Catalogue of the papers of Llewellyn Henry Gwynne
Introduction
Llewellyn Henry Gwynne
Arrangement

Catalogue
1. Official Papers
(a) Missionary for the Church Missionary Society in the Sudan, 1899-1905
(b) Archdeacon of the Sudan/Bishop of Khartoum, 1905-1920
(c) Deputy Chaplain General to the British Forces in France, 1915-1920
(d) Bishop of Egypt and the Sudan, 1920-1945
(e) Bishop of Egypt and the Sudan/Bishop in Egypt/Retirement
2. Personal Papers
3. Diaries
4. Articles, Lectures and Speeches
(a) Articles
(b) Lectures and Speeches
5. Sermons and Intercessions
(a) Sermons
(b) Intercessions
6. Photographic Material
(a) Photograph albums
(b) Loose photographs
7. Museum Objects
8. Newspaper Cuttings
9. Miscellanea
10. Printed Material
Reference code: GB-0033-SAD
Title: Catalogue of the papers of Llewellyn Henry Gwynne
Dates of creation: 1886-1957
Extent: 18 boxes
Held by: Durham University Library, Archives and Special Collections
Created by: Material relating to service in the Sudan
Language: English

Llewellyn Henry Gwynne

(1863-1957)

1886-1890Curate of St. Chad's, Derby
1890-1892Curate of St Andrew's, Nottingham
1892-1899Vicar of Emmanuel Church, Nottingham
1899-1905C.M.S. Missionary in the Sudan
1905-1920Archdeacon in the Sudan
1908-1920Bishop in Khartoum
1915-1920Deputy Chaplain-General in France
1920-1945Bishop in Egypt and the Sudan
1945-1946Bishop in Egypt


Arrangement

1. Official Papers
(a) Missionary for the Church Missionary Society in Sudan, 1899-1905
(b) Archdeacon of Sudan/Bishop of Khartoum, 1905-1920
(c) Deputy Chaplain General to the British Forces in France, 1915-1920
(d) Bishop of Egypt and the Sudan, 1920-1945
(e) Bishop of Egypt and the Sudan/Bishop in Egypt/Retirement
2. Personal Papers
3. Diaries
4. Articles, Lectures and Speeches
5. Sermons and Intercessions
6. Photographic Material
(a) Photograph Albums
(b) Loose Photographs
7. Musuem Objects
8. Newspaper Cuttings
9. Miscellanea
10. Printed Material

Accession details

Earlier deposit by H.C. Jackson, 1959. Later deposits by Dr S.R. & Mrs. A.M. Brooks, 1992 & 1993. These deposits also contained the papers of Provost G.H. Martin which are now catalogued separately.

Catalogue
1. Official Papers
(a) Missionary for the Church Missionary Society in the Sudan, 1899-1905
SAD.27/1/1-51
1899 Nov 24-1905
Official papers of Gwynne, mostly notes and correspondence, relating to his role as Missionary for the C.M.S., including letter from C. Fergusson, Acting Governor-General, to Gwynne prohibiting the teaching of Christianity to Muslims in the Sudan (SAD.27/1/5-6); letter from R. MacInnes to Gwynne concerning the provision of rent to missionaries, expenditure required for the proposed boys' and girls' schools, and a dispute with the American Mission over plans for a Boys' School in Khartoum (SAD.27/1/9-14); minutes of the meeting of the Egypt Missionary Conference (SAD.27/1/15-22); letter from MacInnes to Gwynne concerning the financial calculations for the proposed girls' school in Khartoum, and the need for a qualified educationalist in Khartoum (SAD.27/1/23-26); letter from A.H. Cooper to Gwynne concerning the latter's criticism of the methods employed by the British & Foreign Bible Society (SAD.27/1/28-30); letter from [Gwynne?] to Baylis concerning the relative mission spheres of the C.M.S., the American Presbyterians and the Roman Catholic Missions in the Sudan, and the establishment of C.M.S. mission stations in Mongalla and Abyssinia (SAD.27/1/32-33); unsigned note entitled “Report on the Christian work at Khartoum, during the absence of Rev. Gwynne” mostly concerning disagreements relating to the education of Muslim girls (SAD.27/1/35-39); letter from MacInnes to Gwynne with comments on the report of the annual accounts, Gwynne's appointment to the position of Archdeacon of the Sudan and his requirement to leave the C.M.S. (SAD.27/1/40-45); letter from D.L. Thornton to Gwynne concerning the agreement to allow his paper, entitled “Orient and occident in the Sudan”, to be circulated amongst Sudanese Muslims (SAD.27/1/46-51)
(b) Archdeacon of the Sudan/Bishop of Khartoum, 1905-1920
SAD.27/1/52-99
1905 Jun 30-1910 Dec 19
Official papers of Gwynne, mostly notes and correspondence, relating to his role as Archdeacon of the Sudan, including letter from A.H. Cooper to Gwynne concerning the latter's criticism of the agents of the British & Foreign Bible Society (SAD.27/1/52-53); manuscript note by [Gwynne?] entitled “Proposed introduction of Christian teaching to Christian boys at present attending Gordon College” (SAD.27/1/54-59); letter from Sir Reginald Wingate, Governor-General, to Gwynne on the relationship between the Sudan Government and the missionaries, sources of funding for the building of Khartoum Cathedral and the dignitaries to be invited to the consecration ceremony (SAD.27/1/66-68); letter from Wingate to Gwynne recommending a tour of the Sudan to raise money for the building of Khartoum Cathedral (SAD.27/1/69-70); letters from A. Fleming and A. Wingate to Gwynne, concerning plans for an interdenominational mission to combat Muslim propaganda in the Sudan (SAD.27/1/72-76); extract from a report by Capt E.S. Jackson, late Inspector at Meridi on the need to Christianise the local population in order to prevent the spread of Islam, with covering letter from W. Sterry to Gwynne (SAD.27/1/78-80); note concerning Miss Warburton's comments on the need for a higher education school for girls in the Sudan (SAD.27/1/86); note on the establishment of a permanent Diaconate (SAD.27/1/87-88); memorandum by Gwynne on the appointment of a Coptic archbishop for Abyssinia (SAD.27/1/89-97)
SAD.27/2/1-13
1906-1907
Official papers concerning the construction of a bungalow residence and boarding house near the Khartoum School, including specifications and architectural plans
SAD.27/3/1-94
1911 Jan 10-Dec 16
Official papers of Gwynne, mostly correspondence with enclosures, relating to his role as Archdeacon of the Sudan, including Gwynne to Wingate on the establishment of the Sabbath in the Sudan (SAD.27/3/1-4); S. Gould, General Secretary of the Missionary Society (Canada) to Gwynne concerning Gwynne's appeal to prevent the spread of Islam in Eastern Sudan (SAD.27/3/5-6); Gwynne to K. Kumm, Sir Andrew Balfour, A. Fleming and G.W. Bradshaw concerning the wish of C.T. Studd, a missionary of the Free Church Heart of Africa, to establish a mission in the South (SAD.27/3/9-28); Gwynne to Canon Gould concerning funds for the establishment of a school to educate Muslim girls at Wad Medani, as well as the requirement for a medical missionary (SAD.27/3/29-32); Gwynne to Lewis regarding the spread of Christianity in Uganda (SAD.27/3/33-34); Gwynne to Baylis and V. Buxton, and S. Gould to Gwynne, on uniting the Christian denominations to combat the threat of Islam in Southern Sudan (SAD.27/3/35-48); Wingate to Gwynne concerning the establishment of the Sabbath in the Sudan, the question of removing the restrictions on missions and competition between the Christian and Islamic missions in Southern Sudan (SAD.27/3/49-50); [Bishop Sarabamon?] of the Coptic Church to J. Wordsworth, Bishop of Salisbury, appealing for financial assistance to spread the Christian religion in the Sudan (SAD.27/3/51-52); Wingate to Gwynne on plans for the consecration ceremony for All Saints Cathedral in Khartoum, the Bishop of London's controversial speech in the Albert Hall on the Turkish-Italian conflict in Tripoli and his criticisms of Islam, and missionary work in the South (SAD.27/3/53-58); Wingate to Gwynne regarding the Bishop of London's speech and the Archbishop of Canterbury's concern over his role in the consecration ceremony (SAD.27/3/62-64); Mahmud Ibrahim, owner of El Express newspaper, to the proprietor of al-Basir newspaper concerning the religious question in the Tripoli conflict (SAD.27/3/66-67); Gwynne to Baglis concerning Bishop Gayer's request to re-arrange the missionary spheres in the Sudan (SAD.27/3/68-70); Wingate to Gwynne concerning the donation of the Alexandrian Coptic Community for church furniture for Khartoum Cathedral, and arrangements for the King and Queen travelling to the consecration ceremony (SAD.27/3/71-72); Wingate to Bishop Blyth, on Blyth's inability to attend the consecration ceremony, and the need for further appeals to complete the building project (SAD.27/3/81-85); Wingate to Gwynne concerning arrangements for a garden party following the consecration (SAD.27/3/87-88). Enclosure: (
SAD.27/3/89
[ca. 1911]
Note by Gwynne entitled “Rough estimate of funds required for church extension in the Sudan”
SAD.27/3/90-94
[ca. 1911]
Nnote [by Sir Reginald Wingate?] on the question of allowing Christian missionaries to work in Northern Nigeria
SAD.27/4/1-3
1911
Notebook containing names and addresses of donors to the Soldiers' Institute in Khartoum
SAD.27/5/1-161
1912 Jan 3-Dec 20
Official papers of Gwynne, mostly correspondence and enclosures, relating to his role as Archdeacon of the Sudan, including letter from Photros, Patriarch of Alexandria, to H.H. Kitchener, forwarded to Wingate and Gwynne, as well as Bishop Nicterious, Wakil of the Orthodox Greek Patriarchate in Cairo, to A. Bolland, Sudan Agent, concerning the visit of Christophoros, Archbishop of Axoum, to Khartoum and his appointment as Archbishop of Nubia (SAD.27/5/3-6,14-18); petition for the consecration and sentence of consecration of All Saints Cathedral, Khartoum (SAD.27/5/21-23); K.C.P. Struvé, Assistant Civil Secretary, to Gwynne, enclosing copies of telegrams between Rev. A. Shaw and the Civil Secretary, and P.R. Phipps to H.B. Mathias, President of the Sleeping Sickness Commission, with reply, regarding the unsuitabliity of the Lado Enclave for establishing a mission station owing to the problem of sleeping sickness (SAD.27/5/25,27-28,43-45); Bishop F.H. Geyer, Bishop of the Austrian Mission, to Wingate, with reply, Gwynne to Phipps and Phipps to Gwynne, enclosing correspondence between Wingate and his cousin Sir A. Wingate and from Geyer to Wingate, on the establishment of a Roman Catholic mission in the Lado Enclave (SAD.27/5/29-34,36-41,48-57,62-63); F. Baylis to Gwynne (enclosing Baylis to Wingate), Baylis to Shaw, J.S. Thirtle to Gwynne, J.F.V. Buxton to Gwynne, and Gwynne to W.G. Bradshaw on the establishment of a new Protestant mission station at Meridi (SAD.27/5/67-73,76); Wingate to Gwynne on regulations for the new school at Wad Medani, the difficulties experienced by the Austrian Mission amongst the Shilluk tribes, and the attitude of the Sudan Government towards missionary work amongst the Muslims in Northern Sudan (SAD.27/5/77-78); Baylis and W.B. Redmayne of the Sudan United Mission to Bradshaw, and Baylis to WIngate on the division of the Azande country between the Catholic and Protestant missions (SAD.27/5/79-84,86-90); G.T. Manley to Shaw concerning the Azande mission station, and the possibility of missionary work for ladies in the Upper Nile (SAD.27/5/92-99); R. MacInnes to Gwynne concerning his treatment of Miss Tristram (SAD.27/5/102-107); Manley to Shaw relating to the costs of the Sudan Mission (SAD.27/5/126-128); Dr Karl Kumm to Gywynne and Manley to Shaw on the possibility of the S.U.M. establishing a mission in the eastern Sudan (SAD.27/5/137-139); G.P. Thomas to Manley and Manley to Shaw and Scamell, with a note by Colonel E.R. Kenyon, R.E. concerning the new mission station at Malek (SAD.27/5/141-144,148,154-158); Manley to Shaw concerning the proposed work of the Africa Inland Mission among the Azande in the Belgian Congo (SAD 27/5/149-152). Enclosures:
SAD.27/5/26
1912
Extracts from Khedivial Decree no.3, concerning the composition of the Coptic General Committee
SAD.27/5/59-61
1912 Apr 12
Notes made by Archibald Shaw after an interview with the Governor of Bahr al-Ghazal Province at Wau for the guidance of the missionary in charge of the C.M.S. station at Lau
SAD.27/5/64-66
1912 Apr
Sudan Government, Regulations for Missions in the Sudan (1912)
SAD.27/5/94-95
1912 Jul 16
Resolutions passed by the Committee of Correspondence concerning plans for a mission among the Azande
SAD.27/5/115-125
1912 Sep 27
Note by `Aziz Habashi on the Coptic Church, with comments by Hans H. Spoer and Bishop Gwynne
SAD.27/5/129-130
1912 Oct 25-26
Note by `Aziz Habashi on the Coptic prayer book
SAD.27/5/133
1912 Nov 12
Memorandum of interview between Dr Karl Kumm, Redmayne, Secretary of the Sudan United Mission on plans for mission work among the Azande
SAD.27/5/145-147
1912 Dec 13
Note, written at C.M. House, on the proposal of the Africa Inland Mission to start work among the Azande tribe in the Belgian Congo
SAD.27/5/160
[1912]
Notes for a service of consecration of the extension of the cemetery at Wad Medani
SAD.27/5/161
[1912]
Précis of a complaint made by Grant Eff. Asfour to the Patriarchate, defending the rights of the community and clergy, containing 17 articles
SAD.27/6/1-26
1912 - 1916
Notebook containing lists of letters received and sent by Gwynne
SAD.27/7/1-50
1912 Jul-Dec
Notebook containing lists of letters received and sent by Gwynne
SAD.27/8/1-55
[1912?] Dec-[1914?] Dec
Notebook containing lists of letters received and sent by Gwynne
SAD.27/9/1-53
1913 Jan-1915 Sep
Notebook containing lists of letters received and sent by Gwynne
SAD.27/10/1-164
1913 Jan 17-1919 Sep 27
Official papers of Gwynne, mostly correspondence and enclosures, relating to his role as Archdeacon of the Sudan, including A.B. Fisher to Gwynne concerning the mission station at Gulu in Uganda(SAD.27/10/9); extract from a letter from W. Thesiger, H.B.M. Minister in Abyssinia, to Wingate, with covering letter from Wingate to Gwynne (SAD.27/10/10-11) and reply, concerning Thesiger's opposition to the establishment of a mission in Addis Ababa (SAD.27/10/12); Wingate to the Secretary [of the Church Missionary Society] on the need for a medical missionary at Yambio owing to the possibility of an outbreak of sleeping sickness (SAD.27/10/13); Wingate to Gwynne (enclosing Gwynne to Thesiger and Wingate to Thesiger), and Thesiger to Gwynne, concerning Gwynne's desire to reform the Abyssinian Church (SAD.27/10/14-22); Phipps to Gwynne rejecting the possibility of establishing a new mission station in the Nuba Mountains owing to the proximity of the Roman Catholic and American spheres (SAD.27/10/23); A. Wingate to Gwynne, and Kumm to Wingate, with reply, and Wingate to Gwynne on the establishment of a Sudan United Mission at Melut and its possible expansion (SAD.27/10/25-30,42); Manley to Gwynne regarding the medical missionary question at Yambio, complaints by the Governor of the Bahr al-Ghazal against the conduct of C.M.S. missionaries and his preference for Roman Catholic missions (SAD.27/10/33-35); M. Simaiku and W.Boutros Ghali to Gwynne, Macarius, Bishop of Assiut Coptic Church, to Gwynne, with reply, Gwynne to Lord Kitchener (draft), Wingate and Y.B. Mansy to Gwynne, concerning a controversy surrounding a libellous attack by Abuna Marcus against the Coptic clergy (SAD.27/10/36,45-59,88); Kumm, D.V. MacDiarmid and Marta Landinger to Gwynne concerning the Sudan United Mission and its work amongst the Dinka at Melut (SAD.27/10/38-39,65-67,69-70,77,85-86); Abuna Marcus to Gwynne concerning his removal from the Coptic priesthood (SAD.27/10/40); F.P. Osborne to Gwynne concerning opposition from the Patriarch of the Greek Orthodox Church to the Sudan non-Mohammedan Marriage Ordinance (SAD.27/10/73-74); extract of a letter (forwarded to Gwynne from A.W. Keown-Boyd) from Shaykh `Abd al-Qadir al-Makkawi to Wingate, concerning the benefits of Islam (SAD.27/10/80-84); J.V. Macmillan to Gwynne concerning plans for the setting up of a Diocesan Council (SAD.27/10/94-99); Wingate and G.F. Popham to Gwynne on the organisation of a Central Church Committee to manage the diocese (SAD.27/10/102-111); Farrag Georgi to Gwynne on the latter's resignation from the General Council of the Coptic Church in the Sudan (SAD.27/10/112-113); Manley to Shaw concerning the opening of a new mission station in the Latuka district (SAD.27/10/117-118); Manley to Gwynne concerning the school at Wad Medani (SAD.27/10/122-123,137-138). Enclosures: and (SAD.27/10/155-162).
