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Collection: wellcomecollection.wellcomecollection
Description: The Wellcome Tropical Research laboratories were founded by Sir Henry Wellcome at the Gordon Memorial College, Khartoum in 1903. From 1913 until their closure in 1935, the laboratories were under the control of the government of Sudan.
Collection: wellcomecollection.wellcomecollection
Description: The place is called Gishe Abbay (meaning sourceof the Nile), according to Bredin; called Geesh by Bruce, loc. cit.
Collection: wellcomecollection.wellcomecollection
Description: Kitchener Memorial Medical School
Collection: wellcomecollection.wellcomecollection
Description: Figures at the temple of Wadi Saboua, Sudan. Coloured lithograph by Louis Haghe after David Roberts, 1846.
Collection: wellcomecollection.wellcomecollection
Description: Foreground: a man applying anaesthesia with a facemask. Left, a shelf of bottles on sheets of newspaper. Background, a young man with surgical instruments.
Collection: wellcomecollection.wellcomecollection
Collection: wellcomecollection.wellcomecollection
Description: Sudan: a man grinding with a large pestle and mortar. Photograph, ca. 1920.
Collection: wellcomecollection.wellcomecollection
Description: Wellcome excavations in Sudan (Jebel Moya): A & B. From photos taken by the 'kite camera' at Seqadi, 1913.
Collection: wellcomecollection.wellcomecollection
Description: Jebel Moya site, Sudan; excavation in progress 1913-4.
Collection: wellcomecollection.wellcomecollection
Description: Temple at Wadi Saboua, Sudan. Coloured lithograph by Louis Haghe after David Roberts, 1846.
Collection: wellcomecollection.wellcomecollection
Description: Boys receiving their wages, camp at Jebel Moya, Sudan.
Collection: wellcomecollection.wellcomecollection
Description: Trypanosomes at 1000X magnification. Coloured process print after R. D. Muir.
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