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Knight, Alfred E. - correspondence

Correspondence from Alfred E. Knight (Spink & Son Ltd., Art Gallery and Museum of Antiquities) relating to the sale of the MacGregor collection of Egyptian antiquities including terms of agreement with Newberry for his part in the sale.

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MSS 27/116 is also numbered A.378

Kuentz, Charles - correspondence

Letter from Charles Kuentz thanking Newberry for an article for publication and with reference to the impact of the first world war on relations between France and the UK [in French].

Lamb, (Sir) Walter Rougeby - correspondence

Correspondence from Sir Walter Rougeby Lamb (Secretary, Royal Academy of Arts, London) relating to an 'International Exhibition of the Art of Greater India' scheduled to be held in 1940 but cancelled due to the outbreak of war.

Langdon, Stephen Herbert - correspondence

Correspondence from Stephen Herbert Langdon (1876-1937) including relating to ladanum, making arrangements to visit and a lecture by Newberry at the University of Oxford.

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MSS 28/26 is also numbered 312
MSS 28/27 is also numbered 312a
MSS 28/28 is also numbered 382

Loret, Victor - correspondence

Correspondence from Victor Loret (1859-1946) including relating to excavation work at Drah Abou'l Neggah (1898) and research on the olive and moringa (1923).

Includes letter granting permission to the Marquis of Northampton assisted by Newberry and Wilhelm Spiegelberg to excavate at Drah Abou'l Neggah including sketch map of the permitted area, 2 November 1898, and draft letter to Loret relating to the contract and the geographical limits of the excavation.

Also includes telegram from Howard Carter to Newberry stating work had been stopped by the inspector, December 1898.

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MSS 29/31 is also numbered 10
MSS 29/32 is also numbered 14
MSS 29/34 is also numbered 12
MSS 29/35 is also numbered A.183
There is also a telegram without a reference which is numbered 11

Lythgoe, Albert Morton - correspondence

Correspondence from Albert Morton Lythgoe including:

-Telegram apologising for misunderstanding relating to work on a site from Lythgoe and Mace (1910) [concession for Palace of Amenhotep III]

-Letter relating to shipping and mounting the Amherst papyri (1922)

-Copy of letter to Mary Jonas (Secretary, Egypt Exploration Society) on a relief sculpture from El Amarna sent to the Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York, and letter of thanks to Henri Frankfort for information on its provenance (1927)

Martindell, Kate M. - correspondence

Letter from Kate M. Martindell (Secretary, The Royal Anthropological Institute) asking Newberry whether he would be willing to serve as Vice-President of The Royal Anthropological Institute.

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This letter is also numbered A.78

McIntosh, Hugh - correspondence

Correspondence from Hugh McIntosh including relating to slabs or stones at the Museum of Egyptian Antiquities, Sydney University.

Note:
MSS 30/29 is also numbered A.380

Meux, (Lady) Valerie Susie - correspondence

Letter from Lady Valerie Susie Meux relating to a request by Newberry to see some scarabs.

Letter includes notes on the back by Newberry including a list which is possibly a contents list for a book.

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This letter is also numbered 35

Moldenke, Harold N. - correspondence

Correspondence from Harold N. Moldenke (The New York Botanical Garden) including relating to: travel in Europe; in response to an enquiry from Newberry on the identification of a fragrant gentian from the Colorado mountains; thanking Newberry for his paper on olives.

Moore, Benjamin - correspondence

Correspondence from Benjamin Moore relating to the Liverpool University Press and his research on light.

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MSS 31/19 is also numbered A.291
MSS 31/20 is also numbered A.290

Moss, Rosalind Louisa Beaufort - correspondence

Correspondence from Rosalind Louisa Beaufort Moss relating to her work at the Griffith Institute and research for the Topographical Bibliography. Includes research on Princess Ahmose Hentempet, early travellers in Egypt, Queen Khnemtnefert-hezet, as well as seeking information on Egyptian antiquities, and collections of antiquities and manuscripts.

Also includes letter relating to Charles Wilkinsons' work in Iran (1941) and cataloguing the papers of William John Bankes which were donated to the Griffith Institute.

Also includes draft replies from Newberry including relating to a sketchbook belonging to Sir Charles Barry, the papers of Bankes, and photographs from the tomb of Tutankhamun.

Also includes letter of thanks to Newberry's wife Essie.

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MSS 31/29 is also numbered 52
MSS 31/31 is also numbered 228

Mountford, James Frederick - correspondence

Letter from James Frederick Mountford (Vice-Chancellor, Liverpool University) on candidates for the Brunner Chair Egyptology, and draft reply from Newberry on the merits of Herbert Walter Fairman, Raymond Oliver Faulkner, Miles Frederick Laming Macadam and Walter Emery.

Murray, G.W. - correspondence

Letter from G.W. Murray asking Newberry to identify a tree found in a Ptolemaic temple in the Libyan Desert.

This letter includes calculations on the back by Newberry.

Myres, (Sir) John Linton - correspondence

Correspondence from Sir John Linton Myres including relating to: publication and preparation of articles for the Annals of Archaeology; Gunn papers and expedition finds 1909; support for T. Eric Peet and his candiature for positions; possibility of Lord Carnavon giving a lecture; the British Association for the Advancement of Science; scarabs including publication of scarabs found in Cyprus by Newberry; olives including comments on a paper by Newberry; copyright of the Carter material held at the Griffith Institute; publication of the diaries of Joseph Bonomi by Mrs de Cosson; Egyptian and Libyan horses (1938).

Also includes letters from Newberry to Myres including relating to: Egyptian and Libyan horses (1938); arranging to meet Myres and reference to war work (1943); Newberry's health with notes on forms of bow (1945); details on the donation of Carter material by Miss Walker including copy of two letters from E.T.Leeds (Keeper, Ashmolean Museum) to Miss Walker in 1939 (1945); Joseph Bonomi and Mrs de Cosson's plans to publish his diaries, and the Minoan-Mycenaean Goddess of the Bow (1947).

Note:
MSS 32/41 is also numbered 37 and A.95
MSS 32/43 is also numbered A.94
MSS 32/48 is also numbered A.341
MSS 32/52 is also numbered 252
MSS 32/54 is also numbered 387
MSS 32/55 is also numbered 383
MSS 32/56 is also numbered 296
MSS 32/57 is also numbered 333
MSS 32/58 is also numbered A.327
MSS 32/60 is also numbered A.326

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