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Unpublished writing and work in progress, 1943 - 1979

 Series
Reference Code: GBR/0272/JRNS/2

Scope and Contents

From the Fonds:

The collection contains Stone's published and unpublished writing, lectures, papers relating to his work at Cambridge University and European economic agencies, correspondence and other personal papers.

Dates

  • 1943 - 1979

Conditions Governing Access

The majority of the Stone papers are readily available to scholars in the Archive Centre by appointment. However, some material is reserved. In the College's opinion the contents of these files might be considered confidential by persons other than the author. There is no access to such material for the time being.

Extent

6 archive box(es) (6 boxes) : paper

Language of Materials

English

Arrangement

Items given by Caroline Stone Lunde, on 30 October 2015, were added to the end of the series, in the order they were received. The same was done with the items given by Caroline Stone Lunde, on 10 November 2017.

Immediate Source of Acquisition

Items numbered JRNS/2/28-76. were given by Caroline Stone Lunde, on 30 October 2015. Items numbered JRNS/2/77-84 were given by Caroline Stone Lunde, on 10 November 2017.

Related Materials

JRNS/9

Bibliography

For further publication details see the bibliography in M. H. Pesaran 'An interview with Professor Sir Richard Stone' in 'Econometric Theory' 7, 1991, pp. 112-123, though this is incomplete. There are three bibliographies in JRNS/1a. The biography numbers used throughout this series (JRNS/2) refer to Bibliography numbers refer to 'Bibliography of Richard Stone's Works, 1936-1990' (JRNS/1a/3).

Finding aid date

2003-03-21 10:41:15+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.