University of Texas, Harry Ransom Humanities Research Center

Ann Bridge:

A Preliminary Inventory of Her Papers at the Harry Ransom Humanities Research Center



Creator: Bridge, Ann, 1889-1974
Title: Ann Bridge [pseudonym of Mary Dolling Sanders O'Malley] Papers
Inclusive Dates: 1815-1973
Bulk Dates: bulk 1905-1973
Abstract: This collection contains Bridge's manuscripts of books, other writings, and unpublished works as well as correspondence, scrapbooks of clippings and letters, and photographs.
RLIN Record #: TXRC95-A3
Extent: 30 Boxes (12.6 linear feet), 1 Oversize Folder
Language: Most material in English.
Repository: The University of Texas at Austin, Harry Ransom Humanities Research Center

Scope and Contents

The papers of British author Lady Mary Dolling Sanders O'Malley, who wrote under the pseudonym Ann Bridge, consist largely of her holograph manuscripts for books published from 1932 through 1973. Also included are manuscripts of poems, short stories, articles, reviews, and lectures, as well as manuscripts of unpublished works. Correspondence, scrapbooks of clippings and letters, and a few photographs are also present.

Lady O'Malley compiled an extensive inventory of her papers which identifies and describes this collection in great detail. Her original list contains much description, identification, and commentary not available in the collection itself, and forms a valuable manuscript in and of itself. The list often includes synopses or transcriptions of correspondence in the collection. The papers have been unpacked and rehoused in archival folders and boxes, and arranged to respect her original order and to facilitate use of the many internal cross references within her inventory.

Her original order divides manuscripts for published book-length works (arranged chronologically, 1932-1969) from the rest of the papers, which are subdivided into Appendices A-R. These appendices contain other genres of manuscripts, research material, correspondence, etc., which are also usually arranged chronologically. The following folder list, which identifies the particular boxes and folders in which the collection is now housed, should be used in conjunction with the O'Malley inventory attached. Additional materials not described in Lady O'Malley's original inventory were found and are noted at the end of this list.

Though the papers chiefly concern Lady O'Malley's works and their publication, there is correspondence relating to her experiences as the wife of a diplomat, some of which were incorporated into her writings. These include her impressions while traveling in China (1925-27), Dalmatia (1930), Albania (1936), and Portugal (1946-47). Also of interest are a small group of letters written by others to Lady O'Malley which describe wartime England, 1940-41. Her relief work in Hungary (1940-41), Poland (1944-45), and France (post World War II) is also documented. Four very large files of correspondence, chiefly 1953-1954, represent her research for Portrait of My Mother, and contain extensive genealogical information concerning the Brooking, Day, and Sanders families. Among this research material are originals and transcripts of early family letters, 1815-1898, by William Day, Hannah Hinman, Marie Louise Day Sanders, John Baldwin, James Ingersoll Day, and Mrs. James I. Day. Correspondence with David Robertson, George Mallory's son-in-law, concerns O'Malley's unpublished manuscript and research materials on Mallory.

In addition to O'Malley's outgoing correspondence (present in both originals and carbons) are numerous letters from family, friends, fans, agents, publishers, and others. Among some of the notable correspondents are Lord Edgar Douglas Adrian, Sir Leopold Amery, Maurice Baring, Lord Ronald Gorell Barnes, Lord Max Beaverbrook, John Betjeman, Laurence Binyon, Sir Nevile Bland, Gordon Bottomley, Sir Angus Cunninghame Graham, Lord George Derwent, Morris L. Ernst, E. M. Forster, Sir Ralph Furse, Sir Stephen Gaselee, Oliver St. John Gogarty, Cosmo Gordon Lang (Archbishop of Canterbury), Loelia Mary Grosvenor Lindsay (Duchess of Windsor), Alfred R. McIntyre, Margaret Haig Thomas Mackworth (Viscountess Rhondda), Sir Edward Marsh, Charles J. B. Masefield, John Masefield, Sir Charles Mendl, Naomi Mitchison, Sir Owen St. Clair O'Malley, A. D. Peters, Raymond Queneau, I. A. Richards, Denys Kilham Roberts, V. Sackville-West, Elisabeth Schumann, Lord William Strang, Edward Weeks, Dame Rebecca West, and Steuart Wilson. An index of all correspondents appears at the end of this inventory.


