- ZA HPRA A619
The papers of Samuel Evans consist of 3 boxes of correspondence, notes, memoranda and printed items illustrating his activities in Egypt and in South Africa, particularly with reference to mining, banking and communications.
Including printed items, memoranda, notes, press clippings and correspondence relating primarily to mining and economic development, the "Stands" scandal of 1892, the Dynamite Monopoly and the National Bank of South Africa. The 2 vols contain printed items and reports on petroleum deposits in Egypt. Correspondents: T.W. Beckett, F.C. Bourne, H. Eckstein, J. Eloff, Sir J.P. Fitzpatrick, H. Jennings, C.H.B. Leonard, W. Leyds, E. Lippert, Sir E. Vincent and Wernher, Beit & Co.
Evans, Dr Samuel