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SERIES DESCRIPTION

Boxes 1-18, 29-35.

GENERAL SUBJECT FILE, 1945-1995.

Scope and Content Note

Articles, brochures, clippings, emphemera, flyers, newspapers, pamphlets, reports and speeches relating to economic, political and social conditions in South Africa. Arranged alphabetically by subject
Boxes 18-21, 35-37.

INTERNATIONAL SUPPORT GROUPS, 1961-1995.

Scope and Content Note

Brochures, calendars, emphemera, newsletters and pamphlets relating to international involvement in the issue of apartheid in South Africa. Arranged alphabetically by title of organization
Boxes 21-23, 37-39.

REVOLUTIONARY MOVEMENTS, ca. 1943-1995.

Scope and Content Note

Articles, clippings, communiques, emphemera, pamphlets, press releases, reports, speeches and statements primarily relating to revolutionary activities of the African National Congress and the Pan Africanist Congress of Azania. Arranged alphabetically by name of movement
Boxes 23, 39.

INTERNATIONAL INVESTMENT AND DIVESTMENT IN SOUTH AFRICA,

Scope and Content Note

1971-1995. Brochures, newsletters and pamphlets relating to international investment and divestment in South Africa
Boxes 25-28, 39

UNITED STATES UNIVERSITY STUDENT MOVEMENTS, 1977-1995.

Scope and Content Note

Articles, clippings, flyers, newsletters and student newspapers relating to American university student protest of apartheid. Arranged alphabetically by the name of the university
Boxes 39-41

DEMOCRATIC RULE, 1994-1995.

Scope and Content Note

Ballot papers, brochures, clippings, correspondence, election reports and updates, fact sheets, flyers, handbook, manuals, newsletters, pamphlets, press release, printed matter, reports, statements, speeches and miscellany relating to the election of 1994 and the process of establishing democratic government in South Africa
Box 42

MISCELLANEOUS FILE, 1986-1995.

Scope and Content Note

Brochures, flyers, clippings, newsletters, and printed matter relating to the various aspects of life in South Africa
Boxes 43-45

MEMORABILIA, 1994.

Scope and Content Note

Tee shirts and other souvenirs relating to the election of 1994
Box 46.

OVERSIZED MATERIAL, 1957-1995.

Scope and Content Note

Includes sample ballot papers; calendars published by the African National Congress, the American Committee on Africa, the Open School on the Move, and the Holland Committee on Southern Africa; flyers and newspapers from various student organizations at the University of Cape Town and the University of Witwatersrand; printed matter and photographic reproductions of Nelson Mandela
Tape cabinet Cassette cabinet Record cabinet

AUDIO-VISUAL, 1984-1987.

Scope and Content Note

Videocassette tapes, phonotape cassettes, phonotape reel and phonorecords relating to South African culture and politics

CONTAINER LIST

 

GENERAL SUBJECT FILE, 1945-1995

Box 1, 29

General

 

General

 

Agriculture

 

Asika, Ukpabi

 

Athletics

 

Biko, Stephen Bantu

 

Buthelezi, Mangosuthu Gatsha

 

Chikane, Reverend Frank

Box 2, 29-30.

Children

 

Clippings and articles

 

Comic strips

 

Conscription

 

Defense

 

Detention

 

Harms Commission

 

Nuclear capability

 

South African Police

 

South African Security Forces

 

Ecology

 

Environment

 

Health

 

General

 

Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndrome (AIDS)

 

Housing

 

History

 

Homelessness

 

Justice and the judicial system

 

Mandela, Nelson

Box 3, 30.

Mandela, Winnie

 

Nkosi Sikelele iAfrika (African National Anthem)

 

Operation Real South Africa

 

Kwa Nobuhle

 

Langa Diary

 

Red Location Removal

 

Paton, Alan

 

Personal reflections - Letter from the Cape

 

Race and racism

 

South African Bureau of Racial Affairs

 

South African Institute of Race Relations

 

Religion

 

General

 

Church involvement in South African politics

 

South African Broadcasting Corporation

 

1987

 

1988

Box 4, 30.

1989

 

1990 and 1992

 

South African Institute of International Affairs

 

Sports

 

Sun City

 

Townships

 

Alexandra

 

Soweto

 

General

 

South Africa Community Projects, Ltd.

 

Transvaal

 

Tutu, Bishop Desmond

 

General

 

General

 

Speeches

 

Bishop Desmond Tutu Southern African Refugee Scholarship Fund

 

Women

 

Zulu nation

Box 5, 30.

