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School of Oriental and African Studies Library: Calvert, James

Papers, 1837-1910s, of James Calvert and his wife Mary, including James Calvert's journals, 1838-1886 (some gaps), including his experiences in Fiji a...

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School of Oriental and African Studies Library: Guthrie, Malcolm

Papers, 1918-1978, of and relating to Malcolm Guthrie, including personal material...

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School of Oriental and African Studies Library: Hoole, Elijah

Journal, 1825-1829, of Elijah Hoole on his mission in India, describing his missionary work and life in India. The last few entries mention his illnes...

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School of Oriental and African Studies Library: Legge Family Papers

Papers, 1859-1897, of James and Hannah Legge, consisting primarily of letters written by James and Hannah Legge to their family, written between Octob...

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School of Oriental and African Studies Library: Legge, James

Correspondence and papers, 1831-c1905, of and relating to James Legge, comprising correspondence, largely manuscript and typescript copies (some later...

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School of Oriental and African Studies Library: Morrison, Robert

Correspondence and papers, 1814-1958, of and relating to Robert Morrison and his missionary work, translations, and life in China and Malacca, compris...

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School of Oriental and African Studies Library: Pollard, Samuel

Papers, 1885-1915, of the Rev Samuel Pollard, comprising 12 diaries, 1885-1915, describing life and work in China...

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School of Oriental and African Studies Library: Smith, Edwin

Papers, 1877-1949, of Edwin Smith, comprising Smith's typescript and manuscript translations from religious texts into the Ila language, 1905-c1915, m...

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School of Oriental and African Studies Library: Taylor, William Ernest

Collected papers, c1810-c1899 (some undated), of the Rev William Ernest Taylor, including Swahili verses, proverbs, chronicles, stories, songs, hymns,...

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