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Descriptive Summary

Biographical Sketch

Scope and Contents

Restrictions

Index Terms

Related Material

Administrative Information

Sources

Description of Series

Series I. Works, 1913-1965

Series II. Correspondence, 1908-1965

Series III. Personal Papers, 1895-1964

Series IV. Works by other Authors, 1920-1964

Index

Index

Index

Index

University of Texas, Harry Ransom Humanities Research Center

Nancy Cunard:

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



Descriptive Summary

Creator: Cunard, Nancy, 1896-1965
Title: Nancy Cunard Collection
Dates: 1895-1965
Abstract: The papers of British poet and publisher Nancy Cunard contain drafts of many of her novels, articles, and poems, extensive correspondence, diaries, scrapbooks, and manuscripts written by friends and associates. Particularly well represented are her G.M.: Memories of George Moore and Negro: An Anthology.
RLIN Record #: TXRC99-A11
Extent: 35 boxes (14.58 linear feet), 2 oversize files
Language English.
Repository: Harry Ransom Humanities Research Center, University of Texas at Austin

Biographical Sketch

Born in 1896, Nancy Clara Cunard was the only child of the middle aged English baronet Sir Bache Cunard and his young American wife Maud Alice Burke. Though raised largely by servants and governesses, Nancy was not excluded when her mother, filling her role as a society hostess, filled the house with the most prominent writers, artists, musicians, and politicians of the day. A special friend of her mother, George Moore, took a particular interest in Nancy, encouraging her education and interest in literature and poetry.

When Nancy was fourteen, her mother left Sir Bache, and taking Nancy, established a separate residence in London. Nancy attended private schools in London, Germany, and Paris, where she became friends with Iris Tree, Dianna Manners, Osbert Sitwell, Augustus John, and Ezra Pound. In 1914, referring to themselves as the “Corrupt Coterie,” the group spent evenings in Parisian cafes discussing politics and poetry rather than attending to the coventional social milieu. About this time Nancy also began writing poetry, and though not an exceptional poet, published several poems in 1915 and 1916.

In 1916, Nancy had returned to London from school and became engaged to Sydney Fairbairn, much to the surprise of her family and friends. Fairbairn, while a socially acceptable young man, was very conventional, especially when compared to Nancy's usual choice of companions. The marriage ended in a formal separation after about 20 months, though the divorce was not final until 1925.

In 1920 Cunard moved to Paris where she became associated with the Dada and Modernist movements, and though she never formally joined, the Communist party. It is generally agreed that at this point in her life Cunard developed a strong dependence on alcohol and she may have experimented with other drugs. She also published her first volumes of poetry, starting with Outlaws in 1921, followed by Sublunary (1923), and Parallax (1925).

1927 found Cunard moving into an old farmhouse in Reanville, outside Paris, and setting up the Hours Press. Here she printed works by new and established writers, including Ezra Pound, Norman Douglas, Laura Riding, and Samuel Beckett. In 1928 Cunard met and became involved with Henry Crowder, a black American jazz musician playing with a band in a local night club. Through Crowder, Cunard became aware of the American civil rights movement. Over the next several years Cunard worked on a volume which was meant to create a record of the history of blacks in America. She solicited contributions for the volume from black and white artists in America and Europe and in 1934 to moderate fanfare and some controversy, Negro was published at her own expense.

Cunard took a strong interest in other civil rights issues for the rest of her life. She was a free-lance correspondent in Spain during the Spanish Civil War and then agitated for better treatment for the Spanish refugees in France after Franco's forces had prevailed. She traveled widely in South America, the Caribbean, and Tunisia, writing about the effects of colonialism as she went, and she frequently raised the issue of the color bar in her home country of England.

After World War II, Cunard traveled extensively and almost constantly. Her farmhouse in Reanville had been looted and vandalized during the Occupation and, because much of the damage had been done by locals, she did not feel able to return. She wrote memoirs of Norman Douglas and George Moore which were well received, and visited her friends. Deteriorating health, both physical and mental, caused her to alienate even her oldest and closest friends so that she died alone in a Parisian charity hospital in 1965.

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Scope and Contents

Holograph and typescript works, personal papers, and incoming correspondence make up the bulk of the Nancy Cunard Collection, 1895-1965 (bulk 1908-1965), supplemented by correspondence from Cunard and poems and essays by her friends and acquaintances. The collection is organized into four series with materials arranged alphabetically by title or author and chronologically where possible: I. Works, 1913-1965 (9 boxes); II. Correspondence, 1908-1965 (11.5 boxes); Personal Papers, 1895-1964 (bulk 1909-1964) (8.5 boxes); and IV. Works by other Authors, 1920-1964 (15 boxes). This collection was previously accessible through a card catalog, but has been re-cataloged as part of a retrospective conversion project.

The Works Series is composed of holograph and typescript drafts and final versions of books, articles, and poems written by Cunard over the course of her life. Of particular note are groupings of articles written for various news organizations, and research notes and drafts of her memoir of Norman Douglas, Grand Man. Individual titles are indexed in the Index of Works at the end of this guide.

The Correspondence Series contains letters to and from Nancy Cunard and her friends and acquaintances and between people associated with Cunard. Many of the letters are personal, but some have to do with the Hours Press, the creation and publication of Negro: An Anthology, and other legal and financial matters. All correspondents can be identified using the Index of Correspondents at the end of this guide.

The Personal Papers Series contains financial documents, medical records, address books, diaries, and scrapbooks, as well as a variety of lists and notes regarding Cunard's travels and causes, including the Scottsboro Case.

The Works by other Authors Series is composed of holograph and typescript poems, essays, and books drafted by friends, admirers, aspiring writers, and customers of Hours Press. Titles are indexed in the Index of Works by Other Authors at the end of this guide.

Elsewhere in the Ransom Center are 30 Vertical Files of newspaper clippings of press releases and printed articles by Cunard as well as a few personal items. Also present are more than 1500 photographs of Cunard, her friends, and landscapes located in the Literary Files of the Photography Collection. A number of copper printing blocks from the Hours Press and a few medical x-rays of Cunard are also located in this collection, along with 23 photo albums.

73 drawings, paintings, and photographs of and related to Cunard and including work by John Banting, Augustus John, Wyndham Lewis, and Harry Bright are located in the Art Collection. Subjects of the portraits include Cunard, Norman Douglas, George Moore, and Abraham Lincoln, as well as landscape and abstract drawings.

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Restrictions

Access

Open for research

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Index Terms

Correspondents
Ackland, Valentine.
Aparicio, Antonio.
Aragon, Louis, 1897- .
Balaye, Geraldine.
Beckett, Samuel, 1906- .
Benkovitz, Miriam J.
Douglas, Norman, 1868-1952.
Duff, Charles.
Ford, Hugh D., 1925- .
Gilbert, Morris, 1894- .
Hart-Davis, Rupert, 1907- .
Jameson, Storm, 1897- .
Lowenfels, Walter, 1897-1976.
MacPherson, Kenneth, 1903?-1971.
Moore, George, 1852-1933.
Morgan, Louise, d. 1964.
Pound, Ezra, 1885-1972.
Rathbone, Irene, 1892-1980.
Robinson, Clyde.
Roma, Juan-Miguel.
Senhouse, Roger.
Solano, Solita.
Spender, Stephen, 1909- .
Thorne, Anthony.
Warner, Sylvia Townsend, 1893- .
Woolf, Cecil.
Subjects
Afro-Americans--Arts.
Authors--20th century.
Blacks--History.
Places
Spain--Civil war--1936-1939.
Document Types
Commonplace books.
Diaries.
Postcards.
Scrapbooks.

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Related Material

Other materials associated with Cunard may be found in the following collections at the Ransom Center:

  • Armstrong, Terence Ian Fytton
  • Church, Richard
  • Contempo
  • Fitzgibbon, Constantine
  • Grieve, Christopher Murray
  • Hutchinson, Mary
  • Lehmann, John
  • Lindsay, Philip
  • Lowndes, Marie Adelaide
  • Nehls, Edward
  • Palmer, Herbert Edward
  • Patmore, Derek
  • PEN
  • Pound, Ezra Loomis
  • Tomlinson, Henry Major
  • Trewin, J.C.
  • Waugh, Alec

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Administrative Information

Acquisition

Purchases, 1969-1977 (R3520, R5001, R5180, R5122, R5193, R5291, R7049, R7622)

Processed by

Chelsea Jones, 1999

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Sources

Blain, Virginia, Isobel Grundy, & Patricia Clements, editors. The Feminist Companion to Literature in English. (Connecticut: Yale University Press, 1990).

Chisholm, Anne. Nancy Cunard: A Biography. (New York: Alfred Knopf, 1979).

Schlueter, Paul & June Schlueer, editors. An Encyclopedia of British Women Writers (New York: Garland Publishing, Inc., 1988).

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Series Descriptions

 

Series I. Works, 1913-1965
(9 boxes)

The Works Series includes manuscript material, including holograph and typescript drafts, for all of Cunard's books. Particularly well represented are G.M.: Memories of George Moore and Negro: An Anthology, as well as the beginnings of an epic on Spain and an unfinished work on Ivories of Ancient Africa. Cunard's journalistic efforts are also generously represented by articles written about the Spanish Revolution, racism in America, life in colonial Barbados, and politics in France. A small amount of original poetry by Cunard is also present, including what is thought to have been her first conscious effort at poetry, titled “The First Sonnet.” The Series is arranged in one alphabetical sequence regardless of genre.
box folder
1 1 Untitled articles, plays, and poems
2 Untitled book on Spain, typescript, 1957,
123pp
3 A
Articles written for news organizations
box folder
1 4 Associated Negro Press, 1939-1954,
136pp
5 Barbados Observer, 1941,
23pp
6 Ethiopian News and New Times, 1938 and 1943,
46pp
7 Our Time, 1941-1946,
32pp
8 Articles written while traveling in Spain, 1939,
125pp
9 B
10 C
box folder
2 1-2 Collections de Maitres Painters: Prefaces, typescripts, French and English, 1946-1949,
214pp
3 Crashing Ellis Island, holograph and typescripts, 1941-1954,
23pp
4 D
5 Decade of Exile; the Intellect of Spain Is Today in Other Lands, typescripts, 1949,
38pp
6 E
7 Epic on Spain, holograph and typescripts, 1937-1964,
163pp
8 F-G
G.M.; Memories of George Moore
box folder
2 9-10 Research notes, holograph and typescript, ca. 1954,
546pp
box folder
3 1-2 Typescripts with author corrections and printer's notes, 1955,
146pp
3-4 Proof copies, 1956,
500pp
Grand Man: Memories of Norman Douglas
box folder
3 5 Front matter and dedication, typescripts, 1954
6 Notes, holograph and typescript,
59pp
7 Typescripts, 1952-53,
100pp
8 Page proofs with author edits and tipped in pages, 1954,
334pp
box folder
4 1-4 Part I, typescripts with author emendations, 1952-53,
310pp
5 Part II, typescripts with author emendations,
158pp
6 Parts II-V, typescripts with author emendations, 1952-53,
235pp
Parts III-IV
box folder
4 7 Composite holograph and typescript, includes original letters and essays by contributors, 1953,
37pp
8 Typescript with author corrections, 1952-53,
33pp
9 Part V, typescript with author corrections,
43pp
10-11 Quotations from and reviews of Douglas's books, typescripts, 1952-53,
158pp
box folder
5 1 H
How Long?
box folder
5 2-3 Holograph notes and typescripts,
193pp
4 Part I, typescript screenplay with author corrections, 1934-35,
45pp
5 I
Ivories of Ancient Africa
box folder
5 6-7 Notes, holograph and typescript in several notebooks and loose pages,
693pp
box folder
6 1 Notes continued
Map of Africa (removed to Oversize File 1)
box folder
6 2 Source materials
3 J-K
4 L
5 Ma-Me
6-7 Mexican Perspective, holograph and typescript notes, 1947,
276pp
8 Mf-Mz
box folder
7 1 N
2 Negro, notes and source materials, typescripts with corrections, map, and drawings, 1932-1934
3 Nineteen Poems, typescript with author corrections, 1944,
38pp
4 Nous gens d'Espagne: Poems, typescript with author corrections, 1945-49,
24pp
5 O
6 P-Q
7 Parallax, typescript with author corrections, nd,
26pp
8 Poems for France, holograph and typescripts, 1944,
190pp
box folder
8 1 Poèmes pour la France, holograph and typescripts, 1945,
62pp
2 Poemas, Poèmes, Poems, holograph and typescript, 1958,
57pp
3 Poems translated by Cunard, typescripts, 1937-1951,
33pp
4 Poems written while traveling, holograph in notebooks, 1960-1964,
200pp
5 Published poems, typescripts, 1914-1944
6 R
7 S
8 Scottsboro and other Scottsboros, typescripts with author corrections, nd,
73pp
9 Scrapbook of published articles, annotated by author, printed materials in ledger, 1941-1943,
37pp
10 Sonnet en Cinq Langues, with notes in English, typescripts, nd,
12pp
box folder
9 1 Sublunary, typescripts and fragments with author corrections, 1923,
87pp
2 T
3 Take Us Out of Hell, typescripts, 1939,
21pp
4 These Were the Hours: Such Were the Hours, typescripts with author corrections, 1959,
147pp
5 La Tragedia de Francia vista par Españoles, holograph revised by Jose Vasquez Amoral, 1940,
17pp
6 Tunisia: Land of Hunger and Hope, typescripts with author corrections, 1938,
14pp
7 U-Z
8-9 Visions I-II, holograph, typescripts, and fragments, 1964-65,
147pp
10 The White Man's Duty, typescripts with author corrections, 1942,
52pp

