Campbell Collections

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John Clark Collection

Corner of NTCollege. Pietermaritzburg

John Clark Collection

Rev. Albert James Allison, a Natal missionary of the 1850s and a pioneer in native education.

John Clark Collection

A number of prisoners were in a wire enclosure at Eshowe.

John Clark Collection

Sketch by John Mondand

John Clark Collection

Mary, Queen of Scots, Death Mask. Lennoxlove House

John Clark Collection

Volunteer colonial troops marching up Church Street, Pietermaritzburg, on their way to the railway station.

John Clark Collection

Dingaanstad where Retief and his men were massacred. The memorial carries a meatl plate with the names of the Trekkers who died on 6 February 1838

John Clark Collection

Winston Churchill at Durban

John Clark Collection

Casualties at the battle of Colenso were so heavy that trainloads of wounded men were transported to Pietermaritzburg where they were placed in makeshift hospitals-the Native High Court, The legislative Assembly building, Maritzburg College, and St George's Garrison Church 

John Clark Collection

The Bluff with signal mast and the bare sandy Point as they appeared in 1850. Note the cannon covering the entrance to the harbour. From a sketch in the Irons Collection.

John Clark Collection

Dr. E.H. Brookes at Chapter Close. Pietermaritzburg

John Clark Collection

Calamity at the bottom of West Street hill, Pietermaritzburg

John Clark Collection

The mass grave of Piet Retief and his fellow burghers at Dingaanstadt. The Thorn country shown here is typical of the whole area.

John Clark Collection

This kind of Hindu temple, beautiful though small, may be seen on the outskirts of Natal town in the Coastal area.

John Clark Collection

Looking inwards, the South Pier is under construction, with the Bluff, lighthouse, and signal station on the left. Sketch by C.W. Methven.

John Clark Collection
John Clark Collection

Upper Longmarkert Street. Pietermaritzburg. 1840s

John Clark Collection

Dingaan's cession of Natal to Piet Retief.

John Clark Collection

Rev. James Archbell (1798-1866) was Editor-owner of the Natal Independent, a rival of the Natal Witness. A Wesleyan missionary, he had a considerable background of service in Namaqualand, Bechuanaland, Basotoland, etc., and also won the friendship of the Voortrekkers during their Trek.

John Clark Collection

A modern view of the Bluff from the North Beach

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