Campbell Collections

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Entrance to the Kowe river, Cape of Good Hope

Entrance to the Kowe river, Cape of Good Hope

Entrance to Park, Maritzurg

Entrance to Park, Maritzurg

Entrance to Natal Harbour, Durban

 

Label on photograph: Entrance to Natal Harbour

Label on page: Entrance to harbour, Durban

 

Randles family papers (KCM 92/11) ;

File 4 ;

Page 9b

 

Entrance to Lamontville

WCP 2416 Entrance to Lamontville

Entrance to Durban

Entrance to Durban

Entrance to Castle, Cape Town. the Jetty and Table Bay

Entrance to Castle, Cape Town. the Jetty and Table Bay

Entrance to Alexander Park Pietermaritzburg

Entrance to Alexander Park, Pietermaritzburg

Entrance of Kowee river

Entrace of Kowee river, Cape of good hope

Entrance of Kowee river

Entrance of Kowee river

Entrance Cottage to Castle

Black and white sketch of a cottage entrance to the castle.

Entrance to Piazza del polora

WCP 1717  Entrance to piazza Del popolo.

Entonjaneni

ENtonjaneni gun under guard in the ground

Entering Jerusalem

Entering Jerusalem

Enoch (Enoki) Zulu from Ngalonde

Enoch Zulu (right) with his milk car

Enoch (Enoki) Zulu from Ngalonde

In Enoch's home at Ngalonde. Left Enoch's brother Jacob Zulu and right, Jacob's son John Anton Zulu who is blowing a trumpet made from a large oxhorn which is owned by his father.

Enoch (Enoki) Zulu from Ngalonde

Enoch Zulu in festive attire. In his head band, umqhele, from skin stick crane feathers. His bandoliers are from plush with leopard pattern. On his upper arm he wears tufts of the teased hairs of white oxtails.

Enoch (Enoki) Zulu from Ngalonde

Same situation as F 1a/1. Enoch in profile. his rear apron, ibheshu, is from black and white calf skin. He wears side tails from skin, izinjobo.

Enoch (Enoki) Zulu from Ngalonde

Enoch's potrait in profile, with impressive crane feathers in his head band, umqhele.

Enoch (Enoki) Zulu from Ngalonde

Enoch Zulu's mother Alzina Mqoshwana Zulu starts to weave an eating mat, isithebe, from umuzi, Cyperus sexangularis. Left : a bundle of umuzi.

Enoch (Enoki) Zulu from Ngalonde

Alzina's weaving material-umuzi stalks, twisted umuzi skin, and wool for eating mats, izithebe.

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