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Collection Index:SMUTS, General Jan Christiaan, letters, 1902-1950
Collection Name:Letters to Smuts, 1902-1950
A1337                           
LETTERS TO SMUTS, 1902-1950 
                                 
 
    Copyright 2015, Historical Papers Research Archive, University of the Witwatersrand, Johannesburg, South Africa 
     
     
    The collection consists of photo copies of the correspondence relating to the personal library of General J.C. Smuts, dating from 1902 to 1950. The photo copies were deposited at Historical Papers in 1981 by Mrs J.A. Kalley, Jan Smuts House Library. 
     
    The inventory with the listing of 530 letters, was first published as part of the SA Institute of International Affairs as part of their “Bibliographical Series” on behalf of the Smuts Memorial Trust. Compiled by Jacqueline A. Kalley, Elna Schoeman and Joy Willers. Introduction by Noel G. Carson 
     
    Please note: Some copies of the listed 530 letters are missing in this collection, and have been marked accordingly in the inventory.  
     
     
    CORRESPONDENCE 
     
1902 Aug 2  SMUTS, Jan Christian, Pretoria. To: T.L. Graham, Attorney General, Cape Town. 
    Requests that the "rebels" be treated as leniently as possible; reviews the post Anglo-Boer War political scene. 
    T.L. 4pp. Certified copy. Frayed. 
1903 Mar 10  BRICE, Seward, Johannesburg. To: Jan Christian Smuts.  
    The author sends his book to Smuts together with an explanatory note. 
    A.L.S. 2pp. Envelope attached. 
    Found in: BRICE, Seward. 
    The law especially relating to tramways and light railways. (S.829) 
1908 Mar 18  LEACOCK, Stephen, Montreal. To: Jan Christian Smuts, Pretoria. 
    Sends a book he wrote as part of the "makers of Canada" series; he also includes a Governmental Report on the Asiatic Question by W.L. Mackenzie King which he discussed with Smuts un a recent visit to South Africa; not attached. A.L.S. 3pp. 
    Found in: LEACOCK, Stephen. 
    Baldwin, Lafontaine, Hincks: responsible government. (S.2098) 
1908 June 6  VAN SCHALKWYK, J., London. To: Jan Christian Smuts.  
    The writer explains why he chooses to continue his medical studies rather than change to a veterinary course, as suggested by both Smuts and Louis Botha, who support him. 
    A.L.S. 4pp. 
    Letter in Dutch. 
    Found in: LOWELL, Abbott Lawrence. 
    Governments and parties in continental Europe. (E.1297) 
1911 Mar 11  WOLSTENHOLMZ, H.I., Cambridge. To: Jan Christian Smuts. 
    The writer lists the titles of twelve books he intends sending Smuts. 
    A.L.S. 4pp. 
    Found: on a shelf. 
1915 21 Sep  PRELLER, Gustav, Pretoria. To: Jan Christian Smuts. 
    Forwards two copies of the Kolbe-brochure; not attached. 
    A.L.S. 1p. 
    Letter in Dutch. 
1917 Jan 3  STEED, Henry Wickham, London. To: Jan Christian Smuts. (MISSING) 
    Refers to the peace after the war and the disintegration of the Austrian Empire.  
    T.L.S. 1p. Found in: STEED, Henry Wickham. What is Austria? (E.1655)  
1917 Jan 25  BEATON, A.J., Johannesburg. To: Jan Christian Smuts, Irene. 
    The writer welcomes Smuts home from a campaign in Carman East Africa; encloses a booklet recording the work done by the South African Engineering Corps. A.L.S. 1p. 
    Found in: BEATON, A.J. 
    Railway construction during the campaign of 1914-15 in German South West Africa. (E.2231) 
1917 May 31  INGRAM, Arthur Foley Winnington, Bp., Fulham Palace, London. To: Jan Christian Smuts. 
    Expresses admiration for Smuts' speeches; invites him to Fulham Palace; encloses his Easter sermon. 
    T.L.S. 1p. Found in: INGRAM, Arthur Foley Winnington, Easter, the victory of freedom. (E.1351) 
10  1917 June 17  NICHOL, F., Pretoria. To: Mrs Smuts, Irene.  
    Sends Mrs Smuts a copy of The Milgate Monthly, which contains an article on Generals Smuts and Botha. 
    A.L.S. 1p. Found in: The Milgate Monthly, vol. 12, no. 139, April 1917. 
11  1917 June 29  DICEY, Albert Venn, Oxford. To: Jan Christian Smuts. 
    The author sends his book; draws similarities between their ideas on the British Commonwealth, and the question of unity between England and the Dominions; stresses the value of a common hereditary head rather than a shared parliament. 
    A.L.S. 2pp. Encloses no. 12, 13. 
    Found in: DICEY, Albert Venn. Introduction to the study of the law of the constitution. (S.320) 
12  1917 July 3  SMUTS, Jan Christian. To: Albert Venn Dicey. 
    A note of thanks from Smuts for a book sent by Dicey on the law of the constitution. 
    T.L. 1p. Copy. Enclosed in no. 11. 
    Found in: DICEY, Albert Venn. Introduction to the study of the law of the constitution. (S.320) 
13  1917 July 4  DICEY, Albert Venn, Oxford. To: Jan Christian Smuts. 
    Thanks Smuts for his letter; further discusses the relationship between England and the Dominions; sends Smuts his last edition of Law and opinion. 
    T.L.S. 2pp. Enclosed in no. 11. 
    Found in: DICEY, Albert Venn. 
    Introduction to the study of the law of the constitution. (S.320) 
14  1917 July 12  COURTNEY, K., London. To: Jan Christian Smuts. 
    Letter forwarding Lord Courtney's speech in the House of Lords; attached, 4pp. 
    A.L.S. 2pp. 
    Difficult handwriting. 
15  1917 Sept 22  WEIZHANN, Chaim, Kensington, London. To: Jan Christian Smuts, London. 
    The writer thanks Smuts for an interview; he sends a book on the proposed national home for the Jews in Palestine. 
    A.L.S. 2pp. 
    Found in: SACHER, H., ed. Zionism and the Jewish future. (S.992) 
16  1917 Oct 5  JACOBS, Aaron Jonah, Bristol. To: Jan Christian Smuts, London.  
    Book sent together with the author's compliments. A.L.S. 1p. Encloses no. 19. Found in: JACOBS, Aaron Jonah. 
    Neutrality versus justice. (E.895) 
17  1918 Apr 13  AMERY, Leopold Charles Maurice Stennett, Office of the liar Cabinet, London. To: Jan Christian Smuts, London. 
    The writer encloses an address by Mr. Murray Clark of the Royal Canadian Institute, in which Clark refers to a statement made by Smuts. 
    T.L.S. 1p. Found in: CLARK, John Murray. 
    The reign of law. (S.1066) 
18  1918 Apr 18  PHILLIPS, E.A.W., Hove. To: Jan Christian Smuts.  
    Writer analyses salient points of his book on constitutional reform in Britain; enlarges on the idea of the establishment of an Imperial Federation developing into a League of Nations. A.L.S. 5pp. 
    Found in: PHILLIPS, E.A.W. 
    Democratic constitutional reform. (S.2107) 
19  1918 May 6  JACOBS, Aaron Jonah, Bristol. To: Jan Christian 2E Smuts. 
    The author sends another copy of his book together with the draft of an agreement for mutual defence, covering the proposals outlined in the book; attached; he includes fourteen newspaper comments on his book on a typed sheet; attached; a self-addressed envelope also attached. 
    A.L.S. 2pp. Enclosed in no. 16, 2 
    Found in: JACOBS, Aaron Jonah. 
    Neutrality versus justice: an essay on international relations. (E.895) 
20  1918 Oct 30  HOBBS, Mark, London. To: Jan Christian Smuts.  
    Sends Smuts a journal which devotes an article to Hobbs' work. A.L.S. 2pp. 
21  1918 Dec 16  BRIGS, Lawrence, Office of the War Cabinet, London. To: Jan Christian Smuts. 
    The writer presents a book to Smuts. A.L.S. 1p. 
    Found in: ESHER, Lionel Gordon Baliol Brett. After the war. (E.1535) 
22  1918 Dec 27  READING, [-], Office of the War Cabinet, London. To: Jan Christian Smuts. 
    The writer sends Smuts a book, together with wishes for better health. A.L.S. 1p. 
23  1919 Feb 11  AMERY, Leopold Charles Maurice Stennett, Downing Street, London. To: Jan Christian Smuts.  
    Sends Smuts a copy of his speech. 
    T.L.S. 1p. Found in: AMERY, Leopold Charles Maurice Stennett. The constitutional development of South Africa. (E.2149) 
24  1919 Feb 26  THOMSON, F.W., British Delegation, Paris. To: F.C. Lane, Paris. 
    Introduces Lieutenant H.E. Hyde, a New Zealander interested in the League of Nations; on his behalf Thomson asks Lane to arrange an interview with Smuts. 
    T.L.S. 1p. 
    Envelope attached. 
    Found: on a shelf. 
25  1919 Mar 6  LANE, F.C. London. To: Mrs Smuts, Irene.  
    Sends Mrs Smuts a copy of Smuts' book translated in: Dutch and some press cuttings; discusses Smuts' health and that of General and Mrs Botha; briefly refers to demobilisation problems and the need for Smuts to return to South Africa; mentions Hare who lost his wife after returning from Canada where he trained Royal Air Force pilots; urges her to join Smuts in England. 
    T.L.S. 2pp. 
    Found in: SMUTS, Jan Christian. 
    De Volkerenbond: een practisch voorstel.(l 
26  1919 Nov 14  [?], Government House, Pretoria. To: Jan Christian Smuts. 
    The writer corrects a sentence in a memorandum concerning the Peace Treaty and Mandates question; memorandum attached. 
    A.L.S. 3pp. 
    Signature illegible. 
27  1919 Nov 29  [?], Government House, Pretoria. To: Jan Christian Smuts. 
    The writer suggests some additions to a memorandum concerning the Monroe Doctrine. 
    T.L.S. 2pp. Encloses no. 28. 
    Signature illegible. 
28  1919 Dec 1  [?], Government House, Pretoria. To: Jan Christian Smuts, Irene. 
    The writer encloses a letter he had previously written to Smuts. 
    A.L.S. 2pp. Enclosed in no. 27. 
    Signature illegible. 
29  1919 Dec 1  HAZLERIGG, G., Governor-General's Office, Pretoria. To: [-] Brebner. 
    Encloses a copy of a cable, dated 29th November 1919, to the Secretary of State for the Colonies sent by Buxton, the Governor-General, at Smuts' request dealing with the League of Nations; telegram attached; (rayed; also attaches a press cutting containing a letter to the editor of the The Times by Lord Grey of Falladon on America's attitude towards the League of Nations; cutting frayed. T.L.S. 1p. 
30  1919 Dec 8  KEYNES, John Maynard, Cambridge. To: Jan Christian Smuts. 
    Sends Smuts an advance copy of his book. A.L.S. 1p. 
    Found in: KEYNES, John Maynard. The economic consequences of the peace. (8.448) 
31  1919 Dec 23  [?] Secretary, Office of the High Commissioner for the Union of South Africa, Westminster, London. To: the Secretary to the Prime Minister. 
    Acknowledges receipt of a letter, dated the 21st November 1919; forwards a copy of Butler's book; also encloses a clipping from the Daily Telegraph of the 8th December 1919, reviewing the book. T.L.S. 1p. 
    Signature illegible. 
    Found in: BUTLER, Sir Geoffrey. 
    A handbook to the League of Nations. (E.833) 
32  1920 Jan 16  LEAF, E.M., The Fight the Famine Council for Economic Reconstruction, London. To: Jan Christian Smuts. 
    Sends a report on the work of the Council, 1919 - 1920; emphasises economic questions with which the Council is involved; expresses the wish that Smuts be prevailed upon to speak on the reconstruction of Europe and that the people of South Africa would support the work of the Council. 
    A.L.S. 2pp. 
    Found in: INTERNATIONAL ECONOMIC CONFERENCE, Westminster, 1920. 
    The need of Europe: its economic reconstruction. (E.224) 
33  1920 17 Nov  WARD, James, Cambridge. To: Jan Christian Smuts. 
    Alludes to the correspondence between Smuts and Wolstenholme which had been presented to him by Wolstenholme's sister; refers to his book: The realm of ends: or pluralism and theism; likens his standpoint to that of Kant and refers to the attitudes. both Wolstenholme and Smuts towards the book; sends offprints of replies to criticism, including reply to Bertrand Russell; offers to keep Smuts abreast of philosophical thought in Europe. 
    A.L.S. 4pp. 
    Found in: WARD, James. 
    The realm of ends: or pluralism s theism. (S.1968) 
34  1921 Jan 19  ROWE, L.S., Philadelphia. To: Jan Christian Smuts, Irene. (MISSING) 
    Requests Smuts to write an article on the Lea of Nations to be published by the American Academy Political and Social Science, of which Rowe is the President. 
    T.L.S. 2pp. 
35  1921 Jan 31  WILLIAMS, W.L., Honorary Secretary of the League of the Friends of Korea in the United Kingdom, Tokyo: To: Jan Christian Smuts. 
    Deals with the implications of Japanese rule Korea and the formation of the said League; requests Smuts' aid in bringing the matter before the League Nations; attaches a reprint from the Asiatic review January 1921, entitled: The problem of Korea by F.A McKenzie; 7pp. 
    A.L.S. 3pp. 
    Found in: GRAVES, Joseph Waddington. 
    The renaissance of Korea. (E.558) 
36  1921 Mar 8  C., Tom, Ireland. To: Jan Christian Smuts.  
    Sends Smuts a book and thirty-two newspaper c on the Irish question; describes the shooting of in Cork; comments on the hardening of British attitude towards reprisals in Ireland. 
    A.L.S. 2pp. 
    Found in: LOCKINGTON, William J. 
    The soul of Ireland. (E.378) 
37  1921 Mar 20  [C.], Tom, Dublin. To: Jan Christian Smuts.  
    The writer sends Smuts two books on Ireland; he discusses examples of atrocities committed of which he had personal knowledge; he includes a synopsis of a speech by Colonel Wallace delivered at Belfast on the 12th July 1911; two newspaper clippings on the situation in Ireland attached. 
    A.L.S. 4pp. 
    Found in: MARTIN, Hugh. 
    Ireland in insurrection. (E.748) 
38  1921 June 23  VISSERING, Gerard, Amsterdam. To: Jan Christian Smuts, London. 
    Copy of an annual review delivered by the author sent together with an explanatory letter of his opinions on monetary and banking matters; compares the position of the Dutch gulden to the South African pound. 
    T.L.S. 4pp. 
    Letter in Dutch. 
    Found in: VISSERING, Gerard. 
    Muntwezen en circulatie-banken in Nederlandsch-Indië. (S.515) 
39  1921 Aug 2  SMUTS, Jan Christian. To: Professor Pollard, Bloomsbury, London. 
    Thanks him for his article on the Dominions. 
    T.L. 1p. Copy. 
    Found in: History. New series, vol. 6, no. 22, 1921. (E.484) 
40  1921 Aug 21  [?], Freetown, Sierra Leone. To: Jan Christian Smuts, Sierra Leone. 
    While on a visit to Sierra Leone, Smuts is presented with a book on the activities of the Elder Dempster Fleet during the war; mentions a photograph of General Botha. 
    A.L.S. 2pp. 
    Signature illegible. 
    Found in: The Elder Dempster Fleet. 
41  1921 Dec 8  ADAMSON, John Ernest, Transvaal Education Department, Pretoria. To: Jan Christian Smuts. 
    The writer, former Director of Education in Lord :Milner's government and then under Smuts as Minister of Education, sends him a copy of his thesis. 
    A.L.S. 2pp. 
    Found in: ADAMSON, John Ernest. 
    The individual and the environment: some aspects of the theory of education as adjustment. (S.526) 
42  1921 Dec 30  DU TOIT, P.J., Department of Agriculture, Pretoria 4 To: Jan Christian Smuts. 
    Sends Smuts a book of which he is a joint a written during the war in Germany, on tropical diseases afflicting domestic animals; expresses admiration for Sir Arnold Theiler who in his opinion has made a great contribution to science in South Africa. 
    A.L.S. 3pp. 
    Letter in Afrikaans, frayed. 
    Found in: DU TOIT, P.J. and KNUTH, Paul. Tropen-krankheiten der Haustiere. (S.1369) 
43  1922 Sept 18  COOLIDGE, Archibald Cary, Now York. To: Jan Christ Smuts, Pretoria. 
    Recalls meeting Smuts; as editor of the new: founded Foreign affairs, he requests Smuts to writ an article on South Africa and its position in cit world; includes contents page and envelope; encloses a letter from Kerr. 
    T.L.S. 2pp. Encloses no. 44. 
    Found in: Foreign affairs: an American Quarterly review, 15 Juno 1923. (E.866) 
44  1922 Sept 18  KERR, Philip H., Library of Harvard University, Massachusetts. To: Jan Christian Smuts, Pretoria. 
    Urges Smuts to write an article for Foreign affairs, which aims to inform the American public much the same way as the Round table has done for the people of the British Commonwealth; discusses the role of the United States in international affairs. 
    T.L.S. 1p. Enclosed in no. 43. 
    Found in: Foreign affairs: an American Quarterly review, 15 June 1923. (E.866) 
45  1922 Sept 21  ROBINSON, J.C., England. To: Jan Christian Smuts.  
    Sends a book which he regards as "the most comprehensive summary of African native and missionary matters that I have ever read"; expresses admiration for Smuts. 
    A.L.S. 1p. Found in: K.M., Hermann Karl Wilhelm. 
    Khont-hon-nofer: the lands of Ethics (E.1356) 
46  1973 Feb 7  EDDY, George Simpson, New York. To: Jan Christian Smuts, Irene. 
    Sends a book containing a reprint of an essay written by a former galley-slave, Cargaz, and original printed by Benjamin Franklin, in 1782. 
    T.L.S. 1p. 
    Found in: GARGAZ, Pierre Andre. 
    A project of universal and perpetual peace. (E.987) 
47  1923 May 21  LAW, Bonar, Secretary of State for the Colonies, Devonshire. To: the Governor-General, Cape Town. 
    Tenders his resignation; information to be forwarded to Smuts. 
    Telegram. 1p. 
    Found in: STEPHEN, Karin. 
    The misuses of the mind: a study of Bergson's attack on intellectualism. (S.1936) 
48,  1923 Nov 8  WEIZMANN, Chaim, The Zionist Organisation, London. To: Jan Christian Smuts, Strand, London. 
    Copy of a book sent together with a complimentary note. 
    T.L.S. 1p. 
    Found in: SIMON, Loon and SKIN, Leonard. 
    Awakening Palestine. (S.996) 
49  1923 Dec 11  CLEGG, W.H., Governor, South African Reserve Bank, Pretoria. To: Sir Henry Strakosh, London. 
    Explains the nature of exchange problems in South Africa, as well as the monetary and trade situation. 
    T.L. 4pp. Copy. Enclosed in no. 62. 
50  1923 Dec 15  CLEGG, W.H., Pretoria. To: Montague Norman, Governor, Bank of England, London. 
    Expresses doubt on the recommendations of the Inter Imperial Exchange Committee. 
    Telegram. 1p. Copy. Enclosed in no.62. 
51  1923 Dec 19  CLEGG, W.H., Pretoria. To: Montague Norman, London. Queries the recommendations of the inter Imperial Exchange Committee. 
    T.L. 3pp. Copy. Enclosed in no. 62. 
52  1923 Dec 22  NORMAN, Montague. To: W.H. Clegg, Pretoria.  
    Clarifies the recommendations made by the Inter Imperial Exchange Committee, which suggests reversion to an effective gold standard. 
    Telegram. 1p. Copy. Enclosed in no. 62. 
53  1923 Dec 24  CLEGG, W.H., Pretoria. To: Montague Norman, London. 
    Clegg maintains that the explanation given by Norman on exchange difficulties has not clarified the position. 
    Telegram. 1p. Copy. Enclosed in no. 62. 
54  1923 Dec 27  NORMAN, Montague, London. To: W.H. Clegg, Pretoria.  
    Refers Clegg's cable to Strakosh and Niemeyer. 
    Telegram. 1p. Copy. Enclosed in no. 62. 
55  1924 Jan 4  NORMAN, Montague, London. To: W.H. Clegg, Pretoria.  
    Strakosh and Niemeyer's reply to previous telegrams clarifying their recommendations pending the restoration of an effective gold standard in Britain. 
    Telegram. 2pp. Copy. Enclosed in no. 62. 
56  1924 Jan 7  CLEGG, W.H., Pretoria. To: Montague Norman, London. 
    Argues that it is not correct to say that financial recommendations of the Inter Imperial Exchange Committee are to South Africa's advantage. 
    T.L. 4pp. Copy. Enclosed in no. 62. 
57  1924 Jan 9  NORMAN, Montague, London. To: W.H. Clegg, Pretoria. 
    Explains that the Inter Imperial Exchange Committee had no intention of forcing South Africa to adopt the sterling exchange standard. 
    T.L. 4pp. Copy. Enclosed in no. 62. 
58  1924 Jan 9  STRAKOSH, Sir Henry, London. To: W.H. Clegg, Pretoria. 
    An historical analysis of the South African currency situation. 
    T.L. 10pp. Copy. Enclosed in no. 62. 
59  1924 Jan 23  WALTON, Sir Edgar. (MISSING) 
    Extract from a letter; attaches the report of a speech by F.C. Goodenough of Barclays Bank. LI. 1p. Encloses no. 60.  
60  1924 Feb 5  WALTON, Sir Edgar. To: LW.H. Clegg, Pretoria. (MISSING) 
    Extract from a letter; includes J. Beaumont Pease's speech advocating a return to the gold standard. 
    DI. 1p. Enclosed in no. 59. 
61  1924 Feb 8  CLEGG, W.H., Pretoria. To: Sir Henry Strakosh, London.  
    Argues that until the Union Government has decided on their economic policy, parity in exchange rates between London and South Africa must be maintained where possible. 
    T.L. 5pp. Copy. Enclosed in no. 62. 
62  1924 Feb 13  CLEGG, W.H., Pretoria. To: F.L. Lane, Cape Town.  
    In response to a letter from Lane, the writer sends correspondence between himself, Montague Norman and Sir Henry Strakosh; he also attaches newspaper clippings of speeches by F.C. Goodenough of Barclays Bank, J.B. Pease of Lloyds Bank, McKenna of Midlands Bank, W. Leaf of Westminster Bank and an article on Gold in 1923 in The Nation and the Athenaewn, 2 February 1924; mentions the draft of a Bill for Co-operative Credit Societies drawn up by Herold. 
    T.L.S. 1p. Encloses nos. 49-61. 
63  1924 May 3  LAENTZ, H.A., Pretoria. To: Jan Christian Smuts.  
    Forwards a copy of a pamphlet compiled by the Dutch Minister of Finance. 
    A.L.S. 2pp. 
    Letter in Dutch. 
    Found in: COLLIN, H. 
    De economische toestand van Nederland. 
64  1925 July 27  HOERNLE, Reinhold Friedrich Alfred, University of the Witwatersrand, Johannesburg. To: Jan Christian Smuts. 
    Sends Smuts a copy of his book; he thanks him for an address delivered at Oudtshoorn; discusses opportunities for scientific research in South Africa; mentions specifically psychology and social anthropology. 
    A.L.S. 2pp. 
