H. A. MacMichael
Introduction
Harold Alfred MacMichael
Arrangement

Catalogue
1. Papers concerning the Sudan
2. Palestine
3. Personal Papers
4. Diaries and Memoirs
5. Articles, Lectures and Speeches
6. Newspaper Cuttings
7. Photographic Material
8. Maps
9. Museum Objects
10. Miscellanea
11. Printed material
Reference code: GB-0033-SAD
Title: H. A. MacMichael
Dates of creation: 1905-1946
Extent: 5 boxes
Held by: Durham University Library, Archives and Special Collections
Created by: Sir H. A. MacMichael
Language: English

Harold Alfred MacMichael

(1882 - 1969)

1905-1934Sudan Political Service
1905-1906Deputy Inspector, Unattached
1906-1910Deputy Inspector, Kordofan
1910-1912Junior Inspector, Kordofan
1912-1913Junior Inspector, Blue Nile Province
1913-1916Senior Inspector, Khartoum
1915Political Officer, Red Sea Patrol
1916Political Officer, Darfur Expeditionary Force (temporary Captain attached to Egyptian Army), Darfur
1917-1919Sub-Governor, Darfur
1919Attached to Foreign Office for Peace Conference, Paris
1919-1925Assistant Civil Secretary, Khartoum
1925-1934Civil Secretary, Khartoum
1934Retired from Sudan Political Service
1934-1946Foreign Office service
1934-1938Governor and Commander-In-Chief, Tanganyika
1938-1944High Commissioner and Commander-In-Chief, Palestine and Trans-Jordan
1945Special Representive of Her Majesty's Government, Malaya
1946Constitutional Commissioner, Malta


Arrangement

1. Papers concerning the Sudan
2. Palestine
3. Personal papers
4. Diaries and Memoirs
5. Articles, Lectures and Speeches
6. Newspaper Cuttings
7. Photographic Material
8. Maps
9. Museum Objects
10. Miscellanea
11. Printed Material

Accession details

Presented by Sir H. A. MacMichael, 1958 and 1966 and, subsequent to his death, by his wife, Lady MacMichael, 1970

Catalogue
1. Papers concerning the Sudan
SAD.403/6/16-19
1902 Apr
Draft copy of the “Duties of Inspector General” by R. von Slatin and amended by Sir Reginald Wingate
SAD.403/6/1-13
1909 Mar 26 - 1914 May 5
Letters from R. von Slatin to MacMichael regarding: a request for a letter of recommendation for a shaykh (SAD.403/6/1); advice on administration (SAD.403/6/2-3); thoughts on `Ali al-Tum (SAD.403/6/4-6); importing corn (SAD.403/6/7); local notables (SAD.403/6/8-10,12); a request to help in the case of an imprisoned Sudanese man (SAD.403/6/11); a request for a commemorative flag to be hoisted (SAD.403/6/13)
SAD.584/3/1-52
1913 Jun 14 - 1951 Jul 19
Letters from Sir Reginald Wingate to MacMichael, largely on a variety of personal matters, general affairs at home and in the Sudan and family matters, but also regarding: the Darfur -Wadai boundary dispute (SAD.584/3/8-10,13-14,18); Anglo-Egyptian relations over the Sudan (SAD.584/3/11-12,21,24); Gordon Memorial College (SAD.584/3/25); the choice of Sir John Maffey as Governor-General (SAD.584/3/32-33). Also includes a greetings card with a picture of Wingate in Dunbar (SAD.584/3/50-51).
SAD.584/4/1-40
1917 Sept 9 -1920 Feb 16
Correspondence between General Allenby, Sir Reginald Wingate, Lord Curzon, A. T. Loyd and J. M. Stewart relating to an offer of employment in Aden, 1919, which MacMichael did not take up and the Foreign Office, G. F Clayton. R. More and MacMichael concerning possible employment in Egypt, 1920, incluing a letter from MacMichael to the Civil Secretary summarising the various stages in his proposed transfer to Egypt (SAD.584/4/37-39)
SAD.584/5/1-11
1918-1919
Correspondence with R. Vansittart of the Foreign Office regarding MacMichael's attachment to the Foreign Office to participate in the Paris Peace Conference and in particular the Wadai-Darfur boundary dispute negotiations
SAD.403/7/1-2
1919 Mar 26
Note and covering letter from Sir Reginald Wingate to Lord Curzon for a memorandum by Sir Lee Stack on the growth of national aspirations in the Sudan (not present)
SAD.584/6/1-69
1924 Sep 12 - 1938 Nov 22
Correspondence from G. Schuster, Financial Secretary, to MacMichael, with one copy letter from MacMichael to Schuster, on a range of topics including: the crisis in Egypt and the opinions of Prime Minister Ramsay MacDonald (SAD.584/6/2-6); an official from India sent to advise on establishing a separate Intelligence department, a meeting between Husayn al-Khalifa Muhammad Sharif and MacMichael, difficulties in Kassala Province involving C. P. Browne, Sudanese and Egyptian politics and Sa'd Zaghlul (SAD.584/6/7-10); detailed letter recording the various meetings and discussions between Sa'd Zaghlul, the Egyptian Prime Minister and L.O.F. Stack regarding Sudanese / Egyptian relations at the time of the 1924 Mutiny as well as further meetings between Stack and the P. M. MacDonald on the same subject (SAD.584/6/11-18); the political situation in Britain with regard to the Sudan and Egypt, particularly over negotations to expel the Egyptian Army from the Sudan (SAD.584/6/19-22); difficulties in relation to the collection of tribute in Kassala Province (SAD.584/6/23); thanks for MacMichael's congratulations on his recent honour (SAD.584/6/24); discussions with the P. M. Austin Chamberlain on the future of G. F. Archer (then Governor-General of the Sudan) (SAD.584/6/25); the need to maintain confidentiality over the departure of the Governor-General (SAD.584/6/27-29); the UK general strike, dealings with the Colonial Office, meetings with the P.M. and Cabinet to discuss G. F. Archer (SAD.584/6/30-31); trying to set up a meeting with Buckle (SAD.584/6/32); the appointment of F. P. Robinson from the Treasury as Assistant Financial Secretary (SAD.584/6/33); Schuster's personal thoughts on his departure from the Sudan (SAD.584/6/35-36); thanks from Schuster's wife for the farewell party organised by MacMichael (SAD.584/6/37); difficulties of his work in India, bureaucracy in the administration, Indian independence, finance budgets for India and Edward Hilton Young's antipathy towards Schuster (SAD.584/6/39-42); disappointment at the return of an Egyptian battalion to Sudan, criticism of Sir John Maffey's role in the Anglo-Egyptian negiotiations, administration and finance in India and Indian society (SAD.584/6/43-45); visit to Cairo, meeting with Ramsay MacDonald to discuss Sudan and Egypt (SAD.584/6/46-48); copy letter from MacMichael on a trip to Addis Ababa and the political, economic and social situation in Ethiopia (SAD.584/6/49-56); the financial and political situation in India (SAD.584/6/57-59); Sudan and indirect rule, hunting trip to Scotland, trip to Ottawa, the state of the Commonwealth, in particular India, Canada and New Zealand, and Sir Percy Loraine (SAD.584/6/60-63); British administration in India, hunting in India, the possibility of leaving the India Office, recommending Haig for a position in the Sudan (SAD.584/6/64); MacMichael's meeting with the Colonial Development Advisory Committee regarding finances for Tanganyika(SAD.584/6/65-66); proposals to the Colonial Development Advisory Committe relating to Tanganyika (SAD.584/6/67); the election of Schuster as a Liberal National Party MP for Walsall (SAD.584/6/68)
SAD.403/7/17-35
1924 Sep 24 - 1931 Feb 6
Memorandum on the future status of the Sudan and proposals for a British protectorate, by MacMichael: draft (SAD.403/7/17-25) and final version (SAD.403/7/26-35)
SAD.584/7/1-11
1926 - 1938 Mar 18
Correspondence from Lord Lloyd to MacMichael regarding: postal and telegram services in the Sudan and Egypt (SAD.584/7/2); Captain R. C. R. Whalley's imminent arrival in the Sudan (SAD.584/7/3-4); the imminent arrival of Julian Ward, nephew of the 4th Earl of Dudley, to visit the Sudan Plantations Syndicate at Barakat (SAD.584/7/5); thanking MacMichael for his kindness with regard to Julian Ward and Captain R. C. R. Whalley, news of Whalley's appointment at Maji and finances in the Sudan (SAD.584/7/6); congratulations to MacMichael on his appointment to Palestine (SAD.584/7/7); Lord Lloyd's support for MacMichael (SAD.584/7/8); thanking MacMichael for his hospitality in Jerusalem, trip to Baghdad via Amman and the difficult situation in Palestine (SAD.584/7/10-11)
SAD.584/8/1-91
1927-1960
Correspondence from Sir John Maffey to MacMichael, covering the period when Maffey was Governor-General and MacMichael was Civil Secretary and continuing through MacMichael's service in Tanganyika and Palestine, largely regarding the Sudan and family news. Topics include: Maffey's decision to consider a newly-married District Commissioner for Darfur and the fostering of closer links with the Hadanduwah at Erkowit (SAD.584/8/2-3); the need for first rate political officers in the Three Towns to deal with problems arising from the growth of the intelligentsia (SAD.584/8/4); assessment of the system of devolved justice at Abwong and Fanjak and the unsustainability of the Powers of Sheikhs Ordinance to deal with crime in the Upper Nile Province (SAD.584/8/5); negotiations in Cairo with the High Commisioner (SAD.584/8/6,16-17); MacMichael's health (SAD.584/8/7-8); the failure of patrol S8 in Upper Nile Province to capture the Nuer leader Gwek and Willis' wish to persist (SAD.584/8/13-15); arrangements for Lord Lloyd's Sudan tour, Maffey's tour of Darfur and the death of McNeill at Nyala (SAD.584/8/18-19); the Nuer settlement and the issue of subsidies and active support for mission education in the south (SAD.584/8/20); negotiations in Cairo and Sudanese resentment of the employment of British wives for typing work (SAD.584/8/21-22); MacMichael regarding the Egyptian assertion of sovereignty over the Sudan and the failure of the treaty negotiations in 1930 (SAD.584/3/23); the difficulty of Maffey's discussions with the High Commissioner in Cairo over treaty negotiations (SAD.584/8/24-28); criticism of E. G. Sarsfield-Hall (SAD.584/8/29); settlement of the dispute with Loraine, the High Commissioner over the constitutional position with regard to the High Commissioner's powers in Sudan (SAD.584/8/32-34); the impossibility of employing a married private secretary and discussions at the Treasury on the financial situation in the Sudan (SAD.584/8/36-38); congratulations on MacMichael's K. C.M. G. (SAD.584/8/39); improvement in the price of cotton and steps taken to deal with rabies in Blue Nile Province (SAD.584/8/40-43); the effects of a tornado in Khartoum, MacMichael's underestimation of the possible force of Egyptian propaganda on the Sudanese intellgentsia and his views on southern education (SAD.584/8/44-47); postponement of the Jabal Auliya dam (SAD.584/8/48-49); the replacement of Percy Loraine by Miles Lampson as High Commissioner for Egypt (SAD.584/8/52-53); criticism of the Agriculture Department and the possibility of an opening for MacMichael at the Foreign Office (SAD.584/8/54-55); the appointment of Symes as Governor-General, the establishment of the right of the Governor-General to communicate direct with the Foreign Office and the decision to discourage tours of the Sudan by the High Commissioner (SAD.584/8/56-58); from Maffey's new post in the Colonial Office regarding MacMichael's appointment as Governor of Tanganyika (SAD.584/8/59); neglect of Government House in Dar-es-Salaam and the poor cotton crop in the Sudan (SAD.584/8/60-61); the situation in Europe and the appointment of Eden as Foreign Secretary (SAD.584/8/62-63); MacMichael's appointment as High Commissioner for Palestine (SAD584/8/65-66); a visit to Palestine by the American journalist R. H. Knickerbocker who had been thrown out of Germany by Hitler (SAD.584/8/67); life in Dublin and news of family fortunes during the war (SAD.584/8/68); the political crisis in Egypt in 1952 and the cancellation of the Condominium agreement (SAD.584/8/69-70); views on Sudan Government policy towards Sayyid `Abd al-Rahman al-Mahdi and Sayyid 'Ali al-Mirghani (SAD.584/8/71); a letter written by MacMichael to The Times (SAD.584/8/72-73); the final illness of Bishop L. H. Gywnne (SAD.584/8/75); asking MacMichael's help to draft a speech for the unveiling of a Sudan memorial tablet to be unveiled at Westminster Abbey and a typescript circular with a note from D.M.H Evans asking for subscriptions towards the costs of the tablet (SAD.584/8/76-78); administration of the Sudan memorial ceremony at Westminster Abbey and Maffey's concerns about making an address at the event, including a draft paragraph for Maffey's speech by MacMichael and letters from D.M.H. Evans (SAD.584/8/79-91)
SAD.586/1/52-55
1928 May 10
Memorandum by MacMichael entitled “Arabic and the Southern Sudan” (photocopy)
SAD.403/7/36-56
1932 Sep 10 - Oct 13
Memorandum by MacMichael entitled “The attitude of the Sudanese towards Egypt, 1905-1932” with acknowledgement of receipt from R. Vansittart (Permanent Under Secretary of State for Foreign Affairs, Foreign Office), congratulating MacMichael on the quality of his memorandum
SAD.403/10/2-95
1947 Feb 10 - 1954 Apr
Papers relating to the Sudan after the period of MacMichael's service there had ended, including: letter from R. C. Mayall enclosing copies of the Sudan clauses of the 1936 treaty with Egypt (SAD.403/10/2-5); notes regarding Port Sudan and population statistics for the Sudan (SAD.403/10/6-7); letter from R. C. Mayall regarding self-determination for the Sudan, with extracts from the verbatim records of the meetings of the Security Council in New York entitled “The right of self-determination for the Sudan” (SAD.403/10/8-14); letter from R. W. Munro with financial statistics relating to the Sudan (SAD.403/10/15); a Swedish correspondent's impressions of the Sudan from Public Relations Bulletin No.265, with newspaper cutting from The Times (SAD.403/10/16-24); list of tribes of the Sudan (SAD.403/10/25-41); reports sent by J. W. Robertson, Civil Secretary, on “Law and order. Kassala Province 1939-50” and “Law and order in Upper Nile Province” and “The war as it affected Upper Nile Province” by P.B. Broadbent, 1953 (SAD.403/10/42-46); note on Egypt's financial contribution to the Sudan, 1953 (SAD.403/10/47); letter from C. G. Davies with Sudan Defence Force statistics, 1953 (SAD.403/10/48-49); letter from R. C Mayall with list of elected members of the Senate and a list of candidates for the House of Representatives, 1953 (SAD.403/10/50-66);copy of Background to Sudan News on “The new Sudanese Goverment” (SAD.403/10/67-76); biographies of members of the House Representatives and the Senate, 1954 (SAD.403/10/77-95)
SAD.403/13/1-7
1947 May 19 - 1952
Cotton crop figures and statistics for the Sudan for 1945-1946 (SAD.403/13/1) and draft ms copy of a report on the Gezira Irrigation Scheme by G. F. Bredin (SAD.403/13/2-7)
SAD.585/1/1-24
1952-1953
Letters from Lord Killearn to MacMichael regarding questions and statements in Parliament over the Sudan Agreement of 1953 to allow a transition from the Condominium to independence, his views on The Times versus The Telegraph and discussing R. G. Vanisittart, Permanent Under-Secretary at the Foreign Office and A. Eden, Foreign Secretary; draft letters from MacMichael to Miles Lampson on the same subject (SAD.585/1/15,17)
2. Palestine
SAD.584/9/1-17
1938 Jul 9 - 19
Correspondence from Sir W. Battershill, Chief Secretary to the Government of Palestine, to MacMichael, at this point High Commisioner of Palestine, discussing the administration of Palestine
3. Personal Papers
SAD.585/2/1-31
1905 Jun - 1923 Oct
Letters from A. C. Benson, Master of Magdalene College Cambridge, to MacMichael regarding: an invitation to dinner before departure his for the Sudan (SAD.585/2/2-5); news of the college sports' teams and general college news (SAD.585/2/6-7); the death of MacMichael's father and college news (SAD.585/2/8-9); a trip to Penzance, long meetings, recent reading and indexing books (SAD.585/2/10-11); invitation for dinner on his trip back to England (SAD.585/2/12-13); suggested publication title (SAD585/2/14); coal workers' strikes and college news (SAD.585/2/15-18); trip to Woodhall Spa, democracy and the right to vote (SAD.585/2/19-20); democracy (SAD.585/2/21-22); arranging to meet (SAD.585/2/23-24); Christmas news and reference to the son of Robert Peel (former Prime Minister) in Lord Melbourne's autobiography (SAD.585/2/25-26); succeeding S.A. Donaldson as Master of Magdalene College, the first world war and its effect on the college (SAD.585/2/27-28); invitation to join the [Alumni?] Association (SAD.585/2/29); the French (SAD.585/2/30)
SAD.578/4/1-76
1905 Sep - Dec
Photocopies of letters home from MacMichael regarding his journey to the Sudan, time spent in Egypt, arrival in the the Sudan and early training. Includes descriptions of: the journey from Dover to Calais, to Paris by train and on to Marseilles, and on the S.S. Atbara via the Mediterranean passing the recently erupted volcano at Stromboli to Port Said (SAD.578/4/3-5); arrival at Port Said and by train to Cairo (SAD.578/4/6-10); buying outdoor supplies and souvenirs, sightseeing, including two funeral processions and general impressions of Cairo (SAD.578/4/11-13); visiting museums, the zoo, the pyramids at Giza and the sphinx, general conditions in Cairo, in particular the heat and expenses (SAD.578/4/14-17); journey from Cairo to Khartoum, on a train via Luxor and Shellal and from there on to a steamboat, passing the temples at Abu Simbel and on to Wadi Halfa, and from there by train to Khartoum, as well as the housing provided, finding a servant, the social club and training to be undertaken (SAD.578/4/18-26); mounting expenses, surveying work and the weather (SAD.578/4/27-29); dust storms, surveying work, church and impressions of local people (SAD.578/4/30-34); observing court cases and the social club (SAD.578/4/35-37); training at the criminal courts, daily routine, Ramadan and a trip to Omdurman to stay in the Khalifa's former residence (SAD.578/4/38-42); covering for the acting Governor at Omdurman, interesting cases observed in court, meeting Slatin Pasha and accommodation (SAD.578/4/43-45); the arrival of the wives of British officials, King's Day celebrations and listening to cases at the Court of Civil Justice (SAD.578/4/46-48); observing the courts, eating arrangements, trip to the rifle range and filtering drinking water (SAD. 578/4/49-51); dinner with Slatin (SAD.578/4/52-54); official reception for notables, a cricket match, request for supplies, gossip at dinner and toilet arrangements (SAD.578/4/55-59); working under the Civil Judge, buying a horse and choosing a province (SAD.578/4/60-62); Christmas in the Sudan, working under the Civil Judge and problems with sand flies (SAD.578/4/63-65); working under the Legal Secretary, equipment needed for his eventual posting and playing cricket and squash (SAD.578/4/66-68); Kordofan Province and mention of Sultan `Ali Dinar (SAD.578/4/69-71); the death of his father and equipment to be bought for posting toKordofan (SAD.578/4/72-73); preparing for the journey to El Obeid and posting in Kordofan (SAD.578/4/74-76)
