/177
“Grain market, Omdurman”
SAD.792/2/178
“Entrance to the Mahdi's tomb”
SAD.792/2/179,182
“Native market, Omdurman”
SAD.792/2/183
“Khalifa's house, Omdurman”
SAD.792/2/184
“Shops at Omdurman”
SAD.792/2/185
“Natives of Omdurman”
SAD.792/2/186
“Passengers landing in Omdurman”
SAD.792/2/187
“A smart camelman, Omdurman” [120]
SAD.792/2/188
“Sobat rest house”
SAD.792/2/189
The White Nile bridge?
SAD.792/2/190
The Palace from the Nile
SAD.792/2/191
“Native dance - Golo tribe (Bahr-el-Ghazal)”
SAD.792/2/192
“Crossing the Pongo River (Bahr-el-Ghazal)”
SAD.792/2/193
“The Jur River at Wau (Bahr-el-Ghazal)”
SAD.792/2/194
“View of Wau (Bahr-el-Ghazal)”
SAD.792/2/195
“Egyptian maxim battery going to action, Omdurman battlefield” [20] placed after 792/2/44
SAD.792/2/196
“Peace in Omdurman entering Mahdi's stronghold” [57] placed after 792/2/47
SAD.792/2/197
“The 9th Sudanese at the Battle of Omdurman” [47] placed after 792/2/48
SAD.792/2/198
“Centre of the Mahdi's stronghold, Omdurman” [43] Placed after 792/2/48
SAD.792/2/199
“H.R.H. the Duke of Connaught leaving Omdurman by the south gate” [49] Placed after 792/2/48
SAD.792/2/200
“The First British Camel Corps in the Sudan” [38] Placed after 792/2/52
SAD.792/2/201
“Stuck up at the Sudd, Bahr-el-Ghazal” [122] Placed after 792/2/78
SAD.787/3/1-373
1938-1941
Album of photographs taken when Allison was a missionary in Juba: the journey out in 1938 (787/3/1-94); Juba (787/3/95-132); building the new Bari church in 1939 (787/3/133-155); Juba E.V. School (787/3/156-173); school groups, 1940 (787/3/174-182); out-school sports (787/3/183-212); scenes from Biblical plays (787/3/213-234); Rejaf (787/3/235-240); out-schools (787/3/241-268, 280-325); the Mundari next hit country (787/3/269-279); ordination of first two Africans of south Sudan at Yei, 12 Jan 1941 (787/3/326-330); and others
SAD.787/3/1
“Allison and E.J.C.”
SAD.787/3/2
“Passing in the Mediterranean”
SAD.787/3/3
“First view of Africa”
SAD.787/3/4
“My cabin”
SAD.787/3/5
“S.S. Kemmendine
SAD.787/3/6
“Gibraltar”
SAD.787/3/7
“The Rock”
SAD.787/3/8
“The Harbour”
SAD.787/3/9
“Off Sicily”
SAD.787/3/10
“Gibraltar”
SAD.787/3/11
“Drunken driver!”
SAD.787/3/12
“The Harbour, Marseilles”
SAD.787/3/13
“The Quay”
SAD.787/3/14
“Entering Straits of Messina”
SAD.787/3/15
Allison and “D.T.C.” at Marseilles
SAD.787/3/16
“Italian coast”
SAD.787/3/17
“Notre Dame de la Garde from harbour”
SAD.787/3/18
“Destroyer at Gib”
SAD.787/3/19
“Marseilles from Notre Dâme”
SAD.787/3/20
“Off Gibraltar”
SAD.787/3/21
“Frigate in Straits of Messina”
SAD.787/3/22
“Coming on board, Suez”
SAD.787/3/23
“Passing in Suez canal”
SAD.787/3/24
“Entering Bitter Lake”
SAD.787/3/25
“Statue of de Lesseps, Suez”
SAD.787/3/26
“Moonlight, Port Said!”
SAD.787/3/27
“Aft deck of Kemmendine
SAD.787/3/28
“Indian War Memorial”
SAD.787/3/29-31
“The Suez canal”
SAD.787/3/32
“The Nile, Khartoum”
SAD.787/3/33
“Port Sudan”
SAD.787/3/34
“Kitchener of Khartoum” (statue)
SAD.787/3/35
“D.T.C.”, “W.D.K.” and Allison
SAD.787/3/36
“Sudan Railways”
SAD.787/3/37
“Statue of General Gordon, Khartoum”
SAD.787/3/38
“Port Sudan”
SAD.787/3/39
“A Fuzzy-Wuzzy”
SAD.787/3/40
“Gordon, looking south”
SAD.787/3/41
“Red Sea Hills”
SAD.787/3/42
“The Bridge, Khartoum”
SAD.787/3/43
“Passing on the White Nile”
SAD.787/3/44
“The Bridge, Kosti”
SAD.787/3/45
“Lake No”
SAD.787/3/46
“The swing-bridge”
SAD.787/3/47
“E.J.C.” and “D.T.C.”
SAD.787/3/48
“The Nile”
SAD.787/3/49
“Barges in the lock”
SAD.787/3/50
“Low cloud of locusts”
SAD.787/3/51
“Reflections”
SAD.787/3/52
“Winding its weary way”
SAD.787/3/53
“After Jebelein”
SAD.787/3/54
“A storm cloud”
SAD.787/3/55
“A locust cloud”
SAD.787/3/56
“Donald at Dueim”
SAD.787/3/57
“South of the Sudd”
SAD.787/3/58
“A welcome shower at sunset”
SAD.787/3/59
“Locusts in the Sudd”
SAD.787/3/60
“A dug-out”
SAD.787/3/61
“Turning at Lake No”
SAD.787/3/62
Nile River steamer at a wood-station in the Sudd
SAD.787/3/63
“Northern boys”
SAD.787/3/64
“Paper?”
SAD.787/3/65
“Dueim”
SAD.787/3/66
“Shilluk”
SAD.787/3/67
“Donald and Bob”
SAD.787/3/68
“Pulling for the shore”
SAD.787/3/69
“A riverain village”
SAD.787/3/70-71,74
“Cattle by the Nile”
SAD.787/3/72
A Dinka cow
SAD.787/3/73
“D.T.C.”
SAD.787/3/75-76
Shilluk?
SAD.787/3/77
“Some Shilluk”
SAD.787/3/78
“A halt in the Sudd”
SAD.787/3/79
“A Shilluk”
SAD.787/3/80
“Post boat at Malek”
SAD.787/3/81
“The Mission, Malek”
SAD.787/3/82
The Nile
SAD.787/3/83
“Shilluk”
SAD.787/3/84
Shilluk?
SAD.787/3/85
“Nuer”
SAD.787/3/86
Nuer?
SAD.787/3/87
The Nile
SAD.787/3/88
“Reflections in the river”
SAD.787/3/89
Unidentified man
SAD.787/3/90
“Nuer coiffure”
SAD.787/3/91
“Bari belles!”
SAD.787/3/92
“Egrets at eventide”
SAD.787/3/93
“A young Dinka”
SAD.787/3/94
“Post-boat in the Sudd”
SAD.787/3/95
“Sitting-room from dining-room”
SAD.787/3/96
“Sitting room”
SAD.787/3/97
“View from verandah”
SAD.787/3/98
“View from tea-house”
SAD.787/3/99
“View from hospital”
SAD.787/3/100
“View from sitting-room”
SAD.787/3/101
“Tea-house and mission house”
SAD.787/3/102
“Tea-house”
SAD.787/3/103
“Front window”
SAD.787/3/104
“My desk”
SAD.787/3/105
“Approach of locusts”
SAD.787/3/106
“"Hoppers" attack”
SAD.787/3/107
“Locusts depart”
SAD.787/3/108
“Locusts everywhere”
SAD.787/3/109
“Mission land from Island”
SAD.787/3/110
“Tea-time”
SAD.787/3/111
“River residence”
SAD.787/3/112
“The rapids”
SAD.787/3/113
“View from river residence”
SAD.787/3/114
The Nile opposite the Juba mission
SAD.787/3/115
“Entrance to C.M.S.”
SAD.787/3/116
“Tea party by river”
SAD.787/3/117
“The rapids”
SAD.787/3/118
“Doris and Willoughby Carey”
SAD.787/3/119
“C.M.S. South Sudan bookshop”
SAD.787/3/120
“On the Island”
SAD.787/3/121
“The Muderia and Memorial, Juba”
SAD.787/3/122
“Hoppers”
SAD.787/3/123
“Young Eagle”
SAD.787/3/124
“Defiant”
SAD.787/3/125
“Young lion cub”
SAD.787/3/126
“Young gazelle”
SAD.787/3/127
“The Careys”
SAD.787/3/128
“Young Baris”
SAD.787/3/129
“Mission cattle”
SAD.787/3/130-131
“Young crested falcon”
SAD.787/3/132
“Near Juba village”
SAD.787/3/133
“A principal goes up”
SAD.787/3/134
“In position”
SAD.787/3/135
“Fixing the roof timbers”
SAD.787/3/136
“Bamboos being tied on roof”
SAD.787/3/137
“The completed skeleton”
SAD.787/3/138
“Going up”
SAD.787/3/139
“Early stage of walls”
SAD.787/3/140
“Ready for Easter”
SAD.787/3/141
“Interior of new church”
SAD.787/3/142
“Another view from behind”
SAD.787/3/143
“The East window”
SAD.787/3/144
Interior of the new church
SAD.787/3/145
“Ancient and modern”
SAD.787/3/146-147
“Collapse of old church on Good Friday night in storm”
SAD.787/3/148
“Open-air service, police lines”
SAD.787/3/149
Hymn-singing on parade to an open-air service
SAD.787/3/150
“The first Bari Christian wedding”
SAD.787/3/151
“Cruciform window”
SAD.787/3/152
“The end of the old church”
SAD.787/3/153
“Gordon Swörä and Tabita Döru, 1941”
SAD.787/3/154
“Sons of teachers, Apolo and Nataniele”
SAD.787/3/155
“Christening party, Juba”
SAD.787/3/156
“Corner of Juba E.V. School and houses”
SAD.787/3/157
“A group of boys”
SAD.787/3/158
“The school square”
SAD.787/3/159
“Hoeing”
SAD.787/3/160
“Ground-nuts”
SAD.787/3/161
“School cultivation”
SAD.787/3/162
“A ground-nut booth”
SAD.787/3/163
“Sorting the nuts”
SAD.787/3/164
“Feast of Tabernacles!”
SAD.787/3/165
“The river road”
SAD.787/3/166
“Homeward bound: some schoolboys with food, bedding, spears, bows and arrows”
SAD.787/3/167
“P.T. 6.15 am”
SAD.787/3/168
“P.T.”
SAD.787/3/169
“Meat!”
SAD.787/3/170
“Marching on parade”
SAD.787/3/171
“P.T. again”
SAD.787/3/172
“The winning House, 1940”
SAD.787/3/173
“A game”
SAD.787/3/174
“Class I”
SAD.787/3/175
Teacher and pupil?
