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Namaqualand, "Dembitzer, 5"

Photograph of a large group of uniformed men with rifles (Town Guards) who formed part of the Boer War Troops. Joseph Dembitzer was a guardsman during the Anglo-Boer War (1899-1902) and is one of the men seen in this image.

Photographer unknown

Namaqualand, "Frank, 1"

Photograph of the wedding of Jacob Frank and Pauline (Polly) Barnett. Pauline was the daughter of Rosalia and Isaac Barnett (brother to Henry Barnett, local storeowner). Jacob Frank was a lawyer who first came to Springbok in 1907. *(names of figures in photo apparently available in Rosenberg collection)

Photographer unknown

Namaqualand, "Caplan, 5"

Letter written on the 22nd of September 1913 by M Caplan (Mick) to thank a friend for the condolences received with regards to the death of his older brother. A personalised letterhead featuring details about the Caplan brothers' store (H. Caplan and Bros.) can be seen at the top.

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Namaqualand, "Caplan, 3"

Photograph of Caple Caplan's wife, Florrie (nee Paepert), holding their 2-year-old son, Victor. When sending the picture to someone she wrote the following: "In this one he was crying for Caple, and I am mocking him, so we both look a treat, but I'm sending it to you for fun. Don't we look comical here?"

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Namaqualand, "Frank, 2"

Photograph of the Frank family home in Springbok. Pictured here are Jacob Frank (left) Dorothy Frank (baby in centre), and Jacob's wife, Pauline Frank (nee Barnett) on the right. The central female figure is unknown. Baby Dorothy would one day go on to be the mother of Sheila Samson.

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