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Djuna Barnes papers

Abstract

Title:
Djuna Barnes papers
Author/Creator:
Barnes, Djuna
Collection number:
73-26
Size:
102 linear feet
Bulk dates:
1910-1975
Inclusive dates:
1820-1982
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:

The University of Maryland Libraries are the primary repository for the archive of Djuna Barnes (1892-1982), who was an avant-garde American writer and artist. Her papers consist of family and personal papers, correspondence, publications, manuscript drafts, newspaper clippings, serials, photographs, and original art work documenting Barnes's career. Significant correspondents in the collection include T. S. Eliot, Emily Coleman, Marianne Moore, Peggy Guggenheim, Dag Hammarskjöld, Kay Boyle, Lawrence Ferlinghetti, Robert McAlmon, Laurence Vail, Allan Ross Macdougall, Allen Tate, E. E. Cummings, William Carlos Williams, and Eugene O'Neill. Some of the books from her personal library are among the holdings of the Marylandia and Rare Books Department.

Important Information for Users of the Collection

Restrictions:

This collection is open for research. Researchers will consult the microfilm of Series I-IV, unless permission is granted for access to the actual papers prior to a research visit. Original works of art in Series VIII are fragile and are consulted only by appointment. For information and to secure permission or make an appointment, email archives-um@umd.edu.

Preferred citation:

Djuna Barnes papers, Special Collections, University of Maryland Libraries.

Please use this identifier to cite or link to this item: http://hdl.handle.net/1903.1/1512
Publication rights:

Photocopies of original materials may be provided for a fee and at the discretion of the curator. Please see our Duplication of Materials policy for more information. Queries regarding publication rights and copyright status of materials within this collection should be directed to the appropriate curator. Inquiries about permission to publish the works of Djuna Barnes should be directed to the Authors League Fund, 31 East 32nd Street, 7th Floor, New York, NY 10016. Tel: 212-268-1208, Fax: 212-564-8363 and 212-564-8363, Email: staff@authorsleaguefund.org.

Alternate formats:

Microfilm of Series I-IV available for loan at a qualified institution. A researcher or qualified borrowing institution may initiate a loan request by contacting the Curator of Literary Manuscripts.

Status:

This collection is PROCESSED.

Historical Note

Noted journalist and avant-garde author Djuna Barnes was born in Cornwall-on-Hudson, New York, on June 12, 1892, the second child and only daughter of Wald and Elizabeth Chappell Barnes. Barnes studied art at the Pratt Institute (1912-1913) and at the Art Student's League of New York (1915-1916).

In 1913, she began working as a freelance journalist and illustrator for the Brooklyn Daily Eagle and was soon writing and illustrating features and interviews for the New York Morning Telegraph, the New York Press, and the New York Sun, among other publications. During this period, she became involved in the bohemian artistic milieu of Greenwich Village. She wrote poetry (The Book of Repulsive Women, published in 1915) and several short plays ("Three From the Earth,"? "Kurzy of the Sea," and "An Irish Triangle"), which were produced by the Provincetown Players in 1919 and 1920.

In 1921, Barnes travelled to Europe, then spent almost all of the next twenty years in England and France. She wrote features and interviews for Vanity Fair, McCall's, Charm, and Smart Set, a regular column for Theatre Guild Magazine, and poems and stories for literary magazines such as Dial, transition, and Transatlantic Review. Her book-length writings in this period consist of a collection of her short stories, plays, and poems, A Book (1923), which was revised and republished in 1929 as A Night Among the Horses, the satirical Ladies Almanack (1928), and two novels, Ryder (1928) and Nightwood (1936). Regarded by most critics as her masterpiece, Nightwood was influenced by Barnes's affair with Thelma Wood. The novel was written under the patronage of Peggy Guggenheim and championed by T. S. Eliot, Barnes's editor at Faber and Faber.

In October 1939, Barnes returned to the United States, and, in September 1940, she moved into an apartment at 5 Patchin Place in Greenwich Village, where she resided for the remainder of her life. She wrote the verse play The Antiphon (1958), which was produced in Sweden in 1961 in a version co-translated by United Nations' secretary Dag Hammarskjöld. Another collection of her short stories, Spillway, was published in 1962, the year in which Selected Works (Spillway, The Antiphon, and Nightwood), appeared. During the 1960s and 1970s, Barnes also wrote much poetry, though little was published. Her final work was the verse menagerie Creatures In an Alphabet (1982). Barnes died in New York City on June 18, 1982, at the age of ninety.

Scope and Contents of the Collection

The papers of Djuna Barnes contain correspondence; manuscripts and proofs of novels, short stories, plays, and poetry; published copies of early fiction, nonfiction, plays, and poetry; notes; royalty and financial statements; a wide assortment of printed matter including reviews of her works; photographs, negatives, and slides; and original art works. The material spans the period from 1820 to 1982, with the bulk falling between 1910 and 1975.

Custodial History and Acquisition Information

The University of Maryland Libraries purchased the bulk of the collection from Djuna Barnes in 1973, with an additional major purchase in 1977. Between 1980 and 2009, a small number of additional items were incorporated into the collection through purchase and gift.

Processing Information

Processed by:

Processed: March 1977, August 1980, March 1984, Summer 1987. Revised: February 1984, March 1987, August 1987, February 1993, September 1994, February 1995, August 1997, November 2000, June 2001. Reprocessed by Robert Vietrogoski, June 1996, October 1996. Reprocessed and revised by Patricia J. Rettig, July 1998. Reprocessed and revised by Jennifer Evans, June 2002. Revised by Ruth M. Alvarez and Jason Stieber, May 2003. Revised October 2009, February 2011.

Processing note:

Since its acquisition by the University of Maryland, the Barnes papers have been processed numerous times in largely piecemeal fashion. In the spring of 1996, all of the collection except the photographs and art underwent major reprocessing. This effort included creating a new series of family and personal papers and merging the two alphabetical runs of correspondence. Materials formerly in the "Typescripts, page proofs, scripts," "Publications," and "Appendix B: Laminated Papers" were brought together into a single "Writings" series. Other work included integrating the unprocessed addenda of the collection (formerly "Appendix A") into existing series and combining the "Clippings," "Pamphlets," and much of the "Miscellaneous" series into a single "Printed Matter" series. In Fall 1996, a new series, "Serial Publications," was created. "Book Catalogs" formerly located under the "Printed Matter" series were relocated into "Serial Publications."

In 1998, the remainder of unprocessed items were integrated into the collection. Also, the photograph and art appendices were made into series and renumbered and rearranged as necessary. Section VI, Cards, and Section VII, Printing Blocks, were added to the art series. The Barnes pen and ink drawings donated in 1997 were also incorporated into the art series. In November 2000, items acquired from a dealer were integrated into the collection.

In July 2001, preparations to microfilm the first four series of the collection began, including some reprocessing. Significant time was devoted to dating previously undated materials and reorganizing the materials accordingly. In Series II, Correspondence, there was a general file for each letter of the alphabet that contained correspondence from multiple individuals. These items were separated and placed into individual, named folders. A list of correspondents, in addition, was compiled for each folder in Series II. Fragile materials were placed in Mylar sleeves, and extremely fragile clippings were backed with Japanese paper before being placed in sleeving. Additional materials, which had been acquired since 1998, were incorporated into the collection. Folded materials were unfolded and moved to a mapcase, and unannotated photocopies of publications were discarded if originals were present in the collection. Several oversize publications that had been arranged by the title of the illustration were moved and refiled under the title of the article, as listed in Douglas Messerli's Djuna Barnes: A Bibliography (Rhinebeck, N.Y.: D. Lewis, 1975).

The arrangement of Series IV, Printed Matter, was discarded at this time; "On Barnes" became "About Barnes"; "On Barnes's Writings" is now titled "About Barnes's Writings"; and "On Others" and "Other" were combined to form "Collected by Barnes." Items within six of the eight "miscellaneous" folders were grouped together under headings, such as book reviews and health, and arranged alphabetically under "Collected by Barnes." In addition, English translations of articles were reunited with their foreign language originals.

An attempt was made to bring some order to Barnes's poetry. When possible, materials within each folder were placed in chronological order, and fragments located in "Poems, Fragments" that were not poetry-related were moved to "Notes, Miscellaneous fragments." Most noticeably, the poems in "Early Poems" were separated into individual folder by title and integrated into the alphabetical schema of the series.

Encoded by:

EAD markup created using EAD database in Microsoft Access. Markup completed by Jennie A. Levine. Markup checked and verified by Jennie A. Levine, May 2005.

Detailed Description of the Collection

Series 1: Family and Personal Papers, 1886-1980 and undated (3 linear feet)

This series includes address books, biographical and genealogical information, correspondence, daybooks, financial records, marriage and divorce papers, notes and notebooks, passports, postcards, and poetry by Barnes family members. These materials illuminate Barnes's complex relations with her parents, Wald Barnes (also known as Brian Barnes, Harold Barnes, and Henry Budington, among other names) and Elizabeth Chappell Barnes, as well as her siblings, Thurn, Zendon, Saxon, and Shangar, and half-siblings, Muriel, Duane, and Buan. Of particular interest is her correspondence with her paternal grandmother, Zadel Gustafson, who exerted great influence over her son and his offspring. This series also contains material related to Barnes herself, including daybooks, official papers, financial records, and biographical information.

Arrangement is alphabetical by surname of family member.

DescriptionSeriesBox / ReelFolder / Frame
Barnes, Djuna -- (Address Books) (Reel 1, 2-120), undated series 1box 1folder 1
Barnes, Djuna -- (Address Books) (Reel 1, Frame 121-299), undated series 1box 1folder 2
Barnes, Djuna -- (Apartments) -- [London] (Reel 1, Frame 300-308), 1937 and undated series 1box 1folder 3
Barnes, Djuna -- (Apartments) -- [New York] (Reel 1, Frame 309-340), 1971-1976 and undated series 1box 1folder 4
Barnes, Djuna -- (Apartments) -- [Paris] (Reel 1, Frame 341-404), 1927-1937 series 1box 1folder 5
Barnes, Djuna -- (Biographical Information) (Reel 1, Frame 405-480), 1941-1975 and undated series 1box 1folder 6
Barnes, Djuna -- (Daybooks) (Reel 1, Frame 481-597), 1926, 1959 series 1box 1folder 7
Barnes, Djuna -- (Daybooks) (Reel 1, Frame 598-679), 1960-1961 series 1box 1folder 8
Barnes, Djuna -- (Daybooks) (Reel 1, Frame 681-767), 1964 series 1box 2folder 1
Barnes, Djuna -- (Daybooks) (Reel 1, Frame 768-807), 1 January 1966-1 July 1966 series 1box 2folder 2
Barnes, Djuna -- (Daybooks) (Reel 1, Frame 808-855), 2 July 1966-31 December 1966 series 1box 2folder 3
Barnes, Djuna -- (Daybooks) (Reel 1, Frame 856-926), 1967 series 1box 2folder 4
Barnes, Djuna -- (Daybooks) (Reel 2, Frame 2-44), January-June 1972 series 1box 3folder 1
Barnes, Djuna -- (Daybooks) (Reel 2, Frame 45-85), July-December 1972 series 1box 3folder 2
Barnes, Djuna -- (Daybooks) (Reel 2, Frame 86-119), 1 January 1973-1 July 1973 series 1box 3folder 3
Barnes, Djuna -- (Daybooks) (Reel 2, Frame 120-154), 2 July 1973-31 December 1973 series 1box 3folder 4
Barnes, Djuna -- (Daybooks) (Reel 2, Frame 156-197), 1 January 1974-1 July 1974 series 1box 4folder 1
Barnes, Djuna -- (Daybooks) (Reel 2, Frame 198-243), 2 July 1974-31 December 1974 series 1box 4folder 2
Barnes, Djuna -- (Financial Records) -- [Bills and Miscellaneous] (Reel 2, Frame 244-283), 1942-1978 and undated series 1box 4folder 3
Barnes, Djuna -- (Financial Records) -- [Tax Records] (Reel 2, Frame 284-295), 1947-1973 series 1box 4folder 4
Barnes, Djuna -- (Medical Records) (Reel 2, Frame 296-323), 1938-1939, 1950-1952, 1962, 1970-1975 series 1box 4folder 5
Barnes, Djuna -- (Miscellaneous) (Reel 2, Frame 324-339), 1933-1950 series 1box 4folder 6
Barnes, Djuna -- (Notebooks) (Reel 2, Frame 340-413), undated series 1box 4folder 7
Barnes, Djuna -- (Notes and Fragments) (Reel 2, Frame 414-462), 1921-1970 and undated series 1box 4folder 8
Barnes, Djuna -- (Passports, Certificate of Registration, Identity Cards) (Reel 2, Frame 463-506), 1929-1949 series 1box 4folder 9
Barnes, Djuna -- (Telephone List) (Reel 2, Frame 507-509), 1935 series 1box 4folder 10
Barnes, Djuna -- (Will [fragment]) (Reel 2, Frame 510-511), 1980 series 1box 4folder 11
Barnes, Djuna -- (WPA Slip, Federal Writers Project Card) (Reel 2, Frame 512-515), 1936 series 1box 4folder 12
Barnes, Duane (Reel 2, Frame 517-527), 1926, 1970 series 1box 5folder 1
Barnes, Elizabeth Chappell -- (Correspondence) (Reel 2, Frame 528-604), 1889, 1907-1916, 1923 series 1box 5folder 2
Barnes, Elizabeth Chappell -- (Correspondence) (Reel 2, Frame 605-687), 1924 series 1box 5folder 3
Barnes, Elizabeth Chappell -- (Correspondence) (Reel 2, Frame 688-735), 1925 series 1box 5folder 4
Barnes, Elizabeth Chappell -- (Correspondence) (Reel 2, Frame 736-787), 1926-1927 series 1box 5folder 5
Barnes, Elizabeth Chappell -- (Correspondence) (Reel 2, Frame 788-863), 1928-1937 series 1box 5folder 6
Barnes, Elizabeth Chappell -- (Correspondence) (Reel 2, Frame 864-921), 1938-1944 series 1box 5folder 7
Barnes, Elizabeth Chappell -- (Correspondence) (Reel 2, Frame 922-977), undated series 1box 5folder 8
Barnes, Elizabeth Chappell -- (Miscellaneous) (Reel 2, Frame 978-989), 1892-1896, 1924-1928 and undated series 1box 5folder 9
Barnes, Elizabeth Chappell -- (Notebooks) (Reel 2, Frame 990-1034), undated series 1box 5folder 10
Barnes, Elizabeth Chappell -- (Poetry) (Reel 2, Frame 1035-1063), 1933 and n.d series 1box 5folder 11
Barnes, Elizabeth Chappell -- (Postcards from Djuna Barnes) (Reel 2, Frame 1064-1108), 1919, 1925, 1927, 1931, 1933 and undated series 1box 5folder 12
Barnes, Muriel (Reel 3, Frame 1-17), 1910, 1924-1925, 1969-1970 and undated series 1box 5folder 13
Barnes, Nicholas (Reel 3, Frame 18-25), 1959, 1970 and undated series 1box 5folder 14
Barnes, Peter (Reel 3, Frame 26-49), 1965-1975 and undated series 1box 5folder 15
Barnes, Reon (Reel 3, Frame 50-58), 1912 series 1box 5folder 16
Barnes, Saxon (Reel 3, Frame 59-158), 1924, 1927-1967 series 1box 5folder 17
Barnes, Saxon (Reel 3, Frame 159-236), 1968-1977 and undated series 1box 5folder 18
Barnes, Wald -- (Correspondence) (Reel 3, Frame 238-280), 1892, 1897, 1910-1912 series 1box 6folder 1
Barnes, Wald -- (Correspondence) (Reel 3, Frame 281-338), 1913-1924 and undated series 1box 6folder 2
Barnes, Wald -- (Marriage Certificate; Train Ticket; Divorce Papers; Poetry; Ticket Envelope) (Reel 3, Frame 339-354), 1889, 1892, 1908, 1912, 1916 and undated series 1box 6folder 3
Barnes, Zendon (Reel 3, Frame 355-419), 1924-1927, 1940-1965 series 1box 6folder 4
Barnes, Zendon (Reel 3, Frame 420-444), 1966-1976 series 1box 6folder 5
Barnes Family -- (Miscellaneous) (Reel 3, Frame 445-485), 1938, 1961 and undated series 1box 6folder 6
Budington, Henry A. (Reel 3, Frame 486-518), 1908, 1913 series 1box 6folder 7
Budington, Thurn -- (Correspondence) (Reel 3, Frame 519-553), 1895, 1909, 1924, 1940-1959 series 1box 6folder 8
Budington, Thurn -- (Correspondence) (Reel 3, Frame 554-604), 1960-1975 series 1box 6folder 9
Budington, Thurn -- (Exercise Books) (Reel 3, Frame 605-779), 1900-1901, undated series 1box 6folder 10
Budington, Thurn -- (Poetry) (Reel 3, Frame 780-833), 1940-1942, 1960-1976 and undated series 1box 6folder 11
Chappell, Andrew (Reel 3, Frame 834-843), 1966-1971 series 1box 6folder 12
Chappell, Ann -- (Poem, Hair) (Reel 3, Frame 844-847), undated series 1box 6folder 13
Chappell, Charles (Shangar Barnes) (Reel 3, Frame 848-872), 1925-1939 and undated series 1box 6folder 14
Chappell, Charles and Virginia (Reel 3, Frame 873-919), 1965-1972 and undated series 1box 6folder 15
Chappell, Daniel (Reel 3, Frame 920-931), 1886-1899 series 1box 6folder 16
Chappell, Susan (Reel 3, Frame 932-942), 1944 and undated series 1box 6folder 17
Day, Leigh (Barnes) (Reel 3, Frame 943-967), 1957-1971 series 1box 6folder 18
Faulkner, Frances (Reel 3, Frame 968-972), 1923 series 1box 6folder 19
Gustafson, Zadel -- (Correspondence) (Reel 3, Frame 973-1017), 1888, 1895, 1903-1907 series 1box 6folder 20
Gustafson, Zadel -- (Correspondence) (Reel 3, Frame 1018-1101), 1908-1909 series 1box 6folder 21
Gustafson, Zadel -- (Correspondence) (Reel 3, Frame 1102-1141), 1910-1912 series 1box 6folder 22
Gustafson, Zadel -- (Correspondence) (Reel 3, Frame 1142-1210), 1913-1917 and undated series 1box 6folder 23
Gustafson, Zadel -- (Miscellaneous) (Reel 3, Frame 1211-1226), 1887-1888, 1909 and undated series 1box 6folder 24

Series 2: Correspondence, 1911-1982 and undated (8 linear feet)

This series contains letters to and from Barnes, notes, postcards, poems, notebooks, royalty statements, and printed matter received with correspondence. Correspondence relating to Nightwood includes that of Emily Coleman, T. S. Eliot, Thelma Wood, and Daniel Mahoney. The Antiphon is the subject of correspondence with Dag Hammarskjöld, Ragnar Eknar, Karl Gierow, Nancy Mazzocco, and Edwin Muir. Among Barnes's most extensive personal correspondents are James Stern, Samuel Peter Hoare, Peggy Guggenheim, Thelma Wood ("Simon"), Ernst "Putzi" Hanfstaengel, and Silas Glossop.

This series is arranged alphabetically by correspondent.