Economics

 

General

 

Clippings and articles

 

Corporations

 

General

 

Small Business Development Corporation Limited

 

Foreign aid

 

Guest workers

 

Homelands - Bophuthatswana

 

Labor

 

Mining

 

Sanctions (see also Foreign relations - United States)

 

Strikes

 

Sullivan principle

 

Education

Box 6, 31.

General

 

General

 

All Schools for All People Campaign

 

Education Fund for Southern Africa

 

English Literacy Project

 

National Education Council

 

National Education Union of South Africa (NEUSA)

 

New Unity Movement

 

Rand Afrikaans University

 

Rhodes University

 

Teacher Opportunity Program

 

Union of Democratic University Staff Associations

 

University of Bophuthatswana

Box 6, 31.

University of Cape Town (see also Organizations)

 

General

 

Circulars

 

Clippings

 

Correspondence

 

Newspapers

 

Comment

 

Varsity

 

Printed matter

 

University of Durban Westville

 

University of Natal (see also Organizations)

 

University of the Orange Free State

 

University of Pretoria

 

University of South Africa

 

University Teachers' Association of South Africa (UTASA)

 

University of Western Cape Organizations)

Box 7, 31.

University of the Witwatersrand (see also

 

Elections

 

General

 

1987 May 6

 

General

 

Conservative Party

 

Herstigte Nasionale Party (HNP)

 

Independent Party

 

National Party

 

Progressive Federal Party (PFP)

 

United Democratic Front (UDF)

 

United Party (UP)

 

1988 October 26

 

General

 

Conservative Party

 

National Party

 

Progressive Federal Party (PFP)

Box 8, 31.

1989 September 6

 

Democratic Party

 

National Party

 

Progressive Federal Party (PFP)

 

Foreign relations

 

Ethiopia

 

Europe

 

India

 

Indian community in South Africa

 

Israel

 

United Kingdom

 

United Nations

 

United States

 

General

 

General. Statements and testimony before Congress regarding United States foreign and economic policies towards South Africa

 

Congressional Research Service. Includes publications on sanctions, the African National Congress and United States economic and political relationship with South Africa

 

United States-South Africa Leader Exchange Program

 

United Nations

 

Organizations

 

General

 

General

 

Council for Black Education and Research

 

Health and Refugee Trust of South Africa

 

Market Theatre Foundation Africa

Box 9, 31.

Organization for Appropriate Social Services in South

 

South African Voluntary Service

 

Southern African Forum

 

Economic

 

General

 

Association for Rural Advancement

 

Free Market Foundation of Southern Africa

 

Get Ahead Foundation

 

Media Workers Association

 

South Africa Foundation

 

South African Clothing and Textile Worker's Union

 

Southern African Research Service

 

Worker's Organization for Socialist Action (WOSA)

 

Political and human rights

 

General

 

Afrikaner-Weerstandsbeweging (AWB)

 

Amnesty International

 

Anti-Apartheid Bewegung

 

Anti-Censorship Action Group (ACAG)

Box 10, 31-32.

Association for Rural Advancement

 

Azanian People's Organization (AZAPO)

 

Black Consciousness Movement of Azania (BCMA)

 

Black Sash

 

Blanke Bevrydingsbeweging van Suid Afrika

 

Coca-Cola Company

 

Christian Institute of Southern Africa - Program for Social Change

 

David Webster Funeral Committee

 

Defence of Democracy Trust

 

Detention Action Committee

 

Detainees Aid Committee

 

Detainees' Parents Support Committee

 

Detainees' Parents Support Group

 

End Conscription Campaign (ECC)

Box 11, 32.

Five Freedoms Forum

 

Free the Children Alliance

 

Free Mandela Movement

 

Fund for a Free South Africa

 

Groundswell

 

Human Awareness Programme

 

Human Rights Commission

 

Human Rights Committee of South Africa

 

Human Rights Trust

 

Inkatha Movement

 

Institute for a Democratic Alternative for South Africa (IDASA)

 

International Freedom Foundation (South African branch)

 

Jews for Social Justice

 

Johannesburg Democratic Action Committtee (JODAC)

 

Johannesburg Youth Congress (JOYCO)

 

KwaZulu Natal Indaba

 

Lawyers for Human Rights

 

Legal Resources Center

 

National Democratic Movement

 

National Forum Committee

 

Nelson Mandela International Reception Committee

 

Society for the Abolition of the Death Penalty in South Africa

 

South African Human Rights Commitee

 

South African Media Council

 

South African Youth Congress

 

Soweto Civic Association

 

Terrorism Research Center

 

Union of Black Journalists (UBJ)

 

Veterans for Victory

 

Washington Office on Africa

 

Women's Legal Status Committee (WLSC)

Box 12, 32.

