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Organizational History

Scope and Contents

Restrictions

Index Terms

Related Material

Administrative Information

Sources:

Description of Series

Series I. Initiatives, Events, and Sponsorships, 1961-1975

Series II. Correspondence, 1961-1986

Series III. Administrative Records, 1960-1977

Series IV. Other Papers, 1931-1974

Index

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University of Texas, Harry Ransom Humanities Research Center

The Transcription Centre:

An Inventory of Its Records in the Manuscript Collection at the Harry Ransom Humanities Research Center



Creator: The Transcription Centre, circa 1962-1977
Title: The Transcription Centre Records
Dates: 1931-1986 (bulk 1960-1977)
Abstract: The records of the Transcription Centre comprise scripts and manuscripts, correspondence, legal documents, business records, ephemera, photographs, and clippings spanning the years 1931 to 1986.
Extent: 25 boxes (10.50 linear feet)
Languages: English, Hausa, Swahili, German, French, and Italian.
Repository: The University of Texas at Austin, Harry Ransom Humanities Research Center

Organizational History

The Transcription Centre began its brief but significant life in February 1962 under the direction of Dennis Duerden (1927-2006), producing and distributing radio programs for and about Africa. Duerden was a graduate of Queen’s College, Oxford and had served as principal of the Government Teachers’ College at Keffi, Nigeria and later as producer of the Hausa Service of the BBC. As an artist and educator with experience in West Africa, as well as a perceptive critic of African art he was a natural in his new post.

The Transcription Centre was created with funding provided initially by the Congress for Cultural Freedom (CCF) to foster non-totalitarian cultural values in sub-Saharan Africa in implicit opposition to Soviet-encouraged committed political attitudes among African writers and artists. Much of the CCF’s funding and goals were subsequently revealed to have come from the U.S. Central Intelligence Agency. The stress between the CCF’s presumed wish to receive value for their investment in the Transcription Centre and Duerden’s likely belief that politically-based programming would alienate the very audience it sought permeated his activities throughout his years with the radio service.

The center’s first effort in broadcasting was Africa Abroad, a fifteen-minute weekly program of interviews and news edited by Lewis Nkosi, a South African expatriate journalist and scholar. Africa Abroad was produced from 1962 through 1966, along with other occasional programming. In the years between 1966 and 1970 programs were funded by and produced for Deutsche Welle in Germany. African Writers Talking, a collection of interviews conducted between 1962 and 1968 and edited by Duerden and Cosmo Pieterse, was published in 1972 by Heinemann.

Beginning in 1964 a mimeographed periodical, Cultural Events in Africa, was published, carrying news items of cultural activities in Africa. As the Transcription Centre’s activities wound down in the mid-1970s, Cultural Events was for a time produced at the African Studies Centre of the University of Cambridge, with publication eventually ceasing in 1975, the year the Transcription Centre closed its final home in London at 6 Paddington Street.

Over the dozen years of its active existence under Duerden’s management, the Transcription Centre enjoyed the services of a remarkable array of writers and scholars, including Frene Ginwala, Alex La Guma, John Nagenda, Lewis Nkosi, Donatus Nwoga, Cosmo Pieterse, Richard Rive, Andrew Salkey, and Robert Serumaga.

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Scope and Contents

The records of the Transcription Centre comprise scripts and manuscripts, correspondence, legal documents, business records, ephemera, photographs, and clippings. The collection, which spans the years 1931 to 1986, is arranged partly in original order and partly in a devised order. The material is organized in four series: I. Initiatives, Events, and Sponsorships, 1961-75; II. Correspondence, 1961-86; III. Administrative Records, 1960-77; and IV. Other Papers, 1931-74. Languages present include English, Hausa, Swahili, German, French, and Italian.

Series I., Initiatives, Events, and Sponsorships, constitutes the largest group of records and probably contains the most complete representation of the Transcription Centre’s many activities. The series includes files on conferences, festivals, music, publications, radio programs, scholarship and research, television projects, and theater and film projects.

Africa Abroad, the prime broadcast vehicle for the center in its early years, is represented by a fairly complete collection of scripts, along with scripts of other radio series produced by the center, such as Oral Traditions in Hausa and Swahili, Men and Space, and People on the Move (the latter two in English and Swahili versions). There is also much additional documentation of broadcasting efforts in the form of program logs, tape catalogs, and correspondence regarding the ultimately successful effort to place the audio tapes at the Center for Research Libraries in Chicago.

Particularly noteworthy is a large file of scripts and script fragments arranged topically as a broadcast and publishing resource, including material not represented elsewhere in the papers. An index to the names, titles, and subjects represented in this file is included in this finding aid.

For Cultural Events in Africa, the center’s periodical newsletter, slightly more than half of the issues published (primarily from the later period) are present. A gathering of news items, press releases, and minor published materials from which short and long pieces in Cultural Events were often based is also present. Much of this original source material is fugitive in nature and likely difficult to locate elsewhere.

Other projects supported by the Transcription Centre include the ethnological work of Gerhard Kubik, the Ijinle Theatre Company, and a film version of Wole Soyinka’s The Swamp Dwellers. The series also demonstrates various efforts to assist African musicians and encourage interest in African musical performance. Materials relating to conferences and festivals of African art and culture in the 1960s and early 1970s are located in the series, of which those concerned with the 1965 Commonwealth Arts Festival in Cardiff, Wales are the most extensive.

Comprising about a quarter of the papers, Series II. Correspondence, contains significant evidence of the Transcription Center’s efforts on behalf of African art, writing, and scholarship through broadcasting, conferences, and cultural festivals. Though the correspondence spans 1961 to 1986, the period before 1970 is strongest.

Dennis Duerden’s tireless efforts to draw attention to Africa’s mind and soul at the beginning of the post-colonial era are documented in the center’s correspondence with artists (Jimo Akolo, Julian Bienart) and writers (Chinua Achebe, Ezekiel Mphahlele, Rajat Neogy, David Rubadiri), as well as academics and other scholars (Ulli Beier, Sillaty K. Dabo, Gerhard Kubik, Margaret Laurence, Ivan van Sertima). The extensive body of correspondence with Wole Soyinka is especially noteworthy.

Substantial additional correspondence with publishers, contributors, and client radio stations and networks is also found in the series. A complete index of correspondents is available in this finding aid.

Series III. Administrative Records, also represents about a quarter of the Transcription Centre records. The materials here include documents concerned with rent, insurance, utilities, legal matters, and the like, along with a substantial group of subscription records for Cultural Events in Africa.

Fully half of the series, however, demonstrates via regular correspondence the roles of the Congress for Cultural Freedom and the Farfield Foundation in the creation and continued funding of the Transcription Centre and Dennis Duerden’s plans for the broadcasting service. This correspondence appears to have survived substantially complete.

Series IV. Other Papers, embraces in its box-and-a-half extent a group of Transcription Centre reports on social policy in and about Africa, materials on African art and culture, and a collection of papers concerned with non-African film projects in which Duerden involved himself at various times. This latter group is as varied in its emphases as a projected study of the English pub, the art and literature of India, British stage classics generally and Shakespeare specifically. Related promotional records in Series III. contain descriptive material and some correspondence concerned with Dennis Duerden’s work in physiological and medical cinematography in the early 1970s.

Other collections at the Ransom Center holding material related to the Transcription Centre include the records of Research in African Literatures and the papers of Peter Glenville.

The Archival Sound Recordings service of the British Library holds sound recordings produced by the Transcription Centre and makes them available online to those with proper licensing. The Center for Research Libraries in the U.S. holds the collection of audio materials acquired from the Transcription Centre in the 1970s.

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Restrictions

Access:

Open for research

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Index Terms

People
Achebe, Chinua
Akolo, Jimo Bola, 1935-
Beinart, Julian
Bown, Lalage J.
Duerden, Dennis
Kubik, Gerhard, 1934-
Laurence, Margaret
Mphahlele, Ezekiel
Soyinka, Wole
Organizations
Transcription Centre
Commonwealth Arts Festival. (1965 : London, England)
Subjects
Culture--Africa.
Titles
Africa Abroad
Cultural Events in Africa

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Related Material

Research in African Literatures

Peter Glenville Papers

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Administrative Information

Acquisition:

Purchase, 1990 (R12142)

Processed by:

Bob Taylor, 2008

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Sources:

Moore, Gerald. “The Transcription Centre in the Sixties: Navigating in Narrow Seas,” Research in African Literatures, vol. 33, no. 3, Fall 2002.

Price, Derrick. “Dennis Duerden,” The Guardian, 30 January 2007.

Whiteman, Kaye. “Remembering Dennis Duerden, 1927-2006,” ASAUK Newsletter, no. 46, January 2007.

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Container List

 

Series I. Initiatives, Events, and Sponsorships, 1961-1975

Subseries A. Conference Files
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1.1 Broadcasting in Africa (proposed), draft programs and correspondence, 1962-63
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1.2 Inter-university Co-operation in West Africa, Freetown, 1961
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1.3 Mbari Writers Conference, Kampala, 1961
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1.4 Sweden and Denmark (proposed), 1966
Subseries B. Festival Files
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1.5 Berlin festival, 1964
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1.6-7 Commonwealth Arts Festival, 1965, Cardiff
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1.8 Commonwealth Arts Festival, 1965, London
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1.9-10 World Festival of Negro Arts, 1st, 1966, Dakar
Subseries C. Music, Musicians, and Musicology
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2.1 Brand, Dollar (Abdullah Ibrahim), 1965-69
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2.2 Brand, Dollar, divorce and other topics, 1964-65
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2.3 Brand, Dollar, Home Office documents, 1965
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2.4 Kubik, Gerhard, ethnological work, 1962-72
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2.5 McGregor, Chris, autobiographical notes
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2.6 Masuka, Dorothy, 1965
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2.7 Music and musicians, correspondence, 1961-74
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2.8 Sowande, Fela, 1963-64
Subseries D. Publications
Cultural Events in Africa
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2.9 Issue drafts, editorial notes, and source notes circa 1966-75
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2.10-11 Published issues 3, 8, 18, 56, 71-78, 80-91, 92-95, 99-103, 105-117; 1964-75
Information and source materials for
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3.1 African dance and African drama, clippings, programs, correspondence, etc.
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3.2 Ghana, pamphlets
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3.3-6, 4.1-3 Press releases, news clippings, pamphlets, correspondence
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4.4-5 Oral Traditions, published issues 3, 5-6, 8-11, other mimeos, various drafts
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4.6, 5.1-2 Various publications, drafts and notes
Subseries E. Radio Programs
Transcriptions
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5.3-7 Africa Abroad, numbers 1-3, 6, 8-42, 45-48, 50, 52, 54, 56, 61-81, 83-97, 99, 101- 112, 114-120, 121-158, handwritten, typed, mimeo
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6.1 Hausa Oral Traditions; other Hausa mimeos
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6.2 Human Rights and Paying for Government, Hausa editions
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6.3 People on the Move, English and Swahili editions; Men and Space, English and Swahili editions
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6.4 Pieterse, Cosmo. Once upon a Holiday and so to Bed in Swahili; various handwritten drafts in Swahili
Swahili interview mimeo series
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6.5 Mabadiliko na Vizuizi, Uhamaji wa Binadamu, Namna za Uhuru, and Haja ya Sharia
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6.6 Swahili Oral Traditions and Swahili Human Rights
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7.1 Mimeo sheets, stapled and unstapled; Hausa handwritten drafts on music
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7.2-4 Mimeo sheets, various; mostly unstapled and with some handwritten notes; various handwritten drafts
Numbered mimeos, drafts, fragments arranged by handwritten item numbers (topics prevalent in each folder indicated)
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7.5 Items 1.2 through 8.4, interviews, includes Zondo, episode 5 without item number
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7.6 Items 9.3 through 21.1, interviews
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8.1 Items 21.2 through 25.1, interviews and biography
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8.2-3 Items 25.2 through 29.3, biography and criticism of playwrights
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8.4 Items 29.11 through 38.1-4, essays on music
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8.5 Items 40.2 through 56.1, criticism of African writing
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8.6-9.1 Items 57.2 through 91.2, politics and social issues; playscripts
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9.2 Items 92.1 through 118.1, essays on art and literature
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9.3 Items 119.1 through 186.4, Africans outside Africa
Tape catalogs and report
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9.4 Catalog of tapes recorded, 1962-70
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9.5 Catalogs of tapes sent to Indiana University, 1970
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9.6 Cue sheets for Deutsche Welle and other radio stations, 1965-67
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9.7 Distribution of Transcription Centre radio broadcasts, 1962-65
Program cover sheets for Deutsche Welle
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10.1 June 1966-February 1968
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10.2 March 1968-July 1970
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10.3 Transcription Centre recording reports, 1968-70
Tape distribution to collections
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10.4 Catalog of tapes sent to Northwestern University, undated
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10.5 Center for Research Libraries, re sale, 1974
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10.6 Northwestern sale of tapes, etc., 1967-73
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10.7 Rex Collings, sale of tapes, 1971
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10.8 Schomburg Collection, New York Public Library, re tapes, 1972
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10.9 Tape archives, various institutions, 1968-73
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11.1 University of California, Los Angeles (John Povey) re sale of tapes, 1967-72
Subseries F. Scholarship and Research
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11.2 African Writers Talking (Heinemann, 1972), forematter text and layout designs
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11.3 André Deutsch Ltd. and children’s book project, 1962-63
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11.4 Embassies in London, correspondence, 1964-67
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11.5 European Community Information Service, correspondence, 1964
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11.6 Ginwala, Frene, proposed book on African nationalism and other topics, 1965-67
Subseries G. Television Projects
The Africa project ["Entertainment in Africa"], Leon Gluckman for ABC Television Network
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11.7 Background notes
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11.8 Correspondence, 1966-67
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11.9 National Educational Television and Radio Center, correspondence re “African writers of today” project, 1963-67
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11.10 Television project on African theater films, 1964?
Subseries H. Theater and Film Projects
Ijinle Theatre Company
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11.11 Charter, minutes, etc., 1966-67
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11.12 Correspondence, 1964-69
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11.13 Fund raising, 1966-67
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11.14 Theatre workshop, 1966
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11.15 Theatre workshop presentation, 1964-67
The Swamp Dwellers (1965 film version)
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12.1 Editing and finish, 1964-65
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12.2 Film crew, 1964
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12.3 Production, auditions, etc., 1964-67
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12.4 Projected showing of, 1965
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12.5 Robert Gardner re, 1966-75
Various
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12.6 Institute of Contemporary Arts, 1964
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12.7 Outlined projects, 1961-69
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12.8 Poetry at the Royal Court Theatre, 1965-66
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12.9 Soyinka, Wole. The Road, 1965, correspondence re

