|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|
|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|
|Albertina receive prize on behalf of her father|
|Chief Luthuli with his family.|
|Chief Luthuli is interviewed by a journalist|
|Nokukhanya interviewed by journalist.|