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Collection Index:SOUTH AFRICAN INSTITUTE OF RACE RELATIONS (SAIRR), 1930's-1950's
Collection Name:SOUTH AFRICAN INSTITUTE OF RACE RELATIONS (SAIRR), 1892-1974
AD1715 SOUTH AFRICAN INSTITUTE OF RACE RELATIONS (SAIRR), 1892-1974   
    
 Copyright 2013, Historical Papers Research Archive, The Library, University of the Witwatersrand, Johannesburg, South Africa   
    
 This collection comprises an assortment of Rheinhallt Jones and SAIRR papers, and complements and supplements other records of the Institute housed at Wits.   
 Again the emphasis is on 'Native Affairs' and 'race relations' in the broadest sense, primarily from the mid 1930's to 1950's. Section 5 - 'Administration of Africans' is particularly rich in this respect.   
    
 The papers have been sorted into thirty-six categories. However, because of the diversity, or generalised nature, of some of the material, fairly arbitrary categorization of material was unavoidable.   
    
 Please note: Some documents have been badly damaged prior to digitisation or are of poor quality.   
    
    
 LIST OF CATEGORIES   
    
Agriculture and rural areas   
Customary Law   
Legal disabilities of African Women   
'The needs of African Women'   
Administration of Africans   
Advisory boards   
Transport   
Housing   
Health   
10 Training of Health Workers   
11 African Education   
12 Teachers' and Educated-related Organizations   
13 Labour   
14 Social Services and Welfare   
15 Church bodies   
16 World War II   
17 War Memorial Health Foundation   
18 National Council of Women/National Council of African Women   
19 Wayfarers and Pathfinders   
20 (Please note: this section has not been assigned)   
21 Sundry Social Clubs   
22 Political Representation   
23 Black Politics   
24 Restrictive Legislation   
25 'Coloured' Affairs   
26 Indian Affairs   
27 Eastern and Southern Africa   
28 South-West Africa   
29 Swaziland   
30 Basutoland   
31 Bechuanaland   
32 Refugee Support Groups; United Nations Bodies   
33 Dept. of Information.   
34 Non-Racial Sport   
35 Race Relations   
36 Other   
    
    
 COLLECTION   
    
AGRICULTURE AND RURAL AREAS   
    
1.1 Rural politics   
1.1.1 D.R. Hunt to Gluckman, commenting on Gluckman's 'Sekukuniland until 1931'.   
1.1.2 Memo on politics in the Rustenburg district.   
1.1.3 Notes on 'Shangaan Tribes.   
1.1.4 J.R. Mutsila - 'Venda Progress'.   
1.1.5 Position paper relating to Native Service Contract Bill, February 1933   
1.1.6 Chief S. Matlala to Rheinallt-Jones and others requesting support for listed grievances. 1940.   
1.1.7 Batlokoa Chiefs' petition calling for the restoration of land and status Ts. November 1940   
1.1.8 Timothy M. Moloke - 'The Petition on behalf of the Mandebele Tribes' n.d.   
1.1.9 Memo on the Native Services Contract Act, 1932.   
    
1.2 Various papers relating to the reserves:   
1.2.1 E. Roux - 'Socialist Policy on the Reserves'.   
1.2.2 Rabbi Wailer - A Rabbi looks at the Native Question.   
1.2.3 Industrial Development Corporation of South Africa   
1.2.3.1 Correspondence re the call for investment in the reserves by the Industrial Development Corporation.   
1.2.3.2 Address by Dr. H.J. van der Bijl, November 1944   
1.2.3.3 Articles relating to the development of the Native Reserves   
1.2.3.4 Notes and article entitled "The South African Native Land Act, Dr. G.B. Clark, printed from 'Foreword'   
1.2.4 Land and Agriculture' - Ts Chapter for Hellmann's Race Relations Handbook.   
1.2.5 Bantu Authorities and Tribal Administration', Dept. of Native Affairs, 1958; and incomplete article "The Bantu in the Reserves", 7pages   
1.2.6 Promotion of Self Government Bill 1959   
1.2.6.1 The SAIRR's stand on the Bill   
1.2.6.2 Other responses   
1.2.6.3 Memorandum explaining background and objectives of the Bill   
    
1.2.7 The native reserves and their place in the economy of the Union of South Africa: Social & Economic Planning Council Report No.9, 1946.   
1.2.8 Other   
    
1.3 Joint Council Campaign against the Hertzog Bills, 1935.   
1.3.1 Conference Resolution, February 1936   
1.3.2 Correspondence, 1935-1936   
1.3.3 Newspaper clips relating to the Native Law Amendment Bill, 1937   
    
1.4.1 Hertzog Bills: various memoranda.   
1.4.2 Correspondence   
    
1.5.1 A new era of proclamation', Statement of policy by D.L. Smit, Ciskeian General Council, 1945.   
1.5.2 Report: Zwelitsha Native Town, King Williams Town, 1947.   
    
1.6 Black Agriculture:   
1.6.1 Report on drought conditions in the Bochum area. 1970.   
1.6.2 State Urbanisation Office - 'Natives Show Enthusiasm for Agricultural Betterment in W.-Transvaal. 1952.   
1.6.3 "South African Farming is becoming mechanised, May 1950   
1.6.4 Encouraging results of Taungs Scheme, by G.W. Wolvaardt, December 1952   
1.6.5 Land and Agriculture outside the Reserves, 48 pages (no pages 19-35)   
1.6.6 Native Agricultural Development, A.R.H. Welsh, n.d.   
1.6.7 Draft Proclamation re. culling of stock, May 1938   
1.6.8 Memorandum re. Agricultural clubs, Land Service clubs, Vocational training, Native Affairs, May 1948   
1.6.9 "How Native agriculture has deteriorated, Natal Natives No.5, by G.D. Alexander, April 1939   
1.6.10 Union of South Africa, Native Areas map, n.d.   
1.6.11 Agricultural assistance and advice, extract from 'The colonial problem', pages 157-161, n.d.   
1.6.12 Memorandum re. Native areas in the Lydenburg-Pilgrims-Sabie district, March 1927   
1.6.13 Newspaper clips   
1.6.14 Correspondence, 1946/1948   
    
1.7.1 Co-operatives in Tanganyika. Correspondence relating to Co-operatives in Tanganyika, 11 December 1944, with Appendices A, C, D (B missing)   
1.7.2 B.W.Lloyd - Agriculture in Southern Rhodesia, by B.W. Lloyd, August 1946   
1.7.3 Memo on the viability and organisation of Co-operatives in South Africa.   
    
1.8 Agriculture: general.   
1.8.1 Government publications   
1.8.1.1 List of Reserved trees with circulating letter, April 1935; Common Transvaal trees, by C.C. Stapleton, Department of Agriculture and Forestry, 1937   
1.8.1.2 The Agricultural position and the Government's proposals in regard thereto, Union of South Africa, 1938(?)   
1.8.1.3 Agricultural prices and control boards, Report No.1, Committee of the Cabinet appointed to deal with matters concerning the cost of living, March 1939   
1.8.2 Related articles, 1941-1952   
1.8.3 Various   
    
1.9 Asiatic Land Tenure in the Transvaal.   
1.9.1 Compilation of the existing law on Asiatic land tenure in the Transvaal, October 1935   
1.9.2 South African Indian Congress representations to the Transvaal Asiatic Land Tenure Act; including extracts from the evidence of the Asiatic Land Laws Commission. (no pages 5-8)   
    
1.10 Transvaal Land Owners' Association   
 Report of Committee and Statement of Accounts, 1933-1948.   
1.10.1 1933   
1.10.2 1934   
1.10.3 1935   
1.10.4 1936   
1.10.5 1937   
1.10.6 1938   
1.10.7 1939   
1.10.8 Various 1943, 1944, 1945   
1.10.9 1946   
1.10.10 1947   
1.10.11 1948   
    
1.11 Land Tenure Board: Evidence heard in Nylstroom before the Committee 1953. 4 vols, 6 parts - 2 boxes   
1.11.1 Volume 1   
1.11.2 Volume 2   
1.11.2.1 Volume 2 Part 1   
1.11.2.2 Volume 2 Part 2   
1.11.2.3 Volume 2 Part 3   
1.11.3 Volume 3   
1.11.4 Volume 4   
1.11.4.1 Volume 4 Part 1   
1.11.4.2 Volume 4 Part 2 (no page 581)   
    
    
CUSTOMARY LAW   
    
2.1 Memos relating to miscellaneous research into customary law by Rheinallt Jones, including handwritten notes   
2.1.1 By regions, Cape Province, Transvaal, Orange Free State   
2.1.2 Transkei   
2.1.3 Bogadi, 23 pages   
2.1.4 The Bapedi   
2.1.5 Lobola payment in the Thabanchu Reserve   
2.1.6 Inheritance and Succession in the Natal Code   
2.1.7 Various notes   
    
2.2 Handwritten lecture notes compiled by Rheinallt Jones on African Customary Law. Lectures 1-14, incomplete   
2.2.1 Lecture 1-3   
2.2.2 Lecture 5, 7, 8   
2.2.3 Lecture 10, 12   
2.2.4 Lecture 13-14   
2.2.5 Other   
    
2.3 Christian, customary and civil marriage rites   
2.3.1 Typed lecture notes, University of the Witwatersrand   
2.3.1.1 Bantu Law, "Bantu Studies Department"   
2.3.1.2 The ceremonial institutions of primitive peoples, Lecture VII   
2.3.1.3 The origin and development of government, Lecture XII   
2.3.1.4 Origin and development of law, Lecture XIII   
2.3.2 Typescripts for chapters of a publication   
2.3.2.1 Chapters III and IV   
2.3.2.2 Chapter V - Conclusion, with various notes   
2.3.3 Other notes on Native law   
    
2.4 The 1927 Native's Administration Act and Customary Law.   
2.4.1 Proclamation text and notes relating to the Native Administration Act, 1927 (No. 38 of 1927)   
2.4.2 The Native Administration Act 1927 and Native Marriages, including Main points of discussion with the Under-Secretary regarding the marriage and succession provisions in the Act   
2.4.3 Native Marriage laws and Christian Missionary position   
2.4.4 Memorandum regarding Native Marriages in the various provinces and the effect of such in relation to property, including a talk about the Marriage law and its application in Transvaal   
    
2.5 Customary Law: theoretical approaches and case studies   
2.5.1 Outline of the Native Administration Act, 1927, particularly relating to inheritance, succession and wills   
2.5.2 Theoretical approaches   
2.5.2.1 Examples from other African regions   
2.5.2.2 Applications of Native Law, by E.R. Garthorne, Under-Secretary for native Affairs, May 1924   
2.5.2.3 The Native Marriages Act, Legal opinion, n.d.   
2.5.2.4 Recognition of Customary law, Edwin W. Smith and A. Murray Dale: The Ila-speaking peoples of Northern Rhodesia, n.d.   
2.5.2.5 Theoretical aspects   
2.5.3 Legal cases   
2.5.3.1 Correspondence to Rheinallt Jones and Judgement in the case of K. Tau and J. Mathealira against Motsoene, 1930   
2.5.3.2 Summaries of various cases   
2.5.3.3 Summaries from the Appellate Division   
2.5.3.4 Ex Parte Peter Sinthumule, Opinion   
2.5.3.5 Correspondence to the SAIRR re legal clarification, 12 April 1955   
2.5.3.6 Native Law - Natal decisions, 1898-1905   
2.5.3.7 Notes and newspaper clips   
2.5.4 Evidence submitted by the Johannesburg Joint Council of Europeans and Africans to the Native Laws Commission, January 1947   
2.5.5 Notes   
    
2.6 Conference on Native Marriage Laws - 1928: Reports and correspondence.   
2.6.1 Conference summary   
2.6.2 Correspondence   
2.7 Marriage elsewhere.   
2.7.1 The Age of Marriage and the Age of Consent, Advisory Commission for the Protection and Welfare of Children and Young People, League of Nations, 10 December 1928   
2.7.2 Ancient Semitic Code and the Mosaic Legislation, by Dr J.H. Hertz, Ivri Onouchi, March 1929 / April 1929   
2.7.3 China: A new family portrait, by Henry K. Chang, The Rotarian, April 1931   
2.7.4 Polygamist Converts. Shall we baptize and receive them into Church Fellowship? By a Missionary who has spent nearly 40 years among a Polygamous People. N.d   
2.7.5 Correspondence and log book accounts from various missions, 1928   
2.7.6 Correspondence, 1926-1928   
2.7.7 Recognition of Native Law, handwritten by Rheinallt Jones (?), n.d.   
    
    
LEGAL DISABILITIES OF AFRICAN WOMEN   
    
3.1 Correspondence, 1946-1949   
3.1.1 1946   
3.1.2 1947-1948   
3.1.3 February - April 1949   
3.1.4 May - September 1949   
3.1.5 Newspaper clip entitled 'Serious breakdown in Bantu marriage customs', by L.I. Venables, The Forum, January 1949   
    
3.2 Commission on the Legal Disabilities of African Women': memos and correspondence   
3.2.1 Memos   
3.2.2 Correspondence, 1946-1959   
3.2.2.1 1946/47   
3.2.2.2 1955   
3.2.2.3 1956/57   
3.2.2.4 1958/59   
    
3.3 Legel position of the African woman   
3.3.1 3 Notes on the legal rights of the African woman   
3.3.2 Notes on Lobolo and Other, including Issue of permits to African Women in the City of Cape Town, with a re-print of The legal disabilities of African Women, SAIRR, 1947, and a flyer   
3.3.3 Correspondence, part of which refers to research for "Needs of African Women" , 1949-1964   
3.3.3.1 1949-1960   
3.3.3.2 1961   
3.3.3.3 1962   
3.3.3.4 1963/64   
    
3.4 Issue of reference books to women, 1959.   
3.4.1 Correspondence, 1953-1959   
3.4.2 Including Protest pamphlet; Interim Report no. 1 on Reference books for African women; typed example of reference book, 1958   
3.4.3 Press Bulletins and newspaper clips   
    
    
NEEDS OF AFRICAN WOMEN   
    
4.1.1 Survey of the needs of African Women, Preliminary Report, pp1-12, January 1954   
4.1.2 Related correspondence, 1953-1956   
4.2 The Needs of African Women' 523pp Ts by Mia Brandel, 1955 (no page 297)   
4.2a Supplement to the Report, pp 1-30   
    
    
ADMINISTRATION OF AFRICANS   
    
5.1.1 'Native Administration' - including a list of laws relating to Natives 1879-1924.   
5.1.2 Labour legislation, including: Wage Act 1937; Unemployment Insurance 1946; Workers' Compensation 1941; Registration for Employment 1945; Silicosis Act 1946. Also included Schedule of contributions from the Consolidated Revenue Fund   
5.1.3 Memos on Native Laws Amendment Act 36 of 1944.   
5.1.4 Pass Laws and other restrictions on the management of Africans   
5.1.5 Various   
5.1.6 Natal Draft Code: Natal Code of Native Laws Amendment 1933.   
    
5.2.1 President Reitz: 'The Native Question' 1892.   
5.2.2 Comment on an article 'Native Policy in East Africa' as applicable to South Africa. n.d.   
5.2.3 Rheinallt Jones - Lecture notes   
5.2.3.1 African Administration   
5.2.3.2 Native History and Policy   
5.2.3.3 Treatise by C. Lennox-Stretch on 'The Stockenstrom Treaty System' n.d.   
5.2.3.4 Various handwritten   
5.2.3.5 Press clippings on 'Native Affairs' 1920's. (Folio item)   
    
5.3.1 Draft Policy Proclamation Amending the Natal Code of Native Law of 1891   
5.3.2 Johannesburg Joint Council's memo on 'Native Disabilities in the Union of South Africa'. 1930.   
    
5.4 Statutes and Acts affecting Africans in Urban Areas and related memos. 1923-1945.   
5.4.1.1 Summary of the provisions of the Native Laws Amendment Bill, Notes by D.B. Molteno, 1944   
5.4.1.2 Memorandum on the amendments to the Natives Consolidation Act, 1945, to be incorporated in the Native Laws Amendment Bill, 1945, SAIRR   
5.4.2 Urban Native Administration Conference Report.   
5.4.3 Powers of the Supreme Chief.   
    
5.5.1 Pretoria and Johannesburg Joint Councils' Memos on 'Natives in Urban Areas' 1929-1943   
5.5.2 Native Trading in Urban Areas (with special reference to the Orange Free State), speech by Senator Rheinallt Jones in the Senate, 5 June 1939   
5.5.3 Other (no page 5-8)   
    
5.6.1 Joint Council Committee on 'Natives in Urban Areas': correspondence, 1929/1935.   
5.6.2 Evidence to be Submitted to the Committee of Enquiry concerning conditions among Urban Natives.   
5.6.3 Answers to Questionnaire and Points for Evidence before the interdepartmental Enquiry concerning Economic, health and social conditions; Memorandum to Committee of Enquiry into Organisation   
    
5.7.1 The Urban Native': memo, including an historical overview and statistical information, 26 pages, 1934.   
5.7.2.1 Summary of Preliminary Survey of Native Wages In The City of Johannesburg, Anthropology and Social Welfare Branch, 1939(?)   
5.7.2.2 A study of African Income and Expenditure in 987 families in Johannesburg, Miriam Janisch, January - November 1940   
5.7.2.3 Other, including Questionnaire on Economic Conditions of Johannesburg Bantu   
    
5.8.1 Copy of Bill to amend the Natives (Urban Areas) Consolidation Act 1945   
5.8.2 Memoranda on the amendments to the Bill, SAIRR, 1945; and A. Mears, 1951   
    
5.9.1 Native Administration Regulations and Corrigenda. 1945   
5.9.2 Draft of Native Location Regulations, 1945   
    
5.10.1 Untitled memo on African Administration in the Johannesburg area; includes information on the Institute of Administrators of Non-European Affairs, Advisory Board, General Policy, 'The Planning of Daveyton', 63 pages, with page 1 missing, n.d.   
5.10.2 'Alexandra News Bulletin' - issued by the Bantu Administration Dept. 4 items 1959-1964.   
    
5.11 Non-European and Native affairs department   
5.11.1 Report of the Manager, Non-European and Native Affairs Department, to Non-European and Native Affairs Committee, Johannesburg, May 1940   
5.11.2 L.I. Venables - 'Native Administration: some problems and a plan'. 1946   
5.11.3 Dept. of Native Affairs: functions and organization.   
    
5.12 Institute of Non-European Administration   
5.12.1 Notes of Conference with Administrators of Non-European Affairs, which resolved to agree to the establishment of a National Association, January 1947, and related minutes, May 1947   
5.12.2 Memorandum and Articles of Association   
5.12.3 Reports   
5.12.4 Annual Conferences   
5.12.4.1 2nd Annual Conference, East London, July 1953, Programme   
5.12.4.2 5th Annual Conference, Bloemfontein, September 1956.   
5.12.4.2.1 Programme, conference announcement, Problems for discussion with the Department of Native Affairs to be raised at the conference   
5.12.4.2.2 Presidential Address by J.E. Mathewson, Director of Non-European Affairs, Benoni, Afrikaans and English, 17 September 1956   
5.12.4.2.3 Papers presented, including: 'Financial implications of the Native Revenue Account', by E.M. Penrose; 'Observations in regard to the practical application of legislation affecting Natives in Urban Areas, by J. Roux; 'The history and policy of Kaffir beer in South Africa', by D.N. Bang   
5.12.4.2.4 Conference report, and confidential notes of Committee meeting about the Conference report, 25 September 1956   
5.12.4.3 6th Annual Conference, Margate Natal, September 1957   
 Conference announcement and conference report   
5.12.4.4 7th Annual Conference, Muizenberg, September 1958   
 Conference programme and conference report   
5.12.4.5 9th Annual Conference, Livingstone, August 1960, Announcement   
5.12.4.6 10th Annual Conference, Pretoria, August 1961, Report   
5.12.4.7 Correspondence, mainly relating to the annual conferences of the Institute, 1947-1967   
    
5.13 Report of the Unofficial Commission into the Illicit Liquor Problem on the Witwatersrand, appointed by the South African Temperance Alliance and the SAIRR, May 1935   
    
5.14.1 African Townships Committee - Minutes of a Sub-Committee Meeting, May-June 1941.   
5.14.2 Reef Managers & Superintendents of Urban Native Administration & Native Commissions - Minutes of a meeting, July 1944   
5.14.3 Memo: Some causes aggravating Johannesburg's Native Administration Difficulties   
5.14.4 Agenda and issues for the 4th conference of the National Association of Managers and Superintendents of Urban Native Affairs, August 1933; and correspondence   
5.15 Fact Papers: Circulars issued by the Department of Native Affairs and State Information Office, 1950-1952. Including article written by Dr D.L. Smit for publication in the British review 'The World Today', incomplete   
    
5.16 Miscellaneous memoranda relating to the administration of Africans   
5.16.1 Memos on policing matters   
5.16.2 Memo to the SAIRR by the Manager, Native Administration Dept., Durban. 1957   
5.16.3 The Economics of Trusteeship, with corrections, by Selby B. Nqcobo, .n.d..   
5.16.4 Dukatole News' - Non-European Affairs Dept., Germiston, 1951.   
5.16.5 Various, including memo on Syllabus for the Diploma in Native Affairs.   
    
5.17 Native Administration Conference convened by the Anglo-American Corporation, 12-19 October 1960, proposed programme & correspondence.   
5.17.1 Includes the text of an address delivered by Q.H. Whyte. 1960.   
    