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Series II. Correspondence, 1961-1986

African artists and artists in Africa, 1961-74
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12.10 African artists, re exhibitions of, 1963-74
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12.11 Akolo, Jimo, 1961-68
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12.12 Alarape, Susanne Wenger, 1966
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12.13 Beinart, Julian, 1962-74
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13.1 Cardew, Michael, correspondence re, 1962-74
Exhibitions, correspondence re
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13.2 1963-65
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13.3 1965-70
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13.4 Shipping and delivery questions
African studies institutions and publications
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13.5 African Studies Association, 1969-75
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13.6 Deutsche Afrika-Gesellschaft, 1968-70
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13.7 Journal of African Languages, 1964-68
Contributors
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13.8 A-E
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13.9 F-N
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13.10 Green, Gillian E. (Gill), 1975-78
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13.11 Hoyt, Emily, 1972-73
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14.1 O-S
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14.2 Shils, Edward, 1962-65
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14.3 T-Z, third party, forenames
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14.4 Outgoing
Cultural Events in Africa
General, 1964-72
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14.5 A-G
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14.6 H-L
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14.7 Heinemann, 1964-70
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14.8 Longmans, 1964-68
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15.1 M-R
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15.2 S-Z; unidentified
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15.3 With periodicals, 1964-65
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15.4 Outgoing
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15.5 Publicity and promotion, 1965
Radio stations and networks, 1961-79
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15.6 Australia, 1962-65
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15.7 British Broadcasting Corporation, 1962-67
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15.8 Canadian Broadcasting Corporation, 1964-67
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15.9 Caribbean, 1964-67
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15.10 France, 1963
Germany
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15.11 Deutsche Welle, 1966-68
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15.12 Radio Deutsche Welle (Gerd Meurer), 1966-79
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15.13 Ghana, 1962-67
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15.14 India, 1962-64
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15.15 Kenya, 1962-65
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15.16 Malawi, 1963-67
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15.17 Nigeria, 1962-67
RTV International
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16.1 The Swamp Dwellers and other projects, 1963-68
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16.2 Swahili programme for RTV International, 1965
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16.3 Sierra Leone, 1962-68
Sweden
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16.4 Other than Sveriges Radio, 1964-66
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16.5 Sveriges Radio, 1963-65
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16.6 Tanganyika / Tanzania, 1961-67
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16.7 Uganda, 1962-69
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16.8 United States, 1962-70
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16.9 Zambia, 1964-67
Writers
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16.10 Abraham, W. E.
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16.11 Achebe, Chinua
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16.12 Aidoo, Ama Ata
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16.13 Awoonor, Kofi
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16.14 Awoonor, Kofi and John Wiley (Firm)
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16.15 Barrett, Lindsay
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16.16 Bart-Williams, Gaston
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16.17 Beier, Ulli
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17.1 Clark-Bekederemo, J. P.
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17.2 Crosland, Anthony
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17.3 Dipoko, Mbella Sonne
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17.4 Ekwensi, Cyprian
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17.5 Ezekiel, Nissim
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17.6 Figueiredo, Antonio de
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17.7 Hughes, Langston
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17.8 Hutchinson, Alfred
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17.9 La Guma, Alex
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17.10 Laurence, Margaret
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17.11 Ludwig, Jack
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17.12 Mazrui, Ali
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17.13 Mbiti, John
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17.14 Modisane, Bloke
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17.15 Mphahlele, Ezekiel
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17.16 Nakasa, Nathaniel
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17.17 Neogy, Rajat
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17.18 Nkosi, Lewis
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17.19 Nwoga, Donatus
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17.20 Oduneye, Bayo
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17.21 Ogot, Grace
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17.22 Okigbo, Christopher
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17.23 Peters, Lenrie
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17.24 Pieterse, Cosmo
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17.25 Rive, Richard
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17.26 Rubadiri, David
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17.27 Salkey, Andrew
Script writers
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17.28 Campbell, Barry; Schafer, Mary, 1966-71
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17.29 Re radio program, 1962
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17.30 Serumaga, Robert
Soyinka, Wole
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18.1 1963-67
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18.2 1968-76
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18.3 Undated correspondence and clippings, 1965-86
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18.4 Van Sertima, Ivan

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Series III. Administrative Records, 1960-1977

Administrative and business files, 1961-76
Facilities, rent, utilities, etc.
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18.5 4 & 5 Norfolk Street, 38 Dover Street, 1961-68
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18.6 6 Paddington St., 1968-77
Financial
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19.1 Accounts, 1962, correspondence with Eric Webber (Encounter) re expenses
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19.2 Abdullahi, Aminu, business affairs, 1962-68
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19.3 Lloyds Bank Ltd., 1973-76
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19.4 Mbari, correspondence with Begum Hendrickse, 1962-65
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19.5 Price Waterhouse & Co., audits, 1966-71
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19.6 Receipts, 1966-73
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19.7 Records (production of phonodiscs), 1964-72
Legal
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19.8 Copyright, re use of commercial recordings, 1962-65
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19.9 Legal representation (F. Holdaway), 1966-74
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19.10 Memoranda of association, 1962-77
Solicitors
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19.11 Contracts, 1962-67
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19.12 Correspondence, 1962-66
Library
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20.1 Documentation of periodical subscriptions and books sought, 1962-68
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20.2 Transcription Centre reference library, 1962-67
Miscellaneous
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20.3 Administrative, 1962-71
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20.4 African cultural events, etc., 1962-72
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20.5 Extra Mural Departments, 1962-67
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20.6 Miscellaneous correspondence, 1961-70
Staff
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2.7 Ademola, Frances, correspondence, 1962-64
Staff appointments, etc.
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20.8 A-R
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20.9 S-W, forenames, notes, fragments
Congress for Cultural Freedom, 1960-67
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21.1 Broadcasting in Africa, a report prepared for the Congress for Cultural Freedom by Dennis Duerden, September 1961
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21.2 Correspondence, financial, 1961-66
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21.3 Correspondence, general, 1961-66
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21.4-5 Financial records, 1961-67
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21.6 Hunt, John, confidential correspondence, 1960-67
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22.1 Pakistan Committee for the CCF
Cultural Events in Africa, subscription records
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22.2-3 Correspondence re, 1964-72
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22.4 Invoices, 1976-77
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22.5 Orders 1-200, 1965-66
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22.6 Orders and inquiries, 1970-73
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22.7 Queries, 1964-74
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22.8 Subscription list
Funding files, 1961-73
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23.1 African trip, 1961
Farfield Foundation
Correspondence
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23.2-3 Platt, Frank, 1965-73, undated
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23.4 Thompson, John, 1963-67
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23.5 Payments, 1962-68
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23.6 Stralem, Donald, 1964-73
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23.7 U.S. foundations and funding, 1963-67
Promotional, 1962-75
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23.8 Fund raising (Frene Ginwala), 1965-67
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23.9 Miscellaneous, important, 1962-66
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24.1 Promotional material, including Dennis Duerden’s production of science films, 1964-75

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Series IV. Other Papers, 1931-1974

Africa and African culture
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24.2 African and Afro-American writers, materials re
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24.3 African poetry, including works by Gaston Bart-Williams and others
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24.4 African writers, biographies, etc.
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24.5 Photographs of African authors
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24.6 Présence Africaine cocktail party, 1966
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24.7 Requests for photographs; cultural events, scripts, etc., 1963-74
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24.8 Scrapbook of Nigerian art and writing, circa 1963-66
Appeals, protests and social policy
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24.9 Anti-apartheid message for radio, 1964-65
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24.10 Brutus, Dennis, correspondence re detention, 1963-66
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24.11 Reports by Aminu Abdullahi, Lalage Bown, Dennis Duerden, 1964-66
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25.1 Taverne, Dick, correspondence re Amihyia affair, 1964
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25.2 Volta River Authority, interview conducted by Dennis Duerden, 1963?
Non-African literature and art
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25.3 The English Pub, with Stanley Holloway, Dennis Duerden documentary film project, 1965
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25.4 India, notes on Indian artists and writers "as proposals for film," 1964?
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25.5 Royal Shakespeare Theatre project, Dennis Duerden projected series of filmed Shakespeare performances, 1965-69
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25.6 Untitled play
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25.7 Welbourne, F. B., typescript poems from periodicals, 1931-46
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25.8 Williams, Clifford, notes for an intended partnership with Dennis Duerden to film British stage classics, 1966

