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Collection Index:SOUTH AFRICAN CONGRESS OF DEMOCRATS 1956-1962
Collection Name:SOUTH AFRICAN CONGRESS OF DEMOCRATS Records. 1956-1962
AD 2187   SOUTH AFRICAN CONGRESS OF DEMOCRATS  
     
   Copyright 2007, The Library, University of the Witwatersrand, Johannesburg, South Africa  
     
A.   CONSTITUTION  
B.   FINANCES  
C.   CONGRESSES  
   1958  
   1960  
   1961  
D.   NATIONAL COUNCIL MEETINGS  
   i. 1959  
E.   N.E.C.:  
   i. Meetings  
   ii. Memoranda and Circulars  
F.   NATIONAL SECRETARY AND ADMINISTRATIVE MATTERS  
G.   PUBLICATIONS  
   i. Counter attack  
   ii. Pamphlets  
H.   PRESS STATEMENTS AND LETTERS  
I.   MEMORANDA  
J.   BRANCH REPORTS, CORRESPONDENCE AND PAMPHLETS  
K.   GENERAL AND MISCELLANEOUS  
     
     
   SOUTH AFRICAN CONGRESS OF DEMOCRATS  
   INDEX  
A.   CONSTITUTION AND HISTORY  
 (1)   Constitution   
     
B.   FINANCE  
 (1)  Sekhukhune Tribal Committee: payments from 10 July 1956 - 3 October 1959  
 (2)  Sekhukhune account  
 (3)  Minutes of the Finance Meeting 18 January 1960 and 8 February 1960  
 (4)  Revenue and expenditure account for the year, ending 28 February 1960. Ts., 4p.  
 (5)  Revenue and expenditure account for the year, ending 28 February 1961. Ts., 1p.  
 (6)  Income and Expenditure account for October, November and December 1960.  
 (7)  Income and Expenditure accounts for January, February, March, April, May, June and July 1961.  
     
C.   CONGRESSES  
 (i)  National Conference, Johannesburg, 5th and 6th July 1958  
  (i) Messages to the National Conference, Ts., 2p.  
  (ii) Minutes of the Fifth Annual Conference: includes messages of support, text of Father Jarrett-Kerr's speech, statement of income and expenditure, resolutions, Chairman's report, branch reports. N.E.C. report, memoranda on organisation and style of work.  
 (ii)  Conference, 1960  
  (i) Letter from Ben Turok, National Secretary, asking for messages to the National Conference in April, 1960. Johannesburg, 22 March 1960, Ts., 1p.  
  (ii) Report of the National Executive Committee for the National Conference from the period June, 1959 - March, 1960. ( ), (March, 1960).  
 (iii)  Conference, 1961  
  (i) (Agenda) (This may the agenda for the 1960 Conference).  
  (ii) Draft for the N.E.C. report, probably prepared by Ben Turok. Ts., 2p.  
  (iii) Report of Chairman's opening address, N.E.C. report, and discussion. Ts., 5p.  
  (iv) Statement for C.O.D. Conference. Ts., 7p.  
  (v) Resolutions debated at Conference. Holograph and Ts., 11p.  
  (vi) Resolutions and recommendations to regional committees and the National Executive Committee, Ts., 2p.  
  (vii) Letters to individuals and organisations arising from resolutions passed, from Ben Turok, National Secretary. Ts., 5p.  
  (viii) Recommendations and resolutions from N.E.C. Ts., 2p.  
     
D.   NATIONAL COUNCIL MEETINGS  
 1.  30th - 31st May 1959  
  (i) Minutes of the third National Council Meeting of the South African Congress of Democrats, 30th - 31st May, 1959. Ts. 9p.  
  (ii) N.E.C. report. Ts., 8p.  
  (iii) Financial report for the year ended 31st March 1959. Ts., 5p.  
  (iv) Document entitled, "Some suggestions". Ts., 3p.  
