Bunsen, Charles de
Introduction
Charles de Bunsen
Arrangement

Catalogue
1. Official Papers
2. Personal Papers
3. Trek diaries
4. Memoirs
5. Newspaper Cuttings
6. Photographic Material
(a) Photograph Albums
(b) Loose Photographs
7. Maps
8. Miscellanea
Reference code: GB-0033-SAD
Title: Bunsen, Charles de
Dates of creation: 1928-1979
Extent: 2 boxes
Held by: Durham University Library, Archives and Special Collections
Created by: Bunsen, Charles de
Language: English

Charles de Bunsen

(1905 - 1969)

1928-1933Assistant District Commissioner, Northern Kordofan
1934-1936District Commissioner, Northern Kordofan
1937-1938Assistant District Commissioner, Blue Nile Province, Wad Medani & Southern Gezira Districts
1939-1941District Commissioner, Rufa'a District, Blue Nile / Gezira Province,
1940-1941Bimbashi, Sudan Defence Force
1941Senior Political Officer, O.E.T.A.
1941-1942Liaison Officer for the Minister for Middle East
1942-1944District Commissioner, Beja District, Kassala Province
1944-1946District Commissioner, Khartoum Province
1946-1950District Commissioner / Deputy Governor (from 1948), Darfur
1951-1952Deputy Governor, Equatoria Province
1952-1954Governor, Khartoum Province


Arrangement

1. Official Papers
2. Personal Papers
3. Trek Diaries
4. Memoirs
5. Newspaper Cuttings
6. Photographic Material
(a) Photograph Albums
(b) Loose Photographs
7. Maps
8. Miscellanea

Accession details

Presented by Mr P. de Bunsen, 1998

Catalogue
1. Official Papers
SAD.331/29/1-47
1936
Handing over notes by de Bunsen for Northern Kordofan, including sections on Sir Ali al-Tum; Kababish tribal groups; Northern Hills tribes; Howawir; taxation; education; police; public security; medical and veterinary; communications and buildings; merchants and suqs; and miscellaneous
SAD.331/29/48-81
1937 Jan 8
Northern Kordofan annual report by J.F. Tiernay, D.C., with covering letter to D. Newbold, Governor of Kordofan. Topics covered include agriculture, communications, education, finance, lands survey, public health, public security and justice, public works, rainfall and climate, trade and economics, tribal politics, veterinary and miscellaneous
SAD.331/30/1-11
1939 Mar 20-Jun 27
Papers relating to de Bunsen's role as D.C. Rufa'a, Blue Nile Province comprising two petitions ( Arabic with ts English translation), the first from [the inhabitants of Rufa'a?] to de Bunsen expressing loyalty to the Sudan Government, thanking the Medical Service for their role in preventing the spread of relapsing fever in the locality and declaring their support for the S.D.F. troops (SAD.331/30/1-2); and the second from Siddiq Musa on the impression made by a procession of S.D.F. armoured vehicles travelling through Rufa'a (SAD.331/30/3-4); and letters from de Bunsen to R.C. Mayall, Governor Blue Nile Province, with reply from D. Newbold, Deputy Civil Secretary, and A. Douglas of the Scots Guards, concerning the possibility of de Bunsen accepting a temporary attachment with the Welsh Guards (SAD.331/30/5-9)
SAD.331/30/12-57
1940 Sep 28-1941 Oct 25
Papers relating to de Bunsen's military service during WW2, including photocopy of his contract as Bimbashi in the Sudan Auxiliary Defence Force (SAD.331/30/10-11); handwritten memorandum entitled “Orders for Bikori post ”, issued by C. Daniel 28 Sep 1940 and detailing enemy intelligence on the Abyssinian border, the purpose of Bikori post, Bikori patrols, procedures to be carried out in the event of an enemy attack, communications, co-operation, procedures relating to the use of the Lewis Gun, as well as a sketch maps of the camp and surrounding area (SAD.331/30/12-17); series of letters to de Bunsen, O.C. Bikori, from Bill Davies at Kharaba, G.M. Hancock at Roseires and Parker and M. Bell at Keili, mostly concerning police and troop movements, road building, and intelligence on enemy movements in the Fung / Blue Nile area (SAD.331/30/18-34,38), list of payments to tribal leaders in the Fung (SAD.331/30/20); situation report by de Bunsen, O.C. Bikori (SAD.331/30/35-37); procedures for the Frontier Battalion for making and breaking camp for troops escorting a camel hamla (SAD.331/30/39-41); route report by [de Bunsen?], on a journey from Belaya to Roseires, Dec 1940, with copy orders from P.B.E. Acland, O.C. 4 Coy, notes on camels and equipment and on personnel, and covering note to O.C. Frontier Battalion (SAD.331/30/42-50); letter from Brigadier M. S. Lush, Deputy Chief Political Officer for O.E.T.A. Ethiopia, on de Bunsen's transfer to the O.E.T.A. and appointment as Senior Political Officer, 1941 (SAD.331/30/51-52); and letter from the Colonel Commanding the 102 Military Mission and telegram from Sir Miles Lampson, H.E. Ambassador to Cairo to the Governor of Nairobi, on de Bunsen's transfer to the Libyan Arab Force (SAD.331/30/55-56); D. Newbold to de Bunsen on the need for de Bunsen to return to the Sudan Political Service (SAD.331/30/57)
SAD.331/31/1-28
1940 Oct 3-Oct 19
Carbon copies of intelligence reports on the local area from de Bunsen, O.C. Bikori, to O.C. Roseires, including topics such as strength and distribution of enemy forces, operations, communications, air support and supplies
SAD.331/30/58-77
[1944]
Report by de Bunsen, probably handing-over notes, written as D.C. for Beja District, Kassala Province, covering the effect of the war on the tribes in his district, inter-tribal relations, the nazir and his deputies, the courts, security, education, the Gash, towns, wells, communications, Erkowit and war supply
2. Personal Papers
SAD.331/32/1-32
1938 Nov 13-1948 Nov 11
Personal letters to de Bunsen from colleagues and friends, including D. Newbold concerning his opinion of the Rufa'a district and G.W. Grabham's archaeological report on Kuror and the Nubian Desert (SAD.331/32/1-2); Newbold concerning the death of an R.A.F. officer called Barrett who was in Sudan in the 1930s and de Bunsen's recovery from ill-health (SAD.331/32/3); Eric Macro regarding his new posting in Egypt and his longing to return to the Sudan, and enclosing a copy of his research on Frank Lupton and 2 family photographs (SAD.331/32/4-18); and various correspondents concerning a possible position for de Bunsen at the National Trust (SAD.331/32/20-29)
SAD.331/33/1-7
1945 May 25
Copy award of the 4th Class of the Order of the Nile, conferred on de Bunsen, with licence from George VI permitting him to wear the decoration
Arabic, English
SAD.333/4/11
1979 Nov 6
Letter from P.B.E. Acland to Margaret de Bunsen, concerning a photograph of de Bunsen with Shaykh Muhammad Muhammad al-Amin Tirik at a Hadanduwah gathering
3. Trek diaries
SAD.331/34/1-44
1933 Feb 15-Mar 5