Religious

 

Catholic Bishops' Conference

 

Federation of the Covenant People

 

Pietermaritzburg Agency for Christian Social Awareness (PACSA)

 

Relevant Pentecostal Witness

 

South African Council of Churches

 

World Council of Churches

 

Student

 

General

 

General

 

University of Cape Town

 

University of Witwatersrand

 

Azanian Students Organization (AZASO)

 

Black Student Society (BSS)

 

University of Cape Town

 

University of Witwatersrand

 

Christian Awareness - University of Witwatersrand

 

Economic Research Council (ERC) - University of Witwatersrand

 

Moderate Student Movement - University of Witwatersrand

 

Muslim Students' Association - University of Witwatersrand

 

National Student Federation

Box 13, 32.

National Union of South African Students (NUSAS)

 

General

 

University of Witwatersrand

 

Socialist Students' Action Committee

 

South African Students' Organization (SASO)

 

General

 

Bulletins

 

Reports

 

SASPOST - a newsletter of opportunities and information for South African students in North America

Box 14, 32.

South African Union of Jewish Students (SAUJS) - University of Witwatersrand

 

Soweto Students Congress

 

Student Action Front - University of Natal

 

Student Community Action News

 

Students for a Free South Africa

 

Student Moderate Alliance - University of Witwatersrand

 

Student Representative Council (SRC)

 

Rhodes University

 

Stanford University

 

Soweto

 

University of Cape Town

 

General

 

SRC News

 

Wages Commission

 

General

 

Reports

 

Work committees

 

University of Natal

 

University of Witwatersrand

 

General

 

Academic Freedom Committee

 

Projects Committee

 

SRC News

 

Wages Commission

 

Student Teaching and Education Programm (STEP) - University of Witwatersrand

 

Students for a Free South Africa

 

University of Stellenbosch

 

University of Western Cape

 

Wits Libertarian Society - University of Witwatersrand

 

Wits Women's Movement - University of Witwatersrand

Box 15, 32-33.

Trade unions

 

General

 

Azanian Confederation of Trade Unions (AZACTU)

 

Commercial Catering and Allied Workers' Union of South Africa (CCAWUSA)

 

Congress of South African Trade Unions (COSATU)

 

Congress of South African Writers

 

Council of Unions of South Africa

 

National Union of Mine Workers (NUM)

 

Post and Telecommunications Workers Association (POTWA)

 

Progressive Engineers

 

Sarmcol Workers Co-operative (SAWCO)

 

South African Congress of Trade Unions (SACTU)

 

South African Democratic Teachers Union (SADTU)

 

South African Domestic Workers Union (SADWU)

 

Vereniging van Oranjewerkers

Box 16, 33-35.

Political parties

 

African Christian Democratic Party (ACDF)

 

Africa Muslim Party

 

Communist Party

 

Conservative Party

 

Democratic Party

 

Dikwankwetla Party

 

Federal Party

 

Freedom Front

 

Green Party

 

Herstigte Nasionale Party (HNP)

 

Independent Party

 

Inkatha Freedom Party

 

Kiss Party

 

Luso-South African Party (LUSAP)

 

Merit Party

 

National Party

 

New Republic Party

 

Progressive Federal Party

 

Soccer Party

 

Sofasonke

 

South African Communist Party (SACP)

 

South African Progressive Reform Party

 

United Democratic Front

 

United Party

 

Workers' List Party

 

Ximoko Progressive Party

 

Politics and government

 

General

 

Apartheid

 

Botha, Pieter W. - speeches and statements

Box 17, 35.

Citizenship

 

General

 

General

 

Clippings

 

Press releases and statements

 

Reports

 

Communism/Marxism

 

Constitution

 

Convention for a Democratic South Africa (CODESA)

 

Death penalty

 

Embassy of South Africa, Washington, D.C.

 

Group Areas Act

 

Homelands

 

General

 

Basutoland

 

Bophuthatswana

 

Kwazulu

 

Maputaland

 

Transkei

 

Transvaal Rural Action Committee

 

Klerk, Frederik Willem de

 

National Peace Accord, 1991 September 14

 

Negotiations

Box 18, 35.

