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General correspondence, Jan.-Apr. 1951

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MS. Berlin 126

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Includes letters from
  1. (fols. 217, 270) Max Ascoli, about Berlin's article on Stalin appearing under the pseudonym 'O. Utis'
  2. (fol. 1) J.E.G. Asquith, 2nd Earl of Oxford and Asquith
  3. (fols. 274-275) A.J. Ayer
  4. (fols.130-131, 165) Sir John Balfour
  5. (fols. 25, 77) Lady Patricia de Bendern
  6. (fol. 299) John Wheeler-Bennett
  7. (fols. 61, 143, 204) G.D.H. Cole
  8. (fol. 225) John Julius Cooper
  9. (fol. 202) Bill Deakin
  10. (fols. 132, 276) Edward Mead Earle
  11. (fol. 189) W.G. Eytan
  12. (fol. 282) Lettice Fisher
  13. (fol. 188) Eduard Fraenkel
  14. (fols. 110-111) Sylvester Gates
  15. (fol. 158) K.M. Halle
  16. (fols. 20-21) Sir Keith Joseph
  17. (fols. 96, 114-116, 173, 193) R.F. Kahn, about a visit by Kahn to Israel
  18. (fol. 66, 205) Nicky Mariano
  19. (fol. 237) Agnes Headlam-Morley
  20. (fol. 295) P.E. Mosely
  21. (fols. 75-76, 144-145) D.C. McKay, about arrangements for Berlin's next visiting lectureship at Harvard University
  22. (fol. 11) D.F. Pears
  23. (fols. 123, 300) Elliott Perkins
  24. (fols. 180-181) N.V. Riasanovsky
  25. (fol. 206) Cressida Ridley
  26. (fol. 140) K.D. Robinson
  27. (fol. 3) L.B. Schapiro
  28. (fols. 80, 96, 245) J.M. Shaftesley
  29. (fol. 219) A.H. Smith
  30. (fols. 197, 303) F.M. Stark
  31. (fol. 168) E.M. Starkie
  32. (fols. 35, 163, 218) Humphrey Sumner
  33. (fol. 51) E.E. Tomkins
  34. (fol. 155) Friedrich Waismann
  35. (fol. 172) Vera Weizmann
  36. (fols. 17-18, 216) Edgar Wind
and copies of letters to:
  1. (fol. 71) A.P. Pryce-Jones
  2. (fols. 146-152) G.F. Kennan, giving a detailed response to Kennan's letter about Berlin's ' Political Ideas in the Twentieth Century'. This letter was published in Liberty (bib. 254)

Dates

  • Jan.-Apr. 1951

Extent

307 Leaves

Shelfmark

MS. Berlin 126

Repository Details

Part of the Bodleian Libraries Repository

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