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Andrew Field papers

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Abstract

Title:
Andrew Field papers
Author/Creator:
Field, Andrew
Collection number:
2006-41
Size:
7.75 linear feet
Bulk dates:
1976-1982
Inclusive dates:
1916-1989
Collection Area:
Literature and Rare Books
Repository:
Special Collections, University of Maryland Libraries, Hornbake Library, College Park, MD 20742. Tel: 301-405-9212, Fax: 301-314-2709, Email: askhornbake@umd.edu
Abstract:

Andrew Field (1938- ) is a scholar, translator, and author, who has published translations of Russian literature, critical studies, biographies, fiction, essays, and travel articles. He holds degrees from Columbia University as well as a Ph.D. from the University of Queensland, Brisbane, Australia. From 1977 to 1979, he was a professor at Griffith University, Brisbane, Australia. Dr. Field's papers consist of materials relating to the writing of his 1983 study of the life and work of Djuna Barnes, Djuna: the Formidable Miss Barnes (alternately entitled Djuna: The Life and Times of Djuna Barnes). Included in the collection are correspondence, manuscripts, research notes, clippings related to the book's publication and reception, and photographs. Also included is a handwritten manuscript of a poem by Barnes.

Important Information for Users of the Collection

Restrictions:

This collection is open for research.

Preferred citation:

Andrew Field papers, Special Collections, University of Maryland Libraries.

Status:

This collection is PROCESSED.

Historical Note

Andrew Field was born in Orange, New Jersey, on March 28, 1938. He received a B.A. from Columbia University in 1960 and an M.A. from the same institution in 1961. He was a Harvard University exchange scholar at Moscow State University in 1963. He later was a lecturer at the University of Queensland, Brisbane, Australia, from 1967 to 1970, and a senior lecturer in Russian literature from 1971 to 1974; he earned his Ph.D. at this last institution in 1973. His doctoral work produced the first full bibliography of Vladimir Nabokov, Nabokov: a Bibliography, which was published by McGraw Hill in 1974. That same year, Field became a professor of comparative literature at Griffith University, also in Brisbane, and was Director of the Institute for Modern Biography there from 1977 to 1979. He also served as a member of the advisory board of the Humanities Research Centre at Australian National University from 1977 to 1979. In 1984, he was the Davis Visiting Professor at Wellesley College in Massachusetts. He married Margaret (Meg) Shegog in 1977.

Professor Field's first publication was his translation of the second novel of the Russian symbolist Fyodor Sologub, entitled The Petty Demon (1907), published by Random House in 1962. In 1964, Little, Brown published an anthology of new Russian literature called Pages from Tarusa, edited by Field. His first biographical work was Nabokov: His Life in ArtA Critical Narrative, published by Little, Brown in 1967. In this work, he considers Vladimir Nabokov's writings in Russian and his reception by Russian, European, American, and émigré critics and suggests a fuller appreciation of the writer and his complete, bilingual oeuvre. Field's critical work on Nabokov produced two additional critical biographies: Nabokov: His Life in Part (1977) and VN: The Life and Art of Vladimir Nabokov (1986). Field also published a novel, Fractions, in 1969.

As a scholar, translator, and creative writer, Field considers biography a distinct literary genre. In the anthology Reading Life Histories, published by the Institute for Modern Biography at Griffith University in 1981, he asserted that biography should move "from history to artistic form with no sacrifice in standards of accuracy" (James Walter, ed., p. 21). Field's own biographical works are distinguished by stylistic and formal innovation, a practice that has been met with both praise and criticism.

Field began exploring the life and work of Djuna Barnes in the mid-1970s, and his research for Djuna: The Formidable Miss Barnes (alternately entitled Djuna: The Life and Times of Djuna Barnes in Putnam's first American edition) began in earnest in 1977. The book was published in 1983, shortly after Barnes's death in 1982; was translated into French, Italian, and Spanish; and was republished in paperback edition by the University of Texas Press in 1985.

Another of Field's book-length publications, The Lost Chronicle of Edward de Vere: Lord Great Chamberlain Seventeenth Earl of Oxford, Poet and Playwright William Shakespeare, is a biographical novel published by Viking in England in 1990. Field has published many articles about Nabokov, Barnes, and biographical narrative in journals including Quadrant, Meanjin, TriQuarterly, New Leader, and Partisan Review. He was a prolific newspaper essayist for the Courier-Mail (Brisbane, Queensland, Australia) from 1992 until 1999 and continues to write regular travel articles for the same paper. Field and his wife reside in Paddington, Queensland, Australia.

Scope and Contents of the Collection

The Papers of Andrew Field include materials gathered and produced during the research, writing, and publication of Field's biography ofDjuna Barnes, Djuna: The Formidable Miss Barnes. The collection includes items dated from 1916 to 1989, with the bulk of materials dating, from 1978 to 1982, when Field was researching and writing the biography. There are manuscripts of the biography in various states as well as correspondence with individuals who were witnesses of Djuna Barnes's life, with other biographers of early twentieth century New York and Paris cultural figures, and with institutions and repositories that hold archival records. There are also research notes, notes from primary interviews, clippings, photocopies of articles, genealogical documents, book reviews, photographs, and publications of other writers gathered during research. Of particular value are individual copies from the chapbook series Bruno's Weekly and Bruno's in which three examples of Barnes's writing and illustration appeared. Copies of these rare publications are not among the materials in the Papers of Djuna Barnes held by the University of Maryland Libraries. The collection also contains correspondence from Djuna Barnes to several of the individuals Field contacted while working on the biography.

Custodial History and Acquisition Information

The University of Maryland, College Park, Libraries acquired the collection from Andrew Field in May 2003.

Processing Information

Processed by:

Guide Compiled by Megan McShea, June 2004; updated by Mike Yates, August 2005; updated by Lara D'Agaro, August 2007

Processing note:

Andrew Field shipped the collection to the University of Maryland libraries in May 2003, having previously sent an inventory of the collection to the Curator of Literary Manuscripts. Shortly after its arrival, the collection was re-housed in archival storage boxes until processing began in October 2003. A preliminary inventory was created by checking the contents of the boxes against the Field inventory. Paper clips, staples, and rubber bands were removed from the collection. When necessary, letters were removed from envelopes and flattened, and folded paper was also flattened. Fragile documents were placed in polyester sleeves to prevent damage from handling. Water damage was discovered in some of the papers, and there was evidence of mold on approximately ten items. Notes and facsimile reproductions of documents with mold were photocopied and the originals discarded. Original records with mold were surface-cleaned and encapsulated to prevent the spread of mold to other papers. One letter with mold was deemed to have significant intrinsic value and was treated by a conservator for mold remediation, and the original was retained. During the period when mold-affected documents were separated from the collection, photocopies were made to hold the document's place in the collection. Photographs were sorted; duplicate copy prints discarded; and all photographs were placed in polyester sleeves to prevent damage from handling. The final arrangement of the collection, partly suggested by the Field inventory and the original order of the collection, was created by staff during processing.