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Series II. Correspondence, 1908-1965
(11.5 boxes)

The Correspondence Series is organized into three subseries: Subseries A. Outgoing Correspondence, 1931-1965 (1 box); Subseries B. Incoming Correspondence, 1909-1965 (9.5 boxes); and Subseries C. Third-party Correspondence, 1908-1965 (.5 box).
The small Outgoing Correspondence Subseries largely comprises personal letters from Cunard to friends, as well as a few business letters. Of particular note are her letters to John Davenport, Jean Lambert, and Clyde Robinson.
In contrast, the Incoming Correspondence Subseries provides a broad spectrum of letters written to Cunard. Ranging from personal to business correspondence, there are examples of hate mail received from Americans outraged at her open relationship with a black man and letters of congratulation on the publication of her various books. Of particular note among Cunard's correspondents are Valentine Ackland, Géraldine Balayé, John Banting, Morris Gilbert, Rupert Hart-Davis, Langston Hughes, Irene Rathbone, Otto Theis, Sylvia Warner, as well as others. A section of this Subseries is devoted to groupings of letters Cunard created around various subjects, including letters of comment on Negro, Poems for France, and responses to a series of questionnaires she sent out about the Spanish Civil War. A list of the correspondents included in these groupings is included after the Index of Correspondence at the end of this finding aid.
Third-party Correspondence provides a few letters between people associated with Cunard, and are generally about Cunard or her work. An exception to this are the chatty letters from George Moore to Cunard's mother, Lady Maud Cunard.
Subseries A. Outgoing Correspondence, 1931-1965
box folder
10 1 Unidentified authors; A-C
2 D-G
3 Davenport, John, 1949-1956
4 H-M
5 Lambert, Jean, 1955-1959
6 N-Z
7-8 Robinson, Clyde, 1958-1964
Subseries B. Incoming Correspondence, 1909-1965
box folder
11 1 Unidentified authors
2 Unidentified authors, postcards
3 A
4-5 Ackland, Valentine, 1943-1964
6 Acton, Harold, 1931-1963
7 Aparicio, Antonio, 1950-1964
box folder
12 1 B-Bl
2 Balayé, Géraldine, 1949-1964
3 Banting, John, 1934-1950
4 Benkovitz, Miriam J., 1954-1965
5 Bircham and Co., 1962-1964
6 Bm-Bz
7 Bouchox, Gaston, 1951-1961
8 Boyle, Kay, 1947-1963
9 Burkhart, Charles, 1950-1959
box folder
13 1 C-Col
2 Com-Cz
3 Crotch, Martha H., 1952-1956
4 Cullen, John, 1951-1953
5 D
6 Demětre, Jacques, 1959
7 Douglas, Norman, 1936-1951
8 Duff, Charles, 1943-1964
box folder
14 1 E
2 Education Missionary Society, Nigeria, 1960-1961
3 F
4 Flanner, Janet, 1952-1964
5 Ford, Hugh Douglas, 1961-1965
6 France, official agencies, 1939-1962
7 G
8-9 Gilbert, Morris, 1944-1957
box folder
15 1 Gilbert, Morris, (cont.)
2 Goasqüen, Georgette, 1940-1960
3 Goded, Angel, 1950-1961
4 Great Britain, official agencies, 1943-1961
5 Green, Nan, 1963-1964
6 Guerin, Jean, 1954-1964
7 Guiness, Mahon Executor Trustee Co., Ltd., 1951-1952
8 H-Hn
9 Hart-Davis, Rupert, 1954-1964
10 Ho-Hz
11 Hughes, Langston, 1931-1963
box folder
16 1 I-K
2 Jameson, Storm, 1933-1959
Jeffress, Arthur, 1955
(removed to oversize folder 2)
box folder
16 3 Johnson, Arthur, 1952-1953
4 L
5 Liverpool Public Museum, 1953-1964
6 Low, David, 1954-1956
7 Lowenfels, Walter, 1954-1963
8 M
9 MacPherson, Kenneth, 1941-1958
box folder
17 1 McKay, Claude, 1931-1933
2 Michelet, Raymond, 1945-1959
3 Moore, George, 1931
4 Morgan, Louise, 1932-1964
5 N
6 National Provincial Bank Limited, 1945-1961
7 Nevill, Geraldine, 1956-1959
8 O
9 Ozanne, Marie, 1939-1959
10 P
11 Q
12 R
box folder
18 1-2 Rathbone, Irene, 1943-1964
3-5 Robinson, Clyde, 1958-1964
6 Roma, Juan Miguel, 1945-1964
7 S-Se
box folder
19 1 Senhouse, Roger, 1943-1962
2 Sf-So
3 Solano, Solita, 1941-1964
4 Sp-Sz
5 Strachan, Walter J., 1944-1965
6 T-To
7 Theis, Otto, 1932-1964
8 Thompson, Edward, 1943-1945
9-10 Thorne, Anthony, 1950-1964
box folder
20 1 Tp-Tz
2 U-V
3 W-Z
4-5 Warner, Sylvia, 1943-1964
6-7 Woolf, Cecil, 1951-1956
Letters regarding
box folder
20 8 Hate mail from the United States, 1932
9 Grand Man, 1954-1955
10 Negro: An Anthology, 1934
box folder
21 1 Nous Gens D'Espagne, 1950
2 Poems for France, 1944
3 Questionnaire on the Spanish war and poems about Spain, 1937
Subseries C. Third-party Correspondence, 1908-1965
box folder
21 4 A-Z

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Series III. Personal Papers, 1895-1964
(8.5 boxes)

The Personal Papers series is composed of documents that Cunard had some part in creating but which are not considered creative works. They are organized into four subseries based on the type of material present: Subseries A. Legal and Medical Documents, 1936-1956 (.5 box); Subseries B. Address and Guest Books, 1895-1956 (.5 box); Subseries C. Commonplace Books, Diaries, and Scrapbooks 1909-1959 (6 boxes); and Subseries D. Lists and Notes, 1911-1958 (2 boxes).
The Legal and Medical Documents Subseries contains memoranda of agreement, passports and registration papers, check stubs, income and property records, and medical records. Additional medical materials, in the form of x-rays of Cunard, can be found in the Literary Files of the Photography Collection.
The Address and Guest Book Subseries contains a variety of address books as well as guest books from both Cunard's parent's estate, Nevill Holt, and one of her own homes in France. The Commonplace Books, Diaries, and Scrapbooks Subseries contains a variety of journals and notebooks with favorite poems copied out of books or papers, records of daily activities, and home-made scrapbooks with photographs, newspaper clippings, theater programs, letters, book reviews, and other items.
The Lists and Notes Subseries is composed of notebooks and loose pages with ideas and notes jotted on them, in addition to organized groups of notes on various topics, particularly the Scottsboro arrest case. Additionally there are a large number of travel notes taken by Cunard in Italy, Mallorca, Spain, the West Indies, and other locales.
Subseries A. Legal and Medical Documents, 1936-1956
Financial Papers
box folder
21 5 Check stubs, 1951-1964
6 Various income and property records, 1933-1954
Legal Documents
box folder
21 7 Memoranda of agreement, 1939-1956
8 Passports and registration papers, 1936-1951
9 Medical Records
Subseries B. Address and Guest Books, 1895-1956
box folder
21 10-11 Address books, 5 notebooks, 1955-1956
Visitor books
box folder
22 1 Nevill Holt, Cunard family estate, England, 1895-1914
2 Peyreouro, Lamothe Fénelon, France, 1952
Subseries C. Commonplace Books, Diaries, and Scrapbooks, 1909-1959
Commonplace books
box folder
22 3 Holograph and typescript, nd,
85pp
4 Poems that are fine, typescript in blue book, 1942,
18pp
5 Poetry copied from various sources, nd,
59pp
Diaries
box folder
22 6 1909
7 1910
1919
box folder
22 8 April-June
box folder
23 1 June-August
2 August-December
3 1941
4 1948
5 1954
6 1955
7 Pencil drawing, 1955
box
24-25 23 journals, 1910-1911; 1942-1944; 1946; 1948-1950; 1952-1959
Scrapbooks
box folder
26 1 1913-1921
2 1919-1929
3 1921-1927
box folder
27 1 Cosas de España, newspaper clippings, photographs and letters, 1936-1946
* Hours Press, specimen pages, proofs, circulars, newspaper reviews, and photographs, nd (* removed to oversize bound volumes)
2 Reviews of G.M.: Memories of George Moore newspaper clippings, photographs, and letters of appreciation, 1956
3 Reviews of Grand Man, newspaper clippings, photographs, and letters of appreciation, 1954
4 “Slavery and Abolition,” newspaper clippings and photographs, 1951
5 Trinidad, Tobago, Grenada, and Barbados, newspaper clippings, photographs, and letters, Nov. 1940
6 Trinidad, newspaper clippings, photographs, and letters, 1940
Subseries D. Lists and Notes, 1911-1958
box folder
28 1 Doodle-bug book, holograph notes on the invasion, 1944,
28pp
2 Indices and lists of various subjects, 1935-1958
3 Music notes, nd,
9pp
4 Notes on various topics, nd,
85pp
5 School notebooks, holograph notes in two notebooks, 1911-1913,
159pp
6 Scottsboro appeal and petition with signatures, 1933,
311pp
Travel notes
box folder
28 7 General notes, 1946-1956,
98pp
box folder
29 1 Italy, holograph and typescript notes in 7 notebooks and on loose leaf pages, 1952-1953,
486pp
2 Mallorca and Menorca, holograph and typescript notes, 1958,
132pp
3-4 Spain, holograph and typescript notes, 1956-1957,
526pp
5 Photo-notes on Talayots of Sa Canova and “El Romantico,” holograph in notebook with photographs, 1958,
10pp
box folder
30 1 The West Indies, holograph and typescript notes, 1940,
266pp

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Series IV. Works by other Authors, 1920-1964
(15 boxes)

