Arthur Cecil Pigou matriculated at King's College, Cambridge in 1896. He became a fellow of the college in 1902 and succeeded Marshall as professor of Political Economy at Cambridge, 1908-43.
His correspondence file comprises:
13 letters to Joan Robinson. 1935 and n.d. [1932-39?]
8 leaves autograph manuscript notes on Joan Robinson's writings (possibly a draft of 'Economics of Imperfect Competition'). Undated.
2 letters to Sir Austin Robinson arranging a dinner in honour of him and his wife and on personal matters. [1934?].
2 letters to R.F. Kahn on algebraic working and Joan Robinson's book. Undated.
1 leaf of autograph manuscript notes by Joan Robinson. Undated.
The letters discuss Joan Robinson's proposals,for a lecture-course, demand-curves, writings by Joan Robinson, a:visit to,Buttermere and other personal matters.