Personal and family correspondence, c. 1910-2000
- Correspondence, including with Constance Marion [Mona] Tweedie [mother], Hugh Tweedie [father], Elaine [Calder], Moll [Cochrane], Ruth Macmillan [great-niece of William Macmillan], Donald Macmillan [great-nephew of William Macmillan], Daphne Trevor, Frances Ashby, Margaret Clark, Nell Marquard [wife of Leo Marquard], Anne Forrester [Booth-Clibborn], May Katzen, Suzanne Martineau, Freya and Pippa Eriksson [daughers of Pamela Bourne or Eriksson], the Duncan family, Prudence Tweedie [sister-in-law], Jock Hutchison, Tom Blomefield, Lord Erskine, Hugo Tweedie [brother], Pam Bourne, Mildred Hammond [cousin], M. Jesser-Coope, Maurice Fitzgerald and Professor [Alice] Werner, among others. Also includes letter from Michael and Marigold Tweedie [brother and sister] to Constance Tweedie [mother], letter from Hugh Tweedie [father] to Hugo Tweedie [brother], and University of Cape Town certificate. Undated [c. 1920s-c. 1980s], c. 1910-1935
- Correspondence, including with W.H. Stead, L.W. Forsdick, W.T. Mackell, Tina [Macmillan, cousin of William Macmillan], Constance Tweedie [mother], Jean [Macmillan, cousin of William Macmillan], Cornelis [Dick] de Kiewiet, Catriona [Macmillan, daughter], Pam Eriksson [formerly Bourne], Mary Loveless, Duncan [Macmillan, son], Colette Hawes [formerly Addo], Prudence Tweedie [sister-in-law], Mabel Irvine, J.Edgar Ennals [brother-in-law of William Macmillan], James Gray, Kathleen Hoffman [formerly De Waal or Hamman, niece of William Macmillan], Netta C. MacIntosh, Anne Best [formerly Blomefield], Jocelyn [Tweedie, sister], Reverend Wilfrid Hulbert, Eddie and Pansy Burke, [Lady] Meg Field, Sister Ida Tweedie [aunt], Professor Willie and Isobel Forrester, Lena Achanya, Teresa Garrat Carp [formerly Tweedie, niece], Professor Eileen Krige, Peter Sanders, Guy Hoffman, Bertha Kops, Martin Legassick, Richard Brain, V.C. Malherbe, Eleanor Lewin, Margaret Ballinger, Gordon Harris, P.J. Floyd, Reverend Maurice S. Geen, Donald Macmillan [great-nephew of William Macmillan], Phyllis Lewsen, Reverend Norman Goodall, Peggy Barnes, Canon Robert Holtby, Joy Macmillan [widow of Lindsay Macmillan, nephew of William Macmillan], Anne Rosettenstein, Ian Radmore, Alison Smith, and Sue Stebbing, among others. Also includes school report for Lindsay Macmillan [CLOSED], and Workers' Educational Association syllabus for course "Africa in Transition", 1975 annual report of the Anti-Slavery Society, cutting from the 60,000th issue of the Times, and review of The Burden of the Present by Harrison M. Wright. 1932-2000
- c. 1910-2000
1 box (2 folders)
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