Cry the beloved Country

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Civic reception in honour of Alan Paton to mark the 50th anniversary of Cry, the Beloved Country, City Hall, Pietermaritzburg. Mayor S Gwala, Helen Suzman, United States Ambassador J Joseph and Anne Paton

Colour print

Lev David , winner of the 'Alan Paton Essay Prize' awarded to mark the 50th anniversary of Cry the Beloved Country, Moot Court, School of Law, University of Natal Pietermaritzburg, Professor Ron Nicholson is handing over the prize to Lev David

Colour print 9 x 12.6cm

Letter from Fern Martin to Phyllis Naidoo and Sukhthi

It has been a rather gloomy past few days since the elections ... and people around here are saying in a none too joking tone that they are looking for the next plane out of the country.

Portrait of Alan Paton by Peter Leftwich painted in London 1952 at the time of the premier of Cry, the Beloved Country

Digital, oil painting, Foyer of the Alan Paton Centre

St Francis of Assissi. Copy of the sculpture from the Trondheim Cathedral in Norway, from Lovis Hodne who wrote her thesis on Cry, the Beloved Country

Digital, sculpture, Paton Study

Alan and Dorrie Paton with Zoltan Korda at the 'Meet the Stars' ball in aid of Ixopo Memorial Hall fund and in honour of the stars and personalities involved in the filming of Cry, the Beloved Country

Black and white framed

Filming of Cry the Beloved Country at Carisbrooke station where some of the filming was done

Black and white print 7 x 11cm original

Filming of Cry the Beloved Country. Zoltan Korda with one of the technicians during the filming near Ixopo and Carisbrooke station

Black and white print 7 x 11cm original

Filming of Cry the Beloved Country near Ixopo. Making rain for a scene to be filmed

Black and white print 7 x 11cm 

Filming of Cry the Beloved Country near Ixopo. In the background are actors under striped umbrella doing their dailogues. In the foreground is Mrs Dorrie Paton wearing a hat

Black and white print 7 x 11cm original

Filming of Cry the Beloved Country near Ixopo. Stephen Kumalo played by actor Canada Lee

Black and white print 7 x 11cm original

Filming of Cry the Beloved Country near Ixopo. Another view of Kumalo and family returning from Johannesburg

Black and white print 7 x 11cm original

Filming of Cry the Beloved Country near Ixopo. The scene reflects Kumalo and his family return home from Johannesburg

Black and white print 7 x 11cm original

Filming of Cry the Beloved Country near Ixopo, with the camera on the rails

Black and white print 7 x 11cm original

Filming of Cry the Beloved Country near Ixopo. Alan Paton with Zoltan Korda, film director

Black and white print 7 x 11cm original

Obituaries: Peter Brown, twice-banned Liberal Party stalwart
Letter from Trevor Huddleston to Alan Paton
For You Departed by Alan Paton
Letter from C L Cottrell to Alan Paton
Letter from Gertrude Kummer to Alan Paton

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