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Restrictions

Administrative Information

Description of Series

Series I. Research Materials, circa 1960-1976, undated

Series II. Works, 1962-1975, undated

Series III. Correspondence, 1963-1975, undated

Series IV. Works By Others, 1964-1974, undated

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University of Texas, Harry Ransom Humanities Research Center

Jack P. Dalton:

A Preliminary Inventory of His James Joyce Research Papers in the Manuscript Collection at the Harry Ransom Center



Creator: Dalton, Jack P.
Title: James Joyce Research Papers
Dates: circa 1960-1976, undated
Abstract: Notes, transcriptions, photocopies, pamphlets, offprints, correspondence, drafts of articles, essays, presentations, and clippings document Jack P. Dalton’s research and publications focused on the work of James Joyce.
Extent: 19 document boxes, 31 note card boxes (12.60 linear feet)
Language: English
Repository: The University of Texas at Austin, Harry Ransom Center

Scope and Contents

Notes, transcriptions, photocopies, pamphlets, offprints, correspondence, drafts of articles, essays, presentations, and clippings document Jack P. Dalton’s research and publications focused on the work of James Joyce. Dalton was an early textual scholar of Joyce and was highly critical of inaccuracies in published editions of Joyce’s work. He vehemently called for a critical edition of Ulysses during the 1960s and 1970s and his work aided Hans Walter Gabler with Gabler’s 1984 edition of Ulysses based on original Joyce manuscripts and proofs. Dalton’s papers date from the 1960s to 1970s and are generally in good condition. Identifying notes created by Robert Fulton during the processing of the materials remain in or on the folders.

The materials are arranged in four series: I. Research Materials (11 boxes, 29 note card boxes); II. Works (6 boxes, 2 note card boxes); III. Correspondence (2 boxes); and IV. Works By Others (2 folders).

The Research series is the largest in the papers and is divided into two subseries: A. James Joyce and B. General. The bulk of the research material is in the James Joyce subseries and is filed alphabetically by title of work. Within the titles, materials are filed alphabetically by folder heading. Finnegans Wake and Ulysses are especially well documented and materials for these two titles include Dalton’s extensive transcriptions and notes mainly from original Joyce manuscripts at The State University of New York at Buffalo. Also present in the series are transcriptions of Joyce correspondence, general reference materials related to Joyce, and note cards created by Dalton and used by Hans Walter Gabler for his edition of Ulysses. The General subseries contains a small number of photocopies documenting texts and bibliographies not related to Joyce.

The Works series contains offprints, typescript drafts, and photocopies of essays, journal articles, presentations, reviews, and letters to editors by Dalton. Also present are small amounts of correspondence and research materials associated with specific works. The bulk of the works are in chronological order, followed by small groups of undated and unidentified materials. The series includes both published and unpublished works with full citations given for the published pieces.

The Correspondence series consists of seven folders in alphabetical order by correspondent name, with the exception of two folders labeled “General” and “Unidentified.” The bulk of the material consists of incoming letters to Dalton from publishers, editors, and other Joyce scholars, such as T. S. Eliot, William Gaddis, and Michael Groden. Correspondence is also sometimes present in the Research Materials and Works series and a location index of all correspondent names is provided in this finding aid.

Series IV. Works by Others is the smallest series and consists of two folders of offprints, many of which are inscribed to Dalton from the various authors. The works are filed in alphabetical order by author name.

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Restrictions

Access:

Open for research

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Administrative Information

Acquisition:

Gift, 2007 (G12546)

Processed by:

Robert Fulton, Katy Hill, 2008

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Folder List

 

