Garrett, Reuben Cairo
Introduction
Reuben Cairo Garrett
Arrangement

Catalogue
1. Official Papers
(i) S.D.F. and Sudan Police
(ii) Sudan Football Association
(iii) Khartoum Parochial Church Council
2. Personal Papers
3. Newspaper Cuttings
4. Photographic Material
(i) Albums
(ii) Loose photographs
(iii) Large mounted photographs
5. Maps and Plans
(i) Small maps of the Sudan
(ii) Large maps of the Sudan
(iii) Plans
6. Museum Objects
7. Miscellanea
8. Printed material
Reference code: GB-0033-SAD
Title: Garrett, Reuben Cairo
Dates of creation: 1920s-1982
Extent: 3.5 boxes
Held by: Durham University Library, Archives and Special Collections: Sudan Archive
Created by: Garrett, Reuben Cairo
Language: English; Arabic

Reuben Cairo Garrett

(1899 - 1974)

1925-1930Finance Department, Wadi Halfa and Khartoum North
1931-1938Military Transport Department, S.D.F., Khartoum North
1944Chief Clerk, War Supplies Department
1946Head Staff Clerk, Stores and Ordnance Department, Khartoum North
1947-1949British Clerk, Stores and Ordnance Department, Khartoum North


Arrangement

1. Official Papers
(i) S.D.F. and Sudan Police
(ii) Sudan Football Association
(iii) Khartoum Parochial Church Council
2. Personal Papers
3. Newspaper Cuttings
4. Photographic Material
5. Maps and Plans
6. Museum Objects
7. Miscellanea
8. Printed Material

Accession details

Presented by Garrett, 1966, his son C. Garrett, 1992 & 2000, and Rachael Haywood Smith, 2021

1. Official Papers
(i) S.D.F. and Sudan Police
SAD.783/4/1-10
Account of the formation of the Nuba Territorials in 1918 and of their role in Patrol 99 of 1919 against the Nuba of Jabal Alliera and Jabal Koalib. The account was written by the C.O. Dilling Company who had been responsible for recruiting in 1918 and who later transferred to the Sudan Government
SAD.783/4/11-29
Account of the involvement of the Equatorial Corps in the campaign against Italy in Abyssinia from 10 Jun 1940 to 4 Jul 1941
(Penultimate page is missing)
SAD.783/4/30-38
1942 Jul
Article on the Sudan Defence Force and the Italian East African campaign, extracted for the Information Office, Khartoum from the Journal of the Royal African Society
SAD.1053/11/4
1944 Dec 20
Commission from Governor-General to R.C. Garrett informing him of his appointment as an honorary officer in the S.A.D.F.
SAD.1053/11/3
1945 Dec 28
Correspondence re relinquishment of honorary Brevet Commissions (S.A.D.F.) of R.C. Garrett and J.H. Seaman.
SAD.783/4/39-57
Account of the part played by the Sudan Police during the East African campaign, comprising a general review of the military situation on the outbreak of war and sections on the Kassala Police (783/4/42-44), the Gezira Police (783/4/45-47), mission 101 led by Brig. Sandford into Abyssinia (783/4/48) and the Upper Nile Police (783/4/49-56)
(ii) Sudan Football Association
SAD.783/5/1
[c. 1940]
Note on R.C.G.'s involvement in sport in the Sudan, notably football and tennis
SAD.783/5/2-3
[c. 1943]
Note on R.C.G.'s role in the development of football in the Sudan, particularly in the opening of a football stadium at Omdurman in 1935 and the formation of the Sudan Football Association for which he drew up a constitution and set of rules
SAD.783/5/4
1944 Mar 12
Note on the Referees' Club by R.C.G., Chairman of the Referees' Committee
SAD.783/5/5-8
[1946]
Article entitled “Football in the Sudan. Rapid growth of the S.F.A.” Ts. copy, probably from newspaper, summarising the first decade of the Sudan Football Association, with results of the previous season's competitions
SAD.783/5/9-10
[1946]
Articles, probably from a newspaper of Sep 1946, discussing the future of football in the Sudan and those who played a prominent part in the first ten years of the Sudan Football Association
SAD.783/5/11
[n.d.]
