Item 2008. - Group portrait of Samuel Steele and Staff of the South African Constabulary, 1902

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Group portrait of Samuel Steele and Staff of the South African Constabulary, 1902

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  • [1902] (Creation)

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Photograph is damaged from being folded.

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Has two copies. One copy is an enlarged photograph, matted and framed with glass. (location: Oversize photo box #165 -1)

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Photograph sent in a letter from SBS to Marie dated February 28th, 1902.

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Group portrait of SBS and staff of "B" Division, South African Consatulary outside their headquarters in Kruger's House, Pretoria, ca. 1902. On verso SBS has identified men in the photograph as: back row standing, Capt now Major Scriven, Lt. Currie (tall man), Lt Macdonell [may be scratched out] Trew, Depot [Ip] [illegible] C.O. & [Hildgard], Capt. O'Donnell controller of Division; and seated in centre Capt. Hillyard Staff [adjutant]; Lt. Macdonell [work offn Shindhil], 1902.

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  • Graphic materials Drawer: 5
  • Folder: 11
  • Graphic materials Box: 165
  • Folder: 1