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Slide set: Gertrude Bell's Journey to Hayil (lecture: Royal Geographical Society, at least 11 slides, 1927)

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Slide 1
[[Map of Gertrude Bell's Journey to Hayil]]
Slide 3
Jebel Sais mosque
Slide 4
In Hayil's subsidary palace. The Roshan.
Slide 6
Burqa fort
Slide 7
Serdiyyah Bedouin - Sheikh Ghalib.
Slide 9
To Qasr al-Asrak - Keep
Slide 17
Bair - Castle
Slide 25
Nuqrat al Hamra (N. of Tsina)
Slide 46
Qafl - Jabal Shammar
Slide 10
Castle at Air as-Sayyid (Qergisyata) near Kerbala
Slide 11
Garah - Tent of Jafad Bey [...]
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Date of first manufacture

Dr. D. G. Hogarth, C.M.G., President R.G.S.

The Royal Geographical Society (with IBG) catalogue index card states:

A collection of '11 slides made to illustrate a paper by Dr. D.G. Hogarth (Society President) on 'Gertrude Bell's journey to Hayil', read 4th April 1927'.

See 'Geographical Journal', Vol. 70, No. 1 (Jul., 1927), pp. 1-17.

This collection originally comprised 48 slides - 37 destroyed/faded, April 1953.

Lucerna ID  3009028

Record created by Emily Hayes and Richard Crangle. Last updated 7 April 2018

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