DescriptionSeriesBox / ReelFolder / Frame
Ackroyd, Graham (Reel 4, Frame 1-3), 1953 series 2box 1folder 1
Adam International Review -- (Miron Grindea) (Reel 4, Frame 4-8), 1968 series 2box 1folder 2
Adelphi Edizioni -- (Luciano Foà) (Reel 4, Frame 9-45), 1970-1975 series 2box 1folder 3
Agencia Literaria Carmen Balcells -- (Carmen Balcells) (Reel 4, Frame 46-49), 1965 series 2box 1folder 4
Agenzia Letteraria Internazionale -- (Erich Linder; Luciano Foà) (Reel 4, Frame 50-81), 1947-1948 series 2box 1folder 5
Agenzia Letteraria Internazionale -- (Erich Linder) (Reel 4, Frame 82-112), 1949-1956 series 2box 1folder 6
Agenzia Letteraria Internazionale -- (Erich Linder) (Reel 4, Frame 113-130), 1957-1969 series 2box 1folder 7
Åhman, Sven (Reel 4, Frame 131-141), 1959 series 2box 1folder 8
Alessandri, Tom (Reel 4, Frame 142-145), 1974-1975 series 2box 1folder 9
Alexander, Aimee (Reel 4, Frame 146-150), 1971 series 2box 1folder 10
Alexander, Margie (Reel 4, Frame 151-158), 1974 series 2box 1folder 11
Alfred Imhof, Ltd. -- (Unclear signature) (Reel 4, Frame 159-164), 1937 and undated series 2box 1folder 12
Alicat Bookshop -- (Oscar Baron) (Reel 4, Frame 165-174), 1948 series 2box 1folder 13
Allen, Robert F., Jr. (Reel 4, Frame 175-180), 1972, 1974 series 2box 1folder 14
Almqvist & Wiksell/Gebers -- (Elisabeth Cassel [sec.]; Björn Ahlander; E. Backman; Robert M. MacGregor; Kerstin Akerhult; Disa Törngren; Carl Sundell; Ulla B. Johansson [sec.]; Ulf Hanno; P. Zemgals) (Reel 4, Frame 181-236), 1954-1965 and undated series 2box 1folder 15
Almqvist & Wiksell/Gebers -- (Royalty Statements) (Reel 4, Frame 237-252), 1957-1966 series 2box 1folder 16
Amrain, Susanne (Reel 4, Frame 253-255), 1977 series 2box 1folder 17
Anderson, Davy (Reel 4, Frame 256-258), 1973 series 2box 1folder 18
Anderson, Eleanor (Reel 4, Frame 259-261), 1963 series 2box 1folder 19
Anderson, Margaret (Reel 4, Frame 262-274), 1951-1964 series 2box 1folder 20
Anderson, Mary Brownlee (Reel 4, Frame 275-278), 1970 series 2box 1folder 21
Andreas, [Osborn] (Reel 4, Frame 279-280), 1959 series 2box 1folder 22
Andrews, Elizabeth (Reel 4, Frame 281-282), 1975 series 2box 1folder 23
Ansubel, Jesse (Reel 4, Frame 283-284), 1972 series 2box 1folder 24
Appel, Paul P. (Reel 4, Frame 285-290), 1971, 1975 series 2box 1folder 25
Appleton-Century-Crofts, Inc. -- (Anne [Ferguson) Cooper) (Reel 4, Frame 291-294), 1949-1951 series 2box 1folder 26
Arduini, Joann (Reel 4, Frame 295-296), 1975 series 2box 1folder 27
Arnoldo Mondadori Editore -- (Alberto Mondadori; Maria Di Sevo) (Reel 4, Frame 297-301), 1947, 1962 series 2box 1folder 28
Arts Club of Chicago -- (Rue W. Shaw) (Reel 4, Frame 302-306), 1970 series 2box 1folder 29
Asher, Linda (Reel 4, Frame 307-308), 1958 series 2box 1folder 30
Auden, W. H. (Reel 4, Frame 309-313), 1970 series 2box 1folder 31
Auerbach, Bart -- (John S. Van E. Kohn) (Reel 4, Frame 314-336), 1970-1972 series 2box 1folder 32
Authors Club (Carnegie Fund) -- (Norbert Lederer, unidentified) (Reel 4, Frame 337-341), 1940-1942 series 2box 1folder 33
Authors League of America, Inc. -- (Peter Heggie; Edith Mackin; David E. LeVine; Mills Ten Eyck, Jr.; Arline Bromley; Rex Stout; Elizabeth Janeway) (Reel 4, Frame 342-398), 1946, 1960-1965 series 2box 1folder 34
Authors League of America, Inc. -- (Mills Ten Eyck, Jr.) (Reel 4, Frame 399-531), 1966-1968 series 2box 1folder 35
Authors League of America, Inc. -- (Rex Stout; Mills Ten Eyck, Jr.; Peter Heggie; Herbert Mitgang; Robert J. Landry; Jerome Weidman; John Brooks; Roger Angell) (Reel 4, Frame 532-578), 1969-1978 series 2box 1folder 36
Avedon, Richard -- (Joanna Brown [sec.]) (Reel 4, Frame 579-582), 1958-1959 series 2box 1folder 37
Bachman, Peter (Reel 4, Frame 583-586), 1959 series 2box 1folder 38
Bailey, E. (Reel 4, Frame 587-599), 1948, 1961-1962, 1967-1968 and undated series 2box 1folder 39
Bair, Deirdre (Reel 4, Frame 600-604), 1975 series 2box 1folder 40
Baker, Bernard (Reel 4, Frame 605-607), 1962 series 2box 1folder 41
Baker, Jacob (Reel 4, Frame 608-609), 1940 series 2box 1folder 42
Bankhead, Tallulah (Reel 4, Frame 610-611), 1957 series 2box 1folder 43
Bar-Sadeh, Madeleine Kay (Reel 4, Frame 612-614), 1974 series 2box 1folder 44
Barney, Natalie Clifford -- (Berthe Cleyrergue) (Reel 4, Frame 615-677), 1938-1939, 1962-1966 series 2box 1folder 45
Barney, Natalie Clifford -- (Berthe Cleyrergue; Mme. Lahovary; Michel Patient) (Reel 4, Frame 678-731), 1967-1969 and undated series 2box 1folder 46
Barry, Walter (Reel 4, Frame 732-733), 1953 series 2box 1folder 47
Basic Books -- (Erwin A. Glikes; Paul Schwaber) (Reel 4, Frame 734-739), 1964 series 2box 1folder 48
Beam, Gary T. (Reel 4, Frame 740-741), 1973 series 2box 1folder 49
Beckett, Samuel -- (Henry W. Wenning) (Reel 4, Frame 742-757), 1970-1971 series 2box 1folder 50
Behrens, Margaret (Reel 4, Frame 758-778), 1970-1973 series 2box 1folder 51
Benedict, Fabienne (Reel 4, Frame 779-796), 1966-1976 and undated series 2box 1folder 52
Berger, Susanna W. (Reel 4, Frame 797-798), undated series 2box 1folder 53
Bergerat, P. (Reel 5, Frame 2-4), 1937 series 2box 2folder 1
Beskow, Bo (Reel 5, Frame 5-6), 1969 series 2box 2folder 2
Between Worlds -- (Gilbert Neiman) (Reel 5, Frame 7-11), 1960 series 2box 2folder 3
Bewley, Marius (Reel 5, Frame 12-51), 1949-1970 series 2box 2folder 4
Bird, William -- (Robert McAlmon) (Reel 5, Frame 52-57), 1937, 1949-1951 series 2box 2folder 5
Bixby, George (Reel 5, Frame 58-69), 1970-1971 series 2box 2folder 6
Blaustein, Jacob (Reel 5, Frame 70-71), 1964 series 2box 2folder 7
Blöcker, Katharine (Reel 5, Frame 72-74), 1963 series 2box 2folder 8
Bompiani, Valentino -- (Salvatore Rosati; Umberto Eco; Giuliana Broggi) (Reel 5, Frame 75-95), 1949-1951, 1961, 1968 series 2box 2folder 9
Boni & Liveright -- (Horace Liveright; Donald S. Friede; T. R. Smith; Luise Sillcox (Authors' League); Daniel R. Samilson; Arthur Pell) (Reel 5, Frame 96-115), 1923-1934, 1951-1952 series 2box 2folder 10
Bonnier -- (Lena Wickman; Åke Runnquist; Kurt Bernheim) (Reel 5, Frame 116-146), 1948-1962 series 2box 2folder 11
Bookman Literary Agency -- (Unclear signature) (Reel 5, Frame 147-151), 1947, 1951 series 2box 2folder 12
Boston University -- (Howard B. Gotlieb) (Reel 5, Frame 152-159), 1966 and undated series 2box 2folder 13
Bothmer, Bernard (Reel 5, Frame 160-164), 1948 series 2box 2folder 14
Bouché, Louis & Marian -- (Antionette M. Kraushaar) (Reel 5, Frame 165-272), 1938-1976 and undated series 2box 2folder 15
Bowering, E. (Reel 5, Frame 273-274), 1970 series 2box 2folder 16
Bowles, P. W. (Reel 5, Frame 275-277), 1953 series 2box 2folder 17
Boylan, Francis, J. P. Hacket, and William Hall -- (J. P. Hackett; William Hall) (Reel 5, Frame 278-280), 1969 series 2box 2folder 18
Boyle, Kay -- (Morrill Cody; James Mecnem) (Reel 5, Frame 281-299), 1958-1960, 1978 series 2box 2folder 19
Bradley, Mrs. William Aspenwall (Reel 5, Frame 300-301), 1946 series 2box 2folder 20
Brasil, Emanuel (Reel 5, Frame 302-303), 1974 series 2box 2folder 21
Braybrooke, Neville -- (Rev. J. H. Kenny, O.P.) (Reel 5, Frame 304-334), 1957-1962 series 2box 2folder 22
Brinnin, John Malcolm (Reel 5, Frame 335-341), 1949-1952 series 2box 2folder 23
Bristol, Marie (Reel 5, Frame 342-343), 1970 series 2box 2folder 24
Britton, Coburn (Coby) -- (Michael Perkins) (Reel 5, Frame 344-379), 1970-1972 series 2box 2folder 25
Brook, Peter -- (Mary G. Evans [sec.]) (Reel 5, Frame 380-384), 1967 series 2box 2folder 26
Brooks, Marshall (Reel 5, Frame 385-388), 1975 series 2box 2folder 27
Brossard, Nicole (Reel 5, Frame 389-391), 1981 series 2box 2folder 28
Broussine, Georges (Reel 5, Frame 392-404), 1947-1949 series 2box 2folder 29
Brown, Jr., Harry Joe -- (David S. Brown; Barbara Bosson [sec.]; Miss Munro-Kerr; Peter Heggie) (Reel 5, Frame 405-446), 1962-1968 and undated series 2box 2folder 30
Bryer, Jackson (Reel 5, Frame 447-449), 1964 series 2box 2folder 31
Brynes, Lois (Reel 5, Frame 450-451), 1976 series 2box 2folder 32
Bunche, Ralph (Reel 5, Frame 452-453), 1966 series 2box 2folder 33
Burke, Kenneth -- (Clarence D. Creasy; August Frugé) (Reel 5, Frame 454-466), 1966 series 2box 2folder 34
Burton, Harry (Reel 5, Frame 467-475), 1923, 1925, 1932, 1939 series 2box 2folder 35
Burton, W. (Reel 5, Frame 476-477), 1971 series 2box 2folder 36
Butter, Peter (Reel 5, Frame 478-489), 1962 series 2box 2folder 37
Byrne, Evelyn (Reel 5, Frame 490-492), 1969 series 2box 2folder 38
Byrne, John (Reel 5, Frame 493-494), 1974 series 2box 2folder 39
Caedmon Records -- (Barbara Zimmerman; Peter du Sautoy; Harriet Roxburgh, Paul Kresh; R. L. Kimball) (Reel 5, Frame 495-542), 1970-1976 series 2box 2folder 40
Caine, Lynn (Reel 5, Frame 543-544), 1962 series 2box 2folder 41
Cameron, Elaine Ives -- (Peter Cameron) (Reel 5, Frame 545-554), 1967 series 2box 2folder 42
Campo, Cristina -- (Christine Koschel; Inge von Weidenbaum; Elémire Zolla) (Reel 5, Frame 555-584), 1968-1972 series 2box 2folder 43
Carey, Peggy (Reel 5, Frame 585-587), 1978 series 2box 2folder 44
Carlsten, Rolf (Reel 5, Frame 588-590), 1960 series 2box 2folder 45
Carlyle, Sidney -- (Ernest V. La Lone?) (Reel 5, Frame 591-596), 1959-1962 series 2box 2folder 46
Carr, Virginia Spencer (Reel 5, Frame 597-601), 1973 series 2box 2folder 47
Casa Jacobo Peuser -- (Unclear signature) (Reel 5, Frame 602-604), 1960 series 2box 2folder 48
Chaikin, Joseph (Reel 5, Frame 605-607), 1962 series 2box 2folder 49
Chambers, Hansi (Reel 5, Frame 608-610), 1961 series 2box 2folder 50
Chapel Hill Weekly -- (William H. Scarborough) (Reel 5, Frame 611-615), 1962 series 2box 2folder 51
Chatterji, N. (Reel 5, Frame 616-621), 1958 series 2box 2folder 52
Chelsea Village Program -- (Barbara Ruther, Dr. Brickner, Sister Teresita, Miss Stahl, and Alex) (Reel 5, Frame 622-623), 1976 series 2box 2folder 53
Chester, Alfred (Reel 5, Frame 624-625), 1964 series 2box 2folder 54
Chicago Review -- (Arthur E. LeGacy) (Reel 5, Frame 626-628), 1957 series 2box 2folder 55
Chute, Marchette (Reel 5, Frame 629-631), 1962 series 2box 2folder 56
Clapp, Frederick Mortimer (Reel 5, Frame 632-640), 1960-1961 series 2box 2folder 57
Claybourne, Dorothy Hite (Reel 5, Frame 641-642), 1970 series 2box 2folder 58
Clemens, Cyril (Reel 5, Frame 643-644), 1971 series 2box 2folder 59
Clerico, Laura (Reel 5, Frame 645-648), 1975 series 2box 2folder 60
Cleyrergue, Berthe (Reel 5, Frame 649-673), 1969-1977 series 2box 2folder 61
Coates, Robert (Reel 5, Frame 674-678), 1960, 1969-1970 series 2box 2folder 62
Cobbaert, A. M. (Reel 5, Frame 680-682), 1957-1958 series 2box 3folder 1
Cocteau, Jean (Not on microfilm ), circa 1933? series 2box 3folder 2
Cody, Morrill (Reel 5, Frame 683-684), 1959 series 2box 3folder 3
Cohen, Irwin (Reel 5, Frame 685-687), 1975 series 2box 3folder 4
Cohn, Marguerite (Reel 5, Frame 688-690), 1959 series 2box 3folder 5
Cole, Ashley T. (Reel 5, Frame 691-692), 1962 series 2box 3folder 6
Coleman, Emily -- (Correspondence) (Reel 6, Frame 1-44), April 1934-August 1935 series 2box 3folder 7
Coleman, Emily -- (Correspondence) (Reel 6, Frame 45-114), October-December 1935 series 2box 3folder 8
Coleman, Emily -- (Correspondence) (Reel 6, Frame 115-160.1), January-March 1936 series 2box 3folder 9
Coleman, Emily -- (Correspondence) (Reel 6, Frame 161-208), July-December 1936 series 2box 3folder 10
Coleman, Emily -- (Correspondence) (Reel 6, Frame 209-270), 1937 series 2box 3folder 11
Coleman, Emily -- (Correspondence) (Reel 6, Frame 271-311), January-July 1938 series 2box 3folder 12
Coleman, Emily -- (Correspondence) (Reel 6, Frame 312-388), August-December 1938 series 2box 3folder 13
Coleman, Emily -- (Correspondence) (Reel 6, Frame 389-453), January-June 1939 series 2box 3folder 14
Coleman, Emily -- (Correspondence) (Reel 6, Frame 454-563), July-December 1939 series 2box 3folder 15
Coleman, Emily -- (Correspondence) (Reel 6, Frame 564-616), January-July 1940 series 2box 3folder 16
Coleman, Emily -- (Correspondence) (Reel 6, Frame 617-677), August-December 1940 series 2box 3folder 17
Coleman, Emily -- (Correspondence) (Reel 6, Frame 678-741), 1941 series 2box 3folder 18
Coleman, Emily -- (Correspondence) (Reel 6, Frame 742-805), 1942-1949 series 2box 3folder 19
Coleman, Emily -- (Correspondence) (Reel 6, Frame 806-877), 1950-1959 series 2box 3folder 20
Coleman, Emily -- (Correspondence) (Reel 6, Frame 878-966), 1960-1969 series 2box 3folder 21
Coleman, Emily -- (Correspondence) -- [Harry Egan] (Reel 6, Frame 967-998), 1970-1974 and undated series 2box 3folder 22
Coleman, Emily -- (Fragments) (Reel 6, Frame 999-1011), circa 1930s series 2box 3folder 23
Coleman, Emily -- (Nightwood essay, miscellaneous) (Reel 6, Frame 1012-1050), 1944 series 2box 3folder 24
Coleman, Emily -- (Poems) (Reel 6, Frame 1051-1069), undated series 2box 3folder 25
Coleman, John (Reel 6, Frame 1072-1077), 1974 series 2box 3folder 26
Coleman, Kathleen (Reel 7, Frame 2-6), 1973 series 2box 4folder 1
Condé Nast Publications -- (Paul H. Bonner, Jr.; Harold G. Lueyer; Marvin Magaliner) (Reel 7, Frame 7-19), 1960, 1969 series 2box 4folder 2
Conner, Angela (Reel 7, Frame 20-31), 1961-1964 series 2box 4folder 3
Cooke, Sharon (Reel 7, Frame 32-42), 1971-1973 series 2box 4folder 4
Cookson, William (Reel 7, Frame 43-44), 1959 series 2box 4folder 5
Cordier, Andrew (Reel 7, Frame 45-67), 1966-1967 series 2box 4folder 6
Cornay, David B. (Reel 7, Frame 68-71), 1965 series 2box 4folder 7
Cory, Donald W. (Reel 7, Frame 72-74), 1951 series 2box 4folder 8
Cottino, Marga (Reel 7, Frame 75-77), 1956 series 2box 4folder 9
Coudert Brothers -- (Walter R. Barry; Frank Battley Rankin) (Reel 7, Frame 78-84), 1953 and undated series 2box 4folder 10
Crane, Louise (Reel 7, Frame 85-98), 1970-1973 series 2box 4folder 11
Crawford, Kathleen (Reel 7, Frame 99-103), 1976 series 2box 4folder 12
Critchfield, Sue (Reel 7, Frame 104-107), 1967 series 2box 4folder 13
Cuffie, Lionel (Reel 7, Frame 108-110), 1973 series 2box 4folder 14
Cummings, E. E. & Marion (Reel 7, Frame 111-122), 1952, 1957-58, 1962, 1969, undated series 2box 4folder 15
Cunard, Victor (Reel 7, Frame 123-141), 1955-1958 and undated series 2box 4folder 16
Curry, Lynda (Reel 7, Frame 142-144), 1975 series 2box 4folder 17
Curtis Brown, Ltd. -- (Naomi Burton) (Reel 7, Frame 145-147), 1945 series 2box 4folder 18
Dahlberg, Edward (Reel 7, Frame 148-149), 1954 series 2box 4folder 19
Dahlberg, Mats (Reel 7, Frame 150-151), 1973 series 2box 4folder 20
Danna, Ellen (Reel 7, Frame 152-154), 1974 series 2box 4folder 21
Dant, J. W. (Reel 7, Frame 155-159), 1957 series 2box 4folder 22
Darien, J. (Reel 7, Frame 160-162), undated series 2box 4folder 23
Daves, Joan (Reel 7, Frame 163-164), 1967 series 2box 4folder 24
Davis, Mary (Reel 7, Frame 165-168), 1971 series 2box 4folder 25
Davis, Robert (Reel 7, Frame 169-170), 1911 series 2box 4folder 26
Dean, Nedra (Reel 7, Frame 171-178), 1974 series 2box 4folder 27
Delbridge, Melissa (Reel 7, Frame 179-182), 1975 series 2box 4folder 28
Derm, Emil (Reel 7, Frame 183-184), 1962 series 2box 4folder 29
Dial Press -- (Ivan Beede) (Reel 7, Frame 185-186), 1925 series 2box 4folder 30
Dienst, Gunter (Reel 7, Frame 187-190), 1975 series 2box 4folder 31
Dilia -- (Dr. Z. Pechold; Gustav Bernau) (Reel 7, Frame 191-204), 1963-1968 series 2box 4folder 32
Dimoff, John -- (Dr. Robert L. Beare) (Reel 7, Frame 205-210), 1972-1975 series 2box 4folder 33
Dimt, M. B. (Reel 7, Frame 211-216), 1948 series 2box 4folder 34
Dingman, Larry (Reel 7, Frame 217-220), 1971 series 2box 4folder 35
Dlugoszewski, Lucia (Reel 7, Frame 221-222), undated series 2box 4folder 36
Dobson, Silvia (Reel 7, Frame 223-224), 1969 series 2box 4folder 37
Doone, Rupert (Reel 7, Frame 225-255), 1950-1958, 1960 series 2box 4folder 38
Dorazio, Virginia Dortch (Reel 7, Frame 256-259), 1971 series 2box 4folder 39
Dorsey, Sheila (Reel 7, Frame 260-261), undated series 2box 4folder 40
Doubleday (Reel 7, Frame 262-263), 1974 series 2box 4folder 41
Dougerty, Audrey (Reel 7, Frame 264-265), 1973 series 2box 4folder 42
Douglas, Laura (Reel 7, Frame 266-268), 1973 series 2box 4folder 43
Dowd, Frances (Reel 7, Frame 269-275), 1956, 1960, 1964 series 2box 4folder 44
Dowling, Rita (Reel 7, Frame 276-279), 1977 series 2box 4folder 45
Duchamp, Marcel (Reel 7, Frame 280-286), 1959-1963 series 2box 4folder 46
Duell, Sloan & Pearce, Inc. -- (Samuel Sloan; Charles A. Pearce) (Reel 7, Frame 287-290), 1940, 1945 series 2box 4folder 47
Duval, Elga (Reel 7, Frame 291-293), 1971 series 2box 4folder 48
Dyer, Anne W. (Reel 7, Frame 294-296), 1958 series 2box 4folder 49
Dyerson, D. S. (Reel 7, Frame 297-298), 1966 series 2box 4folder 50
Dyke, Barbara Hart (Reel 7, Frame 299-303), 1977 series 2box 4folder 51
Eckert, William (Reel 7, Frame 304-306), 1966 series 2box 4folder 52
Edelstein, Robert (Reel 7, Frame 307-308), 1963 series 2box 4folder 53
Éditions Bernard Grasset -- (Maurice Chapelan) (Reel 7, Frame 309-313), 1956 series 2box 4folder 54
Éditions du Seuil -- (Paul Flamand; Peter F. du Sautoy) (Reel 7, Frame 314-324), 1951-1956, 1964 series 2box 4folder 55
Edmiston, Susan (Reel 7, Frame 325-326), 1971 series 2box 4folder 56
Edwards, Bentley (Reel 7, Frame 327-329), undated series 2box 4folder 57
Ekner, Reidar -- (E. Backman; J. Hellman) (Reel 7, Frame 330-382), 1953-1961, 1970 and undated series 2box 4folder 58
Eliot, Sam (Reel 7, Frame 383-385), 1926 series 2box 4folder 59
Eliot, T. S. -- (Correspondence) -- [Brigid O'Donovan (sec.), Andre Gidé] (Reel 7, Frame 386-412), 1935-1938 series 2box 4folder 60
Eliot, T. S. -- (Correspondence) -- [Rita Cuddihy (sec.?)] (Reel 7, Frame 413-481), 1940-1949 series 2box 4folder 61
Eliot, T. S. -- (Correspondence) (Reel 7, Frame 482-533), 1950-1954 series 2box 4folder 62
Eliot, T. S. -- (Correspondence) -- [Edwin Muir; John Hayward; Ann Maefadyer? (sec.)] (Reel 7, Frame 534-609), 1955-1959 series 2box 4folder 63
Eliot, T. S. -- (Correspondence) -- [Jane Morley? (sec.)] (Reel 7, Frame 611-637), 1960-1964 series 2box 5folder 1
Eliot, T. S. -- (Holiday Cards) (Reel 7, Frame 638-662), circa 1946-1960 series 2box 5folder 2
Eliot, Valerie Fletcher -- (Correspondence) -- [Margaret I. Drage (sec.)] (Reel 7, Frame 663-716), 1950-1975 series 2box 5folder 3
Eliot, Valerie Fletcher -- (Holiday Cards) (Reel 7, Frame 717-756), circa 1965-1981 series 2box 5folder 4
Ellert, JoAnn (Reel 7, Frame 757-768), 1974-1975 series 2box 5folder 5
Ellmann, Richard (Reel 7, Frame 769-772), 1955 series 2box 5folder 6
Elovich, Richard (Reel 7, Frame 773-775), 1973 series 2box 5folder 7
Emecé Editores -- (Carlos V. Frias) (Reel 7, Frame 776-777), 1954 series 2box 5folder 8
Ernst, Cane, Berner & Gitlin -- (Melville Cane) (Reel 7, Frame 778-786), 1962-1963 series 2box 5folder 9
Esmenard, R. (Reel 7, Frame 787-788), 1946 series 2box 5folder 10
Esterberg, Joy (Reel 7, Frame 789-790), 1972 series 2box 5folder 11
Eulau, Harriet (Reel 7, Frame 791-793), 1971 series 2box 5folder 12
Europa Konyvkiado (Reel 7, Frame 794-795), 1967 series 2box 5folder 13
Evans Brothers Ltd. -- (Juliet Crombie) (Reel 7, Frame 796-799), 1968 series 2box 5folder 14
Faber & Faber -- (Agreements) -- [Robert Giroux] (Reel 7, Frame 800-833), 1936, 1957-1970 series 2box 5folder 15
Faber & Faber -- (Correspondence) -- [C. W. Stewart; F. V. Morley; C. A. P.; Susan Allaway (sec.); L. R. Simmons (sec.); Graham Ackroyd; Audrey Mayall (sec.); Patricia Hill] (Reel 7, Frame 834-882), 1936-1956 series 2box 5folder 16
Faber & Faber -- (Correspondence) -- [Peter du Sautoy; L. R. Simmons (sec.); Shirley Cokayne-Frith; Anne Walmsley (sec.); Susan Mahon; E. M. Hatt; Ann Faber] (Reel 7, Frame 883-937), 1957 series 2box 5folder 17
Faber & Faber -- (Correspondence) -- [Peter du Sautoy; L. R. Simmons (sec.); Susan L. MacEwen (sec.); Mary Gienside? (sec.); Ruth M. Glover; Edwin Muir] (Reel 7, Frame 938-1002), 1958 series 2box 5folder 18
Faber & Faber -- (Correspondence) -- [Peter du Sautoy; L. R. Simmons (sec.)] (Reel 7, Frame 1003-1036), 1959 series 2box 5folder 19
Faber & Faber -- (Correspondence) -- [Peter du Sautoy; L. R. Simmons (sec.); Anne Deane (sec.); Elisabeth Marton; Stefani Hunzinger; Belinda Gilbert? (sec.)] (Reel 7, Frame 1037-1125), 1960 series 2box 5folder 20
Faber & Faber -- (Correspondence) -- [Peter du Sautoy; L. R. Simmons (sec.); Ann Tomkinson (sec.); P. Davies (sec.)] (Reel 7, Frame 1126-1205), 1961 series 2box 5folder 21
Faber & Faber -- (Correspondence) -- [Peter du Sautoy; L. R. Simmons (sec.); Eileen Brooksbank; Mollie du Sautoy; Erich Linder] (Reel 7, Frame 1206-1272), 1962 series 2box 5folder 22
Faber & Faber -- (Correspondence) -- [Peter du Sautoy; L. R. Simmons (sec.)] (Reel 7, Frame 1273-1318), 1963 series 2box 5folder 23
Faber & Faber -- (Correspondence) -- [L. R. Simmons (sec.); Peter F. du Sautoy; Mary-Kay Wilmers; H. Utermöhlen; R. Corney; Eric W. White] (Reel 8, Frame 2-66), 1964-1965 series 2box 6folder 1
Faber & Faber -- (Correspondence) -- [L. R. Simmons (sec.); Peter F. du Sautoy; Mavis E. Pindard (sec.)] (Reel 8, Frame 67-120), 1966-1967 series 2box 6folder 2
Faber & Faber -- (Correspondence) -- [L. R. Simmons (sec.); Peter F. du Sautoy; Carol Gower; Matthew Evans; Mary Mapes; Anne Sullivan] (Reel 8, Frame 121-165), 1968 series 2box 6folder 3
Faber & Faber -- (Correspondence) -- [L. R. Simmons (sec.); Peter F. du Sautoy; Arnold Wesker; Mavis E. Pindard (sec.)] (Reel 8, Frame 166-222), 1969 series 2box 6folder 4
Faber & Faber -- (Correspondence) -- [Peter F. du Sautoy; Mavis E. Pindard (sec.); Michael Fior; Donald Mitchell] (Reel 8, Frame 223-286), 1970 series 2box 6folder 5
Faber & Faber -- (Correspondence) -- [Peter F. du Sautoy; Mavis E. Pindard (sec.); J. C. Josiffe] (Reel 8, Frame 287-330), 1971 series 2box 6folder 6
Faber & Faber -- (Correspondence) -- [Peter F. du Sautoy; Mavis E. Pindard (sec.)] (Reel 8, Frame 331-360), 1972-1973 series 2box 6folder 7
Faber & Faber -- (Correspondence) -- [Peter F. du Sautoy; John Oppé; Charles Monteith; Rosemary Goad] (Reel 8, Frame 361-384), 1974-1978 and undated series 2box 6folder 8
Faber & Faber -- (Royalty Statements) (Reel 8, Frame 385-467), 1936-1959 series 2box 6folder 9
Faber & Faber -- (Royalty Statements) (Reel 8, Frame 468-530), 1960-1965 series 2box 6folder 10
Faber & Faber -- (Royalty Statements) (Reel 8, Frame 531-639), 1966-1975 series 2box 6folder 11
Fadiman, Clifton (Reel 8, Frame 640-643), 1935 series 2box 6folder 12
Fahey, Ellen (Reel 8, Frame 644-645), 1970 series 2box 6folder 13
Farnham, Emily (Reel 8, Frame 646-647), 1956 series 2box 6folder 14
Farrar, Strauss and Cudahy (later Giroux) -- (Correspondence) -- [Stanley Young; Robert Giroux; Lynn Caine; Ruth M. Glover; June Bové; Mrs. M. T. McGuire; Marlene Breitbart; Anne Brooks Murray; Hanna-Kirsti Koch; Paula Diamond] (Reel 8, Frame 648-675), 1950, 1957-1960 series 2box 6folder 15
Farrar, Strauss and Cudahy (later Giroux) -- (Correspondence) -- [Robert Giroux; Lynn Caine; Paula Diamond; E. Kendall Gillett, Jr.; Hal Vursell; M. Lee; Robert M. MacGregor; J. Laughlin; Roger W. Straus, Jr.; Judith Marshall; Arthur Pell] (Reel 8, Frame 676-730), 1961-1962 series 2box 6folder 16
Farrar, Strauss and Cudahy (later Giroux) -- (Correspondence) -- [Robert Giroux; Roger W. Straus, Jr.; Margaret Nicholson; Marge K. Sundgaard; John Farrar; Laura Lepetit; Linda Birnbaum] (Reel 8, Frame 731-754), 1964-1971, 1978 and undated series 2box 6folder 17
Farrar, Strauss and Cudahy (later Giroux) -- (Printed Matter, Publicity, Miscellaneous) (Reel 8, Frame 755-775), circa 1958-1975 series 2box 6folder 18
Farrar, Strauss and Cudahy (later Giroux) -- (Royalty Statements) (Reel 8, Frame 776-815), 1962-1976 series 2box 6folder 19
Feldman, Harry (Reel 8, Frame 816-824), 1971 series 2box 6folder 20
Ferlinghetti, Lawrence (Reel 8, Frame 826-878), 1958-1961, 1970 and undated series 2box 7folder 1
Fern, Dale Edward (Reel 8, Frame 879-899), 1950, 1970-1972, 1982 series 2box 7folder 2
Ferro, Fernando de Castro (Reel 8, Frame 900-902), 1966 series 2box 7folder 3
Field, Andrew -- (Else Albrecht-Carrié) (Reel 8, Frame 903-919), 1977-1979 series 2box 7folder 4
Fine, Albert M. (Reel 8, Frame 920-925), 1962, 1970 series 2box 7folder 5
Finley, Gordon (Reel 8, Frame 926-927), 1954 series 2box 7folder 6
S. Fischer Verlag -- (Ruth Marton) (Reel 8, Frame 928-932), 1956 series 2box 7folder 7
Fitzgerald, M. Eleanor -- (H. B. Anderson) (Reel 8, Frame 933-950), 1926, 1947-1955 and undated series 2box 7folder 8
Flanner, Janet (Reel 8, Frame 951-968), 1958-1969 and undated series 2box 7folder 9
Fleming, Martha (Reel 8, Frame 969-972), 1976 series 2box 7folder 10
Flint, Robert (Reel 8, Frame 973-981), 1947-1948 series 2box 7folder 11
Flory, Sheldon (Reel 8, Frame 982-985), 1952 series 2box 7folder 12
Flowerpot, Mary (Reel 8, Frame 986-990), 1973 series 2box 7folder 13
Ford, Charles Henri (Reel 8, Frame 991-1026), 1933-1971 series 2box 7folder 14
Ford, Ford Madox (Reel 8, Frame 1027-1028), circa 1920s series 2box 7folder 15
Ford, Hugh -- (Frances McCullough) (Reel 8, Frame 1029-1036), 1973-1974 series 2box 7folder 16
Forsberg, Tony (Reel 8, Frame 1037-1042), 1963 series 2box 7folder 17
Fountain, Gerard (Reel 8, Frame 1043-1046), 1962 and undated series 2box 7folder 18
Fradkin, Elvira K. (Reel 8, Frame 1047-1048), 1962 series 2box 7folder 19
Fraenkel, Osmond -- (Donald Mitchell) (Reel 9, Frame 1-42), 1957, 1963-1964, 1970-1971 series 2box 7folder 20
Fraenkel, Osmond (Reel 9, Frame 43-86), 1972-1976 series 2box 7folder 21
Frank, Joseph (Reel 9, Frame 87-90), 1972 series 2box 7folder 22
Franklin, Danny (Reel 9, Frame 91-92), 1975 series 2box 7folder 23
Franz J. Horch Associates -- (Roslyn Siegel) (Reel 9, Frame 93-96), 1949, 1961 series 2box 7folder 24
Frechtman, Bernard (Reel 9, Frame 97-117), 1949-1951 series 2box 7folder 25
Free Library of Philadelphia -- (Agnes C. Ringer) (Reel 9, Frame 118-123), 1968 series 2box 7folder 26
Freedman, W. R. (Reel 9, Frame 124-125), 1962 series 2box 7folder 27
Fremantle, Anne (Reel 9, Frame 126-128), 1962 series 2box 7folder 28
Freytag-Loringhoven, Baroness Elsa von (Reel 9, Frame 129-132), 1923-1924 series 2box 7folder 29
Friar, Kimon (Reel 9, Frame 133-138), 1945-1948 and undated series 2box 7folder 30
Friebely, Joan (Reel 9, Frame 139-142), 1970 series 2box 7folder 31
Friedman, John (Reel 9, Frame 143-144), 1975 series 2box 7folder 32
Fruchter, Henry (Reel 9, Frame 145-146), 1963 series 2box 7folder 33
Fry, Patsy S. (Reel 9, Frame 147-149), 1966 series 2box 7folder 34
Frye, Burton (Reel 9, Frame 150-151), 1961 series 2box 7folder 35
Gale Research Co. (Reel 9, Frame 152-155), 1964 series 2box 7folder 36
Gallantiére, Lewis (Reel 9, Frame 156-173), 1947-1958 series 2box 7folder 37
Garber, Marjorie -- (Rhoda Rissin) (Reel 9, Frame 174-179), 1963 series 2box 7folder 38
Gardner, Virginia (Reel 9, Frame 180-182), 1971 series 2box 7folder 39
Gascoyne, David (Reel 9, Frame 183-187), 1951 series 2box 7folder 40
Gassmann, John (Reel 9, Frame 188-189), undated series 2box 7folder 41
Geraci, Joseph (Reel 9, Frame 190-202), 1974 series 2box 7folder 42
Germain, Edward B. (Reel 9, Frame 203-211), 1973-1974 series 2box 7folder 43
Gibbs, Joan (Reel 9, Frame 212-213), 1975 series 2box 7folder 44
Gide, André (Reel 9, Frame 214-218), 1937 series 2box 7folder 45
Gierow, Karl -- (Anne Munro-Kerr) (Reel 9, Frame 219-255), 1958-1962 series 2box 7folder 46
Gildzen, Alex (Reel 9, Frame 256-293), 1969-1972 series 2box 7folder 47
Gilmer, Walker (Reel 9, Frame 294-295), 1969 series 2box 7folder 48
Gilmore, Louis (Reel 9, Frame 296-301.3), 1922 series 2box 7folder 49
Ginsberg, Mimi A. (Reel 9, Frame 302-305), 1960 series 2box 7folder 50
Giuranna, Paolo (Reel 9, Frame 306-308), 1968 series 2box 7folder 51
Glass, Lawrence (Reel 9, Frame 309-323), 1972-1973 series 2box 7folder 52
Glassey, Almeda (Reel 9, Frame 324-325), 1957 series 2box 7folder 53
Glazer, Tom (Reel 9, Frame 326-327), 1946 series 2box 7folder 54
Glossop, Silas (Reel 9, Frame 328-421), 1937-1944 series 2box 7folder 55
Glossop, Silas -- (Joseph May; Sheila Glossop) (Reel 9, Frame 422-499), 1945-1961 series 2box 7folder 56
Glossop, Silas -- (Sheila Glossop) (Reel 9, Frame 501-556), 1962-1965 series 2box 8folder 1
Glossop, Silas -- (Sheila Glossop) (Reel 9, Frame 557-614), 1966-1970 series 2box 8folder 2
Glossop, Silas -- (Sheila Glossop) (Reel 9, Frame 615-669), 1971-1978 series 2box 8folder 3
Glossop, Silas -- (Sheila Glossop) (Reel 9, Frame 670-705), undated series 2box 8folder 4
Glover, Albert S. (Reel 9, Frame 706-708), 1973 series 2box 8folder 5
Goldfarb, Robert (Reel 9, Frame 709-713), 1970 series 2box 8folder 6
Goode, Stephen (Reel 9, Frame 714-717), 1968 series 2box 8folder 7
Gordon, Betty (Reel 9, Frame 718-722), undated series 2box 8folder 8
Gorman, Virginia J. (Reel 9, Frame 723-725), 1972 series 2box 8folder 9
Gotham Book Mart -- (Frances Steloff; Andreas Brown) (Reel 9, Frame 726-759), 1965-1974 series 2box 8folder 10
Gough-Cooper, Jennifer (Reel 9, Frame 760-761), 1976 series 2box 8folder 11
Gray, William Shelton (Reel 9, Frame 762-763), 1958 series 2box 8folder 12
Green, A. Y. (Reel 9, Frame 764-766), 1970 series 2box 8folder 13
Green, Geoffrey F. (Reel 9, Frame 767-768), 1974 series 2box 8folder 14
Greenstein, Carolyn (Reel 9, Frame 769-771), 1977 series 2box 8folder 15
Greenwich House, -- (Susan Axelrod) (Reel 9, Frame 772-774), 1974 series 2box 8folder 16
Greenwich Village Historic District Council -- (Ruth E. Wittenberg) (Reel 9, Frame 775-776), circa 1967 series 2box 8folder 17
Grega, Carolyn Ann (Reel 9, Frame 777-779), 1973 series 2box 8folder 18
Greydanus, Alida -- (Ellen S. Dunlap) (Reel 9, Frame 780-796), 1975-1977 series 2box 8folder 19
Grillo, Alfred (Reel 9, Frame 797-803), 1972 series 2box 8folder 20
Grindea, Miron (Reel 9, Frame 804-807), 1961 series 2box 8folder 21
Grossman, Manuel L. (Reel 9, Frame 808-810), 1975 series 2box 8folder 22
Grove Press -- (Richard Huett) (Reel 9, Frame 811-814), 1959-1960 series 2box 8folder 23
Gruen, John (Reel 9, Frame 815-823), 1968-1969 series 2box 8folder 24
Guaranty Trust Company of New York -- (W. J. Holmes) (Reel 9, Frame 824-826), 1950 series 2box 8folder 25
John Simon Guggenheim Memorial Foundation -- (Henry Allen Moe) (Reel 9, Frame 827-838), 1930, 1948-1949 series 2box 8folder 26
Guggenheim, Pegeen (Reel 9, Frame 839-845), 1964 and undated series 2box 8folder 27
Guggenheim, Peggy -- (Correspondence) (Reel 9, Frame 846-903), 1937-1959 series 2box 8folder 28
Guggenheim, Peggy -- (Correspondence) -- [James Johnson Sweeney; Sylvia Wilson] (Reel 9, Frame 904-942), 1960-1965 series 2box 8folder 29
Guggenheim, Peggy -- (Correspondence) -- [Alexander Theroux; Anna Sandberg] (Reel 9, Frame 943-988), 1966-1970 series 2box 8folder 30
Guggenheim, Peggy -- (Correspondence) -- [Bernard Reis] (Reel 9, Frame 989-1016), 1971-1979 series 2box 8folder 31
Guggenheim, Peggy -- (Correspondence) -- [Pearse Hutchinson] (Reel 9, Frame 1017-1056), undated series 2box 8folder 32
Guggenheim, Peggy -- (Holiday Cards) (Reel 9, Frame 1057-1079), undated series 2box 8folder 33
Guilday, Kathleen (Reel 9, Frame 1080-1082), 1976 series 2box 8folder 34
Gundy, Evelyn B. (Reel 9, Frame 1083-1085), 1974 series 2box 8folder 35
Gurko, Miriam (Reel 9, Frame 1086-1087), 1960 series 2box 8folder 36
Haimson, Maud (Reel 9, Frame 1088-1089), 1971 series 2box 8folder 37
Hällen, Sverker -- (Grigori Kozintsev) (Reel 9, Frame 1090-1102), 1964, 1971 series 2box 8folder 38
Hallman, Frank (Reel 9, Frame 1103-1018), 1971-1974 series 2box 8folder 39
Halpern, Daniel (Reel 9, Frame 1119-1138), 1970-1974 series 2box 8folder 40
Hammarskjöld, Dag -- (Arlene Rhodes; Bo Hammarskjöld; Secretary General U Thant) (Reel 10, Frame 1-49), 1958-1965 series 2box 8folder 41
Hammarskjöld Foundation, Dag -- (George Ivan Smith; Andrew W. Cordier; Henry Seideman; Perry Laukhuff; David L. Davies) (Reel 10, Frame 51-103), 1961-1964 series 2box 9folder 1
Hammarskjöld Foundation, Dag -- (Andrew W. Cordier; Ralph J. Bunche; R. Taylor Hoskins, Jr.; V. J. Tardino) (Reel 10, Frame 104-126), 1965-1973 series 2box 9folder 2
Hanfstaengl, Ernst -- (Manufacturers Hanover Trust Company) (Reel 10, Frame 127-154), 1934, 1939, 1952, 1961-1976 and undated series 2box 9folder 3
Hanlin, Frances (Reel 10, Frame 155-168), 1964-1966 series 2box 9folder 4
Harcourt, Brace and Company -- (F. V. Morley; Donald Brace; Catherine McCarthy; John D. Newsom; Robert Giroux; Eugene Reynal) (Reel 10, Frame 169-183), 1937-1950 series 2box 9folder 5
Hardman, Ric (Reel 10, Frame 184-186), 1971 series 2box 9folder 6
Harnden, Ruth Peabody (Reel 10, Frame 187-188), undated series 2box 9folder 7
Harper & Row -- (Frances McCullough; Winthrop Knowlton; Louis F. Kannenstine; Sharon Cooke; John Kohn; Phoebe Larmore; Peter Kurz; Joyce Margulies; Aldo Rostagno; Susan Miller; Marina Finn [sec.]; Alice Rosengard; Luciano Foà; Linda R. Gemmell; Susan Sueyres [sec.]; Andrew Field) (Reel 10, Frame 189-269), 1971-1978 series 2box 9folder 8
Harper & Row -- (Royalty Statements) -- [Stephen J. De Vito; Robert Hughes] (Reel 10, Frame 270-283), 1975-1976 series 2box 9folder 9
Harper's Bazaar -- (Pearl Kazin) (Reel 10, Frame 284-285), 1949 series 2box 9folder 10
Harris, Roger (Reel 10, Frame 286-287), 1961 series 2box 9folder 11
Hartman, Catherine (Reel 10, Frame 288-289), 1971 series 2box 9folder 12
Harvard Advocate -- (Stephen M. Goodwin; Jonathan D. Culler; Stuart Davis; Greg Moore) (Reel 10, Frame 290-316), 1964-1966, 1972 series 2box 9folder 13
Harvard University (Houghton Library) -- (W. A. Jackson; Miriam Erickson [sec.]; Roger E. Stoddard) (Reel 10, Frame 317-328), 1952, 1972-1975 series 2box 9folder 14
Hayward, John (Reel 10, Frame 329-337), 1947-1950 series 2box 9folder 15
HB Playwrights Foundation, Inc. -- (Marlene Mancini [on behalf of Herbert Berghof]) (Reel 10, Frame 338-357), 1970 series 2box 9folder 16
Heap, Jane (Reel 10, Frame 358-360), undated series 2box 9folder 17
Heiderhoff, Horst (Reel 10, Frame 361-365), 1963-1964 series 2box 9folder 18
Heil, Diane Ivone (Reel 10, Frame 366-367), 1969 series 2box 9folder 19
Hellman, Lillian (Reel 10, Frame 368-373), 1948, 1971 series 2box 9folder 20
Hendriks, Yolanda (Reel 10, Frame 374-381), 1967 series 2box 9folder 21
Herman, Peter F. (Reel 10, Frame 382-383), 1972 series 2box 9folder 22
Hermann Luchterhand Verlag -- (Peter Frank) (Reel 10, Frame 384-385), 1954 series 2box 9folder 23
Hermes -- (David Braybrooke) (Reel 10, Frame 386-394), 1946 series 2box 9folder 24
Hermitage House -- (Gorham Munson; Arthur Pell) (Reel 10, Frame 395-397), 1953 series 2box 9folder 25
Highsmith, Patricia (Reel 10, Frame 398-400), 1959 series 2box 9folder 26
Hildesheimer, Wolfgang -- (Peter du Sautoy) (Reel 10, Frame 401-456), 1959-1963 series 2box 9folder 27
Hildesheimer, Wolfgang (Reel 10, Frame 457-534), 1965-1972 and undated series 2box 9folder 28
Hills, Rust (Reel 10, Frame 535-537), 1963 series 2box 9folder 29
Hirschman, Jack (Reel 10, Frame 538-561), 1957-1961, 1968, 1975 series 2box 9folder 30
Hoare, Samuel Peter (Reel 10, Frame 562-622), 1939-1954 series 2box 9folder 31
Hoare, Samuel Peter (Reel 10, Frame 623-664), 1955-1956 series 2box 9folder 32
Hoare, Samuel Peter (Reel 10, Frame 665-743), 1957-1964 series 2box 9folder 33
Hoare, Samuel Peter -- (Alexander Louis Theroux; W. B. Taggart) (Reel 10, Frame 744-816), 1965-1970 series 2box 9folder 34
Hoare, Samuel Peter (Reel 10, Frame 817-874), 1971-1975 series 2box 9folder 35
Hoare, Samuel Peter (Reel 10, Frame 875-887), undated series 2box 9folder 36
Hodges, Harriet (Reel 10, Frame 888-889), 1963 series 2box 9folder 37
Hoffman, Judith A. (Reel 10, Frame 890-891), 1975 series 2box 9folder 38
Holden, Mary (Reel 10, Frame 892-893), 1974 series 2box 9folder 39
Hollander, Helene (Reel 10, Frame 895-932), 1967-1971 series 2box 10folder 1
Hollis, Edna (Reel 10, Frame 933-934), 1966 series 2box 10folder 2
Henry Holt & Co. -- (Helen K. Taylor; Hugh Garvey; Mary Willman; Penelope Parke) (Reel 10, Frame 935-946.1), 1945-1947 series 2box 10folder 3
Hoopes, William (Reel 10, Frame 947-950), 1962 series 2box 10folder 4
Horizon Press -- (Ben Raeburn) (Reel 10, Frame 951-955), 1970 series 2box 10folder 5