Letter (incomplete) from the Army Football Referees' Representative to the Hon. Secretary of the Referees' Committee concerning the appointment of a replacement after his retirement from the Sudan
SAD.783/5/12
1949 Jun 4
Letter of appreciation from E.J.N. Wallis, Governor Khartoum, to R.C.G. concerning his “History of football in the Sudan” (see below, 479/8/1- 260)
SAD.479/8/1-260
1949
“History of football in the Sudan” by R.C.G., completed before his retirement from the Stores and Ordnance Department. The account covers the development of football since 1918 and comprises the following sections:
SAD.479/8/1
1949 May 23
Explanatory letter from R.C.G. concerning the deficiencies in his account
SAD.479/8/2-3
Foreword
SAD.479/8/4-8
Part 1: 1918 - 1924
SAD.479/8/9-22
Part 2: Oct 1925 - Jun 1936
SAD.479/8/23-168
Part 3: Jul 1936 - Jun 1947. Council, General Management Committee and Central Referees' Committee
SAD.479/8/169-243
Part 4: Provincial football. Blue Nile, Darfur, Equatoria, Kassala, Kordofan, Northern and Upper Nile Provinces
SAD.479/8/244-257
Part 5: Services football. General, cups, shields, referees and grounds
SAD.479/8/258-259
1927 Nov 1
Photograph of Khartoum Club football team. Standing left to right: T. Harding (A&F), G. Collingwood (SDF), C. Day (Det), R. Garrett (Vets), R. Orwin (SLP), W. May (Legal). Kneeling left to right: J. Brooks (Education), C. Waite (PWD), J. Horne (Surveys), M. Hamilton (SLP), T. Eddy (CS) (Photo by Karakashian Bros., Khartoum)
SAD.479/8/260
Mounted photograph of the Morhig Football Cup, competed for in annual competition between the garrison and the Sudan Government
SAD.1053/11/9
[1940s]
Facts and figures relating to the Governor-General's Cup football competition
(iii) Khartoum Parochial Church Council
SAD.783/6/1
1942 Sep 2
Agenda for the 57th meeting of the Khartoum Parochial Church Council
SAD.783/6/2
1949 Jan 29
List of church officers appointed at the annual meeting of the congregation on 28 Jan
SAD.783/6/3
1949- 1950
Khartoum Cathedral sidesmen's roster
2. Personal Papers
SAD.783/6/4-8
1944- 1946
Brevet of the Order of the Nile, conferred on R.C.G. with royal warrant authorising the wearing of the insignia
SAD.1053/11/1-2
1944 Oct 9-11
Correspondence from G.A.V. Keays, Director of Stores and Ordnance (Sudan Government), forwarding a congratulatory note to R.C. Garrett on award of 5th Class Order of the Nile, from W.M. Frost on behalf of the Governor-General.
SAD.1053/11/5-6
[mid 20th century]
Handwritten notes on the proceedings of a Unity Service, accompanied by handwritten notes in Arabic.
3. Newspaper Cuttings
SAD.783/7/1
1946 Jan 12
Cutting from The London Illustrated News including a photograph of the Rt. Rev. A.M. Gelsthorpe, first Bishop of the Sudan, knocking on the door of the cathedral for admission
SAD.783/7/2-4
1946 Jul 1
Photographs from The Sudan Star of the Sudan's victory parade contingent saluting King George VI and of Winston Churchill on the same occasion greeting Miralay J. Gifford
SAD.783/7/5-8
1956
Address by Very Rev. G.H. Martin at a special service for the British garrison on their departure from the Sudan, 7 Oct 1955, with photographs of the change of guard at the Governor- General's palace, 30 Sep 1955, the Flag Day ceremony, 1 Jan 1956, the Royal Leicestershire Regiment marching past the Governor-General on leaving the Sudan, the declaration of independence in the Sudan Parliament, the final change of guard at the palace and Maj. Gen. Gifford waving farewell to the last British troops. From the Sudan Diocesan Review
SAD.783/7/21
1944 May 3
Article from the front page of the Sudan Star on the enthronement of the new Shilluk king
SAD.783/7/22
1946 Aug 6
“Round Town” from The Sudan Herald giving movements of personnel and review of a Khartoum Repertory Company performance
SAD.783/7/23
1946 Dec 11
“Sudan for the Sudanese” from the Leicester Evening Mail
SAD.331/1/1
1949 Jan 5
Article on the wedding of the Rt. Rev. A. M. Geslthorpe to Dr R. Whidborne
SAD.1053/11/11
1955 August 19
“Sudan approves evacuation of foreign troops”, Daily Telegraph & Morning Post
SAD.1053/11/8
[early-mid 20th century]
Photograph of Shilluks at Kaka; photograph of a wild elephant in the sudd (photo by Kahler-Rane, Cape to Cairo Expedition). Magazine cutting.
SAD.1053/11/10
[1965]
Magazine article “El Madhi’s family reigns again” written by Venetia Murray, with multiple colour photographs by Alexander Low
4. Photographic Material
(i) Albums
SAD.785/1/1-41
1930- 1931
Album of photographs and mementos illustrating the 1929/30 and 1930/31 seasons of the Governor-General's challenge football cup:
SAD.785/1/2
Description of the cup and the competition with note of winners for the seasons 1921-1925
SAD.785/1/3
The Governor- General's cup
SAD.785/1/5-8
Rules of the competition
SAD.785/1/9
List of members of the executive committee for the 1929/30 competition and match referees
SAD.785/1/10
Results of matches for the 1929/30 season
SAD.785/1/11-12
General views of spectators
SAD.785/1/13
Midfield play
SAD.785/1/14
Mudiriyah team attacking the Finance team goal
SAD.785/1/15
H.E. Sir John Maffey presenting the cup to R.C.G., captain of the Finance Dept. XI
SAD.785/1/16
Sir John Maffey presenting medals
SAD.785/1/17
Sir John Maffey shaking hands with Sharfi, captain Mudiriyah XI
SAD.785/1/18
Sir John Maffey presenting medals to Finance Dept. players
SAD.785/1/19
Sir John Maffey presenting medals to the Mudiriyah players
SAD.785/1/20
Cheers for H.E. and the losers
SAD.785/1/21
Finance Dept. XI: `Uthman al-Dani, Qasm al-Sid Gabir, Nur Matta, Muhammad Barud, Amin Babikr, Sulayman Atabani, Sadiq al-Mahdi, `Abd al-Razzaq `Abd al-Hamid, R.C.G. and Ahmad `Abd al- Rahman
SAD.785/1/22
Mudiriyah XI: Mahmud `Ali Amar, Ahmad Arbab, Muhammad Husayn Sharfi, Mr. Goold, Ahmad Kheiralla, Zaki Sefain, Humaida Gomaa, Ahmad Kheiralla, `Abd al-Al Mabruk, `Ali Rakha, Muhammad al-Hasan Kanjari
SAD.785/1/23
1930 Mar 27
Letter from A.J.C. Huddleston to Ahmad Afandi Atabani, commiserating with him on missing the final through illness
SAD.785/1/24
1930 Mar 27
Letter of congratulations from A.J.C. Huddleston to R.C.G.
