Letters from J.R.B. (Ramsay) Muir

Scope and Content

  • /1-2 n.d. (1901-02), Academic Victoria University.
  • /3 11 Jun 1907, Academic: University of Manchester, B.A. Degree. 'A History ofLiverpool'.
  • /4 2 May 1913, Academic: University of Manchester, Appointment to chair of ModernHistory.
  • /5 29 Oct 1913, Academic: History at University of Lahore.
  • /6 5 Jun 1914, Personal: travel in Germany.
  • /7 n.d. Aug 1914 War.
  • /8 13 Sep 1915, War/Academic: War-time teaching. H.A.L. Fisher. A.F. Pollard. S. Low. R.S.Rait. Historical Association.
  • /9 22 Sep 1915, War/Academic: Relief teaching. B.A. Lees.
  • /10 18 Feb 1918, War/Academic: India-Calcutta University Commission. M. Sadler.
  • /11 3 Mar 1918, Academic: C.U.L.
  • /12 6 Mar 1918, Personal: Longman's History of England. SeeEnclosure: T F Tout to Muir, 22 Jan 19 18.
  • /13 29 Jun-1918, Personal/Academic: History of England.University of Calcutta. Enclosure: T F Tout to Muir, 1 May 1918.
  • /14 9 Jul 1918, Academic: Calcutta University Commission.
  • /15 18 Dec 1918, Academic: Calcutta University Commission.
  • /16 20 Dec n.y. [1918], Academic: Calcutta University Commission. M. Sadler.
  • /17 24 Dec n.y. [1918], Unsigned fragment. Academic: Calcutta University Commission.
  • /18 Feb n.y. [1919], Academic: Calcutta University Commission.
  • /19 2 Feb 1922, Personal: Thanks for France andEngland.

Administrative / Biographical History

James Ramsay Bryce Muir (1872-1941), historian and politician, professor of modern history,University of Manchester, 1914-1921.