    Found in: HOERNLE, Reinhold Friedrich Alfred. 
    Idealism as a philosophical doctrine. (S.1728) 
65  1925 Aug 25  SCHILTZ, E., Johannesburg. To: Jan Christian Smuts, Irene. 
    Advises Smuts of the sale of his Bushman and pre-Bushman palaeontological collection; describes some of the specimens. 
    A.L.S. 2pp. 
    Postcard. 
66  1927 Jan 20  JACOBS, Pieter, F.D., Kenilworth, Johannesburg. To: Jan Christian Smuts, Pretoria. 
    Refers to the increasing number of foreigners being engaged as bank employees in preference to South Africans; he asks Smuts to investigate. 
    A.L.S. 2pp. 
    Found in: NEL, Gabriel Daniel. 
    Die ontstaan en ontwikkeling van beesboerdery in Suid Afrika on in besonderheid van die friesveefakkery. (E.I768) 
67  1928 Mar 20  KERR, Philip H., London. To: Jan Christian Smuts, House of Assembly, Cape Town. 
    The writer encloses a reprint of an article dealing with the Geneva Naval Conference; discusses the Anglo-American naval issue; mentions the proposed Imperial Conference of 1929 as an initial step towards a solution to the problem; feels that South Africa should participate in the issue; expounds on his thoughts concerning war. 
    T.L.S. 2pp. 
    Found in: pamphlet: The NAVAL problem. 
68  1928 Apr 4  BROOKES, Edgar H., Transvaal University College, Pretoria. To: Jan Christian Smuts, Cape Town. 
    Presents Smuts with a pamphlet written after hearing his speech on Armistice Night, 1925; he requests a personal interview to discuss matters pertaining to the League of Nations. 
    A.L.S. 2pp. 
    Found in: pamphlet: BROOKES, Edgar H. 
    What is wrong with the League of Nations? (E.831) 
69  1928 Apr 19  CONGER, George P. University of Minnesota, Minneapolis To: Jan Christian Smuts. 
    Sends an article in which he attempts an extensity to the principle of Holism; discusses the thoughts of Koehler. And Wertheimer of the Berlin University, who do not confine themselves solely to the Gestalt Psychology. but. base their philosophy courses on the Gestalt principle. Mentions Professor Wheeler of Harvard, O.L. Reiser of Pittsburgh University and Professor Boodin. 
    A.L.S. 2pp., 
    Found in: CONGER, George P. 
    A hypothesis of realms. (E.1220) 
70  1928 June 20  DREWS; W.H.E., Arcadia, Pretoria. To: Jan Christian Smuts, Irene. 
    Requests Smuts to bring atrocities committed by the French, in the Rhineland to the attention of Downing Street. 
    T.L.S. 2pp. 
    Found in: pamphlet: MEHRMANN,.Kar L 
    Vor dem Schlusskampf um die Rheinland-raumung. (E.702) 
71  1929 Feb 7  [?], Oxford. To: Jan Christian Smuts.  
    Sends his yet unpublished poem for criticism. A.L.S. 3pp. 
    Signature illegible. 
    Found on desk in Smuts' study. 
72  1929 Apr 10  HEARD, Gerald, London... To: Jan. Christian Smuts.  
    As literary editor of the Realist, he sends Smuts a copy of the new journal; asks Smuts for a contributory essay; attaches a publisher's announcement, which also contains a list of the Editorial Board members, several of whom are known to Smuts. 
    A.L.S. 2pp. 
    Found in: Realist: a journal of scientific humanise, vol. 1, no. 1, 1929. (E.345) 
73  1929 June 26.  CARR, Herbert Wildon, The.Athenaeum, London.. To: Jan Christian Smuts. 
    The writer encloses his. contribution. to the discussion on The nature of life, after receiving copies of papers on the topic by Smuts and J.S. Haldon paper attached; 9pp. 
    A.L.S. 1p. 
74  1929 July 18  BOTHA, Colin Graham, Archives. Department, House of Parliament, Cape Town. To: Jan Christian Smuts. 
    Book, sent together with a complimentary note, 
    A.L.S. 1.p. 
    Found in: BOTHA, Colin Graham. 
    The public archives of South Africa: 1652-1910. (8.1949) 
75  1929 July 20  HOERNLE Reinhold Friedrich Alfred, Rondebosch. To: Jan Christian Smuts. 
    Praises Smuts' opening address on Holism to be delivered at a forthcoming symposium; suggests two amendments needed to clarify the text. 
    A.L.S. 5pp. 
76  1929 July 29  WILD, R., Johannesburg. To: Jan Christian Smuts.  
    Sends his book on magnets and magnetism; refers to his paper on gravity and to his further study on the relationship of magnetism and gravity. 
    T.L.S. 1p. 
    Found in: WILD, R. 
    Gravity. 
77  1929 Sept 20  [?], Vredes- en Volkenbondstentoonstelling 1929, The Hague. To: Jan Christian Smuts, Cape Town. 
    Thanks Smuts for his portrait; requests mementoes from the Paris Peace Conference which could be displayed at the exhibition of the Vereeniging Voor Volkenbond en Vrede; should Smuts visit Holland in the near future they would be grateful if he would be prepared to lecture to the Society either in Amsterdam or in The Hague. 
    T.L.S. 2pp. 
    Letter in Dutch. 
    Signature illegible. 
78  1929 Oct 11  Algemeen Nederlandsch Verbond, The Hague. To: Jan Christian Smuts. 
    On behalf of the Algemeen Nederlandsch Verbond and the Nederlandsch Zuid-Afrikaansche Vereeniging, invites Smuts to visit the Netherlands. 
    A.L.S. 1p. 
    Signature illegible. 
79  1929 Nov 2  HALDANE, J.S., Oxford, To: Jan Christian Smuts. Forwards a copy of a paper to be published in the Realist. 
    A.L.S. 1p. Found in: pamphlet: HALDANE, J.S. 
    Religion and realism. 
80  1929 Nov 10  LOTSY, J.P.[?] Velp. To: Jan Christian Smuts.  
    Is pleased that Smuts has decided to visit the Netherlands in December; invites him to stay with them; mentions that they wish to show him the Colonial Agricultural School and "Cotyledon Paniculata Wallichii", a plant which they brought from South Africa. 
    A.L.S. 2pp. 
    Letter in Dutch. 
81  1929 Nov 15  HODGSON, John Lawrence, Leighton Buzzard, Bedfordshire. To: Jan Christian Smuts, England. 
    Refers to friendship between Olive Schreiner and Smuts; encloses a pen sketch of her which he drew for his book; anticipates hearing Smuts lecture at Oxford. 
    A.L.S. p. 
    Found in: HODGSON, John Lawrence 
    The time-journey of Dr. Barton: an engineering and sociological forecast based on present possibilities. (S.2C 
82  1929 Nov 15  NOEL-BAKER, Phillip John, London. To: Jan Christian Smuts. 
    Recalls their meeting; expresses appreciation of Smuts' role in the political development of the Empire; sends him a copy of his book. 
    T.L.S. 1p. 
    Found in: NOEL-BAKER. Phillip John 
    The present jurisdiction status of the British Dominions in international law (E.164) 
83  1929  RAMSAY, A.B., Vice-Chancellor, Cambridge University. To: Jan Christian Smuts, Oxford. 
    Requests advice concerning the names of wealthy South Africans who may be willing to contribute to the University's new library and other projects; would value Smuts' name on the list of contributors; attached brochure; 1p. 
    TL.S.. 1p 
84  1929 Nov 29  RUSSELL, Sir John, Rochamsted Experimental Station, Harpenden. To: Jan Christian Smuts, London. 
    Invites Smuts to visit the Agricultural Experimental Station, which may be of interest to him. 
    T.L.S. 1p. 
85  1929 Dec 1  POULTON, E.B., Oxford. To: Jan Christian Smuts. The writer presents Smuts with two unbound copies of W.J. Burchell's biography of which one is intended for yr. and Mrs Gilbert. 
    A.L.S. 1p. 
    Postcard. 
86  1929 Dec 4  JONES, Lance G.E., Department for the Training of Teachers, Oxford. To: Jan Christian Smuts. 
    At the request of Dr. Thomas Jesse Jones, Educational Director of the Phelps Stokes Fund, New York, he forwards his report on problems encountered in American Black education; Dr. Jones hopes he will pay a visit to the Hampton Institute during his visit to America. 
    T.L.S. 1p. 
    Found in: JONES, Lance G.E. 
    Negro schools in the Southern States. (E.299) 
87  1929 Dec 6  MINTO. Mary, London. To: Jan Christian Smuts, London  
    Recalls meeting Smuts at Sandringham; sends him a book on Lord Minto; draws similarities between them, A.L.S. 2pp 
    Found in: BUCH N, John. 
    Lord Minto: a memoir. (S.217) 
88  1929 Dec 10  KIDD, Franklin, Low Temperature Research Station, Cambridge„ To: Jan Christian Smuts. 
    Encloses some material which explains the nature of their work. 
    T:L S. 1p. 
    Found in: KIDD, Franklin. 
    Cantor lectures on biology and refrigeration. 
89  1930 Jan 13  PIETERS, A.J., United States Department of Agriculture, Washington. To: Jan Christian Smuts, Washington 
    Trusts that Smuts would be interested in the experiences of Hollanders who settled in countries other than South Africa; presents Smuts with a book by the writer's sister; she hopes to be present at the meetings on the study of the cause and cure of war; expresses admiration for Smuts. 
    A.L.S. 1p. 
    Found in: PIETERS, Alieda J. 
    A Dutch settlement in Michigan (S.308) 
90  1930 Jan 17  G., U.C., Oxford. To: Jan Christian Smuts.  
    A manuscript of The Christmas fantasy sent together with a short note from the author on its origins, MS, attached; 13pp. 
    A.L.S. 1p 
91  1930 Jan 17  MENZIES, C.K. Secretary, Royal Society of Arts, London To: Jan Christian Smuts, London 
    Invites Smuts to attend a meeting to be held on 29th January 1930; hopes he will comment on Sir Thomas H. Holland's lecture regarding proposed mineral sanctions; proofs attached; 8pp. 
    T.L.S, 1p 
92  1930 Jan 30  CLARK, Sarah B., Somerset, England. To: Jan Christian Smuts. 
    Wishes Smuts a pleasant voyage; sends a book for Mrs Smuts by Selma Lager, and one by Thomas Mann for him; refers to his visit which they all enjoyed. 
    A.L.S. 2pp 
    Found in: REMARQUE, Erich Maria. 
    In Westen niches Neues. (E,1090) 
93  1930 Feb 26  VAN RIET LOWE, Clarence, Public Works Department: Port Elizabeth. To: Jan Christian Smuts, Cape Town. 
    Gratefully acknowledges Smuts' public recognition in Parliament of his archaeological research; refers to South Africa's unexplored archaeological potential; sends reprint describing the tour on which he took the Abbe Breuil; hopes that a research chair or bureau will be established. 
    T.L.S. 2pp. 
    Torn. 
94  1930 Apr 1  DANIELS, London. To: Jan Christian Smuts. 
    The writer sends a book long promised to Smuts; recalls their meeting at Roger Clark's house; recommends a short story by Thomas Mann 
    A.L.S. 1p. 
    Found in: HEIDEGGER, Martin. 
    Was ist Metaphysik? (S.)715) 
95  )930 Apr 25  KESTELL,J.? , Bloemfontein. To: Jan Christian Smuts, Pretoria. 
    Informs him that he is writing a biography on the Reverend Abraham Kriel; refers to Smuts' acquaintance with him and requests any further information Smuts can give him; expresses interest in Smuts tour to Europe and America 
    A.L.S. 2pp. 
    Letter in Afrikaans 
96  1930 June 10  HUGHES-GIBB, Eleanor, Dorset. To: Jan Christian Smuts. 
    Sends, at the suggestion of Sir Daniel Hall, a copy of her book, requesting Smuts' comments; refers to Holism. 
    AL.S. 3pp. 
    Found in: HUGHES-GIBB, Eleanor. 
    The life-force in the in-organic world (S.2517) 
97  1930 June 10  SIMON, Sir John, Indian Statutory Commission, London. To: Jan Christian Smuts. (MISSING) 
    Encloses the report of the Indian Statutory Commission, and expresses the hope that it will be studied by Dominion statesmen. 
    A.L S. 2pp 
    Found in: INDIAN STATUTORY COMMISSION. 
    Report. vol. 1. 
98  1930 June 14  DU PLESSIS, H.J. Assistant Private Secretary to General Hertzog; Prime Minister, Pretoria. To: Mrs Maria Carstens, Sterling. Cape. 
    Replies to her request for financial assistance: regrets that he is unable to help. She then forwards his reply to Smuts with a comment on the reverse side. 
    T.L.S. 1p. 
    Letter in Afrikaans. 
99  1930 June 16  GLADSTONE, Dorothy, Ware, Hertfordshire. To: Jan Christian Smuts. 
    Hopes to arrange for someone to write the biography of Herbert John Gladstone, first Governor-General of South Africa; requests Smuts to document his impressions of him. 
    A.L.S. 2pp. 
100  1930 June 30  DU TOIT, A.E., Rector, Transvaal University College, Pretoria. To: Jan Christian Smuts, Pretoria. 
    Thanks Smuts for his donation of two thousand pounds towards the establishment of the University of Pretoria; money to be placed in a donation fund and the interest to be used for research purposes in the Faculty or Agriculture. 
    T.L S. 1p 
    Letter in Afrikaans. 
101  1930 Sept 7  DAVIES, David, Baron, Kensington, London. To: Jan Christian Smuts. 
    Sends a recently published book on international sanctions in which Smuts is frequently quoted. Refers to Smuts' role in peace-keeping and in the establishment of the League of Nations. 
    A.L.S. 3pp. 
    Found in: DAVIES, David; Baron. 
    The problem of the twentieth century: a study of international relations. (E.850) 
102  1930 Sept 26  G?OEL, Phoebe, Newmarket. To: Jan Christian Smuts.  
    Thanks him for his letter; imparts the news that she and "Solly" are sailing for Cape Town in order that he may recuperate from his bad health. 
    A.L.S. 2pp. 
103  1930 Oct 3  KENNEDY. William Paul McClure. Toronto To: Jan Christian Smuts, Cape Town. 
    Presents his book in appreciation of Smuts' contribution to the constitutional law of the Empire; requests an autographed cabinet photograph. 
    T.L.S 1p. 
    Found in: KENNEDY. William Paul McClure. Law and custom in the Canadian constitution. (S.328) 
104  1930 Oct JO  PHILLIPS, John F.V., Deputy Director and Ecologist, Department of Tsetse Fly Research: Tanganyika. To: Jan Christian Smuts. 
    Note on a typed manuscript entitled: Ecology: the foundation of forestry , 22p; refers to Smuts interest in ecology and forestry. 
105  1930 Oct 27  S., C. G? , Cape Town. To: Jan Christian Smuts.  
    The writer sends two books on Madagascar; comments on the one by Ellis who was a missionary and botanist. 
    A.L.S 1p. Found in: MULLENS; Joseph. 
    Twelve months in Madagascar. (E.450) 
106  1930 Nov 29  CARSTENS, Maria, Brandvlei, Zak Rivier Stasie. To: Jan Christian Smuts, Irene. 
    Requests the loan of thirty-five pounds to complete payment on an inherited farm. 
    A.L.S. 2pp. 
    Envelope attached 
    Letter in Afrikaans. 
107  1930 Dec 3  HARRIS, R.H.T.P., Director, Tsetse Fly Control Operations, Empangeni, Zululand. To: Jan Christian Smuts, Irene. 
    Sends Smuts a copy of his report published by the Natal Provincial Administration; not attached; includes a manuscript entitled: A brief report upon the tsetse fly trap demonstration by R.H.T.P. Harris in Zululand, November (930); attached; mentions a tsetse fly trap which he intends erecting at a reception. 
    T.L.S. 1p. 
    Found in: HARRIS; R.H.T.P. 
    Report on the bionomics of the tsetse fly. 
108  1930 Dec 3  LEFEBURE, Victor, Hampstead, London. To: Jan Christian Smuts, Irene. 
    The author, Liaison Officer amongst the Allies during the War and an expert on chemical armament, requests Smuts to write a foreword for his forthcoming book on the technical background of disarmament; states that eminent authorities have agreed to do likewise. He includes a type-written manuscript; not attached; handwritten notes on disarmament by Smuts attached; 1p. 
    T.L.S. 3pp. 
    Found in: LEFEBURE, Victor. 
    Scientific disarmament. (E 9.9) 
109  1930 Dec 8  HOOPER, Sydney E., British Institute of Philosophical Studies; London. To: Jan Christian Smuts, Cape Town. 
    In attempting to meet the Institute's deficit, the author approaches Smuts with a request for names of suitable donors. 
    A.L.S. 2pp. 
110  1930 Dec 9  LIVINGSTON. Whiter Ross, South Yarra, Melbourne. To: Jan Christian Smuts, Irene. 
    Acknowledges Smuts' Letter; expresses his aims to incorporate the principle of responsibility into the constitution of the United States; informs Smuts that he has secured a complete set of Australian and New Zealand parliamentary papers and debates, which, together with similar South African publications acquire with Smuts help, make the University of Iowa's collection unique in this regard; hopes to come to South Africa as an exchange professor with Smuts' help. 
    A L.S. 2pp. 
111  1930 Dec 10  MARCOSSON, Isaac F., New York. To: Jan Christian Smuts. 
    Requests a signed photograph of Smuts for reproduction in his forthcoming book entitled: Adventures in interviewing; recalls transmitting an invitation to Smuts from Theodore Roosevelt to visit the United States. 
    T.L.S 1p. 
112  1930 Dec 16  JOACHLM, Harold A , Oxford. To: Jan Christian Smuts.  
    The author sends a book as a Christmas present. 
    A.L.S. 2pp. 
    Found in: BRADLEY, Francis Herbert. 
    Aphorisms (S.1215 ) 
113  1930 Dec 16  JONES; Sir Robert, Liverpool. To: Jan Christian Smuts; Cape Town 
    Gives a medical report on Smuts daughter. T.L.S. 1p. 
114  1931 Jan 7  RAPHAELY; Siegfried, Johannesburg To: Jan Christian Smuts, Irene. (MISSING) 
    Maintains that young Jews should be made aware of their obligation towards South Africa, and in order to achieve this the Jewish Board of Deputies should be placed on a sound financial basis; stresses the need to involve Sir Ernest Oppenheimer; attaches pages from a newspaper; The African World, 2 January 193), reporting a congress on young Jewry and addresses by both Dr. Landau and himself. 
    T 1p. 
115  1931 Mar 28  WISSELL, L.C. von,Collet. To: Jan Christian Smuts. (MISSING) 
    The writer presents Smuts with a memorandum printed in 1922, containing inter alia one of Smuts' speeches; urges him to study it because of its relevance regarding the world situation. 
    A L.S. 1p. 
    Found in: BRAUN, Friederich, Edler von. 
    Was wird aus Europa? (S.374) 
116  1931 Apr 29  LOWE, W.; Chairman, David Livingstone Memorial (Statue) Fund, Johannesburg. To: Jan Christian Smuts, Irene. (MISSING) 
    An account of the David Livingstone Memorial (Statue) Fund to which Smuts lent his patronage; as this Fund is due to be officially closed, he requests additional support and assistance; attached are press clippings from the Glasgow Herald of 7 October 1929, on the opening of the Scottish National Memorial to Livingstone in Blantyre, Lanarkshire, Livingstone’s birth place; the Manchester Guardian of 26 October 1929 on the same topic; three tableaux from the Memorial. 
    T.L.S. 1p. 
    Found in: pamphlet: FEDERATED CALEDONIAN SOCIETY OF SOUTH AFRICA. David Livingstone Memorial. (E.)799) 
117  1931 July 18  DREYER, Andries; Archives of the Dutch Reformed Church in the Cape Province, Cape Town. To: Jan Christian Smuts, Irene. (MISSING) 
    The author presents Smuts with a copy of his research into the Great Trek from an ecclesiastical aspect and expresses his admiration for Smuts. 
    A.L.S. 1p. 
    Letter to Afrikaans. Found in: DREYER; Andries, comp: 
    Die Kaapse Kerk en die Groot Trek, amptelike en ander stukke. (E.2208) 
118  1931 Aug 25  STORKDALE, F.A., London. To: Jan Christian Smuts. (MISSING) 
    Sends Smuts a copy of his assessment of agricultural problems in South and East Africa after a tour through those countries. 
    T.L.S. 1p. 
    Found in: COLONIAL ADVISORY COUNCIL OF AGRICULTURE _ 
    AND ANIMAL HEALTH. Report, June 1931. 
119  1931 Oct 9  PICKARD-CAMBRIDGE, Hilda M., Sheffield. To: Jan Christie Smuts. (MISSING) 
    Sends Smuts a book on fairy tales for his grandchildren; and a second book which she wrote in 1914. 
    A.L.S. 1p. 
    Found in: PICKARD-CAMBRIDGE, Hilda M. 
    An English woman s experiences in Germany, August 1914. (E.1620) 
120  1931 Nov 3  PHILLIPS, W.B., London. To: Jan Christian Smuts. (MISSING) 
    Sends Smuts a copy of Professor Soddy's book on economic theory which was published by the writer; states that Professor Soddy was his mentor in the field of economics; comments on the economic climate and expresses the need for clarity of thought regarding economic problems; invites Smuts to have lunch with him at the Press Club. 
    T.L.S. 2pp. 
    Found in: SODDY, Frederick. 
    Money versus man: a statement of the world problem from the standpoint of the new economics. (S.503) 
121  1931 Nov 20  BENTWICH, Norman; Hampstead. To: Jan Christian Smuts (MISSING) 
    Encloses a copy of his article entitled: The development of the A Mandates, 1928-1930; Bentwich was Attorney-General in Palestine for nine years; hopes they can meet to discuss the Palestine question. 
    A.L.S. 1p. 
    Found in: ZEITSCHRIFT fur auslandisches offentlicht Recht und Volkerrecht. 
122  1931 Nov 25  WEIMARCH, Henning and NORLINDH, Tycho, Lund, Sweden. To: Jan. Christian Smuts. (MISSING) 
    Recalls a walk on Table Mountain, which they enjoyed together with Smuts; sends four photographs; attached; mentions that Mr Ortendahl, who accompanied them, possesses a good collection of plants from South West Africa. 
    A.L.S. 1p. 
    Found in: SMUTS, Jan Christian. 
    Grocer Suid Afrika: planne vir 'n beter wêreld; toesprake. (E.2049). 
123  1932 Feb 25  ST0t1EI1AVEN,Lord7, Palace Chambers. London. To: Jan Christian Smuts, Irene. (MISSING) 
    The writer encloses a book on health-systems, unemployment, old age and industrial insurance by Cohen, with a foreword by Neville Chamberlain. 
    T.L.S. 1p. 
    Found in: LEVY, Hayman. 
    The universe of science. (S.2527). 
124  1932 Mar 31  MILLAR; Ward, Pretoria. To: Jan. Christian Smuts, Cape Town. (MISSING) 
    The writer sends Smuts a book about.St. Andrews University to assist him in writing his Rectorial Address. 
    T.L.S: 1p. 
    Found in: ST. ANDREWS UNIVERSITY. Votiva Tabella. 