SAD.785/1/26
List of members of the executive committee for the 1930/31 competition
SAD.785/1/27
Results of matches for the 1930/31 competition
SAD.785/1/28-32
General views of spectators
SAD.785/1/33-35
Midfield play
SAD.785/1/36
Education team attacking the Finance goal
SAD.785/1/37
H.E. Sir John Maffey shaking hands with R.W. Smith, Captain Education XI
SAD.785/1/38
Sir John Maffey presenting the cup to R.W. Smith
SAD.785/1/39-40
Sir John Maffey presenting medals to the Education team
SAD.785/1/41
Education Department XI: Muhammad Fadl al-Mula, Muhammad `Abd Allah, Salman Rihan, `Ali Gasmalla, `Abd al-Wahib al-Agib, `Abd al-Monayn Fahmi, `Abd al-Fatteh al-Maghrabi, R.W. Smith, Abu Bakr `Uthman, `Abd al-Hakim Gamil, Adam ? , Muhammad Gali, Desougi Bayumi
SAD.327/8/1-43
1932 Dec 17-1934 Jan 21
Album of photographs of military reviews of British and Sudan Defence Force garrisons, probably at Khartoum. Photography by Karakashian Bros, Tropical Photo Stores:
SAD.327/8/1
1932 Dec 17
Khartoum policemen
SAD.327/8/2
1932 Dec 17
Sudan Defence Force band marching
SAD.327/8/3
1932 Dec 17
Brigadier General S.S. Butler, General Officer Commanding, and other officers watching the march past
SAD.327/8/4
1932 Dec 17
H.Q. cyclist orderlies in march past
SAD.327/8/5-6
1932 Dec 17
Engineer Troops in march past
SAD.327/8/7
1932 Dec 17
Eastern Arab Corps in march past
SAD.327/8/8
1932 Dec 17
Machine Gun Company, Eastern Arab Corps, in march past
SAD.327/8/9-10
1932 Dec 17
Cavalry and Mounted Rifles division in march past
SAD.327/8/11
1932 Dec 17
Animal Transport Corps in march past
SAD.327/8/12-13
1932 Dec 17
Mechanical Transport unit
SAD.327/8/14
1932 Dec 17
Lorries and wireless vehicles
SAD.327/8/15
1932 Dec 17
Motor Machine Gun Battery
SAD.327/8/16-22
1932 Dec 17
Mock battle with raiders attacking a post office and being repulsed
SAD.327/8/23
1932 Dec 17
H.Q. orderlies standing to attention
SAD.327/8/24
1932 Dec 17
British officers greeting line-up of Sudan Defence Force pensioners, all wearing their medals
SAD.327/8/26
1934 Jan 21
Spectators watching the march past at a military review of British and Sudan Defence Force garrisons, with Governor-General Sir Stewart Symes and Brigadier General S.S. Butler on the podium
SAD.327/8/27
1934 Jan 21
Spectators watching the procession
SAD.327/8/28
1934 Jan 21
Massed bands
SAD.327/8/29
1934 Jan 21
Royal Berkshire Regiment at in march past
SAD.327/8/30
1934 Jan 21
Royal Irish Fusiliers in march past
SAD.327/8/31
1934 Jan 21
Sudanese H.Q. cyclists in march past
SAD.327/8/32
1934 Jan 21
Northern Training Depot soldiers in march past
SAD.327/8/33
1934 Jan 21
Equatorial Corps in march past
SAD.327/8/34
1934 Jan 21
Engineer Troops in march past
SAD.327/8/35-36
1934 Jan 21
Eastern Arab Corps in march past
SAD.327/8/37-38
1934 Jan 21
Camel Corps in marching past spectators
SAD.327/8/39-40
1934 Jan 21
Sudan Horse Regiment in march past
SAD.327/8/41
1934 Jan 21
Western Arab Corps in march past
SAD.327/8/42-43
1934 Jan 21
Motor Machine Gun Battery
SAD.785/2/1-30
1932- 1933
Album of photographs and mementos illustrating the 1931/32 competition for the Governor-General's challenge football cup and possibly the 1932/33 competition (unlabelled):
SAD.785/2/1
List of members of the executive committee for the 1931/32 competition with name of referee
SAD.785/2/2
Results of matches for the 1931/32 competition
SAD.785/2/3-8
Spectators
SAD.785/2/9
College students spectating
SAD.785/2/10
Midfield play
SAD.785/2/11
SDF team breakaway
SAD.785/2/12
Presentation of the cup to Fathalla Bishara, captain SDF team, by H.E. Sir John Maffey
SAD.785/2/13-16
Presentation of medals by Sir John Maffey
SAD.785/2/17
SDF XI
SAD.785/2/18
PWD XI
SAD.785/2/19-32
Unidentified, but possibly 1932/33 competition
SAD.785/2/19-22
Spectators
SAD.785/2/23
Presentation of cup to the winning captain by H.A. MacMichael, Civil Secretary
SAD.785/2/24-25
Match in progress
SAD.785/2/26-28
H.A. MacMichael presenting medals
SAD.785/2/29
The winning team
SAD.785/2/30
The runners- up
SAD.785/3/1-37
1935-1936
Album of photographs and mementos illustrating the competition for the Morhig charity cup, competed for annually by teams representing the garrison and the Sudan Government:
SAD.785/3/1
The Morhig cup
SAD.785/3/2-11
Spectators
SAD.785/3/12-13
Garrison XI supporters
SAD.785/3/14-20
Pipers of the 1st Battalion Cameron Highlanders
SAD.785/3/21
Sudan Government XI
SAD.785/3/22
Garrison XI
SAD.785/3/23
Poster advertising the Morhig charity cup 1935, listing names of competitors
Arabic and English
SAD.785/3/24-25
Presentation of prizes to the Sudan Government XI
