Martin, G. H.
Introduction
George Herbert Martin
Arrangement

Catalogue
1. Official Papers
(a) Sudan Northern Archdeaconry Council/Rural Deanery Council
(b) Khartoum Parochial Church Council
(c) Financial Sub-Committee of the Synod
(d) Chaplains' Sustentation Fund
(e) Diocesan School for British Children
(f) Khartoum Rotary Club
(g) Church Saloon
(h) General Official Papers
(i) Religious Pamphlets
2. Personal Papers
3. Articles (drafts)
4. Photographic Material
(a) Photograph Albums
(b) Loose Photographs
5. Newspaper Cuttings
6. Miscellanea
7. Printed material
Reference code: GB-0033-SAD
Title: Martin, G. H.
Dates of creation: 1898-1987
Extent: 9 boxes
Held by: Durham University Library, Archives and Special Collections
Created by: G. H. Martin
Language: English

George Herbert Martin

([1901-1974)

1928-1933C.M.S. Missionary Teacher, Nugent School, Loka
1931-1933Principal, C.M.S. Nugent School, Loka
1934-1935Chaplain to Bishop in Jerusalem
1935-1939Vice-Principal, Bishop Gobat School, Jerusalem
1939-1946Chaplain of the Royal Air Force Volunteer Reserve
1946-1966Provost of All Saints' Cathedral, Khartoum
1951-1966Archdeacon of the Northern Sudan


Arrangement

The arrangement of the official papers has been subdivided to reflect different aspects of Martin's role as Provost of Khartoum/Archdeacon of the Sudan, with a 'General Official Papers' section covering more general correspondence.
1. Official Papers
(a) Sudan Northern Archdeaconry Council/Rural Deanery Council
(b) Khartoum Parochial Church Council
(c) Financial Sub-Committee of the Synod
(d) Chaplains' Sustentation Fund
(e) Diocesan School for British Children
(f) Khartoum Rotary Club
(g) Church Saloon
(h) General Official Papers
(i) Religious Pamphlets
2. Personal Papers
3. Articles (drafts)
4. Photographic Material
(a) Photograph Albums
(b) Loose Photographs
5. Newspaper Cuttings
6. Miscellanea
7. Printed Material

Accession details

Earlier donation by H.C. Jackson, 1959. Later donations by Dr S. R. & Mrs. A. M. Brooks, 1992 & 1993. These gifts also contained the papers of Bishop L. H. Gwynne which are now catalogued separately.

Catalogue
1. Official Papers
(a) Sudan Northern Archdeaconry Council/Rural Deanery Council
SAD.39/8/1-47
1957 Feb 12-1959 May 4
Official papers relating to Martin's role on the Sudan Northern Archdeaconry Council, chiefly minutes of meetings and account statements, and including a report to the Council on Katcha Church (SAD.39/8/34-38)
SAD.39/9/1-132
1960 Mar 11-1966 Feb 22
Official papers relating to Martin's role on the Rural Deanery Council, chiefly minutes of meetings, account statements, and some correspondence mostly relating to financial reports from churches and internal council matters, including a note on the actios taken by the Presbytery of the Sudan in response to the recommendations of a conference on the subject of migrants in the Sudan (SAD.39/9/22-23)
(b) Khartoum Parochial Church Council
SAD.43/1/1-122
1946 Feb 2-1949 Dec 31
Official papers relating to Martin's role on the Khartoum Parochial Church Council, chiefly minutes of Church Council meetings, account statements, and some correspondence mostly relating to internal council matters
SAD.43/2/1-121
1950 Jan 9-1951 Dec 31
Official papers relating to Martin's role on the Khartoum Parochial Church Council, chiefly minutes of meetings of the Khartoum Parochial Church Council and Khartoum Cathedral Congregation, account statements, and some correspondence mostly relating to internal council matters
SAD.43/3/1-86
1952 Jan 23-1953 Dec 31
Official papers relating to Martin's role on the Khartoum Parochial Church Council, chiefly minutes of meetings of the Khartoum Parochial Church Council and Khartoum Cathedral Congregation, account statements, and some correspondence mostly relating to internal council matters
SAD.43/4/1-94
1954 Jan 7-1957 Mar 25
Official papers relating to Martin's role on the Khartoum Parochial Church Council, chiefly minutes of meetings of the Khartoum Parochial Church Council and Khartoum Cathedral Congregation, account statements, and some correspondence mostly relating to internal council matters, as well as an address by Martin on poor attendance at the Khartoum Congregation meetings (SAD.43/4/8-9)
SAD.43/5/1-61
1958 Apr 9-1965 May 2
Official papers relating to Martin's role on the Khartoum Parochial Church Council, chiefly minutes of meetings of the Khartoum Parochial Church Council and Khartoum Cathedral Congregation, account statements, and some correspondence mostly relating to internal council matters
(c) Financial Sub-Committee of the Synod
SAD.43/6/1-181
1960 Jan 8-1963 Dec 31
Official papers relating to Martin's role on the Finance Sub-Committee of the Synod, chiefly minutes of meetings, account statements and reports, and some correspondence mostly relating to financial transactions and internal committee matters, as well as correspondence between Martin and O.C. Allison, Bishop in the Sudan, A.B.H. Riley, Archdeacon of the Episcopal Church in the Sudan and G.D. Bennett concerning a dispute over the Nzara Church accounts (SAD.43/6/28-38,43-49); note on a Five Year Plan for the Southern Archdeaconry (SAD.43/6/50); and a memorandum on finances in the Diocese of Sudan(SAD.43/6/88-89)
SAD.43/7/1-109
1964 Jan 11-1966 Jan 17
Official papers relating to Martin's role on the Finance Sub-Committee of the Synod, chiefly minutes of meetings, account statements and reports, and some correspondence mostly relating to financial transactions and internal committee matters
(d) Chaplains' Sustentation Fund
SAD.43/8/1-164
1950 Jan-1957 Dec
Official papers relating to Martin's role on the Chaplains' Sustentation Fund, chiefly minutes of meetings, account statements and reports, and some correspondence mostly relating to the management of the fund, as well as a letter from R.W. Lee to Martin on the stipends of the clergy (SAD.43/8/5); and a note explaining the purpose of the Chaplains' Sustentation Fund (SAD.43/8/8)File cannot be produced for preservation reasons
SAD.43/9/1-161
1958 Jan 24-1966 Jan 10
Official papers relating to Martin's role on the Chaplains' Sustentation Fund, chiefly minutes of meetings, account statements and reports, and some correspondence mostly relating to the management of the fund
(e) Diocesan School for British Children
SAD.44/1/1-85
1948 Jul 14-1949 Dec 31
Official papers relating to the Diocesan School for British Children, chiefly minutes of meetings, account statements and correspondence mostly concerning personnel matters and the general administration of the School, including a letter from Bishop A.M. Gelsthorpe, Chairman of the Sub-Committee, to the parents of schoolchildrenon the impact on the Diocesan School of the opening of a new preparatory class at the Unity High School (SAD.44/1/27-30,39-40)
SAD.44/2/1-92
1950 Jan 4-1954 Dec 6
Official papers relating to the Diocesan School for British Children, chiefly minutes of meetings, account statements and correspondence, mostly concerning personnel matters and the general administration of the School, and including a notice by E.J.N. Wallis, Governor for Khartoum Province concerning directions for the closure of schools and other arrangements following an outbreak of spinal meningitis (SAD.44/2/14-15); and annual reports on the progress of the Diocesan School (SAD.44/2/69,82)
SAD.44/3/1-116
1955 Jan 17-1961 Dec 31
Official papers relating to the Diocesan School for British Children, chiefly minutes of meetings, account statements and correspondence, mostly concerning personnel matters and the general administration of the school
SAD.44/4/1-113
1962 Mar 28-1965 Dec
Official papers relating to the Diocesan School for British Children, chiefly minutes of meetings, account statements and correspondence, mostly concerning personnel matters and the general administration of the school, including a letter from R.G. Gibson to [Martin?] concerning the construction of two schools to alleviate the growing problem of pupil numbers (SAD.44/4/73)
(f) Khartoum Rotary Club
SAD.44/5/1-74
1948 Dec 9-1955 Oct 25
Official papers relating to Martin's role in the Khartoum Rotary Club, chiefly minutes of meetings, account statements, and some correspondence mostly relating to internal club matters
SAD.44/6/1-103
1956 Jun 30-1958 Feb 15
Official papers relating to Martin's role in the Khartoum Rotary Club, chiefly minutes of meetings, account statements, and some correspondence mostly relating to internal club matters
SAD.44/7/1-74
1958 Mar 13-1965 Oct 7
Official papers relating to Martin's role in the Khartoum Rotary Club, chiefly minutes of meetings, account statements, and some correspondence mostly on internal club matters
(g) Church Saloon
SAD.44/8/1-29
1929 Feb 7-1966 Feb 26
Register of services performed in the Church Saloon, a railway carriage converted into a travelling chapel. The register includes the place, date, type of service, officiating minister, number present, number of communicants, collection received and additional remarks.
