|Assorted conferences, correspondence and articles|
|Autobiographical note on James Muli|
|Black History Makers|
|Canaan rediscovered: Fingo trust lands in the Humansdorp-Tsitsikamma area||
History of the Mfengu people and their forced removal from their lands in the Humnasdorp-Tsitsikamma area. Canaan resdiscovered was a term used to describe the Humansdorp-Tsitsikamma area after the Mfengu people were forcibly removed from their land.
|Chemchemi Newsletter, vol 2, no. 4, July 1965|
Handwritten notes about the forced removals of the Mfengu people from their land
|Comments on constitutional proposals||
Annotated notes by Jack Simons commenting on the proposals for the Constitution, prepared for the African National Congress Headquarters.
|Comments on the history of mass removals as the grand design of the policy of apartheid||
Handwritten notes on the background and statistics of Black families being forcibly moved to Glenmore from Klipfontein and Kenton-on-Sea. Text of the notes is not clearly legible.
|Consultation in preparation for the meeting with law professors from white South Africa||
Notes regarding a meeting to discuss and work out an agenda for an African National Congress meeting with South African Law professors.
|Copies of notes on Cry, the Beloved Country|
|Discussion towards the drafting of a document on a strategy on the South African struggle for the OAU||
Guidelines to the National Executive Committee for the drafting of a document on the South African Struggle for the Organisation of African Unity.
|Dr W H Craib|
|Emergent themes in South African propoganda||
Briefing notes to the Commonwealth Committee on South African propaganda and censorship regarding South African Government propaganda and necessary responses.
|English 12: World Literature Written in English|
|Example of H's Afrikaans|
|Extract from Balliol Club Diary kept by H.A.S|
|Extract from speech to Political Discussion Group|
|Extract made from speech made by Justice Greenberg at a banquet to launch Keren Hayesod campaign|
|Extracts from debate on S A Native Policy|