SAD.785/3/26
Midfield play
SAD.785/3/27-28
Presentation of prizes to the Garrison XI
SAD.785/3/29-33
Spectators, 1936
SAD.785/3/34
Garrison XI
SAD.785/3/35
Sudan Government XI
SAD.785/3/36
Poster advertising the Morhig charity cup 1936, with list of names of competitors
Arabic and English
SAD.785/3/37
Certified accounts for 1936 competition
(ii) Loose photographs
SAD.327/9/1-7; SAD XXX
[1940s]
Picture postcards:
SAD.327/9/1
[1940s]
“Native hunters, Bahr El-Ghazal” (G.N. Morhig, no. 417)
SAD.327/9/2
[1940s]
“Smoking charcoal, River Zeraf” (G.N. Morhig, no. 439)
SAD.327/9/3
[1940s]
Nuer woman with body scarring (G.N. Morhig, no. 164)
SAD.327/9/4
[1940s]
Felucca at Khartoum (colour: Karakashian Bros, no. 53)
SAD.327/9/5
[1940s]
Hadanduwah men (Karakashian Bros, no. 849)
SAD.327/9/6
[1940s]
Kitty's Leap at Erkowit, Red Sea Hills (Sudan Railways)
SAD.327/9/7

Camel drinking, El Fasher
SAD.1053/10/4
Feb 1932
“Sennar Dam”. Gordon Stationery, Khartoum and Port Sudan.
Postcard of the sluices of the Sennar Dam, sent to son Charles Garrett in Devon
SAD.1053/10/5
[early-mid 20th century]
“Statue of General Gordon, Khartoum”. Karakashian Brothers, no. 711
SAD.1053/10/6
[early-mid 20th century]
“General View of Khartoum”. Karakashian Brothers, no. 703
Handwritten annotation on reverse, “From Cathedral Belfry, looking South”
SAD.1053/10/7
[early-mid 20th century]
“General View of Khartoum”. Karakashian Brothers
Handwritten annotation on reverse, “From Cathedral Belfry. On the right is the Khartoum Club for junior officials”
SAD.1053/10/8
[early-mid 20th century]
“The Hills from Kitty’s Leap”. Sudan Railways series
Handwritten annotation on reverse, “Red Sea Hills (named after Lady Kitty Wingate – G.G. of Sudan – murdered in Cairo 1924” [recte Governor-General Lee Stack]
SAD.1053/10/9
[early-mid 20th century]
“Kitty’s Leap, looking towards Suakin”. Sudan Railways series
Handwritten annotation on reverse, “Red Sea Hills”
SAD.1053/10/10
[early-mid 20th century]
“In the Muselli Pass”. Sudan Railways series
Handwritten annotation on reverse, “Red Sea Hills”
SAD.786/1/1-18
[1940s]
Military photographs, chiefly Sudan Defence Force. Many are unidentified, but include the following:
SAD.786/1/1
General William Platt, Kaid al-Amm and General Officer Commanding troops in the Sudan
SAD.786/1/2
General Platt bidding farewell to Sir Douglas Newbold, Civil Secretary in 1941
SAD.786/1/3-5
Farewell parade for General Platt, 1941
SAD.786/1/6-9
Military parades
SAD.786/1/10
Military pipe band
SAD.786/1/11
Three soldiers with flag
SAD.786/1/12
Military guard of honour at funeral
SAD.786/1/13
Informal group of soldiers
SAD.786/1/14
Shawish `Abd al-Qadir Kheiralla, Engineering Troops (also a football referee)
SAD.786/1/15
Khartoum police on parade
SAD.786/1/16
Motor transport column crossing a river in the Gojjam country, in pursuit of the Italians (Publicity Section, British Embassy, Cairo)
SAD.786/1/17
SDF soldiers at a gun position inside the fort at Walchefit Pass (Publicity Section, British Embassy, Cairo)
SAD.786/1/18
Inspection of SDF troops (probably also publicity photograph) (See also large mounted photographs below)
SAD.1053/10/29
Group photograph of Sudan Auxiliary [Defence] Force. Charles Reuben Garrett (2nd from left), Reuben Cairo Garret (4th from left) both 2nd row from front. See also SAD.1003/7/1-2
SAD.786/2/1-2
[c. 1946] and 1948
Photographs of the staff of the Department of Economics and Trade:
SAD.786/2/1
[c. 1946]
Large group including G. Foley, Director, seated centre and Mrs. Garrett, second from right
SAD.786/2/2
1948
Smaller staff group. Standing left to right: Mr. Harvie, Mrs. Farrow, Mrs. Turner, Mrs. Macleay, Mrs. Shinnie, Mrs. Garrett, M.C. Wordsworth, Mrs. H. Davies, Mrs. Constantindes, Veronica Peppin, Mrs. Hayday, Mrs. Picton, F.F. de Paraviceni. Seated left to right: S.F.G. Smith, A.C.W. Hayday, J.C. Thomas, A.A. Dale, A.W.M. Disney, Asst. Director, R.J. Hillard, Director, `Abd al-Majid Afandi, W.F. Senior, R.W. Munro, L.E. Canning, D. Dalzell
SAD.786/2/3-29; SAD.327/9/9-11
[1930s]
Photographs of football matches, teams and presentation of medals at games from the Governor-General's challenge cup competition and the Morhig cup competition. Most were taken by Karakashian Bros. For similar photographs and some duplicates, see above under (i) Albums:
SAD.327/9/8
[1930s]
Referees of the Sudan Football Association, with C.L. Skeet (seated middle row centre), R.C. Garrett (middle row, 2nd from left). Left of Garrett is Muhammad al-Haj Fadl al Mulah and back row, far right is Manoli, a Greek. Photo by Karakashian Bros.
