Alan Paton Centre and Struggle Archives

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The New World Outlook
The newly unveiled plaque at 19 Pine Street, Pietermaritzburg

Colour print 9 x 12cm original

The old Town Hall, Pietermaritzburg, destroyed by fure in 1898

Sepia print 20.1 x 15.7cm

The opening of Legislative Council by Lieutant Govenor Keate in 1868. This building was originally the Government School Room, and in it were held the Church of England Services prior to the erection of St Peter's Cathedral which was opened about 1956.

Sepia print 29.8 x 16cm

The organization of the South African gold mining industry
The Park, Greytown (top) and Greytown (bottom)

Black and white print 14 x 9cm

The Paton Children, Alan, Atholl, Eunice and Ailsa, Pietermaritzburg

Seia print 9.5 x 14.3cm original

The Paton family

Black and white print 17 x 22cm

The Paton family

Black and white print 17 x 26cm

The Paton family

Black and white print 

The Paton family signs the visitors book at the opening of the Alan Paton Centre. Mrs Anne Paton is signing the book. From left to right: Mrs Margaret Paton, Mr Jonathan Paton and his daughter Pamela Mills

Black and white 20.3 X 15.2cm 

The Paton family with Natalie and Meg Chapman

Sepia print 8.1 x 6cm

The Paton sisters, Ailsa and Eunice (Dorrie)

Sepia print 14 x 21 original

The plaque at the Lambert Wilson Building

Colour print 9 x 12cm original

The plaque commemorating the official opening of the Alan Paton Centre

Colour print 10 x 15cm original

The Point, Durban

Black and white print 13.8 x 18.8cm fading

The Point, Durban

Black and whiate print 14 x 19.6cm faded

The Point, Durban, 1890

Black and white print 13.3 x 19.3 cm

The Politics of Civil Rights in South Africa
The Quest for peace in this uneasy world

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