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University of Texas, Harry Ransom Humanities Research Center

Jocelyn Brooke:

An Inventory of His Collection at the Harry Ransom Center



Creator: Brooke, Jocelyn, 1908-1966
Title: Jocelyn Brooke Collection
Dates: 1824-1966
Abstract: Jocelyn Brooke was an English author and naturalist. This collection contains manuscripts, correspondence, and other items, such as notes and family papers.
Call Number: Manuscript Collection MS-0529
Extent: 9 record center cartons and 1 document box (9.42 linear feet), 2 galley files (gf)
Language: English and Italian
Repository: The University of Texas at Austin, Harry Ransom Center

Restrictions

Access:

Open for research. Part or all of this collection is housed off-site and may require up to three business days' notice for access in the Ransom Center's Reading and Viewing Room. Please contact the Center before requesting this material: reference@hrc.utexas.edu.

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Administrative Information

Acquisition:

Purchases, 1964-1970 (R1623, R3096, R4348, R4815)

Processed by:

Betsy Nitsch, Jack Boettcher, and Hagan Barber, 2012

Note:

This finding aid replicates some information previously available only in a card catalog. Please see the explanatory note at the end of this finding aid for information regarding the arrangement of the manuscripts as well as the abbreviations commonly used in descriptions.

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 BAR CODE LIST 

  • Box 1: 059188000067641
  • Box 2: 059188000067652
  • Box 3: 059188000067663
  • Box 4: 059188000067674
  • Box 5: 059188000067685
  • Box 6: 059188000067696
  • Box 7: 059188000067700
  • Box 8: 059188000067710
  • Box 9: 059188000067721
  • Box 10: 059188000067732

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Container List

 

