1) Unfinished manuscript of 'The Life of Sinuhe: A Reader's Commentary on the Middle Kingdom Version(s)' (September 2020) (print out and relevant Word documents and PDFs). Updated version August 2022 (Word documents and PDFs). 2) Drawings of reconstructions of the Theban tomb-chapel of Nebamun, now in the British Museum in London, including sketches, tracings and a measured perspective acrylic (1997). 3) Correspondence: Letter from Esmé Little (née Peet; niece of T. E. Peet) to Richard B. Parkinson dated 30 January 1989.
Correspondence including: asking Newberry to write a description of a tomb; describing the condition of the tomb; reference to photographs of the tomb. Also includes letter to Carter relating to him painting a coffin and referring to correspondence with Maspero. Also includes invitation sent to Davis to a meeting to observe whether any phenomena takes place on the anniversary of Pharaoh Akhnaton's death in the Valley of the Queens, 26 January 1909.
Note: MSS 12/4 is also numbered 16 MSS 12/5 is also numbered A.279 MSS 12/6 is also numbered A 280 MSS 12/8 is also numbered 292
Two incomplete sets of Series T photographs of private tombs at Thebes, in addition some negatives of the same. Incomplete set of photographs of royal tombs in the Valley of the Kings. Photographs of the tomb of Nefertari (QV 66). Incomplete set of photographs of the Temple of Hatshepsut at Deir el-Bahari (Deir el-Bahri).
-Deir el-Bahari (Deir el-Bahri). -Temple of Hatshepsut. -Caption: 'Queen Hatasu. Nourished by Hathor as a cow. One of the very few unerased portraits of Hatasu, in the inner chamber of Deir el Bahari temple; cartouche erased.'
1 typewritten and handwritten page. Text of a Ramesside graffito from the temple of Hatshepsut ("scratched on door jamb of North Postern"), based on a copy by W. C. Hayes, transcribed by A. H. Gardiner and annotated by J. Černý and R. Moss.
Notebooks, loose notes, maps, plans, drawings, newspaper cuttings, watercolours, and a silver desk-set. The documentation was created during Carter's career between 1899-1939. This material excludes material connected with the tomb of Tutankhamun, see the Tutankhamun Archive.