Hoving, Greta (Reel 10, Frame 956-958), 1961 series 2box 10folder 6
Howes, Barbara (Reel 10, Frame 959-960), 1944 series 2box 10folder 7
Hubachek, Frank Brookes (Reel 10, Frame 961-972), 1951, 1957-1958, 1965 series 2box 10folder 8
Huber, Dwight W. (Reel 10, Frame 973-974), 1974 series 2box 10folder 9
Hudson Review -- (Frederick Morgan; Irene Skolnick) (Reel 10, Frame 975-980), 1947, 1969 series 2box 10folder 10
Huggett, Colin (Reel 10, Frame 981-982), 1974 series 2box 10folder 11
Hulme, Kathryn (Reel 10, Frame 983-987), 1959-1962 series 2box 10folder 12
Humanitas Press -- (Larry McGinty) (Reel 10, Frame 988-989), 1976 series 2box 10folder 13
Humes, Elizabeth (Reel 10, Frame 990-992), 1950 series 2box 10folder 14
Humphrey, Bob (Reel 10, Frame 993-994), 1972 series 2box 10folder 15
Hunter, Tim (Reel 10, Frame 995-996), 1969 series 2box 10folder 16
Hutchins, Patricia (Reel 10, Frame 997-999), 1971 series 2box 10folder 17
Ingram Merrill Foundation -- (John Myers; James Merrill; Benjamin Postow) (Reel 10, Frame 1000-1014), 1959-1964 series 2box 10folder 18
International Platform Association -- (Dann Taylor Moore) (Reel 10, Frame 1015-1017), 1964 series 2box 10folder 19
International Portrait Gallery -- (Roy Hubbard) (Reel 10, Frame 1018-1019), 1973 series 2box 10folder 20
Jacker, Corrine (Reel 10, Frame 1020-1028), 1957, 1972 series 2box 10folder 21
Jamison, Esther (Reel 10, Frame 1029-1032), 1973 series 2box 10folder 22
Jefferson, Margo, and Hallie Cohen (Reel 10, Frame 1033-1035), 1972 series 2box 10folder 23
Johansson, Majken (Reel 10, Frame 1036-1037), 1959 series 2box 10folder 24
Jones, Phyllis (Reel 11, Frame 1-50), 1945, 1956, 1961, 1964-1965, 1970-1971 series 2box 10folder 25
Jones, Phyllis (Reel 11, Frame 51-90), 1972-1981 series 2box 10folder 26
Jossua, Marcelle (Reel 11, Frame 91-93), 1951 series 2box 10folder 27
Joyce, Helen (Reel 11, Frame 94-96), 1952, 1961 series 2box 10folder 28
Joyce, James (Reel 11, Frame 97-105), 1928 series 2box 10folder 29
Jullian, Phillip (Reel 11, Frame 106-108), undated series 2box 10folder 30
Kannenstine, Louis (Reel 11, Frame 109-140), 1971-1977 series 2box 10folder 31
Kaplan, Peter (Reel 11, Frame 141-146), 1973 series 2box 10folder 32
Karp, Irwin (Reel 11, Frame 147-149), 1971 series 2box 10folder 33
Kellner, Bruce (Reel 11, Frame 150-151), 1963 series 2box 10folder 34
Kennedy, Adrienne (Reel 11, Frame 152-156), 1971 series 2box 10folder 35
Kessler, Chester (Reel 11, Frame 157-159), 1946 series 2box 10folder 36
Ketcham, Diana (Reel 11, Frame 160-162), 1975 series 2box 10folder 37
King, Bill (Reel 11, Frame 163-164), 1975 series 2box 10folder 38
Kingsmill, Hugh (Reel 11, Frame 165-166), 1938 series 2box 10folder 39
Knight, June (Reel 11, Frame 167-168), 1971 series 2box 10folder 40
Knopf, Alfred A. -- (Jeanne Scheidt) (Reel 11, Frame 169-174), 1945, 1971 series 2box 10folder 41
Knox, George -- (Harry Lawton) (Reel 11, Frame 175-200), 1970-1971 series 2box 10folder 42
Koch, Edward I. (Reel 11, Frame 201-202), 1980 series 2box 10folder 43
Koch, Vivienne (Reel 11, Frame 203-207), 1946, undated series 2box 10folder 44
Korzeniowski, Jussi -- (Mrs. Korzeniowski; David Lemmon) (Additional items not on microfilm) (Reel 11, Frame 207-215), 1971, 1973, 1977-1980, and undated series 2box 10folder 45
Kortmann, Udo (Reel 11, Frame 216-218), 1962 series 2box 10folder 46
Koschel, Christine and Inge von Weidenbaum (Reel 11, Frame 219-292), 1968-1969 series 2box 10folder 47
Koschel, Christine and Inge von Weidenbaum -- (Siegfried Unseld) (Reel 11, Frame 293-356), 1970-1982, and undated series 2box 10folder 48
Kostelanetz, Richard -- (Frances McCullough) (Reel 11, Frame 357-361), 1971 series 2box 10folder 49
Kouidis, Virginia (Reel 11, Frame 362-364), 1971 series 2box 10folder 50
Lake, Carlton (Reel 11, Frame 365-367), 1947 series 2box 10folder 51
Lakeland Foundation -- (? McCarthy) (Reel 11, Frame 368-369), 1954 series 2box 10folder 52
Lal, P. (Reel 11, Frame 370-375), 1966 series 2box 10folder 53
Lambert, Jeannine (Reel 11, Frame 376-377), undated series 2box 10folder 54
Lane, Winifred (Reel 11, Frame 378-381), 1971 series 2box 10folder 55
Langner, Lawrence (Reel 11, Frame 382-387), 1948, 1957 series 2box 10folder 56
L'argus de la Presse -- (?) (Reel 11, Frame 388-392), 1957 series 2box 10folder 57
Larmore, Phoebe -- (Gilbert A. Harrison; James Laughlin) (Reel 11, Frame 393-402), 1972-1973 series 2box 10folder 58
Lason, Irena (Reel 11, Frame 403-404), 1962 series 2box 10folder 59
Laughlin, James -- (Curt Gretener) (Reel 11, Frame 405-474), 1943-1951 series 2box 10folder 60
Laughlin, James -- (Robert Giroux; Roger W. Straus, Jr.; Melville Cane) (Reel 11, Frame 475-525), 1958-1964 series 2box 10folder 61
Laughlin, James -- (Littie E. Rau; Michael B. Stillman; Linda Kuehl) (Reel 11, Frame 527-555), 1970-1973 and undated series 2box 11folder 1
LaVoie, Phyllis (Reel 11, Frame 556-563), 1974-1977 series 2box 11folder 2
Leader's Galleries -- (Alfred Robbins) (Reel 11, Frame 564-565), 1939 series 2box 11folder 3
Ledzion, Pamela (Reel 11, Frame 566-573), 1975 series 2box 11folder 4
Lee, Mrs. E. H. (Reel 11, Frame 574-577), 1929 series 2box 11folder 5
Legman, G. (Reel 11, Frame 578-579), 1946 series 2box 11folder 6
Lehman, John (Reel 11, Frame 580-581), 1954 series 2box 11folder 7
Lemon, Courtenay -- (Maurice Sterne) (Reel 11, Frame 582-589), 1919 and undated series 2box 11folder 8
Leterrier, André (Reel 11, Frame 590-591), undated series 2box 11folder 9
Leurs, William (Reel 11, Frame 592-593), 1967 series 2box 11folder 10
Lewin, Albert -- (Raymond Rohauer; Herbert P. Jacoby) (Reel 11, Frame 594-638), 1944-1968 and undated series 2box 11folder 11
Lewis, Stanley (Reel 11, Frame 639-642), 1973 series 2box 11folder 12
Leyris, Pierre (Reel 11, Frame 643-684), 1951-1958 and undated series 2box 11folder 13
de Liagre, Alfred, Jr. (Reel 11, Frame 685-686), 1956 series 2box 11folder 14
Library of Congress -- (Barbara A. Ringer; Lorna G. Margolis; John Wayne; Anthony J. Bogucki) (Reel 11, Frame 687-702), 1954, 1957-1964, 1974 series 2box 11folder 15
Lindsay, John V. (Reel 11, Frame 703-704), 1959 series 2box 11folder 16
Liveright Publishing -- (Harry Weinberger; Horace B. Liveright; Arthur Pell) (Reel 11, Frame 705-714), 1923, 1937,1952-1958 series 2box 11folder 17
Living Theatre -- (Julian Beck) (Reel 11, Frame 715-716), 1959 series 2box 11folder 18
Longanesi and Co. -- (Indecipherable signature) (Reel 11, Frame 717-718), 1962 series 2box 11folder 19
Look -- (William B. Arthur; Joseph Roddy) (Reel 11, Frame 719-721), 1967 series 2box 11folder 20
Loos, Anita (Reel 11, Frame 722-724), 1958 series 2box 11folder 21
Lurie, Mara (Reel 11, Frame 725-727), undated series 2box 11folder 22
Lynch, Beverly (Reel 11, Frame 728-733), 1966 and undated series 2box 11folder 23
Macdougall, Allan Ross (Reel 11, Frame 734-765), 1928-1956 and undated series 2box 11folder 24
MacLeish, Archibald (Reel 11, Frame 766-767), 1940 series 2box 11folder 25
MacMillan, Betsy (Reel 11, Frame 768-770), 1973 series 2box 11folder 26
MacShane, Frank (Reel 11, Frame 771-774), 1954 series 2box 11folder 27
Mademoiselle -- (Leo Lerman) (Reel 11, Frame 775-779), 1949 series 2box 11folder 28
Maeterlinck, Maurice (Reel 11, Frame 780-782), 1924 series 2box 11folder 29
Magalaner, Marvin -- (Peter Heggie) (Reel 11, Frame 783-797), 1969 series 2box 11folder 30
Mahoney, Daniel A. -- (E. E. Conroy) (Reel 11, Frame 798-822), 1935-1958 and undated series 2box 11folder 31
Mallison, David (Reel 11, Frame 823-824), undated series 2box 11folder 32
Malmström, Lars (Reel 11, Frame 825-841), 1961-1965 and undated series 2box 11folder 33
Mammen, Else (Reel 11, Frame 842-843), 1961 series 2box 11folder 34
Mandelbaum, M. (Reel 11, Frame 844-847), 1960 series 2box 11folder 35
Manfred, Ernest E. (Reel 11, Frame 848-851), 1962-1963, 1971 series 2box 11folder 36
Manning, Hugo (Reel 11, Frame 852-854), 1960, 1962 series 2box 11folder 37
Marangolo, Alba (Reel 11, Frame 855-862), 1967 series 2box 11folder 38
Maritain, Jacques (Reel 11, Frame 863-866), 1958 series 2box 11folder 39
Markopoulos, Gregory J. (Reel 11, Frame 867-894), 1962-1973 series 2box 11folder 40
Marlborough, Duke of (Reel 11, Frame 895-896), 1924 series 2box 11folder 41
Martin, Jay (Reel 11, Frame 897-899), 1967 series 2box 11folder 42
Martonplay -- (Peter du Sautoy; Marta Andras and George Marton; Elisabeth Marton) (Reel 11, Frame 900-910), 1960 series 2box 11folder 43
Marwell, David G. (Reel 11, Frame 911-915), 1977 series 2box 11folder 44
Mason, Dan (Reel 11, Frame 916-926), 1976 series 2box 11folder 45
de Massot, Pierre (Reel 11, Frame 927-930), 1951 series 2box 11folder 46
Mathews, Jackson (Reel 11, Frame 931-942), 1948-1949 series 2box 11folder 47
Mathews, Stephanie (Reel 11, Frame 943-945), 1966 series 2box 11folder 48
Matta, Malitte (Reel 11, Frame 946-953), 1975 series 2box 11folder 49
Mayer, Hans (Reel 11, Frame 954-980), 1970-1971 series 2box 11folder 50
Mayer, Hans -- (Reinhilde Binz) (Reel 11, Frame 981-1114), 1972-1974 and undated series 2box 11folder 51
Mazzocco, Nancy (Reel 11, Frame 1115-1140), 1961-1962 series 2box 11folder 52
MCA, Inc. -- (Charles S. Hirsch) (Reel 11, Frame 1141-1143), 1967 series 2box 11folder 53
McAlmon, Robert -- (Bill Bird; Jimmie Stern) (Reel 11, Frame 1144-1167), 1940-1952 and undated series 2box 11folder 54
McCloskey, Michael (Reel 11, Frame 1168-1183), 1973 series 2box 11folder 55
McCullers, Carson (Reel 11, Frame 1184-1186), undated series 2box 11folder 56
McElya, Bob (Reel 11, Frame 1187-1188), 1965 series 2box 11folder 57
McFarland, Lorraine, and John Morris (Reel 11, Frame 1189-1190), 1971 series 2box 11folder 58
McGrane, Kathleen (Reel 11, Frame 1191-1193), 1966 series 2box 11folder 59
McGratt, William (Reel 11, Frame 1194-1198), 1971 series 2box 11folder 60
McGuire, Diane Kostial (Reel 11, Frame 1199-1206), 1958 and undated series 2box 11folder 61
Mechem, James (Reel 12, Frame 2-12), 1959-1963 series 2box 12folder 1
Medley, Robert (Reel 12, Frame 13-24), 1958, 1966-1968 and undated series 2box 12folder 2
Meese, Elizabeth (Reel 12, Frame 25-27), 1973 series 2box 12folder 3
Messerli, Douglas (Reel 12, Frame 28-45), 1973-1977 series 2box 12folder 4
Metcalf, Henriette (Reel 12, Frame 46-54), 1929(?) series 2box 12folder 5
Meyer, J. (Reel 12, Frame 55-56), 1929 series 2box 12folder 6
Michael, Angela (Reel 12, Frame 57-58), 1971 series 2box 12folder 7
Middleton, Scudder (Reel 12, Frame 59-62), 1945, 1948 series 2box 12folder 8
Milford, Toni (Reel 12, Frame 63-66), 1948 series 2box 12folder 9
Miller, Gilbert (Reel 12, Frame 67-68), 1950 series 2box 12folder 10
Miller, Jeffery -- (Paul Bowles) (Reel 12, Frame 69-72), 1974 series 2box 12folder 11
Mirliss, Sally (Reel 12, Frame 73-74), 1946 series 2box 12folder 12
Mitchell, Burroughs (Reel 12, Frame 75-79), 1970-1971 series 2box 12folder 13
Mitchell, Donald (Reel 12, Frame 80-82), 1965, 1968 series 2box 12folder 14
Mondadori Publishing Company -- (Maria Barra) (Reel 12, Frame 83-84), 1973 series 2box 12folder 15
Monrad, Paul (Reel 12, Frame 85-88), 1956 series 2box 12folder 16
Moore, George (Reel 12, Frame 89-91), 1924 series 2box 12folder 17
Moore, Marianne (Reel 12, Frame 92-1-1), 1942, 1966-1970 and undated series 2box 12folder 18
Morgan, Glen E. (Reel 12, Frame 102-103), 1964 series 2box 12folder 19
Moritz, William (Reel 12, Frame 104-109), 1963 series 2box 12folder 20
Morrell, Ottoline (Reel 12, Frame 110-127), 1936-1937 series 2box 12folder 21
Morris, Patricia (Reel 12, Frame 128-131), 1975 series 2box 12folder 22
Morton, Jr., James F. (Reel 12, Frame 132-133), 1911 series 2box 12folder 23
Muir, Edwin (Reel 12, Frame 134-170), 1955-1958 series 2box 12folder 24
Muir, Willa -- (W. Barker) (Reel 12, Frame 171-214), 1958-1963 series 2box 12folder 25
Muir, Willa -- (Kathleen Raine) (Reel 12, Frame 215-283), 1964-1971 and undated series 2box 12folder 26
Mulhauser, Helga (Reel 12, Frame 284-287), 1973 series 2box 12folder 27
Mundy, Djuna (Reel 12, Frame 288-290), 1973 series 2box 12folder 28
Munroe , Gretchen (Reel 12, Frame 291-295), undated series 2box 12folder 29
Muray, Peggy (Reel 12, Frame 296-299), 1966 series 2box 12folder 30
Murray, Michele (Reel 12, Frame 300-307), 1971 series 2box 12folder 31
Museum of City of N.Y. -- (May Davenport Seymour) (Reel 12, Frame 308-312), 1961-1962 series 2box 12folder 32
Nachf, Hans Hartinger (Reel 12, Frame 313-316), 1965 series 2box 12folder 33
National Committee of Arts, Letters, and Sciences -- (John L. Saltonstall, Jr.) (Reel 12, Frame 317-319), 1960 series 2box 12folder 34
National Endowment for the Arts -- (Livingston L. Biddle, Jr.; David Wilk; John M. Murphy) (Reel 12, Frame 320-349), 1980 series 2box 12folder 35
National Institute of Arts and Letters -- (Felicia Geffen; Louise Bogan; Léonie Adams; Glenway Wescott.; Hannah Josephson; May M. Miller; Marchette Chute; Ralph Ellison) (Reel 12, Frame 350-410), 1943-1948, 1958-1967 series 2box 12folder 36
National Institute of Arts and Letters -- (Babette Deutsch; Felicia Geffen; Peter De Vries; William Maxwell; Joseph Mitchell; Jacques Barzun; Margaret Mills; Kay Boyle; John Hersey) (Reel 12, Frame 411-452), 1970-1979 and undated series 2box 12folder 37
Neagoe, Anna (Reel 12, Frame 453-462), 1965, 1971-1972 and undated series 2box 12folder 38
Nelson, Paula Kellner (Reel 12, Frame 463-465), 1966 series 2box 12folder 39
Nesbit, Lynn (Reel 12, Frame 466-469), 1969 series 2box 12folder 40
Neske, Günther (Reel 12, Frame 470-509), 1958-1961, 1969? series 2box 12folder 41
New Book -- (J. H. Livingston) (Reel 12, Frame 510-512), 1957 series 2box 12folder 42
New Directions -- (Correspondence) -- [Hubert Creekmore; Anthony Bower; Betty J. Malino; Robert M. MacGregor; Marga Cottino; James Laughlin; Franz Schonauer; Antonio de Souza-Pinto; William Candlewood; Stanley Moss] (Reel 12, Frame 513-564), 1946-1960 series 2box 12folder 43
New Directions -- (Correspondence) -- [Joseph M. Rizzo; Gilda Rosenblum; Robert Giroux; James Laughlin; Robert MacGregor; Rhoda Rissin; Irena Lason; P. F. du Sautoy; David Ford; Osmond Fraenkel; Paula Diamond] (Reel 12, Frame 565-627), 1961-1964 series 2box 12folder 44
New Directions -- (Correspondence) -- [Peter Conway; Dan Lacy; Robert MacGregor; Carmen Balcells; Ellen Barth; Else B. Lorch; George Brantl; Helen Isaacson; Sharland Trotter; Massimo Pini; James O. Wade; Gumther Stuhlman; Susan K. Blair; Elizabeth Rolf; Robert Goldfarb; Juliet Crombie] (Reel 12, Frame 628-686), 1965-1970 series 2box 12folder 45
New Directions -- (Correspondence) -- [Else (Lorch) Albrecht-Carrié; Joanne Scheidt; Ernestine Schlant; Sylvia Bornfriend; Patricia Mach; Barbara Rigney; Mrs. Rolf; Elana Nachman; James Laughlin; Larry McGinty; Edward B. Germain] (Reel 12, Frame 687-723), 1971-1978 and undated series 2box 12folder 46
New Directions -- (Miscellaneous) (Reel 12, Frame 724-746), circa 1940s-1970s series 2box 13folder 1
New Directions -- (Royalty Statements) (Reel 12, Frame 747-794), 1947-1966 series 2box 13folder 2
New Directions -- (Royalty Statements) (Reel 12, Frame 795-858), 1967-1976 series 2box 13folder 3
New York Hospital -- (W. R. Grafe) (Reel 12, Frame 859-862), 1968 series 2box 13folder 4
New York Public Library -- (Lola Szladits; Harvey Simmonds) (Reel 12, Frame 863-899), 1968-1973 series 2box 13folder 5
New York Times -- (Henry Raymont; Lillian Hellman) (Reel 12, Frame 900-903), 1971 series 2box 13folder 6
New Yorker -- (Howard Moss; Moses Cammer; Fred Keefe; Ruth Rogin; Louis F. Kannenstine; Frances McCullough) (Reel 12, Frame 904-943), 1969-1982 series 2box 13folder 7
Newman Press -- (John J. McHale) (Reel 12, Frame 944-946), 1961 series 2box 13folder 8
Norman, Itzhak (Reel 12, Frame 947-948), 1962 series 2box 13folder 9
P. A. Norstedt & Söners Förlag -- (Ragnar Svamström; Klara Västra Kyrkogata) (Reel 12, Frame 949-958), 1961-1963 series 2box 13folder 10
Nouvelle Éditions Latines -- (Georges Broussine) (Reel 12, Frame 959-965), 1947-1948 series 2box 13folder 11
Nowlin, Joann, and Arnold Gralnick (Reel 12, Frame 966-967), 1976 series 2box 13folder 12
Olson, Stanley -- (E.B.) (Reel 12, Frame 968-978), 1969-1971 series 2box 13folder 13
O'Neill, Eugene (Reel 12, Frame 979-983), 1924 and undated series 2box 13folder 14
Opffer, Emil and Barbara -- (Pauline) (Reel 12, Frame 984-1013), 1961-1974 series 2box 13folder 15
Oppé, John (Reel 12, Frame 1014-1018), 1972-1975 series 2box 13folder 16
Orensky, Fred S. (Reel 12, Frame 1019-1021), 1974-1975 series 2box 13folder 17
Pachter, Marc (Reel 12, Frame 1022-1023), 1971 series 2box 13folder 18
Pagden, A. R. (Reel 12, Frame 1024-1028), 1968 series 2box 13folder 19
Page, Chester -- (Howard Moss; Fred Keefe) (Reel 12, Frame 1029-1045), 1970-1977 series 2box 13folder 20
Paramount Pictures Corp. -- (Paul Sylbert; Susan K. Blair) (Reel 12, Frame 1046-1052), 1969 series 2box 13folder 21
Parker, Eloise C. -- (Else B. Lorch) (Reel 12, Frame 1053-1063), 1965, 1973 series 2box 13folder 22
Pattillo, Edward (Reel 13, Frame 1-2), 1976 series 2box 13folder 23
Paulhan, Jean (Reel 13, Frame 3-5), 1949 series 2box 13folder 24
Payne, Robert (Reel 13, Frame 6-10), 1955 series 2box 13folder 25
Pearce, Mr. (Reel 13, Frame 11-12), 1945 series 2box 13folder 26
Pearson, Cordelia Coker -- (Peggy Guggenheim; "Pamela Pickle" [Allen Tate]; Mrs. James Blanton Pearson) (Reel 13, Frame 13-96), 1946-1953, 1963 and undated series 2box 13folder 27
Pearson, Norman Holmes (Reel 13, Frame 97-120), 1962-1964 series 2box 13folder 28
Pellegrini, Mr. (Reel 13, Frame 121-124), 1968-1971 series 2box 13folder 29
P.E.N. -- (Joy Chute; Julius Isaacs) (Reel 13, Frame 125-128), 1959-1961 series 2box 13folder 30
Perkins, Maxwell (Reel 13, Frame 129-130), 1945 series 2box 13folder 31
Perkins, Michael (Reel 13, Frame 131-159), 1969-1972 series 2box 13folder 32
Personality -- (Werner Wolff) (Reel 13, Frame 160-161), 1950 series 2box 13folder 33
Pezzoni, Enrique (Reel 13, Frame 160-167), 1968-1969 series 2box 13folder 34
Pfeffer, Max (Reel 13, Frame 168-172), 1946-1947 series 2box 13folder 35
Philadelphia Museum of Art -- (Marianne Martin) (Reel 13, Frame 173-176), 1954 series 2box 13folder 36
Phillips, Bradley (Reel 13, Frame 177-203), 1958-1959, 1966-1967 and undated series 2box 13folder 37
Phoenix Book Shop -- (Robert A. Wilson) (Reel 13, Frame 204-207), 1970, 1976 series 2box 13folder 38
Phoenix Theatre -- (T. Edward Hambleton) (Reel 13, Frame 208-222), 1956 and undated series 2box 13folder 39
Pijewski, Jan (Reel 13, Frame 222-225), 1972 series 2box 13folder 40
Pizarnik, Alejandra (Reel 13, Frame 226-250), 1969 series 2box 13folder 41
Poetry: London/New York -- (R. B. Weber; Mr. Tambimuttu) (Reel 13, Frame 251-256), 1964 series 2box 13folder 42
Poets' Theatre -- (Mac Hammond; V. R. [Violet] Lang [Mrs. Bradley Phillips]; Hugh Amory) (Reel 13, Frame 257-277), 1956 series 2box 13folder 43
Pohle, Lawrence (Reel 13, Frame 278-282), 1956 series 2box 13folder 44
Poli, Bernard J. (Reel 13, Frame 283-285), 1963 series 2box 13folder 45
Ponder-Greene, Drew -- (E. C.) (Reel 13, Frame 286-292), 1966 series 2box 13folder 46
Ponsot, Marie (Reel 13, Frame 293-298), 1959, 1970 series 2box 13folder 47
Porter, David (Reel 13, Frame 299-300), undated series 2box 13folder 48
Portland Museum of Art -- (William David Barry) (Reel 13, Frame 301-305), 1974 series 2box 13folder 49
Powell, Ivor (Reel 13, Frame 306-308), undated series 2box 13folder 50
Pratt Institute -- (Mabel L. Paulson) (Reel 13, Frame 310-312), 1960 series 2box 14folder 1
Prescott, Joseph (Reel 13, Frame 313-317), 1952 series 2box 14folder 2
AB Pressurklipp -- (R. Berggren) (Reel 13, Frame 318-324), 1961 series 2box 14folder 3
Princeton University -- (Victor Lange; Alexander Wainright) (Reel 13, Frame 325-335), 1970-1972 series 2box 14folder 4
Purvis, Donn (Reel 13, Frame 336-337), undated series 2box 14folder 5
Pustel, Gabriel (Reel 13, Frame 338-339), 1963 series 2box 14folder 6
Quadri, Silvana (Reel 13, Frame 340-341), 1970 series 2box 14folder 7
Quinn, Alice (Reel 13, Frame 342-348), 1976 series 2box 14folder 8
Raffel, Gertrude Stein (Reel 13, Frame 349-350), 1971 series 2box 14folder 9
Raine, Kathleen (Reel 13, Frame 351-353), 1951 series 2box 14folder 10
Ramparts -- (Harry Stiehl; Edward Keating) (Reel 13, Frame 354-371), 1962-1968 series 2box 14folder 11
Random House -- (Bennett A. Cerf; Jeanne Scheidt; Carolyn Heysek) (Reel 13, Frame 372-377), 1945, 1971-1973 series 2box 14folder 12
Rau, Littie Elise (Reel 13, Frame 378-386), 1971-1973 series 2box 14folder 13
Rayman, Ronald (Reel 13, Frame 387-388), 1975 series 2box 14folder 14
Rebel Magazine -- (Thomas B. Speight) (Reel 13, Frame 389-390), 1965 series 2box 14folder 15
Recording for the Blind, Inc. -- (Don Staley) (Reel 13, Frame 391-392), 1971 series 2box 14folder 16
Reinwald, Karl (Reel 13, Frame 393-398), 1959, 1976 series 2box 14folder 17
Reiss, Robert (Reel 13, Frame 399-404), 1978 series 2box 14folder 18
Reitz, Rosetta (Reel 13, Frame 405-408), 1975 series 2box 14folder 19
Renaissance House -- (Carole I. Rupert) (Reel 13, Frame 409-422), 1962-1963 series 2box 14folder 20
Reynolds, Mary (Reel 13, Frame 423-449), 1939-1950 series 2box 14folder 21
Reznikoff, Charles (Reel 13, Frame 450-453), 1959-1966 series 2box 14folder 22
Ribar, Joe (Reel 13, Frame 454-456), undated series 2box 14folder 23
Richter, H. (Reel 13, Frame 457-458), 1955 series 2box 14folder 24
Rigney, Barbara -- (Else Albrecht-Carrié) (Reel 13, Frame 459-471), 1973-1974 series 2box 14folder 25
Roberts, Mark A. (Reel 13, Frame 472-475), 1970 series 2box 14folder 26
Robuck, Michael J. (Reel 13, Frame 476-477), 1970 series 2box 14folder 27
Rogers, W. G. (Reel 13, Frame 478-481), 1965-1966 series 2box 14folder 28
Rohwalt Verlag -- (Herr Ledig) (Reel 13, Frame 482-483), 1948 series 2box 14folder 29
Rosenberg, Loewe & Co. -- (F. R. Master) (Reel 13, Frame 484-490), 1937 series 2box 14folder 30
Rossell, Betty (Reel 13, Frame 491-494), 1965-1966 series 2box 14folder 31
Roloff, Michael (Reel 13, Frame 495-498), 1969 series 2box 14folder 32
Mark Rothko Foundation -- (Bernard J. Reis) (Reel 13, Frame 499-504), 1971 series 2box 14folder 33
Ruas, Charles (Reel 13, Frame 505-506), 1975 series 2box 14folder 34
Rubens, Robert (Reel 13, Frame 507-510), 1962-1963 series 2box 14folder 35
Rubin, Gayle (Reel 13, Frame 511-513), 1974 series 2box 14folder 36
Ruchti, William (Reel 13, Frame 514-520), 1969-1970 series 2box 14folder 37
Ruffer, Mary-Elise (Reel 13, Frame 521-530), 1971 series 2box 14folder 38
Rummonds, Richard (Reel 13, Frame 531-533), 1954 series 2box 14folder 39
Rüttger, Ortwin (Reel 13, Frame 534-536), 1957 series 2box 14folder 40
Ryum, Ulla (Reel 13, Frame 537-539), 1974 series 2box 14folder 41
Salisbury, Leah (Reel 13, Frame 540-542), 1965 series 2box 14folder 42
Salvat Editores -- (Antonio Comas) (Reel 13, Frame 543-546), 1964 series 2box 14folder 43
Sandberg, Anna (Reel 13, Frame 547-550), 1969 series 2box 14folder 44
Sanders, Lee (Reel 13, Frame 551-553), 1976 series 2box 14folder 45
Sandoval, Anne W. (Reel 13, Frame 554-555), 1973 series 2box 14folder 46
Sandy, Stephen (Reel 13, Frame 556-560), 1960 series 2box 14folder 47
Sarason, Bertram (Reel 13, Frame 561-564), 1970 series 2box 14folder 48
Sarlos, Robert K. (Reel 13, Frame 565-567), 1962 series 2box 14folder 49
Schaffner, John (Reel 13, Frame 568-569), 1949 series 2box 14folder 50
Schenkar, Joan (Reel 13, Frame 570-571), 1970 series 2box 14folder 51
Schlant, Ernestine (Reel 13, Frame 572-573), 1971 series 2box 14folder 52
Schneidewind, Jane (Reel 13, Frame 574-575), undated series 2box 14folder 53
Schroeder, Richard (Reel 13, Frame 576-580), 1964 series 2box 14folder 54
Schwarz, Arturo (Reel 13, Frame 581-587), 1976 series 2box 14folder 55
Schweighofer, Dr. F. (Reel 13, Frame 588-589), 1960 series 2box 14folder 56
Scott, James (Reel 13, Frame 590-628), 1971 series 2box 14folder 57
Scott, James (Reel 13, Frame 629-658), 1972-1977 series 2box 14folder 58
Scott, Ruth (Reel 13, Frame 659-662), 1956-1957 series 2box 14folder 59
Scott-Walker, Mr. (Reel 13, Frame 663-664), 1970 series 2box 14folder 60
Secrest, Meryle (Reel 13, Frame 665-666), 1972 series 2box 14folder 61
See, H. T. (Reel 13, Frame 667-669), 1968 series 2box 14folder 62
Segre, Alfredo (Reel 13, Frame 670-671), undated series 2box 14folder 63
Seligman, Eustace (Reel 13, Frame 672-675), 1971 series 2box 14folder 64
Sennett, Earl (Reel 13, Frame 676-684), 1963 series 2box 14folder 65
Shaffer, Jr., Randolph (Reel 13, Frame 685-695), 1969-1970 and undated series 2box 14folder 66
Sharrock, Roger (Reel 13, Frame 696-699), 1962 series 2box 14folder 67
Shaw, Walter (Reel 13, Frame 700-703), 1950 series 2box 14folder 68
Sheaffer, Louis -- (John A. S. Cushman; Henry Allen Moe) (Reel 13, Frame 704-709), 1958-1962 series 2box 14folder 69
Sheffield Farms Co. (Reel 13, Frame 710-711), 1953 series 2box 14folder 70
Sheridan, J. P. (Reel 13, Frame 712-716), 1937 series 2box 14folder 71
Shifreen, Lawrence J. (Reel 13, Frame 717-719), 1977 series 2box 14folder 72
Shirley, Adam (Reel 13, Frame 720-724), 1971 series 2box 14folder 73
Sides, Margaret Spalding (Reel 13, Frame 725-727), 1969 series 2box 14folder 74
Simon , Linda (Reel 13, Frame 728-729), 1974 series 2box 14folder 75
Simon and Schuster, Inc. -- (Henry W. Simon) (Reel 13, Frame 730-731), 1945 series 2box 14folder 76
Sinclair (Reel 13, Frame 732-733), 1970 series 2box 14folder 77
Singer, James Burns (Reel 13, Frame 734-735), 1959 series 2box 14folder 78
Slater, Catherine (Reel 13, Frame 736-738), 1973 series 2box 14folder 79
Smiley, Virginia (Reel 13, Frame 739-743), 1976 series 2box 14folder 80
Smith, George Ivan (Reel 14, Frame 2-8), 1961-1964 series 2box 15folder 1
Smith, Phyllis (Reel 14, Frame 9-12), 1971 series 2box 15folder 2
Smith, T. R. (Reel 14, Frame 13-14), 1937 series 2box 15folder 3
Society of Authors -- (Anne Munro-Kerr; Elisabeth Marton; George Astley; Patricia Haward) (Reel 14, Frame 15-51), 1962-1970 series 2box 15folder 4
Society of Authors' Representatives -- (Beth Freedman) (Reel 14, Frame 52-57), undated series 2box 15folder 5
Solano, Solita -- (Nathan R. Einhorn; unidentified correspondent) (Reel 14, Frame 58-122), 1956-1972 and undated series 2box 15folder 6
Sontag, Susan (Reel 14, Frame 123-125), 1966-1967 series 2box 15folder 7
Southern Review -- (Donald E. Stanford; Joy D. Dykhuizen) (Reel 14, Frame 126-134), 1969-1971 series 2box 15folder 8
Spatt, Beverly Moss (Reel 14, Frame 135-136), 1976 series 2box 15folder 9
Spencer, Colin (Reel 14, Frame 137-146), 1965-1966 series 2box 15folder 10
Spencer, Sharon (Reel 14, Frame 147-149), 1971 series 2box 15folder 11
St. Sauveur, Freda (Reel 14, Frame 150-152), 1952 series 2box 15folder 12
Stambler, Sarah (Reel 14, Frame 153-155), 1968 series 2box 15folder 13
Stanley, April (Reel 14, Frame 156-158), 1970 series 2box 15folder 14
Steiner, Richard (Reel 14, Frame 159-163), 1967 series 2box 15folder 15
Stephenson, Gregory (Reel 14, Frame 164-167), 1973, 1975, 1977 series 2box 15folder 16
Stern, James (Reel 14, Frame 168-213), 1946-1956 series 2box 15folder 17
Stern, James (Reel 14, Frame 214-244), 1957-1963, 1970 and undated series 2box 15folder 18
Sternbach, Mary (Reel 14, Frame 245-246), 1978 series 2box 15folder 19
Stillman, George V. (Reel 14, Frame 247-248), 1963 series 2box 15folder 20
Strassova, Helena -- (Correspondence) -- [Renée Louys] (Reel 14, Frame 249-280), 1951-1952 series 2box 15folder 21
Strassova, Helena -- (Correspondence) -- [Renée Louys] (Reel 14, Frame 281-313), 1956-1963 series 2box 15folder 22
Strassova, Helena -- (Royalty Statements) (Reel 14, Frame 314-348), 1957-1971 series 2box 15folder 23
Strider, Robert E. L. (Reel 14, Frame 349-350), 1963 series 2box 15folder 24
Strong, Jane (Reel 14, Frame 351-357), 1975-1976 series 2box 15folder 25
Sugar Editore -- (Luciano De Maria; Peter F. du Sautoy; Massimo Pini) (Reel 14, Frame 358-364), 1965-1968 series 2box 15folder 26
Suhrkamp Verlag -- (Correspondence) -- [Peter Suhrkamp; Andreas Wolff; Konrad Jost; Helene Ritzerfeld; Karlheinz Braun; Reinhilde Binz; Siegfried Unseld] (Reel 14, Frame 365-408), 1953-1970 series 2box 15folder 27
Suhrkamp Verlag -- (Correspondence) -- [Siegfried Unseld; Reinhilde Binz; Karin Derpa (sec.); Helene Ritzerfeld; Renate Roske] (Reel 14, Frame 409-433), 1971-1976 series 2box 15folder 28
Suhrkamp Verlag -- (Royalty Statements) (Reel 14, Frame 434-467), 1972-1976 series 2box 15folder 29
Suitor, Judith Anne (Reel 14, Frame 468-475), 1962-1963 series 2box 15folder 30
Sullivan , Margaret (Reel 14, Frame 476-478), 1969 series 2box 15folder 31
Sullivan and Cromwell -- (Euclaus?) (Reel 14, Frame 479-480), 1939 series 2box 15folder 32
Swanberg, W. A. (Reel 14, Frame 481-483), 1963 series 2box 15folder 33
Swanson, Ellen (Reel 14, Frame 484-486), 1977 series 2box 15folder 34
Sweeney, James (Reel 14, Frame 487-503), 1946, 1954, 1963, 1971 and undated series 2box 15folder 35
Swetzoff, Hyman (Reel 14, Frame 504-506), 1954 series 2box 15folder 36
Syracuse University -- (John S. Mayfield; Anna Neagoe; Martin H. Bush; Philip F. Mooney) (Reel 14, Frame 507-520), 1963-1971 series 2box 15folder 37
Tanner, Allen (Reel 14, Frame 521-532), 1970-1974 series 2box 15folder 38
Targ, William (Reel 14, Frame 533-534), 1971 series 2box 15folder 39
Tartas, Susan (Reel 14, Frame 535-537), 1969 series 2box 15folder 40
Tate, Allen -- (Albert J. Guerard) (Reel 14, Frame 538-562), 1946-1949, 1966, 1970 series 2box 15folder 41
Taylor, Rita (Reel 14, Frame 563-564), 1977 series 2box 15folder 42
Taylor, Sylvia (Reel 14, Frame 565-566), 1947 series 2box 15folder 43
Tenth Muse -- (Julia Newman?) (Reel 14, Frame 567-570), 1967 series 2box 15folder 44
Terzian, Manug (Reel 14, Frame 571-573), 1970 series 2box 15folder 45
Theatre Guild Magazine -- (Hiram Motherwell) (Reel 14, Frame 574-579), 1930-1931 series 2box 15folder 46
Theroux, Alexander (Reel 14, Frame 580-600), 1964, 1967 series 2box 15folder 47
Tibbs, Ben (Reel 14, Frame 601-605), 1962, 1964 series 2box 15folder 48
Time Magazine -- (Rosalind Constable; Alice Baker) (Reel 14, Frame 606-610), 1945, 1968 series 2box 15folder 49
Town and Country -- (Harry Bull) (Reel 14, Frame 611-612), 1941 series 2box 15folder 50
Towner, Lawrence (Reel 14, Frame 613-616), 1969 series 2box 15folder 51
Travers, Mary (Reel 14, Frame 617-620), 1975 series 2box 15folder 52
TriQuarterly -- (Elliott Anderson) (Reel 14, Frame 621-622), 1976 series 2box 15folder 53
Tucker, Martin -- (J.J.) (Reel 14, Frame 623-625), 1949 series 2box 15folder 54
Turkel, Pauline (Reel 14, Frame 626-632), circa 1927 series 2box 15folder 55
Tyler, Parker (Reel 14, Frame 633-634), 1960 series 2box 15folder 56
Unidentified Correspondence (Reel 14, Frame 635-650), 1967, 1973 and undated series 2box 15folder 57
University of Maryland -- (Robert L. Beare; George Bixby; Bart Auerbach; Osmond K. Fraenkel) (Reel 14, Frame 652-685), 1970-1973 series 2box 16folder 1
University of Maryland -- (Robert L. Beare; Joseph Geraci; Mary Boccaccio) (Reel 14, Frame 686-713), 1974-1977 and undated series 2box 16folder 2
University of Oregon -- (Edward Kemp) (Reel 14, Frame 714-716), 1968 series 2box 16folder 3
University of Texas at Austin -- (F. W. Roberts) (Reel 14, Frame 717-728), 1970-1974 series 2box 16folder 4
Vail, Lawrence -- (N. Eleanor Fitzgerald; Angela Apple Goeser) (Reel 14, Frame 729-767), 1941, 1953-1962 series 2box 16folder 5
Vail, Lawrence -- (Alexander Theroux; Michel ?; Angela "Apple" Goeser) (Reel 14, Frame 768-799), 1966-1968 and undated series 2box 16folder 6
Vail, Sindbad -- (Peggy Guggenheim) (Reel 14, Frame 800-809), 1977-1981 series 2box 16folder 7
Valois, Marie -- (? For Marie Valois) (Reel 14, Frame 810-815), 1946-1947 series 2box 16folder 8
Van Doren, Carl (Reel 14, Frame 816-821), 1934-1948 series 2box 16folder 9
Vassileva, Lilia Ratcheva (Reel 14, Frame 822-824), 1975 series 2box 16folder 10
Vathek Books -- (Paul Davies) (Reel 14, Frame 825-828), 1974 series 2box 16folder 11
Vestroni, Carla (Reel 14, Frame 829-830), 1966 series 2box 16folder 12
Viking Press -- (Marshall A. Best; Mary Hornby) (Reel 14, Frame 831-838), 1966-1972 series 2box 16folder 13
Villa, José Garcia (Reel 14, Frame 839-841), 1946 series 2box 16folder 14
Wagner, Robert F. (Reel 14, Frame 842-843), 1963 series 2box 16folder 15
Waldrop, Keith (Reel 14, Frame 844-846), 1958 series 2box 16folder 16
Wallack, Susan Lee (Reel 14, Frame 847-867), 1970-1971 series 2box 16folder 17
Wallrich, Larry and Ruby (Reel 14, Frame 868-906), 1959-1966, 1973-1975 series 2box 16folder 18
Walter, Eugene (Reel 14, Frame 907-908), 1953 series 2box 16folder 19
Ware, Cade S. (Reel 14, Frame 909-911), 1965 series 2box 16folder 20
Warren, Frank (Reel 14, Frame 912-914), 1962 series 2box 16folder 21
Waters, John (Reel 14, Frame 915-919), 1959 series 2box 16folder 22
Watson, Douglas (Reel 14, Frame 920-934), 1957-1958 series 2box 16folder 23
Watson, Hildegarde (Reel 14, Frame 935-946), 1968-1971 series 2box 16folder 24
Wayne, Renée (Reel 14, Frame 947-957), 1949 series 2box 16folder 25
Wechsler, Nancy F. (Reel 14, Frame 958-959), 1976 series 2box 16folder 26
Weinberger, Harry -- (Lawrence H. Sanders) (Reel 14, Frame 960-969), 1937-1942 series 2box 16folder 27
Weiss, Lonnie (Reel 14, Frame 970-973), 1971 series 2box 16folder 28
Wells, H. DeWitt (Reel 14, Frame 974-976), 1928 series 2box 16folder 29
Werner, Rose-Marie (Reel 14, Frame 977-979), 1969 series 2box 16folder 30
Wescott, Glenway (Reel 14, Frame 980-981), 1948 series 2box 16folder 31
Westley, Helen (Reel 14, Frame 982-983), 1929 series 2box 16folder 32
Weyraüch, Rose-Marie (Reel 14, Frame 984-986), undated series 2box 16folder 33
Wheelock, J. H. (Reel 14, Frame 987-988), 1963 series 2box 16folder 34
Whigham, Peter (Reel 14, Frame 989-999), 1953 series 2box 16folder 35
White, Antonia (Reel 14, Frame 1000-1001), 1935? series 2box 16folder 36
Wickes, George -- (William Targ) (Reel 14, Frame 1002-1016), 1972-1976 series 2box 16folder 37
Wiggins, Jim (Reel 14, Frame 1017-1018), 1973 series 2box 16folder 38
Wilentz, E. S. (Reel 14, Frame 1019-1020), undated series 2box 16folder 39
Wilentz, Ted (Reel 14, Frame 1021-1023), 1968 series 2box 16folder 40
William Sloane Associates, Inc. -- (Barbara Ely) (Reel 14, Frame 1024-1025), 1949 series 2box 16folder 41
Williams, William Carlos (Reel 14, Frame 1026-1027), 1943 series 2box 16folder 42
Wilson, Edmund (Reel 14, Frame 1028-1030), 1965 series 2box 16folder 43
Wilson, Neva Mullins (Reel 14, Frame 1031-1032), 1974 series 2box 16folder 44
Wilson, Sylvia (Reel 14, Frame 1033-1038), 1964 series 2box 16folder 45
Winant, Francine (Reel 14, Frame 1039-1041), 1962 series 2box 16folder 46
Wood, Thelma -- (Address Book, Daybook, Invitation) (Reel 14, Frame 1042-1081), 1926-1927 and undated series 2box 16folder 47
Wood, Thelma -- (Correspondence) (Reel 14, Frame 1082-1142), circa 1920s series 2box 16folder 48
Wood, Thelma -- (Correspondence) (Reel 14, Frame 1143-1156), 1944, 1961-1969 series 2box 16folder 49
Worcester Art Museum -- (Louisa Dresser; Gunther Neske) (Reel 14, Frame 1157-1162), 1963-1964 series 2box 16folder 50
Wright, A. J. (Reel 14, Frame 1163-1164), 1975 series 2box 16folder 51
Yale University -- (Donald Gallup) (Reel 14, Frame 1165-1179), 1957, 1969-1973 series 2box 16folder 52
Yoken, Melvin (Reel 14, Frame 1180-1184), 1970 series 2box 16folder 53
Young, Geoff (Reel 14, Frame 1185-1188), 1974 series 2box 16folder 54
Young, Marguerite (Reel 14, Frame 1189-1190), 1965 series 2box 16folder 55
Young, Stark (Reel 14, Frame 1191-1195), 1958 series 2box 16folder 56
Young, Tracy (Reel 14, Frame 1196-1198), 1977 series 2box 16folder 57
Zavatsky, Bill (Reel 14, Frame 1199-1206), 1976 series 2box 16folder 58
Ziegler Ross Agency -- (Pamela McGrath) (Reel 14, Frame 1207-1208), 1974 series 2box 16folder 59
Zientara, Gerald R. (Reel 14, Frame 1209-1210), 1967 series 2box 16folder 60
Zinke, Herbert (Reel 14, Frame 1211-1216), 1962 series 2box 16folder 61
Zolla, Elémire -- (Federico Codignola; William Topolsky; Salvator Attanasio) (Reel 14, Frame 1217-1270), 1967-1969 series 2box 16folder 62

