Archive / Papers / Farmer Papers: Box 5


  1. Sir Purshotamdas Thakurdas and others. A Plan of Economic Development for India dated 1944. 56pp.
  2. 22 pamphlets in the Oxford Pamphlets in Indian Affairs Series as follows:
    • No. 1. The Cultural Problem by A.J. Appasamy and others.
    • No. 4. Indian States by K.M. Panikkar.
    • No. 5. Democracy in India by A. Appadorai.
    • No. 7. Social Problems by S. Natarajan.
    • No. 8. The Food Supply by Radhakamal Mukerjee.
    • No. 9. The Land and its Problems by Sir T. Vijayaraghavacharya.
    • No. 11. Languages and the Linguistic Problem by Suniti Kumar Chatterji.
    • No. 12. The Health of India by John B. Grant.
    • No. 13. Iraq by Seton Lloyd.
    • No. 14. The Aboriginals by Verrier Elwin.
    • No. 15. The Educational System by K.G. Saiyadain and others.
    • No. 22. Racial Elements in the Population by B. S. Guha.
    • No. 23. Soil Erosion by Sir Harold Glover.
    • No. 25. Winning the Peace by F.L. Brayne.
    • No. 27. Broadcasting by Seth Drucquer.
    • No. 28. Mineral Resources by A.M. Heron.
    • No. 32. Industrial Location by Bimal C. Ghose.
    • No. 34. Transport by F.P. Antia.
    • No. 35. Architecture by Claude Batley.
    • No. 38. National Harmony by Percival Spear.
    • No. 39. Cooperation by W.R. S. Satthianadhan and J.C. Ryan.
    • No. 40. Australia and New Zealand by T. K. Critchley.
  3. Two pamphlets by F.L. Brayne:
    • The neglected partner. (Hampstead, Village Welfare Association, 1949.)
    • The peasant’s home – and its place in national planning. (Hampstead, Village Welfare Association, 1949.)
  4. Personal files of Mr Farmer relating to the establishment and scope of the Cambridge South Asian Archive.
    • Copies of letters mainly received from Sir Arthur Dash together with correspondence from possible donors to the Archive. 1968. [Sir Arthur Dash was appointed in February 1967 to take charge of Phase I of the Archive Project. He appealed for material in circulars sent to members of the Indian Civil Service Pensioners’ Association. See Volume 1 of this series, pp.vii-xi.]
    • Exchanges of correspondence with Miss J.C. Lancaster, Director of the India Office Library and Records, on the overlapping activities of the two archives. 1975.