Series 2 - Professional correspondence

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UTA 1223-B1995-0013 & B1996-0026-2


Professional correspondence


  • 1960-1992 (Creation)

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0.60 m of textual records

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This series consists of predominantly inward correspondence relating to teaching and research activities from the time of his appointment as Lecturer in economics at the University of Toronto to two years before his death. Correspondence is most extensive for the period 1971 to 1989 and concerns research progress and publications including some typescripts of papers and articles, arrangements for research trips, associations activities, administrative and academic matters at the University of Toronto with particular reference to the Dept. of Political Economy and Trinity College.

Correspondents include W.T Easterbrook, Malcolm McKnight, Andrew Watson, Donald Patterson, Neil Quigley, among others.

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Arranged chronologically.

B1995-0013/002: 1960-1980
B1995-0013/003: 1981-1987 (Jan -Apr)
B1995-0013/004: 1987 (May - Dec) -1992
B1996-0026/001(01): 1973-1989

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