Typed anecdote 'The Major' written by Frederick Lanchester
Two typed two anecdotes by Frederick Lanchester
Handwritten anecdote by George Lanchester 'Superintendent Monk's Overcoat'
Typed anecdote 'The Abduction of a Policeman'
Typed notes by George Lanchester on the history of the Lanchester brothers
Handwritten 'forenote' by George Lanchester on early motorists problems with the police
Handwritten letter from George Lanchester to Frederick Lanchester's biographer Dr Peter Kingsford containing two stories about Frederick Lanchester
Typed anecdotes on Frederick Lanchester and the brotherhood, and Archie Millership
Typed extracts from the book Carl Runge and his Scientific Work by Iris Runge
Printed pamphlet for The Daniel Guggenheim Medal for achievement in aeronautics containing biographies of Orville Wright, Ludwig Prandtl, Frederick Lanchester, and Juan de la Cierva
Handwritten letter from R.H. Parsons (who had been on the editorial staff of Engineering 1904-1908 and 1921-1924) to Frederick Lanchester's biographer Dr Peter Kingsford asking about Lanchester's theory of flight
Handwritten letter from RH Parsons to Dr Peter Kingsford in reply to his letter of 22 June 1959
Typescript letter by George Lanchester (with handwritten amendment) to Dr Peter Kingsford, replying to some of Kingsford's questions about Frederick Lanchesters life
Dr Peter Kingsford's manuscript notes for his biography of Frederick Lanchester
Cutting from Times Educational Supplement 'Great engineers - VIII: F.W.Lanchester, theorist of flight, by Professor H.B. Squire'
Cutting from Birmingham Post 'A motoring anniversary, by A.J.W. Millership'
Cutting from Birmingham Post (?) - obituary of Frederick Lanchester
Reprint from Birmingham Mail 'A scientist in fresh fields' reporting on Frederick Lanchester's demonstration of his sound reproduction equipment in Birmingham Town Hall
Article from Manchester Guardian - 'An Early Lanchester' in the 'Cars on the road' feature by D.C. Field
Photocopy of report of a meeting [of Birmingham Natural History and Philosophical Society] on 19 June 1894, at which Frederick Lanchester gave an address entitled 'The soaring of birds and the possibilities of mechanical flight'
Reprint from Journal of the Royal Institute of Chemistry article 'Schools of chemistry in Great Britain and Ireland - XXIII: The University of Southampton' by N.K. Adam and K.R. Webb
Letter from N.K. Adam, Professor of Chemistry at University of Southampton, to Dr Peter Kingsford, biographer of Frederick Lanchester
Letter from R.C. Wright, librarian of Royal Aircraft Establishment, Farnborough, to George Lanchester, in reply to his request for information about Frederick Lanchester
Letter from E.G. Semler, editor of the Chartered Mechanical Engineer, to Frederick Lanchester's biographer Dr Peter Kingsford, following a meeting between them
Handwritten letter from George Lanchester to Frederick Lanchester's biographer Dr Peter Kingsford replying to his request of 31 May 1965 for information about Frederick Lanchester
Handwritten letter from Dorothea Lanchester replying to Dr Peter Kingsford's request for information about Frederick Lanchester's early life and personal relationships
Handwritten family tree prepared by George Lanchester and sent to Dr Peter Kingsford, Frederick Lanchester's biographer
Another version of a handwritten family tree prepared by George Lanchester and sent to Dr Peter Kingsford, Frederick Lanchester's biographer