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General correspondence, Jan.-June 1946

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MS. Berlin 113

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Includes some semi-official correspondence while working for British Information Services in Washington

Includes letters from and copies of letters to:
  1. (fols. 83-85, 119) David Astor, about possible candidates as an American correspondent for the Observer
  2. (fol. 73) Ernest Bevin
  3. (fols. 22, 68) Sir Stafford Cripps
  4. (fols. 33, 79) Frank Darvall
  5. (fols. 15, 96-99) A.C.E. Malcolm, including a description by Berlin of his general impressions of the Soviet Union
  6. (fols. 32, 64, 110, 186, 217, 232, 269) Sir Robert Mayer
  7. (fols. 69, 102, 274) G.E. Moore
  8. (fols. 26, 63, 111, 218) Allardyce Nicoll
  9. (fols. 107-8, 165-70) Susan Mary Patten
  10. (fols. 89-95, 211-216) F.K. Roberts, including accounts by Berlin of his departure from the Soviet Union, and the current political situation in the United States; and comment by Roberts on the possibility of an Honorary Degree being conferred on Boris Pasternak
  11. (fols. 125-126) H.A.C. Rumbold
  12. (fols. 45, 81, 144) J.W. Scott
  13. (fols. 13, 21, 31, 122-123, 145-146, 173-180) E.E. Tomkins
with letters from
  1. (fols. 267-268) A.J. Ayer
  2. (fols. 203-204) John Balfour
  3. (fol. 100) Lady Patricia de Bendern
  4. (fols. 282-284) A.H. Bohlen
  5. (fol. 158) N.O. Brown
  6. (fols. 5-9, 103-105) J.F. Cornes, serving in Palestine
  7. (fols. 198-200) Bob Dunbar, giving an account of poetry readings by Anna Akhmatova, Boris Pasternak and others in Moscow
  8. (fols. 240, 293) W.G. Eytan
  9. (fols. 253-235) Marion Frankfurter
  10. (fol. 143) Anne Fremantle
  11. (fol. 49) Sylvester Gates
  12. (fols. 244-245) Philip Graham
  13. (fols. 19, 160-161, 270) E.F.L. Wood, 1st Earl Halifax, including reference to the possibility of an Honorary Degree being awarded to Boris Pasternak
  14. (fol. 239) Alexander Halpern
  15. (fol. 256) T.L. Hodgkin
  16. (fols. 113-114) Raimund von Hofmannsthal
  17. (fol. 280) C.F. Hardie
  18. (fols. 206, 228, 242, 273, 278) A.H. Hourani
  19. (fol. 220) Rosamund Lehmann
  20. (fol. 233) A.R.K. Mackenzie
  21. (fol. 112) L.B. Nicolson
  22. (fols. 285-289) Arthur Lourie
  23. (fol. 237) Cressida Ridley
  24. (fol. 100) Baronne Alix de Rothschild
  25. (fols. 100, 225) Baron Guy de Rothschild
  26. (fols. 106, 171-172, 246-251) Meyer Schapiro
  27. (fol. 162) A.H. Smith, about Berlin's appointment as a University Lecturer
  28. (fols. 184, 252, 272) Humphrey Sumner
  29. (fols. 35, 234, 271) B.M.H. Tripp
  30. (fols. 207, 236, 263) The Royal Institute of International Affairs, about Berlin giving a lecture on the Soviet Union
and letters about:
  1. (fols. 1-87 passim) the award of a CBE to Berlin

Dates

  • Jan.-June 1946

Extent

293 Leaves

Shelfmark

MS. Berlin 113

Repository Details

Part of the Bodleian Libraries Repository

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Weston Library
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