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 Rhodes University. Cory Library for Historical Research
Name of CollectionSouth African Freedom Struggles
Collection ChampionGwenda Thomas /Shirley Kabwato (Tel no.: +27 46 603 8079 / +27 46 603 8373, Fax no.: +27 46 622 3487, E-mail address: g.thomas@ru.ac.za / s.kabwato@ru.ac.za)
 Library; PO Box 184; Grahamstown; 6140
Physical Location of CollectionArtillery Road; Grahamstown; 6139







 Rhodes University. ILAM
Name of CollectionHugh Tracey Document and Ephemera Collection
Collection ChampionDiane Thram, Director, ILAM / Elijah Madiba (Tel no.: +27 46 603 8557, Fax no.: +27 46 622 4411, E-mail address: d.thram@ru.ac.za / e.madiba@ru.ac.za)
 Library Services; PO Box 184; Grahamstown; 6140
Status of CollectionDigitising under way - Planned
Accessibility of CollectionAccess via Archivist
Physical Location of CollectionArtillery Road; Grahamstown; 6139


Period Covered-2010
Language(s) of the CollectionEnglish


Metadata StandardsDublin Core
Type of ResourcesManuscripts; Letters; Field cards
Type of MaterialText



 Rhodes University. Cory Library for Historical Research
Name of CollectionLovedale Institute
Collection ChampionGwenda Thomas / Shirley Kabwato (Tel no.: +27 46 603 8079 / +27 46 603 8373, Fax no.: +27 46 622 3487, E-mail address: g.thomas@ru.ac.za / s.kabwato@ru.ac.za)
 Library; PO Box 184; Grahamstown; 6140
Status of CollectionDigitising under way - Planned
Accessibility of CollectionAccess via Archivist
Physical Location of CollectionArtillery Road; Grahamstown; 6139


Description of Collection3000 pages. Minutes and correspondence relating to the history of the Lovedale Institute. The collection respresents a comprehensive history of Eastern Cape missionary history.
Language(s) of the CollectionEnglish
Beneficiaries of Digitized CollectionResearchers of Eastern Cape missionary history.
Justification for Digitization and PreservationOriginal documents are the most sought after by researchers. Digitization will make them readily accessible and also prevent heavy use and damage of originals.


Metadata StandardsDublin Core
Type of ResourcesManuscripts; Letters; Reports; Minutes
Type of MaterialText
Type of File formatspdf; tiff; txt
Size of Collection1000-5000



 Rhodes University. Cory Library for Historical Research
Name of CollectionLovedale Press
Collection ChampionGwenda Thomas / Shirley Kabwato (Tel no.: +27 46 603 8079, Fax no.: +27 46 622 3487, E-mail address: g,thomas@ru.ac.za / s.kabwato@ru.ac.za)
 Library; PO Box 184; Grahamstown; 6140
Status of CollectionDigitising under way - Planned
Accessibility of CollectionAccess via Archivist
Physical Location of CollectionArtillery Road; Grahamstown; 6139


Description of Collection2000 pages. Lovedale publications - original documents produced by black intellectuals mostly educated at Lovedale Missionary Institute (Eastern Cape), founded in 1841.
Language(s) of the CollectionXhosa; English; English and Xhosa
Beneficiaries of Digitized CollectionResearchers of Eastern Cape missionary history
Justification for Digitization and PreservationFrequently used by researchers. Original documents produced by black intellectuals mostly educated at Lovedale Missionary Institute. Fragile collections - digitization will help preserve originals and improve access to documents. Copyright: Lovedale Press


Metadata StandardsDublin Core
Type of ResourcesManuscripts
Type of File formatspdf; tiff; txt
Size of Collection1000-5000



 Rhodes University. Cory Library for Historical Research
Name of CollectionBorder Rural Committee
Collection ChampionGwenda Thomas / Shirley Kabwato (Tel no.: +27 46 603 8079 / +27 46 603 8373, Fax no.: +27 46 622 3487, E-mail address: g.thomas@ru.ac.za / s.kabwato@ru.ac.za)
 Library; PO Box 184; Grahamstown; 6140
Status of CollectionDigitising under way - Planned
Accessibility of CollectionAccess via Archivist
Physical Location of CollectionArtillery Road; Grahamstown; 6139


Description of Collection1500 pages. Records relating to the Border Rural Committee including Zweledinga, land claims, Land Commission, Rural Local Government, Mgwali, early Grahamstown Rural Committee and Eastern Cape removals.
Language(s) of the CollectionEnglish
Beneficiaries of Digitized CollectionResearchers - socio-economic impact of forced removals on the Eastern Cape community and individuals and lawyers involved in land claim cases.
Justification for Digitization and PreservationProvide wider access to the documents. Important history on forced removals. Information is often used for land claim cases. Frequency of use, physical condition, rarity and informational value.


