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Letter from Kate to Phyllis Naidoo

This holiday season let us believe that together we can make a difference. Peace on earth and goodwill to all. Thank you so much for your letter of the 23rd January, 1997 which arrived today. I doubt very much whether this will reach you before you leave on the 13th February.

Letter from Josephine to Phyllis Naidoo

This is the last time I shall have the privilege of writing this annual newsletter to you all, as my present 5-year term of \ office ends in September 1997 and we shall then be electing a new Prioress. Please pray we may be guided b; the Holy Spirit in that election.

Letter from Helga and Gunter Reichow to Phyllis Naidoo

We wish you a very and a ' happy Christmas, successful New Year. That you don't forget our faces.  Another year has nearly passed. Now we are back in Berlin. Since 1 year and 9 month and we are slowly getting used to life here. It took actually longer than we thought Berlin has changed a lot.

Letter from Phyllis Naidoo to Mother and Sisters

My dear mother and sisters. Mike Neocosmos, Prisla his wife & 2 children from Lesotho are here - slept overnight & on their way to Maseru at +- 8 am. So I am taking this opportunity to send you the following.

Postcard from Kate to Phyllis Naidoo

Real healing is taking place here. Self restoration. On a more extended plan, the contrast between Mission life (we are a mission, it seems) at the Lesotho sun.

University Report: BBC African Service, no. 177, 1971
University Report: BBC African Service, no. 165, 1971
University Report: BBC African Service, no. 163, 1971
Non-racialism: Botswana, Lesotho and Swaziland
Arts and Africa: BBC African Service, no. 169
BBC African Service, no. 56, 1969
Letter to the Prime Minister of Lesotho from Phyllis Naidoo dated 24th December 1982

Letter to the Prime Minister of Lesotho from Phyllis Naidoo dated 24th December 1982

Letter to Maria from Phyllis Naidoo dates 3rd March 1980

Letter to Maria from Phyllis Naidoo dates 3rd March 1980

A group of young women initiates, Lesotho

 

Handwritten label on page (possibly written by archivist who sorted the collection): "Sotho girl initiates"

 

Men on horseback in Maseru, Lesotho, 24 February 1906

 

 

Label on photograph: "High Comm[r] Maseru 24/2/06"  

Note: High Comm[r] is possibly the British High Commissioner for Southern Africa.  In 1906 the High Commissioner was William Palmer, 2nd Earl of Selborne.
 

Basutoland officials

 

Handwritten label on page: "Basutoland officials"

 

Description:  A group of nine men standing or seated outside a building.  The picture is taken in front of a lattice verandah fence.  Four of the men are wearing military uniform.

 

Mount Qiloane, Lesotho

 

Unlabelled photograph

 

Description: The photograph appears to depict Mount Qiloane in the background.  In the middle distance, before the mountain, there is a building which appears to be a church, with a portico or porch at the front of the building.  

Road at the foot of Leloaleng, 1900

 

Handwritten label on page: "Route an bas de Leloaleng 1900"

 

Ramseyer/ Kruger family papers (KCM 96/2) ;

File 28 ;

Page 33b

 

Industrial School Leloaleng, Lesotho (4)

 

Handwritten label on page: "Industrial School Leloaleng"
         

Industrial School Leloaleng, Lesotho (3)

 

Handwritten label on page: "Industrial School Leloaleng"
         

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