SAD.27/10/151
[ca. 1915-1919]
Note on how Christianity was taught in the government schools
SAD.27/10/152
[ca. 1915-1919]
Scheme for stained glass wiondows in the north and south transepts of Khartoum Cathedral
SAD.27/10/155-162
[ca. 1919]
Note entitled “The re-adjustment of the Diocese of Egypt and the Sudan”
(c) Deputy Chaplain General to the British Forces in France, 1915-1920
SAD.27/11/1-23
1914 Aug 6-1919 Jul 17
Papers relating to Gwynne's role as Deputy Chaplain General to the British forces in France during WW1, chiefly correspondence with some enclosures, from Bishop J. Taylor Smith to Gwynne, concerning Gwynne's appointment as Acting Chaplain to the Forces (SAD.27/11/2-5); printed letter from Gwynne concerning the supply of ordination candidates to the army (SAD.27/11/15-18); draft letter from Gwynne to the chaplains of the B.E.F., France, thanking them for their service (SAD.27/11/20); Prof. G. Milligan to Gwynne offering Gwynne an Honorary Doctor of Divinity from Glasgow University for his work as Deputy Chaplain General (SAD.27/11/21). Enclosures:
SAD.27/11/6
1914 Aug 17
Agreement for Gwynne's appointment as Acting Chaplain to the Forces
SAD.27/11/7-9
1914 Aug 17
Return of field allowances issued to Gwynne under canvas at mobilisation
SAD.27/11/10-13
1914 Aug 17
Note concerning the uniform and field kit for Army Chaplains
SAD.27/12-13,15-18; SAD.28/1-8
1915-1920
14 volumes of manuscript notes made by Gwynne relating to his work as Deputy Chaplain General, including notes on named soldiers
SAD.28/9-10
1915-1920
Notebooks containing names and addresses of chaplains serving at the front, many with brief biographical information and comments by Gwynne
SAD.28/11/1-46
1916-1917
Deputy Chaplain General's account book
(d) Bishop of Egypt and the Sudan, 1920-1945
SAD/PF.26/6/1-5
1948 Jan
Architectural plans for a war memorial in All Saints' Cathedral, Khartoum, drawn by Sir Herbert Baker & Scott of London
SAD.28/12/1-72
1921 Feb 6-1924 Dec 16
Official papers relating to Gwynne's role as Bishop of Egypt and the Sudan, mostly notes and correspondence, including draft note on the work of the C. of E. in Baghdad (SAD.28/12/4-5); letter from Wingate to Gwynne concerning Gwynne's church building appeal (SAD.28/12/10); note by Gwynne to Sir E. Allenby, High Commissioner for Egypt, concerning the policy of government co-operation with missions in the Southern Sudan (SAD.28/12/12-14); copy article from the Sudan Government Administrative Regulations concerning the procedure for opening schools in the Sudan (SAD.28/12/15-16); letters between Gwynne, Revd. Bickersteth, Sir J. Currie, J.G. Mathew (Assistant Financial Secretary), G. Schuster (Financial Secretary), B.J. Harper, E. C. Midwinter, R.G. Fraser, J.W. Crowfoot, A.G. Fraser, J. Crowfoot to Gwynne, C.A. Willis and W. Sterry, and other papers concerning a Christian hostel at Gordon College (SAD.28/12/21,23-26,28-29,31-42,44-51,53,55-58,63-65); letter from Gwynne to the Colonel Commanding the 2nd Leicestershire Regiment, Khartoum, concerning the problem of venereal disease in the army (SAD.28/12/59-62); letter from Gwynne to Revd. C.D. Ennis, Assistant Chaplain General to the British Troops in Egypt, concerning the work of the new Chaplain (SAD.28/12/67-68); and rough note by Gwynne on brothels in the Diocese of Egypt and the Sudan (SAD.28/12/69-72)
SAD.28/13/1-119
1925 Jan 2-1928 Nov 30
Official papers relating to Gwynne's role as Bishop of Egypt and the Sudan, mostly correspondence and enclosures, including Rev A. Dallis Ennis to Gwynne, with reply, concerning the management of the Church of England chaplain employed to work with British troops in the Sudan (SAD.28/13/3-6); minutes of meetings held in the Clergy House to consider the subject of the Christian hostel at Gordon College, with related letters from J.G. Matthew to Crowfoot and Gwynne to Currie (SAD.28/13/11,17-19,21-22); letters between Lord Cowdray, Gwynne and F.T. Hopkinson concerning the erection of a tower for Khartoum Cathedral (SAD.28/13/13-16); F.C.C. Balfour to Gwynne and Springfield, with reply, and E.C. Midwinter to Gwynne, concerning the proposal to build a new church at Port Sudan (SAD.28/13/24-27,51-52); MacMichael to Gwynne and More, and Gwynne to Hooper and Bishop Kitching concerning the re-drawing of the Diocesan boundaries (SAD.28/13/43-44,48-49,53-54,62); Gwynne to MacMichael, Lady Maffey and Harper concerning the establishment of Unity High School for Greek, Syrian, Armenian and Coptic girls in Khartoum (SAD.28/13/81-83,86-88); circular letters from E.G. Kitching, giving an account of her tours of various mission stations in Southern Sudan and Uganda with her husband (SAD.28/13/89-93,108-116); Gwynne to Miss A.I. Collard concerning her acceptance of the post of principal of Unity High School (SAD.28/13/107). Enclosures:
SAD.28/13/25
1926 Mar 3
List of possible subscribers to the Port Sudan Church appeal
SAD.28/13/29-45
1926 May 31
Memorandum by H.A. MacMichael, Civil Secretary, on missionary enterprise in the southern Sudan, with covering letter from MacMichael to [R.E. More], Sudan Agent in Cairo
SAD.28/13/72
1927 Jun 15
Note by Gwynne entitled “The present situation of the C.M.S. in the Northern Sudan, and prospects of workers for the coming winter”
SAD.28/14/1-90
1929 Jan 25-Dec 28
Official papers relating to Gwynne's role as Bishop of Egypt and the Sudan, mostlycorrespondence and enclosures, including R. MacInnes (incomplete) to [Gwynne?] regarding the establishment of Unity High School, and an agreement with the Americans on missionary jurisdictions (SAD.28/14/1-4); letters between Gwynne, G.W. Warner, H.T. Dashwood and Rev W. Wilson Cash concerning the redrawing of the Upper Nile Diocesan boundary (SAD.28/14/7,46-49); circular letter from F.G. & H.O. L[?] reporting on work at the mission station in Meridi (SAD.28/14/9-11); J.G. Matthew concerning the management of Unity High School (SAD.28/14/17); letters between J.G. Matthew, Mrs Adams, Mrs Atkinson, J.W.E. Miller, Miss Warburton, Rev E.M. Bickersteth, Lady Maffey, Mrs A. Forster, Rev B.J. Harper, Mrs Shea and Gwynne concerning the appointment of a new mistress for Unity High School (SAD.28/14/25-39); S. Dallas-Smith to Gwynne concerning a report on the Mission to Seamen (SAD.28/14/40); E.C. Gore to Gwynne concerning the opening of a church in Yambio (SAD.28/14/61-62); A.F. Matthew to Gwynne on the possibility of union between Christian churches (SAD.28/14/67-68); R.MacInnes to Gwynne, with reply, concerning the possible establishment of a Mediterranean province (SAD.28/14/72-78). Enclosures:
SAD.28/14/18-24
1929 Apr 4
Minutes a meeting of the Unity High School Committee, with staffing report
SAD.28/14/41-45
1929 Apr
Report by Miss A.I. Collard on the first session of the Unity High School
SAD.28/13/51-58
1929 Jun 25-28
Note by N. Gibraltar concerning the feasibility of a Mediterranean province, comprising Gibraltar, Egypt and Jerusalem (25 Jan 1929), with covering letter from Gibraltar to Gwynne explaining its purpose (28 Jun 1929)
SAD.28/14/85-90
[1929]
Newsletter of the English Mission College in Cairo
SAD.28/15/1-81
1930 Jan 3-Dec 23
Official papers relating to Gwynne's role as Bishop of Egypt and the Sudan, mostly correspondence and enclosures, including Gwynne to R. Owen concerning the treaty negotiations between Britain and Egypt over Sudan (SAD.28/15/37-38); correspondence between H.H. Nash, Gwynne, Lane and E.G. Sarsfield-Hall on a meeting of the Unity High School Finance Committee (SAD.28/15/41,49-50,53,55); Gwynne to Lane on the management of Unity High School (SAD.28/15/42-43);Bishop of Gibraltar to Gwynne on the possible establishment of a Mediterranean Province (SAD.28/15/51-52); Gwynne to Lane concerning his hopes for girls' education in the Sudan (SAD.28/15/54); , letters between Gwynne, Lane and Miss Wilson concerning progress at Unity High School (SAD.28/15/70-72); Gwynne to Rev. A. Toop, Rev. F.F. Johnston and Rev. B.J. Harper, confirming their appointments as Honorary Canons for the Diocese (SAD.28/15/78-80). Enclosures:
SAD.28/15/2-3
[1929-1930]
Printed appeal for funds for the Unity High School for Girls
SAD.28/15/6-7
1930 Jan 23
Note by Gwynne concerning observation of the Sabbath in the Sudan
SAD.28/15/8-10
1930 Jan 26-27
Monthly report by A.F. Matthew on the Abyssinian Church, with covering letter from Matthew to Gwynne
SAD.28/15/13-19
1930 Jan 31-Feb 4
Minutes of the 11th annual meeting of the Sudan Church Council, with covering letter by N.G. Davidson to Gwynne
SAD.28/15/39-40
1930 Apr 8
Minutes of a meeting of the Finance Committee of the Unity High School
SAD.28/15/59
1930 Aug 23
Photograph of 4 of the 5 graves of Englishmen buried at Um Ganiat, Nubia
SAD.28/15/66-69
1930 Oct 17
Progress report on Unity High School, presented on Speech Day
SAD.28/15/73-74
1930 Dec 12
Minutes of the 25th meeting of the Egypt Diocesan Literature Committee (S.P.C.K.)