  (v) Cape Town branch report. Ts., 3p.  
  (vi) Transvaal region report. Ts., 4p.  
  (vii) Youth branch report. Ts., 2p.  
     
E.   NATIONAL EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE  
 1.  Meetings:  
  (i) Summary of N.E.C. minutes 23 April 1956, Ts., 1p.  
  (ii) Summary of N.E.C. minutes 7 May 1956, Ts., 1p.  
  (iii) Minutes: N.E.C. meeting 6 August 1956, Ts., 2p.  
  (iv) Minutes: N.E.C. meeting 20 August 1956 Ts., 2p.  
  (v) Minutes: N.E.C. meeting 1 October 1956 Ts., 3p.  
  (vi) Minutes: N.E.C. meeting 15 October 1956 Ts., 2p.  
  (vii) Minutes: N.E.C. meeting 29 October 1956 Ts., 2p.  
  (viii) Minutes: N.E.C. meeting July 1958 Ts., 1p.  
  (ix) Minutes: N.E.C. meeting August 1968 Ts., 2p.  
  (x) Minutes: N.E.C. meeting September 1958 Ts., 2p.  
  (xi) Minutes: N.E.C. meeting October, 1958 Ts., 1p.  
  (xii) Minutes: N.E.C. meeting 12 November 1958 Ts., 1p.  
  (xiii) Minutes: N.E.C. meeting 16 December 1958 Ts., 3p.  
  (xiv) Minutes: N.E.C. meeting 20 January 1959 Ts., 1p.  
  (xv) Minutes: N.E.C. meeting 3 February 1959 Ts., 2p.  
  (xvi) Minutes: N.E.C. meeting 9 February 1959 Ts., 2p.  
  (xvii) Minutes: N.E.C. meeting 2 March 1959 Ts., 2p.  
  (xviii) Minutes: N.E.C. meeting 16 March 1959 Ts., 2p.  
  (xvix) Minutes: N.E.C. meeting 6 April 1959 Ts., 2p.  
  (xx) Minutes: N.E.C. meeting 20 April 1959 Ts., 1p.  
  (xxi) Minutes: N.E.C. meeting 27 April 1959 Ts., 1p.  
  (xxii) Minutes: N.E.C. meeting 5 May 1959 Ts., 2p.  
  (xxiii) Minutes: N.E.C. meeting 11 May 1959 Ts., 2p.  
  (xxiv) Minutes: N.E.C. meeting 18 May 1959 Ts., 2p.  
  (xxv) Minutes: N.E.C. meeting 16 June 1959 Ts., 2p.  
  (xxvi) Minutes: N.E.C. meeting 30 June 1959 Ts., 2p.  
  (xxvii) Minutes: N.E.C. meeting 7 July 1959 Ts., 2p.  
  (xxviii) Minutes: N.E.C. meeting 4 August 1959 Ts., 2p.  
  (xxix) Minutes: N.E.C. meeting 18 August 1959 Ts., 2p.  
  (xxx) Minutes: N.E.C. meeting 1 September 1959 Ts., 2p.  
  (xxxi) Minutes: N.E.C. meeting 15 September 1959 Ts., 2p.  
  (xxxii) Minutes: N.E.C. meeting 29 September 1959 Ts., 1p.  
  (xxxiii) Minutes: N.E.C. meeting 13 October 1959 Ts., 2p.  
  (xxxiv) Minutes: N.E.C. meeting 11 December 1959 Ts., 2p.  
  (xxxv) Minutes: N.E.C. meeting 2 February 1960 Ts., 2p.  
  (xxxvi) Minutes of a meeting of the enlarged National Executive Committee, December, 1960 Ts., 4p.  
  (xxxvii) Minutes of N.E.C. meeting 14 January 1961 Ts., 1p.  
  (xxxviii) Minutes of the National Executive Committee Meeting 2 February 1961, Ts., 1p.  