5.18 Other regions   
5.18.1 Administration of Africans in East Africa, n.d.   
5.18.2 Native policy in the Belgian Congo, by N.L.K. Artus, 1949   
5.18.3 Eulogy to Felix Eboue - Governor of French East Africa, 1944   
    
5.19 Pass Laws: correspondence, memoranda and statements 1920-1947   
5.19.1 The Pass Laws', typescript of article by Advocate E. Kahn, with corrections made by Dr. Hellmann, July 1947   
5.19.2 Interviews and Memoranda relating to the Pass Laws   
5.19.3 Newspaper clips, 1934-1942   
5.19.4 Correspondence, 1920-1942   
    
5.20 Pass Law Exceptions: procedures and related memo's 1938-1959   
5.20.1 Samples of Special Passes   
5.20.2 Correspondence, 1938-1940   
    
5.21 Influx Control: memos and reports   
5.21.1 Influx Control in Johannesburg, 10 pages, SAIRR, 1954 (?)   
5.21.2 The Place of the Africans in Towns', by E. Williamson, a former president of the S.A. Federated Chamber of Industries), n.d.; and article with the same name (reply?) by F.W.C. Buitendag, Germiston, January 1951   
5.21.3 Memorandum: Urban Bantu Authorities Bill, Annexure 'C', 17 pages   
5.21.4 Handwritten notes relating to the Urban Areas Act, no.21 of 1923   
5.21.5 Typed notes relating to the Urban Areas Act and Segregation; also included a form for the 'Permission to occupy an arable or Homestead Allotment', Government Notice No. 833 of 1921   
    
5.22 Influx Control in Cape Town   
5.22.1 The Administrative and Socio-Economic Problems arising from the presence or absence of Bantu Women in Urban Areas, Legal and Administrative', a paper presented by S.A. Rogers, Manager, Native Administration Department, Cape Town   
5.22.2 The application of the Pass Laws in the Cape Town City council area , based on case work, October 1959 - October 1961, by J.L. Mouat   
5.22.3 Influx control in Cape Town: correspondence, 1944.   
5.22.4 Other related correspondence   
    
5.23 Cape Town: Removals and Rent increases   
5.23.1 Various reports, including: Removal of Squatters from Cook's Bush, 1957, Nyanga Housing Committee Reports and Rent increases, 1957, and memo on the removal of Riverside township, signed by G.T. Masemola, n.d.   
5.23.2 Related newspaper clips, 1957   
5.23.3 Correspondence, 1957   
    
5.24 The Removal of Germiston Old Location   
5.24.1 Evidence of the Location Native Advisory Board on the proposed removal of the Location, Germiston location, n.d.; and newspaper clip   
5.24.2 Correspondence between Rheinallt Jones, the Germiston Native Advisory Board and related officials. 1939-1941   
    
5.25 Model rural native township in Temba - 1948 Government information sheet.   
5.26 Removals from Pimville 1965-1972   
 Including minutes of meetings between the City of Johannesburg and the Pimville Advisory Board and Valuation Committee, 1965   
    
5.27 Removals in Greater Pretoria area: New Pietersburg, Pretoria area and Lady Selborne   
5.27.1 Memorandum re. New Pietersburg, January 1944   
5.27.2 Notes and correspondence relating to removals of Africans from Lady Selborne, 1955   
5.27.3 Greater Pretoria   
5.27.3.1 Answers to questionnaire and points for evidence before the interdepartmental enquiry concerning economic, health and social conditions of Natives in urban areas, submitted by the Manager, Native and Asiatic Administration Department, City Council of Pretoria, October 1941,   
5.27.3.2 Correspondence, 1955/1958   
5.27.3.3 Pretoria Joint Council of Europeans and Non-Europeans, including Summary of main provisions of Urban Bantu Authorities Bill, 1952; investigation in terms of the Group Areas Act 1950; Proposal opposing the proclamation of the Group Areas Act; 2 memoranda by the SAIRR relating to the Urban Areas Act of 1945 and the accommodation for Africans in Urban European Residential areas, 1956   
5.27.3.4 SAIRR map and publication covering the Pretoria Group Areas as proclaimed on the 6 June 1958; and newspaper image of the Asiatic Bazaar in Pretoria, n.d. but most probably around the time of proclamation   
    
5.28 Western Areas Removals: Sophiatown, Martindale, Newclare and Pageview   
5.28.1 Correspondence relating to the compilation of the early history of Sophiatown, Martindale and Newclare townships, with a copy of the latter included, January/February 1946   
5.28.2 Summary of the Report on the Survey of Western Areas, City of Johannesburg, Non-European Affairs Department, 1950 (no pages 23-25)   
5.28.3 Memorandum to the Ad-Hoc Committee on the Removal of Non-Europeans from the Western Areas 1952, by A.B. Xuma, Chairman of the Anti-Expropriation Ratepayers Association and Proper Housing Movement, 8 October 1952   
5.28.4 Newspaper articles relating the Western Areas Removals   
5.28.5 Notes   
    
5.29 Native Laws Enquiry Commission (Fagan Commission)   
5.29.1 Minutes of Evidence submitted by Dr. A.B. Xuma, President-General of the African National Congress, March 1947   
5.29.2 Evidence submitted by various individuals and groups, including various town councils and Farmers' Associations. Items have been numbered (by Commissioners?) and are present as follows: 171-172, 186-194, 195, 197-205, 251-253, 255, and other   
    
5.30 Liquor   
5.30.1 Correspondence and notes relating to the Tot system, beer brewing in urban areas and other   
5.30.2 Journal articles, 1947; and newspaper clips 1961   
    
5.31 'Taxation in the Union' - Ts Chapter for Hellmann's Race Relations Handbook, 1949.   
    
5.32 Group Areas: circulars, memos, correspondence.   
5.32.1 Durban Combined Indian Ratepayer's Association   
5.32.1.1 Summary of Durban Corporation Housing Scheme, 1958   
5.32.1.2 Report to the Biennial General Meeting of the D.C.I.R, 1959   
5.32.1.3 Press statements and Memo   
5.32.1.4 Minutes of meetings   
5.32.1.5 Mayville and Clairewood Ratepayers Associations   
5.32.1.6 Notes and Press statements by the Natal Indian Congress   
5.32.1.7 Indian land and agriculture in South Africa, by the Department of Economics, Natal University College, n.d.   
5.32.1.8 Other   
5.32.2 Memo's   
5.32.2.1 The powers and duties of local authorities under the Group Areas Act, 1950, by Adv. G.F. De Vos Hugo, Land Tenure Advisory Board   
5.32.2.2 Some hardships caused by the Group Areas Act, SAIRR, April 1960; also included a Rough Sketch map showing Group Areas on the Reef, n.d.   
5.32.2.3 Statement of 'Policy under Group Areas Act', by G.B. Law, President of Durban Chamber of Commerce, February 1961   
5.32.3 Correspondence, 1960-1962   
5.32.3.1 1960   
5.32.3.2 1961   
5.32.3.3 1962   
5.32.4 Press cuttings, 1967   
    
5.33 Amenities: Provision of rest-rooms and toilets for Africans in Johannesburg, correspondence, 1938-1939.   
    
    
ADVISORY BOARDS   
    
6.1 Location Advisory Boards Congress: Reports 1932; 1948.   
6.1.1 The fifth annual session of the location advisory boards' congress of South Africa, 19 - 22 December 1932   
6.1.2 Resolution adopted by the 15th annual location advisory boards' congress of South Africa. Kabah Location, Uitenhage, 18 - 21 December 1942   
6.1.3 Location advisory boards of South Africa: Memorandum on the bill to Amend the Natives Consolidation Act, 1945.   
6.1.4 Draft scheme for reconstructing the Johannesburg joint council of Europeans and Africans.   
    
6.2 Joint Advisory Boards - Minutes of Meetings 1941-1945 Incomplete   
6.2.1 1941   
6.2.2 1942   
6.2.3 1943   
6.2.4 1944   
6.2.5 1945 Jan-April   
6.2.6 1945 May - Oct   
    
6.3 Joint Native Advisory Boards - Minutes of Meetings 1947-1951. Incomplete.   
6.3.1 1947   
6.3.2 January 1948   
6.3.3 February - August 1948   
6.3.4 1949   
6.3.5 1951   
    
6.4 Native Advisory Boards   
6.4.1 "Regulations for the native Advisory Boards: Interpretation of terms"   
6.4.2 Native advisory boards to Urban Local Authorities: Their Scope, Functions, Position and Development" 1950   
6.4.3 Native advisory board document, annexure B: "The Block System".   
6.4.4 Memorandum on the Bill to amend the Natives (Urban Areas) Consolidation Act, 1945. Submitted by the Location Advisory Boards' Congress of South Africa. 1951.   
    
6.5 'Evidence tendered to the Native Affairs Committee by the members of the Advisory Board and Native Leaders'. 1935.   
    
    
TRANSPORT   
    
7.1 Correspondence re conditions of service for Black passengers at Bloemfontein Railway Station. 1942   
7.2 Correspondence re the erection of bus shelters in Pretoria 1953-1955   
    
7.3 Miscellaneous memo's: boycotts, fare increases, inadequate services.   
7.3.1 1942   
7.3.2 1950   
7.3.3 1952   
7.3.4 1953   
7.3.5 1954   
7.3.6 1955   
7.3.7 1956   
7.3.8 1957   
7.3.9 1958   
7.3.10 1959   
7.3.11 1960   
7.3.12 1961   
7.3.13 1962   
7.3.14 1970   
7.3.15 1971   
7.3.16 Had written notes. Undated   
7.3.17 Telegrams   
7.3.18 SAIRR Report on Local government aspects of the transport of non-European workers, 1943   
7.3.19 Statement by the SAIRR relating to the bus boycott. Undated.   
    
7.4 SAIRR report on Bus services in Alexandra and Sophiatown.   
    
    
HOUSING   
    
8.1 Miscellaneous Grievances and SAIRR advice, and 'native housing reports by the SAIRR:   
8.1.1 1953   
8.1.2 January 1954   
8.1.3 February 1954   
8.1.4 April 1954   
8.1.5 May 1954   
8.1.6 June 1954   
8.1.7 August 1954   
8.1.8 September 1954   
8.1.9 October 1954   
8.1.10 November 1954   
8.1.11 December 1954   
8.1.12 January 1955   
8.1.13 February 1955   
8.1.14 March 1955   
8.1.15 April 1955   
8.1.16 May 1955   
8.1.17 June 1955   
8.1.18 Joint council understandings of the effect of the native urban areas act of 1923, 4 March 1924   
8.1.19 "Report of city engineer, Pietermaritzburg, on four cottages at the native village recently erected by native artisans" 1937   
8.1.20 Memorandum on 'native' housing in the Orange Free State 1947   
    
8.2 Hilda Kuper - Housing and Income Surveys in the Witwatersrand 1942.   
8.2.1 Population, housing, income and personnel stats   
8.2.2 "Population by age, sex and marital conditions"   
8.2.3 "Standards of Living"   
8.2.4 "Sources of income"   
8.2.5 "Analysis of Statistics re Overcrowding in Western Native Township"   
8.2.6 Income stats   
    
8.3 Sub-economic Housing Plans - 1937, 1949, 1950, 1954.   
8.3.1 "Johannesburg Citizens' native Housing Committee" 1950   
8.3.2 "Notes on Sub-Economic Housing" Information from National Housing Office, September 1954   
8.3.3 Coloured and Malay housing Undated   
8.3.4 "Cheap Building by Pise De Terre Methods" Answers to Questions, Undated   
8.3.5 "Non European Housing"   
8.3.6 Notes on overcrowding. Hand written, Undated   
    
8.4 News clippings, Correspondence, memo's, resolutions and reports on 'native' housing. 1942-1981   
8.4.1 News Clippings on 'native' housing 1981   
8.4.2 Correspondence on 'native' housing 1942   
8.4.3 Correspondence on 'native' housing 1947   
8.4.4 Correspondence on 'native' housing 1949   
8.4.5 Correspondence on 'native' housing 1950   
8.4.6 Correspondence on 'native' housing 1951   
8.4.7 Undated hand written notes on 'native' housing   
8.4.8 Misc documents and stats on 'native' housing   
 Memorandums:   
8.4.9 Information circular for local authorities, issued by the National Housing and Planning Commission, 1 February 1946   
8.4.10 Association of the Chambers of Commerce of South Africa, Memo on the 'native' housing problem. 21 April 1949   
8.4.11 South African Federal Chamber of Industries, Memorandum on 'native' housing. 25 April 1949   
 Resolutions:   
8.4.12 "The financing of native housing" A.J. Cutten, 7 June 1949   
8.4.13 Native Housing: Resolutions adopted by the non-European affairs and committee of the Johannesburg rotary club. 2 September 1949   
 Reports:   
8.4.14 Special report by the manager, non-European affairs, on the proposed assisted housing scheme for native at Natalspruit,   
8.4.15 Native' housing report   
8.4.16 Report on the non-European affairs committee of Johannesburg rotary club on native housing   
8.4.17 "The financing of Native Housing"   
8.4.18 "Comparison of Vukuzenzele and Duncan village rental schemes"   
8.4.19 Report on 'native' housing costs   
8.4.20 City of Johannesburg: Improved Emergency Camp: Vukuzenzele   
    
8.5 Joint Advisory Committee on Urban Native Housing - Minutes of various meetings concerning Minimum standards of Accommodation. And Correspondence 1947-1948   
8.5.1 Correspondence 1947   
 Minutes:   
8.5.2 8 May 1947   
8.5.3 03-Jul-47   
8.5.4 3 July 1947, Terms of reference of committees   
8.5.5 1947/09/24 Council for scientific and industrial research   
8.5.6 1947/09/24 Legislative committee   
8.5.7 1947/09/26 Heating and cooling sub committee   
8.5.8 1947/09/26 Lighting committee   
8.5.9 1947/10/07 Noise Committee   
8.5.10 1947/10/07 estate planning committee   
8.5.11 1947/10/09 population needs and family trends   
8.5.12 1947/10/09 Survey of attitudes of occupants   
8.5.13 1947/10/14 Design committee   
8.5.14 1947/11/07 Lighting committee (Afrikaans)   
8.5.15 1947/11/18 Survey of attitudes of occupants   
8.5.16 1947/11/19 Legislative committee   
8.5.17 1947/11/20 Ventilation   
8.5.18 1947/11/24 Social Trends   
8.5.19 1947/11/26 House Planning and design   
8.5.20 1947/11/27 Heating and cooling   
8.5.21 1947/11/27 Noise committee   
8.5.22 1947/12/04 Minimum standards of accommodation   
8.5.23 1947/12/22 Minimum standards of accommodation   
8.5.24 1947/12/11 Survey of attitudes of occupants   
8.5.25 1948/01/08 Housing and planning design   
8.5.26 1948/01/21 Minimum standards of accommodation   
8.5.27 1948/01/21 Heating and cooling   
8.5.28 1948/02/23 Lighting committee   
8.5.29 1948/01/26 Estate planning   
8.5.30 1948/01/29 Ventilation   
8.5.31 1948/02/04 Minimum Standards of accommodation   
8.5.32 1948/02/04 Noise committee   
8.5.33 1948/02/12 Minimum standards of housing (Afrikaans)   
8.5.34 1948/02/13 Heating and cooling   
8.5.35 1948/02/18 Minimum Standards of housing   
8.5.36 1948/02/26 lighting committee   
8.5.37 1948/03/10 Minimum standards of accommodation   
8.5.38 1948/03/15 Estate planning   
8.5.39 1948/03/22 Heating and cooling   
8.5.40 1948/03/24 Minimum standards   
8.5.41 1948/03/25 Minimum standards   
8.5.42 1948/03/31 attitudes of occupants   
8.5.43 1948/04/05 Minimum Standards committee   
8.5.44 1948/04/09 Minimum standards committee   
8.5.45 1948/04/12 Minimum standards committee   
8.5.46 1948/04/14 Attitudes of occupants survey   
8.5.47 1948/04/15 Lighting committee (incomplete)   
8.5.48 1948/04/16 Legislative committee   
8.5.49 1948/04/21 Estate Planning   
8.5.50 1948/04/29 Minimum standards of accommodation   
8.5.51 Minimum standards of accommodation proposed headings   
8.5.52 Minimum standards of accommodation members of main committee   
    
8.6 Research Committee on Minimum Standards of Accommodation, Minutes 1948-1949.   
 Includes memos on township planning, heating systems and eugenics.   
 Minutes of 'native' housing committees:   
8.6.1 1947/12/11 Attitudes of occupants towards housing   
8.6.2 1948/01/21 Heating and cooling committee   
8.6.3 1948/01/21 Lighting committee   
8.6.4 1948/01/29 Ventilation committee   
8.6.5 1948/03/24 Attitudes of occupants towards housing   
8.6.6 1948/03/24 Attitudes of occupants towards housing   
8.6.7 1948/03/31 attitudes of occupants   
8.6.8 1948/04/14 Attitudes of occupants   
8.6.9 1948/04/14 Minimum standards of accommodation   
8.6.10 1948/04/21 Minimum standards of accommodation   
8.6.11 1948/04/29 Attitudes of occupants   
8.6.12 1948/04/29 Minimum standards of accommodation   
8.6.13 1948/04/29 Urban 'native' housing   
8.6.14 1948/05/7 Urban 'native' housing   
8.6.15 1948/05/25 A.J. Cutten, "The planning of Native Locations and Townships"   
8.6.16 1948/05/27 Urban African housing   
8.6.17 1948/05/28 Minimum standards of accommodation   
8.6.18 1948/06/03 Urban African housing   
8.6.19 1948/06/07 Notes by P.R Anderson on A.J. Cutten's "The planning of native townships and locations"   
8.6.20 1948/06/10 Agenda for meeting on Urban African housing   
8.6.21 1948/06/10 Urban African Housing   
8.6.22 1948/06/23 Minimum standards of accommodation   
8.6.23 1948/06/23 Minimum standards of accommodation   
8.6.24 1948/06/30 Minimum standards of accommodation   
 Reports:   
8.6.25 Interim Report on Minimum Standards of Accommodation 1948   
8.6.26 Interim Report on Minimum Standards of Accommodation 1948 (Draft)   
8.6.27 Interim Report on Heating Cooling and Ventilation 1948   
8.6.28 Interim Report on Heating Cooling and Ventilation 1948 (Duplicate)   
8.6.29 "The Planning of native Townships and Locations" A.J. Cutten   
8.6.30 Research Committee on Minimum Standards of Accommodation report   
8.6.31 Correspondence 1948   
8.6.32 JC Collings and Partner, Town Planning: "Analysis of possible family conditions and their relation to room requirements" January 1949   
8.6.33 Research committee on Minimum Standards of Accommodation. 4 March 1949   
8.6.34 Minutes of Minimum Standards of Accommodation 28 April, 1949   
8.6.35 Minutes of Minimum Standards of Accommodation 18 July, 1949   
8.6.36 Minimum standards of accommodation, summary. Incomplete.   
8.6.37 Letter re town planning to the minimum standards of accommodation committee   
8.6.38 Minimum Standards of Accommodation report, incomplete   
    
8.7 Johannesburg Citizens' Native Housing Committee: Minutes, circulars, reports and correspondence. 1950-1953.   
8.7.1 Johannesburg Chamber of Commerce circulars ton members of the citizens native housing committee May 1950 - November 1950 and undated   
8.7.2 Correspondence and notes re 'native' housing. 1950 and 1956   
8.7.3 Minutes for the Citizens Committee meetings for native housing, Johannesburg, 1950   
8.7.4 Minutes of meeting of African members of the joint consultative sub-committee (Undated)   
8.7.5 News clipping re 'native' housing 1950   
8.7.6 "The Johannesburg Chamber of Commerce: A Plan For Immediate Native Housing" 14 April 1950   
8.7.7 "Report of the non-European consultative sub-committee" 15 May 1950   
8.7.8 Citizens native Housing Committee: "The plan for immediate native housing" May 1950   
8.7.9 Johannesburg Citizens Native Housing Committee consideration of a joint report. 20 July 1950   
8.7.10 Draft joint report of Town Clerk, Treasurer, Engineer and health officer of Johannesburg to the Native Housing Committee June 1950   
8.7.11 Report of the non-European consultative sub-committee undated   
8.7.12 Draft report on 'native' housing. Undated   
8.7.13 Official programme of Industrial and commercial goods. Orlando, June 1950   
    
8.8 Various memoranda on housing; including building schemes using black artisans. 1949-1953.   
8.8.1 Correspondence 1951-1952   
8.8.2 News Clippings 1950 - 1953   
8.8.3 Memorandum on non-European housing in Pretoria 25/05/1950   
8.8.4 "The native housing problem in South African Urban areas" Statement by the Catholic Federation of the Johannesburg Diocese   
8.8.5 "This or This?" Pamphlet from the CAFDA welfare society outlining the advantageous of a housing scheme of coloured populations in the cape.   
8.8.6 Financing of housing file   
8.8.7 Correspondence 1948-1949   
8.8.8 "The establishment of a sound National housing policy" Abstract from housing conference in Johannesburg 1943, with notes and pamphlets   
8.8.9 "Report on the selling of plots and houses to natives on an economic basis"   
8.8.10 native' housing plan   
    
    
HEALTH   
    
9.1 Nutrition:   
9.1.1 Valentine Maniac - 'Report on the food kitchens at New Brighton'. 9pp. 1942.   
9.1.2 E.H. Cluver - 'The Nutritional Survey of the Union'.   
9.1.3 E.G. Holmes - Anaemia in Indians: the field of work on Anaemia and its role in disease. 1949.   
9.1.4 State Information Office - Summary of Nongoma Dietary Survey. 1950.   
9.1.5 South Rhodesian Nutrition Council - Annual Reports 1957-1958.   
9.1.6 Nyasaland Native Food: J. Barker Nutrition Survey   
9.1.7 Union of S.A. - Dept. of Public Health - 'Food and Health'. 1943.   
9.1.8 Roger Howman - The Native Labourer and his food. 1943.   
9.1.9 I.S. Williams - 'The food and feeding of Native Labourers'. 1941.   
9.1.10 E.W. Fox - Diet and Health in S.A. - Malnutrition. 1935.   
9.1.11 Tomango Ltd. - Notes on the Prevention of Scurvy amongst Native Workers, and other notes. 1936.   
9.1.12 Union Education Dept. - 'General Policy: Native School Feeding Schemes'. 1945.   
9.1.13 Native Feeding: Department of Nutrition, Pretoria   
9.1.14 The food production potential of the union in relation to the Food requirements of the population. By D.G. Haylett   
9.1.15 A valuable Study of Nutrition In a Transvaal Town   
9.1.16 Survey from page 2 -17   
9.1.17 Current Affairs, Food and People   
9.1.18 Nutritional Research in the Union of South Africa   
9.1.19 The Role of Food In Post-War   
9.1.20 Organization for a world of food policy   
9.1.21 League of Nations Nutrition. Report Submitted by the Second Committee to the Assembly   
9.1.22 Soma Meal product of the Soya Bean: Some useful recipes   
9.1.23 Minutes   
9.1.24 Articles and pamphlets relating to nutrition and hygiene   
    
9.2 SAIRR correspondence relating to Nutrition and feeding schemes. 1938-1946   
9.2.1 Correspondence   
9.2.2 Food Position In Native Areas And Steps Taken to Deal With A Possible Shortage   
9.2.3 Article relating Food relief and nutrition   
9.2.4 Nutrition and Common sense   
9.2.5 Other   
    
