Photostats: dated Morgan MSS: II p. 133 893 XXXIV p. 17 872 XIII p. 52 895 XXXVII p. 124 823 XIV p. 5 893 XXXIX p. 10 902 XV p. 11 855 XLI p. 177 848 XVI p. 78 906 XLIII p. 268 855 XX p. 13 893 XLVIII p. 79 890 XXI p. 126 893 L p. 23 861 XXIII p. 91 893 LI p. 8 844 XXVI p. 23 903 LIII p. 52 895 XXIX p. 52 842 LVI p. 43 ?997
Photographs of ostraca from Deir el Bahari (M.M.A. excavations circa 1929, photographed by Burton).
Note on envelope: Photographs taken by Burton of ostraca found in Naville's dumps at Deir el-Bahri by Winlock and (originals) received in Bath in June 1929 and then read and slipped, but not copied. (Sgned) W.E. Crum.
Photographs: Coptic Psalter. See W.H. Worrell, <i>The Coptic Psalter in the Freer Coolection</i> (New York, 1916) = W.H. Worrell, <i>The Coptic Manuscripts in the Freer Collection</i> (New York, 1913), 1-112.
Photographs: White Monastery fragments. Originally numbered 550, now 158. Cf. Introduction W. E. Crum, <i>Coptic Dictionary</i> (Oxford, 1939), and W. H. Worrell, <i>Coptic Texts in the University of Michigan Collection</i> (Ann Arbor, 1942).
Photostats: Fragments penes Peterson. Note on envelope: For history of Michigan papers see R. van der Brock, <i>The Myth of the Pheonix</i>, (1972), p.33 ff. Includes part of a letter from W.H. Worrell, 16 November 1931 and note by P.E. Kahle [confidential], 12 January 1955.
Photostats: Fayyumic text of Lamentations and Baruch. Published by Quatremère de Quincy, (Paris Copte 78). Photostats: Vatican Borgia 109, Isaiah, Chapter I.1-16, V.8-25. Published by W. F. Engelbreth.
Photographs of stelae and graffiti: Lyons: (a) various stelae from Musée Guimet Lyons: (b) stela published Re. XXIII Boston: stela 4347; stela 4348; stela 5055; stela 5054 Alexandria: stela 110. Published M. Cramer: Die Totenklage bei den Kopten (Wien, 1941), 14, Pl. 4 Stela from Henaton. Published Lefébure. Stela from Debêra (Sudan) Stela from Philae Graffiti from St. Simeon, Aswân. Published Rev. XXXVII 41. Graffiti from Dakhla Oasis Graffiti from Aswân
Copies of material by Charles Woide in the Clarendon Press Collection held at the Bodleian Library, Oxford. Includes notes and part of a letter from R.B. Fleming and two letters from E.O. Winstedt, July 1917.