Invitation, programmes, letters, papers and reports

Various papers. Various sizes

Mimeographed, photocopied and printed

Presented from the estate of the late William Buller Fagg, CMG.

/1 Invitation to the opening address by H.E. Léopold Sédar Senghor, on Friday 30 June 1972. 1 card. 12.5 x 18 cm

/2 Manding: focus on an African civilisation. London, 1972. [Programme of events]. 2 copies. 1 card folded into 3. 18 x 38 cm

/3 Letter of welcome from David Dalby, Centre for African Studies, School of Oriental and African Studies to participants of the Conference, dated 28 July 1972 sic [28th June 1972]. 1 p. 30 x 21 cm

/4 Organisation of sessions by David Dalby, 28 June 1972, Conference programme, general information, exhibition in Map Room at the British Museum, Manding Reading Room School of Oriental and African Studies, catering facilities. [In English and French]. 12 pp. 30 x 21 cm

/5 Programme des films. 1 leaf. 30 x 21 cm

/6 Provisional map of the Manding peoples and their language [by] David Dalby, 1970. 1 leaf. 21 x 30 cm

/7 Summaries of papers, 20 June 1972. 43 pp. 30 x 21 cm

/8 Titles of papers received after 1 June and not included in the list of summaries [and] received after 25 June. 2 pp. 30 x 21 cm

/9 Commerce et predation: 1’état Bambara de Segou et ses communautes Marka; J. Bazin. 2B. 26 pp. [pp.3-4 duplicated], map, bibl. 30 x 21 cm

/10 Existe-t-il un type d’habitat specifiquement Mande?; G. Brasseur. 2F. 10 leaves. 30 x 21 cm

/11 Masquerades among the urban Dyula of the Voltaic Basin; René A. Bravmann. 2H. 16 leaves, notes. 30 x 21 cm

/12 Bogolafini: a mud-painted cloth; J.B. Donne. 4E. 4 pp., bibl. 30 x 21 cm

/13 The Manding in Western Liberia: an overview; Svend E. Holsoe. 8B. 28 leaves, notes. 30 x 21 cm

/14 The mid-fourteenth century capital of Mali; J.O. Hunwick. 8F. 9 leaves, notes. 30 x 21 cm. (2 copies)

/15 Contemporary masked dances and masquerades of the Barnana age sets from the Cercle of Barnako, Mali; Pascal James Imperato. 9B. 26 leaves, bibl. 30 x 21 cm

/16 Handing weaving; Marion Johnson. 10A. 15 leaves, numbered 1-11, 1-4 [leaf 7 duplicated], notes, bibl. 30 x 21 cm

.1 Handing weaving: errata and addenda. 2 leaves. 14 x 20 cm [and] 7 x 20 cm

/17 Note sur 1’histoire de la Haute Vallée du Niger (Mande); E. Leynaud and Y. Cisse, 1964-1970. 3H. [ii], 33 pp. 30 x 21 cm

/18 L’expédition maritime d’un Sultan du Mali vers 1310; Raymond Mauny, 4 May 1972. 13D. 1, 1a, 2-8 leaves, bibl. 30 x 21 cm

/19 Archaeology and the prehistoric origins of the Ghana empire; Patrick J. Munson. 13C. 13 pp. 30 x 21 cm

/20 The Dyula and the Manding world; Yves Person. 16C. 19 pp, notes. 30 x 21 cm

/21 The Vai women’s society mask; Ruth B. Phillips. 16F. 20 leaves, illus., notes. 30 x 21 cm

/22 The role of Mandingos and Susus in the Islamization of Sierra Leone; David E. Skinner. 19I. 18 pp., map, notes. 30 x 21 cm

/23 The Mande trade in Costa da Mina according to Portuguese documents until the mid-sixteenth century; A. Teixeira da Mota. 20A. 24 leaves, documents, bibl. 30 x 21 cm

/24 Order sheet for papers. 2 pp. 30 x 21 cm

/25 [Manuscript notes on conference papers; by W.B. Fagg]. 1 p. 23 x 18 cm

/26 Manding Conference 1972: report and recommendations; [by David Dalby]. London, Centre for African Studies, School of Oriental and African Studies, University of London, [1973]. 40 pp., map, 12 pp. of plates. 24 x 15 cm