SAD.585/2/32-49
1926 Mar - 1932 Feb
Letters to MacMichael from R. von Slatin regarding the Governor-General's visit to Aba Island and opening of the Sennar Dam (SAD.585/2/33), introductions, personal news, gratitude for kindnesses shown during his recent visit to the Sudan and impressions gained (SAD.585/2/37-40), a planned visit to the Sudan by Count Lazlo Hunyady (SAD.585/2/41-43), Anglo-Egyptian negotiations, 1929 |(SAD.585/2/44), Christmas greetings and congratulations on MacMichael's knighthood (SAD.585/2/47)
SAD.403/6/20
1931 Dec
Christmas card from R. von Slatin to the MacMichaels containing a photograph of Slatin
SAD.585/3/1-18
1932 Jan - 1938 Apr
Letters from Emil Ludwig, author of The Nile, regarding: travel plans to the Sudan and other parts of East Africa (SAD.585/3/2-3), Egyptian independence (SAD.585/3/4-7); MacMichael's publications, Ludwig's book on the Nile and a request for MacMichael to write a preface (SAD.585/3/8-10); invitation to stay with Ludwig in Switzerland (SAD.585/3/11-12); Ludwig's book and a request for MacMichael's advice (SAD.585/3/13-14); F. D. Roosevelt and Germany (SAD.585/3/15-16); Ludwig's publication and the impending war (SAD.585/3/17); MacMichael's appointment to Palestine and sales of The Nile (SAD.585/3/18)
SAD.585/3/22-29
1933 Dec 5 - 1949
Letters from Bishop L. H. Gwynne to MacMichael and one to Lady MacMichael regarding personal matters as well as references to work in relation to the Sudan, Egypt and Palestine, including: farewell letter following MacMichael's appointment as Governor-General of Tanganyika (SAD.585/3/22); MacMichael's appointment as High Commissioner of Palestine (SAD.585/3/23); description of Gwynne's new house and invitation to MacMichael to visit (SAD.585/3/24); conditions in the Sudan and Egypt during the Second World War and news from the Sudan Political Service (SAD.585/3/25); news from Egypt and the Sudan during the Second World War (SAD.585/3/26); news of the new Governor-General (H. J. Huddleston) in the Sudan and comments about his predecessor's (G. S. Symes) time in charge during the Second World War, as well as news of the war in the Sudan and Abyssinia (SAD.585/3/27); to Lady MacMichael, suggesting that MacMichael should be appointed Governor-General of the Sudan (SAD.585/3/28)
SAD.585/3/19-20
1938 May 12
Thank you letter to MacMichael from Eduoard Herriot President of the Chamber of Deputies
SAD.585/3/30
1939 Sep 27
Letter from L. S. Amery, former Secretary of State for Dominion Affairs, to MacMichael regarding his son's career and his opinions on Palestine
SAD.585/3/31-34
1940 Aug 16 - 1948 Jan 20
Two letters from King Abdallah of Trans-Jordan, one a covering letter for a recipe for almond drink, the other a greetings letter, with translation into English
Arabic
SAD.585/3/36-44
1941 Jun 10 - 1944 Aug 10
Letters from Sir K. Cornwallis, Ambassador in Iraq, to MacMichael regarding: the situation in Iraq during the Second World War following the Anglo-Iraq war (SAD.585/3/37); plans for a holiday in Palestine (SAD.585/3/38); staying in touch about Syria and Arab policy (SAD.585/3/39-40); Cornwallis's plans to visit Palestine for recuperation following an episode of spontaneous pneumothorax (SAD.585/3/41); book by the crime writer, Peter Cheyney (SAD.585/3/42); an assassination attempt on MacMichael (SAD.585/3/43)
SAD.585/3/45-46
1942 Jan 20 - 1944 Sep 6
Letter from General G. Catroux (Commander-in-Chief of the Free French Forces) to MacMichael, thanking him for his hospitality (SAD.585/3/45) and telegram thanking MacMichael for the statuette of Napolean (SAD.585/3/46)
French
SAD.586/2/18
1949 Feb 11
Draft letter from MacMichael to The Times regarding the future administration of Jerusalem
SAD.586/2/86
1952 Mar 24
Letter from Colonel Archer Cust, Secretary General of the Royal Empire Society, to MacMichael asking for his comments on a speech by Sir Hugh Dow entitled “Palestine after Mandate”
SAD.586/4/1-3
1954 Mar 29 - Apr 25
Correspondence to MacMichael from W. N. Allan, W. H. T. Luce and P. Clark regarding MacMichael's book The Sudan as well as: riots in Khartoum (SAD.586/4/1); and news of the Sudan and Egypt (SAD.586/4/2-3)
4. Diaries and Memoirs
SAD.586/5/1-128
1894 - 1934 Jan 17
Personal scrapbook, largely consisting of newspaper cuttings but including other items, covering MacMichael's early years and school career as well as his time in the Sudan and Tanganyika, including:
SAD.586/5/1
1899 Apr 2
MacMichael's confirmation certifcate from the the Bishop of Ely
SAD.586/5/2-3
1903 Mar 11
Invitation for MacMichael to a fencing competition between Oxford and Cambridge and a dinner, with a list of the participants, the dinner menu and signatures of those taking part
SAD.586/5/4
1916 May 27
Front page of The Sudan Times issue no. 1268
SAD.586/5/5-11
1895-1896
Drawings and sketches, including a prize winning entry, by MacMichael during his time at Walpole Rectory in Wisbeach, Norfolk. Some of the drawings are from newspaper cuttings whilst others appear to be originals. The drawings include anthropomorphic images of a cat, a weasel entitled “The penitent sinner”, an owl, a toad entitled “Anthony Rowley” and an ogre.
SAD.586/5/12-13
1894-1898
Newspaper cuttings from the Sheffield Weekly, Lynn Advertiser and Church Family of drawings by MacMichael or mentions for exemplary exam results and schoolwork
SAD.586/5/14
1900 Oct 5
Picture postcard of the Hotel Bristol in Arosa, Switzerland, sent to Reverend C. MacMichael
SAD.586/5/15-16
1954
Two pages from Bedford School's magazine The Ousel, with picture of staff from 1887
SAD.586/5/17-18
1899-1901
Newspaper cuttings recording MacMichael's Oxford and Cambridge Higher Certificate examination results, the results of house races at Bedford Grammar School in the Bedford Mercury and his appointment as full monitor with monitor timetables
SAD.586/5/19
[ca.1894-1901]
Cartoons by MacMichael
SAD.586/5/20-25,28
1901-1904
Newspaper and magazine cuttings from The Ousel, the Bedford Mercury, The Times, The Globe, the Wisbech Advertiser, Sportsmen, and Sporting Life regarding MacMichael's sporting endeavours (fencing, boxing, athletics and rugby) at school and Cambridge University, invitations to sports events and fixture lists, including picture of the boxing and fencing team at Bedford Grammar School and MacMichael running in a half-mile race
SAD.586/5/26-27
1904 Jun 17
Notice of degree results for Cambridge University, with MacMichael having obtained First Class honours
SAD.586/5/27r
1904
Newspaper cutting regarding the Egyptian Civil Service
SAD.586/5/28
1904 Jul - Sep
Newspaper cuttings from The Times and The Ousel regarding MacMichael's appointment to the Egyptian or Sudan Civil Service
SAD.586/5/28r-30
1905 Jun 3
Three printed copies of class list of probationers' exam results in Arabic text, MacMichael having earned First Class honours
SAD.586/5/31
1911 Feb 14
Letter of acceptance into the Conservative Club
SAD.586/5/32
1955 Oct - Dec
Cutting of a photograph from the Sudan Diocesan Review of “The consecration of All Saints Cathedral Khartoum January 25th 1912”. For details of those in the photogrpah see SAD.7/31/1 in the Wingate Collection.
SAD.586/5/33
1905 Dec 12 - 20
Letter from MacMichael informing the Civil Secretary of his preference to serve in Dongola, Kassala or Kordofan provinces and reply informing MacMichael of his selection as Deputy Inspector for Kordofan Province
SAD.586/5/34
1905 Jun - 1907 Mar
Newspaper cuttings of notices from the Sudan Gazette and Sudan Times regarding MacMichael's appointment as Deputy Inspector, his pass marks in both Law and Arabic examinations and notification of his being granted the powers of a first class magistrate
SAD.586/5/35r
1907 Oct 17
Newspaper cutting from the Sudan Times regarding the El Obeid Autumn Meeting
SAD.586/5/36-39
1910 Jan 13 - 1913 Dec 27
Newspaper cuttings from the Sudan Times, the Sudan Herald, the Near East, The Times, the Westminster Gazzette, the Saturday Review , the Oxford and Cambridge Review, Nature, Geographischer Literaturbericht and the Bulletin of the American Geographical Society regarding MacMichael's promotion to Junior Inspector and reviews of his publications, in particular The Tribes of Northern and Central Kordofan
SAD.586/5/39r-40
1912 Feb 16 - 1913 Nov 6
Newspaper cuttings from The Times, the Pall Mall Gazette, Near East, and the Globe regarding camels, including a letter by MacMichael to The Times, and concerning the water supply and agriculture in Sudan
SAD.586/5/41
1915 Jun - 1916 Mar
Cuttings of notices regarding MacMichael's time in the Sudan including decorations and honours received from Sudan Times, Near East and The Times
SAD.586/5/42
1916 Oct 26
Newspaper cutting from the Morning Post concerning the Darfur campaign and including General Wingate's despatch
SAD.586/5/42r-44
1916 Oct 18 - 1919 Jun 13
Cuttings from the Sudan Times, Sudan Church Notes, the Cambridge Review, the Egyptian Gazette, The Times, the London Gazette and Near East of notices of promotions, honours and decorations awarded to MacMichael, as well as news of his engagement and MacMichael's temporary pass as part of the British delegation to the Peace Conference in Paris in 1919 to enter and leave the Hotel Majestic and Hotel Astoria
SAD.586/5/44r-45
1919 Jun 7 - 21
Reprint from the Balham and Tooting News, and cuttings from the Lincoln Echo and Lincolnshire Chronicle regarding MacMichael's marriage, with photograph of the newly-weds from Ladies Pictorial
SAD.586/5/45r-46
1919 Jun 7 - 1920 Nov 13
Cuttings from The Times, the Sudan Times, and the Daily Mirror of notices regarding MacMichael's time in the Sudan and including a photograph of Sudanese notables visiting London to proclaim their loyalty
SAD.586/5/47
1919 Aug 29
Typescript copy letter from E. H. Allenby regarding a recent deputation of Sudanese notables to London
SAD.586/5/48-62
1920 - 1923 Jan
Cuttings from Who's Who, the Cambridge Bulletin, the Times Literary Supplement, the Egyptian Gazette, the Sudan Times, the Weekly Westminster Gazette, the Morning Post, The Spectator, the Sudan Herald, The Near East, the Scotsman, the Glasgow Herald, The Ousel and Geography Journal, largely of reviews of MacMichael's A History of the Arabs in the Sudan, as well as typescript draft of a review to be printed in Sudan Notes and Records. Also includes some notices from MacMichael's time in the Sudan.
SAD.586/5/63-64
1919 Jun 3
Two souvenir knapkins from MacMichael's wedding to Nesta Stephens
SAD.586/5/65
1895
Picture postcard of Schloss Rheinstein, sent by MacMichael to Ernest MacMichael
SAD.586/5/66
[ca.1920-1923]
Calling card of Orientalist Carlo Conti Rossini
SAD.586/5/67
1898
MacMichael's Scripture Union membership card
SAD.586/5/68
[ca.1930 Oct]
Souvenir leaflet from Ethiopia with advice and tips for tourists and including photographs and a map
French
SAD.586/5/69-70
[ca.1920-1923]
Draft review of A History of the Arabs in the Sudan, by Orientalist Carlo Conti Rossini
SAD.586/5/71
1929
Cutting from unidentified newspaper regarding the death of `Abdallah Gadalla and recounting an episode when he broke MacMichael's pencil during an argument
SAD.586/5/72-80
1916 Mar - 1929 Jan 26
Newspaper cuttings from the Sudan Times and The Times on the Darfur campaign in 1916 and a letter from George Sherridorff thanking MacMichael for lending him the clippings
SAD.586/5/81-86
1919 Jun 07 - 1922 Jun
Newspaper cutting from the Lincoln Gazette regarding MacMichael's marriage and reviews of A History of the Arabs from the Near East, Nature and the Spectator
SAD.586/5/86r
1923 Jan 31 - 1923 May 30
Cuttings from the Sudan Times, Debrett and Who's Who regarding the results of a tennis tournament in the Sudan, bibliographic entries about MacMichael and his appointment as Acting Civil Secretary
SAD.586/5/87-92
1923 Jan - May 12
Cuttings from the English Historical Review, Yale Divinity News, Studi Orientali and the New York Evening Post of reviews of A History of the Arabs in the Sudan, including a review by Carlo Conto Rossini in Italian
SAD.586/5/92r
1923 May 11 - 14
Typescript copy extract from the minutes of the 187th meeting of the Governor-General's Council, calling attention to MacMichael's hard work
SAD.586/5/93
1925 Nov 6
Typescript copy letter from A. B. B. Howell informing MacMichael of his authorisation to represent the Sudan Government at the Darfur-Wadai boundary negotiations
SAD.586/5/93r-96
1923 Oct 9 - 1927 Jun 3
Cuttings from The Times, the Sudan Government Gazette, The Geographical Review, the Sudan Times, the Derby Daily Express, the Sudan Herald and The Sudan Directory regarding the Anglo-French Protocol and the settlement of the boundary between Sudan and French Equatorial Africa, notices of honours awarded to MacMichael and his appointment as Acting Civil Secretary, reviews of his publication A History of the Arabs in the Sudan and a copy letter from George Schuster approving pay increases for MacMichael and J. D. Craig
SAD.586/5/96r
1927 May 26
Letter from Austen Chamberlain informing MacMichael of his appointment by King George V to the Order of St Michael and St George
SAD.586/5/97-107
1928 Jan 21 - 1930 Jun
Cuttings from the Sudan Herald,Who's Who, The Times, The Journal of the Royal Asiatic Society, The Near East and India, the Egyptian Gazette, the Sudan Government Gazette, The Times and The Ousel including notices of honours received by MacMichael as well as articles regarding a lecture by MacMichael entitled Arabs in the Sudan, MacMichael's mother's death and subsequent funeral, and the death of W. P Holland, with an obituary written by MacMichael
SAD.586/5/107r-110
1930 Oct - Nov
Cuttings from the Sudan Daily Herald, The Times and an unidenitfied French paper regarding the Abyssinian coronation as well as a seating plan for dining and accommodation arrangements onboard H.M.S Effingham, a photograph from the Daily Telegraph of the British delegation to the coronation including Sir Harold Kittermaster (Governor of Somaliland); Sir S. Barton (Duke of Gloucester); Sir John Maffey (Governor-General of the Sudan); Rear Admiral E. J. A. Fullerton and MacMichael, and invitations to MacMichael to various dinners during his stay in Addis Ababa for the coronation
SAD.586/5/110r-112
1931 Jun - 1932 Mar
Cuttings from the Sudan Government Gazette, The Times, the Sudan Herald, the Isle of Ely and Wisbech Advertiser, the Sudan Daily Herald, The Ousel, and Debrett of notices of honours received by MacMichael as well as a letter from John Simon to inform MacMichael of his appointment by King George V as a Knight Commander of the Order of St Michael and St George as part of the New Year's Honours
SAD.586/5/112r
1932 May - Jun
Invitation to the Old Bedfordians' dinner with cutting of the seating plan and article about the dinner from The Ousel
SAD.586/5/113-114
1932 Jan 4
Request from the National Portrait Gallery for MacMichael to have his portrait taken by a photographer for their collections
SAD.586/5/115
1932 Oct 15
Letter from R. Campbell, Acting High Commisioner of Egypt, informing MacMichael of the principal Secretary of State's gratitude for his study of the relations between Egypt and the Sudan
SAD.586/5/116-122
1932 Aug - 1934 Jan
Cuttings from the Sudan Daily Herald, the Sudan Government Gazette, the Evening Standard, The Times, the Egyptian Gazette, East Africa, The Ousel, the Natai Advertiser, the Sphinx, and Le Soir regarding Sir John Maffey's retirement, MacMichael's appointment as acting Governor-General and his eventual replacement by G. S. Symes, as well as MacMichael's appointment as Governor and Commander-in-Chief of Tanganyika, with a copy of his commission and excerpts from his farewell speech
SAD.586/5/123-124
1913 Nov 06
Two copies of features from the Manchester Guardian regarding agriculture, recreation and transport in the Sudan, with a map of the Nile valley showing Railways and Steamers routes
SAD.586/5/125
1882 Oct 18
Photograph by the Cantuar Photographic Co. in Kent of a cutting from The Times with news of MacMichael's birth
SAD.586/5/126-128
1934 Jan 3 - 17
Cuttings from the Isle of Ely Advertiser, The Times, and the Morning Post regarding MacMichael's appointment as Governor and Commander-in-Chief of Tanganyika as well as his attendance at a luncheon with Princess Marie Louise and other guests
SAD.578/5/1-161
1895 Sep 01 - 1934 Jan 17
Photocopy of the personal scrapbook above (SAD.586/5/1-128)
SAD.585/4-585/12
1906-1914
Diaries covering MacMichael's service as a Deputy and Junior Inspector in Kordofan, Junior Inspector in Blue Nile Province and Senior Inspector in Khartoum, including the early stages of the First World War. Each diary contains brief entries for most days with the minutiae of his everyday life and comments on his work, court cases, personal and social life, the weather, and recording of letters received and sent.