SAD.787/3/176
“Class II”
SAD.787/3/177
Three school chiefs: Koruelio, Enoka and Manasse
SAD.787/3/178
Class IV boys on top of Rejaf Mt.
SAD.787/3/179
Summit of Rejaf Mountain
SAD.787/3/180
“Class III”
SAD.787/3/181
“Class IV at Rejaf, 1941”
SAD.787/3/182
“Class IV”
SAD.787/3/183
“Shooting”
SAD.787/3/184
“Bows and arrows”
SAD.787/3/185
“Shot”
SAD.787/3/186
“The target”
SAD.787/3/187
“The charge”
SAD.787/3/188
“Waiting their turn”
SAD.787/3/189
“They”re off!'
SAD.787/3/190-192
“Competitors”
SAD.787/3/193
“Sack race”
SAD.787/3/194, 196, 198-200
Archery competition
SAD.787/3/195
“Sack-bumping”
SAD.787/3/197
“Ready for bumping”
SAD.787/3/201
“Tug-of-war rope”
SAD.787/3/202
“Picking ground-nuts”
SAD.787/3/203
“Crossing the Nile in mission boat”
SAD.787/3/204
“Returning from Island”
SAD.787/3/205
“Cultivation on Island”
SAD.787/3/206
“Two Nyangwara friends”
SAD.787/3/207
“Starting on holidays”
SAD.787/3/208
“Aiming high!”
SAD.787/3/209
“A sports group”
SAD.787/3/210
“Smiles”
SAD.787/3/211
“Two schoolboys”
SAD.787/3/212
“Shooting”
SAD.787/3/213
“The angel appears to shepherds in field”
SAD.787/3/214
“Joseph and Mary at the Inn”
SAD.787/3/215
“The shepherds at the Inn”
SAD.787/3/216
“The flight to Egypt”
SAD.787/3/217
“Herod's soldiers”
SAD.787/3/218,220
“The wise men”
SAD.787/3/219
“Herod with the wise men”
SAD.787/3/221
“Wise men approaching Herod”
SAD.787/3/222
“Actors in the Christmas scenes”
SAD.787/3/223
“Central group”
SAD.787/3/224
“Naaman and bodyguard”
SAD.787/3/225
“The scribe”
SAD.787/3/226
“The bodyguard”
SAD.787/3/227
“"Are not the Abana and Pharphar …?"”
SAD.787/3/228
“The actors”
SAD.787/3/229
“The message to Elisha”
SAD.787/3/230
“Naaman dips seven times in Jordan”
SAD.787/3/231
“The priest passes him by”
SAD.787/3/232
“The Samaritan stops …”
SAD.787/3/233
“and tends him …”
SAD.787/3/234
“...and puts him on his donkey”
SAD.787/3/235
“A group at Baker's Rock”
SAD.787/3/236
“A group at Rejaf”
SAD.787/3/237
“The Rock”
SAD.787/3/238
“On top”
SAD.787/3/239
“The ant-hill beneath”
SAD.787/3/240
“Some local Bari boys”
SAD.787/3/241
“Arriving at a village on trek. Jebedayo speaking to a group of women”
SAD.787/3/242
On trek: arrival at a Nyangwara village
SAD.787/3/243
“Gideona (cook), Andarea (teacher), Lokule (boy)”
SAD.787/3/244
“After crossing a river in flood”
SAD.787/3/245
“A typical road in district”
SAD.787/3/246
“A khor crossed”
SAD.787/3/247
Rest-house in the Bari district
SAD.787/3/248
“On a river bank”
SAD.787/3/249
“Cattle at a khor
SAD.787/3/250
“A service under way-side tree”
SAD.787/3/251
“The road”
SAD.787/3/252
“A village group-headman, teacher, helper, and boys”
SAD.787/3/253
“A bush service”
SAD.787/3/254
“A service in large out-school- Rokon - 700 present”
SAD.787/3/255
“Teachers and chief (Ringajur)”
SAD.787/3/256
“An out-school group- Mangkaro”
SAD.787/3/257
“At the rest-house”
SAD.787/3/258
“Teacher and christians at Reja”
SAD.787/3/259
“An open-air service at small school- Mägiri”
SAD.787/3/260
“Teachers and chiefs”
SAD.787/3/261
“Out-school teachers”
SAD.787/3/262
“Tr Setepano and chief Nehemia Swörö, Rokon”
SAD.787/3/263
“C.L.C. and out-school Teachers Group at Teachers' Course, Mangkaro”
SAD.787/3/264
“An out-school Teachers Group-at Juba”
SAD.787/3/265
“A Group with Chief Kiri Pataki, Miri”
SAD.787/3/266
“Out-school Teachers Group, Rokon area”
SAD.787/3/267
“An out-school teacher and family”
SAD.787/3/268
“A chief's clerk and family”
SAD.787/3/269
“Tindilu school”
SAD.787/3/270
“Some previous hitMundari next hit youths”
SAD.787/3/271
“Hunters”
SAD.787/3/272
“A mountain pool”
SAD.787/3/273
“Leaving school”
SAD.787/3/274
“Teacher-Parumena …”
SAD.787/3/275
“Toughs aiming at biscuit tin”
SAD.787/3/276
“Climbing Tindilu mountain”
SAD.787/3/277
“C.L.C. going up”
SAD.787/3/278
“On the summit”
SAD.787/3/279
“Konga”
SAD.787/3/280
“Roja”
SAD.787/3/281
“Women and girls”
SAD.787/3/282
Tuliang Leper School: teacher and pupils
SAD.787/3/283
“Miri”
SAD.787/3/284
“Mögiri”
SAD.787/3/285
“Tindilu”
SAD.787/3/286
“Köwöri”
SAD.787/3/287
“W.H.C. at service by roadside, Köwöri”
SAD.787/3/288
“Mögiri”
SAD.787/3/289
“Nyarying”
SAD.787/3/290
“Rokon”
SAD.787/3/291
Women and children outside Rokon school after a service
SAD.787/3/292
“Boys”
SAD.787/3/293
“Roja”
SAD.787/3/294
“Girls”
SAD.787/3/295
“Ligi boys”
SAD.787/3/296
“Babies”
SAD.787/3/297
“Playing”
SAD.787/3/298
“Posing”
SAD.787/3/299
“Posing”
SAD.787/3/300
“Whistling”
SAD.787/3/301
“Smiling”
SAD.787/3/302
“Water-carrying”
SAD.787/3/303
“Squatting”
SAD.787/3/304
“Laughing”
SAD.787/3/305
“Showing off his ivories”
SAD.787/3/306
“Two young shepherds, Lomiega”
SAD.787/3/307
“On the rocks”
SAD.787/3/308
“Mangkaro boys”
SAD.787/3/309
“Holding the baby”
SAD.787/3/310
“Two little girls from school”
SAD.787/3/311-312
“Baa! "Mary had a little lamb …"”
SAD.787/3/313
Group of boys
SAD.787/3/314-315
“Two youngsters guarding the ground-nut crop”
SAD.787/3/316
“Archers - Lomiega”
SAD.787/3/317
“Local Fords - Tombur”
SAD.787/3/318
“Lomiega rest-house”
SAD.787/3/319
“Luluba hills”
SAD.787/3/320
“Liria hills”
SAD.787/3/321
“Lokoya boys”
SAD.787/3/322
“Tigör boys”
SAD.787/3/323
“Mangkaro group”
SAD.787/3/324
“Girls at Mangkaro”
SAD.787/3/325
“Mangkaro again”
SAD.787/3/326-327
“Daniel Deng and Andarea Apaya”
SAD.787/3/328
“The first Lay Readers”
SAD.787/3/329
“Lay Readers. Archdeacon Gibson, Bishop, Andarea (pastor)”
SAD.787/3/330
“Clergy and Lay Readers”
SAD.787/3/331
“A.H.C., Willoughby and Doris Carey”
SAD.787/3/332
“Archdeacon Shaw at Malek”
SAD.787/3/333
Archdeacon Shaw and Ruben Gai
SAD.787/3/334
“G.J.S.”
SAD.787/3/335
“A.H.C.”
SAD.787/3/336
“The Earl family, Loka”
SAD.787/3/337
“G.J.H. and Joan, Opari”
SAD.787/3/338
“The Bishop on trek”
SAD.787/3/339
“Loka mountain - Gumbiri”
SAD.787/3/340
“Willoughby Carey, A.H.C., D.T.C., J.C.”
SAD.787/3/341
“Wedding of Geoffrey Earl”
SAD.787/3/342
“The wedding couple, Loka”
SAD.787/3/343-346
“Views of the Nugent School, Loka”
SAD.787/3/347
“The Church, Parajok”
SAD.787/3/348
“The Acholi Hills”
SAD.787/3/349
“Forest”
SAD.787/3/350
“Interior of church”
SAD.787/3/351
“Parajok church”
SAD.787/3/352
“View from rest-house”
SAD.787/3/353
“A way-side scene”
SAD.787/3/354
“Flying boat leaving Rejaf”
SAD.787/3/355
“An ant-hill”
SAD.787/3/356
“Hills from Mangkaro”
SAD.787/3/357
“Morris Gelsthorpe”
SAD.787/3/358
“Interior of Lui church”
SAD.787/3/359
“Liria”
SAD.787/3/360
“Graves of Bishop Guy Bullen and R.A.F. officer, Lui”
SAD.787/3/361
“Lui church from shade of old slave-tree”
SAD.787/3/362-365
Monkey
SAD.787/3/366-373
Miscellaneous scenes of Iwatoka, June 1940
SAD.833/1/1-46
1943
Album of photographs of Allison's early days in the Sudan: C.M.S. Gel river station in Dinka country (833/1/5-8); Sudan children (833/1/9-14); C.M.S. Akot (833/1/15-21); Nuer (833/1/22-27); etching by Millais (833/1/39); and others
SAD.833/1/1
“Bathing parade”
SAD.833/1/2
“Woman”s work'
SAD.833/1/3
“Bari women fetching water”
SAD.833/1/4
“Dancing women”
SAD.833/1/5
“The first dormitory of school”
SAD.833/1/6
“The first Mission House”
SAD.833/1/7
“A typical Dinka homestead”
SAD.833/1/8
“Akot church”
SAD.833/1/9
“Elisabeta”
SAD.833/1/10
“James”
SAD.833/1/11
“Jane and Susan”
SAD.833/1/12
Charles Bertram and a Nuer called Bill
SAD.833/1/13
“P.T.”
