Gandhi Photographic Collection
|Memorial service for Valliama, Passive Resister who gave up her life for the cause||
Memorial service in honour of Valliama
|Deportation to India (1908 - 1909)||
Between January 1908 and June 1909 approximately one thousand Indians were deported to India.
|Stopped at Volksrust near Transvaal border||
Transvaal Protest March organized by Gandhi, October-November
|Burning of passes||
Burning of passes - 1908
|Tussle between Gandhi & Smuts||
Cartoon impression of Gandhi and Smuts
|Parsee Rustomjee & others||
|March through Volksrust on the way to the Transvaal border (Passive Resister)||
|Gandhi in traditional dress towards end of Passive Resistance (1913)||
Gandhi in traditional dress
|Photos on the life of M. K. Gandhi (Miscellaneous)||
Indian Leaders proceeded to Johannesburg to assert rights
|Tributes to Gandhi from the Unpublished book on the "Life of Gandhi" by the Pretoria Tamil Society.||
Gandhi promotes soccer matches
|Passive Resistance Volunteers||
Passive Resistance Volunteers in Pretoria
Ameeroodin Fajandar a Transvaal delegate to Indian National Congress
|Mrs R M Sodha||
Mrs R M Sodha was arrested as an prohibited immigrant
Sorabjee Rustomjee, son of Parsee Rustomjee, was born in Durban on 25 December 1895. He went to India to study and soon after returning to ...
Germiston Passive Resisters. All suffers imprisonment. Seated in the centre is Mr Lalbahadur Singh, the chairman of the Germiston Indian Community
|Colonial born Passive Resisters in Johannesburg||
Colonial born Passive Resisters in Johannesburg
|Mahomed Ebrahim Kunke||
Mahomed Ebrahim Kunke, a stalwart Mahomedan Passive Resister, several times in jail, South Africa, c. 1910.
|Mr Pragji K Desai||
Mr. Pragji K. Desai, a well-tried Passive Resister, South Africa, c. 1910.
|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.