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Descriptive Summary

Biographical Sketch

Scope and Content

Restrictions

Index Terms

Separated Material

Administrative Information

Description of Series

Series I. Writer, 1921-73

Series II. Editor, 1954-73

Series III. Personal, 1923-73

Index

University of Texas, Harry Ransom Humanities Research Center

Margaret Cousins:

An Inventory of Her Papers at the Harry Ransom Humanities Research Center



Descriptive Summary

Creator Cousins, Margaret, 1905-
Title Margaret Cousins Papers
Dates: 1921-73
Abstract: The papers of Texas writer and editor Margaret Cousins include correspondence and manuscripts reflecting her career, particularly as contributor to women's magazines, as editor of Lyndon Johnson's memoir, and as senior editor at Doubleday Publishing Company.
RLIN Record # TXRC91-A12
Extent 35 boxes (14.5 linear feet)
Language English.
Repository Harry Ransom Humanities Research Center, University of Texas at Austin

Biographical Sketch

Born in Munday, Knox County, Texas, on January 26, 1905, Margaret Cousins was the first child of Walter Henry and Sue Margaret Reeves Cousins. Largely through the influence of her father, Margaret displayed an interest in pursuing a literary career at a young age. Upon graduating from Bryan Street High School in Dallas, Texas, in 1922, Cousins entered the University of Texas at Austin with a major in English literature.

When Cousins left the university in 1926, she found employment as an apprentice on her father's Southern Pharmaceutical Journal in Dallas, advancing to associate editor in 1930 and editor in 1935. Cousins moved to New York City in 1937 to work as assistant editor of the Pictorial Review. When the Pictorial Review ceased publication in 1939, she began work as a copy writer in the promotional department of Hearst Magazines, Inc. Over the next few years she read manuscripts on a free-lance basis and wrote fashion captions for Heart's Good Housekeeping, to which she had been a contributor as early as 1930, when her poem “Indian Summer” appeared in the November issue.

In 1942, Cousins became assistant editor of Good Housekeeping, advancing to managing editor three years later. According to Cousins, her primary duties at Good Housekeeping were, “reading, writing or correspondence, contacts, and production of ideas....” Cousins reached the height of her career as senior editor of Doubleday Publishing Company, a position which she held from 1961-73.

As an editor, Cousins perceived herself not only as a manager, but also as a role model for her reading public. Keenly aware of the power of the press in influencing public values, she sought to “live in a manner worthy of emulation.” This strong sense of moral imperative and vocational devotion was the driving force behind her efforts as an editor. In 1971, Cousins retired from Doubleday and went to work for Ladies' Home Journal as fiction editor. Her final retirement came in 1973, when she moved to San Antonio, Texas.

In her youth, Cousins had envisioned writing novels of social history, but the course of her career led her to write “simply to entertain.” As a writer, Cousins was known for her Romantic short stories, which appeared in many popular women's magazines, including Good Housekeeping, Cosmopolitan, McCall's, and Redbook. She produced well over two hundred in all. Some of her stories were adapted for radio, television theater, and film. “The Life of Lucy Gallant” became a full length motion picture starring Jane Wyman and Charlton Heston. In the non-fiction field, Cousins contributed a number of articles to various magazines and authored columns including “Bagdad on the Subway” and “The Innocent Bystander.”

Cousins also wrote and edited a number of books. Her first effort, a story entitled Uncle Edgar and the Reluctant Saint appeared in 1948. Her three juvenile books are Ben Franklin of Old Philadelphia (1952), We Were There at the Battle of the Alamo (1958), and Thomas Alva Edison (1965). A Christmas Gift (1952) is a collection of Cousin's Christmas short stories. Her only mystery, Traffic with Evil, was published under the pseudonym Avery Johns in 1957. Love and Marriage (1961) is an anthology of stories which Cousins edited. Cousins served as a ghost writer for silent film star Colleen Moore's book, Colleen Moore's Doll House, and Margaret Truman's Souvenir (1956). She also edited Lyndon Baines Johnson's memoirs, The Vantage Point (1971), and Lady Bird Johnson's A White House Diary (1970).

Cousins involved herself actively in the Author's Guild of the Author's League of America as secretary and Magazine Committee chairperson. She spoke on occasion at conferences and meetings of various literary and educational organizations. Her career brought her into contact with many prominent literary figures and other notable personalities in the political and entertainment fields.

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Scope and Content

Correspondence, printed material, typescripts, photographs, galley proofs, and other materials document the life of Margaret Cousins, from her high school years through her career as a writer and editor. The material is arranged in three series: Writer, Editor, and Personal, in keeping with Cousins' original arrangement scheme.

Cousins' career as a writer is the focus of the first series, which consists of four subseries: Books, Short Stories and Articles, Poetry, and Writing, General. Typescripts, correspondence, and printed material are grouped together under the title of the book in the first subseries. The titles are presented chronologically by date of publication. Those books ghost written by Cousins, Big Spring, Souvenir, and Colleen Moore's Doll House, are included here. The second subseries, Short Stories and Articles, is a relatively large one, consisting primarily of Cousins' contributions to various women's magazines, including Cosmopolitan, Good Housekeeping, McCall's, and Redbook. Good Housekeeping is the most heavily represented, with some fifty-seven of Cousin's contributions to the magazine appearing in her papers. Virtually every file in this subseries represents a particular short story in the form of both a typescript and a printed version. Certain articles appear under pseudonyms, such as those Cousins wrote for Playboy under the pseudonym William Masters. At the end of the subseries is a section containing Cousins' unpublished short stories and a file concerning those adapted for radio, television, theater, and film. The third subseries, Poetry, is a rather short one, primarily comprising typescripts of unpublished poetry composed by Cousins in her youth. The fourth and final subseries, Writings, General, contains materials documenting Cousins' association with the Author's Guild of the Author's League of America and a body of literary agent and publisher correspondence. The vast majority of the correspondence consists of letters sent to Cousins by her literary agent, Harold Matson Company. Also present are fan letters and letters from members of the National Magazine Company of London, with which Cousins was associated during World War II.

The second series, Editor, documents Cousins' distinguished editorial career. The series is divided into four subseries: Books and Articles, Magazines, Doubleday Publishing Company, and Public Relations. The first subseries pertains primarily to Cousins' editorial work for Lyndon Baines Johnson, Lady Bird Johnson, and Margaret Truman. Lyndon Johnson's memoirs, The Vantage Point, is represented by two typescripts. Chapters XI, XII, XIV, XV, XVII, and XXI are missing from the first typescript and Chapters XI, XVII, and XXI from the second. Lady Bird Johnson's A White House Diary and two short articles by Margaret Truman are also represented in typescript.

In the course of her work, Cousins developed personal relationships with the Johnsons and Ms. Truman, as is apparent from the correspondence and printed material present within this subseries. For instance there are files documenting Margaret Truman's wedding in 1956 and the dedication of the LBJ Library in 1970, both of which Cousins attended.

The second subseries, Magazines, is rather small, comprising a mere four folders of primarily printed materials and correspondence pertaining to Cousin's editorial activities at Good Housekeeping, House Beautiful, and Ladies' Home Journal. The third subseries, Doubleday Publishing Company, documents Cousins' activities as senior editor at Doubleday. Present are notes, printed material, and correspondence from various company meetings and special committees. However, the bulk of this subseries is comprised of correspondence and memoranda representing Cousins' day-to-day editorial activities. Also present is a folder of mail Cousins received from well-wishers upon her retirement from Doubleday in 1971 and a folder of correspondence regarding reader's reports Cousins did for Doubleday subsequent to her retirement. The final subseries, Public Relations, contains typescripts, printed materials, and correspondence representing Cousins' support for various writing programs and contests. Also included are copies of speeches Cousins made at the meetings and conferences of literary and educational organizations.