Series 3: Writings, 1911-1980 and undated (33 linear feet)

This series includes drafts, fragments, corrected page proofs, notes and notebooks, and published versions of Barnes's writings. The series is divided into two sections: "Manuscripts and Proofs" and "Publications." Among the most important items in "Manuscripts and Proofs" are drafts and fragments of Nightwood, arranged to complement the critical edition edited by Cheryl J. Plumb (Normal, Ill.: Dalkey Archive Press, 1995). This section also contains numerous drafts of The Antiphon, including multiple copies of the Poet's Theatre version of 1956, and corrected page proofs of Barnes's later published works, including The Antiphon, Spillway, and Selected Works (an edition published in 1962 containing Nightwood, The Antiphon, and Spillway). A substantial portion of this series consists of the mostly unpublished poetry Barnes wrote over the last twenty-five years of her life. "Manuscripts and Proofs" are arranged alphabetically. The oversize "Manuscripts and Proofs" are listed after the first portion of "Publications."

The other section within this series, "Publications," is comprised of Barnes's writings for newspapers and magazines between 1913 and 1931. The publications are arranged alphabetically. The oversize "Publications" are listed after the oversize "manuscripts and Proofs." A complete alphabetical listing of all these publications appears as "Appendix A."

DescriptionSeriesBox / ReelFolder / Frame
Manuscripts and Proofs -- ("Aller et Retour") (Reel 15, Frame 2-47), undated series 3box 1folder 1
Manuscripts and Proofs -- ("Ann Portuguise") (Reel 15, Frame 48-155), undated series 3box 1folder 2
Manuscripts and Proofs -- (The Antiphon) -- [Early Draft Act I (partial)] (Reel 15, Frame 156-183), undated series 3box 1folder 3
Manuscripts and Proofs -- (The Antiphon) -- [Early Draft Act II] (Reel 15, Frame 184-250), undated series 3box 1folder 4
Manuscripts and Proofs -- (The Antiphon) -- ["First Copy" Act I] (Reel 15, Frame 251-292), July 1954 series 3box 1folder 5
Manuscripts and Proofs -- (The Antiphon) -- ["First Copy" Act II] (Reel 15, Frame 293-358), July 1954 series 3box 1folder 6
Manuscripts and Proofs -- (The Antiphon) -- ["First Copy" Act III] (Reel 15, Frame 359-391), July 1954 series 3box 1folder 7
Manuscripts and Proofs -- (The Antiphon) -- ["Finished . . ." Act I] (Reel 15, Frame 392-445), July 1954 series 3box 1folder 8
Manuscripts and Proofs -- (The Antiphon) -- ["Finished . . ." Act I]I (Reel 15, Frame 446-512), July 1954 series 3box 1folder 9
Manuscripts and Proofs -- (The Antiphon) -- ["Finished . . ." Act III] (Reel 15, Frame 513-546), July 1954 series 3box 1folder 10
Manuscripts and Proofs -- (The Antiphon) -- [Copy 1, Act I] (Reel 15, Frame 547-587), September 1955 series 3box 1folder 11
Manuscripts and Proofs -- (The Antiphon) -- [Copy 2 (Muir), Act I] (Reel 15, Frame 588-629), September 1955 series 3box 1folder 12
Manuscripts and Proofs -- (The Antiphon) -- [Copy 1, Act II] (Reel 15, Frame 630-706), September 1955 series 3box 1folder 13
Manuscripts and Proofs -- (The Antiphon) -- [Copy 2 (Muir), Act II] (Reel 15, Frame 707-783), September 1955 series 3box 1folder 14
Manuscripts and Proofs -- (The Antiphon) -- [Copy 1, Act III] (Reel 15, Frame 784-819), September 1955 series 3box 1folder 15
Manuscripts and Proofs -- (The Antiphon) -- [Copy 2 (Muir), Act III] (Reel 15, Frame 820-855), September 1955 series 3box 1folder 16
Manuscripts and Proofs -- (The Antiphon) -- [Copy 3 (Eliot), Act I] (Reel 15, Frame 857-892), September 1955 series 3box 2folder 1
Manuscripts and Proofs -- (The Antiphon) -- [Copy 4, Act I] (Reel 15, Frame 893-925), September 1955 series 3box 2folder 2
Manuscripts and Proofs -- (The Antiphon) -- [Copy 3 (Eliot), Act II] (Reel 15, Frame 926-1002), September 1955 series 3box 2folder 3
Manuscripts and Proofs -- (The Antiphon) -- [Copy 4, Act II] (Reel 15, Frame 1003-1079), September 1955 series 3box 2folder 4
Manuscripts and Proofs -- (The Antiphon) -- [Copy 3 (Eliot), Act III] (Reel 15, Frame 1080-1115), September 1955 series 3box 2folder 5
Manuscripts and Proofs -- (The Antiphon) -- [Copy 4, Act III] (Reel 15, Frame 1116-1152), September 1955 series 3box 2folder 6
Manuscripts and Proofs -- (The Antiphon) -- [Draft Pages] (Reel 16, Frame 2-67. Page on Reel 16, frame 63, has been moved to Series 3, Box 2, folder 10.), circa January-February 1956 series 3box 2folder 7
Manuscripts and Proofs -- (The Antiphon) -- [Act I] (Reel 16, Frame 68-104), February 1956 series 3box 2folder 8
Manuscripts and Proofs -- (The Antiphon) -- [Act II] (Reel 16, Frame 105-181), February 1956 series 3box 2folder 9
Manuscripts and Proofs -- (The Antiphon) -- [Act III] (Reel 16, Frame 182-217. Last page of this draft of Act III can be found on Reel 16, frame 63.), February 1956 series 3box 2folder 10
Manuscripts and Proofs -- (The Antiphon) -- [Miscellaneous Pages] (Reel 16, Frame 218-254), April-June 1956 series 3box 2folder 11
Manuscripts and Proofs -- (The Antiphon) -- [Poet's Theatre Act I] (Reel 16, Frame 255-299), April 1956 series 3box 2folder 12
Manuscripts and Proofs -- (The Antiphon) -- [Poet's Theatre Act II] (Reel 16, Frame 300-394), April 1956 series 3box 2folder 13
Manuscripts and Proofs -- (The Antiphon) -- [Poet's Theatre Act III] (Reel 16, Frame 395-437), April 1956 series 3box 2folder 14
Manuscripts and Proofs -- (The Antiphon) -- [Poet's Theatre Copy 1] (Reel 16, Frame 439-513), May 1956 series 3box 3folder 1
Manuscripts and Proofs -- (The Antiphon) -- [Poet's Theatre Copy 2 (Act I and II only)] (Reel 16, Frame 514-567), May 1956 series 3box 3folder 2
Manuscripts and Proofs -- (The Antiphon) -- [Poet's Theatre Copy 3 (Elisha)] (Reel 16, Frame 568-642), May 1956 series 3box 3folder 3
Manuscripts and Proofs -- (The Antiphon) -- [Poet's Theatre Copy 4 (Miranda)] (Reel 16, Frame 643-717), May 1956 series 3box 3folder 4
Manuscripts and Proofs -- (The Antiphon) -- [Poet's Theatre Copy 5 (Dudley)] (Reel 16, Frame 718-792), May 1956 series 3box 3folder 5
Manuscripts and Proofs -- (The Antiphon) -- [Poet's Theatre Copy 6 (Act III only)] (Reel 16, Frame 793-812), May 1956 series 3box 3folder 6
Manuscripts and Proofs -- (The Antiphon) -- [Copy 1, Act I] (Reel 16, Frame 813-858), June 1956 series 3box 3folder 7
Manuscripts and Proofs -- (The Antiphon) -- [Copy 2, Act I] (Reel 16, Frame 859-902), June 1956 series 3box 3folder 8
Manuscripts and Proofs -- (The Antiphon) -- [Copy 1, Act II] (Reel 16, Frame 903-998), June 1956 series 3box 3folder 9
Manuscripts and Proofs -- (The Antiphon) -- [Copy 2, Act II] (Reel 16, Frame 999-1096), June 1956 series 3box 3folder 10
Manuscripts and Proofs -- (The Antiphon) -- [Copy 1, Act III] (Reel 16, Frame 1097-1139), June 1956 series 3box 3folder 11
Manuscripts and Proofs -- (The Antiphon) -- [Copy 2, Act III] (Reel 16, Frame 1140-1180), June 1956 series 3box 3folder 12
Manuscripts and Proofs -- (The Antiphon) -- [Copy 3, Act I] (Reel 17, Frame 2-45), June 1956 series 3box 4folder 1
Manuscripts and Proofs -- (The Antiphon) -- [Copy 3, Act II] (Reel 17, Frame 46-116), June 1956 series 3box 4folder 2
Manuscripts and Proofs -- (The Antiphon) -- [Copy 3, Act III] (Reel 17, Frame 117-157), June 1956 series 3box 4folder 3
Manuscripts and Proofs -- (The Antiphon) -- ["Pages removed from Eliot's copy," Act II (1-78 only)] (Reel 17, Frame 158-236), circa June 1956 series 3box 4folder 4
Manuscripts and Proofs -- (The Antiphon) -- [Act I] (Reel 17, Frame 237-277), August 1956 series 3box 4folder 5
Manuscripts and Proofs -- (The Antiphon) -- [Act II] (Reel 17, Frame 278-348), August 1956 series 3box 4folder 6
Manuscripts and Proofs -- (The Antiphon) -- [Act III] (Reel 17, Frame 349-390), August 1956 series 3box 4folder 7
Manuscripts and Proofs -- (The Antiphon) -- [Act II (partial)] (Reel 17, Frame 391-469), August 1956 series 3box 4folder 8
Manuscripts and Proofs -- (The Antiphon) -- [Act II (rewrites)] (Reel 17, Frame 470-578), August 1956 series 3box 4folder 9
Manuscripts and Proofs -- (The Antiphon) -- [Miscellaneous Pages] (Reel 17, Frame 579-604), August 1956 series 3box 4folder 10
Manuscripts and Proofs -- (The Antiphon) -- [Page Proofs (Barnes Copy)] (Reel 17, Frame 605-673), circa 1956 series 3box 4folder 11
Manuscripts and Proofs -- (The Antiphon) -- [Page Proofs (Eliot Copy)] (Reel 17, Frame 674-806), circa 1957 series 3box 4folder 12
Manuscripts and Proofs -- (The Antiphon) -- [German Translation] (Reel 17, Frame 807-949), May 1971 series 3box 4folder 13
Manuscripts and Proofs -- (The Antiphon) -- [Corrections] (Reel 18, Frame 2-49), undated series 3box 5folder 1
Manuscripts and Proofs -- (The Antiphon) -- [Draft Pages and Notes] (Reel 18, Frame 50-78), undated series 3box 5folder 2
Manuscripts and Proofs -- (The Antiphon) -- [Draft Pages (Pre-February 1956, Act I)] (Reel 18, Frame 79-208), undated series 3box 5folder 3
Manuscripts and Proofs -- (The Antiphon) -- [Draft Pages] (Reel 18, Frame 209-277), undated series 3box 5folder 4
Manuscripts and Proofs -- (The Antiphon) -- [Draft Pages] (Reel 18, Frame 278-333), undated series 3box 5folder 5
Manuscripts and Proofs -- (The Antiphon) -- [Fragments] (Reel 18, Frame 334-339), undated series 3box 5folder 6
Manuscripts and Proofs -- (The Antiphon) -- [Notes ("Notes Toward a Definition of The Antiphon," Hammarskjöld Note, Miscellaneous)] (Reel 18, Frame 340-346), circa 1960 series 3box 5folder 7
Manuscripts and Proofs -- ("Biography of Julie von Bartmann") (Reel 18, Frame 347-445), 1924 series 3box 5folder 8
Manuscripts and Proofs -- (Book Reviews) (Reel 18, Frame 446-462), 1946 and undated series 3box 5folder 9
Manuscripts and Proofs -- ("A Boy Asks a Question") (Reel 18, Frame 463-491), undated series 3box 5folder 10
Manuscripts and Proofs -- ("Cassation") (Reel 18, Frame 492-529), undated series 3box 5folder 11
Manuscripts and Proofs -- ("The Doctors") (Reel 18, Frame 530-555), undated series 3box 5folder 12
Manuscripts and Proofs -- ("Dusie") (Reel 18, Frame 556-565), undated series 3box 5folder 13
Manuscripts and Proofs -- ("Farewell to Paris") (Reel 18, Frame 566-607), circa 1939, undated series 3box 5folder 14
Manuscripts and Proofs -- ("The Grande Malade") (Reel 18, Frame 608-642), undated series 3box 5folder 15
Manuscripts and Proofs -- ("The Hatmaker") (Reel 18, Frame 643-653), undated series 3box 5folder 16
Manuscripts and Proofs -- ("History of an American Family") (Reel 18, Frame 654-656), undated series 3box 5folder 17
Manuscripts and Proofs -- ("Indian Summer") (Reel 18, Frame 657-673), undated series 3box 5folder 18
Manuscripts and Proofs -- ("An Irish Triangle") (Reel 18, Frame 674-685), undated series 3box 5folder 19
Manuscripts and Proofs -- ("Kurzy of the Sea") (Reel 18, Frame 686-699), 1920 series 3box 5folder 20
Manuscripts and Proofs -- (Ladies Almanack) (Reel 18, Frame 700-710), 1979 and undated series 3box 5folder 21
Manuscripts and Proofs -- (A Night Among the Horses) (Reel 18, Frame 711-740), undated series 3box 5folder 22
Manuscripts and Proofs -- (Ladies Almanack) (Not in microfilm), undated series 3box 5folder 23
Manuscripts and Proofs -- (Nightwood) -- [TSR, Chapters 1-2] (Reel 19, Frame 2-66), 1935 series 3box 6folder 1
Manuscripts and Proofs -- (Nightwood) -- [TSR, Chapters 3-4] (Reel 19, Frame 67-117), 1935 series 3box 6folder 2
Manuscripts and Proofs -- (Nightwood) -- [TSR, Chapters 5-6] (Reel 19, Frame 118-160), 1935 series 3box 6folder 3
Manuscripts and Proofs -- (Nightwood) -- [TSR, Chapters 7-8] (Reel 19, Frame 161-225), 1935 series 3box 6folder 4
Manuscripts and Proofs -- (Nightwood) -- [TSC1, Chapters 1-2] (Reel 19, Frame 226-286), 1935 series 3box 6folder 5
Manuscripts and Proofs -- (Nightwood) -- [TSC1, Chapters 3-4] (Reel 19, Frame 287-320), 1935 series 3box 6folder 6
Manuscripts and Proofs -- (Nightwood) -- [TSC1, Chapters 5-6] (Reel 19, Frame 321-380), 1935 series 3box 6folder 7
Manuscripts and Proofs -- (Nightwood) -- [TSC1, Chapters 7-8] (Reel 19, Frame 381-445), 1935 series 3box 6folder 8
Manuscripts and Proofs -- (Nightwood) -- [TSC2, Chapters 1-2] (Reel 19, Frame 446-508), 1935 series 3box 6folder 9
Manuscripts and Proofs -- (Nightwood) -- [TSC2, Chapters 3-4] (Reel 19, Frame 509-559), 1935 series 3box 6folder 10
Manuscripts and Proofs -- (Nightwood) -- [TSC2, Chapters 5-6] (Reel 19, Frame 560-602), 1935 series 3box 6folder 11
Manuscripts and Proofs -- (Nightwood) -- [TSC2, Chapters 7-8] (Reel 19, Frame 603-664), 1935 series 3box 6folder 12
Manuscripts and Proofs -- (Nightwood) -- [Notes, Corrections, Miscellaneous] (Reel 19, Frame 665-675), undated series 3box 6folder 13
Manuscripts and Proofs -- (Nightwood) -- [Page Proofs] (Reel 19, Frame 676-797), 1936 series 3box 6folder 14
Manuscripts and Proofs -- (Nightwood) -- [Page Proofs] (Reel 19, Frame 799-897), undated series 3box 7folder 1
Manuscripts and Proofs -- (Nightwood) -- [Related Drafts ("Run Girls Run")] (Reel 19, Frame 898-908), undated series 3box 7folder 2
Manuscripts and Proofs -- (Nightwood) -- [Related Drafts ("Watchman . . ."; "Largo"; "La Somnambule")] (Reel 19, Frame 909-920), undated series 3box 7folder 3
Manuscripts and Proofs -- (Nightwood) -- [Related Drafts ("Where the Tree Falls"; "Go Down Matthew")] (Reel 19, Frame 921-970), undated series 3box 7folder 4
Manuscripts and Proofs -- ("No-Man's-Mare") (Reel 20, Frame 1-19), undated series 3box 7folder 5
Manuscripts and Proofs -- (Notebooks) (Reel 20, Frame 20-94), undated series 3box 7folder 6
Manuscripts and Proofs -- (Notebooks) (Reel 20, Frame 95-241), circa 1963-1964 series 3box 7folder 7
Manuscripts and Proofs -- (Notebooks) (Reel 20, Frame 242-264), 1963 and undated series 3box 7folder 8
Manuscripts and Proofs -- (Notebooks) (Reel 20, Frame 265-360), 1963 and undated series 3box 7folder 9
Manuscripts and Proofs -- (Notebooks) (Reel 20, Frame 361-443), 1958, 1961 and undated series 3box 7folder 10
Manuscripts and Proofs -- (Notes, Miscellaneous) (Reel 20, Frame 444-474), circa 1930-1980 series 3box 7folder 11
Manuscripts and Proofs -- (Notes, Miscellaneous) (Reel 20, Frame 475-618), circa 1930-1980 series 3box 7folder 12
Manuscripts and Proofs -- (Notes, Miscellaneous) (Reel 20, Frame 619-693), circa 1930-1980 series 3box 7folder 13
Manuscripts and Proofs -- (Notes, Miscellaneous) (Reel 20, Frame 694-769), circa 1930-1980 series 3box 7folder 14
Manuscripts and Proofs -- (Notes, Miscellaneous) (Reel 20, Frame 770-812), circa 1930-1980 series 3box 8folder 1
Manuscripts and Proofs -- (Notes, Miscellaneous) (Reel 20, Frame 813-902), circa 1930-1980 series 3box 8folder 2
Manuscripts and Proofs -- (Notes, Miscellaneous) -- ["Tangier," "The Sparrows," "Amiels Journal," 28 pgs. of notes] (Reel 20, Frame 903-943), circa 1930-1980 series 3box 8folder 3
Manuscripts and Proofs -- (Notes, Miscellaneous Fragments) (Reel 20, Frame 944-1005), circa 1930-1980 series 3box 8folder 4
Manuscripts and Proofs -- (Notes, Miscellaneous Fragments) (Reel 20, Frame 1006-1086), circa 1930-1980 series 3box 8folder 5
Manuscripts and Proofs -- ("Oscar") (Reel 21, Frame 2-3), undated series 3box 8folder 6
Manuscripts and Proofs -- ("The Passion") (Reel 21, Frame 4-52), circa 1956 and undated series 3box 8folder 7
Manuscripts and Proofs -- (Poetry) -- ["Antique"] (Reel 21, Frame 53-55), undated series 3box 8folder 8
Manuscripts and Proofs -- (Poetry) -- [Approved Poems] (Reel 21, Frame 56-80), 1920, 1923, 1974, 1978 and undated series 3box 8folder 9
Manuscripts and Proofs -- (Poetry) -- ["Archaic"] (Reel 21, Frame 81-84), circa 1924-1925 series 3box 8folder 10
Manuscripts and Proofs -- (Poetry) -- ["As Cried"] (Reel 21, Frame 85-130), 1966 series 3box 8folder 11
Manuscripts and Proofs -- (Poetry) -- ["As Cried"] (Reel 21, Frame 131-191), 1964-1967 and undated series 3box 8folder 12
Manuscripts and Proofs -- (Poetry) -- ["Autumn"] (Reel 21, Frame 192-193), undated series 3box 8folder 13
Manuscripts and Proofs -- (Poetry) -- ["Continuation of the Poem of Michael Angelo"] (Reel 21, Frame 194-196), undated series 3box 8folder 14
Manuscripts and Proofs -- (Poetry) -- [Creatures In an Alphabet (Uncorrected Proof)] (Reel 21, Frame 197-207), 1982 series 3box 8folder 15
Manuscripts and Proofs -- (Poetry) -- ["Death and the Boy"] (Reel 21, Frame 208-210), undated series 3box 8folder 16
Manuscripts and Proofs -- (Poetry) -- ["Death and the Wood" ("Death/Betrayal in the Wood")] (Reel 21, Frame 211-214), undated series 3box 8folder 17
Manuscripts and Proofs -- (Poetry) -- ["Dereliction"] (Reel 21, Frame 215-315), circa 1967-1974 series 3box 8folder 18
Manuscripts and Proofs -- (Poetry) -- ["Dereliction"] (Reel 21, Frame 316-376), circa 1967-1974 series 3box 8folder 19
Manuscripts and Proofs -- (Poetry) -- ["Dereliction"] (Reel 21, Frame 377-435), circa 1967-1974 series 3box 8folder 20
Manuscripts and Proofs -- (Poetry) -- ["Discant (Descant)"] (Reel 21, Frame 437-502), 1970 and undated series 3box 9folder 1
Manuscripts and Proofs -- (Poetry) -- ["The Duel"] (Reel 21, Frame 503-507), undated series 3box 9folder 2
Manuscripts and Proofs -- (Poetry) -- ["Exodus"] (Reel 21, Frame 508-509), undated series 3box 9folder 3
Manuscripts and Proofs -- (Poetry) -- [Faber and Faber Poems] (Reel 21, Frame 510-519), 1970 series 3box 9folder 4
Manuscripts and Proofs -- (Poetry) -- ["Fall Out"] (Reel 21, Frame 520-523), undated series 3box 9folder 5
Manuscripts and Proofs -- (Poetry) -- ["Figures in an Alphabet"] (Reel 21, Frame 524-571), circa 1972-1982 series 3box 9folder 6
Manuscripts and Proofs -- (Poetry) -- ["Figures in an Alphabet"] (Reel 21, Frame 572-629), circa 1972-1982 series 3box 9folder 7
Manuscripts and Proofs -- (Poetry) -- ["Figures in an Alphabet"] (Reel 21, Frame 630-699), circa 1972-1982 series 3box 9folder 8
Manuscripts and Proofs -- (Poetry) -- ["Finis"] (Reel 21, Frame 700-701), undated series 3box 9folder 9
Manuscripts and Proofs -- (Poetry) -- ["The Fox"] (Reel 21, Frame 702-703), undated series 3box 9folder 10
Manuscripts and Proofs -- (Poetry) -- ["Fragments"] (Reel 21, Frame 704-717), 1969 and undated series 3box 9folder 11
Manuscripts and Proofs -- (Poetry) -- ["Galerie Religieuse"] (Reel 21, Frame 718-722), circa 1924-1925 and ca. 1960-1962 series 3box 9folder 12
Manuscripts and Proofs -- (Poetry) -- [General] (Reel 21, Frame 723-763), 1967-1971 and undated series 3box 9folder 13
Manuscripts and Proofs -- (Poetry) -- [General] (Reel 21, Frame 764-821), 1965-1980 and undated series 3box 9folder 14
Manuscripts and Proofs -- (Poetry) -- ["Hunting Song/Tally-Hoo"] (Reel 21, Frame 822-825), undated series 3box 9folder 15
Manuscripts and Proofs -- (Poetry) -- ["I'd Have You Think of Me"/"Then Think of Me"] (Reel 21, Frame 826-828), undated series 3box 9folder 16
Manuscripts and Proofs -- (Poetry) -- ["Jackdaw"] (Reel 21, Frame 829-855), 1965 and undated series 3box 9folder 17
Manuscripts and Proofs -- (Poetry) -- ["Lament of Women"] (Reel 21, Frame 856-860), circa 1918 series 3box 9folder 18
Manuscripts and Proofs -- (Poetry) -- ["Laughing Lamentations"] (Reel 21, Frame 861-932), 1964-1966 series 3box 9folder 19
Manuscripts and Proofs -- (Poetry) -- ["Laughing Lamentations"] (Reel 21, Frame 933-983), 1967 series 3box 9folder 20
Manuscripts and Proofs -- (Poetry) -- ["Laughing Lamentations"] (Reel 21, Frame 984-1060), undated series 3box 9folder 21
Manuscripts and Proofs -- (Poetry) -- ["Love and the Beast"] (Reel 22, Frame 1.1-2), undated series 3box 9folder 22
Manuscripts and Proofs -- (Poetry) -- ["Love and the Bird"] (Reel 22, Frame 3-4), circa 1923-1928 series 3box 9folder 23
Manuscripts and Proofs -- (Poetry) -- ["Marine"] (Reel 22, Frame 5-6), undated series 3box 9folder 24
Manuscripts and Proofs -- (Poetry) -- [Miscellaneous Completed Poems] (Reel 22, Frame 7-26), 1973-1978 and undated series 3box 9folder 25
Manuscripts and Proofs -- (Poetry) -- ["Nativity"] (Reel 22, Frame 27-37), 1970-1976 and undated series 3box 9folder 26
Manuscripts and Proofs -- (Poetry) -- ["Obsequies"] (Reel 22, Frame 38-46), 1973-1975 series 3box 9folder 27
Manuscripts and Proofs -- (Poetry) -- ["Parthenogenesis"] (Reel 22, Frame 47-68), 1970-1974 and undated series 3box 9folder 28
Manuscripts and Proofs -- (Poetry) -- ["Pastoral"] (Reel 22, Frame 69-70), undated series 3box 9folder 29
Manuscripts and Proofs -- (Poetry) -- ["Phantom Spring"] (Reel 22, Frame 71-108), 1970-1974 and undated series 3box 9folder 30
Manuscripts and Proofs -- (Poetry) -- ["Phantom Spring"] (Reel 22, Frame 110-177), 1969-1974 and undated series 3box 10folder 1
Manuscripts and Proofs -- (Poetry) -- ["The Ponder Rose"] (Reel 22, Frame 178-245), 1966-1967 and undated series 3box 10folder 2
Manuscripts and Proofs -- (Poetry) -- ["Portrait of a Lady Walking"] (Reel 22, Frame 246-249), circa 1924-1929 series 3box 10folder 3
Manuscripts and Proofs -- (Poetry) -- ["Quarry"] (Reel 22, Frame 250-265), circa 1967-1969 series 3box 10folder 4
Manuscripts and Proofs -- (Poetry) -- ["Rakehell"] (Reel 22, Frame 266-283), 1962-1966 and undated series 3box 10folder 5
Manuscripts and Proofs -- (Poetry) -- ["Requiem"] (Reel 22, Frame 284-286), circa 1923-1928 series 3box 10folder 6
Manuscripts and Proofs -- (Poetry) -- ["Rite of Spring"] (Reel 22, Frame 287-324), circa 1971-1981 series 3box 10folder 7
Manuscripts and Proofs -- (Poetry) -- ["Rite of Spring"] (Reel 22, Frame 325-365), circa 1971-1981 series 3box 10folder 8
Manuscripts and Proofs -- (Poetry) -- ["Rite of Spring"] (Reel 22, Frame 366-445), circa 1971-1981 series 3box 10folder 9
Manuscripts and Proofs -- (Poetry) -- ["Rite of Spring"] (Reel 22, Frame 476-475), circa 1971-1981 series 3box 10folder 10
Manuscripts and Proofs -- (Poetry) -- ["Rite of Spring"] (Reel 22, Frame 476-524), circa 1971-1981 series 3box 10folder 11
Manuscripts and Proofs -- (Poetry) -- ["Rite of Spring"] (Reel 22, Frame 525-598), circa 1971-1981 series 3box 10folder 12
Manuscripts and Proofs -- (Poetry) -- ["Satires"] (Reel 22, Frame 599-692), circa 1965-1968 series 3box 10folder 13
Manuscripts and Proofs -- (Poetry) -- ["Satires"] (Reel 22, Frame 693-767), circa 1965-1968 series 3box 10folder 14
Manuscripts and Proofs -- (Poetry) -- ["Satires"] (Reel 22, Frame 768-848), circa 1965-1968 series 3box 10folder 15
Manuscripts and Proofs -- (Poetry) -- ["Satires"] (Reel 22, Frame 849-890), circa 1965-1968 series 3box 10folder 16
Manuscripts and Proofs -- (Poetry) -- ["Saying 'Love!'"] (Reel 22, Frame 891-892), undated series 3box 10folder 17
Manuscripts and Proofs -- (Poetry) -- ["--- Spring"] (Reel 22, Frame 893-945), 1968-1974 and undated series 3box 10folder 18
Manuscripts and Proofs -- (Poetry) -- ["Summer for Chaucer"] (Reel 23, Frame 2-3), undated series 3box 11folder 1
Manuscripts and Proofs -- (Poetry) -- ["There is No Gender . . ."] (Reel 23, Frame 4-25), 1967-1974 and undated series 3box 11folder 2
Manuscripts and Proofs -- (Poetry) -- ["There Should Be Gardens . . ."] (Reel 23, Frame 26-57), 1967-1977 and undated series 3box 11folder 3
Manuscripts and Proofs -- (Poetry) -- ["Tom Fool"] (Reel 23, Frame 58-70), 1966-1967 and undated series 3box 11folder 4
Manuscripts and Proofs -- (Poetry) -- ["Transfiguration"] (Reel 23, Frame 71-82), 1938, 1948-1949 and undated series 3box 11folder 5
Manuscripts and Proofs -- (Poetry) -- [Untitled (Miscellaneous)] (Reel 23, Frame 83-144), 1967, 1975 and undated series 3box 11folder 6
Manuscripts and Proofs -- (Poetry) -- [Untitled (Miscellaneous)] (Reel 23, Frame 145-213), 1964-1975 and undated series 3box 11folder 7
Manuscripts and Proofs -- (Poetry) -- ["Viaticum"] (Reel 23, Frame 214-234), 1974-1977 and undated series 3box 11folder 8
Manuscripts and Proofs -- (Poetry) -- ["Virgin Spring"] (Reel 23, Frame 235-300), circa 1968-1974 series 3box 11folder 9
Manuscripts and Proofs -- (Poetry) -- ["Virgin Spring"] (Reel 23, Frame 301-359), circa 1968-1974 series 3box 11folder 10
Manuscripts and Proofs -- (Poetry) -- ["Virgin Spring"] (Reel 23, Frame 360-414), circa 1968-1974 series 3box 11folder 11
Manuscripts and Proofs -- (Poetry) -- ["Walking-Mort"] (Reel 23, Frame 415-432), 1966, 1970 and n.d series 3box 11folder 12
Manuscripts and Proofs -- ("Pomp") (Reel 23, Frame 433-440), undated series 3box 11folder 13
Manuscripts and Proofs -- ("The Queen was in the Pantry") (Reel 23, Frame 441-455), undated series 3box 11folder 14
Manuscripts and Proofs -- ("The Rabbit") (Reel 23, Frame 456-489), undated series 3box 11folder 15
Manuscripts and Proofs -- (Ryder) -- [Page Proofs] (Reel 23, Frame 490-667), 1979 series 3box 11folder 16
Manuscripts and Proofs -- ("Saturnalia") (Reel 23, Frame 668-681), undated series 3box 11folder 17
Manuscripts and Proofs -- (Selected Works) (Reel 23, Frame 682-683), 1962 series 3box 11folder 18
Manuscripts and Proofs -- ("Spillway" [short story]) (Reel 23, Frame 684-725), undated series 3box 11folder 19
Manuscripts and Proofs -- (Spillway [collection]) -- ["The Grande Malade," "Cassation," "A Night Among the Horses," "Aller et Retour," "The Valet"] (Reel 23, Frame 726-781), circa 1960 series 3box 11folder 20
Manuscripts and Proofs -- (Spillway [collection]) -- ["The Rabbit," "The Doctors," "A Boy Asks a Question," "The Passion," "Spillway"] (Reel 23, Frame 782-837), circa 1960 series 3box 11folder 21
Manuscripts and Proofs -- (Spillway [collection]) -- [Page Proofs] (Reel 23, Frame 839-893), 1962 series 3box 12folder 1
Manuscripts and Proofs -- ("Vagaries Malicieux") (Reel 23, Frame 894-904), circa 1922 series 3box 12folder 2
Manuscripts and Proofs -- ("The Valet") (Reel 23, Frame 905-947), undated series 3box 12folder 3
Manuscripts and Proofs -- ("War in Paris") (Reel 23, Frame 948-975), 1939-1940 series 3box 12folder 4
Publications -- ("Against Nature") -- [Vanity Fair] (Reel 24, Frame 2-5), August 1922 series 3box 12folder 5
Publications -- ("Alla Nazimova") -- [Theatre Guild Magazine] (Reel 24, Frame 6-10), June 1930 series 3box 12folder 6
Publications -- ("Aller et Retour") -- [Transatlantic Review] (Reel 24, Frame 11-17), April 1924 series 3box 12folder 7
Publications -- ("Arab-Morocco") -- [Hearst's International—lCosmopolitan] (Reel 24, Frame 18-21), July 1934 series 3box 12folder 8
Publications -- ("A Bit of Indiscretion") -- [Charm] (Reel 24, Frame 22-25), August 1925 series 3box 12folder 9
Publications -- ("The Book of Repulsive Women") -- [Bruno Chap Books] (Reel 24, Frame 26-39), November 1915 (Online) series 3box 12folder 10
Publications -- ("Chester Erskin") -- [Theatre Guild Magazine] (Reel 24, Frame 40-43), July and August 1930 series 3box 12folder 11
Publications -- ("Crystals") -- [New Republic] (Reel 24, Frame 44-48), 20 June 1923 series 3box 12folder 12
Publications -- ("The Days of Jig Cook") -- [Theatre Guild Magazine] (Reel 24, Frame 49-53), January 1929 series 3box 12folder 13
Publications -- ("The Dear Dead Days") -- [Theatre Guild Magazine] (Reel 24, Frame 54-58), February 1929 series 3box 12folder 14
Publications -- ("Dempsey Welcomes Women Fans") (Reel 24, Frame 59-60), circa 1921 (Online) series 3box 12folder 15
Publications -- ("Diary of a Dangerous Child") -- [Vanity Fair] (Reel 24, Frame 61-63), July 1922 series 3box 12folder 16
Publications -- ("Dr. Matthew O'Connor" [German Translation of chapter of Nightwood]) -- [Das Lot] (Reel 24, Frame 64-86), June 1952 series 3box 12folder 17
Publications -- ("A Duel Without Seconds") -- [Vanity Fair] (Reel 24, Frame 87-89), November 1929 series 3box 12folder 18
Publications -- ("Dusie") -- [Americana Esoterica] (Reel 24, Frame 90-99), 1927 series 3box 12folder 19
Publications -- ("The First of April") -- [Vanity Fair] (Reel 24, Frame 100-102), March 1930 series 3box 12folder 20
Publications -- ("Five Thousand Miles") -- [Vanity Fair] (Reel 24, Frame 103-104), March 1923 series 3box 12folder 21
Publications -- ("A French Couturiere to Youth") -- [Charm] (Reel 24, Frame 105-108), March 1925 series 3box 12folder 22
Publications -- ("French Etiquette for Foreigners") -- [Charm] (Reel 24, Frame 109-112), January 1927 series 3box 12folder 23
Publications -- ("A French General of Fashion") -- [Charm] (Reel 24, Frame 113-116), January 1925 series 3box 12folder 24
Publications -- ("The Green Pastures") -- [Theatre Guild Magazine] (Reel 24, Frame 117-120), May 1930 series 3box 12folder 25
Publications -- ("Greenwich Village As It Is") -- [Pearson's Magazine] (Reel 24, Frame 121-127), October 1916 series 3box 12folder 26
Publications -- ("Hamlet's Custard Pie") -- [Theatre Guild Magazine] (Reel 24, Frame 128-134), July 1930 series 3box 12folder 27
Publications -- ("His World's a Stage") -- [Theatre Guild Magazine] (Reel 24, Frame 135-141), June 1931 series 3box 12folder 28
Publications -- ("How the Woman in Love Should Dress") -- [Charm] (Reel 24, Frame 142-144), October 1925 series 3box 12folder 29
Publications -- ("An Irish Triangle") -- [Playboy] (Reel 24, Frame 145-149), May 1921 series 3box 12folder 30
Publications -- ("I've Always Suffered from Sirens") -- [Theatre Guild Magazine] (Reel 24, Frame 150-153), March 1931 series 3box 12folder 31
Publications -- ("Just Getting the Breaks") -- [Theatre Guild Magazine] (Reel 24, Frame 154-157), April 1930 series 3box 12folder 32
Publications -- ("Just Lately Drummer Boy") -- [Trend] (Reel 24, Frame 158-159), October 1914 series 3box 12folder 33
Publications -- ("Lament for the Left Bank") -- [Town and Country] (Reel 24, Frame 160-166), December 1941 series 3box 12folder 34
Publications -- ("Last Petit Souper") -- [Bruno's Weekly] (Reel 24, Frame 167-173), 29 April 1916 series 3box 12folder 35
Publications -- ("The Letter That Was Never Mailed") -- [Vanity Fair] (Reel 24, Frame 174-177), December 1929 series 3box 12folder 36
Publications -- ("Lines to a Lady") -- [All-Story Weekly] (Reel 24, Frame 178-179), 1 June 1918 series 3box 12folder 37
Publications -- ("Little Drops of Rain") -- [Vanity Fair] (Reel 24, Frame 180-184), September 1922 series 3box 12folder 38
Publications -- ("Lord Alfred and Lady Lynn") -- [Theatre Guild Magazine] (Reel 24, Frame 185-187), March 1930 series 3box 12folder 39
Publications -- ("Madame Collects Herself") -- [Parisienne] (Reel 24, Frame 188-191), June 1918 series 3box 12folder 40
Publications -- ("The Models Have Come to Town") -- [Charm] (Reel 24, Frame 192-196), November 1924 series 3box 12folder 41
Publications -- ("Mordecai Gorelik") -- [Theatre Guild Magazine] (Reel 24, Frame 197-201), February 1931 series 3box 12folder 42
Publications -- ("Naming the Rose") -- [Shadowland] (Reel 24, Frame 202-204), May 1923 series 3box 12folder 43
Publications -- ("Nothing After Midnight") -- [Physical Culture] (Reel 24, Frame 205-209), September 1931 series 3box 12folder 44
Publications -- ("On Returning from Abroad") -- [Charm] (Reel 24, Frame 210-213), October 1928 series 3box 12folder 45
Publications -- ("Paprika Johnson") -- [Trend] (Reel 24, Frame 214-220), January 1915 series 3box 12folder 46
Publications -- ("Part Victory, Part Defeat at Suffrage Aviation Meet") -- [Brooklyn Daily Eagle] (Reel 24, Frame 221-222), 7 September 1913 series 3box 12folder 47
Publications -- ("The Passion") -- [Transatlantic Review] (Reel 24, Frame 223-230), November 1924 series 3box 12folder 48
Publications -- ("Passion Play") -- [Others] (Reel 24, Frame 231-246), February 1918 series 3box 12folder 49
Publications -- ("A Philosopher Among Russian Dancers") -- [Bruno's Weekly] (Reel 24, Frame 247-248), 29 January 1916 series 3box 12folder 50
Publications -- ("The Philosophy of Elimination") -- [Trend] (Reel 24, Frame 249-254), September 1914 series 3box 12folder 51
Publications -- ("Portrait of a Crook") -- [Theatre Guild Magazine] (Reel 24, Frame 255-259), April 1929 series 3box 12folder 52
Publications -- ("Quarry") -- [New Yorker] (Reel 24, Frame 260-261), 27 December 1969 series 3box 12folder 53
Publications -- ("Renunciation") -- [Smart Set] (Reel 24, Frame 263-269), October 1918 series 3box 13folder 1
Publications -- ("Reproving Africa") -- [New Yorker] (Reel 24, Frame 270-273), 5 May 1928 series 3box 13folder 2
Publications -- ("Rome and the Little Theatre") -- [Charm] (Reel 24, Frame 274-278), August 1926 series 3box 13folder 3
Publications -- ("Run Girls, Run") -- [Caravel] (Reel 24, Frame 279-290), March 1936 series 3box 13folder 4
Publications -- ("Selections from Letters of Elsa von Freytag-Loringhoven") -- [transition (Copy 1, Folder 1 of 2)] (Reel 24, Frame 291-308), February 1928 series 3box 13folder 5
Publications -- ("Selections from Letters of Elsa von Freytag-Loringhoven") -- [transition (Copy 1, Folder 2 of 2)] (Reel 24, Frame 309-310), February 1928 series 3box 13folder 6
Publications -- ("Selections from Letters of Elsa von Freytag-Loringhoven") -- [transition (Copy 2, Folder 1 of 2)] (Reel 24, Frame 311-312), February 1928 series 3box 13folder 7
Publications -- ("Selections from Letters of Elsa von Freytag-Loringhoven") -- [transition (Copy 2, Folder 2 of 2)] (Reel 24, Frame 313-314), February 1928 series 3box 13folder 8
Publications -- ("She Tells Her Daughter") -- [Smart Set] (Reel 24, Frame 315-319), November 1923 series 3box 13folder 9
Publications -- ("The Stage Sets the Style") -- [Theatre Guild Magazine] (Reel 24, Frame 320-322), October 1930 series 3box 13folder 10
Publications -- ("Ten Minute Plays II: Two Ladies Take Tea" and "Ten Minutes Plays VI: The Beauty") -- [Shadowland] (Reel 24, Frame 323-327), April 1923 and October 1923 series 3box 13folder 11
Publications -- ("This Yearning for Solitude") -- [Charm] (Reel 24, Frame 328-331), July 1926 series 3box 13folder 12
Publications -- ("Three from the Earth") -- [A Book] (Reel 24, Frame 332-342), 1923 series 3box 13folder 13
Publications -- ("The Tireless Rachel Crothers") -- [Theatre Guild Magazine] (Reel 24, Frame 343-345), May 1931 series 3box 13folder 14
Publications -- ("Tragedy in a Zoo") (Reel 24, Frame 346-347), undated series 3box 13folder 15
Publications -- ("Transfiguration") -- [London Bulletin] (Reel 24, Frame 348-350), June 1938 series 3box 13folder 16
Publications -- ("Two Poems") -- [The Dial] (Reel 24, Frame 351-355), April 1920 series 3box 13folder 17
Publications -- ("Uplift of Woman, Man's Work") -- [Brooklyn Daily Eagle] (Reel 24, Frame 356-357), 24 October 1913 series 3box 13folder 18
Publications -- ("Vagaries Malicieux") -- [Double Dealer] (Reel 24, Frame 358-370), May 1922 series 3box 13folder 19
Publications -- ("Vampire Women") -- [Vanity Fair] (Reel 24, Frame 371-372), July 1915 series 3box 13folder 20
Publications -- ("Veterans in Harness; No. 2—Conductor 'Kidd' Connors; 40 Years Ringing Up Fares") -- [Brooklyn Daily Eagle] (Reel 24, Frame 373-375), 19 October 1913 series 3box 13folder 21
Publications -- ("The Wanton Playgoer") -- [Theatre Guild Magazine] (Reel 24, Frame 376-396), April–September 1931 series 3box 13folder 22
Publications -- ("The Washington Square Players") -- [New York Morning Telegraph Sunday Magazine] (Reel 24, Frame 397-403), 3 December 1916 series 3box 13folder 23
Publications -- ("Water-Ice") -- [Vanity Fair] (Reel 24, Frame 404-405), July 1923 series 3box 13folder 24
Publications -- ("What Is Good Form in Dying") -- [Vanity Fair] (Reel 24, Frame 406-408), June 1923 series 3box 13folder 25
Publications -- ("When Stock Was Work") -- [Theatre Guild Magazine] (Reel 24, Frame 409-411), February 1930 series 3box 13folder 26
Publications -- ("Why Actors") -- [Theatre Guild Magazine] (Reel 24, Frame 412-415), December 1929 series 3box 13folder 27
Publications -- ("The Woman Who Goes Abroad to Forget") -- [New Yorker] (Reel 24, Frame 416-418), 8 December 1928 series 3box 13folder 28
Manuscripts and Proofs -- (The Antiphon) -- [Poet's Theatre Copy] (Reel 24, Frame 419-495; MC 8, DR 1), May 1956 series 3box 14folder 1
Manuscripts and Proofs -- (Selected Works) -- [Antiphon (Page Proofs; Copy 1)] (Reel 24, Frame 496-613; MC 8, DR 1), 1961 series 3box 14folder 2
Manuscripts and Proofs -- (Selected Works) -- [Antiphon (Page Proofs; Copy 2)] (Reel 24, Frame 614-726; MC 8, DR 1), 1961 series 3box 14folder 3
Manuscripts and Proofs -- (Selected Works) -- [Nightwood (Page Proofs; Copy 1)] (Reel 25, Frame 1-109; MC 8, DR 2), 1961 series 3box 15folder 1
Manuscripts and Proofs -- (Selected Works) -- [Nightwood (Page Proofs; Copy 2)] (Reel 25, Frame 110-214; MC 8, DR 2), 1961 series 3box 15folder 2
Manuscripts and Proofs -- (Selected Works) -- [Nightwood (Page Proofs; Copy 3)] (Reel 25, Frame 215-323; MC 8, DR 2), 1961 series 3box 15folder 3
Manuscripts and Proofs -- (Selected Works) -- [Spillway (Page Proofs; Copy 1)] (Reel 25, Frame 324-383; MC 8, DR 2), 1961 series 3box 15folder 4
Manuscripts and Proofs -- (Selected Works) -- [Spillway (Page Proofs; Copy 2)] (Reel 25, Frame 384-465; MC 8, DR 2), 1961 series 3box 15folder 5
Manuscripts and Proofs -- (Selected Works) -- [Spillway (Page Proofs; Copy 3)] (Reel 25, Frame 466-534; MC 8, DR 2), 1961 series 3box 15folder 6
Manuscripts and Proofs -- (Selected Works) -- [Complete page proofs] (Reel 26, Frame 1-96; MC 8, DR 2), 1962 series 3box 16folder 1
Manuscripts and Proofs -- (Selected Works) -- [Miscellaneous page proofs; incomplete sets] (Reel 26, Frame 97-344; MC 8, DR 2), 1961-1962 series 3box 16folder 2
Publications -- ("Arbuckle 'Floating Hotel' to Be Closed Because Location is Unsafe for Girls") -- [Brooklyn Daily Eagle] (Reel 27, Frame 1-2; MC 8, DR 3), 28 September 1913 series 3box 17folder 1
Publications -- ("The Artist's Place in War") -- [New York Morning Telegraph Sunday Magazine] (Reel 27, Frame 3-5; MC 8, DR 4), 17 June 1917 series 3box 17folder 2
Publications -- ("At the Roots of the Stars") -- [New York Morning Telegraph Sunday Magazine] (Reel 27, Frame 6-7; MC 8, DR 3), 11 February 1917 series 3box 17folder 3
Publications -- ("Becoming Intimate with the Bohemians") -- [New York Morning Telegraph Sunday Magazine] (Reel 27, Frame 8-10; MC 8, DR 3), 19 November 1916 series 3box 17folder 4
Publications -- ("Charles Rann Kennedy Explains Meaning of Tangoism") -- [New York Press] (Reel 27, Frame 11-12; MC 8, DR 3), 29 March 1914 series 3box 17folder 5
Publications -- ("City's Camp Community Service Effective in Giving Our Boys Home Comforts") -- [New York Sun Magazine] (Reel 27, Frame 13-15; MC 8, DR 3), 19 May 1918 series 3box 17folder 6
Publications -- ("Come into the Roof-Garden, Maud") -- [New York Press] (Reel 27, Frame 16-17; MC 8, DR 3), 14 June 1914 series 3box 17folder 7
Publications -- ("Commissioner Enright and M. Voltaire") -- [New York Sun Magazine] (Reel 27, Frame 18-19; MC 8, DR 3), 17 March 1918 series 3box 17folder 8
Publications -- ("The Confessions of Helen Westley") -- [New York Morning Telegraph Sunday Magazine] (Reel 27, Frame 20-21; MC 8, DR 3), 23 September 1917 series 3box 17folder 9
Publications -- ("The Coward") -- [New York Morning Telegraph Sunday Magazine] (Reel 27, Frame 22-23; MC 8, DR 3), 26 August 1917 series 3box 17folder 10
Publications -- ("Crumpets and Tea") -- [New York Morning Telegraph Sunday Magazine] (Reel 27, Frame 24-25; MC 8, DR 3), 24 June 1917 series 3box 17folder 11
Publications -- ("David Belasco Dreams") -- [New York Morning Telegraph Sunday Magazine] (Reel 27, Frame 26-27; MC 8, DR 3), 31 December 1916 series 3box 17folder 12
Publications -- ("David Warfield—Optimist") -- [New York Morning Telegraph Sunday Magazine] (Reel 27, Frame 28-29; MC 8, DR 3), 14 January 1917 series 3box 17folder 13
Publications -- ("Day with the 'Kiddies' at the Herriman Home" also contains "The People and the Sea; How They Get Together") -- [Brooklyn Daily Eagle] (Reel 27, Frame 30-33; MC 8, DR 3), 10 August 1913 series 3box 17folder 14
Publications -- ("The Death of Life") -- [New York Morning Telegraph Sunday Magazine] (Reel 27, Frame 34-35; MC 8, DR 3), 17 December 1916 series 3box 17folder 15
Publications -- ("Diamond Jim Brady Says Reason He Attends First Night Performance Is to Forestall the Man Who Invariably Wastes His Time By Asking 'Have You Seen So and So?'") -- [New York Press] (Reel 27, Frame 36-37.1; MC 8, DR 3), 10 May 1914 series 3box 17folder 16
Publications -- ("Do You Want To Be a Movie Actress?") -- [McCall's] (Reel 27, Frame 38-42; MC 8, DR 3), February 1925 series 3box 17folder 17
Publications -- ("Doing the Dunes") -- [New York Morning Telegraph Sunday Magazine] (Reel 27, Frame 43-44; MC 8, DR 3), 9 September 1917 series 3box 17folder 18
Publications -- ("The Dreamer") -- [Harper's Weekly] (Reel 27, Frame 45-47; MC 8, DR 3), 24 June 1911 series 3box 17folder 19
Publications -- ("The Earth") -- [New York Morning Telegraph Sunday Magazine] (Reel 27, Frame 48-49; MC 8, DR 3), 10 June 1917 series 3box 17folder 20
Publications -- ("Farre, Painter to the Cavalry of the Air") -- [New York Sun Magazine] (Reel 27, Frame 50-56.1; MC 8, DR 3), 24 February 1918 series 3box 17folder 21
Publications -- ("Fashion Show Makes Girl Regret Life Isn't All Redfern and Skittles") -- [New York Press] (Reel 27, Frame 57-58; MC 8, DR 3), 25 April 1915 series 3box 17folder 22
Publications -- ("Fate—The Pacemaker") -- [New York Morning Telegraph Sunday Magazine] (Reel 27, Frame 59-60; MC 8, DR 3), 22 July 1917 series 3box 17folder 23
Publications -- ("Flo Ziegfeld Says He Selects His Chorus Girls by Looking at Their Feet and Hands; Never Listens to Their Voices, Because Good Singers Seldom Have Beautiful Faces") -- [New York Press] (Reel 27, Frame 61-63; MC 8, DR 3), 24 May 1914 series 3box 17folder 24
Publications -- ("Found on the Bowery") -- [New York Morning Telegraph Sunday Magazine] (Reel 27, Frame 64-65; MC 8, DR 3), 21 January 1917 series 3box 17folder 25
Publications -- ("The Girl and the Gorilla") -- [New York World Magazine] (Reel 27, Frame 66-68; MC 8, DR 3), 18 October 1914 (Online) series 3box 17folder 26
Publications -- ("Giving Advice on Life and Pictures") -- [New York Morning Telegraph Sunday Magazine] (Reel 27, Frame 69-70; MC 8, DR 3), 25 February 1917 (Online) series 3box 17folder 27
Publications -- ("Great Success Has Made Joan Sawyer Timid") -- [New York Press] (Reel 27, Frame 71-73; MC 8, DR 3), 26 July 1914 series 3box 17folder 28
Publications -- ("Guardabassi, Soldier, Singer and Artist") -- [New York Sun Magazine] (Reel 27, Frame 74-76; MC 8, DR 3), 7 April 1918 series 3box 17folder 29
Publications -- ("The Head of Babylon") -- [New York Morning Telegraph Sunday Magazine] (Reel 27, Frame 77-78; MC 8, DR 3), 1 July 1917 series 3box 17folder 30
Publications -- ("The Hem of Manhattan") -- [New York Morning Telegraph Sunday Magazine] (Reel 27, Frame 79-80; MC 8, DR 3), 29 July 1917 (Online) series 3box 17folder 31
Publications -- ("How It Feels To Be Forcibly Fed") -- [New York World Magazine] (Reel 27, Frame 81-82; MC 8, DR 3), 6 September 1914 (Online) series 3box 17folder 32
Publications -- ("How the Villagers Amuse Themselves") -- [New York Morning Telegraph Sunday Magazine] (Reel 27, Frame 83-84; MC 8, DR 3), 26 November 1916 (Online) series 3box 17folder 33
Publications -- ("'I'm Plain Mary Jones of U.S.A.,' Insists 'Mother' Jones") -- [New York Press Magazine] (Reel 27, Frame 85-86; MC 8, DR 3), 7 February 1915 series 3box 17folder 34
Publications -- ("Indian Summer") -- [New York Morning Telegraph Sunday Magazine] (Reel 27, Frame 87-88; MC 8, DR 3), 14 October 1917 series 3box 17folder 35
Publications -- ("Interviewing Arthur Voegtlin Is Something Like Having a Nightmare") -- [New York Press] (Reel 27, Frame 89-95; MC 8, DR 3), 19 July 1914 series 3box 17folder 36
Publications -- ("Introducing Monsieur Copeau") -- [New York Morning Telegraph Sunday Magazine] (Reel 27, Frame 96-99; MC 8, DR 3), 3 June 1917 series 3box 17folder 37
Publications -- ("Irvin Cobb Boasts He Is Still Just a Country Boy") -- [New York Press] (Reel 27, Frame 100-101; MC 8, DR 3), 28 March 1915 series 3box 17folder 38
Publications -- ("James Joyce") -- [Vanity Fair] (Reel 27, Frame 102-106; MC 8, DR 3), March 1922 series 3box 17folder 39
Publications -- ("Jess Willard Says Girls Will Be Boxing for a Living Soon") -- [Vanity Fair] (Reel 27, Frame 107-109; MC 8, DR 3), 25 April 1915 (Online) series 3box 17folder 40
Publications -- ("The Jest of Jests") -- [New York Morning Telegraph Sunday Magazine] (Reel 27, Frame 110-111; MC 8, DR 3), 1 April 1917 series 3box 17folder 41
Publications -- ("The Journal of Marie Makemischieff") -- [Chicago Tribune and the Daily News, European Edition] (Reel 27, Frame 112-117; MC 8, DR 3), 23 March 1924 series 3box 17folder 42
Publications -- ("Knickerbocker Almanac 1931") -- [New York World Magazine] (Reel 27, Frame 118-120; MC 8, DR 3), 8 February 1931 series 3box 17folder 43
Publications -- ("Mad, Bad, Glad Raymond Hitchcock, with a Hundred Shattered Reputations, Is Beloved of His Wife's Kin") -- [New York Press] (Reel 27, Frame 121-122; MC 8, DR 3), 26 July 1914 series 3box 17folder 44
Publications -- ("Maggie of the Saints") -- [New York Morning Telegraph Sunday Magazine] (Reel 27, Frame 123-124; MC 8, DR 3), 28 October 1917 (Online) series 3box 17folder 45
Publications -- ("Many Want Babies; How About Yourself") -- [Brooklyn Daily Eagle] (Reel 27, Frame 125-126; MC 8, DR 4), 19 October 1913 (Online) series 3box 17folder 46
Publications -- ("Monsieur Ampee") -- [New York Morning Telegraph] (Reel 27, Frame 127-128; MC 8, DR 4), 16 September 1917 series 3box 17folder 47
Publications -- ("A Night in the Woods") -- [New York Morning Telegraph Sunday Magazine] (Reel 27, Frame 129-130; MC 8, DR 4), 21 October 1917 series 3box 17folder 48
Publications -- ("No Darwin Wanted at Servants' Club) -- [Brooklyn Daily Eagle] (Reel 27, Frame 131-132; MC 8, DR 4), 12 October 1913 (Online) series 3box 17folder 49
Publications -- ("Nothing Ever Done Well That Wasn't Planned in Bed, Declares Wilson Mizner") -- [New York Press] (Reel 27, Frame 133-135; MC 8, DR 4), 14 June 1914 series 3box 17folder 50
Publications -- ("The Old-New Servant Problem, and [Maybe] Its Solution!") -- [Brooklyn Daily Eagle] (Reel 27, Frame 136-137; MC 8, DR 4), 7 September 1913 (Online) series 3box 17folder 51
Publications -- ("The Old Theatre in New Attire") -- [New York Morning Telegraph Sunday Magazine] (Reel 27, Frame 138-139; MC 8, DR 4), 18 March 1917 series 3box 17folder 52
Publications -- ("On Going Fishing") -- [New York Morning Telegraph Sunday Magazine] (Reel 27, Frame 140-141; MC 8, DR 4), 2 September 1917 (Online) series 3box 17folder 53
Publications -- ("On Men of Genius") -- [New York Morning Telegraph Sunday Magazine] (Reel 27, Frame 142-143; MC 8, DR 4), 4 February 1917 series 3box 17folder 54
Publications -- ("Pet Superstitions of Sensible New Yorkers") -- [New York Tribune] (Reel 27, Frame 144-145; MC 8, DR 4), 20 February 1916 series 3box 17folder 55
Publications -- ("Playgoer's Almanac") -- [Theatre Guild Magazine] (Reel 27, Frame 146-164; MC 8, DR 4), July 1930-March 1931 series 3box 17folder 56
Publications -- ("Plays that Rely on Upper Classes for Support Invariably Die a Quick and Painful Death, Says Daniel Frohman") -- [New York Press] (Reel 27, Frame 165-166; MC 8, DR 4), 28 June 1914 series 3box 17folder 57
Publications -- ("Prize Ticket 177") -- [New York Morning Telegraph Sunday Magazine] (Reel 27, Frame 167-168; MC 8, DR 4), 8 April 1917 (Online) series 3box 17folder 58
Publications -- ("The Rabbit") -- [New York Morning Telegraph Sunday Magazine] (Reel 27, Frame 169-170; MC 8, DR 4), 7 October 1917 (Online) series 3box 17folder 59
Publications -- ("Recruiting for Metachorie") -- [New York Morning Telegraph Sunday Magazine] (Reel 27, Frame 171-172; MC 8, DR 4), 15 April 1917 series 3box 17folder 60
Publications -- ("The Rider of Dreams Is Here") -- [New York Morning Telegraph Sunday Magazine] (Reel 27, Frame 173-174; MC 8, DR 4), 22 April 1917 series 3box 17folder 61
Publications -- ("Roshanara, a Wraithlike Reincarnation of the Ancient East") -- [New York Press] (Reel 27, Frame 175-176; MC 8, DR 4), 14 June 1914 series 3box 17folder 62
Publications -- ("'Round Ben Franklin's Statue Forum Orators Fret—and Fume") -- [Brooklyn Daily Eagle] (Reel 27, Frame 177-178; MC 8, DR 4), 24 August 1913 series 3box 17folder 63
Publications -- ("Ruth Roye, Greatest 'Nut' in Vaudeville, Loves to Hear the Man Out Front Laugh") -- [New York Press] (Reel 27, Frame 179-180; MC 8, DR 4), 9 May 1915 series 3box 17folder 64
Publications -- ("Sad Scenes on Sentence Day in the Kings County Court") -- [Brooklyn Daily Eagle] (Reel 27, Frame 181-182; MC 8, DR 4), 3 August 1913 series 3box 17folder 65
Publications -- ("70 Trained Suffragists Turned Loose on City") -- [Brooklyn Daily Eagle] (Reel 27, Frame 183-184; MC 8, DR 4), 28 September 1913 (Online) series 3box 17folder 66
Publications -- ("Smoke") -- [New York Morning Telegraph Sunday Magazine] (Reel 27, Frame 185-186; MC 8, DR 4), 19 August 1917 (Online) series 3box 17folder 67
Publications -- ("Soldier Thespians and 'You Know Me, Al'") -- [New York Sun Magazine] (Reel 27, Frame 187-189; MC 8, DR 4), 21 April 1918 series 3box 17folder 68
Publications -- ("The Songs of Synge") -- [New York Morning Telegraph Sunday Magazine] (Reel 27, Frame 190-191; MC 8, DR 4), 18 February 1917 series 3box 17folder 69
Publications -- ("A Sprinkle of Comedy") -- [New York Morning Telegraph Sunday Magazine] (Reel 27, Frame 192-193; MC 8, DR 4), 27 May 1917 series 3box 17folder 70
Publications -- ("State Opens Case in New Dulfer Trial") -- [Brooklyn Daily Eagle] (Reel 27, Frame 194-195; MC 8, DR 4), 28 July 1913 series 3box 17folder 71
Publications -- ("Suffragists Make Tour of Brooklyn") -- [Brooklyn Daily Eagle] (Reel 27, Frame 196-197; MC 8, DR 4), 13 August 1913 (Online) series 3box 17folder 72
Publications -- ("Surcease in Hurry and Whirl") -- [New York Morning Telegraph Sunday Magazine] (Reel 27, Frame 198-199; MC 8, DR 4), 15 July 1917 (Online) series 3box 17folder 73
Publications -- ("The Terrorists") -- [New York Morning Telegraph Sunday Magazine] (Reel 27, Frame 200-201; MC 8, DR 4), 30 September 1917 (Online) series 3box 17folder 74
Publications -- ("There's Something Besides the Cocktail in the Bronx") -- [New York Tribune] (Reel 27, Frame 202-203; MC 8, DR 4), 16 February 1919 series 3box 17folder 75
Publications -- ("Three Days Out") -- [New York Morning Telegraph Sunday Magazine] (Reel 27, Frame 204-205; MC 8, DR 4), 12 August 1917 series 3box 17folder 76
Publications -- ("The Tingling, Tangling, Tango as 'Tis Tripped at Coney Isle") -- [Brooklyn Daily Eagle] (Reel 27, Frame 206-207; MC 8, DR 4), 31 August 1913 (Online) series 3box 17folder 77
Publications -- ("To-morrow's Coming") -- [The Morning Telegraph] (Reel 27, Frame 208-209; MC 8, DR 4), 29 April 1917 series 3box 17folder 78
Publications -- ("To Sub-Let for the Summer") -- [New York Morning Telegraph Sunday Magazine] (Reel 27, Frame 210-211; MC 8, DR 4), 21 July 1918 series 3box 17folder 79
Publications -- ("Training Seals in Stage Stunts") -- [Brooklyn Daily Eagle] (Reel 27, Frame 212-213; MC 8, DR 4), 31 August 1913 series 3box 17folder 80
Publications -- ("The Washington Square Players") -- [New York Morning Telegraph Sunday Magazine] (Reel 27, Frame 214-215; MC 8, DR 4), 3 December 1916 series 3box 17folder 81
Publications -- ("When the Puppets Come to Town") -- [New York Morning Telegraph Sunday Magazine] (Reel 27, Frame 216-217; MC 8, DR 4), 8 July 1917 series 3box 17folder 82
Publications -- ("Who Is This Tom Scarlett?") -- [New York Morning Telegraph Sunday Magazine] (Reel 27, Frame 218-219; MC 8, DR 4), 11 March 1917 series 3box 17folder 83
Publications -- ("Who Shall Atone?") -- [New York Press Sunday Magazine] (Reel 27, Frame 220-221; MC 8, DR 4), 4 April 1915 series 3box 17folder 84
Publications -- ("Why Go Abroad?—See Europe in Brooklyn!" also contains "Veterans in Harness; No. 8—Robert Merchant, Court Clerk") -- [Brooklyn Daily Eagle] (Reel 27, Frame 222-223; MC 8, DR 4), 7 December 1913 (Online) series 3box 17folder 85
Publications -- ("Wilson Mizner—Of Forty-Fourth Street") -- [New York Morning Telegraph Sunday Magazine] (Reel 27, Frame 224-225; MC 8, DR 4), 24 December 1916 series 3box 17folder 86
Publications -- ("Woman Police Deputy Writer of Poetry") -- [New York Sun Magazine] (Reel 27, Frame 226-230; MC 8, DR 4), 24 March 1918 series 3box 17folder 87
Publications -- ("You Can Tango—A Little—At Arcadia Dance Hall") -- [Brooklyn Daily Eagle] (Reel 27, Frame 231-232; MC 8, DR 4), 29 June 1913 (Online) series 3box 17folder 88
Publications -- ("Yvette Guilbert") -- [New York Morning Telegraph Sunday Magazine] (Reel 27, Frame 233-234; MC 8, DR 4), 18 November 1917 series 3box 17folder 89

