Victor Norton Papers Inventory list

Identifier Title Level of description Sort descending Date Digital object
D1 Typescript beginning: “Mr Norton. Herewith are my categorical imperatives of policy”. Discusses United Party policy. Not signed or dated, but possibly by General Secretary of the United Party about 1950. 8p. Subseries
A1 Copy letter from Victor Norton to Field-Marshall, the Rt. Hon. J C Smuts, 31 Mar 1944 Subseries
A5 Note from Jan Smuts to VN, 24 May 1949. ALS. Subseries
A13 Letter to VN from [signature indecipherable], Besucherbüro Berlin, describing the occupation of East Berlin by Soviet troops, [1961?]. Photograph attached. Subseries
B3 Minutes of conversation with C.A. Oosthuizen, General Secretary of the United Party, in my office on Tuesday April 4th, 1944. 2p. TS. (2 copies) Subseries
B7 Meeting with General Smuts on his return from San Francisco on July 19. 3p. Carbon copy of TS. (2 copies). Subseries
B8 Conversation with C.S. [mis-type of J.S.? Jan Smuts?] at C.S.C. on 14.10.48. 2p. Discusses South African politics after the defeat of the United Party by the Nationalist Party in 1948. Subseries
C1 Freedom of the Press in South Africa. A programme broadcast on B.B.C. Panorama on December 20th, 1965. Transcript of programme, in which VN was interviewed. Subseries
D2 Copy of letter [or speech?] by Joyce Waring, on assassination of Hendrik Verwoerd. Begins “This is addressed to certain members of the press, the clergy & the parliamentary opposition”. 11p. MS. Subseries
A2 Copy note from Victor Norton to “Sir Alfred”, dated “Tuesday”, enclosing letter from Frank Theron to VN, 25 Sep 1944 Subseries
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