Patriotic/United Front Conference, 1991 October 25-27

 

Referendum

 

Resettlement program

 

South African Citizenship Act, No. 44 of 1949

 

INTERNATIONAL SUPPORT GROUPS, 1961-1993.

Scope and Content Note

Relates to international involvement in South Africa and to some extent southern Africa in general. Consult African Subject Collection for additional material
Box 18, 35

General

 

Accuracy in Media (AIM)

 

Action Against Apartheid

 

Africa Fund

 

Africa Groups of Sweden

 

Africa Information Service

 

Africa Research Group

 

Afrikagrupperna i Sverige. Includes material on Namibia

Box 19, 35-36.

Americans Against Apartheid

 

Anti-Apartheid Movement (London)

 

General. Includes materials on Namibia

 

British corporations in South Africa

 

British Industry Committee on South Africa (BICSA)

 

Conference papers

 

Minutes

 

Newsletters

 

Printed matter

 

South Africa the Imprisoned Society (SATIS)

 

Bay Area Anti-Apartheid Network (BAAAN)

 

Bay Area Free South Africa Movement

 

Bevrijdingsfonds Komitee Zuidelijk Afrika

 

Bishop Ambrose Reeves Trust (BART)

 

British Defense and Aid Fund for Southern Africa

 

Catholic Institute for International Relations (CIIR)

 

Canada - South Africa Cooperation (CSAC)

 

Cape Democrats

 

Cape Youth Congress

 

Centre for Policy Studies

 

Christianity and Crisis

 

Clergy and Laity Concerned

 

Comite Anti-Apartheid de Madrid

 

Comite Contre le Colonialisme et L'Apartheid, Brussels, Belgium

 

Committee on South African War Resistance (COSAWR)

 

Conscientious Objectors Support Group (COSG) Democracy

Box 20, 36.

Council for the Defense of Freedom - Alliance for African

 

Covenant Against Apartheid Home and Abroad Program

 

Episcopal Churchpeople for South Africa (formerly Episcopal Churchmen for South Africa). Includes material on Namibia

 

1961-1976

 

1977-1986

 

European Campaign Against South African Aggression on Mozambique and Angola (ECASAAMA)

 

Free South Africa Labor Committee

 

Get Ahead Foundation

 

Holland Committee on Southern Africa

 

Informationsdienst Sudliches Afrika

 

International Business Machines (IBM) Workers United

 

International Commission of Jurists

 

International Committee Against Apartheid, Racism and Colonialism in Southern Africa. Includes material on Namibia

 

International Defense and Aid Fund for Southern Africa

 

International University Exchange Fund

 

Japan Anti-Apartheid Committee : Tokyo

 

Komitee Sudliches Afrika. Includes material on Portugal's African colonies

 

Lawyers Against Apartheid

 

Lawyers' Committee for Civil Rights Under Law. Includes material on Namibia

 

League of Red Cross and Red Crescent Societies

 

Liberation Support Movement

 

Calendars

Box 21, 36-37.

Pamphlets

 

National Committee Against Apartheid (NACAP - Nigeria)

 

National Council of the Churches of Christ. Includes material on other countries of southern Africa

 

Netherlands Anti-Apartheid Movement

 

Oakland-Africa Sister-Cities International

 

Project Committee

 

Project South Africa

 

Revolutionary Communist Party U.S.A.

 

San Francisco Anti-Apartheid Committee

 

South Africa Crisis Coordinating Committee

 

South Africa Freedom Fund

 

South Africa Support Project

 

South African Institute of Race Relations

 

South African Rugby Tour

 

South African War Resisters

 

Southern Africa Coalition

 

Southern African Forum

 

Southern African News Agency (SANA)

 

Stanford Students for a Free South Africa

 

Third World Resources. Includes material on other countries of Southern Africa

 

TransAfrica

 

United States Information Agency (USIA)

 

United States League of Revolutionary Struggle (M-L)

 

United States-South Africa Sister Community Project

 

Washington Office on Africa

 

Young Americans for Freedom

 

REVOLUTIONARY MOVEMENTS, ca. 1943-1993

Box 21, 36-37.