SAD.833/1/14
“A Nuer baby”
SAD.833/1/15-18, 20
Views of the church at C.M.S. Akot, 1943
SAD.833/1/19
“An Akot boy”
SAD.833/1/21
“Golden-crested crane”
SAD.833/1/22
“Abraham”
SAD.833/1/23
“A group of Nuer”
SAD.833/1/24
“Ler schoolboys”
SAD.833/1/25
“Nuer smoking”
SAD.833/1/26
“A Nuer girl”
SAD.833/1/27
“Typical Nuer”
SAD.833/1/28
“Road across River Kwini”
SAD.833/1/29
“Banks of River Kwini”
SAD.833/1/30
“The riverside”
SAD.833/1/31
“My boys”
SAD.833/1/32
Crying children
SAD.833/1/33
“Having a bath”
SAD.833/1/34
“Bee-eaters”
SAD.833/1/35
“Crane in flight”
SAD.833/1/36
“Typical forest”
SAD.833/1/37
“Rhino”
SAD.833/1/38
“Lion”
SAD.833/1/39
Etching on the mud wall of Shambe rest-house of a lion's head by Raoul Millais (1909-1999), executed in March 1924
SAD.833/1/40
“Lioness”
SAD.833/1/41
“Giraffe”
SAD.833/1/42
“Elephant stampede from ”plane'
SAD.833/1/43
“Dead lion”
SAD.833/1/44
“Granny”
SAD.833/1/45
“Elephant”
SAD.833/1/46
Boys
A90/1-39
1952-1976
Album of enlarged photographs: the clergy of the E.C.S.; church services; the destruction caused by the civil war; the visit of the Archbishop of Canterbury to the Sudan in 1976 ; and others
A90/1
Archbishop Elinana Ngalamu
A90/2
The bishops of the E.C.S., Nov 1973
A90/3
Bishop Butrus Shukai
A90/4
Bishop Yeremaya Dotiro
A90/5
“A chat with M.A. David Manyango”
A90/6
“Praising the Lord in dance!”
A90/7
“Chatting outside Juba Cathedral”
A90/8
“Yei Church singing”
A90/9
“Synod farewell tea party”
A90/10
“Canon Ezra Lawiri - translator of the Moru Old Testament”
A90/11
Opening service of the Synod, Juba (1 Nov 1973)
A90/12
“Dinka dancers”
A90/13
Ruins of the Lainya technical department
A90/14
Ruins of Lainya Church
A90/15-16, 18
Ruins of Bishop Gwynne College chapel, Mundri
A90/17
Primary school at Bishop Gwynne College
A90/19
Juba-Yei road
A90/20
“Archbishop and President Nimeiri, October 1976”
A90/21
“Archbishop and Vice-President Abel Alier”
A90/22
“President's welcome tea-party for the Archbishop of Canterbury, 9th October 1976”
A90/23
“President chats with Archbishop”
A90/24
“Mrs Jean Coggan and Sitt Fatima”
A90/25
“Wau Church visit”
A90/26
“Archbishop Elinana welcomes Archbishop Donald Coggan - Juba October 11th”
A90/27
“Arrival Juba airport”
A90/28
“After inauguration of Province of E.C.S.”
A90/29
“Archbishop Elinana outside Cathedral”
A90/30
“Greeting Muslim notables, Juba”
A90/31
“Welcome by Dinka youth”
A90/32
“Alexander Apaya (now Doctor)”
A90/33
“Police Commandant Mahalele (Moru)”
A90/34
“Episcopal Synod 1970 + Makarios!”
A90/35
“Greeting Dinka women”
A90/36
“Yei schoolgirls”
A90/37
“Bari girls cooking”
A90/38
“Bari mother and child”
A90/39
“Mundri Teacher Training College teachers, 1952”
(b) loose photographs, 1933-1986
SAD.835/1/1-38
n.d.
Photographs of the start of the Nuba mission (835/1/1-11), of the Juba mission station (835/1/12-16), and of the churches, cathedrals and other places of worship of the E.C.S. (835/1/17-38)
SAD.835/1/1
Prisoners loading a lorry at El Obeid for the trek to Dilling
SAD.835/1/2
“Almost ready to leave El Obeid”
SAD.835/1/3
“Ready to leave El Obeid”
SAD.835/1/4
“The market, Dilling”
SAD.835/1/5
“Dispensary, Tendia. Mr Kerr doing dressings”
SAD.835/1/6
“Water found!”
SAD.835/1/7
“The village watering place and social gathering”
SAD.835/1/8
A Nuba man and two children
SAD.835/1/9
A house being built
SAD.835/1/10
Nubas fetching water
SAD.835/1/11
“The first church in Salara”
SAD.835/1/12
Aerial photograph of Jubaand the mission station
SAD.835/1/13
Interior of the Juba mission church
SAD.835/1/14-15
Juba cathedral
SAD.835/1/16
Juba cathedral, interior
SAD.835/1/17-18, 20, 38
Khartoum cathedral
SAD.835/1/19
Khartoum cathedral, interior
SAD.835/1/21
Christ Church, Port Sudan
SAD.835/1/22
The first Bari couples to have their marriages blessed in church'
SAD.835/1/23
“The new Bari church, Juba. Built 1947”
SAD.835/1/24
Interior of the new Bari church
SAD.835/1/25
Dedication of Wau church, Easter 1953
SAD.835/1/26-27
Maridi church
SAD.835/1/28
Extending Mundri church
SAD.835/1/29
Wad Medani church
SAD.835/1/30
Wad Medani church, interior
SAD.835/1/31
Zeraf Island church
SAD.835/1/32
“Villagers in the southern Sudan, gathered outside a church to greet their returning Bishop”
SAD.835/1/33
Villagers outside a church
SAD.835/1/34
Villagers outside church
SAD.835/1/35
“After a wayside service, Tindilu”
SAD.835/1/36-37
The church saloon
SAD.835/2/1-21
c. 1934-1940
Photographs of mission schools, pupils, and school activities
SAD.835/2/1
A Juba schoolboy (see 787/3/208)
SAD.835/2/2-3
Schoolboy actors (see 787/3/222 and 787/3/228)
SAD.835/2/4
Schoolboys at Baker's Stone, Rejaf (see 787/3/239)
SAD.835/2/5
Christopher Cook and some Out-school teachers at Teachers' Course, Mangkaro (see 787/3/263)
SAD.835/2/6
“The Bush Schoolboys lined up for presents on Christmas Day at Lui”
SAD.835/2/7
“Young schoolchildren at Village School Equatoria”
SAD.835/2/8
Pupils at Juba Girls' School
SAD.835/2/9
Teaching (outdoors) at Juba Girls' School
SAD.835/2/10
Students at Bishop Gwynne College
SAD.835/2/11
Students at a tea party at Bishop Gwynne College
SAD.835/2/12
“An out-school lesson under a mango tree”
SAD.835/2/13
“Lokoya out-school boys with their books of Bari stories”
SAD.835/2/14
“Elementary Vernacular Schoolboys filing into church at Juba mission”
SAD.835/2/15
“C.M.S. Yei - Teacher's Compound”
SAD.835/2/16
Zande drum being beaten to call pupils to their classes (Nugent School, Loka?)
SAD.835/2/17
C.M.S. Lainya Technical School workshop
SAD.835/2/18
Pupils at Mundri Teacher Training College
SAD.835/2/19
Loka school
SAD.835/2/20
Pupils of Loka lined up to meet the Governor-General, G.S. Symes
SAD.835/2/21
The Governor-General, G.S. Symes, at Loka
SAD.835/3/1-7
n.d.
Photographs concerned with hospitals and medicine, especially the CMS Hospital at Omdurman (835/3/1-4)
SAD.835/3/1
Group photograph of hospital staff
SAD.835/3/2
Children's ward
SAD.835/3/3
Women's ward
SAD.835/3/4
Doctor's house
SAD.835/3/5
“A dispenser at work at Bush Dispensary, Lui”
SAD.835/3/6
Abu Rof clinic, Omdurman: Dr George Trub with a medical worker
SAD.835/3/7
Abu Rof clinic, Omdurman: Mrs Mya Trub with some of the women
SAD.835/4/1-35
n.d.
Photographs of the southern Sudanese of various tribes, and village life
SAD.835/4/1
Nativity model, made at Juaibor
SAD.835/4/2
Sudanese children
SAD.835/4/3
“A Dinka boy”
SAD.835/4/4
“A Dinka family at home”
SAD.835/4/5
“Hair-dressing”
SAD.835/4/6
Christmas card, with a picture of three Sudanese men
SAD.835/4/7
Three Sudanese men
SAD.835/4/8, 15
Women carrying water pots, Nuba Mountains
SAD.835/4/9
Tukls
SAD.835/4/10
(Northern) Sudanese carrying a thatched roof
SAD.835/4/11
“A merry group of Pöjelu”
SAD.835/4/12
Andarea Gore (teacher), W.H. Carey (mission A/sec) and boys by a roadside
SAD.835/4/13
Five Sudanese men
SAD.835/4/14
Sudanese woman washing a baby
SAD.835/4/16
A riverbank in the dry season
SAD.835/4/17
A catch of fish at Kodok, 1905
SAD.835/4/18
Sudanese children with an English child
SAD.835/4/19
“A Dinka and his bull”
SAD.835/4/20
“A Dinka cattle compound near the White Nile”
SAD.835/4/21
A Dinka man
SAD.835/4/22
A Nuba boy on bicycle
SAD.835/4/23
Mr. Bell and Mathaya Mayou (a Dinka) with Pygmies in Ituri Forest
SAD.835/4/24
Bari girl with tribal markings
SAD.835/4/25
“A family going to market on the main road from Uganda to Juba”
SAD.835/4/26
“Bari youths taking meat to market”
SAD.835/4/27
“A wayside market near Juba”
SAD.835/4/28
A Bari woman
SAD.835/4/29
“A local Chief's Court in the open air”
SAD.835/4/30
A Bari woman spreading dhura in front of her house
SAD.835/4/31
A Bari child
SAD.835/4/32
A Bari girl carrying a large pumpkin
SAD.835/4/33
“A couple of Bari blacksmiths”
SAD.835/4/34
A Bari village compound
SAD.835/4/35
Ludia, the wife of Narkiso Fekki, with her son and daughter
SAD.835/5/1-17
n.d.
Photographs of scenes of the southern Sudan, the Nile, Khartoum and Omdurman
SAD.835/5/1, 3
Unidentified southern Sudanese landscapes
SAD.835/5/2
Native bridges near Yei
SAD.835/5/4
Village in the Nuba mountains
SAD.835/5/5
“Lone elephant near Malek”
SAD.835/5/6
“Close-up of elephant”
SAD.835/5/7
Men in a dug-out canoe
SAD.835/5/8
“A Nile river-station”
SAD.835/5/9
A shaduf at the junction of Niles, 1951
SAD.835/5/10
“Locusts on the Nile”
SAD.835/5/11
The Blue Nile bridge?
SAD.835/5/12-13
The Gordon Memorial Statue
SAD.835/5/14
Elephant in Khartoum zoo
SAD.835/5/15
The Mahdi's tomb, Omdurman
SAD.835/5/16
Unidentified mosque
SAD.835/5/17
Total eclipse of the sun (Khartoum, Feb 1952)
SAD.835/6/1-82
1933-1976
Photographs of ceremonies and occasions: the consecration of Juba Cathedral on 1 Nov 1963 (835/6/7-25); Allison's visit to Wau in Sep 1966 (835/6/27-33); the laying of the foundation stone of the Chaplain's House at Christchurch, Port Sudan on 1 Oct 1972 (835/6/37-40); the visit of Princess Anne to the Unity High School on 24 Feb 1973 (835/6/41-52); the Ecumenical Gathering at the Catholic Cathedral on 1 Feb 1974 (835/6/53-55); the Inauguration of the Province of the E.C.S. and the visit of the Archbishop of Canterbury on 12 Oct 1976 (835/6/57-72)
SAD.835/6/1
Lord Lloyd's visit to Khartoum: the inspection of troops in front of the Palace (1926-27?)
