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    • Letter from Prof. Z. K. Matthews to Prof. M. Herskovits.

    • Fort Hare; Xhosa College; English-speaking members of staff; Minister of Bantu Education; A. N. C.; Pension rights; Alternative employment; Harold Isaacs; Centre for International Studies at M.I.T.; Rockfeller Research Intitute; Tribal Colleges
    • Prof. Matthews writes to Prof. Herskovits informing him of the changing in the laws of South Africa and the take-over of the University College of Fort hare to establish a tribal college. Dated 27 October 1959.
    • Fort Hare is quiet after angry day.

    • Anti-government demonstrations; Fort Hare University College; Prof. J. J. Ross; Prof. Raymond Burrows; Government take-over of Fort Hare
    • Newspaper article published in the Natal Mercury about the aftermath of anti-government demonstrations by students during a visit to the college by the newly appointed rector of Fort Hare. Dated 24 October 1959.
    • A light goes out.

    • Fort Hare University College; Nationalism; South Africanism; African National Congress; Prof. Z. K. Matthews; Dr. Alexander Kerr; Academic freedom
    • Newspaper article published in the Natal Daily News about the effects of the government take-over of Fort Hare University College and Nationalism's intolerance of racial harmony and academic freedom. Dated 29 October 1959.
    • Candid commentary...by politicus.

    • University College of Fort Hare; Nationalist government; Nationalism; Prof. Z. K. Matthews; Political indoctrination
    • Newspaper article published in The Leader about the Nationalist government's take-over of the University College of Fort Hare and the treatment of Prof. Z. K. Matthews. Dated 6 November 1959.
    • Prof. Matthews says he will quit Fort Hare.

    • Prof. Z. K. Matthews; Fort Hare University College; Resignation; Department of Bantu Affairs; Fort Hare dismissals; African National Congress
    • Newspaper article published in the Daily News about Prof. Z. K. Matthews' decision to resign from Fort Hare University College after its take-over by the Department of Bantu Affairs. Dated 28 October 1959.
    • Naught for the new Hort Hare's comfort in three fresh shocks.

    • University College of Fort Hare Transfer Act; Nationalist government; Government-appointed new council; Minister of Bantu Education; New governing regulations; Protests; Apartheid policy
    • Letter to the editor of The Argus by B. R. Bamford in which he outlines three detrimental effects of the government take-over of Fort Hare under the University College of Fort Hare Transfer Act. Dated October 1959[?]
    • Moving scenes at final Fort Hare assembly.

    • Fort Hare University College; Prof. Raymond Burrows; Rhodes Univetsity; Dr. T. Alty; Dr. Alexander Kerr
    • Newspaper article published in The Natal Daily News about the final assembly of students and staff at Fort Hare University College before its take-over by the Department of Bantu Affairs. Dated 29 October 1959.
    • University College of Fort Hare : final ceremony of 1959.

    • University College of Fort Hare; Fort Hare Transfer Bill, 1959; Final ceremony; Dr. T. Alty; Dr. A. Kerr; Prof. H. R. Burrows; Rhodes University; Protest against University Bills, 1959; Zacharia Keodirelang Matthews
    • Published booklet accompanying the final ceremony of the University College of Fort Hare prior to the take-over by the Union Government. Dated 28 October 1959.

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