Letter from T. E. Peet to Lawrence W. Grensted. Syracuse, 14/06/1908(?) (probably belongs with envelope: Rome, 23/06/08 <Peet mentions that he intends to reach Rome at the end of July and stay there until the end of September; this letter could then have been sent from Rome>). General impressions of Syracuse, Italy and Greece; references to literature (Shakespeare and Victor Hugo).
Publication of lecture: T. E. Peet, <i>The Present Position of Egyptological Studies. An Inaugural Lecture delivered before the University of Oxford on 17 January 1934</i> (Oxford: The Clarendon Press, 1934), 22 pages.
Public request/letter signed by Derby, R. M. Dawkins, J. P. Droop, Alan H. Gardiner, H. J. W. Hetherington, Robert Mond, Percy E. Newberry and B. H. Streeter asking for money contributions to establish the “Thomas Eric Peet Travelling Fellowship” at the Institute of Archaeology of Liverpool University as a memorial, in <i>The Times</i>, 18/12/1934.