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Biographical Sketch

Scope and Contents

Restrictions

Index Terms

Administrative Information

Sources:

Description of Series

I. Works, 1920-1976

II. Correspondence, 1912-1988

III. Business and Personal Papers, 1922-1988

IV. Third-Party Correspondence and Works, 1926-1984

Index

Index

University of Texas, Harry Ransom Humanities Research Center

Sitwell, Sacheverell:

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



Creator: Sitwell, Sacheverell, 1897-1988
Title: Sacheverell Sitwell Collection
Dates: 1912-1988
Abstract: The Sacheverell Sitwell Collection contains an extensive sampling of his written works, including 272 notebooks in which Sitwell wrote initial drafts for many of his works. Also present are letters written to Sitwell, business papers regarding his publications and the running of the Weston estate, and a small number of personal papers.
RLIN Record #: TXRC03-A1
Extent: 84 boxes (35.46 linear feet), 9 galley folders, and 4 oversize folders
Repository: Harry Ransom Humanities Research Center, University of Texas at Austin

Biographical Sketch

Sacheverell Reresby Sitwell was the third child and second son born to Sir George and Lady Ida Sitwell. Born at Scarborough in November 1897, "Sachie" suffered less from the expectations of his parents than his older siblings and was doted upon by the whole family. When he began school in 1908, he attended St. David's, Reigate, and then Eton.

Between 1912 and 1915 the Sitwell family was preoccupied by legal issues resulting from Lady Ida's debts, and Sacheverell suffered a great deal of emotional stress over her eventual imprisonment. World War I also loomed large in Sitwell's life as his brother, Osbert, and many of their mutual friends were shipped to the Front. At the age of seventeen Sitwell sought escape in aesthete attitudes and indulgences, running up debts to purchase books, pottery, and Japanese prints. He maintained these habits of escapism and living beyond his means throughout his life.

Sitwell left Eton at the end of 1916 and early the following year he joined the 5th Reserve Battalion, the Grenadier Guards, stationed at Chelsea Barracks in London. Lacking any aptitude for mechanics, horses, or leadership, Sacheverell made a poor soldier. However, while recovering from a bout of jaundice, he wrote several poems for his sister's magazine Wheels. Edith Sitwell had early detected Sachie's "poetic nature" and encouraged him to write. In 1918 his first volume of poetry, The People's Palace, was privately published but received very little notice.

Freed from the military early in 1919, Sitwell entered Oxford as an undergraduate of Balliol but left without taking a degree. He spent the next several years traveling, writing poetry, and making a start on what would become Southern Baroque Art. He worked with Edith to produce the performance art piece, Façade, and in 1922 Sitwell published The Hundred and One Harlequin, the first collection of his poetry to be published by the general publisher, Grant Richards. Southern Baroque Art, the prose work with which he would most often be identified, was published in 1924. Unlike Sitwell's poetry, which had so far been criticized as technically adept but obscure and lacking focus, Southern Baroque Art received praise all around. It also marked a personal transition for Sitwell, who went from thinking of himself as a poet to considering himself a writer.

In addition to being a successful literary year, in 1924 Sitwell met and fell in love with his future wife, Georgia Doble. They met at a dance. Sachie pursued Georgia assiduously for a year before she would agree to become engaged. They were married in Paris on October 12, 1925. Their first son, Reresby, was born in 1927 and his younger brother, Francis, in 1935.

Over the next several decades Sitwell produced a wide variety of literary works. He wrote one volume of short stories, several books on art, and two biographies. Developing a passion for British architecture, Sitwell published British Architects and Craftsmen in 1945, and four travel books between 1948 and 1956. He did not publish any more poetry until 1948 when Selected Poems, edited by Edith and Osbert Sitwell, came out. It was warmly received by critics. Sacheverell had no real desire to be brought into the limelight which was once again focused on the Sitwell Triad, however. While Edith and Osbert made international tours and promoted their works with vigor, Sacheverell stayed home on the Weston Estate, or traveled research new volumes.

The death of Edith in 1964 devastated both Osbert and Sacheverell and Osbert's death in 1969 was another serious emotional blow. However, it also served to release Sacheverell finally from the familial dependence he had always felt, financially and emotionally, and allowed him to make a sort of peace with the memory of his brother; this despite Osbert having left the larger part of his estate to Reresby. Enough of the estate went to Sacheverell to allow him to live out his days in relative wealth. Georgia died in 1980. Two years later, Sacheverell published his final volume of poetry, An Indian Summer. He was made a Companion of Honor in 1984 and died in 1988.

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Scope and Contents

The Sacheverell Sitwell Collection, 1912-1988, contains an extensive sampling of his written works, including 272 notebooks in which Sitwell wrote initial drafts for many of his works. Also present are letters written to Sitwell, business papers regarding his publications and the running of the Weston estate, and a small number of personal papers. The collection is organized into four series: Series I. Works, 1920-1976 (65 boxes); Series II. Correspondence, 1912-1988 (12 boxes); Series III. Business and Personal Papers, 1922-1988 (5 boxes); and Series IV. 1926-1984 (2 boxes). Portions of this collection were previously accessible through a card catalog, but have been re-cataloged as part of a retrospective conversion project.

Series I makes up about three-quarters of the collection and is composed of handwritten and typescript drafts as well as page proofs for a wide variety of Sitwell's works. Examples of poetry, travelogues, art criticism, and biography are all present including All of Summer in a Day, A Background for Domenico Scarlatti, For Want of the Golden City, Gothik North, Red Chapels of Banteai Srei, and Selected Poems, 1946-1963. Almost four boxes of handwritten and typescript poetry are present which may have been pulled together as part of Selected Poems, or may have been meant for a retrospective publication that was in the planning stages when Sitwell died. Of particular note are the 272 notebooks containing handwritten drafts of many poems, travel notes, and essays. Many of the works in these notebooks have been identified and are included in the Index of Works, along with all of the other titles in this series; however there is a quantity of unidentified text that is not listed in the index.

The Correspondence Series is composed almost exclusively of letters received by Sitwell, though a few written by him are interfiled. Of particular note are letters from Winifred Bryher, a patron of the Sitwells, and extensive correspondence from Edith and Osbert Sitwell. Identified correspondents are listed in the Index of Correspondence at the end of this guide. Also present, but not indexed, are letters of condolence on the death of Osbert and Georgia Sitwell, congratulatory letters on Sitwell's receipt of the Companion of Honor, and two folders of fan mail and another of general invitations. Finally there are ten folders of letters from unidentified correspondents.

Series III is made up of business and personal papers. These include household bills, account statements from and correspondence with accountants, brokers, and solicitors. Additional correspondence with publishers, lists and notes, photographs and printed images for books, radio show transcripts, tax records, and various printed ephemera are also included. Correspondents in this series are included in the Index of Correspondents at the end of this guide.

The final series is made up of third party correspondence and works. Letters written to and from people other than Sacheverell Sitwell comprise one folder in this series and are indexed in the Index of Correspondents at the end of this guide, while the rest of the material is composed of typescripts and page proofs of materials written by other authors. Included in this section is "A Brief History of Weston Hall," by Sir George Sitwell, which includes a handwritten family tree; two volumes of page proofs for the Diaries of Sylvester Douglas edited by Francis Bickley; and a confidential report on remote parts of Persia written by John Russell for the British Ambassador in 1956.

Elsewhere in the Ransom Center are six photographs of Sitwell, his family, and friends, located in the Literary Files of the Photography Collection. Also present are 16 vertical files primarily containing newspaper clippings regarding his works, as well as some printed material. One folder of newspaper clippings is located in the Scrapbook Collection. Illustrations drawn by John Farleigh for Old Fashioned Flowers are located in the John Farleigh Art Collection. Other materials related to Sacheverell Sitwell may be found in the following manuscript collections at the Ransom Center:

  • Cunard, Nancy
  • Lehmann, John
  • Lindsay, Philip
  • Lowndes, Belloc
  • Owen, Peter
  • Palmer, Herbert Edward
  • Sitwell, Edith, Dame
  • Sitwell, Georgia
  • Sitwell, Osbert, Sir
  • Strong, Leonard Alfred George
  • Symonds, John
  • Walpole, Hugh, Sir
  • Wilde, Oscar

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Restrictions

Access:

Open for research

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Index Terms

Correspondents
Aly Khan, Joan.
Beaumont, Cyril W. (Cyril William), 1891-1976.
Bryher, 1894-.
Cunard, Nancy, 1896-1965.
Egremont, Pamela.
Elizabeth II, Queen of England, 1926-.
Farleigh, John.
James, Zita Jungman.
Magro, Frank.
McCann, William.
Richards, Grant, 1872-1948.
Salter, Elizabeth, 1918-1981.
Sitwell, Edith, Dame, 1881-1964.
Sitwell, Osbert, 1892-1969.
Organizations
Faber and Faber.
Subjects
Authors, England, 20th century.
England, Social life and customs, 20th century.
Poets, English, 20th century.
Document Types
Financial records.
Galley proofs.

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Administrative Information

Acquisition:

Purchases, 1964-1990

Processed by:

Chelsea Dinsmore, 2003

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Sources:

Bradford, Sarah. Sacheverell Sitwell: Splendours and Miseries.
London:
Sinclair-Stevenson,
1993.

National Portrait Gallery. The Sitwells and the Art of the 1920s and 1930s.
London:
National Portrait Gallery Publications,
1994.

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Sacheverell Sitwell Collection--Folder List

 

