P. C. Bryson
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Peter C. Bryson
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Catalogue
1. Photographic Material
Reference code: GB-0033-SAD
Title: P. C. Bryson
Dates of creation: [1910-1955]
Extent: Digital copies
Held by: Durham University Library, Archives and Special Collections
Created by: P. C. Bryson
Language: English

Peter C. Bryson

(d.1984)

1934Appointed to Steamers Section, Sudan Government Railways and Steamers
1940-1946Senior Draughtsman, Steamers' Section, Khartoum North
1946Dockyard Manager, Southern Reach, Khartoum North
1947-1950Assistant Superintendent Engineer, Steamers' Section, Khartoum North
1950-1955Superintendent Engineer, Steamers' Section, Khartoum North


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1. Photographic Material

Accession details

Loaned for copying by Miss E. M. Bryson, 2010

Catalogue
1. Photographic Material
SAD.D9/1-53
[ca. 1934-1949]
Album of photographs, some with captions, mostly dating from ca. 1934-1936 and featuring subjects such as the construction of Jabal Auliya dam, the steamer Jackson Pasha and crew, travels in the South, including southern tribes, Khartoum zoo and the construction and launch of the Abu Klea
SAD.D9/1-6
1934
Construction of Jabal Auliya dam
SAD.D9/7
1934 Jun
Barge with crane sunk in channel near Jabal Auliya dam
SAD.D9/8
1934 Aug
Sudanese crew of the Nile steamer Jackson Pasha
SAD.D9/9
1934 Aug
Engine room crew of the Nile steamer Jackson Pasha. Left to right: Karamalla Muhammad (Greaser); Yusuf Karrar (Trimmer); Ali Muhammad Al (Osta); Shaban Aymi (Greaser); Yaib Muhammad al-Amin (Greaser)
SAD.D9/10
1934 Aug
Senior crew of the Nile steamer Jackson Pasha. Left to right: Muhammad Mustafa (Second Ra'is, or second captain); Muhammad Shaykh Gadi (Leading Sailor); `Abd al-Gadar Ahmad Lebib (Ra'is, or captain); Abrahim al-Amin (Leading Sailor)
SAD.D9/11
1934 Aug
P.C. Bryson aboard the Jackson Pasha Nile steamer
SAD.D9/12
1934 Aug
The Nile steamer Jackson Pasha and its barges at Kosti
SAD.D9/13
1935 Jul
Unloading benzyne at Terakeka
SAD.D9/14
[1935]
Tukls by the Nile near Juba
SAD.D9/15-16
[1935]
Dinka cattle station near Bor
SAD.D9/17
[1935]
Dinka woman at Shambe
SAD.D9/18-19
[1935]
Nuer men and children, some covered in ash, at Kenisa, Upper Nile Province
SAD.D9/20
[1935]
Shilluk women wearing beads at Malakal
SAD.D9/21

