G. C. Wood
Introduction
George C. Wood
Arrangement

Catalogue
1. Official Papers
2. Personal Papers
(a) Letters from Wood to his family
(b) Letters from Kathleen Wood (neé Challis) to George Wood
(c) Other personal correspondence and papers
3. Photographic Material
(a) Photograph Albums
(b) Loose Photographs
(c) Negatives
(d) Slides
(e) Cinefilms
4. Newspaper Cuttings
5. Miscellanea
Reference code: GB-0033-SAD
Title: G. C. Wood
Dates of creation: 1914-[1970s]
Extent: 4 boxes
Held by: Durham University Library, Archives and Special Collections
Created by: G. C. Wood
Language: English, with some Arabic

George C. Wood

(1914-1977)

1939-1946Lecturer in Physics, School of Science, Gordon Memorial College
1947-1951Dean of the School of Science, Gordon Memorial College
1951-1958Registrar, University College of Khartoum


Arrangement

1. Official Papers
2. Personal Papers
(a) Letters from Wood to his family
(b) Letters from Kathleen Wood (née Challis) to George Wood
(c) Other personal correspondence and papers
3. Photographic Material
(a) Photograph albums
(b) Loose photographs
(c) Negatives
(d) Slides
(e) Cineflims
4. Newspaper Cuttings
5. Miscellanea

Accession details

Bequest from the estate of Mr Wood's wife Kathleen Wood (née Challis) (2007 & 2009), through Mr David Castle. These gifts also contained Kathleen's papers which are now catalogued separately.

Catalogue
1. Official Papers
SAD.89/2/1-73
1914-1935
File of Arabic language examination papers for civilian officials
SAD.86/1/1-159
1935 Jun 19-1956 Dec 13
Personal papers relating to Wood's academic life and employment with the Sudan Government, including applications for employment, employment references, leave requests, contract extensions, correspondence regarding promotions, pension, and travelling allowances, as well as papers relating to his employment in the Sudan Defence Force during the Second World War.
SAD.86/2/1-8
[1940s]
Syllabi from the London Intermediate and General BSc courses, adapted for the School of Science, Gordon Memorial College
SAD.86/2/9-14
[1940s]
Abstract of a report entitled “The Teaching of Science to Non-Science Specialists” (published by the Science Masters Association)
SAD.86/2/15-17
1942 Oct 28
Report by Wood on the results of an experiment conducted at the Kitchener School of Medicine to investigate the horizontal component of the earth's magnetic field
SAD.86/2/18-19
1946 Aug 31
Quotation from Newalls Insulation Company for improving the acoustics of the lecture room in the School of Science
SAD.86/5/1-33
1947
Desk diary used as a notebook, mostly notes relating to lectures and other work-related matters
SAD.86/3/1-20
1947 May 8-1953 Jan 26
Letters to Wood from former students and staff of Gordon College, mostly requests for references
SAD.86/2/20-37
1948 Mar
Memorandum for the Visitor, Sir James Irvine on the School of Science
SAD.86/2/38
1948 Oct 28
Letter from C.K. Gregory, Mechanical Engineer, Public Works Department, El Obeid to Wood, thanking him for his visit with a party of students
SAD.86/2/39-43,53-56
1948 Nov 17-1950 Oct 7
Letters from J.W. Wright for the Director of Surveys, to Wood concerning specifications for a theodolite to be converted to a short focus telescope
SAD.86/2/44-52
1949 Jan 5
Letter from Karl Borch, Scientific Officer for UNESCO, to Wood, enclosing extracts from letters and reports on the stabilisation of sand dunes
SAD.86/2/57-59
1952 Feb 25
Preliminary memorandum issued by the Civil Secretary's Office on the total eclipse of the sun
SAD.86/6/1-31
1954
Desk diary used as a notebook, mostly notes relating to lectures and other work-related matters
SAD.86/4/1-128
1956 Sep 13-1976 Jan 26
Papers relating to Wood's Sudan and post-Sudan employment and financial matters, mostly employment applications and references, contracts and pension papers
SAD.86/2/60-79
[1950s]
Article by D. F. Munsey, entitled “Geodesy in Egypt and the Sudan”
2. Personal Papers
(a) Letters from Wood to his family
SAD.86/7/1-152
1939 Dec 22-1940 Dec 28