SAD.28/16/1-101
1931 Jan 4-Dec 31
Official papers relating to Gwynne's role as Bishop of Egypt and the Sudan, mostly correspondence and enclosures, including [MacInnes?] to Gwynne concerning the progress of the building of the Anglican Cathedral in Alexandria (SAD.28/16/15-17); R.S. McClenahan to Gwynne re a visit by Rudyard Kipling to Cairo (SAD.28.16/31); Gwynne to W. Macdiamid and J.A. Gillan concerning the future of the Sudan United Mission in the Nuba Mountains (SAD.28/16/33-34); circular letter from [Kitching?] concerning his visit and impressions of Manchuria following its occupation by Japanese soldiers (SAD.28/16/61-63); Gwynne to Mr Hovaguimian and Mr Melkonian, with reply from Melkonian, seeking funding to assist the education of Armenian girls in Unity High School (SAD.28/16/67-70); A.C. Parker, General Manager of the Sudan Railways, to Gwynne, with reply, on the possible transfer of the wooden church from Port Sudan to Atbara (SAD.28/16/95,97). Enclosures:
SAD.28/16/5-11
1931 Jan 2
Minutes of the Standing Committee of the C.M.S. Northern Sudan Mission
SAD.28/16/23-24
1931 Jan
Newspaper cutting from The Morning Post concerning the Gordon Memorial Fund, with covering letter from G. Bigwood to Gwynne
SAD.28/16/51-52
1931 May 4
Minutes of a special meeting to discuss the appointment of mistresses for Unity High School
SAD.28/16/77-78
1931 Dec 7
Minutes of a meeting of the Sub-Committee of the Egypt Inter-Mission Council on “Missions and Government”
SAD.28/16/79-82
[1931]
Note by Robert P. Wilder entitled “Some achievements towards unity in the Near East area”
SAD.28/16/86-88
1931 Nov 30
English translation from the Athenian newspaper Proia of an interview with the Ecumenical Patriarch of Constantinople, with covering letter from R. Wilder to Gwynne
SAD.28/16/92-93
1931 Dec 18
Minutes of the ninth meeting of the Native Church Council, Cairo
SAD.28/16/99-101
[1931]
Note by [Gwynne?] concerning the relationship between the Sudan Government and Missions in the Sudan and Egypt; and part report on the progress of mission schools in Northern Sudan
SAD.28/17/1-124
1932 Jan 4-Dec 31
Official papers relating to Gwynne's role as Bishop of Egypt and the Sudan, mostly correspondence and enclosures, including H.M. Wilson to Gwynne concerning funding for Armenian girls at the Unity High School (SAD.28/17/22); J. Tanner and D. Thomson to Gwynne concerning the consecration ceremony for the new church at Port Sudan (SAD.28/17/29,31); Gwynne to Rev. W.W. Cash concerning the state of the Unity High School building (SAD.28/17/42); Sarsfield-Hall to Gwynne, with reply, concerning his belief that Unity High School should be closed (SAD.28/17/50,52-53); D. Newbold to Gwynne regarding plans for church services at El Obeid, the introduction of Arabic teaching in the Nuba Mountains and efforts to prevent the spread of Islam (SAD. 28/17/51); L.K. Winter to Cash concerning missionary operations in the Nuba Mountains (SAD.28/17/77); [Gwynne?] to the Editor of the Egyptian Gazette concerning licensed prostitution (SAD.28/17/81-82); circular letter from J.L. Maffey, Governor-General, concerning the measures taken by the Sudan Government during the economic depression (SAD.28/17/84-85); J. Luka to Gwynne concerning the constitution of the Maglis Milli (SAD.28/17/108-110); Gwynne to Sir P. Loraine and A.C. Headlam, Bishop of Gloucester concerning the neglect of the Coptic community by their Patriarch, Amba Yohannis (SAD.28/17/112-113). Enclosures:
SAD.28/17/10
1932 Jan 15
Agenda for the 13th annual general meeting of the Sudan Church Council, Khartoum
SAD.28/17/20-21
1932 Jan 22
Abstract for the C.M.S. Northern Sudan Mission annual conference
SAD.28/17/37
1932 Feb 7
Order of service for the dedication of the Anglican Church at El Obeid
SAD.28/17/59-60
1932 Jun 3
Minutes of a meeting of the Diocesan Board Finance
SAD.28/17/65-72
1932 Nov 9
Minutes of the 24th meeting of the Egyptian Mission Standing Committee, Cairo
SAD.28/17/73-75
1932 Nov 14
Minutes of the 13th meeting of the Egypt Diocesan Literary Committee (S.P.C.K.), Cairo
SAD.28/17/78-79
1932 Nov 29
Printed report of a meeting of the Continuation Committee
SAD.28/17/90-91
6 Dec 1932
Extract of a minute from the meeting of the Chaplains Sustentation Fund Committee, with covering letter from W.C. Atkinson to Gwynne
SAD.28/17/119-124
1932 Dec
English Mission College News Bulletin No 7
SAD.29/1/1-14
1932-1940
Notebook entitled “Church Saloon no. 19: receipts and expenditure and photograph account”
SAD.29/2/1-157
1933 Jan 1-Dec 21
Official papers relating to Gwynne's role as Bishop of Egypt and the Sudan, mostly correspondence and enclosures, including; letter from E.G. SArsfield-Hall to Gwynne, with reply, concerning the control of beggars in Khartoum Province (SAD.29/2/34-35); J. Tanner to Gwynne, with reply, S.T.C. Reeks to Hebbert, Gwynne to Reeks and L.R. Brown to Gwynne, on the design of the east end of Port Sudan Church (SAD.29/2/56-61,64-66); K. [Ailwanis?] to Gwynne with a list of subscribers and payments made for the new church at Giza (SAD.29/2/74a-75); H.D. Hooper to Mr Morrison concerning the possible establishment of C.M.S. schools in Egypt (SAD.29/2/87-91); J. Luka to Gwynne on the question of religious teaching in Egyptian schools (SAD.29/2/103); [Christopher ?] and G. Payne to Gwynne concerning the difficulties of the Cathedral building project in Cairo (SAD.29/2/106-108,110-111,126-127); [Christopher ?] to Gwynne concerning the Christian baptism of an Egyptian Muslim (SAD.29/2/133-134); J.E. Bateman and [Christopher ?] to Gwynne concerning the anti-missionary campaign in the Egyptian press (SAD.29/2/136-137); D. Newbold concerning the Kordofan prayers (SAD.29/2/138-139). Enclosures:
SAD.29/2/21-23
1933 Jan 20
Minutes of the first meeting of the Sudan branch of the Diocesan Literature Committee of the S.P.C.K., Khartoum with copy of the constitution
SAD.29/2/42
1933 Feb 8
Minutes of a meeting of the Special Committee of the Standing Committee of the C.M.S. Northern Sudan Mission
SAD.29/2/50-55
1933 Mar
Note concerning the recommendations of the Port Sudan Church Building Sub-Committee on the design of the east end of Port Sudan Church, with covering letter from L.R. Brown to Gwynne
SAD.29/2/62-63
1933 May 9
Minutes of a meeting of the Church Missionary Society General Committee, London
SAD.29/2/68-74
1933 May 24
Agenda for a meeting of the Church of England Council on Foreign Relations (Committee in reference to the affairs of the lesser Eastern Churches), with attached memorandum by Canon Heazell, and letters from the Bishop of Uganda to the Archbishop of Canterbury, T. Hannay to Canon Douglas and Rev. A.F. Matthew to Hannay
SAD.29/2/77-85
1933 Jun 1
Minutes of the 26th meeting of the Egypt Mission Standing Committee, Cairo
SAD.29/2/101
1933 Jun 9
Minutes of the 18th meeting of the Native Church Council, Cairo
SAD.29/2/107-108
1933 Jun 2-16
Letter from A. Gilbert-Scott to the Cathedral Building Committee concerning the building plans for the cathedral in Cairo, with covering letter from [Christopher?] to Gwynne
SAD.29/2/122-124
1933 Jun 23
Report by Gindi Ibrahim on work amongst the blind, 1932/33
SAD.29/2/157
[1933]
Printed copy of farewell speech to Sir John Maffey, Governor-General
SAD.29/3/1-130
1934 Jan 2-Dec 29
Official papers relating to Gwynne's role as Bishop of Egypt and the Sudan, mostly correspondence and enclosures, including [?] to Gwynne (section missing) concerning the success of the ecumenical services in Cairo and criticisms of a “Sudan Native Church” (SAD.29/3/5); J. Tanner to Gwynne concerning the design of the east end of Port Sudan Church (SAD.29/3/6); printed extract from a circular letter from Dr. E. Whidborne concerning the mission in the Nuba Mountains (SAD.29/3/7-9); Gwynne to Dr R.S. McClenahan concerning Muslim converts to Christianity (SAD.29/3/19); C.L. Armstrong to Gwynne concerning the problem of beggars in Khartoum Province (SAD.29/3/31); [Archdeacon Johnston] to Gwynne concerning his visit to Luxor (SAD.29/3/39-40); Gwynne to Sir Stewart Symes, Governor-General, on observance of the Sabbath in the Sudan (SAD.29/3/47-49); H.B. Emley, General Manager of the Sudan Railways, concerning the building of a new church at Atbara (SAD.29/3/58); A. Gilbert-Scott and E.C. Chandler to Gwynne concerning the building of Cairo Cathedral (SAD.29/3/69,86); translation of a letter received from the State Domains Administration to S.A. Morrison, concerning the conditions of purchase for the site of a new church in Cairo, with covering letter from Morrison to Gwynne (SAD.29/3/78-79); B.J. Harper to Gwynne concerning a report on the S.P.C.K. bookshop in Khartoum and the possible establishment of Sunday Schools (SAD.29/3/96-100). Enclosures:
SAD.29/3/3-4
1934 Jan 2
Report of an emergency meeting of the C.M.S. Egypt Mission Standing Committee concerning the Menouf Medical Mission
SAD.29/3/23-24
1934 Jan
Agenda for a meeting of the Cathedral Congregation
SAD.29/3/44
1934 Mar 3
Note of resolutions passed at a meeting of the Finance Committee of Unity High School
SAD.29/3/71-73
1934 Jul 5
Manuscript report with biographical information concerning the murder of Nimr Boutros's brother at Busra, with covering letter from L. Dolman to Gwynne
SAD.29/3/75-77
1934 Oct 12
Notes of a meeting at he National Club to discuss the question of a Province for East Africa
SAD.29/3/85
1934 Nov 12
Minutes of a meeting of the Guild
SAD.29/3/87-95
1934 Dec 3
Report by A.F. Matthew on the ceremonies of the Abyssinian Church on Good Friday and Easter Monday, with covering letter
SAD.29/3/112-128
1934 Dec 29
Agenda for the meetings of the C.M.S. Conference and Standing Committee, and abridged report by the Rev. C.F.L. Bertam on his visit to the Nuba Mountains, with covering letter from M.H. Wright to Gwynne
SAD.29/4/1-114
1935 Jan 3-Dec 14
Official papers relating to Gwynne's role as Bishop of Egypt and the Sudan, mostly correspondence and enclosures, including Bishop Kitching to Gwynne concerning the Diocesan boundaries, with reply (SAD.29/4/7,32); E.G. Sarsfield-Hall to Sir Stewart Symes, Governor-General, concerning arrangements to celebrate the 50th anniversary of General Gordon's death (SAD.29/4/8-9); Gwynne to Bickersteth regarding the shortage of clergy in Khartoum Province (SAD.29/4/13-14); letters between Gwynne ,[G.A.W.] and [Archdeacon Johnston] concerning the building of Cairo Cathedral (SAD.29/4/36,39,44-46);letter from B.W. Gordon, Air Chief Marshal to various officials, concerning the duties of the Senior Chaplain appointed to the Middle East Division (SAD.29/4/111-112); circular letter from Gwynne to C.M.S. missionaries in the Southern Sudan, concerning the amalgamation of part of the Diocese of the Upper Nile with the Diocese of Egypt and the Sudan (SAD.29/4/113-114). Enclosures:
SAD.29/4/1-2
1935 Jan 2
Inscription for the consecration of Cairo Cathedral, with covering letter by A.W. White to Gwynne
SAD.29/4/3-5
1935 Jan 3
Memorandum by A.J. Matthew concerning the Italo-Ethiopian dispute, with covering letter from Matthew to Gwynne
SAD.29/4/30-31
1935 Jan 16
Statement of accounts for All Saints' Cathedral, Khartoum, with covering letter from A.E. Cottam to Gwynne
SAD.29/4/34-35
[1935] Jan
Note of arrangements for a visit of the Moderator of the Church of Scotland to the Sudan
SAD.29/4/49-56
1935 Feb 5
Petition from Nimr Boutros to the High Commissioner concerning the murder of his brother at Busra, with covering letter from Boutros to Gwynne
SAD.29/4/75
1935 May
Report by L.F. Nalder, Governor of Mongalla, of a meeting to consider the proposal to erect an Anglican Cathedral for the Southern Sudan
SAD.29/4/102-106
[1935]
Note on the lawfulness of selection of Bishops from among the widowermonks of the Coptic church; extract from the minutes of the General Assembly for the Coptic Community in the Sudan; and translation of extracts from the magazine El Marat on the history of Anba Tewfilis, Bishop of Jerusalem
SAD.29/4/108-110
1935 Nov
Report by P.H. Sitters concerning the work of the Y.M.C.A. in Yugoslavia
SAD.29/5/1-66
1936 Jan 1-Dec 30
