Tanganyika -- Officials and employees
Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings
Found in 11 Collections and/or Records:
Black and white photograph of the Residency, Kigoma (mid 1920s); five illustrated Christmas menu cards with guests signatures (1923-1924 and 1927-1929); watercolour of Kigoma Bay, Lake Tanganyika, from the verandah by Sir Alison Russell (1923).
Extents: 7 items
Journals and notebooks relating to the Forestry and Agriculture Service in Tanganyika and to Wigg's war service in Ethiopia.
Extents: 4 boxes
Correspondence, diary and photographs of C.J. Bagenal comprising typescript copies of his letters home during the Boer War (1900-1902), with handwritten introduction and notes made in 1951; diary (typed at a later date) covering the East African Campaign (1915-1917), and three albums of photographs of Tanganyika, South Africa and Ireland (1914-1941).
Extents: 4 volumes, 1 file
Diary and photographs as private secretary to Lord Hailey when the latter was Director of the African Research Survey. Correspondence, reports etc. concerning land and agriculture in Tanganyika. Account books and files relating to Dungo Farm. Also, a collection of Kenya Draft Township Development Plans drawn by Elliot Fitzgibbon, who was Municipal and Town Planning Engineer to the Kenya Government from 1928-1934.
Extents: 17 boxes, 1 volume
Reports, memoranda, notes and printed material relating to service as an agricultural officer and as acting director of agriculture.
Extents: 2 boxes
Correspondence, memoranda, articles, etc. relating to Sneath's medical service in the Gold Cost, British Guiana, Tanganyika and Canada.
Extents: 16 files (4 boxes)
Letters, press cuttings and printed material relating to his service as Provincial Commissioner, Lake Province, Tanganyika, 1951-1959; with four files of photographs.
Extents: 1 box
Correspondence and reports (1954-1958) as Provincial Commissioner, Lake Province, Tanganyika, concerning Geita district and the Sukumaland Council. Also, correspondence (1954-1959) relating to possible promotion, pension and retirement.
Extents: 2 Files
Letters to his parents; reports and memoranda, etc. while a colonial administrator in Tanganyika and including war service in the Middle East. Also, anthropological notes and articles.
Extents: 3 boxes, 1 volume
Photographs of people, buildings and scenery in and around Kiberege taken by Arthur Theodore Culwick.
Extents: 2 folders
Typescript by J.M. Ainley entitled "Resettlement of Suspected Mau Mau Sympathisers in Tanganyika: an Agriculturalist's involvement".
Extents: 4 Leaves