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HACKETT, PETER

MS 380514Photocopies of the manuscript field notes of Peter Hackett, who workedwith G. van Bulck on the collection of material for the third volume ofthe Linguistic Survey of the Northern Bantu Borderlands, which neverreached publication. The research was undertaken in 1949, and the translationand annotation is in French, as van Bulck (a Belgian) undertook the transcriptionof data. 3 boxes. Handlist.


HAIMENDORF, CHRISTOPH VON F‹RER

PP MS 19Papers, dated c.1936-1990, of Professor Christoph von F¸rer-Haimendorf, Special Officer Subansiri, External Affairs Department, Government of India, 1944-1945; Adviser to HEH the Nizamís Government and Professor of Anthropology at the Osmania University, 1945-1949; Professor of Anthropology at the School of Oriental & African Studies, 1951-1976. Collection comprises diaries (some in German), anthropological field-notes, published and unpublished works, teaching and research notes, maps and diagrams. Papers relate to the peoples of India, including the Nagas of Assam, tribal groups of Hyderabad (including Chenchus, Reddis and Gonds of Adilabad), and Sherpas of Nepal. Also includes diaries of Betty F¸rer-Haimendorf, and a series of papers created by RenÈ de Nebesky-Wojkowitz, 1923-1959, concerning his studies of Tibetan sacred dance, iconography and ritual.56 boxes.Handlist.Special access conditions apply.


HAKE, ANDREW

PP MS 46Correspondence and papers of Andrew Augustus Gordon Hake (born 1925). Workedas an industrial missionary in Kenya, 1957-1969 under the auspices of theNational Christian Council for Kenya. The papers detail his work in seekingto establish fair working conditions in Kenya's industrial sector, whilstalso presenting the case of the unemployed, and bringing the plight ofthe homeless and refugees to the consciousness of government officials.95 boxes. Handlist.


HAKE, GEORGE GORDON

PP MS 40Papers of George Gordon Hake (1847-1903). Worked with the British SouthAfrica Company, and later with Tanganyika Telegraph Services, 1889-1903in the Mashonaland area. He died suddenly in the field in 1903. Paperscontain his correspondence mainly with his wife and children during thetime of his work abroad. 4 boxes. Handlist.


HALL, DANIEL GEORGE EDWARD

PP MS 18Correspondence and research papers, dated c. 1949-1970, of Daniel GeorgeEdward Hall (1891-1979). From 1921 to 1934 he was Professor of Historyat the University of Rangoon. He held the Chair in South East Asian Historyat the School of Oriental and African Studies from 1949 to 1959. 10 boxes.Handlist.


HALL, FRANCIS GEORGE

MS 225864Typescripts of letters from Francis George Hall (1860-1901) to his father,dated 1880-1901. Worked in South Africa, 1880-1891, and as Acting Superintendentand then District Officer with the Kikuyu for the Imperial British EastAfrica Company, 1892-1901. 3 volumes. Handlist.


HARDYMAN, JAMES TRENCHARD

PP MS 63Articles, biographical material, papers, press-cuttings, notes and photographs,1853-1995, of James Trenchard Hardyman (1918-1995), architect and LMS missionary.The material reflects his strong interests in Malagasy history and cultureas well as extensive material relating to other LMS missionaries. 85 boxes.Handlist.


HART, SIR ROBERT

PP MS 67, MS 211081 and MS 211351Correspondence, dated 1868-1906, between Sir Robert Hart (1835-1911), Inspector-Generalof the Chinese Maritime Customs 1863-1906, and James Duncan Campbell, hisagent in Europe. 7 boxes. For detailed list see Papers relating to theChinese Maritime Customs 1860-1943, London: SOAS, 1973.


HENDERSON, EUGENIE JANE ANDRINA

PP MS 45Papers and correspondence of Eugenie Jane Andrina Henderson (1914-1989).Lecturer in South East Asian languages, School of Oriental and AfricanStudies, Head of the Department 1960-1966, Head of the Department of Phoneticsand Linguistics, 1966-1969 and Professor of Phonetics, 1964-1982; Fellowof the British Academy, 1986. 105 boxes. Bound handlist.


HIGGINS, JOHN COMYN

MS 95022Notes and narratives, dated c. 1910-1946, of political and social significanceregarding Manipuri State, India by John Comyn Higgins (1882-1952). Enteredthe Indian Civil Service in 1906, Political Agent Manipur State 1917-1933,Chairman, Assam Public Service Commission 1944-1945. 2 boxes. Handlist.


HODSON, HENRY VINCENT

PP MS 39Papers of Henry Vincent Hodson (born 1906). Reforms Commissioner of theGovernment of India, 1941-1942; Editor, Sunday Times, 1950-1961; Editor,Annual Register of World Events, 1973-88. Correspondence and research materials,including tape-recorded interviews related to his book The Great Divide:Britain-India-Pakistan, published 1969. 8 boxes. Handlist.


HOLT COLLECTION OF THE MAHDI

PP MS 7Notes, facsimiles and microfilms of manuscripts relating to Muhammed Ahmadibn 'Abd Allah, the Mahdi (1848-1885), collected by Professor Peter MalcolmHolt (born 1918). Lecturer and later Professor of the History of the Nearand Middle East, School of Oriental and African Studies, 1955-1982. 8 boxes.Handlist.


HUGHES, H. G. A.

PP MS 29Research notes, papers, microfilms and audio tapes collected by H. G. A.Hughes (b.1921). Lecturer in linguistics with reference to Oceanic languagesat the School of Oriental and African Studies, 1949-1954. The collectionchiefly relates to the Pacific, but also includes material relating toWales. 3 boxes. Handlist.


HUNTINGFORD, GEORGE WYNN BRERETON

PP MS 17Correspondence, seminar papers and reports relating to the history, languagesand culture of the peoples of East Africa, collected by G.W.B. Huntingford,Lecturer in East African Languages and Cultures, School of Oriental andAfrican Studies 1950-1966. Papers dated 1920s-1974. 13 boxes. Handlist.