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EMPIRE AND COMMONWEALTH
Archives of the Royal Commonwealth Society from Cambridge University Library

Part 1: The Colour Question in Imperial Policy, c1830-1939

Please note that many of the classmarks/reference numbers quoted below are no longer valid. Researchers wishing to consult the original items in Cambridge University Library should check the University Library's electronic catalogue for new classmarks, and request the items in the reading room specified. Items not located in the catalogue should be viewed on the relevant microfilm.

 

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62e

P5460

Proposal for forming a society for civilising and improving the North-American Indians within the British boundary. 1806. 24pp.


Case 293c

Broughton, Col. T. D., Letters written in a Mahratta Camp during the year 1809: descriptive of the character, manners, domestic habits and religious ceremonies of the Mahrattas. With ten coloured engravings from drawings by a native artist. London 1813. 20pp + 359pp.


11m6

R189

Bannister, Saxe, Humane policy or justice to the aborigines . . .1830. 248pp and Appendices 1-13. i-cclxxxii (Saxe Bannister was formerly Attorney-General of New South Wales).

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L1 13

Report of Select Committee on Aborigines. 1836. 841pp.


L1 13

[238]

Report of Select Committee on Aborigines. 1837. 212pp.

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30

Anti-Slavery and Aborigines’ Protection Society 2nd and 3rd annual reports. . . presented at the meeting in Exeter Hall, 21 May 1839. . . 2nd annual report, 32pp, 1839. 3rd annual report, 48pp, 1840.

11m6

38

Pamphlets: Slavery (contains 6 items) bound together:


(1) Trew, Rev J.M. An Appeal to The Christian Philanthropy of the people of Great Britain and Ireland on behalf of the Religious Instruction and Conversion of Three Hundred Thousand Negro Slaves. London 1826. 48pp.


(2) Motte, Standish. Outline of a System of Legislation for securing Protection to the Aboriginal Inhabitants of all Countries Colonised by Great Britain. London 1840. 32pp.


(3) The Case of our Fellow Creatures the Oppressed Africans. London 1784. Quaker Pamphlet. 16pp.


(4) Carlyle, T. Occasional Discourse on The Nigger Question communicated by T. Carlyle. London 1853. 52pp.


(5) Bannister, Saxe, Humane Policy in the Colonies and India; or, the free, just and integral unions of coloured people with our people. Brighton 1870. 28pp.


(6) Discussion On The Content of European and Native Civilizations, Ipswich 1895. 29pp.
(All marked on front covers of pamphlets themselves as - 11m6)

11m6

39

Pamphlets: Slavery (contains 7 items) bound together:


(1) Practical Remarks on the Slave Trade on the West Coast of Africa with notes on the Portuguese Treaty. London 1839. 22pp.


(2) The True Scale of the Question addressed to the Petitioners for the Abolition of the Slave Trade by a plain man. London 1792. 14pp.

Bound with:


A Summary of the Evidence produced before the Committee of the Privy Council and before a Committee of the House of Commons relating to the Slave Trade. London 1792. 16pp.


(3) Proceedings of a Convention of the Friends of African Colonization. Washington. 1842. 64pp.


(4) Bourne, H. R. Fox, The Claims of Uncivilised Races. A paper submitted to the International Congress on Colonial Sociology, held in Paris in August 1900, by H.R. Fox Bourne, Secretary of the Aborigines’ Protection Society. London 1900. 12pp.


(5) Schanz, Moritz, Negererziehung in Nordamerika und Booker T Washington von Moritz Schanz. 23pp.


(6) Wybergh, W., ‘Imperial Organisation and the Colour Question. I.’ in the Contemporary Review, May 1907, pp695-705, and Wybergh, W., ‘Imperial Organisation and the Colour Question. II.’ in the
Contemporary Review, June 1907, 805-815pp.


(7) Hodgins, Thomas, The Fishery Concessions to the United States in Canada and Newfoundland in the Contemporary Review, June 1907, 816-831pp.
(All bound together and individually marked as - 11m6)

Durand, R.A., ‘Imperial organisation in tropical Africa’ in Afr. Month. v4, pp387-393, 1808 et seq. 1908? 7pp.

43c DUN

174267

Duncan, J., Travels in Western Africa in 1845 & 1846: comprising a journey from Whydah, through the kingdom of Dahomey, to Adofoodia in the interior. 2 vols. 1847. Vol I: 304pp (with some illustrative sketches). Vol II: 315pp (with some illustrative sketches).

