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Add. MS b/37/29 · Unidad documental simple · c 1947-c 1955
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Drumore, Blairgowrie. Dated 4 July 1918 - Is concerned to hear of Mrs Frazer's ill health, and that it involves her heart; thanks him for the kind words about his Juvenal; is pleased Frazer will soon be free to work on Herodotus; discusses the letters of Pliny; is pleased to hear about the Americans landing at Liverpool.

Add. MS b/37/32 · Unidad documental simple · c 1947-c 1955
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8 Howard Place, St. Andrews. Dated December 21, 1918 - Thanks him for his kind letter; is sorry he won't be working on Herodotus; is glad Lady Frazer is well and going to work on a French history for the schools; fears the trouble is not over yet, that the Peace Conference may end in disaster.

Add. MS b/37/66-71 · Unidad documental simple · c 1947-c 1955
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Six letters concerning Frazer's part in further negotiations relating to the funding of Roscoe's work in Central Africa. The letters date from 30 April to 22 May, 1914, and are written from the Albemarle Club and Batt's Hotel in London where he obtained advice from [Arthur] Shipley, and from the Midland Hotel in Manchester on the 8th and 13th May when his brother [Samuel] died; and at the end of May a short holiday at the Grand Hotel in Llandudno. In the letters of 30 April (Items 66 and 67, misnumbered: 67 is written in the morning and 66 in the evening) Frazer mentions seeing Shipley and hopes to get an interview with Reid [Herbert Read], the Under Secretary for the Colonies, and suggests proposing an appointment of eighteen months with a year in Africa and six months working up the report, and mentions this was Lilly's idea; he also forwards a letter [not transcribed] from [W. H. R.] Rivers, who writes discouragingly about a fellowship at St. John's. In the letter of 1 May, he encloses a draft of the letter to Harcourt and suggests he get it signed by [A. C.] Haddon, [William] Ridgeway and Rivers, and reports that he spoke to Ray Lankester and Sir Henry Miers, who are interested. The letter of 8th May reports the serious illness of his brother, and the letter of 13th May thanks him for his sympathy, and continues to discuss the letter to [Lewis] Harcourt; and the letter of 22nd May encloses an answer to the letter [not transcribed], which he describes as 'satisfactory'.

Add. MS b/37/86 · Unidad documental simple · c 1947-c 1955
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1 Brick Court, Middle Temple, E.C. Dated 14th November 1914 - Has been reading the proofs [of 'The Northern Bantu']; clarifies the difference between exogamous and endogamous, and points out several practices Roscoe gave him for his 'Totemism and Exogamy' that he has omitted; writes at length about using slip proofs, and mentions that Lilly had suggested page proofs as cheaper, but did not realise the extent of the changes to be made; [C. G.] Seligman is in favour of delaying the proposed expedition as there may be fighting in Uganda, and also to await [A. C.] Haddon's return in January.

Add. MS b/37/88 · Unidad documental simple · c 1947-c 1955
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10 King's Parade, Cambridge. Dated 5th January 1915 - Is glad to hear they have good news of Norman [Roscoe]; Lilly is better but not strong; he has been reading, mentions Donald Frazer's [recte Fraser's] 'Winning a Primitive People' and Sarah [recte Sarat] Chandra Roy's 'The Orāons of Chōtā Nāgpur'; asks what books he has on the religions of India so that he can advise; walked with A. B. Cooke [Cook]; is not convinced by Rendel Harris's paper on Apollo as an apple-god.

Add. MS b/37/103 · Unidad documental simple · c 1947-c 1955
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Breadalbane Hotel, Kenmore, Perthshire. Dated 18 July 1915 - Discusses Lilly's idea of accepting the Archdeaconry [in Africa] Roscoe has been offered on a temporary basis in order that he could do some anthropological work; suggests he approach Macmillan if not them, then Hutchinson with his popular book; Moulton's loss was the death of his wife, but he knows no details; [Kate] Marseille, a German friend in Cambridge has also died, the Marseilles' son [Rudolph] has joined the English army in the war; is interested to hear that [W. H. R.] Rivers has returned from the New Hebrides; is glad to hear that Roscoe will be lecturing to missionary students at Cambridge, wishes there could be a permanent provision for such instruction.

Add. MS b/37/106 · Unidad documental simple · c 1947-c 1955
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10 King's Parade, Cambridge. Dated 10 Nov. 1915 - Thanks him for the copy of ['The Northern Bantu']; Lilly instructs him to say she does not think he should give copies to the guarantors but will explain when she sees him.

Copy letter from J. G. Frazer to Roscoe
Add. MS b/37/108 · Unidad documental simple · c 1947-c 1955
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1 Brick Court, Temple E.C. Dated 11th March 1916 - Is glad the book reached him, and that [George Foot?] Moore's book is helpful; is working on 'Folk-Lore in the Bible'; is interested to hear about the Feltwell living; his nephew [John Steggall] has been appointed to a ship, and Lilly's nephew [Cecil Dodd?] has a commission in a line regiment; have good accounts of Lilly's children in Stockholm [Charles] and Paris [Lilly].

Add. MS b/37/109 · Unidad documental simple · c 1947-c 1955
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1 Brick Court, Temple. Dated 10 July 1916 - Says it is for him to decide whether to write an article for [Oric?] Bates on Africa, and makes suggestions for topics to include if he does; wonders if he might write a book of essays on these subjects; will be happy to look at his paper on Magic Miracles; questions the connection between polygamy and ultimogeniture; is studying the custom of deferring the consummation of marriage for some time.

