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

Religion
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

Pages

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