Series 4: Printed Matter, 1820-1981 and undated (2 linear feet)

The fourth series, "Printed Matter," consists primarily of clippings and articles about Barnes and reviews of her writings. There is also a festschrift compiled for her eightieth birthday. In addition, there are files related to associates of Barnes, such as T. S. Eliot, Dag Hammarskjöld, and Edwin Muir, as well as printed items such as playbills and pamphlets.

The series is arranged alphabetically by subject and title. The list of oversize items, arranged alphabetically by subject and title, follows the list of items that are not oversize.

DescriptionSeriesBox / ReelFolder / Frame
About Barnes -- (Festschrift [2 copies]) (Reel 28, Frame 2-14), 1972 series 4box 1folder 1
About Barnes -- (General) (Reel 28, Frame 15-106), 1918-1959 series 4box 1folder 2
About Barnes -- (General) (Reel 28, Frame 107-172), 1960-1969 series 4box 1folder 3
About Barnes -- (General) (Reel 28, Frame 173-228), 1970-1980 and undated series 4box 1folder 4
About Barnes's Writings -- (The Antiphon) -- [Playbill (2 Copies)] (Reel 28, Frame 229-244), 1961 series 4box 1folder 5
About Barnes's Writings -- (The Antiphon) -- [Reviews] -- {English} (Reel 28, Frame 245-329), 1958-1962 and undated series 4box 1folder 6
About Barnes's Writings -- (The Antiphon) -- [Reviews] -- {French} (Reel 28, Frame 330-331), 1961 series 4box 1folder 7
About Barnes's Writings -- (The Antiphon) -- [Reviews] -- {German} (Reel 28, Frame 332-353), 1972 and undated series 4box 1folder 8
About Barnes's Writings -- (The Antiphon) -- [Reviews] -- {Italian} (Reel 28, Frame 354-356), 1968 series 4box 1folder 9
About Barnes's Writings -- (The Antiphon) -- [Reviews] -- {Swedish} (Reel 28, Frame 357-452), 1958, 1961 and undated series 4box 1folder 10
About Barnes's Writings -- (A Book) (Reel 28, Frame 453-524), 1923-1924 and undated series 4box 1folder 11
About Barnes's Writings -- (The Dove) (Reel 28, Frame 525-528), 1926 series 4box 1folder 12
About Barnes's Writings -- (Gourmets' Almanac) (Reel 28, Frame 529-533), 1930 series 4box 1folder 13
About Barnes's Writings -- (Ladies Almanack) (Reel 28, Frame 534-538), 1972-1973 series 4box 1folder 14
About Barnes's Writings -- (A Night Among the Horses) -- [Reviews] -- {English} (Reel 28, Frame 539-608), 1929-1930 series 4box 1folder 15
About Barnes's Writings -- (A Night Among the Horses) -- [Reviews] -- {German} (Reel 28, Frame 609-682), 1961-1962 and undated series 4box 1folder 16
About Barnes's Writings -- (A Night Among the Horses) -- [Reviews] -- {Swedish} (Reel 28, Frame 683-692), 1961 series 4box 1folder 17
About Barnes's Writings -- (Nightwood) -- [Reviews] -- {English} (Reel 28, Frame 693-801), 1936-1937 series 4box 1folder 18
About Barnes's Writings -- (Nightwood) -- [Reviews] -- {English} (Reel 29, Frame 2-54), 1947-1950, 1961-1964, 1976-1979 and undated series 4box 2folder 1
About Barnes's Writings -- (Nightwood) -- [Reviews] -- {German} (Reel 29, Frame 55-91), 1959-January 1960 series 4box 2folder 2
About Barnes's Writings -- (Nightwood) -- [Reviews] -- {German} (Reel 29, Frame 92-148), February 1960 series 4box 2folder 3
About Barnes's Writings -- (Nightwood) -- [Reviews] -- {German} (Reel 29, Frame 149-221), March 1960-July 1960 series 4box 2folder 4
About Barnes's Writings -- (Nightwood) -- [Reviews] -- {German} (Reel 29, Frame 222-304), August 1960-1961 series 4box 2folder 5
About Barnes's Writings -- (Nightwood) -- [Reviews] -- {German} (Reel 29, Frame 305-363), 1962, 1967, 1971-1972, undated series 4box 2folder 6
About Barnes's Writings -- (Nightwood) -- [Reviews] -- {Italian} (Reel 29, Frame 364-421), 1959-1968 series 4box 2folder 7
About Barnes's Writings -- (Nightwood) -- [Reviews] -- {Miscellaneous} (Reel 29, Frame 422-430), 1956-1957, 1964 series 4box 2folder 8
About Barnes's Writings -- (Ryder) (Reel 29, Frame 431-573), 1928 series 4box 2folder 9
About Barnes's Writings -- (Ryder) (Reel 29, Frame 574-621), 1929, 1979-1981 and undated series 4box 2folder 10
About Barnes's Writings -- (Selected Works) (Reel 29, Frame 622-660), 1961-1962, 1980 series 4box 2folder 11
About Barnes's Writings -- (Spillway) (Reel 29, Frame 661-680), 1962-1964 series 4box 2folder 12
About Barnes's Writings -- (Three From the Earth) (Reel 29, Frame 681-697), circa 1919-1920 series 4box 2folder 13
Collected by Barnes -- (Art/Museums) (Additional item not on microfilm) (Reel 29, Frame 698-705), 1955, 1961, 1963-1964 series 4box 2folder 14
Collected by Barnes -- (Natalie Clifford Barney) (Reel 29, Frame 706-714), 1963-1972 series 4box 2folder 15
Collected by Barnes -- (Book Reviews) (Reel 30, Frame 2-92), 1926-1965 series 4box 3folder 1
Collected by Barnes -- (Book Reviews) (Reel 30, Frame 93-161), 1966-1979 series 4box 3folder 2
Collected by Barnes -- (T. S. Eliot [Clippings]) (Reel 30, Frame 162-210), 1947-1958 series 4box 3folder 3
Collected by Barnes -- (T. S. Eliot [Clippings]) (Reel 30, Frame 211-270), 1960-1970 and undated series 4box 3folder 4
Collected by Barnes -- (Exhibitions) (Reel 30, Frame 271-291), 1954-1975 series 4box 3folder 5
Collected by Barnes -- (Jean Genet) (Reel 30, Frame 292-296), 1961 series 4box 3folder 6
Collected by Barnes -- (Peggy Guggenheim) (Reel 30, Frame 297-318), 1938, 1957-1971 and undated series 4box 3folder 7
Collected by Barnes -- (Dag Hammarskjöld [Clippings]) (Reel 30, Frame 319-393), 1958-1966 and undated series 4box 3folder 8
Collected by Barnes -- (Dag Hammarskjöld [United Nations] Report) (Reel 30, Frame 394-449), 1962 series 4box 3folder 9
Collected by Barnes -- (Dag Hammarskjöld Foundation) (Reel 30, Frame 452-559), 1961-1965 series 4box 3folder 10
Collected by Barnes -- (Health) (Reel 30, Frame 562-587), 1957, 1966 and undated series 4box 3folder 11
Collected by Barnes -- (Jane Heap) (Reel 30, Frame 588-592), 1964 series 4box 3folder 12
Collected by Barnes -- (Illustrations) (Reel 30, Frame 593-633), circa 1920s-1980s series 4box 3folder 13
Collected by Barnes -- (James Joyce) (Reel 30, Frame 634-661), 1922-1930, 1959-1976 series 4box 3folder 14
Collected by Barnes -- (Albert Lewin) (Reel 30, Frame 662-663), 1935 series 4box 3folder 15
Collected by Barnes -- (Literary Estates/Sales) (Reel 30, Frame 664-671), 1957, 1962 series 4box 3folder 16
Collected by Barnes -- (Little Review) (Reel 30, Frame 672-689), 1930, 1953 and n.d series 4box 3folder 17
Collected by Barnes -- (Military/Politics) (Reel 30, Frame 690-761), 1950-1965 and undated series 4box 3folder 18
Collected by Barnes -- (Miscellaneous) (Reel 30, Frame 762-840), 1915-1979 series 4box 3folder 19
Collected by Barnes -- (Miscellaneous) (Reel 31, Frame 2-76), undated series 4box 4folder 1
Collected by Barnes -- (Marianne Moore) (Reel 31, Frame 77-103), 1962-1968 and undated series 4box 4folder 2
Collected by Barnes -- (Edwin Muir) (Reel 31, Frame 104-135), 1953-1968 and undated series 4box 4folder 3
Collected by Barnes -- (Anais Nin) (Reel 31, Frame 136-145), 1950-1974 series 4box 4folder 4
Collected by Barnes -- (Pamphlets) -- [Historical] (Reel 31, Frame 146-312), 1820, 1887 and circa 1914-1918, 1922, 1937 series 4box 4folder 5
Collected by Barnes -- (Pamphlets) -- [Literary] (Reel 31, Frame 313-408), 1950-1978 series 4box 4folder 6
Collected by Barnes -- (Passenger List) (Reel 31, Frame 409-418), 1950 series 4box 4folder 7
Collected by Barnes -- (Patchin Place) (Reel 31, Frame 419-428), 1962-1966 series 4box 4folder 8
Collected by Barnes -- (Playbills) (Reel 31, Frame 429-488), 1921, 1936, 1960 and undated series 4box 4folder 9
Collected by Barnes -- (Poetry) (Reel 31, Frame 489-511), 1959-1971 and undated series 4box 4folder 10
Collected by Barnes -- (Ezra Pound [Clippings]) (Reel 31, Frame 512-522), 1957-1970 series 4box 4folder 11
Collected by Barnes -- (Programs) (Reel 31, Frame 523-534), 1936 and undated series 4box 4folder 12
Collected by Barnes -- (Provincetown Players) (Reel 31, Frame 535-559), 1919-1929 series 4box 4folder 13
Collected by Barnes -- (Recipes) (Reel 31, Frame 560-565), undated series 4box 4folder 14
Collected by Barnes -- (Religion) (Reel 31, Frame 566-625), 1931-1964 series 4box 4folder 15
Collected by Barnes -- (Travel/Foreign Locations) (Reel 31, Frame 626-691), 1926-1971 and undated series 4box 4folder 16
Collected by Barnes -- (Helen Westley) (Reel 31, Frame 692-697), 1931 series 4box 4folder 17
Collected by Barnes -- (Thelma Wood) (Reel 31, Frame 698-700), 1930 series 4box 4folder 18
About Barnes -- (General) (Reel 32, Frame 1-6; MC 8, DR 5), 1971 series 4box 5folder 1
About Barnes's Writings -- (The Antiphon) -- [Reviews] -- {English} (Reel 32, Frame 7-9; MC 8, DR 5), 1958-1961 series 4box 5folder 2
About Barnes's Writings -- (Ladies Almanack) -- [Review; advertisement of 1928 Ladies Almanack (advertisement not on film)] (Reel 32, Frame 10-12; MC 8, DR 5), 1928, 1973 series 4box 5folder 3
About Barnes's Writings -- (A Night Among the Horses) -- [Reviews] -- {German} (Reel 32, Frame 13-23; MC 8, DR 5), 1961 series 4box 5folder 4
About Barnes's Writings -- (Nightwood) -- [Reviews] -- {English} (Reel 32, Frame 24-25; MC 8, DR 5), 1936 series 4box 5folder 5
About Barnes's Writings -- (Nightwood) -- [Reviews] -- {German} (Reel 32, Frame 26-32; MC 8, DR 5), 1960-1961 and undated series 4box 5folder 6
About Barnes's Writings -- (Nightwood) -- [Reviews] -- {Italian} (Reel 32, Frame 33-47; MC 8, DR 5), 1968 and undated series 4box 5folder 7
About Barnes's Writings -- (Nightwood) -- [Reviews] -- {Miscellaneous} (Reel 32, Frame 48-52; MC 8, DR 5), 1957 series 4box 5folder 8
About Barnes's Writings -- (Selected Works) (Reel 32, Frame 53-62; MC 8, DR 5), 1962 series 4box 5folder 9
About Barnes's Writings -- (Spillway) (Reel 32, Frame 63-68; MC 8, DR 5), 1962 series 4box 5folder 10
Collected by Barnes -- (Berenice Abbott) (Reel 32, Frame 69-70; MC 8, DR 5), 1970 series 4box 5folder 11
Collected by Barnes -- (Peter Barnes) (Reel 32, Frame 71-73; MC 8, DR 5), 1971 series 4box 5folder 12
Collected by Barnes -- (Natalie Clifford Barney) (Reel 32, Frame 74-88; MC 8, DR 5), 1969-1972 series 4box 5folder 13
Collected by Barnes -- (Book Reviews) (Reel 32, Frame 89-114; MC 8, DR 5), 1947-1974 series 4box 5folder 14
Collected by Barnes -- (T. S. Eliot) (Reel 32, Frame 115-142; MC 8, DR 5), 1962-1972 and undated series 4box 5folder 15
Collected by Barnes -- (Peggy Guggenheim) (Reel 32, Frame 143-152; MC 8, DR 5), 1979 and undated series 4box 5folder 16
Collected by Barnes -- (Dag Hammarskjöld) (Reel 32, Frame 153-181; MC 8, DR 5), 1960-1971 series 4box 5folder 17
Collected by Barnes -- (Illustrations) (Reel 32, Frame 182-188; MC 8, DR 5), 1956 and undated series 4box 5folder 18
Collected by Barnes -- (Military/Politics) (Reel 32, Frame 189-191; MC 8, DR 5), 1901? series 4box 5folder 19
Collected by Barnes -- (Miscellaneous) (Reel 32, Frame 192-242; MC 8, DR 5), 1921-1981 and undated series 4box 5folder 20
Collected by Barnes -- (Patchin Place) (Reel 32, Frame 243-245; MC 8, DR 5), 1962 series 4box 5folder 21
Collected by Barnes -- (Ezra Pound) (Reel 32, Frame 246-249; MC 8, DR 5), 1970, 1972 series 4box 5folder 22
Collected by Barnes -- (Travel/Foreign Locations) (Reel 32, Frame 250-265; MC 8, DR 5), 1924, 1937, 1963 and undated series 4box 5folder 23
Collected by Barnes -- (Italian/French dictionary, not on microfilm) -- [fragment] -- {no publisher}, undated series 4box 5folder 24

Series 5: Manuscripts by Others, 1891-1895 and undated (2 items)

This series consists of two manuscript items that came into Barnes's possession: an Italian manuscript of unknown origin, ca. 1891-1895, and an adaptation of Barnes's short story "Aller et Retour" by Virginia Smiley.

Arrangement is chronological.

DescriptionSeriesBox / ReelFolder / Frame
Italian manuscript, 1891-1895 series 5box 4folder 1
Virginia Smiley, "A Mother Returns" (adaptation of "Aller et Retour"), 1976 series 5box 4folder 2

Series 6: Serial Publications, 1921-1981 and undated (6.75 linear feet)

This series, composed of publications Barnes saved over the years, is divided into two sections, "Book Catalogs" and "Serials." The book catalogs--from publishing companies such as Faber and Faber; Liveright Publications; and Farrar, Straus, and Cudahy--cover the period between 1934 and 1982. The serials include Sewanee Review, Partisan Review, Encounter, and the American Academy of Arts and Letters/National Institute of Arts and Letters, Proceedings. This section of the series covers the period from 1942 to 1982.

This series is arranged alphabetically and chronologically.

DescriptionSeriesBox / ReelFolder / Frame
Book Catalogs -- (Editions du Seuil), 1951 series 6box 1folder 1
Book Catalogs -- (Faber and Faber), 1936, 1958, 1966, 1970, 1981 and undated series 6box 1folder 2
Book Catalogs -- (Faber paper covered editions), Spring 1964-Spring/Summer 1970 series 6box 1folder 3
Book Catalogs -- (Farrar, Straus, and Cudahy), Spring 1962 series 6box 1folder 4
Book Catalogs -- (Liveright Publications, Complete List), 1934 series 6box 1folder 5
Book Catalogs -- (New Directions Books), 1947/1948, 1963/1964 series 6box 1folder 6
Book Catalogs -- (Suhrkamp), 1974 series 6box 1folder 7
Book Catalogs -- (Wichern-Verlag), undated series 6box 1folder 8
Book Catalogs -- (J. Howard Woolmer Books), 1966 and undated series 6box 1folder 9
Serials -- (American Academy of Arts and Letters/National Institute of Arts and Letters, Proceedings), 1955 (Index), 1961, 1968 series 6box 2folder 1
Serials -- (American Academy of Arts and Letters/National Institute of Arts and Letters, Proceedings), 1970-1971, 1973 series 6box 2folder 2
Serials -- (American Academy of Arts and Letters/National Institute of Arts and Letters, Proceedings), 1974, 1976 series 6box 2folder 3
Serials -- (Antaeus), Summer 1970, Spring 1971 (Two copies) series 6box 3folder 1
Serials -- (Antaeus), Autumn 1973 series 6box 3folder 2
Serials -- (Author), Summer 1960, Autumn 1961, Summer 1966, Autumn 1967, Autumn 1968, Summer 1970 series 6box 3folder 3
Serials -- (Authors Guild Bulletin), Summer 1964, November/December 1967 series 6box 3folder 4
Serials -- (Black Mountain Review), Spring 1954-Winter 1954 series 6box 3folder 5
Serials -- (Black Mountain Review), Summer 1955, Autumn 1957 series 6box 4folder 1
Serials -- (Bonniers Litterara Magasin [BLM]), October 1953 series 6box 4folder 2
Serials -- (Encounter), April 1962, July 1962, November 1966, February 1967 series 6box 4folder 3
Serials -- (Encounter), April 1967-May 1967, July 1967-August 1967 series 6box 4folder 4
Serials -- (Encounter), September 1967, August 1968, January 1969, February 1970 series 6box 5folder 1
Serials -- (Encounter), June 1970-Agust 1970, May 1971 series 6box 5folder 2
Serials -- (Evergreen Review), January/February 1960 series 6box 5folder 3
Serials -- (Grand Street), Spring 1982 (Two copies) series 6box 5folder 4
Serials -- (Harvard Advocate), April 1942 (Cover only) series 6box 6folder 1
Serials -- (Horizon), November 1944, February 1945, April 1947, August 1947 series 6box 6folder 2
Serials -- (Hudson Review), Autumn 1950, Winter 1955, Summer 1958 series 6box 6folder 3
Serials -- (Hudson Review), Winter 1960/1961, Winter 1968/1969 series 6box 6folder 4
Serials -- (Kenyon Review), Spring 1946, Spring 1952 series 6box 7folder 1
Serials -- (London Magazine), May 1955 series 6box 7folder 2
Serials -- (Malahat Review), July 1970 series 6box 7folder 3
Serials -- (Merkur), August 1959 series 6box 7folder 4
Serials -- (The Monthly Chapbook, "Rhymes for Children: Illustrated with Appropriate Woodcuts"), November 1919 series 6box 7folder 5
Serials -- (New Review), March 1975-May 1975 series 6box 7folder 6
Serials -- (Paris Review), Spring 1960 series 6box 7folder 7
Serials -- (Partisan Review), January/February 1947, May/June 1947-July/August 1947 series 6box 8folder 1
Serials -- (Partisan Review), January 1948, March 1948, May 1948 series 6box 8folder 2
Serials -- (Partisan Review), February 1949, April 1949, July 1949 series 6box 8folder 3
Serials -- (Partisan Review), December 1949, April 1950, July/August 1950 series 6box 8folder 4
Serials -- (Partisan Review), July/August 1953, Spring 1957 series 6box 9folder 1
Serials -- (Partisan Review), Winter 1958, No. 3, 1969 series 6box 9folder 2
Serials -- (Partisan Review Series no. 4, "America and the Intellectuals"), 1953 series 6box 9folder 3
Serials -- (Playboy), May 1921, July 1924 series 6box 9folder 4
Serials -- (Poetry), October 1959 series 6box 9folder 5
Serials -- (Prose), 1970 series 6box 9folder 6
Serials -- (Prose), Spring 1971 series 6box 9folder 7
Serials -- (Prose), Fall 1972 series 6box 10folder 1
Serials -- (Prose), Fall 1973-Spring 1974 series 6box 10folder 2
Serials -- (Ramparts), November 1962 (Two copies) series 6box 10folder 3
Serials -- (Sadakichi Hartmann Newsletter), Spring 1970, Spring 1971 series 6box 10folder 4
Serials -- (Sewanee Review), Spring 1945, Autumn 1945, Spring 1947 series 6box 10folder 5
Serials -- (Sewanee Review), Winter 1949, Autumn 1953 series 6box 11folder 1
Serials -- (Sewanee Review), Winter 1954, Summer 1955 series 6box 11folder 2
Serials -- (Sewanee Review), Spring 1956-Summer 1956 series 6box 11folder 3
Serials -- (Sewanee Review), Autumn 1956, Spring 1957 series 6box 11folder 4
Serials -- (Sewanee Review), Summer 1957-Autumn 1957 series 6box 12folder 1
Serials -- (Sewanee Review), Winter1957, Autumn 1959 series 6box 12folder 2
Serials -- (Sewanee Review), Summer 1960, Spring 1967 series 6box 12folder 3
Serials -- (Sewanee Review), Autumn 1968, Winter 1969 series 6box 12folder 4
Serials -- (Southern Review), Spring 1966, Autumn 1966 series 6box 13folder 1
Serials -- (Southern Review), Autumn 1968, Winter 1969 series 6box 13folder 2
Serials -- (Southern Review), Spring 1969, Summer 1970 series 6box 14folder 1
Serials -- (Sun and Moon), Summer 1976 series 6box 14folder 2
Serials -- (Twentieth Century Literature), vol. 14 no.3, October 1968 series 6box 14folder 3
Serials -- (Unmuzzled Ox), 1977 series 6box 14folder 4
Serials -- (Works), Autumn 1967, Spring 1968 series 6box 14folder 5
Serials -- (Yale Poetry Review), 1947 series 6box 14folder 6

Series 7: Photographs, 1860s-1982 and undated (10 linear feet)

This series consists of photographs, negatives, and some slides. It is divided into six sections. The first, "People," includes photographs of Djuna Barnes, her relatives, and friends and is arranged in chronological order. The scrapbook section consists of pages from a scrapbook assembled by Barnes, whose original arrangement was apparently destroyed before the Barnes papers were acquired. "Buildings and Miscellaneous Photographs" includes photographs of family homes, other buildings, and book covers, arranged in chronological order. The fourth section, "Djuna Barnes's Art" contains photographs of Barnes's artwork, subdivided into two parts, "Drawings and Paintings" and "Illustrations," the latter arranged by publication. "Art by Others" consists of photographs of artwork by others that formed part of Barnes's collection. It is arranged by artist. The last section, "Theatre," consists of photographs of the 1961 Swedish production of Barnes's play Antiphon.

