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Biographical Sketch

Scope and Contents

Restrictions

Index Terms

Related Material

Administrative Information

Description of Series

Series I. Millicent Dillon, 1935-1990 (bulk 1976-1981), 13.5 boxes

Series II. Jane Bowles, 1905-1977 (bulk 1960-1968), 14 folders

Series III. Paul Bowles, 1959-1986 (bulk 1960-1969), 3 folders

Series I. Millicent Dillon, 1935-1990 (bulk 1976-1981)

Series II. Jane Bowles, 1905-1977 (bulk 1960-1968)

Series III. Paul Bowles, 1959-1986 (bulk 1960-1969)

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University of Texas, Harry Ransom Humanities Research Center

Millicent Dillon:

An Inventory of Her Papers at the Harry Ransom Center



Creator: Dillon, Millicent 1925-
Title: Millicent Dillon Papers
Dates: 1905-1990
Abstract: This collection contains Dillon's notebooks, index cards, typescripts, correspondence, photographs, cassette tapes, and clippings, much of which relates to the biography A Little Original Sin: The Life and Works of Jane Bowles and her other writings about Jane Bowles' life and works. The collection also contains materials Dillon collected by Paul and Jane Bowles, including Jane Bowles' notebooks, typescripts, correspondence, photographs, and legal documents, and Paul Bowles' correspondence and clippings.
RLIN Record #: TXRC92-A25
Extent: 16 boxes, 1 oversized folder, 17 cassette tapes, 1 videotape
Language: Most material in English.
Repository: The University of Texas at Austin, Harry Ransom Center

Biographical Sketch

Millicent Dillon was born Millicent Gerson in New York City on May 24, 1925. Upon receiving a degree in physics from Hunter College in 1944, she held a series of technical-scientific positions. She worked as a junior physicist on a government project at Princeton University from 1944-45. In 1946, she worked as a technical assistant for Standard Oil Company, and she again served as an assistant physicist on a government project at Oak Ridge, Tennessee, during the following year. From 1947-48, she served as a staff writer for the Association of Scientists for Atomic Education in New York and then worked as a physicist at Northrup Aircraft. From 1949-52, she worked as a caseworker for a social welfare program in Hawthorne, California. At the age of 40, Dillon enrolled in the creative writing program at San Francisco State University. After receiving a master's degree in 1966, she taught creative writing as a professor of English at Foothill College in Los Altos, California, for five years. From 1974 to 1983 she was an academic writer for the Stanford University News and Publications office. Since 1983 Dillon has been a freelance writer in fiction, biography, and drama.

Dillon is best known for her works concerning writers Jane and Paul Bowles. Among these are a biography A Little Original Sin: The Life and Works of Jane Bowles (1981); a collection of letters, Out in the World: Selected Letters of Jane Bowles 1935-1970 (1985); and a biography You Are Not I: A Portrait of Paul Bowles (1998). She also edited The Viking Portable Paul and Jane Bowles (1994). Her other works include Baby Perpetua and Other Stories (short stories, 1971); The One in the Back is Medea, (novel, 1973); After Egypt: Isadora Duncan and Mary Cassatt (biography, 1990); The Dance of the Mothers (novel, 1991); Harry Gold (novel, 2000); four plays; and additional short stories, essays, and reviews in numerous publications. She is the recipient of a number of honors and awards, including five O. Henry awards in fiction. She also received a Guggenheim Fellowship. Additional information about Millicent Dillon may be found in Contemporary Authors New Revision Series (Gale Research Company, 1984).

Jane Auer Bowles was an author who published only one novel, Two Serious Ladies (1943); one play, In the Summer House (1954); and a book of short stories, Plain Pleasures (1966). The Collected Works of Jane Bowles (1966) combined her works in one volume. My Sister's Hand in Mine (1978) is an expanded edition of The Collected Works. A posthumously published collection of stories and letters, Feminine Wiles, appeared in 1976.

The only child of Sidney and Claire Stajer Auer, Jane Stajer Auer was born February 22, 1917, in New York City. The Auer family moved to Woodmere, Long Island, when Jane was ten years old. Upon her father's death in 1930, Jane and her mother returned to New York City. In 1932, they moved to Leysin, Switzerland, for Jane to receive treatment for tuberculosis of the knee. After returning to New York in 1934, Jane decided to be a writer; her first work, Le Phaéton Hypocrite (manuscript lost), was completed in 1936. Jane married the writer-composer Paul Bowles on February 21, 1938. Following their marriage, they travelled to Latin America and Europe and briefly resided in New York. After 1948, they lived in Tangier, Morocco, but continued to make frequent visits to Europe, Latin America, and the United States. Although both were homosexual and they often lived apart, the Bowleses' marriage endured until Jane's death in 1973. Among their wide circle of friends and acquaintances were literary, musical, and theatrical figures, such as Tennessee Williams, Libby Holman, William S. Burroughs, Peggy Guggenheim, and Virgil Thomson. Another important figure in Jane Bowles's life was her Arab housekeeper and lover, Cherifa.

Jane Bowles's active period as a writer only lasted for about ten years; she had always experienced difficulty in writing, but by 1950 this difficulty, worsened by alcohol, had become a complete writer's block. In 1957, at the age of 39, Jane Bowles suffered a severe stroke which left her with acute aphasia and vision impairment. She made several attempts at writing but was unable to complete any work. She also became heavily dependent on alcohol and prescription drugs. By 1967, her mental and physical health had deteriorated so that Paul Bowles placed her in a psychiatric hospital in Málaga, Spain. The following year she was moved to the Clínica de los Angeles in Málaga. In 1969, she returned to Tangier for four months but had to be readmitted to the convent hospital. She became increasingly blind and unresponsive before she died on May 4, 1973. More information about Jane Bowles may be found in Millicent Dillon's A Little Original Sin: The Life and Works of Jane Bowles (Holt, Rinehart, Winston, 1981).

Paul Frederick Bowles, who was born December 30, 1910, in New York City, was the only child of Claude Dietz and Rena Winnewisser Bowles. Bowles began writing short stories and composing music as a child, and he was only a teenager when his surrealist poetry was published in the magazine transition. Bowles briefly attended the University of Virginia but dropped out in 1929 and moved to Paris. This began over forty years of nearly constant traveling for Bowles, who once said of himself that he was addicted to movement. He returned to the University of Virginia in the spring of 1930, but left again after one semester to study music under Aaron Copland. In 1931, Bowles returned to Europe. From Paris he went to Berlin and then, at Gertrude Stein's suggestion, he went to Tangier, Morocco, for a time. After returning to the United States, Bowles studied with Virgil Thomson. In 1937, Bowles met author and playwright Jane Auer; they were married the following year. The Bowleses eventually settled in Tangier, although both travelled often throughout North Africa, Europe, Latin America, and the United States. At one point Paul even owned Taprobane, an island in Sri Lanka.

Paul Bowles became a celebrated composer during the 1940s, providing the musical scores for such noted plays as My Heart's in the Highlands (1940), South Pacific (1943), and The Glass Menagerie (1945). He also composed the scores for ballets, including Yankee Clipper. At the same time, Bowles wrote travel books on America, Mexico, France, India, and North Africa. From 1942-45, he worked as a music critic for the New York Herald-Tribune. He wrote translations from French and Spanish for View, and his translation of Jean-Paul Sartre's Huis Clos was published as No Exit in 1946. After reading his wife's Two Serious Ladies (1943), Bowles was inspired to write fiction. He contributed short stories to Harper's Bazaar, View, Mademoiselle, and Partisan Review. Bowles's first novel, The Sheltering Sky (1949), was a best-seller, and it remains his most critically acclaimed work. Over the next decade, Bowles wrote three more novels and developed a reputation as an existential novelist. In 1956, he began translating Moroccan literature. In the 1960s and 1970s, Bowles primarily translated Moghrebi novels, short stories, and folk tales in collaboration with Mohammed Mrabet. He also returned to writing poetry. In 1970, he founded the literary magazine Antaeus with Daniel Halpern. Jane Bowles's mental and physical health deteriorated after she suffered a stroke in 1957, and she spent the final years of her life in a hospital in Spain before dying in 1973. During those years, Paul Bowles ceased to write fiction. In the years since his wife's death, Paul Bowles has remained in Morocco; he has received two NEH fellowships and has begun writing fiction again. More information about Paul Bowles may be found in his autobiography Without Stopping (Putnam, 1972).

