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||Joseph Needham's copy of a letter sent by T. H. Tsien to Richard L. Ziemacki of Cambridge University Press about a reprint of the volume and the possibility of a second edition
||Copy of an article by ??? [Hu Tao-Ching / Hu Daojing] published in «????» (No. 14) entitled «?????????:???»
||Copy of an article by William Harms published in 'The University of Chicago Chronicle' entitled 'Far Eastern Studies Marks 50 years'
||Copy of a paper by James K. M. Cheng of the University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA), U.S.A. entitled 'Fifty Years Embracing the Wall of Books: The Life and Career of Dr. Tsuen-Hsuin Tsien'
||Letter from Sydney M. Cockerell O.B.E., of Cockerell Bindery. Granchester, Cambridge, congratulating Joseph Needham on the volume and advising that he is joining a tour of China planned by the Institute of Paper Conservation
||Letter from Sheena Campbell of Cambridge University Press, advising Joseph Needham of the publication date of the volume and originally accompanying forms for ordering copies at author's rate
||Correspondence with Robin Derricourt of Cambridge University Press, relating to typographical and related errors of the volume
||Copy of a letter sent to Tsien Tsuen-Hsuin by Prof. R. M. White of Gloucester Terrace, London, concerning 'a possible alternative hypothesis on what may have led humans to invent the papermaking process'
||Letter from G. T. Mandl of the Papierfabrik Netstal AG, Switzerland, congratulating Joseph Needham on the volume
||Correspondence between Joseph Needham, T. H. Tsien and Andrew Wallace, a student of the Divinity School, University of Chicago, U.S.A. about Wallace's work on Joseph Needham's 'original thinking on Science and Religion'
||Copy of a letter from Iain White of Cambridge University Press to T. H. Tsien apologising for neglecting to send him a set of proofs of the corrected reprint of the book
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