DescriptionSeriesBox / ReelFolder / FrameItem
People series 7box 1folder 1
Anne Chamberlain (?), an Aunt of Elizabeth Chapell Barnes -- (W. Copeland Photo, Oakham. Carte de visite. Written on verso by DB: "An Aunt(?) of mothers."), undated series 7box 1folder 1item 1.1
Natalie Clifford Barney on a pony -- [See also Series VII, 2.54 below], circa 1880s series 7box 1folder 1item 1.2
Wald Barnes, father of Djuna Barnes -- (Walery, Photographer to the Queen, 164 Regent Street, London. On verso: "To Dear Sue from Wald, " "My father.") (Negative), 31 October 1888 series 7box 1folder 1item 1.3
Djuna Barnes, six to eight years old, and a dog, Pomona? -- (tintype) -- [OVERSIZE BOX], circa 1898-1900 series 7box 1folder 1item 1.4
Djuna Barnes, six to eight years old, and a dog, Pomona? -- (tintype) -- [OVERSIZE BOX], circa 1898-1900 series 7box 1folder 1item 1.5
Djuna Barnes holding a small child, possibly a sibling -- (tintype) -- [OVERSIZE BOX], circa 1898-1900 series 7box 1folder 1item 1.6
Susanna Chappell, only sister of mother of Djuna Barnes -- [See also Series VII, 2.34 below], circa 1900 series 7box 1folder 1item 1.7
Djuna Barnes as a young girl -- (From the family photos of Djuna Barnes. Taken by a studio in Cornwall-on-Hudson, N.Y. Three separate prints from copy negative made in the early 1970s by Catherine Hopkins of a photograph lent to her by Barnes) (Negative), circa 1900 series 7box 1folder 1item 1.8
Thurn Barnes -- (The Harlem, S.W. cor. 124th St. and Third Ave. On verso: "Djuna Barne's picture of Thurn.") (Negative), circa 1900 series 7box 1folder 1item 1.9
Djuna Barnes -- (Otto Sarony Co., 1177 Broadway near 28th St., NY/ 158 West 125th Street, NY/ 522 Fulton Street, Brooklyn. Photograph appears to have been made in same sitting as photograph Series VII, 1.14. Inscriptions on verso: "Djuna Barnes about 16 years old [age crossed out]/1904 12 yrs old (according to a copy of the photograph at Mr. Saxon Barnes's).") (Negative), circa 1904-1909 series 7box 1folder 1item 1.10
Djuna Barnes -- (The Benedict Studios, New York. Four copies. Inscriptions on versos: "For Mother from Djuna May 20, 1906." "For Zendon from Djuna May 21, '06." "For Shangar from Djuna, 1906.") (Negative), 20 March 1905 series 7box 1folder 1item 1.11
Shangar (later Charles) Barnes -- (Gildersleeve, Huntington, Oyster Bay, NY. On verso: "Charlie (Shangar)."), circa 1908 series 7box 1folder 1item 1.12
Shangar (later Charles) Barnes -- (Gildersleeve, Huntington, Oyster Bay, NY. On verso: "Shangar.") (Negative), circa 1908 series 7box 1folder 1item 1.13
Djuna Barrnes -- (Otto Sarony Co., 1177 Broadway near 28th St., NY/ 158 West 125th Street, NY/ 522 Fulton Street, Brooklyn. Two copies. On verso: "With love to brother Thurn from 'Sitter' Djuna July 4, 1909.") -- [See also Series VII, 2.1 below] (Negative), 4 July 1909 series 7box 1folder 1item 1.14
Zendon Barnes -- (Two copies. On verso: "Zendon.") (Negative), 12 July 1909 series 7box 1folder 1item 1.15
Wald Barnes (?), two dogs, and female on porch -- (On verso: "Djunas. Cornwall-on-Hudson. Cottage that Wald Barnes built (?).") (Negative), circa 1910 series 7box 1folder 1item 1.16
Muriel, Duane, and Buan Barnes -- (On verso: "Muriel, Duane, & Buan/Children of Wald Barnes and Fanny Faulkner Barnes."), circa 1910 series 7box 1folder 1item 1.17
Muriel Barnes -- (Gildersleeve Studios, Huntington & Oyster Bay, New York. On verso: "From Muriel to Djuna, Aug. 9, '10."), 9 August 1910 series 7box 1folder 1item 1.18
Saxon Barnes -- (Gildersleeve, Huntington, Oyster Bay, NY. On verso: "June 1911. Saxon.") (Negative), 1 June 1911 series 7box 1folder 1item 1.19
Djuna Barnes, about 20-22(?) -- [See also Series VII, 2.2 below], circa 1912 series 7box 1folder 1item 1.20
Saxon Barnes, about 11-12 -- (On verso: "Liberty & Morris. Miss Fitzpal(?). Saxon Barnes age 11/12."), circa 1913 series 7box 1folder 1item 1.21
Saxon, Zendon, Shangar (later Charles), Thurn, and Djuna Barnes -- (Photocopied note: "Picture taken at Morris Park, L[ong] I[sland] N.Y. about 1913. SAXON-ZENDON-SHANGAR (CHARLES)-THURN-DJUNA. Shangar changed his name to Charles for business reasons. The above is the only photograph of the five children of Henry (Wald) and Elizabeth Barnes. Saxon C. Barnes, July 20, 1985.") (Negative), circa 1913 series 7box 1folder 1item 1.22
Djuna Barnes, seated -- (On verso: "August, '14, taken by Bob Davis. Djuna B.") (Negative), August 1914 (Online) series 7box 1folder 1item 1.23
Djuna Barnes, seated -- (On verso: "By Bob Davis, Aug. '14.") -- [ADDITIONAL COPY IN MAPCASE] (Negative), August 1914 (Online) series 7box 1folder 1item 1.24
Djuna Barnes, seated -- (On verso: "Taken by Bob Davis in the latter part of Aug. '14. Djuna Barnes") , August 1914 (Online) series 7box 1folder 1item 1.25
Djuna Barnes being forcibly fed -- [See also Series VII, 2.27 below], 16 August 1914 series 7box 1folder 1item 1.26
Djuna Barnes being forcibly fed -- [See also Series VII, 2.28 below], 16 August 1914 series 7box 1folder 1item 1.27
Djuna Barnes being forcibly fed -- [See also Series VII, 2.29 below], 16 August 1914 series 7box 1folder 1item 1.28
Djuna Barnes being forcibly fed -- [See also Series VII, 2.30 below], 16 August 1914 series 7box 1folder 1item 1.29
Djuna Barnes being forcibly fed -- [See also Series VII, 2.31 below], 16 August 1914 series 7box 1folder 1item 1.30
Djuna Barnes -- ("How it Feels to be Forcibly Fed," World Magazine, 6 September 1914) -- [See also Series VII, 2.27-31 below] (Negative), 6 September 1914 series 7box 1folder 1item 1.31
Djuna Barnes with gorilla at Bronx Zoo -- (Two copies. On verso: "D.B. (for N.Y. Sunday World story). Djuna Barnes Chappell Barnes. Gally or (?)") (Negative), 1914 (Online) series 7box 1folder 1item 1.32
Djuna Barnes -- ("The Girl and the Gorilla," World Magazine, 18 October 1914. Four copies) (Negative), 18 October 1914 series 7box 1folder 1item 1.33
Djuna Barnes standing at edge of a building with arms outstretched -- (On verso: "October 1914. DB.") (Negative), October 1914 (Online) series 7box 1folder 1item 1.34
Djuna Barnes and unidentified fireman, dangling from a rope beside a building -- (Three copies. On verso: "D. Barnes on Oct. '14 stunt story for N.Y. World.") (Negative), October 1914 (Online) series 7box 1folder 1item 1.35
Charles Henri Ford -- [See also Series VII, 2.45 below], undated series 7box 1folder 1item 1.36
Ernst (Putzi) Hanfstaengl -- [See also Series VII, 2.41 below], February 1915 series 7box 1folder 1item 1.37
Djuna Barnes, Ernst (Putzi) Hanfstaengl, Inez Milholland -- [See also Series VII, 2.40 below], circa 1915 series 7box 1folder 1item 1.38
Inez Milholland, Milholland's brother, Djuna Barnes, Milholland's sister, Eugene Boissevain -- [See also Series VII, 2.38 below], circa 1915 series 7box 1folder 1item 1.39
Djuna Barnes, Eugene Boissevain, Inez Milholland's sister, Inez Milholland, and Milholland's brother -- (Three copies. On verso: "The Mullhollands & Djuna Barnes.") (Negative), 28 March 1915 series 7box 1folder 1item 1.40
People series 7box 2folder 1
Duane Barnes, Muriel Barnes, Wald Barnes, Zadel Barnes Gustafson, Buan Barnes, and Fanny Faulkner -- (On verso: "My father--left to right--Duane, Muriel, my grandmother, Buan, his mother, Fanny Faulkner, Sept. 10, 1916. This is for you. If I get the films I'll give you one of each. Please send the others back. You can keep this one. To Gaga from Muriel.") (Negative), 10 September 1916 series 7box 2folder 1item 1.41
Djuna Barnes sitting in a car -- (Two copies) (Negative), circa 1918 (Online) series 7box 2folder 1item 1.42
Djuna Barnes, formal portrait -- (Three copies. On recto: "To dearest mother, Xmas 1919, Djuna.") (Negative), December 1919 series 7box 2folder 1item 1.43
Saxon Barnes, with pipe and Irish Setter -- (On verso: "Saxon."), circa 1920s series 7box 2folder 1item 1.44
Djuna Barnes profile -- (Photograph by Berenice Abbott. On verso: "Taken in Paris--about 1925--or 6--/Djuna Barnes/5, Patchin Place, NY NY./[Please return--only copy]/(please credit)/Berenice Abbott/Photograph/50 Commerce Street/New York 14, N.Y./Re "Nightwood"/Helena Strassova/7, Rue de Savoie 7/Paris-Vie--MEDcis 27-35.") -- [OVERSIZE BOX] (Negative), circa 1920s series 7box 2folder 1item 1.45
Djuna Barnes, posed with fur collar -- (On verso: "Barnes.") -- [OVERSIZE BOX] (Negative), circa 1920s (Online) series 7box 2folder 1item 1.46
Djuna Barnes? Sitting on a stone monument (image unfocused) (Negative), circa 1920s series 7box 2folder 1item 1.47
Djuna Barnes, portrait -- (Three copies. On versos: "Djuna Barnes," "I can operate in the dark--bodies are phosphorescent. I (See a condition of a poeta. Astreal light--condition of round & above a lovely spiritual message dearie.")) (Negative), circa 1920s (Online) series 7box 2folder 1item 1.48
Djuna Barnes in hat with veil -- [See also Series VII, 2.50 below], circa 1920s series 7box 2folder 1item 1.49
Djuna Barnes standing by an iron fence -- [See also Series VII, 2.33 below], circa 1920s series 7box 2folder 1item 1.50
M. Eleanor Fitzgerald and her sister, Cora -- [See also See Series VII, 2.42 below], circa 1920s series 7box 2folder 1item 1.51
M. Eleanor Fitzgerald wearing cape, view from behind -- [See also Series VII, 2.37 below], circa 1920s series 7box 2folder 1item 1.52
M. Eleanor Fitzgerald, sitting in back seat of an automobile -- [See also Series VII, 2.32 below], circa 1920s series 7box 2folder 1item 1.53
M. Eleanor Fitzgerald and Alexander Berkman, sitting on park bench -- [See also Series VII, 2.36 below], circa 1920s series 7box 2folder 1item 1.54
Jane Heap, in camping suit and hat (Negative), circa 1920s series 7box 2folder 1item 1.55
Jane Heap, bending over campfire -- (Two copies) (Negative), circa 1920s series 7box 2folder 1item 1.56
Margaret Anderson, Jane Heap, and unidentified man -- (On verso: "Lake Louise/Margaret Anderson--Jane Heap, &--?") (Negative), circa 1920s series 7box 2folder 1item 1.57
Jane Heap standing in coat holding hat (Negative), circa 1920s series 7box 2folder 1item 1.58
Jane Heap -- (Caption: "Jane Heap--New York--at the time of Ulysses trial.") (Negative), 1921 series 7box 2folder 1item 1.59
Print composed of six photographs of Jane Heap, Series VII, 1.55-59 above (Negative), circa 1920s series 7box 2folder 1item 1.60
James Joyce, Paris -- (Photograph by Berenice Abbott. On verso: "James Joyce/D. Barnes coll.") -- [OVERSIZE BOX] (Negative), 1928 series 7box 2folder 1item 1.61
Mary Pyne -- (On verso: "Mary Pyne.") (Negative), circa 1920s series 7box 2folder 1item 1.62
Mary Pyne wearing ammunition belt with gun holster -- [See also Series VII, 2.39 below], circa 1920s series 7box 2folder 1item 1.63
Alice Rohrer, in riding outfit -- (On verso: "Alice Rorher."), circa 1920s series 7box 2folder 1item 1.64
Unidentified woman and Laurence Vail -- [See also Series VII, 2.52 below], circa 1920s series 7box 2folder 1item 1.65
Helen Westley, photograph by Nickolas Muray -- (On verso: "When published please/give credit/photogrpahed by/nickolas Muray/129 Macdougal St., New York City.") , circa 1920s series 7box 2folder 1item 1.66
Helen Westley -- [See also Series VII, 2.53 below], circa 1920 series 7box 2folder 1item 1.67
Djuna Barnes and Thelma Wood, Cagnes-Sur-Mer -- (Two copies) (Negative), circa 1920s (Online) series 7box 2folder 1item 1.68
Thelma Wood at beach with unidentified girl (Negative), circa 1920s series 7box 2folder 1item 1.69
Thelma Wood at beach, hands on hips (Negative), circa 1920s series 7box 2folder 1item 1.70
Thelma Wood at beach, hand on leg (Negative), circa 1920s series 7box 2folder 1item 1.71
Thelma Wood on porch -- (Two copies) (Negative), circa 1920s series 7box 2folder 1item 1.72
Thelma Wood on porch, head down (Negative), circa 1920s series 7box 2folder 1item 1.73
Thelma Wood with horse (Negative), circa 1920s series 7box 2folder 1item 1.74
Thelma Wood with horse, similar to Series VII, 1.74 (Negative), circa 1920s series 7box 2folder 1item 1.75
Thelma Wood sitting at outdoor table (Negative), circa 1920s series 7box 2folder 1item 1.76
Thelma Wood sitting, leaning on table (Negative), circa 1920s series 7box 2folder 1item 1.77
Thelma Wood sitting, similar to Series VII, 1.77 (Negative), circa 1920s series 7box 2folder 1item 1.78
Dilly, Djuna Barnes's cat -- [See also Series VII, 2.22 below], circa 1920s series 7box 2folder 1item 1.79
Dilly -- [See also Series VII, 2.23 below], circa 1920s series 7box 2folder 1item 1.80
Dilly -- (Caption: "Dilly--red & white.") -- [See also Series VII, 2.19 below], circa 1920s series 7box 2folder 1item 1.81
Dilly -- [See also Series VII, 2.20 below], circa 1920s series 7box 2folder 1item 1.82
Dilly -- [See also Series VII, 2.21 below], circa 1920s series 7box 2folder 1item 1.83
Dilly -- [See also Series VII, 2.24 below], circa 1920s series 7box 2folder 1item 1.84
Older, reclining Dilly the cat, circa 1920s series 7box 2folder 1item 1.85
Older Dilly, different pose, circa 1920s series 7box 2folder 1item 1.86
Group of individuals at Saranac Lake -- (On verso: "Saranac Lake--Mary & John Pyne, Harry Kemp, Raphael."), circa 1920s series 7box 2folder 1item 1.87
Marcel Duchamp, Mary Reynolds, and Constantine Brancusi, Villefranche-sur-mer, France -- (On verso: "Marcel Duchamp--Mary Reynolds--Constantine Brancousi.") -- [OVERSIZE BOX; See also Series VII, 1.138 and 2.51 below, photos of Brancusi] (Negative), 1931 series 7box 2folder 1item 1.88
Unidentified woman with dog -- (On verso: "Caridad.") , circa 1920s series 7box 2folder 1item 1.89
Djuna Barnes, Paris, wearing hat and polka dot blouse -- (Six copies) (Negative), circa 1920-1921 series 7box 2folder 1item 1.90
Djuna Barnes, photograph by Berenice Abbott -- (Also, postcard copy with autograph poem on back) -- [One copy in OVERSIZE BOX] (Negative), circa 1920-1921 series 7box 2folder 1item 1.91
Helen Westley -- (On verso: "To my fellow sufferer, Djuna--[signed] Helen Westley/(I was about 28 or 29)/D.B./ Please be careful as this is my own personal picture/D. Barnes/220 W14 St.") , circa 1920-1921 series 7box 2folder 1item 1.92
Jane Heap in a crowd of individuals behind a fence watching a ship disembark -- (On verso: "Jane Heap--/ when I sailed for France, 1921(?)/ Center with hand on railing.") (Negative), circa 1921 series 7box 2folder 1item 1.93
Djuna Barnes, Charlie Chaplin, and an unidentified man, Berlin -- (Caption: "Berlin--about 1921--Hotel Adlon/ Adlon Hotel Berlin/ D.B. Chaplin.") -- [See also Series VII, 2.35 below], circa 1921 series 7box 2folder 1item 1.94
Muriel Barnes and Duane Barnes, half-sister and half-brother of Djuna Barnes -- (On verso: "Duane & Muriel seated on a rock in the midst of a rushing (?) stream about 10 feet wide! A. E. Bowers, Photographer, May 26, 1922. Kodak finisher, Reading, PA."), 26 May 1922 series 7box 2folder 1item 1.95
Djuna Barnes seated, wearing hat and corsage with fur-lined coat draped over her -- (Photograph by Man Ray. Two copies) -- [See also Series VII, 2.26 below] (Negative), 1925 series 7box 2folder 1item 1.96
Djuna Barnes seated, wearing hat and corsage with fur-lined coat draped over her -- (Photograph by Man Ray. Two copies), 1925 series 7box 2folder 1item 1.97
Djuna Barnes seated, wearing hat and corsage with fur-lined coat draped over her -- (Photograph by Man Ray. One verso: "Djuna." Two copies) -- [Additional copy in OVERSIZE BOX] (Negative), 1925 series 7box 2folder 1item 1.98
M. Eleanor Fitzgerald, standing by fence -- (On verso: "Fitzi."), circa 1925 series 7box 2folder 1item 1.99
M. Eleanor Fitzgerald, sitting on rock -- (On verso: "Eleanor Fitzgerald."), circa 1925 series 7box 2folder 1item 1.100
Thelma Wood, in Samois sur Seine, France -- (Two copies) (Negative), 1925 series 7box 2folder 1item 1.101
Thelma Wood, in Samois sur Seine, France -- (On verso: "Thelma/remember me?" Two copies) (Negative), 1925 series 7box 2folder 1item 1.102
Thelma Wood sitting on table, in Samois sur Seine, France -- (On verso: "Thelma Wood, Algiers--N. Africa." Two copies) -- [See also Series VII, 2.14 below] (Negative), 1925 series 7box 2folder 1item 1.103
Djuna Barnes, sitting on table, Samois sur Seine, France -- (Two copies) -- [See also Series VII, 2.3 below], 1925 series 7box 2folder 1item 1.104
Djuna Barnes, smoking, Samois sur Seine, France -- (Two copies) -- [See also Series VII, 2.4 below], 1925 series 7box 2folder 1item 1.105
Djuna Barnes standing by carousel -- [See also Series VII, 2.5 below], circa 1925-1926 series 7box 2folder 1item 1.106
Djuna Barnes with cane on doorstep -- [See also Series VII, 2.6 below], circa 1925-1926 series 7box 2folder 1item 1.107
Djuna Barnes on beach in Provincetown, Massachusetts -- [See also Series VII, 2.16 below], circa 1925-1926 series 7box 2folder 1item 1.108
Djuna Barnes, brother Charles/Shangar, and mother, Elizabeth Chappell Barnes, on beach -- (On verso: "Djuna, Saxon, Elizabeth Barnes.") -- [See also Series VII, 2.15 below], circa 1925-1926 series 7box 2folder 1item 1.109
Thelma Wood and Djuna Barnes on beach in Provincetown, Massachusetts -- (Three copies) -- [See also Series VII, 2.17 below], circa 1925-1926 series 7box 2folder 1item 1.110
Djuna Barnes with another female, perhaps Elizabeth Chapell Barnes, her mother, and small dog -- [See also Series VII, 2.12 below], circa 1925-1926 series 7box 2folder 1item 1.111
Baroness Elsa von Freytag-Loringhoven and Djuna Barnes, on beach -- (On verso: "Djuna and Baroness Elsa.") -- [See also Series VII, 2.13 below], circa 1926 series 7box 2folder 1item 1.112
Djuna Barnes in striped dress next to building -- (On verso: "March 3 1926/ out house for laundry.") -- [See also Series VII, 2.8 below], 3 March 1926 series 7box 2folder 1item 1.113
Djuna Barnes reaching into leaves of a tree, Alger, Algeria -- [See also Series VII, 2.7 below], March 1926 series 7box 2folder 1item 1.114
Djuna Barnes in garden, Alger, Algeria -- [See also Series VII, 2.9 below], March 1926 series 7box 2folder 1item 1.115
Djuna Barnes reaching into trees (picking fruit?), Alger, Algeria -- [See also Series VII, 2.10 below], March 1926 series 7box 2folder 1item 1.116
Djuna Barnes sitting in rocker outdoors, Alger, Algeria? -- (Appears to be same house as pictured in Series VII, 1.104 above, Samois sure Seine [Identical to Series VII, 2.11 and to Series VII, 2.18 below, with caption: "Algiers."]), 1926 series 7box 2folder 1item 1.117
Djuna Barnes leaning on wall by ocean -- (Three copies) (Negative), circa 1926-1931 (Online) series 7box 2folder 1item 1.118
Unidentified woman sitting on wall by ocean, same location as Series VII, 1.118, wearing hat and polka dot blouse -- [Negative removed from "Agenda Bijou-1926," Series I, Box 1, D. Barnes Daybooks] (Negative), circa 1926-1931 (Online) series 7box 2folder 1item 1.119
M. Eleanor Fitzgerald and her dog, Buff, New York -- (On verso: "Fitzie.") -- [See also Series VII, 2.43 below], 10 January 1927 series 7box 2folder 1item 1.120
Djuna Barnes, Paris -- (On verso: "Djuna Barnes/June 28--/Paris." Two copies) (Negative), June 1928 series 7box 2folder 1item 1.121
Djuna Barnes and Natalie Clifford Barney, Nice, France -- (Two copies) (Negative), circa 1928-1930 series 7box 2folder 1item 1.122
Djuna Barnes and Mina Loy, Nice, France -- (On verso: "Djuna & Mina Loy." Three copies. One copy removed from The Form & Order of the Service that is to be Performed & the Ceremonies that are to be Observed in the Coronation of Her Majesty Queen) -- [See also Series VII, 2.25 below], circa 1928-1930 series 7box 2folder 1item 1.123
Djuna Barnes, from U.S. passport -- [See also Series I, Box 2, Passports and Series VII, 1.125] (Negative), 8 March 1929 series 7box 2folder 1item 1.124
Print of four passport photographs of Djuna Barnes, Series VII, 1.124 above, and Series VII, 1.147, 1.158, and 1.159 below (Negative), 1929, 1933, 1937 series 7box 2folder 1item 1.125
Thelma Wood, sitting, arms on knees -- (On verso: "Thelma."), circa 1920s-1930s series 7box 2folder 1item 1.126
Thelma Wood, sitting on porch in riding outfit -- (On verso: "Thelma.") (Negative), circa 1920s-1930s series 7box 2folder 1item 1.127
Eleanor Barnes, wife of Saxon Barnes, holding a white dog and Saxon Barnes, brother of Djuna Barnes -- (On verso: "Saxon & Eleanor."), circa 1930s series 7box 2folder 1item 1.128
Zendon Barnes, brother of Djuna Barnes, his daughter Lee and his wife Dama -- (On verso: "Zendon & Dama/with daughter Lee."), circa 1930s series 7box 2folder 1item 1.129
Adelaide Budington (wife of Thurn Barnes) and child -- (On verso: "Subj. Djuna Barnes/People Adelaide Budington/(Thurn's wife & child)/acc. No. 13885.") -- [OVERSIZE BOX], circa 1920s-1930s series 7box 2folder 1item 1.130
Oswald Spengler, Munich, Germany -- (On Recto: "18. Apr 21 Munchen/ To Miss Djuna Barnes/from Oswald Spengler." On verso: "Spengler/Munich.") , 18 April 1921 series 7box 2folder 1item 1.220
Djuna Barnes in scene from production of Tolstoy's "Power of Darkness." -- (On verso: "Tolstoy's 'Power of Darkness.' D. Barnes/middle figure, head bowd, hands praying posture./I think a Guild production, date God knows.") -- [OVERSIZE BOX], January 1920 (Online) series 7box 2folder 1item 1.221
People series 7box 3folder 1
Dee Barnes and Joy Barnes, daughters of Djuna Barnes's brother Thurn -- (On verso: "Thurn's two girls/Dee very good looking./Dee and Joy.") , circa 1930s series 7box 3folder 1item 1.131
Djuna Barnes inside half-door numbered 8106, circa 1930s series 7box 3folder 1item 1.132
Dee Barnes, daughter of Djuna Barnes's brother Thurn, and Djuna Barnes in same location as 1.132 above, circa 1930s series 7box 3folder 1item 1.133
Djuna Barnes at Hayford Hall, wearing striped scarf (Negative), circa 1930s series 7box 3folder 1item 1.134
Djuna Barnes leaning into bushes with cigarette in hand (Negative), circa 1930s series 7box 3folder 1item 1.135
Sindbad Vail, son of Peggy Guggenheim; Peggy Guggenheim; Pegeen Vail, daughter of Peggy Guggenheim; and Djuna Barnes on beach -- [See also 2.51 below] (Negative), circa 1930s series 7box 3folder 1item 1.136
Djuna Barnes at beach with Pegeen Vail, Sindbad Vail, and Djuna Barnes on beach (photo cut off), circa 1930s series 7box 3folder 1item 1.137
Constantine Brancusi -- [See also Series VII, 2.51 below], circa 1930s series 7box 3folder 1item 1.138
Jane Heap on boat, circa 1930s series 7box 3folder 1item 1.139
Unidentified woman, Jane Heap, unidentified girl, and unidentified woman (Negative), circa 1930s series 7box 3folder 1item 1.140
Jane Heap? with bike -- [See also 5.26 below, work similar to those exhibited], circa 1930s series 7box 3folder 1item 1.141
Jean Guerin, Allan Ross Macdougall, and Walter Shaw -- (On verso:"Jean Gueren/Dougie Allen Ross MacDougal/Walter Shaw/Foto-Ferroli-Bordighere.") (Negative), circa 1930s series 7box 3folder 1item 1.142
Marcel Duchamp and Jean Guerin in an art gallery -- (On verso: "Marcel & Jean/ g bis/ Photo M. Ronthier/ 37, Rue Davioud--AUT. 87-06/Paris-16e.") -- [See also 2.46 below], circa 1930s series 7box 3folder 1item 1.143
Alice Rohrer, standing in long dress with white collar, gloves (Negative), circa 1930s series 7box 3folder 1item 1.144
Ernst Hanfstaengl, Djuna Barnes, and Charles Henri Ford with pigeons, Munich, Odeonplatz -- (Photograph by Carl Van Vechten. Two copies) -- [See also Series I, Box 2, Passports], October 1931 series 7box 3folder 1item 1.145
Six people standing outdoors at Hayford Hall, including Peggy Guggenheim, Djuna Barnes, Emily Coleman, and John Holms -- (On verso: "Hayford Hall/ [back, left to right] Peggy Guggenheim - Djuna [Barnes]- ? [unidentified] / Emily Coleman / [front] ? [unidentified] - John Holms." Two copies) (Negative), circa 1932-1933 series 7box 3folder 1item 1.146
Djuna Barnes, from U.S. passport issued in Paris -- [See also Series VII, 1.125] (Negative), 23 March 1933 series 7box 3folder 1item 1.147
John Holms, Djuna Barnes, Antonia White, and Peggy Guggenheim, Hayford Hall -- (On verso: "Hayford Hall/Buckfastleigh/Devon/Aug '33/ John Holms/ D.B./ Tony White/Peggy Guggenheim." Four copies) (Negative), August 1933 series 7box 3folder 1item 1.148
Victor Cunard and Djuna Barnes, the Lido, Venice -- (On verso: "Victor Cunard &/Djuna Barnes/Lido-Venice." Removed from The Form & Order of the Service that is to be Performed & the Ceremonies that are to be Observed in the Coronation of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II. Cambridge: University Press, 1953), August 1933 series 7box 3folder 1item 1.149
Charles Henri Ford and Gertrude Stein at Bilignin -- (On verso "With Gertrude Stein at Bilignin September 1933. (I was given the pants.) [signed] Ch x.") (Negative), September 1933 series 7box 3folder 1item 1.150
Djuna Barnes profile, with cane, by Carl Van Vechten -- (On verso: "Photograph by Carl Van Vechten/Cannot be reproduced without permission/Date November 29, 1933/Number XXIIIe:43-") (Negative), 29 November 1933 series 7box 3folder 1item 1.151
Djuna Barnes portrait, with cane, by Carl Van Vechten -- (On verso: "Photograph by Carl Van Vechten/Cannot be reproduced without permission/Date November 29, 1933/Number XXIIIe:44." Two copies) (Negative), 29 November 1933 series 7box 3folder 1item 1.152
Djuna Barnes portrait, with shiny backdrop, by Carl Van Vechten -- (On verso: "Photograph by Carl Van Vechten/Cannot be reproduced without permission/Date November 29, 1933/Number XXIIIe:11." Two copies) (Negative), 29 November 1933 series 7box 3folder 1item 1.153
Thelma Wood standing outdoors -- (On verso: "July 3rd, 1935.") (Negative), 3 July 1935 series 7box 3folder 1item 1.154
Elizabeth Chappell Barnes, wearing a hat -- (On verso: "Mother about April 1936.") (Negative), April 1936 series 7box 3folder 1item 1.155
Peter Chappell Barnes, son of Saxon Barnes -- (On verso: "Peter Chappell Barnes/6 weeks.") , 1937 series 7box 3folder 1item 1.156
Peter Chappell Barnes -- (On verso: "Peter Chappell Barnes/6 weeks old.") -- [See also Series I, Box 2, Passports], 1937 series 7box 3folder 1item 1.157
Djuna Barnes, used on French ID card -- (On verso: "Djuna." Three copies) -- [See also Series VII, 1.125 below] (Negative), 9 July 1937 series 7box 3folder 1item 1.158
Djuna Barnes, from British Certificate of Registration -- (Two copies) -- [See also Series I, Box 2 and Series VII, 1.125 above and 2.49 below] (Negative), 20 December 1937 series 7box 3folder 1item 1.159
Djuna Barnes on sofa with legs crossed -- (On verso: "Petersfield Oct. 1938/Djuna Barnes." Two copies) (Negative), October 1938 series 7box 3folder 1item 1.160
Djuna Barnes, profile -- (Photograph used on French ID dated valid until 11 June 1939), circa 1938-1939 series 7box 3folder 1item 1.161
Charles (Shangar) Barnes, Djuna Barnes's brother, and his son -- (On verso: "Would you like this dear? I stole it from his album with several others. He never has given us pictures of himself so when I got the chance I helped myself naturally. He laughed. Charles & son."), circa 1930s-1940s series 7box 3folder 1item 1.162
Charles (Shangar) Barnes, seated outdoors, circa 1930s-1940s series 7box 3folder 1item 1.163
Charles (Shangar) Barnes, seated indoors -- (On verso: "Charles.") , circa 1930s-1940s series 7box 3folder 1item 1.164
Charles (Shangar) Barnes, working on a scuplture of a man outdoors -- (On verso: "This is the only one I have/& I am sending it to you/for your birthday--Isn't/it lovely? He really/(Seems to be happy at last./My brother Charles."), circa 1930s-1940s series 7box 3folder 1item 1.165
Charles (Shangar) Barnes, cigarette in left hand, reclining in front of a window -- (On verso: "Charles/The only one we have/but I want you to/(See for yourself how/he looked just before/she returned from Bermuda. They are/divorced & he is quite/free but apparently in-/fatuated as much as/ever. Spending money like water on himself & her."), circa 1930s-1940s series 7box 3folder 1item 1.166
Elizabeth Chappell Barnes, walking on paved patio in a park-like setting -- (On verso: "Mrs. E. C. Barnes/ Cape Cod [crossed out] (?)/Mount Kemble--/Morristown, N.J--") , circa 1940 series 7box 3folder 1item 1.167
Elizabeth Chappell Barnes, seated outdoors -- (On verso: "Mother/circa 1940." Four copies) (Negative), circa 1940 series 7box 3folder 1item 1.168
Elizabeth Chappell Barnes, seated wearing glasses -- (On verso: "Mother/circa 1940." Two copies) (Negative), circa 1940 series 7box 3folder 1item 1.169
Andrew Barnes(?) -- (On verso: "Mt. Kemble?[crossed out]/Morristown? [crossed out]/Andrew standing/Summit--New Jersey/house of Saxon Barnes."), circa 1940s series 7box 3folder 1item 1.170
Djuna Barnes, profile in pilgrim-style hat (Negative), circa 1940s series 7box 3folder 1item 1.171
Sidney Carlyle (1893-1962) -- (On verso: "Subj. Barnes, Djuna/People Sidney Carlyle 1893 to 11/3/62/on back--"His Lament To die, without applause/No bows, no calls/No glamoured light/No praise, no barb/of critic pen,/The sudden dark/ So heavy curtain/and forever--silence./Acc. No. 13887.") , circa 1940s series 7box 3folder 1item 1.172
Unidentified woman holding a baby and man on porch swing -- (On verso: "Velarge/JUL 22 1943/Eastman Kodak Stores/Pittsburgh."), 1943 series 7box 3folder 1item 1.173
Joy Barnes, daughter of Thurn Barnes -- (On verso: "To Auntie Djuna/with all my love./Joy/daughter of Thurn.") , circa 1945 series 7box 3folder 1item 1.174
Dee Barnes, daughter of Thurn Barnes -- (On verso: "Dear Auntie Djuna--/I wish you/Love always/ Dee/12/45/daughter of Thurn."), December 1945 series 7box 3folder 1item 1.175
Djuna Barnes at iron gate, Patchin Place, New York City -- (On verso: "July 48/N.Y.C/989." Five copies) -- [One copy in MC] (Negative), July 1948 series 7box 3folder 1item 1.176
Djuna Barnes at iron gate, Patchin Place, New York City (Negative), July 1948 series 7box 3folder 1item 1.177
Djuna Barnes, from U.S. passport dated January 13, 1949 -- (Two copies) -- [See also Series I, Box 2 and Series VII, 1.171 above] (Negative), 13 January 1948 series 7box 3folder 1item 1.178
Solita Solano -- (On verso: "Subj. Barnes, Djuna/People Solano, Solita On back--'My little/peasant house, 300 years old. The maid Suzanne./Lib & Janet here and send you love. Lib must soon leave/for her parents. I stay till end Sept. [send?] a/line of news? Solita./Martie took D. back to America' Acc. no. 13884.") -- [OVERSIZE BOX] (Negative), circa 1940s-1950s series 7box 3folder 1item 1.179
Djuna Barnes seated, wearing polka dot scarf -- (On verso: "Property of Djuna Barnes,/5, Patchin Place./New York, N.Y. 10011." "Djuna Barnes--/(please return to)/5, Patchin Place,/N.Y N.Y./Please credit/M. Morehouse/4 Patchin Pl." Four copies) (Negative), circa 1950s series 7box 3folder 1item 1.180
Christine Koschel -- (On verso: "Subj. Barnes, Djuna/People Christine Koschel/Acc. No. 13880.") -- [OVERSIZE BOX] , circa 1950s series 7box 3folder 1item 1.181
Ernst Hanfstaengl (Putzi), January 1952 series 7box 3folder 1item 1.182
Peggy Guggenheim seated in front row of a large group in a room, perhaps, of an art gallery. Two unidentified men on either side of her -- (On verso: "Foto Gugi----/Bordighera/stet/21/Peggy--sometime in/1953."), 1953 series 7box 3folder 1item 1.183
Peggy Guggenheim and Jean Cocteau, seated at a table in a restaurant -- (On verso: "237-8/Foto Ferroli Bordighera/Cocteau--/Peggy--1953." Two copies) (Negative), 1953 series 7box 3folder 1item 1.184
Djuna Barnes seated on sofa with lamp behind her -- (Photograph by Saxon Barnes), 25 November 1953 series 7box 3folder 1item 1.185
Djuna Barnes seated on sofa with lamp behind her -- (Photograph by Saxon Barnes), 25 November 1953 series 7box 3folder 1item 1.186
Djuna Barnes seated on sofa with lamp behind her -- (Photograph by Saxon Barnes), 25 November 1953 series 7box 3folder 1item 1.187
Djuna Barnes seated on sofa with lamp behind her -- (Photograph by Saxon Barnes. Two copies) (Negative), 25 November 1953 series 7box 3folder 1item 1.188
Djuna Barnes seated on sofa with lamp behind her -- (Photograph by Saxon Barnes. On verso: "Subj. D. Barnes/November 25-53/taken by Saxon." Three copies), 25 November 1953 series 7box 3folder 1item 1.189
Djuna Barnes seated on sofa with lamp behind her -- (Photograph by Saxon Barnes. Five copies) (Negative), 25 November 1953 series 7box 3folder 1item 1.190
Djuna Barnes seated on sofa with lamp behind her -- (Photograph by Saxon Barnes. Two copies), 25 November 1953 series 7box 3folder 1item 1.191
Djuna Barnes seated, with clock about her on the wall -- (Photograph by Berenice Abbott. On verso: "October 1957/[taken by Berenice Abbott].") -- [OVERSIZE BOX] (Negative), October 1953 series 7box 3folder 1item 1.192
Djuna Barnes with sunglasses and cap -- (On verso: "Oct. 57.") (Negative), October 1957 series 7box 3folder 1item 1.193
Djuna Barnes leaning on hand -- (On verso: "Oct 57.") (Negative), October 1957 series 7box 3folder 1item 1.194
Djuna Barnes and George Ivan Smith -- (On verso: "October 4th, 1961./United Nations--Delegates--Lounge. Djuna Barnes with George Ivan Smith (Information/officer, friend of Dag Hammarskjöld)."), 4 October 1957 series 7box 3folder 1item 1.195
Laurence Vail with his children from his marriage to Kay Boyle -- (On verso: "Subj. Barnes, Djuna/People Lawrence Vail/13882--1962--Apple 13883--1970.") -- [OVERSIZE BOX; See also Series VII, 2.52 for photograph of Vail] , 1962 series 7box 3folder 1item 1.196
Djuna Barnes, in front of iron gate at Patchin Place -- (On verso: "Taken by Marion Moorhouse (Mrs. E. E. Cummings)/April 14--'62/5 Patchin Pl./ 'for N.Y. Times,' but not used/Photo credit: M. Morehouse/Djuna Barnes, author of THE ANTIPHON, a verse play/in three acts which will be published by Farrar,/Straus and Cudahy on March 17, 1958." Two copies) (Negative), circa March 1958 series 7box 3folder 1item 1.197
Djuna Barnes, in front of door, Patchin Place -- (On verso: "April 14--'62 taken by Marion Cummings/Patchin Pl." Two copies) (Negative), circa March 1958 series 7box 3folder 1item 1.198
Unidentified girl and pig -- (On verso: "emma & Proscilla/1968 or thereabouts."), 1968 series 7box 3folder 1item 1.199
Leigh Day, niece of Djuna Barnes -- (On verso: "Guggenheim Art/Collection,/Venice,/May 1969/[My ni Leigh Day]."), May 1969 series 7box 3folder 1item 1.200
Unidentified woman with long hair at beach, circa 1970s series 7box 3folder 1item 1.201
Laurence Vail?, with a woman, two boys, and a girl -- (On verso: "Subj. Barnes, Djuna/People Lawrence Vail/13882--1962--Apple 13883--1970.") -- [OVERSIZE BOX], 1970 series 7box 3folder 1item 1.202
Djuna Barnes and Sarah Day(?), at the home of Barnes's niece Leigh Day -- (On verso: "Me & Sarah/May 1970--at Leigh's."), May 1970 series 7box 3folder 1item 1.203
Contact sheet of photographs Djuna Barnes in Patchin Place, N.Y., N.Y -- (By Catherine Hopkins. Contact prints made from negatives of photographs of Barnes taken by Catherine Hopkins in Greenwich Village in 1970-1971), circa 1970-1971 series 7box 3folder 1item 1.204
Contact sheet of photographs Djuna Barnes in Patchin Place, N.Y., N.Y -- (By Catherine Hopkins. Contact prints made from negatives of photographs of Barnes taken by Catherine Hopkins in Greenwich Village in 1970-1971), circa 1970-1971 series 7box 3folder 1item 1.205
Djuna Barnes in Patchin Place, N.Y., N.Y -- (By Catherine Hopkins. Print of #30A on 205. Standing outside, in winter coat and hat. Two copies), circa 1970-1971 series 7box 3folder 1item 1.206
Djuna Barnes in Patchin Place, N.Y., N.Y -- (By Catherine Hopkins. Print of #15A or 16A on 205. Indoor portrait. Two copies) (Negative), circa 1970-1971 series 7box 3folder 1item 1.207
Djuna Barnes at the home of Coburn Britton -- (On versos: Typed inscription: "Djuna Barnes--a snap-shot by an unknown, taken about 1971, in the winter,/at the home of Mr. Coby Britton, editor of 'Prose' (defunct now)./Someones shoulder (we are sitting on a sofa) is taking up my right side./ Lamp and shade sticking up on my left side. on the right side of Russian cap'd head,/what appears to be hair back of ear, is not--as hair is short cut. The thing is/difficult with fuzziness, say such as the tooth that seems to shine out of/the smiling mouth, as if it were gold capped---it isn't. Must be light unfortunately/making it seem so. The eyes seem to be shut (because smiling?)/(weight about 90 pounds)/I do not think you can do much with it./The white blob on chest, is a yellow rose, given by host." Second print, handwritten inscription: "Coburn Britton's/on coming out of Margaret/Anderson's last book./Djuna Barnes, 1970./Two copies-glossy./Return to Djuna Barnes--/5 Patchin Place,/New York, N.Y. 10011.") (Negative), circa 1970-1971 series 7box 3folder 1item 1.208
Djuna Perkins -- (On verso: "Djuna Perkins/born May 20, 1968/(Mr. Perkins's daughter)."), circa 1971 series 7box 3folder 1item 1.209
Young female member of Silas Glossop family -- (On verso: "Emma, summer, 1972."), Summer 1972 series 7box 3folder 1item 1.210
Young female member of Silas Glossop family -- (On verso: "Jessica Unity,/1972.") -- [See also Series II, Box 2, Berthe Cleyrerque, 1969-1977], 1972 series 7box 3folder 1item 1.211
Member of Silas Glossop family -- (On verso: "Brane,/1972."), 1972 (Online) series 7box 3folder 1item 1.212
Romaine Brooks and Natalie Clifford Barney -- (On verso: "27. 3 1972/Chere Mlle Barnes./En souvenir de/Berthe Cleyrerque/j'ai fait cette/photo de Miss Barney/de Mme Brooks/de 2 de mai 1966/a Fiesole Italie/dans la propriete/de Romaine je/pense que cela/vous ferra plaisir/depuis si longtemps/affectuesement/Berthe.") (Negative), circa 2 May 1966 series 7box 3folder 1item 1.213
Eric Hanfstaengl and Montserrat Ewalt, Munich, Germany -- (On verso: "Eric Hanfstaengl/grandson of Putzi (Ernest) Hanfstaengl/& Monserrat Ewalt/1973."), 1973 series 7box 3folder 1item 1.214
Saxon Barnes seated on a bench -- (On verso: "Saxon/summer 1974."), Summer 1974 series 7box 3folder 1item 1.215
Nedra Dean -- [See also Series II, Box 4, Nedra Dean, 1974], July 1974 series 7box 3folder 1item 1.216
Christine Koschel -- (On verso: "Rome/September 27, 1978."), 27 September 1978 series 7box 3folder 1item 1.217
Christine Koschel and Inge von Weidenbaum -- (On verso: "Christine Koschel--Inge von/Weidenbaum, Rome/work at Vatican." Recto: "With our French Gryphon, January 1982.") -- [See also Series II, Box 10, Christine Koschel, 1970-1982] series 7box 3folder 1item 1.218
Unidentified man dancing in top hat and tuxedo -- [See also Series VII, 2.47 below], undated series 7box 3folder 1item 1.219
