Untitled Inventory list

Identifier Sort descending Title Level of description Date Digital object
F1.9 Draft of above, incorporating changes made. TSS and Photocopy. Subseries
F1.8 Draft of a letter to Gen. J C Smuts from J 23.3.1923, in which he states his position explains his disagreement with the Cabinet and tenders his resignation as a member of Cabinet. TSS. with MSS corrections Subseries
F1.7 Menu of a congratulatory luncheon to J W Jagger, 16.3.1921, given by his friends on the occasion of his appointment as Minister of Railways and Harbours Subseries
F1.6 Letter from Gen Louis Botha, 15.7.1918, informing J W Jagger that he had placed his name on the list of recommendations for the award of Knight Commander of the Order of the British Empire. TSS Phot. Subseries
F1.57 Letter, 21.10.1948 from the London branch of J W Jagger and Co. (Pty) Ltd., to the Head Office in Cape Town, enclosing a letter from the Director of Patons and Baldwins, Ltd., who had sent a copy of the publication marking the Tercentenary of the Hipperholme Grammar School, 1648 - 1948, erroneously under the impression that the J.Jagger listed on p. 26 was J W Jagger of the Cape Town firm. TSS. Subseries
F1.56 "The House that Jagger Built", by Eric Rosenthal, in "Man's Shop", August 1951. Subseries
F1.55 "Fathers of South African Commerce - No. 11. John William Jagger", by Eric Rosenthal, In: "Selling", April 1948. Subseries
F1.54 Article on "The Aeroplane in Commerce", from "South African Retailing", May 1935, about the aeroplane owned by J W Jagger and Co. (Pty) Ltd. Includes a photo. of the plane. Subseries
F1.53 Souvenir supplement to the "Cape Times", 1.2.1933, in celebration of the Jubilee of Messrs. J W Jagger and Co., (Pty) Ltd. 0/S Subseries
F1.51-F1.52 James Gribble to W Duncan Baxter, Paarl, 1.2.1933, enclosing a newspaper cutting of Adderley Street, Cape Town, on which the two windows of the rooms, in which J W Jagger started his own business, are ringed in red. Subseries
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