Campbell Collections

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Killie Campbell and her dog (1)

 

Note:  There are duplicates of this photograph in the Campbell Family papers (Items KCM 19/3/1/47-48).  The duplicates are unlabelled.

 

 

Campbell family papers (KCM 19/3) ;

Box 1 (KCM 19/3/1) ;

Item: KCM 19/3/1/46

 

Killie Campbell with her mother, Ellen Campbell, and housekeeper, Mrs Poulton

 

Label on the back of the photograph:

"With her mother and housekeeper Mrs Poulton in early 1940s"

 

 

 

Campbell family papers (KCM 19/3) ;

Box 1 (KCM 19/3/1) ;

Item: KCM 19/3/1/45

 

Killie Campbell and Lady Ellen Campbell

 

Notes on the back of the photograph:

"Killie Campbell and her mother, Lady Campbell, in their garden at Muckleneuk, Durban"

 

 

 

Campbell family papers (KCM 19/3) ;

Box 1 (KCM 19/3/1) ;

Item: KCM 19/3/1/44

 

Killie Campbell with Charles Burnham, looking at a gold watch that he had received from Winston Churchill

 

Notes on the back of the photograph:

"Charles Burnham (83 years) shows Miss Killie Campbell the gold watch that Winston Churchill sent him.  Natal Mercury 6th July, 1955 (see Newscutting Book no. 8, p. 109/110, Killie Campbell Library)"

 

 

Killie Campbell with Mignon Herring and Daphne Strutt

 

Notes on the back of the photograph:

"1.11.1952"

"Miss Campbell, Mrs D. Strutt & Mignon Herring At 'Bantu Fair' Dbn"

"Mrs Strutt (Right) and Killie Campbell (Centre)
Mignon Herring"

 

Killie Campbell and Barbara Tyrrell

 

Notes on the back of the photograph:

"South African Panorama August 1965"
"Single-minded dedication : E. Stuart"
"Caption: Dr Killie Campbell owns the largest and most complete collection of Barbara Tyrrell's paintings"

 

 

 

Killie Campbell and an unidentified woman holding a military flag

 

Label on the back of the photograph:

"Dr. Killie Campbell"

 

Killie Campbell with members of the Victoria League, Durban

 

Notes on the back of the photograph:

"Members of the 'Victoria League, Durban'.  Killie Campbell front row, second from left"

Killie Campbell and a group of women, dressed as early British settlers, standing on the steps of the Durban City Hall

 

Notes on the back of the photograph:

"Group of 'old colonists' Durban residents dressed in costumes of early settlers, 1949"

"Left to right:

West street

West street, Durban

West street

West street, Durban

West street

West street, Durban

West street

West street, Durban

West street

West street, Durban

Reed and champions corner

Reed and champions corner, West street, Durban

Garden avenue

Garden avenue, Durban

Smith street

Smith street, Durban

Grey street

Grey street, Durban

Pine street

Pine street, Durban. showing the new fire brigade station

Garden avenue

Garden avenue, Durban

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