LONGMORE, Laura 1916-98

Essays, literary works, and biographical papers.

Books, papers and photographs. Various sizes.

Handwritten, printed and typewritten.

Cataloguer’s note: a large collection of newspaper cuttings on general topics has been discarded as all are available published material. See also collection in Cambridge University Library: Royal Commonwealth Society Library.

Presented by Dr L. Longmore, 1991-2002

Abbreviation
LL  Laura Longmore. Laura Longmore wrote literary works under the name Laura Edwards

 /1 Biographical information. 8 papers and 2 photographs. Various sizes

 /1 Curriculum vitae. 2 pp. 29.5 x 21 cm. Typewritten

 /2 Letter from N.J. van Warmelo to LL, 29 June 1966 – delay caused by his absence; willing to assist with publication of second work by LL. 1 p. 29.5 x 21 cm. Typewritten

 /3 List of publications by LL. 1 p. 28.5 x 21 cm. Typewritten

 /4 List of articles by LL. 1 p. 30 x 21 cm. Handwritten and typewritten

 /5 [Biographical sketch]. 1 p. 29.5 x 21 cm. Typewritten and 1 photograph of LL attached. 14 x 9 cm

 /6 [Career biographical sketch]; by LL. 1 p. 29.5 x 21 cm. Typewritten

 /7 [Career biographical sketch]; by LL. 1 p. 29.5 x 21 cm. Typewritten

 /8 Curriculum vitae. 1 p., photograph. 29.5 x 21 cm. Typewritten

 /2 The future of anthropology; by LL, 1992. 5 leaves, footnotes, topic addendum. 29.5 x 21 cm. Typewritten

 /3 Citizen Ambassador Program of People to People International, archaeology delegation to Russia, 20 Sep. to 3 Oct. 1992. Papers, photographs and publications. Various sizes

 /1 [Program invitation]; by Shereen Lerner, Arizona State Parks Historic Preservation Officer, [1992]. 1 p. 29.5 x 21 cm. Typewritten

 /2 Professional purpose statement; by Shereen Lerner, [1992]. 1 p. 29.5 x 21 cm. Typewritten

 /3 Bulletin: the need for technical information and professional gifts; by Karen L. Ellis. 1 p. 29.5 x 21 cm. Typewritten

 /4 Citizen Ambassador Program archaeology delegation to Russia; by Shereen Lerner, 1992. 2 leaves. 29 x 21.5 cm. Typewritten with handwritten annotations

 /5 Proposed schedule of activities, 1992. 2 leaves. 29.5 x 21 cm. Typewritten

 /6 Schedule of activities, 20 Sep. – 3 Oct. 1992. 10 pp. 29.5 x 21 cm. Typewritten with handwritten annotations

 /7 Delegate biographies. [ii], 8 pp. 28 x 21.5 cm. Typewritten with handwritten annotations

 /8 Journal of the Citizen Ambassador Program Archaeology delegation to Russia, 20 Sep. -3 Oct. 1992. [ii], [xiv], 19 pp., [16] leaves, [21], 48, [10] pp., maps, tables. 28 x 21.5 cm. Mimeographed

 /9 [Notes on the program activities]; by LL. 17 notes and cuttings. Various sizes. Handwritten and printed

/10 A visit to the Russian Academy of Sciences by an American delegation which included one British member: a journey of adventure; by LL, Sep.-Oct. 1992. [iii], 17 leaves, maps. 29.5 x 21 cm. Typewritten

/11 Letter from LL to John Hemming, Director, Royal Geographical Society, 20 July 1993 – thanks for accounts of Russian trip and forthcoming China expedition; has forwarded details to Mr Morrell of Voyages Jules Verne. 1 p. 29.5 x 21 cm. Word processed

/12 Stavropol Museum of Local History: catalogue. [25] pp., illus. 24.5 x 17 cm. Printed

/13 The Stavropol State Joint Museum of Local Lore, History and Economy. 5 pp., illus. 23.5 x 14 cm. Printed

/14 International Cooperation in the field of archaeology; by Leningrad Branch of the Institute of Archaeology, USSR, Leningrad, Nauka, 1993. 9 pp., phots. 20 x 11.5 cm. Printed

