Lush, Maurice Stanley
Introduction
Maurice Stanley Lush
Arrangement

Catalogue
1. Papers relating to Abyssinia
2. Papers relating to the Sudan
3. Papers relating to Egypt
4. Papers relating to Tripolitania
5. Papers relating to Libya
6. Papers relating to Pakistan
7. Retirement
8. Personal Papers
9. Memoirs
10. Photographic Material
11. Maps
12. Museum Objects
13. Miscellanea
14. Printed Material
(b) In Library
Reference code: GB-0033-SAD
Title: Lush, Maurice Stanley
Dates of creation: 1916-1988
Extent: 4 boxes
Held by: Durham University Library, Archives and Special Collections: Sudan Archive
Created by: Lush, Maurice Stanley
Language: English

Maurice Stanley Lush

(1896 - 1990)

1915-1919 Royal Artillery
1919-1922 Egyptian Army
1919-1941 Sudan Political Service
1919-1922 Secretary HM Legation, Addis Ababa
1923 Deputy Assistant Director of Intelligence
1923-1926 A.D.C. Gallabat and Gedaref, Kassala Province
1927 A.D.C. Khartoum Province
1928-1929 Assistant Civil Secretary (Personnel)
1929-1930 Private Secretary to the Governor-General
1931-1932 D.C. Ed Dueim, White Nile Province
1933-1935 D.C. Malakal, Upper Nile Province
1935-1938 Sudan Agent, Cairo
1938-1941 Governor Northern Province
1941-1942 Chief Political Officer, Ethiopia
1942 Military Administrator, Madagascar
1942-1943 Chief Civil Affairs Officer, British Military Administration, Tripolitania
1943-1946 Executive Commissioner and Vice-President, Allied Commission, Italy
1946-1947 Resident Representative for Germany and Austria of Intergovernmental Committee on Refugees
1947-1949 Chief of Mission in the Middle East, I.R.O.
1949-1951 Special Representative for the Middle East, I.R.O.
1952-1956 Representative of Anglo-Saxon Petroleum Co. (Shell), Libya
1956-1959 Managing Director Pakistan Shell Oil Co. Ltd.
1965-1968 Vice Chairman Enterprise Neptune, National Trust


Arrangement

1. Papers relating to Abyssinia
2. Papers relating to the Sudan
3. Papers relating to Egypt
4. Papers relating to Tripolitania
5. Papers relating to Libya
6. Papers relating to Pakistan
7. Papers from M.S.L.'s retirement
8. Personal Papers
9. Memoirs
10. Photographic Material
11. Maps
12. Museum Objects
13. Miscellanea
14. Printed Material

Accession details

Presented by Lush, 1988-1990, & A.J.M. Lush, 1996

1. Papers relating to Abyssinia
SAD.873/10/1-83
1916 Dec 27 - 1922 Oct 27
Papers relating to M.S.L.'s appointment as Secretary to the Legation in Addis Ababa, his later transfer to a permanent position with the Sudan Political Service, resignation from the Regular Army and Egyptian Army and appointment to the Reserve of Officers, including telegram from Buckingham Palace requesting M.S.L.'s attendance at an investiture ceremony (873/10/2-3); D. Sandford and W. Thesiger, H.M. Minister in Addis Ababa recommending the job of Secretary to the Legation (873/10/5-8); letter of appointment with terms of service, from M.J. Wheatley, Private Secretary to the Governor-General (873/10/9); J.H. Dodds, forwarding a list of requirements for Addis Ababa (873/10/12-14); letters concerning arrangements for M.S.L.'s passage and shipment of personal effects to Abyssinia; A.W. Liddendale re arrangements for the delivery of a machine gun to the Regent of Abyssinia (873/10/24). Enclosures :
SAD.873/10/33
Salary scales for Sudan Political Service employees
SAD.873/10/45
1921 Mar 8
Census circular memorandum No. 1
SAD.873/10/46
Advanced instructions for the enumeration of the military population temporarily stationed abroad, in the census of the United Kingdom, to be taken on the night of 24th/25th April 1921
SAD.873/10/53
Instructions on rendering confidential reports on British officers attached to the Egyptian Army
SAD.873/11/1-147
[1919] Jul 6 - 1922 May 1
Personal correspondence to and from M.S.L. in Lille and later Abyssinia, chiefly from former army colleagues, friends and family, with some from colleagues at H.M. Legation in Addis Ababa. Most letters contain personal news of experiences since the end of the war and include John C. Jacques re life at Government House, Calcutta (873/11/30-32,60-61); Miss M. Read re life in Lahore (873/11/50-53,68-71); A.W. Bentinck re the purchase of ponies in Abyssinia (873/11/76-77); ‘Gordon' re impressions of post-war France (873/11/82-84); Alexander Paton re experiences with the N.W. Frontier Force in India (873/11/86-91); W.G. Walters-Symms re his life with the R.A. in the Punjab (873/11/106); J. Hugh Dodds, British Chargé d'Affaires, from Djibuti re the arms traffic situation there (873/11/118- 119); Dr. N.D. Sharp at Addis Ababa with news of Abyssinia, including the reported escape of Lij Yasu (873/11/122-123); J.H. Dodds from Cairo re his views on Zionism (873/11/124); M.S.L. from Addis Ababa to his mother re the summer race meeting (873/11/131-135); N.D. Sharp re the publication of his articles in the Westminster Gazette on the subject of slavery (873/11/144)
SAD.873/12/1-5
1920 - 1921
Papers relating to M.S.L.'s military career including brevet of the rank of Bimbashi, 1920 and letter of resignation of commission in the Regular Army, with record of service, 1921
SAD.873/12/6-12
1924- 1935
Summary of articles on Ethiopia in the Near East
SAD.873/12/13-23
1930
Account by M.S.L. of the coronation of Haile Selassie in Addis Ababa (copied from a letter home)
SAD.873/12/24-57
1932
Report by M.S.L. entitled ‘Abyssinia 1932'
SAD.873/13/1-4
1936 Apr 19 - May 1
Copies of cables between Sir Sidney Barton, H.M. Minister in Addis Ababa and Anthony Eden, S/S for Foreign Affairs, concerning the worsening situation in Ethiopia and the Emperor's requests for assistance from Britain
SAD.873/13/22-23
1943 Jan 9
Copy of the New Times and Ethiopia News
SAD.873/13/5-21
1954
Text of broadcast by M.S.L. for the BBC on “British administration in Ethiopia”, with covering letters
SAD.873/13/24-35
1960- 1975
Press cuttings relating to events in Ethiopia:
SAD.873/13/24
1960 Dec 16
“The Little Emperor” - revolt against Haile Selassie
SAD.873/13/25
1962 Feb 16
The death of the Empress Menen of Ethiopia, from The Times
SAD.873/13/26
1962 Feb 26
“Ethiopia since the revolution”, from The Times
SAD.873/13/27
[1974] Sep 12
“Ethiopia under military rule as Emperor goes”, from the [ Financial Times ]
SAD.873/13/28
1974 Sep 13
Summary of coverage of events in Ethiopia in the British press
SAD.873/13/29
“Ethiopia without Haile Selassie. First, the war on want”, from the Financial Times
SAD.873/13/30
1974 Sep 13
“The final taming of the Lion of Judah”, from the Financial Times
SAD.873/13/31
1974 Sep 16
“The end of Prestor John”, from the Herald Tribune
SAD.873/13/32
“The Lion deposed”, Daily Telegraph editorial (copy)
SAD.873/13/33
[1974] Sep 24
“Ethiopia strike call”
SAD.873/13/34
1975 Feb 4
“Foreigners in Eritrea await general uprising”
SAD.873/13/35
1975 Feb 5
“The secessionists of Eritrea”, from The Times
SAD.873/13/36-40
1962 Mar 16
Order of service in memory of Her Imperial Majesty Itegue Menen of Ethiopia, held in Westminster Abbey
SAD.873/13/41-46
1965
Information booklet on points of interest viewed from internal air journeys on a state visit to Ethiopia by the Duke of Edinburgh
SAD.873/14/1-35
1966- 1972
Text of lectures given by M.S.L. in retirement on “The historical development of Ethiopia”
SAD.873/14/36
[c. 1967]
Article by Stephen Bell on the British war cemetery at Senafe in Ethiopia, containing graves of British soldiers who died during the expedition to Magdala 1867- 1868
SAD.873/14/37-50
1972- 1980
Correspondence relating to M.S.L.'s service in Abyssinia including copy letter to Yseault de Coppet, widow of Meurice de Coppet, the former Minister of France in Addis Ababa (1919- 1922), recalling the happy years they spent there, with replies (873/14/37-43); M.S.L. to L.H. Cramer enclosing a note on the Imperial Club Addis Ababa, 1920-1922 (873/14/44-45); M.S.L. to the Head of Chancery at the British Embassy, Addis Ababa concerning the service of Philip Constantine Zaphiro and the origins of the eucalyptus trees in Addis Ababa, with reply (873/14/46-50)
SAD.873/15/1-4
1972 Jul 22
Special report from The Times on Ethiopia
SAD.873/15/5-7
1973 Feb 23
Copy of The Ethiopian Herald including a report on Princess Anne's visit to the country
SAD.873/15/8-11
1974
Summary of British and international press coverage of the Ethiopian coup
SAD.873/15/12-16
1974- 1975
Short accounts by Leslie H. Cramer and M.S.L. of the history of the Imperial Racing Club, Addis Ababa, with covering letters from Mrs. C. Sandford and Cramer to M.S.L.
SAD.873/15/17-18
1975 Mar
Confidential report on the deteriorating situation in Ethiopia
SAD.873/15/19-20
1975 Oct 14
Invitation to the memorial service and presentation of Garter Banner for the late Emperor Haile Selassie I at St. George's Chapel, Windsor Castle, with related press cutting
SAD.873/15/21-38
1976 Jan 30 - Apr 27
Papers relating to the imprisonment of members of the Royal Family in Ethiopia including a confidential memorandum by Pamela Finsaas, correspondence between James Callaghan, Dame Lucy Sutherland, Sir Christopher Cox, Stephen Sandford and M.S.L., and copy of Colin Legum's article from The Observer
SAD.873/15/39-42
1976 May 2 - 12
Copy letter from the Countess Di Lupis to Dame Lucy Sutherland concerning her efforts to raise support in Sweden for the imprisoned princesses, with copy letter sent by the present and former principals of Newnham College, Cambridge and Lady Margaret Hall, Oxford to Brigadier General Teferi Benti, Chairman of the Provisional Military Government in Addis Ababa appealing for the release of the princesses
SAD.873/15/43-48
1976 Oct 15
Confidential report by H.R. Weber on ‘Revolutionary Ethiopia' based on impressions from a stay in Addis Ababa, 30 Sep to 12 Oct 1976
SAD.873/15/49-53
1978 Jan 9
Copy of a long and detailed letter from Dick Sandford to M.S.L. on the situation in Ethiopia, with covering letter from A.G. Munro of the F.C.O. to M.S.L.
SAD.873/16/1-7
[n.d.]
