|Gandhi (nd from the right) at Volksrust at the time of his arrest in connection with the 1913 strike. On his left is Miss Schlesin (his secretary) and on his right, H Kallenbach, a co-worker.||
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|Letter from C R Halle to the Secretary of the YMCA|
|Letter from Canon L John Collins to Phyllis Naidoo||
Your letter of 13th May was awaiting me on my return from holiday.
|Letter from Chairman Rag Allocation Committee to the Secretary of the YMCA|
|Letter from E V Burton to The Secretary, YMCA|
|Letter from Gwen and Frank to Phyllis Naidoo||
Thank you for your letter and the newspaper cutting, showing Bill Morris, our Transport and General Workers Union secretary, lurking in your Sunday papers. We are pleased that he has visited your country, and spoken to your trade union members.
|Letter from Kathleen King to Mr and Mrs Paton|
|Letter from Mrs Paton to C F Turner|
|Letter from Native Commissioner to the Secretary of the YMCA|
|Letter from Native Commissioner to the Secretary, YMCA|
|Letter from Peter Brown to Miss Bush|
|Letter from Peter Brown to Mr Lester|
|Letter from Semenekane to Phyllis Naidoo||
Yesterday I sent a telegram to our assistant secretary (Mrs Mokgobo) explaining my difficulties here.
|Letter from Stan White to the Secretary of the YMCA|
|Letter from T Weir to Alan Paton|
|Letter from the Accountant of Barclays Bank to the Secretary YMCA|
|Letter from the Bursars Secretary, Michaelhouse to the Secretary, YMCA|
|Letter from the Chairman of the YMCA to the Secretary of the YMCA|
|Letter from the Chairman, YMCA to the Secretary of the Joint Rag Allocations Committee|
|Letter from the District Representative to the Secretary, YMCA|