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Uganda -- Description and travel

 Subject
Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings

Found in 7 Collections and/or Records:

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Papers of E.V. Townsend

Typescript account, 1996, of a return visit to Uganda made by Townsend, 1994-1995.
Shelfmark: MSS. Afr. s. 2258
Extents: 17 pp.
Dates: 1996
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Papers of Helen L. Haylett

Papers, 20th century, comprising To Zanzibar and Back, a memoir by Helen L. Haylett of service in Zanzibar Protectorate, etc. from 1935 to 1961 (ref. MSS. Afr. s. 2223/1).
Shelfmark: MSS. Afr. s. 2223/1-2
Extents: 143 pages
Dates: 20th century
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Papers of Professor A.C.F. Rivet, MA, FSA, 1942-1946, [1978-1984]

Address card, correspondence with Oxford Development Records Project, responses to part of aide-memoire, [1978-1984]; letters written home to parents from East Africa (one xeroxed), 1942-1945; notes on Kenyan economy by Rivet, [1945-1946].
Shelfmark: MSS Afr. s. 1715 (229) (Box 15)
Extents: 72 Leaves
Dates: 1942-1946, [1978-1984]
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Papers of Sir Gerald H. Portal

Letterbooks, diaries, correspondence etc. relating to service in Cairo, Zanzibar and Uganda.
Extents: 12 Volumes
Dates: 1881-1895
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Transcript of an interview with Lady Violet Grace Bourdillon

Transcript of an interview with Lady Violet Grace Bourdillon on life in India, Iraq, Ceylon, Uganda, Nigeria, 1908-1940.
Shelfmark: MSS.Brit.Emp.s.475
Extents: 38 ff.
Dates: 1908-1940
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Typescript by Hannah Stanton

An account by Hannah Stanton of her time as Warden of Mary Stuart Hall, Makerere University College entitled: "Educational - A Picture of Uganda in the 60s: A Tribute to Makerere University College and to African Women".
Shelfmark: MSS.Afr.s.2285
Extents: 366 ff.
Dates: 1962-1970
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Typescripts by Ellen Kathleen Fenning

Accounts by Ellen Kathleen Fenning of the consecration of the Anglican Cathedral at Entebbe (13th September 1919), and her impressions of the country and people while on safari with her husband, Captain G.E. Fenning (DSO), Assistant Director of Surveys in Uganda. Also 2 circular letters (1921), dealing with her domestic arrangements and the difficulties of child-care in Uganda. Typescript and photocopied typescript.
Shelfmark: MSS.Afr.s.2144
Extents: 64 Leaves
Dates: [1919-1921]