General

 

General

 

Printed matter

 

Reports

 

Freedom Charter

 

African National Congress (ANC)

 

General

 

General

Box 22, 37-38

Bibliography

 

Briefing

 

Clippings and articles

 

Flyers

 

Memoranda

 

Messages

 

Minutes of meetings

 

Newsletters

 

Pamphlets

 

Press conference

 

Press releases

 

Printed matter

 

Reports

 

Speeches

 

Statements and communiques

 

General

 

National Executive Committee of the African National Congress

 

Economic policy

 

Mandela, Nelson

 

Solomon Mahlangu Freedom College

 

Tambo, Oliver

 

Women

 

Miscellany

 

Azanian People's Liberation Army (APLA)

 

Black Consciousness Movement of Azania

 

Coloured People's Congress (CPC)

 

Pan Africanist Congress of Azania (PAC of Azania)

 

General

 

General

 

Brochure

Box 23, 39.

Bulletins

 

Clippings and articles

 

Communique

 

Newsletters

 

Pamphlets

 

Speech

 

Policies and principles of the PAC

 

Press releases and statements

 

Legal status of the South African government as viewed by the PAC

 

Mlambo, Johnson Philip. Speeches

 

National Executive Committee of the PAC of Azania

 

Pokela, John Nyati

 

General

 

Speeches and statements

 

Sharpeville

 

Sobukwe, Mangaliso Robert

 

General

 

Statement

 

Women

 

INTERNATIONAL INVESTMENT AND DIVESTMENT IN SOUTH AFRICA, 1971-1986

Box 23, 39.

Investment

 

General

 

Netherlands

 

General

 

Shipping Research Bureau

 

United Kingdom

 

General

 

Counter Information Service

 

World Gold Commission

 

World Council of Churches. See Organizations - Religious

 

Divestment - United Kingdom

 

General

 

Anti-Apartheid and Divestment Conference

 

End Loans to Southern Africa (ELTSA). Includes material on Namibia

 

UNITED STATES INVESTMENT AND DIVESTMENT IN SOUTH AFRICA, 1976-1987.

Scope and Content Note

Clippings and articles
Box 24, 39.

Divestment

 

General

 

American Committee on Africa

 

American Federation of Labor and Congress of Industrial Organizations (AFL-CIO)

 

American Telegraph and Telephone Company (AT & T)

 

Campaign Against Investment in South Africa (CAISA)

 

Coalition for Illinois' Divestment from South Africa (CIDSA)

 

Committee Against Apartheid

 

Committee to Oppose Bank Loans to South Africa (COBLSA - see African Subject Collection)

 

Cornell University

 

Industry Support Unit, Incorporated

 

International Telephone and Telegraph Boycott (ITT Boycott)

 

Polaroid Revolutionary Workers Movement (PRWM)

 

Stanford University

 

United Mine Workers

 

University of Massachusetts

 

Investment

 

General

 

General

 

Report

 

Control Data Corporation

 

Dow Chemical Company

 

General Motors Corporation

 

Hewlett-Packard Company

 

International Business Machines Corporation (IBM)

 

Investor Responsibility Research Center (IRRC)

 

Monsanto International

 

Sullivan principle

 

General

 

Envirotech Corporation

 

United Church Board for World Ministries

 

United Church of Christ

 

UNITED STATES UNIVERSITY STUDENT MOVEMENTS, 1977-1989

Box 25, 39.

General

 

Amherst College

 

Brown University

 

Columbia University

 

Cornell University

 

Dartmouth College

 

Harvard University

 

Loyola University

 

Northwestern University

 

Princeton University

 

Stanford University

 

General

 

General

Box 26.

Clippings

 

1977 April-December

 

1978 January-February

 

1978 March-November

 

1979-1982

 

1983-1984

 

1985 January-May

Box 27.

1985 May

 

1985 June-October

 

Commission on Investment Responsibility

 

Divestment

 

South Africa - Free Retirement Investment Alternative

 

Stanford Coalition Against Apartheid (SCAA)

 

Stanford Committee for Responsible Investment Policy (SCRIP)

 

Stanford Out of South Africa (SOSA). Includes literature on the "Mandela Free University"

 

Stanford Students for a Free South Africa

 

Student groups

 

Trustees

 

Wells Fargo Bank

 

University of California campuses

 

General. Clippings

 

Berkeley

 

Berkeley's Biko (student publication)

Box 28, 39.

Daily Cal (student newspaper)

 

Divestment

 

Educational programs

 

Student protest groups

 

Los Angeles

 

Santa Cruz

 

University of California Regents

 

University of Massachusetts

 

Wesleyan University

 

Yale University

 

General

 

Northeast Conference on the Liberation Struggles in Southern Africa

 

DEMOCRATIC RULE, 1994-1995.