125  1932 May 21  VAN RIET'LOWE, Clarence, Public Works Department, Pretoria. To: Jan Christian Smuts, Cape Town. (MISSING) 
    A letter approving the final draft of Smuts' Climate and man in Africa; various errors are indicated and extensions suggested; refers in detail to related archaeological questions; mentions loss of his archaeological collection in a fire at the University of the Witwatersrand. 
    T.L.S. 3pp. 
126  1932 July 8:  VAN RIFT LOWE, Clarence, Public Works Department, Pretoria. To: Jan Christian Smuts. (MISSING) 
    Sends a pamphlet written by his uncle, F.H. Hamilton; gives a biographical sketch of Hamilton, now a London financier; regrets, due to family ill-health, missing an address by Smuts delivered in Durban: 
    A.L.S. 3pp. 
    Found in: HAMILTON, F.H. 
    Common sense about gold. 
127  1932 Sept 1.  EWING, Sir J.Alfred, York. To: Jan Christian Smuts, Cape Town. (MISSING) 
    Thanks Smuts for his message of good wishes to the British. Association for the Advancement of Science annual meeting; encloses his presidential address entitled: An engineer's outlook; attached. T.L.S. 1p. 
128  1932 Nov 16,  LORDS Arthur R., Grahamstown. To: Jan Christian Smuts. (MISSING) 
    A reply to a letter from Smuts; analyses aspects of philosophical ideas as propounded by Plato and Aristotle, mentions Hegel; presents Smuts with a book on Socratic and Platonic dialogue; refers to the favourable reception of Smuts' talk at Rhodes University, Grahamstown. 
    A.L.S. 2pp. 
    Found in: PLATO. Opera. (S.1870). 
129  1932 Dec 13  JONES, Neville, Principal, Hope Fountain Native Girls' Institution, Bulawayo. To: Jan Christian Smuts. (MISSING) 
    An appreciative note of thanks for a copy of Climate and man in Africa. A.L.S. 1p. 
130  1932 Dec 17  CORDON, Hugh S., Francistown Bechuanaland.. To: Jan Christian Smuts. (MISSING) 
    Thanks Smuts for sending him a copy of: Climate and man in Africa; comments on its applicability to the archaeological work in which he is involved; enlarges on finds made from the Middle Stone Age Period. A.L.S. 2pp. 
131  1932 Dec 20  HILL, Arthur, Royal Botanical Gardens, Kew. To: Jan Christian Smuts. (MISSING) 
    Applauds Smuts' versatility in note of thanks for his copy of Climate and man in Africa. A.L.S. 2pp. 
132  1932 Dec 21  KEITH, Arthur, Royal College of Surgeons of England, London. To: Jan Christian. Smuts. (MISSING) 
    Writer thanks Smuts for a copy of: Climate and man in Africa; commends his recognition of Louis Leakey's efforts; mentions the need for funds needed to release Leakey's archaeological material still at the docks. A.L.S. 1p. 
133  1932 Dec 23  FLENN. H,.G., University of Manchester. To: Jan Christian Smuts. (MISSING) 
    Thanks Smuts for his seperatum; discusses his views on climate and geological periods; refers to the tribute paid to Clarence van Riet Lowe. 
    A.L.S. 2pp. 
134  1932 Dec 23..  HOLLAND, Thomas N., University of Edinburgh. To: Jan Christian Smuts. (MISSING) 
    Letter expressing appreciation on receiving a copy of: Climate and man in Africa; poses a query concerning the evolution of ungulates in South Africa; suggests nomination of A.L. du Toit to the Royal Society or as a recipient of one of the Geological Society medals. A.L.S. 7pp. 
135  1932. Dec.24  MUIRHEAD, J.H., Sussex. To: Jan Christian Smuts. (MISSING) 
    Thanks Smuts for a copy of his lecture entitled: Some recent scientific advances in their bearing on philosophy; comments in some depth on the relationship between physics and philosophy. A.L.S. 3pp. 
136  1933 Jan. 4..  JOACHIM, Harold H., Oxford. To: Jan Christian Smuts, Cape Town. 
    Acknowledges with thanks the receipt of Smuts' lecture entitled: Some recent scientific advances, in their bearing on. philosophy; expresses doubt on Smuts' concept of "individuals''. 
    A.L.S. 6pp 
    Envelope attached. 
137  1933 Jan,4.:..  MENGLINE, O., Vienna To: Jan Christian Smuts.  
    The writer thanks Smuts for a paper on South African pre-history; wishes to send Smuts a pamphlet once he has ascertained his correct address. A.L.S. 1p. 
138  1933 Jan.8  CATON-THOMPSON, Gertrude, London. To: Jan Christian Smuts.  
    Note thanking Smuts for a copy of Climate and man in Africa; expresses admiration for progress of archaeological work in South Africa and for Smuts' role in this regard; mentions their brief meeting at Zimbabwe; refers to her opinion concerning the origin of Zimbabwe. 
    A.L.S. 2pp. 
139  1933 Jan 9  MARETT. H.R., Oxford. To: Jan Christian Smuts.  
    The writer thanks Smuts for a copy of Climate and man in Africa, being a subject in which he has a personal interest, as his son is writing a book on climate and soil and its relation to race, reaching very similar conclusions; concludes with remarks on the centenary of Sir John Kirk's birth and the intention of creating a memorial in his garden in Zanzibar. A.L.S. 1p. 
140  1933 Jan 10  SPENCER JONES, C., Royal Observatory, Cape Province. To: Jan Christian Smuts, (Cape Town. 
    A note of thanks for a signed photograph; luncheon and dinner appointments are arranged. A.L.S. 2pp. 
141  1933 Jan 27  ROSS, W.F., Oriel College, Oxford. To: Jan Christian Smuts. 
    Thanks Smuts for his paper entitled: Some recent scientific advances in their bearing on philosophy. A.L.S. 1p. 
142  1933 Feb 14  HERTZOG, James Barry Munnik Cape Town. To: Jan Christian Smuts, Cape Town. 
    Attaches a copy of a declaration outlining the attitude of the National Party concerning the question of co-operation with the South African Party; indicates that this declaration should be regarded as the answer to the offer made by Smuts and Duncan in the House of Assembly; should Smuts desire further discussion, he would be available; asks that the declaration be regarded as confidential until published the next day; draft in Afrikaans and English of Smuts' reply, "Fundamentals" and "Policy of Coalition" attached. 
    A.L.S. 2pp. Encloses no. 143. 
    Letter in Afrikaans. 
143  1933 Feb 14  HERTZOGI James Barry Munnik, Cape Town. To: Jan Christian Smuts, Cape Town. 
    Thanks Smuts for his reply; affirms that Smuts has interpreted has intentions correctly; leaves it to him to determine time for discussion of the matter. 
    A.L.S. 1p. Enclosed in no. 142. 
    Letter in Afrikaans. 
144  1933 Feb 15  ABRAHAMSON, Harold, RICHARDS, G.R., and MARWICK, J.S., House of Assembly, Cape Town. To: Jan Christian Smuts. 
    Expresses concern regarding agricultural policy as outlined in General Hertzog's published letter to Smuts; query the position of agriculture in Natal and the outcome of the resolution adopted by the Congress of the South African Party in Bloemfontein concerning extended powers to be granted to the Provincial Councils; stress the need to clarify the a love questions in order that public opinion in Natal not be antagonised. 
    T.L.S. 2pp. 
145  1933 Feb 16.  GIBAUD, [-] , Port Elizabeth. To: Jan Christian Smuts, Cape Town. (MISSING) 
    Congratulates Smuts on his efforts to establish a National Government. Telegram. 
146  1933 Feb 20  HOFMEYR, Gys, Cape Town. To: Jan Christian Smuts, Cape Town (MISSING) 
    Assures Smuts of his support and congratulates him on his recent political move. 
    Telegram. 
    In Afrikaans.. 
147  1933 Feb 25  HEATON NICHOLLS, G., Cape Town. To: Jan Christian Smuts.  
    Summarises Natal's attitude towards coalition proposals and devolution along federal lines within the framework of the Act of Union; reacts to General Kemp's statement concerning the National Government. 
    T.L.S. 2pp. 
148  1933 Mar 24  HADFIELD, Sir RobertA., London. To: Jan Christian Smuts.  
    Thanks Smuts for his interesting letter; Hadfield's election as honorary member of the Russian Academy of Sciences of Leningrad is referred to; mentions an address he delivered at the luncheon given in his honour; stresses that his only concern regarding contact with. Russia was of a scientific and. technical nature; attaches a copy of a letter from Lord Rutherford referring to his election; attached, 1p. T.L.S. 1p. 
149  1933 Apr 18  HIRSCH., J.G.., Port Elizabeth, To: Jan Christian Smuts, Pretoria.. 
    Indicates appreciation of Smuts' letter; expresses his support for the coalition movement but stresses that the people should have the opportunity to vote; expands on the Port Elizabeth South constituency. T.L.S. 2pp. 
150  1933 Apr 20 .  SMUTS; Jan Christian. Tow. Banwell, London. Notifies Banwell that he has forwarded his letter concerning railway advertisements to the Railway Administration; comments on current affairs in South Africa T.L. 1p. Copy. 
151  1933 Apr 20. .  SMUTS, Jan Christian. To: Sir Robert. A. Hadfield, London.  
    Congratulates him on his election as an honorary member of the . Russian. Academy of Sciences of Leningrad; refers to the British embargo on Russian imports; speculates on the gloomy international scene; hopes to attend a forthcoming Economic Conference. T.L. 2pp. Copy. 
152  1933 Apr 20.  (SMUTS, Jan Christian, Pretoria. To: Professor Gilbert Murray, Oxford. 
    Appreciates his letter; alludes to political developments in South Africa; analyses the world situation in general; hopes to attend the Economic Conference. T.L. 3pp. Copy. 
153  1933 Apr 25  (VAN RIET,LOWE, Clarence.To: Leo Fouche, Pretoria.  
    Sends his brief impression of their work at Mapungubwe; attached,. 3pp; thanks him for the opportunity to participate. T.L.S. 1p. Enclosed in no 155. 
154  1933 Apr 26  FINDLAY, JohnNiemayer, University of Pretoria. To: Jan Christian Smuts.  
    The author sends a copy of his book, requesting comments. 
    A.L.S. 1p. 
    Found in: FINDLAY, John Niemayer. 
    Meinong's theory of objects. (S.1686). 
155  1933 Apr 26..  VAN RIFI LOWS, Clarence, Pretoria. To: Jan Christian Smuts, Pretoria. 
    Expresses his disappointment on losing the lease total house; attaches a copy of a report on his investigations at Mapungubwe. 
    A.L.S. 3pp. Encloses no 153. 
156  1933 Apr 28  GIE, S.F.N., Pretoria. To: Sir J. Carruthers Beattie, Cape Town. 
    Informs him that the memorandum regarding "The Woolsack a proposed retreat for artists and poets intended by Cecil John Rhodes has been approved of in principle by the Minister of Education, but because of financial considerations, should be postponed for the present. 
    T.L. 1p. Copy. Enclosed in no. 159, 
157  1933 May 1  SMUTS; Jan Christian. To: Kunwar Sir Maharaj Singh Quyamana, Cape Town. 
    Dictates a telegram which he wishes transmitted to Mahatma Gandhi; telegram concerns Gandhi's announced fast; Smuts urges him to delay the fast. 
    Telegram. Copy. Encloses no. 157. 
158  1933 May 2  SMUTS, Jan Christian. To: Kunwar, Sir Maharaj Singh Quyamana Cape Town. 
    Confirms that the telegram to Gandhi should be sent is his personal capacity. 
    Telegrams Copy. Enclosed in no. 156. 
159  1933 May 3.  HOFMEYR, Jan H., Pretoria, To: Miss Richardson.  
    Asks that the enclosed material, including a memoranda by Lord Lothian concerning the proposed retreat, “The Woolsack" be forwarded to Smuts in England for possible further discussion with Lord Lothian, Sir Herbert Baker and Mr. Rudyard Kipling. 
    A.L.S. 2pp. Encloses no. 156. 
160  1933 May 16  COLLISON, Harry, London. To: Jan Christian Smuts, Irene.  
    Literature sent together with the writer's compliments; mentions that the University of the Witwatersrand accepted a donation of Rudolf Steiner's works. 
    T.L.S. 1p. 
    Found in: WACHSMUTH, Gunther. 
    The etheric formative forces in cosmos, earth and man: a path of investigation into the world of the living. (S.1960). 
161  1933 June 19  YOUNG, ArthurP., Kenilworth, England. To: Jan Christian Smuts, London. 
    Sends copy of his book; quotes excerpts from Smuts' Presidential Address to the British Association in 1931; alludes to his family connection with South Africa as his brother, James, was Chief Magistrate of Johannesburg. 
    T.L.S: 1p. 
    Found in; YOUNG, Arthur P. 
    Forward from chaos. (S.870). 
162  1933 June 21  DAVIES, David, Baron, London. To: Jan Christian Smuts 
    As League of Nations featured in a recent conversation at a reception, maintains that his book in which he quotes Smuts should be of interest to him; extends invitation on behalf of the New Commonwealth Society for dinner and an informal debate. 
    TL.S. 2pp. 
    Found in: DAVIES, David, Baron. 
    The problem of the twentieth century: a study of international relationships. (E,850) 
163  1933 June 22  HEATH, I.L., London. To: Jan Christian Smuts, London. 
    Copy of a book on Euclid sent together with a note elucidating a point of view he had taken earlier; quotes in Latin from Sallust: one part of us is common with gods and the other with the beasts; compares Euclid to the former. 
    A.L.S. 2pp, 
    Found in: TODHUNTER, Isaac, ed. 
    The elements of Euclid. 
164  1933 July 6  MOWAT, Robert Balmain, Bristol. To: Jan Christian Smuts, London. 
    The writer explains why they were unable to meet at a certain function; advocates the re-instatement of the Imperial Cabinet; encloses a Dutch translation of his essay. 
    A.L.S. 2pp. 
    Found in: MOWAT, Robert Balmain. 
    De eenheid van Europa, (S.766) 
165  1933 July 16  MACMILLAN, Lord, London. To: Jan Christian Smuts.  
    Encloses his Presidential Address delivered to the International Congress of Comparative Law which took place in the Hague; August 1932. A.L.S. p. 
166  1933 July 18  ATHOLL, Katherine, London. To: Jan Christian Smuts.  
    A complimentary note sent together with a book on conditions suffered by Kulaks in the Soviet timber camps. 
    T.L.S. 1p. Found in: OUT of the deep: Letters from Soviet timber camps. (E.744) 
167  1933 July 26  LYTTELTON, Edith, Westminster. To: Jan Christian Smuts.  
    Sends Smuts a copy of her book on the theory of the superconscious mind. 
    A.L.S. 1p. 
    Found in: LYTTELTON, Edith 
    Our superconscious mind. 
168  1933 Aug 2  GEDDES, Sir Eric, London. To: Jan Christian Smuts, London.  
    Hopes to discuss the memorandum on civil air communications to be debated by the Cabinet Committee with Smuts before he leaves England; stresses its confidential nature. 
    T.L.S. 1p. 
    Found in: FUTURE of civil air communications of the Empire, 1933: a memorandum. 
169  1933 Aug 22  BAKER, Sir Herbert, London. To: Jan Christian Smuts. 
    Indicates his pleasure at being with Smuts in the new South Africa House; wishes him a pleasant journey to the Cape. A.L.S, 2pp, 
170  1933 Aug 22  SMUTS, Jan Christian, London. To: J.H. Hofmeyr, Pretoria. 
    Reports on his compliance with Hofmeyr's request to raise the question of Indian settlement with the Colonial Office; discussions with Sir Cecil Bottomley were not fruitful as he would not commit himself due to the delicate nature of the matter; Bottomley suggested that the High Commissioner should be approached. T.L.S. 2pp. Copy. 
171  1933 Aug 22  SMUTS, Jan Christian London. To: J.H. Hofmeyr, Pretoria. 
    Enlarges on an interview with Miss Caton-Thompson regarding the archaeological discoveries on the banks of the Limpopo River; notes that she has agreed to do field work for approximately three months and that she would prefer a South African colleague such as Van Riet Lowe. T.L. 2pp. Copy 
172  1933 Aug 22  SMUTS, Jan Christian, London. To: Sir Ernest Oppenheimer, London. 
    Outlines his discussions with the Colonial Office concerning diamond discoveries in West Africa; stresses confidential nature of the letter. T.L. 2pp. Copy. 
173  1933 Aug 26  SCHUSTER, O.J., Clarendon, Virginia. To: Jan Christian Smuts, Irene. 
    Discusses at length Smuts' book entitled: Holism and evolution; gives his own interpretation illustrated by various examples. T.L.S. 2pp. Encloses no. 175 
174  1933 Sept 8  BORDEN, Sir Robert, Ottawa. To: Jan Christian Smuts, Irene. 
    Presents his with a press report of his recent address to the Canadian Bar Association, not attached, and a copy of an intended address to the British Commonwealth Relations Conference, attached, 3pp.; reviews the late Lord Cray's contribution; remarks on the significance of a Union Government in South Africa; briefly analyses Haldane's role as indicated in his autobiography; concludes with a summary of business conditions on the American continent. 
    T.L.S. 2pp. Enclosed in no. 179 
175  1933 Oct 3  STEPHENSON, Thomas Allan, University of Cape Town. To: Jan Christian Smuts, Irene. 
    Sends Smuts further information on the Marine Biological Scheme. A.L.S. 1p. 
    Found in: The INVESTIGATION of the South African seas. 
176  1933 Oct 9  SMUTS, Jan Christian, Irene, To: O.J, Schuster, Clarendon, Virginia. 
    Replies and comments further on the holistic principle and natural selection. 
    T.L. 1p. Copy. Enclosed in no. 173. 
177  1933 Oct 11  HECTOR, J.M., University of Pretoria. To: Jan Christian Smuts. 
    Encloses papers relating to botany for Smuts' perusal; discusses his current research; asks Smuts, as a personal favour, to recommend him for the Chair of Botany at Aberdeen University; comments on his lack of enthusiasm for the University of Pretoria. A.L.S. 3pp, 
    Found in: DIRKSE- VAN SCHALKWYK, Hester, and HECTOR, J.M. 
    Studies in soil bacteria: a preliminary account of azotobacter in some Transvaal Soils 
178  1933 Oct 19  CATON-THOMPSON, Gertrude, Bedford College for Women, London, To: Jan Christian Smuts, 
    Expresses her pleasure at the proposed creation of an Archaeological Bureau and the appointment of Van Riet Lowe as its Director; stresses that she be accompanied on her field work at Mapungubwe by a South African archaeologist of equal footing; mentions her contact with Mr Neville Jones of Bulawayo on the matter. 
    A.L.S. 2pp. Encloses no 183. 
179,  1933 Oct 19  SMUTS, Jan Christian, Pretoria. To: Sir Robert Borden, Ottawa. 
    Analyses the world situation with specific reference to Ireland, India, Germany and America. 
    T.L. 2pp. Copy, Encloses no. 174, 
180  1933 Oct 22  BRUWER, A.J., Pretoria, To: Jan Christian Smuts.  
    Relates his experiences concerning the party political struggle, requests Smuts' co-operation as he has been out of work for some time. 
    A.L.S. 4pp. 
    Letter in Afrikaans. 
181  1933 Oct 24  ENGELBRECHT, S.P., University of Pretoria. To: Jan Christian Smuts, Irene. 
    Thanks Smuts for congratulating him on his book concerning President Burgers; explains its origin an aim, namely to rectify the erroneous concept that Burgers betrayed the Afrikaners by collaborating with Shepstone sends under separate cover an article from Die Nuwe Brandwag dispelling rumours that Kruger was Shepstone’s agent; attached are reviews on the book from the Cape Argus of 16-19 August 1933. 
    T.L.S. 3pp. 
    Letter in Afrikaans. 
    Found in: ENGELBRECHT, S.?. 
    Thomas Francois Burgers: 'n lewenskets 
182  1933 Nov 1  BUXTON, Sydney Charles, 1st Earl, Hassocks, Sussex. To: Jan Christian Smuts. 
    Sends a pamphlet on Edward Grey; refers to Smuts' admiration for him. 
    T.L.S. 1p. 
    Found in: pamphlet: BUXTON, Sydney Charles, 1st Earl. 
    Edward Grey: bird lover and fisherman. (S.1)S) 
183  1933 Nov 13  ?_, Private Secretary, Minister of the Interior, Education and Public Health, Pretoria. To: the Private Secretary, Minister of Justice, Pretoria. 
    Returns Miss Caton-Thompson's letter. T.L.S. 1p. Enclosed in no. 178 
184  1933 Nov 28  SMUTS, Jan Christian, Pretoria. To: Justice Gardiner, Cape Town. 
    Refers to his advice concerning the Water Court; informs him that he has decided to abandon the unification of that scheme for the whole country. T.L. 1p. Copy. 
185  1933 Nov 28  SMUTS, Jan Christian, Pretoria. To: Justice Lourens, Cape Town. 
    Thanks him for the information supplied; abandons his plan for unifying Water Court work for the entire country, and has instead decided to separate the Northern section. 
    T.L. 1p. Copy. 
186  1934 Jan 7  BISSET, Beatrice, Kenilworth, Cape. To: Jan Christian Smuts. 
    The author sends her book which she regards as psychic in origin. 
    A.L.S. 2pp. 
    Found in: BISSET, Beatrice. Early impressions of life in the unseen. 
187  1934 Mar 3  SWIETERINC, [-] , Swakopmund. To: Jan Barry Munnik Hertzog.  
    He explains the rift between the races in South West Africa; describes the position of the Germans in the territory; requests an interview to discuss the problem; letter sent to Smuts by Hertzog's Private Secretary. T.L. 6pp. 
188  1934 Mar 9  BALLOT, D.W.F., Windhoek. To: Jan Christian Smuts.  
    Advises Smuts that he is writing to General Hertzog on the South West African issue; feels that time for making concessions to the Germans is past; encloses the letter. 
    A.L.S. 1p. Encloses no 189. 
189  1934 Mar 9  BALLOT,_ D.W.F., Windhoek. To: Jan Barry Munnik Hertzog, Cape Town. 
    Background information on a proposed meeting between Swietering of the 'Deutsche Bund', and possibly Hirsekorn, and Hertzog on the recognition of German identity; also includes Notes of information given Fischer, M,P, to D.W..F Ballot in discussions... on the 31st January - 1st February, 1934, 4pp,; Report on the development of the political situation in the territory of South West Africa , 17pp 
    T.L.S. 2pp. Copy. Enclosed in no. 188. 
190  1934 May 25  WALKER, Eric Anderson, University of Cape Town. To: Jan Christian Smuts. 
    Sends Smuts a copy of a comprehensive study of the Great Trek; explains intention of the work and discusses his sources; attached are newspaper clippings from the Star, 27 July 1934, entitled: Dutch South Africans' fear of neighbours - the need for detribalising the mind; the Star, 12 December 1936, by Professor Leo Fouche entitled: Causes and consequences of the Great Trek. 
    A.L.S. 1p. Found in: WALKER, Eric Anderson. The Great Trek. (E.2079) 
191  1934 June 5  KENNEDY, William Paul Mc Clure, University of Toronto. To: Jan Christian Smuts, Cape Town 
    Congratulates him on a speech concerning the Status Bill; notes that his contribution to the interpretation of Constitutional Law will become historic; suggests that it be printed in pamphlet form. T,L,S. 1p, 
192  1934 June 7  MYERS, Charles Samuel, Director, National Institute of Industrial Psychology, London. To: Jan Christian Smuts  
    Intends sending Smuts his lectures on Herbert Spencer; will visit Cape Town as the guest of the South African Association and plans to stay with Sir David Graaff. 
