Morgan, William Thomas Wilson
Introduction
William Thomas Wilson (Dai) Morgan
Arrangement

Catalogue
1. Professional Papers
2. Personal Papers
3. Sudan Diaries
4. Other Diaries and Letter Books
5. Memoir
6. Theses
7. Articles
(b) Articles by others
8. Field Notes
9. Photographic Material: Sudan
(a) Photographs
(b) Contact Prints and Negatives
(c) Slides
(d) Captions
(e) Postcards
10. Photographic material: Kenya
(a) Slides
East Africa environments; Nairobi
Masai
West Kenya
Kenya coast
Mount Kenya
C. Rift [Valley]
Machakos etc., Olorgesailie, Magadi
11. Photographic material: Nigeria
(a) Photographs and negatives
Nigeria
Jos
Jos Plateau
Jos
Nigeria
(b) Slides
Nigeria
Anambra, Imo, Yoruba, Mambilla, Obudu
Katsina, Daura, Zana, Kano, Bauchi, Rano
Jos
Plateau: Kwall, Miango, Vom, Kereng, Kurra, Sha
Lake Chad, Yankari, Abuja, Shendam, Bambur, landscapes
Plateau: Kagoro, Ganawuri, Naraguta, mines, gullies, flowers, misc.
Jos
12. Photographic material: Africa
(a) Contact prints and negatives
Africa: Kenya, and India, UK, Nigeria, Tanzania, Uganda, Ethiopia
Africa: Kenya, and Tanzania, Malawi, Uganda, South Africa, Swaziland, Southern Sudan (South Sudan), Democratic Republic of Congo, Ghana, Ivory Coast, and including Durham
(b) Slides
Ethiopia
Uganda
Tanzania
Crops, livestock, agriculture in Africa
13. Other Photographic and Graphic Material
14. Sudan Maps
15. Other maps
16. Newspaper Cuttings
17. Printed material
Reference code: GB-0033-SAD
Title: Morgan, William Thomas Wilson
Dates of creation: 1933-2019
Extent: 20 boxes
Held by: Durham University Library, Archives and Special Collections
Created by: Morgan, William Thomas Wilson
Language: English

William Thomas Wilson (Dai) Morgan

(1927 - 2020)

1953Research Officer, London School of Economics (Sir L. Dudley Stamp)
1956-1963Lecturer (1963 Senior Lecturer) in Geography, Royal Technical College of East Africa, Nairobi
1963-1967Professor of Geography, University College, Nairobi
1967-1968O.D.A. Resettlement Fellowship and Temporary Lecturer/Senior Lecturer, Geography Department, King's College, London
1968-1970Royal Geographical Society Expedition to South Turkana
1970-1993Lecturer (1984 Senior Lecturer), Geography Department, Durham University
1976-1978On secondment to University of Jos, Nigeria, as Visiting Professor, Head of Department 1976-1977, Dean of Faculty of Natural Sciences 1977-1978


Arrangement

1. Professional Papers
2. Personal Papers
3. Sudan Diaries
4. Other Diaries and Letter Books
5. Memoir
6. Theses
7. Articles
8. Field Notes
9. Sudan Photographic Material
(a) Photographs
(b) Contact Prints and Negatives
(c) Slides
(d) Captions
(e) Postcards
10. Other Photographic Material: Kenya
(a) Slides
11. Other Photographic Material: Nigeria
(a) Photographs and negatives
(b) Slides
12. Other Photographic Material: Africa
(a) Contact Prints and Negatives
(b) Slides
13. Other Photographic and Graphic Material
14. Sudan Maps
15. Other Maps
16. Newspaper Cuttings
17. Printed Material

Accession details

Presented by Dr Morgan, 1999, 2010, 2012, 2014 and 2020

Catalogue
1. Professional Papers
SAD.1062/6/87-91
1962 June 17
“Notes for talk to Royal College students at Ahero”: geography of the Kano Plains, with survey of agriculture and planned irrigation schemes.
SAD.1062/6/1-9
1963 December
“Field course report. Part II & III Botany students, Cherangani Forest Reserve, 28 November-5 December 1963”, with table and figures.
SAD.1062/6/92
[1960s]
Advertisement for the East African Literature Bureau distributed by agent West of England Press Ltd associated with University Press of Africa. Typescript.
SAD.876/13
1968-1972
Microfilm copy of meteorological data for the period 1968-1972 from the following Sudanese stations: Jebel Aulia, Soba, Khartoum, Shambat, Aroma, Doka, Gebeit, Gedaref, Hayia, Derudeb, Halfa el Gadida, Kassala, Abri, Abu Hamed, Atbara, Dongola, Hadeira, Karima, Shendi, Wadi Halfa, Port Sudan, Tokar, Wad el Huri, Abu Na`ama, Abu Quta, Ed Damazin, Ed Dueim, Guneid, Hag Abdullah, Kosti, Kurmuk, Manaqil, Medina Block, Sudeira, Qurashi, Sennar, Singa, Umm Benein, Wad Medani, Wad Sha`ir, Wad el Turabi, Bara, El Obeid, En Nahud, Kadugli, Qoz Ashgar, Rashad, Semeih, Talodi, Umm Abdullah, Raga, Wau, Juba, Malakal, El Fasher, Ghazal Gawazat and Nyala
SAD.1062/5/1-64
1972 August
“Commonwealth Institute East Africa Field Study Course. Report of the Nairobi Group”: geographical and specifically land use studies of Nairobi and environs, illustrated with maps and (photocopied) photographs.
SAD.1062/7/1-21
1974 October 18-31
Correspondence from S.J.K. Baker and D.N. McMaster: reviews and corrections to Morgan's East Africa (1973)
SAD.1062/7/22-25
1988 February 11-1989 May 3
Correspondence with R.A. Obduho, University of Nairobi concerning a volume of essays in honour of Professor S.H. Ominde
SAD.1062/7/26-42
1988 October 26-1989 May 3
Correspondence with Gary S. Dunbar, UCLA, and with D.N. McMaster (on Uganda) and I.D. Thomas (on Tanzania), concerning an entry relating to the teaching and practice of geography in Kenya, Tanzania and Uganda commissioned for an encyclopaedia of modern geography.
2. Personal Papers
SAD.1053/7/1-87
1948-2012
Papers relating to Durham Castle and its furnishings, University College and Senior Common Room, and former members of college staff.
General rules issued by Professor F.C. Spooner governing Durham University students' behaviour while in residence at Lumley Castle [1960s]; correspondence and reports concerning the admission of women to the college, May 1985-February 1986; funeral orations and obituaries for Olga Patricia Slater (6 January 1984) and Len Slater, Master 1953-1973 (1999); paper on “The role of a Durham college, with special reference to University College and its SCR. Observations on an SCR discussion on 26.1.99”; obituary of Hugh Price, former Bursar of the college until c. 1989, in Autumn 2005 newsletter of Darwin College The Darwinian; programme for SCR Burgundy tasting on 9 June 2010; appreciation of Dr Ian Doyle by Albert Cartmell, 2012.
Correspondence relating to a painting of the 1896 convocation at Durham University, with identification keys, 1948-1960; “Report on the tapestries at Durham Castle”, and their care, by Wendy Hefford; “Some notes on College furniture”, by Morgan (with David Garlick), 1984; “Comments on the state of College furniture following the visit by David Garlick”, identifying items needing conservation; Catalogue of Castle furniture on CD-ROM; note from Morgan on repainting 14 coats of arms in Castle courtyard using accurate heraldic colours, 2009; images of Norman chapel column capitals on 3 CD-ROMs, with contact sheets and print outs, and research reference materials; C.A.D. 1:20 scale plans of Dame Margot Fonteyn Trust Great Hall doorway, drawn by DHJ [Dennis Jones] of Stringer + Jones, architects, of Stainton, contract 5619h (A3, drawings 01, 02, 03/A ,04, 05/A, 06/A, 10, 11: see also DJP 1/UC19 and UND/F1/C6/75); and 2 postcards from Beth illustrating a romanesque capital and crypt
SAD.1062/2/76
1980 July 23
Admission ticket to Jumba la Mtwana (Swahili: “the large house of the slave”; 14th-15th century ruins), north of Mombasa, Kenya. Found within a pamphlet guide to the site: see PamSC 03019.
SAD.1062/2/30-32
1988 August
Letter from Lieutenant R. Farndale, BFPO 17 [Münster], to Morgan, offering thanks for his help with the Turkana Triangle [expedition] and enclosing report; with prospectus of planned Exercise Hyderabad Traingle, crossing Sind Desert from south to north in 1989.
SAD.1053/8/22-27
[1990s]
Description of Elvet Hill, from its construction in 1820 and occupants to 1913, by Mary Apperly, dated 1913. Typed transcript.
SAD.1053/8/1-21
1992 February
Durham Banks management plan, draft: plan by the Dean and Chapter of Durham Cathedral to manage its banks of the River Wear in Durham, including outline proposals and works to maintain and enhance the landscape, nature conservation and public enjoyment while preventing erosion and improving the woodland structure for sustained yield of these and other products; with appendices, including note on St Cuthbert's and Galilee Wells, and mine workings tunnel at Prebends' Bridge.
SAD.1062/22/1-23; 24-56
1982; 1994-2012
“The University of Durham: 1832-1982”: typescript article by W.B. Fisher [published in Northern life magazine, June 1982]; with manuscript annotations [?by Morgan].
Papers relating to the wartime Meteorological Office service of Professor W.B. Fisher (1916-1984), including a memoir by Professor B.W. Thompson; negative and photo of Fisher at Clairwood Camp, Durban; obituary of Fisher, printed in the Geography Department annual report 1983/4; correspondence with Alexandra Hardiman, niece of Fisher, offering some papers about Fisher and offprints (2012).
SAD.1062/2/74-75
[2012]
Letter to Morgan from wood engraver Helen Paynter, enclosing a print of Durham; with resumé. For Paynter prints see SAD.1062/1/8-9
3. Sudan Diaries
SAD.340/10/1-50
1974 Dec 15-1975 Jan 12
Dairy of W.T.W. Morgan's trip to Sudan, mostly comprising descriptions of his daily routine, including his research and meetings with various academics, but also including his arrival at Khartoum, researching the census records in the Census Office and the possibility of the records remaining unpublished for political reasons, and social profiles of the rest of his team (SAD.340/10/2-3); visit to Dr. Habib's house and description of his small-holding (SAD.340/10/9); flight from Khartoum to Juba (SAD.340/10/10v-11); visit to the Catholic mission in Torit and reference to the destruction of the mission buildings during the civil war, tribal customs of the Latuka (SAD.340/10/13-15); visit to Torit suq (SAD.340/10/16); description of landscape and vegetation on the Torit-Keyala road, passing through Keyala village, arrival at Chukudum (SAD.340/10/17-19); glossary of the Chukudum vernacular, description of the village and journey from Chukudum to Kapoeta (SAD.340/10/19v-21v); attendance at the Christmas mass service at Kapoeta church (SAD.340/10/22-23); description of a Toposa tribal dance and gathering near Riwoto (SAD.340/10/24-25); journey from Kapoeta to Torit, and description of Keyala village (SAD.340/10/26); field research on the local vegetation and cattle in Torit (SAD.340/10/27-30); journey from Torit to Lafon and attendance at a tribal gathering in Lafon (SAD.340/10/30v-32); description of Kwyeriji cattle camp (SAD.340/10/32v-36); New Year's celebrations in Torit and journey to Gilo in the Imatong Mountains (SAD.340/10/37v-38v); visit to saw mill in Gilo (SAD.340/10/39); journey from Torit to Palotaka, and background to the destruction of the Catholic mission buildings in Palotaka (SAD.340/10/40-41); glossary of Palotaka vernacular and tribal customs, journey to Loti (SAD.340/10/41v-43); journey from Palotaka to Juba (sad.340/10/43v); description of Juba town centre (SAD.340/10/44); agricultural schemes (SAD.340/10/45v-47); flight from Juba to Khartoum (SAD.340/10/47v-48); and flight back to London (SAD.340/12/50v).
4. Other Diaries and Letter Books
SAD.1054-SAD.1060; SAD 1062/21
1941-2019

