Personalities, Places, Events

P = photo
F = film/video
A = audio

Personalities

Aberhart, William (Canadian politician) F
Adams, Abigail F
Aga Khan and Rita Hayworth, Nairobi, 1950s F
Amateau, Rod, American scriptwriter F
Anderson, Lindsay, 1963 P
Artime, Manuel, Brigade 2506 F
Ascherson, Neal F
Attenborough, Sir Richard, working on Cry, Freedom F
Baldwin, James P
Battersby, Roy F
Baez, Joan (singing in Central Park, NY) F
Bambata (Bhambata), Zulu chief P
Barlow, Maude, political message F
Barnes, Binnie F
Barnes, Gov. Ross, Jackson, Mississippi, 1964 P
Bartholomew I, Patriarch of Constantinople P/F
Basil, Father, and District 6, Cape Town, South Africa F
Beck, Julian F
Beatles, The, TV performance 1966 P
Bendix, William F
Benny, Jack F
Benson, Mary, South African writer and historian P/F
“Big Buster”, Black South African disc jockey, 1970s F
Biggs, Ronald, Great Train Robber in Barbados F
Biko, Steve A
Bird, Tony, sings, Hunter College, 1984 A
Bizos, George, Mandela lawyer F
Bogarde, Dirk, in South Africa F
Borge, Victor, late ‘60s F
Boris, King of Bulgaria, funeral F
Botha, P.W. F
Brett, Hon. Dorothy P/F
Brink, Andre, South African writer P/F
Brownlow, Kevin, 1988 P
Bunche, Ralph P
Burns, George F
Burns, Rev. Lee W., Kirby, S. Carolina, 1964 P
Bushell, Roger, of The Great Escape P/F
Buthelezi, Chief Gatsha F
Calloway, Cab F
Cantor, Eddie P/F
Carmichael, Hoagy P
Carmichael, Stokely P/F
Carter, Elmer A., NY State Commission against Discrimination, 1964 P
Cash, Johnny P/F
Cash, June Carter P
Castro, Fidel P/F
Cele, Henry, South African actor P/F
Chamberlin, British Prime Minister, “Peace in our time” F
Chaplin, Charlie, attends premiere F
Charles, and William, Princes, ride ponies on Rotten Row F
Chevalier, Maurice in South Africa, 19502 F
Chiang Kai Chek, with Roosevelt, 195 F
Chiang Kai Chek, Madame, with husband
Cho En Lai, China, 1944 P/F
Chu-Teh, Yenan, 1944 P/F
Churchill, Winston, with Eden; leaves office of PM; 1939; inspecting troops; inspecting workers; with Roosevelt F
Clark, Glen, Premier of British Columbia, political message F
Clayton, Buck, jazz musician F
Colleano, Bonar, in South Africa F
Collins,s Judy, singing at Electric Circus, 1968 F
Cook, Peter, New York 1973 P
Cooper, David F
Collins, Judy (singing Susanne) F
Daley, Mayor (speech against Yippies) F
Davies, John Paton, American diplomat P/F
Davis, Angela (prison interview) F
Davis, Bette, in South Africa F
Davis, Rennie (Chicago ’68) F
Dash, Sam F
Day, Doris sings “You oughta be in pictures”, “ ‘Swonderful”, filmclip F Dedjer, Vladimir F
Dellinger, Dave, Chicago 1968 P
De Niro, Robert, shooting Hi, Mom!, 1970 P/F
DePalma, Brian, shooting Hi, Mom!, 1970 P/F
Devenish, Ross, South African director F
Dors, Diana at Royal Film Performance F
Du Preez, Max, South African journalist F
Dube, John, a founder of African National Congress P
Duberman, Martin, American author F
Dukes, Rev., Harlem, 1964 P
Dulles, John Foster, in Caracas and elsewhere F
Eden, Anthony, becomes Prime Minister, 1955. Review of life F
Eisenhower, President, at UN; with Anthony Eden F
Elizabeth, Princess F
Elizabeth, Queen, coronation of F