Diary covering de Bunsen's trek amongst the Hawawir tribe of Northern Kordofan, The entries do not appear in strict chronological order, with 9-13 February coming between 24 and 25 February (SAD.331/34/26-28). Entries include descriptions of a conversation with a local shaykh who claimed to be a khalifah of Sayyid `Ali al-Mirghani (SAD.331/34/4,6); list of Hadanduwah vocabulary (SAD.331/34/5); leaders of Hawawir (SAD.331/34/7); description of notable Hawawir tribesmen present at the gathering (SAD.331/34/7); visit to a local school for sons of the leading Hawawir family (SAD.331/34/7); inter-tribal relations (SAD.331/34/8); growing resentment against `Ali al-Tum, nazir of the Kababish (SAD.331/34/10) visit to Id umm Inderab, trekking in the hills, a talk with the local shakyh, discussion with Hawawir escort about prehistoric remains in the hills (SAD.331/34/12-14); description of the terrain near Rikab and Jebel Matazif (SAD.331/34/14-15); trekking near the Elai Hills and conversation wiith [Idris Umar Aurai?] over the difficulties he faces with hyena and jackal attacks and thieving of Hawawir animals (SAD.331/34/15-16); trekking around the Elai Hills, the composition of the local Arab tribes (SAD.331/34/16-17); conversations with local tribesmen and arrival at Bir Hasanawi (SAD.331/34/17-18); conversations with the local tribesmen and a description of the flora and fauna (SAD.331/34/18-19); investigation of pre-Arab burial grounds (SAD.331/34/19-21); arrival at El Batha, description of the local Hawair tribesmen and his views on how they should be governed (SAD.331/34/22-24); an encounter between Hawawir and Rizayqat tribesmen (SAD.331/34/24-25); meeting with Shaykh `Ali wad Muhammad al-Tum who reported the difficulties of grazing animals in the gizzu due to the rising number of inhabitants (SAD.331/34/26); arrival at Safia, his opinion of 5 merchants who are unpopular with the local people (SAD.331/34/27); his views on the Hawawir-Rizayqat relationship (SAD.331/34/29-30); conclusions drawn from the trek so far, including the conditions and abundance of grain in the Hawawir region, the unity of the Hawawir tribe, the success of the Hawawir gathering, relations between the Hawawir and other tribes and their various complaints and the lack of a slave culture amongst the Hawawir (SAD.331/34/31-35); arrival of D. Newbold, the Governor Kordofan, A.E.D. Penn, A.D.C. Khartoum Province and A.D. Dodds-Parker, A.D.C. Eastern Kordofan, a speech by Newbold and presentation by him of a robe and sword of honour, and further festivities (SAD.331/34/37-39); departure from Umm Rumeila and assessment of the trek (SAD.331/34/40-41) Also includes a note on possible aerodrome sites (SAD.331/34/1), a letter from de Bunsen to the Mamur of Soderi informing him of an impending visit to his district (SAD.331/34/42) and a sketch map of the trek (SAD.331/34/43).
Digitised material for C. de Bunsen trek diary amongst the Hawawir of Northern Kordofan - SAD.331/34/1-44
SAD.331/35/1-92
1933 Aug 11-Nov 18
Diary covering a trek by de Bunsen through Kordofan and Darfur to Dar Kababish in August-September 1933. The diary entries include descriptions of the journey through Northern Kordofan and the surrounding environment, through El Obeid, Nahud, Wad Banda, Jabal el Hillet, Umm Keddada, [Umm Hegliga?], Jabal Teganor, etc. It mostly covers conversations with tribal leaders (including long talks with`Ali al-Tum) and local tribesmen, relations between the Kababish and other tribes, including the Zayadia, Hawawir and Beni Gerar, and the tensions between them. The diary also contains carbon copies of letters and notes, including letter from de Bunsen to D.C. Wadi Halfa, seeking authorisation for Kawahla tribesmen to sell their camels in Egypt (SAD.331/35/13,29); letter from de Bunsen to Henderson and note on the Beni Gerar-Hamar murder case (SAD.331/35/14-17); a note on the drum signals used by the Kawahla (SAD.331/35/22); letter from de Bunsen to the Ma'mur Sodiri, on a case of kidnapping of a Dinka girl (SAD.331/35/25); letter from de Bunsen to the Governor Kordofan concerning an artificial leg for `Ali Musa Gureish of the Kababish (SAD.331/35/26); as well as a number of letters in Arabic. At the back of the diary (SAD.331/35/71-82) is an account in a different hand of a further trek from Sodiri to Hillet Kizim, Umm Nawi wells and Nihid, mostly covering subjects such as investigation of a case of a runaway slave (SAD.331/35/71), tax collection, discussion with a nazir on dia (SAD.331/35/79-80), settling land disputes and inter-tribal relations.
Digitised material for C. de Bunsen trek diary through Kordofan and Darfur to Dar Kababish - SAD.331/35/1-92
4. Memoirs
SAD.333/1/1-66
1928 Dec 31-1932 Dec 14
Letter extracts from de Bunsen to his family, written during his time in Kordofan Province and compiled for his memoirs, including account of a trek from El Obeid to Rashad (via Khor Abdl and Abyei), which includes descriptions of the environment, local tribes, presiding over court cases and hearing petitions (SAD.333/1/1-6); a further trek to Kaka including a description of a meeting with the Mek, the environment and local tribes, the problem of slavery and the corrupt nature of the effendiya (SAD.333/1/7-10); description of a tribal dance at Fesai, a case of slavery and the slave problem in the White Nile generally, conditions on trek, descriptions of Kaka and Fungor (SAD.333/1/11-14); rounding up of slaves, difficulties of suppressing the supply of rifles to the Nuba, tribal gatherings at Rashad and Delami, the success of a rifle amnesty, indirect rule, Arab manners, investigation of a murder (SAD.333/1/15-21); de Bunsen's views on the need to carry out sentences fairly, punitive patrols against the Nuer in Upper Nile Province and the burden of taxation on the Arabs (SAD.333/1/22-23); description of Rashad at the beginning of summer and government control of the Sudanese cotton market (SAD.333/1/24-25); Rashad suq (SAD.333/1/26); description of Umm Ruwaba and the Eastern Kordofan area, and the large numbers of pilgrims travelling to Mecca (SAD.333/1/26-27); difficulties faced on trek (SAD.333/1/28); Maulid public holiday celebrations in Rashad (SAD.333/1/31-33); dealing with local court cases (SAD.333/1/34-35); investigating corrupt merchants in Ferara (SAD.333/1/35-36); preventing a near-riot involving a Rashad shaykh and merchants (SAD.333/1/37); criticism of the policy of indirect rule (SAD.333/1/38); his autonomy in Northern Kordofan, increasing tribal tensions and the problem of administering the area (SAD.333/1/38-41); Bara tribal tensions and the difficulties of adopting a diplomatic solution (SAD.333/1/42-43); a descriptive account of a hamla (SAD.333/1/43-44); the enjoyment of his work at Soderi (SAD.333/1/46); a trek in the Northern hills (SAD.333/1/47-48); the rising crime level due to food shortages, his work as a tax collector, his duties in Bara, the problems of administering a large and disparate region, the problems of collating knowledge on tribes, the issue of slavery, the use of rifles in the province, the standard of education, the Sudanese attitude towards modern medical practices and his appreciation of the environment (SAD.333/1/49-56); a trek from Soderi to attend a Hawawir tribal gathering in Dongola Province, including a description of the environment near Elai, and conditions on trek generally, and description of a pre-Arab burial site (SAD.333/1/57-64); and an account of a trek to meet `Ali al-Tum, nazir of the Kababish (SAD.333/1/65-66)
Digitised material for C. de Bunsen: Kordofan, letters to family - SAD.333/1/1-66
SAD.333/2/1-50
[1950s]
Memoirs written by de Bunsen describing in some detail his role in defending the Sudan-Abyssinia frontier during WW2 (SAD.333/2/1-27).