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1.1 [Unidentified essay on Robert Firbank], Tccms/inc with A revisions [5pp], nd.
[Unidentified fragment], Ams/fragment [1p], nd.
[Unidentified] fragment omitted from a novel, Tms [7pp], nd.
[Unidentified fragments], 2 Ams/fragment with A revisions [3pp each], nd. Four pp on verso of discarded Tccms pp. Possibly from Furious and deadly.
[Unidentified narrative], Ams/inc with A revisions [24pp], nd.
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1.2 [Unidentified novel], Ams with A revisions [193pp], c. 1930-31 (?). Central character: Maurice Delahay.
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1.3-4 [Unidentified novel], Ams/inc with A revisions [311pp], nd.
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1.5 [Unidentified novel: Part] Two, Ams/inc with A revisions [61pp], nd.
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1.1 [Unidentified novel re Alexis], Ams/fragment with A revisions [14pp], nd.
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1.6-7 [Unidentified work on modern novelists], A, T, and Tccms/inc with A revisions [388pp], nd. Mostly written on verso of discarded pages of other works.
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1.8 [Untitled essay] for "Poets of the 2nd War," AmsS with A revisions (7pp), TccmsS (3pp), nd. Included with this: A note of explanation.
[Untitled essay on Ronald Firbank], Ams with A revisions [19pp], 1933.
[Untitled] Fragment of a projected journal, Ams with A revisions [4pp], nd.
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1.9 [Untitled novel], Ams/inc with A revisions [210pp], nd.
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1.10 [Untitled novel], Ams/unfinished with A emendations [51pp], c. 1929.
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1.11 [Untitled novel], Ams with A revisions [220pp], c. 1932.
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1.12 [Untitled novel re Alec Detling at Oxford], Ams/unfinished with A revisions [42pp], c. 1929-30.
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1.13 [Untitled novel re Alec Detling at preparatory school], Ams with A revisions [170pp], nd.
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1.15 [Untitled novel re Crothers], Ams/inc with A revisions [121pp plus mutilated pages], nd.
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1.16-17 [Untitled novel re Crothers], Ams/notes [2pp], nd. One p written on verso of dust jacket; other on verso of discarded T page of same novel.
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1.8 [Untitled novel re Crothers], A and Tms with A revisions [321 pp], nd.
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1.18 [Untitled novel re Crothers], Ams/segment with A revisions [57pp], 1956 February 21-23.
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1.14 [Untitled novel re Maurice Campion], Ams/unfinished [43pp], nd.
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1.8 [Untitled novel re Maurice Raglan], Ams/fragment [1p], nd.
[Untitled novel re school life], Ams/notes and outline [9pp], nd. Central character Alec Detling or Maurice Campion.
[Untitled poem] "A little houseless Cocount…", Ams with A emendations [2 pp on 1 l], nd. Written with this: Ams limerick. Written on verso: Discarded Tcc page of essay G. K. Chesterton.
[Untitled poem] "I wish I was this little Jew…", Ams [1p], nd.
[Untitled poem] "If I were not knee-deep in loam…", Ams with A emendations [1p], nd.
[Untitled poem] "Mr. Blizzard…", Ams [1p], nd.
[Untitled poem] "Oh I’d love to get a pob…", Tccms (2pp), nd.
[Untitled poem] "Oh what exactly is a wrog?..." Tccms [1p], nd. Written on verso of discarded Tcc page from review of a novel by Peake.
[Untitled poem] "Once there was a great big Yank…", Ams [1p], nd. Written with this: [Untitled poem] "Once there was a little vulture…" Written on verso of discarded Tcc page from work on Firbank’s novels.
[Untitled poem] "Rain veils the treasures…", Ams/unfinished [1p], nd. Probably start of a sonnet with a rhyme scheme written above this.
[Untitled poem] "Upon Paul’s steeple…", Ams [1p], nd.
[Untitled work on wine], Ams/unfinished with A emendations [26pp], nd.
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2.2 Address to Kent Education Committee Summer School, Tms with A emendations (14 pp), nd.
Afterwards in the library, Tccms/copy with A note I (10pp), 1926.
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2.3, gf 1 Aldous Huxley, Ams/revisions for revised edition (5pp), Tccms S/revisions and bibliography for revised edition [8pp], Galley proofs for original edition [11pp], Page proofs for revised edition [34pp], 1954, 1963. For British Council’s Writers and their work.
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2.2 Aldous Huxley, Ams with A revisions [12pp], TccmsS with A emendations (5pp), nd. For The Listener.
Anthony Powell, Tccms (4pp), nd.
Author’s copy, Tms (5pp), Tccms (5pp), nd.
Autobibliography of an old Dealian, Tccms (24pp), 1940. Bound in paper covers.
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2.4 The bean-feast, Tccms/copy [1p], nd. Stated to be traditional bean pickers’ song.
Beatrix Potter, Tms (5pp), nd.
Below the footnotes, Tms S (4pp), Tccms (4pp), nd.
The birth of a legend, Ams S/first draft with A revisions [6pp], Tccms (4pp), nd.
A birthday ode, Tccms (2pp), nd. Written on verso of discarded Tcc pages of unidentified work.
A birthday ode to my dream gal, Ams/draft with A revisions [4pp], Tccms (2pp), nd.
Blackthorn winter, Tms [19pp], nd.
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2.5 The blanket, Tms (21pp), nd.
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2.4 Bot. lit., AmsS/first draft with A revisions [20pp], TmsS [15pp], nd.
Broadcast: Breakfast at Villamagna, Tccms [11pp], nd.
Broadcast: Calypso’s isle, Tccms S with A emendations (9pp), nd.
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2.6 [Broadcast] Elizabeth Bowen and Jocelyn Brooke, A and Tms/outline draft (8pp), Mimeo/radio script (15pp), 1950 October 3. Dialogue on her novels.
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2.4 Broadcast: Inflated literary reputations, Ams/draft with A revisions [7pp], Tms with A revisions (4pp), Tccms (4pp), nd.
Broadcast: Mountains of Atlantis, Tccms with A emendations (9pp), nd. Original title, The Fortunate Isles, deleted.
[Broadcast] Mournful bells and Mayblobs, Tccms (9pp), Mimeo/radio script with A emendations (9pp), 1956 January 18 [recording].
Broadcast: The Naturalist: Orchids, Mimeo/radio script S with A emendations [12pp], 1950 July 7. Discussion with Geoffrey Grigson and Victor Summerhayes.
[Broadcast: Review of] The complete Ronald Firbank, Ams with A revisions [7pp], nd.
Broadcast: [Review of] The mackerel plaza, Tccms (3pp), nd.
Broadcast talk for "In Britain now," Tccms (3pp), nd.
[Broadcast]: Tea with the Mafia, Tccms/inc with A emendations (7pp), 1953 October 13 [Transmission].
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2.7 The case for the prosecution, TccmsS with few A emendations [230pp], nd.
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2.8 The case for the prosecution, Tccms/inc [148pp], nd. Lawrence and Lorenzo missing.
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2.9 A Christmas ode, Tccms S (2pp), nd.
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2.11 Clouds, Ams with A revisions [184pp in notebook], nd. Bound.
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2.12 Collected poems, Tms with A emendations and printed paste-ins [110pp], nd.
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2.9 [Collected poems], T and Tccms S/inc [10pp], nd. Author’s note and few poems for projected collections.
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2.10 Coming to London, Tms with A emendations (13pp), Tccms (14pp), nd. For London Magazine’s series Coming to London.
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2.9 Company for tea, Tms (2pp), Tccms with A notes (2pp), nd. List of names of verso of Tccms.
Conamur, Tms [1p], nd.
Conamur, Tms S/mutilated with A note [1p], c. 1942.
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2.13-14 [Conventional weapons], T and Tccms with A emendations and printer’s notes [282pp], nd.
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2.15 Conventional weapons, Page proofs with A corrections (192pp), 1961.
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2.17 [Conventional weapons: Notes], Ams/notes [52pp in notebook], nd. Written with these: Notes on Proust fragment of first draft of Furious and deadly. Bound.
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2.16 [Conventional weapons: Notes], Ams/notes [3pp in notebook], nd. Bound.
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2.18-19 [Conventional weapons] The facts and the fiction, Tms with A emendations [385pp], nd.
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2.20-21 [Conventional weapons] The name of Greene, Ams with A revisions [593pp], 1959 September 10 [at end].
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2.9 Cursed hebenon, Tccms (3pp), nd.
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3.1 Death and the maiden, Tms S [12pp], Tccms S [12pp], nd.
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3.2 December spring, Proof copy with A corrections and emendations [74pp], 1946. Bound.
Denton Welch, Ams/fragment with A emendations [1p], nd.
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3.3 [Denton Welch: a selection from his published works]: Introduction, 1 Ams/notes [10pp], 1 Ams/draft with A revisions [48pp], 2 Tccmss [27pp each], nd.
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3.4 Denton Welch: Extracts from his published books, Proof copy with A emendations and corrections [287pp], 1963. Bound.
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3.2 [Denton Welch: Extracts from his published books]: Introduction, Tms with A emendations (27pp), nd.
[Denton Welch: Extracts from his published books: Proposed contents], 1 Ams/notes [3pp], 3 T and Tccms/lists [8pp], nd.
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3.5 The deserter, Tms with A emendations [264pp], 1946 February 8 (Bishopsbourne) [at end]. Unpublished.
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3.6 The deserter, Tccms/inc with A emendations [161pp], nd. Pp 1-16, 116-133, 135-261.
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3.2 [Diary of trips to Switzerland], AmsS [23pp in notebook], nd. Bound.
[The Dog at Clambercrown], Ams/notes [1p], nd. Written on front of printed pamphlet.
The D[og] at C[lambercrown], Ams/notes [2pp on 1 l], nd. For novel, not book published under this title.
The Dog at Clambercrown, Ams S/fragment with A emendations and note [2pp], nd. "Introductory passage…omitted in final version."
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3.7-8 The Dog at Clambercrown, Tms with A emendations [480pp], nd.
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gf 2 The Dog at Clambercrown, Galley proofs with A corrections (81pp), nd.
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5.5 The Dog at Clambercrown, Ams/notes and drafts [56pp], [c. 1949]. Included in notebook of prose drafts.
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3.9 The Dog at Clambercrown, Proof copy with A corrections (256pp), 1955. Bound.
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3.10 The Dog at Clambercrown, Ams/inc/notes and drafts [2 notebooks], 1948. Written with these: Notes, drafts, etc. of other items. Bound.
