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  • PETRIE MUSEUM OF EGYPTIAN ARCHAEOLOGY

    ARCHIVE SUMMARY ISAD(G)

    prepared by Campbell Price for ACCES 2011

    1. Correspondence 2. Material related to publications 3. Material not obviously related to publications 4. Copies of Journals 5. Pocket diaries 6. Notebooks 7. Distribution Lists 8. Tomb cards 9. Bead corpus 10. Photographs and plate glass negatives 11. Drawings and paintings 12. Maps and Plans 13. Documents on sales and museum objects 14. Newspaper cuttings 15. Ephemera

  • Description of material

    This description is based on the General International Standard Archival Description ISAD(G)

    1. Identity statement

    Reference code n/a

    Location

    Title Correspondence

    Dates of creation of the material 1878-1942

    Extent 20 files and 4 boxes

    2. Context

    Name of creator W.M.F. Petrie (1853-1942), and many others.

    Administrative and biographical history See Who Was Who in Egyptology (3rd ed. 1995),

    Custodial history

    Immediate source of acquisition

    Related documentation

    3. Content and structure

    Scope and content Letters between W.M.F. Petrie and Hilda Petrie, Baldwin Brown (), committee members of the British School of Archaeology, British Museum, Royal College of Surgeons, Walter Emery (1902-1971), Reginald Stuart Poole (1832-1895), Heinrich Brugsch (1827-1894), William Gell (), A.J. Arkell (1898-1980), W.Robertson Smith (Biblical anthropologist), W. Ridegway, Flaxman C.J. Spurrell (1842-1915), family, E.A.Wallis Budge, Amelia Edwards (1831-1892), G. Caton Thompson (1888-1985), Jacques de Morgan (1827-1924), Rev. Greville Chester (1830-1892), Kate Bradbury (), G. Guthrie Roger (), Howard Carter (1874-1939), Sir Lawrence Alma Tadema (1836-1912), and others.

    Index to the letters of W.M.F.P. in boxes marked 9 and 10 in cupboard, 1878-1942, index made c.1983-84.

    Index to notes relating to various personalities probably compiled by Margaret Drower from W.M.F.P.s papers in preparation for her book, c. 1984-5

  • System of arrangement Kept as received.

    4. Access and use

    Legal status

    Access conditions

    Copyright conditions

    Language of material English.

    Physical characteristics

    Finding aids None.

    5. Allied materials area

    Location of originals These are originals.

    Existence of copies None.

    Related units of description None.

    Associated material Not known.

    Publications M. Drower, Letters from the Desert: The Correspondence of Flinders and Hilda Petrie (Oxford, 2004).

  • Description of material

    This description is based on the General International Standard Archival Description ISAD(G)

    1. Identity statement

    Reference code n/a

    Location

    Title Material related to publications

    Dates of creation of the material

    Extent Several filing cabinets and a bookcase

    2. Context

    Name of creator W.M.F. Petrie (1853-1942), and others.

    Administrative and biographical history

    Custodial history

    Immediate source of acquisition

    Related documentation

    3. Content and structure

    Scope and content

    Notes, drawings, photographs, maps and plans, plates, extracts from and annotated proofs relating to many publications, some untitled. The following by Flinders Petrie can be identified:

    Monographs 1891. Illahun, Kahun and Gurob, 1889-90. London: Nutt. 1907. Janus in Modern Life (Sociology Essays). London: Constable. 1934. Ancient Gaza IV. Tell el Ajjidl. London. 1938. Egyptian Architecture. London. 1939. The Making of Egypt. London: Sheldon Press. 1940. Wisdom of the Egyptians. London. 1953. Corpus of Proto-Dynastic Pottery: Thirty Plates of Drawings. London: Quarto. 1953. Ceremonial Slate Palettes. London

    Articles 1902. Weights and measures. Encyclopaedia Britannica (10th Edition), vol. 24, 478-91. 1917-18. Ptolemy's Geography of Albion. Proceedings of the Society of Antiquaries of Scotland 52, ser. 5, vol. 4, 12-26.

  • 1929. The Egyptian Lily. Ancient Egypt 0.3, 65-73.