Scrapbook series 7box 4folder 1
Djuna Barnes -- (Captioned: "(Sarony)--Djuna/1909." [Identical to Series VII, 1.14 above]), 1909 series 7box 4folder 1item 2.1
Djuna Barnes -- (Captioned: "Djuna at about 20-22 (?)." [Identical to Series VII, 1.20 above]), circa 1912 series 7box 4folder 1item 2.2
Djuna Barnes, sitting on table, Samois sur Seine, France -- (Captioned "Samois, 1925.") -- [See also Series VII, 1.104 above] (Negative), 1925 series 7box 4folder 1item 2.3
Djuna Barnes, smoking, Samois sur Seine, France -- (Captioned "Samois, 1925.") -- [See also Series VII, 1.105 above], 1925 series 7box 4folder 1item 2.4
Djuna Barnes standing by carousel -- [See also Series VII, 1.106 above], circa 1925-1926 series 7box 4folder 1item 2.5
Djuna Barnes with cane on doorstep -- [See also Series VII, 1.107 above], circa 1925-1926 series 7box 4folder 1item 2.6
Djuna Barnes reaching into leaves of a tree, Alger, Algeria -- (Captioned: "Alger March 1926.") -- [See also Series VII, 1.114 above] , March 1926 series 7box 4folder 1item 2.7
Djuna Barnes in striped dress next to building, Alger, Algeria -- [See also Series VII, 1.113 above], 3 March 1926 series 7box 4folder 1item 2.8
Djuna Barnes in garden, Alger, Algeria -- [See also Series VII, 1.115 above], March 1926 series 7box 4folder 1item 2.9
Djuna Barnes reaching into trees (picking fruit?), Alger, Algeria -- [See also Series VII, 1.116 above], March 1926 series 7box 4folder 1item 2.10
Djuna Barnes sitting in rocker outdoors, Alger, Algeria? Appears to be same house as pictured in Series VII, 1.104 above, Samois sur Seine -- [See also Series VII, 1.117 above and 2.18 below] (Negative), March 1926? series 7box 4folder 1item 2.11
Djuna Barnes with another female, perhaps Elizabeth Chapell Barnes, her mother, and small dog -- [See also Series VII, 1.111 above], circa 1925-1926 series 7box 4folder 1item 2.12
Baroness Elsa von Freytag-Loringhoven and Djuna Barnes, on beach -- [See also Series VII, 1.112 above] (Negative), circa 1926 series 7box 4folder 1item 2.13
Thelma Wood sitting on table, in Samois sur Seine, France -- [See also Series VII, 1.103 above], 1925 series 7box 4folder 1item 2.14
Djuna Barnes, brother Charles/Shangar, and mother, Elizabeth Chappell Barnes, on beach in Provincetown, Massachusetts -- [See also Series VII, 1.109 above], circa 1925-1926 series 7box 4folder 1item 2.15
Djuna Barnes on beach in Provincetown, Massachusetts -- [See also Series VII, 1.108 above], circa 1925-1926 series 7box 4folder 1item 2.16
Thelma Wood and Djuna Barnes on beach in Provincetown, Massachusetts -- [See also Series VII, 1.110 above] (Negative), circa 1925-1926 (Online) series 7box 4folder 1item 2.17
Djuna Barnes sitting in rocker outdoors, Alger, Algeria(?) -- (Captioned: "Algiers/ D.B.") -- [See also Series VII, 1.117 and 2.11 above], March 1926? series 7box 4folder 1item 2.18
Dilly, Djuna Barnes's cat -- (Captioned: "Dilly--red & white.") -- [See also Series VII, 1.81 above], circa 1920s series 7box 4folder 1item 2.19
Dilly, Djuna Barnes's cat -- [See also Series VII, 1.82 above], circa 1920s series 7box 4folder 1item 2.20
Dilly, Djuna Barnes's cat -- [See also Series VII, 1.83 above], circa 1920s series 7box 4folder 1item 2.21
Dilly, Djuna Barnes's cat -- [See also Series VII, 1.79 above], circa 1920s series 7box 4folder 1item 2.22
Dilly, Djuna Barnes's cat -- [See also Series VII, 1.80 above], circa 1920s series 7box 4folder 1item 2.23
Dilly, Djuna Barnes's cat -- [See also Series VII, 1.84 above], circa 1920s series 7box 4folder 1item 2.24
Djuna Barnes and Mina Loy, Nice, France -- (Captioned: "Dj. Barnes--Mina Loy/ Nice--France.") -- [See also Series VII, 1.123 above] (Negative), circa 1928-1930 series 7box 4folder 1item 2.25
Djuna Barnes, Paris -- (Photograph by Man Ray. Captioned: "Djuna Barnes." [Identical to Series VII, 1.96 above]) -- [See also Series VII, 1.97 above], 1925 series 7box 4folder 1item 2.26
Djuna Barnes, being forcibly fed -- (Captioned: "World Bld./Aug 16-14.") -- [See also Series VII, 1.26 above] (Negative), 16 August 1914 (Online) series 7box 4folder 1item 2.27
Djuna Barnes, being forcibly fed -- (Captioned: "World Bld./Aug 16-14.") -- [See also Series VII, 1.27 above] (Negative), 16 August 1914 (Online) series 7box 4folder 1item 2.28
Djuna Barnes being forcibly fed -- (On verso: "Djuna forcibly fed/for N.Y.World/(showing what/suffragettes went/through).") -- [See also Series VII, 1.28 above], 16 August 1914 (Online) series 7box 4folder 1item 2.29
Djuna Barnes being forcibly fed -- (Captioned: "During suffrage/Djuna Barnes being artificially fed/for article in 'World'/ 1914.") -- [See also Series VII, 1.29 above], 16 August 1914 (Online) series 7box 4folder 1item 2.30
Djuna Barnes being forcibly fed -- (Captioned: "During suffrage/Djuna Barnes being artificially fed/for article in 'World'/ 1914.") -- [See also Series VII, 1.30 above], 16 August 1914 (Online) series 7box 4folder 1item 2.31
M. Eleanor Fitzgerald, sitting in back seat of an automobile -- (Caption: "Fitzi.") -- [See also Series VII, 1.53 above], circa 1920s series 7box 4folder 1item 2.32
Djuna Barnes standing by an iron fence -- [See also Series VII, 1.50 above] (Negative), circa 1920s series 7box 4folder 1item 2.33
Susanna Chappell, only sister of mother of Djuna Barnes -- (Captioned: "Aunt Sue/only sister of Elizabeth Chappell Barnes.") -- [See also Series VII, 1.7 above], circa 1900 series 7box 4folder 1item 2.34
Djuna Barnes, Charlie Chaplin, and an unidentified man, Berlin -- (Caption: "Berlin--about 1921--Hotel Adlon/ Adlon Hotel Berlin/ D.B. Chaplin.") -- [See also Series VII, 1.94 above] (Negative), circa 1921 series 7box 4folder 1item 2.35
M. Eleanor Fitzgerald and Alexander Berkman, sitting on park bench -- (Captioned: "Alexander/Berkman & Fitzi.") -- [See also Series VII, 1.54 above] (Negative), circa 1920s series 7box 4folder 1item 2.36
M. Eleanor Fitzgerald wearing cape, view from behind -- (Caption: "Fitzi.") -- [See also Series VII, 1.52 above], circa 1920s series 7box 4folder 1item 2.37
Inez Milholland, Milholland's brother, Djuna Barnes, Milholland's sister, Eugene Boissevain -- (Captions on and around photograph: "Inez Millholland/ her brother me--her sister--/Eugene Boisevain(?) Her husband/married Edna Millay.") -- [See also Series VII, 1.39 above] (Negative), circa 1915 series 7box 4folder 1item 2.38
Mary Pyne wearing ammunition belt with gun holster -- (Captioned: "Mary Pyne.") -- [See also Series VII, 1.63 above], circa 1920s series 7box 4folder 1item 2.39
Djuna Barnes, Ernst (Putzi) Hanfstaengl, Inez Milholland -- (Captioned: "Inez/Mill/holland/me &/Putzi.") -- [See also Series VII, 1.38 above] (Negative), circa 1915 series 7box 4folder 1item 2.40
Ernst (Putzi) Hanfstaengl -- (Captioned: "Putz Hanfstaengl") -- [See also Series VII, 1.37 above] (Negative), February 1915 series 7box 4folder 1item 2.41
M. Eleanor Fitzgerald and her sister, Cora -- (Captions: "Fitzi & Cora, her sister/Fitzi & Cora.") -- [See also Series VII, 1.51 above] (Negative), circa 1920s series 7box 4folder 1item 2.42
M. Eleanor Fitzgerald and her dog, Buff, New York -- (On verso: "Foto Topuics, Inc./263W ??th Street/New York City/Re-Order by Number:/Jan 10, 1927/Love from Fitzi/and Buff." Captioned: "Fitzi.") -- [See also Series VII, 1.120 above], 10 January 1927 series 7box 4folder 1item 2.43
Ernst (Putzi) Hanfstaengl and unidentified man -- (On verso of board on which Series VII, 2.44, 2.45, and 2.46 are mounted: "Subj. Barnes, Djuna/13888 Charles Chappell/13889 Ernst Hanfstaengl D. Barnes, Charles----/on back 'Munchen Oct 1931--Odenplatz--Putzi, Djuna & Charles'/ 13890 Ernst Hanfstaengl--on back 'For Djuna with all the/best wishes from Putzi. January"), January 1952 series 7box 4folder 1item 2.44
Charles Henri Ford -- [OVERSIZE BOX; See also Series VII, 1.36 above], undated series 7box 4folder 1item 2.45
Ernst Hanfstaengl, Djuna Barnes, and Charles Henri Ford with pigeons, Munich, Odeonplatz -- (Photograph by Carl Van Vechten) -- [OVERSIZE BOX; See also Series VII, 1.145 above], October 1931 series 7box 4folder 1item 2.46
Unidentified man dancing in top hat and tuxedo -- [See also Series VII, 1.219 above], undated series 7box 4folder 1item 2.47
Djuna Barnes's painting of Alice Rohrer -- [See also Series VII, 4.10 below] series 7box 4folder 1item 2.48
Djuna Barnes, profile -- (Photograph used on French ID dated valid until 11 June 1939) -- [See also Series VII, 1.161 above], circa 1938-1939 series 7box 4folder 1item 2.49
Djuna Barnes in hat with veil -- [See also Series VII, 1.49 above], circa 1920s series 7box 4folder 1item 2.50
Constantine Brancusi, 1930s -- (On recto: "A Djuna Barnes/ affecteusement/ C. Brancusi.") -- [See also Series VII, 1.138 above], circa 1930s series 7box 4folder 1item 2.51
Unidentified woman and Laurence Vail -- (Captioned: "Lawrence Vail.") -- [See also Series VII, 1.196 above] (Negative), circa 1920s series 7box 4folder 1item 2.52
Helen Westley -- (On verso: "A bankrupt who inhabits a beautiful mansion, Helen.") -- [See also Series VII, 1.67 above] (Negative), circa 1920s series 7box 4folder 1item 2.53
Natalie Clifford Barney on a pony -- (Captioned: "Natalie (Barney).") -- [See also Series VII, 1.2 above] (Negative), circa 1880s series 7box 4folder 1item 2.54
Buildings and Miscellaneous Photographs series 7box 4folder 2
Flores House, Oakham, Rutland, England; birthplace of mother of Djuna Barnes -- (On verso: "Entrance to Flores House/ Oakham, Rutland, Eng./ Built in 13th Century./ Birthplace of Elizabeth Chappell. Born 1862/ Daughter of Henry/ and Ann Chappell/ nee Ann Chamberlain."), undated series 7box 4folder 2item 3.1
Elizabeth Chappell Barnes's parents' house; house and street with church and business, "Shimeld Bros. Branch," Oakham, Rutland, England, circa 1910-1920? series 7box 4folder 2item 3.2
Catalina Island, California -- (On recto: "Catalina Island/ California." On verso: "From mother's brother Arthur ('Chappie') Chappell."), undated series 7box 4folder 2item 3.3
Birthplace of Djuna Barnes, Cornwall-on-Hudson, NY -- (On versos: "'The Chalet'/ Cornwall-on-Hudson--where I/ was born--June 12--1892." "The house where Djuna Barnes was born." Three copies.) (Negative), undated series 7box 4folder 2item 3.4
Barnes family home on Storm King Mountain, Cornwall-on-Hudson, NY -- (On verso: "TCB--Dad's Home/in NY State."), undated series 7box 4folder 2item 3.5
Stone memorial with plaque: "The gift to/ Storm King School/ of these lovely wooded acres/ mirrors the style and grace/ of the donors./ Suzanna and Rients Vanderwoude/ Eternal thanks to them/ from all who love the school/ 1981.", undated series 7box 4folder 2item 3.6
Headmaster's house, Storm King School, Cornwall-on-Hudson, NY -- (On verso: "Headmaster's house,/Storm King School./Behind this house/a path climbs up/the mountain where/Djuna's ashes were/scattered."), 1983 series 7box 4folder 2item 3.7
Location of where ashes of Djuna Barnes were scattered. Cornwall-on-Hudson, NY -- (On verso: "These small trees are/the dogwood trees/planted in memory/of Djuna, and around/which her ashes were scattered."), 1983 series 7box 4folder 2item 3.8
Patchin Place, Greenwich Village, NY -- (Photograph by by Marion Morehouse. On recto: "Marion Morehouse.") (VT, DR6), undated series 7box 4folder 2item 3.9
Cafe des Deux Magots, reproduced from photograph on notecard from Charles Henri Ford to Djuna Barnes, August 9, 1954 -- (In color) -- [See also Series II, Box 7] (Negative), circa 1954 series 7box 4folder 2item 3.10
Snapshot of 15th century European building(?), undated series 7box 4folder 2item 3.11
It Palazzone, Cortona, Tuscany, Italy -- (Color. On verso: "View from Il Palazzone,/Cortona."), undated series 7box 4folder 2item 3.12
Sculpture of woman in hat and bustle series 7box 4folder 2item 3.13
Front, dust jacket, The Antiphon. (Negative), undated series 7box 4folder 2item 3.14
Front, dust jacket, Faber and Faber edition of Nightwood. (Negative), undated series 7box 4folder 2item 3.15
Djuna Barnes to T. S. Eliot, TL, 28 September 1955, p. 1 (Negative), undated series 7box 4folder 2item 3.16
Djuna Barnes to T. S. Eliot, TL, 28 September 1955, p. 2, undated series 7box 4folder 2item 3.17
Notre Dame Cathedral, Paris -- (On verso: "Front of N. D."), undated series 7box 4folder 2item 3.18
Djuna Barnes, page from "Viaticum" manuscript dated 1 September 1974, 2005 series 7box 4folder 2item 3.19
Drawings and Paintings series 7box 4folder 3
Djuna Barnes, "Djuna Little; Djuna Big." -- (Two copies) -- [See Series VIII, 2.8] (Negative), undated series 7box 4folder 3item 4.1
Djuna Barnes, Self-portrait of older Barnes in hat, line drawing -- [See Series VIII, 2.1] (Negative), undated series 7box 4folder 3item 4.2
Djuna Barnes, portrait of Mary Blair -- (On verso: "Djuna Barnes portrait of/Mary Blair--1927/1927 or 8?" Two copies) (Negative), circa 1927-1928 series 7box 4folder 3item 4.3
Djuna Barnes, Sketch of Mary Blair (head only) -- [See also Series VIII, 2.2] (Negative), undated series 7box 4folder 3item 4.4
Djuna Barnes, Emily Coleman as Madame Majeska -- (On verso: "Painted about 1936--by/Djuna Barnes, of/Emily Coleman/D. Barnes/ Photo Marc Vaux/114 bis, Rue de Vaugirard/Paris Vie Tel. LITre 90-01." Two copies) (Negative), circa 1936 series 7box 4folder 3item 4.5
Djuna Barnes, man seated on a chaise lounge -- (Inscription on versos: "Oil Painting on cardboard,/by Djuna Barnes--now in/the possession of Rudolph Glossop/of Penzance England./Date of painting forgotten./Background was gold leaf,/chase longue, was burgundy." "Oil--painted by/Djuna Barnes/in the possession of/Rudolph Glossop." Two color prints, one black and white.) (Negative), undated series 7box 4folder 3item 4.6
Djuna Barnes, portrait of James Joyce, original sketch, pen and ink -- [See also Series VIII, 2.3] (Negative), undated series 7box 4folder 3item 4.7
Djuna Barnes, portrait of James Light, pencil drawing -- (Two black and white prints, one color) -- [See also Series VIII, 2.4] (Negative), undated series 7box 4folder 3item 4.8
Djuna Barnes, portrait of Jules Pascin, pencil and watercolor -- (On verso: ""Photograph from the/Worcester Art Museum, Worcester 9, Massachusetts/Artist: Djuna Barnes, 1892-/School American/Subject Jules Pascin/Material and construction Pencil and Water color/16 7/8 x 11 1/4 in./The Dial Collection (39.19774)/This photograph is furnished with the owner's permission for the following purpose: study/Permission for use of this photograph for any other than the stated purpsoe/must be procured from the owner. through the Worcester Art Museum.") , undated series 7box 4folder 3item 4.9
Djuna Barnes, portrait of Alice Rohrer, oil painting on wood (black and white) -- (On versos: "'Alice'/by Djuna Barnes." "Taken by Times photographer to use in an article about/D.B. for A. Unseld--1971." Six copies) -- [See also Series VII, 2.48 above] (Negative), 1934, 1971, and undated? series 7box 4folder 3item 4.10
Djuna Barnes, portrait of Helen Westley in "John Ferguson" -- [See also Series VIII 2.6] (Negative), undated series 7box 4folder 3item 4.11
Portrait of head of a woman, pencil drawing -- [See also Series VIII, 2.7] (Negative), undated series 7box 4folder 3item 4.12
Djuna Barnes, ink and pencil drawing of woman with a fan, ink and pencil drawing -- [See also Series VIII, 2.9] (Negative), undated series 7box 4folder 3item 4.13
Djuna Barnes, portrait of Cordelia Coker Pearson in riding clothes -- (One black and white print and three color) -- [OVERSIZE BOX] (Negative), undated (Online) series 7box 4folder 3item 4.14
Djuna Barnes, oil painting on wood of "ambisexual art dealer," wearing green garment and high white collar (Negative), undated series 7box 4folder 3item 4.15
Djuna Barnes, portrait of Alice Rohrer, oil painting on wood (color) -- (Two copies) (Negative), undated series 7box 4folder 3item 4.83
Djuna Barnes, portrait of Alice Rohrer, oil painting on wood (color contact sheet) (Negative; VT, DR6), undated series 7box 4folder 3item 4.84
Djuna Barnes, portrait of Alice Rohrer, oil painting on wood (color slides) (Negative), undated series 7box 4folder 3item 4.85
Illustrations from The Book of Repulsive Women series 7box 5folder 1
Plate 1, The Book of Repulsive Women: 8 Rhythms and 5 Drawings -- ([New York: Guido Bruno, 1915 (Bruno Chap Books 2, November 1915)], p. 103) (Negative), undated series 7box 5folder 1item 4.16
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) (Negative), undated series 7box 5folder 1item 4.17
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), undated series 7box 5folder 1item 4.90
Illustrations from A Book series 7box 5folder 2
Portrait (Helen Westley), A Book -- ([New York: Boni and Liveright, 1923], opposite p. 30) -- [See also Series VIII, 3.1] (Negative), undated series 7box 5folder 2item 4.18
Portrait (Head of a Man), A Book -- ([New York: Boni and Liveright, 1923], opposite p. 58) -- [See also Series VIII, 3.2] (Negative), undated series 7box 5folder 2item 4.19
Portrait Study (Mary Pyne), A Book -- ([New York: Boni and Liveright, 1923], opposite p. 144) -- [See also Series VIII, 3.3] (Negative), undated series 7box 5folder 2item 4.20
Portrait (Ida Rauh), A Book -- ([New York: Boni and Liveright, 1923], opposite p. 172) -- [See also Series VIII, 3.4 and 4.1] (Negative), undated series 7box 5folder 2item 4.21
Illustrations from Ladies Almanack series 7box 5folder 3
Two mermaids (vignette), Ladies Almanack -- ([Paris: Djuna Barnes, 1928], p. 3. Color) -- [See also Series VIII, 3.17] (Negative), undated series 7box 5folder 3item 4.22
The Book All Ladies Should Carry, Ladies Almanack -- ([Paris: Djuna Barnes, 1928], p. 5. One color, two black and white) (Negative), undated series 7box 5folder 3item 4.23
Windy March, Ladies Almanack -- ([Paris: Djuna Barnes, 1928], p. 18. One color, one black and white) -- [See also Series VIII, 3.22] (Negative), undated series 7box 5folder 3item 4.24
This is the part about Heaven that has never been told, Ladies Almanack -- ([Paris: Djuna Barnes, 1928], p. 25. Color) -- [See also Series VIII, 3.23] (Negative), undated series 7box 5folder 3item 4.25
Sweet May, Ladies Almanack -- ([Paris: Djuna Barnes, 1928], p. 30. Color) -- [See also Series VIII, 3.25] (Negative), undated series 7box 5folder 3item 4.26
August, Ladies Almanack -- ([Paris: Djuna Barnes, 1928], p. 47. One black and white) -- [See also Series VIII, 3.6] (Negative), undated series 7box 5folder 3item 4.27
Zodiac, Ladies Almanack -- ([Paris: Djuna Barnes, 1928], p. 52. One color, one black and white) -- [See also Series VIII, 2.10] (Negative), undated series 7box 5folder 3item 4.28
September, Ladies Almanack -- ([Paris: Djuna Barnes, 1928], p. 55. Color) -- [See also Series VIII, 3.8] (Negative), undated series 7box 5folder 3item 4.29
Mass, Ladies Almanack -- ([Paris: Djuna Barnes, 1928], p. 85. Black and white) -- [See also Series VIII, 3.33] (Negative), undated series 7box 5folder 3item 4.30
Two cherubs on a blue star, Ladies Almanack -- ([Paris: Djuna Barnes, 1928], back of wrapper) -- [See also Series VIII, 3.13 and 3.16] (Negative), undated series 7box 5folder 3item 4.31
Illustrations from Ryder series 7box 5folder 4
The Tree of Ryder (frontispiece), Ryder -- ([New York: H. Liveright, 1928; Elmwood Park, IL: Dalkey Archives Press, 1990], p. ii) -- [See also Series VIII, 3.34] (Negative), undated series 7box 5folder 4item 4.32
Jesus Mundane, Ryder -- ([1928], p. xiv; [New York: St. Martin's Press, 1979], opposite p. 1; [1990], p. 2) -- [See also Series VIII, 3.35] (Negative), undated series 7box 5folder 4item 4.33
Sophia and the Chamberpots, Ryder -- ([1990], p. 10. Two copies) -- [See also Series VIII, 3.108] (Negative), undated series 7box 5folder 4item 4.34
Rape and Repining ("Ear to the Ground my Gossips"), Ryder -- ([1928; 1979], opposite p. 26; [1990], p. 22) -- [See also Series VIII, 3.36] (Negative), undated series 7box 5folder 4item 4.35
Sisters Louise, Ryder -- ([1990], p. 38) -- [See also Series VIII, 4.40] (Negative), undated series 7box 5folder 4item 4.36
All Because of Wendell!, Ryder -- ([1928; 1979], opposite p. 48; [1990], p. 40. Two copies) -- [See also Series VIII, 3.37] (Negative), undated series 7box 5folder 4item 4.37
Pennyfinder the Bull, Ryder -- ([1990], p. 63) -- [See also Series VIII, 3.39] (Negative), undated series 7box 5folder 4item 4.38
Horace Chubble Brushing Around Heaven (angels only), Ryder -- (On verso: "For cover--/D. Barnes/Photo Marc Vaux/114, Rue de Vaugirard/Paris-Vie-Tel. Littre 09-01." Three copies) (Negative), undated series 7box 5folder 4item 4.39
Horace Chubble Brushing Around Heaven, Ryder -- ([1979], opposite p. 88; [1990], p. 72. On verso: "D. Barnes/Photographie/Artistique & Industriel/Marc Vaux/43, Avenue du Maine, 23/Paris-XV." Three copies. Copy c is reversed) (Negative), undated series 7box 5folder 4item 4.40
Horace Chubble Brushing Around Heaven, Ryder -- ([1979], opposite p. 88; [1990], p. 72. On verso: "Photographie/Artistique & Industriel/Marc Vaux/43, Avenue du Maine, 23/Paris-XV." Hand-colored copy), undated series 7box 5folder 4item 4.41
Midwive's Lament, Ryder -- ([1928; 1979], opposite p. 93; [1990], p. 76) -- [See also Series VIII, 3.38. ) (Negative), undated series 7box 5folder 4item 4.42
Non E Vero--1850 ("Who was the Girl"), Ryder -- ([1979], opposite p. 99; [1990], p. 82. Two copies) (Negative), undated series 7box 5folder 4item 4.43
Beast, Ryder -- ([1990], p. 118) -- [See also Series VIII, 3.41] (Negative), undated series 7box 5folder 4item 4.44
The Soliloquy of Dr. Matthew O'Connor, Ryder -- ([1928], opposite p. 172; [1979], opposite p. 173; [1990], p. 136) -- [See also Series VIII, 3.42] (Negative), undated series 7box 5folder 4item 4.45
Ye Olde Wives Tail or how Wendell was Comforted, Ryder -- ([1990], p. 174. Two copies) -- [See also Series VIII, 3.46] (Negative), undated series 7box 5folder 4item 4.46
Jonah! ("Fine Bitches All!"), Ryder -- ([1928; 1979], opposite p. 249; [1990], p. 190) -- [See also Series VIII, 3.43) (Negative), undated series 7box 5folder 4item 4.47
Once Upon a Time ... ("Going To, and Coming From"), Ryder -- ([1928], opposite p. 281; [1979], dust jacket and opposite p. 281; [1990], p. 212) -- [See also Series VIII, 3.44] (Negative), undated series 7box 5folder 4item 4.48
I'm to be Queen of the Carrier Pigeons ("Three Great Moments of History"), Ryder -- ([1928; 1979], opposite p. 302; [1990], p. 228) -- [See also Series VIII, 3.45] (Negative), undated series 7box 5folder 4item 4.49
Woman Upsidedown, Ryder(?) -- (On verso: "Amelia hears from own/"Photographie/Artistique & Industriel/Marc Vaux/43, Avenue du Maine, 23/Paris-XV." Three copies) (Negative), undated series 7box 5folder 4item 4.50
Illustrations from newspapers and magazines series 7box 5folder 5
Characters and Incidents of Just One Day in the Kings County Court, illustration for "Sad Scenes on Sentence Day in the Kings County Court" -- (Brooklyn Daily Eagle, 3 August 1913) (Negative), undated series 7box 5folder 5item 4.51
Because the Road He Took Was Wrong, from "Types Found in Odd Corners Round about Brooklyn" -- (Brooklyn Daily Eagle, 27 August 1913) -- [See also Series VIII, 4.15] (Negative), undated series 7box 5folder 5item 4.52
A Narrowly Built Man. . . . , illustration for "Flo Ziegfeld Says He Selects Chorus Girls by Looking at Their Feet and Hands" -- (New York Press, 24 May 1914, Part Five, p. 1) (Negative), undated series 7box 5folder 5item 4.53
Flo Zeigfeld, illustration for "Flo Ziegfeld Says He Selects Chorus Girls by Looking at Their Feet and Hands" -- (New York Press, 24 May 1914, Part Five, p. 1) (Negative), undated series 7box 5folder 5item 4.54
The Doughboy, cover art -- (Trend, October 1914) -- [See also Series VIII, 3.94 and 4.37] (Negative), undated series 7box 5folder 5item 4.55
After all, one must be faithful to one's bracelets, illustration for "How the Villagers Amuse Themselves" -- (New York Morning Telegraph Sunday Magazine, 26 November 1916, p. 1) (Negative), undated series 7box 5folder 5item 4.56
The portion of dramatic art that locates in the small of the back, illustration for "David Warfield--Optimist" -- (New York Morning Telegraph Sunday Magazine, 14 January 1917, p. 8. Two copies) (Negative), undated (Online) series 7box 5folder 5item 4.57
And she coming down out of the South full of the joy of life, illustration for "At the Roots of the Stars" -- (New York Morning Telegraph Sunday Magazine, 11 February 1917) (Negative), undated series 7box 5folder 5item 4.58
Wicklow and Kerry, Dierdre of Sorrows, Well of the Saints, illustrations for The Song of Synge -- (New York Morning Telegraph Sunday Magazine, 18 February 1917, p. 8) (Negative), undated series 7box 5folder 5item 4.59
The Death of Art Nouveau, illustration for "The Old Theatre in New Attire; As Pleasing To-days Are Painted for the World of Drama" -- (New York Morning Telegraph Sunday Magazine, 18 March 1917, p. 8) (Negative), undated series 7box 5folder 5item 4.60
M. Copeau, illustration for "Introducing Monsieur Copeau" -- (New York Morning Telegraph Sunday Magazine, 3 June 1917, p. 4) (Negative), undated series 7box 5folder 5item 4.61
Of an evening he looked over the heads gathered at his table, illustration for "The Head of Babylon" -- (New York Morning Telegraph Sunday Magazine, 1 July 1917, p. 4) (Negative), undated series 7box 5folder 5item 4.62
Twirling a Mustache, He Watches the Death Pang, illustration for "When the Puppets Come to Town" -- (New York Morning Telegraph Sunday Magazine, 8 July 1917, p. 4. Two copies) (Negative), undated (Online) series 7box 5folder 5item 4.63
The gentleman who said, 'You cannot reach into your home,' illustration for "The Hem of Manhattan" -- (New York Morning Telegraph Sunday Magazine, 29 July 1917, p. 2) -- [See also Series VIII, 3.88] (Negative), undated series 7box 5folder 5item 4.64
Lyda, illustration for "Monsieur Ampee" -- (New York Morning Telegraph Sunday Magazine, 16 September 1917, p. 4) (Negative), undated series 7box 5folder 5item 4.65
He said good-by resolutely and peacefully, illustration for "The Rabbit" -- (New York Morning Telegraph Sunday Magazine, 7 October 1917, p. 4) -- [See also Series VIII, 3.90] (Negative), undated series 7box 5folder 5item 4.66
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) (Negative), undated (Online) series 7box 5folder 5item 4.67
Three American Literary Expatriates in Paris (Mina Loy, Marsden Hartley, Gertrude Stein), illustration for "Book News and Reviews" -- (New York Tribune, 4 November 1923, p. 17) -- [See also Series VIII, 4.32] (Negative), undated series 7box 5folder 5item 4.68
Gertrude Stein caricature from Series VIII, 4.68 above (Negative), undated series 7box 5folder 5item 4.69
Actors Made Relentless, illustration for "Just Getting the Breaks" -- (Theatre Guild Magazine 7 [April 1930]: 35) -- [See also Series VIII, 3.47 and 4.3] (Negative), undated series 7box 5folder 5item 4.70
Lord Alfred & Lady Lynn, illustration for "Lord Alfred and Lady Lynn" -- (Theatre Guild Magazine 7 [March 1930]: 12) -- [See also Series VIII, 3.48] (Negative), undated series 7box 5folder 5item 4.71
Gallant Protector, illustration for "Playgoer's Almanac" -- (Theatre Guild Magazine 7 [August 1930]: 27) (Negative), undated series 7box 5folder 5item 4.72
That Fair Spanish Misdemeanor, illustration for "Playgoer's Almanac" -- (Theatre Guild Magazine 7 [September 1930]: 34) -- [See also Series VIII, 3.62] (Negative), undated series 7box 5folder 5item 4.73
Ye Old Linen Drapers Item, illustration for "Playgoer's Almanac" -- (Theatre Guild Magazine 7 [September 1930]: 35) -- [See also Series VIII, 3.63] (Negative), undated series 7box 5folder 5item 4.74
Aspects of the Heavens (Two Women and a Donkey), illustration for "Playgoer's Almanac" -- (Theatre Guild Magazine 7 [September 1930]: 35) -- [See also Series VIII, 3.109] (Negative), undated series 7box 5folder 5item 4.75
Playgoer's Almanac -- (Theatre Guild Magazine 8 [January 1931]: 34-35) (Negative), undated series 7box 5folder 5item 4.76
Poe's Mother, illustration for "The Wanton Playgoer" -- (Theatre Guild Magazine 8 [September 1931]: 21) -- [See also Series VIII, 3.87] (Negative), undated series 7box 5folder 5item 4.77
Pot-au-Feu, illustration in Allan Ross Macdougall -- (Gourmet's Almanac [New York: Covici-Friede, 1930], p. 36) -- [See also Series VIII, 3.93] (Negative), undated series 7box 5folder 5item 4.78
Head of A Polish Girl. (Negative), undated series 7box 5folder 5item 4.79
Female angel surrounded by hearts -- [See also Series VIII, 2.12 and 2.13] (Negative), undated series 7box 5folder 5item 4.80
Sketch of lamb, ram, and horse on clouds and stars -- [See also Series VIII, 2.14 and 2.15] (Negative), undated series 7box 5folder 5item 4.81
The Murdered Man, illustration for "The Murder in the Palm-Room" -- (Vanity Fair, December 1916) -- [See also Series VIII, 4.58] (Negative), undated (Online) series 7box 5folder 5item 4.82
Helen Westley, illustration for "The Confessions of Helen Westley" -- (New York Morning Telegraph Sunday Magazine, 23 September 1917) (Negative), undated series 7box 5folder 5item 4.86
And one loses one's friends by borrowing and keeps one's enemies, illustration for "The Death of Life" -- (New York Morning Telegraph Sunday Magazine, 17 December 1916) (Negative), undated series 7box 5folder 5item 4.87
She was an erect old woman, illustration for "Maggie of the Saints" -- (New York Morning Telegraph Sunday Magazine, 28 October 1917) (Negative), undated series 7box 5folder 5item 4.88
Self portrait in earrings, illustration for Guido Bruno, "Djuna Barnes" -- (Pearson's Magazine 45 [December 1919]) (Negative), undated series 7box 5folder 5item 4.89
Art by Others series 7box 6folder 1
Portrait of Djuna Barnes at about 20 -- (On verso: "Jo Liello painted this of D.B. [I think]." Original portrait belonged to Saxon Barnes. One color and one black and white print) (Negative), undated series 7box 6folder 1item 5.1
Saxon Barnes, bust of Djuna Barnes -- (On recto: "[S. C. Barnes 1978]." Color Polaroid print), circa 1978 series 7box 6folder 1item 5.2
Saxon Barnes, bust of Djuna Barnes -- (On recto: "[S. C. Barnes 1978]." Color Polaroid print), circa 1978 series 7box 6folder 1item 5.3
Saxon Barnes, bust of Djuna Barnes -- (On recto: "[S. C. Barnes 1978]." Color Polaroid print), circa 1978 series 7box 6folder 1item 5.4
Saxon Barnes, bust of Djuna Barnes -- (On recto: "[SC Barnes/1976]." On verso:"Saxons bust of D.B. Summer of 1976." Color Polaroid print), circa 1976 series 7box 6folder 1item 5.5
Pencil portrait of Djuna Barnes, artist unknown -- [See also Series VIII, 6.20] (Negative), undated series 7box 6folder 1item 5.6
Romaine Brooks or Jean Cocteau(?), portrait of Djuna Barnes -- (Two copies) (Negative), undated series 7box 6folder 1item 5.7
Romaine Brooks, Portrait of Una Troubridge (with two dogs) (Negative), undated series 7box 6folder 1item 5.8
Thelma Wood, pencil sketch of head of a man, Berlin -- [See also Series VIII, 6.2] (Negative), 1921 series 7box 6folder 1item 5.9
Thelma Wood, couple from sketchbook, pencil sketch -- [See also Series VIII, 6.2] (Negative), undated series 7box 6folder 1item 5.10
Thelma Wood, cattle (silver point) -- (On verso: "Thelma Wood's silverpoint." Two copies), undated series 7box 6folder 1item 5.11
Thelma Wood, hand with flowers (silverpoint), undated series 7box 6folder 1item 5.12
Thelma Wood, elephants in tall grass (silverpoint) (Negative), undated series 7box 6folder 1item 5.13
Thelma Wood, sailing ship and marine life (silverpoint), 1919 series 7box 6folder 1item 5.14
Thelma Wood, sailing ship and marine life (silverpoint) -- (On verso: "PHOTO Marc VAUX/114, Rue de Vaugirard/PARIS-VIe-Tel. Littre 90-91."), 1919 series 7box 6folder 1item 5.15
Thelma Wood, ship and marine life under water (silverpoint) (Negative), 1919 series 7box 6folder 1item 5.16
Saxon Barnes, painting of a man's head and three wooden busts of three different men -- (On verso: "Saxons painting & carving & your table."), undated series 7box 6folder 1item 5.17
Constantine Brancusi, abstract wood sculptures, undated series 7box 6folder 1item 5.18
Constantine Brancusi, abstract wood(?) sculptures, undated series 7box 6folder 1item 5.19
Constantine Brancusi, abstract metal sculpture, undated series 7box 6folder 1item 5.20
Constantine Brancusi, abstract wood sculptures, undated series 7box 6folder 1item 5.21
Constantine Brancusi, abstract wood sculptures, undated series 7box 6folder 1item 5.22
Constantine Brancusi, abstract marble sculpture, undated series 7box 6folder 1item 5.23
Constantine Brancusi, abstract marble sculpture -- (On verso: "Leda.") series 7box 6folder 1item 5.24
Constantine Brancusi, abstract marble and wood sculptures -- (On verso: "11b.") -- [OVERSIZE BOX] series 7box 6folder 1item 5.25
Jean Cocteau, abstract forms -- (On verso: "Subj. Barnes, Djuna/People one of Jean Cocteau's pictures/place Paris 1954/Acc. No. 13881/Rights Photo M. Routhier/37, Rue Davioud/Paris-16e.") -- [OVERSIZE BOX], 1954 series 7box 6folder 1item 5.26
Jean Cocteau, abstract form with flowers -- (On verso: "6 Photo M. ROUTHIER/37, Rue Davioud-AUT. 87-06/PARIS-16e/One of Jean's/pictures, Paris '54." Found in Barnes's copy of Italo Svevo, Confessions of Zeno [NY: New Directions, 1930]), 1954 series 7box 6folder 1item 5.27
Stone sculpture entitled The Kiss -- (On verso: "The Kiss/ "Le Baiser/10.") -- [OVERSIZE BOX], undated series 7box 6folder 1item 5.28
Loenzetti, Heads of Four Nuns, postcard -- (On recto: "National Gallery Official Series 319/Lorenzetti Heads of Four Nuns (1147)/13th cent/(?)." On verso: "Subj. Djuna Barnes/Acc. No. 13886.") -- [OVERSIZE BOX], undated series 7box 6folder 1item 5.29
Italian fourteenth century tapestry -- (On recto: "2032 FIRENZE - Pilazzo Medici - Lorenzo il Magnifico (dett. del Viaggio dei Re Magi) B. Gozzoli."), undated series 7box 6folder 1item 5.30
Wood scultpure of female torso -- (On verso: "Forget the name/of this wood. It/has beautiful strata/(can that word be ap-/plied to wood Dj?)/The boy is clever with/his carving tools don't/you think & so is/Sax. I must have his/little things photo'ed for/you some time/when C is in the 'spirit."), undated series 7box 6folder 1item 5.31
Theatre series 7box 6folder 2
Swedish production of The Antiphon -- (On verso: Miranda=Birgitta Valberg, Augusta=Sif Ruud/Beata Bergstrom/Kingsholmsg.10, Tel. 50 28 88/Stockholm K." Written on envelope in which 6.1-16 were originally enclosed: "Photo play sets--Sweden/the 'Antiphon.' /F), 17 February 1961 series 7box 6folder 2item 6.1
Swedish production of The Antiphon -- (On verso: "Antiphon-feb 17-61/Augusta Burley Hobbs=Sif Ruud/Beata Bergstrom/Kingsholmsg.10, Tel. 50 28 88/Stockholm K/Beata Bergstrom/Kingsholmsg.10, Tel. 50 28 88/Stockholm K.") -- [See also OVERSIZE BOX], 17 February 1961 series 7box 6folder 2item 6.2
Swedish production of The Antiphon -- (On verso: "Jack Blow=Olof Widgren, Augusta=Sif Ruud,/Antiphon/1961/Sweden/Miranda=Birgitta Valberg/Beata Bergstrom/Kingsholmsg.10, Tel. 50 28 88/Stockholm K.") -- [See also OVERSIZE BOX], 17 February 1961 series 7box 6folder 2item 6.3
Swedish production of The Antiphon -- (On verso: "'The Antiphon'/Miranda=Birgitta Valberg, Augusta=Sif Ruud/feb 17-61-/Beata Bergstrom/Kingsholmsg.10, Tel. 50 28 88/Stockholm K.") -- [See also OVERSIZE BOX], 17 February 1961 series 7box 6folder 2item 6.4
Swedish production of The Antiphon -- (On verso: "'Jack Blow'=Olof Widgren, Jonathan Burley=Olle Hilding, Elisha=Allan Edwall, Augusta Burley Hobbs=Sif Ruud, Dudley=Bjorn Gustafson, Miranda=Birgitta Valberg/Beata Bergstrom/Kingsholmsg.10, Tel. 50 28 88/Stockholm K.") -- [See also OVERSIZE BOX], 17 February 1961 series 7box 6folder 2item 6.5
Miranda & Augusta, Swedish production of The Antiphon -- (On verso: "'Antiphon' Feb. 17.1961./Beata Bergstrom/Kingsholmsg.10, Tel. 50 28 88/Stockholm K/14.375-47."), 17 February 1961 series 7box 6folder 2item 6.6
Swedish production of The Antiphon -- (On verso: "Allan Edwall= ELISHA/Olof Widgren='JACK BLOW''Antiphon' feb.17-61./Beata Bergstrom/Kingsholmsg.10, Tel. 50 28 88/Stockholm K.") -- [OVERSIZE BOX], 17 February 1961 series 7box 6folder 2item 6.7
Swedish production of The Antiphon -- (On verso: "DUDLEY=Bjorn Gustafson, ELISHA=Allan Edwell/Antiphon-feb.17-61./Beata Bergstrom/Kingsholmsg.10, Tel. 50 28 88/Stockholm K.") -- [OVERSIZE BOX], 17 February 1961 series 7box 6folder 2item 6.8
Swedish production of The Antiphon -- (On verso: "AUGUSTA BURLEY HOBBS=Sif Ruud, 'JACK BLOW'=Olof Widgen/'Antiphon'- feb.17-61./Beata Bergstrom/Kingsholmsg.10, Tel. 50 28 88/Stockholm K.") -- [OVERSIZE BOX], 17 February 1961 series 7box 6folder 2item 6.9
Swedish production of The Antiphon -- (On verso: "AUGUSTA BURLEY HOBBS=Sif Ruud, 'JACK BLOW'=Olof Widgen/Beata Bergstrom/Kingsholmsg.10, Tel. 50 28 88/Stockholm K.") -- [OVERSIZE BOX], 17 February 1961 series 7box 6folder 2item 6.10
Swedish production of The Antiphon -- (On verso: "BJORN GUSTAFSON=DUDLEY/ALLAN EDWALL=ELISHA/Beata Bergstrom/Kingsholmsg.10, Tel. 50 28 88/Stockholm K.") -- [OVERSIZE BOX], 17 February 1961 series 7box 6folder 2item 6.11
Swedish production of The Antiphon -- (On verso: "JONATHAN BURLEY=Olle Hilding, AUGUSTA BURLEY HOBBS=/Sif Ruud/Antiphon- feb.17-61-Royal/Beata Bergstrom/Kingsholmsg.10, Tel. 50 28 88/Stockholm K.") -- [OVERSIZE BOX], 17 February 1961 series 7box 6folder 2item 6.12
Swedish production of The Antiphon -- (On verso: "AUGUSTA=Sif Ruud, MIRANDA=Birgitta Valberg/'Antiphon' feb.17-61-Royal Theatre-/Beata Bergstrom/Kingsholmsg.10, Tel. 50 28 88/Stockholm K.") -- [OVERSIZE BOX], 17 February 1961 series 7box 6folder 2item 6.13
Swedish production of The Antiphon -- (On verso: "ELISHA=Allan Edwall, AUGUSTA=Sif Ruud, DUDLEY=Bjorn Gus-/tafson/feb17-61-'Antiphon'/Beata Bergstrom/Kingsholmsg.10, Tel. 50 28 88/Stockholm K.") -- [OVERSIZE BOX], 17 February 1961 series 7box 6folder 2item 6.14
Swedish production of The Antiphon -- (On verso: ""JACK BLOW"=Olof Widgren/JONATHAN BURLEY=Olle Hilding/The Antiphon (translated by/Hammarckold & Gierow)/feb.17-61-/Beata Bergstrom/Kingsholmsg.10, Tel. 50 28 88/Stockholm K.") -- [OVERSIZE BOX], 17 February 1961 series 7box 6folder 2item 6.15
Swedish production ofThe Antiphon -- (On verso: "ELISHA=Allan Edwall, AUGUSTA=Sif Ruud, MIRANDA=Bir-/gitta Valberg/Beata Bergstrom/Kingsholmsg.10, Tel. 50 28 88/Stockholm K.") -- [OVERSIZE BOX], 17 February 1961 series 7box 6folder 2item 6.16

