Skip to main content

General correspondence, Jan.-Sept. 1947

 File
MS. Berlin 115

  • How to
    request
Includes letters from and copies of letters to:
  1. (fols. 45, 145-147, 282, 318-320) Lady Patricia de Bendern
  2. (fols. 89-91, 109-116, 132-133, 142, 150, 183, 193) D.C. McKay, about the possibility of a visiting lectureship for Berlin at Harvard University, including an outline by Berlin of his current interests
with letters from
  1. (fol. 79) W.G.S. Adams
  2. (fol. 279) J.E.G. Asquith, 2nd Earl of Oxford and Asquith
  3. (fols. 22, 52, 120) Sam Behrman
  4. (fol. 108) Max Beloff
  5. (fol. 69) T.S.R. Boase
  6. (fol. 162) C.E. Bohlen
  7. (fol. 15) Robert Brand, Baron Brand
  8. (fol. 289) Guy Chilver
  9. (fols. 27, 219) William Clark
  10. (fol. 21) Lady Diana Cooper
  11. (fol. 299) John Julius Cooper
  12. (fol. 28) W.G. Eytan
  13. (fols. 29-39, 275, 311) Aubrey Eban, about drafting a statement on the Palestine problem, including a preliminary version
  14. (fol. 265) Penelope Felkin
  15. (fol. 225) John Foster
  16. (fol. 190) Eduard Fraenkel
  17. (fols. 237, 293, 307) Anne Fremantle
  18. (fols. 198, 264) Philip Graham
  19. (fols. 122-123) David Ben-Gurion, inviting Berlin to join his staff
  20. (fol. 184) Alexander Halpern
  21. (fols. 20, 42) T.L. Hodgkin
  22. (fols. 273, 277) A.H. Hourani
  23. (fols. 144, 263) Sir Keith Joseph
  24. (fols. 127, 226) Baronne Johanna Lambert
  25. (fol. 288) H.J. Laski
  26. (fol. 148) A.C.E. Malcolm
  27. (fol. 63) G.E. Moore
  28. (fol. 275) A.N. Morgan
  29. (fols. 58, 70, 167) Lewis Namier
  30. (fol. 118) Boris Nicolaevsky of the Fund for the Relief of Men of Letters and Scientists of Russia, including references to Anna Akhmatova (about the loss of her card and of her flat in Fontanny Dom, and a query whether Berlin knows anything of the fate of her son Lev Gumilev), and to Zoshchenko
  31. (fol. 221) Nigel Nicolson
  32. (fol. 315) Susan Mary Patten
  33. (fol. 61) H.H. Price
  34. (fols. 283-284) Solomon Rachmilevich, including comments on the situation in Palestine
  35. (fol. 232) Cressida Ridley
  36. (fols. 316-317) D.P. Reilly
  37. (fol. 210) Ann Charteris, Viscountess Rothermere
  38. (fol. 276) Baronne Alix de Rothschild
  39. (fols. 276, 286, 295) Baron G.E.A.P. de Rothschild
  40. (fol. 174) M.D. Ryan
  41. (fols. 77-78, 103) F.A. Rumbold
  42. (fols. 54-55, 86) Meyer Schapiro
  43. (fol. 285) Humphrey Searle
  44. (fol. 213) J.W. Scott
  45. (fol. 193) A.H. Smith
  46. (fol. 127) Natasha Spender
  47. (fol. 166) F.M. Stark
  48. (fols. 80, 85) E.M. Starkie
  49. (fols. 2, 107) Humphrey Sumner
  50. (fol. 253) Ronald Tree
  51. (fols. 65-66, 105, 175, 250) B.M.H. Tripp, including news of Anna Akhmatova
  52. (fols. 43, 94, 218, 227) Chaim Weizmann, about Berlin helping with the statement on Palestine, and a visit to Palestine by Berlin
  53. (fols. 134-135) Vera Weizmann
and
  1. (fol. 51) anonymous satirical poem about A.L. Rowse

Dates

  • Jan.-Sept. 1947

Extent

320 Leaves

Shelfmark

MS. Berlin 115

Repository Details

Part of the Bodleian Libraries Repository

Contact:
Weston Library
Broad Street
Oxford OX1 3BG United Kingdom