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.
Correspondence from Lady Sybil Margaret Amherst (d. 1926) (2nd daughter of Lord 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.
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
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.
Correspondence from Iskander Assad, an Egyptian student, including arranging to meet Newberry in London and asking for help on his appointment to Keeper of the Ancient Egyptian Department of the Agricultural Museum, Cairo.
Correspondence from J. R. Bailey (Secretary of Burlington Fine Arts Club) relating to membership of the Burlington Fine Arts Club and arranging an Exhibition of the Arts of Ancient Egypt in the gallery of the Club.