Official papers relating to Gwynne's role as Bishop of Egypt and the Sudan, mostly correspondence and enclosures, including M.W. Parr, Governor Upper Nile Province, to E.C. Tunnicliffe, D.C. Malakal, and to Dr Trudinger and Mr Heasty, concerning the new Christian cemetery at Malakal (SAD.29/5/8-9); Gwynne to Miss de Payer concerning the prospects for Unity High School (SAD.29/5/11); M. Parr to Gwynne concerning his reservations over the building of a cathedral at Juba, and attending to the Christian community in Malakal, with reply (SAD.29/5/17-18,21); Parr to Gwynne on the Italian occupation of Abyssinia (SAD.29/5/23); C.F.L. Bertram to H.B. Emley, General Manager of the Sudan Railways, C.J.H. Hunter to Bertram, and A.J. Harper and Bertram to Gwynne regarding the new C.M.S. school at Atbara (SAD.29/5/29-31,40-42); circular letter from G. & A. Riley, C.M.S. Meridi, concerning Bishop Bullen's appointment as assistant to Gwynne, accounts of missionary work at Yambio and Lui, the mission school at Meridi, and a description of a visit to Nairobi (SAD.29/5/34). Enclosures:
SAD.29/5/1-4
1935 Dec
Memorandum by the Honorary General Secretary of the Church of England Council on Foreign Affairs on Bishop John Torok
SAD.29/5/26-28
1936 Oct 17
Memorandum of a meeting in the office of the Acting General Manager, Sudan Railways, concerning the C.M.S. school at Atbara
SAD.29/5/44-47
1936 Dec 5
Correspondence from Gwynne to R.K. Winter, Secretary for Education & Health, W. Sterry to Gwynne, Winter to Canon B.J. Harper, telegram from Fraser, with covering letter from Winter to Gwynne, concerning the inscription for the Fraser Memorial
SAD.29/5/50-51
1936 Dec 11
Suggested inscription for the Fraser Memorial, with covering letter from Gwynne to B.A.N. Hughes
SAD.29/6/1-200
1936
Notebook of jottings by Gwynne relating to his role as Bishop of Egypt and the Sudan
SAD.29/7/1-159
1937 Jan 2-Dec 30
Official papers relating to Gwynne's role as Bishop of Egypt and the Sudan, mostly correspondence and enclosures, including Gwynne to William Pasha Makram to concerning the appointment of a Coptic Bishop (SAD.29/7/7-8); J.K. Leslie to Gwynne concerning the teaching of the Koran in the Coptic Girls' College at Abbasia, Cairo (SAD.29/7/14); Gwynne to Hooper regarding a dispute between the secretary of the C.M.S. and the Sudan Government (SAD.29/7/25); Gwynne to Cash and E.M.C. de Payer, with reply from de Payer, on the possible purchase of the Unity High School's land from the C.M.S. (SAD.29/7/44-45,60,62,65,69-70,101); C. de Payer to Gwynne regarding the unpopularity of Unity High School (SAD.29/7/56-59); Gwynne to E. Springfield concerning the building of the east end of Port Sudan Church (SAD.29/7/103-104); circular letter from Hooper at Kako, Uganda, concerning the success of Christian missions in Uganda and the difficulties of combining pastoral and educational work (SAD.29/7/116-117); Gwynne to the Bishop of the Armenian Church in Egypt concerning the state of the Armenian Church in Egypt (SAD.29/7/146-147). Enclosures:
SAD.29/7/16
[1937]
Printed note on the Chaplains' Sustentation Fund
SAD.29/7/17-22
1937 Jan 14
Minutes of the 39th meeting of the Chaplains' Sustentation Fund Committee
SAD.29/7/34-36
1937 Feb 19
Note by Gwynne on the Near Eastern Christian Council and its relations with Eastern Churches, with covering letter from Gwynne to Archdeacon Johnston
SAD.29/7/41-43
1937 Feb 27
Note by Gwynne entitled “Notes on Martin Parr's memorandum on the relation between native Christian marriages & native tribal and customary law”, with covering letter from Gwynne to Bullan
SAD.29/7/54-55
1937 Apr 5
Minutes of a meeting of the Cathedral Building Committee
SAD.29/7/77-80
1937 Jun 11
Agenda and minutes of a meeting to discuss the building of a Christian school for boys at Wad Medani, with covering letter from Rev C.E.C. Stileman to Gwynne
SAD.29/7/122-124
1937 Dec 1
Minutes of a meeting of the Missions and Government Committee of the Egypt Inter-Mission Council
SAD.29/7/136-137
1937 Dec 21
Minutes of a meeting of the Technical Sub-Committee of the Cathedral Building Committee
SAD.29/7/154-158
[1937]
Bulletin of the Committee on Relationships with Eastern Churches
SAD.29/8/1-134
1938 Jan-Feb 28
Official papers relating to Gwynne's role as Bishop of Egypt and the Sudan, mostly correspondence and enclosures, including Archdeacon Johnston to Gwynne, with reply, concerning the administration of the new Cairo Cathedral, and plans for the consecration ceremony (SAD.29/8/27-28,34-35); correspondence between Gwynne and others concerning the consecration of All Saints Cathedral in Cairo, including W. Temple, the Archbishop of York, Archdeacon F.F. Johnston, W.C.G. Lang, the Archbishop of Canterbury, Dean F.W. Dwelly, H. Biggs, A. Gilbert-Scott, G. Francis, Bishop of Jerusalem, Canon Harper (SAD.29/8/29,38-39,46-47,49-50,55-57,66,70-74,77-79,87-91,94,102,105-107,110-111,121-122); and A.C. Headlam, Bishop of Gloucester, to Gwynne, concerning the appointment of a new Coptic Bishop in the Sudan (SAD.29/8/53). Enclosure:
SAD.29/8/3
[1938]
Printed leaflet for the laying of the foundation stone of the English school at Heliopolis
SAD.29/8/14
1938 Jan 5
Note of resolutions passed at the Coptic General Meeting in Khartoum
SAD.29/8/22-23
1938 Jan 10
Petition from the Coptic Community to [C.L. Armstrong], Governor of Khartoum Province, protesting against the possible appointment of Komos Dimadios as Coptic Bishop in the Sudan
SAD.29/8/60-65
1938 Jan 28
Draft consecration programmes by Archdeacon Johnston for the Bishop of Ripon and Archbishop of York, with covering letter from Johnston to Bishop Gwynne
SAD.29/8/69
1937
Extracts from the minutes of El Obeid Church congregation meeting
SAD.29/8/98
1938
Revised programme for the Archbishop of York's visit to Cairo
SAD.29/8/103-104
1938
Note entitled “Service of Consecration” concerning plans for the consecration ceremony of Cairo Cathedral
SAD.29/8/125-134
1938 Feb 28
Scheme for the administration and maintenance of Cairo Cathedral
SAD.30/1/1-115
1938 Mar-Dec
Official papers relating to Gwynne's role as Bishop of Egypt and the Sudan, mostly correspondence and enclosures, including letters between Gwynne, A. Gilbert-Scott, Archdeacon F.F. Johnston, W. Temple, the Bishop in Jerusalem, Rev. G. Lloyd, Canon Harper and Rev. J.F. Anderson concerning the consecration of All Saints' Cathedral in Cairo, (SAD.30/1/5-10,18-20,22,24); correspondence between E.G. Coryton, Gwynne, C.A. Willis and G.N.I. Morrison concerning the building of a church at Malakal (SAD.30/1/70,72-75,81,84-85,87-94); Johnston to Gwynne concerning the Christmas service at All Saints Cathedral in Cairo (SAD.30/1/106). Enclosures:
SAD.30/1/35-67
1938
Draft form and order foer the consecration of the Anglican Cathedral Church of All Saints in Cairo
SAD.30/1/68-69
1938 May 10
Memorandum by E.G. Coryton on the propsed constuction of a building for religious purposes at Malakal to be shared by the Protestants and the Copts
SAD.30/1/83,86
1938 Jul 30
Appeal to members of the religious groups in Malakal for funds to contruct a church
SAD.30/1/110
[1938]
Obituary for Rev Kenneth Fraser
SAD.30/1/111-115
1938
Minutes of a meeting of literature workers in Arabic to discuss “Questions on Literature for the International Missionary Council at Madras, India, 1938”
SAD.30/2/1-115
1939 Jan 2-Dec 20
Official papers relating to Gwynne's role as Bishop of Egypt and the Sudan, mostly correspondence and enclosures, including Gwynne to E.J. Luka concerning the lack of leadership for the Coptic Church (SAD.30/2/7); Lord Cromer to Gwynne, with reply, concerning a memorial plaque for his father in All Saints Cathedral, Cairo (SAD.30/2/14-16,36); Gwynne to J.A. GIllan, Civil Secretary, concerning the threat posed to the Coptic community from the building of an Egyptian school in Khartoum (SAD.30/2/69); and note concerning the method of reducing the expenditure of medical missionaries in Omdurman (SAD.30/2/94). Enclosures:
SAD.30/2/3-5
1939
S.P.C.K. production programme for 1939
SAD.30/2/43-45
1925-1926
Note of the wishes of Annie Gelsthorpe for the disposal of her goods after her death
SAD.30/2/70-79
[1939]
Essays by Arlette Patterson and Elizabeth Abboud on “Jesus Christ as teacher: his method and his message”
SAD.30/2/94-95
1939 Dec 20
Note on reductions to the Omdurman Medical Mission budget
SAD.30/2/96
[1939]
Agenda for the 44th meeting of the Egypt Diocesan S.P.C.K. committee
SAD.30/2/105-106
1939
Appeal for funds for the United Church of Malakal
SAD.30/2/112-115
[1939]
“Historical notes on Khartoum”, author unknown
SAD.30/3/1-24
[1940s]
Book of memorial inscriptions from Khartoum Cathedral, mostly former soldiers or officials of the Sudan Government
SAD.30/4/1-98
1940 Jan 1-Dec 30
Official papers relating to Gwynne's role as Bishop of Egypt and the Sudan, mostly correspondence and enclosures, including E.G. Coryton to Gwynne on the dedication ceremony for the \united Church of Malakal (SAD.30/4/25); printed appeal letter from Gwynne for funding for further development of Unity High School (SAD.30/4/33); C. de Payer to Gwynne on progress at Unity High School (SAD.30/4/39-40,69-72), with reply (SAD.30/4/77-78); M.W. Parr to Gwynne and A.M. Gelsthorpe, and Gwynne to D.H.C. Bartlett, concerning the conflicting claims of the B.C.M.S. and Catholic missions at Kapoeta and Parr's insistence on keeping the Catholic and Protestant spheres separate (SAD.30/4/50,54,59-64). Enclosures:
SAD.30/4/1-9
1940
Draft note by [Bishop Gelsthorpe] on the possible return of Archdeacon Shaw to work in the Sudan
SAD.30/4/11-14
[1940]
Estimated costs, possibly for the building of a church
SAD.30/4/15-16
[1940]
Note entitled “A plan for the reformation of the Coptic Church”
SAD.30/4/17-18
[1940]
Note on “Suggested outlines of addresses on the fundamentals of the Christian faith”
SAD.30/4/19
[1940]
Note on the trial of Shafiq Boulis
SAD.30/4/26,30
1940 Mar 8-10
Report on the financial position, and minutes of a meeting of the Christian communities of Malakal, concerning the building of the United Church of Malakal
SAD.30/4/34-36
1940
Scheme of constitution for St Mark's Church, Alexandria and All Saints' Church, Ramleh
SAD.30/4/52-53
1940 Jul 29
Photograph of a public seat at Port Sudan in memory of D.S.B. Thomson, with covering letter from Gwynne to E.O. Springfield
SAD.30/5/1-117
1941 Jan 1-Feb 26
Official papers relating to Gwynne's role as Bishop of Egypt and the Sudan, mostly correspondence and enclosures, including Gwynne to Rev. R. Woods concerning ministering to the soldiers in the western desert (SAD.30/5/22-23); Gelsthorpe to Handley re the ordination of the first Sudanese Deacons and the success of the C.M.S. conference (SAD.30/5/55-59); A. Neilans to Gwynne concerning the problem of venereal disease amongst the troops in Egypt (SAD.30/5/63). Enclosures:
SAD.30/5/4-6
[1941]
Note on a new evangelical campaign in the Sudan on the cessation of hostilities
SAD.30/5/7-9
[1941]
Draft constitution for Unity High School
SAD.30/5/47-50
1941 Jan 16-18
Press cuttings from The Egyptian Gazette concerning the memorial service for General Lord Baden Powell at All Saints Cathedral Cairo, and the funeral of Rev. E. Hudgell, with covering letter from Archdeacon Johnston to Gwynne
SAD.30/5/76-77
1941 Feb 1
|Notice and agenda for a meeting of the Zetland Masonic Lodge at Alexandria
SAD.30/5/83-89
1941 Feb 6
Minutes of the 53rd meeting of the Standing Committee of the Egypt Mission
SAD.30/5/90-94
1941 Feb 10
Proposed constitution for St Mark's Church, Alexandria and All Saints' Church, Ramleh, with covering letter from J.F. Anderson to Gwynne
SAD.30/5/102-106
1941 Feb 14
Minutes of the 46th meeting of the Native Church Council
SAD.30/6/1-136
1941 Mar 1-Apr 30
Official papers relating to Gwynne's role as Bishop of Egypt and the Sudan, mostly correspondence and enclosures, including Johnston to Gwynne concerning the National Day of Prayer services in All Saints Cathedral Cairo (SAD.30/6/58); Gwynne to [John?] concerning missionary wartime work and progress in the diocese (SAD.30/6/59-64); Gwynne to Rev. D. Symond concerning the lack of chaplains for the British troops in Eritrea (SAD.30/6/89-90); D. Newbold to Gwynne concerning salvage work at Gedaref where the District Commissioner W. McDowall found the body of an English soldier (SAD.30/6/110). Enclosures:
SAD.30/6/11-14
1941 Mar 14
Draft constitution for school council of the English School in Cairo
SAD.30/6/16-48
1941 Mar
Note on “St Mary's Wakf and the English Mission College Charity”, with covering letter from W.R. Fanner to Gwynne
SAD.30/7/1-113
1941 May 3-Dec 30
Official papers relating to Gwynne's role as Bishop of Egypt and the Sudan, mostly correspondence and enclosures, including Gwynne to Miss Neilans concerning the closure of brothels in Egypt and the Sudan (SAD.30/7/1-2). Enclosures:
SAD.30/7/47-52
1941 Jun 23
Minutes of the 50th meeting of the Diocesan Literature Committee (S.P.C.K.)
