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    • ‘ That was apartheid; thank god it’s all over’: researching the history of photography in South Africa
    • ‘ Swazi Boss Boy’. (Caption on reverse of print). The background has been significantly retouched to highlight the outline of the mine dump. Photograph by Leon Levson. Museum Africa Collection, Johannesburg.
    • Vintage prints, 1930s. Constance Stuart Larrabee Collection, National Museum of African Art, Smithsonian Institution, Washington D.C.
    • ‘ The standard diet is mealie-pap (corn-meal mush) three times a day; an occasional dish is chicken entrails, which the woman above is preparing’, Newclare, Johannesburg, c.1946. Published in Saturday Evening Post , 1946. (Caption as published). Photograph by Constance Stuart Larrabee.
    • ‘ Boss boy Shaft No.3, Wit. Deep Gold Mine, playing with his child in Newclare’, Johannesburg, c.1946. (Caption from Folder 9, Item 155, Constance Stuart Larrabee Manuscript Collection). Photograph by Constance Stuart Larrabee.
    • ‘ Skokiaan Queen’, Johannesburg, c.1948. Photograph by Constance Stuart Larrabee.
    • Township on the outskirts of Johannesburg, c.1948. Photograph by Constance Stuart Larrabee. Settlement, near Johannesburg, c.1948. Photograph by Constance Stuart Larrabee.
    • Tailors at vocational training centre, Johannesburg, c.1949. Photograph by Constance Stuart Larrabee.
    • Nurse and Child, Ezenzelini, 1948. Photograph by Constance Stuart Larrabee. Settlement, Near Johannesburg, 1948. Photograph by Constance Stuart Larrabee.
    • Johannesburg, c.1949. Photograph by Constance Stuart Larrabee. Woman selling corn, Johannesburg, April/May 1949. Photograph by Constance Stuart Larrabee.
    • Men Near Donaldson Orlando Community Center, 1949. Photograph by Constance Stuart Larrabee. Street photographer, Johannesburg, 1948. Photograph by Constance Stuart Larrabee.
    • Mine dance performers, Johannesburg. Photograph by Constance Stuart Larrabee. Constance Stuart With Family at Mine Dance, 1938. Photograph by Constance Stuart Larrabee.
    • Mining boy, Johannesburg, c.1948. One of the many miners who attended the mine dances on Sundays. Photograph by Constance Stuart Larrabee.
    • Male squatter, Johannesburg, 1947-48. Photograph by Constance Stuart Larrabee.
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    • ‘ Johannesburg Lunch-Hour’, Drum , September 1951. © Bailey’s African History Archives.
    • Miriam Makeba singing on stage, August 1956. Photograph by Bob Gosani.
    • A private party in Sophiatown, 1955. Photograph by Bob Gosani.
    • ‘ Death in the Dark City’, Drum , April 1956. Photograph by Peter Magubane.
    • Nelson Mandela and Ruth First, Bloemfontein, December 1951. Published in a cropped version in Drum , February 1952. Photograph by Jürgen Schadeberg. African National Congress conference, Batho Location, Bloemfontein, December 1951. Photograph by Jürgen Schadeberg.
    • ‘ Mr Drum Goes to Jail’, Drum , March 1954. Photograph by Bob Gosani.
    • Teenage gangsters, March 1959. Photograph by Peter Magubane.
    • ‘ The Family of Man’, Drum , September 1958.
    • ‘ Sharpeville Funeral’, Drum , May 1960. Photographs by Peter Magubane.
    • ‘ Where 78% of the People are the “Others”’ by Joseph Lelyveld, photographs by Ernest Cole, New York Times , 19 June 1966. © The New York Times 1966.
    • Photograph by Ernest Cole. Although not published at the time, this image was made for ‘It’s Integration – Result of Groups Areas Act’ by Casey Motsisi and Ernest Cole, Drum , May 1962. Reproduced courtesy of The Ernest Cole Family Trust.
    • ‘ After processing, they wait at railroad station for transportation to mine’. ‘The Mines’, House of Bondage by Ernest Cole.
    • ‘ Storage is improvised. Cardboard punched with holes and hung from the ceiling serves one man as holder for his spoons’. ‘The Mines’, House of Bondage by Ernest Cole.
    • ‘ Handcuffed blacks were arrested for being in white area illegally’. ‘Police and Passes’, House of Bondage by Ernest Cole.
    • ‘ All stand packed together on the floors and seats’. ‘Nightmare Rides’, House of Bondage by Ernest Cole.
    • ‘ Students kneel on floor to write. Government is casual about furnishing schools for blacks’. ‘Education for Servitude’, House of Bondage by Ernest Cole.
    • Although not used in the book, this photograph was taken at the bottle store in Croesus, Johannesburg that appears in ‘Shebeens and Bantu Beer’, House of Bondage by Ernest Cole.
    • ‘ Priest gives communion to sick woman’ and ‘Initiation ceremony of girl diviner’. ‘The Consolation of Religion’, House of Bondage by Ernest Cole.
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    • ‘ Tausa’ display (from Drum ). Constitution Hill, Johannesburg.
    • Exhibition of Ernest Cole’s House of Bondage . Apartheid Museum.
    • Hector Pieterson, Mbuyisa Makhubu and Antoinette Sithole. Photograph by Sam Nzima.
    • Hector Pieterson Memorial, 2007.
    • Alf Kumalo with visitors at the Alf Kumalo Museum, Diepkloof Soweto.
    • Main Street, Paarl, Western Cape. The original photograph is a portrait of Albert Luthuli by Ranjith Kally.
    • Croesus Station, Johannesburg. Photograph by Ernest Cole. Collection of the Iziko South African National Gallery, Cape Town.
    • Darren Newbury, Professor of Photography Birmingham Institute of Art and Design, Birmingham City University Email: [email_address]