    Also includes Catalogues of Egyptian Antiquities Found by Professor Flinders Petrie (and Students), published reports of the British School of Archaeology in Egypt, 1894, 1903, 1905- 1907, 1909, 1928, 1931, 1933-1938, and copies of publications such as Ancient Egypt and Syro-Egypt produced by the British School of Archaeology.

    Unpublished Ancient Egyptian Dress Lone Syrian Shore The Technical arts of Egypt Thought as a physical agent Ancient Egyptian Glazing Ancient Egyptian Glass Some motives of life (c. 1937)

    Notes on many topics, including: amulets, Badarian graves and sequence dates, beads, cylinders, First Dynasty hieroglyphs, flints, mirrors, musical instruments, pottery, price rises in Roman Empire, reliefs and metal objects from Armant (including register of finds), stelae of Uza-Ra, tools, various tombs, vessels, weights and measures.

    Material relating to various sites, including: Abydos, Armant, Badari, Ballas, Gaza, Gurob, Hawara, Hammamiya, Haraga, Kahun/Lahun, Matmar, Meidum, Memphis, Nagada, Riqqa, Sedment, Tarkhan, Tell el-Amarna.

    By others E. J. H. MacKay and M. A. Murray. 1952. City of Shepherd Kings, and Ancient Gaza V. London: Quarto. R. Mond and O.H. Myers. 1934. The Bucheum. London.

    System of arrangement Kept as received.

    4. Access and use

    Legal status

    Access conditions

    Copyright conditions

    Language of material English.

    Physical characteristics

    Finding aids None.

    5. Allied materials area

    Location of originals These are originals.

    Existence of copies None.

    Related units of description None.

  • Associated material Not known.

    Publications E. Uphill, A bibliography of Sir William Matthew Flinders Petrie (1853-1942), JNES 31, 356-379.

  • Description of material

    This description is based on the General International Standard Archival Description ISAD(G)

    1. Identity statement

    Reference code n/a

    Location

    Title Documents not obviously related to publications

    Dates of creation of the material -

    Extent Six drawers

    2. Context

    Name of creator

    Administrative and biographical history See Who Was Who in Egyptology (3rd ed. 1995),

    Custodial history

    Immediate source of acquisition

    Related documentation

    3. Content and structure

    Scope and content

    Manuscript notes and lecture notes. Subjects include: The Bible, origins of the Book of the Dead, artefacts in the British Museum, British School of Archaeology in Egypt, civil titles, use of colours, finance in ancient Egypt, funeral furniture, Hawara portraits, Herodotus, hieroglyphs, legal systems in ancient Egypt, measures and weights, patination, Petrie collection, proportion, skulls, Syrian expedition (1934-37).

    Manuscript notebooks owned by Margaret Murray and Margaret Drower.

    System of arrangement Kept as received.

    4. Access and use

    Legal status

    Access conditions

  • Copyright conditions

    Language of material English.

    Physical characteristics

    Finding aids None.

    5. Allied materials area

    Location of originals These are originals.

    Existence of copies None.

    Related units of description None.

    Associated material Not known.

    Publications

  • Description of material

    This description is based on the General International Standard Archival Description ISAD(G)

    1. Identity statement

    Reference code n/a

    Location

    Title Copies of journals

    Dates of creation of the material 1880-1928.

    Extent

    2. Context

    Name of creator W.M.F. Petrie (1853-1942), and others.

    Administrative and biographical history See Who Was Who in Egyptology (3rd ed. 1995),

    Custodial history

    Immediate source of acquisition

    Related documentation

    3. Content and structure

    Scope and content Copies of W.M.F.P.s journals consisting of typescript notes, photocopies of letters and hand-written journals. Originals kept in Griffith Institute, Oxford.

