The Bantu Welfare Trust .

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The Bantu welfare trust set up by Colonel James Donaldson in April 1936,The trust was founded in order to advance the status of the Bantu peoples,and to remove the disabilities and discrimminations now suffered by the aboriginal Bantu population of the Union of South Africa,and generally for the advancement of the collective and general beifit,improvement and betterment of the said aboriginal people of South Africa,Basutuland,Bechuanaland,and Swaziland.These two pamphlet cover the various lectures given at the opening of the Trust.

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Limp printed card covers,clean but somewhat faded,with edges a little ruffled.Sizes 8×5 pp 13& 20.no plates text only.Hinges strong Stapled bindings good to firm.both internally clean and bright,throughout.A v/g–fine clean item.

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