Crocodile at Shambe
SAD.D9/22
[1934-1936]
Dinka men in dug-out canoe, Lul
SAD.D9/23
[1934-1936]
Dinka men by the banks of the Bahr al-Jebel, with Dinka men in a dug-out canoe in the background
SAD.D9/24
[1934-1936]
Dead elephant, southern Sudan
SAD.D9/25
[1934-1936]
Dinka woman wearing beads and lip and ear piercings, Malakal
SAD.D9/26
[1934-1936]
Dinka woman with tribal scarring and lip piercing, Bor
SAD.D9/27
[1934-1936]
Shilluk man with spear and shield at Malakal
SAD.D9/28
[1934-1936]
Shilluk man with matted and curved hair and tribal scarring on forehead, Malakal
SAD.D9/29
[1934-1936]
Shilluk man wearing beads and robes holding a spear, [probably Malakal]
SAD.D9/30
[1934-1936]
Shilluk men wearing beads and robes holding spears and a club, [probably Malakal]
SAD.D9/31
[1934-1936]
Giraffe near the Bahr al-Jebel
SAD.D9/32
[1934-1945]
British officials feeding a giraffe at Khartoum zoo. Left to right: W. Pollock; P.C. Bryson; C.C. Warren, Steamers Inspector, Railways department
SAD.D9/33
[1940-1949]
P.C. Bryson standing next to a zebra at Khartoum zoo
SAD.D9/34
[1940-1949]
British officials feeding a hippopotamus at Khartoum zoo. Left to right: C.C. Warren, Steamers Inspector, Railways department; W. Pollock; P.C. Bryson
SAD.D9/35
1934
W. Grieg, Sudan Railways, wearing Sudan Railways uniform on the bridge deck of the SS Gedid
SAD.D9/36
[1930-1939]
Dinka men paddling dug-out canoes near Lul
SAD.D9/37-47
1936 Jun-Aug
Construction of the Nile steamer Abu Klea
SAD.D9/48
1936 Aug
P.C. Bryson's train saloon carriage, Es Suki
SAD.D9/49
[1936]
Dinka women [near the Jur River, Bahr al-Ghazal]
SAD.D9/50
[1936]
R. Gordon, Dockyard Manager, Khartoum North, with a baby elephant
SAD.D9/51
1936 Aug
P.C. Bryson with Kheri `Uthman Kheri (left) and Mahmud (centre) in front of Bryson's train saloon carriage, Es Suki
SAD.D9/52
1936 Aug
W. Grieg, Sudan Railways, with Mahmud (left) and Kheri `Uthman Kheri (right) in front of Bryson's train saloon carriage, Es Suki
SAD.D9/53
1936 Aug
P.C. Bryson with Abrahim Muhammad Ali Ruston in front of a train saloon carriage, Es Suki
SAD.D10/1-40
[1934-1955]
Album of photographs, some captioned, dating from ca. 1934-1940 and featuring subjects such as steamers and staff of the Steamers' Section, the Bryson family, construction of the Jabal Auliya dam, travels by steamer in the South and girl guides:
SAD.D10/1
[1934-1955]
The Nile steamer the Jackson Pasha
SAD.D10/2
[1934-1955]
P.C. Bryson of Sudan Railways, in front of a steamer
SAD.D10/3
[1934-1955]
P.C. Bryson aboard the S.S. Gediel
SAD.D10/4
[1934-1955]
Three British officials (left to right): P.T.M. Wells, Dockyard Manager, Khartoum North; J. Kenny; and H.F. Wilby, Foreman, Khartoum North; with two children: P. and M. Warren, probably the children of C. C. Warren, Dockyard Superintendent
SAD.D10/5
[1934-1955]
The Nile steamer the Jackson Pasha at Jebelein, White Nile Province
SAD.D10/6
[1934-1955]
P. C. Bryson and J. Horne, Inspector of Surveys, in a car in front of low brick buildings
SAD.D10/7
[1934-1955]
J. Thomson and J. Horne, Inspector of Surveys, in a car
SAD.D10/8
[1944-1946]
Young British boy [possibly P.C. Bryson's son, Hamish] wearing a clown outfit
SAD.D10/9
[1942-1944]
P.C. Bryson with his son, Hamish
SAD.D10/10-11
[1934-1936]
Sluices at the Jebel Auliya dam, under construction
SAD.D10/12
[1944-1946]
P.C. Bryson with his son, Hamish
SAD.D10/13
[1934-1936]
Sluice gate slides at the Jebel Auliya dam, under construction
SAD.D10/14
[1934-1936]
Dredging at Jebel Auliya dam construction site
SAD.D10/15
[1934-1955]
Children in a toy boat at a children's party
SAD.D10/16
[1934-1955]
The Nile steamer the Sir Lee Stack docked at Moghren quay
SAD.D10/17
[1934-1955]
`Id celebrations at Kodok
SAD.D10/18
[1940-1942]
Young British boy [possibly P.C. Bryson's son, Hamish] wearing a turban
SAD.D10/19
[1941-1943]
Young British boy [possibly P.C. Bryson's son, Hamish] playing with a toy train
SAD.D10/20
[1934-1955]
Shilluk men wearing robes and beads at Kodok
SAD.D10/21
[1944-1946]
P.C. Bryson with his wife, Alice, and son, Hamish
SAD.D10/22

