W: Miscellaneous, 1921-1945
- Fol. 1: Former file label, n.d.
- Fols. 2-19: Correspondence with F. Milner, headmaster of Waitaki Boys' High School, New Zealand, about sending a flag flown in Nigeria for the school's collection, with related correspondence with L.S. Amery and others, 1934-1941. Lugard also reminded Milner of the situation in the New Zealand Trust Territory of Samoa.
- Fol. 20: Letter from Eric Walker about Sir Godfrey Huggins' pressure for amalgamation of the three Central African territories, 1941.
- Fols. 21-23: Correspondence with the Ministry of Labour and the Zone Organizer in Surrey of the Local Defence Volunteers about Lugard's offer to do appropriate war work, 1939-1940.
- Fols. 24-29: Correspondence with Beatrice Webb about the U.S.S.R., China, the Webbs' visit to Government House, Hong Kong, during Lugard's governorship, Sidney Webb's article in the Journal of Ethics and the situation in Palestine on the outbreak of war, 1932-1939.
- Fol. 30: Letter from Chaim Weizmann about Lugard's 76th birthday, a recent visit to Little Parkhurst and Lugard's sympathetic discussion of the Palestine question, 1934.
- Fols. 31-32: Invitation to Lugard to be the first president of the West African Frontier Force Dinner Club, 1921.
- Fols. 33-36: Correspondence with Basil Williams about Lugard's letter to The Times on 20 March and about the former's book on the British Empire for which Lugard offered a note defining trusteeship for any new edition, 1943.
- Fols. 37-39: Correspondence between Lugard, his brother Edward and Sir Reginald Wingate, 1945.
- Fols. 40-66: Correspondence with Brigadier H.S.M. Winterbottom and Sir Hann Vischer about maps suitable for use in a bibliograpy by the International African Institute, 1932.
- Fol. 67: Letter from John Withers about an appeal against abolishing the university vote, 1931.
Language of Materials
MSS. Lugard 14/4