Add. MS b/37/110 · Unidad documental simple · c 1947-c 1955
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1 Brick Court, Temple. Dated 22 Sept. 1916 - Is concerned to hear of a narrow escape from the Zeppelins; would be glad to see his article for the Peabody Museum; would be glad to see Dr Steele of the C.M.S. and will put in a good word for the anthropological training of missionaries; thinks the missionary societies could get a lower rate on a bulk purchase of his anthropological questions booklet; is investigating cross cousin marriage, which he discusses; Lilly is translating three French books on the war and is overworking herself; his 'Folk-Lore in the Old Testament is growing to be a big book; he will give the Huxley Memorial Lecture in November.

Add. MS b/37/131 · Unidad documental simple · c 1947-c 1955
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Hotel Lutetia, Paris. Dated 29 Jan. 1920 - Fears notes Roscoe sent have been lost; asks him not to send them unless he they are kept in triplicate with a copy to the Royal Society; Lilly has been seriously ill but is recovering well.

Add. MS b/37/153 · Unidad documental simple · c 1947-c 1955
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Hotel Lutetia, Paris. Dated 31 December 1921 - Is in Paris, where he gave a lecture at the Sorbonne in front of 700 people; is having a bust made by Bourdelle who will present it to the Museum of the Luxembourg; Lilly's translation of 'Adonis' is out and she is busy getting other books translated; has been asked to write the preface to Malinowski's Trobriand book and [C. W.] Hobley's book.

Add. MS b/37/176 · Unidad documental simple · c 1947-c 1955
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Hotel Lutetia, Paris. Dated 8 January, 1920 - Discusses editorial decisions relating to the Apollodorus, abridging book titles, following traditional English spelling of Greek words; Lilly has been seriously ill and is still weak, but appreciated his letter about Speech Day at the [Perse] School; admires the Loeb Library, but criticises the Theocritus translation [by J. M. Edmonds]; sends their regards to [Léon] Chouville and [Louis] von Glehn.

Add. MS c/58/25 · Unidad documental simple · 19 Nov. 1923
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13 Alexandra Road, Gloucester - Thanks him for his kind words about Walter Map's 'De nugis curialium' which he edited for the Cymmrodorion Society; is happy to hear how Lady Frazer has been employing her time ['Leaves from the Golden Bough'?]; delighted to hear that [John] Roscoe is giving the Frazer lecture at Cambridge; his friend Dr [William] Crooke has died.

Add. MS c/58/41 · Unidad documental simple · 28 Mar. 1911
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Sunnyhill, St Stephen's Road, Bournemouth - Thanks him for the first section of the GB, and congratulates both him and Mrs Frazer, for he knows 'how eagerly she watches all that you do'; asks him to attend section II of the British Academy on the 22nd to ensure a quorum for [A. E.] Housman's nomination, in view of the recent deaths of [John] Peile, [John] Mayor, [Samuel] Butcher.

Add. MS c/61/51 · Unidad documental simple · 14 Mar. 1930
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Fairlawn, Bearsden, Dumbartonshire - Discusses the arrangements being made about her father [Baldwin Spencer's] papers and collections: photographs sent to Mr [L. C. G.] Clarke at Cambridge and the papers and letters with them to [G. J.?] Heath c/o Macmillan's; is not sure Sir James meant for her to keep her father's letters; [Henry] Balfour is giving them a chapter, and has picked out some things for the Pitt Rivers Museum, and the rest are going to Melbourne; L. Dudley Buxton has 'seldom or never examined specimens of so great an importance in my life'; she is pleased, and is pleased for Miss Hamilton, who went to such effort to get the collection back home; hopes Sir James will give some pages for the book [of selected letters]; Miss Hamilton has sailed to Australia but will return in June; her elder son [Alastair] has had measles; is going to France for the holidays, has been down to Gare Loch.

Add. MS c/60/91 · Unidad documental simple · 16 June 1901
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34A Via Porta Pinciana, The Times, Roma - Apologises for not writing, Madame Rose has not had time; have been driven by [E. B.?] work, shan't be in England before August 15, leave them out of household calculations, they shall 'bohemianize' when they come.

FRAZ/4/134 · Unidad documental simple · 1 Jan. 1925
Parte de Papers of Sir James Frazer

Far End, East Preston, Sussex - 'You have so many honours that panting congratulation crawls after you in vain.' Wishes them a happy new year, and like many others, suggests he not bother to reply.

FRAZ/14/3 · Unidad documental simple · 17 Jan. 1925
Parte de Papers of Sir James Frazer

University Museum of Archaeology and Ethnology, Cambridge - Apologises for not writing earlier, is delighted for Frazer, and notes it is the first real recognition Anthropology has ever received; accepts an invitation to visit, is busy getting the Melanesian materials out as Dr Haddon wants to use them in his lectures.

Letter from Mary Gardner to Lady Frazer
FRAZ/14/14 · Unidad documental simple · 2 Jan. 1925
Parte de Papers of Sir James Frazer

18 Well Walk, Hampstead, N.W.3. - Congratulates the Frazers; was sorry to miss them when they were in London, they were away for Christmas, the family all in different places; will be freer after her son sits his examinations, teachers say he is gifted, particularly in composition.