Finding Number (Click this to view full catalogue structure)DA66/1/3/2/7
TitleCorrespondence GH
Extent44 items
Description/1-/19 Correspondence between Mingana and Henry Guppy concerning 'Woodbrooke Studies', which they decide to publish separately from the 'Bulletin of the John Rylands Library', personal news, production of the 'Catalogue of Arabic Manuscripts in the John Rylands Library', sending copies of Mingana's books to Rylands, 1932-1936; /20-/27 Correspondence between Mingana and Heffers [booksellers and publishers] concerning changes to the arrangements for publication of the 'Woodbrooke Studies', 1932-1936; /28-/32 Correspondence between Mingana and ER Hayes [Liverpool]: Mingana comments on a translation by Hayes of the Statutes of the School of Nisibin, 1934-1935; /33 Letter from Mingana to F Hourani [Manchester], 1933; /34-/36 Letters from Mingana to James Rendel Harris, concerning the use of the word 'Raca' in Syriac versions of Matthew V, 22, sayings of the Abbot Paul quoted in St Anthony, quotations from Menander and Justin Martyr, 1934-1935; /37-/38 Letters to Mingana from F Hourani, 1933-1934; /39-/40 Correspondence between Mingana and Karl Hadank [Berlin] concerning Mingana's review of a book by Furlani and a review of Mingana's 'Kurdische-persische Forschungen', 1932; /41-/43 Correspondence between Mingana and Bernard G Hall: Hall asks Mingana whether he thinks the words 'ass's jawbone' in Samson could be translated as 'plough' - Mingana replies that there is no evidence for this, 1933; /44 Letter to Mingana from Thomas J Hampton, 1928.
ArrangementThe original labelling on the boxes suggests that they are a single series, which was meant to be filed in alphabetical order. This order is not completely accurate; there is more than one group of papers for some letters of the alphabet, and some correspondence has not been filed in the alphabetical sequence. The papers have been listed in their original order and the letter of the alphabet they belong to has been noted where possible.
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