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 Index of Correspondents 

  • AB Hermods Läromedel (Birgitta Böös)--24.7
  • ABC-Paramount Records (Philip S. Kurnit)--19.8
  • Abbott, Simon (The Institute of Race Relations)--24.6
  • Abdullahi, Aminu (Mbari)--19.2, 20.8
  • Abelson, Stuart R.--12.11
  • Abraham, W. E. (Willie E.), 1934- --16.10
  • Academy of American Poets (Elizabeth Kray)--14.5
  • Achebe, Chinua--16.11
  • Achola, Pius S. J.--14.5
  • Ackerman, Jean Marie (Society for International Development)--16.1
  • Acquaye, Saka--23.4 (with Institute of International Studies (U.S.))
  • Ademola, Frances (Congress for Cultural Freedom, Mbari)--20.7
  • Africa Bureau (London, England) (Stephanie Grant, Jane Symonds, Mrs. D. B. Thompson)--14.3 (with Thumboo, Edwin), 14.5, 22.7
  • Africa Centre (London, England) (Margaret Feeny, Donald Munro)--20.6, 22.7
  • Africa Report (C. O’Neill)--22.7
  • African-American Institute (Shelby Lewis, Margaret E. Pollard)--1.1, 14.5
  • African Art & Literature (M. O. Okologbu Njoku)--22.7
  • African Arts / Arts d’Afrique (John Povey)--11.1
  • African Circle of Brandeis University (George Schneider)--16.1
  • African Field Recording Survey (Frank J. Gillis)--10.9
  • African Forum (John A. Davis)--14.5
  • African Music and Drama Trust (Polly Carnegie, Jessica Strang, Sir Andrew Watson)--12.7
  • African Studies Association (James Duffy)--13.5
  • African Studies Association. Research Liaison Committee (Shirley K. Fischer)--2.9
  • Africana Publishing Corporation (Helene Silver, Hans M. Zell)--19.6, 22.7
  • Afrika-Archiv (Franz Siedersbeck)--14.5, 22.7
  • Afrikansk-skandinavisk Samarbejdskomité (Jørgen Schleimann)--1.4
  • Afrique Contemporaine (R. Cornevin)--14.5
  • Agrisymba Galerie (Edouard Coffi)--12.10
  • Ahmadu Bello University. Institute of Education (A. R. Allen)--12.11
  • Ahmadu Bello University. Registrar (E. R. Matankari)--12.11
  • Ahsan, Syed Ali, 1922- --22.1
  • Aidoo, Ama Ata, 1942- --16.12
  • Akolo, Jimo Bola, 1935- --12.11
  • Akumu, J. Dennis (Ruskin College, Oxford)--13.8
  • Alarape, Susanne Wenger--12.12
  • Alison’s Entertainments Agency (Alison M. Cutler)--12.3
  • Alister Hallum Films (Firm) (Alister Hallum)--13.1
  • All India Radio (R. L. Jain, A. N. Kapur, M. Masani)--15.14
  • Allan, Elkan (Rediffusion Television Limited)--12.4
  • Allen, Walter--11.9
  • Amadeo Österreichische Schallplatten Aktiengesellschaft (Stephan von Friedberg)--19.7
  • Amartey, J. (Ghana High Commission)--12.4
  • Ambrose Appelbe (Firm) --19.12
  • American Federation of Musicians of the United States and Canada (Henry Zaccardi)--19.8
  • American Society of African Culture (James K. Baker)--22.7
  • André Deutsch (Firm) (André Deutsch, Pamela Royds, Janet Stewart)--11.3, 22.7
  • Andrzejewski, B. W. (School of Oriental and African Studies, University of London)--13.8
  • Angell, Robert--25.5
  • Anonymous Films Limited (R. J. Hall)--2.6
  • Anti-apartheid Movement (S. Abdul, Ethel de Keyser)--24.9
  • Arboussier, Gabriel d’ (L’Ambassadeur du Sénégal)--13.8
  • Ariel Foundation (John Syson)--23.8
  • Armstrong, Robert P. (Robert Pritchard), 1935- --14.5
  • Arts Council of Great Britain (Dennis Andrews, Hugh Evans)--11.12-13, 13.8
  • 'Asfaw Damte--13.8
  • Association Internationale pour la Liberté de la Culture--see International Association for Cultural Freedom
  • Atlas, the Magazine of the World Press (Marvin Barrett)--14.5
  • Australian Association for Cultural Freedom (Richard Krygier)--15.6
  • Australian Broadcasting Commission. London Office (J. Douglas McLean, Keith Mackriell)--15.6
  • Awobokun, T. Adetola--13.8
  • Awona, Stanislas--13.8
  • Awoonor, Kofi, 1935- --14.5, 16.13-14
  • B and A Artists (Firm) (Denys Becher)--12.3
  • BBC African Service (G. M. Gaymer, S. E. Watrous)--23.1
  • Babalola, S. A. (University of Lagos)--14.5
  • Backstrand, Göran, 1937- (Ambassade Royale de Suède)--14.5
  • Bain, Janice--13.8
  • Banham, Martin (University of Ibadan)--14.5
  • Banks, Joseph Ambrose (The University of Liverpool)--12.3
  • Baptiste, Thomas--13.8
  • Barratt Brown, Michael--13.8
  • Barrett, Lindsay, 1941- --16.15
  • Bart-Williams, Gaston--16.16, 24.3
  • Bassir, Olumbe (The University of Ibadan)--14.5
  • Bates, Alan--2.2
  • Battiss, Walter, 1906-1982 (University of South Africa)--12.10
  • Baude, Annika (Studieförbundet Näringsliv och Samhälle)--16.4
  • Baynes, John (The Royal College, Nairobi)--20.7
  • Bazarrabusa, T. B. (Office of the High Commissioner for Uganda)--24.6
  • Bear Lane Gallery (Joan Ells)--13.3
  • Beauvoir, Mathilda--13.8
  • Beier, Ulli (Kovave)--12.10, 13.2, 14.5, 16.17, 20.7
  • Beinart, Julian (International Design Conference in Aspen, University of Cape Town, University of the Witwatersrand)--12.13, 14.5
  • Bell, Harry (Transcription Feature Services Ltd.)--13.8
  • Bell, Sheena A. (University of Hull)--14.5
  • Benjamin, Sathima Bea--2.1, 23.3
  • Benn, Tony, 1925- (House of Commons)--12.4
  • Bennett, Cyril (Rediffusion Television Limited)--12.4
  • Berger, Heinz--14.5
  • Berkeley, Humphry, 1926- (House of Commons)--24.6
  • Bert Aza Agency Ltd. (Lillian Aza, Coral Berg)--12.3, 25.3
  • Beryl Seton (Firm) (R. M. Williams)--12.3
  • Bill Freedman Ltd. (Bill Freedman)--11.13
  • Bishop, David R. (Michigan State University)--14.5
  • Blackbourn, Ellie--20.8
  • Blair, Thomas Lucien Vincent--13.8
  • Blake, Cecil A.--13.8
  • Blishen, Edward--14.5
  • Bloom, Leonard, 1927- (University College of South Wales and Monmouthshire)--13.8
  • Bluecoat Arts Forum (Wendy Harpe)--14.5
  • Bobby’s Film Agency (Bobby Patrick)--12.3
  • Bolivar Bookshop (Hugh M. Dunphy)--20.4
  • Boot-Siertsema, B. (Berthe)--14.5
  • Boston University. African Studies Library (Claire L. Peter)--14.5
  • Bouvier, R. J.--13.9
  • Bowen, David (Cambridge University Press)--12.4
  • Bower, G. A.--11.15
  • Bowling, Frank--24.7
  • Bown, Lalage J. (Federation of Nigeria International Film Festival, The University College, Ibadan, University of California, University of Ibadan, The University of Zambia)--12.3, 20.5
  • Branch, William B.--13.8
  • Brand, Bea--see Benjamin, Sathima Bea
  • Brand, Dollar--see Ibrahim, Abdullah, 1934-
  • Bray, Jeremy, 1930- (House of Commons)--24.6
  • Brazilian Cultural Centre (London, England) (Antonio Olinto)--12.10
  • Bristol Old Vic Theatre Company (Bristol, England) (Douglas Morris)--12.3
  • Britain-Nigeria Association (Ivor Stanbrook)--13.2
  • British and Foreign Bible Society (F. J. Bedford, Jane Symonds)--22.7
  • British Broadcasting Corporation (Leo Aylen, Jack Beale, George Bennett, Holland Bennett, Rodney Bennett, Bush Bailey, D. G. Bridson, Tom Butcher, Douglas Cleverdon, Shirley Cordeaux, Chris Culbertson, W. E. Everingham, Edwin Hinchcliffe, P. Joan Hymans, Ronnie Lane, Robert Layton, George MacBeth, Norman Macdonald, Veronica Manoukian, G. E. H. Mansell, P. H. Newby, M. J. Quinault, D. L. Ross, S. M. Tarran, Barbara Todd, S. E. Watrous, J. F. Wilkinson)--2.6, 12.10, 15.7, 16.3, 23.1
  • British Council (D. J. Collihole, E. Gore-Symes, J. Tomblin)--12.10 (with Fakeye, Lamidi O.), 14.5, 22.7
  • British Institute of History and Archaeology in East Africa (Brian M. Fagan)--3.5
  • British Medical Association. Dept. of Audio Visual Communication (F. Cox)--24.1
  • British Society for International Understanding (John Eppstein)--20.4
  • Brittain, Donald--20.6
  • Broadcasting Foundation of America (Anne S. Pomex)--16.8
  • Brooks, Cleanth, 1906-1994 (Embassy of the United States of America)--24.6
  • Brooks, Jeremy, 1926- (Royal Shakespeare Company)--12.4
  • Brown, Maurice--20.8 (with Kealey, Diana)
  • Brownfoot, Andrew--11.14
  • Brulin, Tone, 1926- --14.5
  • Brutus, Dennis, 1924- --24.10
  • Bull, Theo (Central African Examiner Ltd.)--12.7, 13.8, 14.5
  • Burnett-Silk Organisation (Barry Burnett)--12.3
  • Burton, Patience--see Gewabe, Patience
  • Butcher, George--12.10
  • Butcher, John--14.5
  • Butcher, Tom (The British Broadcasting Corporation)--12.4
  • Caldecott, Moyra--13.8
  • Caldecott, Oliver (Readers Union Ltd.)--20.6
  • Calder, Angus (University of Nairobi)--14.5
  • Cambridge University Press (D. J. Bowen, Philip J. Harris)--14.5
  • Camden Art Trust (Jeannette Jackson)--13.3
  • Campbell, Barry (Marlowe Theatre)--17.28
  • Campbell, E. Simms (Elmer Simms), 1906-1971--2.2
  • Campbell, Jock, Sir--14.5
  • Campbell Hooper & Co. (B. M. Fournier)--11.8
  • Canadian Broadcasting Corporation (Ken Black)--15.8
  • Cannon, Terence--22.7
  • Cardew-Smith & Holland (Firm) (F. Holdaway)--18.5, 19.9, 23.3
  • Cardiff (Wales). City Treasurer and Controller (R. L. Davies)--1.6
  • Carewe, John--13.8
  • Carlson, Ole--3.4, 14.5
  • Carnegie Corporation of New York (Stephen H. Stackpole)--23.7
  • Carter, Simon (Chelsea Glassworks Ltd.)--13.8
  • Cartey, Wilfred G., 1931- --14.5
  • Cassidy, Victor M.--14.5
  • Cassirer, Thomas, 1923- --14.5
  • Censorship (Murray Mindlin)--13.8
  • Center for Research Libraries (U.S.) (Ray Boylan, Robert Gordon Collier)--10.5, 10.9, 22.7
  • Centre de Littérature Évangélique pour l’Afrique d’Expression Française(S. van der Werf)--10.9, 14.5
  • Chappell, Marjorie (University of Ibadan)--12.4
  • Chase, Sally--2.2
  • Chemchemi (Organization) (Ezekiel Mphahlele)--20.7
  • Cherono, Kipkurui--13.8
  • Chhabra, Golden--13.8
  • Child, Christopher B.--20.8
  • Christopher Mann Ltd. (Shaun MacLoughlin)--12.3
  • Chukwukere, B. I.--13.8
  • City of Nottingham Museum and Art Gallery (Helen Jones-Perrott, E. J. Laws)--13.3
  • City of Westminster Arts Council (Joy Hunter)--11.12
  • City of Westminster Public Libraries (K. C. Harrison)--11.13
  • Clark, Ebun (University of Ibadan)--14.5
  • Clark-Bekederemo, J. P. (John Pepper), 1935- --17.1
  • Cliftons (Firm) (Ambrose Appelbe)--19.12
  • Coburn, Oliver--14.5
  • Cockfield, Winston N.--20.8
  • Cohen, Rob--11.14
  • Coleman, Trudi--11.14
  • Collings, Rex (Rex Collings Limited)--14.5, 18.6
  • Collins, Camilla A.--14.5
  • Collins, Harold Reeves, 1915- --10.9
  • Colour Film Services Ltd. (J. C. Jeffrey)--19.6
  • Columbia University. Oral History Research Office (Louis M. Starr)--10.9
  • Columbia University. Teachers College (Donald Knies)--16.8
  • Commentary (Norman Podhoretz)--23.4
  • Commonwealth and International Library of Science, Technology, Engineering and Liberal Studies (P. Ducker)--11.6
  • Commonwealth Arts Festival (1965 : Cardiff, Wales) (Bill Harpe, Wendy Harpe, Harley Jones, Amanda Williams)--1.6-7, 20.4
