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Entebbe Pier, with Ry. [Railway] Steamers alongside, 1906 - 1911

 Item
Reference Code: GBR/0115/RCS/Y3045C/11

Scope and Contents

196 x 142 mm. A view looking along the pier at Entebbe with SS 'Clement Hill' (in service 1906-1936) moored at the left and the SS 'Sybil' (in service 1904-1967) at the right. Firewood for the steamers is piled on the pier in the foreground and groups of passengers can be seen leaving the 'Clement Hill'.

Dates

  • 1906 - 1911

Creator

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Language of Materials

English

Physical Characteristics and Technical Requirements

Good condition.

Existence and Location of Originals

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Existence and Location of Copies

CN 138 and CN 1195. Duplicate at Y3045H5.

Bibliography

A description of Entebbe Pier, with railway steamers can be found in 'Commonwealth in focus : 130 years of photographic history' (1982), Sydney: International Cultural Corporation of Australia, p.55.

General

GD.

Originator(s)

Lobo, Alfred, fl 1900-1939, photographer (?)

Finding aid date

2002-10-30 16:49:26+00:00

Includes index.

Repository Details

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