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||Kabaka Mutesa II inspecting a guard of honour after his arrival at Entebbe airport
||Kabaka Mutesa II and the Nabagereka leaving Entebbe airport for Kampala
||One of the decorative archways through which Kabaka Mutesa II's car passed on the way to Kampala
||The Kabaka Mutesa II arrives at the Central Sports Stadium, Kampala, 17 Oct. 1955, the day of his return
||The Kabaka Mutesa II and Sir Andrew Cohen signing the new Buganda Agreement at Mengo, Kampala, 18 Oct. 1955.
||Kabaka Mutesa II speaking at the Golden Jubilee of King's College, Budo, July 1956
||Headmaster J.H. Cobb speaking at the Golden Jubilee of King's College, Budo, July 1956
||Headmaster J.H. Cobb in procession at the Golden Jubilee of King's College, Budo, July 1956
||Kabaka Mutesa II carried in the procession at the Golden Jubilee of King's College, Budo, July 1956
||Kabaka Mutesa II with old Budonians at the Golden Jubilee of King's College, Budo, July 1956
||Governor Sir Andrew Cohen and Lady Cohen at the Golden Jubilee of King's College, Budo, July 1956
Church Missionary Society photograph collection
||Missionary group, Ngale
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182 x 115 mm. Identifications have been taken from the back of the print. Many of the group appear in 'The Dictionary of East African Biography' and the CMS missionary Register for 1904.
Back row: Joseph Mackertich (1863-1942) BFBS Agent; Rev. Frederick Burt (c1864-1950); Rev. Herbert Clayton (c1870-1965); Rev. George Knyfton Baskerville (c1867-1941); Rev. John Samuel Callis (1870-1897); Edwin Luckock (c1844-1915); Mrs Anna Katherine Binns (née Ferrar); Rev. Harry Kerr Binns (1852-1935); Miss Bertha Taylor (later Mrs Maddox, c1870-1950); Miss Kate Timpson (later Lady Cook, c1863-1938).
Second row: Rev. Herbert Thomas Candy Weatherhead (c1875-1930); Miss Minnie Elizabeth Culverwell (a trained nurse, later Mrs E.W. Leakey, c1868-); Miss Gertrude Elizabeth Bird (1864-1949); Rev. Beresford Edward Wigram (c1870-1917); Mrs Emma Gardener (later Mrs Burness, c1851-1924); Mrs Alice Elsie Burt (née Wyatt); Dr Edward John Baxter (c1853-1939).
Front row: Rev. Hugh Wilson Tegart (1866-1936); Mrs Kate Pickthall (née Adcock, c1858-1936); Mrs Snowdon (wife of F. Snowden, Uganda Railway Engineer); Miss Emma Lockett (c1864-1944); Rev. Thomas Samuel England (c1862-1939); Miss Mary Rachel Gedge (c1837-1932); Miss Mary Caroline Brewer (c1846-1925); Rev. William Ernest Parker (c1867-); Rev. Henry Walter Weatherhead (c1870-1948).
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