The Works by other Authors Series, arranged alphabetically by author, contains holograph and typescript drafts of Antonio Aparicio's Los Hombres de Piedrabirena, Louis Aragon's Le défence de l'Infini, Andrés Cañaberal's Manuel y el Pirulin cuento pera Mayores and Tristes Palabras:Introduction, Henry Crowder's memoir As Wonderful as That?, Ramon del Valle-Inclán's Blood-Bond, and many others.
box folder
30 2 Unidentified Authors
3 A-B
4 Ackland, Valentine
Aparicio, Antonio
box folder
30 5 A-Z
6 Los Hombres de Piedrabuena: The Men of Piedrabuena: Act I, typescripts with author corrections, 1950
Aragorn, Louis
box folder
30 7 A-Z
8-9 Le Défense de l'Infini, holograph and typescript notes, drafts, and fragments, 1927,
278pp
box folder
31 1 Le Défense de l'Infini (continued)
2 Balayé, Geraldine
3 Beeching, Jack
4 Boyle, Kay
5 C
Cañaberal, Andrés
box folder
31 6 A-Z
7 Manuel y el Pirulin cuento pera Mayores, four typescripts with author corrections, 1961,
147pp
8-11 Los que quedamos, six typescripts with author corrections, 1961,
626pp
box folder
32 1 Poemas, typescripts, 1961,
76pp
2 El retorno de el hijo del Republicano, typescript with author corrections, nd,
109pp
3 Tristes Palabras: Introduction, two typescripts, nd,
170pp
Cañas, Tomás
box folder
32 4 La condena y el indulto, holograph in two notebooks, nd,
18pp
5 Dialogo de dos condenados a cadena perpetua, typescript with author corrections, nd,
110pp
6 Centro Español de Perpignan, printed memento of appreciation for Cunard's assistance, 1939
7 Corbière, Tristan, Poems copied from Amours Jaunes, 1944,
41pp
8 Crowder, Henry, As Wonderful as That? Henry Crowder's Memoir of His Affair with Nancy Cunard, typescript, nd,
228pp
9 D
Douglas, Norman
box folder
32 10 A-Z
box folder
33 1 Fountains in the Sand, typescript and French translation by Nancy Cunard, 1953-1954,
155pp
2 Duff, Charles
3 Durrell, Lawrence
4 E-G
5 Gilbert, Morris
6 H-L
7 Hughes, Langston
8 M-R
box folder
34 1 Moore, George, Letters to Lady Cunard, page proofs, 1957,
201pp
2 Nichols, Robert, Sonnets to Aurelia, holograph, 1920,
175pp
3 Rodriguez, Alvarez, “...of the lad who married a shrew,” typescript with author corrections, nd,
12pp
4 Roma, Juan Miguel
5 Roumain, Jacques, poems, holograph and typescript, 1937,
15pp
6 S
7 Scottsboro Defense Petitions
8 Scott, Geoffrey, Poems, holograph and typescript, nd,
39pp
9 T-Z
10 Tzara, Tristan
Valle-Inclán, Ramon del
box folder
35 1 A-Z
2 Blood-Bond, translation by N. Cunard, typescripts with author and translator notes, 1951,
56pp
3 Uncataloged envelopes and folders

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 Nancy Cunard Collection--Index of Correspondents 

Box and folder numbers are followed by a number in parenthesis which indicates the number of items by that person. A single item is indicated where there is no number in parenthesis following the box and folder number. Where there is correspondence from Nancy Cunard, the number in parentheses is followed by the phrase “from Cunard.” So in the example:

Benkovitz, Miriam J.--10.1 (from Cunard), 12.4 (55)

there is one letter from Cunard to Benkovitz, located in Box 10, Folder 1, and 55 letters from Benkovitz in Box 12, Folder 4.

