Campbell Collections

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John Clark Collection

John Moreland

John Clark Collection

Table Bay- A vigorous representation from an aquatint by L. Sabatier, in possession of the Cape Town 

John Clark Collection

Langalibalele ( The searching Natal Archives sun)

John Clark Collection

Ship sailing in the sea, Durban

John Clark Collection

A sketch of West Street, Durban, in 1850 appeared in the Illustrated London News. It is a reasonably accurate representation of the main street with its one-storied houses and shops. The unpaved street shows deep wheel marks in the loose sand.

John Clark Collection

Sir Theophilus George and Philip Allen (colonial treasurer in helmet). Drawing by John Moreland

John Clark Collection

Drotsby- Stellenbosch

John Clark Collection

Old House- Overpark- Loop Street. Pietermaritzburg 1974

John Clark Collection

House when execution Goal was herad, PMB

John Clark Collection

Blood River.

Sketch by H. Egersdorfer of the breakout from the laager of the mounted Boers.

John Clark Collection

Another equestrian group of local notabilities. It is described as a 'Scene near the Umgeni. 16-3-1849. Longfellow fecit'.The people are numbered and named. The coach ascending the hill is that of Henry Cloete, recorder of Natal.

John Clark Collection

C.J. Cato

John Clark Collection

Soldiers

John Clark Collection

Andries Pretorius (1798-1853) An artist's impression of this military hero of the Voortrekkers. Pretorius's spiritual home was always NAtal, although he left for the Transvaal, later becoming its first president.

John Clark Collection

The Bluff signal station for ships some years after the arrival of the emigrants. No lighthouse was available until 1865 when Peter Paterson, the colonial engineer, erected the first one on the site.

John Clark Collection

Archaeological excavations in South Africa are yielding a great deal of evidence concerning the lives and habits of the ancestors of the Bushmen. Stone tools, man's basic implements in Africa for two or three million years, had been greatly refined by Later Stone Age times.

John Clark Collection

Lukas J. Meyer (1846-1902)

John Clark Collection

Government House. Pietermaritzburg

John Clark Collection

John Vanderplank house, Camperdown

John Clark Collection

The schooner William Shaw built at Cato's Creek for George C. Cato, in 1856. It was named after an Eastern Province missionary who was an old friend. Cato used it for coastwise trading.

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