Restrictions

Access:

Open for research


Index Terms

People
Adrian, Edgar Douglas Adrian, Baron, 1889-1977.
Amery, L. S. (Leopold Stennett), 1873-1955.
Baring, Maurice, 1874-1945.
Barnes, Ronald Gorell Barnes, Baron, 1884-1963.
Beaverbrook, Max Aitken, Baron, 1879-1964.
Betjeman, John, Sir, 1906- .
Binyon, Laurence, 1869-1943.
Bland, Nevile, Sir, b. 1886.
Bottomley, Gordon, 1874-1948.
Cunninghame Graham, Angus, Sir, 1893-1981.
Derwent, George Harcourt Johnston, Baron, 1899-1949.
Ernst, Morris L. (Morris Leopold), 1888- .
Forster, E. M. (Edward Morgan), 1879-1970.
Furse, Ralph Dolignon, Sir, 1887- .
Gaselee, S. (Stephen), 1882-1943.
Gogarty, Oliver St. John, 1878-1957.
Lang, Cosmo Gordon Lang, baron, Abp. of Canterbury, 1864-1945.
Lindsay, Loelia Mary Grosvenor, Duchess of, 1902- .
Mackworth, Margaret Haig Thomas, Viscountess Rhondda, b. 1883.
Marsh, Edward Howard, Sir, 1872-1953.
Masefield, Charles J. B. (Charles John Beech), 1882-1917.
Masefield, John, 1878-1967.
McIntyre, Alfred R.
Mendl, Charles, Sir, 1871-1958.
Mitchison, Naomi, 1897- .
O'Malley, Owen St. Clair, Sir, 1887- .
Peters, A. D.
Queneau, Raymond, 1903-1976.
Richards, I. A. (Ivor Armstrong), 1893- .
Roberts, Denys Kilham, 1903-1976.
Robertson, David.
Sackville-West, V. (Victoria), 1892-1962.
Schumann, Elisabeth.
Strang, William Strang, Baron, 1893- .
Weeks, Edward, 1898- .
West, Rebecca, Dame, 1892- .
Wilson, Steuart.
Subjects
Albania--Description and travel--1936.
Authors, English.
China--Description and travel--1925-1927.
Dalmatia (Croatia)--Description and travel--1930.
Day family.
Portugal--Description and travel--1946-1947.
Saunders family.
Women authors, English.
Brooking family.
Document Types
First drafts.
Juvenilia.
Photograph albums.
Photographs.
Scrapbooks.
Sheet music.
Tintypes.

Administrative Information

Acquisition:

Gift, 1975

Processed by:

Katie Salzmann, Angela Courtney, Joan Sibley, 1994


Ann Bridge Papers--Folder List

 

Manuscripts of Books, 1932-1969 (Contents Page Item (1); Author's Inventory p. 1-19)

Box Folder
1 1-6 Peking Picnic (1932)
Box Folder
2 1-7 The Ginger Griffin (1934)
Box Folder
3 1-2 The Ginger Griffin (continued)
3-7 Illyrian Spring (1935)
Box Folder
4 1-4 Illyrian Spring (continued)
5-6 Enchanter's Nightshade (1937)
Box Folder
5 1-6 Enchanter's Nightshade (continued)
Box Folder
6 1-3 Enchanter's Nightshade (continued)
4-7 Four-Part Setting (1939)
Box Folder
7 1-6 Four-Part Setting (continued)
Box Folder
8 1-4 Singing Waters (1946)
5-6 The House at Kilmartin (1951)
Box Folder
9 1 The House at Kilmartin (continued)
2-6 The Dark Moment (1952)
Box Folder
10 1 The Dark Moment (continued)
2-5 A Place to Stand (1953)
6 Portrait of My Mother (1955)
Box Folder
11 1-3 Portrait of My Mother (continued)
4-6 The Light-Hearted Quest (1956)
Box Folder
12 1 The Light-Hearted Quest (continued)
2-5 The Portuguese Escape (1958)
Box Folder
13 1 The Portuguese Escape (continued)
2-5 The Numbered Account (1960)
Box Folder
14 1-4 The Tightening String (1962)
5-6 The Dangerous Islands (1964)
Box Folder
15 1-2 The Dangerous Islands (continued)
3-6 Emergency in the Pyrenees (1965)
Box Folder
16 1 Emergency in the Pyrenees (continued)
2-5 The Episode at Toledo (1966)
6 Facts and Fictions (1968)
Box Folder
17 1-4 Facts and Fictions (continued)
5-6 The Malady in Madeira (1969)
Box Folder
18 1-3 The Malady in Madeira (continued)