Personal letters from Wood, mainly written in Khartoum, to his family, describing his daily routine, work and social life, and the weather, including a description of his journey to the Sudan, and the desert scenery between Wadi Halfa and Atbara (SAD.86/7/7-24); his attendance at the Governor-General's Palace garden party (SAD.86/7/36-38); a housing shortage in Khartoum due to the war (SAD.86/7/41-43); his opinion of his Sudanese students (SAD.86/7/87-93); a complaint made by a Sudanese student against him (SAD.86/7/94-100); Maulid celebrations in Khartoum (SAD.86/7/109); the positioning of anti-aircraft guns in Khartoum due to the threat of a possible bombing raid (SAD.86/7/112-122); cancellation of leave for British officials due to the war, his appointment to the Sudan Defence Force as Bimbashi and his role in the Cypher Office (SAD.86/7/121-130); descriptions of bombing raids on Khartoum (SAD.86/7/135-139); and the progress of the war on the Abyssinian-Sudan border, and a visit to the new Wadi Seidna school (SAD.86/7/141-150)
SAD.86/8/1-188
1941 Feb 4-Nov 20
Personal letters from Wood to his family, mostly written from Khartoum describing his daily routine, work and social life, including his work in charge of the Cadet Corps, and the pressures of the Cypher Office, a bombing raid on Suakin, and a boat trip to view the coral reef in the Red Sea (SAD.86/8/1-24); description of a trip to South Africa and Kenya (SAD.86/8/45-50,69-92,104-119,124-139,160-169); and a cadet camp in Sabaloka (SAD.86/8/152-157,170-179)
SAD.86/9/1-189
1942 Feb 6-1945 Dec 13
Personal letters from Wood to his family, mostly written from Khartoum describing his daily routine, work and social life, including his posting to El Obeid and Dilling to drill Sudanese soldiers as part of his S.D.F. work (SAD.86/9/19-23,25-37); his work in leading the Cadet Corps (SAD.86/9/43-46); his work for the Mediterranean Expeditionary Force as part of the S.D.F. (SAD.86/9/65-72); plans for the restructuring and reorganisation of Gordon College (SAD.86/9/156); criticism of his new Egyptian assistant, and plans for the restructuring and reorganisation of Gordon College (SAD.86/9/157-162); the restrained VE day celebrations in Khartoum (SAD.86/9/165-166); description of a temporary role working as an educational advisor for the S.D.F. in Eritrea (SAD.86/9/177-179); and his attendance at a St. Andrew's Day dinner, and appointment as Councillor on the Gordon College Council (SAD.85/9/188)
SAD.87/1/1-102
1946 Jan 18-1949 Dec 25
Personal letters from Wood to his family, mostly written from Khartoum, describing his daily routine, work and social life, including the political views of some of the Egyptian staff at Gordon College (SAD.87/1/3-4); political unrest over the future of Sudan amongst the students in Gordon College (SAD.87/1/5,26,45); his appointment as Dean of the School of Science (SAD.87/1/10); the arrival of L.C. Wilcher as the new Principal of Gordon College (SAD.87/1/34); telegram announcing his marriage to Kathleen Challis (SAD.87/1/44); his opinion of Wilcher's incompetence (SAD.87/1/74); a holiday in Port Sudan (SAD.87/1/91-94); his attendance at the Legislative Assembly for the debate on educational expansion (SAD.87/1/98-100)
SAD.87/2/1-103
1950 Jan 19-1951 Dec 28
Personal letters from Wood to his family, mostly written from Khartoum, describing his daily routine, work and social life, including the effects of flooding on the railway system (SAD.87/2/24-25,35-42); political unrest amongst the students at El Obeid Secondary School (SAD.87/2/50); strikes in Khartoum (SAD.87/2/53-54); the epidemic of cerebo-spinal meningitis in the Sudan (SAD.87/2/66); the lack of support for union with Egypt amongst the Sudanese (SAD.87/2/83); political demonstrations by students at Gordon College (SAD.87/2/34-90); the increase in the number of foreign journalists in Khartoum (SAD.87/2/91); his attitude towards the British in the Sudan (SAD.87/2/92); and the possibility of a plebiscite over union with Egypt (SAD.87/2/94-97).
