Sir Leo George Chiozza Money: Correspondence and Papers
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After his death, his papers were apparently weeded heavily: the introduction to his autobiography refers to a personal diary, and to other papers not present in this collection. According to a summary prepared by C. P. Cook of the British Library of Political and Economic Science Historical Records Project, in 1975, the papers, then owned by Money's (unnamed) sister-in-law, were at that time in the care of Canon James Owen, Anglican chaplain at the University of Nottingham. Canon Owen bequeathed the collection in its present form to the University Library in 1994.
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