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Biographical Sketch

Scope and Contents

Restrictions

Index Terms

Administrative Information

Description of Series

I. Works, 1911-1931

II. Correspondence, 1888-1931

III. Personal Papers, 1909-1954

IV. Helen O'Hara Harris, 1914-1955

V. Third Party Works and Correspondence, 1903-1955

Index

Index

University of Texas, Harry Ransom Humanities Research Center

Frank Harris:

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



Creator: Harris, Frank 1855-1931
Title: Frank Harris Collection
Dates: 1888-1955
Abstract: The Harris collection is composed of personal correspondence to and from Harris, as well as manuscripts, legal documents, account books, and financial papers. Also present are a number of lists, notes, interviews, and personal papers. The collection contains works and correspondence written by people associated with Harris.
RLIN Record #: TXRC02-A4
Extent: 10 boxes (4.2 linear feet), 1 galley folder
Repository: Harry Ransom Humanities Research Center The University of Texas at Austin

Biographical Sketch

James Thomas Harris was born in Galway, Ireland, in 1856, the fourth of five children. After the early death of their mother, Harris was raised largely by his siblings before his father, a commander in the British Coast Guard, sent him to school in Wales. Harris ran away from school in 1871 and sailed to America.

Between 1871 and 1872 Harris worked as a bootblack, construction worker, hotel clerk, and possibly as a cowboy. He traveled from New York to Chicago and ended up in Lawrence, Kansas, in 1872, where two of his brothers had settled. While Harris worked in his brothers' butcher shop and attended lectures at the University of Kansas he met and was influenced by Byron Smith, a promising young classics professor with an interest in Karl Marx. Harris placed enough importance on his association with Smith to change his name as an indication of a sort of rebirth. From that time on he was known as Frank Harris.

Harris briefly returned to England in 1875 before leaving for Europe where he began an educational tour. He began at the Sorbonne in Paris, and then moved on to Heidelberg, Göttingen, and Munich. In 1878 he married Florence Adams, of Brighton. Following her death ten months later, Harris took an extended tour of Italy, Greece, Austria, Russia, and Ireland.

Upon returning to England Harris actively pursued a writing career. After publishing a few reviews and articles he gained the post of editor at The Evening News in 1883. Three years later, he was appointed editor of the Fortnightly Review, a leading and respected journal. Harris married a wealthy widow, took a fine house, and entertained lavishly. He made a brief, unsuccessful foray into politics in 1889 as the Conservative candidate for South Hackney. While Harris enjoyed his success, wealth, and notoriety, he never really fit into the upper crust Victorian society he had entered. He and his wife legally separated in 1894 (they never divorced), the same year Harris was fired from the Fortnightly Review.

Harris' reaction to this change in fortune was to purchase the Saturday Review and turn it into a first rate literary magazine. He published his first book of short stories 1895. Despite the success of his book and magazine, Harris's personal financial situation was declining. In 1898 he sold the Review and, after failing in the hotel and restaurant business, published his second book of short stories in 1900. Over the next several years Harris pursued editorial jobs, traveled, and wrote. He attained some acclaim for The Women of Shakespeare (1911) and Oscar Wilde (1916). At the same time he was gaining notoriety as a German sympathizer and a man of loose moral character.

In 1914 Harris sailed to America with Helen (Nellie) O'Hara, his mistress since 1898. In America Harris continued writing, published two volumes of Contemporary Portraits, and edited the American Pearson's magazine. In 1921 he and Nellie became American citizens and shortly thereafter returned to Europe. Harris published the first volume of his autobiography in Berlin, however the volumes were seized by customs officials when he tried to bring them into France. In 1923 Harris and Nellie settled more or less permanently in Nice. He continued to write and publish short stories, and produced two more volumes of Contemporary Portraits. In 1927 his second wife died and he married Nellie O'Hara.

The remaining years of Harris' life were spent in ill health and reduced circumstances. He published On the Trail: Being My Reminiscences as a Cowboy and his final novel Pantopia in 1930. That same year he contracted to write a biography of George Bernard Shaw, based on his personal knowledge of the man and with Shaw's agreement. Harris died in 1931, shortly before the Shaw biography was published.

