Correspondence Charles Gabriel Seligman including relating to his and Newberry's research from research. Includes correspondence on: totemism and animal cults (1912); Faragab (1915); the Sed festival (1923 and 1933); iron (1924); wearing of the rahat and wedding ceremonies in Sudan (1927); milk customs (1927); E. E. Evans-Pritchard and his appointment as Assistant Professor of Sociology at the Egyptian University, Cairo (1931); Ritchie's analysis of Newberry's collection of ancient Egyptian glass; gardening and sending seeds; Newberry's paper on olives and his reference to a camel stick (1938).
Also includes two letters from Seligman's wife, Brenda, on the practise of incision and the health of 'Sligs' (1926).
MSS 39/66 is also numbered 39
MSS 39/67 is also numbered 249
MSS 39/70 is also numbered 247
MSS 39/73 is also numbered 207