Bolland, A.P.
Introduction
A.P. Bolland
Arrangement

Catalogue
1. Historical Material
2. Miscellanea
3. Photographic Material
Reference code: GB-0033-SAD
Title: Bolland, A.P.
Dates of creation: ca.1880-1930
Extent: 3 files
Held by: Durham University Library, Archives and Special Collections: Sudan Archive
Created by: material relating to service in the Sudan
Language: English

A.P. Bolland

1905 First appointment to Sudan service
1914 - ? Commercial Secretary, Cairo
1918- 1926Secretary, Sudan Agency, Cairo


Arrangement

1. Historical Material
2. Miscellanea
3. Photographic Material

Catalogue
1. Historical Material
SAD.439/637/2-4
[ca. 1906]
Eyewitness account of the death of General Gordon as told to a Sudanese clerk by Khalil Agha Ahmad, çavus agasi
2. Miscellanea
SAD.439/637/1
1906 Jan 19
Invitation from R. von Slatin, Inspector General, to Bolland to attend an “at home”
3. Photographic Material
SAD.13/1/1
1885
Engraving of a panoramic view of Khartoum as it was when occupied by General Gordon, featuring the Austrian Mission convent and gardens, the palace and former headquarters of Gordon, government buildings, and military barracks. Also shown in the distance are Tuti Island, Omdurman, the White Nile and the Blue Nile.
SAD.13/2/1
1905
Habub over Khartoum
SAD.11/4/1
1913 Mar 30
Portrait of Sir Lee Stack (right), Sudan Agent, and R.E.M. Russell, Director of Intelligence, wearing Egyptian Army uniform (autographed copy)
SAD.11/4/2
1913
Staff of the Sudan Agency and Intelligence Department, Cairo, including 2nd row standing, left to right: S.A. Vitale?, A. Hilmi, G. Ghannoum, A. al-Sayyid, ? Isawi, Elyinassa?, ?, M. Fu`ad, F. Chidias, H. Mahboob. Seated, left to right: P. Evans, Na`um Shuqair [Shoucair], R.E.M. Russell, L.O.F. Stack, A. P. Bolland, Asaad Doglul? and C.J. Walkley (autographed copy)
SAD.13/2/2
1923
Portrait of Ahmad Pasha Muhammad Hasanayn dressed in white robes and carrying a rifle on his back (autographed copy)
SAD.2/26/1-4
1923
King George V, Queen Mary, King Victor Emanuel III, A.P. Bolland and H.P. Hewins visiting the Sudan Court at the Wembley Exhibition
SAD.13/2/3-5
1924 Sep
Visit of Sudanese shaykhs to England:
SAD.13/2/3
1924
Group, including visiting Sudanese shaykhs, at the Daily Mail building
SAD.13/2/4
1924
Group of visitors, including Sudanese shaykhs, standing outside the works of Messrs. Ruston and Hornsby Ltd, manufacturers of agricultural machinery. Featuring (from left to right): W. Haynes, Secretary, Messrs. Ruston & Hornsby Ltd.; G.R. Sharpley, Managing Director; Sir D.T. Keymer, Messrs. Keymer & Sons and the Sudan Mercantile Co. Ltd.; Muhammad Ahmad al-Imam, El Obeid; Haj `Abd al-Rahman `Abd Allah, Wad Medani; A.P. Bolland; `Abu `Ali Musa, Port Sudan; Sadiq Issa, Omdurman; `Uthman Zayad, Wad Medani; J. P. Newlove; Mahmud Bersi, Omdurman; G.H. Nevile, Wellingore Hall; W.H. Winsor, London office, Messrs. Ruston & Hornsby Ltd.; C.J. Nevile, Wellingore Hall; B. Revitt, Works Manager; and K.C. Keymer
SAD.13/2/5
1924
Sudanese shaykhs on a visit to Lincoln Cathedral with the Dean of Lincoln. Featuring, from left to right: A.P. Bolland, `Uthman Zayad, Haj `Abd al-Rahman `Abd Allah, `Abu `Ali Musa, the Dean of Lincoln, Mahmud Bersi, Sadiq Issa, Muhammad Ahmad al-Imam and Sir D.T. Keymer.
SAD.11/4/3
1930
Portrait of Sir Reginald Wingate wearing the robes of the G.C.B.