E.A Londal

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Another flashlight suprise, middle row second from left E.A Londal's mother and at the left the Nils Anderson and at his left his fiancee.

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Tombstones.

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On the rocks- St Helena.

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Extracting sperm whale teeth. Whaling station behind Bluff.

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Durban beach.

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The end of Mango tree which reached an estimated height of 30 metres-trunk was a metre thick, it did bear fruits.

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Yvonne with the daughter of E.A Londal who made this photograph available for copying.

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Wilfred. spears donated to Mashu Ethnology museum by H.L Pook.

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The union whaley co ceased its activities at the Durban whaling station in 1976. They were the last firm to hunt whales. Info from: Daily news 18 October 1976

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Holy trinity church Belvidere, Cape.

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The rarest of all cycads Encephalartos woodii.

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Berea park Durban, avenue of old trees. Syniarpia glomifera.

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A fitting ode to a tree. Mitchell park Durban. Its printed on stone not wood.

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Visit of crown Prince of  Portugal to Durban showing arrival of Prince at the Town hall and the crowd and the guard of honour in front of the Town hall

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Group taken at the Marine hotel after the civic luncheon in honour of visit of Crown Prince of Portugal(centre) on the Prince's right is the mayor of Durban Councillor C. Henwood and on his left the administrator of Natal, ( Justice Beaumont)

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An unusual sight of a coastal boabab tree. 1984.

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Jepper street, Johannesburg. 1981.

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E Jansen and M. Jansen, The first governor general of South Africa who was afrikaans speaking.

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This huge thunder tree, stands on the highest slopes next to Mitchell park, Durban. The tree in 1938 was considered the largest and is estimated to be 400 years old.

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325 Musgrave rd, tripilarus, 1984.

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