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Slide set: Kaffirs, Boers, and Britons in South Africa: or, Jameson's dash to the Transvaal (lecture: Walter Tyler, 60 slides, 1896)

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Types of Native Races
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Kaffir Chief
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Cutting Telegraph Wires
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Fighting the Boers
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First Meeting with the Boers
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Charge of the Three Hundred
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Troopers and Maxim Gun
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State Artillery coming up by Train
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The Surrender
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Battle Field at Doornkop
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Lost Battles -- Majuba Hill, Laing's Neck
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Catalogue of optical lantern slides (Bradford: Riley Brothers, 1905), 177
1909
Descriptive catalogue of lantern slides: available for hire or purchase (London: Walter Tyler, 1909), 314

“A story of British Enterprise in the Dark Continent, with the thrilling account of Jameson's dash to the Trasnvaal.

At considerable expense a perfect set of 60 Slides has been prepared connected with the recent events in South Africa.

By permission of the Proprietors of the 'Illustrated London News,' many valuable drawings by their special War Artists, made at the scenes of action, have been included, as well as a large number of original and direct views and portraits of the inhabitants of the Transvaal, thus forming an exceptionally complete and interesting set of Slides.

A well-known literary gentleman who has travelled in South Africa, has been specially engaged to write a popular and descriptive lecture, the price of which is One Shilling.

These Slides (either Coloured or Plain) are supplied at the usual prices. As the demand for this set is so great, it is quite necessary to give as much notice as possible.”

1912
Lantern slide catalogue (Glasgow: J. Lizars, 1912), 181

“A Story of British Enterprise in the Dark Continent, with the thrilling account of Jameson's Dash to the Transvaal.”

Lucerna ID  3001166

Record created by Richard Crangle and Sarah Dellmann. Last updated 17 August 2021

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