Encoded by:

EAD markup created using EAD database in Microsoft Access. Markup completed by Lara D'Agaro, August 2007.

Detailed Description of the Collection

Series 1: Djuna: The Formidable Miss Barnes, ca. 1979-1982 (0.75 linear feet)

This series contains autograph and typewritten drafts of Djuna: The Formidable Miss Barnes written by Andrew Field, excerpts from the book printed in various publications, and notes regarding permissions for its publication. Included is an early mockup of a heavily illustrated version of the manuscript that was later abandoned. Two bound copies of a corrected typewritten draft contain marginalia and notes for revision. Also included are revisions for the University of Texas paperback edition made in 1985. The bound manuscript with proof cover contains the handwritten additions written upon Djuna Barnes's death, just prior to publication. Notes regarding permissions for publication of intellectual property are also included here, while letters of permission are included in Series II, Correspondence. The items in this series are arranged chronologically in the order of their production.

DescriptionSeriesBox / ReelFolder / Frame
Bibliography Draft, circa 1979-1982 series 1box 1folder 1
Bound Manuscript With Proof Cover, circa 1979-1982 series 1box 1folder 2
Early Drafts, circa 1979-1982 series 1box 1folder 3
Early Drafts, circa 1979-1982 series 1box 1folder 4
Early Drafts, circa 1979-1982 series 1box 1folder 5
Early Drafts, circa 1979-1982 series 1box 1folder 6
Corrected Draft Manuscript, Undated [ca. 1980] series 1box 2folder 1
Corrected Draft Manuscript, Undated [ca. 1980] series 1box 2folder 2
Excerpt From Meanjin [Sydney], undated [1980] series 1box 2folder 3
Excerpt From Le Promeneur, circa 1982 series 1box 2folder 4
Galley Proofs, circa 1982 series 1box 2folder 5
Galley Proofs, circa 1982 series 1box 2folder 6
Galley Proofs, circa 1982 series 1box 2folder 7
Galley Proofs, circa 1982 series 1box 2folder 8
Galley Proofs, circa 1982 series 1box 2folder 9
Galley Proofs, circa 1982 series 1box 2folder 10
Notes Regarding Permissions, circa 1982 series 1box 2folder 11
Revisions to the University of Texas Edition, circa 1985 series 1box 2folder 12
Sample Manuscript Incorporating Photographs, circa 1979-1982 series 1box 2folder 13

Series 2: Djuna Barnes Manuscript, undated (1 item)

This series consists of a single page manuscript of the unpublished poem "Death and the Wood" by Djuna Barnes, marked with notes and revisions in Barnes's hand.

DescriptionSeriesBox / ReelFolder / Frame
Death and the Wood (Oversize), undated series 2box 1folder 1

Series 3: Correspondence, 1976-1982 (0.75 linear feet)

This series contains correspondence written while Field was researching and writing the biography. Many of his queries were unproductive, but Field's carbon copies of his queries have been filed alphabetically by correspondent along with correspondence that received a reply. In some cases, Field kept enclosures sent by his correspondents with their replies; if so they remain in this series. Enclosures previously separated by Field are in Series IV, Research Materials, or Series VII, Photographs. Significant correspondents include Joella Bayer; Margaret Behrens; Fabienne Benedict; John Coleman-Holmes; Malcolm Cowley; James T. Farrell; Charles Henri Ford; Joseph Geraci; John Glassco; Susan Jenkins Light Brown; Nancy Kleinpoppen; Probate Court of Greenfield, Massachusetts; Albert Parry; Edouard Roditi; James B. Scott; the Society of Genealogists, England; Springfield City Library; Jim Walsh; Antonia White; Alden Whitman; and Yale University, Beinecke Library (Donald Gallup). Files containing significant enclosures are indicated in the box inventory. Correspondence with Joella Bayer, Fabienne Benedict, and New Directions contains photocopies of their correspondence with Djuna Barnes. Correspondence with Antonia White contains hand-copied excerpts from her correspondence with Emily Coleman. This series is arranged alphabetically by individual or corporate correspondent. Correspondence with various individuals concerning permission for publication of intellectual property in Field's biography are filed together under "Permissions."

