Parr, Martin Willoughby
Introduction
Martin Willoughby Parr
Arrangement

Catalogue
1. Official Papers
(a) White Nile Province
(b) Private Secretary to the Governor-General
(c) Deputy Civil Secretary
(d) Equatoria
(e) Post Sudan Service
2. Articles, Lectures, Speeches, Books
3. Historical Material
4. Photographic Material
(a) albums
(b) loose photographs
Kordofan
Khartoum
Kassala
Upper Nile Province
Nile Scenes
Miscellaneous
Outside the Sudan
Postcards
(c) negatives
5. Audio Material
6. Miscellanea
7. Museum Objects
8. Newspaper Cuttings
Printed material
Reference code: GB-0033-SAD
Title: Parr, Martin Willoughby
Dates of creation: 1884-1985
Extent: 4 boxes
Held by: Durham University Library, Archives and Special Collections
Created by: material relating to service in the Sudan
Language: English

Martin Willoughby Parr

(1892-1985)

1914-1918 Highland Light Infantry (France and Palestine)
1919-1923 A.D.C. Bara and Nahud, Kordofan
1923-1924 A.D.C. Wad Medani, Blue Nile Province
1925-1927 Assistant Civil Secretary (Personnel)
1927-1929 Private Secretary to the Governor-General
1929-1930 Deputy Governor, White Nile Province
1931-1933 Private Secretary to the Governor-General
1934 Deputy Civil Secretary
1934-1936 Governor, Upper Nile Province
1936-1942 Governor, Equatoria
1942 Retired from Sudan service


Arrangement

1. Official Papers
(a) White Nile Province
(b) Private Secretary to the Governor-General
(c) Deputy Civil Secretary
(d) Equatoria
(e) Post Sudan service
2. Articles, Lectures, Speeches, Books
3. Historical Material
4. Photographic Material
(a) Albums
(b) Loose Photographs
(c) Negatives
5. Audio Material
6. Miscellanea
7. Museum Objects
8. Newspaper Cuttings
9. Printed Material

Catalogue
1. Official Papers
(a) White Nile Province
SAD.817/2/1
1929-1930
Memo by Martin Parr concerning the administration of prisons
(b) Private Secretary to the Governor-General
SAD.817/2/5-7
1931-1933
Minute by Parrdealing with the problem of the effects of drinking upon the natives
(c) Deputy Civil Secretary
SAD.817/2/8-19
1934
Memoranda concerning the defence of the frontier with Abyssinia (817/2/8-14) and the amalgamation of provinces (817/2/15-19)
(d) Equatoria
SAD.817/2/20-68, 78-109, 114
1937-1939
Official papers concerning the death of Bishop Bullen (817/2/20-64), the mission sphere system (817/2/65-68), a tour of the Western Provinces of Equatoria (817/2/78-109) and the administration of prisons (817/2/114)
SAD.817/3/1-88
1940-1942
Official papers concerning Parr's involvement with the C.M.S. including correspondence with the Roman Catholic mission (817/3/1-3, 9-13, 28, 35, 41-43) and debate over native marriage laws (817/3/4-8), and including:
SAD.817/3/14-18
The Headmaster's report from the C.M.S. Boys' School at Dodona
SAD.817/3/38-40
"An impression of two schools in Equatoria"
SAD.817/3/50-68
A report on the southern policy
SAD.817/3/79-88
Parr's final report as the Governor of Equatoria Province with his proposals for future administration
SAD.817/4/1-69
1937-1942 (predominantly 1938)
Documents concerning the Colonial Office Ordinances for the marriage and divorce of African Christians, including a memorandum by Parr (817/4/1-40), and related correspondence
SAD.817/5/1-42
1942-1972 (predominantly 1942-1949)
Further documents concerning the Colonial Office Ordinances for the marriage and divorce of African Christians, including an article in Africa by Parr entitled “Marriage Ordinances for Africans” (817/5/26- 29)
(e) Post Sudan Service
SAD.817/6/1-118
1943-1955 Sep
