As you can see there is ALOT of documentation. It looks like there were two NeXTStep Academic Bundles - only one has the case for it.
I am extremely grateful to find a copy of WordPerfect and Lotus Improv in the lot - as it seems that finding software developed for the NeXT is kinda rare.
Also in the collection were 2 256mb Optical Drives with 4 disk caddies. I don't know if these work. Also, I don't have any of the actual optical disks that were used with these.
There was also a NeXT speaker - which I don't have in the collection.
Again, thanks to the estate of David Fletcher Evans from Ontario, Canada and Rob Warren and John Aycock for arranging the logistics/transport while I was away in Samoa consulting.