Series I. Research Materials, circa 1960-1976, undated

Subseries A. James Joyce
Box Folder
1 1 Dubliners, annotated copy of Viking edition, circa 1967
2 Exiles, annotated copy and notes, circa 1968
Finnegans Wake
Box Folder
1 3 “Corrected?” manuscript, photocopy of typed transcription, undated
Box
20 Notes on manuscript at British Library, undated
Box
21 Errata, on note cards in blue ink, undated
Foreign words, indexed on note cards, undated
Box
34 À-Pfarrer, undated
Box
35 Pfauhahn-Zwölf; Book IV notes, undated
Box Folder
1 4 Glosses on pp. 395-428, undated
Joyce’s notebooks
Note cards with typed transcriptions
Box
23 James Joyce quotes re Finnegans Wake; notebooks introduction; notebook number 2, undated
Box
24 Notebook numbers 3, 4, 6, undated
Box
25-26 Notebook numbers 10, 13, 15, 16, undated
Box
27 Notebook numbers 17, 19, undated
Box
28 Notebook numbers 20, 21, undated
Box Folder
29 Notebook numbers 22, 23, 29, undated
Box Folder
30 Notebook numbers 42, 44, undated
Notebooks with typed transcriptions
Box Folder
1 5 No. 1, undated
6 No. 2, undated
Box Folder
2 1 No. 3, undated
2 No. 5, undated
3 No. 6, undated
4 No. 9, undated
5 No. 10, undated
Box Folder
3 1 No. 13, undated
2 No. 15, undated
3 No. 16, undated
4 No. 17, undated
5 No. 19, undated
Box Folder
4 1 No. 20, undated
2-3 No. 21 undated
4 No. 22, undated
5 No. 23, undated
6 No. 25/39, undated
Box Folder
5 1 No. 28, undated
2 No. 29, undated
3 No. 42, undated
4 No. 43, undated
5 No. 44, undated
6 Last chapter, typescript “corrections,” undated
Box Folder
6 1 Nightlessons chapter, errata sheets, undated
2 Notes on final section, undated
3 Notes on notebooks, undated
Proper nouns, indexed on note cards, undated
Box
32 ALPI-Iremonger
Iris-Tem, undated
Box
33 Tem-Zilla; ALP chapter; river names by page number, undated
Box Folder
6 4 Giacomo Joyce, research, reviews, and correspondence, 1968-1969, undated
5 A Portrait of the Artist, transcriptions, undated Scribbledehobble
Scribbledehobble
Box
22 Note cards, undated
Transcriptions of notes, undated
Box Folder
6 6 “Scr. (1),” undated
7 “Scr. (2),” undated
Ulysses
Annotations, typescripts
Box Folder
6 8 Telemachus, pp. 2-23, undated
9 Nestor, pp. 24-36, undated
10 Proteus, pp. 37-51 [empty folder]
11 Calypso, pp. 54-70, undated
12 Lotuseaters, pp. 71-86, undated
Box Folder
7 1 Hades, pp. 87-115, undated
2 Eolus, pp. 116-150, undated
3 Lestrygonians, pp. 151-183, undated
4 Scylla and Charybdis, pp. 184-218 [empty folder]
5 Wandering Rocks, pp. 219-255, undated
6 Sirens, pp. 256-291, undated
7 Cyclops, 292-345, undated
8 Nausikaa, pp. 346-382, undated
9 Oxen of the Sun, pp. 383-428, undated
10 Circe, pp. 429-609, undated
Box Folder
8 1 Eumeus, pp. 612-665, undated
2 Ithaca, pp. 666-737, undated
3 Penelope, pp. 738-783, undated
4 Annotations with cross references to Portrait of the Artist as a Young Man, undated
5 Companion text, notes and correspondence, circa 1972-1975
6 Correspondence for sources, 1968-1976
7 Glosses for pages 264-781, undated
Box
42 Homeric references, miscellaneous notes, in red and blue ink, undated
Note cards for unfinished book on Ulysses
Box
36 Pages 1-182, in blue ink, undated
Box
37 Pages 161-382, in blue ink, undated
Box
38 Pages 320-665, in blue ink, undated
Box
39 Pages 429-572, typed and in red ink, undated
Box
40 Pages 572-609, typed and in red ink, undated
Box
47-50 Note cards used by Hans Walter Gabler, in blue, red and green ink, undated
Box Folder
8 8 Notes and sources for songs, undated
Box Folder
9 1 Oxen of the Sun parodies, proposed collection, circa 1968
Box
41 Proto index, notes, undated
Box Folder
9 2 Proposed book on Ulysses, notes, undated
3 Reference materials and some annotations, undated
4 Textual notes from manuscripts at various libraries, undated
5 Transcriptions?, unnumbered binder, undated Multiple works
Multiple works
Box Folder
9 6 Anthology lyrics, undated
7 Dubliners and Exiles, proposed word indexes, undated
8 Lyrics in Finnegans Wake and Ulysses?, undated
9 Maps, undated
10 Pamphlets and photocopies, undated
Box Folder
10 1 Periodicals and lyrics, undated
2-3 Selections from Ulysses and Finnegans Wake for an anthology, circa 1967
Joyce correspondence
Box Folder
10 4 Joyce letter to Frank Budgen, reproduction and negatives, circa 1960
5 Spielberg catalog of Joyce’s correspondence, materials re, circa 1974
Transcriptions
Box Folder
10 6 X. B. 1-101, undated
Box Folder
11 1 X. B. 89-176, undated
2-3 Photocopied Joyce texts, circa 1975
Subseries B. General
Box Folder
11 4 Photocopies of various source texts, undated
5 Photocopies re textual bibliography, undated

