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JOHN MAYNARD KEYNES, 18letters, 1904-1938. Thompson papers, St Andrews U. L. 13 SIRD'ARCYWENTWORTHTHOM PSON, GRAHAM WALLAS, tWO letters, 1909-1920. E. Printed Material AGATHA HILLIAM BOWLEY, A Memoir of Professor Sir Arthur Bowley ( 1869-1957) and his Family (1972). IESSn 134. Portrait: see Bowley (above). JOHN FRANCIS BRAY, 1809-1897 One manuscript letter and several drafts of published and unpublished works, with photostats of letters, articles and other material. E. MS. of God and Man a Unity, written 1877-1878, and correspondence of 1883 about its publication.
C182-<:183. A register of Goschen's letters as First Lord of the Admiralty, 1895-1900. Bodleian, MS. Eng. Hist. c386. Letters to and from Goschen on financial questions, 18871897, with one or two other papers. E. Correspondents ARTHUR JAMES BALFOUR, 1906. M. Add. MS. 49706. 1st Earl of Balfour, many letters, 188734 JOHN EDWARD COURTENAY BODLEY, Bodleian, MS. Eng. Lett. d174. five letters, 1884-1886. three letters, 1890-1893. E. HENRY BROADHURST, correspondence and memoranda, 18691874. O. d. L. EDWARD CARDWELL, 23 items, 1886-1899.
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Economists’ Papers 1750–1950: A Guide to Archive and other Manuscript Sources for the History of British and Irish Economic Thought by R.P. Sturges