Campbell Collections

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John Clark Collection

'Grosvenor' gun old Fort in Durban

John Clark Collection

The Extinguisher cartoon

John Clark Collection

Bambata Rebellion 1906

Dinizulu in the dock, Greytown: the Usuthu chief pleading not guilty to an indictment of 23 counts. 

An artist's impression of Dinzulu in the dock.

John Clark Collection

Front page of the Natal Mercury, 24th February 1853 when the weekly was three months old.

John Clark Collection

Ocean Beach- Durban

John Clark Collection

John W. Colenso (1814-83) Missionary work in Africa has always demanded intensely active and robust people but Colenso was truly exceptional.

John Clark Collection

Newspaper advertisement.

John Clark Collection

Joseph Baynes presented at Pietermaritzburg last week with a numerously signed album as a mark of the gratitude ofNatalians for benefits conferred on the farming community of South Africa in the pioneering system of cattle diffing whereby the East Coast fever plague was greatly mitigated.

John Clark Collection

This Cartoon which appeared in the defunct weekly The Mosquito and African Sketch in the issue of May 17, 1906. Shows a controverseial situation between the Natal Mercury and the Ilanga LaseNatali, the weekly for blacks first published in 1903.

John Clark Collection

A display in the Voortrekker Museum, Pietermaritzburg, of a sewing machine with its accessories of an oil can, scissors, sewing box, etc. 

John Clark Collection

View of the Umsindusi bridge, Swaartkop, and Pietermaritzburg a century ago. The small town in 1854 consisted on only fifteen streets.

John Clark Collection

Ocean Beach, Durban 1891 taken from site Model Dairy by the Natal witness

John Clark Collection

Left: William Flower

Middle: Roy Campbell

Right: Laurens van der Post

John Clark Collection

Newspaper

John Clark Collection

The Convention Pierrots

John Clark Collection

A scene outside the Pietermaritzburg gaol shows Dinizulu being escorted to a carriage for his journey to Greytown to stand trial, in November, 1908.

John Clark Collection

A troop of 17 volunteers made up of young foremen, a photograph taked after they landed in prison.

John Clark Collection

The point from the Bluff

John Clark Collection

Anthony Trollope (24 April 1815 – 6 December 1882) was an English novelist and civil servant of the Victorian era. Among his best-known works is a series of novels collectively known as the Chronicles of Barsetshire, which revolves around the imaginary county of Barsetshire.

John Clark Collection

W.C. Sargeaunt

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