55R. Harrod to J. D. Woodruff, 28 March 1923 [a]

The letter indicates: "Confidential so far as young dons are concerned". Harrod describes his teaching duties in the forthcoming term (Hist Previous Economists, 2; last term Mod. Hist. men, 5; Last term Mod. Greats men, 2; Mod Hist men for Eng hist after 1603, 5), and anticipates that he will "give 15 lectures on Money probably in October term". He comments: "Everything still to be learned". [1]

  1. 1. In reality the lectures on "Money" were ready since February: see letter 52 R.
    1. a. Bei Frau Segall, Berlin-Charlottenberg, Mommenstr. 12, ALS, one page, in DWP Box 3 Folder 23.

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