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3.2 Du côté de chez Prufrock, Tms with A emendations [9pp], nd.
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3.11 Elegy on maladjusted flea, Tccms (2pp), nd.
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3.11, gf 1 Elizabeth Bowen, Tms S with A emendations [39pp], Galley proofs [13pp], 1952. For the British Council’s Writers and their work series.
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3.11 The facts of life, Tccms (2pp), nd. Written on verso of discarded pages of other works.
The family magazine, Ams S/unfinished [4pp], 1920 January.
The farmer, Tms [1p], nd.
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3.12 Far-off things: a reminiscence of John Ireland, Ams with A revisions (9pp), Tms S/inc with A revisions (8pp), Tccms S (11pp), Tccms/inc (8pp), 1965 April [publication]. For London Magazine.
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3.11 A female Trollope?, Ams with A revisions (17pp), Tms S (16pp), nd. Original title, Thirkell observed, deleted.
Firbank, Arthur Anesley Ronald, Tccms S/draft [1p], Tccms (1p), nd. For Encyclopedia Britannica.
Flux, page proofs/inc [32pp], 1928 February.
[Fragments], Ams/fragment [2pp], Tccms/fragment [1pp], nd.
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gf 1 From Wauchop to Widmerpool, Galley proofs [2pp], nd. For London Magazine.
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3.15-16 Furious and deadly, Ams S with A revisions and few Tcc pages [559pp], 1960 July 1 [at end]. Unpublished. Written on verso of discarded pages of The Dog at Clambercrown, Conventional weapons, Elizabeth Bowen, The Scapegoat and reviews.
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3.13 Furious and deadly, Tms with A emendations [271pp], nd. Unpublished.
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3.14 Furious and deadly, Tccms with few emendations [approx. 275pp], nd.
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3.11 Furious and deadly (Talk on poisonous plants), Tccms [10pp], 1950 June 21.
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4.1 Geography of the house, Tms (6pp), nd.
The ghost orchid, Ams/draft with A revisions [8pp], Tccms (7pp), [1966 (publication in The Scotsman)].
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4.4-7 The green valley, Ams with A emendations [722pp on loose leaves and in 4 notebooks], 1925 September 6 (Bishopbourne) [at end]. Unpublished.
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4.1 The hills near Folkstone, 5 Tmss [2pp. each], 2 Tccmss [2pp. each], nd.
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4.2 The house under the cliff, Tms with A emendations and notes [150pp.], 1946 December 1 (Bishopsbourne) [at end], Unpublished.
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4.3 [The house under the cliff], Tccms/inc [146 pp.], nd, Unpublished.
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4.1 Huxley, Aldous Leonard, Ams/draft with A revisions [3pp.], Tccms (1p.), nd, For Encyclopedia Britannica.
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4.9-10 The image of a drawn sword, A and Tccms S with A revisions [242pp.], 1948 November 4 (Bishopbourne) [at end], First title the deserter.
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4.8 In Greenwich Park, AmsS [1p.], C.1928-29.
Inexpressible ghastliness, Tccms (5pp.), nd.
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4.11 In memoriam: Sebastian Tromp, 1 TmsS with A revisions (7pp), 1 TMS (5pp), 2 Tccms (5pp, 17pp), nd.
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4.8 Interim report: a journal with digressions, Ams/fragment with A revisions [2pp.], nd, "Fragments of unwritten book."
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4.12 Interim report: a journal with digressions, A, T, and Tccms/unfinished with A revisions [37pp.], nd.
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4.13 John Betjeman, AmsS/draft with A revisions [21pp.], TccmsS with A revisions [10pp.], nd. For tape-recording for the British Council.
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4.14 John Betjeman, Ams/draft with A revisions [46pp], Tccms [24pp.], 1961 September 28.
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4.13 Joyce, Ams with A emendations [6pp.], nd.
L and non-L, Tms (5pp.), nd.
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4.15 The ladies of Valmouth, A and Tms with A revisions [34pp.], Tccms [25pp.], nd. Radio play.
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4.13 Lament after a cocktail party, Tccms [2pp.], nd.
Landscape with figures, Tms [3pp.], 1944 March.
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4.16 Letter from an A.R.P. Worker, Tms S [11pp.], Tccms S [11pp.], nd.
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4.13 Lines suggested by Edward Lear’s "Incident in the life of my uncle Arly", Tms (2pp.), nd.
Lines written in dejection after a vist to Betteshanger, Tccms (3pp.), nd.
A living language (?), Tccms S (10pp.), nd.
Lost weekend, Tms (6pp.), Tccms (6pp.), nd.
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4.17 Maids of Kent, Tms S [5pp.], nd.
Memories of a war, Tccms (2pp.), 1945 July 3 (Ancona).
Mice and vice, Tccms [2pp.], nd.
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4.18 The military orchid, A, T, and Tccms with A revisions [162pp.], 1946 August 2 (Bishopsbourne) [at end].
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4.19 A mine of serpents, Ams S with A revisions [260pp.], 1947 July 1 [at end].
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4.20 A mine of serpents, Proof copy with A corrections [252pp.], 1949, Bound.
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4.17 Misurata, Tms [1p.], nd.
Mother Goose at Bishopsbourne, Tccms S with A drafts [5pp.], nd.
Mother Goose at Bishopsbourne, being further moral verses….Tccms S (2pp.), nd.
My pipe-dream, Tccms with A emendations (2pp.), nd. First page on verso of Tcc first page of earlier version.
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5.1 A new British species of Marsh orchis by B.J. Brooke and Francis Rose, Tccms [4pp.], nd.
Nice for the Kiddies, Tms (4pp), Tccms (4pp.), nd.
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5.2 The nineteen-forties, AmsS with A revisions and notes [28pp.], Tccms with A revisions [16pp.], Tccms S with A revisions [21pp.], nd. Proposed television program. Earlier drafts titled the forties and the Shadow of Cain.
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5.3 No smears on Sunday, Tms/inc with A emendations [242pp.], nd. Unpublished.
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5.4 No smears on Sunday, Tccms/inc with A emendations [251pp.], nd. Unpublished.
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5.1 A note on Desmond MacCarthy, Ams with A revisions [11pp.], Tms S (7pp.), nd. Unpublished.
A note on Desmond MacCarthy, Tccms (7pp), nd.
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5.1, gf 1 A note on Proust’s translators, Ams/notes [1p.], T and Tccms with A emendations (9pp.), Galley proofs S with A corrections [3pp.], nd.
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5.1 [Notebook of juvenile nature poetry], Ams [3pp.], nd. Bound.
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5.5 [Notebook of prose draft], AmsS/drafts with A revisions [75pp.], [c.1949], Contents: Drafts and notes for Valmouth revisited, Inexpressible ghastliness, The Day at Clambercrown, the taste of human flesh. Bound.
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5.1 [Notebook of student essays and poems], AmsS with A revisions and A critical notes by instructor [44pp.], nd. Loosely laid in: 2 pencil sketches. Bound.
[Notebook of unnatural natural history poems], AmsS with watercolor illustrations [14pp.], nd. Bound.
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5.6 [Notebook of botanical and entomological illustrations], 10 notebooks of watercolors and pencil sketches with legends [approx. 95pp.], nd. Juvenilia.
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5.1 A not-so eminent Victorian, Tms [5pp.], nd.
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5.1, gf 1 The novels of Edward Sackville-West: An appreciation, Tccms with A emendations (16pp.), Galley proofs with A corrections (3pp.), nd.
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5.1 The novels of Ronald Firbank, TmsS with A emendations [8pp.], TccmsS with A emendations [8pp.], nd.
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5.7 Ode to a grass-snake, Tccms (3pp.), nd.
An old East-Kent alphabette (specially re-written for the Kiddiz), A and Tccms [2pp.], nd. Written on verso of discarded Tcc pages of article for Adam.
On re-reading a Glastonbury romance, TccmsS (18pp), nd. For the London Magazine.
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gf 1 On re-reading a Glastonbury romance, TccmsS (18pp.), Galley proofs [3pp.], nd. For the London Magazine.
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5.8 On re-reading Women in love, Tms (40pp), nd.
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5.7 On re-reading Women in love [early version], Ams with A revisions [26pp.], nd.
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5.9 On re-reading Women in love [later version], A and Tccms/workings [52pp.], TmsS with A emendations (35pp.), TccmsS with A emendations (35pp.), nd.
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5.7 On seeing an ancient hip-bath cruelly abandoned in the Nailbourne, Tccms (2pp.), nd.
An Oxford novelist of the forties, Tccms, [28pp.], nd.
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5.10 Party line, Tms with A emendations (5pp.), Tccms (5pp.), nd.
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5.11 The passing of a hero, Tms (170pp.), nd.
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5.7 Plotsmanship, AmsS with A revisions [18pp.], TccmsS (19pp.), nd.
Poem addressed in a mood of dejection to Mrs. J. Prestige…Tccms (3pp.), nd.
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5.12 Poems written from September 1942-, Ams/notebook [134pp.], 1942-1945, Bound.
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5.15 Private View, T and Tccms with A revisions and with A printer’s notes [234pp], nd.
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5.7 [Private View: Gerald Brockhurst], 3 Tms/fragments [1p. each], nd.
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5.13 [Private View]: Gerald Brockhurst, A and Tccms with A revisions [227pp.], 1954 June 13 [at end].
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5.7 [Private View: Kurt Schlegel], Tms/fragment [1p.], Tccms/fragment with A revisions [1p.], Tccms/fragment [1p.], 2 nd, 1946 November 14 (Bishopsbourne).
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5.14 [Private View]: Miss Wimpole, Tms (31pp.), nd.
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5.7 Proust and Joyce: The case for The prosecution, Printed version S with A corrections [62pp. in issue of Adam}, 1961, Bound.
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5.16 A Pyrrhic victory ?, Ams with A revisions [42pp.], TccmsS with A revisions (14pp.), nd. For London Magazine. Original title the decline of pornography.
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5.17 Quai du Mont-Blanc, Tccms (7pp.), [1935], Unpublished.
The queen of the river, Ams [1p], nd. Childhood poem. With this: Botanical drawing on verso and beginning of the King of the woods at bottom.
The quest for Crothers, AmsS/notes and unfinished fragment [14pp.], nd.
