Letters and postcards sent to Sixsmith during 1900. Topics covered include: a talk on Carpenter given by Sixsmith; Max Flint [a Jewish immigrant from Poland who lived at Millthorpe during the 1890s, and died of tuberculosis in 1902], for whom Carpenter is arranging somewhere to live; Dhoondi, to whom Carpenter sends remembrances and comments that he has volunteers for an 'Indian Mission'; a piece on China in Ethical World [Carpenter's article, 'China, 1900 A.D.' published 20 Oct 1900].
1/3/3 and 6 both include notes from George Merrill.
Letters are addressed to Sixsmith at Bentinck House, Moses Gate, Farnworth, Lancs, and dated at Millthorpe, except: 1/3/4 which was written at the Labor (sic) Press Office in Manchester; and 1/3/5 which was written at Sheffield.
1/3/3-6 include envelopes.