The Abushâdy Archive is a repository of materials left behind by the Egyptian Romantic poet Ahmed Zaky Abushâdy (1892-1955). The archive houses manuscripts, artworks, photographs, science and poetry journals, letters, diaries, audio recordings, and ephemera.
In addition to his contributions to Arabic poetry, Abushâdy was a radical bee scientist, bacteriologist, inventor and physician, and his archive is relevant to the study of 20th Egyptian culture across the disciplines in which he worked.
The Abushâdy Archive is still being processed.
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