16 boxes (5.33 cu.ft.)
About Margaret Carson Hubbard
Margaret Carson Hubbard was born in Clinton, Iowa on July 27, 1897. After graduating from Vassar College in 1919, she worked in advertising in New York City. She accompanied her husband Wynant, a geologist, to Northern Rhodesia in 1922 to capture animals for zoos. This was the beginning of her lifelong interest in Africa, a source of many adventures. After her divorce, she returned to Africa in 1936 to film a documentary, the first of a number of trips to make films or to develop research material for her books or articles on Africa. During World War II, Mrs. Hubbard was employed by the United States War Department African section as an analyst. After the war, she was Vice Consul in the Auxiliary Foreign Service in Pretoria in 1946-47. From the 1930s through the late 1960s, she wrote several books and articles on Africa for such publications as Atlantic Monthly, Christian Science Monitor, and The Toronto Star. Mrs. Hubbard also produced three films about African life and wrote three books on Africa: No One To Blame (1934), African Gamble (1937), and Boss Chambale (1957). In 1977, she received an honorary doctor of humane letters degree from the University of New Hampshire in recognition of her “exploration and interpretation of African life, an effort begun more than 50 years ago” which has “given the American people and their government invaluable resources in gaining knowledge of that continent and its life”. She died in Burlington, Vermont on January 17, 1989.
About the Margaret Carson Hubbard collection
The Margaret Carson Hubbard Collection consists of material reflecting the personal and professional life of Mrs. Hubbard, as well as publications and information regarding the continent of Africa. Most of these latter materials were published in Africa, and were collected by Mrs. Hubbard as resource material for her writings. Papers relating to her relatively brief experience in military intelligence are found in various places within the African material, and are marked “Intelligence Reports.” The collection encompasses a wide variety of media, from personal notes and correspondence to publications, maps, photographic, and audio materials. The collection is particularly helpful as a witness to the changing face of Africa, from the late 1920s through the turbulent 1060s.
- Personal Papers
- Biographical and Personal Material
- Government Service Personnel Records
- About Margaret Carson Hubbard
- African Material
- Audio-Visual Material
- Oversize Items
I. Personal Material
|f.1||Letters written by Margaret Carson Hubbard, July 11, 1935-Jan 6, 1952|
|f.2||Letters written by Margaret Carson Hubbard, March 23, 1953-Aug 7, 1958|
|f.3||Letters written by Margaret Carson Hubbard, April 6, 1959-Oct 25, 1959|
|f.4||Letters written by Margaret Carson Hubbard, Nov 3, 1959-Dec 2, 1959|
|f.5||Letters written by Margaret Carson Hubbard, Jan 30, 1960-Oct 22, 1961|
|f.6||Letters written by Margaret Carson Hubbard, Nov 7, 1961-Dec 21, 1961|
|f.7||Letters written by Margaret Carson Hubbard, Jan 17, 1962-Sept 3, 1974|
|f.8||Personal correspondence to MCH: Adamson-Burton|
|f.9||Personal correspondence to MCH: Dale Carnegie-Betty Dumaine|
|f.10||Personal correspondence to MCH: Franz Emerrich-Thomas Lamond|
|f.11||Personal correspondence to MCH: Margaret McCallum-Zelia Ruebhausen|
|f.12||Personal correspondence to MCH: Randal Sadleir-William Stubbs|
|f.13||Personal correspondence to MCH: Ken Tait-James C. Wilson|
|f.14||Business correspondence, Atlantic Monthly, 1947-1959|
|f.15||Business correspondence, Atlantic Monthly, 1960-1974|
|f.16||Business correspondence, American Metal Climax, Inc.-Galbraith Welch Dwyer|
|f.17||Business correspondence, East Africa Tourist Travel Association-First National Pictures, Inc.|
|f.18||Business correspondence, Harvard College-Lord & Taylor|
|f.19||Business correspondence, Massachusetts Institute of Technology – Office of the Minister for Rhodesia & Nyasaland Affairs|
|f.20||Business correspondence, Pan-Am-Paramount Pictures|
|f.21||Business correspondence, Reader’s Digest-Sun Life Assurance|
|f.22||Business correspondence, Toledo Blade-World Affairs Center|
|f.24||Letters written by others to others|
B. Biographical and Personal Material
|f.1||Birth certificate, vita sheets, promotional flyers, publicity material, partial list of publications, partial list of lectures, honorary degree information, obituary|
|f.2||Passports, membership cards, residence permits, travel cards, business and calling cards, list of artifacts acquired from the Ba Ila in 1927-28, “Notes for Mrs. Hubbard: Oct 23, 1959″ (background information for African trip)|
|f.3||List of artifacts offered to the Brooklyn Museum, June 16, 1936|
|f.4||Temple University Conference on Visual Anthropology. Program material, March 6-9, 1974. Conference at which MCH’s motion picture “Liebalala” was shown|
|See also Box 14 for scrapbook compiled by MCH|
C. Government Service and Personnel Records
|f.5||War Department Military Intelligence Service, 1943-1945|
|f.6||Department of State Foreign Service, 1946|
|f.7||Miscellaneous handwritten notes by MCH|
|f.8||Miscellaneous handwritten notes by MCH|
|f.9||Handwritten notebook by MCH|
|f.10||Shooting script for motion pictures:
“Sequence Reel I” through “Sequence Reel VI” with additional notes. Handwritten. 1928. 15pp.
“Gold–Daggafontein.” Typewritten, with handwritten notes. No date. 3pp.
“Daggafontein.” Typewritten, with handwritten notes. No date. 4pp.
|f.11||Research Materials on James Barry:
“James Barry: Extract from the Dictionary of National Biography.” With quotes from “two old papers (date of publication unknown)” containing information on Barry.Typewritten page marked “Copy.” No date. 1p.
Letter from The War Office, London, reference the availability of the book Dr. James Barry: Her Secret Story. July 17, 1947. 1p.
Letter from The War Office, London, reference the availability of the personal file of Dr. James Barry. Oct 20, 1947. 1p.
Bibliography regarding Barry. Typewritten, with handwritten note. No date. 1p.
“Dr. James Barry: Bibliography.” Typewritten. No date.
Original + carbon copy. Carbon has handwritten note. 2pp.
“Bibliography and Material Used.” Bibliography and reference list regarding Barry. Typewritten page marked “Copy.” No author. No date. 2pp.
Small scrap of paper, with four handwritten references to material regarding Barry. No date.
|f.12||Typewritten articles by MCH:
“Trusteeship for South West Africa.” 1948. 4pp.
Drafts of above article.
“The ‘Ware’ Afrikaner’s Republic Might Increase Race Tension.” April 1950. 4pp.
“South African Dilemma.” June 24, 1950. 4pp.
“African Report.” [Written for Atlantic Monthly, with cover letter to Mrs. Emily Flint, of the Atlantic Monthly staff], June 22, 1958. 8pp.
“Brief Description of Barotse Picture Produced and Directed by Margaret Carson Hubbard in Barotseland, N. Rhodesia, 1935.” No date. 2pp.
“List of Names and Organizations in Africa from Margaret C. Hubbard.” No date. 3pp.
“What I Learned from Africa. (Reader’s Digest).” No date. 6pp.
|f.13||“An American Policy for Africa and How It Grew.” Marked “Not for Publication.”
Mimeographed article. No date. 12pp. 2 copies. With Registration of a Claim to Copyright for this article, dated July 1959
|f.14||Presentations and proposals by MCH:
“As Africans See Africa.” Address given to the Brigham Young University Student Body. 3/19/62. 11 pp. 2 copies
“Memo Concerning a Discussion of Africa South of the Sahara and its Pertinence to Various Departments of Study.” With cover letter. Course proposal. Ditto. No date. [Typed note on one copy: "Sent in 1947 to a small list of..."] Letter + 3 pp. 2 copies
“Memo Concerning a Discussion of Africa South of the Sahara and its Pertinence to Various Departments of Study.” With cover letter. Course proposal. Ditto. No date. [Typed note on one copy: "Sent in 1947 to a small list of..."] Letter + 3 pp. 2 copies
|f.15||“Raising Babies with Wild Beasts for Neighbors.” Literary Digest, Sept 12, 1925, p.36. Photocopy.
“My Babies in the Bush.” Asia, May 1926, p.436. Photocopy.
“In the African Bush.” Vassar Quarterly, December 1926, p.15. Photocopy
|f.16||“The Up-Country Trek.” Cunarder, July 1930, p.8. Photocopy. “Africa for Actors.” Esquire, Autumn 1933, p.71|
|f.17||“No Word for ‘Thank You’.” Liberty, Aug 23, 1943, p.17. Photocopy.
“Those Barotse!” Natural History, February 1950, p.56. Original + photocopy
|f.18||“Rev. Scott Squares It with the Gospel.” Common Cause, November 1950, p.213. Photocopy.
