BRACERS Notes

Record no. Notes, topics or text
134808

The BRPF would like to send a representative to Malta.

 

134809

The BRPF would like to send representatives to Pakistan.

 

134810

Should the BRPF contact the ambassador to the UK?

 

134811

"I cherish the memory of my association with him [BR]. Through it I felt I had established a contact with an unpolluted idealism.'

 

134812

Ken Fleet writes: "This is a nice letter but no reply seems to be called for." The slip is attached to Bhutto's letter of 1976/09/25.

 

134813

Please release more Peruvian political prisoners.

 

134814

Edith noted: "Letter about this sent to President Nicolae Ceausescu of Romania."

 

134815

This is a typescript of an overnight cable to be sent re the LInz symposium: "90 radical scholars will warmly welcom Vietnamese."

 

134816

Edith sends details of who might be helpful to the BRPF if North Vietnam should aid the appeal.

 

134817

Edith sends her "gratitude for your kind help in alerting so many people to the threats facing my husband's Foundation from British Government agencies."

 

134818

Edith requests the freeing from detention of Lionel Cliffe.

 

134819

Also in this file are letters from the Italian cities of Arezzo, Bologna, Firenze, Gabbuggiana, Genova and Perugia, 1972–76.

 

134820

The letter concerns the brutality in Indonesia of the United States.

 

134821

The letter concerns the brutality in Indonesia of the United States.

 

134822

The letter concerns the brutality in Indonesia of the United States.

 

134823

The letter concerns the brutality in Indonesia of the United States.

 

134824

The letter concerns the brutality in Indonesia of the United States.

 

134825

The letter concerns the brutality of the United States. The letter is has an added paragraphs that records 134820 134821, 138822, 134823 and 134824 do not have.

 

134826

Edith seeks assistance with a new Tribunal on U.S. crimes in Indochina.

 

134827

Edith notes that this letter was scrapped and a substitute sent.

 

134828

This is the substitute letter that Edith wrote previously would be sent.

 

134829

Edith is concerned that her letters may have gone astray.

 

134830

Edith writes to various people including Kuo Mo-jo, Salvador Allende, Josif Tito, Hadji Lechi and Hua Kuo-Fen about Prince Norodom Sihanouk; documents 314744 to 314750.

 

134831

File 26 contains information on the Centenary Art Exhibit, Rotunda Gallery, 29 December 1972 to 13 January 1973.

The is a draft typed appeal from Edith with a note from Farley. "Will this do as a revised appeal for November?" There is a poem from a Chinese poet who may have known BR in China: Ch'ang Jen-hsia.

 

 

134832

File 26 contains information on the Centenary Art Exhibit, Rotunda Gallery, 29 December 1972 to 13 January 1973.

 

 

 

134833

File 26 contains information on the Centenary Art Exhibit, Rotunda Gallery, 29 December 1972 to 13 January 1973.

In separate letters to Boomers and Salt Edith thanks them for donating works to the Exhibit.

 

 

 

134834

File 26 contains information on the Centenary Art Exhibit, Rotunda Gallery, 29 December 1972 to 13 January 1973.

The enclosure is a draft invitation.

 

 

 

134835

File 26 contains information on the Centenary Art Exhibit, Rotunda Gallery, 29 December 1972 to 13 January 1973.

The enclosure is "A Message from Edith, Countess Russell"; on it Edith wrote "Paintings of Snowdon".

 

 

 

134836

File 26 contains information on the Centenary Art Exhibit, Rotunda Gallery, 29 December 1972 to 13 January 1973.

This undated letter was written after the success of the Exhibit.

 

 

 

134837

File 26 contains information on the Centenary Art Exhibit, Rotunda Gallery, 29 December 1972 to 13 January 1973.

"Professor Ch'ang was written to in 1972 or 1971 with a request to send a work of his art." He has now sent a poem translated by Professor Alexander Wilson. Received April 1974. The poem, dated January 1974, is also in this file.

 

 

 

134838

"I am writing to ask you once again for help."

 

 

 

134839

"I am writing as a matter of urgency to ask you for help." There is a news clipping for The Age, 26 March 1975, which printed this letter.

