South Africa (nation)
Found in 3616 Collections and/or Records:
Types of Baobab trees, Messina - showing copper mine, N. Tvl (Northern Transvaal, now called Northern Province], 1925
203 x 152 mm. Showing a bulbous trunked baobab tree in the foreground with the copper mine and excavations beyond.
120 x 97 mm. A view looking along a valley floor along which a small river runs with a flat-topped mountain on the skyline.
191 x 126 mm. A general view of the town of Uitenhage, situated on the Zwartkops River about twenty miles from Port Elizabeth.
196 x 145 mm. A view looking along a tree-lined avenue in Uitenhage with the towers of the Town Hall and the Dutch Church on the far side of the street.
[Limestone mine, N. Cape].
192 x 124 mm. Showing the cascades of the Umbilo Falls.
137 x 198 mm. Showing the 365 foot Howick Falls on the Mgeni River fifteen miles from Pietermaritzburg. The photographer is probably Caney.
212 x 163 mm. A view looking down on the village and the bridge crossing the Mgeni River. The photograph has been mounted upside down on the page.
195 x 134 mm. A view from rising ground looking across the Mgeni River towards the village. With a road crossing a bridge at the left and another road and bridge under construction at the right.
A series of watercolours commissioned from the Rhodesian artist Mrs Gilbert Stephenson to be used in colouring lantern slides to illustrate the fifth handbook, A.J. Sargent, 'South Africa: seven lectures (London, 1914). Stephenson had been recommended by the British South Africa Company.
200 x 149 mm. A view from a neighbouring hillside looking down on the Umkomaas River, with wooden hills on either side.
200 x 149 mm. A view looking down on a curve in the Unkomaas River with an African village of thatched huts set in a cleared enclosure on the riverbank.
191 x 125 mm. Showing a wagon crossing a drift on the Umkomaas River, with a hand-operated pontoon ferry moored on the further bank and a settlement of houses beyond. The Umkomaas enters the Indian Ocean south of Durban.
152 x 202 mm. Showing the cascade on the Umlaas falls, about eighteen miles from Pietermaritzburg.
203 x 113 mm. Showing a large span of oxen drawing a wagon across the drift on the Mvoti River. The Mvoti, which flows into the Indian Ocean south-east of Stanger in southern Zululand, crosses the Pietermaritzburg-Greytown road between Hermansburg Road and Seven Oaks; this is probably the location of this photograph. The print is signed 'Caney'.
Collection of monochrome postcards (one card missing from original set of twelve).
203 x 151 mm. A view framed by trees in the foreground, looking along the Umzimkulu River which enters the Indian Ocean at Port Shepstone.
202 x 153 mm. A view looking down into and along the Gates of Saint John, the gorge through which the Umzimvubu (Hippopotamus) River passes to enter the Indian Ocean at Port Saint John's.
An account of a journey undertook in 1953-1954 to Hong Kong, Thailand, Japan, Manila, North Borneo, Indonesia, Australia, New Zealand, South Africa, Sierra Leone, the Gold Coast and the U.S.A. The volumes are undated, but the last entry in the epilogue is dated 1957.