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Uganda Agricultural Exhibition, Group of Kabaka and Chiefs, 1906 - 1911

 Item
Reference Code: GBR/0115/RCS/Y3045C/21

Scope and Contents

190 x 140 mm. Showing a large group of Ugandan Kings and Chiefs in the Agricultural Exhibition Grounds. The Exhibition organised by the Provincial Commissioner at Kampala, was opened by the Governor Sir Henry Hesketh Bell, on November 10 1908. Figures identified in this photograph are: 1. KAHAYE II, King of Ankole; 2. Daudi KASAGAMA, King of Toro; 3. AndereyaBisereko DUGAHA II, King of Bunyoro; 4. Daudi CHWA, King of Buganda; 5. Sir Apolo KAGWA, Katikiro of Buganda and Regent ; 6. Stanislaus MUGWANYA (1849-1938), Regent of Buganda, 1894-1914; 8. Omulangria Nuhu Kyabasinga MBOGO (1835-1921), Regent of Buganda, 1897-1914. (Numbers refer to key beneath print).

Dates

  • 1906 - 1911

Creator

Conditions Governing Access

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Language of Materials

English

Physical Characteristics and Technical Requirements

Good condition.

Existence and Location of Copies

CN 209.

Related Materials

Refer to the Hesketh Bell Collection, Y3011D/1 - Y3011D/8, for more pictures and a note on the Exhibition.

General

GD.

Originator(s)

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

Finding aid date

2002-10-31 12:42:33+00:00

Includes index.

Repository Details

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