Finding Number (Click this to view full catalogue structure)CMS/ACC244 Z1
TitlePhotograph album of Dr A. R. Cook: relating to Uganda
Extent1 volume
DescriptionPhotographs include:
/1: Miss Glass and scholars, Mengo 1900.
/2: Mr Pike and Mr Leakey leaving for Europe 1898.
/3: Miss Timpson, Miss Taylor with unnamed girls, 1897; Dr A. R. Cook with unnamed boys, 1897.
/4-5: Interior of 'A. R. C.'s' [A. R. Cook's] and ladies' houses, 1897.
/6-7: Miss Chadwick; Miss Furley, Miss Timpson.
/7: Mika Sematimba and family, 1899.
/13: Rev C. Gordon on Kome.
/14, 59: Mrs A. R. Cook.
/17: King Daudi Chua laying foundation stone of new Namirembe Cathedral.
/18: Rev J. Collins' grave, Bukiti, Toro.
/20: Interior and exterior of new dispensary, [?] Mengo; old dispensary and out-patients.
/22, 24, 28: Interior and exterior of new and old hospitals, Mengo.
/30: Group of missionaries including Rev A. Pike, Archdeacon Walker and Mr Pilkington, Mengo.
/36: Rev H. Clayton, Koki.
/39: Dr A. R. Cook and a person of unidentified ethnicity (caption: 'pygmy'), Mboga 1898; Bishop Tucker and people of unidentified ethnicity (caption: 'pygmies'), Mboga 1898; building the Toro Dispensary.
/44: Rev Apolo Kivebulaya.
/45: Mission House, Hoima, Bunyoro.
/47: The Rowling's wedding; the Fraser's wedding.
/49: Uganda railways, 1901-1902.
/56: Ruins of Mengo hospital, 29 November 1902, after fire.
/58: Bishop Tucker
NotesMeasured for custom boxing by Polly Watton, Cadbury Research Library student intern, June-July 2023.
A high resolution TIFF copy of the album has been created by Cadbury Research Library. The digital file is held on the departmental r: drive and this digital surrogate will be used for any future requests for copies.
ArrangementPhotographs are numbered by page number.
Access StatusOpen


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