UNIVERSITY OF FORT HARE

UNIVERSITY LIBRARY

ANC ARCHIVES

 

 

 

ANC WASHINGTON Mission

RECORDS,

(bulk dates,)

Boxes (linear meters)

 

 

 

 

ACQUISITION: ANC Archive Committee

ACCESS: The collection is open

PHOTOGRAPHS:

VISUAL MATERIAL: None

AUDIO MATERIAL: None

PRINTED MATERIAL: Intermingled

COPYRIGHT: ANC Archive Committee

 

PROCESSED BY: Arrangement and description done under the auspices of a joint project between the University of Fort Hare and the University of Michigan. Primary processor, Kristine Palmquist, June 1999. History of the mission by Sadie Forman. Reprocessed by Khanyisa Bottoman, March 2004

 

History

Introduction

Scope and Content Note

Though the Washington mission’s papers provide a particularly Washington-specific set of papers (including a flood of varied and far-flung publications most likely given to the mission as unsolicited gifts), there is still a predominantly home-focused theme to the collection. Regular correspondence mentions events in South Africa rather than in Washington, and the Administrative series carries a strong presence of crucial South African documents, which were copied and placed in the Washington office from other missions. The series have generally been arranged in the manner in which they were maintained by the office. As such, researchers will encounter some overlap between the series. The Subject Files in particular relate to material within other series.

Some files focus on specifically North American events, such as the Mandela Tours of 1990 and 1993. Also available are records of the United States government’s interaction with the ANC, correspondence between the Mission and interested United States citizens, and files on Foundations and Corporations doing business with the ANC and South African businesses.

The records are arranged in eleven series: Administrative,   Correspondence Fundraising IndividualsMandela ToursMissions Organizations Photographs Subject Files.

The Administrative Series I (150 cm) deals with business matters of the mission including the filing of important organisation-wide articles such as speeches by key leaders, notes by committees such as the Constitutional Committee, and crucial defining documents such as the Freedom Charter, the Harare Declaration, and the ANC Programme of Action. Events, public statements, policy guidelines and miscellaneous business matters are also available in this series. This series has some overlap with the Subject Files series and researchers are advised to consult both series for certain topics.

The Correspondence Series II (40 cm) includes correspondence with some celebrities with ties to the ANC, contact between the home office in Lusaka and the Washington Mission, and, the most prevalent topic, logistical planning on the administration of funding, travel for members, and arrangement of high level event planning, such as the visits by Mandela in 1990 and 1993. Further material on these visits can be found in the series Mandela Tours.

The Fundraising Series III (10 cm) is arranged according to the organisation providing the funding. Documentation primarily consists of letters to and from the donors, and occasionally includes letters of introduction or brief background on the ANC to encourage support.

The Individuals Series IV (50 cm) varies widely from individuals central to the ANC such as Nelson Mandela and Chris Hani to relatively remote individuals worldwide whose connection to the movement is more distant, such as North American celebrities Stevie Wonder and Spike Lee. All varieties of material occur here, including some photographs, contracts, handwritten letters of support, and faxes notifying members of upcoming meetings.

The Mandela Tours Series V (30 cm) is divided into two sub-series named for the years in which the tours took place. Two major trips to the United States were made by Nelson Mandela, one in 1990 and the other in 1993. Cities, universities and government officials of the United States have left traces here of the wide ranging influence of the ANC and South African political affairs at large on the consciousness of the United States. This is evident in the excited letters, faxes, announcements and meeting notes that surround the two visits. Also recorded here is the grassroots support at the citizen level, such as the Kansas Anti-Apartheid Coalition. Some additional material on these tours is located in the Correspondence series.

The Missions Series VI (15 cm) is dedicated to the materials of ANC offices distributed around the globe. Largely represented are interactions from American agencies, companies, and social groups, and universities inviting chief representative Mabuza to a variety of speaking engagement invitations, conferring various honors on ANC leaders, and seeking advice and research assistance from the ANC through the Washington office. Also occurring is a series of communications between other offices and the Washington office, such as a January 22, 1991 announcement to all Chief Representatives of the intention of opening a Denmark Mission.

