Congo (general region)
Found in 50 Collections and/or Records:
Diaries and notes written by Christy during his leadership of the British Museum exploring and zoological expedition to Lakes Tanganyika and Nyasa.
Liverpool School of Tropical Medicine Sleeping Sickness Expedition to the Congo, 1903-09-25 - 1903-12-30
Diary (circa 60 pages) recording the progress of the expedition, which includes medical notes.
Liverpool School of Tropical Medicine Sleeping Sickness Expedition to the Congo, 1904-01-01 - 1904-03-14
Diary (circa 25 pages) recording the progress of the expedition, which includes medical notes.
Diary (circa 70 leaves) describing the progress of the expedition, including medical notes on sleeping sickness. Lutete [or Gombe-Lutete] is in the Democratic Republic of the Congo; the Baptist mission station of Wathen was located at Lutete.
Portrait of a young woman.
36 leaves describing the fish collected from Lake Tanganyika and the locations where they were found.
On the distribution of Filaria perstans and of enlarged glands (cervical and parotid) in equatorial East Africa, 1904-11-04
A report (46 leaves) by Christy discussing the findings of his research, including charts of data and a map.
Two annotated copies of a report by Christy discussing the findings of his research, including charts of data and a map.
130 x 95 mm. General view of the river and far bank. There are largely submerged hippopotamus in the foreground.
115 x 85 mm. General view of the river and far bank. There are largely submerged hippopotamus in the foreground.
90 x 120 mm. General view up the river. There are two largely submerged hippopotamus in the foreground.
Book describing the fish collected by Christy for the Museum of the Belgian Congo.
Works written by Christy or collected by him relating to medicine, zoology and travel.
Annotated proofs of a review written by Christy for an unidentified journal.
Maddocks has written many articles on postal history, the majority reflecting his primary interest in the history of the Cameroons, particularly during the colonial period. He is the author of a monograph examining postal arrangements during the conquest of German Kamerun by the British and French during the First World War. His works also cover Nigeria, West Africa, Gambia, Zambia, German East and South West Africa, Togo, Ascension, St. Helena, Papua New Guinea, Jamaica and Barbados.
'The bansa, or residence of the King of Kongo called St Salvador', an undated print of an engraving by G. Child from a picture by Olfert Dapper, 'Plate 188, No. 108, Vol. 2, p. 400'.
Copies of letters (100 leaves) written by Christy during his work for the Sudan Sleeping Sickness Commission. Some also relate to the specimens he collected during the Congo Zoological Mission. An alphabetical index of recipients is included.
The diary (300 pages) records regional sleeping sickness inspection tours and the mapping of the Nile-Congo boundary for the Sudanese Government. It includes considerable zoological notes, and descriptions of the terrain, missionary stations, and the African peoples that Christy encountered. In many entries, Christy has underlined key words in the text or written summaries in the margins.
Diary and letters written by Christy during his work for the Sudanese Government.
Taken from Kipia, looking towards Kinete. The morning mists are still lying in the folds of the hills, 1934
125 x 125 mm. A view looking along the river, with thick vegetation either side.
120 x 75 mm. A view of Mrs Hebbert sat on the hardened lava flow.
185 x 90 mm. A view of huts on top of a hill.