SAD.786/2/3-9; SAD.327/9/9
Football games in progress
SAD.786/2/10-17
Football teams, mostly Sudanese, but including the Garrison XI (786/2/17)
SAD.786/2/18-21
Presentation of medals to competitors by Sir John Maffey, Governor- General
SAD.786/2/22-25; SAD.327/9/10-11
Presentation of medals to competitors by Sir Stewart Symes, Governor-General
SAD.786/2/26-28
Presentation of cup and medals. Pipe band playing at half- time
SAD.786/3/1-14; SAD.327/9/12-16; SAD.1053/10/20-21
[1930s]
Photographs of spectators at football matches including Sir John Maffey, Governor-General, Sir Stewart Symes, Governor-General and A.J. Gillan, Civil Secretary, C.L. Sheet and Major Foley
SAD.786/4/1-8; SAD.327/9/17-18
[ca. 1925-1949]
Photographs of monuments in Khartoum and Omdurman:
SAD.786/4/1-2; SAD.327/9/17
Gordon's statue, one taken at sunset (Karakashian Bros., Khartoum)
SAD.786/4/3; SAD.327/9/18
Kitchener memorial in front of the Legal Department (Karakashian Bros., Khartoum)
SAD.786/4/4
Memorial to Lord Kitchener in Khartoum Cathedral (Karakashian Bros., Khartoum)
SAD.786/4/5-7
War memorial to the men of the 2nd Battalion the Leicestershire Regiment, 1st Battalion the Argyll and Sutherland Highlanders and the Egyptian Army Medical Corps who were killed during the rising of 1924
SAD.786/4/8
Memorial to Hubert Howard, killed at the Battle of Omdurman, 1898
SAD.1053/10/23
[early-mid 20th century]
Khartoum Clergy House, with shuttered windows, in the grounds of the cathedral
SAD.1053/10/24
[early-mid 20th century]
Statue of Charles George Gordon seated on a camel, Khartoum
SAD.1053/10/25
[early-mid 20th century]
Mahdi's tomb in Omdurman, photographed from front gates
SAD.1053/10/26
[early-mid 20th century]
The mosque in Khartoum
SAD.1053/10/27
[early-mid 20th century]
Statue of Charles George Gordon, Khartoum
“Now removed and sent to Gordon Boys Home in Woolwich”
SAD.1053/10/28
[early-mid 20th century]
Khartoum Cathedral
SAD.786/4/9-15; SAD.327/9/19-29
[ca. 1925-1949]
Photographs of Khartoum and Omdurman:
SAD.327/9/19-21
1925 Jul 17
Habub over Khartoum
SAD.327/9/22
[1940s]
Aerial view of Khartoum, wiith the Governor-General's Palace in the foreground
SAD.327/9/23-24
[1940s]
Khartoum Cathedral
SAD.327/9/25
[1940s]
Sir Sayyid `Abd al-Rahman al-Mahdi's house at Khartoum
SAD.327/9/26
[1940s]
Intelligence Department and main government building
SAD.327/9/27
[1940s]
Gordon College
SAD.327/9/28
[1940s]
Camboni College
SAD.327/9/29
[1940s]
Khartoum Mosque
SAD.786/4/9-10
General views of Khartoum, one taken from the cathedral (786/4/10) (Karakashian Bros., Khartoum)
SAD.786/4/11
Legal Department (Karakashian Bros., Khartoum)
SAD.786/4/12
The Palace
SAD.786/4/13
Sergeants' mess
SAD.786/4/14
Gordon's fortifications, 1940s
SAD.786/4/15
Gordon's piano
SAD.1053/10/17
Main Street, Omdurman
Street in Omdurman, with tram line and overhead cables, parked cars, and Sudanese people
SAD.1053/10/19
A garden in Khartoum, showing beds and shrubs, with entrance gateway
SAD.786/4/16-21; SAD.327/9/30-31
[ca. 1925-1949]
Photographs of bridges:
SAD.327/9/30
[1940s]
View from the Blue Nile Bridge of the confluence of the Blue and White Niles
SAD.786/4/16
Blue Nile bridge between Khartoum and Khartoum North
SAD.786/4/17-18
Blue Nile bridge at sunset
SAD.786/4/19
Tinted postcard of the Blue Nile bridge and embankment road
SAD.786/4/20
Cars crossing the Blue Nile bridge
SAD.786/4/21, SAD.327/9/31
Khartoum North bridge
SAD.1053/10/11-13
Blue Nile bridge
SAD.786/4/22-23; SAD.327/9/32-33; SAD.1053/10/22
[ca. 1925-1949]
Interior views of altar and chapels in All Saints' Cathedral, Khartoum including the Gordon memorial chapel and the memorial inscription
SAD.786/4/24-25; SAD.327/9/34-35; SAD.1053/10/18
[ca. 1925-1949]
Photographs of Omdurman suq, including watermelon seller under sun shade (SAD.1053/10/18)
SAD.786/4/26
[1930s]
Photograph of Burri power station (Karakashian Bros., Khartoum)
SAD.786/4/27
[1940s]
Photograph of the main building at Erkowit
SAD.327/9/36-37
[1940s]
Views from Kitty's Leap, Erkowit, including Sergeant Linnegan, Alan Jole and Stan Whittaker
SAD.786/4/28
Photograph of station 9 in the desert between Abu Hamed and Halfa
SAD.786/4/29
Photograph of wood station at Limsium, Equatoria Province
SAD.786/5/1-5; SAD.327/9/38-41
[1930s and 1940s]
Photographs of British officials:
SAD.327/9/38
[1940s]
Party at Khartoum Club
SAD.327/9/39-40
[1940s]
Guests at a christening outside Khartoum Cathedral and congregation at Christmas morning service, with Garrett standing centre
SAD.327/9/41
[1940s]
Canon George Martin and his wife
SAD.786/5/1
R.C.G. with some of his clerks
SAD.786/5/2
R.C.G. ? (negative)
SAD.786/5/3
Crowd at Maulid al- Nabi celebrations
SAD.786/5/4
Tennis group: R.C.G., Sgt. Finnegan, Miss Hobbs (R.A.M.C.), Mrs. Garrett, Tony Licos, Alan Jole
SAD.786/5/5
Tennis group including R.C.G.