    1880-1881 Gizeh, 1881-1882 Gizeh and the Nile, 1882-1883 (missing), 1883-1884 Wady Tumilat, Tanis (Zoan). 1884-1885, Naukratis 1885-1886, Naukratis, Nebesha, Defeneh 1886-1887, The Nile, Dahshur 1887-1888, Biahmu, Hawara, 1888-1889, Gurob, Kahun, Illahun 1889-1890, Kahun, Gurob and Jaffa (Tellhesy) 1890-1891, Medum, Greece, Italy 1891-1892, Amarna, 1893-1894, Coptos 1894-1895, Nagada (missing) 1895-1896, Thebes

  • 1896-1897, Behneza (Beni Mazar) 1897-1891, Dendereh 1898-1899, Dechneh, How(Hu), Luxor, Abydos, Hu, Saqqara. 1898-1899, How, Thebes, 1899-1900, Abydos, 1901-1903, Abydos 1903-1904, Ehnasieh 1904-1905, Sinai: Maghara and Berabit 1905-1906, Tell el Yehudia, Tell er Retabeh 1906, Gizeh 1907, Rifeh 1908, Memphis 1909, Thebes, Memphis, Medum 1910, Medum, Memphis, Medinet el Fayum 1911, Medinet el Fayum, Memphis 1912-13, Kafr Ammar Tarkkhan 1914, Lahun 1920, Lahun 1923, Qau, Hemamiah 1927, Tell Jemmeh, Gaza 1928, Tell Fara (Beth Pelet)

    System of arrangement Kept as received.

    4. Access and use

    Legal status

    Access conditions

    Copyright conditions

    Language of material English.

    Physical characteristics

    Finding aids None.

    5. Allied materials area

    Location of originals Originals are held in the Griffith Institute, Oxford.

    Existence of copies None.

    Related units of description None.

    Associated material Not known.

    Publications

  • Description of material

    This description is based on the General International Standard Archival Description ISAD(G)

    1. Identity statement

    Reference code n/a

    Location

    Title Pocket diaries

    Dates of creation of the material 1881-1941

    Extent 1 drawer

    2. Context

    Name of creator W.M.F. Petrie (1853-1942)

    Administrative and biographical history See Who Was Who in Egyptology (3rd ed. 1995),

    Custodial history

    Immediate source of acquisition

    Related documentation

    3. Content and structure

    Scope and content

    Petries pocket diaries.

    1881 January 1-May 22 (8x14x.25cm) 1882, missing 1883-1884, November 5 1883 July 17 1884, 9x12.5cm 1884-1885, November 5 1884 June 24 1885, 11x16cm 1885-1886, November 5 1885 November 3 1886, 10x15cm 1886-1887, missing 1887-1888, 13 November 1887 23 October 1888 12x7cm 1888-1889, 24 November 1888 3 November 1889 12x 7cm 1889-1890, 22 September 1889 - September 20 1890, 16x10cm 1890-1891, 21 September 1890 19 September 1891,16x10cm, note enclosed. 1891-1892, missing 1892-1893, 21 September 1892 - 18 November 1893, 16x10cm, includes list of servants wages. 1893-1894, 15 November 1893 - 14 November 1894, 16x11cm. 1894-1895, 14 November 1894 12 November 1895, 16x10cm