 

Appendices, A-R (Contents Page Item (1) (continued); Author's Inventory, p. 20-99)

Box Folder
18 4 Appendix A (transcripts of Masefield letters, 1911- 12, p. 20; see also folders 29.5-29.6)
5 Appendix B (Verses, 1905-62, p. 21)
6 Appendix C (Short stories, 1911-60, p. 23)
Appendix D (Unpublished, p. 25)
Box Folder
19 1 Illusion (1922)
2 George Mallory (1924)
3 The Frolic in Western Waters (1925)
4 The Bright Idea (1928)
5-7 Level Now With Men (1939)
8 Appendix E (File "G M," 1963, p. 26)
9 Appendix F (China letters, 1925-27, p. 27; see also folder 28.7)
Box Folder
20 1-2 Appendix F (continued)
3 Appendix G (Articles and descriptive pieces, 1927- 63, p. 32)
4 Appendix H (File "Z" various letters, 1923-50, p. 35)
Box Folder
21 1 Appendix I (7 letters about trip to Dalmatia, 1930, p. 44)
2 Appendix J (Lectures, 1932-44, p. 46)
3 Appendix K (3 letters about trip to Albania, 1935-36, p. 47)
4 Appendix L (9 letters from Portugal, 1946-47, p. 48)
Appendix M (Enquiries about Portrait of My Mother, ca. 1815-1954, p. 50; see also folder 28.8)
Box Folder
21 5 File A (ca. 1953-54, p. 50)
6 File B (ca. 1953-54, p. 52)
7 File C (ca. 1815-1954, p. 53)
Box Folder
22 1 File D (ca. 1953, p. 57)
2 Appendix N (File "Y" general letters, 1924-56, p. 59)
3 Appendix O (War-time letters, 1937-44, p. 79)
4 Appendix P (Reviews by AB, 1944-53, p. 81)
5 Appendix Q (File "W" letters, complications for a novelist who is also the wife of a diplomat, 1932-47, p. 82; see also folder 29.7)
6 Appendix R (File "X" diplomatic episodes, 1926-48, p. 91; see also folders 29.2, 29.7)



 

Contents Page Item (1) (continued); Author's Inventory, p. 100

Box Folder
22 7 Children's verses, nd
Box Folder
23 1 Letters from AB to Eva O'Malley, 1926-57
2 Photograph album (Dalmatia), ca. 1960
3 Climbers' Club Journal, 1914



 

Contents Page Items (2) - (14)

(2) Albums containing newspaper clippings and/or letters
Box Folder
24 1 Vol. I ( Peking Picnic, 1932-33, including correspondence 1931-45)
2 Vol. II ( The Ginger Griffin, Illyrian Spring, The Song in the House, Enchanter's Nightshade, 1934-37, including correspondence 1937-56)
Box Folder
25 1 Vol. III ( Enchanter's Nightshade, Four-Part Setting, Frontier Passage, Singing Waters, 1937-46, including correspondence 1937-38)
2 Vol. IV ( And Then You Came, The Dark Moment, A Place to Stand, 1948-53, including correspondence 1948-54)
Box Folder
26 1 Vol. V ( Portrait of My Mother, The Light- Hearted Quest, The Selective Traveller in Portugal, 1949-57, including correspondence 1949-56)
2 Vol. Va ( The Selective Traveller in Portugal, ) 1946-47
3 (3) Contents of box file labelled "George Mallory" (1963, nd)
Box Folder
27 1 (3) Contents of box file labelled "George Mallory" (continued)
2 (4) Manuscript of Permission to Resign (1971)
3 (5) Manuscript of Julia in Ireland (1973)
Box Folder
28 1-2 (5) Manuscript of Julia in Ireland (continued)
3 (6) U.S. reviews of The Numbered Account, 1960
4 (7) Letters from the U.S.A., 1941-42
(8) Folders of material relating to:
Box Folder
28 5 Dangerous Islands, 1961-62
6 Singing Waters, 1944-46
7 Peking Picnic and other novels set in China [duplicate transcripts of items in Appendix F, see also folders 19.9- 20.2]
8 Portrait of My Mother [duplicate transcripts of items in Appendix M, see also folders 21.5-22.1]
Box Folder
29 1 The Tightening String, 1960-61
2 (9) Material relating to the International Refugee Organisation, Rome, 1947-1948 [some duplicates of File X; see also folder 22.6]
3 (10) Lectures and lecture notes, , nd 1937
4 (11) Verses and folk-songs collected by AB, nd
5 (12) Originals of letters, 1911-12, 1939 [originals of Appendix A; see also folder 18.4]
6 (13) Copies of some letters, 1911-12 [transcripts of Appendix A; see also folder 18.4]
7 (14) Diplomatic episodes, 1941-45 [transcripts of Files W & X; see also folders 22.5-22.6]



