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Includes copies of correspondence mainly relating to his offices and appointments. Names of correspondents include Earl of Carnarvon, D. Erskine, Earl of Granville, R. Keate and John Scott.


Boxes 1-6: The documents from 1748-1933 have been listed in detail, and are numbered 1-374.

(Many documents dated after 1933 are filed with the letters in chronological order).

Box 7: Material relating to the Schreiner family documents and correspondence between Olive Schreiner and her publishers.

Boxes 8-9: Miscellaneous documents and notes including: Report of Industrial Legislation Commission: script for rallies, notes on Toon van der Heever, G Findlay's notes on legal matters, 1960: historical notes on the family, Pretoria and South Africa: typescript of chapter one off "The Findlay Letters".

Photographs and Sketches

Photographs and sketches recording family history.

The collection includes portraits of generations of the Findlay family, who were related by marriage to the Schreiner, Niemeyer, Marais and other families. These include portraits of Olive Schreiner and other members of the Schreiner and Niemeyer families and their friends, and views of Fraserburg, Boshoff and family homes. There are photographs of family events and holidays.

There is an old hand-written inventory of the photographs C1-159, which corresponds fairly well to these photos in the collection, but extra items have been added and noted. The old inventory is stored in this file.

Maude Barlow (née Smit)

A professional singer in her youth in London (she studied under Sir Henry Wood), she returned to South Africa after the outbreak of World War I, where she opened a singing studio in Bloemfontein. Later in 1939, then living in Port Elizabeth, she started studying art, painted and modelled in clay and carved in gypsum, and exhibited widely.


A number of these photographs originate from the scrapbooks, see section C, and were either removed of got detached from the scrapbook.

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