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Mainly messages of support (such as telegrams and letters) sent to the University of Cape Town Student Representative Council and its President Geoff Budlender during the student protests against racial inequality in education in June 1972, which ...
University of Cape Town Student Representative Council
Material regarding the activity method of teaching, and the work of the New Education Fellowship in Cape Town. Portrait and caricature of Prof William Henry Bell.
De Smidt, L. H.
Notebooks:Verney-Lang Kalahari expedition. Rocks, etc. 1930.Catalogue of fossils, rocks & minerals.9 notebooks with various notes. undated.
Rogers, A. W.
1. Manuscript headed “Geology of the district around Abinghall, Blaisdon, Flaxley, Gloucestershire”.2. Folder of maps of areas of England. Some cross-sectional geological diagrams.3. Folder of illustrations of geological features in Southern Afric...
Walker, A. R.
Rondebosch Boys’ High School – a history, by Knott-Craig, ca 1946. TSS.‘University financial administration and control in South Africa’. TSS. 1939. Also correspondence with UCT re this thesis.Cape Town University Training Corps. Complete set of o...
Knott-Craig, A. D.
The collection contains materials relating to three areas of Professor Murray’s professional life: 1) his academic career as head of UCT’s Philosophy Department and author of numerous books and articles on political philosophy; 2) his role as expe...
Murray, Andrew Howson
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 R...
Fryer, Alan Kenneth
Album of paintings on mica. Subjects are birds and Indian scenes and deities.
Founded in 1950, ARD, a consortium of public broadcasters in Germany, is the world’s second largest public broadcaster after the BBC. The collection consists of footage that traces political developments in Southern Africa from 1983 to 2006.