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Descriptive Summary

Biographical Sketch

Scope and Contents

Restrictions

Index Terms

Related Material

Administrative Information

Sources

Description of Series

Series I. James Joyce Writings and Correspondence, 1899-1958

Series II. Materials About Joyce and His Works, 1902-1968

Index

University of Texas, Harry Ransom Humanities Research Center

James Joyce:

An Inventory of His Collection at the Harry Ransom Center



Descriptive Summary

Creator Joyce, James, 1882-1941
Title James Joyce Collection
Dates: 1899-1968
Abstract Manuscripts and correspondence make up the bulk of the Collection. Part of the collection comprises original material, but most of the collection is material about Joyce, including research and criticism.
Extent 11 document boxes (4.58 linear feet), 5 galley folders, 7 oversize flat files
Language English.
Repository Harry Ransom Center University of Texas at Austin

Biographical Sketch

James Augustus Aloysius Joyce was born on February 2, 1882, in Rathgar, a borough of Dublin, Ireland, the eldest of ten children who survived infancy. In 1888 he was enrolled at Clongowes Wood College, a Jesuit boarding school near Dublin, where he stayed until 1891. Thereafter he attended Belvedere College, and then University College, Dublin, where he graduated in 1902 with a major in Italian. While at UCD Joyce wrote a paper in defense of Henrik Ibsen's drama called "Drama and Life," which was suppressed by the college president on moral grounds.

James Joyce's father, John Stanislaus Joyce, was a Cork man who had inherited enough property to ensure a comfortable living from rents, but his alcoholism led to a seemingly endless series of disasters which drove the family to abject poverty by the time young Joyce was mature. His mother, Mary Jane Murray, died of cancer soon after Joyce graduated from university; Joyce's autobiographical counterpart Ulysses, Stephen Dedalus, is haunted by her memory. Young James was his father's favorite; he in turn seemed to forgive his father's weaknesses. Many of James Joyce's fictional characters and stories are indebted to his father's humorous stories of Dublin and its pubs.

After graduation Joyce went to Paris to study medicine, but he had neither the funds to matriculate nor to pay for adequate food and lodging. He made little progress in his medical studies because he used his time to read widely in literature in preparation for his serious commitment to art. He returned to Dublin to be with his dying mother, and for some time was at loose ends. In 1904, perhaps on June 16, the day that Ulysses takes place, Joyce eloped with a chamber maid from Galway named Nora Barnacle, eventually accepting a position as a teacher of English at the Berlitz School in Trieste. There two children were born to the couple, Giorgio in 1906 and Lucia in 1907. (Joyce and Nora were not to be formally wed until 1931.)

Joyce's published work began to appear in 1907 with his slim volume of verse Chamber Music. A number of his Dubliners stories first appeared in the Irish Homestead while George Russell (AE) was editor. After considerable trouble with publishers fearing censorship, Joyce finally saw Dubliners appear as a collection of stories in 1914. It was soon followed by A Portrait of the Artist as a Young Man in 1916, and his career as a writer was launched. He had captured the attention and admiration of other writers, including the influential Ezra Pound.

In 1918 he published Exiles. What secured for Joyce the attention and respect of the literati was the appearance in periodical form of Ulysses, for it was apparent that no literary work remotely like it had ever been published. It is often said that Joyce reinvented each genre as he wrote in it, but as yet there seemed to be no genre into which Ulysses could fit. In 1922 Ulysses was published by Sylvia Beach of the Parisian bookstore Shakespeare & Co. Ulysses, which reconstructs a day in the life of a modern-day Jew in Dublin, patterned after the adventures of an epic hero of Greece, was itself written by a wanderer; the book was begun in Zurich and finished in Paris by an author who spoke to his family in Italian, who in 1941 would be laid to rest in a Swiss cemetery.

