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General correspondence, Jan.-Apr. 1959

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MS. Berlin 156

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Includes letters to and copies of letters from
  1. (fols. 255, 257) Max Beloff
  2. (fols. 196-8, 215-17) Thomas Brimelow, about works of English literature for publication in the Soviet Union
  3. (fols. 20, 140, 154, 157, 172, 176) M.I. Cole
  4. (fols. 43, 69) Robert Craft, about arrangements for a visit to London by Stravinsky
  5. (fols. 175, 236, 248-9, 269) R.H.S. Crossman, about a blurb for Crossman's book on Plato, including a draft
  6. (fols. 44, 214, 220) Pieter Geyl
  7. (fols. 232, 253, 287) Nahum Goldmann
  8. (fols. 266-8, 283-6) Boris Guriel
  9. (fol. 254) A.H. Head
  10. (fols. 155, 163) Alec Lerner
  11. (fols. 10, 51, 62, 80) Meyer Schapiro, about a proposed book on Dr Zhivago
  12. (fols. 59, 169, 225, 237) George Steiner
  13. (fols. 67, 74) D.W. Treadgold
  14. (fols. 234-5, 245-6, 295-8) Vera Weizmann
with letters from
  1. (fol. 7) Sir John Balfour
  2. (fol. 15) Sir John Wheeler-Bennett
  3. (fol. 160) Robert Boothby, Baron Boothby
  4. (fol. 152) Robert Brand, Baron Brand
  5. (fol. 63) G.E.G. Catlin
  6. (fol. 6) Sir Kenneth Clark
  7. (fol. 166) B.V. Cohen
  8. (fols. 19-20) G.D.H. Cole, about Berlin's Inaugural Lecture as Chichele Professor on Two Concepts of Liberty , sent after Cole's death
  9. (fol. 247) Bill Deakin
  10. (fol. 87) Margaret Deneke
  11. (fol. 53) A.P. d'Entrèves
  12. (fol. 136) J.S. Fulton
  13. (fol. 187) Baronne Yvonne de Gunzbourg
  14. (fol. 64) K.M. Halle
  15. (fol. 29) W.F.R. Hardie
  16. (fol. 31) Sir Roy Harrod
  17. (fols. 108-10) Raimund von Hofmannsthal
  18. (fol. 164) William James
  19. (fol. 165) G.F. Kennan
  20. (fol. 32) Irving Kristol
  21. (fol. 183) Baronne Johanna Lambert
  22. (fols. 60-1) Eugene Lampert
  23. (fol. 294) Sir Roger Makins
  24. (fols. 23, 39-41, 82-6) Yehudi Menuhin
  25. (fol. 47) A.D. Momigliano
  26. (fol. 57) Sir Lewis Namier
  27. (fols. 30, 143-4) Richard Pipes
  28. (fol. 125) Marc Raeff
  29. (fol. 17) Sir Frank Roberts
  30. (fol. 189) M.D. Ryan
  31. (fol. 88) I.M. Sieff
  32. (fol. 54) Lydia Pasternak Slater
  33. (fol. 94) Michel Strauss
  34. (fol. 142) Rosalyn Tureck
  35. (fols. 259-60) Mayir Vereté
  36. (fol. 22) G.J. Warnock
  37. (fol. 106) Edmund Wilson
  38. (fols. 122-3) C.E. Wyzanski
and letters about:
  1. (fols. 11-201 passim, 288-91) Berlin's Inaugural Lecture as Chichele Professor of Social and Political Theory, Two Concepts of Liberty
  2. (fols. 155, 163, 234-5, 245-6, 259-60, 266-8, 283-6, 295-8) the proposed formation of an Institute of International Affairs in Israel, at Rehovot or elsewhere

Dates

  • Jan.-Apr. 1959

Extent

299 Leaves

Shelfmark

MS. Berlin 156

Repository Details

Part of the Bodleian Libraries Repository

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