Metadata StandardsDublin Core
Type of ResourcesManuscripts; Minutes; Reports; Correspondence; Notes
Type of MaterialText; Still image
Type of File formatspdf; txt; tiff
Size of Collection1000-5000



 Rhodes University. Cory Library for Historical Research
Name of CollectionGrahamstown Training Collection
Collection ChampionGwenda Thomas / Shirley Kabwato (Tel no.: +27 46 603 8079, Fax no.: +27 46 622 3487, E-mail address: g.thomas@ru.ac.za / s.kabwato@ru.ac.za)
 Library; PO Box 184; Grahamstown; 6140
Status of CollectionDigitising under way - Not Yet Planned
Accessibility of CollectionAccess via Archivist
Physical Location of CollectionArtillery Road; Grahamstown; 6139


Description of CollectionPhotograph Albums (1920-1982); minute books (1954-1991); and records relating to the Old Girls Guild including pamphlets on the Sisters' Chapel, Mother Cecile, the story of a vocation and minutes of meetings.
Language(s) of the CollectionEnglish
Beneficiaries of Digitized CollectionResearchers of Grahamstown education history (1954-1991) and early history of one of the first colleges in Grahamstown and its impact to society (1920-1982).
Justification for Digitization and PreservationPhotographs are originals and only copies available. Not yet catalogued, thus unknown to the public. Digitization will provide wider access. Frequency of use and physical condition,


Metadata StandardsDublin Core
Type of ResourcesPhotograph albums; Minute books
Type of MaterialText; Still image
Type of File formatspdf; tiff; jpeg; txt
Size of Collection1000-5000



 Rhodes University. ILAM (International Library of African Music)
Name of CollectionILAM Sound Recording Collections
Collection ChampionProf. Diane Thram, Director, ILAM / Mr Elijah Madiba, (Tel no.: +27 46 603 8557, Fax no.: +27 46 622 4411, E-mail address: d.thram@ru.ac.za / e.madiba@ru.ac.za)
 Library; PO Box 184; Grahamstown; 6140
Status of CollectionDigitised - Ongoing
Website Address of Collectionhttp://ilam.ru.ac.za/gsearch.html
Physical Location of CollectionArtillery Road; Grahamstown; 6139


Description of CollectionThe International Library of African Music (ILAM ) is a rare and valuable archive of the research-generated sound recordings, photographs, films and print publications amassed by Hugh Tracey (1903-1977) from the 1930s through to the early 1970s, as he pioneered in the scholarly study of African music. ILAM was founded by Hugh Tracey in 1954 as a library, research centre and repository for his field collections, commercially published recordings and his collection of African musical instruments. Many thousands of African songs, together with detailed documentation on purpose-designed field cards (with 15 individual information fields, covering everything from performers name, address, instrument played, language group to length of recording in minutes and seconds and the equipment it was recorded on) were collected by Tracey in the course of 19 field excursions that took him throughout east, central and southern Africa.
Period Covered-2008
Beneficiaries of Digitized CollectionStudents and researchers in ethnomusicology.
Justification for Digitization and PreservationUniqueness, condition, urgency, deterioration of sound recordings and importance for research or heritage.


Metadata StandardsDublin Core
Type of Resourcesacetate discs [1,379]; vinyl test pressings [4,289]
Type of MaterialSound
Type of File formatsmp3; wav
Size of Collection10000-50000



 Rhodes University. Cory Library for Historical Research
Name of CollectionBisho Massacre
Collection ChampionGwenda Thomas / Shirley Kabwato (Tel no.: +27 46 603 8079, Fax no.: +27 46 622 3487, E-mail address: g.thomas@ru.ac.za / s.kabwato@ru.ac.za)
  PO Box 184; Grahamstown; 6140
Status of CollectionDigitising under way - Planned
Accessibility of CollectionOpen Access
Physical Location of CollectionArtillery Road; Grahamstown; 6139


Description of CollectionBisho massacre, Ciskei, Bisho, African National Congress, Apartheid, Matthew, Fort Calata, Sparrow Mkonto and Sicelo Mhlauli, 1985 - 1992, Addo.
Language(s) of the CollectionEnglish
Beneficiaries of Digitized CollectionLocal and international researchers interested in the political history of the Eastern Cape, especially atrocities committed by the apartheid government.
Justification for Digitization and PreservationFrequently requested material. Important collection of the research of Eastern Cape politics during apartheid. All press cuttings.