Joyce had a love-hate relationship with his native city, but in his entire literary career he never really wrote about any other place. He often said that if Dublin were destroyed he could recreate it from memory, street by street and shop by shop. However, after his elopement in 1904 he never lived there again, and visited infrequently. In 1915 he took his family from Trieste to Zurich in anticipation of the outbreak of war, returning to live in Trieste briefly at the end of World War I. In 1920, at the urging of Pound, he moved with his family to Paris.

Soon after the publication of Ulysses, Joyce began work on his final literary work Finnegans Wake, by far his most experimental and perplexing. Though it was not published as a unified entity until 1939, sections of it appeared in periodical form under its provisional title Work in Progress. During these years Joyce suffered from ocular problems and other medical difficulties. He underwent surgery eleven times and was often quite blind. Shortly after the publication of Finnegans Wake, World War II broke out in Europe and the Joyces left Paris for the south of France while awaiting permission to again enter Switzerland. Three weeks after their arrival in Zurich, Joyce underwent surgery for peritonitis, caused by a perforated duodenal ulcer. He lapsed into a coma and died early on January 13, 1941. He is buried in Fluntern Cemetery in Zurich beneath a statue of him by the American sculptor Milton Hebald.

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Scope and Contents

Manuscripts and correspondence make up the bulk of the James Joyce Collection, 1899-1968. Part of the collection comprises original Joyce material, but most of the collection is material about Joyce, including research and criticism. The material, therefore, is organized into two series: I. James Joyce Writings and Correspondence, 1899-1958 (4.8 boxes), and II. Materials About Joyce and His Works, 1902-1968 (6.2 boxes). This collection was previously accessible only through a card catalog, but has been re-cataloged as part of a retrospective conversion project.

Series I. is divided into three subseries. Subseries A. Works, consists of holograph drafts, typescripts, page proofs, printed pages, notes, and fragments of novels, poems, song lyrics, musical scores, limericks, and translations by Joyce. The Ransom Center has the complete and final first edition page proofs for Ulysses (1922), with the author's corrections and additions, as well as a typescript for the Ithaca episode, and page proofs of a translation into French by Auguste Morel. In the collection also are page proofs for Finnegans Wake (1939), including "Continuation of a Work in Progress," and "Tales Told of Shem and Shaun," and holograph drafts for Pomes Penyeach (1927), as well as other poems. Joyce provided the musical score for "Dark Rosaleen," and the text, from Finnegans Wake, for the musicals "May Song It Flourish" and "The Riverrun," and manuscripts for these works are present. A holograph draft of his translation into Italian of Riders to the Sea (1905) by J. M. Synge, is included here as well.

Subseries B. Correspondence, consists principally of letters regarding Joyce's literary work. Outgoing letters by Joyce were written to his London publisher Elkin Mathews, and Swiss publisher Daniel Brody; to editor Padraic Colum; to literary friends Richard Aldington, John Byrne, Edouard Dujardin, and Livia Veneziani Schmitz; to Irish tenor John Sullivan; to his Zurich pupil, Victor Sax; to his daughter Lucia Joyce, and to his aunt Josephine Murray. Incoming correspondence to Joyce amounts to three letters, from Maria Jolas, Al Laney, and G. Herbert Thring.

Subseries C. Personal Papers, consists of personal items relating to Joyce such as items withdrawn from books in his Trieste library, a receipt to him for the Swedish translation of The Dubliners (1931), two memoranda of agreement with Albatross Verlag and one with The Egoist, Ltd., and a report regarding an operation on Joyce's left eye by Dr. Alfred Vogt.

Series II. Materials About Joyce and His Works, consists of correspondence and manuscripts principally pertaining to Joyce. There are holograph drafts, typescripts, and galley proofs of James Joyce and the Making of Ulysses (1960), by Frank Budgen, as well as drafts of "James Joyce's Work in Progress and Old Norse Poetry,""Joyce's chapters of Going Forth by Day,""My Friend James Joyce," and "Further recollections of James Joyce."

