A note dated to 1296H. /1879CE in which Muḥammad ‘Imad al-Dīn Kula Sundhura Kahthiri Bavana Mahaaradhun grants a teak log that had drifted ashore at Utheemu to the servants of the king of Thiladhumathee Atoll who found the log.
Letter from the court in Malé to the people of Goivaruvaa demanding payment of tax revenue and a report on the harvest of root crops, timber, as well as of natural disasters and the count of rats killed on that island.
A letter sent on 10 September 1975 to Sultan Muḥammad Fareed Dīdī by Bryan Hendershott. The letter introduces Bryan Hendershott & Son company as government and public relations counsellors, and offering their services.
A letter sent on 28 April 1958 to Sultan Muḥammad Fareed Dīdī by Frank Williment after he had seen a geographic magazine about the Sultan and his palace in Malé. As a Christian convert himself, Williment also included a brief account the second coming of Christ.
A letter sent on 9 July 1958 to Sultan Muḥammad Fareed Dīdī by David R. Smith of California asking for an autograph to add to a collection. The sender encloses a sheet of paper and a self addressed envelope.
A letter sent on 5 August 1958 by Karl Heinz Michael to Amir Amin Dīdī requesting Maldivian stamps after many attempts of reaching out to various offices in the Maldives was unsuccessful. He wished to find a correspondent who could exchange stamps as well as literature. President Amin Dīdī had already passed away in 1954 and Sultan Fareed Dīdī was in power at the time the letter arrived in Malé.
A letter sent on 1956 April 25th, to Sultan Muḥammad Fareed Dīdī by Carolyn Shull of Missouri. This 12-year-old collected dolls of different countries and asked to be sent a doll from Maldives.
The re-sending on 12 March, 1959 of an earlier letter (MHS-ARC-MS22) sent on 5 August 1958 by Karl Heinz Michael to Amir Amin Dīdī requesting Maldivian stamps after many attempts of reaching out to various offices in the Maldives was unsuccessful. He wished to find a correspondent who could exchange stamps as well as literature. President Amin Dīdī had already passed away in 1954 and Sultan Fareed Dīdī was in power at the time the letter arrived in Malé.
A letter sent to Sultan Muḥammad Fareed Dīdī by John B. Downing, a police officer from Worcestershire (UK) asking for the Maldivian Police badge to add to his collection. This was sent from Worcestershire, England.
A letter sent on 8 December 1955 to Sultan Muḥammad Fareed Dīdī by agricultural reporter Lawrence D. Hills of Braintree, Essex (UK). He expressed particular interest in the merchant sailing ships of the Maldives merchant fleet, and proposed various ideas for promoting knowledge of them.
A letter sent on 11 March 1960 , by Leonard Felix of the Helene Food Health Foundation (New Jersey, USA) asking to buy a Maldivian nurse uniform for a exhibition on nurse uniforms from around the world.
A letter sent on 19 January 1957 to Sultan Muḥammad Fareed Dīdī by Wayne State University Professor by William W. Wattenberg, asking about Maldivian juvenile crimes and how they are dealt with by the state.
A letter sent on 6 March 1958 to the Sultan of Maldives by Leora Spears after she read an article about Maldives from the National Geographic magazine. She compliments Maldives and Maldivians being kite enthusiasts. She asks for a kite from the Maldives to showcase in a cub scout fair stall.
A letter sent to Sultan Mohamad Fareed Dīdī by Jean-Louis Brindamour of New York, who was compiling a book of the favorite meals of heads of state around the world, asking for two representative recipes.
A letter sent on 13 November 1958 to Sultan Muḥammad Fareed Dīdī by the Director of the Kennel Klub as an invitation to become a member and to share the Sultan’s “in the dawg house” moment. A membership form was also attached with this letter.
A letter sent (date not stated) to Sultan Muḥammad Fareed Dīdī by a 14 year old student Jacob Sømme asking for a stamp from the Maldives to add to his collection. This was sent from Stavanger, Norway.
A letter Naibu Muḥammad for Al-Ghāzī Ibrahīm Sirāj Uthama Fandiyāru to settle a dispute over the ownership of Themnbulhikoshi Goathi, a plot of land located on the right side of the road leading to Henveyru Lonuziyārai.
A letter by Āmīn Dīdī to the person in charge of looking after state owned un-inhabitated islands to the people who have leased land on them. The letter instructs them to harvest toddy, fruits, vegetables, and timber, to keep the island clean and healthy, and to kill rodents.
A letter written during the 32nd year of Sulṭān Muḥammad Shams al-Dīn's reign regarding proof of payment of 9995 rufiyaa by the citizens of Kulhudhufushi for the leasing of state-owned lands.
A letter written during the 31st year of Sulṭān Muḥammad Shams al-Dīn's reign granting a lease on Kathaarabukuna Katteyfushi for four years to a citizen of Kulhudhuhfushi, Fagudi Hasan Maalimee. Harvesting of kuredhi timber on that property can only be done with the permission of the other citizens of the island.
A letter written during the 31st year of Sulṭān Muḥammad Shams al-Dīn's reign recording proof of full payment for goods brought by Kudabadu boat: 408 Mulhifah,10 Ashtheshi kiba, 40 vadhah Adubai, 10??10 Hulhagubodu. This was all paid for with cash from the people of Kulhudhufushi.
A letter to the Sulṭān by the people of Kulhudhufushi in which they acknowledge that court proceedings should go according as the Sultan sees fit, and ask that if court is unable to continue with the proceedings that the citizens be informed as soon as possible.
Two lists on one page. The first page contains a list of lands avaible for leasing and the second page contains the list of elligble candidates who applied for the lease lands.
A letter by Amīn Dìdì, the officer supervising state-owned uninhabited islands, and approving requests for leases. This letter lays out the obligations for citizens to harvest toddy, grain, and timber, to keep the island clean and healthy, and to kill rodents.