Organizations Series VII (60 cm). Representing a wide variety of organisations, this series deals primarily with those organisations that dealt directly with the ANC itself, and therefore have through the process of ordinary business passed papers of their own offices to the Washington office.

The Photographs Series VIII (18 cm) contains a variety of photographs of people and places related to the anti-apartheid cause, ranging from posed portraits of the most famous ANC members to candid snapshots of South Africa’s ordinary citizens in their home neighborhoods. Some photographs are also located in the Individuals series.

Subject Files Series IX (330cm). A broad representation of countries, conferences, and third party (usually ANC) writings on various organisations (as opposed to papers directly passed from organisations to the ANC during regular communication and business, which occur in the Organisations series.) The Subject Files span a wide array of topics ranging from South African topics to American issues. Material in this series often overlaps with documentation in the earlier series.

 

 

Box 1

 Series I – Administrative

1. Academy for Educational Development, 1991-1992

2. Adopt-a-Political Prisoner, 1989

3. Africa Fund, 1991-1993

4. American Committee on Africa, 1990

5. ANC Conferences (1), 1985; 1990-1993

 

 

Box 2

6.ANC Conferences (2), 1992

7. ANC Constitution, n.d.

8. ANC-DEP World Bank Visit, 1992

9. ANC – DIA Workshop, 1992

10.ANC – Department of Arts and Culture, 1989-1992

 

 

Box 3

11. ANC – Department of Information and Publicity, 1991-1992

12. ANC Discussion Documents, 1990-1991

13. ANC Donors’ Conference, 1990

14. ANC Fundraising in the U.S., 1990-1993

15. ANC Health, 1991-1993

 

 

Box 4

16. ANC Housing, 1994

17. ANC Human Resources Development Department, 1992

18. ANC Information Package, History and Biographical Details

19. ANC Local Government and Human Resources, 1992-1993

20. ANC Meetings, 1989-1990

21. ANC New York Education Committee, 1988

22. ANC Oslo Conference, 1983

23. ANC Policy Guidelines, April 1992

 

 

Box 5

24. ANC Programme of Action, 1991-1992

25. ANC Projects, 1990-1992

26. ANC Reports, 1990-1991

27. ANC Statements (1), 1989-1993

28. ANC Statements (2), 1992

 

 

Box 6

29. ANC Statements (3), 1991

30. ANC Statements (4), 1990

31. ANC Women’s League, 1992

32. Anniversary, ANC 80th, 1991-1992

 

 

Box 7

33. Biographical Information, Various Members, n.d.

34. Boycott, Miami, 1991

35. Business, Commerce, 1993

36. Center For Development Studies, 1990-1992 (2 folders)

37. Commissions, 1990

38. CODESA (Convention for a Democratic South Africa), 1991-1992

 

 

Box 8

39. Constitutional Committee, 1992

40. Constitutional Committee Visit (U.S.), 1992

41. Constitutional Guidelines for a Democratic South Africa, 1991 -

1992

42. Detainees, 1990

 

 

Box 9

43. Donations, 1990

44. Freedom Charter, [1955]

45. Harare Declaration, 1989-1991

46. Holomisa, Bantu (Speech), 1990

47. Inkatha – Buthelezi, 1992

48. Interviews, 1993

49. Malibongwe Conference, Women, Amsterdam, 1990

50. Mandela Speeches, 1990

 

 

Box 10

51. Mass Action, 1992

52. Minutes, Groote Schuur, Pretoria, 1990-1991

53. MK (Umkhonto we Sizwe) Data Collection Form, 1993

54. MK (Umkhonto we Sizwe) People’s Army, 1992

55. Motsvonyane Report (ANC Response) 1993

56. Negotiations, Bill of Rights, 1992-1993 (3 folders)

 

 

Box 11

57 – 58. Negotiations, Bill of Rights, 1992 – 1993

59. Nelson Mandela Scholarship Award, 1989

60. Notes, Selection of Staff Member, 1991

61. Nzo, Alfred, Speech by, 1989

62. Obituaries, 1990-1991

63. Office of the Department of International Affairs, Thabo Mbeki,

1990-1993

 

 

