South Africa (nation)
Found in 3617 Collections and/or Records:
287 x 172 mm. A view looking down on the Buffalo River and wharves at East London, with two steamers moored in the foreground and the sea in the distance.
190 x 126 mm. A view looking inland along the Buffalo River from the east bank, with the hand-operated pontoon crossing the river in the middle ground.
208 x 139 mm. A view looking along the Buffalo River towards the Indian Ocean, with the sea and headland beyond.
[Shows Arthur Marnham].
78 x 52 mm. Probably at the Kimberley mine.
120 x 95 mm.
A collection of loose prints, most measuring approximately 85 x 55 mm, with handwritten captions beside the prints. Photographs probably by F. Walsh.
Bull Fontain, on the road from Griqua Town to the Orange River 1871. An interesting geological formation, 1871
Water colours and pen and ink sketches documenting Anderson's travels in southern Africa, accompanied by his original captions and explanatory notes. Numbers 2-3, 7, 11 and 15 were missing when the collection came to Cambridge. Their captions and explanatory notes are included for research purposes.
125 x 95 mm. Loose in diary.
Collection of monochrome postcards printed in collotype showing stuffed animals in the Natal Museum, Pietermaritzburg. Accompanying the postcards is a four page printed leaflet by the Director of the Natal Museum, Ernest Warren, dated April 1924 and entitled 'The need for the International protection of the African fauna.' All photographs by C Akerman except no. 73, which is by 'F. Teschner'.
202 x 142 mm. A view looking over small homesteads and gardens with the Stormberg Mountains in the background. Founded in 1844, the town was originally called Kupdrift. A duplicate of Y505J/28.
20 x 136 mm. A view looking over small homesteads and gardens with the Stormberg Mountains in the background. Founded in 1844, the town was originally called Kupdrift.