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Letter from Susan to Phyllis Naidoo and Suks

I found the name (Stephanie Urdarg) in my Southern Africa Magazine and sent your letter to her.

Letter from Sikander Latib to Phyllis Naidoo

My name is Sikander Latib. Born on the 5th April 1963 in the area of Fordsburg, now demolished.

Letter from Howard to Phyllis Naidoo

It was lovely to see a proxy and hear that you and everyone else are fine and bearing up under difficult circumstances.

Letter from Betzy to Phyllis Naidoo

Hello! It has been such a long time since I 've seen you - but I've thought of you so often.

Letter from Rebecca to Phyllis Naidoo

At last I am in Akron, at a typewriter, with free personal time as yet unclaimed; an exceedingly rare combination of factors!

Letter from Ray to Phyllis Naidoo and Sukhthi

Hello again! How aye my two favorite comrades these days?

Letter from Kaka to Phyllis Naidoo

Thanks for the letter of the 8th. Yes my dear, my loving departed brother would have been 75 on the 10th.

Letter from Howard to Phyllis Naidoo

I spoke to you about the case of Guy Berger and others presently detained under the Terrorism Act at Fort Glamorgan, East London.

The Finance Committee of the ANC

Sepia print 9 x 14cm original

Letter from Alan Paton to Phyllis Naidoo

I must apologise to you for saying that the SUNDAY TRIBUNE would not publish a letter sent by you.

Letter from Canon L John Collins to Phyllis Naidoo

Your letter of 13th May was awaiting me on my return from holiday.

In April 1958 the ANC organised a one day strike to protest against the whites only elections. Chief Luthuli addressed a meeting in Cape Town & appealed for support from the white audience. With him on the platform are (Left to Right), Annie Silinga (Lead

ANC, one day strike, protest, whites only elections, Chief Luthuli, Cape Town, white audience, Annie Silinga

 

Luthuli on the farm
Luthuli and others
Adams College Staff
Adams College
The station where Chief Luthuli was crashed by a train in 1967
Chief Luthuli's funeral
Chief Luthuli's home in Groutville
Chief Luthuli as a lay preacher

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