36 volumes Diaries, often with letters, cuttings and ephemera enclosed (filed in separate envelopes): 1941 (SAD.1054/1); 1942 (SAD.1054/2); 1944 (SAD.1054/3); August 1947 and 12 August 1950-30 September 1951 (SAD.1054/5); Transcripts of letters, 29 June 1951-20 August 1951 (SAD.1054/6), 1 October 1951-July 1953 (SAD.1054/7); 8 December 1953-16 June 1955 (SAD.1054/8); 4 February 1956-24 November 1957 (SAD.1055/1); 18 August 1976-6 July 1980 (SAD.1055/3); 7 July 1980-15 April 1981 (SAD.1055/4); 16 April 1981-31 July 1982 (SAD.1056/1); 1 August 1982-1 October 1983 (SAD.1056/2); 2 October 1983-30 June 1984 (SAD.1056/3); 1 July 1984-31 December 1985 (SAD.1056/4); 1 January 1986-9 January 1987 (SAD.1056/5); 25 March 1987-16 June 1987 (SAD.1057/1); 17 June-29 August 1987 (SAD.1057/2); 30 August 1987-31 December 1989 (SAD.1057/3); 4 July 1990-14 September 1992 (SAD.1057/4); 1 January-3 July 1990 (SAD.1057/5); 20 September 1992-18 October 1994 (SAD.1057/6); 28 November 1994-30 August 1996 (SAD.1058/1); 1 September 1996-21 December 1997 (SAD.1058/2); 22 December 1997-11 June 2000 (SAD.1058/3); 13 June 2000-20 July 2001 (SAD.1058/4); 7 August 2001-20 December 2002 (SAD.1059/1); 21 December 2002-3 November 2003 (SAD.1059/2); 4 November 2003-29 August 2004 (SAD.1059/3); 6 September 2004-4 February 2005 (SAD.1059/4); 4 March 2005-28 June 2006 (SAD.1059/5); 7 July 2006-16 November 2007 (SAD.1060/1); 19 November 2007-3 June 2009 (SAD.1060/2); 17 June 2009-17 April 2012 (SAD.1060/3); 14 April 2012-6 January 2015 (SAD.1060/4); 16 May 2015-29 October 2019 (SAD.1060/5). Diaries are numbered 1-37; volumes 4 and 10 are not present (SAD.1054/4 and SAD.1055/2 not used). Entertaining record, recording guests at parties hosted by Morgan (and those unable to attend), 21 November 1979-24 March 2013 (SAD.1062/21). Enclosures include:
SAD.1054/2/1-6
1942
Currency notes and bearer bonds: Chambre de Commerce de Calais, 1 Franc and 50 centimes, 1916 (SAD.1054/2/1-2); Oesterreichisch-Ungarische Bank, Wien, 1 Krone, 1916 (SAD.1054/2/3); Allied Military Currency, Italy, 10 and 2 Lire, 1943 (SAD.1054/2/4-5); States of Jersey, 6 pence (SAD.1054/2/6);
SAD.1056/4/1
[1984 x 1985]
Bank of England one pound note
5. Memoir
SAD.1061/1/1-98
2003
Unfinished memoir, covering early life and years in Kenya and Durham up to 1976, with postscript.
6. Theses
SAD.1061/2/1-214
March 1950; 1995-2013
“The development of settlement on the Isle of Thanet in its geographical setting with special reference to the growth of the holiday industry”, M.Sc. (Econ) thesis, University of London (201pp); with later cuttings and illustrations.
SAD.1061/3/1-255
June 1960 and 1961; 1982
“The growth and functions of the general office district in the West End of London” Ph.D. dissertation, Northwestern University (248pp, with 2 transparent overlays in rear pocket); with curriculum vitae and dissertation summary (5pp); with associated abstract and copyright records, and cutting.
7. Articles
(b) Articles by others
SAD.1062/2/1-7
1956
“Cultivable land and land use in Equatorian Province, Sudan”, by S.G. Willimott, The Malayan Journal of Tropical Geography, vol. 8 (June 1956). Photocopy.
SAD.1062/2/8-15
January 1961
“Maps of Africa before surveys. The “location of Omodias map” of Sudan”, by K. Michael Barbour, reprinted from The Geographical Review, vol. 51 no. 1 (January 1961)
SAD.1062/2/33-48
[1960s]
“The archaeology of East Africa”, by L.S.B. Leakey: offprint from The Natural Resources of East Africa (1962), with manuscript revisions (SAD.1062/2/33-38); typescript revised section (SAD.1062/2/39-40); typscript revised article (SAD.1062/2/41-48)
SAD.1062/6/84-86
1962
“Kumwe na kumwe [One by one]. A story in Kivumba”, H.E. Lambert, from Swahili no. 33 (2)
SAD.1062/6/10-23
1967 April
“Metals, mining and metallurgy as evidence for cultural links”, by Hamo Sassoon. Submitted to the Conference on East Africa and the Orient.
SAD.1062/6/50-62
1967 April
“L'Apport lexical de l'Indonesien commun a la langue Malgache”, by J. Dez. Reprinted from Bulletin de Madagascar, no. 200 (January 1963) and submitted to the Conference on East Africa and the Orient.
SAD.1062/6/63-83
1967 April
“The description and dating of the glass beads in Eastern Africa”, by Neville Chittick. Submitted to the Conference on East Africa and the Orient.
SAD.1062/6/24-49
[1967]
“The origin and spread of some domestic plants of Eastern Africa”, by M.D. Gwynne.
SAD.1062/2/49-73
[1967]
“Resettlement from the Nile in Sudan”, by D.J. Shaw; lacking map.
SAD.1062/2/16-29
[1997]
“Lessons from South Africa: war and wildlife protection in the Southern Sudan, 1917-1921”, by Jane Carruthers, University of South Africa. Preliminary paper; later published in Environment and History vol. 3 issue 3 pp.299-321 (Oct 1997).
8. Field Notes
SAD.1062/8-19
1959-1998
Notes of fieldwork undertaken in Kenya, Tanzania, Uganda, Nigeria, Ethiopia, Turkey (Istanbul), South Africa, Swaziland, Zaire (Democratic Republic of Congo), Ghana, and Côte d'Ivoire. Enclosures from SAD.1062/15 and 17-18 are filed separately.
12 volumes
SAD.1062/8
1959 December 28-1960 January 5
Mount Kenya.

Formerly numbered: 1

SAD.1062/9
1961
Miscellaneous short trips in Kenya.

Formerly numbered: 2

SAD.1062/10
1961 August 6-27
“Tanzania 1: Dar, Songea-Iringa”
Nairobi to Dar es Salaam, Songea, Iringa in Tanzania.

Formerly numbered: 3

SAD.1062/11
1961 August 28-September 1
“Tanzania 2: Dar, Songea, Iringa”
Iringa to Turiani, Korogwe, Marangu in Tanzania, to Nairobi.

Formerly numbered: 4

SAD.1062/12
1961 December 29-1962 January 8
“Kampala, Ankole, Kigezi, Karagwe, Bukoba, Mwadui, Mwanza”
Kampala, Kabale, Kisoro in Uganda, to Kyerwa, Bukoba, Mwadui, Mwanza in Tanzania.

