1. To Director from S. C. Stirling, Museum of South Australia, 15 January, 1907, 15 January, 1907, list of bird & animal skins requested from the Duplicate Collection list, 2 p.
2. To Director from S. C. Stirling, Museum of
South Australia, 29 January, 1907, received birds sent on 15th January, sending by S.S. Grantala 5 cases of Diprotodon cast, the documents sent direct by shipping agents, 2 p.
3. To Director from S. C. Stirling, Museum of South Australia, 13 March, 1907, sending case of specimens by S.S. Tarcoola, 3 p.
4. To Woodward from S. C. Stirling, Museum of South Australia, 13 March, 1907, official letter, 1p.
5. To Curator from Australian Museum, Sydney, list of specimens wanted, 23 March, 1907, 4 p.`
6. To Curator from S. Sinclair, Australian Museum, Sydney, 28 March, 1907, sent case of specimens by S.S. Kanowna, 1 p.
7. To Woodward from S. C. Stirling, Museum of South Australia, 4 April, 1907, received Bird skins and thanks for Bower of Chlamydera nuchalis, 1 p.
8. To Director from E. Warren, Natal Government Museum, 25 May, 1907, sending Museum publications, 1 p.
9. To Woodward from T. Sheppard, Curator, Municipal Museum, Hull, 4 June, 1907, interested in exchange, pamphlet on Sibbald's Rorqual, 1 p.
10. To Director from A. Haylock, N.Z. Dept of Lands & Survey, asks about sea shell collecting, best book on West Australian shells, names for exchange for N.Z. shells, 2 p.
11. To Woodward from Charles J. Rooney, Stirling Estate, Capel, W.A., 6 June, 1907, asking for birds' eyes for specimens, offering to send anything in exchange, 1 p.
12. To Woodward from Charles J. Rooney, Stirling Estate, Capel River,W.A.,
11 June, 1907, offering to collect birds locally, received preservative, 2 p.
13. To Woodward from Henry N. Travers, Hamilton Road, Kilbirnie, Wellington, N. Z., 21 June, 1907, asking about exchanges of N. Z. bird skins, will send a list, 1 p.
14. To the Director from Louis Peringuey, South African Museum, 21 July, 1907, cramped for room, not possible to extend for foreign exhibits, 1 p.
15. To Woodward from Enrico Hillyer Giglioli, R. Istituto di Studi Superiori in Firenze, 2 August, 1907, thanking for box of bats, also letter 1 Jan., 1907, Happy New Year, asking for bats, 3 p.
16. To Director from A. Haylock, N.Z. Dept of Lands and Survey, 1 August, 1907, exchange of echinoderms, wanting Cypraea (7 specs.), saving Echinoderms, 3 p.
17. To W.A. Museum from Aristides Brezina, (1848-19-09), Vienna, Austria, asking for exact site, sending some Austrian obsidian, 3 p.
18. To Woodward from A. Haylock, N.Z. Dept. of Lands and Survey, 29 November, 1907, making a collection of Echinoderms in exchange for Molluscs, 2 p.
19. To le Directeur, from Dr. F. Guite, L'Universite de Rennes, 24 December, 1907, wanting examples of Gobiesocides, Australian clingfish, offering exchanges of samples of similar fish , 1 p.
20. To Director from R. Etheridge, Sydney Museum, 8 January, 1908, received Sphenura literalis, fish Hopleganthus woodwardi, next sending Pitchuri, send list of specimens wanted, 2 p.
21. To Woodward from A. W. Hughes, 25 January, 1908, leaving for England, later eggs list, 2 p.
22. To Curator from J. P. Rogers, Claremont, 26 July, 1908, advised G. M. Mathews of your offer to exchange skins of birds, his collection going to British Museum, mentions Bowdler Sharpe, 1 p.
23. To Woodward from Gregory M. Mathews, Langley Mount, Watford, 10 October, 1908, asking for all information on West Australian birds 4 p.
To Woodward from Richard Bowdler Sharpe, of British Museum, 27 July, 1908, recommending research by Gregory M. Mathews, asking for cooperation, 4 p.
24. List of skins forwarded from Perth to Curator, Australian Museum, Sydney, 21 July, 1908, 1 p.
25. To Director from R. Etheridge, Sydney Museum, 19 August, 1908, received case of skins 1 p.
26. From R. Etheridge: List of specimens wanted by Australian Museum, 15 September, 1908, 1 p.
27. To Curator from R. Etheridge, Australian Museum, Sydney, 15 September, 1908, sent revised list, need eggs for North's Catalogue, want loan of pair of Cinclosoma marginatus, Sharpe, 2 p.
28. To Director from R. Etheridge, Australia Museum, Sydney, 7 October, 1908, List of animals specimens forewarded in exchange and birds'eggs from the Abrolhos Islands, 1 p.
29. To Director from R. Etheridge, Australian Museum, Sydney,29 October, 1908, wanting to borrow Cinclosoma marginatus, North wants eggs. 1 p.
30. To Director from Edward S. Simpson, Geological Survey of Western Australia, 6 January, 1909, about future exchange collection for Bankok, 1 p.
31. To Western Australian Museum from Konigl. Zoologisches Museum, 10 February, 1908, letter German text from A. Brauer, Director, 1 p.
32. To Woodward from A. J. Willianson, Bank of Victoria, Rushworth, 2 March, 1909, sending beautiful land shell Bulimus from Brazil to exchange for a Teredo navalis and a Cypraea Argus 1 p.
33. To Woodward from R. Strelitz, Mouat Street, Fremantle, 1 April, 1909, send parcel for steamer next week, hope you received the vases etc. 1 p.
34. To Woodward from R. Strelitz, Shipping Agents, Mouat St., Fremantle, 2 April, 1909, the Vienna Vase and 2 plates were manufactured about 5 years ago, finding out about Herculaneum Vases, 1 p.
