PIETERMARITZBURG

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Black Sash: Peace March, Pietermaritzburg

Colour print 12.6 x 8.8

Black Sash: Peace March, Pietermaritzburg

Colour print 12.6 x 8.8

Black Sash: Peace March, Pietermaritzburg

Colour print 12.6 x 8.8

Black Sash: Peace March, Pietermaritzburg

Colour print 12.6 x 8.8

Black Sash: Standing for the Truth Peace March, Pietermaritzburg, L-R: Visitor, A Diesel, D Stevens, Bochara Karam, Fidela Fouche, Lorenza Cowling, Stephane Alexander, seated: Pat Merrett

Colour print 8.9 x 12.7

Black Sash: Standing for the Truth Peace March, Pietermaritzburg

Colour print 8.9 x 12.7

Black Sash: Standing for the Truth Peace March in Pietermaritzburg, L-R: F Fouche, D Stevens, B Karam, M Kleinenberg, L Cowling

Colour print 8.9 x 12.7

Black Sash members, Pietermaritzburg. D Stevens, M Dyer, P Krynauw, P Merrett, P Dunn, M Wittenberg, J Kerchhoff, F Fouche

Black and white print 16.4 x 21.4

Black Sash members, Pietermaritzburg. From left: W Leeb, B Biggs, P Merrett, A Diesel

Black and white print 20.1 x 25.3

Kerry Harris holding poster, Pietermaritzburg

Black and white print 10.6 x 16.5

Black Sash protest in Longmarket Street, Pietermaritzburg

Black and white print 21 x 15.8

Black Sash protest outside the Parliament Buildings, Pietermaritzburg

Black and white print 21.2 x 16

Miss Marion Harper of Pietermaritzburg, aged 88, one of the city's oldest members.

Black and white print 6.3 x 15.9

Marion Harper was on vigil for 30 minutes soon after noon. The vigil was a protest against legislation affecting coloured representation before parliament. Witness 21 April 1956

Sir David 1$ prize in his class at the English Royal at Bristol Breed by Lord Rhondda.

Sir David 1$ prize in his class at the English Royal at Bristol Breed by Lord Rhondda.

Pietermaritzburg, 1862.

Pietermaritzburg, 1863.

Letter from Bunty Biggs to Phyllis Naidoo

What a small world! I am here at a Quaker Conference at Resthaven, Borrowdale.

Letter from Ashika to Phyllis Naidoo

Thank you for the lovely card you sent me. I had written you a postcard but no one would post it.

Letter from Reginah Xaba to Phyllis Naidoo

I am sorry to answer you letter very late.

Letter from Reginah Xaba to Phyllis Naidoo

It’s a pleasure to me to have this opportunity of writing these few lines.

Letter from Malotsane to Phyllis Naidoo

I am in a city on the Eastern Coast of New Zealand called Dunedin.

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