South Africa (nation)
Found in 3616 Collections and/or Records:
Zambesi River Bridge and Profile Point, 1925
202 x 151 mm. A view showing the Zambezi at the point where it is divided at Profile Point with the bridge straddling the left hand fork.
Zanzibar (Chandler Collection)
A collection of separate photographs and a panorama. The photographs date from Chandler's residence in east Africa, and are chiefly of Zanzibar Island, but 60-73 and 83-87 are of Dar es Salaam, 75 is probably of England, 88-89 are of South Africa and 90-96 are of the Victoria Falls.
[Same spot as preceding].
Contains slides including a group of seven interiors of Marnham's house taken in August 1968, three showing servants in February 1968 and one of the visit of the Mayor for the celebration of the Queen's birthday on 20 April 1968. The majority show the garden, from scenes in April 1967 to seven transparencies making up a panorama taken on the eve of departure in March 1970. In between these are extensive views both of individual clumps of flowers and more general scenes.
Zulu, 1930 - 1950
143 x 205 mm. Full length portrait of 'Mashiyendaka Fakude of the Mgeni tribe. Mutsha of tails, backcloth of skin, bead girdle and necklaces'.
[Zulu chief and warriors], 1901
105 x 65 mm. and 65 x 105 mm.
[Zulu chief: original caption illegible], 1925
152 x 190 mm. Showing a Zulu chief standing in front of a thatched house and saluting.
Zulu councillor, Mahashini, Zululand, 1949
Zulu crafts, 1930 - 1950
208 x 150 mm. The caption continues: 'Beadwork. Ilala basket weaving. Clay pottery. Wood carving. Decorative gourds. Sleeping mat. All exhibited at a local show.'
Zulu dancers, 1930 - 1950
204 x 147 mm. The caption continues: 'They use the small dress shields for these occassions, and sticks. They wear skins, beads and feathers. Near Eshowe.'
Zulu dancing girls near Inanda, Natal [i.e. KwaZulu-Natal], 1930 - 1950
122 x 76 mm. The caption continues: 'wearing the short black kilted skirt and beads, and carrying black umbrellas, to which they have become very attached! A few have the proper dancing sticks, carved or beaded.'
Zulu family, 1930 - 1950
202 x 144 mm. The caption continues: 'The hut is made in the modern style with mud and wicker surround. The three openings are unusual.'
Zulu family and Kraal, 1888
190 x 125 mm. Showing the family standing in front of a circular thatched hut.
Zulu girl, 1940 - 1949
Collection of monochrome postcards
Zulu hairdressing, 1930 - 1950
202 x 151 mm. The caption continues: 'The women help each other in the elaborate styles. These are all married women, and they twist their short curly hair into strands of wool and cotton mixed with fat and dark red ochre, the whole being fixed firmly. These styles last about seven years! One woman has a small dancing shield. They are obviously preparing for a dance or feast'.
Zulu headmen, 1910
Collection of monochrome postcards (one card missing from original set of twelve).
Zulu headmen or chiefs, 1888
191 x 126 mm. Showing three Zulu leaders standing in front of a circular thatched hut.
Zulu Kaffirs of Natal, South Africa, 1817 - 1866
An engraving taken from a newspaper, undated.
Zulu Kraals near Eshowe, 1930 - 1950
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.
Zulu maiden, Natal [i.e. KwaZulu-Natal], 1880 - 1889
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'.
Zulu man wearing the 'Kehla', 1930 - 1950
150 x 203 mm.
Zulu married woman, 1930 - 1950
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.'
Zulu married women, 1930 - 1950
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'.