SAD.45/1/1-92
1929 Feb 28-1937 May 4
Official papers relating to the management of the Church Saloon, chiefly correspondence on its maintenance, with some receipts
SAD.45/2/1-100
1938 Jan 6-1955 Apr 19
Official papers relating to the management of the Church Saloon, chiefly correspondence on its maintenance, receipts, and lists of passengers, as well as draft articles on its history
(h) General Official Papers
SAD.45/3/1-22
[1928-1939]
Notebook containing Martin's notes on the teaching of history in schools
SAD.45/4/1-116
1937 Aug 28-1946 Dec 30
Official papers chiefly relating to Martin's time as Provost of Khartoum Cathedral, mostly notes and correspondence relating to the management of the diocese, particularly staff matters, as well as Rev. B.J. Harper to Major-General H.E. Franklyn, Commanding Troops in the Sudan, with reply, concerning a proposal to hold race meetings on Sundays (SAD.45/4/6-7); Bishop Gelsthorpe to Bishop Allison on the appointment of chaplains in Wad Medani and Port Sudan and the construction of Juba Cathedral (SAD.45/4/8-11); Gelsthorpe and Rev. Harper to Martin, concerning Martin's appointment as Provost of Khartoum (SAD.45/4/16-18,20-23,25-29); minutes of a meeting of the Chapter of Khartoum Cathedral (SAD.45/4/36-37); typescript copy of Martin's Oath of Canonical Obedience (SAD.45/4/38); diagram showing the organisation of the Khartoum Cathedral Unity Centre and the various religious groups within its jurisdiction (SAD.45/4/39); minute of the Executive Committee of the Church Missionary Society concerning Martin's resignation from the Society (SAD.45/4/46); and Gelsthorpe to Martin on the progress of missionary work in Southern Sudan (SAD.45/4/49)
SAD.45/5/1-102
1940 Jan-1944 Aug 13
Register of services delivered by Martin as chaplain to the Royal Air Force during the Second World War
SAD.45/6/1-26
1944 Aug 18-1945 Sep 3
Register of services delivered by Martin as chaplain to the Royal Air Force during the Second World War
SAD.45/7/1-93
1947 Jan 1-Nov 28
Official papers from Martin's time as Provost of Khartoum Cathedral, mostly notes and correspondence relating to the management of the diocese, particularly staff matters, as well as R. Ward concerning the difficulties of building a missionary school during the rainy season in Yambio (SAD.45/7/15); Gelsthorpe to [Chris?] on the policy of isolation towards Southern Sudan and the relative success of the Northern Sudan mission in comparison with the lack of progress of missionary work in the Southern Sudan (SAD.45/7/20-21); note by Gelsthorpe on work on the Church at Wad Medani (SAD.45/7/27); Gelsthorpe to [Paul?] regarding the possibility of separate Northern and Southern Sudan Dioceses (SAD.45/7/28-30); Gelsthorpe to the Archbishop of Canterbury, G.F. Fisher, concerning the urgent need for support to establish the Church in Southern Sudan prior to Sudanisation (SAD.45/7/42-44); and minutes of a meeting with related memorandum on the employment of teachers for Mundri Teacher Training College (SAD.45/7/68-74)
SAD.45/8/1-110
1948 Jan 3-Dec 18
Official papers from Martin's time as Provost of Khartoum, mostly notes and correspondence relating to the management of the diocese, particularly staff matters, as well as an appeal with list of donations, for the Khartoum Cathedral War Memorial (SAD.45/8/73-75); and a report on the progress of Christ Church in Port Sudan (SAD.45/8/109-110)
SAD.45/9/1-111
1949 Jan 1-Dec 31
Official papers from Martin's time as Provost of Khartoum, mostly notes and correspondence relating to the management of the diocese, particularly staff matters, as well as a list of members of the Northern Sudan Anglican Church Council (SAD.45/9/1-3); printed circular letter from Bishop Allison to all Christians in the Southern Sudan (SAD.45/9/51); Gelsthorpe to Gwynne on the implementation of a constitution for Khartoum Cathedral and plans for a new diocese in Abyssinia (SAD.45/9/59-65); draft notes [by Martin?] on Sunday observance (SAD.45/9/75-78); Gelsthorpe to Rev. H. D. Hooper on the political unification of North and South Sudan and its implications for Christianity in the country (SAD.45/9/88-91); and a printed note by Gelsthorpe on the formation of a Diocesan Synod (SAD.45/9/105-106)
SAD.45/10/1-76
1950 Jan 8-Oct 25
Official papers from Martin's time as Provost of Khartoum, mostly notes and correspondence relating to the management of the diocese, particularly staff matters, as well as W.W. Cash, Bishop of Worcester, to Gelsthorpe concerning the draft constitution to unite the Sudan Diocese (SAD.45/10/36); Gelsthorpe to Martin, enclosing his letter to [Max], concerning the possible disintegration of the Northern Sudan mission (SAD.45/10/47-55); Gelsthorpe to A.L. Chick, the Financial Secretary, requesting an increase in the grant given by the Sudan Government to the Chaplains' Sustentation Fund (SAD.45/10/26); Gelsthorpe to Martin concerning the use of Durham University to train C.M.S. missionaries (SAD.45/10/57-59); Gelsthorpe to L.C. Wilcher concerning the building of Protestant and Catholic chapels for Gordon College (SAD.45/10/70); [Gelsthorpe] to Mrs Chick re the importance of the Triennial Bazaar in providing funding for C.M.S. missionaries and the building of Church institutions in Southern Sudan (SAD.45/10/71)
SAD.46/1//1-95
1951 Jan 5-1953 Dec 21
Official papers from Martin's time as Provost of Khartoum and Archdeacon of Sudan, mostly notes and correspondence relating to the management of the diocese, particularly staff matters, as well as Gelsthorpe to Cash concerning American missionaries in the Sudan (SAD.46/1/13-14); constitution and statutes for the Unity High School for Boys in Wad Medani (SAD.46/1/37-41); staff instructions for the memorial service for King George VI (SAD.46/1/45-47); and [Canon Harper?] to Lord Clifford, Bishop of Liverpool, concerning the Bishop's visit to the Sudan (SAD.46/1/50-51)
SAD.46/2/1-96
1954 Jan-1966 Feb 9
Official papers from Martin's time as Provost of Khartoum and Archdeacon of Sudan, mostly notes and correspondence relating to the management of the diocese, as well as a circular letter from the Egypt and Sudan Church Association concerning the Bishop Gwynne Memorial Fund (SAD.46/2/22-25); letters between [Martin] and F.J. Schmidt concerning an agreement between the Church Mission to the Jews and German and Swiss missionaries in Ethiopia (SAD.46/2/28-32); “New agreement between Church Missions to Jews, London, and the Swiss and German Committees of the Falasha Mission in Ethiopia”, with covering letter from F.J. Schmidt to Rev. W.A. Curtis (SAD.46/2/31-33); suggestions for transitional arrangements in the agreement between the Church Missions to Jews and the Swiss and German Committees, with covering letter from D. & W. Sidler to Martin (SAD.46/2/34-36); revised agreement between the Church Missions to Jews and the Swiss and German Committees of the Falasha Mission (SAD.46/2/40-41); minutes of the first conference of Church Mission to Jews in Ethiopia (SAD.46/2/46-47); letters between Maria [Hulzgreve?], W.A. Curtis, E.F. Yorke, O. Allison and W. Sidler regarding tensions between the English, German and Swiss missionaries in Ethiopia (SAD.46/2/49-50,56,59-64,68-71); letter from missionaries of the Church Mission to Jews to all the mission committees on the decision to divide the work in Ethiopia, with covering letter from W. Sidler to Martin (SAD.46/2/51-54); note entitled “Some revised notes and regulations for the Church in the Diocese of the Sudan'” (SAD.46/2/65-66); and note on the area and administration of the Sudan Diocese (SAD.46/2/67)
SAD/PF.26/6/6-7
1965
Architectural plans for a proposed conversion to the ground and first floors of the Clergy House in Khartoum, drawn by Eygelaar & Zagorianos Architects, Khartoum
(i) Religious Pamphlets
SAD.46/3/1-143
[1930s-1970s]
Printed and typescript orders of service (including for a service of commemoration and thanksgiving for victory in the Battle of Britain, 1940; dedication of the Giffen memorial tablet, service of unity, service for the District Grand Lodge of Egypt and the Sudan and memorial service for Ellen Kathleen Ward Maxwell), sermons and religious pamphlets (including the Cathedral Church of All Saints', Cairo, Scheme for administration and maintenance of the cathedral buildings, 1938; Christian stewardship: All Saints' Cathedral Khartoum
SAD.46/4/1-170
1933-1952
Printed and typescript orders of service (including for the Gordon memorial service, 1933 and 1951, laying of the foundation stone for the church of St Philip the Deacon, Atbara, 1933 and its consecration in 1938, armistice day, 1938, the enthronement of Bishop Gelsthorpe, 1945, installation of the Provost of Khartoum Cathedral, 1946, marriage of Bishop Gelsthorpe and Elfrida Whidborne, 1949, memorial service for Sir Hubert Huddleston, 1950, laying of the foundation stone of the cathedral hall of All Saints', Khartoum, 1951, memorial service for George VI, 1952, withdrawal of the British administration and garrison from Eritrea, 1952), sermons (including Rev Canon F.R. Barry on the 50th anniversary of Gordon's death) and religious pamphlets Including Prayers in time of war, Fellowship of retired missionaries: thirty-first report, 1949, Triennial bazaar and garden fete to be held in the Palace gardens, 1950
SAD.46/5/1-139
1953-1956
Printed and typescript orders of service (including the memorial service for Sir Reginald Wingate, 1953, masonic service, 1953, enthronement of Bishop Allison, 1953, marriage of Jean Callen and Edward Wallace, 1953, memorial service for John Stanley Grundy, 1954, dedication of memorial tablet to Sir Hubert Huddleston, 1954, service for the Royal Antediluvian Order of Buffaloes, Blue Nile Lodge, 1954, service on the departure of the British garrison from the Sudan, 1955), sermons and religious pamphlets (including All Saints' Cathedral winter season 1953-1954 diary of events and cathedral services
SAD.46/6/1-149
1957-1974
Printed and typescript orders of service (including dedication of memorial tablet for Hugh Sutherland McGuigan, 1957, memorial services for Bishop Gwynne, 1957-1958, dedication of memorial tablet to R.W. Schultz Weir, 1959, dedication of the organ at Khartoum Cathedral, 1959, memorial service for Julia Phelps Whittinghill, 1959, unveiling of the memorial to British men and women in the Sudan in Westminster Abbey, 1960, memorial service for Dean Abbott Smith, 1960, memorial service for C.E.C.G. Charlton, 1961, memorial service for Henry Francis Bishop and Phyllis Jean Gartenmann, 1963, consecration of Juba Cathedral, 1963, institution of Very Rev Amosa Rakpi Ngama as Provost of Juba Cathedral, 1963), sermons (including at the memorial service for Bishop Gwynne, 1957) and religious pamphlets (including Bible lands: magazine of the Anglican Archbishopric in Jerusalem, 1974)
2. Personal Papers
SAD.46/7/1-83
1929-1941 Sep 28
Personal papers of Martin, including a Romanisation of a Bangala church service (SAD.46/7/3-15); manuscript copies of answers to examination papers on the subjects of hygiene and the Old Testament (SAD.46/7/17-26); and letters from serving missionaries in the Sudan including Reuben A.B.M. `Abdullah, C. Lillingston-Price and his wife, W.L.M. Giff and C.T. Sharland concerning the progress of Nugent School at Loka (SAD.46/7/30-31,36-37,45-48,53-56,62-65,77-79); F.J. Finch re progress at Kajo Kaji (SAD.46/7/32-33); A.G. Hickson with news from Lalyo (SAD.46/7/34); and [Eliza Lukuche?] and Zekaria Kittambara at Loka, writing in Romanised form, possibly of the Bangala language (SAD.46/7/35,38,57,61)
SAD.47/1/1-137
1946 Sep 10-1948 Oct 25
Personal correspondence, including letters from children invited to the Bishop's fancy dress party at the Clergy House, as well as letters to Martin from the Bishop of Uganda, Rev H.D. Hooper, S.A. Morrison, G.S. Symes, Very Rev H.C. Robins, Rev A. Burrell, Rev H. Costley-White, D.M. Sands and E.G. Parry concerning material for Bishop Gwynne's biography (SAD.47/1/1-11,14,18-19,103-105).