  • 1896, 4 January 1896 31 December 1896, 16x10cm *the previous list made says there are entries for 1895 but I cannot find them!* 1896-1897 1897-1898, 18 October 1897 14 October 1898, 16x11cm 1898- 1899, 9 November 1898 26 April 1899, 16x 11cm 1899-1900, 1 January 1899 6 January 1900, 16x11cm, Hilda Flinders-Petries diary, includes detailed list of items brought on excavation 1899-1900, 16 November 1899 - 12 September 1900, 16x10cm 1900- 1901, 4 November 1900 23 October 1901, 16x10cm 1901- 1902, 1 November 1901- 27 November 1902, 16x10cm 1902-1903, 19 November 1902 16 November 1903, 16x10cm 1903-1904, 19 November 1903 16 November 1904, 16x10cm 1904-1905, 17 November 1904 10 November 1905, 16x10cm 1905-1906, 15 November 1905- 13 November 1906, 16x10cm 1906-1907, 18 November 1906 17 November 1907, 16x10cm 1907-1908, 14 November 1907 11 November 1908, 16x10cm 1908- 1909, 19 November 1908 17 November 1909, 16x10cm 1909- 1910, 18 November 1909 16 November 1910, 12.5x8cm 1910- 1911, 29 November 1910 14 November 1911, 16x10cm 1911-1912, 21 November 1911- 20 November 1912, 16x10cm 1912- 1913, 21 November 1912 20 November 1913, 16x10cm 1913- 1914, 20 November 1913- 19 November 1914, 16x10cm 1914-1915, 19 November 1914 18 November 1915, 16x10cm 1916, 1 January 1916 30 December January 1916, 16x10cm 1917, 1 January 1917 - 31 December 1917, 16x10cm 1918-1919, 3 January 1918 1 January 1919, 14x7cm 1919, 1 January 1919 - 16 December 1919, 12x8cm 1919-1920, 18 November 1919 - 15 December 1920, 1920-1921, 16 November 1920 14 November 1921, 10x7cm 1921- 1922, 15 November 1921 13 November 1922, 10x7cm 1922-1923, 27 November 1922 24 November 1923, 10x7cm 1923-1924, missing 1924-1925, 17 November 1924 14 November 1925, 10x7cm 1925-1926, [15 November 1925] 13 November 1926, 10x7cm 1926-1927, 14 November 1926 11 November 1927, 10x7cm 1927-1928, missing 1928-1929, 5 November 1928 3 November 1929, 10x7cm 1929 1930, 27 November 1929 26 October 1930, 10x7cm 1930 1931, 24 October 1930 22 October 1931, 14x8cm 1931-1932, 23 October 1931 - 20 October 1932, 14x8cm 1932 - 1933, 1 November 1932- 30 November 1933, 14x8cm 1934, 1 January 193431 December 1934, 15x8cm 1935, 1 January 31 December 1935,15x8cm 1936, 1 January 31 December 1936,15x8cm 1937 -1938, 1 January - 2 January 1938,15x8cm 1938, 1 January 28 December 1938,15x8cm 1939, 1 January 30 December, 15x8cm 1940, 1 January 24 June 1940, 14x8cm 1941, 27 December 1940 20 September 1941,10x7cm, Hilda Flinders-Petries diary.

    PMA/WFP1 9/2(1) List possibly made in the 1960s. Some diaries have gone missing since the list compiled.

  • System of arrangement Kept as received.

    4. Access and use

    Legal status

    Access conditions

    Copyright conditions

    Language of material English.

    Physical characteristics

    Finding aids None.

    5. Allied materials area

    Location of originals These are originals.

    Existence of copies None.

    Related units of description None.

    Associated material Not known.

    Publications

    S. Quirke, 2010. Hidden Hands. Egyptian workforces in Petrie excavation archives, 18801924. London: Duckworth

  • Description of material

    This description is based on the General International Standard Archival Description ISAD(G)

    1. Identity statement

    Reference code n/a

    Location

    Title Notebooks

    Dates of creation of the material

    Extent 3 drawers

    2. Context

    Name of creator W.M.F. Petrie (1853-1942)

    Administrative and biographical history See Who Was Who in Egyptology (3rd ed. 1995),

    Custodial history

    Immediate source of acquisition

    Related documentation

    3. Content and structure

    Scope and content

    Notebook lists. Lists, index Naqada, Ballas, Diospolis.

    Notebooks (duplicates)

    List of notebooks, c.1894.

    Microfiche of Petrie Notebooks 1-148

    System of arrangement Kept as received.

    4. Access and use

    Legal status

  • Access conditions

    Copyright conditions

    Language of material English.

    Physical characteristics

    Finding aids None.

    5. Allied materials area

    Location of originals These are originals.

    Existence of copies None.

    Related units of description None.

    Associated material Not known.

