University of Texas, Harry Ransom Humanities Research Center

James Jones:

An Inventory of His Papers at the Harry Ransom Humanities Research Center [Part 1]



Creator: Jones, James, 1921-1977
Title:James Jones Papers
Dates:1890-1981
Abstract:The papers contain Jones' manuscripts, proofs, film scripts, correspondence, financial records, photographs, works in manuscript by other persons, and biographical materials. Also included are most of his shorter prose writings and personal material such as address books, appointment books, various ID records, and a collection of family history materials including a large collection of photographic prints and negatives.
Extent:153 boxes, 16 galley files, 5 oversize flat files (64 linear feet)
Repository:Harry Ransom Humanities Research Center, The University of Texas at Austin

Biographical Sketch

James Ramon Jones was born to Ramon and Ada Blessing Jones on November 6, 1921. He enlisted in the United States Army upon graduation from high school in his native Robinson, Illinois, in 1939 and was sent to Hawaii, where he served in the 27th Infantry. After the Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor in December 1941 Jones studied at the University of Hawaii while awaiting his regiment's combat assignment. At the end of 1942 his unit landed on Guadalcanal, where he was wounded in January 1943.

Transferred to a military hospital in Memphis for extended treatment, Jones received an honorable discharge from the army in 1944 and returned to Illinois to live with Lowney Handy and her husband Harry. Jones began to pursue a literary career, moving to New York in early 1945 to attend New York University. There he met Maxwell Perkins of Scribner's and was sufficiently encouraged to submit a novel entitled "They Shall Inherit the Laughter" in early 1946. Perkins turned the manuscript down but gave Jones an advance on a story idea about the pre-WWII army in Hawaii.

Back in Illinois, Jones wrought his army experiences into a novel, From Here to Eternity, published by Scribner's in 1951. The astonishing critical and popular success of Eternity launched his career, and virtually guaranteed a market for his subsequent work. Part of the proceeds from Eternity were used by Jones to help the Handys establish a writers' colony in Marshall, Illinois.

After his marriage to Gloria Mosolino and the publication, to mixed reviews, of Some Came Running, Jones left Illinois for New York and, eventually, Paris, where the couple settled in 1959. Their Paris sojourn became an extended residence, and James and Gloria were central figures in the postwar European literary scene. In the early 1960s Jones published The Pistol and (in continuation of Eternity) The Thin Red Line. He also began a subsidiary career as a script writer for motion pictures.

Responding to an attractive multi-book contract offer from Dell, Jones left Scribner's at the end of 1964. In the following years he published Go to the Widow-maker and The Ice-cream Headache and Other Stories, but work on the final volume of his military trilogy was interrupted twice to produce The Merry Month of May and A Touch of Danger. In the years after 1964 Jones served as a European talent scout for Dell and spent considerable time critiquing and encouraging young writers.

Following a reportorial trip to Viet Nam in early 1973 Jones published Viet Journal and began to think seriously of a return to the United States. In 1974 he accepted a one-year teaching position at Florida International University in Miami, and wrote the text for the illustrated history WWII. At the end of his FIU tenure, James Jones moved to Sagaponack, Long Island, and began again to work on Whistle, the culmination of the story begun with From Here to Eternity. Struggling with increasing health problems, Jones worked in 1976 and early 1977 to complete Whistle. Following his death on May 9, 1977, his friend Willie Morris added an outline of the unfinished final chapters of the novel, which was published in 1978.


Scope and Contents

James Jones' papers span the years 1890 to 1981 and embrace manuscripts, proofs, correspondence, financial records, photographs, personal documents, works in manuscript by other persons, and biographical materials. The papers are largely in their original order, particularly those created between the early 1960s and 1974. The materials are arranged in six series: Series I. Works, 1945-78; Series II. Correspondence, 1930-81; Series III. Personal Papers, 1890-1978; Series IV. Works by Others, 1948-78; Series V. Lowney Handy and the Writers' Colony, 1942-57; and Series VI. Printed Matter, 1944-76.

The Works Series comprises nearly a third of the papers and includes manuscripts of Jones' books from Go to the Widow-maker on, as well as numerous film scripts and most of his shorter prose writings. For most of the later novels discarded and retyped pages, along with notes and plotting ideas are present; for several of these works annotated galleys are also held. Of the earlier novels, Some Came Running and The Pistol are present in typescript, the former novel including some "notes on characters." There are film adaptations by James Jones of The Pistol and The Thin Red Line.

The Correspondence Series represents almost half of the Jones papers and contains his working personal and professional correspondence as well as files on travel, entertainment, housing, and avocational interests. The majority of these files (from about 1959 to 1974) are in their original order, and those files post-1974 have been arranged insofar as possible to continue this pattern. Much of his earlier correspondence was placed by James Jones in the Beinecke Rare Book and Manuscript Library at Yale University.

Jones' correspondents include his brother Jeff and aunt Mollie Haish, fellow writers (William Styron, Irwin Shaw, and Willie Morris particularly), film people, lawyers, agents, and editors. Avocational correspondents include ocean divers, knifemakers, artists, and military men. Carbons of many of James Jones' letters are interfiled with the correspondence. The carbons vary from the perfunctory but polite to the expansive and frank, depending on available time and the extent to which the correspondent piqued Jones' interest.

The Personal Papers series includes a large group of address books, appointment books, various ID records, as well as a collection of family memorabilia and family history materials. A large collection of photographic prints and negatives, as well as art works of Kaylie and Jamie Jones as youngsters, is present. Detailed tax and financial records for the years 1964-74 are found in the series and are retained in their original organizational scheme.

The Works by Others series includes manuscripts by friends and contemporaries of James Jones, including biographical material on him. Many of the works are novels, but short stories, poetry, nonfiction, and essays are present. Biographical pieces on Jones, together with an extensive group of interviews (printed and typescript) conducted with him from 1951 onward are arranged in separate subseries. In a number of cases these interviews appear never to have appeared in print in their present form.

The series on Lowney Handy and the Writers' Colony embraces a small and mixed collection of correspondence, records, and clippings. The material is too scant to document any aspect of the colony or its creator's life but does serve--more than anything else--to provide a window on Lowney Handy's opinions and unique personality.

A collection of printed matter in the form of periodical and newspaper issues, together with various clippings and fragments comprises the final series of the James Jones Papers.

Sound recordings, including Florida International University class discussions and several interviews, have been withdrawn to the Sound Recordings Collection. The Vertical File retains various theatrical programs and art exhibition catalogs, as well as publications on funeral industry procedures and minor publications removed from the papers.

Other repositories that have significant James Jones holdings include the University of Illinois at Springfield, where the original manuscript of From Here to Eternity and the papers of the Handy Writers' Colony are to be found. The Beinecke Rare Book and Manuscript Library holds the manuscript of "They Shall Inherit the Laughter," along with the publication file of Some Came Running.


Restrictions

Access:

Open for research


Administrative Information

Acquisition:

Purchases and gifts, 1964-1996 (R2254, R2382, G8110, R9451, G1686, G4001, G5067, R13361, R13397, G10501)

Processed by:

Bob Taylor, 2002


Other Finding Aid


Bibliography:

Garrett, George. James Jones. New York: Harcourt Brace Jovanovich, 1984.

Hendrick, George, ed. To Reach Eternity: the Letters of James Jones. New York: Random House, 1989.

MacShane, Frank. Into Eternity: the Life of James Jones, American Writer. New York: Houghton Mifflin, 1985.


Series Descriptions

 

Series I. Works, 1945-78,
48 boxes.

