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Additional Manuscripts b Müller, Friedrich Max (1823–1900), Sanskritist and philologist
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Copy letter from A. Lang to J. G. Frazer

1 Marloes Road, Kensington, W. Dated April 20 - Two line letter instructing Frazer to note the dedication of an unidentified text, and says 'Max [Müller?] has pinned Oscar of Sweden a usurper'.

Copy letter from A. Lang to J. G. Frazer

1 Marloes Road, Kensington, W. Dated May 9 - Suggests Miss Kingsley for something in Frazer's 'totem line'; dropped Max [Müller's?] Icelandic and wrote a new introduction for an unidentified work.

Copy letter from Edward Lawrence to James G. Frazer

Kama, Sunningdale Avenue, Chalkwell Park, Westcliffe-on-Sea. Dated June 8, 1917 - Read his 'Totemism and Exogamy' and has some notes on maternal influence upon the unborn: the 'elephant man' whose mother was frightened by an elephant, chicks who similarly looked like a parrot, suggests a parallel with a mention in Max Müller's autobiography of a bodily sympathy with others who are injured.