    T.L.S. 1p. 
    Found in: MYERS, Charles Samuel. 
    Psychological concepts in other sciences, (S.2186) 
193  1934 June 13  YOUNG, Arthur P., Kenilworth, England. To: Jan Christian Smuts, Irene. 
    Sends Smuts a copy of a lecture he gave to the British Textile Institute. 
    T.L.S. 1p, 
    Found in: YOUNG, Arthur P 
    Industrial leadership. (E.815) 
194  1934 June 29  LOTHIAN, Philip Henry Kerr, 11th Marquess, London. To: Jan Christian Smuts, Irene. (MISSING) 
    Encloses a reprint of a speech made at the Royal Institute of International Affairs on 5 June 1934. 
    T.L.S. 1p. Found in: International Affairs, vol. 13, 1934. (pp. 622-650). 
    The place of Britain in the collective system. (E.890) 
195  1934 Aug 1  BROOM, Robert, Transvaal Museum, Pretoria. To: Jan Christian Smuts. 
    At the request of the author, Broom forwards a book with a few personal comments on the contents. 
    A.L.S. 2pp 
    Found in: L POE pseud. Realism not spiritualism. (E.1313) 
196  1934 Aug 13  ADAMSON, John Ernest, Pretoria. To: Jan Christian Smuts  
    Congratulates him on address delivered in Pietermaritzburg, Natal; includes an apt French quotation. A.L.S. 1p 
197  1934 Oct 1  RITSEMA VAN ECK, S., The Hague. To: Jan Christian Smuts. 
    Comments on the formation of nations; stresses that England should form the centre of the Anglo-Saxon-Germanic bloc. 
    T.L.S. 2pp 
    Letter in Dutch 
    Found in: RITSEMA VAN ECK, S. Historische democratie. (S.2010) 
198  1934 Oct 10  CHAMBERLAIN, Austen, London. To: Jan Christian Smuts, London. 
    Sends a work on the life of his father which he feels portrays the truth of events in South Africa from 1895 to 1900. 
    A.L.S. 1p. 
    Found in: GARV1N, J.L. 
    The life of Joseph Chamberlain, 1895-1900. (S.133) 
199  1934 Nov 3  CAPPA, Alberto, Rome. To: Jan Christian Smuts.  
    Congratulates Smuts on a speech made at St. Andrews University; includes one of his own speeches on Cavour and quotes him on liberty; comments on the current situation in Italy. 
    T.L.S. 1p. 
    Found in: CAPPA, Alberto. Cavour: ou qu'est-ce home d'etat. (S.131) 
200  1934 Nov 16  HOERNLE, Reinhold Friedrich Alfred, University of the Witwatersrand To: Mrs. Isie Smuts. 
    Sends a pamphlet on the anticipation of the spirit of "fusion". A.L.S. 2pp. 
    Found in: HOERNLE, Reinhold Friedrich Alfred. 
    On the use of history lessons in Transvaal schools for the development of South African patriotism. (S.2846) 
201  1934 Nov 19  WIGGLESWORTH, ATired, London. To: Jan Christian Smuts.  
    Sends a book of which he is joint author via Dr Leipoldt; congratulates him on a recent speech. T.L.S. 1p. 
    Found in: WIGGLESWORTH, Alfred and SHAW, William Arthur. 
    The principles of currency credit and exchange, with special reference to methods of financial reconstruction in the United States of America and Great Britain. (S.495) 
202  1934 Nov 28  MYERS, Charles Samuei7, National Institute of Industrial Psychology, London. To: Jan Christian Smuts. 
    Encloses a report on the nature and extent of research at the Institute. 
    T.L.S. 1p. Found in: NATIONAL INSTITUTE OF INDUSTRIAL PSYCHOLOGY, London. An account of the research work carried out by the National Institute of Industrial Psychology during the years 1921–34. (S.2188) 
203  1934 Nov 29  MUNNIK, George Glaeser, Pietersburg. To: Jan Christian Smuts, Pretoria 
    The author gives a detailed description of newspaper acclaim for his book; sends Smuts a copy and asks him to comment. 
    T.L.S. 4pp. 
    Found in: MUKNIK, George Glaeser. 
    Memoirs covering.80 years of thrilling South African history, politics and war. (E.2024) 
204  1935 Feb 1  LANSDOWN, Charles W.,H=, Supreme Court, Pietermaritzburg To: Jan Christian Smuts. 
    Presents Smuts with a book on liquor law; states the reason tot his gift 
    A.L.S. 2pp. 
    Difficult handwriting. 
    Found in: LANSDOWN, Charles W. H. The South African liquor law. (S.2930) 
205  1935 Feb 1  LOTHIAN, Philip. Henry Kerr, 11th Marquess, London. To: Jan Christian Smuts, Irene. 
    Relates impressions gained during a visit to Hitler and other members of the Government such as Neurath and Bulow; comments on a possible course of action concerning Britain's policy towards Germany and the United States. T.L.S. 2pp. 
206  1935 Feb 14  CURRIE, Sir James, Empire Cotton Crowing Corporation, London. To: Jan Christian Smuts. 
    Remarks on South Africa's relations with Japan; encloses a pamphlet entitled: The educational experiment in the Anglo-Egyptian Sudan, 1900-33; expresses the hope that Smuts will visit Barberton, Eastern Transvaal. T.L.S. 1p. 
    Found in: INTERNATIONAL ECONOMIC CONFERENCE, Westminster, 1920. 
    The need of Europe: its economic reconstruction. (E.224) 
207  1935 Mar 2  HARRISON, Agatha, London. To: Jan Christian Smuts.  
    Refers to the political situation in India and Mahatma Gandhi's attitude; sends a book on behalf of the author, C.F. Andrews. 
    T.L.S. 1p. 
    Found in: Andrews, Charles Freer. The Indian earthquake. (S.338) 
208  1935 Apr 2  THERON, Frank, Roberts Heights, Pretoria. To: Jan Christian Smuts. 
    Encloses for Smuts' interest, an article on Tsar Nicholas II and the Boer War, copied from the Army, navy and airforce gazette, attached 3 typed pages; reminds him of the Kaiser's statement made in 1912. 
    A.L.S. 3pp Damaged. 
209  1935 May 4  M., G., Oxford. To: Jan Christian Smuts.  
    Invites Smuts to write for the correspondence section of the Committee of Intellectual Co-operation "to anyone you like about anything you like"; Radakrishnan, the Indian philosopher, wants to address his letter to Smuts, 2 copies of the letter attached; ends with a short synopsis of current affairs. 
    T.L. 2pp. 
    Found in: League of Nations, East and West no. 4, 1934. 
210  1935 June 5  CURTIS, Lionel, Kidlington, Oxfordshire. To: Jan Christian Smuts. 
    Thanks Smuts for a latter; Curtis, wishing to counteract extremists in the Protectorate issue, wrote a book and three articles together with Miss Perham, advocating the quick transfer of the British Protectorates in Southern Africa to South Africa; he encloses correspondence he had with Lord Lugard on the Protectorates; he suggests John Astor as the next Governor-General of South Africa; in a hand-written addendum, he informs Smuts that Krige addressed a meeting at the Royal Institute of International Affairs. 
    T.L.S. 4pp. Encloses nos. 211, 213, 214. 
211  1935 June 5  CURTIS, Lionel. To: Lord Frederick John Dealtry Lugard, Surrey. 
    Explains his views on the Protectorate issue. S.L. 2pp. Copy. Enclosed in no. 210. 
212  1935 June 20  HADFIELD. Sir Robert A., London. To: Sallie Richardson. 
    Sends a copy of a newly published book on the Royal Society of Arts; mentions that he has been awarded the Albert Gold Medal T.L.S. 1p. 
    Found in; WOOD, Sir Henry Trueman. 
    The story of the Royal Society of Arts. (S.2658) 
213  1935 June 28  SMUTS, Jan Christian To: Lionel Curtis, Kidlington, Oxfordshire. 
    Commends Curtis for his work in connection with the Protectorates; assesses implications of the conflict in Abyssinia in its wider context. 
    T.L. 1p. Copy, Enclosed in no. 210. Letter damaged 
214  1935 June  LUGARD, Lord Frederick John Dealtry, Surrey. To: Lionel Curtis, Kidlington, Oxfordshire 
    Encloses two newspaper articles on the South African Protectorates from the Economist of 1 June 1935, and the Manchester Guardian, of 28 June 1935; attached; remarks briefly on the issue. 
    A.L.S. 2pp. Enclosed in no. 210. 
215  1935 July 5  LOTHIAN, Philip Henry Kerr, 11th Marquees, London. To: Jan Christian Smuts, Irene. 
    Sends Smuts a copy of his Surge Memorial Lecture; elaborates on current issues involving Germany, France, Russia and England; he feels that England cannot remain uninvolved in the attack on Abyssinia by Mussolini. 
    T.L.S. 2pp. 
    Found in: League of Nations, East and West, no.4, 1934. 
216  1935 July 23  JACK, D.T., University of St. Andrews. To: Jan Christian Smuts, Pretoria 
    Sends Smuts a thesis by a German student, Hermann Hillmans, in whom Smuts has shown a personal interest; he also attaches copies of testimonials by himself, as Professor of Economics, and David Morrison, Professor of Moral Philosophy 
    T.L.S. 1p. 
    Found in. DERANIYAGALA, P E.P. 
    Fossil hunting in Africa. 
217  1935 Aug 16  LOTHIAN, Philip Henry Kerr, 11th Marquess, London. To: Jan Christian Smuts, Irene 
    The author explains in detail what he intended to convey in his lecture dealing with the League of Nations; stresses the necessity for United States participation in the League of Nations. 
    T.L.S. 2pp. 
    Found in; LOTHIAN, Philip Henry Kerr, 11th Marquess. 
    Pacifism is not enough nor patriotism either. (E.921) 
218  1935 Aug 27  FELLOWES, John F., Secretary, The Fellowship of the Universal. Design of Life, London. To: Jan Christian Smuts, Irene. 
    Sends Smuts a copy of a book at the request of the authoress, briefly outlines her concept of evolution. 
    T.L.S. 1p. 
    Found in: BILL, Annie 
    The conquest of death: an imminent step in evolution. (S.1409) 
219  1935 Sept 25  DAVID, Albert Augustus, Bp. Liverpool, To: Jan Christian Smuts. (MISSING) 
    Letter serves to introduce J.S. Furley, Alderman and Freeman of Winchester. T.L.S. 1p. 
220  1935 Oct 14  CURTIS, Lionel, Kidlington, Oxfordshire. To: Patrick Duncan, Johannesburg. 
    Sends him a draft of his book; warns him that he has been depicted anonymously as an example of a practical politician which could prove to be an embarrassment. 
    T..L. Copy. 1p. Enclosed in no. 221, 
    Found in: CURTIS, Lionel Civitas Dei, vol. 3. (S.2006) 
221  1935 Oct 14  CURTIS, Lionel Kidlington, Oxfordshire. To: Jan Christian Smuts. 
    Sends Smuts a draft of his book for his perusal; states in the preface his reasons for publishing the book; attaches a copy of a letter on the subject to Patrick Duncan. 
    T.L.S. 1p. Encloses no. 220. 
    Found in: CURTIS, Lionel. Civitas Dei, vol. 3. (S.2006) 
222  1935 Nov 2..  VAN RIET LOWE, Clarence, University of the Witwatersrand, Johannesburg. To: Jan Christian Smuts, Irene. (MISSING) 
    Appreciates Smuts' invitation to stay at Rooikop, but declines as he is involved in an important archaeological and geological survey of the Vaal River area. A.L.S. 4pp. 
223  1935 Nov 23  BALLOT, D.W.F., Windhoek. To: Jan. Christian Smuts.  
    Encloses a Nazi communication; informs him that Beecroft is prepared to divulge information concerning Nazi operations in South Africa; relates a conversation with Dr Ruppel who had met various South African leaders and who was convinced that South West Africa should be returned to Germany mainly for strategic reasons; mentions that Malan had been approached by the Germans to elucidate his views on South West Africa which he had then done at a public meeting. A.L.S. 3pp. 
224  1935 Nov 18.  DAVIDSON. John M., Belfast. To: Jan Christian Smuts. (MISSING) 
    Focuses on American foreign policy; encloses a relevant article entitled: Voices from the past; refers to H.L. Stimson, former Secretary of State; attached, Christian Science Monitor, vol. 27, no. 279, 24 October 1935 on American isolation. 
    T.L.S. 1p. 
225  1935 Nov 25  HALL., H. Duncan, Cape Town. To: Jan Christian Smuts.  
    Presents Smuts with a copy of an address delivered on the radio entitled: Geneva enters on the third stage; attached, 8pp., 2 of which are damaged. A.L,S. 1p. 
226  1935 Dec 5.  SAVAGE, S., Assistant. Secretary, The Linnean Society of London. To: Jan Christian Smuts, Irene.  
    A form letter indicating that Smuts has been elected a fellow of the Linnean Society; some initial rules are stipulated. 
    T.L.S. 1p. Found in: THE LINNEAN SOCIETY OF LONDON. List 1934-1935. (S.1494) 
227  1935 Dec 28 .  MITCHELL, Sir Miles E., Chairman, Manchester Development Committee. To: Jan Christian Smuts, Irene. 
    Presents Smuts, as a Freeman of the City of Manchester, with the annual accounts of the Manchester Corporation and a biographical memoir of Daniel Adamson; lauds Adamson's contribution to the development of the town. 
    T.L.S. 1p. 
    Found in: MANCHESTER City Council. 
    How Manchester is managed: a record of municipal activity with a description of the city. (E.1298) 
228  1936 Jan 10  CAPPON, Thomas, Martin, Dundee, Scotland, To: Jan Christian Smuts. 
    Asks Smuts to accept his memoirs, "an accurate reflection of Scottish life during the past 66 years"; draws his attention to the last few chapters. 
    A.L.S. 1p.. 
    Found in: CAPPON, Thomas Martin. 
    Then, now and whither: actions and reasons of a business man. (E.60) 
229  1936 Apr 8  LOTHIAN., Philip Henry Kerr, 11th Marquess, London. To: Jan Christian Smuts, Irene. (MISSING) 
    Attaches copies of speeches on the League of Nations and on Britain's role in Europe. 
    T.L.S. 2pp. Found in; LOTHIAN, Philip Henry Kerr, 11th Marquess. 
    Germany and the Rhineland: a record of the proceedings of three meetings held at Chatham House on 18 and 25 March and 2 April 1936. 
230  1936 Apr 29  WIGRAM, [-], Buckingham Palace, London. To: Jan Christian Smuts, Cape Town. 
    Forwards a book containing King George's speeches. T.L.S. 1p. 
    Found in: GEORGE: V, King of Great Britain speeches and replies to addresses, May 1910 - January 1936. (E.770) 
231  1936 May 18  BROOM, Robert, Transvaal Museum, Pretoria. To: Jan Christian Smuts, Cape Town. 
    The author sends his latest paper together with a note outlining his findings of extinct Pleistocene species; hopes to obtain some remains of Australopithecus; requests details of a cave containing fossil bones previously referred to by Smuts. 
    T.L.S. 1p. Encloses no. 232. Found in: BROOM, Robert. On the structure. of the skull in the mammal-like reptiles of the sub-order Therocephalia (S.1425) 
232  1936 May 22  SMUTS, Jan Christian, Cape Town. To: Robert Broom, Pretoria. 
    Appreciates receiving Broom's latest research papers; humorously refers to Hofmeyr's reaction on seeing a skull of his "forbears"; informs him that the cave referred to is situated near Potgietersrust. 
    T.L. 1p. Copy. Enclosed in no. 231. Found in: BROOM, Robert. 
    On the structure of the skull in the mammal-like reptiles of the sub-order Therocephalia. (S.1425) 
233  1936 July I  FROBENIUS,Leo, President, Forschungsinstitut fur Kultur morphologie, Frankfurt a.M. To: Jan Christian Smuts, Irene. 
    Recalls. his stay in South Africa; sends Smuts a newly compiled work by Jensen of his Institute on the peoples of Abyssinia in appreciation of the help and hospitality he enjoyed. 
    T.L.S. 1p. Encloses no. 236. Letter in German. 
    Found in: JENSEN, A.E. ed. 
    Im Lande des Cada: Wanderungen zwischen VolkstriMmern Sud? Abessiniens. (S.77) 
234  1936 July 12  BRANFORD, F.W., Durban. To: Jan Christian Smuts.  
    The writer sends a copy of a book on behalf of the author; he. feels that there is a kinship between the quality and trend in the author's thought and that of Smuts as expressed in "Holism"; quotes various critics of Branford's work. 
    T.L.S. 1p. 
    Found in: BRANFORD, Benchara. 
    Eros and psyche: an essay on the constitution and destiny of man. (S. 1619) 
235  1936 July 26  ?, Cheadle Hulme, Cheshire. To: Jan Christian Smuts. (MISSING) 
    Letter encloses a pamphlet on water divining; comments on the British Government's attitude concerning sanctions; suggests that Smuts visit Russia. 
    A.L.S. 3pp. 
    Found in: BUDGET, Hubert. Maitland, 
    Local variations in the penetrating radiation and their connection with water-divining. (E.1379) 
236  1936 July 28  SMUTS, Jan Christian. To: Professor Frobenius, President, Forschungsinstitut fur Kulturmorphologie, Frankfurt a M.  
    A note of thanks for the book on Abyssinia; briefly describes new archaeological discoveries at Mapungubwe. 
    T.L. 1p. Copy. Enclosed in no. 233. 
    Found in:. JENSEN, A.E. ed. be Lande des Gads: Wanderungen zwischen VoLkstrummcrn Sud?Abessiniens. (S.77) 
237  1936 Aug 20  ROSE., John Holland, Cambridge. To: Jan Christian Smuts.  
    Sends a journal containing his article on Democracy and dictatorship dealing with. the regimes of Hitler and Mussolini and the dangers they hold for democracy; refers to the possible implications of the Spanish Civil War, remarks on the role of the British Empire; mentions his continued activities in the field of the Elizabethan period; ends with personal news of his possible trip to Cape Town and the ill-health of his wife. 
    A.L.S. 2pp. 
    Found in: Liberal national magazine. Vol. 1, no. 6, August 1936. (E.1274) 
238  1936 Sept 4  GOOLD-ADAMS, Y., London. To: Jan Christian Smuts.  
    The writer sends a book written by a nineteen year old relative together with a note commenting on the League of Nations and Smuts' role in promoting world peace. 
    A.L.S. 2pp. 
    Found in: GOOLD-ADAMS, Richard John Morton. 
    South Africa today and tomorrow. (E.1983) 
239  1936 Sept 8  WAGENER, C.C.P. To: Mr Blanckenberg.  
    Asks that the accompanying manuscript be given to Smuts for his perusal; requests that Smuts write the foreword should he deem it worthwhile. A.L.S. 1p. 
    Found in: WAGENER, C.C.P. 
    Cosmos (Electro-magnetic phenomena of the universe.) 
240  1936 Sept 25  MELCHETT, Henry Ludwig MondBaron, London. To: Jan Christian Smuts, Irene., 
    The author sends Smuts a recent publication dealing with the Jewish problem, pertaining in particular to the Zionist question; requests his comments. 
    T.L.S. 1p. 
    Found in: MELCHETT, Henry Ludwig Mond, Baron. The neighbour. (E.1010) 
241  1936 Sept 29  CAPE, Jonathan, London., To: J.P.R, Wallis, Crieff, Perthshire. 
    Suggests that Smuts be approached to write an account of the history covering the previous fifty years. 
    T.L.S. 1p. Enclosed in no. 242. 
    Found in: MACNAIR, James Irvine. 
    Livingstone the liberator. (E.442) 
242  1936 Oct 1  WALLIS, J.? R., co South Africa House, London. To: Jan Christian Smuts, Irene. 
    Sends a copy of the Life of Andersson to which Smuts had written a foreword; encloses a letter from Jonathan Cape concerning his proposal. 
    A.L.S. 2pp. Enclosed no. 242. Envelope attached. 
    Found in: MACNAIR, James Irvine. Livingstone the liberator. (E.442) 
243  1936 Oct 12  SODENSTEIN, Heegard Dewald Johannes, Department of External Affairs, Pretoria. To: Jan Christian Smuts. 
    Sends Smuts two essays he has written on relations within the British Commonwealth; discusses difficulties encountered in their compilation; asks for Smuts' criticism A.L.S. 2pp. 
    Letter in Afrikaans 
    Found in: SODENSTEIN, Hielgard Dewald Johannes. 
    The indivisibility of the crown. 
244  1936 Oct 14  SMIT, Mattheus Theodorus Rehuel, Ugie, Cape Province. To: Jan Christian Smuts, Pretoria. 
    The author sends his book together with a note expressing the highest regard for Smuts' role in world politics 
    A.L.S. 2pp. 
    Letter in Afrikaans. 
    Found in: SMIT, Mattheus Theodorus Rehuel. The romance of a South African village (E 2047) 
245  1936 Nov 5  BOTHA, K., Pretoria. To: Jan Christian Smuts.  
    Sends his book to Smuts on behalf of the Transvaal Education Department as a gesture of appreciation. 
    A.L.S. 1p. 
    Letter in Afrikaans 
    Found in: BOT, A.K. 
    A century of education in the Transvaal, 1836-1936. (E.1911) 
246  1936 Nov 26  ABRAHAMS, A., New Zionist Organisation, London. To: Jan Christian Smuts, Pretoria. (MISSING) 
    Attaches information on the unrest in Palestine. T.L.S. 1p. 
    Found in: SAMUEL, Horace B. 
    Revolt by leave: certain criticisms on the anti-Zionist policy of the Palestine Government. (E.1014) 
247  1936 Nov 27  FRANK, Marielies, Post Vetschau, Germany, To: Jan Christian Smuts, Pretoria. 
    Presents her German translation of Smuts' book Africa and some world problems for his approval before publication; includes a paper she has written on her impressions of the European situation; feels that Smuts has an empathy with Germany; criticises Sarah Gertrude Millin's biography of Smuts; laments the general lack of scientific spirit in the approach to history. 
    A.L.S. 10pp. Encloses no 255. 
    Letter in German. 
    Found in: SMUTS, Jan Christian 
    Kunftiges Afrika and Weltproblems der Gegunwart. 
248  1936 Nov 30  PLANK, R., Karlsrube. To: Dr Pole Evans, Pretoria.  
    The writer forwards two books published by his Institute on the occasion of its jubilee; asks that one be forwarded to Smuts. 
    T.L S. 1p 
    Found in: TECHTISCHE HOCHSCHULE IN KARLSRUHE Kaltetechnisches Institut. 
    Tatigkeitsbericht, 1926-1936. (E.1441) 
249  193b Dec 5  BEWS, J.W., Natal University College, Pietermaritzburg. To: Jan Christian Smuts. 
    As Smuts had a profound influence on the author's philosophy, he sends. Smuts the typescript of his book for comments and criticism; if the manuscript meets with approval, he requests that Smuts write the introduction. 
    A.L.S. 2pp. 
    Found in. HEWS: J.W. 
    Life as a whole. 
250  1936 Dec 12?  GENUSSOW, M.L., Tel Aviv. To: Jan Christian Smuts.  
    Writes in a personal vein conveying the interest of her family in Smuts' work and their best wishes for 1937. A.L.S. 1p. 