The final series, Personal, evidences how little Cousins' personal life, as she represents it, diverged from her professional one. This series includes several files containing articles about Cousins dating from her high school days through her return to Texas in 1973. Ever conscious of her professional image, Cousins meticulously collected materials relating to her New York residences. Particularly well-represented is her much vaunted, custom built house near Dobbs Ferry, New York. The papers contain everything from blueprints and legal documents to magazine articles on the house. Cousins' personal correspondence is perhaps the most interesting group of materials in the papers. Included are letters from Joan Crawford, Ethel Merman, Margaret Mitchell, Ogden Nash, J.C Penney, Mike Wallace, Herman Wouk, William F. Buckley, and J. Frank Dobie. Also present are five folders of invitations to sundry social events. Two of the more significant occasions, the inauguration of Alan Simpson as president of Vassar College and a dinner in honor of Queen Elizabeth II, are represented in separate folders. Five folders of photographs, several diplomas, and a poetry scrapbook complete the papers.

The Cousins papers provide a fairly thorough retrospective of her life and work. However, it is more than evident that Cousins assembled her papers with an audience in mind. While certainly informative, the numerous explanatory notes Cousins placed throughout the papers and the materials she collected definitely reflect the image of how she wants to be remembered. Regardless, researchers will find these papers a rich source of information regarding the life of an extremely dedicated and highly able writer and editor of popular literature.

Several runs of correspondence in the papers have been indexed. Correspondence with members of the Authors League of America in box 16, incoming correspondence from literary agents and editors in box 17, editorial correspondence from Cousins' years at Doubleday in boxes 25-27, and incoming personal correspondence in boxes 32-36 is indexed at the end of this finding aid.

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Restrictions

Access

Open for Research

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Index Terms

Correspondents
Abbe, James.
Albee, Edward, 1928- .
Arteseros, Sally.
Bass, Mary.
Behrman, S. N. (Samuel Nathaniel), 1893-1973.
Berger, Bill.
Blassingame, Lurton, 1904-1988.
Bolton, Guy, 1884- .
Bowen, Elizabeth, 1899-1973.
Brown, Helen Gurley.
Calkins, Earnest Elmo, 1868-1964.
Carter, John Mack.
Cather, Willa, 1873-1947.
Chambrun, Jacques.
Chidester, Ann.
Chute, B. J. (Beatrice Joy), 1913-1987.
Congdon, Don.
Crager, Tess.
Crawford, Joan, 1908-1977.
Davenport, Marcia. 1903- .
Davis, Gene.
de Mohrenschildt, George.
Deal, Borden, 1922- .
Demic, Joseph.
Denny, Dorothy.
Dolson, Hildegarde.
Drury, Michael.
Enright, Elizabeth, 1909-1968.
Erdman, Loula Grace.
Ernst, Morris Leopold, 1888- .
Eunson, Dale, 1904- .
Fadiman, Clifton, 1904- .
Ferber, Edna, 1887-1968.
Fitz-Gibbon, Bernice.
Giller, Jasha.
Gordey, Beverly.
Gordon, Elizabeth.
Graham, Janet.
Green, Charles E.
Greene, A. C.
Greene, Bertram.
Haggard, Edith.
Hart, Moss, 1904-1961.
Hassell, Jennifer.
Horgan, Paul, 1903- .
Hunt, Hamlen.
Jackson, Charles.
Janeway, Elizabeth.
Jones, Andrew.
Kienholz, Cheryl.
Knowlton, Perry.
Lane, Marilyn.
Lasswell, Mary, 1905- .
Lee, Marjorie.
Littauer, Kenneth.
Long, Daniel J.
Lowe, Violet Richardson.
Luce, Clare Boothe, 1903-1987.
Lyons, Ruth.
Marker, Mary M.
Matson, Harold.
Matson, Peter H.
Mauran, Grace Amundson.
McCormick, Ken.
McNamara, Marian.
Meehan, Jeannette Porter.
Merman, Ethel, 1909- .
Metzger, Evelyn.
Michailovsky, Burnett.
Moore, Colleen, 1902- .
Moore, Marie D.
Morrison, Henry.
Nash, Ogden, 1902-1971.
O'Connell, Jack J.
Olding, Dorothy.
Oppenheimer, Evelyn, 1907- .
Otis, Elizabeth.
Patterson, Mary King.
Patterson, Pearl L.
Reynolds, Paul Revere, 1904- .
Roberts, Ellin K.
Robsjohn-Gibbings, T. H.
Rogers, Willie Mae.
Ross, Nancy Wilson, 1901-1986.
Sage, Jean.
Schaffner, John.
Schmitt, Gladys.
Slater, Leonard.
Smith, Robert Paul.
Stout, Rex, 1886-1975.
Swan, Oliver G.
Swanson, H. N.
Trahey, Jane.
Vaughan, Samuel S.
Vidor, King, 1894-1982.
Volkening, Henry.
Walker, Robert,.
Wallace, Lois.
Ware, Harlan.
Watt, Peter.
Webb, Barbara.
Weir, Walter.
Westheimer, David.
Wheatly, Rosalie S.
White, Jack Palmer.
Winston, Martha.
Organizations
Cosmopolitan.
Doubleday & Company, inc.
Good housekeeping.
Ladies' home journal.
McCall's.
Redbook.
Author's League of America.

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Separated Material

Diploma from University of Texas at Austin (16 in. × 13 in.)

Bracelet with award tokens received for writing at University of Texas at Austin

Two stained glass fragments from bombed-out House of Commons

Four framed sketches by Henrik Willem van Loon (7.2 in. × 6.5 in.)

Cigarrette case, gift from Clyde Lasswell, US Navy

Galleys in Galley File--

Cousins. “Is Fiction Here to Stay?” 6 pp.

Cousins. Thomas A. Edison. 44 pp.

Johnson, Lady Bird. A White House Diary. 330 pp.

Johnson, Lyndon B. The Vantage Point. 192 pp.

Books removed to HRC book collections--

Ben Franklin of Old Phildelphia, New York: Random House, 1952.

Christmas Gift, Garden City, New York: Doubleday and Company, 1952.

Edison et la Grande Aventure de L'Electricite', Paris: Fernand Nathan, 1970. (French translation of The Story of Thomas Alva Edison)

Love and Marriage, Garden City, New York: Doubleday and Company, 1961.

The Story of Thomas Alva Edison, New York: Random House, 1965.

Thomas Alva Edison: The Man Who Lighted the World, Greenwich, Conn.: Fawcett Publications, 1965. (paperback version of The Story of Thomas Alva Edison)

Uncle Edgar and the Reluctant Saint, New York: Farrar Straus and Company, 1948.

We Were There at the Battle of the Alamo, New York: Grosset and Dunlap, 1958.

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Administrative Information

Acquisition

Gift, 1973

Processed by

Donald Firsching, Kendra Trachta, Miriam Wilde, 1990.