John Francis Byrne is represented in this section with five holograph notebooks and galley proofs for his memoir Silent Years (1953), an address given at Cornell University in 1959, as well as numerous articles and a review of Richard Ellmann's James Joyce. Included also are four reviews of Silent Years, by Herbert Cahoon, Kuna Dolch, Richard Ellmann, and W. B. Ready. The extensive Byrne correspondence principally concerns Silent Years. Incoming letters to Byrne are from Robert Adams (of Cornell University), Sylvia Beach, Isabel MacGarry Crotty (an old friend), Richard Ellmann, Robert Giroux (of Harcourt, Brace and Company, Inc.), John Stanislaus Joyce, Lucia Joyce, and from several friends. There are also letters from Farrar, Straus & Young, Inc., and from authors Vivian Mercier, Francis and Hanna Sheehy-Skeffington, and Mabel Worthington, among others.

A typescript of a speech by Richard Ellmann, "James Joyce, Irish European," is here, as well as writings by Stuart Gilbert such as a biographical sketch on Joyce for the Dictionary of National Biography, page proofs for his James Joyce's Ulysses (1930), and a small folder of Joyceana. There are galley proofs for a review copy of My Brother's Keeper: James Joyce's Early Years (1958) by Stanislaus Joyce; numerous articles about Joyce or his writings by James Findlay Hendry, Helen Joyce, Lucie Leon, Josiah Mitchell Morse, Joseph Prescott, and Derek S. Savage, among others; transcriptions of radio broadcasts for the B.B.C. on Joyce by W. R. Rodgers and James Stephens; and musical scores for "The Leaden Echo and the Golden Echo" and "May Song It Flourish" by J. Willard Roosevelt. In addition to these writings referring to Joyce are several political articles by Francis and Hanna Sheehy-Skeffington.

In addition to the letters already mentioned in this Series are letters from Byrne's wife, Gertrude, as well as letters from Sylvia Beach, Stuart Gilbert, Harriet Weaver, Edward Titus, Herbert Thring, and others.

For further information see Joyce at Texas: Essays on the James Joyce Materials at the Humanities Research Center by Dave Oliphant and Thomas Zigal, Austin, 1983, a complete issue of The Library Chronicle devoted to James Joyce. For information on the Trieste library see Catalogue of James Joyce's Trieste Library by Michael Gillespie, Austin, 1986. A published facsimile of the page proofs of Ulysses is available for patron use.

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Restrictions

Access

Open for research except for the Ulysses page proofs which can be circulated only to scholars having a specific and compelling need to consult the original proofs. A published facsimile of the page proofs of Ulysses is available for patron use.

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Index Terms

Correspondents
Brody, Daniel
Brudgen, Frank, 1882-1971
Byrne, John Francis, 1880-
Ellmann, Richard, 1918-
Gilbert, Stuart
Schmitz, Livia (Veneziani), 1874-1957
Sheehy-Skeffington, Francis, 1878-1916
Sheehy-Skeffington, Hanna
Sullivan, John
Farrar, Straus and Young
Subjects
Authors, Irish--20th century
Novelists, Irish--20th century
Ireland in literature
Document Types
Christmas cards
Contracts
Financial records
Galley proofs
Postcards
Scores

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Related Material

Elsewhere in the Ransom Center are nine Vertical File folders which contain several maps of Ireland, postcards and articles about the Irish rebellion of 1916 and other related political matters, reviews and press notices of Joyce's works, exhibition catalogs, publishers advertisements, a wood block with type set for Ulysses, and articles and obituaries following Joyce's death. The Art Collection holds busts of Joyce by Sava Botzaris and Jo Davidson, as well as sculptures, paintings, and drawings by George Barker, Frank Budgen, Zdzislaw Czermanski, Desmond Harmsworth, Augustus John, Harry Kernoff, Wyndham Lewis, Ivan Opffer, A. L. Price, Louis Sargent, and Schoor. Several photos of Joyce can be found in the Photography Collection. The Ransom Center is also home to the 564 volumes from Joyce's Trieste library, formed between 1904 and 1920.