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D8013

Colonial Intelligencer or Aborigines’ Friend.

Vols 1-4. 1847-1854 (All spines are extremely fragile/broken).

Vol 1, 256pp.

Vol 2, 432pp.

Vol 3, 416pp.

With Annual Reports of the Aborigines’ Protection Society.

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D8013

Colonial Intelligencer or Aborigines’ Friend.

Vol 4, 420pp.

With Annual Reports of the Aborigines’ Protection Society.


73

1

Roundell, C. S., England and her subject races, with special reference to Jamaica. 1866. 48pp.


42-L-

Tremaux, P., ‘L’homme blanc deviant nègre, et vice versa’ in his Le Soudan,

pp407-443, ?1870.


11m7

Ward, J.L., Colonization in its bearing on the extinction of the aboriginal races. 1874. 141pp.


Frere, Sir H. B. E., ‘On the laws affecting the relations between civilised and savage life, as bearing on the dealings of colonists with aborigines’, in Journal of the Anthropological Institute of Great Britain and Ireland, v11, pp313-354, 1882.


7m

Davis, N. D., Mr Froude’s Negrophobia, or Don Quixote as a Cook’s tourist. Demerara 1888. 45pp.


Pamph.119

Afr.

Thomson, J., ‘The Results of European intercourse’ in the Contemporary Review, March 1890, pp339-352.


43m

Maxwell, J. R., The Negro question, or hints for the physical improvement of the negro race, with special reference to West Africa. 1892. 188pp.


Collyer, W. R., ‘Influence of Europeans abroad upon native races’ 1898, in Notes Orientales, pp131-141, 1913.

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V.20.24

Knox, Robert, The Races of Men: A Philosophical Enquiry into the influence of Race over the Destinies of Nations (second edition). 1862, i-viii, 600pp.


8540.c.17

Dilke, Charles, Greater Britain: A record of travel in English speaking countries during 1866 and 1867. 2 volumes, 1868. Vol I: i-v + 404pp.

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8540.c.18

Dilke, Charles, Greater Britain: A record of travel in English speaking countries during 1866 and 1867. 2 volumes, 1868. Vol II: 428pp.


11m6

158295

Ireland, A., Tropical colonization: an introduction to the study of the subject. New York, 1899. xiii + 282pp.


11

Bourne, H. R. Fox, ‘Natives under British rule in Africa’ in British Empire Series, Volume 2: British Africa, pp195-218, 1899.


2m

Mahan, A. T., The Problem of Asia and its effects upon international policies. 1900, 233pp and map.

11m12

Murray, G. G. A., ‘The Exploitation of inferior races in ancient and modern times’ in Hirst’s Liberalism and the Empire, 1900, pp118-157.


Pamph. 209

S. Afr. War

Stanley, Sir H.M., ‘The Origin of the negro race’ in North American Review, pp656-665, May 1900.


43m

Bourne, H.R.F., Blacks and whites in West Africa: an account of the past treatment and present condition of West African natives under European influence or control. 1901, 88pp.

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11e

P5626

Hutchinson, Rev H.N., Gregory, J.W., and Lydekker, R., Living races of mankind: a popular illustrated account of the customs, habits, pursuits, feasts and ceremonies of the races of mankind throughout the world. 2 vols, 1901. Vol I: ix + 384pp. Vol II: x + pp385-776. (with many photographic illustrations throughout both volumes).


5m

Davis, A., The Native problem in South Africa: with a review of the problem in West and West Central Africa, by W.R Stewart. Chapman & Hall. 1903. x, 242pp.

REEL 9


11m6

DuBois, W.E.B., The Souls of black folk: essays and sketches. 1905. 264pp.


Pamph 232

Boyle, F., "Savages and clothes" in the Monthly Review, pp124-138, September 1905.


Pamph 232

Temperley, H. W. V., ‘The imperial control of native races’ in the Contemporary Review, pp804-813, June 1906.


2m6l

129008

Alston, L., The White man’s work in Asia and Africa: a discussion of the main difficulties of the colour question. 1907, 136pp.


11m6

Neame, L.E., The Asiatic danger in the Colonies. 1907. 192pp.


Pamph 242

The government of subject races’ in the Edinburgh Review, pp1-27, January 1908.

