Campbell Collections

Thumbnail Titlesort descending Description
John Clark Collection

Sir Benjamin governor of the Cape, After whom Durban was named. The aposteophe in his name lingered in 

John Clark Collection

Picture taken: 17/08/1911

A brief history of Voortrekkers Church

John Clark Collection

The trekkers in Natal spent much of their time with rifles in hand, both for self-protection and for the shooting of game for food. To load their guns at the muzzle they used a metal flask, which released the required quantity of gunpowder.

John Clark Collection

An 1862 photograph of a row of early Natal buildings all of which have vanisged. Starting from the left is the 2-storied building of messr. Middleton and Wirsing merchants, built in 1850.

John Clark Collection

Byrne: house Dimbar on site of the first cottage of Canninghous. December 1975

John Clark Collection

Standard Bank, Church Street. Pietermaritzburg

John Clark Collection

Sir Harry Smith

John Clark Collection

The famous etching of the first sale of Natal sugar. It appeared in the Iluustrated London News on 2nd February 1856. The wagon contains bags of sugar. Acutt the auctioneer stands on the wagon ringing a handbell. Hugh Miller, the sugar planter, stands beside him.

John Clark Collection

Natal Mounted Police Barracks 

John Clark Collection

Nils Astrup (1843-1919) A Norwegian missionary, he succeeded the famous Bishop H.P.S. Schreuder as head of the Church of Norway Zulu Mission in 1882 and was one of the first missionaries to settle permanently in Zululand. Of a strong physique, he carried out all his visitation on foot.

John Clark Collection

Rev. William Campbell (1802-73) First minister and founder of the Presbyterian Church, Pietermaritzburg. The building still stands on Church Street but is no longer a church.

John Clark Collection
John Clark Collection

Rev. A. T.Bryant, the author of "Olden Times in Zululand and Natal"

John Clark Collection

An 1875 photograph of West Street looking west from Field Street. Spans of oxen on their way to the harbour pull wool wagons through the water-logged sand. On the corner is a general dealer's shop selling Kaffir pots, metal canisters, and vegetables.

John Clark Collection

Alexandra Road barracks of the Old Natal Mounted Police

John Clark Collection

An old photograph of St Peter's Cathedral. Its founder Bishop Colenso lies buried beneath its altar.

John Clark Collection

A quick sketch of John Dunn drawn in the field by a war artist.

John Clark Collection

Victorian bustle chair and Bible used by Lindley

John Clark Collection

A famous team known as the Wasfs Soccer

John Clark Collection

Original Durban chemist known as W. Stranack despensing chemist.

Pages

30024 records found.