  • Ackland, Valentine--11.4-5 (205)
  • Acton, Harold Mario Mitchell, 1904- --11.6 (41)
  • Afro-American--10.1 (from Cunard)
  • Agar, Eileen, 1899- --11.3
  • Agence Giloppe--10.1 (from Cunard)
  • Ajayi, Bennett Babs--11.3
  • Albio, Julio--11.3
  • Aldington, Richard, 1892-1962--11.3
  • Aleixandre, Vicente, 1898- --11.3
  • Allan Wingate Publishers, Ltd.--11.3 (2)
  • Allan, Guy--11.3 (2)
  • Allen, Walter Ernest, 1911- --11.3
  • Allied Press Service--11.3 (2)
  • Alvarez de Vayo, Julio--11.3
  • Anderson, Alan, fl. 1954--11.3 (8)
  • Anderson, Margaret--10.1
  • Andrade, J. Ida--11.3
  • Andrews, Nora E.J.--11.3
  • Ankrah, Edward--11.3
  • Aparicio, Antonio--11.7 (79)
  • Aragon, Louis, 1897- --11.3 (5)
  • Arco, Luigi, Count--11.3 (3)
  • Arlington, Cyril, 1872-1955--11.3 (4)
  • Armstrong, Terence Ian Fytton John--See Gawsworth, John, 1912-1970
  • Artime, J.--11.3
  • Arundel, Honor--11.3
  • Asquith, Cynthia, Lady, 1887-1960--11.3 (2)
  • Associated Negro Press--11.3
  • Atlanta University. Trevor Arnett Library--11.3 (9)
  • Atthill, Robin, 1912- --11.3 (2)
  • Aurora De Chile--10.1 (from Cunard)
  • B.H. Blackwell, Ltd.--12.1
  • Bailey, Kathleen--12.1
  • Balayé, Géraldine--12.2 (115)
  • Banting, John, 1902-1972--12.3 (14), 21.4
  • Barbados Observer--10.1 (from Cunard)
  • Baring, Maurice, 1874-1945--12.1
  • Barnett, Claude, 1890- --12.1
  • Baro, José, 1972- --12.1
  • Beasley, Irene W.--12.1
  • Beaton, Cecil Walter Hardy, Sir, 1904- --12.1
  • Beckett, Samuel, 1906- --12.1 (14)
  • Beecham, Thomas, Sir, 1879-1961--12.1 (2)
  • Beeching, Jack--12.1 (3)
  • Beerbohm, Elisabeth--12.1
  • Bellmunt, Domenec de--12.1 (2)
  • Belzer, G.--12.1 (2)
  • Benkovitz, Miriam J.--10.1 (from Cunard), 12.4 (55)
  • Bennet and Co.--10.1 (from Cunard)
  • Bennet, Arthur G. (Arthur George)--12.1
  • Berlin Staatliche Museen--12.1
  • Bernard, — --12.1
  • Besson, George, 1882-1971--12.1 (5)
  • Bibliothèque Nationale (France)--12.1 (3)
  • Bircham and Co. (firm)--10.1 (3 from Cunard), 12.5 (9)
  • Bishop, Morris, 1893-1973--12.1 (3)
  • Blackburn Public Library--12.1
  • Blackston, Oswell--12.1 (3)
  • Blunt, Anthony, Sir, 1907-1983--12.1
  • Blyth, Dutton, Wright and Bennet--12.1 (5)
  • Bodleian Library--12.6
  • Bodley House Literary Agency, Ltd.--12.6 (3)
  • The Bookman--12.6
  • Bordas, Éditeur--12.6
  • Boschère, Jean de, 1878-1953 --12.6
  • Bottomley, Gordon, 1874-1948--12.6
  • Bouchoux, Gaston--12.7 (38), 21.4
  • Bourne, Harold J.--12.6
  • Bourtoire, Fernande--12.6
  • Bousquet, Joë--12.6 (2)
  • Boven, Jean--12.6
  • Bowen, Arnold Vincent--12.6 (5)
  • Bowes-Lyon, Lilian Helen, 1895-1949--12.6
  • Boyle, Kay, 1902- --12.8 (21)
  • Braddock, Elizabeth--12.6
  • Bradley, Ben F.--12.6
  • Brand, Millen, 1906-1980--12.6
  • Braymer, Nan--12.6 (2)
  • Bremen Übersee-Museum--See Übersee-Museum (Bremen)
  • Brenan, Gerald--12.6
  • Breton, André, 1896-1966--12.6 (2)
  • British Broadcasting Corporation--21.4 (2)
  • British Museum, Department of Ethnography--12.6
  • Brockley, Edith--12.6
  • Bronowski, Jacob, 1908-1974--12.6
  • Brown, Bob--12.6 (2)
  • Brown, Fred J., 1918- --12.6
  • Brown, Sterling Allen, 1901- --12.6 (7)
  • Broyelle, F.--12.6
  • Brunell, Adrian--12.6 (5)
  • Bryher, 1894- --12.6
  • Bryher, Winifred, 1894--See Bryher, 1894-
  • Bull, Arthur--12.6
  • Burke, David, fl. 1952--12.6 (3)
  • Burkhart, Charles--12.9 (84)
  • Burlington Magazine--12.6 (5)
  • Burton, Gerald--12.6 (2)
  • Buttita, Anthony--10.1 (from Cunard)
  • Calder, Alexander, 1898-1976--13.1 (2)
  • Calman-Lévy--10.1 (from Cunard)
  • Calmels, Maurice--13.1
  • Cambridge University. Museum of Archaeology and Ethnology--21.4
  • Campbell, Roy--13.1
  • Candiani, Clara--13.1
  • Carier-Bresson, Henri, 1908- --13.1
  • Carré, Louis--13.1
  • Carroll, John, fl. 1956--13.1 (2)
  • Carter, Lorenzo Lee--13.1
  • Carver, David--13.1 (4)
  • Casals, Pablo, 1876-1973 (8)
  • Casanova, Azner--13.1
  • Cassou, Jean, 1897- --13.1
  • Castro, Ferreira de, 1898- --13.1
  • Catalonia, official agencies--13.1 (3)
  • Causton, Bernard--13.1
  • Cawdor, Wilma--13.1 (3)
  • Cecil, Robert, 1913- --13.1
  • Celle. Museumverwaltung--10.1 (from Cunard)
  • Cerio, Edwin--13.1 (6)
  • Charles' Rare Books--13.1
  • Child, Amando--13.1
  • Church, Richard, 1893- --13.1 (4)
  • Churchill, Stella--13.1 (2)
  • Churchill, Winston, Sir, 1874-1965--13.1
  • Clark, K.--13.1
  • Clodd, H. Alan--13.1 (9)
  • Cochran, Charles Blake, 1872?-1951--13.1
  • Cockle, Nola V.--13.1
  • Cohen, Harriet--13.1 (3)
  • Coles, M— --13.1 (2)
  • Collett, Georges Paul--13.1 (20)
  • The Colony--13.1
  • Comfort, Alex, 1920- -- 13.2 (6)
  • Comité dé Initiative International Anti-Bolchevique--13.2
  • Conairon, Nina--13.2 (2)
  • Conference of Missionary Societies in Gt. Britain and Ireland--13.2
  • Contact Publications, Inc.--13.2
  • Cooper, Diana, 1892- --13.2
  • Cooper, Douglas, 1911- --13.2
  • Cooper, Duff, Viscount, Norwich, 1890-1954--13.2 (3)
  • Cooper, Mary--13.2 (2)
  • Coray, N.--13.2
  • Cory, Mabel--13.2
  • Cory-Wright, Geoffrey--13.2 (4)
  • Country Life--13.2
  • Craven, Mollie Charteris--13.2
  • Crotch, Martha H.--10.1 (2 from Cunard), 13.3 (22)
  • Crowder, Henry--13.2
  • Crowley, Aleister, 1875-1947--13.2 (7)
  • Cruickshank, Alfred M.--13.2
  • Cullen, Countee, 1903-1946--13.2
  • Cullen, John--10.1 (8 from Cunard), 13.4 (12)
  • Cunard, Bache, Sir--21.4
  • Cunard, Edward, Sir, 5th Bart., 1890-1962--13.2 (3)
  • Cunard, Maud Alice Burke, Lady, 1872-1948--13.2 (6)
  • Cunard, Victor, 1898-1960--13.2 (19)
  • Daily Mail (London, England)--13.5 (2)
  • Daily Mirror (London, England)--10.2 (from Cunard)
  • Darnton, Christian, 1905- --13.5 (5)
  • Davenport, John, 1904-1987--10.3 (31 from Cunard), 13.5 (9)
  • Davies, Dudley G.--13.5
  • Davies, Ian--13.5
  • Davies, Mrs.--10.2 (from Cunard)
  • Dawkins, Richard Macgillivary--13.5
  • Dawson, Cecilia--13.5 (3)
  • Dawson, Michael--13.5 (5)
  • Day-Lewis, C. (Cecil), 1904-1972--13.4
  • Debraux, Rene--13.5
  • Debrett's Peerage Limited--13.5
  • Del Carril, Delia, 1886- --13.5 (4)
  • Demětre, Jacques--13.6 (2)
  • Dermenghem, Emile, 1872- --13.5 (3)
  • De Vries, Lini M.--13.4 (2)
  • De Zoete, Beryl, 1884- --13.5
  • Dhingra, Baldorn--13.5
  • Douglas, Alfred Bruce, Lord, 1870-1945--13.5
  • Douglas, Archie--13.5 (10)
  • Douglas of Barlock, Francis Campbell Ross Douglas, Baron, 1889- --13.5 (2)
  • Douglas, Norman, 1868-1952--13.7 (171), 21.4 (3)
  • Douglas, Robin Sholto--13.5 (2)
  • Dover, Cedric--13.5 (3)
  • Drake, Mr.--10.2 (3 from Cunard)
  • Dribert, Thomas Edward Neil--10.2 (from Cunard), 13.5 (2)
  • Duff, Charles--10.2 (3 from Cunard), 13.8 (118)
  • Dunsany, Edward John Moreton Drax Plunkett, Baron, 1878-1957--13.5 (5)
  • Eckert, Lorenz--14.1
  • Ediciones Hispano-Americanas--14.1
  • Les Editiones du Sagittaire--14.1
  • Editions Atlas--14.1
  • Les Editions Brauner Cie.--10.2 (from Cunard)
  • Education Missionary Society, Nigeria--14.2 (11)
  • Eliot, T.S. (Thomas Stearns), 1888-1965--14.1
  • Ellison, Edward--14.1
  • Ellmann, Richard, 1918- --14.1 (4)
  • Ellul, Edward--14.1
  • English Literature in Translation--14.1
  • Erdozain, Frederic--14.1
  • Erlanger, Catherine--14.1 (4)
  • Establissements Braun & Cie--14.1
  • Evans, Jacqueline P., 1923- --14.1
  • Ewer, Monica, 1889- --14.1 (2)
  • Fabian Colonia Bureau--14.3
  • Fagg, William Buller--14.3 (2)
  • Faustah, E.A.H.--14.3
  • Fayant, Frank Hix, 1876- --14.3 (3)
  • Fedden, Marguerite--14.3
  • Feinbert, Charles E., 1899- --14.3
  • Ferreira de Castro, José Maria, 1898- --See Castro, Ferreira de
  • FitzGibbon, Constantine, 1919- --14.3 (8)
  • Flanner, Janet, 1892- --14.4 (20)
  • Fletcher, John--14.3 (3)
  • For Intellectual Liberty--14.3 (2)
  • Forbes, Ludovic A.--14.3 (2)
  • Ford, Hugh D., 1925- --10.2 (6 from Cunard), 14.5 (72)
  • Fore Publications, Ltd.--14.3
  • Fovon-Dabeaux--14.3
  • France: Liberté-Egalité-Fraternité--14.6
  • France Libre--14.3
  • France Ministère de la Reconstrucion de l'Eure--10.2 (from Cunard)
  • France Ministère de la Reconstrucion et de l'Urbanisme--14.6
  • France Procurer de la République--10.2 (from Cunard)
  • France Société Générale--14.6
  • Franchey, John R.--14.3 (15)
  • Francis Edwards (firm)--14.3
  • Frankfurt am Mein Museum für Völkerkunde--14.3
  • Fry, Charles, 1903- --14.3
  • Fuente, Pablo de la--14.3
  • Fulcher, Michael, 1928- --14.3 (3)
  • Fuller, Estelle--14.3
  • G. Heywood Hill, Ltd.--14.7
  • Gabendes, A.--14.7
  • Galerie, Louis Leiris--14.7 (2)
  • Galinier, Fernand, Dr.--21.4 (2)
  • Galway, Marie Carola Blennerhassett, Lady, 1876- --14.7
  • Gandarillas, Tony--14.7 (6)
  • Gardner, W.H.--10.2 (from Cunard), 14.7 (6)
  • Gardner, Wrey, 1901- --14.7 (2)
  • Garland, Madge--14.7 (3)
  • Garnett, David, 1892- --14.7 (2)
  • Gascar, Alice--14.7, 21.4
  • Gascoigne, Alvary--14.7 (3)
  • Gaubaude, A.--14.7
  • Gawsworth, John, 1912-1970--10.2 (from Cunard), 14.7 (7)
  • Gelbard, Michael--14.7 (8)
  • Gellert, Lawrence, 1898-1979--14.7 (2)
  • Genèva Musée et Institute de'Ethnographic--14.7
  • German Territory Under Allied Occupation, British Zone--14.7 (2)
  • Ghana, Prime Minister Nkrumah--10.2 (from Cunard)
  • Gibson, Douglas--14.7
  • Gielgud, John, Sir, 1904- --14.7
  • Gilbert, Morris, 1894- --14.8-15.1 (208)
  • Gillespie, A.L., Jr.--14.7
  • Goasqüen, Georgette--10.2 (5 from Cunard), 15.2 (29)
  • Goded, Angel--15.3 (11)
  • Gold, Michael, 1894-1967--14.7 (2)
  • Golding, Louis, 1895-1958--10.2 (from Cunard), 14.7 (2)
  • Goldring, Douglas, 1887- --14.7 (3)
  • Gordon-Crotch, Martha H.--See Crotch, Martha H.
  • Gourielle, Helen--14.7
  • Graves, Robert, 1895- --14.7 (7)
  • Greacen, Robert--14.7 (4)
  • Great Britain
    • Chamber of Commerce--10.2 (2 from Cunard)
    • Consulate, New York--10.2 (2 from Cunard)
    • Embassy--15.4 (2)
    • Foreign Office--15.4 (5)
    • Ministry of Labour and National Service--15.4
    • Postal & Telegraph Censorship Department--15.4
    • Royal Courts of Justice Official Solicitor--10.2 (2 from Cunard), 15.4 (4)
  • Green, Nan--15.5 (11)
  • Greene, Graham, 1904- --14.7
  • Gregory, Alyse, 1884-1967--14.7 (3)
  • Gregory, E. C.--14.7
  • Grenfell, Monica--14.7
  • Grieve, Christopher Murray, 1892- --See MacDiarmid, Hugh
  • Grossbarel-Brinitzer--14.7
  • Guerin, Jean--15.6 (28)
  • Guevara, Miranda--14.7 (2)
  • Guillen, Nicolas, 1902- --14.7 (6)
  • Guinness, Mahon Executor & Trustee Co., Ltd.--15.7
  • Hall, Archie--15.8
  • Hamburg Museum für Völkerkunde und Vorgeschichte--15.8 (4)
  • Hamilton, G. Rostrevor (George Rostrevor), 1888- --15.8 (6)
  • Harcourt, Brace & Co.--15.8
  • The Harlem Liberator--15.8
  • Harmsworth, Desmond--15.8 (2)
  • Harper, Allanah, 1904- --15.8
  • Harris, E.P.--15.8
  • Harris, Frieda--15.8 (2)
  • Harrison, John--15.8 (5)
  • Hart-Davis, Deirdre--15.8
  • Hart-Davis, Rupert, 1907- --10.4 (2 from Cunard), 15.9 (115)
  • Harvey, Neville--15.8 (4)
  • Haslemere Educational Museum--15.8
  • Hasties--15.8
  • Hayward, John, 1905-1965--15.8 (14)
  • Hendry, James Findlay--15.8
  • Heppenstall, Rayner, 1911- --15.8 (2)
  • Herrira Petere, José--15.8
  • Heydt, Edward, Freiherr von der, 1882- --15.8 (4)
  • Hiler, Hilaire, 1898-1966--15.8 (6)
  • Hill, Mary V.B.--15.8
  • Hobson, Anthony, 1921- --15.10 (2)
  • Hogben, Lancelot Thomas, 1895- --15.10
  • Hogg, Neil--15.10 (4)
  • Holbein-Verlag Ag.--15.10
  • Holbrooke, Joseph, 1878-1958--15.10 (6)
  • Holland, Vyuyan Beresford, 1886-1967--15.10 (3)
  • Hone, Joseph M. (Joseph Maunsell), 1882-1959-15.10 (5)
  • Hooker, James R.--15.10 (4)
  • Hooper, James T.--15.10
  • Hopkins, Kenneth, 1914- --15.10
  • Horton, Paul--15.10
  • Hotel Sala--10.4 (from Cunard)
  • Housman, Lawrence, 1865-1959--15.10
  • Howard, Brian, 1905-1958--15.10
  • Hsung, Shih-I, 1902- --15.10 (3)
  • Hughes, Langston, 1902-1967--15.11 (16)
  • Hugot, Francois--15.10
  • Humberstone, Thomas Lloyd, 1867- --15.10 (9)
  • Hushie, E.A.--15.10
  • Hutchins, Mary--15.10 (5)
  • Hutchinson, William J. Fraser--15.10 (2)
  • Hutchinson, Francis William, 1910- --15.10 (2)
  • Hutton, Edward, 1875- --15.10
  • Hyde, Beth--15.10
  • Illustrated London News--16.1
  • Institute of Jamaica, Kingston--16.1
  • International Brigade Association--16.1 (8)
  • International Institute of African Languages and Cultures--16.1
  • International Labor Defense--16.1
  • International Press-Cutting Bureau--16.1
  • Ivy, James W.--16.1 (3)
  • Jackson, Ada--16.1 (2)
  • James, Harry, 1916- --16.1
  • Jameson, Holman--16.1
  • Jameson, Storm, 1897- --16.2 (42)
  • Jeffress, Arthur--21.4 (2), Oversize Folder 2 (5)
  • John, Augustus, 1878-1961--16.1 (3)
  • John, Smith & Sons, Ltd.--16.1
  • Johnson, Arthur, d. 1958--16.3 (13)
  • Jones, Anne--16.1
  • Jones, Elwyn--Oversize Folder 2
  • Jones, Max--16.1
  • Josefine und Eduard von Portheim Siftung für Wissenschaft und Kunst--16.1 (2)
  • Junta de Cutura (Spain)--16.1
  • K.J. Hewett, Ltd.--16.1