The HRC purchased a portion of the Millicent Dillon papers in 1990 and received the remainder of the collection as a gift from Dillon in 1991.

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Scope and Contents

The Millicent Dillon collection consists of her notebooks, index cards, typescripts, correspondence, photographs, cassette tapes, and clippings, as well as materials by Paul and Jane Bowles she collected, including Jane Bowles's notebooks, typescripts, correspondence, photographs, and legal documents, and Paul Bowles's correspondence and clippings. The collection centers around Dillon's writings about Jane Bowles's life and works, primarily the biography A Little Original Sin: The Life and Works of Jane Bowles (1981). Millicent Dillon was introduced to Jane Bowles's work by Virginia Sorensen Waugh in 1973, the year of Bowles's death. In 1976, Dillon presented a paper on Bowles's novel, Two Serious Ladies, at a conference on unknown women writers and subsequently decided to write the biography of Jane Bowles. She wrote to Jane Bowles's husband, writer-composer Paul Bowles, and received his cooperation. Drafts and photocopies of her letters to him, as well as the originals of letters he wrote to her, are a highlight of the collection. Their correspondence continued well after the book was completed; the 170 letters date from 1976 to 1990. A fellowship grant from the NEH enabled Dillon to finance her research for the biography, and her fellowship application is present in the collection. Dillon travelled to Morocco three times to interview Paul Bowles, and her cassette tapes and notebooks from the interviews are part of the collection. Dillon also contacted Jane's relatives, friends, and acquaintances. The voluminous correspondence that resulted includes one or more letters by Brion Gysin, Patricia Highsmith, Dione Lewis, Miriam Levy, James Merrill, Edouard Roditi, Gordon Sager, and Virgil Thomson. Dillon also travelled to New York, Mexico, London, Spain and California to interview those who had known Jane well; Dillon's interview notebooks fill nearly three boxes. Besides providing information about Jane Bowles, the correspondence and interview notebooks document Dillon's research process. Dillon examined the Paul Bowles and Jane Bowles collections at the HRC, and her notes taken at the Center reflect her thoughts on Jane Bowles's work. During her exhaustive research for the biography, Dillon gathered original letters and photocopies of letters written by Jane Bowles, some of Bowles's notebooks and typescripts, and numerous photographs. Dillon also obtained Jane Bowles's birth and death certificates, as well as other documents relating to Jane Bowles and her family, and was given some of Paul Bowles's correspondence.

A list of all correspondents found in the Millicent Dillon collection is located at the end of the inventory.

More manuscripts by Paul Bowles and Jane Bowles may be found in the Center's Paul Bowles, Harpers, Charles Henri Ford, and Peter Owen collections.

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Restrictions

Access:

Open for research

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Index Terms

People
Ashbery, John.
Beauvoir, Simone de, 1908- .
Bissinger, Karl.
Bohning, Elizabeth Stafford (Edrop), 1915- .
Brown, Andreas.
Carver, Raymond.
Chace, William M.
Charhadi, Driss ben Hamed.
Cherifa.
Codman, Florence.
Copland, Aaron, 1900- .
Davie, Donald.
Dewson, James.
Diamond, David, 1915- .
Fainlight, Ruth.
Faulkner, Robert E. F.
Fuhs, Claire.
Gerofi, Isabelle.
Grissman, Carla.
Groffsky, Maxine.
Grosser, Maurice, 1903-1986.
Guggenheim, Peggy, 1898- .
Gysin, Brion.
Halpern, Daniel, 1945- .
Hamill, Katharine.
Hawkes, John.
Henry, Rex.
Herbert, David, 1927- .
Highsmith, Patricia, 1921- .
Hoershelman, Natasha Von.
Holman, Libby.
Lerman, Leo, 1914- .
Levy, Miriam Fligelman.
Lewis, Dione.
McBey, Marguerite.
McCarthy, Mary, 1912- .
McCullers, Carson, 1917-1967.
McCullough, Frances Monson, 1939- .
MacMillan, George.
Malin, Irving.
Merrill, James Ingram.
Miller, Jeffrey, 1943- .
Mrabet, Mohammed, 1940- .
Purdy, James.
Roditi, Edouard.
Rorem, Ned, 1923- .
Roux, Yvonne.
Sager, Gordon.
Sillitoe, Alan.
Smith, Oliver, 1918- .
Sorensen, Virginia Eggertsen, 1912- .
Stevens, Roger L.
Stewart, Lawrence D. (Lawrence Delbert), 1926- .
Temsamany, Mohammed.
Thomson, Virgil, 1896- .
Vidal, Gore, 1925- .
Vursell, Hal D.
Wanklyn, Christopher.
Williams, Tennessee, 1911-1983.
Wood, Audrey, 1905- .
Yeager, Ira H., 1900- .
Organizations
Farrar, Straus & Giroux.
Harper & Row, Publishers.
Holt, Rinehart and Winston, inc.
National Endowment for the Humanities.
Subjects
Bowles, Jane Auer, 1917-1973.
Bowles, Paul, 1910- .
Authors, American.
TXRCMSS.
Places
New York City
Málaga (Spain)
Leysin, Switzerland
Document Types
Birth certificates.
Curricula vitae.
Death certificates.
Drawings.
Interviews.
Obituaries.
Photographs.
Reviews (Criticism).

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Related Material

Books removed to HRC book collections:

Ibsen, Henrik. The Wild Duck, The League of Youth, Rosmersholm. New York: The Modern Library. With signature of Jane S. Auer.

Lichtenberger, Andre. Mon Petit Trott. Paris: Librairie Plon, 1926.

Plessis, Frederic. Les Bucoliques. Paris: Librairie Hachette, 1932. With signature of Jane Auer.

Artwork Removed to HRC Art Collection:

Nine bound sheets of drawings by Cherifa.

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Administrative Information

Acquisition:

Purchase, 1990; Gift, 1991

Processed by:

Katherine Mosley, 1992

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Series Descriptions

 