Box 12

64. Office of National Chairperson-Oliver Tambo (Individual

Speeches), 1989-1993

65. Omar, A.M. Paper: Zimbabwe’s First Decade of Political

Independence: Lessons for South Africa and Namibia, 1990

66. Patriotic Front Conference, 1991

67. Peace Accord, Natal, September 1991

68. Political Organisations, 1989-1990

69. Political Prisoners (1), 1989 – 1991

 

 

Box 13

70. Political Prisoners (2), 1989 – 1990

71. Press Requests to Interview Mandela, 1990

72. Pretoria Minute, 1990

73. Proposals, 1989-1992

 

 

Box 14

74. Public Relations, 1988-1992

75. Ramophosa, Cyril, Office of the Secretary General (Including

Speeches), 1991-1993

76. Repatriation, 1992

77. Reports, 1990

78. Requests for Assistance, 1989-1993

79. Speeches, General, 1991-1992

80. Women, ca 1990

81. Working Group on International Relations, 1991

 

 

Box 15

 Series II – Correspondence

1. ANC to ANC, 1992-1994

2 – 3. Faxes, Incoming, 1992-1994 (2 folders)

4. Faxes, Outgoing, 1992-1994

 

 

Box 16

5. Holt, Nathan, 1991

6 – 8. Incoming Correspondence, 1990-1994 (3 folders)

9. Invitations, 1990-1993

 

 

Box 17

10. Kaiser Family Foundation, 1991-1993

11. Kalahari Press, 1991

12. Kellogg Foundation, 1990-1993

13. Kliptown Books, n.d.

14. Kosamar, Lucy, 1991

15. Lee, Spike, 1991-1992

16. Los Angeles World Affairs Council, 1991

17. Mandela to De Klerk, 1992

18. Mandela to Jimmy Carter, 1990

19. Mandela to Stevie Wonder & Bill Cosby, 1990

20. National Black Police Association, 1990

21. National Geographic Magazine, 1992

22. National Lawyer’s Guild, 1991-1993

 

 

Box 18

23 – 25. Office of the President, Mandela, 1988-1993 (3 folders)

 

 

Box 19

26. Outgoing, 1990-1994 (3 folders)

27. Palestine, 1991

28. Peace Corps, 1991

29. Peltier, Leonard, 1991

30. Projects, 1990

31. Speakers Unlimited, 1990-1991

32. Socialist Workers’ Party, 1990

33. Technica (Institute for Technology & Development), 1990

34. Thebe Investment Corporation 1991-1993

36. United States Government, 1990

37. Washington Mission to the ANC in South Africa, 1993

38. Wells, Elizabeth, Peace Concert, 1993

 

 

Box 20

 Series III – Fundraising

1. ANC Bay Area Chapter, 1990-1991

2. ANC Los Angeles Chapter, 1990-1991

3. ANC/RPC, 1990-1991

4. ANC Youth League, 1990-1993

5. International Women’s Groups, n.d.

 

 

Box 21

6. South African International Student Congress, 1989

7. South African National Student Congress, 1990-1991

8. South African Student Committees, 1990-1991

9. South African Women’s Day Committee, 1990-1992

10. Thobejane, Senti, 1991

 

 

Box 22

 Series IV – Individuals

1. Ali, Mohammed, 1991-1993

2. Ashe, Arthur, 1992-1993 (2 folders)

3. Baker, Willy-United Food, 1990

4. Buthelezi, M. (speech), 1990

5. Clement, Marilyn, 1992

6. Clinton, Bill, n.d.

7. Cosby, Bill, 1993

8. Dellums, Ronald, 1991

9. Davis, Sydney Curtis, 1974-1978

10. Dinkins, David/ New York Mayor, 1991-1992

11. Elder, Yehudah/Pan-Africanist, 1988-1990

 

 

Box 23

12. Fauntroy, Walter, 1978, 1987-1992

13. Feni, Dumile, 1990-1991

14. Haley, Alex interviews for Playboy, 1991

15 – 16. Hani, Chris, 1990-1993 (2 folders)

 

 

Box 24

17. Heinz, Lennox, 1990

18. Holomisa, Bantu, 1988-1993

19. Jones, Quincy, 1991-1992

20. Jordan, Ballo, 1991-1992

21. Kennedy, Senator Edward, 1991-1992

22 – 23.King, Martin Luther Jr., 1990-1992

 

 