9.3 Red Cross information sheets   
9.3.1 Correspondence   
9.3.2 Scabies or The Itch   
9.3.3 Bilharzia   
9.3.4 Meeting Agenda   
    
9.4.1 Tuberculosis   
9.4.1.1 Tuberculosis S.A. Institute for Medical Research - 'Tuberculosis amongst Native Mine Labourers on the Witwatersrand'. Abstract from the journal 'Public Health', 1932. See full Report under 9.4.1.1a below.   
9.4.1.1a Tuberculosis in South African Natives with special Reference to the Disease amongst the Mine Labourers on the Witwatersrand (Being the Report of the Tuberculosis Research Committee, originally established by the Transvaal Chamber of Mines and later expanded into a Joint Committee by incorporation of representatives of the Union Government). Published by the South African Institute for Medical Research, No. XXX (Vol. V), March 1932   
9.4.1.1a1 Contents and Introduction   
9.4.1.1a2 Part I - A preliminary survey of facts bearing on tuberculosis in South African Natives   
9.4.1.1a3 Part II - Tuberculosis as a disease of the Native industrial population in South Africa of to-day   
9.4.1.1a4 Summary of Recommendations by the Committee   
9.4.1.1a5 Appendices and References   
    
9.4.1.2 Report on the Incidence of Tuberculosis among residents of Pietermaritzburg   
9.4.1.3 City Of Pietermaritzburg Public Health Department. February, 1993   
9.4.1.4 Letter from Medical Officer of Health with attached document "Municipal Health Problems Of The Non-European Population".   
9.4.2 Smallpox: an account of an outbreak, Duiwelskloof 1938   
9.4.3 Miners' Phthisis and silicosis   
9.4.3.1 Senatorial Correspondence   
9.4.3.2 Memorandum   
9.4.3.3 The Miners' Phthisis Acts Commission   
9.4.3.4 Conference held in Volkskas-Gebou, Pretoria   
9.4.3.5 Report of the director on a conference on proposed pensions for natives under the silicosis act.   
9.4.3.6 Compensation payable to Native labourers under the Silicosis   
9.4.3.7 Various   
9.4.4 Venereal disease - Memoranda, reports and correspondence 1928-1942   
9.4.4.1 Infant Mortality, Tuberculosis, Venereal Diseases   
9.4.4.2 Memorandum on the need for out-patient treatment   
9.4.4.3 None European Health Education Week   
9.4.4.4 Correspondence   
9.4.4.5 Various   
9.4.5 Epilepsy among coloured families who have applied for public assistance'. 1943. (missing)   
    
9.5 Health Science in the union   
9.5.1.1 G.W. Crate - 'Health Services in the Union'. c.1948   
9.5.1.2 Men of Vision' - Address to the South African (Native and Coloured) Health Society. 1939.   
9.5.1.3 Entokozweni: Annual Report 1951   
9.5.1.4 Entokozweni: Annual Report 1953   
9.5.1.5 Entokozweni: Annual Report 1954   
9.5.1.6 Entokozweni: Annual Report 1955   
9.5.1.7 Entokozweni: Annual Report 1957   
9.5.1.8 Community Health Center. First Report for the period 1st January 1943 to December 31st 1944   
9.5.2 Eastwood Non-European   
9.5.2.1 Eastwood Non-European Health Services Association: Annual Report and Statements of Accounts 30th June 1949   
9.5.2.2 Eastwood Non-European Health Services Association: Annual Report and Statements of Accounts 30th June 1953   
    
9.6.1 Mission Hospitals: Various Correspondences   
9.6.1.1 1936   
9.6.1.2 1937   
9.6.1.3 1938   
9.6.1.4 1939   
9.6.1.5 1940   
9.6.1.6 1941 and undated   
9.6.1.7 1945   
9.6.1.8 1946   
9.6.2 Mission Hospital   
9.6.2.1 Public Health Amendment Act 1935   
9.6.2.2 The bantu Welfare Trust   
9.6.2.3 Reports   
9.6.2.4 Proposals   
9.6.2.5 Notices   
9.6.2.6 Memorandums   
9.6.2.7 Minutes   
9.6.2.8 Other   
    
9.7 Health Mission Hospitals Reports   
9.7.1.1 Jane Furse Memorial Hospital   
9.7.1.2 Bridgman Memorial Hospital   
9.7.1.3 St. Mary's Hospital Kwamagwaza   
9.7.1.4 The Natal Missionary Conference   
9.7.1.5 Ciskei Missionary Council   
9.7.1.6 The Donald Fraser Hospital   
9.7.1.7 Prince Alice Nursing Home   
9.7.1.8 Boksburg - Benoni Hospital   
9.7.1.9 Holy Cross Hospital   
9.7.1.10 Conference on Rural Nursing   
9.7.1.11 Benedictine Mission Hospital   
9.7.2 Misc: Enquiries about health services   
9.7.3 Correspondence 1929 - 1942   
    
9.8 Administrative restrictions on health care: Correspondence and attached different documents   
9.9 Health care for Indians in Natal: includes details of the St Aidan's Indian Missionary Hospital, and statistics of the number of Indian workers on Natal tea and sugar cane estates. 1935.   
    
9.10 Mental Health:   
9.10.1 Memoranda   
9.10.2 Correspondence 1960-1963   
    
9.11 Non-European Health Week   
9.11.1 Correspondence   
9.11.2 Minutes of meetings   
9.11.3 Other   
    
9.12.1 Hospitals beyond South Africa   
9.12.1.1 W.S. Turnbull - 'Health Services in Nigeria'. 3pp. 1944   
9.12.1.2 E. Rheinallt-Jones - 'Native Health Services in Southern Rhodesia. 7pp. 1935   
9.12.1.3 'Health Facilities for the Africans of de Beer's Ranch, Shangani'. 6pp. 1942.   
9.12.1.4 Godfrey Higgins - 'National Health Service'. 12pp. 1944.   
9.12.2 Christian Council of S.A. Medical Work Committee   
9.12.2.1 Correspondence. 1933-1940.   
9.12.2.2 Report   
9.12.2.3 Memorandum   
9.12.3 The Association of Medical Missions of the Ciskei   
9.12.3.1 Circulars   
9.12.3.2 memoranda 1946   
9.12.3.3 Minutes   
9.12.4 Mission Hospital Reports:   
9.12.4.1 Mission Suisse dans L'Afrique du Sud - Notre Effort Medical. 4pp. 1931.   
9.12.4.2 St Raphael's Hospital, Modderpoort. 2pp. 1943.   
9.12.4.3 'Medical Services in the Sibasa Area'. 7pp. 1939.   
9.12.4.4 Kutlwanong Deaf and Dumb School, Report. n.d.   
9.12.4.5 Shongwe Mission Hospital, Hectorspruit: Annual Report and Financial Statement. 1953,1954,1956   
9.12.4.6 Memoranda on the proposed establishment of an orthopaedic ward at the Lovedale Hospital   
9.12.4.7 Correspondences   
9.12.4.8 Other   
9.12.5 Alexandra Health Centre and University Clinic - Annual Reports, 1937, 1939-1958   
9.12.6 Transvaal Commission on Free Hospitalisation, 1930-1940: Memoranda and news clips.   
9.12.6.1 Memorandum   
9.12.6.2 Report   
9.12.6.3 Correspondence   
9.12.6.4 Paper clippings   
9.12.7 General papers on health in South Africa, 1929-1961.   
9.12.7.1 Infant Mortality In The Rural African Population   
9.12.7.2 European-Bantu Conference   
9.12.7.3 Reports   
9.12.7.4 Articles   
9.12.7.5 Correspondence   
9.12.7.6 Other Relating Documents   
    
    
10 TRAINING OF HEALTH WORKERS   
    
10.1 Correspondence re the training of Indian, African and Coloured health workers; includes discussions on state policy developments regarding medical training, the provision or otherwise of bursaries for African students, debate over the relative merits of para-medical training provided at Fort Hare, and related issues. 1931-1949.   
10.1.1 1931   
10.1.2 1932   
10.1.3 1934   
10.1.4 1940   
10.1.5 1941 Jan-June   
10.1.6 1941 July-December   
10.1.7 1942 Jan - Feb   
10.1.8 1942 March - December   
10.1.9 1946   
10.1.10 1947   
10.1.11 1948   
10.1.12 1949   
10.1.13 1950   
10.1.14 1951   
10.1.15 1952   
10.1.16 1953   
10.1.17 1955   
10.1.18 1956   
10.1.19 1960   
10.1.20 1961   
10.1.21 1962   
10.1.22 1963   
10.1.23 1964   
10.1.24 1965   
10.1.25 1969   
    
10.2 Memoranda and reports on the provision of medical training for 'Non-Europeans'.   
10.2.1 C.T. Loram - 'The training of Natives in Medicare and Public Health'. 1926   
10.2.2 University of the Witwatersrand - Memorandum on a Native Medical School. 1933.   
10.2.3 G.W. Gale - 'Training of Medical Aids'. 1937.   
10.2.4 C.C.P. Anning - Native Health Assistants in Urban Areas. 1937   
10.2.5 C.C.P Anning 'Men of Vision'. 1939.   
10.2.6 'Medical and Dental Training of Natives' - Record of a discussion between Dr Kerr, Principal of Fort Hare, Dr Eybers, Acting Secretary for Education, Sen. Rheinallt-Jones, Mr Raikes, Principal of Wits, and others. 5pp. 1941.   
10.2.7 University of the Witwatersrand - Non - European Medical College,1944   
10.2.8 SAIRR - Memorandum submitted to the Committee appointed to inquire into the Training of Doctors. 4pp. 1946.   
10.2.9 Correspondence on the training of non-European dentists, 1948   
10.2.10 University of Natal - Memorandum re Accommodation and Land requirements for a Non-European College at Wentworth. 4pp. 1948.   
10.2.11 Union Govt., Dept. of Education - Report of a Commission investigating the Provision of Additional Facilities for the Training of Dentists. 6p. 1948.   
10.2.12 Commission of enquiry into training of medical students   
10.2.13 SAIRR - Evidence submitted to the Commission of Enquiry into the Training of Medical Students. 6pp. 1949.   
10.2.14 Extract from the Senate Hansard of 3 June 1949, relating to Medical & Dental Training. 10pp   
10.2.15 J.C. Middleton Shaw - Evidence submitted to the Commission. 4pp. 1949.   
10.2.16 Notes on the Report of the Union Departmental Committee on Native Medical Education. 2pp. n.d.   
10.2.17 Commission of enquiry into training of medical students   
10.2.18 R.A. Aitken - 'Medical training of Natives'. n.d.   
10.2.19 Oliver Walker - 'Vendaland has three doctors to 200,000 Natives'. n.d   
10.2.20 Native health assistants in Urban Areas, Dr. CCP Anning. ND   
10.2.21 Memorandum on the students medical council to the commission of enquiry into the training of medical students   
10.2.22 Commission of enquiry into training of medical students and other related issues, hand written notes   
10.2.23 Commission of enquiry into training of medical students and other related issues: Summary of evidence to be submitted by students medical council. Hand written   
10.2.24 SAIRR - Summary of the Recommendations of the Snyman Commission into the High Cost of Medical Services and Medicines   
10.2.25 ?Native Education Commission Report' in The South African Outlook,? Aug.1951.   
    
10.3 Press clips carrying details of the establishment of a dental training centre at Pretoria 1949-1950   
    
10.4 Correspondence relating to the training of nurses: includes information on the location of various training hospitals. 1931-1942.   
10.4.1 1932-1933   
10.4.2 1934   
10.4.3 1935-1938   
10.4.4 March 1941   
10.4.5 June 1941   
10.4.6 July 1941   
10.4.7 August 1941   
10.4.8 September 1941   
10.4.9 October 1941   
10.4.10 November 1941   
10.4.11 December 1941   
10.4.12 January 1942   
10.4.13 February 1942   
10.4.14 March 1942   
10.4.15 May 1942   
10.4.16 June 1942   
10.4.17 July 1942   
10.4.18 August 1942   
10.4.19 September 1942   
10.4.20 October 1942   
10.4.21 December 1942   
10.4.22 Misc notes and undated   
    
10.5 Training of nurses: L. Erasmus Ellis -'An Emergency Medical Scheme for Natives' S.A. Medical Journal??, Sept 1943.   
10.5.1 "Rules for training and examination of medical and surgical nurses" 1928-1931   
10.5.2 Proceedings of conference on the training of non-European nurses" June 1932, Bloemfontein   
10.5.3 Report of meeting of non-European nursing training and employment September 1932, Johannesburg   
10.5.4 Proposed special nursing training for native areas 1932   
10.5.5 Sub committee for training of non-European nurse 1932   
10.5.6 Briefing from the SAIRR to the General Missionary Conference on Medical Work, 1933   
10.5.7 SAIRR briefing to member of the standing committee on non-European Health Services 1934   
10.5.8 SAIRR report on non-European nursing services 1934   
10.5.9 SAIRR report: "Coloured Girls and the Nursing Profession" 1935   
10.5.10 "Medical Services in the SIBASA Area" 1939   
10.5.11 "Note on Medical Training for Nurses" D.L. Smit, 1941   
10.5.12 "Evidence to the Committee on Medical Training and services for natives" By Mrs. R. Jones, 1941   
10.5.13 "Medical Training and Medical Services for Natives" R.D. Aitken, 1941   
10.5.14 Report on the shortage of Nurses in South Africa, national executive committee of the national war memorial health foundation, 1949   
10.5.15 "Suggested scheme for employment of rural nurses" Undated   
10.5.16 "Native girls and the nursing profession" Undated   
    
10.6 Correspondence relating too the training of Sanitary Inspectors:   
10.6.1 1934   
10.6.2 1937   
10.6.3 1938   
10.6.4 1939   
10.6.5 1940, including questionnaire   
10.6.6 1941   
10.6.7 1942   
10.6.8 1943   
10.6.9 1944   
10.6.10 undated   
    
10.7 "Native" health care assistants memoranda, articles, reports, Correspondence and notes. 1931-1943 and Undated Pietermaritzburg, Benoni   
10.7.1 Memorandum on medical services for rural areas with special reference to 'native' areas, 1931   
10.7.2 "Non-European health care assistants course of training" 1933   
10.7.3 "Native Health Care Assistants" Pietermaritzburg Course information 1936   
10.7.4 "Native Health Care Assistants" Benoni Course information 1939   
10.7.5 "Training for Health Services" Article from the "Bantu World" 01/30/1943   
10.7.6 "An emergency medical scheme for natives" From South African medical Journal, 11/09/1943   
10.7.7 The royal sanitary institute examination for sanitary aids (non-European) undated   
    
10.8 Training of Black Pharmacists: SAIRR Correspondence 1946-1961, reports and news clippings:   
10.8.1 Correspondence 1945   
10.8.2 Correspondence 1946   
10.8.3 Correspondence January - July 1947   
10.8.4 Correspondence August - December 1947   
10.8.5 Correspondence 1948   
10.8.6 Correspondence 1949   
10.8.7 Correspondence May 1951   
10.8.8 Correspondence June - December 1951   
10.8.9 Correspondence 1952   
10.8.10 Correspondence 1953   
10.8.11 Correspondence 1954   
10.8.12 Correspondence 1955   
10.8.13 Correspondence 1956   
10.8.14 Correspondence 1961   
10.8.15 News clippings 1949   
10.8.16 Memorandum of meeting with members of the pharmaceutical society. 1949   
10.8.17 Report of the committee to enquire into the training of chemists and druggists in South Africa, November 1951   
10.8.18 SAIRR report on facilities for training non-European pharmacists undated   
10.8.19 "The training of non-Europeans as pharmacists" Undated   
10.8.20 "Training of non-European Pharmacists" Undated   
    
    
11 AFRICAN EDUCATION   
    
11.1 Native Education Conference: Reports. n.d. Pamphlets, circulars and reports 1925-1952: includes:   
11.1.1 "A South African Comment on the School Question" Rev. J.O. Nash, October 1925   
11.1.2 "A Century of Education in the Transvaal" A.K. Bot , 1936   
11.1.3 Bulletin of Educational Statistics for the Union of South Africa, 1939   
11.1.4 "The School Farm" (A paper dedicated to Transvaal School Farms), 1 March, 1943   
11.1.5 "Rural education news letter" No 1 , 1 Jan 1935   
11.1.6 "Regulations governing award of bursaries to native students: amendment" 30 June, 1938   
11.1.7 "People and Things", H. Nicolson, and "The Case for Native Education" by Sir D. Cameron, in The Spectator 7 July 1939   
11.1.8 Letter too Senator R. Jones, re education for black South Africans   
11.1.9 "Greater Native Scope" in the Mercury, 16 November 1942   
11.1.10 Resolution of conference of native education, 30 July 1943   
11.1.11 "Labours views on native education" Article in the Labour Party's newsletter, the Labour Bulletin, January 1943   
11.1.12 Correspondence relating too Lorna Fellowships and Phillip Stokes fund, 1940   
11.1.13 News clipping on education for black south African 1944-1945   
11.1.14 "The control of Bantu education" From Bantu World, 5 February 1944   
11.1.15 Correspondence relating to education, 1946-7   
11.1.16 "The teacher and his school" in The Teachers Supplement, 10 February 1945   
11.1.17 Learn and work scheme in Black farm schools. 11 March 1945   
11.1.18 Council of education agenda, April 1945   
11.1.19 Memo on native education bill, July 1945   
11.1.20 Native education draft estimate summaries. 1952   
11.1.21 Estimates of expenditures of native education, 1952   
11.1.22 Estimates of expenditures of native education Cape of good hope, 1952   
11.1.23 Estimates of expenditures of native education Transvaal, 1952   
11.1.24 "Employment open to Africans in the native affairs department. n.d.   
11.1.25 Cape province, student teacher loans. n.d.   
11.1.26 Estimates of expenditures on the expansion of a school building in Thaba'Nchu. n.d.   
11.1.27 "Foundation in non-European education" The Lieberman Nursery School   
11.1.28 Part time classes for non-Europeans at the Witwatersrand technical college   
11.1.29 Transvaal non-European Carnegie Library meeting. n.d.   
11.1.30 "Home Education for African Women" n.d.   
11.1.31 Incomplete info sheet on tertiary courses available to black students.   
11.1.32 Application form for registration of an existing private school for Bantu pupils or persons.   
11.1.33 Proposed regulations for the double purpose learn and work school   
11.1.34 "In the news: Compulsory education"   
11.1.35 "Native education three year plan"   
11.1.36 "Recent Problems in native Education" by A.T. Seele   
11.1.37 Rotary club of Johannesburg, Educational facilities committee, case history, 1946   
11.1.38 "Education" inter-African and regional conferences, 1950-1954, Tananarive, Accra, Nairobi   
11.1.39 Education in world reconstruction, an address by J.P Dumminy, June 1955   
11.1.40 "Education of the Academically Talented" Summary of discussion of the trustees of the Carnegie Foundation for the Advancement of Teaching, 1958-1959 annual report   
11.1.40 Native education conference and natal Correspondence, 1949-1964   
11.1.40.1 1964   
11.1.40.2 1962   
11.1.40.3 1952   
11.1.40.4 1951   
11.1.40.5 1950   
11.1.40.6 December 1949   
11.1.40.7 November 1949   
11.1.40.8 October 1949   
11.1.40.9 September 1949   
11.1.40.10 August 1949   
11.1.40.11 July 1949   
11.1.40.12 June 1949   
11.1.40.13 May 1949   
11.1.40.14 April 1949   
11.1.40.15 March 1949   
11.1.40.16 March 1949   
    
11.2 Evidence submitted to the Eiselen Commission on Native Education 1949:   
11.2.1 Native education commission replies to questions by Kenneth Kirkwood. University of Natal, Durban   
11.2.2 Evidence submitted to the Eiselen Commission on Native Education 1949 by the Education League   
11.2.3 Various notes and reports compiled by the SAIRR for evidence to the Eiselen Commission of 1949   
11.2.4 SAIRR "Evidence submitted to the commission to investigate and report on native education" 1949   
11.2.5 Johannesburg joint council of Europeans and African: Evidence to be submitted to the commission on native education" 1949   
11.2.6 Memorandum on native Education, drawn up by the Bloemfontein Joint Council of Europeans, African and Coloured for submission to the 1949 Commission on Native Education.   
11.2.7 Commission on Native Education: Replies to Questionnaire. Submitted by Arnott, Blythswood, 1949   
11.2.8 Address by AA Roberts, Secretary for Union Education to the SAIRR, Cape Town, 1949   
11.2.9 Native Education Commission Subsidiary Answers from Bloemfontein Joint Council of Europeans, Africans and Coloureds.   
11.2.10 Replies to questionnaire of the commission of Native Education to be submitted by the Transvaal Advisory Board on native Education   
11.2.11 Evidence for submission on Native Education   
11.2.12 Evidence submitted to the Eiselen Commission by the SAIRR various handwritten Chapters:   
11.2.12.1 "Is it fair to regard the native as a separate race?"   
11.2.12.2 "Place of native in religious education"   
11.2.12.3 "History and economics" of Africans in South Africa   
11.2.12.4 "The Racial Characteristics of the African"   
11.2.12.5 "The Africans special qualities and aptitudes"   
11.2.12.6 "Report if the Native Economic Commission"   
11.2.12.7 "Employment open to Africans in the Native Affairs Department"   
11.2.12.8 "Changes in Social Circumstances now taking place"   
11.2.12.9 "Guiding principles and aims"   
11.2.12.10 "Publications Consulted'   
11.2.12.11 "Question 9"   
11.2.12.12 "Chief defects of primary schools"   
11.2.12.13 "Chief defects of teacher training colleges"   
11.2.12.14 "Chief Defects of Secondary Schools"   
11.2.12.15 "Chief Defects of University Training"   
11.2.12.16 "Physiology, Hygiene and 1st aid"   
11.2.12.17 "Physical Training"   
11.2.12.18 "Science"   
11.2.12.19 "Geography"   
11.2.12.20 "Manual Training"   
11.2.12.21 "Question 10, place of nature in religious education curriculum"   
11.2.12.22 "Question 12, Action committee"   
11.2.12.23 "Question 13, Administration"   
11.2.12.24 "Question 14, Control"   
11.2.12.25 "Question 15, Finance"   
11.2.12.26 "Question 16, Adult education"   
11.2.12.27 "Use of mother tongue as medium of Education"   
11.2.12.28 Report of Native economic Commission   
    