Series I. Millicent Dillon, 1935-1990 (bulk 1976-1981), 13.5 boxes

The first series is the product of Millicent Dillon's research on and works about Jane Bowles. The series is arranged by work and is divided into three subseries: A Little Original Sin, Out in the World, and Other Works By Millicent Dillon Regarding Jane Bowles and Her Works.
The first subseries documents the production of Dillon's biography of Jane Bowles, A Little Original Sin: The Life and Works of Jane Bowles (Holt, Rinehart, Winston, 1981). The subseries begins with Dillon's application for and receipt of a grant from the National Endowment for the Humanities, which partially financed her research for the biography. Her proposal for the biography describes her intentions for the book and outlines her research plans. Dillon wrote and visited Jane Bowles's husband, Paul, and their friends and acquaintances; the resulting correspondence and interview notes are present. Contact sheets of photographs taken by James Kalett, the Harper & Row photographer who accompanied Dillon to Spain and Morocco, contain images of Dillon, Paul Bowles, and others. Dillon also visited the Harry Ransom Center and studied the Center's Paul Bowles and Jane Bowles collections. Dillon transferred the information from her interview notes and research notes onto index cards and arranged them chronologically by periods in Jane's life. Dillon then began writing the biography, and its evolution can be followed in the manuscripts. She first wrote sections of the biography in notebooks. From the notebooks she typed a first draft. Photocopies of various versions of a second draft reveal Dillon's revision process. The final draft of the manuscript includes the Author's Note, Afterword, Chronology of Jane Bowles's Life, List of Jane Bowles Publications, Citations, and Acknowledgements. Correspondence regarding the book is divided into pre-publication correspondence and post-publication correspondence, with August 2, 1981, as the dividing date. Pre-publication correspondence includes Dillon's research queries and the answers she received, while post-publication correspondence shows the reactions her book generated. Interviews with Dillon and reviews that appeared in various publications also reveal critical response.
The second subseries is organized around the collection of Jane Bowles's letters that Millicent Dillon edited, Out in the World: Selected Letters of Jane Bowles 1935-1970 (Black Sparrow Press, 1985). The subseries begins with photocopies of some of Jane Bowles's correspondence and a few of Dillon's notes regarding the editing of the letters. While Dillon's work on the book of letters is not as well documented as her work on the biography, a typescript manuscript of the book does include Dillon's holograph revisions. Among the correspondence regarding the book are letters exchanged with Paul Bowles between December 1981, and July 1985. Published reviews of the book complete the subseries.
The third subseries, Other Works by Millicent Dillon Regarding Jane Bowles and Her Works, contains Dillon's manuscripts of essays about and reviews of Jane Bowles's works. The manuscripts include "Essential Quandaries,"  "Experiment as Character,"  "The Three Exiles of Jane Bowles," and reviews of My Sister's Hand in Mine and Two Serious Ladies. Within correspondence regarding other works is correspondence with Paul Bowles from September 1985 to June 1990.

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Series II. Jane Bowles, 1905-1977 (bulk 1960-1968), 14 folders

The second series contains original Jane Bowles material gathered by Dillon. Of two notebooks with handwritten manuscripts, one is an untitled novel and poem; the other, titled "Camp Cataract," contains explanatory notes by Millicent Dillon. Typescript fragments of "Everything is Nice,"  "Going to Massachusetts," and "Red O'Shaugnessy" are present, with a photocopy of the typescript autobiography Bowles submitted to the H.W. Wilson Co. in 1968. The original, corrected typescript of "Camp Cataract" includes handwritten notes by Dillon. Bowles's original correspondence includes a letter to Cherifa, letters to Paul Bowles, and letters to and from her mother, Claire Fuhs. Also present are letters to and from Libby Holman and Carson McCullers, as well as one or more letters to or from John Ashbery, Florence Codman, Virginia Sorensen, and others. Information about the 1951 production of In the Summer House can be found in a photocopy of the production agreement and photocopies of correspondence between Bowles's agent, Audrey Wood, and Jasper Deeter and Richard Houser of Hedgerow Theatre. Legal documents include Jane's birth and death certificates, her father's will, her parents' marriage license, and her parents' and grandmother's death certificates. Photographs and contact sheets of photographs of Jane and Paul Bowles, alone and with friends, are present. The notice of Jane's death which appeared in the New York Times on May 31, 1973, and a videotape of Jane, a Dutch play about Bowles, complete the Jane Bowles series.

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Series III. Paul Bowles, 1959-1986 (bulk 1960-1969), 3 folders

The third series contains Paul Bowles's correspondence with Isabelle Gerofi, Katharine Hamill, Larbi Layachi, and others, his letters to Jane Bowles, and published interviews and reviews of his books. Paul Bowles's letters from Jane Bowles are located in the Jane Bowles series, and his voluminous correspondence with Millicent Dillon, dating from 1976-1990, is located in the Millicent Dillon series. The Millicent Dillon series also contains cassette tapes of interviews with Paul Bowles. Images of Paul Bowles are among photographs in the Jane Bowles series.

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Millicent Dillon Papers--Folder List

 

Series I. Millicent Dillon, 1935-1990 (bulk 1976-1981)