The Works Series benefits from the unusual care with which James Jones preserved his manuscripts, especially from the mid-1960s on. The books subseries is the major part of the series and comprises both fiction and non-fiction. The novels Go to the Widow-maker,The Merry Month of May,A Touch of Danger, and Whistle are represented with plot and character notes, outlines, and, for the last three, a systematic retention of discarded pages. The effort Jones put into achieving his artistic goals in these novels is made manifest by these files.
The publication files of Jones' collected short stories, The Ice-cream Headache and Other Stories, as well as the non-fiction Viet Journal and WWII are also found in this subseries. All film scripts developed from Jones' novels, whether realized or not and whether by him or others are filed here with the novel upon which they were based.
Film scripts written or revised by Jones follow the major long prose works in a separate subseries. The subseries embracing his short works is subdivided into a general file of short prose and poetry from all periods and a second smaller file identified here as "Early Works in Typescript" which he maintained during his residence in Marshall, Illinois. Cross references in the general file lead to all titles present in the Early Works file. A subseries including commonplace books, story ideas, and creative fragments completes the series.
Subseries A. Books, 1951-78
From Here to Eternity (1951)
BoxFolder
11Ch. 10 (typescript, with handwritten notes)
Ch. 15, 16 [fragments filed in 143.15]
2Notes on characters
Page proofs on galleys [removed to Galley Files]
Go to the Widow-Maker (1967)
Typescript (mimeo)
3Ch. 1-21
4Ch. 22-38
BoxFolder
21Forematter--typescript with handwritten notes
Typescript (photocopy)
2Forematter and Ch. 1-4
3Ch. 5-11
4Ch. 12-18
5Ch. 19-24
6Ch. 25-29
BoxFolder
31Ch. 30-33
2Ch. 34-38
3Notes for printer's typescript
Galley proofs, with author's revisions [removed to Galley Files]
4"Uncorrected proof," in two volumes
5Trial page settings and proof dust jackets
6-8Screenplay treatment, typescript, 14 Dec. 1964
(3 copies)
9Correspondence
The Ice-cream Headache and Other Stories (1968)
Stories revised for Dell, 1965 (carbon)
BoxFolder
41-5Sect. 1-5
6Six stories
7"A Sorry Tale" (3 carbons) and "The Ice-cream Headache" (photocopy)
8"The Ice-cream Headache" (2 carbons)
Typescript with corrections
BoxFolder
51To p.160
2p. 161-340
3p. 341-end
Typescript with attached memo
4To p. 213
5p. 214-end
Galley proofs, with author's revisions [removed to Galley Files]
6The Way It Is, "uncorrected advance proofs" also cataloged as PS 3560 O49 W323, 1966
The Merry Month of May (1971)
Riots file (research material, May-June 1968)
BoxFolder
61Political pamphlets and handbills
2Clippings on Paris riots
3Clippings on Robert F. Kennedy
4Correspondence and documents
5"Riots novel" notebook and small notebook
(See also "Random notes" in Whistle 1967 notebooks, 36.7)
6Outline and notes
7Correction sheets and notes
BoxFolder
71Draft of ch. 1-3 and miscellaneous fragments
"Harry Gallagher's Paris Revolution"
2Typescript
3Revised pages
Original typescript
4Ch. 1-6
5Ch. 7-14
6Ch. 15-23
7Ch. 24-29
Reject pages
BoxFolder
81No. 1 (Ch. 1-4)
2No. 2 (Ch. 2, 3)
3No. 3 (Ch. 2-6)
4No. 4 (Ch. 3, 4, 7-11)
5No. 5 (Ch. 12-18)
6No. 6 (Ch. 19-29)
Galley proofs, with editorial revisions [removed to Galley Files]
BoxFolder
91"Uncorrected advance proofs" (Collins) ("Jones master copy")
The Pistol (1959)
2Typescript (mimeo), with notations
3Bound galleys
4Screenplay (carbon) by JJ
5Screenplay (mimeo) by and for BBC-TV
Some Came Running (1958)
Typescript (carbon)
Book 1
6Ch. 1-6
BoxFolder
101Ch. 7-15
Book 2
2Ch. 16-23
3Ch. 24-30
Book 3
4Ch. 31-37
5Ch. 38-42
BoxFolder
111Ch. 43-44
Book 4
BoxFolder
111Ch. 45-49
2Ch. 50-55
3Ch. 56-60
Book 5
4Ch. 61-67
5Ch. 68-70
6Ch. 71-76 and Epilogue
BoxFolder
121Ch. 1-29 (partial typescript, with handwritten notes)
2Notes on characters
3Screenplay, by J. Patrick and A. Sheekman
The Thin Red Line (1962)
Typescript
4Ch. 1
5"Mass grave scene" for "proposed...reading in Germany" (parts of ch. 1 and 2)
Galley proofs [removed to Galley Files]
6Screenplay (first draft, "Property of Security Pictures, Inc.") by JJ
7Screenplay by JJ
A Touch of Danger (1973)
8-9Notebooks
BoxFolder
131Notebooks
2Research materials
3Notes on plot and character
4Typescript draft of ch. 1-4 and 6; Dec. 20, 1971
Typescript, July 23, 1972
5Ch. 1-18
6Ch. 19-39
7Ch. 40-61
Tsatsos Hippy Murders final draft carbon
BoxFolder
141Ch. 1-18
2Ch. 19-36
3Ch. 37-54
4Ch. 55-61
Reject pages [thru 23 July 1972]
5No. 1 (Ch. 1-4, 6, 7)
6No. 2 (Ch. 7-15)
BoxFolder
151No. 3, pt. 1 (Ch. 16-21)
2No. 3, pt. 2 (Ch. 22-25)
3No. 4, pt. 1 (Ch. 26, 27)
4No. 4, pt. 2 (Ch. 29-31)
5No. 5, pt. 1 (Ch. 32-34)
6No. 5, pt. 2 (Ch. 37, 38)
7No. 6, pt. 1 (Ch. 13, 39-42)
BoxFolder
161No. 6, pt. 2 (Ch. 42, 43, 46)
2No. 7 (Ch. 46-55)
3No. 8 (Ch. 56-61)
Typescript (final), with notations
4Ch. 1-17
5Ch. 18-36
6Ch. 37-54
BoxFolder
171Ch. 55-61
Typescript with notes
2Ch. 1-16
3Ch. 17-31
4Ch. 32-49
5Ch. 50-61
Typescript with notes
6Ch. 1-16
7Ch. 17-32
BoxFolder
181Ch. 33-48
2Ch. 49-61
Typescript for printer (Doubleday)
3To p. 150
4p. 151-300
5p. 301-450
6p. 451-581
BoxFolder
191Corrections for final draft & title ideas
Galley proofs [removed to Galley Files]
2Bound galleys (Doubleday)
Typescript for printer (Collins)
3To p. 235
4p. 236-431
5p. 432-581
BoxFolder
201"Uncorrected advance proofs" (Collins)
2p. 1-32, uncut
(2 copies)
Film script, first treatment, 1972
3"Hippy murders film" notebook
4Script skeleton outline
5Treatment and outline reject pages
6To p. 150
7p. 151 to end
8Revised
9Revised (carbon)
BoxFolder
211Script, edited version for Frankenheimer, Feb. 4, 1972
2Untitled original screen treatment for Frankenheimer-Lewis Productions
3Partial shooting script, Oct. 1972
4Solo TV series story outlines
Screenplay by Paul Jarrico and JJ, 1975-76
5Synopsis and outline notes, 1974-76
6Typescript, ca. May 1975, with correspondence
7Photocopy, ca. May 1975, with revisions
8Typescript revised pages, 2-24 March 1976
9Photocopy, pages 1-36, ca. March 1976
BoxFolder
221Typescript with revisions to 26 March 1976
2Typescript, 26 March 1976
3Mimeo, 26 March 1976, and related materials, including correspondence
4Typescript carbon, 26 March 1976
Viet Journal (1974)
5Correspondence
6Travel-related material
Notes and notebooks
7Notes on section titles; other brief notes
BoxFolder
231Viet notes, Paris and Viet journal
2Viet Nam trip and Military; The North
3The North and Dak Pek notes
4III Corps & the Delta and Saigon, last 2 days
5Saigon, last 2 days; Impression notes and Ideas for title
6-8Research materials (printed matter)
BoxFolder
241Negatives and contact sheets
2Maps
3Typescript, inscribed "Original manuscript, 30 October 1973, James Jones"
4-5Typescript (carbon), inscribed "Original carbon, 30 October 1973, James Jones"
BoxFolder
251-2Typescript copy
Typescript (carbon) for printer
3To p. 200
4p. 201-end
5Correction sheets
Typescript (photocopy), bound
6No. 1 of 11 copies; "kept by author"
BoxFolder
261No. 2 of 11 copies; "kept by author"
2-3Page proofs
2Photocopy with handwritten corrections
3Correction sheets
Trial dust jacket
4Photostatic enlargement with black border
5Alternate jacket with red back
Articles for the New York Times
61st and 3rd articles (typescript)
71st, 2nd, and 3rd articles (carbon)
Drafts and fragments
8"Hawaiian Recall" typescript (photocopy)
9-10Draft fragments
Whistle (1978)
BoxFolder
271Earliest notes and plot ideas, Oct. 1966-June 1967
Draft begun May 1967 ["new novel"]
Typescript
2Section 1 (Dec. 1967-Jan. 1968)
3Section 1 (1st carbon)
4Section 1 (2nd carbon)
5Section 2 (March 1968)
6Section 2 (1st carbon)
7Section 2 (2nd carbon)
Old drafts
8Section 1 (May-Dec. 1967)
9Section 2 (Jan.-March 1968)
10Sections 1 and 3 (July 1967-May 1968)
Draft begun Sept. 1970 ["new re-write"]
Typescript
BoxFolder
281Ch. 1 (Oct. 1970-Sept. 1971)
2Ch. 1-3 (retyped by K. Weissberger)
3Ch. 1-3 (1st carbon)
4Ch. 1-3 (2nd carbon)
5Ch. 1-3 (photocopy)
6Ch. 4 (June-July 1971)
Reject pages