  • Commonwealth Arts Festival (1965 : London, England) (Anthony Besch, Wyndham Goodden)--1.8, 12.8
  • Commonwealth Biennale of Abstract Art (1st : 1963, London, England) (Kenneth Coutts-Smith)--13.2
  • Commonwealth Foundation (John Chadwick)--23.8
  • Commonwealth Friendship League--20.4
  • Commonwealth Institute (Great Britain) (Joan Foster)--10.9, 12.10
  • Commonwealth Institute (Great Britain). Art Gallery (Donald Bowen)--13.2, 14.5
  • Compagnie du Toucan (Catherine Rinetti)--14.5
  • Congo (Democratic Republic). Embassy (Great Britain) (Alphonse Lema)--11.6
  • Congress for Cultural Freedom(Nelson W. Aldrich, Jr., Madeleine Arqué, Evelyn Best, Marion Bieber, Scott Charles, Pierre Emmanuel, R. A. Farrand, Frances FitzGerald, John C. Hunt, Irving Jaffe, K. A. Jelenski, Michael Josselson, Chewn Jotikasthira, Ivan Kats, Edouard Maunick, Zeke Mphahlele, Nicolas Nabokov, Françoise Robinet, Jørgen Schleimann, A. J. Shamsuddin, M. P. Sinha)--1.5, 20.3, 20.7-8, 21.3, 21.6, 22.1, 22.7, 23.1, 23.5
  • Congress for Cultural Freedom. Comité des Arts (Ruby d’Arschot)--21.3
  • Cooper, M. (Barclays Bank Limited)--12.4
  • Council for African-British Relations (John Eppstein, Otto Pick)--1.10, 12.4, 14.5, 22.7
  • Couper, Kristin--20.6
  • Courts & Co. (L. Courts, A. F. Sales)--18.5, 19.12, 21.3, 21.6
  • Coutts, Walter--24.6
  • Cozens, A. B. (University of Exeter)--20.6
  • Craig & Denwood Ltd. (Peter Froggatt)--12.3
  • Crane, Paul (Claver House)--13.8
  • Creighton, T. R. M. (Thomas Richmond Mandell)--14.5
  • Crosland, Anthony, 1918- (House of Commons)--13.8, 17.2
  • Croucher, Jill H.--14.5
  • Crowder, Michael, 1934-1988 (Nigeria)--12.10
  • Cumberbatch, Lingston (Balliol College, Oxford)--1.10
  • Curry, William--13.8
  • Dabo, Sillaty K.(Oxford University Africa Society, Worcester College, Oxford)--12.4, 13.8, 20.3, 20.7
  • Damte, 'Asfaw--see 'Asfaw Damte
  • Dathorne, O. R., 1934- (University of Ibadan, Nigeria)--1.7, 14.5
  • David Lewis Co.--19.12
  • Davis, Ruddy--13.8
  • Daylight International (Zena M. Mason)--12.10
  • Decca Record Company (J. F. Axtmann)--19.8
  • De Freitas, Geoffrey, 1913-1982 (House of Commons)--24.6
  • De Graft, Joseph C.--14.5
  • De Groot, Collis & Co.--18.5
  • Deis, R. P. (University of Edinburgh)--13.2
  • Delfino Olmedo, Elena E.--14.5
  • Deutsche Afrika-Gesellschaft(Rose Bischof, Christel Hammann, K. Kierzkowski, Oskar Splett)--13.6, 20.4
  • Deutsche Welle(Karin Bergmann, M. Deltgen, Judith Kaufmann, Gerd Meurer, Schmidt, K. Schmölder, W. Teuscher, Sybil Baronin Tiesenhausen)--14.5, 15.11-12
  • Devenish, Ross--11.6
  • Devine, George (The English Stage Company Ltd.)--12.4
  • Dipoko, Mbella Sonne, 1936---11.9, 17.3, 24.3
  • Dobells Jazz Record Shop Ltd. (Doug Dobell)--19.7
  • Donner, Clive, 1926- (Giant Production Films Limited)--19.7
  • Donovan Maule Theatre (Donovan Maule)--11.14
  • Dorn, Peter--14.5
  • Dorothy Jane Ward (Enterprises) Ltd. (Dorothy Jane Ward)--12.3
  • Dosunmu, Sanya--13.8
  • Drayton, Arthur D.--14.5
  • Dritte Deutsche Afrika-Woche (Hans Bierner)--12.1
  • Druce & Company (J. P. Faber, Russell H. Glynne)--18.6
  • Druse, Joseph L. (University of Nigeria)--20.6
  • Duguid, David L.--20.6
  • Dulverton Trust (W. F. Coutts)--23.8
  • DuSable Museum of African-American History (Margaret Burroughs)--24.7
  • Dyson, Mary--11.14
  • EMI Records Ltd. (Shirley Bell, C. B. Dawson Pane)--19.8
  • EP Group of Companies (Malcolm J. Town)--20.6
  • East African Community (Jan A. Breian)--14.5
  • East African Institute of Social Research (Makerere University College) (S. B. K. Musoke)--14.5
  • East African Publishing House (Lennard Okola)--22.7
  • The Economist (Anthony Hartley)--15.3
  • Edmonds, W. H.--20.6
  • Edmondson, Daphne--20.4
  • Educational Radio Network (Donald R. Quayle)--16.8
  • Ekwensi, Cyprian--17.4
  • Elder, John--14.5
  • Elder, Ruth Roche, 1899- (San Jose State College)--14.5
  • Electrola GmbH (Heidi Esser)--19.7
  • Elmhurst College. Memorial Library (Melvin R. George)--22.7
  • El Salahi, Ibrahim, 1930- --12.10
  • Emenyonu, Ernest, 1939- --13.8
  • Emokpare, N. A.--14.5
  • Encounter (London, England) (Francis Hope, Eric Webber)--19.5-6, 21.3
  • Encyclopaedia Britannica (Barbara A. Maher, Leandro Garza Reyes)--19.6, 24.7
  • English Centre of International PEN (Elizabeth Warner)--20.4
  • English Society (Raymond F. Bailey)--11.12
  • English Stage Company (William Gaskill, Helen Montagu)--11.12
  • Enodien, T. P.--13.8
  • Ente Festival dei Popoli (Ugo Zilletti)--1.10
  • Eriksen, Tore Linné, 1945- --14.5
  • Esezobor, Thomas O.--11.6, 13.8
  • Espie, Ian--14.5
  • Euba, Akin, 1935- --12.10, 14.5
  • Euba, Femi--13.8
  • European Community Information Service (Louis C. D. Joos, Roy Pryce)-- 11.5
  • Exley, Richard A. (Community Publications Group)--11.12
  • Eze, Okpu--12.10
  • Ezekiel, Nissim, 1924-2004--17.5
  • FSI Foundation Services, International, Ltd.--see Foundation Services, International, Ltd.
  • Fagg, William Buller (The British Museum)--24.6
  • Fairfax-Cholmeley, Hazel--11.14
  • Fakeye, Lamidi Olonade, 1928- --12.10
  • Fallowell, W. H. (Cinetechnic)--12.4
  • Farfield Foundation(Margaret R. Beels, Biddie Dalton, Susan H. Donnelly, Susan Higgins, Emily N. Hoyt, Barbara Knight, Frank C. Platt, Donald S. Stralem, Jack Thompson, Joan Wiggins)--20.8 (with Abdullahi, A.), 23.2-6
  • Federation of Nigeria Film Festival (1962 : Lagos, Nigeria) (J. W. Hewitson)--13.9
  • Ferguson, John--1.7
  • Festival dei Popoli--see Ente Festival dei Popoli
  • Fiberesima, Eldred (Eldred Fiberesima Productions)--3.1, 14.5
  • Field Educational Publications (Barbara Bohnengel)--24.7
  • Figueiredo, Antonio de, 1929-2006--17.6
  • Film Rights Ltd. (Maurice Lambert)--12.3
  • First, Ruth, 1925-1982--14.5
  • Foch, Marie Louise--see Trilling, Marie Louise
  • Folarin, Margaret--14.5
  • Fonlon, Bernard Nsokika, 1924-1986--14.5
  • Ford Foundation. International Affairs Program (Matthew Cullen, Audrey Ramm)--23.7
  • Ford Foundation. International Division (Wilbert J. LeMelle)--23.3
  • Ford Foundation. Overseas Development Program (John Spencer)--23.7
  • Forum Service (Meir Mindlin)--21.3
  • Foundation Services, International, Ltd. (Chewn Jotikasthira)--13.9, 23.5
  • Fourah Bay College. English Dept. (Eldred Jones)--14.5
  • Frank, Virginia--14.5
  • Frank, Bernadt & Joffe (Firm) (J. T. Ginsberg)--2.2
  • Frankfort, Jon (Central Office of Information)--12.4
  • Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung (Menz)--24.7
  • Frederick A. Praeger Inc. (Bernard A. Klein)--21.3
  • Frederick Holdaway & Co. (Frederick Holdaway)--19.9
  • Free Painters Group (Rosalie de Meric)--20.6
  • French, Kitty--12.10
  • Fugard, Athol--12.7
  • Fundação Calouste Gulbenkian. United Kingdom and Commonwealth Branch (J. C. Thornton)--23.8
  • Galer, David (The Towner Art Gallery)--12.4, 13.2
  • Galerie Viruly (Jack Paleari)--12.10
  • Gardiner, Peter--10.9
  • Gardner, Robert G. (Cambridge Design Group Inc., Carpenter Center for the Visual Arts, Images Resources Inc.)--12.5
  • Garrick Theatre (London, England) (John Hallett)--11.12
  • Gellner, Ernest--13.9
  • Gérard, Albert S. (Université de Liège)--14.5, 24.7
  • Gertberg, Hans (Norddeutscher Rundfunk)--2.7
  • Gewabe, Patience--2.1
  • Ghana. High Commissioner in the United Kingdom (K. T. Djokoto, G. F. Dove)--13.9
  • Ghana Broadcasting Corporation (J. B. K. Ayansu, Anna Clerk, E. A. Djau, Kow Essel, Bill Marshall)--15.13
  • Gibbs, James (New Theatre Magazine)--14.5
  • Gillard, John--2.7, 19.1
  • Ginn and Company (Myra Rosenau)--24.7
  • Ginwala, Frene--11.6, 12.3, 14.5, 20.8 (subject)
  • Giorgio Gomelsky Associates (Alan Bates)--2.2
  • Gleason, Judith Illsley--14.5, 22.7
  • Gluckman, Leon--11.8, 12.7
  • Gluckman, Max, 1911-1975 (University of Manchester)--13.9
  • Godbeer, Deardre--12.8
  • Gordon Gardiner & Co. (D. R. Galley)--11.12, 18.5, 19.7, 25.5
  • Gordon Gardiner, Carpenter & Co. (D. R. Galley)--19.8
  • Gordon Gardiner, Mercer & Co. (D. R. Galley)--19.12, 20.7
  • Gore, A.--14.5
  • Grand Hotel (Kampala, Uganda)--11.9
  • Grant, Melanie--14.5
  • Great Britain. Central Office of Information (John Stevenson)--12.4
  • Great Britain. Collector of Taxes (R. T. Stocker)--19.5
  • Great Britain. H.M. Customs and Excise--1.6
  • Great Britain. Immigration and Nationality Dept.--2.3
  • Great Britain. Inspector of Taxes--19.5
  • Great Britain. Office of Commonwealth Relations (Roy Dunlop)--15.17
  • Green, Gillian E.--13.10, 20.8
  • Green, Robert, 1940- (The University College, Dar es Salaam)--14.5
  • Gross, Fine & Co. (B. C. Meloy)--18.5
  • Gross, Fine & Krieger, Chalfen (Firm) (R. D. Good, Brian C. Meloy)--18.5
  • Guedes, Amancio, 1925- --12.10
  • Guildhall School of Music and Drama (London, England) (Eric Capon)--12.3
  • Gulbenkian, Nubar--12.4
  • Gundacker, Fritz--2.2
  • Gupta, Anirudha, 1932- (University of London)--14.5
  • Gwidza, Campbell--2.2
  • Gwinnell, Rosemary--14.5
  • Hall, Hilary--14.6
  • Hall, Susan J.--14.6
  • Halliwell, Leslie (Granada TV)--12.4
  • Hamilton Galleries (London, England) (Annely Juda)--12.10
  • Hamisi,_____--13.9
  • Hampstead Artists’ Council (Jeannette Jackson)--12.10
  • Hampstead Festival of the Arts (Gilbert)--11.14
  • Hampstead Theatre Club (R. Loder)--11.13
  • Hamrell, Sven (Nordiska Afrikainstitutet, Verdandi-debatt)--14.6
  • Hanna, Judith Lynne(The American University, Hanna & Hanna Associates, Michigan State University)--14.6
  • Harcourt, Brace & World (Kristin Hubbard, Leila Lehrer)--19.6, 24.7
  • Harmon Foundation, Inc.(Evelyn S. Brown)--12.10, 14.6
  • Harold Davison Ltd. (Harold Davison)--2.6
  • Harper, Peggy (University of Ibadan)--2.9, 14.6
  • Heather, H. (The Royal African Society)--12.4
  • Heinemann Educational Books(James Currey, Alan Greene, Alan Hill, Keith Nettle, Keith Sambrook)--14.6-7, 19.6, 20.4, 20.7
  • Helfritz, Hans, 1902- --21.3
  • Hen, Ferdinand J. de--2.7
  • Henderson, James--14.6
  • Herron, E. H. Hercon, Inc.)--14.6
  • High Commission of India (Salman Haidar)--16.7
  • High Commissioner for Ghana--15.13
  • High Commissioner for Rhodesia and Nyasaland (A. H. Hasler)--20.6
  • High Commissioner for the Republic of Zambia--12.4, 23.8
  • High Commissioner for Uganda--12.4
  • Hoggart, Richard, 1918- --24.10
  • Holdaway, Frederick--19.9
  • Horizon (Ndola, Zambia)--24.7
  • Horniman Museum (D. M. Boston, Jean L. Jenkins)--12.8
