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General correspondence, 1936-1937

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MS. Berlin 105

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Includes letters from and to:
  1. (fols. 17, 75, 162) A.J. Ayer, 1936
  2. (fols. 40-45, 82b, 190-191) C.D.W. O'Neill, in Germany, 1936-1937
and letters from
  1. (fols. 10-11, 176-179) J.L. Austin, enclosing proposed rules for a philosophical discussion group, 1936-1937
  2. (fol. 2) A.A.A. Blakeway, 1936
  3. (fols. 74, 287) Anthony Blunt, 1936-1937
  4. (fols. 77-78) T.S.R. Boase, 1936
  5. (fols. 246, 272, 275) Adrian Boult, 1937
  6. (fols. 20, 286) R.B. Braithwaite, 1936-7
  7. (fols. 5, 47, 54-55, 79, 189, 242-244) Guy Branch, 1936-1937
  8. (fols. 23, 91) Richard Chilver, 1936
  9. (fol. 83) J.F. Cornes, 1936
  10. (fols. 156, 181) T.S. Eliot, 1936-1937
  11. (fols. 88-89, 211) Geoffrey Faber, about a memorandum by Berlin on Psychology, 1936-1937
  12. (fols. 184, 233, 265) H.A.L. Fisher, about Berlin having elocution lessons, 1937
  13. (fol. 163) Lettice Fisher, 1936
  14. (fol. 99) John Foster, 1936
  15. (fol. 221) Eduard Fraenkel, 1937
  16. (fols. 56-9, 71-74, 112-117, 164-166, 222-228) Marion Frankfurter, including comments about Maurice Bowra who was at Harvard University, and about Adam von Trott on his visit to the United States, 1936-1937
  17. (fols. 48-50, 167-168, 215-217, 219-220) E.M. Graves, later Chilver, 1936-7
  18. (fol. 235) W.F.R. Hardie, 1937
  19. (fols. 73, 175, 188, 194, 199-200, 237) F.L.T. Graham-Harrison, 1936-7
  20. (fols. 61, 227, 253, 274, 277) Roy Harrod, 1936-7
  21. (fols. 12-13, 92-93, 284-285) Christopher Hill in the Soviet Union, about sending books back for Berlin, 1936-1937
  22. (fols. 169-170) Humphry House, 1936
  23. (fols. 16, 207, 218) D.M. Hubback, 1936-1937
  24. (fols. 86, 90, 97-98, 171-172) Rosamund Lehmann, 1936
  25. (fols. 266-268) Margaret MacDonald, commenting on Berlin's paper on ' Induction and Hypothesis', 1937
  26. (fol. 26) Arthur Calder-Marshall, 1936
  27. (fol. 252) G.E. Moore, 1937
  28. (fol. 280) Lewis Namier, 1937
  29. (fols. 96, 109-11, 212-213, 236, 240-241, 247-251, 262, 269-270, 278-279) L.B. Nicolson, mostly written while in Germany and Italy studying art, 1936-7
  30. (fol. 208) Richard Pares, 1937
  31. (fols. 1, 80-82a, 118, 206, 246, 263) H.H. Price, about Berlin's memorandum on Psychology , 1936-1937
  32. (fol. 155) Solomon Rachmilevich, 1936
  33. (fols. 32, 157-158, 193, 288-289) Jasper Ridley, 1936-7
  34. (fols. 6-9, 71, 87, 95, 106-107, 174, 271, 281-283) G.H. Robertson, 1936-1937
  35. (fols. 160-161) K.D. Robinson, 1936
  36. (fols. 212-214, 229-230) Bertrand Russell, 3rd Earl Russell, about giving a course of lectures in Oxford, 1937
  37. (fol. 35) A.H. Smith, 1936
  38. (fols. 18, 21) David Stephens, 1936
  39. (fol. 29) Thornton Butterworth Ltd., about the progress of Berlin's book on Marx, 1936
  40. (fols. 51-2, 201-203, 290) Adam von Trott, 1936-1937
  41. (fols. 258-289) E.L. Woodward, 1937

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Extent

292 Leaves

Shelfmark

MS. Berlin 105

Repository Details

Part of the Bodleian Libraries Repository

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