Article by B. Tsehai on “Anglo-Ethiopian relations 1891-1897: Menelik expands and consolidates his empire and Britain accepts the realities on the Horn of Africa”, based on his unpublished PhD thesis “Anglo-Ethiopian Relations 1934-1942” (University of Bristol, 1980)
SAD.873/16/8
[1980]
Report from The Times of 4 Nov 1955 concerning celebrations in Addis Ababa for the Emperor's silver jubilee coronation anniversary
SAD.873/16/9-14
1982 Mar 18
Text of the John Hack Memorial Lecture delivered by Dr. Befekadu Tsehai at the Africa Centre, London on the history of the Anglo-Ethiopian Society, with note of tribute to John Hack
SAD.873/16/15-16
“Reflections on the future of the Anglo-Ethiopian Society”, a paper by A. Raven Roberts
SAD.873/16/17-34
Ethiopian Tourist Organisation information on Addis Ababa, its history, buildings and tourist attractions
2. Papers relating to the Sudan
SAD.874/1/1-24
1916 May 28 - 1983 Nov 9
Miscellaneous personal correspondence relating to the Sudan including Alex Boyd from Omdurman to Ruscombe Sandford (brother of Dan Sandford) concerning progress of work on his motor boat and the success against `Ali Dinar at El Fasher (874/1/1); Marjorie Crawford (wife of Bill Crawford) to Mrs. Lush re the Atbara bridge incident which involved both their husbands (874/1/2-3); Douglas Newbold and Ned Mayall to Mrs. Lush re prospects for the return of wives to the Sudan (874/1/4-5); M.S.L. to the Archbishop of Canterbury recommending Archdeacon Johnston as bishop for the new Diocese of Egypt, with reply (874/1/6-7); letters from Sudanese servants (874/1/8-12); O. El Hadari, Sudanese Ambassador in Karachi re the death of Sayyid `Abd al-Rahman al-Mahdi (874/1/13); Richard Hill with thoughts on C.A. Willis (874/1/15-16); Philip Ingleson to Mabel Purves and M.S.L. concerning the sale of a Ford motor car purported to have belonged to the Governor of Northern Province (874/1/17-18); Brigadier-General J.D. Lunt re his projected book on overseas local military forces maintained by the Crown colonies (874/1/20-21); John Winder with memories of service in Upper Nile Province (874/1/23-24)
SAD.874/1/25-30
Humorous verse:
SAD.874/1/25
[c. 1916]
Sir R. Wingate's visit to Omdurman
SAD.874/1/26
[n.d.]
“Hail to the King of Atbara...”
SAD.874/1/27-30
[c. 1938 - 1939]
“Ye Palms”, possibly by Pamela Crowther-Smith, au pair in Damer
SAD.874/1/31-40
1927 Jan 3
Account by Arnold Heim, a German aviator, of a visit to Abwong in the company of the District Commissioner, P. Coriat, with covering letter from M.S.L.
SAD.874/1/41-44
1930
Papers relating to the Anglo-Egyptian Treaty negotiations of 1930 including copy extract from an unknown book on the negotiations; copy telegram to Sir J. Maffey, Governor-General, from the F.O., setting out the wording of the Sudan article, with reply reiterating the opposition of the Sudan Government to the participation of Egypt in the administration of the Sudan
SAD.874/1/45-46
1930 May 8
Copy telegram from the F.O. to Mr. Hoare, Cairo concerning the breakdown in Anglo-Egyptian Treaty negotiations in London
SAD.874/1/47-56
1931 Mar - Jun and 1939 May
Notes of maximum and minimum temperatures at Dueim, 1931 and Ed Damer, 1939
SAD.874/2/1-2
1932 Aug 12
Photograph of habub over Khartoum, from The Times
SAD.874/2/3-8
1936
Papers relating to the 1936 Anglo-Egyptian Treaty negotiations including record of a meeting between Sir Stewart Symes, Governor-General and the Egyptian delegation at Alexandria on 29 Jul 1936, with covering telegram from Miles Lampson, High Commissioner, to the F.O.; press cuttings re the outcome of the negotiations
SAD.874/2/9-10
1936
Articles by Marjery Perham from The Times on the Sudan, entitled “I. From Khartoum to Equatoria” and “II. Planning for native prosperity”
SAD.874/2/11
[c. 1938]
Letter to Mr. Ferguson from El Haj Muhammad Ahmad, Book-keeper Kitiab, requesting a transfer to another station after an assault on his wife
SAD.874/2/12
1939 Jun 17
Memorandum from M.S.L., Governor Northern Province, to the Civil Secretary suggesting the substitution of the title ‘The Province of the Nile' for Northern Province
SAD.874/2/13-24
1939
Account by M.S.L. of his return trip to the Sudan on the first convoy to leave Britain after the outbreak of war, with letter of 10 Sep 1939 to his mother describing life on board ship
SAD.874/2/25-30
1940 Sep 8
Form of prayer preached at the Church of St Philip the Deacon, Atbara
SAD.874/2/31-34
1940 Nov - Dec
Cuttings from a number of newspapers including the Evening Standard, and the Daily Telegraph and Morning Post on operations against the Italians in Kassala and Somaliland
SAD.874/2/35
1940 Nov 7
“Who holds Khartoum holds one of the keys to Egypt”, by J. Wentworth Day from the Daily Telegraph and Morning Post
SAD.874/2/36
1941 Oct 25
Memorandum from A.B.B. Howell, Controller Sudan Government London Office, concerning exit permits for wives and families of Sudan Government officials to proceed to the Sudan
SAD.874/3/1-33
1942 Jun
Lecture by G.W. Titherington entitled “The Anglo-Egyptian Sudan”, with letters to Maj. and Mrs. Titherington from Ellen and Alf Falke-Johnson concerning Christmas at Merowe, Dec 1944 - Jan 1945
SAD.874/3/34-36
1943
Photograph of a portrait of Bishop Gwynne in clerical robes, with programme for the celebrations on his 80th birthday
SAD.874/3/37-43
1947
Inventory and statement of receipts and payments for furniture and household effects of M.S.L.
SAD.874/3/44
[post 1950]
Note of H.A. MacMichael's views on Gordon, the Church Saloon and the inscription on Douglas Newbold's memorial tablet in Khartoum Cathedral
SAD.874/3/45-46
1960 May 14
Programme for the unveiling of the Gordon statue at Gordon Boys' School
SAD.874/4/1-33
1966- 1967
Lecture by M.S.L. to V.S.O. recruits on life in the Sudan
SAD.874/5/1-56
1973 Dec 6 - 1988 Nov 7
Personal correspondence relating to the Sudan including between M.S.L. and L.E. Forbes re a visit to the Sudan Archive, with notes on papers consulted there (874/5/1,3-7); J.F.E.Bloss re his photographic collection (874/5/9); P.P. Howell re progress with his history of the Sudan Political Service (874/5/16-19); John Barclay Jacobs, enclosing a photograph of British servicemen at HQ Central Madagascar, May 1943 (874/5/32-33); Teddy Thompson, M.S.L. and John Clayton re the career of St George Charles Henry, former Adjutant General of the Egyptian Army (874/5/39-43); L.E. Forbes re Sudanese newspapers, with reply (874/5/48-49); Hugh Malet re reminiscences of General Gordon (874/5/55)
SAD.874/6/1
1975 Oct 10
Part copy of speech by Martin Parr in praise of Sir Angus Gillan (For a complete copy, see SAD.1053/6/77-79.)
SAD.874/6/2
1976 May 19
Obituary of Mohammed Aboudi, former sufragi to Sir Miles Lampson in Cairo and later for the Stirling brothers
SAD.874/6/3-15
1978 Oct 31 - 1990 Feb 9
Correspondence relating to the S.D.F. including letters from the Imperial War Museum and the Oxford Development Records Project concerning their programme to tape reminiscences of officers and N.C.O.s who served with the British forces in Africa and news from P.A.R. Lindsay of contacts with Sudanese
SAD.874/6/16-28
1981
Replies by M.S.L. to a questionnaire from Dr. Francis Deng covering relations between British and Sudanese, with related letters to M.S.L. from Amir El Sawi, Sudanese Ambassador to Britain and Francis Deng, Sudanese Ambassador to Canada, and copy replies. The answers were later incorporated in Bonds of silk:the human factor in the British administration of the Sudan by F.M. Deng and M.W. Daly (Michigan State University, 1989)
SAD.874/6/29-55
1984
Articles by Isabel Winder, with covering letter to M.S.L.:
SAD.874/6/29-49
“A picture of life on the Upper Nile: Malakal”
SAD.874/6/50-52
“Malakal: the making of the township”
SAD.874/5/53-55
“Polo in Malakal”
SAD.874/7/1-18
1986 Mar 20 - Apr 17
Papers relating to the Sudan Forest Project and SOS Sahel International, in particular correspondence concerning a proposed afforestation scheme in Nile Province, sponsored by the Borough of Kensington and Chelsea
SAD.874/7/19
1986 Mar 24
Sudan Defence Force Dinner Club special newsletter concerning the decision of Brig. Bobby Popham to resign as President and the publication of Tales vol II
SAD.874/7/20
[c. 1986]
Copy press report on ‘Sudan's war of secession'
SAD.874/7/21-23
1987 Jan 4
Circular letter from ‘Pervaneh', a British girl teaching in the Sudan, to her sponsors re her life and work at El Hosh Higher Secondary School for Girls in Gezira Province
SAD.874/7/24-30
1988 May 12
Paper delivered by L.E. Forbes at the SOAS Workshop on Photographs in African History, entitled “African photographic resources in the Sudan Archive of the University of Durham”
SAD.874/7/31-46
1988
Draft obituary by M.S.L. of C.E. Fouracres, formerly of the Sudan Political Service (died 9 Aug 1988)
3. Papers relating to Egypt
SAD.874/8/1
n.d.
Postcard showing a bird's eye view of the Suez Canal, World War I
SAD.874/8/2-13
1934 Nov 10 - 1938 Jul 22
Correspondence relating to M.S.L.'s service as Sudan Agent in Cairo, including J.A. Gillan informing M.S.L. of his appointment (874/8/3); M.S.L. to J.A. de C. Hamilton, his predecessor as Sudan Agent, re arrangements for housing in Cairo (874/8/4) and to Gillan, accepting the appointment (874/8/5); G.S. Symes, Governor-General re the progress of treaty negotiations in London (874/8/7) and in appreciation of M.S.L.'s role in Cairo (874/8/8); Andrew Holden and the committee of the Anglo-American Hospital in Cairo re M.S.L.'s resignation as chairman (874/8/9-11); farewell telegram from Lampson, the British Ambassador, to M.S.L. (874/8/12) with letter of thanks in reply (874/8/13)
SAD.874/8/14-65
1935 Apr - 1936 Aug
Loose leaf appointments diary
SAD.874/9/1-20
[c. 1936 - 1937]
Hospitality book recording social engagements in Cairo. Accounts with shops in Cairo are listed at the back of the book, while lists of cinemas and French lessons were added in 1948
SAD.874/10/50-61
1938 Apr
Press reports on the opening and consecration of All Saints' Cathedral, Cairo:
SAD.874/10/51-55
1938 Apr 25
The Egyptian Gazette. Cairo Cathedral Supplement
SAD.874/10/56-61
1938 Apr 26
Egyptian Mail (part copy, some pages photocopied)
SAD.874/10/1-2
[c. 1946]
Obituary of Arthur F. Yencken, former Head of Chancery, H.M. Embassy Cairo, 1936
SAD.874/10/3-25
1947- 1955
Papers relating to the El Alamein service held on the anniversary of the Battle of El Alamein in October each year:
SAD.874/10/3-4
1947 Oct 23
Prayers
SAD.874/10/5-8
1949
Address, possibly by Archdeacon F.F. Johnston
SAD.874/10/9-11
1950
Address by Archdeacon F.F. Johnston
SAD.874/10/12-17
1952, 1956
Addresses
SAD.874/10/18-19
1955
Poem written after a recent visit to El Alamein
SAD.874/10/20-25
1952, 1956
Orders of service, with press cutting about the 1956 service
SAD.874/10/26-29
1954 Oct 24
Order of ceremony for the unveiling of the Alamein memorial by Field Marshall Viscount Montgomery of Alamein
SAD.874/10/30-37
1957- 1988
Papers relating to the Cathedral Church of All Saints, Cairo including a copy of a cutting from The Times of 7 Mar 1957 concerning the unveiling of the Eighth Army memorial (874/10/30); cutting from The Times concerning plans to demolish the cathedral and erect a new cathedral in another part of the city (874/10/31); letters concerning the future of the ‘Montgomery' window after its removal from the old cathedral (874/10/32-33); and invitation to M.S.L. to the consecration of the new cathedral, with copy reply and account of the ceremony, 1988 (874/10/34- 37)
SAD.874/10/38
Plan of All Saints' Cathedral, Cairo and subsidiary buildings
SAD.874/10/39-49
1978 Jul
Correspondence relating to the future of the Eighth Army memorial window which was removed from Cairo Cathedral before demolition of the building. As its future in the new cathedral was uncertain, M.S.L. investigated the possibility of moving the window to a permanent site in the U.K.
