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Paterson, Emily - correspondence

Correspondence from Emily Paterson (Secretary, Egypt Exploration Fund) relating to Newberry's work for the Egypt Exploration Fund including payment of his salary. Includes correspondence relating to the work of Naville at Deir el Bahari, publication of Beni Hasan, work at Tell el Amarna and communication with Jean-Jacques de Morgan, work by Howard Carter.

Also includes copies of letters from Newberry to Paterson reporting on his work. Includes letters relating to work at Sheikh Said and Gebel el Gebrawi, work by his brother John Newberry and Howard Carter.

Note:
MSS 34/69 is also numbered 28
MSS 34/70 is also numbered 26a
MSS 34/71 is also numbered 2
MSS 34/72 is also numbered 3
MSS 34/73 is also numbered 26

Radziwill, Louise (Princess Bl

Correspondence from Louise Radziwill (Princess Blücher) including relating to Newberry's marriage, inviting Newberry to stay, publications by Newberry and refering to international politics.

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MSS 38/34 is also numbered A.29b
MSS 38/35 is also numbered A.299
MSS 38/36 is also numbered A.29a
MSS 38/38 is also numbered 10
one letter does not have a Dawson reference but is numbered A.29

Rankin, John - correspondence

Correspondence from John Rankin including relating to the Archaeological Institute at the University of Liverpool, reference to the First World War and invitations to Newberry.

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MSS 38/43 is also numbered A.93
MSS 38/44 is also numbered A.336
MSS 38/48 is also numbered A.242
MSS 38/49 is also numbered A.239
MSS 38/53 is also numbered 261
MSS 38/54 is also numbered 248
MSS 38/55 is also numbered 232
MSS 38/56 is also numbered A.311
MSS 38/57 is also numbered A.309
MSS 38/58 is also numbered A.310
MSS 38/59 is also numbered A.312

Schäfer, H. - correspondence

Correspondence from H. Schäfer (Königliches Museum, Berlin) relating to the delivery of some imprints (1901); and apologising for not being available when Newberry visited the museum (1928) [in German].

Note:
MSS 39/41 is also numbered 20

Schweinfurth, Georg - correspondence

Correspondence from Georg Schweinfurth including relating to tombs near Drah abu'l Negga including sketch map and drawing (1902); Quartz, Emery and its possible mining in Assuan (1914); plant remains in the tomb of Tutankhamun and a publication by Keimer on the flora of ancient Egypt (1923).

Smith, Cecil Harcourt - correspondence

Correspondence from Cecil Harcourt Smith (VictoriaAlbert Museum) relating to a lecture by Newberry on the tombs of the Kings.

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MSS 40/52 is also numbered A.313
MSS 40/53 is also numbered A.314
MSS 40/55 is also numbered A.315

Stearn, William Thomas - correspondence

Correspondence from William Thomas Stearn (Royal Horticulture Society) relating to botany and gardening including identification of plants, Moringa and his research on the genus Allium (onions). Also includes draft reply from Newberry on the pomegranate.

Winlock, Herbert Eustis - correspondence

Correspondence from Herbert Eustis Winlock relating to: purchase of the Amherst papyri and excavation work in Luxor (1913); publication of a 12th dynasty tomb at Lisht, news from Egypt including on Arthur Weigall and the Service des Antiquités (1913); mounting the amherst papyri and purchase of the Hood collection (1919); referring to Ernest Wallis Budge, purchase of the Morgan papyri and planned excavation work (1920); research relating to Khety (1924); origin of a bead bought by Newberry including post script from S. C. Bosch Reitz (1929); Tomb of Meryet-Amun and identification of flowers (1930); disagreement with Budge (1930); history of the fleur-de-lys with enclosed letters to Mr Ivins, and from WM I. Jr. and Barbara Lyndon and notes (1935); research on the Egyptian calendar (1935); three bowls found in the outer courtyard of the tomb of Rekhmara, with notes by Newberry (1935); travel to England and visting Newberry and Alan Gardiner (1934); retirement from the Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York (1939); mummy of Wah (1939); employment of Herman Ranke and Georg Steindorff in America and research on 12th dynasty priest graffiti (1940); war and the death of Harry Burton (1940); health, politics and war (1940-2).

Also includes draft letter from Newberry on three bowls found in the outer courtyard of the tomb of Rekhmara (1935) with extract of a letter from Newberry to Theodore Davis on clearing the tomb of Rekhmara (1900).

Note:
MSS 46/5 is also numbered 377
MSS 46/10 is also numbered 231b
MSS 46/11 is also numbered 231a
MSS 46/12 is also numbered 231c
MSS 46/13 is also numbered 231
MSS 46/14 is also numbered 290
MSS 46/17 is also numbered 221
MSS 46/18 is also numbered 304
MSS 46/20 is also numbered 5
MSS 46/21 is also numbered 10
MSS 46/48 is also numbered 22
MSS 46/50 is also numbered 22a
MSS 46/52 is also numbered 254

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