“The Atlantic Report on the World Today: South Africa.” Atlantic, August 1951, p.8
|f.19||“The Atlantic Report on the World Today: South Africa.” Atlantic, September 1953, p.15, and August 1958, p.18 (photocopy)|
|f.20||“The Threat of African Tribalism.” Atlantic, January 1961, p.45. Photocopy.
“Pleasures and Places: Zanzibar.” Atlantic, September 1962, p.106. Original + photocopy
|f.21||“South Africa Shows It Desires Isolation.” Nashville Banner, May 31, 1948, p.1. Photocopy.
“Le Leopard, terreur de la Jungle.” La Patrie, March 27, 1949, p.26.
“South Africans Await Next Step by Natives.” Christian Science Monitor, 4/17/52, n.p.
|f.22||Thirty-nine reviews published in New York Herald-Tribune Books, 1934-1947. Photocopies.|
|f.23||Twenty-three book reviews published in The New York Herald-Tribune Weekly Book Review and Christian Science Monitor, 1948-1952. Photocopies.|
E. About Margaret Carson Hubbard
|f.24||Book reviews of MCH’s writings:
Hassoldt Davis, [Review of] “African Gamble.” Typewritten text. No date. 2pp. “Critiques of Boss Chambale. Written by 4th Grade Boys to Whom the Story was Read.” Individual handwritten papers. March 2, 1954.
Typewritten text of selections from the above. No date. 3pp.
“On No One To Blame.” Mimeographed sheet containing 3 reviews. No date.
|f.25||Scrapbook of newspaper clippings of book reviews of MCH’s work, 1934-1936.|
|f.1||Newsclippings of book reviews of MCH’s work, 1934-1938, and 1957. Photocopies.|
|f.2||Crowell Books advertising sheets and catalog for MCH’s work.
“Crowell Books for Boys and Girls, Spring 1957.”
Advertising tear sheet from unidentified magazine. No date. 1p.
“Crowell Books for Boys and Girls, Spring 1957.” Flyer.
“Crowell Books for School and Public Libraries.” Catalog. No date. 68pp.
|f.3||“An Interesting Article.” Church Chimes. Chicago: Lake View Presbyterian Church, July, 1926. pp.6-7. Complete issue and photocopy of article. [Discussion of "My Babies in the Bush" in May 1926 Asia. MCH's father was former pastor of Lake View Church.]|
|f.4||Newspaper clippings with MCH as subject, 1934-36. Photocopies.|
|f.5||Newspaper clippings with MCH as subject. Photocopies.
“Liberty Surge in Africa Seen Inspired by U.S.” Burlington Free Press, 7/28/60.
“Exhibit Throws Light on Dark Continent.” Burlington Free Press, 3/15/65.
“Two Exhibits Open New Season at University’s Art Galleries.” Campus Journal, University of New Hampshire. 9/9/76.
|ff.6-7||Typed reports and handwritten sheets detailing Nazi Party connections in the South African mining concern the Overseas Trust Corporation. No author [MCH]. Mostly undated. 4/11/39-3/22/46 [?].|
II. African Material
|f.8||“Winds Out of Africa,” text of an address by Clarence B. Randall, delivered 4/3/63. 9pp. Pamphlet.
Four travel brochures.
Africa Report Magazine. January, May, 1964.
Map: The Status of Nature Preserves in Africa, 1933.
|f.9||“Africa Today Magazine. November/December, 1958; June, November, 1960.
Carnegie Corporation of New York Quarterly. April, 1963.
Colonial Review Magazine. September, 1944.
The Lamp Magazine. Summer, 1963.
The National Voter. Newsletter. November/December, 1962. Photocopy.
|f.10||“”Pan American Airways, Inc.: South Atlantic Certificate Proceeding. Brief History of Pan American Airways: Service to Africa.” Typewritten document. No author. No date [1945?]. 6pp.
Bernard Blankenheimer, “Private Enterprise in Africa.” Mimeographed article. No date. [1953?] 12pp.
Asuquo A. Obot, “An Essay on Strengthening African-American Relations.” Institute of African-American Relations. 1955. 10pp.
African-American Bulletin. [Month?], 1955; March, 1956.
Africa 1960. Newsletter. 5/20/60.
Africa 1961-62. Newsletter. 11/17/61.
“The Changing Face of Africa.” Unesco Courier. February, 1961. No author. 4pp.
J. Coleman, “The Emergence of African Political Parties.” Mimeographed article. No date. 24pp.
E. Wm. Moran, Jr., “Africa and U.S. Assistance.” Mimeographed article. No date. 8pp.
“Introduction to Africa: A Selective Guide to Background Reading.” Advertising brochure from University Press of Washington for the book of that title. No date.
“Selected Economic Bibliography on Africa.” Mimeographed list. No author. No date. pp. 4-6 only.
|f.11||“Encounter Magazine. September, 1965.|
|f.12||“Organization for European Economic Cooperation, Investments in Overseas Territories in Africa, South of the Sahara. Booklet. 1951. 106pp.|
|f.13||“British Africa Monthly, December 1947.
Book review column, The Central African Examiner, March 29, 1958.
“The Atlantic Report: Central Africa.” No author credited, n.d.
Arnold Toynbee, “History’s Warning To Africa,” Optima, June 1959, pp. 55-59.
J.P. McDonagh, “Capital For Developing East and Central Africa,” Optima, June 1959, pp. 106-112.
The New Republic, Dec. 28, 1963, pp. 10-13.
C.M. Penny, “Nursing in Central Africa,” reprinted from The Nursing Times, Nov. 27, 1959.
Mary Roblee Henry, “Africa: The New Grand Tour”; Susan Greenburg Wood, “Marchesa Sieuwke Bisleti in Kenya,” Vogue, July 1963.
“Cradle of Tomorrow,” Time, May 20, 1957, pp. 64-81.
F. Rodseth, “More African Taboos,” Optima, Sept. 1958, pp.147-154.
Eugene R. Black, “How the World Bank is Helping to Develop Africa,” Optima, Sept. 1958, pp. 105-112.
Edward G. McGrath, “Independence Sweeps Across Africa,” Boston Sunday Globe, Jan. 17, 1965, pp.31-33.
|f.14||“Six newspaper clippings from The Rhodesia Herald, The Northern News, and Free Press, 1950-1960. Photocopies.|
|f.15||Series of articles on African colonial policy reprinted from World Affairs. June 1944.
Series of articles on Africa and the Western World reprinted from The Annals of the American Academy of Political and Social Science, July 1956.
F. Taylor Ostrander, “Problems of African Economic Development.” Address delivered 2/16/60. 26pp.
F. Taylor Ostrander, “Some Factors Influencing Large-Scale Investment in Africa.” Address delivered 12/29/60. 15pp.
|f.16||“Report of The Colonial Primary Products Committee , “Food from Africa.” The British Africa Monthly, May 1948. 2pp.
“Europe’s African Estate…Impressions of Central Africa – by the Editor.” The British Africa Monthly, December 1948, pp.13-16.
Elspeth Huxley, “British Arms in Africa”. Foreign Affairs, October 1949, pp.43-55.
Keith Kyle, “This Strange Thing Called African Socialism.” The Reporter, 6/6/63, pp.27-29.
|f.17||“Press Digest, No. 50, Dec. 18, 1958.
Twenty-one newspaper clippings from a variety of newspapers, including The Burlington Free Press, The Rhodesia Herald, The Boston Globe, and the Manchester Guardian Weekly.
|f.18||“Mrs. Alexander M. White, Jr., “United Nations: The African Assembly.” The National Voter, League of Women Voters of the United States, January, 1967, p.3.
“U.N. Action in Katanga.” Letters to the Editor. Manchester Guardian Weekly, 9/28/61, p.15.
|f.19||“Conference of Independent African States: Official Handbook, April, 1958. 43 pp. + maps.
Ethiopia Observer dedicated to the Conference of Independent African States, April, 1958.
|f.20||“Conference of Independent African States: List of delegates, speeches, proceedings, April 1958.|
|f.21||“Conference of Independent African States: photocopies of entire issue of two newspapers: Daily Graphic and Guinea Times, both April 16, 1958.|
|f.1||Women’s Africa Committee of the African-American Institute. News release announcing formation of this committee, 7/6/59. 1p. Progress Report #2, July, 1959. 2pp.|
|f.2||Major G. Tylden, Early Days in Maseru. “Sold in Aid of the Funds of the Basutoland Branch of the South African Legion of the British Empire Service League.” 1944. Booklet. 39 pp.
The Basutoland Witness. Morija, Basutoland: The Paris Evangelical Missionary Society, July-October 1949; July-September, 1951; January-March, 1952.
Colonial Reports: Basutoland 1950. Maseru: Commonwealth Relations Office, Comptroller of Stores. 73 pp. + map of Basutoland. Booklet.