Papers concerning events in the southern Sudan, including copies made by the C.M.S. to keep Parr informed: Parr's letter to The Times of 17 Feb 1953 concerning the lack of safeguards for the southern Sudan in the Anglo-Egyptian Agreement (817/6/32-44,53,55); a note on education in the south by the Minister of Education (817/6/45-48); letters from missionaries and Bishop Oliver Allison concerning the deteriorating political situation, strained relations between the Government and the missions, and the 1955 mutiny (817/6/67-118)
SAD.817/7/1-154
1955 Sep-Oct
Further papers concerning events in the southern Sudan: letters from missionaries and Bishop Oliver Allison concerning the mutiny and the poor relations between the Government and the missions
SAD.817/8/1-119
1955 Nov-Dec
Further papers concerning events in the southern Sudan: letters from missionaries and Bishop Oliver Allison concerning the mutiny and the poor relations between the Government and the missions (817/8/1-28, 30-73, 85-91, 98-101, 118-119); letter from Parr to The Times of 3 Nov 1955 concerning the situation in the southern Sudan (817/8/29); note by Parr on educational policy in the southern Sudan (817/8/92- 95); a report on the southern Sudan after the mutiny, by Colin Legum (817/8/102-116)
SAD.817/9/1-85
1956-1961
Further papers concerning events in the southern Sudan: letters from missionaries and Bishop Allison concerning the poor relations between the Government and the missions, the coup of 1958, and Sunday observance (817/9/1-2,5-17,25-35,40-67); note on the mutiny by S.W. Giltrap (817/9/18-24); memorandum from William Deng commenting on the situation in the southern Sudan, with related correspondence (817/9/68-83)
SAD.817/10/1-87
1962-1963 May
Further papers concerning events in the southern Sudan: the text of the Missionary Societies Act and related correspondence within the C.M.S. (817/10/3-47,55-56); letter from the Africa Secretary of the C.M.S. to the World Council of Churches concerning the expulsion of missionaries (817/10/50); copy of a letter from S.A.N.U. to the Prime Minister of Uganda on the situation in the south (817/10/57-59); copy of an article on the southern Sudan from the Reporter of March 1963 with comments by Parr (817/10/60-70); comment by William Deng on General Abbud's new constitution (817/10/75-77); correspondence between the C.M.S. and Parr on the situation in the Sudan (817/10/78-84)
SAD.817/11/1-89
1963 Jun-Dec
Further papers concerning events in the southern Sudan: newspaper extracts; responses to the publication of The Problem of the Southern Sudan by J. Oduho and W. Deng and the articles of J.L. Henderson, e.g. by Lawrence Woll (817/11/2-7), The Christian, the Sudan government (817/11/8-16,25-27), and by Parr in Race (817/11/86-87); a pro-government article translated for Brian de Saram (817/11/18-24); a letter from Akwot Atem to Parr on behalf of S.A.N.U. (817/11/33- 39) with comment upon it by Brian de Saram (817/11/43); articles in The British Weekly and The Times by J.L. Henderson with related comment by Brian de Saram, Richard Owen, and other C.M.S. and ex- Sudan Political Service figures (817/11/44-46, 50-58, 62-67, 70-72), including Parr (817/11/59-61); letters from Bishop Allison concerning the situation in the southern Sudan (817/11/48-49, 68-69); petition from S.A.N.U. to the U.N. (817/11/73-84)
SAD.827/1/1-114
1964-1969
