- Mileham MSS
Mileham, Geoffrey Spurrell
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Mileham, Geoffrey Spurrell
Photographs of foreigners as represented on various Egyptian monuments.
158 colour slides (35mm) of Theban Tomb scenes, made in Thebes in 1953-4.
Catalogue of objects found in the Serapeum at Saqqara in 1850-2 and now in the Musée du Louvre. Copied by Mrs M. M. Emery.
Mariette, (<i>Pasha</i>) François Auguste Ferdinand
15 black and white photographs of well-known monuments. Photographs made for the project 'Sondermappe Bilder zur aegyptischen Kunst'.
Complete papers, including notes (DPhil), some photographs, small group of correspondence, etc.
Magee, Diana Norma Elizabeth
(1) Excavation journals for 1899-1901 (working with W. M. F. Petrie) and 1901-2 (working with G. A. Reisner).
(2) Personal correspondence exchanged between Mace and his wife Winifred during the Winter season 1922-1923, Winifred Mace and her mother during the Winter season 1923-1924, and other correspondence related to the excavation of the tomb of Tutankhamun.
(3) Two typewritten articles by Mace on work in Tutankhamun's tomb: "DESPATCH No. 5" (3 pages), and "THE CLOSING OF THE TOMB" (incomplete, first page only + newspaper cutting of The Times article); both submitted to The Times and subsequently published on 31/01/1923 and 28/03/1923.
(4) 39 photographs, most are original Burton images, some of which have been annotated by Howard Carter; they may have been used during the preparation of H. Carter and A. C. Mace, The Tomb of Tut.ankh.Amen i (1923).
(5) Newspaper cuttings, most from The Times, published between 1922 and 1925.
(y) Mace's account of the opening of the burial chamber of Tutankhamun - typewritten version (TAA iv.1). Diary for 1922-3 (TAA iv.2).
(z) Mace's account of the opening of the burial chamber of Tutankhamun - original handwritten version (TAA iv.3).
Mace, Arthur Cruttenden
Two incomplete sets of Series T photographs of private tombs at Thebes, in addition some negatives of the same. Incomplete set of photographs of royal tombs in the Valley of the Kings. Photographs of the tomb of Nefertari (QV 66). Incomplete set of photographs of the Temple of Hatshepsut at Deir el-Bahri.
Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York
Diary kept from 4 May 1922 to 20 October 1926 by the wife of the British archaeologist and photographer Harry Burton (1879-1940). The diary contains detailed daily entries recording social engagements and memorable events, including the excavation of the tomb of Tutankhamun by Howard Carter’s team, of which her husband was a member. The diary details her life and travels with her husband at home in Florence, their stays in Egypt (especially Luxor, but also Cairo), the trip they made across the US and to Hollywood in 1924, and various holidays in Europe (London, Salzburg, St. Moritz, etc.), as well as trips to friends in Italy. Lined account book, 400 pages, 8vo (179 x 110 x 28 mm).
Burton, Minnie Catherine
Notebook on 'Archaeology, Register of samples, and analyses. Tutankhamen and others.' (TAA i.2.11). Notebook on 'Examination of Materials: (a) Tutankhamen. (b) Various.' (TAA i.2.12).
Album of watercolours, drawings, and tracings of Egypt produced close to the end of Lloyd's life. It is a folio volume (33 x 44 cm, pages 32.7 x 43 cm), containing 135 watercolours and drawings (74 of which are full-page and 1 folding) and 10 tracings (8 folding). They are all mounted and most are captioned either on the image itself or on the mount. Captions on the mount seem to have been added when the album was put together after Lloyd's death. The album also contains a loose watercolour, a loose drawing and a loose lithographed portrait of George Lloyd by Prisse d'Avennes, who published it in his Oriental Album: Characters, Costumes and Modes of Life in the Valley of the Nile (1848). One of the drawings in the album is a pencil portrait of Lloyd sketched by Prince A. Soltykoff.
3 copies (1 typescript and two carbon-copies) made from the diary (1821-2), glass negatives, and modern prints (1818-26).
Linant de Bellefonds, (<i>Bey</i> and <i>Pasha</i>) Louis Maurice Adolphe
Paper squeezes of monuments made in Egypt in 1850-3.
Lieder, (Revd Johann) Rudolph Theophilus
Photocopy of diary by K. R. Lepsius, Oct. 30 to Dec. 7, 1844, discovered too late for use in L.<i>D</i>. <i>Text</i>.
Lepsius, Karl Richard
Notes and related correspondence concerning a prepared monograph on organic materials from the tomb of Tutankhamun. Two photographs showing F. F. Leek.
Leek, Frank Filce
Notebook, and lithographs of some monuments by Madeley.
Notes, negatives, transcripts, photographs and photostats of Coptic documents.
20 albumen prints of scenes from the Temple of Haroeris and Sobek Triads at Kom Ombo.
Kirwan, (Sir Archibald) Laurence Patrick
Approximately 50 black and white photographs and two colour negatives of objects in the Egyptian Museum in Cairo.
Kenett, Frederick Leslie
Card indexes, photographs, notebooks, notes, copies, correspondence, typescripts, and negatives.
Kahle, Paul Eric
313 black-and-white glass negatives made during the excavation of Antinoë (modern el-Sheikh Ibâda, opposite el-Ashmûnein, in Middle Egypt) in 1913-14 by John de Monins Johnson for the Graeco-Roman branch of the Egypt Exploration Society. The negatives are not accompanied by any supporting written records or descriptions of the photographed objects.
Johnson, John de Monins
Jelf, Charles Gordon
Transcribed hieratic documents, photographs, annotated photocopies, notes on Deir el-Medina, unpublished material, etc.
Janssen, Jacobus Johannes
Manuscript of his original text on the architecture of <i>The Five Graves at Sendschirli</i> (Zincirli). Non-Egyptological.
Material (mostly photographic) on the Luristan bronzes. It appears to relate to a planned joint publication with Frank Savery, paid by the Griffith Institute. The material was eventually published by Roger Moorey. Non-Egyptological.
Journals of Jenny Lane, lady's maid to Lucy Renshaw, travelling companion of Amelia A. B. Edwards, describing in detail their various trips including the 1873-1874 journey through France and Italy, crossing from Brindisi to Alexandria on the Simla, thence up the Nile to Dendara, Karnak, Luxor, Aswan, Philae and Abu Simbel, and the return journey via Port Said, through Lebanon to Damascus, Baalbek and Beirut, Constantinople, Athens, and the Rhine. They contain vivid descriptions of the landscape, weather and peoples, and anecdotes and observations of fellow travellers and places visited. They cover the period from 4 September 1873 to 6 March 1876. 286 pages in three volumes, calf, worn, 8vo:
9 mounted photographs made from drawings of el-Kâb, Philae, and Amada.
Microfilm roll with copies of the Burton MSS once in the British Museum and now in the British Library.
3 albums containing watercolours and sketches.
Hoskins, George Alexander
Negatives of Egyptian sites and monuments taken before 1914.
Horsfall, (Capt) Robert Elcum