Eastern Cape, Province of (province)
Found in 212 Collections and/or Records:
202 x 154 mm. Showing a crossing place on the Keiskama River with three figures in the background.
A view from the Sea Walk showing surf breaking on the shore.
203 x 152 mm. A view looking across the Orange River towards the township of Aliwal North with mountains on the horizon. Crossing the river into Aliwal North is the Frere Bridge.
190 x 144 mm. Showing the market square at Aliwal North with a bullock team and wagon in the foregrond. Founded in 1849, the town is situated on the Orange River and takes its name from the Battle of Aliwal, fought in India in January 1846 during the First Anglo-Sikh War.
219 x 166 mm. Showing a troop of ostriches on C.D. Charlwood's farm at Graaff Reinet, with a figure seated in a ponycart in the foreground. By 1891 Graff Reinet was the sixth largest producer of ostrich feathers in the colony, although the trade has now completely disappeared from the area. The print is signed 'Roe W Phor.'
A view looking along a small river.
Image by W.E. Courteney.
152 x 196 mm. A view showing the thin plume of water which drops down the vertical rock basin to the pool below. Tha falls are situated 5 miles south of Butterworth.
The print is initialled 'SA'.
Showing African and European youths bathing in a stream or pool.
192 x 126 mm. Showing the girder bridge spanning a gorge on the railway line between Grahamstown and Port Alfred.
200 x 148 mm. Showing a rowing boat and a small sailing dinghy on the Orange River near Aliwal North.
200 x 145 mm. Showing clouds of spray from the surf hitting rocks at the Boiling Pot, Mazeppa Bay.
287 x 172 mm. A view looking down on the Buffalo River and wharves at East London, with two steamers moored in the foreground and the sea in the distance.
190 x 126 mm. A view looking inland along the Buffalo River from the east bank, with the hand-operated pontoon crossing the river in the middle ground.
208 x 139 mm. A view looking along the Buffalo River towards the Indian Ocean, with the sea and headland beyond.
202 x 142 mm. A view looking over small homesteads and gardens with the Stormberg Mountains in the background. Founded in 1844, the town was originally called Kupdrift. A duplicate of Y505J/28.
20 x 136 mm. A view looking over small homesteads and gardens with the Stormberg Mountains in the background. Founded in 1844, the town was originally called Kupdrift.
A view from the Humewood Road looking across wooded land towards the harbour.
191 x 124 mm. Showing a group of hunters seated in a semicircle on a hillside with the bodies of antelopes arranged in front of them.
154 x 108 mm. Showing cave paintings of antelopes at Aliwal North.
203 x 152 mm. A view from a neighbouring hill looking across towards the village of Butterworth with a small bridge in the foreground crossing the Gcuwa River which divides the two hills.
A view from a neighbouring hill looking over the town of Cradock, with a plantation of firs on the slope in the foreground.