Queue, Tms (2pp), 1942 October.
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5.18 [Reader’s report on], The Golden angel by Elliott Coleman, Ams with A emendations [3pp.], nd.
Reading matter, Tccms (5pp.), nd. For Time and Tide.
Report from the interior, Tms (7pp.), TccmsS [6pp.], Tccms (7pp.), Tccms/inc with A revisions [3pp.], nd. Some Tcc pages on verso of discarded Tcc pages. Unpublished.
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5.19 Re-readability, 1 Ams with A revisions [8pp.], 1 Ams/notes [4pp.], 1 Tms with A Revisions (5pp.), 2 Tccmss (5pp., 4pp.), 1 T and Tccms/fragments [9pp.], nd.
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5.18 Result of No. 1348, Tccms (4pp.), nd.
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7.11 Retrospect, Ams [1p], nd. Written with Written in an examination.
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6.4 [Review of] A child possessed by R.C. Hutchinson [and three other novels], Ams with A revisions [11pp.], TccmsS (4pp.), nd.
[Review of] A door fell shut by Martha Albrand; The novel computer by Robert Escarpit; The young and the pity by Kathleen J. Smith, Ams/draft S with A revisions [9pp], Tccms S [8pp], nd. For the Scotsman.
[Review of] A house in order by Nigel Dennis; The village by Thomas Hinde; A flight of steps by Robert Nicholson; The lie by Alberto Moravia, Ams/draft with A revisions [12pp], Tccms [9pp], nd.
[Review of] A life of one’s own by Gerald Brenan, Ams/notes [2pp. on 1l], Ams with A revisions [5pp.], Tccms (3pp.).
[Review of] A precocious autobiography by Yevgeny Yevtushenko, 1 Ams/notes [2pp. on 1l], 1 Ams with A revisions [3pp.], 1 Tms [1p.], 2 Tccmss [1p. each], nd.
[Review of] A sense of reality by Graham Greene [and four other novels], Ams/notes and drafts with A revisions [25pp.], Tccms (5pp.), nd.
[Review of A stroll to Syracuse by J.G. Seume and other books on Italian travel], Ams/notes and drafts I with A revisions [12pp.], TccmsS with A emendations (5pp.), 1965 January 1, For the Listener.
[Review of] A terrible freedom by Eric Linklater; Westward lies heaven by Petru Dumitriu; The decline of the west by David Cante, Ams/draft S with A revisions [13pp], TccmsS [8pp], nd. For the Scotsman.
[Review of] Aldous Huxley by John Atkins and The Vanishing hero by Sean O’Faolain, Tccms (5pp.), nd.
[Review of] Ambrosia and small beer by Chistopher Hassall, Ams with A revisions [7pp.], TccmsS (3pp.), nd. For Times Literary Supplement.
[Review of] An introduction to the South African orchids by E.A.C.L.E. Schelpe, Ams/draft with A emendations [1p], nd.
[Review of] An object for a walk by Robert Liddell; The house party by David Walder; Death on the hind legs by John Wain, Ams/draft S with A revisions [12pp], TccmsS [10pp], nd. For the Scotsman.
[Review of] An unofficial rose by Iris Murdoch [and four other books], Ams/notes [3pp], Ams with A revisions [13pp], Tccms (4pp), nd. For Times bookpage.
[Review of] As if she were mine by Alex Hamilton [and four other novels], Ams with A revisions [7pp.], Tccms (4pp.), nd. For Times bookpage.
[Review of] Atlas of the British flora, edited by F.H. Perring and S.M. Walters, AmsS/inc with A revisions (3pp), TccmsS with A emendations (3pp), nd.
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6.5 [Review of] Basil Seal rides again by Evelyn Waugh [and four other novels], Ams/notes and drafts [28pp], Tccms with A emendations (5pp), nd.
[Review of] Beginning again by Leonard Woolf, Ams with A revisions [8pp], Tccms with A emendations (3pp), nd.
[Review of] Bosie by Rupert Croft-Cooke, Tccms [1p.], nd.
[Review of] Browing to his American friends edited by Gertrude Reese Hudson; The bow and the lyre by Roma A. King, Jr., Ams with A revisions [10pp], TccmsS [9pp], nd. For the Scotsman.
[Review of] Collected essays by Virginia Woolf, 2 vols., Ams/draft with A revisions [12pp], Tccms (4pp), nd.
[Review of] Conrad’s Eastern world by Norman Sherry, AmsS with A revisions [8pp.], TccmsS [7pp.], nd.
[Review of] Cork Street, next to The hatters by Pamela Hansford Johnson [and four other novels], Ams with A revisions [15pp.], TmsS with A revisions (5pp.), Tccms with A revisions (5pp.), [1965 September].
[Review of] Dead loss by Rhona Petrie; The unicorn girl by Caroline Glyn; The green shade by Robin Maugham, Ams/draft S with A revisions [10pp], Tccms S [8pp], nd. For the Scotsman.
[Review of] Death, grief and mourning in contemporary Britain by Geoffrey Gover, Ams with A revisions [9pp], TccmsS with A emendations (3pp.), nd. For the Listener.
[Review of] Debussy: His life and mind, Vol. 2, by Edward Lockspeiser, Ams with A revisions (8pp), TccmsS with A emendations (3pp), nd. For the Listener.
[Review of] Despair by Vladimir Nabokov; All day Saturday by Colin MacInnes; Lord Malmquist and Mr. Moon by Tom Stoppard, Ams/draft S with A revisions [15pp], Tccms S [8pp], nd. For the Scotsman.
[Review of] Down to hope by Ernest Frost [and four other books], Ams with A revisions [28pp], Tccms (5pp), nd.
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6.6 [Review of] Fail-Safe by Eugene Burdick and Harvey Wheeler [and five other novels], Tccms (4pp), nd. For Times book page.
[Review of] Fanfrolisco and after by Jack Lindsay, Ams with A revisions [4pp], Tccms (3pp), nd.
[Review of] Fay’s third book by Gerald Fay, Ams S with A revisions [7pp], Tccms S (3pp), nd. For Times Literary Supplement.
[Review of] Floral art by S.H. Paviere, Ams with A revisions [3pp], TccmsS [6pp], nd. For The Scotsman.
[Review of] Friends and heroes by Olivia Manning [and three other novels], Ams with A revisions [13pp], Tms/fragment with A revisions [2pp], TccmsS with A emendations (4pp), [1965 November].
[Review of] Games of chance by Thomas Hinde [and three other books], AmsS with A revisions [19pp], TccmsS (5pp), [1965 October].
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6.7 [Review of] Going to the river by Constantine Fitzgibbon [and four other novels], Ams/notes and drafts with A revisions [45pp], Tccms (5pp), nd.
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6.6 [Review of] Gurdjeiff by Louis Pauwels, Ams with A revisions [3pp], Tccms S [1p], nd.
[Review of] Honey to the bears by Anthony Burgess [and five other novels], Ams/inc with A revisions [12pp], Tccms (5pp), nd.
[Review of] In praise of older women by Stephen Vizinezey; Rusty by Jessamy Morrison; Caliban’s wooing by Victor Price, Ams/draft S with A revisions [11pp], Tccms S [9pp], nd. For the Scotsman.
[Review of] It never gets dark all night b William Hayward [and four other novels], Ams with A revisions [16pp], Tccms (4pp), nd.
[Review of] It’s late by my watch by Ernest Frost; Summer storm by Cesare Pavese; The eye by Vladimir Nabokov’ Birds in the belfry by Lawrence Payne, Ams/draft with A revisions [10pp], Tccms [8pp], nd.
[Review of] Letters in his biographers by T.E. Lawrence, TccmsS [1p], nd.
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6.8 [Review of] Mallarme by Guy Michaud, Ams/draft S with A revisions [6pp], TccmsS [7pp], nd.
[Review of] Marcel Proust: A biography, Volume 2, by George D. Painter, Ams with A revisions [9pp], Tccms with A emendations (4pp), nd.
[Review of] March has horse’s ears by Robert Nye, TccmsS with A emendations [9pp], nd. For The Scotsman.
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6.8, gf 1 [Review of] Memories by Desmond MacCarthy, Tccms (3pp), Galley proof [1p], [1953].
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6.8 [Review of] Men at work by Honor Tracy; The time of the agnels by Iris Murdoch; Sanctuary by Frank Swinnerton, Ams/draft S with A revisions [12pp], TccmsS [9pp], nd. For the Scotsman.
[Review of] Mr. Gillray the caricaturist by Draper Hill, Ams with A revisions [9pp], Tccms S [9pp], 1965 May 13 [publication]. For the Scotsman.
[Review of] Mithras, the secret god, by M.J. Vermaseren, Ams with A revisions [4pp], Tccms [1p], nd.
[Review of] Molokai by O.A. Bushnell [and four other books], Ams with A revisions [13pp], TccmsS with A emendations (4pp), 1964 March 8, For Times book page.
[Review of] Mushrooms and other fungi by H. Kleijn, Ams/notes [3pp], Ams with A revisions (3pp), Tccms (3pp), nd.
[Review of] My life and times: Octave one, 1883-1891, by Compton Mackenzie, Tccms (5pp), nd.
[Review of] My life and times: Octave two, 1891-1900, by Compton Mackenzie, Ams/notes [2pp on 1l], Ams with A revisions [5pp], TccmsS (3pp), nd.
[Review of] My life and times: Octave three, 1900-1907, by Compton Mackenzie, AmsS with A revisions [10pp], TccmsS (4pp), nd.
[Review of] My life and times: Octave four, 1907-1915, by Compton Mackenzie, Ams/notes [4pp], Ams with A revisions (8pp), TccmsS (3pp), 1965 June 24, For Times Literary Supplement.
[Review of]: Natural history drawings in the India office library Wilfred Archer, Ams [2pp on l1], Tccms [1p], 2 nd.
[Review of]: Night and silence who is here? by Pamela Hansford Johnson etc., Tccms [4pp], nd.
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6.9 [Review of]: of flowers and a village by Wilfrid Blunt, Ams/notes [3pp on 2ll], Ams/draft [6pp], Tccms [2pp], 3 nd.
[Review of]: Old lamps for new by Harold Acton, Going to meet the man by James Balwin, etc., AmsS [13pp on 6ll], TccmsS [4pp], nd, 1965.
[Review of]: One of our brethren by Ernest Raymond, etc., Tccms [5pp], nd.
[Review of]: Orchids by Charles H. Curtis, Tccms [4pp], 1950.
[Review of] Park by John Gray, Ams with A revisions (5pp), TccmsS [7pp], nd. For the Scotsman.
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gf 1 [Review of] Pierced hearts and true love by Hanns Ebenstein, Galley proof [1p], nd.
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6.9 [Review of] Previous convictions by Cyril Connolly, Ams/drafts/inc with A revisions [1p], Ams/draft S with A revisions [5pp], TccmsS [1p], nd.
[Review of] Proust’s binoculars by Roger Shattuck, Ams with A revisions [7pp], TccmsS (3pp), nd.
[Review of] Psychoanalysis observed, edited by Charles Rycroft, Ams/draft S with A revisions [5pp], Tccms S [6pp], nd. For the Scotsman.
[Review of] Report to Greco by Nikos Kazant-Zakis [and three other novels], TccmsS (4pp), [1965 November].
[Review of] Rosie Hogarth by Alexander Baron [and two other novels], Tccms with A revisions (6pp), nd.
[Review of] Scenes of Edwardian life by Sir Charles Petrie, Ams/notes [1p], Ams with A revisions (9pp), TccmsS [10pp], 1965 June 10 [publication].
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6.10 [Review of] Seven by five by H.E. Bates [and three other books], 1 Ams/notes [6pp], 1 Ams/draft with A revisions [13pp], 1 Tms with A revisions (5pp), 1 Tms/inc with A emendations (2pp), 2 Tccmss (5pp each), 1 Tccms/inc (2pp), nd.
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6.9 [Review of] Shadows in Arcady by Sir William Russell Flint, Ams with A emendations [4pp], Tccms [5pp], nd.
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6.11 [Review of] Taken care of by Edith Sitwell, Ams with A revisions (7pp), TccmsS (3pp), nd. For the Listener.
[Review of] Taliesin by Robert Nye; The book of three by Lloyd Alexander, Ams/draft with A revisions [4pp], TccmsS [5pp], nd. For the Scotsman.
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6.12 [Review of] The act of creation by Arthur Koestler, Ams with A revisions [7pp], TccmsS (3pp), nd. For Punch.
[Review of] The bender by Paul Scott [and four other novels], Ams/drafts and notes with A revisions [19pp], Tccms (5pp), nd.
[Review of] The betrayal by L.P. Hartley; A circle of friends by Julian Mitchell; The man who was magic by Paul Gallico, Ams/draft S with A revisions [11pp], TccmsS [9pp], nd. For the Scotsman.