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Scope and Contents

The Frank Harris Collection, 1888-1955, comprises a large amount of correspondence, as well as manuscripts, passports, and legal documents. The collection is organized into five series: Series I. Works, 1911-1931 (1.5 boxes); Series II. Correspondence, 1888-1931, (3 boxes); Series III. Personal Papers, 1909-1954, (.5 boxes); Series IV. Helen O'Hara Harris, 1914-1955 (4 boxes); and Series V. Third Party Works and Correspondence, 1903-1955 (1 box). This collection was previously accessible through a card catalog, but has been re-cataloged as part of a retrospective conversion project.

Series I contains typescripts for the fifth volume of Harris' autobiography and The New Commandment as well as hand written and typescript versions of several short stories. Notes and fragments are also present for biographies of George Bernard Shaw and Oscar Wilde. A complete list of Harris' works present in the collection is available in the Index of Works at the end of this guide.

The large Correspondence series is largely composed of personal letters to and from Harris, though many of Harris' business deals were tied up with personal matters and thus the letters are hard to classify. Correspondents of particular interest include Reginald Caton, Henry Davray, Helen O'Harris, George Bernard Shaw, Reginald Turner, and Louis Wilkinson. Some of the correspondence is written in French. A complete list of correspondents in this series is available in the Index of Correspondents at the end of this guide.

Series III, Personal Papers, is made up of account books, financial papers, legal documents, and passports. Also present are a number of lists, notes, and interviews.

The Helen (Nellie) O'Hara Harris series is made up of a few works by O'Hara and a great deal of correspondence, mostly to her. The few letters from O'Hara are interfiled. Her correspondents include many of the same people who wrote to her husband, as well as Harold Auer, Curtis Brown, Edward Root, Abe Tobin, and Lady Warwick. A complete list of correspondents in this series is available in the Index of Correspondents at the end of this guide. Additionally there are a few personal papers, including legal documents, passports, and diaries.

The final series is made up of works and correspondence written by people associated with Harris. A complete list of works present in this series is available in the Index of Works and a complete list of correspondents in this series is available in the Index of Correspondents at the end of this guide.

Elsewhere in the Ransom Center are five Vertical Files of printed works by Harris, critical commentary of Harris' work, and newspaper clippings. The Literary Files of the Photography Collection hold 20 photographs of Harris, Nellie and various other friends and family. Other materials associated with Harris may be found in the following collections at the Ransom Center:

  • Beerbohm, Max
  • Bennett, A.
  • Bermondsey Book
  • Browning, O.
  • Craig, E.G.
  • Crowley, Aleister
  • De la Ramée, L.
  • Dilke, C.W.
  • Douglas, Alfred Bruce, Lord
  • Dowden, E.
  • Dreiser, Theodore
  • Dunsany, Edward John
  • Galsworthy, John
  • Garnett, E.
  • Gosse, E.W.
  • Hubbard, E.
  • Huddleston, S. (Lake Collection)
  • LeGallienne, Richard
  • Mansfield, K.
  • Maugham, William Somerset
  • Mencken, Henry Louis
  • Meredith, G.
  • Moore, George
  • Morley, Christopher Darlington
  • Morley, John
  • Murry, John Middleton
  • Orpen, William, Sir
  • Parker, Gilbert, Sir
  • Pater, W.H.
  • Queensberry, P.S.D.
  • Richards, Grant
  • Roché, H.P. (Lake Collection)
  • Russell, George William
  • Schreiner, Olive
  • Shaw, George Bernard
  • Sinclair, Upton Beall
  • Swinburne, A.C.
  • Tyndall, John
  • Tyrrell, R.Y.
  • Watts-Dunton, T.
  • Wells, Herbert George
  • Whistler, J.A.M.
  • Wilde, Oscar
  • Yeats, William Butler

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Restrictions

Access:

