Letter from James H. Woods to Whitehead

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Description

Woods writes to say that Radcliffe is only a five-minute walk from the house where he believed Whitehead would be living (though he would not end up living there), says that $1,000 would be desposited into a Cambridge bank account for moving expenses, and that William McDougall had offered his apartment in Radnor Hall as temporary lodging upon their arrival.

Creator

Date

1924-06-20

Rights

Under US copyright law, all unpublished writings of Alfred North Whitehead entered the public domain in 2018, and may be freely used and distributed. Be aware that all other unpublished writings are under copyright for life of the author plus seventy years, and published writings for ninety-five years from date of publication. The Whitehead Research Project makes no warranty that your distribution, reproduction, or other use of these materials will be non-infringing. You are solely responsible for making legal assessments regarding the use of an item and securing any necessary permissions. The written permission of the copyright owners and/or holders of other rights (such as publicity and/or privacy rights) is required for distribution, reproduction, or other use of protected items beyond that allowed by fair use or other statutory exemptions.

Extent

1 pages

Language

English

Provenance

Whitehead's Lost Papers

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Original Format

original

Accession Number

Quality

good

Files

LET1002.pdf

Citation

Woods, James H., "Letter from James H. Woods to Whitehead," LET1002, Whitehead Research Library, accessed December 5, 2021, http://wrl.whiteheadresearch.org/items/show/2241.