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||Documents relating to the Ph.D. thesis of Hans E. Wulff of the University of New South Wales, Australia entitled 'The Industrial Arts of Persia - Their development, technology and Influence on Eastern and Western Civilisation'
||Correspondence with Hans E. Wulff of the University of New South Wales, Australia about the publication of his book, 'Industrial Arts of Persia'
||Correspondence relating to the Cambridge University Press publication, 'Cambridge History of Iran'
||Correspondence with Carroll G. Bowen of the Massachusetts Institute of Techology Press about the publication of a manuscript by Hans Wulff of the University of New South Wales, Australia entitled "The Industrial Arts of Persia"
||Letter from Hans Wulff of the University of New South Wales, Australia thanking Joseph Needham for his help in finding a publisher for his book, 'The Industrial Arts of Persia' and stating possibilties for his future work in that area
||Correspondence with Miyashita Saburo of the Research Library, Takeda Chemical Industries, Ltd., Osaka, Japan about a Persian book, 'Tansuq-namah-I Iikhan dar funun-I 'ulum-I Khitai'
||Letter from Hans E. Wulff of The Unversity of New South Wales, Australia explaining a project to establish a permanent exhibition of Early Urban Technology in the Museum of History and Technology in Washington, U.S.A.
||Circular letter from The Massachusetts Institute of Technology Press advertising Hans Wulff's The Traditional Crafts of Persia'
||Letter from Arthur Upham Pope of The Asia Institute, Pahlavi University, Shiraz, Iran inviting Joseph Needham to attend a colloquium on the 'Diffusion of Persian Art across Eurasia' and copy of Needham's reply
||Pages taken from an unidentified book seller's catalogue advertising a 'Persian Minature, late 16th century A Barmecide, Probably Yahya Barmaki, In Prison' and cover of the catalogue illustrating the same
||Letter from Anthony Blee, architect of London inviting Joseph Needham to join a team of expert consultants intended to advise the Iranian Government on proposed cultural activities in Tehran, and Joseph Needham's reply
Papers of Joseph Needham as a historian of Chinese science, technology and medicine
||Documents relating to a visit to Cambridge by Hans E. Wulff of the University of New South Wales, Australia 'to discuss questions of interchange between China and Persia'
||Wulff, Hans E.; Avery, Peter; Needham, Joseph.
||7 May 1962-Apr. 1963
|Extent and Medium
||4 documents; Paper
|Content and context|
The documents comprise a letter from Wulff stating his intention to spend two months in Cambridge and mentioning that he has become good friends with Wang Ling, 7 May, 1962; letter from Peter Avery of Kings College, Cambridge to Joseph Needham about arrangements for Wulff's visit and contacts for him in the UK, 18 May, 1962; copy of a letter from Joseph Needham to Wulff discussing arrangements for the visit, 18 May, 1962; list of lectures on the History of Science to be given by Wulff in Cambridge, April 1963.
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