Church Street, Wynberg, Cape Town
Church Street, Wynberg, showing the Dutch Reformed Church up the road, on Carr's Hill. Nowadays, photographs of the street would include the Wynberg magistrate's court , at right, and Maynardville Park at left.
Fruit Vendors in Cape Town
The curious mingling of races in Capetown gives the city a tone unlike that of any city in the world. Years of traffic between whites and blacks has produced a composite race composed of strains from the original Bushmen inhabitants, the intruding Bantu peoples from the north, and Malayans originally brought to the Cape as slaves by the Dutch East India Company. These people, known as the "Cape Colored", contrast sharply with the ultra-modern Anglo-Saxon appearance of the South African…