The file, marked 'History lecture', contains manuscript notes by RFK and J. V. Robinson, chiefly on the theory of value and the short period, including in JVR's hand, a plan of a lecture series headed 'Main topics of economic theory'. 1 sheet of RFK's notes is dated in his hand, 1930-1; RFK's lecture notes include references to JVR's 'Economics of Imperfect Competition', published in 1933; JVR's notes may relate to either of 2 lecture series given by her: 'Applications of monetary theory', first given Michaelmas Term 1935 or 'Some problems of economic theory', first given Easter Term 1936.
Paper, 9 items in envelope. Folder marked .
Assorted papers [assembled in the preparation of a Cambridge University lecture series, 'Present day problems', first given Michaelmas and Lent Terms 1938]. 1936-9. Includes newcuttings on economic conditions in Europe and the USA; reports from banks, brokers and the Federal Reserve System; AMS notes on R.F. Harrod Meeting a trade recession: case for monetary reflation reprinted from Times as a pamphlet, 11 Aug. 1938. (RFK as Lecturer)
Paper, 3 folders in envelopes.