Correspondence from Ludwig Borchardt (1863-1938) dating of the great sphinx of Giza and king statues from Thebes in the Berlin Museum including sketches (1897); painting of the head of a princess orignially in the house of Captain Timmins (1914); inscription of Ay at Akhmim (1927) [in German].
Correspondence from Aylward Manley Blackman on topics including asking Newberry's advice in relation to employment; invitation to lecture; translations and other research interests; visits to Oxford.
Note: MSS 5/14 is also numbered 7 MSS 5/15 is also numbered 8 MSS 5/15a is also numbered A.91 MSS 5/16 is also numbered 26 MSS 5/17 is also numbered 341 MSS 5/19 is also numbered A 297 MSS 5/22 is also numbered A.38 MSS 5/24 is also numbered 16 MSS 5/26 is also numbered 45
Letter from Marcus W. Blackden offering to work with Newberry at Beni Hasan; Correspondence to Blackden from Newberry making arrangements; Letter from George Willoughby Fraser (also signed by Blackden) to [A.H.] Grueber requesting the transfer of the listed property from Minia to Beni Hasan.
Note: MSS 5/8 is also numbered 115 MSS 5/9 is also numbered 138 MSS 5/10 is also numbered 118 MSS 5/11 is also numbered 139 MSS 5/12 is also numbered 137 b MSS 5/13 is also numbered A 87
Correspondence from Lady Mary Rothes Margaret Amherst (eldest daughter of Lord Amherst of Hackney; marriage 1885, Lord William Cecil; in 1909 succeeded as Baroness Amherst of Hackney) on topics including relating to the purchase of items in Egypt; the sale of the families book collection to Liverpool; the identification of museum papyri.