SAD.47/2/1-115
1948 Jul 29-1955 Dec 21
Personal correspondence to Martin from the Rev. Canon B.J. Harper, either from his home in Croydon or as Vice-Provost of All Saints' Cathedral in Khartoum. The Khartoum letters make reference to his day-to-day duties as Vice-Provost, chiefly descriptions of meetings attended and services delivered, as well as a description of strikes in Khartoum (SAD.47/2/32-34); conflict with the Roman Catholic church over land in the old cemetery (SAD.47/2/54); the effects of Sudanisation (SAD.47/2/89-93,100-102); the mutiny at Torit (SAD.47/2/106-109); and the formation of the Sudan Church Association Committee (SAD.47/2/113).
SAD.47/3/1-63
1949 Jan 4-1951 Dec 27
Personal correspondence to Martin, mostly of a private nature, including from his son Michael. Enclosure: as well as Martin's (SAD.47/3/6).
SAD.47/3/6
1949 Nov 7
Certificate of registration of G.H. Martin to serve as a minister in the Church of England, under the Non-Mohammedan Marriage Ordinance of 1926
SAD.47/4/1-113
1952 Jan-Dec 20
Personal correspondence of Martin, including from family members, and Bishop L. Gwynne on British control of Egypt under Lord Cromer (SAD.47/4/10-13); and Rev. E. Bickersteth concerning his opinions on candidates to succeed Bishop Gelsthorpe as Bishop of Sudan (SAD.47/4/112)
SAD.47/5/1-67
1953 Jan 6-1975 Jun 20
Personal papers including correspondence from family members and Gelsthorpe to Martin concerning Martin's preface for Bishop Gwynne's biography (SAD.47/5/51). Enclosure:
SAD.47/5/52
1958 Jan 26
Text of sermon delivered at the service of thanksgiving for the life of Bishop Gwynne
SAD.47/6/1-130
1956 Jan 28-1963 Feb 9
Personal letters toMartin from the Rev. Canon B.J. Harper regarding his role in various religious organisations in England, particularly the Sudan Church Association committee and the difficulties of obtaining support (SAD.47/6/1-3,5,11,18,67,78); Archdeacon Johnston's house arrest in Egypt (SAD.47/6/12-13); the death of Bishop Gwynne and the subsequent decision to name Juba Cathedral the Gwynne Memorial Cathedral (SAD.47/6/26), Bishop Gwynne's funeral (SAD.47/6/28), an appeal to organise a memorial in Khartoum Cathedral (SAD.47/6/32-33,37,42,44-45,48-50,53-57), the memorial service in Westminster Abbey (SAD.47/6/34-36) and his will (SAD.47/6/38); the publication of Gwynne's biography Pastor on the Nile (SAD.47/6/73,84); and an appeal to raise funds for Juba Cathedral (SAD.47/6/129-130). Enclosures:
SAD.47/6/21
1957 Mar
Galley proof of article to appear in the Sudan Diocesan Review on the unveiling of a war memorial in the Anglican Church at Addis Ababa
SAD.47/6/117-127
1962 Mar 3
Draft note by H. Rivington reminiscing about Khartoum Cathedral, with covering letters from Rivington to Harper, and Harper to Martin
3. Articles (drafts)
SAD.47/8/3-21
[1930s]
Draft article on the tribes of the southern Sudan, author unknown
4. Photographic Material
(a) Photograph Albums
SAD.40/2/1-380
[1935?]
Album of tourist photographs of Eritrea and Ethiopia, with Italian captions, probably taken during the Second Italo-Abyssinian campaign:
SAD.40/2/1
Panorama view of Adi Ugri
SAD.40/2/2
Monolith at Senafe
SAD.40/2/3
Marshal Emilio De Bono and General Pirzio Birolo (Commander of the Eritrean Corps in the Second Italo-Abyssinian campaign
SAD.40/2/4
Passage of troops through the Suez Canal
SAD.40/2/5
Ruins at Gondar
SAD.40/2/6,8,13
Kunama and Bilen women
SAD.40/2/7
Crocodile
SAD.40/2/9
Market at Cheren
SAD.40/2/10
Tombs at Axum
SAD.40/2/11,27,43,45
Gondar castle
SAD.40/2/12
Panorama view of Axum
SAD.40/2/14
Marshals Pietro Badoglio, Duke of Addis Ababa and Emilio De Bono at Massawa
SAD.40/2/15,39,71
Abyssinian painting or fresco
SAD.40/2/16
Ships in the Suez Canal
SAD.40/2/17
Rashaydah man
SAD.40/2/18
Miriam island on Lake Tana
SAD.40/2/19
Valley of Ghirghir
SAD.40/2/20
Abyssinian man playing a musical instrument in front of the frame for a tent
SAD.40/2/21
Antelope
SAD.40/2/22
Flag flying at Fort Galliano
SAD.40/2/23
Panorama view looking towards Makale
SAD.40/2/24
Italian troops at Makale
SAD.40/2/25-26,30-32
Kunama and Bilen women
SAD.40/2/28
Abyssinian priest
SAD.40/2/32
River Setit
SAD.40/2/33
Commissariat at Cheren
SAD.40/2/34
Panorama view of the source of the Blue Nile
SAD.40/2/35
War memorial on the Suez Canal
SAD.40/2/36
Abyssinian musician
SAD.40/2/37
Head of an antelope
SAD.40/2/38
Church at Asmara
SAD.40/2/40
Religious procession
SAD.40/2/41,48, 59
Kunama women
SAD.40/2/42
Advance of Italian troops towards Makale
SAD.40/2/44
Floods in Bassopiano Occidentale region
SAD.40/2/46
Coptic priest
SAD.40/2/47,65
Armoured tanks at Agula
SAD.40/2/49
Abyssinian drummers
SAD.40/2/50,52
Bilen and Bani `Amer women
SAD.40/2/51
Girl with mound of picked cotton
SAD.40/2/53
Notables at Asmara
SAD.40/2/54
Mount Adwa
SAD.40/2/55
Stelae at Axum
SAD.40/2/56
Panorama view of Makale
SAD.40/2/57
Abyssinian notable wearing robe and turban
SAD.40/2/58
Abyssinian women wearing hats
SAD.40/2/60
View of Jabal Abu Gamal at sunset
SAD.40/2/62
Dead antelope
SAD.40/2/63
Kunama man with sword
SAD.40/2/64
Senafe
SAD.40/2/66,102,108
Wild boar
SAD.40/2/67,97
Panorama view of Gondar
SAD.40/2/68
Italian troops marking out “Il Duce” on the hillside
SAD.40/2/69
Bilen girl pouring water into a Shell can
SAD.40/2/70
The arrival of Marshal Badoglio at Asmara
SAD.40/2/72
Entrance to the Suez Canal
SAD.40/2/74
Kunama girls carrying water
SAD.40/2/75-76
Ships on the Suez Canal
SAD.40/2/77,87
Panorama view of Debra Tabor
SAD.40/2/78
Women preparing cotton for weaving
SAD.40/2/79
Muslim man with prayer beads
SAD.40/2/80
Women washing, Bassopiano
SAD.40/2/81,88
Kunama women
SAD.40/2/82
Italian air crew
SAD.40/2/83
Habab girl
SAD.40/2/84
Sailing boats on the Suez Canal
SAD.40/2/85
Eritrean man with python
SAD.40/2/86
Eritrean girls
SAD.40/2/89
Kunama man
SAD.40/2/90
The old road to Omager
SAD.40/2/91
Eritrean man wearing a feathered hat and his military medals
SAD.40/2/92
Dead hyena
SAD.40/2/93
Tacruri girls
SAD.40/2/94
Nomad woman with bull
SAD.40/2/95
Damera or bonfire, during the festival of Meskel
SAD.40/2/96
Men at prayer during Ramadan
SAD.40/2/98
The River Setit at Omager
SAD.40/2/99
Rock formation at Endeli
SAD.40/2/100
Bruno and Vittorio Mussolini
SAD.40/2/101
Abyssinian man on horseback
SAD.40/2/103
The favourite daughter of Ras Seyum
SAD.40/2/104
Monoliths at Axum
SAD.40/2/105
Abyssinian house
SAD.40/2/106
Abyssinian man with bull-drawn plough
SAD.40/2/107
Panorama view of Dabat
SAD.40/2/109
Kunama girl
SAD.40/2/110
View of Nacfa
SAD.40/2/111,113
Abyssinian girls
SAD.40/2/112
Monoliths at Axum
SAD.40/2/114
Nomads with tent
SAD.40/2/115
Camels crossing a viaduct at Cheren
SAD.40/2/116
Abyssinian preparing food
SAD.40/2/117,124,139
Gondar castle
SAD.40/2/118
Aerial view of the railway from Massawa to Asmara
SAD.40/2/119
Monument to the fallen at Adwa
SAD.40/2/120
Abyssinian man drinking coffee
SAD.40/2/121
Beggar at Axum
SAD.40/2/122
Abyssinian women and children
SAD.40/2/123
Lion cub
SAD.40/2/125,136
Kunama women
SAD.40/2/126
Group of Abyssinian men sitting on the ground
SAD.40/2/127
Baboon
SAD.40/2/128
Traders at a market
SAD.40/2/129
Abyssinian musicians
SAD.40/2/130
Camel caravan
SAD.40/2/131
Abyssinian man with sword
SAD.40/2/132
Mosque at Asmara
SAD.40/2/133
Commandant's house at Asmara
SAD.40/2/134,138
Abyssinian men preparing lunch
SAD.40/2/135
Railway viaduct between Massawa and Asmara
SAD.40/2/137
Kunama woman carrying water in large pots
SAD.40/2/140
The commissariat at Agordat
SAD.40/2/141
Entrance to house of King Fasilides
SAD.40/2/142
Governor's palace, Massawa
SAD.40/2/143
Eritrean soldier with the Italian force
SAD.40/2/144
Wooded area
SAD.40/2/145
Italian troops on pontoon bridge
SAD.40/2/146
Portuguese bridge at Gondar
SAD.40/2/147,153,161
Kunama women
SAD.40/2/148
Miriam island on Lake Tana
SAD.40/2/149
Falcon
SAD.40/2/150
Portuguese bridge
SAD.40/2/151
Mount Raio
SAD.40/2/152
Group of Abyssinian men and boys
SAD.40/2/154
Dhow at Massawa
SAD.40/2/155
Orchard at Cheren
SAD.40/2/156
Remains of Sun Temple
SAD.40/2/157
Small antelope
SAD.40/2/158
Mountains at Adwa
SAD.40/2/159,179,212
Abyssinian painting or fresco
SAD.40/2/160
Canoe and sailing boats at Massawa
