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John Clark Collection

Eloff Street, Johannesburg

John Clark Collection

Byrne: Newborough Grange (Old Walson house)

John Clark Collection

Left: Dr. S.G. Campbell. Founder and Chairman of the Durban Technical Institute, of whose new building the Duke of Connaught laid the foundation-stone

John Clark Collection

Long grave, Boer War

John Clark Collection

A cavalry unit - The King's Dragoons - entering the capital Pietermaritzburg on their way to Zululand.

John Clark Collection

The site of the duture Maydon Wharf before its construction. It was named after Durban councillor G. Maydon who devoted time and energy to the improvement of the harbour

John Clark Collection

A heavy catch by Inian seine-netters, June 1968.

The Sardines are here! This picture shows all the exultation and joy of the "catch," as these Indian seine netters look over their seasonal sardine haul.

John Clark Collection

Union Buildings, Pretoria 07/10/13

John Clark Collection

King Langalibalele 1874

John Clark Collection

Thomas Baines

John Clark Collection

02/10/13 Johannesburg

John Clark Collection

Byrne: Ruth Gordon at Butley's Cottage (Blarney) December 1975

John Clark Collection

Sir R. Buller 'The Saviour of Natal'

His rescue of soldiers at Inhlobane during the Zulu War won him the Victoria Cross. He was Commander in Chief in the Second Boer War and raised the Siege of Ladysmith in 1900.

John Clark Collection

A slightly different copy of Gardiner taken from the original standard picture

John Clark Collection

John Clark

John Clark Collection

E.A.R Innes (1852-87) A protege of Harry Escombe, this young man spent the last six years of his life as a harbour engineer of Durban. He died from an infection contracted from the mangrove swamps in the bay.

John Clark Collection

The newspaper captions read: "Mr 'Twala' Shwegman, one of the professional seine netters who hauled in tons of sardines from the sea at Scottburgh today, dispels the myth that sardines are not edible." Date: 3 July 1979.

John Clark Collection

Pretoria 07/10/13

John Clark Collection

Byrne: Bentley's Cottage (Blarney)

John Clark Collection

Boer war grave.

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