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Diaries, 1864-1917, with a few gaps, in 40 volumes. They deal with academic and family affairs, including accounts of his reading, the progress of his books, meetings of societies and committees, conversations and correspondence.

Cambridge UL, Add. MSS. 7827-7867.

About 250 letters to Keynes, 1872-1918, on family and univer­sity matters, with a few from economists.

Cambridge UL, Add. MS. 7562.

About 400 letters to him, 1891-1942 (but mainly pre-1900). Marshall Library, Cambridge.

Notebooks, four with material probably collected for a new edi­tion of his Formal Logic, post-1884, and six containing notes on his reading, mainly on economics, c. 1875. Pembroke College, Cambridge.

Seven volumes of notes, mainly from Henry Sidgwick's lectures on philosophy and ethics, 1874-1876. KC, Cambridge.

Two volumes of collected examination questions on logic, mainly from the 1870s and 1880s.

Cambridge UL, Add. MSS. 7322-7323.


HERBERT SOMERTON FOXWELL, five letters, 1902-1916. Marshall Library, Cambridge.

HERBERT SOMERTON FOXWELL, 101 letters to, 1877-1931, in RDFC; 34 letters, 1877-1917 in .J. N. Keynes correspondence, Marshall Library, Cambridge; five letters, 1900,

Foxwell papers, Baker Library, Harvard University.

CHRISTINE LADD FRANKLIN, three letters, 1903-1905.

Franklin papers, Columbia UL, New York.

FRANCIS JOHN HENRY JENKINSON, ten letters, 1893-1919. Cambridge UL, Add. MS. 6463.

MACMILLAN, many letters, 1883-1941. BL Add. MS. 55207.

ALFRED MARSHALL, four letters, 1884-1902. Marshall papers, Marshall Library, Cambridge.

SIR ROBERT HARRY INGLIS PALGRAVE, three letters, 1886-1887.

Palgrave papers. 9

Printed Material

PHYLLIS DEANE, The Life and Times of J. Neville Keynes; A Beacon in the Tempest, ( Cheltenham, 2001)

IESS VIII 376; New Palgrave; ODNB

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