 

Materials found, but not described on Contents Page or in Author's Inventory

Box Folder
29 8-9 Manuscript of Moments of Knowing (1970)
10-11 Manuscripts of miscellaneous short pieces, ca. 1933-65, nd
Box Folder
30 1-2 Manuscripts of miscellaneous short pieces (continued)
3-4 Photographs, ca. 1907-1940s, nd



 Index of Correspondents 

  • Acker, Charles E. ( Baldwin-Lima-Hamilton Corp.)--21.6
  • Ader, Richard M.(Greenbaum, Wolff & Ernst)--21.5, 21.6
  • Adrian, Edgar Douglas Adrian, Baron, 1889-1977--21.5
  • Aglen, John, Sir--22.6
  • Airey, T. S.--22.1
  • Amery, L. S. (Leopold Stennett), 1873-1955--20.4
  • Argun, Mübeccel ( BBC Turkish Section)--25.2
  • Argyll, Duke of--29.1, 29.11
  • Armstrong, Ronald--20.4
  • Arnold-Foster, Ka--20.4
  • Austen-Leigh, Emma--22.2
  • Baddeley, Vincent, Sir--21.5, 21.7
  • Baldwin, John M.--21.7
  • Baranyai, Leopold, Mrs.--25.1
  • Baring, Maurice, 1874-1945--22.2
  • Barnes, Ronald Gorell Barnes, Baron, 1884-1963--20.4
  • Barr, J. R. S. ( British Embassy, Ankara)--20.4
  • Beaverbrook, Max Aitken, Baron, 1879-1964--22.6
  • Bell, May--22.2
  • Berry, W. A. (Miss) ( Engineering)--21.6
  • Bessenyey, G., Baroness--25.2
  • Betjeman, John, Sir, 19066- --21.5
  • Bilew, Elizabeth--24.1
  • Binyon, Laurence, 1869-1943 ( British Museum)--20.4
  • Bishop, T. ( Iron & Coal Trades Review)--21.6
  • Blakelock, Denys--25.2
  • Bland, Nevile, Sir, b. 1886--22.6
  • Blauvelt, James H. (Mrs.)--26.1
  • Bontells, Katharine--24.1
  • Bottomley, Gordon, 1874-1948--20.4
  • Bridges, Monica--20.4
  • Bryant, R. W. G.--25.2
  • Bunnell, Frank S.--21.7, 22.1
  • Burrell, Doris--26.1
  • Calderón, Doña Joséfina Attard de--22.5
  • Callender, J. Graham ( National Museum of Antiquities of Scotland)--20.4
  • Campbell, George, Sir--21.5, 25.2, 29.1
  • Campbell, Olive--21.5
  • Carey, Joyce--20.4
  • Carr, Lily--20.4
  • Cazenove, C. F. ( Literary Agency of London)--18.4, 29.5
  • Cheke, Marcus, Sir--26.1
  • Childe, V. Gordon (Vere Gordon), 1892-1957--22.2
  • Clark, Alexander Frederick Bruce, 1884- --20.4
  • Coleman, H. T. ( Canadian Pacific Railway Company)--21.6
  • Collingwood, Robin G.--20.4
  • Collins, Arthur J., Jr. ( Collins Nurseries)--20.4
  • Cooper, W. V. (Wilbraham Villiers), 1876- --22.6
  • Couto, Joao, 1892- ( Art Museum of Lisbon)--26.1
  • Crowe, Lady--20.4
  • Cunninghame Graham, Angus, Sir, 1893-1981--22.2, 25.2
  • Daniels, [Catharina] Polak--20.4
  • Darvall, Frank ( Ministry of Information)--28.4
  • Davidson, Basil, 1914- --22.4
  • Davis, Guy R.--24.1
  • Dawson, William--21.6
  • Day, Emory C.--21.7, 22.1
  • Day, James Ingersoll--21.7, 22.1
  • Day, Jane--28.8