Open for research

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Index Terms

People
Auer, Harold C.
Bruno, Guido, 1884-1942
Caton, Reginald Ashley, 1897-1971
Cochran, Evelyn
Davray, Henry D., 1873-1944
Dowling, Allan, 1903-
Goldman, Emma, 1869-1940
Harris, Helen O'Hara
Holland, Vyvyan Beresford, 1886-1967
Kennerley, Mitchell, 1878-1950
Macedo, Elizabeth B. de.
Pearson, Hesketh, 1889-1964
Pollock, Granville A.
Roots, Edward Merrill, 1895-1973
Ross, Author Leonard
Scully, Frank, 1892-1964
Shaw, Bernard, 1856-1950
Tobin, A. I.
Turner, Reginald, 1869?-1939
Vallentin, Antonia, 1893-1957
Vernon, Madeleine
Warwick, Frances Evelyn Maynard Grayville, Countess of, 1861-1933
Wilkinson, Louis, 1881-1966
Young, Filson, 1876-1938
Organizations
Compagnie Generale
Curtis Brown Ltd.
Perowne & Co.
Subjects
Authors, English
Authors, English, 20th century, Biography
Autobiography
Shaw, Bernard, 1856-1950
Wilde, Oscar, 1854-1900
Document Types
Galley proofs
Legal documents

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Administrative Information

URL:

http://www.hrc.utexas.edu/research/fa/harris.frank.html

Acquisition:

Purchases, 1957-1974 (R189, R2722, R3350, R5180, R6495)

Processed by:

Chelsea Dinsmore, 2002

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Frank Harris Collection--Folder List

 

I. Works, 1911-1931

Box Folder
1 1 A-R
2 Life of Bernard Shaw, 1931,
typescript copies of letters and fragments.
My Life and Loves
Box Folder
1 3 Holograph and typescript fragments with author revisions, n.d.,
12pp.
4 Vol. 2, holograph notes and prospectus, printed prospectus from Vol. 1, 7 pp.
5-8 Vol. 5, four typescript versions with author revisions, includes holograph chapters and notes, n.d.
Box Folder
2 1-2 The New Commandment, five typescript copies and seven loose pages, n.d.
3 S-Z
4 The Tom Cat: An Apologue,
bound printed and typescript versions with author revisions.

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II. Correspondence, 1888-1931

Box Folder
2 5 Unidentified
6 A-B
7 Alice, Princess of Monaco
8 Barbusse, Henri
9 Bruno, Guido
10 C-D
11 Caton, Reginald A.
Box Folder
3 1 Churchill, Winston, Sir
2 Davray, Henry
3 Dowling, Allen
4 E-K
5 Goldman, Emma
6 Gornall, Lola
Harris, Helen (Nellie) O'Hara
Box Folder
3 7 1905-1914; n.d.
8 1915
9 1916-1921
10 1922
Box Folder
4 1 1923-1924
2 1925-1929
3 Holland, Vyvyan Beresford
4 Kennerley, Mitchell
5 L-N
6 O-Q
7 Patmore, Coventry
8 R
9 Ross, Robert Baldwin
10 S-T
Box Folder
5 1 Shaw, George Bernard
2 Turner, Reginald
3 U-Z
4 Wilkinson, Louis

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III. Personal Papers, 1909-1954

Box Folder
5 5 Account book, small datebook with financial notes, 1923.
6 Financial papers, 1909-1954.
7 Interviews re: copyright, 1927-1929.
8 Legal documents, 1909-1931.
9 Lists and notes, 1926-1952.
10 Passports and U.S. citizenship petition, 1921-1929.
11 Various envelopes.

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IV. Helen O'Hara Harris, 1914-1955

Works, 1933-1951.
Box Folder
6 1 A-L
2 M-Z
Diaries, 1924-1945.
Box Folder
6 3 Fragments, 1924-1945.
4 1931 Jan.-Aug.
5 1931 Oct.-1932 Aug.
6 1936 June-Sept.
7 Legal documents, 1929-1935.
Correspondence, 1914-1955.
Box Folder
6 8 Unidentified
9 "Muriel"
10 "Rose"
Box Folder
7 1 A-B
2 Auer, Harold C.
3 Boucher, Arthur G.
4 C
5 Cochran, Evelyn
6 Curtis Brown Ltd.
7 D-H
8 Eckstein, Emmy
9 I-L
10 Lolloredo, Aimée L.
Box Folder
8 1 M-P
2-3 Macedo, Elizabeth B. de
4 McKay, Frederic Edward
5 Perowne & Co.
6 R
7 Root, Edward Merrill
8-9 Ross, Arthur Leonard
10 S-T
Box Folder
9 1 Stack, Norah
2 Thomson, Raymond L.
3 Tobin, Abe I.
4 Tossounoff, Nicolas Tossouniande
5 U-Z
6 Vernon, Madeleine
7 Warwick, Frances Evelyn
8 Wirth, Frederick
9 Address Books
10 Lists
11 Passports, 1933-1950.

