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Reverend James Cameron, Wesleyan Methodist Minister, Chairman of the Natal District 1864-1875; Minister at Chapel Street Methodist Church 1872-1875

Black and white print 17.5 x 12.4cm

Peter Brown Collection: Portrait of Rev Canon Makheta, Orange Free State chairman of the Liberal Party of South

Black and white print 13 x 10.3

Liberals will go on fearlessly
Letter on behalf of H M Jooste to the Chairman, YMCA
Letter from the Secretary to Mr Peck
Letter from the Chairman, YMCA to the Secretary of the Joint Rag Allocations Committee
Letter from the Chairman, YMCA
Letter from the Chairman, African Advisory Council to Miss A Pride
Letter from the Chairman of the YMCA to the Secretary of the YMCA
Letter from Susan to Phyllis Naidoo

We were really upset to read about your brother in your latest letters. Do you know for sure where he is now? Oh! How your mother must feel.

Letter from Susan to Phyllis Naidoo

I thought I would enclose a few newspaper articles from here which may have different information or perspective then you get.

Letter from Professor O Wagner to the Chairman of the Young Men's Christian Association
Letter from Peter Brown to Mr Walton
Letter from Peter Brown to Mr Pillay
Letter from Old Bank, Oxford to J H Hofmeyr
Letter from National Secretary to Mr C Peck
Letter from Head of the Department of Sociology and Social Work to the Chairman of the YMCA
Letter from Chairman Rag Allocation Committee to the Secretary of the YMCA
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.

Gopalall Hurbans

Gopallal Hurbans was a sugar cane farmer and vice-president of the Natal Indian Congress. He was also the chairman of the Natal Vigilance Committee which protested against the Group Areas Act.

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