Subseries A. A Little Original Sin, 1981
Box Folder
1 1 NEH fellowship, 1977
2 Phone numbers and addresses, n.d.
3 Notebook of letters and calls, August 1976-May 1979
Pre-publication correspondence
Outgoing, n.d., February 1976 - 2 August 1981
Box Folder
1 4 A-F
5 Bowles, Paul
6 G-L
7 M-R
8 S-Z
Incoming, 11 February 1976 - 2 August 1981
Box Folder
2 1 A-G
2-3 Bowles, Paul
4 H-M
5 N-Z
6 Reminiscent essays by childhood friends, n.d., 1977
Interviews
Box Folder
2 * Cassette tapes of Paul Bowles (housed at the end of the collection), 1977
Interview notes, n.d., 1976-79
Box Folder
2 7 Judith Anderson, Florence Codman, James Dewson, B.J. Fernea, Isabelle and Yvonne Gerofi, Narayan Kamalakar, George MacMillan, Robert Saltzer, Gordon Sager, Lawrence Stewart, Natasha von Hoershelman, Ahmed Yacoubi, Ira Yeager
Interview notebooks, n.d., 1976-78
Box Folder
3 1 Transcription of Daniel Halpern's tapes of Paul Bowles interviews, n.d.; Larbi Layachi, n.d.; Cherifa, [ 1964]
2 Leonore Gershwin, 16 April 1976; Lawrence Stewart, 17 April 1976; Robert Saltzer, 27 September 1976, 7 March 1977; Dione Lewis, October 1977; John Bernard Myers, October 1976; Paula Wolfort, 28 September 1976; Rosamonde "Peggy" Russell, 7 October 1976; Morris Golde, 22 July 1977; Mildred Dunnock, 5 October 1976; John Nicholson, 7 October 1976
3 Oliver Smith, 29 September 1976; Andreas Brown, 7 October 1976; Maurice Grosser, 30 September 1976; Audrey Wood, 1 October 1976; Virgil Thomson, 2 October 1976, 24 July 1977; Lynn Austin, 4 October 1976; Daniel Halpern, 5 October 1976
4 Robert Fizdale and Arthur Gold, 4 October 1976; Katharine Hamill and Natasha von Hoershelman, 4 October 1976; Robert Hines and Jack Frick, n.d.; Roberta Bobba, 10 February 1977
5 Jane Bavelas, 29 December 1976; Ira Yeager, 15 July 1977; Marjorie Eaton, 3 September 1977; Dione Lewis, 1 March 1977; Gordon Sager, February 1977; Estelle and Dione Lewis, 8 March 1977
6 Ned Rorem, 5 March 1977; Karl Bissinger, 6 March 1977; 9 March 1977
7 Mohammed Mrabet and Paul Bowles, 14 March 1977-18 March 1977; Isabelle and Yvonne Gerofi, 19 March 1977; Carla Grissman, 11 April 1977; Beatrix Pendar, 1 April 1977
Box Folder
4 1 McBey, 21 March 1977; Paul Bowles, 21-23 March 1977
2 David Herbert, 22 March 1977; Boo Faulkner, 23 March 1977, 25 March 1977; Joe McPhillips, 25 March 1977
3 Paul Bowles, 26 March 1977; John Hopkins, 7 April 1977; Paul Bowles, 1-3 April 1977; Dr. Yvonne Roux, March 1977; gravesite, 29 March 1977; Dr. Ramon Ortiz, Lenore Werner, and Sister Mercedes, 29 March 1977; Paul Bowles, 31 March 1977
4 James Wylie, 3 April 1977; Mercedes Guitta, 7 April 1977; Lily ___, 8 April 1977; Mohammed Temsemany, 9 April 1977
5 Paul Bowles, 4 April 1977, 7-9 April 1977, 13-15 April 1977, 17 April 1977, 19 April 1977
6 Mohammed Temsamany, 17 April 1977; Cherifa, 12 April 1977; Katharine Hamill and Natasha von Hoershelman, 28 April 1977; Dione Lewis, 3 May 1977; Ivella Bayer, 13 April 1977; Edwin Denby, 28 April 1977; Xenia Cage, 29 April 1977; Florence Codman, 30 April 1977
7 John Ashbery, 14 May 1977; Miriam Levy, 20 May 1977; Ahmed Yacoubi, 26 September 1977; Dione Lewis, 28 September 1977; Kay Guinness, n.d.; Aaron Copland, 8 October 1977; Leo Lerman, n.d.; Natalia Danesi Murray, 29 September 1977; David Diamond, 3 October 1977; Sylvia Marlowe, 3 October 1977
8 Tennessee Williams, n.d.; Paul Bowles, 10 October 1977, 13-15 October 1977, 17 October 1977; Christopher Wanklyn, 9 October 1977, 11 October 1977
9 Mohammed Temsamany, n.d.; Clemence Bonnet, 19 October 1977
Box Folder
5 1 Paul Bowles, 24 October 1977; David Herbert, 25 October 1977; Cherifa, n.d.; Paul Bowles, 20 October 1977, 21 October 1977, 23 October 1977; Martha Ruspoli, n.d.
2 Peggy Guggenheim, 1 February 1978; Nora Perkins, n.d. James Dewson, n.d.; Mike Kahn, 4 July 1978
3 Roger Stevens, 31 July 1978; Elizabeth Ross Noyes, n.d.; Frances Dixon, 2 August 1978; George MacMillan, 4 August 1978; Ira Yeager, 9 August 1978; Miriam Levy, n.d.; Stella Brooks, n.d.; Edouard Roditi, 10 October 1978
4 Contact Sheets of photographs, 1977
Research Notes
Box Folder
5 5 Miscellaneous fragments, n.d., 1976-79
On Jane Bowles's works, n.d., 1976-85
Box Folder
5 6 "Camp Cataract," July 1977, July 1985
7 In the Summer House, n.d., 1977-78
8 Plain Pleasures, n.d., 1976-77
9 Two Serious Ladies, n.d., 1973-78
10 On letters by or concerning Jane Bowles, n.d., 1977
11 On Jane Bowles's medical condition, 1977-79
Index cards summarizing research notes and interviews about chronological events in Jane Bowles's life, n.d., 1977-78
Box Folder
5 12 1917-1933
13 1934-1938
Box Folder
6 1 1938-1940
2 1940-1943
3-5 1943-1949
6 1949-1951
Box Folder
7 1 1952-1954
2-3 1954-1956
4-5 1957-1959
6-7 1960-1966
Box Folder
8 1 1966-1969
2-3 1969-1973
Manuscripts
Box Folder
8 4 Workbook I, holograph manuscript, 10 January 1978-27 April 1978
5 Workbook II, holograph manuscript, 30 April 1978-9 September 1978
6 Various drafts of introduction, holograph and typescript, n.d.
First draft, typescript with holograph revisions, n.d.
Box Folder
8 7 Chapters 1-11
Box Folder
9 1 Chapters 12-18
2 Chapters 19-27
3 Chapters 28-33
4 Chapters 34-40
5 Chapters 41-45, Afterword
Box Folder
10 1 Deleted sections of first draft, n.d.
Early photocopy of typescript second draft, n.d.
Box Folder
10 2 Introduction and pp.1-77
Later photocopy of typescript second draft, sent to Harper & Row, n.d.
Box Folder
10 3 Author's Note, Introduction, Chapters 1-ll
4 Chapters 12-20
5 Chapters 21-31
6 Chapters 32-39
7 Chapters 40-48
Box Folder
11 1 Chapters 49-52, Afterword, Citations
2 Incomplete original typescript of second draft, with additional revisions, n.d.
Final draft, photocopy typescript with autograph revisions, n.d.
Box Folder
11 3 Author's Note, Chapters 1-10
4 Chapters 11-20
5 Chapters 21-32
6 Chapters 33-41
Box Folder
12 1 Chapters 42-49
2 Chapters 50-53, Afterword, Chronology, List of Jane Bowles Publications, Citations, Acknowledgments
Post-publication correspondence, 3 August 1981-March 1990
Outgoing
Box Folder
12 3 A-Z
4 Bowles, Paul, August 1981-October 1982
Incoming
Box Folder
12 5 A-P
6 Bowles, Paul, August 1981-November 1982
7 R-Z
8 Published interviews and reviews, n.d., 1981-82, 1989
Subseries B. Out in the World, 1985
Box Folder
12 9 Photocopies of Jane Bowles correspondence, 1935-73
Box Folder
13 1 Notes, n.d.
2-5 Typescript manuscript with holograph corrections, n.d.
Correspondence
Box Folder
13 6 Outgoing, September 1981-August 1985
7 Bowles, Paul (photocopies), December 1982-July 1985
8 Incoming, November 1976, January 1983-July 1985
9 Bowles, Paul, December 1982-July 1985
10 Book reviews, 1985
Subseries C. Other Works by Millicent Dillon Regarding Jane Bowles and Her Work
Manuscripts
Box Folder
13 11 "Essential Quandaries," one incomplete and two complete photocopies of typescript, n.d.
12 "Experiment as Character," photocopy typescript, [ 1989]
13 Review of My Sister's Hand in Mine, typescript with holograph revisions, [ 1978]
Box Folder
14 1 "Serious Ladies," review of Two Serious Ladies, typescript, n.d.
2 "The Three Exiles of Jane Bowles," photocopy of typescript, [ 1984]
Correspondence
Box Folder
14 3 Outgoing, July 1977-June 1984
4 Bowles, Paul (drafts and photocopies), September 1985-June 1990
5 Incoming, n.d., March 1976-February 1984
6 Bowles, Paul, September 1985-November 1989

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Series II. Jane Bowles, 1905-1977 (bulk 1960-1968)

Notebooks
Box Folder
14 7 Unpublished holograph manuscript of untitled novel and poetry, 18 July 1946
8 Unpublished holograph manuscript of "Camp Cataract," with holograph notes by Millicent Dillon, [ 1960]
Works
Box Folder
14 9 Fragments of "Everything Is Nice,"  "Going to Massachusetts," and Red O'Shaugnessy play, n.d.
10 Autobiography, photocopy of typescript, [ 1968]
11 "Camp Cataract," with labeled folder and holograph notes by Millicent Dillon, n.d.
Correspondence
Box Folder
14 12 Outgoing, n.d., 1966
13 Incoming, n.d., 1954-68
14 Other, n.d., 1963, 1971
Box Folder
15 1 1951 Production of In the Summer House, photocopies of correspondence and production agreement, 1951
2 Legal Documents, 1913-73
3-5 Photographs, n.d., 1905-77
6 Contact sheets of photographs by Terence Spencer, 1967
7 Obituary, 31 May 1973
8 "Jane," videotape of Dutch production of a play about Jane Bowles, April 1984

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Series III. Paul Bowles, 1959-1986 (bulk 1960-1969)

Correspondence
Box Folder
15 9 Outgoing, 1959-79
10 Incoming, n.d., 1960-77
11 Published reviews and interviews, 1983-86
Box
16 Cassette tapes of Paul Bowles, 1977 (see 2-*)

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 Millicent Dillon Papers--Index of Correspondents 

Names in bold are in the RLIN record.

See ___ refers to the name under which correspondence was filed.