Further papers concerning events in the southern Sudan: various letters to Parr from southern Sudanese; correspondence concerning J.L. Henderson (827/1/1, 14-15, 17-18, 57-58, 86-87); interviews with the Sudanese Ambassador (827/1/12-13,27-28,88-89); letter from Parr to New Africa concerning the southern Sudan's desire for independence (827/1/29); petition by African students to President Abbud during his state visit to Britain concerning the repression in the southern Sudan (827/1/30-39); letter by Parr to The Guardian concerning the history of the situation in the southern Sudan (827/1/49-50); government statements concerning the southern Sudan (827/1/77-80, 83-85)
SAD.827/2/1-130
1970-1981 (predominantly 1970-1976)
Further papers concerning events in the southern Sudan: Parr's interview with Gabriel Warburg concerning the Condominium (827/2/5-9, 21-32); Canon Warren's papers concerning the southern Sudan with Parr's comments (827/2/10-16)
SAD.827/3/50-52
1979
Letters from John Winder concerning his memoirs [see 541/5/1-17 and 541/7/1-32]
2. Articles, Lectures, Speeches, Books
SAD.427/1/1-154
1931-1932
Correspondence and working papers used in the preparation of Parr's monograph on the Gordon notes, with a detailed analysis of the surviving notes
SAD.424/12/1-11
1931-1933, 1946
"A rough outline of the history of the Gordon notes" by Parr (transcript with ms notes) with letter from Bill Tartellin of 1946 concerning the notes
SAD.635/8/1-29
1931-1933
Two copies of Parr's article on the Gordon notes
SAD.817/2/69-72, 817/2/115-118
1938
Talks given by Parr to Loka School
SAD.817/2/73-77
1939
An address given by Parr to the C.M.S. Conference at Juba
SAD.817/2/110-113
1939
An address given by Parr to mission teachers
SAD.817/3/19-27
1940
A talk given by Parr to Loka School
SAD.817/3/32-34
1941
An address given by Parr to the missionaries of Bahr-el-Ghazal district
SAD.817/3/29-31, 44-46, 69-78
1941-1942
Addresses given by Parr in church
SAD.827/2/33-128
1976
Chapters one to four of a book concerning the southern Sudan from 1947 to 1964 by Storrs McCall, sent by him to Parr for comments
SAD.827/5/1-70
1946-1975 (predominantly 1971-1975)
File of correspondence concerning the Gordon notes and Parr's article
3. Historical Material
SAD.817/2/2-4
1929-1930
Account of the battle of Um Debeikerat (1900)
SAD.827/3/58-64
1929, 1979
Correspondence concerning the battle of Tamai (1884)
SAD.827/3/53-55
1933
Translation of the letter from the Mahdi to General Gordon of 13 Jan 1885
4. Photographic Material
(a) albums
SAD.842/2/1-94
1934-1935
Southern Sudan and Abyssinia, including natural scenery, local tribes, colleagues, and Parr's house [also family and friends whilst on leave in Britain, 842/2/34-59, 63-66, 80]
SAD.842/2/1, 3
Kurmuk hospital
SAD.842/2/2,4
H.G. Wedderburn-Maxwell with Berta tribesmen
SAD.842/2/5-6
Khor Yabus near Kurmuk
SAD.842/2/7-8
Ingessana, Wisko
SAD.842/2/9-10, 71-73
Landing place, Abwong
SAD.842/2/11, 72
S.S. Beatrice and S.S. Eland at the landing place, Jokau
SAD.842/2/12, 74
F.D. Corfield and G.L. Elliot-Smith
SAD.842/2/13-14, 76, 78
Major-General S.S. Butler leaving Malakal by air
SAD.842/2/15-16, 68, 70
Death of a crocodile, Baro River
SAD.842/2/17, 19
Pelicans and black ibis, Yirol
SAD.842/2/18
Mrs Hancock
SAD.842/2/20-21
Dinkas dancing, Shambe
SAD.842/2/22
Captain G.P. Cann, Roy, Evans at Malakal bath
SAD.842/2/23
Lt. Col. Gammell, D. Lang at Malakal
SAD.842/2/24-28
Parr's house, Malakal
SAD.842/2/29-31
Trees at Duk Faiwil
SAD.842/2/32-33
Storm clouds over the Nile, Malakal
SAD.842/2/60
Shilluk at Lul mission
SAD.842/2/61-62, 79
Shooting competitions in England (including the Sudan team)
SAD.842/2/67, 69
Nuer bathing
SAD.842/2/75, 77, 81
The Nile?
SAD.842/2/82-90,94
Scenery of Upper Nile Province?: forests, mountains, rivers
SAD.842/2/91-93
Tribesmen outside a log building
(b) loose photographs
SAD.837/6/1-17
1919-1941
Parr and his friends and colleagues
SAD.837/6/1-2
n.d.
