Ref NoCSA/1/1
Extent106 notebooks
Creator NameSanger; Clyde (1928-); journalist
DescriptionWritten mostly in Pitman shorthand with some longhand, containing Clyde Sanger's notes during his time as Africa correspondent for the Guardian (1960-1965). They largely relate to countries in Eastern and Southern Africa and contain Clyde's notes from interviews and conferences, as well as observations and research for his articles and books. Subjects covered include politics, the economy, land reforms, rebellions and meetings of nationalist leaders at a time when many former colonies gained independence.

Notebooks containing shorthand notes were digitised in 2020 and are currently being transcribed and catalogued as part of as part of the Clyde Sanger shorthand transcription project.
System Of ArrangementArranged chronologically with a sub-sub series for longhand notebooks.
Access StatusOpen(part)
Access ConditionsUncatalogued notebooks are currently closed until their contents can be ascertained. Some are also access restricted in line with data protection. See item level descriptions for further information.

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