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  • Pollak, H. P. (2012-09-19)
    Mr. Pollak writes to Prof. Matthews on behalf of the Regional Committee of the S.A. Institute of Race Relations to congratulate him on his courageous decision to resign and wish him well for the future. Dated 3 November 1959.
  • Van Dusen, Henry P. (2012-11-13)
    H. P. Van Dusen writes to Prof. Matthews in connection with the program of Advanced Religious Studies at the Union Theological Seminary. Dated 12 April 1956.
  • Van Dusen, H. P. (2012-09-21)
    Prof. Matthews is offered the position of Luce Professorship, but again the uncertainty of obtaining a passport is mentioned. Dated 4 December 1959.
  • Pollak, Hansi (2012-09-27)
    H. Pollak writes to Prof. Matthews in support of the professor's decision to resign from Fort Hare. He offers financial support towards the education of Prof. Matthews' children. Dated 28 October 1959.
  • Burrows, H. R. (2012-11-19)
    H. R. Burrows thanks P. A. Moore for the copies of his questions to the House of Assembly, letters and Rand Daily Mail editorial. He continues with regard to Moore's efforts and support of the former staff members of Fort ...
  • Burrows, H. R. (2012-11-19)
    H. R. Burrows writes to P. A. Moore in connection with the transfer of Fort Hare and the dismissed and resigned staff members. Dated 15 February 1960.
  • Burrows, H. R. (2012-11-19)
    H. R. Burrows writes to P. A. Moore regarding difficulties faced by S. B. Ngcobo and Miss M. Mazele as a result of the actions of the Department of Bantu Education. Dated 24 March 1960.
  • Burrows, H. R. (2012-11-19)
    H. R. Burrows writes to P. A. Moore in connection with the transfer of Fort Hare, the treatment of staff, salary discrimination and differential university subsidies, and the payment of provident and pension funds. Dated ...
  • Burrows, H. R. (2012-11-19)
    H. R. Burrows writes to P. A. Moore in connection with questions and comments by Mr. Moore on Fort Hare, and the Minister's replies, and about the injustice to students and former staff members of Fort Hare. Included is a ...
  • Burrows, H. R. (2012-11-19)
    H. R. Burrows writes to P. A. Moore in connection with seven members of Fort Hare staff who have resigned and gives lists of figures relating to the provedent and pension funds. Dated 23 February 1960.
  • Burrows, H. R. (2012-11-13)
    Prof. Burrows writes to Prof. Matthews about the mistake regarding the provident fund of Fort Hare staff, as well as the position of Fort Hare students. Dated 29 February 1960.
  • Burrows, H. R. (2012-10-25)
    H. R. Burrows enquires about the gratuity Prof. Matthews received on his resignation. Dated 23 February 1960.
  • Burrows, H. R. (2012-10-25)
    H. R. Burrows wants to verify if Prof. Matthews is planning to go abroad to work. Dated 19 February 1960.
  • Burrows, H. R. (2012-11-19)
    H. R. Burrows writes to Sir de Villiers Graaff to convey his gratitude for the defence of Fort Hare during the passing of the University College of Fort Hare Transfer Bill of 1959. Dated 29 June 1959.
  • Isaacs, Harold R. (2012-10-09)
    Mr. H. R. Isaacs acknowledges receipt of Dr. van Dusen's letter regarding the position offered to Prof. Matthews. Dated 19 October 1959.
  • Isaacs, Harold R. (2012-11-12)
    H. R. Isaacs asks Prof. Matthews for his specific plans and intentions regarding his future. Dated 26 August 1959.
  • Isaacs, Harold R. (2012-09-19)
    Harold R. Isaacs (Massachusetts Institute of Technology) advices Prof. Matthews to send his curriculum vitae to the University College of Ghana, where a new Department of African Studies is planned. Dated 13 November 1959.
  • Isaacs, Harold R. (2012-10-09)
    H. R. Isaacs reports on the different job opportunities for Prof. Matthews in the United States of America. Dated 19 October 1959.
  • Isaacs, Harold R. (2012-11-13)
    H. R. Isaacs conveys his sympathy to Prof. Matthews at the passing of his mother. He also informs Prof. Matthews of possibilities of temporary positions in the USA. Dated 8 October 1959.
  • Isaacs, Harold R. (2012-09-21)
    Different employment opportunities to Prof. Z. K. Matthews in the United States of America. Mr. Isaacs (Massachusetts Institute of Technology) also mentions the manuscript that they were working on. Dated 30 November 1959.

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