The papers consist of printed works, typescript articles, theses, draft articles, notes, references, and lectures relating to currency, banking, economics, and the history of finance throughout the Modern era, including material on the Bank of England and the International Monetary Fund.
J. Keith Horsefield Collection
Scope and Content
Administrative / Biographical History
The Horsefield Collection consists of papers collected and written by Keith Horsefield on the subject of economics and economic history, as well as manuscript and typescript lectures. There is also a a collection of reference works used by him and printed works by Horsefield, such as The Real Cost of War (Penguin, 1940), British Monetary Experiments 1650-1710 (London School of Economics, 1960), and The International Monetary Fund 1945-1965 (Washington, IMF 1969).
Conditions Governing Access
Accessible to all bona fide readers.
Given to the University of Bristol Information Services - Special Collections by Keith Horsefield.
Compiled by Martin Hall, Assistant Archivist, University of Bristol Information Services - Special Collections.
Other Finding Aids
Typescript catalogue available in Special Collections. Published works listed on University of Bristol Library Catalogue.
Conditions Governing Use
Permission must be obtained to copy materials.