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DM1999072319:SAED:POLITICS:PERSONALITY:APR1964 - Chief Albert Luthuli, former President General of the African National Congress, Rector of Glasgow University and 1960 Nobel Peace Prize winner - Gagged by the Government from having any of his words published in this country, confined to small area around his home near Stanger in Natal. (Photograph Ranjith Kally � Baileys Archive) rural © Baileys African History Archive

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Image Number: APN113610
Caption: DM1999072319:SAED:POLITICS:PERSONALITY:APR1964 - Chief Albert Luthuli, former President General of the African National Congress, Rector of Glasgow University and 1960 Nobel Peace Prize winner - Gagged by the Government from having any of his words published in this country, confined to small area around his home near Stanger in Natal. (Photograph Ranjith Kally � Baileys Archive) rural
City: Stanger
Province: KwaZulu Natal
Country: South Africa
Dimensions: 3661 x 5593 px
DPI: 118.1102
Orientation: portrait
File Type: image
Model Release: MR-NON
Property Release: PR-NON
Keywords: Drum Magazine, April, South Africa, Africa, South African history, black and white image, vertical, 1964, 1960s, Chief Albert Luthuli, black African man,
Credit: Drum Social Histories / Baileys African History Archive / Africa Media Online
Credit: 2008-02-15T20:28:49