Additional Note

SEE ALSO POLITICAL PARTIES
Box 39.

General

 

General

 

Brochures

 

Correspondence

 

Newsletters

 

Printed matter

 

Press release

 

Reports

 

Speeches

 

Statements

 

Civil service

 

Conference, African National Congress

 

Constitution, South Africa

 

Economy

Box 40.

Agriculture

 

General

 

Taxation

 

Education

 

General

 

Freedom of Expression Institute (FXI)

 

South African University Students' Representative Council (SRC)

 

University of Witwatersrand

 

Election 1994

 

General

 

Ballot papers and tally sheets

 

Clippings

 

Fact sheet

 

Flyers

 

Handbook

 

List for National Assembly and Regional Legislatures

 

Manuals

Box 41.

Newsletters

 

Pamphlet

 

Printed matter

 

Preparation for election

 

Reports and updates

 

Voter's guide

 

Housing

 

Human rights

 

Women

 

Miscellany

 

MISCELLANEOUS FILE, 1986-1994

Box 42.

General

 

Clippings

 

Newsletter

 

Printed matter

 

MEMORABILIA, 1994.

Box 43-45.

Campaign materials from election 1994,including tee shirts and tie

 

OVERSIZE MATERIALS, 1957-1994.

Box 46.

Includes calendars published by the African National Congress, the American Committee on Africa, the Open School on the Move, and the Holland Committee on Southern Africa; ballot papers from the Election of 1994; flyers and newspapers from various student organizations at the University of Cape Town and the University of Witwatersrand; printed matter; and photographic reproductions of Nelson Mandela

 

AUDIO-VISUAL FILE, 1984-1987

tape Tape cabinet, cassette 1

Videotape cassettes

 

"African National Congress: A Time For Candor," n.d.

cassette 2-3

"Freedomfest Concert; Observation of Nelson Mandela's Birthday," n.d. Two videotape cassettes

cassette 4

"Kwazulu-Natal Indaba," 1987

cassette 5

"Mongane Wally Serote," n.d.

Folder 6

"Revolution and Betrayal: The Accelerating Onslaught Against South Africa," 1986

Folder 7

"South Africa: The Mainstay of the Southern African Region," 1986

cassette 8

"Sun City: Artists United Against Apartheid," 1985

cassette 9-10

"Year of the Struggle," 1986. Two videotape cassettes

cassette 11

Voteburgers! A Voter Education Guide, n.d.

cassette 12

"Your Right to Vote", 1993. In English

phonotape 1

Phonotape. "Now's the Time," the Progressive Federal Party, n.d.

 

Phonotape cassettes

Oversize Cassette cabinet, phonotape-cassette 1

"Amandla," African National Congress, 1986

phonotape-cassette 2

"Forces Favourites," End Conscription Campaign, n.d.

phonotape-cassette 3

"Fosatu Worker Choirs," n.d.

phonotape-cassette 4

NP Liedjies gesing en gekomponeer deur Peter Marais, National Party Election Songs, Election 1994. In Afrikaans

phonotape-cassette 5

"Nelson Mandela," Youssou N'Dour, 1986

phonotape-cassette 6

Pan African Congress for Real Freedom, 1994

phonotape-cassette 7

"Radio Freedom," African National Congress and the People's Army Umkhonto We Sizwe, n.d.

phonotape-cassette 8

"Sophiatown," songs from Sophiatown and other plays, 1988

phonotape-cassette 9

"South Africa: Time Out For Realism, the Story the Media Refuses to Reveal," 1986

phonotape-cassette 10

"White Wind, Black Tide," Anti-Apartheid Movement, n.d.

 

Phonorecords

Oversize Record cabinet, phonorecord 1

"Amandla," African National Congress, 1980

phonorecord 2

"Amandla, Cultural Group," African National Congress, 1987

phonorecord 3

"Baboondaogs," 1986

phonorecord 4

"Forces Favourites," End Conscription Campaign, n.d.

phonorecord 5

"Give Praise where Praise is Deserved: A Tribute Album to Our Nobel Prize Winner Bishop Desmond Tutu," 1985

phonorecord 6

"Kick Over the Statues! Azania Coming Soon," 1985

phonorecord 7

"Nelson Mandela: Break Down the Door!" 1984

phonorecord 8

"South African Trade Union Choirs," 1985

phonorecord 9

"Why You Should Vote NP," personal message from P.W. Botha, 1987

Box: 47-69

Incremental Materials

Scope and Content Note

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