I. Works, 1920-1976

Box Folder
1 1 Untitled essays and stories, 1929-30
2 Unidentified poems
3 Unidentified prose, handwritten
4-7 Unidentified prose, typescript
Box Folder
2 1 A
2-3 All Summer in a Day, typescript with author revisions, 1926
4* L'Amour au Theatre Italien, handwritten drafts with author revisions and galley proofs, nd
(*galley proofs removed to galley folder 1)
* "The Artistic Genius of Holland," galley proofs, 1954
(*removed to galley folder 2)
5 Augustus Hare's Italian Sketches, handwritten and typescript drafts with author revisions, 13pp 1976,
6 B
A Background for Domenico Scarlatti
Box Folder
2 7 Handwritten sections with extensive author revisions, 77pp 1935,
8 Typescript with author revisions and two incomplete carbon copies, 1935
Box Folder
3 1 Typescript with author revisions, 92pp 1935,
2 Book of the Dead, typescript with author revisions, 103pp
Book of Towers
Box Folder
3 3 Typescript of introduction with author revisions and nine photographs of tower drawings, 1928
4 Thirteen intaglio images of towers
5 British Architects and Craftsmen, typescript and first proofs of front matter, 45pp 1944,
6 C
Cannons of Giant Art
Box Folder
3 7 Handwritten and typescript versions of individual poems included in volume, 1925-33
8 Typescript with author revisions, 170pp
9 Sections I-X, typescript with author revisions, 144pp 1933,
Box Folder
4 1 Sections XI-XVIII, typescript with author revisions, 89pp 1933,
2 Sections XV (conclusion)-XVIV, typescript with author revisions, 88pp 1933,
* Galley proofs with author revisions, 10pp
(*removed to galley folder 2)
3 Castles in Spain, typescript with author revisions, 12pp 1962,
4 Children's Toys, handwritten with author revisions, 5pp
* Collected Poems: The Poems of Sacheverell Sitwell, galley proofs, 93pp 1936,
(*removed to galley folder 3)
5 D
Dance of the Quick and the Dead
Box Folder
4 6 Handwritten, typescript and printed version of essays included in volume
7 Partial typescript with author revisions, 152pp 1936,
8 Partial page proofs with author revisions, 1936
9 Denmark, typescript with author revisions, 82pp 1955,
Doctor Donne and Gargantua
Box Folder
5 1 Handwritten and typescript versions of Cantos 1-9, with author revisions, 1922-30
2 Composite handwritten and typescript draft with author revisions, 55pp 1929-30,
3 Typescript of Cantos XII & XIII, with author revisions, 60pp 1923,
4 E
Edinburgh
Box Folder
5 5-6 Typescript of Chapters I-III, VII-XII, Introduction, and Preface, 1938
7 Page proofs with author revisions, 237pp 1938,
Box Folder
6 1 F
* Façade, introduction, two sets of galley proofs with author revisions, 6pp
(*removed to galley folder 4)
2 Far from Home, typescript with revisions, 292pp
3-4 Fine Bird Book, two typescript versions with author revisions and notes, 200pp
Flower and Birds
Box Folder
6 5 Typescript sections, pp 35-100 with some repeated page numbers, with author revisions
6 Typescript, pp 83-236
7 Typescript, pp 245-301, "Fantasia on German Toy Pigeons" and Old Garden Roses
Box Folder
7 1 Typescript with author revisions, 301pp
For Want of the Golden City
Box Folder
7 2-4 Photocopy typescript, 782pp
Box Folder
8 1 Photocopy, cont.
2 Handwritten and typescript chapter headings, outlines, and notes with author revisions, 1973
3 Prologue, typescript and photocopies, 36pp
4 Book I, typescript sections with author revisions
5 Book III, typescript sections with author revisions, includes "Globe-Trotting" and "Apologia"
6-7 Preludio (omitted from final work), typescript versions with author revisions
8 Book IV: "Mattering," five typescript drafts with author revisions
9 Book IV: "Actor Found Dead in an Empty Flat," seven handwritten and typescript drafts with author revisions
Box Folder
9 1 Book VII, handwritten draft with author revisions, 26pp
2-4 Book IX, typescript drafts with author revisions
5 Forty-Eight Poems, partial typescript and printed version
6 G
German Baroque Art
Box Folder
9 7 Partial typescript with author revisions, 100pp 1927,
8 Typescript with extensive author revisions, 120pp 1927,
Box Folder
10 1 Typescript with author revisions, 91pp
2 Page proofs with author revisions, 62pp 1927,
* Galley proofs with author revisions, 50pp 1927,
(*removed to galley folder 4)
3 Photographs and prints for art plates, 21pp
4 Golden Wall and Mirador, partial typescript, 101pp
Gothick North
Box Folder
10 5 Volume I: The Visit of the Gypsies, one typescript page and page proofs, 156pp 1929,
6 Volume II: These Sad Ruins, typescript and page proofs, 300pp 1929,
7 Volume III: The Fair-Haired Victory, typescript with author revisions and page proofs, 1929
8 H
Box Folder
11 1 Harlequin in Art, typescript with author revisions, 14pp 1926,
2 The Homing of the Winds, typescript with author revisions, 224pp
Hunters and the Hunted
Box Folder
11 3-5 Handwritten and typescript drafts with extensive author revisions
Box Folder
12 1-2 Typescripts, cont.
3 Various handwritten and typescript sections
4 I
5 J-L
Journey to the Ends of Time (early version)
Box Folder
12 6 Typescript with author revisions, 429pp
Box Folder
13 1 Typescript, cont.
2-3 Handwritten and typescript versions of various sections
4 Page proofs, 455pp 1959,
Lectures
Box Folder
13 5 "The Arts and Modern Living," two typescripts with author revisions, 50pp
6 "Conversation Pieces," two typescripts with author revisions, 62pp
7 France: Mother of Arts in Modern Europe, two typescripts with author revisions, 56pp
8 "George Cruikshank," four typescripts with author revisions, 98pp
9 "Palladian England," two typescripts with author revisions, 46pp
Box Folder
14 1 "Studies from the World's Great Literature," two typescripts with author revisions, 58pp
2 "The Taste of the Seventeenth Century," typescript with author revisions, 30pp
3 "Venice and Venetian Painting," two typescripts with author revisions, 59pp
Life of Liszt
Box Folder
14 4 Two notebooks with handwritten notes, transcripts, and lists of works by Liszt, also contains notes on Japanese painted screens
5 Handwritten notes, typescript, and page proofs with author revisions, 1934
6 "Liszt," biographical essay for inclusion in a musical encyclopedia, handwritten notes and typescript draft with author revisions, fragments of Southern Baroque Art on verso of notes
7 M
8 "Man with Two Hearts: or Café Normand" and "Tears, Idle Tears," typescript, 22pp
9 Margot Fonteyn, typescript, 9pp 1953,
Mauretania: Warrior, Man and Woman
Box Folder
14 10 Typescript with author revisions, 376pp 1940,
Box Folder
15 1 Typescript, cont.
2 Bound page proofs with author revisions, 326pp 1940,
3 Monks, Nuns and Monasteries: Introduction, typescript with author revisions, 33pp
Mozart
Box Folder
15 4 Typescript fragment with author revisions, 16pp
5 Typescript with author revisions, 153pp 1931,
6 N
7 Narrative Pictures, handwritten draft with author revisions, 130pp 1937,
8 Nocturnae Silvani Potenti, handwritten versions 29pp, also includes 9 pages of unidentified prose
Box Folder
16 1-3 Notebooks, handwritten notes and excerpts on various topics, 15 notebooks 1930-50,
Box Folder
17 1 "A Note for Bibliophiles," handwritten and typescript drafts with author revisions; typescript article by the same name; also includes unidentified prose and several typescript biographical notes, 1953-74
2 O
* Old Carnations and Pinks, galley proofs, 26pp
(*removed to galley folder 5)
3 Old Fashioned Flowers, two typescript chapters "Roses" and "Fuchsias," with author revisions, 25pp each
4* Old Garden Roses, typescript preface and galley proofs with extensive author revisions, 29pp
(galley proofs removed to oversize folder 1)
5 P-Q
6 A Pair of Entr'actes for an August Evening, handwritten and typescript drafts, 80pp
7-8 Poems, typescript in three volumes with author revisions, 487pp
Box Folder
18 1 Typescript, cont.
2-5 Poetry, various handwritten and typescript poems, usually with author revisions, 1929-76
Box Folder
19 1-5 Poetry, cont.
Box Folder
20 1-5 Poetry, cont.
Box Folder
21 1-4 Poetry, cont.
Box Folder
22 1-3 Poetry, cont.
4 Poltergeist, typescript draft and two typescript fragments with author revisions, 74pp
5-6 Primitive Scenes and Festivals, typescript with author revisions and additions
Box Folder
23 1 R
2-3 Red Chapels of Banteai Srei, typescript with author revisions, 304pp 1962,
4 Reviews of various books
* Review of The Pentamerone of Basile, galley proofs, 2pp
(*removed to galley folder 6)
5 Roumanian Journey, preface, introduction, chapters I, II, and IV, typescript with author revisions, 175pp ca. 1938,
6 S-Sk
Sacred and Profane Love
Box Folder
23 7 Composite typescript and carbon copy drafts with author revisions and insertions
Box Folder
24 1-6 Composite, cont.
Box Folder
25 1-3 Composite, cont.
4 Selected Poems, 1946-1963, typescript with author revisions, 247pp
5 Sketch of Scarborough Sands, typescript, 17pp
6 Sn-Sz
Southern Baroque Art
Box Folder
25 7 Handwritten and typescript sections with author revisions, 78pp 1921-22,
8 Typescript sections, "Francesco Solimena, 1657-1747" and "Mythological Subjects," 125pp 1921-22,
Box Folder
26 1 Part II: "Les Indes Galantes," typescript with author revisions and notes, 98pp 1921-23,
2 Part III: "The King and the Nightingale," typescript with author revisions and notes, 95pp 1922,
3 Part IV: "Mexico," typescript with author revisions and notes, 84pp 1922,
4-5 Southern Baroque Art Revisited, typescript and page proofs with author revisions, 1967
6* Spain Revisited, two typescript drafts with handwritten notes and galley proofs with author revisions, 1974
(*galley proofs removed to galley folder 7)
Spanish Baroque Art
Box Folder
26 7 Handwritten and typescript versions with author revisions, 1931
8 Handwritten notes and typescript draft with author revisions, 129pp 1931,
Box Folder
27 1 T
2 These Sad Ruins: Dialogue in the Apple-Wood, typescript with author revisions, 78pp
The Thirteenth Caesar and Other Poems
Box Folder
27 3 "Actor Rehearsing and Other Poems," typescript with author revisions, 112pp 1923,
4 "New Water Music," typescript with author revisions, includes six poems not in published version, 116pp 1923,
5 The Three Indies, typescript with handwritten inserts and author revisions, 73pp 1930?,
6 Tropicalia, handwritten table of contents and two typescripts with author revisions, 62pp 1973,
* Two Poems, Ten Songs, galley proofs with author revisions, 9pp 1929,
(*removed to galley folder 8)
7 V
8 La Vie Parisienne, composite handwritten and typescript with author revisions, 71pp
9 "The Visit of the Gypsies" [The Gothick North], handwritten draft sections and two typescript versions of Book I, with author revisions
10 W-Z
11 "Wallpaper and Chintzes: A Little Survey," two typescript sections, 35pp 1959,
12 The Widow's Mite, three typescripts with author revisions, 129pp
Box Folder
28 1-6 Notebooks 1-6
Box Folder
29 1-8 Notebooks 7-14
Box Folder
30 1-6 Notebooks 15-20
Box Folder
31 1-6 Notebooks 21-26
Box Folder
32 1-7 Notebooks 27-33
Box Folder
33 1-7 Notebooks 34-40
Box Folder
34 1-7 Notebooks 41-47
Box Folder
35 1-8 Notebooks 48-55
Box Folder
36 1-8 Notebooks 56-63
Box Folder
37 1-6 Notebooks 64-69
Box Folder
38 1-8 Notebooks 70-77
Box Folder
39 1-9 Notebooks 78-86
Box Folder
40 1-11 Notebooks 87-97
Box Folder
41 1-9 Notebooks 98-106
Box Folder
42 1-8 Notebooks 107-114
Box Folder
43 1-7 Notebooks 115-121
Box Folder
44 1-7 Notebooks 122-128
Box Folder
45 1-7 Notebooks 129-135
Box Folder
46 1-7 Notebooks 136-142
Box Folder
47 1-7 Notebooks 143-149
Box Folder
48 1-8 Notebooks 150-157
Box Folder
49 1-6 Notebooks 158-163
Box Folder
50 1-6 Notebooks 164-169
Box Folder
51 1-7 Notebooks 170-176
Box Folder
52 1-8 Notebooks 177-184
Box Folder
53 1-7 Notebooks 185-191
Box Folder
54 1-7 Notebooks 192-198
Box Folder
55 1-5 Notebooks 199-203
Box Folder
56 1-6 Notebooks 204-209
Box Folder
57 1-7 Notebooks 210-216
Box Folder
58 1-6 Notebooks 217-222
Box Folder
59 1-6 Notebooks 223-228
Box Folder
60 1-5 Notebooks 229-233
Box Folder
61 1-8 Notebooks 234-341
Box Folder
62 1-9 Notebooks 242-250
Box Folder
63 1-7 Notebooks 251-257
Box Folder
64 1-8 Notebooks 258-265
Box Folder
65 1-7 Notebooks 266-272

