Lucy Gura Archive
Visiting our collections
The EES Lucy Gura Archive is freely accessible to researchers by prior appointment from Monday to Wednesday 10:30-16:30. Office closure dates are available here. You should notify the archivist at least 3 weeks prior to your preferred visiting date to ensure that we can book you an appointment.
To arrange a visit please complete an archive material request form and email it to [email protected].
Some records preserved within the collections are particularly fragile; please ensure that you have read our handling guide on the request form prior to your arrival.
A number of other institutions hold material connected with the Society, related people, and the sites explored since our founding in 1882. These include:
The Petrie Museum of Egyptian Archaeology, London (materials relating to sites and people, particularly those related to W M F Petrie)
The Griffith Institute, Oxford (materials relating to sites and people, including watercolours by Howard Carter, and notebooks and journals of early explorers)
The Museum of Fine Arts, Boston (materials relating to the Society’s American Branch, including the distribution of artefacts from archaeological sites in Egypt)
The British Museum, London (materials relating to distribution of artefacts from archaeological sites in Egypt, and documents relating to the Society’s co-founder Reginald Stuart Poole)
Somerville College, Oxford (materials relating to the Society’s founder, Amelia Edwards including a number of original watercolours)
Musée d'Art et d'Histoire, Geneva (materials relating to sites and people, particularly those related to É Naville)
Reproduction requests and fees
Instructions for requesting permission to reproduce or disseminate material from the Society’s collections can be found here.