35. To Woodward from R. Streliz,"Kindly hand bearer the collection of Native Weapons", 1 p.
36. To Curator from H. L. White, Belltrees, Scone, N.S.W., 18 April, 1909, Birds' eggs collector sends list of egg exchanges available, 1 p.
37. To Woodward from J. H. Maiden, Botanic Gardens, Sydney, 22 February, 1909, asking for details for his "Critical revision of the genus Eucalypt", 1 p.
38. To Woodward from J. H. Maiden, Botanic Gardens, Sydney, 2 April, 1909, Specimens arrived in perfect order. 1 p.
39. To Woodward from J. H. Maiden, Sydney Botanic Gardens, 22 April, 1909, received Eucalyptus specimens safely returned, sent Eastern eucalyptus specimens, mentions research, 2 p.
40. To Director from Geo. E. Shepherd of "Malurus", Somerville, Victoria, 20 September, 1909, about acquiring Birds' eggs for collection. 2 p.
41. To Woodward from Gregory M. Mathews, Langley Mount, Watford, Herts.,28 January, 1909, asking about books of W.A. fauna, 2 p.
17 February, 1909, cases arrived, spare a Pehophassa rufipennis, 1 p.
2 April, 1909, thanks for W.A. emu skull and books, 1 p.
4 April, 1909, cousin Henry White, Belltrees, Scone, N.S.W. paying man Hill to buy W.A. eggs 1 p.
2 July, 1909, received P. rufipennis, thanks, 1 p.
8 July, 1909, wants a Synoecus, a Tuinisc castanonta (marked T olivei), 1 young Gallimala terebosa, a Prion young of Gabianus pacificus, 1 p.
23 July, 1909 sending Tinamus latifolius, T. solitarius and pair of Pterselis bicinchus 2 p.
25 August, 1909, birds who also visit Australia, 4 emus had arrived, 1 p.
24 September, 1909, please send some Amytornis megalurus, gigantura, striatus, woodwardi, textilis, 1 p.
4 November, 1909, Thanks for the Turnix and the Amytornis, sent over by Carter, send now no.403, fill box with bugs, 2 p.
25 November, 1909, thanking for sending skins, 1 p.
2 December, 1909, asking for skins from N. W. Australia, 1 p.
23 December, 1909, taken all notes for Amytornis, added whitei after cousin Harry White of Bellhus, Scone, N.S.W., letter from British Museum, 2 p.
1 January, 1910, returning cases of skins, lists of exchanges and duplicates,thanking. 3 p.
42. To Museum from W. Thorpe, 16 December, 1909, specimens, in exchange 2 Pteropus, Wyndham, on loan 2 Fish, Carnac Island, 1 p.
43. To Director from R. Etheridge, Australian Museum, Sydney, 4 January, 1910, are casts of fish brought by Thorpe available, what exchange wanted for the American bison, 1 p.
44. To Director from R. Etheridge, Australian Museum, Sydney, 4 January, 1910, return specimens casts of fish male and female Herring Cale, Olisthops cyanomelas, Rich., King George's Sound, Houtman Abrolhos, common in N.S.W., Victoria and Tasmania. Bats Pterpus funereus=Gouldii,1 p.
45. To Director from R. Etherington, Australian Museum, Sydney, 9 February, 1910, trustees glad to have the American Bison in exchange for information, received list of Moulds for Casts of Fish, are they priced for sale or offered as exchange, 3 p.
46. To Director from R. Etherington, Australian Museum, Sydney, 4 January, 1910, are these casts of the 2 fishes available, American Bison exchange valuation ? 1 p.
47. To Director from R. Etherington, Australian Museum, Sydney, 21 January, 1910, supply us duplicate specimens of fishes: Carcharias glaucus, Exocostus hillianus, Chilomycterus jaculiferus, Pseudorhombus muttimaculatus, P. monopus, Lycodontis mibilis, Therapon truriaccus, T. caudovittitus, Platyce3phalus bassensis, Triglia lucerna, offering Black King Fish Rachycentron canadus, Pilot fish Naucratis ductor, Garfish Hyporhamphus intermedius, 1 p.
48. To Director from National Museum of Ireland, Leinster House, 9 April, 1910, Shrine at Holy Cross and the High Cross of Monasterboice will be forwarded when ready for transit, 1 p.
49. To Curator from Sid. Wm. Jackson, Stratton, View St., Chatswood, Sydney, 13 April, 1910, asking about exchanges of collections of birds' eggs listed, 2 p.
50. To Woodward from H. L. White, Belltrees, Scone, N.S.W., 14 December, 1910, detailed lists of collected birds' eggs offered in exchange, 1 p.
51. From Woodward to R. Strelitz, 20 December, 1910, thanking for case of specimens from Dr. Michaelsen of Hamburg and thanking Director Harms of Hamburg for sending it freight free 1 p.
52. From Woodward to Dr. Michaelsen of Hamburg, 20 December, 1910, thanking for specimens and naming Peripatopsis woodwardi, getting earthworms from North-West, news of friends, 1 p.
53. From Woodward to Direktor Harms at Deutsch Australische Dampfschiffs Gesellschaft, Hamburg, 21 December, 1910, contents arrived safely, 1 p.
54. From Woodward to Gregory M. Mathews, Langley Mount, Watford, Herts., 22 December, 1910, case of Rhea arrived safely, also 2 cases of birds' skins, not yet received your book, 1 p.
55. From Woodward to E. F. Pittman, Department of Mines, Sydney, 23 December, 1910, not yet able to send Palaeozoic or Mesozoic fossils, sending a collector to get specimens next year, 1 p.
56. Specimens sent to Australian Museum, Sydney, 1910, 10 p.