Morija Sesuto Book Depot. Lists; songs reprint, 1950; 1952.
Blank photographic greeting card, unidentified waterfall scene.
|f.3||G.L. Hunter, “Great Basutoland Conservation Scheme Nears Completion.” Reprinted from The Farmer’s Weekly, 11/21/51. 5pp. With handwritten notes on one page.
“Conservation Achievements in Basutoland.” Reprint of”The Leading Article published in The Farmer’s Weekly, Wednesday, November 28, 1951.” 1 mimeographed page.
“S.A. Racialism an Influence on Murders in Basutoland?” Book review of Hugh Ashton’s The Basuto. The Star, Johannesburg, 3/20/52. No author.
“Ritual Murder: The Racket in Human Lives.” Drum, April, 1952, pp.25-31.
Mochochonono: The Comet. Complete issue of newspaper published in Maseru, Basutoland, 3/8/52.
“‘White Coal’ from Basutoland.” Editorial, The African Market, July, 1954. 1p.
Enid Bagnold, “The Everlasting Plateau: Basutoland.” Atlantic Monthly, no date, pp.40-43.
|f.4||“House of Lords to Debate Seretse Banishment Today.” Star. 3/31/52.|
|f.5||Two newspaper clippings: “Stones “Showered” on Police,” 6/21/72 and “Botswana Warns Aliens,” 11/1/66. Photocopies. 1p. each.|
|f.6||Central African Examiner, March-May 1960.|
|f.7||Central African Examiner, July, October, December 1960.|
|f.8||Central African Examiner, May-August 1961.|
|f.9||Central African Examiner, September-December 1961.|
|f.10||Central African Examiner, January-June 1962.|
|f.11||Central African Examiner, July-December 1962.|
|f.12||Central African Examiner, January-April 1963.|
|f.13||Central African Examiner, February-June 1964.|
|f.14||Central African Examiner, July-November 1964.|
|f.15||Central African Examiner, February, March, June, July 1965.|
|f.16||Central African Examiner, August, October, November, Christmas 1965.|
|f.17||Five newspaper clippings, March, 1960. Photocopies. 1p. each.|
|f.18||Travel brochures and information.|
|f.19||Katanga Calling, 3/30/61-2/1/63 with gaps. Newsletter.|
|f.1||White Book of the Katanga Government about the outlaw activities in some baluba areas, [1961?]. 67pp. text and 33 photographs.|
|f.2||“American Friends of Katanga” and “Americans For Katanga”: letters, newsletters, flyers, 1961, 1963.|
|f.3||“Improper Confinement and Trial of Dr. Moise Thsombe,” Congressional Record, May 8, 1961.
Hon. Donald C. Bruce, “Betrayal in the Congo,” Congressional Record, Sept. 12, 1961.
Hon. Thomas J. Dodd, “The Real Facts About the Congo Crisis,” Congressional Record, Sept. 22, 1961.
“United States Mission to the United Nations,” Press Release, Dec. 13, 1961.
Hon. Thomas J. Dodd, “The Congo Crisis and the Need For Conciliation,” Congressional Record, Aug. 3, 1962.
“The Struelens Case: Report of the Subcommittee to Investigate the Administration of the Internal Security Act and Other Internal Security Laws,” Visa Procedures of the Department of State, Aug. 9, 1962.
Hon. Donald C. Bruce, “Is Katanga on the Auction Block?” Congressional Record, Sept. 12, 1962.
|f.4||David E. Reed, “Pigmy Hunt,” Institute of Current World Affairs, March 8, 1955 (report in form of a letter).
Peter Bird Martin, “Pygmies of the Ituri Forest,” Institute of Current World Affairs, March 8, 1955 (report in form of a letter).
George M. Houser, “The Congo Revisited,” Nov. 28, 1960.
“Congo Intrigue,” The Dan Smoot Report, Nov. 19, 1962.
“How U.N. Indian troops respect the Red Cross symbol and the rules of war,” A protest from Katanga doctors, 1961.
Map showing results of elections held in May 1960 in Congo and areas inhabited by the Baluba and Balubaised in Katanga.
|f.5||Russell Warren Howe, “The Congo: Plugging a Sieve with Pinheads,” The Reporter, 10/10/63. 2pp.
Robert L. Pendleton, “The Belgian Congo: Impressions of a Changing Region,” The Geographical Review, July 1949, pp.371-400.
“The Congo,” Atlantic Report, n.d., 4pp.
|f.6||Forty-six newspaper clippings about the Congo, 1960-1965. Photocopies.|
|f.7||Ratcliffe and Elphinstone, Bart, The New English-Swahili Phrase Book, March, 1957.
“East Africa,” Atlantic Report, n.d., 4pp.
Brochures, map, magazine articles re; exploring East Africa.
|f.8||Four newspaper clippings, 1960. Photocopies.|
|f.9||Gamal Abdul Nasser, “Gamal Abdul Nasser Expounds the Philosophy of the Revolution,” with introduction by Dick Nolte. Institute of Current World Affairs, 3/8/54, 36pp.
J.H. Huizinga, “Egypt and the Watch on the Canal Zone,” The Manchester Guardian Weekly, April 5, 1951, p.5.
J.H. Huizinga, “Egypt’s Claim To Control in the Sudan,” The Manchester Guardian Weekly, April 12, 1951, p.5.
|f.10||Two newspaper clippings, 1948 and 1951 (photocopy).|
|f.11||Patrick O’Donovan, “The Magic of Nationalism,” The Reporter, Sept. 18, 1951, pp. 31-33.
Frederick S. Arkhurst, “Recent Economic and Social Trends in the Gold Coast,” The Institute of African-American Relations, Jan. 31, 1955. Lecture. 11pp.
New Ghana, March 6, 1958.
“A New Broadcasting House: The Story of Radio Ghana.” March 1958. 22pp booklet.
“The Ghana Airline.” Press Release. April 14, 1958. 1p.
“The Ceremony of Welcome to the Delegates of Independent African States.” Program. April 16, 1958. 6pp.
|f.12||Fifteen newspaper clippings, 1952-1965. Photocopies.|
|f.13||“Guinea Leans On Russia, Arms Pour Into Conakry,” May 6, 1960 clipping from an unidentified newspaper.|
|f.14||Colin Maher, “Looking Abroad, Looking Around, Looking Ahead: Reflections on Land Policies with Special Reference to Kenya Problems,” 1943, 58pp.
Alistair Matheson, “The Tribes of Kenya,” [1950?], 48pp.
Committee For Racial Co-operation in Kenya, “Kenya 1960,” Jan. 11, 1960.
Travel brochures and tourist information.
|f.15||“Royal National Parks of Kenya,” 1958.
“A Guide to Mombasa and the Coast.”
“Mount Kenya Safari Club.”
Hon. E.A.Vasey, C.M.G., “The 1959-60 Budget [of the Colony and Protectorate of Kenya],” April 29, 1959.
|f.16||Edwin S. Munger, “Water Problems of Kitui District, Kenya,”Oct. 1950. Clipping.
Carl G. Rosberg, Jr., “Kenyatta’s Three Alternatives,” p.3-4. Clipping.
“Kenya,” The Atlantic Report, 1964.
Santha Ramu Rau, “The Trial of Jomo Kenyatta,” The Reporter, March 16, 1954. Clipping.
“British East Africa,” The Atlantic Report.
|f.17||Fifty-nine newspaper clippings, 1960. Photocopies.|
|f.18||Forty-seven newspaper clippings, 1947-1969 (mostly 1960). Photocopies.|
|f.19||“Mr. Drum Finds Out: Mau Mau: The Story Behind Kenya’s Terrorists.” Drum, December 1952, pp.14-17, 33.
Kenya News Press Office Handouts: “Proscription of Kiama Kia Muingi.” No. 29, 1/15/58, 2pp.
“Suspected K.K.M. Leaders Taken into Custody.” No.245, 4/13/58, 2pp.
“More Suspected K.K.M. Leaders Taken into Custody.” No.312, 5/19/58, 2pp.
“Kenya During and After Mau Mau.” No. 370, October, 1958, 7pp.
“Restriction Orders on Jomo Kenyatta and Four Others.” No. 230, 4/14/59, 1p.
“Success of Mau Mau Detainee Rehabilitation.”No. 265, 5/4/59, 3pp.
|f.1||Vernon McKay, “U.S. Group Raises Capital To Develop Liberia’s Resources,” Foreign Policy Bulletin, Nov. 21, 1947.
Griffith J. Davis, “Iron Boom in Liberia,” Steelways, Sept. 1951, pp.21-24.
Professor Arthur C. Bining, “Birth of an Industry,” Steelways, February 1954, pp.12-16.
“Liberia: Symbol of the Free Enterprise System in Africa – Welcomes Foreign Capital,” The New York Times, July 25, 1965 Section 11.