    Publications

  • Description of material

    This description is based on the General International Standard Archival Description ISAD(G)

    1. Identity statement

    Reference code n/a

    Location

    Title Distribution Lists

    Dates of creation of the material 1885-1949

    Extent 2 drawers

    2. Context

    Name of creator W.M.F. Petrie (1853-1942) and others

    Administrative and biographical history See Who Was Who in Egyptology (3rd ed. 1995),

    Custodial history

    Immediate source of acquisition

    Related documentation

    3. Content and structure

    Scope and content

    1885-1894 1894, Koptos 1895, Naqada 1896, Ramesseum and Six Temples 1897, Deshasheh 1898, Dendereh Hierakonpolis 1899, Diospolis Parva Fayum Deir El Bahri 1900, Abydos 1901, Abydos Beyt Khalif, Mahasna 1902, Abydos 1903, Abydos (Osireion) 1904, (Abydos) Ehnnasya, Buto, Saqqara (Gurob) (Deir El Bahri) (Oxyrhynchus) 1905, Saqqara, Serabit, Maghareh 1906, Hyksos & Israelite cities 1907, Gizeh & Rifeh 1908, Athribis, Memphis

  • 1909, Qurneh, Memphis 1910, Meydum, Memphis 1911, Hawara, Gerzeh, Memphis, Labyrinth-Gerzeh & Magzuneh Missing? 1913, Iarkhan, Riqueh, Memphis 1914, Lahun, Harageh 1915-20 1921 (& 1920), Lahun & Sedment 1922, Abydos, Oxyrhyncus 1925, Qau-El-Kebit 1924, Qau & Hemamieh 1925, Badari, Fayum 1926, Badari, Fayum 1927, Gerar [1930], Qau & Mostagedda 1938-40, Armant 1931-1934, (Ancient) Gaza.

    Duplicate distribution lists 'Moss & Burney', distribution of objects in Petrie Publications. [1949?]

    Distribution lists of objects in publications, includes top copies with museum numbers, n.d.

    Distribution list relating to Rochdale, n.d.

    Copy of Egyptian Exploration Society (E.E.S.) distribution lists to University College, London for Nebesheh, Defenneh and Tell el Amarna, n.d.

    System of arrangement Kept as received.

    4. Access and use

    Legal status

    Access conditions This material has been digitised as is heavily used. See also the information on the Digital Egypt website: http://www.digitalegypt.ucl.ac.uk/archaeology/petriedigsindex.html

    Copyright conditions

    Language of material English.

    Physical characteristics

    Finding aids None.

    5. Allied materials area

    Location of originals These are originals.

    Existence of copies None.

    http://www.digitalegypt.ucl.ac.uk/archaeology/petriedigsindex.html

  • Related units of description None.

    Associated material Not known.

    Publications

  • Description of material

    This description is based on the General International Standard Archival Description ISAD(G)

    1. Identity statement

    Reference code n/a

    Location

    Title Tomb cards

    Dates of creation of the material

    Extent 3 drawers

    2. Context

    Name of creator W.M.F. Petrie (1853-1942) and others

    Administrative and biographical history See Who Was Who in Egyptology (3rd ed. 1995),

    Custodial history

    Immediate source of acquisition

    Related documentation

    3. Content and structure

    Scope and content

    Tomb cards from Qau and Tarkhan.

    Tomb cards from Harageh, Gurob, Gerzeh, Medum, Sedment.

    Includes a list of Petrie tomb cards and other notes.

    Microfiche of copies of Tomb Cards

    System of arrangement Kept as received.

    4. Access and use

    Legal status

  • Access conditions

    Copyright conditions

    Language of material English.

    Physical characteristics

    Finding aids None.

    5. Allied materials area

    Location of originals These are originals.

    Existence of copies None.

    Related units of description None.

    Associated material Not known.

    Publications

  • Description of material

    This description is based on the General International Standard Archival Description ISAD(G)

    1. Identity statement

    Reference code n/a

    Location

    Title Bead Corpus

    Dates of creation of the material

    Extent I card index box, I volume

    2. Context

    Name of creator N. Shiah

    Administrative and biographical history See Who Was Who in Egyptology (3rd ed. 1995),

    Custodial history

    Immediate source of acquisition

    Related documentation

    3. Content and structure

    Scope and content

    Manuscript of Ph.D. thesis by N. Shiah on Ancient Egyptian beads, 1946.

    Corpus consists of index cards indicating number, form, colour, material, decoration, provenance, references, use and date, also includes drawing of object.

    System of arrangement Kept as received.

    4. Access and use

    Legal status

    Access conditions

    Copyright conditions

  • Language of material English.

    Physical characteristics

    Finding aids None.

    5. Allied materials area

    Location of originals These are originals.