[Review of] The boyfriend by Sandy Wilson, Tccms with A revisions [4pp], nd. For punch.
[Review of] The cave and the mountain by Wilfred Stone, Ams with A revisions [12pp], TccmsS [13pp], nd. For the Scotsman.
[Review of] The charms of love by Edward S. Gifford, TccmsS [1p], nd.
[Review of] The Chelsea way, or Marcel in England: A Prousteau parody by Andre Maurois, Ams/draft S with A revisions [5pp], Tccms (2pp), nd.
[Review of] The concise British flora in colour by W. Keele Martin], AmsS with A revisions [8pp], Tccms [10pp], nd.
[Review of] The corrida at San Felin by Paul Scott [and three other novels], AmsS/notes and drafts with A revisions [14pp], TccmsS (4pp), nd. For the Spectator.
[Review of] The Cretan by Elisabeth Ayrton [and five other novels], Ams with A revisions [18pp], Tms/fragment [1p], Tccms (5pp), Tccms/fragment (1pp), nd.
[Review of] The death of Achilles by Victor Price [and four other novels], Ams/notes and drafts with A revisions [14pp], Tccms (5pp), nd.
[Review of] The Dickens theatre by Robert Garis, Ams with A revisions [10pp], TccmsS [10pp], 1965 April 29 [publication].
[Review of The emptiness of the plains by Siegf1ried Stander and four other novels], Ams with A revisions [18pp.], Tccms (5pp), nd.
[Review of] The finishing touch by Brigid Brophy [and three other novels], Ams with A revisions [19pp], Tccms S with A emendations (5pp), nd.
[Review of] The flesh is strong by Dianne Doubtfire; Tony by Patrick Dennis; Choice cuts by Thomas Boileau and Pierre Narcejac; The wanton princess by Dennis Wheatley, Ams/draft with A revisions [13pp], TccmsS [9pp], nd. For the Scotsman.
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6.13 [Review of] The girls of Slender means by Muriel Spark [and four other novels], Ams with A revisions [24pp], TccmsS (5pp), nd.
[Review of] The house of words by Lovat Diekson, Ams/notes and draft with A revisions [5pp], Tccms (3pp), nd.
[Review of] The jewel in the crown by Paul Scott; Rochelle or Virtue rewarded by David Slavitt; Bird on the wing by Max Catto, Ams/draft S with A revisions [10pp], Tccms S [8pp], nd. For the Scotsman.
[Review of] The key to my heart by V.S. Pritchett, Ninety double martinis by Thomas Hinde [and four other books], Ams with A revisions [25pp], Tccms with A emendations (5pp), nd.
[Review of] The last of spring by Rupert Croft-Cooke, Ams/notes and draft S with A revisions [8pp], TccmsS (3pp), nd.
[Review of] The letters of Richard Brinsley, Sheridan, 3 vols., edited by Cecil Price; The collected works of J.M. Synge, Vol. II, edited by Alan Price, Ams/draft S with A revisions [4pp], TccmsS [6pp], nd.
[Review of] The lightning that struck me by Roderick Milton [and two other novels], Tccms with A emendations (5pp), nd.
[Review of] The little Ottleys by Ada Leverson, Ams/notes [1p], Ams with A revisions [7pp], Tccms (4pp), nd. For Times Literary Supplement.
[Review of] The magical dilemma of Victor Newberg by Jean Overton Fuller, Ams with A revisions [10pp], Tccms S [12pp], nd.
[Review of] The Mandelbaum Gate by Muriel Spark [and three other novels], Ams with A revisions [16pp], Tccms (5pp), [1965].
[Review of] The Oxford book of flowerless plants by F.H. Brightman and B.E. Nicholson; An introduction to the South African orchids by E.A.C.L.E. Schelpe, Ams/drafts with A revisions [3pp], TccmsS [5pp], nd. For the Scotsman.
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6.14 [Review of] The perfect fool by Roy Fuller [and three other novels], Ams/notes [9pp], Ams with A revisions [13pp], Tccms with A emendations (5pp), nd.
[Review of] The sabre squadron by Simon Raven; Committal chamber by Russell Braddon; The cage by Andrea Newman; Salt is leaving by J.B. Priestley, Ams/draft with A revisions [16pp], Tccms [9pp], nd.
[Review of] The soldier’s art by Anthony Powell; The strange affair by Bernard Toms; Femmes fatales by Claude Mauriac, Ams/draft with A revisions [13pp], TccmsS [9pp], nd. For the Scotsman.
[Review of] The Sphinx and her circle by Violet Wyndham, Ams/fragment [2pp on 1l], Tccms (2pp), nd.
[Review of] The spoilt city by Olivia Manning [and five other novels], Tccms (4pp), nd.
[Review of] The stories of William Sanson [and five other books], Ams/draft/inc with A revisions [20pp], Tms/fragment [1p], Tccms (5pp), nd.
[Review of] The transfer by Silvano Ceccherino; Reunion by John Green; The Margravine by Leslie Hiscott, Ams/draft S with A revisions [9pp], Tccms S [7pp], nd. For the Scotsman.
[Review of] The Viceroys by Frederico de Roberto [and three other novels], Ams with A revisions [9pp], Tccms (4pp), nd. For Times book page.
[Review of] The view of France by Christophe Campos, Ams with A revisions (10pp), Tccms [10pp], 1965 March 25 [publication]. For the Scotsman.
[Review of] The world of flowers, edited by Herbert Reisigl, AmsS with A revisions [6pp], TccmsS (2pp), [1965].
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6.11 [Review of] 338171 T.E. (Lawrence of Arabia) by Victoria Ocampo, Tccms [1p], nd.
[Review of] Tradition and dream by Walter Allen, AmsS with A revisions [6pp], TccmsS with A emendations (3pp), nd.
[Review of] Traveller’s trio by Robert Gathorne-Hardy, Ams with A revisions [8pp], Tccms (2pp), nd.
[Review of] Trial at Monomoy by John Masters [and three other novels], Ams with A revisions [13pp], Tccms (4pp), nd.
[Review of] Trio by Patrick D. Wall; I start counting by Audrey Erskine Lindop; Dracula’s guest by Bram Stoker, Ams/draft S with A revisions [10pp], Tccms S [8pp], nd.
[Review of] Tropic of Cancer by Henry Miller [and four other novels], Ams/inc with A revisions [12pp], Tccms (5pp), nd.
[Review of] Valparaiso by F.R.E. Nicolas [and three other novels], Ams with A revisions [12pp], TccmsS (4pp), nd.
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5.18 [Review of miscellaneous books], Ams/notes and drafts with A revisions [32pp], nd.
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6.1 Ronald Firbank, AmsS with A revisions and few Tcc paste-ins [195pp], 1948 December 18 (Bishopsbourne) [at end].
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6.2 Ronald Firbank, Ams with A revisions [48pp], Tccms [24pp], [c.1962]. Published as part of Ronald Firbank and John Betjeman in Writers and Their work series.
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6.3, gf 1 Ronald Firbank and John Betjeman, Tms with A revisions [51pp], Galley proofs [14pp], 1962, For British Council’s Writers and Their Works series.
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6.15 The scapegoat, Tms (226pp), 1962 May 12 [at end].
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6.16 The scapegoat [earlier version], Ams/miscellaneous pages with A revisions [approx. 240pp], 1945-1946.
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6.17 The scapegoat [earlier version], TmsS [82pp], 1946 December 19 [at end].
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gf 1 The scapegoat [extract from earlier version], Galley proofs [6pp], nd. For New Writing and Daylight.
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6.18 [The scapegoat (later version)], Ams/workings [approx. 275 pp in notebook and on loose sheets], nd.
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6.19 [The scapegoat (later version)], T and Tccms/fragments with A emendations [approx. 70pp], 1962 March 4 [date on one fragment].
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7.1 The scapegoat [later version], Tms with A emendations [230pp], 1962 March 5 (Bishopsbourne) [at end].
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7.2 The scapegoat [later version], Tccms with A emendations [230pp], 1962 March 5 (Bishopsbourne) [at end].
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7.3 The scapegoat [later version], Tccms with A emendations and note [226pp], 1962 May 12 [at end], Chaps. 8 and 9 rewritten.
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7.4 The scapegoat [later version], Tccms with A note S [226pp], 1962 May 12 [at end].
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7.5 Sea song, Ams/draft with A emendations [1p], nd. Written on last page of botanical specimen book, dated 1923 Summer. Bound.
The sequel to Howard’s end, Ams with A revisions [4pp], Tms with A revisions [3pp], 2 Tccms [3pp each], nd.
The Serpent in Eden, AmsS with A revisions (18pp), Tccms with A note S and A emendations (11pp), nd. For anthology on pets edited by Neville Braybooke.
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7.7 Shepherd’s Hey, Ams with A revisions [241pp], nd.
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7.6 Shepherd’s Hey, Tms with A emendations (196pp), nd.
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7.5 Silver age, Tccms with A revisions (5pp), nd.
Six poems, Page proofs [8pp], 1928 June.
The snob tradition, Tccms with A emendations (6pp), nd.
The soldier and the lady, 2 Tccmss with A emendations (13pp each), nd.
The soldier in literature, Tms with A emendations (18pp), nd.
"Some melody of words continues on…" Ams/draft with A revision [9pp], Tccms (9pp), nd.
Some notes on The genus Dactylorchis in Ireland by R.G. and J.B., AmsS with A revisions [40pp], nd. R.G. probably Robert Gathrone-Hardy For Proceedings of the Botanical Society of the British Isles, One page written on verso of discarded…
Some notes on The genus (card 2)…TLS A.M. Heath and Company Limited to Brooke, 1964 July 6.
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7.8 Something about a war, Tms/inc [49pp], Tccms [63pp], nd. Included with these: Tms and Tccms copies of August, poem from This work.
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7.5 [Speech of introduction for Pamela Hansford Johnson], Ams/draft with A revisions [2pp], nd.
The spoken word, Tccms with A emendations (5pp), nd.
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7.9-10 Surplus Men, Tccms [463pp], nd. Unpublished.
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7.11 Talk to Oxford Poetry Society, Tms with A revisions (7pp), 1953 October 20.
The taste of human flesh, Tms (7pp), Tccms (7pp), TccmsS/inc [4pp], nd.
A trip to Galway, TccmsS with A emendations [20pp], nd. Signature deleted.
Valmouth revisited, Tccms (6pp), nd.
Who’s who, Tms (5pp), nd.
Wild orchids in Britain, Tms with A revisions [9pp], nd. Bound in paper covers.
The woe-waters, Tccms with A emendations (2pp), nd. "3-minute talk for 'Today'".
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gf 1 Wogs begin at Calais, Galley proofs [2pp], nd.
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7.12 [The wonderful summer] The mysterious orchid, Ams with A revisions [213pp], nd.
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7.11 The world of Ronald Firbank, Tms/inc [10pp], nd. Excisions from 2pp. Written on verso of last page: Ams/draft/fragment.
Written in an examination, Ams [2pp], nd. Written with this: Retrospect Ams [1p] no date.
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gf 1 The wrong side of the blanket, Galley proofs (2pp), nd. For the London Magazine.
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7.11 Ye tales from St. Michael’s, Ams [17pp], nd. Boyhood Magazine.
Yet further rhymes…TccmsS (2pp), nd. Title incomplete by mutilation, Written on verso of p.2: Ams/workings for other rhymes.
Young writer, Tccms with A revisions (5pp), Tccms (5pp), nd.
The zone of death, Ams/notes and drafts with A revisions [30pp in notebook], nd. Libretto for proposed one-act opera. Written with this: translation of poem by Francis Jammes. Bound.

