Letter from Beatrice Webb to Herbert Read, March 28th, 1941 Public

Part of a collection of letters between Beatrice Webb (English sociologist, economist, labour historian and social reformer, one of the founders of the London School of Economics and the Fabian Society, and who coined the term "collective bargaining") and Herbert Read. In this letter she invites Read to visit her when he visits the Booths. She mentions sending Read her autobiography called "My Apprenticeship" and that he may be interested in the part where she describes how she became a socialist.

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Creator Contributor Subject Language Identifier
  • HR/BW 3
Date created Resource type Rights statement Extent
  • 1 page ; 20.3 x 12.7 cm
Geographic coverage Coordinates
  • 51.07673, -0.8032
Additional physical characteristics
  • Typewritten, signed.
Physical repository Collection
  • Herbert Read Collection
Provider Genre Archival item identifier
  • File: 9.74
Fonds title Fonds identifier Is referenced by Date digitized
  • October 18, 2021
Technical note
  • Scanned on Plustek OpticBookA300 at 600 DPI Tiff, images cropped and resized for Vault to be under 35MB by PD. Metadata by KD.
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Rights
  • Use of this material is permitted for research and private study purposes only. For all other uses, contact University of Victoria Special Collections and University Archives.
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