Other manuscripts and letters by Joyce can be found in the collections of Edouard Dujardin, Morris Ernst, Stuart Gilbert, Oliver St. John Gogarty, the James Joyce/Lake collection, Christopher Morley, PEN, John Rodker, Evelyn Scott, Maurice Saillet, and Thornton Wilder.

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Administrative Information

Acquisition

Purchases and gifts, 1965-1997 (R2390, R2738, R3529, R3732, R4102, R4591, R5077, R5251, R8842, R8845, R11542, R11922, R12027, R12505, R13490, G10713)

Processed by

Sally M. Nichols, 1998

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Sources

Ellmann, Richard. James Joyce (New York: Oxford University Press, 1982).

Dictionary of Literary Biography, v. 36 (Detroit, Michigan: Gale Research Co., 1985).

Dictionary of Literary Biography, v. 162 (Detroit, Michigan: Gale Research Co., 1996).

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Folder List

 

Series I. James Joyce Writings and Correspondence, 1899-1958

Subseries A. Works, 1899-1958
box folder
1 1 Untitled poem, O, it is cold..., nd,
2pp
"Dark Rosaleen," music by James Joyce (1899), so recalled by Cranley words by James Clarence Mangan, 1958,
2pp [removed to Oversize Flat Files]
box folder
1 2 Finnegans Wake, "Continuation of a Work in Progress," page proof fragments, 18pp; page proof fragments with corrections and markings, 1928,
8pp
"Goldenhair," poem from Chamber Music set to music by T. W. Southam, 1949,
4 pp [removed to Oversize Flat Files]
box folder
1 3 Limerick, "There is a young gallant named Sax...," nd,
1p
"May Song it Flourish," music by J. Willard Roosevelt and words from Finnegans Wake by James Joyce
Two holograph musical scores, of which one is vocal score, nd
[removed to Oversize Flat Files]
Photographed musical score, bound, nd
[removed to Oversize Flat Files]
"Molly Bloomagain," song lyrics, nd,
1p [on verso of letter to Mr. Martinez, folder 2.3]
box folder
1 4 Notes on St. Paul, nd,
1p
Pastimes of James Joyce, 1941,
holograph photocopy, 7 pp; typescript and carbon copy of introductory material, 3pp; proof of introductory material, 3pp; proof copy, 3pp [removed to Oversize Flat Files]
box folder
1 5 Pomes Penyeach (1927), nd,
5pp
6 "The Riverrun," for speaker and orchestra, words by James Joyce from Finnegans Wake, and music by Humphrey Searle, 1951,
47pp
7 Synge, J. M., Riders to the Sea (1905), translated into Italian by James Joyce and Nicolo Vidacovich, nd,
26pp
8 "Tales Told of Shem and Shaun," proof with corrections and revisions, nd
9 "To Mrs. Herbert Gorman Who Complains that Her Visitors Kept Late Hours," 1931,
1p
Ulysses (1922)
box folder
1 10 Ithaca episode, typescript, nd,
1p
Schema, 1921
Typescript on four leaves pasted together to make one long sheet [removed to Galley Files]
Carbon copy typescript on four leaves pasted together to make one long sheet [removed to Galley Files]
Complete and final page proofs with the author's autograph corrections, emendations, and additions, and signed notes by Joyce and Sylvia Beach
[housed separately in three custom made document cases, with gatherings in separate folders]
box folder
1 11 Translated into French by Auguste Morel, page proofs with corrections by Stuart Gilbert, 1928,
870pp
12 "Watching the Needleboats at San Sabba," poem, 1913,
1p
Subseries B. Correspondence, 1903-1939
Outgoing Correspondence, 1903-1939
box folder
1 13 Unidentified; A-I, 1903-1940, nd
14 Bollach, Miss, 1925
15 Bonner, Eugene, 1924
box folder
2 1 Brody, Daniel, 1931-1933
2 Colum, Padraic, 1912
3 J-Z, 1905-1940, nd
4-5 Schmitz, Livia Veneziani, 1929-1939
6 Sullivan, John, 1932
7 Incoming Correspondence, Unidentified and A-Z, 1929, nd
Subseries C. Personal Papers, 1907-1932
box folder
2 8 Book withdrawals from Trieste library
9 France. Customs Bureau, receipt to James Joyce for Swedish translation of The Dubliners, 1931
Memoranda of Agreement between James Joyce and
Albatross Verlag re
box folder
2 10 The Dubliners, 1931,
1p
10 Ulysses, two copies, 1932,
3pp and 1p
11 The Egoist, Ltd. re Ulysses, 1920,
3pp
12 Postal deposit book from Trieste, 1907-1912
Signature and address on small card, nd
box folder
2 13 Vogt, Dr. Alfred, report re operation on left eye, 1930,
1p

