|<-- See earlier|
||Water colour given by J.M. Keynes to John Neville Keynes
||Records of golf scores
||Verse on a middle-aged couple walking around Brunswick Square
||Assorted comic entertainments and verses concerning members of the 'Bloomsbury Group' and Keynes family
||'My early beliefs'
||Spoof on extracting gold
||Correspondence concerning a holiday planned by J.M. Keynes at Asheham, Sussex
||Genealogical notes on the Keynes family
||Remarks on J.N. Keynes' 90th birthday
||Lists, possibly of sexual partners
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The Papers of John Maynard Keynes
||J.M. Keynes as conscientious objector
||Harrod, R.F.; Johnson, Elizabeth; Robinson, E.A.G.
||28 Feb. 1916–28 Feb. 1958 (1916 and 1958.)
|Extent and Medium
||12 items in envelope; paper
|Content and context|
This file contains an autograph manuscript statement to the Holborn Local Tribunal claiming exemption from military service on the grounds of conscientious objection to conscription, 28 February 1916; with, also, correspondence between R.F. Harrod, E.A.G. Robinson and Elizabeth Johnson concerning an article by Elizabeth Johnson on the subject, 1958.
Johnson's article was published in 'Economic Journal', Vol. LXX, Mar. 1960.
|Robinson, Sir Edward Austin Gossage (1897-1993) Knight, economist|
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