SAD.30/7/53-56
1941 Jun 26
Minutes of the 47th meeting of the Native Church Council
SAD.30/7/112-113
1941
Diocesan Missionary Association accounts for 1941
SAD.30/8/1-177
1942 Jan 3-Dec 31
Official papers relating to Gwynne's role as Bishop of Egypt and the Sudan, mostly correspondence and enclosures, including Gwynne to Temple, Archbishop of York, concerning the popularity of All Saints Cathedral Cairo, and the catholicity of the chaplains from the South African Church (SAD.30/8/16-19); Gwynne to Luka on the state of the Coptic Church in the Sudan (SAD.30/8/21); Gwynne to J.S. Blake Reed and B. Cornish concerning the organisation of the churches in Alexandria (SAD.30/8/81-82); P.O. Gibson to A.M. Gelsthorpe concerning guidelines for adult baptism and baptism of polygamists (SAD.30/8/86-87); Gwynne to Sir Robert Greg rejecting the possibility of educating poor British children at the English School in Cairo (SAD.30/8/93); Gwynne to D. Newbold concerning the refusal of the Sudan Government to outlaw brothels and cabarets (SAD.30/8/103-104); Gwynne to Gelsthorpe concerning the administration of the Abysinnian Church, and the cabarets in Khartoum (SAD.30/8/112); Gelsthorpe to Gwynne, with reply, concerning Gelsthorpe's possible resignation over a disagreement with Gwynne (SAD.30/8/115-121,123-124); C.F. Bertam to Gwynne concerning the need for greater unity between the North and South Sudan missions (SAD.30/8/127-129); Rev. A.W. Adeney to Gwynne and W.T. Bond, Hon Secretary of the the Church Committee of the Church of the Epiphany, Port Said to the Flag Officer in Port Tewfik, concerning the possible opening of a brothel in Port Said (SAD.30/8/157-158,167). Enclosures:
SAD.30/8/137
[1942]
Rough note by A.M. Gelsthorpe on missionary work in the Nuba Mountains
SAD.30/8/141-142
1942 Dec 8
Minutes of the 51st meeting of the Native Church Council, Cairo
SAD.30/8/144-153
[1942]
Notes on Christian festivals by a District Commissoner in the Southern Sudan, with covering letter from Gelsthorpe to Johnston
SAD.30/8/154-155
1942 Dec 10
Minutes of the 83rd meeting of the Parochial Church Council, All Saints' Cathedral, Cairo
SAD.30/8/162-163
1942 Dec 16
Minutes of an emergency meeting of the Standing Committee of the C.M.S. Egypt Mission
(e) Bishop of Egypt and the Sudan/Bishop in Egypt/Retirement
SAD.30/9/1-201
1943 Jan 2-1946 Dec
Official papers relating to Gwynne's role as Bishop of Egypt and the Sudan and Bishop in Egypt, mostly correspondence and enclosures, including Gwynne to W.T. Bond and Adeney, on opposition towards the opening of a brothel in Port Said (SAD.30/9/4-5); Gwynne to W. Makram Edeid Pasha concerning the Patriarchate of the Coptic Church, and the relationship between Muslims and the Copts in Egypt (SAD.30/9/6-7); committee of the Egypt Inter-Mission Council to the Minister of Education in Cairo concerning complaints made against Muslim children in religious schools in Egypt (SAD.30/9/23-25); Gwynne to G.E.R. Sandars, Sudan Agency, criticising Egyptian censorship (SAD.30/9/59); Gelsthorpe to Newbold concerning C.M.S. and Roman Catholics missionaries at Kapoeta (SAD.30/9/78-82); Newbold to Gelsthorpe concerning the Balokoli movement in Uganda (SAD.30/9/84-87); [Gelsthorpe?] to C.H.L. Skeet, Governor of Equatoria, concerning mission responsibilities in the Opari District (SAD.30/9/94); P.O. Gibson to Gwynne concerning future arrangements for the Diocese of Southern Sudan (SAD.30/9/95); Gwynne to R.V.H. Roseveare, Director of Education, concerning the Unity High School constitution (SAD.30/9/96); letters from R.F. Shields, Secretary of the Inter-Mission Council of the Sudan, to the Governor of Khartoum Province, E.H. Mackintosh, and Gwynne to Newbold, concerning the appeal to erect a United Church in Omdurman (SAD.30/9/145-147); T.S.R. Boase to Gwynne concerning the finances of Unity High School (SAD.30/9/182); F.D. Kingdon to Gelsthorpe concerning S.P.C.K. activities at Malakal (SAD.30/9/183-184); Gelsthorpe to C.A.G. Wallis, Assistant Civil Secretary, concerning the Sudan Medical Service in Upper Nile Province (SAD.30/9/185); L.R. Brown to Johnston concerning disturbances in Cairo and the attack on All Saints' Cathedral (SAD.30/9/194); blank declaration and oath of Canonical Obedience form (SAD.30/9/197). Enclosures:
SAD.30/9/45-49
1943 Feb 4
Minutes of the 60th meeting of the Standing Committee of the C.M.S. Egypt Mission, Cairo
SAD.30/9/113
[1944]
Note by Gelsthorpe on the dedication of the Church of the Holy Redeemer at Akot
SAD.30/9/130-134
1944 Feb 11
Minutes of the 25th annual meeting of the Sudan Church Council, Khartoum
SAD.30/9/142-143
[1944]
[Speech] by Gwynne to members of the Governor-General's Council protesting against the Government's policy towards missionary education in the Nuba Mountains
SAD.30/9/148-149
1944 May 2
Note by Gwynne on the proposed United Church, Omdurman, with covering letter by Gwynne to E.H. Mackintosh, Governor of Khartoum Province
SAD.30/9/167-169
[1945]
Memorandum to Bishop Gelsthrope on the division of the Diocese of Egypt and the Sudan and note entitled “The proposed division of the Diocese of Egypt and the Sudan”
SAD.30/9/186-192
1946 Feb 18
Draft chapter by J.A. Gillan for a book on the Sudan United Mission concerning the Sudan Government's attitude towards missionaries, with covering letter from Gillan to Gwynne
SAD.30/9/196
1946 Dec
Note on the activities of Malakal United Church
SAD.419/6/2-96
1945 Oct 31-1952 Feb 6
Official papers relating to Gwynne's role as Bishop in Egypt and following his retirement, mostly correspondence and enclosures, including letters chiefly between Bishop Gelsthorpe and J.D. Player, and Gwynne and Gelsthorpe, concerning Bishop Gwynne's autobiography (SAD.419/6/3,4,7,16,41,56,61-62,84-86); Gelsthorpe and C. Trizis concerning a memorial for Gwynne (SAD.419/6/8,15); W. W. Cash, Bishop of Worcester, to J.W. Robertson, Civil Secretary, Cash to Gelsthorpe, with reply, and Archdeacon Johnston to Gelsthorpe, concerning Gwynne's retirement and pension (SAD.419/6/18-19,40,47,49,52,55,57); Gwynne to Gelsthorpe on future independence for the Sudan (SAD.419/6/64-65); Gwynne to Gelsthorpe on the appointment of G. Allen as Bishop in Egypt, and the removal of Sir Hubert Huddleston as Governor-General of the Sudan (SAD.419/6/66-68); Supreme Patriarch-Catholicos of all Armenians to Gwynne, with reply, concerning Gwynne's work in the Sudan and Egypt (SAD.419/6/78-82). Enclosures:
SAD.419/6/9-12
1946 Mar
Flyers for a proposed biography of Bishop Gwynne
SAD.419/6/21-36
1946
Lists of contributions to Bishop Gwynne's 80th birthday present
SAD.420/4/1-102
1946 Jul 22-1948 Sep 15
Official papers relating to Gwynne's role as Bishop in Egypt and following his retirement, mostly correspondence and enclosures, including letters to Gwynne from various correspondents (many with replies from Gwynne), most notably G. Cartman, D.C. Butcher, the Egypt and Sudan Diocesan Association, and the S.P.C.K., concerning Gwynne's resignation (SAD.420/4/17,21,27,30-32,36-37,39-44,47,49-50,56-57,64,70); Archdeacon Johnston to Gwynne concerning the future of the Cairo Bishopric and Johnston's nomination to succeed Gwynne (SAD.420/4/28-29); Gwynne to Rt Hon E. Bevin concerning his thoughts on the future government of the Sudan ((AD.420/4/53-54). Enclosures:
SAD.420/4/1-3
[ca. 1946]
Note entitled “A statement concerning the political situation in Egypt, up to date”
SAD.420/4/4-15
[ca. 1946]
List of names and addresses of correspondents who sent messages of sympathy following the attack on All Saints Cathedral
SAD.420/4/16
1908 Oct 12
Cutting from a Nottingham newspaper, possibly The Nottingham Evening Post, on the consecration of Bishop Gwynne as Bishop in Khartoum in Southwark Cathedral
SAD.420/4/23-26
1946 Oct 3
Minutes of the 61st meeting of the Egypt Diocesan Literature Committee (S.P.C.K.), Cairo
SAD.420/4/82-89
1947 Jul 27-31
Press releases from the Moral Rearmament News Service
2. Personal Papers
SAD.31/1/1-34
1886-1953
Personal papers of Gwynne, chiefly his stipendiary papers, licences and certificates and last will and testament
SAD.31/2/1-70
1899 Feb 18-1907 Aug 15
Personal correspondence of Gwynne, including [?] to [Gwynne?] with information on the climate, geography and people of Sobat and surrounding neighbourhood (SAD.31/2/5); G.F.P. Blyth, Bishop of Jerusalem, confirming Gwynne's appointment as Archdeacon of the Sudan, with a description of his duties (SAD.31/2/16-17); David Rees of Reuter's Telegram Co Ltd concerning Gwynne's agreement to act as Reuter's correspondenct at Khartoum (SAD.31/2/18); Archdeacon Shaw re his decision to return to Khartoum to help with CMS work (SAD.31/2/46); E. Hall to Gwynne concerning staffing for the schools at Atbara and Omdurman (SAD.31/2/50-51); and A.R. Cook making recommendations for the establishment of a mission among the Dinka (SAD.31/2/55-57)
SAD.31/3/1-61
1908 Oct 5-1919 Sep 20
Personal papers of Gwynne, mainly correspondence and enclosures including R. MacInnes on the work of the C.M.S. in Egypt (SAD.31/3/14-23); A. Shaw on the need to prioritise the conversion of the “pagans” of Southern Sudan over the Muslims of the North (SAD.31/3/36-37). Enclosure:
SAD.31/3/48
1915 Aug 25
“The unknown sea”, a child's poem to her father in France, copied from The Times
SAD.31/4/1-82
1920 Feb 28-1930 Dec 30
Personal papers of Gwynne, mostly correspondence and enclosures including W. Willcocks to Gwynne concerning the lack of funding for Church education in Egypt (SAD.31/4/10-11); F.F. Johnston to Gwynne concerning the suitability of Gwynne's preferred candidate for the new Coptic Patriarchate (SAD.31/4/49-50); Gwynne to M. Warburton and A.L. Collard concerning the progress of Unity High School (SAD.31/4/55,64); H.C. Jackson to Gwynne, with reply, concerning declining church attendance amongst the British in comparison to other nationalities (SAD.31/4/62,65); Gwynne to P. Drummond Hay regarding the behaviour of his father (SAD.31/4/73). Enclosure:
SAD.31/4/17
1923 Nov 14
Agenda for a meeting of the United Service Lodge of Alexandria, with list of officers
SAD.27/14/1-26
[1920s]
Personal notebook containing miscellaneous jottings on a conference, Sudan Government policy towards the missions, marriage, Anglican communion; supply of clergy, Islam, etc.
SAD.31/5/1-90
1931 Jan 2-1932 Dec 21
Personal papers of Gwynne, mostly correspondence and enclosures, including N.G. Davidson on the construction of a tower for Khartoum Cathedral, and a plan to provide funding for church-building and education in the Sudan (SAD.31/5/12-13); J. Thomson and S. Kurkdjian to Gwynne on his appointment to the position of Deputy District Grand Master of Egypt and the Sudan (SAD.31/5/55-56). Enclosures:
SAD.31/5/5
1931 Jan 9
Prayer of dedication for the new dispensary at Abu Raouf
SAD.31/5/48-49
1931 Dec 20
Agenda for a meeting of the Mahfal El Ittihad Union Lodge, Khartoum
SAD.31/5/63-67
1932 May 21
List of names for the general committee of the Bishop MacInnes memorial appeal, with covering letter from J.G. Matthew to Gwynne
SAD.31/5/73-74
1932 Nov 20
Agenda for a meeting of the Grecia Lodge of Cairo, with list of officers
SAD.31/6/1-59
1933 Jan 2-Dec 17
Personal papers of Gwynne, mostly correspondence and enclosures including J.D. Atkinson to Gwynne, Bro Pappadam to J.E. Woolf and Woolf to Gwynne concerning the formation of a Greek Grand Lodge in Khartoum (SAD.31/6/21-22,38-39); and H.M. Wilson describing the progress of Unity High School (SAD.31/6/27). Enclosure:
SAD.31/6/46-47
[ca. 1933]
Printed leaflet announcing the transfer of the business the Victoria Stationery and Book Stores to the Sudan Bookshop
SAD.31/7/1-120
1934 Jan 4-Dec 29
Personal papers of Gwynne, mostly correspondence and enclosures including P. Colville Smith to J.D. Atkinson, and Atkinson to Gwynne and the Grand Secretary of the United Grand Lodge of England to Atkinson, concerning Gwynne's installation as District Grand Master (SAD.31/7/35,39-41). Enclosures:
SAD.31/7/2-3,37-38
1934 Jan 19-Feb 20
Agendas for meetings of the Sir Reginald Wingate Lodge, Khartoum, with list of officers and past Masters
SAD.31/7/12-28
1934 Feb
Printed catalogue from the Sudan Bookshop, with covering letter from the Manager
SAD.31/7/29-30
1934 Feb 1
Agenda for a meeting of the Red Sea Lodge, Port Sudan with list of past Masters and officers
SAD.31/7/49-50
1934 Nov 23
Agenda for a meeting of the Mahfal El Ittihad Union Lodge, Khartoum, with list of officers
SAD.31/8/1-95
1935 Jan 2-1936 Dec 24
Personal papers of Gwynne, mostly private correspondence concerning diocesan and missionary matters and his role as District Grand Master, and the following enclosures:
SAD.31/8/1516
1935 Jan 21
Agenda for a meeting of the Sir Reginald Wingate Lodge, Khartoum, with list of officers and past Masters
SAD.31/8/30-31
1935 Feb 4
Agenda for a meeting of the Red Sea Lodge, Port Sudan with list of past Master and officers
SAD.32/1/1-98
1937 Jan 14-1937 Aug 31
Personal papers of Gwynne, mostly private correspondence concerning diocesan and missionary matters and his role as District Grand Master, and enclosures (chiefly receipts for goods purchased), including W.B. Smith to Bro. Papadam, on the formation of a Greek Grand Lodge in Khartoum (SAD.32/1/3); E.C. Chandler and C.R. Williams to Gwynne, concerning the erection of a church at Atbara (SAD.32/1/27,84); letter from W. Temple, Archbishop of York, to Gwynne concerning his attendance at the consecration of Cairo Cathedral (SAD.32/1/52); and Gwynne to Shukry Bey concerning the Anglo-Egyptian Treaty (SAD.32/1/90). Enclosures:
SAD.32/1/7-8
1937 Feb 1
Invitation to the Bishop's fancy-dress party for children to mark the coronation of George VI
SAD.32/1/54-55
1937 Aug
Printed leaflet for members of the Sudan British Union
SAD.32/2/1-94
1937 Sep 1-Dec 29
Personal papers of Gwynne, mostly private correspondence concerning diocesan and missionary matters and his role as District Grand Master, and, in addition to receipts and invoices, the following enclosure:
SAD.32/2/1-2
1937 Sep
Conditions and rules of membership of the English Subscription Library, Khartoum
SAD.32/3/1-160
1938 Jan 1-Dec 31
Personal papers of Gwynne, mostly private correspondence concerning diocesan and missionary matters and his role as District Grand Master and enclosures, including Gwynne to R. Batty, with reply, concerning arrangements for the consecration of All Saints Cathedral in Cairo (SAD.32/3/20-21,39-40); Gwynne to the Bishop of Newcastle, Australia concerning a charge of heresy brought by the Sudan United Mission against Church of England missionaries working for the S.U.M. in the Nuba Mountains (SAD.32/3/60-61). Enclosure:
SAD.32/3/129
[ca. 1938]