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II. Correspondence, 1912-1988

Box Folder
66 1 A
2 B-Be
3 Bi-Bo
4 Br-Bz
5 Bryher, Winifred Ellerman
6 C-Ch
Box Folder
67 1 Casey, Maie
2 Chaplin, Anthony
3 Cl-Cz
4 Clayer, Alasdair
5 Closson, Alfred Burton
6 Cooke, Diana
7 D-De
8 Di-Dz
9 E
10 Egremont, Pamela
11 Elborn, Geoffrey
Box Folder
68 1 F
2 G
3 H-Ha
4 Haw-Hz
5 Henniker-Gotley, Hugh
6 Hobson, Anthony
Box Folder
69 1 I-J
2 Jones, Josette
3 K
4 L-Lei
5 Les-Lz
6 Lovell, Bernard
7 M-McC
Box Folder
70 1 McD-Mz
2 N-O
3 P-Pe
4 Pearson, John
5 Pi-Pz
6 Quennell, Peter
7 R
8 Richards, Grant
9 S-Sc
Box Folder
71 1 Se-So
Sitwell, Edith
Box Folder
71 2 Undated
3 1925-30
4 1931-35
5 1936-39
6 1940-43
7 1944-45
8 1946-47
Box Folder
72 1 1948-50
2 1951-57
3 1958-59
4 1960-62
5 Sitwell, Evelyn
6 Sitwell, Francis
7 Sitwell, George, Sir
8 Sitwell, Ida, Lady
Sitwell, Osbert
Box Folder
72 9 Undated
10 1925-26
Box Folder
73 1 1927-28
2 1929-31
3 1932-36
4 1937-39
5 1940-41
6 1942-43
Box Folder
74 1 1944-45
2 1946-49
3 1950-56
4 1957-61
5 1962-65
6 Sitwell, Reresby
7 Sp-Sz
Box Folder
75 1 T
2 Tee, George
3 Urata, F.
4 V
5 W-We
6 Wh-Wz
7 Wood, Michael
8 X-Z
Box Folder
76 1-2 Condolence letters re Georgia Sitwell's death, 1980
3 Condolence letters re Osbert Sitwell's death, 1969
4-7 Congratulatory letters re Sacheverell's Companion of Honor, 1984
Box Folder
77 1-2 Fan mail
3 Invitations
4-7 Unidentified correspondents
Box Folder
78 1-3 Unidentified correspondents

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III. Business and Personal Papers, 1922-1988

Box Folder
78 4 Auctioneers, 1963-81
5 Bertram Rota, booksellers, 1964-80
6-7 Bills, goods and services, 1924-84
8 Bills, household expenses, 1939-64
Box Folder
79 1 Bills, household (cont.)
Coutts & Co., Accountants, account statements
Box Folder
79 2 1941-63
3 1964-65
4 1972-76
5 Coutts & Co., general correspondence, 1925-75
Frere Cholmeley & Co., Solicitors, correspondence and accounts
Box Folder
79 6 1925-63
Box Folder
80 1 1964-69
2 1970-85
* Additional documents in oversize folder 2
Grieveson, Grant & Co., Brokers
Box Folder
80 3 1959-63
4 1964-69
* Additional documents in oversize folder 2 and galley folder 9
5-6 Hotel and travel arrangements, 1927-79
7 Insurance, 1964-65
8 Layout for title page of Poems Old & New, 2pp
9 Lists and notes for various works, handwritten and typescript
10 Lists of published works
11* Newsletters, menus, programs, and other printed materials
(*additional materials removed to oversize folder 4)
Box Folder
81 1 Notes for various works, handwritten and typescript
2 Photographs and printed images for book illustrations
Publishers correspondence and accounts
Box Folder
81 3 B.T. Batsford, Ltd., 1927-75
4 C.W. Beaumont, 1926-41
5-6 David Higham Assoc., Ltd. (includes Pearn, Pollinger and Higham), 1937-61, 1963-75
7 Faber and Faber, Ltd., 1930-76
8 Gerald Duckworth & Co., Ltd., 1927-28
9 Weidenfeld & Nicolson, 1963-64
10-12 Correspondence from various publishing houses, 1926-88
Box Folder
82 1 Radio show transcripts, typescript with revisions, 1952
Tax accounts and correspondence
Box Folder
82 2 1927-45
3 1950-56
4 1960-76
5 Various account statements and correspondence, 1932-64
6 Various personal documents, vaccination booklets, marriage and birth certificates, etc.
7 Various photographs
8 Wells Richardson & Co., accountants, 1960-65
Weston Estate
Box Folder
82 9 General correspondence, 1927-78
10 Farmer and Dark Architects, 1964
Box Folder
83 1 Furnishings catalog
2* H.P. Stace, Land Agent, 1923-38
(*additional documents in oversize folder 2)
3 Insurance documents, 1947-62
4 Maintenance claim documents, 1951-59
* Maps of Weston
(*removed to oversize folder 3)

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IV. Third-Party Correspondence and Works, 1926-1984

Box Folder
83 5 Correspondence, A-Z; unidentified
Works
Box Folder
83 6 A-Z; unidentified
7 "A Brief History of Weston Hall," Sir George Sitwell, typescript with author revisions, includes a handwritten family tree, 71pp
Diaries of Sylvester Douglas (Lord Glenbervie), edited by Francis Bickley
Box Folder
83 8 Volume I page proofs, 1927
Box Folder
84 1 Volume II page proofs, 1927
2 Gentle Caesar, R.J. Minney and Osbert Sitwell, carbon copy typescript, 102pp 1942,
3 The Great War-Cloud by Percy Bysshe Shelley, Shirley Carson Jenney, typescript with author revisions, 6pp
4 The Last Medici, by Harold Acton, typescript with author revisions, 29pp
5 Research regarding Hide Family, unknown author, typescript, 126pp
6 Reviews of The Hunters and the Hunted, newspaper clippings, 1947-52
7 Reviews of Monks, Nuns, and Monasteries, 1965
8 Yazd--Tabas--Meshed, by John Russell, typescript report on remote parts of Persia [Iran] written for the British Ambassador, 1956

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 Sacheverell Sitwell Collection--Index of Correspondents 

Names in bold appear in the RLIN record.