Metadata StandardsDublin Core
Ontology StandardsFree-text Keywords
Type of ResourcesPress cuttings
Type of MaterialText; Still image
Type of File formatstiff; pdf; txt
Size of Collection1000-5000



 Rhodes University. International Library of African Music
Name of CollectionILAM/Rand Merchant Bank Expressions Fund Project
Collection ChampionProf. Diane Thram, Director, International Library (Tel no.: +27 46 603 8557, Fax no.: +27 46 622 4411, E-mail address: d.thram@ru.ac.za / e.madiba@ru.ac.za)
 Library; PO Box 184; Grahamstown; 6140
Status of CollectionDigitising under way - Planned
Accessibility of CollectionAccess via Archivist
Physical Location of CollectionArtillery Road; Grahamstown; 6139


Description of CollectionThe International Library of African Music (ILAM) is a rare and valuable archive of the research-generated sound recordings, photographs, films and print publications amassed by Hugh Tracey (1903-1977) from the 1930s through the early 1970s, as he pioneered in the scholarly study of African music. ILAM was founded by Hugh Tracey in 1954 as a library, research centre and repository for his field collections, commercially published recordings and his collection of African musical instruments. Many thousands of African songs, together with detailed documentation on purpose-designed field cards (with 15 individual information fields, covering everything from the performers name, address, instrument played, language group to the length of recording in minutes and seconds and the equipment it was recorded on) were collected by Tracey in the course of 19 field excursions that took him throughout east, central and southern Africa.
Period Covered2008-2009
Beneficiaries of Digitized CollectionResearchers, students and any other individuals interested in undertaking research projects, music education projects, or simply wanting full sound files of the recordings.
Justification for Digitization and PreservationUniqueness, condition, urgency, deterioration of sound recordings, importance for research or heritage. The International Library of African Music (ILAM) is a rare and valuable archive of the research-generated sound recordings, photographs, films and print publications amassed by Hugh Tracey (1903-1977) from the 1930s through the early 1970s, as he pioneered in the scholarly study of African music. ILAM was founded by Hugh Tracey in 1954 as a library, research centre and repository for his field collections, commercially published recordings and his collection of African musical instruments. Many thousands of African songs, together with detailed documentation on purpose-designed field cards (with 15 individual information fields, covering everything from performers name, address, instrument played, language group to length of recording in minutes and seconds and the equipment it was recorded on) were collected by Tracey in the course of 19 field excursions that took him throughout east, central and southern Africa.


Metadata StandardsDublin Core
Type of Resources952 pancake reels
Type of MaterialSound
Type of File formatsmp3; wav
Size of Collection100-1000



 Rhodes University. International Library of African Music
Name of CollectionILAM Photograph Collection
Collection ChampionProf. Diane Thram, Director, ILAM / Mr Elijah Madiba (Tel no.: +27 46 603 8557, Fax no.: +27 46 622 4411, E-mail address: d.thram@ru.ac.za / e.madiba@ru.ac.za)
 Library; PO Box 184; Grahamstown; 6140
Status of CollectionDigitised - Ongoing
Website Address of Collectionhttp://ilam.ru.ac.za/
Accessibility of CollectionLow resolution images open access; high resolution images requested from archive.
Physical Location of CollectionArtillery Road; Grahamstown; 6139


Description of CollectionThe International Library of African Music (ILAM) is a rare and valuable archive of the research-generated sound recordings, photographs, films and print publications amassed by Hugh Tracey (1903-1977) from the 1930s through the early 1970s, as he pioneered in the scholarly study of African music.ILAM was founded by Hugh Tracey in 1954 as a library, research centre and repository for his field collections, commercially published recordings and his collection of African musical instruments. Many thousands of African songs, together with detailed documentation on purpose-designed field cards (with 15 individual information fields, covering everything from performers name, address, instrument played, language group to length of recording in minutes and seconds and the equipment it was recorded on) were collected by Tracey in the course of 19 field excursions that took him throughout east, central and southern Africa. Thousands of photographs taken in the course of his field research are also arcived.
Period Covered-2007
Beneficiaries of Digitized CollectionResearchers, students and any other individuals interested in undertaking research projects and music education projects.
Justification for Digitization and PreservationUniqueness, deterioration of photographs, importance for research and heritage and improved access (not previously indexed or catalogued).