  (xxxix) Minutes of the National Executive Committee Meeting 26 March 1961, Ts., 1p.  
  (xxxx) Minutes of the National Executive Committee Meeting 19 April 1961, Ts., 1p.  
  (xxxxi) Minutes of the National Executive Committee Meeting 20 July 1961 Ts., 1p.  
  (xxxxii) Minutes of the National Executive Committee Meeting 21 July 1961 Ts., 1p.  
  (xxxxiii) Minutes of the National Executive Committee Meeting 14 August 1961 Ts., 1p.  
  (xxxxiv) Minutes of the National Executive Committee Meeting 15 August 1961 Ts., 2p.  
  (xxxxv) Minutes of the National Executive Committee Meeting 12 October 1961 Ts., 2p.  
 (ii)  MEMORANDA AND CIRCULARS  
  (i) Circular from Y. Barenblatt, for secretariat N.E.C. on Hungary and Egypt. Johannesburg. 20 November 1956, ats., ???  
  (ii) Internal discussion notes 1, Sabra talks? August, 1958. Ts., 4p.  
  (iii) Discussion statement (May, 1960) Ts., 3p.  
  (iv) Draft statement for the acting national committee of the S.A.C.O.D. (May, 1960), Ts., 3p.  
  (v) Memorandum on strategy for elections, from Ben Turok, Johannesburg, 9 September 1961, Ts., 2p.  
  (vi) Memorandum: proposed C.O.D. propaganda drive. (Johannesburg), (not dated), Ts., 6p.  
  (vii) Memorandum on the proposed tour by Ghana Football Association invitation by the S.A. Soccer Federation Ts., 6p.  
     
F.   NATIONAL SECRETARY AND "ADMINISTRATIVE" MATTERS  
 (i)  Circular to all regions on election agreement between Liberal Party, members of the Labour Party and other progressives. Johannesburg, (not dated) ats., 1p.  
 (ii)  Letter from I. Scherm-tucker re receipt of furniture. Johannesburg, 9 September 1958 ats., 1p.  
 (iii)  Letter from G. Schmidt, Secretary of the S.R.C., University of Natal, Pietermaritzburg to the National Secretary, S.A.C.O.D. Pietermaritzburg, 1 August 1959 ats., 1p.  
 (iv)  Letter from Ben Turok re use of ronoeing machine. Johannesburg, 27 June 1959 ats., 1 p.  
 (v)  Letter from E. Brown to the Secretary. Johannesburg, 2 July 1959, ats., 1p. (Missing)  
 (vi)  Statement on proposed (fund-raising) targets. Not dated, ts.  
 (vii)  Letter from the National Secretary to the Editor, New Age. Not dated, Ts., 1p.  
 (viii)  Letter from the Bishop of Johannesburg to the National Secretary. Johannesburg, 9 September 1959, ats.  
 (ix)  Letter from the National Secretary to the Director, Research Bureau, The Star. Johannesburg, 23 October 1961, Ts., 1p.  
 (x)  Letter from the National Secretary to the Chairman, Progressive Party (Witwatersrand Division) re campaigning policy. Johannesburg, 18 September 1961. Ts., 2p.  
 (xi)  Letter from the National Secretary to Tennyson Makiwane. Johannesburg, 2 February 1961. Ts., 1p. and enclosures.  
 (xii)  Letter from the National Secretary to Helen Suzman (Johannesburg), 7 February 1961, Ts.  
 (xiii)  Circular from B. Turok, National Secretary, to all regions re Urban Bantu Councils Act. (Johannesburg), 24 July 1961, Ts., 1p.  
 (xiv)  Letter from Ben Turok enclosing letter. 7 September 1961. Ts., 1p.  
 (xv)  Letters to all African People's Conference ??? And Afro-Asian People's Solidarity Conference 1p). 4 February 1960 from B. Turok, Secretary.  
     
G.   PUBLICATIONS  
 (i)  Counter-attack  
  (i) Supplement in defence of the Congress Alliance. (Not dated) Ts., 6p.  
