PIETERMARITZBURG

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The Park, Pietermaritzburg

 

Label on photograph : The Park, Pietermaritzburg

Description: The photograph depicts a park in Pietermaritzburg, possibly Alexandra Park which was established in 1860 and later named after Queen Alexandra, consort of King Edward VII of Great Britain.

 

The old Town Hall, Pietermaritzburg, destroyed by fure in 1898

Sepia print 20.1 x 15.7cm

The newly unveiled plaque at 19 Pine Street, Pietermaritzburg

Colour print 9 x 12cm original

The Lake, Botanical Gardens, Pietermaritzburg

Hand coloured black and white print 13.8 x 8.6cm

The house in King Edward Avenue, Pietermaritzburg, which became the Alan Paton Centre

Sepia print 11 x 18

The first City Hall, Pietermaritzburg; the fire of 12th July 1898

Sepia print 15.5 x 11.4cm

The first City Hall, Pietermaritzburg; the fire of 12th July 1898

Sepia print 19 x 20cm

The first City Hall, Pietermaritzburg; the fire of 12th July 1898

Sepia print 19.3 x 15.7cm

The first City Hall, Pietermaritzburg; after the fire of 12 July 1898

Sepia print 15.5 x 11.4cm

The first City Hall, Pietermaritzburg. Opened 15 June 1893; destroyed by fire 12 July 1898

Colour print 25.5 x 18.7 cm

The Club, Dunnings, opposite is Watlings. Church Street, Pietermaritzburg. Note: Professor A F Hattersley says "St Peters Church is just out of sight on the right".

Sepia print 9.2 x 5.7cm

The Cameron Highlanders in Pietermaritzburg, 1906

Sepia print 21 x 29cm

The avenue, Mountain Rise, Pietermaritzburg, 1880

Sepia print 20.3 x 13.7cm

The Asylum, Pietermaritzburg

The Asylum, Pietermaritzburg

Subramanya Temple in Pietermaritzburg

A Hindu Temple in Durban, South Africa. Hinduism is practised throughout South Africa, but primarily in KwaZulu-Natal.

Studio portrait of Reg Pearse on graduating from Natal University College, Pietermaritzburg

Sepia print 10 x 14cm original

Statement by Alan Paton and Peter Brown
Stad Pietermaritzburg Sertifikaat: Afskrif vir applikant
Sri Satyapal of Pietermaritzburg Natal one of the eminent Hindu leaders S Africa
Sir Theophilus Shepstone ins his Pietermaritzburg garden during his retirement

Black and white print 15.6 x 21.8cm

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