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V. Third Party Works and Correspondence, 1903-1955

Box Folder
10 1 A-C; Unidentified
2 Bernhardt, Sarah
3 D-H
4 I-Q
5 Legal agreements, 1913-1932
6 R-Z
7 Tobin, Abe I., Table Talks with Frank Harris, 1933,
typescripts, 168pp.

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 Frank Harris Collection--Index of Correspondents 

Names in bold appear in the RLIN record.

  • Ainslee's Magazine--10.1
  • Albert I, Prince of Monaco, 1848-1922--2.5
  • Alcedo, J.J., Mrs.--7.1
  • Alexander, Shepard--7.1
  • Alice, Princess of Monaco--2.6
  • Alker, Ralph--2.5
  • Allen, J.A.--2.5
  • American Church of the Holy Spirit, Nice, France--10.1
  • American Express Co., Inc.--7.1
  • The American Mercury--2.5
  • American Steamship Company--7.1
  • The Anderson Galleries--2.5
  • Armstrong, George A.--7.1
  • Arnold, -- --2.5
  • Ash, Isaac--7.1
  • Auer, Harold C.--7.2, 10.1
  • Barbusse, Henri, 1874-1935--2.8
  • Barry-Doyle, R.--7.1
  • Beach, Sylvia--7.1
  • Beaverbrook, William Maxwell Aitken, Baron, 1879-1964--2.5
  • Bell, Edward A. (Edward Allen), 1884-1959--7.1
  • Berenstein-Cohen, D.--10.1
  • Berkman, Alexander, 1870-1936--7.1
  • Bernhardt, Sarah, 1844-1923--10.2
  • Bernstoff, Johann H.--2.5
  • Berthelot, Philippe, 1866-1934--2.5, 10.1
  • Blasco, Ibáñez, Viscente, 1867-1928--2.5, 10.1
  • Borah, William Edgar, 1865-1940--2.5
  • Borland, Grace N.--7.1
  • Boucher, Arthur G.--7.3, 10.1
  • Brackett-Darrow Bookshop--7.1
  • Bradbury, Norah--7.1
  • Bradley, William Aspenwall, 1878-1939--7.1
  • Brandon & Nicholson, Solicitors--2.5
  • Braun-Vogelstein, Julie, 1883-1971--7.1
  • Brentano's Inc.--2.5, 7.1
  • British Museum--7.1
  • Brodsky, Horace--2.5
  • Bromely, Irene--7.1
  • Brown, Theodore V.--7.1
  • Browning, Oscar, 1837-1923--2.5
  • Bruno, Guido, 1884-1942--2.9, 10.1
  • Burnett, W.R. (William Riley), 1899- --7.1
  • Burns, John--2.5
  • Cailleux, Joseph, 1863-1944--2.10
  • Cain, Henri, 1859-1937--7.4
  • Carnavon, George Edward Stanhope Molyneux, 1866-1923--2.10
  • Carter & Bell (see also Bell, Edward)--2.10, 10.1
  • Castlereagh, Viscount--2.10
  • Caton, Reginald Ashley, 1897-1971--2.11
  • Centrum--7.4
  • Chaffe, Ada G.--7.4
  • Chapman, -- --2.10
  • Charles Chapman Film Corp.--7.4
  • Churchill, Winston, Sir, 1874-1965--3.1
  • Clapham, Doris--7.4
  • Clapham, Fraser, Cook & Co.--2.10
  • Clark, Francis W. E.--2.10
  • Clark, F. Arthur (Fred Arthur)--7.4
  • Clark, William A.--2.10, 7.4
  • Clarke, Genevieve Bennett--2.10
  • Clayburgh, Alma--7.4
  • Cluer, A.R.--2.10, 7.4
  • Cochran, Evelyn--7.5
  • Cohalan, Daniel Florence--7.4
  • Compagnie Génerale--7.4, 10.1
  • Constable, Mr.--7.4
  • Contempo--7.4
  • Corban, J.C.--2.10
  • Cormau, -- --7.4
  • Corun, Anna--7.4
  • Covici, Friede Inc.--7.4
  • Cros, Ar du--2.10
  • Curtis Brown Ltd.--7.6