  (ii) Supplement: Notes on a discussion on the opposition parties in South Africa. August, 1959. Ts., 4p.  
  (iii) After conference. Ts., 6p.  
  (iv) Counter-attack, Johannesburg (1960 - 1962). Ts., 9p.  
 (ii)  Pamphlets  
  (i a) Educating for ignorance: S.A.C.O.D. view of the Bantu Education Act.  
  (i) Is South Africa race obsessed. Johannesburg, 25 November (?).  
  (ii) The Murderers of African patriots must be brought to justice. Cape Town, 19 February 1961. Ts., In English and Xhosa.  
  (iii) Johannesburg City Council surrenders to the Nationalists. (Not dated). Ts., 1p.  
  (iv) Mother of 11 children banished. Johannesburg, ( ), Ts., 1p.  
  (v) Respect the day of mourning. Johannesburg, (March, 1960). Ts., 1p.  
  (vi) South African Congress of Democrats: the facts. Johannesburg, (not dated), Ts., 4p.  
  (vii) Sticker on 1961 referendum. Johannesburg, (1961), Ts., 1p.  
  (viii) Remember Sharpeville, Cape Town. (1960), Ts., 1p.  
  (ix) Pamphlet, "To the Jews of South Africa", Johannesburg, Students Branch, (not dated) Ts., 2p.  
  (x) Vote against a minority republic. Johannesburg, (1961) Ts., 2p. In English and Afrikaans. 2 versions.  
  (xi) Time to think. Johannesburg (1960), not dated Ts., 4p.  
  (xii) Republic: demonstrate your opposition to a Verwoerd Republic. Johannesburg, 28 September 1961. Ts., 1p.  
  (xiii) The Saracen Republic. Johannesburg, (1961), Ts., 2p.  
  (xiv) Changing Africa: statement adopted at the 7th Annual Conference of Democrats, April, 1961. Johannesburg, 1961, Ts., 4p.  
  (xv) South African government prepares to war. Johannesburg, (1961), Ts., 4p.  
  (xvi) Think it over. Johannesburg, (not dated), Ts., 1p.  
  (xvii) The price of apartheid. Johannesburg, (1962), Ts., 1p.  
  (xviii) Bantustan bluff. Johannesburg, (not dated), Ts., 1p.  
  (xvix) South African government prepares for war. Johannesburg, (not dated), Ts., 4p.  
  (xx) How would you feel if Johannesburg, (August, 1958). Ts., 2p.  
  (xxi) Students and Politics - a challenge. Johannesburg, (August, 1958), Ts., 1p.  
  (xxii) Poster advertising meeting on City Hall stops for Human Rights Day. Johannesburg.  
  (xxiii) The struggle to live. Johannesburg, (June 1958). Ts., 4p.  
  (xxiv) Tram and bus fares are going up again. Johannesburg, (May, 1958) Ts., 1p.  
  (xxv) Why has the ANC been banned? Johannesburg (1959), Ts., 4p.  
  (xxvi) Are you still eating potatoes. Johannesburg (1959), Ts., 4p.  
  (xxvii) Support the cause of freedom and democracy. Johannesburg, (26 June 1959), Ts., 1p.  
  (xxviii) Why are you in this queue? Johannesburg, (May, June, 1959), Ts., 1p.  
  (xxix) The Congress of Democrats. The facts, Johannesburg, (4 November 1958), Ts., 4p.  
  (xxx) Poster advertising public meeting. Speeches: Chief Albert Luthuli and Father M. Jarrett Kerr. Johannesburg, 4 November ( ), Ts., 1p.  
  (xxxi) Housewives: you don't have to register your domestic servant. Johannesburg (October, 1958), Ts., 1p.  
  (xxxii) Drop the Treason Trial: Cape Town, October, 1958. Ts., 1p.  