Memoirs (both handwritten and typed) of Margaret de Bunsen describing the landscape of Northern Kordofan (SAD.333/2/28-33), life in Blue Nile Province (SAD.333/2/34-42), servants (SAD.333/2/43-45), family life (SAD.333/2/46-47), and social life (SAD.333/2/48-50)
Digitised material for Memoirs of C de Bunsen - SAD.333/2/1-50
SAD.333/2/56-80
[ca. 1970s]
Account by Margaret de Bunsen of her life in the Sudan, written as a series of anecdotes for her family
5. Newspaper Cuttings
SAD.333/3/1
1939 Mar 28
Copy article from El Hawadith, no 64, an Egyptian daily newspaper concerning a tribal disturbance at Rufa'a which was suppressed by a company of the S.D.F.
SAD.333/3/2-7
1942 Apr 21-28
Series of articles from The Sudan Daily Herald with an account of the war in the Fung district, 1940-1941
SAD.333/3/8
1946 Dec 2
Cutting from the [ Sudan Star] concerning the departure of de Bunsen from the Sudan
SAD.333/3/9-10
1952 Sep 22
Cutting from the Evening Standard containing a report on the Sudan Gezira Board
6. Photographic Material
(a) Photograph Albums
SAD.329/1/1-478
[1928-1952]
Photograph album entitled “Sudan Early”, mostly photographs taken during de Bunsen's role as A.D.C. in Kordofan Province. Also includes some press cuttings, a sketch, a letter, and an invitation. The photographs include:
SAD.329/1/1-2
1928
Ship going through the Suez Canal
SAD.329/1/3
1928
British official standing on railway track in Port Sudan railway station
SAD.329/1/4
1928
House at El Obeid, possibly the home of the Governor or D.C.
SAD.329/1/5
1928
H.B. Arber, A.D.C. Central Kordofan, and C.A.F. Dundas, A.D.C. Western Kordofan, sitting on a wall
SAD.329/1/6,8-9
1928-1929
Rashad landscapes
SAD.329/1/7
1929 Apr 29
Group of British officials at Rashad, from left to right: A.R.C. Bolton, A.D.C. Umm Ruwaba, Kordofan Province; C. de Bunsen, A.D.C. Eastern Jebels, Kordofan Province; A.L.W. Vicars-Miles, A.D.C. Eastern Jebels, Kordofan; R.C. Mayall, D.C. Nahud, Kordofan; and [G.F.] March, Senior Inspector of Agriculture, Talodi
SAD.329/1/10
1929
District Commissioner's house, Rashad
SAD.329/1/11
1929
Jabal el Jinn, Rashad
SAD.329/1/12
1929
Jebel Dair, Rashad
SAD.329/1/13
1929
Jabal Tagoi, Rashad
SAD.329/1/14
1929
Sudanese policemen on horseback, Rashad
SAD.329/1/15
1929
Motor car [driven by Henry Mohan?], Rashad
SAD.329/1/16-17
1929
Transporting sacks of cotton, Nuba Mountains
SAD.329/1/18
1929
Group of cotton growers beside motor car, Nuba Mountains
SAD.329/1/19
1929
Group of Baqqarah men on horseback near Kaka
SAD.329/1/20
1929
Policemen and porters loading horses during a trek
SAD.329/1/21
1929
Group of government officials and shaykhs, including A.L.W. Vicars-Miles, A.D.C. Eastern Jebels, Kordofan, C. de Bunsen, Shaykh Radi Kanbal (centre) and Shaykh Nur Hanua (third from left), at Rashad
SAD.329/1/22
1929
Village of conical mud huts on a hillside in the Nuba Mountains
SAD.329/1/23
1929
Motor car parked among trees during a trek in the Nuba Mountains
SAD.329/1/24
1929
Group of Sudanese people on camel back, taken from a motor car during a trek near Rashad
SAD.329/1/25
1929
Line of mounted police, Rashad
SAD.329/1/26
1929
Village scene, Rashad
SAD.329/1/27
1929
Baqqarah couple travelling on bulls
SAD.329/1/27-28
1929
Rashad landscape
SAD.329/1/29
1929
Group of Baqqarah women
SAD.329/1/30
1929
Group of Nuba women
SAD.329/1/31
1929
Nuba women at Delami wells
SAD.329/1/32
1929
Rocky landscape near Delami
SAD.329/1/33,35
1929
Line of Sudanese mounted police
SAD.329/1/34
1929
Nuba Mountains landscape with village in background
SAD.329/1/36-37
1929
Sudanese policemen on trek
SAD.329/1/38
1929
Nuba village on Jabal Tagoi
SAD.329/1/39
1929
Porters with lorry
SAD.329/1/40
1929
Sudanese policemen climbing a rocky slope
SAD.329/1/41
1929
Nuba Mountains landscape
SAD.329/1/42
1929
Sudanese policemen standing over dead gazelle
SAD.329/1/43
1929
Dead spotted hyena
SAD.329/1/44-45
1929
Swimming across a khor during the rains
SAD.329/1/46
1929
Jebel el Jinn
SAD.329/1/47
1929
Policeman supervising road making in the Nuba Mountains
SAD.329/1/48
1929
Flooded khor
SAD.329/1/49
1929
A.L.W. Vicars-Miles with dead Bateleur eagle
SAD.329/1/50
1929
Group of Sudanese villagers
SAD.329/1/51
1929
Nuba village on hillside
SAD.329/1/52-55
1929
Nuba Mountains landscapes
SAD.329/1/56-57
1929
Nuba bracelet fighting, Jabal Fungor
SAD.329/1/58-59
1929
Trek party near Jabal Fungor
SAD.329/1/60
1929
Nuba people near Jabal Fungor
SAD.329/1/61-62,64
1929
Sudanese porters with de Bunsen's motor car after crossing a flooded khor
SAD.329/1/63,68
1929
Rashad landscape
SAD.329/1/65
1929
Arab boy
SAD.329/1/66
1929
The mek of Tagoi
SAD.329/1/67
1929
Tegali village
SAD.329/1/69
1929
Um Hayan, a Sudanese woman dressed in white tobe
SAD.329/1/70
1929
Sudanese man named Ali, possibly de Bunsen's servant
SAD.329/1/71
1929
Sudanese buglers, probably from the mounted police, Rashad
SAD.329/1/72-73
1929
Sudanese mounted police on horseback
SAD.329/1/74
1930
Landscape of low scrubland near Bara
SAD.329/1/75
1930
Bara village
SAD.329/1/76
1930
Kagmar landscape
SAD.329/1/77
1930
Trek party, Bara
SAD.329/1/78
1930
Sudanese men operating a shaduf in the kheiran
SAD.329/1/79
1930
Group outside a tukl
SAD.329/1/80
1930
Arab on horseback, [Demira?]