  • Kayser, Jacques, 1900-1963--16.1 (2)
  • King, William Charles Holland, 1884- --16.1 (16)
  • Kirby, Richard, Sir, 1904- --16.1
  • Kirkpatrick, B.J. (Brownlee Jean)--16.1 (2)
  • Kisch, Madeline--16.1
  • Knowles, Cecilia--16.1 (3)
  • Koninklijke Militaire Academie--16.1
  • Labraherie, Pierre--16.4 (4)
  • LaChapelle-Réanville (Mayor)--10.4 (6 from Cunard)
  • Lago, Tomás--16.4
  • Lambert, — --16.4
  • Lambert, Jean, 1914- --10.5 (23 from Cunard), 16.4 (15)
  • Lang, Iain--16.4
  • Lavigne, Général--10.4 (from Cunard)
  • The League of Colored People--16.4
  • Lee, Susan, fl. 1961--16.4
  • Lehman, John, 1907- --16.4 (2)
  • Leicestershire County Archives, England--16.4 (6)
  • Leicestershire Museum and Art Gallery, England--16.4
  • Leiris, Michel, 1901- --16.4 (2)
  • Lemon, H.J.D.--16.4
  • Leon, Maria Terese--16.4
  • Leslie, Shane, 1885-1971--10.4
  • Leslie, W. Seymour--16.4 (3)
  • Lewin, Mavis--16.4
  • Lewis & Shaw (firm)--21.4
  • Lewis, Eilund--16.4
  • Lewis, George L., 1916- --16.4
  • Liberation--10.4
  • Librairie des Editions Espagnoles--16.4 (2)
  • Limoges Central Hˇotel--16.4
  • Lindsay Drummond, Ltd.--21.4
  • Lindsay, Jack, 1900- --10.4 (3 from Cunard), 16.4 (8)
  • Lindsley, Lorna Stimson--16.4 (4)
  • Liverpool, England (Mayor)--16.4 (3)
  • Liverpool Public Museum (England)--10.4 (from Cunard), 16.5 (44)
  • Llewellyn, G.--16.4
  • Lloyds and National Provincial Foreign Bank, Ltd.--16.4
  • Lockhead, Marion--16.4
  • London Evening News--16.4
  • London
    • County Council, England--16.4
    • Library, England--16.4 (2)
    • National Portrait Gallery--See National Portrait Gallery (London)
    • University School of Oriental Studies--16.4 (2)
  • Longmans Greens & Co., Ltd.--16.4
  • Lord, Douglas, Mrs.--16.4
  • Low, D.M. (David Maurice), 1890- --16.6 (12)
  • Lowenfels, Lillian--16.4 (8)
  • Lowenfels, Walter, 1897-1976--16.7 (32)
  • Lowndes, Belloc, 1868-1947--16.4
  • Lucas, F. L. (Frank Laurence), 1894-1967--16.4 (3)
  • Ludovici, Anthony Mario, 1882- --16.4
  • Lynel, Louis--16.4
  • Lyon, Lilian Bowes--See Bowes-Lyon, Lilian Helen
  • Lyons, Islay De Courcy, 1922- --16.4 (26)
  • MacCown, Eugene--16.8 (4)
  • MacDiarmid, Hugh, 1892- --16.8 (4)
  • MacKenzie, Faith Compton--16.8
  • Mackworth, Cecily--16.8
  • MacNeice, Louis, 1907-1963--16.8
  • MacPherson, Kenneth, 1903?-1971--16.9 (38)
  • Malinowski, Bronislaw, 1884-1942--16.8
  • Manchester Guardian--10.4 (4 from Cunard), 16.8 (13)
  • Manheim Städtische Museen--16.8
  • Manifold, J.S. (John Streeter), 1915- --16.8 (2)
  • Marson, H. Victor--16.8 (2)
  • Marston, Doreen--16.8
  • Martin, Alec, Sir--16.8
  • Martin Secker and Warburg, Ltd.--10.4 (from Cunard), 16.8 (10), 21.4
  • Masefield, John, 1878-1967--16.8
  • Masson, André, 1896- --16.8
  • Massot, Pierre de--16.8
  • Matthews, Geoffrey, 1920- --16.8 (3)
  • Maugham, W. Somerset (William Somerset), 1874-1965--16.8
  • Mayer, André--16.8 (5)
  • McCarthy, Albert J.--16.8 (3)
  • McKay, Claude, 1890-1948--10.4 (2 from Cunard), 17.1 (16)
  • McLeod, Enid--16.8
  • McLeod, Vincent--16.8
  • Merwin, Dick--16.8
  • Meyerstein, Edward Harry William, 1889-1952--16.8 (5)
  • Meynell, Francis, Sir, 1891- --16.8
  • Michlet, Raymond--17.2 (5)
  • Milne, Ewart, 1903- --16.8 (6)
  • Miro, Joan, 1893- --16.8
  • Mobile, Mary--16.8
  • Moens, Herman M. Bernelot (Herman Marie Bernelot), 1878- --16.8
  • Moirs, A— --16.8
  • Molesworth, Gen.--10.4 (from Cunard)
  • Moline, Roger, 1903- --16.8 (2)
  • Montañez, Marta--16.8
  • Montauben Musée d'Histore Naturelle--10.4 (from Cunard)
  • Moore, A. W.--16.8
  • Moore, George, 1852-1933--10.4 (from Cunard), 17.3 (24), 21.4 (20)
  • Moore, Henry, 1898- --16.8 (5)
  • Moore, Nicholas, 1918- --16.8
  • Moore, Peter, fl. 1944--16.8
  • Moret, Thomas--16.8
  • Morgan, Charles, 1894-1958--16.8
  • Morgan, Louise, d. 1964--17.4 (100)
  • Morgan, Silas--16.8
  • Moult, Thomas--16.8
  • Muñoz, Diez--16.8
  • Munro-Kerr, Anne, Miss--10.4 (2 from Cunard)
  • Muray, M.A.--16.8
  • Museum für Völkerkunder und Schweizerisches Museum für Völkskunde, Basel--16.8
  • Myriad Press (firm)--16.8 (4)
  • National Campaign for the Abolition of Capitol Punishment--17.5
  • National Council for Civil Liberties (London)--17.5
  • National Portrait Gallery (Great Britain)--17.5
  • National Provincial Bank--10.6 (from Cunard), 17.6 (11)
  • Nef, Johnanna F.--17.5 (2)
  • The Negro Worker--10.6 (from Cunard)
  • Nehls, Edward--17.5
  • Neruda, Pablo, 1904-1973--17.5 (6)
  • Nevill, Geraldine--17.7 (4)
  • Nevinson, C.R.W. (Christopher Richard Wynne), 1889-1946--17.5
  • New Masses--17.5 (3)
  • The New Statesman--10.6 (3 from Cunard), 17.5
  • New York Journal-American--17.5
  • New York Public Library--17.5 (2)
  • Ney, Richard, 1918- --17.5
  • Nicholas, Morna--17.5 (5)
  • Nichols, Beverley, 1899- --17.5
  • Nichols, Robert Malise Bowyer, 1893-1944--17.5
  • Nicholson, Hubert, 1908- --17.5 (4)
  • Nicholson, Harold George, Sir, 1886-1968--17.5
  • Nieto, Juan--17.5 (2)
  • Nine: Quarterly Review of Literature and the Arts--17.5
  • Nivason, G— --17.5
  • Nordman, Joë--10.6 (3 from Cunard), 17.5 (14), 21.4
  • Norman, Sylvia, 1901- --17.5 (2)
  • Norris, Ida--17.5
  • Norton, Michael, 1917- --17.5
  • Norwich Castle Museum--17.5
  • Olbrechts, Frans M., 1899- --17.8
  • Orgle, Ernest--17.8
  • Osborne, Peter--17.8 (2)
  • Ould, Hermon, 1886-1951--17.8 (4)
  • Our Time--10.6 (from Cunard), 17.8 (2)
  • Outposts--17.8
  • Ozanne, Marie--17.8 (8)
  • Padmore, Dorothy--17.10 (16)
  • Padmore, George--17.10 (6)
  • Palmer, Herbert E. (Herbert Edward), 1880- --17.10 (4)
  • Parker, Nöel--17.10 (3)
  • Parsons, Owen--10.6 (2 from Cunard), 17.10 (8)
  • Partido Obrero de Unificacion Marxista--10.6 (from Cunard)
  • Patmore, Brigit, 1883-1965--17.10
  • Patmore, Derek, 1908- --17.10 (6)
  • Patterson, Haywood, 1913 or 1914- --17.10 (2)
  • Paulhan, Jean, 1884-1968--10.6 (from Cunard), 17.10 (4)
  • Payne, Robert, 1911- --17.10 (2)
  • Pént, Benjamin--17.10
  • Peyrone, E.--10.6 (from Cunard)
  • Phillips, R. Suville--17.10
  • Phoenix Press (firm) --17.10 (3)
  • Picquot, Raymond--17.10
  • Pilcher, Velona, 1894- --17.10 (10)
  • Pitt-Rivers, Julian Alfred--17.10
  • Pitt-Rivers, Margot--17.10 (4)
  • Pitt-Rivers Museum--17.10 (2)
  • Plant, Wilson--17.10 (2)
  • Pleadwell, F.L. (Frank Lester), 1872-1957--17.10 (6)
  • Plomer, William, 1903-1973--17.10 (3)
  • Plymouth City Museum and Art Gallery (England) --17.10
  • Potts, Paul--17.10 (2)
  • Pound, Ezra, 1885-1972--10.6 (from Cunard), 17.10 (3), 21.4
  • The Press--10.6 (from Cunard)
  • Pritt, D.N. (Denis Nowell), 1887- --17.10
  • Pudney, John, 1909-1977--17.10
  • Puig Pujadas, José, 1883- --17.10
  • Quennell, Peter, 1905- --17.11 (2)
  • Quiroga, José Maria--17.11
  • Rabullat, Emile--17.12
  • Ramsey, T.W. (Thomas Weston), 1892-1952--17.12
  • Rathbone, Irene, 1892-1980--18.1-2 (142)
  • Ratton, Charles--17.12 (4)
  • Reading Museum and Art Gallery--17.12
  • Rickwood, Jenny--17.12
  • Rios, Manuel--17.12
  • Roberts, Charles--17.12
  • Roberts, Denys Kilham--10.6 (from Cunard)
  • Roberts, Michael, 1902- --17.12
  • Robertson Scott, John William, 1866-1962--21.4
  • Robeson, Paul, 1898-1976--21.4
  • Robinson, Clyde--10.7-8 (92 from Cunard), 18.3-5 (110), 21.4
  • Roditi, Edouard--17.12 (2)
  • Rogers, John C.--17.12
  • Rogers, Neville--17.12
  • Roma, Beni--17.12 (4)
  • Roma, Juan-Miguel--18.6 (78)
  • Rome Daily American--17.12
  • Roques, Germain--17.12
  • Rose, Felix--17.12
  • Rose, William K.--17.12 (7)
  • Ross, Alan--17.12
  • Ross, Isabel--17.12
  • Rota, Bertram, 1903-1966--17.12 (7)
  • Rothe, Paul, 1907- --17.12 (4)
  • Rouvier, Jean--17.12 (2)
  • Rovart, Denis--17.12
  • Rovira, Dr.--17.12 (9)
  • Rowe, Joyce--17.12
  • Royal Anthropological Institute--17.12 (3)
  • Russell, Peter--17.12
  • Russell-Cotes Art Gallery and Museum--17.12
  • Ryan, Desmond--17.12 (5)
  • Sackville-West, Edward, Hon., 1901-1965--18.7
  • Sadoul, Georges, 1904-1967--18.7 (13)
  • Sagto, Julio Miguel--18.7
  • Sainsbury, Bob--18.7 (3)
  • St. Germans, Helen Agnes Post Eliot, Countess--18.7
  • Sandwell, Stephen--18.7
  • Sarrate, Roberts--10.6 (2 from Cunard), 18.7 (7)
  • Saurat, Denis, 1890-1958--18.7 (2)
  • Schrijver, Elka--18.7 (3)
  • Schrijver, Herman--18.7 (25)
  • Schwartz, Dr.--10.6 (from Cunard)
  • Schwartz, Jacob, fl. 1954--18.7 (3)
  • Schwarz, A.--18.7
  • Seghers, Pierre--18.7 (10)
  • Seligman, Brenda Z. Salaman--18.7 (3)
  • Sender, Ramon José, 1901- --18.7
  • Senhouse, Roger--10.6 (5 from Cunard), 19.1 (40)
  • Seth, R.C.--18.7
  • Seymour, William Kean, 1887- --18.7
  • Sharp, Harold--19.2 (3)
  • Shaw, Duncan Keith, 1892- --19.2 (5)
  • Shaw, Walter--19.2 (12)
  • Shercliff, Jo--19.2
  • Siento, Michael--19.2 (2)
  • Siepman, Eric Otto--19.2 (2)
  • Sims, Norman--10.6 (from Cunard), 19.2 (9)
  • Sitwell, Osbert, 1892-1969--19.2 (3)
  • Sitwell, Sacheverell, 1897- --19.2 (15)
  • Society of Authors--19.2 (8)
  • Solano, Solita--10.6 (from Cunard), 19.3 (54)
  • Solomon R. Guggenhiem Museum--19.2 (2)
  • Sotheby and Co.--19.2 (2)
  • Soto, Antonio--19.2 (2)
  • Southampton University Library--19.2
  • Sowerby--19.2
  • The Spectator--10.6 (2 from Cunard)
  • The Spectator, Accra, Gold Coast--10.6 (from Cunard)
  • Spender, Stephen, 1909- --19.4 (3)
  • Sprigge, Elizabeth, 1900- --19.4 (5)
  • Squire, John Collings, Sir, 1884-1958--19.4 (2)
  • Stark, Freya Madeline, 1893- --19.4 (2)
  • Stark, Marjorie--19.4
  • Starke, Emil--19.4
  • Steen, Sheila M.--19.4 (3)
  • Sterling, Monica--21.4
  • Stone, Melville E., 1875- --19.4 (2)
  • Stoneyhurst College, Shalley Museum--19.4
  • Storrs, Ronald, Sir, 1881-1955-10.6 (from Cunard)
  • Strachan, Geoffrey--19.4 (9)
  • Strachan, W.J. (Walter John), 1903- --19.5 (29)
  • Summer, Montague--21.4
  • Sunday Chronicle, London--19.4
  • Swingler, Randall, 1909- --19.4 (5)
  • Symonds, John, 1914- --19.4
  • Symonds, Arthur, 1865-1945--19.4
  • Tabacalera, S.A., Madrid--19.6
  • Tamer, Pancho--19.6
  • Taylor, Simon Walter--21.4
  • Tchelitchew, Pavel, 1898-1957-19.6
  • Teitelboim, Dora--19.6
  • Temple, F.J.--21.4
  • Terrier-Santans, Edmond, Marquis de, 1878- --21.4
  • Theis, Otto Frederick, 1881- --10.6 (from Cunard), 19.7 (13)
  • Thomas Cook & Son--19.6
  • Thomassin, Franz--19.6 (4)
  • Thompson, Edward John, 1886-1946--19.8 (29)
  • Thompson, Theodoria--19.6
  • Thorne, Anthony--19.9-10 (204)
  • Thorne, Hume--19.6 (15)
  • Thorne, Simon--19.6 (4)
  • Thorne, Will, 1857-1946--19.6
  • Thorp, Carl--19.6
  • Threadgill, James--19.6
  • Time and Tide--10.6 (from Cunard), 19.6 (3)
  • Times, London--19.6
  • Torquay Natural History Society--19.6
  • Tree, Iris, 1897-1968-20.1 (3)
  • Treece, Henry, 1911-1966-20.1 (2)
  • Trinidad Guardian--10.6 (from Cunard)
  • Triolet, Elsa--20.1
  • Tuohy, Ferdinand, 1891- --20.1
  • Turrent Rozas, Lorenzo--20.1
  • Tzara, Tristan, 1896-1963--20.1 (13)
  • U.S. State Department--10.6 (from Cunard)
  • Ubaq, M.--20.2 (2)
  • Übersee-Museum (Bremen)--20.2
  • Urquart, Fred, 1912- --20.2
  • Vail, Laurence, 1891-1968--20.2 (3)
  • Valle-Inclán, Jaime--20.2
  • Van Cappel, Achille--20.2
  • Vandervetz, Lalla--20.2
  • Vansittart, Robert Gilbert Vansittart, Baron, 1881-1957--20.2 (2)
  • Vayo, Julio Alvarez de--See Alvarez de Vayo, Julio
  • Verney, Guy--20.2
  • Vernon (Eure France)--10.6 (from Cunard)
  • Viajlinskiy, S.--20.2
  • Vicéns, Juan--20.2 (3)
  • Vickridge, Alberta--20.2
  • Victor Gollancy, Ltd.--20.2 (3)
  • Victoria History of the County of Leicestershire--20.2 (3)
  • Vijayatunga, J. (Jinadasa), 1902- --20.2 (2)
  • Villiesid, James B.--20.2
  • Villifosse, — --20.2 (2)
  • Vines, Sherard, 1890- --20.2
  • Voice of Africa--20.2
  • Vries, Lini M. de--See De Vries, Lini M.
  • W.B. Clowes and Sons, Ltd.--20.3
  • W.H. Allen and Co. Ltd.--20.3 (16)
  • Wagner, Jean P., 1919- --20.3
  • Wakefield Public Library--20.3
  • Wallace-Johnson, Isaac T.A.--20.3
  • Wallenborn, Robert--20.3
  • Walrond, Eric D.--20.3
  • Warner, Sylvia Townsend, 1893- --20.4-5 (117), 21.4 (2)
  • Warrington Municipal Museum and Art Gallery--20.3
  • Watergate Theatre--20.3
  • Watson, E.M.--20.3
  • Watson, Peter--20.3 (3)
  • Watson, Violet M.--20.3
  • Waugh, Alec, 1898- --20.3 (2)
  • Weill, Paul--10.6 (from Cunard), 20.3
  • Wellcome Historical Medical Museum--20.3
  • Westerfield, Peggy--10.6
  • Wheeler, Martin M.--20.3 (3)
  • Wherry, Charles D.--20.3 (3)
  • Whitman, H.S.--20.3
  • Wickham, Cynthia--20.3
  • Wild, Sam--20.3
  • Willet, Frank--20.3
  • William Jackson Books, Ltd.--20.3 (2)
  • Wilson, Olga Lee--20.3
  • Wilson, Robert Noble Denison, 1889- --20.3
  • Winsor, Rita--20.3 (4)
  • Wintringham, Tom, 1889-1949--20.3
  • Wishart, Michael, 1928- --20.3 (9)
  • Wollman, Maurice--20.3
  • Woolf, Cecil--20.6-7 (76)
  • Woolf, Leonard, 1880-1969--20.3 (2)
  • Wrynn, Anthony--20.3 (2)
  • Yorke, Gerald--20.3 (7)
  • Young, Claveron--20.3
  • Young, Francis Brett, 1884-1954--21.4