13LAB

R3808

Labor, A.B.C. Merriman -, Britons through Negro spectacles or a Negro on Britons with a description of London. Imperial & Foreign Co, 1909. 238pp

11m6

Archer, W., Through Afro-America: an English reading of the race problem. 1910, 295pp.

REEL 10


11e

Frobenius, L., The Childhood of Man: a popular account of the lives, customs, and thoughts of the primitive races; translated by A.H. Keane. 1909, 504pp.


1m6

Cowen, J., ‘Race prejudice’ in the Westmoreland Review, v173. 631-638pp, 1910.


7m6

134553

Johnston, Sir H. H., The Negro in the New World. 1910, 499pp.

REEL 11


11m12

R420

Bruce, Sir C., The Broad Stone of Empire: Problems of Crown Colony administration, with records of personal experience. 2 volumes, 1910. Vol. I.: 511pp and maps. Vol. II: 555pp and maps.

REEL 12


Johnston, Sir H. H., ‘Rise of the native’ in the Quarterly Review, pp121-151, January 1910.


11m12

Silburn, Col P.A.B., Governance of Empire, 1910, 347pp.


D8069

The Aryan, devoted to the spread of Eastern views of truth, the interests of the Hindus in the British Dominions; and the causes of the present unrest in India. Vol. 1: Nos. 1-5; Vol. 2: Nos. 1, 2 and 9.
August 1911 - November 1912, bound in one volume, 96pp.


Avebury, Sir J. Lubbock, First Lord, ‘Inter-racial problems’ in the Fortnightly Review, v90. pp581-589, 1911.


The Conflict of Colour’ in the Edinburgh Review, No. 436. pp419-442, 1911.


448m

Hayford, C., Ethiopia unbound: studies in race emancipation. 1911, 215pp.


2597-L

Lorrain, R.A., Five years in unknown jungles for God and Empire, being an account of the founding of the Lakher Pioneer Mission. 1912, 274pp.


Johnston, Sir H.H., ‘Racial problems’ in his Views and reviews from the outlook of an anthropologist, pp200-242, 1912 and


Johnston, Sir H.H., ‘Rise of the native’ in his Views and reviews from the outlook of an anthropologist, pp243-283, 1912.

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11m61 SPI

R1571

STORE

Spiller, G., ed., Papers on Inter-Racial problems communicated to the First Universal Races Congress held at the University of London, July 26-29, 1911. 1911, xlvi, 485pp.

Spiller’s paper on ‘The Problem of Race Equality’ expressed “a fervent hope that the deliberations of this historic Congress may result in better understanding and a higher appreciation of the different peoples on the globe, and may lead to the enactment of beneficent laws as well as to the formation of a powerful public opinion which shall promote this loftiest of objects.”

There were ten general conclusions:


“It is not legitimate to argue from differences in physical characteristics to differences in mental characteristics… mental characteristics may be greatly transformed by changes in education over a generation or two.”

“The status of a race at any particular moment of time offers no index to its innate or inherited capacities.”

“We ought to combat the irreconcilable contentions prevalent among all the more important races of mankind that their customs, their civilisations, and their race are superior to those of other races.”

Andrews, Rev. C.F., ‘Race within the Christian Church’ in East & the West, v10. pp395-411, 1912.


RE21.36 - Open shelves/N. Front 4.

Keith, A.B., ‘The Treatment of native races’ in his Responsible Government, v2. pp1054-1074, 1912.


11m12

Lucas, Sir C.P., ‘Class, colour and race’ in his Greater Rome and Greater Britain, pp91-111, 1912.


Rawson, Colonel, H.E., ‘The Native problem’ in Journal of the African Society, v11. pp151-172, 1912.


Scott, A. M., ‘A New Colour bar’ in the Contemporary Review, vol. 102, pp221-227, 1912.


Bruce, Sir C., ‘The modern conscience in relation to the treatment of dependent peoples’ in his True Temper of Empire, pp55-76, 1912.


11c

Tilby, A.W. Britain in the tropics, 1527-1910. (English people overseas, vol. 4). 452pp, 1912.

REEL 14


Besant, Mrs A., ‘Coloured races in the Empire’ in Indian Review, v14, pp288-294, 1913. 7pp.


Cromer, Earl of, ‘The Government of subject races’ in his Political & literary essays, pp3-53. 1913.


Davie, C.J. Ferguson - Bishop of Singapore, ‘Inter-marriage between Europeans and ‘natives’’ in East & the West, vol. 2, pp13-21, 1913.


