Campbell Collections

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Higgs Muriel

Higgs Muirel Album 2

Higgs Muriel

Higgs Muriel Album 2

Main Street, Port Elizabeth (Gqeberha)

Main Street, Port Elizabeth (Gqeberha)

Bird's view of Graaf-Reinet

Bird's view of Graaf-Reinet

The Elizaberth' Monument, Port Elizaberth

The Elizaberth' Monument, Port Elizaberth

The Town Hall, Port Elizabert (Gqeberha)

The Town Hall, Port Elizabert (Gqeberha)

The fashionable Promenade Street, Johannesburg

The fashionable Promenade Street, Johannesburg

"The brokers' playground" between the Chains, Johannesburg

"The brokers' playground" between the Chains, Johannesburg

Sorting the gravel for diamonds at Kimberly

Sorting the gravel for diamonds at Kimberly

Bird's eye view of Bulawayo, patrol proceeding to meet Cecil Rhodes, April 1896

Bird's eye view of Bulawayo, patrol proceeding to meet Cecil Rhodes, April 1896

The Cape Naval Station, Simon's Town

The Cape Naval Station, Simon's Town

One of the delightful drivers in Cape Town suburbs, Wnyberg Avenue

One of the delightful drivers in Cape Town suburbs, Wnyberg Avenue

Cape Town as viewed on approaching it , with Table Mountain in the background

Cape Town as viewed on approaching it , with Table Mountain in the background

The principal portion of Cape Town-Capital of Cape Colony

The principal portion of Cape Town- Capital od Cape Colony

Government's house, Bulawayo

Government's house, Bulawayo

Cecil Rhodes at the famous "Indaba" Camp  accompanied by Colenbrander, McDonald, Secretary, Boggie, Mrs Colenbrander

Cecil Rhodes at the famous "Indaba" Camp  accompanied by Colenbrander, McDonald, Secretary, Boggie, Mrs Colenbrander

Johannesburg' Sports' Grounds, The Wanderers

Johannesburg' Sports' Grounds, The Wanderers

The excavation,  207 feet deep made by the dynamic explosion, 1896, Johannesburg

The excavation,  207 feet deep made by the dynamic explosion, 1896, Johannesburg

The famous cheque which was used as payment for the purchase of the Kimberly Diamond Mine, represents the greatest amount ever drawn in one sum, in the Worl's History

The famous cheque which was used as payment for the purchase of the Kimberly Diamond Mine, represents the greatest amount ever drawn in one sum, in the Worl's History

The excavated portion of the Kimberly Diamond Mine

The excavated portion of the Kimberly Diamond Mine

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