Correspondence from Alfred Lucas including relating to: arranging to visit Newberry; cleaning an inscribed bowl; response to criticisms by Newberry of a book by Lucas; wish to see a wooden tongue from Tututankhamun's shrine; Walter Segal and his study of furniture from the tomb of Tutankhamun.
Note: MSS 29/50 is also numbered 217a MSS 29/51 is also numbered 217 MSS 29/52 is also numbered 13 MSS 29/55 is also numbered A.107
Correspondence from Reverend William MacGregor including advising Newberry to stick to the limits of his permit for Beni Hassan, 1891; and relating to purchasing Newberry's collection of seals and a court case MacGregor was involved in.
Note: MSS 30/22 is also numbered 109 MSS 30/24 is also numbered 14 MSS 30/25 is also numbered 271 MSS 30/26 is also numbered 361 MSS 30/27 is also numbered 250
Correspondence from Oliver Myers including relating to a wazir statue, publication of Temples of Armant: A Preliminary Survey, reference to his work as a censor during the second world war and requesting Newberry's opinion on seals and scarabs.
One letter does not have a Dawson reference number.
Correspondence from Walter Llewellyn Nash including relating to: photographs of a vase of Ptahmes and a heart amulet; photographing drawings by Newberry; requesting translation of an inscription on a gold ring found at Karnac; a proposal for a publication on 'Egyptian monuments as they existed in the 19th century'.
Note: MSS 33/3 is also numbered 26 MSS 33/4 is also numbered 37 or 38 MSS 33/5 is also numbered 42 MSS 33/7 is also numbered 389