Found in 22 Collections and/or Records:
Depicts a busy street in Cape Town, with numerous buggies and trolleys, and showing a large building with a sign reading "J.D. Cartwright and Co." Has ink stamp of "Sallo Epstein & Co." on the reverse.
Depicts a broad paved waterfront promenade in Durban. Several people are walking up and down the promenade or lounging on the lawns. Has ink stamp of "Sallo Epstein & Co." on the reverse.
Depicts the exterior of the Cango Caves in Oudtshoorn, South Africa. Eight people stand in front--a group of men and boys, wearing Western garb and appearing to be tourists at the cave. Has the ink stamp of "T.D. Ravenscroft" of Rondebosch (Cape Town), on the reverse
With the ink stamp of T.D. Ravenscroft on the reverse.
A view of the town of Grahamstown/Grahamstad, South Africa. The town appears at some distance, beyond a fenced in field in the foreground and a dirt road on which two people walk at right.
Titled in graphite on reverse, along with number ("2645"); presumably, the scene is Lovedale, South Africa. Depicts a landscape with grass-roofed huts and large plants growing in foreground.
View of the Umkomaas (Mkomazi) River, spanned by a long low bridge. The photograph is signed E.E. Caney.
Depicts "Needles Hotel," a small wooden-framed building. Has, on the reverse, the ink stamp of the Territorial Studio (Umtata).
Large mountains are in view. The scene is probably in South Africa.
A collection of pamphlets from African, South American, Latin American, Asian, European, and North American countries which include material relating to politics, economics, social conditions, agriculture, legal topics, religious activities, history, government operations, education, and other areas. The collection is particularly strong in the area of African materials, with several nations represented.
Depicts a small set of buildings at the base of a large, craggy, hillside. Several people stand in a lawn or open space to the front of the buildings. Has, on the reverse, the ink stamp of the Territorial Studio (Umtata).
View of the Rand Hotel, with several people in front. One woman rides a horse side-saddle, and other people ride in buggies. The scene also depicts several servants wearing dark sashes. Signed, on front, by E.E. Caney.
Depicts a group of people moving across a river or lake on a ferry moved by ropes strung across the water. Has, on the reverse, the ink stamp of the Territorial Studio (Umtata).
Working files documenting Samuel Thorne's activities as statistical geographer for the United Nations and United States Army Map Service (1938-1949), with material on the classification of maps, on place names, and on Guatemala. The remainder is made up of research materials reflecting his course work and research for the M.A. in geography at Columbia University (1949-1953). Much of this material deals with gold mining in South Africa.
Has, on the reverse, the ink stamp of the Territorial Studio (Umtata).
Depicts a craggy rock pass with a body of water in the foreground. A man with a horse and buggy are at water's edge on the opposite bank from the photographer. Has the ink stamp of "T.D. Ravenscroft" of Rondebosch (Cape Town), on the reverse.
Depicts a large craggy pass, with a woman or girl in Western dress standing on a dirt road running through it. Has the ink stamp of "T.D. Ravenscroft" of Rondebosch (Cape Town), on the reverse.