SAD.585/4/1-383
1906
Personal diary, content as above
SAD.585/5/1-201
1907
Personal diary, content as above
SAD.585/6/1-195
1908
Personal diary, content as above
SAD.585/7/1-191
1909
Personal diary, content as above
SAD.585/8/1-191
1910
Personal diary, content as above
SAD.585/9/1-191
1911
Personal diary, content as above
SAD.585/10/1-189
1912
Personal diary, content as above
SAD.585/11/1-185
1913
Personal diary, content as above
SAD.585/12/1-155
1914
Personal diary, content as above
SAD.294/18/23-24
[ca.1965-1966]
Reminiscences of Kordofan in 1906, covering MacMichael's early experiences in the area, including a massacre at Talodi and the resulting punitive patrol under the Governor, Major J.R. O'Connell, and a complicated court case involving the chief holyman of El Obeid, Said al-Makki, a suspected Mahdist sympathiser, who claimed that some of the prisoners taken by O'Connell were slaves belonging to him. The case required Sir Reginald Wingate, R. von Slatin and Major Ravenscroft of the Anti-Slavery Department to adjudicate.
5. Articles, Lectures and Speeches
SAD.586/1/1-20
[ca.1923]
Photocopy of a draft article by MacMichael on “Indirect rule for pagan communities”
SAD.586/1/44-47
[ca.1924]
Photocopy from an unknown publication of an extract from Bulletin de Legislation et de Jurisprudence Egyptiennes , 1 December 1910, entitled “Tribunal Mixte du Caire”
SAD.586/1/48-51
[ca.1924]
Photocopy of a draft article by MacMichael on 19th century Sudanese history
SAD.403/7/57-65
1924
Draft article (unused) by MacMichael regarding the status of the Sudan, intended for publication at the time of the Egypt-Sudan negotiations, with attached letter to E.C. Midwinter on the same subject and discussing the draft
SAD.586/4/9-18
[ca.1940 - 1960]
Photocopy of article by MacMichael entitled “Principles of education in Tropical Africa”
SAD.586/2/1-17
1947 - 1948 Apr
Typescript of address by MacMichael entitled “The problem of the Anglo-Egyptian Sudan”, given to the Royal Empire Society in London in 1947 and in Bristol in April of 1948
SAD.586/2/19
1949 Aug 17
Printed version of a speech by MacMichael from The London Rotarian entitled “The Middle East”, given at the Rotary Club of London
SAD.585/2/20-35
1949 Nov
Two sets of ms. notes for an after dinner talk at the Athenaeum on economic development
SAD.586/2/36-45
1949 Nov 25 - 1950 Feb 12
Ms. notes by MacMichael for a talk on Palestine at the English Speaking Union in Canterbury and Bristol
SAD.586/2/49-57
1950 Dec 13
Ms. notes for a speech by MacMichael entitled “Some aspects of colonial development in Africa”, to be given to Faversham United Nations Association
SAD.586/2/58-63
1951 Aug 31
Ms. notes for an address to be given by MacMichael at the memorial service for King Abdallah Ibn Husain at the Islamic Cultural Centre
SAD.586/2/64
1951 Sep 21
Ms. notes for a speech by MacMichael at Herne Bay Rotary Club on unrest and Anglophobia
SAD.586/2/65-73
1951 Nov 14
Ms. notes by MacMichael for a speech at Canterbury United Nations Asssociation on impressions of the Middle East
SAD.586/2/74-80
1952 Feb 14
Ms. notes by MacMichael for a speech on Jerusalem at the Royal Empire Society
SAD.586/2/81-85
1952 Mar 7
Script for a BBC broadcast written by MacMichael entitled “The Anglo-Egyptian Sudan”, with related letter from Gordon Waterfield, Head of Eastern Service
SAD.586/2/87-91
1952 Apr 4
Ms. notes by MacMichael for a talk at Wye Agricultural College about his experiences as an administrator in the Sudan
SAD.586/3/1-8
1952 Jul 7 - 1953 Mar
Draft entry for Sir H. J. Huddleston for the Dictionary of National Biography, with related correspondence from E. T. Williams, the editor
SAD.586/4/4-7
1955 Mar - Dec
Article by MacMichael about Sir Alec Kirkbridge, former British Ambassador to Libya for the Central Office of Information and letter from Kirkbridge to MacMichael regarding the article
SAD.586/4/8
1957 Dec
Review by MacMichael of J. S. R. Duncan's The Sudan's path to Independence
6. Newspaper Cuttings
SAD.403/6/14-15
[ca.1909 - 1914]
Caricature of R. von Slatin captioned “Salatin”, which appeared in Vanity Fair in 1899 with cutting about his capture by the Mahdi and eventual escape
SAD.403/10/1
1933 Jan 26
Title page from The Times Literary Supplement containing an article about the life of General Gordon
SAD.586/6/2
1948 May 2
Article by MacMichael from the Sunday Chronicle entitled “A stalemate may starve out the Jews”
SAD.403/10/24
1952 Apr 7
Newspaper cutting from The Times regarding the cotton crop in the Sudan
SAD.586/6/3-4
1953 Jan 3
Article from The Illustrated London News entitled “Insurance against Egyptian famine: Nile engineering works”
SAD.586/6/5
1953 Jan 19
Cartoon from Punch entitled “For Sudan civil servants”
SAD.586/6/6
1956 Aug 18
Letter from H.E. Hurst and R.P. Black from The Times entitled “Using Nile Waters”
SAD.586/6/7
1956 Oct 27
Article from The Illustrated London News entitled “The sources of the Blue and White Nile: a map illustrating Egypt's urgent water supply problem which requires international financial aid and co-operation for it's solution”
SAD.586/6/8
1959 May 28
Article from the Daily Telegraph entitled “Nasser and the Nile: a case for international action”
SAD.586/6/9-11
1959 Nov 9
Two articles from The Times entitled “New Nile pact signed” and “A good beginning”
SAD.586/2/46-48
1960 Jul 2
3 copies of a review by MacMichael in the Sunday Times of The Memoirs of King Abdullah of Transjordan, 1938-44, ed. by Philip Graves
7. Photographic Material
SAD.587/1/1-266
1905-1932
Album of black and white photographs of Sudan (mostly Khartoum and Kordofan), Egypt, Budapest, a holiday in Turkey and a holiday in Germany:
SAD.587/1/1
1905
Badawin family standing next to a camel laden with baggage, possibly Egypt (reprinted from a postcard)
SAD.587/1/2
1932 Jun
View of a habub (sand-storm) from the roof of the Governor-General's Palace, Khartoum
SAD.587/1/3
1905-1908
Colour picture of Elizabeth Bridge in Budapest (now re-built), possibly a lithograph
SAD.587/1/4-5
[ca. 1905]
Statue of King Chephren, of the 4th Egyptian dynasty, displayed in Cairo Museum
SAD.587/1/6
[ca. 1905]
Mummified body of King Rameses II, of the 14th Egyptian dynasty, displayed in Cairo Museum
SAD.587/1/7
[ca. 1905]
Pyramids at Giza
SAD.587/1/8
[ca. 1905]
Sphinx, with pyramids of Giza in the background
SAD.587/1/9
[ca. 1905]
Mummified body displayed in Cairo Museum
SAD.587/1/10-11,13
1905
Temple of Rameses II at Abu Simbel, viewed from the Nile
SAD.587/1/12
1905
Temple at Abu Simbel, viewed from the Nile
SAD.587/1/14
[ca. 1905]
Street houses in the Arab Quarter of Cairo
SAD.587/1/15
[ca. 1905]
Water sellers in a Cairo street
SAD.587/1/16-17
[ca. 1905]
Village on the bank of the Nile, between Aswan and Wadi Halfa
SAD.587/1/18-20
[ca. 1905]
Saqiyah on the bank of the Nile, between Aswan and Wadi Halfa
SAD.587/1/21
[ca. 1905]
Trans-desert train at a railway station, Sudan
SAD.587/1/22
[ca. 1905]
H. A. MacMichael smoking a pipe, Sudan
SAD.587/1/23
[ca. 1905]
Small children running through an Omdurman street
SAD.587/1/24
[ca. 1905]
Bank of the Nile, Sudan
SAD.587/1/25
[ca. 1905]
Felucca moored on a bank of the Nile, Sudan
SAD.587/1/26
[ca. 1905]
Goods on sale at Omdurman suq
SAD.587/1/27
[ca. 1905]
Women washing clothes in the Nile, Omdurman
SAD.587/1/28
[ca. 1905]
Small child, Omdurman
SAD.587/1/29
1905 Nov 27
Levée at Bairam festival, in the gardens of the Governor-General's palace, Khartoum
SAD.587/1/30
1905 Nov 27
Crowd of women awaiting the distribution of corn at Bairam festival, Khartoum
SAD.587/1/31
1905 Nov 27
Crowd of women waiting outside the Governor-General's palace for the distribution of corn at Bairam festival, Khartoum
SAD.587/1/32
[ca. 1905]
Crowd of men outside a shop in Omdurman suq
SAD.587/1/33
[ca. 1905]
Female mourners in a funeral procession, Khartoum
SAD.587/1/34
[ca. 1905]
Mourners in a funeral procession, Khartoum
SAD.587/1/35
[ca. 1905]
Convicts grinding salt in a manual rotary mill, Omdurman
SAD.587/1/36
1905 Nov 27
Ghafirs keeping watch over the distribution of grain at Baraim festival, Khartoum
SAD.587/1/37
[ca. 1905]
Khartoum Municipal steam tram
SAD.587/1/38
1905 Nov 27
Women beating drums at Bairam festival, Khartoum
SAD.587/1/39
[ca. 1905]
View of the Governor-General's palace from across a street, Khartoum
SAD.587/1/40
[ca. 1905]
H. A. MacMichael's horse and groom, Khartoum
SAD.587/1/41
[ca. 1905]
Ruins of the Mahdi's tomb, Omdurman
SAD.587/1/42
[ca. 1905]
Captain F. C. Poole standing on the verandah of the Khalifa's house, Omdurman
SAD.587/1/43
[ca. 1905]
Shops and stalls at Omdurman suq
SAD.587/1/44
[ca. 1905]
Sudan Club, Khartoum
SAD.587/1/45
[ca. 1905]
Statue of Gordon, Khartoum
SAD.587/1/46
[ca. 1905]
War Office, Khartoum
SAD.587/1/47
[ca. 1905]
Interior of a room in H. A MacMichael's house, showing hats and coats hung on pegs and trunks on the floor, Khartoum
SAD.587/1/48
[ca. 1905]
H. A. MacMichael wearing Egyptian levée uniform, Khartoum
SAD.587/1/49
[ca. 1905]
H. A. MacMichael's house, Khartoum
SAD.587/1/50
1906 Jan 30
Group of officials, including C. A. Willis, R. S. Wilson, H. V. Ravenscroft, H. A. MacMichael and E. L. Geere standing on the steps of a brick building, El Obeid
SAD.587/1/51
[ca. 1906]
Turkish gateway and tower at the entrance to El Obeid
SAD.587/1/52
[ca. 1906]
Group of district government officials dining in El Obeid Mess. From left to right: B. W. Y. Danford, R. S. Wilson, H. D. Beamish, A. J. B. Percival and H. A. MacMichael, with serving attendants Koko, Mustafa, Nasir and Abu Tawil, standing in the background
SAD.587/1/53
[ca. 1906]
View of El Obeid, showing the gateway and tower, tukls and other buildings
SAD.587/1/54
[ca. 1906]
Inspector's house, El Obeid
SAD.587/1/55,57
1906 Feb
Officials watching a group of women dancing, Rashad
SAD.587/1/56
1906 Feb
Group of women dancing, Rashad
SAD.587/1/58
[ca. 1906]
E. L. Geere sitting outside a stone and thatch building with Mek Geili Adam's band of musicians, Tegali
SAD.587/1/59
[ca. 1906]
Mek Zeibak's group of bodyguards, Rashad
SAD.587/1/60
[ca. 1906]
H. V. Ravenscroft standing with Mek Zeibak, Rashad
SAD.587/1/61
[ca. 1906]
View from the Tegali hills
SAD.587/1/62
[ca. 1906]
Group of Nuba men near Jabal Dayer, Kitra
SAD.587/1/63
[ca. 1906]
H. A. MacMichael on a camel near El Obeid
SAD.587/1/64
[ca. 1906]
Mahdi loading up a camel, Kordofan
SAD.587/1/65
[ca. 1906]
Nuba couple standing by a well, Nabbak
SAD.587/1/66
[ca. 1906]
Jabal Ain, Kordofan
SAD.587/1/67
[ca. 1906]
Anti-slavery police of the Department for the Repression of the Slave Trade, standing beside their camels, Kordofan
SAD.587/1/68
[ca. 1906]
Camel grazing on over-hanging bushes, Kordofan
SAD.587/1/69
[ca. 1906]
Group of Nuba men near Jabal Dayer, Kitra
SAD.587/1/70
[ca. 1906]
H. V. Ravenscroft and E. L. Geere on horseback, Kordofan
SAD.587/1/71
[ca. 1906]
Soldiers of the Camel Corps loading up camels with baggage and equipment, El Obeid
SAD.587/1/72
[ca. 1906]
Camp set up under a tree, Batha
SAD.587/1/73
[ca. 1906]
Woman, possibly Baqqarah, on a bull laden with baggage and other possessions, Kordofan
SAD.587/1/74
[ca. 1906]
Tabaldi tree, Kordofan
SAD.587/1/75
[ca. 1906]
Stalls at a suq, Nahud
SAD.587/1/76
[ca. 1906]
Tabaldi tree near Nahud
SAD.587/1/77
[ca. 1906]
R. S. Wilson's boy servant with a lion cub, Kordofan
SAD.587/1/78
[ca. 1906]
Gawama'a women dancing, Tumsit
SAD.587/1/80
[ca. 1906]
Beamish's luggage loaded on to a bull, ready for transporting on trek to Talodi, Kordofan
SAD.587/1/81
[ca. 1906]
District government offices with thatched roofs, Taiyara
SAD.587/1/82
[ca. 1906]
Group of men and boys, Kordofan
SAD.587/1/83
[ca. 1906]
Beamish's luggage loaded on to bulls, ready for transporting on trek to Talodi, Kordofan
SAD.587/1/84
[ca. 1906]
Shilluk man holding spears, Kordofan
SAD.587/1/85
[ca. 1906]
Donkey race, El Obeid
SAD.587/1/86
[ca. 1906]
Men playing a dalluka (drum) and percussion instruments made from gourds, Nahud
SAD.587/1/87
[ca. 1906]
Soldiers of the 9th Sudanese Battalion on parade, Kadugli
SAD.587/1/88
[ca. 1906]
Two tame cheetahs, Kordofan
SAD.587/1/89
[ca. 1906]
Mule race, El Obeid
SAD.587/1/90
[ca. 1906]
Group of people, including fishermen displaying their catch, southern Kordofan
SAD.587/1/91
[ca. 1906]
Adam, a Sudanese tracker, El Obeid
SAD.587/1/92
[ca. 1906]
Camels laden with baggage in front of a rest house, Kordofan
SAD.587/1/93
1905
Crowds of people gathered around a fulah watching water sports, El Obeid
SAD.587/1/94,96
[ca. 1906]
Ostrich, after being plucked, near Nahud
SAD.587/1/95
[ca. 1906]
Two children standing under trees, Nabbak
SAD.587/1/97
[ca. 1906]
Ma'mur's house, Taiyara
SAD.587/1/98
[ca. 1906]
Camel race, El Obeid
SAD.587/1/99
[ca. 1906]
People fetching water from the wells, Nahud
SAD.587/1/100
[ca. 1906]
Ostrich in a pen, probably near Nahud
SAD.587/1/101
[ca. 1906]
Group of men, including Talat Afandi, the ma'mur (far left), on camels and horseback, near Nahud
SAD.587/1/102
[ca. 1906]
Portrait version of SAD.587/1/101
SAD.587/1/103
[ca. 1906]
Soldiers of the Camel Corps preparing to set out on patrol, El Obeid
SAD.587/1/104
[ca. 1906]
Soldiers of the Camel Corps setting out on patrol, lead by C. I. Ryan, El Obeid
SAD.587/1/105-107
1906
Prisoners captured during an uprising at Talodi, breaking stones at El Obeid
SAD.587/1/108-109
1906
Soldiers of the Camel Corps returning from an expedition to the scene of an uprising in Talodi, El Obeid
SAD.587/1/110-111
[ca. 1906]
Tabaldi tree under which W. Hicks Pasha was killed, Sheykan
SAD.587/1/112
[ca. 1906]
Dar Gangei chiefs, Gangei
SAD.587/1/113
[ca. 1906]
Shops and stalls at a suq, Nahud
SAD.587/1/114
1906
Gawama'a shaykhs from Taiyara, including Yasin Yusuf, the nazir of the Gawama'a, El Obeid
SAD.587/1/115
1906 Nov
Merchants from El Obeid, including Shaykh Owkasha [?]
