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Traditional Zulu wedding on Ceza Mountain
Traditional Zulu wedding on Ceza Mountain
Traditional Zulu wedding on Ceza Mountain
Traditional Zulu wedding on Ceza Mountain
Traditional Zulu wedding on Ceza Mountain
Traditionally dressed Basotho women

 

Handwritten label on page: "Heathen School"

Description: The photograph depicts a row of women in the foreground, with hills in the background.  The women appear to be dancing, possibly for an initiation ceremony.  Some of the women's faces appear to be painted white.

 

Traditionally dressed fiancée and western dressed man.

Traditionally dressed fiance and western dressed man. 

Tragedy comes to life in this novel
Trail of : Laurence Gandar(Editor), Benjamin Pogrund(Reporter) continues... File 3 - 1967-1968
Train crossing bridge near Joe's Luck, near Barberton

 

Label on back of photograph:

 

"Train crossing bridge near Joe's Luck, near Barbeton"

Identification from original album

Original photograph in KCL Ph. album in the Erskine MSS.  In "Album" with loose leaves, p. 20

Train crossing the river

Train crossing the river (Beech Port)

Train in Durban

Various photographed slides of different parts of the World

Train station (Swaziland)

Train station (Swaziland)

Train travelling across a bridge over the Amanzimtoti River, Natal

 

Label on photograph: "Amanzimtoti River, Natal"

Description: Early twentieth-century.

 

Karl Robert Brueckner papers (KCM 91/2) ;

File 7 (KCM 91/2/7) ;

Sheet 10

 

 

Training School in Morija, Lesotho (1)

 

Handwritten label on page: "Training S. Morija"

Description:  The photograph depicts a group of men, probably students, standing or seated outside a brick building.  In the background there are two young boys looking on, from over the wall

 

Training School in Morija, Lesotho (2)

 

Handwritten label on page: "Training School. Morija"

Traits of Negro character
Tram In Durban

Durban was the first City in South Africa to have a Municipal Tramway.

Transaction of the Association at the Thirty Seventh Annual Conference

Transaction of the Association at the Thirty Seventh Annual Conference

Transcontinental Connections: Alfred B Xuma and the African National Congress on the World Stage

We feel that the world has a special responsibility towards us. This is because the land of our fathers was handed over to South Africa by a world body. It is a divided world.

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