Three seated figures with four attendants: -pencil sketch on paper -loose, adjacent to p. 7; too small to be the item originally mounted there -8.5 x 6.2 cm -[on sketch] 'Ld Prudhoe Champollion Defterdar bay / and the artist drinking coffee' (pencil note) -[on mount] 'South of Nour' (pencil note) [does not refer to sketch] -[on mount] 'glazed' (pencil note) [does not refer to sketch]
Murder of the sacred Apis bull by Cambyses II, with study of the king's hand: -pencil sketches on paper -loose, adjacent to page 6 -39.5 x 24.8 cm -[on sketch] 'No 8' (ink note) -[on sketch] 'Egyptian priests in despair.' (ink note) -[on sketch] 'The Bull dying' (ink note) -[on sketch] 'Persian king & attendants' (ink note)
Album (43.5 x 33.5 cm) of approx. 134 studio (including Beato) and smaller, possibly amateur photographs, put together following Miss Lane's two trips to Egypt and the Near East between 1873 and 1876. Locations include a number of cities in Egypt, Beirut, Damascus, Athens and Rome.
Notebooks, notes, maps, drawings, newspaper cuttings, watercolours, and a silver inkwell. Made during Carter's career between 1899-1939. (This is material other than that directly connected with the tomb of Tutankhamun.)
Journal, photographs, typescript, and various notes connected with Stewart's work on the reconstruction of some of the furniture of Queen Hetepheres for the Harvard-Boston Expedition. Xerox of a typescript entitled 'Creative Work in Palestine. Technical and Crafts Education 1918-1946'.