4. Papers relating to Tripolitania
SAD.874/11/1-12
1943 Mar 9 - Sep 12
Personal correspondence including M.S.L. to Douglas Newbold, Civil Secretary Khartoum, re his work as Chief Civil Affairs Officer, B.M.A., the establishment of provincial government, food shortages, the Italian colonisation scheme and the role of the S.D.F. (874/11/1-5); A.R. Ferrier re the disposal of M.S.L.'s goods left in Khartoum (874/11/6); and Ian Carr to Mrs. Lush re the need for M.S.L. to have a complete rest after the strain of his work in Tripolitania (874/11/8-9)
SAD.874/11/13-15
1984 Feb 4
Account by Ian Carr (P.A. to M.S.L. in Tripolitania 1943-1944) of a visit to Tripoli by King George VI in 1943
SAD.874/11/16-66
[n.d.]
Article on Jeremy Bentham's (1748-1832) constitution for Tripoli, 1823
5. Papers relating to Libya
SAD.874/12/1-5
1946 Sep 10
Article entitled “Taxation of the profits of the oil industry: the principle of depletion”
SAD.874/12/6-7
1951 Jul
Text of lecture on “The ABC of the petroleum industry”
SAD.874/12/8-9
1951 Oct
Notes on the history and organisation of the Royal Dutch Shell Group
SAD.874/12/10-12
1952 Feb 22
Note on the principle of 50/50 sharing of profits from the oil industry
SAD.874/12/13-15
1952 Mar 17 - 1954 Oct 21
Press cuttings relating to Libya:
SAD.874/12/13
1952 Mar 17
“A new African state. Hopes and prospects in the kingdom of Libya”, from The Times
SAD.874/12/14
1954 Mar 5
“Sir Ernest Booly visits Tripoli”, from the vernacular newspaper Tarablus el Gharb (copy)
SAD.874/12/15
1954 Oct 21
“Dangers of tribal unrest in Libya”, from The Times
SAD.874/12/16-21
1952 Sep 1
Note on the depletion allowance for income tax purposes
SAD.874/12/22
1952
Translation of the Libyan national anthem by M.S.L.
SAD.874/12/23-24
1953 Mar 13
Memorandum of comment on foreign exchange with relation to the oil industry
SAD.874/12/25-27
1954 Dec 31
Memorandum by the Mining Department on the boundary between Tripolitania and the Fezzan
SAD.874/12/28-40
[c. 1954]
Paper by J.B. Kay entitled “Some considerations governing the winning of oil”
SAD.874/12/41-42
1955 Mar 29
Memorandum of agreement between the federal and provincial governments concerning the Petroleum Law of 1955
SAD.874/12/43-45
1955 May 16
Letter from M.S.L. to his son Julian setting out the constitutional problem facing the Libyan Government and the oil companies operating in Libya
SAD.874/12/46-48
1955 Sep 22 - Oct 5
Letter of greetings from Saddigh Muntasser, Libyan Ambassador to the U.S.A., to M.S.L., with reply
SAD.874/12/49-63
1955 Oct 26 - Dec 30
Correspondence between M.S.L. and staff of the Anglo-Saxon Petroleum Company concerning the end of his contract in Libya, arrangements for the handover to his successor and his appointment to Pakistan
SAD.874/12/64-70
[c. 1955]
Inventory of household goods in Anglo-Saxon house, property of Anglo-Saxon Petroleum Company and M.S.L.
SAD.874/12/72-73
1956 Mar 19
Notes on Libyan conditions for expatriate employees
6. Papers relating to Pakistan
SAD.875/1/1-8
1956 Apr 8, 1959 Feb 1
Letters home to family from M.S.L., giving his first impressions of Karachi on his arrival as Managing Director and describing in some detail for his wife the house which he plans to let (875/1/1-4) and, nearing the end of his service, concerning the visit of Prince Philip to Pakistan, visitors expected in the next few weeks and plans for the return journey to the U.K. (875/1/8)
SAD.875/1/9-148; 875/2/1-104
1956 May 17 - 1958 Sep 30
Semi-official papers relating to M.S.L.'s service as Managing Director, Pakistan Shell Oil Co. Ltd., consisting mainly of correspondence concerning payment and insurance, arrangements for the journey out to Pakistan and the shipment of personal and household effects, the purchase of a beach hut and boat, presentation of a challenge cup to the local horseshow, arrangements for Shell directors to entertain the Prime Minister of Pakistan in London in 1957, leave dates, appointment of new staff, support for the employment of Cecil Greatorex, restrictions on entertainment, handover to M.S.L.'s successor H.G. Llewellyn, arrangements for the return trip to the U.K. at the end of his service and monthly expense accounts
SAD.875/3/1
1957 Nov 15
Address of welcome to M.S.L. fom the members of the Working Committee of the Employees' Association of Pakistan Shell Oil Co. Ltd., Chittagong
SAD.875/3/2
[1958?] Jun 2
List of those attending for cocktails to say ‘au revoir' before going on leave
SAD.875/3/3-4
1958- 1959
Telegrams to M.S.L. from family members
SAD.875/3/5-7
1958- 1959
Press cuttings, Pakistan:
SAD.875/3/5
1958 Nov 27
From the Pakistan Observer, Dacca concerning the arrival of Mr. G. Stewart Taitt
SAD.875/3/6-7
1959 Oct 27
“Ayub and former Sind”, by Dr. Arifshah Gilani, Principal Government College, Hyderabad, from Dawn Revolution Day Supplement, in praise of the President of Pakistan
SAD.875/3/8-12
1959 Feb 10
Invitation to M.S.L. and his wife to attend a dinner on the occasion of the visit by the Duke of Edinburgh, with musical programme and menu
SAD.875/3/13-18
1959 May 1 - 2
Press releases and cuttings from Dawn, Times of Karachi and Morning News concerning M.S.L.'s resignation as Managing Director of Pakistan Shell Oil Co., and his replacement by Mr. H.G. Llewellyn
SAD.875/3/19
1959 May 2
Farewell address to Mr. amd Mrs. Lush by members of the Shell Recreation Club
SAD.875/3/20
1959 May 2
Printed copy of farewell address to M.S.L. by O.F. Moore Bocarro for the staff of Pakistan Shell Oil Co. Ltd.
SAD.875/3/21
[c. 1959]
Printed list of telephone numbers for the management of Pakistan Shell Oil Co. Ltd., Karachi
SAD.875/3/22
[n.d.]
Strike leaflet issued by the Pakistan Petroleum Workers Federation
7. Retirement
SAD.875/4/1-50
1980
Text of interview between M.S.L. and Dr. Douglas Johnson on behalf of the Oxford Dvelopment Records Project and the Imperial War Museum, with related correspondence. The interview covers M.S.L.'s family background and education, war service and subsequent career in Abyssinia and the Sudan
8. Personal Papers
SAD.875/5/1-177
Obituaries (drafts and published) and other related papers such as letters of sympathy, orders of service, etc., for friends and former colleagues, many of whom had served with M.S.L. in the Middle East and N. Africa:
SAD.875/5/1-2
Allen, Dr. Geoffry (d. 1982)
SAD.875/5/3
Angus, Madge
SAD.875/5/4
Arkell, Rev. A.J., former Commissioner for Archaeology and Anthropology, Sudan Government (d. 1980)
SAD.875/5/5-19
Banting, Christine Elizabeth (d. 1987)
SAD.875/5/20-29
Boustead, Sir Hugh (d. 1980)
SAD.875/5/30-31
Blackley, Travers R., formerly Sudan Political Service and B.M.A. in Addis Ababa and Tripolitania (d. 1982)
SAD.875/5/32-41
Bredin, George, formerly Sudan Political Service (d. 1983)
SAD.875/5/42
Collings, Maj. Gen. Wilfred (d. 1984)
SAD.875/5/43
Constable, Evhy
SAD.875/5/44
Cumming, Sir Duncan, formerly Sudan Political Service (d. 1979)
SAD.875/5/45
Cunningham, Gen. Sir Alan (d. 1983)
SAD.875/5/46
Davies, C.G., formerly Sudan Political Service (d. 1981)
SAD.875/5/47
Erskine, Sir Derek, formerly of the Kenya Legislative Council (d. 1977)
SAD.875/5/48
Fletcher, Elizabeth (d. 1898)
SAD.875/5/49-50
Fouracres, C.E., former Sudan Agent in Cairo (d. 1988)
SAD.875/5/51-52
Furlonge, Sir Geoffry, former diplomat (d. 1984)
SAD.875/5/53-54
Furse, Annie Barton (d. 1977)
SAD.875/5/55-56
Gilroy, John (d. 1985)
SAD.875/5/57-66
Gillan, Sir Angus, formerly Sudan Political Service (d. 1981)
SAD.875/5/67-70
Gordon, Charles George (d. 1885)
SAD.875/5/71
Guinness, Paul (d. 1986)
SAD.875/5/72
Hardman, Donald (d. 1982)
SAD.875/5/73-74
Harris, Sir Arthur ‘Bomber' (d. 1984)
SAD.875/5/75-81
Harrison, Maxwell A.B. and Richardson, J.N. (d. 1940 at Atbara, Sudan)
SAD.875/5/82
Haselden, E.C., formerly Sudan Political Service (d. 1988)
SAD.875/5/83-84
Henderson, K.D.D., formerly Sudan Political Service (d. 1988)
SAD.875/5/85
Henn, Thomas R., formerly of St. Catharine's College, Cambridge (d. 1974)
SAD.875/5/86-87
Hill, Charles Mervyn (d. 1982)
SAD.875/5/88
Howe, Sir Robert, former Governor-General of the Sudan (d. 1981)
SAD.875/5/89-90
Huxley, Sir Julian (d. 1975)
SAD.875/5/91
Kemp-Welch, Lady Diana
SAD.875/5/92
Kleinwort, Ernest, former banker (d. 1977)
SAD.875/5/93-96
Law, Richard (Lord Coleraine, d. 1980)
SAD.875/5/97-98
Leese, Lieut. Gen. Sir Oliver Hargreaves (d. 1980)
SAD.875/5/99-108
Lindsell, Anne Margaret (d. 1988)
SAD.875/5/109-115
Macphail, J.G.S. (d. 1986)
SAD.875/5/116-118
Maffey, Sir John (Lord Rugby), former governor-General of the Sudan (d. 1969)
SAD.875/5/119
Marsden-Smedley, Hester (d. 1982)
SAD.875/5/120-124
Menen, Itegue, Empress of Ethiopia (d. 1962)
SAD.875/5/125-129
Moreton, Captain Noel, formerly R.A.F. (d. 1985)
SAD.875/5/130-131
Morris, Sir Willie, former Ambassador to Egypt (d. 1982)
SAD.875/5/132-139
Parr, Martin, formerly Sudan Political Service (d. 1985)
SAD.875/5/140-150
Pawson, Albert Guy and Helen (d. 1986 and 1980)
SAD.875/5/151
Platt, Gen. Sir William (d. 1975)
SAD.875/5/152-156
Robertson, Sir James, former Civil Secretary, Sudan Government (d. 1983)
SAD.875/5/157-159
Rowlatt, Mary (d. 1983)
SAD.875/5/160-163
Sandford, Dan and Christine (d. 1972 and 1975)
SAD.875/5/164-165
Schuster, Sir George, formerly Financial Secretary, Sudan Government (d. 1982)
SAD.875/5/166
Stone, Rear Admiral E.W. (d. 1981)
SAD.875/5/167
Thorne, Diana (d. 1982)
SAD.875/5/168-169
Tufnell, Olga (d. 1983)
SAD.875/5/170-172
Ward-Perkins, Dr. John Bryan (d. 1981)
SAD.875/5/173-177
Letters concerning unidentified friends
9. Memoirs
SAD.875/6/1-3
Extract from the First World War memoirs of Capt. Lawrence Gameson, particularly relating to his friendship with M.S.L. in Lille, France before his appointment to Addis Ababa
SAD.875/6/4-88
Memoirs of Charles Edward Francis Turner's service as Staff Captain (Q) at HQ British Troops in Egypt, 1935-1940 consisting chiefly of edited copies of letters home from Turner and his wife to his mother during 1935-1936 when he lived with his family in Cairo, and from Turner to his wife in Britain during war service in Cairo. Interspersed with the letters are reports, photographs and newspaper cuttings (mostly photocopies - see below).