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Letters

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7.13 TccL to [unidentified editor], nd.
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7.14 22 ALS, 1 AL / inc. to Bone, [Gavin David], 9 inc d., 1938-1941.
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7.13 Al / copy to Bone, Sir Muirhead, 1943 March 10.
2 ALS, 3 ALI, 2 APCI to Brooke, Henry [1925-1935]
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8.1-2 [Letters to Brooke, May], 12 ALS, 38 ALI, 1 ALI / photostat, 1 AL, 7 APCS, 45 PC, 3 Telegrams, 89 nd, 8 inc d, 1935-1958.
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8.3-6 [Letters to Brooke, May and Emily G. Ford], 51 ALS, 148 ALI, 10 ALI / photostats, 1 TLS, 2 TLI, 1 TL, 34 nd, 19 inc d, [1942-1957].
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7.13 10 ALI, 3 ALI / photostats to Curling, J[onathan], H.E., 1 nd, 1 inc d, 1942-1943.
AL / draft to Firbank, [Thomas], nd.
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7.15 [Letters to Ford, Emily G.], 2 ALS, 6 ALI, 1 ALI / photostat, 4 APCS, 14 APCI, 1 APC, 16 nd, 6 inc d, [1942-1958].
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7.13 2 TLS to Gamble, [Peter], 1953 June 4, 1953 July 13.
2 ALS, 3 TLS to King, Francis [Henry], 1949 April 5, 1951 September 12, 1965 February 4, 1965 February 11, 1965 February 19.
ALS to Pullen, Ada, 1942 December 12.
TccLS to The Editor of the Times, nd.
3 ALS, 12 ALI to Urmston, Evelyn, 4 nd, 1 inc. d, 1942-1944.
2 ALS to Urmston, John, ___ August 26, 1942 January 17.