Parr on a camel
SAD.837/6/3
1919
D.J. Bethell
SAD.837/6/4
1919
P. Ingleson
SAD.837/6/5
1919
E.S. Fiddes
SAD.837/6/14
1920
Ingleson and Harvey at El Obeid
SAD.837/6/15
1920
E.G. Sarsfield-Hall, Speirs, Parr, Mrs Sarsfield-Hall, Hamilton Grierson, Chown and Knox White, at Nahud
SAD.837/6/6
1926
Parr and friends at the Sudan Club: M.S. Lush, M. Symons, A.R.C. Bolton, Jock Miller
SAD.837/6/7, 17
1928?
H.E. Sir John Maffey and servants
SAD.837/6/16
1930
Gawain Bell at Erkowit
SAD.837/6/8
c1930-1932
Sudan shooting team with trophy
SAD.837/6/9
1941
H.Q. staff, Juba, Equatoria
SAD.837/6/10, 13
n.d.
E.S. Fiddes?
SAD.837/6/11-12
n.d.
George Bredin arriving at Nahud and leaving El Obeid
SAD.837/7/1-17
c1921
Various Sudanese people, individuals and groups
SAD.837/7/1, 4
School football team, with schoolmasters
SAD.837/7/2
Northern (?) Sudanese tribesmen and police
SAD.837/7/3
Bayin Mahjub, one of Parr's pipers
SAD.837/7/5
Murder trial at Jebel Kamdang
SAD.837/7/6
Nuba meks of Talodi and Tima
SAD.837/7/7
Camel carrying young camels in net bags
SAD.837/7/8
Nuba village on the top of Jebel Tubbaj (?)
SAD.837/7/9
Shaykh Hamad al-Nil on the roof of Nahud mosque
SAD.837/7/10
Mrs Baridi and her children
SAD.837/7/11-12
Unidentified Sudanese
SAD.837/7/13
Sudanese on a decorated camel
SAD.837/7/14-15
Southern Sudanese bathing in a river
SAD.837/7/16
Members of Parr's police force
SAD.837/7/17
Old woman, Nahud
Kordofan
SAD.843/3/1-13
1920-1921
Photographs of Kordofan, including the mediriyah at El Obeid (843/3/1), the station at El Obeid (or Um Ruwaba?) (843/3/2), the wells at Toto (843/3/3) and Abu Zabad (843/3/4-6), Abu Haraz (843/3/10) and other settlements, and scenery
SAD.844/5/12-18
1920-1921
Prints made from original negatives [from album at 845/1/1-66] of ceremonial occasions in Kordofan
SAD.844/5/12
Guard at Allenby's visit to Kordofan
SAD.844/5/13
Kabbashi camels at Allenby's visit
SAD.844/5/14
Kabbashi `utfahs
SAD.844/5/15
Hamar camels, King's Day
SAD.844/5/16
Ghereisia on King's Day march past
SAD.844/5/17
Nahud and Abu Jabad school match
SAD.844/5/18
Parr camping near Nahud
SAD.837/8/1-9
1920-1922
The visit of Lord Allenby to El Obeid on 20 Jan 1920 (837/8/1-3); the events of King's Day at Nahud in 1921 and 1922 (837/8/4-9)
SAD.837/15/23-27
c1920-1923
Scenes of Jebel Kubja, near El Odaiya (?)
SAD.837/15/1-22
1921-1922
Scenes of Nahud, including views of the town (837/15/1-4), Parr's house (837/15/8-9), local police and pipers (837/15/10-12), the mosque (837/15/13-16), local gum and animal markets (837/15/17-18), and the wells (837/15/19-21)
SAD.837/9/1-17
1923
King's Day at Nahud in 1923 : awaiting Sir Lee Stack (837/9/1-9), the levée tent (837/9/10-13), camel racing (837/9/14-15), Sir Lee Stack (837/9/16), Parr and guests during Sir Lee Stack's visit (837/9/17)
SAD.837/11/1-10
1926-1934?