Part 1: From Turner and his wife in Cairo, 4 Apr to 1 Aug describing his work, their social life and progress of the children. From Turner on board SS Zamalek describing visits to Baalbek, Antioch, Haifa, Acre, Cyprus, etc., 15-22 Aug 1935. From Turner and his wife in Cairo, 7 Sep 1935-25 Jan 1936
Part 2: Copy extracts from letters home from Turner in Cairo describing in some detail his work as Lt. Col. in charge of ‘Q' movements on Gen. Wavell's staff at GHQ Middle East, 5 May-28 Dec 1940 and of trips to Sudan, Palestine and Transjordan.
Enclosures:
SAD.875/6/10
Photograph of Nurse Hanni Schmidt with Martin (Turner's son), 1935
SAD.875/6/11
Photograph of Frances and Martin, Turner's children, at New Grotto House, Gezira, Cairo, 1936
SAD.875/6/42
Photograph of Turner with P.S.T.O. Commodore Vaughan-Jones in his launch and Jackie Leese at Port Said, meeting a troop ship, 1940
SAD.875/6/52-53
Photographs of Sir William Dobbie and Sybil Dobbie
SAD.875/6/54
Photograph of Lt. Gen. Sir Arthur Smith
SAD.875/6/56-57
Report by Capt. A.B. Shearer on a trip to Aden to supervise the evacuation of troops from Somaliland, 30 Aug 1940
SAD.875/6/60-61
Portrait of Gen. Wavell, with photograph of Wavell and his wife
SAD.875/6/62-63
Photographs of Gen. Wavell and Gen. de Gaulle and of Col. Sandford, Emperor Haile Selassie and Maj. Wingate
SAD.875/6/64
Photograph of Anthony Eden and Gen. Dill
SAD.875/6/65-68
Photographs of Generals Platt, Freyberg, Maitland Wilson and Arthur Smith
SAD.875/6/69
Map of N.E. Africa showing the route from Benghazi to Berbera
SAD.875/6/71
Photograph of Lord Greenhill
SAD.875/6/72
Map of the Middle East
SAD.875/6/87-88
Photograph and obituaries for Field Marshall Wavell and Maj. Gen. R.K. Hewer
SAD.875/7/1-171
1978 Nov
Memoirs of Gabs Kfouri, written in response to a request by M.S.L. The memoirs cover Kfouri's education in England and his life in the Sudan where his father took over the Dairy, and comprise a series of anecdotes rather than a chronological account. Among the persons and subjects covered are his education at Malvern (875/7/3-7); memories of G.B. Crole (875/7/5-6); his return to the Sudan in 1924 (875/7/7-10); his first job in Khartoum (875/7/10- 11); his father as life president of the Syrian community (875/7/11); memories of Samuel Bey Atiyah, including the visit of Sudanese shaykhs to Britain for the victory celebrations in 1919 (875/7/11-23); Edward Atiyah (875/7/23-30); Michael Atiyah (875/7/31-32); the role of donkeys as a form of transport (875/7/32-41); native police (875/7/42); local newspapers (875/7/42-44); Sudanese opinions of District Commissioners, including T.F.G. Carless, G.F. Foley and T. Maclagan (875/7/46-50); the judicial system and the use of witch doctors (875/7/50-52); Jack Driberg and Douglas Newbold (875/7/52-56); H.A. MacMichael (875/7/58); anecdotes illustrating the Sudanese sense of humour (875/7/63-64); Fowles, Superintendent of Prisons and tales of prisoners and their crimes (875/7/65-74); Italian deserters (875/7/74-76); participation on Lady Symes' committee to organise a charity ball (875/7/77-79); the death of his wife (875/7/80); Bishop Gwynne (875/7/81-83); takeover of the dairy by Kfouri's father (875/7/84-87); waiving of tolls on Blue Nile bridge (875/7/87- 91); battles with the Department of Economics and Trade (875/7/91-94); Sudan Light and Power Co. (875/7/94); incidents of attempted corruption (875/7/95-96); Kfouri's father (875/7/97-99); George N. Morhig (875/7/99-100); Contomichalos (875/7/100-101); the telephone (875/7/101-104); motor transport (875/7/106-108); Douglas Newbold (875/7/110- 111); Prideaux, dentist (875/7/111-114); G.W. Grabham (875/7/114-116); Fay Vair, wife of Jock Vair (875/7/116-117); Hugh Boustead (875/7/121-122); Kfouri appointed meat supplier to British troops (875/7/124-129); Sudan during World War II (875/7/129-137); visits to England during the war (875/7/138-144); visit of Nasser to Khartoum (875/7/145); Sayyid Muhammad Khalifah al-Sharif and `Abd Allah Khalil, later P.M. of the Sudan (875/7/147- 150); strike at the dairy (875/7/152-155); memories of government officials, particularly Jack Hynd (875/7/157-158); Merryweather of the Atbara ginning factory (875/7/162-163). Attached:
SAD.875/7/167-171
1952 Mar 18
Copy letter from Kfouri to ‘Fay' re the total eclipse of the sun, visible in Khartoum
SAD.875/8/1-11
[c. 1980]
Series of short memoirs of life in the Sudan by Marjorie Crawford, wife of Bill Crawford (Sudan Political Service 1922-1944), covering the creation of a garden at Makwar with the help of Lady Stokes (1927), Wad Medani (1927-1932), Southern Darfur (1933-1936) and Northern Province (1936-1944), with covering letter to M.S.L.
10. Photographic Material
SAD.870/5/1-6
1919
Contact prints of postcards of Aden:
SAD.870/5/1
General view, Aden
SAD.870/5/2
The main pass
SAD.870/5/3
Steamer point (barracks)
SAD.870/5/4
Post Office and the bay
SAD.870/5/5
The Grand Hotel
SAD.870/5/6
Round the crescent
SAD.870/6/1-6
1920
Contact prints of original photographs of Abyssinia:
SAD.870/6/1
Drive to H.M. Legation, Addis Ababa 1920, eucalyptus trees lining the road
SAD.870/6/2
Durbar Hall, H.M. Legation, Addis Ababa 1920
SAD.870/6/3
Tukls at H.M. Legation, Addis Ababa 1920
SAD.870/6/4-5
Group seated at table, left to right (from vase of flowers): Dejazmatch (facing left), Mr. Russell, Mme de Coppet, Ras Taffari, Mrs. Russell, M. de Coppet, Mme Boucairan, C.H. Cane. The Corps Diplomatique
SAD.870/6/6
Unidentified view of river
SAD.871/4/1-141
1920- 1922
Album of photographs covering M.S.L.'s service as Secretary to H.M. Legation, Addis Ababa and a visit to Egypt in 1922. Contact prints from an original album still in the possession of the Lush family, reproduced in the same order and with original captions:
SAD.871/4/1
Camels at Aden
SAD.871/4/2
Hotel Rhigas, Djibuti
SAD.871/4/3
A wayside station
SAD.871/4/4
Native selling fruit and eggs at a station
SAD.871/4/5
Breakdown on the Franco-Ethiopian railway. Jacking up the engine
SAD.871/4/6
Telephoning for a relief train
SAD.871/4/7
Passenger train, Franco-Ethiopian railway
SAD.871/4/8-9
The view westward from H.B.M. Legation, Addis Ababa, 1920
SAD.871/4/10
Ph. C. Zaphiro and C.H. Cane on the Legation steps
SAD.871/4/11
The terraces in front of the Legation with Yakka hill in the background
SAD.871/4/12
Mt. Wochocho in the clouds: a view from the Legation
SAD.871/4/13
The Legation compound: part of the native tukls
SAD.871/4/14-25
Addis Ababa, 1920
SAD.871/4/14
Wochocho from Yakka hill
SAD.871/4/15
Errer and Shola plain, from Yakka hill
SAD.871/4/16
Miss Sharp, Mme de Coppet, J.H. Dodds and M.S.L. in front of the Legation
SAD.871/4/17
J.H. Dodds and C.F. Rey
SAD.871/4/19
C.F. Plowman aiming shotgun
SAD.871/4/20
The main drive, H.M. Legation 871/4/21,24 Gymkhana at H.M. Legation
SAD.871/4/22
S.M. Sharp and M.S.L.
SAD.871/4/23
Left to right: F.C., D.G. Porter, N.A.D. Sharp, J.H. [Humphreys?], E.B. Hawkins and C.S.
SAD.871/4/25
Ph. C. Zaphiro
SAD.871/4/26-37
Addis Ababa, 1921
SAD.871/4/26
S.M. Sharp., C.S. and F.C.
SAD.871/4/27
Left to right: J.H. [Humphreys?], S.M. Sharp, N.A.D. Sharp, D.G. Porter and E.B. Hawkins
SAD.871/4/28
Arnold Hodson and C.H. Walker
SAD.871/4/29
Ph. C. Zaphiro on the steps of the Legation
SAD.871/4/30
J.H. Dodds, M.S.L., S.M.S. and J.H.
SAD.871/4/31
Mme de Coppet
SAD.871/4/32
British Legation staff and Indian escort, Jan 1921. Left to right: Arnold Hodson (Consul Mega), C.H. Porter (Asst. Sec.), C.H. Cane (Vice Consul), J.H. Dodds (Chargé d'Affaires), M.S. Lush (Secretary), Ph. Zaphiro (Oriental Secretary), N. Dyce Sharp (Physician), A.D. Home (Consul Gondar)
SAD.871/4/33
Presentation of credentials by H.M. Minister: N.A.D. Sharp, A. Hodson, M.S.L., A.D. Home, Ph. Zaphiro, C.H. Cane, D.G. Porter, Mrs. Russell, C. Russell, J.H. Dodds
SAD.871/4/35
Left to right: M.S.L., C.H. Cane, E.B. Hawkins, C. Russell, A.D. Home, C.H. Walker, A. Hodson, Ph. Zaphiro
SAD.871/4/36
Dafadar, Pagat, Singh and Sowars, 12th Cavalry, Indian escort to H.M. Minister
SAD.871/4/37
The crowd at Temgat or Epiphany
SAD.871/4/38-49
Temgat, 1920
SAD.871/4/38
Ras Taffari's bodyguard
SAD.871/4/39
H.M. Empress Zanditou at the Legation (under umbrella)
SAD.871/4/40
Arrival of a chief at Temgat
SAD.871/4/41
Chief's retinue outside church
SAD.871/4/42
Crowd coming to church at Temgat
SAD.871/4/43
Temgat warrior dance
SAD.871/4/44
Part of the crowd outside the church
SAD.871/4/45
Part of the crowd. The man in the middle on horseback is the chief
SAD.871/4/46-47
Dance of priests, Temgat. The ark is under the canopy
SAD.871/4/48
Gerazmatch outside church
SAD.871/4/49
Ras Taffari, Dejazmatch and Getatcho
SAD.871/4/50
Empress Zanditou on her mule
SAD.871/4/51
Abyssinian priest
SAD.871/4/52
The Ark (under panoply) at feast of Temgat
SAD.871/4/53
The Imperial Club, Addis Ababa
SAD.871/4/54
M.S.L. dressed in riding clothes
SAD.871/4/55
Tennis court at the club
SAD.871/4/56
Back: Comte Cornegliano, D.G. Porter, N.A.D. Sharp. Front: A. Hodson, J. Humphreys, Lt. Carnicia, Dr. Germain, M.S.L.
