KwaZulu-Natal, Province of (province)
Found in 347 Collections and/or Records:
189 x 125 mm. Lovett served with his regiment as part of the Natal Field Force in the Transvaal during the First Boer War.
A collection of coloured matt photographs, all measuring 127 x 89 mm. The envelope is annotated: '1980. 9 photos - Zululand - are of 'Makhalafukwe' the shanty town inside Melmoth 'white' area. These people have got permission to take up jobs in Melmoth! (mostly for Government servants!) Their employers are whites, working in KwaZulu'. The photographs were taken by Wren Robinson.
70 x 95 mm.
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.
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.'
195 x 136 mm. A general view of Amajuba Hill, with an African Kraal on the level ground in the foreground. Scene of the Boer attack of February 27 1881 when the English forces holding the top of the hill were routed and Sir George Colley was killed.
A collection of three loose prints and one pencil sketch, of various sizes, with some identification on the reverse, which have been used as titles. They appear to relate to the emigration of the Armstrong family to southern Africa. Photographs by T.F. Haskell and others.
Photograph by Sapsco Real Photo.
122 x 96 mm. Showing a group of pack horses and a few men climbing the steep grassy pass from Natal into Basutoland.
203 x 139 mm. Showing a long row of sacks of sugar stacked on a station platform, with a truck loaded with sugar in the foreground.
199 x 147 mm. Showing a group of Europeans and Zulus posed for the photographer, with more Zulus standing in front of the thatched huts of the kraal in the background. The unidentified compiler of the albums is presumably somewhere among the group, possibly the central figure.
204 x 152 mm. Showing a group of Europeans and Zulus posed for the photographer, with more Zulus standing in front of the thatched huts of the kraal in the background. The unidentified compiler of the albums is presumably somewhere among the group, possibly the central figure.
148 x 203 mm. The caption continues: 'with her hair stretched and twisted with threads covered with fat and red ochre. She can only just see through.'
141 x 200 mm. Although not credited in this album, an identical photograph by Lyn Acutt is held in an album at the Killie Campbell Africana Library under the reference: Album D07/001-231 Zulu Customs Book 1 29500 .
Collection of monochrome postcards (one card missing from original set of twelve).
203 x 152 mm. A view looking across the Esplanade towards the piers projecting into the bay.
203 x 151 mm. Showing an artificial pool fed by the sea, with the Esplanade running along the seashore at the right hand side of the print.
A commercially published collection of prints housed in a folder. The captions have been used as titles and may include language which is offensive, inaccurate or inappropriate. They have been retained to reflect the context of the collection's creation. Unless otherwise stated the prints measure 95 x 70 mm.
Correspondence, press cuttings, reports, and questions and answers in the House of Assembly.
Papers, news cuttings, copies of articles, correspondence, and photographs and negatives, collected by John Aitchison documenting the impact of the Blackspot Removal Campaign in Natal.
118 x 95 mm. Showing three English soldiers standing among Boer trenches and a protective stone wall at Colenso.
97 x 121 mm. Showing a spur of sheer cliffs jutting out over the valley floor.