11.3 Government aided African schools   
11.3.1 Memo drawn up by The Education Ad Hoc Committee Representing the Joint Advisory Boards of Johannesburg and the Bantu School Boards of Soweto: Schooling facilities for Blacks in the Johannesburg Area. n.d   
11.3.2 Correspondence between Rheinallt-Jones and various state officials. 1937-1941   
11.3.3 Correspondence regarding non-white and non-racial sport, 1958-1963:   
11.3.3.1 1958   
11.3.3.2 1959   
11.3.3.3 1960   
11.3.3.4 1961   
11.3.3.5 1962   
11.3.3.6 January - May 1963   
11.3.3.7 May - December 1963   
11.3.3.8 1964   
    
11.4 Grace Dieu: Reports of the Diocesan Training College, 1942-1944.   
11.5 Analysis of pupils at St Peter's Secondary School, Rosettenville: Aptitudes, origins, ambitions, religions, etc. 1940.   
11.6 Correspondence between Rheinallt-Jones and various educationists regarding the minimum age of entrance for African teachers training in the various departments. 1940.   
11.7 Correspondence re unrest at Fort Hare, 1943; also correspondence re Z.K. Matthews, 1953   
    
11.8 Papers presented at the 1969 Bantu Education Conference.   
11.8.1 Record of Proceedings   
11.8.2 Group discussion on school curricula   
11.8.3 Report on discussion on science and mathematics   
11.8.4 Main needs for a future in Bantu Education, M. Horrell   
11.8.5 Local School Administration, W.F. Nkomo   
11.8.6 The School and the community, F.S.M. Mncube   
11.8.7 Bantu Manpower and Education, E.G. Malherbe   
11.8.8 University Education, A.L. Behr   
11.8.9 Vocational and Technical education, G. Tabor   
11.8.10 Teacher Training, A.N. Boyce   
11.8.11 Attitudes of high school pupils, R. Turner   
11.8.12 Primary and Secondary Schools, Prof. Kgware   
    
11.9 Jeanes Conference, 1935.   
11.9.1 27 May 1935   
11.9.2 29 May 1935   
11.9.3 30 May 1935   
11.9.4 31 May 1935   
11.9.5 1-4 June 1935   
11.9.6 5 June 1935   
11.9.7 Inter-Territorial Jeanes Conference, Salisbury, May-June 1935: Programme Findings   
11.9.8 J.B. Desmore - 'Torch Bearers in Darkest America'.   
11.9.9 Jackson Davis: The Jeanes Visiting Teachers.   
11.9.10 Inter-Territorial Jeanes Conference, Salisbury, May-June 1935: Programme Findings   
11.9.11 Digest of Reports on Jeanes Schools.   
11.9.12 Inter-Territorial Jeanes Conference, resume of paper "Jeans Training for Women"   
11.9.13 'Who's Who at the Conference'   
11.9.14 Introduction By Dr F Kepple   
11.9.15 Report of Zanzibar Government, Delegates.   
11.9.16 The Significance of the Co-operative Movement in African Village Development.   
11.9.17 Fundamental Principles of African Education, C.T. Loram   
11.9.18 "The Native Commissioner, the Teacher and the Missionary"   
11.9.19 Misc hand written notes   
11.10-11 This section is no longer part of the collection   
    
11.12 Vocational Training   
11.12.1.1 Minutes for the Joint Council campaign for the preferential employment of Africans in the Native Affairs Department, including related Race Relations News, 1939 and report of a Conference on Vocational Education of Africans, SAIRR, 4 July 1939.   
11.12.1.2 Pronouncements of Union Government Commissions on the Colour Bar'. 1939 and related Annexures.   
11.12.1.3 Correspondence and notes   
11.12.2.1 Draft Proposal for 'Civilian Conservation Corps for Non-Europeans', August 1945, and Memoranda by the SAIRR relating to Vocational Training, 1945-1947   
11.12.2.2 Minutes of related Committee meetings, 1945/46   
11.12.2.3 Correspondence, 1945-1962   
11.12.2.3.1 1945   
11.12.2.3.2 1946-1949   
11.12.2.3.3 1950-1962   
11.12.2.4 Other memoranda and notes   
11.12.2.5 Newspaper clips relating to Vocational training, 1945-1950   
    
11.12.3 Vocational Schools   
11.12.3.1 Vocational Training Centre, Orlando: correspondence; Minutes of the School Committee, 1948-1950.   
11.12.3.1.1 Minutes of Inaugural meeting, including Constitution and Annexures A-D, June 1948   
11.12.3.1.2 Subsequent minutes of meetings, 1949/1950   
11.12.3.1.3 Correspondence, 1948-1950   
11.12.3.2 Vlakfontein Vocational School   
11.12.3.2.1 Government Native Industrial School is forging ahead near Pretoria', article by K.G. Coleman, South African State Information Office, February 1949   
11.12.3.2.2 8 Photographs of the Vocational School, referred to in the article as UT 703-710, showing the layout of the School and students being trained in various fields, including Gardening, Draughtsman, Signwriting, Carpentry, Shoemaking and Tailors   
11.12.3.2.3 Vlakfontein Vocation School, Report by Southern Regional Secretary, 6 October 1960   
11.12.3.3 Technical Schools - general: correspondence 1949-1964   
11.12.3.4 Tiger Kloof Native Institution and Kuruman School   
11.12.3.4.1 Notes on visit to the School, April 1935, and Interim Report, n.d.   
11.12.3.4.2 Correspondence, 1934-1945   
11.12.4 Job opportunities for Africans: Correspondence   
11.12.4.1 1935, 1948-1955   
11.12.4.2 1956   
11.12.5 Careers for Africans', A survey conducted by the SAIRR, Parts 1-27, Tables and Conclusion, n.d.; Additional Careers   
11.12.6 Training of Social Workers   
11.12.6.1 Jan H. Hofmeyr School of Social Work: Evidence for the Committee of Enquiry into the Training and Employment of Social Workers. 1947.   
11.12.6.2 Syllabus and course outlines for Social Work training, 1932/1957   
11.12.6.3 Related minutes of various meetings   
11.12.6.4 Correspondence relating to the training of social workers, 1947-1961   
11.12.6.4.1 1947-1955   
11.12.6.4.2 1956-1961   
    
11.13 Correspondence relating to students living outside of South Africa. 1949-1951.   
11.13.1 November 1948 & 1950   
11.13.2 1951   
11.13.3 1952   
11.13.4 1953   
11.13.5 1960   
11.13.6 Correspondence relating specifically to vocational training for students, 1949-1960   
11.13.7 Summary of University results   
11.13.8 Technical colleges accepting Africans   
11.13.9 "Northern Rhodesia Government Bursaries in tenable in Africa" n.d.   
11.13.10 Report of the likely effects of a complete ban on extra-union African students   
11.13.11 Non-union Africans in union educational institutions, Correspondence 1950-1954   
    
11.14 Transvaal Carnegie Non-European Library: Memo on Library Services for the Bantu People of the Union of South Africa n.d.   
    
11.15 Minutes and reports of the Transvaal Carnegie Non-European Library Committee. 1935; 1938-1945; 1949-1951   
11.15.1 15 December 1957, report by Librarian   
11.15.2 Meeting, 15 December   
11.15.3 Meeting, 15 December   
11.15.4 Meeting, 18 June 1948   
11.15.5 18 June 1948, report by Librarian   
11.15.6 Meeting, 20 August, 1948   
11.15.7 Report by Librarian, November 1948-January 1949   
11.15.8 Meeting 30 May 1949   
11.15.9 Meeting 31 January 1949   
11.15.10 Meeting, 30 March 1949   
11.15.11 Meeting 14 September 1949   
11.15.12 Letter from Library to Native Education Minister, 24 November 1949   
11.15.13 Receipts for 1949   
11.15.14 Meeting 21 January 1950   
11.15.15 Meeting 4 September 1950   
11.15.16 Meeting, 8 September 1950   
11.15.17 Correspondence 20 November 1950   
11.15.18 meeting 13 December 1950   
11.15.19 Meeting, 27 march 1951   
11.15.20 Report by Librarian, 29 March 1951   
11.15.21 Meeting 29 June 1951   
11.15.22 Meeting 29 June 1951   
11.15.23 Meeting 16 November 1951   
    
11.16 Transvaal Carnegie Non-European Library Committee: Quarterly and Annual Reports. 1948-1951 As well as Lovedale Missionary Institutes annual reports   
11.16.1 Lovedale missionary institution report for 1934   
11.16.2 Carnegie non-European library, Transvaal 1935   
11.16.3 Lovedale missionary institution report for 1935   
11.16.4 Lovedale missionary institution report for 1936   
11.16.5 Lovedale missionary institution report for 1937   
11.16.6 Carnegie non-European library, Transvaal 1938   
11.16.7 Lovedale missionary institution report for 1938   
11.16.8 Carnegie non-European library, Transvaal 1939   
11.16.9 Lovedale missionary institution report for 1939   
11.16.10 Carnegie non-European library, Transvaal 1940   
11.16.11 Lovedale missionary institution report for 1940   
11.16.12 Carnegie non-European library, Transvaal 1941   
11.16.13 Lovedale missionary institution report for 1941   
11.16.14 Carnegie non-European library, Transvaal 1942   
11.16.15 Lovedale missionary institution report for 1942   
11.16.16 Carnegie non-European library, Transvaal 1943   
11.16.17 Lovedale missionary institution report for 1943   
11.16.18 Lovedale missionary institution report for 1944   
11.16.19 Carnegie non-European library, Transvaal 1944   
11.16.20 Carnegie non-European library, Transvaal 1945   
11.16.21 Lovedale missionary institution report for 1945   
11.16.22 Lovedale missionary institution report for 1948   
11.16.23 Conference on Literature for the South African Bantu, Bloemfontein, 1936, Johannesburg1936   
11.16.24 Letter to "Mr Coetzee" from the Merensky Library in Pretoria on "South African Native Policy and the Bantu Spirit" 27 October 1948   
11.16.25 Carnegie non-European library Librarian report 22 November 1948   
11.16.26 Carnegie non-European library 10th report, 1948   
11.16.27 Carnegie non-European library Librarian report 3 June 1947   
11.16.28 Carnegie non-European library Librarian report 30 June 1949   
11.16.29 Carnegie non-European library 11th report 1949   
11.16.30 Transvaal Carnegie non-European library January - March 1950   
11.16.31 Carnegie non-European library Librarian report 30 June 1950   
11.16.32 Carnegie non-European library Librarian report 13 December 1950   
11.16.33 Non-European Library Service Transvaal, 11th Report 1950   
11.16.34 South African Libraries Quarterly, July 1950   
11.16.35 Non-European Library Service Transvaal, Report, June 1951   
11.16.36 Carnegie non-European library Librarian report 30 November 1951   
11.16.37 "Non-European Libraries in the Union Of South Africa" from SA Libr. 19(1)-12   
11.16.38 Non - European Library Service, Transvaal, Committee meeting notice, Undated   
11.16.39 Report on Non-European Library Centres   
11.16.40 Non-European Library Service of Transvaal, Salary Scales.   
11.16.41 Transvaal Carnegie Non-European Library, Vernacular suggested list of additions   
11.16.42 Transvaal Carnegie Non-European Library, present position   
11.16.43 Progress of the non European libraries committee   
11.16.44 Library Correspondence 1949 - 1950   
    
11.17-18 This section is no longer part of the collection   
    
11.19 Adult Literacy   
11.19.1 Transvaal Workers Educational Association: Annual Reports 1933,1936,1942,1945.   
11.19.2 Correspondence and Minutes   
11.19.2.1 Johannesburg council for adult education, Correspondence 1948-1951   
11.19.2.1.1 1948   
11.19.2.1.2 1949   
11.19.2.1.3 1950   
11.19.2.1.4 1951   
11.19.2.1.5 undated   
11.19.2.2 Johannesburg council for adult education Minutes, 1948-1955   
11.19.2.2.1 1948   
11.19.2.2.2 1949   
11.19.2.2.3 1950   
11.19.2.2.4 1951   
11.19.2.2.5 1955   
11.19.2.3 Johannesburg council for adult education undated memorandum   
11.19.2.4 Johannesburg council for adult education annual report 1948 - 1949   
11.19.2.5 Johannesburg council for adult education draft constitution   
11.19.2.6 Johannesburg council for adult education: Circulars, diary of events, reports, bulletins, and application form.   
11.19.2.6.1 Events diary, 1949-1951   
11.19.2.6.2 Circulars 1950   
11.19.2.6.3 Johannesburg council for adult education report of executive committee for year ending. 31 March 1951   
11.19.2.6.4 Bulletin 1949   
11.19.2.6.5 Application form.   
    
11.20 Publications and pamphlets concerning literacy:   
11.20.1 "Workers education in Great Britain" J.H. Nicholson, Geneva 1934   
11.20.2 "People's Colleges for Residential Adult Education" Forward by Richard Livingstone, London, 1943   
11.20.3 "Scheme for Adult Education" EP Baumann School, Johannesburg, 1946   
11.20.4 "Die Drama in ons Volksopvoeding" (Theatre in our people's education) G.W. Eybers, Pretoria, 1946   
11.20.5 "Ons Naskoolse Ontwikkeling" (After School Development) G.W. Eybers, Pretoria 1947   
11.20.6 "Workers ' Education and the Social Studies" Fannia M. Cohn   
11.20.7 "Let them Read and Write" Pamphlet on adult literacy from the SAIRR   
    
11.21 Various papers and memoranda concerning illiteracy and its alleviation   
11.21.1 Meeting for the federal council for adult education, 31 January, 1949   
11.21.2 Reports on adult education:   
11.21.2.1 Report on the conference on adult education for non-Europeans. 17-18 Jan, 1947, Cape Town   
11.21.2.2 "Our Illiterate Millions" Undated   
11.21.2.3 The bureau of literacy and literature, budgets, 1963   
11.21.2.4 The final report of the advisory committee of the bureau of literacy and literature 1964   
11.21.3 Memorandums on adult education 1953-1964:   
11.21.3.1 "Memorandum on organisation for English literacy teaching for Indian women in small neighbourhood grouped, Durban, 27/03/1955   
11.21.3.2 SAIRR Draft memorandum on literacy, 04/1955   
11.21.3.3 The bureau of literacy and literature, memorandum 1964   
11.21.4 The bureau of literacy and literature meetings 1964   
11.21.5 Correspondence re adult literacy 1942,1942,1951:   
11.21.5.1 1942   
11.21.5.2 1943   
11.21.5.3 1959   
    
    
12 TEACHERS AND EDUCATION RELATED ORGANISATIONS   
    
12.1.1 Howard Pim - Courage: An address given to the Transvaal Teachers' Association. 1916.   
12.1.2 The Educational Journal - official Journal of the Teachers' League of S.A. 1948   
12.1.3 Education League - News Review No. 2. 1949.   
12.1.4 Proposed amendments to the Draft Education Ordinance, 1952.   
12.1.5 Draft education ordinance 1952   
12.1.6 Education league: Commentary on Transvaal draft consolidating education ordinances, 1953   
12.1.7 State Information Office - Education in S.A. - Amended Statistics 1953   
12.1.8 A record of the proceedings of the first Natal Student Conference, Pietermaritzburg, 1955   
12.1.9 Carnegie Corporation of new York, quarterly report, "Capable and Sensible Men" April 1956   
    
12.2 Teachers Salaries Correspondence and Statistics   
12.2.1 Record of the legal proceedings of the salary test case 1931   
12.2.2 Teachers' Salaries: correspondence. 1938-1942.   
12.2.3 Native Teachers' Salary Scales. 1947.   
12.2.4 Transvaal African Teachers' Association: correspondence with the Transvaal Education Dept. regarding Salary cuts 1937-1942.   
12.2.5 Misc notes on teachers association   
    
12.3 Transvaal Education Department, Executive Committee   
12.3.1 Report by the Director of the TED   
12.3.2 Records investigating the salary scales of African teachers. 1944   
12.3.3 Various   
    
12.4 Transvaal African Teachers' Association: correspondence with the Transvaal Education Dept. regarding Salary cuts 1937-1942.   
12.4.1 Correspondence 1937   
12.4.2 Correspondence 1938   
12.4.3 Correspondence 1939   
12.4.4 Correspondence 1940   
12.4.5 Correspondence 1942 - 43   
    
12.5 Memoranda compiled by Alfred Hoernle relating to Teachers' Organisations: Departmental Directives   
12.5.1 Letter with Attached Disciplinary Regulations For Teachers   
12.5.2 New Code: Native Education   
12.5.3 A message to the Transvaal African Teachers Association By R.F. Alfred Hoernle   
12.5.4 The T.E.D. reply to the resolutions from the T.A.T.A   
12.5.5 The Good Shepherd: Vol. XII No. 20   
12.5.6 Native Education: Courses Of Training And Instruction to be followed in native schools   
12.5.7 Aide-Memoire: The Effects of Abolishing Fees in the Native Schools   
12.5.8 Letter to Prof Hoernle and an attachment of resolutions document   
12.5.9 Correspondence   
12.5.10 Handbook Of Regulations And Instructions   
12.5.11 Record Of The Legal Proceedings of the Salary Test Case   
12.5.12 Circulars and other relating documents   
    
12.6 Federal Council of African Teachers' Associations   
12.6.1 Memoranda 1955; 1960-1961   
12.6.2 Minutes   
12.6.3 Report   
    
12.7 African Teachers' Association of South Africa; memo's 1962-1963.   
12.7.1 Reports   
12.7.2 Minutes   
12.7.3 Correspondence   
    
12.8.1 Correspondence between SAIRR and the Natal Indian Teachers' Society, the Natal African Teachers' Union, the African Teachers' Association of South Africa.   
12.8.1.1 Correspondence 1948 -1961.   
12.8.1.2 Memorandums   
12.8.1.3 Documents relating to Teachers Salary Scales   
12.8.1.4 O.V.S Onderwysdpartment   
12.8.1.5 The Province of Transvaal Official Gazette Extraordinary   
12.8.2 Correspondence between SAIRR and Various teaching groups from 1949 - 1964   
    
12.9 Transvaal Advisory Board on Native Education: memo's 1937-1942   
12.9.1 Minutes   
12.9.2 Correspondence   
12.9.3 Expenditure: Native Education   
    
12.10 Education Vigilance Committee:   
12.10.1 Education League   
12.10.1.1 Memorandum and documents relating to the Education Bill   
12.10.1.2 Education Vigilance Committee   
12.10.1.3 Articles relating to Education Bill   
12.10.1.4 Other relating documents   
12.10.2 Correspondence.   
12.10.3 Publications   
12.10.3.1 Blackout: A Commentary on the Education Policy of the Instituut vir Christelike Nasionale Onderwys   
12.10.3.2 Education Charter For The Children Of South Africa   
12.10.3.3 Blueprint For Blackout: A Commentary on the Education Policy of the Instituut vir Christelike Nasionale Onderwys' 1949   
12.10.4 Home and School Council: Pamphlets 1960   
    
12.11 Correspondence re Overseas Scholarships   
12.11.1 Correspondence 1956 -1957   
12.11.2 Correspondence 1958   
12.11.3 Correspondence 1959   
12.11.4 Correspondence 1960   
12.11.5 Correspondence 1961 - 1962   
12.11.6 African Overseas Scholarships   
12.11.7 Application for scholarship form   
12.11.8 Meeting minutes   
    
    
13 LABOUR   
    
13.1 Witwatersrand Native Labour Association Ltd.: Annual Reports 1935-1946; 1948-1951; 1953-1957   
13.1.1 Witwatersrand Native Labour Association Ltd: Report of the board of Management 1935   
13.1.2 Witwatersrand Native Labour Association Ltd: Report of the board of Management 1936   
13.1.3 Witwatersrand Native Labour Association Ltd: Report of the board of Management 1937   
13.1.4 Witwatersrand Native Labour Association Ltd: Report of the board of Management 1938   
13.1.5 Witwatersrand Native Labour Association Ltd: Report of the board of Management 1939   
13.1.6 Witwatersrand Native Labour Association Ltd: Report of the board of Management 1940   
13.1.7 Witwatersrand Native Labour Association Ltd: Report of the board of Management 1941   
13.1.8 Witwatersrand Native Labour Association Ltd: Report of the board of Management 1942   
13.1.9 Witwatersrand Native Labour Association Ltd: Report of the board of Management 1943   
13.1.10 Witwatersrand Native Labour Association Ltd: Report of the board of Management 1944   
13.1.11 Witwatersrand Native Labour Association Ltd: Report of the board of Management 1945   
13.1.12 Witwatersrand Native Labour Association Ltd: Report of the board of Management 1946   
13.1.13 Witwatersrand Native Labour Association Ltd: Report of the board of Management 1948   
13.1.14 Witwatersrand Native Labour Association Ltd: Report of the board of Management 1949   
13.1.15 Witwatersrand Native Labour Association Ltd: Report of the board of Management 1950   
13.1.16 Witwatersrand Native Labour Association Ltd: Report of the board of Management 1951   
13.1.17 Witwatersrand Native Labour Association Ltd: Report of the board of Management 1952   
13.1.18 Witwatersrand Native Labour Association Ltd: Report of the board of Management 1953   
13.1.19 Witwatersrand Native Labour Association Ltd: Report of the board of Management 1954   
13.1.20 Witwatersrand Native Labour Association Ltd: Report of the board of Management 1955   
13.1.21 Witwatersrand Native Labour Association Ltd: Report of the board of Management 1956   
13.1.22 Witwatersrand Native Labour Association Ltd: Report of the board of Management 1957   
    
13.2 International Labour Office   
13.2.1 International Labour Office: Provisional Record 1938   
13.2.2 International Labour Office: Provisional Record 1944   
13.2.3 Draft Report of a Delegation to Union of South Africa 1938-1939.   
13.2.4 Report on the Annual Conference of the International Labour Office 1946   
13.2.5 Report of the first meeting of the committee on social policy in dependent territories   
13.2.6 Committee of Experts on social policy in Non-Metroplitan territories 1951   
13.2.7 Press Service: International Labour Services 1944   
    
13.3 Society of Friends of Africa   
13.3.1 Society of Friends of Africa: Report. Oct 1940-June 1941   
13.3.2 Society of Friends of Africa: Report 1944   
13.3.3 Society of Friends of Africa: Report 1945.   
13.3.4 Newspaper clipping   
    
