In the archives of the Griffith Institute, there is a lot of correspondence between various Egyptologists.
Among their collection, this 1892 letter, written by Howard Carter to Percy Newberry in which he talks about an interesting stela he found.
Sat. 7 April.
My Dear Newberry,
I received your letter last on April 22nd. And have been waiting to hear from friend mentioned in your last letter, but no letter has come, so I am uncertain as to what to do.
The work is coming to an end now, and we are hard at work packing. I found a very interesting tablet**. With Khuenaten*** seated upon a throne dancing the Queen upon his knee with the two princesses upon her lap. I am sorry to say that the heads are broken off; Petrie says that he does not know of anything like it in Egypt.
I am sorry to say that Petrie has been layed up with a bad foot for this last fortnight unable to get out very far. It is getting very warm now last Saturday and Sunday it was 112 ½˚ it makes one feel very lazy. I think Mr Petrie means to leave on the first week of June.
Hoping you are well
* Carter is probably referring to Deir Mawas on the opposite bank close to Amarna.
** The tablet Carter refers to is a stela which is now in the Louvre, E 11624
*** Khuenaten was the name used for Akhernaten in those days.