Khartoum (inhabited place)
Found in 138 Collections and/or Records:
115 x 85 mm. Showing a fenced area. Two horses, and their handlers, are just visible within.
115 x 85 mm. Showing a large white house in a landscaped garden.
115 x 115 mm. Showing a woman tending the garden.
115 x 115 mm. A view from the driveway leading up to a large white house, mostly obscured by vegetation.
110 x 85 mm. A view of a cultivated garden. There is the silhouette of a woman in the distance, at the beginning of the driveway.
95 x 110 mm. View of Hebbert's garden.
115 x 85 mm. View of Hebbert's house and garden.
125 x 95 mm. View of Hebbert's garden, apparently waterlogged.
115 x 115 mm. Showing two horses grazing in Hebbert's garden.
140 x 87 mm. Boats on the shore.
78 x 52 mm. Boats on the shore.
52 x 77 mm. A boat on the river.
82 x 82 mm. glass slides with brief, undated captions.
78 x 52 mm. A group of animals beneath trees.
A plan of Hebbert's house in Khartoum, which he occupied 1939-1945, with manuscript annotations.
78 x 51 mm.
170 x 115 mm. Groups seated at tables al fresco. Hebbert is on the front left table, fourth from the left.
Letters in German from Austrian Consuls-General at Cairo and their agents at Khartoum dealing with events in Southern Sudan, including the work of the Vicariate of Central Africa, consular returns from Khartoum and provisional instructions for the Consulate at Khartoum, c. 170 pages. The letters were transcribed from originals in the Östereichisches Staatsarchiv in Vienna by Richard Gray for his 'A history of Southern Sudan' (1961).
Gordon Memorial College (1899) was united with other educational institutions to form the University College of Khartoum in 1951. It became the University of Khartoum in 1956, shortly after the Sudan had become independent and had not joined the Commonwealth.
110 x 80 mm. Showing a man with two horses in Hebbert's garden.
84 x 59 mm.
138 x 87 mm.
139 x 84 mm.
60 x 60 mm. Group photograph of Hebbert's family, posed in a driveway.