S. Hillelson
Introduction
Sigmar Hillelson
Arrangement

Catalogue
1. Articles, Books and Broadcasts
2. Newspaper Cuttings
3. Photographic Material
4. Printed material
Reference code: GB-0033-SAD
Title: S. Hillelson
Dates of creation: 1911-1933
Extent: 1 box
Held by: Durham University Library, Archives and Special Collections
Created by: S. Hillelson
Language: English and Arabic

Sigmar Hillelson

1911Appointed lecturer, Gordon College, Khartoum
1914Instructor, Gordon College, Khartoum
1916 - 1925Lecturer, Gordon College Higher School, Khartoum
1926Appointed to Civil Secretary's Department
1927Assistant Director, Sub-department of Intelligence, Khartoum
1928Attended Rejaf Conference on Language, Mongalla
1929 - 1933Assistant Civil Secretary, Khartoum
1933Retired from Sudan Service


Arrangement

1. Articles, Books and Broadcasts
2. Newspaper Cuttings
3. Photographic Material
4. Printed Material

Accession details

Presented by Mrs I. Hillelson, 1961

Catalogue
1. Articles, Books and Broadcasts
SAD.425/5/1-19
[ca. 1932]
Sayings of Shaykh Farah wad Tuktuk, collected in the neighbourhood of Sennar by A.J. Arkell, with biographical notes on Shaykh Farah wad Tuktuk and covering letter from A.J. Arkell to Hillelson (H.83)
Arabic and English
SAD.425/6/1-15
[ca. 1930s?]
Article, in the hand of A.J. Arkell, on Shaykh Farah wad Tuktuk
SAD.425/6/16-46
[ca. 1930s?]
Collected poems and sayings of Shaykh Farah wad Taktuk, Arabic with English translations, presumably by Hillelson (H.84)
Arabic and English
SAD.425/7/1-38
[1952?]
“Riwayat masra` Tajuj wa Mahallaq”, copy in the hand of S. Hillelson. (See also: Ihsan Abbas 'Tajuj fi l-adab al-sudani', al-Kalam al-Jadid, 4 (1952), pp. 27-38) (H.9)
Arabic
SAD.425/8/1-57
[ca. 1950s]
Collection of notes and scripts relating to broadcasts made by the Arabic Service of the BBC, London:
SAD.425/8/5-7
1954
Pamphlet entitled “A series of special programmes about the Arabic Service”, detailing the schedule and organising committee, of which Hillelson was a member
SAD.425/8/1-4
1954
Arabic version of SAD.435/8/5-7 above, published by the BBC Arabic Service for general circulation
Arabic
SAD.425/8/8-13
[ca. 1950s]
Handwritten and typescript notes on the language of the Arabs
English and Arabic
SAD.425/8/14-25
[ca. 1950s]
Typescript by Hillelson entitled “Material for Arab language feature”.
SAD.425/8/26-57
[ca. 1950s]
Broadcast script by Hillelson for the Arabic Service's series of feature programmes on the Arabic language: “The Arabic of Sudan” (SAD.425/8/26-42) with final draft (SAD.425/8/43-57)
2. Newspaper Cuttings
SAD.425/8/58
1957 May 18
Page from The Morning News containing two articles about the Sudan, one on “Aidhab: once a thriving port” and the other by A.W.M. Disney entitled “Friendliness, humour, commonsense: the three abiding qualities of the Sudanese”
3. Photographic Material
SAD.2/24/1-24
1928 Apr 9-14
Photographs taken at the time of the Rejaf Language Conference:
SAD.2/24/1
1928 Apr 9-14
Members of the Rejaf Language Conference, 1928, including J. G. Matthew, Secretary for Education and Health and chairman of the conference (seated centre). Possibly also including: S. Hillelson, Assistant Director of Intelligence; N. B. Hunter, Inspector, Southern Education; A. G. Hickson, Inspector, Southern Education; Monsignor J. Zambonardi; and E. R. J. Hussey, Director of Education, Uganda
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Photographic prints
SAD.2/24/2
1928 Apr 9-14
Three members of the Rejaf Language Conference
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SAD.2/24/3-4
1928 Apr 9-14
Members of the Rejaf Language Conference, 1928, possibly including J. G. Matthew, Secretary for Education and Health and chairman of the conference; N. B. Hunter, Inspector, Southern Education; and Professor D. Westermann, Director, International Institute of African Languages and Cultures
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Photographic prints
SAD.2/24/5,8-9
1928 Apr 9-14
Members of the Rejaf Language Conference, 1928, including missionaries, government officials and their wive
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Photographic prints
SAD.2/24/6
1928 Apr 9-14
Members of the Rejaf Language Conference, 1928, possibly including Monsignor J. Zambonardi
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Photographic prints
SAD.2/24/7
1928 Apr 9-14
Members of the Rejaf Language Conference, 1928, possibly including N. B. Hunter, Inspector, Southern Education and Monsignor J. Zambonardi
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SAD.2/24/10
1928 Apr 9-14
Thatched hut where the Rejaf Language Conference, 1928, took place
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SAD.2/24/11
1928 Apr
Sudanese woman standing in front of a man carrying a bundle on his head, with Rejaf hill in the background
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SAD.2/24/12
1928 Apr
European man standing in a village, probably Rejaf
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SAD.2/24/13
1928 Apr
Group of young Sudanese women and children, with a motorcycle and a truck in the background, probably Rejaf
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SAD.2/24/14
1928 Apr
View on the road between Yei and Rejaf, with Rejaf hill in the distance
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SAD.2/14/15-16
1928 Apr
View of Rejaf hill from a steamer
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SAD.2/14/17
1928 Apr
Group of young Bari women at Rejaf, two carrying baskets on their heads and one carrying a baby in a sling across her back
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SAD.2/14/18
1928 Apr
Young Bari woman at Rejaf carrying a bundle of firewood on her head
