Compositions by E. H. Carr, 1944-1948
Scope and Contents
Typescripts and one ms. probably written for The Times. Folder 1 = unidentified composition beginning 'What became the "All-Russian (afterwards "All Union) Communist Party (Bolsheviks)"', ms., undated Folder 2 = unidentified composition beginning 'The historian has two tasks', typescript (carbon copy), undated Folder 3 = unidentified composition beginning 'The second challenge to private enterprise', typescript (carbon copy), undated Folder 4 = unidentified composition beginning 'It comes nowadays as a shock to discover that most Americans believe in "private enterprise"', typescript (carbon copy), undated Folder 5 = unidentified composition beginning 'Any examination of British policy to-day', original typescript dated August 1948 Folder 6 = composition captioned 'Vested interests', original typescript with some ms. alterations by Morison, undated Folder 7 = composition captioned 'History in our time', original typescript dated 28 Apr. 1944.
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7 folder(s) (7 folders)
Language of Materials
- From the Fonds: Morison, Stanley Arthur, 1889-1967 (editor and typographer) (Person)