  • Day, Marie Louise--see Sanders, Marie Louise Day
  • Day, May--21.7, 22.1
  • Day, Robert Borland--21.7, 22.1
  • Day, William--21.7
  • Dearmer, Percy, 1867-1936--24.1
  • Derwent, George Harcourt Johnston, Baron, 1899-1949--22.6
  • Desborough, Ethel, Lady--22.2
  • Dodgson, Campbell, 1867-1948 ( British Museum)--20.4
  • Doty, Robert C. ( Preparatory Commission for the International Refugee Organization)--22.6, 29.2
  • Dryburgh, D. J. W. ( Taylor and Humbert)--21.5
  • Edwards, L. Brooke--21.6
  • Elliott, Barbara--20.4
  • Ernst, Margaret--22.1
  • Ernst, Morris L. (Morris Leopold), 1888- ( Greenbaum, Wolff & Ernst)--21.6, 22.1, 26.1
  • Finberg, H. P. R. ( University College, Leicester)--21.5
  • Finnie, W. M. ( Bedford Office, Tavistock)--21.5
  • Fisher, James--20.4
  • Forster, Arnold--20.4
  • Forster, E. M. (Edward Morgan), 1879-1970--22.2
  • Fremantie, Sydney R.--25.2
  • French, J. F. ( Library of the Foreign Office)--28.6
  • Furse, Ralph Dolignon, Sir, 1887- --21.5, 22.2, 25.2
  • Gaselee, S. (Stephen), 1882-1943 ( Library of the Foreign Office)-- 20.3, 20.4, 22.2, 22.5
  • Gaston, D. A.--22.6
  • Geraldine of Albania--28.6
  • Gilbert, Rodney, b. 1889--22.6
  • Gilder, P. D.--22.6
  • Gill, Evan R.--26.1
  • Glazebrook, George E.--25.2
  • Gogarty, Oliver St. John, 1878-1957--25.2
  • Gollars, Harry W.--24.1
  • Gosford, L. L. Louise, Dowager Countess of--22.2
  • Gould, Gerald, 1885-1936--24.1
  • Granville, Rose, Lady--20.4
  • Gravenslede, J. W. ( Stow Hill Bible & Tract Depot)--21.5
  • Gray, A. Herbert--25.2
  • Gray, Hugh ( Preparatory Commission for the International Refugee Organization)--22.6, 29.2
  • Grigg, P. J.--24.1
  • Halsey, Decca Singleton--21.7, 22.1
  • Harris, Peter--21.5, 21.7
  • Hatchards Booksellers--20.4
  • Hatherly, C. G. ( Messrs. Sandberg)--21.6
  • Haupt, Edith--21.7, 22.1
  • Hayes, Richard J., 1902- ( National Library of Ireland)--21.7, 22.1
  • Headlam-Morley, K. ( Iron and Steel Institute)--21.6
  • Hedin, Alma Isabel Sofia, 1876- --22.6
  • Hedin, Sven Anders, 1865-1952--22.6
  • Hill, C. V.--21.7, 22.1
  • Hill, Carol--28.4
  • Hinman, Hannah--21.7
  • Hodson, Cora Sanders--22.3
  • Howell, Henry W. (Mrs.)--22.1
  • Hutchinson, F. E. (Francis Ernest), 1871-1947 ( All Soul's College)--20.4
  • Iddesleyh, Elizabeth--26.1
  • Ironmonger, The--21.6
  • Irwin, Elizabeth--20.4
  • Irwin, Margaret--20.4
  • James, David--20.4
  • Jenkins, S. G. ( Tavistock Urban District Council)--21.5
  • Jersey, M. E., Dowager Countess of--20.4
  • Jesse, F. Tennyson (Fryniwyd Tennyson), 1888-1958--24.1
  • John, Augustus--22.6
  • Johnson, Peer P.--22.2
  • Johnston, Reginald Fleming, Sir, 1874-1938--20.4