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Series II. Works, 1962-1975, undated

Dated
Box Folder
12 1 Untitled note, A Wake Newsletter (AWN), no. 7, November 1962
2 A More Modern Instance, AWN, no. 9, January 1963
3 Untitled note, AWN, no. 9, January 1963
4 Re Article by Thornton Wilder (Litter No. 6), AWN, no. 10, February 1963
5-6 Re Kiswahili Words in Finnegans Wake by Philipp Wolff (Litter No. 8),” AWN, no. 12, April 1963
7 Letter to the Editor of The Times Literary Supplement, May 1963
8 To the Editor of the New York Times, 12 July 1963
9 Finnegans Wake at Large, AWN, no. 15, August 1963
10 Untitled note, AWN, no. 15, August 1963
11 The Isherwood Version,” AWN, no. 15, August 1963
12 I. Music Lesson, AWN, no. 16, September 1963
13 Untitled query, AWN, no. 16, September 1963
14 One and Thirty, AWN, no. 16, September 1963
15 Untitled note, AWN, no. 16, September 1963
16 I Say It’s Spinach--Watch!, AWN, no. 17, November 1963
17-18 Untitled, AWN, no. 18, December 1963
19 Communiqué from the Joyce Camp, circa 1963
20-22 Habemus Dominationus, James Joyce Quarterly (JJQ), vol. 1, no. 2, Winter 1964
23 “More Numbers,” AWN, vol. 1, no. 1, February 1964
24 “Spinach--Addendum,” AWN, vol. 1, no. 2, April 1964
Box
12.25-13.1 Hardest Crux, JJQ, vol. 1, no. 3, Spring 1964
Box Folder
13 2 Untitled vita, JJQ, vol. 1, no. 3, Spring 1964
3 A Mother, AWN, vol. 1, no. 3, June 1964
4 More Numbers--Addendum (WN 1), AWN, vol. 1, no. 3, June 1964
5 One and Thirty--Addendum (WN 16), AWN, vol. 1, no. 3, June 1964
6-7 Ulysses X 2: A New Conversion Table, JJQ, vol. 1, no. 4, Summer 1964
8 Answers, AWN, vol. 1, no. 4, August, 1964
9-10 Notes and Comments, AWN vol. 1, no. 4, August 1964
11 Adam and Eve’s, AWN, vol. 1, no. 4, August 1964
12 A Case of Murphy’s Law, AWN, vol. 1, no. 4, August 1964
13-14 Twenty-one captions for an exhibition in the Joyce Room, Lockwood Memorial Library, Buffalo, celebrating and opening on Bloomsday, 1965
Twelve and a Tilly: Essays on the Occasion of the 25th Anniversary of Finnegans Wake (1965)
Box
13.15--14.1 “Advertisement for the Restoration”
Box Folder
14 2 Blurb, Faber and Faber catalog, Autumn and Winter 1965
3 “Editorial Afterword”
4 Offprints
5 Proofs
6 Reviews
7 “Letter to the Editor,” 9 February 1966
8 “Textual Criticism and James Joyce,” a lecture delivered at Cornell University, 6 December 1966
9 The Week at Cornell, December 4-11, 1966
10-11 “Finnegans Wake 549.11: ‘horrible’,” JJQ, vol. 4, no. 2, Winter 1967
12-13 “To the Editor,” re Connolly and Scribbledehobble, JJQ, vol. 4, no. 2, Winter 1967
Box Folder
15 1-2 “Stately, plump Buck Mulligan’ in Djoytsch,” JJQ, vol. 4, no. 3, Spring 1967
3 “Letter to the Editor,” circa Summer 1967
4-5 “A Note on D. H. Lawrence,” Papers of the Bibliographic Society of America, vol. 6, no. 3, Third Quarter, 1967
