Keynes, John Maynard, 1883 - 1946 (Baron Keynes, economist)
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Found in 88 Collections and/or Records:
Writers include John Maynard Keynes (2 letters).
Correspondence between J. M. Keynes and E. U. Maggs (of Maggs Bros Ltd, Conduit Street, W1) concerning his acquisition of manuscripts of MRJ's ghost stories.
The file contains 5 autograph letters signed, 3 typed letters signed and 1 autograph postcard signed, between AMT, R. F. Kahn, J. M. Keynes, G. H. W. Rylands, J. T. Sheppard and others relating to the financial arrangements for AMT's teaching position in King's College.
The file includes a draft of letter to A. W. Crick of Midland Bank on the use of banking statistics; reading lists and notes; and a roneo typescript 'Is there inflation in the United States?' by J. M. Keynes, 1 Sept. 1928.
In the form of a journal, John Maynard Keynes records his love for Arthur [Hobhouse], analysing his character and expressing his dreams for physical and romantic love. Written in Truro. Includes manuscript notes by [Arthur Hobhouse] describing his feelings, dated 3 April.
To request this document please use call mark: Misc. 33/2.
Card index bibliography of articles by John Maynard Keynes, published in journals and newspapers. Some of the cards contain references to files within the Keynes papers. A note in the front of the index lists the Keynes scrapbooks examined by 'JAM'.
Modern reprints of photographs of members of the 'Bloomsbury Group', including Duncan Grant, Clive Bell, J. M. Keynes, G. Lytton Strachey, Vanessa, Julian and Quentin Bell, and Angelica Garnett. Some of the photographs were taken by Vanessa Bell, and several appear in 'Vanessa Bell's Family Album' (J. V. Norman and Hobhouse Ltd: London, 1981). Dimensions: 21.5 x 16.3 cm. Sleeves 117-21.
The file, subtitled 'Correspondence with National Institute of Economic and Social Research', contains mainly correspondence between JRNS, Winifred Stone and Colin Clark concerning their work on statistics. It also includes letters from Austin Robinson and one letter from J. M. Keynes.
The file contains interim reports and research papers of the project to study the process of economic change as illustrated by the period 1924 onwards, with criticism by John Maynard Keynes and RFK and correspondence with M. Kalecki.
Newspaper cuttings relating to: JMK's mother Florence, brother Geoffrey, wife Lydia and JMK himself including a Bertrand Russell memoir of JMK and Lytton Strachey and a postcard showing the Gwen Raverat portrait of JMK; GE Moore; Sir Roy Harrod; a review of Harold Nicolson's biography of JMK; and a Noel Annan article on contemporary British foreign policy.
The file comprises assorted condolence letters to JTS and Lydia Lopokova Keynes on the death of J.M. Keynes.
The sketch was printed as a supplement to 'The New Statesman and Nation', 28 Oct. 1933. (Oversize)
4 files concerning copyright and contracts for the publication of Keynes' 'General Theory of Employment, Interest and Money' and other works. The papers include photocopies of contracts between Keynes and publishers in the USA and Germany, and original correspondence and papers mainly from the 1970s onwards concerning copyright and later contracts for publication.
- 15 autograph letters signed from Cole to JTS, 1902-54;
- 1 copy typed letter from JTS to Cole, 8 Dec. 1942;
- 1 typed letter signed from Cole to F. L. Lucas, 20 Nov. 1929;
- 1 typed letter signed from Cole to J. M. Keynes, 30 Mar. 1943 and 1 copy typed letter from J. M. Keynes to Cole, 2 Apr. 1943.
The file contains:
2 autograph letters signed from Barbara Bagenal to RFK. 5 Jan. and 21 Feb. 1947;
2 copy typed letters from RFK to Barbara Bagenal. 9 Jan. and 17 Feb. 1947;
1 copy typed letter from RFK to Duncan Grant, 18 Feb. 1947;
a copy of a letter from John Maynard Keynes to Barbara Bagenal, 8 Aug. 1945 and an extract from letter from Keynes to Bagenal, 28 Jan. 1940.
1 autograph letter, signed, to E.M. Forster. 28 Aug. 1928.
Photocopies of 45 autograph letters, signed, and 13 autograph postcards, signed, from E.M. Forster. 1913-31. Enclosing 1 autograph letter, signed, from John Maynard Keynes to E.M. Forster. 26 May 1923.
To request this envelope, please use the following call mark: 18/Strachey, G.L.
Photocopies of 7 autograph letters, signed, 2 typed letters, signed, and 2 autograph postcards, signed, from E.M. Forster. 1914-33
1 typed letter, signed, from Daniel MacMillan to John Maynard Keynes. 1933.
1 carbon typed letter, signed, from John Maynard Keynes to Daniel MacMillan. 1933
2 carbon typed letters, signed, from John Maynard Keynes to E.M. Forster. 1933
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14 letters to Joan Robinson concerning articles by her, etc. 1932-44.
Photocopies of 2 letters to Joan Robinson. 1944.
Photocopy of 1 letter from Joan Robinson. 1944.
A copy of the printed 'Congressional Record' with a speech by Fred L. Crawford, sent to Joan Robinson by J.M. Keynes. 10 July 1940.
6 autograph letters, signed, 7 typed letters, signed, and 1 autograph postcard, signed, from J.M. Keynes to John Saltmarsh. 11 Nov. 1930 - 21 Jan. 1942.
3 carbon letters, signed, from John Saltmarsh to J.M. Keynes. 23 June 1932 - 14 May 1938
14 autograph letters, signed, from F.A. Keynes to John Saltmarsh. 11 Oct. 1947 - 27 Oct. [n.y.]
5 carbon letters, signed, from John Saltmarsh to F.A. Keynes. 2 Feb. 1948 - 11 July 1957.
The file comprises:-
- 1 autograph letter signed from R. F. Harrod to RFK, 19 Sept. 1949;
- 1 copy typed letter signed from RFK to Harrod, 15 Sept. 1949;
- 1 typed letter signed from J. M. Keynes to RFK, 13 Mar. 1946.
Correspondence between the Central Statistical Office of Offices of the War Cabinet and JRNS, 1941 - 1989
The files contain material relating to national income accounting, 1941-45, including J. M. Keynes' files on War Finance assembled in the preparation, with JRNS and James Meade, of the White Papers on national accounts circulated with the budget from 1941 onwards, and an official index of production, 1951.
12 autograph letters, signed, 1 typed letter, signed, and 1 autograph postcard, signed.
The file contains letters exchanged between John Ryan and J. M. Keynes on the Cotton Yarn Association Ltd., Manchester. The material on the cotton industry catalogued as 3/7-9 was lent to RFK by J. M. Keynes for use in writing his Fellowship Dissertation on the short period.
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