BRACERS Notes

Record no. Notes, topics or text
131610

BR discusses an endowment for research he has received. 

131611

Bradley on Murray's translation of Hippolytus by Euripides

131612

Peter thanks Williams for helping them look for a house and mentions looking at the Stewart's, Miller, and some other houses.

Harvard University Archives, Donald Cary Williams Papers, HUG(FP) 53.6 Box 1.

131613

Williams is sorry to hear about the difficulties the Russells have had. He relates some additional information about the potential price of renting the Miller house.

Harvard University Archives, Donald Cary Williams Papers, HUG(FP) 53.6 Box 1.

131614

Williams sends an additional housing lead.

Harvard University Archives, Donald Cary Williams Papers, HUG(FP) 53.6 Box 1.

131615

Piatt to Williams describing the popularity of Russell's courses at UCLA and his ongoing issues with the Labor Department.

Harvard University Archives, Donald Cary Williams Papers, HUG(FP) 53.6 Box 1.

131616

Williams compliments BR on his History and offers his opinion on what Europe, especially Britain need right now.

A handwritten note at the top reads 'Not sent'.

Harvard University Archives, Donald Cary Williams Papers, HUG(FP) 53.6 Box 3.

131617

Re the Russian Revolution and the meeting at Leeds. "I travelled to Leeds with Ramsay MacDonald, and he was soberly optimistic. It seemed as if the Russian revolutionaries were out to create a Utopia, not only in their own country, but everywhere. It was a happy moment, but, alas, a brief one."

The carbon is available at record 88454.
The dictation is available at record 7674.

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