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Series II. Materials About Joyce and His Works, 1902-1968

box folder
2 14 A-Z correspondence, 1915-1968
Unidentified authors
box folder
2 15 List of Joyce items, nd,
1p
15 Notes on Irish political forces, nd,
4pp
15 Notes on Ulysses, nd,
4pp
15 Opinions of Sant-Andrea and Gerber, nd,
1p
16 Abercrombie, Lascelles (and others), Protest against unauthorized publication of Ulysses by Samuel Roth, 1927,
1p
Beach, Sylvia
box folder
2 17 Correspondence, 1926-1929
Printed protest against Samuel Roth's edition of Ulysses and typed carbon copy list of signers, 1927
[bound with letter to Ettore Schmitz, folder 2.10]
Budgen, Frank
James Joyce and the Making of Ulysses (1960)
box folder
3 1 Correspondence, nd
2-5 Holograph and typescript miscellaneous notes, early chapters, all with extensive revisions, 1933
6-8 Holograph with extensive revisions, 1933,
348pp
box folder
4 1-5 Typescript and carbon copy with emendations, 1933
Galley proof with extensive corrections and revisions, nd,
1p [removed to Galley Files]
box folder
4 6 "James Joyce's Work in Progress and Old Norse Poetry," nd,
13pp
7 Joyce's chapters of Going Forth by Day, nd,
32pp
8 List of names to receive review copies of one of his books, nd,
2pp
9 My Friend James Joyce, nd
10 Further recollections of James Joyce, nd,
21pp
11 Notes on some correspondences between Joyce's Finnegans Wake and the Egyptian Book of the Dead, 1955,
holograph with revisions, 5pp; typescript with corrections, 4pp
12 Symbols in Finnegans Wake, nd,
1p
box folder
5 1 Byrne, Gertrude, correspondence, 1954-1955
Byrne, John Francis
box folder
5 2 Outgoing correspondence, 1917-1959
Incoming correspondence
box folder
5 3 A-L, 1909-1959
4 Adams, Robert M., 1959
5 Ellmann, Richard, 1953-1958
6 Farrar, Straus & Young, 1952-1955
7 M-Z, 1908-1959
8 Sheehy-Skeffington, Francis, 1910-1915
box folder
6 1 Untitled article on war situation, 1915,
6pp
A-P
box folder
6 2 Address given... at Cornell University, typescript with revisions, and carbon copy of revised version, 1959,
26pp each
2 "List of names requested in items 20 & 21 in your questionnaire," nd,
4pp
2 Notebook, 1940-1941,
8pp
2 A Parable in Gold by J.F. Renby, pseud., nd,
13pp
2 Preparedness, 1915,
15pp
Receipts, financial statements, certificates
box folder
6 3 Catholic University of Ireland, three printed receipts, 1903-1905
3 Farrar, Straus and Young, Inc., royalty statement to John F. Byrne and Gertrude Rodman Byrne, 1954
3 Ireland, Branch Medical Council, certificate of registration for John Francis Byrne, 1902,
1p
3 The National University of Ireland, certification of record for John F. Byrne, 1923,
1p
4 Review of James Joyce by Richard Ellmann, 1959,
two typescripts with revisions and additions, 6pp each; carbon copy final draft with emendations, 9pp
5 The Road to Hell, nd,
4pp
Silent Years (1953)
box folder
6 6-7 Five holograph notebooks, nd,
8 Blurb, typescript with revisions, 1953,
1p
9 Memorandum re, 1953,
1p
Galley proofs with corrections, nd,
109pp [removed to Galley Files]
T-Z
box folder
6 10 Tammany Hall, nd,
12pp
10 The Throne of Chaos, 1917,
holograph draft with revisions, 10pp; typescript with emendations, 18pp
10 War or Peace?, 1916,
3pp
C-E
box folder
6 11 Cahoon, Herbert, review of Silent Years by J. F. Byrne, 1953,
1p
11 Davis, Ronald, bill of sale to Edward W. Titus for the works of Paul Verlaine and Ulysses, 1927
11 Dolch, Kuna, review of Silent Years by J. F. Byrne, 1953,
1p
Eglington, John, Extract from "Irish Letter," nd,
2pp [with letter from Harriet Weaver, in folder 3.4]
box folder
6 11 Ellmann, Richard
11 "James Joyce, Irish European," speech, 1966,