13.4 Trade Unions: Report to the Bantu Welfare Trust on 'Native Trade Unions', by Max Gordon, 1937, 1939. Covers the African Laundry Workers' Union, African Bakers' Industrial Union, African Printing Workers' Union, and African Commercial and Distributive Workers' Union.   
13.4.1 New Life By Rex Close   
13.4.2 Trade Unions: Report to the Bantu Welfare Trust on 'Native Trade Unions', by Max Gordon, 1937   
13.4.3 Trade Unions: Report to the Bantu Welfare Trust on 'Native Trade Unions', by Max Gordon, 1938   
13.4.4 BBC Broadcast Script By Mr J.D. Rheinallt Jones   
13.4.5 Improving The Lot Of The Mine Labourer: Correction Of Ill-Founded Criticism   
13.4.6 Memorandum on Statutory Recognition Of African Trade Unions   
13.4.7 Presentation to Mr C.W. Barnish   
13.4.8 Newspaper clippings   
    
13.5 S.T. van der Horst - 'The Need for an Industrial Tribunal' n.d.   
13.5.1 South African Institute Of Race Relations: Statement Submitted to the Honourable The Minister Of Labour In connection with the Legislation Commission   
13.5.2 Related Articles   
13.5.3 Correspondence 1947   
13.5.4 Correspondence 1948   
13.5.5 Correspondence 1949   
13.5.6 Correspondence 1952 - 1953   
    
13.6 Industrial Conciliation Act   
13.6.1 Industrial Conciliation Bill   
13.6.2 Documents relating to Industrial Conciliation Bill   
13.6.3 Memorandum relating to Industrial Conciliation Bill   
13.6.4 Correspondence re the Industrial Conciliation Commission, 1954-1955   
13.6.5 Gold Producers' Committee: Circular No 114/52   
13.6.6 Other relating documents   
    
13.7 Press clippings on the Industrial Colour Bar. 1975.   
13.7.1 Job Reservation, General   
13.7.2 Drivers   
13.7.3 Unions   
13.7.4 Employers   
13.7.5 Government   
    
13.8 Southern African Committee on Industrial Relations:   
13.8.1 Native Service Contract Bill   
13.8.2 Minutes   
13.8.3 Correspondence   
13.8.4 Publication   
    
13.9 The Negro Workers 1928-1932   
13.9.1 The Negro Worker Vol 1 No 2: August - September 1928   
13.9.2 The Negro Worker Vol 2 No 1: January - February 1929   
13.9.3 The Negro Worker Vol 2 No 4: August 1929 (no pages 18-20)   
13.9.4 The Negro Worker Vol 2 No 5: December 1929   
13.9.5 The Negro Worker Vol 3 No 1-2: January - February 1930   
13.9.6 The Negro Worker Vol 3 No 6: April 15 1930   
13.9.7 The Negro Worker Vol 3 No 7: May 1 1930   
13.9.8 The Negro Worker Vol 3 No 9: June 15 1930   
13.9.9 The Negro Worker Vol 3 Special Number: 15 October 1930   
13.9.10 The Negro Worker. On the fifth congress of the R.I.L.U. Special number: 1st November 1930   
13.9.11 A report of proceedings and decisions of the first international conference of Negro Workers. July 1030   
13.9.12 The Negro Workers and the Imperialist War 1931   
13.9.13 The International Negro Worker Review Vo1 January 1931 No.1   
13.9.14 The Negro Worker Vol 1 June 1931 No.6   
13.9.15 The Negro Worker Vol 1 July 1931 No.7   
13.9.16 The Negro Worker Vol 1 August 1931 No.8   
13.9.17 The Negro Worker Vol 1 October-November No.10/11   
13.9.18 The Negro Worker Vol 2 March 1932 No.2   
13.9.19 The Negro Worker Vol 2 April 1932 No.4   
13.9.20 The Negro Worker Vol 2 15 May 1932 No.5   
13.9.21 The Negro Worker Vol 2 July 15, 1932 No.7   
13.9.22 The Negro Worker Vol 2 August 15, 1932 No.8   
    
13.10 'From Peasant to Worker': organization and working of the African Labour Market'. 57pp. Incomplete. n.d.   
13.11 Progressive Party Labour Briefings: Operation Beaver; National Advisory Committee on Labour. 1973.   
13.11.1 Articles relating to labour party policy, security of workers   
13.11.2 Minutes   
13.11.3 Memorandum   
13.11.4 The Working Man reality   
13.11.5 Labour Conference   
13.11.6 Letter with attached: Handbook for use among white workers, Population figures and plan.   
13.11.7 Various documents relating to proposed labour policy   
13.11.8 Correspondence   
    
13.12.1 Documents on the Industrial Aid Society   
13.12.2 'Abasebenzi'   
13.12.3 'Basebetsi' 1974-1975   
    
13.13 African Working Women on the Rand: Conditions, 1940.- Training and accommodation of domestic workers.   
13.14 E.R. Silberbauer - Productivity Methods as applied to Non-European Labour. 1961.   
13.15 Memo on the Black Allied Workers' Union.   
    
13.16 SAIRR: 'Courtesy Campaign' 1949   
 Drawing attention of employers to the problems of their employees.   
13.16.1 Correspondence 1949   
13.16.2 Correspondence 1950   
13.16.3 Correspondence 1957 -1963   
13.16.4 Other   
    
13.17 Wreckers at work: a warning to the Black and White Workers by H.M. Barker. n.d.   
    
    
14 SOCIAL SERVICES AND WELFARE   
    
14.1 Orlando Lake Hall,   
14.1.1 Minutes of the Management Committee   
14.1.2 Correspondence regarding the use of Lake Hall. 1936-1941.   
14.1.3 Children's Aid Society correspondence   
14.1.4 Informative document on the Use made of hall, Upkeep of the hall, Repairs and List for trustees to consider   
14.1.5 Receipts and Invoices for the Lake Hall usage 1934 - 1941   
    
14.2 Bantu Welfare Trust:   
14.2.1.1 Constitution   
14.2.1.2 Notes on Draft Constitution   
14.2.2.1 Minutes of Meetings of the Executive Committee 1944   
14.2.2.2 1942/3 Annual Report; Ethiopian Church of South Africa Property Inspection Report; Sophiatown Visit Report; Miss Tooke Performance Report   
14.2.2.3 Minutes of Meetings of the Bantu Welfare Trust 1947   
14.2.2.4 Minutes of Meetings of the Bantu Welfare Trust 1948   
14.2.2.5 Financial Accounts 1943 - 1948   
14.2.2.6 Correspondence 1947   
14.2.2.7 Correspondence 1948   
14.2.2.8 Relating Documents   
14.2.3 Bantu Welfare Trust Correspondence   
14.2.3.1 Correspondence 1947-1948.   
    
14.2.4 Miscellaneous reports and memo's including a 'Survey of Resident Bantu Domestic Servants in one suburb of Johannesburg'. 1946.   
14.2.4.1 Survey of Resident Bantu Domestic Servants   
14.2.4.2 South African Institute of Race relations: Report on the Work of the Assistant Secretary   
14.2.4.3 The Position of Mission and Other Small Hospitals In The National Health Services Scheme   
14.2.4.4 South African Institute of Race relations: Adult Education Section Report   
14.2.4.5 Constitution of the African Youth Board   
14.2.4.6 Adult Education Section: Proposed Minimum Budget for Period April 1948 - March 1949   
    
14.3 Miscellaneous reports re Social Welfare. 1930-1953   
14.3.1 Publications or Leaflet or pamphlet   
14.3.1.1 Occasional notes No 3 December 1946: Rev A.W. Blaxall   
14.3.1.2 N.A.D.S.W.O: Its work and ideals   
14.3.1.3 Memorandum on medical services for rural areas   
14.3.1.4 Newsletter of the Donaldson - Orlando community centre   
14.3.1.5 Or? And correspondence from The AD HOC Committee   
14.3.1.6 Daily Telegraph: The White Paper on Social Insurance   
14.3.1.7 National Council of Social Services of South Africa: June 1953   
14.3.1.8 The Christian Social Center, Lorenzo Marques   
14.3.1.9 City of Johannesburg, Social Welfare Department Newsletter   
14.3.1.10 Bestaansbeveilicng en Die Bevolkings Amest Elling Van Suid Afrika: Prof. C.G.W. Schuman   
14.3.2 Reports   
14.3.2.1 Southern Transvaal Welfare Board: Provision for Mentally Defective Children   
14.3.2.2 A Survey of African Conditions in Marandellas, Southern Rhodesia by Wilson Vera   
14.3.2.3 The Report of the Select Committee of the House of Assembly 1944   
14.3.2.4 Race Welfare Society: Report of Executive Committee   
14.3.3 Minutes   
14.3.3.1 Que Que and District Native Welfare Society 19946   
14.3.3.2 Native Affairs Statistics IV 1952   
14.3.4.1 Miscellaneous Documents   
    
14.4 Annual Reports of various welfare and benevolence institutions:   
14.4.1 Reports from Bantu Lads' Hostels Committee   
14.4.1.1 Report on the work of the Lads' Hostel committee in reclaiming juvenile delinquents 1931 (document starts at page 5)   
14.4.1.2 Report by Dr. L. van Schalkwyk 1932   
14.4.1.3 Report and balance sheet for the year ended 30th June, 1936   
14.4.1.4 Report and balance sheet for the year ended 30th June, 1937   
14.4.1.5 Report and balance sheet for the year ended 30th June, 1938   
14.4.1.6 Lungalegwaba Hostel: The bird whose voice is heard in times of diversity 30th June 1942   
14.4.2 Report from Cape Co-ordinating Council of Social Welfare organisations   
14.4.2.1 Cape Co-ordinating Council of Social Welfare organisations: 'Poverty and Poor Relief'.   
14.4.3 Cape Flats Distress Association. (Cafda): 1948, 1949, 1951-1959.   
14.4.3.1 Fifth Annual Report 1948   
14.4.3.2 Sixth Annual Report 1949   
14.4.3.3 Eighth Annual Report 1951   
14.4.3.4 Ninth Annual Report 1952   
14.4.3.5 Tenth Annual Report 1953   
14.4.3.6 Eleventh Annual Report 1954   
14.4.3.7 Twelfth Annual Report 1955   
14.4.3.8 Thirteenth Annual Report 1956   
14.4.3.9 Fourteenth Annual Report 1957   
14.4.3.10 Fifteenth Annual Report 1958   
14.4.3.11 Sixteenth Annual Report 1959   
14.4.4 Gospel Mission Home   
14.4.4.1 Gospel Mission Home: Non-European Maternity Hospital Annual Report 1943   
14.4.4.2 Gospel Mission Home: Non-European Maternity Hospital Annual Report 1944   
14.4.5.1 Joint Committee of European and African Women and Bantu Children's Holiday Fund. 1935-1937.   
14.4.5.2 St Martin's Hostel for African Girls. Report from 1908-1945 - missing   
14.4.6.1 Social Welfare in the Union: fact paper 1960.   
14.4.7 Sophiatown-Orlando Anglican Missionary and Nursery Schools Annual Reports   
14.4.7.1 Annual Report 1940   
14.4.7.2 Annual Report 1946.   
14.4.8.1 S.A. National Council for the Blind 1958-1960.   
14.4.9 Talitha Home   
14.4.9.1 Talitha Home for Non-European Girls Report for 1935-1937   
14.4.9.2 Talitha Home Annual Report for the year ending 31st March, 1953   
14.4.9.3 Talitha Home Association for the Delinquency Among Non-European Girls: Annual Report for the year ending 31st March 1952   
14.4.10 Tokai Reformatory   
14.4.10.1 Tokai 1937 Annual - Jaarblad   
14.4.10.2 Tokai 1938 Annual - Jaarblad   
14.4.10.3 Tokai 1939 Coloured Institution Annual - Jaarblad   
14.4.11.1 'Vyftig feite omtrent openbare maatskaplike dienste in Brittanje'.   
    
14.5 Native Welfare Societies   
14.5.1 Correspondence with various welfare societies:   
14.5.2 Central Committee on Race Contacts.   
14.5.3 Constitutions   
14.5.3.1 Constitution of Galeshewe Social Centre Association   
14.5.3.2 Constitution: The Pietermaritzburg Society for the Welfare of Natives   
14.5.4. Non European Welfare Society Hermanus and District; Correspondence; Extracts from the constitution; Annual report.   
14.5.5 Transkeian Co-ordinating Welfare Society   
14.5.6 Different Reports and Publications   
14.5.6.1 Pietermaritzburg Native Welfare Society Annual Reports from 1927 - 1937   
14.5.6.2 Pretoria Native Welfare Association Annual Reports 1928 - 1929; 1930 -1931   
14.5.6.3 Resolution of Conference on Cripple care 1939   
14.5.6.4 Fact Paper 1: Brief Exposition of the Functions of the Department of Social Welfare   
14.5.6.5 The Cape Co-ordinating Council of Social Welfare Organizations   
14.5.7 Minutes Pietermaritzburg Native Welfare Society   
14.5.8 Circular letter, Information note and Newspaper clipping in relation with Social Welfare Associations   
 Windhoek.   
    
14.6 Federation of Native Welfare Societies in Southern Rhodesia: Reports, Minutes and Memo's. 1944-1956.   
14.6.1 Reports: Federation of Native Welfare Societies in Southern Rhodesia   
14.6.1.1 Its History and Work together with The Annual Report for the Year Ended 31th March 1956   
14.6.1.2 Activities Of The Organizing Secretary January 1946   
14.6.1.3 Organizing Secretary's Report for the period 1st April 1942 to 1st November 1942   
14.6.2 Minutes   
14.6.2.1 Minutes 14 November 1942   
14.6.2.2 Minutes 5 February 1944   
14.6.2.3 Minutes 14 February 1944   
14.6.2.4 Minutes 13 March 1944   
14.6.2.5 Minutes 24 June 1944   
14.6.2.6 Minutes and Letter 15 June 1944   
14.6.2.7 Minutes 21 June 1945   
14.6.2.8 Minutes 2 June 1956   
14.6.3 Publications: Native Welfare Bulletin   
14.6.3.1 Bulletin No.7 June 1944   
14.6.3.2 Bulletin No.18 June 1945   
14.6.3.3 Bulletin No.19 July 1945   
14.6.3.4 Bulletin No.24 December 1945   
14.6.4 Constitution and Policies   
14.6.4.1 Constitution Of The Federation of Native Welfare   
14.6.4.2 Co-ordination of Policy 24 June 1944   
14.6.4.3 Employment of African Artisans   
14.6.4.4 Wage Regulation   
    
14.7 Memoranda: Invalidity Grants; Maintenance Grants; family subsidies; Homosexuals in Durban; Social & Charitable Work on the Rand; Physically handicapped Africans.   
14.7.1 Invalidity Grants   
14.7.2 Maintenance Grants   
14.7.3 Memorandum and a draft paper presented in regard to blind and physically handicapped Africans   
14.7.4 Report of provincial committee on Social and Charitable Work on the Witwatersrand   
14.7.5 family subsidies   
14.7.6 Homosexuals in Durban   
14.7.7 Brief summary of general surveys of the living and working conditions of the coloured community   
14.7.8 Proposed Statement of Policy   
14.7.9 Correspondence   
    
14.8 J.A. Rheinallt-Jones: 'Social Welfare' - chapter for the 1949 SAIRR handbook.   
    
14.9 Native Youth Board: Minutes and memo's. 1948-1951.   
14.9.1 Constitution of the Native Youth Board   
14.9.2 Native Youth Board: Employment Officer's Reports 1948 - 1951   
14.9.3 Minutes 1948 -1951   
14.9.4 Questionnaire and Replies   
14.9.5 Correspondence   
14.9.6 Proposal for Vacation Farm Camps and Progam for Summer work Camp   
    
14.10 Urban Juvenile Native Delinquency: Proceedings of a Conference 1938.   
    
14.11 Documents Relating to Native Juvenile Delinquency   
14.11.1 Minutes: Committee on Native Juvenile Delinquency   
14.11.2 Juvenile Delinquency with special reference to urban African Townships   
14.11.3 Johannesburg Joint Council of Europeans and Africans: Native Juvenile Destitution and Delinquency   
    
14.12.1 National Council of Social Services Association of South Africa: AGM Minutes 1952-1968   
14.12.1.1 Report for the period 1st April 1960 - 31st March 1961   
14.12.1.2 Report on matters of particular interest to SA Institute of Race Relations   
14.12.1.3 Annual General Meeting Minutes 1952-1968   
14.12.1.4 Documents relating to Johannesburg Planning Council for Non-European Social Welfare; Minutes; The role and status of non-European; Correspondences   
14.12.1.5 Documents relating to Non-European Social Workers Association; Constitution; General Annual Meetings and Minutes; Correspondence.   
14.12.1.6 Memorandum on Social Assistance (Poor Relief)   
14.12.2 Social Services Association of SA: Correspondence   
14.12.2.1 Newspaper clippings   
14.12.2.2 Correspondence 1950   
14.12.2.3 Correspondence 1951   
14.12.2.4 Correspondence 1952   
14.12.2.5 Correspondence 1953   
14.12.2.6 Correspondence 1954   
14.12.2.7 Correspondence 1955   
14.12.2.8 Correspondence 1956   
14.12.2.9 Correspondence 1957   
14.12.2.10 Correspondence 1958   
14.12.2.11 Correspondence 1959   
14.12.2.12 Correspondence 1960   
14.12.2.13 Correspondence 1961   
14.12.2.14 Correspondence 1963 -1967   
    
14.13 UND Social Science Conference Durban 1959 Research papers   
14.13.1 University of Natal: Social Science Conference   
14.13.2 Problems of Social Research Among Africans   
14.13.3 The Organization of Social Research in the United States   
14.13.4 A Visitor's Impressions of Social Research   
14.13.5 University of Natal: Institute for Social Research: Progress Report   
    
14.14 Series of Reports on A Social Survey of Cape Town 1941-1951   
14.14.1 Poverty Line Re-Calculated No. RS203   
14.14.2 The Poverty Line In 1949 No. RS204   
14.14.3 Poverty Datum March 1951 No. RS210   
14.14.4 Poverty Datum March 1952 No. RS212   
14.14.5 Growth of Population No. SS1   
14.14.6 Ethnic Distribution of Population No.SS2   
14.14.7 The Poverty Datum Line No. SS3   
14.14.8 Poverty Among Coloured Homes No.SS4   
14.14.9 European Households N. SS5   
14.14.10 Occupational Classification No.SS8   
14.14.11 Poverty Among Europeans Homes No. SS10   
14.14.12 European Average Occupancy No. SS11   
14.14.13 Coloured Average Occupancy No. SS12   
14.14.14 Rents of Coloured Households No.SS13   
14.14.15 Population In The Cape Division No. SS16   
14.14.16 Concept Of Overcrowding No. SS19   
14.14.17 European Bedroom Occupancy No. SS20   
14.14.18 European Housing Occupancy No. SS23   
14.14.19 Distribution Of All Households No. SS25   
14.14.20 Standard Of Overcrowding No. SS27   
14.14.21 Coloured Malnutrition II Southern Area No. SW105   
14.14.22 Food Consumption of Coloured Households No. SW107   
14.14.23 Various Documents   
14.14.24 Other Documents   
    
14.15.1 Pensions: Old Age and Disability pensions   
14.15.1.1 Disability Pension Bill   
14.15.1.2 Extract From Senate Debates, No. 8, 13th - 18th April 1942   
14.15.1.3 Table IV   
14.15.1.4 Non-White Pensions Draft   
14.15.1.5 Silicosis Act, no. 47 of 1946   
14.15.1.6 An Analysis of the Proposed Increases in African Taxation   
14.15.2 Correspondences and Queries on Pensions   
14.15.3 City of Johannesburg, Social Affairs Dept.: Study of Old Age Pensions in Johannesburg. 1949.   
    
14.16 Documents and Correspondence relating to Burial Societies and Insurance queries. 1949-1966.   
    
14.17 Miscellaneous papers: State and Local Services in South Africa: Administrative Basis explained. 1953.   
14.17.1 Correspondence   
14.17.2 Findings of the Regional Conference on Work Among Women And Girls Section   
14.17.3 The Use of School Premises as Community Centres In The District of Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada   
14.17.4 Physical Education   
14.17.5 Sterilisation of The Unfit   
14.17.6 Community Services in Schools   
14.17.7 Building A Healthy Nation   
14.17.8 Accounting Statements   
14.17.9 Other documents   
    
14.18 Sundry self-help and community organisations   
14.18.1 Johannesburg Local Committee For Non-European Adult Education. Organiser's Reports   
14.18.2 Conference Program   
14.18.3 Orlando Mothers' Welfare Association Annual Report   
14.18.4 July Handicap Special Notice   
14.18.5 African Self Help Association   
14.18.6 Constitution of Witwatersrand Welfare Committee of Bantu Women   
14.18.7 correspondence with the SAIRR 1950-1960   
    
14.19 The Prisoner's Handbook. The R.S.A. Prisons Dept. (pages 47-50 bound upside down)   
    
14.20 Jan Hofmeyr School of Social Work: memoranda and curricula.   
14.20.1 Jan Hofmeyr School of Social Work: Report of First Six-months of work   
14.20.2 Jan Hofmeyr School of Social Work other document   
14.20.3 Revenue and Expenditure Account   
14.20.4 Courses of Study and Time tables   
14.20.5 Minutes   
    
    
15 CHURCH BODIES   
    
15.1 Church Bodies: Christian Council of South Africa: Reports and Minutes of the Executive and various subcommittees   
15.1.1.1 Christian Council of South Africa: Reports 1936 - 1939   
15.1.1.2 Christian Council of South Africa: Minutes 1936 - 1939   
15.1.1.3 Directory   
15.1.2 Church Bodies: Christian Council of South Africa: Reports and Minutes of the Executive and subcommittees 1940 - 1947   
15.1.2.1 Minutes   
15.1.2.2 Reports   
15.1.2.3 Financial Accounts   
    
15.2 Christian Council: Circulars and Reports 1939-1946.   
15.2.1 Circulars   
15.2.2 Constitution Booklet   
15.2.3 Reports   
15.2.4 Miscellaneous documents   
    
15.3 Correspondence & Constitution 1937-1939.   
15.3.1 Correspondence   
15.3.2 Constitution   
    
15.4 Study Group notes on Christian Reconstruction. 1942.   
15.4.1 Report of Study Group   
15.4.2 Findings of the Fort Hare conference 1942   
15.4.3 Section on Evangelism   
15.4.4 Section on Social Work   
15.4.5 Pamphlets and publications   
15.5 Christian Council Quarterly no's 2-31, 1931-1951.   
    
