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A digger's home

A digger's home

Baroer, Cheif of the Bawangkersie

Baroer, Chief of the Bawangkersie, granting concession to Mofarts J and S Weil-British Protectorate, Bechuanaland

Cathedrall Funchall

The Cathedral Funchall

Head rest

A simple straight headrest standing on three fluted legs and cross-bar. It was made in GreyTown and can also be used as a stool.

Hofmeyr
Hofmeyr by Alan Paton
Horses pulling the carriage

Horses pulling the carriage

Installation of a native chief (Ngcobo chief?)

Installation of a chiefs(Ngcobo tribe?)

Installation of a native chief (Ngcobo chief?)

Installation of the "Ngcobo?" chief

Installation of a native chief (Ngcobo chief?)
Installation of a native chief (Ngcobo chief?)

Installation of the "Ngcobo?" Chief

Installation of a native chief (Ngcobo chief?)

Installation of the "Ngcobo?" chief

Kimberly mines

Kimberly mine

Letter to Alan and Dorrie Paton
Letter to Alan Paton
Letter to Alan Paton
Married Zulu woman and child

Married Zulu woman and child

Monsia-chief of the Barolongs and wife

Monsia-Chief of the Barolongs(aged 80) and wife in Mafikeng 1890

Rickshaw man

Rickshaw man

Shangaan Sculpture

Wooden sculpture of a Shangaan woman, draped in beadwork.It was made by Solomon Sedibane a Pedi sculpture in 1960.This sculputure is one of those exhibited in South Africa and New York, The exhibition was commissioned by the department of Bantu Education..

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