Writings and Speeches, 1910-1977

Scope and content:

Morgenstern's publications, lectures, speeches and reviews focus upon economic theory and national and international economic problems. The diaries, written in German, cover his professional career and are also the principal source for his personal life. The writings are arranged into diaries, large chronological and alphabetical groups, and a small miscellaneous group. The chronological writings are mostly printed material and photocopies. The alphabetical writings include drafts and final copies, often incomplete, and may be manuscripts, typescripts, photocopies, or printed material. The files of alphabetical writings also include supporting papers. A particular publication may have material in both the chronological and alphabetical group.

A later addition to Writings and Speeches has been incorporated intellectually in the list below but is physically housed in Boxes 100 and 101.


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Access restricted. Accessions 1999-0265, 1999-0438, and 2006-0067 require additional arrangement, description, and/or screening because they are unprocessed. Contact Research Services for more information.

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