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The archives consist of two parts: the Wittgenstein Archives maintained by Georg Henrik von Wright since the 1960s and von Wright's own literary estate, including a vast amount of letters mainly relating to his work as one of Ludwig Wittgenstein's three literary executors 1951-2003. The main part was donated by G.H. von Wright to the University of Helsinki 2000. Some material has, however, been received later from the von Wright family.
The archives contain manuscripts and letters in non-electronic format, as well as some digitized photos and letters. Size of the archives: 50 000 pages.
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