Campbell Collections

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John Clark Collection

Killie Campbell photo by John Clark

John Clark Collection

Punch

John Clark Collection

Fort Durnford, Escourt

John Clark Collection

A Durban wharf in the late 1890s with black stevedores unloading from ships. The nearest one has Melbourne as its port of registry.

John Clark Collection

Reprinted death was Mary Queen of Scots

John Clark Collection

The Greenwich Railway

John Clark Collection

An old print showing a ward of the Royal Free Hospital (London) in 1843. Note single beds, space between beds, and flowers on the tables.

John Clark Collection

R. I Finnemore

John Clark Collection

Anglo Zulu-War

John Clark Collection

A scarce photograph of Zulu women and children leaving the bush before the battle in the Mome Gorge.

John Clark Collection
John Clark Collection

Facade- Government Hospital, Durban 1861

John Clark Collection

J. J. Bisset

John Clark Collection

A shell chart showing shell-hits when the town was only half-way through the siege.

John Clark Collection

Early railway train- The Classes

John Clark Collection

Entrance for the Napier, c1890

John Clark Collection

Dinizulu, son of Cetywayo, was suspected of disloyalty to the colonial government. He was accused of giving help and encouragement to Bambata while professing his own non-involvement. 

John Clark Collection

Wolseley

John Clark Collection

Facsimile of a portion of his journal found on the beach by men from the rescue ship which arrived six weeks later. (From Jesse Page's life of Gardiner).

John Clark Collection

Entrance Fort Napier

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