  • Howard, Colin M.--14.6
  • Howard, Jane Bond--20.8
  • Howell, John B.--14.6
  • Hoyt, Emily (African-American Labor Center)--13.11, 14.6
  • The Hudson Review (Irene Skolnick)--25.5
  • Hughes, Langston, 1902-1967--17.7
  • Huntley, John, 1921- (The British Film Institute)--12.4, 17.29
  • Hunts Travel Services Limited (N. I. Hughes)--11.9
  • Hutchinson, Alfred, 1924-1972--17.8
  • Ibadan University Press--14.6
  • Ibrahim, Abdullah, 1934- --2.1
  • Ijinle Theatre Company(David Longdon)--11.11-12
  • Images Resources Inc. (Eric Martin, Marjorie Prager)--12.5
  • India. Ministry of Education (Prem Kirpal)--20.8 (with Minakshi, Raja)
  • Indian Committee for Cultural Freedom (A. Diniz, K. K. Sinha)--12.8, 15.14
  • Indiana University, Bloomington. African Studies Program (J. Gus Liebenow)--10.9
  • Indiana University, Bloomington. Archives of Traditional Music(Frank J. Gillis)--10.5, 10.9, 14.6
  • Indiana University, Bloomington. Folklore Institute (Camilla A. Collins)--24.7
  • Inner London Educational Authority (Christopher Bott, Geoffrey Hodson, H. M. Norsworthy)--11.14, 20.4
  • Inner London Educational Authority. Colveston Youth Centre--10.9
  • Institute of Contemporary Arts (London, England) (Roland Penrose, Darcy Vaughan-Games)--12.6, 22.7
  • Institute of International Education (New York, N.Y.) (Dolly A. McPherson)--11.9, 20.3
  • Institute of International Studies (U.S.) (David E. Apter)--23.4
  • Institute of Race Relations (Simon Abbott, Christopher Hill, Hazel Waters)--20.6, 22.7
  • Inter-cast Artists Representation (Roger Storey)--12.3
  • International Association for Cultural Freedom (John C. Hunt)--21.3, 21.6
  • International Conference on Economic Sanctions Against South Africa (Ronald Segal)--13.9, 23.4
  • International Council of Museums (Hugues de Varine-Sohan)--23.4
  • International Federation of the Phonographic Industry (J. A. L. Sterling)--19.8
  • International Light Entertainment Limited (Caroline Soden)--19.6
  • International Theatre (London, England) (Jean-Pierre Voos)--12.7
  • International Who’s Who in Poetry (Bernadette Lalonde)--10.9
  • Inter-university Council for Higher Education Overseas (D. V. Lawford)--12.11
  • Island Records (David Betteridge)--2.6
  • JDR 3rd Fund (Porter A. McCray)--23.7
  • Jackson, Anna--24.7
  • Jamal, Z. A. (Mansfield College, Oxford)--13.9
  • James, C. L. R. (Cyril Lionel Robert), 1901-1989--24.10
  • Jameson, Holman--24.3
  • Janh, Jahnheinz--14.6
  • Jasper, Diana (British Consulate-General, Naples)--14.6
  • Jephthah, Harold--2.2
  • Jestel, Rüdiger--14.6
  • Jeune Afrique (Bernard Rouzet, Mario E. R. Sampaio)--14.6
  • The Jewel of Africa (Steven P. C. Moyo)--14.6
  • Johannesburg (South Africa). Public Library (A. H. Smith)--22.7
  • John, E. M. O.--14.6
  • John Wiley & Sons--16.14 (with Awoonor, Kofi)
  • Joint Action Committee Against Racial Intolerance (James Fry)--14.6
  • Jones, Eldred D. (Fourah Bay College)--20.7
  • Journal of African Languages (Irvine Richardson)--13.7, 14.6
  • The Journal of Modern African Studies (Joslin Landell-Mills)--14.6
  • Journal of the New African Literature and the Arts (Mary Asmundson, Joe Okpaku)--14.6
  • Jungwirth, Mechthildis--14.6
  • K.K. Roy (Private) Ltd.--14.6
  • KPFA (Radio station : Berkeley, Calif.) (Al Silbowitz, Elsa Knight Thompson)--16.8
  • Kambona, Otini--13.9
  • Kamenju, Grant (The University College, Dar es Salaam)--14.6
  • Kantai, B. K. ole (New College, Oxford)--13.9
  • Kanyuka, Justus--13.9
  • Kashim Ibrahim Library (J. M. M. Grey-Theriot)--14.6
  • Kats, Ivan--20.6
  • Katz, Freda--13.2
  • Kealey, Diana--20.8 (subject)
  • Keatley, Patrick (The Guardian)--24.6
  • Kennedy, Jean, 1919- --14.6
  • Kent, Bruce--13.2
  • Kenya. Ministry of Education--11.6
  • Kenya Broadcasting Corporation (A. M. Dean, Leslie Wink)--11.9, 15.15
  • Kenya Broadcasting Service (A. M. Dean, Patrick Jubb, L. S. Wink)--15.15, 23.1
  • Kenya High Commission (London, England) (J. W. Karanja)--12.4, 13.9
  • Kibera, Leonard--14.6
  • Kibo Art Gallery (E. P. Njau)--13.2
  • Killam, G. D. (The University of Dar es Salaam)--14.6
  • Kinany, J.--24.6
  • Koston, Paul--12.10 (with Sekoto, Gérard)
  • Kozmopolitan Gallery (Barbara Koz)--12.10
  • Kraus Reprint (Firm) (Jahnheinz Jahn, Ulfa von der Steinen)--14.6, 24.7
  • Kubik, Gerhard, 1934- --2.4
  • Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology (J. A. Ata)--13.9
  • La Guma, Alex--17.9
  • Lalla ‘A’isha, Princess, daughter of Muhammad V, King of Morocco--13.9
  • Laqueur, Walter, 1921- --15.3
  • Laredo, Unula (The University of Leeds)--14.6
  • Laroy, Clément--14.6
  • Lasky, Melvin J. (Encounter)--15.3
  • Laurence, Margaret--13.9, 17.10, 23.8
  • Lautré, Maxine--20.8
  • Lawson, William, 1929- (African Studies Association)--13.5
  • Lebeer, Paul--13.9
  • Lee, Jennie, 1904- (Joint Parliamentary Under-secretary of State)--24.6
  • Lee, Miles--15.14, 16.7, 19.7
  • Leeds Students Arts Festival (J. J. Lavin)--11.12
  • Legum, Colin (The Observer)--12.4
  • Leicester University Arts Festival (1967) (H. B. Frankel)--11.12
  • Levin, Bernard (Daily Mail)--24.10
  • Leshoai, B. L. (Benjamin Letholoa), 1920- (University of Dar es Salaam)--3.5
  • Lesotho. Ministry of Education--23.8
  • Leys, Colin (University of Sussex)--13.9
  • Library of Congress (Peter H. Bridge, Paul E. Edlund, Alvin Moore Jr.)--14.6
  • Lienhardt, R. G. (R. Godfrey)--12.4
  • Liersch, Georg(Orpheus Africanus)--12.10, 20.6
  • Lindfors, Bernth(The University of Texas at Austin)--14.6
  • Littérature Africaine dans l’Enseignement Universitaire (Colloquium) (1963 : Dakar, Senegal) (Françoise Robinet)--21.3
  • Lloyds (Firm) (J. G. Collett-Jobey)--18.6
  • Lloyds Bank (A. P. Fairhurst, D. F. Lamb, Graham Robson, P. L. Smith, A. Williams)--19.3
  • Loder, Robert--12.7
  • Lokko, Sophia D.--12.4
  • Lom Associates Limited (Rae Ellison, Frederick Holdaway)--11.12-13, 19.9
  • London County Council. Education Officer’s Dept. (G. V. Pape)--12.7
  • London Media (Radio) (Firm) (Douglas Crawford)--19.6
  • Longdon, David--11.14, 13.9
  • Longmans (Firm) (Prudence Smith)--13.9
  • Longmans, Green, and Co. (Julian Ashby, Caroline Fawcett, P. N. Hamilton, C. M. Tutton, Bartholomew Ullstein, Elizabeth Willatts)--12.4, 14.8, 20.7
  • Longmans of Nigeria Limited (A. A. Irerua, Julian Rea)--14.8
  • Lovell, Alan, 1935- --17.29
  • Ludwig, Jack Barry--17.11
  • Lundstrom, Virginia H. (Michigan State University)--19.7
  • Lusaka, Paul (Office of the High Commissioner for the Republic of Zambia)--12.4
  • MCPS (Society) (E. J. Anderson, J. M. Edwards)--19.7-8
  • Macauley, Robie--12.4
  • McCarthy, Jocelyn--20.3
  • Macdonald, Eleanor (The United Africa Company Limited)--12.4
  • McGrath, Brian M. J.--15.1
  • McGregor, Maxine--see Lautré, Maxine
  • MacInnes, Colin--24.10
  • McKenna & Co.--19.12
  • Mackie, Philip (Granada TV)--12.4
  • McLean, J. D. (Australian Broadcasting Commission)--12.4
  • Maclean, Una (Traverse Theatre Club, University of Edinburgh)--12.10, 15.1
  • Macpherson, Margaret (Makerere University College)--15.1
  • Macharia, B. E. W.--13.9
  • Maddy, Pat Amadu--see Maddy, Yulisa Amadu, 1936-
  • Maddy, Yulisa Amadu, 1936- --15.1
  • Maes-Jelinek, Hena (Université de Liège)--15.1
  • Mahoney, Louis--13.9
  • Mahood, M. M. (Molly Maureen) (The University College)--1.7, 15.1
  • Makerere University College. School of Fine Arts (J. H. Francis)--12.10
  • Malangatana, 1936- --12.10
  • Malawi. Ministry of Education (J. W. Dunhill)--23.8
  • Malawi Broadcasting Corporation (A. J. Cox, Tim Neale, E. O’Callaghan)--15.1, 15.16
  • Mallac, Robert--13.9
  • Mann Judd March & Co. (D. M. Jarman)--19.5
  • Manuel, Michael (Metropolitan Opera National Company)--20.8 (with Reisman, Jane)
  • Marcuson, Alan--15.1
  • Marsh, Norman S. (British Institute of International and Comparative Law)--13.9
  • Massachusetts Institute of Technology. Dept. of Architecture (Donlyn Lyndon)--12.13
  • Master-Moos, Meher--13.9
  • Masuka, Dorothy--2.6
  • Maximilian Productions Ltd. (Judith M. Coxhead, Irene Howard)--12.7
  • Maxwell, D. E. S. (Desmond Ernest Stewart), 1925- --15.1
  • May Fair Hotel (London, England) (René Giordano)--12.4
  • Mazrui, Ali al’Amin--17.12
  • Mbaeyi, Paul Mmegha (St. John’s College, Oxford)--13.9
  • Mbari Art (Organization) (Jean Kennedy)--2.9
  • Mbari Club(Begum Hendrickse)--1.7, 2.2, 19.4
  • Mbekeani, Nyemba W. (Malawi High Commission)--12.4
  • Mbiti, John S.--17.13
  • Media Advisors International, Inc. (Margaret E. Pollard)--16.1
  • Medikinale International (1971 : Marburg, Germany) (Dr. Schreiner)--24.1
  • Melidonis, Margherita--12.7
  • Melville J. Herskovits Library of African Studies (Judith L. McAfee, Hans E. Panofsky)--10.6
  • Merriam, Alan P., 1923-1980 (Indiana University)--2.7
  • Metropolitan Broadcasting Television (Jack Lynn)--16.8
  • Meuer, Gerd--15.1
  • Mezu, Sebastian Okechukwu (State University of New York at Buffalo)--15.1
  • Michigan State University. Dept. of Linguistics and Oriental and African Languages (David Bishop)--10.9
  • Miller, D. C. (University of Ibadan)--15.1
  • Miller, Jonathan, 1934- (The British Broadcasting Corporation)--12.4
  • Miller, Karl, 1931- (New statesman)--24.10
  • Minakshi, Raja--20.8
  • Minerva (London, England) (Marion Bieber)--21.3
  • Minni Cine Films (Firm) (P. Menezes)--19.7
  • Modisane, Bloke, d. 1986--17.14 (subject)
  • Moeketsi, Kippie--2.2 (with Gwidza, Campbell)
  • Mohamoud, A.--13.9
  • Mokae, Zakes--15.1
  • Moody, James A. (The University of Zambia)--15.1, 22.7
  • Moore, Gerald, 1924- (Makerere University College, The University of Sussex)--15.1, 20.5
  • Moore, Jane Ann--15.1
  • Morland, Dorothy (Institute of Contemporary Arts)--12.10
  • Morocco. Embassy (Great Britain) (Rita Bennis)--13.9 (with Lalla ‘A’isha, Princess)
  • Morsberger, Robert Eustis, 1929- (California State Polytechnic College)--15.1
  • Morton, Bill (Rediffusion Television Limited)--12.4
  • Mosk and Rudman (Firm)--23.4
  • Movement for Colonial Freedom (John Eber, B. Haq)--12.10, 13.2
  • Mphahlele, Ezekiel(Chemchemi)--1.3, 1.7, 11.9, 15.1, 17.15
  • Mphonda, A. H.--15.1
  • Msomi, Moses B.--15.1
  • Munubbe, John--13.9
  • Murdoch, Iris--24.10
  • Murphy, Patricia--15.1
  • Murray-Brown, Jeremy, 1932- --12.4
  • Museum of Negro History and Art (Margaret Burroughs)--15.1, 22.7
  • Mutambanengwe, Simpson--13.9
  • Mvusi, Selby, 1929-1967--15.1
  • Mwaluko, Eliel Paul (St. Peter’s College, Oxford)--13.9
