Russell, Bertrand Arthur William, 1872-1970 (3rd Earl Russell and philosopher)
- Existence: 1872 - 1970
Found in 7 Collections and/or Records:
Three letters from Russell to Meynell; 2 letters from Meynell to Russell (photocopies); 2 letters from Dora Russell to Meynell; further papers about the Russell children and their schooling. With these are a clipping of Russell's obituary in The Times (1970) and correspondence between Meynell and the Russell Archive (Kenneth Blackwell) and Ronald W. Clark (1972).
Correspondence between Ashford and McMaster University; exchange with George Allen & Unwin, 1918-1985
Re: Richardson material in the Bertrand Russell archive; re: material relating to 'Mathematical Psychology of War'
Letter from Bertrand Russell, (1872-1970), 3rd Earl Russell, philosopher, (no place given), to Siegfried Sassoon, 1918 (date inferred)
Copy of letter (typescript) re non-appreciation of Rimbaud, can't believe there is any goodness or beauty in the core of the world. ''Only a sort of rage and fierce Will keeps me going.'' His plans for the future, to teach at Cambridge, and write on social questions. Describes type of people he met in prison. Note at top: ''Copy of a letter from B[ertrand] R[ussell] to me. He quite misunderstands Rimbaud!'' [CCC.39.26].
Letter to Myers from the Rev. W. R. Sorley of St Giles, Chesterton, about the choice of someone to present Ward's portrait, 19140202
Sorley reports that Jackson declines the invitation to present the portrait as he feels he is not sufficiently conversant with Ward's writings. Sorley does not think that the Master of Trinity is the right person either, so suggests that Bertrand Russell be asked.
Includes correspondence between Muir and Cambridge University Press.
3 carbon typed letters to Russell, B. and 1 carbon typed letter to Russell, Lady.