Copy of deed of sale of Erf No. 673 in Kock Street, Potchefstroom and power of attorney given to her husband by W.C. Jackson, 1928; manuscript entitled 'The passing of the Bushmen', 'The "Likkewaan" or Leguan', 'Queer adventures with Likkewaans'; chapter draft of manuscript entitled 'Crumbs from the Master's table'.
Contains news of recent engagements, 'chat of the camp' and illustrations by Dr. F. Neel of skirmishes, Boer soldiers, artillerymen and of personalities such as General P. Joubert, President Kruger, Dr. Mader and Commandant H. Pretorius.
Provides a brief autobiography: employment as a clerk in the mining industry; organisation of the Transvaal Mine Clerks Association; membership of Johannesburg Joint Council; work in the ICU. Explains why he wishes to give evidence on the dangers of retarding the progress of natives by preventing them expressing their grievances through their elected representatives. Incomplete.
Discussions on Luthuli's rise to prominence in African politics; his growing alienation from the policies of Congress; expresses the opinion that rioting would solve many problems in South Africa: several Whites would be killed and when called on to justify their deaths, Congress leaders could explain what provoked such action; rejects the non-violent defiance campaign for 'the only big voice that reaches the whole world is in the blood and tears of the oppressed'; Moroka's court case and in a postscript added in January 1965, discusses its consequences; Luthuli's presidency of Congress. Feels Luthuli is gambling with the Zulu nation and is a politician in the Indian pocket.
Discusses his election to the presidency of the Natal Native Congress on 2 April 1945 and his subsequent visit to Xuma in Sophiatown in an attempt to resolve the leader ship dispute between Champion and Mtimkulu. Xuma' s response.