Archive / Papers / Maxwell, Sir R. Papers: Box 2


This was listed as Box 12 in the original handlist.

    1. ‘The manual of office procedure’, by Sir Reginald Maxwell. (Accompaniment to No. 88, dated 28 February 1923, from Secretary, Retrenchment Committee.) Poona, 1923.
    2. ‘Government of India Secretariat: organisation and procedure’, by Sir Reginald Maxwell. GIPD – 536 (c) HD- S2-9.2.73 -10. Confidential.
    3. ‘Summary of Indian constitutional problem 1939-44.’ 2 pages MS by Sir Reginald Maxwell.
    4. Newspaper cuttings:
      • ‘Last days in the Assembly, 1944’.
      • ‘Gandhi Number’, 1949, published by the India League, London.
      • The Times of India, mail edition for Saturday 11 May ‘1929, with Bardoli report summary etc.
      • Two miscellaneous newspaper cuttings showing Sir Reginald Maxwell as the Governor of Bombay’s Secretary.
    5. Commemoration number of India News, 26 January 1950.
    6. Report of the special enquiry into the second revision settlement of the Bardoli and Chorasi Talukas. By R.S. Broomfield and R.M. Maxwell. Bombay, Government Press, 1929.
    7. Indian Independence Act, 1947.
    8. ‘India: Compensation for the Services …. April 1947.’ London, H.M.S.O. Cmd 7116.
    9. Selections from the records of the Bombay Government: No. DLVI N.S. Papers relating to the first revision settlement of the Honavar Taluka (including Bhatkal Pets) of the Kanara Collectorate Bombay, 1918.
    10. Papers relating to the first revision settlement of the Kumta Taluka of the Kanara Collectorate. Bombay, 1918. No. DLIV N.S.
    11. Folder containing miscellaneous papers: ‘An act to provide a suitable means of knowing who is to take whom in to dinner, and where they are to sit’.
    12. Seating plan for dinner at the Viceroy’s house, New Delhi, on Saturday 13 June 1942 and Friday 19 November 1943.
    13. I.C.S. dinner 8 September 1934 Poona – seating plan and menu; I.C.S. dinner 5 September 1938 – seating plan and menu.
    14. Caricature of Sir Reginald Maxwell in Hindustan Times Weekly 30 August 1942. TS extract from a letter from Sir Reginald to his mother, 1925, about Gokarn.
    15. Guest list and seating plan for dinner for Chiang Kai-Shek on 10 February 1942 at the Viceroy’s house, New Delhi.