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General correspondence, Jan.-Feb. 1955

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MS. Berlin 140

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Includes letters from and copies of letters to:
  1. (fols. 38, 154) Giles Constable
  2. (fols. 120, 167) R.H.S. Crossman
  3. (fols. 54, 82, 205) Margaret Deneke
  4. (fols. 118, 169, 280) Eugene Lampert
  5. (fols. 8, 78, 206-207) M.E. Malia
  6. (fols. 71, 148, 239, 282) I.M. Sieff
  7. (fols. 124, 187) E.J. Simmons, about the publication of ' Herzen and Bakunin on Individual Liberty'
  8. (fol. 204) J.H.A. Sparrow as Warden of All Souls College, applying for re-election as a fellow
  9. (fol. 240) Vera Weizmann
with letters from
  1. (fols. 271, 339) Michael Astor
  2. (fols. 97, 106) Sir John Balfour
  3. (fols. 200-201, 257) Sam Behrman
  4. (fol. 173) John Wheeler-Bennett
  5. (fol. 111) George Bolsover
  6. (fol. 188) Randolph Churchill
  7. (fol. 222) John Clive
  8. (fols. 262-265) Olivia Constable
  9. (fols. 87, 338) A.P. d'Entrèves
  10. (fols. 4-5) Ann Fleming
  11. (fol. 29) Sylvester Gates
  12. (fol. 174) Myron Gilmore
  13. (fol. 146) Wilhelmine Harrod
  14. (fol. 189) J.R. Hicks
  15. (fols. 276-277) Madeline House, about the death of her husband Humphry House
  16. (fol. 51) A.P. Pryce-Jones
  17. (fol. 313) G.F. Kennan
  18. (fol. 214) Baronne Johanna Lambert
  19. (fols. 104-105) Joan Moore, Viscountess Moore
  20. (fol. 134) Agnes Headlam-Morley
  21. (fol. 198) Sir Lewis Namier
  22. (fols. 41-42) Susan Mary Patten
  23. (fol. 204) K.D. Robinson
  24. (fol. 316) Baronne Alix de Rothschild
  25. (fol. 266) M.D. Ryan
  26. (fols. 32, 131, 212) Raphael Salem
  27. (fol. 161) E.M. Starkie
  28. (fol. 96) T.E. Utley
  29. (fol. 132) Sir Ernest Woodward
and letters about:
  1. (passim) Berlin's Historical Inevitability
  2. (fols. 104-105, 228-229, 231-232, 238, 268-269, 281, 318-321, 332) Berlin's broadcast lectures ' A Marvellous Decade'

Dates

  • Jan.-Feb. 1955

Extent

347 Leaves

Shelfmark

MS. Berlin 140

Repository Details

Part of the Bodleian Libraries Repository

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Weston Library
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