List of the books wanted for the Young Copts Society's Library
SAD.32/4/1-144
1939 Jan 6-Dec 31 & n.d.
Personal papers of Gwynne, mostly private correspondence concerning diocesan and missionary matters and his role as District Grand Master and the following enclosure:
SAD.32/4/116
[ca. 1938]
Note on the 16th annual conference of the Fellowship of Unity, Egypt
SAD.32/5/1-107
1940 Jan 16-1945 Nov 26
Personal papers of Gwynne, mostly private correspondence concerning diocesan and missionary matters and congratulations on his 80th birthday, and enclosures, including C.F.L. Bartram to Gwynne concerning the Christmas Day service at Malakal (SAD.32/5/78); D. Newbold to Gwynne concerning the problem of cabarets in the Sudan (SAD.32/5/98-99); Gwynne to Newbold concerning the division of the diocese of Egypt and the Sudan (SAD.32/5/100); Gwynne to A. Burrell concerning the legacy of General Gordon (SAD.32/5/102); C.E.C. Stileman to Gelsthorpe congratulating him on his appointment as Bishop in the Sudan (SAD.32/5/105). Enclosures:
SAD.32/5/33-34
1941
Canon Frederick George Scott, Lift up your hearts (Ryerson Press, Toronto, 1941), with covering letter to Gwynne from the author
SAD.32/5/63
[ca. 1942]
Note on Army chaplains' service dress, to be worn on mobilisation
SAD.32/6/1-121
1943 Apr 4-Jul 30
Personal correspondence to Gwynne from friends and colleagues, congratulating him on his 80th birthday. Enclsoure:
SAD.32/6/8-10
1943
List of names and addresses of those who sent birthday wishes to Bishop Gwynne on his 80th birthday
SAD.32/6/43-47
1943
List of contributors to the fund raised in the Sudan for Bishop Gwynne's 80th birthday
SAD.32/6/100-101
1943
Commemorative leaflet printed on the occasion of Bishop Gwynne's 80th birthday
SAD.419/4/21-33
[1950s]
Biographical notes (incomplete), probably dictated by Gwynne, on Rev Theodore Bayley Hardy, VC, chaplain to the Lincolnshire Regiment and on C.T. Studd with accounts of the outbreak of the Second World War in Egypt and the Second World War in Egypt and the Sudan
SAD.419/5/6-28
[1950s] & 1956 Jun 14-1957 Sep 19
Material which was probably used by Gwynne's biographer, H.C. Jackson when writing his biography: autobiographical notes, probably dictated by Gwynne, including concerning his first experiences with Muslims in the Sudan, the start of the Gordon Memorial Mission in Southern Sudan and the future of the British Legion; letters to Bishop Gelsthorpe and H.C. Jackson from H. Budworth, R. Hillery and M. Collard concerning their memories of Gwynne; and note by Rev. A Burrell, recalling his memories of Gwynne
SAD.419/5/1-5
1952 Jan & 1957 Dec
Two circular letters from Gwynne to his friends, the first (printed) concerning increasing anti-British sentiment in Egypt, a defense of British policy in Egypt and the Sudan during the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries, and his fears over future Egyptian control of the Sudan; the second (draft) concerning the strength of his faith in old age
3. Diaries
SAD.33/1/1-116
1899
Diary of Gwynne with brief descriptions of his daily routine, mostly meetings attended and services delivered, as well as expressions of his religious beliefs
SAD.33/2/1-106
1901
Diary of Gwynne with brief descriptions of his daily routine, mostly meetings attended and services delivered, as well as expressions of his religious beliefs
SAD.33/3/1-198
1902
Diary of Gwynne with brief descriptions of his daily routine, mostly meetings attended and services delivered, as well as expressions of his religious beliefs
SAD.33/4/1-78
1902
Diary of Gwynne with brief descriptions of his daily routine, mostly meetings attended and services delivered, as well as expressions of his religious beliefs. Enclosure:
SAD.33/4/1
1903 Apr 27
Cutting from The Times comprising letter to the editor entitled “Khartum in 1903”
SAD.33/5/1-21
1902 Jul
Personal notebook of Gwynne containing diary entries, mostly brief descriptions of his daily routine teaching in the Coptic Girls' School in Khartoum, including the opening of the school (SAD.33/5/1); Gwynne's difficulty in teaching lessons in Arabic to Coptic students (SAD.33/5/1,4); his opinions on disciplining his child servants (SAD.33/5/2,6); the effect of floods on the local Sudanese in Khartoum (SAD.33/5/8); his praise for the work of the Presbyterians in Egypt (SAD.33/5/9); and the effect of cholera in Egypt (SAD.33/5/10)
SAD.33/6/1-120
1904
Diary of Gwynne with brief descriptions of his daily routine, mostly meetings attended and services delivered, as well as expressions of his religious beliefs
SAD.33/7/1-56
1905
Personal notebook of Gwynne containing diary entries with brief descriptions of his daily routine, mostly meetings attended and services delivered, as well as expressions of his religious beliefs
SAD.33/9/1-80
1905 Jan - Jun
Diary of Gwynne with brief descriptions of his daily routine, mostly meetings attended and services delivered, as well as expressions of his religious beliefs
SAD.33/8/1-68
1905 Sep - Dec
Diary of Gwynne with brief descriptions of his daily routine, mostly meetings attended and services delivered, as well as expressions of his religious beliefs
SAD.33/10/1-92
1906
Diary of Gwynne with brief descriptions of his daily routine, mostly meetings attended and services delivered, as well as expressions of his religious beliefs
SAD.34/1/1-82
1907
Diary of Gwynne with brief descriptions of his daily routine, mostly meetings attended and services delivered, as well as expressions of his religious beliefs
SAD.34/2/1-112
1909
Diary of Gwynne with brief descriptions of his daily routine, mostly meetings attended and services delivered, as well as expressions of his religious beliefs
SAD.34/3/1-108
1910
Diary of Gwynne with brief descriptions of his daily routine, mostly meetings attended and services delivered, as well as expressions of his religious beliefs
SAD.34/4/1-119
1911
Diary of Gwynne with brief descriptions of his daily routine, mostly meetings attended and services delivered, as well as expressions of his religious beliefs
SAD.34/5/1-91
1913
Diary of Gwynne with brief descriptions of his daily routine, mostly meetings attended and services delivered, as well as expressions of his religious beliefs
SAD.34/6/1-25
1913 Oct 1-26
Diary of Gwynne covering a trip to Melut to establish a new mission, including the departure of the missionary party from Khartoum, the negotiations surrounding the granting of the mission, and Gwynne's opinions of D.V. MacDiarmid, Dr. Trudinger, M. Trudinger and Mr Mills (SAD.34/6/1-2); a dispute involving a Coptic priest and its ramifications for the Coptic Church (SAD.34/6/2-3); the preference of the missionary party for Abyssinian rather than Sudanese servants (SAD.34/6/3-5); the influence of Islam and the need to open a mission school amongst the local Sudanese population in a small village en route to Melut (SAD.34/6/4-5); arrival at Melut (SAD.34/6/6); preaching a sermon to the Dinka (SAD.34/6/7); the preference of R.M. Feilden, Governor of Bahr al-Ghazal, for a Roman Catholic rather than a Protestant mission in Melut (SAD.34/6/9-10); his interview with Shaykh Tiang, and the fascination of the Dinka with Gwynne's rifle (SAD.34/6/14); his visit to Shaykh Aniok's village and a description of a local tribal dispute (SAD.34/6/15); description of a tribal dance (SAD.34/8/17); and an encounter with Baqqarah Arabs (SAD.34/6/24). The diary is illustrated with some small pencil and pen sketches by Gwynne.
SAD.34/7/1-70
1914
Diary of Gwynne with brief descriptions of his daily routine, mostly meetings attended and services delivered, as well as expressions of his religious beliefs, and also including reference to the outbreak of the First World War (SAD.34/7/61)
SAD.34/8/1-52
1914
Appointment diary of Gwynne with brief descriptions of his daily routine, mostly meetings attended and services delivered, as well as expressions of his religious beliefs
SAD.34/9/1-60
1915
Diary of Gwynne with brief descriptions of his daily routine, mostly meetings attended and services delivered, as well as expressions of his religious beliefs
SAD.34/10/1-120
1915 May 23-1916 May 13
Personal notebook of Gwynne containing diary entries, including brief descriptions of his daily routine as chaplain to the forces, mostly descriptions of his visits to the troops and religious services delivered, as well as personal and often detailed accounts of the war on the Western Front
SAD.34/11/1-61
1916
Diary of Gwynne with brief descriptions of his daily routine, mostly meetings attended and services delivered, as well as expressions of his religious beliefs
SAD.34/12/1-167
1918 Sep 1-1919 Jul 27
Diary of Gwynne, including descriptions of his daily routine as chaplain to the forces, mostly visits to troops, religious services delivered and meetings attended. The entries from Sep-Nov mostly concern news on the progress of the war, including a description of the response of the local population in the villages of Northern France to the armistice (SAD.34/12/38)
SAD.419/1/1-147
1919 Jul 13-1921 Aug 4
Diary of Gwynne with brief descriptions of his daily routine, mostly meetings attended and services delivered, as well as expressions of his religious beliefs
SAD.35/1/1-163
1921 Aug 23-1922 Jun 10
Diary of Gwynne with brief descriptions of his daily routine, mostly meetings attended and services delivered, as well as private expressions of his religious beliefs, but also including a tour of mission stations in the Southern Sudan (SAD.35/1/31v-88), including Amadi, Meridi, Yambio and Juba (SAD.35/1/35v-38,39v-41v,43,59) with a description of the aftermath of a Nuba tribal battle at Shambe (SAD.35/1/34v-35); as well as visits to mission stations in the Belgian Congo and Uganda (SAD.35/1/44v-51v,71v-72v).
SAD.35/2/1-150
1923 Jun 11-1925 Apr 30
Diary of Gwynne with brief descriptions of his daily routine, mostly meetings attended and services delivered, as well as private expressions of his religious beliefs, but also including a discussion with various Cairo officials on the religious composition of the English School, and plans for the new Cathedral (SAD.35/2/98)
SAD.35/3/1-121
1925 May 1-1926 Jul 19
Diary of Gwynne with brief descriptions of his daily routine, mostly meetings attended and services delivered, as well as expressions of his religious beliefs
SAD.35/4/1-149
1926 Jul 20-1928 Dec 31
Diary of Gwynne with brief descriptions of his daily routine, mostly meetings attended and services delivered, as well as expressions of his religious beliefs
SAD.419/2/1-187
1929 Jan 8-1933 Oct 3
Diary of Gwynne with brief descriptions of his daily routine, mostly meetings attended and services delivered, as well as expressions of his religious beliefs. Also contains other documents inserted into pages of diary, including portions of letters, notes, tracts, orders of service, and press cuttings (a full list of these enclosures can be found at the beginning of the file)
SAD.35/5/1-33
1933
Appointments diary of Gwynne
SAD.35/6/1-49
1936
Appointments diary of Gwynne
SAD.35/7/1-58
1938
Appointments diary of Gwynne
SAD.419/3/1-221
1940 May 14-1945 Jul 19
Diary of Gwynne with brief descriptions of his daily routine, mostly meetings attended and services delivered, as well as expressions of his religious beliefs. Also contains other documents inserted into pages of diary, including portions of letters, notes, tracts, orders of service, and press cuttings (a full list of these enclosures can be found at the beginning of the file)
SAD.35/8/1-71
1942
Appointments diary of Gwynne
4. Articles, Lectures and Speeches
(a) Articles
SAD.35/9/1-3
[1890s]
Account of Sumeed, Sudanese orderly to General Gordon during his governor-generalship of the Sudan, as told to Rev Thurfjell, a Swedish missionary
SAD.35/9/4-84
[1920s]
Draft chapters [possibly for a book] entitled “The New Imperialism”, author unknown
SAD.421/1/1-184
1949
Unpublished manuscript for a book by Gwynne entitled “An attempt at a spiritual history of the First World War”
SAD.421/1/185-186
1949 Sep
Typescript copy of article by Sir Reginald Wingate from the Daily Telegraph concerning his connection with the Cathedral of Abu Menas, Egypt
SAD.421/1/187-210
1951
Draft article by Gwynne entitled “The truth about modern Egypt”
SAD.421/1/211-214
[1950s]
Draft article by Gwynne entitled “The story of the founding of the English Mission College”
SAD.421/1/215-229
[1950s]
Draft article by Gwynne entitled “The Church of Ethiopia”
SAD.421/1/230-236
[1950s]
Draft article by Gwynne entitled “How the Bible inspires”, written for the Missions to the R.A.F.
