Riley, Arthur Baden Hamilton and Mrs. Grace Beatrice
Introduction
Arthur Riley (1901-1967)
Arrangement

Catalogue
1. Personal Papers
2. Articles, Lectures
3. Miscellanea
4. Newspaper Cuttings
5. Photographic Material
Printed material
Reference code: GB-0033-SAD
Title: Riley, Arthur Baden Hamilton and Mrs. Grace Beatrice
Dates of creation: 1922-1960
Extent: 0.5 box
Held by: Durham University Library, Archives and Special Collections: Sudan Archive
Created by: material relating to service in the Sudan
Language: English

Arthur Riley (1901-1967)

1926-1960 C.M.S. missionaries in the southern Sudan serving at Yambio, Yei, Maridi and Panekar stations. In 1926 Arthur Riley was responsible for providing the first girls' boarding school at Yambio and at Panekar in 1947 oversaw the building of the Vernacular Teacher Training Centre
1949 Arthur Riley appointed to an honorary canonry in All Saints' Cathedral, Khartoum
1951 Appointed examining chaplain to the Bishop in the Sudan
1951-1954 Principal of Bishop Gwynne College in Mundri
1955-1960 Archdeacon of the Southern Sudan
1960 Retired from the Sudan and returned to Australia
For further details of their service in the Sudan , see Riley, Grace, No drums at dawn. A biography of the Reverend Canon A.B.H. Riley, pioneer missionary in the Sudan (CMS Melbourne, 1972)


Arrangement

1. Personal Papers
2. Articles
3. Miscellanea
4. Newspaper Cuttings
5. Photographic Material
6. Printed Material (in library)

Catalogue
1. Personal Papers
SAD.759/9/1-19
1927-1928
Letters from A.B.H. Riley [A.R.] to his fiancée Grace Bennett:
SAD.759/9/1-3
1927 Mar 17
Describing daily life and responsibilities at a mission station in the southern Sudan. Had already been asked to pull teeth and treat a snake bite
SAD.759/9/4-10
1928 Feb 10-15
Visits to several villages, by motorbike, to preach the Gospel. Yoshua, his cook, preached to villagers in their own language. Welcomed at village of chief named Bazangu, recently converted to Christianity. Held open-air prayer meeting and taught hymns
SAD.759/9/11-16
On to several villages of the Bari tribe. Motorbike and his white skin are great novelties. Some old men reminisce about slave days. Food and water shortage in area because of drought. Young boys and chiefs ask for a school, but no money at present. On to Zegi and Toi, the northern point of Zande country. All seemed to understand the Pazande language
SAD.759/9/17-19
Return journey to Yambio. Chief's son, Kana, to accompany A.R. to become a student at the mission. All missionaries in the area and on trek at the same time to reach the 65,000 inhabitants in the vast district
SAD.759/9/20-92
1943, 1947 - 1959
Letters from Grace Bennett Riley [G.R.] to her family in Australia describing her life and work in a Church Missionary Society station in the southern Sudan
SAD.759/9/20-22
1943 Jun 9
Describing steamer journey up the White Nile from Khartoum to Malakal, Jonglei, Bor. When the sudd area was reached, progress very slow; great heat, humidity, insects. Watched food preparation on the barges; amazed at high quality of their own meals, thanks to careful shopping and preparation by their cook
SAD.759/9/23-29
1947 Feb 16 - Mar 1
From C.M.S. Yirol describing a two-week trek from Yambio to Maridi, Rumbek, Akot, Yirrol and Lau. Visited mission to the Dinka; station only 6 years old. Country very swampy, abounding in animal and bird life. Proceeded to Akot C.M.S. station, run by Brian and Eileen de Saram. At Lau saw the site of a new station and progress of construction. Returned to Yambio Mar 1. Major Eric Jackson, experienced teacher and retired officer, arrived to spend twelve months training teachers
SAD.759/9/30-32
1947 Jul 1
From C.M.S. Yambio including an account of a visit by Governor-General and Lady Howe to the station for tea during an inspection tour. Then lunched with the Howes at the DC's. Description of Lady Howe's clothes. Brief visit from Peter Abbott, medical officer at Li Rangu
SAD.759/9/33-37
1947 Nov 23