SAD.871/4/57
Mounting for a paperchase
SAD.871/4/58-59
Game of polo
SAD.871/4/60
M.S.L., Dr. Sharp, Comte Cornegliano, C.H. Cane
SAD.871/4/61
Left to right: J. Humphreys, Comte Cornegliano, J.H. Dodds, E.B. Hawkins, M.S.L., D.A. Sandford, B.A. Crouch and Tharlok Singh
SAD.871/4/62
Polo teams
SAD.871/4/63
Tasfai with ‘Crusader' (horse)
SAD.871/4/64-65
Game of polo
SAD.871/4/66
‘Dobbin' taking the last jump in the steeplechase
SAD.871/4/67
The stone wall in the steeplechase
SAD.871/4/68
Neck to neck in the gentlemen riders
SAD.871/4/69
Dobbin winning the steeplechase
SAD.871/4/70
Spectators at the races
SAD.871/4/71-72
Game of polo
SAD.871/4/73
Riding up to the start of the race
SAD.871/4/74
Steeplechase
SAD.871/4/75
Empress and court at the races
SAD.871/4/76-77
C.H. Cane, J.H. Dodds and M.S.L. at Addis Ababa, 1920
SAD.871/4/78
C.H. Cane, M.S.L. and Ph.C. Zaphiro
SAD.871/4/79
M.S.L. and Ph.C. Zaphiro
SAD.871/4/80
C.H. Cane and Ph.C. Zaphiro
SAD.871/4/81
J. Carter, Arnold Hodson, C.H. Cane, Ph. Zaphiro, N.A. Dyce Sharp
SAD.871/4/82
M. Backhouse, J.H. Dodds, Muhammad Egghi, Ph.C. Zaphiro, Lady Hermione, Miss Sharp, N.A.D. Sharp, Buxton
SAD.871/4/83
Dr. Germain, J. Humphreys, M. Boucoiran, M. de Bellefonds, R. Adams, Mlle de Coppet, Miss Sharp, Ph.C. Zaphiro, Comte Cornegliano, Mrs. Adams, Mme Germain, Mme Boucoiran, Mlle V. de Coppet, J.H. Dodds and Miss Collier
SAD.871/4/84
M.R.B., Ph.C. Zaphiro, J.H. Dodds, M. Boucoiran, S.M. Dyce Sharp, N.A. Dyce Sharp
SAD.871/4/85
C.H. Cane and Walde Sillassie
SAD.871/4/86-97
Addis Ababa, 1921
SAD.871/4/86
Loading mules at the Legation
SAD.871/4/87
Caravan sets off in Jum Jum
SAD.871/4/89
A halt on the way
SAD.871/4/90
Miss Watson, Joan Collier, C.S. [Sharp?]
SAD.871/4/91
T.M., C.H. Cane, J.S.L.H.
SAD.871/4/92
C.S. [Sharp?]
SAD.871/4/93-94,96
Camp at Jum Jum
SAD.871/4/95
C.E.S., J.C., Said
SAD.871/4/98
C.E.S. at camp at Silulta
SAD.871/4/99
Walde Mariam and C.E.S. on ‘Fluffy'
SAD.871/4/100
On the slopes of Wochocho
SAD.871/4/101
C.S. on ‘Cuthbert'
SAD.871/4/102
J.S.L.H. and M.S.L.
SAD.871/4/103
Camp at Monogasha. Luncheon interval
SAD.871/4/104
J.S.L.H., M.S.L. and L.B.
SAD.871/4/105
Loading up on Wochocho
SAD.871/4/106
Wochocho from the western spurs
SAD.871/4/107
Ploughing in Silulta
SAD.871/4/108,116
Wochocho from the west
SAD.871/4/109
Wochocho
SAD.871/4/110-121
Abyssinia, 1921
SAD.871/4/110
Forest path in Jum Jum
SAD.871/4/111
Gorabulcha
SAD.871/4/112
Jum Jum
SAD.871/4/113
Near Falle
SAD.871/4/114
Monogasha
SAD.871/4/115
Our host near Wochocho
SAD.871/4/117
The ‘shum' of Wochocho
SAD.871/4/119
Temgat (Ark of the Covenant)
SAD.871/4/120
Alexandria Bay
SAD.871/4/121
Brindisi
SAD.871/4/122-141
Egypt, 1922
SAD.871/4/122
The Citadel, Cairo
SAD.871/4/123,125-127
The pyramids
SAD.871/4/124
Muslim cemetery near Mina
SAD.871/4/128-129
The sphinx
SAD.871/4/130-133
Nile scenes
SAD.871/4/134-137
Abu Simbel
SAD.871/4/138
Philae
SAD.871/4/139
Aswan rapids
SAD.871/4/140
Looking south from Aswan dam
SAD.871/4/141
Aswan dam
SAD.871/5/1-127
1924- 1930
Album of photographs covering M.S.L.'s service as A.D.C. Kassala Province (1922- 1926), A.D.C. Khartoum and Asst. Civil Secretary (1927-1929) and Private Secretary to the Governor-General (1929-1930). Contact prints from an original album still in the possession of the Lush family, reproduced in the same order and with original captions:
SAD.871/5/1-12
Dongola Province, 1930
SAD.871/5/1
William Nicholls (Governor Berber) and Sir John Maffey (Governor- General)
SAD.871/5/2
Desert terrain
SAD.871/5/3
W. Nicholls and Sir John Maffey
SAD.871/5/4
Sir John Maffey and M.S.L. meeting local shaykhs, 1929
SAD.871/5/5
Maffey disembarking from Nile steamer
SAD.871/5/6
Maffey standing by car
SAD.871/5/7
Visiting an archaeological site
SAD.871/5/8
The Governor-General's party travelling by car
SAD.871/5/9
Nile steamer
SAD.871/5/10-11
Maffey
SAD.871/5/12
Crowd of people coming to meet the Governor-General
SAD.871/5/13
Nile steamer at riverbank, with crowd of onlookers, Dongola Province
SAD.871/5/14-15
Maffey in front of steamer
SAD.871/5/16
Crowd of people
SAD.871/5/17
Area of cultivation on the banks of the Nile
SAD.871/5/18
Native market, Khartoum
SAD.871/5/19
Native market, Omdurman
SAD.871/5/20-21
South view of the Governor-General's palace, Khartoum
SAD.871/5/22
Bishop Gwynne's children's party in the palace gardens, 1929
SAD.871/5/23-29
Shilluk gathering, Upper Nile Province, 1930
SAD.871/5/30
Doka wells
SAD.871/5/31
Shasheina wells
SAD.871/5/32
Shaykh Muhammad Dongolawi
SAD.871/5/34
Serraf Sayed
SAD.871/5/35
Abu Gulud fort, near Gedaref, 1924
SAD.871/5/36
Stop for lunch on trek
SAD.871/5/37
Camels watering in river at Ein Lueiga [Ein el Luweiqa]
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Locusts
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Doka
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Group in front of Serraf Sayed rest house
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Tukls at Serraf Sayed
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Shidding up
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W.B.K.S.
SAD.871/5/46
Hyena caves, Doka
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Doka
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Sudan Club
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Left to right: ‘Dr.' Simpson, A.R.C. Bolton, D.C. Coates, M.W. Parr, M.S.L. and G.E.R. Sandars at the Sudan Club, 1936
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‘Dalchiliya' offices, Khartoum [Secretariat]
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Unidentified views
SAD.871/5/53-54
Gunboat
SAD.871/5/56
Aerial view of All Saints' Church, Khartoum
SAD.871/5/57
Loch Tummel, 1927
SAD.871/5/58-59
River Atbara near Tuklein
SAD.871/5/60
Mr. and Mrs. J.G. Monteith
SAD.871/5/61
Abyssinian mules, Gallabat
SAD.871/5/62,64-66
River Atbara
SAD.871/5/63
Rest house, Tomat
SAD.871/5/67-68
Playing polo, Gedaref 1925
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M.S.L. and A.D. Home
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Mr. and Mrs. J.G. Monteith with mule
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Left to right: W.P. Robinson, Mrs. Monteith, J.G. Monteith, M.S.L.
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J.N. Richardson and Mr. and Mrs. Monteith
SAD.871/5/73
W.P. Robinson, J.G. Monteith and M.S. Lush
SAD.871/5/74
Mrs. Monteith
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J.B.D. and Dr. Cantlie with lepers, Gedaref 1925
SAD.871/5/78
N.C. with lepers at Gedaref, 1925
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Dr. Magher at Gedaref, 1925
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Two camels crossing river
SAD.871/5/81-86
Tribal gathering, Gedaref 1925
SAD.871/5/87-94
Eastern Arab Corps at Gedaref, 1926
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Left to right: M.W. Parr, M.S.L., J. Simpson, A.R.C. Bolton, Dinah Coates, Christmas 1926 871/5/96 P. Ingleson, M.M., G. Ingleson and M.S.L., Christmas 1926
SAD.871/5/97
Tasfai and ‘Shaheen' (horse)
SAD.871/5/98
B.G.M.
SAD.871/5/99
P. Ingleson (D.C. Gedaref) and Mrs. G. Ingleson
SAD.871/5/100
Shagbats 1926, Khartoum
SAD.871/5/101-102
M.S.L., Mrs. Ingleson and P. Ingleson on horseback, Gedaref 1925
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Eastern Arab Corps camp, Gedaref 1925
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P. Ingleson, Mrs. Ingleson, G.E.S. and M.S.L.
SAD.871/5/107
M.S.L., G. Ingleson and G.E.S.