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SAD.2/14/19
1928 Apr
Group of Lakoiya children at Liria
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SAD.2/14/20-21
1928 Apr
View of the sudd, possibly Upper Nile Province
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SAD.2/14/22
1928 Apr
Rest house at Shambe
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SAD.2/24/23
1928 Apr
View of the sudd at Simsima, possibly Upper Nile Province
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SAD.2/24/24
1928 Apr
Tukl in front of Jabal Lomurre
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SAD.2/24/25-55
[1928]
Photographs taken in Mongalla:
SAD.2/24/25
[1928]
Man with tribal scarring wearing an amulet around his neck and holding a spear, possibly Mongalla
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SAD.2/24/26
[1928]
Village at the foot of a hill, possibly Mongalla
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SAD.2/24/27
[1928]
Tukl in a village, possibly Mongalla
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SAD.2/24/28
[1928]
Group of people dancing in a village, possibly Mongalla
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SAD.2/24/29
[1928]
Tukls surrounded by a tall fence, possibly government buildings, Mongalla
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SAD.2/24/30
[1928]
Group of young men lighting a fire with sticks, possibly Mongalla
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SAD.2/24/31
[1928]
Village on a hillside, possibly Mongalla
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SAD.2/24/32
[1928]
Distant view of a Latuka village, with a zariba on the left, possibly Mongalla
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SAD.2/24/33
[1928]
Group of Latuka people in a village surrounded by a tall fence, possibly Mongalla
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SAD.2/24/34
[1928]
Latuka man wearing a helmet decorated with ostrich feathers, possibly Mongalla
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SAD.2/24/35
[1928]
Group of Latuka people dancing around a pile of tall grasses in a village surrounded by a tall fence, possibly Mongalla
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SAD.2/24/36
[1928]
Man, possibly Latuka, blowing a long horn, possibly Mongalla
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SAD.2/24/37-38
[1928]
Tukls in a village, possibly Mongalla
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SAD.2/24/39
[1928]
Steamer in the sudd, possibly Mongalla
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SAD.2/24/40
[1928]
Group of men with bundles of sticks or dhurah stalks, possibly Mongalla
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SAD.2/24/41
[1928]
Group of men stretching out an animal skin, possibly for use as a drum, possibly Mongalla
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SAD.2/24/42
[1928]
Villagers sitting in front of a tukl, possibly Mongalla
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SAD.2/24/43
[1928]
Group of people sitting under a tree, possibly Mongalla
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SAD.2/24/44
[1928]
Man preparing to throw a spear, possibly Mongalla
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SAD.2/24/45
[1928]
Man holding a spear standing in front of a group of tukls surrounded by a fence, possibly Mongalla
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SAD.2/24/46
[1928]
Group of people running, some with spears, possibly Mongalla
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SAD.2/24/47
[1928]
Tukls in a village surrounded by a fence, possibly Mongalla
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Photographic prints
SAD.2/24/48-50
[1928]
People standing in front of tukls in a village surrounded by a fence, possibly Mongalla
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SAD.2/24/51
[1928]
Crowd of people at a gathering in a village, with tukls in the background, possibly Mongalla
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SAD.2/24/52
[1928]
Shilluk warriors, some wearing leopard skins around their waists, dancing at a gathering at Fanikang
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SAD.2/24/53
[1928]
Group of men, some wearing leopard skins around their waists and holding sticks, dancing at a gathering in a village, possibly Mongalla
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SAD.2/24/54
[1928]
Long-bladed spears propped against the side of a tukl during a gathering in a village, possibly Mongalla
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SAD.2/24/55
[1928]
Group of men surrounding a calf, possibly preparing for a sacrifice during a gathering in a village, possibly Mongalla
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SAD.2/24/56
1913 Jan 17
Photograph of spectators at a King's day sports event in the grounds of Gordon College
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SAD.2/24/57
[ca. 1911-1933]
Full-length portrait of a Hadanduwah man holding a spear, probably Red Sea Province
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SAD.2/24/58
[ca. 1911-1933]
Photograph of mihrab in the ruins of the mosque at Old Sennar
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SAD.2/24/59
[ca. 1911-1933]
Photograph of Sayyid 'Abd al-Rahman al-Mahdi's house in Khartoum
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Photographic prints
SAD.2/24/60-61
[ca. 1911-1933]
Photographs of sphinx, place unknown
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Photographic prints
4. Printed material
Printed material deposited with collection; now integrated into library and catalogued on OPAC