  • A. Hutchinson and Company--81.10
  • Aberconway, Christabel Mary Melville Macnaghten McLaren, Baroness--66.1
  • Achillopoulo, Costa--66.1, 83.5
  • Acton, Harold Mario Mitchell, 1904- --66.1
  • Addy, Mary G.--66.1
  • Allderidge, Patricia--66.1
  • Allen, Marjorie Elizabeth--66.1
  • Almeida, Antonio Taveres de--66.1
  • Alsop, Susan Mary--66.1
  • Aly Khan, Joan--66.1
  • Ames-Lewis, Francis, 1943- --66.1
  • Amies, Hardy, 1909- --66.1
  • Andrade, Lorna--66.1
  • ApIvor, Denis--66.1
  • Apsion, R.--66.1
  • The Architect's Journal--66.1
  • Armstrong, Robert, 1901- --66.1
  • Aronson, Theo--66.1
  • Arts et Metiers Graphiques--66.1
  • Artwork Publishing Company, Ltd.--81.10
  • Attwood, Susan--66.1
  • Axton, David, 1945- --66.1
  • Aysayh, Anthony--66.1
  • B. T. Bateford, Ltd.--81.3
  • Baddeley, Mark--66.2
  • Baily, R.E.H.--66.2
  • Baker, Joan--66.2
  • Balston, Thomas--66.2
  • Barman, Christian Augustus, 1898- --66.2
  • Barnes, E.J.W.--66.2
  • Baron, Wendy--66.2
  • Barrett, Michael P.--66.2
  • Basilisk Press--81.12
  • Battasley, P.L.E.--66.2
  • Battison, Mrs.--66.2
  • Bean, Arthur Parsons--66.2
  • Beaton, Cecil Walter Hardy, Sir, 1904- --66.2
  • Beaufort, Louise--66.2
  • Beaumont, Cyril W. (Cyril William), 1891-1976--66.2, see also C. W. Beaumont (firm)
  • Beerbohm, Max, Sir, 1872-1956--66.2
  • Bell, Alan--66.2
  • Bennett, Evelyn--66.2
  • Benziger & Co. Ltd.--66.2
  • Berckemeyer, Fernando--66.2
  • Berger, Hans--66.2
  • Bessborough, Frederick Ponsonby, Earl of, 1913- --66.2
  • Betjeman, John, Sir, 1906- --66.2
  • Birrell, Anne--66.3
  • Blanche, Lesley--66.3
  • Bleind, Aron--66.3
  • Blunden, Edmund, 1896-1974--66.3
  • Blunt, Wilfrid, 1901- --66.3
  • Bodkin, Thomas--66.3
  • Bolles-Rogers, Charles--66.3
  • Booth-Clibborn, Charles--66.3
  • Bora, Alexander--66.3
  • Boswell, David (David M.)--66.3
  • Bothine, Frances--66.3
  • Bottomley, Gordon, 1874-1948--66.3
  • Bowden, Jill Anne--66.3
  • Bowden, Nancy--66.3
  • Bower, Leonard--66.3
  • Bower-Lyon, John--66.3
  • Bowra, C.M. (Cecil Maurice), 1898-1971--66.3
  • Boyd, Alastair, 1927- --66.3
  • Bradford, Audrey--66.4
  • Bradshaw, W.P.A., Major-General--66.4
  • Bramford, Francis--66.2
  • Branch, Guy--66.4
  • Bridges, W.H.--66.4
  • Bristow, Philip--66.4
  • British Lion Production Assests, Ltd.--81.10
  • Britton, Clive--66.4
  • Broklehurst, Charles ("Charlie")--66.4
  • Brougham, Eleanor ("Baba")--66.4
  • Brown, Michael--66.4
  • Brown, Richard Blake, 1902- --83.5
  • Bruce, Donald and Sylvia--66.4
  • Buchanan, Hardasyde--66.4
  • Buckle, Dicky--66.4
  • Buell, Lois Secheverell--66.4
  • Byan[?], Steffard--66.4
  • Byron, Robert, 1905-1941--66.4
  • Bryher, 1894- --66.5
  • C. W. Beaumont (firm)--51.4
  • Caedmon Press--66.6
  • Campoli, Domenico--66.6
  • Caraman, Philip, 1911- --66.6
  • Carcanet Press (Manchester, England)--81.12
  • Cardew Wood, L.J.--66.6
  • Carritt, David--66.6
  • Carte, A.F.--66.6
  • Carter, Lionel--66.6
  • Cartula, McLuisa--66.6
  • Casey, Maie, Lady--67.1
  • Cassilly, Thomas A. (Thomas Alexander), 1923- --66.6
  • Centaur Press--81.12
  • Chandos-Pole, John--66.6
  • Channon, Henry, 1898-1958--66.6
  • Child, A. Dumas--66.6
  • Childe, Wilfred Rowland, 1890-1952--66.6
  • Chamot, Mary, 1900- --66.6
  • Chaplin, Anthony--67.2
  • Chapman, Reg.--66.6
  • The Chinese Gourmet Club, Ltd.--66.6
  • Chisholm, Alastair--66.6
  • Christensen, Sigurd--66.6
  • Christie, John--66.6
  • Christy, Gerald--66.6
  • Church, George--66.6
  • Claridge, Marie--67.3
  • Clark, Kenneth, 1903- --67.3
  • Clark, Leonard--67.3
  • Clarkson, Tom, 1913- --67.3
  • Clayre, Alastair--67.4
  • Cleuerdon, Douglas--67.3
  • Closson, Alfred Burton (Buster)--67.5
  • Cloughby, Hugh W.--67.3
  • Coats, Peter--67.3
  • Cochran, Charles Blake, Sir, 1872?-1951--67.3
  • Codrington, Sybil (Aunt)--67.3
  • Coke, Desmond--67.3
  • Coles, S.F.A. (Sydney Frederick Arthur), b.1896--67.3
  • Collins, Alfred--67.3
  • Compton-Rickett, Arthur, 1869-1937--83.5
  • Cooke, Diane--67.6
  • Courtland, Samuel, 1876-1947--67.3
  • Coutts & Co.--79.5
  • Cowles, Frederick--67.3
  • Cunard, Emerald--67.3
  • Cunard, Nancy, 1896-1965--67.3
  • Cunningham, James A.--67.3
  • Curtain Press, Ltd.--81.10
  • Cutting, Helen--67.3
  • Dale, Kathleen, 1896-1984--67.7
  • Danueskjold, Helle--67.7
  • David Higham & Assoc.--67.7, 81.5-6
  • David, Villers--67.7
  • Davidson, Edith B.--67.7
  • Davies, Cheris--67.7
  • Davies, E. John (Edward John)--67.7
  • Davies, Hywel--67.7
  • Davies, Peter--67.7
  • Dawson, Frederick, 1868-1940--67.7
  • Deitch, Joseph--67.7
  • Del Cruir?--67.7
  • Della Gherawesca, Flavia--67.7
  • Derwent, Peter--67.7
  • De Saran, Marian--67.7
  • De Sausa, J.--67.7
  • De Souza Leao, J.--67.7
  • De Verci, Lois--67.7
  • Devonshire, Evelyn Cavendish, Duchess of--67.7
  • Doble, Georgie--67.8
  • Doubleday, Doran & Company--81.10
  • Douglas, Anabel--67.8
  • Douglas, R. Langton (Robert Langton), 1864-1951--83.5
  • Drawing and Design--81.10
  • Drummond, Rose--67.8
  • Drummond, Stewart--67.8
  • Dryden, Clara E.--67.8
  • Duckworth (firm)--81.8, 83.5
  • Duddryhi, J.N.--67.8
  • Dunn, James Clement (Jimmy and Mary)--67.8
  • Duthuit, George, 1891- --67.8
  • Dyce, J.W.--67.8
  • Dydo, Ulla E.--67.8
  • Easton, Malcolm--67.9
  • Eayette, Penny--67.9
  • Edwards, Ralph, 1920- --67.9
  • Egremont, Pamela--67.10
  • Elborn, Geoffrey, 1950- --67.11
  • Elizabeth II, Queen of England, 1926- --67.9
  • Elizabeth, Queen Mother--67.9
  • Elliman, Bernard--83.5
  • Elliman, Jonathan--67.9
  • Ellul, Edward--67.9
  • Eptas[?], Luna[?]--67.9
  • Esdaile, Edmund--67.9
  • Etchells, Frederick, 1886-1973--67.9
  • Eve, Matthew--67.9
  • Eve, Stanley--67.9
  • Faber and Faber--81.7
  • Fagern, Keith--68.1
  • Fairfax, Evelyn Constance, 1871-1978--68.1
  • Fallowell, Duncan--68.1
  • Farleigh, John--68.1
  • Farmer & Dark Architects--82.10
  • Farquhar, Jean--68.1
  • Fedden, Robin, 1908-1977--68.1
  • Fergus, David--68.1
  • Ferrand, Jacques--68.1
  • Fielding, Daphne Vivian, 1904- --68.1
  • Fifoot, Richard--68.1
  • Fitton, Mary--68.1
  • Fitzwilliam, James--68.1
  • Forbes, Alastair--68.1
  • Forbes, Elizabeth--68.1
  • Forshaw, Joseph Michael--68.1
  • Fosburgh, Minnie Astor--68.1
  • Foster, Sarah--68.1
  • Fowle, Le Clere--68.1
  • Foyle, Christina--68.1
  • Francis, H.J.--68.1
  • Freeman, John--68.1
  • Frere Cholmeley Bischoff (firm)--79.6-80.2
  • G. Heywood Hill, Ltd.--68.2
  • Gard Books--81.12
  • Gaskill, Constance Milnes--68.2
  • George Rainbird Limited--81.10
  • Gibbon, Monk, 1896- --68.2
  • Gibson, Jeremy Sumner Wycherley--68.2
  • Gilmer, Julia Morrow--68.2
  • Givell, W.E.--68.2
  • Gladwyn, Gladwyn Jebb, Baron--68.2
  • Goft, Tom--68.2
  • Goldsmid, Rosemary d'Avigdor--68.2
  • Gollancz, Victor, 1893-1967--68.2
  • Gordon Woodhouse, Violet, 1871-1948--68.2, 83.5
  • Gosse, Edmund, 1849-1928--68.2, 83.5
  • Gould, Kenneth Alan--68.2
  • Gould, Paul--68.2
  • Graham, Imogen--68.2
  • Graham-Murray, James--68.2
  • Green, David, 1940- --68.2
  • Greene, Graham, 1904- --68.2
  • Greenlees, Iain--68.2
  • Greenway, Lauder--68.2
  • Greenwood, John--68.2
  • Grey, Pamela, 1871-1928--68.2
  • Grieveson, Grant & Co.--80.3-4
  • Guerin, Paul, 1928- --68.2
  • Guest, E. Margaret--68.2
  • H. P. Stace--83.2
  • Hadfield, John, 1907- --68.3
  • Hadley, Patrick Arthur Sheldon--68.3
  • Haines-Smith, Marian--68.3
  • Hale, John, 1926- --83.5
  • Hale, Richard Walden, 1909-1976--68.3
  • Hallam, Percy--68.3
  • Hamilton, Vera Grace--68.3
  • Hamiltory, B.W.--68.3
  • Hamish Hamilton Ltd.--81.10
  • Hamsford-Johnson, Pamela, Lady Snow--68.3
  • Harcourt Smith, Simon--68.3
  • Hargraves, Florence M.--68.3
  • Harling, H.R.--68.3
  • Harper, Alannah--68.3
  • Harris, Ethel--68.3
  • Harrow, Bill--68.3
  • Hart-Davies, Rupert, 1907- --68.3
  • Hartwell, Clare--68.3
  • Harvey, John Hooper--68.3
  • Hawkins, Irene, 1939- --68.4
  • Hay, V.--68.4
  • Hay and Son, Ltd.--68.4
  • Haynes, Alan--68.4
  • Henniker-Gotley, Hugh--68.5, 83.5
  • Herber-Percy, Robert--68.4
  • L'Herne--81.12
  • Hesketh, Christian, 1929- --68.4
  • Hess, Werner--68.4
  • Hill, Derek--68.4
  • Hill, Susan, 1942- --68.4
  • Hinton, Alistair--68.4
  • Hoare, Philip--68.4
  • Hoare, Samuel--68.4
  • Hobson, Anthony, 1921- --68.6
  • Hollingworth, Maynard--83.5
  • Holroyd, Michael--68.4
  • Holsten, H. Berner Schilden--68.4
  • Hopkins, Charles--68.4
  • Horner, David--68.4
  • Hough, W.--68.4
  • Howard, Philip, 1933- --68.4
  • Howson, Gerald--68.4
  • Hughes, Nigel--68.4
  • Humphries, Barry--68.4
  • Humphrey, - --83.5
  • Ingwersen, Will--69.1
  • Jackson, Emmanuel--83.5
  • James, Zita Jungman--69.1
  • Jamieson, T. John--69.1
  • Jenkins, Elizabeth, 1907- --69.1
  • John, Augustus, 1878-1961--69.1
  • Johnston, Charles--69.1
  • Jones, Alun--69.1
  • Jones, Josette--69.2
  • Jones, Penelope--69.1
  • Jordan, William, 1951- --69.1
  • Juett, Nick--69.1
  • Jundzill, Jan Balinski, Count--69.1
  • Keckmet, Dusko, Professor--69.3
  • Kelemen, Pal--69.3
  • Kennedy, Michael, 1926- --69.3
  • Kennedy, Moira and Ludovic--69.3
  • King, Harold C.--69.3
  • Kingsley, Isabel--69.3
  • Lacerda, Alberto de, 1928- --69.4
  • Laing, Peter--69.4
  • Lake, P.I.--69.4
  • Lambert, P.J.--69.4
  • Lancaster, Osbert, Sir, 1908- --69.4
  • Lance, D.G.--69.4