Metadata StandardsDublin Core
Type of ResourcesPhotograhs
Type of File formatstiff; jpeg
Size of Collection5000-10000



 Rhodes University. International Library of African Music
Name of CollectionILAM Film Collection
Collection ChampionProf. Diane Thram, Director, ILAM / Elijah Madiba, (Tel no.: +27 46 603 8557, Fax no.: +27 46 622 4411, E-mail address: d.thram@ru.ac.za / e.madiba@ru.ac.za)
 Library; PO Box 184; Grahamstown; 6140
Status of CollectionDigitising under way - Planned
Accessibility of CollectionAccess via Archivist
Physical Location of CollectionArtillery Road; Grahamstown; 6139


Description of Collection38 reels dating from the 1940s-70s; 20 reels have been digitized by the ILAM/ National Heritage Council project (see justifiction); 18 reels remain to be digitized.
Beneficiaries of Digitized CollectionResearchers, students and any other individuals interested in undertaking research and music education projects.
Justification for Digitization and PreservationUniqueness. 20 reels have been digitized by the ILAM/ National Heritage Council project under private contract with a specialist who projected the films and then re-filmed them with a digital camera. This gives us back-ups of the films but is not the ideal way to digitize them since data is lost. The entire film collection needs to digitized using direct analog to digital capture technology. Lack of adequate funding has prevented this to date.


Metadata StandardsDublin Core
Type of ResourcesFilm reels
Type of MaterialMoving image
Size of Collection>100



 Rhodes University. International Library of African Music
Name of CollectionILAM Instrument Collection
Collection ChampionProf. Diane Thram, Director, ILAM / Mr. Elijah Madiba, (Tel no.: +27 46 603 8557, Fax no.: +27 46 622 4411, E-mail address: d.thram@ru.ac.za / e.madiba@ru.ac.za)
 Library; PO Box 184; Grahamstown; 6140
Status of CollectionDigitising under way - Not Yet Planned
Physical Location of CollectionArtillery Road; Grahamstown; 6139


Description of Collection350 African musical instruments (inventory to be sent to the NRF separately) collected between 1930s and 1970s. Intruments were collected throughout east, central and southern Africa.
Beneficiaries of Digitized CollectionResearchers, students and any other individuals interested in undertaking research and music education projects. World-wide access to this unique collection.
Justification for Digitization and PreservationUnique collection - urgency because of deterioration of instruments, protection of instruments, importance for research and importance for heritage.


Type of ResourcesMusical instruments
Type of MaterialPhysical object
Size of Collection100-1000



 Rhodes University. ILAM
Name of CollectionAndrew Tracey Collection
Collection ChampionProf. Diane Thram, Director, International Library of (Tel no.: +27 46 603 8557, Fax no.: +27 46 622 4411, E-mail address: d.thram@ru.ac.za / e.madiba@ru.ac.za)
 Library Services; PO Box 184; Grahamstown; 6140
Status of CollectionDigitising under way - Planned
Accessibility of CollectionAccess via Archivist
Physical Location of CollectionArtillery Road; Grahamstown; 6139


Period Covered-2010
Justification for Digitization and PreservationUnique collection - urgency because of deterioration of instruments, protection of instruments and importance for research and importance for heritage.


Content StandardsDublin Core
Size of Collection1000-5000



 Rhodes University. International Library of African Music (ILAM)
Name of CollectionHugh Tracey Field Cards
Collection ChampionProf. Diane Thram, Director, ILAM (Tel no.: +27 46 603 8557, Fax no.: +27 46 622 4411, E-mail address: d.thram@ru.ac.za)
 Library; PO Box 184; Grahamstown; 6140
Status of CollectionDigitising under way - Not Yet Planned
Accessibility of CollectionAccess via Archivist
Physical Location of CollectionArtillery Road; Grahamstown; 6139


Description of CollectionDates from the 1930s through the early 1970s, as Hugh Tracey pioneered in the scholarly study of African music. ILAM was founded by Hugh Tracey in 1954 as a library, research centre and repository for his field collections, commercially published recordings and his collection of African musical instruments. Many thousands of African songs, together with detailed documentation on purpose-designed field cards (with 15 individual information fields, covering everything from performers name, address, instrument played, language group to length of recording in minutes and seconds and the equipment it was recorded on) were collected by Tracey in the course of 19 field excursions that took him throughout east, central and southern Africa.
Beneficiaries of Digitized CollectionResearchers, students and any other individuals interested in undertaking research and music education projects, archivists and staff in ILAM.
Justification for Digitization and PreservationUnique collection, accessibility of collection, importance for research and heritage.