DescriptionSeriesBox / ReelFolder / Frame
Abbott, Berenice, 1978-1979 series 3box 1folder 1
Art Students League of New York -- (Lawrence Campbell), 1978-1979 series 3box 1folder 2
Association of Genealogists and Record Agents (England), 1979 series 3box 1folder 3
Barnes, Djuna, 1978-1979 series 3box 1folder 4
Bayer, Joella, 1978 series 3box 1folder 5
Behrens, Margaret, 1978-1979 series 3box 1folder 6
Benedict, Fabienne, undated series 3box 1folder 7
Bergery, Bettina, 1979 series 3box 1folder 8
Bettman Archive, 1978-1979 series 3box 1folder 9
British Council -- (Yolande Cantù), 1979 series 3box 1folder 10
Brown (Light), Susan, 1979 series 3box 1folder 11
Budington, Justin, 1979 series 3box 1folder 12
Budington, Richard, 1979 series 3box 1folder 13
Budington, William, 1979 series 3box 1folder 14
Carlin, Rev. Harry V., 1979 series 3box 1folder 15
Cassadaga (FL) Probate Court, 1979 series 3box 1folder 16
Chaplin, Oona, 1979 series 3box 1folder 17
Chappell & Co. Ltd., 1979 series 3box 1folder 18
Churchill, Allen, 1979 series 3box 1folder 19
Cody, Morrill, 1979 series 3box 1folder 20
Coleman-Holmes, John, 1978-1979 series 3box 1folder 21
Columbia University -- (Kenneth A. Lohf), 1976 series 3box 1folder 22
Connecticut State Library (History and Genealogy Section) -- (Julia G. Crawford), 1979 series 3box 1folder 23
Connecticut Valley Historical Museum -- (Julliette Tomlinson), 1978 series 3box 1folder 24
Cornell University , 1979 series 3box 1folder 25
Cowan, Deborah, 1983 series 3box 1folder 26
Cowley, Malcolm, 1979 series 3box 1folder 27
Culver Pictures -- (Roberts Jackson), 1979 series 3box 1folder 28
Curry, Lynda, 1979 series 3box 1folder 29
Eliot, Valerie (Faber & Faber), 1982 series 3box 1folder 30
Farrell, James T., 1979 series 3box 1folder 31
Ferlinghetti, Lawrence, 1979 series 3box 1folder 32
Fidelifacts -- (Thomas W. Norton), 1977 series 3box 1folder 33
Ford, Charles Henri, 1977-1979 series 3box 1folder 34
French Embassy in Australia -- (Claude Merle), 1979 series 3box 1folder 35
Frisch, Michael, 1978 and undated series 3box 1folder 36
Gallery Newworld Incorporated -- (Robert Cestone), 1979 series 3box 1folder 37
General Register Office (London), 1979 series 3box 1folder 38
Gelb, Barbara, 1979 series 3box 1folder 39
George Eastman House -- (Michael Kamins), 1979 series 3box 1folder 40
Geraci, Joseph, 1978 series 3box 1folder 41
Glassco, John, 1978 series 3box 1folder 42
Glossop, Silas, 1978 series 3box 1folder 43
Gorelik, Mordecai, 1979 series 3box 1folder 44
Green, Martin, 1979 series 3box 1folder 45
Greenfield (MA) Probate Court -- (Rhea Wasick), 1978 series 3box 1folder 46
Guildhall School of Music and Drama -- (Alan Tait), 1979 series 3box 1folder 47
Guggenheim, Peggy, 1977-1978 series 3box 1folder 48
Hanfstaengl Family, 1979 series 3box 1folder 49
Hanlin, Francis, 1979 series 3box 1folder 50
Hipkiss, Dr. Robert A., 1976 series 3box 1folder 51
Huguenot Historical Society (New Paltz Library), 1979 series 3box 1folder 52
Huntington Historical Library, 1979 series 3box 1folder 53
Indiana University -- (Geneva Warner), 1978 series 3box 1folder 54
Inland Book Company, 1982 series 3box 1folder 55
Isaksson, Folke, 1978-1979 series 3box 1folder 56
Jolas, Marie, 1979 series 3box 1folder 57
Josephson, Eric, 1978 series 3box 1folder 58
Klappert, Peter, 1978 series 3box 1folder 59
Kleinpoppen, Nancy, 1981-1982 series 3box 1folder 60
Kramer, Leonie, 1979 series 3box 1folder 61
Library of Congress (Manuscript Division) -- (John C. Broderick), 1977 series 3box 1folder 62
Lisanby, Mrs. John T., 1979 series 3box 1folder 63
Long Island Historical Society, 1978 series 3box 1folder 64
MacLeish, Archibald, 1979 series 3box 1folder 65
MacPherson (Bryger), Annie, 1979 series 3box 1folder 66
Marshall, Armina, 1979 series 3box 1folder 67
McCabe, Charles, 1979 series 3box 1folder 68
Mendelson, Edward, 1979 series 3box 1folder 69
Metropolitan Museum of Art -- (Elizabeth Reuter Usher), 1979 series 3box 1folder 70
Milch Galleries, 1979 series 3box 1folder 71
Millay Ellis, Norma, 1979 series 3box 1folder 72
Mountbatten of Burma, 1978 series 3box 1folder 73
Museum of the City of New York -- (Mary C. Henderson), 1979 series 3box 1folder 74
Nantucket Historical Association -- (Edouard A. Stackpole), 1978 series 3box 1folder 75
Nassau County Museum (Library), 1979 series 3box 1folder 76
National Archives and Record Service -- (Timothy K. Kenninger), 1979 series 3box 1folder 77
New Directions -- (Else Albrecht-Carrie, Djuna Barnes, John Cushman), 1978 series 3box 1folder 78
New England Historic Genealogical Society -- (David C. Dearborn), 1978 series 3box 1folder 79
New Jersey Historical Commission, 1978 series 3box 1folder 80
New London Historical Society -- (Elizabeth B. Knox), 1979 series 3box 1folder 81
New York Genealogical and Biographical Society, 1979 series 3box 1folder 82
New York Public Library (Music Division), 1979 series 3box 1folder 83
New York State Historical Association, 1979 series 3box 1folder 84
New York Times, 1979 series 3box 1folder 85
New York University (Library), 1979 series 3box 1folder 86
Nielson, Richard W. , undated series 3box 1folder 87
Northwestern University (Library), 1979 series 3box 1folder 88
O'Conner, Robert, 1979 series 3box 1folder 89
Orange Country Community of Museums, 1979 series 3box 1folder 90
Parry, Albert, 1978 series 3box 1folder 91
Permissions, 1978-1982 series 3box 1folder 92
Pratt Institute, 1978-1979 series 3box 1folder 93
Princeton University Art Museum -- (Peter Bunnel), 1976 series 3box 1folder 94
Rakrege Publishing Company -- (S. J. Foderaro), 1979 series 3box 1folder 95
Roditi, Edouard, 1978 series 3box 1folder 96
Royal Academy of Music -- (F. Ryan), 1979 series 3box 1folder 97
Royal College of Music -- (Indecipherable signature), 1979 series 3box 1folder 98
Ryerson, Margaret, 1979 series 3box 1folder 99
Savage, Naomi , 1979 series 3box 2folder 1
Schorer, Mark, 1979 series 3box 2folder 2
Scott, James B., 1978-1979 series 3box 2folder 3
Shapiro, Harvey, 1979 series 3box 2folder 4
Simon, Linda, 1979 series 3box 2folder 5
Smoller, Sanford J., 1978 series 3box 2folder 6
Society of Genealogists (England) -- (Anthony J. Camp), 1979 series 3box 2folder 7
Sotheby's Belgravia -- (Philippe Garner), 1979 series 3box 2folder 8
Southern Illinois University -- (Kenneth W. Duckett), 1979 series 3box 2folder 9
Springfield (MA) City Library -- (Anne Williamson), 1978 series 3box 2folder 10
State of New York Department of Health -- (Dorotha E. George), 1981 series 3box 2folder 11
Stead, Christina, 1976 series 3box 2folder 12
Stern, James -- (David Farrer), 1978 series 3box 2folder 13
Stuhlmann, Gunther, 1979 series 3box 2folder 14
Surrey (England) Public Records Office, 1979 series 3box 2folder 15
Tanner, Allen, undated series 3box 2folder 16
Time Magazine, 1976 series 3box 2folder 17
Treillard, Lucien, undated series 3box 2folder 18
University of Arizona -- (Robert J. Werner), 1979 series 3box 2folder 19
University of Chicago -- (Elizabeth Stege Teleky), 1979 series 3box 2folder 20
University of Maine, 1979 series 3box 2folder 21
University of Maryland -- (Mary Boccaccio), 1976-1977 series 3box 2folder 22
University of Texas (Harry Ransom Humanities Research Center), 1979 series 3box 2folder 23
Walsh, James P., 1978-1979 series 3box 2folder 24
Washington University in St. Louis -- (Indecipherable signature), 1979 series 3box 2folder 25
Wescott, Glenway, 1979 series 3box 2folder 26
Wesleyan University -- (Susanne Javorski), 1979 series 3box 2folder 27
White, Antonia -- (Includes handcopied excerpts of letters from Emily Coleman to Antonia White), 1978 and undated series 3box 2folder 28
Whitman, Alden, 1976, 1978 series 3box 2folder 29
Wickes, George, 1978, 1982 series 3box 2folder 30
Wolff, Geoffrey, 1979 series 3box 2folder 31
Yale University (Beinecke Library) -- (Donald Gallup), 1978-1979 series 3box 2folder 32