Formerly numbered: 5

SAD.1062/13
1962 February 23-March 1; 1963 June 17-26; 1965 December 31-1966 January 3; 1966 March 27-April 11
“Marsabit - Lake Rudolf (1962 February 23-March 1); Mombasa field course (1963 June 17-26); South Nyanza and Kisii (1965 December 31-1966 January 3); Maralal (1966 March 27-April 11)”, Kenya

Formerly numbered: 6

SAD.1062/14
1962 December 30-1963 January 9; 1965 August 20-28
“Kitale - Mbale - Moroto - Gulu - Arua (1962 December 30-1963 January 9); Turkana ([with Philip] Gulliver) (1965 August 20-28)”
Nairobi to Kitale in Kenya to Mbale, Moroto, Gulu, Arua in Uganda; Nairobi to Eldoret, Lodwar, Lokitaung, Todonyang, Lokitaung, Lodwar, near Loiya, Mbale, in Kenya.

Formerly numbered: 7

SAD.1062/15
1964 April; 1964 May-June
“Nigeria (April 1964); Ethiopia (May-June 1964)”

Formerly numbered: 9

SAD.1062/16
1966 June 9-18
“Addis, Harar, Istanbul”
Addis Ababa (9-12 June), Dire Dawa, Harar, Dire Dawa (12-13 June), Assab, Asmara (14-15 June), Istanbul (15-18 June).

Formerly numbered: 8

SAD.1062/17
1972 August 21-September 16
“Africa. S. Africa, Swazi, Zaire, Accra, Ivory Coast”
Butterworth to Durban, Zululand, Swaziland, Johannesburg, to Kinshasa, to Accra, to Abidjan, to Durban

Formerly numbered: 10

SAD.1062/18
1972 July 16-August 30
“Africa. Uganda, Kenya, Tanzania, Malawi, South Africa”
Durham to London, to Entebbe, Kampala, to Nairobi and Nakuru, to Moshi in Tanzania, to Nairobi, Kiambu, Magadi, Nakuru, Machakos, Thika, Nairobi, Machakos, Mwea Irrigation Scheme, Kiambu transect, Ikunu (with detailed plan of business district), Nairobi, Kiambu, Nairobi, Nakuru, Kisumu, Nairobi, to Dar es Salaam, Blantyre, Thyolo, Lilongwe, Lake Malawi, Monkey Bay, to Johannesburg, Durban, Butterwoth.

Formerly numbered: 11

SAD.1062/19
1998 September 27-October 11
“Nigeria: Kano - Jos - Abuja - Kano”
Kano, Kaduna, Jos, Abuja, Kaduna, Kano.