Sir John Maffey attending a tribal meeting
SAD.837/11/1-2
Sir John Maffey meeting Italian soldiers at a railway station
SAD.837/11/3
Camels with `utfahs
SAD.837/11/4-5
Camel corps march past
SAD.837/11/6-7
Official guests at the tribal meeting
SAD.837/11/8-10
Officials including Sir John Maffey
SAD.837/10/1-22
1928 Jan 9-11
Sir John Maffey attending a tribal gathering of the Hamar at Nahud, including Maffey arriving and meeting umdahs (837/10/1-4), addressing shaykhs (837/10/5-6), watching a march past (837/10/7-14), and driving round Nahud Town and meeting merchants (837/10/15-18)
Khartoum
SAD.837/14/1-13
1919-1932
Scenes of Khartoum
SAD.837/14/1
Khartoum Tramways centre
SAD.837/14/2
Decorations for Maulid al-Nabi
SAD.837/14/3
Gordon College Military School football team
SAD.837/14/4
Landing place on the Nile outside Gordon College
SAD.837/14/5-7
The Palace
SAD.837/14/8-9
Aerial photograph of Khartoum
SAD.837/14/10
Sudan Club tennis courts
SAD.837/14/11
Sudan Club swimming pool
SAD.837/14/12
Gordon statue
SAD.837/14/13
Kitchener statue
SAD.844/5/1-11
1920-1921
Prints made from original negatives [from album at 845/1/1-66] of Parr's friends
SAD.844/5/1
Group in Field's house, Khartoum
SAD.844/5/2-4
Gordon College on Armistice Day
SAD.844/5/5
Fiddes at Udal's house
SAD.844/5/6
Hussey at Udal's house
SAD.844/5/7
Field, Sands, Parr, Richardson, Fiddes
SAD.844/5/8
Ali Bedri at Udal's house
SAD.844/5/9
Sudan Club tennis courts
SAD.844/5/11
N.R. Udal
SAD.842/3, 6
c1925-1934?
Mounted group photographs of Palace staff
SAD.842/3
1928 or 1929
H.E. Sir John Maffey and staff, including Captain J. Ross, Parr, Comptroller El Kaimakam P.D. Mulholland Bey, and Yuzbashi Sulayman al Khalifah `Abd-Allahi
SAD.842/6
1925-1934?
Palace staff, including Parr
SAD.842/10/1-6
1925-1934?
Group photographs of the Palace and Secretariat staff, and official occasions
SAD.842/10/1
1925
The Civil Secretary and staff
SAD.842/10/2
1926 Jan?
The arrival of Lord Lloyd at Khartoum Central station for the inauguration of the Sennar dam?
SAD.842/10/3
1928?
The Governor-General and staff
SAD.842/10/4
1928-1932?
The band of the Royal Welch Fusiliers in the Palace gardens
SAD.842/10/5
1932 or 1933
The Governor-General and staff
SAD.842/10/6
1926-1934?
The Governor-General and staff
Kassala
SAD.837/13/1-13
1928-1932?
Douglas Newbold and Parr with Hadanduwah at Erkowit, including Hadanduwah stick fighting (837/13/12-13)
SAD.837/12/1-6
1928
Hadanduwah at Erkowit
SAD.837/12/1
Group of men
SAD.837/12/2
Athletics: high-jumping
SAD.837/12/3
Boys throwing stones at baboons
SAD.837/12/4
Gawain Bell and Parr talking to Hamid Mahmud
SAD.837/12/5-6
Boys caddying at golf
SAD.837/12/7-13
1928
Scenery at Erkowit, including Gawain Bell and Hamid Mahmud inspecting a candelabra cactus (euphorbia) (837/12/11)
Upper Nile Province
SAD.843/1
1899
Kaka from the gunboat Abu Klea
Nile Scenes
SAD.843/2/2-9
1919-1933
Scenes of the Nile and river boats, including the Bordein moored outside the Palace, decorated for the centenary of General Gordon's birth (843/2/7)
Miscellaneous
SAD.843/3/14-18
n.d.
Miscellaneous photographs
SAD.843/3/14
The Sudan Defence Force at target practice?
SAD.843/3/15
A crashed biplane
SAD.843/3/16
Sudanese boys tossing someone in a blanket [doctored photograph?]