Ellsberg, Daniel, re Watergate F
Emerson, John, American diplomat P/F
Emir of Katsina, inauguration of , 1982 P/F
Farmer, James, CORE P
Faulkner, Stanley (Chicago ’68) F
Faure, William, South African director F
Feni, Dumile, South African artist F
Fields, Virginia F
Fischer, Bram, American lawyer and Communist Party head P/F
Fleets, US and Russian, 1960s F
Fleming, Rhonda F
Fountain, Letrice P
Foure, William, South African director P/F
Frankovich, Mike film producer F
Fugard, Athol A
Fulbright, Senator, 1980s P
Gabashane, Laura, South African entertainer F
Gampu, Ken, South African actor P/F
Ganyile, Lanford, Pondo, South African activist P/F
Gatti, Attilio P
Gellhorn, Martha P/F
Genet, Jean P/F
Gibbs, Jeff, environmental activist F
Ginsberg, Allen P/F
Goebels F
Goniwe, Matthew, South African anti-apartheid activist F
Goodman, Paul F
Gordimer, Nadine F
Gorman, Paul (Chicago ’68) F
Gqabi, Joe, African National Congress F
Gregory, Dick, Chicago 1968 P/F
Guevara, Alfredo (ICAIC) F
Guevara, Che, 1964; photo collection P/F
Harcourt, Mike, Premier British Columbia F
Harrison, Salisbury, 1972 F
Hayden, Tom (Chicago ’68) F
Hayworth, Rita with Aga Khan, Nairobi, 1950 F
Hussein, King of Jordan, at UN, 1950s; Jordan, 1970 F
Huxley, Francis P/F
Habash, George, leader of PFLP (Popular Front for the Liberation of Palestine) F
Hatem, Dr. George (Dr. Ma), China, 1944 F
Havenga, Nicolaas, funeral, South Africa 1957 F
Hawkins, Jack at Royal Film Performance 1950s F
Hayek, Igor F
Henninger, Manfred, German painter P/F
Hirohito, 1930s F
Hitler, Adolf at Nuremberg; in Paris; with maps; F
Hoffman, Abbie F
Hofmeyer, Nicholas, South African director P
Hope, Bob, Berlin film festival, 1950s; New York dinner F
Hunt, E. Howard, CIA agent, Watergate conspirator P/F
Hussein, King, Jordan 1970 P/F
Huxley, Francis, British anthropologist P/F
Eisenhower, President F
Ivens, Joris P/F
Jackson, Blyden, NY CORE, 1964 P
Jessel, George, 40th anniversary in show business dinner F Johns, Glynis, in South Africa F
Johnson, President, introducing fitness programme F
Jones, Jo, jazz musician F
Jordan, Hubert F., “Black Eagle” of Harlem, 1964 P
Joseph, Adelaide, ANC F
Joseph, Paul, ANC F
Kani, John P/F
Kaye, Danny in Southern Rhodesia, 1950s F
Kelly, Fiver, South African entertainer F
Kennedy, Sen. Edward, 1989 F
Kennedy, President, inspects Brigade 2506 F
Kente, Gibson, South African director P/F
King, Martin Luther F
Kohn, Nate, American producer F
Kruger, Jimmy, South African National Party politician F
Kruschev F
Klaasen, Lorraine, South African singer F
Klaasen, Tandy, Canadian singer F
Kubeka, Abigail, South African singer F
Kunene, Mazisi F
Laing, R.D. F
Lamm, Staffan, Swedish director and writer P/F
Latakgomo, Joe, South African journalist F
Laval, Pierre F
Lenin, bio F
Lewis, Anthony, journalist P/F
Lewis, John, Georgia SNCC P
Lewis, Joe E. F
Lindsay, Lady, China World War II P
Locke, Bobby, 1938 F
Lockwood, Margaret, in South Africa F
Lollobrigida, Lola at Royal Film Performance F
Lorde, Audrey, poetess, at Hunter College, 1984 F
Lowenstein, Allard (Chicago ’68) F
Ludden, Ray, American diplomat P/F
Ma, Dr. (Dr. Hatem), China, 1944 F