/15 Experimental-use-wear investigations in the USSR; by G.F. Korobkova and A.K. Filippov. Leningrad, Nauka, 1987. 7 pp., illus., phots. 22 x 10 cm. Printed

/16 Medieval town-fortresses in the North-West of the USSR; by A.N. Kirpichnikov and V.M. Masson. Leningrad, Nauka, 1983. 3 pp., illus., plan. 22 x 20 cm. Printed

/17 Recent archaeological discoveries in Central Asia; by V.M. Masson and V.I. Raspopova. Leningrad, Nauka, 1983. 3 pp., illus. 22 x 20 cm. Printed

/18 Le paléolithique en URSS; découvertes récentes; by V.P. Lubine and N.D. Praslov. Leningrad, Nauka, 1987. 5 pp., illus., phots. 22 x 20 cm. Printed

/19 Intriguing trip to Russia: Laura lifts the old Iron curtain on a distant past. Herald, 22 May 1993. 1 newspaper cutting pasted to a sheet. 23.5 x 20 cm. Printed

/20 16 colour photographs of archaeological tour of Russia, Oct.-Nov. 1992. Various sizes. In photograph wallet

 /1 Traffic roundabout, St Petersburg. 1 photograph. 11 x 16 cm

 /2 Cruising the canals, St Petersburg: [bridge]. 1 photograph. 11 x 16 cm

 /3 Left restored building – right building still to be restored, cruising on the canals, St Petersburg. 1 photograph. 11 x 16 cm

 /4 Cruising the canals, St Petersburg: [bridge]. 1 photograph. 11 x 16 cm

 /5 Street kiosks in St Petersburg. 1 photograph. 11 x 16 cm

 /6 Metro station in a suburb, St Petersburg. 1 photograph. 11 x 16 cm

 /7 Street scene, St Petersburg. 1 photograph. 11 x 16 cm

 /8 Vitoslavitsy Museum of wooden architecture, Novgorod. 1 photograph. 16 x 11 cm

 /9 Foothill of Central Caucasus Mountains, snow covered ranges in far horizon. 1 photograph. 11 x 16 cm

/10 Caucasus mountains from helicopter, Mt. Elbruz, the highest mt. in Europe in the background. 1 photograph. 11 x 16 cm

/11 Members of the tour group 1992 near Caucasus Range. 1 photograph. 11 x 16 cm

/12 On the left, a medieval fortification of the Alan culture, about 6-9th century AD on a high isolated hilltop, these fortresses controlled the Silk Route through the Northern Caucasus. 1 photograph. 11 x 16 cm

/13 Waiting for the helicopters to arrive at an airport near Kislovodsk to fly us to remote archaeological sites in the Caucasus region of foothills. 1 photograph. 11 x 12 cm

/14 Visiting burial mounds in the Central Caucasus by helicopter – the first foreigners to fly this way in Russian airspace. 1 photograph. 9 x 13 cm

/15 Prof. John Cornell (University of Texas) talking to LL, anthropologist – Prof. Ian Brown (University of Alabama), Central Caucasus. 1 photograph. 15 x 10 cm

/16 Visiting burial mounds in the Central Caucasus in 1992, the first foreigners to fly by helicopter in this Russian airspace. 1 photograph. 11 x 16 cm

 /4 Immigration; by LL, 1993. 4 leaves. 29.5 x 21 cm. Word processed

 /5 Letter from Winston S. Churchill to LL, 25 June 1993 – thanks for LL support for remarks on immigration; enlarges on need for immigration curbs; thanks LL for sending her article. 1 p. 29.5 x 21 cm. Word processed and handwritten

 /6 Citizen Ambassador Program Expedition ’93 to the People’s Republic of China, and the Three Gorges Dam area. Papers, photographs and publications. Various sizes

 /1 [Invitation to join the ‘Expedition ’93’], 14 May 1993. 2 leaves. 29.5 x 21 cm. Typewritten