Koyaji, R., ‘Colour prejudice in the British Colonies’ in Indian Review, v14, pp945-948, 1913.


Napier, W.J., ‘The application of English law to Asiatic races, with special reference to the Chinese’ in Notes Orientales, pp142-149, 1913 (reprinted from 1899).


60Bm6

24091

Ovington, Mary W., How the National Association for the Advancement of Coloured People began. New York 1914. 5pp.


Wilson, Sir R.K., ‘India, Canada, and the Empire’ in the Asiatic Review, vol 5, pp28-36, 1914.


11m6

28449

Evans, M.S., Black and White in the Southern States: a study in the race problem in the United States from a South African point of view. 1915, 299pp + v (with maps and bibliography).


11m6

34093

Macdonald, A.J., Trade, politics and Christianity in Africa and the East. 1916, xix, 296pp.


11L1

43125:

Olivier, Lord S., The League of Nations and primitive peoples. 1918, 16pp.

11L1

P10978

Borchard, E.M., ‘The Problem of backward areas and the colonies’ in Duggan’s League of Nations, pp201-217, 1919.

[missing; not found]

11m7

P15739

Franck, L., (editor), Etudes de colonisation comparée.
Tome premier, Bruxelles, 1924. 129pp.

46

70 386

folio

STORE

Francklin, B.J.F., Six native types from the original watercolour sketches made by B.J.F Francklin for the British Empire Exhibition –
Kenya Colony Section, 1924.
1. A Masai Warrior (Moran)
2. A Jaluo police constable
3. A Kamasia warrior
4. A Kikuyu warrior
5. A Kamba warrior
6. A Somali solder
(one cover sheet and 6 pictures).

11p

P15746

Lugard, Lord F.D., ‘The principle of trusteeship for backward races’ in Report of Church Congress, pp151-162, 1925.

11m6

P15884

Mathews, B., The Clash of colour: a study in the problem of race. Edinburgh 1925. 176pp.

REEL 15


5m6/4

Henderson, Rev. J., The position of the native in the social system of South Africa. Johannesburg. 1919, 17pp.


D405/P11646

Hardy, G.W., The Black peril; or the path to prison: an autobiographical story (second edition). 1920, 320pp.


11m61/54333

Johnston, Sir H.H., The Backward peoples and our relations with them. 1920, 64pp.


5m6/P11585

Jabavu, D. D. T., The black problem: papers and addresses on various native problems. second edition. Lovedale, 1920, 173pp.


4m/P10548

Morel, E.D., The Black man’s burden. 1920, 241pp.


D701093

‘Quelles sont les dispositions à prendre pour obtenir la collaboration des chefs indigènes à l’administration et au gouvernement des colonies?’ in Compte rendu de l'Institut Colonial International, session 1920, pp157-195, 1920.


11m12/60717/6-4

Coupland, R., The Study of the British Commonwealth: an inaugural lecture delivered before the University of Oxford, on 19 November 1921. Oxford 1921, 31pp.


Lugard, Lord F.D., ‘The Colour problem’ in the Edinburgh Review, vol 233, 267-283pp, 1921.


11e/R645

Lawrence, E., Spiritualism among civilised and savage races: a study in anthropology. 1921. xiii, 112pp.


11m6/77195

African Land: (a) A memorandum from the Anti-Slavery and Aborigines’ Protection Society. (b) The reply of the Duke of Devonshire. 1922, 7pp.

REEL 16


11m6/P11670

Stoddard, L., The Rising tide of colour against white world-supremacy. 1921. xxxii, 320pp. map. 1921 (copy signed by F. D. Lugard).


4m/92165

Lugard, F.D., 1st Baron, The dual mandate in British tropical Africa (first edition). Blackwood, 1922. xxi, 643pp [duplicate copy at 4m/61495]


The Colour question in politics’ in Round Table, No 49, pp38-70, 1922.


Lucas, Sir. C.P., ‘Tropical dependencies’ in the Edinburgh Review, No. 480, pp263-282, 1922.


Phillips, J.E.T., ‘The tide of colour’ in the Journal of the African Society. V21, pp129-135, et seq. 1922.


Harris, Rev. J. H., ‘The Christian Church and the colour bar’ in the Comtemporary Review, pp706-713, June 1923.


11m12

Lugard, Sir F., ‘Our tropical possessions’ in the Yearbook, Bristol Br. R.C.I., pp46-52, 1923.

