Keynes, John Maynard, 1883 - 1946 (Baron Keynes, economist)
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Found in 88 Collections and/or Records:
2 autograph letters signed, , and photocopies of 2 autograph letters signed to Clive Bell, [late 1930].
7 autograph letters signed, 1 autograph postcard signed and 2 envelopes addressed to Vanessa Bell. 1916-1932, some undated.
2 obituaries of Lytton Strachey from The Observer and The Sunday Times. 24 June 1932.
Photocopy of 1 autograph letter signed from Dora Carrington and Lytton Strachey to John Maynard Keynes, 29 Aug. 1916.
7 autograph letters signed.
12 autograph letters signed, 10 typed letters signed, 1 autograph postcard signed and a typescript copy telegram.
1 autograph letter, signed, to Julian Bell. 11 Mar. 1934. Former reference JHB/1.
1 autograph letter, signed, to Anthony Blunt inviting him and Julian Bell to lunch. 17 Mar. 1929. Former reference JHB/6.
Letters from John Maynard Keynes to Sir Percy Bates, Clive and Vanessa Bell and Duncan Grant, 1908 - 1943
This series comprises correspondence, chiefly letters written and received by Clive and Vanessa Bell, Duncan Grant, Julian and Quentin Bell, by Vanessa Bell's mother Julia Stephen and others.
Faded snapshot of John Maynard Keynes wearing a cloth cap, Lytton Strachey wearing a hat and Barbara Bagenal wearing a dark jumper. The man wearing a shirt and braces might be Nicholas Bagenal or Saxon Sydney-Turner. According to Frances Partridge's index, this image was taken at Tidmarsh Mill House.
This collection comprises personal papers found among the papers of R. E. Macpherson, associated with him through his Bursarial office. They include sketches by Duncan Grant, personal papers of John Tresidder Sheppard, and notes by John Maynard Keynes.
Off-print of an article written for 'Today and Tomorrow', a 'review of modern life', Vol. 1, No. 2.
Material relating to Bloomsbury figures for whom there is not an existing collection, or relating to more than one of the Bloomsbury collections.
Contains BLM/1-19, and publications.
The notebook includes an autograph manuscript note inside the front cover by John Maynard Keynes, 'Motto for the Washing Book', and several pages of notes of share prices, some in the hand of Piero Sraffa.
Autograph manuscript documents in several hands, among them the hands of Lydia Lopokova Keynes, J.M. Keynes and Dennis Robertson.
The file contains typescript drafts and a galley proof of the white paper on government employment policy, 1944, with a copy typed letter from RFK to J. P. R. Maud, 1 and 2 May 1944 and a typed letter signed from John Maynard Keynes to RFK, 4 May 1944, on their contents.
The file contains lecture notes, essays and notes from reading on economic subjects. The essays were marked by G. Shove, J. M. Keynes and Piero Sraffa.
Photocopies of correspondence relating to a performance of William Walton's 'Belshazzar's Feast', 1934
The file comprises:
- 2 typed letters signed from John Maynard Keynes to Hubert Foss, 5 and 17 Oct. 1934;
- 1 typed letter from Hubert Foss to JMK, 26 Jul. 1934;
- 2 typed letters from Hubert Foss to Malcolm Sargent, 8 and 16 Oct. 1934;
- 1 typed letter signed from Malcolm Sargent to Hubert Foss, 12 Oct. 1934;
- 1 typed letter signed from Lilian Baylis to Hubert Foss, 25 Oct. 1934.
Photocopies of letters from John Maynard Keynes once part of the Harrod papers at the British Library, 1911 - 1933
1 autograph postcard signed.
1 autograph postcard signed.
Predictions about the progress of the war during 1944, written at Christmas 1943 at the instigation of Quentin Bell. Prophecies were contributed by Quentin Bell, Clive Bell, John Maynard Keynes, Max Werner (press cutting ‘Six Point Chart for Victory Year’ from Reynolds News, c. Dec. 1943), Duncan Grant, Vanessa Bell, Angelica Bell and Leonard Woolf. The file also contains 1 typed letter signed from Leonard Woolf to Vanessa Bell enclosing his prophecy, and 3 envelopes.
Autograph manuscript and typescript draft scripts by Lydia Lopokova Keynes and J.M. Keynes, marked up for reading aloud. Broadcast on the BBC, with many accompanied by music. These include an account of the life of Anna Pavlova.
The UK Archival Thesaurus has been integrated with our catalogue, thanks to Kings College London and the AIM25 project for their support with this.