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Margaret Cousins Papers--Folder List

 

Series I. Writer, 1921-73

Subseries A. Books, 1942-65
box folder
1 1 Big Spring, 1942
2 Uncle Edgar and the Reluctant Saint, 1948
Ben Franklin of Old Philadelphia, 1952
box folder
1 3 Typescript
4 Typescript with Revisions--Copy 1
5 Typescript with Revisions--Copy 2
6 Note Cards, Printed Materials
Correspondence
box folder
1 7 1952-53
8 1958-70
9 Christmas Gift, 1952
Souvenir, 1956
box folder
1 10-11 Basic Notes
box folder
2 1 - 3 Typescript--Copy 1
4 - 5 Typescript--Copy 2
6 Clippings, Correspondence
Traffic with Evil, 1957
box folder
2 7 Preliminary Typescript
box folder
3 1 Typescript with Revisions
2 Notes, Printed Material, Miscellaneous
We Were There at the Battle of the Alamo, 1958
box folder
3 3 Outline and Typescript
4 Correspondence
The Story of Thomas Alva Edison, 1965
box folder
3 5 Typescript
6 Typescript with Revisions
7 Correspondence
Galley Proofs (in Galley File)
box folder
3 8 Colleen Moore's Doll House, nd
Subseries B. Short Stories and Articles
box folder
4 1 The Alcade
2 American Magazine
3 American Weekly
Ameryka (Oversized, Box 35-8)
box folder
4 4 Argosy
5 Author's Guild Bulletin
6 Bible Society Record
7 Book of the Month Club News
8 Cosmetics
Cosmopolitan
box folder
4 10 “All the Old Familiar Places”
11 “A Christmas I'll Never Forget”
12 “Double Feature”
13 “First Love”
14 “Give Me My Rose and My Glove”
15 “The Good Doctor”
16 “Joe”
17 “A Little Less than Love”
18 “A Matter of Viewpoint”
19 “Paris Opening”
20 “The Patriotism of Howard Finney”
box folder
5 1 “The Lost Sheep”
2 “A Short Walk across Town”
3 “Tall Girl”
4 Miscellaneous Typescripts
5 Miscellaneous Short Stories
6 Fan Mail
7 Delta Review
8 Drug Topics
9 The Episcopalian
Everywoman's
box folder
5 10 “The Course of True Love”
11 “The Hat with the Roses”
12 “The Ill Wind”
13-14 “Posie”
15 “Time: Christmas Eve...”
16 Correspondence
17 Family Weekly
box
6 Ford Times
1 - 2 Typescripts
3 - 4 Printed Material
5 Correspondence, nd, 1962-73
Glamour
box folder
6 6 “Drawing the Line”
7 “The Fine Art of Concentration”
8 Correspondence, Printed Material
Good Housekeeping
box folder
6 9 “At a Sacrifice”
10 “Affair at the Plaza”
11 “All that Matters”
12 “Anything Can Happen”
13 “Appointment in the Desert”
14 “Awakening”
15 “The Beautiful Friendship”
box folder
7 1 “The Believer”
2 “A Bunch of Keys”
3 “Butch”
4 “Career Woman”
5 “Chaperon”
6 “The Civilized Couple”
7 “A Dance Remembered”
8 “The Complicated Road”
9 “The Dangerous Corner”
10 “The Desert Flower”
11 “Dover”
12 “The Eighth Avenue Look”
13 “The Enchanted Cottage”
14 “The Ex-Hermit”
15 “The Fine Art of Being an Aunt”
16 “The First Formal”
17 “The Girl Who Had Everything”
18 “The Girl Who Made Herself Over”
box folder
8 1 “The Happy Day”
2 “A Leaf Out of the Book”
3 “The Homemade Miracle”
4 “Inconstant Star”
5 “The Legend of Adele Mercer”
6 “A Letter to Mr. Priest”
7 “The Life of Lucy Gallant”
8 “Little Brother”
9 “The Long, Low Whistle”
10 “The Longest Day of the Year”
11 “Love Is a Complicated Thing”
12 “The Man Who Married Money”
box folder
9 1 “The Man Who Won the Waldorf”
2 “Marabou”
3 “The Message”
4 “A Minority Report”
5 “Mr. Custer's Last Stand”
6 “The Natural History of Stacey Spender”
7 “Not Required Reading”
8 “The One in the Middle”
9 “One Thing in Common”
10 “Out of the Blue”
11 “The President's Daughter”
12 “The Quarrel”
13 “Small World”
14 “The Strange Christmas Dinner”
15 “The Trouble with Love”
16 “Uncle Edgar and the Reluctant Saint”
17 “Whisper”
18 “The Winner”
19 “Words without Music”
20 “The Worshipper”
21 Miscellaneous Short Stories
box folder
10 1 Miscellaneous Typescripts
2 Note Cards
3 Correspondence, nd, 1938-66
4 House Beautiful
5 Illustrierte Woche
6 Junior Bazaar
7 Ladies' Home Journal
8 Lady-Fare
9 The Louisiana Pharmacist
McCall's
box folder
10 10 “The Abandoned”
11 “All the Love in the World
12 “Anything Can Happen”
13 “The Appointment at Versailles”
14 “At the Salon”
box folder
11 1 “A Band of Angels”
2 “A Charmed Life”
3 “The Course of True Love”
4 “The Day of the Wedding”
5 “Excerpts from the Diary of Carol Lorilland”
6 “The Friend of a Friend”
7 “The House”
8 “The Last of Mrs. Maynard”
9 “Love in a Crowd”
10 “Lover's Leap”
11 “The Rockefeller Center Romance”
12 “Romantic Names, Exotic Places”
13 “San Antonio, I Love You”
14 “Something Old, Something New”
15 “A Suburban Matron's Story”
16 “The Talisman”
box folder
12 1 Miscellaneous Typescripts
2 Miscellaneous Short Stories
3 Correspondence, nd, 1961-69
4 Mademoiselle
5 The Matrix
6 Philadelphia Enquirer
7 Pictorial Review
8 Playboy
9 Omnibus Syndicate
10 Reader's Digest
Redbook
box folder
12 11 “The Electric Train”
12 “The Long Hard Road”
13 “The Wedding of the Year”
14 Miscellaneous Typescripts and Short Stories
box folder
13 1 Scholastic Editor
2 This Week
3 Times Herald
4 Today's Girl
5 Today's Woman
6 United Press International
7 Vogue
8 Who
Woman's Day
box folder
13 9 “The Green-Eyed Girl”
10 “Hannah Lacey and the King of Sweden”
11 Miscellaneous Typescripts
12 Printed Material, Correspondence
13 Woman's Home Companion
14 Woman's Journal
15 Woman's Own
16 The Writer
17 Miscellaneous Short Stories
box folder
14 1 Christmas Booklets
2 Christmas Articles
Unpublished Short Stories
box folder
14 3 “Cathart's Confessions”
4 “Felix”
5 “No Wider than the Heart”
6 “Operation Christmas”
7 “Sybil”
8 “Texas”
Miscellaneous
box folder
14 9 A-C
10 D-H
box folder
15 1 I
2 J-M
3 P-Se
4 Sh-Sz
5 T-Z
6 Untitled
7 Radio, Television, Theatre, Film
Subseries C. Poetry, 1921-66
box folder
16 1 Published Poems
Unpublished Poems
box folder
16 2 Untitled, A-G
3 H-P
4 Q-Z
5 Selections for Personal Friends
Subseries D. Writings, General, 1929-73
The Authors Guild of the Author's League of America
box folder
16 6 Printed Material
7 Correspondence
box
17 Correspondence
Literary Agents and Editors
Incoming
box folder
17 1 1929-45
2 1946-57
3 1958-73
4 Outgoing, 1960-65
5 Other to Other, 1943-72
6 Fan Mail, nd, 1929-71
7 National Magazine Co. of London, nd, 1946-73