SAD.587/1/116
1906
Kordofan shaykhs in El Obeid, including Qad al-Karim, nazir of the Hawazma, and Shaykh Hamad Asusa, nazir of 'Abd al-'Ali Hawazma (both centre)
SAD.587/1/117
1906
Group of qadis from Kordofan, El Obeid
SAD.587/1/118
[ca. 1906]
Group of shaykhs from Bara wearing robes of honour in El Obeid, including 'Ali al-Tum, nazir of the Kababish; Muhammad al-Tum; 'Abd al-Qadullah, nazir of the Kawahla; Muhammad 'Ali al-Ikhaidir, nazir of the Maganin; 'Abd al-Azim, ma'mur of Bara; Munhil Kheiralla, nazir of the Shanabla; and 'Abd al-Rahman al-Khalifa, 'umdah of Bara
SAD.587/1/119
[ca. 1906]
Group of shaykhs from Nahud wearing robes of honour in El Obeid including, Mustafa Ibrahim abu Rennat, 'umdah of Nahud; 'Abd al-Rahim Salim abu Daqal, nazir of the Gharaisiya Hamar; Ibrahim Qarrad, of Kaja Serug; Talat Afandi, ma'mur of Nahud; Muhammad Abu Juluf, nazir of the Hamar; and Salim Bakri, 'umdah of Abu Zabad
SAD.587/1/120
[ca. 1906]
Major C. H. Leveson with Rahal Ardu, mak of Jabal Kadugli in the Nuba mountains, and Hamid abu Sikkin, of the Nuba, both wearing robes of honour in El Obeid
SAD.587/1/121
[ca. 1906]
Major C. H. Leveson with Rahal Ardu, mak of Jabal Kadugli in the Nuba mountains, and Hamid abu Sikkin, of the Nuba, both wearing robes of honour In El Obeid
SAD.587/1/122
[ca. 1906]
Shaykh 'Ali Gula, nazir of the Humr Agaira, wearing a robe of honour, El Obeid
SAD.587/1/123
[ca. 1906]
Group of Hawazma girls dancing, El Obeid
SAD.587/1/124
[ca. 1906]
Shaykh 'Ali Gula, nazir of the Humr Agaira, leading a group of Humr horsemen, El Obeid
SAD.587/1/125
[ca. 1906]
Group of Hawazma girls dancing, El Obeid
SAD.587/1/126
[ca. 1906]
Dar Gangei chief wearing a feather head dress and riding a mule, with Shaykh Tegi Ahmad on horseback in the background, El Obeid
SAD.587/1/127
[ca. 1906]
R. von Slatin watching a group of Hawazma girls dancing, El Obeid
SAD.587/1/128
1906 Nov
Sir Reginald Wingate and entourage entering El Obeid on horseback
SAD.587/1/129
1906 Nov
Misiriyah horsemen, El Obeid
SAD.587/1/130
1906 Nov
Mule Company of the Camel Corps on parade, El Obeid
SAD.587/1/131
1906 Nov
Camel Corps on parade, El Obeid
SAD.587/1/132
1906 Nov
Anti-slavery police, of the Department for the Repression of the Slave Trade, parading on camels, El Obeid
SAD.587/1/133
1906 Nov
Duplicate of SAD.587/1/131
SAD.587/1/134
1906 Nov
March past of the Mule Company of the Camel Corps, El Obeid
SAD.587/1/135
1906 Nov
Camel Corps on parade, El Obeid
SAD.587/1/136
1906 Nov
Duplicate of SAD.587/1/135
SAD.587/1/137
1906 Nov
Duplicate of SAD.587/1/134
SAD.587/1/138
1906 Nov
Sir Reginald Wingate giving a speech, flanked by an officer holding a Union flag, El Obeid
SAD.587/1/139
1906 Dec
Group of officers and government officials, including H. D. W. Lloyd, H. V. Ravenscroft, P. R. Phipps, R. I. Rawson, J. H. Butler, C. H. Leveson, A. J. B. Percival, J. R. O'Connell (Governor, Kordofan), H. A. MacMichael, R. von Slatin, Sir Reginald Wingate, Foster, C. V. B. Stanley, B. W. Y. Danford, E. L. Geere and C. A. Willis
SAD.587/1/140
1905-1906
Ship at the port of Suez
SAD.587/1/141
1905-1906
View from a train travelling on the Nile to Red Sea railway
SAD.587/1/142
1905-1906
Port Said harbour
SAD.587/1/143
1905-1906
The Nile
SAD.587/1/144
1905-1906
Ships at the port of Suez
SAD.587/1/145
1905-1906
Tame giraffe, Bara
SAD.587/1/146
1905-1906
Inspector's house, Bara
SAD.587/1/147
1905-1906
Servant's quarters in the grounds of the Inspector's house, Bara
SAD.587/1/149
1905
Sailors on the deck of the S.S. Arabia, sailing out of Marseilles
SAD.587/1/150
1905-1906
Law courts, Bara
SAD.587/1/151
1905-1906
Tree in a village, Bara
SAD.587/1/152
1905-1906
H. A. MacMichael standing with a mule, Bara
SAD.587/1/153
1905-1906
Gardens of the Inspector's house, Bara
SAD.587/1/154
1905-1906
Inspector's house and garden, Bara
SAD.587/1/155
1907 Jun
H. A. MacMichael standing on the deck of the P&O ship S. S. Arabia
SAD.587/1/156
1905-1906
Group of men, including Keast, E. L. Geere and N. B. de Lancey Forth, standing on a verandah next to servants and two horses, El Obeid
SAD.587/1/157
1907 Jun
Group of men, including Burns and the ship's doctor, standing on the deck of the P&O ship S. S. Arabia
SAD.587/1/158
1907 Jun
G. C. S. McLeod, A. I. Percy, H. D. W. Lloyd and Perry seated on the deck of a steamer having tea, with a dog begging in the foreground
SAD.587/1/159
[ca. 1907 Jun]
View of Shellal
SAD.587/1/160
1907 Jun
P&O ship S. S. Arabia
SAD.587/1/161
1907 Jun
Crowds on the river bank, Aswan
SAD.587/1/162
1905-1907
Landscape at Ash'af
SAD.587/1/163
1905-1907
Ruins under a tree, Ash'af
SAD.587/1/164
1905-1907
Secretary bird at the entrance to a tukl, Kaja al-Hofra
SAD.587/1/165
1905-1907
View of tukls at Hagar Shuaf from Jabal Royna
SAD.587/1/166
1905-1907
Gardens at Khor Tawil
SAD.587/1/167
1908
Hawazma couple travelling on bulls at Khor Melbis
SAD.587/1/168
1908
Hawazma bulls at Khor Melbis
SAD.587/1/169
1908
Hawazma men carrying spears, travelling on bulls at Khor Melbis
SAD.587/1/170
1908
Hawazma family travelling on bulls at Khor Melbis
SAD.587/1/171
1908
Hawazma woman reloading her baggage after falling off a bull at Khor Melbis
SAD.587/1/172
[ca. 1908]
Men, including Muhammad and Mahdi, patching the feet of a camel, Umm Badr
SAD.587/1/173-174
1907 Dec
Soldiers of the Camel Corps, including E. N. Broadbent and A. E. Coningham, preparing to leave Umm Sumeita for the Bir Natron
SAD.587/1/175
1907 Dec
A. E. Coningham wearing a dressing gown and holding a rifle, standing in front of a tent during the Camel Corps' preparations to leave Umm Sumeita for the Bir Natron
SAD.587/1/176
1907
Camels of the Camel Corps grazing at Umm Sumeita before leaving for the Bir Natron
SAD.587/1/177
1907 Dec
A. E. Coningham supervising the departure of the Camel Corps from Umm Sumeita
SAD.587/1/178
1907
Kababish on horseback, Umm Dam
SAD.587/1/179
1907 Oct
Tents of a fariq of the Dar Sa'id Kababish, near Jabal Nahud
SAD.587/1/180
1907 Dec
'Ali al-Tum, nazir of the Kababish, on horseback, Umm Dam
SAD.587/1/181
1907 Nov
At Umm Dam, H. A. MacMichael standing with (from left to right): Ibrahim Faheil, Na'im Surkatti and 'Ali alTum, nazir of the Kababish
SAD.587/1/182
1907
Group of Kababish musicians playing drums, Umm Dam
SAD.587/1/183
1907 Dec
H. A. MacMichael shaving under a canopy at a camp in between Umm Dubban and 'Idd al-Asoda, whilst on trek with the Camel Corps
SAD.587/1/184
1907
H. A. MacMichael standing next to a camel whilst on trek with the Camel Corps, Umm Dam
SAD.587/1/185
1907
H. A. MacMichael and Ibrahim Faheil examining the remains of a grass fire on the way to Umm Badr, whilst on trek with the Camel Corps
SAD.587/1/186
1907 Dec
E. N. Broadbent standing outside a tent, whilst on trek with the Camel Corps
SAD.587/1/187
1908 Dec
E. N. Broadbent sitting under a canopy at a camp in between Umm Dubban and 'Idd al-Asoda, whilst on trek with the Camel Corps
SAD.587/1/188
1908
A. A. Bisset standing in front of a tukl, Kordofan
SAD.587/1/189
1907-1908
Landscape at Jabal Umm Badr
SAD.587/1/190-191
1907 Oct
Female camel with young at Wadi Tundub
SAD.587/1/192
1907 Oct
Standing water in Wadi abu Suneita
SAD.587/1/193
1908
Kababish slave woman carrying water from wells, 'Idd al-Merikh
SAD.587/1/194
1907-1908
Female camel with young at Lake Girgil
SAD.587/1/195
1908
People and animals gathered around well holes, 'Idd al-Merikh
SAD.587/1/196
1907-1908
Flocks of sheep and camels at Lake Girgil
SAD.587/1/197
1907-1908
Bull at Lake Girgil
SAD.587/1/198
1907-1908
Flocks of sheep and camels at Lake Girgil
SAD.587/1/199
1907-1908
Flocks of sheep at Lake Girgil
SAD.587/1/200
1907-1908
Vultures, Umm Dubban
SAD.587/1/201
1907-1908
View eastwards from Kaja-al Hofra
SAD.587/1/202
1907-1908
Bull and other cattle, Gabra esh Sheikh
SAD.587/1/203
1907-1908
Flocks of sheep, probably at 'Idd ez Zeinati
SAD.587/1/204
1907-1908
Trees at Wadi Gabra
SAD.587/1/205
1908
Man and young woman, Kordofan
SAD.587/1/206
[ca. 1908]
Men working in a field, Bara
SAD.587/1/207
[ca. 1908]
Inspector's house, Bara
SAD.587/1/208
1907-1908
Kababish herd of cattle at Wadi Mugiddam
SAD.587/1/209
[ca. 1908]
Crops growing in a field, Bara
SAD.587/1/210
[ca. 1908]
View of a village from Jabal Abu Tabar
SAD.587/1/211
[ca. 1908]
Jabal Gerin al Bugara
SAD.587/1/212
[ca. 1908]
Boulder near Jabal Gerin al Bugara
SAD.587/1/213
1908
Nile scene near Aswan
SAD.587/1/214
1908 Apr
View of Aswan
SAD.587/1/215
1908
H. D. W. Lloyd, El Obeid
SAD.587/1/216
1908
Opening of the sluices on the Aswan Dam
SAD.587/1/217
1908 Apr
Workers raising the level of the Aswan Dam
SAD.587/1/218-219
1908 Apr
Temples at Philae
SAD.587/1/220
1908
Outcrops of rock on the Nile, near Philae or Aswan
SAD.587/1/221
1908 Apr
Rumanian mail steamer, Imperatul Trojan, docked at Alexandria
SAD.587/1/222
1908
Part of Bornova near Smyrna
SAD.587/1/223
1908
Smyrna
SAD.587/1/224
1908
View of Bornova near Smyrna
SAD.587/1/225
1908
View of countryside from Smyrna
SAD.587/1/226
1908
Camels laden with baggage at Smyrna
SAD.587/1/227
1908
View of the surrounding countryside from the castle at Ephesus
SAD.587/1/228
1908
The castle at Ephesus
SAD.587/1/229
1908
Village and castle at Ephesus
SAD.587/1/230-231
1908
Smyrna
SAD.587/1/232
1908
Patterson's house in Bornova with two young girls in the foreground
SAD.587/1/233,235
1908
Ruins at Ephesus
SAD.587/1/234
1908
Turkish baths at Ephesus
SAD.587/1/236-237
1908
Old Mosque at Ephesus
SAD.587/1/238,241
1908
View of Istanbul and the Bosphorous Strait
SAD.587/1/239
1908
The aqueduct at Ephesus
SAD.587/1/240
1908
Ruins at Ephesus
SAD.587/1/242
1908
View of Istanbul and the Golden Horn
SAD.587/1/243-244
1908
Palace on the shore of the Bosphorous
SAD.587/1/245
1908
Rumeli Hisari Castle
SAD.587/1/246
1908
A cemetery in Istanbul near the tomb of the Sultans
SAD.587/1/247
1908
Buildings in Istanbul
SAD.587/1/248
1908
Turkish warship at Istanbul
SAD.587/1/249
1908
Istanbul from the Dardanelles
SAD.587/1/250
1908
A mosque in Istanbul
SAD.587/1/251
1908
A village on the shore of the Bosphorous
SAD.587/1/252
1908
View of a valley in Germany from the Bastei near the River Elbe
SAD.587/1/253
1908
The Lilienstein from the Elbe
SAD.587/1/254
1908
View of rocks and forest from the Bastei
SAD.587/1/255
1908
Opera House, Dresden
SAD.587/1/256
1908 May
View of the Elbe and surrounding countryside from the Lilienstein
SAD.587/1/257
1908
Albanian men in traditional costume in Bulgaria
SAD.587/1258
1908
Narrow street in Istanbul
SAD.587/1/259
1908
Bulgarian children
SAD.587/1/260
1905-1908
Colour picture of the Royal Chateau in Budapest, possibly a lithograph
SAD.587/1/261
1908
View of Smyrna
SAD.587/1/262
1908
Ruins at Ephesus
SAD.587/1/263
1908
Elbe valley en route to Bastei
SAD.587/1/264-265
1905-1908
The Alexander Sarcophagus held at the Istanbul Archaeology Museum
SAD.587/1/266
1908
Ruins at Ephesus
SAD.1/10/2-56
1906-1933
Loose photographs covering MacMichael's service in the Sudan, including the Darfur campaign, Kordofan and Khartoum, some of which were originally from the photograph album SAD.588/2/1-106 below:
SAD.1/10/2
1912
H. S. Wellcome and his entourage on camels greeting local people, during excavations at Jabal Moya
SAD.1/10/3
1916 May 24
Khor during the rains
SAD.1/10/4
1912
Crowd of people at Jabal Moya, during H. S. Wellcome's excavations
SAD.1/10/5
1916 May
H. A. MacMichael on Jabal El Hilla, during the Darfur campaign
SAD.1/10/6
1916 Jun
Interior of a room in 'Ali Dinar's private quarters at his palace, El Fasher
SAD.1/10/7
1916
Jabal Umm Qud in the Luqud Hills
SAD.1/10/8
1916 May 24
Khor during the rains
SAD.1/10/10
1929 Apr
Group of officials, including J. A. Gillan and J. A. de C. Hamilton, with a crowd of shaykhs and other people, Sodiri
SAD.1/10/11
1906 Nov
Sir Reginald Wingate preceded by Misiriyah on horseback, approaching El Obeid
SAD.1/10/12
1916-1917
Endoka, Sultan of the Dar Masalit, on a horse with a decorated bridle and saddle, Darfur
SAD.1/10/13
1929
Fallata man with a bow and arrow, Darfur
SAD.1/10/14
1906 Nov
Duplicate print of SAD.587/1/132
SAD.1/10/15
1930 Feb
Shaykh 'Ali al-Sanusi of the Ta'aisha shaking hands with H. J. Huddleston, Idd al-Ghanam
SAD.1/10/16
1930 Feb
Crowd of men marching in procession, possibly at a tribal gathering, Zalingei
SAD.1/10/17
1930 Feb
Crowd of men parading on horseback, possibly at a tribal gathering, Zalingei
SAD.1/10/18
1930 May 28
H. A. MacMichael, Acting Governor-General, taking the salute at a march-past in the gardens of the Governor-General's Palace, on the disbandment of the 9th Sudanese Battalion, Sudan Defence Force, Khartoum
SAD.1/10/19
1930 May 28
H. A. MacMichael, Acting Governor-General, shaking the hand of Abd 'al Faraq, a Sudanese officer, in the gardens of the Governor-General's Palace, on the disbandment of the 9th Sudanese Battalion, Sudan Defence Force, Khartoum. Also pictured are Benson, D. H. Adair and Adlam.
SAD.1/10/20
1930 May 28
H. A. MacMichael, Acting Governor-General, with British and Sudanese officers in the gardens of the Governor-General's Palace, making an address on the disbandment of the 9th Sudanese Battalion, Sudan Defence Force, Khartoum. Also pictured are D. H. Adair and Adlam.