SAD.329/1/81,84
1930
Trek party
SAD.329/1/82
1930
Mounted policeman, L/C Dardiri
SAD.329/1/83
1930
Trek party near [Demira?]
SAD.329/1/85
1930
Nomad tent, Kordofan
SAD.329/1/86
1930
Trek party, Kordofan
SAD.329/1/87
1930
Sudanese men dressed in white jallabiyahs, Umm Dam
SAD.329/1/88
1930
Mounted policeman, Umm Dam
SAD.329/1/89
1930
Sudanese policemen on rocky hillside near Umm Dam
SAD.329/1/90
1930
British offical with Sudanese policemen holding British and Egyptian flags, Kordofan
SAD.329/1/91
1930
Arab man on horseback, Kordofan
SAD.329/1/92
1930
Trek party with medical doctor, Kordofan
SAD.329/1/93
[1930s]
Ma'aliya women
SAD.329/1/94
[1930s]
L/C Dardiri (policeman), Hanafi Effendi, and Yusuf (policeman)
SAD.329/1/95
[1930s]
Landscape with jabal in background
SAD.329/1/96
[1930s]
Trek party with camels
SAD.329/1/97
[1930s]
Shaykh Muhammad al-Faqi Sulayman, `umdah of the Tereifiya
SAD.329/1/98
[1930s]
J.A. de C. Hamilton, D.C. Bara, with white horse
SAD.329/1/99
1930
Shenabla camp
SAD.329/1/100
[1930s]
Trek party on camels during the rains
SAD.329/1/101,103
[1930s]
Trek party on camels
SAD.329/1/102
[1930s]
Three Sudanese policemen: Private Idris, Lance Corporal Dardiri and Private Yusuf
SAD.329/1/104
[1930s]
Khalwa children at the home of Muhammad al-Faqi
SAD.329/1/105
[1930s]
Three shaykhs dressed in white turbans and jallabiyahs, including Shaykh al-Amin Akkam
SAD.329/1/106
[1930s]
British official, W. Ruttledge, with falcon
SAD.329/1/107
[1930s]
View from a jabal
SAD.329/1/108-109
1930 Sep
Areoplane used in locust campaign in Northern Kordofan
SAD.329/1/110
[1930s]
Nazir of the Shenabla
SAD.329/1/111
[1930s]
Trek party
SAD.329/1/112,116
[1930s]
Shenabla shaykhs on horseback
SAD.329/1/113
[1930s]
Shaykh `Abdu Umar Gash and retainers
SAD.329/1/114-115
[1930s]
Camel racing
SAD.329/1/117
[1930s]
Hobbled camel
SAD.329/1/118
[1930s]
Shaykh [Timsah?] Shenawi, Shaykh Um Badda and Shaykh Muhammad [Timsah?] on horseback
SAD.329/1/119
[1930s]
Camel race
SAD.329/1/120
[1930s]
Nomad tent
SAD.329/1/121
[1930s]
Sudanese policeman and camel on trek, El Melik
SAD.329/1/122
[1930s]
Shaykh Ishaq Shaddal and Yuzbashi `Abd Allah Gibril
SAD.329/1/123
[1930s]
J.A de C. Hamilton's pony with sa'is `Ali
SAD.329/1/124
[1930s]
Shaykh Ishaq and tracker outside Bara court
SAD.329/1/125
[1930s]
L.M. Buchanan, A.D.C. El Obeid, Kordofan Province
SAD.329/1/126
[1930s]
Trek party
SAD.329/1/127
[1930s]
Sudanese policeman and camel in village
SAD.329/1/128
[1930s]
Ma'aliya shaykhs
SAD.329/1/129
[1930s]
Shenabla tribesmen on horseback
SAD.329/1/130-168
[1930s]
Non-Sudan (probably holiday) photographs, mostly unidentified mountain scenes, family and friends
SAD.329/1/169
[1930s]
Nile scene, N. Sudan
SAD.329/1/170
[1930s]
Desert scene, N. Sudan
SAD.329/1/171
[1930s]
Sudan Railways train in the desert
SAD.329/1/172-173
[1930s]
Station no.2
SAD.329/1/174-176
[1930s]
Houses with tin roofs, probably Kordofan
SAD.329/1/177
[1930s]
Camel in front of tent
SAD.329/1/178
[1930s]
Camel and calf
SAD.329/1/179
[1930s]
Sudanese policemen in front of camel train
SAD.329/1/180
[1930s]
Camels drinking water
SAD.329/1/181-183
[1930s]
Unidentified British official
SAD.329/1/184
[1930s]
Kordofan landscape
SAD.329/1/185-192,194
[1930s]
Sudanese policemen with camels and at rifle practice
SAD.329/1/195
[1930s]
Arab on horseback
SAD.329/1/196
[1930s]
Arabs on camelback
SAD.329/1/197
[1930s]
Entrance to government building in El Obeid
SAD.329/1/198-199
[1930s]
Tower and gateway to El Obeid
SAD.329/1/200
[1930s]
View from rooftop of El Obeid
SAD.329/1/201
[1930s]
Merchants at a suq
SAD.329/1/202
[1930s]
C. de Bunsen
SAD.329/1/203
[1930s]
Trek party pushing a trapped motor vehicle
SAD.329/1/204
[1930s]
Camels wearing decorated hawdajs
SAD.329/1/205
[1930s]
Sudanese man on the back of a truck
SAD.329/1/206
[1930s]
Two British officials seated at a table, C. de Bunsen on the left
SAD.329/1/207,210-211
[1930s]
de Bunsen's wife, Margaret
SAD.329/1/208
[1930s]
de Bunsen with his wife, Margaret
SAD.329/1/209
[1930s]
Two unidentified British officials
SAD.329/1/212
[1930s]
Sudanese people by a well
SAD.329/1/213-214
[1930s]
[Trek party?]
SAD.329/1/215,218,221
[1930s]
Camels with calves
SAD.329/1/216
[1930s]
Arab boy on camel
SAD.329/1/217
[1930s]
Sudanese mounted police
SAD.329/1/219-220
[1930s]
Arab men on camelback
SAD.329/1/222
[1930s]
Donkeys
SAD.329/1/223
[1930s]
Hamla with camels wearing decorated hawdajs, Kordofan
SAD.329/1/224
[1930s]
Shaykh on horseback
SAD.329/1/225,227-228
[1930s]
Camels wearing decorated hawdajs, Kordofan
SAD.329/1/226
[1930s]
Group of [shaykhs?]