SAD.786/5/6-10; SAD.327/9/42-52
[ca. 1925-1949]
Photographs of Sudanese life:
SAD.327/9/42
[1940s]
Garrett's son Charles with Sudanese staff at Erkowit government rest house
SAD.327/9/43
[1940s]
Tukls on the White Nile near Malakal
SAD.327/9/44-45
[1940s]
Steamers and barges with Sudanese porters in the foreground (x2)
SAD.327/9/46
[1940s]
Pilgrims and camels with `utfahs on their way to Suakin en route for Jeddah
SAD.327/9/47
[1940s]
Aged Sudanese lady, taken on the Nile route between Banjang and Malakal
SAD.327/9/48
[1940s]
Nilotic village near Malakal
SAD.327/9/49
[1940s]
Dinka man, Limsium
SAD.327/9/50
[1940s]
Sudd, between Malakal and Juba
SAD.327/9/51
[1940s]
Luak
SAD.327/9/52
[1940s]
Cattle attached to a saqiyah
SAD.786/5/6
Prisoners with warden working in garden
SAD.786/5/7
Women and children drawing water from the river (Karakashian Bros., Khartoum)
SAD.786/5/8
Group of women standing beside car
SAD.786/5/9
Woman and children standing at river's edge (Karakashian Bros., Khartoum)
SAD.786/5/10
Barber at work shaving a customer (Karakashian Bros., Khartoum)
SAD.786/5/11-12; SAD.1053/10/14-16
Photographs of the Red Sea Hills (786/5/12 postcard: Sudan Railways, Atbara); “Red Sea Hills from Erkowit”; “View of the two houses (C & D) in the New Rest Camp, Erkowit” ; “View from my verandah in B.4. New Rest Camp, Erkowit”
SAD.786/5/13-14
[ca. 1925-1949]
Photographs of a zebra and a stork in Khartoum zoo
SAD.786/5/15-24
[ca. 1925-1949]
Unidentified Nile views including scenes at sunset and a variety of river craft (786/5/15-16,18-22 Karakashian Bros., Khartoum)
SAD.786/5/25-29; SAD.327/9/53-56
[ca. 1925-1949]
Photographs of homes gardens including R.C.G.'s garden in Khartoum and Muhammad, Garrett's gardener
SAD.786/6/1-20; SAD.327/9/57
[ca. 1925-1949]
Photographs from the front of greetings and prayer cards:
SAD.786/6/1-4
The Palace, Khartoum
SAD.786/6/5-6
Gordon statue
SAD.786/6/7; SAD.327/9/57-59
Khartoum Cathedral
SAD.327/9/60
Church railway saloon
SAD.786/6/8
View of Khartoum from the cathedral belfry
SAD.786/6/9
Hotel in Khartoum (?)
SAD.786/6/10-12
The Moghren
SAD.786/6/13
The Governor- General inspecting a guard of honour of the Camel Corps at the opening of the Legislative Assembly, Dec 1948
SAD.786/6/14
Gateway, Suakin
SAD.786/6/15
Regulator on the main canal, Gezira
SAD.786/6/16
Boat on canal, Gezira (?)
SAD.786/6/17
Drawing water from well; mosque in background
SAD.786/6/18
River scene in the south
SAD.786/6/19
Forest scene, qubbah in background
SAD.786/6/20
Two Sudanese women
SAD.327/9/61
[1940s]
Entrance to the Stores and Ordnance Department general workshops
SAD.786/6/21-26
Unidentified views, Sudan
SAD.786/6/27-31; SAD.1053/10/1-3
[ca. 1925-1949]
Photographs of Egypt, including Abu Simbel and the Aswan Dam; two tourists mounted on camels with handler, pyramids and the Sphinx in background; passenger train, with locomotive, to Mogren Gardens; state carriage with European dignitaries in public parade [?Lord Cromer]
SAD.786/6/32
[1940s]
Photograph of B.O.A.C. flying boat on Lake Victoria at Port Bell, Kampala
SAD.327/9/62
[1940s]
Photograph of White Nile steamer with barges
(iii) Large mounted photographs
SAD.998/10/1
[1940s]
Mudiriyah football team, winners of the Governor-General Cup
SAD.787/1/1-2
[1940s]
Photograph of S.A.D.F. group of officers, with and without hats (Karakashian Bros., Khartoum)
SAD.787/1/3
[c. 1946]
Photograph of staff of the Department of Economics and Trade. G. Foley, Director, seated centre
SAD.787/1/4
[1940s]
Photograph of the staff of the Stores and Ordnance Department
SAD.787/1/5
[c. 1942]
Photograph of a group of referees including C.L. Skeet and R.C.G.
