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Uganda Collection

Background imageUganda Collection: Queens Visit to Uganda

Queens Visit to Uganda
ELIZABETH II arrives with the Duke of Edinburgh who shakes hands with the Mugabi of Ankole at Katunguru during a short visit to Uganda in 1954

Background imageUganda Collection: Stripping the bark from the barkcloth tree, Uganda

Stripping the bark from the barkcloth tree, Uganda. Barkcloth making is an ancient craft of the Baganda people who live in the Buganda kingdom in southern Uganda

Background imageUganda Collection: Poster advertising trips to Uganda

Poster advertising trips to Uganda, Pearl of Africa, depicting four springbok. 20th century

Background imageUganda Collection: The pier at Entebbe, Uganda - Lake Victoria

The pier at Entebbe, Uganda - Lake Victoria
The pier at Entebbe, Uganda on the shore of Lake Victoria with the steam ferryboats Clement Hill (on left) which was in service between 1906-36 and either the Winifred or Sybil (on the right)

Background imageUganda Collection: Bugandan Royalty (card 1 of 2)

Bugandan Royalty (card 1 of 2)
Card 1 of 2. The young King Daudi Cwa II of Uganda, seated on his elaborate golden throne (topped with a very British crown!), holding a staff of office, with his feet on a cheetah skin

Background imageUganda Collection: Rev. R. H. Walker, and Mika Sematimba

Rev. R. H. Walker, and Mika Sematimba
The Rev. R.H. Walker, missionary at Uganda, and Mika Sematimba. Rev. Walker is interviewed, stating his desire that Uganda is retained by the English. Date: 1892

Background imageUganda Collection: Hospital carriage, Bura, Kenya, East Africa, WW1

Hospital carriage, Bura, Kenya, East Africa, WW1
Hospital carriage on the Uganda railway for patient transport, at Bura, Kenya, East Africa. 1916

Background imageUganda Collection: Queen Elizabeth National Park, Uganda, East Africa

Queen Elizabeth National Park, Uganda, East Africa
Mweya Safari Lodge, Queen Elizabeth National Park, Uganda, East Africa. Date: circa 1954

Background imageUganda Collection: Uganda Kabalega Falls

Uganda Kabalega Falls
Falls on the Victoria Nile, formerly known as Murchison Falls

Background imageUganda Collection: DAN-AIR de Havilland Comet 4C G-APDN at Gatwick Airport

DAN-AIR de Havilland Comet 4C G-APDN at Gatwick Airport. DAN-AIR started life as Davies and Newman Airlines after the two founders

Background imageUganda Collection: King of Bunyoro and two chiefs, Western Uganda, East Africa

King of Bunyoro and two chiefs, Western Uganda, East Africa
King of Bunyoro and two chiefs in ceremonial dress, Western Uganda, East Africa. Date: 1922

Background imageUganda Collection: BISHOP HANNINGTON DIES

BISHOP HANNINGTON DIES
James Hannington, bishop of Eastern equatorial Africa, sent to Uganda by the Church Missionary Society, is murdered by natives on the orders of the king of Uganda Date: 1885

Background imageUganda Collection: Poorly Madi warrior fed Liebig Extract - Stanley

Poorly Madi warrior fed Liebig Extract - Stanley
Illustration of a passage from Henry Morton Stanleys In Darkest Africa - the effect of the Liebig Companys Meat Extract on a poorly Madi Carrier. 1891

Background imageUganda Collection: Sir Henry Hamilton Johnston (1858 - 1927), British explorer, botanist, artist

Sir Henry Hamilton Johnston (1858 - 1927), British explorer, botanist, artist, colonial administrator, and linguist who traveled widely in Africa and spoke many African languages. Date: late 1890s

Background imageUganda Collection: Busoga, Uganda - Heathen Shrine and Medicine Man

Busoga, Uganda - Heathen Shrine and Medicine Man who specialised in rainmaking.. Date: 1913

Background imageUganda Collection: Housebuilders in Uganda, Africa

Housebuilders in Uganda, Africa. Date: circa 1907

Background imageUganda Collection: Two members of the Lango Tribe of Uganda

Two members of the Lango Tribe of Uganda - living in the Lango sub-region, north of Lake Kyoga. Date: 1938

Background imageUganda Collection: Sir Henry Colville

Sir Henry Colville
Sir HENRY EDWARD COLVILLE Military, and commissioner of Uganda when declared a British Protectorate in 1894

Background imageUganda Collection: King?s African Rifles training with a light mortar, 1956

King?s African Rifles training with a light mortar, 1956
Photograph of King?s African Rifles training with a light mortar, 1956. Soldiers of the 4th (Uganda) Battalion undergo instruction in the use of a light mortar

Background imageUganda Collection: National Bank of India, Kampala, Uganda, East Africa

National Bank of India, Kampala, Uganda, East Africa
National Bank of India Limited, Kampala, Uganda, East Africa. Date: 1940s

Background imageUganda Collection: Uganda, The Black Baby

Uganda, The Black Baby
Uganda portrayed as a baby on John Bulls doorstep. Date: 1894

Background imageUganda Collection: Introduction to Mwanga III of Uganda

Introduction to Mwanga III of Uganda
Introduction to Mwanga, from The Rise of Our East African Empire, by Lord Frederick J.D. Lugard, 1893 Date: 1894

Background imageUganda Collection: A Royal wedding in Uganda

A Royal wedding in Uganda
The Kabaka of Buganda, Edward Mutesa II, and his bride, Miss Damalie Kissononkole, driving back to the palace after the ceremony. Date: 1948