6 “In Recognition of William Gaddis: A Note,” Wisconsin Studies in Contemporary Literature, circa 1967
7 “Music Lesson,” A Wake Digest, 1968
8 “A More Modern Instance,” A Wake Digest, 1968
9-11 “Two New Fadographs of James Joyce,” JJQ, vol. 5, no. 2, Winter 1968
12 “Some Notes on the Finnegans Wake Concordance,” JJQ, vol. 5, no. 2, Winter 1968
Box Folder
16 1 “To the Editor of The New York Times,” 20 January 1968
2-3 “To the Editor [of the Spectrum],” 3 March 1968
4 “Dear Queries Editor,” 21 April 1968
5 “Author’s Query,” New York Times Book Review, 27 April 1968
6 JJQ Five-Year Cumulative Bibliography Vol. I-V, 1968
7-8 “A Letter from T. S. Eliot,” JJQ, vol. 6, no. 1, Fall 1968
8 Journals containing “A Letter from T. S. Eliot” 1968
9 “Nomination for Most Ineffable Joyce Bibliographical Entry of 1968,” circa 1969
10 “Letter to the Editor,” re Notes on the Finnegans Wake Concordance, Winter 1968
11-12 American Conference for Irish Studies, “The Text of Ulysses,” 10 May 1969
Second International James Joyce Symposium, Dublin, 10-16 June 1969
Box Folder
16 131 “I should like to make a few corrections of Mr. Higginson’s paper, and a few comments on it...,” 1969
14 Offprints of JJQ Symposium Issue, vol. 6, no. 4, Summer 1969
15 Programs, 1969
16 “The Text of Ulysses,” 13 June 1969
17 “To the Editor of the Irish Times,” 5 July 1969
18 “Garden of Remembrance,” Irish Times, 1969
19 “Two Notes from Mr. Jack P. Dalton, University of South Carolina,” Joycenotes, no. 2, September 1969
20 “The Finnegans Wake Concordance: A Further Note,” JJQ, 1969
21 “Late Historical Events, Again,” AWN, 1969
22 “Rickenbacker’s Collection,” National Review, vol. 24, no. 28, 21 July 1972
Box Folder
17 1 “The Text of Ulysses,” Eire-Ireland: A Journal of Irish Studies, 1972
Fifth International James Joyce Symposium, 16-20 June 1975
Box Folder
17 2 Research notes and materials, 1975
3 “The Case of the Lord Mayors,” 1975
Undated
Box Folder
17 5 All My ?Ears and Betty Martin
5 Canisius College Department of Limericks
6 David Hayman and Mr. Connolly’s Scribbledehobble
7 Editing the Finnegans Wake Notebooks
8 The Good Ship Finnegans Wake
9 The Hole in the Head
Box Folder
17.10-18.1 James Joyce, the Scribbledehobble notebook, and Thomas E. Connolly; A Study in Editing
Box Folder
18 2 Letter to the Editor
3 Letter to the Editor, re Higginson review of A Wake Digest
4 More of Finnegans Wake at Large
5 Out Damned Plagiarism!
6 Oxhousehumper
7-8 Re Philip B. Sullivan
9 Request for Help
10 Scribbledehobble, draft of article refuting the 1961publication
11 Sources: A Cautionary Note
12 Two Joycean Titles
13 Ulysses: A Textual Note
14 A Ulysses Quotation in the Letters
Unidentified
Box Folder
18 15-18 Notes and source work
Box Folder
43-46 Note cards