  • Abrahams, William Miller, 1919---1.4; see also Holt, Rinehart, and Winston, inc.
  • Actors' Equity Association; see Anderson, Judith
  • Adams, Alice, 1926- --1.4, 12.3, 13.6
  • Advocate ( San Mateo, Calif.)--12.3
  • Alfred A. Knopf, Inc.; see Koshland, William A.
  • Allen, Hilary; see Sotheby's Belgravia (Firm)
  • American Center of P.E.N.--1.4
  • American Music Center ( New York, N.Y.)--1.4, 2.1
  • Anderson, Judith--1.4
  • Anderson, Kathleen--1.4
  • Anderson, Thyrza--12.5
  • Angus, Donald--1.4, 2.1
  • Antaeus; see Halpern, Daniel, 1945-
  • Applefield, David--12.3
  • Arbuckle, Helen Francis (Mrs. Homer F.); see Roby, Ruth Rousseau
  • Ardman, Carol--2.1, 12.5
  • Ashbery, John--14.13
  • Askew, Cortanica--2.1
  • Aswell, Mary Louise (White), 1902- --1.4, 2.1
  • Aswell, L.--14.13
  • Auer, Mrs. C.--1.4, 2.1
  • Auw, Ivan von--1.4, 2..1
  • Authors' Guild ( U.S.)--2.1
  • Bankhead, Eugenia--1.4
  • Barnard College--1.4
  • Barnes, Bill--1.4
  • Bavelas, Jane--2.1
  • Bay Area Book Reviewers Association--12.5
  • Bayer, Mrs. Herbert--1.4
  • Baylor, Dennis--1.4, 2.1
  • Beardsley, Charles--12.5
  • Beaton, Cecil --14.13; see also Hose, Eileen J.
  • Beauvoir, Simone de, 1908- --1.4, 2.1
  • Becker, Carmela; see Hempstead (N.Y.)
  • Bedford, Sybille, 1911- --1.4, 2.1
  • Beinecke Rare Book and Manuscript Library--1.4, 2.1
  • Bentley Historical Library--2.1
  • Berman, Ronald; see National Endowment for the Humanities
  • Bernard, April--12.5
  • Bernard, Christopher--12.5
  • Bernstein, Leonard, 1918- --1.4
  • Beyers, Bob--12.5
  • Birnbaum, Martin and Freda--12.5
  • Bishop, Francis see American Music Center ( New York, N.Y.)
  • Bissinger, Karl--1.4, 12.3, 12.5
  • Black Sparrow Press--1.4, 2.1, 12.5, 13.6
  • Blondel, Nathalie--12.3, 12.5
  • Bobba, Roberta--1.4
  • Boheeman, Christine van--12.3, 12.5
  • Bohning, Elizabeth Stafford (Edrop), 1915- --1.4, 2.1
  • Bond, Constance see New Republic ( New York, N.Y.)
  • Boston. Temple University--1.4
  • Bowles, Jane Auer, 1917-1973--12.9, 14.12, 14.13, 14.14, 15.7
  • Bowles, Paul, 1910- --1.5, 2.2, 2.3, 12.4, 12.5, 12.9, 13.7, 13.8, 13.9, 14.4, 14.6, 14.12, 15.9, 15.10
  • Bowles, Rena Winnewisser--14.13
  • Bradshaw, Jon--1.4
  • Breceda, Eleanor P. (Mrs. Enrique) de--1.4, 2.1
  • British Columbia Research Council--1.4, 2.1
  • Brooks, Stella--1.4, 2.1
  • Brown, Andreas--11.6
  • Brown, Mildred--12.5
  • Bryn Mawr College--1.4, 2.1
  • Buchwald, Christophe; see Carl Hanser Verlag
  • Burke, Carolyn--12.5
  • Burns, Edward--1.4
  • Burroughs, William S., 1914- --1.4, 2.1
  • Butler, Burt see Strand Bookstore
  • Butterfly--14.12
  • Cage, John, 1912- --1.4, 2.1
  • Cage, Xenia--1.4, 2.1
  • Campbell, Neil--1.4, 2.1
  • Candelas, Maria--1.4, 2.1
  • Cantor, Jackie see Holt, Rinehart, and Winston, inc.
  • Caponya, Emile--1.4
  • Capote, Truman, 1924- --1.4
  • Carl Hanser Verlag--12.3, 12.5
  • Carton, Emily--12.3, 12.5
  • Carvoctan, Gidta--12.5
  • Carver, Raymond--12.3, 12.5
  • Cate, Curtis, 1924- --1.4, 2.1
  • Chace, William M.--12.5
  • Chace, Joan Elizabeth--12.5
  • Charanteney, Gilberte de--1.4, 2.1
  • Charhadi, Driss ben Hamed--1.4, 15.10
  • Cherifa--12.9, 14.12
  • Chester, Alfred, 1928-1971--14.13, 15.10
  • Chjlin, Geraldine ?--14.13
  • Christi, Tom--12.5
  • Cincinnati, Ohio. Bureau of Vital Statistics--1.4, 2.1
  • Clareman, Jack--1.4, 2.1, 12.5
  • Clark, Tom--12.3
  • Clinica de los Angeles. ( Malaga, Spain)--1.4
  • Coder, David; see National Endowment for the Humanities
  • Codman, Florence--1.4, 2.1, 14.13
  • Cohan, Avery B(erlow), 1914- --1.4
  • Cohan, Margaret Kelly--2.1
  • Cohen, Gail--1.4, 12.3
  • Cohn, Marcus A.--12.3, 12.5
  • Cohn and Marks; see Cohn, Marcus A.
  • Collins, Jack--12.5
  • Conde Nast Publications, inc.--1.4
  • Confrontation: A Literary Journal of Long Island University--14.3, 14.5
  • Constable, Rosalind--1.4, 2.1
  • Copland, Aaron, 1900- --1.4, 2.1
  • Covan, Ellie--12.3, 12.5
  • Coyner, Sandra; see Network Notes
  • Crane, Joan St. C.; see University of Virginia. Library. Rare Book Dept
  • Dagel, Gina--12.5
  • Dallas Morning News; see Milazzo, Lee
  • Dan, Joseph, 1935- --1.4
  • Daniel, Mina Ledermann ?--1.4, 2.1
  • Davie, Donald--1.4, 12.3, 12.5
  • Davis, Pam--12.5
  • Dean, Henry L.--1.4, 2.1
  • de Livio, Michael; see Drutman, Irving
  • Delmonico Retirement Hotel. Miami Beach, Florida--1.4
  • Derrick, Jane--12.5
  • Dery, Mark A--.12.5
  • Dewson, James--2.1
  • Diamond, David, 1915- --1.4, 2.1
  • Dillon, Millicent--1.4-1.8, 2.1-2.5, 12.3-12.7, 13.6-13.9, 14.3-14.6
  • Dixon, Frances--1.4, 2.1
  • Dr. Rallier's Clinic-Sanatorium. Leysin, Switzerland--1.4
  • Donald, Margery (Mrs. John H.)--1.4, 2.1
  • Doornbos, Annette; see Media Alliance ( San Francisco, Calif.)
  • Down, Rosalind ?--12.5
  • Dragadze, Tamara--1.4, 2.1
  • Drinhall, Patricia--1.4
  • Dunnock, Mildred--2.1
  • Drummond, Andrew--1.4, 2.1
  • Drutman, Irving--1.4, 2.1
  • Duff, Caroline--14.13
  • Duff, Sir (Charles) Michael (Robert Vivian), 1907- --1.4, 2.1, 14.13
  • Dumbly, Jack--1.4
  • Dunlap, Ellen; see Harry Ransom Humanities Research Center
  • du Rohan, Dilkusha--15.10
  • Dwyer, Lillian H.--12.3
  • E.P. Dutton (Firm)-- 12.5
  • East Montpelier (Vt.)--1.4, 2.1
  • Edkins, Diana; see Conde Nast Publications, inc.
