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Marshall Library Archives

 Repository

About:

DESCRIPTION: The Archives comprise rare and annotated books from Professor Alfred Marshall and Mary Paley Marshall's collections, along with books from the original Moral Sciences Library, originally owned by Professor Henry Sidgwick. In addition there are a number of books that belonged to John Neville Keynes and other Cambridge Economists. There are significant collections of older books, rare pamphlets and the archive of the unique Cambridge Growth Project. Boxes of papers & correspondence of significant Cambridge Economists are held, including Alfred Marshall, James Bonar, John Neville Keynes, Cecil Arthur Pigou and Austin Robinson.

Access arrangements: By prior appointment only. Visiting scholars are advised to contact the library well in advance of a proposed visit. For opening hours: please check the Marshall Library website www.marshall.econ.cam.ac.uk and note that we are closed for a week at Christmas, over the Easter weekend and for two weeks during August.

Contact:
Marshall Library
Austin Robinson Building
Sidwick Avenue
Cambridge CB3 9DB United Kingdom
+44 (0)1223 335217

What's in this Repository?

The UK Archival Thesaurus has been integrated with our catalogue, thanks to Kings College London and the AIM25 project for their support with this.