REEL 17


4e/R7589 STORE

Migeod, F.W.H., Across Equatorial Africa. 1923, 397pp.


11e/69791

Lagden, Sir. G., The native races of the Empire; edited and partly written by Sir. G. Lagden (British Empire Series, Volume 9) 1924, xxiv, 377pp.


D7013/P16335

Gregory, J. W., ‘Inter-racial problems and white colonization in the tropics’ in the British Association Report, pp125-147, 1924.


11m7/P15739

Franck, L., (editor), Etudes de colonisation comparée. Tome premier, Bruxelles, 1924. 129pp.


46/70 386/folio STORE

Francklin, B.J.F., Coloured drawings of six native types from the original watercolour sketches made by B.J.F Francklin for the British Empire Exhibition – Kenya Colony Section, 1924.


1. A Masai Warrior (Moran)
2. A Jaluo police constable
3. A Kamasia warrior
4. A Kikuyu warrior
5. A Kamba warrior
6. A Somali solder
(one cover sheet and 6 pictures).


11p/P15746

Lugard, Lord F.D., ‘The principle of trusteeship for backward races’ in Report of Church Congress, pp151-162, 1925.


11m6/P15884

Mathews, B., The Clash of colour: a study in the problem of race. Edinburgh 1925. 176pp.

REEL 18


4n

R3210

STORE

Jones, T.J., Education in East Africa: a study of East, Central and South Africa by the Second African Education Commission under the auspices of the Phelps-Stokes Fund. New York, 1925. xxviii, 416pp.


11c

76071

Marvin, F.S., ‘England and the backward races’ in his England and the World, pp200-217, 1925.


11m61

R3701 STORE

Money, Sir L.G.C., The Peril of the White. 1925. xiii, 207pp. (appendix contains world’s population in 1921 divided according to races).


2m

P14953

Powell, E.A., The Struggle for power in Moslem Asia. 1925. xi, 320pp.


Wyndham, H.A., ‘The colour problem in Africa’ in Journal of the British Institute of International Affairs, vol 4, 174-190pp, 1925.


Chirol, Sir V., ‘The world problem of colour’ in the Edinburgh Review No. 495 pp17-34, 1926.


Andrews, C.F., ‘The vulgarity of colour prejudice’ in Hindustan Review. v49, pp289-294, 1926.

REEL 19


22m

71724

Rice, P.S.P., The Challenge of Asia. 1925. 256pp.


11m12

79527

‘The Empire and the non-white peoples’ in Zimmern’s Third British Empire, 66-92pp, 1926.


11m61

R11029

Lugard, Sir F; Ginsberg, M; and Wyndham, Hon. H.A., The problem of colour in relation to the idea of equality. Supplement to Vol 1, No 2 of the Journal of Philosophical Studies. 32pp, London, 1926.


4m6

131169

Smith, Rev. E.W., The golden stool: some aspects of the conflict of culture in modern Africa. 1926. xvi, 328pp.


11e

P9121

STORE

Bruhl, L. Lévy -, How natives think (or Les functions mentales dans les sociétés inférieures). 1926, 392pp

REEL 20


11e

P16301

Hambly, W.D., Origins of education among primitive peoples: a comparative study in racial development. 1926, xx, 432pp.


11m6

P16167

Soliman, A.E. The Past, Present, and the Future of The Negro. Los Angeles, 1926, 326pp.


2m

P35667

Hall, J.W. [pseudonym: Upton Close] The Revolt of Asia: the end of the white man’s world dominance. 1927, xv, 325pp.

REEL 21


9200.c.7867 Reading Room:

Henson, H.H., The ethics of Empire: being the ninth Earl Grey Memorial Lecture. Oxford, 1927, 19pp.


4e

P46407

Delafosse, M., Les nègres. Paris, 1927. 80pp.


4m

P16701

Olivier, Lord S., The Anatomy of African misery. 1927. 234pp.


Lugard, F. D., Lord, ‘The Responsibilities of rule in Africa’ in United Empire, v 18. pp161-163, 1927.


9e

P17133

Rivers, G. H. L-F., Pitt - , The clash of culture and the contact of races: an anthropological and psychological study of the laws of racial adaptability, with special reference to the depopulation of the Pacific and the Government of subject races. 1927. xiv. 312pp.


Rivers, G. Pitt -, ‘The effect on native races of contact with European civilisation’ in Man, Vol. XXVII,
pp2-10, 1927.