SAD.871/5/108
Gallabat markaz, 1924
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D.C.'s house, Gallabat 1924
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Dabtiyyah, Abyssinia
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Village
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Gallabat, 1924
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Eastern Arab Corps house
SAD.871/5/115-117
Unidentified views
SAD.871/5/118
The fort, Gallabat
SAD.871/5/119
Capak trees
SAD.871/5/120-121
View of Gallabat from jabal
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Gedaref mosque under construction, 1924
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Gum market, Gedaref
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A.D.C.'s house, Gedaref
SAD.871/5/125
Rest house
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Kitchener statue, Khartoum 1924
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Gordon statue, Khartoum 1924
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1929 Dec
Photographs of Sir J. E. Maffey, Governor-General, with Sir Percy Loraine, High Commissioner for Egypt, on an official visit to Khartoum (contact prints):
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Loraine and Maffey inspecting the guard of honour at Khartoum railway station
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Arrival of Maffey and Loraine at Khartoum
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H.E greeting members of the Council at Khartoum railway station. Introduced by Nigel Davidson, the line includes R.K. Winter, Asst. Civil Secretary and F.D. Rugman, Finance
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Guard of honour
SAD.869/5/5
Sir Percy Loraine
SAD.869/5/6
Loraine and Maffey in front of the Gordon statue
SAD.869/5/7-8
Guard of honour marching past
SAD.869/5/9
Sir Percy Loraine (raising hat), Lady Loraine and Sir John Maffey
SAD.871/7/1
1929
Large group photograph of the Civil Secretariat, Khartoum. Front row, left to right: G.E.R. Sandars, C.E.J. Walkley, G.R.F. Bredin, J.D. Craig, H.A. MacMichael, R.K. Winter, M.S.L., A.R.C. Bolton and C.A.E. Lea. Standing behind Winter, C.S.M. Shea
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1930 Jan 17
Large photograph of levée and garden party in the palace gardens on King's Day. At left-hand table, Sir John Maffey and Sayyid `Ali Mirghani (both with backs to camera), Bishop Gwynne and Sir Harold MacMichael
SAD.869/5/10
1930
Aerial view of Khartoum with Blue Nile bridge in the foreground and the White Nile bridge under construction in the distance; S.G.R.& S. dockyard on the right and the Palace in the distance (contact print)
SAD.869/5/13
1930 Mar 21
Photograph of the visit of the Governor-General Sir John Maffey to Korosko, en route Cairo- Khartoum (contact print)
SAD.869/5/11-12
1930 Mar 21 - 29
Photographs of Mrs. Lush in the Palace gardens and M.S.L. on a garden bench (contact prints)
SAD.869/6/1-27
1930 Jan - Feb
Photographs of Sir John Maffey on tour to Dongola and Wadi Halfa, with M.S.L. as Private Secretary to the Governor-General (contact prints):
SAD.869/6/1
Bata el Hagar
SAD.869/6/2-3
About to leave for Wadi Halfa (across Bata el Hagar)
SAD.869/6/5
View of the Nile in Dongola Province
SAD.869/6/6
Crowd of people bidding H.E. goodbye at Debbah [Debba]
SAD.869/6/7
Car near Wadi Halfa
SAD.869/6/8
On the road in Halfa Province near the Bata el Hagar (‘stomach of rocks')
SAD.869/6/9
[Ilg?] with W. Nicholls (Governor Berber) at Hebbeh
SAD.869/6/10
The site of Col. Stewart's death (1884), Hebbeh
SAD.869/6/11
Crowd at Kurmuk, Feb 1930
SAD.869/6/13
Crowd at Merowe
SAD.869/6/14
Maffey looking at the memorial to British troops at Korti
SAD.869/6/15
Shaykh Zubayr at the arrival of the Governor-General at Dongola
SAD.869/6/16
Crowd at Kerma
SAD.869/6/17
Nile scene
SAD.869/6/18
The Nile at Akasha
SAD.869/6/19
Coming down Jabal Dal
SAD.869/6/20
H.C. Jackson's house near Merowe
SAD.869/6/21
Maffey on Jabal Dal, 1930 feet up
SAD.869/6/22
Party at Hebbeh
SAD.869/6/23
Leaving for Wadi Halfa
SAD.869/6/24
Maffey, A.B.B. Howell (Governor Dongola) and Jackson Pasha
SAD.869/6/25
Halfa Province crocodiles, 16 Jan
SAD.869/6/26
Jackson Pasha, Maffey and A.B.B. Howell
SAD.869/6/27
Shaykh at Magal (Dongola)
SAD.869/7/1
1930
Portrait photograph of Sir John Maffey in dress uniform
SAD.870/7/1-5
1930 - 1931 and [n.d.]
Contact prints from original photographs of Kassala Province:
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Port Sudan quays, 1930 and n.d.
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Government building at Port Sudan
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Group of Hadanduwah men with spears and shields
SAD.870/7/5
Sitting-room of Peter and Bridget Acland, 1931 (probably Kassala)
SAD.870/7/6-10
1930- 1932
Contact prints from original photographs of Egypt:
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Camel and guides on a visit to the pyramids, 1930
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Archaeological site on the edge of the Nile north of Aswan, 1931 (possibly Philae)
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Pyramids at Giza, 1931
SAD.870/7/9
M.S.L. and Mrs. Lush at the summit of a pyramid, 1932
SAD.870/7/10
Grave of Pierre Andre Pharabod ([1908]-1935), 1935. Pharabod was an aviator killed on 29 December 1935 at Wadi Halfa while pursuing the Antananarivo to Paris record. Captioned: Pharoah's tomb, Cairo 1932 [sic].
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1930- 1933
Album of photographs covering M.S.L.'s service as Deputy Governor, White Nile Province (1930-1935), with visits to Aden in 1932, Abyssinia in 1930 and 1932 and Upper Nile Province 1932-1934. Contact prints from an original album still in the possession of the Lush family, arranged in the same order and with original captions:
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Omdurman bridge open to let boat through, 1931
SAD.871/6/2
Felucca on the White Nile
SAD.871/6/3
Raft on the White Nile
SAD.871/6/5
Ed Dueim, White Nile Province, 1930-1932
SAD.871/6/6,8-9
Jebelein, White Nile Province
SAD.871/6/7
British officials and herd of camels
SAD.871/6/10
D.C.'s house, Ed Dueim
SAD.871/6/11-12
View of the White Nile from the D.C.'s house, Ed Dueim
SAD.871/6/13-17
Views of Ed Dueim
SAD.871/6/18
Mrs. Lush in dining room at Ed Dueim
SAD.871/6/19,27
Mrs. Lush with ‘Mortimer' (horse)
SAD.871/6/20-21
House and garden of D.C. at Ed Dueim
SAD.871/6/22
Locusts
SAD.871/6/23
Governor's garden
SAD.871/6/25,28,32
M.S.L. at Ed Dueim
SAD.871/6/26
Mrs. Lush in garden
SAD.871/6/29
Swimming pool at Ed Dueim
SAD.871/6/30
Hippopotamus at Ed Dueim
SAD.871/6/34
M.S.L. on ‘Brathay' (horse)
SAD.871/6/35
Game of polo
SAD.871/6/36-37
‘Sloane' and ‘Gedid' (horses)
SAD.871/6/38
Tennis game
SAD.871/6/39
Mrs. Lush in garden
SAD.871/6/40
Picnic
SAD.871/6/41-42
Polo game
SAD.871/6/43
M.S.L. in bathrobe
SAD.871/6/44
M.S.L. and Mrs. Lush
SAD.871/6/45,48-52
Farewell teaparty given by the Pawsons
SAD.871/6/46
Helen and Guy Pawson
SAD.871/6/47
Helen Pawson and dog
SAD.871/6/53
A.G. Pawson and M.S.L.
SAD.871/6/54-55
Helen and Guy Pawson leave White Nile Province
SAD.871/6/56-63,69-70
Shooting on Musran Island, White Nile Province
SAD.871/6/64
On trek, White Nile Province
SAD.871/6/65
M.F.A. Keen with two Sudanese men
SAD.871/6/66
M.S.L. on horseback
SAD.871/6/67-68
King's Day, Ed Dueim, 1931
SAD.871/6/71
Mrs. Lush on camelback
SAD.871/6/72
Abdullah, ‘Mortimer' (horse) and Mrs. Lush at Keri Kera, White Nile Province
SAD.871/6/73
M.F.A. Keen and Mrs. Lush at Keri Kera
SAD.871/6/74
Dam at Id Nemeid
SAD.871/6/75
Mrs. Lush with Mr. and Mrs. Stoddard on the SS Tamai
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Arab boy swimming cattle
SAD.871/6/77-78
King's Day, Ed Dueim
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Governor's house, El Obeid
SAD.871/6/80-81
Polo tournament, El Obeid, 1932
SAD.871/6/82
Swings at El Obeid
SAD.871/6/83
Riding to Arab meeting at Gedid, Feb 1932
SAD.871/6/84
Shaykh Mekki wad Asakr and J.A. Reid at Gedid, Feb 1932
SAD.871/6/85-92
Arab meeting at Gedid, White Nile Province, Feb 1932
SAD.871/6/93-95
Arab meeting at Naima, White Nile Province, Jan 1932, including chain mail and horse armour
SAD.871/6/96-97
The cookhouses at the Gedid Arab meeting
SAD.871/6/98-99
Cattle at Gedid
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Aden, Apr 1932
SAD.871/6/101
Village of Sh. Osman
SAD.871/6/102
Aden crater from the Tanks
SAD.871/6/103-104
The Tanks, Aden, Apr 1932
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Abyssinia: arrival of H.R.H. Duke of Gloucester, 1930
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At the races, Addis Ababa
SAD.871/6/108-109
Picnic on Addis Salein road, Abyssinia
SAD.871/6/110-114
On the road to Mulu
SAD.871/6/115-118
Views of Addis Ababa, 1932
SAD.871/6/119,121
Cathedral of St. George, Addis Ababa
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Statue of Menelik II, Addis Ababa
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Wedding of the Crown Prince
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Views of Mulu, 1932
SAD.871/6/141
European children sitting in tree
SAD.871/6/142-144
In the Mugger Valley, 1932
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Aerial view of Malakal, 1934
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Imperial Airways aeroplanes
SAD.871/6/147-148,150-151
M.S.L. and dog in garden at Malakal, 1932-1934
SAD.871/6/149
Nile view
SAD.871/6/152
Dead crocodile
SAD.871/6/153
Two British officials with dog
SAD.871/6/154,156,159
‘Aquabatics' on Christmas Day
SAD.871/6/155
British official with dog, ‘Bully'
SAD.871/6/157
Dr. Hunt and Gilchrist
SAD.871/6/158
Aeroplane
SAD.871/6/160-161,164
Unidentified British officials
SAD.871/6/162
Horse race, Malakal
SAD.871/6/163
M.S.L. and dog in garden at Malakal
SAD.871/6/165
Group of children by edge of Nile
SAD.871/6/166,169-171
Shilluk dancing, Upper Nile Province
SAD.871/6/167
Guy and Helen Pawson
SAD.871/6/168
Penelope Maffey
SAD.871/6/172
Nile steamer
SAD.871/6/173,175
Sir John and Lady Maffey in Upper Nile Province, 1933
SAD.871/6/174
Shilluk (?) village
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Shilluk men and cattle by side of river
SAD.871/6/177
Shilluk at mouth of River Sobat
SAD.871/6/178
R.T. Johnston with M.S.L. at Kongor
SAD.871/6/179
Deng Malwal's police
SAD.871/6/180
Dinka men with spears
SAD.871/6/181
Deng Malwal with Dinka at Duk Fadiat
SAD.871/6/182-196
Dinka at Kongor, Upper Nile Province
SAD.871/6/197
Giraffe herd
SAD.871/6/198
Bor herd of elephants
SAD.871/6/199-200
Cattle watering
SAD.871/6/201
Dinka men and women; British official on horseback
SAD.871/6/202
Pushing car across river
SAD.871/6/203-205
Wooding station
SAD.871/6/206
Talodi gathering, 1933
SAD.871/6/207
The Sudan Horse, Shendi
SAD.871/6/208
Gordon statue at sunset
SAD.871/6/209,211-212
Shilluk men, Upper Nile Province
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Group of Shilluk men with spears
SAD.871/6/213
Shilluk warriors, Tawfikia (G.N. Morhig, 164)
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Three Shilluk men
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Building tukl at Juba, 1933
SAD.871/6/216
Construction of a tukl at Bor
SAD.871/6/217
Aeroplane flying over Jabal Kassala
SAD.871/6/218
Flying boat landing at Malakal
SAD.871/6/219
Sennar Dam
SAD.871/6/220
Merowe
SAD.871/6/221
At Nahud, on the road to El Obeid, 1929. Back row: A.W. Hill, Moresne (who was bitten). Mid. row: Davidson (the doctor), Clive (Grenadiers). Front row: ‘Cully' Scoones (Machine Guns), a very ‘tough egg', Maj. Moseley, O.C. Western Arab Corps (owner of dog), Menzies, the vet
SAD.870/7/11-26
1930- 1934
Contact prints from original photographs of Upper Nile Province:
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Sir John Maffey with three British officials, Upper Nile Province tour
SAD.870/7/12
Group of tribesmen in village near Renk, Governor-General's tour 1930
SAD.870/7/13
Tribesmen with bows and arrows, Governor-General's tour Feb 1930
SAD.870/7/14
View of terrain near Renk, Governor-General's ‘family' tour, Feb 1930
SAD.870/7/15
Group of villagers near Renk, Governor-General's tour 1930
SAD.870/7/16
Group of women dancing near Renk, Governor-General's tour 1930
SAD.870/7/17
Hippopotami on the White Nile opposite Malakal, 1930
SAD.870/7/18
Riverain edge of M.S.L.'s garden at Malakal, 1932- 1934
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Wire edge of M.S.L.'s garden on the Nile at Malakal
SAD.870/7/20
Deputy Governor's house at Malakal, 1933
SAD.870/7/21
Tribal gathering, Upper Nile Province 1933
SAD.870/7/22