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Series III. Correspondence, 1963-1975, undated

Box Folder
18 19 Dalton, Sylvia [sister], 1968-1969
20 Eco, Umberto, 1967-1968
21 Faber and Faber, 1964-1966
Box Folder
19 1 General, 1967-1975
2 Glasheen, Adaline, 11 March 1963
3 Re Mrs. Pomeranz, drafts, undated
4 Unidentified, 1969, undated

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Series IV. Works By Others, 1964-1974, undated

Box Folder
19 5 Anderson, Chester G. The Text of James Joyce’s A Portrait of the Artist As a Young Man, Neuphilologische Mitteilungen,” 2 LXV 1964
Cohn, Alan M.
Box Folder
19 5 Douglas Hyde in Ulysses, undated
5 The Spanish Translation of A Portrait of the Artist As a Young Man, Revue de Littérature Comparée, undated
5 Feshbach, Sidney. A Slow and Dark Birth: A Study of the Organization of A Portrait of the Artist as a Young Man, JJQ, vol. 4, no. 4, Summer 1967
5 Gabler, Hans Walter. Toward a Critical Text of James Joyce’s A Portrait of the Artist As a Young Man, Studies in Bibliography, vol. 27, 1974
5 Geckle, George L. Stephen Dedalus as Lapwing: A Symbolic Center of Ulysses, JJQ, vol. 6, no. 2, Winter 1968
5 Herring, Phillip F. Ulysses Notebook VII.A.5 at Buffalo, Studies in Bibliography, vol. 22, 1969
Kain, Richard M.
Box Folder
19 5 The Fabulost Revoyager, JJQ, vol. 1, no. 1, Fall 1963
5 Recent Books--British, Modern Fiction Studies, vol. 18, no. 2, Summer 1972
Link, Viktor
Box Folder
19 5 Möglichkeiten des Erzählers, Mitteilungen der Technischen Universität Carolo- Wilhelmina zu Braunschweig, jahrgang 7, heft 3, 1972
5 Quantitative Methoden zur Stilanalyse von Texten, Mitteilungen der Technischen Universität Carolo-Wilhelmina zu Braunschweig, jahrgang 6, heft 1, 1971
5 Quantitative Methoden zur Stilanalyse von Texten, Mitteilungen der Technischen Universität Carolo-Wilhelmina zu Braunschweig, jahrgang 7, heft 4, 1972
6 Hamlet ou le Distrait, JJQ, vol. 11, no. 2 Winter 1974
Morse, J. Mitchell
Box Folder
19 6 Botanical Note, JJQ, vol. 11, no. 2, Winter 1974
6 Brand Names and Others, The Hudson Review, vol. XXII, no. 2, Summer 1969
6 Peckham, Morse. “Psychology and Literature,” undated
6 Reynolds, Mary T. Joyce’s Planetary Music: His Debt to Dante, Sewanee Review, vol. 76, no. 3, Summer 1968
6 Scholes, Robert E. Some Observations on the Text of Dubliners: The Dead, Studies in Bibliography, vol. 15, 1962
Box Folder
Senn, Fritz
Box Folder
19 6 Ex Ungue Leopold, English Studies, undated
6 Joyce in Translation, JJQ, vol. 4, no. 3, Spring 1967
6 Reading in Progress: Words and Letters in Finnegans Wake, Leuvense Bijdragen, jargang 57, 1968
6 Stone, Harry. ‘Araby’ and the Writing of James Joyce, The Antioch Review, Fall 1965
Box
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 Index of Correspondents 