SAD.40/2/162
Port Said waterfront and Customs House
SAD.40/2/163
Abyssinian musicians
SAD.40/2/164
Market at Axum
SAD.40/2/165
Head of the Habab
SAD.40/2/166
Head of antelope
SAD.40/2/167
Banu `Amir man and woman drawing water from well
SAD.40/2/168
Crocodile
SAD.40/2/169
Group of Abyssinian men digging in front of church
SAD.40/2/170
Station on the Suez Canal
SAD.40/2/171,173
Abyssinian women
SAD.40/2/174
Abyssinian market
SAD.40/2/175
Abyssinian man preparing a meal
SAD.40/2/176
Mosque at Cheren
SAD.40/2/177
Fisherman at Massawa
SAD.40/2/178
Plain at Senafe
SAD.40/2/180
Drummers at a festival
SAD.40/2/181
Dead Ariel antelopes
SAD.40/2/182,198
Mountainous road between Massawa and Asmara
SAD.40/2/183
Lioness
SAD.40/2/184
Police headquarters at Port Said
SAD.40/2/185
Tribal leader
SAD.40/2/186
Waterfront at Port Said
SAD.40/2/187
Kunama tribal gathering
SAD.40/2/188
Euphorbia at Nacfa
SAD.40/2/189
Abyssinian priest holding a copy of the Gospels
SAD.40/2/190
Children travelling by donkey
SAD.40/2/191
Dangala girl
SAD.40/2/192
Suez Canal
SAD.40/2/193
Kunama women
SAD.40/2/194
Muslim tomb
SAD.40/2/195
Kunama man with tribal markings
SAD.40/2/196
View of Asmara
SAD.40/2/197
Abyssinian tribal leader with feathered hedd dress
SAD.40/2/199
Market traders
SAD.40/2/200
Portuguese bridge
SAD.40/2/201
Banu `Amir boy
SAD.40/2/202
Camel caravan
SAD.40/2/203
Termite hill
SAD.40/2/204
Kunama women
SAD.40/2/205
Group of musicians
SAD.40/2/206
Soldiers climbing mountain road with pack animals
SAD.40/2/207
Kunama girl
SAD.40/2/208
Muslim women and children in Abyssinia
SAD.40/2/209
Abyssinian priest
SAD.40/2/210
Mountain range
SAD.40/2/211
Interior of an Abyssinian shop
SAD.40/2/213
Ostrich
SAD.40/2/214
Aerial view of Asmara
SAD.40/2/215
Muslim woman
SAD.40/2/216
Marshal Pietro Badoglio
SAD.40/2/217
Market at Axum
SAD.40/2/218
Italian troops parading at Makale
SAD.40/2/219
Banu `Amir man
SAD.40/2/220
Camel with young
SAD.40/2/221
Rashaydah woman
SAD.40/2/222
Monument to the fallen of 1887
SAD.40/2/223,227
Kunama women
SAD.40/2/224
Abyssinian musicians
SAD.40/2/225
Kunama man
SAD.40/2/226
The commissariat at Adi Ugri
SAD.40/2/228
Abyssinian military band marching down street
SAD.40/2/229
Waterfront and Governor's palace, Massawa
SAD.40/2/230
Abyssinian men in front of light aircraft
SAD.40/2/231,233
Abyssinian painting or fresco
SAD.40/2/232
Valley of Dorfu
SAD.40/2/234
Suez canal
SAD.40/2/235-236
Small antelope
SAD.40/2/237
Abyssinian woman
SAD.40/2/238
Dead hyena
SAD.40/2/239
Habab girl
SAD.40/2/240
Habab musicians
SAD.40/2/241
Abyssinian priests
SAD.40/2/242
Passengers disembarking from steamship
SAD.40/2/243
Abyssinian priests with copy of the Gospels
SAD.40/2/244
Abyssinian market
SAD.40/2/245
Baria girl
SAD.40/2/246
Market square, Asmara
SAD.40/2/247
Large sycamore tree at Adwa where Italian prisoners were tried in 1896
SAD.40/2/248
Abyssinian bell
SAD.40/2/249
Abyssinian girls
SAD.40/2/250
Images of Mussolini along the side of a ship carrying Italian troops
SAD.40/2/251
Abyssinian priests
SAD.40/2/252
Train station at Asmara
SAD.40/2/253
View of Agordat
SAD.40/2/254
Kunama girls
SAD.40/2/255
Wood of daum palms
SAD.40/2/256
Watering herds of animals
SAD.40/2/257
Abyssinian priest
SAD.40/2/258
Sunset over the Gash river
SAD.40/2/259
River Setit at Biaghela
SAD.40/2/260
Euphorbias
SAD.40/2/261
Banu `Amir man
SAD.40/2/262
Portuguese bridge on the road to Gondar
SAD.40/2/263
Dead leopard
SAD.40/2/264
Air crew pushing a propellor aeroplane
SAD.40/2/265
Italian aircraft
SAD.40/2/266
Former Abyssinian ministers
SAD.40/2/267
Head of a wild boar
SAD.40/2/268
Nomad family with camel
SAD.40/2/269,275
Tacrura and Bilen women
SAD.40/2/270
View of Agordat
SAD.40/2/271
Camels in the Barca river valley
SAD.40/2/272
Animals moving towards the Gash river
SAD.40/2/273
Massawa port
SAD.40/2/274
Stag
SAD.40/2/276
Crowd celebrating with swords
SAD.40/2/277
Entrance to a house at Axum
SAD.40/2/278
Market at Adwa
SAD.40/2/279
Dangala woman
SAD.40/2/280
Rashaydah family in front of tent
SAD.40/2/281
Abyssinian children
SAD.40/2/282
Market at Cheren
SAD.40/2/283
St Guiseppe Institute, Asmara
SAD.40/2/284
Female market traders at Anghera
SAD.40/2/285
Passageway through rock
SAD.40/2/286
Abyssinian girl carrying water in a clay pot
SAD.40/2/287
Birds' nests
SAD.40/2/288
Source of the Nile
SAD.40/2/289
Merchants at Adwa
SAD.40/2/290
Church at Axum
SAD.40/2/291,293
Assaorta and Rashaydah women
SAD.40/2/294
Market traders
SAD.40/2/295,358
Abyssinian paintings
SAD.40/2/296
Ruined columns at Axum
SAD.40/2/297
Man carrying a python
SAD.40/2/298
Ruins at Axum
SAD.40/2/299
Kunama woman
SAD.40/2/300
Ruins of a temple at Axum
SAD.40/2/301
Head of a camel
SAD.40/2/302
Turkish cannon at Axum
SAD.40/2/303
Mount Zad Amba - the white mountain
SAD.40/2/304
Children with donkeys in the Gash riverbed
SAD.40/2/305
Camel decorated for a wedding
SAD.40/2/306
River Setit at Biaghela
SAD.40/2/307
Abyssinian man with dead lion
SAD.40/2/308
Governor's palace, Massawa
SAD.40/2/309,311,315
Abyssinian women
SAD.40/2/310
Banu `Amir children beside thatched huts
SAD.40/2/312
Elderly Abyssinian man with straw hat
SAD.40/2/313
Dead stag
SAD.40/2/314
Group of Muslim women
SAD.40/2/316
Government office at Asmara
SAD.40/2/317
Kunama warrior
SAD.40/2/318
Kassala mountains
SAD.40/2/319
Nomad family possessions on the back of a bull
SAD.40/2/320
Ruins of a church at Axum
SAD.40/2/321,327
Abyssinian girl
SAD.40/2/322,324
Gondar castle
SAD.40/2/323
Kunama woman
SAD.40/2/325
Market at Adwa
SAD.40/2/326
Ruins of a castle of King Fasilides
SAD.40/2/328
Italian emblems picked out in stone
SAD.40/2/329
Banu `Amir women
SAD.40/2/330
Abyssinian church
SAD.40/2/331
Dead ibis
SAD.40/2/332
Ruins at Axum
SAD.40/2/333
Habab children
SAD.40/2/334
Street in Asmara
SAD.40/2/335
Kunama woman and child
SAD.40/2/336
Bank of Italy building in Asmara
SAD.40/2/337
Kunama village
SAD.40/2/338
Aerial view of the cathedral in Asmara
SAD.40/2/339,341
Abyssinian women
SAD.40/2/340
Market at Cheren
SAD.40/2/342
Suez canal
SAD.40/2/343
Abyssinian man
SAD.40/2/344
Head of python
SAD.40/2/345
Kunama man
SAD.40/2/346
Abyssinian church at Asmara
SAD.40/2/347
Banu `Amir family in front of thatched hut
SAD.40/2/348
Monument to Ferdinand de Lesseps at Port Said
SAD.40/2/349
Gash river at Tessenei
SAD.40/2/350
Residential area, Asmara
SAD.40/2/352
Dead antelope
SAD.40/2/353,363
Bilen women
SAD.40/2/354
Muslim tombs
SAD.40/2/355
Abyssinian men and horses at foot of mountain
SAD.40/2/356
Abyssinian women
SAD.40/2/357
Wood of eucalyptus trees
SAD.40/2/359
Muslim man
SAD.40/2/360
Abyssinian beggars
SAD.40/2/361
Saqiyah
SAD.40/2/362
Abyssinian musicians
SAD.40/2/364
Rashaydah women
SAD.40/2/365
Abyssinian painting
SAD.40/2/366
Abyssinian village at sunset
SAD.40/2/367-368
Olive press
SAD.40/2/369
Marshal Badoglio
SAD.40/2/370
Road between Asmara and Cheren
SAD.40/2/371
Abyssinian woman
SAD.40/2/372
Abyssinian Christian festival
SAD.40/2/373
Abyssinian mountain range
SAD.40/2/374
Porcupines
SAD.40/2/375
Wooded area on mountainside
SAD.40/2/376
Building work at Tessenei
SAD.40/2/377
Fisherman at Massawa
SAD.40/2/378
Abyssinian woman and child at market
SAD.40/2/379
Abyssinian woman
SAD.40/2/380
Merchants selling dhurah
(b) Loose Photographs
SAD.26/8/1-49
1898-[1950s]
Photographs of public ceremonies and social gatherings involving military personnel, many of them taken by Karakashian Bros or the Public Relations Office, including:
SAD.26/8/1-2
1898
British and Egyptian soldiers gathered on the river bank at Khartoum for the Gordon memorial service, with one of the gunboats used during the campaign in the background
SAD.26/8/3
1898
British and Egyptian soldiers in the the remains of General Gordon's palace
SAD.26/8/4
[1920s]
Group at a Sunday afternoon “At Home” for soldiers, in front of All Saints' Cathedral, Khartoum
SAD.26/8/5-6
[1939-1945]
Interior views of venue for the troops' welfare dinner organised by the Church Institute
SAD.26/8/7-10
[1930s]
Soldiers' party and whist drive on the Clergy House tennis lawn
SAD.26/8/11
1945
Soldiers of the Sudan Defence Force marching in the victory parade along Pall Mall in London. Photo by Fox \photos Ltd.