10pp
11 Review of Silent Years by J. F. Byrne, 1954
11 "Portrait of the Artist's Friend," carbon copy typescript, 1954,
3pp
Galley proofs [removed to Galley Files]
Gilbert, Stuart
box folder
6 12 Correspondence, 1949, nd
13 "It is an interesting experience to visit one of the great art museums in the company of an expert...," nd,
3pp
14 James Joyce: a biographical sketch written for the Dictionary of National Biography, bound, nd,
5pp
15 James Joyce's Ulysses(1930), page proof, bound and boxed,
395pp
Joyceana
box folder
6 16 Introduction to his edition of Letters of James Joyce holograph with revisions, (1957), nd,
83pp
16 "The Wanderings of Ulysses," proofs of article, nd,
7pp
16 Four letters and postcards from Stanislaus Joyce
box folder
7 1 Notes sent during translation of Ulysses into French to M. August Morel, nd
2 Hendry, James Findlay, "The Element of Myth in James Joyce," 1945,
15pp
3 Joyce, Helen, "Portrait of the Artist by His Daughter-in-Law," nd,
14pp
4 Joyce, Stanislaus, My Brother's Keeper: James Joyce's Early Years (1958), galley proofs for review copy, nd,
186pp
5 Lennon, Michael J., "James Joyce," nd,
17pp
6 Leon, Lucie, "The Story of a Friendship (James Joyce and Paul L. Leon)," by Lucie Noel, pseud., 1948-1949,
42pp
7 Liddy, James, "Esau, My Kingdom for a Drink: Homage to James Joyce on His LXXX Birthday," 1962,
14pp
8 Morse, Josiah Mitchell, "The Sympathetic Alien; James Joyce and Catholicism," 1954-1955?,
109pp
O-Rob
box folder
7 9 O'Gorman, James A. and others, petition to the government of the Irish Free State, nd,
1p
9 Prescott, Joseph
"James Joyce," biography for Encyclopaedia Britannica, typescript, (1947),
4pp; corrected page proofs, 2pp
"James Joyce's Ulysses as a Work in Progress," 1944,
3pp
box folder
7 9 Ready, W. B., review of Silent Years by J. F. Byrne, clipping, 1954
9 Roberts,?, extract from Roberts' article on Ulysses published in the Colophon 1936,
1p
10 Rodgers, W. R., "Portrait of James Joyce," B.B.C. radio broadcast, 1950,
78pp
Roosevelt, J. Willard
"The Leaden Echo and the Golden Echo"
Holograph musical scores with words by Gerard Manley Hopkins, [score removed to Oversize Flat Files] nd
box folder
7 11 Score in notebook
"May Song It Flourish," instrumental parts, holograph in hand of Donald Pegago, nd
[removed to Oversize Flat Files]
box folder
7 12 Schwartz, Jacob, correspondence from Stanislaus Joyce, (removed from PR 6019 O9 D8 1914 cop,2 HRC) 1951
13 Savage, Derek S., James Joyce, bound, nd,
68pp
14 Shaw, George Bernard, power of attorney for legal proceedings, 1919,
1p
Sheehy-Skeffington, Francis
box folder
8 1 Correspondence, 1914-1915, nd
1 "English Militarism in Ireland," 1915,
61pp
1 "A Forgotten Small Nationality: Ireland and the War," 1915,
3pp
1 "The Grand Duke of Ireland: Mr. John Redmond's Strategic Retirement," 1915,
4pp
1 "Labor and the War: How It Stands in Ireland and England," 1915,
9pp
1 "Redmond's New Stand," 1915,
4pp
1 "Speech from the Dock," nd,
12pp
Sheehy-Skeffington, Hanna
box folder
8 2 Correspondence, 1922
2 "British Militarism As I Have Known It," nd,
21pp
3 Spoerri, James Fuller, "The Odyssey Press edition of James Joyce's Ulysses," 1954,
4pp
Stephens, James
Broadcasts for the B.B.C.
box folder
8 4 "Ariel in Wartime--Obituary on James Joyce," 1941,
5pp
5 "The James Joyce I Knew," 1946,
5pp
6 Readings from Finnegans Wake, 1947,
6pp
7 "The James Joyce I Knew," nd,
1p
8 "Written for James Joyce on Our Mutual Birthday, 2nd February," poem, nd,
1p
Tindall, William Y.
box folder
8 9-10 James Joyce: A Study, typescript with emendations, 1958-1959,
325pp
11 Review of Joyce et Mallarmé by David Hayman, nd

