The film is of a manuscript (as yet unpublished) written by Barker on his departure from South Africa, which described his work at the hospital and the particular medical and sociological problems he encountered among his patients, as well as facets of Zulu life and culture. He now works in a hospital in South London.
`A remarkable people: the Zulus, a century after the English war of 1879' (Microfilm)
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- ReferenceGB 193 CSAS Micro 4
- Dates of Creation1976
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- Physical Description1 reel
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Administrative / Biographical History
Dr. Barker ran a famous mission hospital in Nqutu, KwaZulu, from the 1940s to 1973 when it was taken over by the state.
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Anthony Barker's permission must be obtained before quotation in any publication.
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