SAD.26/8/12
[1930-1956]
Front view of the Church Institute for Soldiers and Airmen, Khartoum
SAD.26/8/13
[1930-1956]
Regimental badges on the hillside at Gebeit
SAD.26/8/14-17
[1930-1956]
Groups of soldiers at social functions, probably at the Clergy House
SAD.26/8/18
[1930-1956]
Policemen on duty outside building with British families in background
SAD.26/8/19
[1926-1934]
Sir John Maffey, Governor-General and other senior officers at the Gordon statue, possibly for a memorial service
SAD.26/8/20
[1934-1940]
British troops marching past the Governor-General, Sir Stewart Symes
SAD.26/8/21
[1934-1940]
Canon Harper (?) on the steps of the Governor-General's palace, possibly being greeted by the Governor-General while a soldier stands to attend with the Union flag
SAD.26/8/22-23
[1930-1956]
Group photograph of actors in costume on the stage of the Open Air Theatre in the British Barracks
SAD.26/8/24
[1930-1956]
Audience watching a performance at the Open Air Theatre in the British Barracks
SAD.26/8/25
[1930-1956]
Boys of the Engineer Troops, Sudan Defence Force on the Piastre Orphanage athletics day
SAD.26/8/26
[1950-1953]
Major-General R.L. Scoones, Qaid of the Sudan Defence Force, saluting the war memorial at Khartoum during a Remembrance Day service, with J.W. Robertson, Civil Secretary standing behind him
SAD.26/8/27
[1950-1953]
Major-General R.L. Scoones, Qaid of the Sudan Defence Force, after a laying a wreath at the war memorial at Khartoum during a Remembrance Day service, with J.W. Robertson, Civil Secretary waiting behind him
SAD.26/8/28
[1950-1953]
J.W. Robertson, Civil Secretary, standing to attention in front of the war memorial, Khartoum
SAD.26/8/29-31
[1950-1953]
Remembrance Day service at the War Memorial, Khartoum with clergy including Martin
SAD.26/8/32
[1950-1953]
British buglars playing the the last post at a Remembrance Day service at the War Memorial, Khartoum
SAD.26/8/33
[1950-1955]
Governor-General Sir Robert Howe and Prime Minister Ismail al-Azhari in conversation
SAD.26/8/34-35
1955
Major General R.L. Scoones handing over control of the Sudan Defence Force to Lewa Ahmad Muhammad
SAD.26/8/36
1955
The Royal Leicestershire Regiment marching into Central Station, Khartoum, on the occasion of the evacuation of British and Egyptian troops from the Sudan
SAD.26/8/37
1955
The Royal Leicestershire Regiment marching past Sir Alexander Knox Helm, Governor-General on arrival at Khartoum station en route for Cyprus
SAD.26/8/38-39
1955 Sep 30
Change of guard at the Governor-General's Palace on the occasion of the evacuation of British and Egyptian troops from the Sudan
SAD.26/8/40
1955
Qaid of the Sudan Defence Force, Lewa Ahmad Muhammad, greeting the Officer Commanding the British Garrison at the Prime Minister's house during the evacuation of British and Egyptian troops from the Sudan
SAD.26/8/41
1955
Sir Alexander Knox Helm, Governor-General, arriving at the South Barracks to inspect the S.D.F. guard
SAD.26/8/42
1955
The S.D.F. guard saluting Sir Alexander Knox Helm, Governor-General, as he arrives at the South Barracks for his farewell address to the British troops
SAD.26/8/43
1955
Sir Alexander Knox Helm, Governor-General, addressing the troops at the South Barracks before they leave for Cyprus
SAD.26/8/44
1955
Lt. Col. J.E.I. Watson saluting before boarding the train for Port Sudan on the evacuation of British troops from the Sudan
SAD.26/8/45
1955
Major-General Gifford waving as the last troops leave the Sudan by train from Khartoum station
SAD.26/8/46-47
1955
Celebrations at El Obeid on the occasion of the evacuation of British and Egyptian troops from the Sudan
SAD.26/8/48
1955
The Prime Minister, Ismail al-Azhari, Brigadier Gifford, Sayyid Ibrahim al-Mufti and Qaimaqam Babikr Salih Sowar al-Dahab, on Khartoum station on the occasion of the departure of British and Egyptian troops from the Sudan
SAD.26/8/49
1956 Jan 1
The Prime Minister, Ismail al-Azhari reading to the Speaker of the House of Representatives the despatch received from the British and Egyptian Governments
SAD.998/5/1-7
1927 Dec 25-1950
Outsize photographs, all except SAD.998/5/5 mounted:
SAD.998/5/1
1927 Dec
Family group. taken in England byJ.P. Clarke and inscribed “With love from ‘The Clipper’ Xmas 1927”
SAD.998/5/2
[1930s-1940s]
Main shopping street in Asmara, Eritrea, showing the spire of the R.C. Cathedral
SAD.998/5/3
[1930s-1940s]
The “Bordein” on the Nile, probably at Khartoum
SAD.998/5/4
[1930s-1940s]
Suq trader
SAD.998/5/5
[1930s-1940s]
Aerial view of Khartoum with the Governor-General's Palace centre
SAD.998/5/6
1940
Group photograph of pupils at the Clergy House School for British Children,with Martin (seated 2nd from left) and Bishop Gwynne (seated centre)
SAD.998/5/7
1950 Sep
Battle of Britain service, Khartoum Cathedral
SAD.26/9/1-74; 26/10/1-55
1930-1945
Photographs of Clergy House children's parties, many of them taken by Karakashian Bros., including:
SAD.26/9/1
1930-1945
Bishop Gwynne addressing guests at the Clergy House children's party
SAD.26/9/2
1930-1945
Canon Harper addressing guests at the Clergy House children's party
SAD.26/9/3-24; 26/10/31-41
1930-1945
British child in fancy dress, Clergy House children's party
SAD.26/9/25-59
1930-1945
British families sitting down for tea, Clergy House children's party, some photographs featuring Bishop Gwynne
SAD.26/9/60-62
1934-1940
Sir Stewart Symes, Governor-General and Bishop Gwynne with guests at the Clergy House children's party
SAD.26/9/63-66; 26/10/1-19
1930-1945
Bishop Gwynne and Canon Harper with British families at the Clergy House children's party, including 2 large group photographs (SAD.26/10/18-19)
SAD.26/9/67-68; 26/10/20-30
1930-1945
Games and other activities at the Clergy House children's party
SAD.26/9/69-74
1930-1945
Families arriving at the Clergy House children's party
SAD.26/10/42-45
1930-1945
British families at the Bishops' children's parties
SAD.26/10/46-49
1930-1945
Rooms decorated for party, possibly at the Clergy House
SAD.26/10/50-51
1930-1945
Canon Harper on horseback at the Bishop's children's party
SAD.26/10/52-55
1930-1945
Pantomime George and the dragon with Bishop Gwynne at the Bishop's children's party
SAD.41/1/1-11
[ca.1930s-1940s]
Picture postcards of the Sudan:
SAD.41/1/1
[1930s-1940s]
Christ Church, Port Sudan (D.F. Chryssides, no. 81)
SAD.41/1/2
[1930s-1940s]
Colour photograph on greetings card of Khartoum public gardens with All Saints' Cathedral in the background
SAD.41/1/3
[1930s-1940s]
Two young Nuba women wearing grass skirts and displaying body scarring (Karakashian Bros, no. D3)
SAD.41/1/4
[1930s-1940s]
Nuba Mountains woman carrying clay pot on her head (Karakashian Bros, no. D35)
SAD.41/1/5
[1930s-1940s]
Three young Nuba women from Dilling, wearing grass skirts and displaying body scarring (Karakashian Bros, no. D40)
SAD.41/1/6
[1930s-1940s]
Line of young Nuba women with Nuba man standing centre, Dilling tribal show (Karakashian Bros, no. D24)
SAD.41/1/7
[1930s-1940s]
Nuba woman and three men with spears at Dilling (Karakashian Bros.)
SAD.41/1/8
[1930s]
Young Baqqarah woman (Karakashian Bros, no. 101)
SAD.41/1/9
[1930s-1940s]
Young Baqqarah woman with clay pot on her head (Karakashian Bros, no. 102)
SAD.41/1/10
[1930s-1940s]
Young Baqqarah woman, El Obeid (Karakashian Bros no. 104)
SAD.41/1/11
[1930s-1940s]
Latuka women, Equatoria Province (Karakashian Bros, no. B13)
SAD.41/2/1-22
[1930s-1950s]
Photographs of Church of England schools, societies and institutes in the Sudan, including:
SAD.41/2/1
[1930s]
British official saluting members of a school choir, Southern Sudan
SAD.41/2/2
[1930s]
British teacher and pupils of Nugent School, Loka harvesting ground nuts
SAD.41/2/3
[1930s]
Sudanese teacher and pupil at the C.M.S. school, Loka
SAD.41/2/4
[1930s]
Teacher and pupils at Lui Girls' School
SAD.41/2/5
[1930s-1950s]
British teachers and pupils at Yei School
SAD.41/2/6
[1930s-1950s]
P.E. class at elementary vernacular school, Yei
SAD.41/2/7
[1930s-1950s]
Pupils hoeing at Salara Mission Station School for Boys
SAD.41/2/8
[1930s-1950s]
Group from the Southern Sudan Boys' Club, Omdurman outside Khartoum Cathedral after a confirmation service, with Bishop Gelsthorpe standing 3rd from left and Bishop Gwynne standing centre (Karakashian Bros.)
