Item 64 - Letter from Louis Clarke to Lady Frazer

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Letter from Louis Clarke to Lady Frazer


  • 19 Oct. 1933 (Creation)

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The Old Granary, Cambridge - Is sorry to hear about Sir James' eyes; would like to order 4 copies of the bibliography; have far more students studying Anthropology than usual, no less than 30; Gregory Bateson is back from New Guinea with a great deal of material; mentions Professor Bevan's death; was in Austria in July and in Sussex in September.

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