Series 4: Research Materials, 1967-1979 and undated (0.75 linear feet)

This series contains periodicals and monographs collected by Field while researching and writing Djuna. The monographs include a book by John Coleman-Holmes, son of Emily Coleman; a book about Natalie Barney and her circle; and a book about Sylvia Beach published shortly after her death. This series is arranged alphabetically by title.

DescriptionSeriesBox / ReelFolder / Frame
Correspondence -- Djuna Barnes -- [To Robert McAlmon, Harriet Monroe, and Peter Wigham], circa 1978-1979 [1919-1953] series 4box 1folder 1
Correspondence -- C.L. Edson -- [To Albert Parry], 1922 series 4box 1folder 2
Correspondence -- Mary Fleming -- [To C.L. Edson], 1932 series 4box 1folder 3
Correspondence -- Sir Samuel [Peter] Hoare -- [From Peggy Guggenheim, Francis Pagan, Beatrix Holms Wright and unknown; to Djuna Barnes], 1967, 1969 and undated series 4box 1folder 4
Research Notes -- Notebooks, undated series 4box 1folder 5
Research Notes -- Notebooks, undated series 4box 1folder 6
Research Notes -- Notes, undated series 4box 1folder 7
Research Notes -- Notes, undated series 4box 1folder 8
Research Notes -- Notes From University of Maryland, undated series 4box 1folder 9
Research Notes -- Photocopies from Various Sources, circa 1978-1979 [undated] series 4box 1folder 10
Research Notes -- Primary Interviews, undated series 4box 1folder 11
Subject Files -- Djuna Barnes, undated [1959-1963] series 4box 1folder 12
Subject Files -- Zadel Barnes [Gustafson, Budington], undated [1870-1885 and undated] series 4box 1folder 13
Subject Files -- Zadel Barnes [Gustafson, Budington], undated [1870-1885 and undated] series 4box 1folder 14
Subject Files -- Henry Aaron Budington, undated [1899 and undated] series 4box 2folder 1
Subject Files -- Genealogical Materials, undated [1862-1873, 1916 and undated] series 4box 2folder 2
Subject Files -- John Holms, undated series 4box 2folder 3
Subject Files -- Homosexuality, undated [1930-1977 and undated] series 4box 2folder 4
Subject Files -- Homosexuality, undated [1930-1977 and undated] series 4box 2folder 5
Subject Files -- Interlibrary Loan and Photocopy Requests, 1976-1978 series 4box 2folder 6
Subject Files -- Courtney Lemon, 1981 [1933] series 4box 2folder 7
Subject Files -- Daniel Mahoney, 1978 [1974-1978] series 4box 2folder 8
Subject Files -- Robert McAlmon, "Miss Knight" (on microfilm), 1923 series 4box 2folder 9
Subject Files -- Miranda [Mary] Pyne, circa 1975 [1919] series 4box 2folder 10
Subject Files -- Thelma Wood, circa 1978-1979 [1933, 1971] series 4box 2folder 11

Series 5: Clippings, 1978-1989 (0.25 linear feet)

This series contains clippings and photocopies of clippings from newspapers and periodicals. The bulk of this series consists of book reviews of Djuna. The remainder of the clippings include obituaries of Djuna Barnes and of Henry Budington, Djuna Barnes's grandfather, and articles about the Black Cat bar in San Francisco. The series is arranged alphabetically by subject. Book reviews are filed alphabetically by their language of publication under the heading "Reviews of Djuna: The Formidable Miss Barnes." Within language files, the reviews are arranged chronologically.

DescriptionSeriesBox / ReelFolder / Frame
Black Cat Bar (San Francisco), circa 1978-1979 [1950-1963] series 5box 1folder 1
Black Cat Bar (San Francisco), circa 1978-1979 [1950-1963] series 5box 1folder 1
Obituaries of Djuna Barnes, 1982 series 5box 1folder 2
Obituaries of Djuna Barnes, 1982 series 5box 1folder 2
Obituaries of Henry Budington, 1978-1979 series 5box 1folder 3
Obituaries of Henry Budington, 1978-1979 series 5box 1folder 3
Reviews of Djuna: the Formidable Miss Barnes -- Dutch, 1984 series 5box 1folder 4
Reviews of Djuna: the Formidable Miss Barnes -- Dutch, 1984 series 5box 1folder 4
Reviews of Djuna: the Formidable Miss Barnes -- English, 1983-1985 series 5box 1folder 5
Reviews of Djuna: the Formidable Miss Barnes -- English, 1983-1985 series 5box 1folder 5
Reviews of Djuna: the Formidable Miss Barnes -- French, 1986 series 5box 1folder 6
Reviews of Djuna: the Formidable Miss Barnes -- French, 1986 series 5box 1folder 6
Reviews of Djuna: the Formidable Miss Barnes -- Italian, 1984-1985 series 5box 1folder 7
Reviews of Djuna: the Formidable Miss Barnes -- Italian, 1984-1985 series 5box 1folder 7
Reviews of Djuna: the Formidable Miss Barnes -- Spanish, 1989 series 5box 1folder 8
Reviews of Djuna: the Formidable Miss Barnes -- Spanish, 1989 series 5box 1folder 8

Series 6: Publications, 1916-1980 (0.25 linear feet)

This series contains periodicals and monographs collected by Field while researching and writing Djuna. Two issues of Bruno's Weekly from 1916 and one issue of Bruno's from 1917 contain illustrations and early published writings of Djuna Barnes. The monographs include a book by John Coleman-Holmes, son of Emily Coleman; a book about Natalie Barney and her circle; and a book about Sylvia Beach published shortly after her death. This series is arranged alphabetically by author or title.