  • Cuzar, E. Rosemary--7.4
  • Darling, Charles J. Darling (Charles John Darling), Baron, 1849-1936--2.10
  • Darrow, Clarence, 1857-1938--2.10
  • Davidson, Jo, 1883-1952--7.7
  • Davidson, John, 1857-1909--2.10
  • Davies, Leslie--7.7
  • Davray, Henry D., 1873-1944--3.2, 7.7, 10.3
  • Dawkins, William Boyd, 1838-1929--2.10
  • Desborough, William Henry Grenfell, Baron, 1855-1945--2.10
  • Dexter, N. Lloyd--7.7
  • Diller, Emilie F.J.--2.10
  • Doubleday, Doran & Co.--10.3
  • Douglas, Alfred Bruce, Lord, 1870-1945--2.10
  • Dowling, Allan, 1903- --3.3, 7.7, 10.3
  • Doyle, Dennis Percy Stewart Conan, 1909- --7.7
  • Drake, J. Frank (James Frank), 1880-1976--2.10
  • Eckstein, Emmy--7.8
  • Les Editiones du Chene--10.3
  • Editions "Astra"--7.7, 10.3
  • Elias, --, Dr.--3.4
  • Esar, Evan, 1899- --7.7
  • Establissements Bravi Fils--7.7
  • Eulalia, Infanta of Spain, 1864-1958--10.3
  • Fiedler, Kurt--7.7
  • Fianazamt Moabit West--7.7
  • Fischer, --, Mr.--3.4, 7.7
  • Fitzgerald, M. Eleanor (Mary Eleanor), 1877-1955--7.7
  • George H. Doran Company--3.4, 10.3
  • Gertz, Elmer, 1906- --7.7
  • Gescel, Charles--3.4
  • Gidlow, Elsa, 1898- --3.4
  • Goldman, Emma, 1869-1940--3.5, 7.7
  • Goldsmith, Alfred F.--3.4
  • Gornall, Lola--3.6, 7.7
  • Grabitz, James E.--7.7
  • Grafton Publishing Co.--3.4
  • Grasse, Giovanni--3.4
  • Griffiths, Gwyn--7.7
  • Grimthorpe, Ernest W.--3.4
  • Grossman, Stegan--3.4
  • Groupman, Samuel F.--7.7
  • Gullian, M.--7.7
  • H.S. Godfrey-Payton & Son--10.3
  • Hamilton, Gerald, 1890- --3.4
  • Harris, Helen O'Hara--3.7-4.2
  • Harris, Tom K.--7.7
  • Harrison, Austin, 1873-1928--3.4
  • Hart, J. Wilson--3.4, 7.7
  • Hassan, Aziz--3.4
  • Hays, Arthur Garfield, 1881-1954--10.3
  • Hermine, Princess, Consort, 1887- --3.4
  • Herold, --, Mr.--3.4
  • Holland, Vyvyan Beresford, 1886-1967--4.3
  • Hooley, Ernest P.--10.3
  • House, Edward Mandell, 1858-1938--3.4, 7.7
  • Hozier, Blanche, Lady--3.4
  • Huddleston, Jeanne--7.7
  • Huddleston, Sisley, 1883-1952--3.4
  • Hunt, Bambton--3.4, 7.7
  • John Lane Company--7.9, 10.4
  • Jullian, --, Mdm.--7.9
  • Kahane, --, Mr.--7.9
  • Kahn, Otto Hermann, 1867-1934--3.4, 7.9
  • Kaufman, S. Jay, 1886- --7.9
  • Kearton, -- --7.9
  • Kennerley, Mitchell, 1878-1950--4.4, 10.4
  • Kent-Monnet, F.--10.4
  • Keynes, J. M. (John Maynard), 1883-1946--3.4
  • Kholova-Touskova--7.9
  • Kingsmill, Hugh, 1889-1949--4.5, 10.4
  • Krim, Annette--7.9, 10.4
  • Ksiegarnia Lwowska--7.9, 10.4
  • Kudlys, Francis--3.4
  • La Follette, Robert M. (Robert Marion), 1855-1925--4.5
  • Laking, Guy Francis, Sir, 1875-1919--4.5
  • Lawlor, J. Hoey--7.9
  • Leblanc, Georgette, 1869-1941--4.5
  • LeCoute, Odette--7.9
  • Le Feure, Edouard--4.5, 10.4
  • Lesage, Henri--4.5
  • Leverson, -- --4.5
  • Levine, Esar, 1899- --4.5, 7.9
  • Liautard, Alexander Francois Augustin, 1835-1918--4.5