“President Willima V.S. Tubman of Liberia,” The New York Times, Nov. 27, 1966 Section 11.
|f.2||“Future of Italian Colonies.” Argus, 4/30/46.|
|f.3||“Malawi’s Pioneers.” Christian Science Monitor, 9/4/65.|
|f.4||“Small Scale Slave Trade Still Detected in Nigeria.” [unidentified Vermont newspaper], no date.|
|f.5||Southern Rhodesia Information Service, Southern Rhodesia in Brief 1964, 30pp.
Federal Information Department, Rhodesia and Nyasaland in Brief, 1959, 46pp.
Federal Information Department, The Federation of Rhodesia and Nyasaland: The Facts, 1959, 38pp.
A. Sylvester Massiye, The Lonely Village, 1951, 48pp.
Native Affairs Department, Welcome to Southern Rhodesia-Meet Our African People, January, 1958, 12pp.
Tourist and travel brochures.
Pan American World Airways, “Victoria Falls Rivals Niagara.” Press Release. No date. [6/23/58?], 3pp.
Curtis Prendergast, “The Fastest-Growing Country in Africa,” Fortune, March 1958, pp. 122-136 and on.
|f.6||Northern Rhodesia Government Information Department, Nsefu Game Camp: Game in Northern Rhodesia, n.d., 15pp.
Northern Rhodesia: A Country With a Future, n.d., 7pp.
Southern Rhodesia Information Service, Meet the African, April 1961, 48pp.
Victoria Falls Office of Federal Tourist Development and the Game Department of the Northern Rhodesia Government, Game Viewing Camps of the Eastern Province of Northern Rhodesia, n.d. [11/55?], 22pp. With handwritten notes by MCH.
Game Ranger, Fort Jameson and Tourist Officer, Livingstone, The Sportsman’s Guide and Handbook to the Hunting Areas of the Eastern Province of Northern Rhodesia, 1950. 43pp.
Holidays in Northern Rhodesia, January, 1955. 20pp.
|f.7||Edgar E. Foster, “Potential Utilization of the Kafue Flats of Northern Rhodesia,” The Geographical Review, July 1953.
G. Melvyn Howe, “Climates of the Rhodesias and Nyasaland According to the Thornwaite Classification,” The Geographical Review, Oct. 1953.
Peter Scott, “Migrant Labor in Southern Rhodesia,” The Geographical Review, January 1954.
Rhodesian Selection Trust Group of Companies, Kafue Flats: The Granary of the Federation?, 1958.
Federal Information Department, Salisbury, Rhodesia and Nyasaland, Success Stories: African Achievement in Rhodesia and Nyasaland, 1960.
|f.8||Federation of Rhodesia and Nyasaland, The Case for Independence and A Guide for the Investor, both 1959.|
|f.9||Northern Rhodesia Information Department, Colonial Reports: Northern Rhodesia, 1951, 1952, and The Northern Rhodesia Handbook, repr. 1951.|
|f.10||Colonial Office, Report on Northern Rhodesia For The Year 1959, 135pp. With handwritten notes by MCH.
Greetings from “Kariba,” Southern Rhodesia.
Kariba Dam technical data. Information card.
The Kariba Project. Statement by the Minister of Power on the Financial Details of the Project, Feb. 1956, 16pp.
The Kariba Project. A brief description, n.d., 32pp.
|f.11||1951 Agreement between Northern Rhodesia Mine Workers Union and [various mines, refineries, and a power corporation], Sept. 1, 1951, 33pp.
Memorandum of Agreement between Northern Rhodesia Mine Workers Union and [various mines and refineries], Sept. 27, 1955.
Schedule of pay rates for mine workers. Undated.
Offical Report of the Debate on the Draft Federal Scheme, 1952, 85pp.
|f.12||American Committee on Africa, Africa Today Pamphlets: 4. The Federation of Rhodesia and Nyasaland: The Future of a Dilemma, 1959, 40pp.
University of London, Scheme of Special Relation with the University College of Rhodesia and Nyasaland: Regulations, May 1959.
|f.13||Her Majesty’s Stationery Office, Report of the Advisory Commission on the Review of the Constitution of Rhodesia and Nyasaland, 1960.
Possible Constitutional Changes, 1960. Appendix VII to the above.
|f.1||Horizon, May & Nov. 1959, Feb. 1960.|
|f.2||Luntandanya. Newspaper. 1/17/59; 5/23/59; 6/6/59 (original and photocopies).|
|f.3||Luntandanya. Newspaper. 8/1/59; 8/15/59; 10/24/59 (original and photocopies).|
|f.4||Luntandanya. Newspaper. 12/5/59; 1/2/60; 2/13/60 (original and photocopies).|
|f.5||Luntandanya. Newspaper. 2/27/60; 3/12/60; 3/26/60 (original and photocopies).|
|f.6||Southern Rhodesia News Review. Newsletter. Feb., April-Sept., Nov. 1964.|
|f.7||African Life. Newspaper, April 1960 (original and photocopy).
East Africa and Rhodesia. Magazine, 9/4/52.
|f.8||The African Roan Antelope, Newspaper, Jan. 1958.
James Halliday, “Economy and the State of the Union,” Blackwood’s Magazine, Sept. [1963?], pp. 198-212.
“Something To Beat The Drum About: Christians in Action in Southern Rhodesia,” Fact paper 6, June 1959.
The Rhodes-Livingstone Institute for Social Research. Lusaka, Northern Rhodesia, pamphlet.
Nchanga Newsletter, July 22, Aug. 5, 1960.
Africa Literacy and Writing Centre, four newsletters, 1959-1960.
|f.9||United Northern Rhodesia Association Constitution, n.d.
“Dateline Salisbury…Southern Rhodesia: An Independent Report,” by C.W. Gusewelle, n.d., 11pp.
“The Situation in Southern Rhodesia: A Statement by the Southern Rhodesia Government,” June 1964, 8pp.
Broadcast Statement by the Prime minister of Southern Rhodesia on Independence. Special press release, June 25, 1964.
Press releases: “Tributes from all sections of the community,” May 1964; “University College of Rhodesia & Nyasaland Agreement on Future as an Independent Institution,” Press Communique No. 171: June 4, 1964; “Passports and Citizenship,” May 1964.
“Some Rhodesian Mines Bow To European Union on Promoting Natives,” The Wall Street Journal, Wed. Dec. 8, 1954.
“Mining Activities and African Advancement in Northern Rhodesia,” Feb. 21, 1957, 6pp.
Transatlantic Report: Rhodesia, Atlantic, Sept. 1964.
Press Communique No. 171: Statement by Mr. Roy Welensky, March 6, 1952.
Press Communique No. 937: Industrial relations “Deteriorate,” July 27, 1953.
“Africans Demand Workers’ Rights,” July 5, 1953.
|f.10||Maps of Northern Rhodesia, 1937, 1:2000,000.
Service map of Southern Rhodesia, April 1935, 1 inch: 47 1/3 miles.
Map of South-West Africa, n.d., 1: 6,338,000.
|f.11||Institute of Current World Affairs. Reports.
Rhodesian University, May 31, 1954.
African Trade Union, February 11, 1955.
|f.12||Federation of Rhodesia and Nyasaland Newsletter. 6/23/61; 12/29/61; 1/19/62; 2/9/62; 2/16/62.|
|f.13||Federation of Rhodesia and Nyasaland Newsletter. 2/23/62; 3/2/62; 3/9/62; 3/16/62; 3/23/62.|
|f.14||Federation of Rhodesia and Nyasaland Newsletter. 5/23/63; 5/31/63; 6/7/63; 6/14/63; 6/21/63; 6/28/63.|
|f.1||Christian Council of Northern Rhodesia in Association with the World Council of Churches, Man and Community on the Copperbelt: Conference Report on the Common Christian Responsibility Toward Areas of Rapid Social Change. Mindolo Ecumenical Centre, Kitwe, Northern Rhodesia, Nov. 20-25, 1958.|
|f.2||Report of the Board of Inquiry appointed to inquire into The Advancement of Africans in the Copper Mining Industry in Northern Rhodesia (known as The Forster Report), 1954.|
|f.3||Wankie Game Reserve Visitor’s Sheet.
Nchanga Consolidated Copper Mines Limited. Report. March 1960.
|f.4||Federation of Rhodesia and Nyasaland Newsletter. 10/16/54; 11/1/54; 11/4/54; 11/18/54; 11/29/54.|
|f.5||Federation of Rhodesia and Nyasaland Newsletter. 2/15/55; 11/8/57; 11/30/57; 12/14/57; 12/31/57.|
|f.6||Federation of Rhodesia and Nyasaland Newsletter. 1/25/58; 2/21/58; 3/14/58; 3/21/58; 3/28/58.|
|f.7||Federation of Rhodesia and Nyasaland Newsletter. Miscellaneous loose pages, 1950s.|
|f.8||Press Communiques, Information Department, Lusaka, 7/26/52-11/10/53.|
|f.9||Nchanga Facts and Figures. Geographic, climatic, and mine production information. Carbon copy of two typewritten pages, undated.