DescriptionSeriesBox / ReelFolder / Frame
Berthe, ou, un Dmi-Sicle Auprs de l'Amazone by Berthe Cleyrergue, 1980 series 6box 1folder 1
Berthe, ou, un Démi-Siècle Auprés de l'Amazone by Berthe Cleyrergue, 1980 series 6box 1folder 1
Bruno's, 8 January 1917 series 6box 1folder 2
Bruno's, 8 January 1917 series 6box 1folder 2
Bruno's Weekly, 2 June 1916 series 6box 1folder 3
Bruno's Weekly, 2 June 1916 series 6box 1folder 3
Bruno's Weekly, 22 April 1916 series 6box 1folder 4
Bruno's Weekly, 22 April 1916 series 6box 1folder 4
Mâcher du Coton, 1971 series 6box 1folder 5
Mâcher du Coton by John Coleman-Holmes, 1971 series 6box 1folder 5
Sylvia Beach, 1887-1962, 1963 series 6box 1folder 6
Sylvia Beach, 1887-1962, 1963 series 6box 1folder 6

Series 7: Photographs, ca. 1920-1930s and undated (1 linear foot)

This series contains photographs and photographic copies of artwork published in Djuna. The photographs have been divided into four sections: Places, People, Art, and Illustrations for Field's Biography. Within each section, photographs are arranged roughly chronologically. An item-level description of this series is available in the box inventory, with item numbers listed for images that exist in the Papers of Djuna Barnes. Significant persons represented in this series include Margaret Anderson, Djuna Barnes, Natalie Clifford Barney, Emily Coleman, Marcel Duchamp, Charles Henri Ford, Elsa von Freytag-Loringhoven, Peggy Guggenheim, John Coleman-Holmes, Edna St. Vincent Millay, Alice Rohrer, Carl Van Vechten, Antonia White, and Thelma Wood. Significant known photographers include Berenice Abbott and Man Ray.

