Found in 7 Collections and/or Records:
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.
200 x 148 mm. Showing a rowing boat and a small sailing dinghy on the Orange River near Aliwal North.
Landscape format. [A still river with sandbanks and hills in the background].
196 x 122 mm. A view looking along the Orange River at dusk with the bridge silhouetted against the mountains and sky in the background.
'The first boat that floated on its waters. The left hand shore is the Cape Colony, the right is the great Southern Desert, 1872. The Islands in front are where Sir Walter Currie shelled out the bushmen about 1870-1'. The term Bushmen was used to describe a group of Khoisan-speaking hunter-gatherers who lived in the Kalahari Desert.
Water colours and pen and ink sketches documenting Anderson's travels in southern Africa, accompanied by his original captions and explanatory notes. Numbers 2-3, 7, 11 and 15 were missing when the collection came to Cambridge. Their captions and explanatory notes are included for research purposes.
199 x 153 mm. A view looking along the tree-lined Orange River near Aliwal North, with hills in the distance.