economist (1872-1967). Typed letter signed. London. 29.09.1933. 4to. 1 p.
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On his imprinted stationery, to the Reverend Robert Bartlett of the First Church of Christ, Longmeadow, Massachusetts. The inventor of The Money Game, a series of card games designed to teach elements of economics who won the 1933 Nobel peace prize writes in full: "I was so sorry not to see you while you were in London, but unfortunately I had to stay in the country longer than I expected, and did not return until after you had left. I am hoping very much that I may have the pleasure of seeing you when I am in New York or Boston. I am leaving for the States early in October".