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Papers of Fanny Klenerman

  • ZA HPRA A2031
  • Fundos
  • 1916 - 1983

Notes, audio-cassettes, publications, correspondence and memoranda regarding her life, Vanguard Bookshop and the Committee for the Relief of Anti-Nazi Internees.

Also items on the Communist Party of S.A., Max Gordon (trade unionist), Left Book Club, Anti-Fascist League and Johannesburg Film Society.

Klenerman, Fanny

Sylvia Neame Papers

  • ZA HPRA A2729
  • Fundos
  • 1935 - 1990

The collection contains the Papers of Sylvia Brererton Neame (also known as Sylvia Neame-Jahn after her marriage in the 1980s to Gerhard Jahn), who was a political activist and member of the South African Communist Party.

Neame, Sylvia

Albert Lutuli letter

  • ZA HPRA A3408
  • Fundos
  • 15 June 1953

The letter, written by Albert Lutuli, is addressed to Prof ZK Matthews, dated 15 June 1953

Albert Lutuli makes reference to a letter he received from ZK Matthews on 11 June 1953, and assures him that the letter has not been tempered with. He goes on explaining that he learned from the 'White Press' that Matthews had arrived from the U.S.A. He agrees with Matthews that the bans (Lutuli was a banned person at the time) 'have much nuisance value'. Lutuli then attends to suggestions made by Matthews for the commemoration of 'June 26' 1953, saying that he will be issuing a PRESIDENTIAL MESSAGE AND CALL (written in capital letters) for the whole Union. He also promised that the Working Committee has approved the statement, and that it will be distributed to branches, as well as published in the newspapers 'Bantu World', 'Ilanga' and 'Imvo'. He finally passes greetings to all friends at Fort Hare and signs "Yours in the National Service Albert Lutuli President-General, A.N.C".

The 26 June was traditionally observed by the African National Congress and other organisations, because it was on the 26 June 1950 that the Suppression of Communism Act was passed by the South African government, sparking national protest actions. Following this letter, Albert Lutuli issued his public statement for the commemoration of the 26 June 1953. Furthermore, ZK Matthews proposed a national convention in 1953, calling for a Freedom Charter for a democratic South Africa.

Albert Lutuli

Miss W.B. Kirkpatrick, Transcript

  • ZA HPRA A240
  • Fundos
  • 22 April 1878

Account of how Eastertide was spent in "British Kaffraria".

Maclear Family Papers

  • ZA HPRA A253
  • Fundos
  • 1843-1890

Order in Dutch to the veld-cornets in the Clan William district, 9 Feb. 1843, signed by the Civil Commissioner, to give Sir Thomas Maclear (H.M. Astronomer) all assistance; Ms account of the early life of Sir Thomas and photograph; letter-book containing copies of letters 1878-1879 from Capt. Harry Maclear, Natal, to his brothers and sisters. At the other end of book is an extract from a sermon and copy of lines written by J.F.W. Herschel on his father's old sidereal clock. Also Ms meteorological notes at Kamies Berg, Swart Kop, Cape Point, 1843-1844.

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