These are hard to find items...Petrie had logs about his findings in Sinia.....
Petrie’s logs were collated by him into a fairly substantial book entitled "Researches in Sinai." This was published by John Murray of London in 1906, but it was not long-lived and copies are now very hard to find.
Much later, in 1955, the newly styled and rather more inspired Egypt Exploration Society (in association with Oxford University Press) published their own edition concerning the Sinai reliefs and inscriptions.
This two-volume work dealt in the first instance with Petrie’s findings, but the second part concentrated on the related manuscripts of prominent Egyptologists Alan H. Gardiner and T. Eric Peet. They had progressed Petrie’s work for the Society, transcribing, relating, and debating the hieroglyphs and carvings.
Anyone have any idea where one can find these books or if they are online?