  • Lang-Sims, Lois--69.4
  • Latham, Peter, 1894- --69.4
  • Laurence, D.R. (Desmond Roger)--69.4
  • Leach, Janet--69.4
  • Leach, John--69.4
  • Lee, Brian North--69.4
  • Lee, Ralph O.--69.4
  • Leedham, Leonard--69.4
  • Lees-Milne, James--69.4
  • Leger, Brigitte--69.4
  • Lehmann, John, 1907- --69.4
  • Leiroy[?], Dimitri N.--69.4
  • Leslie, Serge (Doris and Serge)--69.5
  • Lester, K.C. (Keith C.)--69.5
  • Leverson, Ada--69.5
  • Lewis, Christopher, 1944- --69.5
  • Lewis, Guy--69.5
  • Lewis, Willa--69.5
  • Lincoln, Tony--69.5
  • Lindhagen, Niles--69.5
  • Lindsay, Loelia, 1902- --69.5
  • Lindsay-Hogg, Anthony, Sir--69.5
  • Linster, Raymond--69.5
  • The Liszt Society (London, Eng.)--69.5
  • Liuemore, Ann--69.5
  • Lloyd, Kenneth--69.5
  • Locke, H.--69.5
  • London Library--69.5
  • Long, Kathleen--69.5
  • Loughton-Browne, Michael--69.5
  • Lovell, Bernard, Sir, 1913- --69.6
  • Lyon, H.D.--69.5
  • Lyon, Mary--69.5
  • Lytton, Mary A.--69.5
  • MacAuley, Rose--69.7
  • MacKenzie, Alan--69.7
  • MacMillan, Harold, 1894- --69.7
  • Magro, Frank--69.7
  • Maitland, F.H.--69.7
  • Malcolm, George John, 1917- --69.7
  • Man, Felix H., 1893- --69.7
  • Marillier, Harry D.--69.7
  • Markham, Henry--69.7
  • Martel de la Chesnaye, Catherine--69.7
  • Marques, Susan Lowndes, 1907-1993--69.7
  • Mathison, Lilian--69.7
  • Maunsell, Cecilia Dorothy--69.7
  • May, I. H.--69.7
  • Maynard, M., Mrs.--69.7
  • Mayne, C.W.--69.7
  • McCann, Robert--69.7
  • McCann, William--69.7
  • McClintock, A. F.--69.7
  • McCrimmon, Barbara--69.7
  • McDonald, Colin, 1932- --83.5
  • McDougal, Edward D.--70.1
  • McEwen, Rory--70.1
  • Medovich, N.--70.1
  • Megroz, R. C.--70.1
  • Messers Baker, Ltd.--66.2
  • Meyerfeld, Max--70.1
  • Michael Joseph, Ltd.--81.12
  • Midland Bank International--70.1
  • Millar, Christine--70.1
  • Mills, T.S.--70.1
  • Moffat, Ivan--70.1
  • Moghadave, S.--70.1
  • Monnig-Boustedt, Gisela--70.1
  • Montigu House--81.11
  • Moore, Avril--70.1
  • Moore, Henry--70.1
  • Morelon, C. Oscar--70.1
  • Morland, Dorothy--70.1
  • Morrill, Sibley S.--70.1
  • Morris, William Beaumont--70.1
  • Mortimer, John--70.1
  • Mortimer, Raymond--70.1
  • Mudford, Elizabeth--70.1
  • Murray, H.R.--70.1
  • Musgrave, Clifford--70.1
  • Mynott, Lawrence--70.1
  • Mystery Plays & Festival of the Arts (City of York)--81.10
  • Nash, Paul--70.2
  • Nevinson, C.R.W. (Christopher Richard Wynne), 1889-1946--70.2
  • Newbold, Peter, 1931- --70.2
  • Noakes, Ben--70.2
  • Nonce, Marian--70.2
  • Norbury, V.--70.2
  • Northamptonshire Constabulary--70.2
  • Old Fort Nassau, B.W.I.--81.10
  • Olivier, Edith--70.2
  • Olschki, Leo S. (Leo Samuel), 1861-1940--70.2
  • Orwell, Sonia--70.2
  • Osirio de Calheiros, Francisco--70.2
  • Oxford University Press--81.10, 81.12
  • Pacini, Piero--70.3
  • Packer, K. Harvey--70.3
  • Page, Russell, 1906-1985--70.3
  • Paget, Celia--70.3
  • Palmer, Anthea--70.3
  • Parker, Derek, 1925- --70.3
  • Parsons, Alan--83.5
  • Parsons, Bridget--70.3
  • Paton, David--70.3
  • Pearson, John--70.4
  • Pembroke, Mary--70.3
  • Percy, Esmé, 1887-1957--83.5
  • Performing Right Society--81.12
  • Pestell, Elia--83.5
  • Peter Davis (firm)--81.10
  • Petriburg, Cyril--70.3
  • Piper, John, 1903- --70.5
  • Platzer, David--70.5
  • The Poetry Review--70.5
  • Pollack, B.--70.5
  • Ponsonby, Frederick--see Bessborough, Frederick Ponsonby
  • Poole, Derek--70.5
  • Poole, Edward--70.5
  • Potocki, Helen, Countess--70.5
  • Potter, G. R. (George Richard), 1900- --70.5
  • Powell, Harvey, Mrs.--70.5
  • Powerscourt, Sheila--see Wingfield, Sheila
  • Powis, Stephen--70.5
  • Pretal Verlag--70.5
  • Probst, Ed--70.5
  • Probyn, Maye--70.5
  • Purser, Philip, 1925- --70.5
  • Pyatt, A. J.--70.5
  • Pym, Roland--70.5
  • Quennell, Peter, 1905- --70.6
  • Raeburn, Michael, 1940- --70.7
  • Rainbird, George--70.7
  • Rambert, Maria--70.7
  • Randall, Ruth--70.7
  • Raymond, Harold, 1887-1975--70.7
  • Raymond, Jacqueline--70.7
  • Realities--70.7
  • Richards, Grant, 1872-1948--70.8
  • Richardson, John, 1924- --70.7
  • Rilly, H.--70.7
  • Rinsler, Norma--70.7
  • Ritchie, Neil--70.7
  • Robert, Cecil, 1892- --70.7
  • Robert Hale, Ltd--81.10, 81.12
  • Robert MacLehose & Co.--69.7
  • Roberts, Denys Kilhan, 1903-1976--83.5
  • Roberts, F. Warren--70.7
  • Robertson, Scott J. W. (John William), 1866-1962--70.7
  • Robinson, Tom Osborne--70.7
  • Rodd, Peter--70.7
  • Rootham, Helen--70.7
  • Rosconi, Natalie--70.7
  • Rosse, Anne--70.7
  • Rota, Bertram, 1903-1966 (& Una)--70.7
  • Rothenstein, John, Sir, 1901- --70.7
  • Rowe, Leslie--70.7
  • Rowley, Esme--70.7
  • Royal Horticulture Society--70.7
  • Rudkin, Joan--70.7
  • Runciman, Steven, Sir, 1903- --70.7
  • Russell, Jim--70.7
  • Rutherford, Miss--70.7
  • Sacheverell, Mary--70.9
  • Sadleir, Michael, 1888-1957--70.9
  • Saget, Clarence--70.9
  • Sainsbury, Anya--70.9
  • Salfeld, Denise--70.9
  • Salter, Elizabeth, 1918-1981--70.9, 83.5
  • Sanderson, Kenneth W.--70.9
  • Saunders, A.P.--70.9
  • Savory, Teo--70.9
  • Savoy Writers Agency, Ltd.--81.10
  • Saylor, Harold D.--70.9
  • Scammell, Elsa--70.9
  • Scanlan, Katriona--70.9
  • Scarborough Libraries, Museums, and Art Galleries--83.5
  • Schwartz, Jacob--70.9
  • Searle, Humphrey--71.1
  • Selby, Sara--71.1
  • Sererini, Gino--71.1
  • Seward, Desmond, 1935- --71.1
  • Sexton, Christopher--71.1
  • Seymour-Smith, Martin--71.1
  • Shand, P. Morton (Philip Morton), 1888- --71.1
  • Shaw, Byam--71.1
  • Shearer, Moira, 1926- --71.1
  • The Silk Mill--71.1
  • Simon, Harrison--71.1
  • Simon, Olivier, 1895-1956--71.1
  • Sitwell, Edith, Dame, 1887-1964--71.2-72-4, 83.5
  • Sitwell, Evelyn--72.5
  • Sitwell, Francis--72.6
  • Sitwell, George Reresby, Sir, 1860-1943--72.7, 83.5
  • Sitwell, Ida, Lady--72.8
  • Sitwell, Osbert, 1892-1969--72.9-74.5, 83.5
  • Sitwell, Reresby, 1927- --74.6
  • The Sketch--83.5
  • Smart & Co. (Printers) Ltd--81.12
  • Smith, E. M. Monica--71.1
  • Smith, Gordon--71.1
  • Smith, H. Clifford (Harold Clifford), 1876-1960--71.1
  • Smith, Madeleine, 1835-1928--83.5
  • Somerset, David--71.1
  • Somerset, Henry--71.1
  • Sorabji, Kaikhosru Shapruji--71.1
  • Southern, G. H.--71.1
  • Spalding, Frances, 1896-1979--74.7
  • Sparrow, John--74.7
  • The Spectator--81.10
  • Stadken, Peter--74.7
  • Stanford, J.R.--74.7
  • Stanley of Alderley, Lord--74.7
  • Steen, D.H.--74.7
  • Stevenson, Bernard & Gertrude--74.7
  • Stevenson, Patric--74.7
  • Stiff, Wilfred--74.7
  • Stoakley, John--74.7
  • Stokes, Adrian Durham, 1902-1972--74.7
  • Stonehaven, S.--74.7
  • Stoner, Jeanne--74.7
  • Stout, Adam--74.7
  • Strahl, Richard P.--74.7
  • Strong, Roy C.--74.7
  • Sturridge, Arthur--74.7
  • Sutton, Denys--74.7
  • Swann, Robert--74.7
  • Tapicolt, Mary--75.1
  • Tavares de Almeida, A.--see Almeida, Antonio Taveres de
  • Taylor, Harold, 1914- --75.1
  • Taylor-Martin, Patrick--75.1
  • Tee, George--75.2
  • Tennant, Pamela--see Grey Pamela
  • Thomas, Franco--75.1
  • Thomas Thorp (Firm)--75.1
  • Thomas Y. Crowell, Publishers--81.12
  • Thompson, E.--75.1
  • Thompson, Peggy--75.1
  • Tiessen, Hildegard E.--75.1
  • Tomlinson, David--75.1
  • Tredrey, Frank D., 1908-1988--75.1
  • Tree, Maud, 1863-1937--75.1
  • Trivas, N. S.--75.1
  • Tudor, Margaret, R.--75.1
  • Turner, Christopher, 1934- --75.1
  • Tvede, Mogens--75.1
  • Urata, F.--75.3
  • Valenti, Frenando--75.4
  • Valori, Othello--83.5
  • The Vanguard Press--75.4
  • Van Hardenbroek, M.C.S. van Hardenbroek, Baronesse--68.3
  • Van Luttervelt, R.--75.4
  • Vernon, L.--75.4
  • Viles, David--75.4
  • Vinogradoff, Igor, 1901-1987--75.4
  • Vogue--81.10
  • Von Hagen, -- --75.4
  • Waddington, Patrick--75.5
  • Wadsworth Atheneum--81.10
  • Waley, Arthur--75.5
  • Walker, Alan, 1911- --75.5
  • Wallcraf, Paul--75.5
  • Walpole, Hugh, Sir, 1884-1941--75.5
  • Walton, Alexander--75.5
  • Walton, Louie--75.5
  • Walton, William, 1902- --75.5, 83.5
  • Want[?], June--75.5
  • Warin, Steven--75.5
  • Warren, C. Henry (Clarence Henry), 1895- --75.5
  • Warshaw, Anthony--75.5
  • Water, J. J.--75.5
  • Watson, David Newale--75.5
  • Weeks, Edward, 1898- --75.5
  • Weidenfeodl and Nicolson (firm)--81.9
  • Wellesley, Gerald--75.5
  • Welling, Elizabeth--75.5
  • Wells Richardson & Co.--82.8
  • Werner, Jack--75.5
  • Westminster, Bendor--75.5
  • Westminster, Loelia, Lady--see Lindsay, Loelia
  • Westminster, Sally--75.5
  • Weston, A.--75.5
  • Whaler, Eddie & Mary--75.6
  • Whittaker, Meredith--75.6
  • Whittingham, Selby--75.6
  • Wickham, A.K.--75.6
  • Wiel, Evelyn--75.6
  • Wilde, Dolly, 1895-1941--75.6
  • Williams, Peter--75.6
  • Williamson, George--75.6
  • Willis, Evan--75.6
  • Wilson, Alex M.--75.6
  • Wilson, Mary, 1916- --75.6
  • Wilson, Shirley Cameron, 1918- --75.6
  • Wilton, Tony--75.6
  • Wimborne, Alice--75.6
  • Wimpey, N.E.--75.6
  • Wingfield, Sheila--75.6
  • Winn, Kitty--75.6
  • Wishart, Michael, 1928- --75.6
  • Wollheim, Eric--75.6
  • Wollheim, Richard, 1923- --75.6
  • Wood, Michael--75.7
  • Woodhouse, Violet--see Gordon Woodhouse, Violet
  • Woog, Bernard--83.5
  • Woog, Olga--75.6
  • Wykes-Joyce, Max--75.6
  • Wyndham, Richard--75.6
  • Yates, Dora Esther, b. 1878--75.8
  • Yeo, William--75.8
  • Yonle, Joan--75.8
  • Young, Derek--75.8
  • Zoete, Beryl de, 1884-1962--75.8