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 Index of Correspondents 

Index entries followed by the notation (from Joyce) indicate people to whom Joyce wrote. Box and folder numbers followed by a number in parenthesis indicate the number of items by (or to) that person. No parenthetical notation indicates there is just one item. So in the example

Byrne, John Francis, 1880- --1.13 (6 from Joyce), 5.2 (78)

there are six items from Joyce in box 1, folder 13; and 78 items from Byrne in box 5, folder 2.

  • Adams, Robert M., 1926- --5.4 (5)
  • Aldington, Richard, 1892-1962--1.13 (from Joyce)
  • America--5.3 (2)
  • Bax, Arnold, 1883-1953--1.13 (from Joyce)
  • Beach, Sylvia--2.17 (3)
  • Bollach, Miss--1.14 (from Joyce)
  • Bonner, Eugene, 1889-1983--1.15 (from Joyce)
  • Breit, Harvey--5.3 (2)
  • Brennan, J.--5.3
  • Brody, Daniel--2.1 (20 from Joyce)
  • Budgen, Frank, 1882-1971--3.1
  • Buss, Kate--1.13 (from Joyce)
  • Byng, Julian Hedworth George Byng, Viscount, 1862-1935--5.3
  • Byrne, Gertrude--1.13 (3 from Joyce), 5.1 (4), 5.2 (filed with Byrne, John Francis)
  • Byrne, John Francis, 1880- --1.13 (6 from Joyce), 5.2 (78)
  • Camber, Irene--2.8
  • Century Publishers--5.3
  • Coffey, Denis J.--5.3
  • Cohalan, Daniel F.--5.3
  • Colum, Padraic--2.2 (2 from Joyce)
  • Crotty, Isabel MacGarry--5.3 (4)
  • Curti, Arthur--2.14
  • Darantière, Maurice--1.13 (from Joyce)
  • Delimata, Bozeira--2.14
  • Dillon, John (London)--5.3
  • Dublin Book Agency--2.14 (4)
  • Dujardin, Edouard, 1861-1949--1.13 (3 from Joyce)
  • Dulanty, John Whelan--1.13 (from Joyce)
  • Ellmann, Richard, 1918- --5.5 (36)
  • Emmet, Thomas Addis, 1828-1919--5.3
  • Farrar, Straus and Cudahy--5.3
  • Farrar, Straus and Young--5.1 (8), 5.6 (23)
  • Fogarty, Christopher P.--5.3
  • Friedman, William F. (William Frederick), 1891-1969--5.3 (2)
  • Gilbert, Stuart--6.12 (2)
  • Hackett, Felix Edward, 1882- --5.3
  • Harcourt, Brace and Company--2.14, 5.3 (3)
  • Hinkson, Katharine Tynan--See Tynan, Katharine
  • Jolas, M.--2.7
  • Joyce, James, 1943- --2.8
  • Joyce, John Stanislaus, 1849-1931--5.3
  • Joyce, Lucia--2.3 (3 from Joyce), 5.3 (4)
  • Joyce, Stanislaus--6.16 (4), 7.12 (2)
