C: Miscelleneous, 1914-1944
- Fol. 1: Former file label, n.d.
- Fols. 2-17 and Item 1: Correspondence about Lugard's proposed contribution to the Cambridge History of the British Empire, volume III, 1926-1934.
- Fols. 18-23: Correspondence about a history of the Cameroons by General Moberly, 1930.
- Fols. 24-41: Correspondence about the Carnegie Corporation, New York, 1932-1937.
- Fols. 42-52: Correspondence with John Caulcutt about free trade and cocoa, 1939.
- Fols. 53-74: Correspondence about the Congo Parc National Albert, the sanctuary there for gorillas and Father Schumacher's work both there and for the International Institute of African Languages and Culture, 1930.
- Fols. 75-77: Correspondence with Sir Charles Petrie, biographer of Austen Chamberlain, about the latter's letters to Lugard, 1938.
- Fols. 78-96: Correspondence about a memorial to Joseph Chamberlain and his centenary celebration, 1914-1936.
- Fols. 97-100: Correspondence about persecution of the church, 1935 - the mission of the Reverend Nicolas de Haller of the Swiss Church to England to interest influential clerics in Britain in the cause of those persecuted for their faith.
- Fols. 101-105: Letter from Sir William Clark about internationalization of the colonies, 1944.
- Fols. 106-109: Correspondence with F.S. Clayton, editor of Crown Colonist, about R.H. Crofton's article, "Why not a 'New Order' for Africa?" with a copy, 1941.
- Fols. 110-111: Correspondence with Sir Hanns Vischer about Lugard's subscription to the Colonial Comforts Fund, 1942.
- Fols. 112-121: Correspondence with Arthur Creech Jones and the Fabian Colonial Bureau, 1941-1944.
- Fols. 122-130: Correspondence about Frank Crozier's book, Five Years Hard: the Fall of the Fulani Empire, 1932.
- Fols. 131-140: Correspondence with Sir James Currie of the Empire Cotton Growing Corporation, 1930-1936.
Language of Materials
MSS. Lugard 9/7