Account of a visit to Kenya and Uganda; mountain roads, high altitudes, the Great Rift Valley and herds of wild animals. Visited a farm where tiles were made, to compare process with their tile making venture. Stayed with friend Grace Camm in Kenya and 'Madge and Kenneth' in Uganda. Back to Yambio
SAD.759/9/38-41
1948 Mar 23 - Apr 4
From C.M.S. Panekar, Yirol, where Rileys had moved to start a new mission. Their house under construction; needs two-foot trench all around to prevent white ant invasions. Leopards, lions, hyenas, baboons and other animals make their presence known. Birds in great nunbers. Descriptions of tea and dinner at house of A.D.C. Kenneth Ferguson and wife. Strike of Sudan Railway and Steamer workers
SAD.759/9/42-44
1948 Apr 25
House nearly completed. Desperate for workers to build school and dormitories. Difficulties in getting Dinka to work for wages. Moonlight canoe trips on the lake. Fergusons to dinner. Rail strike continues
SAD.759/9/45-47
1948 May 6
Rains late in coming; crops not planted. Hunger in the villages; fear of widespread famine. Villagers fishing in Lake Yirol, but those living away from lake in greater jeopardy. DC visited Lake Nuybor where large population of crocodiles make fishing difficult
SAD.759/9/48-53
1948 May 16 - 18
Heavy rains have come; rivers swollen; Lake Yirol up 6 inches. Roads very muddy, so little travel. Insects increased with humidity, especially white ants. Small child drowned; comments on Dinka care of children. Retired Archdeacon Shaw arrived; still working on translation of Bible into Dinka. Feud and cattle raid between two Dinka groups; 2 men killed
SAD.759/9/54-57
[c. 1948 Jun]
Mail delayed because of heavy rains. Lake Yirol 3 feet higher than previous measurement. Canoes having difficulty crossing lake. Waiting for new boat purchased at Malakal at Christmas. Description of her usual day's activities: dispensary, language study, supervising teachers, filing, other office work, entertaining visitors. A.R. shot adder in garden
SAD.759/9/58-61
Pages 1-4 missing. On board steamer going through the sudd. Trip took 21 days. Difficult life of Dinka described; always a marginal existence. Account of cook's skill in preparing tasty meals with food he buys as they travel. At Malek, on June 13 visited Donald and Marion Casson. On to Bor
SAD.759/9/62-66
1948 Jul 16
Rivers and lakes still high. Visited by John and Helene Parry; trouble with lorry and muddy roads. More encounters with lions, leopards, hyenas; cobra killed on verandah. Birthday cake for A.R. arrived in post
SAD.759/9/67-71
1948 Sep 12
Long account of hunt for two lions who had appeared in garden. Dinka with spears and policemen with rifles tried to hunt them down, but animals escaped to government game reserves
SAD.759/9/72-73
1948 Oct 25
G.R. expressed pride in her work of supervising the building of a kiln while A.R. down with malaria. Dinka impressed by her skill
SAD.759/9/74-76
1948 Dec 7
Written on board the steamer Rejaf travelling up the White Nile after a brief leave in Khartoum. Stayed at Clergy House, with several visiting bishops from England. Dinner parties, shopping. Interesting group of people on steamer. Home to Panekar
SAD.759/9/77-78
1949 Apr 22
On board a steamer to Khartoum, preparatory to leave outside the Sudan
SAD.759/9/79-86
1951 Feb 22
On steamer Nasir going up the Nile to Juba, then by car to Kenya for leave. Diagram of the Nasir with its four attached barges. G.R. recovering from malaria. Abundance of wildlife to be seen
SAD.759/9/87
1951 Apr 27
Written from Yei while on trek. Difficult travelling because of mud and rains. Ordination scheduled for following day
SAD.759/9/88
1959 Apr 5
On trek in the Bahr al-Ghazal; ordinations, establishment of several new parishes. Conditions in Dinka country very difficult: population always living on the edge of starvation. Too many goats and cattle for amicable pasture. Left Juba Mar 18; travelled to Rokon, Lungini, Lui, Rumbek and Akot
SAD.759/9/89-92
1959 Dec 15 - 26
On trek in the sudd, written from Kongor. Description of Dinka gatherings. Marvellous wildlife, especially thousands of birds. Letter finished on Boxing Day after return to Juba. Bishop visiting and staying with them
SAD.759/9/93-94
1955 Sep 22 - 23