Mabley, Jack, Chicago journalist F
MacArthur, General F
Machel, Samora, Mozambique, 1970s F
Mafekeng, Elizabeth, African National Congress F
Magogo, Zulu Princess sings and plays P/F
Maharaj, Mac, African National Congress P/F
Maile, Sam, South African pianist F
Malan, South African prime minister, 1950s F
Malema, Julius F
Mandela, Nelson P/F
Mandela, Winnie P/F
Mandela, Zenani F
Mandela, Zindzi F
Manoim, Irwin, South African journalist F
Mao Tse Tung, China, 1944 P/F
Maimane, Arthur, South African journalist P/F
Marcus, Gilbert, South African civil rights lawyer F
Marcuse, Herbert P/F
Marshal, John, American anthropological filmmaker F
Marx, Harpo F
Matshikiza, John, South African actor P/F
Mattera, Don, South African writer F
Masuku, Dorothy, Zimbabwean singer F
Matthews, Stanley, football player, medal at Buckingham Palace F
Mazwai, Thami, South African journalist P/F
Mbuli, Mzwakhe, South African praise poet P/F
McAlvany, American evangelist in South Africa F
McCallum, John, Australian actor F
McDonough, Alex, political message F
McLean, Don F
Mda, Peter, African National Congress F
Means, Russell (at Wounded Knee) F
Meer, Fatima, African National Congress F
Messinger, Ruth, Mandela Night at Hunter College, 1984 A
MgCina, Sophie. South African singer F
Mhlophe, Gcina, South African story-teller F
Michaux, Lewis, book store owner, Harlem P
Miller, Jack (ACLU) F
Mogotlane, Thomas, South African actor P/F
Mokae, Zakes, South African actor F
Montgomery, George F
Moore, Dudley, New York 1973 F
Moses, Bob, 1964 P
Moshesh, Daniel, South African entertainer F
Msiman, Selby, African National Congress F
Mtwa, Percy, South African actor/dramatist F
Muso, Joseph, South African entertainer, 1950s F
Mussolini in top hat, 1930s F
Mzawane, Mbulelo F
Ndaba, David, ANC representative, 1984 A Nebenzal, Harold, American scriptwriter F
Nengwekhulu, Harry, South African anti-apartheid activist F
Ngakane, Lionel, South African actor F
Ngwenya, Peter, Soweto Children’s Theatre F
Nkosi, Lewis, South African writer P/F
Ntshona, Winston F
N!Xau, Bushman of Gods Must Be Crazy P/F
O’Dwyer, Paul (Chicago ’68) P
Oakie, Jack F
Oppenheimer, Nicholas F
Owen, Tony F
Patterson, Robert, White Citizens Council, Greenwoood, Mississippi, 1964 P
Petitot, Emile (Arctic explorer) F
Petrovic, Gayo F
Phahlane, Sylvester, South African entertainer F
Powell, Dick F
Powers, Francis Gary, U-2 pilot P/F
Presser, Pat, South African journalist F
Price, George, PM Belize, 1963 P/F
Prince Philip in India or Malaya F
Prince Philip, Royal Film Performance F
Princes, British, ride in park F
Princess Elizabeth and Philip, Royal Farewell to Grenadier Guards F
Prouty, Fletcher, American author F
Queen Elizabeth and Prince Philip, Royal Film Performance F
Raeburn, Michael, Zimbabwean director P/F
Ramaphosa, Cyril F
Randolph, A. Philip P
Rathebe, Dolly P/F
Rather, Dan (Chicago Convention, 1968) F
Reagan, Ronald (cigarette commercials) F
Reynolds, Bruce, Great Train Robber, France, 1956 P
Rutherford, Eric(a), director and artist P/F
Reynolds, Bruce F
Ribicoff, Governor (Chicago ’68) F
Robertson, Pat, in South Africa F
Robeson, Paul F