  • Nabokov, Nicolas, 1903-1978 (Berliner Festwochen, Sender Freies Berlin)--1.5, 21.3
  • Naipaul, V. S. (Vidiadhar Surajprasad), 1932- --24.10
  • Nakasa, Nat--17.16
  • National Committee for Commonwealth Immigrants (Martin Ennals)--11.6
  • National Council for Civil Liberties (Great Britain) (Mary Grigg)--12.7
  • National Educational Television and Radio Center(Mrs. Dwight J. Bradley, Henry A. Doré, Frances Krupka, Anne S. Pomex, Blazena Soskice)--11.9
  • National Museum of Wales. Dept. of Art (Rollo Charles, John Ingamells)--1.6, 13.2-3
  • National Translation Center (Keith Botsford)--20.6
  • Nchindo, Louis--11.15
  • Nell, R. J.--2.9
  • Neogy, Rajat--17.17
  • Neue Münchener Galerie (Richard Hiepe)--13.2
  • The New African (Randolph Vigne)--15.1
  • New World (D. de Canis)--15.1
  • Ngaiza, C. P. (The High Commission of the United Republic of Tanganyika & Zanzibar)--12.4
  • Ngakane, Lionel--23.2
  • Nganda, Ben Musyoka--15.11
  • Ngugi, James--see Ngugi wa Thiong’o, 1938-
  • Ngugi wa Thiong’o, 1938- --15.1
  • Ngwiri, J. R. (Malawi High Commission)--12.4
  • Nigeria. Federal Ministry of Information. Information Division (Fela Davies)--15.1
  • Nigeria. National Museum (Lagos). Dept. of Antiquities (K. C. Murray)--13.2
  • Nigeria High Commission (S. A. Lawal, Olu Oyesanya)--12.4, 13.9
  • Nigeria Magazine (A. A. K. Metteden)--20.2, 22.7
  • Nigerian Broadcasting Corporation (Chinua Achebe, W. B. Adigun, E. V. Badejo, C. Emuchay, Christopher Kolade, Ian K. Mackay, Yinka Olumide, Ralph Opara, S. Young-Harry)--15.17, 20.6, 23.1
  • Nigerian National Museum Society (Joan R. Stivers)--15.1
  • Nixon, Mudge, Rose, Guthrie, Alexander & Mitchell (Firm)--23.2, 23.6
  • Njau, Elimo, 1932- (Kibo Art Gallery, Paa ya Paa Art Gallery & Studio)--12.10
  • Njoku, M. O. Okologbu--15.1
  • Nkosi, Lewis--17.18
  • Nommo Gallery (Barbara Brown, Leslie Nelson)--15.1
  • Nordiska Afrikainstitutet(Karl Eric Ericson, Sven Hamrell, Anna-Britta Wallenius)--1.4, 15.1, 16.4
  • Northern Arizona University. Dept. of Humanities (Arthur L. Mansure)--15.1
  • Northern Rhodesia Broadcasting Corporation (Madeleine Brown, R. Buckland, D. A. Lightfoot)--16.9
  • Northwestern University (Evanston, Ill.). Library (Olin B. Murray, Hans E. Panofsky)--10.6, 10.9
  • Northwestern University (Evanston, Ill.). Program of African Studies (Ibrahim Abu-Lughod, Richard Wilson)--10.6
  • Nuffield Foundation(Brian Young)--23.8
  • Nuttall, Christine E. (Christine Elizabeth)--15.1
  • Nwoga, Donatus Ibe(The University of Leeds)--15.1, 15.5, 17.19
  • Nwoko, Demas--12.10
  • Nzima, M. D.--15.1
  • Obiechina, Emmanuel N., 1933- --1.7, 14.1
  • The Observer (Colin Legum)--12.4, 15.5
  • Odhiambo, Thomas R.--14.1
  • Odida, Francis--14.1
  • O’Donovan, D. (Thomson Television)--12.4
  • Odularu, S. S. A. (Ibadan University Library)--15.1
  • Oduneye, Bayo(University of Ibadan)--2.9, 15.1, 17.20
  • Office de Coöpération Radiophonique (Jacqueline Chauveau-Rabut, A. Detraz, J. Lansier, René Wilmet)--15.1, 15.10, 24.7
  • Office de Radiodiffusion-télévision Française (Jacqueline Chauveau-Rabut, R. Wilmet)--15.1, 22.7
  • Ogali, Ogali A., 1935- --14.1
  • Ogle, Speer--15.1
  • Ogot, Grace, 1930- --17.21
  • Ogunseye, Ayo, 1925-1990 (University of Ibadan)--20.5
  • Ogunyemi, Wale, 1939- --15.1
  • Ohio University. Library (Gertrude Linnenbruegge)--10.9
  • Okafor, Clement Abiaziem--15.1
  • Okafor, S. O. (Samuel O.)--14.1
  • Okeke, Simon Obiekezie, 1937-1969?--12.10
  • Okigbo, Christopher, 1932-1967--17.22
  • Okoh, Nduka--15.1
  • Okumu, Washington A. J. (Washington A. Jalango) (King’s College, Cambridge)--14.1
  • Okupa, Effa--14.1
  • Oladele, Jeanne--15.1
  • Olagbaju, Sammy--14.1
  • Olisa, Michael S. O.--14.1
  • Omabegho, Billy--14.1
  • Onibom Okuta, Demola--15.1
  • Onobrakpeya, Bruce, 1932- --12.10, 13.3
  • Onyedibia, Ralph A.--14.1
  • Ord och Bild (Lars Bjurman)--16.4
  • Oriental Casting Agency (N. P. Toland)--12.3
  • Orr, James (Buckingham Palace)--see Philip, Prince, consort of Elizabeth II, Queen of Great Britain, 1921-
  • Osakwe, Victor (Nigeria High Commission)--12.4
  • Oven, J. van--14.1
  • The Overseas Weekly (Frankfurt, Germany) (N. Comport)--2.2
  • Owusu, Martin--15.1
  • Oxford University Press(MDB, Ilinca R. Bossy, Hugh Brunner, Rex Collings, Julie Friedeberger, Jane Goddard, Jonathan Kariara)--1.10, 11.12, 14.1, 22.7
  • Oxford University Press (Eastern Africa) (Charles Lewis, Odinge Odera, John Ruganda)--15.1, 22.7
  • Oxford University Press. Nigerian Branch--22.7
  • Oyelana, Tunji--2.7, 19.7
  • Oyeoku, K. K.--15.1
  • Oyônô-Mbia, Guillaume, 1939- --15.1
  • Paci, Enzo, 1911- (Università degli Studi di Milano)--12.7
  • Pakistan Committee for the Congress for Cultural Freedom (Syed Ali Ahsan)--22.1
  • Pall Mall Press Ltd. (John H. MacCallum Scott)--14.1
  • Pan-African Union of Journalists (Kofi Batsa)--2.6
  • Paramount Hotel (Freetown, Sierra Leone) (K. M. Bailey)--20.6
  • Paterson Management Limited (Robert Paterson)--20.4
  • Payne, Victoria--20.8
  • Pedersen, Mogens Brynjolf--15.1
  • Penrose, Roland, Sir (Institute of Contemporary Arts)--24.6, 24.10
  • Peters, Lenrie, 1932- --17.23
  • Phahlane, Miklos--2.2
  • Phakati, Maxwell D.--14.1
  • Philip, Prince, consort of Elizabeth II, Queen of Great Britain, 1921- --13.3
  • Philips Records Limited (Patricia Feldman)--19.8
  • Phiri, D. D. (Desmond Dudwa) (Malawi Embassy, Bad Godesberg)--15.1
  • Pieterse, Cosmo, 1930- --17.24
  • Pincus, Matz & Feinberg (Firm) (J. T. Ginsberg)--2.2
  • Pinter, Harold, 1930- --24.10
  • Poetry Book Society (Douglas Cleverdon, Eric W. White)--12.8
  • Pool, Rosey E., 1905-1971--20.6
  • Poorvi Times (Mohd. Zaki)--15.1
  • Povey, John (University of California, Los Angeles)--15.1
  • Présence Africaine (H. G. Jones, Kala-Lobe)--15.1
  • Preuves Informations (Armand Gaspard)--21.3
  • Price, Derrick James--20.8
  • Price Waterhouse & Co.--19.5
  • Priestley, J. B. (John Boynton), 1894-1984--24.10
  • Problèmes Africains (Albert Stoquart)--20.2
  • Pugh & Williams (Firm)--1.6
  • Quest (Bombay, India) (Sheela Singh)--20.2
  • R. H. March Son & Company--19.5
  • RSL Record Supervision Limited (Lionel G. Stevens)--19.7
  • RTV International, Inc. (Sydney W. Head, Stephen A. Mann, Margaret E. Pollard, John L. Thayer)--16.1
  • Radio Deutsche Welle--see Deutsche Welle
  • Radio Guardian 610 (Radio station : Trinidad, West Indies) (Frank D. Hughes)--15.9
  • Radio New York Worldwide (Mitchell Krauss, John H. Lowry)--16.8
  • Radio Sierra Leone--16.3
  • Radio Singapore (C. V. Doral)--14.1
  • Radio Tanzania (V. Maro, Brian W. W. Welsh)--16.6
  • Radio Uganda (L. Katagyira, M. A. Lee, Michael Wilson)--16.7
  • Radiodiffusion-télévision Voltaïque (R. G. Zongo)--22.7
  • Rainero, Romain (Columbianum)--1.10
  • Ramsaran, John (University College, Ibadan)--15.1
  • Ravenscroft, Arthur (The University of Leeds)--15.1
  • Read, Herbert Edward, Sir, 1893-1968 (Routledge & Kegan Paul Ltd.)--24.10
  • Reckord, Lloyd--14.1
  • Redfern Barron & Morton (Firm)--18.6
  • Redferns (Firm)--18.6
  • Rediffusion Television Ltd. (London, England) (C. J. Blyton, Clive Goodwin)--2.6
  • Reisman, Jane--20.8 (subject)
  • Reuters Ltd. (A. P. Crosse)--14.1 (with Rubin, Neville N.)
  • Rex Collings Limited (Rex Collings)--11.4
  • Rhodes National Gallery (Zimbabwe) (Judith von Daler)--24.7
  • Ricart, Alain (Institut d’Enseignement Superieur du Benin)--15.1
  • Richard Abel & Company (Max Gnehm)--11.4
  • Rickword, Edgell, 1898- --19.7
  • Rienstra, J.--13.3
  • Rigby, Hilary--see Hall, Hilary
  • Rive, Richard, 1930-1989--17.25
  • Roberts, James W. (The British Film Institute)--17.29
  • Robertson, James W., Sir, 1899-1983--12.4
  • Robinson, Carolyn--20.8
  • Robinson, David, 1930- --17.29
  • Rockefeller Foundation (Robert W. Crawford, Robert July, Robert M. Thomas)--15.1, 23.7
  • Rogers, John--15.1
  • Roscoe, Adrian A. (University College, Nairobi)--10.9, 15.1
  • Rosenberg, M. J.--19.7
  • Routh, Thelma--13.2
  • Rowe-Evans, Prudence--14.1
  • Roy, Donald, 1930- (The University of Hull)--13.2-3
  • Royal African Society (N. Heather)--20.3, 20.6
  • Royal College of Art (Great Britain). School of Ceramics (Queensberry)-- 13.1
  • Royal Commonwealth Society (Mary Weld)--15.1
  • Royal Institute of International Affairs (Gordon Boon, Margaret Cornell, Geoffrey Kup, Amanda Sedley, Glyn Williams)--20.2, 20.6
  • Royal Shakespeare Company (Patrick Donnell)--25.5
  • Rubadiri, David(Association for Commonwealth Literature and Language Studies, Makerere University College)--15.1, 17.26
  • Rubin, Neville N.(The New African, School of Oriental and African Studies, University of London)--14.1
  • Rudd, B. J.--14.1
  • Rundfunk im Amerikanischen Sektor (Berlin, Germany) (Edward Alexander)--1.5
  • Russell Sage College (Barbara Abrash)--15.1
  • Rutakyamirwa, Frederick--14.1
  • Salami, A.--14.1
  • Salkey, Andrew--17.27
  • Sandford, Barbara--14.1
  • Sankari Agency (S. Waran)--12.3
  • Scandinavian Institute of African Studies--see Nordiska Afrikainstitutet
  • Schafer, Mary--17.28
  • Schleimann, Jørgen--21.3
  • Schomburg Center for Research in Black Culture (Betty Gubert, Jean Blackwell Hutson)--10.8
  • Schooling, Anthony--1.2
  • Scott Library (Joan Carruthers)--10.9
  • Scott/Solomon Productions (Tommy Scott)--2.6
  • Sehgal, Surendra--20.9
  • Sekoto, Gérard, 1913-1993--12.10
  • Sender Freies Berlin (Dr. Bockermann, Walther Harth, Hohberg, Kasimir Wagner)--1.5
  • Serumaga, Robert, 1939- (The Uganda Company)--15.2, 17.30
  • Seven Seas Books (Firm) (Kay Pankey)--15.2
  • Sevier, John R., 1934-2002 (Ohio University)--14.1
  • Shainumi, Charles--12.10
  • Shears, Gillian (Dillon’s University Bookshop Limited)--15.2
  • Shelter Rock Foundation (Marie McIntyre)--23.6
  • Shils, Edward, 1910-1995(Minerva)--12.4, 14.2
  • Shore, Herbert L. (The University College, Dar es Salaam)--15.2
  • Sierra Leone Broadcasting Service(John J. Akar, J. W. O. Findlay, Sylvester Rowe)--16.3, 23.1
  • Sierra Leone High Commission (S. Williams)--12.4
  • Simmons, Clifford (National Book League)--12.4, 24.6
  • Singuineau, Frank--14.1, 24.6
  • Slesinska, Alina--14.1
  • Social Sciences and Humanities Center (Gordon D. Nichol)--15.2
  • Solanke, Jimmy--19.7
  • Solomons, Stella--20.9
  • Sondhi, Kuldip, 1924- --15.2
  • Soper, Tom--15.2
  • Sorsbie Gallery (Elimo P. Njau)--13.2
  • Southwell, Jennifer--20.9
  • Souza, F. N. (Francis Newton), 1924-2002--14.1