Box 25

24. Koppel, Ted, 1992

25. Lapsley, Father Michael, 1991

26. Levin, Carl, 1991

27. Luthuli, Albert, 1961

28. Mabuza, Lindiwe, 1990-1994

29. Magethlou, Zeph, 1986-1990

30 – 32. Mandela, Nelson, n.d.(3 folders)

 

Box 26

33. – 34. Mandela, Winnie, 1990-1993 (2 folders)
35. Masekela, Barbara, 1990
36. Masekela, Hugh, n.d.
37. Masholi, Ribbon Naomi, n.d., 1990
38. Ncube, Sister Bernard
39. Nkobi, Thomas, 1993
40. Palme, Olof, 1987
41. Peltier, Leonard, n.d.
42. Phosa, Matthew, 1991
43. Radebe, Jeffrey, 1988-1993
44. Reddy, Enuga, 1990
45. Schwarz, Harry, 1990-1991

 

Box 27

46. Semenya, Caiphus/Letta Mbuli, 1990
47. Sisula, Sheila, 1990
48. Tambo, Adelaide, 1994
49. Tambo, Oliver, 1993
50. Tutu, Bishop Desmond, 1984
51. Vance, Cyrus, 1992
52. Vilakazi, Doris, 1993
53. Wells, Elizabeth, 1992
54. Wonder, Stevie, 1991-1992
55. Xoba, Ndikho, Chicago, 1991-1993

 

 

Box 28

 Series V – Mandela Tours

1. Atlanta, 1990

2. Boston, 1990

3. Briefing Documents, 1990

4. General Matters, 1990,

5. Letters, 1990 – 1991

6. Lincoln University, 1990

7. Logistics, 1990

 

 

Box 29

8. Los Angeles, 1990

9. Mandela, 1990

10. Mandela Reception Committee, 1990

11. Mandela Schedule, 1990

12. Mandela Speeches in U.S., 1990

 

 

Box 30

13. Mandela Trip Projects, 1990

14. Mandela Welcoming Committee, 1990

15. Meeting and Preamble, 1990

16. Miami, 1990

17. Miscellaneous, 1990, 1993

18. New York City, 1990

19. Notes, 1990

20. Oakland, 1990

21. Washington, D.C., 1990

 

 

Box 31

22. Atlanta, July, 1993

23. Chicago, July, 1993

24. General Matters June-December, 1993

25. Los Angeles, July, 1993

26. New York, July, 1993

27. Philadelphia, July, 1993

28. Washington, D.C., July, 1993

 

 

Box 32

 Series VI – Missions

1. Canada, 1992-1993

2. Houston, 1992

3. International, 1991-1993

4. Invitations, 1990-1991

5. Japan, 1993

6. London, 1992-1993

7. United Nations, 1991-1993

 

 

Box 33

8. USA, General, n.d.

9. Women’s Section (US), 1990-1991

Series VII – Organizations

10. Africa Fund, 1991

11. All-Chicago African People’s Committee, 1990

12. Amalgamated Clothing and Textile Worker’s Union (ACTWU),

1990-1991

13. American Arab Anti-Discrimination Committee, 1991-1993

 

 

Box 34

14. American Association for the Advancement of Science, 1990

15. American Black Achievement Awards, 1991

16. American Business Information, 1989-1991

17. American Business Initiative for a Free South Africa, 1990

18. American Center for International Leadership, 1988-1990

19. American Committee on Africa, 1990-1992

20. American Federation of Labor and Congress of

Industrial Organisations (AFL/CIO), 1985-1992

 

 

Box 35

21. American Friends Service Committee, 1990-1992

22. American Indians, 1990-1992

23. American Jewish Congress, 1990-1993

24. American Muslim Council, 1990

25. Anti-Apartheid Organisation, 1991-1993

26. Apple Computers, Inc., 1993

27. Argus/ David Braum, 1990

28. Art, 1990

29. AWB, 1993

 

 

Box 36

30. Banks, 1991

31. Bantu Status, 1989-1992

32. Baobab Press, 1993

33. Belafonte Enterprises, 1990

34. Black Enterprise Television, 1991

35. Black Organisations, General, 1990-1991

36. Black Sash, 1992

37. Braklaagte, 1991

38. Capital District Coalition Against Apartheid, 1992

 

