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King's/PP contains:
ACP Papers Relating to Arthur Cecil Pigou
ADW The Papers of Arthur David Waley
AEF The Papers of Arthur Elliott Felkin
AG The Papers of Angelica Garnett (nee Bell)
AHM The Papers of Arthur Henry Mann
AMT The Papers of Alan Mathison Turing
ANLM The Papers of Alan Noel Latimer Munby
BLM Papers Relating to Bloomsbury
BO The Papers of Bernhard ('Boris') Ord
BRA The Papers of Henry Bradshaw
CHA The Charleston Papers
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Papers Relating to Arthur Cecil Pigou

Title Papers Relating to Arthur Cecil Pigou
Reference GBR/0272/PP/ACP
Creator Pigou, Arthur Cecil (1877-1959), economist
Covering Dates 1957–1992
Extent and Medium 5 items or files; paper
Repository King's College Archive Centre, Cambridge
Content and context

Arthur C. Pigou (1877-1959) came up to King's in 1896 from Harrow and obtained a First in History in 1899, followed by a First in Part Two of the Moral Sciences Tripos in 1900. He tried English as well, winning the Chancellor's medal for English verse in 1899 and the Burney prize in 1900 before being made a lecturer in Economics in 1901. He was elected in 1902 to a fellowship at King's; he was made Girdler's lecturer in the summer of 1904 and in 1908, at the age of thirty, he succeeded Edward Marshall as Professor of Political Economy at the University. He retired in 1943 but continued to live at King's until his death.

This collection contains letters written by ACP, memoirs and publications about ACP.

Access and Use

Please cite as King's College Archive Centre, Cambridge, Papers Relating to Arthur Cecil Pigou, ACP

Index Terms
Pigou, Arthur Cecil (1877-1959) economist
King's/PP/ACP contains:
1 Correspondence.
paper.
1957–1960
2 Articles concerning ACP or his work.
paper.
1987–1992

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