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General correspondence, Nov.-Dec. 1953

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MS. Berlin 136

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Includes letters from and copies of letters to:
  1. (fols. 103, 155) Ian Bowen, including comments by Bowen on the death of Dylan Thomas, whom he knew slightly as an undergraduate
  2. (fols. 127-129, 175, 335-337, 433-440) Lord David Cecil
  3. (fols. 391-392) Norman Chester
  4. (fols. 270, 311) John Clive
  5. (fols. 131-132, 222-228, 372) Bill Deakin
  6. (fol. 91) Geoffrey Faber
  7. (fol. 242) Anne Fremantle
  8. (fol. 325) Sir Gladwyn Jebb
  9. (fols. 264-5) C.K.M. Kluckhohn
  10. (fols. 54, 99, 151, 291, 402) P.E. Mosely
  11. (fols. 45-49, 118-121, 191-192, 230, 232, 312, 367, 409) M.F. Perham, about the offer of the Wardenship of Nuffield College to Berlin, extended by Perham as Senior Fellow
  12. (fols. 302, 347) Chaim Raphael
  13. (fols. 373-374) the Sunday Times, about Berlin's contribution to Books of the Year, including a draft
  14. (fols. 168-169, 246-247) L.B. Schapiro
  15. (fols. 326-327, 395, 410) E.J. Simmons
  16. (fol. 87) Sir Leon Simon
  17. (fols. 104, 123, 196, 266-267, 293, 370) Solly Zuckerman
with letters from
  1. (fol. 422) Max Ascoli
  2. (fol. 126) James Billington
  3. (fols. 146, 330-332) Sam Behrman
  4. (fols. 210, 299, 442-445) Marion Frankfurter
  5. (fol. 379) Alexander Halpern
  6. (fol. 447) Wilhelmine Harrod
  7. (fol. 448) Max Hayward
  8. (fol. 449) A.P. Pryce-Jones
  9. (fol. 413) R.F. Kahn
  10. (fol. 354) G.L. Kline
  11. (fol. 162) Eugene Lampert
  12. (fol. 453) C.D.W. O'Neill
  13. (fol. 454) D.F. Pears
  14. (fols. 462-464) Gilbert Ryle
  15. (fol. 465) Bernard Spencer
  16. (fols. 81-84) Franco Venturi
  17. (fol. 471) Sir Charles Webster
  18. (fols. 80, 300, 355) Edmund Wilson
  19. (fols. 304-306) Sir Ernest Woodward
and letters about:
  1. (fols. 1-270 passim) a party organised in New York by Berlin and Raymond Bonham Carter, for Lady Violet Bonham Carter
  2. (fols. 69-71, 76-77) Mendel Berlin's medical treatment for leukaemia
  3. (fols. 127-392 passim) the offer of the Nuffield College Wardenship to Berlin
  4. (fols. 395-429 passim) the sudden deterioration in Mendel Berlin's health, Isaiah's urgent return to Britain from the United States, and Mendel's death, including letters of condolence

Dates

  • Nov.-Dec. 1953

Extent

473 Leaves

Shelfmark

MS. Berlin 136

Repository Details

Part of the Bodleian Libraries Repository

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