Box 37

39. Carnegie Corporation of New York, 1991
40. Carnegie Endowment for International Peace, 1991
41. Caribbean Newsletters, 1989
42. Catholic Centre of Concern, 1993
43. Centre for Applied Biotechnology and Agriculture (CABA), n.d.
44. Center for Strategic and International Studies, 1989-1992
45. Childhood Project, the, 1991
46. Christian Science Monitor, 1991-1992

 

 

Box 38
47. Churches, 1991-1993

48. Carter Centre of Emory University, 1991

49. Central Intelligence Agency, 1992

50. Cleveland, Dennard and Company, 1991

51. Coalition of Black Trade Unionists, 1990-1993

52. College Admissions Institute of America, 1993

53. Coca-Cola, 1990-1993

54. Committee for Health in Southern Africa (CHISA), 1990-1991

 

 

Box 39

55. Committee in Solidarity with the People of El Salvador, 1991

56. Committee of Correspondents, 1992

57. Commonwealth Committee, 1991

58. Congress of the United States, 1991

59. Conference on Policing a New South Africa, 1991

60. Formosan Association for Public Affairs, 1990

61. Fund For a Free South Africa, 1992

62. General, n.d.

63. Green Party of U.S.A., 1991

 

 

Box 40

64. Infancy Training, 1967-1974, 1990

65. Lawyers’ Committee for Civil Rights, 1990-1992

66. Miscellaneous, 1989, 1992

67. South African International Student Congress (SIASCO) 1990

68. Washington Office on Africa, 1990 (2 folders)

 

 

Box 41

 Series VIII – Photographs

Aly, Ma, n.d.

ANC Chief Representatives

Black Living at Work

Botha, Thozmile

Brookes, Tyrone

Domisse, John

Ebrahim, Ebrahim

El Salvador

Epps, D. Wain C.

First, Ruth

Lampei, David

Makeba, Meriam

Mandela, Nelson

Mandela, Winnie

Masekela, Barbara

Masekela, Hugh

Mashigo, Petrus

Mange, James

Matola Raid

Mbheki, Govan

Mbeki, Thabo

Mbulu, Letta

Miscellaneous

Mkono, Joshua

Moise, David

Molla, M.

Mugabe, Robert

Music

Nakeba, David

Negatives

Nkobi, Thomas

Nkondo, Sankie

Nokwe, Duma

Nzo, Alfred

Osei, Narishma

Qoboza, Percy

Payi, Clarence

Santamaria, Mongo

SAP

Sekou, Toure??

Shabangu, Johannes

Sharpeville Six

Slides

Slovo, Joe

Solidarity

SOMAFCO (Solomon Mahlangu Freedom College)

South Africans

Soweto

Tambo, Adelaide

Tambo, Oliver

Tradition

Tsobe, Anthony

Unknown

Unknown Activist

Western Sahara

Women

Women-UN

Xulu, Sipho

Zindiwe

Zondo, Andrew

 

 

Box 42

 Series IX – Subject Files

1. Access, n.d.

2. Action News/ ACOA, 1990-1992

3. Advisory Neighborhood Commission, 1984-1991

4. Africa-General, 1991-1993

5. Africa Fund, 1990

6. Africa Insider, 1990-1992

 

 

Box 43

7. African Arts Fund, 1991-1993

8. African American Institute (AAI) 1988-1991

9. African American Labor Centre, 1991-1993

10. African Americans, 1979, 1990-1992

11. African Committee, n.d.

12. African Communications, 1992

13. African Methodist Episcopal Church, 1992

14. African National Congress in Combat, 1981 – 1982

15. Africare 1991-1993

 

 

Box 44

16. A.L. Nellum and Associates, n.d.

17. Alexandra Centre, 1991

18. American Anti-Apartheid Activities, 1990-1996

19. American Civil Liberties Union, 1992

20. American Issues, 1992

21. American Media, 1990-1994

22. American Organisation Movements, 1992-1994

23. Amnesty International, 1987-1993

 

 

Box 45

24 – 26. ANC Conference, 1992 (3 folders)

27. ANC Constitution

 

 

