|Apron cloth with wool croohet work edge and silk-thread fringe. Worn by young married woman or bride as a respecting apron from Mbangweni near Muden c1970||
Apron cloth with wool crocthet and silk-thread fringe. Worn by young woman as a respecting apron from Mbangweni near Muden c1970.
|Apron cloth beaded with alphabetical motif worn by married women from Ndwedwe c1989-90||
Apron cloth beaded with alphabetical motifs worn by married Zulu woman as front apron for special occassions, termed uTshodo, from Ndwedwe c1980-90
|Apron by L. Dike||
Apron by L. Dike, Mt Arthur Training School Transkei, 20.9.1961
|Apron black cloth with beading for married Bhaca women from uMzimkhulu 1984||
Apron black cloth with beaded edge. Worn by married Bhaca women in uMzimkhulu area 1984. Worn under breast cloth and over red apron.(indwangu emnyama)
|Apron black cloth with beading for engaged Bhaca women of Himeville, 1960-1980||
Apron black cloth with beading. Worn by engaged girl. Dressed for trial marriage visit to future in-laws. Bhaca of Himeville 1960-1980. Umshashalazo (shashalazi(i, ii)- clear spot-pg. 733, Doke and Vilakazi Zulu-English Dictionary, 1948.
|Applique cloth (Wool and embroidery)||
|Anstey's building, a Johannesburg landmark||
Anstey's building, a Johannesburg landmark
|Animals: Lion, cattles, bucks||
WCP 2153 Animals by Mathebula Louis
|Anglican Clergy, Durban||
Anglican clergy outside St Paul's, Durban
|Angel with Devil||
Angel with Devil
|Anderson, Captain Alexander||
Anderson, captain Alexander, 1844- 1939
Anderson Alexander,Unidentified, A. Anderson, Mr Tracey and Mr Dunning.
WCP 1686 Ancestral healing.
An Ostrich farm in the Eastern Province
|An older girl and a toddler||
Label on back of photograph:
Original photograph in KCL Ph. Album (red bound) p.15 in the Erskine MSS.
Photograph Album donated to KCL by Mr. M. Elton Mills, January, 1984.
|An old man||
An old man
|An elderly woman, seated indoors, with a gramophone on a table nearby (2)||
Caption for photograph: 90-some, but not too old for thrills
Description: Early twentieth-century.
Karl Robert Brueckner papers (KCM 91/2)
File 6 (KCM 91/2/6)
|An elderly woman and a young woman standing by a dirt road, Umbumbulu||
Caption for photograph: Grandma & child. Imbumbulu