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Source:   William Philip Schreiner.


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Four men who have figured in the South African imbroglio. Sir Alfred Milner, British High Commissioner in South Africa, who conducted the negotiations with President Krüger prior to the war ; Lieutenant Winston Chruchill, son of Lady Randolph Churchill, captured by the Boers near Estcourt, Natal, on November 15 ; W.P. Schreiner. Premier of Cape Colony, leader of the Afrikaner Party, and brother of Olive Schreiner, the novelist ; Dr. Leyds, the young Hollander who has been acting as President Krüger's diplomatic representative in Europe / from photographs by Elliott & Fry, London.

Image ID: 3905238

Four men who have figured in the South African imbroglio. Sir Alfred Milner, British High Commissioner in South Africa, ...

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:  Four men who have figured in the South African imbroglio. Sir Alfred Milner, British High Commissioner in South Africa, who conducted the negotiations with President Krüger prior to the war ; Lieutenant Winston Chruchill, son of Lady Randolph Churchill, captured by the Boers near Estcourt, Natal, on November 15 ; W.P. Schreiner. Premier of Cape Colony, leader of the Afrikaner Party, and brother of Olive Schreiner, the novelist ; Dr. Leyds, the young Hollander who has been acting as President Krüger's diplomatic representative in Europe / from photographs by Elliott & Fry, London.

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: Print Collection portrait file. / S / William Philip Schreiner.

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: Stephen A. Schwarzman Building / Print Collection, Miriam and Ira D. Wallach Division of Art, Prints and Photographs

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: 3905238

Record ID

: 1962637

Digital Item Published

: 8-29-2011; updated 1-24-2012

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