Box 46

29. ANC – Mandela’s release, 1990

30. ANC Policy Guides, 1993

31. ANC Program Souvenir, 1989

32. ANC Statements/Declarations, Resolutions, 1990-1993

33. ANC Statements of the National Executive Committee (NEC), 1991/1992

34. ANC Support Conference, West Coast, 1992

35. Angola, 1990

36. Anti-Apartheid Solidarity Movement Conference, February 1993

 

 

Box 47

37. Apartheid is Wrong, A Campaign by Young People and Educators Against Apartheid

38. Apostolic Humanitarian Award, 1993

39. Art and Culture, General, 1990-1993

40. Biographical Data, 1988-1994

41. Bisho Massacre, 1992

42. Black History, 1984-1991

 

 

Box 48

43. Boycott, 1990

44. Cambodia, 1990

45. Canada, 1991

46. Catholic Bishop’s Conference, 1990

47. Centre for Strategic and International Studies, 1992

48. Changing South Africa, A- What Does It Portend for the Future,

1990

49. Children, 1990-1991

50. Chile, 1986, 1989, 1993

 

 

Box 49

51. CODESA (Convention For a Democratic South Africa), 1992

52. COSAC (Children of Soweto Action Centre), 1993

53. Commonwealth of Virginia, 1992

54. Conferences, 1990-1994

55. Congressional Black Caucus, 1990-1993

 

 

Box 50

56. Constitution of the Republic of South Africa, 1993 (2 folders)

57. Constitutional Guidelines, 1993

58. CONTRALESA (Congress of Traditional Leaders of South Africa,1992

59. COSATU (Congress of South African Trade Unions), 1990

60. Covert Action, 1990

61. Cuba, 1989-1992

62. Current History, 1991

 

 

Box 51

63. DC Statehood, 1991-1993

64. De Klerk-Parliament, 1991

65. Delegations, 1994

66. Democracy Now Tour, 1991

67. Democratic Party, USA, 1988

68. Democracy, Transition to, 1992

69. Department of the Army, USA, 1991-1992

70. Diamond Cutting, 1992

71. Discussion Papers, 1993

72. Drew University, 1993

 

 

Box 52

73. Drought, 1992

74. Dumile: Pritchard, Art Exhibition, 1990

75. East Asian Action Against Apartheid, January 23-25, 1990

76. Economic Guidelines, 1992 – 1993

77. Economy, 1990

78. Education Against Racism and Apartheid, 1993

79. Election Campaign, 1994

80. Elections – Interns, 1993

 

 

Box 53

81. Electoral Bill, South Africa, 1993

82. Emerge, 1993

83. Environment, 1989-1990

84. Episcopal Church Centre, 1990-1991

85. Essence Magazine, 1990

86. European Economic Community, 1990

87. Fenton Communication, 1990

88. Flyers, n.d.

89. Ford Foundation, 1990-1992

90. Foreign Affairs, 1987-1990

91. Foreign Agents Registration Act, 1938

92. Formosan Association For Public Affairs, 1990-1991

 

 

Box 54

93. Gandhi, 1990

94. Georgetown University International Law Center, 1991

95. Global Africa, 1990

96. Global Business Access, 1993

97. Global Exchange, 1990-1991

98. Global Vision, n.d.

99. Goldstone Communion, 1992

100. Golf Boycott, 1990-1991

101. Gulf War, the, 1990

102. Harlem Boys Choir, 1992

103. Haiti, Hawaii, n.d.

 

 

Box 55

104. Harms Commission, 1990

105. Hate Mail, 1990

106. Health Care Consumer Network, 1990

107. Health Conference, n.d.

108. Heritage Foundation, 1990

109. House Hearings, 1991

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Box 56

110. House of Representatives, 1992

111. Housing, n.d.

112. Howard University, 1993

113 – 114. Human Rights 1990-1993

 

 

Box 57

115. IBM, 1991

116. Imilonji, Kantu, 1993

117. Inauguration, Clinton, 1993

118. IDT (Independent Development Trust), 1993

119. Indian Community, 1992

120. Indian Treaty Council, 1990-1993

121. Indiana Black Expo, 1990

122. Information Project for Africa, 1991-1992

123. Inkatha, 1990, 1992

 

 

