Correspondence from Hon. Richard Bethell (1883-1929) relating to the purchase of items at auction including scarabs and rings; a quarrel Newberry had with Howard Carter over the sale of items; letter stating his intention to sell his entire Egyptian collection due to lack of money; letter about a prehistoric pot purchased by Bethell.
Note: MSS 4/101 is also numbered 7a MSS 4/103 is also numbered 7 MSS 4/104 is also numbered 15 MSS 4/106 is also numbered 287 MSS 4/110 is also numbered 233
Correspondence from Lady Florence Amherst (3rd daughter of Lord Amherst of Hackney) writing on behalf of her Mother, Margaret Susan Amherst, relating to the publication of an article by her Father and on his death.
Dates of letters: 10 September 1898 January 1909 26 August 1922
Correspondence from Lady Alicia Margaret Amherst (5th daughter of Lord Amherst of Hackney; married 1898, Sir Evelyn Gascoyne-Cecil) mostly relating to research for her book on the history of gardening. Correspondence 1907 relating to the need to raise money, the sale of books and asking Newberry to seek an interview with Carnegie on the families behalf.
Correspondence from Lady Margaret Susan Amherst (d. 1919) (wife of Lord Amherst of Hackney) relating to: Newberry's work at Tel el Armana and Beni Hassan; the purchase of items including requests that Newberry purchase certain items on their behalf; Howard Carter's appointment; fraud and sale of house and belongings (1906); Newberry's divorce trial.
Note: MSS 2/47a is also numbered 2/61 MSS 2/47b is also numbered 2/62 and 255
Correspondence from Lord William Amhurst Tyssen Amherst (First Baron Amherst of Hackney) (1835-1909) on topics including: travel in Egypt; purchase of items from Egypt; articles written by Newberry.
Note: MSS 2/71A is also numbered 96 MSS 2/73 is also numbered 43 MSS 2/74 is also numbered 49 MSS 2/75 is also numbered 20 MSS 2/76 is also numbered 41 MSS 2/77 is also numbered A.222 MSS 2/78 is also numbered A.223 MSS 2/79 is also numbered A.221 MSS 2/80 is also numbered A.228 MSS 2/84 is also numbered 33 MSS 2/85 is also numbered 35 MSS 2/86 is also numbered 34 MSS 2/87 is also numbered 37a MSS 2/93 is also numbered 46 MSS 2/75 is also numbered 20
Letter from John George Adami (Vice Chancellor, Liverpool University, 1919-1926) thanking Newberry for a gift and discussing an article by James Breasted and the development of religion in Ancient Egypt.
Correspondence from Arthur Leigh Bolland Ashton (Secretary of the International Congress of the History of Art) relating to an exhibition of textiles by Newberry; the purchase of Egyptian items; and Ashton filling a lectureship for a year.