SAD.329/1/229
[1930s]
(52) Sudanese policemen standing in front of their camels
SAD.329/1/230
[1930s]
Sudanese police
SAD.329/1/231
[1930s]
Arab women, mostly dressed in black abayas
SAD.329/1/232
[1930s]
Shaykh wearing ceremonial robe
SAD.329/1/233
[1930s]
Shaykh in ceremonial robe, with his son
SAD.329/1/234
[1930s]
Arab family
SAD.329/1/235
[1930s]
Arab girl dancing
SAD.329/1/236
[1930s]
Sudanese child
SAD.329/1/238
[1930s]
(53) Sudanese crowd
SAD.329/1/237-239
[1930s]
Arab children
SAD.329/1/240,244
[1930s]
British offical [C. de Bunsen?] with horses
SAD.329/1/241,243
[1930s]
(54) Two British officials on trek
SAD.329/1/242
[1930s]
Donkey on trek
SAD.329/1/245
[1930s]
[C. de Bunsen and his wife Margaret?] with Sudanese boy
SAD.329/1/246
[1930s]
Line of Arabs on camelback
SAD.329/1/247
[1930s]
British officials with Arab people
SAD.329/1/248
[1930s]
C. de Bunsen
SAD.329/1/249
[1930s]
Arab man riding on horseback
SAD.329/1/250
[1930s]
Fairey Gordon Mk 1 (K2645) aeroplane in flight, with mountains in background
SAD.329/1/251
[1930s]
Hand coloured pen and ink sketch of a Sudanese policeman, by E.H.
SAD.329/1/252
[1930s]
(56) Ostrich
SAD.329/1/253
[1930s]
Nomad woman sitting in front of her tent
SAD.329/1/254
[1930s]
Trek party
SAD.329/1/255-256
[1930s]
Sudanese porters and policemen loading a camel
SAD.329/1/257
[1930s]
Sudanese men digging a hole, possibly a well
SAD.329/1/258
[1930s]
Mountainous landscape
SAD.329/1/259
[1930s]
Herdsmen with sheep and goats, probably Kordofan
SAD.329/1/260-261
[1930s]
Trek party resting
SAD.329/1/262
[1930s]
Sudanese group, including policeman, three men dressed in jallabiyahs and turbans, and man dressed in trek uniform
SAD.329/1/263
[1930s]
Trek party on camels travelling through hilly terrain, probably Kordofan
SAD.329/1/264-265
[1930s]
Arab people with camels, probably Kordofan
SAD.329/1/266
[1930s]
Sudanese policeman moving rocks
SAD.329/1/267
[1930s]
C. de Bunsen seated under a tree
SAD.329/1/268
[1930s]
Sudanese porters [building a fire?]
SAD.329/1/269,271
[1930s]
Camel train
SAD.329/1/270
[1930s]
Group of Sudanese, probably porters for a trek
SAD.329/1/272
[1930s]
Arab men on camels, probably Kordofan
SAD.329/1/273
[1930s]
Camel train
SAD.329/1/274
[1930s]
Village scene, with Sudanese men dressed in jallabiyahs and turbans in conversation in the distance
SAD.329/1/275-276, 278-279
[1930s]
Long thatched building, probably a government rest house, or mudiriyah
SAD.329/1/277
[1930s]
C. de Bunsen and his wife, Margaret, on camelback
SAD.329/1/280
[1930s]
Interior of a house, probably de Bunsen's home in Kordofan
SAD.329/1/281
[1930s]
Sa'is feeding a horse
SAD.329/1/282
[1930s]
C. de Bunsen's wife, Margaret, on horseback
SAD.329/1/283
[1930s]
Cattle
SAD.329/1/284-285
[1930s]
Sudanese men, possibly de Bunsen's servants, holding a heron
SAD.329/1/286
[1930s]
C. de Bunsen with his horses
SAD.329/1/287
[1930s]
de Bunsen's horse
SAD.329/1/288,294
[1930s]
Sudanese policeman holding [cheetah?] cubs
SAD.329/1/289,292
[1930s]
Young antelope
SAD.329/1/290
[1930s]
Sudanese and British officials in tennis uniform standing on court (including C. de Bunsen second from right)
SAD.329/1/291
[1930s]
de Bunsen in riding gear, with shotgun
SAD.329/1/293
[1930s]
Pen sketch of de Bunsen, by ‘M’ [probably his wife Margaret]
SAD.329/1/295-296
[1930s]
Trek party resting in Sudanese village
SAD.329/1/297
[1930s]
Sudanese policemen tending to their camels during a trek
SAD.329/1/298-301
[1930s]
Trek tent
SAD.329/1/302-308
[1930s]
[King's Day celebrations]
SAD.329/1/303
[1930s]
Sudanese men in a tug of war competition during King's Day celebrations
SAD.329/1/305
[1930s]
Sudanese girls in an egg and spoon race during King's Day celebrations
SAD.329/1/307
[1930s]
Sudanese boys, mostly wearing jallabiyahs and turbans
SAD.329/1/309
[1930s]
British offical playing tennis
SAD.329/1/310
[1930s]
Sudanese policeman and Margaret, C. de Bunsen's wife, standing next to a camel
SAD.329/1/311
[1930s]
Arabs on horseback , probably Kordofan
SAD.329/1/312
[1930s]
Margaret, C. de Bunsen's wife, on camelback
SAD.329/1/313
[1930s]
Group of Sudanese on horseback with British offical looking on, probably Kordofan
SAD.329/1/314
[1930s]
Sudanese policeman with rifle
SAD.329/1/315
[1930s]
Crowd of Sudanese with policemen in the foreground, probably Kordofan
SAD.329/1/316
[1930s]
Elderly shaykh
SAD.329/1/317
[1930s]
Sudanese on horseback, including shaykh
SAD.329/1/318
[1930s]
British officials standing in front of Sudanese crowd, probably watching a tribal dance or sporting event
SAD.329/1/319-320
[1930s]
Margaret, C. de Bunsen's wife on camelback
SAD.329/1/321-323
[1930s]
Elderly shaykhs
SAD.329/1/324
[1930s]
de Bunsen dressed in winter coat
SAD.329/1/325
[1930s]
Government building, probably Kordofan
SAD.329/1/326,328
[1930s]
Sudanese policemen
SAD.329/1/327
[1930s]
Group of Sudanese men gathered under a tree, with a trek tent to the right of the picture
SAD.329/1/328
[1930s]
Large gathering of Sudanese men with British official in the foreground
SAD.329/1/330-333,335
[1930s]
Nomads and their camels
SAD.329/1/334,336
[1930s]
Nomad tent
SAD.329/1/337,341
[1930s]
View from the cockpit of a biplane of another aircraft flying adjacent (K2703)
SAD.329/1/338
[1930s]
Nomad tent
SAD.329/1/339
[1930s]
Three biplanes on the ground
SAD.329/1/340
[1930s]
Motor vehicle
SAD.329/1/342
[1930s]
Long thatched government building, possibly a rest house
SAD.329/1/343,345
[1930s]
Shaykh seated inside a tent
SAD.329/1/344
[1930s]
Three shaykhs seated inside a tent
SAD.329/1/346-347,349
[1930s]
Group of northern Sudanese children
SAD.329/1/348
[1930s]
Group of northern Sudanese children with British officlal looking on
SAD.329/1/350, 352
[1930s]
British and Sudanese government officials in conversation
SAD.329/1/351
[1930s]
Northern Sudanese man holding a baby ostrich
SAD.329/1/353-354
[1930s]
Two Sudanese policemen filling water skins in a river
SAD.329/1/355
[1930s]
Group fo northern Sudanese people and their animals
SAD.329/1/356
[1930s]
Trek party
SAD.329/1/357-358
[1930s]
Mountainous landscape, probably Kordofan
SAD.329/1/359
[1930s]
Grass dwelling
SAD.329/1/360,363
[1930s]
Stone dwelling with thatched roof
SAD.329/1/361
[1930s]
C. de Bunsen
SAD.329/1/362,365
[1930s]
Sudanese policemen standing next to stone dwelling
SAD.329/1/364
[1930s]
Mountainous landscape, probably Kordofan
SAD.329/1/366
[1930s]
British official in conversation with a shaykh
SAD.329/1/367
[1930s]
British official with group of Sudanese men in the background
SAD.329/1/368
[1930s]
Sudanese farmers collecting [crops?]
