The Marcus Garvey and Universal Negro Improvement Association Papers


W. Hopkins, South African Postmaster General, to Sir Thomas Watt,[1] South African Secretary of the Interior

With reference to your Minute No. 1/168/74 of the 23rd ultimo I beg leave to inform you that no copies of the publication "Negro World" have been observed in the mails reaching this country. Should any copies be received in the mails from oversea[s,] they will be detained and submitted to you for perusal.
W. Hopkins Postmaster-General
SAGA, 168/74B, vol. 2. TLS, recipient's copy.
    
[1] Sir Thomas Watt (1857–1947) was a delegate at the South African National Convention and was one of the delegates sent to London in connection with the Act of Union in 1910. He became a member of the Cabinet in 1912, holding the posts of minister of the interior, public health, and telegraphs and public works (ESA).