Formerly numbered: 12

SAD.1062/20/1-29
[c. 1980s]
Reports of fieldwork undertaken in Kenya by Leslie J. Mitchell: “Land use survey in the Kiambu District of Kenya”, with tables and graphs of results and long section through district, and diagrammatic plan by Mitchell and Rosalind N. Higgs of land use either side of a section of road [?to Ikinu]; “Land use in Machakos”, with plan (1:5,000); “‘Aspects of agriculture in the Nairobi District of Kenya’ - a mosaic of knowledge, impressions and opinions gained during a short field trip”. Manuscript.
SAD.1062/4/1-105
1956-1966
Field studies and notes, Geography Club and Geological Club, Nairobi. Includes: notes of excursions to Ngorika, Garissa, Ramsbottom's farm in Kiambu District, Mount Longonot, Sultan Hamud area, route from Nairobi to Campi ya Samaki, Baingo District, Kiboko Makindu and Kibwezi, Mua Hills and Machakos Reservoir, Beacon Ranch, Athai River, Central Rift Valley, Kiambu Githunguri and Uplands, with related maps, sections etc.; Notes on Lake Magadi and the geology of the area (see also pamphlet “Some notes of Lake Magadi” PamSC 03011); Olorgesailie sediments and stone tools, with map; High Level Sisal Research Station, Thika, Planters' Day 28 October 1957 guide to exhibits and field trials; East African Portland Cement Company Limited Athai River plant, with diagram; Geological notes on the volcanic country west of Hell's Gate by B.N. Temperley, with map; Kiambu District, notes chiefly from H.M.A. Sutton, D.A.O.; Geographical description of the area covered by the East Africa 1:250,000 sheet, Nairobi and the Aberdares; reading notes on dry forests of the great central plateau of southern Africa.
9. Photographic Material: Sudan
(a) Photographs
SAD.341/1/1-35
1974 Dec 17-21
Black and white photographs (Roll 1) taken by W.T.W. Morgan on a visit to southern Sudan, as described in the diary above, including:
SAD.341/1/1-2
1974 Dec 17
Mud walled fortification by the River Nile, Omdurman (1.4 & 1.7)
SAD.341/1/3-4
1974 Dec 17
River Nile view with Blue Nile Bridge in the distance, Omdurman (1.5 & 1.6)
SAD.341/1/5
1974 Dec 17
Felucca on the Nile with river bridge in the distance, Omdurman (1.8)
SAD.341/1/6
1974 Dec 17
Felucca and small boat on the River Nile, Omdurman (1.10)
SAD.341/1/7
1974 Dec 17
River Nile view with river bridge in the distance, Omdurman (1.9)
SAD.341/1/8
1974 Dec 17
The Mahdi's tomb, Omdurman (1.11)
SAD.341/1/9
1974 Dec 18
Dr R. Mills, Associate of the University of Durham Geography Department, holding a grandchild of Dr. Habib (1.12)
SAD.341/1/10
1974 Dec 18
Dr. R. Mills, Associate of the University of Durham Geography Department, feeding Dr. Habib's grandchild (1.14)
SAD.341/1/11
1974 Dec 18
Dr. Habib, retired medical doctor and Squadron Leader H. Griffiths, R.A.F., at Dr Habib's house (1.13)
SAD.341/1/12
1974 Dec 18
Dr. Habib's small holding, brick-lined well (construction began in 1954) (1.15) The well is 10ft in diameter, 54ft deep (including 6ft of water)
SAD.341/1/13
1974 Dec 18
Dr. Habib's small holding comprising 11 acres (1.16)
SAD.341/1/14
1974 Dec 18
Dr. Habib and Squadron Leader H. Griffiths, R.A.F. surveying one of two ponds in Dr. Habib's small holding, growing dates and eucalyptus (1.17)
SAD.341/1/15
1974 Dec 18
One of two ponds in Dr. Habib's small holding (1.18)
SAD.341/1/16-24
1974 Dec 19
Views from the aeroplane on the journey from Khartoum to Juba (1.19-1.27)
SAD.341/1/25-31
1974 Dec 19
Approach into Juba from an aeroplane on the journey from Khartoum to Juba (1.28-1.34)
SAD.341/1/32-33
1974 Dec 19
Torit or Juba house (1-35-1.36)
SAD.341/1/34-35
1974 Dec 21
[Mission building?], Torit (1.37-1.38)
SAD.341/2/1-36
1974 Dec 20-25
Black and white photographs (Roll 2) taken by W.T.W. Morgan on a visit to the southern Sudan, as described in the diary above, including:
SAD.341/2/1-2
1974 Dec 20
Torit Church with ruined exterior (2.2 & 2.7)
SAD.341/2/3-4
1974 Dec 21
Torit Church with ruined interior (2.3 & 2.6)
SAD.341/2/5
1974 Dec 21
Mission building, Torit (2.4)
SAD.341/2/6
1974 Dec 21
Papaya trees, Torit (2.5)
SAD.341/2/7
1974 Dec 21
Two school boys, Torit (2.8)
SAD.341/2/8-9
1974 Dec 23
Torit-Keyala road with the Lafit Mountains in the background (2.9 & 2.10)
SAD.341/2/10-11
1974 Dec 23
Keyala-Logiliok road (2.11 & 2.12)
SAD.341/2/12
1974 Dec 24
Roman Catholic Mission, Chukudum, Didinga Hills (2.13)
SAD.341/2/13
1974 Dec 24
Avenue of trees, Chukudum Roman Catholic Mission (2.14)
SAD.341/2/14-16
1974 Dec 24
Chukudum Roman Catholic Mission (2.15-2.17)
SAD.341/2/17
1974 Dec 24
Church, Chukudum Roman Catholic Mission (2.18)
SAD.341/2/18
1974 Dec 24
Open air class room, Chukudum Roman Catholic Mission (2.19)
SAD.341/2/19
1974 Dec 24
Bullrush millet plant, Chukudum Roman Catholic Mission (2.20)
SAD.341/2/20
1974 Dec 24
Tukl, Chukudum (2.21)
SAD.341/2/21
1974 Dec 24
House/shop with roof of flattened petrol tins, Chukudum (2.22)
SAD.341/2/22-23
1974 Dec 24
Chukudum village with grain store (2.23 & 2.24)
SAD.341/2/24
1974 Dec 24
Chukudum-Kapoeta road with Combretum savanna grassland and hills in the background (2.25)
SAD.341/2/25
1974 Dec 24
Chukudum-Kapoeta road with Combretum/Terminalia savanna grassland (2.26)
SAD.341/2/26
1974 Dec 25
Roman Catholic Mission Church, Kapoeta (2.27)
SAD.341/2/27
1974 Dec 25
Schoolboys, Kapoeta (2.28)
SAD.341/2/28
1974 Dec 25
Church on Christmas Day, Kapoeta (2.29)
SAD.341/2/29
1974 Dec 25
Thorn and aloe vegetation, Kapoeta (2.30)
SAD.341/2/30
1974 Dec 25
Ruins of mission building, Kapoeta (2.31)
SAD.341/2/31-33
1974 Dec 25
Ruins of mission school, Kapoeta (2.32-2.34)
SAD.341/2/34-35
1974 Dec 25
Grain store on stilts, Mathinga area, Kapoeta (2.35 & 2.36)
SAD.341/2/36
1974 Dec 25
Tukl, Mathinga area, Kapoeta (2.37)
SAD.341/3/1-34
1974 Dec 26-27
Black and white photographs (Roll 3) taken by W.T.W. Morgan on a visit to the southern Sudan, as described in the diary above, including:
SAD.341/3/1-2
1974 Dec 26
Female dancers, near Riwoto, Kapoeta (3.3, 3.7)
SAD.341/3/3
1974 Dec 26
Dance audience at a tribal gathering near Riwoto, Kapoeta (3.4)
SAD.341/3/4
1974 Dec 26
Female dancers caricaturing their male counterparts, near Riwoto, Kapoeta (3.5)
SAD.341/3/5
1974 Dec 26
Female dancers approaching elders in shade, near Riwoto, Kapoeta (3.6)
SAD.341/3/6-11
1974 Dec 26
Male dancers, near Riwoto, Kapoeta (3.8-3.12,3.14)
SAD.341/3/12
1974 Dec 26
Speakers dressed in white feather headdress and holding spears addresssing the crowd at a tribal meeting, near Riwoto, Kapoeta (3.13)
SAD.341/3/13
1974 Dec 26
Speaker addressing his chief at a tribal meeting, near Riwoto, Kapoeta (3.15)
SAD.341/3/14
1974 Dec 26
The six speakers at a tribal dance, near Riwoto, Kapoeta (3.16)
SAD.341/3/15
1974 Dec 26
Tribal elder wearing ivory bracelet addressing the crowd, near Riwoto, Kapoeta (3.17)
SAD.341/3/16
1974 Dec 26
Principal speaker wearing leopard skin and shoes addressing the crowd, near Riwoto, Kapoeta (3.18)
SAD.341/3/17
1974 Dec 26
Crowd at the end of the tribal ceremony, near Riwoto, Kapoeta (3.19)
SAD.341/3/18
1974 Dec 26
Women appearing at the end of the tribal ceremony, near Riwoto, Kapoeta (3.20)
SAD.341/3/19
1974 Dec 27
(From l-r) Gunnar Harland, Fr. George Longwoko, Fr. Rovelli (Verona Fathers), W.T.W. Morgan, Erik Erickson, and Fr. Joesph Ukelo (3.22)