DescriptionSeriesBox / ReelFolder / FrameItem
Photographs series 7box 1folder 1
Front of a house, over the door of which are two stone plaques inscribed: "Henry Chappell, June 17, 1839," and "William E. Higgs, June 17, 1939", undated series 7box 1folder 1item 1
Closer view of Item 1 above, undated series 7box 1folder 1item 2
Different view of Item 1 above, undated series 7box 1folder 1item 3
Photographs series 7box 1folder 1
Front of a house, over the door of which are two stone plaques inscribed: "Henry Chappell, June 17, 1839," and "William E. Higgs, June 17, 1939", undated series 7box 1folder 1item 1
Closer view of Item 1 above, undated series 7box 1folder 1item 2
Different view of Item 1 above, undated series 7box 1folder 1item 3
Photographs series 7box 1folder 2
Thelma Wood seated outdoor at a table being served by a maid in France(?) -- (Original photograph taken from an album owned by Margaret Behrens and one copy), 1920s series 7box 1folder 2item 1
Djuna Barnes, Putzi Hanfstaengl, and Inez Milholland -- (Copy) [See also Djuna Barnes Papers, Series VII, 1.38], undated [ca. 1915] series 7box 1folder 2item 2
Emily Coleman standing, looking the palm of her hand, in front of woman on horse, Hayford Hall(?) -- (Original and one copy), 1930s series 7box 1folder 2item 3
Zadel Barnes Gufstafson and Axel Gustafson, London -- (Three copies, from British Library), undated [1888] series 7box 1folder 2item 4
Henry Aaron Budington, engraving -- (Copy, from Wesleyan University Library), undated [1857] series 7box 1folder 2item 5
Henry Aaron Budington, "Compiler of This Booklet" (Two copies), undated [ca. 1873-1876] series 7box 1folder 2item 6
Djuna Barnes being forcibly fed -- (Copy of photograph taken for her October 18, 1914, New York World article that appeared in World Magazine) -- [See also Djuna , undated [18 October 1914] series 7box 1folder 2item 7
Djuna Barnes as nun in Claudel's "The Tidings Brought to Mary," Theatre Guild -- (Copy similar to Djuna Barnes Papers, Series VII, 1.221 identified as DB in production of Tolstoy's "Power of Darkness"), undated [December 1922] series 7box 1folder 2item 8
Another performer from The Tidings Brought to Mary (copy), undated [December 1922] series 7box 1folder 2item 9
Another performer from The Tidings Brought to Mary (copy), undated [December 1922] series 7box 1folder 2item 10
Scene from The Tidings Brought to Mary (copy), undated [December 1922] series 7box 1folder 2item 11
Scene from The Tidings Brought to Mary (copy), undated [December 1922] series 7box 1folder 2item 12
Djuna Barnes -- (Three copies of photograph by Berenice Abbot) -- [See also Djuna Barnes Papers, Series VII, 1.91], undated [ca. 1920-1921] series 7box 1folder 2item 13
Djuna Barnes seated, wearing hat and corsage with fur-lined coat draped over her -- (Copy of photograph by Man Ray) -- [See also Djuna Barnes Papers, Series VII, 1.98], undated [1925] series 7box 1folder 2item 14
Djuna Barnes at Hayford Hall -- (Copy, detail from Djuna Barnes Papers, Series VII, 1.148), undated [August 1933] series 7box 1folder 2item 15
Djuna Barnes at Hayford Hall (copy), undated [ca. 1933] series 7box 1folder 2item 16
Djuna Barnes, portrait (copy), undated [ca. 1920s] series 7box 1folder 2item 17
Djuna Barnes seated with hands folded -- (Copy of photograph by Man Ray), undated [ca. 1920s] series 7box 1folder 2item 18
Djuna Barnes in profile -- (Copy of photograph by Berenice Abbott) -- [See also Djuna Barnes Papers, Series VII, 1.45], undated [ca. 1920s] series 7box 1folder 2item 19
Djuna Barnes, wearing hat and veil (Two copies), undated [ca. 1920s] series 7box 1folder 2item 20
Djuna Barnes, walking with cane wearing hat and cape (copy), 1929 series 7box 1folder 2item 21
Djuna Barnes in Greenwich Village -- (Copy, taken around the same time as Djuna Barnes Papers, Series VII, 1.197 and 1.198), undated [ca. 1958-1962] series 7box 1folder 2item 22
Marcel Duchamp as Rose Selavy (copy), undated series 7box 1folder 2item 23
Marcel Duchamp as Rose Selavy (copy), undated series 7box 1folder 2item 24
Alice Rohrer, with a hat(?) (Two copies), undated [ca. 1920s] series 7box 1folder 2item 25
Ernst Hanfstaengl, Djuna Barnes, and Charles Henri Ford with pigeons, Munich, Odeonplatz -- (Two copies) [See also Djuna Barnes Papers, Series VII, 1.145], undated [October 1945] series 7box 1folder 2item 26
Djuna Barnes, Margaret Anderson, and Carl Van Vechten at the Gotham Book Mart (Two copies), undated [ca. 1950s] series 7box 1folder 2item 27
Djuna Barnes and Natalie Clifford Barney, Nice, France -- (copy) [See also Djuna Barnes Papers, Series VII, 1.122], undated [ca. 1928-1930] series 7box 1folder 2item 28
Baroness Elsa von Freytag Loringhoven in profile -- (Two copies of photograph by Man Ray), undated [ca. 1921] series 7box 1folder 2item 29
Baroness Elsa von Freytag Loringhoven, wearing hat -- (Copy of photograph by Man Ray), undated [ca. 1921] series 7box 1folder 2item 30
Thelma Wood in profile -- (Two copies of photograph by Berenice Abbott), undated [ca. 1920s] series 7box 1folder 2item 31
Edna St. Vincent Millay in Miskin, New York (copy), undated series 7box 1folder 2item 32
Emily Coleman (Two copies), undated series 7box 1folder 2item 33
Djuna Barnes and Antonia White, Hayford Hall. Snapshots of John Holmes and Peggy Guggenheim placed at opposite edges of photograph -- (Collaged for used in Djuna: the Formidable Miss Barnes), undated [1933] series 7box 1folder 2item 34
Composite of Items 19 and 31 above, undated series 7box 1folder 2item 35
Photographs series 7box 1folder 2
Thelma Wood seated outdoor at a table being served by a maid in France(?) -- (Original photograph taken from an album owned by Margaret Behrens and one copy), 1920s series 7box 1folder 2item 1
Djuna Barnes, Putzi Hanfstaengl, and Inez Milholland -- (Copy) [See also Djuna Barnes Papers, Series VII, 1.38], undated [ca. 1915] series 7box 1folder 2item 2
Emily Coleman standing, looking the palm of her hand, in front of woman on horse, Hayford Hall(?) -- (Original and one copy), 1930s series 7box 1folder 2item 3
Zadel Barnes Gufstafson and Axel Gustafson, London -- (Three copies, from British Library), undated [1888] series 7box 1folder 2item 4
Henry Aaron Budington, engraving -- (Copy, from Wesleyan University Library), undated [1857] series 7box 1folder 2item 5
Henry Aaron Budington, "Compiler of This Booklet" (Two copies), undated [ca. 1873-1876] series 7box 1folder 2item 6
Djuna Barnes being forcibly fed -- (Copy of photograph taken for her October 18, 1914, New York World article that appeared in World Magazine) -- [See also Djuna , undated [18 October 1914] series 7box 1folder 2item 7
Djuna Barnes as nun in Claudel's "The Tidings Brought to Mary," Theatre Guild -- (Copy similar to Djuna Barnes Papers, Series VII, 1.221 identified as DB in production of Tolstoy's "Power of Darkness"), undated [December 1922] series 7box 1folder 2item 8
Another performer from The Tidings Brought to Mary (copy), undated [December 1922] series 7box 1folder 2item 9
Another performer from The Tidings Brought to Mary (copy), undated [December 1922] series 7box 1folder 2item 10
