|Collection: Erskine family papers||
Erskine Family papers (KCM 98/57)
The Erskine family papers are housed at the Campbell Collections, University of KwaZulu-Natal.
|Collection: Randles family papers||
Randles family papers
The Randles family papers are housed at the Campbell Collections, University of KwaZulu-Natal. The photographs in the collection include scenes of early Durban/Natal and early Transvaal.
|Natals Indians and SA War 1899-1902||
Until recently there was a virtual exclusion of Black peoples from histories of the South African War which began on 11 October 1899 when the South African Republic and the Orange Free State declared war on Great Britain.
|Collection: Ramseyer and Kruger family papers||
|A 'Public Health Nuisance': The Victoria Street Early Morning Squatters Market, 1910-1934||
The focus of this paper is the "Indian Market", a famous tourist landmark in Durban.
|Control and Repression: The Plight of Indian Hawkers and Flower Sellers in the Durban CBD, 1910-1948||
This paper will examine the position of Indians who attempted to make a living on the streets of Durban as hawkers and flower sellers.
|Collection: James Robert Webster papers||
|Hofmeyr Appendix II Hofmeyr's Will|
|Hofmeyr Appendix I|
|Hofmeyr chapter 40 1948|
|Hofmeyr chapter 39 1948|
|Hofmeyr chapter 38 1948|
|Hofmeyr chapter 37 1947-1948|
|Hofmeyr chapter 36 1947|
|Hofmeyr chapter 35 1946|
|Hofmeyr chapter 34 1946|
|Hofmeyr chapter 33 1945|
|Hofmeyr chapter 32 1945|
|Hofmeyr chapter 31 1944|
|Hofmeyr chapter 30 1943|