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Series II. Editor, 1954-73

Subseries A. Books and Articles, 1960-71
box folder
18 1 Love and Marriage, 1961
The Vantage Point by Lyndon Baines Johnson, 1971
box folder
18 2 Correspondence, Printed Material
3 LBJ Library Dedication, 1970
Copy I
box folder
18 4 Preface, Chapter I
5 Chapter II
6 Chapter III
7 Chapters IV and V
8 Chapter VI
9 Chapter VII
box folder
19 1 Chapters VIII and IX
2 Chapter X
3 Chapters XIII and XVI
4 Chapters XVIII and XIX
5 Chapter XX
6 Chapters XXII and XXIII
Copy 2
box folder
19 7 Chapters I and II
8 Chapters III and IV
box folder
20 1 Chapter V
2 Chapter VI
3 Chapters VII and VIII
4 Chapters IX, X, and XII
5 Chapters XIII and XIV
6 Chapter XV
7 Chapters XVI, XVIII, and XIX
8 Chapters XX and XXII
9 Chapter XXIII
Galley Proofs (in Galley File)
box
21 A White House Diary, by Lady Bird Johnson, 1970
1 Correspondence, printed material
Poster (28" × 14", in Personal Effects File)
Typescript
box folder
21 2 1963
3 - 4 (Copy 1) 1964
5 - 6 (Copy 2) 1964
box folder
22 1 1965
2 - 3 (Copy 1) 1966
4 (Copy 2) 1966
5 - 6 1967
box folder
23 1 - 2 1968
Galley Proofs (in Galley File)
Margaret Truman
box folder
23 3 “Life with Grandfather,” nd
4 “Maytime in Moscow,” 1960
5 Personal
6 Correspondence, nd, 1954-57
Subseries B. Magazines, 1957-73
Good Housekeeping
box folder
23 7 Bleak House Project
8 General
box folder
24 1 House Beautiful
2 Ladies' Home Journal
Subseries C. Doubleday Publishing Company, 1961-73
box folder
24 3 Client Lists
4 Editorial Meetings Notes
5 Crossroads of World History Committee
Mainstream of World History Committee
box folder
24 6 nd, 1963
7 1964
8 1965-67
9 Women of the World Series
box folder
25 1 Sales Meetings
2 Printed Material, Bibliographies
Correspondence
box folder
25 3 A
4 Ba-Bo
5 Br-Bz
6 C
7 D-E
8 F
box folder
26 1 G
2 H-J
3 K-L
4 Ma-Me
5 Mi-P
6 Q-S
7 T-V
box folder
27 1 Wa-We
2 Wh-Z
3 Correspondence Regarding Retirement, 1971
4 Reader's Report Correspondence, nd, 1971-73
Reports and Memos to other Doubleday Editors
box folder
27 5 1961-62
6 1963
7 1964
8 1965
9 1966
box folder
28 1 1967
1968
box folder
28 2 Jan.-April
3 May-July
4 Aug.-Dec.
1969
box folder
28 5 Jan.-July
6 Aug.-Dec.
Subseries D. Public Relations, 1961-73
box folder
28 7 Famous Writers School
8 Writing Contest Correspondence, 1962-68
Writers' Conferences
box folder
29 1 Reports, Printed Material
2 Correspondence, 1962-69
Speeches, 1961-73
box folder
29 3 Home Furnishings Forum, 1962
4 Religious Editors' Conference, 1962
5 Untitled
6 A-H
7 I-M
8 P-Z
box folder
30 1 Printed Material
Correspondence
box folder
30 2 1961-64
3 1965-73

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Series III. Personal, 1923-73

box folder
30 4-5 Clippings
6 Printed Material
7 Southern Pharmaceutical Journal
8-9 Historical World War II Newspapers
Homes
box folder
30 10 Apartments (See also: New York Times Magazine, Box 35-8)
11 Beach House
Dobbs Ferry House
Correspondence
box folder
31 1 nd, 1948-50
2 1951-55
3 Legal Documents
4 Building Specifications, Printed Material
5-6 Issues House Beautiful
7 Magazines
8 Halftone Photos
box folder
32 1-2 Blueprints
Correspondence, 1927-73
box folder
32 3 A-B
4 Calkins, Ernest
5 C-F
6 G-J
7 K
box folder
33 1 L-Me
2 Mi-R
3 S
4 T-Z
5 Personal Correspondence with Doubleday Editors, nd, 1968-73
6-8 Invitations
box folder
34 1-2 Invitations
3 Inauguration of Alan Simpson at Vassar College, 1964
4 Dinner in Honor Of Queen Elizabeth II, 1957
5 Autographs
6 International Debutant Ball, 1967
box folder
35 1-5 Photographs
6 Diplomas
7 Scrapbook
8 Oversized Magazines

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 Margaret Cousins Papers--Index of Correspondents 

(S) = person is the subject of correspondence only.

[] = name as used in the papers.

