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C: Miscelleneous, 1914-1944


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  1. Fol. 1: Former file label, n.d.
  2. Fols. 2-17 and Item 1: Correspondence about Lugard's proposed contribution to the Cambridge History of the British Empire, volume III, 1926-1934.
  3. Fols. 18-23: Correspondence about a history of the Cameroons by General Moberly, 1930.
  4. Fols. 24-41: Correspondence about the Carnegie Corporation, New York, 1932-1937.
  5. Fols. 42-52: Correspondence with John Caulcutt about free trade and cocoa, 1939.
  6. 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.
  7. Fols. 75-77: Correspondence with Sir Charles Petrie, biographer of Austen Chamberlain, about the latter's letters to Lugard, 1938.
  8. Fols. 78-96: Correspondence about a memorial to Joseph Chamberlain and his centenary celebration, 1914-1936.
  9. 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.
  10. Fols. 101-105: Letter from Sir William Clark about internationalization of the colonies, 1944.
  11. 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.
  12. Fols. 110-111: Correspondence with Sir Hanns Vischer about Lugard's subscription to the Colonial Comforts Fund, 1942.
  13. Fols. 112-121: Correspondence with Arthur Creech Jones and the Fabian Colonial Bureau, 1941-1944.
  14. Fols. 122-130: Correspondence about Frank Crozier's book, Five Years Hard: the Fall of the Fulani Empire, 1932.
  15. Fols. 131-140: Correspondence with Sir James Currie of the Empire Cotton Growing Corporation, 1930-1936.


  • 1914-1944


1 folder

Language of Materials

  • English


MSS. Lugard 9/7

Repository Details

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Weston Library
Broad Street
Oxford OX1 3BG United Kingdom