Letter from John [Parry?] at Yei describing military and civil unrest taking place throughout the south. Muslim troops from the north to take action against southern police. Missions ordered closed; some missionaries incarcerated. Written in haste as military action increasing
SAD.759/9/95-108
[n.d. c. 1948]
Hand-written booklet by G.R. describing Zande people and culture. Includes observations on marriage, family, work, diet
2. Articles, Lectures
SAD.759/9/111-119
1946 Mar 13
Text of a lecture given at the Clergy House Supper Club, Khartoum by E.J.N. Wallis on 'Gordon Sunday' 1946 and accompanying note to A.K. Markland, governor of Equatoria from J.W. Robertson, Civil Secretary. The lecture outlines the work of three builders of modern Sudan: Gordon, Kitchener, Newbold
3. Miscellanea
SAD.759/9/120
1948 Aug 26
Photocopy of letter from Narcisio Fatis, a clerk at Yambio Experimental Farm to the Senior Medical Inspector, Yambio area. The writer asks for an appointment with the dentist and reports his dental problems in colourful detail
4. Newspaper Cuttings
SAD.759/10/1-42
1955 Aug 18 - 1972 Mar 4
Newspaper cuttings, mainly from Feb and Mar 1966, all dealing with the unstable political situation in the Sudan. The 1966 cuttings are from The Vigilant
5. Photographic Material
SAD.760/3/1-152
1922 - 1937
Album of photographs taken by A.R. in the southen Sudan:
SAD.760/3/1,4
1931
All Saints Church, Maridi
SAD.760/3/2-3
1929
View of government post and hills of Maridi from mission site
SAD.760/3/5-6
1936
Christmas sports, Maridi; spear-throwing competition
SAD.760/3/7-12
1936
Sports day
SAD.760/3/13
1933-37
Mission house and garden; deck tennis court
SAD.760/3/14-15
1935-37
Terraced garden at mission
SAD.760/3/16
1933-37
A glimpse of the house on the hill
SAD.760/3/17-18
1936
On safari; the road to Yambio flooded during the rains
SAD.760/3/19
1936
Zakaraya and his sister
SAD.760/3/20
1937
An eager crowd of Zande waiting for the lantern service near Beudeli
SAD.760/3/21-22
1936
At Nginda Ndorima Outschool, Maridi district
SAD.760/3/23
1936
Wireless fans!
SAD.760/3/24
1936
Cleared forest
SAD.760/3/25
Zande carving at Li Yubo
SAD.760/3/26
A chimp
SAD.760/3/27
1937
Water pump at Li Yubo
SAD.760/3/28
1937
Zande carving of leper woman who has just had an injection in the arm
SAD.760/3/29
Roda reading to some old women at Maringindo
SAD.760/3/30
Roda's daily class of women
SAD.760/3/31-32
Chief Maringindo and family
SAD.760/3/33
1936
On trek: the storyteller
SAD.760/3/34
1936
Waiting for the 'bakindi' to be made
SAD.760/3/35
1936
Zande boys
SAD.760/3/36
1936
Zande grain store
SAD.760/3/37
A rocky road to Yakabo
SAD.760/3/38
Chief Sanango and wife, mother and sister
SAD.760/3/39-40
Chief Ngindo Ndorima and some of his wives
SAD.760/3/41
Typical Zande men
SAD.760/3/42
Zande grave
SAD.760/3/43
A homemade hat of banana fibre
SAD.760/3/44
Mbarago (Joy) [small child]
SAD.760/3/45
Dr. and Mrs. Chacar and daughter Sonia
SAD.760/3/46
Mr. Myroyanni and his new store
SAD.760/3/47-48
Nov 1937
Leaving Maridi to go to Yambio
SAD.760/3/49-50
1937
View of mission from church tower, Yambio
SAD.760/3/51-52
1937
Boys' bathing pool, Yambio
SAD.760/3/53
Completed grain store
SAD.760/3/54
Men making grain store
SAD.760/3/55-56
Li Rangu church school
SAD.760/3/57
Communion table for Dr. Fraser Memorial Church at Lui. Made at Yambio by Toma
SAD.760/3/58
Mbumbuda carrying water
SAD.760/3/59
Three men: Zakayo, Ruka and Paulo Abini
SAD.760/3/60
Taken away from Yambio as a slave 30 years ago, and kept in Omdurman, this woman has just returned from exile to her own tribe
SAD.760/3/61
1937-38
Yambio: the teaching staff in the girls' school (12 mistresses)
SAD.760/3/62
1937-38
Yambio: the dormitory
SAD.760/3/63
1937-38
Yambio: boarders and day girls
SAD.760/3/64
1937-38
Yambio: drill, class 3
SAD.760/3/65-68
1937-38
Yambio girls at play
SAD.760/3/69
The archer
SAD.760/3/70
A lookout tower to guard the crop from birds and monkeys
SAD.760/3/71
Dr Casson, Mrs Fraser, G.R., Miss Collard and A.R. at Lui
SAD.760/3/72
Moru village
SAD.760/3/73
Canon and Mrs P.O'B. Gibson, Yei
SAD.760/3/74
Gum trees at Yei, planted in 1933 by A.R.