  • Librarie Corman--7.9, 10.4
  • Librarie Fallimard--4.5, 7.9, 10.4
  • Little, Arthur W.--4.5
  • Locke, Annie--7.9
  • Lolloredo, Aimée L.--7.10
  • London Metropolitan Police--10.4
  • Lorenz, Erika--4.5, 7.9
  • Low, Sidney, Sir, 1857-1932--4.5
  • Lunn, Hugh Kingsmill--see Kingsmill, Hugh
  • Lyngklip, Einar--10.4
  • The Macaulay Company--4.5, 10.4
  • MacBride, -- --4.5
  • Macedo, Elizabeth B. de--8.2-3, 10.4
  • MacHugh, Ignatius--8.1
  • Madala, P.--10.4
  • Maeterlinck, Maurice, 1862-1949--4.5
  • Maison Roblot--8.1
  • Mappin & Webb--8.1
  • Margolis, Perle--4.5
  • Markey, Alexander--8.1
  • Marlborough, Charles Richard John Spencer-Churchill, Duke of, 1871-1934--4.5
  • Marlborough, Lillian--4.5
  • Martigny, J. de--8.1
  • Matisse, Henri, 1869-1954--4.5 (in French)
  • Maupassant, Guy de, 1850-1893--4.5 (in French)
  • McKay, Frederic Edward--8.4
  • McKenzie, William J.--10.4
  • Mencken, H.L. (Henry Louis), 1880-1956--4.5
  • Mendelsohn, Felix, b. 1876- --4.5, 8.1
  • Merrick, Leonard, 1864-1939--4.5
  • Methuen & Co.--4.5
  • Meyer, Rose--8.1
  • Middleton, Richard, 1882-1911--4.5
  • Miller, Ben--4.5
  • Miller, Locke--8.1
  • Milner, Edward--8.1
  • Mitchell, Leslie--8.1
  • Morehouse, Russel--8.1
  • Mozzatto, Lina--4.5
  • Nearing, Scott, 1883- --4.5
  • New York State Supreme Court--10.4
  • New York Times Literary Supplement--8.1
  • Newton, Silas M.--4.5
  • Nichols, Dudley, 1895- --8.1
  • Nune, Pierre--8.1
  • Obelisk Press--8.1
  • O'Callaghan, Maev--8.1
  • O'Conner, Thomas Power--4.6
  • O'Hara, Herbert--8.1
  • The Olympic Press--10.4
  • Opéra de Nice--8.1
  • O'Reilly, Nancy--8.1
  • Osborne, Agnes Elizabeth, 1901- --8.1
  • Paddock, Vee--8.1
  • Page, Walter Hines, 1855-1918--4.6
  • Parsons, Ernest Bryham--4.6
  • Patmore, Conventry Kersey Dighton, 1823-1896--4.7
  • Pearson, Hesketh, 1889-1964--4.6, 8.1, 10.4
  • Percy-Smith, Eric--8.1
  • Perowne & Co.--8.5, 10.4
  • Peru. Embassy (France)--10.4
  • Pethick-Lawrence, Emmeline, 1867- --4.6
  • Pierre-Bodin, Richard--4.6
  • Pollock, Granville A.--8.1
  • Powell, F. York (Frederick York), 1850-1904--4.6
  • Pretzell, G.--4.6
  • Price-Williams, Gladys--8.1
  • Proehl & Gutman--4.6
  • Pugh, Edwin--4.6
  • Queensberry, Percy Sholto Douglas, 1868-1920--4.6
  • Radnor, Jacob Pleydell-Bouverie, 6th Earl of, 1868-1930--4.8
  • Raffalovich, -- --8.6
  • Randon, Aida--8.6
  • Rattray, R.F. (Robert Fleming), 1896- --8.6
  • Read, E.J.--4.8
  • Ready, William Marion, 1862-1920--4.8
  • Remarque, Erich Maria, 1898-1970--4.8
  • Rennyson, Alfredo--8.6
  • Richards, Grant, 1872-1948--4.8, 10.4
  • Richards Press Ltd.--8.6, 10.4
  • Ridder & Company, Ltd.--4.8
  • Rider, Dan, b. 1869--4.8
  • Roberts, Frederick Sleigh Roberts, Earl, 1832-1914--4.8
  • Robertson, Axel--4.8
  • Robeson, Eslanda Goode, 1896-1965--4.8
