Campbell Collections

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D Camp  Pinetown

D Camp  Pinetown

Cyrene Mission, South Rhodesia

Art donated by Ms A Robinson from Cyrene Mission, S. Rhodesia.

Cyrene Mission Art, c1949.

Cyrene Mission Art, South Rhodesia, 1949.

Donated by Ms A Robinson in 1991.

Cabinet 5 Drawer 7

Cyrene Mission Art

Art donated by Ms A Robinson from Cyrene Mission, South Rhodesia.

Cyrene Mission Art

Cyrene Mission Art, Donated by Ms A Robinson in 1991.

CypressTree

Pen and colour pencil scene of two huts inbetween cypress trees.

Cynthia Shange (uDeliwe) was the first black woman to represent SA in miss world in 1972

Cynthia Shange (uDeliwe) was the first black woman to represent SA in miss world in 1972.: The idea of Expo is great one that will take people away from all the grumbling and crying that is going on in South Africa at the moment.

Cushion, Art Room by R. Bethame

Cushion by R. Rethame, Mt Arthur Training School. Transkei. 20.9.1962

Art Room. Mt  Arthur Training School. Transkei

Cushion cover (Wool and embroidery)

Cushion cover 

Curved wooden crucifix

KCAV 1486 and 1487 Wood curved crucifix by Albert Ndlovu at Lumko Mission.

Curved wood figure

KCAV 1481 Carved wood figure. Mariannhill Art school/ Exhibition.

Curved wood crucufix

KCAV 1488 Carved wood crucifix. Student work from Lumko Mission (Transkei) Grossert No 502

Currie Walter, 1819-1872

Currie Walter 1819-1872

Currie Sir Donald, 1825-1909

Sir Donald Currie

Curiosity Zulu children

"Curriosity" Zuu children

Curch Street, Pitermaritzburg

Curch Street, Pitermaritzburg looking towrds the railway station

Cupboard - Stinkwood

Cape 18th Century Cupboard - Upper section 2 doors, 1 Drawer, cross stretcher with octagonal legs - Stinkwood 

Cupboard - 1940

1940 Cape Cupboard - Two doors + two drawers - Stinkwood

Cupboard - 18th Century

18th Century Cupboard - Upper section 2 doors,  lower section 3 drawers

Cup, saucer & teaspoon

Carved cup saucer and teaspoon made from light wood. Presented to Campbell Collections in 1922 by Chief Gibeleweni of the Qwabe tribe in the Maphumulo district.

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