|Indian Problem Survey - Property held in Natal||
A full survey of the South African Indian problem was given that night to the Durban Library group by Mr W P M Henderson ex.Town Clerk of Durban.
|Inscription in a room used by Gandhi at Phoenix||
Black and white print 25.9 x 20.2cm
|Institutional Hinduism: The Founding of the South African Hindu Maha Sabha, 1912||
The majority of the indentured workers who were shipped to Natal between 1860 and 1911 to serve as a source of cheap labour settled in the colony after completing their indentures.
|International printing press||
Printing Press on Gandhi Settlement
|Interview with Pat McKenzie, conducted by Pat Merrett|
|Ismail Meer, Indian HC Jain and guest at the Gandhi, Luthuli, King, Mandela Exhibition|
|Jawaharlal Nehru and Gandhi||
Black and white print 25.7 x 20.2cm
|Jay Naidoo at the Gandhi, Luthuli, King, Mandela Exhibition|
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.
|Joseph Royeppen arrested||
|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 ...
|Kasturba and her four sons||
Mrs Kasturba Gandhi
|Last photo of Mr. & Mrs. Gandhi in Durban with several friends||
Gandhi and Friends
|Last photograph of Mahatma and Kastuurba Gandhi in Durban with friends||
Tributes to Gandhi from the Unpublished book on the "Life og Gandhi" by the Pretoria Tamil Society.
|Late Mr S Naggappan||
Late Mr S Naggappan
|Late SORZAI Strike victim||
Passive Resistance Struggle
|Letter from Devasie Pillay to Phyllis Naidoo||
Letter from Devasie Pillay to Phyllis Naidoo
|Letter from Fern and Monroe to Phyllis Naidoo and Sukhs||
Here at Birla House in Delhi where Gandhi was assassinated there are prayers today as the country celebrates what would have been his 114 birthday.
|Letter from I Glyn Thomas to Alan Paton|