Gandhi Photographic Collection

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Abdullah Haji Adam

Miscellaneous illustrations from Indian Opinion on Gandhi & the passive resistance movement

Aftermath of the Riots in Phoenix Settlement

Phoenix settlement after the fire

Aftermath of the riots on Gandhi Settlement

Mewa Rambogind at the burnt site at Phoenix settlement

Aga Sultan Mahmud Shah

Aga Sultan Mahmud Shah

Ameeroodin Fajandar

Ameeroodin Fajandar a Transvaal delegate to Indian National Congress

Anti Indian Agitation mass meeting

The anti-Indian agitation which had commenced against Indian traders was now ... Victoria Street, Durban, the scene of many political meetings in the third decade ...

Architects impression of the Tolstoy farm

The settlement was called the Tolstoy Farm at the suggestion of Kallenbach

Benefactors

Passive resisters

Budree Ahu
Burning of certificates
Burning of passes

Burning of passes - 1908

CF Andrews and WW Pearson

Miscellaneous illustrations from Indian Opinion on Gandhi & the passive resistance movement

Colonial born Passive Resisters in Johannesburg

Colonial born Passive Resisters in Johannesburg

Demand for Independence

Photos on the life of M. K. Gandhi

Deportation to India (1908 - 1909)

Between January 1908 and June 1909 approximately one thousand Indians were deported to India.

Displays in the Sarvodaya

Gandhi's house in Phoenix settlement

Displays inside the the Museum on Phoenix Settlement

The Museum on the Phoenix Settlement

Ebrahim Ismail Aswat

Ebrahim Ismail Asvat (Aswat) was born in Surat, India. He was a committed passive resister from Vereeniging, Transvaal (now Gauteng).

Empire services of Indians in South Africa

Indians arrived in South Africa in two streams. Between ... Gandhi informed the Colonial Secretary that 'all of us regret that our services cannot be accepted.

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