Fonds BC23 - Viljoen Donation

Reference code

ZA UCT BC23

Title

Viljoen Donation

Date(s)

  • undated (Creation)

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Extent and medium

85 items

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Scope and content

MSS or TSS by the following Afrikaans authors: Prof. DB Bosman, one article in MS; Jan FE Celliers, one poem in MS; Deki (pseud. of HJC Pieterse), one article in MS; ID du Plessis, one short story in MS; Eitemal (pseud. of WJ du P Erlank), three poems in TS; Elisabeth Eybers, five poems in MS; GH Franz, three sketches in MS; Prof. TJ Haarhoff, two poems in MS; Prof. DF Malherbe, five poems and five articles in MS; Eugene N Marais, two articles in MS; Dr GS Preller, one article in MS; Totius, one article in MS; Pierre Van Aswegen (pseud. of Toon van den Heever), one short story in MS; CM van den Heever, four poems and one short story in MS; Boerneef (pseud. of Prof. IW van der Merwe), one short story in MS; AG Visser, one poem in MS; Everwyn Wessels, one poem in MS. Various letters by JMH Viljoen (former editor, Die Huisgenoot, Cape Town), documents and MSS. Many of Dr CL Leipoldt's MSS and TSS. Articles about Leipoldt and bio-bibliographical notes collected by JMH Viljoen have been listed in the Leipoldt Papers,

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Conditions governing access

No restrictions apply

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Language of material

  • English

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Dates of creation revision deletion

2013

Language(s)

  • Afrikaans

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