South Africa (nation)
Found in 3616 Collections and/or Records:
203 x 151 mm. Showing a busy scene on a Durban wharf, with bales of wool being loaded by crane on to a moored steamer.
53 x 80 mm
193 x 125 mm. A view looking south-west along Adderley Street from the corner of the Parade, with hansom cabs lining the street and part of the Standard Bank Buildings (1883) visible at the left of the print.
191 x 134 mm. A view looking across Adderley Street towards the post office with the Parade and the Dutch Reformed Church beyond and Table Mountain on the skyline in the background.
77 x 99 mm. A view looking along Adderley Street busy with horse wagons and pedestrians; with the General Post Office at the left of the print.
200 x 150 mm. A view looking south east along Adderley Street with the General Post Office, completed in the late 1890s, in the left foreground. Trams and pony cabs are on the roadway and the portico of the Standard Bank can be partially seen beyond the post office at the Darling Street junction.
111 x 85 mm. A view looking south east along Adderley Street with tramlines and horse carts on the roadway.
115 x 91 mm. A view looking south east along Adderley Street and showing the Standard Bank (opened in 1883) and the Mansion House Buildings (1898) at the junction with Darling Street. With horse carts and cabs parked in the foreground.
A collection of small images measuring 82 x 63 mm with captions on the prints. The captions have been used as titles and have been recorded as found. Photographs by Charles F. Kimble and Sons.
Collection of loose coloured (80-88) and monochrome (89-98) postcards of Cape Province, by J.G.B, Spes Bona Series (80-83), T.D. Ravenscroft (84-87), Valentine and Sons (88-90), W.E. Courteney, East London (91), Stewart and Schaefer, Cape Town (92-94), unknown (95-98). Nos. 89-91 are original photographs.
197 x 136 mm. Showing the lawn and near façade of Admiralty House.
A collection of small postcards measuring 83 x 58 mm., captioned in letterpress on the reverse. Photographs by Art Co. The captions have been used as titles and have been recorded as found.
An affidavit on the capture of the Spanish privateer 'La Union' by the English privateer 'Indispensible' on 19 February 1798, heard before the Earl Macartney at the Cape of Gold Hope.
Frome's original sketches of Kingston, Ontario, Canada, numbers 187, 189-91 and 196 were sold to the Agnes Etherington Art Centre, Queen’s University, in 1975. Photographs of these sketches are stored at RCMS 40/3/15-19. Glass plates which had been made from several of Frome’s drawings of the Rideau Canal (missing when the collection arrived in Cambridge) have been reproduced on Cambridge Digital Library as Y3062T.
76 x 52 mm. Three Africans playing crapps, possibly at Kimberley.
115 x 95 mm.
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.'
120 x 155 mm. colour postcard.
95 x 115 mm.
The caption reads 'In 1801 the African Theatre, the first entertainment house, opened its doors on Riebeeck Square where it stands to this day'.
A diary describing a journey from London via Egypt to the Sudan, Kenya, Uganda, Belgian Congo, French Equatorial Africa, Cameroons and South Africa in four volumes, each of 50 pages.
Collection of monochrome postcards
A general view of the market place at Beaufort West (260 miles ENE of Cape Town) with cattle, wagons and tents in the foreground. Photographer unknown, probably F. Townsend.
Material collected by Hepple while researching the history of the trade union movement, workers' organisations and industrial relations in South Africa.