Copy of a letter of congratulations from the Royal Asiatic Society to École Française d'Extrême-Orient on the celebration of its Jubilee. The letter expresses admiration for the the scholarly research on south-east Asia under a succession of brilliant Directors. It is undated.
École Française d'Extrême-Orient
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Administrative / Biographical History
The École Française d'Extrême-Orient was founded in 1900 in Hanoi. After the independence of Vietnam, its headquarters were transferred to Paris. Its main fields of research are archaeology, philology and the study of modern Asian societies. Since 1907, the EFEO has been in charge of conservation work at the archaeological site of Angkor.
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The material is part of the institutional records of the Society from its dealings with other organisations.
This material was catalogued by Nancy Charley, RAS Archivist, in 2019.
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