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 Nancy Cunard Collection--List of Subject Correspondents 

At the end of the Incoming Correspondence subseries there are several files of letters Cunard grouped together by topic. Listed here are individuals and organizations represented in those files; some of them are also represented elsewhere in the Cunard collections.

  • Negro: An Anthology--20.10
    • Associated Negro Press
    • Bethune, Mary McLeod
    • Binkley, W.G.
    • Callender, George X.
    • The Chicago Defender
    • Coles, L.F.
    • Crowder, Henry
    • Cuney-Hare, Maud
    • Dabney, W.P.
    • Dockett, Jesse
    • Dreiser, Theodore
    • Frazier, E.F.
    • Gordon, Eugene
    • Gordon, Taylor
    • Hathaway, C.A.
    • Herskovits, Melville
    • Hughes, Langston
    • Hutchinson, Thomas
    • International Labor Defense
    • Johnson, E.A.
    • Locke, Alain
    • Matthews, John Frederick
    • McClendon, Rose
    • National Association for the Advancement of Colored People
    • The New York Age
    • Phillips, Nathaniel
    • Schomberg, Arthur
    • Schuyler, Josephine
    • Simon, Hubert
    • Snelson, Floyd
    • White, Clarence Cameron
    • Wiggins, Edgar A.
    • Williams, W.C.
    • Wimley, Clarence
  • Nous gens D'Espagne--21.1
    • Ackland, Valentine
    • Balaye, Geraldine
    • Bishop, Morris
    • Boyle, Kay
    • Bresson, Georges
    • Cavalieri, Alix
    • Conairan, Nina
    • Duff, Charles
    • Goasgüen, Georgette
    • Goded, Angel
    • Golding, Louis
    • Grindea, Miron
    • Guerin, Jean
    • Hughes, Langston
    • Jameson, Storm
    • Johnson, Arthur
    • Leon, Maria Teresa
    • Lindsley, Lorna
    • Lyall, Archie
    • MacPherson, Kenneth
    • Michaelis, Ruth
    • Morgan, Louise
    • Ortiz, Manuel Angeles
    • Ould, Hermon
    • Ozanne, Marie
    • Rabullat, Emile
    • Rathbone, Irene
    • Reynolds, Mary
    • Roma, Juan Miguel
    • Sadoul, Georges
    • Sandy, Isabelle
    • Strachan, Walter
    • Swingler, Randall
    • Thomassin, Franz
    • Thorne, Anthony
    • Vicens, Juan
    • Warner, Sylvia Townsend
  • Poems for France--21.2
    • Ackland, Valentine
    • Alington, C.A.
    • Beeching, Jack
    • Bowen, Arnold
    • Cawdor, Wilma
    • Cecil, Robin
    • Church, Richard
    • Craven, Mollie
    • Douglas, Norman
    • Grieve, Christopher
    • Jackson, Ada
    • Lockhead, Marion
    • Milne, Ewart
    • Rathbone, Irene
    • Rose, Felix
    • Rowe, Joyce
    • Treece, Henry
    • Warner, Sylvia Townsend
    • Were, Mary Winter
  • Questionnaire on the Spanish war and poems about Spain--21.3
    • Ackland, Valentine
    • Auden, W.H.
    • C.C.O.
    • The Communist Party of Great Britain
    • Faber and Faber, Ltd.
    • Forster, E.M.
    • Harrisson, Tom
    • Lloyd, A.E.
    • Macauley, Rose
    • Mitchell, P. Chambers
    • Stapleton, Olaf
    • Stokes, Adrian
    • West, Rebecca
    • Poems by:
      • Auden, W.H.
      • Cunard, Nancy
      • Howard, Brian
      • Hughes, Langston
      • Lorca, Frederico Garcia
      • Padmore, George
      • Robin, Pierre
      • Tzara, Tristan

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 Nancy Cunard Collection--Index of Works 