15.6 Society of Jews and Christians: Minutes, correspondence and a survey of Anti-Semitism in South Africa 1937-1945   
15.6.1 Reports 1937 - 1945   
15.6.2 Correspondence   
15.6.3 Minutes   
15.6.4 Other Documents   
    
15.7 Survey of Churches including the CPSA, Presbyterian, NGK, NHK, Congregational and Methodist. Also a report on the heresy charge made against A.S. Geyser. 1961-1962. (starts at page 2)   
15.8 Various missionary publications   
15.8.1 Desmond Kenilworth Clinton - biography.   
15.8.2 Kanye and Lekututu. Annual Report 1939.   
15.8.3 Light in the Darkness: Report on the mission and the church of Basutoland for 1949   
15.8.4 Mitchell and Allcock - 'Government Missions in Africa'. c.1941.   
15.8.5 The Negro Journal of Religion. April 1937   
15.8.6 Orlando-Sophiatown Mission. - Annual Report 1946.   
15.8.7 Our African Missions - Illustrated Report 1938 (start at page 30) Paris Evangelical Missionary Society - Newsletter 1946   
15.8.8 Northern Rhodesian General Missionary Conference 1939.   
15.8.9 Southern Rhodesian Missionary Conference: Proceedings; 1932.   
15.8.10 St. Cyprian's Native Mission, Johannesburg. Annual Report 1929 (page 1, 4-16); Parish Magazine 1946.   
15.8.11 Society for the Propagation of the Gospel - facts about Pretoria, 1951   
15.8.12 South African Missionary Advocate 1922.   
15.8.13 Swiss Mission in South Africa - 75 years. 1950.   
15.8.14 Letters from J.A. Reuling distributed by the American Board of Commissioners for foreign Missions. 1963-1964   
15.8.15 Paris Evangelical Missionary Society   
    
15.9 Correspondence between the SAIRR and various individuals re the Church and Race Relations. 1963-1964.   
15.10 Correspondence between R.D.R.J and ministers of various separatist churches   
15.11 S.A.C.C.: Asingeni Relief Fund. Reports 1977   
    
    
16 WORLD WAR II   
    
16.1 YMCA War Work Fund: Reports and   
16.1.1 Minutes 1940-1941   
16.1.2 Report, memorandum and monthly notes   
16.1.3 Correspondence   
    
16.2 YMCA War Work Fund: Correspondence 1940-1941.   
16.3 S.A. Gifts and Comforts Committee: Minutes, reports and correspondence 1941   
16.3.1 Minutes and Meeting Agenda   
16.3.2 Correspondence   
16.3.3 other   
16.4 Cape Corps Club: Minutes of meetings 1943-1944   
16.5 Red Cross memo's on prisoners of war: regulations surrounding sending food parcels; support groups etc. n.d.   
16.6 Mideast Progress Reports. June - August 1942.   
16.7 Various papers on recreational aids for African troops. 1941-1944.   
16.8 Correspondence and different attached documents relating to the welfare of black troops   
    
16.9 Correspondence re Demobilisation of Black troops, service benefits, war pensions, employment of ex-servicemen, list of Cape Coloured casualties.   
16.9.1 Correspondence   
16.9.2 Demobilisation of Black troops   
16.9.3 War pensions   
16.9.4 Employment of ex-servicemen   
16.9.5 Cape Coloureds In Military   
16.9.6 Other relating documents   
    
16.10 WWII and other articles   
16.10.1 Newspaper Clippings   
16.10.2 Various pamphlets and news articles   
16.10.3 Tanganyika League pamphlet   
16.10.4 Fabian Colonial Bureau Report of a Conference (no page 2)   
16.10.5 Economic Lessons of The Allied War Effort   
16.10.6 Other documents   
    
16.11 'Peace Aims' and various memo's on post-war reconstruction.   
16.11.1 Documents relating to Peace Aims   
16.11.2 Economic and Financial Tables   
16.11.3 Documents relating Post-War Reconstruction   
16.11.4 Documents relating to research   
16.11.5 Correspondence   
16.11.6 Newspaper Clippings   
16.11.7 Other document   
    
    
17 WAR MEMORIAL HEALTH FOUNDATION   
    
17.1 Correspondence re the establishment of a War Memorial Health Committee 1945-1946   
17.1.1 1945-1946   
17.1.2 Correspondence with attachments, 1946   
17.1.3 Memorandum and circulars 1945-1946   
17.1.4 Minutes and Financial Statement   
17.1.5 Others   
    
17.2 National War Memorial Health Foundation - early documents memo's and circulars. 1945-1946   
17.2.1 Constitution   
17.2.2 National War Fund Charter   
17.2.3 Organisation Membership   
17.2.4 Proposed Institutes Of Hygiene   
17.2.5 Summary Of Discussion   
17.2.6 Minutes   
17.2.7 Memorandum and Notices   
    
17.3 Reports and Minutes 1948   
17.3.1 Regulations Governing Regional Councils And Organizations   
17.3.2 Minutes   
17.3.3 Reports   
17.3.4 Correspondence   
17.3.5 Other Documents   
    
17.4 Minutes and circulars 1948-1949.   
17.4.1 Regulations Governing Regional Councils And Organizations   
17.4.2 Minutes   
17.4.3 Memorandums   
17.4.4 Other   
    
17.5 Minutes and reports 1950-1951   
17.5.1 Minutes (documents not in sequence)   
17.5.2 Reports   
17.5.3 Correspondence   
17.5.4 other   
17.6 National War Memorial Moroka Centre: Minutes of meetings. 1949-1950.   
17.6.1 Minutes   
17.6.2 Reports   
    
    
18 NATIONAL COUNCIL OF WOMEN/NATIONAL COUNCIL OF AFRICAN WOMEN   
    
18.1 N.C.A.W. Documents   
18.1.1 Constitution   
18.1.2 Presidential Address   
18.1.3 General Secretary's Report   
18.1.4 Minutes   
    
18.2 N.C.A.W.: correspondence with SAIRR 1936-1963   
18.2.1 Correspondence 1956   
18.2.2 Correspondence 1957   
18.2.3 Correspondence 1958   
18.2.4 Correspondence 1959   
18.2.5 Correspondence 1960   
18.2.6 Correspondence 1961   
18.2.7 Correspondence 1962   
18.2.8 Correspondence 1963   
18.2.9 The African Self Help W.O. No 1499   
    
18.3 N.C.W.: Speeches, reports, addresses and conference minutes 1950-1970.   
18.3.1 Memorandum   
18.3.2 Minutes   
18.3.3 Circular   
18.3.4 Correspondence   
18.3.5 Speeches   
18.3.6 Reports   
18.3.7 Other relating documents   
    
18.4 N.C.W.: Branch newsletters and minutes 1966-1970.   
18.5 N.C.W.: Correspondence with SAIRR 1956-1968   
    
18.6 N.C.W. News'. 1948-1951; 1961-1962; 1964   
18.6.1 July 1948   
18.6.2 Vol 12 May 1948 No 10   
18.6.3 Vol 13 August 1948 No 2   
18.6.4 Vol 13 October 1948 No 4   
18.6.5 Vol 13 February 1949 No 7   
18.6.6 Vol 14 July 1949 No 1   
18.6.7 Vol 15 February 1950 No 7   
18.6.8 Vol 15 April 1950 No 9   
18.6.9 Vol 16 July 1950 No 1   
18.6.10 Vol 16 August 1950 No 2   
18.6.11 Vol 16 October 1950 No 4   
18.6.12 Vol 16 January 1951 No 6   
18.6.13 Vol 16 February 1951 No 7 (no page 23)   
18.6.14 Vol 16 March 1951 No 8   
18.6.15 Vol 17 August 1951 No 2   
18.6.16 Vol 16 May 1951 No 10   
18.6.17 Vol 16 June 1951 No 11   
18.6.18 Vol 17 July 1951 No 1   
18.6.19 Vol 26 June 1961 No 11   
18.6.20 Vol 28 November 1962 No 5   
18.6.21 Vol 30 July 1964 No 1   
    
    
19 WAYFARERS AND PATHFINDERS   
    
19.1 Wayfarers:   
 Various reports, including a letter describing opposition to Wayfarers in Gaborone Village, 1931 and the persistence of female initiation amongst the Bakgotla. Pathfinders.   
19.1.1 Letter to R. Jones describing the wayfarers 1931   
19.1.2 Girl Wayfarers Association of South Africa" 1945   
19.1.3 Girl Wayfarers Association of South Africa minutes 1945   
19.1.4 "Anti Waste"   
19.1.5 Sign up sheet   
    
19.2 Minutes, correspondence and early P.O.R.S., 1916-1925   
19.2.1 Pamphlets and certificates   
19.2.2 "Scouting and Guiding in Education" R. Baden-Powell   
19.2.3 "Scouting in Elementary Schools" E. Young   
19.2.4 "The Two Ideals" H.G. Elwes   
19.2.5 "What is the Boy Scout Movement?" G.M. Clark, 1915   
19.2.6 The Pathfinder Movement, Constitution and Regulations, 1929   
19.2.7 The Pathfinder Movement, Policy organisation and rules, 1932   
19.2.8 The Pathfinder Movement, What is , and What it is doing.   
19.2.9 Copy of Transvaal Scout Council meeting held in Johannesburg, 1916   
19.2.10 Transvaal Trackers, Minutes of Conference July 1922   
19.2.11 "The Reveille", Official organ of Boy Scouts Association, October 1922   
19.2.12 "The Reveille", Official organ of Boy Scouts Association, October 1923-1925   
19.2.13 Notes in meeting of Transvaal Boy Scouts Association, August 1923   
19.2.14 Transvaal Pathfinders, aims and objections, August 1923   
19.2.15 Pathfinders nominations and appointments, December 1924   
19.2.16 Pathfinders rules and regulations February 1925   
19.2.17 Transvaal Boy Scouts Officers Conference 1925   
19.2.18 News clipping 1931   
19.2.19 Suggestions for the movement at present known as the junior pathfinders   
19.2.20 "The Trackers"   
19.2.21 "Scheme for the African Order of Peace Scouts"   
19.2.22 Correspondence 1922-1951   
    
19.3 The Pathfinder Movement, Transvaal Division. Council Minutes 1924-1941   
19.3.1 1924 (no page 9)   
19.3.2 1925   
19.3.3 1926   
19.3.4 1927   
19.3.5 1928   
19.3.6 1929   
19.3.7 1930   
19.3.8 1931   
19.3.9 1932   
19.3.10 1933   
19.3.11 1934   
19.3.12 "How did the pathfinder movement start" S.P. Woodfield, 1934   
19.3.13 1935   
19.3.14 1936   
19.3.15 1937   
19.3.16 1938   
19.3.17 1939   
19.3.18 1940   
19.3.19 1941   
    
19.4 Transvaal African Scout Council Meeting Minutes. 1942-1959.   
19.4.1 1942   
19.4.2 1943   
19.4.3 1944   
19.4.4 1945   
19.4.5 1946   
19.4.6 1947   
19.4.7 1948   
19.4.8 1949   
19.4.9 1950   
19.4.10 1951   
19.4.11 1952   
19.4.12 1953   
19.4.13 1954   
19.4.14 1955   
19.4.15 1956   
19.4.16 1957   
19.4.17 1958   
19.4.18 1959   
    
19.5 Preamble to the 1936 Constitution of the Pathfinders, Boy Scouts Association; draft policy of statement and amendments to the constitution. 1936.   
19.5.1 Pathfinder Boy Scouts Association of the Union of South Africa, Constitution, 1936   
19.5.2 Pathfinder Boy Scouts Association of the Union of South Africa, Constitutional amendments. December 1936   
19.5.3 Pathfinder Boy Scouts Association Of the Union of South Africa, Final Constitutional amendments.   
19.5.4 Pathfinder Boy Scouts Association Of the Union of South Africa, Draft Policy, Organisation and Rules.   
    
19.6 Pathfinders Headquarters Council - Minutes and reports 1931, 1935, 1936, 1942, 1945.   
19.6.1 1931   
19.6.2 1935   
19.6.3 1936   
19.6.4 1937   
19.6.5 1942   
19.6.6 1945   
    
19.7 Transvaal Pathfinder Scout Council: Minutes 1939-1942; 1947   
19.7.1 1936   
19.7.2 1939   
19.7.3 1940   
19.7.4 1942   
19.7.5 1947   
    
19.8 Natal Divisional Pathfinder Council 1937-1938.   
19.9 Cape Eastern Divisional Pathfinder Council 1939, 1940.   
    
19.10 Circulars to Pathfinder Scout Commissioners 1931-1937   
19.10.1 1931   
19.10.2 1933   
19.10.3 1935   
19.10.4 1936   
19.10.5 1937   
19.10.6 Undated   
    
19.11 Circulars re the training of Divisional Pathfinders. 1929 1934   
19.11.1 1928   
19.11.2 1929   
19.11.3 1931   
19.11.4 1932   
19.11.5 1933   
19.11.6 1934   
19.11.7 1935   
19.11.8 1936   
19.11.9 1937   
19.11.10 Undated   
    
19.12 Correspondence regarding the attendance of 'native youths' at a Jamboree 1933-1936   
19.13 Correspondence regarding the Protection of Names, uniforms and badges.   
    
19.14 Pathfinders in a) Bechuanaland 1938, 1940, 1944. b) Southern Rhodesia 1938, 1939.   
19.14.1 Bechuanaland 1938-1944   
19.14.2 Southern Rhodesia 1938-1939   
    
19.15 Pathfinders in Swaziland: Amabutho Swaziland Youth Movement constitution, reports and related correspondence. 1934   
19.15.1 Constitution of Amabuto   
19.15.2 Notes in Amabuto   
19.15.3 Correspondence 1933   
19.15.4 Correspondence 1934   
19.15.5 Correspondence 1935   
19.15.6 "Report on the Age Grade system of the Swazi people, and it's value in native development" 13/08/1934   
19.15.7 "Tentative suggestions and comments on the possible introduction of the Amabuto system into the Swazi National School" 14/08/1934   
19.15.8 "Notes upon the chief Pathfinder's memorandum upon the pathfinder movement and Swazi youth" 25/01/1935   
19.15.9 "A Report on the experiment; Into system at the Swazi National School, Matapa, 1935"   
19.15.10 "The Pathfinder Movement and Swazi Youth"   
19.15.11 "Memorandum upon native education by the paramount chief of Swaziland"   
19.15.12 "Wayfarers and the Amabuto system"   
19.15.13 Report on the Pathfinders movement   
19.15.14 "Report on the advisability and possibility of introducing the Ibuto System of the Swazi people into the Educational system"   
19.15.15 "The use of indigenous Age-Grade organisations: The Swazi Ibutho" Memo by R.J. Jones   
    
19.16 Pamphlets, circulars and news clips relating to the Boy Scouts Association of South Africa. 1931.   
19.16.1 Pamphlets   
19.16.2 News clippings 1929-1931   
    
19.17 South African Scout Council Minutes 1923, 1931-1935.   
19.17.1 1923   
19.17.2 1931   
19.17.3 1932   
19.17.4 1933   
19.17.5 1935   
    
19.18 Correspondence related to the formation of a Scout Association for Coloured Youths. 1941   
19.18.1 1941   
19.18.2 Undated   
    
19.19 Pathfinder - Scout Relations.   
19.19.1 Report of a meeting of representatives of the Scout Council and Pathfinder Council, Nov. 1930.   
19.19.2 May 1932.   
19.19.3 Oct. 1933   
    
19.20 Correspondence regarding the relationship between the Scout and Pathfinder Councils, 1933.   
    
19.21 Internal and external correspondence regarding Pathfinders; correspondents include Baden Powell, Alfred Pickford, Ray Phillips and Stanley Harris   
19.21.1 1929   
19.21.2 1930   
19.21.3 1931 January-June   
19.21.4 1931 July-December   
19.21.5 Undated   
    
19.22 Further papers relating to the relationship between Pathfinders and the Scout Council: Circulars, minutes of meetings and news cuttings, 1933-1936; correspondence.   
19.22.1 Circulars, minutes of meetings and newscuttings:1931   
19.22.2 Circulars, minutes of meetings and news cuttings: 1933   
19.22.3 Circulars, minutes of meetings and newscuttings:1935   
19.22.4 Circulars, minutes of meetings and newscuttings:1936 January - March   
19.22.5 Circulars, minutes of meetings and news cuttings: 1936 April - October   
19.22.6 Correspondence: 1936 January- May   
19.22.7 Correspondence: 1936 June - December   
    
19.23 Constitutional, policy and organisational documents of the Pathfinder Boy Scouts Association. 1936.   
19.23.1 Memorandum to members of the Scout Council Constitution Committee, 30 April 1936   
19.23.2 The Boy Scouts Association of the Union of South Africa Draft Constitution"   
19.23.3 Pathfinder Boy Scouts Association of The Union of South Africa draft policy, organisation and rules   
19.23.4 Boy Scouts association of The Union Of South Africa constitution for East London   
19.23.5 "How did the pathfinder movement start" S.P. Woodfield, 1934   
19.23.6 Pathfinder Boy Scouts of the Union of South Africa Preamble   
    
19.24 Correspondence regarding Pathfinder relations with Voortrekkers; includes correspondence with the Commission on Native Youth Movements of the Dutch Reformed Church of South Africa. March 1935-November 1935   
    
19.25 The African Pioneers: correspondence and news clippings. 1932.   
19.25.1 News clippings 1931   
19.25.2 Correspondence 1923-1935   
    
19.26 Tom Atkinson: 'The Braves Abroad'. 24pp. 1921.   
19.27 Educational Policy in British Tropical Africa': memo submitted to the Secretary of State for the Colonies, by the Advisory Committee on Native Education in British Tropical African Dependencies. 1925.   
    
19.28 'The Pathfinder Scout Gazette' official organ of the Pathfinder Boy Scouts Association (Transvaal Division) Vol I - Vol VII.941-1949.   
19.28.1 January 1941, Vol 1 No. 1   
19.28.2 March 1941, Vol 1, No2 and August 1941   
19.28.3 December 1941, Vol 1, No. 5   
19.28.4 March 1942, Vol 1, No 6   
19.28.5 Special Edition, June 1942   
19.28.6 September 1942, Vol 1, No. 8   
19.28.7 December 1942, Vol 1, No. 9   
19.28.8 Christmas Edition, 1942, Vol 1, No 10   
19.28.9 March 1943, Vol 1, No 11   
19.28.10 September 1943, Vol 1, No 12   
19.28.11 December 1943, Vol 2, No 1   
19.28.12 March 1944, Vol 2, No 2   
19.28.13 June 1944, Vol 1, No 3   
19.28.14 September 1944, Vol 2 No 4   
19.28.15 Special Christmas Edition December 1944.   
19.28.16 March 1945, Vol 3, No 1   
19.28.17 June 1945, Vol 3. No 2   
19.28.18 September 1945, Vol ? No?   
19.28.19 December 1945, Special Christmas edition.   
19.28.20 March 1945, Vol 4, No 1   
19.28.21 March 1946, Vol 4, No 2   
19.28.22 September 1946, Vol 3, No 3   
19.28.23 December 1946, Special Christmas edition   
19.28.24 March 1947, Vol 5, No 1   
19.28.25 June 1947, Vol 5 No II   
19.28.26 September 1947, Vol 5, No 2   
19.28.27 December 1947, Vol 5, No 4   
19.28.28 March 1948, Vol 6, No 1   
19.28.29 Vol 6, No 2   
19.28.30 September 1948, Vol 6, No 3   
19.28.31 March 1949, Vol 7, No 1   
19.28.32 October 1949, Vol 7, No 1   
19.28.33 March 1950 Vol 8, No 1   
    
19.29 The Transvaal Newssheet of the African Boy Scouts Association No's 3-53, 1953-1959.   
19.29.1 No. 1, April 1953   
19.29.2 No 2, May 1953   
19.29.3 No 3, June 1953   
19.29.4 No 5, August 1953   
19.29.5 No 6, September 1953   
19.29.6 No 8, November 1953   
19.29.7 No 9, December 1953   
19.29.8 No 10, January 1954   
19.29.9 No 11, February 1954   
19.29.10 No 12, March 1954   
19.29.11 No 13, April 1954   
19.29.12 No 14, May 1954   
19.29.13 No 16, July and August 1954   
19.29.14 No 18, September 1954   
19.29.15 No 19, October 1954   
19.29.16 No 20, November 1954   
19.29.17 No 20, December 1954   
19.29.18 No 21, January 1955   
19.29.19 No 22, February 1955   
19.29.20 No 23, March 1955   
19.29.21 No 24, April 1955   
19.29.22 No 25, May 1955   
19.29.23 No 26, June 1955   
19.29.24 No 27, July 1955   
19.29.25 No 29, September 1955   
19.29.26 No 28, August 1955   
19.29.27 No 30, October and November 1955   
19.29.28 No 32, March 1956   
19.29.29 No 33, April 1956   
19.29.30 No 34, May 1936   
19.29.31 No 36, July 1956   
19.29.32 No 37, August 1956   
19.29.33 No 38, September 1956   
19.29.34 No 39, October 1956   
19.29.35 No 40, December 1956   
19.29.36 No 42, April 1957   
19.29.37 No 43, May 1957   
19.29.38 No 44, June 1957   
19.29.39 No 45, August 1957   
19.29.40 No 46, September 1957   
19.29.41 No 47, October 1957   
19.29.42 No 48, December 1957   
19.29.43 No 52, March 1959   
19.29.44 No 53, June 1959   
    
19.30 'The African Scout Gazette' organ of the African Boy Scouts (Transvaal Division). May 1951; Jan. 1952.   
19.30.1 May 1951   
19.30.2 January 1952   
    
19.31 'Paladins': newsletter and memo on Paladins' history. n.d.   
19.31.1 "Landa" A story for trackers. J.A. Calata   
19.31.2 Paladins 31st anniversary bulletin, Nov-Dec 1952   
19.31.3 A brief description and history of the Paladins   
19.31.4 Correspondence relating to the paladins. June 1951-October 1952   
    