The Concentrator. Copper ore processing information. Photocopy of typewritten manuscript, undated, 7pp.
The Economic and Domestic Life of the African in Tribal Areas and Its Influence on Problems of Administration In Mine Townships. Lecture II. Undated, 6pp.
File card outlining the beginning of “modern [commercial] mining history.” Typewritten, undated.
|f.10|| Meet the Press. Interview with Sir Roy Welensky, Prime Minister of the Federation of Rhodesia and Nyasaland. Transcript. 10/27/63.
C. W. DuPont, Radio Address [on the state of law and order, violence, and peace in Southern Rhodesia]. Reprinted in This is Southern Rhodesia. Newsletter, April 1964.
Rhodesian Government Printer, Medicine in Rhodesia and Nyasaland: A Challenge. Pamphlet, undated.
P. Brown, “The Lowveld,” reprinted from The Director, April, 1964. Article.
Vernon Brelsford, “The Rhodesian Way of Life,” Optima, Sept. 1958, pp. 156-162.
|f.11||Federation of Rhodesia and Nyasaland Newsletter. Miscellaneous loose pages, 1961.|
|f.12||E. Dumbutshena, “Fertile Ground For Crime,” The Central African Examiner, March 29, 1958.
“New loan for N. Rhodesia” and “RST [Rhodesian Selection Trust] results for the half-year,” The Central African Examiner, April 23, 1960.
Claire Sterling, “The End of a Dream in Southern Rhodesia,” The Reporter, May 9, 1963.
David Hapgood, “The Competition For Africa’s Students,” The Reporter, Sept. 12, 1963.
“Mr. Heath’s Duty,”editorial, The Economist, Dec. 4, 1965.
Denis Healey, “Southern Rhodesia: Davy Rides Again,” The New Republic, Nov. 23, 1965.
|f.13||Newspaper clippings from various African papers, 1935-1958 (photocopies).|
|f.14||Newspaper clippings from various African papers, Feb-March 1960 (photocopies).|
|f.15||Newspaper clippings from various African papers, April 1960 (photocopies).|
|f.16||Newspaper clippings from various African papers, May-Dec. 1960 (photocopies).|
|f.17||Newspaper clippings from various African papers, 1961-1969 (photocopies).|
|f.18||Newspaper clippings from Nchanga News, 1960-1961.
See also BOX 19 for copies of Nchanga News and Nchanga Weekly
C. South Africa
|f.19||Union of South Africa Legislative Bills (in both Afrikaans and English):
Bill… [for] a Register of the Population of the Union…[and] For the Issue of Identity cards… (As amended by the Senate.) ?/?/50.
Bill…for the Establishment of Group Areas, For the…Occupation of Land and Premises… (As amended by the Senate.) ?/?/1950.
Bill to Amend the Native Trust and Land Act of 1936. (As read a third time.) Originally 5/17/51.
|f.20||Union of South Africa Legislative Bills:
Bill to Amend the Native Labour Relation Act, 1911, The Natives Land Act, 1913, The Native Administration Act, 1927, Amendment Act, 1929, and The Natives (Urban Areas) Consolidation Act, 1945
Bill To Repeal Certain Provisions of British Bechuanaland Proclamation No. 2 of 1885 and to Repeal the Natives (Urban Areas) Amendment Act, 1945. (As read a first time.) 6/4/51.
Above bill, as read a third time. ?/?/51.
Bill to Amend the Suppression of Communism Act of 1950. (To be read a second and a third time on 6/11/51.)
Bill to Make Provision for the Separate Representation in Parliament and in the Provincial Council of the Province of the Cape of Good Hope of Europeans and Noneuropeans in That Province [and to amend the registration laws]
Bill To Establish a Board for Coloured Affairs… (As amended by the Senate.) ?/?/51.
|f.21||The Broederbond and Unie Bond.
The Afrikaner-Broederbond: A State Within A State. Johannesburg: The Campaign for Right and Justice, n.d.
Who Governs South Africa? The People Versus the Broederbond, n.d. Manuscript. [Stamped "Rec'd 16 Nov 1951".]
“Torch Commando and Broederbond,” Letter to the Editor, The Argus, 3/17/52. Newsclipping.
Newsletter digest articles: “Natal is Watching,” Natal Daily News, 5/18/51 and “The Broederbond,” Cape Times, 5/21/51.
Bond. Organization and activities. Typewritten fragment. n.d., 2pp.
Bond. Organization and activities. Handwritten page, n.d., 1p.
Broeder-Bond. Organization, with list of names.Typewritten report, n.d., 7pp.
Die Unie Bond. Organization. Typewritten report, n.d., 2pp.
Congress of Die Unie Bond. Organization, finances, rules, activities, resolutions. Typewritten report, n.d., 2pp.
Unie Bond. Secret report no. 13 by C.7, 4/24/40. 1p.
Vereeniging. Unie Bond-Broedersbond. Secret report no. 9 by C.7, 8/6/40. 1p.
50,000 Left by Mr. Neethling. Typewritten reference from Labor Bulletin, mid-May 1944. 1p.
|f.1||Travel and tourist brochures, booklets, and papers.|
|f.2||“Johannesburg Speech-Maker’s Guide.” Johannesburg facts and figures. Mimeographed paper, undated, 3pp.|
|f.4||J. Bold, Fanagalo (Kitchen Kafir) Dictionary Grammar and Phrase Book. South Africa: Central News Agency Ltd., 4th ed. rev. 1957, 80pp.|
|f.5||Alan Paton, South Africa Today. New York: Phelps-Stokes Fund Public Affairs Pamphlet No. 175, September, 1951, 32pp.|
|f.6||Africa South, January/March 1960.|
|f.7||Government of the Union of South Africa, South West Africa and the Union of South Africa: The History of a Mandate. New York: Union of South Africa Government Information Office, 1946, 108pp.|
|f.8||Information Service of South Africa, In Africa Today: The Truth That Hurts. Suppressed and expunged speech made at the United Nations on October 11, 1961 by Eric H. Louw, Minister of Foreign Affairs of the Republic of South Africa, 1961. 31pp.
Union of South Africa Government Information Office, The Indian in South Africa. Undated , 41pp.
Union of South Africa Government Information Office, Special Report, July 1957, 12pp.
|f.9||Second Report of the United Nations Commission on the Racial Situation in the Union of South Africa. (New York: United Nations General Assembly Official Records: Ninth Session, Supplement No. 16 [A/2719], 1954.) 121 pp.|
|f.10||Civil Rights League, “Democracy in Peril.” Cape Town, 1950, 15pp.|
|f.11||South African Institute of Race Relations publications.|
|f.12||South African Nationalist Party Publications.|
|f.13||South African United Party publications.|
|f.14||Roan Antelope. Magazine. Johannesburg. Publication for employees of the Roan Antelope Copper Mine. January, 1958.|
|f.15||S. Mpashi, Cekesoni Aingila Ubusoja. Cape Town: Oxford University Press, 1950, 100pp.
S. Mpashi, Uwakwensho Bushiku. Cape Town: Oxford University Press, 1950, 100pp.
Book catalog from Maskew Miller Ltd., Cape Town, 1952, 24pp.
|ff.1-4||Constitutional crisis. Newspaper clippings. Photocopies.|
|f.5||Greyshirts. News-Letter, July 1946, first two pages only. Photocopy.
Newspaper clippings. Photocopies.
a. Release of Greyshirt Leader Louis Weichardt. Handwritten note. Hubbard. 2/17/46. 1 p. b. Pangerm. Greyshirts and free speech. Typewritten report. No author. 5/23/46. 1 p. c. Secret. Pangerm. Subject: Opposition to the Ban on Greyshirt Meetings on the Rand. Typewritten report. No author. 8/9/46. 9 pp. d. Malan’s Victory Entry to City. Typewritten report. No author. 9/15/45; 4/14/46. 5 pp.
|ff.7-8||Dr. D. F. Malan. Newsclippings.|
|f.9||Dr. D. F. Malan. Newspaper clippings, newsletters.|
|f.10||Dr. D. F. Malan.
a. Policy statements
1. Prime Minister on Commonwealth Membership. Transcript of an interview. Feb 1951. 6pp.
2. South Africa’s Prime Minister Outlines Foreign Policy. Translation of a speech. Feb 1951. 12pp.
b. Intelligence reports.
