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.
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Whitehead's Lost Papers
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Woods, James H., "Letter from James H. Woods to Whitehead," LET1002, Whitehead Research Library, accessed January 27, 2023, http://wrl.whiteheadresearch.org/items/show/2241.