7Ch. 1, 2 (Sept.-Nov. 1970)
8Ch. 2, 3 (Nov. 1970-May 1971)
9Ch. 3-5 (April-Sept. 1971)
Draft begun Oct. 1972
BoxFolder
291Ch. 1-3
Draft begun Jan. 1973
2Prefatory note (16 Feb. 1973)
3Prefatory note reject pages (Jan.-Feb. 1973)
4Ch. 1, 2
5Ch. 1 and prefatory note (carbon)
Draft, ca. 1973-1977
Book 1 (draft begun Oct. 1973)
6Introduction (15 Nov. 1973)
7Ch. 4 fragment
8-9Typescript
(2 copies)
Reject pages
10Ch. 3, 4 (Nov.-Dec. 1973)
11Ch. 4-6 (Dec. 1973-Jan. 1974)
12Ch. 6, 7 (Jan.-Feb. 1974)
Book 2
Typescript
BoxFolder
301-3Ch. 8-11
(3 copies)
4-5Ch. 12-14
(2 copies)
6Ch. 14
Reject pages
7Ch. 8, 9 (March-April 1974)
8Ch. 10, 11 (April-May 1974)
9Ch. 12-14 (May-June 1974)
Book 3
Typescript
BoxFolder
311Photocopy
2Ch. 18 (carbon) for Willie Morris
Reject pages
3Ch. 15, 16 (March-June 1975)
4Ch. 16-19 (June-Sept. 1975)
5Ch. 18, 19 (Aug. 1975-May 1976)
6Ch. 19 (May 1976)
BoxFolder
321Ch. 19-21 (May-June 1976)
2Ch. 21 (June 1976)
Book 4
Typescript
3Ch. 26-28 (carbon)
Reject pages
4Ch. 22 (July-Aug. 1976)
5Ch. 22, 23 (July-Sept. 1976)
6Ch. 23 (Sept. 1976)
7Ch. 23, 24 (Sept.-Oct. 1976)
8Ch. 24 (Sept.-Oct. 1976)
BoxFolder
331Ch. 25, 26 (Oct.-Nov. 1976)
2Ch. 27 (Nov. 1976)
3Ch. 28 (Nov.-Dec. 1976)
Book 5
Typescript
4-5Ch. 29-31 (photocopy)
(2 copies)
6Ch. 30 (Jan.-March 1977)
Reject pages
7Ch. 29 (Dec. 1976-Jan. 1977)
8Ch. 30 (Jan.-March 1977)
Final draft
BoxFolder
341Book 1
2Book 2
3Book 3
4Book 4
5Book 5
Final draft (carbon)
BoxFolder
351Book 1
2Book 2
3Book 3
4Book 4
5Book 5
Final draft (photocopy marked for printer)
6Book 1
BoxFolder
361Book 2
2Book 3
3Book 4
4Book 5
5Layout designs for novel (photocopy)
Working notes
6-71967 (see also A Touch of Danger notebook, 12.9)
BoxFolder
3711971-72 (two notebooks; one with notes on "Irwin's novel, Feb. 1972")
2Undated notes
3"An outline in the form of a film treatment," Jan. 1973
4 1974
5Book 3 notes, begun 7 Mar. 1975
6Book 4 notes
7Book 5 notes, in part by W. Morris (see also Homefront notes, 41.7)
8W. Morris' notes and transcription, 1977
9Loose notes and fragments
WWII (1975)
Typescript (final), with notations
10p. 1-175
11p. 176-324
Typescript final (carbon)
BoxFolder
381p. 1-175
2p. 176-324
Typescript final (photocopy)
3p. 1-175
4p. 176-324
Reject pages
5 Through 14 Oct. 1974
6 15 Oct.-19 Dec. 1974
BoxFolder
391Draft fragments
2Uncorrected advance proof
3Uncorrected advance proof (photocopy)
4"Casualties" section in proof (photocopy) with notes
Galley proofs of "The Evolution of a Soldier" section for Playboy [removed to Galley Files]
5Proof, with illustrations (photocopy)
6Complete text, in unsewn gatherings
7Michael Braun's proposal for TV documentary
8Working notes in two notebooks
9Notes and source material
10Rhodia notebook containing WWII and Whistle ideas
BoxFolder
401Notes on war art by A. Weithas and others
2Press kits
Art reproductions
3Howard Brodie
4-5Various artists
Subseries B. Film and TV Scripts and Outlines, 1953-76
Blind Journey (written with Dennis Berry)
BoxFolder
406Screenplay treatment and notes
7Screenplay treatment, carbon
8Second draft screenplay treatment
BoxFolder
411Screenplay
2Deaf Moore (screenplay outline by JJ, for Paul Heller)
3Film file: projects (brief notes)
Golfer Story
4Original outline and notes
5Script outline
6Script
Homefront (treatment by JJ; script by Robert A. Aurthur)
7Notes [includes notes on Whistle]
8"Jones/Sternberg transcript, 10/5/75
(2 copies)
9"Some of what J.J. wants the series to convey to the viewer"
(2 copies)
10"World War II pilot story outline"
11Treatment
BoxFolder
421Treatment, expanded
2Pilot script
(2 copies)
The Island, JJ's rewrite of Barbet Schroeder's screenplay
3Schroeder's treatment and script, contract
4Scenes revised by JJ
5Script as revised by JJ
6Jud Kinberg script (notes for revision, 1970)
7The Killing Frost, screenplay for Lancaster and Hecht, 1953
Liberty Party (TV show)
8Story ideas and notes, with notes by Lowney
BoxFolder
431Scripts
The Love Cage (screenplay)
2Script, with JJ's revisions
3Revised pages and notes
4Munich, Just Before the War ("Chaplin/Howard film"), notes and script outline
5Safari, script outline for film
6Sullivan [name of protagonist], outlines and notes
7Summer Project, film outline
Under Western Eyes, Western script with Nicholas Ray
8Notes, outlines, changes, revisions
9Treatment with working title Sunburst!
BoxFolder
441Film treatment
2Film treatment, second draft
3Transcription from tapes
4Final treatment
Subseries C. Short Works, 1945-76
Box
44General file
Amateur's Report (written for Playboy)
5Typescript
6Final typescript and correspondence
7Articles on artists ( "Loom of the Future " also at 45.8)
"L'Auteur, James Jones, en Plongée à la Jamaïque " [removed to Galley Files]
8Black November
9Cage of the Puma
10Don Fink
11Don't Monkey Around with Death (Lyric by JJ)
BoxFolder
451Esquire Letters (La Guerre en Suisse, Sons of Hemingway) (Sons of Hemingway also at 69.14)
2"Father, Dear Father, Come Home with Me"
3Foreword [for D. E. Henry] (1973)
3In the 12 years I lived in Paris... [for Sargent Shriver] (at 96.21 (Shriver, Sargent))
4Intro for Rust Hills Anthology (1974)
4Introduction for Stencil 50 (at 77.11)
5James Jones recipe
6-7Jazz People (typescript of Ole Brask's study, with JJ's introduction)
6-7Let us not give up (or throw out) tradition (first line of poem, at 90.9)
6-7Letters Home--see Esquire Letters
8"Loom of the Future"
9Magic Photoplay
10"Phony War Films"--see also at 71.2
11Poems and brief prose pieces
12Preface to James Jones: a Checklist
"Re-enlistment Blues," revised 8th stanza [removed to oversize materials at 153.2]
13Response to J. Donald Adams' review of Some Came Running, 26 Jan. 1958
14A Return to Storytelling
15A Sorry Tale
16"Sunday Allergy"
17Surviving Summer (1975)
18Talk at Southampton (1976)
19They Shall Inherit the Wind (fragment, with handwritten notes)
20To the Survivors of Hiroshima
21Whistle, a Work-in-Progress
22Whither Now, Frau?
22Why are my Books Popular? (at New York Times Book Review correspondence, 67.2)
22"Why They Invade the Sea"
23Typescript and carbon
Galley proofs [removed to Galley Files]
Early Works in Typescript
BoxFolder
461"Bottle of Cream"
2Carbons of sold stories [ "The King, ""None Sing so Wildly, " and "Two Legs for the Two of Us"]
3Cavalier
4Ford Times article [ "Marshall, Illinois"]
5"Greater Love" [They Shall Inherit, ch. 8]
6The Grossest Amateur
7"Just like the Girl"
8Larches Need the Wind
9Love is Lonely, Friend
10Miscellaneous pieces [On Libraries and review of Paths of Glory]
11Nothing in his Hand [They Shall Inherit, ch. 19]
12Old versions of stories [ "Secondhand Man"]
13Original manuscripts of published stories [ "Just Like the Girl,""The King"]
14Original manuscripts of sold stories [ "Bottle of Cream, ""Greater Love, ""None Sing so Wildly"]
15The Pistol [unfinished short story]
16Poetry [I am Getting Older, Love]
17Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs
18Stories to be reworked (1st draft) [Halloween, and two untitled stories]
19Story ideas
20Story material [All the Way, The Gallows Blues, There are Men Still Living Who Saw Lincoln]
21"Sunday Allergy"
22Sweet Mystery [and The Maladjusted]
23"The Tennis Game"
24Unsold stories [ "Secondhand Man"]
25"The Valentine" (carbon)
26The Warrior Born
Subseries D. Commonplace Books and Story Ideas, 1948-77
Material Related to Projected Fiction and Nonfiction
BoxFolder
471Ideas for novels (several envelopes, all empty save for "Memphis novel" and "Combat novel (3rd of trilogy)")
2Florida novel (notes and ideas)
3No Peace I Find [Django Reinhardt]
4Pornographic novel and/or undertaker novel (notes)
5Robinson novel (notes)
6Books to read & notes on Robinson novel
7Undertaker novel (notes)
8-9Story ideas
Commonplace Books and Notebooks
10Esquire letter material
11Gloriaisms
12Literary & other notes
13Literary fragments
BoxFolder
481Small notebooks
2Trip to Memphis with Lowney; books to read
3Cast lists of popular movies, 1933-45 (from Dell)
4Cuba materials (from Roberto Fabricio and others)
5John Leonard pieces for article, March-April 1977
6Memphis notes (collected by Elmore Richmond)
7Vocabulary cards



