Race Relations, Rhodes-Livingstone Institute, Royal African Society, Royal Anthropological Institute, Royal Empire Society, Royal Institute of International Affairs, Royal Niger Company and Royal Society of Arts, 1921-1944
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- File 1, fols. 1-7: Race Relations - press cuttings about the views of President Harding [of the United States] on race relations and a broadcast talk by Dr Jesse Jones on the same subject, 1921-1932.
- File 2, fols. 1-19: Rhodes-Livingstone Institute - correspodence about its foundation and staff, 1937.
- File 3, fols. 1-100 and item 1: Royal African Society - constitution, minutes, correspondence and related papers, 1932-1941.
- File 4, fols. 1-2: Royal Anthropological Institute - correspondence about Lugard's possible membership, 1930.
- File 5, fols. 1-11: Royal Empire Society - correspondence and report of a speech to the Society by Lugard, 1936.
- File 6, fols. 1-29: Royal Institute of International Affairs - general correspondence, 1925-1944.
- File 7, fols. 1-40: Royal Niger Company I - correspondence about Lugard joining the board of the Company, his views on the need for reorganization and about the collection of shea nuts, Liberian transport and a report on the liquor traffic, 1923-1929.
- File 8, fols. 1-23: Royal Niger Company II - correspondence about Ormsby-Gore's visit to West Africa and the need for reform of the palm oil industry, 1926-1928.
- File 9, fols. 1-68: Royal Niger Company III - memoranda on the proposed reorganization of the palm oil industry, with a draft decree, covering letters and notes by Lugard, 1926-1927.
- File 10, fols. 1-15: Royal Niger Company IV - press cuttings, 1926-1927.
- File 11, fols. 1-10: Royal Society of Arts - correspondence and report, 1934.
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