SAD.41/2/9
[1930s-1950s]
Boys of the Southern Sudan Boys Club, Omdurman, washing in outdoor yard
SAD.41/2/10
1938
Pupils of the Unity High School for Girls, Khartoum with Bishop Gwynne seated centre and Canon Harper two to his left
SAD.41/2/11
1956
Parents, guests and pupils at Unity High School speech day
SAD.41/2/12
[1930s-1950s]
Pupils of the Clergy House School for British Children dressed for a nativity play
SAD.41/2/13
[1930s-1950s]
Members of the International Women's Association
SAD.41/2/14
[1930s-1950s]
Members of Toc-H (an international christian movement) with Canon Harper seated left and Rev. G.H. Martin seated right, at the Clergy House, Khartoum
SAD.41/2/15-21
[1930s-1950s]
Church Institute for Soldiers and Airmen at the British barracks, exterior and interior views
SAD.41/2/22
[1930s-1950s]
Front view of the new British and Foreign Bible Society House, Khartoum
SAD.41/3/1-6
[1930-1950s]
Photographs of the Church Saloon:
SAD.41/3/1-3
[1930s-1950s]
Exterior views of the Church Saloon train carriage
SAD.41/3/4-5
[1930s-1950s]
Interior views of the Church Saloon
SAD.41/3/6
[1930s-1950s]
Canon Harper in conversation with Sudanese man outside the Church Saloon (copyright Daily Mirror)
SAD.41/4/1-8
[1930s-1950s]
Photographs of public functions:
SAD.41/4/1
1953 Feb 2
Sir Robert Howe, Governor-General and judges, including W. O'B. Lindsay (Chief Justice), Muhammud Abul Gassim (Mufti of the Sudan), Justice Lomax, Justice K.H.J. O. Hayes, Justice Watson, Justice Stanley-Baker, Justice Bodilly, `Abu Bashar Hammaida (Sharia Judge of the High Court), Justice Atabani, al-Nur al-Tingari (Sharia Judge of the High Court), at a Palace garden party
SAD.41/4/2-3
[1930-1950s]
Khartoum North Girl Guide Company outside Khartoum Cathedral after a service for the Dedication of Colours
SAD.41/4/4
[1930s-1950s]
Guests at a Girl Guide rally in the Palace gardens, Khartoum
SAD.41/4/5
[1930s-1950s]
Girl guides lined up in front of their headquarters, Khartoum while a guest delivers a speech from the balcony
SAD.41/4/6
[1930s-1950s]
Reginald Tout receiving his M.B.E. from Sir Arthur Wauchop in Jerusalem
SAD.41/4/7
[1930s-1950s]
Garden party at Unity High School
SAD.41/4/8
[1948-1950]
Sir Robert Howe, Governor-General, addressing the Legislative Assembly
SAD.41/5/1-16
[1930s-1950s]
Photographs of Rev. George Martin, including:
SAD.41/5/1
[1930s]
Rev. Martin seated (fourth from left) at a formal dinner
SAD.41/5/2
[1930s]
Rev. George Martin (seated right behind table), probably at a social gathering, with Canon Harper left of doorway
SAD.41/5/3
[1930s]
Group photograph including Rev. George Martin (seated, centre) with Southern Sudanese
SAD.41/5/4
[1939-1945]
Rev. George Martin (centre), chaplain to the Royal Air Force Volunteer Reserve, in conversation with other officials
SAD.41/5/5
[1939-1945]
Rev. George Martin (2nd from left), chaplain to the Royal Air Force Volunteer Reserve, seated next to Canon Harper and other British officers
SAD.41/5/6
[1939-1945]
Group photograph of Rev. George Martin (front, centre), chaplain to the Royal Air Force Volunteer Reserve, with other British airmen
SAD.41/5/7
[1939-1945]
Rev. George Martin, chaplain to the Royal Air Force Volunteer Reserve, with a gazelle at Khartoum Zoo
SAD.41/5/8
[1940s]
Provost George Martin (3rd from right) standing next to Bishop Gwynne (third from left) and other British officials
SAD.41/5/9
[1940s]
Provost George Martin (2nd from left) and Bishop Gwynne (3rd from right) with British officials
SAD.41/5/10
[1940s]
Rev. George Martin (front row, 6th from left) at the Friends of the Khartoum Cathedral Association London reunion of ex-servicemen who were stationed in the Sudan during the war. Photograph taken by Sport & General Press Agency at the Toc-H headquarters at Tower Hill, London
SAD.41/5/11
1948 Jul 24
Provost George Martin (far left) with Canon Harper and unidentified man in a garden in Dalkeith
SAD.41/5/12
1948 Jul 24
Provost George Martin (far left) with his wife, Lena (centre) and Canon Harper (far right) in a garden in Dalkeith
SAD.41/5/13
[1950s]
Provost George Martin (second from left) with Bishop Allison and Sudanese clergy and congregation outside a church
SAD.41/5/14
[1950s]
Group photograph of Sudanese clergy and laymen, including (2nd row, 3rd from left) Canon Harper, next to Bishop O.C. Allison
SAD.41/5/15
[1950s]
Anglican clergy including Canon Harper (far left), Bishop Gelsthorpe (2nd from left) and Provost G. Martin (right)
SAD.41/5/16
[1950s]
Group photograph of church officials, including Canon Harper (front row, 3rd from left), Bishop Gelsthorpe (seated centre), Provost Martin (front row, 2nd from right) with Daniel Deng (standing 2nd from left) and Andrea Apaya (standing 2nd from right), the first two Southern Sudanese to be ordained
SAD.41/6/1-41
[1930s-1960s]
Photographs taken in Kordofan and the southern provinces, including:
SAD.41/6/1
1945 Jul
Nuba pupils hoeing the ground in preparation for planting at Salara, with missionary teacher supervising
SAD.41/6/2
[1930s-1960s]
Panoramic view of Fassu village, Nuba Mountains (taken by R.C. Stevenson)
SAD.41/6/3,39
[1930s-1960s]
Tukls in Katcha, Nuba Mountains
SAD.41/6/4
[1930s-1960s]
Nuba burial, Katcha
SAD.41/6/5-8
[1930s-1950s]
Nomad women, probably Kordofan
SAD.41/6/9
[1930s-1950s]
Young Arab girl with plaited hair
SAD.41/6/10
[1930s-1950s]
Nomad family, probably Kordofan
SAD.41/6/41
[1930s-1950s]
Ostriches in the wild, Southern Kordofan
SAD.41/6/11
1953 Jul
Forestry dam on the river at Yei, Equatoria Province
SAD.41/6/12-13
[1930s-1960s]
Christian murals on the wall of a tukl at Yei
SAD.41/6/14
[1930s-1960s]
Leprosy patients with drawing of Bishop Gwynne, Lui
SAD.41/6/15
[1930s-1960s]
Pastor Andrea Apaya, one of the first two Southern Sudanese to be ordained, with mission boys, at Lui
SAD.41/6/16
[1930s-1960s]
Elder from the Taposa tribe, Kapoeta, with metal bands around his neck
SAD.41/6/17
[1930s-1960s]
Portrait of an Azande man wearing a hat decorated with guinea fowl feathers (Photographer: J.F.E. Bloss)
SAD.41/6/18
[1930s-1960s]
Chute running down hillside towards tukl
SAD.41/6/19-20
[1930s-1960s]
Southern Sudanese children
SAD.41/6/21-22
[1930s-1960s]
Southern Sudanese women carrying clay plots and baskets on their heads
SAD.41/6/23
[1930s-1960s]
Southern Sudanese boys at the edge of a river
SAD.41/6/24
[1930s-1960s]
Southern Sudanese woman, with body scarring, holding large clay pot
SAD.41/6/25
[1930s-1960s]
Two Southern Sudanese women in conversation
SAD.41/6/26
[1930s-1960s]
Two #Southern Sudanese men in dugout canoe
SAD.41/6/27
[1930s-1960s]
Crowd of Southern Sudanese standing in a line with their backs to the camera, some wearing grass skirts
SAD.41/6/28-34
[1930s-1960s]
Sudanese woman, Southern Sudan
SAD.41/6/35
[1930s-1960s]
Group of Southern Sudanese men with spears and tall drum
SAD.41/6/36
[1930s-1960s]
Four Southern Sudanese men with elaborate hairstyles, fashioned from cow dung
SAD.41/6/37
[1930s-1960s]
Moru village
SAD.41/6/38
[1930s-1960s]
Moru warrior with spears
SAD.41/6/40
[1930s-1960s]
Southern Sudanese congregation outside large thatched church
SAD.41/7/1-46
[1930s-1960s]
Photographs taken in Northern Sudan, including:
SAD.41/7/1
[1930s-1960s]
Northern Sudanese villagers with British woman
SAD.41/7/2
[1930s-1960s]
Northern Sudanese children at outdoor teaparty
SAD.41/7/3-5
[1930s-1960s]
Omdurman suq
SAD.41/7/6
[1930s-1960s]
Sudanese women in tobes, Omdurman, carrying baskets on their heads
SAD.41/7/7-10
[1930s-1960s]
Nurses and patients in the C.M.S. Hospital, Omdurman (x4)
SAD.41/7/11
[1930s-1960s]
Sudanese girl [dancing?]
SAD.41/7/12
[1930s-1960s]
Aerial view of the Blue Nile bridge at Khartoum
SAD.41/7/13-14
[1930s-1960s]
Aerial views of Khartoum
SAD.41/7/15
[1950s-1960s]
Interior view of the library at Khartoum University with students working
SAD.41/7/16
[1930s-1960s]
Gordon statue, Khartoum
SAD.41/7/17
[1930s-1960s]
Sudanese gardeners working with the tower of All Saints' Cathedral, Khartoum in the background
SAD.41/7/18
[1930s-1940s]
British official sitting on the step of a house, surrounded by servants
SAD.41/7/19
[1930s-1960s]
British clergyman [possibly Canon Harper] officiating at a wedding ceremony; two British bridesmaids standing to the right
SAD.41/7/20
[1930s-1960s]
Bishop Gwynne talking to group of Sudanese in a garden
SAD.41/7/21-22
[1930s-1960s]
Interior views, possibly of the Clergy House, Khartoum
SAD.41/7/23
[1930s-1960s]
British clergyman standing in the doorway of a building, possibly the Clergy House, Khartoum
SAD.41/7/24
[1930s-1960s]
Sudan Bookshop, Khartoum
SAD.41/7/25
[1930s-1960s]
Employees [of the Sudan Bookshop?], Khartoum
SAD.41/7/26-27
[1930s-1960s]
Feluccas on the Nile
SAD.41/7/28
[1930s-1960s]
Sudanese man dressed in jallabiyah and turban holding a British baby
SAD.41/7/29
[1930s-1960s]
Sudanese man dressed in jallabiyah and turban running a bath (Copyright: Mirror Features)
SAD.41/7/30
[1930s-1960s]
Group of Sudanese dressed in jallabiyahs and turbans, possibly outside the Clergy House, Khartoum, with young British girl seated centre
SAD.41/7/31-32
[1930s-1950s]
Group of Sudanese servants in a garden
SAD.41/7/33
[1930s-1960s]
Group of Sudanese men with basket of fruit
SAD.41/7/34
[1930s-1960s]
Camel transporting cotton led by Sudanese man, probably the Gezira
SAD.41/7/35
[1930s-1960s]
Camels transporting hay to Omdurman Market
SAD.41/7/36
[1930s-1960s]
Three men travelling on camels, probably Kassala Province
SAD.41/7/37-38
[1930s-1950s]
British officials, including Bishop Gwynne, inspecting construction work on a railway
SAD.41/7/39
[1930s-1960s]
Shata Gate [Kitchener's Gate], entrance to Suakin
SAD.41/7/40
[1930s-1960s]
Street scene, Suakin
SAD.41/7/41
[1930s-1960s]
Shuttered roshan window, Suakin
SAD.41/7/42
[1930s-1960s]
Christ Church, Port Sudan
SAD.41/7/43
-1930s-1940s]
View of Jabal Kassala
SAD.41/7/44
[1930s-1960s]
Public gardens [possibly Khartoum?]