SAD.835/6/2
“Bishop Gelsthorpe at the Khartoum Cathedral on the occasion of his enthronement” (1945)
SAD.835/6/3
Allison at the door of St Christopher's, Wau, at its consecration (Easter, 1953)
SAD.835/6/4-5
The consecration of Bishop Cubain at St George's Cathedral, Jerusalem (6 Jan 1958)
SAD.835/6/6
Allison greeting a Sudanese woman at Lainya (1962)
SAD.835/6/7
The west front of Juba Cathedral
SAD.835/6/8
The cathedral altar
SAD.835/6/9
The congregation in the cathedral
SAD.835/6/10
The front row of the congregation, inc General Tigani and the Greek Orthodox Archimandrite
SAD.835/6/11
Government representatives
SAD.835/6/12
Address by Anglican priest (the Provost of Khartoum?)
SAD.835/6/13-14
Address by government figure
SAD.835/6/15
Address by Allison
SAD.835/6/16-17
Allison during service
SAD.835/6/18
The service in progress
SAD.835/6/19
General Tigani leaving the cathedral
SAD.835/6/20
Outside the west door
SAD.835/6/21
Allison with General Tigani and the Greek Orthodox Archimandrite, G. Hall with the chairman P.A.
SAD.835/6/22
The west front after the service
SAD.835/6/23
The Greek Orthodox Archimandrite, the chairman P.A., Allison, General Tigani, and the Provost of Khartoum
SAD.835/6/24
Allison and General Tigani at the drinks party
SAD.835/6/25
Allison, General Tigani and a government representative at the drinks party
SAD.835/6/26
Allison with Andarea Mura, a lay reader, and his wife, a woman worker, at Lainya (1963)
SAD.835/6/27-28
Allison being met at Wau airport
SAD.835/6/29-30
Allison visits a school for women
SAD.835/6/31-33
Allison visits a hospital
SAD.835/6/34
Allison talking with Greek Orthodox priest
SAD.835/6/35-36
Allison talking with the Patriarch of Alexandria
SAD.835/6/37-38
Allison laying the foundation stone
SAD.835/6/39
Allison greeting Sudanese men
SAD.835/6/40
Allison amongst a group of clergy
SAD.835/6/41
Princess Anne and the Principal
SAD.835/6/42
Princess Anne meeting school officials
SAD.835/6/43
Schoolgirls
SAD.835/6/44
The Principal introduces Princess Anne to various officials; Allison looks on
SAD.835/6/45
Princess Anne and the Principal
SAD.835/6/46
Princess Anne, the Principal, Allison, and others
SAD.835/6/47
Princess Anne and the Principal
SAD.835/6/48
Princess Anne and school officials watching sport
SAD.835/6/49
Schoolgirl swimmers by the pool
SAD.835/6/50
Princess Anne is presented with a bunch of flowers
SAD.835/6/51
Princess Anne shaking hands with a schoolgirl
SAD.835/6/52
Princess Anne, Allison, and other officials
SAD.835/6/53
Bishop Baroni, Monseigneur Calabrisi and Allison
SAD.835/6/54
Sayyid Clement Mboroi, Elinana Ngalamu and Bishop Baroni
SAD.835/6/55
Allison gives his farewell address
SAD.835/6/56
Allison confirming a Nigerian girl in St Matthew's, Addis Ababa
SAD.835/6/57
The Archbishop of Canterbury and party at Khartoum airport
SAD.835/6/58
The Archbishop of Canterbury and Mrs Coggan with the Minister of Education at Khartoum
SAD.835/6/59
The Archbishop of Canterbury and Mrs Coggan at a reception given by the President of the Sudan, in Khartoum
SAD.835/6/60
The Archbishop of Canterbury and Butrus Shukai at the Church of the Saviour, Omdurman
SAD.835/6/61
Sudanese dancers at the National Theatre, Omdurman, in the presence of the distinguished guests
SAD.835/6/62
Jean Coggan and Sitt Fatima (Minister of Social Affairs)
SAD.835/6/63
Surprise visit to Wau (11 Oct 1976)
SAD.835/6/64
The Archbishop of Canterbury being met by Elinana Ngalamu at Juba airport
SAD.835/6/65
The Archbishop of Canterbury being introduced to Islamic leaders and the Archimandrite of the Greek Church in Juba
SAD.835/6/66
The Archbishop of Canterbury with Sudanese leaders
SAD.835/6/67
Procession of young Dinka from the airport to Juba Cathedral
SAD.835/6/68
Some of those taking part in the service
SAD.835/6/69
Greetings outside the Cathedral after the service
SAD.835/6/70
Procession from the Cathedral after the inauguration service
SAD.835/6/71
Presentations to the Archbishop of Canterbury and Mrs Coggan, at Juba
SAD.835/6/72
V.I.P.'s at the service at Juba
SAD.835/6/73
The Governor-General leaving Loka
SAD.835/6/74
Christmas Day at the English Cathedral
SAD.835/6/75-76
Christmas Day service at the Gordon Statue, Khartoum
SAD.835/6/77
Allison talking to an African priest
SAD.835/6/78
Open air ordination at Malakal
SAD.835/6/79
Procession at open air ordination at Malakal
SAD.835/6/80
Consecration of the first Sudanese bishop
SAD.835/6/81
The Archbishop of Canterbury and Archdeacon Shaw
SAD.835/6/82
Allison greeting a boy at Aden with Archbishop MacInnes
SAD.836/1/1-49
1939-1978
Group photographs of clergy taken at various ceremonies and occasions
SAD.836/1/1
Group at opening of new Bari church, Juba, including Morris Gelsthorpe (1939)
SAD.836/1/2
Daniel Deng and Andarea Apaya, the first two southern Sudanese ordinands, with Morris Gelsthorpe, at Yei (1941)
SAD.836/1/3
Group of the first southern Sudanese Lay Readers, with Morris Gelsthorpe (1941)
SAD.836/1/4
Group photograph taken at Bishop Gelsthorpe's enthronement at Khartoum (1945)
SAD.836/1/5
Congregation of southern Sudanese at All Saints' cathedral, including Allison, twelve southern Sudanese clergy, and many who were confirmed at that service (11 Feb 1951)
SAD.836/1/6
The newly enthroned Allison, and two newly ordained deacons (1953)
SAD.836/1/7
Students at Mundri with Allison, the Principal, Canon A.B.H. Riley, and V./P. the Rev D. Brown (1954)
SAD.836/1/8
“Southern Sudanese believers, Christ Church, Port Sudan. 1957?”
SAD.836/1/9
“Synod Group” (10 Feb 1958)
SAD.836/1/10
The clergy of the Diocese of the Sudan at synod (Feb 1958)
SAD.836/1/11
Two Nuba pastors in procession at Khartoum cathedral for priest's ordination (10 Feb 1958)
SAD.836/1/12
The first two Nuba priests, Butrus Tia and Philip Abbas (10 Feb 1958)
SAD.836/1/13
All Africa Bishop's Conference at Canterbury (July 1958)
SAD.836/1/14
Allison with a Greek Orthodox priest (5 Nov 1959)
SAD.836/1/15
Khartoum University corporate breakfast, Clergy House (1961)
SAD.836/1/16
University staff and students corporate breakfast, Clergy House (1961)
SAD.836/1/17-18
South Sudan conferencees, Khartoum cathedral (1961)
SAD.836/1/19
Ordination of Rev. Barahaba, Bishop Gwynne College (Feb 1963)
SAD.836/1/20
Stanley and Gladys Giltrap and family (Nov 1963)
SAD.836/1/21
Allison, Elinana Ngalamu and Yeremaya Dotiro at Bishop Gwynne College (1963)
SAD.836/1/22-24
Allison and Bari clergy at the ordination of village pastors as priests (Feb 1963)
SAD.836/1/25
Allison and others at the missionaries' conference at Lainya (1963)
SAD.836/1/26
“Southern Sudanese assistant bishops reach Kampala”: Yeremaya Dotiro, Elinana Ngalamu, and John Lowe, Commissary in Uganda for the Bishop in the Sudan (19 Oct 1965)
SAD.836/1/27-36
Group photographs of the Episcopal Synod of the Middle East at the consecration of two new Sudanese bishops at Khartoum (Jan 1971)
SAD.836/1/37
Group photograph of clergy (1973 ?)
SAD.836/1/38
Women workers in Kajo Kaji parish (1973)
SAD.836/1/39
Allison, Benjamina Yugusuk, Elinana Ngalamu, Yeremaya Dotiro, Butrus Shukai (1978)
SAD.836/1/40
Elinana Ngalamu and other students at Bishop Gwynne College
SAD.836/1/41
Children's party at the Clergy House
SAD.836/1/42
Children's fancy dress party at the Clergy House
SAD.836/1/43
Pupils at the Unity High School for Girls
SAD.836/1/44
African bishops of East Africa and Sudan
SAD.836/1/45
Daniel Atong and Yohanna Omari with the Archbishop
SAD.836/1/46
Archdeacon Martin, Bishop Daniel, Allison, Archdeacon Riley
SAD.836/1/47
Allison surrounded by Sudanese
SAD.836/1/48
Clergy at the opening of Bishop Gwynne College chapel
SAD.836/1/49
Butrus Shukai and his family, with message of greeting to Allison on reverse
SAD.836/2/1-67
1953-1984
Photographs of individuals, mainly taken in the South Sudan from October to December 1973 (836/2/1-40); photograph of the Faras church fresco (836/2/67)
SAD.836/2/1
“Teacher Alban and father at Tembura”
SAD.836/2/2
“A young student returned from exile”
SAD.836/2/3
“Rev. Enosa Kweda- Unduköri (returned from exile to the Community Agricultural Farm)”
SAD.836/2/4
“Pastor Abarayama Manesse at Kajo Kaji (back from exile)”
SAD.836/2/5
“Christopher Hon, Church Secretary (South)”
SAD.836/2/6
“S. Yithaya de Dut, Southern Regional Government” (member of Diocesan Synod 1973)
SAD.836/2/7
“Bishop Benjamina Yugusuk and wife, Raele”
SAD.836/2/8
“(Raele) Rachel, daughter of Bishop Yer[emaya]”
SAD.836/2/9
“Bishop Yeremaya Dotiro and wife Susana and two sons at Yambio”
SAD.836/2/10
“Mr Sapana Bennsion, Assistant Diocesan Financial Secretary”
SAD.836/2/11
“Rev. Tito Bümo (Town Church) Maridi”
SAD.836/2/12
“Tabita Obo”
SAD.836/2/13
“Chief Jambo at Maridi”
SAD.836/2/14
“Pastor's families at Nzara”
SAD.836/2/15
“Senior woman worker, Kajo Kaji”
SAD.836/2/16
“Solomon Miako and wife Yokobede”
SAD.836/2/17
“T[?] Benjamina”
SAD.836/2/18
“Group of women at Tembura”
SAD.836/2/19
“Eridana Mauzare[?] and family, Nzara”
SAD.836/2/20
“Amosa R. Ngama”
SAD.836/2/21
Unidentified man
SAD.836/2/22
Unidentified women and children
SAD.836/2/23
Allison with Sudanese men
SAD.836/2/24
“Andama, former house-boy of Riley's, Yambio”
SAD.836/2/25
“Enosa Peni Tareja, wife and children”
SAD.836/2/26
“Avokaya Chief - Elisabeth at Barolo”
SAD.836/2/27
“Elipaza Kamanda, Lui”
SAD.836/2/28
“Pastors - Ibba. Enosa Kamisura, Keriopa Fuongo, Yesaya Manbisi”
SAD.836/2/29
Sudanese children
SAD.836/2/30
“Keriopa Fuogo and family, Ibba” 836/2/31 “Bari priests - Kakiwa - Yei parish. Martin Aligo, Noel Nyoma, John Noa, Enosa Kweda, Yona Labu, Luka Ndua, Sila Lugwinji”
SAD.836/2/32
“Kuku pastors - Kajo Kaji. Yakabo Adya, Yoria Longa, Noa Abangile, Eyobo Obadia”
SAD.836/2/33
“Benjamina Yoane and family, Nzana”
SAD.836/2/34
“Sila Lugwinji”
SAD.836/2/35
“Yona Labu”
SAD.836/2/36
“Bishop Yeremaya Dotiro and extended family!”