  • Johnstone, R. W. (Robert William), 1879- --25.2
  • Kemp, P. K.--22.1
  • Kennedy, Irene--20.4
  • Kennedy, Virginia [Lady Pye]--20.4
  • King, A. J. ( Boosey and Hawkes Ltd.)--21.5
  • King, Eliza Trumbull--21.7
  • Kokoschka, Oskar, 1886- --22.6
  • Lamb, Mabel--20.4
  • Lang, Cosmo Gordon Lang, baron, Abp. of Canterbury, 1864-1945--20.4, 25.1
  • Lewis, Cecil--24.1
  • Lewis, Elise Lathrop--21.7
  • Lindsay, Loelia Mary Grosvenor, Duchess of, 1902- --24.1
  • Lochhead, John L. ( Marines Museum)--21.7, 22.1
  • Locomotive, The--21.6
  • Long, John C. ( Bethlehem Steel Co. Inc.)--21.6, 26.1
  • Macartney, Professor ( All Soul's College)--25.2
  • Macdonald, (Mrs.)--20.4
  • Macgillivray, Mary ( Office of the High Commissioner for Canada)--21.6
  • MacKenzie, Colm--21.5
  • Mackworth, Margaret Haig Thomas, Viscountess Rhondda, b. 1883 ( Time and Tide)--22.4, 25.2
  • Maclehose, James--20.4
  • Malcolm, Jeanne, Lady--20.4
  • Manson, J. B.--25.1
  • Marsh, Edward Howard, Sir, 1872-1953 ( Georgian Poetry)--24.1
  • Masefield, Charles J. B. (Charles John Beech), 1882-1917--18.4, 29.5, 29.6
  • Masefield, John, 1878-1967--18.4, 29.5, 29.6
  • Matson, Harold--22.1
  • Maxwell, John Stirling--25.2
  • McEvoy, H. M.--21.5
  • McIntyre, Alfred R. ( Little, Brown, and Co. Publishers)--24.1, 25.1, 28.6
  • McLysaght, Edward ( National Library of Ireland)--21.7
  • Mendl, Charles, Sir, 1871-1958--20.3
  • Metcalf, Isaac Stevens--21.7
  • Mitchison, Naomi, 1897- --25.2
  • Monkswell, Robert, Lord--21.5
  • Moody, Sarah S.--24.1
  • Mortensen, J.--24.1
  • Napier, Albert, Lord--21.5
  • Napier, Gladys, Lady--21.5
  • Nettleship, Ursula ("Battle") --21.5
  • Newton, Basil--22.6
  • Noble, Lilias--22.2
  • Norris, Nora--21.7, 22.1
  • Notley, A. C. ( London Metal Exchange)--21.6
  • O'Malley, Diana Jane Sabina--20.4, 21.1, 22.6
  • O'Malley, Owen St. Clair, Sir, 1887-("Angus") --22.5, 22.6, 24.1, 29.7
  • Packard, W. V. ( The Iron Age)--21.6
  • Packman, James ( Royal Empire Society)--21.6
  • Palmella, Duchess of--26.1
  • Patterson, Virginia H. ( Macmillan Co.)--25.2
  • Peacock, Helen ( Oxford University Press)--21.7, 22.1
  • Peake, Catherine, Lady--22.3
  • Pear, Tom Hatherley, 1886- --22.2
  • Peel, Delia--20.4
  • Pendred, Benjamin Wildig ( The Engineer)--21.6
  • Peters, A. D.--20.4, 24.1, 24.2, 28.6
  • Peters, Martha Ann ( Howard Tilton Library)--21.7
  • Phillips, R. ( Council of the Isles of Scilly)--28.5
  • Pickering & Inglis, Ltd.--21.5
  • Pierce, Tony ( Magdalene College)--21.6
  • Pirzio-Biroli, Giacomo--22.1
  • Preetorius, Leni--20.4
  • Prendergast, W. H. ( Engineering Dept., University College, Galway)--21.6
