Entebbe Church, 1908, 1908
Scope and Contents
A view showing the mud and thatch church (the first in Entebbe) before its replacement was completed: '30th November ... Another milestone in the growth of Entebbe is the building of an Anglican church. I laid the foundation stone of it some time ago and the walls are rising rapidly. It is rather surprising that we should have waited so long for this and, when looking at the imposing proportions of the Government House that I am building, I confess that I have felt rather ashamed when I have thought of the miserable little mud-walled, grass-thatched hut that has, for so long, served as our place of worship.' (Bell 1946, page 171).
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Physical Characteristics and Technical Requirements
Fair condition, slight fading.
Existence and Location of Copies
Duplicate of Y3011G/7 but printed in reverse.
Finding aid date
- From the Fonds: Bell, Sir (Henry Hesketh Joudou, 1864-1952, Knight, colonial governor) (Person)
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