|Letter from Phyllis Naidoo and Jack to Alma, Indres, Braam and Shaida||
I arrived here on Friday at 7pm but was finally cleared & left the airp ort at l0 pm.
|Letter from Monroe to Phyllis Naidoo||
Although we could never match the autocratic influence of one Mr. Chocklingum, we would be most appreciate of your assistance in the organizing and implementation of our marriage.
|Letter from Kathy to Phyllis Naidoo||
I guess you are wondering whether we got lost. Well we are still here, summer has changed our schedules. The children are home from school for 3 months.
|"Marriage Ceremony of the Hottentots"||
"Marriage ceremony of the Hottentots"
|Silver Tray presented to Alan paton from staff of Maritzburg College with best wishes for his future (on his marraige)||
Digital image, presentation
|Newspaper cuttings related to Hindu dowry||
Waging wart on the dowry burning of Hindu brides.
SA Indians free of Evil customs
An Abhorrent custom
|The experiences of marriage and family by Indian migrants under indenture in colonial Natal.||
This thesis attempts to examine the social institutions of marriage and family as experienced by Indian migrants under indenture in colonial Natal.
|Alan and Doris Paton|
|Rape in marriage|
|You and your marriage: minors and marital power||
In this article, Cathi Albertyn explains some of the ways a married woman is seen by the law and what her rights are
|Is this a dream?|
|As a matter of fact ...|
|You and your marriage: customary marriages|
|South African Love Song|
Research report on the study conducted to describe and analyse the effects of labour migration on marriage and family life. The fieldwork on which the study is based was done in Burnshill in the district of Keiskammahoek.
|Apartheid and the Law|
|Prohibition of Mixed Marriages Act, Act No 55 of 1949||
The Act was to prohibit marriages between Europeans and non-Europeans, and to provide for matters incidental thereto
|Indian Opinion Vol.56 No.37 Sep 1958|
|Indian Opinion Vol.58 No.39 Sep 1960|