SAD.760/3/75
Leaving Yambio after the convention: the bishop, Mrs Arnold, Rileys and Dr Woodman
SAD.760/3/76
Ginned cotton ready for transport to the north
SAD.760/3/77
1937-38
Girls' swimming pool, Yambio
SAD.760/3/78
Nov 1937
Part of the large congregation at the Yambio convention in Nov 1937 when Bishop Bullen and Rev and Mrs Hooper were present
SAD.760/3/79
Group on verandah at Yambio: Rev H. Hooper, Bishop Bullen, Mrs Woodman, G.R.; Rev. E. Arnold, Dr H. Woodman, Mrs Wyld, Mrs Hooper
SAD.760/3/80
Group on verandah at Yambio: Rev. H. Hooper, Bishop Bullen, Mrs Woodman, A.R., Dr. Woodman, Major Wyld, Mrs Hooper
SAD.760/3/81-87
Overflow crowds at church services; church held 2000
SAD.760/3/88
Jan 1938
En route to Australia: The Omdurman [steamer] at Terakeka
SAD.760/3/89
Taking on cargo at Terakeka
SAD.760/3/90
Dinka people
SAD.760/3/91
Dinka and Nuer
SAD.760/3/92
Third class passengers waiting to embark on Nile steamer
SAD.760/3/93
Washing day for the Dinka on the bank of the Nile
SAD.760/3/94
A Dinka camp in the papyrus swamp on the Nile; drying hippo meat
SAD.760/3/95
A felucca going down the Nile
SAD.760/3/96
Landing stage at Malakal
SAD.760/3/97
The Omdurman at Malakal
SAD.760/3/98
Two men crossing Nile in ambach canoe, Malakal
SAD.760/3/99
Carrying canoe away
SAD.760/3/100
River Nile
SAD.760/3/101
Bridge at Kosti over the Nile
SAD.760/3/102
The Omdurman at Kosti
SAD.760/3/103
Kosti
SAD.760/3/104
Lord Kitchener's statue, Khartoum, 1937
SAD.760/3/105-106
Statue of Gen Gordon at Khartoum, 1937
SAD.760/3/107
Pilgrims waiting to entrain for Jiddah, en route for Mecca, 1937
SAD.760/3/108
1937
Bishop Gwynne and the Governor-General taking the salute after the service in the cathedral, Gordon's Day in Khartoum
SAD.760/3/109
Section of British garrison returning after the church parade
SAD.760/3/110
Cathedral, Khartoum
SAD.760/3/111
1937
Sudanese mounted trooper outside cathedral, Khartoum
SAD.760/3/112
1937
Nubian desert seen from train window
SAD.760/3/113
1937
Railway station in Nubian desert
SAD.760/3/114-115
1937
Hawkers and beggars at wayside station
SAD.760/3/116
1937
Nomadic Arabs in Nubian desert
SAD.760/3/117
1937
On the S.S. Lotus, River Nile, from Wadi Halfa to Shellal
SAD.760/3/118-119
1937
Scenery from Lotus en route for Shellal
SAD.760/3/120-121
1938
Where desert and the Nile meet
SAD.760/3/122-123
1938
Tomb and temple of Ramesses II on bank of Nile
SAD.760/3/124
1938
Rock temple cut into solid rock on west bank of Nile
SAD.760/3/125-127
1938
Dwellings on the bank of the Nile
SAD.760/3/128
1938
Near the site of the Aswan Dam, Egypt
SAD.760/3/129
1938
The Lotus at Shellal, Egypt
SAD.760/3/130-131
1938
Cairo
SAD.760/3/132
1938
A.R. and G.R. at the great pyramid of Cheops at Giza
SAD.760/3/133
1938
G.R. with Abdul the guide at the pyramids
SAD.760/3/134
Pyramids and Mena House buffet
SAD.760/3/135
1938
The Sphinx at Giza
SAD.760/3/136-139
1938
The great pyramid at Giza
SAD.760/3/140
1938
The 'ship of the desert' [camel]
SAD.760/3/141
Waterfront, Port Said and Simon Artz' shop
SAD.760/3/142
1938
The Sphinx
SAD.760/3/143
Feb 1938
On the Strathmore going through the Suez Canal
SAD.760/3/144
1938
Kantara in the Suez Canal; change here for Jerusalem
SAD.760/3/145
1938
Suez Canal
SAD.760/3/146-147
1938
Australian war memorial in the Suez Canal
SAD.760/3/148
1938
Seller of silks, Colombo
SAD.760/3/149
1922
Mission school
SAD.760/3/150
1924
First mission house built by Rev Haddow at Maridi
SAD.760/3/151
1925
Stefano and his first converts at Maridi
SAD.760/3/152
1925
Raere and her converts, Maridi