  • Edwards, C. Harold--1.4, 2.1, 15.9
  • Egger, Luis--1.4
  • Eisler, Laurie--12.5
  • El Hajjam, Mohammed ben Chaib; see Mrabet, Mohammed, 1940-
  • Eliot, ___--1.4
  • Elliot, Richard--1.4
  • Epstein, Barbara--1.4
  • Esquire, Inc.--1.4, 2.1
  • Esslin, Martin--12.3, 12.5
  • Evans, Lonnie E.--12.3, 12.5
  • Eyre, Peter--12.5
  • Fainlight, Ruth--1.4, 12.3, 12.5, 12.9, 13.6, 14.12
  • Farrar, Straus & Giroux--1.4, 2.1, 12.5, 13.8, 14.3, 12.3; see also Wilson, Alison
  • Faulkner, Robert E. F.--1.4, 2.1, 12.5
  • Faxon, Janet--2.1
  • Feder, Samuel L.; see New York Hospital. Cornell Medical Center
  • Fernea, B. J.--1.4, 2.1
  • Fiehheimer, David--1.4
  • [ First National City Bank]--14.12
  • Fitelson and Mayers; see Lachy, Feoria
  • Fizdale, Robert--1.4
  • Flanner, Janet, 1892- --1.4
  • Foothill College--12.5
  • Ford, Ruth, 1920- --1.4
  • Ford Foundation--1.4, 2.1
  • Fox, James A.; see Harper & Row, Publishers
  • "Frances"; see Liz
  • Francis, Claude--1.4
  • Franklin Distributors Corp.--1.4
  • Fraser, Kennedy--12.3
  • Frazer, Julie--12.3, 12.5
  • Friedman, Leslie, 1948- --12.5
  • Frick, Jack--12.5
  • Fuhs, Claire--12.9, 14.12, 14.13
  • G.P. Putnam's Sons--1.6
  • Gallup, Donald Clifford, 1913- ; see Beinecke Rare Book and Manuscript Library
  • Garner, Phillipe--1.6
  • Gatenio, A.H.--1.6
  • Gaver, Chasen--12.5
  • Genet, Lisa--12.5
  • Georgia Review--1.6
  • Gerofi, Isabelle--1.6, 2.1, 12.3, 12.5, 12.9, 14.12, 14.14, 15.9
  • Gerofi, Yvonne--1.6, 2.1, 12.3, 12.5
  • Gifford, Lydia--1.6
  • Ginsberg, Allen, 1926- --1.6
  • Glanville-Hicks, Peggy--1.6
  • Godfrey, Nanci Haughton (Mrs. Gordon)--2.1; see also Roby, Ruth Rousseau
  • Godhein, Paul--1.6
  • Goia, Dana--12.5
  • Gold, Arthur--1.4
  • Golde, Morris--1.6, 12.3
  • Goldstein, Doris Eliazon--12.5
  • Gonda, Thomas Andrew, 1921- --1.6, 2.1
  • Goodspeeds, Bobbie--1.6
  • Goodwin, John B.--1.6, 2.1, 14.13
  • Gordon, Ruth, 1896- --1.6
  • Gottleib, Honned; see Mugar Memorial Library (Boston University). Dept. of Special Collections
  • Graham, Patricia; see Radcliff Institute
  • Grauerholz, James; see Burroughs, William S., 1914-
  • Gray, Francine du Plessix--1.6
  • Gray, William S.
  • Green, Blake--1.6, 12.3
  • Greve, Dagmar; see Holt, Rinehart, and Winston, inc.
  • Griest, Guinevere L.; see National Endowment for the Humanities
  • Grissman, Carla--1.6, 2.1, 12.5
  • Groffsky, Maxine--1.6, 2.1, 12.3, 12.5
  • Grosser, Maurice, 1903-1986--1.6
  • Gruenthal, Max--14.13
  • Gullard, Pamela--2.1,12.5
  • Guthmann, Edward--12.3
  • Gysin, Brion--1.6, 2.1
  • H. W. Wilson Company--1.6
  • Haessler, George--12.3, 12.5
  • Halpern, Daniel, 1945- --1.6, 14.3, 14.5
  • Hamill, Katharine--1.6, 2.4, 12.9, 14.14, 15.9
  • Hancock, Marjorie; see Roby, Ruth Rousseau
  • Hanley, Dick--12.5
  • Hamovitch, Mitzi Berger--12.5
  • Harper, Allanah, 1904- --1.6
  • Harper & Row, Publishers--1.6, 2.4, 12.3
  • Harrison, Lou, 1917- --1.6, 2.4
  • Harry Ransom Humanities Research Center--1.6, 12.5
  • Hart, David M.--1.6
  • Hart, Ursula D.K.--1.6, 2.4
  • Hawkes, John--12.3, 12.5
  • Hedgerow Theatre--1.6
  • Heggie, Peter; see Authors' Guild ( U.S.)
  • Hempstead (N.Y.)--1.6, 2.4
  • Henry, Rex--1.6, 2.4, 12.5
  • Herbert, David, 1927- --1.6, 14.12, 14.13; see also Groffsky, Maxine
  • Highsmith, Patricia, 1921- --1.6, 2.4
  • Hines, Robert; see Frick, Jack
  • Hoershelman, Natasha Von--1.6, 2.4, 12.3, 12.9; see also Hamill, Katharine
  • Holman, Libby--12.9, 14.12, 14.13, 14.14
  • Holt, Rinehart, and Winston, inc.--1.6, 2.4, 12.3, 12.5
  • Home, Irving--1.6
  • Horne, Jed; see Groffsky, Maxine
  • Hose, Eileen J.--1.6
  • Houghton Mifflin Company--1.6
  • Howard, Jane--2.4
  • Howe, Danny--2.4
  • Huckel, Betty (Mrs. Oliver Wentworth)--2.4; see also Roby, Ruth Rousseau
  • Hughes, Anna Dewey (Mrs. Edward J.); see Roby, Ruth Rousseau
  • Hunter College--12.3, 12.5
  • Ingram Merrill Foundation; see Myers, John Bernard
  • Inquiry--14.3, 14.5
  • International Creative Management; see Barnes, Bill; see Wood, Audrey, 1905-
  • Iselin, John; see WNET
  • I ves, Virginia (Mrs. Edward T.)--2.4; see also Roby, Ruth Rousseau
  • Jaffe, Hans, Mrs.--1.6
  • Jensen, Timothy S.; see Covan, Ellie
  • John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts ( U.S.); see Stevens, Roger L.
  • John Radcliffe Hospital; see Radcliffe Institute
  • John Simon Guggenheim Memorial Foundation--1.6
  • Jones, Richard--12.3, 12.5
  • Julia Richman High School--1.6, 2.4
  • Kahn, Mike--1.6
  • Kalet, Maureen--12.3, 12.5
  • Kalett, James; see Harper & Row, Publishers
  • Kamalakar, Narayan--15.10
  • Kamalakar, Sonya--14.13
  • Kanin, Garson, 1912- --1.6
  • Karasik, Judy; see Holt, Rinehart, and Winston, inc.
  • Keen, Fred--1.6
  • Kerr, Walter, 1913- --1.6
  • Kersten, Lisette--12.3
  • Kiester, Sally Valente--12.5
  • Killifer, Catharine; see Holt, Rinehart, and Winston, inc.
  • Kilner, Brian--12.3, 12.5
  • Kinnard, Lady Elizabeth--1.6
  • Koch, Ed, 1924- --1.6
  • Koshland, William A.--1.6
  • Krim, Seymour--12.3
  • Kurt Weill Foundation for Music; see Lenya, Lotte
  • Kushner, Dora--12.5
  • Kyle, Betty Camden--1.6
  • Lachy, Feoria--1.6
  • Larsen, Michael--12.3, 12.5
  • Larson, Jack--1.6, 2.4
  • La Sala, Jo Anne--12.5
