MC:P2/3/1C Correspondence on Sudanese matters before 1939
MC:P2/3/1C/1 24 Jul and 30 Sep 1930
Envelope containing a letter to Dodds-Parker informing him that he has been selected as a Probationer in the Sudan Political Service, and his contract for a grant to attend the Tropical African Services Course of Instruction.
MC:P2/3/1C/2 26 Nov–1 Dec 1930
Correspondence on a Life Insurance Policy for Dodds-Parker [4 items].
7 letters and postcards to Dodds-Parker on various matters. Correspondents include Barbara Symes (the daughter of Sir Stewart Symes, the Governor-General of the Sudan from 1934).
MC:P2/3/1C/4 Jan–Jul 1931
Correspondence on Dodds-Parker’s financial affairs on his employment in the Sudan [7 letters].
MC:P2/3/1C/5 22 & 28 Aug 1931
2 postcards to Dodds-Parker from Germany, one from Ruth Ricci, the other from several friends.
MC:P2/3/1C/6 30 Jun–13 Jul 1931
Application from, and Permit to, Dodds-Parker to take his guns to the Sudan with him.
Dodds-Parker’s visiting card, from his time in the Sudan Political Service.
MC:P2/3/1C/8 14 Jun–11 Dec 1935
4 letters to Dodds-Parker from G.B. Symes (address the Palace, Khartoum), on Sudanese matters. A photograph of Dodds-Parker and other officials, as well as local Sudanese, sitting on a veranda, presumably on official business, was included with these.
MC:P2/3/1C/9 Aug 1935–Mar 1936
Four letters to Dodds-Parker from Barbara Symes, address (usually), the Palace, Khartoum.
MC:P2/3/1C/10 22 Jan 1938
Letter to Dodds-Parker from an (illegible) member of the British Legation, Addis Ababa, thanking him after a visit.
Envelope with letters and press-cuttings, relating to affairs in Czechoslovakia [9 items].
Collection of 7 letters written to Dodds-Parker from friends and colleagues in Canada, Australia, the Sudan and Oxford.
MC:P2/3/1C/13 30 May 1938–1 Jun 1939
6 letters and telegrams relating to Dodds-Parker’s work in the Sudan, in particular his unsuccessful application to join a team in Palestine.
MC:P2/3/1C/14 Dec 1938–Apr 1939
Envelope of papers relating to Dodds-Parker’s work as correspondent for The Times in Khartoum [9 items].
MC:P2/3/1C/15 Jan–Jul 1939
5 letters on Dodds-Parker and the Sudan, Dodds-Parker’s future, and the impending war.
MC:P2/3/1C/16 6 Mar 1940
Letter to Dodds-Parker from the Egyptian Minister of Public Works, congratulating him on an unspecified matter.
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