Campbell Collections

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The Governor General

The Governor General

The Grand Parade and Heerengracht (now Adderley Street) in 18th century, Cape Town

The Grand Parade and Heerengracht (now Adderley Street) in 18th century, Cape Town. A Shell picture story, South African history inpictures Part II; 1764-1795

The Grand Staircase.

The Grand Staircase.

Longleat, Warminster, Wilts.

The graves of men who fell at the battle of Gingindlovu

The graves of men who fel at the battle of Gingindlovu

The Great Barracks, Cape Town.

The Great Barracks, Cape Town.

The Groom & the Bride

Mr & Mrs Ngcobo cutting the cake during reception of their wedding.

The Groom and his Groom's men

Mr. Ngcobo, second from the left leaving home in a traditional Zulu dance to meet his bride.

The Guna River, Butterworth, 1878.

The Guna River, Butterworth, 25 May 1878.

The Gwengwe river, Galekaland, 1878.

The Gwengwe river, Galekaland, 11 June 1878.

The hall

The hall, Groote schuur

The Hall, Groote Schuur

The Hall, Groote Schuur - Original etching by Nita Spilhaus

Cape Times Limited

The Hall, Groote Schuur, Cape Town

The Hall, Groote Schuur, Cape Town

The Hall, Hemmington.

The Hall, Hemmington.

The harbour entrance and decks, East London

The harbour entrance and decks, East London

The Harbour, Cape Town

The Harbour, Cape Town

The harbour, Port Natal

The harbour, Port Natal

The herd of Fries land

This fine herd of Fries was purchased from Lord Lorat's Settlement Experimental Farm. the object being to breed a milk strain of cattle, acclamatized to the country for the benefit of future settlers. The first Sire was imported bull Rima Aagie del Rol whose dam held the Canadian milk record.

The home of Karl Robert Brueckner

 

Caption for photograph: Our First Home

Description: Early twentieth-century.

 

Karl Robert Brueckner papers (KCM 91/2)

File 6 (KCM 91/2/6)

Sheet 11

 

 

The home of Margaret and Montagu Erskine, Grey Street, Queenstown

 

Label on back of photograph:

 

"47 Grey Street Queenstown" (Home of Margaret and Montague [Montagu] Erskine).
Identification from original album

Original photograph in red-bound Ph. Album in the Erskine MSS, p. 20.

The home of Mary and James Webster in Pietersburg, 1904 - 1913

 

Caption on photograph: "Our house Pietersburg"

Label on back of photograph: The home of Mary and James Webster in Pietersburg, 1904 - 1913 (Neg.Sh. 348, A.4)

Description: Early twentieth-century

 

James Robert Webster papers (KCM 92/3) ;

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