Item Carter MSS vi.7.1 - Press cuttings

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Carter MSS vi.7.1


Press cuttings


  • 1929-1930 (Creation)

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5 newspaper cuttings and 1 note

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Press cuttings collected by Howard Carter, some mentioning Carter's archaeological work, including Tutankhamun, and Carter manuscript note from original housing.

  • Carter MSS vi.7.1.1
    • The Times Educational Supplement
    • 6 July 1929
    • Pages 307-8
    • 'Side Windows on history' (from a correspondent)
    • Mentions Carter
  • Carter MSS vi.7.1.2
    • Liverpool Post
    • 20 June 1929
    • 'A cosmetic 3,000 year old'
    • Cosmetic specimen from Tutankhamun's tomb (see following)
  • Carter MSS vi.7.1.3
    • Daily Chronicle
    • 20 June 1929
    • 'Cosmetic from Luxor Tomb. | Shown to women in London. | After 3,300 years.'
    • Cosmetic specimen from Tutankhamun's tomb, analysed by Mr A. Chaston Chapman and Dr H. J. Plenderleith (see preceding)
  • Carter MSS vi.7.1.4
    • Morning Post
    • 8 January 1929
    • 'The King's Epiphany gifts
    • Not obviously related to Egypt or Carter
  • Carter MSS vi.7.1.5
    • The Times (?)
    • Summer 1930
    • 'The Royal Academy | I.—Pictures and the public | A varied exhibition (By our Art Critic)'
    • Not obviously related to Egypt or Carter

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Property of the Griffith Institute. No restrictions.

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Copyright Griffith Institute, University of Oxford.

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  • Carter MSS vi.7.1-3: Affixed labels indicate these cuttings were ordered by Carter 'From The General Press Cutting Association Ltd. | Atlantic House | 45-50 Holborn Viaduct | E. C. 1'.

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