  • Anderson, Chester G. (University of Minnesota. Dept. of English) (Dalton outgoing only)--6.4
  • Arnoldo Mondadori editore--18.20
  • Asch, Ruth (outgoing only)--15.9
  • Ayton, Maureen (Faber and Faber)--18.21
  • Banta, Melissa--10.5
  • Benedict, John (outgoing only)--10.3
  • Bibliagora--17.2
  • Bond, W. H. (William Henry), 1915-2005 (Houghton Library)--17.1
  • Boroes, Frederick P. (University of South Carolina)--8.6
  • Bourke, Vernon J. (Vernon Joseph), 1907-1998 (St. Louis University. Dept.
  • of Philosophy)--19.1
  • Boyle, Robert R., 1915-1998 (Marquette University)--8.5, 19.1
  • Brady, Aidan (Ireland. Dept. of Agriculture and Fisheries)--8.5, 19.1
  • Bridgwater, Dorothy W. (Yale University. Library)--9.1, 9.7
  • British Museum--18.16
  • Britton, ___ (outgoing only)--19.3
  • Broadbent, M. S. (B. H. Blackwell Ltd.)--9.7, 12.7
  • Brooklyn Botanic Garden--19.1
  • Brown, Malcolm--8.5
  • Burnett, T. A. J. (British Museum. Dept. of Manuscripts)--12.16, 12.22,
  • 17.1
  • Caminos, Ricardo A. (Brown University. Dept. of Egyptology)--8.5
  • Catchpole, G. A. (London Postal Region Post Office)--8.5
  • Crawley, Peter (Faber and Faber)--18.21
  • Dalton, Sylvia--18.19
  • Daniels, William (Southwestern at Memphis)--8.5
  • De la Mare, Richard (Faber and Faber)--16.7
  • De Rothschild, Evelyn--19.1
  • Dembo, L. S. (Wisconsin Studies in Contemporary Literature)--15.6
  • Du Sautoy, Peter (Faber and Faber)--18.21
  • Eco, Umberto (outgoing only)--18.20
  • Eliot, T. S. (Thomas Stearns), 1888-1965--16.7
  • Epstein, Eddie (Southern Illinois University System)--15.6
  • Ertva, ___ (outgoing only)--15.1
  • Evans, Matthew (Faber and Faber)--18.20, 18.21
  • Faber and Faber--16.7, 18.20-21
  • Farley, Miriam S. (Indiana University Press)--17.1
  • Farmer, David R. (Harry Ransom Humanities Research Center)--11.3
  • Farrell, Robert T. (Cornell University. English Dept.)--9.1
  • Flanzig, Jane C. (Mason and Lipscomb)--19.1
  • Frampton, M.--14.10
  • "Frank”--16.9
  • Freyer, Grattan--8.5
  • Gaddis, William, 1922-1998--15.6
  • Gardner, Helen Louise, Dame (University of Oxford)--8.5
  • Gay, ___ (outgoing only)--19.3
  • Gelre, Henk van, 1928---12.19
  • Geraghty, Irene M. (University College, Dublin)--8.5
  • "Giancarlo"(?) (Harvard University. Dept. of Romance Languages and
  • Literatures, Società dantesca italiana)--18.20
  • Gilvarry, James--19.1
  • Glasheen, Adaline--19.2
  • Goad, Rosemary (Faber and Faber)--18.21
  • Greer, Stephen (Marylebone Cricket Club)--19.1
  • Gregory, Tullio (Università di Roma)--19.1
  • Groden, Michael (University of Western Ontario)--8.6
  • Hall, C. M. (British Museum)--17.1
  • Hanson, Christina M. (Yale University. Library)--8.6
  • Harmon, Maurice (Irish University Review)--17.3, 19.1
  • Henchy, P. (National Library of Ireland)--17.2
  • Henon, Alain L. (University of California Press)--9.7
  • Hirth, Mary (University of Texas)--17.1
  • Hodgart, Matthew John Caldwell--8.5, 19.1
  • Hogan, Mary J. (University College, Dublin. Library)--8.5
  • Hunter, Paul (Williams College)--18.5
  • Inness, C. M. (B. H. Blackwell, Ltd.)--12.7
  • Johnson, I. A. (Great Britain. Ministry of Defence)--8.5
  • Jones, Suzanne Porter (Yale University. Library)--9.7
  • Kain, Richard M. (Richard Morgan), 1908-1990 (University of Louisville)
  • -- 14.3
  • Kendler, Bernard "Bernie” (Cornell University Press)--18.20
  • Kenny, Maureen, 1918- (Kennys Bookshop & Art Galleries)--19.1
  • Kersnowski, Frank L., 1934- (Trinity University, San Antonio, Texas)
  • -- 17.1
  • Kirk, Russell--8.5
  • Landress, Sylvia (Zionist Archives and Library, New York, N.Y.)--8.6
  • Langton, Jane (Windsor Castle. Royal Archives)--19.1
  • Leclercq, J. (University of San Francisco)--19.1
  • Lefting, J. G. (Marylebone Cricket Club)--8.5
  • Lesko, Leonard H. (University of California, Berkeley. Dept. of Near
  • Eastern Studies)--8.5
  • Link, Viktor, 1941---19.1
  • Lipscomb, Thomas H. (Mason and Lipscomb, Charter Publishing Company)
  • -- 19.1
  • Longford, Elizabeth, 1906-2002--8.5, 19.1
