Alan Paton Centre and Struggle Archives

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Unveiling the Alan Paton plaque, 19 Pine Street, Pietermaritzburg before the guests arrived

Colour print 9 x 12cm original

The Alan Paton Centre & Struggle Archives: Dyer Reading Room

Colour print 9 x 13cm original

The Alan Paton Centre & Struggle Archives: Reading room

Colour print 9 x 13cm original

The Alan Paton Centre & Struggle Archives: Foyer

Colour print 9 x 13cm original

The Alan Paton Centre & Struggle Archives: Foyer with a display "Debaring a Bill of Rights" by the Liberal Party Democratic Association

Colour print 9 x 13cm original

The Alan Paton Centre & Struggle Archives: Foyer

Colour print 9 x 13cm original

The Alan Paton Centre & Struggle Archives: Foyer

Colour print 9 x 13cm original

The Alan Paton Centre & Struggle Archives: Foyer

Colour print 9 x 13cm original

The Alan Paton Centre & Struggle Archives: Entrance

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The Alan Paton Centre & Struggle Archives: Alan Paton's study

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The Alan Paton Centre & Struggle Archives: Alan Paton's study

Colour print 9 x 13cm original

The Alan Paton Centre & Struggle Archives: Alan Paton's study

Colour print 9 x 13cm original

The Alan Paton Centre & Struggle Archives: Alan Paton's study

Colour print 9 x 13cm original

The Alan Paton Centre from the outside

Colour print 9 x 13cm original

Opening of the Alan Paton Centre, 1989, Didcott, Archbishop D Hurley (middle) and Bishop M Nutall (right)

Black and white print 15 x 20cm copy

Opening of the Alan Paton Centre, 1989. Alan Paton family with Vice-Principal and Principal

Black and white print 15 x 20cm copy

Opening of the Alan Paton Centre, 1989. Prof P de V Booysen unveiling the plaque

Black and white print 15 x 20cm copy

Opening of the Alan Paton Centre, University of Natal Pietermaritzburg

Black and white print 9 x 12cm

Display of photographs and memorabilia in the Alan Paton Centre. Theme: Alan Paton - Author, Politician and Humanitarian, 1903-1988

Colour print 10 x 15cm original

Routes to democracy in the new South Africa: Some comments on CODESA's task

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