Moorsom: The Papers of Raisley Stuart Moorsom
Scope and Contents
- 1890 - 1968
Conditions Governing Use
Biographical / Historical
After the war, Moorsom studied psychology at University College, London. He married Ann Thomson, a South African, in 1923, and they had three children. Moorsom had inherited money and had no need to work; he spent his days entertaining Bloomsbury friends and travelling. In the Second World War, Moorsom went to live with Elliott Felkin in New York; when he was unable to receive funds from England he worked as a taxi driver. On his return to England, he returned to his pre-war life, visiting Felkin in France and returning to the Lake District. He died on 9 June 1981.
For further biographical details of Raisley Stewart Moorsom, the reader is referred to the 'Annual Report of the Council, King's College, Cambridge', Oct. 1981, pp. 42-4.
7 archive box(es) (7 boxes) : paper
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- 1999-07-24 14:02:25+00:00
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