 

Series II. Correspondence, 1930-81 (bulk 1941-78),
64 boxes

The files before the Joneses' move to Paris in 1959 are fragmentary, apart from the extensive correspondence with James' relatives, Lowney Handy, and with Scribner's and its law firm. These materials are arranged alphabetically--by person or subject--under two broad chronological headings, 1939-56 and 1957-58. These headings correspond to the general arrangement of the files as received by the Center and also to Jones' periods of residence in Illinois and New York. The Paris and post-Paris files are extensive, emcompassing Jones' active files of ongoing professional and personal affairs including--but extending well beyond--correspondence in the narrow sense. Materials related to personal hobby and sporting interests, travel, photography, housing and housekeeping, press relations and fan interest are also present in nearly every annually-arranged file sequence. The "Notes on Archival System" (Folder 104.1) outlines the basic pattern by which these later files were created and used.
Most of the correspondence files are topically named, but some are filed under personal or corporate names. Headings that refer to legal representation include Goldstein, Judd & Gurfein; Jerome S. Morris; George Schiffer; Schwartz & Freeman; Staehelin & Giezendanner; and Weil, Gotshal & Manges. Jones' Paris lawyers (John P. Heinzen and René de Chambrun) are filed under Paris Lawyer(s). Jones' accountants over the years were Aaron Fuchs & Co. and Arthur Andersen; his artistic agents were Alain Bernheim, Hope Leresche & Steele, and MCA Artists, Ltd.
Jones' most extensive professional correspondence was with Charles Scribner's Sons and, later, with Delacorte/Dell, as well as with Esquire and Playboy. The Dell files for the later 1960s include his correspondence with and on behalf of young writers whose work he encouraged. His and Gloria's personal correspondence is wide-ranging and extensive, including such figures as Cecile Bazelon, Eugene Braun-Munk, Betty Comden, Beauford Delaney, Maxwell Geismar, Leslie Hannon, Paul Jenkins, Burroughs Mitchell, and Norman Rosten.
In general the files in the Correspondence Series have recurring titles giving a clear indication of contents, but there are a few that might be pointed out. In addition to the story ideas ideas found in the Works Series, there are additional ones found here in folders entitled "Research notes on necrophilia,""Film script ideas (drugs, Chief Pontiac)," and "Sex therapy play idea." Likewise the correspondence generated between 1962 and 1967 to recover the original manuscript of "From Here to Eternity" is found in Folder 82.7. The correspondence between Jones and Herbert Ruhm relating to Ruhm's ultimately unsuccessful effort to publish a critical work on Jones is found in the correspondence of the years between 1964 and 1969.
The folders "Paris Social" contain little formal correspondence, but give an idea of the Joneses' social life during the Paris years via invitations, theatrical programs, announcements of art exhibitions, and the like. The "Marshall, Illinois" folders initially dealt with Jones' efforts to have Sylvia Ritter Millhouse sell his house there but later became repositories of his occasional contacts with Illinois through Ms. Millhouse.
Subseries A. Correspondence, 1930-57
Jones family to James Jones
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488Haish, Mollie, 1945-56
9Jones, Ada B., 1939-40
10Jones, Charles, 1944-56
Jones, Jeff
BoxFolder
491 1941-45
2 1946-56
3JJ to Jeff Jones, 1949-56
Jones, Marianne
4 1941-48
5JJ to Marianne Jones, 1946-51
6Jones, Ramon, 1940-42
7Third party correspondence (Jones family related)
Business correspondence
8A-G
BoxFolder
501-2Banking (statements, etc.)
3H-K
4House in Robinson, 1953-55
5L-O
6P-W
Fan mail
BoxFolder
511Anonymous and A-G
2H-R
3S-Z
4James Jones outgoing correspondence, 1947-56
James Jones incoming correspondence
5Unidentified, A
6Appleman, Mark, 1952-54
BoxFolder
521B
2C-Col
Charles Scribner's Sons
3 1946-48
4 1949-51
5 1952-56
BoxFolder
531Fiscal records, 1946-56
2Com-Cur
3D-E
4F
5G-H
6Handy, Lowney, 1949-57
7Honeymoon correspondence, 1957
BoxFolder
541I-J-K
2L
3Life, 1954-56
4M-Max
5MCA Artists, 1951-56
6Mailer, Norman, 1955-56
7Mea-Mul
BoxFolder
551N-O
2P-Piz
3Play-Pur
4Q-R
5S-Sh
6Si-Sw
BoxFolder
561T
2U-Z
Weil, Gotshal & Manges
3 1951-53
4 1954-56
Subseries B. Correspondence, Marshall, Illinois and New York City, 1957-58
BoxFolder
565Anonymous, A-B
BoxFolder
571Bills and related
2C-H
3Handy Colony members
4I-M
5Marshall, Ill. correspondence
6N-R
7New York apartment
8Postal chess tournaments
BoxFolder
581Postal chess tournaments (recorder albums)
2Reprint correspondence
3S-Z
4Circulars, form letters, misc.
5Fan mail
6Outgoing correspondence
Subseries C. Correspondence, 1959-81(Paris and Later)
1959
BoxFolder
587Chase Manhattan Bank
8Crédit Suisse
9Bills, paid (Klosters)
10Bills, paid (Paris)
Correspondence, miscellaneous
BoxFolder
591Unidentified, A-C
2D-J
3K-O
4P-W
5Fan mail
BoxFolder
601First foreign files, England
2Jazz
Jones (Gloria) correspondence, 1958-59
3Unidentified, A-J
4M-W
5MCA Artists, Ltd. (Ned Brown)
6Marshall, Illinois
7Medical bills & astrological charts
8Paris Review interview
9Paris social
10Paris social (correspondence)
BoxFolder
611Portofino (correspondence with Mrs. Crosse)
2Press clippings and miscellany
3Publisher, German (Fischer)
4Charles Scribner's Sons
5Staehelin & Giezendanner
6Weil, Gotshal & Manges
1960
7Accounts (New York)
8Accounts (Paris & London)
9Accounts, miscellaneous
10Automobile
11Cat Club de Paris
Correspondence, miscellaneous
12Unidentified, A-L
BoxFolder
621M-W
2Employees
3Aaron Fuchs & Co. (I. Cantor)
4Hold file, 1958-60
5Insurance
6Jones (Gloria) personal correspondence
7Jones (James) family correspondence
8MCA Artists, Ltd. (Ned Brown)
9Marshall, Illinois
10Medical
11Miscellany (memorabilia & social life, 1958-60)
12Paris apartment
BoxFolder
631Paris lawyers (Baugas, Heinzen, Le Mée)
2Paris social
3Publisher, English (Collins)
4Publisher, German (Fischer)
5Publishers' correspondence, misc.
6Charles Scribner's Sons (B. Mitchell)
7Charles Scribner's Sons (royalty reports, etc.)
8Staehelin & Giezendanner
9Weil, Gotshal and Manges
1961
10Accounts (New York)
11Accounts (Paris & London)
12Automobile
13Chase Manhattan Bank
14Crédit Suisse
BoxFolder
641Bazelon, Cecile Gray
2Bernheim, Alain
3Bills, paid
4Cat Club de Paris
5Cercle Rive Gauche
Correspondence
6A-E
7F-K
8L-R
9S-Z
10Employees
11Fan mail
12Film: Darryl F. Zanuck Productions
13Foote, Shelby
14Aaron Fuchs & Co. (I. Cantor)
15Hawaii
16Insurance
17Jenkins (Paul) and Alice Baber
BoxFolder
651-2Jones (Gloria) personal correspondence
3Jones (James) family correspondence
4Jones, Kaylie
5Marshall, Illinois
6Medical
7Miscellany (memorabilia & social life)
8Paris apartment
9Paris lawyer (John P. Heinzen)
10Paris social
11Playboy
12Publisher, English (Collins)
13Publisher, French (Presses de la Cité)
BoxFolder
661Publisher, German (Fischer)
2Publishers
3Charles Scribner's Sons (B. Mitchell)
4Charles Scribner's Sons (royalty reports, etc.)
5Sports: knives (W.D. Randall)
6Sports: skin diving (James Dugan)
7Staehelin & Giezendanner
8Weil, Gotshal and Manges
9Yugoslav trip (Material for article on)
10Yugoslavia
1962
11Accounts (New York)
12Accounts (Paris & London)
13Chase Manhattan Bank
14Crédit Suisse
15Royal Bank of Canada (Jamaica)
16Bazelon, Cecile Gray
17Bernheim, Alain
18Cameras
Correspondence
BoxFolder
671A-H
2J-Y
3Correspondence, misc.
4Employees
5Fan mail
6Film: Darryl F. Zanuck Productions
7Aaron Fuchs & Co. (I. Cantor)
8Jamaica: bills paid
9Jamaica: correspondence, minor
10Jamaica material (correspondence)
11-12Jamaican junket I-II (correspondence, negatives, contact sheets, slides & prints)
BoxFolder
681Jones (Gloria) personal correspondence
2Jones (James) family correspondence
3Hope Leresche & Steele
4Marshall, Illinois
5Medical
6Miscellany (memorabilia & social life)
7Paris apartment
8Paris lawyer (John P. Heinzen)
9Paris social
10Publisher, English (Collins)
11Publisher, French (Stock)
12Publisher, German (Fischer)
13Publishers: foreign & U.S. magazines
14Charles Scribner's Sons (B. Mitchell)
15Charles Scribner's Sons (royalty reports, etc.)
16Sports: skin diving
17Staehelin & Giezendanner
18Styron, William
19The Thin Red Line: comments & correspondence
20Weil, Gotshal & Manges
1963
BoxFolder
691Accounts (New York)
2Accounts (Paris & London)
3Chase Manhattan Bank
4Crédit Suisse
5Bazelon, Cecile Gray
6Bernheim, Alain
7Calder, Alexander
8Cat Club de Paris
