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Submitted by libdig on 2008, September 12 - 1:45pm.
McMaster University is home to the scholarly study of Bertrand Russell (1872-1970), British philosopher, logician, essayist, and renowned peace advocate. The Bertrand Russell Archives came to McMaster Library in 1968, where they are in the Ready Division of Archives and Research Collections. Russell's library is part of the Russell Archives, along with his correspondence, manuscripts, tapes, films, photographs, medals and permanently displayed writing desk. Send us any queries you may have about the Russell Archives. The Russell Research Centre is editing Russell's Collected Papers and Collected Letters.
This page is a collection of Bertrand Russell digitization projects, including BRACERS with attached images of correspondence (in the future), and the Russell Library.