White Nile (river)
Found in 11 Collections and/or Records:
101 x 77 mm. Showing Africans fishing with nets in the rapids. Nimule lies on the White Nile at the Sudan-Uganda border.
78 x 51 mm.
Letters to Sir Thomas Fowell Buxton from Sir Samuel Baker and Sir Roderick Murchison. There is a covering letter from Mrs M.C. Ponsonby, 8 February 1939, presenting the letters to the R.C.S., and the Librarian's reply, 9 February 1939. The folder also includes 'Royal Commonwealth Society library notes', no. 19 (July 1958), comprising the article 'Sir Samuel Baker and the slave trade', which transcribes the letters and comments on them.
184 x 120 mm. A view looking along the White Nile (Bahr el Jebel) from the riverbank. Gondokoro, five miles north of Juba in the Sudan, was until the 1870s a major centre for the sale of enslaved persons and ivory.
102 x 76 mm. An uninformative print looking along the Nile as it curves away in the distance Bor, on the right bank of the White Nile, is situated 230 miles south of Malakal in the Sudan.
75 x 51 mm. The White Nile Bridge.