Found in 9 Collections and/or Records:
192 x 127 mm. Showing Bronkhorst Spruit in the foreground, crossed by the Pretoria - Middleburg Road in the background.
192 x 125 mm. A view looking along Church Street East, Pretoria, towards Church Square, with two African women in the foreground.
190 x 124 mm. Showing the newly completed Dutch Reformed Church in Church square, with a wagon and a span of oxen drawn up in front of the building. The church, which was inaugurated in January 1885, replaced the one which was burned down in 1882.
191 x 124 mm. This is presumably the point at which Church Street East crosses the Apies River.
192 x 126 mm. Showing miners at work in the excavated trench of the Grahamstown Gold Mining Company at Johannesburg.
192 x 125 mm. Showing the city of Johannesburg in its early stages, with single-storey buildings and tents on the Witwatersrand ridge. A photograph probably taken in 1886-7 during the first year of the city's life. Surface gold was discovered on the Witwatersrand in 1884 but it was not officially declared an open mining area until 1886.
191 x 125 mm. Showing a pony trap on a tree-lined path with a stream in the foreground.
193 x 125 mm. Showing wagons and long spans of oxen in the open market square at Johannesburg.
191 x 125 mm. A close up view of the wonderboom, a wild fig tree outside Pretoria estimated to be over a thousand years old.