 /2 Proposed schedule of activities. 4 pp., illus., map. 28 x 21.5 cm. Printed

 /3 [Bulletin update on travel information, 7 Sep. 1993]. 1 p. 28 x 21.5 cm. Typewritten

 /4 [Bulletin from Kathryn Parker, Program Information wishing the delegates a memorable experience]. 1 p. 28 x 21.5 cm. Typewritten

 /5 [Letter enclosing airline itinerary, flights, contacts and hotel bookings], 6 Oct. 1993. 5 leaves. 28 x 21.5 cm. Typewritten

 /6 Schedule of activities, 21 Oct.-2 Nov. 1993. 11 pp. 28 x 21.5 cm. Typewritten

 /7 Time schedule of activities, Beijing 21-25 Oct. 1993. 2 leaves. 29.5 x 21 cm. Word processed

 /8 Princess cruise ship rooming list, 6 Oct. 1993. 3 leaves. 28 x 21.5 cm. Word processed

 /9 Hotel rooming list, 6 Oct. 1993. 4 leaves. 28 x 21.5 cm. Word processed

/10 Travel manual for delegates. [vi], 28 pp., and 4 leaves of tables. 28 x 21.5 cm. Printed

/11 Delegate biographies. [ii], 17 pp. 28 x 21.5 cm. Word processed

/12 [Instructions for embarking Princess cruise ship]. 1 p. 30 x 21 cm. Word processed

/13 Program in Chongqing. 1 p. 26 x 18.5 cm. Printed

/14 Itinerary for PTP sexology delegation. 1 p. 26.5 x 18.5 cm. Printed

/15 Itinerary for PTP expedition, 29-31 Oct. 1 p. 26.5 x 20 cm. Printed

/16 Departure from Wuhan to Hong Kong via Guangzhou. 3 leaves. 30 x 21 cm. Word processed

/17 Welcome to Hong Kong. 3 leaves. 29.5 x 21 cm. Word processed

/18 Roster of delegates. 19 pp. 28 x 21.5 cm. Word processed

/19 Letter from LL to Emanuele F. Portolese, 7 Nov. 1993 – thanks for Chinese experience; suggests tour to South Africa and possible itinerary. 1 p. 29.5 x 21 cm. Typewritten

/20 Letter from E.F. Portolese to LL, 9 Dec. 1993 – thanks for packages and article on experiences in China; may send copies of article to delegates; will consider tour of South Africa in 1995. 1 p. 29.5 x 21 cm. Word processed

/21 Note from Citizen Ambassador Program to Sexology delegates, 4 May 1994 – Dr M. Perry has videos of the expedition down the Yangzi River for sale. 1 p. 28 x 21.5 cm. Word processed

/22 People’s Republic of China: map indicating route of expedition. 1 map. 16.5 x 21 cm. Printed

/23 The Uygur nationality; edited by China Pictorial Publications. Beijing, New star Press, 1992. (Pictorial China 151). 11 pp., illus. 25 x 12 cm. Printed

/24 China’s Xinghuo project; edited by China Pictorial Publications. Beijing, New Star Press, 1992. (Pictorial China 153). 11 pp., illus. 25 x 12 cm. Printed

/25 Oil prospecting and exploitation on land; edited by China Pictorial Publications. Beijing, New Star Press, 1992. (Pictorial China 155). 11 pp., illus. 25 x 12 cm. Printed

/26 The Shantou SEZ; edited by China Pictorial Publications. Beijing, New Star Press, 1992. (Pictorial China 158). 11 pp., illus. 25 x 12 cm. Printed

/27 China; compiled by Qin Shi. New Star Publ., 1992. [vi], 71 pp., illus., maps, plates, tables. 20 x 11 cm. Printed

/28 Three Gorges project – impact on environment; by Deng Shulin. (China Today). 3 pp., illus. 28 x 21.5 cm. Printed

/29 The Three Gorges project: a result of science and democracy; by Deng Shulin (China Today). 4 pp., illus. 28 x 21.5 cm. Printed

/30 The issue of resettlement; by Deng Shulin (China Today). 3 pp., illus. 28 x 21.5 cm. Printed