  • Kennedy, Joseph (Incorporated Stage Society)--2.3 (from Joyce)
  • Kerrigan, Sarsfield--5.3
  • Kettle, Mrs. Thomas--2.3 (from Joyce)
  • Kim, Chong-Keun--2.14
  • Laney, Al, 1896- --2.7, 5.3
  • Laubenstein, Arthur--2.3 (2 from Joyce)
  • Léon, Paul L. (Paul Léopoldovitch), 1893-1942?--5.3 (2)
  • Lidderdale, Jane--2.14
  • MacManus, Seumas, 1869-1960--5.7 (3)
  • MacNeill, John, 1867-1945--5.7 (3)
  • Magennis, William--5.7
  • Maillard, Georges--2.14
  • Marshall--5.7
  • Martin, J. Kingsley--2.3 (from Joyce)
  • Martinez, Mr.--2.3 (from Joyce)
  • Mary Gabriel Joseph, Sister--5.7
  • Mason, Ellsworth--5.7
  • Mathews, Elkin, 1851-1921--2.3 (3 from Joyce)
  • Mercier, Vivian, 1919- --5.7 (4)
  • Moeran, E. J. (Ernest John), 1894-1950--2.3 (from Joyce)
  • Monro, F. Lionel--2.14
  • Moseley, Virginia Douglas, 1917- --5.7
  • Murray, Josephine--2.3 (from Joyce)
  • Nathan, Matthew, Sir, 1862-1939--2.14 (2)
  • New York Times--5.7 (2)
  • O'Connor, Ulick--5.7
  • O'Flaherty, Gerard--5.7 (2)
  • Ogden, C. K. (Charles Kay), 1889-1957--2.3 (from Joyce)
  • O'Gorman, James A.--5.7
  • Reddin, Kenneth Sheils, 1895- --2.14
  • Reynolds, James, 1891- --5.7
  • Richards, Grant--2.3 (from Joyce)
  • Rogers, Giorgio--2.3 (from Joyce)
  • Sax, Victor--2.3 (8 from Joyce)
  • Sax, Mrs. Victor--2.3 (7 from Joyce)
  • Schmitz, Livia (Veneziani), 1874-1957--2.4-5 (5 from Joyce), 2.14
  • Sheehy, Eugene--5.7
  • Sheehy, Mrs.--2.3 (from Joyce)
  • Sheehy-Skeffington, Francis, 1878-1916--5.8 (19), 8.1 (4)
  • Sheehy-Skeffington, Hanna--5.7 (6), 8.2 (2)
  • Skeffington, J. B.--5.7
  • Slocum, John J.--5.7
  • Sotheby & Company, London--2.14
  • Sullivan, John (tenor)--2.6 (7 from Joyce)
  • Thring, George Herbert, 1859-1941--2.3 (from Joyce), 2.7, 2.14
  • Titus, Edward W., 1880- --2.14
  • Tynan, Katharine, 1861-1931--2.3 (from Joyce)
  • Unidentified authors--2.8 (2)
  • Unidentified recipients--1.13 (4 from Joyce)
  • Weaver, Harriet Shaw--2.14
  • Whitman, Ransom and Coulson--2.14
  • Wolfe, Humbert, 1885-1940--2.14
  • Worthington, Mabel Parker, 1912- --5.7 (4)
  • Zahn, Mabel A.--2.14

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