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Letter from Kaka to Phyllis Naidoo and Beti.

Letter from Kaka to Phyllis Naidoo and Beti.

Peter Brown Collection: Printed copy of photograph of Ezekiel Mphalele, PhD English Literature

Black and white print 6.3 x 5.cm 

Zulu Art Students

African Art photograph of stone carved human figures made by Zulu Art students. Photograph donated by Dr. J. Grossert to the Campbell Collections.

Letter from Amritha to Phyllis Naidoo

Letter from Amritha to Phyllis Naidoo

Letter from a friend to Phyllis Naidoo

Hallow there! How do you do? I hope you are still doing fine over there.

Letter from a friend to Phyllis Naidoo

Many times I have liked write letters to you------ but my English is for me an handicap. I would like to speak, when I began to write, I meet many difficulties.

H W D Manson known as 'cake' Manson. He was a poet and playwright and lecturer in English at University of Natal. Wrote 'The Noose-knot Ballad" and "The Festival"

Black and white print 16.5 x 11.7cm

General Francis Grenjell

Colored portrait of Francis Grenjell posing for the Vanity Fair Magazine. 

English graves, Modderspruit. This is the grave of Lieutenant Harold W Bryan of the 28th squadron 4th Regiment, Imperial Yedmanry, killed in action at Hardyville 22 October 1901, aged 20

Sepia print 8.1 x 10.4cm

English graves, Modderspruit

Sepia print 10.4 x 8.3cm faded

" Wooden Violin"

Wooden carving of a violin and it's string. It was made by Mashololo Henry who was a student at Umzinyathi High School  from  Inanda Township In KwaZulu- Natal.

" Vurest: killing and destruction bring no peace"

Colourful scene of people running others hurt or dead on the ground. A burnt house can be seen on the bacjground.

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A coulourful scene of a rural homestead on receding hills, and road winding through. ( Type: Tempera)

English 12: World Literature Written in English
Literary Periodicals in World-English: A Selective Checklist, No. 14, November 1968
World Literature Written in English (WLWE): Newsletter No. 15, April 1969
World Literature Written in English (WLWE): Newsletter No. 14, November 1968
" Ubani owaziyo? "

Scene of a man and woman meeting on the road outside a factory or hostel in a rural village. Huts, Mountains amd trees can be seen in the background.  Lead pencil painting.

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Scene of a woman carrying a water pot, walking towards a homestead. Cows are grazing, and there are trees behind the huts.

" Ngenzani"

Scene of an old traditional Zulu man carrying a shield and stick heading cattle along the road in a rural area.

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