/31 The Yangtze gorges; by Changjiang China Travel Service. 1 map. 8 x 18 cm. Printed

/32 The Yangzi River. 1 map. 18 x 24.5 cm. Printed

/33 Map of the Yangtse River: the towns and cities and sights of the Yangtse River. [Thomas Cook, 1993-4]. 1 p., illus. 27 x 19.5 cm. Printed

/34 Mutianyu great wall; edited by Beijing Mutianyu Great Wall Cable Car Corporation. Beijing, China Tourism Publishing House, [nd]. 2 pp., illus. 26 x 18.5 cm. Printed

/35 Photographs of the Citizen Ambassador Delegation, China tour, Sep.-Oct. 1993 taken by LL. Various sizes

 /1 Courier, tour of Beijing. 1 photograph. 8 x 5 cm

 /2 Through the windscreen of tourist coach in Beijing. 1 photograph. 10- x 15 cm

 /3 Street scene, Beijing, 1 photograph. 10 x 15 cm

 /4 Street scene, Beijing. 1 photograph. 10 x 15 cm

 /5 Street scene, Beijing: [bicycles]. 1 photograph. 5 x 8 cm

 /6 Street scene, Beijing: [bicycles]. 1 photograph. 5 x 8 cm

 /7 Street scene, Beijing. 1 photograph. 10 x 15 cm

 /8 Tuk-tuk taxi, Beijing. 1 photograph. 10 x 15 cm

 /9 Street scene, Beijing. 1 photograph. 10 x 15 cm

/10 Street scene, Beijing: [bicycles and shops]. 1 photograph. 10 x 15 cm

/11 Street scene, Beijing: [shops]. 1 photograph. 10 x 15 cm

/12 Street scene, Beijing. 1 photograph. 10 x 15 cm

/13 Beijing street scene. 1 photograph. 10 x 15 cm

/14 Beijing street scene. 1 photograph. 10 x 15 cm

/15 Street scene, China: [basket carrier]. 1 photograph. 5 x 7.5 cm

/16 Street scene, Beijing: [street traders]. 1 photograph. 5 x 7.5 cm

/17 Street scene, Beijing. 1 photograph. 5 x 8 cm [see also MS 446/6/35/66]