Robinson, Edward G. F
Rogosin, Lionel P/F
Rolling Stones, TV performance 1966 P
Roosevelt, Pres. Franklin D; speaking to Congress; with Anthony Eden; at desk; with Churchill F
Roosevelt, Teddy F
Rubin, Jerry P/F
Rustin, Bayard, 1964 P
Sachs, Albie F
Sartre, Jean-Paul (at Russell War Tribunal, 1967) F
Savery, Alan, Rhodesia 1976 P/F
Schlesinger, Arthur M. F
Schmitz, Oliver, South African director P/F
Schneemann, Carolee, American artist F
Seale, Bobby, prison interview, and Chicago 1968 F
Seeger, Pete F
Selassie, Haile, 1930s F
Seldes, George P/F
Serote, Wally, South African writer P/F
Service, John, American diplomat P/F
Shabalala, Beryl, South African entertainer F
Shatner, William P/F
Shaw, Susan, British actress, in South Africa F
Simpson, Mayor Charles E., Greenwood, Mississippi, 1964 P
Smallwood, Joey, 1975 P
Smith, Rhodesian Prime Minister, 1976 P/F
Smith, Sheriff George. Greenwood, Mississippi, 1964 P
Smuts, Field Marshal Jan Christiaan , Waterburg, 1936 F
Smuts, General, opens law-courts in Port Elizabeth, South Africa, 1934; addressing troops F
Stalin, saluting march past F
Steichen, Edward, photographer, 1964 P
Stevenson, Mickey, Motown record producer F
Stewart, Martha, actress F
Stilwell, Gen. Joseph, with Chiang Kai Chek, China, 1944 P
Sullivan, Francis J. (Chicago ’68) F
Suzuki, David F
Sweezy, Paul P/F
Tambo, Adelaide, African National Congress F
Tambo, Oliver, ANC President, in Tanzania,New York, Trafalgar Square P/F
Tana, Themba, South African musician P/F
Tate, Buddy, jazz musician F
Tavares, Norberto, Cape Verde Islands musician P/F
Temba, Albertina, South African entertainer F
Thatcher, Margaret F
Thloloe, Joe, South African journalist P/F
Thomas, Antony, South African director P/F
Tu-Deh, Chinese Communist, China 1944 P/F
Tugwana, Gabu, South African journalist F
Tyson, Harvey, South African journalist F
Udall, Senator, 1989 F
Uys, Jamie P/F
Van Dongen, Helen P/F
Vigier, Jean-Paul, (War Crimes Tribunal ’67) F
Vorster, B.J., South African Prime Minister F
Vundla, Mfundi, South African writer F
Wallace, Gov. George, Birmingham, Alabama, 1964 P
Walt, Vivienne, South African journalist F
Warren, Earle, jazz musician F
Webster, David, South African F
Weller, Philip (World Wide Fund for Nature) F
Wells, Dicky, jazz musician F
Wilding, Michael, in South Africa F
Wilkins, Roy, NAACP, 1964 P
Who, The P
Wilson, Harold, Trafalgar Square 1963 P
Wisdom, Norman, in Berlin, 1950s F
Wisdom, Norman, receives Russian dancers in London, 1950s F
Withers, Googie in South Africa, 1950s F
Woodsworth, JS (Canadian politician) F
X, Malcolm, 1964 P
X, Michael, 1967 P/F
Xaba, Nomsa, South African actress F
Yorty, Samuel, Los Angeles mayor, 1974 F
Young, Whitney P
Yumich, George (Chicago ’68) F
Zhukov, Marshal, Berlin, 1950s F

Organizations, Groups, Sects

African Inkspots, singing group F
Agriculture, India F
AIDS, Africa, Canada, Cuba P/F
American cities, 1960 F
American Space Programme F
Anti-nuclear activities, Communist F

