|Active Dates:||circa 1900 - circa 1961|
Jos (inhabited place)
|Photographs:||See list of photographs|
|Publications:||Dalrymple contributed photographs to 'Nigeria', 'This is Jos', 'Geographical Magazine'.|
|Related Entries:||None found.|
Thomas Hardie Dalrymple was born in Rangoon. He was taken to Scotland at the age of 5 and educated at the private School at Bridge-of-Allan and at Glasgow University. He worked as a doctor in Welsh coal mines before joining the Colonial Medical Service on 25th March 1931. He served in Sierra Leone (1931-33), Nigeria (1933-35), Gambia (1935-37) and finally in Nigeria again (1937-1950). He retired in 1950 and remained in Nigeria, opening a private practice at Jos. He finally left Nigeria in 1961 and settled on the Isle of Man.
Dalrymple was an amateur photographer and contributed photographs to various publications.