Loose papers and a published booklet in a small envelope, postmarked 25 May 1906, and addressed to 'Miss Bateson, 9 Huntingdon Road, Cambridge'. Next to the address, a note written in ink reads '[to Geo. Unwin]'. The file includes a published copy of Suffolk Domesday: Thingo Hundred (1889). There are also two letters written to Mr Unwin from Mary Bateson, one dated 20 November and the other 1 April 1905. Both were written from Bateson's home at 9 Huntingdon Road. Other pieces include research notes for Bateson's article 'The Burgesses of Domesday and the Malmesbury Wall' (1906).