SAD.329/1/369
[1930s]
Trek porters in front of a line of dead fowl
SAD.329/1/370-371
[1930s]
Motor car on trek
SAD.329/1/372,374
[1930s]
British official and Sudanese with dead ostrich
SAD.329/1/373
[1930s]
C. de Bunsen with Sudanese children
SAD.329/1/375-376
[1930s]
Sudanese men pushing a motor car out of a ditch
SAD.329/1/377
[1930s]
British woman [ Margaret de Bunsen?] with Sudanese men, one dressed in government uniform
SAD.329/1/378
[1930s]
Sudanese man dressed in white robes, with camels resting in the background
SAD.329/1/379
[1930s]
British official watching Sudanese women dancing
SAD.329/1/380
[1930s]
Northern Sudanese women, probably Kordofan
SAD.329/1/381
[1930s]
Group, probably province staff, in front of a government building, C. de Bunsen seated 7th from right
SAD.329/1/382
[1930s]
British official in levée uniform
SAD.329/1/383
[1930s]
Two British officials standing on top of a rock
SAD.329/1/384
[1930s]
Sudanese man, possibly de Bunsen's gardener
SAD.329/1/385
[1930s]
Street scene, El Obeid
SAD.329/1/386
[1930s]
Brick building, probably a government official's house
SAD.329/1/387
[1930s]
British offical on camelback, possibly El Obeid
SAD.329/1/388
[1930s]
C. de Bunsen standing in front of a building, possibly his home
SAD.329/1/389
[1930s]
Tribal marchpast on camels, probably to mark King's Day
SAD.329/1/390
[1930s]
Sudan Defence Force band on parade, probably to mark King's Day
SAD.329/1/391-392
[1930s]
British officials observing a parade, probably to mark King's Day
SAD.329/1/393
[1930s]
Sudan Defence Force in marchpast, probably to mark King's Day
SAD.329/1/394
[1930s]
S.D.F or mounted police unit led by British official at a parade, probably to mark King's Day
SAD.329/1/395-409
[1930s]
Holiday photographs, mostly of Greece or Turkey and Central Europe
SAD.329/1/410-411
1937 Oct
Press cutting concerning the crash of Imperial Airways flying boat Courtier at old Phaleron near Athens
SAD.329/1/412
[1930s]
British woman handing gifts to Sudanese children
SAD.329/1/413
[1930s]
Sudanese men loading supplies onto a donkey
SAD.329/1/414
[1930s]
British officials playing polo
SAD.329/1/415
[1930s]
Animals gathered around a well
SAD.329/1/416
1949 Aug 10
Cutting from the News Chronicle on a visit to the Sudan by journalist Geoffrey Hoare
SAD.329/1/417
[1930s]
Brick buildings, possibly El Obeid
SAD.329/1/418
[1930s]
Unidentified mosque and minaret, possibly Rufa'a
SAD.329/1/419
[1930s]
de Bunsen and colleague playing polo
SAD.329/1/420
[1930s]
British officials at government building
SAD.329/1/421
[1942]
Press cutting regarding the return of Emperor Haile Selassie to Abyssinia in 1941
SAD.329/1/422
[1930s]
St. Mary of Zion church, Ethiopia
SAD.329/1/423
[1930s]
Axum obelisk, Ethiopia
SAD.329/1/424,426
[1930s-1940s]
Mosque at Khartoum
SAD.329/1/425,427
[1930s]
Public gardens and palm trees, probably Khartoum
SAD.329/1/428
[1930s]
British officials and two Sudanese men bathing
SAD.329/1/429-430
[1930s]
Margaret de Bunsen
SAD.329/1/431
[1930s]
Central government administration building, including the War Office and the Secretariat, with a statue of Kitchener in the centre, Khartoum
SAD.329/1/432
[1930s]
Group of British officials watching an evening outdoor performance
SAD.329/1/433
[1930s]
C. de Bunsen
SAD.329/1/434
[1930s]
C. de Bunsen with Shaykh Muhammad Muhammad al-Amin al-Tirik
SAD.329/1/435-436,438-453
[1930s-1940s]
Family life including Charles, Margaret, family and friends, mostly in England
SAD.329/1/437
[1930s-1940s]
C. de Bunsen with fellow official
SAD.329/1/454
[1930s-1940s]
Dias, probably constructed for King's Day celebrations
SAD.329/1/455
[1930s-1940s]
Sir Douglas Newbold relaxing in a deck chair in the garden of his home in Khartoum
SAD.329/1/456
[1930s-1940s]
Sudanese policemen or S.D.F. unit on parade
SAD.329/1/457
[1930s-1940s]
Suq scene
SAD.329/1/458
[1930s-1940s]
Sudanese woman washing clothes at the edge of the river
SAD.329/1/459
[1930s-1940s]
British officials on horseback, with escort holding union flag
SAD.329/1/460
[1930s-1940s]
British official [probably Governor] and shaykh wearing ceremonial robe in front of a dias probably constructed for King's Day celebrations
SAD.329/1/461,473
[1930s-1940s]
British officials at public gathering
SAD.329/1/462
[1930s-1940s]
River scene
SAD.329/1/463,472
[1930s-1940s]
Spectators, both British and Sudanese, probably at King's Day celebrations. De Bunsen is seated centre, wearing a Bombay bowler
SAD.329/1/464
[1930s-1940s]
Northern Sudanese horsemen in a marchpast, probably during King's Day celebrations
SAD.329/1/465
[1930s-1940s]
Sudanese village
SAD.329/1/466
[1930s-1940s]
Sudanese shaykhs, one wearing a ceremonial robe, probably during King's Day celebrations
SAD.329/1/467
[1930s-1940s]
Group photograph of Sudanese policemen,with British official seated middle row, fourth from left
SAD.329/1/468
[1930s-1940s]
Northern Sudanese men on horseback carrying spears
SAD.329/1/469
[1940s]
C. de Bunsen's son, Peter
SAD.329/1/470
[1940s]
C. de Bunsen's daughter
SAD.329/1/471
[1940s]
Margaret de Bunsen
SAD.329/1/474
[1951]
Newspaper report from The Sudan Star of de Bunsen's speech at a prize giving day at a southern school
SAD.329/1/475
1952 Mar 17
Report from The Sudan Star of de Bunsen's appointment as Governor of Khartoum
SAD.329/1/476-477
1952 Mar 16
Invitation to de Bunsen to attend the opening of the Soderi Council buildings and tribal gathering, with letter from de Bunsen declining the invitation
SAD.329/1/478
1950 Apr 28
Press cutting reporting the killing of a lion by the Acting Governor, Darfur
(b) Loose Photographs
SAD.329/2/1
1946 Nov 29
Large mounted photograph of C. de Bunsen, D.C. Khartoum with Sudanese merchants, presented to de Bunsen by the merchants. De Bunsen is seated centre. Photo by A. Kazandjian.
