Gandhi-Luthuli Documentation Centre

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Official Inauguration of Truro House

Official Inauguration of Truro House

Postcard from Kate to Phyllis Naidoo

Real healing is taking place here. Self restoration. On a more extended plan, the contrast between Mission life (we are a mission, it seems) at the Lesotho sun.

Letter from Julian to Phyllis Naidoo

I want to say a bit of thank you for all those lovely gifts you sent & that amazing tray. It's become a permanent decoration in my meal. When it was shown to the lady who helps with garden and wh has a wonderful way of converting odds and ends.

Indians in South Africa, 1860-1914: the British Imperial Philosophy on Trial

EIGHTEENTH-CENTURY mercantilist dogma notwithstanding, the earliest stirrings of British imperial activity owed their inception to private initiative rather than governmental enterprise.

Natal and Indentured Indian Immigration

Owing to the attention which is at present being devoted to so called "Asiatic Penetration" the present time is perhaps an opprtune one at which attempt to review breifly the history of indentured Indian immigration into Natal.

Letter from Phyllis Naidoo to Judy

The shelf to my left has a parcel that Father Casa was to bring to you in Bulawayo when he was there two weeks ago. I had some sweets for Dad and Mum and another letter for Rabbi Ben. Casa found out that Ben has since gone to Johannesburg. Where? Bully for him. I hope he is happy being home.

Chronological list of anti Indian legislation in South Africa.

Law 3 of 1885, Transvaal: Prohibition on taking up residence except in segregated areas. Denial of all civic rights,

a) Law passed to amend Act 3 of 1885

Letter from Judy and John to Phyllis Naidoo

We received a letter from an American friend asking "whether we are involved in all the hard times in Africa - it sounds horrible". There are certainly ·"hard times" here in Southern Africa, particularly for the poor and unemployed.

Letters to the Colonial Secretary

Letters to the Colonial Secretary

Letters to the Natal Emigration Office

Letters to the Natal Emigration Office in April, October and June 1889

Letter from Judith Todd to Phyllis Naidoo

Thank you SO MUCH for the copy of the actual Constitution of South Africa and the booklet that goes with it. I know that it is sinful to be envious and I must confess that so many of us Zimbabweans are completely sinful as we are so envious in so many ways of you South Africans!

Letter from Phyllis Naidoo to Josephine

Your note of the 31st January reached me today. Considering the problems you're enduring presently - the police holding the country to ransom I am glad that it arrived at all.I think of all my friends in Lesotho··· and wish peace will be restored soon.

Letter from Jimbo to Phyllis Naidoo

Please accept my belated happy birthday wishes--it's only three weeks after the fact. At least I'm in the right month. I thought I'd wait until I got organized for the new year and then write you, but obviously i'm never going to get organized so no point in waiting.

Letter from Phyllis Naidoo to Jimbo

Your cuttings are always welcome. The Zaire clip sent me back to Lumumba and the role played by the UN and CIA in his murder.

Letter from Phyllis Naidoo to Jeanne Woods

Just had your letter of the 9th April, 1997, for which many thanks. You have a knack of coming into my life after a period of ignoring me completely. I should ignore you, but here I am replying to you. Could that explain our amnesty.

Letter from Jeanne Woods to Phyllis Naidoo

I hope this letter finds you well and in good spirits. I apologize for having been out of touch, but my life has been filled with turmoil since I last saw you. I am fine, however.

Telephone notes from Jaya to Phyllis Naidoo

Jenny Cargill phoned to find out if you will eat with her tomorrow night. She is going to Cape Town after tomorrow.

Funeral Notice of Mr Jay Singh

The cremation of Jay Singh, a retired principal, of 14 Hillcrest Drive, Silverglen; dearest husband of Joan and loving father of Ashika and Rochelle, father in law of Eugene Reddy son of the late Mr & Mrs CM Singh of 43 Trafford road, Mayville loved brother of Deomanthie, Shanti, George, Henr

Letter from Jane to Phyllis Naidoo

Many thanks for the lovely little card which you so kindly sent me. Maybe it was taken when Jann & their mama had visited the grave.

E-mail from Phyllis Naidoo to Jane

I've just found your letter of 14 Feb and i can't remember answering it, maybe i did and you owe me?

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