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Articles, including book reviews and letters to the press, 1905 - 1951

 Series
Reference Code: GBR/0272/JMK/A

Scope and Contents

This series provides details of the surviving autograph manuscript and typescript drafts, proofs, clippings and off-prints of articles, reviews and letters to the press by and about J.M. Keynes, published in the UK and abroad, together with related correspondence between J.M. Keynes and his newspaper publishers and critics.

Dates

  • 1905 - 1951

Extent

11 archive box(es) (11 boxes) : paper

40 volume(s)

Language of Materials

English

Arrangement

This series comprises loose papers filed chronologically and a series of cuttings scrapbooks compiled by Florence Keynes. The series is missing the following item numbers: JMK/A/3-5, JMK/A/7, JMK/A/17-18 and JMK/A/41.

Related Materials

This series does not include J.M. Keynes's writings for the Economic Journal (for which, see JMK/EJ) nor the Manchester Guardian Commercial: Reconstruction Supplements (see JMK/GS).

Bibliography

In this series, the published titles only of pieces by J.M. Keynes are given in alphabetical order, not the earlier headings provided at manuscript and typescript stage, except in cases where it has been impossible from the early drafts to identify whether or not a piece was published. Where there are several published titles in English for the same article, all are recorded. For full bibliographical details, the reader is referred to the bibliography in 'Collected writings of John Maynard Keynes' (Cambridge and London: Cambridge University Press and Macmillan, 1971-89), vol. XXX. Writings by others are not listed.

Originator(s)

Various

Finding aid date

1999-07-24 14:02:22+00:00

Repository Details

Part of the Archive Centre, King's College, Cambridge Repository

Contact:
Archivist
King's College
Cambridge CB2 1ST United Kingdom
+44 (0)1223 331444

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