SAD.843/3/17
Egyptian temple at Philae
SAD.854/1/1-7
1921-1928
Photographs lent by Parr to the makers of the Gordon film in 1965 :
SAD.854/1/1
1921
Muhammad Dafaallah, nazir of the Messeria trying Parr's telescopic sight
SAD.854/1/2-3
1921
Hamar tribal gathering on King's Day at Nahud
SAD.854/1/4
1921
Relisting the Jekheisat animals at Abu Zabad
SAD.854/1/5
1921
`Umdah Jadeili Muhammad Salaama and his sons
SAD.854/1/6
n.d.
Waterwheel on the Nile at Khartoum
SAD.854/1/7
1928
Nile boats at Omdurman
Outside the Sudan
SAD.843/6/1-30
1911-1934?
Parr and family in Britain, and also in the Sudan (843/6/5-9, 21)
SAD.843/7/1-15
1917?
The Highland Light Infantry in Palestine, including photographs of them travelling (843/7/2-9) and of the scenery (843/7/10-15)
SAD.843/8/1-17
1917?
Further photographs of the Highland Light Infantry in Palestine, including the scenery (843/8/1-4), Parr and his fellow officers (843/8/5-16), and a tank (843/8/17)
SAD.844/4/1-17
1917?
Further photographs of the scenery of Palestine and duplicates of those of the H.L.I. [prints taken from negatives]
SAD.843/2/1
1919
View of Suez
SAD.842/4-842/5
1930-1932?
Sudan shooting team with trophy
SAD.842/7-842/9
1935-1938
Sudan shooting team at Bisley
SAD.843/5/1-11
1937-1955
The Sudan shooting team at Bisley, with team photographs
Postcards
SAD.843/4/1-25
n.d.
Various postcards of Khartoum, the Sennar Dam, cotton cultivation, trains and Nile steamers
SAD.843/4/1
Khartoum embankment
SAD.843/4/2
Government offices, Khartoum
SAD.843/4/3
Interior of Khartoum Cathedral
SAD.843/4/4
Kitchener Memorial School of Medicine, Khartoum
SAD.843/4/5
The Grand Hotel, Khartoum
SAD.843/4/6
The mosque and main street, Omdurman
SAD.843/4/7
Halfa
SAD.843/4/8
The Sennar Dam under construction
SAD.843/4/9
The Sennar Dam
SAD.843/4/16
The main canal at Sennar and the ferry
SAD.843/4/10-11
Cotton cultivation
SAD.843/4/12
West African pilgrim and cotton picker
SAD.843/4/13
Mail train
SAD.843/4/14
Dining and sleeping car train
SAD.843/4/15
River bank near Halfa
SAD.843/4/17
The steamer Lotus
SAD.843/4/18
The steamer Britain
SAD.843/4/19
The steamer Sudan
SAD.843/4/20
The steamer Fateh
SAD.843/4/21
The second cataract
SAD.843/4/22
Luxor
SAD.843/4/23-24
Abu Simbel
SAD.843/4/25
Temple of Wadi el Siboua
(c) negatives
SAD.845/1/1-66
1920 Nov-1921 Mar
Album of negatives. Prints were taken from good quality negatives of individuals and named occasions relevant to the Sudan. These are at 844/5/1-18. Those negatives are in the negative collection. Negatives of secondary importance for which no prints were taken are as follows. Negatives in the album of no real relevance are unlisted.
