Sir Henry Hesketh Bell Collection
||1 Jan. 1933–23 Nov. 1933 (There are no entries between 19 Aug. and 6 Sept.)
|Extent and Medium
||1 file; paper; typewritten
|Content and context|
Prominent subjects include Bell's social life, interests, travels and personal affairs; letters published in the press concerning gold mining in Kenya, witchcraft in Africa, British and French colonial experience in Africa, and international peacekeeping; the composition of 'Glimpses of a Governor's Life', including quotations from a notebook of 1906 now lost; public health in Mauritius; Winston Churchill's visit to Uganda; ideas for encouraging native arts in Africa; and the publication of a drawing in the 'Architectural Review' (circa 150 sheets).
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