|<-- See earlier|
||Two letters from T. G. Djang [??? / Chang Tzu-kung / Zhang Zigong] about collaboration with Joseph Needham
||Letter from T. K. Cheng of Magdalen College, Oxford suggesting a meeting with Joseph Needham
||Correspondence with Dr Chêng Tien-Hsi [??? / Zheng Tianxi], Chinese Ambassador to the United Kingdom about the 'Science and Civilisation in China' book schedule
||Letter from [Sir] Horace Seymour of Westbury, Wiltshire, former British Ambassador to China following a request from Joseph Needham to look at his Chinese scrolls
||Note of bibliographical references
||Notes on 'Joseph Needham's China' written by DWS [Dorothea Waley Singer]
||Letter from Tenny L. Davis of Norwell, Massachusetts, U.S.A., about the outline for the 'Science and Civlisation in China' book
||Two letters from Rewi [Alley] from the Sandan Indusco Bailie School, China
||Copy of letter sent to G. R. E. Naylor about the use of a room for Wang Ching-Ning [Wang Ling]
||Letter from ??? [Tsang Chhi-mou / Zang Qimou] commenting on Joseph Needham's outline for 'Science and Civilisation in China'
||Letter from Chao-Lun Tseng of Urbana, Illinois, U.S.A about his work and Joseph Needham's book
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Papers of Joseph Needham as a historian of Chinese science, technology and medicine
||Correspondence with H. Richold about employment opportunities following his return from Calcutta, India
||Richold, H.; Needham, Joseph.
||13 May 1946–21 May 1946
|Extent and Medium
||4 sheets; Paper
|Content and context|
The documents include a telegram from Joseph Needham suggesting a government post as Chinese expert. Richold replies that he has accepted a 'government appointment', but 'may find time , if you so wish to carry out reading and translating extracts'.
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