    Found in: DONNAS, F. 
    Integral analysis and the phenomena of life. 
251  1937 Feb 1  AMERY, Leopold Charles Maurice Stennett, London. To: Jan Christian smuts. 
    Attaches a pamphlet on the German claim for colonies; approves of then claim provided no strategic danger is involved. 
    T.L.S. 1p. 
    Found in: AMERY, Leopold Charles Maurice Stennett. The problem of the cession of mandated territories in relation to the world situation. International affairs, vol. 16, no. 1, JanuaryFebruary 1937, pp. 3-22. 
252  1937 Feb 11  ROSE, John Holland, Cambridge. To: Jan Christian Smuts. (MISSING) 
    Encloses an off-print of his article. A.L.S. 2pp. 
    Found in: ROSE, John Holland. 
    Palmerston and the suppression of slave trade. (E.1410) 
253  1937 Feb 19  ROSE, John Holland, Cambridge. To: Jan Christian Smuts. (MISSING) 
    Sends Smuts his review of E.A. Walker's biography of W.P. Schreiner, attached; assesses the international situation and the prospects for peace; refers 'co the secret pacts between Germany, Italy and Japan. 
    A.L.S. 2pp. 
254  1937 Mar 3  NEWTON, Frances E., Secretary, Palestine Information Centre, London. To: Jan Christian Smuts, Irene.  
    Sends a book to Smuts on the Palestine issue; attaches an explanatory note on the contents of the book 
    T.L.S. 1p. 
    Found in: BOUSTANY, W.F. 
    The Palestine Mandate. 
255  1937 Mar 8  SMUTS, Jar. Christian, Cape Town. To: Marielies Frank, Post Vetschau, Germany. 
    Apologises for not having acknowledged her letter; he appreciates her translation of his book into German and its imminent publics a on; expresses some doubt as to the currency of the ideas expressed due to the time lapse since the book's publication eight years previously; advises her to inform the original publishers, 
    T.L. 7p. Copy. Enclosed. in no. 247, 
    Found in: SMUIS, Jan Christian. 
    Kunftiges Afrika und Weltprobleme der Gegenwart. 
256  1937 Apr 27  MICHAEL, A., London. To: Jan Christian Smuts, Pretoria.  
    A copy of a book sent together with the publishers' compliments. 
    T.L.S. 1p. Found in: DARVALL, Frank. 
    The pride of European peace. (E.595) 
257  1937 May 25  DRAGE, Sir Benjamin, London. To: Jan Christian Smuts, Irene. (MISSING) 
    Encloses a pamphlet on the League of Nations; suggests reasons why universal peace efforts have always failed. 
    T.L.S. 1p. 
    Found in: DRAGE, Sir Benjamin. 
    Looking Forward - a great opportunity for the League of Nations. (E.856) 
258  1937 June 7  SCHMIDT, R., Genadendal. To: Jan Christian Smuts, Pretoria.  
    Invitation to the bi-centennial celebrations at Genadendal, a mission station, on the 4th July 1937. 
    A.L.S. 1p. 
    Letter in Afrikaans. Found in: pamphlet: EVANGELIESE BROEDERKERK. 
    Georg Schmidt en sy opvolgers. 
259  1937 June 9  BAUMGARDT, David, Birmingham To: Jan Christian Smuts, Pretoria. 
    Thanks Smuts for his kind letter; briefly touches on personal losses suffered to Germany and on a new life embarked on in England; assumes that the post he wanted at the University of Cape Town has already been filled; encloses some pamphlets and essays for Smuts' perusal. 
    A.L.S. 2pp. 
    Found in: BACMGARDT, David. 
    Some merits and defects of contemporary German ethics. 
260  1937 Jun 14  SCHABERG, P.O., Cape Town. To: Jan Christian Smuts, Pretoria. 
    The Superintendent of the Monrovian Church confirms their invitation to the bi-centennial celebrations at Genadendal; should Smuts be unable to attend, a letter from him to be read at the ceremony, would be appreciated; requests a small contribution to the Georg Schmidt Fund; sends a booklet commemorating the founding of the Mission. 
    T.L.S. 1p. 
    Letter :n Afrikaans 
    Found in: pamphlet: EVANGELIESE BROEDEERKERK. Georg Schmidt en sy opvolgers. 
261  1937 June 18  LEWIS, A.D., Irrigation Department, Pretoria. To: Jan Christian Smuts, Union Buildings, Pretoria 
    Sends Smuts three papers constituting his Presidential Address to the South African Geographical Society T.L.S. 1p. 
    Found in: LEWIS, A.D. 
    Sand dunes of the Kalahari. 
262  1937 June 28  VAN DER BIJL, H.J., Johannesburg. To: Jan Christian Smuts Pretoria. (MISSING) 
    Requests Smuts to peruse the enclosed letter to O. Pirow; sketches proposals for the establishment of an oil industry in South Africa. 
    T.L.S. 1p. Encloses no. 263. 
263  1937 June 28  VAN DER BIJL, H.J., Johannesburg. To: O. Pirow, Union Buildings, Pretoria. (MISSING) 
    He outlines the proposals for the establishment of an oil industry in South Africa; attached is a thirty-page memorandum. 
    T.L. 4pp Enclosed in no. 262.. 
264  1937 July 1  ANTROBUS, M.E., Office of the High Commissioner for the United Kingdom, Pretoria. To: Jan Christian Smuts. 
    The writer sends a report on Palestine at the request of Sir William Clark; he emphasises the confidential nature of the report until publication is authorized. T.L.S. 1p. 
    Found in: PALESTINE ROYAL COMMISSION. Report. 
265  1937 July 7  ANTROBUS M.F., Office of the High Commissioner for the United Kingdom, Pretoria. To: Jan Christian Smuts. 
    Sends a confidential policy statement of His Majesty's Government on Palestine; attached, 3pp.; due for publication on 8 July. 
    T.L.S. 1p. 
    Found in: PALESTINE ROYAL COMMISSION. Report. 
266  1937 July 30  POWER, Sir John, London. To: Jan Christian Smuts, Pretoria.  
    Describes a political fact-finding tour through Europe; he attaches thirty pages, recalling conversations with men such as Dr.Eckhardt, Leader of the Opposition in Hungary; Dr Guide Schmidt, Foreign Minister of Austria; Mr Messer-Smith, former American Minister in Berlin; and Dr Kainya, Hungarian Foreign Minister. T.L S. 5pp. 
267  1937 Aug 24  POWER, Sir John; Lymington. Hampshire. To: Jan Christian Smuts, South Africa. (MISSING) 
    Focuses on Germany's policies; attaches a thirteen-page memorandum on the subject; encloses a copy of Die Friedens-Warte, vol. 40, CO 12, 1940. T.L.S. 3pp. 
268  1937 Aug 30  PRATT, P.W.H Shoeburyness. To: Jan Christian Smuts.  
    Sends Smuts two volumes on the life of H Campbell-Bannerman which belonged to his father; he recalls a year spout in the Union Defence Force on exchange, and friends made during chat time. 
    A.L.S. 4pp. 
    Found in: SPENDER, John Alfred. 
    The life of Sir Henry Campbell-Bannerman. (S.129). 
269  1937 Sept 7  MACAN, Reginald W. ,Oxford. To: Jan Christian Smuts.  
    The author consulted Smuts' Holism and evolution in writing a pamphlet; he compares the work of Smuts, Edward Carpenter and Edmund Holmes, all of whom have been influenced by Walt Whitman's teachings. A.L.S. 2pp. 
    Found in. CONFERENCE ON NEW IDEALS IN EDUCATION, Oxford, 1937.. 
    A tribute to the memory of Edmund A.C. Holmes. (S.535) 
270  1937 Sept 9  MACDONALD, Malcolm, Downing Street, London. To: the Department of Foreign Affairs, Pretoria. 
    A circular despatch attaching copies of the Report of the Royal Commission on Palestine. 
    T.L. 1p. Copy. Encloses no. 274. Damaged 
    Found in. PALESTINE ROYAL COMMISSION. Summary of report. 
271  1937 Sept 17  BROOM, Robert, Transvaal Museum, Pretoria. To: Jan Christian Smuts. 
    Describes. his latest archaeological find, the lower wisdom. tooth of the Sterkfontein Anthropoid; speculates on its relevance to evolution. A.L.S. 2pp. Illus. 
272  1937 Sept 21  EUVRARD, B.A., Private Secretary to the Minister of Commerce, Pretoria. To: Private secretary to Smuts, Pretoria. (MISSING) 
    Sends a memorandum outlining the proposed oil industry in South Africa, attached, 13pp. T.L.S. 1p. 
273  1937 Sept 23  BROOM, Robert, Transvaal Museum, Pretoria. To: Jan Christian Smuts, Irene. 
    Estimates age of the Boskop Man and the Sterkfontein Ape, attempts to place fossil finds in their correct chronological order; attaches a list of Transvaal fossil mammals, 1p. 
    A.L.S. 2pp. Envelope attached. 
274  1937 Sept 24  DU PLESSIS, F., Department of Foreign Affairs, Pretoria To: the Private Secretary to the Minister of Justice, Jan Christian. Smuts. (MISSING) 
    Forwards a circular despatch, together with a summary of the Report of the Royal Commission on Palestine. 
    T.L.S. 1p. Enclosed in no 270.. 
    Letter in Afrikaans. 
    Found in: PALESTINE ROYAL COMMISSION . Summary of report 
275  1937 Sept 24  COLLYER, J.J,. Cape Town To: Jan Christian Smuts, (Pretoria). (MISSING) 
    He forwards four chapters of his forthcoming book entitled: the South Africans with General Smuts in German East Africa, 1916. (E.1957) A.L.S. 4pp. 
276  1937 Sept 29  VILJOEN, I.R., Secretary, Department of Agriculture and Forestry. To: the Personal Secretary to Jan Christian Smuts. 
    Explores the potential for soya bean production in South Africa; memorandum attached, 8pp. 
    T.L.S. 1p. 
    Letter in Afrikaans. 
    Found in: VAN DER POST, A.P. Economics of agriculture. (S.2738) 
277  1937 Oct 13  MARR, James W.S., London. To: Jan Christian Smuts, Cape Town. 
    Recalls meeting Smuts on board the Discovery II in Simonstown whilst en route to the Antarctic; remembering his interest, he sends him his paper on the South Orkney Islands; informs him of Discovery II's fifth Antarctic voyage. 
    A.L.S. 1p. Found in: MARR, James W.S. 
    The South Orkney Islands. (S.630) 
278  1937 Oct 18  KOFFKA, Kurt, Smith College, Massachusetts. To: Jan Christian Smuts, Irene 
    Sends his book and one by Dr. Mary R. Harrower, together with an explanatory note; he maintains that holism propounds the general spirit of Gestalt Psychology. 
    T.L.S. 1p. Encloses no. 293. 
    Found in: KOFFKA, Kurt. 
    Principles of Gestalt Psychology. (S.2161) 
279  1937 Oct 19  SMUTS, Jan Christian, Pretoria To: J.J. Collyer, Cape Town. (MISSING) 
    Suggests amendments co the first twelve chapters of The South Africans with General Smuts in German East Africa. 
    T.L. 6pp. 4 Copies. 
    Original draft of letter in Smuts' handwriting attached. 
280  1937 Oct 25  COLLYER, J.J.. Cape Town. To: Jan Christian Smuts, Pretoria. (MISSING) 
    A note thanking Smuts for interest shown in his manuscript, outlines aims and progress made. A.L.S. 4pp. 
281  1937 Oct 26  COLLYER, J.J., Cape Town. To: the Private Secretary co Smuts, Pretoria. (MISSING) 
    Requests that the enclosed draft memorandum be typed before presenting it Co Smuts; draft attached. A.L.S. 2pp. 
282  1937 Oct 29  SMUTS, Jan Christian To: J.J. Collyer, Cape Town (MISSING)  
    A note of thanks for three additional chapters of his book, comments on the movement from Kahe to Lukigura. 
    T.L. 1p. Copy. 
283  1937 Nov 1  SMUTS, Jan Christian, Pretoria. To: J.J. Collyer, Cape Town. (MISSING)  
    Smuts comments further on previous communications concerning Collyer's book; compliments him on his work. T.L 1p. Copy. 
284  1937 Nov 2  SMUTS, Jan Christian, Pretoria. To: J.J. Collyer, Cape Town. (MISSING)  
    Suggests a few alterations to Collyer's draft preface; attached is chapter seven, with corrections in Collyer's handwriting. T.L. 1p. Copy 
285  1937 Nov 2  HANKIN, Ernest Hanbury, Cornwall. To: Jan Christian Smuts. 
    An in-depth discussion on his concept of nationalism; sends Smuts a copy of his book. T.L.S. 2pp.. Encloses no. 292. 
    Found in: NANKIN, Ernest Hanbury. Nationalism and the communal mind. (E 1269) 
286  1937 Nov 3  COLLYER, J.J., Cape Town. To: Jan Christian Smuts (MISSING)  
    Thanks Smuts for his letter and comments of the 29th October, promises to send chapters five and seven after they have been typed. A.L.S. 3pp. 
287  1937 Nov 5  VAN RIET LODE, Clarence, Bureau of Archaeology, Johannesburg, To: Jan Christian Smuts, Pretoria.  
    Confirms their luncheon appointment prior to an expedition. to the Bushveld; encloses a copy of his paper entitled: The geology and archaeology of the Vaal River Basin in appreciation of Smuts' role in the establishment of the Bureau of Archaeology. T.L.S. 1p. 
    Found loose on shelf. 
288  1937 Nov 6  COLLYER, J..J., Cape Town. To: the Private Secretary to Smuts. (MISSING)  
    Forwards amendments to chapter five; requests that the draft be typed prior to Smuts' perusal; draft attached. A.L.S. 2pp. 
289  1937 Nov 6.  COLLYER, J.J., Cape Town. To: Jan Christian Smuts. (MISSING)  
    Advises Smuts that he sent the amendments to chapter five to his Personal Secretary to be typed; comments on the Reata account, Kondoa Irangi and Tighe. A.L.S. 12pp. 
290  1937 Nov 10  VAN RIET:LOWE, Clarence. Bureau of Archaeology, Johannesburg. To: Jan Christian Smuts, Irene (MISSING)  
    Requests Smuts to peruse the draft of a paper proposing a regional survey of the pre-history of South Africa; mentions his inadequacies in the fields of botany and ecology and his need for a second opinion concerning these fields; stresses the size and mineral potential of the area. T.L.S. 1p 
    Found loose on shelf. 
291  1937 Nov 19  SMUTS.. Jan Christian, Pretoria. To: J.J. Collyer, Cape Town. (MISSING)  
    Approves of amendments made to various chapters. T.L. 1p. Copy. 
292  1937 Nov 21  SMUTS, Jan Christian. To: E.H. Hankin, Cornwall. (MISSING)  
    A letter of thanks to the author for his book on nationalism; reflects on its importance in the nineteenth and twentieth centuries. 
    T.L. 1p. Copy. Enclosed in no. 285. 
    Found in: NANKIN, Ernest Hanbury 
    Nationalism and the communal mind. (E. 1269) 
293  1937 Nov, 22  COLLYER, J.J., Cape Town. To: Jan Christian Smuts, Pretoria. (MISSING)  
    Elaborates on chapters twelve to fifteen of his book. A.L.S. 7pp. 
294  1937 Nov 22  SMUTS; Jan Christian, Pretoria. To: Kurt Koffka, Massachusetcs. 
    Letter of thanks for the two books Koffka had sent; praises his work in Gestalt Psychology and related work in the field; refers to the principle of Holism and its increasing relevance, links Gestalt Psychology and Plato's philosophy of ideal forms as the basis of all knowledge. T.L. 1p. Copy. Enclosed in no. 278. 
    Found in: KOFFKA, Kurt. 
    Principles of Gestalt Psychology, (S.2161) 
295  1937 Dec 1  JEFFREYS, W. Rees, Haywards Heath, Sussex. To: Jan Christian Smuts, Irene. 
    The author sends his article dealing with the colonial problem in Africa; he suggests federalism as a solution; suggests Smuts takes the initiative in promoting a conference in this regard. T.L.S. 1p. 
    Found in: JEFFREYS; W. Rees. 
    The government of Africa. (E.137) 
296  1937 Dec 2  COLLYER, J.J., Cape Town. To: Jan Christian Smuts, Pretoria. (MISSING)  
    Advises Smuts that he has sent the retyped preface of his book to Smuts' Personal Secretary, including additions to the Kondoa Irangi and the Kissaki chapters, informs Smuts of a dinner for South African and German ex-servicemen which he attended in Cape Town. A.L.S. 12pp. 
297  1937 Dec 13  COLLYER, J.J., Cape Town. To: Jan Christian Smuts, Pretoria. (MISSING)  
    Explains some aspects of the last chapter; requests Smuts to write a foreword to the book. A.L.S. 19pp. 
298  1937 Dec 20.  COLLYER, J.J., Cape Town. To: Jan Christian Smuts, Pretoria. (MISSING)  
    Thanks Smuts for writing the foreword to the book; explains the system of maps he is proposing to include. A.L.S. 4pp. 
299  1938 Mar 28:  DE KOCK, H. Carl, Pretoria. To: Jan Christian Smuts, Pretoria, 
    Sends his. Book based on his experiences in re-tracing Louis Trichardt's expedition over the Drakensberg. T.L.S. 1p. 
    Letter in Afrikaans. Found in: DE KOCK, H. Carl: Op Trichardt se spoor oor die Drakensberge. (E.1837) 
300  1938 Apr 15 .  STEVENS; George., Editor: Saturday review of literature New. York. To: Jan. Christian Smuts, Irene. 
    Despatches book by former editor of Foreign affairs; requests that Smuts consider it for review purposes. T.L.S. 1p. 
    Found in: SWANSWICK, Helena Maria: Collective insecurity. (E.968) 
301  1938 Apr 22  EMMETT, Eric, Cape Town. To: Jan Christian Smuts.  
    Sends Smuts a complimentary copy of his book. A.L.S. l:p. 
    Found in: EMMETT, Eric. The law of negotiable instruments in South Africa. (S.2929) 
302  1938 May 24.  BURTON; Sir Montague., Harrogate. To: Jan Christian Smuts, Irene, 
    As references are made to Smuts, author sends him a copy of his book at the suggestion of Charles Manning. T.L.S. 1p. 
    Found in: BURTON, Sir Montague. Globe girdling: impressions of an amateur observer. (S.612) 
303  1938 May 28  NAUDE. J.C., Buffelsvlei, Lydenburg District. To: Jan Christian Smuts. 
  Offers to act as guide on a proposed expedition, following Trichardt's trek over the Drakensberg; requests Smuts assistance in renaming the farm "Gibraltar" to "Trichardtsfontein" in his honour. A.L.S. 2pp. 
    Letter in Afrikaans. 
    Found in. DE KOCK, H. Carl Op Trichardt se spoor oor die Drakensberge. (E.1831) 
304  1938 June 24  FALK, Oswald T., London. To: R.H. Brand, London. 
    The writer. is confused by Brand's speech reported The Times on his attitude towards British foreign policy and requests clarity; attaches one of his own speeches reported in the Manchester Guardian. 2pp. 
    T.L. 2pp. Copy. Enclosed in no. 318. 
305  1938 June 27  BRAND, R.H.,London. To: Oswald T. Falk,London.  
    The writer queries Falk's statements concerning Falk's arbitration in international disputes; after obtaining clarity on this point, he is then prepared to explain his stance on foreign policy. T.L. 1p. Copy. Enclosed in no. 318. 
306  1938 July 4  FALK, Oswald, T London. To: R.H. Brand, London.  
    Discusses at length their fundamental differences on foreign policy, the League of Nations and the Court of International Justice. T.L. 2pp. Copy. Enclosed in no. 318. 
307  1938 July 6  ?, Volk und Reich Verlag, Berlin. To: Jan Christian Smuts, Pretoria. 
    Book sent together with the publisher's compliments; requests his opinion of the book. T.L.S. 1p. 
    Signature illegible. 
    Found in: JANOVSKY, Karl. Begegnung mit Afrika. (E.245) 
308  1938 July 12  WEIZMANN, Chaim, London. To Malcolm MacDonald, Colonial Office, London 
    Explains in depth his ideas concerning the Palestine Question; the attitude of various Middle East countries, and the role of Great Britain; attaches a report of an interview with Prince Mohammed Ali, copy 6 pp.; memorandum in French on the Middle East Question also enclosed, 7pp. 
    T.L. 7pp. Copy. Enclosed in no. 309. 
309  1938 July 12  WEIZMANN, Chaim, The Jewish Agency for Palestine, London. To Jan Christian Smuts, Pretoria. 
    Sends a copy of a letter to the Colonial Secretary; attaches the Agency's memorandum to the Palestine Partition Commission, 34pp. 
    T.L S. 1p Encloses no. 308, 
310  1938 July 13  BRAND, N. H., London. To Oswald T. Falk, London.  
    Propounds at length on various aspects of world affairs, including British foreign policy, and the role of the League of Nations. 
    T.L 12pp, Copy- Enclosed in no. 318. 
311  1938 July 14  FALK, Oswald, T., London- To R.H. Brand, London. (MISSING)  
    Acknowledges receipt of Brand's letter; detailed answer to follow. 
    T.L. 1p. Copy Enclosed in no 318 
312  1938 July 18  BRAND, R.H., London. To Oswald T. Falk, London . 
    Amends his previous views on peace-keeping after re?reading Norman Angell's book 
    T.L. 1p. Copy Enclosed in no. 318. 
313  1938 July 18  CILLIERS, Andries Charl, Stellenbosch. To: Jan Christian Smuts. 
    Disagrees with Armstrong's biography on Smuts; suggests that Smuts compiles his own memoirs, or alternativelytchat he be granted permission to do so; sends Smuts his book under separate cover. A.L.S. 3pp. 
    Letter in Afrikaans. 
    Found in: CILLIERS, Andries Charl. 
    South African nationalism or British holism? (S.2890) 
314  1938 July 18  FALK, Oswald T., London. To R.H. Brand, London.  
    Answers his letter in detail; realises their ultimate solution coincides but their approach differs. 
    T.L. 2pp. Copy Enclosed in no. 318. 
315  1938 July 19  FALK, Oswald T., London: To R.H. Brand, London.  
    Thanks him for his letter in which he modifies his views; however detects a further schism concerning their thinking on foreign policy. 
    T.L. 1p Copy Enclosed in no. 318. 
316  1938 July 21  BRAND, R.H., London. To Oswald T. Falk, London.  
    Summarises fundamental differences in their thinking on world affairs. 
    2 pp. Copy. Enclosed in no. 318. 
317  1938 July 22  FALK, Oswald T., London. To R.N. Brand, London 
    Thanks him for clarifying certain issues. T.L 1P. Copy Enclosed in no. 318. 
318  1938 Aug 12  SMITH, E.M., London. To Jan Christian Smuts.  
    Brand's Personal Secretary forwards recent correspondence between Brand and Falk, as well as a copy of an address delivered by Brand, address not attached. 
    T.L.S. 1p. Encloses nos 304, 305, 306, 310, 311, 312, 314, 315, 316, 317. 
319  1938 Sept 2  HESSE, Victor, Potchefstroom. To Jan Christian Smuts.  
    Refers to Smuts' interest in re-tracing the route followed by the Louis Trichardt expedition; informs him that a French-inscribed sword was found on a farm where charred remains of Trekker wagons were located. 
