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  • Coetzee, Marié A (2010-01-20)
    Carl Buchner (1921 - 2003) art teacher, lecturer, art critic and painter held his first solo exhibition in 1954. His paintings are to be found in the South African National Gallery in Cape Town, the Pretoria Art Museum, ...
  • Coetzee, Marié A; Evans, Medea (2011-12-07)
    CATHOLIC WOMEN’S LEAGUE OF SOUTHERN AFRICA ARCHIVES (1932- ) The Catholic Women’s League Archives comprises 10,1 linear metres consisting of minutes, correspondence, pamphlets, press cuttings, publications and ...
  • Van Niekerk, Herma; Coetzee, Marié A (2010-02-02)
    The history of the University of South Africa (Unisa) dates back to 1873, when the University of the Cape of Good Hope was established. It was incorporated in a federal University, the University of South Africa in 1916. ...
  • Coetzee, Marié A; Suttie, Mary-Lynn (2011-12-14)
    In 1893 MK Gandhi left for South Africa to act in a lawsuit between two Indian trading concerns. He established a legal practice in Durban and in 1894 founded the Natal Indian Congress. Gandhi was also responsible for ...
  • Van der Walt, Marietjie; Coetzee, Marié A (2013-01-21)
    DIRK ZIERVOGEL PAPERS (3,6 linear metres) Manuscripts Collection MSS 16 (36 boxes) Prof Dirk Ziervogel was born on 12 November 1917 in Ermelo. He studied at the University of Pretoria where he obtained a BA degree ...
  • Steyn, JF; Coetzee, Marié A (2011-02-02)
    This Wangemann Collection consists of photographs, negatives and copies of 151 drawings made by Dr Hermann Theodor Wangemann during his two visits to the country. The main themes of the sketches are landscapes and the ...
  • Coetzee, Marié A (2012-05-29)
    Elisaveta Kandyba was born in Czarist Russia in 1912. She left Russia with her mother after the Revolution in 1920. They first lived in Bulgaria and then in France. In 1928 an acquaintance of her mother invited her to ...
  • Coetzee, Marié A (2010-01-12)
    Ernst George Heinrich Hermann (Heini) Blohm (1912-1987) was involved with the development of German South African trade, economy, education and culture. As a German subject, he was interned during World War II. Thereafter ...
  • Van der Walt, Marietjie; Coetzee, Marié A (2011-12-02)
    The archival materials of the Berlin Mission Society missionaries Gotthilf Ernst Westphal (1855 - 1922) and Carl Theodor Gotthilf Gotthardt Westphal (1886 – 1965), father and son, contain information on the religious, ...
  • Coetzee, Marié A; Transvaal Provincial Museum Service (2012-09-05)
    HANS MERENSKY 1871-1952 Hans Merensky was born at Botshabelo in 1871 and he died at Westfalia in 1952. He was educated in South Africa and Germany and graduated as a mining engineer at the University of Berlin. In 1904 ...
  • Coetzee, Marié A (2010-10-05)
    John Daniel Kerr McIntosh (1930-1970) was born in Zimbabwe. He was educated at St Aiden’s College (Grahamstown), Stutterheim High School, and at the Universities of Cape Town and the Witwatersrand where he studied science ...
  • Coetzee, Marié A (2013-10-30)
    John Wickens’ Scrapbook of Walter Battiss materials (c1912, 1947-1994) (1 Box, 0.1 linear metres) The John Wickens’ Scrapbook of Walter Battiss materials was donated to the Unisa Library Archives by John’s sister, Mrs. ...
  • Coetzee, Marié A (2010-07-02)
    The papers, books and artefacts of Henri Alexandre Junod (1863 - 1934) and his son Henri Phillipe Junod (1897 - 1987), were given to the Library and the Department of Anthropology of Unisa in trust in 1974. The materials ...
  • Coetzee, Marié A (2014-01-21)
    Renée Roos, Marié Rautenbach’s daughter, donated the correspondence (22 items), copies of sketches, invitations to Battiss exhibitions and photographs to the Unisa Library Archives in 2013. Marié Rautenbach, née Wium, was ...
  • Van der Walt, Marietjie; Coetzee, Marié A (2013-07-31)
    HERMAN JEAN DE VLEESCHAUWER (1899-1986) Prof Herman Jean de Vleeschauwer was born on 9 July 1899 in Dendermonde, Belgium. He studied philosophy at the University of Ghent under Colle. In 1923, at the age of 24, he ...
  • Coetzee, Marié A (2012-01-23)
    Johannes Lambertus van Schaik (1888-1965) immigrated to South Africa in 1911, and opened his bookselling business in 1914 in Pretoria. Mr JL van Schaik had had his professional training as a bookseller and publisher in ...
  • Coetzee, Marié A (2014-01-20)
    The Papers of the Pretoria Club (1885 - ) and the Pretoria Country Club (1921- ) comprise 6,6 linear metres of minutes, letter books and photographs which were donated to the Archives of the Unisa Libraryby Mr Loock van ...
  • Van Niekerk, Herma; Coetzee, Marié A; Rossouw, Trix (2013-12-12)
    PROFESSOR ANTONY PATRICK MELCK PAPERS 1988-2001 5 linear metres; 50 BOXES The Prof Antony Melck Papers were transfered to the Unisa Archives in three batches after 2001. Each donation was arranged separately, but in ...
  • Coetzee, Marié A (2012-02-22)
    Sinclair Beiles Papers (1970 - 2011) Manuscripts Collection Accession 143 Sinclair Simon Maurice Beiles (1930-2000), is one of South Africa’s more unusual and often underrated poets. He studied at the University of ...
  • Coetzee, Marié A; le Roux, Annette (2011-02-04)
    The Sir De Villiers Graaff Papers reflect the distinguished career of a South African politician who played an important part in the parliamentary, constitutional, economic, agricultural and military life of the country ...

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