|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
|Alan Paton with briefcase in one hand and coat and hat over the arm in Cape Town, 1951||
Black and white print 6 x 11cm
|Letter from Sivi to Phyllis Naidoo||
Hope you approve of the dimensions of this paper. I thought I should rather use the then available paper, instead of delaying the writing of my last letter to you, no share to fashion.
|Alan Paton in Cape Town, 1951||
Black and white print 11 x 7cm
|Statements of receipts and payments, and Finance for the year ended 30th June 1955 of the Civil Rights League|
|Farewell to South Africa, photograph taken at Cape Town, 1914||
Black and white print 2.8 x 19.6cm
|Letter from Bruno to Phyllis Naidoo||
I hope your American friends haven't trapped you in their futile celebrations of the birth of the mos t decrepit, decadent and dismal society that ever lived •• • but give them my love anyway.
|Preliminary Statement to the Natal Indian Judicial Commission||
We the officials of the Natal Indian Congress an organization representing the Indian Community of Natal beg to submit this.....
|Letter from Michael Lapsley to Phyllis Naidoo||
For some time I have wanted to express to you all a deep sense of gratitude. Through loving thoughts, prayers and good wishes, you have all accompanied me on the journey which I have traveled since I first contracted meningitis and was hospitalized in Canada in May.
|Letter from Phyllis Naidoo to Gabriela and Connie||
It is Saturday afternoon, the 15th November, 1997 and today is also 8 years and 7 months since my son Sahdhan was assassinated. Your tape of Mozarts clarinet concert plays so beautifully. Thank you so much Connie for bringing so much beauty into my life.
|Letter from Phyllis Naidoo to Gabriela||
Your letter dated 23/11/97, posted in Capetown on the 25/11 at a cost of R12.50 arrived here today the 2/12/97. That is what is called PRIORITY post. It seems it arrived in Durban on the 29/11 and was given the number 616 and the card was in my box today.
|Letter from Esther to Phyllis Naidoo||
Season's Greetings. A friend with a very smart computer printed these cards for me. I heard from the Ralls that you will be here about 20th December. I'm really looking forward to seeing you. I m sorry to hear that the trip to Cuba is on hold.
|Letter from Phyllis Naidoo to The Macmillan Press & Clarkes Bookshop||
Thank you for the invitation to the launch of Jack's book. Had I been able to walk in less pain that I endure presently, and had the rains not accompanied your Winters, I might have been there.
|Letter from Phyllis Naidoo to Susan, Bob,Michael, Tim and Amy||
Please note my address. I've lost the box now that I am not practicing Law. This is my home and you are welcome as always to visit, to share a cup of coffee. I cannot remember Jackie and Eric Metzner - What did they do?
|Letter from Lee to Phyllis Naidoo||
Sorry that I have taken so long to return your letter. As you can see by the writing paper. I'm not at the office anymore. I'm getting bigger and bigger and its becoming a problem to make my way into the office, besides the stress there will will cause me to have a early delivery.
|Letter from Phyllis Naidoo to Benedicte||
Please note my address. Ive lost the box now that I am not practicing law. This is my home and you are welcome as always. Who are all these strange faces you send me. I know Insunn. The little one cannot be Marit. She should be 10 now. Who are the others Kristin and Eirik.
|Iris, Cape Town||
Iris, Cape Town
|Letter from Phyllis Naidoo to Caobb||
See forgotten your name already, & you thought you made a lasting impression on me. At the time i was even jooled. You have to watch these old jogies herewith.
|Cape Town from Table Mountain||
Cape Town from Table Mountain
|Gymnasium, Boys High School, Upper Paarl, Cape Town||
Gymnasium, Boys High School, Upper Paarl, Cape Town