67R. K. M. Lindsay to Harrod, 21 January 1924 [a]
Lindsay is recording the fortnightly meetings of a currency group which meets at Toynbee Hall and includes Hawtrey, Lloyd, Dalton, Spring-Rice, Cannan and Keynes. As they all disagree on simple things, Lindsay finds following the discussions to be an illuminating work.  He thus asks if Harrod could give him a brief tutorial on the fundamentals, and if he could recommend a few books for beginners.
At the time, Kenneth Lindsay was benefiting from the Barnett research fellowship at Toynbee Hall: he was enquiring into "The Scholarship and the Free Place Systems" (later published as Social Progress and Educational Waste, London: Routledge, 1926).
- a. From Toynbee Hall, 28 Commercial Street, London # , two pages ALS, with envelope addressed to Christ Church, in KHLM 177.
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