SAD.341/3/20
1974 Dec 27
Sudanese assistant, Kapoeta (3.23)
SAD.341/3/21
1974 Dec 27
Short acacia (mellifera sp.?) on the Kapoeta-Keyala roadside (3.24)
SAD.341/3/22
1974 Dec 27
Tall acacia (well grazed beneath) on the Kapoeta-Keyala roadside (3.25)
SAD.341/3/23
1974 Dec 27
Tall grass (ungrazed due to lack of water) on the Kapoeta-Keyala roadside (border of Toposa territory)
SAD.341/3/24
1974 Dec 27
Tall grass, Boya hills, on the Kapoeta-Keyala roadside (3.27)
SAD.341/3/25
1974 Dec 27
Combretum/Terminalia savanna, tall grass (Hyparhenia sp.?), on the Kapoeta-Keyala roadside before Farasika ( “junction”) (3.28)
SAD.341/3/26
1974 Dec 27
Broad leaved savanna, grazed, Dongatona Mountains, on the Kapoeta-Keyala roadside (3.29)
SAD.341/3/27
1974 Dec 27
Palm tress in the Dongatona Mountains, on the Kapoeta-Keyala roadside (3.30)
SAD.341/3/28
1974 Dec 27
Zariba with grain grinding hollows in foreground, Keyala (3.31)
SAD.341/3/29
1974 Dec 27
Tukls with traditional roofs and a grain store, Lafit Mountains, Keyala (3.32)
SAD.341/3/30
1974 Dec 27
Bird scare/outlook platform, Keyala (3.33)
SAD.341/3/31
1974 Dec 27
Tall-roofed tukls and wooden zaribas, Keyala (3.34)
SAD.341/3/32
1974 Dec 27
Tukls and a grain store, Keyala (3.35)
SAD.341/3/33
1974 Dec 27
Gunnar Harland drinking traditional beer (merissa), Erik Erikson, and Sudanese locals, Keyala (3.36)
SAD.341/3/34
1974 Dec 27
Tukls inside a stockade, Keyala (3.37)
SAD.341/4/1-36
1974 Dec 29-1975 Jan 1
Black and white photographs (Roll 4) taken by W.T.W. Morgan on a visit to the southern Sudan, as described in the diary above, including:
SAD.341/4/1
1974 Dec 29
Lafit mountains from the west (4.3)
SAD.341/4/2
1974 Dec 29
Sudanese people, Wiatuo village, Lafon (4.4)
SAD.341/4/3
1974 Dec 29
Group of Sudanese people, including the government chief and rainmaker, Wiatuo village, Lafon (4.5)
SAD.341/4/4
1974 Dec 29
Sudanese people gathering for a meeting, Wiatuo village, Lafon (4.6)
SAD.341/4/5
1974 Dec 29
Drums at the centre of a tribal gathering, Wiatuo village, Lafon (4.7)
SAD.341/4/6
1974 Dec 29
Government chief and rainmaker addressing tribal meeting, Wiatuo village, Lafon (4.8)
SAD.341/4/7
1974 Dec 29
View from above of a tribal meeting, Wiatuo village, Lafon (4.9)
SAD.341/4/8
1974 Dec 30
Kwyeriji cattle camp used by Wiatuo and some Buro villagers, Lafon (4.11)
SAD.341/4/9-11
1974 Dec 30
Cattle near Kwyeriji cattle camp, Lafon (4.12-4.14)
SAD.341/4/12-14
1974 Dec 30
Sorghum (ratoon, second growth crop), Lafon (4.15-4.16)
SAD.341/4/15
1974 Dec 30
Sorghum field and tukl, Lafon (4.17)
SAD.341/4/16-19
1974 Dec 30
Village, Lafon (4.18-4.21)
SAD.341/4/20
1974 Dec 30
Tukl and cultivation on the western margin of Lafit Mountains (4.22)
SAD.341/4/21
1974 Dec 30
Bullrush millet (4.23)
SAD.341/4/22-28
1974 Dec 30
Imatong Mountains (4.24-4.30)
SAD.341/4/29
1975 Jan 1
Gilo Rest House, Imatong Mountains (4.31)
SAD.341/4/30
1975 Jan 1
Remains of the former Gilo Rest House, chimney stack and fireplace, Imatong Mountains (4.32)
SAD.341/4/31
1975 Jan 1
Remains of the former Gilo Rest House, chimney stack and bath, Imatong Mountains (4.33)
SAD.341/4/32
1975 Jan 1
Overgrown tea trees, Gilo, Imatong Mountains (4.34)
SAD.341/4/33
1975 Jan 1
Bracken, Gilo, Imatong Mountains (4.35)
SAD.341/4/34
1975 Jan 1
Remains of plantation, Gilo, Imatong Mountains (4.36)
SAD.341/4/35-36
1975 Jan 1
View with Jebel Garia (8,281ft), Gilo, Imatong Mountains (4.37-4.38)
SAD.341/5/1-36
1975 Jan 1-4
Black and white photographs (Roll 5) taken by W.T.W. Morgan on a visit to the southern Sudan, as described in the diary above, including:
SAD.341/5/1
1975 Jan 1
Jabal Garia from Gilo area, Imatong Mountains (5.2)
SAD.341/5/2
1975 Jan 1
Rest house, Gilo, Imatong Mountains (5.3)
SAD.341/5/3
1975 Jan 2
Settlement with labour lines, Gilo, Imatong Mountains (5.4)
SAD.341/5/4-5
1975 Jan 2
Erik Erikson and Gunnar Harland, Gilo, Imatong Mountains (5.5-5.6)
SAD.341/5/6-9
1975 Jan 2
Standing timber, Gilo, Imatong Mountains (5.7-5.10)
SAD.341/5/10
1975 Jan 2
Overgrown plantation, Gilo, Imatong Mountains (5.11)
SAD.341/5/11
1975 Jan 2
Pruned coffee bushes, Gilo, Imatong Mountains (5.12)
SAD.341/5/12
1975 Jan 2
Plantation, Gilo, Imatong Mountains (5.13)
SAD.341/5/13
1975 Jan 2
View of Gilo, Imatong Mountains (5.14)
SAD.341/5/14
1975 Jan 2
Sawmill, Gilo, Imatong Mountains (5.15)
SAD.341/5/15
1975 Jan 2
Tree in flower, Gilo, Imatong Mountains (5.16)
SAD.341/5/16
1975 Jan 2
Sawmill interior, Gilo, Imatong Mountains (5.17)
SAD.341/5/17
1975 Jan 2
Sawmill log store, Gilo, Imatong Mountains (5.18)
SAD.341/5/18
1975 Jan 2
Ensete (wild banana), Gilo, Imatong Mountains (5.19)
SAD.341/5/19
1975 Jan 2
Penstock for Katire sawmill, Gilo, Imatong Mountains (5.20)
SAD.341/5/20
1975 Jan 2
Sawmill, Katire, Imatong Mountains (5.21)
SAD.341/5/21-22
1975 Jan 3
Former teacher training college, Palotaka (5.22-5.23)
SAD.341/5/23
1975 Jan 3
Roman Catholic Church, Palotaka (5.24)
SAD.341/5/24
1975 Jan 3
Grassland/forest edge (western Acholi Mountains), Loti, near Palotaka (5.25)
SAD.341/5/25
1975 Jan 4
Forest (western Acholi Mountains), Loti, near Palotaka (5.26)
SAD.341/5/26
1975 Jan 4
Large buttressed tree (western Acholi Mountains), Loti, near Palotaka (5.27)
SAD.341/5/27
1975 Jan 4
Dense forest, Loti, near Palotaka (5.28)
SAD.341/5/28-29
1975 Jan 4
Lowland forest (western Acholi Mountains), Loti, near Palotaka (5.29-5.30)
SAD.341/5/30
1975 Jan 4
Ruined building, Loti, near Palotaka (5.31)
SAD.341/5/31
1975 Jan 4
Mission chapel, Loti, near Palotaka (5.32)
SAD.341/5/32
1975 Jan 4
Ruined mission buildings, Loti, near Palotaka (5.33)
SAD.341/5/33
1975 Jan 4
Fr. Paridi with traditional hoe, Palotaka (5.34)
SAD.341/5/34
1975 Jan 4
Roman Catholic Mission house, Palotaka (5.35)
SAD.341/5/35
1975 Jan 4
Papaya (paw paw), Roman Catholic Mission, Palotaka (5.36)
SAD.341/5/36
1975 Jan 4
Cassava, Roman Catholic Mission, Palotaka (5.37)
(b) Contact Prints and Negatives
SAD.341/6/1-5
1974 Dec 17-Jan 4
Sheets of contact prints of photographs taken by W.T.W. Morgan on a visit to the southern Sudan, as described in the diary above. These photographs have been described above.
SAD.341/6/6
1974 Dec 17-Jan 4
Negatives of photographs taken by W.T.W. Morgan on a visit to the southern Sudan, as described in the diary above. These photographs have been described above.
See also SAD.1073/1
1974-1975
(c) Slides
SAD.916/17/1-26
1956 Feb
Colour slides by W.T.W. Morgan of a journey from Egypt to Khartoum
SAD.916/17/1
1956 Feb
View from river of a settlement between Eneiba and Abu Simbel on the west bank of the Nile
SAD.916/17/2
1956 Feb
Locomotive at Wadi Halfa
SAD.916/17/3
1956 Feb
Train carriages at Wadi Halfa
SAD.916/17/4
1956 Feb
Irrigation channels at Wadi Halfa
SAD.916/17/5
1956 Feb
Flags of Sudan and Egyptian revolution [Republic] flying together at Wadi Halfa
SAD.916/17/6
1956 Feb
Shops at Wadi Halfa
SAD.916/17/7
1956 Feb
Train at Wadi Halfa
SAD.916/17/8
1956 Feb
Huts for railway gangs on railway just south of Wadi Halfa. “Guttya”
SAD.916/17/9
1956 Feb
A [railway] stop just south of Wadi Halfa
SAD.916/17/10
1956 Feb
Railway “station” just south of Wadi Halfa
SAD.916/17/11
1956 Feb
Desert view south of Wadi Halfa
SAD.916/17/12
1956 Feb
Desert landscape south of Wadi Halfa
SAD.916/17/13
1956 Feb
