Durban (inhabited place)
Found in 108 Collections and/or Records:
206 x 137 mm. A view looking along West Street, Durban, with spans of oxen and wagons waiting on the unsurfaced street outside the hops and commercial premises which line the way. The print is signed 'Caney'.
206 x 134 mm. A view looking along West Street from the junction with another, unidentified, road, with the general stores of W.H. Darby in the foreground and long spans of oxen drawing loaded wagons along West Street. The print is signed 'Caney'.
Collection of monochrome postcards (one card missing from original set of twelve).
192 x 126 mm. A view looking east along West Street with the tower of the town hall in the distance. The Methodist Church is in the right foreground.
205 x 138 mm. A view looking west along West Street, with the dome of the town hall (built in 1906-1910) at the left and the clock tower of the post office (built in 1885 and serving as the town hall until 1910) on the other side of the street.
152 x 206 mm. The caption continues: 'visiting Durban from the Stanger district, wearing the married woman's special skirt of soft black skin, kilted, numerous necklaces, and beaded headdress on her finely plaited hair, rubbed with fat and clay. The children wear only a girdle and necklace of beads. 1948.'