  • Robins, Lewis, Colonel--8.6
  • Robins, Olive--8.6
  • Robinson, Howard, 1885- --8.6
  • Rochefoucauld, Comtesse G. de la--4.8
  • Roger, André--8.6
  • Roosevelt, Theodore, 1858-1919--4.8
  • Root, Edward Merrill, 1895-1973--8.7
  • Rose, Alfred--4.8
  • Rose, Edward William--4.8
  • Rosenback, -- --4.8
  • Ross, Arthur Leonard--4.9, 8.8-9, 10.5
  • Rosslyn, James F.--4.8
  • Russell, Charles Edward, 1860-1941--4.8
  • S. Fischer Verlag--4.10
  • Salazar y Chapela, Estaban, 1902-1965--8.10, 10.5
  • Saltus, Edgar, 1855-1921--4.10
  • Saltus, Marie, 1883?-1960--4.10
  • Scheffauer, Herman George, 1878-1927--4.10
  • Schnitzler, -- --4.10
  • Schofer, Richard H.A.--8.10
  • Schuster, Leo F.--4.10
  • Schwarz, Henry Stanley, 1890- --8.10
  • Schwartz, Jacob--4.10
  • Science Service--8.10
  • Scully, Frank, 1892-1964--4.10, 8.10, 10.5
  • Secker, Martin, 1882-1978--4.10
  • Seltsam, William H.--8.10
  • Shaw, Bernard, 1856-1950--5.1, 8.10, 10.5
  • Sime, Sidney Jerbert, 1867-1941--4.10
  • Simmons & Simmons--4.10, 10.4
  • Simon & Schuster, Inc.--8.10, 10.4
  • Simpson, -- --4.10
  • Slocombe[?], George--4.10
  • Smith-Johnston, Eva A.--10.4
  • Spencer, James Herbert, 1870-1942--4.10
  • Stack, Norah--4.10, 9.1
  • Stanton, Stephen--8.10
  • Stewart-Young, John Moray--4.10
  • Tauchnitz, Bernhard--4.10, 10.5
  • Tennyson, Alfred Browning Stanley, 1878- --10.4
  • Terry, Ellen, Dame, 1848-1928--4.10, 10.5
  • Thompson, Raymond L.--9.2
  • Tillett, Ben, 1860-1943--4.10, 8.10
  • Tobin, A.I.--4.10, 9.3
  • Toussounoff, Nicolas Tossounian de--9.4, 10.5
  • Towne, Robert D.--4.10
  • Trask, Ruth--4.10
  • Traubel, Horace, 1858-1919--4.10
  • Tree, Herbert Beerbohm, Sir, 1853-1947--4.10
  • Trench, Herbert, 1865-1923--4.10
  • Trolle-Steenstrup, Etta--8.10
  • Turner, Reginald, 1869?-1938--5.2, 8.10
  • Tyrrell, Ada Shaw--4.10
  • Tyrrell, Robert Yelverton, 1844-1914--4.10
  • Tyndall, John, 1820-1893--4.10
  • United Book and Stationary Co.--9.5
  • U.S. Consulate, Paris--9.5
  • Vabre, Eugene--5.3
  • Valentiner, H.O.--5.3
  • Vallentin, Antonina, 1893-1957--5.3, 9.5, 10.5
  • Van Loewen, Jan--9.5
  • Verlaine, Paul, 1844-1996--5.3
  • Vernon, Madeleine--5.3, 9.6
  • Victor Gollancz, Ltd.--9.5
  • Viran, Herbert--5.3
  • Vosburgh, Frank A.--10.6
  • W.H. Smith & Son--5.3
  • Wallace, Alfred Russel, 1823-1913--5.3
  • Warwick, Frances Evelyn Maynard Grayville, Countess of, 1861-1933--5.3, 9.7
  • Water--5.3 (in French)
  • Weddousois, Maud--9.5
  • Weigall, Denise--9.5
  • Weir, Hugh--9.5
  • Wells, Gabriel, 1862-1946--9.5
  • Westminster Bank, Ltd.--9.5
  • Wilkinson, Louis, 1881-1966--5.4, 9.5
  • William, Andrews Clark, Jr.--9.5
  • Wills, Catherine--10.6
  • Wilson, Rathnell--5.3
  • Wirth, Frederick--9.8
  • Wolseley, Garnet J.--5.3
  • Wyndham, George, Sir--5.3
  • Young, Art, 1866-1943--10.6
  • Young, Filson, 1876-1938--5.3