Part of station settlement south of Wadi Halfa
SAD.916/17/14
1956 Feb
Station no. 6 on Wadi Halfa - Khartoum line
SAD.916/17/15
1956 Feb
Mahmiya. Typical arcaded shops
SAD.916/17/16
1956 Feb
Shrubs appearing between Mahmiya and Shendi
SAD.916/17/17
1956 Feb
Shendi. Empty street
SAD.916/17/18
1956 Feb
Shendi. Part of the midan
SAD.916/17/19
1956 Feb
Shendi. Making clay bricks
SAD.916/17/20
1956 Feb
Shendi
SAD.916/17/21
1956 Feb
Wad Ben Naga. 132 km
SAD.916/17/22
1956 Feb
Wad Ben Naga. 132 km. Famous for milk, eggs, cheese. Selling milk, cereal, ?roast mealies, eggs, cheese, chickens [to train passengers]
SAD.916/17/23
1956 Feb
Desert between Wad Ben Naga and Khartoum
SAD.916/17/24
1956 Feb
Erosion remnant between Wadi Naga and Khartoum
SAD.916/17/25
1956 Feb
Khartoum Cathedral
SAD.916/17/26
1956 Feb
Khartoum buses, parked in depot
SAD.955/11-955/20
1974 Dec 17-1975 Jan 4
Colour slides taken by W.T.W. Morgan on a visit to the southern Sudan, as described in the diary above, mostly duplicates of the photographs, including:
SAD.955/11/1
1974 Dec 17
Mahdist mud walled fortifications by the River Nile, Omdurman
SAD.955/11/2-3
1974 Dec 17
River Nile view with the White Nile Bridge between Omdurman and Khartoum in the distance
SAD.955/11/4-6
1974 Dec 17
Felucca on the Nile at Omdurman
SAD.955/11/7
1974 Dec 17
Bridge over Nile from Omdurman to Khartoum North
SAD.955/11/8
1974 Dec 17
The Mahdi's tomb, Omdurman
SAD.955/11/9
1974 Dec 18
Robin Mills at Dr Habib's house, Khartoum
SAD.955/11/10
1974 Dec 18
Brick-lined well (construction begun in 1954) at Dr. Habib's small holding in Khartoum
SAD.955/11/11-12
1974 Dec 18
Dr. Habib's small holding comprising 11 acres, Khartoum
SAD.955/11/13
1974 Dec 18
Bridge over the fish pond in Dr Habib's garden, Khartoum
SAD.955/11/14
1974 Dec 18
Fish pond in Dr Habib's garden, Khartoum
SAD.955/11/15-20
1974 Dec 19
Views from an aeroplane on the journey south from Khartoum to Juba (many duplicates of photographs)
SAD.955/12/1-13
1974 Dec 19
Views from an aeroplane on the journey south from Khartoum to Juba (many duplicates of photographs)
SAD.955/12/14-15
1974 Dec 20
House at Torit or Juba
SAD.955/12/16
1974 Dec 21
Priest's house, Roman Catholic Mission, Torit
SAD.955/12/17-19
1974 Dec 21
Ruined church, Roman Catholic Mission, Torit
SAD.955/12/20
1974 Dec 21
Ruined living quarters for the Roman Catholic sisters at Torit Mission
SAD.955/13/1
1974 Dec 21
Paw paw trees at Torit mission
SAD.955/13/2-4
1974 Dec 23
Fish eagles near Keyala
SAD.955/13/5
1974 Dec 23
Road across swamp, Keyala area
SAD.955/13/6
1974 Dec 24
Chukudum, with Didinga Hills in the background
SAD.955/13/7
1974 Dec 24
Avenue of trees, Chukudum Roman Catholic Mission
SAD.955/13/8
1974 Dec 24
Roman Catholic Mission, Chukudum
SAD.955/13/9,11
1974 Dec 24
School at Chukudum Roman Catholic Mission
SAD.955/13/10
1974 Dec 24
Teacher's house, Roman Catholic Mission, Chukudum
SAD.955/13/12
1974 Dec 24
Outdoor classroom at Chukudum Roman Catholic mission school
SAD.955/13/13
1974 Dec 24
Bullrush millet plant (Pennisetum typhoideum) at Chukudum
SAD.955/13/14
1974 Dec 24
Traditional thatched house at Chukudum
SAD.955/13/15
1974 Dec 24
House/shop with roof of flattened petrol tins, Chukudum
SAD.955/13/16-17
1974 Dec 24
Chukudum village with grain store
SAD.955/13/18
1974 Dec 24
North Didinga Hills
SAD.955/13/19
1974 Dec 24
Thorn grassland, Chukudum-Kapoeta road
SAD.955/13/20;955/14/1
1974 Dec 25
Catholic mission church at Kapoeta
SAD.955/14/2
1974 Dec 25
Thorn trees and aloes at Kapoeta
SAD.955/14/3
1974 Dec 25
Ruined brick ovens at the Roman Catholic Mission, Kapoeta
SAD.955/14/4
1974 Dec 25
Ruined school building at the Roman Catholic mission, Kapoeta
SAD.955/14/5
1974 Dec 25
Ruins of the sisters' house at the Roman Catholic mission, Kapoeta
SAD.955/14/6-7
1974 Dec 26
Grain store on stilts, Mathinga area, Kapoeta
SAD.955/14/8
1974 Dec 26
Toposa tribal meeting, near Riwoto, Kapoeta
SAD.955/14/9-11,14,16
1974 Dec 26
Toposa female dancers, near Riwoto, Kapoeta
SAD.955/14/12,15
1974 Dec 26
Onlookers at Toposa dance, near Riwoto, Kapoeta
SAD.955/14/13
1974 Dec 26
Elders at Toposa dance, near Riwoto, Kapoeta
SAD.955/14/17-20
1974 Dec 26
Toposa male dancers wearing ostrich feather headdresses at a tribal meeting near Riwoto, Kapoeta
SAD.955/15/1-5
1974 Dec 26
Toposa male dancers wearing ostrich feather headdresses at a tribal meeting near Riwoto, Kapoeta (x2)
SAD.955/15/6
1974 Dec 26
Toposa men wearing feather headdresses and holding spears at a tribal meeting near Riwoto, Kapoeta
SAD.955/15/7-11
1974 Dec 26
Toposa spokesmen wearing ostrich feather headdresses and leopard skins, addressing the chief at a tribal meeting near Riwoto, Kapoeta
SAD.955/15/12
1974 Dec 26
Toposa tribal elder, wearing an ivory bracelet, addressing the crowd, near Riwoto, Kapoeta
SAD.955/15/13-14
1974 Dec 26
Toposa male dancers wearing leopard skins and ostrich feather headdresses at tribal gathering near Riwoto, Kapoeta
SAD.955/15/15
1974 Dec 26
Crowd of onlookers at the end of a Toposa tribal ceremony near Riwoto, Kapoeta
SAD.955/15/16
1974 Dec 27
Thoirn and grass land west of Kapoeta
SAD.955/15/17
1974 Dec 26
Group of Toposa men with spears in discussion
SAD.955/15/18
1974 Dec 27
Group in front of the Roman Catholic Mission, Kapoeta: (from l to r) Fr. George Longwoko, Gunnar Harland, Fr. Joesph Ukelo, W. T. W. Morgan, Fr. Rovelli (Verona Fathers) and Erik Erickson
SAD.955/15/19
1974 Dec 27
Unyang John Okoth, Roman Catholic Mission, Kapoeta
SAD.955/15/20
1974 Dec 27
Dry thorn bush, west of Kapoeta on the Kapoeta to Keyala road
SAD.955/16/1
1974 Dec 27
Thorn trees and short grass west of Kapoeta on the Kapoeta to Keyala road
SAD.955/16/2
1974 Dec 27
Thorn trees and ungrazed grass west of Kapoeta with the Boya Hills in the background
SAD.955/16/3
1974 Dec 27
Combretum savanna west of Kapoeta, approaching the Boya Hills
SAD.955/16/4
1974 Dec 27
Hyphaene and Borassus palms, at the foot of the Dongotona Mountains
SAD.955/16/5
1974 Dec 27
Grinding stones, Keyala
SAD.955/16/6
1974 Dec 27
“Community centre”, Keyala
SAD.955/1/7-8,11
1974 Dec 27
Tukls at Keyala with traditonal steep rooves to near ground level
SAD.955/16/9
1974 Dec 27
Zariba at Keyala, with entrance to village
SAD.955/16/10
1974 Dec 27
Sitting platform, Keyala
SAD.955/16/12
1974 Dec 27
Tukls and grain store in Keyala village
SAD.955/16/13
1974 Dec 27
Gunnar Harland drinking traditional beer (merissa), Erik Erikson, and Sudanese locals, Keyala
SAD.955/16/14
1974 Dec 29
Lafit Mountains from the west
SAD.955/16/15
1974 Dec 29
Dance at Wiatuo village, Lafon
SAD.955/16/16
1974 Dec 29
Villagers, including the chief and rainmaker, Wiatuo village, Lafon
SAD.955/16/17
1974 Dec 29
Tribal gathering at Wiatuo village, Lafon
SAD.955/16/18
1974 Dec 29
Drums at the centre of a tribal gathering, Wiatuo village, Lafon
SAD.955/16/19
1974 Dec 29
Dancers at a tribal gathering, Wiatuo village, Lafon
SAD.955/16/20
1974 Dec 29
Bird's eye view of Wiatuo village, Lafon
SAD.955/17/1
1974 Dec 29
Tribal chief and rainmaker addressing tribal meeting, Wiatuo village, Lafon
SAD.955/17/2
1974 Dec 30
Kwyeriji cattle camp near the Chol river, Lafon
SAD.955/17/3
1974 Dec 30
Thorn woodland near the Chol river, Lafon
SAD.955/17/4-6
1974 Dec 30
Cattle grazing near the Chol river, Lafon
SAD.955/17/7-9