    
20 Please note: This section has not been assigned.   
    
    
21 SUNDRY SOCIAL CLUBS   
    
21.1 Durban International Club: Circulars 1951-1952. Correspondence 1949-1959   
21.1.1 Durban International Club Programmes 1950-1954   
21.1.2 Correspondence September 1949 - February 1955   
21.1.3 Correspondence August 1955 - January 1959   
21.2 Johannesburg International Club: circulars and correspondence 1948-1950   
21.3 Springbok Legion: Correspondence (4 items) 1949-1953   
    
21.4 Bantu Men's Social Centre: Minutes of Meetings 1937-1938.   
21.4.1 1937   
21.4.2 1938   
    
21.5 Bantu Sports Club: circulars and correspondence 1937-1939.   
21.5.1 Feb- April 1953   
21.5.2 May-August 1953   
21.5.3 August - December 1953   
21.5.4 January - May 1954   
21.5.5 June - December 1954   
21.5.6 January - June 1955   
21.5.7 January - December 1956   
    
    
22 POLITICAL REPRESENTATION   
    
22.1 Political representation of non-Europeans, Reports and Correspondence:   
22.1.1 Memorandum to Prime minister on the political representation on non-Europeans. 1949   
22.1.2 "The African: present and future political representation" 11.01.1950   
22.1.3 draft programe of political rights and duties for Africans 14/09/1950   
22.1.4 "Outline of the political status of non-European peoples in Africa and the Sahara", M. Horrell, 15/07/1953   
22.1.5 "Non-European policies in the Union and the measure of their Success" M. Horrell, March 1954   
22.1.6 Statement by All African Conference, Bloemfontein, 19 October 1956   
22.1.7 Democratic institutions in Africa, J. Lewin, summary of lecture on May 4th   
22.1.8 African Actions and Attitudes (political)   
22.1.9 Report for facilities for holding of mixed political meetings in Natal and East Griqualand   
22.1.10 Correspondence 1961   
    
22.2 Sundry correspondents re white political groupings 1955-1965   
22.2.1 1952   
22.2.2 1953   
22.2.3 1954   
22.2.4 1955   
22.2.5 1957   
22.2.6 1960   
22.2.7 1960   
22.2.8 1962   
22.2.9 1965   
    
22.3 Various circulars and party pamphlets: Progressive Party, ANC, Congress of Democrats, United Federal Party, United Party, Liberal Party, S.A. Labour Party, Southern Rhodesia Labour Party.   
22.3.1 Would Independence bring Unity and Strength to South Africa?' 1915.   
22.3.2 'Terms for Fusion'   
22.3.3 Statement by Coulter, Marwick and Stallard. 1934   
22.3.4 'The Political Situation'. and   
22.3.5 Farmers and Workers' Party Manifesto'; F.A.W. Lucas's campaign manifesto. 1936   
22.3.6 'Generaal Smuts wys op die dwaasheid van neutraliteit'. 1940   
22.3.7 Adv. Pirow se Nuusbrief' 1944.   
22.3.8 'Suid-Afrika se Gevaar' n.d.   
22.3.9 Hatt - an independent source of political information. 1957.   
22.3.10 "To the members of the electoral colleges and committees in the Transvaal and Orange Free State.   
22.3.11 PEP - Put and End to Poverty   
22.3.12 Conference resolutions of 1941   
22.3.13 "Results!" left magazine 1948   
    
22.4 White political groups flyers and news clippings. Including some reports from the SAIRR   
22.4.1 Congress of Democrats   
22.4.2 the United Party   
22.4.3 The Liberal Party   
22.4.4 The South African Labour Party   
22.4.5 Union Federal Party   
22.4.6 The Progressive Party   
22.4.7 Group 69   
22.4.8 Pamphlet tilted: "Dr Malan se Kleurbeleud" (Dr Malan's colour policies)   
22.4.9 SAIRR "The need for a new system of Government in South Africa"   
22.4.10 SAIRR "Summary of representation on non-Europeans bill"   
22.4.11 SAIRR "The future danger of imposed racial policies"   
22.4.12 SAIRR "The meaning of Apartheid" W.W.M. Eiselen   
22.4.13 SAIRR "Political Systems in multi racial societies"   
22.4.14 SAIRR "Brief summaries of other political parties"   
22.4.15 News clippings   
    
22.5 Rheinallt Jones: Correspondence re NRC 1937-1947   
22.5.1 "Race relations and the Constitution" 1948   
22.5.2 "African Responses to Racial Laws", Foreign Affairs, Z.K. Matthews, 1951   
22.5.3 "Civil Rights and the African population", Dr. J Simons,   
22.5.4 Correspondence June 1937   
22.5.5 Correspondence July 1937   
22.5.6 Correspondence August 1937   
22.5.7 Correspondence September 1937   
22.5.8 Correspondence October 1937   
22.5.9 Correspondence November 1937   
22.5.10 Correspondence December 1937   
22.5.11 Correspondence January 1938   
22.5.12 Correspondence May 1939   
22.5.13 Correspondence June 1938   
22.5.14 Correspondence August 1938   
22.5.15 Correspondence September 1939   
22.5.16 Correspondence January 1940   
22.5.17 Correspondence May 1940   
22.5.18 Correspondence April 1940   
22.5.19 Correspondence November 1940   
22.5.20 Correspondence October 1941   
    
22.6 Rheinallt Jones: Memos and notes re NRC 1938-1939.   
22.6.1 Representation of Native Act 1936   
22.6.2 Representation of Natives Act Parliamentary Group 1936   
22.6.3 South African Native College Proposed Course for interpreters 1936   
22.6.4 Department of Native Affairs departmental Circular, 1937   
22.6.5 SAIRR Executive Committee Meeting Minutes, 20/11/1937   
22.6.6 Native Representative Parliamentary Group 1937   
22.6.7 Native Representative Parliamentary Group, hand written notes 1937   
22.6.8 Native Representative Council, Cape Provincial Council Members, 1938   
22.6.9 SAIRR Executive Committee Meeting Minutes, 2/04/1938   
22.6.10 Native Representative Council, Cape Provincial Council Members 12/38   
22.6.11 Native Representative Council statement to the press 08/1938   
22.6.12 Statement on the development of Native Councils, 1948   
22.6.13 Various hand written notes   
22.6.14 News Clippings   
22.6.15 General Smuts' Proposal   
22.6.16 Native Representative Council Report   
22.6.17 Correspondence   
    
22.7 Report of the National European-Bantu Conference, Cape Town, 1929   
    
    
23 BLACK POLITICS   
    
23.1 All-African Convention - Minutes, Presidential Address, Conference findings, 1936; Minutes 1937, 1940   
23.1.1 "The Findings of the All African Convention" D.D.T. Jabavu, pamphlet three, December 1935   
23.1.2 "The Crisis" H. Selby Msimang, March 1936   
23.1.3 "Pui Ea Mookameli" (Message from the Chair Person) D.D.T. Jabavu, June 1936   
23.1.4 "I-Nkulumo yom-Holi" (Discussion on payments) D.D.t Jabavu, June 1936   
23.1.5 "Minutes of the All African Convention" D.D.T. Jabavu, June 1936   
23.1.6 "All African Convention Presidential Address", D.D.T Jabavu, June 1936   
23.1.7 "Minutes of the All African Convention" December 1937   
23.1.8 "Minutes of the All African Convention" December 1940   
    
23.2 ANC: Minutes of a National Executive meeting 1945 , newspaper clipping, program of action and Youth League constitution   
23.2.1 "An African Charter" 23/12/1942   
23.2.2 ANC: Minutes of a National Executive meeting 1945   
23.2.3 Receipts and payments 1950.   
23.2.4 ANC Youth League Constitution. Undated   
23.2.5 The All In Unity Conference in Kimberly   
23.2.6 National Programme of Action. n.d.   
    
23.3 Mafikeng ANC Branch Circulars 1952.   
23.3.1 ANC Statement of receipts and payments. 30/11/1950   
23.3.2 ANC Mafeking circular 1952   
23.3.3 "300 Years of Sorrow Sin and Shame" 1952   
23.3.4 ANC Mafeking circular 1952   
    
23.4 Incomplete ANC circulars 1940 - 1950's.   
23.4.1 Incomplete circular 1941   
23.4.2 "Fifty Years Ago" Molema, January 1943   
23.4.3 ANC Presidential Address in Mafeking, 18 December 1950, by Miss M.T. Soga   
23.4.4 Incomplete joint statement signed by J.S. Moroka, Y.M. Dadoo, Y. Cachalia, J.B. Marks, W.M. Sisulu, 8 November1951 (odd page numbers)   
23.4.5 Incomplete statement by H. S. Msimang, Undated   
23.4.6 "Ten Injuries, Ten Festering Scores, Ten Injustices"   
23.4.7 Misc incomplete circulars   
    
23.5 Congress Alliance documents and two speeches by Yusuf Dadoo.   
23.5.1 "The Voice of Yusuf Dadoo" Speech by Dadoo 16 July 1952   
23.5.2 "The Future of Race Relations in South Africa" Article by Yusuf Dadoo   
23.5.3 'Analysis: Congress and the Multi-Racial Alliance' 1958   
23.5.4 'In Defence of South Africa' 1961   
    
23.6 Resolutions passed at the All-in African Conference Programme of Action 1961   
23.6.1 Resolutions passed at the All-in African Conference   
23.6.2 Programme of Action 1961   
    
23.7 Supreme Council for the Federation of Bantu Organizations: pamphlets and related information. 1950-1955.   
23.7.1 Supreme Council for the Federation of Bantu Organizations Constitution   
23.7.2 Supreme Council for the Federation of Bantu Organizations Pamphlets   
23.7.3 Supreme Council for the Federation of Bantu Organizations reports   
23.7.4 Supreme Council for the Federation of Bantu Organizations Correspondence   
23.8 Commission of Enquiry into the Paarl Riots. 1962   
    
23.9 "Flash", Official Organ of the passive resistance council of the Transvaal Indian Congress 1946-1953, incomplete   
23.9.1 July-November 1946   
23.9.2 Sep-46   
23.9.3 1947   
23.9.4 1952   
23.9.5 1953   
    
23.10 Voice of Africa - Monthly Bulletin for Orlando 1950-1962 (incomplete)   
23.10.1 June 1950   
23.10.2 January 1951   
23.10.3 February 1951   
23.10.4 August 1951   
23.10.5 September 1961   
23.10.6 November 1961 (no pages 7-10)   
23.10.7 January 1962 (no pages 5-12, 29-36)   
23.10.8 February 1962 (no pages 5-12, 29-36, duplicate pages 13-20 and 21-28)   
    
23.11 R.F. Margo - Report to the Ford Foundation: Black Organization in South Africa. c.1973 (no page 12 & 18)   
23.12 Pimville/Klipspruit Residents' Committee: Constitution. n.d. Notices re the funeral of T.D. Mweli Skota - 1976.   
    
    
24 RESTRICTIVE LEGISLATION   
    
24.1 Suppression of Communism Act: Memos and correspondence 1950   
24.1.1 Notification of Solly Sachs' suppression in terms of the Act.   
24.1.2 Correspondence   
24.1.3 News clippings   
24.1.4 Suppression Of Communism Act, Bill   
24.1.5 SAIRR report on act.   
24.1.6 Article on The Unlawful Organisations Bill in 'Common Sense' June 1950   
24.1.7 "The Unlawful Organisations Bill"   
24.1.8 Memorandum on the effect of the Unlawful Organisations Bill.   
24.1.9 Examination of Unlawful Organisations Bill   
24.1.10 Resolution of the Civil Rights League of Cape Town on the Unlawful Organisations Bill.   
    
24.2 Criminal Procedure and Evidence Bill 1950.   
24.2.1 Bill to amend the laws relating to criminal procedure and evidence   
24.2.2 Criminal Procedure and Evidence Amendment Bill   
24.2.3 Correspondence   
    
24.3 Undesirable Publications Bill & Publications and Entertainments Bill: correspondence and memos - 1951-1962.   
24.3.1 SAIRR report on Undesirable Publications Bill   
24.3.2 Memorandum on Undesirable Publications Bill   
24.3.3 SAIRR report on Publications and Entertainments Bill   
24.3.4 Publications and Entertainments Bill   
24.3.5 Memorandum in Publications and Entertainments Bill   
24.3.6 Correspondence 1952-1965   
    
24.4 Population registration Act: Queries, correspondence, news clippings and memos. 1949-1957.   
24.4.1 "National Registration" Isle of Man, 1939   
24.4.2 National Registration Act of the United Kingdom, 1939   
24.4.3 Paper on national registration   
24.4.4 Definitions of Race in various acts   
24.4.5 Coloured Peoples Settlements Act 1946   
24.4.6 Legal Opinion, "What a Coloured Person Must Do"   
24.4.7 "National Registration"   
24.4.8 Correspondence 1955-1958   
24.4.9 News clippings 1949-1950   
24.4.10 Minutes of general purpose meetings   
24.4.11 Testimony of Willie Vickerman   
24.4.12 Misc documents   
    
    
25 COLOURED' AFFAIRS   
    
25.1 SAIRR correspondence re 'Coloured' Affairs 1925-1968, including evidence to the Coloured Education Commission 1953.   
25.1.1 1925   
25.1.2 1944   
25.1.3 1945   
25.1.4 1951   
25.1.5 1953   
25.1.6 1954   
25.1.7 1955   
25.1.8 1956   
25.1.9 1957   
25.1.10 1958   
25.1.11 1959   
25.1.12 1960   
25.1.13 1961   
25.1.14 1962   
25.1.15 1963   
25.1.16 1964   
25.1.17 1965   
25.1.18 1967   
25.1.19 1969   
    
25.2 Legislation affecting coloured peoples, 1947-1953   
25.2.1 Correspondence 1947-1953   
25.2.2 Correspondence with the prime minister, 1950   
25.2.3 "The Coloured Franchise", 1951   
25.2.4 "Memorandum of Evidence" paper on coloured franchise, 1951   
25.2.5 Findings of the institute's Council on the political aspects of South Africa's racial problems" 11/11/1953   
25.2.6 Draft Evidence to The Coloured education Commission. 23 November 1953   
25.2.7 Evidence to The Coloured education Commission, 2 December 1953   
25.2.8 Evidence to The Coloured education Commission with notes and undated   
25.2.9 Draft Evidence for the Commission on the Separate Representation of Voters Act Validation and amendment bill.   
25.2.10 "Notes on Systems of Government in Other Countries With Heterogeneous Populations" Undated   
25.2.11 "Comments on Draft Evidence To Vote Commission" Undated   
25.2.12 "Notes on Coloured Franchise"   
    
25.3 Reports and papers on representation of 'Coloureds', education, employment and origins. 1944-1967 and undated   
25.3.1 "Cape Coloured Franchise in The Northern Provinces" June 1944   
25.3.2 SAIRR report on coloured franchise 1953   
25.3.3 "The History of the Cape Coloured Franchise", M.L. Grant, 1950   
25.3.4 "The Coloured People, A factual survey" 30 November 1953   
25.3.5 "Preparatory Course for Cape Coloured Youth" 24 November 1955   
25.3.6 A Summary of the report of the Cape Coloured Education Commission, M.L. Grant, 1956   
25.3.7 Findings on the report of the Coloured Education Commission 1953-1956   
25.3.8 Minutes of the Johannesburg Planning Council for non-European social welfare, 16 October,1958   
25.3.9 "Some Facts about the Coloured People" address by I.D. du Plessis 1959   
25.3.10 Material available regarding the cape coloured" February 1960   
25.3.11 Southern Transvaal Region, the need for unity" Rev. W.J. Bergins 08/03/1960   
25.3.12 Coloured Education, Recreation and Culture in the Transvaal" G.L. Carr, 10/03/1960   
25.3.13 "Coloured housing in Johannesburg" M. Le Pere, 14/03/1960   
25.3.14 "Employment and Economic Situation", D.J. Shultz, 18/03/1960   
25.3.15 "The possibility of Local Government for Coloured People", R.E. van der Ross, 13/01/1961   
25.3.16 Coloured Fact Finding Committee minutes, 1961   
25.3.17 "Transfer of Coloured Education" 26/06/1962   
25.3.18 Prohibition of Improper Interference Bill", 1966   
25.3.19 "The Red Hill Community in Cape Town" 28 October 1967   
25.3.20 The South African Chinese - their present position' Undated   
25.3.21 "The Coloured People" Statement by A. vd Sandt Centlivers Undated   
25.3.22 List of coloured sporting clubs   
25.3.23 Memo on granting the franchise to the Coloured people of the Transvaal and Orange Free State. Undated   
25.3.24 "The Political Status of the Cape Coloured People Outside the Cape" Undated   
25.3.25 Conference on Coloured People registration form.   
25.3.26 Misc hand written notes.   
    
25.4 Correspondence re separate local government control for 'Coloured' group areas as well as reports and notes on the subject. 1958-1959.   
25.4.1 Correspondence re separate local government control for 'Coloured' group areas, 1959.   
25.4.2 Draft evidence submitted by the SAIRR to the commission for coloured Affairs.   
25.4.3 Draft evidence submitted by the SAIRR to the commission for coloured Affairs, with notes   
25.4.4 Draft by general purpose committee   
25.4.5 Notes on constitutional developments   
    
25.5 SAIRR submission to the Theron Commission of Enquiry into Coloured Education   
25.5.1 "The Road Ahead" SAIRR publication 1972   
25.5.2 Draft evidence to be placed before the commission on coloured matters   
25.5.3 Evidence to the commission of inquiry into matters relating to the coloured population group.   
25.5.4 Commission relating to coloured affairs, reports from local areas.   
25.5.5 Report on housing, Cape western region   
25.5.6 "Facing The Crisis In Housing For Coloured People"   
25.5.7 "Government And Administration" SAIRR report on 'Coloured' peoples.   
25.5.8 "Economics and Labour" SAIRR report on 'Coloured' peoples.   
25.5.9 Work determinations in force 1973   
25.5.10 "Education" SAIRR report on 'Coloured' peoples.   
25.5.11 "The Social Sphere And Social Welfare" SAIRR report on 'Coloured' peoples.   
25.5.12 "Housing and Community Development" SAIRR report on 'Coloured' peoples.   
25.5.13 Appendix, Commission Relating To The Coloured People.   
    
25.6 The Citizen Annual ? New Unity Movement publication, 1958   
25.7 News clips on 'Coloured' policy 1940-1944.   
25.8 "Coloured Citizenship In South Africa" Report of the second workshop, 1972, M.G. Whisson and H.W. van der Merwe   
    
    
26 INDIAN AFFAIRS   
    
26.1 Memo on the Proposed Investigation on the Social and Economic Condition of Indians in South Africa. 1938   
26.2 Johannesburg Indian Social Welfare Association - JISWA: Minutes of Meetings 1936-44; 1948.   
    
26.3. Misc Memo's and Speeches on "Indian Affairs"   
26.3.1 'Summary of conclusions reached by the Round Table Conference on the Indian Question in South Africa' 1927   
26.3.2 Address by Maurice Webb to the Durban Indo-European Council 1947.   
26.3.3 D.F. Malan - 'Hands off South Africa!' Text of speech 1952.   
26.3.4 Govt. of India, Ministry of External Affairs: Memo on the Question of Treatment of Indians in the Union of South Africa U.N., 1950   
    
26.4 Miscellaneous letters, memos, Meetings and reports re Indian Affairs   
26.4.1 Letters 1961   
26.4.2 Letters 1962   
26.4.3 Letters 1963   
26.4.4 Memo on care and treatment facilities for handicapped Indian cases   
26.4.5 Memo submitted to the sub committee on Lenasia to the Johannesburg Social Welfare Association, undated   
26.4.6 Minutes and meetings 1948-1949   
26.4.7 Minutes and meetings 1961   
26.4.8 Minutes and meetings 1962   
26.4.9 Minutes and meetings 1963 and undated   
26.4.10 Report "The Present Economic And Political Position of Indians" by L. Sungaran, 12 November 1960   
26.4.11 Press statement "Indian University Education" 12/12/1960   
26.4.12 Report in Thesis by M.B. Pachai, M.A. "The Emergence of the Question of the South African Indian as an International Issue 1860 - 1961"   
26.4.13 "Merebank/Wentworth and Catsworth Indian Housing Schemes" 1961   
26.4.14 "Legislation Relating to Indians" 11 September 1962   
26.4.15 "Legal Disabilities of Indians" 1962   
26.4.16 "Relief For Displaced Indian Traders" by R. Feetham, undated   
26.4.17 "General assessment of the Operational and Other Functions of the Johannesburg Social Welfare Association" undated   
26.4.18 "Legislation relating to Indians", Undated   
26.4.19 Johannesburg Indian Social Welfare Association Constitution   
26.4.20 Johannesburg Indian Social Welfare Association, notes and amendments on Constitution   
26.4.21 Misc notes   
26.4.22 SAIRR incomplete list of material on Indians in South Africa   
    
26.5 Memo's on Asiatic Bazaars Coffee carts 1953.27.   
26.5.1 Correspondence too the SAIRR from N.G. Naidoo 30 November 1949   
26.5.2 "The New Age", 29 September 1955   
26.5.3 SAIRR notes on Asiatic Bazaar in Boksburg, undated   
26.5.4 Notes from Southern Transvaal Regional Committee re Coffee Carts, undated   
26.5.5 Asiatic Bazaar Regulations, Municipality of Witbank, undated   
    
26.6 The Indian Social Welfare Association 1945-1948   
26.6.1 Indian Social Welfare Association Annual Report, 1934 - 1935   
26.6.2 The Indian Social Welfare Association minutes 17/02/1947, Johannesburg   
26.6.3 Invitation to 10th annual general meeting and meeting minutes, 1945   
26.6.4 Minutes of Indian Social Welfare Association meeting, Johannesburg, 26 June 1947   
26.6.5 Minutes of Indian Social Welfare Association meeting, Johannesburg, 15/07/1947   
26.6.6 Indian Social Welfare Association Child Welfare Committee Constitution, 23/07/1948   
26.6.7 Minutes of Indian Social Welfare Association meeting, Johannesburg, 06/02/1948   
26.6.8 Minutes of Indian Social Welfare Association meeting, Johannesburg, 08/03/1948   
26.6.9 Minutes of Indian Social Welfare Association meeting, Johannesburg,09/04/1948   
26.6.10 Minutes of Indian Social Welfare Association meeting, Johannesburg, 29/04/1948   
26.6.11 Minutes of Indian Social Welfare Association meeting, Johannesburg, 13/07/1948   
26.6.12 Minutes of Indian Social Welfare Association meeting, Johannesburg, 23/07/1948   
26.6.13 Minutes of Indian Social Welfare Association meeting, Johannesburg, 06/08/1948   
26.6.14 Minutes of Indian Social Welfare Association meeting, Johannesburg, 08/10/1948   
    
