Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings
Found in 4 Collections and/or Records:
Illustrations by Mrs. Edward James Lugard (Charlotte Eleanor) in The rise of our East African empire: early efforts in Nyasaland and Uganda by F.J.D. Lugard, 1893 (printed), with autograph inscription by E.J. Lugard.
Extents: 1 volume
Memoranda, press cuttings, printed items, correspondence, reports, articles and speeches relating to Fraser's work as a missionary and teacher in Uganda, Ceylon (now Sri Lanka), the Gold Coast (now Ghana), Scotland and Jamaica. Included are circular letters (entitled "Journals" and "Letter to Prayer Helpers") written by Fraser and his wife whilst in Uganda, Ceylon and the Gold Coast, and letters from Fraser to his wife and son ("Sandy").
Extents: 12 boxes
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, diaries, photographs, memoirs, etc. relating to Temple-Perkins' service in Uganda. Also, a copy of his book, Kingdom of the Elephant, with related correspondence and press cuttings (including some about African wild life).
Extents: 9 boxes and volumes