SAD.421/1/237-280
[1950s]
Draft article by Gwynne entitled “Desert travelling In the Sudan in the early days” (2 copies)
SAD.421/1/281-460
[1950s]
Draft account by Gwynne entitled “Records of the early days of the administration of the Sudan which otherwise might have been lost for ever”, describing his early experiences in the Sudan after his arrival in 1899
SAD.421/1/461-482
[1950s]
Draft article by Gwynne entitled “First contacts with primitive tribes”, possibly part of a projected autobiography
SAD.421/1/483-490
[1950s]
Draft article by Gwynne entitled “Ali Dinar”
SAD.421/1/491-647
[1950s]
Draft book by Gwynne entitled “Makers of the Sudan”
SAD.421/1/648-666
[1950s]
Draft article by Gwynne entitled “The value of games on the administration” concerning the sporting activities of British officials in the Sudan
SAD.421/1/667-686
[1950s]
Draft article by Gwynne entitled “Stories of my first Khartoum flock”
(b) Lectures and Speeches
SAD.35/10/1-14
1913
Series of speeches made on the opening of Wad Medani Girls' School (some in Arabic with translations), with covering letter by C. Saad to Gwynne, including Sagh Haidar Effendi Rustum, Sub-inspector, Blue Nile Province and Shaykh Ismail al-Azhari, Qadi of Blue Nile Province Mohammedan Court
SAD.35/10/15-16
[1930s]
Transcript of speech by Gwynne at the opening of a bazaar
SAD.35/10/17-29
[1930s]
Account of an interview with the Bishop of Egypt and the Sudan
SAD.35/10/30-44
1932
Lecture by Gwynne on Lord Plumer
SAD.35/10/45-46
1935 Jun 28
Speech by Gwynne delivered on behalf of the Sudan Church Council to the Diocesan Guild on the dissolution of the Guild
SAD.35/10/47-53
[1940s]
Speeches by Gwynne delivered to the 23rd and 24th meetings of the Sudan Church Council
SAD.35/10/54-57
1944 Feb 10
Transcript of a talk by Gwynne broadcast on [Omdurman Radio?] criticising the form of government in Egypt
SAD.35/10/58-62
1945
Lecture entitled “Looking back at land marks”, concerning the development of the Anglican Church in the Sudan
SAD.35/10/63-64
1945
Speech by Gwynne entitled “Words of commendation at the enthronement of the Right Reverend Bishop Gelsthorpe to the Bishopric of the Sudan”
SAD.35/10/65-67
1945 Dec 9
Speech given to the Clergy House Supper Club on the enthronement of Bishop Gelsthorpe as Bishop in Sudan
SAD.35/10/68-71
1952 May 27
Draft transcript of a conversation with Canon “Uncle” Harper, reminiscing about his early years in the Sudan
5. Sermons and Intercessions
(a) Sermons
SAD.36/1/1-63
[1890s-1950s]
File of manuscript and typescript copies of sermons, addresses, prayers, and dedications
SAD.36/2/1-57; SAD.36/3/1-42; SAD.36/4/1-59; SAD.36/5/1-28; SAD.36/6/1-44; SAD.36/7/1-20; SAD.36/8/1-5; SAD.36/9/1-18; SAD.36/10/1-19; SAD.36/11/1-46; SAD.36/12/1-6;
[1890s-1950s]
11 volumes of notes of sermons and addresses delivered by Gwynne
SAD.36/13/1-49
1891
Volume of notes of sermons and addresses delivered by Gwynne
SAD.36/14/1-27; SAD.36/15/1-25
1902
2 volumes of notes of sermons and addresses delivered by Gwynne
SAD.36/16/1-45; SAD.36/17/1-10; SAD.36/18/1-48
1904
3 volumes of notes of sermons and addresses delivered by Gwynne
SAD.36/19/1-40
1905
Volume of notes of sermons and addresses delivered by Gwynne
SAD.36/20/1-21; SAD.36/21/1-44
1906
2 volumes of notes of sermons and addresses delivered by Gwynne
SAD.36/22/1-21; SAD.36/23/1-27; SAD.36/24/1-20; SAD.36/25/1-20
1907
4 volumes of notes of sermons and addresses delivered by Gwynne
SAD 419/4/1-20
1907
Notes for sermons in Khartoum by Gwynne
SAD.36/26/1-15; SAD.36/27/1-20
1908
2 volumes of notes of sermons and addresses delivered by Gwynne
SAD.36/28/1-42; SAD.36/29/1-41; SAD.36/30/1-44; SAD.36/31/1-39
1909
4 volumes of notes of sermons and addresses delivered by Gwynne
SAD.36/32/1-41; SAD.36/33/1-57; SAD.36/34/1-47; SAD.36/35/1-18; SAD.36/36/1-49
1910
5 volumes of notes of sermons and addresses delivered by Gwynne
SAD.36/37/1-44; SAD.36/38/1-25; SAD.36/39/1-54; SAD.36/40/1-60
1911
3 volumes of notes of sermons and addresses delivered by Gwynne
SAD.36/43/1-52; SAD.36/44/1-52
1912
2 volumes of notes of sermons and addresses delivered by Gwynne
SAD.36/41/1-52; SAD.36/42/1-25; SAD.37/1/1-45; SAD.37/2/1-43; SAD.37/3/1-48; SAD.37/4/1-7; SAD.37/5/1-25
1913
7 volumes of notes of sermons and addresses delivered by Gwynne
SAD.37/6/1-52
1914
Volume of notes of sermons and addresses delivered by Gwynne
SAD.37/7/1-64; SAD.37/8/1-89
[1914-1918]
2 volumes of notes of sermons and addresses delivered by Gwynne
SAD.37/9/1-93
1915
Volume of notes of sermons and addresses delivered by Gwynne
SAD.37/10/1-87
1918
Volume of notes of sermons and addresses delivered by Gwynne
SAD.37/11/1-84
1919
Volume of notes of sermons and addresses delivered by Gwynne
SAD.37/12/1-160
1920
Volume of notes of sermons and addresses delivered by Gwynne
SAD.37/13/1-75
1921
Volume of notes of sermons and addresses delivered by Gwynne
SAD.37/14/1-98
1927
Volume of notes of sermons and addresses delivered by Gwynne
SAD.37/15/1-98
1934
Volume of notes of sermons and addresses delivered by Gwynne
(b) Intercessions
SAD.38/1/1-158; SAD.38/2/1-58; SAD.38/3/1-97; SAD.38/4/1-88; SAD.38/5/1-89; SAD.38/6/1-90; SAD.38/7/1-60; SAD.38/8/1-63; SAD.38/9/1-95; SAD.38/10/1-161; SAD.38/11/1-93; SAD.38/12/1-97
[1890s-1950s]
12 volumes containing intercessions, thanksgivings and confessions compiled by Gwynne
6. Photographic Material
(a) Photograph albums
SAD.40/1/1-47
[ca. 1909-1910]
Photograph album, possibly formerly belonging to Rev. R. MacInnes, later Bishop in Jerusalem, including:
SAD.40/1/1
[1909-1910]
Rev. R. MacInnes, with his horse ‘Dr James’
SAD.40/1/2-3
[1909-1910]
Rev. R. MacInnes, on his horse ‘Dr James’
SAD.40/1/4-6
[1909-1910]
Khartoum architecture
SAD.40/1/7-8
[1909-1910]
Rev. R. MacInnes with donkey and servant in front of house
SAD.40/1/9
1909 Dec 10
Rev. R. MacInnes, in garden with Sudanese servants
SAD.40/1/10-11
[1910s?]
Construction site, possibly for All Saints' Cathedral, Khartoum
SAD.40/1/12
[1910s?]
Sudanese female carrier at construction site of [All Saints' Cathedral, Khartoum?]
SAD.40/1/13
[1910s?]
Rev. R. MacInnes on camelback, probably Khartoum
SAD.40/1/14-19
[1910s?]
Interior of Clergy House, Khartoum
SAD.40/1/16
[1910s?]
Rev. R. MacInnes seated in Clergy House, Khartoum
SAD.40/1/17
[1910s?]
Rev. R. MacInnes and Archdeacon Gwynne in Clergy House
SAD.40/1/20,26-27,39,42,44
[1910s?]
Interiors of churches
SAD.40/1/21
[1910s]
The Palace, Khartoum
SAD.40/1/22-23
[1910s?]
Sudanese schoolboys, Khartoum
SAD.40/1/24-25
[1910s?]
Church building, Khartoum
SAD.40/1/28-29
[1910s?]
River Nile scenes
SAD.40/1/30
[1910s?]
Street scene. Khartoum?
SAD.40/1/31
[1910s?]
Khartoum Central Railway Station
SAD.40/1/32-33
[1910s?]
Interiors of dwelling house
SAD.40/1/34
[1910s?]
Garden, [Khartoum?]
SAD.40/1/35,37
[1910s?]
Houses, [Khartoum?]
SAD.40/1/36
[1910s?]
Horse stables, [Khartoum?]
SAD.40/1/38
[1910s?]
Large brick built church
SAD.40/1/40
[1910s?]
Sudanese school children, [Khartoum?]
SAD.40/1/41
[1910s?]
Two British women in sitting room
SAD.40/1/43
[1910s?]
Small wooden hut
SAD.40/1/45
[1910s?]
Newly constructed two-storey buildings
SAD.40/1/46
[1910s?]
Wooden huts
SAD.40/1/47
[1910s?]
Two Northern Sudanese men
SAD.25/4/1-14
[1930s]
Album of photographs of St Paul's Church, Wad Medani (consecrated 1931). Photographs taken by Karakashian Bros., Khartoum including:
SAD.25/4/1
[1930s?]
Exterior view of St Paul's Church, Wad Medani
SAD.25/4/2,6
[1930s?]
Interior of St Paul's Church, Wad Medani
SAD.25/4/3
[1930s?]
Altar, St Paul's Church, Wad Medani
SAD.25/4/4
[1930s?]
Pulpit, St Paul's Church, Wad Medani
SAD.25/4/5
[1930s?]
Font, St Paul's Church, Wad Medani
SAD.25/4/7-8
[1930s?]
Congregation arriving for service at St Paul's Church, Wad Medani
SAD.25/4/9-11
[1930s?]
British officials and wives leaving St Paul's Church, Wad Medani
SAD.25/4/12
[1930s?]
British official in conversation with Bishop Gwynne and another clergyman outside St Paul's Church, Wad Medani
SAD.25/4/13-14
[1930s?]
Group of British officials and clergymen, including Bishop Gwynne, outside St Paul's Church, Wad Medani
SAD.998/4/1-24
1943
Photograph album presented to Bishop Gwynne by the Anglican community in the Sudan on the occasion of his 80th birthday and in commemoration of 44 years of service in the Sudan, including:
SAD.998/4/2
1943
Portrait photograph of Gwynne in clerical dress
SAD.998/4/3
1943
Exterior view of All Saints' Cathedral, Khartoum
SAD.998/4/4
1943
Interior of All Saints' Cathedral, Khartoum
SAD.998/4/5-6
1943
Exterior views of the tower and bells of All Saints' Cathedral, Khartoum
SAD.998/4/7-8
1943
Floral decorations inside All Saints' Cathedral, Khartoum, for Harvest Festival
SAD.998/4/9,11-14
1943
Exterior views of Christ Church, Port Sudan
SAD.998/4/10
1943
Interior of Christ Church, Port Sudan
SAD.998/4/15
1943
Exterior view of St Paul's Church, Wad Medani
SAD.998/4/16-17
1943
Interior of St Paul's Church, Wad Medani (x2)
SAD.998/4/18
1943
Exterior view of St Peter's Church, El Obeid
SAD.998/4/19-20
1943
Interior views of St Peter's Church, El Obeid
SAD.998/4/21
1943
Interior of the Church saloon
SAD.998/4/22
1943
Exterior of the Church of Philip the Deacon, Atbara
SAD.998/4/23
1943
Interior of St Mary's Church, Wadi Halfa
SAD.998/4/24
1943
Interior of Emmanuel Church, Omdurman
(b) Loose photographs
SAD.26/1/1-54
[1880s-1900s]
Photographs of Gwynne's family, friends and colleagues, including:
SAD.26/1/1
[1880s]
Small portrait photograph of H.N. Stafford
SAD.26/1/2
[1880s]
Small portrait photograph of W.G. Storer
SAD.26/1/3
[1880s]
Small portrait photograph of H.S. Walker
SAD.26/1/4
[1880s]
Small portrait photograph of R.E. Skipwith
SAD.26/1/5
[1880s]
Small portrait photograph of R.W. Linart
SAD.26/1/6
[1880s]
Small portrait photograph of Frederick Rork
SAD.26/1/7
[1880s]
Small portrait photograph of W.A. Woodsend
SAD.26/1/8
[1880s]
Small portrait photograph of J.C. Woodsend
SAD.26/1/9
[1880s]
Small portrait photograph of F.O. Wright
SAD.26/1/10
[1880s]
Small portrait photograph of F.T. Walker
SAD.26/1/11
[1880s]
Small portrait photograph of R.J. Willatt
SAD.26/1/12
[1880s]
Small portrait photograph of H.A. Willatt
SAD.26/1/13
[1880s]
Small portrait photograph of A.E. Pare
SAD.26/1/14
[1880s]
Small portrait photograph of Alfred C. Roe
SAD.26/1/15
[1880s]
Small portrait photograph of Arthur W. Salt
SAD.26/1/16
[1880s]
Small portrait photograph of W.B. Lymbery
SAD.26/1/17
[1880s]
Small portrait photograph of A.W. Lymbery
SAD.26/1/18
[1880s]
Small portrait photograph of P.J. Bradfield
SAD.26/1/19
[1880s]
Small portrait photograph of E.E. Clarke
SAD.26/1/20
[1880s]
Small portrait photograph of H.M. Hallam
SAD.26/1/21
[1880s]
Small portrait photograph of Herbert G. Chapman
SAD.26/1/22
[1880s]
Small portrait photograph of Thornton S. Clarke Jnr
SAD.26/1/23
[1890s]
Portrait photograph of Philip H. Ruthven, wearing a Bombay bowler
SAD.26/1/24
[1890s]
Portrait of unidentified clergyman
SAD.26/1/25
[1890s]
Man standing in front of ‘college wall’
SAD.26/1/26
[1890s]
Portrait photograph of John Ward
SAD.26/1/27
[1890s]
Portrait photograph of Rev. W.W. Cash
SAD.26/1/28
[1890s]
Portrait photograph of two unidentified young women
SAD.26/1/29-30
[1890s]
Portraits of unidentified men
SAD.26/1/31
[1890s]
Two men with tents in background, possibly on religious retreat, Derbyshire
SAD.26/1/32
[1890s]
Group photograph of members of a community, possibly on a religious retreat [Derbyshire]
SAD.26/1/33
[1900s]
Group of women: N. Mitchel, F. King, M. Katterns,E. Barker, N. Wakefield, K. Pulfrey, L. Wood, L. Mitchel, K. Everett, taken at a Sunday school treat at Condor Park
SAD.26/1/34
[1900s]
Portrait photograph of Sir Reginald Wingate
SAD.26/1/35
[ca. 1898-1900]
Group of British soldiers and clergyman in front of the ruins of the Mahdi's tomb, Omdurman
SAD.26/1/36
[1900s]
Small child with dog
SAD.26/1/37
[1920s]
Two nurses, Miss Smith and Miss Butlin, Sudan
SAD.26/1/38
[1920s]
John, Peter and Catherine Winter with mother, Longhoughton
SAD.26/1/39
[1920s]
John Winter
SAD.26/1/40
[1900s]
British couple outside a church, Sudan
SAD.26/1/41
[1900s]
Group in front of ivy-covered house, probably in England
SAD.26/1/42
[1910s]
Group of British officials wearing black armbands, with Sir Reginald Wingate and Lady Wingate seated centre
SAD.26/1/43
[1910s]
Portrait photograph of F.W. Griffiths in military uniform, taken in Lille, probably First World War
SAD.26/1/44
1914
L. Anson of the Sherwood Foresters, in military uniform
SAD.26/1/45
[ca. 1920]
Sudanese men carrying European men across a wadi
SAD.26/1/46
[1920s]
Group of British officials in conversation
SAD.26/1/47
[1920s]
Group of British men and woman, possibly missionaries
SAD.26/1/48
1928 Dec
Edward Clarence and family, taken in Croydon
SAD.26/1/49
[1930s]
Henry and Lucy, Longhoughton
SAD.26/1/50
1934 Dec
Portrait photograph of A. Ferguson Colquhoun
SAD.26/1/51
1938 Sep 3
Elderly group at [Maubyn?] garden
SAD.26/1/52
[ca. 1938]
Bishop Morris Gelsthorpe, dressed for tennis
SAD.26/1/53
[ca. 1938]
Bishop Morris Gelsthorpe and companion at site of antiquities
SAD.26/1/54
[ca. 1938]
Bishop Morris Gelsthorpe standing next to altar
SAD.26/2/1-26
[1890s-1950s]
Photographs of Gwynne, including:
SAD.26/2/1
[1890s]
Gwynne in garden, England
SAD.26/2/2
[1890s]
Gwynne on horseback
SAD.26/2/3
[ca. 1908]
Portrait photograph of Gwynne in clerical dress
SAD.26/2/4
[1910s]
Group photograph of Gwynne (standing, centre) with British officers and two Sudanese servants)
SAD.26/2/5
[1910s]
Portrait photograph of Gwynne in clerical dress
SAD.26/2/6
1912 Nov 18
Gwynne seated in clerical dress, Jerusalem
SAD.26/2/7
[1920s]
Gwynne seated next to clergyman
SAD.26/2/8
[1920s]
Gwynne seated next to men dressed for tennis
SAD.26/2/9
[1920s]
Gwynne sitting on hillside with family
SAD.26/2/10
[1920s]
Gwynne seated in office, probably Sudan
SAD.26/2/11-12
[1920-1930s]
Gwynne with tennis partners
SAD.26/2/13
[1930s]
Gwynne assisting a small child to play cricket
SAD.26/2/14
[1930s]
Portrait photograph of Gwynne in clerical dress
SAD.26/2/15
[1930-1945]
Gwynne with British officials and wives at a christening
SAD.26/2/16
[1929-1936]
Greek and Anglican clerics outside All Saints' Cathedral. Featuring Bishop Gwynne (seated centre) and E.G. Sarsfield Hall, bishop's warden (standing on the far left)
SAD.26/2/17
[1930-1945]
Gwynne with Greek Orthodox or Coptic clergy, probably in Egypt
SAD.26/2/18
[1938-1945]
Group outside All Saints' Cathedral, Khartoum. Gwynne standing centre; Canon Harper standing front right.