SAD.87/3/1-83
1952 Jan 4-1957 Apr 17
Personal letters from Wood to his family, mostly written from Khartoum, describing his daily routine, work and social life, including a memorial service for King George VI in the Palace gardens (SAD.87/3/9); the total eclipse of the sun (SAD.87/3/11); his opinion of J.R.S. Duncan and his work, a student demonstration on the appointment of General Najib as Prime Minister of Sudan (SAD.87/3/42); the perception of the Sudan in the British media (SAD.87/3/56); his attendance at a party to celebrate the signing of the Anglo-Egyptian Treaty at Sayyid `Abd al-Raman's palace, and the unpopularity of Sir Robert Howe as Governor-General (SAD.87/3/57-70); the celebrations for the 50th anniversary of the opening of Gordon College, and tensions between British and Sudanese staff over the formation of a British Association for staff (SAD.87/3/83); the results of the Sudanese elections (SAD.87/3/86); the new government in the Sudan (SAD.87/3/88-89); the effect of Sudanisation (SAD.87/3/112-116); a political demonstration by the students of Gordon College (SAD.87/3/117-119)
(b) Letters from Kathleen Wood (neé Challis) to George Wood
SAD.87/4/1-109
1948 Jan 2-27
Personal letters to Wood from his wife Kathleen, written from the Girls' Intermediate School, El Obeid regarding her feelings for Wood, her daily routine, etc., but also including the lack of discipline amongst her Sudanese students at the Girls' Intermediate School (SAD.87/4/11-13,45-46); organising the syllabi (SAD.84/4/73-74); the relationship between the British and the Sudanese (SAD.84/4/75-80); and her dislike of El Obeid (SAD.87/4/91-96)
SAD.87/5/1-65
1948 Feb 7-29
Personal letters to Wood from his wife Kathleen, written from the Girls' Intermediate School, El Obeid, regarding family news, the daily routine at the school, etc., but also including a visit by Lady Huddleston to the school and discussions with the Governor-General on girls' education (SAD.87/5/23-26)
SAD.87/6/1-104
1948 Mar 14-Sep 28
Personal letters to Wood from his wife Kathleen, written from the Girls' Intermediate School, El Obeid, regarding family news, the daily routine at the school, etc., but also including the delay in the building improvements to El Obeid School (SAD.87/6/55-57); refusing a position at the Clergy House School (SAD.87/6/82-85); and her dislike of J.L. Wilcher, Principal of Gordon College (SAD.87/6/86)
SAD.87/7/1-62
1948 Oct 1-Dec 12
Personal letters to Wood from his wife Kathleen, mostly written from the Girls' Intermediate School, El Obeid, regarding family news, the daily routine at the school, etc., but also including her difficulty in compiling the school budget figures (SAD.87/7/15-16); the poor quality of education in El Obeid School (SAD.87/7/17-21); and her letter to I.M. Beasley, Controller of Girls' Education, on the poor state of the school in general (SAD.87/7/50-53)
SAD.87/8/1-138
1949 Jan 10-Nov 14
Personal letters to Wood from his wife Kathleen, mostly written from the Girls' Intermediate School, El Obeid, regarding family news, the daily routine at the school, etc., but also including the anti-British opinions of the girls at Omdurman Girls' Intermediate School (SAD.87/8/12-16); and the progress of the building of a new boarding house (SAD.87/8/56-58)
SAD.88/1/1-118
1950 Apr 21-Aug 16
Personal letters to Wood from his wife Kathleen, mostly written in London regarding family news, and her daily routine, but also including a description of a meeting at the Sudan Cultural Centre (SAD.88/1/14)
SAD.88/2/1-57
1951 Jul 3-1957 Sep 10
Personal letters to Wood from his wife Kathleen, mostly written in London, regarding family news, her daily routine, but also including her criticisms of the Bishop's sermons in the cathedral (SAD.88/2/11-12); and a description of her tour of the government girls' school at Juba (SAD.88/2/55-57)
SAD.88/3/1-84
1958 Feb 24-1966 Jul 13
Letters to George from Kathleen, mostly written from England, regarding family news and her daily routine, but also including George's departure from the Sudan (SAD.88/3/1); the results of the Sudanese elections (SAD.88/3/8); and the appointment of Nasir al-Haj `Ali as Vice-Chancellor of Khartoum University (SAD.88/3/16)
(c) Other personal correspondence and papers
SAD.88/4/1-62
1941 Jan 6-1963 Jun 23
Letters from Alice Wood to her brother, George, mostly personal and family news and describing her daily routine in England, particular during the Second World War
SAD.88/4/63-74
1941 Apr 20-1957 Jul 4
Letters from Mrs J. Wood to her son, George, mostly personal and family news and describing her daily routine in England
SAD.88/4/75-112
1941 Apr 21-1953 Oct 18
Letters from Joseph Wood to his son, George, mostly personal and family news and describing her daily routine in England
SAD.88/5/1-76
1955-1973
Papers relating to the Sudan Government British Pensioner's Association, mostly correspondence, minutes of meetings and appeals
SAD.88/5/77-85
1958-1961 Apr 10
Personal letters to George, mostly from former Sudanese students
SAD.88/5/86-91
[1960s?]