  • Layachi, Larbi; see Charhadi, Driss ben Hamed
  • Layman, Richard; see British Columbia Research Council
  • Lawrence (N.Y.)--1.6, 2.4
  • Lehman, Rohlich & Salemon--1.6
  • Leider, Emily Wortis--13.8
  • Lenox Hill Hospital--1.6, 2.4
  • Lenya, Lotte--1.6, 2.4
  • Lerman, Leo, 1914- --1.6, 2.5
  • Lesser, Wendy--1.6, 12.5
  • Levin, Burton--1.6, 2.4
  • LeVoe, Spivy--12.9
  • Levy, Miriam Fligelman--1.6, 2.6, 12.5, 12.9
  • Lewin, Molly--12.3, 12.5
  • Lewis, Dione--1.6, 2.4
  • Leyland, Winston, 1940- --1.6
  • L'Heureux, John--12.5
  • Library of Congress--1.6
  • Lieberbaum, Harold--1.6
  • Life Picture Service--1.6, 2.4
  • Limmer, Ruth; see Hunter College
  • Lindberg, Stanley W.; see Georgia Review
  • Litz, A. Walton--1.6, 2.4
  • Liz--12.9, 14.12
  • Lubeski, Lori--12.5
  • M & M Productions--12.5
  • McBey, Marguerite--1.7, 12.5
  • McCarthy, Mary, 1912- --1.7, 2.4
  • McCloskey, Paul N., 1927- --1.7, 2.4
  • McCullers, Carson, 1917-1967--12.9, 14.12, 14.13
  • McCullough, Frances Monson, 1939- --1.7, 12.5; see also Harper & Row, Publishers
  • MacDonald, Douglas; see Mugar Memorial Library (Boston University). Dept. of Special Collections
  • MacDowell Colony--12.3
  • McGrath, Anne Root (Mrs. Thomas W.); see Roby, Ruth Rousseau
  • McKean, Margaret--1.7
  • McLain, Mary Joe--1.7, 2.4
  • McLauchlan, I.E.J.; see St. Andrew's Hospital
  • McLaughlin, Carolyn Cummings (Mrs. Donald C.); see Roby, Ruth Rousseau
  • McLeod, Emilie; see E.P. Dutton (Firm)
  • MacMillan, George--1.7, 12.9
  • Maddocks, Melvin--12.3
  • Malin, Irving--12.3, 12.5
  • Mann, David--1.7
  • Mann, Marty, 1904- --1.7, 2.4
  • Marksbury, Judith; see Stoneleigh-Burnham School
  • Marlowe, Sylvia--1.7
  • Marquez, Magda--14.13
  • Martin, John; see Black Sparrow Press
  • Masters, Greg; see Poetry Project
  • Mayer, Bernadette see Poetry Project
  • Mayer, Carla--12.3
  • Media Alliance ( San Francisco, Calif.)--12.5
  • Meerbaum, Nora--12.5
  • Meijer, Maaike--13.6
  • Mendle, Mrs. Maurice E.--1.7
  • Menrad, Edith--1.6
  • Mercedes, ___--1.7
  • Merrill, James Ingram--1.7, 2.4
  • Meyer, Don--12.3, 12.5
  • Miami Beach (Fla.)--1.7
  • Michael Larsen-Elizabeth Pomada Literary Agents see Larsen, Michael
  • Milazzo, Lee--12.3
  • Miles, Deborah; see National Endowment for the Humanities
  • Miller, Jean--2.4
  • Miller, Jeffrey, 1943- --1.7, 2.4, 12.5, 14.5
  • Mills College--2.4
  • Mino, Rose--1.7
  • Minot, Kathleen Miller (Mrs. Robert E.); see Roby, Ruth Rousseau
  • Moore, Honor, 1945- --12.5
  • Moretto, Kathleen J.; see Beinecke Rare Book and Manuscript Library
  • Mrabet, Mohammed, 1940- --1.7
  • Mugar Memorial Library (Boston University). Dept. of Special Collections--1.7, 2.4
  • Murchie, Kaatje (Mrs. Guy)-- 1.7
  • Murray, Mary P.; see M & M Productions
  • Murray, Natalia Danesi--1.7, 2.4
  • Myers, John Bernard--1.7, 2.4
  • Naropa Institute--1.7, 2.5
  • Nassau County (N.Y.)--1.7, 2.5, 15.2
  • The Nation (
  • New York)--1.7, 14.5
  • National Endowment for the Arts--12.3
  • National Endowment for the Humanities--1.1, 2.5, 12.3, 12.5
  • National Women's Studies Association--1.7, 12.5
  • Network Notes--1.7
  • Neville, Joseph B.; see National Endowment for the Humanities
  • New Republic ( New York, N.Y.)--1.7, 14.5
  • New York (N.Y.). Bureau of Vital Statistics--1.7, 2.5
  • New York (State). Insurance Dept.--2.5
  • New York Hospital. Cornell Medical Center--1.7, 2.5
  • New York Public Library--1.7, 2.5
  • New York Review of Books--2.5
  • New York Times; see O'Connor, Patricia
  • New York Times Book Review--1.7
  • New York Telephone Company--2.5
  • New Yorker; see Fraser, Kennedy
  • Newberry Library--1.7
  • Newfield, Joy B.--1.7, 2.5
  • Nichols, Deanne--1.7
  • Niedermeyer, Linda--12.5
  • Nin, Anais, 1903-1977--1.7, 2.5
  • Noonday--12.5
  • Obbink, Laurie--12.5
  • Oboe: A Journal of Literature and Fine Art--12.3, 12.5
  • O'Brian, John; see Review of Contemporary Fiction
  • O'Connor, Patricia--12.3
  • O'Neil, Patty--12-5
  • Orr, Mimi--1.7, 2.5
  • Orr, Montgomery M.--1.7
  • Pace, Donald; see Holt, Rinehart, and Winston, inc.
  • Paley, Emily (Mrs. Louis)--1.7, 2.5
  • Paley, Paula--1.7
  • Paris Review; see Groffsky, Maxine
  • Parsons, Betty--1.7
  • Pasche, Sylvia--12.5
  • Pasche, Sylvia--12.5
  • Peck, Margaret--1.7
  • Pelsner, Beverly; see Holt, Rinehart, and Winston, inc.
  • Pendar, Beatrix--1.7, 2.5
  • Pepper, James--1-7
  • Perth Amboy Public Library--1.7, 2.5
  • Pezzi, Antonio de Linares; see Sanitorio Psiquiatrico Feminino. Malaga, Spain
  • Pfabe, Herbert G.--1.8, 2.5
  • Pochada, Elizabeth; see The Nation ( New York)
  • Poetry Project--12.3, 12.5
  • Pole, Rupert; see Anais Nin, 1903-1977
  • Polikoff and Clareman, P.C.; see Clareman, Jack
  • Porter, Allen--1.7, 2.5
  • Portland State University--1.7
  • Price, Bruce L.--12.3, 12.5
  • Pride's Corner, Maine. County Clerk--1.7
  • Purdy, James--1.7, 2.5
  • Quintero, Jose, 1924- --1.7
  • Radcliffe Institute--1.7
  • Ragamont Inn. Salisbury, CT.--1.7
  • Raico, Ralph; see Inquiry
  • Ramsey, Gordon Clark; see Stoneleigh-Burnham School
  • Rascoe, Judith--12.7
  • Redon, Joel--12.7
  • Reille, Rosamonde; see Russell, Rosamonde (Peggy)
  • Reilly, Louis--1.7
  • Remie--14.14
  • Review of Contemporary Fiction--12.3, 12.7
