Rhodesias continued, 1930-1938
- Item 1: Correspondence with regard to Native Policy in Northern Rhodesia, 1930 [Cmd.3731].
- Fols. 1-5: Copies of despatches from the Secretary of State, J.H. Thomas, on filling the post of magistrate in Northern Rhodesia, and from Lord Passfield on Gambian legal offices, 1931.
- Fols. 6-18: Correspondence with John Edminson of Salisbury about education in Southern Rhodesia, 1934.
- Fols. 19-39: Correspondence between Arthur Shearly Cripps, Edward Lugard, Lord Lugard, R. MacGregor and Margery Perham about three Northern Rhodesian Bills, including the Native Preachers' Bill, 1936.
- Fols. 40-66: Correspondence with Sir James Currie and Sir Humphry Leggett about maize control in Northern Rhodesia, 1936.
- Fols. 67-72: Correspondence with Professor W.M. Macmillan about the Native Registration Bill in Rhodesia, a Kenya Land Settlement Bill and information sent to him by Arthur Shearly Cripps and R. MacGregor, 1936.
- Fols. 73-83: Correspondence with Eric Dutton about reorganization of 'native administration' in Northern Rhodesia, The Dual Mandate, and about R.S. Hudson, Adviser on Native Affairs to the Chief Secretary, 1937.
- Fols. 84-86: Correspondence with Major J.C. Brundell about the colour bar and labour, 1937.
- Fols. 87-88: Notes by Lugard on Carbutt, Huggins, Malcolm and Southern Rhodesia, n.d [These notes bear numbers referring to pages of The Dual Mandate.]
- Fols. 89-101: Correspondence with Sir Godfrey Huggins on constitutional affairs and 'native policy', 1937.
- Fols. 102-110: Correspondence with R.S. Hudson about taxation, 1938.
- Fol. 111: Letter to Daniel Sandford about the material sent him by Hudson, 1938.
Language of Materials
MSS. Lugard 93/6