Group of men and women in tribal dress, Upper Nile Province 1933- 1934
SAD.870/7/23
Sudan Government Railways and Steamers SS El Nil at Malakal, 1934
SAD.870/7/24
Cattle watering
SAD.870/7/25
Group of Shilluk (?) men clearing road, with armed guard
SAD.870/7/26
Mount Gemi, Sudan/Abyssinia border (6,840ft)
SAD.870/8/1-5
1930- 1939
Contact prints from original photographs of Khartoum:
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White Nile bridge, Khartoum 1930
SAD.870/8/2
Sir John Maffey inspecting a guard of honour, c. 1929- 1930
SAD.870/8/3
White Nile bridge, opened by Lady Maffey 1930
SAD.870/8/4
Khartoum Central station, 1939
SAD.870/8/5
Swimming pool at the Sudan Club, Khartoum
SAD.870/9/1-29
1930- 1939
Contact prints from original photographs of Northern Province, chiefly from M.S.L.'s service as Governor, 1938-1941:
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Sir John Maffey on a private visit to Abu Klea, Dongola Province, 1930
SAD.870/9/2
Sir John Maffey at Metemmah, 1930
SAD.870/9/3
Alighting from boat at Dongola, Governor-General's tour 1930
SAD.870/9/4
Nile view, en route Khartoum - Korosko, 18 Mar 1930
SAD.870/9/5
Sphinx on Dongola Reach, 1930
SAD.870/9/6
Unidentified view, N. Sudan, 1930
SAD.870/9/7
Deputy Governor's house, Damer 1938
SAD.870/9/8
Lawn tennis courts in Damer, 1938
SAD.870/9/9
Levée, 24 Nov 1938; the last guests leaving, Rex Harrison on the right
SAD.870/9/10
Polo match at Damer, 27 Nov 1938
SAD.870/9/11
Presentation of robe of honour and sword by M.S.L. at Berber, King's Day, 11 Dec 1938
SAD.870/9/12
Group of Atbara shaykhs, King's Day levée
SAD.870/9/13
Tea-party at Damer, 1938
SAD.870/9/14
High Nile at Damer, 1938
SAD.870/9/15
Dabtiyyah, Damer 1938
SAD.870/9/16
Mudiriyah at Damer, 1938
SAD.870/9/17
Levée at Damer, 24 Nov 1938: M.S.L., W. Crawford, Maj. Gwydyr Jones and another officer of the 2nd Battalion Royal Welch Fusiliers
SAD.870/9/18
British officials in Governor's car, Northern Province 1938
SAD.870/9/19
Lush family out riding, with servants
SAD.870/9/20
Sitting room in Deputy Governor's house, Damer 1938 (W. Crawford)
SAD.870/9/21-22
Garden of Governor's house, Damer 1938
SAD.870/9/23-25
Sitting room in Governor's house at Damer, 1938- 1940
SAD.870/9/26
W.J.A. Livingstone on the verandah of the Governor's house, Damer 1938; `Abd al- Rahman serving
SAD.870/9/27
G.L. Elliot-Smith on ‘Sloane' with Arab shaykh also on horseback
SAD.870/9/28
Cattle pulling plough, Northern Province 1939
SAD.870/9/29
Building in Damer
SAD.870/10/1-15
1930- 1940
Prints from original photographs of Northern Province, chiefly from M.S.L.'s service as Governor, 1938-1941:
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Sir John Maffey and W. Nicholls, Governor Berber Province at Hebbeh during the Governor- General's tour, 1930
SAD.870/10/2
Finish of sack race, King's Day sports at Berber, 11 Dec 1938
SAD.870/10/3
Tug-of-war at Atbara sports, King's Day, 11 Dec 1938
SAD.870/10/4
West bank of the Nile at Damer, 1938
SAD.870/10/5
Mosque at Damer, 1938
SAD.870/10/6
Road making at Damer, 1938
SAD.870/10/7
Damer garden looking north, M.S.L. under tree, 1938- 1940
SAD.870/10/8
Edge of fruit garden, Governor's house, Damer 1938- 1940
SAD.870/10/9
M.S.L. seated at piano in sitting-room, Damer 1938
SAD.870/10/10
M.S.L. standing on the verandah of the Governor's house, Damer
SAD.870/10/11
Lawn tennis courts at Governor's house, Damer 1938
SAD.870/10/12
Edge of lawn tennis court at Damer, with Nile in the background, 1938
SAD.870/10/13
Two British officials in garden at Damer
SAD.870/10/14
British official examining weighing scales at Damer, 1938- 1940
SAD.870/10/15
The River Atbara in spate at junction with main Nile
SAD.869/7/3
[n.d. c. 1930]
Photograph of All Saints' Cathedral Church, Khartoum
SAD.870/8/6-36
1931- 1937
Contact prints from original photographs of White Nile Province, chiefly from M.S.L.'s service as Deputy Governor:
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M.S.L. on ‘Mortimer', Dueim 1931
SAD.870/8/7
M.S.L. and Mrs. Lush on horseback at Dueim, 1931
SAD.870/8/8
M.S.L. in Model T Ford, Dueim 1931
SAD.870/8/9-10
Lt. Commander Whitehouse, White Nile Province, 1931
SAD.870/8/11
Felucca carrying timber on the White Nile opposite Dueim, 1931
SAD.870/8/12
Feluccas on the White Nile, 1931
SAD.870/8/13
Camels with `utfahs and crowd of people at Dueim, 1931
SAD.870/8/14
Crowd of people, White Nile Province 1931
SAD.870/8/15
Dueim, 1931. Habub over the swimming pool
SAD.870/8/16
Lawn tennis on the Lush's court at Dueim, 1931
SAD.870/8/17
House at Dueim, external view
SAD.870/8/18
Looking up at the house at Dueim from the river, 1931
SAD.870/8/19
M.S.L.'s bedroom, looking towards the bathroom, Dueim 1931
SAD.870/8/20
M.S.L. in the sitting room at Dueim, 1931
SAD.870/8/21
Mrs. Lush in the sitting room at Dueim, c. 1931-1932
SAD.870/8/22
M.S.L.'s bedroom, looking towards the drawing room, Dueim 1931- 1933
SAD.870/8/23
View of the garden at Dueim, 1931
SAD.870/8/24
Canna lilies in M.S.L.'s garden at Dueim
SAD.870/8/25-29
March past John Reid, the Governor, King's Day, Dueim 1931
SAD.870/8/30
Winners of the camel race, King's Day 1931
SAD.870/8/31
Camel drummers, King's Day, Dueim 1931
SAD.870/8/32
Dueim, c. 1932-1933. John Reid, Governor White Nile Province taking the salute on King's Day
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The grandstand, King's Day at Dueim 1932
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Mrs. Lallie Whitehouse, wife of Commander Whitehouse (Surveys), 1932
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Steamer on the White Nile, 1937
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Jebel Aulia dam, White Nile Province
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1932
Large aerial view of Malakal, Upper Nile Province, with the Nile in the foreground and including the Deputy Governor's house
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1936 Jun 21
Photograph of the Nile embankment on the road to Maadi, with boys bathing and sailing boats on the river
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1938 Apr
Photographs of the consecration of All Saints' Cathedral, Cairo:
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Internal view of the cathedral during the consecration service
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Group of Anglican clergy including Bishop Gwynne, Archdeacon F.F. Johnston and the Archbishop of York, Most Rev. William Temple
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Sir Miles and Lady Lampson (British Ambassador to Egypt 1936-46), with Evelyn Shuckburgh and Archdeacon F.F. Johnston on the steps of the cathedral
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[n.d. 1938 or 1951]
Views of All Saints' Cathedral, Cairo:
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The altar
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Front of the cathedral, reflected in the wheel hub of a parked car (Ministry of Information)
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Front entrance with tower
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From the N.W. with the Bishop's house in the foreground and the Archdeacon's house to the right
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Front entrance and tower, floodlit (Ministry of Information)
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[c. 1938]
Photographs of a visit by Bishop Ilarion of Babylon, Patriarch of the Greek Orthodox Church, to Cairo:
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Bishop Ilarion with unidentified Anglican Bishop
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Bishop Ilarion with other Greek Orthodox clergy, Bishop Gwynne and unidentified Anglican Bishop
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Bishop Ilarion with Bishop Gwynne and unidentified Anglican Bishop
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1943 Jan 26 - Apr 27
Photographs of Tripoli, mostly of the celebrations for the Jewish Festival of Deliverance. An account of the festivities, copied from a Jewish publication, is enclosed:
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M.S.L. making his way to the synagogue through the flower-strewn streets
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Young Jewish women with bouquets of flowers
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Triumphal arch constructed for the occasion with tablets of stone on top and the British and Jewish flags
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M.S.L. in the synagogue
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M.S.L. greeting dignitaries
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Military parade in the square, Tripoli, with crowds of onlookers, 26 Jan 1943
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M.S.L. saluting Arab men and women lined up at the side of the road
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1943 May
Group of British servicemen at HQ Central Madagascar, enclosed in letter from John Barclay Jacobs to M.S.L.
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1943 Jul 2
Photograph of “The Lady of Carian” by Clifford Saber
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1951 Mar 4
Photographs of the unveiling of the Eighth Army memorial window in All Saints' Cathedral, Cairo by F.M. Viscount Montgomery of Alamein:
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Bishop Gwynne with Egyptian (Makram Bey?) and British guests
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Field Marshall Viscount Montgomery of Alamein, accompanied by the British Ambassador, Sir Ralph Stevenson, being greeted on arrival at the cathedral by Rt. Rev. Geoffry Allen, Bishop in Egypt
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Mustafa Nosrat Bey, Minister of War and Marine, arriving at the cathedral
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1953- 1955
Album of photographs taken by Miss E. Bennett during her service at the English School, Addis Ababa. Contact prints from an original album still in the possession of the Lush family, and reproduced in the same order, with original captions:
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H.I.M. Haile Selassie, Emperor of Ethiopia
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Addis Ababa - centre of the town
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State Bank of Ethiopia on the left. Ethiopian Airlines and other offices in the middle, Addis Ababa
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Centre of Addis Ababa. ‘King George bar' on the right. (Here people meet for coffee on Saturday mornings)
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Addis Ababa market; shamma stalls
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Near the centre of town
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The feast of Timbut (baptism)
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Players on the polo ground
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Celebrating Timbut at the pool on the polo ground
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Screen being removed from the throne after the Emperor is seated (the throne must not be seen empty)
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Entrance to the English School, Addis Ababa
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The Chevrolet which took E. Bennett to the school from the airport
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View from the school drawing-room
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Classrooms and hall
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E. Bennett with transition class
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Office and library
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Children involved in water play in the servants' part of the compound
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Abababitch and Ahertah, school servants
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Mrs. Cook, Nunu and Showa Worq
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1954: H.I.M. Haile Selassie I being welcomed to the English School by Mrs. Sandford, headmistress. British Ambassador, Mr. Busk is on the left
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Brigadier Sandford on the right
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Kimfe reading to the Emperor. H.E. Tafari Worq behind the Emperor. E. Bennett's house in the background
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E. Bennett being presented to the Emperor
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Helen reading to H.I.M.