/18 Street scene, Beijing. 1 photograph. 5 x 8 cm

/19 Street scene, China. 1 photograph. 5 x 8 cm

/20 Street scene, China. 1 photograph. 5 x 8 cm

/21 Street scene in Beijing. 1 photograph. 5 x 8 cm

/22 Street stalls in Beijing. 1 photograph. 5 x 8 cm

/23 Street vendor in Beijing. 1 photograph. 5 x 8 cm

/24 Street vendor in Beijing. 1 photograph. 5 x 8 cm

/25 Pavement vendor and busker, Beijing. 1 photograph. 5 x 8 cm

/26 Tourist coach outside Imperial Palace. 1 photograph. 10 x 15 cm

/27 Wall surrounding Imperial Palace, Beijing. 1 photograph. 10 x 15 cm

/28 Imperial Palace, Beijing. 1 photograph. 10 x 15 cm

/29 Imperial Palace, Beijing. 1 photograph. 10 x 15 cm

/30 Imperial Palace, Beijing. 1 photograph. 5 x 8 cm

/31 Imperial Palace, Beijing. 1 photograph. 5 x 8 cm

/32 Imperial Palace, Beijing. 1 photograph. 5 x 8 cm

/33 Outside Imperial Palace in Beijing. 1 photograph. 5 x 8 cm

/34 Child outside Imperial Palace. 1 photograph. 15 x 10 cm

/35 Outside in street, Imperial Palace. 1 photograph. 10 x 15 cm

/36 Tiananmen Square, Beijing. 1 photograph. 15 x 10 cm

/37 Tiananmen Square, Beijing. 1 photograph. 5 x 8 cm

/38 Mother and child in Tiananmen Square. 1 photograph. 15 x 10 cm

/39 Tiananmen Square, Beijing. 1 photograph. 5 x 8 cm

/40 Chinese sightseers in Tiananmen Square. 1 photograph. 5 x 8 cm

/41 Chinese sightseers in Tiananmen Square. 1 photograph. 5 x 8 cm

/42 Pandas at Beijing Zoo. 1 photograph. 10 x 15 cm

/43 Pandas at Beijing Zoo. 1 photograph. 5 x 8 cm

/44 Pandas at Beijing Zoo. 1 photograph. 5 x 8 cm

/45 Beijing Zoo: notice board. 1 photograph. 5 x 8 cm

/46 Jade worker in factory, Beijing. 1 photograph. 5 x 8 cm

/47 Old men playing a game, China. 1 photograph. 5 x 8 cm

/48 Lunching in Zongshan Park, Beijing. 1 photograph. 5 x 8 cm

/49 Chinese at lunch in Zongshan Park. 1 photograph. 5 x 8 cm

/50 Commuter bus, Beijing. 1 photograph. 10 x 15 cm

/51 Chinese bus, Beijing. 1 photograph. 5 x 8 cm

/52 Local bus commuters in Beijing. 1 photograph. 5 x 8 cm

/53 Modern flats, Beijing. 1 photograph. 15 x 10 cm

/54 The Great Wall at Mutianyu. 1 photograph. 10 x 15 cm

/55 The Great Wall at Mutianyu. 1 photograph. 7.5 x 5 cm

/56 The Great Wall at Mutianyu. 1 photograph. 5 x 7.5 cm

/57 Cable way to Great Wall at Mutianyu. 1 photograph. 5 x 8 cm

/58 Great Wall China at Mutianyu: [warrior on horse back]. 1 photograph. 5 x 7.5 cm

/59 Yangtze river. 1 photograph. 10 x 15 cm

/60 Yangtze river. 1 photograph. 10 x 15 cm

/61 Cruise ship Princess on Yangtze near Daning River area. 1 photograph. 5 x 8 cm

/62 River scene on Yangtze, Daning River area. 1 photograph. 5 x 8 cm

/63 River scene on Yangtze, Daning River area. 1 photograph. 8 x 5 cm

/64 Street scene Wuhan. 1 photograph. 10 x 15 cm

/65 Street scene Wuhan. 1 photograph. 10 x 15 cm

/66 Wuhan street? 1 photograph. 10 x 15 cm. [see also MS 446/6/35/17]

