Archive / Papers / Barlow Family: Box 37

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Papers of Thomas Bradwall Barlow

37/1: Correspondence and papers relating to Thomas B. Barlow’s Malaysian visits 1963¬†Comprising:

  • personal diary with notes covering his visits (17 JAN – 28 FEB 1963, and 12 JAN – 28 FEB 1964);
  • correspondence with R. L. Grut, United Plantations Ltd, relating to the Sekong estate in North Borneo and their forthcoming visits (JAN – FEB);
  • various estate papers, estimates and sketch maps including Tampin Linggi, Edinburgh, Klabang, Torkington, Riverside, Sagga & Bradwall, and Muar River estates;
  • correspondence with John Johnstone, Tebrau Rubber Estates Ltd, concerning question of establishing local share registers for rubber companies and future ownership of Tebrau (JAN – FEB);
  • correspondence with Henry S. Barlow concerning his stay in North Borneo;
  • correspondence with Sir John D. Barlow regarding family and business matters;
  • correspondence with John K. Barlow and C. E. Hindson, Thomas Barlow & Bro., London, concerning business matters and estate management during his Far Eastern trip including North Borneo. (JAN – MAR);
  • memorandum – ‘Mr T. B. Barlow’s Notes on Estate Visits January/February 1963’;
  • publications – ‘North Borneo Today’;
  • ‘Manufacturing in Malaysia’, Malaysian Industrial Development Finance Ltd.

37/2: Correspondence and papers relating to Thomas B. Barlow’s Malaysian visits 1964¬†Comprising:

  • correspondence and papers including itinerary and notes for his visit (18 JAN – 23 FEB);
  • correspondence with C. E. Hindson, Thomas Barlow & Bro., London, including general estate management, valuation of Highlands estate land for compulsory purchase by Selangor State government (proposed new town);
  • black and white photograph of the Rasak estate (1908);
  • correspondence with C. R. Harrison, director, Highlands & Lowlands Para Rubber Co. Ltd (JAN – FEB);
  • correspondence with Sir John D. Barlow on family and business matters;
  • letter from Henry S. Barlow at Cambridge (2 FEB);
  • private circular published by Charles Bradburne & Co, regarding political/economic developments in Malaysia, including commentary on the Highlands land valuation for compulsory purchase (6 FEB);
  • series of papers, maps and financial accounts including sketch maps of the Edinburgh, Sungei Rengam, Midlands, Bukit Cheraka and Subang estates, expenditure estimates for Highlands Malaya Plantations Ltd, Vallambrossa Rubber Co. Ltd and Sungei Way (Selangor) Rubber Co. Ltd;
  • accounts and expenditure estimates for Highlands & Lowlands Para Rubber Co. Ltd and subsidiaries, 1963-64;
  • papers relating to the Bradwall estate including sketch maps and green budding trial programme;
  • typed memorandum, ‘Mr T. B. Barlow’s visit to Malaya, January 18 to February 23 1964’.