Anti-war movement, USA, late ‘60s, early ‘70s: Chicago ’68; Yippies; Yippie commercial; Grand Central Central Station Yip-In; draft-card burning at Forth Hamilton induction centre; draft refusal, Central Park, NY, Joan Baez; street theatre; farewell party for draft resister David Zimmerman; Weather Underground; street pamphlets and graffiti; Washington Square demo; military cemetery burial, Washington; Columbia University demo; Columbia University gives sanctuary to deserter George Kaputo; draft-dodgers in Canada; Jerry Rubin, Abbie Hoffman, Dave Dellinger, Allen Ginsberg, Dick Gregory, Jean Genet P/F

Archery, South Africa, 1950s F
Black church, London, 1965 P
Black Panthers, various F
Badius, Cape Verde Islands F
Ballet, Cuba, 1964 P/F
Bertrand Russell War Tribunal, Stockholm, 1967 F
Black Broadway Boys, South African entertainers F
Black Panthers, 1968 F
Blitzkrieg F
Bomber planes, German F
Boxing, police F
Brigade 2506, inspection by President Kennedy F
Buses, segregated, US F
Cabaret, USA, 1930s F
California, lifestyle late 1960s F
Cavalry, South African and various European F
Children’s songs, Zambia and South Africa F
Children’s theatre, Soweto, South Africa F
Cinema, South African, history of P/F
Cinema, township, 1990 F
Civil Rights movement, USA, 1960s P/F
Coca Cola commercial, South Africa, circa 1960 F
Cockfighting, Dominican Republic, 1967 P
Colonial history, Africa P/F
Commercials, American and South African F
Cover Girl, 1970 F
Croation officers, German-trained, World War II F
Cuban Military, Bay of Pigs, Angola F
Cruise vessel, Black Sea F
Draft resisters, USA P/F
Drug addicts and treatment, USA, Taiwan, late ‘60s F
Earth Players, drama group, South Africa F
Electronics industry, Italy, 1970s F
Fascists, Italian, 1930s F
Film posters, mainly Africa F
Flamenco, Spain, 1930s F
Floods, Mississippi, Danube F
Folk music, Breton, American, African F/A
GBB, Afrikaans rock band F
German women horse soldiers F
Germans combat Allies, France 1944 F
Germany, poverty, 1930s F
Go-carts, South Africa, 1960 F
Grenadier Guards, Princess Elizabeth farewell to F
Guerrilla warriors and warfare, Mozambique, Zimbabwe, Middle East P/F
Gun control, USA, 1970 F
Gymnasts, South Africa, 1960 F
Hitler Youth F
Holidays, UK, 1950s F
Homosexuals, South Africa F
Horse racing, UK, 1950S F
Horse racing, South Africa, 1950s F
Hula Hula dance, US nightclub F
Hungarian Revolution, 1956 F
Hunter College, Nelson Mandela night, 1984 A
ICAIC, Cuba, 1964 F
Immigrants, coloured, to Britain, 1960s F
Immigrants, white, to South Africa, 1950s F
Indians, American, Crow and Navajo F
Israeli Defence Force, 1968 F
Jankeno dancers, Belize, 1963 F
Japanese Army, China and World War II F
Jazz musicians, American and South African F
Johannesburg, South Africa, 1937, traffic F
Johannesburg, South Africa, snow, 1936 F
Johannesburg, South Africa, parade of floats, 1950s F
Johannesburg, South Africa, ball-room dancers F
Juvenile delinquents, South Africa F
Kechi Indians, Belize, 1963, including dance F
Knebel, Milek, Israeli filmmaker F
Korean War F
Log-rolling contest, USA, 1950s F
Majola, Richard, South African entertainer F
Mali, women of F
Malombo, South African music combo F
Manhattan Stars, South African entertainers F
Maasai, Kenya F
Mattachine society, NY, 1968 F
Mine dancers, South Africa, 1976 P/F
