Papers of Ronald Moody

1900–94

collection owner: Ronald Moody, ‘Papers of Ronald Moody’ 1900–94

Available online are a selection of items which reflect key periods in Ronald Moody's life and career. These include sketches, a project file relating to Moody's sculpture 'Savacou', letters from his close friend, Marie Seton relating to her life in India, and documents relating to Moody's escape from France in 1940 and subsequent return to England. In addition, there is material relating to Moody's literary work, including typescripts for BBC broadcasts on art and samples of his poetry.

Details of the remainder of the collection can be found on the Archive catalogue.

Collection Owner
Ronald Moody 1900–1984
Collection
Tate Archive
Acquisition
Presented to Tate Archive by Cynthia Moody, the sculptor's niece, 1995.
Reference
TGA 956

248 objects in this collection

Title
Professional
Date
c.October 1937–9 October 1989
Description
This sub-series contains subject files relating to Ronald Moody's professional life, including his involvement in Festac '77 and his work on his 'Savacou' sculpture. There are also files relating to Moody's broadcasts for the BBC and his other writing activities (including 'Amadu's Bundle'), as well as a file relating to his work as a dentist prior to pursuing an artistic career full-time.
Reference
TGA 956/2/2

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Ronald Moody, recipients: Dr. William Miall, Epidemiological Research Unit (Jamaica) Letter from Ronald Moody to Dr Miall of the Epidemiological Research Unit (Jamaica)

6 June 1964

Donald Bowen, Commonwealth Institute, recipient: Ronald Moody Letter from Donald Bowen, assistant curator at the Commonwealth Institute, to Ronald Moody

9 June 1964

Ronald Moody, recipients: Dr. William Miall, Epidemiological Research Unit (Jamaica) Letter from Ronald Moody to Dr Miall of the Epidemiological Research Unit (Jamaica)

26 June 1964

Ronald Moody, recipients: Donald Bowen, Commonwealth Institute Letter from Ronald Moody to Donald Bowen, assistant curator at the Commonwealth Institute

20 July 1964

Ronald Moody, recipients: Professor Archibald Cochrane, Epidemiological Research Unit (South Wales, UK) Letter from Ronald Moody to Professor A L Cochrane of the Epidemiological Research Unit (South Wales)

6 September 1964

Ronald Moody, recipient: Dennis Chalmers Letter from Ronald Moody to Dennis Chalmers, architect

21 September 1964

Ronald Moody, recipients: Professor Archibald Cochrane, Epidemiological Research Unit (South Wales, UK) Letter from Ronald Moody to Professor A L Cochrane of the Epidemiological Research Unit (South Wales)

26 September 1964

Ronald Moody, recipients: Dr. William Miall, Epidemiological Research Unit (Jamaica) Letter from Ronald Moody to Dr Miall of the Epidemiological Research Unit (Jamaica)

6 December 1964

Dr. William Miall, Epidemiological Research Unit (Jamaica), recipient: Ronald Moody Letter from Dr Miall of the Epidemiological Research Unit (Jamaica) to Ronald Moody

16 March 1965

Ronald Moody, recipient: Evan Cook Limited Letter from Ronald Moody to Evan Cook Limited

23 March 1965

Ronald Moody, recipients: Dr. William Miall, Epidemiological Research Unit (Jamaica) Letter from Ronald Moody to Dr Miall of the Epidemiological Research Unit (Jamaica)

24 March 1965

Evan Cook Limited, recipient: Ronald Moody Letter from Evan Cook Limited to Ronald Moody

29 March 1965

Dennis Chalmers, recipient: Ronald Moody Letter from Dennis Chalmers, architect, to Ronald Moody

31 March 1965

Dr. William Miall, Epidemiological Research Unit (Jamaica), recipient: Ronald Moody Letter from Dr Miall of the Epidemiological Research Unit (Jamaica) to Ronald Moody

1 April 1965

Dr. William Miall, Epidemiological Research Unit (Jamaica), recipient: Ronald Moody Letter from Dr Miall of the Epidemiological Research Unit (Jamaica) to Ronald Moody

9 April 1965

Ronald Moody, recipient: Dennis Chalmers Letter from Ronald Moody to Dennis Chalmers, architect

10 April 1965

Ronald Moody, recipients: Mr. Turner, G.T. Friend, engravers Letter from Ronald Moody to Mr Turner of G. T. Friend, engraver

17 April 1965