  (xxxiii) Poster advertising public meeting re passes for African women. Johannesburg, 12 November 1958, Ts., 1p.  
  (xxxiv) 2 000 African women have been arrested Johannesburg, November, 1958, Ts., 1p.  
  (xxxv) Anti-communism paves the way for fascism. Cape Town (S.A.C.O.D.) (not dated), Ts., 1p.  
  (xxxvi) Mass meeting re national convention. Johannesburg, 15 September 1961, Ts. 1p.  
  (xxxvii) The threatened people, the case for a South African democracy. Johannesburg, (not dated), Ts., 32p.  
  (xxxviii) Hitlerism is not dead. Johannesburg, April, 1961 Ts., 1p.  
  (xxxix) Why has the A.N.C. been banned. Johannesburg, S.A.C.O.D. and the Liberal Party, 1960. Ts., 1p. (Missing).  
  (xxxx) The emigrant African .. The class by Nimrod Mkele.  
     
H.   PRESS STATEMENTS AND LETTERS  
 1.  Letter to the Editor, The Star, re relationship between the A.N.C. and the S.A.C.O.D., Johannesburg, 9 June 1958. Ts., 2p.  
 2.  Letter to the Editor, the Rand Daily Mail, from the National Secretary, re establishment of a Special Treason Court, (Johannesburg), 15 July 1958. Ts., 1p.  
 3.  Press statement to the Star, signed by Ben Turok, the National Secretary, re attack on Chief Luthuli, Johannesburg, 24 August 1958, ats., 1p.  
 4.  Letter to the Editor, The Star, from Ben Turok, National Secretary, re apartheid police (Johannesburg), 9 September 1958. Ts.,  
 5.  Open letter to the Johannesburg City Council, from Ben Turok, National Secretary, re introduction of apartheid at the zoo, Johannesburg, 30 September 1958, ats., 1p.  
 6.  Letter to the Editor, the Rand Daily Mail, from the National President, re franchise in Parliament, (Johannesburg), 15 October 1958, Ts., 2p.  
 7.  Letter to the Editor of the Opinion from the National Secretary, re allegation about the S.A.C.O.D. and the United Anti-Apartheid Front, Johannesburg, 22 October 1958. Ts., 2p.  
 8.  Letter to the Editor, Opinion, from Ben Turok, National Secretary, re collaboration of the S.A.C.O.D. with other organisations. (Johannesburg), 20 November 1958, ats., 2p.  
 9.   Open letter to the Johannesburg City Council, from Ben Turok, National Secretary, re agreement between Johannesburg City Council and the Government on matters relating to African Affairs. Johannesburg, 21 November 1958. ats., 1p.  
 10.  Letter from Ben Turok, M.P.C. to the Editor, (Cape Times) re establishment of local Coloured Boards, Johannesburg, 13 December 1958, Ts., 2p.  
 11.  Letter to the Chairman, General Purposes Committee, from Ben Turok, National secretary, re banning of mixed gatherings, Johannesburg, 8 January 1959. Ts., 2p.  
 12.  Letter to the Minister of Justice, from the President protesting against the banning of Mr. Gosschalk, (Johannesburg), 22 May 1959. Ts., 1p.  
 13.  Letter to the Rand Daily Mail from the National Secretary, re allegations about the relationship between the S.A.C.O.D. and the A.N.C. Johannesburg, 9 June 1959. Ts., 2p.  
 14.  Press statement by Ben Turok, the National Secretary, re the refusal of permission to certain treason trialists to travel to Bloemfontein, Johannesburg, 11 June 1959, Ts., 1p.  
 15.  Letter to Chief A.J. Luthuli, from Ben Turok, National Secretary, expressing solidarity on his confinement to the Tugela area, Johannesburg, 12 June 1959. Ts., 1p.  