  • Prentice, C. H. C. ( Chatto and Windus Publishers)--24.1
  • Price, A. Whigham--24.2
  • Prince, O. I. ( National Library for the Blind)--24.1
  • Pye, David, Sir--22.2
  • Pye, Virginia, Lady--see Kennedy, Virginia
  • Queneau, Raymond, 1903-1976 ( Librairie Gallimard)--24.1
  • Rathbone, Ruby--26.1
  • Raymond, Harold, 1887- ( Chatto and Windus Publishers)--24.1, 28.6
  • Redward, Fred ( British Consolate)--25.2
  • Richards, I. A. (Ivor Armstrong), 1893- --22.2
  • Roberts, Denys Kilham, 1903-1976--22.3
  • Roberts, Walter--22.6
  • Robertson ( Office of the High Commission for Canada)--21.6
  • Robertson, David--19.8
  • Root, Donna L. ( Inland Seas)--21.7
  • Rose, Archie--22.2
  • Ross, Jean Lindsay--28.6
  • Rothschild, Marie de--20.4
  • Routt, Garland C. ( Foreign Service of the USA)--21.7, 22.1
  • Rowe, Dorothy--21.7, 22.1
  • Rutherford, W. P.--21.6
  • Sackville-West, V. (Victoria), 1892-1962--20.4
  • Safford, Edith M.--22.2
  • Sanders, Helen ("Chintz")--21.5 21.7, 22.1, 22.3
  • Sanders, Marie Louise Day--21.7, 28.8
  • Sanders, Tristie--21.5, 21.7, 22.1
  • Sauer, A. ( Michigan State Prison)--20.4
  • Saville, J. P. ( Iron and Steel Institute)--21.6
  • Schane, Marie--25.2
  • Schumann, Elisabeth--24.2
  • Schuster, Claude, Lord--22.2
  • Sedgewick, Ellery ( Atlantic Monthly)--20.4, 24.1
  • Sedgewick, Marjorie--20.4
  • Sharpe, Marjorie Bright ( Radio Station KITO)--20.4
  • Sheppard, Canon Dick--22.6
  • Silverman, Elizabeth--21.7, 22.1
  • Smallwood, Nora ( Chatto and Windus)--25.2
  • Smith, T. M. Dorrien--28.5
  • Snowden, Sara D.--21.7
  • Stephens, Ella--20.4
  • Stoddard, Marie--22.1
  • Strang, William Strang, Baron, 1893- --22.2, 22.6
  • Tablet, The--22.4
  • Taylor, Geoffrey, Sir--22.2
  • Teichman, Eric, Sir--20.4, 22.6
  • Teichman, Lady--22.6
  • Tennant, Ernest--21.5, 21.6
  • Thanson, J. B. ( Tate Gallery)--25.1
  • Tilley, John, Sir--22.6
  • Townsend, Ingersoll--21.7, 22.1
  • Tuam, Archbishop of--29.5
  • Tyler, Rosemary--30.3
  • Varrichione, Louis ( Preparatory Commission for the International Refugee Organization)--22.6, 29.2
  • Verney, Harry, Sir--24.2
  • Walck, Henry Z. ( Oxford University Press)--21.7
  • Waldesbuhl, T.--29.1
  • Walker, J. S. ( Walker, Fraser, & Steele)--21.5
  • Warner, Roger S.--20.4
  • Watt, R. P. ( A. P. Watt and Sons)--24.1
  • Weeks, Edward, 1898- ( Atlantic Monthly Press)--20.4, 24.1
  • West, Rebecca, Dame, 1892- --22.2
  • White, A. S. ( War Office)--21.5
  • Williams, Harold--22.6
  • Wilson, Claude, 1860-1937--20.4
  • Wilson, J. G. ( Bumpus Ltd.)--20.4
  • Wilson, Steuart--20.4, 24.1
  • Young, Alfred--20.4