McADAM, Anthony L P (fl 1964-1979)

Archive Collection

Scope and Content

Papers relating to Rhodesian politics collected by Anthony L McAdam, 1964-1972, including correspondence and papers relating to the multiracial University College Rhodesia, 1964-1971; correspondence and papers relating to African National Congress (ANC) meetings, particularly relating to the ANC Committee in London, 1971-1972; miscellaneous material on Rhodesia, 1970-1972, including correspondence on the right of entry to the United Kingdom for Rhodesian africans.

Administrative / Biographical History

Anthony McAdam was a Lecturer in the Department of Political Sciences, University College, Rhodesia in the 1960s and early 1970s. He later taught at Stirling University.

Arrangement

Papers arranged in 3 series: University College Rhodesia, ANC and Miscellaneous.

Conditions Governing Access

Open although advance notice should be given. Access to individual items may be restricted under the Data Protection Act or the Freedom of Information Act.

Acquisition Information

The papers were deposited at the ICS by Anthony McAdam on permanent loan in 1975.

Other Finding Aids

Catalogued to item level (see link to repository catalogue).

Archivist's Note

Compiled by Alan Kucia as part of the RSLP AIM25 Project.

Conditions Governing Use

A photocopying service is available, at the discretion of the Library Staff. Copies are supplied solely for research or private study. Requests to publish, or to quote from, original material should be submitted to the Information Resources Manager.

Related Material

Papers of Tim Matthews (ICS 54) also contain material on University College Rhodesia. ICS also holds a number of collections containing material on Rhodesian politics including African National Congress (ICS 1), Ignatius Chigwendere (ICS 12), Canon Leslie Gready (ICS 25), Joe Kennedy (ICS 42), Southern Rhodesia Legal Aid and Welfare Fund (ICS 107), D D E Mutasa (ICS 91), Miles Pedder (ICS 58), Rhodesia: UDI (ICS 83), Southern Rhodesia: Ministry of Justice and Southern Rhodesia: Ministry of Native Affairs.