Box 58

124. Inkatha’s Secrets Revealed, 1991-1993

125. Inkathagate, 1991-1992

126. Institute on African Affairs, 1990

127 – 128. IIE (Institute of International Education), 1991-1993

 

 

Box 59

129. ICCR (Interfaith Center on Corporate Responsibility) 1991-1993

130. International Committee for Peace and Unification of Korea, 1993

131. ILO (International Labor Office, 1990-1993

132. International Soidarity, 1993

133. Interviews, 1989-1990

134. Iscor Limited, 1990

135. Investing in South Africa (Congress), 1994

 

 

Box 60

136. Investment, 1993

137. Investment – Notre Dame, 1991

138. Invitations, 1991-1993

139. Iran, 1992

140. Irish Anti-Apartheid Material, 1990-1992

141 – 142. IRRC – Investor Responsibility Research Centre, 1989 – 1992, 1993

 

 

Box 61

143. Israeli Foreign Affairs, 1991

144. Japan, 1991

145. Jewish Relations: Mandela/Arafat, 1990-1993

146. Kansas Anti-Apartheid Coalition, 1991

147. Land Issues, n.d.

148. Lee Elder Invitational, 1992

149. Mandela Response to De Klerk Memo, July 1992

150. Mt. Etjo Conference on Democratic Transitions, 1993

151. NAACP (National Association for the Advancement of Colored People), 1993

152. Namibia Voter Education Project, 1992

153. National Conference in Support of the ANC and other democratic forces for a new South Africa, 1992

 

 

Box 62

154. National Council of Churches, 1991

155. National Democratic Institute for International Affairs, Amy Biehl, 1989-1991

156. National Endowment for Democracy, 1990-1991

157. National Foreign Trade Council, 1993

158. National Forum For Black Public Administrators, 1992

159. National Party, the, 1991-1992

160. National Rainbow Coalition, Inc., 1990-1993

161. National Security Archives: Kenny Mokoena, 1990

162. Native Americans, 1990-1992

 

 

Box 63

163. Nelson Mandela Essay Contest, New Haven, 1990

164. New England Circle, 1989-1992

165. Newsclippings, 1991-1993

166. Nicaragua, 1990-1993

167. Nigeria, 1990-1992

168. Nordic Countries, 1990

169. OAU (Organisation for African Unity), 1989-1992

170. Oil Embargo, 1990-1993

 

 

Box 64

171. Palestine, 1990-1991

172. PAC (Pan-African Congress), 1991-1993

173. Pan American-Pan African Association Inc., 1990

174. Panos Institute, 1990

175. Pegasus Air International, 1992

176. Philadelphia, 1992

177. Philippines, 1991

178. Plays (Tied Apart)

179. Plenipotentiary Conference

180. PLO (Palestinian Liberation Organisation), 1988

181. Poetry, 1992

 

 

Box 65

182. Poland, 1989

183. Presbyterian Church (USA), 1993

184. Press Credential Procedures, 1990

185. Pretoria Minute, 1991

186. Pro-Apartheid Structures, 1991

187. Projects, 1991

188. Projects in International Development and Training, 1992

189 – 190. Project Proposal (2 folders), 1991

 

 

Box 66

191. Propositions, 1990

192. Psychological Association, 1991-1992

193. Racism-USA, n.d.

194. Referendum, 1991-1992

195. Refugees, 1991

196. Religion, n.d.

197. Religious Organisations, 1992

198. Renamo, 1989

199 – 200. Resolutions and Ordinances, US-South Africa, 1984-1991

 

 

Box 67

201. Rivonia, 1991

202. Road to Damascus, 1989

203. Robben Island (Hunger Strike), 1990

204. Robinson, Cleveland, 1991-1992

205. Rossing Uranium, 1991

206. Royal Crown Cola, 1992

207. SABSWA (South African Black Social Workers’ Association), n.d.

208. SAFE (South Africa Free Election Fund), 1993

209. SAFTE (Southern African Freedom Through Education

Foundation), 1992-1993

210. Sanctions, 1990-1993

 

 

Box 68

211 – 212.Sanctions, 1990 – 1993

213. Sanctions Bill, US, 1992

214 – 215.Sanctions (financial) 1991-1993

 

 

