|<-- See earlier|
||Letter from J.R. Shennan to Joan Robinson
||Letter from Jessie Shervill to Joan Robinson
||Letters from Gerald Frank Shove, with related papers
||Letter from Tom W. Shuford to Joan Robinson
||Correspondence between Joan Robinson and Siglo Veintuno, Publishers
||Letter from Ota Sik to Joan Robinson
||Letter from Aubrey Silberston to Joan Robinson
||Letter from Geelum A.J. Simpson-Lee to Joan Robinson
||Letter from Hans W. Singer to Joan Robinson
||Letter from Kurt Singer to Joan Robinson
||Articles by Ajit Singh
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The Papers of Professor Joan Violet Robinson
||Letter from Dallas W. Smythe to Joan Robinson, with papers
||Smythe, Dallas W.
||1965–1973 (1965 and 1972-3.)
|Extent and Medium
||1 envelope; paper
|Content and context|
Dallas W. Smythe was affiliated with the University of Saskatchewan, Canada.
His correspondence file comprises:
The last leaf of a letter to Joan Robinson about arrangements for Joan Robinson's visit. 1965.
1 cyclostyled typescript paper, 'Mass Communications and Cultural Revolution: The Experience of China'. 1972.
1 cyclostyled typescript paper, 'Who are you Neutral Against?'. 1973.
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