Content StandardsDublin Core
Type of ResourcesHandwritten field cards (both sides)
Size of Collection10000-50000



 Rhodes University. ILAM (International Library of African Music)
Name of CollectionILAM Sound Recording Collections
Collection ChampionProf. Diane Thram, Director, ILAM / Mr. Elijah Madiba, (Tel no.: +27 46 603 8557, Fax no.: +27 46 622 4411, E-mail address: d.thram@ru.ac.za)
 Library; PO Box 184; Grahamstown; 6140
Status of CollectionDigitised - Ongoing
Website Address of Collectionhttp://ilam.ru.ac.za/ http://www.disa.ukzn.ac.za/cgi-bin/library.exe?site=localhos t&a=p&p=about&c=ilamupdate&l=en&w=utf-8
Accessibility of CollectionOther
Physical Location of CollectionArtillery Road; Grahamstown; 6139


Description of CollectionILAM Sound Recording Collections already digitized by ILAM/SAMAP Project (completed August 2008): 1. acetate discs [1,379] 2. vinyl test pressings [4,289] 3. commercial 78 rpm records [4,065] and 4. 185 quarter-inch reels of the Hugh Tracey Broadcast Series.
Period Covered-August 2008
Beneficiaries of Digitized CollectionResearchers, students and any other individuals interested in undertaking research and music education projects, or simply wanting full sound files of the recordings, should contact ILAM directly to obtain permission for use.
Justification for Digitization and PreservationThe International Library of African Music (ILAM) is a rare and valuable archive of the research-generated sound recordings, photographs, films and print publications amassed by Hugh Tracey (1903-1977) from the 1930s through the early 1970s, as he pioneered in the scholarly study of African music. ILAM was founded by Hugh Tracey in 1954 as a library, research centre and repository for his field collections, commercially published recordings and his collection of African musical instruments. Many thousands of African songs, together with detailed documentation on purpose-designed field cards (with 15 individual information fields, covering everything from performers name, address, instrument played, language group to length of recording in minutes and seconds and the equipment it was recorded on) were collected by Tracey in the course of 19 field excursions that took him throughout east, central and southern Africa. Uniqueness of collection, condition and deterioration of sound recordings.


Content StandardsDublin Core
Ontology StandardsOther
Type of File formatsmp3; wav
Size of Collection10000-50000



 Rhodes University. Cory Library
Name of CollectionCiskei Commission
 Library; PO Box 184; Grahamstown; 6140
Status of CollectionDigitising under way - Planned
Accessibility of CollectionOpen Access
Physical Location of CollectionArtillery Road; Grahamstown; 6139


Description of CollectionCiskei, Eastern Cape Province.
Language(s) of the CollectionEnglish


Content StandardsDublin Core
Ontology StandardsFree-text Keywords
Type of ResourcesManuscripts; Letters
Size of Collection1000-5000



 Rhodes University. Library Services
Name of CollectionDave Dargie Collection
Collection ChampionDiane Thram, Director, ILAM / Elijah Madiba, (Tel no.: +27 46 603 8557, Fax no.: +27 46 622 4411, E-mail address: d.thram@ru.ac.za / e.madiba@ru.ac.za)
  PO Box 184; Grahamstown; 6140
Status of CollectionDigitising under way - Planned
Accessibility of CollectionAccess via Archivist
Physical Location of CollectionArtillery Road; Grahamstown; 6139


Description of Collection171 reels with thousands of songs.
Period Covered-2010
Language(s) of the CollectionXhosa
Justification for Digitization and PreservationSee other ILAM reports.


