|Binnelandse reise (Interior journeys): Photographs from the Carnegie Commission of Investigation into the Poor White Problem (1929/1932)||
In September 1929 eighty-seven year old Hendrik Goosen of the farm Soebatsfontein near Garies, Namaqualand, received a visitor. She was attending carefully to her surroundings and inquisitive about family history.
|Passengers, Partnerships, and Promissory Notes: Gujarati Traders in Colonial Natal, 1870-1920||
There were no complicated business arrangements. People trusted each other in those days. When you opened a shop, you would do your utmost to pay your creditors first... To be insolvent was a stigma. Traders tried to help one another. They helped others to open a shop.
|CONTROL AND REPRESSION: THE PLIGHT OF INDIAN HAWKERS AND FLOWER SELLERS IN DURBAN, 1910-1948||
Hundreds of Indians attempted to make a living on the streets of Durban as hawkers and flower sellers between 1910 and 1948 as they left plantation indentures to find work in the urban environment.