Archive / Papers / Benthall: Box 9


  1. file marked ‘General file while on leave in 1937’. Business and private correspondence received while on leave in England:

    Coal mine reports, i.e. Kavanpura – Societa Marmifera Italiana – Jute Mills – staff appointments – Kumardhubi Steel Foundry – Assam Saw Mills – Karanpura Leases – business negotiations in Japan (Mr. Tapuchi) – unemployment of undergraduates – Eastern Minerals Ltd. Jute Mills Apprentice Scheme – Financial position of both firms July 1937 – Sirka Bose Coal Mine – labour difficulties – Foundation ceremony of the Dalmis Cement Company in Karachi – Journal of the Indian Society of Oriental Art (Luzac & Co.) – Isco Iron Ore – Lady Benthall’s ill health – position of the Star of India – resignation of C.H. Jenner – Trade Unions in Jute Mills – requests for positions in India – Coal Contracts – Katras Coalmine – Rai Bahadur Promatha Nath Mullick, – Draft speech on the founding of Calcutta by Job Charnock – Rules for the granting of Retiring Allowance for Indian Staff in Head Office – Somakunda Baling Share – Note on Chandigarh sandstone deposits – pig iron for Japan. 483pp.