SAD.760/5/1-82
1932 - 1960
Album of photographs taken by the Rileys in southern Sudan:
SAD.760/5/1
Woman with extended upper lip
SAD.760/5/2
Kakwa woman with protection from sun for baby
SAD.760/5/3
A girl's head, showing result of custom of head-binding in infancy
SAD.760/5/4
1932
Yei: pounding grain
SAD.760/5/5
1935
Cotton ready for ginnery, Maridi
SAD.760/5/6
1930s
School children, all with bound heads
SAD.760/5/7
1932
Yei: beginning of the women's school
SAD.760/5/8
1932
Yei: working the well
SAD.760/5/9
1935
Zandeland: circumcision skirts
SAD.760/5/10
Leper, Maridi
SAD.760/5/11-12
Roads and bridges
SAD.760/5/13
Moru people with drum
SAD.760/5/14
1932
Yei: bringing home the timber (mahogany)
SAD.760/5/15
Maridi: Zande game
SAD.760/5/16
c.1935
Maridi: Zande shield
SAD.760/5/17
1937
Maridi: stirring food in a pot
SAD.760/5/18
Maridi: shelling peanuts
SAD.760/5/19
Yei: Christmas gifts (clothing) from Australia
SAD.760/5/20
Yei: Christmas gifts [small girl with beads]
SAD.760/5/21
Yambio: old Buduru, man armed with bow and arrow
SAD.760/5/22
Dinka young man with necklace, signifying looking for a bride
SAD.760/5/23
Maridi: Christmas sports
SAD.760/5/24
Sorting type in the mission press
SAD.760/5/25
Village, surrounded by banana trees
SAD.760/5/26
Two-storey Dinka grain house
SAD.760/5/27
Yambio girls& school, preparing Christmas breakfast
SAD.760/5/28
Lorry piled high with furniture for first move from Lui to Yei
SAD.760/5/29
Nugent high school for boys, Loka
SAD.760/5/30
Maridi: repairs to mission house
SAD.760/5/31
c.1937
Maridi: mission house, repairs completed
SAD.760/5/32
Yei: part of after-church crowd
SAD.760/5/33
1940s
Making road to the Yei River
SAD.760/5/34
1941
Making roof for grain store, Yambio
SAD.760/5/35
Yambio: 'mudding' walls of grain store
SAD.760/5/36
Pounding leather with elephant tusk
SAD.760/5/37
A.R. with Dinka man
SAD.760/5/38
1940
Yambio: Dinka men, Zande men
SAD.760/5/39
Disabled Zande in chair given by D.C. Major Larken
SAD.760/5/40
Effigy of dead chief
SAD.760/5/41
Zande policeman
SAD.760/5/42
St John&s, Yambio, being rethatched
SAD.760/5/43
1940s
Meeting pygmies in their forest (not Sudan)
SAD.760/5/44
Nuba mountains and native huts
SAD.760/5/45,47
Small elephant herd
SAD.760/5/46,48
Rhino at Panekar
SAD.760/5/49-50
Shoebill stork in Khartoum Zoo
SAD.760/5/51
1940s
Stone ram from Soba, White Nile; placed in front of cathedral, Khartoum
SAD.760/5/52
Tree laden with fruit
SAD.760/5/53
1954
Panekar: lion skin
SAD.760/5/54
c.1954
Australian eucalyptus, planted everywhere by Canon Riley
SAD.760/5/55
1954
Feeding baby lion
SAD.760/5/56
Shilluk warriors
SAD.760/5/57
Crocodile
SAD.760/5/58,60
c.1954
Lush growth
SAD.760/5/59
Native boat from hollowed tree trunk
SAD.760/5/61
Mealie loaves carried on women's heads
SAD.760/5/62
Mission staff [couple with baby]
SAD.760/5/63
Kapok tree
SAD.760/5/64
Archdeacon Riley, supervising building work
SAD.760/5/65
Bridge
SAD.760/5/66
Station platform, possibly Khartoum
SAD.760/5/67
1954
A.R. and G.R. at Bor
SAD.760/5/68
View of mountainous countryside
SAD.760/5/69
1954
A.R. and G.R. in garden
SAD.760/5/70
Moru women in main street, Amadi
SAD.760/5/71
Native police or guards
SAD.760/5/72
Carved trees depicting lepers at the southern Sudan leper settlement, 1929-1931
SAD.760/5/73
Bishop Oliver Allison, A.R., Archdeacon P.O'B. Gibson and Ken Ogden, building expert
SAD.760/5/74
Khartoum Cathedral: ordination of Rev Phillip Abbas and Butros Tia - Bishop Daniel Deng, Rev. P. Abbas, Bishop Oliver Allison, Rev. B. Tia, Provost G.E. Martin, A.R.