Content StandardsDublin Core
Size of Collection5000-10000



 Rhodes University. Cory Library for Historical Research
Name of CollectionGuy Frederick Butler Collection
 Library; PO Box 184; Grahamstown; 6140
Status of CollectionDigitising under way - Planned
Accessibility of CollectionOpen Access
Physical Location of CollectionArtillery Road; Grahamstown; 6139


Description of CollectionSister Margaret C.R., Grahamstown, Eastern Cape, Olive Schreiner, Cradock, 1820 settlers, Nuns, Southern African literature.
Beneficiaries of Digitized CollectionLocal and international researchers interested in the history of the Eastern Cape.
Justification for Digitization and PreservationImportant collection into the research of the history of the Eastern Cape.


Metadata StandardsDublin Core
Ontology StandardsFree-text Keywords
Type of ResourcesManuscripts; Letters; Diaries; Photographs; Slides
Type of MaterialText; Still image
Type of File formatspdf; tiff; txt
Size of Collection100-1000



 Rhodes University. Cory Library for Historical Research
Name of CollectionSilva Collection
 Library; PO Box 184; Grahamstown; 6140
Status of CollectionDigitising under way - Planned
Accessibility of CollectionOpen Access
Physical Location of CollectionArtillery Road; Grahamstown; 6139


Description of CollectionC.H. Huntley, John Hughes, Drummond, Silva Penny, Thomas Shone, Barker family, 1954 - 1994.
Beneficiaries of Digitized CollectionGenealogical researchers and any other researchers interested in genealogical research.
Justification for Digitization and PreservationImportant for family history research,


Metadata StandardsDublin Core
Ontology StandardsFree-text Keywords
Type of ResourcesManuscripts; Letters; Diaries
Type of MaterialText
Type of File formatspdf; txt; tiff
Size of Collection100-1000



 Rhodes University. Cory Library for Historical Research
Name of CollectionRev Howard F. Kirkby
 Library; PO Box 184; Grahamstown; 6140
Status of CollectionDigitising under way - Planned
Accessibility of CollectionOpen Access
Physical Location of CollectionArtillery Road; Grahamstown; 6139


Description of CollectionMethodist Church of Southern Africa, Grahamstown, Eastern Cape and 1991 -2005.
Language(s) of the CollectionEnglish
Beneficiaries of Digitized CollectionLocal and international researchers interested in the history of the Methodist Church of Southern Africa.
Justification for Digitization and PreservationOriginal material documenting the works and history of the Methodist Church of Southern Africa.


Metadata StandardsDublin Core
Ontology StandardsFree-text Keywords
Type of ResourcesManuscripts; Letters; Diaries
Type of File formatspdf; tiff; txt
Size of Collection1000-5000



 Rhodes University. Cory Library for Historical Research
Name of CollectionSister Margaret C.R.
 Library; PO Box 184; Grahamstown; 6140
Status of CollectionDigitising under way - Planned
Accessibility of CollectionOpen Access
Physical Location of CollectionArtillery Road; Grahamstown; 6139


Description of CollectionSister Margaret C.R. Community of the Ressurection of Our Lord Nuns.
Language(s) of the CollectionEnglish
Beneficiaries of Digitized CollectionLocal and international reseachers interested in the history of nuns and their work in South Africa. This collection provides biographical information of Sister Margaret C. R. who was the artist nun of Grahamstown.
Justification for Digitization and PreservationRare and fragile; to promote wider access whilst preserving the originals.


Metadata StandardsDublin Core
Ontology StandardsFree-text Keywords
Type of ResourcesLetters
Type of MaterialText; Still image
Type of File formatspdf; tiff
Size of Collection>100



 Rhodes University. Cory Library for Historical Research
Name of CollectionBurnett Collection
 Library; PO Box 184; Grahamstown; 6140
Status of CollectionDigitising under way - Planned
Accessibility of CollectionOpen Access
Physical Location of CollectionArtillery Road; Grahamstown; 6139


Description of Collection1957 - 1994, Archbishop Bill Burnett, family history and sermons.
Language(s) of the CollectionEnglish
Beneficiaries of Digitized CollectionGenealogical researchers interested in family history.


Metadata StandardsDublin Core
Ontology StandardsFree-text Keywords
Type of ResourcesPhotographs; Manuscripts; Letters
Type of MaterialText; Still image
Type of File formatspdf; tiff; txt
Size of Collection100-1000



 Rhodes University.
Name of CollectionRhodes Resources
 Library Services; PO Box 184; Grahamstown; 6140
Physical Location of CollectionDrostdy Road; Grahamstown; 6139