26.7 Minutes of the child welfare committee of the Indian Social Workers association 1939-1944   
26.7.1 1939   
26.7.2 1940   
26.7.3 1941   
26.7.4 1942   
26.7.5 1943   
26.7.6 1944   
26.8 Indian Social Welfare Association meetings, 1936, Johannesburg,   
    
    
27 EASTERN AND SOUTHERN AFRICA   
    
27.1.1 Commission of Enquiry into the Administration of Justice in Kenya, Uganda and Tanganyika. May 1933   
27.1.2 Address by Philip Mitchell - Governor of Kenya - to the Nairobi Club 1947.   
27.1.3 'The Gezira Scheme' n.d   
    
27.2 Notes on Rheinallt Jones' tour of Northern and Southern Rhodesia in 1942 - 1956 and undated; includes memos submitted to the Dalgleish Commission on the use of Black mine labour   
27.2.1 Capital and the Copper Mines 1942   
27.2.2 White Capital Plus White Labour 1943   
27.2.3 Memorandum submitted to the Native Production and Trade Commission 4/091944   
27.2.4 "Asset or Liability" 08/1946   
27.2.5 Trading in Native Mine Compounds on the Copperbelt 1947   
27.2.6 Note on African Trade Unionism in Northern Rhodesia 24/01/1947   
27.2.7 Workers' Organisation and Industrial Conciliation 13/08/1947   
27.2.8 Progression of Africans in Northern Rhodesia 12/09/1947   
27.2.9 Memorandum of Association of a Trust 13/09/1947   
27.2.10 Anglo American Corporation of South Africa, Limited, No 11/47, 29/09/1947   
27.2.11 Anglo American Corporation of South Africa, Limited, No 15/47, 29/09/1947   
27.2.12 Industrial Legislation for Northern Rhodesia 4/03/1948   
27.2.13 Experiment in Freedom, L. Nicholls, Bulawayo, 1948 (no pages 4, 5, 10, 15, 16)   
27.2.14 The Institution of Municipal Engineers, 32nd Annual Conference of The South African District, Bulawayo, 1953 (no pages 23, 24, 31, 32, 38)   
27.2.15 Report of the Select Committee on the Subject of Native Industrial Workers' Unions Bill, 03/1954   
27.2.16 Memorandum on Forced Native Labour in Kenya, undated   
27.2.17 Paper on Rhodesian labour, undated (no page 1)   
27.2.18 Paper on Northern Rhodesian trade unionism, undated   
    
27.3 Various memos and correspondence on African Welfare Societies in Southern Rhodesia, constitutional affairs and race relations. 1953-1964   
27.3.1 Correspondence 1945   
27.3.2 Correspondence 1946   
27.3.3 Correspondence 1947-1949   
27.3.4 Correspondence 1951 - 1952   
27.3.5 Correspondence 1953   
27.3.6 Correspondence 1954   
27.3.7 Correspondence 1955   
27.3.8 Correspondence 1956 - 1959   
27.3.9 Correspondence 1960   
27.3.10 Correspondence 1961 - 1967   
27.3.11 Correspondence 1968   
27.3.12 Rhodesian Institute of African Affairs, Monthly Bulletin, April 1957, March 1964 & April 1964   
27.3.13 Northern Rhodesia Government Report of Investigation of Strike of African Employees, 22/01/1946   
27.3.14 Note on Race Relations in Northern Rhodesia in 1945, 22/01/1946   
27.3.15 The African Welfare Society of Bulawayo, Minutes of the executive committee, 12/01/1953   
27.3.16 Southern Rhodesian Social Hygiene Council Annual Report, 31/12/1952   
27.3.17 Rev. P. Ibbotson's report on Southern Rhodesia, June 1953   
27.3.18 African Welfare Bulletin, February 1954   
27.3.19 African Welfare Bulletin, March 1954   
27.3.20 Percy Obbotson memorial trust deed, 3/04/1955   
27.3.21 Nyasaland Information Bulletin, 24/04/1957   
27.3.22 Rhodesia and Nyasaland News Letter, 01/12/1961   
27.3.23 "Constitutional Development in the Federation" 1961   
27.3.24 Constitutional Development in the Federation of Nyasaland, Southern and Northern Rhodesia, 17/01/1962   
27.3.25 Royal Commission on "The Progression of Africans" in Northern Rhodesia, undated   
27.3.26 Report on the Central African Federation by P. Ibbotson, Undated.   
    
27.4 Southern Rhodesian Industrial Conciliation Bill: of Woodworkers; S.A. Boilermakers' Union; Iron and Steel Workers and Shipbuilders' Society; S.A. Society of Bank Officials, and the S.A. Typographical Union. 1957-528.   
27.4.1 Industrial Conciliation Bill, April 1956   
27.4.2 Industrial Conciliation Bill, June 1956   
27.4.3 Correspondence relating too the Industrial Conciliation Bill   
27.4.4 Industrial Conciliation Bill, January 1959   
    
    
28 SOUTH WEST AFRICA   
    
28.1 Govt. memos and Reports   
28.1.1 Report of the Administrator, 1921 (document starts at page 4)   
28.1.2 Statement of the Administrator, 1922   
28.1.3 Report of the Administrator, 1922   
28.1.4 Report of the Government of the Union of South West Africa, 1926   
28.1.5 Report of the Government of the Union of South West Africa, 1927   
28.1.6 Report of the government of the union of South West Africa to the League of Nations Concerning the Advancement of SWA, 1928   
28.1.7 Report of the government of the union of South West Africa to the League of Nations Concerning the Advancement of SWA, 1929   
28.1.8 Report of the government of the union of South West Africa to the League of Nations Concerning the Advancement of SWA, 1930   
28.1.9 Report of the government of the union of South West Africa to the League of Nations Concerning the Advancement of SWA, 1931   
28.1.10 Report of the government of the union of South West Africa to the League of Nations Concerning the Administration of SWA, 1933   
28.1.11 Report of South West Africa Commission, 1936   
28.1.12 Report by the Government of the Union of South Africa on The Administration of South West Africa for the Year 1946   
    
28.2 S.W.A. and the United Nations: UN Resolutions and Committee Reports 1946-47.   
28.2.1 "The South West Africa Question, UNO Resolution", 1946   
28.2.2 UN General Assembly, Communication from the Union of South Africa on the Future Status of South West Africa, 1/08/1947   
28.2.3 South African Government replies on the Future of South West Africa, 8/08/1947   
28.2.4 UN General Assembly, Membership of the Fourth Committee Commission, 19/09/1947   
28.2.5 Communication from the Union of South Africa on the Future of South West Africa, 22/09/1947   
28.2.6 Fourth Committee meeting agenda and document list, 23/09/1947   
28.2.7 Note by the Secretary General of UN on South West Africa, 25/09/1947   
28.2.8 Trustee Committee Reviews Status of South West Africa, 25/09/1947   
28.2.9 Speech of Mr. Harry G. Lawrence of South Africa in Committee 4, 25/09/1947   
28.2.10 Communications received by the Secretary General relating to South West Africa. 29/09/1947   
28.2.11 Trustee Agreement on South West Africa   
28.2.12 Resolution Agreements on non-self Governing Territories, Resolution Proposed by India, 26/09/1947   
28.2.13 UN Fourth Committee Third Meeting, 26/09/1947   
28.2.14 Summary record of the third second meeting, 26/09/1947   
28.2.15 Trusteeship Committee Winds Up General Debate On South West Africa, 27/09/1947   
28.2.16 Speech of Mr. Harry G. Lawrence of South Africa in Committee 4, 27/09/1947   
28.2.17 Speech by Mr. A.G. Bottomley MP From UK, on South West Africa. 1947   
28.2.18 Membership of the fourth committee 1/10/1947   
28.2.19 Resolution on South West Africa proposed by Denmark, 1/10/1947   
28.2.20 Agenda of the 29th meeting 3/10/1947   
28.2.21 UN special report to the New York Times, "Rising Objections Hit South Africa", undated   
28.2.22 UN background paper on international trusteeship system and trusteeship council. 1/06/1949   
28.2.23 Report on the United Nations Debates on South West Africa, 1950   
    
28.3 S.W.A. and the UN: trusteeship; notes on SWA reserves and ethnic groups. n.d.   
28.3.1 Press statement on South West Africa, 22/10/1948   
28.3.2 Administration of South West Africa - Welfare of the Indigenous Population, 18/03/1951   
28.3.3 "South West Africa: It's History, Racial Composition and Constitutional Position" 22/10/1951   
28.3.4 Statement by Rev. Michael Scott on SWA before the 4th Committee 8/12/1951   
28.3.5 J.L. Hamman: 'The attitude of the Germans in S.W.A. towards the Afrikaners'. n.d   
28.3.6 "New wage scales"   
28.3.7 "Land occupied by natives under German treaties"   
    
28.4 SAIRR Correspondence on the subject of South West Africa   
28.4.1 1947-1948   
28.4.2 1949   
28.4.3 1950   
28.4.4 1951   
28.4.5 1952-1954   
28.4.6 1955-1956   
28.4.7 1957   
28.4.8 1961-1964   
28.4.9 1967   
28.4.10 The Union of South Africa and South West Africa, M. Webb, 1950   
28.4.11 Press release "South West Africa - The Achilles Heel of The Republic" 15/06/1961   
28.4.12 South West Africa, J.D. Rheinhallt Jones, undated   
    
    
29 SWAZILAND   
    
29.1 Correspondence re the Protectorate Question and the arrival of two British deputations in connection with the issue in 1938. Correspondents include: Col. Hore-Ruthven, John Harries, F.S. Livie Noble, R.J. and G.A. Thwaites. As well as reports.   
29.1.1 Correspondence January 1938   
29.1.2 Correspondence February 1938   
29.1.3 Correspondence March 1939   
29.1.4 Correspondence April 1939   
29.1.5 Correspondence May 1939   
29.1.6 Correspondence June 1939   
29.1.7 Correspondence July 1939   
29.1.8 Correspondence undated   
29.1.9 "Power to Transfer to Union Government of native Territories"   
29.1.10 "Protectorate Question" Notes on meeting held in Johannesburg, Orlando, 22 May 1938   
29.1.11 "The constitutional developments of the South African Protectorates"   
    
29.2 Correspondence re the Swaziland Progressive Association.   
    
29.3 News from Swaziland' 1963 - 1964 'Swaziland Service News' 1963-1964.   
29.3.1 News from Swaziland' July 1963   
29.3.2 News from Swaziland' August 1963   
29.3.3 News from Swaziland' September 1963   
29.3.4 News from Swaziland' October 1963   
29.3.5 News from Swaziland' November 1963   
29.3.6 News from Swaziland' December 1963 (page 2 cut off at the bottom)   
29.3.7 Swaziland Service News' June/July 1963   
29.3.8 Swaziland Service News' October 1964   
29.3.9 Swaziland Service News' November 1964   
29.3.10 News from Swaziland' 24 November 1964   
29.3.11 News from Swaziland 25 November 1964   
29.3.12 Swaziland Service News' December 1964 (no page 16)   
29.3.13 'News from Swaziland' January 1964 (out of sequence)   
29.3.14 News from Swaziland' February 1964   
29.3.15 News from Swaziland' March 1964   
29.3.16 News from Swaziland' April 1964   
29.3.17 News from Swaziland' May 1964   
29.3.18 News from Swaziland' June 1964   
29.3.19 News from Swaziland' July 1964   
29.3.20 News from Swaziland' August 1964   
29.3.21 News from Swaziland' September 1964   
29.3.22 News from Swaziland' October 1964   
29.3.23 News from Swaziland' November 1964   
29.3.24 News from Swaziland' December 1964   
    
29.4 J.B. McI. Daniel: 'An Outline of Economic and Political Events in Swaziland'. c.1965.   
    
    
30 BASUTOLAND   
    
30.1 Annual Reports of the Department of Agriculture. 1939-1951 incomplete   
30.1.1 1939   
30.1.2 1941   
30.1.3 1942   
30.1.4 1944   
30.1.5 1945   
30.1.6 1946   
30.1.7 1947   
30.1.8 1948   
30.1.9 1950   
30.1.10 1951   
    
30.2 Department of Education annual reports 1941-1953 incomplete   
30.2.1 1941   
30.2.2 1942   
30.2.3 1943 (starts at page 3)   
30.2.4 1946   
30.2.5 1947   
30.2.6 1948   
30.2.7 1949   
30.2.8 1950   
30.2.9 1959   
30.2.10 1952   
30.2.11 1953   
    
30.3 Basutoland Annual Medical and Sanitary Report. 1931-1947 incomplete.   
30.3.1 1931   
30.3.2 1932   
30.3.3 1933   
30.3.4 1935   
30.3.5 1936   
30.3.6 1937   
30.3.7 1939   
30.3.8 1940   
30.3.9 1941   
30.3.10 1942   
30.3.11 1943   
30.3.12 1945   
30.4 Mohlabani v.8 No's 5-7, Jul.1963 (missing)   
    
    
31 BECHUANALAND   
    
31.1 Report on Education in the Bechuanaland Protectorate 1933-1952   
31.1.1 Incomplete Newsletter of Bechuanaland Protectorate Government 1963   
31.1.2 Report on Education in the Bechuanaland Protectorate 1933 (no pages 41, 42)   
31.1.3 Report on Education in the Bechuanaland Protectorate 1934   
31.1.4 Report on Education in the Bechuanaland Protectorate 1935   
31.1.5 Report on Education in the Bechuanaland Protectorate 1936   
31.1.6 Report on Education in the Bechuanaland Protectorate 1936   
31.1.7 Report on Education in the Bechuanaland Protectorate 1938   
31.1.8 Report on Education in the Bechuanaland Protectorate 1939   
31.1.9 Report on Education in the Bechuanaland Protectorate 1945   
31.1.10 Report on Education in the Bechuanaland Protectorate 1946   
31.1.11 Report on Education in the Bechuanaland Protectorate 1947   
31.1.12 Report on Education in the Bechuanaland Protectorate 1948   
31.1.13 Report on Education in the Bechuanaland Protectorate 1949   
31.1.14 Report on Education in the Bechuanaland Protectorate 1950   
31.1.15 Report on Education in the Bechuanaland Protectorate 1951   
31.1.16 Report on Education in the Bechuanaland Protectorate 1952   
    
31.2 Bechuanaland - Annual Medical and Sanitary Report 1950, 1951, 1953   
31.2.1 1950   
31.2.2 1952   
31.2.3 1953   
    
    
32 REFUGEE SUPPORT GROUPS; UNITED NATIONS BODIES   
    
32.1 U.N. Commission for Refugees: Correspondence, includes memoranda on a party of 'Old Believers' - Russian refugees from Hong Kong en route to Brazil. 1962-1968   
32.1.1 March 1962   
32.1.2 May 1962   
32.1.3 June 1962   
32.1.4 July 1962   
32.1.5 September 1962   
32.1.6 October 1962   
32.1.7 November 1962   
32.1.8 January 1963   
32.1.9 February 1963   
32.1.10 March - December 1963   
32.1.11 January 1964   
32.1.12 February-December 1964   
32.1.13 May-December 1966   
32.1.14 January 1968   
    
32.2 South African National Committee for World Refugee Year, and the Refugee Organization of South Africa: Correspondence 1959-1964.   
32.2.1 1959   
32.2.2 1960   
32.2.3 1961   
32.2.4 1962   
32.2.5 1963   
32.2.6 1964   
    
32.3 Miscellaneous UNESCO correspondence addressed to Quintin Whyte MSO-1967.   
32.3.1 1950-1955   
32.3.2 1956-1970   
    
32.4 UN Association of South Africa - Johannesburg Branch: Notices and Reports of Meetings. 1957-1969.   
32.5 Reviews of UNESCO publications. 1956-1960   
32.6 Miscellaneous UN memoranda and press releases   
32.6.1 press, statements petition and news clipping 1959-1967   
32.6.2 "Co-ordinating committee for international voluntary works camps" book, 1959   
32.6.3 "Blueprint for American Community Programs on Africa" Undated   
    
    
33 DEPARTMENT OF INFORMATION   
 Press releases 1961-1963.   
    
33.1 December 1961-March1962   
33.2 April 1962 - September 1962   
33.3 October 1962 - November 1962   
33.4 December 1962 - February 1963   
33.5 March 1963 - May 1963   
    
    
34 NON-RACIAL SPORT   
    
34.1 Sundry correspondence re non-white and non-racial sport 1958-1963.   
34.2 S.A. Sports Association: memoranda. 1961-1963.   
    
    
35 RACE RELATIONS   
    
35.1 Rheinallt Jones' Race Relations lecture notes. 1938.   
35.1.1 "Historical Justice"   
35.1.2 "The future of the African Labourer"   
35.1.3 Notes on mine labour   
35.1.4 Notes on importance of continuous labour supply   
35.1.5 "The African Labourer"   
35.1.6 "The Native Labourer"   
35.1.7 Notes in legal developments in 'Bantustans'   
35.1.8 Notes on Chiefs   
35.1.9 Notes on Transkei   
35.1.10 "Native Law"   
35.1.11 Conference notes 1938   
35.1.12 Reserves notes   
35.1.13 Notes on various African language groups   
35.1.14 Notes on African labour   
35.1.15 "Laws of control"   
35.1.16 Proclamation by governor general of the Union of South Africa for pass laws   
35.1.17 "Pass laws"   
35.1.18 "Native Convictions"   
35.1.19 Misc notes   
    
35.2 Mayor's Committee on Race Relations: Correspondence and memoranda 1947-1956   
 Includes plans for Johannesburg's 70th Anniversary celebration   
35.2.1 1947   
35.2.2 1952   
35.2.3 1953   
35.2.4 1956 and undated   
    
35.3 Inter-racial ecumenical conference 1953: related correspondence and memoranda.   
35.3.1 1951   
35.3.2 1953   
35.3.3 1954   
35.3.4 1956-1967   
35.3.5 Undated   
    
35.4 English-Afrikaans Relations: correspondence. 1954-1956. Report to the Abe Bailey Trust, 1954   
35.4.1 English-Afrikaans Relations: correspondence. 1954-1956.   
35.4.2 Report to the Abe Bailey Trust, 1954   
    
    
36 OTHER   
    
36.1 'The Trial at Louis Trichardt of the brothers Roos' - on a charge of homicide, following the death of a farm worker. 1928   
    
36.2 Zululand': Correspondence between E.M. Mullins, R.J. and various officials about the maltreatment of an employee. 1928-1934. Queries re medical facilities, education and rehabilitation schemes. 1949-1953.   
36.2.1 1933   
36.2.2 September - -October 1949   
36.2.3 November - December 1949   
36.2.4 1950   
36.2.5 February - April 1951   
36.2.6 May - August 1951   
    
36.3 Broadcasting: Central African Broadcasting Station, Lusaka A brief History of Broadcasting in Central Africa. Transcripts of various programmes, including a series of talks on the Bantu tribes. 1949-1950 SAIRR Memo submitted to the Commission of Enquiry into Broadcasting Services and related correspondence and news clips. 1946-1948.   
36.3.1 Programes Monday May 3 - Sunday May 8 1949   
36.3.2 Development of broadcasting in central Africa 12 June 1949   
36.3.3 Broadcast series on Bantu Tribes No. 1, Into by A.M. Kittermaster   
36.3.4 Broadcast series on Bantu Tribes No.2, The Yao, T Thompson   
36.3.5 Broadcast series on Bantu Tribes No.3, The Lengee, E. Dora Earthy   
36.3.6 Broadcast series on Bantu Tribes No.4, The Nyasaland Agony, J. Barnes   
36.3.7 Broadcast series on Bantu Tribes No. 5, Nsenga and Kunda, Rev J.T. Munday   
36.3.8 Broadcast series on Bantu Tribes No 6, Tanganyika Agony, J.F. Gama   
36.3.9 Broadcast series on Bantu Tribes No 7, Cewa, M.G. Marwick   
36.3.10 Broadcast series on Bantu Tribes No 8, The Lovedale tribes, C.M.L White   
36.3.11 Broadcast series on Bantu Tribes No 10, Ganda, G.W.K Ssali   
36.3.12 Broadcast series on Bantu Tribes No 11, Transvaal Ndebele, N.J. van Warmelo   
36.3.13 Broadcast series on Bantu Tribes, No 12 Zezuru, Father G. Fortune S.J   
36.3.14 Programes From March 13 - 19th (1950)   
36.3.15 Programes From March 27 - April 2 (1950)   
36.3.16 Land and native development, J.S. Moffat   
36.3.17 Broadcasting Services and related correspondence and news clips. 1946-1948   
36.3.18 SAIRR Memo submitted to the Commission of Enquiry into   
    
36.4 Sundry news clippings Coloured workers; Rhodesian and Central African Affairs; Penal Reform. 1944.   
    
36.5 African personality development. By S. Biesheuvel. 1959.   
36.5.1 "The inability of change in cultural institutions"   
36.5.2 Tests for the study of African personality development   
36.5.3 The development of personality in Africa culture, summary of paper   
    
36.6 Responsible citizenship. Articles by A.H. Broeksma and Dr R.E. van der Ross, 1959   
36.6.1 Responsible citizenship, with special reference to the Union of South Africa, by A.H. Broeksma and Dr R.E. van der Ross, 1959.   
36.6.2 Responsible citizenship, by A.H. Broeksma and Dr R.E. van der Ross, 1959.   
    
36.7 DRUM political feature articles 1958 - 1961   
 (Not published here due to copyright)   
36.7.1 September 1958   
36.7.2 December 1958   
36.7.3 February 1959   
36.7.4 March 1959   
36.7.5 April 1959   
36.7.6 May 1959   
36.7.7 July 1959   
36.7.8 August 1959   
36.7.9 September 1959   
36.7.10 October 1959   
36.7.11 December 1959   
36.7.12 January 1960   
36.7.13 April 1960   
36.7.14 June 1960   
36.7.15 August 1960   
36.7.16 October 1960   
36.7.17 November 1960   
36.7.18 February 1961   
36.7.19 March 1961   
36.7.20 May 1961   
36.7.21 June 1961   
36.7.22 September 1961   
36.7.23 October 1961