Draft account by Wood of his work in the Sudan Defence Force during the Second World War, entitled “Time of my life”
3. Photographic Material
(a) Photograph Albums
SAD.963/7/1-53
[1939-1945]
Album of photographs, including:
SAD.963/7/1
[1939-1945]
Wood with friends Sylvia Collins and Hilary. sitting in deckchairs
SAD.963/7/2
[1939-1945]
John Leach
SAD.963/7/3-5
[1939-1945]
Sylvia Collins and friends on a ship
SAD.963/7/6
[1939-1945]
Wood's friend David, standing in front of a railway carriage
SAD.963/7/7-8
[1939-1945]
Tubby and Sylvia Collins
SAD.963/7/9,14
[1939-1945]
Friends of Wood in the Ngong Hills, Kenya
SAD.963/7/10,12-13,15-16
[1939-1945]
Giraffe in the Ngong Hills, Kenya
SAD.963/7/11
[1939-1945]
Wood viewing game through binoculars, Ngong Hills, Kenya
SAD.963/7/17-18
[1939-1945]
Jebel Aulia Dam, including view of the bridge in open position
SAD.963/7/19
[1939-1945]
The river steamer SW Gedid on the White Nile
SAD.963/7/20
[1939-1945]
Local people waiting for the steamer at Abu Zeid on the White Nile
SAD.963/7/21-22
[1939-1945]
Animals watering on the riverbank at Abu Zeid
SAD.963/7/23
[1939-1945]
Sudanese women at Bor on the White Nile
SAD.963/7/24
[1939-1945]
Sudanese boy at Bor, White Nile
SAD.963/7/24
[1939-1945]
Men at Kerakeka, one smoking a pipe
SAD.963/7/25
[1939-1945]
Steamer at Terakeka
SAD.963/7/26
[1939-1945]
Village in the sudd
SAD.963/7/27-28
[1939-1945]
Local people at a wood station near Terakeka
SAD.963/7/29
[1939-1945]
Crowd of Sudanese waiting for the steamer at Mongalla
SAD.963/7/30
[1939-1945]
Malek Church Missionary Society station
SAD.963/7/31
[1939-1945]
Sudanese children standing outside a tukl at Terakeka
SAD.963/7/32
[1939-1945]
Tukls at Terakeka
SAD.963/7/33
[1939-1945]
Tukls at Bor
SAD.963/7/34-36
[1939-1945]
Herd of elephants at Bor, White Nile
SAD.963/7/37
[1939-1945]
Science class at Bakht er Ruda
SAD.963/7/38
[1939-1945]
Village, Nuba Mountains
SAD.963/7/39
[1939-1945]
Rocks in the Nuba Mountains
SAD.963/7/40-41
[1939-1945]
Children in the Nuba Mountains
SAD.963/7/42
[1942]
S.D.F. soldiers in action, North Africa
SAD.963/7/43
[1942]
Armoured vehicle with S.D.F. soldiers, North Africa
SAD.963/7/44-45
[1942]
S.D.F. Engineers demolishing bridges at Leptis Magna and Corradini, Tripolitania
SAD.963/7/46-48
[1942]
S.D.F. Engineers working on bridge construction, Tripolitania
SAD.963/7/49-51
[1939-1945]
Roman remains at Leptis Magna, Tripolitania
SAD.963/7/52
[1939-1958]
Roman ruins at Cyrene
SAD.963/7/53
[ca. 1944]
The “Marble Arch”, a monument built by Mussolini in 1942 to mark the border between Cyrenaica and Tripolitania
(b) Loose Photographs
SAD.389/1/1-28
[1939-1958]
Photographs of George Wood and his friends and colleagues, including:
SAD.389/1/1
1947 May
Kathleen Wood with donkey laden with waterbags, Geteina
SAD.389/1/2
1948 Sep
Photograph attached to Christmas card of Faith Heath and child
SAD.389/1/3
1950 Sep
Photograph attached to Christmas card of Faith Heath's children
SAD.389/1/4-5
[1939-1958]
George Wood
SAD.389/1/6
[1939-1958]
Wood and his Sudanese gardener, `Abd al-Rahman
SAD.389/1/7
[1939-1958]
Wood's Sudanese gardener, `Abd al-Rahman
SAD.389/1/8
[1939-1958]
Wood with his Sudanese gardener, [Sidchik]
SAD.389/1/9
[1939-1958]
Wood walking on street near riverbank, Khartoum
SAD.389/1/10-11
[1939-1958]
Wood on board a motor launch with Sudanese and British officials
