Campbell Collections

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Sinusisiwe Makhanya and Gertrude Mtaka, at centre, photo by S. Watts

Sinusisiwe Makhanya and Gertrude Mtaka, at centre, photo by S. Watts

Sir Carl Behreus

Color portrait of Sir Carl Behreus.

Sir David 1$ prize in his class at the English Royal at Bristol Breed by Lord Rhondda.

Sir David 1$ prize in his class at the English Royal at Bristol Breed by Lord Rhondda.

Sir David. 1 $ prize in his class at the English Royal at Bristol. Bread by Lord Rhondda

Sir David. 1 $ prize in his class at the English Royal at Bristol. Bread by Lord Rhondda

Sir Evelyn Wood

Black and white photograph of Sir Evelyn Wood.

Sir Fredrick Richards, 1833-1912

Sir Fredrick Richards, 1833-1912  depicted seated, in naval uniform

Sir Garnet Wolseley

Black and white photograph of Sir Wolseley.

Sir H.M. Powerful

Colored portrait of Sir Powerful, posing for the Vanity Fair Magazine.

Sir Harry Escombe, Attorney-General of Natal

 

Label on back of photograph:

 

Sir Harry Escombe.  Attorney-General of Natal.

Original photograph in KCL Ph. Album in the Erskine MSS.  

Photograph Album donated to KCL by Mr. M. Elton Mills, January 1984.

   

 

 

Sir Henry Brophane Loch

Colored portrait of Sir Henry Brophane Loch, a Cape High Commissioner posing for the Vanity Fair Magazine.

Sir Henry Everlyn Wood, Brantree (Essex) 1919. Commanded left Flank (No.4) Column and led the action at Hlobane and Kambule

Sir Henry Everlyn Wood, Brantree (Essex) 1919. Commanded left Flank (No.4) Column and led the action at Hlobane and Kambule

Sir James Bethell

Colored portrait of Sir James Bethell posing for the Vanity Fair Magazine; " Go Gas & Gold".

Sir James Reunell Rodd

Colored portrait of Sir James R. Rodd, posing for the Vanity Fair Magazine, '" Diplomacy & Poetry".

Sir John Robinson, 1839-1903

Robinson, Sir John, 1839-1903

Sir John Robinson, First Prime Minister of Natal.

Sir John Robinson, First Prime Minister of Natal.

Sir N. H. Slorks

Colored portrait of Sir N. H. Slorks posing for Vanity Fair Magazine, '"He is a living Paradox".

Sir Osborn Malmoth

 Osborn Sir Melmoth 1833-1899

Sir Robert Peel, First Steamer crossing the bar, Natal 1852.

Sir Robert Peel, First steamer crossing the bar, Natal 1852.

Cab 8 D 1

Sir Shepstone Theophilis

Sir Shepstone and Lady Maria

Sir Theophilus Shepstone

Sir Theophilus Shepstone, Bristol-1817-Pietermaritzburg 1893

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