Mines and mining, South Africa P/F
Migrant workers, South Africa, Lesotho F
Mosque, London, 1965 P/F
Mozambique, religion F
Munitions manufacture F
Nazis and mentally impaired F
Nazi propaganda, pre-World War II and WWII F
NDP (New Democratic Party), British Columbia, political messages, convention F
New York State Thruway, building F
New York Board of Education, demonstration, 1964 P
Newsreels, Eastern & Central Europe, 1926-1944 F
Ndebele culture, South Africa P/F
Nuclear Industry, USA, South Africa, Germany F
Ocean liners F
Parade of Floats festival, Johannesburg F
Prison, USA (Cash, Seeger); Taiwan (drug addicts) F
Public School, England, 1965 P/F
Pan-Africanist Congress, Tanzania, 1978 P/F
Palestine Liberation Organization, 1970 F
Parliament, South Africa, opening, 1950s F
Patriarchs, Greek Orthodox, 1999 P/F
Ponies, Devon, give Wild West show F
Propaganda, American F
Propaganda, Eastern European F
Propaganda, South African F
Racist graffiti, London, 1960s P/F
Racist postcards, USA, 1930s P
Radio Free Europe F
Railway, South Africa, 1950s F
Rockers motorcycle gang, London, 1965 P/F
Royal Hospital, Chelsea, 1965 P/F
Rastafarians, Jamaica, 1964 F
Refugees and camps, Sudan and Middle East F
Rat newspaper office, NY 1968 F
Radio Free Europe (American Cold War propaganda) F
Refugees, Palestinian, 1950s; 1970 F
Refugees, Hungarian, 1956 F
Rodeo, Navajo F
Russian Antarctic vessel visits South Africa, 1960 F
Sangomas, traditional healers, Zululand P/F
Schools, US, late ‘60s F
Selous Scouts, Rhodesian Civil War F
Shark’s teeth necklace, South Africa, 1960 F
Slade School, London, 1963 P
Slovakian cadets, pro-German, World War II F
South Africa, Soweto Uprising, 1976 F
South African labour battalion World War I F
Southern Rhodesia, Bushman paintings, visited by Danny Kaye, 1950s F
Space industry F
Spanish Civil War P/F
“Springboks”, South African servicemen World War II F
Starcross, hospice for babies with AIDS F
Star Trek, biography of William Shatner P/F
Striptease club, Soho, London, 1965 P/F
Summer holidays at seaside F
Steel bands, Trinidad F
Tanker, oil, on high seas, 1960s F
Taos, New Mexico, 1968 P/F
Theatre of the Absurd, NY, 1968 F
Tin-types, 1800s, extensive collection
Tito’s partisans, World War II F
Townships, South Africa P/F
Traditional healers, South Africa, Nigeria P/F
Transvestites, South Africa F
Tug-boats, 100 years old, sunk off South African coast F
UN soldiers in Sinai, 1960s F
Voodoo, Haiti 1957 P
Warships, various F
Water, pollution F
Water resources, South Africa P/F
Wine, serving of F
Workers, American, 1970 F
Wounded Knee, South Dakota, and AIM P/F
Yippies, late ‘Sixties, early ‘Seventies P/F
Yugoslav partisans, World War II F
Zanu, Zimbabwe resistance F
Zion Church, Soweto F
Zulus, from early 1900s P/F

Events & Places

Air disaster, Viscount BEA crashes in Manchester, 1950s F
Alabama prison vehicle, 1964 P
America’s Wonderlands, silent film, black & white, 1930s: Rocky Mountain, National Park, Colorado; Bear Lake; Cascade Falls; Taylor Peak; Yellowstone National Park; Old Faithful; Crater Lake, Oregan; Oregan’s coastline; Columbia River; Bryce Canyon, Utah; Grand Canyon, Arizona; Yosemite; El Capitan; sequoia trees; Monterey Peninsula; Midway Point; Bird Rock; Mt. Rainier; Niagara Falls
