This is collection of micellaneous articles, letters, notes and other pieces of writing.
It is a story of entrepreneurship, involving time-pieces of quality, elements of early photography in southern Africa (with particular reference to Arthur Green and the CSS Alabama), extensive property ownership and even early asbestos mining in South Africa.
Very Reverend, medical officer to Indian Ambulance Corp, Second Anglo-Boer War; Vicar and Sub-Dean of St. George's Cathedral, Cape Town; Rector of St. Barnabas', Cape Town; friend of Mahatma Ghandi. Genealogy of Booth, Stott, Grimes.
The story behind re-discovering the possessions of Peter Stuart, Chief Military Constable of Mafeking during the siege.
The Anglo-Boer War (1899-1902) Concentration Camp, Hopetown, South Africa.
This is a documenting of the extraordinary photographic artistry of two brothers, John and William Duffus (Duffus Bros), who, at the turn of the twentieth century, were responsible for recording the images of many prominent South Africans.
A tribute to the extraordinary innovation that is the World Wide Web.
The first garden village in South Africa.
Sarah Wilson, Ludwig Neumannn, Mafeking Siege Slips, Crocodile Pools, Second Anglo-Boer War.
Rediscovering a lost post-office and its historical associations.
Oranje Vrystaat Afdeling – Ambulance Commissie 1900.