Afrikaans Collections

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Afrikaanse Handelsinstituut


The collection consists of various documents pertaining to the Afrikaanse Handelsinstituut in the following categories: Head office and administration; State departments; Provincial administration; CSIR, SABC, etc; Other institutions, Services to…

Cadle, J


The collection is about the Mooiriverse Afrikaanse Sosiale Kultuurvereniging and consists of minutes, agendas, financial statements and other club related documents as well as a wooden tray with the Ossewa-Brandwag…

Die Volksblad


The collection consists of agendas, minutes, correspondence, telegrams, speeches, declarations, messages, articles and transcriptions, information pieces, programmes and memorabilia, as well as ad hoc items.

The Huisgenoot Collection


This collection consists of digital copies of Huisgenoot, a popular South African periodical that started life in 1916 as a monthly called De Huisgenoot. The earlier Huisgenoot editions contained articles…

A. C. Bouman Collection


The collection contains correspondence by J.F.E. Celliers, J.W.F. Grosskopf, C.J. Langenhoven, Maggie Laubser, Erich Mayer, Hugo Naudé, J.H. Pierneef, Anton van Wouw