South Africa (nation)
Found in 5 Collections and/or Records:
285 x 233 mm. A view looking west along Commissioner Street towards Fordsburg with pedestrians, hansom cabs and carts on the as yet unsurfaced roadway. Photograph probably by E. Caney, in about 1890. The print has the caption: 'Commissioner Street, Johannesburg', and is numbered '139.'
293 x 244 mm. Showing a stage coach and a team of horses standing on the road, with a group of Africans in European clothes in the foreground. Location unidentified, probably Pietermaritzburg. The print is signed 'E. Caney Photo' and has the caption: 'Mail coach off to Transvaal Gold Fields', and is also numbered 'No 16.'
288 x 246 mm. A view from the top of a building looking north along Paul Kruger Street towards Church Square. Church Street West runs off from the square. The print is captioned 'Pretoria' and is signed Caney Photo.'
291 x 241 mm. A view looking along the valley towards the steep-sided Majuba Hill, scene of the British defeat on February 27 1881 and the death of General Colley, the commander. The Boers made their first assault from the steep western slope. The print is signed 'E. Caney Maritzburg' and has the caption: 'West side of Majuba Hill', and is also numbered 'No. 17.'