|Letter from Leo Marquard to Alan Paton|
|Letter from Michael and Fiona to Phyllis Naidoo.||
Letter from Michael and Fiona to Phyllis Naidoo.
|Letter from Michi to Phyllis Naidoo||
Letter from Michi to Phyllis Naidoo
|Letter from Nellie to Phyllis Naidoo||
Thank you for your letter. A fortnight before Will’s death, our eldest son lost his wife with cancer. A young mother with four children, the youngest celebrated her first birthday yesterday this is much more tragic than my own loss.
|Letter from Nicholas to Phyllis Naidoo||
You will be pleased to hear that S have finally got off my fat one and I have begun to work for ant apartheid.
|Letter from Paton to H B Grant|
|Letter from Phyllis Naidoo to Alan||
Your letter dated 8/10 arrived on the 9/10. This was stamped in Pinetown 3600 on the 7/10 - So it’s obvious that your typist is ahead of time. I’ve been reading Kontakion and found on that same day a card from Dori sent while she was ill.
|Letter from Phyllis Naidoo to Anthony||
I've just listened to you on radio being interviewed on your book on Rhodes. Over Xmas i went to this shopping horror near Westville and escaped into the Exclusive bookshop. In the window I saw your book but could not find it on the shelves.
|Letter from Phyllis Naidoo to Shiraj||
I was wading through some papers and came across Friends of Phyllis Network. Your name was on it. What are you doing in Canada? Why have you not written to me ? Is it a deliberate act. Doesn't our friendship require an explanation.
|Notes on Sekhukhune|
|Places Indians came from||
Between 1842 and 1870 a total of 525,482 Indians emigrated to the British and French Colonies.
|Sugar cane fields||
Labourers on the Cane fields
|The battle of Colenso - British ammunition column awaiting orders||
Sepia print 13.5 x 18.7cm
|The Middle of the Road|
|The Missionary Gene in the Kenyan Polity: Representations of Contemporary Kenya in the British Media|
|Top of Spion Kop which was the British positon. Spion Kop area showing Imperial Light Infantry Monument||
Sepia print 5.6 x 17.5cm faded
|Tugela wagon bridge from the opposite side, Colenso. Blown up by naval guns on Gun Hill, 4.5 miles away. Tugela wagon bridge destroyed by the British, 1900||
Sepia print 7.2 x 10cm faded
Group of Zulu Warriors