People who have used photos and scans of manuscripts and books in the U Pho Thi Library:
Dr Jason A. Carbine, Associate Professor, The C. Milo Connick Chair of Religious Studies, Whittier College, California. Manuscripts of the Kalyāṇī Inscriptions.
Mr Chris Clark, Ph.D. candidate, University of Sydney. Manuscripts and editions of the Apadāna.
Mr Aleix Ruiz Falqués, Ph.D. candidate, Cambridge University. Manuscripts and editions of texts on Pāli grammar.
Dr Alexandra Green, Henry Ginsburg Curator for Southeast Asia, Department of Asia, British Museum. Illustrated parabaiks.
Dr Petra Kieffer-Pülz, Senior Researcher, Akademie der Wissenschaften und Literatur Mainz. Manuscripts and editions of Pāli texts relating to Vinaya and grammar.
Dr Alexey Kirichenko, Assistant Professor, Institute of Asian and African Studies, Moscow State University. Manuscripts connected with the eigtheenth-century Burmese monk, Venerable Atula.
Dr D.C. Lammerts, Assistant Professor, Department of Religion, Rutgers University. Manuscripts with Amarakośa texts.
Dr Anne Peters will be cross-referencing the manuscripts in our catalogue in future volumes of the catalogue of Burmese manuscripts in Germany (Birmanische Handschriften, Verzeichnis der Orientalischen Handscripften in Deutschland, Akademie der Vissenchaften in Göttingen).
Dr Catherine Raymond, Associate Professor, Art History, Northern Illinois University. Illustrated parabaiks.
Mr Anthony Scott, Ph.D. candidate, University of Toronto. Manuscripts of the Milindapañha-nissaya
Ms Sinead Ward, Ph.D. candidate, School of Oriental and African Studies, London. Kammavācā manuscripts.
 The site does not use the standard way of transliterating Pāli into Roman script, so it can be a little difficult to locate texts. “Pātimokkha”, for example, is transcribed as “Pathemokka”. It seems only the first few leaves are included in the PDFs of the manuscripts.
 Many parabaiks have a black background and can be used much like a slate. These rarely have straight forward texts, being used very often for making notes. These have not been photographed.
 Yangon: Myanmar Book Centre, 2006.
 William Pruitt and Roger Bischoff, Catalogue of the Pāli–Burmese and Burmese Manuscripts in the Library of Wellcome Institute for the History of Medicine (London: Wellcome Trust, 1998). It is available as an E-book