  • Reyneri, Adriana--12.7
  • Reynolds, Bill; see Harper & Row, Publishers
  • Richmond, Elizabeth Burton (Mrs. Howard)--2.5; see also Roby, Ruth Rousseau
  • Roberts, George D.--12.7
  • Roby, Ruth Rousseau (Mrs. L. Edward, Jr.)--1.7
  • Rockefeller Foundation--1.7
  • Roditi, Edouard--1.7, 2.5
  • Roe, Nora--12.7
  • Rollins College ( Winter Park, Fl.)--1.7, 2.5
  • Rorem, Ned, 1923- --1.7, 2.5, 12.3, 12.7
  • Rosenblatt, Roger; see New Republic ( New York, N.Y.)
  • Roux, Yvonne--1.7, 2.5, 12.7, 14.13
  • The Royalton. ( New York, N.Y.)--1.7
  • Runyan, Maria Emilia--12.7
  • Ruspoli, Marthe de Chambrun--1.7, 2.5, 14.13
  • Russell, Rosamonde (Peggy)--1.7
  • Sager, Gordon--1.8, 2.5, 12.3, 12.7, 12.9
  • Saher, Lilla Van, 1912- --15.10
  • Sahy, M. de--2.5
  • St. Andrew's Hospital--1.8, 2.4
  • St. Mary's Hospital Medical School ( London, England); see Edwards, C.H.
  • Saint-Exupery, Consuelo de--1.8
  • Salemon, Joseph; see Lehman, Rohlich & Salemon
  • Saltzer, Robert--1.8
  • San Francisco State University. American Poetry Archive--12.3
  • Sanitorio Psiquiatrico Feminino. Malaga, Spain--1.8
  • Sanz, Emilio-- 1.8, 2.1, 14.14
  • Saporta, Marian Tiffany--1.8
  • Scaramelli, Richard A.--12.7
  • Schaffhausen, Jane--1.8
  • Schanker, Louis, 1903-1981--1.8
  • Schlesinger, Stephen L.; see John Simon Guggenheim Memorial Foundation
  • Shaaff, Nene--1.8
  • Shangle, Louise Welsh--1.8, 2.5
  • Shertz, Anne L.--2.5
  • Shields, Paula, 1955- --12.7
  • Shifreen, Lawrence J., 1948- --15.10
  • Shoor, Edith--1.8, 2.5
  • Sidi Hida, Dolores--1.8, 2.5
  • Sillitoe, Alan--1.8, 12.3, 12.7
  • Skerl, Jennie--12.5
  • Smith, Bernard--1.8, 2.5
  • Smith, Oliver, 1918- --1.8, 12.9, 14.13
  • Smith, Rita--1.8
  • Snead, Elizabeth Hartley (Mrs. Walter L.); see Roby, Ruth Rousseau
  • Sorensen, Virginia Eggertsen, 1912- --1.8, 2.5, 12.3, 12.7, 14.13
  • Sotheby's Belgravia (Firm)--1.8
  • Sottsass, Fernanda Pivano--12.3, 12.7
  • Spilker, John, 1952- ; see Oboe: A Journal of Literature and Fine Art
  • Stanford University Medical Center. Dept. of Psychiatry; see Gonda, Thomas Andrew, 1921-
  • Stapleton, Jean, 1923- --1.8, 2.5
  • Steiner, George--12.3, 12.7
  • Stevens, Roger L.--1.8, 2.5, 12.7
  • Stevenson, Edward M.; see Stoneleigh-Burnham School
  • Stevenson, Pamela--14.13
  • Steward, Samuel M.--2.5
  • Stewart, Lawrence D. (Lawrence Delbert), 1926- --1.8, 2.5, 12.9, 13.6, 13.8
  • Stewart, Til ?--12.7
  • Stimpson, Catharine R., 1936- --1.8
  • Stix, John--1.8
  • Stoneleigh-Burnham School--1.8, 2.5, 12.7
  • Stowe, Shirley--1.8, 2.5
  • Strachan, Pat; see Farrar, Straus & Giroux
  • Strand Bookstore--1.8
  • Straus, Roger W.; see Wilson, Alison
  • Symonette, Lys; see Lenya, Lotte
  • Tanner, Marcia--12.7
  • Taradash, Daniel, 1913- --1.8, 2.5
  • Temple Israel. ( Lawrence, N.Y.)--1.8
  • Temsamany, Mohammed--14.13
  • Thomson, Virgil, 1896- --1.8, 2.5, 12.7
  • Thompson, Mark, 1952- ; see Advocate ( San Mateo, Calif.)
  • Three Lives and Company Ltd.--12.3, 12.7
  • Tillman, Lynne--12.7
  • Time, inc.--2.5, 12.7
  • Town & Country--1.8, 2.5
  • Tucker, Martin; see Confrontation: A Literary Journal of Long Island University
  • Unicorn Books; see E.P. Dutton (Firm)
  • United States. Dept. of State--1.8
  • United States. Embassy (Mexico)--1.4
  • United States. National Archives and Records Service--1.8
  • University of California, Berkeley--12.7
  • University of Georgia. Libraries--1.8, 2.5
  • University of Michigan. Alumni Association--1.8, 2.5
  • University of Michigan. Department of Theatre--1.8, 2.5
  • University of Virginia. Library. Rare Book Dept.--1.8, 12.3, 12.7
  • University Products, Inc.--1.8
  • Volunteer Lawyers for the Arts; see Covan, Ellie
  • Van Raalte, Enid--2.5
  • Veldhuizen, Matin van--12.7
  • Vidal, Gore, 1925- --1.8, 2.5, 12.3, 12.7
  • Villa Montaloo. ( Saratoga, N.Y.)--1-8
  • Vursell, Hal D.--1.8, 2.5, 12.9, 14.12
  • Walworth, Colby--1.8, 2.5
  • Wanklyn, Christopher--1.8, 2.5
  • Washington Post; see Howard, Jane
  • Waugh, Alec, 1898- --14.13
  • Waugh, Virginia Sorensen; see Sorensen, Virginia Eggertsen, 1912-
  • Weaver, Susan--12.7
  • Webb, Helene; see Three Lives and Company Ltd.
  • Weidenfeld and Nicolson (Firm)--12.3
  • Weir, Sybil--14.3, 14.5
  • Weiss, Jordan--12.7
  • Wells, R.G.--12.3, 12.7
  • Welty, Eudora, 1909- --1.8
  • Whelpley, Anne; see Beinecke Rare Book and Manuscript Library
  • Wilcox, Wendell--1.8, 2.5
  • Williams, Frank--1.8
  • Williams, Tennessee, 1911-1983--1.8
  • Williams, Wistor; see Hamill, Katharine
  • Williams Hotel. ( Austin, Tx.)--1.8
  • Wilson, Alison--2.5, 12.7
  • Windisch, Dagmar--12.3, 12.7
  • WNET (Television Station: New York, N.Y.)--12.3
  • Wood, Audrey, 1905- --1.8, 2.5, 12.9, 14.13
  • Woodmere (N.Y.). Hewlett-Woodmere Union Free School District--1.8, 2.4
  • Woodmere (N.Y.). Woodmere Academy--1.8
  • Wright, Ellen (Poppell)--1.8, 2.5
  • Writers Guild of America--1.8, 2.5
  • Wyeth, Marion Sims--1.8, 2.5
  • Wyle, Mary--12.7
  • Wylie, Andrew--14.3
  • YWCA of the City of New York--1.8, 2.5
  • Yale University. Music Library--1.8
  • Yeager, Ira H., 1900- --1.8
  • Young, Charles--1.8
  • Youssef, Naima Ben Yahia--1.8, 2.5
  • Zelver, Pat--12.7
  • Zombardo, Phil--12.7

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