Scene from The Tidings Brought to Mary (copy), undated [December 1922] series 7box 1folder 2item 11
Scene from The Tidings Brought to Mary (copy), undated [December 1922] series 7box 1folder 2item 12
Djuna Barnes -- (Three copies of photograph by Berenice Abbot) -- [See also Djuna Barnes Papers, Series VII, 1.91], undated [ca. 1920-1921] series 7box 1folder 2item 13
Djuna Barnes seated, wearing hat and corsage with fur-lined coat draped over her -- (Copy of photograph by Man Ray) -- [See also Djuna Barnes Papers, Series VII, 1.98], undated [1925] series 7box 1folder 2item 14
Djuna Barnes at Hayford Hall -- (Copy, detail from Djuna Barnes Papers, Series VII, 1.148), undated [August 1933] series 7box 1folder 2item 15
Djuna Barnes at Hayford Hall (copy), undated [ca. 1933] series 7box 1folder 2item 16
Djuna Barnes, portrait (copy), undated [ca. 1920s] series 7box 1folder 2item 17
Djuna Barnes seated with hands folded -- (Copy of photograph by Man Ray), undated [ca. 1920s] series 7box 1folder 2item 18
Djuna Barnes in profile -- (Copy of photograph by Berenice Abbott) -- [See also Djuna Barnes Papers, Series VII, 1.45], undated [ca. 1920s] series 7box 1folder 2item 19
Djuna Barnes, wearing hat and veil (Two copies), undated [ca. 1920s] series 7box 1folder 2item 20
Djuna Barnes, walking with cane wearing hat and cape (copy), 1929 series 7box 1folder 2item 21
Djuna Barnes in Greenwich Village -- (Copy, taken around the same time as Djuna Barnes Papers, Series VII, 1.197 and 1.198), undated [ca. 1958-1962] series 7box 1folder 2item 22
Marcel Duchamp as Rose Selavy (copy), undated series 7box 1folder 2item 23
Marcel Duchamp as Rose Selavy (copy), undated series 7box 1folder 2item 24
Alice Rohrer, with a hat(?) (Two copies), undated [ca. 1920s] series 7box 1folder 2item 25
Ernst Hanfstaengl, Djuna Barnes, and Charles Henri Ford with pigeons, Munich, Odeonplatz -- (Two copies) [See also Djuna Barnes Papers, Series VII, 1.145], undated [October 1945] series 7box 1folder 2item 26
Djuna Barnes, Margaret Anderson, and Carl Van Vechten at the Gotham Book Mart (Two copies), undated [ca. 1950s] series 7box 1folder 2item 27
Djuna Barnes and Natalie Clifford Barney, Nice, France -- (copy) [See also Djuna Barnes Papers, Series VII, 1.122], undated [ca. 1928-1930] series 7box 1folder 2item 28
Baroness Elsa von Freytag Loringhoven in profile -- (Two copies of photograph by Man Ray), undated [ca. 1921] series 7box 1folder 2item 29
Baroness Elsa von Freytag Loringhoven, wearing hat -- (Copy of photograph by Man Ray), undated [ca. 1921] series 7box 1folder 2item 30
Thelma Wood in profile -- (Two copies of photograph by Berenice Abbott), undated [ca. 1920s] series 7box 1folder 2item 31
Edna St. Vincent Millay in Miskin, New York (copy), undated series 7box 1folder 2item 32
Emily Coleman (Two copies), undated series 7box 1folder 2item 33
Djuna Barnes and Antonia White, Hayford Hall. Snapshots of John Holmes and Peggy Guggenheim placed at opposite edges of photograph -- (Collaged for used in Djuna: the Formidable Miss Barnes), undated [1933] series 7box 1folder 2item 34
Composite of Items 19 and 31 above, undated series 7box 1folder 2item 35
Photographs series 7box 1folder 3
Contact sheet with black and white photos of three of Djuna Barnes' paintings: Alice, Ambisexual art dealer, Emily Coleman -- [See also Djuna Barnes Papers, Series VIII, 5.1-3], undated series 7box 1folder 3item 1
Portrait of Alice Rohrer by Djuna Barnes -- (copy) [See also Djuna Barnes Papers, Series VII, 4.83-85], undated series 7box 1folder 3item 2
The Pay from "Types found in Odd Corners About Brooklyn," Brooklyn Daily Eagle -- (copy) [See also Djuna Barnes Papers, Series VIII, 4.9], undated [28 July 1913] series 7box 1folder 3item 3
Question--Why do some People... from "Types found in Odd Corners About Brooklyn," Brooklyn Daily Eagle -- (copy) [See also Djuna Barnes Papers, Series VIII, 4.19], undated [26 September 1913] series 7box 1folder 3item 4
Caricature of Marsden Hartley by Djuna Barnes, for New York Tribune -- (copy) [See also Djuna Barnes Papers, Series VII, 4.68 and Series VIII, 4.32], undated [4 November 1923] series 7box 1folder 3item 5
The portion of dramatic art that locates in the small of the back, illustration for "David Warfield--Optimist," for New York Morning Telegraph Sunday Magazine -- (copy), undated [14 January 1917] series 7box 1folder 3item 6
Woman holding bird with two horses -- (Copy of drawing by Djuna Barnes. Used on page 46 of Field), undated series 7box 1folder 3item 7
Plate 5, The Book of Repulsive Women: 8 Rhythms and 5 Drawings -- ([New York: Guido Bruno, 1915 (Bruno Chap Books 2, November 1915)], p. 111) -- (copy) [See also Djuna Barnes Papers, Series VII, , undated [November 1915] series 7box 1folder 3item 8
Plate 2[?], The Book of Repulsive Women: 8 Rhythms and 5 Drawings -- (copy) ([New York: Guido Bruno, 1915 (Bruno Chap Books 2, November 1915)], p. 105), undated [November 1915] series 7box 1folder 3item 9
Plate 4[?], The Book of Repulsive Women: 8 Rhythms and 5 Drawings -- (copy) ([New York: Guido Bruno, 1915 (Bruno Chap Books 2, November 1915)], p. 109), undated [November 1915] series 7box 1folder 3item 10
One gentleman immediately started a cry of 'There's a specimen,' illustration for "There's Something Besides the Cocktail in the Bronx" -- (New York Tribune, 16 February 1919, Part 3, p. 6) -- (Two copies), undated [16 February 1919] series 7box 1folder 3item 11
At the Dome, by Nina Hammett -- (Two copies of drawing), n.d [1924] series 7box 1folder 3item 12
Plate 3, The Book of Repulsive Women: 8 Rhythms and 5 Drawings -- ([New York: Guido Bruno, 1915 (Bruno Chap Books 2, November 1915)], p. 107. Used on page 71 of Field) -- (copy) [See also Djuna , undated [November 1915] series 7box 1folder 3item 13
Caricature of Gertrude Stein by Djuna Barnes -- (Used on page 105 of Field) -- (copy) [See also Djuna Barnes Papers, Series VII, 4.68 and Series VIII, 4.32], undated [4 November 1923] series 7box 1folder 3item 14
Self-portrait in earrings from Pearson's Magazine -- (Used on page 51 of Field) -- (Three copies) [See also Djuna Barnes Papers, Series VIII, 4.41] , undated [1919] series 7box 1folder 3item 15
All because of Wendell! from Ryder (1928) -- (Used on pages 98-99 of Field) -- (copy) [See also Series VII, 3.37 and Series VIII, 4.37], undated [ca. 1928] series 7box 1folder 3item 16
The Soliloquy of Dr. Matthew O'Connor from Ryder (1928) -- (Used on pages 98-99 of Field) -- (Two copies) [See also Djuna Barnes Papers, Series VII, 4.45 and Series VIII, 3.42], undated [ca. 1928] series 7box 1folder 3item 17
Georgette LeBlanc by Djuna Barnes -- (Copy, used on page 115 of Field), undated [1941] series 7box 1folder 3item 18
April from Ladies Almanack -- (Used on page 195) -- (Two copies) [See also Djuna Barnes Papers, Series VII, 4.22-31, Series VIII, 1.12, and Series VIII, 3.5-33], undated [ca. 1928] series 7box 1folder 3item 19
Drypoint by Thelma Wood (shoe, flowers, and frogs) -- (Copy, used on page 195 of Field), undated series 7box 1folder 3item 20
Drawing of "Flore's House, Oakham" by unknown (copy) , undated series 7box 1folder 3item 21
Photographs series 7box 1folder 3