  • Abbe, James--25-3
  • Abbot, Mary Squire (C. Green)--26-1
  • Abdellah, Slaheddine--25-3
  • Abeel, William C. (S)--25-3
  • Ainsworth, Helen--17-2
  • Albee, Edward, 1928- --25-3, 32-3
  • Alejo, Alberto--32-3
  • Alexander, Joan (S)--25-3
  • Alford, Joe B.--25-3
  • Allen, Adalia Seeger--25-3
  • Allen, Hervey, 1889-1949--32-3
  • Allen, John (J. Lagemann)--26-3
  • Allison, Eileen (S--D. Congdon)--25-6
  • Allison, Gladys--25-3
  • Ameresi, Umile S.--25-3
  • Amory, Cleveland--25-3
  • Amory, Kate--25-3
  • Armour, Richard Willard, 1906- --25-3
  • Armstrong, April Oursler--25-3
  • Armstrong, Charlotte, 1905-1969--32-3
  • Arnold, Max--32-3
  • Arteseros, Sally--25-3
  • Ashmead, Lawrence P.--25-3
  • Aswell, Mary Louise--25-3
  • Bach, Julian (G. & H. Fisher)--25-8
  • Bacon, Margaret--25-4
  • Bacon, Peggy, 1895-1987--32-3
  • Baladi, Edgard--25-4
  • Baldridge, Letitia (S)--25-4
  • Baldwin, Faith, 1893- --32-3
  • Balinska, Irena--25-4
  • Banks, Loy Otis--25-4
  • Barnes, Joanna (S)--25-5
  • Barnes, Margaret Ayer, 1886-1967--32-3
  • Barolini, Antonio, 1910- --32-3
  • Barrett, Mary Ellin--32-3
  • Bartholomew, Cecilia (S)--25-4
  • Barton, Mayme--25-4
  • Bass, Mary--25-4
  • Bass, Mary (M. Post)--26-5
  • Bass, Richardson--25-4
  • Bassett, Helen Barnes (S)--25-4
  • Basso, Joseph Hamilton, 1904-1964--32-3
  • Bat-Heim, Hadassah (S)--25-4
  • Baumel, Rachael Bail [Mrs. Herbert Baumel]--25-4
  • Beal, Stephen, 1939-. (S)--25-4
  • Beale, Betty (S)--25-4
  • Bean, Muriel (S)--25-4
  • Beffel, Eulalie--25-4
  • Behrman, S.N. (Samuel Nathaniel), 1893-1973--32-3
  • Behrman, S.N. (Samuel Nathaniel), 1893-1973 (S)--25-4
  • Bell, Jenny [Mrs. William H. Whyte]--25-4
  • Benefield, Barry--32-3
  • Beresford, Patricia Newell (W. Leslie)--25-4
  • Berg, Gertrude, 1899-1966--32-3
  • Berger, Bill (B. Porterfield)--26-5
  • Berger, Bill (J. Walsh)--27-1
  • Berger, Bill (W. Bussey, J. Peterkiewicz)--25-4
  • Bernard, will--25-4
  • Bernstein, Robert L.--17-3
  • Béchervaise, John Mayston--32-3
  • Bickham, Jack M. (S)--25-4
  • Bien, Ruth R.--25-4
  • Bigelow, W. F.--17-1
  • Billman, Howard (S)--25-4
  • Bishop, James H., Jr.--25-4
  • Bitker, Marjorie M.--25-4
  • Black, Douglas M.--17-2
  • Blassingame, Lurton, 1904-1988 (W. Abeel)--25-3
  • Blassingame, Lurton, 1904-1988 (C. Bartholomew, S. Beal)--25-4
  • Blassingame, Lurton, 1904-1988 (A. Brophy)--25-5
  • Block, Libbie--32-3
  • Bodeen, DeWitt--25-4
  • Bodenstein, Elizabeth--25-4
  • Boettiger, Anna Roosevelt, 1906-1975--33-2
  • Bogan, Eugene F.--32-3
  • Bohart, Eugene (S)--25-4
  • Bohen, Thomas--25-4
  • Boles, Paul Darcy, 1916- (S)--25-4
  • Bolton, Guy, 1884- --32-3
  • Bolton, Guy, 1884- (S)--25-4
  • Bonino, Louise--17-2
  • Booth, Shirley, 1909- --32-3
  • Borton, Elizabeth, 1904---33-4
  • Boulton, Laura (S)--25-4
  • Bousquet, Marie Louise--25-4
  • Bowen, Elizabeth, 1899-1973--25-4, 32-3
  • Braden, Joan (S)--25-5
  • Brager, Estelle [Mrs. Irving B.]--25-5
  • Brandt, Carl--32-3
  • Brandt, Carol--32-3
  • Breen, Charles P.--25-5
  • Brennan, R. O., Dr.--25-5
  • Brill, Franklin E.--25-5
  • Brimer, John Burton--25-5
  • Brisbane, Arthur, 1864-1936--32-3
  • Bristol, Lee Hastings, Jr.--25-5
  • Broadley, Margaret E. (S)--25-5
  • Brock, Constance--25-5
  • Brodsky, Bernard (S)--25-5
  • Brody, Alan--25-5
  • Brooke, Rupert (S)--25-5
  • Brooke, Sylvia (S)--25-5
  • Brookes, Jay Robert (S)--25-5
  • Brophy, A. Blake (S)--25-5
  • Brown, Charlie (S)--25-5
  • Brown, Helen Gurley--25-5
  • Brown, Herbert L. (S)--25-5
  • Brown, James Oliver--25-5
  • Brown, Michael Martin--32-3
  • Browne, Roland A.--25-5
  • Bruce, David Kirkpatrick Este--25-5
  • Bruckner, William--25-5
  • Brush, Katharine [Kay]--32-3
  • Buck, Charlotte--25-5
  • Buck, Pearl S. (Pearl Sydenstricker), 1892-1973--16-7
  • Buckley, William F. (William Frank), 1925- --25-5
  • Burke, Shirley (W. Wynn)--27-2
  • Burnford, Sheila Every--32-3
  • Burrows, Abe, 1910- --32-3
  • Bussey, Woodrow (S)--25-5
  • Butcher, Lee--25-5
  • Calkins, Earnest Elmo, 1868-1964--32-4
  • Campbell, Alan (H. Miller)--26-5
  • Campbell, Anson B.--25-6
  • Canaday, John Edwin, 1907- --32-5
  • Carpenter, Liz--32-5
  • Carr, Gladys Justin--25-6
  • Carter, John Mack--17-3, 25-6
  • Carter, Pruett--32-5
  • Carunungan, Celso Al (E. Patanñe)--26-5
  • Caspary, Vera--32-5
  • Cassels, Louis--25-6
  • Cather, Willa, 1873-1947--32-5
  • Cerf, Bennett, 1898-1971--17-2
  • Chambrun, Jacques--17-1
  • Chambrun, Jacques (E. Bohart)--25-4
  • Chase, Mary Ellen, 1887-1973--25-6
  • Chidester, Ann--32-5
  • Chidester, Ann (S)--25-6
  • Christman, Liz (H. Winslow)--27-2
  • Chute, B. J. (Beatrice Joy), 1913-1987--16-7, 25-6, 32-5
  • Ciardi, John, 1916- --32-5
  • Clayton, Rebecca M.--25-6
  • Cobb, Irvin Shrewsbury, 1876-1944--32-5
  • Cohen, Edgar (S)--25-6
  • Cohen, Winnie--See Hunt, Hamlen
  • Congdon, Don--17-2, 25-6
  • Coward, Noel, 1899-1973--32-5
  • Cowley, Gwen--25-6
  • Crager, Tess--25-6
  • Crager, Tess (F. MacGregor)--26-4
  • Crain, Maurice (W. Etheridge)--25-7
  • Crawford, Joan, 1908-1977--25-6, 32-5
  • Crouse, Russel, 1893-1966--16-7
  • Crull, I. Willard--17-1
  • Crume, Paul, 1912- --25-6
  • Cuomo, George--16-7
  • Daley, Harry (S)--25-7
  • Daniel, Clifton, 1912- --32-5
  • Davenport, Marcia, 1903- --25-7, 32-5