SAD.389/1/12
[1939-1958]
Wood in conversation with another British official, possibly at a suq
SAD.389/1/13
[1939-1958]
University of Khartoum staff, including George Wood (seated, fourth from right)
SAD.389/1/14
[1939-1958]
University of Khartoum staff, including Peter Holt (seated far left) and Wood (seated, second from left)
SAD.389/1/15-18
[1939-1958]
Kathleen Wood
SAD.389/1/19
[1939-1958]
British officials in conversation on board a river launch, including Kathleen Wood (seated, left)
SAD.389/1/20
[1939-1958]
Small child [probably of British official]
SAD.389/1/21
[1939-1958]
Group in garden in England, probably family members
SAD.389/1/22-23
[1939-1958]
Female friends of the Woods
SAD.389/1/24
[1939-1958]
Child on back of clipped donkey
SAD.389/1/25-26
1947
George and Kathleen Wood's motor car
SAD.389/1/27
[1939-1958]
View of George and Kathleen Wood's garden
SAD.389/1/28
1947
View of George and Kathleen Wood's verandah at Omdurman
SAD.389/2/1-8
[1942]
Photographs of S.D.F. work in the Sudan, including:
SAD.389/2/1-3
[1942]
[George Wood?] in S.D.F. uniform playing with Sudanese children, probably Dilling
SAD.389/2/4
[1942]
[George Wood?] and British official walking with Sudanese people, probably Dilling
SAD.389/2/5
[1942]
Nuba children, probably Dilling
SAD.389/2/6
[1942]
Landscape, Nuba Mountains
SAD.389/2/7
[1942]
Sudanese soldiers at rifle practice
SAD.389/2/8
[1942]
Two British officers in conversation
SAD.389/4/7-14
[1940s-1950s]
Photographs of buildings in northern Sudan, including:
SAD.389/4/7
1947 Apr
Hotel at Wadi Halfa
SAD.389/4/8
1947 Apr
Garden of the hotel at Wadi Halfa
SAD.389/4/9
[1940s-1950s]
Sudan hotel, Khartoum (Karakashian Bros)
SAD.389/4/10
[1940s-1950s]
Kitchener School of Medicine, Khartoum (National Guidance Office)
SAD.389/4/11
[1940s-1950s]
Mahdi's tomb, Omdurman
SAD.389/4/12
[1940s-1950s]
Bridge at Khartoum (Karakashian Bros.)
SAD.389/4/13
[1940s-1950s]
Newly constructed houses
SAD.389/4/14
[ca. 1951]
Car parked by tram line
SAD.389/4/15-17
[1940s-1950s]
Nile views, northern Sudan
SAD.389/4/18-19
[1952]
Photographs of the eclipse of the sun
SAD.389/5/1-5
[1940s-1950s]
Photographs of birds and animals at Khartoum Zoo
SAD.389/5/6

Photograph of Wood's pet parrot “Chota”
SAD.389/6/1-21
[1950s]
Photographs of ceremonies and social gatherings at Khartoum University College, including:
SAD.389/6/1-2
1954 Oct
Ismail al-Azhari, Prime Minister of the Sudan, delivering a speech on Graduation Day at the University College of Khartoum
SAD.389/6/3
1954 Oct
Ibrahim Ahmad, Vice-Chancellor of the University College of Khartoum (left), handing out degrees at the Graduation Day ceremony
SAD.389/6/4
1954 Oct
Ismail al-Azhari and George Wood at a Graduation Day ceremony at the University College of Khartoum
SAD.389/6/5
1954 Oct
Graduation Day ceremony at the University College of Khartoum, including smail al-Azhari (far left) and George Wood (far right)
SAD.389/6/6-14
[1950s]
Speakers and audience at a seminar or conference at the University College of Khartoum
SAD.389/6/15-18
[1950s]
Guests at an evening reception, probably at the University College of Khartoum (x4)
SAD.389/6/19
[1950s]
Sudanese teacher, delivering a lecture to students
SAD.389/6/20-21
[1950s]
Group of Sudanese guests in a garden, possibly at Khartoum University College
SAD.389/6/22
[1957?]