  • A Claude Roy--1.3
  • A Tristan Tzara--1.3
  • Accés de rage justifice--1.3
  • Adam--1.3
  • Africa, the “Abstract,” and Hampton Institute's art exhibition in Port of Spain--1.3
  • After reading Under the Volcano by Malcolm Lowry--1.3
  • Americans Go Home! A cantata to be sung--1.3
  • Amerloqueries--1.3
  • And also Faustus--1.3
  • And Hate's Resistance: France 1941--1.3
  • Andorra 1956--1.3
  • Answers to a questionnaire from The Little Review--1.3
  • Anti-Nazis and Anti-Fascists Imprisoned in France--1.3
  • The Ants Make a Tank - But What Maketh Man?--1.3
  • Appréciation de Gianrico Cella--1.3
  • Articles re a Spanish family in Franco's Spain--1.3
  • Articles written for
    • The Associated Negro Press--1.4
    • The Barbados Observer--1.5
    • Ethiopian News--1.6
    • France--1.3
    • The Ministry of Information Concerning Negros in Great Britain and Colonial Welfare--1.3
    • The New Times--1.6
    • New York Amsterdam News--1.3
    • Our Time--1.7
    • Spain Today--1.3
  • Articles written while traveling in Spain--1.8
  • The Artist to Himself--1.3
  • L'Artiste--1.3
  • Author's World Peace Appeal: Le Premier Congrès Í Londres--1.3
  • The Back Like a Weasel's--1.9
  • Ballad of Réanville--1.9
  • Ballad of Tyneside--1.9
  • Between Time and etc.--1.9
  • Bibliographic note on Norman Douglas--1.9
  • Black Man and White Ladyship--1.9
  • Black-out Blues--1.9
  • A Bride Abattue--1.9
  • Broadcast re how Latin-Americans view Italy--1.9
  • Broadcast re women's activities in England today--1.9
  • Bugs and Franco--1.9
  • A Calypso--1.10
  • Caminel--1.10
  • Catalougue de Braun--1.10
  • Catalonian writer speaks at XVIIth International Congress of P.E.N. Club in London--1.10
  • Ce Bataillon--1.10
  • Chancun àson poste--1.10
  • Charles Duff--Appreciation of a Realist and a Patriot of Freedom--1.10
  • Chile--1.10
  • The Chilean Sonnets--1.10
  • Collect to the Virgin--1.10
  • Collections de Maitres Painters: Prefaces--2.1-2
  • La Comida de Hoy--1.10
  • Communiqé de N.A. Tristan Tzara--1.10
  • Complainte--1.10
  • Composition mixte--1.10
  • Concerning “Does anyone know any Negroes?”--1.10
  • Crashing Ellis Island--2.3
  • A Day in Versailles; Illustrated Guidebook--2.4
  • Decade of Exile: The Intellect of Spain Is Today in Other Lands--2.5
  • Declaration of the Negus--2.4
  • Dedication--2.4
  • Des Paroles Vraiment Pour Toi--2.4
  • The Desert Fresco--2.4
  • Dlink--2.4
  • Don Jay--2.4
  • Dordogne--2.4
  • Dream--2.4
  • Dream: Catch the Flowers and Run--2.4
  • Ecrire--2.6
  • En Europa, “Pariahs”- en El Nuevo Mundo, Hombres--2.6
  • En Marge de la Guerre d'España--2.6
  • Enclume attend Marteau--2.6
  • Eos--2.6
  • Epic on Spain (unfinished)--2.7
  • Les Etoiles--2.6
  • Fabrica Vulcano Talleres de Construccion Mechanicas (Mexico City)--2.8
  • Faire le Plein--2.8
  • Fanlangist Activities--2.8
  • Fares, Please!--2.8
  • Fascist Provocations in Geneva--2.8
  • Le Femur--2.8
  • A Few Notes on Roy Campbell--2.8
  • Fiji Commandos and Loyal Solomon Islanders--2.8
  • The First Sonnet--2.8
  • For Abyssinia--2.8
  • For and To Alec - Who Will Understand--2.8
  • For Ernesto Ferri, musician - in San Gimignano--2.8
  • For Sam: Dec. 15, 1963
  • For Tsiang, the Chinese poet in the “Kingdom of Pear and Island of the Hours”--2.8
  • Forbidden Music--2.8
  • 14 Juillet 1941--2.8
  • Fou comme l'Amour--2.8
  • Fragment in the Old World--2.8
  • France--2.8
  • France's Underground Press--2.8
  • French Repression in North Africa--2.8
  • G.M.: Memories of George Moore--2.9-3.4
  • Gabaudet--2.8
  • Germany--2.8
  • Grand Man--3.5-4.11
  • Gravé sur une Stèle--2.8
  • Hay que Salvarlos--5.1
  • Haywood Patterson Jail--5.1
  • Here and There--5.1
  • Here-in--5.1
  • L'Histoire tragique du Docteur Faust--5.1
  • Hitler Protects the Blacks - the Nazis--5.1
  • Hokku--5.1
  • Hommage àRenno Alfeo--5.1
  • The Hours Press--5.1
  • How Long? (incomplete play on Negro history)--5.2-4
  • “How Long?” Is Not “For Ever”--5.1
  • How Vichy Views the Return of the Daily Worker and The Week--5.1
  • Icarus--5.5
  • Impressions du Amérique du Sud--5.5
  • In Morning Canters (After Norman)--5.5
  • In San Gimignano - For Ernesto Ferri, musician--5.5
  • In the Studio--5.5
  • Incarnations--5.5
  • Incidents with the American Press--5.5
  • Indictment by Art--5.5
  • Is it a dream, boys? No!--5.5
  • Is the Labourer Worthy of His Hire?--5.5
  • Italy--5.5
  • Ivories of Ancient Africa--5.6-6.2
  • Jack Brent - the Inspirer--6.3
  • Jaime--6.3
  • July 14 - Tricolor with International--6.3
  • June for Freedom - June for Italy--6.3
  • Kikuyu--6.3
  • The Lands that Were Today--6.4
  • Late Night Sonnet--6.4
  • Légende--6.4
  • Less than the Slave--6.4
  • Letter from Belgium--6.4
  • Letter from Paris--6.4
  • Letter [to T.S. Eliot]--6.4
  • Liberator--6.4
  • Life in the Prison Camps of France--6.4
  • Lincoln--6.4
  • Lines: Is This My War?--6.4
  • Love, Death, Time, Weather--6.4
  • The Love Story--6.4
  • Love's Alba against Time, Time's against Love--6.4
  • Machado--6.5
  • Madagascar--6.5
  • Man Ship Tank Gun Plane--6.5
  • Manuel y Pirulín--6.5
  • ¿Me oyes, Mihito?--6.5
  • Meet Mr. Jim Crow--6.5
  • Meeting Mr. & Mrs. Seabrook--6.5
  • Memento--6.5
  • Memorial of Bitter-Sweet--6.5
  • Message--6.5
  • Mexican Perspective: Notes--6.6-7
  • Mexico--6.5
  • Mexico - and More--6.5
  • A Moment in Tobago--6.7
  • Morning Canters: “Village”--6.7
  • Morning with Water--6.7
  • Mosley 1943--6.7
  • The Musée de l'Homme--6.7
  • My Liberator--6.7
  • My Young Men--6.7
  • Myself--6.7
  • Negro: notes and source materials--7.2
  • Negroes in France Volunteer for Army Service--7.1
  • “Nerves,” or what would have happened?--7.1
  • Newsletter from England--7.1
  • Nights--7.1
  • Nineteen poems--7.3
  • No Colour Bar in the British Air Force--7.1
  • Noël - Amour - Guerre--7.1
  • Noir et mauvais--7.1
  • Nosaltres--7.1
  • Note on Count Karolyi--7.1
  • Note on the Mussée Labit in Toulouse--7.1
  • Notebook of poems--7.1
  • Notes de L'Amérique du Sud--7.1
  • Notes for Me--7.1
  • Notes, lines, poems, 1942--7.1
  • Notes on Georges Otramare--7.1
  • Notes on the Spanish Refugee Colony at Santa Clara--7.1
  • Nous gens d'España--7.4
  • Ocaña Jail--7.5
  • Occurrencias--7.5
  • Oeuvre Italienne “Pro Oriente”--7.5
  • Of a glass stopper found in the sea at Collioure, S.W. France in 1951--7.5
  • On Colour Bar--7.5
  • On Four Negro Intellectuals--7.5
  • On Lybia, North Africa, and Facism--7.5
  • On the “Fifth Column,” Axis, Fascist and Falangist Element in Latin America--7.5
  • One Day at School Saves a Situation--7.5
  • Oradour - Remember--7.5
  • Outlaws--7.5
  • Pale Moon, Slip of Malachite--7.6
  • Par nos dagues--7.6
  • Parallax--7.7
  • Passport to Freedom--7.6
  • Le Pérelin Passionné by Joel Bradford--7.6
  • Pisces Pulled Plow--7.6
  • Poem for Norman Douglas--7.6
  • Poemas, Poèmes, Poem--8.2
  • Poémes pour la France--8.1
  • Poems for France--7.8
  • Poems, 1960, àTomás--7.6
  • Poems translated by Nancy Cunard--8.3
  • Poems written in
    • England--8.4
    • Gourdon and Pomone--8.4
    • Spain, France, and England--8.4
    • Toulouse--8.4
  • The Poet to His Wars--7.6
  • Pour se faire aimer--7.6
  • Psalm of the Palms
  • Quercy--7.6
  • Quicha legend by Pedro Jorge Vera--7.6
  • ¿Quien soy yo?--7.6
  • Rafineria de Azucar de Vina del Mar--8.6
  • Ram Gopal--8.6
  • Ramon del Valle-Inclan--8.6
  • Rape--8.6
  • Réanville--8.6
  • Relève into Maquis--8.6
  • Republic; weekly bulletin--8.6
  • Rêve--8.6
  • Review of
    • Africa Answers Back by Akiki K. Nyabongo--8.6
    • Books by children and friends of authors--8.6
    • Penorman by Richard Aldington--8.6
    • The Black Counsul by Anatolii Vinogradov--8.6
    • This Our World - Four one-act plays--8.6
  • Revolution--The Negro speaks: a Symposium of Poetry--8.6
  • Robert the Bruce--8.6
  • Roberto--8.6
  • A Room--8.6
  • Russia - The U.S.S.R--8.6
  • Russian film notes--8.6
  • Russian notes--8.6
  • Les Sales Étrangers--8.7
  • Salud Bagaria, Salud España--8.7
  • A Scene--8.7
  • Scottsboro - and other Scottsboros--8.8
  • Scottsboro and the Lynch Spirit--8.7
  • Si, es España--8.7
  • Soldier Poor Soldiér--8.7
  • Solomon and Sheba--8.7
  • Sonnet des Martyres--8.7
  • Sonnet en Cinq Langues--8.10
  • Sonnet political--8.7
  • Sonneto del “Pobre Destín”--8.7
  • Sonnets in Chile--8.7
  • South of Exile: poems--8.7
  • Southern Sheriff--8.7
  • Souvenirs Anti-Fascistes: L'Afrique du Nord--8.7
  • Spain--8.7
  • Spain - My - Spain and Nous Gens d'España--8.7
  • Spaniards in German Camps--8.7
  • The Spanish Years--8.7
  • Les Struldbrugs; tsars du mystère--8.7
  • Sublunary--9.1
  • Superbia--8.7
  • Swing for Free--8.7
  • Take Us Out of Hell--9.3
  • Tatama by Cyrille Camilovitch: translated by Cunard--9.2
  • These Were the Hours: Such Were the Hours--9.4
  • Thoughts about
    • Aleister Crowley--9.2
    • James Joyce--9.2
    • Ronald Firbank--9.2
  • Through Spain--9.2
  • Las Tierras que Fueron Hoy--9.2
  • To Alfred Cruickshank--9.2
  • To Douglas Cooper from Nancy Cunard: Lines Inspired by His 1964 New Years Card--9.2
  • To Eat Today--9.2
  • To Live Again--9.2
  • To Professor Bernelot Moens--9.2
  • Toro Contrabandista--9.2
  • Tout pour la vie--9.2
  • Traductions de poèmes Francais--9.2
  • La tragedia de Francia vista por Españoles: revisions by Vasquesz Amaral--9.5
  • Tres partes del largo poema epico sobre España--9.2
  • The Tribes Are Out; Trinidad carnival has some fine African aspects--9.2
  • Tribute to Pasionaria--9.2
  • The Triumph of the Treasures--9.2
  • Tu et souviens--9.2
  • Tunisia--9.2
  • Tunisia - Land of Hunger and Hope--9.6
  • Two poems in Black and Grey--9.2
  • Unidentified articles re
    • Democratic liberty in Great Britain and the victory in North Africa--1.1
    • Haile Selassie and Italian journalists--1.1
    • Italian aggressions in Northern Africa and Mein Kampf--1.1
    • The League of Nations--1.1
  • Unidentified book: dedication--1.1
  • Unidentified essay on the poets of Spain--1.1
  • Untitled articles re
    • A monarchy in Spain--1.1
    • Article for Pat's notebook--1.1
    • Colonial welfare in Great Britain--1.1
    • Concentration camps in France and Spain--1.1
    • Conditions in Spain--1.1
    • Conditions in Toulouse--1.1
    • Congrès de la Fédération Internationale du P.E.N.--1.1
    • Diplomatic relations between Mexico and Great Britain--1.1
    • Fortifications in Spain--1.1
    • The French in exile in Cuba--1.1
    • French patriots in Madagascar--1.1
    • The future of Spain after World War II--1.1
    • Health conditions in France--1.1
    • La colonización del Africa norte--1.1
    • Labor conditions in Trinidad--1.1
    • The League of Coloured People in Liverpool and the colour bar--1.1
    • Les Lettres Francaises and peace in France--1.1
    • Mussolini's aggression--1.1
    • Nazi-Fascism--1.1
    • News of Spain--1.1
    • Pablo Casals--1.1
    • Provisional government of Spain--1.1
    • Republican Spaniards in England--1.1
    • Spain--1.1
  • Untitled book on Spain--1.2
  • Untitled play concerning a trip to the USSR in 1935--1.1
  • Untitled poems
    • “First things come first--and that's a kiss...”--1.1
    • “For me the wide-wild far flung...”--1.1
    • “Summer is a tenor's song across the water, across a dark hay field...”--1.1
    • “Tambour--Tambor! Vi-ve le vin d'Andorre...”--1.1
  • Vaour: poem notes--9.7
  • Victor and Nancy at Pertenhall--9.7
  • Violacion--9.7
  • Visions I--9.8-9
  • Visions II--9.8-9
  • A Visit to Julien Benda--9.7
  • War--9.7
  • The Watergate Theatre--9.7
  • What Franco Has Done to the Moors--9.7
  • Wheels: The Poems of Nancy Cunard in Wheels--9.7
  • When Can We Stop Being Refugees?--9.7
  • White Lies--9.7
  • The White Man's Duty--9.10
  • Whose Desert?--9.7
  • Worm--9.7
  • The Worst Case of Injustice in this Century--9.7
  • YOU. To Steve--9.7

