1. George Shackle to Stephen Francis Frowen, University College London, Department of Economics, 61 letters, 1951-1965 and 1986-1990.
The letters cover the translation of a book into German and Knut Wicksell's book into English; lectures, appointments and conferences; book reviews and introductions; the publication of Economic issues, edited by Frowen and H.C. Hillman, with an introduction by Shackle; Economics for pleasure; and the preparation of Business, time and thought.
2. Catherine Shackle to Frowen, 30 letters, 1983-1990.
3. George Shackle to Tatiana Frowen, his goddaughter, 3 letters, 1958-1965.
4. George Shackle, papers.
Corrections and amendments to Frowen's translation of Knut Wicksell, ber wert, kapital und rente, 1954; thoughts on interest rate changes and housing, undated; a foreword to Frowen and H.C. Hillman, eds, Economic issues: a financial and economic debate in the critical years 1954-57, 1957; 'Stephen Frowen, Editor of The Bankers' Magazine 1955-60', in The bankers' magazine, vol. 189, no. 1393, April 1960; reviews of Frowen, ed., Controlling industrial economies: essays in honour of Christopher T. Saunders, 1983, published in Economic modelling, I, no. 4, October 1984, and Kyclos, vol. 38, no. 1, 1985, and reprinted in G.L.S. Shackle, Business, time and thought, edited by Frowen, 1988; a speech at the Guildford Conference Dinner, 1984, published in Frowen, ed., Unknowledge and choice in economics. Proceedings of a conference in honour of G.L.S. Shackle, 1990; and editorial material for Frowen, ed., Business, time and thought. Selected papers of G.L.S. Shackle, 1988.