J. C. Edwards
Introduction
J. C. Edwards
Arrangement

Catalogue
1. Official Papers
2. Photographic Material
3. Printed Material
Reference code: GB-0033-SAD
Title: J. C. Edwards
Dates of creation: 1928-1951
Extent: 3 files
Held by: Durham University Library, Archives and Special Collections
Created by: J. C. Edwards
Language: English

J. C. Edwards

{fl. 1928-1966)

1926-1949Sudan Medical Service
? - 1936Sanitary Inspector, Wad Medani
1937-1938Senior Sanitary Inspector, Wad Medani
1939-1940Senior Public Health Inspector, Omdurman
1941-1949Senior Public Health Inspector, Northern Area, Port Sudan
1949-1953Chief Public Health Inspector, Khartoum


Arrangement

1. Official Papers
2. Photographic Material
3. Printed Material

Accession details

Presented by Edwards, 1958 and 1966

Catalogue
1. Official Papers
SAD.402/8/8-9
1928 Oct
Printed government leaflet entitled “Procedure to be adopted by officials proceeding on and returning from leave outside the Sudan”
SAD.402/8/5-6
1928 Dec 29
Circular letter from H.A. MacMichael, Civil Secretary, to all governors and heads of departments regarding the extension of the awards system for passing language examinations to wives of British officials
SAD.402/8/1-2
1930 Feb 8-20
Circular letter from J.C.N. Harris, Assistant Director, Sudan Medical Service, concerning dress for Sanitary Inspectors
SAD.402/8/10-11
1932 Feb 1
Circular letter from E.D. Pridie, Assistant Director, Sudan Medical Service concerning an amendment to the regulations for travel allowances
SAD.402/8/12-13
1939 Oct 26
Circular memorandum from the Civil Secretary's Office concerning the embargo on travel of British women and children
SAD.402/8/3-4
1939 Dec 8
Circular letter to all governors from G.R.F. Bredin for the Civil Secretary, enclosing a copy of a pronouncement forbidding British women and children to enter the Sudan during the war
2. Photographic Material
SAD.1/5/1-13
1930-1949
Photographs illustrating the work of the Public Health section of the Sudan Medical Service in Wad Medani, Port Sudan and Khartoum, taken by Edwards:
SAD.1/5/1
1935
Sanitation workers transferring refuse from street cars to bogies on the light railway, Wad Medani
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Photographic prints
SAD.1/5/2
1935
Sanitation workers discharging refuse from a light railway bogie at a refuse tip, Wad Medani
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Photographic prints
SAD.1/5/3
1935
Sanitation workers disinfecting and stacking latrine buckets in the sewage pitting area, Wad Medani
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Photographic prints
SAD.1/5/4
1933
Open-air slaughter-house at Wad Medani
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Photographic prints
SAD.1/5/5
1935
Mule-drawn refuse cart constructed in the Sanitary Department workshops, Wad Medani
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Photographic prints
SAD.1/5/6
1933
Sanitary Department stables, Wad Medani
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Photographic prints
SAD.1/5/7
1935
Tinsmiths making latrine buckets in the Sanitary Department workshops, Wad Medani
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Photographic prints
SAD.1/5/8
1935
Rear view of a refuse cart, showing the tipping door, Wad Medani
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Photographic prints
SAD.1/5/9
1939
Camel-drawn refuse cart used in Suakin and Tokar
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Photographic prints
SAD.1/5/10
1930
Camel-drawn Crowley sewage cart used in Suakin and Red Sea Hills stations
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Photographic prints
SAD.1/5/11
1949
Sanitary Department workers standing alongside Sanitary Department motor transport at Port Sudan on the transfer to Khartoum of the British inspector
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Photographic prints
SAD.1/5/12
1926
Refuse cart drawn by two camels, Khartoum
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Photographic prints
SAD.1/5/13
[1930]
Sir Alan Cobham's float plane landing on the Nile at Wadi Halfa with the first airmail to reach the Sudan
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Photographic prints
3. Printed Material
SAD.402/8/7
1951 Dec 1
F. Baranyovits, “Fly reactions to insecticidal deposits: a new test technique”, reprint of an article from Nature, v 168, p 960
SAD.455/3/1-2
1949 Nov
J.C. Edwards, “Aedes Aegypti and other mosquito control measures in Port Sudan”, offprint of an article from the Journal of the Royal Sanitary Institute, v 69, no 6