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  • Unknown author (American Research Center in Egypt, 1955-04-07)
  • Unknown author (American Research Center in Egypt, 1955-06-15)
  • Unknown author (American Research Center in Egypt, 1955-10-20)
  • Unknown author (American Research Center in Egypt, 1956-01-25)
  • Unknown author (the American Research Center in Egypt, 1956-01-30)
  • Unknown author (American Research Center in Egypt, 1956-04-25)
  • Unknown author (American Research Center in Egypt, 1956-06-30)
  • Unknown author (American Research Center in Egypt, 1957-01-23)
    Members of the Center will be particularly concerned with the effect of recent events in Egypt on their fellow-members who are working there. Immediately following the account of the Annual Meeting are items of news from ...
  • Unknown author (American Research Center in Egypt, 1957-06-01)
    It is gratifying to note that, in spite of the uncertainty in the Middle East, there has been no appreciable falling off in the membership of the Center nor of the interest of the Members in the aims of our organization. ...
  • Unknown author (American Research Center in Egypt, 1957-06-26)
    Last week occurred a rather unfortunate incident which has received widespread publicity in the Egyptian papers. Dr. Charles A. Muses of the Falcon’s Wings. Press, who had been excavating at Dahshur in the area south of ...
  • Unknown author (American Research Center in Egypt, 1957-12)
    This Newsletter, which contains the report of the Annual Meeting, follows a slightly different pattern from those of the past. It begins with the address of the President of the Center made at that meeting, which (it is ...
  • Unknown author (American Research Center in Egypt, 1958-02)
    Reports received in. December and early January from Edward F. Wente, Director of the Center in Cairo, painted the immediate future of archaeological research in Egypt proper in rather gloomy colors. His most recent letter, ...
  • Unknown author (American Research Center in Egypt, 1958-02-01)
    Since President Nasser's recent visit to Luxor, described in Newsletter Number Twenty-seven, a committee has been formed to undertake a speedy improvement of Luxor. This committee has already arrived in Luxor to make plans ...
  • Unknown author (American Research Center in Egypt, 1958-05)
    It is a pleasure to announce that the fellowships of the Center, made possible by the generous grant of the Bollingen Foundation, have been awarded for the season of 1958-1959 to Dr. John Alden Williams and Dr. Helen J. ...
  • Unknown author (American Research Center in Egypt, 1958-07)
    !in a recent letter, Mr. Edward F. Wente, Director of the Center in Cairo, describes Excavations conducted at Tura, the site of the quarries from which the Egyptians obtained the fine white limestone used for the outer ...
  • Unknown author (American Research Center in Egypt, 1958-09)
    Dr. John Alden Williams, who has been awarded the Center's Islamic fellowship for study in Egypt during the coming season, has not been forgetful of the Center during the summer, which he has spent in visiting Islamic ...
  • Unknown author (American Research Center in Egypt, 1958-12)
    This Newsletter contains the report of the Annual Meeting. Following a custom inaugurated last year, it will begin with the report of the President, Mr. Edward W. Forbes. This will be followed by letters from the Fellows ...
  • Unknown author (American Research Center in Egypt, 1959-04)
    The following communications have been received from the Fellows of the Center in Egypt, Dr, Helen K. Wall, and Dr. John Alden Williams, Dr. Williams is temporarily in India, Mrs. Wall may be addressed at Morland House, ...
  • Unknown author (American Research Center in Egypt, 1959-05)
    On Page 3 of Newsletter Number Thirty-two, it was announced by the President that the Center had received an anonymous gift of $10,000 and that this gift had been matched by Mr. and Mrs. John Dimick, who specified that ...
  • Unknown author (American Research Center in Egypt, 1959-07)
    At a meeting of the Executive Committee of the Center held on June 30, Miss Elizabeth Thomas a member of long-standing and an able scholar in Egyptian archaeology, was appointed to make a survey of royal tombs of the Theban ...