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Correspondents A-K, 1919-1955

MSS. Brit. Emp. s. 382, box 12

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  1. File 1, fols. 1-23: Correspondents A including (fol. 3) G. Agronsky of the Palestine Post to Sydney Moody, 8 Apr 1943 (see also MSS. Brit. Emp. s. 382, box 12, file 3, fols. 21-24).
  2. File 2, fols. 1-87: Correspondents B including (fols. 11-15) Edward Ballard, Administrative Officer, writing from Gaza to Flora Moody, 1941-1942.
  3. File 3, fols. 1-110: Correspondents C including (fols. 13-34) Sir John Chancellor, High Commissioner for Palestine 1928-1931, to Sydney Moody about Palestine affairs, 1930-1940; (fol. 35) Mary F. Chapman to Flora Moody about fund-raising for the Jerusalem School for the Deaf, 21 Nov 1935; (fols. 63-85) Sir Gerard Clauson to Sydney Moody about Colonial Office changes, 1924-1926.
  4. File 4, fols. 1-90: Correspondents D including (fol. 34) Colonel W.T. Dickens, Commissioner of Police and Commandant of the Detainment Camp, Mauritius, with copy of list prepared for the South African government noting the needs of the Jewish detainees, [1941].
  5. File 5, fols. 1-44: Correspondents E
  6. File 6, fols. 1-38: Correspondents F including (fols. 3-12) (Wilfrid) Jerome Farrell ("Uncle Flanneau"), Director of Education in Palestine, to Sydney Moody with observations on Symes' educational proposals of 1926, 1926-1930.
  7. File 7, fols. 1-29: Correspondents G including (fols. 3-4) Juda B. Gladstone, retired government official of Safed, to Flora Moody about war-time conditions, 11 Jan 1942; (fols. 10-20) Miss Clarissa Graves, from Jerusalem, to the Moodys with news of the city and friends, 1937 and 1942-1943.
  8. File 8, fols. 1-155: Correspondents H including (fols. 1-9) (Sir) John Hathorn Hall to Sydney Moody on his own appointments as Chief Secretary, Palestine, and British Resident, Zanzibar, 1933 and 1938; (fols. 17-33) Lilias and James Dundas Harford, Moody's successor in Mauritius, asking for information about the posting, Jan 1948; (fols. 47-94) Mrs Jane Heavens to Flora Moody with Jerusalem news, 1940-1941; (fols. 146-147) Agnes, wife of Ernest Hocking, an American lecturing in the Middle East, angrily describing to Flora Moody the operation of "Mandate A" in "French Syria", 22 May 1928.
  9. File 9, fols. 1-25: Correspondents I and J including (fols. 19-23) C.M. Johns, an archaeologist with the Palestine Department of Antiquities, describing the three traditional sites of Emmaus, 5 Aug 1929.
  10. File 10, fols. 1-30: Correspondents K including (fol. 1) Helen Kagan to Flora Moody about tension in Israel, 20 Dec 1955.


  • 1919-1955


1 box

Language of Materials

  • English


MSS. Brit. Emp. s. 382, box 12

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