SAD.1/10/21
1930 May 28
Duplicate of SAD.588/2/60
SAD.1/10/22
1913 Nov
Blue Nile Province staff, including (front row, from left to right): E. G. Sarsfield Hall, H. A. MacMichael, F. H. Cobb, H. W. A. Collum, E. A. Dickinson, J. W. Sagar, E. H. Rustum. Second row: A. J. P. Scaife, O. M. Conran, R. K. Winter, J. C .Walker, T. A. Leach, F. S. J. Osborne; Bevan
SAD.1/10/23
[ca. 1916]
Palace of 'Ali Dinar, after its capture, El Fasher
SAD.1/10/24
1931 Jan 25
F. T. C. Young, Assistant Civil Secretary, and H. W. Jackson, Merowe
SAD.1/10/25
1916 Mar
Officers of the Darfur Field Force, including Warren, H. A. MacMichael, C. Cassidy, McLaine, D. H. Thorburn, A. G. Cummins and Marlowe, having tea outside the Officers' mess at a camp near Jabal El Hilla, during the Darfur campaign
SAD.1/10/26
1913 Nov
Abu Deleiq district staff
SAD.1/10/27
1913
Nisbah (a genealogical table), Kamlin
SAD.1/10/28
1913 Nov
Faqi's tree, with articles deposited for safety in its branches, Wad Hassuna
SAD.1/10/29
1913 Nov
Shaykh's tree, with a qubbah in the distance, Wad Hassuna
SAD.1/10/30-31
1914
View from the Khalifa's house, showing gardens and houses, Omdurman
SAD.1/10/32
1914
View from the Khalifa's house, showing gardens and rooftops of houses, Omdurman
SAD.1/10/33
1914
Dabtiyah, Omdurman
SAD.1/10/34
1914
Khalifa's house, from the north-east, Omdurman
SAD.1/10/35
1914
H. A. MacMichael in a horse-drawn trap at the entrance to the Khalifa's house, Omdurman
SAD.1/10/36
1914
Khalifa's house, from the east, Omdurman
SAD.1/10/37
1914
Khalifa's house, from the south, Omdurman
SAD.1/10/38-39
1914
View from the Khalifa's house, Omdurman
SAD.1/10/40
1914
Qadi Isma'il al-Azhari, Omdurman
SAD.1/10/41
1908 Jul
Duplicate of SAD.587/2/16
SAD.1/10/42,45-46
1929 Jun
Landscape with euphorbia bushes, Erkowit
SAD.1/10/43
1929 Jun
Landscape with euphorbia bushes and a house in the distance, Erkowit
SAD.1/10/44
1929 Jun
Landscape with euphorbia bushes and houses in the distance, Erkowit
SAD.1/10/47
1929 Jun
Landscape, Erkowit
SAD.1/10/48
1929
Nuba wrestlers at a gathering, Talodi
SAD.1/10/49
1916 May
People watching the first aeroplane to reach Rahad Abyad
SAD.1/10/50
1906-1933
Chief Londyman of the Turkana, with his bodyguards, west of Lake Rudolf
SAD.1/10/51
1926 Feb
Nuba warriors holding spears and shields at a gathering, Talodi
SAD.1/10/52
1926 Feb
Nuba wrestlers at a gathering, Talodi
SAD.1/10/53
1926 Feb
Nuba wrestlers at a gathering, Talodi
SAD.1/10/54
1926 Feb
Nuba wrestlers and musicians with horns at a gathering, Talodi
SAD.1/10/55
1906-1933
Young Nuba women carrying tubs of grain on their heads, at Jabal Umm Dorein
SAD.1/10/56
1933
Nuba boy and young women wearing necklaces and rings around their wrists at Jabal Kasha
SAD.587/2/1-220
1908-1910
Album of black and white photographs covering MacMichael's service in the Sudan (mainly Kordofan) and leave in Italy and Spain:
SAD.587/2/1
1908 Jul
The Duomo in Milan
SAD.587/2/2
1908 Jul
The Bridge of Sighs in Venice
SAD.587/2/3
1908 Jul
Cruise ship in the Port of Brindisi
SAD.587/2/4
1908 Jul
Venice canal
SAD.587/2/5
1908 Jul
St Mark's square in Venice
SAD.587/2/6
1908 Jul
St Mark's Basilica
SAD.587/2/7
1908 Jul
Narrow canal in Venice
SAD.587/2/8
1908 Jul
St Mark's Basilica
SAD.587/2/9
1908 Jul
The Duomo in Milan
SAD.587/2/10
1908 Jul
Doges' Palace, Venice
SAD.587/2/11
1908 Jul
Canal in Venice
SAD.587/2/12
1908 Jul
The Bridge of Sighs, Venice
SAD.587/2/13-14
1909 Feb
Maganin Arabs travelling on camels wearing hawdajs and loaded up with baggage, Mazrub
SAD.587/2/15
1908 Aug
Camel caravan, including R. S. Wilson, crossing a river, 'Idd al-'Ud
SAD.587/2/16
1908 Jul
R. S. Wilson, Macdonald and H. A. MacMichael having tea on board a steamer, Sudan
SAD.587/2/17,20
1908
Tame gazelle standing in a courtyard with a horse in the background, Bara
SAD.587/2/18
1908 Aug
Camel caravan crossing a river, 'Idd al-'Ud
SAD.587/2/19
1909 Feb
Officers taking the oath at the presentation of colours to the Camel Corps, Kordofan
SAD.587/2/21
1909 Feb
Officers taking the oath at the presentation of colours to the Camel Corps, Kordofan
SAD.587/2/22
1909
Officers, including R. M. Heath, R. V. Savile and Tala'at, taking the oath at the presentation of colours to the Camel Corps, Kordofan
SAD.587/2/23
1908 Nov
Artillery Battalion leading mules through scrubland, Fertangul
SAD.587/2/24a
1908
C. I. Ryan giving orders to soldiers of the 10th Sudanese Battalion, Fertangul
SAD.587/2/24b
1909
Ships in Trieste Harbour
SAD.587/2/25
1908 Nov
R. J. Rees-Mogg, A. R. Lempriere and H. D. W. Lloyd standing in front of a verandah, El Obeid
SAD.587/2/26
1908 Nov
Soldiers of the 10th Sudanese Battalion en route to Dilling
SAD.587/2/27
1908
H. A. MacMichael, R. S. Wilson and N. B. de Lancey Forth sitting under a tree with two cheetahs and a dog, El Obeid
SAD.587/2/28
1908
R. S. Wilson standing on the steps of a house, El Obeid
SAD.587/2/29
1909 Mar
Group of shakyhs and government officials outside a straw hut in Kaja with British and Egyptian flags flying. Top row, from left to right: 'Abd al-Rahim Salim abu Daqal, nazir of the Gharaisiya Hamar; Isma'il Muhammad al-Shaykh, nazir of the Hamar; R. V. Savile, Governor of Kordofan; Muhammad Abu Juluf, nazir of the Hamar; Muhammad 'Ali al-Ikhaidir, nazir of the Maganin; Ibrahim Elwi, ma'mur of Nahud. Bottom row, left to right: 'Ali al-Tum, nazir of the Kababish; Na'im Surkatti, Kaja; Ibrahim Garrad, Kaja Serug; and 'Abd al-Qadullah, nazir of the Kawahla
SAD.587/2/30
1908 Oct
Misiriyah women loading up bulls, Abu Zabad
SAD.587/2/31
1908
R. von Slatin standing in an archway, Bara
SAD.587/2/32
1909 Mar
Duplicate of SAD.587/2/29
SAD.587/2/33
1908 Oct
Hawazma fariq at Jabal Feingar
SAD.587/2/34
1908
Group, including H. D. W. Lloyd, playing polo, El Obeid
SAD.587/2/35
1908 Oct
Misiriyah at Abu Zabad suq
SAD.587/2/36
1908
British and Egyptian flags flying at the entrance to government buildings, surrounded by a grass fence, Umm Dam
SAD.587/2/37
1908 Dec
H. D. W. Lloyd preparing to leave the government compound at Umm Dam
SAD.587/2/38
1909 Mar
A. Wise, Camel Corps, standing in front of a grass hut in the government compound, Kaja
SAD.587/2/39
1909 Feb
Rocks on Jabal El 'Afarit
SAD.587/2/40
1908 Jul
Crowds of passengers waiting to board the Khartoum - Omdurman ferry
SAD.587/2/41
1908-1909
Flats in Napoli
SAD.587/2/42
1908-1909
View of Napoli with Vesuvius in the background
SAD.587/2/43
1908-1909
St Mark's Square, Venice
SAD.587/2/44
1908-1909
St Peter's, Rome
SAD.587/2/45
1908-1909
Sant' Angelo Castle and Bridge, Rome
SAD.587/2/46
1908-1909
The Forum, Rome
SAD.587/2/47
1908-1909
Ruins at Pompei
SAD.587/2/48
1908-1909
Preserved corpse from Pompei
SAD.587/2/49
1908-1909
Ruins at Pompei
SAD.587/2/50
1908-1909
The Colosseum, Rome
SAD.587/2/51
1908-1909
Buildings on the banks of the Arno in Florence
SAD.587/2/52
1908-1909
The Cathedral in Florence
SAD.587/2/53
1908-1909
Bust of Alessandro Morente held at the Galleria Degli Uffizi, Florence
SAD.587/2/54
1909 Apr
Ruins of Pompei with view of Vesuvius in the background
SAD.587/2/55
1909 Apr
The Amphitheatre in Pompei
SAD.587/2/56
1909 Apr
Roman road in Pompei
SAD.587/2/57
1909 Apr
The Forum in Pompei
SAD.587/2/58-59,61
1909 Apr
Ruins in Pompei
SAD.587/2/60
1909 Apr
The Forum in Pompei
SAD.587/2/62,64
1909 Apr
Rooftops in Naples with Cathedral dome in background
SAD.587/2/63
1909 Apr
Lava at the foot of Vesuvius
SAD.587/2/65
1909
St Peter's Colonnade, Rome
SAD.587/2/66
1909 Apr
The Colosseum, Rome
SAD.587/2/67
1909
Castle of Sant' Angelo, Rome
SAD.587/2/68
1909
Sant' Angelo Bridge, Rome
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1909
Inside the Colosseum, Rome
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1909 Apr
The Ponte Vecchio in Florence
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1911
Rock of Gibraltar
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1911
Rock of Gibraltar from the sea
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1911 May
Alameda Garden, Gibraltar
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1911
Beach in Gibraltar
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1911
Puente Nuevo, Ronda
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1911
View of Algeçiras from the sea
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1911
Mountains from the train near Ronda
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1911
View of Ronda and the Ponte Nuevo
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1911 May
Ronda
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1911
Casa de los Pilates, Seville
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1911
Waterfall and Ponte Nuevo, Ronda
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1911 May
View of Granada from the Alhambra Hotel
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1911
Ronda
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1911
The Court of the Lions in the Alhambra, Granada
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1911
View of the Sierra Nevada, near Granada
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1911
Granada
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1911
View of countryside from Ronda
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1911
Orange sellers at train station between Ronda and Granada
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1911
Granada with the Sierra Nevada in the background
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1911
View of the Generalife, Granada
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1911
Court of the Myrtles in the Alhambra, Granada
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1911
Entrance to Mosque in the Alhambra, Granada
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1911
Ornate window in the Alhambra, Granada
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1911
View across Granada
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1911
Ornate entranceway to the Alhambra, Granada
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1911
The interior and the gradens of the Generalife, Granada
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1911
Court of the Lions in the Alhambra, Granada
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1911
Court of the Myrtles in the Alhambra, Granada
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1911
Court of the Lions in the Alhambra, Granada
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1911
Interior of the Palace of Charles V, Granada
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1911
Interior of the Alhambra, Granada
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1911
View of Granada and the Sierra Nevada
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1911
The interior of Seville Cathedral
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1911
View of the countryside from the train near Granada
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1911
Interior of the Alhambra, Granada
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1911
Entrance to the Mosque-Cathedral in Cordoba
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1911
Interior of the Cathedral in Seville
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1911
The Giralda (Bell tower) of Seville Cathedral
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1911
Interior of Casa de Pilatos
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1911
Interior of the Alcazar in Seville
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1911
Interior of the Mosque-Cathedral in Cordoba
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1911
Seville Cathedral and Giralda (bell tower)
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1911
Gardens and fountain in the Alcazar, Seville
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1911
Mihrab in the Mosque-Cathedral in Cordoba
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1911
Interior of Granada Cathedral
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1911
Puente de Alcantara, Toledo
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1911 Apr
'Ali Kheirulla and 'Ali Koko, Mundaraba
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1911 Apr
Landscape near Jabal Abu Tabar
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1911 Feb
Camel wearing a hawdaj decorated with cowrie shells and leather tassles, at a Kababish camel gala, Umm Nawi
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1911 Feb
Two camels piled high with baggage wearing a hawdaj decorated with cowrie shells and leather tassles, at a Kababish camel gala, Umm Nawi
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1911 Feb
Camel piled high with baggage wearing a hawdaj decorated with cowrie shells and leather tassles, at a Kababish camel gala, Umm Nawi
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1911 Feb
Camel carrying a young girl in a hawdaj decorated with cowrie shells and leather tassles, at a Kababish camel gala, Umm Nawi
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1911 Feb
Camel wearing a head-dress decorated with cowrie shells and leather tassles, at a Kababish camel gala, Umm Nawi
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1911 Feb
Camel piled high with baggage
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1911
Profile portrait of Shaykh 'Ali al-Tum, nazir of the Kabbabish
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1911 Feb
Two camels, one carrying a small girl, piled high with baggage wearing a hawdaj decorated with cowrie shells and leather tassles, at a Kababish camel gala, Umm Nawi
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1911
Portrait of Shaykh Ahmad 'Abd al-Qadir, nazir of the Kawahla, wearing a richly embroidered robe
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1911 Feb
Camel wearing a head-dress decorated with cowrie shells and leather tassles, at a Kababish camel gala, Umm Nawi
SAD.587/2/136-137
1911 Feb
Camel wearing a hawdaj decorated with cowrie shells and leather tassles, at a Kababish camel gala
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1910
Group including L. Tunnard, R. J. Done, C. A. Willis, A. G. Cummins and A. I. Percy, El Obeid
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1910
W. H. Charlesworth, Bara
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1910
J. A. Gillan standing beside a camel, El Obeid
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1910 Jul
Mounted Camel Corps soldiers on patrol, Kordofan
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1910
Tabaldi tree, Kordofan
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1909
Animals watering beside wells, Kordofan
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1909 Dec
S. A. Tippetts, Kordofan
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1910 Jul
Camel Corps camels watering in a stream, Umm Hayaya
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1909 Dec
H. V. Ravenscroft, E. L. Geere, C. H. Whittingham and Keast standing under the archway of a building, El Obeid
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1910 Jul
View of Khor Domaia, Umm Badr
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1910 Jul
Camel Corps soldiers trying to free a camel which has become bogged in mud, Ummat Nawawir
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1908-1911
Young women dancing in a row, Dilling
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1910
View to the west from Jabal 'Atshan
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1911 Feb
Two young Katul or Nuba women carrying large zirs on their heads, 'Idd al-Asoda
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1908 Oct
H. A. MacMichael and Awad Belal standing with a Hawazma family, near Sungikai
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1907-1911
C. A. Willis standing on the verandah of a house, El Obeid
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1909
Group of officials and officers at El Obeid (from left to right): H. D. E. O'Sullivan, Keast, N. B. de Lancey Forth, R. J. Done, E. L. Geere, S. A. Tippetts, Halhead
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1908-1911
Isma'il standing next to H. A. MacMichael's pony, with the tower and gateway to El Obeid in the background
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1908-1911
Two ostriches, one with its feathers plucked, Kaja al-Hofra
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1909 Aug
H. A. MacMichael mounting a camel in front of a tukl, Umm Dam
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1910
H. G. A. Garsia and N. B. de Lancey Forth standing in the front yard of a house, El Obeid
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1910 Dec
H. M. Hutchinson standing on the verandah of a house, El Obeid
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1908-1911
H. M. Hutchinson and G. F. Pridham on horseback with the 7th Sudanese Battalion, El Obeid
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1910
H. A. MacMichael on horseback, probably El Obeid
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1910
H. A. MacMichael sitting in a chair, probably El Obeid
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1910 Feb
Charlesworth and H. A. MacMichael pausing to eat slices of melon or gourd, whilst on trek in Kordofan
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1910 Feb
H. A. MacMichael, Charlesworth and R. A. Bence Pembroke sitting on camp furniture inside a tent, whilst on trek in Kordofan
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1910
H. A. MacMichael, J. A. Gillan and R. A. Bence Pembroke sitting on camp furniture inside a tent, whilst on trek in Kordofan
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1910
Tying up camels, Umm Gozein
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1910
Government officials settling a boundary dispute, Kordofan
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1910 Jan
H. A. MacMichael with a group of Kawahla men, Bara
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1910
Group of Kawahla men, Bara
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1910
Kawahla camels, Bashiri
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1910
Kawahla camels, Bashiri
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1910
Kawahla camels, Bashiri
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1910
Kawahla camels, Bashiri
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1908-1911
Fulah and rock face at Koi, possibly Kordofan
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1908-1911
Landscape at Jabal El Haraza
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1908-1911
Ravine on Jabal El Haraza
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1908-1911
Jabal El Haraza
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1908-1911
Village and wells at the foot of Jabal 'Atshan
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1908-1911
Plucked ostrich in a pen
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1908-1911
Palm trees and other vegetation at Khor abu Guraa
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1908-1911
Wells at Khor El Adeik
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1908-1911
Wells at Khor El Adeik
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1908-1911
Trees at Khor abu Gaida
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1908-1911
Palm trees and other vegetation at Khor abu Guraa
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1908-1911
Trees at Khor abu Gaida
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1908-1911
Cultivated land, with a shaduf and a saqiyah in the background, El Kheiran
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1908-1911
Palm trees and other vegetation, El Humra
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1908-1911
Trees and other vegetation at Khor abu Gaida
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1908-1911
Palm trees and other vegetation, El Humra
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1908-1911
Landscape, Megeitia
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1909
Group of 'umdahs from Bara, (from left to right): Muhammad 'Ali al-Ikhaidir, Malik Bukr, Timsah Simawi Jarajir, Ibrahim Radwan, Isma'il Zeiatia, 'Abd Allah Muhammad, Isma'il abu Gerein, and Bashir Muhammad
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1909
Group of 'umdahs from Bara, (standing, from left to right): Ahmad Salama, 'Abd Allah Muhammad, Bashir Daw al-Beit, Salih Hakir, Isma'il Zeiatia, Ibrahim Radwan, Timsah Simawi Jarajir, Malik Bukr, (sitting, from left to right:) Isma'il abu Gerein, Bashir Muhammad, al-Amin Sulayman, and Muhammad Ibrahim
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1908-1911
Sand dunes in the desert, El Kheiran
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1908-1911
S. S. Butler on horseback, Kordofan
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1908-1911
S. A. Tippetts and B. H. S. Romilly on horseback, Kordofan
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1908-1911
S. S. Butler on horseback, Kordofan
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1908-1911
Young man, Hamid, with a camel, Kordofan
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1908-1911
Camel hamla laden with baggage and equipment, Kordofan
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1908-1911
Fallata quarter, El Obeid
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1908-1911
Houses built from mud and straw in the Fallata quarter, El Obeid
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1908-1911
Shops and stalls at El Obeid suq
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1908-1911
Shops and stalls at El Obeid suq
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1908-1911
Clothing stalls at El Obeid suq
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1910 Dec
Group of men in El Obeid dressed in polo kit, including Tear, R. von Slatin, Keast, J. A. Gillan, R. V. Savile, and E. L. Geere
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1910 Dec
