- KC Africana Library
- WC Furniture and Pictures
- Mashu Museum
- Projects and Events
- Killie Campbell Memorial Lectures (2013)
- Jeff Guy's Projects
- Muckleneuk Tours
- Staff Contact List
The Campbell Collections are housed in a neo-Cape Dutch style house, Muckleneuk, formerly the home of Natal sugar farmer and politician Sir Marshall Campbell (1848 - 1917). The Campbell Collections were established by Marshall's son William (1880 - 1962) and his daughter Killie Campbell (1881 - 1965). Killie Campbell, a well known africana collector, lived in Muckleneuk until her death in 1965 when her collections were bequeathed to the University of Natal.
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Campbell Collections holds major resources for research into the history and culture of southern Africa and KwaZulu-Natal.
The Collections comprise of: