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PAGET, WILLIAM, 6TH BARON PAGET
PP MS 4 Letters and papers, dated c. 1689-1706, of William Paget, 6th Baron Paget (1637-1713) Ambassador at Vienna 1689-93 and Ambassador Extraordinary to Turkey 1693-1702 and 1705-06. 21 boxes. Summary list.
PANDEY, DR BISHWA NATH
PP MS 2 2Papers of Dr Bishwa Nath Pandey (1929-1983). Lecturer at the School of Oriental and African Studies, 1963; Reader, 1980. The collection contains correspondence, photographs and notes, mainly relating to his book Nehru, which was published in 1976, as well as early manuscript and typescript drafts of the work itself. 8 boxes. Handlist.
PARSONS, FREDERICK WILLIAM
PP MS 50 Papers, pertaining to Hausa language and linguistics, of Frederick William Parsons (b.1908), Colonial Administrative Service (Nigeria) 1932-1945; Lecturer and subsequently Reader in Hausa at the School of Oriental and African Studies, 1946-1975. 14 boxes. Handlist.
PEARCE, REGINALD FREDERIC GEORGE
MS 380397 Papers relating mainly to civil rights issues in South Africa, of Reginald Frederic George Pearce (born 1915). Ordained into the Anglican church, 1940; worked in the church in South Africa, 1958-1967; personally involved in anti-apartheid causes. He returned to England in 1968. Correspondence, newsletters, scrapbook of press cuttings and notes, dated 1902-1973. 1 box. Handlist.
PERLMAN, MELVIN LEE
PP MS 38 Collection of research data gathered by Melvin Lee Perlman (1933-1988), American anthropologist, during 1959-1962 for a study on Toro marriages in Uganda. Also data gathered for research on Tea Estate Workers in Uganda and articles and transcripts of lectures. 42 boxes. Handlist.
PHILIPPINE REPUBLICAN GOVERNMENT
PP MS 10 Presidential Economic Staff Industrial Programme Office Reports and Projects Development Position Papers. 9 boxes. Handlist.
PLAATJE, SOLOMON TSHEKISHOI
MS 375495 Biographical material, papers, notes, correspondence and photographs dated 1902-1932, of Solomon Tshekishoi Plaatje (1876-1932). Born in the Orange Free State of a strong Lutheran family. Elected General Corresponding Secretary to the newly formed African National Congress, 1912. Member of the Congress Delegation to London against the Natives Land Bill; delegate to the first Government Conference held under the Native Affairs Act. Author of numerous books including Native life in South Africa, Sechuana Proverbs, and A Sechuana Reader. 1 box. Handlist.
PORTUGUESE COLONIES COLLECTION
MS 346184 Papers and publications of the Conference des Organisations Nationalistes des Colonies Portugais as held at Casablanca, 18th-20th April 1961. Collected by Basil Davidson. 11 boxes. Handlist.
POWELL COLLECTION ON THE PHILIPPINES
PP MS 26 Correspondence and Philippine reference material dated 1926-86 collected by Ifor Ball Powell, historian and Philippine specialist. Includes photographs taken during his field trips in the 1920s. 164 boxes. Handlist.
MS 380651 Correspondence and transcripts of letters, dated 1884-1922, of Benjamin Pratt (1853-1931) who worked for the Methodist Missionary Society in India from 1880-1896. 2 boxes. Handlist.
PRATT, JOHN THOMAS SIR
PP MS 5 Correspondence and papers of Sir John Thomas Pratt (1876-1970). Consular Service, China 1898-1924; Adviser to the Foreign Office on Far Eastern affairs, 1925-1938; Head of Far East Section, Ministry of Information, 1939-1941. Most of the papers date from after 1941 and concern his various publications, his campaign against British involvement in the Korean War, lecture notes and press cuttings. Also correspondence of his first wife, Edith, Lady Pratt (died 1937) whom he married in 1914. 35 boxes. Handlist.
PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH OF ENGLAND,
FOREIGN MISSIONS COMMITTEE AND WOMEN'S MISSIONARY ASSOCIATION
PCE and PCE/WMA The Society was founded in 1847 though, unfortunately, little survives from pre-1900. English Presbyterian Missionaries worked chiefly in mainland China and Formosa [Taiwan] but also in Malaysia and in what is now Bangladesh. Correspondence, reports, photographs and published material. 247 boxes. Handlist.