  • Sowande, Fela, 1905-1978--2.8
  • Soyinka, Wole--3.1, 18.1-3, 19.11, 23.2
  • Spain. Dirección General de Plazas y Provincias Africanas. Biblioteca (Asunción del Val)--15.2
  • Speed, Diana--20.9
  • Speed, Francis (University of Ibadan)--15.2
  • Spencer, John, 1930- (The Journal of West African Languages, The University of Leeds)--15.2
  • Spiro & Steele (Firm)--19.12
  • Spiva, Martha Farrow ("Emmie")--20.9
  • Stafford, Marilyn--14.1
  • Stage Sixty (David Thompson)--12.9
  • The Star (Johannesburg, South Africa) (Maxine Lautré)--12.13
  • Star Hotel (Accra, Ghana) (Malcolm A. Wright)--20.6
  • State Publishing Corporation (Accra, Ghana) (David Zwartz)--15.2
  • State University of New York/College at Old Westbury (Roger Landrum)--15.2
  • Stephens, B. J.--20.9
  • Stig Vendelkaers Forlag (Pat Maddy)--15.2
  • Stralem, Donald (Stralem & Company, Stralem, Saint Phalle & Co.)--23.6
  • Stuart, Morna--14.1
  • Sunday telegraph (Douglas Brown)--14.1
  • Survey (London, England) (Ann Peters)--21.3
  • Svenska Institutet (Bo Wingren)--16.4
  • Sveriges Radio Aktiebolag (Hans Dahlberg, Ingemar von Heijne)--16.5
  • Swansea Training College (D. E. Quick)--14.1
  • Syson, John (The Ariel Foundation)--24.6
  • TRO The Richmond Organization (Michael Roberts)--19.7
  • Taasisi ya Elimu ya Watu Wazima (Dar el Salaam, Tanzania) (Dorothy Thomas)--23.8
  • Tahir, Ibrahim--14.3
  • Tanganyika Broadcasting Corporation(T. W. Chalmers, S. T. Chilunda, P. G. Delahunty, M. Kiama, Athmani R. Magoma, S. Mlatie, David Wakati)--16.6
  • Tanganyika High Commission (K. S. Mwambenja)--14.3
  • Tanganyika Library Service--15.2
  • Tanguy, Rosalyn--20.9
  • Tanzania. Ministry of Information and Tourism (Brian W. W. Welsh)--16.6
  • Tanzania Broadcasting Corporation (Martin Kiama)--16.6
  • Tanzania High Commission (J. Msolomi)--12.10
  • Taverne, Dick (House of Commons)--12.4, 25.1
  • Taylor, John V. (John Vernon), 1914-2001 (Church Missionary Society)--14.3
  • Tetteh-Lartey, Alex--14.3
  • Thames and Hudson (Sheila Lee)--24.7
  • Theatre Limited (Kampala, Uganda) (Janet M. Johnson, Robert Serumaga)--15.2
  • Third Press (Firm) (Joseph Okpaku)--15.2
  • Third World Press (Firm) (Don L. Lee)--15.2
  • Thomas, Anita--14.3, 15.2
  • Thomas Nelson & Sons (Tony Wilson)--15.2
  • Thomson Foundation (T. Neil)--23.8
  • Thomson Television (International) Limited (John Cordeaux, J. Kinany)--23.8
  • Thorpe, Jeremy, 1929- (House of Commons)--12.4
  • Thumboo, Edwin, 1933- (University of Singapore)--14.3
  • Thynn, Alexander--19.7
  • Tialobi, Gordon ‘Owhovie--14.3
  • Tim Williamson (Personal Management) Ltd. (Tim Williamson)--12.3
  • Tipler, Derek--14.3
  • Todd, Cecil(Makerere University College)--13.2-3
  • Toler, Barbara--20.9
  • Toulmin, Roger--14.3
  • Townsend, Jeanne (Central Office of Information)--20.3
  • Tracey, Andrew T. N.--14.3
  • Transition (Kampala, Uganda) (Leigh Bienen)--22.1
  • Traverse Gallery (Sheila Ross)--12.10
  • Traverse Theatre Club (Jeanette Muir)--13.3
  • Trilling, Marie Louise--15.2
  • Troubadour Records (Pty.) Ltd. (M. Fagin)--2.6
  • Trutone (Pty) Ltd. (David G. Fine)--19.8
  • Tucker, Howard--20.9
  • UNICEF. Greeting Card Division (N. d’Abo)--12.11
  • Udechukwu, Obiora, 1946- (Odunke)--15.2
  • Udezue, Juliet--1.7
  • Uganda. High Commissioner (T. B. Bazarrabusa)--14.3
  • Uganda. Ministry of Information, Broadcasting and Tourism (Miles A. Lee, Michael Wilson)--16.7
  • Uganda Protectorate. Dept. of Information (A. G. Ridley)--23.1
  • Uganda Broadcasting Service (John Kenyon)--16.7
  • Uganda Television Service (Garry Blackledge)--23.1
  • Uganda Theatre Guild (S. Judy James)--22.7
  • Unesco (Enrico Fulchignoni, A. Varchaver)--11.9, 20.4
  • Union Artists (Organization) (Ian E. Bernhardt, Richard Daneel)--2.2, 23.3
  • United Africa Company Ltd. (Eleanor Macdonald, J. Nicholson)--14.3
  • United Kingdom Committee for the First World Festival of Negro Arts, Dakar, April, 1966 (Otto Pick)--1.9, 13.3
  • United States Information Agency (Frances G. Robinson, JoDell Shields)--15.2, 22.7
  • Université de Liège. Centre d’Étude des Problèmes des Pays en Développement (H. Michel)--15.2
  • University Bookshop (Legon, Ghana)--15.2
  • University Bookshop Nigeria Ltd. (Vic Unoarumi)--15.2
  • University College, Dar es Salaam (G. D. Killam, B. L. Leshoai, H. Holdsworth, D. K. M. Senyoni)--15.2, 19.6
  • University College Nairobi (J. Ndegwa)--15.2
  • University of Arizona. Dept. of Drama (Rosemary Gipson)--24.7
  • University of Botswana, Lesotho, and Swaziland. Library--15.2
  • University of California, Berkeley. Dept. of Theater Arts (Colin Young)--10.9
  • University of California, Berkeley. Institute of International Studies (David E. Apter)--10.9
  • University of California, Los Angeles. African Studies Center (Marianne Joensen, John Povey)--11.1, 15.2, 22.7
  • University of California, Los Angeles. Chancellor--10.9, 20.4
  • University of California, Los Angeles. Library (Page Ackerman)--10.9
  • University of California, Los Angeles. Office of the Chancellor (Paul O. Proehl)--see University of California, Los Angeles. Chancellor
  • University of California (System). University Extension (Ruth Majdrakoff)--10.9
  • University of Cambridge. African Studies Centre (Frances Klein, A. F. Robertson)--13.5, 15.2
  • University of Ghana. Institute of African Studies (G. Adali-Mortty, Efua T. Sutherland)--15.2
  • University of Ibadan. Dept. of Adult Education (Lalage Bown)--23.8
  • University of Ibadan. Institute of African Studies (Elochukwu Amucheazi, Doig D. Simmonds)--15.2, 19.6
  • University of Ibadan. Library (Margaret Amosu, John Harris, James Packman)--15.2
  • University of Ibadan. London Office (Marjorie Chappell)--15.2
  • University of Ibadan. School of Drama (G. J. Axworthy, Wole Soyinka, Uriel A. Paul Worika)--3.1, 15.2
  • University of Ife. Institute of African Studies (Frances Ademola, Michael Crowder, O. Akin Euba)--11.1, 15.2
  • University of Kansas. Bureau of Visual Instruction (Elizabeth Lawson)--16.1
  • University of Lancaster. Library--15.2
  • University of Leeds. African Studies Unit (M. R. Kettle)--15.2 (also with Spencer, John)
  • University of Leicester. School of Education (Anne Tibble)--15.2
  • University of Leicester. Students’ Union (Vivienne Reynolds)--12.10, 13.2-3
  • University of Liverpool. Social Science Dept. (D. M. McCarfrae)--20.4
  • University of London. School of Oriental and African Studies (Joan Maw)--10.9, 22.7
  • University of London Press (A. E. Sims)--15.2
  • University of Malawi. Libraries (W. J. Plumbe)--15.2
  • University of Massachusetts. Dept. of Romance Languages (Thomas Cassirer)--10.9
  • University of Singapore. Library (Isobel Andrews, Michael Cheng)--15.2
  • University of Sussex. School of African and Asian Studies (Yvette Ashby, D. A. Low, Gerald Moore)--11.12, 12.10
  • University of the West Indies. Dept. of Extra-mural Studies. Radio Education Unit (Hugh P. Morrison)--15.9
  • University of Wisconsin--Green Bay. University Libraries (John S. Piety)--10.9
  • Upplysningsberedningen (David Wirmark)--1.4, 16.4
  • Van Dyke, Charles--14.3
  • Van Sertima, Ivan--18.4
  • Varma, Anandasvarupa--15.2
  • Vaughan, Reginald B.--14.3
  • Veldsman, George--12.3
  • Véliz, Claudio (Royal Institute of International Affairs)--14.3
  • Vernon-Jackson, Hugh--14.3
  • Visual Publications (G. E. Rigby)--24.7
  • Voice of America (Organization) (Henry A. Dunlap)--15.2
  • Volta River Authority (S. N. Addo)--25.2
  • Von Daler, Judith--15.2
  • WBAI Radio (New York, N.Y.) (Joseph J. Binns, Elinore Bruce, Dick Elman, Christopher Koch)--16.8, 23.4
  • WCAL (Radio station : St. Olaf College) (Paul E. Peterson)--16.8
  • WGBH (Television station : Boston, Mass.) (Al Hulsen)--16.8
  • WNDT (Television station : Newark, N.J.) (Elinor Finkelstein)--16.8, 23.4
  • WRVR (Radio station : New York, N. Y.) (Whitmore J. Young, Jr.)--16.8
  • Waddington, Victor (The Waddington Galleries)--12.4
  • Wadibia, Duzi--14.3
  • Wästberg, Per--15.2
  • Wake, Clive (University College of Rhodesia and Nyasaland, University of Kent at Canterbury)--15.2, 22.7
  • Walker, Angela--14.3, 20.9
  • Ward, Michael R. (The University of Zambia)--15.2
  • Warman, Richard--20.9
  • Warne, Lars-G. (The Swedish Institute)--12.4
  • Warren, Lee--15.2
  • Wathen, Ronnie--14.3
  • Watrous, S. E. (The British Broadcasting Corporation)--12.4
  • Watson, J. Andrew--12.13, 14.3
  • Wayne State University. University Libraries (Robert Kunnath)--22.7
  • Wenzel, Marian--15.2
  • West Brothers Ltd.--19.7
  • Westminster (London, England). General Manager (G. W. Rhodes)--20.7
  • Westminster (London, England). Manager of Baths and Halls (C. C. Lucy)--19.7
  • Whitaker, Ayton (The British Broadcasting Corporation)--12.4
  • White, Leonard, 1916- (ABC Television Limited)--12.4
  • Whitechapel Art Gallery (David Galer)--13.2
  • Whiteley, Wilfred Howell--14.3
  • Wiget, E.--14.3
  • Williams, David, recording technician--19.7, 20.9
  • Williams, David, 1913- (West Africa)--12.4, 24.6
  • Wilmer, Valerie--14.3
  • Wilson, Angus, 1913-1991--24.10
  • Wilson, Michael--14.3, 16.7
  • Wilson, W. D.--19.7
  • Wilt, Karen--24.1
  • Windham College. President (Eugene C. Winslow)--23.4
  • Winter, Ella, 1898-1980--12.10
  • Woolley, Geoffrey, 1915- (The Times)--24.10
  • World Campaign for the Release of South African Political Prisoners (S. B. Bunting, Jeremy Thorpe)--24.9
  • World Campaign for the Release of South African Political Prisoners. Exhibition Appeal Committee (Raymond Kunene, Kenneth Parker)--13.2-3
  • World Confederation of Organizations of the Teaching Profession (Raymond J. Smyke)--15.2
  • World-wide Partnership (Heinz Putzrath)--20.4
  • Wright, Edgar, 1920- (Laurentian University)--15.2, 20.4
  • Yale University. Library (J. M. D. Crossey)--15.2
  • Yale University. Library. African Collection (J. M. D. Crossey)--10.9
  • Yazid, Abidu--14.3
  • Young, Brian (The Nuffield Foundation)--12.4
  • Zambia. Dept. of Cultural Services (Kenneth E. Nkhata, C. L. Vyas)--15.2, 22.7
  • Zambia. Ministry of Education (P. G. Delahunty, Robert McDonald)--15.2, 16.9
  • Zambia Broadcasting Corporation (R. Buckland)--16.9
  • Zambia Broadcasting Services (E. C. Chellahs, J. P. Conibeere)--16.9, 22.7
  • Zambia Information Services--22.7
  • Zambia Publishing Company (William H. Dullforce)--15.2
  • Zewde Gabre-Sellassie--14.3
  • Zimbabwe African National Union (Frank T. P. Ziyambi)--19.7