Correspondence
9A-E
10F-K
11L-R
12S-W
13Employees
14Esquire
15Fan mail
BoxFolder
701Film: Paul M. Heller Productions
2Aaron Fuchs & Co. (I. Cantor)
3Insurance
4Jones (Gloria) personal correspondence
5Jones (James) family correspondence
6Jones, Kaylie
7Hope Leresche & Steele
8Marshall, Illinois
9Medical
10Miscellany (memorabilia & social life)
11Morris, Jerome S.
12Paris apartment
13Paris lawyers (Heinzen & de Chambrun)
14Paris social
15Paris social (correspondence)
16Publicity: correspondence
17Publisher, English (Collins)
18Publisher, French (Stock)
19Publisher, German (Fischer)
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711Publishers: foreign & U.S. magazines
2The Saturday Evening Post
3Schiffer, George
4Schwartz & Freeman (A. Grossman)
5Charles Scribner's Sons (B. Mitchell)
6Charles Scribner's Sons (royalty reports, etc.)
7Staehelin & Giezendanner
8Styron, William
9Travel
10Weil, Gotshal & Manges
1964
11Accounts (London & Dublin)
12Accounts (New York)
13Accounts (Paris)
14Arthur Andersen & Co.
15Ashley Famous Agency (re Dell contract)
16Automobile
17Bazelon, Cecile Gray
18Bernheim, Alain
Correspondence
19Unidentified, A-E
20F-K
BoxFolder
721L-R
2S-W
3Delaney, Beauford
4Dell Publishing Co.
5Employees
6Esquire
7Fan mail
8Film: Paul M. Heller Productions
9Insurance
10Jones (Gloria) personal correspondence
11Jones (James) family correspondence
12Jones, Jamie
13Jones, Kaylie
14Hope Leresche & Steele
BoxFolder
731Marshall, Illinois
2Material for future
3Miscellany (memorabilia & social life)
4Morris, Jerome S.
5Paris apartment
6Paris lawyer (John P. Heinzen)
7Paris social
8Photographs (negatives & contact sheets)
9Politics
10Politics: Americans Abroad for Johnson
11Publicity: critical studies
12Publicity: interviews, photos, etc.
BoxFolder
741Publicity: requests for comments
2Publicity: write-ups
3Publisher, English (Collins)
4Publisher, French (Stock)
5Publisher, German (Fischer)
6Publishers: foreign & U.S. magazines
7Schwartz & Freeman (A. Grossman)
8Charles Scribner's Sons (B. Mitchell)
9Charles Scribner's Sons (royalty reports, etc.)
10Sports: skeet & hunting
11Staehelin & Giezendanner
12Styron, William
1965
13Accounts, paid
14Ashley Famous Agency
15Automobile
16Bazelon, Cecile Gray
17Bernheim, Alain
18Biarritz
Correspondence, misc.
19A-E
BoxFolder
751F-K
2L-R
3S-Y
4Dell Publishing Co.
5Dell editorial: correspondence with and about authors
6Dell contracts
7Employees
8Esquire
9Fan mail
10Aaron Fuchs & Co. (I. Cantor)
11Goldstein, Judd & Gurfein (H. Hyde)
BoxFolder
761Health insurance
2Insurance
3Jones (Gloria) personal correspondence
4Jones (James) family correspondence
5Jones, Jamie
6Jones, Kaylie
7Hope Leresche & Steele
8Marshall, Illinois
9Material for future
10Miscellany (memorabilia & social life)
11Morris, Jerome S.
12Paris apartment
13Paris lawyer (John P. Heinzen)
14Paris social, I
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771Paris social, II
2Photographs (negatives, contact sheets & prints)
3Politics
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5Publicity: interviews, lectures, etc.
6Publicity: requests for comments
7Publicity: write-ups
8Publisher, English (Collins)
9Publisher, French (Stock)
10Publisher, German (Fischer)
11Publishers: foreign & U.S. magazines
12Schwartz & Freeman (A. Grossman)
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781Sports: chess
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3Staehelin & Giezendanner
4Styron, William
5Travel
6Weil, Gotshal & Manges
1966
7Accounts, paid (New York)
8Accounts, paid (other)
9Automobile
10Bazelon, Cecile Gray
11Bernheim, Alain
Correspondence, misc.
12A-E
13F-K
14L-R
BoxFolder
791S-Y
2Dell Publishing Co.
Dell editorial
3Correspondence with authors
4Correspondence about authors
5Dell contracts
6Employees
7Esquire
8Fan mail
9Goldstein, Judd & Gurfein (H. Hyde)
10Insurance
11Jones (Gloria) personal correspondence
12Jones (James) family correspondence
BoxFolder
801Jones, Jamie
2Jones, Kaylie
3Hope Leresche & Steele
4Marshall, Illinois
5Material for future
6Medical: lab reports & correspondence
7Miscellany (memorabilia & social life)
8Paris apartment
9-10Paris social
11Photographs
12Politics
13Publicity: critical studies (H. Ruhm)
14Publicity: interviews, photos, etc.
BoxFolder
811Publicity: requests for comments
2Publicity: write-ups
3Publisher, English (Collins)
4Publisher, French (Presses de la Cité)
5Publisher, French (Stock)
6Publisher, German (Fischer)
7Publishers: foreign & U.S. magazines
8Charles Scribner's Sons (B. Mitchell)
9Staehelin & Giezendanner
10Styron, William
11-12Travel
13Weissberger, Kathryn. Research notes on necrophilia
1967
14Accounts, paid (Klosters)
15Accounts, paid (London & New York)
16Accounts, paid (Paris)
17Automobile
18Bazelon, Cecile Gray
19Bernheim, Alain
Correspondence, misc.
BoxFolder
821A-E
2F-K
3L-N
4O-R
5S
6T-Z
7Correspondence on Eternity manuscript, 1962-67
BoxFolder
831Dell Publishing Co.
2Dell editorial: correspondence with and about authors
3Dell contracts
4Fan mail
Goldstein, Judd & Gurfein (H. Hyde)
5Correspondence
6Correspondence on manuscript valuation
7Insurance
8International Club du Lys
9Jones (Gloria) personal correspondence
10Jones (James) family correspondence
11Jones, Jamie
12Jones, Kaylie
13Hope Leresche & Steele
14Marshall, Illinois
15Miscellany (memorabilia & social life)
BoxFolder
841Paris apartment
2Paris lawyer (John P. Heinzen)
3-4Paris social
5Parr, Rita (correspondence & works)
6Photographs (negatives & contact sheets; slides)
7Politics
8Publicity: interviews, lectures, etc.
9Publicity: requests for comments
10Publicity: write-ups
BoxFolder
851Publisher, English (Collins)
2Publisher, French (Presses de la Cité)
3Publisher, French (Stock)
4Publisher, German (Fischer)
5Publishers: foreign & U.S. magazines
6Charles Scribner's Sons (B. Mitchell)
7Staehelin & Giezendanner
8Styron, William
9Travel
10Widow-Maker file (libel in Britain)
11Widow-Maker presentation copy list
12Widow-Maker correspondence & reviews
1968
13Accounts, paid (London & New York)
14Accounts, paid (Paris)
15Automobile
16Bazelon, Cecile Gray
17Bernheim, Alain
Correspondence, misc.
18A-D
BoxFolder
861F-K
2L-R
3S-Z
4Dell Publishing Co.
Dell editorial
5Correspondence with and about authors
6Re Priaulx-Ungar manuscript
7Employees
8Esquire
BoxFolder
871Fan mail
2Goldstein, Judd & Gurfein (H. Hyde)
3Insurance
4International Club du Lys
5Jones (Gloria) personal correspondence
6Jones (James) family correspondence
7Jones, Jamie
8Hope Leresche & Steele
9Medical: lab reports & correspondence
10Miscellany (memorabilia & social life)
11Paris apartment
12Paris lawyer (John P. Heinzen)
13Paris social
14Photographs (negatives & contact sheets)
BoxFolder
881Politics
2Publicity: interviews, lectures, etc.
3Publicity: requests for comments
4Publicity: write-ups
5Publisher, English (Collins)
6Publisher, French (Stock)
7Publishers: foreign & U.S. magazines
8Charles Scribner's Sons (B. Mitchell)
9Sports
10Styron, William
11Travel
1969
12Accounts, paid (New York)
13Accounts, paid (Paris)
14American College in Paris revolt
15Automobile
16Bazelon, Cecile Gray
17Bernheim, Alain
Correspondence, misc.
18A-E
BoxFolder
891F-K
2L-R
3S-Z
4Dean, Loomis. "Left Bank Americans" (captions only)
5Dell Publishing Co.
6Dell editorial: correspondence with and about authors
7Dell contracts
BoxFolder
901Employees
2Esquire
3Fan mail
4Film: Saturn Pictures Corp.
5Goldstein, Gurfein, Shames & Hyde (H. Hyde)
6Insurance
7International Club du Lys
8Jones (Gloria) personal correspondence
9Jones (James) family correspondence
10Jones, Jamie
11Jones, Kaylie
12Hope Leresche & Steele
13Marshall, Illinois
14Medical: lab reports & correspondence
15Miscellany (memorabilia & social life)
16Paris apartment
17Paris lawyer (John P. Heinzen)
BoxFolder
911Paris social
2Photographs (negatives & contact sheets; prints)
3Politics
4Publicity: interviews, lectures, etc.
5Publicity: requests for comments
6Publicity: Widow excerpt for Whit Burnett
7Publicity: write-ups
8Publisher, English (Collins)
9Publisher, German (Fischer)
10Publishers: foreign & U.S. magazines
11Charles Scribner's Sons (B. Mitchell)
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1970
14Accounts, paid (London)
15Accounts, paid (New York)
16Accounts, paid (Paris)
17Automobile (garage bills, tickets)
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19Bernheim, Alain
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BoxFolder
921Unidentified, A-E
2F-K
3L-R
4S-Z
5Dell Publishing Co.
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7Employees
8Esquire
9Fan mail
