Bequeathed by Dr (Thomas George) Percival Spear. Lecturer, St Stephen’s College, Delhi 1924-40; various posts in Ministry of Information and Broadcasting, Government of India 1940-45; Bursar, Selwyn College, Cambridge 1945-70; Lecturer in History, Cambridge University 1963-69.
The contents of this box were previously listed as Box 58.
- Folder containing correspondence etc. concerning Spear & Spear – “India Remembered” or “An Indian Garland”, including some photographs and negatives.
- Folder containing dissertation by R.R. Jillani ‘Rural Development and Local Government in Bangladesh (Study of the Union Parishad Leaders)’
- Folder containing 3 papers:-
- ‘Sayyid Ahmad Dehlavi and the Delhi Renaissance’ by Gail Minault
- ‘Shahjahanabad – The Mughal Delhi 1638-c.1803’ by Hamida Khatoon Naqvi
- Foreign Embassies to Aurangzib’s Court at Delhi 1661-1665′ by G.Z. Refai
- Folder containing paper by Gavin R.G. Hambly ‘Mallu Khan and Khizr Khan in the Twilight of Tughluqid Delhi: Competing Strategies for Survival in a Disintegrating Imperium, as Reflected in the Tarikh-i Mubarakshahi of Yahya ibu Ahmad Sihrindi’
- Folder containing 2 papers by Kenneth W. Jones:
- ‘Politicized Hinduism: The Ideology and Program of the Hindi Mahasabha’
- ‘The Arya Samaj in British India, 1875-1947’
- Correspondence concerning ‘Echoes of the Ancient World – The Mughals’