  • Davenport, Walter (S)--25-7
  • Daves, Jessica--25-7
  • Davidson, Clarissa--See Start, Clarissa
  • Davidson, Judy--32-5
  • Davis, Floyd--32-5
  • Davis, Gene--17-3, 32-5
  • Davis, Gladys Rockmore--32-5
  • Davis, Jack (S--D. Congdon)--25-6
  • Day, Donald--17-1
  • de Mohrenschildt, George--25-7, 26-5
  • de Trevino, Elizabeth--See Borton, Elizabeth
  • Deal, Borden, 1922- --32-5
  • Deal, Borden, 1922- (H. Brown)--25-5
  • Degener, Claire S. (L. Fountain)--25-8
  • Demic, Joseph--25-7
  • Denny, Dorothy--25-7
  • DeVoto, Avis [Mrs. Bernard]--25-7
  • Dieken, Gertrude--25-7
  • Diven, Anne--17-3
  • Dollard, Joan--25-7
  • Dolson, Hildegarde--25-7, 32-5
  • Doorne, Albert--32-5
  • Douth, George William--25-7
  • Dowty, Leonard (S)--25-7
  • Draper, Edgar D. (S. Klass)--26-3
  • Drury, Allen--32-5
  • Drury, Michael--16-7, 25-7, 32-5
  • Duncan, Lois (S)--25-7
  • Dunn, William J.--25-7
  • Dutourd, Jean--32-5
  • Edman, Irwin, 1896-1954--32-5
  • Ellis, Carolyn--25-7
  • Ellis, Edward (S)--25-7
  • Ely, David, 1927- (S--T. Bohen)--25-4
  • Engel, Pauline (H. Billman)--25-4
  • Enright, Elizabeth, 1909-1968--25-7, 32-5
  • Erdman, Loula Grace--16-7, 25-7
  • Ernst, Morris Leopold, 1888- --25-7, 32-5
  • Etheridge, Willie Snow (S)--25-7
  • Eunson, Dale, 1904- --25-7, 32-5
  • Fadiman, Clifton, 1904- --25-8, 32-5
  • Fairbank, Janet, 1903-1948 [Janet Ayer Fairbank]--32-3
  • Farnham, Jessica--25-8
  • Farnham, Mateel Howe--32-5
  • Ferber, Edna, 1887-1968--32-5
  • Ferguson, Charles W. (Charles Wright), 1901-1987--25-8
  • Ferril, Helen--25-8
  • Fiegel, Al--25-8
  • Field, Rachel, 1894-1942--32-5
  • Fine, Sylvia Kaye--25-8
  • Fine, William M. (S. Lord)--26-3
  • Finnin, Betty--17-1
  • Fishback, Margaret, 1904-1985 [Antolini, Margaret F.]--25-3
  • Fisher, Graham (S)--25-8
  • Fisher, Heather (S)--25-8
  • Fisher, Shirley (A. Chidester)--25-6
  • Fitz-Gibbon, Bernice--25-8, 32-5
  • Fitzgerald, Pegeen (S)--25-8
  • Fleischmann, Glen H.--25-8
  • Fletcher, Adele Whitely--25-8
  • Florescu, Radu, Dr.--25-8
  • Ford, Corey, 1902-1969 (S)--25-8
  • Ford, Edsel--25-8
  • Foree, Kenneth--25-8
  • Forester, C.S. (Cecil Scott), 1899-1966--32-5
  • Fountain, Leatrice Gilbert (S)--25-8
  • Frankel, Stanley A.--25-8
  • Franken, Rose [Mrs. William Brown Meloney]--25-8
  • Frantz, Joe B.--25-8
  • Friede, Eleanor [Mrs. Donald]--25-8
  • Friend, Llerena Beaufort, 1903--25-8
  • Fulton, Joan (G. Morley)--26-5
  • Gantner, Neilma--26-1
  • Gellhorn, Martha, 1908- --32-6
  • Giller, Jasha--32-6
  • Gilpatric, Madelyn [Mrs. Roswell L.]--26-1
  • Glasgow, Ellen Anderson Gholson, 1873-1945--32-6
  • Godden, Rumer, 1907- --32-6
  • Gordey, Beverly--26-1
  • Gordey, Beverly (Stehlin)--26-6
  • Gordon, Arthur--17-1/2
  • Gordon, Elizabeth--17-1/3, 25-5
  • Gordon, Sidney--26-1
  • Gould, Bruce--26-1
  • Graham, Janet [Maxtone-Graham, Mrs. Patrick Rance]--26-1, 33-1
  • Graves, John--26-1
  • Green, Charles E.--26-1
  • Greene, A. C.--26-1
  • Greene, Bertram--32-6
  • Greene, Stephen, 1918- --26-1
  • Grover, Linda--32-6
  • Guare, John, 1938- --32-6
  • Guinness, Desmond--26-1
  • Guiterman, Arthur, 1871-1943--32-6
  • Haggard, Edith [Mrs. Sewell]--26-2, 32-6
  • Hague, William--26-2
  • Hahn, Emily, 1905- [Emily Boxer]--16-7
  • Hall, Desmond--32-6
  • Hamilburg, Michael S. (J. Braden)--25-5
  • Haneway, Elizabeth--32-6
  • Harman, Jeanne Perkins--26-2
  • Harper, Emanuel E.--17-2
  • Harris, Leon, Jr.--32-6
  • Hart, Moss, 1904-1961--16-7, 32-6
  • Hart, William B.--26-2
  • Hassell, Jennifer--17-3, 26-2
  • Hay, Sara Henderson--32-6
  • Hecht, Rose--32-6
  • Heggie, Peter--16-7
  • Hitchcock, Alfred, 1899- --26-2
  • Hogan, Frank--32-6
  • Holbrook, Walter--32-6
  • Hollingsworth, Robert--26-2
  • Horgan, Paul, 1903- --26-2, 32-6
  • Hudson, Percival--32-6
  • Hunt, Hamlen--26-2
  • Hunt, Hamlen [Winnie Cohen] (S--Wahtera)--27-1
  • Hurst, Fannie, 1889-1968--32-6
  • Hutchinson, R.C. (Ray Coryton), 1907-1975--32-6
  • Jackson, Charles--26-2, 32-6
  • Jacob, Gale Sypher--26-2
  • Jaffe, Rona--32-6
  • Janes, Kelly--16-7
  • Janeway, Elizabeth--16-7, 32-6
  • Jenkins, Will (S--K. Littauer)--26-3
  • Johnson, Lady Bird, 1912- --26-3
  • Johnson, Lynda Bird--26-3
  • Johnson, Margot (B. Mooney)--26-5
  • Johnson, Nunnally, 1897-1977--32-6
  • Jones, Andrew--17-3, 26-3
  • Jones, Jeannie [Mrs. R. W., Jr.]--26-3
  • Jordan, Eileen Herbert--26-3
  • Kahn, Roger (B. Rose)--26-6
  • Kantor, MacKinlay, 1904- (L. Duncan)--25-7
  • Keefe, Tammis--32-7
  • Kennedy, Richard--16-7
  • Kerr, Jean--32-7
  • Kerr, Sophie, b.1880--32-7
  • Keyes, Frances Parkinson, 1885-1970--32-7
  • Kienholz, Cheryl--32-7
  • Kirkus, Virginia--26-3
  • Klass, Sheila Solomon (S)--26-3
  • Klopfer, Donald S.--17-2
  • Knowlton, Perry (Nichols)--26-5
  • Knowlton, Perry (D. Treble)--26-7
  • Kutner, Nannette--26-3
  • Lagemann, John (S)--26-3
  • Lambert, Eleanor--26-3
  • Lane, Marilyn--26-3
  • Lane, Marilyn (M. Wilkinson)--27-2
  • Lasswell, Mary, 1905- [Mary Lubbock]--33-1
  • Laurents, Arthur--33-1
  • Lawrence, Hilda--33-1
  • Lea, Tom, 1907- --26-3
  • Leach, Peter--26-3
  • Lee, Marjorie [Mrs. Robert]--26-3
  • Lee, Sarah [Kate]--26-3
  • Lehrer, James--26-4
  • Leiper, Maria--26-3
  • Lengel, William C.--17-2
  • Lescher, Robert (F. Mugler)--26-5
  • Leslie, Warren (S--P. Beresford)--25-4
