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"Pretoria and the country around"

"Pretoria and the country around"

Biographies - T-Z : Death Penalty and Executions

Death penalty, executions, hanged, sentence, Pretoria, Blacks, two killers

Black Sash outside the Union buildings, Pretoria

Black and white print 25.3 x 18

Colonel Long's captured guns. Arrival at Newcastle en-route to Pretoria

Sepia print 19.8 x 13cm

Delville War Memorial, Pretoria

Delville War Memorial, Pretoria

Gandhi in Pretoria

In 1894 Gandhi helped found the Natal Indian Congress, to unify local Indians into a political force, and became the first secretary.  In September of the same year, Gandhi became the first Indian to be enrolled as an Advocate of the Supreme Court of Natal. 

Gopalkrishanan Gandhi, Indian High Commissioner to South Africa, Pretoria

Colour print 8.9 x 12.7cm

Letter from Adelaine to Alan Paton
Letter from Alan Paton to Adv O Pirow
Letter from Alan Paton to Mr Op't Hof
Letter from Alan Paton to Mr Weir
Letter from Munroe Gilmour to Phyllis Naidoo

Here are some thoughts about Chris which you requested: When you lived at the "Survival Center", I remember coming often (around meal time no doubt) and Chris, would be sitting there in a folding chair up against the wall leading to the back of the house.

Letter from Phyllis Naidoo to Angel Dalmau

Thank you for your letter of the 1st April, which reached me yesterday.

Letter from Phyllis Naidoo to Buck

Tomorrow is your birthday and you will be two years. Your mother tells me that she made yo a VW cake. I do hope it is edible and that you have a wonderful birthday. Your present, a scrap book was to have gone with Peta who was to take Blob to Mutare to celebrate her 80th birthday.

Letter from Phyllis Naidoo to Ian & Winnie

A belated letter to you, for which my sincere apologies. Please accept thanks for taking books to JHB to Gonda in Yeoville. I am grateful.

Letter from Ray to Phyllis Naidoo and Sukhthi

Letter from Ray to Phyllis Naidoo and Sukhthi

Letter from Sigrid Honnens to Paton
Letter from Susan to Phyllis Naidoo and Suks

I just got a copy of the Lesotho Weekly telling about the decision not to allow John Osmers back in Lesotho.

Letter from T Weir to Alan Paton
Lord Roberts enters Pretoria 1900 - Anglo Boer War

Lord Roberts entering Pretoria, Boer War, South Africa, 1900 . Pretoria, the Boer capital of the South African Republic fell to the British under Field Marshal Lord ...


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