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South Africa, 1926-1939

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MS. 6371/29

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  1. Correspondence, articles, notes and press cuttings on subjects relating to South Africa, including segregation, Masters and Servants Bill, Colour Bar and other laws and policies affecting non-white South Africans, employment of non-white South Africans, and agriculture. Includes notes for report The Native as Producer and Consumer. Correspondents include J.W. Jagger, John Harris, R. Brightman, F.W. Galton and Lionel Curtis. 1926-1929
  2. Correspondence, articles, notes and press cuttings on subjects relating to South Africa, including employment of black South Africans, agriculture, pass laws, "Native Bills" passed by the government of J.M.B. Hertzog and other laws and policies affecting non-white South Africans, education of non-white South Africans, and the 1936 census. Correspondents include Travers Buxton, J. Kemp, Sarel Tighy, T.M. Makiwane, Charlotte Lebuscher, C.W. Cousins, Lord Olivier, Norman Leys, Charles Roden Buxton, Granville Orde Browne, Arthur Wilkie, H.R. Raikes, Harold Jowitt, Winifred Holtby, Howard Pim, Margaret Fuller, Julius Lewin, Peg Ballinger, S. Herbert Frankel, David Chamberlin, W. Gemmill and V. de Bunsen. 1930-1939

Dates

  • 1926-1939

Extent

1 box (2 folders)

Language of Materials

  • English
Some Afrikaans and German

Shelfmark

MS. 6371/29

Repository Details

Part of the Bodleian Libraries Repository

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Weston Library
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