Correspondence with Individuals

Scope and Content

Correspondence with significant individuals regarding possible contributions to the Sesquicentenary Appeal. These include:

  • Draft letter to Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II.
  • Correspondence with Lt. General, H.H. Maharaja Yadavindra Singh, dated 21 August 1971 -24 November 1971.
  • Correspondence with Dr N.S. Junankar, dated 19 May 1972 -6 June 1972.
  • Letter to S.L. Egerton, Foreign and Commonwealth Office, dated 4 September 1972.
  • Letter from J.V. Mills, dated 21 October 1972.
  • Correspondence with Lord Selkirk, dated 6 November 1972.
  • Correspondence with Arthur Russell, Editor of Asian Affairs, dated 28 November 1972.
  • Correspondence with Dr Gyllensvard, dated 19 December 1972 - 28 December 1972.
  • Correspondence with Professor Ullendorff and Professor Latham, dated 5 January 1972[3] - 7 February 1973.
  • Correspondence with Arthur Dash, dated 20 February 1973 - 6 March 1973.
  • Correspondence with the Hon. Lord Cameron, dated 2 March 1973.
  • Correspondence with Mohammad Reza Shah Pahlavi, dated 31 May 1973 - 29 June 1973.
  • Correspondence concerning His Imperial Majesty The Shahanshah Aryamehr, dated 21 March 1974 - 3 May 1974.