SAD.41/7/45
[1930s-1960s]
Nuts on palm tree
SAD.41/7/46
[1930s-1960s]
Waterfall
SAD.41/8/1-24
[1930s-1960s]
Photographs from outside the Sudan, mostly of ancient sites and landscapes in Egypt, Palestine,Jordan and Ethiopia:
SAD.41/8/1
[1930s-1940s]
Ships in convoy at Port Said
SAD.41/8/2
[1930s-1940s]
Tugboat entering the Suez canal
SAD.41/8/3
[1930s-1940s]
Abu Simbel
SAD.41/8/4
[1930s-1940s]
Monastery of Mount Sinai
SAD.41/8/5
[1930s-1940s]
Site of antiquities, probably Egypt
SAD.41/8/6-13
[1930s-1940s]
Views of Petra in Jordan
SAD.41/8/14
[1930s-1940s]
Fort in the Wadi Rhum
SAD.41/8/15
[1930s-1940s]
Damascus Gate, Jerusalem
SAD.41/8/16
[1930s-1940s]
Street in Jerusalem Old City
SAD.41/8/17
[1930s-1940s]
Man on horseback with cultivated valley behind, probably Palestine
SAD.41/8/18
[1930s-1940s]
Man on horseback with village in background
SAD.41/8/19
[1930s-1940s]
Ruined amphitheatre
SAD.41/8/20
[1930s-1940s]
Aerial view of the River Jordan, Palestine
SAD.41/8/21
[1930s-1940s]
Aerial view of Asmara, Eritrea (Crown copyright)
SAD.41/8/22
1958
The Duchess of Gloucester with Padre Liley during a visit to Ethiopia
SAD.41/8/23
[1940s-1950s]
Halam Church, England
SAD.41/8/24
[1940s-1950s]
The Nave, All Hallows' Church, London
SAD.41/9/1-29
[1930s-1960s]
Photographs of a Sudan trade/industry fair, including
SAD.41/9/1-3
[1930s-1960s]
Caterpillar tractor at a Sudan trade/industry fair
SAD.41/9/4-5
[1930s-1960s]
Shell stall at a Sudan trade/industry fair
SAD.41/9/6-9
[1930s-1960s]
Sudan Government Department of Posts and Telegraphs stall, at a Sudan trade/industry fair
SAD.41/9/10
[1930s-1960s]
Businessman at a Sudan trade/industry fair
SAD.41/9/11-12
[1930s-1960s]
Small model trucks at a Sudan trade/industry fair
SAD.41/9/13
[1930s-1960s]
Sudanese men at a Sudan trade/industry fair
SAD.41/9/14
[1930s-1960s]
Model railway at a Sudan trade/industry fair
SAD.41/9/15-16
[1930s-1960s]
Gellatly Hankey & Co stall at a Sudan trade/industry fair (x2)
SAD.41/9/17
[1930s-1960s]
Millar's stall at a Sudan trade/industry fair
SAD.41/9/18
[1930s-1960s]
Seferian & Co stall at a Sudan trade/industry fair
SAD.41/9/19
[1930s-1960s]
Motor cars at a Sudan trade/industry fair
SAD.41/9/20-22
[1930s-1960s]
Visitors at stalls in a Sudan trade/industry fair
SAD.41/9/23-24
[1930s-1960s]
Small model train at a Sudan trade/industry fair
SAD.41/9/25
[1930s-1960s]
Mitchell Cotts & Co. stall at a Sudan trade/industry fair
SAD.41/9/26-28
[1930s-1960s]
Weather stall at a Sudan trade/industry fair
SAD.41/9/29
[1930s-1960s]
Sudan Railways stall at a Sudan trade/industry fair
SAD.41/10/1-47
[1930s-1960s]
Photographs of churches and church interiors, including:
SAD.41/10/1-2
1963
Construction of Juba Cathedral ( the Bishop Gwynne Memorial Cathedral)
SAD.41/10/3-4
1963 Apr 1-Nov 1
Exterior of the newly contructed Juba Cathedral
SAD.41/10/5-6
[1940s-1950s]
Construction of new church, including Bishop Gelsthorpe with workmen
SAD.41/10/7
[1960s]
Juba Church
SAD.41/10/8-9
[1930s-1960s]
Exterior views of All Saints' Cathedral, Khartoum
SAD.41/10/10-14
[1930s-1960s]
Internal views of Khartoum Cathedral (including 2 colour photographs)
SAD.41/10/15-17
[1930s-1960s]
The organ, All Saints' Cathedral, Khartoum
SAD.41/10/18-20
[1930s-1960s]
High altar, All Saints' Cathedral, Khartoum
SAD.41/10/21
[1930s-1960s]
The Memorial Chapel, All Saints Cathedral, Khartoum
SAD.41/10/22
[1930s-1960s]
The chapel at Bishop Gwynne College, Mundri
SAD.41/10/23
[1930s-1960s]
Salara Church
SAD.41/10/24
[1930s-1960s]
Interior of Salara Church
SAD.41/10/25
[1930s-1960s]
Akot Church, built 1942
SAD.41/10/26-27
[1930s-1960s]
Christ Church, Port Sudan
SAD.41/10/28-29
[1930s-1960s]
Construction of St Paul's Church, Wad Medani
SAD.41/10/30-33
[1930s-1960s]
St Paul's Church, Wad Medani
SAD.41/10/34-36
[1930s-1960s]
Interior of St Paul's Church, Wad Medani
SAD.41/10/37-38
[1930s-1960s]
Exterior views of unidentified church, probably Northern Sudan (x3)
SAD.41/10/39-47
[1930s-1960s]
Unidentified church interiors
SAD.41/11/1-71; 42/1/1-20
[1930-1960s]
Photographs of friends and colleagues of Martin, including:
SAD.41/11/1-2
[1930s-1940s]
Unidentified British officials in Bethlehem
SAD.41/11/3
[1930-1939]
British officials in pirate costume, Sudan
SAD.41/11/4
[1930-1939]
Group of clergymen including Bishop Gwynne (front left) and Canon Harper (standing 2nd from right)
SAD.41/11/5
[1930-1945]
Group in front of Khartoum Cathedral, including Bishop Gwynne (standing centre), Bishop Gelsthorpe (standing 7th from left) and Canon Harper (standing 3rd from right)
SAD.41/11/6
[1930-1945]
Bishop Gwynne (right) with unnamed bishop
SAD.41/11/7
[1930-1945]
Bishop Gwynne with family after a christening service at Khartoum Cathedral
SAD.41/11/8-9
[1930-1945]
Bishop Gwynne with officials at railway construction site
SAD.41/11/10
[1930-1945]
Group photograph including Canon Harper (standing left), and Bishop Gwynne (seated left)
SAD.41/11/11
[1930-1945]
Bishop Gwynne standing on board a steamer with British officials in the background
SAD.41/11/12
[1940-1947]
Bishop Gwynne (far right) with General Sir Hubert Huddleston, Governor-General and his wife
SAD.41/11/13
[1930-1945]
Bishop Gwynne seated next to British couple
SAD.41/11/14
[1920-1930]
Wedding group in front of Khartoum Cathedral
SAD.41/11/15
[1930s-1950s]
British official called Noble on board a steamer
SAD.41/11/16
1952 Jun 11
Miss Morton standing in front of railway carriage with two Sudanese nurses, about to leave the Sudan after 30 years of missionary work. Canon Parry is at the carriage window.
SAD.41/11/17-19
[1930s-1950s]
British officials leaving St Paul's Church, Wad Medani after a service
SAD.41/11/20
[1930s-1950s]
British officials in conversation, standing at the bonnet of the Governor-General's Rolls Royce
SAD.41/11/21
[1930s-1950s]
British man and two women after a church service
SAD.41/11/22
[1930s-1950s]
Group at picnic
SAD.41/11/23
[1930s-1950s]
Canon Harper (far right) and Martin (centre) preparing a picnic meal
SAD.41/11/24
[1930s-1950s]
Group, including Canon Harper (far left) sitting in garden
SAD.41/11/25
[1930s-1950s]
Group of clergymen with their wives and children in front of house in England with Canon Harper (seated centre front row)
SAD.41/11/26
[1930s-1950s]
Pastor Andrea Apaya (standing) with Pastor Enoka and his wife at Bafuka
SAD.41/11/27
1937
Group photograph taken at the Conference of Missionaries, Khartoum. Bishop Gwynne is seated 4th from left and Canon Harper far right
SAD.41/11/28
[1939-1945]
Portrait photograph of Edgar H. Alason in RAF uniform
SAD.41/11/29
[1939-1945]
Portrait photograph of Charles Brown in RAF uniform
SAD.41/11/30
1941 Jan 12
Daniel Deng Atong and Andrea Apaya, the first two southern Sudanese Anglican ordinands, with Bishop Gelsthorpe seated
SAD.41/11/31
1944-1945
“Selwyn” on a motorbike
SAD.41/11/32
1944 Feb 27
Christening of Baby Holt
SAD.41/11/33
1948 Jul 24
Canon Harper (right) and friends in a garden at Dalkeith
SAD.41/11/34-43
[1940s-1950s]
Canon Harper
SAD.41/11/44
[1940s-1950s]
Canon Harper (centre) with British officials)
SAD.41/11/45-46
[1940s-1950s]
Group photograph taken in garden in England, including Canon Harper (far left)
SAD.41/11/47
[1940s-1950s]
Canon Harper (centre) with other officials on board a steamer
SAD.41/11/48
[1940s-1950s]
Canon Harper (left) in conversation with a British official
SAD.41/11/49
[1940s-1950s]
Group, probably on steps of Clergy House, including Canon Harper (3rd from right)
SAD.41/11/50
[1940s-1950s]
Canon Harper and British officials in front of the Church Saloon
SAD.41/11/51-52
[1940s-1950s]
Canon Harper at Khartoum zoo
SAD.41/11/53
[1940s-1950s]
Canon Harper seated with two British women
SAD.41/11/54-59
[1940s-1950s]
Canon Harper with British officials
SAD.41/11/60
[1940s-1950s]
Canon Harper (left) with family outside Khartoum Cathedral following a christening service
SAD.41/11/61
1944 Sep 3
Canon Harper with family after the christening of Mary Elizabeth Yeoman Small..? at Erkowit
SAD.41/11/62
[1940s-1950s]
Canon Harper with Katharine and Johnny Brooks after the christening of their daughter Barbara
SAD.41/11/63-64
[1940s-1950s]
Canon Harper with families after unidentified christening services
SAD.41/11/65
[1940s-1950s]
Canon Harper during a presentation ceremony
SAD.41/11/66-68
[1940s-1950s]
Canon Harper (front row, 4th from left) and friends, probably in England
SAD.41/11/69
[1940s-1950s]
Group photograph including Canon Harper (far right)
SAD.41/11/70
[1940s-1950s]
Canon Harper (right) with British official
SAD.41/11/71
[1940s-1950s]
Group photograph taken at the ex-Servicemen's Reunion Party in Birmingham, including Canon Harper (second row, centre)
SAD.42/1/1-3
[1930s-1940s]
Bishop Gwynne in clerical dress
SAD.42/1/4
[ca. 1946]
Copy of a portrait of Bishop Gwynne, probably presented to him on his retirement
SAD.42/1/5-7
[ca. 1950s]
Bishop Gwynne in old age
SAD.42/1/8
[1940-1945]
Bishop Gwynne (2nd from right), with wedding party
SAD.42/1/9
[1940-1945]
Bishop Gwynne seated at a party, possibly at Clergy House, Khartoum
SAD.42/1/10
[1940-1945]
Bishop Gwynne (front) with group including Canon Harper (top right), probably on the steps of the Clergy House, Khartoum
SAD.42/1/11
[1940-1945]
A. Owen feeding a gazelle, probably at Khartoum zoo
SAD.42/1/12
[1960s]
Bishop Gelsthorpe sitting on the grass during an informal discussion at a conference for schoolboys at Bingham Rectory
SAD.42/1/13
[1950s]
Group photograph of Sudanese clergymen and school boys in front of church
SAD.42/1/14
[1950s]
Archdeacon A.B.H. Riley in clerical dress
SAD.42/1/15
[1950s]
Bishop O.C. Allison in clerical dress
SAD.42/1/16
[1954-1956]
Bishop Allison (far left) with Rev R.A. Hamilton and Prime Minister Ismail al-Azhari
SAD.42/1/17
[1960s]
Bishop Allison (standing centre) with Sudanese ministers and clergymen. Martin standing right.
