BRACERS Record Detail
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The .101118 documents are attached to a legal cover dated 1941/01/27.
BR writes that it is desirable for the children to stay at the University of California until they get their junior certificates which takes two years. "The scheme for transferring them to the northern branch of the university at Berkeley was abandoned, because they could not be admitted at International House. Both they and we therefore thought it better they should stay at Los Angeles."
BR writes that his income in Los Angeles had been $7200 a year, and should he give the William James Lectures at Harvard he will receive $5000 for the autumn. "My income for next year is likely to be microscopic. I am doing what I can about it, but the attack on me has made everything difficult. The utmost that I can hope to earn is about $2000, but it may be much less." "... I have suffered a terrible calamity....", i.e. his appointment to the City College of New York being cancelled.
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