SAD.1003/7/1-2
[early-mid 20th century]
Group Photograph, Aerodrome Gun Team, Sudan Auxiliary Force. Photographer A. Kazandjian, Khartoum
Photograph of uniformed group, beside ?air-raid shelter at aerodrome. With handwritten note, “Early days of the Sudan Auxiliary Force” , identifying: Pip Piper (Civil Secretary's Office), Mr House, Alan Jole (later Inspector of Prisons). See also SAD.1053/10/29
SAD.1003/7/3-4
[early-mid 20th century]
Group photograph of staff at the Department of Stores and Ordnance
With accompanying note, identifying Major Foley, Director. Farewell photo for R.C. Garrett, taken at the Stores and Ordnance Office, Khartoum North
5. Maps and Plans
(i) Small maps of the Sudan
SAD.783/8/1
1927 Sep
Map of the Anglo-Egyptian Sudan showing national and provincial boundaries
Survey Dept., Khartoum, Nov 1920. Revised at the W.O. Sep 1926 and Sep 1927
scale:   1:10,961,280
Size: 9 x 10 ins
SAD.783/8/2
1938
Map of the Anglo-Egyptian Sudan (coloured), showing national and provincial boundaries, mountain ranges and telegraph offices
Survey Dept., Khartoum, Mar 1930. Revised at the W.O. 1930 and 1938
scale:   1:10,961,280
Size: 8 x 10 ins
SAD.783/8/3
1930 Mar
Map of the Anglo-Egyptian Sudan showing national and provincial boundaries and telegraph offices
Survey Dept., Khartoum. Revised at the W.O. 1930 and 1938
scale:   1:10,961,280
Size: 8 x 10 ins
SAD.783/8/4
1954
Map of the diocese of the Sudan
Sudan Survey Dept.
(Extracted from unknown book)
scale:   None
Size: 13.5 x 8.5 ins
(ii) Large maps of the Sudan
SAD.783/8/5 [MP]
1934
Map of the Anglo-Egyptian Sudan Geographical Section, General Staff, W.O. 1914, third edition, 1934
scale:   1:3,000,000
Size: 31 x 41 ins
SAD.783/8/6 [MP]
1940
Map of the Anglo-Egyptian Sudan
Geographical Section, General Staff, W.O. 1914, fourth edition, 1939
scale:   1:3,000,000
Size: 30.5 x 40.5 ins
(iii) Plans
SAD.783/8/7 [MP]
1932
Street plan of Khartoum (linen backed)
Survey Dept., Khartoum
scale:   1:5,000
Size: 32.5 x 23 ins
Digitised material for Street plan of Khartoum, 1932 - SAD.783/8/7
SAD.783/8/8-9 [MP]
[early 20th century]
Large scale street plan of Khartoum, the area occupied by the Governor-General's Palace between Kitchener Avenue and 3rd Street, and the buildings occupied by the Public Works Department and the Survey Department
2 sheets
Size: 21 x 23.5 inches each
Digitised material for Street plan of Khartoum, the area occupied by the Palace between Kitchener Avenue and 3rd Street - SAD.783/8/8
Digitised material for Large scale street plan of Khartoum, showing the Governor-General's Palace - SAD.783/8/8-9
6. Museum Objects
SAD.783/9/1-14
Hat badges, province and military:
SAD.783/9/1
Khartoum Province (head of elephant above blue banner bearing province name)
Index terms
Objects
SAD.783/9/2
Darfur Province (antelope above name of province on black background)
Index terms
Objects
SAD.783/9/3
Kordofan (head of antelope on circular band bearing name of province)
Index terms
Objects
SAD.783/9/4
Northern Province (3 palm trees above province name on semi- circular band)
Index terms
Objects
SAD.783/9/5
White Nile Province (crocodile above name of province on green background)
Index terms
Objects
SAD.783/9/6
Berber Province (camel above name of province)
Index terms
Objects
SAD.783/9/7
Upper Nile Province (shield with crossed spears)
Index terms
Objects
SAD.783/9/8
Kassala Province (side view of male ibex head)
Index terms
Objects
SAD.783/9/9
Equatoria (side view of male antelope head)
Index terms
Objects
SAD.783/9/10
Halfa Province (?) (palm tree with 2 boats on the Nile)
Index terms
Objects
SAD.783/9/11
Bahr al-Ghazal (?) (side view of sheep)
Index terms
Objects
SAD.783/9/12
Sudan Defence Force
Index terms
Objects
SAD.783/9/13
Sudan Auxiliary Defence Force
Index terms
Objects
SAD.783/9/14
Sudan Defence Force Medical Corps
Index terms
Objects
SAD.1003/7/5
1932
Bishop Llewellyn Gwynne, colour lithograph print by E.G. Sarsfield-Hall. Signed by Gwynne
7. Miscellanea
SAD.331/1/2
[1931-1938]
Christmas card from A. Sharaf illustrated by colour drawing of British and Sudanese officers of the Mechanical Transport, Sudan Defence Force
SAD.783/7/9-10
1943 May 15
Order of service for a marriage ceremony at Khartoum Cathedral
SAD.331/1/3-4
1945 Feb 9
Programme for the Sudan Football Association Governor-General's Challenge Cup Competition, 1940-1941 season, amended for the 1944-1945 season
SAD.783/7/11-12
1945 Mar 24
Order of service for the funeral of Douglas Newbold, Civil Secretary
SAD.783/7/13-14
1945 Feb 24
Invitations to Maulid al-Nabi celebrations
SAD.783/7/15-20
1953
Pages torn from 1953 calendar, each including a photograph of the Sudan:
SAD.783/7/15
University College of Khartoum, by Dr. J.F.E. Bloss
SAD.783/7/16
Railway workshops, Atbara, by P.R.O.
