|Peter Brown Collection: Jannie Steytler leader of the Progressive Party delivering a speech||
Black and white print 19.8 x 24.3
|Monty speaks : speeches of Dr. G.M. (Monty) Naicker, 1945-1963||
LET ME LIVE - LETTER TO A EUROPEAN”: JUNE 1946 STATEMENT MADE IN COURT WHEN CHARGED WITH 46 OTHER PASSIVE RESISTERS UNDER RIOTOUS ASSEMBLIES ACT, JUNE 1946
|Letter from Susan to Phyllis Naidoo.||
Letter from Susan to Phyllis Naidoo.
|Mr. & Mrs. P. W. Botha at a function||
February 19 was a gala day for the Indian community of the Eastern Transvaal town of Piet Retief when the Prime Minister, the Honourable Mr. P. W. Botha, opened the town's Indian Primary School.
|Museum on the Phoenix Settlement||
Pictures of Gandhi housed in the museum
|Gandhi's house on Phoenix settlement||
Gandhi's house at the Phoenix Settlement. Well Being for All and was originally build for Gandhi & his family when the Phoenix Settlement was established in 1904.
|MK Gandhi with the Natal Indian Congress||
Black and white impression of MK Gandhi adressing the crowd at a NIC meeting
|Natal Indian Congress||
Colour impression of Gandhi addressing the crowd at a NIC gathering
Gandhi as a old man wearing a loincloth
|Mahatma Gandhi as a barrister of law in South Africa||
Gandhi went to india in 1896 to promote the South African Indian cause, to recruit Indian barristers to assist in the Indian rights movement in Natal, and to relocate ...
|Mahatma Gandhi in London||
Gandhi at 10 Downing Street - London
|Photo of Gandhi and his Wife Kasturba||
Mr and Mrs Gandhi
|Gandhi - Satyagraha||
Mrs Kasturba Gandhi
|Gandhi in Turban c. 1906||
Gandhi in a turban
|M K Gandhi as a lawyer||
Gandhi, Kasturba, miscellaneous.
Mahatma Gandhi, byname of Mohandas Karamchand Gandhi
|Interview with Nomcabango Dladla, conducted by Radikobo Ntsimane, assisted by Patricia Dlamini: Zulu|
|Interview with Nomcabango Dladla, conducted by Radikobo Ntsimane, assisted by Patricia Dlamini|
|Letter from Sivi to Phyllis Naidoo||
It seems such a long time since I have heard from you and I do miss your letters.