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William Stanley King (1915-2015), Colonial Service officer in Nigeria from 1945.
'Community Development in the Ahoada Division of Rivers Province of Nigeria' compiled by W.S. King, 1949-1952, comprising Part I: theory using examples of the Ikwerre-Etchie clans and Part II: a factual account of projects with photographs. The projects described include the building of roads, embankments, bridges, steps, schools, maternity lying-in wards, sub-dispensaries, markets, leper segregation villages, fish ponds, reading rooms and wells, and agricultural development.
Donated by the family of William Stanley King in 2016.
Oxford, Bodleian Library, MSS. Afr. s. 2532
King | William Stanley | 1915-2015 | Colonial Service officer
Great Britain | Colonies | Nigeria, Southern