Group of men in El Obeid dressed in polo kit, including Tear, J. A. Gillan, H. R. Headlam, S. A. Tippetts, R. von Slatin, and R. V. Savile
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1908-1911
Zaghawah man from Darfur holding a metal canister, Kordofan
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1908-1911
Tents pitched at a Kababish camp
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1909
Group of shakyhs and government officials outside a straw hut with British and Egyptian flags flying, Kaja. Top row, from left to right: 'Abd al-Rahim Salim abu Daqal, nazir of the Gharaisiya Hamar; Isma'il Muhammad al-Shaykh, nazir of the Hamar; R. V. Savile, Governor of Kordofan; Muhammad Abu Juluf, nazir of the Hamar; Muhammad 'Ali al-Ikhaidir, nazir of the Maganin; Ibrahim Elwi, ma'mur of Nahud. Bottom row, left to right: 'Ali al-Tum, nazir of the Kababish; Na'im Surkatti, Kaja; Ibrahim Garrad, Kaja Serug; and 'Abd al-Qadullah, nazir of the Kawahla
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1908-1911
Group of Kababish slave women, Kordofan
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1908-1911
B. H. S. Romilly standing beside a Kababish tent, Kordofan
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1908-1911
'Ali al-Tum standing beside a Kababish tent, Kordofan
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1908-1911
H. A. MacMichael standing beside a Kababish tent, Kordofan
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1911 Feb
Young Katul or Nuba woman wearing a nose ring, beads and an amulet, carrying a zir on her head, 'Idd al-Asoda
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1908-1911
'Umar Gash on horseback, Abu Dellem
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1908-1911
Three Katul or Nuba girls carrying zirs on their heads, 'Idd al-Asoda
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1908-1911
Tower and gateway to El Obeid
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1908-1911
Soldier or policeman cutting open a dead gazelle, Kordofan
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1910-1930
Album of black and white photographs, some taken by H. R. Headlam, of Sudan (particularly Kordofan), Rome, Strasbourg and Munich, as well as art and sculptures from various museums in Europe:
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1910-1930
Portrait of Isabella D'Este by Titian
SAD.588/1/2
1910-1930
The Martyrdom of Saint Sebatstien by Guido Reni
SAD.588/1/3
1910-1930
The Immaculate Conception by B. E. Murillo
SAD.588/1/4
1910-1930
The Venus de Milo
SAD.588/1/5,8
1910
B. H. S. Romilly, Halhead, R. S. Audas and N. M. Teacher, Bara
SAD.588/1/6
1911
'Ali al-Tum and his twin brother Muhammad al-Tum, El Gubeilat
SAD.588/1/7
1911
Three Katul or Nuba girls carrying zirs on their heads, 'Idd al-Asoda
SAD.588/1/9
1907
Group of Kababish slave women, Kordofan
SAD.588/1/10
1912
Inspector's house, Bara
SAD.588/1/11
1912
H. A. MacMichael
SAD.588/1/12
1907-1911
Houses built from mud and straw in the Fallata quarter, El Obeid
SAD.588/1/13
1912
Inspector's house, Bara
SAD.588/1/14
1912
Muhammad Afandi Yahya and Shawish Awad Balal standing at the entrance to Bara dabtiyah
SAD.588/1/15
1912
Bara dabtiyah
SAD.588/1/16
1911
Portrait of 'Ali al-Tum, nazir of the Kababish
SAD.588/1/17
1911
Portrait of Shaykh Ahmad 'Abd al-Qadir, nazir of the Kawahla, wearing a richly embroidered robe
SAD.588/1/18
1912
Portrait of H. A. MacMichael smoking a pipe
SAD.588/1/19
1912
Portrait of H. R. Headlam
SAD.588/1/20
1910-1912
Unidentified shaykh on horseback, possibly Sherkeila
SAD.588/1/21
1910-1912
Portrait of a man with a feather in his hair, Dayer
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1910-1912
Kababish man on horseback holding a spear, Kordofan
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1910-1912
Tapping trees for gum, Kordofan
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1910-1912
Tower and gateway to El Obeid
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1910-1912
Group of Kababish people fetching water from wells, Kordofan
SAD.588/1/27
1910-1912
Group of Kordofan shaykhs, including Ahmad wad Ingeseira, Fadl al-Mula 'Uthman, 'Ali Mukhamman, Munhil Kheiralla, all of the Shanabla, and Muhammad al-Faqir of the Misiriyah
SAD.588/1/28
1910-1912
Herd of goats, Kordofan
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1910-1912
Men with bulls, possibly Sherkeila
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1910-1912
Nuba wrestlers in southern Kordofan
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1912
Group of British officers and officials in El Obeid, (from left to right): N. B. de Lancey Forth, H. A. MacMichael, B. H. S. Romilly, F. A. S. Moore, A. G. Cummins, H. J. Huddleston and H. R. Headlam standing outside El Obeid Mess, Bairam
SAD.588/1/32
1910-1912
Old iron works on Jabal Keisei
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1910-1912
A. C. Pilkington, Kordofan
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1908
Tents of a Hawazma fariq at Jabal Feingar
SAD.588/1/35
1912
J. A. Gillan, H. J. Huddleston and A. G. Cummins, El Obeid
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1911
Ruins of an old village on Jabal Haraza, near Rokab
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1911
Ruins of an old village on Jabal Haraza, near Rokab
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1912
Two young Kawahla women wearing nose rings, standing next to a camel wearing a decorated hawdaj, in a Kawahla fariq, Kordofan
SAD.588/1/43
1912
H. A. MacMichael and El Aaiser standing next to a camel wearing a decorated hawdaj, in a Kawahla fariq, Kordofan
SAD.588/1/45
1912
J. P. Joyce standing in front of a tent in a Kawahla fariq, Kordofan
SAD.588/1/46
1912
Camel wearing a decorated hawdaj, in a Kawahla fariq, Kordofan
SAD.588/1/47
1912
Two young Kawahla women wearing nose rings standing next to a camel wearing a bridle, in a Kawahla fariq, Kordofan
SAD.588/1/48
1911
Young girls, possibly Kawahla, wearing necklaces, bangles and other jewellery, standing in front of a conical-shaped mud hut on Jabal Dayer
SAD.588/1/49
1911
Tukls in a village on Jabal Dayer
SAD.588/1/50
1911
Camels resting under trees in a village on Jabal Dayer
SAD.588/1/51
1911
Camel on Jabal Dayer
SAD.588/1/52
1911
Bulls laden with baggage and other equipment, on Jabal Dayer
SAD.588/1/53
1911
Police officer or soldier carrying two rifles, standing with a camel, Kordofan
SAD.588/1/54
1912 Feb
Tribal leaders parading on horseback, during H. H. Kitchener's visit to El Obeid for the official opening of the Sennar - El Obeid railway
SAD.588/1/55
1912 Feb
Muhammad al-Faqir of the Misiriyah, Shaykh 'Ali Gula, nazir of the Humr Agaira, and Bokhari 'Ali awaiting the arrival of H. H. Kitchener, during his visit to El Obeid for the official opening of the Sennar - El Obeid railway
SAD.588/1/56
1912 Feb
Tribal leaders parading on horseback, during H. H. Kitchener's visit to El Obeid for the official opening of the Sennar - El Obeid railway
SAD.588/1/57
1912 Feb
Mounted Kawahla men wearing chainmail, awaiting the arrival of H. H. Kitchener, during his visit to El Obeid for the official opening of the Sennar - El Obeid railway
SAD.588/1/58
1912 Feb
Mounted officers and officials awaiting the arrival of H. H. Kitchener, during his visit to El Obeid for the official opening of the Sennar - El Obeid railway
SAD.588/1/59
1912 Feb
Mounted shaykhs and tribal leaders awaiting the arrival of H. H. Kitchener, during Kitchener's visit to El Obeid for the official opening of the Sennar - El Obeid railway
SAD.588/1/60
1912 Feb
H. H. Kitchener and Sir Reginald Wingate on horseback, during Kitchener's visit to El Obeid for the official opening of the Sennar - El Obeid railway
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1912 Feb
Isma'ilia tariqa waving flags and banners with Arabic inscriptions, during H. H. Kitchener's visit to El Obeid for the official opening of the Sennar - El Obeid railway
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1912 Feb
Horse race, during H. H. Kitchener's visit to El Obeid for the official opening of the Sennar - El Obeid railway
SAD.588/1/63
1912 Feb
Decorated gateway, during H. H. Kitchener's visit to El Obeid for the official opening of the Sennar - El Obeid railway
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1912 Feb
Banners and flags around a decorated gateway, during H. H. Kitchener's visit to El Obeid for the official opening of the Sennar - El Obeid railway
SAD.588/1/65
1912 Feb
Baqqarah or Misiriyah horsemen holding banners, during H. H. Kitchener's visit to El Obeid for the official opening of the Sennar - El Obeid railway
SAD.588/1/66
1912 Feb
Crowd of Baqqarah men holding spears, during H. H. Kitchener's visit to El Obeid for the official opening of the Sennar - El Obeid railway
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1912 Feb
Baqqarah or Hamar horsemen holding spears, during H. H. Kitchener's visit to El Obeid for the official opening of the Sennar - El Obeid railway
SAD.588/1/68
1912 Feb
Officials on horseback leading tribal groups on a parade during H. H. Kitchener's visit to El Obeid for the official opening of the Sennar - El Obeid railway
SAD.588/1/69
1917
H. A. MacMichael sitting in the throne room in 'Ali Dinar's palace, El Fasher
SAD.588/1/70
1912 Feb
Flags and banners decorating the pavilion, during H. H. Kitchener's visit to El Obeid for the official opening of the Sennar - El Obeid railway
SAD.588/1/71
1912 Feb
R. V. Savile, H. H. Kitchener and Sir Reginald Wingate leading a parade on horseback, during H. H. Kitchener's visit to El Obeid for the official opening of the Sennar - El Obeid railway
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1912 Feb
R. V. Savile, H. H. Kitchener and Sir Reginald Wingate observing a march past, possibly by soldiers of the Camel Corps, during H. H. Kitchener's visit to El Obeid for the official opening of the Sennar - El Obeid railway
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1912 Feb
Sir Reginald Wingate, H. H. Kitchener and R. V. Savile meeting shaykhs, notables and tribal leaders including al-Aaiser and Mudir Goda, during H. H. Kitchener's visit to El Obeid for the official opening of the Sennar - El Obeid railway
SAD.588/1/74
1912 Mar
Excavation work, during H. S. Wellcome's expedition to Jabal Moya
SAD.588/1/75
1912 Mar
Tents and excavation equipment at a camp, during H. S. Wellcome's expedition to Jabal Moya
SAD.588/1/76
1912 Mar
Man standing in the doorway of a house being constructed from boulders, with excavation equipment and the tracks of a light railway in the foreground, during H. S. Wellcome's expedition to Jabal Moya
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1912 Mar
H. S. Wellcome standing with a shaykh, during H. S. Wellcome's expedition to Jabal Moya
SAD.588/1/78
1912 Mar
View of Jabal Moya, during H. S. Wellcome's expedition
SAD.588/1/79
1912 Mar
Excavation work, during H. S. Wellcome's expedition to Jabal Moya
SAD.588/1/80
1912
Government offices, Abu Deleig
SAD.588/1/81
1912
Animals and people gathered around wells at Bir el Ghasein
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1912
Saqiyah under trees in a garden, Wad Medani
SAD.588/1/83
1912
Civil Mess building, Wad Medani
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1912
Trees and plants in a garden, Wad Medani
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1912
View of Kamlin town
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1912 Jun
View of the Blue Nile, Wad Medani
SAD.588/1/88-94
1912
Palm trees in the garden of the Inspector's house, Kamlin
SAD.588/1/95
1912
'Abdu, one of H. A. MacMichael's servants, holding a tea tray, Kamlin
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1912
Government buildings, Kamlin
SAD.588/1/97-98
1912
Hammada holding the reins of H. A. MacMichael's pony, Kamlin
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1912
Interior of the study in H. A. MacMichael's house, showing book shelves and a desk, Kamlin
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1912
Interior of the study in H. A. MacMichael's house, showing wall hangings and decorative objects on the walls and door, Kamlin
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1912
View of Jabal Geili from the north
SAD.588/1/102
1912
Tombs of Sha'a al-Din wad al-Tuwaim and Bayaki bint al-Mak, on Jabal Geili
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1912
Shaiqiyah family standing beside huts constructed from grass matting, on Jabal Geili
SAD.588/1/104
1912
Animals sheltering under large rocks on Jabal Geili
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1912
Carved drawings on the rock face of Jabal Geili
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1912
Mudiriyah, Wad Medani
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1912
Woman sitting beside large earthenware plates, Wad Medani
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1912
Traders at Wad Medani suq
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1912
Grass matting on sale at Wad Medani suq
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1912
Rock face at Belani, south of Abu Simbel
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1912
Teachers and pupils standing outside the girls' school, Kamlin
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1912
Teachers and pupils standing outside the boys' school, Kamlin
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1912
View of rock outcrops from across the Nile, Philae
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1912
Pupils standing outside of the boys' school, Kamlin
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1912
'Awad al-Karim standing next to a decorative tassle hanging on the trunk of a palm tree, Kamlin
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1912 Nov
View of ruins at Merabba village from the west
SAD.588/1/119
1913
H. A. MacMichael sitting on a step, Kamlin
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1912
Animals watering at Ummat Kitra
SAD.588/1/121
1912 Nov
View of ruins at Merabba village from the west
SAD.588/1/122
1913
R. K. Winter sitting on a step with a small dog, Kamlin
SAD.588/1/123
1913 Jan
Diluka, Blue Nile Province
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1913 Jan
E. A. Dickinson, Governor of Blue Nile Province, and Haidan Afandi watching a diluka, Blue Nile Province
SAD.588/1/125-126
1913 Jan
Diluka, Blue Nile Province
SAD.588/1/127
1912 Dec
British Camel Corps company, probably near Khartoum
SAD.588/1/128
1913 Jan
Diluka, Blue Nile Province
SAD.588/1/129-131
1912 Dec
British Camel Corps company, including H. T. Jones-Vaughan, Egerton and R. V. Buxton, near Khartoum
SAD.588/1/132
1913 Jan
View of the Blue Nile, Khartoum
SAD.588/1/133,136
1913 Jan
E. H. H., E. H. H. and W. H. H. on Jabal Sergab, near Khartoum
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1913 Jan
E. H. H., E. H. H. and W. H. H. riding on Jabal Sergab, near Khartoum
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1913 Jan
E. H. H., E. H. H. and W. H. H. riding on horseback on Jabal Sergab, near Khartoum
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1913 Jan
E. H. H., Lord Innes-Ker, E. H. H. and W. H. H. in the grounds of the Grand Hotel, Khartoum
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1913
Rest house, Abu Deleig
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1913
Makki wearing long black and white robes, Wad Hassuna
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1913 Apr 25
Shaykh Muhammad Iahla, Shaykh Ibrahim Muhammad Farah and Dafa'Allah `Abd al-Baki riding camels and a donkey, Abu Deleig
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1913 Apr 13
Men fetching water from Abu Tereima's well, Abyad
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1913 Apr
View from Jabal Geili looking north-north-east
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1913 Apr
Shaykh Ahmad Geili standing in front of Jabal Geili, viewed from the west
SAD.588/1/144
1913 Apr
Rock formations on the summit of Jabal Geili
SAD.588/1/145
1913 Apr
View from Jabal Geili looking north west
SAD.588/1/146
1913 Jan
View from Jabal Sergab, near Karari
SAD.588/1/147
1915
Khartoum Province police officers and government officials, including (front row): Bloomburgh, R. V. Bardsley, P. Munro, H. A. MacMichael, R. E. More (Governor, Khartoum Province), J. R. P. Sandford, C. G. Dupuis, and W. Kinmouth
SAD.588/1/148
1901
Portrait of R. von Slatin in uniform
SAD.588/1/149
1912
MacMichael and Ahmad `Abd al-Fadir al-Aaisar (nazir of the Kababish) in front of gala camels wearing decorated hawdajs, Kordofan
SAD.588/1/150
1912
Enlarged duplicate of SAD.588/1/45
SAD.588/1/151,153-155
1912
Kababish gala camel wearing a decorated hawdaj, Kordofan
SAD.588/1/152,156
1912
Kababish gala camels wearing decorated hawdajs, Kordofan
SAD.588/1/157
1912
Rear view of a Kababish gala camel wearing a decorated hawdaj, Kordofan
SAD.588/1/58
1912
P. C. Joyce next to a Kababish gala camel wearing a decorated hawdaj, Kordofan
SAD.588/1/159
1916
Body of 'Ali Dinar Zakariya Muhammad al-Fadl, the last sultan of Darfur, Giuba
SAD.588/1/160
1921 Jan 15
Tents pitched in a camp at the foot of Jabal Sigada
SAD.588/1/161
1923 Feb
Labourers working on the excavation of the east bank of the spillway, during the construction of the Sennar Dam
SAD.588/1/162
1921 Apr
Crane excavator at work, during the construction of the Sennar Dam, Hag 'Abdullah
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1923 Mar
Masonry work on the west bank of the spillway, during the construction of the Sennar Dam
SAD.588/1/164
1923 Nov
View to the west of the excavations for the sluice dam, during the construction of the Sennar Dam
SAD.588/1/165
1921 June
Labourers at work during the construction of the Sennar Dam
SAD.588/1/166
1924 Jan
View from the west end of the sluice dam, showing the river diversion and railway track in the foreground, during the construction of the Sennar Dam
SAD.588/1/167
1924 Jan
View westwards, showing the solid and spillway dam on the east bank, during the construction of the Sennar Dam
SAD.588/1/168
1921 Jun
Sennar Dam, during construction
SAD.588/1/169
1926
Staff of the Civil Secretary's Office in Khartoum, (from left to right): Beaumeier, M. W. Parr, A. R. C. Bolton, H. A. MacMichael (holding Judy the dog), Griffen, C. E. Lyall, C. E. J. Walkley, Frost, R. V. Bardsley, B. C. Shea
SAD.588/1/170
1927
H. A. MacMichael wearing levée uniform, standing with Araminta, Khartoum
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1929
Tamar Agha, 'umdah of Katul, aged approximately 105, Katul
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1929 Jan
Staff of the Civil Secretary's Office, Khartoum. Back row, from left to right: Nashid Sa'd, Muhammad 'Uthman 'Abd al-Majid, Thabit Rafail, Mukhtar 'Abd al-Malik, Muhammad 'Ali Ibrahim, Hamid al-Sid al-Fiel, Bisharah Mikhai'il, Shafik Mina, Korashi Idris, Muhammad Taha Musallam. Middle row, from left to right: Ghobrial Mishriki, J. J. Brooks, Sgt. C. L. Hammond, A. R. Ferrier, W. M. Frost, B. C. Shea, E. C. L. Flavell, A. G. Griffin, T. O. Harding, A. V. Hoille, Basanty Hanna. Front row, from left to right: G. E. R. Sandars, C. E. J. Walkley, G. R. F. Bredin, J. D. Craig, H. A. MacMichael (Civil Secretary), R. K. Winter, M. S. Lush, A. R. C. Bolton and C. A. E. Lea
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1928
Governor-General's Council, (clockwise, from left to right): H. P. Hewins; H. A. MacMichael, Civil Secretary; H. J. Huddleston, Kaid al-Amm and Commander of the Sudan Defence Force; R. K. Winter, Secretary to Council; Sir John Maffey, Governor-General; N. Davidson, Legal Secretary; Sir G. Schuster, Financial Secretary; A. J. C Huddleston; and J. G. Matthew, Secretary for Health and Education
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1929
Aerial view of the Malha crater, Jabal Meidob
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1930
Governors' meeting, (back row, standing, from left to right): C. G. Dupuis, Governor, Darfur; J. A. Gillan, Governor, Kordofan; L. F. Nalder, Governor, Fung; W. D. C. L. Purves, Governor, Dongola; A. G. Pawson, Governor, White Nile Province; R. V. Bardsley, Governor, Blue Nile Province; (front row, seated, from left to right): F. C. C. Balfour, Governor, Mongalla; D. S. B. Thomson, Commissioner, Port Sudan-Suakin; E. G. Sarsfield-Hall, Governor, Khartoum Province; Sir John Maffey, Governor-General; W. Nicholls, Governor, Berber; H. C. Jackson, Governor, Halfa; R. E. H. Baily, Governor, Kassala
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1920
H. A. MacMichael's house when Assistant Civil Secretary, showing the view from the south side, Khartoum
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1920
View of the garden H. A. MacMichael's house when Assistant Civil Secretary, Khartoum
SAD.588/1/178
1920
H. A. MacMichael's house when Assistant Civil Secretary, showing the view from the south west, Khartoum
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1920
Garden of H. A. MacMichael's house when Assistant Civil Secretary, with Moir's house visible in the background, Khartoum
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1920
View of the north side of H. A. MacMichael's house when Assistant Civil Secretary, Khartoum
SAD.588/1/181
1920
View of H. A. MacMichael's house and garden when Assistant Civil Secretary, Khartoum
SAD.588/1/182
1910-1930
Camels watering by a pool, with men filling water bags and bowls in the foreground, Kordofan
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1920-1930
H. A. MacMichael and two women having a picnic by the side of a road, with a motor car in the background
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1930 Nov 02
Aerial view of Suakin (R.A.F. photo)
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1930 Jul 13
Aerial view of a herd of elephants near Bor (R.A.F. photo)
SAD.588/1/186
1916 [?]