 16.  Letter to the Editor, the Rand Daily Mail, from Ben Turok, re the Ruiterwag, (Johannesburg) 4 July 1959. Ts., 2p.  
 17.  Press statement by the National Secretary, re international boycott, (Johannesburg), 21 July 1959, Ts., 1p.  
 18.  Letter to the Editor, from Ben Turok, National Secretary, re centralisation of education, (Johannesburg, 12 August 1959), Ts., 1p.  
 19.  Letter to the Editor, The Rand Daily Mail, from N. Goldberg, Chairman, Transvaal Region, re Sophiatown, (Johannesburg), 21 September 1959, Ts., 2p.  
 20.  Letter to the Editor, Der Stern, West Germany from Ben Turok, National Secretary. (Johannesburg), 30 September 1959, Ts., no enclosures.  
 21.  Letter to the Editor, The Star, from the National Secretary, re Digest of South African Affairs (Johannesburg), 30 September 1959, Ts., 2p.  
 22.  Letter of fraternal greetings to the Secretary General of the A.N.C. Johannesburg, 23 November 1959, ats., 1p.  
 23.  Letter to the Chief A.J. Luthuli, from Ben Turok, National Secretary, re role of European in the Congress Alliance, (Johannesburg), 2 December 1959. Ts., 1p.  
 24.  Press statement by the National Secretary, on Human Right's Day, (Johannesburg), 4 December 1959, Ts., 1p.  
 25.  Letter to the Secretary, Transvaal Division, Liberal Party, from the National Secretary, re Human Rights Day, (Johannesburg), 14 December 1959. Ts., 1p.  
 26.  Message of fraternal greetings to S.A.C.P.O. from Ben Turok, the National Secretary on the occasion of their third conference, (Johannesburg), 18 December 1959. Ts., 1p.  
 27.  Letter to the Editor, The Star, from the National Secretary, re the role of the United Party (Johannesburg), 1 February 1960, Ts., 3p.  
 28.  Letter to the Editor. The Rand Daily Mail from Philippa Levy, Regional (Secretary, re Harold Macmillan's visit, (Johannesburg) 2 February 1960. Ts., 1p.  
 29.  Letter from Ben Turok, National Secretary, re Mr. MacMillan's statement to members of Parliament. Johannesburg 5 February 1960 ats., 1p.  
 30.  Press statement to various newspapers, by P. Beyleveld, National President, re Sharpeville clashes, 23 March 1960, Ts., 2p.  
 31.  Letter to the Editor, The Rand Daily Mail, from the Secretary, re the State of Emergency, Johannesburg 10 July 1960, Ts., 5p enclosure.  
 32.  Letter to Mr. Dag Hammarskjold, Secretary-General, U.N.O. from the Secretary, Johannesburg, 28 July 1960, Ts., 3p.  
 33.  Press statement signed by representatives of the constituent organisations of the Congress Alliance ( ) 6 September 1960, Ts., 1p.  
 34.  Letter to the Editor the Rand Daily Mail from Ben Turok, National Secretary, re establishment of the Republic, Johannesburg 11 October 1960, Ts., 2p.  
 35.  Letter to the Editor, The Star, from P. Beyleveld National President, re use of nerve gas in quelling riots. Johannesburg, 18 November 1960. Ts., 1p.  
 36.  Letter from the President to the Secretary-General, U.N.O., (Johannesburg), 13 December 1960, Ts., 2p.  
 37.  Letter from the National President and the National Secretary to the Honourable Prime Minister, re White domination in South Africa, Johannesburg, 3 May 1961, Ts., 4p.  
 38.  Press statement by the National Secretary, re demonstration of opposition to the Verwoerd Republic, Johannesburg, 2 July 1961. Ts., 1p.  
 39.  Draft letter for the press protesting against renewal of "ban" on the A.N.C. and the P.A.C. (1966), Ts., 1p.  
 40.  Letter from the National Secretary to the Progressive Party, Johannesburg, 1 August 1961, Ts., 1p. And enclosures.  
 41.  Letter to the Editor, The Star, from Ben Turok, re training of white women in the use of firearms, Johannesburg, 14 September 1961. Ts., 2p.  