Contact sheet with black and white photos of three of Djuna Barnes' paintings: Alice, Ambisexual art dealer, Emily Coleman -- [See also Djuna Barnes Papers, Series VIII, 5.1-3], undated series 7box 1folder 3item 1
Portrait of Alice Rohrer by Djuna Barnes -- (copy) [See also Djuna Barnes Papers, Series VII, 4.83-85], undated series 7box 1folder 3item 2
The Pay from "Types found in Odd Corners About Brooklyn," Brooklyn Daily Eagle -- (copy) [See also Djuna Barnes Papers, Series VIII, 4.9], undated [28 July 1913] series 7box 1folder 3item 3
Question--Why do some People... from "Types found in Odd Corners About Brooklyn," Brooklyn Daily Eagle -- (copy) [See also Djuna Barnes Papers, Series VIII, 4.19], undated [26 September 1913] series 7box 1folder 3item 4
Caricature of Marsden Hartley by Djuna Barnes, for New York Tribune -- (copy) [See also Djuna Barnes Papers, Series VII, 4.68 and Series VIII, 4.32], undated [4 November 1923] series 7box 1folder 3item 5
The portion of dramatic art that locates in the small of the back, illustration for "David Warfield--Optimist," for New York Morning Telegraph Sunday Magazine -- (copy), undated [14 January 1917] series 7box 1folder 3item 6
Woman holding bird with two horses -- (Copy of drawing by Djuna Barnes. Used on page 46 of Field), undated series 7box 1folder 3item 7
Plate 5, The Book of Repulsive Women: 8 Rhythms and 5 Drawings -- ([New York: Guido Bruno, 1915 (Bruno Chap Books 2, November 1915)], p. 111) -- (copy) [See also Djuna Barnes Papers, Series VII, , undated [November 1915] series 7box 1folder 3item 8
Plate 2[?], The Book of Repulsive Women: 8 Rhythms and 5 Drawings -- (copy) ([New York: Guido Bruno, 1915 (Bruno Chap Books 2, November 1915)], p. 105), undated [November 1915] series 7box 1folder 3item 9
Plate 4[?], The Book of Repulsive Women: 8 Rhythms and 5 Drawings -- (copy) ([New York: Guido Bruno, 1915 (Bruno Chap Books 2, November 1915)], p. 109), undated [November 1915] series 7box 1folder 3item 10
One gentleman immediately started a cry of 'There's a specimen,' illustration for "There's Something Besides the Cocktail in the Bronx" -- (New York Tribune, 16 February 1919, Part 3, p. 6) -- (Two copies), undated [16 February 1919] series 7box 1folder 3item 11
At the Dome, by Nina Hammett -- (Two copies of drawing), n.d [1924] series 7box 1folder 3item 12
Plate 3, The Book of Repulsive Women: 8 Rhythms and 5 Drawings -- ([New York: Guido Bruno, 1915 (Bruno Chap Books 2, November 1915)], p. 107. Used on page 71 of Field) -- (copy) [See also Djuna , undated [November 1915] series 7box 1folder 3item 13
Caricature of Gertrude Stein by Djuna Barnes -- (Used on page 105 of Field) -- (copy) [See also Djuna Barnes Papers, Series VII, 4.68 and Series VIII, 4.32], undated [4 November 1923] series 7box 1folder 3item 14
Self-portrait in earrings from Pearson's Magazine -- (Used on page 51 of Field) -- (Three copies) [See also Djuna Barnes Papers, Series VIII, 4.41] , undated [1919] series 7box 1folder 3item 15
All because of Wendell! from Ryder (1928) -- (Used on pages 98-99 of Field) -- (copy) [See also Series VII, 3.37 and Series VIII, 4.37], undated [ca. 1928] series 7box 1folder 3item 16
The Soliloquy of Dr. Matthew O'Connor from Ryder (1928) -- (Used on pages 98-99 of Field) -- (Two copies) [See also Djuna Barnes Papers, Series VII, 4.45 and Series VIII, 3.42], undated [ca. 1928] series 7box 1folder 3item 17
Georgette LeBlanc by Djuna Barnes -- (Copy, used on page 115 of Field), undated [1941] series 7box 1folder 3item 18
April from Ladies Almanack -- (Used on page 195) -- (Two copies) [See also Djuna Barnes Papers, Series VII, 4.22-31, Series VIII, 1.12, and Series VIII, 3.5-33], undated [ca. 1928] series 7box 1folder 3item 19
Drypoint by Thelma Wood (shoe, flowers, and frogs) -- (Copy, used on page 195 of Field), undated series 7box 1folder 3item 20
Drawing of "Flore's House, Oakham" by unknown (copy) , undated series 7box 1folder 3item 21
Photographs series 7box 1folder 4
Baroness Elsa von Freytag Loringhoven in profile (Copy of photograph by Man Ray) and caricature of Guido Bruno and others in gallery -- (Used on pages 98-99 of Field) -- [See also Series VII, Folder 2, Item 29 above], undated [ca. 1921 and undated] series 7box 1folder 4item 1
Publicity photo of Marguerite d'Alvarez and drawing of "Kate Careless" from Ryder -- (Copy, used on pages 98-99 of Field), undated [ca. 1928 and undated] series 7box 1folder 4item 2
Photograph of Polly's in Greenwich Village and At the Dome by Nina Hammett -- (Copy, used on pages 98-99 of Field) -- [See also Series VII, Folder 3, Item 12 above], undated [1924 and undated] series 7box 1folder 4item 3
Composite of Madame Majeska by Djuna Barnes and photograph of Emily Coleman -- (Copy, used on pages 194-195 of Field) -- [See also Series VII, Folder 2, Item 3 above and Djuna Barnes Papers, Series, undated [1930s and undated] series 7box 1folder 4item 4
Composite of portrait of Alice Rohrer by Djuna Barnes and photograph of Alice Rohrer -- (Copy, used on pages 194-195 of Field) -- [See also Series VII, Folder 2, Item 25 and Folder 3, Item 2, and Djuna Barnes Series VIII, 5.1-, undated [ca. 1920s and undated] series 7box 1folder 4item 5
Photographs series 7box 1folder 4
Baroness Elsa von Freytag Loringhoven in profile (Copy of photograph by Man Ray) and caricature of Guido Bruno and others in gallery -- (Used on pages 98-99 of Field) -- [See also Series VII, Folder 2, Item 29 above], undated [ca. 1921 and undated] series 7box 1folder 4item 1
Publicity photo of Marguerite d'Alvarez and drawing of "Kate Careless" from Ryder -- (Copy, used on pages 98-99 of Field), undated [ca. 1928 and undated] series 7box 1folder 4item 2
Photograph of Polly's in Greenwich Village and At the Dome by Nina Hammett -- (Copy, used on pages 98-99 of Field) -- [See also Series VII, Folder 3, Item 12 above], undated [1924 and undated] series 7box 1folder 4item 3
Composite of Madame Majeska by Djuna Barnes and photograph of Emily Coleman -- (Copy, used on pages 194-195 of Field) -- [See also Series VII, Folder 2, Item 3 above and Djuna Barnes Papers, Series, undated [1930s and undated] series 7box 1folder 4item 4
Composite of portrait of Alice Rohrer by Djuna Barnes and photograph of Alice Rohrer -- (Copy, used on pages 194-195 of Field) -- [See also Series VII, Folder 2, Item 25 and Folder 3, Item 2, and Djuna Barnes Series VIII, 5.1-, undated [ca. 1920s and undated] series 7box 1folder 4item 5

Related Material

Related materials can be found in the Papers of Djuna Barnes, Saxon Barnes, Elsa von Freytag-Loringhoven, and James Andrew Stern; the Barnes Family Papers; the Irwin Cohen Collection; and the Chester Page Collection; all of which are in the collections of the Archives and Manuscripts Department, University of Maryland at College Park Libraries.

The University of Delaware Library, Special Collections Department houses the Papers of Emily Holmes Coleman. The Library of Congress Manuscripts Division houses the Papers of Janet Flanner. Both the Papers of Emily Holmes Coleman and the Papers of Janet Flanner contain significant correspondence from Djuna Barnes.

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