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Reports on Aden routes

 Fonds
Reference Code: GBR/0115/RCS/RCMS 66

Scope and Contents

Manuscript and typescript reports by Wheeler and others on Aden routes, with a sketch map of the area. The papers include Wheeler's report on the best road from Aden to Dthala for a force accompanied by artillery on wheels, with a covering letter to D.A.A.G., Aden, 13 November 1902, 22 pages. The other items include a diary and itinerary of Route Sanah to Dthala by the Wadi Tiban, Wadi Tabaghain and Sueda, 1-10 May 1905, 14 pages, and similar reports.

Dates

  • 1902 - 1905

Creator

Conditions Governing Access

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Biographical / Historical

Samuel Gerald de Courcy Wheeler was a Lieutenant in the Royal Dublin Fusiliers.

Extent

.01 cubic metre(s) (1 volume) : paper

Language of Materials

English

Former / Other Reference

MSS 21

Other Finding Aids

Donald H. Simpson, ed., 'The manuscript catalogue of the library of the Royal Commonwealth Society' (London, 1975), p. 59.

Immediate Source of Acquisition

Purchased from H.G. Long, 1913.

General

This collection level description was created by RAS.

Originator(s)

Wheeler, Samuel Gerald de Courcy, fl 1902-1905, soldier

Includes index.
Date
2005-09-19 12:23:05+00:00
Language of description
English
Script of description
Latin

Repository Details

Part of the Cambridge University Library Repository

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