SAD.836/2/37
“Yoene e/o Bishop Yeremaya”
SAD.836/2/38
“Dario, the bard, Lui”
SAD.836/2/39
“Dario, the bard, and family”
SAD.836/2/40
“One of first Christians at Lui”
SAD.836/2/41
“Pastor John Malou, Rachel and extended family (Sep 1983)”
SAD.836/2/42
“Provost Ephraim, Christine and extended family (Sep 1983)”
SAD.836/2/43
“Sapana Bennsion, Christina and family; the Rev. Michael Lugör on right”
SAD.836/2/44
Allison and Elinana Ngalamu (Khartoum, Sep 1983)
SAD.836/2/45
“Provost Ephraim and Christine”
SAD.836/2/46
Butrus Shukai and Allison (Khartoum Cathedral, Sep 1983)
SAD.836/2/47
Clement Janda, Joyce and baby (Sep 1983)
SAD.836/2/48
Clement Janda and family (Sep 1983)
SAD.836/2/49
Women standing in front of Yei church (1979)
SAD.836/2/50
People standing outside Yei church (1979)
SAD.836/2/51
E.C.S. priest and his wife
SAD.836/2/52
Stephen Odok (1984)
SAD.836/2/53
Allison taking a photograph after a service at Khartoum open-air cathedral
SAD.836/2/54-55
Allison speaking to children
SAD.836/2/56
Morris Gelsthorpe
SAD.836/2/57
Butrus Shukai (1956)
SAD.836/2/58
Jebedayo Swaka, Bari pastor (1977)
SAD.836/2/59
Jebedayo Swaka and family, Juba
SAD.836/2/60
“A Nuba Mountains young Christian”
SAD.836/2/61
Jeroboam Macuor (11 Jul 1967)
SAD.836/2/62
Allison and John Collinson on the banks of the Nile
SAD.836/2/63
Allison (Khartoum, 1953)
SAD.836/2/64
Allison, as chairman of the Sudan Council of Churches, addressing the leaders of the Muslim Community at a tea party (15 Jan 1964)
SAD.836/2/65
Allison
SAD.836/2/66
Daniel Atong and his wife Elizabeth
SAD.836/2/67
Photograph of the fresco at the Church of Faras of Kyros, Bishop of Faras
SAD.836/3/1-22; 836/4/1-28; 836/5/1-29
n.d.
Various postcards of Sudanese scenes, peoples and wildlife, produced by G. Karakashian (number, if any, given in brackets) and other companies, including some of Allison's photographs made into postcards
SAD.836/3/1
Shambe, White Nile [282]
SAD.836/3/2
“Crocodile, south Sudan” [256]
SAD.836/3/3
“Ruins at Sobat”
SAD.836/3/4
“Sudanese Girl School Khartoum”
SAD.836/3/5
Southern Sudanese man
SAD.836/3/6
“Shilluk head-dress”
SAD.836/3/7
Chimpanzees
SAD.836/3/8
“Nuba homestead”
SAD.836/3/9
“Southern Province. Warriors of the Luo tribe”
SAD.836/3/10
“Southern Province.” Village compound
SAD.836/3/11
“Southern Province. Hut for food storage”
SAD.836/3/12
“Main entrance, Nuba dwelling. Nuba Mountains”
SAD.836/3/13
“Dinka homestead”
SAD.836/3/14
“Hippos, Central Africa” [247]
SAD.836/3/15
“Giraffe, Central Africa” [239]
SAD.836/3/16
“Native village, near El-Obeid” [286]
SAD.836/3/17
“On safari, South Sudan” [230]
SAD.836/3/18
“Bringing in vegetables, Khartoum” [274]
SAD.836/3/19
“Camel caravan, El-Obeid” [246]
SAD.836/3/20
“Zoo garden, Khartoum” [250]
SAD.836/3/21
“Buffalo head, Dinder river” [259]
SAD.836/3/22
“Anglican cathedral, Khartoum” [214]
SAD.836/4/1
“Out-school teacher and family”
SAD.836/4/2
Elephant
SAD.836/4/3
Lions
SAD.836/4/4
“Preparing fire for cooking, Equatoria Province”
SAD.836/4/5
“Butcher's shop on the banks of the Nile”
SAD.836/4/6
“A girl grinding the grain”
SAD.836/4/7
“A country in Sudan - Dander”
SAD.836/4/8
“Natural scene - Dungala north of Sudan”
SAD.836/4/9
“Natural scene from north of Sudan Marrawi”
SAD.836/4/10
“Palm picking - Dungala north of Sudan”
SAD.836/4/11
“Shilluk warriors”
SAD.836/4/12
“Going hunting”
SAD.836/4/13
“Shilluk braves at Malakal”
SAD.836/4/14
“Nuer youths”
SAD.836/4/15
“Harvest time, Angolo-Nuba Mountains”
SAD.836/4/16
“Boabab (Tebeldi) Tree, Southern Kordofan Province”
SAD.836/4/17
“Sunset on Blue Nile, Khartoum” [18]
SAD.836/4/18
“Rhinoceros, Central Africa” [237]
SAD.836/4/19
“Two little boys from out-school”
SAD.836/4/20
“A riverside scene, south Sudan”
SAD.836/4/21
“Juba memorial”
SAD.836/4/22
“A herd of elephant, from the Nile”
SAD.836/4/23
Giraffes
SAD.836/4/24
“Dinka dancing, Upper Nile”
SAD.836/4/25
“Shilluk”
SAD.836/4/26
“A Bari archer”
SAD.836/4/27
“Shilluk war dance, Upper Nile Province”
SAD.836/4/28
“A view from Juba Hospital”
SAD.836/5/1
Southern Sudanese woman
SAD.836/5/2
“On trek”
SAD.836/5/3
“Two little girls from school”
SAD.836/5/4
“Out-school teacher and Chief”
SAD.836/5/5
“Wildebeeste”
SAD.836/5/6
Elephant
SAD.836/5/7
“The main group in Christmas play”
SAD.836/5/8
“An out-school teacher and boys”
SAD.836/5/9
“A Northern Sudan family”
SAD.836/5/10
“A Dinka cattle camp”
SAD.836/5/11
“Bishop Gelsthorpe on trek”
SAD.836/5/12
Allison with a Greek Orthodox priest and his family, Wau, 1959
SAD.836/5/13
“Bari woman and baby”
SAD.836/5/14
Southern Sudanese man
SAD.836/5/15
“A Juba schoolboy and teacher”
SAD.836/5/16
“Dinka village at Bor on the White Nile”
SAD.836/5/17
“A riverside home”
SAD.836/5/18
“A family group”
SAD.836/5/19
“A lion cub”
SAD.836/5/20
Elephant
SAD.836/5/21
Aerial photograph of elephants
SAD.836/5/22
“An out-school group”
SAD.836/5/23
“A native dug-out on Nile”
SAD.836/5/24
“Nuer”
SAD.836/5/25
Ostriches
SAD.836/5/26
Lions
SAD.836/5/27
Butcher's shop on the banks of the Nile
SAD.836/5/28
Zebra
SAD.836/5/29
Statue of General Gordon
SAD.833/3/1-6
1951-1958
Miscellaneous large photographs
SAD.833/3/1
The first meeting of the Sudan Diocesan Synod (February 1951)
SAD.833/3/2
Group of Christians on the steps of the Clergy House, Khartoum (Easter 1954)
SAD.833/3/3
The White Nile Bridge?
SAD.833/3/4
The Bishops of the Episcopal Synod of the Middle East, 1958 : F.F. Johnston (Egypt and Libya), Allison (Sudan), A.C. MacInnes (Jerusalem), the Archbishop of Canterbury, W.J. Thompson (Iran), D.D. Atong (Assistant Bishop of the Sudan), N.A. Cubain (Jordan, Lebanon and Syria)
SAD.833/3/5
A Nile cataract
SAD.833/3/6
Allison knocking on the cathedral door during a ceremony
SAD.833/4/1-25
n.d.
Various mounted displays, including postcards (833/4/1-14), photographs of the southern Sudan (833/4/15-16), and the frescoes of Faras Church (833/4/14-25)
SAD.833/4/1
“"On the move" in Kassala province” [38]
SAD.833/4/2
“Camel caravan, El Obeid” [246]
SAD.833/4/3
“Cargo boat on Blue Nile, Khartoum” [251]
SAD.833/4/4
“Forest and river, South Sudan” [244]
SAD.833/4/5
“Crocodile, South Sudan” [256]
SAD.833/4/6
“Zebra - South Sudan” [235]
SAD.833/4/7
“Sudan Railways steamer, Wadi Halfa” [32]
SAD.833/4/8
“River and forest, South Sudan” [231]
SAD.833/4/9
“Fishing on the White Nile, Khartoum” [15]
SAD.833/4/10
“On safari, South Sudan” [230]
SAD.833/4/11
“A village Shambe, White Nile” [282]
SAD.833/4/12
“Elephants in South Sudan” [291]
SAD.833/4/13
“Cargo boat on White Nile, Khartoum” [253]
SAD.833/4/14
“Camel riders at El Obeid” [269]
SAD.833/4/15
“Dug-out canoe in swamp”
SAD.833/4/16
“Swamp-land”
SAD.833/4/17
Hilary Logale, Government minister, and Allison
SAD.833/4/18
Butrus Shukai
SAD.833/4/19
“Archangel rises from Nubian sands”
SAD.833/4/20,24
“Archangel Michael protecting Shadrach, Meshach and Abednego”
SAD.833/4/21
“Madonna and child protecting Nubian young prince(?)”
