The collection consists of correspondence; journals and diaries; government documents; reports and printed material of various organizations, political parties, and individuals; ephemera; and photographs which document various aspects of the history of South Africa and its political, economic, social, and cultural conditions from the colonial period of the 1800s to 1948, the year which marks the legalization of apartheid. The bulk of the collection focuses on the South African War, more commonly known as the Boer War (1899-1902).
The collection consists of videotapes and a small number of transcripts, log books, and publicity files relating to the television program South Africa Now, produced by Globalvision from 1988 to 1991. It includes a nearly complete run of tapes of the approximately 150 newscasts produced during the three year run of the program as well as approximately 2000 tapes of interviews, short reports, documentaries, stock footage, and other footage used in the program's production. The show documents various aspects of South African politics, government, and culture during the final years of apartheid.
Map in French and English.; Shows geological background and specific mineral deposits.; Includes index, political map, and inset maps of "Wiwatersrand Gold Mines," and "Katango-Rhodesian Copperbelt."; Accompanied by: Explanatory note, mineral map of Africa. c1969. 18 p.