PIETERMARITZBURG

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Sri Satyapal of Pietermaritzburg Natal one of the eminent Hindu leaders S Africa
William Watson, owner of The Times of Natal, Pietermaritzburg

Sepia print 14.1 x 10.3cm

Alan Paton unveiling the bust of hiself at the unveiling ceremony, Main Library, University of Natal, Pietermaritzburg, 7 October 1982

Black and white print 15 x 10cm copy

Alan Paton with the bust of himself at the unveiling ceremony, Main Library, University of Natal, Pietermaritzburg, 7 October 1982

Black and white print 15 x 10cm copy

Alan Paton with Professor Colin de B Webb at Webb's house in Pietermaritzburg

Colour print 16 x 22cm copy

Alan Paton with Professor Colin de B Webb at Webb's house in Pietermaritzburg

Colour print 18 x 13cm copy

Dr Alan Paton receiving the CNA Literary Award in 1973 for "Apartheid and the Bishop" from Mr A H Macintosh, Chairman of the Country Club, Durban, 4 April 1974

Black and white print 9 x 12cm copy

Alan Paton with Victoria Francis at the opening of her exhibition, Jack Heath Gallery, University of Natal, Pietermaritzburg, 1983

Black and white print 17 x 22cm copy

Alan Paton with Victoria Francis at the opening of her exhibition, Jack Heath Gallery, University of Natal, Pietermaritzburg, 1983

Black and white print 17 x 22cm copy

Alan Paton with Chief Mangosuthu Buthelezi at the unveiling of the bust in the Library, University of Natal, Pietermaritzburg

Black and white print 17 x 22cm copy

Sir Theophilus Shepstone ins his Pietermaritzburg garden during his retirement

Black and white print 15.6 x 21.8cm

Emmeline Runciman, born 1846, Pietermaritzburg, daughter of D D Buchanan

Sepia print 9.8 x 5.7cm

Royal visit to Pietermaritzburg. Douglas Mitchell at left

Black and white print 15.8 x 21.2cm

Royal visit to Pietermaritzburg, 1947. Going into the Legislative Building, Longmarket Street

Black and white print 15.7 x 20.9cm

Reverend William Campbell, Presbyterian Minister, Pietermaritzburg. A founder of the Natal Society. Father to Harry Campbell, Master of the Supreme Court and later Judge President of the native High Court

Sepia print 9.9 x 6cm faded

Reverend William Campbell, Presbyterian Minister, Pietermaritzburg. A founder of the Natal Society. Father to Harry Campbell, Master of the Supreme Court and later Judge President of the native High Court

Black and white print 13.2 x 9.9cm

Ernest Travers Burges, Archdeacon of Pietermaritzburg. Chair of the Board of Governors, Hilton College, 1905-1907

Black and white print

Mr W E Bale and Mrs Bale's dog, Quan. Pietermaritzburg, February 1897

Sepia print 12.7 x 9.3cm Mounted alongside NS-Pe-B001 faded

Mr W E Bale and Mrs Bale's dog, Quan. Pietermaritzburg, February 1897

Black and white print 12.7 x 9.3cm Mounted alongside NS-Pe-B002 faded

Interview with T P N Nduli, conducted by Sithembiso Ntshangase

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