SAD.760/5/75
Colour cutting of two ordinands
SAD.760/5/76
Interior of the cathedral, Khartoum
SAD.760/5/77-79
Scenes around Bishop Gwynne College, built and established by A.R.
SAD.760/5/80-82
Around Bishop Gwynne College [groups of students] 1940s
SAD.760/4/1-34
1945
Album of 6″ x 8″ prints collected by G.R., mainly copies of photographs taken by the P.R.O. and including a number taken from newspapers or periodicals (marked*)
SAD.760/4/1
The Gordon statue, Khartoum*
SAD.760/4/2
1945
Gordon College, Khartoum
SAD.760/4/3
9 Jan 1954
The Governor-General, Sir Robert Howe, entering the House of Representatives at Khartoum*
SAD.760/4/4
Jan 1954
Sir Robert Howe opening the first Khartoum parliament*
SAD.760/4/5
The quays, Port Sudan*
SAD.760/4/6
1952
Khartoum airport: safe arrival of an airliner at night*
SAD.760/4/7
University College of Khartoum*
SAD.760/4/8
Sunset, Blue Nile Bridge, Khartoum*
SAD.760/4/9
Watering cattle*
SAD.760/4/10
R. Kidepo and Dongotona Mountains*
SAD.760/4/11
Leopard*
SAD.760/4/12
Elephants*
SAD.760/4/13
Sunset, Lake Ambadi*
SAD.760/4/14
Trade school [young man doing woodwork]
SAD.760/4/15
Voting day [men in queue]
SAD.760/4/16
Lake Nylior, Lakes District*
SAD.760/4/17
Mat making: Zande-Yambio girls' school
SAD.760/4/18
Two women cooking
SAD.760/4/19
Woman with bundle of sticks on head and baby on back
SAD.760/4/20
Nilotic village at Yirol
SAD.760/4/21
Man with bow and arrow
SAD.760/4/22
Nomads. [Man with pipe building fire]
SAD.760/4/23
Shaduf
SAD.760/4/24
Dinka-Nuer-Shilluk area, White Nile [woman with baby on back, huts in background]
SAD.760/4/25-27
Dinka cutting up elephant
SAD.760/4/28
Dinka dancers: Lau, Malek, Kongor
SAD.760/4/29
Dinka, Shilluk and Nuer pastoralists and fishermen living in the sudd region
SAD.760/4/30
Dinka crowd
SAD.760/4/31-32
Dinka man
SAD.760/4/33
Fisherwomen: hundreds of Laoluku women rushing into the river pool with nets, Torit District*
SAD.760/4/34
Grading cotton*
Printed material
Durham University Library Printed material deposited with collection; now integrated into library and catalogued on OPAC. Addison, F., A short guide to the Museum of Antiquities (Gordon College, Khartoum, 1934)
Allison, O., Travelling Light (Oxford, 1983)
Arkell, A.J., Report for the year 1939, Antiquities Service and Museums (Khartoum, 1939)
Cash, W.W., The changing Sudan (London, 1930)
Crabb, F.H.W., Yei, the youngest theological college... (London, n.d., c.1947)
Crabités, P., The winning of the Sudan (London, 1934)
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