1. Inquiry into the Connection Between Dr. Malan and an Alleged German Agent. Typewritten report. Hubbard. . 28pp.
2. Rough copy, clippings, and notes relating to the above report.
|ff.11-12||Mine strikes. Newspaper clippings.|
a. G. Sohnge. “Tsumeb.” Apparent fragment of report, covering housing of mine workers, and information on ore minerals. 10/31/51. 1p.
b. A. Griffis, Chief Geologist. “Tsumeb. 6/2/52.” Typewritten report. 2pp.
c. “Tsumeb. 6/2/52.” Handwritten notes. No author [MCH]. 9pp.
a. “Departmental Secretaries.” Typewritten list of titles, names, and telephone numbers, with handwritten additions. No author [MCH]. 1/31/46. 1p.
b. Untitled list of ladies’ names, addresses, telephone numbers. Typewritten, with handwritten notes. No author [MCH], “/rcc”. 4/16/46. 1p.
c. “Interview with Capt. C., 18 June, 1946.” Typewritten report. No author [MCH]. 1p.
d. Interview with representative of Sunday Times. Handwritten notes. No author [MCH]. 5/29/46. 1p.
e. List of names and titles. Typewritten, with handwritten additions. No author [MCH]. No date. 1p.
1. Consulate General.
2. Commercial and Economic Section of Legation.
3. United States Information Service.
5. United States Commercial Company.
f. “Police.” List of names, ranks, divisions, and posts of assignment. Typewritten. No author. No date. 1p.
g. “Siemens (South Africa) Ltd.” Typewritten report, with handwritten notes. No author [MCH]. No date. 2pp.
h. “Subject: Transmittal of Documents Prepared by the U. S. Treasury Department to Officials of the Union Government.” Addressed to “The Honorable Secretary of State.” Typewritten, with handwritten notes. No author [MCH]. No date. This memorandum suggests sharing U. S. Treasury Department information on the I. G. Farben Company with the government of the Union of South Africa, “in order to stimulate their concern for the Safehaven Project.” 1p.
i. “Werner.” Typewritten report. No author. No date. 4 lines.
|f.15||Nazi War Criminals.
a. Newspaper clippings, magazine articles.
b. Intelligence Reports.
1. Pangerm Report. Typewritten and handwritten notes. No author. 5/2/46. 1 p. (front and back).
2. Travel. Typewritten list of cities, among which is heading “Nazi Centers”. No author. No date. 1p.
3. Agenda for the Third National Conference of the Springbok Legion. Mimeograph agenda, with hand- written annotations. No author. No date. 22pp.
|f.16||Newsletters and Press Releases:
a. Foreign Policy Bulletin. Newsletter. 9/22/50.
b. South Africa Reports. Newsletter. 7/24/52; 8/21/52; 9/4/52; 11/11/52.
c. Delegation of the Union of South Africa to the United Nations: Press Release.
1. “Question of Racial Conflict in South Africa: Statement by the Leader of the South African Delegation, Mr. G. P. Jooste.” 11/19/52. 10pp.
2. “Press Statement by the Prime Minister of South Africa, Dr. D. F. Malan, on October 14th.” No year. 3pp.
|f.17||Van Riebeeck Festival, Capetown, 1952. Programs, newspaper clippings, articles.|
“Land of Tranquility: Africa’s Basutoland retains its ancient tranquility,” n.y.
Optima, Dec. 1955, Sept. 1956 and Dec 1959.
“Flow of Native Labour to South African mines”, F. Rodseth, and “French initiative in Africa,” Harry T. Andrews, Optima, June 1959.
“The Chequers of South Africa,” Rose Lerner, The Antique Collector, n.y.
“From The Shank End,” Senex, The Union Review, Feb 1947.
“South Africa: Revolution or Partition?”, John Mander, Encounter Magazine, Nov 7, 1963.
Press release: “Swedish newspaper rejected letter on South African from Swedish missionary,” Union of South Africa Government Information Office, 1956.
W. Warmington, Asiatic Land Tenure and Indian Representation Act: An Appeal to the Europeans in South Africa. Booklet. No date. 8pp.
Order of Precedence of Cabinet Ministers. February 15, 1946. Typewritten list, with names, titles, addresses, and phone numbers. No author. 2pp.
United Party News-Letter: A Commentary on Political Questions of the Day. Johannesburg. August 1946. 4pp.
A. Blaxall, “Candid Thoughts on Non-Violence”, repr. article from New Republic. Dec 29, 1952. 4pp.
P. Martin, “Economic Integration.” New York: Institute of Current World Affairs. 3/17/54. 8pp.
Harold Macmillan, Prime Minister of the United Kingdom, Address to the Houses of Parliament, Cape Town, on Wednesday, 3rd. February, 1960. Souvenir booklet. 17pp.
g. Information sheet on the new Rand monetary system. Information Service of South Africa. Feb 1961. 1p.
h. Statement by the Chairman, Mr. H.F.Oppenheimer. Read in conjunction with the Anglo American Corporation of South Africa’s 45th annual report and accounts. 5/25/62. 8pp.
|f.20||a. Springbok Legion Chairman’s Report. Presented to the Third National Conference at Johannesburg. April 6-8, 1946. Mimeographed report. 8pp.
b. Springbok Legion National Secretary’s Report. Third National Conference. April 6-8, 1946. 10pp.
c. A. Hoernle, Alternatives to Apartheid. Address to the South African Institute of Race Relations. Mimeographed copy. 7/13/48. 8pp.
d. Publications of the South African Institute of Race Relations. Listing pamphlet/order form. No date.
e. J. S. Moroka et al., Report of the Joint Planning Council of the African National Congress and the South African Indian Congress. Mimeographed report. 11/8/51. 12pp.
f. Gerrit Bon, South African Compsoers and Their Music. Mimeographed report. Dec 1951. 5pp.
g. State Information Office, The Status of Foreigners in South Africa. Mimeographed report. Jan 1952. 5pp.
h. E. Sampson, How Natives are Governed: Pros and Cons of Trusteeship in Action. Department of Native Affairs, Pretoria. Mimeographed report. Nov 1952. 6pp.
|f.21||a. A. Geyer, Partnership or Separation? Address given to the London Rotary Club by the High Commissioner of the Union of South Africa in the United Kingdom. Mimeographed. 8/19/53. 5pp.
b. K. G. Coleman, various mimeographed reports. Undated.
1. Fort Cox Native College of Agriculture is Making Steady Progress. 3pp.
2. How Native Women Are Trained to Help Their Sisters. 2pp.
3. Mission Schools Play Important Role in Educating South African Natives.
4. South Africa Teaches Its Zulu Chiefs Modern Methods of Government. 2pp.
c. Mimeographed reports. No author.
1. Quid Pro Quo. East London: Daily Dispatch, 3/21/44. 1p.
2. Afrikaners Will Triumph on the Economic Front. New Imperialism Seeks to Conquer a Nation’s Heritage. Translation from Die Burger. 6/7/44. 2pp.
d. Mimeographed reports. No author. No date. 1p. each.
1. Basic Facts in South Africa’s Racial Issue.
2. Expenditure in Education, Medical in the Union of South Africa and [other selected African countries].
3. Native Education.
4. Non-European Schools.
5. Parallel Tracks for European and Bantu.
|f.22||a. South African Prime Minister’s Statement on World Affairs: August 11, 1953. Mimeographed report. 8pp.
b. Dr. Malan’s Statement on Apartheid. Mimeographed report. No date [Feb 1954?]. 4pp.
c. United Nations Committee Report on Question of South Africa: Report of the U.N. Special Committee for South West Africa and Reprort of the Secretary-General on Special Educational and Training Programmes for South West Africa. 11/7/62. 15pp.
d. B. Long, In Smut’s Camp. Excerpt from Chapter XI of the book, “dealing with the Coloured franchise”. Typewritten (carbon) copy. 2pp.
e. G. Worsley, How Representation of Non-Europeans Bill Will Affect Coloureds in Union. Typewritten (carbon) copy. 2 pp.
a. T. Holcomb, American Minister, Confidential Memorandum No. 263: Transmitting Memoranda on South West Africa. Typewritten (carbon) copy. 1/11/45. 1p.
b. Confidential Enclosure No. 1 to Dispatch No. 263 from the Legation at Pretoria: Memorandum on South West Africa. Typewritten (carbon) copy. 1/11/45. 10pp.
c. Unrestricted Enclosure No.2 to Dispatch No.263 from The Legation at Pretoria: Economic Conditions in South West Africa. Typewritten (carbon) copy.1/11/45. 8pp.
d. Casual Notes. 18th April 1946. Typewritten (carbon) copy. No author. 1p.
e. Safehaven – Pangerm Report. Subject: Association of German Wool Buyers of South Africa. (Secret) Report No. 4. Cape Town. Typewritten (carbon) copy. No author ["MCH/rt" typed in later]. 5/1/46. 4pp.