P.C. Bryson with his son, Hamish, outside their house
SAD.D10/23
[1934-1955]
Sudanese seamen (left to right): Leading sailor Muhammad Khori; Ra'is Sennet; Second Ra'is `Uthman; and Leading Sailor Abukir on the deck of a steamer
SAD.D10/24
[1934-1955]
Dinka men and children by a river bank at Malakal with two dugout canoes coming in towards the bank
SAD.D10/25
[1934-1955]
Group of British children
SAD.D10/26
[1934-1955]
Sudanese people gathered around and aboard a steamer at Bor
SAD.D10/27
[1934-1955]
Aerial view of a herd of elephants, Bor
SAD.D10/28
[1944-1946]
Young British boy [P.C. Bryson's son, Hamish] with a model sailing boat
SAD.D10/29
[1934-1955]
Steamer moored at the Catholic Mission Station at Tonga
SAD.D10/30
[1934-1955]
Tukls on a river bank, near Juba
SAD.D10/31
[1944-1946]
P.C. Bryson with his son, Hamish, and another British official in the garden of Bryson's house
SAD.D10/32
1934
S.G.S. Rejaf passing through the White Nile bridge between Omdurman and Khartoum with feluccas in foreground
SAD.D10/33
1944
Khartoum North Girl Guide company parading outside All Saints' Cathedral, Khartoum
SAD.D10/34
1934
Sudanese children at Simsima
SAD.D10/35
[1942-1944]
Young British girl and boy [probably P.C. Bryson's son, Hamish] on a donkey
SAD.D10/36
[1943-1945]
P.C. Bryson with his son, Hamish
SAD.D10/37
[1934-1955]
Dinka group at Thar Jath
SAD.D10/38
[1944-1946]
P.C. Bryson with his son Hamish dressed in a child-sized Sudan Government Railways and Steamers uniform
SAD.D10/39
1934
Group of Sudanese people on the riverbank at Jebelein, White Nile Province, viewed from the deck of a steamer
SAD.D10/40
1934
Tukls near the bank of the Bahr al-Jabal at Juba
SAD.D11/1-48
[ca. 1910-1955]
Album of photographs and 5 postcards, some with captions, dating from ca. 1934 and featuring subjects such as steamers, Nile travel in White Nile and Upper Nile provinces, Jabal Auliya dam under construction and southern tribes.
SAD.D11/1
[1934]
Postcard showing a Henderson Line ferry travelling from Palma to Egypt and Burma
SAD.D11/2
[1934-1940]
Portrait photograph of P.C. Bryson
SAD.D11/3
[1934]
Rowing boat moored at wooden quay in Kodok
SAD.D11/4
[1934-1955]
The Nile steamer Jackson Pasha
SAD.D11/5
[1934-1955]
Kosti bridge in the open position to allow a ship to pass through
SAD.D11/6
1935 Jan 1
View of Kerrakerra
SAD.D11/7
[1934]
Loading dhurah on to Nile barges at Melut, Upper Nile Province
SAD.D11/8
[1934]
View of Kosti bridge from a boat travelling through it
SAD.D11/9
[1934]
Nile steamer SS Lee Stack
SAD.D11/10
[1934]
Sudanese people gathered on the river bank at Kosti, with steamers in the foreground
SAD.D11/11
[1934]
The Nile steamer Jackson Pasha and its barges at Kosti
SAD.D11/12
[1934]
Nile barge loaded with goods
SAD.D11/13
[1934]
View of Dueim as seen from a steamer on the Nile
SAD.D11/14
[1934]
View of the Egyptian Irrigation Service dockyard near Gordon's tree
SAD.D11/15
[1934]
Tukls by the Nile
SAD.D11/16-17,21
1934 Jun
Jabal Auliya dam under construction
SAD.D11/18
[1934]
SS Omdurman on the Juba mail run
SAD.D11/19
1934 Jun
Construction of the lock gates at the Jabal Auliya dam
SAD.D11/20
[1934]
View of Jebelein, White Nile Province, as seen from the Nile
SAD.D11/22
1934 Aug
Nile steamer
SAD.D11/23
[1934]
Osta `Ali Muhammad `Ali standing on the deck of a ship
SAD.D11/24
[1920-1940]
Gordon Stationery postcard showing a Sudan Government train
SAD.D11/25
[1934]
Gordon Stationery postcard showing Sudanese children, Northern Sudan
SAD.D11/26
[1934-1955]
Gordon Stationery postcard showing Gordon's statue in Khartoum