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Continuation of visit
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Miss K.T. Stephenson's class
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Mrs. Jaining's nursery
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Miss Sylvia Fermanian and transition B
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Mrs. Sandford and the Emperor in the kindergarten
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‘Here's a health unto His Majesty'. Dignitaries lined up outside the school
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Rosemary Williams, junior school mistress, resident colleague, greeting the Emperor
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Mrs. Sandford and the Emperor in the drawing room
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The children, staff and some of the governors, photographed after the Emperor's departure
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Christmas 1954. The inner room of transition was the stable. Joanna Jany and Daniel Gad dressed for the nativity play
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Salome with Lady Mountbatten
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Lady Mountbatten in the kindergarten
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On the right, entrance to the room of transition
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Lady Mountbatten, Fawsia and Mrs. Curle
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Inside the inner room (the ‘Special' room) after Christmas
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Lord and Lady Mountbatten at the Remembrance Day memorial service
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Garden party at the British Embassy
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Saturday market near Mulu
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Returning from market past eucalyptus plantation
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Sibilo, between Addis Ababa and Mulu. The broken bridge
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Gymkhana at the Wingate School
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Granny Lush, Miss Veronica Huthwaite, Mrs. Sandford and Brigadier Sandford
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Princess Ruth and an Italian Count
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The high jump
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V. Huthwaite on horseback
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Performance of “The Gondoliers”
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Beshwaml Bezebe
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V. Huthwaite on ‘Skinder'
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Mulu farm
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The house
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The annexe
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Tukl
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Donkeys bringing in hay for the cows
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Two pigs
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3-day old donkey
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Ethiopian boy
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Strawberry plants and a man at work
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Workers on the farm
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Bird boy in the plum orchard
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Bird scarer
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Ploughing
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Children with the cattle
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Market near Addis Ababa
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Group of dancers
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Tukls on the road to Bishoftu [now Debre Zeyit]
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R. Williams and kid on the Dessie [Dese] road
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Miss Gwenda Eddleston and Miss Mary Eddleston at Asba Tafari [Asbe Teferi]
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Headman's tukl, Asba Tafari. Women having eyedrops put in by G. Eddleston
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Child of woman servant at B.C.M.S.
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Market visited from Asba Tafari, showing lorry which took us there
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Boys who came with us, dressed up in their best
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Boy who met E. Bennett at the station and took her 20 miles on a truck
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The Bible School, B.C.M.S. at Fiché
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Picnic in the compound
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The view from the Bible School
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Men's Bible School annual picnic, Apr 1955
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Miss Vera Jarvis and Arthur Hurd
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The aeroplane at Harar [Harer] which took us as far as Dire Dawa
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Harar town, entirely surrounded by a wall
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The basketry workshop
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The market
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Outside the hotel, Harar
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View near Harar
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E. Bennett and anthill, near Harar
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Oranges on the Duke of Harar's estate, Harar
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View from the house at Mulu
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Mulu fruit - raspberries, strawberries, grapefruit, lemons, plums, oranges, apricots, apples
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Typical scene at Mulu
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Women fetching water
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Church
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Clergy outside church
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1954 Nov - Dec
Photographs of the Petroleum Commission, Tripoli, in session. Members identified include C.J. Pyke, Pitt, Hardacre, Andrews, Anis Qasim, Hogenhuis, Lager, M.S.L., A.M. Skeet, Logan, Prince, Savill, Temple, Scott and Henshaw
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1958- 1959
Photographs from M.S.L.'s service in Pakistan:
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Prince `Ali Khan with M.S.L. and Mrs. Lush, 11 Feb 1958 (Malik Bros., Press Photographers)
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M.S.L. with Malik Feroze Khan Noon, 11 Feb 1958 (Malik Bros., Press Photographers)
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Maj. Gen. Iskander Mirza, President of Pakistan with M.S.L., 11 Feb 1958 (Malik Bros., Press Photographers)
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Official welcome for Prince Philip at Karachi airport, 1959. Those present include Brig. Nawazish `Ali Khan, Military Secretary to the President, Gen. Muhammad Agub Khan, President of Pakistan, H.E. Sir Alexander Symon, UK High Commissioner, Pakistan, Gen. Muhammad Yusuf, Pakistan High Commissioner to the UK, Norman A. Leslie, Burmah-Shell, President of U.K.A.P., H.R.H. Prince Philip, Thomas Cree, R.T. Cochran, Michael Condon, M.S.L., Drummond-Forbes, Sir Roger Thomas, Wilkie-Brown and Bob Allison (Qureshi Press Photographers, Karachi)
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Dr. Dingemans and M.S.L. at Karampur (?), 8 Jan 1959
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Pakistan Shell Oil Co. Presentation to M.S.L. on departure, 1959 (Pakistan Oil Co. Ltd., P.R. Dept.)
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[c. 1976]
Sir Angus Gillan, former Civil Secretary, Sudan Government, taken in old age
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[n.d.]
Prints from original photographs of Kordofan:
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Nahud mosque at sunset
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Watering camels at fulah, Kordofan; British official standing with his back to the camera
11. Maps
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1936
Map of the Anglo-Egyptian Sudan with the boundary of Northern Province highlighted
Sudan Survey Department, 1930, revised at the W.O., 1936
scale:   1 in to 200 miles
Size: 8 x 10 ins
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Imperial Airways map, Southampton-Alexandria, with flight diary
12. Museum Objects
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[1930?]
Framed watercolour by G.W. Titherington of a tukl in front of a jabal
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[n.d.]
Pen and wash drawing of Rev. Canon B.J. Harper, O.B.E. by E.G. Sarsfield- Hall
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[n.d.]
Watercolour of Camel Corps bugler (?)
13. Miscellanea
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1939
Imperial Airways timetables for journeys England, Egypt, Iraq, India, Hong Kong, Malaya, Australia, and for England, Egypt, Anglo-Egyptian Sudan, West Africa, East Africa and South Africa, with press cutting on “Empire air mail plan held up”
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1940
Copy of a remark by Reader Ballard, late H.M. Minister at Jiddah, on conversations with Ibn Sa`ud
14. Printed Material
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1957
Anglican Diocese of Egypt and Libya, Egypt Church Association annual report and accounts for 1956...[and]...1957
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1951
Anglican Diocese of Egypt and Libya, Diocesan Review Egypt, 31 no. 4 (Apr 1951), “Eighth Army window edition” (photocopy)
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1916
Khartoum Racing Club, Third winter meeting 1915-1916: Friday, February 4th 1916 (Khartoum, 1916). Contains annotations
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[n.d.]
Pakistan Shell Oil Company, Pakistan Shell Oil company's search for petroleum (Karachi)
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1952; 1959
Sunday Ghibli, 221, 609 (Tripoli, 9 Mar 1952, 6 Sep 1959) No. 221 contains an article on M.S.L.'s return to Tripoli; no. 609 contains an article on his retirement from Pakistan
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13 Sep 1946
The Egyptian Gazette, including article on the retirement of Bishop Gwynne
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2 May 1959
Dawn [Karachi newspaper], including an article on M.S.L.
(b) In Library
Durham University Library Printed material deposited with collection; now integrated into library and catalogued on OPAC. Addistu Ethiopia v 1 no 5 (Asmara, 23 Jul 1955)
Ali Nur al-Din al-`Unayzi, Libiya al-Yawm [Libya Today] (Tripoli, 1956)
Aneiza, A.N., Libya today: its widening horizons, based upon an address by Dr. A.N. Aneizi, then Minister of Finance of U.K. of Libya before the Council of Islamic Affairs in New York, 27 Jul 1954 (Tripoli, revised Mar 1956)
Anglo-Ethiopian Parliamentary Group, Britain and Ethiopia (London)
The Anglo-Ethiopian Society, Proceedings (1981)
Beard, G.F., A history of the English School, Cairo (1916- 1956)
British Bulletin v 3, no 10 (Karachi, 14 Feb 1959)
British Military Administration, Tripolitania, Handbook on Tripolitania (Libya, Apr 1947)
British Society for International Understanding, The British Survey, 195 (London, Jun 1965): “The Sudan”
Campaigns of the conquest of Italian East Africa (HMSO, 1942)
Commonwealth War Graves Commission, The war dead of the Commonwealth. The register of the names of those who fell in the 1939-1945 war and are buried in cemeteries in Ethiopia, the French Territory of the Afars and the Issas, the Somali Republic and Sudan (Maidenhead, 1974)
The conquest of North Africa (London, n.d.)
Daly, M.W., British administration and the Northern Sudan, 1917-1924. The Governor-Generalship of Sir Lee Stack in the Sudan (Istanbul, 1980)
EDU Advocate, 1, no 4 (Oct/Nov 1976)
The Egyptian Army (1883-1925) and Sudan Defence Force Dinner Club, Roll of members 1946
Ethiopian News, v 7 no 3 (Mar 1973)
Handbook to Tripolitania and the coast road to Cyrenaica (Tripoli, 1954)
J.H., Báráká (Herts, n.d.)
Kirk-Greene, A.H.M.: The Sudan Political Service: a preliminary profile
Lush, Maurice, A Life of Service. The memoirs of Maurice Lush, 1896-1990, edited by A.J.M. Lush (1992)
Muhammad Murabet, Tripolitana: the country and its people (United States Information Service, Tripoli)
Newbold, D.: The human side of culture (being the inaugural address delivered to the Sudan Cultural Centre) (1940)
Notes on Tripolitania [1943]
Pakistan Shell Oil Company, Pakistan Shell Oil Company's search for petroleum
Pankhurst, Richard, “A Cypriot icon in 19th century Gondar (Ethiopia)”, repr from Aksum-Thyateira, a festschrift for Archbishop Methodios of Thyateira and Great Britain
Pankhurst, Richard, “Decolonization of Ethiopia, 1940- 1955”, Horn of Africa (Oct-Dec 1978)
Setting up a world speed record, memento album celebrating the establishment of a new world air speed record near Tripoli, 1953
Stevenson, R.C., “Old Khartoum, 1821-1885”, Sudan Notes and Records, 47 (1966)
Sudan, Rahad irrigation project (Dec 1977)
Sudan almanac, 1939 (HMSO, 1939)
The Sudan British Directory 1940 [Khartoum, 1940]
The Sudan Diocesan Review, v 1 no 1 - v 6 no 15 (1949- 53) (bound copy)
Sudan Forest Project Newsletter, 1-3 (1986- 87)
Sudan Political Service 1899-1929 (Khartoum, 1930)
Sudan Studies, 2 & 4
Sudan British Pensioners' Association, Annual report 1989/90
Sudan Church Association, Notes and comments (Spring 1981, Autumn 1985)
Sudan Defence Force Dinner Club, Report and newsletter (1978/79, 1986)
Sudan Government, Quarterly list of the Sudan Government (1 Jan 1933, 1 Oct 1936, 1 Jan 1937, 1 Apr and 1 Oct 1939, 1 Jan 1940)
Sudan Government, Sudan Government list 15th September, 1952
Sudan Government British Pensioners' Association, List of members, (1963, 1970, Jan 1978, Apr 1983, Mar 1988, Mar 1990)
Sudanow, 25 (Nov-Dec 1976)
The Tripolitania Gazette, extraordinary issue (27 Sep 1952, containing the Organic Law of Tripolitania), 17 (1954)
The official Gazette of the United Kingdom of Libya, extraordinary no 7 (Oct 1951, containing the constitution of Libya), v 3 nos 7 and 10, v 4, nos 4 and 7, v 5, no 4 (3 copies in English, 1 in Arabic)
United Kingdom of Libya, Law no.30 of 1955 establishing the National Bank of Libya
Vademecum per il soldato Italiano in Egitto (Rome, 1940)