[Equestrian statue of Dick King, Durban], 1901 - 1902
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70 x 80 mm. Half tone illustration cut from The Times. Richard Philip (Dick) King, (1813-1871) was a pioneer in Natal who acquired the sobriquet 'Saviour of Natal' in 1842 when he rode to Grahamstown to obtain help for the garrison under Captain Smith, besieged by the Boers near Congella. Annotated in the top left hand corner: 'Times April 17 sent by HFW'.
- 1901 - 1902
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