SAD.833/4/22
“East wall of north aisle. Nativity scene”
SAD.833/4/23
“Madonna and child (with later fresco)”
SAD.833/4/25
“The Saviour's body taken down from the cross”
SAD.833/5/1-7
1972
Display of photographs of the return of refugees
SAD.833/5/1
Rebuilding work in progress
SAD.833/5/2
Group of returnees
SAD.833/5/3
Returnee woman
SAD.833/5/4
River boat with returnees on it
SAD.833/5/5
Group of returnees outside a church?
SAD.833/5/6
Group of children
SAD.833/5/7
Group of returnees
SAD.836/6/1-15
c. 1972
Photographs cut from magazines and from the Tear Fund Sudan Information Pack
SAD.836/6/1
Roseires dam, the Blue Nile
SAD.836/6/2
Dinka youth going to a dance
SAD.836/6/3
A Dinka settlement in the sudd
SAD.836/6/4
Market at Maridi; a church drum
SAD.836/6/5
Shilluk fishermen on the Sobat River; Shilluk house-building
SAD.836/6/6
Nilotic cattle camp
SAD.836/6/7
Gezira cotton-pickers
SAD.836/6/8
The training of blacksmiths since the war
SAD.836/6/9
Erika Wasser working at the first A.C.R.O.S.S. dispensary
SAD.836/6/10
Child cultivating the land
SAD.836/6/11
Sudanese children
SAD.836/6/12
Refugees returning to the southern Sudan in 1972
SAD.836/6/13
Khartoum University
SAD.836/6/14
The Republican Palace
SAD.836/6/15
The main road, Maridi
(c) slides, 1951-1984
Dated slides, in chronological order, are followed by undated ones, which are arranged by subject. Most slides are annotated by Allison
SAD.819/1/1-3
1951, 1954
Staff and students of the Divinity School and the P.T.T.C. (Pastors' Teacher Training College?) at Yei
SAD.819/1/4 - 819/3/7
c1956
Scenes of the south and of the southern Sudanese, and of Port Sudan (819/3/1-4)
SAD.819/3/8
1957
Group at the Divinity School
SAD.819/3/9-19
1959
The laying of the Juba cathedral foundation stone (819/3/9-11) and scenes of the south (819/3/12-19)
SAD.819/3/20-819/4/9
1960
Southern Christians (819/3/20-4/1-4,9), the inter-school sports day at Juba (819/4/5-6) and boy scouts (819/4/7-8)
SAD.819/4/10-819/7/2
1961
Church activities in Khartoum and the south, especially Yei parish (819/4/10-16) and Bishop Gwynne College (819/5/7-13); scenes of the southern Sudan
SAD.819/7/3-819/9/4
1962
Juba cathedral under construction (819/7/3-7, 819/12/13-15), deacons and women workers at Yei parish (819/7/8-17), and church services
SAD.819/9/5-819/13/8
1963
The consecration of Juba cathedral and a morning service (819/10/4- 12/1), church services and the ordinations of clergy, and scenes of the southern Sudan
SAD.819/13/9-819/16/1
1964
Juba cathedral and scenes of landscapes and churches
SAD.819/16/2-819/18/20
1965
The Queen's visit to the Sudan: Khartoum cathedral and the Jebel Aulia dam
SAD.819/19/1-819/20/17
1966
Scenes of the Nile, Juba cathedral, Malakal, etc
SAD.819/20/18-819/22/5
1967
Scenes of churches and confirmations in the south
SAD.819/22/6-820/3/11
1968
Bari church school, the Unity High School (820/1/14-2/5), the ordination of new pastors, and the C.M.S. hospital Omdurman (820/3/7-10)
SAD.820/3/12-820/7/15
1969
The Diocesan Board (820/3/14-15,17), friends and their families, churches and church workers
SAD.820/7/16-820/9/14
1970
Family and friends, church services and clergy, and Khartoum cathedral
SAD.820/9/15-820/11/18
1971
The Episcopal Synod of the Middle East and the consecration of Butrus Tia Shukai and Benjamina Yugusuk as Assistant Bishops (820/9/15- 10/14), confirmations and other services in Khartoum and the south
SAD.820/11/19-820/15/9
1972
Services in Juba cathedral and Khartoum open air cathedral, Sudanese refugee pastors, congregations and clergy, and Suakin (820/14/18-15/5)
SAD.820/15/10-820/17/17
1973
Family and friends, and groups of clergy
SAD.820/17/18-820/19/18
1974
Church life in the south since the ending of the civil war
SAD.820/19/19-820/20/16
1976
The inauguration of the E.C.S. as a Province and the visit of the Archbishop of Canterbury (820/20/9-15), and southern scenes
SAD.820/20/17-19
1977
The new parish church at Lainya
SAD.820/20/20-820/21/1, 5, 8
1979, 1981-1982
Omdurman Bible Training Institute class
SAD.820/21/2
1980
Clergy at Juba cathedral
SAD.820/21/3-7
1981
Clergy and miscellaneous
SAD.820/21/9-821/1/8
1983
The dedication of Khartoum cathedral
SAD.821/1/9-821/3/4
1984
The consecration of bishops at Juba cathedral
SAD.821/3/5-821/5/20
n.d.
Slideshow: “Jesus Christ, Saviour of the Sudan” [see written commentary at 816/27/10-23]
SAD.821/6/1 - 821/13/11, 821/18/3
n.d.
Slides of churches and cathedrals, synods and church services, clergy, and lay workers:
SAD.821/6/1-821/8/20
n.d.
Churches and cathedrals, including Khartoum cathedral (821/6/1- 8), Juba cathedral (821/6/9-14), St Paul's, Wad Medani (821/6/15-16), the Church of the Saviour, Omdurman (821/6/17- 18), Christchurch, Port Sudan (821/6/19-821/7/3), Mundri (821/7/4-5), Lainya, old and new (821/7/6-9), Yei, old and new (821/7/10-12), Mundri (821/7/13-14), and others
SAD.821/9/1-821/11/2
n.d.
Congregations and church services, at Khartoum, Juba, Lainya, Meridi, Lui, Yei, Wad Medani, etc
SAD.821/11/3-821/12/12
n.d.
Bishops and clergy at various synods, ceremonies and church services
SAD.821/12/13-821/13/11, 821/18/3
n.d.
Church workers, such as women workers and evangelists (821/12/14-20), and lay readers (821/13/1-2); Christian clubs and bookshops
SAD.821/13/12-821/16/2
n.d.
Slides of schools and school activities e.g. sports (821/13/12-16) at Katcha, the Nugent School, Lui, Loka, Rokon, the Juba and Omdurman Bible Training Institutes, Rumbek, Yambio Girls' School, Yei, etc
SAD.821/16/3-821/17/8
n.d.
The pupils, staff, buildings and grounds of Bishop Gwynne College and the Unity High School
SAD.821/17/9-12
n.d.
Various slides of a medical nature: clinics, nurses and patients
SAD.821/17/13-821/18/2, 9
n.d.
Various Khartoum buildings e.g. the Palace, the tomb of the Mahdi, Khartoum University, statues, etc
SAD.821/18/5-8
n.d.
Slides of boy scouts
SAD.821/18/10-822/5/20
n.d.
Slides of individuals, such as Elinana Ngalamu (821/18/10-16), Butrus Tia Shukai (821/18/17-822/1/2,822/2/10-11), John Malou Ater (822/1/3-6), Donald Coggan, the Archbishop of Canterbury, on his visit in 1976 (822/1/7-14), Benjamina Yugusuk (822/1/15-18), Solomon Manumingi (822/1/19-20), Ezra Lawiri (822/2/6-7), Seme Solomona (822/2/12-15), Yeremaya Dotiro (822/2/16-18), and others
SAD.822/6/1-822/12/20
n.d.
Various slides of the landscapes and scenes of the Sudan, predominantly of the south
SAD.822/6/1 - 822/8/5
n.d.
The Blue and White Nile and its bridges and dams, various lakes and rivers, and the sudd
SAD.822/8/6 - 822/9/3
n.d.
Scenes of the villages, hills and landscapes of the Nuba Mountains
SAD.822/9/4-822/12/20
n.d.
Various scenes, mainly of the south, including ones of Juba (822/9/4-10) and Equatoria generally (822/9/20-822/10/4), and also Port Sudan (822/9/16-19), Nuer land, the Gezira, and other places
SAD.822/13/1-17
n.d.
Slides of trees, plants and flowers
SAD.822/13/18-822/17/6
n.d.
Lions, giraffes, elephants, hippos, birds, etc, and the animals in Khartoum Zoo
SAD.822/17/7-826/22/7
n.d.
Slides of the Sudanese (almost all southerners), including the Dinka (822/17/7-822/18/11), the Nuba (822/18/12-826/1/6), the Bari (826/1/7-9), the Murle (826/1/10-11), the Shilluk (826/1/12-14), the Zande (826/2/5-7); the inhabitants of Lui (826/4/16-826/5/3,5), previous hitMundari (826/6/8-10) and Panekar (826/6/11-14); the S.D.F. band at El Obeid (826/6/5-7)
SAD.826/8/8-826/9/8
n.d.
Miscellaneous slides: maps, the Faras church frescos (including that of Kyros, Bishop of Faras), Southern Sudanese artefacts, a saqiyah, and others
SAD.816/19-24, 28
1972-1980
Slidestrips concerning religious life in the southern Sudan after the Addis Ababa peace agreement
SAD.816/19
c1972
“Report from the Southern Sudan”: 28 slides accompanying a tape (816/12) presenting the devastation of the civil war, aid, training, rebuilding, and religious life
SAD.816/20
1980
“The Growth of a Church”: 74 slides accompanying a tape (816/16) concerning the church revival after the civil war
SAD.816/21
n.d.
“An army chaplain in the south Sudan”: 99 slides
SAD.816/22
n.d.
“Sudan”: 75 slides of Torit, Juba and Yei
SAD.816/23
1972-1973
“Sudan Portraits”: 37 negatives
SAD.816/24
n.d.
“Sara's story”: 65 slides accompanying a script (816/25/31)
SAD.816/28
n.d.