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 Sacheverell Sitwell Collection--Index of Works 

  • A l'Espagnole--2.1
  • Abbey at Nálánda--65.1
  • Actaeon--2.1
  • Actor Rehearsing--2.1, 29.6, 30.1-2
  • Actor Rehearsing: The Stuff of Poetry--2.1
  • Agamemnon's Tomb--32.5, 42.1
  • Air and Variations--2.1
  • Albergue--58.1
  • All at Sea--30.3-4
  • All Summer in a Day--2.2-3, 30.3, 30.6, 31.1-2
  • Amalfi--28.2
  • L'Amour au Theatre Italien--2.4
  • Annual Visit--2.1
  • Answer Me These Riddles of Few Words--28.2
  • Antigua--57.5
  • Antoine Watteau--30.3
  • Apologia in Prose--2.1
  • Apple Song--30.5, 31.1
  • The Apple Tree--2.1, 29.8
  • Apricot--2.1, 31.1
  • Arabesque and Honeycomb--2.1, 51.4-7, 52.2, 52.4, 52.7-8, 54.3-4
  • Aranda de Duero--58.1
  • The Archipelago of Daffodils--58.5, 60.3-4
  • The Art of Fugue--65.2
  • The Art of Japan--2.1
  • Article for 150th Liszt anniversary--57.5
  • Article on
  • Almeida Garrett--49.3
  • Changes in taste--60.3
  • Chelsea flower show--58.1
  • The English landscape garden--60.3
  • Game cock breeds--46.5
  • Italian towns--58.3
  • Kyoto--58.5
  • Mendelssohn--64.8
  • Mexico--47.5
  • Mosques in Isfahan--51.6
  • Persian exhibition at Burlington House--63.2-3
  • Personal musical experiences--64.8
  • Picasso--61.7
  • Portugese Art--49.3
  • Virgil--63.2, 64.8
  • Wallpaper--48.6
  • Weather forecasting--64.8
  • Women novelists--63.2, 64.8
  • At Supper--30.2
  • Audubon's Birds of America--42.2, 42.8
  • August, 1915--59.3
  • Augustus Hare's Italian Sketches--2.5
  • Austria--55.2, 55.4
  • Awoken to Loud Shuddering--55.1, 56.1
  • A Background for Domenico Scarlatti--2.7-3.1, 32.7, 65.1-3
  • Ballads--45.7
  • A! Everyone Was Born Once--44.6, 45.1, 45.3, 54.6
  • Come Quickly! Look at that White Cloud--45.1, 45.3, 54.6
  • Firebird! with the Firebird Wings--45.1, 45.3, 54.6
  • The Hyacinth that Was Dying--58.1
  • Lines to a Succubus--44.4, 44.6, 45.1, 45.3, 54.6
  • Lovely Swan of the Night Waters--44.6, 45.1, 45.3, 54.6
  • Moth Eyebrows--54.7
  • Namsos, Huge White Daffodil--44.6, 45.1, 54.6, 58.1
  • 'Nymphs Were Mentioned'--40.2, 44.5, 45.3
  • Palazzo di Donn'Anna--40.10, 42.6, 44.5, 45.3, 54.6
  • Rose Pink Camellia--45.1, 45.3, 54.6
  • Song of the Cherry Trees--45.1, 45.3, 58.1
  • Sous un ciel chagrin--2.6, 55.1, 56.1, 59.3
  • Sylphide and Magical Being--44.6, 45.1, 45.3, 54.6
  • To the Firebird--39.9, 40.10, 44.5, 45.1, 54.6
  • The Two Waltzes--45.1, 45.3, 47.1, 53.7, 54.7, 55.3
  • White Rose--58.1
  • Ballads and Poems--45.6, 56.3
  • Ballet, Dedicated to the Muse of Tchaikovsky--33.1, 34.2
  • The Baptism--29.5, 29.7-8
  • Barb "Bois de Rose"--57.3, 59.4
  • Baroque and Rococo--2.6
  • Baroque and Rococo in Germany--2.6
  • Barrio de la Judería--57.3, 59.4
  • Bast--30.1
  • Beards of Bast--30.2
  • Beck and Beckfordism--2.6
  • Belle Isis: Ballad of a Rose--40.2, 42.6, 44.5, 45.3-4, 54.6
  • "Be still, heart..."--30.4
  • Birds of a Feather--2.6
  • Bitter Dawn--2.6
  • Blackberrying--31.1
  • The Black Pagoda--2.6, 58.1
  • Black Shepherdess--2.6
  • Black Venus--2.6
  • Bolsover Castle--2.6
  • Bombax--59.3
  • Book of the Dead--3.2
  • Book of Towers--3.3-4, 32.3
  • Botanic Garden at Honolulu--59.3
  • Bourrée d'Aranjuez--57.3
  • Boxing Day--30.2
  • Bridge of the Brocade Sash--38.3, 45.6, 48.6, 55.1-56.4
  • Bright Phoenix--55.1, 56.1, 59.3
  • British Architects and Craftsmen--3.5, 36.3, 38.6-8, 39.2, 39.8, 56.4, 62.1-2
  • Brother and Sister: A Ballad of the Paralelo--2.6, 44.5, 45.3, 45.6
  • Bucentaurus--42.6, 44.5, 45.3
  • But a Rag and a Bone--57.6
  • Butterflies--2.6
  • The Canal--30.5
  • Canons of Giant Art--3.7-4.2, 61.7, 62.4-5, 62.8, 63.2, 63.4, 64.1, 64.6-7, 65.4-5, galley folder 2
  • Caribbean--57.3
  • Castles in Spain--4.3
  • The Chamber Idyll--3.6, 30.5, 31.1-2, 61.7
  • A Change of Owner--3.6
  • A Charivari of Parrots--60.3-4, 61.1-3
  • The Chateau and Gardens of Versailles--48.4
  • The Cherry Tree--3.6, 29.8
  • Children's Toys--4.4
  • The Chilean-Englishman--57.5, 59.3
  • Christmas at Naples--64.8
  • City Steeples--57.3
  • "A Classical Cruise"--3.6
  • The Clown's Psychology--28.4
  • Collected Poems--3.6, 33.4, 34.1, galley folder 3
  • Columbine in White with the Long Waist--55.1, 59.3
  • "Come, leave that battle field" --30.4
  • Comédie Vénitienne--60.3, 61.1-3
  • The Comendador--29.7
  • Complaint--30.2
  • The Concerto--29.7
  • Constantin Guys--3.6, 30.3-4, 51.1
  • Convent Thought in Cadiz--29.2
  • Conversation Pieces--33.3-4, 34.1, 34.5
  • Corinha--42.6, 45.3
  • Coronation article--33.4
  • The Coronation of Queen Elizabeth II--48.2
  • Countersong--3.6, 31.1, 61.7
  • Cowslips--3.6, 31.1
  • Creole--30.4
  • Cupid and the Jacaranda--33.5, 39.7, 39.9, 40.6-7, 40.10, 42.5-8, 43.1-7, 44.1-7, 45.1-2, 45.4, 46.3, 46.5, 47.7
  • The Cyder Feast--3.6, 31.1, 61.7
  • D'ou venon-nous? Que--4.5
  • Damarius--42.6, 45.3-4
  • Damson and Medlar--4.5, 61.7
  • Dance of the Quick and the Dead--4.6-8, 32.6, 33.1-2, 33.6-34.2, 64.2, 65.1-3
  • The Dancer--4.5, 61.4
  • Dandelion--4.5, 31.1
  • Daphne: An Adaption from John Milton--4.5, 29.6
  • The Dark of Night--4.5
  • Day Flight to Lima--57.2
  • Dear Miss Heber (preface)--33.7
  • Death's Cap--57.1
  • Denmark--4.9, 48.6, 49.2-3, 50.6, 51.1-3, 52.3
  • Derbyshire Blue-bells--4.5, 30.5, 31.1
  • Desiderata Lisztiana--4.5
  • The Devil on Two Sticks--48.4
  • Dido--42.6, 45.3
  • Dinner in the Woods--29.8
  • Dissertation on J.M.W. Turner--34.5
  • Doctor Donne and Gargantua--5.1-3, 28.2, 28.6, 29.7, 30.4-5, 61.4-7, 62.4, 62.6, 62.8, 63.2-3, 64.6, 65.4
  • Double Yellow Banksian Rose--60.3-4
  • Doubt--4.5
  • Dream of the Icelander--57.1 (early sketches)
  • Dream of the Well-Headed (P.A.)--35.5
  • Drift--30.5
  • Dying on Paper--4.5, 30.4
  • Ecossaise--59.3
  • Edinburgh--5.5-7, 34.3-4
  • Edith Sitwell--5.4
  • The Empty Room--30.2
  • The Enchanted Palace--62.8
  • English Church Monuments--39.7
  • En Sanguine--33.5
  • An Equinox--5.4
  • Eurydice--5.4
  • Exalt the Eglantine and Other Poems--5.4, 30.4
  • Façade--galley folder 4
  • The Fair Haired Victory--6.1, 63.3
  • Fantasia on Things Remembered--33.5
  • Fantasy on Painting--6.1
  • Far from My Home--6.1, 32.5, 63.1-2, 63.7, 64.4, 64.8
  • Far from my house: A change of owners--28.1
  • The Farnese Hercules--61.7
  • A Favorite Ghost--31.1
  • Feeding the Stag--30.3
  • Fello de de[?]--56.1
  • The Fête of the Tea-Masters--57.3
  • The Fiery Torch--6.1
  • Finale--30.1
  • Fine Bird Book--6.3-4
  • The First Day--28.1
  • The First of Many--6.1
  • Fisherman--29.8
  • Flower of the Cold House--56.1, 59.3
  • Flowering Cactus--57.3, 59.5
  • Flowers and Birds--6.5-7.1
  • The Flowers of Holanducia--57.3, 59.4
  • For Alexis--30.2
  • Fortune--6.1
  • Forty-Eight Poems--9.5
  • Forty-four Degrees in Cordoba--57.3
  • For Want of the Golden City--7.2-9.4
  • Forward to Austria--6.1
  • Four Drachma Coins--42.6
  • Four Queens--47.5
  • Four Variations of William Browne of Tavistock--6.1, 31.1
  • Foyer--46.3, 46.5
  • Frederick Chopin--6.1
  • The Friday Masque at Isfahan--6.1
  • Fritillary--53.7
  • The Fruit Gatherers--29.6
  • Fugue--6.1
  • The Garden of Buckingham Palace--9.6
  • The Gardener--9.6, 29.8
  • Gardener's Son--9.6
  • Gardener's Song--29.5, 29.8
  • The Gardener Trimming Hedges--29.6
  • Gentle Harebell, Born to be a Hyacinth--54.6
  • Gentle Harebell in the Hotel Room--54.6
  • German Baroque Art--9.7-10.3, 30.3-4, 31.3, 32.3, 35.2
  • Gipsy Song--30.2
  • The Glass--9.6
  • The Glass House--9.6, 48.4
  • A God of Laughter--9.6
  • The Goldberg Variations--33.1
