Found in 20104 Collections and/or Records:
191 x 126 mm. Showing three Zulu leaders standing in front of a circular thatched hut.
An engraving taken from a newspaper, undated.
153 x 203 mm. The caption continues: 'Note the cattle kraal within the enclosure for safety at night. Water has to be carried from streams in the valley.' The reference 'E10' is written on the print.
151 x 205 mm. A full-face half-length portrait of a plump Zulu girl with decorative abdominal scarring. The photograph is probably by B.W. Caney, and is numbered '110'.
156 x 205 mm. A studio portrait of a Zulu couple wearing bead decorations. The man holds a stout stick and a Knobkerrie ('iwisa'). The print is signed 'From B.W. Caney, Durban.'
150 x 203 mm.
149 x 203 mm. The caption continues: 'Headdress is made from wool, fat, clay, and woven and sewn into her short hair. It lasts for several years.'
202 x 151 mm. The caption continues: 'Two of Chief Masakeni's wives, wearing heavily beaded headdresses, necklaces, fine black cloth garments and girdles - suitable dress to visit the towns where the body must be covered, by law. The bracelet is modern, leather studded with buttons'.
150 x 208 mm.
204 x 141 mm.
77 x 123 mm. The caption continues 'The long black plumes are from the Sakubula. Near Inanda, Natal [i.e. KwaZulu-Natal]'.
77 x 121 mm. The caption continues: ' Near Inanda, Natal [i.e. KwaZulu-Natal]'.
156 x 206 mm. Showing two uniformed Zulus of the Natal police, carrying knobkerries in one hand and spears in the other.
151 x 194 mm. The caption continues: 'These men are in gala dress, carrying the small dress shield, and using the feathers of birds, and skins. Near Inanda.'
115 x 95 mm.
100 x 60 mm.
300 x 85 mm.
57 x 95 mm. Showing two Zulu men standing in front of a thatched hut. Both men wear the 'isicoco', a headband signifying their married status.
57 x 96 mm. Showing two young Africaans, probably Zulus, squatting beside the shafts of a wagon.