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Laduma's granddaugter Lina Dlakude serves muffins to the dancers and othe children

Laduma's granddaughter Lina Dlakude serves muffins to the dancers and other small children. to the left Laduma's wife Bafungile and Laduma's granddaughter Constance Dlakude.

Laduma's grandson Phila Madela beats the drum made by Laduma

Laduma's grandson Phila Madela bats the drum made by Laduma. Mbabazeni Madela's wife is the onlokker to the left. two of the boys are wearing crowns. most of the dancing boys wear frontal and rear aprons, izinene and amabheshu, made by Laduma.

Laduma's grandson Phila Madela.

Laduma's grandson Phila Madela.

Laduma's guest rondavel

Laduma's guest rondavel

Laduma's new kraal and his private hut

Laduma's new kraal and his private hut. The Zulu lightning doctor Laduma Madela in 1977

Laduma's new kraal and his private hut

In Laduma's private hut: ( Futher down the pole, from F10/8) In a frame the frontispiece of K. Schlosser, "Zauberei im Zululand", i.e. Laduma's portrait from 1959. to the left a print: Jesus riding a donkey enters Jerusalem, and a toy duck.

Laduma's new kraal and his private hut

To the left of the central pole; partly as F 10/8 and F 10/10. Above the Christian print Laduma's bugle-horn and headring. at its bottom: part of a musical bow with a calabash resonator.

Laduma's new kraal and his private hut

In Laduma's private hut to the right of the central pole: the large skull of a baboon, to its left the skull of a porcupine, to its right the skull of a dog.beneath them a blue plastic water container.

Laduma's private hut

Laduma's private hut. on the higher terrace in the background his guest roundavel.

Laduma's private hut has a round clay wall and conical roof

Laduma's private hut has a round clay wall and a conical roof. The Zulu lightning doctor Laduma Mandela in 1977.

Laduma's products as a artisan in skin

Shields of different size and buttock covering, amabheshu, put by Laduma on the wall of a round hut, the roof of which was burnt by lighting which Laduma's bad brother Susa had sent- as was told.

Laduma's products as a artisan in skin

Further buttocks coverings, and frontal aprons, izinene. to the left a necklace from many strips of different skins (hanging down on the chest). to the right kuduhorns. At the bottom grass to be worked into a brush.

Laduma's products as a artisan in skin

Laduma was very fond of beautiful clothing and partly made his outfit himself. in the right hand the battle axe he had made himself, in the left hand the large shield he had made himself.

Laduma's products as a artisan in skin

Half length potrait of Laduma. his necklets are: Beads cut from the long bones of a rd duiker, imithi, with the hoof of that duiker as a pendant.

Laduma's wife Bafungile straining beer and serving beer

In her hut fills Bafungile still unclean beer from the large earthen pot into the beer strainer. Laduma's wife straining traditional beer.

Lady Ellen Campbell at Umhlanga Rocks, Natal, 1901

 

Label on back of photograph :

 

"Aunt Ellen leaving Peace Cottage"

Identification from original album

Lady Ellen Campbell at Umhlanga Rocks, 1901

Original photograph in KCL Ph Album in the Erskine MSS.  "Album" with loose leaves, p. 8

Ladysmith

Ladysmith

Ladysmith

View of Ladysmith Natal, showing Lombard's kop and surprise hill

Ladysmith 1882

The town, with a church in middle foreground.

Ladysmith and Bulwhana hill

Ladysmith and Bulwhana hill

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