f. Pangerm Report. Subject: Ex-Internees Club. (Confidential) Report No.5. Cape Town. Typewritten (carbon) copy. No author [MCH/rt]. 5/2/46. 1p.
g. Safehaven Report. Subject: Merensky Interests. (Secret) Report No.6. Cape Town. Typewritten (carbon) copy. No author [MCH/rt]. 5/2/46. 4pp.
h. Pangerm Report. Subject: Trials of Stormjaer Robbers. (Confidential). [Notes for formal report, which follows]. Typewritten, with pencil. No author. 5/2/46. 2pp.
i. Stormjaer Robbers. Newspaper clippings, attached to the report notes, above.
j. Pangerm – Safehaven Report. Subject: Trials of Stormjaer Robbers. (Confidential) Report No.7. Cape Town. Typewritten (carbon) copy. Margaret C. Hubbard. 5/6/46. 8pp.
k. Letter from MCH to Nicholas Feld, Secretary to the American Legation, Cape Town, requesting copies of leaflets distributed by the Ossewa Brandwag. Typewritten. 6/14/46. 1p.
l. Estimate of the Ossewa Brandwag. (Restricted) Pangerm [Report notes?]. JUNE 17. Typewritten. No author. No year. 2pp.
m. Ossewa Brandwag Members on TRial for Unauthorized Military Drill. Confidential report. Typewritten. MCH. 8/29/46. 1p.
n. Ossewa Brandwag to Feed Germans. Unrestricted report. Typewritten. MCH. 8/29/46. 1p.
o. How People Think. Typewritten. In pencil: “Vol. 5″. No author. No date. 1p.
p. Koster Family, Claremont, Cape. D.M.O. and I Reports. Affidavit by Flora Dorothy Garlick, Capetown (Informer). Typed entry: “Q 1939 D. of I. file”. Typewritten report. No author. No date. 3pp.
q. Martins & Woker, Ltd. Typewritten, with pencil. [Notes for formal report?]. No author. No date. 1p.
r. Octavi Minen und Eisenbahn. Typewritten, with pencil. [Notes for formal report?]. No author. No date. 1p.
s. Springbok Legion: 3rd National Conference. 6-8 April, 1946. Typewritten [notes for?] report. No author. No date. 2 pp.
|f.13||South African Press Digest. Newsletter. Assorted clippings. 1949-951.|
|f.14||South African Press Digest, assorted clippings, 1952.|
|f.15||South African Press Digest, assorted clippings, 1952-1953.|
|f.16||South African Press Digest, 1955-1963.|
|f.17||South African Press Digest, Jan 1964.|
|f.18||South African Press Digest, Feb 1964.|
|f.19||South African Press Digest, March 1964.|
|f.20||South African Press Digest, April 1964.|
|f.21||South African Press Digest, May 1964.|
|f.22||South African Press Digest, June 1964.|
|f.23||South African Press Digest, July 1964.|
|f.24||South African Press Digest, 1966-1971.|
|f.1||South African Scope, 1961-1964.|
|f.2||South African Scope, 1965-1966.|
|f.3||South African Scope, 1967.|
|f.4||South African Scope, 1968.|
|f.5||South African Scope, 1969.|
|f.6||South African Scope, 1970-1973.|
|f.7||South African Scope, 1974.|
|f.8||Labour Bulletins. Mid-April 1944; Mid-May 1944.
News reports. Mimeograph reprints of various articles. 1944; 1952.
|f.9||South Africa Reports[?]. 1949 [?]. 3 assorted pages
b. F. White, South West Africa. Mimeographed article. 5pp. 5/30/49.
c. South West African Commercial Holdings Limited: Report of Proceedings, 5th Annual General Meeting. 12/14/51. 4pp.
|f.10||Material relating to Rev. Michael Scott:
a. Letter from Mrs. Arthur Forrest Anderson to Mrs. Margaret C. Hubbard. 11/16/49.
b. Letter from Margaret Hubbard to The Press Officer, Department of State, Washington, D.C. 9/27/50. With Letter to the Editor by Marion Potter, New York Times, 9/18/50, as reference.
c. Cover letter for petition from The International League for the Rights of Man. Mimeographed page autographed “With compliments, Michael Scott.” July 1949.
d. South Africa and South West Africa. Mimeograph letter from Michael Scott. 7/19/49. 11 pages.
e. Mimeograph letter from Michael Scott. 12/11/50. With attachment.
f. Minutes of a Meeting on 14 December, 1950 to Discuss Formation of Ad Hoc Committee on South West Africa. 4pp.
|f.16||Sudan: Magazine articles, newspaper clipping.|
|f.17||Swaziland: Newspaper clipping.|
a. Tanganyika Fact Sheet. Tanganyika Public Relations Department. Jan 1960. 4pp.
b. H. Chittick, “Notes on Kilwa,” Tanganyika Notes and Records, no date, pp.179-203.
c. “Moshi: radio report…” Handwritten file card. No author [MCH]. 2/11/65.
d. African Women’s Training Clubs. Typewritten proposal for the training of women in Tanganyika “so that they can advance beside their men and have the necessary knowledge to train their children.” No author. No date. 2pp.
e. Newspaper clippings.
|f.19||Tanganyika: Tourist and travel brochures, pamphlets, and maps.|
|f.20||Tanganyikaa: A Guide to Tanganyika. No author. No date. 154pp. With handwritten notes by MCH. 1960.
b. Tanganyika Annual Report of the Department of the Antiquities for the Year 1958. Dar es Salaam: Government Printer. 1959. 49pp.
c. 1960 Legislative Council Elections. The Arusha/Masai Constitutency. The Arusha Division. Voter Information sheet. 4pp.
d. Registration of Voters. Qualifications and statistics. Typewritten sheet. No author. 1960. 1p.
|f.21||Uganda: Newspaper clippings.|
|f.22||Uganda: Tourist and travel booklets, brochures and pamphlets.
a. His Excellency the Governor’s Speech to Legislative Council on the 22nd of February, 1960. Entebbe: Government Printer. 16pp.
b. Report of the Constitutional Committee, 1959. Entebbe: Government Printer. 73pp.
|f.1||Zambesi River: Newspaper clippings.|
a. About Zambia. Informational pamphlets numbers 1-6. Lusaka: The Government Printer. No dates. 4pp. each.
b. Zambia Information Service. Washington, D.C.: Embassy of the Republic of Zambia. Newsletter. Dec 1967. 10pp.
c. S. Kapwepwe, Minister of Foreign Affairs, Question of Southern Rhodesia. Address to the Security Council of the United Nations. New York: Information Section/Permanent Mission of Zambia to the U.N. 12/9/66. 16pp.
d. K. Kaunda, President of the Republic of Zambia, Humanism in Zambia. Expounded to the National Council of the United National Independence Party in Lusaka on 26th April, 1967. Lusaka: The Government Printer. 39 pp.
a. J. Wellington, “Zambesi-Okovango Development Projects,” Geographical Review, no date, pp.552-567
b. Schedule, Kafue National Park. Mimeographed guide. 16pp. Nov 1955.
c. This is Luanshya: A Background Paper. Published by the Municipal Council of Luanshya, in the interests of industrial development in the Republic of Zambia. Jan 1966. 4pp.
d. This is Zambia. Lusaka: Zambia Information Services. No date. 33pp.
e. Wildlife Conservation International, Lusaka, Zambia: Annual Report, 1973. 9pp.
|f.4||Zambia: Newspaper clippings.|
|f.5||Zambia Magazine, March-June, 1965.|
|f.6||Zambia Magazine, May 1966-March 1967.|
|f.7||Zambia Magazine, April-Nov 1967.|
|f.8||Zambia Magazine, Jan-May 1968.|
|f.9||Zambia Magazine, June-Aug 1968.|
|f.10||Zambia Magazine, Sept-Dec 1968.|
a. A Guide to Zanzibar. The Government Printer. 1952. 148pp. and advertisements.
b. H.H. The Sultan of Zanzibar. A tribute to his highness on the occasion of his eightieth birthday. 8/26/59. 20 pp.
c. Newspaper article.
IV. Audio-Visual Material
|e.1||Formal studio portraits of MCH:|
1. Early studio pose, wearing dress with collar.
2. Early studio pose, wearing blazer, neckerchief, and hat. Labelled “‘Portrait Moderne’ by Jane Plotz.”
|e.2||Snapshots of MCH|
1. Early passport photo, seated, with two children.
2. Dressed in safari clothing, standing next to giraffe.
3. At a wedding. Print and negative.
4. Dental X-ray.
5. In later life, standing next to map of “The Federation of Rhodesia and Nyasaland”, holding carved wooden figures.
|e.3||Captured animals in Africa|
1. “Young lechwe were draped like fur pieces around their shoulders.”
2. “Full-grown lechwe, still enveloped in nets, were carried on poles.”
