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Uganda--Description and travel

 Subject
Subject Source: Unspecified ingested source

Found in 10 Collections and/or Records:

African photographs, Zanzibar, 1906

 Record Group — Album 63
Identifier: 63
Overview Album of original and commercial photographs compiled by Francis William Hardie of Haddington, Scotland. Various photographers (includes A. C. Gomes and Coutinho Bros.), circa 1906.

British East Africa, 1900-1920

 Record Group — Group 8, Album: 1
Identifier: 8-1
Overview The Count of Turin’s safari through British to German East Africa.

Kenia, Elgon, Nil., 1908/09, III, 1908-1909

 Record Group — Group 23, Album: 2
Identifier: 23-2
Overview 48 uncaptioned silver prints of an East African trip, largely along the Nile.

Kenya and Uganda, 1920s-1930s

 Record Group — Album 38
Identifier: 38
Overview Album of original photographs compiled by the Hon. Ferdinand Cavendish-Bentinck (1889-1980) in Kenya and Uganda during the 1920s and 1930s.

Missionary, 1912-1918

 Record Group — Album 40
Identifier: 40
Overview Album of original photographs, postcards, and magazine clippings recording missionary work in East Africa. Unidentified photographer, 1912-1918.

Section II, December 1922 - March 1923

 Series — Album 11
Identifier: 11-S3
Overview A group of photographs and tipped in diary pages depicting a trip by husband and wife from Kenya to Egypt.

Uganda Railway, Circa 1900

 Item — Envelope 50
Identifier: 50
Overview Panorama of a section of the Uganda Railway under construction, circa 1900. The photograph depicts a curved section of railway with an African man standing beside the tracks.

Zanzibar and Uganda, Circa 1890s-1930s

 Record Group — Group 43, Album: 1
Identifier: 43-1
Overview An album of postcards, mostly from Zanzibar and Uganda, with a few from Kenya and Ethiopia. Includes images of the Sultan of Zanzibar, Zanzibar, and Ugandan royalty from the first decade of 1900. Many of the postcards from Kenya include trains and railways, published by the East African Railways and Harbours Administration, later the East African Railways Corporation.