Background imageUganda Collection: Mwanga, King of Uganda

Mwanga, King of Uganda

Background imageUganda Collection: Uganda - The Royal Family - children

Uganda - The Royal Family - children
The happy Family of the Omukama of Toro, Uganda, wearing beads and leopard/cheetah skins

Background imageUganda Collection: Weapon training while on safari

Weapon training while on safari
Photograph of weapon training while on safari. One of 41 photographs taken by Lt Roger Perkins, 4th (Uganda) Bn King?s African Rifles, 1956-1957

Background imageUganda Collection: Safari by A Company, 4th Bn Kings African Rifles

Safari by A Company, 4th Bn Kings African Rifles
Photograph of a safari by A Company, 4th Bn Kings African Rifles, from the Sudan border, Northern Karamoja to Morote 210 days away, 1956

Background imageUganda Collection: Opening of the Nile source section, Uganda Railway

Opening of the Nile source section, Uganda Railway
Opening of the Nile source section of the Uganda Railway, East Africa. 1930

Background imageUganda Collection: Officers en route to convalescent home, East Africa, WW1

Officers en route to convalescent home, East Africa, WW1
Officers en route to the Lady Colvile Convalescent Home in Nairobi, East Africa, during WW1. 1917

Background imageUganda Collection: Lira Uganda

Lira Uganda Date: 1960s

Background imageUganda Collection: Douglas C-47 U-401 Uganda Army AF Dar es Salaam 1966

Douglas C-47 U-401 Uganda Army AF Dar es Salaam 1966
Douglas C-47 U-401 of the Uganda Army Air Force at Dar es Salaam airport in Tanzania on 24 February 1966 Date: 1966

Background imageUganda Collection: Training native soldiers in Uganda, WW1

Training native soldiers in Uganda, WW1
Page from the Sphere magazine showing photographs of the drilling of recruits in Uganda for the Kings African Rifles. The Sphere comments that they make splendid soldiers - keen

Background imageUganda Collection: SWS Stanley, Lake Kioga, Uganda

SWS Stanley, Lake Kioga, Uganda

Background imageUganda Collection: Interior of Muteesas Tomb - Kampala, Uganda

Interior of Muteesas Tomb - Kampala, Uganda. Muteesa I Mukaabya Walugembe Kayiira was Kabaka of the Kingdom of Buganda, from 1856 until 1884. He was the thirtieth (30th) Kabaka of Buganda. circa 1920s

Background imageUganda Collection: Crocodile at Murchison Falls, Uganda

Crocodile at Murchison Falls, Uganda, Africa Date: circa 1930s

Background imageUganda Collection: The Duke and Duchess of York in Uganda

The Duke and Duchess of York in Uganda
The Kabaka of Buganda with his wives, who attended him with vessels of beer and food during the omwoleko (review) of Bugandan warriors. Date: 1925

Background imageUganda Collection: Uganda

Uganda
Various views of Uganda, clockwise from top right: 1. The grave of Mtesa, Late King of Uganda; 2. The Kings Palace at Uganda; 3. A village of Uganda; 4. The capital of Uganda; 5. A group of natives

Background imageUganda Collection: The Kabaka of Buganda with his consort

The Kabaka of Buganda with his consort
King Daubi Chwa, the Kabaka of Buganda with his consort, Queen Irene and his ministers at Mengo.During the Duke and Duchess of Yorks visit to Uganda

Background imageUganda Collection: Uganda / Rubaga 1880

Uganda / Rubaga 1880
Rubaga, principal residence of M Tesa, Uganda, East Africa Date: 1880

Background imageUganda Collection: Uganda - Rukidi III

Uganda - Rukidi III
Uganda - Tribal King Rukidi III (ruled 1929 - 1965) - seated in his opulent throne, surrounded by leopard and cheetah skins and wearing a hat with an Osprey feather

Background imageUganda Collection: The late Mr. A. M Mackay

The late Mr. A. M Mackay
Alexander Murdock Mackay, author and lay agent of the English Church Missionary Society in Uganda, Lake Victoria Nyanza." One of the ablest and bravest

Background imageUganda Collection: The late Mr. George L. Pilkington

The late Mr. George L. Pilkington
George L. Pilkington(1865-1898), missionary of the English Church Missionary Society in Uganda, Africa

Background imageUganda Collection: Bugandan Royalty (card 2 of 2)

Bugandan Royalty (card 2 of 2)
Card 2 of 2. The three Regents of the young King Daudi Cwa II of Uganda. They are: Sir Apolo Kagwa, KCMG (seated) and two fellow Regents

Background imageUganda Collection: King Mwanga of Uganda, 1894

King Mwanga of Uganda, 1894
Engraved portrait of Mwanga, King of Uganda, pictured in 1894

Background imageUganda Collection: Tanzania Uganda Lake

Tanzania Uganda Lake
Distant view of the lake, also known as lake Victoria Nyanza, which is shared between Tanzania and Uganda

Background imageUganda Collection: Uganda Rwenzori

Uganda Rwenzori
(formerly Ruwenzori) View of the Rwenzori Mountains

Background imageUganda Collection: Waganda Band, 1860 s

Waganda Band, 1860 s
Engraving showing a group of the Waganda, or Baganda, people of south-central Uganda playing musical instruments, early 1860 s

Background imageUganda Collection: Sir Harry Johnston

Sir Harry Johnston
SIR HARRY JOHNSTON Administrator in Uganda



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