Alice’s Restaurant, making of film F
American Jews, historical P/F
Amman, Jordan, 1970 F
Anglo-Boer War F
Anti-nuclear movement, Europe, 1950s F
Arab-Israeli War F
Arizona, 1976 P
Aro, Nigeria, traditional healers F
Austria, floods, 1950s F
Bambata Rebellion, Zululand, 1906 P
Barbados, 1975 P
Bay of Pigs, Playa Giron invasion P
Beirut, American Embassy bombing, 1983 P
Belize, 1963 P/F
Beirut, Black September, 1970 F
Berlin, Reichstag re-built F
Berlin, sign Achtung! Sie verlassen West Berlin, 1950s F
Black Sea, 1990s P/F
Black September, Jordan, 1970 F
Borscht Belt, New York State P/F
Botswana, 1976 P/F
Britain, football pools, 1950s F
Brittany, folk music F
Burma, World War II F
California biker culture, 1974 F
California commune, 1974 F
Californian freeway, overhead, 1974 F
California Youth & Hippie culture, 1974 F
Carnaby St., London, 1966 P
Catskill Mountains, New York P/F
Central Park Bandshell, New York City, anti-war demonstration F
Chelsea, London, parade 1950s F
Chile, resistance to Pinochet F
China, World War II F
Crossroads, township, South Africa, burning of F
Cuba, Bay of Pigs invasion F
Cuba, ballet, 1964 P/F
Cuba, film industry P/F
Cuba, 1964, 1975 P/F
Cuba, Spanish-American War P/F
Czech Republic, 1999 P/F
Danube, 1990s P/F
Delaware River, USA, collision between vessels, 1950s F
District Six, Cape Town, South Africa, destruction of F
Dominican Republic, 1967 P
East Berlin, 1950s F
Eclipse of the sun, 1934 F
Egypt, 1930s/40s, 1962 P/F
Egypt, Valley of the Kings, 1962 F
Europe, 1930s F
Florence, Italy, 1970s F
Fourth of July celebrations, 1960s (Time of Our Lives) and 1970s (Seeger) F
Gaza, Israeli forces leave, 19 March 1957 F
German anti-“degenerates” propaganda, pre-WWII F
German navy visits Japan, World War II F
German forces on Russian front, World War II F
German history, World War I & II P/F
German newsreels, World War II F
Germany, children’s toys, 1950s F
Golden Gate Bridge, 1974 F
Grand Central Station Yip-In, 1968 F
Guinea, resistance to Portuguese rule, 1960s F
Gulf Islands, British Honduras F
Haiti, 1957, 1967 P
Harlem, 1964 P
Harrania, Egyptian village, 1962 P/F
Hollywood, 1940s and 1950s F
Hollywood hills, 1974 F
Hollywood sign, 1974 F
Hungarian newsreel, 1939 F
Hungarian refugees, 1956 F
Hungary, World War II and 1990s F
India, agriculture F
Israel, 1969 F
Italian war in Abyssinia F
Jamaica, 1964 P/F
Japan, German visit World War II; World War II; surrender after World War II P Japanese troops, World War II P
Jordan, 1950s P
Kariba Dam F
Lesotho P/F
Los Angeles, shot from helicopter F
Mabopane, South Africa F
Mauthausen Concentration Camp, Austria F
Mayesville, S. Carolina, 1964 P
Mexico, 1963 P
Mississippi State Penitentiary, 1964 P
Mississippi River flood, 1936 F
Moslem country, rioting, 1930s F
Mozambique, guerrilla war F
Newfoundland, 1975 P
Nigeria, 1974, 1982 P/F
Norway, World War II F
Nuremberg trials F
Oil tankers at sea, 1960s F
Outer space F
Palestine, West Bank P/F
Pearl Harbor bombing, 1941 F