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Recipients

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8.7 [Unidentified author], AL / inc to [Jocelyn Brooke] Bernard, 1930 May 30.
[Unidentified author], 2 ALS to Jocelyn [Brooke], 1952 September 6, 1952 September 30.
[Unidentified author], TL / copy to Jocelyn Brooke, 1952 October 12.
[Unidentified author], TLS to Jocelyn Brooke, 1953 October 22, in Italian.
[Unidentified author], TL "C" to Jocelyn Brooke, nd.
[Unidentified author], ALS "Carlo" to Jocelyn Brooke "Bernardo", ___ November 19.
[Unidentified author], APCS Daniel to Jocelyn Brooke, 1960 February 25.
[Unidentified author], Birthday card S Dolly to Jocelyn Brooke, nd.
[Unidentified author], ALS "Eddie" to Jocelyn Brooke, 1957 July 24.
[Unidentified author], APCS Elizabeth, ___ May 17.
[Unidentified author], 3 ALS Gueltiero, 1947 June 26, 1947 July 10, 1947 August 25, in Italian.
[Unidentified author], ALS to Harold, 1962 September 4.
[Unidentified author], TLI J.v.D. to [Jocelyn] Brooke, 1957 October 30.
[Unidentified author], TLS John and family, 1964 August 23.
[Unidentified author], ALS Loraine, 1932 March 14.
[Unidentified author], ALS Mary re death of Jonathan Curling, ___ December 10.
[Unidentified author], ALS Norah, nd.
[Unidentified author], ALS Robert, 1950 August 20.
[Unidentified author], 3 ALS, 1 TLS, 1 APCS Ronald E., September 24, December 17, December 28, 1951 January 9, 1951 August 6.
[Unidentified author], ALS Selby, ___ June 2.
[Unidentified author], 2 ALS Tony, nd, 1932 May 8.
[Unidentified author], ALI V., 1966 October 5.
[Unidentified author], APCI Y. to Jocelyn Brooke, 1964 September 28.
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8.8 Ackerley, Joe Randolph, 2 ALS, 1965 September 7, 1965 September 26.
Acton, Harold, 2 ALS, 1961 August 14, 1965 December 2.
Allen, Walter, TLS, 1953 February 12.
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8.9 Asquith, Lady Cynthia [Mary Evelyn Charteris], Letters to Jocelyn Brooke, 17 ALS, 1 ALI, 1 TLS, 2 APCS, 2 APCI, 1 APC, 1 nd, 1 inc d, 1952-1957.
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8.8 The Atlantic Monthly, TLS, 1953 September 29.
Ayrton, Elizabeth, ALS 1963 September 3.
Baxter, Walter, 1 ALS , 2 TLS, 1951 December 20, 1952 January 2, 1952 January 29.
Beachcroft, Thomas O., 2 ALS, 1951 October 29, 1963 November 4.
Behrman, Samuel Nathaniel, TLS, 1952 June 15.
Bell, Mary, TLS, ___ January 15.
Bellasis, Margaret, 2 ALS, 1 TLS, 1955 November 20, 1955 November 23, 1956 February 8.
Berensen, Bernhard, ALS, 1952 July 15.
Betjeman, Sir John, ALS, 1950 October 16.
Blakiston, Noel, ALS, 1955 October 29.
Bligh, Eric Walter, ALS, TLS, 1961 February 11, 1961 February 19.
Bone, Gavin [David], 11 ALS, 1 APCI, 2 nd, 9 inc d, 1939 February 10.
Bone, Gertrude [Helena (Dodd)], Lady, Christmas card, 1939.
Bone, Sir Muirhead, 16 ALS, 1 nd, 1942-1953.
Bone, Stephen, 4 ALS to [Jocelyn Brooke] Bernard, 1 nd, ____ December 11, 1947 January 2, 1947 June 11.
Bowen, Elizabeth, 4 ALS, 3 TLS, 1 inc d, 1949-1952.
Bowen, Elizabeth, 4 ALS, 3 TLS, 1 inc d, 1949-1952.
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8.10 Braine, John, TLS to Jocelyn Brooke, 1959 December 1.
The British Broadcasting Corporation, ALS Julian, 1950 February 21.
The British Council, 4 TLS Oliver Warner to Jocelyn Brooke, 1951 October 17, 1961 August 4, 1962 September 25, 1962 October 12.
British Museum (Natural History), 4 TLS, 1 FLS, 1938 December 12, 1939 June 2, 1939 Juenn 16, 1940 May 23, 1942 July 10.
Brock, Alan, 3 ALS, 1949 September 26, 1949 October 25, 1949 November 7.
Brooke, Jocelyn, ALS, ___ February 18.
[Brooke, May], ALS, APCI, Easter card to J[ocelyn] Brooke, 1942 July 10, 1957 Easter, 1963 April 22.
Brooke, Peter, 2 ALS, 1956 January 21, 1956 February 5.
Brown, Richard Blake, ALS, TLS, 1952 April 8, 1952 April 12.
Browning, F. R., ALS, 1957 April 28.
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8.11 Bryher, Winifred, 5 ALS, 70 TLS, 1 TL / inc, 2 APCS to Jocelyn Brooke, 4 nd, 1 inc d, 1949-1965.
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8.10 Bryher, Winifred, 6 TLS, 1962-1966.
Buckeley-Johnson, Vivian, TLS to Jocelyn Brooke, 1956 March 22.
Bunting, Daniel George, APCS to Jocelyn Brooke, 1952 September 27.
Burch, Mrs. M. P., TLS, 1956 April 11.
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8.12 Caetani, Princess Marguerite, 2 ALS, ___ [January 1], February 17.
Calder-Marshall, Arthur, 3 ALS, ___ September 12, ___ September 13, ___ November 6.
Campbell, Roy, ALS, nd.
Campbell-Hornfull, Archie, ALS, 1930 March 24.
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8.13 Cecil, Lord David, 4 ALS, 1 AL / copy, 10 TLS, 1 APCS to Jocelyn Brooke, 5 nd, 1949-1956.
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8.12 Chanvel, Jean, Invitation, 1956 July 11 [date of reception].
Chapman & Hall, Ltd., TLS, 1962 June 29.
Charlton, Lionel Evelyn Oswald, TLS, __ April 20.
Chatto & Windus Ltd., FN, c. 1963 April 25.
Church, Richard, ALS, 1963 February 7.
Clubbe, John, ALS, 1962 June 20.
Clubbe, John, ALS, 1962 September 28.
Conolly, Cyril, 4 ALS, 1 Telegram, 3 nd, 1952 January 22, 1954 April 8.
Copley, Ian Alfred, ALS, ___ September 24.
Cranbrook, Dorothy [(Boyle) Gathorne-Hardy], Countess, 2 ALS, June 19.
Cranston, Maurice, ALS, 1952 July 7.
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8.14 Curling Jonathan,[Letters to Jocelyn Brooke], 5 ALS, 1 ALS / inc, 3 ALI, 1 AL / inc, 1 TL, 2 APCI, 7 nd, 4 inc d, 1945-1961.
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8.12 Currey, Ralph Nixon, ALS, 1964 October 6.
Curtler, M. Stuart, ALS, 1957 July 21.
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8.15 Dawkins, Richard M[acgillivray], 5 TLS to [Jocelyn] Brooke, nd, ___ March 28, 1949 February 25, 1949 March 3, 1949 April 23.
Denson, Alan, 2 TLS, 1956 July 2, 1956 July 8.
Dobree, Bonamy, 9 TLS, 1 nd, 1961.
Doolittle, Hilda, 2 TLI, 1 ANI, nd, __ January 16, ___ July 1.
Drummond, Katherine, TL, 1938 August 11.
Duckworth Gerald and Co. Ltd., ALS horder (Director), 1961 August 11.
Duff, Lady [Gladys Mary] Juliet [(Lowther)], TLS, ANS, nd.
Du Maurier, Daphne, TLS, 1957 January 28.
Duncan, Ronald Frederick Henry, ALS, 1954 May 10.
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8.16 Edwards, Beryl, 2 Christmas cards, nd.
Faber and Faber Limited, TLS Charles Monteith, 1960 July 29.
Foley, Edmund G., 2 ALS, 1956 March 6, 1956 September 5.
Forbes Alastair, 2 ALS to [Jocelyn] Brooke, ___ May 23, ___ May 28.
Forster, E[dward] M[organ], 3 ALS, 2 APCI, 1951 November 11, 1951 November 15, 1952 January 19, 1952 January 26, 1960 December 23.
Fowler, Laurence, ANI, 1953 November.
Frost, Ernest, 1 ALS, 3 TLS, 1963 June 19, 1963 September 1, 1963 September 9, 1963 September 18.
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8.18 Gathorne-Hardy, Hon. Robert, 33 ALS, 6 APCS, 1 nd, 1948-1965.
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8.17 Gibbons, Bobby (Tokes), ALS, 1954 July 16.
Glover, Edward, ALS, 1952 January 1.
Godfery, M.J., 5 ALS, 1938 August 27, 1938 September 1, 1938 September 17, 1938 September 23, 1938 October 11.
Gorer, Geoffrey, 1 ALS, 8 TLS, 1951-1963.
Gorer, Richard, TLS "Pablo Picasso", ___ November 1.
Gt. Brit. Ministry of Housing and Local Government, TLS, 1957 August 19.
Green, Henry [pseud.], FLS, nd.
Grindea, Miron, 1 ALS, 1 AL, 2 TLS, nd, __ October 26, 1960 September 9, 1960 September 15.
Hamboring, Sonia, 3 ALS, 1931 October 20, 1932 February 12, 1932 March 8.
Hamilton, Hamish, TLS, 1952 July 4.
Hammond, M.R., ALS, 1938 September 26.
Hamnett, Nina, 3 ALS, nd, 1947 February 24, 1947 September 27.
The Hand and Flower Press, APCI, 1956 August 15.
Hartley, Leslie [Poles], 3 ALS, 1 ANS, nd, 1949 November 23, 1950 January 2, 1966 September 30.
Hayward, John, 2 TLS, 1956 January 13, 1956 January 21.
Heath, A.M. & Company Ltd., 7 TLS, 1946-1962.
Heath, A.M. & Company Ltd., 2 TLS, 1961 November 7, 1962 May 29.
[Heppenstall], Rayner, APCS, 1961 April 12 [postmark].
Herbert, Gwen, ALS, ___ May 6.
Heron, Albert, 6 ALS, 1 APCS, 6 nd, [1933] November 8.
Hudson, Derek, ALS, 1951 October 10.
Hyams, Edward, ALS, nd.
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8.19 Ireland, John, 22 ALS, 1 Christmas card, 1957-1959.
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8.17 Isherwood, Christopher, APCS, [1952] January 29.
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8.20 Jell, James, ALS, 1953 December 10.
Jennings, H.L.C., ALS, 1956 April 25.
Jennings, Paul [Francis], TLS, 1956 October 26.
John, Augustus [Edwin], 2 ALS, 1949 February 1, 1949 February 16.
Johnson, Pamela Hansford, 2 ALS, 1958 March 31, 1965 October 4.
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8.21 Kapp, Yvonne (Mayer)], 1 ALS, 1 ALI, 15 TLS, 1 TLI, 2 APCI Yvonne [Cloud], 1965-1966.
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8.20 King, Francis [Henry], 2 ALS, 2 TLS, __ February 9, ___ February 18, ___ July 8, 1951 August 30.
Kininmonth, Christopher, 4 ALS, 1956 January 27, 1956 February 6, 1956 April 24, 1956 July 24.
Kitchin, Clifford H[enry] B[enn], 5 TLS, 1961 April 14, 1961 April 23, 1961 May 6, 1961 June 4, 1961 June 12.
Knight, J.T.H., 2 ALS, 1958 May 20, 1959 October 31.
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8.22 Lehmann, John, 12 ALS, 3 TLS, 1 APCS, 3 APCI to Jocelyn Brooke, 1946-1962.
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8.20 [Leng], Kyrle, ALS to Jocelyn [Brooke], 1957 May 20.
Liddell, Robert, ALS to Jocelyn Brooke, 1959 July 29.
Linklater, Eric, TLS to [Jocelyn] Brooke, 1966 September 11.
The Listener, 1 TLS, 8 ANS Anthony Twaite (Literary Editor) to Jocelyn Brooke, 1 nd, 1962-1963.
Lister, Charles, ALS to [Jocelyn] Brooke, 1965 August 15.
Lister, Dudley, 2 ALS to [Jocelyn] Brooke, 1931 January 10, 1933 January 29.
ALS to Jocelyn Brooke [1958] September 7.
Lot, Germaine, TLS to Jocelyn Brooke, 1961 August 26. In French. Enclosed with this: Poem by her.
Lot, Germaine, 3 TLS to Jocelyn Brooke, 1961 September 22, 1961 October 3, 1961 October 26. In French.
Lousley, J.E., TLS to [Jocelyn] Brooke, 1948 May 9.
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8.23 MacCarthy, Sir Desmond, [Letters to Jocelyn Brooke], 5 ALS, 1 AL/copy, 2 TLS, 1 TLI, 2 APCS, 2 TPCS, 1 TPCI, 3 nd, 1948-1951.
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8.24 MacCarthy, Mary [Warre-Cornish)], 18 ALS, 2 ALI, 1 APCS, 3 APCI, 1 APC to Jocelyn Brooke, 4 nd, 5 inc d, 1949-1953.
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8.23 Macaulay, Dame Rose, 3 ALS, 1 APCI to Jocelyn Brooke, 1951 November 10, 1952 October 20, 1955 December 25, 1955 December 31.
Macdonald, Isobel, TLS to [Jocelyn] Brooke, 1949 May 8.
MacLimmhoir, Michael, ALS to Jocelyn Brooke, 1950 June 2.
[Macpherson], Kenneth, ALS, TLS to Jocelyn Brooke, 1956 August 18, 1956 October 19.
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8.25 [Manning], Olivia, 4 ALS, 24 TLS, 1 APCS to Jocelyn Brooke, 5 nd, 3 inc d, 1953-1964.
[Manning], Olivia, 3 TLS to Jocelyn [Brooke], nd, 1965 May 6, 1965 June 23.
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8.23 Marshall, Bruce, ALS to Jocelyn Brooke, 1963 April 22.
Mason W. Heppell, ALS to [Jocelyn] Brooke], 1954 December 3.
Maxwell, Gavin, 1 ALS, 2 TLS to Jocelyn Brooke, nd. 1956 April 25, 1956 May 16.
Mayer, Therese Tony, ALS to [Jocelyn Brooke], 1961 January 12. In French.
The Month, ALS Philip Caraman to [Jocelyn] Brooke, 1951 June 10.
Moore, Reginald, TLS to Jocelyn Brooke, 1942 September 3.
Mortimer, Raymond, 4 TLS, 1 APCS, 1 APCI to Jocelyn Brooke, 1953-1961.
Moses, Pearl, 3 ALS, 1 AL, 1 APCS to Jocelyn Brooke, 2 nd, 1961 March 12, 1962 May 11, 1962 May 14. Enclosure with AL.
Moses, Pearl, ALS to [Jocelyn] Brooke, 1962 June 20.
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9.1 New Statesman and Nation, 1 ALS, 3 TLS to Jocelyn Brooke, nd. 1951 August 13, 1956 January 3, 1956 January 17.
Nicolson, Sir Harold [George], TLS to [Jocelyn] Brooke, 1950 October 17.
[Oliver], Eric, 2 ALS to Jocelyn [Brooke], nd. 1952 April 25.
Opie, Iona (Archibald), APCS to Jocelyn Brooke, 1956 Febraury 1.
Orwell, George, TLS to J[ocelyn] Brooke, 1946 January 2.
Oxford. University. Trinity College, TLS, FL to J[ocelyn] Brooke, 1925 October 12, 1927 January.
Oxford. University. Worcester College, TccL, FLS to [Jocelyn] Brooke, 1927 June 2.
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9.2 Palmer, Marshall, ALS to [Jocelyn] Brooke, 1962 March 10.
Papazian, Haig [P.], ALS to Jocelyn Brooke, 1951 December 4.
Parry, Idris F., ALS to Jocelyn Brooke, 1963 September 14.
[Parsons], Clere, ALS to Jocelyn [Brooke], 1930 April 3.
Partridge, Frances [Chamberlain], 2 ALS to [Jocelyn] Brooke, 1961 November 23, 1961 November 30.
Pearce, Mary, ALS to [Jocelyn] Brooke, 1956 April 6.
Pearson, Hesketh, TLS to Jocelyn Brooke, 1949 March 22.
Pearson, Norman Holmes, 4 TLS to Jocelyn Brooke, 1963 May 26, 1963 July 13, 1965 August 13, 1965 August 30.
Peppercorn, Doris, Christmas card to [Jocelyn Brooke], nd.
Percy, Esme, 4 ALS, 1 APCS to Jocelyn Brooke, 1949 March 9, 1949 March 26, 1955 April 5, 1955 April 22, 1955 April 27.
Phelps, Gilbert, TLS to [Jocelyn] Brooke, 1963 June 29.
Pickford, Arthur, TLS to Jocelyn Brooke, [c.1952] May 21.
Pine, Edward, ALS to [Jocelyn] Brooke, ____September 24.
Plomer, William [Charles Franklyn], ALS to Jocelyn Brooke, 1958 May 16.
Pope, Peter [Searson], 2 ALS to Jocelyn [Brooke], 1947 March 1, 1947 March 24.
Potts, Robert A, 2 ALS to [Jocelyn] Brooke, 1955 September 16, 1955 October 4.
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9.3 Powell, Anthony, 6 ALS, 20 TLS, 1 TL, 14 APCS, 1 APCI to Jocelyn Brooke, 1953-1965.
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9.2 [Powell, Anthony], APCS "Tony" to Jocelyn Brooke, 1966 September 21.
Powell, Lady Violet [Georgiana], 2 ALS, 1 ALI, 1 ANS, 1 Christmas card to Jocelyn Brooke, 3 nd, 1956 June 14, 1964 June 25.
Pryce-Jones, Alan, TLS to Jocelyn [Brooke], nd.
Pudney, John, 2 ALS, 5 TLS to Jocelyn Brooke, 2 nd, 1 inc d, 1951-1956.
Pugsley, H[erbert] W[illiam] ALS to [Jocelyn] Brooke, 1946 October 10.
Rasdall, Ernest [H.], ALS to Jocelyn Brooke, 1957 April 8.
Read, Sir Herbert [Edward], TLS to [Jocelyn] Brooke, 1952 April 11.
Rogers, A.L., 2 ALS to Jocelyn [Brooke], 1931 December 8, [1932] January 1 [misdated 1931].
[Rose, Sir] Francis [Cyril], bart., ALS, TLS to [Jocelyn Brooke] Bernard, 1955 December 5, 1956 April 29.
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9.5 Sackville-West, Edward [Charles], baron, [Letters to Jocelyn Brooke], 44 ALS, 1 ALI, 1 TLS, 1 APCS, 5 APCI, 2 Christmas cards, 4 nd, 1949-[1962].
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9.4 Sackville-West, Hon. V[ictoria Mary], 3 ALS, 3 TLS to Jocelyn Brooke, 1950-1958.
Sadleir, Michael, TLS to Jocelyn Brooke, 1947 February 16.
Sage, Wally, ALS to [Jocelyn Brooke] Bernard, 1947 April 15.
The St. John Ambulance Brigade, FL to J[ocelyn] Brooke, 1940 April 29.
Salin, Paul, ALS to [Jocelyn] Brooke, 1958 October 15.
Salin, Paul, TLS to [Jocelyn] Brooke, 1965 August 28.
S[ansom] W[illiam], ALS, APCI to J[ocelyn] Brooke, 1956 September 29, 1956 December 3 [postmark].
Schafer, Brenhilda, ALS to [Jocelyn Brooke], 1956 February 1.
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9.6 Schlesinger, Julius, 10 ALS to J[ocelyn] Brooke, 8 nd, 1946-[1952], Original of Kurt Schlegel.
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9.4 Scott-Sutherland, Colin, ALS, TLS to [Jocelyn] Brooke, 1961 September 10, [1961] [September 30. Included with these: Anecdotes re Dr. John Ireland. Tms [1p].
Searight, Kenneth, ALS to Jocelyn [Brooke], 1951 January 7.
Sitwell, Dame Edith, ALS to Jocelyn Brooke, 1953 July 9.
Sitwell, Sir Osbert, 1 ALS, 3 TLS, 1 FPC to Jocelyn Brooke, nd, 1949 March 21, 1950 September 5, 1963 March 19, 1965 January 13. Included with one TLS: TLS from Sitwell’s secretary.
Sotheby & Co., FLS to Jocelyn Brooke, 1962 July 5.
Spalding, P[hilip] A[nthony], 2 TLS to [Jocelyn] Brooke, 1961 October 10, 1961 October 17.
Spender, Stephen, 4 ALS, 2 TLS to Jocelyn Brooke, 5 inc d, 1953 November 5.
Stephenson, Anthony [A.], TLS to [Jocelyn] Brooke, 1963 March 21. Enclosed with this: To Denton Welch T copy of poem by Stephenson.
[Stonor, Oliver], 3 ALS Morchard Bishop [pseud.] to Jocelyn Brooke, 1952 April 22, 1952 April 28, 1952 May 3.
Summerhayes, Victor S., 6 ALS, 1 TLS to J[ocelyn] Brooke, 1956-1964.
Symons, Julian, 2 TLS to [Jocelyn] Brooke, 1963 July 4, 1963 July 8.
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9.7 Tahourdin, C[harles] B[aynard], ALS to [Jocelyn Brooke], 1938 September 29.
The Times Literary Supplement, 2 FN to Jocelyn Brooke, nd.
Tomkinson, Cyril E., 2 TLS to Jocelyn [Brooke], ____ December 30, 1953 February 23.
Toynbee, Philip, APCS to Jocelyn Brooke, 1961 August 11.
[Trevelyan], Julian, 4 ALS to Jocelyn Brooke, nd, ____ January 11, 1956 November 25, 1957 August 5.
Trevelyan, Raleigh, ALS to [Jocelyn] Brooke, ____ August 15.
Usborne, Richard [A.], 2 TLS, 1 APCS to Jocelyn Brooke, ____ April 8, ____ April 12, [1964] April 17.
The Vanguard Press, TLS Evelyn Shrifte to Jocelyn Brooke, 1957 March 21.
Vernon, C.C., ALS to [Jocelyn] Brooke, 1936 July 29.
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9.8 [Walker-Smith], Derek, 3 ALS to Jocelyn [Brooke], nd, 1929 September 10, 1932 March 20.
Waller, Robert [F.], ALS to Jocelyn Brooke, ____ June 21.
Warner, Rex, ALS to Jocelyn [Brooke], 1953 June 25.
Warren, Frank, ALS to Jocelyn Brooke, 1956 February 8.
Wessson, R[obert] Gordon, TLS to Jocelyn Brooke, 1963 January 2.
Waterfield, R. E., ALS to [Jocelyn] Brooke, 1956 January 30.
Watt (A. P.) & Son, 3 TLS to Jocelyn Brooke, 1958 June 9, 1958 August 7, 1958 August 12.
Waugh, Evelyn, ALS to Jocelyn Brooke, 1961 February 18.
West, Dame Rebecca, pseudo., 2 TLS to [Jocelyn] Brooke, 1962 August 2, 1962 August 10.
Whitley, Alvin, TLS to Jocelyn Brooke, 1951 October 14.
[Wilson], Angus, 2 ALS to Jocelyn Brooke, nd, 1955 October 26 [postmark].
[Wilson, John Anthony Burgess], TLS, APCS Anthony Burgess [pseudo.] to Jocelyn Brooke, 1963 May 13, 1965 [postmark].
Wilson, Sandy, 2 TLS, 1 APCS to Jocelyn Brooke, 1954 March 24, 1955 April 25 [postmark], 1959 November 8.
Wilson, Sandy, TLS to Jocelyn Brooke, 1965 March 9.
Wilson, Nan [Brinton], ALS to Brooke, Jocelyn, 1956 July 29.
Woolf, Stanley, 2 ALS to [Jocelyn] Brooke, 1962 January 26, 1962 February 5.
Young, Andrew, 2 ALS to Jocelyn Brooke, 1952 June 27, 1952 July 3.
Young, D. P., 3 TLS to [Jocelyn] Brooke, 1946 November 5, 1946 November 19, 1951 April 27.

