Sir Purshotamdas Thakurdas and others. A Plan of Economic Development for India dated 1944. 56pp.
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.
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.)
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.