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 Nancy Cunard Collection--Index of Works by other Authors 

  • Ackland, Valentine
    • The Lettuce Eaters--30.4
    • Poems, 1935-1960--30.4
    • They Are Hid in Prison--30.4
    • Urn Burial--30.4
    • War in Progress--30.4
  • Agence Espagne
    • Aide àl'Espagne--30.3
  • Alvear, Juan de
    • In fait des fortifications chez France--30.3
  • Andrewes, Walter
    • Low-Brow--30.3
  • Aparicio, Antonio
    • Citaciones de su Conferencia: Imagen de España en la Literatura Rusa--30.5
    • El Corazon de Alma--30.5
    • Los Hombres de Piedrabirena--30.6
    • Luz en los montes de España; poems testral en tres escenas--30.5
    • Paramo--30.5
    • Paramo: A Woman from Paramo--30.5
    • Poems: 1943-1964--30.5
    • Poesia y guerra de España--30.5
    • Review of The Burning Glass--30.5
    • El tiempo en nuestros brazo--30.5
    • Via y dullo de España--30.5
  • Arabanasich, Irène
    • Notre Républic--30.3
  • Aragon, Louis
    • Chanson àboire--30.7
    • La défense de l'infini--30.8-31.1
    • Futur antérieur--30.7
    • Les galeries Lafayette--30.7
    • Lettre au acommissaire--30.7
    • Poems translated by Nancy Cunard: 1934-1949--30.7
    • Recette pour mourir d'amour au tems du carnaval--30.7
  • Balayé, Geraldine
    • Chopin et Georges Sand--31.2
    • Great Women of France: Rivarole--31.2
    • Preface to Floraisons Tardives--31.2
    • Un regard sur la poesie Espagnole du XIII° au XX° siècles--31.2
    • Review of Poèmes àla France--31.2
  • Beeching, Jack
    • Never but Now--31.3
    • Poems: 1940-1944--31.3
    • Stop-gap--31.3
  • Boyle, Kay
    • Vu a Madrid au mois d'Aurie--31.4
    • Two Poems: A Communication to Nancy Cunard--31.4
  • Bradford, Joel
    • Review of The Yogi and the Commissar by Arthur Koestler--30.3
  • Brennan, Terence
    • Death Squads in Morocco--30.3
  • Beckett, Samuel
    • Whoroscope--30.3
  • Beltrán, Neftali
    • “Hoy me pondré a llorar por no mirarte...”--30.3
    • Sonnet in Yucatan--30.3
  • Benkovitz, Miriam J.
    • Ronald Firbank in New York--30.3
  • Boétie, Etiene de la
    • Sonnet “Sourdoigne, gloire des ans futurs”--30.3
  • Bowen, Arnold Vincent
    • Winterwards--30.3
  • Camino Galicio, Léon Felipe
    • Broken Ode--31.5
    • Espagne--31.5
  • Cañaberal, Andrés
    • Luchemos - con las armas que tenemos--31.6
    • Manuel y el Pirulin cuento pera Mayores--31.7
    • Los que quedamos--31.8-11
    • Poemas--32.1
    • Poems: 1961--31.6
    • El relato de un marido--31.6
    • El retorno de el hijo del Republicano--32.2
    • La quimera de una vida: Actoprimero--31.6
    • Tristes Palabras: Introduction--32.3
  • Cañas, Tomás
    • La condena y el indulto--32.4
    • Dialogo de dos condenados a cadena perpetua--32.5
  • Centro Español de Perpigñan
    • Momento of appreciation for her support--32.6
  • Chiang, Hsi-Tsěng
    • Our World--31.5
    • To N.C.--31.5
  • Church, Richard
    • The Englishman--31.5
  • Corbière, Tristan
    • Poems copied from Amours Jaunes--32.7
  • Crowder, Henry
    • As Wonderful as That? Henry Crowder's Memoir of his Affair with Nancy Cunard...”--32.8
  • Cuesta y Cuesta, Alfonso
    • La Chacra--31.5
  • Currey, R.N.
    • Training (R.A.O.C.T.U.)--31.5
  • Davenport, John
    • Norman Douglas: A Biographical Portrait--32.9
  • Desnos, Robert
    • Le legs, by Lucien Gallois--32.9
  • Dobzunski, Charles
    • Poems translated by Nancy Cunard--32.9
  • Dodgson, Charles Lutwidge
    • La chasse au Snark, translated by Louis Aragon
  • Douglas, Norman
    • Excerpts from Experiments--32.10
    • Fountains in the Sand--33.1
    • A Letter about Arusha--32.10
    • One Day--32.10
    • Report on the Pumice Stone Industry--32.10
  • Duff, Charles
    • Les celtes en Espagne et les Celt-Ibères en Irlande--33.2
    • Snatcher O'Toole, by Cahir O'Dobh--33.2
  • Durrell, Lawrence
    • Notes on letters--33.3
  • Eliot, Thomas Stearns
    • Gerontion--33.4
  • Eluard, Paul
    • Poems translated into English by Nancy Cunard, 1944-45--33.4
  • Emmet, Robert
    • Memoir of Robert Emmet--33.4
  • Gardoqui, Arturo
    • Chillan; 24 de Enero 1939--33.4
    • Poems; 1940--33.4
  • Gilbert, Morris
    • Notes on Poems for France--33.5
    • Poems--33.5
    • Route 6--33.4
  • Giner de los Rios, Francisco
    • La poesia Española del destierro en America--33.4
  • González Tuñon, Raul
    • Pasaporte bara un sueño--33.4
    • Poema para grabar en el borde de una lagrima--33.4
    • Las senoritas--33.4
  • Got, Armand
    • Revierie aux eyzies--33.4
  • Guillen, Nicolas
    • Spain; A Poem in Four Anguishes and One Hope--33.4
  • Hemingway, Leicester
    • The Hand of Hitler in the Caribbean--33.6
  • Hernandez, Miguel
    • El Refugiado--33.6
  • Hopkins, Kenneth
    • The Moods of Faustus--33.6
  • Hughes, Langston
    • August 19th: Scottsboro Death Date--33.7
    • My Career as a Writer--33.7
    • I, Too--33.7
    • Lecture re Too much of Race--33.7
    • Lecture re Writers, Words and the World--33.7
    • People without Shoes: the Haitian Masses--33.7
    • A Poem for Jacques Roumain--33.7
    • Poems
    • South Side: Chicago--33.7
    • Three poems translated by Hughes--33.7
  • Hutcheson, William
    • Wee Jock Mackie--33.6
    • Daffodils in Milngavie--33.6
  • Jacob, Max
    • Yellow Star of the Jews--33.6
  • Juin, Herbert
    • No pasarán--33.6
  • Katz, Pearl
    • The French Fleet--33.6
  • Laburu, Enrique
    • Interview re obligatory religious teaching in the schools of Spain--33.6
  • La Plana, Robert
    • The Last Vivas of the Spanish Republic in Barcelona--33.6
  • Lowenfels, Walter
    • An Old Socialist Misses the Soviet Dance Festival--33.6
    • Apollenaire, an elegy--33.6
    • Francois villon--33.6
    • Sonnet for the Poets of France--33.6
  • Martinez, --
    • Essay on French arts and letters during the German Occupation--33.8
  • Meyerstein, Edward Harry William
    • The Wood of Love--33.8
  • Michelet, Raymond
    • Two Germans, translated by N. Cunard--33.8
  • Moline, Roger
    • Poems--33.8
  • Monnerot, Jules
    • To Ferdinand Bonnier de la Chapelle, translated by N. Cunard--33.8
  • Moore, George
    • Letters to Lady Cunard--34.1
  • Mortimer, Raymond
    • Review of Le Crêve-Coeur by Aragon--33.8
    • Review of Les Yeux d'Elsa by Aragon--33.8
  • Navarro, Antonio de
    • Ode àManhã--33.8
  • Neruda, Pablo
    • Almeria--33.8
    • To the Mothers of the Dead Militia--33.8
  • Nichols, Robert
    • Sonnets to Aurelia--34.2
  • Olson, Ted
    • Hawk's Way--33.8
  • Patmore, Derek
    • Norman Douglas-His Place in Modern English--33.8
  • Peredo Valdés, Iblefonso
    • Scottsboro--33.8
  • Pickens, William
    • The House of Nancy Cunard--33.8
  • Pound, Ezra Loomis
    • A draft of XXX Cantos--33.8
    • Excerpts from Lustra--33.8
  • Riding, Laura
    • What to Say When the Spider--33.8
  • Robles, David
    • Crimen social Español--33.8
  • Rodriquez, Alvarez
    • “...Of the lad who married a shrew”--34.3
  • Roma, Juan Miguel
    • Palabras para Antonio Machado--34.4
    • Poems, 1944-1951--34.4
    • U vandido--34.4
  • Roumain, Jacques
    • Poems, 1937--34.5
  • Sadoul, Georges
    • The February 1934 Events in France--34.6
  • Saint-Hughes, Jeanne
    • Sabi un courmier--34.6
  • Scott, Geoffrey
    • Poems: 1923-1926--34.6
  • Sender, Ramón
    • Madrid--34.6
  • Senghor, Léopold Sédor
    • Que m'accompagnent kora et balafong--34.6
  • Senhouse, Roger
    • On the occasion of Norman Douglas' 80th birthday--34.6
  • Sharp, Harold
    • Spain, 1937--34.6
  • Stein, Sheila
    • Lire, c'est mourir un peu--34.6
  • Stokes, Sewell
    • Reminiscences of Ronald Firbank--34.6
  • Swingler, Randall
    • “A voice heard in Ramah...”--34.6
    • Paysage--34.6
    • The Sun Is Ours--34.6
  • Theis, Otto
    • “In San Marino...”--34.9
  • Toscano, Julian Blaine
    • El Aurora--34.9
    • Mi dialectica--34.9
    • El Rey Felipo y su amante antelia--34.9
  • Tzara, Tristan
    • La Vague--34.10
    • Lecture re Initiés et précurseurs: excerpts--34.10
    • Mouchoir de nuages--34.10
  • Unidentified Authors:
    • Anathema--30.2
    • A Commentary on the Crowning of Her Most Gracious Majesty Queen Elizabeth II--30.2
    • Descriptions of the First Viscount Tredigar--30.2
    • The Devil's Wife--30.2
    • Mr. E. Ibbetson James--30.2
    • Readjoyce for Joyce--30.2
    • “Si hoy a la voz de la pasion despiertos...”--30.2
    • Sonnet--30.2
    • The Twa Corbies--30.2
    • Two First-class Family Rows--30.2
  • Valle-Inclán, Ramon del
    • Blood-Bond--35.2
    • Drama Vulgar--35.1
    • Ligazón--35.1
  • Vansittart, Robert Gilbert
    • Lent, 1941--34.9
  • Villon, Francois
    • Copié de Francois Villon Oeuvres--34.9
  • Woolf, Cecil
    • Review of Pinorman by Richard Aldington and Grand Man by
    • Nancy Cunard--34.9
  • Yeats, William Butler
  • Excerpts from Last Poems and Plays--34.9

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