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Headlam, A. K. - correspondence

Correspondence from A. K. Headlam including letter describing a journey in Egypt and the sights including paintings and inscriptions. This letter has been dated 1892 during previous archival processing.

Hodson, Cass - correspondence

Letter from Cass Hodson (Secretary, The Eugenics Education Society) inviting Newberry to give a paper on racial aspects of Egyptian civilisation.

There is also a note by Newberry which states he answered 'no'.

Hogarth, David George - correspondence

Correspondence from David George Hogarth (1862-1927) (Ashmolean Museum) including relating to the arrival of a coffin and writing formal acknowledgement to Whitaker; recommendations for digging at Sakha; requesting Newberry to bid on items at auction; and photograph of the Scorpion Macehead.

Also includes draft reply from Newberry including list of amounts offered by people towards purchase of a prehistoric figure at auction.

Note:
MSS 24/37 is also numbered A23a
MSS 24/39 is also numbered A.23b
MSS 24/40 is also numbered A.23

Holden, Thomas - correspondence

Correspondence from Thomas Holden relating to flora and gardening including enquiry from Lord Rennell relating to the discovery of old seeds.

Note:
MSS 24/45 is also numbered A.167
MSS 24/46 is also numbered A.167b

There are two letters without reference numbers, one of which is numbered A.167a

Holmes, Edward Morrell - correspondence

Correspondence from Edward Morrell Holmes (1843-1930) including relating to oil, seeds,

Egyptian gardens, gardening, depiction of plants in Punt, labdanum and perfumery.

Also includes letter to the secretary of the Pharmaceutical Society requesting books from the library for Newberry.

Note:
MSS 24/48 is also numbered A.301
MSS 24/49 is also numbered 23

Ingram, Bruce Stirling - correspondence

Correspondence from Bruce Stirling Ingram (Editor, The Illustrated London News) relating to photographs and illustrations for publication and lectures by Newberry. Also includes reference to the excavation of the tomb of Tutankhamun and Howard Carter's negotiations with the Egyptian authorities.

Iversen, Erik - correspondence

Correspondence from Erik Iversen and draft replies from Newberry relating to research, publications and arranging to meet. Includes draft reply from Newberry on a monument at Copenhagen of the Vizier Washptah (5129) and the double axe cult. Also includes draft letter relating to the establishment of an international association of Egyptologists.

Jonas, Mary C. - correspondence

Correspondence from Mary C. Jonas (Secretary, Egypt Exploration Society) relating to the work of the Egypt Exploration Society (EES).

Includes correspondence relating to: donations to the EES and fundraising including donations from Mrs Hubbard and distribution of the money; work at El Amarna including copy of a letter from Francis Giesler Newton to Henry Reginald Holland Hall on work at El Amarna and Francis Llewellyn Griffith's illness (Dec 1923), and correspondence following the death of Newton and relating to continuation of his work by Thomas Whittlemore; management on the EES including reports of meetings, discussion of committee members and appointment of officers; Jonas' resignation as Secretary.

Also includes letter to Warren Dawson from T. Eric Peet relating to work for the EES and copy of an agreement for work with Peet, 12 Nov 1915.

Note:
MSS 26/80 is also numbered A.182

Jones, Harold - correspondence

Correspondence from Harold Jones including relating to his health and work in Egypt for John Garstang and Theodore Davis. Also includes reference to Howard Carter and correspondence relating to nome signs.

Note:
MSS 27/2 is also numbered A.251
MSS 27/3 is also numbered A.277
MSS 27/4 is also numbered A.372
MSS 27/5 is also numbered A.92
MSS 27/7 is also numbered A.42
MSS 27/10 is also numbered A.40
MSS 27/13 is also numbered A.84
MSS 27/14 is also numbered A.43
MSS 27/17 is also numbered A.349

Jones, W.G. - correspondence

Correspondence from W.G. Jones (Dean, Faculty of Arts, University of Liverpool) including on Newberry's resignation from the Brunner Chair of Egyptology.

Kelly, R. Talbot - correspondence

Correspondence from R. Talbot Kelly (1861-1934) including relating to travel in Egypt and a framed picture being sent to Newberry.

Note:
MSS 27/66 is also numbered 350
MSS 27/67 is also numbered 99

Kendrick, Albert Frank - correspondence

Correspondence from Albert Frank Kendrick (Department of Textiles, Victoria & Albert Museum, London) relating to the Victoria & Albert Museum including items in the collection, exhibitions, purchase and sale of items, items belonging to Newberry including a Persian brocade, research enquiries from Newberry including on gloves, reference to textiles from the tomb of Tutankhamun, and the effects of the second world war. Also includes requests for information including about the pomegranate in Egyptian art and draft replies from Newberry, as well as a plain linen shirt from an unknown site in Egypt with enclosed sketch.

Note:
MSS 27/68 is also numbered 317
MSS 27/74 is also numbered A.19

Lawrence, (Lady) Iris - correspondence

Correspondence from Lady Iris Lawrence including relating to Newberry's photograph of climbing goats, Newberry putting his name down for the Red Cross Interpretation List for Arabic and a draft reply from Newberry on gardening, plant cuttings an article by Thomas Henry Huxley on Gentians and referring to meeting him in 1887.

Lee, Thorold D. - correspondence

Correspondence from Thorold D. Lee (Arthur H. Lee & Sons Ltd., Tapestry Works) including relating to photographs for a paper by Lee on tapestries, and examination of a girdle.

Leeds, Edward Thurlow - correspondence

Correspondence from Edward Thurlow Leeds (Ashmolean Museum, Oxford) including corrections to Newberry's list of nome signs (1916), relating to relocating material during the war including two predynastic bowls belonging to Newberry, Newberry sending his filing cabinets to the Griffith Institute (1939), damage during World War Two, donation of items by Newberry including Egyptian textiles (including draft reply from Newberry), museum acquisitions and copyright ownership of the Howard Carter material.

Also includes: copy of a letter from Newberry to Leeds on copyright ownership of the Howard Carter material; draft letter from Newberry on work during World War Two and gifting books to the Griffith Institute; draft letter from Newberry on donating Persian tiles to the Ashmolean Museum.

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