SAD.26/2/19
[1930-1945]
Gwynne seated with group of clergymen
SAD.26/2/20
[1930-1945]
Group of clergymen, left to right: G.H. Parke-Taylor, R.S. Dean, Gwynne, F.D. Coggan (later Archbishop of Canterbury), F.W. Dillestone, R.G.G. Hooper
SAD.26/2/21
[1940s]
Gwynne in bishops' robes standing on church steps, possibly Cairo
SAD.26/2/22
[1940s]
Gwynne in clerical dress on deck of ship
SAD.26/2/23
1945
Photograph of a portrait of Gwynne, painted to mark his retirement
SAD.26/2/24
1926-1934
Gwynne, Sir John Maffey, Governor-General and a group of Sudanese shaykhs on the steps of the Palace at Khartoum
SAD.26/2/25
[1950s]
Gwynne in old age
SAD.26/2/26
[1950s]
Gwynne in old age, with clergyman
SAD.26/3/1-23
[1890s-1950s]
Photographs of religious life in the Sudan and Egypt, including:
SAD.26/3/1-2
1898 Sep 4-5
Soldiers gathered for the first Gordon memorial service held outside the ruins of Gordon's old palace, Khartoum
SAD.26/3/3-4
[1900s]
Clergymen attending the laying of a foundation stone
SAD.26/3/5
[1900s]
Group of Sudanese girls in European dress, probably at a girls' school
SAD.26/3/6
[1900s]
Visit by members of the Coptic Church, including the Coptic Bishop, probably Cairo
SAD.26/3/7-8
[1930s]
Exterior views of All Saints Cathedral, Khartoum
SAD.26/3/9
[1930s]
Interior of St. Peter's Church, El Obrid
SAD.26/3/10
1933
Interior of C.M.S. church, Meridi
SAD.26/3/11
1938
Consecration of Cairo Cathedral
SAD.26/3/12-13
[ca. 1938]
Interior views of Cairo Cathedral
SAD.26/3/14
[1940s-1950s]
Bishop Gwynne laying a foundation stone, Lui
SAD.26/3/15
[1940s-1950s]
Service in Khartoum Cathedral
SAD.26/3/16-18
[1945?]
Church ceremony, probably the installation of Gwynne as Bishop in Egypt at Cairo cathedral
SAD.26/3/19
1943
East Africans at church parade
SAD.26/3/20
[1950s]
Procession to the chapel at Bishop Gwynne College, Mundri for the ordination of eight deacons and one priest by Archbishop C. MacInnes. Also in the procession are Bishop Oliver Allison and Archdeacon Riley.
SAD.26/3/21
1955
Bishop Daniel Deng Atong and Pastor Luka after ordination
SAD.26/3/22
1958
Procession of synod of clergy to Khartoum Cathedral, Bishop Oliver Allison at the rear
SAD.26/3/23
[1963]
Juba Cathedral
SAD.26/4/1-7
[1910s-1945]
Photographs of Sudanese and Egyptian people, including:
SAD.26/4/1
[ca. 1910s]
Bija men beside nomad tent
SAD.26/4/2
[ca. 1910s]
Sudanese caddie on golf course
SAD.26/4/3
[1910s]
British officials with group of Sudanese villagers. Clergyman on the left may be Gwynne.
SAD.26/4/4
[1900s]
Gwynne and servants on the verandah of a house
SAD.26/4/5
[1910s]
Elderly Egyptian man carrying books and briefcase with the initials BFBS [British and Foreign Bible Society
SAD.26/4/6
[1920s]
Sudanese boatman
SAD.26/4/7
1945
Group of Sudanese schoolchildren sitting outside school sewing, Salara
SAD.26/5/1-11
[1910s-1940s]
Photographs of unidentified churches, including:
SAD.26/5/1
[1910s]
Construction of a large church, possibly Khartoum Cathedral
SAD.26/5/2
[ca. 1930s]
Large brick-built church, Sudan
SAD.26/5/3
[1930s-1940s]
Interior of chapel showing the altar
SAD.26/5/4
[ca. 1930s]
Interior of church, possibly Khartoum Cathedral
SAD.26/5/5-11
1938
Interior of a church in Nottingham, showing inscription plaque erected by John Dane Player and his wife margaret Jenny
SAD.26/6/1-5
[1890s-1950s]
Photographs of military processions, including:
SAD.26/6/1
[1890s]
Egyptian Army battalion in formation
SAD.26/6/2-3
[1932]
Unveiling of memorial monument, draped in British, Australian and New Zealand flags, probably at Port Said, for Anzac troops who served during the First World War
SAD.26/6/4
[ca. 1920s]
Military procession at the Gordon statue, Khartoum, led by church officials including Gwynne, to honour the fallen in the First World War
SAD.26/6/5
[ca. 1920s-1930s]
Highland regiment in marchpast
SAD.26/7/1-6
[1910s-1960]
Miscellaneous photographs, including:
SAD.26/7/1
[ca. 1910s]
Dam, possibly at Aswan
SAD.26/7/2
[ca. 1910s]
General Gordon's gunboat, the Bordein
SAD.26/7/3
[1890s-1950s]
Gordon statue, Khartoum
SAD.26/7/4-5
[1935]
Small monument, possibly to commemorate the death of George V
SAD.26/7/6
1960
Memorial plaque for Nancie Moller (d. 1960), Warden and Adviser to the women students at Khartoum University
SAD.998/2/1-6
1898-[1918]
Large mounted photographs, including:
SAD.998/2/1
1898 Sep 4
British soldiers gathered beside the ruins of the old Governor-General's palace for a service in memory of General Gordon. Inscription reads: Presented by Brigadier General, the Hon. C. Lambton.
SAD.998/2/2
1898-1899
Team photograph of Magdala Reserve Football Club, Nottinghamshire, with Gwynne (manager) in the centre. Team members: J.C. Woodsend, H. Howitt, H.M. Hallam, H. Bradfield, E.E. Clarke (Captain), P.J. Bradfield, H.A. Willatt, F. Acton, M. Olier, W.A. Woodsend.
SAD.998/2/3
[1915-1916]
Group photograph of officers of a Light Infantry battalion, probably in France
SAD.998/2/4
[ca. 1920]
Group of Church Army or Boys' Brigade cadets with chaplains
SAD.998/2/5
1926
Group of children on a trip out to the seaside at Little Easton, Christmas 1926
SAD.998/2/6
[ca. 1945]
Interior of All Saints' Cathedral, Khartoum
SAD.420/4/103-117
[ca. 1905-1914]
Photographs enclosed in a file of Bishop Gwynne's correspondence:
SAD.420/4/103
[ca. 1905-1914]
Staff and pupils at the first girls' Church Missionary Society school in Khartoum
SAD.420/4/104
1919
Bishop L. H. Gwynne reading a newspaper in the garden of Forest Lodge, probably England
SAD.420/4/105
1905-1914
Compound of a house at Khartoum
SAD.420/4/106
1905-1914
Man, possibly Bishop L. H. Gwynne, riding a donkey past the Secretariat building, Khartoum
SAD.420/4/107
1905-1914
Rear view of the Secretariat building, Khartoum
SAD.420/4/108
1905-1914
Palm trees with building in the background, possibly the Secretariat, Khartoum
SAD.420/4/109
1905-1914
Unidentified man, probably Bishop L. H. Gwynne, being carried across a stretch of water by a soldier
SAD.420/4/110
1905-1914
Rowing boats, sail boats and Gordon's steamer, the Bordein in a harbour
SAD.420/4/111-114
1905-1914
Unidentified views, possibly Italy
SAD.420/4/115
1905-1914
Unidentified building, possibly a church, northern Sudan
SAD.420/4/116
1905-1914
Group of Southern Sudanese men with a recently killed hippopotamus
SAD.420/4/117
1905-1914
Kiosk at Naqa
7. Museum Objects
SAD.G//S 1044/1
[1900s]
Collection of Sudanese beads
SAD.39/6/12-13
[1890s-1950s]
Small unframed watercolours of Sudanese villages
SAD.G//S 1044/2

Oil painting of Bishop Gwynne in bishop’s surplice. Artist unknown. Canvas on wooden frame.
Size: 36 x 25 cm
SAD.G//S 1044/3
[ca. 1940s]
Oil painting of Gwynne in bishop's surplice, artist unknown. Canvas on wooden frame.
Size: 40 x 30 cm
8. Newspaper Cuttings
SAD.419/6/1
1899 Feb 9
Cutting from Football Chat regarding a special football service in St Mary's Church, Nottingham
SAD.38/13/1-36
1901-1951 Nov
File of cuttings from a range of newspapers on various topics, including the Egyptian Observer on the Bishop of London's controversial speech on Islam (SAD.38/13/3-5); Standard Union concerning the death of Capt. G.S. Nickerson, Governor of Sennar Province (SAD.38/13/6); Egyptian Gazette concerning plans by an Indian Muslim sect to convert England to Islam (SAD.38/13/7); typescript copy (for an unidentifiable publication) of an article entitled “The Fellaheen of Egypt” (SAD.38/13/8-11); [Egyptian Gazette?] on the succession of Mustapha Pasha Nahas as Prime Minister of Egypt (SAD.38/13/18); Sudan Daily Herald re the consecration of the tower and baptistery at All Saints' Cathedral, Khartoum (SAD.38/13/20-22); [Sudan Daily Herald] regarding the Gordon Memorial Service at All Saints' Cathedral, Khartoum (SAD.38/13/27); [Sudan Daily Herald] on the death of Miss E.K.W. Maxwell (SAD.38/13/28); [Sudan Daily Herald] concerning the opening of the Cathedral Hall of All Saints' Cathedral, Khartoum by Sir Robert Howe (SAD.38/13/31-33); and C.M.S. Outlook concerning the missionary situation in the Sudan (SAD.38/13/35-36)
SAD.39/1/1-155
1904-1912
Volume of cuttings from a range of newspapers including The Standard, The Morning Post, The Daily Telegraph, The Times, and The Daily Graphic, on the building and consecration of All Saints' Cathedral in Khartoum
SAD.39/2/1-47
1916
Volume I of cuttings from various newspapers compiled by Rev. B.G. O'Rourke concerning the work of chaplains in the British Expeditionary Force during the First World War
SAD.39/3/1-36
1917-1919
Volume II of cuttings from various newspapers, chiefly the Daily Sketch, the Globe, Life of Faith, the Scotsman Weekly, and the Church Times, compiled by Rev. B.G. O'Rourke concerning the work of chaplains in the British Expeditionary Force during and after the First World War
SAD.39/4/1-13
1917-1918
Volume of cuttings from various newspapers, chiefly the Morning Post, The Times Literary Supplement, The Times, and The Spectator, concerning reviews of books to which Gwynne provided a preface, including Macnutt, F.B. (ed), The Church in the Furnace (London, 1918); [Army Chaplain], Can England's Church win England's manhood? (London, 1917); Gray, A.H., As Tommy sees us (London, 1917); and Kennedy, G.A.S., Rough rhymes of a Padre (London, 1918)
SAD.39/5/1-34
1931 Jan 12-1936 Dec 5
File of typescript translation, mostly produced by the Turkish Translation Service, with one from the Syria-Palestine Translation Service, of selected articles from the Turkish and Syrian-Palestinian press
9. Miscellanea
SAD.39/6/1-11
[1890s-1950s]
Short story written in a jotter by N.J. Cash, entitled “Because of Susie”
SAD.39/7/1-78
1904 Feb 7-1949 Feb
Collection of printed religious pamphlets, mostly orders of service (including for the laying of the foundation stone of All Saints' Church, Khartoum, 1904 and for the service at Khartoum Cathedral to celebrate the coronation of George VI), appeals for various causes, and notices from religious societies
SAD.420/6
1907
Printed pamphlet entitled The English church at Khartoum: a short note on church work in the Sudan since the reconquest: with illustrations & an architectural description of the new church now being built at Khartoum for which subscriptions are invited (London, 1907)
SAD.39/6/14
1918 May
Poem entitled “The old Jocks” by C.C. Lindsay
SAD.39/6/16
[1920s]
Religious poem concerning the planets
SAD.39/6/17-18
1925 Feb 28
Programme for a brigade sports day to be held at Gordon College
SAD.39/6/19
1928 Aug 7
List of guests for a dinner at Government House, India
SAD.39/6/15
[1935]
Memorial card for General Gordon
SAD.G//S 1044/2-3
1940s
Two oil paintings on canvass of Gwynne
Size: 35 x 25cm & 40.5 x 30cm
SAD.39/6/20-21
1949 Jan 17
Dinner menu for the Khartoum Group of Toc-H
10. Printed Material
SAD.184/2/1-13
[ca. 1912-
Assorted printed pamphlets, chiefly relating to church affairs in the Middle East and Britain, including The Anglican and Coptic Communions in Egypt, by a member of the C.M.S. Mission to Moslems (SAD.184/2/1); A new legend of he Holy Family accounting for a tune, made by one Amice Calverley at Abydos Egypt (SAD.184/2/2); Orthodox Church bulletin, no 21 (1943) (SAD.184/2/4); The quiet time, including the Finnish gold story, by S.D. Gordon (SAD.184/2/5); order of service for a thanksgiving and memorial service for members of the Royal Army Chaplains' Department, 1919 (SAD.184/2/7); The Greater Britain Messenger, no 329 (1933) (SAD.184/2/12); and Sunday Guardian and Sunday closing reporter, no 8 (1937) (SAD.184/2/13)