1844 Apr. 16
Cape Town (South Africa) - Grout and Charlotte are doing well. Has received a temporary appointment from the Cape government as missionary to the natives of Natal; hopes to leave for Natal.
1956 Aug. 26
South African Indian Congress
Johannesburg (South Africa) - Informing Du Bois of the upcoming 22nd conference of the South African Indian Congress; against racialism and injustice; asks Du Bois for a message of support.
1863 Apr. 30
Umvoti (South Africa) - Sorrow to hear of loss of Mrs. Perry's son. Visit to the Tylers by ox cart. One person united with the church at communion this month; others were advised to wait: "it seems necessary among this people that they wait longer than among civilized people, so many of them turn back to heathenism."
South Africa - Concerning the annexation of territory inhabited by the indigenous population of South West Africa.
1916 Jan. 25
Du Bois, W. E. B. (William Edward Burghardt), 1868-1963
South Africa - Du Bois replies to a 1915 letter from Humphrey in Marshlands, Vryheid, Transvaal, South Africa, regarding Humphrey's assertion that they Negro race was at a comparably lower state of evolution
1948 Aug. 16
Severinghaus, Whitman J.
Transvaal (South Africa) - Describing at length and with facts and figures the current "internal financial position" of the Union of South Africa; providing the details of its economy, demographics, and gross product; detailing elements of its social, economic, and political policies; and citing from its finance minister's statements.
Lee, Norine Phillips
Groutville (South Africa) - Old man walking with cane passing before two women.