|Letter from Phyllis Naidoo to Mark||
I read your obituary to Sandy - Jacobsen - I did not know her surname. A DIMUNITIVE LADY. I had not planned to say that in capital letters, but there it is - she was too. You said you were cousins. I hug you closely.
|Letter from Cheick Oumar Sissoko to Phyllis Naidoo||
It was a great honor to have met you finally.
|Draft International Declaration of Human Rights||
Whereas recognition of the inherent dignity and of the equal and inalienable rights of the members of the human family is the foundation of freedom, justice and peace in the world ......
|South African Party Policy||
It has been represented to the Government that, in Durban and elsewhere, you have a White part of the town, and an Indian with sufficient wealth buys a house right in the middle of that area and thereby depreciates the property in the neighbourhood.
|Indian Opinion No. 49-51 Vol. 39 Friday, 5th - 26th November 1941||
Indian Opinion No. 49-51 Vol. 39 Friday, 5th - 26th November 1941
|Indian Opinion No. 44-47 Vol. 39 Friday, 7th - 28th November 1941||
Indian Opinion No. 44-47 Vol. 39 Friday, 7th - 28th November 1941
|Indian Opinion No. 40-43 Vol. 39 Friday, 3rd - 31st October 1941||
Indian Opinion No. 40-43 Vol. 39 Friday, 3rd - 31st October 1941
|Indian Opinion No. 36-39 Vol. 39 Friday, 5th - 26th September 1941||
Indian Opinion No. 36-39 Vol. 39 Friday, 5th - 26th September 1941
|Notes on Serote|
|Notes on Serote|
|Instrument of Thy Peace by Alan Paton|
|Book Shelf: Instrument of Thy Peace by Alan Paton|
|Letter from Alan Paton to Edgar|
|Extract made from speech made by Justice Greenberg at a banquet to launch Keren Hayesod campaign|
|The New African: Volume 3, Number 3, March 1964|
|The New African: Volume 3, Number 2, February 1964|
|The Responsibility of Judges in Applying Unjust Laws in South Africa|
|Editorial: A Challenge|