SAD.845/1/3,6
Gordon College
SAD.845/1/8,13-14
Blue Nile and Khartoum North
SAD.845/1/10-12,16
Parr's friend on board a boat
SAD.845/1/15
Udal's house
SAD.845/1/21
Mahdi's tomb
SAD.845/1/22
The market, Omdurman
SAD.845/1/23
The landing place, Omdurman
SAD.845/1/50
Nahud from the mosque roof
SAD.845/1/58
Hamla loading camels
SAD.845/1/59,61
Nuba
SAD.845/1/63
Listing sheep
SAD.845/1/64
Nile boat at Halfa
5. Audio Material
SAD.817/12-817/13
1981
Cassette recording of a conversation between Parr and M. Lotham
SAD.817/12, side 1
Parr's experiences during the First World War
45 mins [fairly good quality]
SAD.817/12, side 2
Parr's period in the Sudan Political Service: very general discussion, especially concerning Southern Policy, the "Bog Barons", and Sir John Maffey's concept of Native Administration
45 mins [fairly good quality]
SAD.817/13, side 1
Parr's assessment of Sir Stewart Symes and Sir Geoffrey Archer; the power of Sayyid `Abd al-Rahman al-Mahdi under the Condominium
18 mins, beginning 5 mins into the tape [fairly good quality] 817/13, side 2 [blank]
6. Miscellanea
SAD.827/3/65-76
1937, 1959
Orders of service relating to the memorial services of Bishop Bullen
SAD.827/3/77-88
1955
Sudan Government British Pensioners' Association notice of annual general meeting and rules
SAD.827/3/56
1982
Record of achievement of the Sudan shooting teams at Bisley from 1929 to 1956
SAD.827/3/57
1985
Obituary of Martin Parr from The Times
7. Museum Objects
SAD.11/9/1-10; 11/10/1-9
1884
Ten currency notes issued by General Gordon at Khartoum [framed]
SAD.827/3/82
1933
Cartoon of Sir Harold MacMichael by E.G. Sarsfield-Hall
8. Newspaper Cuttings
SAD.827/4/1-62
1939-1972 (predominantly 1952-1965)
Cuttings from The Times and other British and Sudanese publications covering the Anglo-Egyptian Agreement, the situation in the southern Sudan, the 1958 coup, and the expulsion of missionaries
Printed material
Durham University Library Printed material deposited with collection; now integrated into library and catalogued on OPAC. All Africa Church Conference: Report of the All-Africa Seminar on the Christian Home and Family Life (1963)
Anya-Nya National Organization: Resistance: the Story of Southern Sudan (1969)
Blackwood's Magazine no.1912, vol.317 (Edinburgh)
Bloss, J.F.E., “The History of Sleeping Sickness in the Sudan” (Reprinted from Proceedings of the Royal Society of Medicine vol.53 no.6 pp.421-6 (Jun 1960)
C.M.S. Newsletter no.150 (May 1953)
The Daily Telegraph Magazine no.186 (London, 26 Apr 1968)
Deng W. and Oduho J.: The Problem of the Southern Sudan (O.U.P. for the Institute of Race Relations, 1963)
"The Sudan", a special edition of the Diplomatic Bulletin no.23 (London, Nov 1954)
Forum World Features (22 Jan 1972)
Grass Curtain vol.2 no.3 (May 1972)
House of Lords: Parliamentary Debates (Hansard) vol.194 no.28 (London, 2 Nov 1955)
Documents concerning Constitutional Development in the Sudan and the Agreement between the Government of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland and the Egyptian Government concerning Self-Government and Self-Determination for the Sudan (London, 17 Feb 1953)
Draft Agreement between the Government of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland and the Egyptian Government concerning Self-Government and Self-Determination for the Sudan (London, Feb 1953)
Hone, H.R., “The Native of Uganda and the Criminal Law” (Reprinted from the Uganda Journal no.1 vol.vi, pp.1-16 (Uganda, Jul 1938)
Institute of Race Relations: Race vol.v no.2 (London, Oct 1963)
Intelligence Digest no.255 (London, Feb 1960)
International Bank Note Society Quarterly Magazine vol.10 no.2 (Dec 1970)
The Messenger vol.xxiv no.21 (1 Nov 1955)
New Africa vol.6 nos.4-5 (London, Apr-May 1964)
Newbold, Sir Douglas, The Human Side of Culture (30 May 1940)
Northern Nigeria no.53 (Apr 1938)
Sudan, House of Representatives: Weekly Digest of Proceedings no.7 (third session) (Khartoum, Apr 1955)
Sudan, Regional Ministry of Information: Peace and Progress, 1973-1974 (Juba, 1973)
Sudan African (Closed District) National Union: Voice of Southern Sudan vol.1 nos.1, 3 (1963)
Sudan News, 3 vols. (Aug 1965, Mar 1967, May 1967)
Time and Tide vol.34 no.8 (London, 21 Feb 1953)
Turner, G.C., Presidential Address to the Uganda Education Association (22 Nov 1940)
Voice of the Nile Republic nos.14-15 New Series (Mar-Apr 1970)
Welch, J.W., “Can Christian Marriage in Africa be African?” Reprinted from the International Review of Missions (Jan 1933)