Western Cape, Province of the (province)
Found in 611 Collections and/or Records:
150 x 78 mm. Showing linen draped over aloe plants to dry.
149 x 78 mm. A view from the beach showing a low rockface with the roofs of houses visible beyond. A note in C.W. Busk's hand adds: 'The Cape Town and Simons Town Rd. was only built as far as Wynberg in 1867, but now runs along where these rocks are, and cuts off all the houses from the sea; the road is just in front of the houses'.
150 x 77 mm. Showing a boulder-strewn curve in the river with the low course of the stream beyond and woodland in the background.
152 x 75 mm. A view looking along the river towards a small wooden footbridge.
151 x 75 mm. A view looking along the Eerste River near Stellenbosch, with dense woodland on either bank.
150 x 76 mm. A similar view to Y3059A/51, but with woodland rather than rocks in the foreground.
149 x 75 mm. A view looking north-east from Camp's Bay towards the Lion's Head, with a rockface in the foreground.
149 x 75 mm. Showing a small tumbledown thatched hut with woodland in the background. According to the Oxford English Dictionary, 'pondok' is 'a hut or shack made of oddments of wood, corrugated iron, etc.; a mean house or hovel, esp. one inhabited by non-whites'.
149 x 75 mm. A view looking up towards the peaks of Table Mountain with wood and scrubland in the foreground.
150 x 78 mm. A view looking up towards the plateau of Table Mountain with broken wood and scrubland in the foreground.
151 x 77 mm. Showing the peaks of Table Mountain from the Kloof Road.
147 x 77 mm. A view looking north-west from Wynberg towards Table Mountain with a road leading into woodland in the foreground.
'A Hottentot [Khoikhoi] man and woman with a view of the Table Mountain and Cape Town at the Cape of Good Hope. Engraved by T. Wallis from an original picture by W.M. Craig. Publish[e]d by C. Brightly, T. Kinnersley, June 1864'.
203 x 152 mm. A view looking across a field of young vines towards the main vineyard buildings and homestead.
115 x 94 mm. Showing a Cape Government Railways steam locomotive pulling out of Cape Town station.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
The UK Archival Thesaurus has been integrated with our catalogue, thanks to Kings College London and the AIM25 project for their support with this.