3. “A full-grown beauty of a [zebra] mare was roped and haltered before she caught her breath.”
|e.4||Pan-American World Airways Publicity Photograph of “Victoria Falls”|
|e.5||Pan-American World Airways Publicity Photograph of “Zulu Rickshaw Boy”|
|e.6||African Artifacts at the Fleming Museum Show, Exeter Academy. 1965 (?)
1. Packet 1. (B&W Photographs)
a. Long shot of the exhibit room.
b. Exhibit case, with carved figures, baskets, musical instruments, animal skin, etc.
c. Mat made of bark twine, and two baskets for measuring grain.
2. Packet 2. (Color Photographs)
a. Ba Ila mask.
b. Pair of Ba Ila masks, Lozi axe, Lozi ceremonial axe carried by woman head of village.
c. Pair of Ba Ila signal drums (small), and Barotseland drums.
d. Ba Ila stool, and clay pipes for smoking either tobacco or hashish.
3. Packet 3. (Color Photographs)
a. Barotseland iron worker’s tools from Mackwangwa [?] village.
b. Barotseland Likishi mask.
c. Barotseland “piano” from the Balorale [?] tribe.
d. Barotseland stool.
e. Lozi basket.
f. Lozi carving by Litunga Yeta III.
g. Lozi “piano”.
h. Lozi water jar.
i. Postcard. “Lions Head from the Victoria Road, Cape Town.” “Reproduced from Original Painting.”
|f.13||Color slides: Africa South of the Sahara, 1952-1960.|
|Transparency Sheet 1|
|1. 2/29/52 “La Pirobleece” [?], near Paarl.|
2. 2/29/52 “La Pirobleece” [?], Res. de Villiers [?], Paarl.
3. 2/29/52 Ko-Operative Wijnbouwers Vereniging, Paarl (wines).
4. 2/29/52 Bellingham Winery, near Paarl.
5. 2/29/52 Bellingham Winery, near Paarl.
6. 2/29/52 Bellingham Winery and Vineyard, Cape.
7. 3/9/52 Mountains, near Paarl.
8. 3/9/52 Drakenstein Mountains, near Paarl.
9. 5/2/52 White miner’s house, Rhokana.
10. 5/3/52 Main Street, Kitwe.
11. 5/5/52 Windhoek, Krohn [?] House, Papps Farm.
12. 5/5/52 Windhoek, Angus (Krohn) [?], Papps Farm.
13. 5/5/52 Windhoek, Compound–Krohn [?], Papps Farm.
14. 5/5/52 Windhoek, Krohn [?] at farm waterhole.
15. 5/6/52 Kafue, at bridge.
16. 5/8/52 Northern Rhodesian bush, Chowa [?] to Namwala.
17. 5/9/52 Kafue River at Namwala.
18. 5/28/52 Alexandria Bay, to South West Africa.
19. 5/28/52 Alexandria Bay, to South West Africa.
20. 5/28/52 Alexandria Bay, to South West Africa.
|Transparency Sheet 2|
|21. 5/28/52 Alexandria Bay, to South West Africa.|
22. 5/28/52 To South West Africa, plane refueling.
23. 6/2/52 Vegetable gardens, Tsumeb, South West Africa.
24. 6/2/52 Eland and cattle, Tsumeb.
25. 6/3/52 SWANLA (SW Africa Native Labor Assoc) mine recruits.
26. 6/3/52 SWANLA (SW Africa Native Labor Assoc) mine recruits.
27. 6/3/52 SWANLA leader.
28. 6/52 Mine, Tsumeb.
29. 6/52 Old German compound, Tsumeb.
30. 6/52 Old German compound, Tsumeb.
31. 6/52 New compound (U.S.), Tsumeb.
32. 1952 Billy Crocker in Zululand.
33. 1952 Trial, Namwala.
34. 3/29/58 Giraffe, Hhuhluwe Reserve.
35. 3/29/58 Giraffe, Hhuhluwe Reserve.
36. 1958 Victoria Falls from hotel verandah.
37. 1958 Victoria Falls from hotel garden.
38. 1958 Victoria Falls from hotel garden.
39. 1958 Bridge over Victoria Falls.
40. 1958 Rainbow over Victoria Falls.
|Transparency Sheet 3|
|41. 1958 Victoria Falls.|
42. 1958 Victoria Falls.
43. 1958 Victoria Falls.
44. 1958 Victoria Falls in flood.
45. 1958 Above Devil’s Cataract, Victoria Falls.
46. 1958 Devil’s Cataract, Victoria Falls.
47. 1958 Zambesi in flood above Victoria Falls.
48. 1958 Zambesi in flood.
49. 1958 Baboons, Victoria Falls.
50. 3/10/58 Baboon, Victoria Falls.
51. 3/10/58 Baboon, Victoria Falls.
52. 1958 Traders at Victoria Falls East.
53. 1958 Namwala.
54. 1958 Parliament House, Accra (Ghana–Gold Coast) (4/58?).
55. 1958 Government Buildings, Accra (4/58?).
56. 1958 Loading Cocoa, Accra (4/58?).
57. 1958 Loading Cocoa, Accra (4/58?).
58. 1958 Looking toward township, Copperbelt (2/60?).
59. 1/14/60 Stanley Pool and Leopoldville.
60. 2/2/60 Gedi ruins, near Malindi, Kenya.
|Transparency Sheet 4|
|61. 1960 Masai and car, Nging Reserve, Kenya (2/60?).|
62. 1960 Masai and cattle, Nging Reserve, Kenya (2/60?).
63. 1960 Masai, Nging Reserve, Kenya (2/60?).
64. 1960 Masai, Nging Reserve, Kenya (2/60?).
65. 2/5/60 Palm Grove, Zanzibar.
66. 2/5/60 Dhows in Zanzibar.
67. 2/5/60 Dhows in Zanzibar.
68. 4/60 Recruits at training, Copperbelt.
69. 4/60 African house, Mines [?] Township, Copperbelt.
70. 5/3/60 Kafue Polder.
71. 5/3/60 Kafue Polder.
72. 5/3/60 Kafue Polder.
73. 5/3/60 Native houses, Kafue Flats.
74. 5/5/60 Elephants, Kazinga Channel, Uganda.
75. 5/5/60 Elephants, Kazinga Channel, Uganda.
76. 5/5/60 Elephants, Kazinga Channel, Uganda.
77. 5/5/60 Elephants, Kazinga Channel, Uganda.
78. 5/5/60 Elephants, Kazinga Channel, Uganda.
79. 5/5/60 Birds, Kazinga Channel, Uganda.
80. 5/5/60 Stork, Kazinga Channel, Uganda.
|Transparency Sheet 5|
|81. 5/8/60 Koriba Dam under construction, Northern Rhodesia.
82. 5/8/60 Koriba Lake, Northern Rhodesia.
83. 5/8/60 Koriba Lake, Northern Rhodesia.
84. 5/8/60 Koriba Lake, Northern Rhodesia.
85. 5/8/60 Koriba Lake, Northern Rhodesia.
86. Kafue, below Namwala.
87. Rainbow over Victoria Falls [?].
|Item 1||Scrapbook, 1927-1974
Contains a wide variety of material by and about MCH: newspaper pieces, magazine articles, and book reviews written by MCH, articles about MCH, programs from speaking engagements, publicity flyers, press releases, brochures,testimonials, book jackets, exhibition photographs, letters to MCH, and personal memorabilia, such as a certificate of service in the Military Intelligence Division of the War Department, and a certificate of appointment as Vice Consul for South Africa.
|Item 1||Nchanga News and Nchanga Weekly. Assorted issues from Jan 1960-Sept 1964.|
|Item 2||MCH Recordings of Lozi Music Used in motion picture “Liebalala.” Copyright: International Library of African Music, Transvaal, South Africa.) Reel-to-Reel Audio Tape.
Track 1. Sipero. 1:22
Track 2. Simongoma. 1:21
Track 3. Kwaile. 2:27
Track 4. Kukala. 2:16
Track 5. Ki Mangi. 3:10
Track 6. Linyalo. 4:32
Track 7. Namakawu-wo. 2:37
Track 8. Ngombi. 3:00
|Item 3||MCH Recordings of the Ba Ila, 1928. 78 RPM phonograph records. (Listed as originally labelled.)
Record 1: Side A. Drums and song (Men and women)/Side B. Song and drums
Record 2: Side A. Typical song (Women and men)/Side B. Drums
Record 3: Side A. Song/Side B. Drums
Record 4 (Cracked, edge broken, piece missing): Side A. Women’s song (Poor quality)/Side B. Drums
Record 5: Side A. Men and drums. Chorus/Side B. Women and drums.
|Item 4||Audiocassette tape copy of both of above (Side A: Lozi; Side B: Ba Ila).|
V. Oversized Material
|17 black and white mounted photographs of scenes of Africa (all 15×19)|