1974 Dec 30
Sorghum (second growth crop), near Lafon
SAD.955/17/10-11
1974 Dec 30
Wiatuo village, Lafon
SAD.955/17/12-13
1974 Dec 30
Lafit Mountains (view from Lafon)
SAD.955/17/14-16
1974 Dec 30
Women grinding sorghum at Lafon
SAD.955/17/16
1974 Dec
Tukl and grain store in unidentified village, Equatoria
SAD.955/17/17
1975 Jan 1
Gunnar Harland resting on an `anqarib near Katire
SAD.955/17/18
1975 Jan 1
View of the Imatong Mountains above Katire
SAD.955/17/19; 955/18/1
1975 Jan 1
View of the Imatong Mountains and Katire valley
SAD.955/17/20
1975 Jan 1
Cultivated slopes, Imatong Mountains
SAD.955/18/2
1975 Jan 1
Imatong Mountains, near Gilo
SAD.955/18/3
1975 Jan 1
Mount Garia, Imatong Mountains
SAD.955/18/4
1975 Jan 1
View of the Imatong Mountains
SAD.955/18/5,11
1975 Jan 1
Gilo rest house, Imatong Mountains
SAD.955/18/6-7
1975 Jan 1
Ruins of the former Gilo rest house, Imatong Mountains
SAD.955/18/8
1975 Jan 1
Eucalyptus near Gilo, Imatong Mountains
SAD.955/18/9
1975 Jan 1
Bracken near Gilo, Imatong Mountains
SAD.955/18/10
1975 Jan 1
View of Mount Garia, Imatong Mountains
SAD.955/18/12
1975 Jan 1
View of Mount Garia and the Imatong Mountains, from Gilo
SAD.955/18/13
1975 Jan 2
Tea plantation at Gilo, Imatong Mountains
SAD.955/18/14
1975 Jan 2
Overgrown tea, Gilo, Imatong Mountains (x2)
SAD.955/18/15-16
1975 Jan 2
Overgrown tea and old coffee (arabica) plants at Gilo, Imatong Mountains
SAD.955/18/17
1975 Jan 2
Forest at Gilo, Imatong Mountains
SAD.955/18/18
1975 Jan 2
Plantation at Gilo, Imatong Mountains
SAD.955/18/19
1975 Jan 2
Viiew of Mount Garia, Imatong Mountains
SAD.955/18/20
1975 Jan 2
Saw mill at Gilo, Imatong Mountains
SAD.955/19/1
1975 Jan 2
Steam engine in saw mill, Gilo, Equatoria
SAD.955/19/2
1975 Jan 2
Saw mill timber store, Gilo, Equatoria
SAD.955/19/3
1975 Jan 2
Ensete (wild banana), at Gilo, Equatoria
SAD.955/19/4
1975 Jan 2
Sawmill penstock at Katire, Imatong Mountains
SAD.955/19/5
1975 Jan 3
Former teacher training college, Palotaka
SAD.955/19/6
1975 Jan 3
Interior of Roman Catholic mission church, Palotaka
SAD.955/19/7-10
1975 Jan 4
Forest and grassland at Loti on the west side of the Acholi Mountains
SAD.955/19/11
1975 Jan 4
View west from Loti mission of forest and plain
SAD.955/19/12
1975 Jan 4
Ruined mission building at Loti
SAD.955/19/13
1975 Jan 4
Roman Catholic Mission chapel, Loti
SAD.955/19/14
1975 Jan 4
Ruined buildings at the Roman Catholic Mission, Loti
SAD.955/19/15
1975 Jan 3
Forest vegetation at Loti
SAD.955/19/16
1975 Jan 4
Father Paridi with traditional hoe at Palotaka Roman Catholic Mission
SAD.955/19/17
1975 Jan 4
Roman Catholic Mission building, Palotaka
SAD.955/19/18
1975 Jan 4
Papaya (paw paw) at Roman Catholic Mission, Palotaka
SAD.955/19/19
1975 Jan 4
Cassava, Roman Catholic Mission, Palataka
SAD.955/19/20
1975 Jan 4
Landscape at Palotaka
SAD.955/20/1-15
1975 Jan 9
Aerial views of the journey from Juba to Khartoum
SAD.955/20/16
1974 Dec 30
Lokuro tribal hoe (kwechinywom kwachiyum), used for bridal price , Lafon
(d) Captions
SAD.340/11/1-9
[2000s]
Word processed list of captions by Morgan for photographs and slides above. These captions were used to aid the catalogue descriptions in the Photographs and Slides sections.
SAD.340/11/10-11
[2000s]
Further notes and explanatory context by Morgan on his visit to the Sudan
(e) Postcards
SAD.231/4/1
[ca. 1990s]
Postcard of an oil painting by G.D. Rowlandson illustrating the Battle of Omdurman, 1898, held at Belvoir Castle
SAD.231/4/2
[ca. 1990s]
Postcard showing the Cholmondeley collection of model soldiers at Hougton Hall, Norfolk enacting the charge of the 21st Lancers at Omdurman, 1898
10. Photographic material: Kenya
(a) Slides
Landscapes, geological features, flora and fauna, agricultural and irrigation schemes, farming and husbandry, peoples and settlements / buildings, archaeological sites, mining and other industrial sites, events and incidents, aerial photographs. Placenames are listed at file level.
East Africa environments; Nairobi
SAD.1071/1/1-108
1956-1963; 1985
Photographic slides, including the following places, ?all in Kenya: Bata shoe factory, Limuru; Harry Thuku, home and farm; Ndeiya; Kiambu; Tana River dam and hydroelectric scheme; Kikuyu; Sugama; Dagoretti Corner; fortified village and look-out; Maragua power station; Kinanjui's grave, and sons; Embu; Karatina; Land Department, Nairobi; Mwea-Tebere rice scheme; crop at farm of Bob Harris; Mount Kinangop; coffee farm, Kiambu; Cave Falls; Limum, Nairobi; Kinangop plateau; Dundori; Cherangani hills; Aberdare; Brackenhurst farm area; Mount Elgon; Mukuya [?]; Kamiti valley.
Masai
SAD.1063/1/1-197
1950s-1960s
Photographic slides, including the following places: Serengeti; Mara; Narok; Manyatta; Soit Ololol; Magadi; Kuruman; Nguruman; Olorgesailie; Olkeju Ngiro; Ol Doinyo Nyezi; Magadi; Ol Doinyo Sambu; Lengai; Lake Natron; Shambole; Ngare Ngiro swamp; Ngorika; Kajiado; Kambe; Ingido; Ol Keju Ado; Ngorika; Athi plain; Athi River; Narok; Lake Kwenia; Ngong Hills; Rift Valley; Sultan Hamud; Mount Kilimanjaro; Kiboko; Kitani; Tsavo; Lugard's Falls; Yatta plateau; Voi; Emali; Chyulu Hills.
West Kenya
SAD.1063/2/1-163
1950s-1970s
Photographic slides, including the following places: Homa Bay; South Nyanza; Mara; Macalder mine; Kisii; Migori; Karonga; Kaloka; Asembo Bay; Lake Victoria; Usenge Hill; River Yala; Ramogi Hills; Lumbwa; Kericho; Nandi; Kakamega; Kisumu; Mareno; Mtama; Kano plain; Ahero; Maragoli Hills; Bunyore; Kipsigis; Kitale; Eldoret; Chesoi Elgeyo; Eldama; Londiani; Trans-Nzoia; Mount Elgon; Broderick Falls; Elgeyo; Kerio Valley; Nairobi; Athi plain.
Kenya coast
SAD.1064/1/1-98
1950s-1960s
Photographic slides, including the following places: Malindi; Mombasa; Kalindini; Mtwapa Creek; Witu; Port Reitz; Taita Hills; Vuria; Fundisha; Gedi; Blue Lagoon; Shimba Hills; Inletu; Ingomeni; Sabaki River.
Mount Kenya
SAD.1064/2/1-140
1950s-1960s
Photographic slides of Mount Kenya.
C. Rift [Valley]
SAD.1065/1/1-150
1950s-1960s
Photographic slides, including the following places: Longonot; Gilgil; Ngong; Lake Elementeita; Kinangop plateau; Baringo; Menengai; Kinang; Lake Naivasha; Kongoni; Lake Nakuru; Crater Lake; Ol Esayeti; Kariandusi; Kiboko; Melawa gorge; Hobley's volcano (Olkaria); Hell's Gate; Nderit; Magadi; Eluru; Mount Olorgesailie; Marigat; Kampi ya Samaki; ?Nehum; Kerio gorge at Chebloch Bridge; Njorowa gorge, Fisher's Tower.
Machakos etc., Olorgesailie, Magadi
SAD.1065/2/1-128
1950s-1960s
Photographic slides, including the following places: Athi River and plain; bridge near Koma Rock; Kilima Kimwe; Chumbi; Mua Hills; Kanzalu; Fourteen Falls Thika; Thwake River; Mwania River; Ol Doinyo Sapuk (including Macmillans' graves); Wamunyu; Machakos; Kithioko River; Ngong Hills; Seven Forks; Yetta plateau; Kanzalu; Ithanga Hills; Tana River; Kamburu; Gitaru; Lake Kwenia; Lake Magadi; Kitui; Tana plains; Matuu; Yatta; Lion Rocks.
11. Photographic material: Nigeria
(a) Photographs and negatives
Landscapes, geological features, flora and fauna, agricultural and irrigation schemes, farming and husbandry, peoples and settlements / buildings, archaeological sites, mining and other industrial sites, events and incidents, aerial photographs. Placenames are listed at file level.
Nigeria
SAD.1070/1
1970s-1980s