SAD.D11/27
[1934-1955]
Shaduf on the edge of the Nile, Khartoum
SAD.D11/28
[1934]
The Nile steamer Jackson Pasha in dry dock, probably Khartoum North
SAD.D11/29
[1934]
Mahmud, crew member standing on the deck of a steamer
SAD.D11/30,34
[1934]
Man with a young lizard on a rope on the deck of a Nile barge
SAD.D11/31
1934
Jabal Auliya dam under construction
SAD.D11/32
[1934-1955]
The Nile steamer, Jackson Pasha arriving at Bargeford Port, Dueim
SAD.D11/33
[1934]
The Nile steamer Jackson Pasha in dry dock, probably Khartoum North
SAD.D11/35
[1910-1930]
G.N. Morhig postcard showing Sudanese girls in Khartoum
SAD.D11/36
[1934]
G.N. Morhig postcard showing Jur women in the Bahr al-Ghazal
SAD.D11/37
[1934]
Shilluk man and his wife, both wearing beads and robes and holding decorative spears, at Kodok
SAD.D11/38
[1934]
Shilluk man wearing robes and beads
SAD.D11/39
[1934]
Ra'is Sennet and P.C. Bryson on the bridge deck of the SS Gedid
SAD.D11/40
[1934]
Ra'iss Sennet and W. Grieg, Sudan Railways, on the bridge deck of the SS Gedid
SAD.D11/41
[1934]
W. Grieg, Sudan Railways, wearing Sudan Railways uniform on the bridge deck of the SS Gedid
SAD.D11/42
[1934]
P.C. Bryson on the bridge deck of the SS Gedid
SAD.D11/43
[1934]
Dinka man wearing beads and holding a spear at Malek, Upper Nile Province
SAD.D11/44
[1934]
Southern Sudanese children (possibly Dinka) at Shambe, White Nile Province
SAD.D11/45
[1934]
Shilluk men wearing beads and robes and holding spears, standing by the side of the Nile at Kaka, Upper Nile Province
SAD.D11/46
[1934]
Dinka women at Kodok
SAD.D11/47
[1934]
Dinka cattle station near Bor
SAD.D11/48
[1934]
Grass fire in the sudd
SAD.D12/1-77
[ca. 1939-1955]
Album of photographs and one postcard, many with captions, dating from ca. 1939-1952 and featuring such subjects as the Bryson family and home at Khartoum North, children's parties, the Sudan Club and steamers.
SAD.D12/1-12
[ca. 1939-1945]
P.C. Bryson, his wife and son Hamish, mostly at their home in Khartoum North
SAD.D12/13
1941 Oct
Mrs Bryson in guide uniform with son Hamish
SAD.D12/14-15,17
1942
P.C. Bryson and his son Hamish
SAD.D12/16
1942 Jan
Children, including Hamish Bryson, in a small boat at the Khartoum Club swimming pool
SAD.D12/18
1942 Feb 3
Hamish Bryson, son of P.C. Bryson, and friend Jackolen Bolton at the Governor-General's party in the palace gardens, Khartoum. The Governor-General, Sir Hubert Huddleston is standing centre.
SAD.D12/19-23
[ca. 1942]
P.C. Bryson, his wife and son Hamish, mostly at their home in Khartoum North
SAD.D12/24
1942 Sep
Hamish Bryson, son of P. C. Bryson, with two Sudanese servants, Mahmud and Muhammad
SAD.D12/25-27
[1942-1944]
P.C. Bryson and his son Hamish
SAD.D12/28
[ca. 1942]
A group of British children, including Hamish Bryson, probably Khartoum
SAD.D12/29-32
[ca. 1942-1944]
P.C. Bryson and his son Hamish
SAD.D12/33
1944
View of P.C. Bryson's house at Khatoum North
SAD.D12/34
1942 Sep
British man and women at Erkowit
SAD.D12/35
[1940-1950]
British officials and wives at a party - P.C. Bryson and his wife sitting centre back
SAD.D12/36
[1940-1955]
Two Northern Sudanese men [possibly P.C. Bryson's servants Mahmud and Muhammad]
SAD.D12/37
[1940-1950]
Mrs Bryson with staff. Left: Awad, butler Right: Mahmud, cook and in front Muhammad, gardener
SAD.D12/38
[1940s]
Sudanese and British officials and wives boarding a plane at Wadi Halfa
SAD.D12/39-42
[1940s]
Children's fancy dress party, hosted by Bishop Gelsthorpe, Khartoum
SAD.D12/43
[1940s]