SAD.329/2/2
[1940s]
Large mounted group photograph, probably of the staff of Khartoum Province, with de Bunsen seated centre. Photo by A. Kazandjian.
SAD.329/2/3
[1940s]
Large mounted photograph of de Bunsen at a teaparty with Sudanese guests
SAD.329/2/4
[1940s]
G.N. Morhig postcard (no. 343) of a Hadanduwah camel man, Red Sea Province
SAD.329/2/5
[1940s-1950s]
Photograph of Khartoum Province Mounted Police, in a province Christmas card
SAD.329/3/1-53
[1928-1952]
Photographs of C. de Bunsen, his family, friends and colleagues:
SAD.329/3/1-2
[1930s-1940s]
C. de Bunsen playing polo
SAD.329/3/3-7
[1930s-1950s]
C. de Bunsen, in S.P.S. and S.D.F. uniform
SAD.329/3/8
1952 Dec
C. de Bunsen, Governor of Khartoum Province, taking the salute during a parade by the Khartoum Fire Brigade (P.R.O. photo)
SAD.329/3/9
1952 Dec
C. de Bunsen, Governor of Khartoum Province, greeting N.C.O.'s from Khartoum Fire Brigade (P.R.O. photo)
SAD.329/3/10
1952 Dec
C. de Bunsen, Governor of Khartoum Province, presenting a decoration to a Sudanese N.C.O. for services in the Sudan Defence Force (P.R.O. photo)
SAD.329/3/11
[1940s-1950s]
Tea party, with Sudanese guests and three British officials (including C. de Bunsen)
SAD.329/3/12
[1940s-1950s]
Group of British officials, including C. de Bunsen (second from left) and his wife, Margaret (third from left), at a construction site
SAD.329/3/13
[1940s-1950s]
British officials, including C. de Bunsen (second from right) and his wife, Margaret (third from right), at a construction site
SAD.329/3/14
[1940s-1950s]
British officials, including C. de Bunsen (second from right) and his wife, Margaret (third from right), at a construction site
SAD.329/3/15
[1928-1952]
C. de Bunsen with three shaykhs (centre - Shaykh Muhammad al-Faqi Sulayman, `umdah of the [Tereifya?])
SAD.329/3/16
[1928-1952]
Margaret de Bunsen with a Sudanese guide on a jabal
SAD.329/3/17
[1928-1952]
C. de Bunsen his wife, Margaret, and another British woman looking down on herds of animals watering at a fulah
SAD.329/3/18
[1928-1952]
C. de Bunsen (far right) with Sudanese colleagues dressed for polo
SAD.329/3/19
1945
Group at Khartoum, left to right: Bimbashi `Abd al-Razzaq, C. de Bunsen, D.C. Khartoum, unidentified and H. Boustead, D.C. Western Darfur
SAD.329/3/20
1952
C. and M. de Bunsen, and their daughter, in conversation with a Sudanese couple, with aeroplane in the background. The photograph was sent as a Christmas card from Babikr `Abd al-Rahim, El Fasher
SAD.329/3/21
[1928-1952]
C. de Bunsen with his family on camelback
SAD.329/3/22
[1928-1952]
C. de Bunsen with his wife, Margaret, seated in the shade of a tree
SAD.329/3/23
[1928-1952]
C. de Bunsen, with his wife, Margaret, and another British woman, having a picnic
SAD.329/3/24
[1928-1952]
C. de Bunsen with his family, eating outdoors
SAD.329/3/25
[1928-1952]
C. de Bunsen helping his wife out of a wadi
SAD.329/3/26
[1950?]
Sir E. Miller, Financial Secretary and C. de Bunsen, D.C. Khartoum, with Sudanese officials at the aerodrome at Geneina
SAD.329/3/27
[1928-1952]
Group having a picnic, including two aviators and Bishop Gwynne
SAD.329/3/28
[1928-1952]
C. de Bunsen and another official behind a rock
SAD.329/3/29
[1928-1952]
C. de Bunsen (in overcoat) and another official in conversation
SAD.329/3/30
[1928-1952]
C. de Bunsen on horseback
SAD.329/3/31-33
[1928-1952]
C. de Bunsen and his wife, Margaret
SAD.329/3/34
[1928-1952]
C. de Bunsen and other British officials on trek
SAD.329/3/35
[1928-1952]
British group with camels
SAD.329/3/36
[1928-1952]
C. de Bunsen and his wife, Margaret, with their horses
SAD.329/3/37-42
[1928-1952]
Margaret de Bunsen
SAD.329/3/43
[1928-1952]
Margaret de Bunsen and her daughter, both wearing jodhpurs
SAD.329/3/44
[1928-1952]
de Bunsen's daughter being led up a mountain on a donkey
SAD.329/3/45
[1928-1952]
Margaret de Bunsen and her son, Peter
SAD.329/3/46
[1928-1952]
de Bunsen's son Peter
SAD.329/3/47-48
[1928-1952]
de Bunsen's daughter
SAD.329/3/49
[1928-1952]
C. de Bunsen and his daughter on horseback
SAD.329/3/50
[1928-1952]
British official on camelback
SAD.329/3/51
[1928-1952]
British officials in conversation roudn a camp table
SAD.329/3/52
[1928-1952]
British officials in conversation, including Margaret de Bunsen
SAD.329/3/53
[1928-1952]
Sir Theodore Morison
SAD.329/4/1-10
[1928-1952]
Photographs of British life in the Sudan:
SAD.329/4/1
[1928-1952]
Governor [of Khartoum?] presenting P. Milest with a trophy for the best polo pony
SAD.329/4/2-3
[1928-1952]
Polo match
SAD.329/4/4
[1928-1952]
Bishop Gwynne boarding a Royal Air Force biplane
SAD.329/4/5
1950 Jan
Resident's house, Geneina
SAD.329/4/6-8
[1928-1952]
Housing for British officials
SAD.329/4/9
[1928-1952]
Hotel?, N. Sudan
SAD.329/4/10
[1928-1952]
British officials and wives in deckchairs in the shade of trees
SAD.335/9/1-13
[1928-1952]
Photographs taken by C. de Bunsen on trek, probably Kordofan:
SAD.335/9/1
[1928-1952]
Servants, porters and policemen pushing `Ali Bey's box car up a steep hill