78 slides, mainly duplicates of photographs in an album (787/3)
(d) cinefilms, c1940 and later
Black and white films taken by Allison in the 1940s in and around the Juba area, with some scenes shot in Kenya or Uganda. Most are of poor quality
SAD.765/14
ca. 1940
Juba scenes; young men hoeing ground (probably Juba school); loading grain sacks on to lorry; schoolboys; boys swimming in river; river scenes
16mm, black and white, 2 minutes (poor quality)
SAD.765/15
c1940
High waterfall (Uganda/Kenya?); schoolboys walking through tall grass; gathering of boys, probably mission station; boys waving branches in greeting to two men; young man reading to crowd; boys fishing
16mm, black and white, 2 minutes (poor quality)
SAD.765/16
c1940
Pastor leading group of boys carrying chairs; view of hilly terrain; waterfall; trees
16mm, black and white, 2 minutes (poor quality)
SAD.765/17
c1940
Children; British men at gathering (possibly mission station), sitting in chairs; boys sitting in group; local pastors; mission gathering; boys marching with spears
16mm, black and white, 2 minutes
SAD.765/18
c1940
Monkeys tied to tree; river view with hippos; dugout canoe on fast- flowing river; canoe approaching riverbank and passengers disembarking
16mm, black and white, 2 minutes
SAD.765/19
c1940
Southern Sudan village; class of boys; boys hoeing ground; young man; boys making fishing nets
16mm, black and white, 2 minutes
SAD.765/20
c1940
Gathering of boys and men, waving farewell to departing motor; views of terrain and road from motor vehicle; river views; officials and passengers on lorry, leaving village; views of terrain
16mm, black and white, 2 minutes
SAD.765/21
c1940
Hippo on land and in river; animals moving in grass; river views including hippos; hippo on land; elephant grazing
16mm, black and white, 2 minutes
SAD.766/1
c1940
Tame lion cub, Juba; man with donkey on road; young men in dugout canoe on fast flowing river
16mm, black and white, 2 minutes
SAD.766/2
c1940
Gathering of missionaries in southern village, probably Juba, including Guy Bullen; taking afternoon tea; pet monkey in tree; porters on trek
16mm, black and white, 2 minutes
Cinefilms, c1940 and later: colour
Colour cinefilms taken by Allison in unidentified Middle Eastern country, possibly Lebanon or Palestine. Undated, but probably taken in the 1950s or 1960s. Most are of poor quality
SAD.766/3
Street scenes; architecture; mosque; hillside; man with horse; Roman/Egyptian remains
SAD.8mm, colour, 4 minutes
SAD.766/4
Hillside, village in distance; antiquities; minaret; lush countryside; man and young boy walking along path; river valley; views of terrain, with numerous trees; hillside
SAD.8mm, colour, 4 minutes
SAD.766/5
Hillside; two old bearded men holding scrolls; wide valley; group of churchmen including Orthodox priests; palm trees; hills; tourists climbing rocks; antiquities
SAD.8mm, colour, 4 minutes
SAD.766/6
Hillside; sites of antiquities; view of town with modern tower blocks; Roman columns; views of hilly terrain
SAD.8mm, colour, 4 minutes
SAD.766/7
Tourists on hillside; views of countryside; hillside village; antiquities; amphitheatre
SAD.8mm, colour, 2 minutes
(e) videos
SAD.Video 13
VHS time-coded video copy of films 765/14 - 765/21 and 766/1 - 766/2 above
SAD.Video 14
VHS time-coded video copy of films 766/3 - 766/7 above
5. Audio Material
SAD.816/1
1961 Jan 1
Confirmation service at Mundri parish church, with Moru hymns and choruses; commentary by Allison
reel to reel
SAD.816/2
1961
Dinka choruses and new Christian songs sung at Mambe's church centre
reel to reel
SAD.816/3
1961
Confirmation service at the village church of Namima, with Zande choruses; commentary and Zande prayers and blessing spoken by Allison
reel to reel
SAD.816/4
1961-1962
1962: Moru choruses and hymns sung at a confirmation service at Mundri parish church
reel to reel
SAD.816/5
1962
Concert given by schoolboys at Akot elementary school
reel to reel
SAD.816/6
1962
Concert of Zande music and dancing given at Bishop Gwynne College, featuring a mock fight and a witchdoctor's dance; songs of a Bishop Gwynne College student music competition: a Moru and a Nuba hymn
reel to reel
SAD.816/7
n.d.
Confirmation service at Maridi parish church, with Zande hymns; confirmation service on the Maridi-Yambio road, with Zande choruses
reel to reel
SAD.816/8
n.d.
Allison, having a holiday at Moraka, tries to tape the "noises off" of Africa
reel to reel
SAD.816/9
n.d.
Christmas at Lui: carol service procession on Chrismas Eve and Christmas Day service; Allison's commentary
reel to reel
SAD.816/10
n.d.
Dinka music and dancing, with commentary by Allison
reel to reel
SAD.816/11
1963
Allison reads out the sermon that he gave at the consecration, concerning the duties of bishops
reel to reel
SAD.816/12
c. 1972
"Report from the Southern Sudan", slideshow concerning the return of the refugees, the rehabilitation of agriculture, the Church revival, and future prospects [accompanying slidestrip at 816/19]
reel to reel
SAD.816/13
1973
Interviews with Yeremaya Dotiro and Elinana Ngalamu concerning their escape from the troubles in 1965 and the exile
cassette
SAD.816/14
1974 Oct 15
Recording of the Sudan church celebration held in Church House, Westminster, an occasion of thanksgiving for the growth of the church under Allison. Various guest speakers, including Allison and Donald Coggan, the Archbishop of York (both on side 2) [transcript of Allison's address at 804/15/43-46]
cassette
SAD.816/15
1976
"Towards maturity": an account of the growth of the E.C.S. from the pioneer missionaries until its inauguration as a separate Province
reel to reel
SAD.816/25/1-30
Transcript of above commentary [slides referred to are in section 4c, arranged with other slides of the same subjects]
SAD.816/16
1980
"The growth of a church": C.M.S. soundstrip concerning the church revival after the civil war [accompanying slidestrip at 816/20]
cassette
SAD.816/26/1-8
Operator's script
SAD.816/17
1980
Recording of words and music by Seme Solomona (some used in "Sudan mosaic" at 816/8) concerning Africa's conversion to Christianity and evangelism [transcript at 804/15/49]
cassette
SAD.816/18
1985
"Sudan mosaic": slideshow presenting the variety of the culture and geography of the Sudan, the background to the emergence of the church
cassette
SAD.816/27/1-9
Commentary on the 56 slides [in slide section]
SAD.816/25/31
Operator's script for "Sara" [accompanying slidestrip at 816/24]
SAD.816/27/10-23
1985
Written commentary for the slideshow "Jesus Christ Saviour of Sudan" [see slides at 821/3/5-821/5/20]
SAD.816/25/32-46
Commentary for a slideshow tour of the south after the Addis Ababa peace agreement [the slides are missing, but similar ones can be found in the slide section]
SAD.816/27/24-28
1971
Promotional material for a film called Anya Nya
6. Maps
SAD.813/10/24
n.d.
The Province of the Episcopal Church of the Sudan
scale:   200 miles to 1.5 inch
Size: 11.8" x 16.5"
SAD.813/10/25
n.d.
The Sudan
scale:   200 miles to 1"
Size: 6.7" x 9.4"
SAD.813/10/26
n.d.
The economic resources of the Sudan
scale:   600 miles to 2.5"
Size: 7.5" x 9.4"
SAD.813/10/27-30
1917-1918
View and military sketch map of the Nyima Gebels, with relevant notes and an illustration of the British officers' hut on the Sagan-Kushi zariba line ( The Cavalry Journal, No.97)
scale:   1.017 miles to 1"
Size: 12.6" x 8.3"
7. Miscellanea
SAD.813/12/8-67; 813/13/1-73
1936-1985
Appeal leaflets; orders of service; information leaflets concerning the Church in the Sudan; prayers and hymns; “Mysterious Africa”, a poem by Joseph Lagu (813/13/43); the National Anthem of the Republic of the Sudan (813/13/47); miscellaneous letters written in 1934 and 1977 to Dr Elfrida Gelsthorpe (813/13/56-57); letter from Noël White and the Church of Ireland concerning thanksgiving and prayer in relation to projects within the E.C.S. (813/13/58); other letters and notes
SAD.813/5/1-46
1980
Script of Esther, a play performed by the Unity High School for Girls, Khartoum
SAD.813/11/1-32
1966-1987
Obituaries of Anderea Apaya (813/11/1-5), Sir Angus Gillan (813/11/6), David Brown (813/11/7-15), Yeremaya Dotiro (813/11/16), Butrus Shukai (813/11/17-18), Martin Parr (813/11/19), Abarayama Kenyi Manasse (813/11/20), John Malou Ater (813/11/21-25), Dr John Trimingham (813/11/26), Spen Deeks (813/11/27-28), Emmanuella Lurit (813/11/29), Freda Sharland (813/11/30), Clarice Casson (813/11/31), and Betty Paul (813/11/32)
SAD.833/2/1-30
1974 Oct 15
Celebration album presented to Allison on his retirement, containing signatures from his friends
8. Museum Objects
SAD.818/1
n.d.
Necklace made from beads and teeth
Size: 57cm long
SAD.818/2
n.d.
Necklace made from beads and teeth
Size: 54cm long
SAD.818/3
n.d.
Necklace made from beads, teeth and bones
Size: 41 cm long
SAD.818/4
n.d.
Wooden bowl
Size: 20cm diameter
SAD.818/5
n.d.
Thumb harp with bead strap
Size: 15x23cm
SAD.818/6
n.d.
Travelling knife with leather sheath
Size: 36cm long
SAD.818/7
n.d.
Head of hunting spear
Size: 36cm long
SAD.818/8
n.d.
Horn-pipe
Size: 41cm long
SAD.818/9
n.d.
Goat bell, metal
Size: 14cm long, mouth 8cm wide
SAD.823/1
n.d.
Camel bell, wood
Size: 15cm long, mouth 19cm wide
SAD.823/2
n.d.
Cow bell, metal with leather strap
Size: 13cm long, mouth 14cm wide
SAD.823/3
n.d.
Stool/headrest, wood with leather strap
Size: 20cm tall, 25cm wide
SAD.824/1
n.d.
Giraffe-tail swat
Size: 85cm long
SAD.824/2
n.d.
Ivory armband
Size: 14cm diameter, 9cm wide
SAD.824/3
n.d.
Decorated gourd
Size: 19cm wide, 8cm tall
SAD.825/1
n.d.
Woven basket
Size: 34x14cm
SAD.825/2
n.d.
Woven hand basket
Size: base 8x8cm, 15cm tall
SAD.825/3
n.d.
Water jug holder? made of net
Size: 145cm long
G//S 1038/1
n.d.
Decorated axe
Size: 45cm long
G//S 1038/2
n.d.
Barbed head of fishing spear
Size: 46cm long
G//S 1038/3
n.d.
Barbed head of fishing spear
Size: 49cm long, 5cm wide
G//S 1038/4
n.d.
Dinka club, ebony
Size: 75cm long
G//S 1038/5
n.d.
Head of hunting spear
Size: 62cm long, 7cm wide
G//S 1038/6
n.d.
Zande chief's knife with curved blade
Size: 40cm long, 20cm wide
G//S 1038/7
n.d.
Decorated gourd
Size: 12cm wide
G//S 1038/8
n.d.
Leather case containing a witch doctor's kit, comprising two shakers (made of seed pods?) and a decorated gourd containing ritual sticks, bones, pebbles, etc
G//S 1038/9
n.d.
Carved walking stick
Size: 93cm long
G//S 992
n.d.
Framed copy of the fresco in the church of Faras depicting Kyros, Bishop of Faras (869-902). Presented to Allison by Sir Sirr al-Khatim al- Khalifah in 1974
Size: 82 x 102cm
SAD.834/1-34
1940-1949, 1974
Watercolours of various southern scenes by Allison and G.Riley
SAD.834/1
n.d.
