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||Letter from Prof. Pasquale D'Elia, teacher of Chinese at the Pontificia Universita Gregoriana, Rome, Italy about some leaflets on 'Science and Civilisation in China'
||Letter from Kathleen E. Watkins of The Patent Office Library, London about the 'Science and Civilisation in China' book outline
||Brief Joseph Needham notes made from H. Cordier, 'Life and Labours of Alexander Wylie', (1877)
||Flyer advertising 'A History of Technology', edited by Charles Singer
||Copy of letter to Dr. Jablonski, Warsaw, Poland about the progress of 'Science and Civilisation in China'
||Joseph Needham notes about the state of the 'Science and Civilisation in China' project, location of material and actions to be taken
||Note of Chinese proverbs
||Lists of potential collaborators for 'Science and Civilisation in China'
||Joseph Needham's notes of a Francis Bacon 'motto prefixed to Birch's 'Hist of the Roy. Soc.'' and other references
||Correspondence with Theodora Simmons, daughter of Dr. Herbert Chatley about the availability of 'Science and Civilisation in China, Volume 5, Part 1'
||Letters from George Allen & Unwin (Publishers) Ltd about copyright, licensing of photocopying and the Public Lending Right Scheme, 1982
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Papers of Joseph Needham as a historian of Chinese science, technology and medicine
||Correspondence with Charles Singer about his 'History of Technology' and its relationship to 'Science and Civilisation in China' and other matters
||Singer, Charles; Needham, Joseph.
||22 Dec. 1951–6 Feb. 1952
|Extent and Medium
||9 sheets; Paper
|Content and context|
Others matters discussed include Joseph Needham's request for copies of the 'Fremont papers'; the unexpected death of Gustav Haloun, Professor of Chinese at Cambridge; the health of Dorothy Needham; the decision by Cambridge University Press to bring out 'Science and Civilisation in China' in seven volumes.
|Singer, Charles Joseph (1876-1960) historian of medicine and science|
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