Pine Ridge Reservation, South Dakota, USA, 1969 P/F
Philippines, American War of Annexation F
Poland, liberation of Lublin, World War II F
Pollution F
Rev. Duke’s church, Harlem P
Romanian oil lands, 1926 F
Rhodes, Cecil, tomb in Southern Rhodesia F
Rhodesian Civil War, 1976 P/F
Rhodesia, historical P
Romania, 1999 P/F
Russo-German pact F
San Francisco trolleys, 1974 F
Serbia, 1999 P/F
Sharpeville Massacre F
Sharpeville Massacre described by Michael Zondo F
Sierra Leone, 1974 P
Sinai, UN peace-keepers, 1950s F
Singapore, memorial to World War II dead F
Slovakia, 1999 P/F
Sophiatown, before and during destruction F
South Africa, apartheid P/F
South Africa, baptism F
South Africa, District Six F
South Africa, ethnic groups F
South Africa, history P/F
South Africa, holidays, 1950s F
South Africa, hospital, 1970s P/F
South Africa, military F
South Africa, mining history P/F
South Africa, nature, animals, views P/F
South Africa, nuclear industry P/F
South Africa, police F
South Africa, space tracking station F
South Africa, World War II F
Soweto, views, and uprising 1976 P/F
Spanish-American War P/F
Spanish Civil War F
Suez attack, 1956 F
Sumter, S. Carolina, 1964 P
Swaziland, 1974 P/F
Tanzania, 1978 P/F
Temple Shalom Centre, Johannesburg, opening 1950s F
Thames estuary, raising of submarine Truculent, 195 F
Tonypandy, Wales, 1966 P
Transkei, South Africa, 1985 P/F
Travelogues, South African P
Trinidad, steel bands P
Ukraine, 1943; 1990s P
Valley of the Kings, Egypt, 1962 P/F
Victoria Falls, 1950s F
Victorian England P
Victory over Japan celebration, USA F
Vienna, 4-power occupation, 1940s F
Vietnam War, North Vietnamese film F
Voortrekker Monument, South Africa P/F
West Bank Jewish settlements P/F
“Witch”, California, circa 1974 F
Wounded Knee, South Dakota, USA, 1973 P
World War I combat F
World War I, black South African labour battalion in France F
Yugoslavia, partisans World War II F
Zimbabwe, historical and 1990s P/F
Zululand, South Africa, historical and contemporary P/F

Sports

ABC’s World of Sport F
Barrel jump, 1950s F
Boxing: Clay-Patterson fight F
Boxing championship, South Africa, 1934 (?) F
Boxing, police championships, Pretoria, South Africa, 1960 F
Bowling, South Africa, 1960 (?); Rhodesia, 1976 F
Bull-fighting, Spain, 1930s F
Fencing, women’s, UK 1950S F
Fitness programme: The Time of Our Lives F
Fitness diet: The Time of Our Lives F
Football, Wolverhampton v. Barcelona, 1960 (?) F
Football, South African mine, 1976 F
Fox Hunting, UK F Golfers, women, South Africa 195 F
Hockey, women’s international, UK, 1950s F
Log-rolling, USA, 1950s F
Marylebone Cricket Club leaves South Africa F
Mohammed Ali introduces sports programme of barrel-jumping F
Olympics, Berlin, 1936 F
Rugby, Wales v. Ireland, 1950s F
Rugby, England v. Scotland, 1957 (?) F
Sports parade, Johannesburg, South Africa, 1960 F

Commercials

All-state Insurance
Car commercials, 1950s
Cigarette commercials, 1950s
Groom & Clean hair cream
Prince Albert tobacco
Reagan, Ronald, cigarette commercials
Trailers for TV dramas

Videos, previews, stock footage, and photos from the collection are available in different formats from Villon Films.