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London, 16/12/1930

Letter from Thomas Little Heath to T. E. Peet. London, 16/12/1930 (no envelope). Moscow Mathematical Papyrus; Struve’s edition.

London, 11/12/1930

Letter from Thomas Little Heath to T. E. Peet. London, 11/12/1930 (no envelope). Moscow Mathematical Papyrus; Struve’s edition; Heath’s Manual of Greek Mathematics.

Deir Mowas, 01/12/1921

Letter from P. L. O. Guy to T. E. Peet. Deir Mowas, 01/12/1921 (no envelope). Comments about Dinah (doll); excavation of “village site”, mention of the team.

No location stated, 14/12/1924

Letter from T. E. Peet to Patricia M. Peet. No location stated, 14/12/1924 (envelope: no date). “Lieber Mädchen”. Letter in French and German encouraging Patricia to keep studying these languages.

Turin, 02/10/1923

Letter from T. E. Peet to Patricia M. Peet. Turin, 02/10/1923 (no envelope). “Ma très chère fille”. Describes Rome and some of its monuments.

Turin, 15/09/1923

Letter from T. E. Peet to Patricia M. Peet. Turin, 15/09/1923 (envelope: 17/10/1923). “Greately beloved”. Remarks on Roman history (mainly Carthage and Hannibal).

No location stated, 02/10/1918(?)

Letter from T. E. Peet to Patricia M. Peet. No location stated, [02/10/1918(?)] (included in same envelope as 4.3.9). “Dear Mamie”. Reference to S.P. (Patricia) and to the adventures of Too and Tee.

No location stated, 02/10/1918

Letter from T. E. Peet to Patricia M. Peet. No location stated, 02/10/1918 (envelope: 06/10/1918). “My dear Patricia” (+ “will small g’ma please read”). Continuation of the story of Arver and the Huns.

Rome, no date

Letter from T. E. Peet to Lawrence W. Grensted. Rome, no date (no envelope). Comments on Peet’s book on Neolithic Italy & draft of the list of contents.

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