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||Tennis Court, Entebbe
||Group at Govt. [i.e. Government] House, Entebbe
||Prison building, Entebbe
||Entebbe Pier, with Ry. [Railway] Steamers alongside
||Jinja Pier with Ry.[Railway] Steamer and steam ferry alongside
||Munyonyo Bay, Victoria, Nyanza
||Lakeshore evacuated. Elephant grass in the foreground will grow 12 feet in one year.
||Governor's return from leave : palm decorations on Pier
||Tractor and monorail leaving Port Bell from Kampala
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Fisher photograph collection
||Sir Apolo Kagwa, in a governess cart
||Hattersley, Charles William, 1866-1934, missionary
|Extent and Medium
||Good condition, apart from slight yellowing.
|Content and context|
148 x 103 mm. Showing Sir Apolo Kagwa and his wife seated in a pony trap with a group of Ugandans gathered round. Zaharia Kizito Kisingiri (1858-1917), another of Daudi Chwa's Regents, stands at the far left of the group facing the camera.
A reproduction of this photograph appears in Hattersley, C.W. (1908), 'The Baganda at home', London: Religious Tract Society, p.153, where it is entitled, 'Horses do not flourish in Uganda, so the Prime Minister's Governess Cart is drawn by his servants'.
|Hattersley, Charles William (1866-1934) missionary|
|Kagwa, Sir Apolo (c 1864-1927) Knight, Katikiro of Buganda|
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