Arab Day

Scope and Content

Correspondence regarding the possibility of holding an Arab day. These are:

  • Letter from Diana Crawford, Secretary, Royal Asiatic Society, to G.A. Calver to ask him to approach the Anglo-Arab Society, dated 9 May 1972.
  • Letter from Royal Asiatic Society to Sir Charles Duke, Chairman, Anglo Arab Association, to ask whether they would be interested in holding a joint Arab Day, dated 26 May 1972.
  • Letter from Sir Charles Duke, Chairman, Anglo Arab Association, to G.A. Calver to inform that he will put the idea to his Council but also to raise some negatives regarding the idea, dated 23 June 1972.
  • Letter from G.A. Calver to Sir Charles Duke, Chairman, Anglo Arab Association, to answer his objections and to raise his own about the suggestion of having someone from the Arab League Office as a speaker, dated 12 July 1972.
  • Letter from G.A. Calver to Sir Charles Duke, Chairman, Anglo Arab Association, to ask if any progress had been made concerning the Arab day, dated 29 September 1972.
  • Letter from David Llewellyn, Treasurer, Anglo-Arab Association, to G.A. Calver to inform that the Association would like to collaborate, dated 13 October 1972.
  • Letter from Sir Charles Duke, Chairman, Anglo Arab Association, to G.A. Calver to inform that the Association would like to collaborate and he has put David Llewellyn in charge of arranging matters, dated 17 October 1972.
  • Letter from B.W. Robinson, President, Royal Asiatic Society, to David Llewellyn, Treasurer, Anglo-Arab Association, to provide some details of the purpose of the National Days, dated 7 December 1972.
  • Letter from Diana Crawford, Secretary, Royal Asiatic Society, to David Llewellyn, Treasurer, Anglo-Arab Association, to ask if the Association had made a decision regarding the Arab day, dated 19 January 1973.

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