Illuminated manuscript
SAD.588/1/187
1920-1930
Man and woman posing with a young hippopotamus in Khartoum Zoo
SAD.588/1/188
1928 Jan
H. A. MacMichael receiving the C. M. G. from the Governor-General, Sir John Maffey, at a King's day levée in the gardens of the Governor-General's palace, Khartoum
SAD.588/1/189
1916-1918
Governor's house, formerly the palace of 'Ali Dinar, El Fasher
SAD.588/1/190
1919-1934
Shoebill stork, Balaeniceps Rex, in Khartoum Zoo
SAD.588/1/191-192
1932 Jan
Civil Secretary's house, Khartoum
SAD.588/1/193
1908-1909
Sant' Angelo Castle, Rome
SAD.588/1/194
1908-1909
The Alter Hof, Munich
SAD.588/1/195
1908-1909
Strasbourg cathedral, France
SAD.588/2/1-106
1912-1933
Album of black and white photographs of the Sudan and Malta. A number of photographs, which were loose in the album, are now located in SAD.1/10/1-56.
SAD.588/2/3
1913 Nov 6
R. K. Winter reading a book on the deck of a steamer travelling on the Blue Nile
SAD.588/2/4
1913 Nov 6
T. A. Leach sitting on the deck of a steamer travelling on the Blue Nile, with a tethered monkey in his lap
SAD.588/2/6
1914
H. A. MacMichael's garden, Omdurman
SAD.588/2/7
1914 Nov
View of the junction of the Blue Nile and the White Nile
SAD.588/2/8
1914 Feb
Miss Butler, Mrs Burges and E. R. Sawer at an ostrich farm, Khartoum North
SAD.588/2/9,11
1914 Feb
Ostriches on an ostrich farm, Khartoum North
SAD.588/2/10
1914 Feb
E. R. Sawer, principal of the Agricultural School, at an ostrich farm, Khartoum North
SAD.588/2/12
1914 Feb
J. R. P. Sandford, Captain F. Burges, Mrs Burges and Miss Butler at an ostrich farm, Khartoum North
SAD.588/2/13
1914
Group of men, including L. K. Smith and Maydon on board a boat, Sudan
SAD.588/2/14
1917 Sep
H. A. MacMichael, 'D. C.' and Mrs Graves having a picnic in the Nouzha Gardens, Alexandria
SAD.588/2/15
1917 Sep
H. A. MacMichael, Mrs Graves and Mrs Burges in the Nouzha Gardens, Alexandria
SAD.588/2/16
1917 Sep
'D. C.' and H. A. MacMichael having a picnic in the Nouzha Gardens, Alexandria
SAD.588/2/17
1917
Group including H. A. MacMichael, 'D. C.', Cory Wright, Clarke, Mrs Graves, Tod, and Blagden, at a picnic with members of the Royal Air Force, Abu Qir
SAD.588/2/18
1917
Group including Miss Tuck, Tod, Clarke, 'D. C.', H. A. MacMichael and Cory Wright, at a picnic with members of the Royal Air Force, Abu Qir
SAD.588/2/19
1917
Group including 'D. C.', Tod, Mrs Burges, Mrs Graves, H. A. MacMichael, Miss Tuck, Mrs Peel and Clarke, at a picnic with members of the Royal Air Force, Abu Qir
SAD.588/2/20
1917
Group including Blagden, Mrs Burges, 'D. C.', Mrs Peel and Cory Wright, at a picnic with members of the Royal Air Force, Abu Qir
SAD.588/2/21
1917
Group including (standing): Clarke, Mrs Graves, Cory Wright, 'D. C.', H. A. MacMichael, (sitting): Miss Tuck, Tod and Mrs Peel, at a picnic with members of the Royal Air Force, Abu Qir
SAD.588/2/22
1917
Group watching aeroplanes flying, during a picnic with members of the Royal Air Force, Abu Qir
SAD.588/2/23-24
1917
Group including 'D. C.', Tod, Mrs Burges, Mrs Graves, H. A. MacMichael, Miss Tuck, Mrs Peel and Clarke, at a picnic with members of the Royal Air Force, Abu Qir
SAD.588/2/25
1917
Tod, Mrs Graves and 'D. C.' at a picnic with members of the Royal Air Force, Abu Qir
SAD.588/2/26
1917
Group, including S. T. Grigg, Blagden, 'D. C.', and Mrs Hawkins, dressed in swimming costumes and robes whilst on a picnic at Agami Island, near Alexandria
SAD.588/2/27
1917 Oct 15
H. A. MacMichael opening a bottle to celebrate his thirty-fifth birthday, Sudan
SAD.588/2/28-29
1919
View of a harbour at Malta
SAD.588/2/30
1919
H. A. MacMichael on board H.M.S. Highflyer, en route to Egypt
SAD.588/2/31
1919
View of a harbour with boats at Malta
SAD.588/2/32
1919
Fortifications on Malta
SAD.588/2/33
1919
E. Fellowes standing with the Major and Chief Engineer of H.M.S. Highflyer, en route to Egypt
SAD.588/2/34
1919
Chief Engineer and Admiral's secretary on board H.M.S. Highflyer, en route to Egypt
SAD.588/2/35
1920
View of the north side of MacMichael's house when Assistant Civil Secretary, Khartoum
SAD.588/2/36
1920
View of the west side of H. A. MacMichael's house when Assistant Civil Secretary, Khartoum
SAD.588/2/37,41-42
1920
View of the garden at H. A. MacMichael's house when Assistant Civil Secretary, Khartoum
SAD.588/2/38,40
1920
View of the south west side of MacMichael's house when Assistant Civil Secretary, Khartoum
SAD.588/2/39
1920
View of the south side of MacMichael's house when Assistant Civil Secretary, Khartoum
SAD.588/2/43
1920
View northwards from the balcony of H. A. MacMichael's house when Assistant Civil Secretary, Khartoum
SAD.588/2/44,46
1927
Araminta, H. A. MacMichael's daughter, playing with a small dog, Khartoum
SAD.588/2/45
1920
View southwards from the roof of H. A. MacMichael's house when Assistant Civil Secretary, showing palm trees in the garden, Khartoum
SAD.588/2/47
1927
Lord Lloyd wearing morning dress, Heliopolis
SAD.588/2/48
1928 Jan 17
Duplicate of SAD.588/1/188
SAD.588/2/49-50
1924 Feb
Group including H. A. MacMichael, Mrs Nesta MacMichael, Vilhers and Leacroft, on horseback surveying the battlefield of Karari, site of the Battle of Omdurman
SAD.588/2/51
1924 Feb
Unidentified man with Mrs Nesta MacMichael, surveying the battlefield of Karari, site of the Battle of Omdurman
SAD.588/2/52-53
1924 Feb
Group including H. A. MacMichael, Mrs Nesta MacMichael, Vilhers and Leacroft, on horseback surveying the battlefield of Karari, site of the Battle of Omdurman
SAD.588/2/54
1929 Apr
J. A. Gillan, J. A. de C. Hamilton and H. A. MacMichael on camels, Sodiri
SAD.588/2/55
1929 Jun
H. A. MacMichael standing on the steps of a house, Erkowit
SAD.588/2/56
1929
Major P. D. Mulholland, H. A. MacMichael, Miss Mulholland, Sir John Maffey and M. W. Parr having a meal at a camp on Jabal Geili
SAD.588/2/57
1929
Turkana sentinel wearing a feather head-dress and standing on a rock holding a rifle, Talodi
SAD.588/2/59-61
1930 May 28
H. A. MacMichael, Acting Governor-General, with British and Sudanese officers in the gardens of the Governor-General's Palace, Khartoum, handing over the colours on the disbandment of the 9th Sudanese Battalion, Sudan Defence Force. Also pictured are D. H. Adair and Adlam.
SAD.588/2/62
1930 May 28
Duplicate of SAD.840/7/155
SAD.588/2/63
1930 Feb
Crowd of men parading on horseback, possibly at a tribal gathering, Zalingei
SAD.588/2/64
1931
H. A. MacMichael wearing levée uniform, standing with his daughter Priscilla, Khartoum
SAD.588/2/65
1928
View of the Sennar Dam
SAD.588/2/66
1928
Aerial view of the Sennar Dam
SAD.588/2/67-73
1928
Aerial view of irrigated fields in the Barakat area of the Gezira
SAD.588/2/74
1933
Nuba children from Jabal Kasha, including two young girls wearing rahats
SAD.588/2/76
1912-1933
Picture of Gordon's Palace in 1882, hand coloured and sent with message on the back to MacMichael from his daughter Priscilla
SAD.588/2/77-78
1915
Musicians of the ship's band, on board H. M. S. Himalaya, an armoured cruiser previously in service as a P&O ship, Sudan
SAD.588/2/79
1915
H. M. S. Himalaya, an armoured cruiser previously in service as a P&O ship, Sudan
SAD.588/2/80
1915
Naval officers Cooper and Hart, on board H. M. S. Himalaya, an armoured cruiser previously in service as a P&O ship, Sudan
SAD.588/2/81
1915
A. Dixon, commanding officer of H. M. S. Himalaya, an armoured cruiser previously in service as a P&O ship, Sudan
SAD.588/2/82
1915
Naval officers on board H. M. S. Himalaya, an armoured cruiser previously in service as a P&O ship, Sudan
SAD.588/2/83-84
1915
H. A. MacMichael, Political Officer, Red Sea Patrol, on board H. M. S. Himalaya, an armoured cruiser previously in service as a P&O ship, Sudan
SAD.588/2/85
1915
Dinghy being launched from H. M. S. Himalaya, an armoured cruiser previously in service as a P&O ship, Sudan
SAD.588/2/86-87
1915
Guns on board H. M. S. Himalaya, an armoured cruiser previously in service as a P&O ship, Sudan
SAD.588/2/88
1915
H. M. S. Himalaya, an armoured cruiser previously in service as a P&O ship, Sudan
SAD.588/2/89
1915
Sailors on board H. M. S. Himalaya, an armoured cruiser previously in service as a P&O ship, Sudan
SAD.588/2/90
1915
Ship sailing near Abu Zenima, on the Sinai Peninsula
SAD.588/2/91
1915
View of a harbour, possibly Suez or Tur, from H. M. S. Himalaya
SAD.588/2/92
1915
Cooke, navigator of H. M. S. Himalaya, an armoured cruiser previously in service as a P&O ship, Sudan
SAD.588/2/93
1915
Unidentified man, possibly naval or political officer attached to H. M. S. Himalaya, during the Red Sea Patrol
SAD.588/2/94
1915
Men, possibly including H. A. MacMichael, playing golf at Tur
SAD.588/2/95
1915
View of Wejh, on the Arabian coast, from H. M. S. Himalaya
SAD.588/2/96
1915
Bombardment of Wejh, on the Arabian coast, from H. M. S. Himalaya
SAD.588/2/97
1915
View of Maqna, on the Arabian coast, from H. M. S. Himalaya
SAD.588/2/98
1915
H. A. MacMichael and Fletcher playing golf at Tur, on the Sinai Peninsula
SAD.588/2/99
1915
View of a harbour, possibly Suez or Tur, from H. M. S. Himalaya
SAD.588/2/100
1915
View of 'Aqaba, from H. M. S. Himalaya
SAD.588/2/101
1915
H. M. S. Himalaya, an armoured cruiser previously in service as a P&O ship, sailing on the Red Sea
SAD.588/2/102
1915
H. A. MacMichael, Cooper and Fletcher, two naval officers from H. M. S. Himalaya, at Tur harbour
SAD.588/2/103
1915
H. A. MacMichael with sailors and naval officers, from H. M. S. Himalaya, including Cooper and Fletcher, at Tor harbour
SAD.588/2/104
1915 Nov
H. Bell (holding a camera), Mrs Bell, R. A. Bence Pembroke and H. A. MacMichael playing tennis, during an intelligence-gathering trip made by H. A. MacMichael in preparation for the Darfur campaign, Nahud
SAD.588/2/105
1915 Nov
Tennis match, including H. Bell, R. A. Bence Pembroke and H. A. MacMichael, during an intelligence-gathering trip made by H. A. MacMichael in preparation for the Darfur campaign, Nahud
SAD.588/2/106
1952
Sayyid 'Abd al-Rahman al-Mahdi meeting the Prime Minister, Winston Churchill, at 10 Downing Street
SAD.A4/1-106
1916-1917
Album of black and white photographs covering the Darfur campaign during World War One:
SAD.A4/1
1916 Mar
Soldiers of the Camel Corps, Western Frontier Force, drawing water from a well at Umm Shanqa, during the Darfur campaign
SAD.A4/2
1916 Mar
Darfur Field Force camp at Jabal El Hilla, during the Darfur campaign
SAD.A4/3
1916 Mar
Darfur Field Force camp at Jabal El Hilla, looking north-east towards the Luqud hills, during the Darfur campaign
SAD.A4/4
1916 Mar
Jabal Umm Qud in the Lugud hills
SAD.A4/5
1916 Mar
Darfur Field Force en route to Umm Kadada, during the Darfur campaign
SAD.A4/6
1916 Mar
Desert at Lugud
SAD.A4/7
1916 Mar
Drawing water from Umm 'Isheishat well, during the Darfur campaign
SAD.A4/8
1916
Lt. Colonel P. J. V. Kelly, commander of the Darfur Field Force, on horseback, during the Darfur campaign
SAD.A4/9
1916
Major E. A. T. Bayly, commanding officer, 14th Sudanese Battalion, on horseback, during the Darfur campaign
SAD.A4/10
1916 Apr
Soldiers of the Darfur Field Force on the march to Abyad, during the Darfur campaign
SAD.A4/11
1916 Apr
Soldiers of the Darfur Field Force on the march to Abyad, during the Darfur campaign
SAD.A4/12
1916 May
Lt. Colonel P. J. V. Kelly and Captain E. J. Bannatyne (Royal Flying Corps) standing by the first aeroplane to reach Rahad Abyad, during the Darfur campaign
SAD.A4/13-14
1916 May
Local people watching the first aeroplane to reach Rahad Abyad, during the Darfur campaign
SAD.A4/15
1916 May
Soldiers digging for water at Mellit, during the Darfur campaign
SAD.A4/16
1916 May
Darfur Field Force camp at Abyad, during the Darfur campaign
SAD.A4/17
1916 May
Palm grove, Mellit
SAD.A4/18
1916 May 22
Soldiers firing guns and artillery on the battlefield of Beringiya, during the Darfur campaign
SAD.A4/19-20
1916 May 22
Fur army casualties on the battlefield of Beringiya, during the Darfur campaign
SAD.A4/21
1916 May 22
Fur army trenches near the battlefield of Beringiya, during the Darfur campaign
SAD.A4/22
1916 May 22
Camel Corps soldiers riding over Fur army trenches after the battle at Beringiya, during the Darfur campaign
SAD.A4/23
1916 May 23
Lt. Colonel P. J. V. Kelly, Basir Nusr, and Sid Ahmad Mahgub, preparing to enter El Fasher on horseback during the Darfur campaign
SAD.A4/24
1916 May 23
Darfur Field Force entering El Fasher, during the Darfur campaign
SAD.A4/25
1916
View of the courtyard in 'Ali Dinar's palace in El Fasher, from the palace roof, looking north
SAD.A4/26
1916
View of the courtyard in 'Ali Dinar's palace In El Fasher, from the palace roof, looking east, with mosque and suq in the distance
SAD.A4/27
1916
Gun emplacement on a wall in the courtyard of 'Ali Dinar's palace, El Fasher
SAD.A4/28
1916
Courtyard of 'Ali Dinar's palace, El Fasher
SAD.A4/29
1916
Lt. Colonel P. J. V. Kelly and E. E. Gee standing by a gun emplacement on a wall in the courtyard of 'Ali Dinar's palace, El Fasher
SAD.A4/30
1916
View southwards, showing a gun enplacement in the south-east corner of 'Ali Dinar's palace courtyard, El Fasher
SAD.A4/31
1916
Residence of H. A. MacMichael and J. A. Gillan after the conquest of El Fasher, formerly the harim quarter of 'Ali Dinar's palace, El Fasher
SAD.A4/32
1916
Interior of a room in H. A. MacMichael's residence after the conquest of El Fasher, formerly the harim quarter of 'Ali Dinar's palace, El Fasher
SAD.A4/33-37
1916
View of H. A. MacMichael's residence after the conquest of El Fasher, formerly the harim quarter of 'Ali Dinar's palace, El Fasher
SAD.A4/38
1916
Qubbah of Zakariya, father of 'Ali Dinar, EL Fasher
SAD.A4/39
1916-1917
Duplicate of SAD.588/1/69
SAD.A4/40-42
1916
View of 'Ali Dinar's palace, El Fasher
SAD.A4/43-46
1916
Khor during the rains
SAD.A4/47
1916
View of buildings on the outskirts of 'Ali Dinar's palace enclosure, El Fasher
SAD.A4/48-49
1916
Women's suq, El Fasher
SAD.A4/50-51
1916
H. J. Huddleston, commanding officer, Camel Corps, posing in a suit of chain mail armour, on a horse wearing quilted horse armour, in the grounds of 'Ali Dinar's palace, El Fasher
SAD.A4/52
1916 Jul
Ford motor car, the first road vehicle to reach El Fasher
SAD.A4/53
1916 Jul
Spectators running after the first motor car to reach El Fasher
SAD.A4/54
1916 Jul
H. J. Huddleston and Macdonald standing by a Ford motor car, one of the first road vehicles to reach El Fasher
SAD.A4/55
1916
W. H. McCowan (Arab Battalion), A. G. Cummins (Senior Medical Officer) and H. V. V. Kyrke (General Staff Officer) holding a camera, El Fasher
SAD.A4/56
1916 May
Group of officers, one sitting on 'Ali Dinar's throne, El Fasher, including R. H. Darwall (13th Sudanese Battalion), C. Cassidy (Senior Medical Officer), G. G. Cobden (M. I.), D. Pott (13th Sudanese Battalion), J. L. Garstin (Supplies), Maydon (M. I.), R. K. B. Walker (Camel Corps) and Hamer (Royal Air Force), on an expedition
SAD.A4/57
1916 May
Group of officers, including R. H. Darwall (13th Sudanese Battalion), C. Cassidy (Senior Medical Officer), G. G. Cobden (M. I.), D. Pott (13th Sudanese Battalion), J. L. Garstin (Supplies), Maydon (M. I.), R. K. B. Walker (Camel Corps) and Hamer (Royal Air Force), on an expedition, El Fasher
SAD.A4/58
1916 May
Group of officers, including Maydon (M. I.), R. K. B. Walker (Camel Corps), Lt. Colonel P. J. V. Kelly, W. H. McCowan, Major E. A. T. Bayly and C. W. Spinks, on an expedition, El Fasher
SAD.A4/59
1916 May
