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Jake Tuli Family
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Branded_id BHA0009_11
Model Release MR-NON
Title Jake Tuli Family
Collections Baileys African History Archive
Credit Line Drum Social Histories / Baileys African History Archive / Africa Media Online
Keywords South Africa, Drum Magazine, Boxing, Jake Tuli, Boxer, June 1954, June, 1954, Jake Tuli's family, Jake Tuli's son, Veronica, England, house, Drum Photographer, pushing pram, pram,
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Browse_path Bailey's African History Archive/Drum Social Histories
Subcollections Drum Social Histories
Creation_date 2008-05-23T16:32:30
Media Id 69_313
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Ingestion_path's African History Archive/Drum Social Histories
Description JUNE 1954 ÔWEÕRE COMING, DADDY!Ó - NEG 389. SAED:BOXING:PERSONALITY:DRUM JUNE 1954 ÔWeÕre coming, Daddy!Ó- Jake TuliÕs family prepares to join him in the house heÕs bought in England! DonÕt think IÕm sissy because IÕm pushing Jepu-thatÕs my sister VeronicaÕs pram. The photograph was all a mistake and me being naughty! Me IÕm the terrificest little boyo in South Africa. IÕm Jake NtuliÕs little bit. That is why, IÕm a bit annoyed with Jake, though heÕs my proud father. He left us too long ago. Me and my bigger sister Veronica and Mummy. November last year, when he writes a letter he says: ÔLove and kisses to you and the kids.ÕÕ We told mummy to tell Daddy to quit this business of sending us his love and kisses by air mail. We want him in person. When your Dad writes and says heÕs bought you a house in England, man, thatÕs a deal. You forgive him right away. So folks, weÕre off to England. (Photograph by Drum Photographer ©Baileys Archives) NEG 389 FRAME 17
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