Fonds BC613 - AK Fryer Papers

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AK Fryer Papers


  • 1962-1973 (Creation)

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15 items

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Bequeathed by Professor AK Fryer.

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1 - Two letters from Convention People’s Party, Accra, dated 7.8.1962 and 31.8.1962 about subscriptions to the journal, The Party.

2 - From the Bureau of African Affairs, Accra, dated 9.10.1964 about subscriptions to various journals.

3 - From the Royal Commonwealth Society, Landau, 17.4.1972 advising Prof. Fryer that he had been accepted as a member of the society.

4 - Two from the S.A. Institute of International Affairs, Cape Town Branch, dated 31.7.1972 and 11.9.1972, concerning his membership.

5 - From Mr. Mangosuthu Gatsha Buthelezi, dated 28.2.1973.

6 - The Boer-Briton political marriage of convenience from 1910 to 1973: What next? A short address by Hon. Mangosuthu Buthelezi to the students at U.C.T., June 1973. Roneod. 5p.

7 - Malherbe, Paul N. Multistan – a way to sanity for South Africa. Xeroxed. TSS. 74pp.

8 - 6p. of pencil notes made, presumably by Prof. Fryer.


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  • English

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Letters, pamphlets and notes belonging to Prof. Alan Kenneth Fryer, UCT Professor of Political Science (1972-1973).

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  • English



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