  • Golden Age and Age of Gold--9.6
  • The Golden Bell--9.6, 32.1, 32.3
  • Gold Snuff-boxes--56.3, 56.6, 58.4
  • The Golden Shower--28.4
  • Golden Wall and Mirador--55.5, 56.2-3, 56.5, 57.3-5, 58.2
  • Gothik North--10.5-7, 31.3-32.2, 32.4, 61.5, 63.2-3, 64.1
  • Grande Sicilienne--61.4, 62.8
  • Great Bird Books--46.6-7, 47.1, 47.6
  • Great Flower Books--49.2, 50.6
  • The Great Harlequin--30.3, 30.5
  • Great Houses of Europe--57.5
  • Great Palaces--9.6
  • Greco and Philip II at the Escurial--28.4
  • Griotles--9.6
  • Guatemalan and Other Pinewoods--57.5, 57.6, 59.3
  • Gypsy Song--9.6
  • Hampton Court Palace--10.8, 47.6, 48.2
  • Hanging Absolom--28.4
  • Harlequin in Art--11.1, 31.1
  • Haunted--30.3
  • Hautbois or Fraises de Bois--57.3
  • Hawthorne--10.8, 31.1
  • `Hebe's Lip: (R. Damascena Rubrotincta)--53.5, 54.6
  • Heideloff's Gallery of Fashion--42.2, 42.5, 43.1
  • Helen and Dr. Faustus--28.2, 28.6
  • The Heptemeron--64.4
  • "Here Break No Salt Wave"--30.2
  • The Hermes [of Praxiteles]--61.3
  • Hochzeit of Hercules--28.2, 61.4
  • The Holy City of Meshed--52.1
  • The Homing of the Winds--11.2
  • The Honeysuckle or the Rose--60.4, 61.3
  • L'Honneur d'Amsterdam--42.6, 44.5, 45.3-4
  • The Hoodbeak or the Silent System--34.2
  • Hortus Conclusus--29.4, 58.2
  • How Beautiful and Graceful the Sousedská--57.6, 59.4
  • The Huipil--57.3
  • The Hundred and One Harlequins--29.7, 61.4
  • Hunters and the Hunted--11.3-12.3, 36.3, 37.6, 38.3, 38.8, 39.5-8, 40.8-9, 40.11, 41.1-4
  • The Hyacinth that Was Dying--44.4, 45.1
  • I Have Seen the New Hibiscuses--57.5
  • Illustre Pyramidale--42.6, 44.5, 45.3-4
  • Il Pastor Fido--44.5, 45.3-4
  • An Imitation--28.6
  • An Indian Summer--58.6
  • Innocent Enough--12.4
  • Interior--31.1
  • In the Corn--12.4
  • In the Idyllic Arcadian Sunset--57.6
  • In the Orchard--12.4
  • In the Stableyard--54.5-7
  • In the Theatre--32.2
  • In the Wine Shop--29.5, 29.7
  • Introduction to
  • bum de Redouté--50.3
  • The Aquarium Illustrations by P. H. Gosse--49.6
  • The Book of Wallpaper by E.A. Entwisle--49.1
  • Book on royal palaces--60.3
  • Focus on the Orient--12.4
  • Great Flower Book--12.4
  • Old Pinks and Carnations by Rory McEwen--51.1
  • "Preludio"--12.4
  • vocation--12.4
  • The Iris Screen--57.3, 59.4
  • Isfahan--52.1
  • The Island--29.8
  • The Italian Air: Part II--29.7
  • Jacaranda--57.5
  • Japonaiserie--57.3
  • Jasmine of Hammamet--57.3, 59.4
  • Journey to the Ends of Time--12.6-13.4, 47.3, 47.6, 48.1-50.3, 50.6, 51.1-3, 51.5, 51.7, 52.2-53.6, 54.5-6, 55.4, 56.2-4, 56.6, 57.3-5, 59.3, 59.5
  • Khajuraho--58.1, 58.3
  • Kimono--60.4, 61.1-3
  • Kingcups--12.5, 31.1
  • Kroon van Indien--42.6, 44.5, 45.3-4
  • Kundiman Song--60.5
  • La Vie Parisienne--34.3, 34.5
  • The Lady and the Rooks--12.5, 32.3
  • Lady of the Ghosts--12.5, 57.6
  • The Land of Cockaigne--12.5
  • The Laoco"n--61.7
  • Last Year's Music--31.1
  • "Laughing lions will come Niezstche [sic]"--28.6
  • Lectures
  • "The Arts and Modern Living"--13.5, 47.6
  • Chopin--56.3
  • "Conversation Pieces"--12.6, 48.1, 48.5
  • "France: Mother of Arts in Modern Europe"--13.7, 48.1, 48.5
  • "George Cruikshank"--13.8, 35.3
  • "Palladian England"--13.9
  • "Studies from the World's Great Literature"--14.1, 46.7, 48.1, 48.5
  • "The Taste of the Seventeenth Century"--14.2, 35.3
  • "Venice and Venetian Painting"--14.3, 48.1-2, 48.5
  • The Leptameron--63.2
  • Life of Liszt--14.4-5, 45.5, 48.5, 50.1, 50.5, 51.3, 61.6, 62.5, 62.9, 63.4-6, 64.5, 65.4, 65.7
  • Life Story--57.6
  • The Lily Tank--33.2
  • Lima--57.2
  • The Lime Avenue--58.1
  • Lines to Rubini--54.5
  • Lines Written at Vaynol Against the Irish Coast--32.5, 42.1
  • A List of People Who Knew Wilde, Whom I Knew--58.1
  • Listen, Sweet Hyacinth--55.1, 56.1, 58.1, 59.3
  • "Liszt"--14.6, 49.3
  • A Look at Teheran and Isfahan--51.4
  • Lord Berners--62.5
  • Lords and Ladies--12.5, 31.1, 61.7
  • "Lost" Rose of Redouté--60.2-4
  • Love and the Sexton--12.5
  • Magical Fritillary of the Demi-Shade--55.1, 56.1, 59.3
  • Magnolia-Tree--29.6
  • Malabars--54.5-6, 55.3
  • Malta--53.6, 54.5-7
  • The Man with Two Hearts--14.8, 63.2
  • Margot Fonteyn--14.9, 48.3
  • Masque for Performance at Drottninghom--49.6, 52.2
  • Mauretania: Warrior, Man and Woman--14.10-15.2, 35.4, 35.6-7, 36.1, 36.5-6, 37.5
  • Memory--29.8
  • Mendelssohn--32.5
  • Mezquita--58.1
  • Mignonne de Dryshout--42.6, 44.5, 45.3-4
  • The Mirador--29.6-8
  • The Mirror--14.7, 30.3
  • Mrs. H.&or a Lady from Babel--61.4
  • Mrs. Quarterly--14.7
  • Moment of Visions and Memories--55.1
  • The Monasteries of St. Bruno--14.7
  • Monks, Nuns and Monasteries--15.3, 58.1, 58.4, 60.1-4
  • Moon and Cloud, or Sword and Cloak--29.6-7
  • Morning, Noon and Night in London--39.3-4, 39.6-7, 41.1, 43.7
  • Morocco--35.5
  • Mozart--15.4-5, 61.6, 62.5-7
  • Mulberry--30.5
  • My Best Poems--58.3
  • The Myrtle Tree--14.7
  • The Names upon the Trees--15.6
  • Narrative Pictures--15.7
  • Negros Superbe--42.6, 44.5, 45.3-4
  • The Neptune Hotel--28.6
  • The Netherlands--15.6, 33.6, 39.7, 39.9, 40.6, 41.5-9, 42.4, 43.7
  • The Netherlands II: Dutch Water Tours--15.6
  • Never More (to the Ghost of P.A.)--45.3
  • "Never, never to be forgotten day"--54.6
  • New Water Music--15.6, 29.7
  • Nigritian--58.5, 59.5, 60.5
  • Nimrod--42.6, 45.3
  • The Ninth Labour of Hercules--28.1
  • Noble de Venise--42.6, 45.3
  • Nomads on the Move--15.6, 52.1
  • Not So Fast, but with Deliberate Slow Lifting of a Hand--55.1, 56.1, 59.3
  • "A Note to Bibliophiles"--17.1, 48.4
  • Notes on the Farnese Hercules, the Laocoon, and the Hermes--31.1
  • Note on the death of Pearl Argyle--41.9
  • O Rose with Two Hearts--53.5
  • Obituary for Mrs. (Violet) Gordon Woodhouse--17.2
  • Old Carnations and Pinks--galley folder 5
  • Old Fashioned Flowers--17.3, 34.6, 36.1, 36.4
  • Old Garden Roses--17.4, 44.7, 45.5, 49.3, 50.1, 50.3-4, oversize folder 1
  • Olimpia: A Choreographic Portrait--45.3, 45.6, 54.6
  • On a Name Scratched upon a Window--17.2, 29.7
  • On Hearing Four Bands Play at Once in a Public Square--17.2, 29.7-8
  • The Orange Tree--29.5
  • The Orange Tree by Night--29.6
  • P. H. Gosse--49.2
  • A Pair of Entr'actes for an August Evening--17.6
  • Palladian England--17.5
  • The Paradise of Alexander--17.5, 28.6
  • Parrot's Fugue--17.5
  • Pasquin--42.6, 45.3-4
  • Passe Virgo--33.5, 42.6, 44.5, 45.3
  • Paulovina--17.5, 31.1
  • Pear Tree--17.5, 30.4-5
  • Persian Roses: N. L. 849, 1409, 1101--60.3-4
  • Peruque Quarrée--44.5, 45.4
  • Picaresque--29.8
  • Piropo--17.5, 53.7, 55.1
  • The Pleasure Gardens--57.3
  • Plum Tree--17.5, 61.7
  • Poems--17.7-18.1, 40.1-5, 54.1-2, 58.1, 59.1, 59.6
  • Poems, 1945-1961--58.3
  • Poems on Tropical and Semi-Tropical Flowers and Flowering Trees--17.5
  • Poems written in Ireland--17.5
  • The Poet and the Mirror--17.5, 29.5
  • Poetic exercise in the form of a flight with a giant bird--17.5, 55.1, 56.3
  • Poltergeists--22.4, 34.6, 35.8, 36.1, 36.5, 36.6, 37.2-3
  • Poltergeists, Werewolves, Spirits, etc.--17.5
  • The Poor Thing Cannot Come to Me--57.6
  • Popular Song Improved--63.7, 64.1, 65.5
  • Portugal--17.5, 48.2
  • Portugal and Madeira--48.5, 49.1, 50.2-5
  • Portugese Exhibition at Burlington House--51.2
  • Preface to:
  • Abecederio--17.5
  • A Book of Towers by Richard Wyndham--17.5
  • Mrs. Auley's Book of Irises--39.6-7
  • Russian Porcelain Figures--51.1
  • Priego de Córdoba--57.3, 59.4
  • imavera--58.1
  • Primitive Scenes and Festivals--22.5-6, 32.6, 36.7-8, 37.4, 38.1-4, 65.6
  • Prints of the Romantic Ballet--34.7-35.1, 35.3, 40.2
  • Queen Elizabeth--17.5
