|Prof SP Olivier reports on Overseas visits 1969 - 1971||
|Letters between Beyers Naude and Ilse and Phyllis Naidoo||
Letters between Beyers Naude and Ilse and Phyllis Naidoo
|The" Kindered Spirit" of Imperialism: South Africa and Anglo- American Relations - 1895 - 1902||
This paper attempts to assess South Africa's role and its relative priority within the broad parameters of Anglo-American global relations at the turn of the century.
|Letter from Gwen and Frank to Phyllis Naidoo.||
Letter from Gwen and Frank to Phyllis Naidoo.
|Letter from Susan to Phyllis Naidoo.||
Letter from Susan to Phyllis Naidoo.
|Letter from Michi to Phyllis Naidoo||
Letter from Michi to Phyllis Naidoo
|Letter from Monroe to Phyllis Naidoo||
Letter from Monroe to Phyllis Naidoo
|Letter from John and Tina to Phyllis Naidoo||
Meant to do this long ago but you know how it goes when one has 101 things to do and only a short time to do it in, and so our time here in the States is fast coming to an end.
|Letter from Dorothy to Phyllis Naidoo||
Many thanks for your letter and enclosures.
|Letter from Bernhard and Margaret to Phyllis Naidoo||
Thank you so much for the two letters which we received during the past week.
|Presentation of slide show Pastors visits to Europe||
Various photographed slides of different parts of the World
|Letter from Helen to Phyllis Naidoo||
Hey Phyl – so good to hear from you at last but I’m mad at you for not coming this way and for not getting in touch when you were in Europe!!!
|Letter from Bernhard to Phyllis Naidoo||
I use the time of this nice and peaceful Sunday afternoon to drop a line to you.
|Letter from Benhard and Margarete to Phyllis Naidoo||
This time I don’t want to wait as long as last time to write to you.
|Letter from a friend to Phyllis Naidoo||
How is life over there in the mountain kingdom? Fine, I hope.
|Letter from Betty to Phyllis Naidoo||
Sorry for not writing to you for so long. In fact, we hope that you would pass us while you were in Europe. No time thank you for everything you have done for bringing Samora.
|The Indians in South Africa||
South Africa herself belongs rightly to the West. It was from the countries of Europe that her early settlers came, yet it is significant that she first attracted public attention as a possible half-way house between East and West.
|Letter from Alan Paton to Dr Herriott|
|Letter from Alan Paton to Mrs Lowthorp|