D Bagwandeen collection
The papers of J.H.Hofmeyr comprise 67 boxes spanning the years 1891—1950, with the preponderance between 1913 and 1948.
|10. Statistical Information - Ownership of Fixed Property by Asiatic within City of Durban|
|A Protest against The Asiatic Segregation Bill of The Government of Union of South Africa||
Asiatic, Segregation, Class Areas Bill, Areas Reservation Bill, Immigration
|Acquisition and Occupation of Land. Invasion and Succession .|
|Act No, 35 of 1943 - "Pegging Act"|
|Act No. 35 of 1943 - 'Pegging Act'|
|ACT TO Amend the laws relating to occupation and acquisition of land in the Province of the Transvaal by Asiatics and Coloured persons and to provide for matters incidental thereto.||
BE IT ENACTED by the King's Most Excellent Majesty, the Senate and the House of Assembly of the Union of South Africa, as follows-:
|ACT to Amend the Transvaal Land Tenure Act, 1932||
|Addendum to Draft Memorandum to all Town Clerks of the Province of Natal||
Further to my circular letter of December 27 1935, in which you were asked to join the Co-operative movement of influencing your Parliamentary representative to take a personal interest in this question, more vital to Natal than any other Province.
|Annexure containing summary of the conclusions reached by the Round Table Conference on the Indian question in South Africa.||
Scheme af assisted emigration (I) Any Indian of 16 years or over may avail himself of the scheme. In case of a family, the decision of the father will bind the wife and minor children under 16 years...
|Annual Conference of the Natal Municipal Association||
Traveling expenses of Delegate
Establishment of Sectional Zones
|Appointment of Commission of Enquiry into Indian Penetration|
|Areas Reservation and Immigration and Registration (Further Provision) Bill, 1925.||
Commerce, Immigrants regulations, Mr Gandhi, Asiatics, Areas Reservation
|Articles from the Illustrated Bulletin|
|Articles on Indian Pentration|
|At the interview with General Smuts in No.3 Committee Room....||
Occupation: In all his many years acquaintance with this difficult question this was the first occasion on which the Indians had agreed any.......
|Ballinger Papers A 410|
|Cape Town Agreement||
Joint Communique issued to the press
|City and Water Engineers Department|
|City Council Minutes. Proposed Conference with South African Indian Leaders||
Receive at an early date a deputation the Natal Provincial Council during its next session, from the Council, so that the views of the bur-we further recommend that a petition be prepared an