  • Lester, Tom M., Jr.--26-3
  • LeSueur, Dorothy [Mrs. Lawrence]--26-3
  • Levenstein, Alan--26-3
  • Levy, Danielle--26-3
  • Levy, Phyllis Sari--17-3
  • Lewis, Naome--17-3
  • Lichtenberger, Arthur--33-1
  • Liebes, Dorothy--33-1
  • Lincoln, Victoria (S)--26-3
  • Lindsay, Kitty [Mrs. Robert Howard]--26-3
  • Lindsey, John--33-1
  • Littauer, Kenneth--17-1, 26-3
  • Littauer, Kenneth (D. Polk)--26-5
  • Littauer, Kenneth (W. Davenport)--25-7
  • Llewellyn, Richard--33-1
  • Long, Daniel J.--26-3
  • Loonam, Eileen [Mrs. John F.]--26-3
  • Lord, Shirley (S)--26-3
  • Lorimer, Graeme--17-1
  • Louchheim, Katie, 1903- --33-1
  • Low, Keegan, Mrs.--26-3
  • Lowe, Violet Richardson--26-3
  • Lowe, Violet Richardson (S)--26-3
  • Luce, Clare Boothe, 1903-1987--33-1
  • Lyons, Ruth--33-1
  • Lyons, Ruth (S--Haggard))--26-2
  • MacDonald, Berta--17-3
  • MacGregor, Franklyn (S)--26-4
  • Macomber, Rosemary (H. Bat-Heim)--25-4
  • Maguire, Virginia--26-4
  • Mahr, David--26-4
  • Malakis, Jacques--17-2
  • Mandelbaum, Nathan--33-1
  • Manhattan, Avro (S--Gordon)--26-1
  • Manning, Frances--26-4
  • March, William, 1893-1954--33-1
  • Marek, George Richard, 1902- --33-1
  • Marek, Margot--33-1
  • Marek, Richard (Mosedale)--26-4
  • Markel, Lester, 1894- --17-1
  • Marker, Mary M. [Mrs. Tom]--26-4
  • Marks, Joseph--17-2
  • Marks, Marcia B.--17-3
  • Marquand, John P. (John Phillips), 1893-1960--33-1
  • Mary Alice, Sister--26-4
  • Mary Pius, Sister--26-4
  • Matson, Harold--17-1
  • Matson, Harold (C. Brown)--25-5
  • Matson, Peter H. (L. Banks)--25-4
  • Matson, Peter H. (J. Lehrer)--26-3
  • Matson, Peter H. (M. Piercy)--26-5
  • Mauran, Grace Amundson [Mrs. William]--25-3, 26-4
  • Maxwell, Allen--26-4
  • Mayes, Herbert R. (Herbert Raymond), 1900-1987--26-4
  • McCaffery, John K. M.--33-1
  • McCarthy, Joe--33-1
  • McCormick, Anne H.--26-4
  • McCormick, Ken--16-7
  • McCormick, Ken (A. Morgan, R. Moses)--26-4
  • McDonald, David J.--26-4
  • McGinley, Phyllis, 1905- --33-1
  • McKee, Frankie--17-1
  • McLendon, Gordon B.--26-4
  • McNamara, Marian (L. Baldridge)--25-4
  • McNamara, Marian (A. Watkins)--27-1
  • McPherrin, John W. (L. Werble)--27-1
  • McSherry, Elizabeth--26-4
  • Meehan, Jeannette Porter--26-4
  • Meehan, Joseph A.--26-4
  • Meier, Minta--26-4
  • Menges, Roger G.--17-2
  • Meredith, Scott (G. Bolton)--25-4
  • Mergendahl, Charles, 1919- --17-2
  • Merman, Ethel, 1909- --33-1
  • Metzger, Evelyn--26-4
  • Metzger, Evelyn (B. Beale)--25-4
  • Metzger, Evelyn (Williams)--27-2
  • Meyer, Lewis, 1913- --26-4
  • Michailovsky, Burnett, Dr.--33-2
  • Miller, Harry (S)--26-5
  • Miller, Merle--26-5
  • Mitchell, Margaret, 1900-1949--33-2
  • Mooney, Betty (S)--26-5
  • Moore, Colleen, 1902- --33-2
  • Moore, Marie D.--17-1/2/3
  • Morgan, Al, 1920-. (S)--26-4
  • Morley, Christopher, 1890-1957--33-2
  • Morley, Granny (S)--26-5
  • Morrison, Henry (B. Brodsky)--25-5
  • Morrison, Henry (D. Westlake)--27-1
  • Moses, Robert (S)--26-4
  • Mossiker, Frances [Mrs. J.]--26-5
  • Moyer, Florence M.--26-5
  • Mugler, Frederick, Jr. (S)--26-5
  • Mullane, Irene--26-5
  • Nash, Ogden, 1902-1971--26-5, 33-2
  • Nichols, Luther (J. Winters)--27-2
  • Nichols, Wade H.--17-3
  • Noble, Barbara (R. Brooke, S. Brooke)--25-5
  • Norcross, Carl--17-1
  • O'Connell, Jack J.--17-3, 26-5
  • Odell, Eliott D.--26-5
  • Oftedal, Johanna--17-2
  • Olding, Dorothy--26-5, 33-2
  • Olding, Dorothy (V. Lincoln)--26-3
  • Olsted, Nelson--33-2
  • Oppenheimer, Evelyn, 1907- --26-5
  • Oppenheimer, Evelyn, 1907- (H. Bassett)--25-4
  • Orner, Faustina (R. Welty)--27-1
  • Otis, Elizabeth (E. Beffel, W. Bernard)--25-4
  • Otis, Elizabeth (J. Brimer, A. Brody, W. Bruckner)--25-5
  • Otto, Annie Salem--26-5
  • Owens, William, Dr.--26-5
  • Pahlmann, William (H. Daley)--25-7
  • Partridge, Basil--26-5
  • Patanñe, Eufemio (S)--26-5
  • Patterson, Mary King--17-2, 26-5
  • Patterson, Pearl L.--17-1, 26-5
  • Peattie, Donald Culross, 1898-1964--33-2
  • Penney, J. C. (James Cash), 1875-1971--33-2
  • Perkins, Jim (C. Ford)--25-8
  • Peterkiewicz, Jerzy, 1916- (S--B. Berger)--25-4
  • Peterson, Virgilia--16-7
  • Phelps, K. C.--26-5
  • Phillips, James Atlee--26-5
  • Phillips, Mary [Mrs. Lynn]--26-5
  • Pierce, Noel--26-5
  • Piercy, Marge (S)--26-5
  • Polan, Barron (J. Brookes)--25-5
  • Polk, Duvan (S)--26-5
  • Porterfield, Bill--26-5
  • Post, Marjorie Merriweather (S)--26-5
  • Post, Mary Brinker--33-2
  • Powers, J. F.--26-5
  • Preston, A. G.--26-5
  • Prosser, Esther (D. Walker)--27-1
  • Raines, Theron (J. Alexander)--25-3
  • Ranson, Waldo W. (M. Bean)--25-4
  • Retan, Walter--17-3
  • Reynolds, Paul Revere, 1904- --17-1, 26-5
  • Rhoads, Geraldine--17-3
  • Roberts, Bill--26-7
  • Roberts, Ellin K.--16-7, 26-6
  • Robsjohn-Gibbings, T. H.--26-6, 26-6
  • Rogers, Josephine (J. Whitney)--27-2
  • Rogers, Will (M. Broadley)--25-5
  • Rogers, Willie Mae--25-4, 26-6, 33-2
  • Roosevelt, Grace S. [Mrs. Archibald B.]--26-6
  • Rose, Billy (S)--26-6
  • Rose, Elinor K.--26-6
  • Rose, Stuart, 1911- --26-6
  • Ross, Ishbel, 1897- --33-2
  • Ross, Nancy Wilson, 1901-1986--26-6, 33-2
  • Rothberg, Abraham--26-6
  • Roulston, Marjorie Hillis--16-7
  • Rouse, Blair, 1912- --26-6
  • Safier, Gloria--26-6
  • Sage, Jean--33-3
  • Samuels, Charles--16-7