 42.  Letter to the Editor, The Rand Daily Mail, from Ben Turok, re training of white women in the use of firearms, Johannesburg 17 September 1969. Ts., 2p.  
 43.  Letter to the Editor, Sunday Times, from Rev. T.W.W. Bush, re his deportation. 6 October 1961. Ts., 4p.  
 44.  Draft telegram to Minister of Interior re granting of passport to Chief Luthuli (Johannesburg), 24 October 1961 holograph.  
 45.  Copy of draft telegram to Chief Luthuli, (Johannesburg) 24 October 1961 holograph, 1p.  
 46.  Press statement on Chief Luthuli, Johannesburg, 24 October 1961. Ts., 1p.  
 47.  Letter from the National Secretary to his Excellency, the Ambassador for Israel (Johannesburg), 26 October 1961. Ts., 1p.  
 48.  Press statement on the latest banning order of Chief A. Luthuli, by the President, (Johannesburg), (not dated), Ts., 1p.  
 49.  The banning of service for Africans in the Methodist Church at Forest Town, (Johannesburg), (not dated), Ts., 2p.  
 50.  Undated letter from P. Beyleveld, the President re Mr. MacMillan's speech, (Johannesburg) (February 1960) Ts., 1p.  
 51.  Ronoed letter 18 April 1962 re granting of frad of City of Johannesburg to C.R. Swart.  
 52.  Letter in London Times re P.F.P. from B. Turok, 31 July 1961.  
 53.  The C.O.D. in the present situation: a statement to the National Committee, not dated. Ts., 4p.  
     
  MEMORANDA  
 1.  Memorandum submitted to the United Nations Organisation commission on Racial Discrimination in South Africa by the Congress of Democrats and the Springbok Legion of Ex-Servicemen and Women, Johannesburg, 11 August 1953, Ts., 78p.  
 2.  Memorandum on the breakaway from the United Party and the formation of the Progressive Party, signed by P. Beyleveld, National President (1958) Ts., 4p.  
 3.  Memorandum to the Pan African Conference, Accra, 5th - 12th December 1958, signed by P. Beyleveld, National Secretary, Johannesburg, 1958. ats., 5p.  
 4.  Fact paper on the "Separate University Education Bill". Johannesburg, October 1958. Ts., 6p.  
 5.  Memorandum on families left homeless in Sophiatown, submitted to the Johannesburg City Council, Johannesburg, 28 September 1959. Ts., 2p.  
 6.  Memorandum on proposed defence fund. November 1959. Ts., 5p.  
 7.  Memorandum to Mr. Dag Hammarskjold, Secretary-General U.N.O. from P. Benjamin on behalf of the Executive Committee. Johannesburg, 23 July 1960, Ts., 4p.  
 8.  A brief factual report on happenings in the Transkei since the promulgation of the Emergency Regulations on 30th November and 14th December 1960. Ts., 5p.  
 9.   Memorandum to be submitted to the Secretary-General of the United Nations organisation on his arrival in the Union of South Africa in January 1961. Ts., 9p.  
 10.  Memorandum submitted to the Management Committee of the Johannesburg City Council by the Regional Chairman and Regional Secretary, Johannesburg, 12 July 1961. Ts., 2p.  
 11.  Memorandum on influx control, Johannesburg. Ts., 10p.  
     
  BRANCH REPORTS, CORRESPONDENCE, PAMPHLETS  
 (i)  Natal  
  (i) Messages to the National branch to the Annual Conference of the African National Congress Women's League (Natal).  
  (ii) New Year message, Durban. 1960/61. Ts., 2p.  
  (iii) Pamphlet: To the people of Natal re Republic referendum, Durban, (1961). Ts., 1p.  
  (iv) National crisis in Pondoland. Durban, 1961. Ts., 4p.  