    Existence of copies None.

    Related units of description None.

    Associated material Not known.

    Publications

  • Description of material

    This description is based on the General International Standard Archival Description ISAD(G)

    1. Identity statement

    Reference code n/a

    Location

    Title Photographs and plate glass negatives

    Dates of creation of the material -

    Extent 12 drawers and a filing cabinet

    2. Context

    Name of creator W.M.F. Petrie (1853-1942), Margaret Murray (1863-1963), Veronica Setton-Williams (1910-1992), and others.

    Administrative and biographical history See Who Was Who in Egyptology (3rd ed. 1995),

    Custodial history

    Immediate source of acquisition

    Related documentation

    3. Content and structure

    Scope and content

    Subjects of photographs include: Abydos, Amelia Edwards, Badari, Carl Pape, Dendera, Deshasheh, Edfu, the Egyptian Museum, excavation, flint, Giza, the Great Pyramid, Greece, Hamamia, Jack Ellis, local workers, Luxor temple, Memphis, mummies, the Nile, Palestine, papyrus, the Petrie family, Philae, plaques, portraits of locals, pottery, pyramids, Qau, rural scenes, Saqqara, scarabs, sculpture, seals, Serabit el Khadem, shabtis, Sheikh Zoweyd Tell, Sinai, Syria, Tell El Amarna, Tell El Yehudiyeh, tombs at Thebes, the tomb of Tutankhamun, Mackays Illustrations to Tomb Decoration by Dr. Ernest John Mackay, Wellcome Collection, and many others of unnamed sites, individuals and artefacts.

    Subjects of negatives include: excavations in Sinai, sites and artefacts (some arranged by site) and many others.

    System of arrangement Kept as received.

    4. Access and use

  • Legal status

    Access conditions

    Copyright conditions

    Language of material English.

    Physical characteristics

    Finding aids None.

    5. Allied materials area

    Location of originals These are originals.

    Existence of copies None.

    Related units of description None.

    Associated material Not known.

    Publications

  • Description of material

    This description is based on the General International Standard Archival Description ISAD(G)

    1. Identity statement

    Reference code n/a

    Location

    Title Drawings and paintings (not obviously relating to publications)

    Dates of creation of the material -

    Extent

    2. Context

    Name of creator W.M.F. Petrie (1853-1942), and others

    Administrative and biographical history See Who Was Who in Egyptology (3rd ed. 1995),

    Custodial history

    Immediate source of acquisition

    Related documentation

    3. Content and structure

    Scope and content

    Subjects include: amulets, beads, cylinders, Daci-dorian designs in Egypt, Deir of St. John, Grenfells impression of scarabs, hieroglyphs, the Hilton Price collection, material from Syria, mirrors, Palaeolithic flint, papyri, pot marks, pottery (from Balabish, Tarkhan), predynastic drawings of ships, pyramid of Dahshur, rock art, seals, Valley of the Kings/Queens, vessels, (temple of Osiris, Abydos),

    Material from: Abadiya, Crete, Dashesha, Deffeneh (Qasr), Elephantine, El-Kab, Hawara, Italy, Khallara, Memphis, Mostagadda, Nagada, Naucratis, Qurna, Tell Jemmeh,

    Index to drawings - many are missing, n.d.

    System of arrangement Kept as received.

    4. Access and use

  • Legal status

    Access conditions

    Copyright conditions

    Language of material English.

    Physical characteristics

    Finding aids None.

    5. Allied materials area

    Location of originals These are originals.

    Existence of copies None.

    Related units of description None.

    Associated material Not known.

    Publications

  • Description of material

    This description is based on the General International Standard Archival Description ISAD(G)

    1. Identity statement

    Reference code n/a

    Location

    Title Maps and plans (not obviously relating to publications)

    Dates of creation of the material -

    Extent

    2. Context

    Name of creator W.M.F. Petrie (1853-1942),

    Administrative and biographical history See Who Was Who in Egyptology (3rd ed. 1995),

    Custodial history

    Immediate source of acquisition

    Related documentation

    3. Content and structure

    Scope and content

    Sites covered include: Athedon, Dahshur, Debba, Giza, Kosha, Meidum, Theban west bank, Wadi Guzzel, Wadi Halfa, and Dongola.

