The list below is classified by alphabetical order.

Appointed by the Council of the RAI for the purposes of co¬operating with A.T. Marston in his investigation on the Swanscombe skull and on the site of its discovery; and publications of the results; 1936-64. The archive also contains papers relating to an excavation led by John d’Arcy Waechter, 1968-72.

Correspondence with the Tasmanian Museum and Art Gallery, Hobart on the disposal of Truganini's skeleton. 1954.

Prince William, who died in a flying accident on 28 Aug. 1972, became RAI Patron early in that year. He launched the Centenary Appeal at the Martini-Rossi Terrace, New Zealand House, on 12 July. His African Collection was presented to the RAI by HRH The Duchess of Gloucester at the Conversazione held at the Museum of Mankind, 6 Burlington Gardens, on 4 Oct. 1973. The Collection was presented later to the Dept of Ethnography, British Museum. See CM/101/3, 6, Council minutes, CM/101/3, 6, Items 23, 38, 13 Apr. and 12 Oct. 1972, and Report of the Council, 1972.