Found in 18 Collections and/or Records:
86 x 105 mm. An indistinct view showing Daudi Chwa standing beneath the state umbrella, which is held over him by an attendant. Beside him stand his four regents Sir Apolo Kagwa, Nuhu Mbogo, Kakarie Kisingiri, and Stanislas Mirgwanya.
Showing Daudi Chwa, Sir Apolo Kagwa and other figures standing beneath an umbrella of state.
143 x 101 mm. Showing the spacious , verandahed exterior of Sir Apolo Kagwa's house, situated below the Kabaka's enclosure at Mengo. Some kind of ceremony or reception appears to be in progress: a large crowd of Ugandans stands on the ground-floor verandah watching Sir Apolo Kagwa, who stands on the lawn in ceremonial robes. The figure in the foreground is possibly the young Daudi Chwa.
200 x 130 mm. A group portrait of Protectorate officials and Ugandan Kabakas and counsellors taken shortly after Bell's opening of the exhibition. Photograph probably by Alfred Lobo.
96 x 119 mm. Showing Bell and Sir Apolo Kagwa standing on the verandah of a house, probably in Kampala.
148 x 103 mm. Showing Sir Apolo Kagwa and his wife seated in a pony trap with a group of Ugandans gathered round. Zaharia Kizito Kisingiri (1858-1917), another of Daudi Chwa's Regents, stands at the far left of the group facing the camera.
147 x 104 mm. Showing Sir Apolo Kagwa and his wife seated outside the Katikiro's house with four children. Sir Apolo (knighted in 1905) became Omuwanika (Treasurer of Buganda) in 1887 and in the following years also led Mwanga's army in campaigns against Karema. From 1897-1914 he was Chief Regent to the young Daudi Chwa and from 1914-1926 was Katikiro or Prime Minister of Buganda.
88 x 86 mm. Showing Churchill, Daudi Chwa and Hesketh Bell seated among a European group, with Uganda dignitaries, including Sir Apolo Kagwa, standing at the left. The group appear to be spectators at an unidentified event.