The letters are arranged chronologically under each correspondent.
Letters and a postcard, 1903-1907, of Edith Bell to John Murray IV and to Hallam Murray. Folios 1-72.
Folios 3-4. Letter, 18 December 1902, of Hugh Chisholm to John Murray IV concerning Edith Bell. The letter was forwarded as an enclosure to Edith Bell’s letter to John Murray IV of the 17 April 1903 (folios 1-2).
Folios 21-22. Copy, in the hand of Edith Bell, of a letter, 19 August 1903, of G P Putnam’s Sons, publishers, to Edith Bell. The copy was sent as an enclosure to Bell’s letter to John Murray IV of the 21 August 1903 (folios 19-20).
Folio 38. Press cutting from “The Daily Telegraph”, 29 October 1903. The cutting, a letter to the editor, concerns the publication of “Sixteen years in Siberia” by Leo Deutsch. The cutting was forwarded as an enclosure to Edith Bell’s letter to John Murray IV of the 29 October 1903 (folios 36-37).
Bell, Edward Hutton.
Letters, 1889 and 1901, of Edward Bell probably to John Murray III and to John Murray IV. Folios 73-75.
Bell, Florence Eveleen Eleanore.
Letter, 1926, of Florence Bell to John Murray IV. Folios 76-77.
Letters, 1873, of George Bell to “Madam”. Folios 78-81.
Bell, George Charles.
Letters, 1899, of George Charles Bell to John Murray IV and to Hallam Murray. Folios 82-85.
Bell, George Joseph.
Letter, [?1835-?1836], of George Joseph Bell to either John Murray II or to John Murray III. Folios 86-87.
Bell, George William.
Letters, 1868-1869, 1896 and 1902, of George William Bell to John Murray III and, probably, to John Murray IV. Folios 88-93.
Folio 89. Press cutting, affixed to George Bell’s letter to John Murray III of the 29 May 1868 (folios 88-89). The cutting, from the “Morning Post”, concerns The Boys’ Home Industrial School.
Letters, 1924 and undated, of Gertrude Bell probably to John Murray IV. Folio 94; undated, folios 95-96.