Alan Paton Centre and Struggle Archives

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Recording the anit-apartheid struggle. Mr Emmanuel Kunene and Mr Anton Xaba in an interview

Colour print 9 x 12.5cm

Recording the anti-apartheid struggle. Ruth Lundie, Sibongiseni Mkhize and A S Chetty in an interview

Colour print 9 x 12cm original

Refugees, Drill Hall, Durban

Sepia print 14.8 x 19.7cm

Religious Book of the Week
Remarkable novel on South Africa
Reminder of the Annual General Meeting of the Civil Rights League
Remittance Advice to Reality
Report by Eddie Daniels: 15 years on Robben Island: 6 July 1964 to 16 November 1979
Report of a speech made by J H Hofmeyr
Report on Lynn van der Riet
Report on the African Resistance Movement
Resignation from Cabinet letters
Retief Street bus depot

Black and white print 25.8 x 17.9cm


Rev D Hurley, OMI; Archbishop of Durban

Black and white print 13 x 20cm

Reverend Henry Maxwell Cameron. Wesleyan Minister. Son of Reverend James Cameron. Served at Chapel Street, 1872-1875

Black and white print 17.4 x 12.2cm

Reverend James Cameron, Wesleyan Methodist Minister, Chairman of the Natal District 1864-1875; Minister at Chapel Street Methodist Church 1872-1875

Black and white print 17.5 x 12.4cm

Reverend Joseph Jackson, Wesleyan Minister. Converted at Chapel Street revival, 1856. Accepted for the ministry in 1859, the first candidate from Natal

Black and white print 17.5 x 12.3cm

Reverend Richard Hayes, Chapel Street, 1866-1868. Wesleyan Minister

Black and white print 17.5 x 12.3cm

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


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