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 Index to Radio Program Transcriptions 

This index lists names, titles, and subjects from the radio program transcriptions located in folder 7.5 through 9.3 ONLY. Each item within the folder bears a number assigned by the Transcription Centre, which is cited here to aid in finding particular items within the folder.

  • Abrahams, Peter. Review of his Night of Their Own--folder 8.5 / item 50.12
  • Achebe, Chinua
    • Interview with L. Nkosi--folder 7.5 / item 1.8
    • Interview with D. Nwoga--folder 7.5 / item 5.7
    • Interview with J. Ludwig--folder 7.6 item / 10.2
    • Critique by R. Serumaga--folder 8.1 / item 23.2
    • Review of his Arrow of God--folder 9.2 / item 106.2
  • "Africa and the Common Market." Comments on Dr. van der Lee’s remarks--folder 8.5 / item 54.1
  • "African History." Text of discussion by R. Oliver et al.--folder 8.6 / item 57.2
  • "The African Image." Discussion of--folder 8.5 / item 42.1
  • African little magazines. Discussion of by L. Nkosi--folder 8.5 / item 47.8
  • African music series. Contributions by D. Brand and G. Kubik--folder 8.4 / items 33.1-38.4
  • The African short story. Discussion of by R. Rive--folder 8.5 / item 47.1
  • "African Socialism." Text of discussion by E. Gellner et al.--folder 8.6 / item 58.2
  • Aidoo, Ama Ata
    • Critique--folder 8.3 / item 28.2
    • Text of her The Lover--folder 9.1 / item 76.2
  • Aluko, T. M. Review of his One Man, One Matchet--folder 8.5 / item 51.11
  • Apronti, Jawa. Interview--folder 7.5 / item 8.4
  • Awoonor, Kofi
    • Interview with R. Serumaga--folder 7.6 / item 9.3
    • Interview with D. Duerden--folder 7.6 / item 14.2
    • Text of his Ancestral Power--folder 8.4 / item 31.2
    • Text of his The Return--folder 8.4 / item 32.2
  • Baldwin, James. Review of his works by A. Salkey--folder 9.2 / item 95.2
  • Bascom, William Russell. Review of his Continuity and Change by A.Mazrui--folder 9.2 / item 107.5
  • Bennett, George. Review of his The Concept of Empire by A. Mazrui--folder 9.2 / item 107.8
  • Benson, Mary. Review of her Chief Luthuli of South Africa by A. Hutchinson--folder 9.2 / item 108.3
  • Beti, Mongo. Discussion of by L. Nkosi--folder 8.5 / item 48.1
  • Black Orpheus. Discussion of the Nigerian periodical--folder 9.2 / item 105.6
  • Brutus, Dennis
    • Interview--folder 7.5 / item 8.1
    • Critique by A. La Guma--folder 8.1 / item 22.1
    • Text of his poems--folder 8.4 / item 29.11
    • Review of his Sirens, Knuckles, and Boots by L. Nkosi--folder 8.5 / item 49.6
  • Choonara, Ismail. Adaptation by C. Pieterse for radio of his Cages--folder 8.6 / item 59.2
  • Clark-Bekederemo, J. P.
    • Interview--folder 7.5 / item 5.6
    • Critique--folder 8.2 / item 27.2
    • Critique by C. Pieterse--folder 8.3 / item 27.3
    • Review of his A Reed in the Tide--folder 9.3 / item 123.6
  • Dathorne, O. R. Interview--folder 9.2 / item 95.3
  • Dawn, Marpessa. Interview--folder 9.2 / item 96.1
  • De Graft, Joseph C. Interview--folder 7.6 / item 12.1
  • Dei-Anang, Kofi K. Interview--folder 9.3 / item 186.3
  • Easmon, R. Sarif
    • Critique by C. Pieterse--folder 8.3 / item 28.1
    • Review of his New Patriots--folder 8.5 / item 49.5
  • Ekwensi, Cyprian
    • Interview with D. Duerden--folder 7.5 / item 6.3
    • Interview with A. La Guma--folder 8.1 / item 22.1
    • Review of his Beautiful Feathers by J. Nagenda--folder 8.5 / item 46.3
  • "English Speaking Caribbean Novelists." Text of discussion led by A. Gibbons--folder 9.3 / item 119.2
  • Euba, Femi
    • Text of his The Beggar--folder 9.1 / item 80.4
    • Text of his The Miser--folder 9.1 / item 80.3
  • Feit, Edward. Review by M. Kunene of his South Africa: the Dynamics of the African National Congress--folder 9.2 / item 107.6
  • "Freedom." Text of discussion by E. Gellner et al.--folder 8.6 / item 58.2
  • Fugard, Athol. Critique--8.2 / items 26.1-3
  • Gatheru, R. Mugo. Review of his autobiography by L. Barrett--folder 8.5 / item 48.4
  • Hinden, Rita. Discussion of her Africa and Democracy--folder 8.5 / item 56.1
  • Idahen, Festus. Interview with G. Meuer--folder 9.1 / item 83.3
  • Jones, Eldred D. Interview--folder 7.6 / item 10.1
  • The Journal of Modern African Studies. Discussion by A. Mazrui--folder 9.2 / item 107.11
  • Kalanzi, Ben. Article by Kalanzi read by R. Serumaga--folder 9.2 / item 93.6
  • Kariuki, Joseph
    • Text of his poems--folder 8.3 / item 29.3
    • Interview--folder 9.3 / item 186.2
  • Kayira, Legson. Interview--folder 7.6 / item 11.1
  • Kubik, Gerhard. Text of his African Music as an Art Form radio program--folder 9.3 / items 121.2-3
  • Kunene, Mazisi
    • Interview with L. Nkosi--folder 7.5 / item 5.4
    • Interview with A. La Guma--folder 7.5 / item 8.3
    • Critique by A. La Guma--folder 8.1 / item 22.3
  • La Guma, Alex
    • Interview with R. Serumaga--folder 7.5 / item 8.1
    • Interview with R. Serumaga--folder 8.1 / item 24.1
    • Text of his Death-line Eight-thirty--folder 9.1 / item 78.3
    • Text of his The Prisoner--folder 9.1 / item 77.3
  • Mahmud, Khalil. Interview--folder 9.1 / item 91.2
  • Maimane, Arthur. Interview--folder 7.5 / item 2.6
  • Maloba, Gregory. Interview--folder 9.1 / item 84.1
  • Mbeki, Govan. Critique by A. Hutchinson--folder 8.5 / item 48.7
  • Mboya, Tom. Review of his Freedom and After by J. Nagenda--folder 8.5 / item 47.5
  • Modern African architecture. Discussion of--folder 9.2 / items 97.6 and 98.6
  • Modisane, Bloke
    • Interview--folder 7.5 / item 2.4
    • Review of his Blame Me on History by L. Nkosi--folder 8.5 / item 47.7
  • Moore, Gerald. Discussion of--folder 9.2 / item 105.4
  • Mphahlele, Ezekiel
    • Interview--folder 7.6 / item 15.1
    • Critique of--folder 8.1 / item 22.2
  • Mrwebi, Gwigwi. Adaptation by C. Pieterse for radio of his Feat Accomplished--folder 8.6 / item 72.2
  • Munonye, John. Review of his The Only Son--folder 8.5 / item 49.4
  • Mvusi, Selby. Interview--folder 9.1 / item 83.2
  • Negritude. Discussion of by "Patterson" and others--folder 8.5 / item 52.1
  • Ngakane, Lionel
    • Text of his Gold in the Streets--folder 9.1 / item 81.3
    • Text of his The Killing of Mrs. Dube--folder 9.1 / 75.3
  • Ngala, Ronald Gideon. Interview--folder 9.2 / item 92.3
  • Ngugi wa Thiong’o. Critique--folder 8.1 / item 24.2
  • Njururi, Ngumbu. Interview--folder 7.6 / item 11.2
  • Nkosi, Lewis. Critique--folder 8.2 / item, 27.1
  • Nwoga, Donatus Ibe. Interview--folder 7.5 / item 5.5
  • Nwoko, Demas. Interview--folder 9.3 / item 186.1
  • Nyerere, Julius K. Review by J. Mbiti of his Julius Caezar--folder 8.5 / item 48.2
  • Okigbo, Christopher
    • Interview--folder 7.5 / item 7.1
    • Critique by R. Serumaga--folder 8.1 / item 23.3
  • Oliver, Roland Anthony. Interview--folder 9.1 / item 90.3
  • "One Party Government." Text of discussion led by N. Rubin--folder 8.6 / item 60.2
  • Oyônô-Mbia, Guillaume. Interview--folder 7.6 / item 19.1
  • Parkes, Frank
    • Critique--folder 8.3 / item 29.1
    • Text of his Spirituals, Blues, Jazz--folder 9.2 / item 114.2
    • Text of his Temples for Tomorrow: Langston Hughes--folder 9.2 / item 118.1
  • "Personal Liberty in Africa." Text of discussion led by N. Rubin--folder 8.6 / item 59.2
  • Peters, Lenrie
    • Text of his Modern City--folder 8.3 / item 29.2
    • Interview--folder 9.3 / item 186.1
  • Pieterse, Cosmo. Text of his Rehearsal--folder 8.6 / item 73.2
  • "Portugal and Africa." Text of discussion led by N. Rubin--folder 8.5 / item 55.1
  • Quartet: New Voices from South Africa. Review by B. Modisane--folder 8.5 / item 48.3
  • Rabearivelo, Jean-Joseph. Critique--folder 7.6 / item 21.1
  • Resha, Robert. Interview--folder 9.2 / item 92.1
  • "Rhodesia Discussion." Text of discussion led by N. Rubin--folder 8.6 / item 61.1
  • Rive, Richard
    • Interview--folder 7.5 / item 7.7
    • Critique--folder 8.1 / 24.3
    • Review of his Emergency by C. Pieterse--folder 8.5 / item 48.9
    • Text of his "Moçambique Poetry"--folder 8.5 / item 47.3
    • Text of his No Room at Solitaire adapted by C. Pieterse--folder 9.1 / item 73.3
  • "The Rule of Law in Africa."Text of discussion led by N. Rubin--folder 8.6 / item 58.1
  • Senghor, Léopold Sédar. Critique--folder 8.1 / item 21.2
  • Serumaga, Robert. Interview--folder 9.1 / items 88.1-2
  • Seven African Writers. Review of, by L. Nkosi and F. Parkes--folder 8.5 / item 46.1
  • Soyinka, Wole
    • Interview with D. Duerden--folder 7.5 / item 7.4
    • Critique in four parts--folders 8.1-2 / items 24.4, 25.1-3
    • Review of his The Interpreters by Sammy Olagbaju--folder 8.5 / item 51.2
  • Tchicaya U Tam’si
    • Interview--folder 8.1 / item 22.1
    • Reminiscence of him--folder 8.5 / item 51.9
  • Thiam, ____. Interview--folder 9.2 / item 92.7
  • "The Third World." Text of discussion by P. Lyon et al.--folder 8.6 / item 62.1
  • "Three Nigerian Novelists." Text by D. Nwoga for radio program on Tutuola, Ekwensi, and Achebe--folder 8.5 / item 40.2
  • Three Nigerian Plays. Discussion by U. Beier and G. Moore of book-- folder 8.5 / item 45.1
  • Transition
    • Discussion of the Ugandan periodical by L. Nkosi--folder 8.5 / item 48.5
    • Discussion by F. Ademola--folder 9.2 / item 106.4
  • Tutuola, Amos. Critique by A. La Guma--folder 8.1 / item 21.3
  • "The Unification of African Law." Text of discussion led by N. Rubin-- folder 8.5 / item 55.2
  • Wake, Clive. Review of his A Book of African Verse by F. Ademola--folder 9.2 / item 106.4
  • The West African Intellectual Community. Review--folder 9.2 / item 107.10
  • "What is African Literature?" Text of a discussion by the Conference for African Writers of English Expression, Makerere College, 1961-- folder 9.3 / item 119.1
  • Williams, Aubrey. Interview--folder 9.3 / item 183.1
  • Williams, Dennis. Interview by A. Salkey--folder 9.1 / item 83.5
  • "Women in Africa." Text of discussion by F. Ginwala et al.--folder 8.6 / item 62.2
  • Zondo (radio play). Script, episode 5--folder 7.5 / unnumbered item

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