    System of arrangement Kept as received.

    4. Access and use

    Legal status

    Access conditions

    Copyright conditions

    Language of material English.

    Physical characteristics

  • Finding aids None.

    5. Allied materials area

    Location of originals These are originals.

    Existence of copies None.

    Related units of description None.

    Associated material Not known.

    Publications

  • Description of material

    This description is based on the General International Standard Archival Description ISAD(G)

    1. Identity statement

    Reference code n/a

    Location

    Title Documents on sales and museum objects

    Dates of creation of the material -

    Extent 7 files

    2. Context

    Name of creator W.M.F. Petrie (1853-1942),

    Administrative and biographical history See Who Was Who in Egyptology (3rd ed. 1995),

    Custodial history

    Immediate source of acquisition

    Related documentation

    3. Content and structure

    Scope and content

    Register of packing and unpacking during World War II, 1939-1945.

    Register of W.M.F.P.s purchases in Egypt and London salerooms.

    Register to temporary numbers on objects in Petrie Museum, n.d.

    Annotated sale catalogues of various collections of primarily Egyptian material, 1906-1933.

    Typescript lists of sale purchases by W.M.F.P., 1921-1922.

    List of objects from the Wellcome Collection in the Petrie Collection; includes correspondence regarding the Wellcome Collection and copies of drawings of scarabs.

    List of cupboard contents from the Burlington Exhibition, 1880-1920.

    System of arrangement Kept as received.

  • 4. Access and use

    Legal status

    Access conditions

    Copyright conditions

    Language of material English.

    Physical characteristics

    Finding aids None.

    5. Allied materials area

    Location of originals These are originals.

    Existence of copies None.

    Related units of description None.

    Associated material Not known.

    Publications

  • Description of material

    This description is based on the General International Standard Archival Description ISAD(G)

    1. Identity statement

    Reference code n/a

    Location

    Title Newspaper cuttings

    Dates of creation of the material -

    Extent 4 files

    2. Context

    Name of creator

    Administrative and biographical history See Who Was Who in Egyptology (3rd ed. 1995),

    Custodial history

    Immediate source of acquisition

    Related documentation

    3. Content and structure

    Scope and content Newspaper clippings, many obituaries of W.M.F.P. some newspaper articles relating to excavations in Gaza and Sinai, c.1942.

    Newspaper article from The Times relating to the discovery of Tutankhamens tomb, December 12 1922.

    Scrapbooks of newspaper articles - all published material.

    Packing material (newspaper) contains annotation Dr M.A. Murray (Doctor Margaret Murray), n.d.

    System of arrangement Kept as received.

    4. Access and use

    Legal status

    Access conditions

  • Copyright conditions

    Language of material English.

    Physical characteristics

    Finding aids None.

    5. Allied materials area

    Location of originals These are originals.

    Existence of copies None.

    Related units of description None.

    Associated material Not known.

    Publications

  • Description of material

    This description is based on the General International Standard Archival Description ISAD(G)

    1. Identity statement

    Reference code n/a

    Location

    Title Ephemera

    Dates of creation of the material -

    Extent 3 drawers

    2. Context

    Name of creator Various

    Administrative and biographical history See Who Was Who in Egyptology (3rd ed. 1995),

    Custodial history

    Immediate source of acquisition

    Related documentation

    3. Content and structure

    Scope and content

    Original Certificate of Honorary Doctorate awarded by the University of London to Sir William Matthew Flinders Petrie (W.M.F.P.), October 1933.

    Poster, preliminary notice and program for Lady Newness Historical Egyptian Matinee in aid of the Friends of the Poor and the Flinders Petrie Excavations taking place at The London Hippodrome, 1930.

    Numerous awards and diplomas awarded to W.M.F.P.

    Manuscript cartoons relating to W.M.F.P. n.d.

    Copy of W.M.F.Ps passport.

    Envelope containing many copies of W.M.F.P.s signature.

    Obituaries, Curriculum Vitae, Petrie family genealogy.

  • System of arrangement Kept as received.

    4. Access and use

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