Alan Paton Centre and Struggle Archives

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The Arbuthnot family: Graham Arbuthnot, Eunice Paton, Barry Arbuthnot, Eunice Arbuthnot, Dan Lamplough, Alisa Lamplough

Black and white print 20.5 x 15.5cm

The avenue, Mountain Rise, Pietermaritzburg, 1880

Sepia print 20.3 x 13.7cm

The battle of Colenso - British ammunition column awaiting orders

Sepia print 13.5 x 18.7cm

The Birds of South Africa by Austin Roberts 1942, heavily annotated by Alan Paton; in poor condition and includes a list of birds seen by Paon

Digital

The Boer Bridge and the Tugela Falls over the Tugela River at foot of Hart's Hill - Boer War 1899

Sepia print 13.5 x 18.2cm severely faded

The Boer Dam, Ladysmith

Sepia print 19.9 x 15cm

The Boer position. Battle of Botha's Pass - Boer War 1899-1900

Black and white print 13.6 x 18.2cm

The Boer trench on Brackfontein in right across the Potgieter Drift - Ladysmith Road - Boer War 1899-1900

Black and white print 13.3 x 18.9cm faded in central area

The Boy Up a Tree: A fable with acknowledgements to St.Luke and Dostoevsky, preached in St. George's Cathedral, Cape Town
The Bulwer Street home of the Alan Paton family - 551 Bulwer Street

Sepia print 8 x 11cm original

The Bulwer Street home of the Alan Paton family - 551 Bulwer Street

Sepia print 8 x 6cm original

The Bulwer Street home of the Alan Paton family: the carriage drive

Sepia print 8 x 11cm original

The Bulwer Street home of the Alan Paton family: the driveway

Sepia print 8 x 10cm original

The Cameron Highlanders in Pietermaritzburg, 1906

Sepia print 21 x 29cm

The case for books
The Castle, Howick

Black and white print 14.7 x 18.1cm fading along edges

The Church at Bishopstowe

Black and white print 16.8 x 16.5cm

The Club, Dunnings, opposite is Watlings. Church Street, Pietermaritzburg. Note: Professor A F Hattersley says "St Peters Church is just out of sight on the right".

Sepia print 9.2 x 5.7cm

The Compass: Instrument of Thy Peace - Meditations
The Cruse Letters

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