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Bridge over the Umsindusi River, Maritzburg

Sepia print 14 x 9cm

Cemetary, Commercial Road, Pietermaritzburg. The photograph shows a grave stone with the inscription "Sacred to the memory of Martin West Esq Lt. Governor of Natal, died August 1st 1849, aged 45

Sepia print 10.7 x 16.7cm

Chapel Street, 1980

Black and white print 12.6 x 8.9cm

Chapel Street, Pietermaritzburg

Sepia print 18.2 x 14.5cm

Chapel Street, Pietermaritzburg

Black and white print 12.6 x 8.9cm

Chapel Street, Pietermaritzburg

Black and white print 12.6 x 8.9cm

Chapel Street, Pietermaritzburg

Black and white print 12.6 x 8.9cm

Christian Science Church, 1980, corner Loop Street and Chapel Street

Black and white print 12.5 x 8.9cm

Christmas card showing the Pietermaritzburg Town Hall in colour

Colour print 14.1 x 8.7cm

Church Street

Hand coloured black and white print 22.3 x 18.4cm

Church Street 1885

Black and white print 20.3 x 14cm

Church Street 1895. 193-209 and verso 193-195 Topham Bros; 197 L Baylis, dentist; 199 Statial and Allerston, chemists; 201 Ford Bros, ironmongers; 203-205 James Toy Shop; 207 Henry Wade, jeweller; 209 Natal Bank

Black and white print 20.3 x 15.3cm

Church Street 1900. 175 H W Davies, shoe shop; 179 P Davies, bookseller; 181-185 Kershaw, drapers; Printinf Office Street; 187-189 Vause Slatter & Co., stationer. 191 Kerby & Huber, jewellers; 193-195 Topham Bros. Taken during the SA war 1900.

Sepia print 20 x 14.3 cm

Church Street 1900. 193-207 and verso 193-195 Topham Bros 197 L Bayliss, dentist; 199 Stantial and Allerston, chemist; 201 Ford Bros., ironmongers; 203-205 James Toy Shop, 207 Henry Wade, jewellers

Black and white print  20.3 x 15.2cm

Church Street corner, Chapel Street looking towards station. Wesleyan African Chapel on the left. Photo by C Coyne. Given by A G Allen

Black and white print 21.3 x 16.8cm

Church Street from Commercial Road, Pietermaritzburg. The clock in tower of the Presbyterian Church was removed after the Town Hall was erected and is now in Greytown

Black and white print 23.2 x 17.4cm

Church Street, 1885, donated by A G Allen, June 1970

Black and white print 21 x 16.2 cm

Church Street, 1885. 217 Anderson Bros, shoe shop; 219 H Pepworth, Manchester House (later Don Outfitters 1896); 221 C A Fawcett & Co., chemist; 225 Harvey Greenacres & Co.; 229 Hathorn & Co., solicitors (still standing); 231 J Polgase; 233

Sepia print 23.8 x 17.2cm

Church Street, 1899, 165 Forsyth & Co Jewellers; Victoria Club Lane (now Lambert Street); 173 Williams & Lambert; 167 Barrow Green Tea Room (Formerly Victoria Club to 1897); 171 Geo Smith watchmaker; 175 Davis & Thompson shoe shop; 177 Haigh & Spencer

Black and white print 21.4 x 15cm

Church Street, 1955

Colour print 15 x 10.5cm


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