    A.L.S. 2pp. 
    Letter in Afrikaans. 
    Found in: DE KOCK, H. Carl. 
    A.L.S. 2pp. 
    Letter in Afrikaans. 
    Found in: DE KOCK, H. Carl. 
    Op Trichardt se spoor oor die Drakensberge. (E.1831) 
320  1938 Oct 18  WEIZMANN, Chaim, London To Jan Christian Smuts, Pretoria.  
    Summarises the situation in Palestine; requests that Smuts use his influence with the British Government to resolve the issue. 
    T.L.S. 4pp. Encloses no. 324. 
    Found in: ROYAL INSTITUTE OF INTERNATIONAL AFFAIRS. 
    Information Department. Great Britain and Palestine, 1915-1936. 
321  1938 Oct 20  PHILLIPS, Tracy, Berkshire. To: Jan Christian Smuts.  
    Discusses his views on colonialism in Africa; concentrates mainly on German colonial claims; forwards a paper delivered to the Reale Accademia d'Italia, dealing in part with the colonial question, attached. 23pp; attaches an agenda and papers from that meeting, 15pp.. 
    T.L.S. 1p. 
322  1938 Oct 27  AMERY, Leopold Charles Maurice Stennett. London. To: Jan Christian Smuts. 
    Discusses the Palestine situation, blames Wauchope and the Colonial Office for the intensification of the rebellion; mentions the difficulties presented by the Woodhead Report on the question of partition; discusses British Government plans for the territory, requests Smuts personally to influence Roosevelt. T.L.S. 3pp. 
323  1938 Oct 28  CLARK, William H., Office of the High Commissioner for the United Kingdom, Pretoria. To: Jan Christian Smuts. 
324  1938 Nov 4  SMUTS, Jan Christian. To: Chaim Neumann, London.  
    Expresses his concern regarding the situation in Palestine; enlarges on his impressions of the Palestine Partition Commission Report. 
    T.L. Copy. 3pp. Enclosed in no. 320. 
325  1938 Nov 7  CLARK, William H., Office of the High Commissioner for the United Kingdom, Pretoria. To: Jan Christian Smuts 
    Sends a summary of the Report of the Palestine Partition Commission, 11pp., together with a policy statement regarding Palestine, 4pp.; confidential nature emphasized until published in London. T.L.S. 2pp. 
326  1938 Nov 10  ? , Secretary, South African Zionist Federation, Johannesburg. To: Jan Christian Smuts, Irene. 
    Sends Smuts documentation concerning reaction to the recently published report of the Palestine Partition Commission; attached, 11pp. T.L.S. 1p. 
    Signature illegible. 
327  1938 Nov 25  MACMILLAN, Glenwyn, Pretoria. To: Jan Christian Smuts.  
    Presbyterian Minister sends Smuts a copy of his address entitled: Nation building and the call for moral rearmament; attached, 7pp. A.L.S. 2pp. 
328  1938 Nov 27  SPILHAUS, Arnold Wilhelm, Cape Town. To: Jan Christian Smuts. 
    Sends a copy of his booklet in which he endeavours to explain holism to the layman. A.L.S. 1p. 
    Frayed. 
    Found in: SPI.LHAUS, Arnold Wilhelm.. 
    Over the coffee and a cigar. (8.1930) 
329  1938 Nov 30  WRIGHT, Howell, Cleveland, Ohio. To: Jan Christian Smuts, Pretoria 
    Sends Smuts eight photographs of the "Howell Wright Collection of Rhodesiana and South Africana" which was exhibited at the Cleveland Public Library; asks Smuts for as autographed photograph of himself to be included in the next exhibition. T.L.S. 1p 
    Found: loose on a shelf. 
    Photographs found in: WALKER, Eric Anderson. Historical atlas of South Africa. (E.2080) 
330  1938 Dec 9  BREADY, J. Wesley, London. To: Jan Christian Smuts, Irene. 
    Sends him a copy of his latest book; discusses general reaction to its publication. T.L.S. 2pp. 
    Found in: BREADY, J. Wesley 
    England: before and after Wesley. 
331  1938 Dec 30  ? , Personal Secretary to Smuts. To: Alfred Metzner, Publishers, Berlin. 
    Note of acknowledgement and thanks for copies of Die holistische Welt, a translation of Smuts' book. (S.1926) 1p. Copy. 
332  1939 Jan 3  FREETH, C., Pretoria, To: Jan Christian Smuts.  
    Encloses a copy of his lecture on Bush fighting, attached, 22pp., for Smuts' comments; analyses experiences undergone during the German East Africa Campaign A.I. S. 1p. Damaged. 
333  1939 Jan 12  RADAKRISHNAN, Sir Sarvepalli, Oxford. To: Jan Christian Smuts. 
    Requests Smuts to contribute an essay for a book honouring Mahatma Gandhi on his seventieth birthday; hopes to meet Smuts in Cape Town; complimentary slip from the publisher attached. T.L.S. 1p. 
    Found in: RADAKRISHNAN, Sir Sarvepalli, ed. Mahatma Gandhi: essays and reflections on his life and work, presented to him on his seventieth birthday. 
334  1939 Jan 17  FRYER, F., Port Shepstone To: Jan Christian Smuts, Pretoria. 
    Contrasts the philosophical thoughts as postulated in his book with those propounded by Smuts in Holism and evolution. 
    T.L.S. 2pp. 
    Found in: FRYER, F. 
    The search for life. (S.1692) 
335  1939 Feb 2  DE KOCK, H. Carl, Pretoria. To: Jan Christian Smuts, Cape Town. 
    Gives his opinion on various aspects of the Trichardt Trek which he recently re-traced; maintains it is most unlikely that the Trichardt family went through Chuenies Poort on their way to the North; blames Carolus Trichardt for the failure of the expedition. T.L.S. 3pp. 
    Letter in Afrikaans. Found in: DE KOCK, H. Carl. Is Trichardt deur Chuenies Poort? (E.1965) 
336  1939 Mar 3  DUNCAN, Patrick, Government House, Cape Town. To: Jan Christian Smuts. 
    At the request of Lionel Curtis, he forwards a copy of a book by Streit, proposing a scheme of world federation; Duncan expresses his scepticism of the idea. A.L.S. 2pp. 
    Found in: STREIT, Clarence Kirshman. Union now. (S.2065) 
337  1939 May 1  SIRKS, M.J., Groningen. To: Jan Christian Smuts, Pretoria. 
    The writer presents Smuts with a report on Ekskursie van Nederlandse bioloe in Suid Afrika, 1938. T.L.S, 1p. 
    Letter in Dutch. 
    Found in: BIOLOGIESCHE RAAD VAN NEDERLAND. Commissie voor Zuidafrika, Report 
338  1939 June 24  VAHIDUDDIN, S., Hyderabad. To: Jan Christian Smuts  
    Forwards a copy of his talk to the Hyderabad Educational Conference, entitled: Schiller's philosophy of education and culture, attached, 17pp.; briefly sketches his own academic background, T.L.S. 1p. 
339  1939 July 12  TAVISTOCK, Hastings William, 11th Marquess, Haywards Heath. To: Jan Christian Smuts (MISSING)  
    Encloses a pamphlet entitled: Poverty and over-taxation. 
    T.L.S. 1p. 
    Found in: TAVISTOCK, Hastings William, 11th Marquess. 
    Poverty and over-taxation: the way out. (E.261) 
340  1939 Sept 22  SAHA, M.N., Calcutta. To: Jan Christian Smuts, Irene.  
    Requests Smuts to play an active role in securing international recognition for Sir Brahmachari's pioneering work in discovering Urea Stibamine, an organic antimony compound which cures a tropical disease called Kala-azar. T.L.S. 2pp. 
    Found in: BRAHMACHARI, Sir U.N. The scientific work of Sir U.N. Brahmachari. 
341  1939 Sept 27  BAYLY, Hugh Wansey, London. To: Jan Christian Smuts.  
    Presents his book; mentions Britain's indebtedness to Smuts during the First World War. A.L.S. 2pp. 
    Found in: BAYLY, Hugh Wansey. Air challenge and the locusts. (E 1165) 
342  1939 Oct 6  IWI, Edward F., London. To: Jan Christian Smuts, Cape Town 
    The writer encloses his paper due to be presented at a meeting in London; he hopes to meet Smuts. T.L.S. 1p. 
    Found in: THE GROTIUS SOCIETY. A plea for an imperial privy council and judicial committee. 
343  1939 Oct 24  DU TOIT, P.J., Director of Veterinary Services, Onderstepoort. To: Jan Christian Smuts, Union Buildings, Pretoria. 
    Prior to Smuts' unveiling of Sir Arnold Theiler's memorial, he sends biographical details, 2pp; his book, and an article, 4pp. T.L.S. 1p. 
    Letter in Afrikaans. 
    Found in: DU TOIT, P.J. and JACKSON, Cecil The life and work of Sir Arnold Theiler. 
344  1940 Feb 1  LIMEBEER, A.J., Chamber of Mines, Johannesburg. To: Jan Christian Smuts, Cape Town. 
    Presents Smuts with a book written by his friend, a scholar in the field of international affairs. T.L.S. 2pp. 
    Found in: MITRANY, David. 
    The progress of international government. (E.931) 
345  1940 Hay 21  TASKER, Irene G., Johannesburg. To: Jan Christian Smuts.  
    Congratulates him on his seventieth birthday; encloses a pamphlet in which Holism is mentioned. A.L.S. 2pp. 
    Found in: RUGG-GUNN, Andrew. 
    F. Matthias Alexander and the problem of animal behaviour. (S.1543) 
346  1940 July 5  PARKER, R.B., Private Secretary to President Butler, New York. To: Jan Christian Smuts, Irene. 
    Publishers will send Smuts the second volume of 
    President Butler's recollections. T.L.S. 1p. 
    Found in: BUTLER, Nicolas Murray. Across the busy years: recollections and reflections. (S.127) 
347  1940 Sept 2  COCHRANE, T'homas, London. To: Jan Christian Smuts, Irene. (MISSING)  
    Compliments Smuts on his radio message; asks him to contribute an article to Cochrane's publication World dominion and the world today. T.L.S. 1p. 
    Found in: World dominion and the world today, vol. 18, no. 5, 1940. (E.1377) 
348  1940 Oct 2  WILKIE, R.W., Lovedale, Alice District. To: Jan Christian Smuts. 
    Presents Smuts with a commemoration booklet; recalls meeting him at a graduation ceremony at Fort Hare at which his colleague in the War Cabinet was also present; assures him of the Lovedale community's support. 
    A.L.S. 2pp. 
    Found in: SHEPHERD, Robert Henry Wishart. Lovedale, South Africa: the story of a century, 1841-194). (E,2221) 
349  1940 Oct 11  LOEB, Willem, Pretoria. To: Jan Christian Smuts.  
    Book sent together with a complimentary note from the author. 
    A.L.S. 1p. Letter in Dutch 
    Found in: LOEB, Willem, comp. Hollands helicon: een keur uit de Nederlandsche en Vlaamsche dichters vanaf 1900. (E.1080) 
350  1940 Oct 12  ELIBANK, Viscount, Walkerburn. To: Jan Christian Smuts. (MISSING)  
    Encloses a House of Lords debate, in which he participated. A.L.S. 1p 
    Found in: GREAT BRITAIN. Parliament House of Lords Debates, vol. 117, no. 91, 8 October 1940. 
351  1940 Oct 18  GEVERS, Traugott Wilhelm, University of the Witwatersrand. To: Jan Christian Smuts, Irene. 
    Thanks Smuts for a letter of sympathy received after he had been attacked by an elephant during a geological expedition to the Belgian Congo; invites Smuts to a film show based on the expedition. A.L.S. 4pp. 
    Found in: GEVERS, Traugott Wilhelm. 
    The eruption of Nyamlagira volcano in the Kiva district of the Belgian Congo. 
352  1940 Oct 26  RICHARDSON, Sallie, Port Elizabeth. To: Jan Christian Smuts. 
    Sends a treatise by Dr. Ludwig Jablonski, a German scientist in Port Elizabeth; manuscript in German attached, 37pp.; imparts some personal news and mentions that she is prepared to begin on Smuts' records. T.L.S. 2pp. 
353  1940 Nov 4  HOWARD, Graeme Keith, General Motors Corporation, New York. To: Jan Christian Smuts, Pretoria. 
    Sends his book together with compliments; hopes to meet Smuts on a forthcoming visit to South Africa and discuss the world situation with him; business card attached. 
    TL.S. 1p, Found in: HOWARD, Graeme Keith. America and a new world order. (E.525) 
354  1940 Dec 5  STEPHENSON, Thomas Allan, University of Cape Town. To: Jan Christian Smuts, Irene, 
    Sends Smuts a gift of books prior to taking up a post in England. Included in the gift are two books of a biological survey which he undertook in South Africa; recalls their discussion on marine biology. A.L.S. 2pp. 
    Found in: STEPHENSON, Thomas Allan. The constitution of the intertidal fauna and flora of South Wales. 
355  1940 Dec 12  DUNCAN, Patrick, Government House, Pretoria. To: Jan Christian Smuts. 
    Sends a philosophical paper entitled: Immortality of the soul in the Platonic dialogues and Aristotle 32pp. for Smuts' perusal; refers to a quotation by Horace. A.L.S. 2pp. 
356  1940 Dec 21  SLATER, Francis Carey, Cape Town. To: Jan Christian Smuts. 
    The author includes two parodies entitled: We unlimited 1p. and The jackal and the porcupine 2pp. which she wrote for propaganda purposes; comments on her earlier works. A.L.S. 1p 
    Found in: SLATER, Francis Carey. 
    The trek: a poem. (S.2949) 
357  1941 Mar 11  BARTON, G.R.C., Pretoria. To: J. Pohl, Pretoria.  
    Requests Smuts' Private Secretary to ensure that Smuts receives a book which he despatched. A.L.S. 2pp. 
    Found in: STOBART, John Clarke. The grandeur that was Rome: a survey of Roman culture and civilization. (S.48) 
358  1941 Mar 29  MACNAIR, James Irvine, Chairman of Trust, The Scottish National Memorial to David Livingstone, Blantyre, Scotland. To: Jan Christian Smuts, Cape Town. 
    Sends a book he had specially bound for Smuts; mentions that Smuts' assessment of Livingstone has been quoted both in the book and at centenary celebrations. A.L.S. 2pp. 
    Found in: MACNAIR, James Irvine. Livingstone the liberator. (E.442) 
359  1941 Apr 24  DAVIES, David, Baron, London. To: Jan Christian Smuts.  
    Unnamed book sent together with the compliments of the writer as a token of his esteem for Smuts. A.L.S. 2pp. 
360  1941 May 21  FRANKLIN, Cyril H.H.; President, Birmingham Metallurgical Society. To: Jan Christian Smuts. 
    Sends Smuts his address to the Society; outlines the present economic situation; states that clarification of social and economic issues is needed. T.L.S. 1p. 
    Found in: pamphlet: FRANKLIN, Cyril H.H. Industrial progress, whither and why. (E.803) 
361  1941 Sept 25  LOUW, A.A., Morgenster, Southern Rhodesia. To: Jan Christian Smuts, Pretoria. 
    Thanks Smuts for his letter of sympathy after the death of his wife; describes recent jubilee celebrations and includes a booklet written by his son. A.L.S. 2pp. 
    Letter in Afrikaans.. 
    Found in; LOUW, A.C. Jubileum van die Nederduits Gereformeerde Kerk sending in Mashonaland, 1941. 
362  1941 Oct 6  PHELAN, E.J., International Labour Organisation, Montreal. To: Jan Christian Smuts, Pretoria. 
    Forwards an advance copy of a report due for presentation at the International Labour Organisation Conference to be held in New York, 1941; indicates composition of the delegations; recalls meeting Smuts in 1930 during the Silicosis Conference held in Johannesburg. T.L.S. 2pp. 
    Found in: PHELAN, E.J. The LLO and reconstruction. 
363  1941 Oct 16  BARNARD, Keppel H., Honorary Secretary, The Mountain Club of South Africa, Cape Town. To: Jan Christian Smuts. 
    Encloses the menu card of the Club's commemoration dinner as a souvenir, attached; thanks Smuts for his message which was read at the dinner. T.L.S. 1p. 
364  1941 Nov 7  KEPPEL, F.P., President, Carnegie Corporation of New York. To: Jan Christian Smuts. 
    Recommends a book on endowed philanthropy which will be sent to him by the publishers. A.L.S. 1p. 
    Found in; LESTER, Robert M. Forty years of Carnegie giving. (F.304) 
365  1941 Nov 20  ? , Sucrata:ye Cape Town Hebrew Congregation. To: Jan Christian Smuts; Pretoria. 
    Booklet presented to Smuts on behalf of Rabbi Abrahams and the Wardens of the Congregation. T.L.S. 1p. 
    Signature illegible. 
    Found in: HERRMAN, Louis. The Cape Town Hebrew Congregation: a centenary history. 
366  1941 Nov 24  WILKINSON, C. Edgar, Central Methodist Church, Durban. To: Jan Christian Smuts, Pretoria. 
    Book sent together with the author's compliments; acknowledges his indebtedness to Smuts. T.L.S. 1p. 
    Found in: WILKINSON, C. Edgar. the sign of victory; a broadcast address (E.1762) 
367  1941 Dec 5  QUEENBOROUGH, Lord, Hatfield, Hertfordshire. To: Jan Christian Smuts, Pretoria. 
    Personal note wishing Smuts health and success; attached to a compliment slip. T.L.S. 1p. 
    Found in: HAMILTON, G. Rustrevor. 
    The trumpeter of St. George. (E.1073) 
368  1941 Dec 20  COHN, Ernst E., Johannesburg. To: Jan Christian Smuts, Irene. 
    Presents Smuts his thesis on the South African constitution which was submitted to the University of Greifswald; hopes that it will be translated into English and Afrikaans and used as a textbook. T.L.S. 2pp. 
    Found in: COHN, Ernst E. 
    Die sudafrikanische Union: ihre Verfassuag and Stellung im Rahmen des britischen Reiches. (E.2154) 
369  1942 Jan 19  HAMMAN, E.M., University of Pretoria, Pretoria. To: Jan Christian Smuts. 
    Sends an article relevant to the pending Hire Purchase Bill. T.L.S. 1p. 
    Letter in Afrikaans 
370  1942 Feb 25  PENNY, Eric J., Cape Town. To: the Private Secretary to Smuts, Cape Town. 
    As Smuts is due to open a new naval training base, a book dealing with South African volunteer units might be of interest to him. T.L.S 1p. 
    Found in: HAY, Serald. History of the R.N.V.R,: South African division. (E.2134) 
371  1942 Mar 12  DUNCAN, Patrick, Government House, Cape Town. To: Jan Christian Smuts. 
    Sends a book inscribed to Smuts but found in Sir Abe Bailey's library. A.L.S. 1p. 
    Found in: CHURCHILL, Sir Winston Leonard Spencer. Marlborough: his life and times. (S.794) 
372  1942 Apr 8  AMERY, Leopold Charles Maurice Stennett, India Office, Whitehall. To: Jan Christian Smuts. 
    The writer includes a lecture dealing with the post-war world and possible settlements; briefly discusses the inability to bring different parties in India together. 
    T.L.S. 1p. 
    Frayed. 
    Found in: AMERY, Leopold Charles Maurice Stennett. The British Commonwealth and the world. (E.102) 
373  1942 Apr 14  KHAN, Sir Shafa’at Ahmad, High Commissioner for India in South Africa, Cape Town. To: Jan Christian Smuts. 
    Draws attention to the latter half of his book which deals with the problems faced by Sir Frederick Cripps in India; comments on Smuts' role in world affairs. 
    A.L.S. 1p. 
    Found in: KHAN, Sir Shafa'at Ahmad. 
    The new constitution and after. (E.564) 
374  1942 May 18  GRENVILLE, Harold, Hastings To: Jan Christian Smuts, Irene. 
    Requests Smuts to study his pamphlet. T.L.S. 1p. 
    Found in: GRENVILLE, Harold. 
    After the war: some suggestions for winning the peace and consolidating the future. (E.:714) 
375  1942 May 18  REES, G.M., Principal Matron, SANS, Middle East. To: Mrs Smuts. 
    Presents Mrs Smuts with a souvenir commemorating her visit to the women serving with the Union Defence Force in the Middle East. A.L.S. 1p. 
    Found in: CRABITÊS, Pierre. 
    The spoilation of Suez. (E.512) 
376  1942 May 22  TASKER, Irene G , Johannesburg To: Jan Christian Smuts. The writer presents Smuts with F Matthias Alexander's latest book 
    A.L.S. 1p. Found in: ALEXANDER, F Matthias. The universal constant in the living, (E.1308) 
377  1942 June 15  WAVELL, Archibald Percival, lst Earl of Cyrenaica, Delhi. To: Jan Christian Smuts, Irene, Despatches to Smuts a presentation copy of a book based on the achievements of the Indian army in the Middle East. 
    T.L.S.. 1p. Found in: The TIGER strikes (E.1754) 
378  1942 July 10  AMERY, Leopold Charles Maurice Stennett, India Office, Whitehall To: Jan Christian Smuts. 
    Sends a booklet containing speeches pertaining to India; reviews his objectives in India; refers to Rommel and the North Africa Campaign. T.L.S. 1p. 
    Found in: AMERY, Leopold Charles Maurice Stennett, India and freedom. (E.1541) 
379  1942 Aug 18  BATT, E.V., Union Defence Force, Pretoria, To: J Pohl, Private Secretary to Smuts, Pretoria. 
    The Personal Assistant to Major-General Theron forwards some photographs of Smuts taken in the Middle East. T.L.S. 1p. 
380  1942 Aug 21  JACOBSON, H., Kimberley, To: Jan Christian Smuts, Irene.  
    Reminds Smuts of a telegram sent after the Balfour Declaration, copy attached; urges him to read the accompanying book before the next Peace Conference; stresses the importance of a homeland for the Jews. T.L.S. 1p. 
    Found in: MACLEAN, Norman 
    His terrible swift sword. (S.977) 
381  1942 Aug 28  JACKSON HAIGHT, Mabel V., Johannesburg. To: Jan Christian Smuts, Irene. 
    Sends her book in which she endeavours to illustrate South Africa's position in the world. A.L.S, 1p. 
    Found in: JACKSON HAIGHT, Mabel V. 
    European powers and South East Africa: a study of international relations on the South East coast of Africa, 1796-1856, (E.900) 
382  1942 Sept 28  BLAUVELT, Hiram 8.D., Chief, United States Office of War Information, Johannesburg, To: J. Pohl Private Secretary to Smuts, Pretoria. 
    A letter introducing Henry W. Sage, who has recently joined the War Office in South Africa; mentions he has asked Sage to deliver a presentation copy of a book by Mrs Reid T.L.S. 1p. 
    Found in: FORUM ON CURRENT PROBLEMS, 10th, New York, l940 America's second fight for freedom. (E.532) 
383  1942 Oct 20  PHELPS-STOKES, Anson, Chairman, Committee on Africa, the War and Peace Aims, New York. To: Jan Christian Smuts, Pretoria. 
    Despatches a revised edition of their book; includes relevant reviews and a study outline. T.L.S. 1p. 
    Found in: COMMITTEE ON AFRICA, THE WAR AND PEACE AIMS. 
