Box 1: Correspondence, A-G.
Box 2: Correspondence, H-Z.
Box 3: Early correspondence on hygrometry and evaporimeters, 1879-1889; correspondence between Lord Rayleigh and Napier Shaw on the observation of fog signals at N. and S. Goodwins, 1908-1909; correspondence between Sir Oliver Lodge and Napier Straw on the audibility of the sound of gunfire, 1915; miscellaneous letters on international meteorology, 1919-1922, chiefly circulars; correspondence and papers on revolving fluid, 1914-1918; The Air and its Ways, correspondence and press cuttings about the Rede lecture (1921) and its subsequent publication as part of a book with the same title (1923); data and maps relating to normal monthly differences of pressure over the Northern Hemisphere, 1932; lines of equal entropy on the D.W.R.; Christmas cards of Napier Shaw, 1930-1938; Napier Shaw's geographical and obituary notices, 1903-1945; letters to Napier Shaw on his retirement, 1920, and regarding the succession, 1919-1920; photograph, possibly the BA Intl. Met. Meeting, Southport, 1903; diagram representing the constituent parts of a cyclonic depression; UCCI Units of Time Calendar, 1930; papers of a visit to St Petersburg, 1904; miscellaneous letters of appointment, 1901-1909; testimonials and other letters regarding Napier Shaw's application for the Professorship of Mechanism and Applied Mechanics in the University of Cambridge, October 1890; published reports of committees of which Napier Shaw was Chairman or Secretary; reminiscences.
Box 4: Speeches at dinners, etc., 1913-1928; Monday discussions at the Meteorological Office opened by Napier Shaw, 1911-1923; reports of the Advisory Committee for Aeronautics and the Meteorology Sub Committee; typescripts of the first two lectures for the Historical Review of Meteorological Theory, University of London, 1921; typescripts and manuscripts of newspapers cuttings and letters to the press by Napier Shaw, 1905, 1910, 1919, and 1923-1926.
Box 5: The Daylight Calendar, 1933-1935; general report by Napier Shaw of a visit by a delegation of the Meteorological Office to Bergen; letters and papers concerning atmospheric pollution, 1920s; correspondence relating to agricultural meteorology, 1921-1936; miscellaneous documents concerning education, 1919-1923; letters and papers concerning ventilation, 1890-1933.
Box 6: Miscellaneous memoranda and notes, 1906-1932; The Tephigram, miscellaneous computations; A.W. Lee, 'The effect of water vapours on the statical stability of the atmosphere'; papers relating to the admission of Women to degrees at the University of Cambridge, 1895-1897 and 1920.
Box 7: MSS and TSS of unpublished lectures and discussions, 1901-1933; lectures printed in The Air and its ways, 1912-1921; other lectures of which there is no typescript, 1902-1916; lectures and papers, 1906-1924.