William Thomas Arnold letter
William Thomas Arnold (1852-1904), born in Hobart, Tasmania, was a journalist and author. After graduating from Oxford University in 1876, Arnold began a 20-year career with the Manchester Guardian. This letter, written to an unidentified recipient, concerns the publication of a book by Lujo Brenato and Arnold's recommendation that his wife translate it from German to English.
- April 23, 1893
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Scope and Contents
In this note, Arnold suggested that his wife, Henrietta Wale Arnold, would be well-suited to translate Hours and Wages in Relation to Production by Lujo Brentano. Arnold also enclosed a copy of a review of the original book in the Economic Review with his correspondence, but this item is not included in this collection.
Immediate Source of Acquisition
Purchase, Maggs Bros Rare Books, June 27, 1966.
Former SC temporary call number: MS (Box) 38: 6; temporary collection name: Collection of 19th c. letters: Miscellaneous group of mainly English letters: mostly 19th c, some 20th c, a few 18th c.
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- Finding aid prepared by mt, 2008. Finding aid encoded by mt, 2008. Initial processing done by alh, October 19, 1966.
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William Thomas Arnold letter, MS P659, Kenneth Spencer Research Library, University of Kansas