  • Lucas, A. T. (National Museum of Ireland)--19.1
  • Lucchesi, Nele (Arnoldo Mondadori editore)--18.20
  • Lyon, Judson S.--19.1
  • Magalaner, Marvin, 1920- (City University of New York. City College)
  • -- 12.22
  • Magdelen, Sister, D. C. Prioress (Carmelite Monastery)--19.1
  • Mangouni, Norman, 1932- (State University of New York Press)--9.7
  • Marshall, Jenifer (Jonathan Cape)--9.7
  • Marshall, Ruth (Boston Public Library)--19.1
  • Martin, J. A. (Memo, Ltd.)--17.2
  • McCarthy, Patrick A., 1945- (State University of New York at Birmingham)
  • -- 17.3
  • McKiernan, John Thomas, 1915-2004 (Irish American Cultural Institute,
  • Èire-Ireland)--17.1
  • Mercier, Vivian, 1919-1989--12.22
  • Michalski, Kirsten--19.1
  • Munro-Kerr, Anne (Society of Authors, Great Britain)--12.12, 12.20,
  • 12.22
  • Murphy, Cherry (Radio Éireann)--19.1
  • New York Times--12.8
  • New York Times Book Review--16.5
  • Noël, Jean C. (Université de Haute Bretagne)--8.5
  • Norris, David, 1944- (Trinity College, Dublin)--19.1
  • O’Brien, Frank (Hollins College, American Committee for Irish Studies)--
  • 12.22, 19.1
  • O Hehir, Brendan (University of California, Berkeley. Dept. of English)--
  • 12.22
  • Ó Súilleabháin, Seán--8.5
  • Owen, A. J. (Balliol College, University of Oxford)--19.1
  • Painter, George D. (British Museum. Dept. of Printed Books)--12.12, 15.7
  • Partridge, Eric--9.1
  • Petrocelli, O. R. (Mason and Lipscomb)--8.6, 19.1
  • Platt, S. Phelps, Jr. (Dodd, Mead & Company)--19.1
  • Porter, W. B. (Guinness)--8.6
  • Posner, David (Lockwood Memorial Library)--15.9
  • Ray, Gordon N. (John Simon Guggenheim Memorial Foundation)--9.7
  • Raymond, John H. (Moody Bible Institute)--19.1
  • Rhea, Margaret (Indiana University Press)--17.1
  • Rice, Howard C., Jr. (Princeton University. Library)--8.6
  • Robertson, I. C. (Bertram Rota, Ltd.)--9.7
  • Robinson, Francis, 1910- (Metropolitan Opera, New York, N.Y.)--19.1
  • Rosenberg, Helen (Bibliographical Society of America, University of Texas.
  • Dept. of English)--15.4
  • Rota, Anthony (Bertram Rota, Ltd.)--9.7
  • Roumen, J. W.--19.1
  • Russell, Anna (State University of New York at Buffalo)--17.6
  • Ryder, John (Bodley Head)--8.6
  • Schenoni, Luigi--17.3
  • Schoenberg, Estella (State University of New York at Buffalo)--17.3
  • Scholes, Robert (University of Iowa)--9.7
  • Scott, William A., 1920- (Le Moyne College)--12.22
  • Scovill, F. W. J. (Magdalen College, University of Oxford. Library)
  • -- 19.1
  • Sheenan, Donald (Wisconsin Studies in Contemporary Literature)--15.6
  • Shorthouse, D. (Oriel College, University of Oxford)--19.1
  • Silverman, Oscar A. (Lockwood Memorial Library)--12.5, 12.22, 15.1
  • Simmons, L. R. (Faber and Faber)--18.21
  • Société Jas Hennessy & Co.--8.6
  • Smith, Bridget A. (Worcester College, University of Oxford)--19.1
  • Smith, J. (City of Liverpool Record Office)--8.5
  • Smith, L. R. H. (British Museum)--18.16
  • Stahl, Hans-Peter--19.1
  • Staley, Thomas F. (University of Tulsa)--15.6
  • Stanford, William Bedell (Trinity College, Dublin)--8.6
  • Sternberg, Vernon (Southern Illinois University Press)--9.7
  • Summerfield, Henry (University of Victoria, BC)--8.5
  • Sutherland, Marie (Times Literary Supplement)--12.7
  • Sweeny, Dale (Vanderbilt University)--8.6
  • Tennyson, G. B. (University of California, Los Angeles. Dept. of English)
  • -- 9.1
  • Todd, William B. (Bibliographical Society of America)--15.4
  • Tracy, Robert, 1928- (University of California, Berkeley. Dept. of English)
  • -- 9.1
  • Van Arnam, Dave--12.5
  • Vincent, Robert (St. Martin-in-the-Fields, Church: Westminster, London,
  • England)--18.20
  • Von Phul, Ruth--17.3
  • Watkins, Michael A. (National Review)--16.22
  • Whelan, J. P. (National Union of Mineworkers)--8.5
  • Wortelhock, K. F. (Bass Worthington, Midlands, Ltd.)--19.1
  • Wynne, Marjorie G. (Yale University. Library)--9.1, 9.7, 15.1
  • Young, Perry--9.1
  • Zerbi, Piero--19.1

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