Great Britain -- Colonies -- Africa
Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings
Found in 5 Collections and/or Records:
Papers, 1940-2015, of Margaret Reardon (b. 1920), relating to life as a colonial wife in Eritrea, Tanganyika, Bechuanaland, the Gilbert and Ellice Islands and the Turks and Caicos Islands.
Extents: 0.6 linear metres (6 physical shelfmarks; 5 digital shelfmarks)
Letters from Rowland Daniel, to his mother and sisters, written on voyage to Cape Town, Africa, and on arrival in Mafeking to join the Bechuanaland Police Mounted Regiment (1898). Also, letters from Rowland Daniel (and some from his wife Clare) as Resident Magistrate in Serowe and Assistant Commissioner in Francistown (1906). Photocopies.
Extents: 1 box
Dates: 1898, 1906
Letters, diaries, reports, memoranda and photographs relating to service in the Gold Coast (1929-1952), Uganda (1955-1958, and c.1961-1963) and Liberia (1959-1960), mainly concerning research into sleeping sickness and the tsetse fly, with related printed material, 1932-1960.
Extents: 11 boxes
Correspondence and papers mainly relating to his administration of the Cape of Good Hope colony (Cape Colony), with a summary of content. Comprises: Letters to Bourke, 1825-1829 (5 volumes) Drafts and copies of letters from Bourke, 1826-1845 (3 volumes) Indexes to despatches received, 1826-1828 (2 volumes) Instructions to Bourke, 1816-1827 (2 volumes) …
Extents: 31 Volumes
"Labour problems in British tropical Africa", 1939. Typescript.
Extents: 45 Leaves