“Belinyan, Juba”
SAD.834/2
1949
“Dawn. Nearing Bor on the White Nile”
SAD.834/3
n.d.
“Terrakekka Tukls”
SAD.834/4
c1945-1950
“Tonj police post and prison”
SAD.834/5
n.d.
Lui church
SAD.834/6
c1940
White Nile at Adok
SAD.834/7-8
1974
Paintings by pupils at the Clergy house School
SAD.834/9
1949
“View from below Salara rest house, overlooking Church Rock”
SAD.834/10
1940
“The Aga Falls, Yei district”
SAD.834/11
1949
“The road leading to Salara mission, near the wells”
SAD.834/12
1944
“Port Tudor and harbour, Mombasa”
SAD.834/13
1949
“View from mission house Salara”
SAD.834/14
1940
“Lomiega rest house in the Luluba hills”
SAD.834/15
1946
“A Dinka cattle camp from the top of a river steamer”
SAD.834/16
n.d.
Lui, Mount Rori in the background
SAD.834/17
1940
Karobe mountain in background
SAD.834/18
n.d.
“Maridiparish church, Equatoria”
SAD.834/19
1944
“A Zande out-school”
SAD.834/20
1946
“Shilluk village on the banks of the White Nile, near Malakal”
SAD.834/21
1943
“Nuer homestead at Ler, Upper Nile Province”
SAD.834/22
1946
“Dinka cattle camp on the banks of the White Nile”
SAD.834/23
1946
“Evening light over Shambe lake, Bahr el Ghazal”
SAD.834/24
1943
“Dinka homestead at Akot”
SAD.834/25
n.d.
“Peaks of Mount Kinyeti from Gilo, Equatoria”
SAD.834/26
1949
“Nyimang houses nestling amongst rocks, Salara”
SAD.834/27
n.d.
“Golden Mohur in bloom, Maridi”
SAD.834/28
1948
“Stream in middle of Toich, Gel river”
SAD.834/29
1949
“The valley leading from Kadugli to Katcha”
SAD.834/30
1949
“The Lady Rock, near Salara”
SAD.834/31
n.d.
“The White Nile in the area of the Sudd” by Theodore Chambers
SAD.834/32
n.d.
“River Sue at Moroto in dry season-border of Equatoria”
SAD.834/33
n.d.
“View from verandah of Bishop's house, Maridi, Equatoria”
SAD.834/34
n.d.
“Garden of Bishop's house, Maridi, Equatoria”
9. Newspaper Cuttings and Press Releases
SAD.814/1-814/18
1913-1989 (predominantly 1935-1939, 1961-1989)
Cuttings and extracts from various British and Sudanese newspapers and magazines, concerning the early missions from 1917 until 1939 (814/1/1-17), political events from 1961 to 1989, and the progress and sufferings of the E.C.S.: the expulsion of the missionaries in 1964, the civil war from 1965 to 1972 and the consequent exile of the Church in Uganda, the closure of Khartoum cathedral in 1971, the Addis Ababa peace agreement in 1972, the postwar reconstruction of the south and the growth of the church, the introduction of the sharia law in 1983, the resumption of the civil war in 1984, and the famine
SAD.814/1/1
1913 Apr 1
"Seed sowing among the Dinkas at Malek", by W.H. Scamell (from Awake)
SAD.814/1/2
1935
The death of Dr K.G. Fraser at Lui (from Eastward Ho!)
SAD.814/1/3-4
1936
"Medical pioneering in the Nuba Mountains", by Dermot Kerr
SAD.814/1/5-6
n.d.
"Among the Nubas"
SAD.814/1/7-8
1937 Jun
"At the Nugent School, Loka" (from The Round World)
SAD.814/1/9
1938 May 12
"Letter from the Nugent School at Loka" by by G.F. Earl
SAD.814/1/10
1938 Oct
"A Nuer Chief" by R.S. Macdonald (from Eastward Ho!)
SAD.814/1/11-16
1938 Dec
"The way of the pioneer" by Dr Catherine Macdonald, describing medical work on Zeraf Island
SAD.814/1/17
1939 Feb 19
"A crocodile rescue" (from The Round World)
SAD.814/1/18-20
1953 Apr 20-22
Cuttings from The Sudan Star concerning the enthronement of Allison
SAD.814/1/21-33
1961-1963
Cuttings from Sudanese and English papers concerning the relations between the Sudanese government and the missions, including a letter from Allison to The Times (814/1/24)
SAD.814/2/1-115
1964
The deportation of missionaries, the state visit of General Abbud to Britain, the fall of the military government, racial riots in Khartoum
SAD.814/3/1-116
1965
The state visit of the Queen to the Sudan, the new coalition government, the round-table conference on the southern problem, the election of Mahjub, the massacres in Juba and Wau and the destruction of Bishop Gwynne College, and a letter by Allison to The Times (814/3/73) concerning the intensification of fighting in the south, and the escape of Yeremaya Dotiro and Elinana Ngalamu to Uganda
SAD.814/4/1-41
1966
The civil war in the south and the refugee problem, the Sudan Council of Churches Day of Prayer for the Sudan, Allison forbidden to enter the south, the election of Sadiq al-Mahdi as Prime Minister, the visit of Allison to the south
SAD.814/5/1-16
1967
The conclusion of the All Africa Council of Churches visit to the Sudan, the threat of the Islamisation of the south, Mahjub becomes Prime Minister for a second time, Allison urges the Ugandan Church to train the Sudanese clergy
SAD.814/6/1-29
1968
The civil war and the refugee situation, a letter to the Sudan Diocesan Review from Allison concerning the Diocese (814/6/10), the Lambeth Conference, and obituaries of Morris Gelsthorpe (814/6/15-16)
SAD.814/7/1-39
1969
The civil war and refugees, Allison's wish for the Diocese to become a Province (814/7/13), statements of the May Revolution (814/7/14-16) and autonomy for the south (814/7/22-23)
SAD.814/8/1-52
1970
The government's attack on the ansari at Aba Island, the launch of the Southern Sudan Association, an interview with Joseph Garang, the Minister of State for Southern Affairs (814/8/15-16), articles in The Southern Sudan News by Joseph Garang on the southern Sudan (814/8/21-23), the growth of the Sudan church, the massacre of Christians at Bansa, the appointment of Butrus Shukai and Benjamina Yugusuk as Assistant Bishops (814/8/34- 35), and the closure of Khartoum cathedral
SAD.814/9/1-50
1971
Comment upon the civil war, the attempted Communist coup, Allison's experience of hijacking at Benghazi (814/9/35), the closure of Khartoum cathedral
SAD.814/10/1-46
1972
The closure of Khartoum cathedral, the Addis Ababa Peace Agreement, including the text of the Presidential Decrees concerning aspects of southern government (814/10/31), Allison's Christmas Message (814/10/40), the rehabilitation of the south
SAD.814/11/1-25
1973
Allison's planned resignation, relief and reconstruction in the south, and the return of the refugees
SAD.814/12/1-21
1974
Allison's resignation, the reconstruction of the south, official Sudan Church celebration of the growth of the Church in the south, and an account of recent events in the Diocese by Allison in the Fulwood Parish Magazine (814/12/18)
SAD.814/13/1-5
1975
Special reports on the Sudanese economy (814/13/1-4)
SAD.814/13/6-25
1976
An account of a visit to the Church in the Sudan in Church Times (814/13/6), an attempted coup in July, a review of Through Fire and Water in the Church Times (814/13/20)
SAD.814/13/26-35
1977
A special report by The Times on the Sudan (814/13/27-30), an obituary of Campbell MacInnes by Allison (814/13/31-33)
SAD.814/13/36-38
1978 Apr 20
New Scientist article on the Jonglei canal (814/13/36-38)
SAD.814/14/1-6
1979
The influx of Ugandan refugees, an interview with Dr Hasan Turabi (814/14/4-5)
SAD.814/14/7-13
1980
An article in the Nile Mirror on Islamisation, an account of how Christians secured freedom of religion in the south in Church Scene, an article by Sayed Ahmad al-Mahdi on Christian-Muslim relations in New World News
SAD.814/14/14
1981 Nov 8
An article on the Sudan's internal problems in the Guardian Weekly
SAD.814/14/15
1982 Nov 26
Ugandan refugees fleeing into the Sudan
SAD.814/14/16-83
1983
Articles concerning the closure of Khartoum cathedral in Sudanow (814/14/16-20), an interview with the Chief Justice concerning the introduction of the sharia law in Sudanow (814/14/22-24), the sharia and the crisis of Numairi's regime
SAD.814/15/1-64
1984
Articles concerning Islamisation and the introduction of the sharia law, the resumption of fighting in the south and the declaration of a state of emergency
SAD.814/16/1-80
1985
The execution of Mahmud Muhammad Taha, the civil war, the famine, international aid, and the fall of Numairi
SAD.814/17/1-43
1986
Comment on the famine, the civil war and the elections by Africa Confidential
SAD.814/17/44-77
1987
The famine and the civil war, the massacre at Ed Da`ein, the collapse of the governing coalition, fighting in Khartoum cathedral and the schism in the E.C.S.
SAD.814/18/1-53
1988
The famine, aid, the civil war and the floods in Khartoum, articles in Africa Confidential on the S.P.L.A.
SAD.814/18/54-61
1989
The famine and the civil war, and an article in For a Change on Joseph Lagu (814/18/55)
SAD.813/6/1-40
1966-1985 (predominantly 1970-1972)
Press releases from the government and church groups concerning events in the Sudan
SAD.813/6/1-4
1966 Dec 15-22
The All Africa Council of Churches goodwill mission to the Sudan
SAD.813/6/5
1970 Aug 27-Sep 3
The massacre of refugees on 23 Jul 1970
SAD.813/6/6-7
1971 Mar 10
The Minister of Defence discloses plots against the Sudan
SAD.813/6/8-9
1971 Jul 10
Report from the Minority Rights Group on "the Southern Sudan and Eritrea"
SAD.813/6/10-12
1971 Jul
"All Saints' cathedral, Khartoum, to be closed"
SAD.813/6/13-17
1972 Apr 5-7
Summaries of news from the British Embassy at Khartoum
SAD.813/6/18
1972 May 18
"The President meets the southern clergymen"
SAD.813/6/19
c1972
President Numairi greets the third assembly of the All Africa Conference of Churches
SAD.813/6/20-22
c1972
Christian Aid news releases on rehabilitation in the south
SAD.813/6/23-25
c1972
Photographs by Margaret Murray: some southern Sudanese return to their ruined church; a child treated at the dispensary of Kajo Kaji; life returning to a ruined village
SAD.813/6/26-31
1976 Jul 8
Statement by Sadiq al-Mahdi against Numairi's government
SAD.813/6/32-33
1983 Oct 13
"Numairi addresses the nation"
SAD.813/6/34-40
1985 Feb 8-Jul 23
C.M.S. news releases concerning famine relief
Printed material