/67 Wuhan street scene. 1 photograph. 5 x 8 cm

/68 Wuhan street scene. 1 photograph. 5 x 8 cm

/69 Wuhan street scene. 1 photograph. 5 x 8 cm

/70 Wuhan street scene. 1 photograph. 5 x 8 cm

/71 Wuhan street scene. 1 photograph. 5 x 8 cm

/72 Street scene, China. 1 photograph. 5 x 8 cm

/73 Street scene, Wuhan. 1 photograph. 8 x 5 cm

/74 Street scene, Wuhan. 1 photograph. 5 x 8 cm

/75 Outside carpet factory Wuhan. 1 photograph. 5 x 7.5 cm

/76 Carpet factory Wuhan. 1 photograph. 10 x 15.5 cm

/77 Museum in Wuhan. 1 photograph. 5 x 8 cm

/78 View from window of New Asia Hotel, Wuhan. 1 photograph. 5 x 8 cm

/79 Outside New Asia Hotel, Wuhan. 1 photograph. 5 x 8 cm

/80 View of Yangtze River from bridge in Wuhan. 1 photograph. 5 x 8 cm

/81 River at Wuhan. 1 photograph. 5 x 7.5 cm

/82 Yellow Crane Park, Wuhan. 1 photograph. 15 x 10 cm

/83 Yellow Crane Park. 1 photograph. 5 x 8 cm

/84 Yellow Crane Park. 1 photograph. 8 x 5 cm

/85 Pagoda Yellow Crane Park. 1 photograph. 8 x 5 cm

/86 Yellow Crane Park. 1 photograph. 5 x 8 cm

/87 Yellow Crane Park. 1 photograph. 5 x 8 cm

/88 Street scene: [Yellow Crane Park]. 1 photograph. 8 x 5 cm

/89 Pagoda Yellow Park. 1 photograph. 5 x 8 cm

/90 Riverside Yellow Crane Tower. 1 photograph. 5 x 8 cm

/91 Yueyang Street. 1 photograph. 10 x 15 cm

/92 Street scene Yueyang. 1 photograph. 5 x 8 cm

/93 Yueyang leisure area. 1 photograph. 5 x 8 cm

/94 Kindergarten school children Yueyang. 1 photograph. 5 x 8 cm

/95 Preparing food for lunch at Yichang. 1 photograph. 5 x 8 cm

/96 Lunch at city restaurant at Yichang. 1 photograph. 5 x 8 cm

/97 Lecture at Yichang on Dam project. 1 photograph. 5 x 8 cm

/98 Hubei Provincial Museum, ancient bell instrument. 1 photograph. 5 x 8 cm

/99 Players of the ancient musical bells, Hubei Provincial Museum. 1 photograph. 5 x 8 cm

/100 Hubei Provincial Museum, the ancient bell musical instrument. 1 photograph. 5 x 8 cm

/101 China Air aircraft at Quangzhou – flights to Hong Kong. 1 photograph. 5 x 8 cm

/102 Hong Kong harbour. 1 photograph. 5 x 8 cm

/103 Hong Kong floating restaurant. 1 photograph. 5 x 8 cm

/104 Beach at Hong Kong. 1 photograph. 5 x 7.5 cm

/105 Citizen Ambassador Delegation in a river boat. 1 photograph. 9 x 13 cm

/36 Negatives of MS 446/6/35 filed in a photograph print wallet

 /7 The Yangtze River Dam project: an account of the Citizen Ambassador Program expedition ’93 to the People’s Republic of China and Hong Kong, joining in Beijing and concluding in Hong Kong; by Laura Longmore (Edwards), 20 Oct.-3 Nov. 1993. [i], 21 leaves, illus., maps, tables. 29.5 x 21 cm. Typewritten

 /8 Polygamy among the Venda; by LL, 1996. [i], 11, iii leaves, illus., map, bibl. 30 x 21 cm. Word processed

 /1 Letter from LL to The Editor, Man, 22 Nov. 1996 – encloses article on polygamy for consideration for publication in Man, if presented by the Society she would like 30 offprints. 1 p. 29.5 x 21 cm. Typewritten

 /9 Let’s travel: a study of people and places around the world; by LL, 1998. 131 leaves, illus., maps. 29.5 x 21 cm. Typewritten

/10 Laura Longmore writes poetry under the name of Laura Edwards, I was nominated 1999 Poet of the Year [by the] International Society of Poets Convention in Washington [when] over 2000 poets from all over the world were present – I was unable to attend. 1 folder containing 7 papers. 29.5 x 20.5 cm. Typewritten

 /1 Poetry; by LL, Laura Edwards, May 1998. 1 p. 28.5 x 21 cm. Typewritten

 /2 Your poem can now be enjoyed by 100 million people at the click of a mouse; by Alex Hanley. 1 cutting. 16.5 x 9 cm. Printed. Attached to a sheet 21 x 19.5 cm

 /3 A personal invitation to a distinguished few: [leaflet]. 2 pp. 14 x 11 cm. Printed

 /4 [Nomination as a Member of the International Society of Poets]. 1 card of 3 pp. 12.5 x 17 cm. Printed

 /5 Editor’s Choice award presented to Laura Edwards …: Certificate. 2 leaves. 14 x 21.5 cm. Printed

 /6 Letter from President, International Society of Poets to Laura Edwards (LL), Apr. 2000 – nominated as Poet of the Year for 2000; invitation and instructions for induction; presentation details. 4 pp. 28 x 21.5 cm. Printed

 /7 Poet’s Corner, vol. 10, no. 1. [Washington, International Society of Poets, 2000]. 4 pp., illus., phots. 28 x 22 cm. Printed

/11 A blossom of dreams; edited by Tiffany Piper. Sittingbourne, International Library of Poetry, 1998. [viii], 331 pp. Spree; by Laura Edwards, p. 25 and sleep; by Laura Edwards, p. 154. 23 x 15.5 cm. Printed

