Gandhi Photographic Collection

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Kasturba Gandhi School

School on the Phoenix Settlement named after Kasturba Gandhi

Kasturba Gandhi

Mrs Kasturba Gandhi

Kasturba and her four sons

Family photograph

Kallenbach the owner of Tolstoy farm

Dr. Hermann Kallenbach (1 March 1871 – 25 March 1945) was a German-Jewish architect who ... Kallenbach himself named this farm after Leo Tolstoy as he was deeply influenced by Tolstoy's writings and philosophy. Abandoning the life of a ...

Joseph Royeppen arrested

Passive Resistance

JJ Doke

J. J. Doke, can be described as a generous and natural giver, who in the trials of others, showed sympathy, that prompted him to serve. J. J. Doke, was sympathetic to the desire of the Indians for improved civil rights.

International printing press

Printing Press on Gandhi Settlement

Indian Opinion was founded by V. Madanjit

Madanjit Viyavaharik, the owner of the International Printing Press and The first issue was prepared through 4 June and 5 ...

Indian hawkers barred from trading in white areas

The Aslatic Question - 13/8/1908

Indian demonstration - 1897

Indians gather together to demonstrate in Durban

India's Independence & Local Items.

Mr Gandhi and Mr Kallenbach dinner RSVP card

India's Independence & Local Items.

Gandhi's farewell dinner invitation

Hosken - Chairman of Johannesburg European Committee

He was a Natal merchant originally (1874–89), then moved to Johannesburg, primarily selling ammunition, dynamite, and arms. He was arrested for his involvement in the Jameson Raid, though fled to Natal during the war.

Henry Polak editor of the Indian Opinion

Henry Polak. Polak is an editor Gandhi befriends at a vegetarian restaurant

Harilal M Gandhi

Harilal Mohandas Gandhi was the eldest son of Mohandas Karamchand Gandhi and Kasturba Gandhi. He had three younger brothers: Manilal Gandhi, Ramdas Gandhi and Devdas Gandhi.

Harbat Singh (Passive Resister)

Harbat Singh (Passive Resister)

H Kitchin editor of the Indian Opinion

Gandhiji had first met him at a vegetarian restaurant in Johannesburg. He owned a ... He succeeded Kitchin as editor of Indian Opinion. "He is at ...

Group at Lord's Ground, Durban. Re : Speech by Gokhale (1912).

Meeting on the 3 pound Tax

Gokhale meeting on 3 Pound Tax Lords ground Durban

Group at Lord's Ground, Durban. Re : Speech by Gokhale (1912).

Gokaldas Gandhi

Mr. Gokaldas P. Gandhi, who led a party of Passive Resisters from Tongaat district, c. 1910.


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