507R. H. P. Croom-Johnson to Harrod, 2 January 1936 [a]
Croom-Johnson, the Secretary to the Lecture Committee of the British Council, asks for two copies of Harrod's lecture, one for the Foreign Office and the other for the British Legation in Copenhagen.  In forwarding it, the British Council would raise Harrod's point, that he would regard as a breach of professional etiquette to deliver the lecture if any change affecting his economic views had to be made.
- a. From the British Council # , one page TLS, in HP VII/G-1/10.
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