Reception given by the Ambassador for the Republic of the Sudan and Madame Satti at the Sudanese Embassy in London for the Speaker of the Senate and other important Sudanese visitors, including (from l-r) George Wood, Madame Satti, Susu Satti, Afaf Satti, Kathleen Wood and Zakia Satti
SAD.389/6/23-24
[1940s-1950s]
Photographs of a race meeting, probably in Khartoum
SAD.389/6/25-28
[1950s]
British guests at a dinner dance, probably Khartoum, including George and Kathleen Wood
SAD.389/3/1-13
[1940s]
Photographs and postcards of Eritrea, including street views of Asmara
SAD.389/3/14-16
[1940s]
Harbour views, probably Port Said
SAD.389/4/1-6
[1940s]
Views of a site of antiquities from the deck of a steamer, probably Philae
(c) Negatives
SAD.389/7
[1939-1958]
File of photographic negatives, mostly duplicates of loose photographs described in previous section
(d) Slides
SAD.955/8/2-14
[1939-1958]
Slides, mostly duplicates of loose photographs previously described
SAD.89/3/17-24
[1939-1958]
Notes by Wood for a presentation on the above slides
SAD.955/9/1-20; 955/10/1-3
1956
Slides, mostly of holidays in Greece and Egypt, although some relate to the evacuation ceremony of the British from the Sudan.
SAD.955/10/4-11
1956
Slides of the evacuation of British troops from the Sudan
(e) Cinefilms
SAD.88/6
[1939-1958]
8mm cinefilm taken by Wood, probably during his service in the Sudan
(8mm, colour, 50ft)
Index terms
Cinefilms
SAD.88/7
[1939-1958]
8mm cinefilm taken by Wood, probably during his service in the Sudan.
(8mm, colour, 50ft)
Index terms
Cinefilms
SAD.88/8
[1939-1958]
8mm cinefilm taken by Wood, probably during his service in the Sudan.
(8mm, colour, 50ft)
Index terms
Cinefilms
SADF.88/9
[1939-1958]
8mm cinefilm taken by Wood, probably during his service in the Sudan.
(8mm, colour, 50ft)
Index terms
Cinefilms
4. Newspaper Cuttings
SAD.89/1/1-36
1944-1963
Cuttings from a variety of newspapers on a range of subjects: the [ Sudan Herald] on the British occupation of Italy during the Second World War (SAD.89/1/1); The Illustrated London News on the first election in Sudan (SAD.89/1/2-3); Manchester Guardian and Economist on Egypt's claim to the Sudan (SAD.89/1/4,7-8,21-23,27,30); Sudan Herald concerning the British Communist Party's plan to control education in Britain (SAD.89/1/5); [The Times?] on the economic prospects for the Sudan (SAD.89/1/6,10); Manchester Guardian concerning the development of the first comprehensive school in Britain (SAD.89/1/11); Manchester Guardian on a new technique in the study of crystals (SAD.89/1/13); Observer on the appointment of Lord Reith as chairman of the Colonial Development Corporation (SAD.89/1/15); Manchester Guardian regarding the new constitution of Sudan (SAD.89/1/25); Radio Times on the history of British involvement in the Sudan (SAD.89/1/26); the total eclipse of the sun (SAD.89/1/28-29); The Morning News on the appointment of Sayyid Nasir al-Haj `Ali as Vice-Chancellor of the University of Khartoum, and other University news (SAD.89/1/33); The Times on the “Dancing beggar girls” in South Arabia (SAD.89/1/34); The Times concerning Iraq (SAD.89/1/35)
5. Miscellanea
SAD.89/3/1-6
1938
Offprint of R.M. Wilson, “Oblique photographs and the photoalidade”, in Photogrammetric Engineering (Apr-Jun 1938)
SAD.89/3/7-8
1933-1949
Two passports belonging to Wood, one with photograph
SAD.89/4/9-13
1949
International vaccination certificate for Wood
SAD.89/5/15-16
1960 May 14
Order of service for the unveliing of the Gordon statue at the Gordon Boys' School