  (v) You and the Verwoerd Republic. Durban, 1961. Ts., 4p.  
 (ii)  Johannesburg  
  (i) Letters   
  (i) a Circular to Johannesburg region branch secretaries, from the National Secretary, Ben Turok, Johannesburg, 21 August 1959. Ts., 1p.  
  (i) b Letter from P. Benjamin, Secretary to the Minister of Justice re release of detainees. Johannesburg (June / July 1960). Ts., 1p.  
  (i) c Letter from P. Benjamin, Secretary to the Medical Association of South Africa re detention of African men during Emergency, Johannesburg, 12 august 1960. Ts., 1p.  
  (i) d Letter (as above) to the Secretary, Law Secretary of the Transvaal.  
  (i) e Letter from the Secretary to the Town Clerk, Johannesburg re permission to hold lunch-time meeting. Johannesburg, 23 August 1960. Ts., 1p.  
  (i) f Letter from the Town Clerk in reply to the above. Johannesburg, 25 August 1960. ats., 1p.  
  (ii)  Reports  
  (ii) a Ronoed monthly reports on activities of Johannesburg region from September 1958 to April 1959.  
  (iii) Pamphlets  
  (iii) a Nine pamphlets advertising various house meetings and public meetings.  
 (iii)  Cape Town  
  (i) (a) Correspondence between Yetta Barenblatt, National Secretary and Bernard Gosschalk on the following dates:-  
   19 April 1956, 7 May 1956, 11 May 1956, 16 May 1956, 1 June 1956, 2 June 1956, 6 June 1956, 21 June 1956, 2 July 1956, 6 July 1956, 22 July 1956, 23 July 1956, 31 July 1956, 3 August 1956, August 1956, 17 August 1956, 24 August 1956, 17 September 1956, 18 September 1956, 26 September 1956, 26 September 1956, 1 October 1956, 8 October 1956, 26 October 1956, 5 November 1956, 20 November 1956, 23 November 1956, 3 December 1956, 7 December 1956.  
  (i) (b) Correspondence from Jean Andersen, Propaganda Committee to Bernard Gosschalk, on the following dates: 23 May 1956, 14 June 1956, 8 July 1956, 4 August 1956, 21 August 1956.  
  (i) (c) Pamphlet advertising house meeting. Cape Town, 12 August 1959, Ts., 1p.  
  (ii) Reports  
  (ii) a Ronoed, monthly reports from August 1958 - August 1959.  
  (iii) Pamphlets  
   Two pamphlets advertising branch meetings.  
     
K.   GENERAL AND MISCELLANEOUS  
 1.  Petition to the Honourable, the Speaker, and Members of the House of Assembly of the Union of South Africa, against increased taxation for Africans. Liberal Party and Congress Movement, Johannesburg, September 1958. Ts., 1p.  
 2.  Draft letter / statement / memorandum re role of opposition in South Africa. Ts., 3p.  
 3.  Letter from Rev. B. Isaacson and Rev. A.W. Blaxall re review of Unlawful Organisations Act. 24 February 1961. Ts., 1p.  
 4.  Page of document - not dated., Ts.,  
 5.  Document entitled, "Notes for canvassers", Ts., 1p.  
 6.  Speaker's notes on the United Party's policy. Ts., 3p.  
 7.  Speaker's notes on S.A.C.O.D. Ts., 3p.  
 8.  Press cutting on the S.A.C.O.D. pamphlet, "Housewives, you do not have to register your domestic servant".  
 9.  Document entitled, "Proposed rules for branch bookclub". Ts., 1p.  
 10.  Press articles by Ben Turok, 3 items, 1958.  
 11.  Robbery in the name of the law! Not dated, 4p.  
 12.  The tragic story of South African U.S. News and World Report, January 1959, 8p.  
 13.  Episcopal churchmen for South Africa, February 1959. 4p.  
 14.  Alliance for Radical Change: pamphlets and press statement 1974.