SAD.335/9/2-3
[1928-1952]
Trek party pushing trapped vehicle stuck in the mud
SAD.335/9/4
[1928-1952]
Sudanese porters on the back of a motor vehicle
SAD.335/9/5
[1928-1952]
Trek party loading up motor car
SAD.335/9/6
[1928-1952]
C. de Bunsen on trek with two Sudanese policemen on camelback
SAD.335/9/7
[1928-1952]
Sudanese policeman and his camel during a trek
SAD.335/9/8
[1928-1952]
Sudanese policemen on trek
SAD.335/9/9-12
[1928-1952]
Trek party resting, including at El Fasher
SAD.335/9/13
[1928-1952] Aug 6
Setting up a tent on trek
SAD.335/10/1-36
[1928-1952]
Photographs of Sudanese life:
SAD.335/10/1
[1928-1952]
Sudanese Arab riding on a bull, El Fasher
SAD.335/10/2
[1928-1952]
Entrance to the village of Katla Kateik
SAD.335/10/3
[1928-1952]
Sudanese boys during a physical education class in Katla Kateik
SAD.335/10/4
[1928-1952]
Katla Kateik rest house
SAD.335/10/5
[1928-1952]
Malumm school
SAD.335/10/6
[1928-1952]
Zalingei village during the agricultural show
SAD.335/10/7
[1928-1952]
`Ali O' [Karly] inside his tukl at Abu Sal'a
SAD.335/10/8-9
[1928-1952]
Cotton spinning and weaving on the Mellit Road
SAD.335/10/10
[1928-1952]
The shartai at Nierteti
SAD.335/10/11-12
[1928-1952]
Enlarging the bathing pool Nierteti
SAD.335/10/13
[1928-1952]
Sudanese men playing large drums, Mellit
SAD.335/10/14
[1928-1952]
Sudanese men playing musical instruments outside the entrance to the Sultan's palace, Mellit
SAD.335/10/15
[1928-1952]
Sudanese boys on the back of a motor car
SAD.335/10/16
[1928-1952]
Street scene, Omdurman
SAD.335/10/17
[1928-1952]
Shaykh with policemen in attendance
SAD.335/10/18
[1928-1952]
British official in coversation with shaykh
SAD.335/10/19
[1928-1952]
Arab horsemen
SAD.335/10/20-21
[1928-1952]
Sudanese shaykhs
SAD.335/10/22
[1928-1952]
Sudanese men wearing jallabiyahs and turbans, possibly staff of de Bunsen
SAD.335/10/23-24
[1928-1952]
Sudanese Arabs on camelback
SAD.335/10/25
[1928-1952]
Sudanese boy wearing jallabiyah and turban
SAD.335/10/26
[1928-1952]
Shaykh's son on camelback
SAD.335/10/27
[1928-1952]
Sudanese watering animals at well
SAD.335/10/28
[1928-1952]
Sudanese policeman and his children
SAD.335/10/29
[1928-1952]
Nomad tent
SAD.335/10/30
[1928-1952]
Elderly Arab in front of tent
SAD.335/10/31
[1928-1952]
Arab women and children besdie tukl
SAD.335/10/32-33
[1928-1952]
Nomads tending to their livestock (x2)
SAD.335/10/34
[1928-1952]
Arab woman
SAD.335/10/35
[1928-1952]
Arab women and children
SAD.335/10/36
[1928-1952]
Suq, possibly Kordofan
SAD.335/11/1-44
[1928-1952]
Photographs of Sudanese life:
SAD.335/11/1
[1928-1952]
de Bunsen in conversation with a policeman and Arab women
SAD.335/11/2
[1928-1952]
Sudanese boys, with camel being loaded in the background
SAD.335/11/3-5
[1928-1952]
Northern Sudanese children
SAD.335/11/6
[1928-1952]
British officials in conversation with Sudanese men, some dressed for polo
SAD.335/11/7
[1928-1952]
Sudanese men loading up a donkey
SAD.335/11/8
[1928-1952]
Sudanese man with a line of donkeys laden with goods
SAD.335/11/9
[1928-1952]
Northern Sudanese village
SAD.335/11/10
[1928-1952]
Two Sudanese men, probably servants of de Bunsen
SAD.335/11/11-13
[1928-1952]
Camel with 'utfahs
SAD.335/11/14
[1928-1952]
Interior view of a Sudanese [shop?] with rugs and other artefacts
SAD.335/11/15
[1928-1952]
Sudanese merchants with their camels
SAD.335/11/16
[1928-1952]
Sudanese men standing outside a public building
SAD.335/11/17
[1928-1952]
Rest house or government official's house
SAD.335/11/18
[1928-1952]
Street scene, [El Fasher?]
SAD.335/11/19
[1928-1952]
Horse jumping
SAD.335/11/20
[1928-1952]
Police guard of honour for official party
SAD.335/11/21
[1928-1952]
[Nuba] woman on camelback
SAD.335/11/22-29
[1928-1952]
Marchpast on camel and horseback, possibly King's Day celebrations or tribal gathering
SAD.335/11/30-36
[1928-1952]
Tribal gathering or King's Day celebrations, probably Kordofan
SAD.335/11/37-41
[1928-1952]
Sports day event, including gymnastics and horse racing
SAD.335/11/42-43
[1928-1952]
Geneina show
SAD.335/11/44
[1928-1952]
Government officials meeting village elders under tree, probably Kordofan or Darfur
SAD.335/12/1-7
[1928-1952]
Landscape photographs, mostly of hills and rivers, probably Kordofan or Darfur, and including Jabal Marra
SAD.335/12/8-11
[1928-1952]
Miscellanous photographs, including:
SAD.335/12/8
[1928-1952]
Tebeldi tree
SAD.335/12/9
[1928-1952]
Felucca on the Nile
SAD.335/12/10
[1928-1952]
Tukl
SAD.335/12/11
[1928-1952]
Memorial inscription for D. Newbold, made in London for Khartoum Cathedral
7. Maps
SAD/PF 28/1/5
[1930s]
Map of North-East Sudan and Northern Abyssinia
1: 1,000,000
Size: 102 x 138 cm
Index terms
Maps
8. Miscellanea
SAD.333/4/1-2
1929 Jun
Satirical poems by R.J. Hillard, A.D.C. Bara and B. Kennedy-Cooke, D.C. Northern Kordofan
SAD.333/4/3
[1920s]
Printed prayer leaflet by St. Peter's Church, El Obeid, entitled “The Kordofan Prayer”
SAD.333/4/4-10
[1944-1950?]
Speeches at farewell dinners for de Bunsen