  • Queen Elizabeth II--47.5
  • Queen Mab Sherzo--57.3
  • Queen Mary--44.7, 48.1
  • Queries--40.6
  • Quince--30.5, 31.1
  • R. Alba: Great Maiden's Blush--60.2-4
  • R. Alba: Koenigin van Danemarck--23.1, 55.1, 59.3
  • R. Bourboniana: Mme. Isaac Pereize--23.1, 55.1, 59.3
  • R. Bourboniana: Mme. Pierre Oger (the "Shell Rose")--54.6
  • R. Centifolia bullata: Rose à feuilles de laitue--58.6, 59.4-5
  • R. Centifolia muscosa: Duchesse de Verneuil--59.4
  • R. Centifolia: Reine des Centfuilles--23.1, 54.6, 55.1, 59.3
  • R. Centifolia: Robert le Diable--58.6, 59.4
  • R. Centifolia: Tour de Malakoff--58.6, 59.4-5
  • R. Damascena: Mme Hardy--23.1, 55.1, 59.3
  • R. Damascena: Oeillet Parfait: La Tour d'Auvergne--60.2-4
  • R. Eglanteria rubiginosa: Janet's Pride--58.6, 59.4-5
  • R. Francofurtana--23.1
  • R. Gallica: Charles de Mills, 23.1, 55.1, 59.3
  • R. Gallica (Monsier Pellisson)--53.5, 54.6
  • R.H.P. Baron Girod de l'Ain--59.5
  • R. Muscosa: Baron de Wassenaer--23.1, 55.1, 59.3
  • R. Muscosa: Eugénie Guinoisseau--23.1, 55.1, 59.3
  • R. Muscosa: Général Kléber--59.4
  • R. Muscosa: Grand Moussu du Japan--58.6, 59.4-5
  • R. Muscosa: Marechal Davoust--23.1, 57.3, 59.4
  • R. Muscosa: Mme de la Roche-Lambert--58.6, 59.4
  • R. Muscosa: Mme Louis Lévêque--23.1, 59.3
  • R. Officinalis: The Red Rose of Lancaster--23.1, 57.3, 59.4
  • R. Polyantha[?]: Floribunda[?]--60.2-4
  • R. Rugosa fimbriata: Phoebe's Frilled Pink--60.2-4
  • R. Virginiana plena: Rose d'Amour--58.6, 59.4-5
  • The Red Chapels of Banteai Srei--23.2-3, 57.6-7, 58.1-2, 58.4
  • The Red-Gold Rain--23.1, 29.7
  • The Renishaw Woods--28.5, 30.5
  • Report on Le Diable Boiteux--33.5
  • Review of:
  • The Age of Grandeur by Victor Tapié--57.5
  • Anton Dolin autobiography--57.5
  • Art work of Josette Jones--60.2
  • Book on Venice by Mary McCarthy--51.4
  • Chiaroscuro by Augustus John--46.5, 47.1
  • Collins Guide to Roses by Bertram Park--51.4
  • Diaghilev by Serge Lifar--36.7
  • Garden books for Sunday Times--58.5
  • Liszt biography--57.5
  • The Other Mind by Beryl de Zoete--47.5-6
  • The Pentamerone of Giambattista Basile--65.4
  • The Quattrocento by Adrian Stokes--65.4
  • Robert Ross, Friend of Friends by Margery Ross--47.6
  • The Riding School--29.7
  • The Rio Grande--23.1, 29.5, 29.8
  • Rising from the Sea--55.1, 59.3
  • The River God--29.5, 29.7
  • Rock Carving--23.1
  • The Romantic Ballet--42.8
  • Rose of a Lost Name--58.6, 59.4-5
  • Rose Trees--23.1
  • Rose with No Name--23.1, 55.1, 59.3
  • Roses of Picardy--57.1
  • Roumanian Journey--23.5, 34.4, 35.2
  • Royal Sovereign--57.3
  • Ruralia--55.4
  • Sacheverell Sitwell--23.6, 51.1
  • Sacred and Profane Love--23.7-25.3, 32.7, 34.3, 34.5, 35.2-3, 35.5-6, 35.8, 36.1-2, 36.4-5, 36.7-8, 37.1, 37.4-5, 38.4-5, 64.2
  • St. Maurice and the Theban Legion--23.6
  • La Sampaquita--23.6
  • Sandalwood Song--55.1, 59.3
  • Sangue dei Morlacchi--57.3, 59.4
  • The Santander Quartet--28.4, 28.6, 29.4, 29.7, 61.4
  • The Sculpture at Romarzo--23.6, 50.4
  • The Sea God--23.6, 29.8
  • Selected Poems, 1945-1962--25.4, 58.2
  • Selected Works (introduction)--48.2, 48.5, 49.2, 49.6, 50.3
  • Serenade to a Sister--54.5-6
  • Shadow--23.6
  • The Shoal of Pearls--23.6
  • The Shrines of Ise--57.7
  • Sicily/And the slopes of Aetna.--44.5
  • Sir Anthony van Dyck--35.5, 38.2
  • A Sketch of the Scarborough Sands--25.5
  • The Sleeping Princess--25.6, 46.5, 47.1
  • Snow and Wind--30.1
  • Snow-flowers--25.6, 30.5, 31.1
  • So Unbind Your Hair--56.1, 59.3
  • Soft Harebell of the Woods--45.3, 46.1
  • "Soft, soft my Adagio...-"-63.2
  • Song--25.6, 61.7
  • Song to Droning Bagpipe--30.2
  • Sousedská: Four Poems--25.6
  • The Sousedská Is Playing through the Trees--57.6
  • The Sousedská of Dvorák--25.6
  • Southern Baroque Art--25.7-26.3, 28.3-5, 29.1-3, 63.3
  • Southern Baroque Art Revisited--26.4-5
  • Spain--42.1, 42.4-8, 43.1-4
  • Spain Revisited--26.6, galley folder 7
  • Spanish Baroque Art--25.7-26.3, 31.6, 64.3-4, 64.8
  • Spanish Cathedrals (review of The Cathedrals of Spain by John Harvey)--53.2
  • Spanish Gardens--25.6
  • Sparks of Poetry--25.6, 56.5, 58.5
  • Spell--33.5
  • Splendours and Miseries--25.6, 37.5, 39.1, 61.8, 65.6
  • Story of a Poltergeist--50.3-4
  • Strawberries of Dalat--57.3
  • Strawberry Feast--57.3, 58.5, 59.4, 60.5
  • Strawberry Village--57.3
  • La Sueña--45.3, 45.6, 46.1
  • The Suit of Chequers--53.7, 54.1, 54.5-6, 55.3
  • Summer Poems of 1962--25.6
  • Swan Lake--33.1-2
  • Swan Walk: 1918--60.4, 61.1-3
  • Sweet Hyacinth, I'd Sooner Call You--55.1, 56.1, 58.1, 59.3
  • The Swimming Pool--33.1
  • Swinging Festival of the Brahmans--25.6
  • A Swiss Rhapsody--28.6
  • Tales of the Old World and New--65.1, 65.3
  • Tank of the Golden Lilies--27.1, 58.1, 58.3
  • The Tea-Masters--57.3
  • Tears, Idle Tears--27.1
  • Tehran--52.1
  • Telling Fortunes--30.2
  • Ten Serenades--28.6
  • Tetradraclun[?]--56.3, 59.3
  • These Sad Ruins--27.2
  • The Thirteenth Caesar--27.3-4
  • "This was the day all ends did meet."--63.2
  • Thoughts in a High Wind Sailing a Boat--64.1, 65.5
  • The Three Indies--27.5
  • Three Nights in Fez--65.5
  • Three Poems from a Book of Harlequins--27.1
  • Three Poems of Nether Lypiatt--27.1
  • Tiger, or Leopard Lily that Was--55.1, 58.1, 59.3
  • To a Statue--27.1
  • To the Self-Portrait of A. Watteau Playing the Hurdy Gurdy--57.3, 59.4
  • Touching the Orient--61.6, 62.5, 62.7, 63.3, 64.3, 64.6, 64.8, 65.1, 65.4
  • Transcendental Variation--29.8
  • The Triumph of Death--65.1
  • The Triumph of Hercules--28.6
  • The Triumph of Neptune--30.6
  • Tropical Birds by John Gould (Introduction)--42.3
  • Tropicalia--27.6, 58.5
  • Truffle Hunt--44.3, 46.1-3, 46.7, 47.2, 47.4-7, 48.5
  • Tulip Tree--27.1, 31.1
  • The Turkish Patrol--27.1
  • The Twelve Caesars--30.2
  • Twelve Poems on Frangipani--59.2
  • The Two Almond Trees--27.1, 61.7
  • Two Equestrian Dramas: Number One--29.4
  • Two Poems, Ten Songs--27.1, galley folder 8
  • Two Sonnets--29.6, 30.1
  • Tuscany Paradise-Review of Tuscan Villas by Harold Acton--27.1
  • Valley of the Giants--28.2
  • Variation--29.6, 29.8, 30.2
  • Variation on a Theme by Richard Herrick--61.7
  • Variation upon a Couplet of Alexander Pope--61.7
  • Variations 1-10--33.1
  • Variations on a Theme--27.7
  • Variations upon a Couplet of Alexander Pope--31.1
  • Variations upon Old Lines on the Harlequin--27.7, 31.1
  • Variations upon Old Names of Hyacinths--27.7
  • The Venus of Bolsover Castle--27.7, 29.4
  • La Vie Parisienne--27.8
  • Viollet et Cie, or A Vale of Woman--63.2
  • "The Visit of the Gypsies"--27.9, 63.3, 63.7
  • Wall Flowers--27.10, 31.1
  • "Wallpapers and Chintzes: A Little Survey"--27.11, 56.4
  • The Warmth of Love in the Ice-Cold of Death--57.6
  • Warning--27.10, 30.4, 31.1
  • Water Song: An Adaptation from John Milton--27.10, 31.1, 61.7
  • Weeping Rosebud Cherry--60.3-4
  • "What cliffs can that green island have"...--63.2
  • What Is Maculin?--59.3
  • "Where truth needs not to be revealed"...--30.4
  • White Hyacinth--27.10, 31.1
  • White Pine--57.3
  • White Rose! and Immortality of My Demi-Youth--55.1, 56.1, 56.5, 59.3
  • The Widow's Mite--27.12
  • William Beckford--30.6
  • Wind as Husbandman--27.10
  • Winter Evening: Six Poems--27.10
  • A Winter Walk--30.1, 57.6, 59.3
  • Wisteria--32.5, 42.1
  • Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart (1756-1956)--49.6
  • The World of Arthur Devis--46.5, 47.1
  • Wytham--57.3
  • Young Woman Entirely of Gold and Silver--57.6
  • Younger Brother--46.5, 47.1, 47.4

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