  • Sansom, William, 1912- --33-3
  • Savarese, Julia--26-6
  • Sayre, Joel, 1900- --26-6
  • Schaffner, John (M. Bacon)--25-4
  • Schaffner, John (M. Welch)--27-1
  • Schmitt, Gladys [Mrs. Simon Goldfield]--26-6, 33-3
  • Schroeder, Henry A.--26-6
  • Schwartz, Jonathan--26-6
  • Sharp, Margery, 1905- --33-3
  • Shearer, Marva--26-6
  • Shedd, Margaret--33-3
  • Sheppard, Eugenia (S)--26-6
  • Sherfesee, Forsyte--33-3
  • Sherman, Richard--33-3
  • Shinichi--33-3
  • Shirer, William L. (William Lawrence), 1904- --16-7
  • Shuman, Vicky [Mrs. James B.]--26-6
  • Sidney, Neilma--33-3
  • Simenon, Georges, 1903- --33-3
  • Simon, Richard L.--17-1
  • Slater, Leonard--26-6
  • Sloane, William--25-6
  • Smith, Beaulah Fenderson--26-6
  • Smith, Betty, 1904- --33-3
  • Smith, Corlies M.--17-3
  • Smith, Frank Leon--33-3
  • Smith, Harrison--33-3
  • Smith, Lillian Eugenia, 1897-1966--33-3
  • Smith, Liz--26-6
  • Smith, Robert Paul--26-6, 33-3
  • Smith, T. V.--26-6
  • Snow, Carmel --17-2
  • Snyder, E. S., Mrs.--26-6
  • Spectorsky, A. C.--17-3
  • St. Johns, Adela Rogers--32-6
  • Stanton, Joan--17-1
  • Stark, Ray--17-2
  • Start, Clarissa [Clarissa Davidson, Mrs. E. G.]--25-7
  • Stevens, Shane--26-6
  • Stewart, Ned (S)--26-6
  • Stewart, Rhea Talley--26-6
  • Stinnett, Caskie--26-6
  • Stipe, Martha--17-1
  • Stockdale, Alice Boyd--33-3
  • Stone, Edward Durrell--33-3
  • Stone, Maria--33-3
  • Stout, Rex, 1886-1975--16-7, 33-3
  • Straus, Roger Williams, 1917---17-2
  • Street, James, 1924- --17-3
  • Strode, Hudson, 1892-1976--26-6
  • Struther, Jan, 1901-1953--33-3
  • Stuart, Jesse, 1907- --33-3
  • Sullivan, Frank, 1892-1976--33-3
  • Swan, Oliver G. (J. Bickham, S. Klass)--25-4, 26-3
  • Swanson, H. N.--17-1
  • Swanson, H. N. (M. Williams)--27-2
  • Swinnerton, Frank, 1884- --33-3
  • Tarbell, Ida M. (Ida Minerva), 1857-1944--33-4
  • Tate, Marilyn--26-7
  • Taylor, Robert Lewis--26-7
  • Ten Eyck, Mills, Jr.--16-7
  • Terrill, Rogers--26-7
  • Thompson, Dorothy, 1894-1961--33-4
  • Thompson, Eugene (S)--26-7
  • Thorne, Alice--17-2
  • Tighe, Eileen (S)--26-7
  • Tingue, Maude--17-3
  • Torrey, Alice Ellenor Herndon, d. 1977--17-3
  • Towne, Charles Hanson, 1877-1949--33-4
  • Trahey, Jane--26-7, 33-4
  • Travers, P. L. (Pamela L.), 1906- --33-4
  • Treble, Don (S)--26-7
  • Trigere, Pauline--33-4
  • Turnbull, Agnes Sligh, 1888- --33-4
  • Valenti, Jack--26-7
  • van Loon, Hendrik Willem, 1882-1944--33-1
  • Vaughan, Samuel S.--17-3, 26-7
  • Vaughan, Samuel S. (E. Sheppard)--26-6
  • Vidor, King, 1894-1982--26-7, 32-7
  • Volkening, Henry--33-4
  • Volkening, Henry (P. Boles)--25-4
  • Volkening, Henry (V. Lowe)--26-3
  • Wahtera, John--27-1
  • Walden, William--27-1
  • Walker, David (S)--27-1
  • Walker, Dick (E. Tighe)--26-7
  • Walker, Robert--27-1
  • Wallace, Lois [Mrs. Tom] (J. Barnes)--25-4
  • Wallace, Lois (N. Stewart)--26-6
  • Wallace, Mary--27-1
  • Wallace, Mike, 1918- --33-4
  • Walsh, Joan (S)--27-1
  • Walsh, Paul (S)--27-1
  • Wang, Arthur W.--27-1
  • Wanger, Etta (S)--27-1
  • Ward, Dewey (S)--27-1
  • Ward, Ernest J.--27-1
  • Ward, Lyla [Mrs. Russell]--27-1
  • Ware, Harlan--27-1, 33-4
  • Warfield, Rebecca--27-1
  • Warren, Vail G. [Mrs. Tulley E.]--27-1
  • Watkins, Ann--27-1
  • Watkins, Armitage (E. Cohen)--25-6
  • Watt, Peter--17-1
  • Wayne, Maisie Wylie [Mrs. Nororbert A.]--27-1
  • Webb, Barbara--27-1
  • Webb, Walter Prescott, Mrs.--27-1
  • Weed, Florence Collins [Mrs. Arthur]--27-1
  • Weidenfeld, George--27-1
  • Weidman, Jerome, 1913- --16-7
  • Weiner, Joyce--27-1
  • Weinstock, Herbert--27-1
  • Weir, Walter--27-1, 33-4
  • Weiss, E. B.--27-1
  • Weiss, Nancy--17-3
  • Welch, June Rayfield, 1927- --27-1
  • Welch, Mary Scott (S)--27-1
  • Wells, Evelyn--33-4
  • Welty, Eudora, 1909- --33-4
  • Welty, Ruth (S)--27-1
  • Werble, Lorna (S)--27-1
  • Westcott, Glenway--33-4
  • Westheimer, David--27-1
  • Westlake, Donald E. (S)--27-1
  • Weston, Betty (K. Amory)--25-3
  • Weston, Marybeth--27-1
  • Wheatly, Rosalie S. [Rustee]--27-2
  • Whipple, Hollis Letts [Mrs. Jay N.]--27-2
  • Whitcomb, Jon--33-4
  • White, Anne Cantrell--27-2
  • White, Jack Palmer--27-2, 33-4
  • White, James M.--27-2
  • White, Victor F.--27-2
  • Whitlock, Mary--27-2
  • Whitney, Janet (S)--27-2
  • Whittington, Jovita--27-2
  • Wilke, L. A.--27-2
  • Wilkinson, Mary Louise (S)--27-2
  • Williams, Elizabeth--27-2
  • Williams, Elva--27-2
  • Williams, Galen--27-2
  • Williams, J. W.--27-2
  • Williams, Jim--27-2
  • Williams, Mona (S)--27-2
  • Williamson, Daniel C.--27-2
  • Willis, Jeannie--27-2
  • Wing, Frances S. [Mrs. C. S., Jr.]--27-2
  • Winslow, Horatio (S)--27-2
  • Winslow, Thyra Samter, 1893- --33-4
  • Winston, Martha--27-2
  • Winston, Martha (L. Dowty)--25-7
  • Winston, Martha (P. Walsh)--27-1
  • Winters, Jonathan (S)--27-2
  • Wolf, Carolyn--17-2
  • Wolfe, Tom--27-2
  • Wolff, Paul F.--27-2
  • Woodward, Llyan E.--27-2
  • Woolfolk, Arthur R.--27-2
  • Worcester, Gurdon Saltonstall, 1897- --27-2
  • Wormley, Edward--33-4
  • Wouk, Herman, 1915- --16-7
  • Wright, Jacqueline--27-2
  • Wright, Joseph C.--27-2
  • Wynn, Wilton (S)--27-2
  • Yorke, Susan (A. Watkins)--27-1
  • Young, Genevieve--17-3
  • Yuasa, Eiko--27-2
  • Zolotow, Maurice, 1913- --27-2

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