North Buganda (province)
Found in 18 Collections and/or Records:
A copy of a letter written by Sir Ronald Bennett to his mother, 19 October 1955, describing in detail the ceremonies and celebrations for the return of the Kabaka of Buganda.
156 x 111 mm (mounted on card). A view showing a sleeping sickness sufferer.
152 x 110 mm. A view showing a large grass hut set among banana plants, probably on Buvuma Island. Photograph probably by Cuthbert Christy.
107 x 153 mm. A view showing a seated African boy, his stomach distended from lack of food.
88 x 70 mm. Showing a double row of banana and palm trees forming an avenue leading up to a thatched hut. In the foreground are an unidentified European on a horse and an African youth, probably Daudi Chwa.
150 x 110 mm. A view showing a sleeping, emaciated man in the terminal stage of sleeping sickness. Christy (1903) describes how this man was carried from his hut without awakening and how all the other members of his family were in a similar condition.
74 x 101 mm. A view looking along the aisle of this country church towards the altar, with the font in the foreground and a small group of Uganda worshippers seated on the ground beyond. The pillars of the church are constructed from palm poles covered with polished reads sewn on with strips of bark.
87 x 87 mm.
87 x 87 mm.
88 x 82 mm. Showing the Albion lorry and motor car parked in front of the building erected shortly before Bell's 1909 visit.
140 x 95 mm. Showing a steamboat moored alongside the railway tracks.
86 x 82 mm. Showing Bell's motor car being driven across an improvised bridge on the road from Mubende. Bell's party left Mubende towards the end of February on his 1909 tour of the western districts.
A view looking along the road, crowded in the distance with a large group of travellers, presumably part of Bell's retinue. Bombo is situated about 20 miles north of Kampala.
157 x 112 mm. View showing a large group of Africans suffering from a combination of sleeping sickness and starvation on Buvuma Island at the northern end of Lake Victoria. Dr. Christy was a member of the 1902 Commission sent to investigate outbreaks of sleeping sickness in Busoga.
110 x 155 mm. A rear view of an African showing the deep sores which develop in the later stages of the disease.
111 x 155 mm. A rear view of two emaciated Africans showing the deep sores which develop in the later stages of the disease.
109 x 154 mm. A view showing an emaciated African seated on the ground, his body covered with the deep sores developed in the later stages of the disease.
155 x 110 mm. A view showing an African man, possibly a sleeping sickness sufferer, seated on the ground in front of his hut (probably on the island of Buvuma).