Box 69

216. Sanctions (financial) 1991-1993

217. Sanctions-Hearnings and Testimonies, 1991

218. Sanctions/Waivers, 1992-1993

219. Sister Community Project, 1990-1993

220. Shell Boycott, 1989-1991

221. Shisana Family, n.d.

222. Smithsonian Institution, n.d.

223. Socialism, n.d.

224. Socialist Workers’ Party, 1990-1992

 

 

Box 70

225. Songs for Mandela, n.d.

226. South Africa Committee (Howard University), 1993

227. South Africa Financial Sanctions for Democracy Amendment Act, 1989

228. South Africa Labor News, 1991

229. South Africa Legal Aid Association, 1990-1991

230. South Africa National Civic Organisation, 1993

231. South Africa Now, 1991

232. South Africa Update, n.d.

233. South Africa Youth Day, 1991

234. South Africa Youth Organisations, Student Movements, 1993

235. South African Armscor Deals

236. South African Black Business, 1990

237. South African Council of Churches, 1991-1992

 

 

Box 71

238. South African Embassy, 1993

239. South African Forum, 1991

240. South African Support Committee, 1990

241. Soviet Union, 1990

242. Speeches, 1992-1994

243. Spelman College, 1991

244. Sudan, 1993

245. Surplus People Project, 1990

246. Sweden, n.d.

247. Tambo, Oliver, Funeral Program, 1993

248. Tanzanian Embassy, African Diplomatic Corps, 1991-1992

249. Technical Committee on Fundamental Rights-Report, July, 1993

250. Testimonies, 1992

 

 

Box 72

251. Time Magazine, 1990

252. Trade Unions, ca 1984

253. Transition to Democracy Act, 1992

254 – 255.. Transafrica, 1990-1993

265. Transkei – Unitranews., 1990

 

 

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266. Unita/Renamo, 1988

267. United Church of Christ, 1991-1992

268. United Methodist Church, 1993

269. United Nations Centre Against Apartheid, 1991-1992

270 – 271. United Nations Documents, ca 1992

 

 

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272. United Nations Documents, ca 1992

273. United Nations Oil Embargo, 1987-1990

274. United Nations, 1991-1992

275. United States Africa Policy, 1993

276. United States – Baker- State Department, 1988-1992

277. United States Chamber of Commerce, 1991

278. United States Congress, 1991-1992

 

 

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279. United States Congress Fund, 1991

280. United States Congressman, George Crockett, 1990

281. Tutu, Desmond (Archbishop), 1990

282. United States Government, 1990-1994

283. United States House of Representatives, 1988-1991

284. United States Lawyers, Mandela, 1986-1989

285. United States Senate, 1990-1993

286. United States State Department, 1985-1991

 

 

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287. United States Subcommittee on Africa-Committee on Foreign

Affairs, 1988-1992

288. United States Trade, 1993

289. University of Cape Town, 1990-1993

290. University of Maryland, 1990-1991

291. University of Michigan, 1991

292. University of Minnesota, 1990-1992

293. University of Virginia, 1992

294. Unknown Mentor, ca 1992

295. USAFSA (United States of America For South Africa), 1990

296. USSALEP (United States South Africa Leader Exchange Program),1990-1991

 

 

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297. VAT (Value Added Tax) in South Africa, 1991

298. Videovision Enterprises, 1992

299 – 301. Violence, 1990-1992 (3 folders)

301. Virgin Islands, 1992

 

 

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302. Virginia, State of, U.S.A., 1993

303. Visitor Programs / Service of Meridian Health International, 1992

304. Vukani Mawethu, 1991

305. Waddington Report on Boipatong, 1992

306. Washington and Christian, 1993

307. Washington Office on Africa, 1990-1993

308. Weekly Mail, 1992

309. White Survival, 1991-1992

310. Wichita, 1992

311. Williams, Walker A., 1992-1993

312. World Affairs Coucil, 1992-1993

313. World Bank, 1991-1993

314. World Campaign, 1991-1993

315. World Council of Churches, 1990

316. World Economic Development Congress, 1992

 

 

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317. World Media Foundation, 1991

318. World University Games, 1992-1993

319. World Vision, 1990-1991

320. Young Ideas, 1990

321. Youth Visions, 1993

322. Zaire, 1990-1993 (2 folders)