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||Two letters from J. D. M. Derret of the School of Oriental and African Studies, London asking for help with his work on the origins of Arabic numerals
||Correspondence with W. French Anderson of Trinity College, Cambridge, about his work on the history of numerical notation systems and related documents
||Correspondence with Prof. Lancelot Hogben of the Department of Medical Statistics, Queen Elizabeth Hospital, Birmingham, about his book 'Mathematics in the Making'
||Letter from Prof. A. Yuschkevitch of the Institute of the History of Science and Technology, Academy of Sciences of the U.S.S.R. about the mathematician, al-Khwarizmi and copy of Joseph Needham's reply
||Copy of a paper by ?? [Li Nien / Li Nian] about the Arabic magic square in China, published in «??????» [Wên Wu Tshan Khao Tzu Liao / Wen Wu Can Kao Zi Liao]
||Joseph Needham's typescript summaries of two works by ?? [Li Nien / Li Nian] published in «??»[Kho Hsüeh / Ke Xue], 1957
||Letter from Victor Meally of County Dublin, Eire, commenting on the section on Pi in 'Science and Civilisation in China, Volume 3' and copy of Joseph Needham's reply
||Cutting of an anonymous newspaper article entitled ''Pi' can never be worked out'
||Letter from Dr H. E. Stapleton of Jersey, about the Cuniform word for the plumb-line and other matters and copy of Joseph Needham's reply
||Letter from [?] of Paris, France praising Joseph Needham's work and discussing the progress of his own research
||Illustration of a 'magic squares' calculation by ??? [Fei Hai-Chi / Fei Haiji]
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