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From missing links to early man
From man to man (1901). Chapter 5
View of Cockscomb from Kleinpoort
From Man to Man
Security official stops man from fleeing, Cape Town
Notes on a second mandibular fragment from Haua Fteah, Cyrenaica
Letter from Nora Loeb, Amsterdam to Edith Bruch, Germany, 1936
The evidence from linguistic classification south of the Zambezi. African History Seminar (November 3rd 1960)
From man to man (1886-1887). Transcription
Commandos from Forças Armadas Angolanan  assault a suspected União Nacional para a Independência Total de Angola soldier
Calabar and Bonny Rivers. From an Original Survey by Capt. William Newton, Late of the Port of Bristol, communicated by Mr Pocock
Postcard from Nora Loeb, Amsterdam, to Edith Bruch, München (Munich), Germany, 1935
Intelligence officer from the 53rd Battalion questions locals
A new and accurate map of Negroland and the Adjacent Countries; also Upper Guinea showing the principal European Settlements, and distinguishing those belonging to England, Denmark and Holland. The Sea Coast and some of the Rivers being drawn from Su
From man to man (1901). Prelude
Aerial view from Rhodes Memorial
Envelope which contained a letter to Edith Bruch, Amsterdam, sent from Germany, 1934
20 May 1998. Archbishop Emeritus Desmond Tutu receives the Freedom of Cape Town, March starts from here to City Centre
Ngive (a border town in Southern Angola) in ruins after the withdrawal of troops from the South African Defence Force in 1990.

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