Alan Paton Centre and Struggle Archives

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Forced removals: Hobbsland. People from Khumalosville begin to rebuild their demolished homes

Black and white print 12 x 16cm

Forced removals: Hobbsland. People from Khumalosville begin to rebuild their demolished homes

Black and white print 12 x 16cm

Forced removals: Hobbsland. People from Khumalosville begin to rebuild their demolished homes

Black and white print 12 x 16cm

Fort Manchester

Sepia print 20.2 x 14.6cm

Fort Napier

Black and white print 13.8 x 8.8cm

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Four generations of the James family. Left to right: Lionel James (grandson), Barry James (great grandson), Rupert Jame (son), William James (father). Photo taken in 1930. William James was the son of the founder of the firm London House in Church Street

Sepia print 20 x 25.7cm

Four wheel army wagon, drawn by two horses

Black and whiate print 10 x 17.7cm fading

Foyer of the Alan Paton Centre

Colour print 9.8 x 14.7cm

Fragment of contact sheet, KwaPitela Blackspots, 1983

Black and white print contact sheet

Frank Huddle, staff member at Diepkloof Reformatory and friend of Alan Paton, with David Paton

Black and white print 8.8 x 6cm

Frankie Cornell, Suzanne Stevens and Mrs Mumford at a Liberal Party function in Johannesburg

Black and white print 21.5 x 16.6cm

Franklin D Rooseveld Memorial Award presented to Alan Paton

Digital image, award, plaque

Fred Watson

Sepia print 14.7 x 10.2cm

Fred Watson, clerk to Legislative Council

Sepia print 14.7 x 10.2cm

Free Academy of Hamburg award to Alan Paton (in absentia)

Digital image, award

Frere Railway Bridge, destroyed by the Dutch - December 1899

Sepia print 7.6 x 10.2cm faded

From Gardener's letter, of June 22nd, 1960
From Sarvodaya, looking at the new museum.

Black and white print 25.8 x 20.2cm

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