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 Frank Harris Collection--Index of Works 

  • Britton, Charles J.
  • Bibliography of Frank Harris--10.1
  • Gidlow, Elsa
  • Episode--10.1
  • Experience--10.1
  • Love Song--10.1
  • New York--10.1
  • Now Be at Peace--10.1
  • Harris, Frank
  • Beyond Good and Evil--1.1
  • The Bomb--1.1
  • Diary (fragment)--1.1
  • "For indeed I know..."--1.1
  • "Frank Harris Attacks Lord Curzon, the Famous 'Soul'"--galley folder 1
  • The Gospel According to Thomas--1.1
  • The Hawk (excerpt)--1.1
  • Jesus as Artist--1.1
  • The Last Kindness: A War Story--1.1
  • The Life of Bernard Shaw (fragments)--1.2
  • My First Success as a Lecturer--1.1
  • My Life--1.3-8
  • The New Commandment: A Play in Three Acts--2.1-2
  • Oscar Wilde (fragment)--1.1
  • Review of It's Not Done by William Bullitt--1.1
  • The Right Honorable Lord Randolph Churchill--1.1
  • "Shortly after my article..."--galley folder 1
  • The Test (fragment)--2.3
  • Through France in a Motor--2.3
  • The Tom Cat: An Apologue--2.4
  • Two More Stories of Oscar Wilde--2.3
  • Wagner: The Artist--2.3
  • Wilfred Scawen Blount--2.3
  • Harris, Helen
  • Captain Jefferson Cohn--6.1
  • The Disappearance of Petite Jacques (little Jack)--6.1
  • Fanny Holtzman--6.1
  • The Haunted House--6.1
  • "Here to roses and lillies in bloom..."--6.1
  • Hesketh Pearson--6.1
  • "I am beginning at 1910..." [re. Frank Harris]--6.1
  • Interview with G.B. Shaw--6.1
  • "I remember going just before the last war to Rome & Naples..."--6.1
  • "This is the 78th..." [re. Frank Harris]--6.1
  • Katherine Mansfield--6.1
  • Lord Herbert Andrew Montagu-Douglas-Scott--6.1
  • Louis Sherwin--6.1
  • Notes on various topics--6.2
  • Perpita the Flower Girl--6.2
  • The Ragged Orchestra (synopsis)--6.2
  • Son of Dy of Sarawack--6.2
  • Welch rarebit (recipe)--6.2
  • Ingrain, Rex
  • "Tho' you & I are far apart..."--10.4
  • Pierre-Bodin, Richard
  • Auprès de Frank Harris pour le dernière fois (in French)--galley folder 1
  • Scully, Frank
  • Bulletin--10.6
  • The Loves of Shakespeare: Synopsis--10.6
  • "Scully Gives Great Performance at Queen Victoria Station"--10.6
  • Shaw, George Bernard
  • Postscript by the Subject of this Biography--10.6
  • Terry, Ellen, Dame
  • "No doubt you will think..."--10.6
  • Tobin, Abe I.Table Talks with Frank Harris--10.7
  • Well, Herbert George"An Experiment in Autobiography" (excerpt)--10.6
  • Unidentified Authors
    • Biblical excerpts--10.1
    • Personal and hearsay stories about Frank Harris--10.1

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