Photographic contact prints, with negatives, including places in Nigeria, UK, Tunisia, and India: Jos; Rayfield; Yelwa Club; Mongu; Kuba; Summit Hotel Jos; Jesus College Cambridge; Kurra Falls; University of York; ?Isle of Islay; Panyam; Natural Sciences campus University of Jos; Naraguta Hostel; Jos city scenes and buildings; Anambra; Imo; Enugu; Chief Nwoga's compound at Ekwereazu; Bambur; Shere Hills; Kaporo Hills; N'gell plains; Shere falls and plateau; Ife; Kwall area; Kagoro; Abuja area; Obudu plateau; North Sheen; Nsukka; Nkpologu; Aku; Ukehe; Nsude (Enugu scarp); Bisichi; Jalingo; Maijuju; Kano; Rano; Kairouan; Sousse; Miango; Gindiri; Zaria; Beli; Gembu; Mambilla plateau; Kusuku; Warwar; Gona River; Ganawuri Hills; Kurama; Sokoto; Kotorkorshi; Shemankar River; Jibaya; Daura; Yelwa; Bauchi; Ibadan; Jos plateau.
Jos
SAD.1070/2/1-3
1978
Photographic prints: pottery wares on a stall; housing with grass and corrugated iron roofs.
Jos Plateau
SAD.1070/3/1-37
1992
Photographic prints: village scenes; vegetation; landscapes; Christian grave; broken and leaking water pipelines; [?mine] pond; spoil heaps; delapidated Land Rover of the Department of Geography and Planning Jos Plateau Environmental Resources Development Project (Jos - Durham Linkage), and a second project vehicle; Project seed nursery (established 1991); farm machinery; crop; coast. With two prints (without negatives) from the International Seminar of the Jos Plateau Environmental Resources Development Programme field trip, 9 December 1992, by K. Schoeneich: Rayfield abandoned mine ponds; Delimi River Fadama Farms.
Jos
SAD.1070/4/1-28
1992 Dec-1993
Photographic prints: Giant's Causeway; mud beehives; Berom settlement and people; Jos Plateau Environmental Resources Development Programme seed nursery, Unijos campus; Professor Hussein, Edwin Aguiguro, Unijos; irrigated plots beside Jos River; Rayfield Resorts, site for proposed lakeside resort, with model; Roderic Dutton, Mike Alexander, in Durham.
Slide of Lagos schoolchildren moved to SAD.1069/2/77.
Nigeria
SAD.1070/5/1-65
1998 Oct
Photographic prints: Flora; Rayfield Resort former mine site; Barakin Ladi tin mine; Gana Daji; Vom Vet; Chaka; Geography Department, Unijos; 71st birthday party; Abuja; Ganji-Tara settlement buildings, people, agriculture and husbandry.
(b) Slides
Landscapes, geological features, flora and fauna, agricultural and irrigation schemes, farming and husbandry, peoples and settlements / buildings, archaeological sites, mining and other industrial sites, events and incidents, aerial photographs. Placenames are listed at file level.
Nigeria
SAD.1066/1/1-195
1964 April
Photographic slides, including: Jos; Ahmadu Bello University; Zaria; Kaduna; Lagos; Ibadan; Kano; buildings, including mosques, palaces, state houses, traditional and modern styled housing and compounds; agriculture; geological features; Fulani settlement; industry; flora; shaduf irrigation; street scenes.
Anambra, Imo, Yoruba, Mambilla, Obudu
SAD.1066/2/1-137
1964; 1976-1978
Photographic slides, including: Ekwereazu; Nkpologu; buildings, including churches, farms; former chief's palace, Okpara coal mine, Enugu; geological features; agriculture and husbandry; flora; Obudu, including Obudu Development Association and Obudu Youth Association calendars 1991; Mambillo Tea Scheme.
Katsina, Daura, Zana, Kano, Bauchi, Rano
SAD.1067/1/1-147
1964; 1976-1978
Photographic slides, including: buildings, with architectural details; scenes at Emir's palace, Katsina; geological features; Eid el kebir, Zana; Jibiya.
Jos
SAD.1067/2/1-180
1976-1978
Photographic slides, including: views of the city; roads; buildings, including churches and mosques; stations; factories; Naraguta village; persons (some identified); university, including Geography Department; flora and fauna; Morgan's home.
Plateau: Kwall, Miango, Vom, Kereng, Kurra, Sha
SAD.1068/1/1-126
1976-1978
Photographic slides, including: Ouree Dam; agriculture and husbandry; flora; geological features; infrastucture; Pankshin; buildings.
Lake Chad, Yankari, Abuja, Shendam, Bambur, landscapes
SAD.1068/2/1-157
1976-1978
Photographic slides, including: Maiduguri palace; agriculture and fishing; foods; lake watercraft; Gurawa Falls near Abuja; fauna; grave pots in hills above Bambur; markets; Kotokorshi; excavation at Iron Age site near Zaria; geological features; Dengi.
Plateau: Kagoro, Ganawuri, Naraguta, mines, gullies, flowers, misc.
SAD.1069/1/1-163
1976-1978; 1983
Photographic slides, including: flora and fauna; geological features; agriculture and husbandry; infrastructure; graves; industry; Mangu market; Jos market garden; shaduf; tin mine.
Jos
SAD.1069/2/1-76
1982-1986
Photographic slides, including: Kafanchan Falls; Kuwa Falls [hydroelectric power]; Brewery Farm, Jos; lowland Kofyar; Jos mining.
SAD.1069/2/77
1988
Photographic slide of Lagos schoolchildren.
Former location: SAD.1070/4.
12. Photographic material: Africa
(a) Contact prints and negatives
Landscapes, geological features, flora and fauna, agricultural and irrigation schemes, farming and husbandry, peoples and settlements / buildings, archaeological sites, mining and other industrial sites, events and incidents, aerial photographs. Placenames are listed at file level.
Africa: Kenya, and India, UK, Nigeria, Tanzania, Uganda, Ethiopia
SAD.1070/6
1961 Sep-1962 Feb; 1963 Feb, Jun-Aug; 1963 Oct-1964 Jan; 1980
Contact sheets and negatives: India, UK, Nigeria; Mombasa, Tsavo; Ethiopia; Nairobi, people; Amsha; Uluguru; Bagamoyo; Nairobi, home and people; Rift Valley; Kinangop; Nairobi, people; S. Kinangop, people; Archers Post; Marsabit and north; Huri Hills; Marsabit to N. Horr to Loiyangalani; Seven Forks; Magadi; Longonot; Suswa; Fr Smith; Ukambani; Mt Kulal and return to Kenya, people; Mombasa; Magadi, people; Air Uganda flight from Entebbe to Soroti; aerial views of Nile, Murchison Falls, Kisumu; aerial views of flight from Kano plains to Kitali; aerial views of flight from Nairobi to Kericho.
Africa: Kenya, and Tanzania, Malawi, Uganda, South Africa, Swaziland, Southern Sudan (South Sudan), Democratic Republic of Congo, Ghana, Ivory Coast, and including Durham
SAD.1073/1
1962-1986
Contact sheets and negatives: Bukoba; Biharamulo; Lake Province; Lake Nakuru; Magadi Road; Hell's Gate; Ol Njorowa gorge; Lake Elementaita; Komo Rock; 14 Falls; Machakos; Mwea rice; Ruiru upland transect; Lake Nakuru; Kilimanjaro; Limun escarpment; Ngong Hills; Mara River; Macalder mine; Ngorongoro field trip; Olorgesailie lake beds; Arusha area; Malcolm [?Coe]; W.T.W. Morgan; Home at Kenton Drive; Audrey Thompson; Weaver Bird nests; Balanites orbicularis; Cattle walk Machakos; Zaborsky family; Ruth Groom; El Barta (Hell's Gate); Mary Dyson; Olorgesailie; Masai grave (?) on Ngong Hills; Musyoka and family; Suswa caves and bats; Asian house type at Eastleigh; Musyoka and family; home at Kenton Drive; Majengo highlands; Njombe highlands; Elton plateau; Mbuyuni gorge; Nguru Hills; Lindi; Mikindani; Mtwara; Makonde plateau; Inselberg corridor; Dar es Salaam harbour; Kilwa Kisiwani; Lindi Bay; Owen Falls; Nairobi; flight over Uganda, including Tororo and Owen Falls; Maralal; Chebloch gorge; Mount Kenya; Geoff and Babs Newell; Christopher, Malcolm and Unity Coe; South Nyanza; Homa Bay; Kisii; Kericho; C. Nyanza field course; The Man; Kisumu; air flight over Tanzania; Dar es Salaam; Malawi; Orange Free State; Butterworth; Johannesburg; Nsele Kinshasa; Swaziland; Umtata; Port St Johns; University of Zululand; Empangeni; Richard's Bay; Swaziland; Kinshasa; Accra; Abidjan; Ivory Coast; Grand-Bassam; Durham; West Rainton; Abidjan; Imatong Mountains; Gilo and Kative; Gunnar Haaland and Eric Eriksen; Palataka; Father Paridi; forest at Lotti; Farajok; Lafon; Latuko people; Gilo; Toposa dance at Riwoto; mission at Kapoeta; Father George; Father Joseph; Father Rovelli; Gunnar Haaland; Erik Eriksen; Keyala village; ruined church at Torit mission; Chukudum; Kapoeta; granary and hut at Mothinga; Omdurman; Geraif; Dr Halib; Harry Griffiths; Robin Mills; Torit mission; Kigezi; Ankole; Karagwe; Bukoba; Olorgesailie; Buganda; Mwadui; Nandi scarp; Game Park and reservoir Nairobi; Kisuma and west Kenya; Kenya coast (?); Mount Kenya; Moi University; Mombasa Club; The Man; Kisumu; air flight over Tanzania.
Prof. Hyacinth Ajaegbu, Joe Norobe, Alhaji Achfeti, Tim Gyure, Julia Dorman, Hammani Dari, Adekunte, Vincent, Sampson Ikiejote, Chief Jaja of Opobo, Chancellor of the University of Jos; dyeing wool in a Berber sheep market, Morocco.
(b) Slides
Landscapes, geological features, flora and fauna, agricultural and irrigation schemes, farming and husbandry, peoples and settlements / buildings, archaeological sites, mining and other industrial sites, events and incidents, aerial photographs. Placenames are listed at file level.
Ethiopia
SAD.1071/2/1-255
1964-1966
Photographic slides, including: Waldia; Deme; Qualam; Dessie; Lake Shangi; Mareb valley; Tigray; Quiha; Harrar; Eritrean plateau; Dire Dawa; Mulu gorge; Addis Ababa; Koka dam; Modjo; Debre Zeit; Adigrat; Debre Berhan; Asmara; Decamere; Axum.
Uganda
SAD.1072/1/1-145
1956-1963
Photographic slides, including: Makerere University; Kampala; Rift valley; Owen Falls dam and power station; Entebbe; Budongo; Lake Kyoga; Lugazi; Murchison Falls; Kakira; Kisubi Forest; Mengo; Tororo; Jinja; River Nile; Lake Katwe; Paraa; Butiaba; Mount Elgon; Mbale; Bujagali Falls; Soroti; Gulu; Busoga; Kisoro; Kigezi; Lake Mulehe; Ankole; Mbarara.
Tanzania
SAD.1072/2/1-148
1957-1965
Photographic slides, including: Msasani; Pangani; Olduvai; Ngorongoro; Dar es Salaam; Tanga; Usambara; Ngudu; Geita; Mwanza Gulf; Mwadui mine; Manyara; Ol Doinyo Lengai; Lake Natron; Bukoba; Kyerwa and tin mine; River Kagera at Kikagati; Lake Victoria; Songea; Iringa; Biharamulo; Arusha; Ngum mountains; Kilwa Kisiwani; Kilombero; Kongwa; Ruaha gorge; Dodoma; Kondoa; Musoma; Lake Manyara; Tunduru; Matamba; Poroto mountains; Mufindi tea estate; Udzungwa scarp.
Crops, livestock, agriculture in Africa
SAD.1073/2/1-26
1956-1978
Photographic slides, including: Cassava (Mombasa and South Nyanza); gourd growing; Pigeon Pea (Makwasa); ripe sorghum head (Kerio Delta); finger millet (Moshi and Arua; White Nile); climbing palm tree; wattle (Eldoret); Mtaara Cooperative Tea Factory; Brackenhurst tea [plantation] Limum; fully grown tea trees and single stem coffee (Kiambu); cashew nut tree (nr Mombasa); paw paw (Kenya); kapok (?nr Korogwe); cocoa pod (nr Ibadan); pumpkin “namunye”; pineapple and ?castor oil plant (Nairobi and nr Kiambu); sisal plant; collected pyrethrum flowers (Kiambu); acha (Jos); cotton (Jinja).
13. Other Photographic and Graphic Material
SAD.1062/23/1-3
[c. 1990s]
3 portraits of W.T.W. Morgan
SAD.1062/23/4-5
2011 May 24
South Street, cleared prior to cycle race, up and down the street from no. 49
SAD.1062/1/8-9
[2012]
Wood engravings of Durham by Helen Paynter. For related correspondence see SAD.1062/2/74-75
SAD.1062/1/8
[2012]
“Durham Cathedral”, wood engraving by Helen Paynter; 1/100. View of west end, from South Street
Size: 132 x 172 mm; 256 x 322 mm
SAD.1062/1/9
[2012]
“Durham”, wood engraving by Helen Paynter; artist proof. Bird's eye view of peninsula from south
Size: 151 x 117 mm; 330 x 278 mm
14. Sudan Maps
SAD/PF 27/2/7
[1900s]
Didinga. Sheet 78-O
scale:   1:250,000
Size: 69 x 47 cm
SAD.1062/1/5[MP]
1933 June
Mongalla. Sheet 78-J
scale:   1:250,000
46.5 x 69 cm
SAD.1062/1/4[MP]
1940 December
J. Kathangor. Sheet 78-K
scale:   1:250,000
45.5 x 69 cm
SAD.1062/1/6[MP]
1941 July
Lokitaung. Sheet 78-P.
scale:   1:250,000
45.5 x 69 cm
SAD.1062/1/3[MP]
1947
East Africa metre grid map series: Akobo, zone G, sheet NB 36/2. 3rd edition (compiled from 1:250,000 series sheets 78-B, C, F, G; and from the unpublished 1/1m Italian compilation of Magi). War Office, 1947
scale:   1:500,000
Size: 46 x 46 cm
SAD/PF 26/5/4
1947
East Africa metre grid map series: Juba, zone G, sheet NB 36/4. 1st edition (compiled from 1:250,000 series sheets 78-I, J, M, N). War Office, 1947
scale:   1:500,000
Size: 76.5 x 56 cm
SAD/PF 27/2/8
1947
East Africa metre grid map series: Torit, zone G, sheet NB 36/5. 1st edition (compiled from 1:250,000 series sheets 78-J, K, N, O). War Office, 1947
scale:   1:500,000
Size: 37 x 47cm
SAD.1062/1/1[MP]
1954
Vegetation of the Anglo-Egyptian Sudan. Sudan Survey Dept, 1940 (corrected October 1954)
scale:   1:4,000,000
60 x 50 cm
SAD.1062/1/2[MP]
1954
Southern Sudan. Distribution of population during wet season. Figure A. Sudan Survey Department, Oct 1954
scale:   1:2,000,000
Size: 67 x 46.5 cm
SAD/PF 26/5/5-8
1964
Kordofan land and water use survey maps showing vegetation. Sheets 1-4. Compiled from air photomosaics by the Sudan Survey Dpeartment and field work by Hunting Technical Services. UN Special Fund FAO. Sudan Survey Department, 1964
scale:   ca. 1:250,000
Size: 59.5 x 92 cm
SAD/PF 27/1/13
2000 Jan 26
Map of the area around Heglig in South Kordofan showing the Greater Nile Petroleum Operating Company Sudan concessions. Talisman Energy Sudan operational map, Blocks 1/2/4.
Size: 40 x 36 cm
15. Other maps
SAD.1062/1/7[MP]
1966
East Africa population distribution - as of August 1962, by Philip W. Porter, University of Minnesota. Issued as Map Supplement no. 6 in Annals of the Association of American Geographers, vol. 56, no. 1, March 1966.
scale:   1:2,000,000
Size: 101 x 81.5 cm
SAD.1054/2/7[MP]
[1940s]
Greater Western Railway map of rural London
scale:   1:193121
16. Newspaper Cuttings
SAD.231/4/1-3
1991 Aug 15
Article from The Times on “Secrets of survival in times of famine” regarding the use of wild plants in Sudan as food sources
17. Printed material
Printed material deposited with collection; now integrated into library and catalogued on OPAC