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931Insurance
2International Club du Lys
3Jones (Gloria) personal correspondence
4Jones (James) family correspondence
5Jones, Kaylie
6Hope Leresche & Steele
7Marshall, Illinois
8Medical: lab reports & correspondence
9The Merry Month of May list of galley recipients & correspondence
10Miscellany (memorabilia & social life)
11Paris apartment
12Paris lawyer (John P. Heinzen)
13Paris social
14Politics
15Publicity: requests for comments
16Publicity: write-ups
17Publisher, French (Presses de la Cité)
18Publisher, French (Stock)
19Publisher, German (Fischer)
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21Charles Scribner's Sons (B. Mitchell)
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23Styron, William
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1971
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28Bazelon, Cecile Gray
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30A-E
BoxFolder
941F-K
2L-R
3S-Z
4Dell Publishing Co.
5Dell editorial: correspondence with and about authors
6Employees
7Esquire
8Fan mail
9Film: Golfer Story
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11Film: Widow-Maker
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951Goldstein, Shames & Hyde (H. Hyde)
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3International Club du Lys
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5Jones (James) family correspondence
6Jones, Jamie
7Jones, Kaylie
8Hope Leresche & Steele
9Marshall, Illinois
10Medical: lab reports & correspondence
11The Merry Month of May: reviews & correspondence
12Miscellany (memorabilia & social life)
13Paris apartment
14Paris lawyer (John P. Heinzen)
15Paris social
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19Photographs (negatives & contact sheets)
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7Charles Scribner's Sons (B. Mitchell)
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9Skiathos (Greek island), 1962-1970
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11Styron, William
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1972
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18A-E
19F-K
20L-R
21S-Y
BoxFolder
971Dell Publishing Co.
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3Doubleday & Co.
4Employees
5Esquire
6Fan mail
7Film: Doric Films S.A.
8Film: Herbert Kline
9Film: John Frankenheimer Productions
10Film: Saturn Pictures Corp.
11Goldstein, Shames & Hyde (H. Hyde)
12Insurance
13International Club du Lys
14Jones (Gloria) personal correspondence
15Jones (James) family correspondence
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8Politics
9Publicity: interviews, lectures, etc.
10Publicity: requests for comments
11Publicity: write-ups
12Publisher, English (Collins)
13Publisher, French (Stock)
14Publisher, German (Fischer)
15Publishers: foreign & U.S. magazines
16Schools: correspondence re teaching positions
17Charles Scribner's Sons (B. Mitchell)
18Sports: knives (D.E. Henry)
19Sports: poker wins & losses
20Sports: skeet
21Styron, William
22Travel
1973
23Accounts, paid (New York)
24Accounts, paid (Paris)
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991Accounts, paid (Scribner's)
2Bazelon, Cecile Gray
3Bernheim, Alain
4Bruccoli-Clark Publishers
Carter, Steven R.
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6Kathryn Weissberger's bibliography
Correspondence, misc.
7B-E
8F-K
9L-R
BoxFolder
1001S-Z
2Dell Publishing Co. (Viet Journal)
3Dell editorial: correspondence with and about authors
4Doubleday & Co. (A Touch of Danger)
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6Esquire
7Fan mail
8Film
9Film: Robert Lantz
10Goldstein, Shames & Hyde (H. Hyde)
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12International Club du Lys
13Jones (Gloria) personal correspondence
14Jones (James) family correspondence
15Jones, Jamie
16Jones, Kaylie
17Hope Leresche & Steele
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8Photographs (negatives and contact sheets)
9Politics
10Publicity: A Touch of Danger reviews
11Publicity: interviews, lectures, etc.
12Publicity: requests for comments
13Publicity: write-ups
14Publisher, English (Collins)
15Publisher, German (Fischer)
16Publishers, French
17Publishers: foreign & U.S. magazines
18Schools: correspondence re teaching positions
19Charles Scribner's Sons (B. Mitchell)
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22Sports: shooting & general
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1021Staehelin & Giezendanner
2Styron, William
3Travel
1974
4Accounts, paid
5Arthur Andersen & Co.
6Automobile
7Bazelon, Cecile Gray
8Bernheim, Alain
9Bills
10Bruccoli-Clark Publishers
11Cameras
12Carter, Steven
13Change of address & itinerary, 1974
Correspondence, misc.
14A-E
15F-K
BoxFolder
1031L-R
2S-Z
3Dell Publishing Co.
4Dell editorial: correspondence with & re authors
5Doubleday
6Fan mail
7Film
8Goldstein, Shames & Hyde (H. Hyde)
9Insurance
10Jones (Gloria) personal correspondence
11Jones (James) family correspondence
12Jones family personal
13Hope Leresche & Steele
14Marshall, Illinois
15Medical
16Miscellany
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1041Notes on archival system, 1958-74
2Paris apartment
3Paris lawyer (John P. Heinzen)
4Paris social
5Paris social: American Center for Students and Artists
6Photographs (negatives & contact sheets; prints)
7Politics
8Publicity: interviews, lectures, etc.
9Publicity: requests for comments
10Publicity: Viet Journal reviews
11Publicity: write-ups
12Publisher, English (Collins)
13Publisher, French (Stock)
14Publishers: foreign & U.S. magazines
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16Florida International University
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18Charles Scribner's Sons
19Sports: guns & shooting
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21Staehelin & Giezendanner
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23Wirth, David K.
1975
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1051Accounts, paid (U.S.)
2Jay Allen Public Relations
3Automobile
4Banks & bills paid
5Bruccoli-Clark Publishers
6Carter, Steven
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7A-E
8F-K
9L-R
10S-Y
11Fan mail
12Film: agents & miscellaneous
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BoxFolder
1061Grosset & Dunlap (promotional tour)
2Grosset & Dunlap ( WWII production)
3Insurance
4Internal Revenue Service
5Hope Leresche & Steele
6Medical (notebook, 1972-75)
7Miscellany
8Paris apartment
9Paris apartment (Anthony Vischer)
10Paris social: American Center for Students and Artists
11Politics
12Publicity: interviews, lectures, etc.
13Publicity: WWII interviews & reviews
14Publicity: write-ups
15Publisher, English (Collins)
16Publishers, American
17Publishers: foreign & U.S. magazines
Schools
Florida International University
18General and contract
19Correspondence
BoxFolder
1071Class rolls & correspondence, miscellaneous material
2Gloria Miller, literary agent (A. Watkins Inc.)
3Southampton College
4Sports: knives (D.E. Henry)
5Weissberger, Kathryn
1976
6Accounts (assets & liabilities)
7Automobile
8-9Bills, paid
10Business: correspondence & misc.
Correspondence, misc.
11A-E
12F-K
BoxFolder
1081L-R
2S-W
3Correspondence (draft) in steno notebook & fragments
4Correspondence with former FIU students
5Credit cards
6Deductible, miscellaneous
7Fan mail
8Fan mail (WWII)
9Film
10Goldstein, Shames & Hyde (H. Hyde)
11Insurance
12Jones (Gloria) personal correspondence
BoxFolder
1091Jones (James) family correspondence
2Jones, Jamie
3Jones, Kaylie
4Hope Leresche & Steele
5Medical
6Moving
7New house improvements
8Paris lawyer (John P. Heinzen)
9Pearl Harbor Survivors Association
10Politics
11Publicity: write-ups
12Publishers
13Schools: Southampton College
14Social
15Sports: knives
1977
16Automobile
17Banks
18Bills, paid: Sagg
19Bills, paid: other
BoxFolder
1101Book lists
2Correspondence: get well
3Correspondence, misc.
4Deductible, miscellaneous
5Fan mail
6Improvements to Sagg house
Jones (Gloria) correspondence
7A-L
8M-W
9Jones, Kaylie
BoxFolder
1111Hope Leresche & Sayle
2Medical expenses
3Pearl Harbor Survivors Association
4Publicity: interviews, lectures, etc.
5Publishers
6Publishers: Whistle
7Sports: knives
Letters of condolence, 1977
8A-C
9D-G
10H-L
11M-R
BoxFolder
1121S-Z
2Unidentified
Correspondence & miscellany, 1978-81
3Bills & miscellaneous
4Fan mail
5Jones (Gloria) correspondence
Publication of Whistle, 1978
6Publication party (guest list)
7Publication party (clippings about)
8Reviews