Group of officers on an expedition, El Fasher. Back row, from left to right: R. G. Maclaine (Camel Corps), Lt. Colonel P. J. V. Kelly (sitting on 'Ali Dinar's throne), E. E. Gee (Royal Garrison Artillery.), G. G. Cobden (M. I.), C. Cassidy (Senior Medical Officer), J. O. Thurburn (Royal Field Artillery), R. K. B. Walker (Camel Corps), J. L. Garstin (Supplies), A. G. Cummins, D. Pott (13th Sudanese Battalion), Sgt. Flint, Sgt. Duse. Middle row (seated on chairs), from left to right: H. J. Huddleston, C. H. Little (General Staff Officer), Lt. Colonel P. J. V. Kelly, R. W. Hutton (Royal Field Artillery), Maydon (M. I.), Hamer (Royal Air Force), C. W. Spinks, W. H. McCowan, H. A. MacMichael, R. H. Darwall (13th Sudanese Battalion). Front row (seated on ground), from left to right: Warren, Major E. A. T. Bayly, S. T. Grigg (Camel Corps)
SAD.A4/60
1916 Jun
Group of notables In El Fasher, including (from left to right): Muhammad Kebkebe, sultan of Beigo; Bakhit Taj al-Din, councillor to 'Ali Dinar; Bashir Nusr, councillor to 'Ali Dinar; 'Abd al-Rahman Hasan Sherara, sultan of Kubga; Faraqullah Mansur, merchant; Fasher wad Firti, Kobbe; 'Uthman abu Elgama, Fur councillor to 'Ali Dinar; Dosa wad Firti, sultan of Kobbe; 'Ali al-Sanusi, Ta'aisha councillor to 'Ali Dinar; Magdum Sharif, viceroy of northern Darfur; Dumu Bereisimbu, shartai of Berti; 'Abd al-Muttalib 'Ali, brother of Mahmud al-Dadingawi; Mahmud al-Dadingawi, ex-Fur commander-in-chief and chief councillor to 'Ali Dinar
SAD.A4/61-63
1916 Jun
Group of notables in El Fasher, including: Muhammad Kebkebe, sultan of Beigo; Bakhit Taj al-Din, councillor to 'Ali Dinar; Bashir Nusr, councillor to 'Ali Dinar; 'Abd al-Rahman Hasan Sherara, sultan of Kubga; Faraqullah Mansur, merchant; Fasher wad Firti, Kobbe; 'Uthman abu Elgama, Fur councillor to 'Ali Dinar; Dosa wad Firti, sultan of Kobbe; 'Ali al-Sanusi, Ta'aisha councillor to 'Ali Dinar; Magdum Sharif, viceroy of northern Darfur; Dumu Bereisimbu, shartai of Berti; 'Abd al-Muttalib 'Ali, brother of Mahmud al-Dadingawi; Mahmud al-Dadingawi, ex-Fur commander-in-chief and chief councillor to 'Ali Dinar
SAD.A4/64
1916 Jun
Group of Kenin women, El Fasher
SAD.A4/65
1916
Mahmud al-Dadingawi, Fur commander-in-chief and chief councillor to 'Ali Dinar, El Fasher
SAD.A4/66
1916
Rizayqat bulls transporting grain to El Fasher
SAD.A4/67
1916 Oct
Mahmud Hafiz changing the tyre of a motor car, on the way to El Obeid
SAD.A4/68
1916 Nov 06
Body of 'Ali Dinar Zakariya Muhammad al-Fadl, the last sultan of Darfur
SAD.A4/69
1916 Sep
W. H. McGowan standing in a field, during an Arab Battalion expedition to Kebkabiya
SAD.A4/70
1916 Sep
Jabal Umm Bahur, during an Arab Battalion expedition to Kebkabiya
SAD.A4/71
1916 Sep
Khor Umm Gelbagh in flood, during an Arab Battalion expedition to Kebkabiya
SAD.A4/72
1916 Sep
Camels, during an Arab Battalion expedition to Kebkabiya
SAD.A4/73
1916 Sep
W. H. McCowan swimming at Kowra, in the Jabal Marra range, during an Arab Battalion expedition to Kebkabiya
SAD.A4/74,76
1916 Sep
Kowra, in the Jabal Marra range, during an Arab Battalion expedition to Kebkabiya
SAD.A4/75
1916 Sep
D. Mills and W. H. McCowan swimming at Kowra, in the Jabal Marra range, during an Arab Battalion expedition to Kebkabiya
SAD.A4/77
1916 Sep
Mounted soldiers riding past a mosque, during an Arab Battalion expedition to Kebkabiya
SAD.A4/78-79
1916 Sep
Landscape, during an Arab Battalion expedition to Kebkabiya
SAD.A4/80-81
1916-1917
Old Egyptian fort, during a winter expedition to the west and south of Jabal Marra
SAD.A4/82
1916-1917
Holy stone of Sergitti, in Jabal Kongyo, during a winter expedition to the west and south of Jabal Marra
SAD.A4/83
1916-1917
View from Jabal Kongyo, during a winter expedition to the west and south of Jabal Marra
SAD.A4/84
1916-1917
Landscape south of Jabal Kongyo
SAD.A4/85
1916
Men stacking corn, Zalingei
SAD.A4/86
1916 Nov
Landscape, Dibbis
SAD.A4/87
1916
Pool of water between Umm Haraz and Turra, in western Darfur
SAD.A4/88
1916
Landscape between Umm Haraz and Turra, in western Darfur
SAD.A4/89
1916
Stone mosque, next to the tomb of Sulayman Solong, Turra
SAD.A4/90
1916
Stone mosque, next to the tomb of Sulayman Solong, Turra
SAD.A4/91-92
1916
Tombs of the sultans of Darfur, Turra
SAD.A4/93
1916
Tomb of Sulayman Solong, Turra
SAD.A4/94
1916
Old Fur mosque, between Kas and Nyala
SAD.A4/95
1916
Trees by the waterside, Kas
SAD.A4/96
1916
Tree under which 'Ali Dinar camped, with an Arabic inscription carved into the bark, Kas
SAD.A4/97
1917
Colonel Hilaire, officer in command, Wadai, talking to H. A. MacMichael before leaving El Fasher
SAD.A4/98
1917 Jul
Men on camels standing next to ruins, between Jabal Meidob and Wadi El Melik
SAD.A4/99-100
1917 Jul
Landscape between Jabal Meidob and Wadi El Melik
SAD.A4/101,103
1917 Jul
Ruins between Jabal Meidob and Wadi El Melik
SAD.A4/102
1917 Jul
Landscape between Jabal Meidob and Wadi El Melik
SAD.A4/104,106
1917 Sep
Official residency, during H. A. MacMichael's political mission to Aden
SAD.A4/105
1917 Sep
General Sir G. M. Stewart, resident and general-officer-commanding, in a horse and trap, during H. A. MacMichael's political mission to Aden
SAD.578/6/1
1919
Large mounted photograph of a delegation of Sudanese notables during a visit to England for an audience with King George V. From left to right: Ibrahim Farah of the Ja'aliyin; 'Ali al-Tum of the Kababish; Shaykh Isma'il al-Azhari, qadi of Darfur; Shaykh al-Tayyib Ahmad Hashim, the mufti; Sayyid 'Ali al-Mirghani; Sayyid 'Abd al-Rahman al-Mahdi; Shaykh Abu al-Qasim, president of the Board of Ulama; Ibrahim Musa; Shaykh 'Awad al-Karim 'Abd Allah abu Sinn, nazir 'umum of the Shukriyah
SAD.A3/1-42
1920-1930
Album of black and white photographs of the consulate, country and people of Maji, Ethiopia, sent to MacMichael by W. Pennefather Holland, British Consul
SAD.A3/1
1920-1930
View of the British Consulate from the north, Maji
SAD.A3/2
1920-1930
View of the British Consulate from the north-east, Maji
SAD.A3/3
1920-1930
View of the British Consulate from the south, Maji
SAD.A3/4
1920-1930
View of the British Consulate from the north-east, showing the town of Maji on the far ridge in the distance, with the Governor's house situated at the front, Maji
SAD.A3/5
1920-1930
View of the British Consulate from the east, Maji
SAD.A3/6
1920-1930
Sunset over the British Consulate, Maji
SAD.A3/7
1920-1930
Rows of trees in the British Consulate compound, Maji
SAD.A3/8
1920-1930
Thatched buildings in the British Consulate compound, Maji
SAD.A3/9
1920-1930
Thatched buildings behind rows of trees in the British Consulate compound, Maji
SAD.A3/10
1920-1930
British flag flying from thatched buildings in the British Consulate compound, Maji
SAD.A3/11
1920-1930
Rows of trees in the British Consulate compound, Maji
SAD.A3/12-13
1920-1930
Residents of Maji attending a Sunday church service in the compound of the British Consulate, Maji
SAD.A3/14
1920-1930
Dejazmatch Assafa, Governor of Maji, wearing an ornately decorated cloak, Maji
SAD.A3/15
1920-1930
Three of Dejazmatch Assafa's officials, wearing animal skin cloaks and holding conical shields and rifles, Maji
SAD.A3/16
1920-1930
Group of Dejazmatch Assafa's officials and followers, wearing animal skin cloaks and holding conical shields and rifles, Maji
SAD.A3/17
1920-1930
Dejazmatch Assafa's followers displaying two machine guns, Maji
SAD.A3/18
1920-1930
W. Pennefather Holland, British consul, sitting next to Dejazmatch Assafa, Governor of Maji. Pennefather Holland is wearing an ornately decorated cloak which was thrown over his shoulders as a gesture of friendship.
SAD.A3/19-20
1920-1930
Travellers on the main road between Jimma and Maji, where bandits are common
SAD.A3/21
1920-1930
Wheat, oats and other vegetation growing on Maji mountain
SAD.A3/22
1920-1930
Trees and crops near the British Consulate, towards Maji ridge
SAD.A3/23
1920-1930
Precipice of Maji mountain, traditionally the scene of execution, where the victim, with hands bound, was thrown over the edge
SAD.A3/24
1920-1930
View of Maji mountain
SAD.A3/25
1920-1930
View of landscape from Maji mountain
SAD.A3/26
1920-1930
Waterfall on Maji mountain, one of the sources of the River Omo
SAD.A3/27
1920-1930
Plants and other vegetation on Maji mountain
SAD.A3/28
1920-1930
Plants and trees on Maji mountain
SAD.A3/29
1920-1930
Grain store constructed in a tree, Maji
SAD.A3/30
1920
Chief Ohori of the Turkana, wearing a large feather head-dress and a nose ring, Maji
SAD.A3/31
1920
Turkana riflemen, wearing animal skins and feather head-dresses, posing with guns and artificial smoke, Maji
SAD.A3/32
1920
Turkana sentinel wearing a feather head-dress and standing on a rock holding a rifle, Maji
SAD.A3/33
1920-1930
Young Kachepu men with long spears, in the south-west Boma plateau
SAD.A3/34
1920
Headman Atto Tasfu, of Tigré province, one of the men employed by the British Consul as an escort and guard, holding a rifle and a conical shield, Maji
SAD.A3/35
1920-1930
Three Amharan men, employed as escorts by the British Consul, with rifles and ammunition belts, Maji
SAD.A3/36
1920-1930
Two Galla and one Amharan man, employed as escorts by the British Consul, with rifles and ammunition belts, Maji
SAD.A3/37
1920-1930
Guragi, Kaffa and Amharan men, employed as escorts by the British Consul, with rifle and ammunition belts, Maji
SAD.A3/38
1920-1930
W. Pennefather Holland, British Consul, standing in between a servant and a second headman, both holding rifles, Maji
SAD.A3/39
1920-1930
Haj Salih, a poacher and bandit, guarded at gunpoint by 'Ali Nur and the men who captured him, Maji
SAD.A3/40
1920-1930
British Consulate officials weighing ivory which was seized from Haj Salih, after being poached during an expedition to Mongalla, Maji
SAD.A3/41
1920-1930
Local Maji official, also renowned as a slaver and a bandit, carrying a rifle
SAD.A3/42
1920-1930
British Consulate pet cat, Maji
SAD.578/6/2
[ca. 1925-1940]
Tomb for Lord and Lady Curzon in Kedleston Memorial Chapel. Lord Curzon died in 1925 and his wife in 1906. He had the effigies of both his wife and himself carved in white Serravezza marble by Sir Bertram Mackennal.
SAD.578/6/3
[ca. 1930-1945]
Large mounted portrait photograph of MacMichael, taken by Bassano Ltd
8. Maps
SAD.PF/26/3/7
[ca.1898-1935]
Geographical map of the Sudan showing the locations of tribes
scale:   1 to 3,675,000
Size: 70 x 57 cm
Index terms
Maps
SAD.430/22/35
1916 Jul
3 sketch maps on one sheet showing the phases of the Battle of Beringia, 22 May 1916 (11 am, 11.30 am and noon) with extensive notes on the manouevres of the combatants. Dyeline-style printing. Sketched by R. K. B. Walker, Bimbashi, XIII Sudanese. Printed by Sudan Survey Department, Khartoum
scale:   6 inches to 1 mile
Size: 36 x 66 cm
Index terms
Maps
SAD.477/4
1921
Great Britain, War Office, General Staff, Geographical Section: map of the Anglo-Egyptian Sudan. Southampton : Ordnance Survey, 1921. Map showing Sudan, with provinces, railways and rivers. Revised in December 1921 based on 1914 printing. Boundaries and communication routes added in red ink.
1:3,000,000
Size: 90 x 69 cm
9. Museum Objects
SAD.5/3
[1777-1778]
Coin of Khan Shahin Girai, dated Bagce Serai 1191
Index terms
Objects
SAD.5/1/1-2403
1890-1916
Collection of iron coins, the majority of which were struck in El Fasher and bear the tugrha of 'Ali Dinar. For a description of the coins, see draft article by Thomas E. Higel, “The coinage of 'Ali Dinar in The Sudan Archives”, kept with the collection. The article was later published as “Dating the indigenous coinages of the Sudan”, Numismatica Patavina, 7, (Padova, 2003). For an offprint of this article see 737.409624 HIG at the Bill Bryson Library.
Index terms
Objects
SAD.5/2/1-6
1899-1934
Six badges from MacMichael's service in the Sudan:
SAD.5/2/1
[ca. 1905]
Sudan Civil Service hat badge, comprising branches of leaves curving round to form a circle and the initials S.C.S. interwined in the centre. The badge was worn in the centre of the helmet, with a province badge at the side. Made from bronze [?]
Size: Diameter: 5 cm
Index terms
Objects
SAD.5/2/2
[ca. 1905]
Sudan Civil Service hat badge, comprising branches of leaves curving round to form a circle and the initials S.C.S. interwined in the centre. The badge was worn in the centre of the helmet, with a province badge at the side. Made from bronze [?]
Size: Diameter: 5cm
Index terms
Objects
SAD.5/2/3
[ca.1913-1934]
Khartoum Province hat badge, featuring a profile of an elephant's head mounted on a blue enamel scroll with the word ‘Khartoum’. Province badges were worn on the side of the helmet. Made from ???
Size: Width: 4 cm Height: 3 cm
Index terms
Objects
SAD.5/2/4
[ca.1912-1913]
Blue Nile Province hat badge featuring 2 bulls' heads, the initials B.N.P. in a gold coloured arc above the heads and a gold coloured scroll beneath with Arabic writing. Province badges were worn on the side of the helmet. Made from metal ???
Size: Width: 3.5 cm Height: 3 cm
Index terms
Objects
SAD.5/2/5
[ca 1905-1912]
Kordofan Province [?] hat badge, comprising of two branches of shamrocks or three leaved clover curved to form a circle and the letter K in the middle. Province badges were worn on the side of the helmet. Made from metal ??
Size: Diameter: 5 cm
Index terms
Objects
SAD.5/2/6
[ca.1913-1934]
Khartoum Racing Club badge in the shape of an oval shield with a dark blue K on a light clue enamel background in the centre, and the words Khartoum Racing Club on a white background around the edge. The badge is suspended on a blue and white woven string. Made from bronze [?]
Index terms
Objects
SAD.1/12/1
1926-1933
Hand coloured pen and ink caricature by E. G. Sarsfield-Hall of Sir John Maffey, Governor-General of the Sudan, in dress uniform
Size: 35 x 22.5 cm
Index terms
Paintings
10. Miscellanea
SAD.402/3/1-34
[ca.1912-1932]
Poetry and other satirical writings by officers and officials in the Sudan including: “A game of polo” by W. H. B. Evans (SAD.402/3/1-5); “Lord Allenby's tour of Inspection in the Sudan January and February, 1920.” by W. R. G. Bond (SAD.402/3/6); “The passing of Pailthorpe” by unknown (SAD.402/3/7); spoof notices from the “Daily Feuilleton” (1921) (SAD.402/3/8-9); “The lament of a pacifist” by unknown (1923) (SAD.402/3/10); poem (qasida) by Hamid al-Badawi in praise of MacMichael, Arabic with translation and related letter, 20 Nov 1928 (SAD.402/3/11,28-29); translation of a speech by `Abd al-Hamid `Abd Allah, made at the opening of the Club at El Obeid (SAD.402/3/12-15); untitled poem by Sir I. Rugman, “On Abyssinian fringes...” (SAD.403/2/16-18); typescript note on the proceedings of a medical board on an unnamed clerk (SAD.402/3/19); poem by W. R. G. Bond,“Inspection of a headquarters of a province in the Sudan by the Governor General of the Sudan” (SAD.402/3/20); “The ballad of the Meidob traders”, by unknown (SAD.402/3/21-25); poem by unknown author entitled “To a young man who likes happy endings” (SAD.402/3/26); “On the trek”, poem by unknown author (SAD.402/3/27); “The Old Soldier”, a poem, possibly by H. H. Headlam (SAD.402/3/30-31); typescript spoof programme, menu and appendices for a meeting of entomologists (SAD.402/3/32-34)
SAD.586/7/1
1941
Sample of propaganda leaflet dropped on Syria, informing the local poeple that there are no German aeroplanes or troops in Syria or Iraq. Leaflet formerly belonged to Lady MacMichael.
French
SAD.586/6/1
1948 Apr
Transcription by MacMichael of one sentence from an article entitled “Fashoda” by A. L. Kennedy published in the Quarterly Review
SAD.586/7/2
1951 Nov
Untitled poem by A. P. Herbert, “For gratitude, of course, we look no more...”, on self-determination for the Sudan
SAD.586/7/3-4
1955
Transcription by MacMichael of extracts from a chapter about the Nile and the Sudan in Inside Africa by travel writer J. Gunther
11. Printed material
SAD.403/7/3-16
[ca.1924]
MacMichael, H. A.,. The Sudan : historical survey. [S.l. : s.n., 192-?]
SAD.586/1/21-43
c.1924
Photocopy of MacMichael, H. A.,. The Sudan : historical survey. [S.l. : s.n., 192-?]