 

 

 

134840

Fourteen letters to various publications, 28, 29 and July 30, each 2 pp. in length. "The Appeal to save the Bertrand Russell Peace Foundation from closure has now realized the sum of £10,000."

 

 

 

134841

This letter was addressed separately to the three newspapers. "Many of your readers will know that my late husband, Bertrand Russell, established the Bertrand Russell Peace Foundation in 1963."

 

 

 

134842

This letter concerns her appeal for funds for the BRPF.

 

 

 

134843

This letter concerns her appeal for funds for the BRPF.

 

 

 

134844

The verson has the signatures in facsimile of several prominent socialists, including Michael Foot.

 

 

 

134845

The letter concerns the BRPF's Appeal for Funds. Edith invites the Millers to Plas Penrhyn. They live in Gold River, BC.

 

 

 

134846

The note concerns Hilda Ballinger and M. Miller donations to the  BRPF.

 

 

 

134847

The note concerns the BRPF's Appeal for Funds.

 

 

 

134848

The note concerns the BRPF's Appeal for Funds.

 

 

 

134849

The letter concerns the BRPF's Appeal for Funds.

 

 

 

134850

The letter concerns the BRPF's Appeal for Funds. Edith apologizes for the misspelling of his name.

 

 

 

134851

This draft concerns the BRPF's Appeal for Funds. On Lucy's death: "So far her reasons for it have not been discovered."

 

 

 

134852

The letter concerns the BRPF's Appeal for Funds.

 

 

 

134853

The letter concerns the BRPF's Appeal for Funds against the "wanton" demands of Inland Revenue.

 

 

 

134854

The letter concerns the BRPF's Appeal for Funds.

 

 

 

134855

The letter concerns the BRPF's Appeal for Funds.

 

 

 

134856

The letter concerns the BRPF's Appeal for Funds.

 

 

 

134857

"Moritaki has sent to us a cheque [from] donations you have collected" for the BRPF.

 

 

 

134858

The letter concerns the Appeal for Funds for the BRPF.

 

 

 

134859

The letter concerns the Appeal for Funds for the BRPF.

 

 

 

134860

The letter concerns the Appeal for Funds for the BRPF.

 

 

 

134861

The letter concerns the Appeal for Funds for the BRPF.

 

 

 

134862

The letter concerns the Appeal for Funds for the BRPF.

 

 

 

134863

The letter concerns the Appeal for Funds for the BRPF.

 

 

 

134864

The letter concerns the Appeal for Funds for the BRPF.

 

 

 

134865

The letter concerns the Appeal for Funds for the BRPF.

 

 

 

134866

The letter concerns the Appeal for Funds for the BRPF.

 

 

 

134867

 

 

 

 

134868

Edith, Michael Barratt Brown and Ken Fleet were all trustees of the Atlantic Peace Foundation. F-31 contains 14 letters.

 

 

 

134869

Edith confirms her gift of £15,000 to the APF.

 

 

 

134870

In this letter Colette writes that Olli "must write something about" BR. There is a line across the page after her letter with text titled "BR's working day". He took this text, added his own observations from his time spent at Ffestiniog and published it as "Bertrand Russell: Aamusta Iltaan", Suomen Kuvalehhti, 28 Nov. 1953, p. 32. The title, "From Morning to Evening", the title of the publication, "Finnish Magazine", and the text of the article have been translated by Marja Lampi. The text from "BR's Working Day" was later published as part of "Three Portraits of Bertrand Russell at Home", Russell 32 (2012): 162–9 (at 165–7).

134872

Chomsky weighs the merits of one Tribunal topic over another. Detente is difficult for many to understand.

134873

This facsimile of BR's handwritten letter appeared in an article, “Kikōka Hitsuei” [Autographs of Our Contributors], Kaizō, Jan, 1925, p. 36. Below the letter are the signatures of John Dewey and Rabindranath Tagore.  

134889

A note on the letterhead of 17 Magdalene Street, Cambridge saying" From 'Mind', January 1922 with the Editor's compliments". The note is attached to tear-sheets of Alan Dorward's review of "The Analysis of Mind".