    The Atlantic Charter from an American standpoint: the application of the "eight points" of the Charter to the problems of Africa and especially those related to the welfare of the African people living South of the Sahara. (E.511) 
384  1942 Nov 24  FRANKEL, S. Herbert, University of the Witwatersrand. To: Jan Christian Smuts, Pretoria. 
    Encloses his Presidential Address to the Economic Society of South Africa on the effect of the air-age on the world economy; refers to the importance of effecting international economic agreement; relates that he has been approached to investigate the railway systems in Northern and Southern Rhodesia and in Bechuanaland. 
    T.L.S. 2pp. Encloses no. 386. 
    Found in: FRANKEL, S. Herbert. World economic solidarity. (S.410) 
385  1942 Nov 25  HIGMAN, J.R.C., Coolamon, Australia. To: Jan Christian Smuts. 
    The author sends his book to Smuts; briefly includes his biographical details for Smuts' interest. 
    A.L.S. 3pp. Enclosed in no. 393. 
    Found in: HIGMAN, J.R.C. For peace. (S.2666) 
386  1942 Nov 27  JOUBERT, W.F., Private Secretary to Smuts, Pretoria. To: S. Herbert Frankel, University of the Witwatersrand. 
    Thanks him for his address. 
    T.L. 1p. Copy. Enclosed in no. 384. 
    Found in: FRANKEL, S. Herbert. World economic solidarity. (S.410) 
387  1943 Jan 18  ARMBRUSTER, E.O., Philadelphia. To: Jan Christian Smuts, Pretoria. 
    Sends a complimentary book; comments on the role of the church. T.L.S. 1p. 
    Found in: NOLDE, Otto Frederick. Christian world action: the Christian builds for tomorrow. (S.2380) 
388  1943 Jan 22  HARTLEY, Sir Harold, Vice-President, London Midland and Scottish Railway Company, Watford. To: Jan Christian Smuts. 
    Recalls previous conversations concerning climate; sends a book on the subject; stresses the need for a survey on consumption and production. T.L.S. 1p. 
    Found in: MARKHAM, S.F. Climate and the energy of nations. 
389  1943 Jan 26  YOUNG, Sir George, London. To: Mrs Scott-Fox.  
    Presents her with a copy of his book and the rights to publish a Cape edition. A.L.S. 1p. 
    Found in: YOUNG, Sir George. Federalism and freedom; or, Plan the peace to win the war. (E.1766) 
390  1943 Jan 30  SPENCER PRYSE, Gerald, Aberystwyth. To: Jan Christian Smuts, Irene. 
    Propounds his ideas on a film-making venture depicting highlights from history to restore confidence in the concept of unity: requests Smuts' opinion on the section of the script dealing with the Anglo-Boer War; 3 manuscripts attached. T.L.S. 3pp. 
    Envelope attached. 
391  1943 Feb 5  ? , Secretary, South African Zionist Federation, Johannesburg. To: Jan Christian Smuts, Cape Town. 
    A book consisting of a number of essays by Professor Namier is sent together with the compliments of the Zionist Federation; stresses various essays dealing with Jewish questions. 
    T.L.S. 1p. Encloses no. 392. 
    Signature illegible. 
    Found in: NAMIER, Lewis B. Contents: study in contemporary history. (E.488) 
392  1943 Feb 12  COOPER, Henry W A, Cape Town. To: the Secretary, South African Zionist Federation, Johannesburg. 
    A note of thanks from Smuts' Private Secretary. T.L.S p. Copy. Enclosed in no. 391. 
    Found in: NAMIER, Lewis B. Conflicts: study in contemporary history. (E.488) 
393  1943 Feb 16  COOPER, Henry W.A., Cape Town. To: J.R.C. Higman, Coolamon, Australia. (MISSING)  
    Conveys Smuts' appreciation and thanks for his book. 
    T.L. 1p. Copy. Enclosed in no. 385, Found in: HIGMAN, J.R.C. For peace (S.2666) 
394  1943 Mar 1  BALOGH, Eleanor, University of the Witwatersrand, Johannesburg. To: Jan Christian Smuts. 
    Presents a copy of her book; briefly refers to her present research. A.L.S. p 
    Found in: BALOGH, Eleanor. Political refugees in ancient Greece. (S 3.) 
395  1943 Apr 15  COHN, Paul, Cape Town. To: Jan Christian Smuts, Groote Schuur, Cape Town 
    The writer, a German refugee, sends a book which may be of interest to Smuts; refers to books sent three years previously by the German botanist, Haberlandt, in gratitude to Smuts. 
    T.L.S. 1p. Encloses 90.397. 
    Letter in German, translation attached. 
    Found in: MEN of the times: pioneers of the Transvaal and glimpses of South Africa. (E.2015) 
396  1943 Apr 19  MIZWA, Stephen P., Executive Director, The Rosciuszko Foundation, Washington. To: Ralph William Close, Minister, Legation of the Union of South Africa. 
    Elaborates on the celebrations to be held commemorating the four hundredth anniversary of the birth of Nicholas Copernicus; includes two booklets, one to be forwarded to Smuts. 
    T.L. 2pp. Copy. Encloses nos. 398, 401. 
    Found in: MIZWA, Stephen P. Nicholas Copernicus, 1543–1943. (S.2537) 
397  1943 Apr 20  COOPER, Henry W.A., Cape Town. To: Paul Cohn, Cape Town. 
    Note from Smuts' Private Secretary thanking Cohn for the book. 
    T.L.S. 1p. Copy. Enclosed in no. 395. 
    Found in: MEN of the times: pioneers of the Transvaal and glimpses of South Africa. (E.20I5) 
398  1943 Apr 27  JORDAAN, E., Legation of the Union of South Africa, Washington. To: Henry Cooper, Pretoria. 
    Forwards the book sent by Mr. Mizwa, and a copy of the covering letter. 
    T.L.S. 1p. Enclosed in no. 396. 
    Found in: MIZWA, Stephen P. Nicholas Copernicus, 1543–1943. (S.2537) 
399  1943 Apr 30  CONSTABLE, A., Johannesburg. To: Jan Christian Smuts, Irene. 
    Presents his book on the life of his son who died at El–Alamein. T.L.S. 1p. 
    Found in: ALPHA and Omega. 
400  1943 May 3  CROWE, E.F., Royal Society of Arts, London. To: Jan Christian Smuts. 
    Encloses some copies of their journal containing Smuts' speech delivered after receiving their Albert medal; recalls meeting Smuts. 
    T.L. 1p. Copy. 
    Letter damaged. 
401  1943 June 15  SMUTS, Jan Christian, Pretoria. To: Stephen P. Mizwa, Washington. 
    Note of thanks for the commemoration booklet; comments on the contribution made by Copernicus. 
    T.L. 1p. Copy. Enclosed in no. 396. 
    Found in: MIZWA, Stephen P. Nicholas Copernicus, 1543-1943. (S.2537) 
402  1943 July 2  HASLETT; Caroline, London. To: Jan Christian Smuts.  
    The Editor encloses two copies of her journal which contains Smuts' "message... for the women of Britain"; recalls meeting Smuts in London. T.L.S. 1p. Enclosed in no. 403. 
    Found in: The electrical age, vol. 4, no. 3, July 1943. (E.1432) 
403  1943 July 27  ? , Director, Bureau of Information, Pretoria. To: Henry W.A. Cooper. 
    The writer forwards two copies of The electrical age, as well as the letter from the Editor. 
    A.L.S. 1p. Encloses no. 402. 
    Found in: The electrical age, vol. 4, no. 3, July 1943. (E.1432) 
404  1943 Aug 27  McEWAN, P.W.G., Premier Mine, Pretoria. To: Jan Christian Smuts. 
    Elaborates on the need for bilingualism in South Africa. A.L.S. 5pp. 
    EnglishAfrikaans letter. 
    Found in: JOHNSON, Hewlett, Abp. of Canterbury. So het sosialisme volksgeluk gebou. (E.737) 
405  1943 Sept 6  McEWAN, P.W.G., Premier Mine, Pretoria. To: Jan Christian Smuts. 
    The writer gives his views on agricultural marketing. A.L.S. 6pp. Pages missing. 
    Found in: JOHNSON, Hewlett, Abp. of Canterbury. So het sosialisme volksgeluk gebou. (E.737) 
406  1943 Sept 17  McEWAN, Premier Mine, Pretoria. To: Jan Christian Smuts. 
    The writer sends a book on Russia; he gives his view of socialism; the danger attached if Smuts relaxes his vigilance; he explains how Africa could become a bulwark against the communist threat. T.L.S. 3pp. 
    Letter in Afrikaans. 
    Found in: JOHNSON, Hewlett, Abp. of Canterbury. So het sosialisme volksgeluk gebou. (E.737) 
407  1943 Sept 30  KILKARN, Lord. To: Jan Christian Smuts, Cape Town.  
    Thanks Smuts for an invitation to prolong his stay in South Africa, but declines the offer. Telegram, 1p. 
408  1943 Oct 7  FORBES, W., Private Secretary, British Embassy, Cairo. To: Jan Christian Smuts, Pretoria. 
    Forwards a copy of Desert War, a book by Lieutenant Sayed Farag, Instructor at the Non-Commissioned Officers' School to Cairo. T.L.S. 1p 
409  1944 Jan 16  BACON, Eustace V , Bristol. To: Jan Christian Smuts, Irene. 
    Sends a book which he co-authored on intensive economic development; expounds his views on the subject. T.L.S. 1p. 
    Found in: BACON, Eustace V. and VORSTER, H.W. Wealth for welfare (E.217) 
410  1944 Feb 26  SPILHAL'S, Arnold Wilhelm, Cape Town. To: Jan Christian Smuts 
    Sends a pamphlet describing his personal philosophy. A.L.S. 1p 
    Found in: A.W.S. pseud. Random thoughts. (S.1931) 
411  1944 Mar 6  LAYTON, Walter T., London. To: Jan Christian Smuts, Pretoria. 
    Sends Smuts an address he delivered at Oxford; expresses his appreciation to Smuts for his leadership. T.L S. 1p. 
    Found in: LAYTON, Walter T. 
    The British Commonwealth and world order, (S. 303) 
412  1944 June 6  WEIZMANN, Chaim, London To: Jan Christian Smuts, London. 
    Sends a book by Lowdermilk, of the American Agriculture Department; gives brief details on Lowdermilk; advocates that Smuts reads certain chapters, 
    LL S. 1p. Found in: LOWDERMILK, Walter Clay. Palestine. land of promise. (E.1007) 
413  1944 July 12  WALD, Marcus: East London, Cape Province. To: Jan Christian Smuts, Pretoria. 
    Book sent together with the Rabbi's appreciation of Smuts' peace-keeping efforts. T.L.S. 1p. Encloses no. 417. 
    Found in: WALD, Marcus. Shalom: Jewish teaching on peace. (E.1017) 
414  1944 July 13  PERLS, Frederick S , Voortrekkerhoogte, Pretoria. To: Henry W.A. Cooper, Irene. 
    A note to the Personal Secretary asking him to present an attached letter and book to Smuts. 
    T.L.S. 1p. Encloses no. 415, 419. 
    Found in. PERLS, Frederick S. 
    Ego, hunger and aggression. (E.1315) 
415  1944 July 14  PERLS, Frederick S., Voortrekkerhoogte, Pretoria. To: Jan Christian Smuts, Irene. 
    In his book, the author used Holism as a new approach in psychology; explains his theory. 
    T.L.S. 1p. Enclosed in no. 414. 
    Found in: PERLS, Frederick S.; Ego, hunger and aggression. (E.1315) 
416  1944 July 17  JUDD, C.W., League of Nations Union, London. To: Jan Christian Smuts 
    A note from the Secretary advising Smuts of his unanimous re-election as Vice-President of the Union; minutes of a Council Meeting attached. T.L.S. 1p. 
    Found in: LEAGUE OF NATIONS UNION Annual Report, 1943. (E.911) 
417  1944 July 18  COOPER, Henry W.A., Pretoria. To: Marcus Wald, East London, Cape Province. 
    Note of thanks from the Private Secretary for his book. 
    T.L.S, 1p. Copy, Enclosed in no. 413. Found in: WALD, Marcus. Shalom: Jewish teaching on peace. (E.1017) 
418  1944 July 20  ? , Dutch Embassy, Pretoria. To: Jan Christian Smuts. (MISSING)  
    Includes a book in which Smuts is quoted. A.L.S. 2pp. Letter in Dutch 
    Found in: NETHERLANDS. Voorlichtingsdienst Het handvest van de vrijheid. 
419  1944 July 21  COOPER, Henry W.A., Pretoria To: Frederick S. Perls, Voortrekkerhoogte, Pretoria. 
    Thanks him for sending Smuts a copy of his book. T.L.S. 1p. Enclosed in no. 413. Found in: PERLS, Frederick S. Ego, hunger and aggression. (E.1315) 
420  1944 Aug 15  AMERY, Leopold Charles Maurice Stennett, India Office, London. To: Jan Christian Smuts, 
    Sends Smuts a book on the Tennessee Valley Authority, suggesting that a similar plan be implemented in South Africa, T.L.S. 1p 
421  1944 Sept 8  SHORTT, Alexander Graham, Oxford. To: Jan Christian Smuts (MISSING)  
    Encloses a pamphlet dealing with “the belief that Britain and the Dominions have a mission for freedom." A.L.S 1p. 
    Found in: SHORTT, Alexander Graham. 
    Britain’s mission, from religion, myth and history. (E.1369) 
422  1944 Sept 14  JORDAAN, E., legation of the Union of South Africa, Washington To: Henry W.A. Cooper, Pretoria. 
    Author requests that his book be forwarded to Smuts. T.L.S. 1p. 
    Found in: COUDENHOVE-KALEGRI, Count Richard. Crusade for Pan-Europe: autobiography of a man and a movement. (E.592) 
423  1944 Sept 16  MESS; James, Toronto. To: Jan Christian Smuts, Irene.  
    Sends a report by Henry Drummond-Wolff for Smuts' interest. T.L.S. 1p. 
    Found in: DRUMMOND-WOLFF, Henry. The 1944 report 
424  1944 Dec 12  ? , Hatfield House, Hatfield, Hertfordshire. To: Jan Christian Smuts, Groote Schuur, Cape Town.. 
    As Smuts expressed an interest in the writer's father-in-law she has noted some impressions; states that they are merely of a personal nature. A.L.S. 2pp. 
425  1944 Dec 14  GIE, S.F.N., Legation of the Union of South Africa, Washington To: Jan Christian Smuts, Pretoria, 
    The writer airs his views in detail on the International Civil Aviation Conference which was held in Chicago; reports on general impressions gained after addressing the English Speaking Union. T.L. 7pp. Copy. 
    Found in: KESHAVJEE, Habib V., comp. The Aga Khan and Africa: his leadership and inspiration, (S.681) 
426  1944 Dec 19  BREUIL, Abbe Henri, Archaeological Survey, Johannesburg. To: Jan Christian Smuts. 
    Briefly outlines the Archaeological Survey's future programme, refers to the enclosed photograph of the "White Lady" of the Brandberg; autographed photograph of Abbe Breuil and his assistant, Miss Mary E. Boyle attached, a handwritten report and two copies of it concerning archaeological activity in Southern Africa, 3pp, and a copy of letter written in answer to a medical student's questions on creation. T.L.S. 1p. Found on a shelf 
427  1945 Jan 6  HARRISON, Agatha, London, To: Jan Christian Smuts, Cape Town. 
    Sends Smuts a book on his friend Mahatma Gandhi; comments on his health 
    T.L.S. 1p. Found in: HEATH, Carl., Gandhi (S.161) 
428  1945 Feb 21  GANDHI, Manilal, Phoenix, Natal. To: Henry W.A., Cooper, Cape Town: 
    Refers to a meeting he had with Smuts on India and the question of Indians in South Africa; alludes to the banning of the Indian opinion; thanks him for making his passage to India possible; requests a message from Smuts for his people; sends Smuts a book for his interest. T.L.S. 1p. 
    Found in: GANDHI, Mohandas Karamchand. Gandhi-Jinnah talks; text of correspondence and other related matter. (S.719). 
429  1945 March 24  MALHERBE, E.G., Pretoria To: Jan Christian Smuts, Cape Town. 
    Sends a book in which Smuts expressed an interest; informs Smuts that the film made of him on Table Mountain is almost complete; suggests Leo Fouche as a possible successor to Professor Eric Walker as Editor-in-Chief of the War history. 
    T.L.S. 3pp. Damaged. 
    Found in: AGAR, Wilfred E, A contribution to the theory of the living organism. (S.1400) 
430  1945 Aug 16  WILSON, Christopher James, Kinangop, Kenya. To: Jan Christian Smuts. 
    Sends his latest book on the people and problems of Kenya. 
    T.L.S. 1p. Encloses no. 431. Found in: WILSON, Christopher James. One African colony: the native races of Kenya. (E.47) 
431  1945 Sept 11  COOPER, Henry W.A., Pretoria. To: Christopher James Wilson, Kinangop, Kenya. 
    Thanks him on behalf of Smuts for sending the book. 
    T.L.S. 1p. Enclosed in no. 430. Found in: WILSON, Christopher James. One African colony: the native races of Kenya. (E.47) 
432  1945 Sept 29  COOPER, Henry W.A:, Pretoria. To: T.W. Lamont, New York. 
    Acknowledges his gift of a book; mentions Smuts' visit to the Redwood Forests and the unveiling of a memorial to President Roosevelt, T.L.S. 1p. 
    Found in: WOLFF, Linnie March. Son of the wilderness: the life of John Muir (E.224) 
433  1945 Oct 2  HURST, Godfrey T., Durban: To: Jan Christian Smuts, Pretoria. 
    The author presents Smuts with a de luxe edition of his book; foreword written by Smuts; royalties will go to the Ouma Comforts Fund, T.L.S. 1p 
    Found in; HURST, Godfrey T. Short history of the volunteer regiments of Natal and East Griqualand: past and present. (E.2135) 
434  1945 Oct 14  MONTGOMERY, Bernard, 1st Viscount, Head Quarters, British Army of the Rhine. To: Jan Christian Smuts (MISSING)  
    Encloses pamphlets of a military nature. A.L.S. 1p. 
    Found in: MONTGOMERY, Bernard, 1st Viscount, High command in war. (E.1180) 
435  1945 Oct 23  TREE, Geo A.L., The Cape Argus, Cape Town. To: Jan Christian Smuts. 
    The writer sends Smuts the official Pearl Harbour reports as they appeared in the New York Times of 30th August 1945, attached; complains that various South African newspapers do not adhere to the official news embargo. A.L.S. 1p 
436  1945 Nov 29  BERESFORD, Richard, Johannesburg. To: Jan Christian Smuts. 
    Sends Smuts his book as a reminder of their contact when he was secretary to Lord Gladstone. A.L.S.1p. 
    Found in: BERESFORD, Richard. Glist'ring phaeton. (E.2114) 
437  1945 Dec 13  BROWN, Alexander, President, Royal Society of South Africa, Cape Town. To: Jan Christian Smuts, Pretoria. 
    Reports that the Society appointed a committee of scientists to investigate the problems connected with the preservation of the flora of the South Western Cape and which made some far-reaching recommendations; Brown requests Smuts' support 
    T.L.S. 1p. Found in: WICHT, C.L. 
    Report of the Committee on the Preservation of the Vegetation of the South Western Cape. 
438  1945 Dec 18  GYLDENSTOLPE, Nils, Stockholm. To: Leif Egeland, Envoy Extraordinary and Minister Plenipotentiary, Stockholm. 
    The writer requests that his book be forwarded to Smuts; hand written note from Egeland to Smuts at the bottom of the letter. T.L.S. 1p. 
    Found in: GYLDENSTOLPE, Nils. The travels and collections of Johan August Wahlberg, 1810-1856. (S.3001) 
439  1945 Dec 31  ELLIOTT, Walter, Hawick To: Jan Christian Smuts. (MISSING)  
    Sends a report of a visit to Russia. A.L.S. 1p. 
    Found in: ELLIOTT, Walter. Russian visit: January to March 1945. (E.733) 
440  1945 Dec 31  PEARSON, Mowbray French, Washington. To: Jan Christian Smuts, Irene. 
    Hopes that his ideas on post-war economic problems might interest Smuts. T.L.S 1p. 
    Found in: PEARSON, Mowbray French. Perpetual prosperity: union of contingents, world leagues. (E.249) 
441  1946 Jan 16  SMUTS, Jan Christian, Cape Town. To: Alexander Brown, President, Royal Society of South Africa, Cape Town. 
    Acknowledges receipt of the Report of the Committee on the Preservation of the Vegetation of the South Western Cape; pledges his support and intends to pursue the matter; forwards copy of the letter to the Minister of Agriculture and Forestry; draft in Smuts' handwriting attached T.L. 1p. Copy 
    Found in: WICHT, C.L. Report of the Committee on the Preservation of the Vegetation of the South Western Cape 
442  1946 Jan 23  POLE EVANS, I.B. To: Jan Christian Smuts.  
    Comments on the Report of the Committee for the Preservation of the Vegetation of the South Western Cape; makes various suggestions regarding the restoration of the natural vegetation. A.L.S. 3pp. 
    Found in: WICHT, C.L. Report of the Committee on the Preservation of the Vegetation of the South Western Cape. 
443  1946 Feb 19  COOPER, Henry W.A., Cape Town. To: General Frank H. Theron, Legation of the Union of South Africa, Rome. 
    Requests him to convey Smuts' thanks to Mr Vicenzo Rivera of the Reals Accademia d'Italia, Rome, for the botanical works; handwritten memorandum by Smuts attached. T.L.S. 1p. Two copies 
444  1946 Mar 16  MOOLMAN, S.M.., Union of South Africa, Government Information Office, New York To: Henry W.A. Cooper, Cape Town. 
    Sends a book to the Prime Minister. T.L.S, 1p 
    Found in: KERAMOPOULLOS, Antonios D. Origins of the Macedonians. (S.45) 
445  1946 Apr 5  AMERY, Leopold Charles Maurice Stennett, London, To: Jan Christian Smuts 
    Presents Smuts with an advance copy of his latest book; refers to Smuts stand on the question of Imperial Preference in economic agreements. T.L S. 1p 
    Found in: AMERY, Leopold Charles Maurice Stennett The Washington loan agreements: a critical study of American economic foreign policy (E.196) 
446  1946 May 9  MONTGOMERY, Bernard, 1st Viscount, Hindhead. To: Jan Christian Smuts  
    The author advises Smuts of the forthcoming publication of his book. A.L.S. 2pp. 
447  1946 Aug 11  SMIT, H. Potgietersrust. To: Jan Christian Smuts.  
    Despatches a book written by his son-in-law who lived in the Middle East for a number of years. A.L.S. 2pp. Encloses no. 448. 
    Found in: MARLOWE, John. Rebellion in Palestine (E.1009) 
448  1946 Aug 14  COOPER, Henry W.A., Pretoria To: H. Smit, Potgietersrust. 
    Thanks Smit, on behalf of Smuts, for sending his son-in-law's book 
    T.L.S. 1p. Enclosed in no. 447. Found in: MARLOWE, John Rebellion in Palestine. (E.1009) 
449  1946 Sept 7  TRENCHARD, Hugh Montague, 1st Viscount, Walton-on-Thames, Surrey. To: Jan Christian Smuts. 
    Sends Smuts two copies of his pamphlet on the future planning of British Commonwealth defence; expresses unease on the matter T.L.S. 1p. 
