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John Clark Collection

The late Sir Michael H. Gallwey, K.C.M.G.

Born at the Cork in 1826 and died at Maritzburg last week. He came to Natal in 1857 as Attorney-General, having been appointed to that post by the Home Government. He was Chief-Jutice in 1890-91.

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Sardine being piled up on the beach for immediate auction, June 1963.

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Spioen Kop

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Major-General Sir John George Dartnell  (2 April 1838 – 7 August 1913) was a British soldier and police officer who was the founder and first Commandant of the Natal Mounted Police.

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Mark Twain ( Samuel Langthorne Clemens )

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Municipal police, Durban, 1908

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Pretoria 07/10/13

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H.E.G Bulwer

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Spioen Kop

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Prince Alfred in later years

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Two small girls

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Boer war group

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Fort Dumford, Eastcourt

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Rev. John Stalker, deputy head, Maritzburg College, with his four daughters at a house in New Scotland Road, Pietermaritzburg

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J.P. Hoffman (1807-79)

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Special Souvenir, Natal Mercury

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Horse stalls on deck

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Byrne Church, 1963. Mr & Mrs. W.F. Ogilvie 2nd and 4th left

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The Town Hall, Ladysmith, showing Shelton watch tower a photograph famous the world over.

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C.W. Methven (1849-1925) An able and versatile harbour engineer who quarrelled with the Natal Harbour Board and its chairman Harry Escombe over the extension of the North and South Piers. He was an artist of considerable talent. His sketched of Durban scenes are valuable.

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