Series 8: Art, 1913-1977 and undated (39 linear feet)

This series consists of printing blocks and dummy covers for Barnes's Ladies Almanack, her original works of art, printed versions of her art, art by others, and postcards. It is arranged into seven sections. "Printing Blocks and Dummy Covers," consist of the blocks used to print Barnes's illustrations for Ladies Almanack and dummy covers for the 1972 edition of that work. "Original Drawings" consist primarily of portraits and unpublished drawings. The third section, "Original Drawings/Illustrations," includes drawings that were used as illustrations for her writings, arranged by publication. "Tearsheets" contain printed versions of her artworks, arranged by publication. There are three of Barnes's paintings in "Oil Paintings." "Art by Others" consists of art by others, including Thelma Wood and Emily Coleman, that formed part of Barnes's collection, arranged by artist. The last section,"Cards," includes postcards and picture cards that Barnes saved.

Original works of art in Series VIII are fragile and are consulted only by appointment. For information and to secure permission or make an appointment, email archives-um@umd.edu.

DescriptionSeriesBox / ReelFolder / FrameItem
Printing Blocks for Ladies Almanack [Restricted] series 8box 1folder 1
Front cover -- [See also Series VIII, 3.5-33 below and Series VII, 4.22-31], circa 1928 series 8box 1folder 1item 1.1
Front cover -- [See also Series VIII, 3.5-33 below and Series VII, 4.22-31], ca 1928 series 8box 1folder 1item 1.2
Frontispiece -- [See also Series VIII, 3.5-33 below and Series VII, 4.22-31], circa 1928 series 8box 1folder 1item 1.3
Vignette -- [See also Series VIII, 3.5-33 below and Series VII, 4.22-31], circa 1928 series 8box 1folder 1item 1.4
Second frontispiece -- [See also Series VIII, 3.5-33 below and Series VII, 4.22-31], circa 1928 series 8box 1folder 1item 1.5
Second frontispiece -- [See also Series VIII, 3.5-33 below and Series VII, 4.22-31 above), circa 1928 series 8box 1folder 1item 1.6
Cold January -- [See also Series VIII, 3.5-33 below, and Series VII, 4.22-31], circa 1928 series 8box 1folder 1item 1.7
February Fell -- [See also Series VIII, 3.5-33 below, and Series VII, 4.22-31], circa 1928 series 8box 1folder 1item 1.8
Windy March -- [See also Series VIII, 3.5-33 below, and Series VII, 4.22-31], circa 1928 series 8box 1folder 1item 1.9
Lullaby for a Lady's Lady -- [See also Series VIII, 3.5-33 below, and Series VII, 4.22-31], circa 1928 series 8box 1folder 1item 1.10
This is the part about heaven... -- [See also Series VIII, 3.5-33 below, and Series VII, 4.22-31], circa 1928 series 8box 1folder 1item 1.11
April -- [See also Series VIII, 3.5-33 below, and Series VII, 4.22-31], circa 1928 series 8box 1folder 1item 1.12
Printing Blocks for Ladies Almanack [Restricted] series 8box 2folder 1
Sweet May -- [See also Series VIII, 3.5-33 below, and Series VII, 4.22-31), circa 1928 series 8box 2folder 1item 1.13
Odds & Omens (June) -- [See also Series VIII, 3.5-33 below, and Series VII, 4.22-31], circa 1928 series 8box 2folder 1item 1.14
July -- [See also Series VIII, 3.5-33 below, and Series VII, 4.22-31], circa 1928 series 8box 2folder 1item 1.15
Woman with uplifted child -- [See also Series VIII, 3.5-33 below, and Series VII, 4.22-31], circa 1928 series 8box 2folder 1item 1.16
Zodiac -- [See also Series VIII, 3.5-33 below, and Series VII, 4.22-31], circa 1928 series 8box 2folder 1item 1.17
September -- [See also Series VIII, 3.5-33 below, and Series VII, 4.22-31], circa 1928 series 8box 2folder 1item 1.18
October -- [See also Series VIII, 3.5-33 below, and Series VII, 4.22-31], circa 1928 series 8box 2folder 1item 1.19
November -- [See also Series VIII, 3.5-33 below, and Series VII, 4.22-31], circa 1928 series 8box 2folder 1item 1.20
But she would not listen and -- [See also Series VIII, 3.5-33 below, and Series VII, 4.22-31], circa 1928 series 8box 2folder 1item 1.21
But she would not listen and -- [See also Series VIII, 3.5-33 below, and Series VII, 4.22-31], circa 1928 series 8box 2folder 1item 1.22
December Death -- [See also Series VIII, 3.5-33 below and Series VII, 4.22-31], circa 1928 series 8box 2folder 1item 1.23
Mass -- [See also Series VIII, 3.5-33 below and Series VII, 4.22-31], circa 1928 series 8box 2folder 1item 1.24
Mass -- [See also Series VIII, 3.5-33 below, and Series VII, 4.22-31), circa 1928 series 8box 2folder 1item 1.25
Back cover -- [See also Series VIII, 3.5-33 below, and Series VII, 4.22-31], circa 1928 series 8box 2folder 1item 1.26
Dummy Covers for Ladies Almanack -- [VT, DR8], 1972 [Restricted] series 8box 3folder 1
Original Drawings/Portraits [Restricted] series 8box 4folder 1
Self-portrait -- (Pen) -- See also Series VII, 4.2] (VT, DR1), undated (Online) series 8box 4folder 1item 2.1
Sketch, head of Mary Blair -- (Matted; pencil) -- [See also Series VII, 4.4] (VT, DR1), undated (Online) series 8box 4folder 1item 2.2
Sketch of James Joyce -- (Matted; ink) -- [See also Series VII, 4.7] (VT, DR1), undated (Online) series 8box 4folder 1item 2.3
Portrait of James Light -- (Matted; pencil) -- [See also Series VII, 4.8] (VT, DR1), undated (Online) series 8box 4folder 1item 2.4
Head of a woman (Alice Rohrer) -- (Matted; pencil) (VT, DR1), undated (Online) series 8box 4folder 1item 2.5
Head of a woman (Helen Westley) -- (Matted; ink) -- [See also Series VII, 4.11] (VT, DR1), undated (Online) series 8box 4folder 1item 2.6
Head of a woman (unidentified) -- (Matted; ink) -- [See also Series VII, 4.12] (VT, DR1), undated (Online) series 8box 4folder 1item 2.7
Djuna Little, Djuna Big (as child with dead chicken and as adult with umbrella) -- (Original ink sketch) -- [See also Series VII, 4.1] (VT, DR1), undated (Online) series 8box 4folder 1item 2.8
Woman with fan (on recto); sketch of head (on verso) -- (Recto: ink and paint; verso: pencil) -- [See also Series VII, 4.13] (VT, DR1), undated (Online) series 8box 4folder 1item 2.9
Head of a woman (unidentified) -- (Mounted; ink; also includes separate page with notations in ink and pencil, some possibly by Barnes) (VT, DR1), undated (Online) series 8box 4folder 1item 2.10
Original Drawings/Other [Restricted] series 8box 4folder 2
Reclining nude (pencil) (VT, DR1), undated (Online) series 8box 4folder 2item 2.11
Female angel (ink) -- [See also Series VII, 4.80] (VT, DR1), undated (Online) series 8box 4folder 2item 2.12
Female angel (pencil) (VT, DR1), undated (Online) series 8box 4folder 2item 2.13
Sketch of lamb, ram, and horse on clouds and stars -- (Ink) -- [See also Series VII, 4.81] (VT, DR1), undated (Online) series 8box 4folder 2item 2.14
Sketch of lamb, ram, and horse on clouds and stars (same as Series VIII, 2.14) -- (Pencil) (VT, DR1), undated series 8box 4folder 2item 2.15
Original Drawings/Illustrations [Restricted] series 8box 4folder 3
Portrait (Helen Westley), from A Book (1923) -- (Pencil) -- [See also Series VII, 4.18] (VT, DR1), circa 1923 (Online) series 8box 4folder 3item 3.1
Portrait (head of a man), from A Book (1923) -- (Pencil) -- [See also Series VII, 4.19] (VT, DR1), circa 1923 (Online) series 8box 4folder 3item 3.2
Portrait Study (Mary Pyne), from A Book (1923) -- (pencil) -- [See also Series VII, 4.20] (VT, DR1), circa 1923 (Online) series 8box 4folder 3item 3.3
Portrait (Ida Rauh), from A Book (1923) -- (pencil) -- (See also Series VIII, 4.1 below and Series VII, 4.21 ] (VT, DR1), circa 1923 (Online) series 8box 4folder 3item 3.4
Original Drawings/Illustrations [Restricted] series 8box 5folder 1
Lullaby for a Lady's Lady, from Ladies Almanack (1928) -- (Matted) -- [See also Series VIII, 1.1-26 for printing blocks] (VT, DR2), circa 1928 (Online) series 8box 5folder 1item 3.5
August, from Ladies Almanack (1928) -- (Matted) -- [See also Series VII, 4.27 and Series VIII, 1.1-26 for printing blocks] (VT, DR2), circa 1928 (Online) series 8box 5folder 1item 3.6
October, from Ladies Almanack (1928) -- (Matted) -- [See also Series VIII, 1.1-26 for printing blocks] (VT, DR2), circa 1928 (Online) series 8box 5folder 1item 3.7
September, from Ladies Almanack (1928) -- (Matted) -- [See also Series VII, 4.29 and Series VIII, 1.1-26 for printing blocks] (VT, DR2), circa 1928 (Online) series 8box 5folder 1item 3.8
February Fell, from Ladies Almanack (1928) -- (Matted) -- [See also Series VIII, 1.1-26 for printing blocks] (VT, DR2), circa 1928 (Online) series 8box 5folder 1item 3.9
Zodiac, from Ladies Almanack (1928) -- (Round insert, matted) -- [See also Series VII, 4.28 and Series VIII, 1.1-26 for printing blocks] (VT, DR2), circa 1928 (Online) series 8box 5folder 1item 3.10
Frontispiece: "Dame Musset," "she stepped out upon that exceedingly thin ice…," from Ladies Almanack (1928) --(Matted) -- [See also Series VIII, 1.1-26 for printing blocks] (VT, DR2), circa 1928 (Online) series 8box 5folder 1item 3.11
Frontispiece: "She stepped out upon…," from Ladies Almanack (1928) -- (Hand colored) -- [See also Series VIII, 1.1-26 for printing blocks] (VT, DR2), circa 1928 (Online) series 8box 5folder 1item 3.12
Front and back wrapper with blue star from Ladies Almanack (1928) -- (Hand colored) -- [See also Series VII, 4.31 and Series VIII, 1.1-26 for printing blocks] (VT, DR2), circa 1928 (Online) series 8box 5folder 1item 3.13
Front and back wrapper with yellow star (Same as Series VIII, 3.13; from Ladies Almanack (1928) -- [See also Series VIII, 1.1-26 for printing blocks] (VT, DR2), circa 1928 (Online) series 8box 5folder 1item 3.14
Front cover from Ladies Almanack (1928) -- [See also Series VIII, 1.1-26 for printing blocks] (VT, DR2), circa 1928 (Online) series 8box 5folder 1item 3.15
Back cover from Ladies Almanack (1928) -- [See also Series VII, 4.31 and Series VIII, 1-26 for printing blocks] (VT, DR2), circa 1928 (Online) series 8box 5folder 1item 3.16
Vignette on title page (two mermaids and coat of arms) from Ladies Almanack (1928) -- [See also Series VII, 4.22 and Series VIII, 1.1-26 for printing blocks] (VT, DR2), circa 1928 (Online) series 8box 5folder 1item 3.17
Second frontispiece ("The book all ladies should carry...") of Ladies Almanack (1928) -- [See also Series VII, 4.23 and Series VIII, 1.1-26 for printing blocks] (VT, DR2), circa 1928 (Online) series 8box 5folder 1item 3.18
Cold January, p. 10 of Ladies Almanack (1928) -- [See also Series VIII, 1.1-26 for printing blocks] (VT, DR2), circa 1928 (Online) series 8box 5folder 1item 3.19
Thus Evangeline, insert, p. 13 of Ladies Almanack (1928) -- [See also Series VIII, 1.1-26 for printing blocks] (VT, DR2), circa 1928 (Online) series 8box 5folder 1item 3.20
For these twelve reasons sainted, insert, p. 17 of Ladies Almanack (1928) -- [See also Series VIII, 1.1-26 for printing blocks] (VT, DR2), circa 1928 (Online) series 8box 5folder 1item 3.21
Windy March, p. 18 of Ladies Almanack (1928) -- [See also Series VII, 4.24 and Series VIII, 1.1-26 for printing blocks] (VT, DR2), circa 1928 (Online) series 8box 5folder 1item 3.22
This is the part about Heaven…, full page, p. 24 of Ladies Almanack (1928) -- [See also Series VII, 4.25 and Series VIII, 1.1-26 for printing blocks] (VT, DR2), circa 1928 (Online) series 8box 5folder 1item 3.23
April, p. 27 of Ladies Almanack (1928) -- [See also Series VIII, 1.1-26 for printing blocks] (VT, DR2), circa 1928 (Online) series 8box 5folder 1item 3.24
Original Drawings/Illustrations [Restricted] series 8box 6folder 1
Sweet May, p. 31 of Ladies Almanack (1928) -- [See also Series VII, 4.26 and Series VIII, 1.1-26 for printing blocks] (VT, DR3), circa 1928 (Online) series 8box 6folder 1item 3.25
Odds & Omens (June), p. 39 of Ladies Almanack (1928) -- [See also Series VIII, 1.1-26 for printing blocks] (VT, DR3), circa 1928 (Online) series 8box 6folder 1item 3.26
July, p. 42 of Ladies Almanack (1928) -- [See also Series VIII, 1.1-26 for printing blocks] (VT, DR3), circa 1928 (Online) series 8box 6folder 1item 3.27
Woman with uplifted child, insert, p. 49 of Ladies Almanack (1928) -- [See also Series VIII, 1.1-26 for printing blocks] (VT, DR3), circa 1928 (Online) series 8box 6folder 1item 3.28
Anatomical parts and sayings, insert, p. 64 of Ladies Almanack (1928) -- [See also Series VIII, 1.1-26 for printing blocks] (VT, DR3), circa 1928 (Online) series 8box 6folder 1item 3.29
November, p. 72 of Ladies Almanack (1928) -- [See also Series VIII, 1.1-26 for printing blocks] (VT, DR3), circa 1928 (Online) series 8box 6folder 1item 3.30
But she would not listen and, insert, p. 76 of Ladies Almanack (1928) -- [See also Series VIII, 1.1-26 for printing blocks] (VT, DR3), circa 1928 (Online) series 8box 6folder 1item 3.31
December Death, p. 80 of Ladies Almanack (1928) -- [See also Series VIII, 1.1-26 for printing blocks] (VT, DR3), circa 1928 (Online) series 8box 6folder 1item 3.32
Mass, last illustration, p. 85 of Ladies Almanack (1928) -- [See also Series VII, 4.30 and Series VIII, 1.1-26 for printing blocks] (VT, DR3), circa 1928 (Online) series 8box 6folder 1item 3.33
The Tree of Ryder (frontispiece), from Ryder (1928) -- (Matted) -- [See also Series VII, 4.32] (VT, DR3), circa 1928 (Online) series 8box 6folder 1item 3.34
Jesus Mundane from Ryder (1928) -- (Matted) -- [See also Series VII, 4.33] (VT, DR3), circa 1928 (Online) series 8box 6folder 1item 3.35
Rape and Repining (Ear to the Ground my Gossips) from Ryder (1928) -- (Matted) -- [See also Series VII, 4.35] (VT, DR3), circa 1928 (Online) series 8box 6folder 1item 3.36
All because of Wendell! from Ryder (1928) -- (Partially hand colored; matted) -- [See also Series VII, 4.37] (VT, DR3), circa 1928 (Online) series 8box 6folder 1item 3.37
Midwive's Lament from Ryder (1928) -- (Matted) -- [See also Series VII, 4.42] (VT, DR3), circa 1928 (Online) series 8box 6folder 1item 3.38
Pennyfinder the Bull from Ryder (1928) -- (Partially colored) -- [See also Series VII, 4.38] (VT, DR3), circa 1928 (Online) series 8box 6folder 1item 3.39
Sisters Louise from Ryder (1928) -- (Partially hand painted) -- [See also Series VII, 4.36] (VT, DR3), circa 1928 (Online) series 8box 6folder 1item 3.40
The Beast from Ryder (1928) -- (mounted) -- [See also Series VII, 4.44] (VT, DR3), circa 1928 (Online) series 8box 6folder 1item 3.41
The Soliloquy of Dr. Matthew O'Connor from Ryder (1928) -- (Hand colored; matted) -- [See also Series VII, 4.45] (VT, DR3), circa 1928 (Online) series 8box 6folder 1item 3.42
Jonah! (Fine Bitches All) from Ryder (1928) -- (Matted) -- [See also Series VII, 4.47] (VT, DR3), circa 1928 (Online) series 8box 6folder 1item 3.43
Once Upon a Time... (Going To, and Coming From) from Ryder (1928) -- (Hand colored; matted) -- [See also Series VII, 4.48] (VT, DR3), circa 1928 (Online) series 8box 6folder 1item 3.44
Variant, and perhaps earlier, version of Series VIII, 3.44 from Ryder (1928) -- [See also Series VIII, 3.108. below and Series VII, 4.34] (VT, DR3), circa 1928 (Online) series 8box 6folder 1item 3.107
Sophia and the Chamberpot (illustration not published in Ryder [1928]) -- (Partially hand colored; matted; framed) -- [See also Series VII, 4.34] (VT, SH), undated series 8box 6folder 1item 3.108
Original Drawings/Illustrations [Restricted] series 8box 7folder 1
I'm to be Queen of the Carrier Pigeons (Three Great Moments...) from Ryder (1928) -- (Matted) -- [See also Series VII, 4.49] (VT, DR4), circa 1928 (Online) series 8box 7folder 1item 3.45
Ye olde Wives Tail... from Ryder (1928) -- (Partially hand colored; matted) -- [See also Series VII, 4.47] (VT, DR4), circa 1928 (Online) series 8box 7folder 1item 3.46
Actors Made Relentless (four actors on stage) from Theater Guild Magazine (April 1930) -- (Matted) -- [See also Series VII, 4.70 and Series VIII, 4.3 below] (VT, DR4), circa April 1930 (Online) series 8box 7folder 1item 3.47
Lord Alfred and Lady Lynn (in beds on stage) from Theater Guild Magazine (March 1930) -- (Matted) -- [See also Series VII, 4.71] (VT, DR4), circa March 1930 (Online) series 8box 7folder 1item 3.48
Why do they go about Europe, Doña? (three women on street holding cross, wheel, and bone) from Theater Guild Magazine (December 1929) (VT, DR4), circa December 1929 (Online) series 8box 7folder 1item 3.49
Large woman on stage with hand at man's neck from Theater Guild Magazine (February 1929) -- [See also Series VIII, 4.2 below] (VT, DR4), circa February 1929 (Online) series 8box 7folder 1item 3.50
Young woman in bonnet with five cattle from "Lhude Sing Cuccu!" Theatre Guild Magazine (August 1930)-- (Ink; gift of Irwin Cohen) -- [See also Series VIII, 4.7 below] (VT, DR4), circa August 1930 (Online) series 8box 7folder 1item 3.106
Woman and man with chair from Theater Guild Magazine (July 1930) -- [See also Virgo issue of "Playgoers Almanac"] (VT, DR4), circa July 1930 (Online) series 8box 7folder 1item 3.51
Autumn-La! Summers gone and Autumn now begins... (tragedy and comedy on stage) from Theater Guild Magazine (October 1930) (VT, DR4), circa October 1930 (Online) series 8box 7folder 1item 3.52
Page with all twelve zodiac signs and hand with pointed index finger from "Playgoers Almanac," Theatre Guild Magazine -- (Used in more than one issue of "Playgoer's Almanac") (VT, DR4), circa 1930 (Online) series 8box 7folder 1item 3.53
Ships Coming and Going (mermaid and ship) from "Playgoers Almanac," Theatre Guild Magazine -- (Banner used in July-December 1930 articles) (VT, DR4), circa 1930 (Online) series 8box 7folder 1item 3.54
Macready as Shylock (captioned: A Stock Actor as Shylock) from "When Stock was Work," Theatre Guild Magazine (February 1930) -- (Ink; gift of Irwin Cohen) (VT, DR4), circa February 1930 (Online) series 8box 7folder 1item 3.105
Mermaid and ship from "Playgoers Almanac," Theatre Guild Magazine (July 1930) -- (Perhaps earlier version of Series VIII, 3.54) (VT, DR4), circa July 1930 (Online) series 8box 7folder 1item 3.55
Productions and Forecasts (mustached man writing with muse pulling at his ears) from "Playgoers Almanac," Theatre Guild Magazine -- (Circular with bows and flowers) (VT, DR4), circa 1930 (Online) series 8box 7folder 1item 3.56
Leo from "Playgoers Almanac," Theatre Guild Magazine (VT, DR4), circa 1930 (Online) series 8box 7folder 1item 3.57
Dead Letter (crying woman holding letter and belts on extended arm) from "Playgoers Almanac," Theatre Guild Magazine (August 1930) (VT, DR4), circa August 1930 (Online) series 8box 7folder 1item 3.58
Man shooting two pistols and swooning woman from "Playgoers Almanac," Theatre Guild Magazine (August 1930) (VT, DR4), circa August 1930 (Online) series 8box 7folder 1item 3.59
Woman with lamp and ladder from "Playgoers Almanac," Theatre Guild Magazine (August 1930) (VT, DR4), circa August 1930 (Online) series 8box 7folder 1item 3.60
Pasteup of double page spread from "Playgoers Almanac," Theatre Guild Magazine (August 1930) (VT, DR4), circa August 1930 (Online) series 8box 7folder 1item 3.61
That Fair Spanish Misdemeanour (female Spanish dancer) from Playgoers Almanac, Theatre Guild Magazine (September 1930) -- [See also Series VII, 4.73] (VT, DR4), circa September 1930 (Online) series 8box 7folder 1item 3.62
Ye Old Linen Drapers Item from "Playgoers Almanac," Theatre Guild Magazine (September 1930) -- [See also Series VII, 4.74] (VT, DR4), circa September 1930 (Online) series 8box 7folder 1item 3.63
Aspects of the Heavens (two women and a donkey) from "Playgoers Almanac," Theatre Guild Magazine (September 1930); small reproduction [See also Series VII, 4.75] (VT, DR4), circa September 1930 (Online) series 8box 7folder 1item 3.109
Exit Summer from "Playgoers Almanac," Theatre Guild Magazine (October 1930) -- (original and small reproduction) -- [See also Series VIII, 4.5 below] (VT, DR4), circa October 1930 (Online) series 8box 7folder 1item 3.64
Oh! The Good Sayings (woman pointing to sayings from "Playgoers Almanac"), Theatre Guild Magazine (October 1930) -- (Original and small reproduction) -- [See also Series VIII, 4.5 below] (VT, DR4), circa October 1930 (Online) series 8box 7folder 1item 3.65
Pasteup of double page spread from "Playgoers Almanac," Theatre Guild Magazine (October 1930) (VT, DR4), circa October 1930 (Online) series 8box 7folder 1item 3.66
All Things Dear have Been Blessed! (kneeling woman with sheep and doves) from "Playgoers Almanac," Theatre Guild Magazine (November 1930) (VT, DR4), circa November 1930 (Online) series 8box 7folder 1item 3.67
Soldier in hat standing with rifle from "Playgoers Almanac," Theatre Guild Magazine (November 1930) (VT, DR4), circa November 1930 (Online) series 8box 7folder 1item 3.68
Pasteup of double page spread from "Playgoers Almanac," Theatre Guild Magazine (November 1930) (VT, DR4), circa November 1930 series 8box 7folder 1item 3.69
I Would I Swear! (woman holding up right hand) from "Playgoers Almanac," Theatre Guild Magazine (February 1931) (VT, DR4), circa February 1931 (Online) series 8box 7folder 1item 3.70
The Sound of Wings (angel face down with hands on face) from "Playgoers Almanac," Theatre Guild Magazine (February 1931) (VT, DR4), circa February 1931 (Online) series 8box 7folder 1item 3.71
My Word! I say (parrot on a pedestal) from "Playgoers Almanac," Theatre Guild Magazine (February 1931) (VT, DR4), circa February 1931 (Online) series 8box 7folder 1item 3.72
Pasteup of double page spread from "Playgoers Almanac," Theatre Guild Magazine (February 1931) (VT, DR4), circa February 1931 (Online) series 8box 7folder 1item 3.73
Dancing couple from "Playgoers Almanac," Theatre Guild Magazine (March 1931) (VT, DR4), circa March 1931 (Online) series 8box 7folder 1item 3.74
Pasteup of double page spread from "Playgoers Almanac," Theatre Guild Magazine (March 1931) (VT, DR4), circa March 1931 (Online) series 8box 7folder 1item 3.75
Printed copy of double page spread from "Playgoers Almanac," Theatre Guild Magazine (March 1931) (VT, DR4), circa March 1931 (Online) series 8box 7folder 1item 3.76
Original Drawings/Illustrations (unpublished?) [Restricted] series 8box 7folder 2
Woman enclosed in heart (August) (VT, DR4), undated (Online) series 8box 7folder 2item 3.77
Gemini (May) (VT, DR4), undated (Online) series 8box 7folder 2item 3.78
Taurus (April) (VT, DR4), undated (Online) series 8box 7folder 2item 3.79
Cancer (June) (VT, DR4), undated (Online) series 8box 7folder 2item 3.80
The Wanton Playgoers from "The Wanton Playgoer," Theatre Guild Magazine (April 1931) -- (Title piece for all of "The Wanton Playgoers") (VT, DR4), circa April 1931 (Online) series 8box 7folder 2item 3.81
Heart and Spade (card deck) from "The Wanton Playgoer," Theatre Guild Magazine (April 1931) (VT, DR4), circa April 1931 (Online) series 8box 7folder 2item 3.82
Diamond and Club (card deck) from "The Wanton Playgoer," Theatre Guild Magazine (April 1931) (VT, DR4), circa April 1931 (Online) series 8box 7folder 2item 3.83
Where upon all the Midgets Departed (six small people leaving a dinner table) from "The Wanton Playgoer," Theatre Guild Magazine (April 1931) (VT, DR4), circa April 1931 (Online) series 8box 7folder 2item 3.84
There Seems to be Crime! (person hanging from tree) from "The Wanton Playgoer," Theatre Guild Magazine (April 1931) -- [See also Series VIII, 4.6 below] (VT, DR4), circa May 1931 (Online) series 8box 7folder 2item 3.85
Nothing Missed but the Sea and the Boat (four women rowing boat in rough waters) from "The Wanton Playgoer," Theatre Guild Magazine (April 1931) (VT, DR4), circa July 1931 (Online) series 8box 7folder 2item 3.86
Poe's Mother (encircled with bows) from "The Wanton Playgoer," Theatre Guild Magazine (April 1931) -- (Partially hand colored; matted) -- [See also Series VII, 4.77] (VT, DR4), circa September 1931 (Online) series 8box 7folder 2item 3.87
Original Drawings/Illustrations [Restricted] series 8box 8folder 1
Hairless man with beard (caption: "The gentleman who said, 'You cannot reach into your home.'') from "The Hem of Manhattan," New York Morning Telegraph Sunday Magazine (29 July 1917) -- (Ink) -- [See also Series VII, 4.64] (VT, DR5), circa 29 July 1917 (Online) series 8box 8folder 1item 3.88
Man with moustache, fisherman's hat, looking left (caption: "He lifted his old eyes, almost squinted into blindness") from "On Going Fishing," New York Morning Telegraph Sunday Magazine (2 September 1917) -- (Ink; matted) (VT, DR5), circa 2 September 1917 (Online) series 8box 8folder 1item 3.89
Head of a soldier (caption: "He said goodbye resolutely and peacefully") from "The Rabbit," New York Morning Telegraph Sunday Magazine (7 October 1917) -- (Ink; matted) -- [See also Series VII, 4.66] (VT, DR5), circa 7 October 1917 (Online) series 8box 8folder 1item 3.90
Sketch of a woman with hat, looking right (caption: "In early youth Pilaat had been very melancholy") from "The Terrorists," New York Morning Telegraph Sunday Magazine (30 September 1917) -- (Ink) (VT, DR5), circa 30 September 1917 (Online) series 8box 8folder 1item 3.91
Head of a woman ("Yvette Guilbert") in profile from New York Morning Telegraph Sunday Magazine (18 November 1917) -- (Printed reproduction; matted) (VT, DR5), circa 18 November 1917 (Online) series 8box 8folder 1item 3.92
Heads of three individuals, two in profile (caption: "And there was Zelka") from "Smoke," New York Morning Telegraph Sunday Magazine (19 August 1917) -- (Ink; gift of Irwin Cohen) (VT, DR5), circa 19 August 1917 (Online) series 8box 8folder 1item 3.104
Pot-au-feu, the Heart of the People (chef with cauldron at feet holding a heart) from Gourmet's Almanac -- (Ink; matted) -- (See also Series VII, 4.78) (VT, DR5), undated (Online) series 8box 8folder 1item 3.93
Original Drawings/Illustrations (unidentified) [Restricted] series 8box 8folder 2
The Doughboy (man with bayonet) from cover of Trend (October 1914) -- (charcoal and pastel; matted) -- [See also Series VIII, 4.37 below and Series VII, 4.55] (VT, DR5), circa October 1914 (Online) series 8box 8folder 2item 3.94
The Choice of the Italian King (matron with turkey) -- (Ink) (VT, DR5), undated (Online) series 8box 8folder 2item 3.95
Man with a fish and bowl of spaghetti -- (Ink) (VT, DR5), undated (Online) series 8box 8folder 2item 3.96
Reclining woman on sofa and kneeling man -- (Ink, hand-colored and cut out) (VT, DR5), undated (Online) series 8box 8folder 2item 3.97
Paper Weight (diamond inside rectangles) -- (Ink) (VT, DR5), undated (Online) series 8box 8folder 2item 3.98
Paper Weight (nested hearts) -- (Pencil) (VT, DR5), undated (Online) series 8box 8folder 2item 3.99
Paper Weight (circle with flower inside) -- (Pencil) (VT, DR5), undated (Online) series 8box 8folder 2item 3.100
Crown (with specifications of metals for fabrication) -- (Pencil) (VT, DR5), undated (Online) series 8box 8folder 2item 3.101
Three women, all in same position with right hand on hip and left arm raised -- (Ink) (VT, DR5), undated (Online) series 8box 8folder 2item 3.102
Encapsulated envelope from Samarkand to "Miss D.Barnes/37 E. 27 Street" with note in DB's hand: "I think these were drawn for McCall's" (VT, DR5), undated series 8box 8folder 2item 3.103
Original Drawings/Illustrations (gift of Irwin Cohen) [Restricted] series 8box 8folder 3
Tearsheets [Restricted] series 8box 9folder 1
The Joke in the Tragedy from "Types found in Odd Corners About Brooklyn," Brooklyn Daily Eagle -- (Five copies) (VT, DR6), 1 September 1913 (Online) series 8box 9folder 1item 4.17
Her Side of the Garden… from "Types found in Odd Corners About Brooklyn," Brooklyn Daily Eagle -- (Two copies) (VT, DR6), 23 September 1913 (Online) series 8box 9folder 1item 4.18
Question—Why do some People… from "Types found in Odd Corners About Brooklyn," Brooklyn Daily Eagle (VT, DR6), 26 September 1913 (Online) series 8box 9folder 1item 4.19
Some People's Blue Bird… from "Types found in Odd Corners About Brooklyn," Brooklyn Daily Eagle (VT, DR6), 27 September 1913 (Online) series 8box 9folder 1item 4.20
Twelve P.M. from "Types found in Odd Corners About Brooklyn," Brooklyn Daily Eagle (VT, DR6), 26 October 1913 (Online) series 8box 9folder 1item 4.21
Full page article and illustrations from "Knickerbocker Almanac," Sunday World Magazine (VT, DR6), 8 February 1931 (Online) series 8box 9folder 1item 4.22
Full page article and illustrations from "Knickerbocker Almanac," Sunday World Magazine -- (Two copies) (VT, DR6), 22 February 1931 (Online) series 8box 9folder 1item 4.23
George Ade (caption: "George Ade—By Djuna Barnes/Mr. Ade's latest volume is Single Blessedness, just published by Doubleday, Page & Co.") from New York Tribune (VT, DR6), 22 October 1922 (Online) series 8box 9folder 1item 4.24
Self-caricature (caption: "Djuna Barnes, author of A Book--a self-caricature") (VT, DR6), undated (Online) series 8box 9folder 1item 4.25
Our Own Gertrude Stein [inscription: "caric of Djuna Barnes--"] from New York Press (VT, DR6), undated (Online) series 8box 9folder 1item 4.26
Paul Claudel (caption: "Paul Claudel, author of The Tidings Brought to Mary, published by Yale University Press. The play is to be produced soon by the Theater Guild. Caricature by Djuna Barnes.") from New York Tribune (VT, DR6), 17 December 1922 (Online) series 8box 9folder 1item 4.27
Michael Connors from "Veterans in Harness," Brooklyn Daily Eagle (19 October 1913) (VT, DR6), 19 October 1913 (Online) series 8box 9folder 1item 4.28
Dr. Charles H. De Kruif (caption: "Dr. Charles H. De Kruif is the author of Our Medicine Men, a study in quackery. Impressionistic portrait by Djuna Barnes") (VT, DR6), undated (Online) series 8box 9folder 1item 4.29
Alice Dovey (caption: "Alice Dovey in 'Papa's Darling' at the New Ansterdam.") (VT, DR6), undated (Online) series 8box 9folder 1item 4.30
Robert Herrick (caption: "Robert Herrick's latest novel is Homely Lilla, a study of married life--Caricature by Djuna Barnes.") (VT, DR6), undated (Online) series 8box 9folder 1item 4.31
Portraits of Mina Loy, Marsden Hartley, and Gertrude Stein (caption: "Three American literary expatriates in Paris--Mina Loy, the poet author of Luna Benamur; Marsden Hartley, author of Ventures in the Arts and Baltaza Fernande; and Gertrude Stein, mother of all the modernists, author of Geography and Plays, etc. Caricatures by Djuna Barnes, done in Paris") from New York Tribune -- [See also Series VII, 4.68] (VT, DR6), 4 November 1923 (Online) series 8box 9folder 1item 4.32
Paul Morand (caption: "Paul Morand, author of 'Open all Night' [Seltzer]") (VT, DR6), undated (Online) series 8box 9folder 1item 4.33
Lewis Mumford, author of The Story of Utopias. Caricature by Djuna Barnes. (VT, DR6), undated (Online) series 8box 9folder 1item 4.34
E. Phillips Oppenheim (caption: "E. Phillips Oppenheim--A Caricature by Djuna Barnes.") from New York Tribune -- (Two copies) (VT, DR6), 14 October 1923 (Online) series 8box 9folder 1item 4.35
Huh Walpole (caption: "Hugh Walpole, a caricature by Djuna Barnes. Mr. Walpole, who is now in this country lecturing, has written a new novel, The Cathedral, just published by Geoge H. Doran Company.") (VT, DR6), undated (Online) series 8box 9folder 1item 4.36
The Doughboy (man with bayonet), from cover of Trend -- [See also 3.94 above, and Series VII, 4.55] (VT, DR6), October 1914 (Online) series 8box 9folder 1item 4.37
The Midnight Son (infant in long swirling white garment) from Trend (VT, DR6), January 1915 (Online) series 8box 9folder 1item 4.38
Two drawings from Four Lights, Vol. I, No. 10: on page 2: "The Bullet" (face with red lips emerging from darkness); on page 4: untitled drawing of a woman holding the leash of a dog and stabbing one bleeding figure; two additional bleeding figures behind her and one ghostly figure in front of her, illustration for "Woman's Way in War" by Mary Alden Hopkins (VT, DR6), 2 June 1917 series 8box 9folder 1item 4.39
In my own short life I recall what was thought of women wearing red (seated woman holding head up with hand on chin) from "Naming the Rose" by Lydia Steptoe, Shadowland (VT, DR6), May 1923 (Online) series 8box 9folder 1item 4.40
Self-portrait in earrings from Pearson's Magazine (VT, DR6), 1919 (Online) series 8box 9folder 1item 4.41
Tangoism (woman dancing) (VT, DR6), undated (Online) series 8box 9folder 1item 4.42
The Spring, the Poet, the Flower by Djuna Barnes (the American Beardsley) (figure holding flower) Bruno's Weekly, III (July 22, 1916) (VT, DR6), undated (Online) series 8box 9folder 1item 4.43
Three portraits (top to bottom: a. "Portrait" (Ida Rauh), opposite p. 172; b. "Drawing" (Ida Rauh), opposite p. 102; c. "Study," (frontispiece) from A Book (1923) -- [See also Series VIII, 3.4 above and Series VII, 4.21 for "Portrait" (Ida Rauh)] (VT, DR6), circa 1923 (Online) series 8box 9folder 1item 4.1
Large woman on stage with hand at man's neck from Theatre Guild Magazine -- [See also Series VIII, 3.50 above] (VT, DR6), February 1929 (Online) series 8box 9folder 1item 4.2
Actors Made Relentless… from Theatre Guild Magazine, pg. 36 -- [See also Series VII, 4.70 and Series VIII, 3.47 above] (VT, DR6), April 1930 (Online) series 8box 9folder 1item 4.3
I Believes Everything (two men and a woman on a boat at sea) from Theatre Guild Magazine, p. 19 (VT, DR6), May 1930 (Online) series 8box 9folder 1item 4.4
Two drawings, left to right: "Exit Summer" and "Oh! The Good Sayings…" from "Playgoer's Almanac", Theatre Guild Magazine -- [See also Series VIII, 3.64 and 3.65 above] (VT, DR6), October 1930 (Online) series 8box 9folder 1item 4.5
There seems to be crime! from "The Wanton Playgoer," Theatre Guild Magazine, p. 33 -- [See also Series VIII, 3.85 above] (VT, DR6), May 1931 (Online) series 8box 9folder 1item 4.6
Lhude Sing Cuccu! (girl in bonnet seated with five cattle) from Theatre Guild Magazine -- [See also Series VIII, 3.106 above] (VT, DR6), August 1930 (Online) series 8box 9folder 1item 4.7
Autumn from Theatre Guild Magazine, p. 64 (VT, DR6), October 1930 (Online) series 8box 9folder 1item 4.8
The Pay from "Types found in Odd Corners About Brooklyn," Brooklyn Daily Eagle (VT, DR6), 28 July 1913 (Online) series 8box 9folder 1item 4.9
Time Enough Later from "Types found in Odd Corners About Brooklyn," Brooklyn Daily Eagle (VT, DR6), 30 July 1913 (Online) series 8box 9folder 1item 4.10
Flowers from "Types found in Odd Corners About Brooklyn," Brooklyn Daily Eagle (VT, DR6), 4 August 1913 (Online) series 8box 9folder 1item 4.11
What can he have Sown… from "Types found in Odd Corners About Brooklyn," Brooklyn Daily Eagle (VT, DR6), 5 August 1913 (Online) series 8box 9folder 1item 4.12
The News you did not Buy from "Types found in Odd Corners About Brooklyn," Brooklyn Daily Eagle -- (Two copies) (VT, DR6), 22 August 1913 (Online) series 8box 9folder 1item 4.13
To-Morrow Assured from (Types found in Odd Corners About Brooklyn,) Brooklyn Daily Eagle (VT, DR6), 26 August 1913 (Online) series 8box 9folder 1item 4.14
Because the Road He Took Was Wrong from "Types found in Odd Corners About Brooklyn," Brooklyn Daily Eagle -- [See also Series VII, 4.52] (VT, DR6), 27 August 1913 (Online) series 8box 9folder 1item 4.15
Dissecting Life Removal of Backbone from "Types found in Odd Corners About Brooklyn," Brooklyn Daily Eagle (VT, DR6), 29 August 1913 (Online) series 8box 9folder 1item 4.16
Man and woman dancing in restaurant from Vogue(?) (VT, DR6), undated (Online) series 8box 9folder 1item 4.44
Tearsheets [Restricted] series 8box 10folder 1
Man in chef's hat standing on table with cloud behind from Vogue(?) -- (Partially hand colored) (VT, DR7), undated (Online) series 8box 10folder 1item 4.45
Man in chef's hat standing on table with cloud behind from Vogue(?) -- (Slightly smaller version; not colored) (VT, DR7), undated (Online) series 8box 10folder 1item 4.46
Woman and man standing by stream with sheep in distance from Vogue(?) (VT, DR7), undated (Online) series 8box 10folder 1item 4.47
Two women at table with roasted pig from Vogue(?) (VT, DR7), undated (Online) series 8box 10folder 1item 4.48
Smaller version of two women with roasted pig from Vogue(?) (VT, DR7), undated (Online) series 8box 10folder 1item 4.49
Woman in hat stepping into stairwell with couple in background from Vogue(?) (VT, DR7), undated (Online) series 8box 10folder 1item 4.50
Woman seated on barstool facing a waiter, another woman standing on scale from Vogue(?) (VT, DR7), undated (Online) series 8box 10folder 1item 4.51
Chef in kitchen taking fish out of tank from Vogue(?) (VT, DR7), undated (Online) series 8box 10folder 1item 4.52
Man in chef's hat surveying the pig, bull, sheep, rooster, fish, turkey, and deer around him from Vogue(?) (VT, DR7), undated (Online) series 8box 10folder 1item 4.53
Three men in hat and canes seated by building with sign "Steaks and Chops" from Vogue(?) (VT, DR7), undated (Online) series 8box 10folder 1item 4.54
Three waiters in formal dress carrying plates from Vogue(?) (VT, DR7), undated (Online) series 8box 10folder 1item 4.55
The Flute Player, drawing of person playing flute from Rogue (Copy of entire issue) (VT, DR7), 15 April 1915 (Online) series 8box 10folder 1item 4.56
The Tragedian from Rogue -- (Barnes drawing cut from this issue [p. 9]) (VT, DR7), 15 August 1915 (Online) series 8box 10folder 1item 4.57
The Murdered Man, drawn by Dobrujda from "The Murder in the Palm-Room," Vanity Fair, p. 47. -- [See also Series VII, 4.82] (VT, DR7), December 1916 (Online) series 8box 10folder 1item 4.58
Oil Paintings -- [For information about holdings please contact curator.] [Restricted] series 8box 10folder 2
Oil Paintings. Contact Curator of Literary Manuscripts for access. -- [See also Series VII, 4.5, 4.15, and 4.83 above.], 1934-1936 series 8box 10folder 2item 5.1-3
Art by Others/Thelma Wood [Restricted] series 8box 10folder 3
Thelma Wood, Study (nude female figure), print (VT, DR7), undated (Online) series 8box 10folder 3item 6.1
Thelma Wood, Sketchbook, 48 pencil sketches, one inscribed "Berlin 1921."-- [See also Series VII, 5.9 and 5.10] (VT, DR7), 1921 and undated series 8box 10folder 3item 6.2
Art by Others/Emily Coleman [Restricted] series 8box 10folder 4
Emily Coleman, When Thou Wast Under the Fig Tree (two profile faces and hands with door in background) -- (Water color on paper) (VT, DR7), undated series 8box 10folder 4item 6.3
Art by Others/August Menters(?) [Restricted] series 8box 10folder 5
Agna Enters, Drying Hair (head of a woman) -- (Watercolor and pencil) (VT, DR7), undated series 8box 10folder 5item 6.4
Agna Enters, Blizzard (head of a woman) -- (Pastel and pencil) (VT, DR7), undated series 8box 10folder 5item 6.5
Art by Others/Jean Oberle [Restricted] series 8box 10folder 6
Jean Oberle, Three nude women -- (Pen) (VT, DR7), undated series 8box 10folder 6item 6.6
Art by Others/Joseph Ottinger [Restricted] series 8box 10folder 7
Joseph Ottinger, The Flagellation of Christ -- (Black and white print with colored paper) (VT, DR7), undated series 8box 10folder 7item 6.7
Joseph Ottinger, The Pieta/Mater Dollorosa -- (Black and white print with colored paper) (VT, DR7), undated series 8box 10folder 7item 6.8
Joseph Ottinger, The Coronation of Christ -- (Black and white print with colored paper) (VT, DR7), undated series 8box 10folder 7item 6.9
Joseph Ottinger, Ecce Homo -- (Black and white print with colored paper) (VT, DR7), undated series 8box 10folder 7item 6.10
Joseph Ottinger, Crucifixion -- (Black and white print with colored paper) (VT, DR7), undated series 8box 10folder 7item 6.11
Joseph Ottinger, Christ blessing a meal with Mary and Joseph -- (Black and white print with colored paper) (VT, DR7), undated series 8box 10folder 7item 6.12
Joseph Ottinger, Mary and Joseph looking for a resting place in Bethlehem -- (Black and white print with colored paper) (VT, DR7), undated series 8box 10folder 7item 6.13
Joseph Ottinger, Mater Dolorosa -- (Black and white print with colored paper) (VT, DR7), undated series 8box 10folder 7item 6.14
Joseph Ottinger, St. Augustine -- (Black and white print with colored paper) (VT, DR7), undated series 8box 10folder 7item 6.15
Art by Others/P. Tchelechew [Restricted] series 8box 10folder 8
P. Tchelechev, Head of a boy -- Ink and watercolor) (VT, DR7), undated series 8box 10folder 8item 6.16
Art by Others/Artist Unidentified [Restricted] series 8box 10folder 9
Head of a man -- (Pencil) (VT, DR7), undated series 8box 10folder 9item 6.17
Sketch of a human figure, pencil (VT, DR7), undated series 8box 10folder 9item 6.18
Head of a man, possibly Ernst Hanfstaengl -- (Print; marked "24I911") (VT, DR7), undated series 8box 10folder 9item 6.19
Portrait of Djuna Barnes -- (Pencil) -- [See also Series VII, 5.6] (VT, DR7), undated series 8box 10folder 9item 6.20
Colored illustration of ladies fashion on verso and recto (captions: "1798" and "1799") (VT, DR7), undated series 8box 10folder 9item 6.21
Page of woodcut illustrations of animals changing places with men (VT, DR7), undated series 8box 10folder 9item 6.22
Reproduction of a Gounaro drawing of a man and woman, exhibited at Hugo Gallery in New York, NY (from back: "Feb.16-March 12") (VT, DR7), undated series 8box 10folder 9item 6.23
Oriental (Indian?) print, torn from magazine (VT, DR7), undated series 8box 10folder 9item 6.24
Black and white print, gift of Christine Koschel (inscription: "Giacomo...[?] '77") (VT, DR7), undated series 8box 10folder 9item 6.25
Eleven color transparencies in various shapes with German text, mostly religious subjects. Found in copy of J. J. Jusserand, English Wayfaring Life in the Middle Ahes (VT, DR7), undated series 8box 10folder 9item 6.26
Poster ("Dangerous Characters--Mr. Chas. (2-Deck) Chappell & Mrs. Virginia (Flossie) Chappell") (VT, DR7), undated series 8box 10folder 9item 6.27
Cards [Restricted] series 8box 11folder 1
Postcards (etc.) -- (Art works [94]) (VT, DR8), undated series 8box 11folder 1item 7.1
Postcards -- (People [4]) (VT, DR8), undated series 8box 11folder 1item 7.2
Postcards (etc.) -- (Places [64]) (VT, DR8), undated series 8box 11folder 1item 7.3
Picture card series -- (Padua [20]) (VT, DR8), undated series 8box 11folder 1item 7.4

Series 9: Library, 1728-1992 (Approximately 1100 items)

The Djuna Barnes Library contains over 1000 titles which can be searched and browsed using the University of Maryland Libraries' online catalog. This same search can be reproduced by visiting the University of Maryland Libraries' online catalog, clicking the "Advanced Search" link, and then limiting a search by "Marylandia and Rare Books -- Barnes" from the "Location" pull-down menu.

The Libraries continue to augment these Barnes holdings through purchase and donation.

The box inventory for this series is not currently available online. Please refer to the series description above for a broad description of the materials or contact the department for more information.

Related Material

Materials related to the Papers of Djuna Barnes held by the Archives and Manuscripts Department include the Barnes Family Papers, the Papers of Saxon Barnes, the Papers of Elsa von Freytag-Loringhoven, the Papers of James Stern, the Irwin Cohen Collection, the Papers of Phillip Herring, the Chester Page Collection, the Papers of Andrew Field, and the Papers of Frances McCullough. A uniqure recording of Barnes reading from The Antiphon, made by Chester Page in April 1971and acquired with the McCullough papers, is available at http://sharestream.lib.umd.edu/ssdcms/i.do?u=f36bb9c39448490. Important correspondence of Barnes with Emily Coleman is in the Emily Holmes Coleman Papers at the University of Delaware Library, Newark, Delaware.

The Marylandia and Rare Books Department has curatorial responsibility for the portion of Barnes's personal library that was acquired with her papers. The cataloged portion of Barnes's library contains 360 titles and is accessible through the University of Maryland Libraries' online catalog. Nearly 800 additional books that are not cataloged are also available. Please see the description in Series IX: Library for more information.

For other related archival and manuscript collections, please see the following subject guides.

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