    Found in: TRENCHARD, Hugh Montague, 1st Viscount. Air power and national security. (S 1393) 
450  1946 Oct 22  WIRTH, Joseph, Lucerne To: Jan Christian Smuts, London 
    Refers to Smuts' speech to the Dutch Parliament; urges him to deliver a similar speech to the Germans. T.L.S. 2pp. 
    Letter in German 
451  1946 Oct 24  ? Department of Defence, Pretoria, To: Jan Christian Smuts 
    Attaches a list of officers due for retirement; suggests a farewell meeting to be held in Bloemfontein. T.L.S. 1p. 
452  1946 Nov 8  AKELEY, Mary, New York To: Major Eideldowrie, New York. Introduces her cousin, Captain William J. Marland, an experienced pilot who could be of assistance in instigating a direct flight from Johannesburg to New York. A.L.S. 2pp. 
453  1946 Nov 8  AKELEY, Mary, New York. To: Jan Christian Smuts, New York. 
    Invites Smuts to visit the Akeley African Hall; mentions that she will soon be returning to the Belgian Congo to pursue her interest in wild life conservation. A.L.S. 2pp. 
454  1946 Nov 30  SHAVE, John and Gwilliam, A., Umhlatuzana. To: Jan Christian Smuts, New York. 
    Applauds Smuts' stand taken at the United Nations regarding South Africa. Telegram. 
455  1946 Dec 5  GAUDIN, Antonie M , Cambridge, Massachusetts. To: Major Mc Ildowie 
    Attaches a memorandum speculating on a world state in which Smuts expressed an interest. 2pp. A.L.S. 1p. 
456  1946 Dec 9  HEATON NICHOLLS, G., South African Delegation, New York. To: Jan Christian Smuts. 
    Relates proceedings concerning the Indian question at the United Nations. Cablegram. 
457  1946 Dec 13  POULOPOULOS, Aposcolos, Chairman, Athens Chamber of Commerce and Industry, Athens. To: Jan Christian Smuts. 
    Greets Smuts on his arrival in Greece; expresses admiration at the stance taken by Smuts concerning Greece's resistance in the Second World War. T.L.S. 1p. 
458  1946 Dec 14  Athens. To: Jan Christian Smuts.  
    Offers to honour Smuts in return for his help to the Greek people. The honour is to take the form of a bust sculpted by B. Phalereas, first in plaster and later in bronze. The sculpture is to be placed in the palace of Prince Paul (later King Paul). T.L.S. 1p. Letter in Greek 
459  1946 Dec 15  PITSIKA, I., Athens To: Jan Christian Smuts.  
    As a token of appreciation from the Greek people, he sends a gold medal; commends Smuts' role in promoting the Greek cause during World War II. T.L.S. 2pp. Letter in Greek. 
460  1946 Dec 17  SOUTH AFRICAN HELLENIC LEAGUE. To: Jan Christian Smuts, Pretoria 
    Welcomes Smuts back to South Africa after his trip to Greece T.L.S. 1p. Signed by eight members. 
461  1947 Feb 16  MORZER-BRUIJNS, J.A.F., Larnen, Netherlands. To: Jan Christian Smuts, Johannesburg. 
    Sends his article: Hoe den Vrede te Winnen, attached, 12pp.; requests Smuts' support of his ideas on political philosophy as expressed in the article. 
    A.L.S. 1p. Encloses no. 463. Letter in Dutch. 
462  1947 Mar 18  LINEN, James A , Time, New York. To: Jan Christian Smuts 
    Sends text of speeches delivered at the Report from the World Congress held at Cleveland, Ohio from 9th-11th January 1947; attached T.L.S. 1p. Encloses no. 468. 
463  1947 Apr 12  COOPER, Henry W.A., Cape Town. To: J.A.F. Morzer-Bruijns, Larnen. (MISSING)  
    Note of thanks for his letter and attachments. T.L.S. 1p. Copy. Enclosed in no. 461. 
464  1947 Apr 12  COOPER, Henry, Cape Town. To: K. Spilhaus, Cape Town. 
    Thanks him for a letter dated 9th April, to which was attached a statement by H. Mutzenbecher, entitled: Great Britain and Germany, 1918-1945: a glance at the political situation of present day Europe; attached, 18pp. T.L.S. 1p. Copy 
465  1947 Apr 24  WEISSGATTERER, A , Innsbruck. To: Jan Christian Smuts, Cape Town 
    Repeats his invitation to visit the Tyrol; commends Smuts for his support of the Tyrolean people. Telegram. 
466  1947 Apr  SMUTS, Jan Christian, Cape Town To: A. Weissgatterer, Innsbruck. 
    Thanks him for the invitation which he hopes to pursue when next in Europe. Telegram. 
467  1947 May 27  SMUTS, Jan Christian, Cape Town. To: Mrs O'Connor.  
    Pays tribute to the South African Women's Auxiliary Service. A.L.S. 2pp 
    Letter repeated in Afrikaans 
468  1947 June 3  COOPER, Henry W.A., Cape Town. To: James A. Linen, New York 
    A note acknowledging receipt of Linen's letter and the attached speeches. T.L.S. 1p. Copy. Enclosed in no. 462: 
469  1947 June 9  COOPER, Henry W.A., Pretoria. To: Wilfred Branfield, Derby. 
    Gratefully acknowledges receipt of his letter and its annexures. T.L.S. 1p. 
470  1947 July 8  SCHICKEDANZ, Sophia, Swakopmund To: Jan Christian Smuts, Windhoek. 
    Writes a letter on behalf of her sister who was released from a concentration camp through Smuts' intervention; expresses her gratitude and admiration; photograph attached T.L.S. 1p. Letter in Afrikaans 
471  1947 Aug 1  STOPES, Marie Carmichael, Dorking, Surrey. To: Jan Christian Smuts. 
    Congratulates Smuts on attaining the Order of Merit; includes a volume of her poetry. A.L.S. 2pp. 
    Found in: STOPES, Marie Carmichael, The battle: an ecstasy. (S.1342) 
472  1947 Aug 7  JAFFE, Arthur, Honorary Secretary, International Law Association, London. To: Jan Christian Smuts, Pretoria. 
    Sends Smuts, as Honorary Vice-President of the Association, the papers of a forthcoming conference to be held in Prague; requests Smuts to provide help in the formation of a branch of the Association in South Africa 
    T.L.S. 1p. Encloses no 473. 
    Found in: INTERNATIONAL LAW ASSOCIATION, Conference, Prague, 1947, Reports and subjects.(E.990) 
473  1947 Sept 2  COOPER, Henry W.A., Pretoria. To: Arthur Jaffe, London. 
    A note acknowledging receipt of the letter and attached reports. T.L.S. 1p. Copy. Enclosed in no. 472. 
    Found in: INTERNATIONAL LAW ASSOCIATION, Conference, Prague, 1947. Reports and subjects. (E.990) 
474  1947 Nov 7  BUTLER, Harold, Sonning, Berkshire. To: Jan Christian Smuts. 
    Sends his latest book to Smuts, from whom he took his leitmotiv 
    A.L.S. 1p., Encloses no 477 Found in: BUTLER, Harold. Peace or power. (E 1449) 
475  1947 Nov 21  WYNYARD, Noel, London To: Jan Christian Smuts, London. (MISSING)  
    Encloses a copy of Life Line. T.L.S. 1p. Encloses no. 476. Found in: Life Line. (E 50) 
476  1947 Nov 23  SMUTS, Jan Christian, London. To: Noel Wynyard, London. (MISSING)  
    A note acknowledging the copy of Life Line. T.L. 1p. Copy. Enclosed in no, 475. Found in: Life Line (E.SO) 
477  1947 Nov 24  COOPER, Henry W.A.. To: Harold Butler, Sonning, Berkshire. 
    A note of thanks on behalf of Smuts for a letter and the gift of a book. T.L.S. 1p. Copy. Enclosed in no. 474. Found in: BUTLER, Harold, Peace or power. (E.1449) 
478  1947 Nov 26  ATTLEE, Clement Richard. London. To: Jan Christian Smuts. 
    Sends Smuts a book, expresses his admiration for him. A.L.S. 1p 
    Found in: ATTLEE, Clement Richard. Purpose and policy: selected speeches. (E.756) 
479  1947 Nov 27  DAVIES, Patricia Llewelyn, London. To: Henry W.A.) Cooper. 
    Despatches material intended as background information for speeches on the United Kingdom. T.L.S., 1p. 
480  1947 Nov 27  MARTINSSEN, Anthony, London, To: Jan Christian Smuts, London. (MISSING)  
    Encloses books which he edited for the Admiralty; explains that he is the grandson of Willie Rockey, associated with the South African Party. T.L.S. 1p 
481  1947 Dec 17  CLARENDON, London To: Cumsing Butler.  
    Thanks him for a Christmas gift; asks him to convey his best wishes to the Smuts family on his arrival in South Africa. 2pp. 
    Found in: BAKER, Ernest. The character of England. 
482  1948 Feb 23  PORTER, Lord. International Law Association, London. To: Jan Christian Smuts, London. (MISSING)  
    Congratulates Smuts on his appointment as Chancellor of the University of Cambridge; includes the draft programme of the forty-third conference of the Association to be held in Brussels in 1948, attached. T.L. 1p. 
483  1948 Feb 23  STIMMS, F. Charl, South Africa. To: Jan Christian Smuts. 
    Note of thanks for sending him a copy of Amery's book. 
    A.L S. 1p. Found in: AMERY, Leopold Charles Maurice Stennett. The awakening: our present crisis and the way out (S.843) 
484  1948 Mar 5  HUGGINS, Godfrey Martin, 1st Viscount. Malvern Prime Minister, Salisbury To: Jan Christian Smuts, Cape Town. (MISSING)  
    Encloses a copy of a report of the Development Co-ordination Commission T.L.S. 1p 
    Found in: HUGGINS, Godfrey Martin, 1st Viscount, Malvern. First interim report of the Development Co-ordination Commission 
485  1948 Mar 24  SIEVERS, Edgar, Almanack Department, Overseas Gift Parcel Company, Pretoria. To: Henry W.A. Cooper, Pretoria. (MISSING)  
    Encloses a German literary almanack. T.L.S. 1p. 
    Found in: Huminitas Almanach, 1948, (E.1929) 
486  1948 Mar 27  COOPER, Henry W.A., Pretoria.. To: Edgar Sievers, Pretoria. (MISSING)  
    Acknowledges the gift sent to Smuts. T.L. 1p. Copy. 
    Found in: Huminitas Almanach,1948. (Huminitas Almanach (E.1929) 
487  1948 Mar 29  ELTON, Godfrey; Baron, Adderbury, Oxfordshire. To: Jan Christian Smuts 
    Sends him his recently published book, after a discussion at a luncheon given by J.H. Hofmeyr about his university days at Stellenbosch. A.L.S. 2pp. 
    Found in: ELTON, Godfrey, Baron Such is the kingdom. (E.1337) 
488  1948 Apr 7  McGREER, E. D’arcy, High Commissioner for Canada, Cape Town To: Henry WA. Cooper, Cape Town. 
    A photograph of the Prime Minister of Canada, W.L. Mackenzie King and others: sent together with the writer's compliments 
    T.L.S. 1p. Encloses no. 489. Found on a shelf. 
489  1948 Apr 10  COOPER, Henry W.A., Pretoria. To: E. D'arcy McGreer, Cape Town. 
    Thanks him for the photograph; comments on Barbara Ann Scott who also appears in the photograph. T.L.S. 1p. Enclosed in no. 488. 
490  1948 June 9  AMERY, Julian, London. To: Jan Christian Smuts. Copy of his first book sent to Smuts. A.L S. 2pp. 
    Found in: AMERY, Julian. Sons of the eagle: a study in guerilla war. (E.1161) 
491  1948 June 11  BAKERS, Andrew, London. To: Jan Christian Smuts, care of South Africa House, London. 
    After hearing Smuts' speech on the encroachment of Soviet communism on the West, the writer sends a copy of a book which holds a similar view; requests Smuts for comments which might be of use in promoting the thoughts expressed in the book. T.L.S. 2pp. 
    Found in: MURRAY, John Middleton.. The free society, (E.1276) 
492  1948 June 13  SPEED, Harold Watlington, Oxfordshire. To: Jan Christian Smuts. 
    Presents his book and points out similarities between his work and Holism. A.L.S. 4pp. 
    Found in: SPEED. Harold. What is good art? (E.51) 
493  1948 June 17  SPEED, Harold, Watlington, Oxfordshire. To: Jan Christian Smuts (MISSING)  
    Sends a further explanatory note on his book, after receiving a letter from Smuts. A.L.S. 2pp. 
    Found in: SPEED, Harold 
    What is good art? (E.51) 
494  1948 Aug 13  HUTCHINSON, Walter, Romsey, Hampshire. To: Jan Christian Smuts 
    The writer sends Smuts a copy of a survey undertaken for the United Nations Association; includes a pamphlet by Amery on United Europe and the British Commonwealth and a clipping from the Times, 8th October 1948, entitled: Western union and the British Commonwealth by Lord Brand; attached. T.L.S. 1p 
    Found in: UNITED NATIONS ASSOCIATION. Western union. 
495  1948 Sept 22  SMUTS, Jan Christian To: George Hevesy, Copenhagen.  
    A note of thanks to Professor Hevesy for sending his pamphlet on Aston T .L. 1p. Copy 
    Found in: FRANCIS, William Aston. 
496  1948 Oct 7  SPEED, Harold, Watlington, Oxfordshire To: Henry W.A. Cooper 
    Discovered that his book never arrived at South Africa House; arranges to send another copy. A.L.S. 2pp. 
    Found in: SPEED, Harold What is good art? (E.51) 
497  1948 Nov 1  COOPER, Henry W A. To: Harold Speed, Watlington, Oxfordshire. 
    A note of thanks acknowledging receipt of the book. T.L.S. 1p. Copy 
    Found in: SPEED, Harold. What is good art? (E.51) 
498  1948 Nov 26  MAY, Lechlade, Gloucestershire To: Jan Christian Smuts. 
    Presents Smuts with a book on the Cotswolds. T.L S 1p 
499  1949 Jan 31  AMERY, Leopold Charles Maurice Stennett, London. To: Jan Christian Smuts, Irene. 
    Explains current events in Parliament pertaining to the recognition of a Jewish state and how various politicians such as Bevin, Churchill, Attlee and Stanley handled the debate, refers to the proposed British Delegation to the European Assembly. T.L.S. 2pp. 
    Found in: AMERY, Leopold Charles Maurice Stennett, The British Commonwealth and European unity (E.101) 
500  1949 Feb 4  RAVEN, C R., Vice-Chancellor of the University of Cambridge To: Jan Christian Smuts. 
    Discusses arrangements for Smuts' intended visit to the University in his capacity as Chancellor; programme attached T.L S. 1p 
    Cambridge Envelope in which Smuts kept the papers attached 
501  1949 May 17  SMUTS, Jan Christian To: Professor G..H,.R, von Koenigswald, Utrecht 
    A letter of thanks for a pamphlet; remembers spending an afternoon with him at the Natural History Museum in 1947 
    T.L. 1p. Copy. Letter in Afrikaans 
    Found in: KOENIGSWALD, C.H R. von, Aantekeninge bij het Pithecanthropus vraagstuk. 
502  1949 May 18  MUNK, Fritz, Berlin. To: Jan Christian Smuts.  
    The author sends an obituary of a mutual acquaintance, Friedrich Kraus; he also includes a pamphlet. 
    T.L.S. 1p. Encloses no 506 Letter in German 
    Found in: MUNK, Fritz.. Virchow als Therapeut. (E.1372) 
503  1949 May 25  BENIANS, E.A., Chairman of the Governors, St. John's College, Cambridge To: Jan Christian Smuts, Irene. 
    Outlines arrangements for the unveiling of the Perse School War Memorial which Smuts will undertake. T.L S 1p 
504  1949 June 8  CHADWICK, J., Gonville and Caius College, Cambridge. To: Jan Christian Smuts, Cambridge 
    Explains arrangements for a dinner Smuts will attend as Chancellor of Cambridge University; the new honorary fellow Sir John Anderson will be present, T.L.S 1p. 
505  1949 June 9  TREVELYAN, G.M , Trinity College, Cambridge, To: Jan Christian Smuts 
    Gives brief historical details on some of the Chancellors of the University of Cambridge. T.L.S 1p. 
506  1949 June 30  COOPER, Henry W A To: Fritz Munk, Berlin. Letter of thanks on behalf of Smuts who is in Europe 
    T.L. 1p. Copy. Enclosed in no. 502 Found in. MUNK, Fritz 
    Virchow ais Therapeut. (S.1372) 
507  1949 July 5  COOPER, Henry W A., Pretoria. To: The Editor, Museum man, Kimberley 
    Note of thanks on behalf of Smuts, T.L. 1p. Copy 
    Found in: Museum man. vol.1, no.1, July 1949. (S 2863) 
508  1949 July 8  COOPER, Henry W.A. To: Edward Paterson, Bulawayo.  
    A note of thanks for Paterson's paper on African art. 
    T.L. 1p. Copy. Found in: PATERSON, Edward. The Bantu as artist. 
509  1949 Aug 6  SCULLY, G.C., Umbogintwini. To: Jan Christian Smuts, Irene. 
    Attaches a paper entitled: Some observations on the metal gold, 19pp; states that pre-war statistics were used. T.L.S. 1p. 
510  1949 Aug 23  BALFOUR, E.B., Organising Secretary, The Soil Association, Suffolk. To: Jan Christian Smuts, Irene. 
    Has been informed by Madalaine Alston of Smuts' interest in their work; sends some introductory publications and invites Smuts to have his name placed on the mailing list. T.L S. 1p. 
    Found in: SOIL fertility: the basis of civilization: guide to a viral research; The Haugley Research Farm experiment. 
511  1949 Dec 22  VARLEY, Douglas H , South African Public Library, Cape Town. To: Jan Christian Smuts. 
    Sends Smuts his book together with best wishes. A.L.S. 1p. 
    Found in: VARLEY, Douglas H. Adventures in Africana. (E.1934) 
512  1950 Mar 5  EVANS, E.J., East London, Cape Province. To: Jan Christian Smuts, House of Assembly, Cape Town. 
    Sends Smuts a copy of his survey on the 1948 general election; hopes to discuss the memorandum with him. 
    T.L.S. 2pp. Found in: EVANS, E.J. 
    Memorandum on a survey of the 1948 general election in the Union of South Africa 
513  1950 Mar 8  COOPER, Henry W.A., Cape Town. To: E.J. Evans, East London, Cape Province  
    Acknowledges receipt of his survey. T.L.S. 1p. Copy. 
    Found in: EVANS, E.J. Memorandum on a survey of the 1948 general election in the Union of South Africa. 
514  1950 May 19  STUBBS, Stanley, Cambridge. To: Jan Christian Smuts, Irene. (MISSING)  
    The Headmaster of Perse School encloses a copy of Pelican, which contains tributes to Dr. W.H.D. Rouse, a mutual friend, sends birthday wishes T.L.S. 1p 
    Found in: Pelican (Perse School magazine). vol.33, no.29, March 1950. (E.316) 
515  1950 Jun 26  DE BUNSEN, Victoria. Wheathampstead, Hertfordshire. To: Jan Christian Smuts 
    A note from the author who summarises her book as a review of current religious and philosophical tendencies. A.L.S. 3pp. 
    Found in: DE BUNSEN, Victoria. The war and men's minds. (E.1527) 
516  [-]July 4  IRVING, Robert Lock Graham, Winchester. To: Jan Christian Smuts. 
    Sends his book; comments on the education project described in the book. A.L.S. 2pp. 
    Found in: IRVING, Robert Lock Graham. The mountains shall bring peace. (E 1204) 
517  [-]Aug 1  STODDARD, Lathrop, Brookline, Massachusetts. To: Jan Christian Smuts. 
    The author has instructed his publisher to send Smuts two articles as well as his forthcoming book on Islam. 
    A.L.S. 2pp. Found in: STODDARD, Lothrop. The new world of Islam. (E.1372) 
518  [-]Dec 8  BALLARD, [-], St Columba's Manse, Nairn. To: Jan Christian Smuts. 
    Mrs. Ballard, a student of Holism encloses a book by Bowhay, written about twenty-three years ago. A.L.S. 2pp. 
    Found in: BOWHAY, Toa Anderson. Life and man (S 2255) 
519  [-]Dec 17  HUGGINS, Godfrey Martin, 1st Viscount, Malvern Prime Minister, Salisbury. To: Jan Christian Smuts. 
    Book presented together with Christmas wishes; complimentary slip attached. A.L.S. 1p. 
    Found in: MACDONALD, John Frederick Matheson. War history of Southern Rhodesia. (E2013) 
520  [-]Dec 20  MORRISON. Christine, London To: Jan Christian Smuts.  
    Despatches a book to Smuts; recalls their tour through South Africa. A.L.S. 2pp. 
    Found in: MORRISON, George H. Alexander Gammie 
521  [-]  [-], Amy, Darlington To: Jan Christian Smuts  
    Sends two books and her favourite poems attached, 1p. Alludes to Quakerism. A.L S. 4pp. 
    Found in: THE SOCIETY OF FRIENDS Christian life, faith and thought in the society. (S.2418) 
522  [-]  [-], Ara, London To: Jan Christian Smuts.  
    A book presented to Smuts to road on his journey. A.L.S. 1p. 
    Found in: JACKSON, Holbrook Bookman's holiday: a recreation for book lovers. (E.1076) 
523  [-]  [-], Florence. To: Jan Christian Smuts.  
    Letter contains personal news of her family and friends; written on board R.M.S. "Mauretania". A.L.S. 6pp. 
524  [-]  [-], Jan Christian Smuts To: Joan.  
    Note thanking her for sweets she had sent him; includes some personal news. AL S 1p 
    Found in: MACKENZIE, John. Ten years north of the Orange River: a story of everyday life and work among the South African tribes. (E.1785) 
525  [-]  BARING, Mary, High Commission House, Cape Town. To: Jan Christian Smuts. 
    The writer returns Smuts' copy of Lady Salisbury's memoirs. A.L S. 1p. 
526  [-]  BRANFIELD, Wilfred, Derby To: Jan Christian Smuts.  
    Sends part of his manuscript based on the concept of Holism; acknowledges Smuts' influence. A.L S. 2pp. 
527  [-]  FAWCETT, Douglas, Alassio, Italy To: Jan Christian Smuts 
    The writer thanks Smuts for a paper and comments on the "spatio-temporal" aspect of physics. A.L.S. 3pp. 
528  [-]  OWEN, Sir David J , General manager, Port of London Authority, Cape Town To: Jan Christian Smuts, Pretoria 
    Sends a book as a souvenir of their meeting. T.L.S. 1p 
    Found in: BELL, Allan The port of London, 1909-1934. (E.355) 
529  [-]  RICHARDSON, Sallie, House of Assembly, Cape Town. To: Jan Christian Smuts. 
    Compliments Smuts on a speech delivered in the House of Assembly surveying the world situation; sends some reading matter to keep him occupied on a plane trip. A.L.S. 2pp. 
    Found in: International conciliation, no. 416, December 1945. (E.891) 
530  [-]  SEL..., Graham, High Wycombe, Buckinghamshire. To: Jan Christian Smuts. 
    Refers to the jubilee of the Gordon Boys' School; presents him with his book written about the school; requests a message of goodwill and a contribution to the jubilee fund. T.L.S. 2pp.