SAD.783/7/17
Sunset, Blue Nile bridge, Khartoum, by Dr. J.F.E. Bloss
SAD.783/7/18
Quays, Port Sudan, by Dr. J.F.E. Bloss
SAD.783/7/19
The caravanserie, Suakin, by D.H. Matthews
SAD.783/7/20
Elephants, by E.H. Nightingale
SAD.1053/11/7
1971
Sudan Church Association appeal asking for donations of postage stamps to sell to collectors; with “Hints on the profitable collection of stamps” on the reverse.
Formerly enclosed within Sudan Diocesan Review, no. 63, vol. 22 (Spring 1971)
8. 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 (2nd edition: [Khartoum], 1934)
Beaton, A.C., Meadowforce (Information Office, Civil Secretary's Office: Khartoum, 1942)
The order of service of thanksgiving and dedication for the victory of the allied forces in the European theatre of war, Khartoum Cathedral, 13 May 1945
Egyptian Mail, 15 Aug 1945
“Expedition Sudan”, To Europe for steam, 1981-82, no. 4sp. Special illustrated issue
Fellowship of Unity Sudan. Prayer in Time of War. Order of Combined Service, 7 March 1945 (Arabic, Greek, English)
Fellowship of Unity Sudan. Order of Combined Service, [mid 20th century] (Arabic, Greek, English)
Gifford, G., The composite infantry battalion of the Eastern Arab Corps, Sudan Defence Force, in the Abyssinian campaign (Information Office, Civil Secretary's Office: Khartoum, 1942)
Henderson, K.D.D., The Sudan and the Abyssinian campaign (Information Office, Civil Secretary's Office: Khartoum, 1942)
Henderson, K.D.D., The Sudan and the Abyssinian campaign (Information Office, Civil Secretary's Office, 1942; Repr. Feb 1943)
Keen, M.F.A., An account of the constitution of the Sudan based on paper prepared for the Journal of the Society of Clerks-at-the-Table in Empire Parliaments (Khartoum)
Kennedy-Cooke, B., Kassala at war (Information Office, Civil Secretary's Office: Khartoum, 1943)
Morrison, G.N.I., The Upper Nile and the war (1940-1941) (Information Office, Civil Secretary's Office: Khartoum, 1944)
Omar Toussoun, Memorandum on the question of the Sudan addressed by Prince Omar Toussoun to the Parliament and to the people of Great Britain through the agency of the press (Société des Publications Égyptiennes, Alexandria, 1936)
Platt, Sir William, “Retrospect”, lecture by Lieutenant-General Sir William Platt, K.C.B., D.S.O., at the Cultural Centre, Khartoum, 29.9.41, repr. from The Sudan Daily Herald
Sudan almanac 1942...[and]...1949 (2v) (H.M.S.O. London, 1942 and Khartoum, 1949)
Sudan Star, 6 Jun 1944, 6 & 8 August 1945, 23 Jun 1949
The Sudan Daily Herald, 31 January 1942
The Sudan Herald, 6 Jun 1944, 10 Aug 1945, 18 Jan 1946
Sudan [Condominium, 1899-1955]: A note on government policy towards the native population with particular reference to the tribes of Kassala and the Gash (Khartoum, 1926)
Sudan [Condominium, 1899-1955]: Rules of precedence (1927)
Sudan [Condominium, 1899-1955]: Report on the administration of the Sudan in 1945, furnished by the Governor-General to His Britannic Majesty's Government in the United Kingdom and to the Royal Egyptian Government (Khartoum, 1947)
Sudan [Condominium, 1899-1955], Education Department: Report for the years 1940-1943 of the Antiquities Service and Museums in the Anglo-Egyptian Sudan, by A.J. Arkell (Khartoum, 1943)
Sudan [Condominium, 1899-1955], Education Department: The Gordon Memorial College, Khartoum. Addresses on the occasion of the gathering in the Gordon Memorial College, Khartoum on 20th February 1945 to celebrate the inauguration of the college in its new form
Sudan [Condominium, 1899-1955], Sudan Government Railways: The Sudan Railways bulletin no. 75. 70th anniversary number (Feb 1945)
Sudan [Condominium, 1899-1955], Sudan Government Railways and Steamers: Principal places of interest during a journey by Sudan Railways' steamers between Shellal and Wadi Halfa and between Khartoum and Juba
Sudan, Anglican Church: Clergy House Supper Club XVI season September 1940 (Khartoum, 1940)
Sudan, Anglican Church: The Anglican Church in the Sudan, its organization and administration (Khartoum, 1941)
Sudan, Anglican Church: The church in Khartoum: the servicemen's blue book (Khartoum, 1946)
Sudan Football Association: Governor-General's challenge cup competition 1939/40 season (Khartoum, 1940)
Sudan Football Association: Constitution and rules 1944 (Khartoum, 1944)
Sudan Football Association, Rules of the Central Referees Committee (Khartoum, 1947)
[Symes, G.S.], Note on administratve purposes in the Anglo-Egyptian Sudan (1938)