11m61

174021

Garvey, M.M., The Case of the Negro for international racial adjustment, before the English people: speech delivered…at Royal Albert Hall…on June 6, 1928. Universal Negro Improvement Association, 1928, 30pp.


11m6

P19581

Thompson, W.S., Danger spots in world population, Knopf 1929. xi, 343pp, + x.

REEL 22


11e

86265

Driberg, J.H., The savage as he really is. Routledge, 1929. 78pp.


Beresford, G., ‘‘Colour’ in the British West Indies’ in the Empire Review, v49, pp107-111, 1929.


4/P23197

STORE

Walker, F.D., Africa and her peoples. 1929, 144pp.


D701093

88/368

Wildeman, E. de, ‘L’extension intensive et rationelle des cultures indigènes dans les colonies tropicales’ in Compte rendu de l'Institut Colonial International, June 1929. pp cxli-clxxxii, Bruxelles, 1929.


11m61

P54195

Curle, J.H., Today and to-morrow: the testing period of the white races. Methuen, 1930, 218pp.


Levo, Rev. J.E., ‘The Colour problem in the West Indies’ in Church Overseas, v3, pp13-20, 1930.


4m

P21169

Buxton, C.R., The race problem in Africa: the Merttens lecture, 1931. 1931, 60pp.


11m61GRE

175706

STORE

Gregory, J.W., Race as a political factor. (Conway Memorial Lecture). 1931, 72pp.


22m

P234385

Hauswirth, F., A marriage to India. 1931, 287pp.


L13

P21057

Colonial Office papers re: the health and progress of native population in certain parts of the Empire (Colonial Office. No: 65). 1931, 191pp.

REEL 23


4e

93584

Negro types: a volume of 64 pictures. Routledge, 1931. xv pp + 65 plates.


11e

RP 35198

Driberg, J.H., At home with the savage. Routledge, 1932. x, 267pp.


11m7

P27827

Maunier, R., Sociologie coloniale. 2 vols, Paris, 1932-1936.


Vol I: Introduction a l’étude du contact des races. 217pp.
Vol II: Psychologie des expansions. 442pp.


Robertson, W., ‘Gone native’ in Fortnightly Review, v134, 695-699pp, 1933.


D701093

Solus, H., ‘La Loi applicable aux rapports juridiques de droit privé établis entre indigènes et non-indigènes’ in Compte rendu de l'Institut Colonial International, Annex I, pp i-xl, 1933.

REEL 24


4m8

P22253

Thurnwald, R., ‘Economics in primitive communities’ in Intern. Inst. Afr. Languages and Cultures, Oxford University Press, 1933. xiv, 314pp.


11m6

P24638

Stoddard, L., Clashing tides of colour. 1935, 414pp.


4e

130311

Benson, T.G., The moral and educative effects of initiatory rites (with appendices on Australian and South African initiatory customs and their influence). Johannesburg 1935, South African Institute of Race Relations, 9pp.


11m6

106649

Labriola, A., Le crepuscule de la civilisation: l’Occident et les peuples de couleur. Paris, 1936, 382pp.

REEL 25


11m6

P38475

Dover, C., Half-caste; with a preface on prejudices by Lancelot Hogben. 1937. 324pp.


11m6

P28287

Wyndham, H.A., The Atlantic and emancipation: a report of the study group series of the Royal Institute of International Affairs (Problems of Imperial Trusteeship). Oxford University Press, 1937. xvi, 300pp.

5m

P30588

Stockil, J.H., Africa’s challenge, Durban 1938. 106pp.


L8

Recommendations of policy in native affairs in the Northern Territory of Australia; by Dr Donald Thomson, Melbourne, December 1937. Australian Official Paper. Canberra, 1938. 18pp


8e

113257

Aborigines in Queensland: What is their destiny? Queensland Official Paper, 1938. 16pp.


4m

2

Gore, W.G.A. Ormsby-, Fourth Lord Harlech, Lord Hailey’s African Survey; surveyed for the Royal African Society by the Rt. Hon. Lord Harlech and others…edited for the Society by F.H. Mellard. Macmillan 1939. viii, 70pp.


Podach, E. F., ‘A question of colour’ in Fortnightly Review, v146, pp129-141, 1939.


468m61

P31177

Leys, N.M., The colour bar in East Africa. 1941, 160pp.


11m6

121205

Siggins, A.J., The coming clash of colour and a buffer. 1941, 4pp.

 



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