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Proposed Round Table Discussion

I refer to your letter of 27th February 1946, 1n this connection. I am under the impression that, in view of the changed situation which the Asiatic Land Tenure ond Indian Representation Act, 1946...

Correspondence between Natal Indian Congress and the Durban Council in connection with the City Council's proposal for Round Table Discussion

As you are no doubt aware the City Council has prepared its plan for the development of the City of Durban during the post-war period and.....

Letter from Lynda to Phyllis Naidoo

It was really nice to hear from you. Piers and I have been feeling pretty isolated in Southampton, so you letter was especially welcome.

Letter from Larry and Michele to Phyllis Naidoo

Perhaps the only sad thing related to our somewhat unexpected departure is not seeing you before leaving. Your warmth, strength and great heart are so very scarce in our world.

Durban Old Station complex. Progress Report on Conservation

The City Council has received the interim report of the Sub-Committee on the Old Station Buildings and, acting on some of the recommendations, has voted funds for the restoration and conversion of the principal wings of the main station building which has been shown to be a viable.....

Letter from Kristina Wickstrom to Phyllis Naidoo

About five years ago a man in R.S.A., Samson John Nene, was adopted by my group of _Amnesty International as a "prisoner of conscience". He was "banned" and had earlier spent ten years on Robben Island. He was arrested again in November 1975, alleged to be a member or supporter of ANC.

The South African Indian problem and its solution

If the European Citizens of Natal, with their proverbial apathy, calmly acquiesce in the demands made at the election of the new Council of the Natal Indian Congress on Sunday, 21st October.....

Letter from Kathy to Phyllis Naidoo

Thank you so much for your thoughtful and wonderful description of the wonderful 19 July event. It was such a wonderful description that I felt like we were right there! I just appreciate so much the time and effort that you took to give me your unique account of the happenings.

Letter from Kaka to Phyllis Naidoo

From the hospital, where I have been since 4/5/80. I become very emotional when I receive letters from loved ones and your loving letters of the 12thhas shattered me more than you realise. 

The Indian in South Africa - Pamphlet Collection

The first important fact is that only in recent times has the Indian community come to be regarded as a permanent part of the population of the Union. Prior to 1927 the Indian in South Africa was looked upon as an alien a sojourner in the land, and not destined to remain there.

Letter from Gwen and Frank to Phyllis Naidoo

How are you and all your friends? We hope that the injuries you received when you when you received the parcel bomb are healing and hope your eardrum is now better. We are enclosing a tea towel from a tiny seaside village in Norfolk.

Report on Durban Housing

Further to my letter of the 22nd September, I have now completed a summary of my Report of Durban Housing.....

The Indian in South Africa - Pamphlet Collection

Indian propagandists have dubbed the "Asiatic Land Tenure and Indian Representation Act, 1946," the "GHETTO" Act and even the "Gutter" Act. In so doing they have been guilty of a plain lie. These Indian propagandists have spread their false version of the Act all over the world.

Letter from Jolene to Phyllis Naidoo

I really would have come, but Ashika was coming so my mummy said Ashika just couldn’t stay all by herself. So I had to stay. I really do miss you so much. My passport expires next year I think.

Letter from John to Phyllis Naidoo

Greetings from Maputo! There has been much confusion here. The meeting starts on the 25th and Mathabata was asked to give me a message to that effect. It’s a pity he didn’t give you a message to pass on, as I can’t easily be away for 2 weeks with so much to do back home.

Letter from Jeannie to Phyllis Naidoo

I am terribly embarrassed in one of my occasional bouts with cleaning, I have uncovered your last letter, dated (gasp) March. Where did April and may go? To atone for my sins, I’m sending you this collector’s item, maybe you can sell it for enormous sums in a few years.

 

Letter from Jean to Phyllis Naidoo

We watched Dick Cavette show last night and thought how much you would be enjoying it. It would appear t hat many of our letters to you went astray.
I am sorry about this. I particularly wanted you to get the reply from Sophie Cobatwana and Dot Clemeshaw.

 

Letter from Huth to Phyllis Naidoo

We didn’t know either of his plans at that time. What people have to go through for freedom.  Phyllis it bothered me very much your view on Hungary. What does it all mean (cinemas, libraries, hospitals etc.), if the intellect of the country cannot speak out what they want. 

 

Letter from Jane to Phyllis Naidoo

Many thanks for your letter. Yes, I’d seen the papers and was so pleased for your brother and all the family. I haven't visited your Mother again but hope to do so before I leave.

Letter from Phyllis Naidoo to Helen

Only this morning at 5.30am when I was busy cleaning the kitchen floor did I remember that I should have share d my experience with you a long time ago.

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