|St John's Library/Balls/I contains:|
|<-- See earlier|
||'A pioneer of cotton entomology - Frank C. Willcocks, 1883-1955'
||'The spring garden of 1957'
||'Dr. D.S. Gracie'
||'Varied weather in a garden'
||Typescript letter from Balls to the editor of 'The Empire Cotton Growing Review'
||Typescript letter from Balls to the editor of the 'Journal of the Textile Institute'
||'Arno S. Pearse. An appreciation'
||Typescript foreword to a brochure about the technological studies made on Pakistani cottons at Bombay
||Manuscript notes headed 'Talk about Egypt. All Fool's Day 1960'
||Typescript list of Balls' publications 1905-1946
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Papers of William Lawrence Balls
||'Egypt and the U.K.'
||14 Aug. 1953
|Extent and Medium
|Content and context|
Shows a map drawn by Balls to confound a critic who took exception to his describing Egypt as "that little land" in a book about cotton growing under irrigation. Cutting from 'Daily Telegraph & Morning Post', 14 Aug. 1953.
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