/12 The secret of twilight; edited by Tiffany Piper. Sittingbourne, International Library of Poetry, 1998. [viii], 244 pp. The kiss; by Laura Edwards, p. 261. 23.5 x 16 cm. Printed

/13 In times of conflict; edited by Joanne Baxter. Peterborough, Poetry Now, 1999. [x], 112 pp. Autumn after the Falklands; by Laura Edwards, p. 22. 20 x 14.5 cm. Printed

/14 The chamber of dreams; edited by Erin L. Keenan. Owing Mills, International Library of Poetry, 2000. iv, 313 pp. Forewarned; by Laura Edwards, p. 23. 28.5 x 22 cm. Printed

/15 Tides of memory; edited by Megan C. Olsen. Owing Mills, International Library of Poetry, 2000. [vi], 236 pp. Love is all things; by Laura Edwards, p. 50. 28.5 x 22 cm. Printed

/16 Land of Sheba; by Laura Longmore. London, New Millennium, 2001. xx, 269 pp., maps, bibl. 21 x 14 cm. Printed

/17 Correspondence: 20 letters. 29.5 x 21 cm. Typewritten

 /1 LL to Museum of Mankind Library, 24 May 1991 – wants the RAI to deposit two manuscripts with her previous one. 1 p.

 /2 RAI Library Officer to LL, 7 June 1991 – acknowledges receipt of manuscripts; explains the situation in which the RAI collections operate. 1 p.

 /3 LL to Library, RAI, 20 Sep. 1993 – encloses papers for MS collection including an account of a trip to Russia in 1992; joining a delegation to China in 1993. 1 p.

 /4 RAI to LL, 27 Sep. 1993 – acknowledges receipt of papers on Russian expedition; encloses seminar papers for 150 anniversary of RAI

 /5 LL to RAI, 13 Dec. 1993 – thanks for seminar list; sends account of her China expedition; would like a list of journals which publish on Africa. 1 p.

 /6 RAI to LL, 16 Dec. 1993 – acknowledges China journey MS and sends African journals list. 1 p.

 /7 LL to RAI, 15 Sep. 1994 – sends Russian and Chinese material; mentions collections of photographs of black life in Johannesburg [never received = cataloguer’s note]; bemoans publication difficulties. 1 p.

 /8 RAI to LL, 21 Sep. 1994 – acknowledges receipt

 /9 LL to RAI, 1 June 1995 – thanks for p. 54 of MS on ‘The Dispossessed’; encloses cuttings; going to write novels. 1 p.

/10 Secretary, IUAES to LL, 2 May 1997 – invitation to the 14th Congress of the International Union of Anthropological and Ethnological Sciences to be held in Williamsburg, Va, 26 July-1 Aug. 1998. 1 p.

/11 LL to RAI, 6 May 1997 – sending mass of press cuttings; disposing of all papers and books; writing poetry; cannot get books published. 1 p.

/12 RAI to LL, 22 May 1997 – acknowledges receipt of parcels. 1 p.

/13 LL to RAI, 8 July 1998 – moved hotels; sending papers on China; writing poetry. 1 p.

/14 LL to RAI, 27 Oct. 1998 – sending manuscript and copy of novel on Ethiopia and Eritrea. 1 p.

/15 RAI to LL, 28 Oct. 1998 – acknowledges receipt. 1 p.

/16 J.R. Hudak, Art Dept., Georgia Southern University to LL, 22 July 1998 – invitation to be part of delegation on Indigenous Art to Australia and New Zealand, 6-18 Dec. 1998. 1 p.

/17 People to People Ambassador Programs art delegation to New Zealand and Australia: proposed schedule of activities. 2 leaves. Printed

/18 LL to Prof. J.R. Hudak, 31 July 1998 – thanks for invitation and regrets cannot attend. 1 p. 17 x 18 cm

/19 LL to RAI, 26 Feb. 2001 – encloses writing and books; regrets never having visited the Library. 1 p.

/20 LL to RAI, 7 Mar. 2002 – disposing of books and papers and is sending them to the RAI. 1 p.