Alan Paton Centre and Struggle Archives

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M K Gandhi as a young lawyer in the contrversial Bombay High Court head dress

Black and white print 20.2 x 25.3cm

Mahatma Gandhi and Kasturba with Kimberley passive resisters.

Black and white print 25.7 x 18.9cm

Kasturba and Mahatma Gandhi with members of the P K Naidoo family in Johannesburg. Mr Naidoo was one of the most earnest passive resisters.

Black and white print 19.4 x 25.9cm

Gandhi, Miss Schlesin and H Kallenbach

Black and white print 19.5 x 25.9cm

India stretcher bearer corps, Anglo Boer War 1898-1902. Gandhi is in the middle row, 5th from the left

Black and white print 25.0 x 19.2cm

Kasturba Gandhi & children, 1898, from L-R: Gakaldas (Mahatma's sister's son; seated Marulal (2nd son); Mrs Gandhi; Ramdas (3rd son) and Harilal, eldest son

Black and white print 20.3 x 25.9cm

Mahatma Gandhi outside his Hohannesburg office, 1908. Gandhi is the 3rd person from the left.

Black and white print 17.9 x 25.8cm

Gandhi as he appeared at the beginning of the struggle in 1906

Black and white print 20.2 x 25.9cm

Portrait of Gandhi as a barrister of law in Johannesburg, 1900

Black and white print 20.2 x 25.9cm

Unkown

Sepia print 15.1 x 20.3cm

Unkown

Sepia print 21.3 x 26.1cm

Unkown

Sepia print 21.5 x 25.9cm

Unkown

Sepia print 8.7 x 12.9cm

Dinizulu being marched under escort from Nongoma Gaol to interview Colonel Sir Duncan McKenzie

Sepia print 9.9 x 12.2cm

Dinizulu

Sepia print 13.8 x 8.8cm

Anglo Boer War

Sepia print 14.4 x 20.4cm

Anglo Boer War

Sepia print 15 x 20.2cm

Anglo Boer War

Sepia print 15.1 x 20.1cm

Looted furniture inside the Newcastle Town Hall

Sepia print 14.7 x 20cm

199 and A redout on Gun Hill

Sepia print 14.1 x 20.1cm

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