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Papers of Oswald Toynbee Falk (1879-1972: Balliol 1898-1902)

Series 6 Papers relating to the Hon RH Brand, 1920s-1930s

Falk 6          Labelled by Falk "The Hon. R.H. BRAND (This is an important file and the contents should be kept as permanent records.)"

Falk 6/1           60 letters between OTF and the Hon R H Brand. Not yet listed individually.

Falk 6/2           4 cuttings from The Times re government economic policy.

Falk 6/3           2 TLS from Edith M.L. Handley [secretary to the Hon. R.H. Brand] to OTF, 1920.

Falk 6/4           2 TLS from O.W. Roskill to OTF, 1937 1 TL [copy] from OTF to O.W. Roskill, 1937.

Falk 6/5           1 TLS from S.K. Logie to Sir Maurice Bonham Carter, 1934. With memorandum by the Hon. R.H. Brand, 1933. 7 pp. of typescript.

Falk 6/6           1 TLS from R.M. Kindersley to OTF, 1931. 1 TL [copy] from OTF to R.M. Kindersley, 1931.

Falk 6/7           1 TL [copy] from the Hon. R.H. Brand to Major the Hon. John Astor, 1920.

Falk 6/8           1 TL [copy] from C.E. Ter Meulen to the Hon. R.H. Brand, 1920.

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1 Material relating to the 1919 Peace Conference
2 Papers relating to Montagu Norman and US Reserve
3 Correspondence between OTF and John Maynard Keynes
Papers relating to Robert Boothby, MP
Papers relating to Montagu Norman
6 Papers relating to the Hon RH Brand
7 Publications by Carl Snyder on economic issues
8 Correspondence on foreign policy issues

- First listed by James Armstrong, Modern MSS Assistant, 10/05/1991, revised by Anna Sander, Archivist & Curator of MSS, May 2005.


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