SAD.42/1/18
[1950s]
Assistant Bishop Daniel Deng Atong with his wife
SAD.42/1/19
1959 Sep
Village choir of St. John the Evangelist, Maidenhead
SAD.42/1/20
1955 Sep 9
“Judith, Isabel, John and Anna”
SAD.42/2/1-99
[1930s]-1962 Dec
Photographs of official and religious ceremonies in the Sudan, including:
SAD.42/2/1-27
[1930-1945]
Ceremony for the laying of the foundation stone of a building, including manoeuvering the stone into position, blessing of the stone by Bishop Gwynne and guests
SAD.42/2/28-31
[1930-1956]
Guests at an evening function
SAD.42/2/32-36
[1930-1956]
Guests at a teaparty
SAD.42/2/37
[1930s]
Bishop Gwynne and Sir Stewart Symes, Governor-General, with other guests at an outdoor function
SAD.42/2/38
1941 Dec
Laying the foundation stone of Yei church
SAD.42/2/39
[1930s-1940s]
Crowd of school boys outside Khartoum Cathedral
SAD.42/2/40-42
[1930s-1940s]
Laying of the foundation stone for a church in the South by Bishop Gelsthorpe
SAD.42/2/43
[1950s-1960s]
Bishop Allison conducting an open-air service
SAD.42/2/44-46
[1930s-1940s]
Religious procession, including Canon Harper, probably at Cairo Cathedral
SAD.42/2/47
1938
Clergymen involved in the consecration of Cairo Cathedral, including Bishop Gwynne (3rd from left)
SAD.42/2/48
1955 May 15
Consecration of Assistant Sudanese bishop, Daniel Deng Atong, in St Paul's Cathedral. Kampala, Uganda: Bishop Daniel Deng kneeling before the Archbishop of Canterbury, Most Rev. G.F. Fisher, after the laying on of hands
SAD.42/2/49
1955 May 15
Daniel Deng Atong, Assistant Bishop of the Sudan, the Archbishop of Canterbury and Bishop Yohanna Omari, Assistant Bishop in Central Tanganyika, after the consecration service in St Paul's Cathedral, Kampala
SAD.42/2/50-79
1951 Mar 27
Dedication service for the laying of the foundation stone for the Cathedral Hall by Sir Robert Howe, Governor-General. Featuring Sir Robert Howe, Major-General Sir William Platt, Major-General R.L. Scoones, Qaid of the Sudan Defence Force, Canon Harper, Sir James Robertson, Civil Secretary, Rev. G.H. Martin, A.C. Beaton
SAD.42/2/80
1951 Feb
Bishop O.C. Allison with Fr. Synessious, the Archimandrite of the Greek Orthodox Church, Bishop A. Touannis, Coptic Orthodox Bishop of Khartoum and Southern Sudan, and his chaplain, at the First Diocesan Synod
SAD.42/2/81
1951 Feb
Group attending the First Diocesan Synod. Second row, left to right: Rev G.H. Martin, Rev A.B.H. Riley, unidentified, the Archimandrite of the Greek Orthodox Church, unidentified, Sir Robert Howe, Governor-General, Bishop Gelsthorpe, Bishop Allison, Bishop A. Touannis and his chaplain, next 2 unidentified, Canon Harper
SAD.42/2/82
1954
Sudanese group attending a tea party at Clergy House, Khartoum
SAD.42/2/83
[1955]
The Hon. Mrs M.E. Adams handing keys to Rev. P.A. Hamilton
SAD.42/2/84
1959 Feb 8
Bishop Allison with the Deputy Governor of Juba, after the ordination at Bishop Gwynne College, Mundri
SAD.42/2/85
1959 Feb 8
Group of newly-ordained Sudanese clergymen after a ceremony at Bishop Gwynne College, Mundri. Back row right to left: David Brown, Principal Bishop Gwynne College, Archdeacon Riley and Bishop Allison
SAD.42/2/86
1959 Feb 15
Rev. Campbell MacInnis preaching the sermon at the laying of the foundation stone, All Saints' Cathedral, Juba
SAD.42/2/87-93
1946 Mar 4
Funeral of R.A.F. airman L.A.C. Noble, taken by Rev. George Martin
SAD.42/2/94-97
1962 Dec
Khartoum Cathedral Bazaar
SAD.42/2/98
[1940s]
Audience at outdoor event
SAD.42/2/99
[1940s-1950s]
Family group in a garden in England, Canon Harper seated centre
SAD.42/3/1-8
1900s-1974 Feb 4
Photographs of foundation stones and memorial inscriptions, including:
SAD.42/3/1
[1900s]
Memorial inscription in Khartoum Cathedral for Charles George Gordon
SAD.42/3/2
[1920s]
Forster Monument, Chapel of the Lamp, All Hallows, Barking
SAD.42/3/3
1951 Mar 27
Foundation stone of the Cathedral Hall laid by Sir Robert George Howe, Governor-General of the Sudan to commemorate the sailors, soldiers and airmen of the United Kingdom who served in the Sudan during the Second World War
SAD.42/3/4
1954 Feb 28
Memorial inscription in Khartoum Cathedral for Sir Hubert J. Huddleston (1880-1950)
SAD.42/3/5
1956 Jun 25
War memorial in St. Matthew's Church, Addis Ababa
SAD.42/3/6
1966 Feb 21
Memorial inscription for Rev. Canon B.J. Harper
SAD.42/3/7-8
1974 Feb 4
Memorial inscription for Rev. G.H. Martin, with Arabic translation (colour photographs)
SAD.42/4/1-21
1965 Feb 8-12
Photographs of Queen Elizabeth II's visit to the Sudan, including:
SAD.42/4/1-2
1965
Queen Elizabeth on the steps of the plane after arrival at Khartoum airport
SAD.42/4/3
1965
The Queen riding in an open topped car with President El Tigani El Mahi
SAD.42/4/4
1965
The Queen with President El Tigani El Mahi visiting a cotton ginning factory during her visit to the Sudan
SAD.42/4/5-8
1965
Queen Elizabeth visiting the construction of the Roseires Dam
SAD.42/4/9
1965
Queen Elizabeth meeting a line-up of British and Sudanese dignitaries during her visit to the Sudan
SAD.42/4/10-11
1965
Prince Philip meeting President El Tijani El Mahi
SAD.42/4/12-15
1965
The Queen and Prince Philip at a state dinner
SAD.42/4/16-21
1965
Queen Elizabeth in Khartoum war cemetery
5. Newspaper Cuttings
SAD.47/7/1-33
1920-1968
Newspaper cuttings on a variety of subjects, including letter from E.M.E. Blyth to The Times concerning the Irish famine of 1847 (SAD.47/7/1) the appointment of L.H. Gwynne as Bishop of Egypt and the Sudan (SAD.47/7/2); Martin's health (SAD.47/7/3-4); a robbery at Khartoum Cathedral (SAD.47/7/5); the resignation of Sir Hubert Huddleston (SAD.47/7/6-7); typescript copy of an article in The Economist entitled “Egypt's claim to the Sudan” (SAD.47/7/9); obituaries for Bishop Gwynne in The Times, The Morning News and the West Essex Gazette (SAD.47/6/10-23); the visit of Queen Elizabeth II to the Sudan, from The Morning News (SAD.47/6/24-31); and the resignation of Bishop Gelsthorpe (SAD.47/6/32)
6. Miscellanea
SAD.47/8/1
1910
Certificate awarded to Martin on winning the Scripture Text Competition at St George's Church, Watford
SAD.47/8/2
1912
Invitation to Captain S.S. Butler to attend the consecration ceremony for Khartoum Cathedral
SAD.998/6/1
[1930s]
Framed pencil sketch of the clock tower at All Saints' Cathedral, Khartoum by R.K. [Winter?]
SAD.998/6/2-10
[1930s]
Coloured line drawings, mainly of well-known personalities in the Sudan administration:
SAD.998/6/2
1934
E.G. Sarsfield-Hall, Governor of Khartoum, drawn by Sarsfield-Hall and signed by him
SAD.998/6/3
[1930s]
Sir John Maffey, Governor-General, drawn by E.G. Sarsfield-Hall and signed by Maffey
SAD.998/6/4
1934
Canon Harper, drawn and signed by E.G. Sarsfield-Hall
SAD.998/6/5-6
[1930s]
Bishop Gwynne, SAD.998/6/5 signed by Gwynne
SAD.998/6/7
[1930s]
Sir Harold MacMichael, Civil Secretary
SAD.998/6/8
[1930s]
H.J. Huddleston, Qaid al-`Amm 1924-1935, drawn by E.G. Sarsfield-Hall
SAD.998/6/9
[1930s]
Soldier of the Equatorial Corps
SAD.998/6/10
[1930s]
Soldier of the Sudan Defence Force military band
SAD.47/8/22-30
1937 Jan 1
Copy of a Declaration of Trust between the Governor-General Sir Stewart Symes and the Rt. Rev. Llewellyn Henry Gwynne concerning the management of Gordon Memorial Appeal fund
SAD.47/8/32
1940 Dec
Christmas menu for the Port Sudan Sergeants' Mess dinner, with the signatures of those attending on the reverse
SAD.47/8/33
1941 Aug
Scale of fees for burial in British Protestant cemeteries in Alexandria
SAD.47/8/34
1945
Copy of Sir Douglas Newbold's memorial inscription
SAD.47/8/35-36
1954
Programme for “A Concert of Music” at the Cathedral Hall, Khartoum
SAD.47/8/37-38
1954 Jan
Pantomime programme for a performance of “Robinson Crusoe” at the Sudan Club in Khartoum
SAD.47/9/1-44
1955, 1957-1965
Collection of printed menus for St Andrew's Day dinners organised by the Khartoum Caledonian Society
SAD.47/8/39
[1957]
Poem commemorating the death of Bishop Gwynne
SAD.47/8/40-41
1961 Mar 24
Printed Arabic document
SAD.47/8/42-45
1987 Dec 18
Note on the altar cloth in All Saints' Cathedral, Khartoum, which was made in 1905 by the Leek Embroidery Society, with covering letter from Mr and Mrs E. Bolton to Mrs Lena Martin
7. Printed material
Printed material deposited with collection; now integrated into library and catalogued on OPAC