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Weigall, Arthur Edward Pearse Broome - correspondence

Correspondence from Arthur Edward Pearse Broome Weigall (1880-1934) including relating to: a family connection to Ightham; his research and publications; advice on his career; family and relationships; study at Oxford; asking to go to Egypt with Newberry; work in Egypt including with Petrie; on Mrs Hilda Petrie, wife of Flinders Petrie

Also includes folder (former reference PEN/G.I./47) labelled '3 letters addressed to Newberry from Weigall - In the possession of Weigall's granddaughter Julia Hankey, Nov. 2014 - The 'A' numbers each has corresponds to Newberry's autobiographical records list of 'A' letters PEN/G.I./47'. Contains three letters to Percy Newberry from Arthur Weigall. One relating to Mrs Hilda Petrie, wife of Flinders Petrie and two others arranging to meet Newberry at a hotel in Egypt and with brief references to Weigall's work.

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MSS 45/22 is also numbered 54
MSS 45/24 is also numbered A.83

Waddell, William Gillan - correspondence

Correspondence from William Gillan Waddell including relating to his book on Manetho, research on Egyptian chronology, the translation of words including the Latin words baca and baculum, news from Egypt including via Mrs Ghorbal (1933).

Walker, John - correspondence

Correspondence from John Walker including relating to visiting Newberry and the publication of a book translated by Walker from Arabic on folk medicine among the modern Egyptian peasantry.

Wallis, Harold - correspondence

Correspondence from Harold Wallis relating to Newberry's purchase of articles from his collection on loan to the Victoria and Albert Museum, including receipt of payment signed by Alice and Violet Wallis (1933).

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MSS 44/85 is also numbered 26a.
Warren Dawson's list of correspondence includes MSS 44/84 however this letter is now missing.

Wainwright, Gerald Averay - correspondence

Correspondence from Gerald Averay Wainwright including relating to travel to Egypt; a stela in the Cairo Museum; the tomb of Teti-ki; 'finances of independent Egypt' and the Egyptian Railway (1925); Newberry's research on nome standards (1932); hieroglyphic sign of a seven petaled flower.

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MSS 44/44 is also numbered 208
MSS 44/45 is also numbered A.131

Walker, Phyllis - correspondence

Correspondence from Phyllis Walker (Niece and heir of Howard Carter) relating to the execution of Howard Carter's estate.

Includes correspondence relating to: publishing an unpublished manuscript started by Carter on his early career; transfer of files to Oxford including copy of a letter of receipt from the Ashmolean museum; copy of two letters from E.T. Leeds on donation of files; work during World War Two and moving (1942); news of Mrs Burton (1943); copyright infringement (1945); reference to Howard Carter's paintings including of birds, Deir el-Bahari and the Ramesseum; sale of furniture at Sotheby's; Executors Spink and Captain Ingram's handling of objects and objects arriving broken to the Metropolitan Museum, New York; Burton's help with the sale of objects; copy of letter from Etienne Drichton (Director General, Cairo Museum) relating to the donation of objects from the tomb of Tutankhamun to the Cairo Museum (1940).

Also includes: letter of thanks to Mrs Newberry (1939) and on the death of Harry Burton (1940); copy of letter from Alan Gardiner to Phyllis Walker on the donation of Howard Carter's records relating to the tomb of Tutankhamun to the Ashmolean and copyright ownership (1945); copy of letter from E.T. Leeds (Keeper, Ashmolean Museum) thanking Walker for the gift of Carter's records (1945).

Walker, James Herbert - correspondence

Correspondence from James Herbert Walker including comments on Rekhmara and a paper by Newberry for the Society of Biblical Archaeology. Also includes a letter referring to Newberry's plans for excavation with the Marquis of Northampton and finding his lost dog.

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MSS 44/54 is also numbered A.210
MSS 44/58 is also numbered A.269

Warburg, (Sir) Oscar Emanuel - correspondence

Correspondence from Sir Oscar Emanuel Warburg (1876-1937) relating to botanical research and Newberry visiting with a sketch map to help him find the house.

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MSS 44/89 is also numbered 34a
MSS 44/90 is also numbered 34
MSS 44/91 is also numbered A 130

Woodhouse, W. - correspondence

Letter from W. Woodhouse (Nicolson Museum, University of Sydney) relating to Sir Charles Nicholson's collection and a photograph taken for Newberry of a slab containing the cartounches of Akhenaton and his wife.

Wylde, Henry C - correspondence

Correspondence from Henry C. Wylde relating to the etymology of ship (1910), Newberry's search for a house (1913) and work on a glossary (n.d.).

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MSS 46/83 is also numbered 282

Williams, Caroline Ransom - correspondence

Correspondence from Caroline Ransom Williams including relating to the Medical Papyrus and James Breasted's publication of it; Newberry visiting the New York Historical Society's collections; comments on articles on the Abbott objects; her publication of a book on jewellery; visiting museum collections.

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MSS 45/66 is also numbered A 105

Woolley, (Sir) Charles Leonard - correspondence

Correspondence from Sir Charles Leonard Woolley including relating to: writing an article on Hittite graves (1913); introduction of vines to Egypt (1922) etymology and link between Asia and Egypt (1922); research, publications and visting Newberry.

Also includes letter forwarded by John Garstang, to him from Woolley, relating to writing an article on Hittite burial customs.

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MSS 46/63 is also numbered 364
MSS 46/64 is also numbered 365
MSS 46/65 is also numbered 363
MSS 46/66 is also numbered 352
MSS 46/78 is also numbered 215

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