 

Series III. Personal Papers, 1890-1978 (bulk 1943-74),
24 boxes

Nearly two-thirds of the series comprises the financial records kept by James Jones in the years 1964-74, but other materials related to his family history and daily life that were not part of his correspondence files are located here.
Jones' involvement in the American Center for Students and Artists is demonstrated in the drafts of correspondence and reports during the early 1970s when he served as a member of the ACSA board of directors and as chairman of a "committee to study and redefine the Center's objectives in today's world." These materials document his efforts to encourage a non-radical public image for the center in the period following the 1968 Paris riots as depicted in The Merry Month of May.
A number of early photographs of Jones and his family were given him by his aunt Mollie Haish, along with a scrapbook of 19th century clippings relating to the White and Blessing families. Other photographic materials include a considerable number of negatives of photographs taken by and of the Jones family and friends in the 1960s. In many cases no prints are available. Folder titles for these materials were assigned by the archivist and are deliberately broad.
The detailed tax records are essentially fiscal in nature but do embrace material from which biographical nuggets may be gleaned--summaries of royalties and advances from publishers, for example, or names of persons entertained by Jones at business luncheons.
Address books
BoxFolder
1131-3Pocket and octavo format, 1945-75
4Large format, 1965-74
5Addresses and calling cards
American Center for Students and Artists
BoxFolder
1141Board minutes and related material, 1968-71
2Committee meeting minutes, 1970-71
3Reports and related correspondence
4Franco-American Cultural Center (Project)
5Publications and ephemera, 1963-73
Appointment- and daybooks
BoxFolder
1151 1943
2 1954
3 1959
4 1960
5 1962
6 1963
7 1967
8 1968
9 1969
10 1970
11 1971
12 1972
13 1973
14 1974 (small format, 1st-4th quarters)
BoxFolder
1161 1961
2 1964, cop. 1
3 1964, cop. 2
4(octavo format; expenses & purchases) 1974
Appointment- and daybooks (Gloria's)
BoxFolder
1171 1959
2 1965
3 1966
4 1967
5 1968
6 1969
7 1970
8 1971
9 1973
10 1974
BoxFolder
1181Children's art (Kaylie and Jamie)
Family-related material, 1890-1973
2Blessing family notes
3Blessing-White scrapbook
Jones, Marianne
41940 diary
5Funeral book
6Sympathy cards & personal miscellany
7Passports, IDs, and certificates, 1942-73
8Phonodiscs (JJ at the Empire State Building, 1939, Jeff Jones [and his band?] 1940)
Photographs, 1898-1957
BoxFolder
1191James Jones, 1928-57
2JJ and the Handys (studio portraits)
3Ramon, Jeff, and Marianne Jones
4Mollie Haish's family photographs
5Lowney and the Handy Colony
6The war and military life, 1941-45
Photographs, 1958-78
JJ and family
7Les Années Vingt exhibition, 1959
Kaylie
8At 6 months
9With friends, ca. 1961
10At 19 months, with Gloria
11With Gloria, 1962
12 Early 1960s
BoxFolder
1201With Gloria, 1963
2Martha's Vineyard, 1970s
3 1972-78
Friends
4John Berry, 1962
5Peter Clough, ca. 1961
6Paul Heller, 1961
7Irwin Shaw
8Paris and friends, 1960s
9Paris and coast, ca. 1968
10Portofino, Italy, 1959-65
11New York, ca. 1958
European travel
12Austria and Germany, 1960s
13Klosters, Austria, 1960s
14Normandy beaches, 1961
15Paris and Florence, 1958
16Florence, Italy, 1958
17Italy, 1958
18Yugoslav trip, 1961
The Caribbean
BoxFolder
1211Caribbean trip, ca. 1958
2Jamaica (and Paris), early 1960s
3Jamaica, 1962-63
4-5Skin diving
6Fishing off Florida with Lou Doherty, 1972
Miscellaneous photographs
7Small format, 1960s
8Large format, 1959-70
9Very large format
10Unidentified
Tax Records, 1964-74
1964
BoxFolder
1221Aaron Fuchs & Co. (I. Cantor)
2Banks
3Deductibles
4Deposits and disbursements
5Lawyers
6Miscellaneous
1965
7Arthur Andersen & Co.
Banks
8Chase Manhattan
9Crédit Suisse
BoxFolder
1231Morgan Guaranty (New York)
2Morgan Guaranty (Paris)
3Statements
4Deductibles
5Deposits and disbursements
6Expenses, cash (business and household)
BoxFolder
1241Miscellaneous
1966
2Arthur Andersen & Co.
Banks
3Crédit Suisse
4Morgan Guaranty (New York)
5Morgan Guaranty (Paris)
Deductibles
6New York
7Paris and London
BoxFolder
1251Deposits and disbursements
2Expenses, cash (business and household)
3Miscellaneous
1967
4Arthur Andersen & Co.
Banks
5Crédit Suisse
6Morgan Guaranty (New York)
7Morgan Guaranty (Paris)
BoxFolder
1261Morgan Guaranty (Paris) special
2Statements
3Deductibles
4Deposits and disbursements
5Expenses, cash (business and household)
BoxFolder
1271Miscellaneous
1968
2Arthur Andersen & Co.
Banks
3Crédit Suisse
4Morgan Guaranty (New York)
5-6Morgan Guaranty (Paris)
7Pennsylvania National Bank & Trust
8Statements
9Deductibles (Paris and London)
BoxFolder
1281Deductibles (U.S.)
2Deposits and disbursements
3Expenses, cash (business and household)
4Henry Hyde (tax information sent to)
5Miscellaneous
1969
BoxFolder
1291Arthur Andersen & Co.
Banks
2Crédit Suisse
3Morgan Guaranty (New York)
4Morgan Guaranty (Paris)
5Morgan Guaranty (Paris) check stubs
6Statements
Deductibles
7Dollars
8Francs
9Deposits and disbursements
Expenses, cash
BoxFolder
1301Business
2Household
3Miscellaneous
1970
4Arthur Andersen & Co.
Banks
5Morgan Guaranty (New York)
6Morgan Guaranty (Paris)
7Morgan Guaranty (Paris) check stubs
8Other
BoxFolder
1311Statements
Deductibles
2Dollars
3Francs
4Deposits and disbursements
Expenses, cash
5Business
6Household
BoxFolder
1321Miscellaneous
1971
2Arthur Andersen & Co.
Banks
3Crédit Suisse
4Morgan Guaranty (New York)
5Morgan Guaranty (Paris)
6Morgan Guaranty (Paris) check stubs
7Statements
Deductibles
8Dollars
9Francs
BoxFolder
1331Deposits and disbursements
2Expenses, cash (business and household)
3Miscellaneous
1972
4Arthur Andersen & Co.
Banks
5Crédit Suisse
6Morgan Guaranty (New York)
BoxFolder
1341Morgan Guaranty (Paris)
2Morgan Guaranty (Paris) check stubs
Deductibles
3Dollars
4Francs
5Deposits and disbursements
Expenses, cash
6Business and household
BoxFolder
1351Petty cash, 1967-72
2Henry Hyde (correspondence with)
3Miscellaneous
1973
4Arthur Andersen & Co.
Banks
5Crédit Suisse
6Morgan Guaranty (New York)
7Morgan Guaranty (Paris)
8Morgan Guaranty (Paris) check stubs
Deductibles
BoxFolder
1361Dollars
2Francs
3Deposits and disbursements
4Expenses, cash (business and household)
5-6Miscellaneous
1974
BoxFolder
1371Banks
2Banks: Morgan Guaranty (Paris) check stubs
3Deductibles
4Deposits and disbursements
Expenses, cash
5Household
6Petty cash, 1973-74
7Miscellaneous



 

