Two handwritten manuscripts by Maurice Patrick O'Connor Tandy, two allied letters, and some provenance information.
Papers of Maurice Patrick O'Connor Tandy
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- ReferenceGB 891 MT
- Dates of Creation[1930 - 1950]2000
- Name of Creator
- Language of MaterialEnglish Azerbaijani Turkmen
- Physical Description2 archival folders
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Administrative / Biographical History
Major Maurice Patrick O'Connor Tandy (1912-86) Tandy had a career spanning the Royal Artillery, the North-West Frontier Province of India, and colonial administration in the Persian Gulf, where he was Political Officer, Trucial Coast, and later Political Agent, Kuwait. His posts and dates include: Vice-Consul Zabul 1939-40, Assistant Commissioner Kohat 1940-41, Vice-Consul Bushire 1941, Political Officer Trucial Coast 1943-44, Assistant Political Agent Bahrain 1944-45, Political Agent Kuwait 1945-48.
There are two manuscripts, one of which has allied correspondence, so two files were created for these manuscripts, and a further file for the provenance material.
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An document under Library Reports lists that these manuscripts and some issues of Asian Affairs were donated by Mrs Virginia Pilbrow. A copy of this document has been placed with this material. This document dates to June 2000.
These papers were catalogued by Nancy Charley, RAS Archivist, in 2019.
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With the "Grammar of Azerbaijan Turkish" is a letter sent from Tandy to General Sir John O'Shea of The Royal Central Asian Society in 1946 to give the material to the Society.