Young British girls [one of whom is probably P.C. Bryson's daughter] at a party in the Palace gardens
SAD.D12/44
[1940s]
British girl [possibly P.C. Bryson's daughter] sitting on a large Nile perch
SAD.D12/45
[1940s]
British girl [possibly P.C. Bryson's daughter] at the Sudan Club swimming pool, Khartoum
SAD.D12/46-47
[1940s]
Sudan Club swimming pool, Khartoum
SAD.D12/48-50
[1940s]
Children's nativity play
SAD.D12/51
[1940s]
Group of British children dressed in oriental costumes
SAD.D12/52
[1940s]
Young British girl [possibly P.C. Bryson's daughter] in fancy dress
SAD.D12/53
[1940s]
Young British girls wearing fancy dress
SAD.D12/54-61
[1940s]
P.C. Bryson's house at Khartoum North
SAD.D12/62
[ca. 1952]
P. C. Bryson's wife and friend, possibly in front of the equipment used to view and record the total eclipse of the sun
SAD.D12/63
[ca. 1952]
Equipment used to view and record the total eclipse of the sun
SAD.D12/64
[1940s]
View of a dockyard, probably Khartoum North
SAD.D12/65-67
[1940s]
Boat being hauled into a dry dock, probably Khartoum North
SAD.D12/68
[1940-1955]
P.C. Bryson's wife standing in front of a train carriage
SAD.D12/69
[1940-1955]
The Nile steamer Abu Klea
SAD.D12/70-71
[1940-1955]
Unidentified Nile sternwheeler steamer
SAD.D12/72
[1940-1955]
The Sudan Railways steamer SS Nasir
SAD.D12/73
[1940s]
Karakashia Bros postcard showing the Sudan Railways steamer SS Nasir
SAD.D12/74
[1940s]
Karakashian Bros postcard showing a Sudan Railways steamer on the Khartoum to Juba service
SAD.D12/75
[1940-1955]
Motor boat on the Nile
SAD.D12/76
[1940-1955]
Unidentified British official
SAD.D12/77
[1940s]
P.C. Bryson and his wife, Alice
SAD.D13/1-15
[ca. 1940-1955]
Album of photographs, many with captions, dating from the 1940s and featuring girl guides in Khartoum, including Lady Olave Baden-Powell, Chief Guide.
SAD.D13/1
1944 Feb
Khartoum North Girl Guide company parading outside All Saints' Cathedral, Khartoum. Mrs A. Bryson, P.C. Bryson's wife, is at the front of the procession nearest camera
SAD.D13/2
1945 Mar 11
Mrs A. Bryson with two other Girl Guide leaders posing in front of Gordon's statue, Khartoum
SAD.D13/3
1940-1955
Girl Guide troop
SAD.D13/4
[1947-1954]
Mrs A. Bryson, leader of Khartoum North Girl Guide troop and wife of P.C. Bryson, with Sir Robert Howe, Governor-General, at a girl guide event, Khartoum
SAD.D13/5
[1947-1954]
Girl Guides and leaders at a girl guide event, Khartoum
SAD.D13/6
1949 Dec 17
Girl guide troops marching with flags at a rally in the gardens of the Governor-General's palace, Khartoum
SAD.D13/7
[1947-1954]
Girl Guide troops being addressed by leaders at a rally in Khartoum
SAD.D13/8
[1940-1949]
Chief Guide, Lady Olave Baden-Powell on a visit to the Sudan
SAD.D13/9
[1940s]
Chief Guide, Lady Olave Baden-Powell meeting girl guides at a rally in Khartoum
SAD.D13/10
[1947-1954]
Sir Robert Howe, Governor General, talking to girl guides at a rally in Khartoum. A. Bryson, P.C. Bryson's wife, can be seen behind Howe.
SAD.D13/11
[1940s]
Girl Guide, Lady Olave Baden-Powell, at a rally in Khartoum
SAD.D13/12-13
[1940s]
Khartoum North Girl Guides parading out of All Saints' Cathedral, Khartoum
SAD.D13/14
[1940s]
Khartoum North Girl Guides troop standing outside All Saints' Cathedral, Khartoum. Mrs A. Bryson, wife of P.C. Bryson and leader of the troop, is standing far right.
SAD.D13/15
[1940s]
Girl guide leaders boarding a Sudan Airways plane at Khartoum. Second from left is Lady Olave Baden-Powell, Chief Guide and third from right is Mrs A. Bryson, wife of P. C. Bryson and leader of the Khartoum North girl guides troop.