Series IV. Works by Others, 1948-78,
10 boxes

The Works by Others series in the James Jones Papers is an unsystematic but useful collection of manuscripts by people whose lives intersected that of Jones in various ways. Included is Irwin Shaw's "Ships, Bulls and the Wind from the North," which, together with Jones' "Amateur's Report" (or Arles Trip) were jointly turned down by Playboy in June 1965. A prose fiction fragment entitled "The Stroke" is a rare example of the creative writing of Lowney Handy and bears marginal notes suggesting she may have used it as instructional material at the Handy colony. Rita Parr, who was one of the younger writers Jones met in Paris, is represented by short prose pieces and poems she submitted to him before her death in 1968.
One of several critical works on Jones contained in the series is Ben W. Griffith's "Rear Rank Robin Hood" manuscript, accompanied by an illuminating 1954-56 correspondence with Jones.
Subseries A. General Fiction and Nonfiction
Adams, Richard P. "Tragedy, and also Romance" [filed at 60.1]
BoxFolder
1381Anthony, William. Bible Stories
1Appleman, Mark J. Stockade [at 51.6]
2Aurenche, Jean. "Epitaph for an Enemy"
3Aurthur, Robert A. All that Jazz
3Baekeland, Antony. "The Business Man" [at 75.5]
4Bazelon, David T. "Experiments in Me"
5Beardmore, George. "Charlie Pocock's Indian Bride"
6Bell, Stuart. "Sons of Clay"
BoxFolder
1391Berry, John. "Pig, a Novel"
2Blier, Bertrand. Hitler...Connais Pas!
2Brask, Ole. Jazz People [at 45.6-7]
3Braun, Alan. "Adagio"
4Burstein, Patricia. Two short manuscripts
4Cady, Jack. Review of A Touch of Danger [at 101.10]
5Camacho, Sue. "A Promise to Keep"
6Dana, Bill. "Conference Call"
Davidson, Sandra Calder.
7Sylvester, the Lead Frog
8Sylvestre
8Dean, Loomis. "Left Bank Americans" [captions only at 89.4]
9Dougall, Bernard. "Greater Love"
10Drew, Robert. "Happy Holiday"
11Fuentes, Carlos. "Le Mexique de Reichenbach"
Gary, Romain.
12"Avant propos" [to The Thin Red Line]
13Preface to The Thin Red Line (English translation in JJ's hand)
13Gawron, Tony E. "Five Days of Freedom" [at 100.3]
BoxFolder
1401Goodson, Felix E. Sweet Salt
1Grueff, []. "On Mysticism and Psychoanalysis" [at 60.1]
1Handy, Lowney T. "The Stroke" [at 147.2]
2Hardy, Rene. Rough translation of a French novel
3Hayim, George. Untitled manuscript
4Hemingway, Ernest. The Old Man and the Sea, advance galley proofs
5Hepburn, Dick. The Sudden End of Anne Cinquefoil
5Jarrico, Paul. "La Chanson de la Cigarette Girl" [at 92.2]
5Jenkins, Paul. "Gustave Moreau Museum" [at 71.20]
BoxFolder
1411-2Jones, Gloria. "Port Carbon" (two drafts)
3Jones, Marianne. "The Third Time You Killed Me"
4Larner, Jeremy. "Jack London: An American Success"
4Levin, Robert J. "Tony Perkins: the Quiet Rebel" [at 63.5]
4McGibbon, David.
4"Jack" [at 94.5 (McGibbon, David)]
4"The Tidewatchers" [at 94.5]
BoxFolder
1421Mailer, Norman. The Deer Park (bound galleys)
1Manuel, Dennis. "The Step-back Man" [at 89.6]
2Mewshaw, Michael. The Tool (galleys)
2Midwood, Barton. "A Short Story" [at 86.8]
2Miles, Harold "The Re-enlistment Blues" [a song setting, at 54.7]
Mitchell, Burroughs. The Education of an Editor
3Draft with title Associations
4Later draft
5"Uncorrected proof"
6Mosley, Nicholas. Impossible Object
BoxFolder
1431Nef, John U. "Questions Science Cannot Answer"
Oakland, Ben. "The Bitter Beguine" [removed to oversize materials at 153.10]
2O'Donovan, Denis. "Wolf, a Novel"
3Orme, Geoffrey. "The Boy and the Bridge"
3Parr, Rita. Poems and short fiction [at 84.5]
4Porter, John H. "The Midnight Ride of Unckie Clyde"
5Priaulx, Allan. "The Short Fall and Rise of Gaullist France" [also at, in part, 86.6]
6Ray, Nicholas. "The Doctor and the Devils"
7Roberts, Ralph. "Mimosa Memories"
7Romero, Juan. "The Snatch" [at 79.3]
8Ryan, James. "Lovers' Delights" (two copies)
8Sack, John. "The Confessions of Lt. Calley" [at 94.7]
9Sackrider, Don. "To Spite Your Own Face"
10Sassaman, James. "Donnybrook's Diner" (excerpt)
Shaw, Irwin.
11"Ships, Bulls, and the Wind from the North"
12" Whistle by James Jones"
13Smith, Louis C. "Notes for Film Treatment: Django"
14Stallman, R. W. "The Sun Also Rises, but No Bells Ring"
15Stirling, Monica. "The Bracelet"
15Varona, Lewis. "La Réveil du Bois!" [removed to oversize materials at 153.11]
15Walthall, Melvin C. Lightning Forward [in part, at 103.2]
BoxFolder
1441Warfield, Joseph W. "Paris Samedi, Après-midi"
1Wheelock, John Hall. "Eight Sonnets" [at 71.5]
Wilder, Thorton
2Childhood
3Infancy
4Someone from Assisi
5Wood, Clement Biddle. "The Singlehander"
5Unidentified authors
6"Article Written for Sports Illustrated on Deep Diving"
7"The Faces of War" (working script for TV program, 10 Nov. 1957)
8"The Sun is on the Forehead of the Young Man Whose Jaw is Shot Away" ("from George Schiffer")
8"Volunteer Army" (rough draft of article) [at 106.1 ( New York Times)]
Subseries B. Criticism and Bibliography of James Jones
BoxFolder
1449Adams, Richard P. "A Second Look at From Here to Eternity" [also at 73.11]
Carter, Steven R.
10-12Typescript, 2 Feb. 1973-11 Feb. 1974
BoxFolder
1451-2Photocopy, 20 Feb. 1973-11 Jan. 1974
3-4Dissertation
5Thesis & dissertation excerpts
6Federspiel, Jürg. "Respektabilität und Verdammnis"
7Garrett, George. James Jones, pt. 1
BoxFolder
1461Garrett, George. James Jones, pt. 2
1Griffith, Ben W. "Rear Rank Robin Hood: James Jones' Folk Hero" [at 53.5 (Griffith, Ben W.)]
2Hopkins, John R. James Jones: a Checklist
3Miller, Nolan
4Ruhm, Herbert
5Wood, Clement Biddle. "Jim Jones"
Subseries C. Interviews of James Jones and Related Material, 1951-77
BoxFolder
1466Creativity and Mental Health (Q and A session at Florida Atlantic University, 3 June 1975)
7Interviews with JJ (typescripts, 1958-75)
8Interviews (photocopies, 1951-75) and obituaries (1977)
8Paris Review interview with JJ, 1959 [at 60.8]
8Bill Russell interview with JJ, 1960 [at 62.1 (Russell, Bill)]
8Transcript of taped conversation between Messrs. James Jones and William Styron, 1963 [at 69.14]
8A portrait of James Jones, as seen through Marcel Proust's questionnaire, 1963 [at 70.10]
8Transcript of taped conversation between JJ and Thomas E. Sternberg, 1975 [at 41.8-9]



 

Series V. Lowney Handy and the Writers' Colony, 1942-57,
1 box

The series contains a scattering of correspondence from members of the colony and from Lowney Handy's mother and siblings, as well as from James Jones' sister Marianne. The only letters present that include a significant number of Lowney's carbons are those from Scribner's and G.P. Putnam. Lowney's correspondence with Jones is located in the Correspondence series, where, additionally, her marginalia are to be found on various letters to Jones. A number of photographs of Lowney and Harry Handy are present in the Personal Papers series.
Lowney Handy incoming correspondence
BoxFolder
1469Unidentified, A-N
10Jones, Marianne, 1944-48
BoxFolder
1471P-Y
2Woodford, Jack, 1955-56
3Lowney Handy outgoing correspondence, 1952-56
Third-party correspondence
4B-V
5Martha Tucker to Jerry Tschappat, 1954-55
6Clippings, with Lowney's notes
Handy Writers' Colony
7Records and correspondence
8James Jones Golf Course



 

Series VI. Printed Matter, 1944-76,
3 boxes

The printed matter in the series includes research materials for a story idea (the 1966 "Moor murders" trial in England), newspaper issues containing columns by fellow writers (Norman Mailer in The Village Voice and Willie Morris in the Washington Star), collected clippings on an avocational interest (the Fischer-Spassky chess tournament of 1972), as well as miscellaneous fragments and minor publications from Jones' early years as a writer. Concluding the series is a collection of periodical issues, 1948-75, containing contributions by Jones.
BoxFolder
1479Minor publications and miscellanea, 1944-52
10Clippings, miscellaneous, 1944-56
BoxFolder
1481Newspaper issues, 1953-56
The Robinson Argus, 1949-56 issues [removed to oversize materials at 153.9]
2-3The Village Voice, Jan.-July 1956 issues
4John F. Kennedy clippings, 1964
5Washington Star 1976 issues with columns by Willie Morris
BoxFolder
1491Fischer-Spassky chess tournament articles, 1972
2-21"Moor murders" clippings, April-Oct. 1966
Box
150-151Noncirculating photographic materials (negatives and transparencies) from Boxes 24-121
Periodical issues and small monographs with contributions by JJ
BoxFolder
1521 1948-49
2 1950-59
3 1960-64
4 1965-69
5 1970-73
6 1974-75
Box
153Oversize materials removed from Boxes 3-152



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