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9.9 [Unidentified author], Birthday card to [Unidentified recipient], nd.
[Unidentified author], [Copies of Bible verses], Ams / copies [1p], nd.
[Unidentified author], [Criticism of unidentified juvenile novel by Jocelyn Brooke], Ams [2pp], nd.
[Unidentified author], [Criticism of] The green valley [by Jocelyn Brooke], Ams (5pp), nd.
[Unidentified author], Denton Welch, Tccms (4pp), nd.
[Unidentified author], [Genealogical charts], Amss [9 pp], nd.
[Unidentified author], Illustration facing p. 6,942 (from the Memoirs of Dane Jocelyn Brooke), Tms [1p], nd.
[Unidentified author], [Instructions for making fireworks], Ams [2pp in notebook], nd.
[Unidentified author], Mr. Jonathan Curling [obituary], Hectograph [1p], nd.
[Unidentified author], Receipt for J[ocelyn] Brooke, 1940 May 6.
[Unidentified author], Report on the passing of a hero by Jocelyn Brooke, Tms [2pp], nd.
[Unidentified author], TccL / copy / inc to [unidentified recipient], nd.
[Unidentified author], AL, ANS to [unidentified recipient] "Mother", nd.
[Unidentified author], AN to [Unidentified recipient] "Nurse", nd.
[Unidentified author], ALS to [Brooke, Charlotte (Hewlett)] "Lotty", January 6.
[Unidentified author], ALS to [Brooke, Charlotte] (Hewlett) "Lotty" ___ March 6.
[Unidentified author], AL / inc to Brooke, [Charlotte (Hewlett)], "Lottie", 1865 march 9.
[Unidentified author], AL / mutilated fragment with envelope to Brooke, John, 1856 November 29 [postmark]
[Unidentified author], ALS to [Brooke, John], [1877 December].
[Unidentified author], ALS to Brooke, [John], 1877 December 9.
[Unidentified author], ALS to Brooke, [John], 1877 December 16.
[Unidentified author], Get-well card to [Brooke, May], nd.
[Unidentified author], APCI to Brooke, Mrs. H., 1940 August 22 [postmark]
[Unidentified author], APCI, APC to Fagg, Mrs., 1909 July 14, 1927 September 13.
[Unidentified author], ALS to Ada to [Blake, Gertrude (Turner)] "Gertie", nd.
[Unidentified author], ALS Augusta to [Brooke, John], 1877 December 18.
[Unidentified author], ALS Bessie to [Blake], Gertrude [(Turner)], nd.
[Unidentified author], APCS "Edie" to Blake, Miss, 1907 April 19.
[Unidentified author], ALS Frank to [Blake], Alan, nd.
[Unidentified author], APCI N. to Fagg, Mrs., 1911 October 5 [postmark].
[Unidentified author], PC to Mrs. Brigden [?], nd.
[Unidentified author], 3 APCS Peter to Brooke, [May], 1954 August 16 [postmark], [1954] August 17, [1955] July 28.
[Unidentified author], ALS Thomas to [Brooke], Charlotte [(Hewlett)], 1865 January 2.
[Unidentified authors], [Fragments], Ams / list [1 p], Tms / quotation [1 p], nd.
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9.10 Andrews, John B., ALS to Brooke, John, 1877 December 8.
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gf 1 Annat, K., Letter to [editor of unidentified periodical], Galley proof [1p], nd.
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9.10 Bean, T. E., TccL / copy to [unidentified recipient], nd.
Bedales School, Reports for J[ocelyn] Brooke, 2 Forms with A entries [1p each], 1927.
Belebet, Rebecca, ALS to [Brooke, Charlotte] (Hewlett) "Lotty", [1865] March 6.
Blake, Gertrude (Turner), Confirmation certificate, 1871 May.
Blake, Gertrude [(Turner)], 2 ALS to Blake, Edgar F., March 6, 1894 February 25.
Blake, Joseph S., ALS to [Blake, ____], ___ August 1.
Bone, Sir Muirhead, [Notes], Ams / notes [2pp on 1l], nd.
Bosanquet, Claude, ALS to Brooke, [John], ___ December 10.
Bowles, Marie, 3 ALS to Brooke, [John], 2 nd, ___ December 10.
Bowles, Robert L[eamon], ALS to Brooke, John, 1878 January 12.
Brasier, Constance, ALS, APCS to Brooke, May, 1954 September 3 [postmark], 1958 May 11.
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9.11 Brooke, Annie, 2 ALS to Brooke, John, nd, 1877 December 7.
Brooke, Cecil Henry Martin, [Invoice], AmsS [1p], nd.
Brooke, Charlotte Hewlett, ALS to [Brooke, John], ___ October 18.
Brooke, Charlotte Hewlett, ALS "Mother" to [Brooke, Hewlett], ___ July 17.
Brooke, Eliza Anne, 2 ALS to [Brooke, John] "Uncle", nd, 1878 May 16.
Brooke, Henry, Birth certificate (copy), Printed DS [1p], 1885 August 27.
Brooke, Henry, ALS to [Brooke, John] "Papa", 1878 January 27.
Brooke, Henry, AN to [Brooke, May], 1907 Christmas.
Brooke, J. H., ALS to [Brooke], John, 1863 January 9.
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9.13 Brooke, Jocelyn, [Addresses and appointments], 2 Ams / notebooks [approx. 160pp], 1932, 1949.
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9.14 Brooke, Jocelyn, [Army papers], T, mimeo and printed documents and forms [10 items], 1947-1953.
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9.12 Brooke, Jocelyn, [Botanical notes], Ams / notes [1p], nd.
[Brooke, Jocelyn], [Fragments], 3 Ams / fragments [1p each], nd.
Brooke, Jocelyn, Memorandum of agreement with Barrie (James) Publishers Limited re Private View, TDS (3pp), 1954 August 6.
Brooke, Jocelyn, Memorandum of agreement with Barrie (James) Publishers Limited re Sicily, TDS (3pp), 1952 November 14.
Brooke, Jocelyn, Memorandum of agreement with Chatto & Windus Limited re Crisis in Bulgaria, TDS (4pp), 1956 March 27.
Brooke, Jocelyn, Memorandum of agreement with Editorial Sur re The scapegoat, Printed DS with T entries [1p], 1935 June 30.
Brooke, Jocelyn, Memorandum of agreement with Emece Editores re The image of a drawn sword, Printed DS with T entries (2pp), 1951 October 18.
Brooke, Jocelyn, Memorandum of agreement with Eric Oliver, re Denton Welch Journal, TDS [3pp], 1952 May 6.
Brooke, Jocelyn, Memorandum of agreement with Harper & Brothers re The scapegoat, Printed DS with Tcc entries (6pp), 1949 June 15.
Brooke, Jocelyn, Memorandum of agreement with Home & Van Thal re Ronald Firbank, TDS (3pp), 1948 September 28.
Brooke, Jocelyn, Memorandum of agreement with John Lane The Bodley Head re A mine of serpents, Printed DS with T entries [3pp], 1948 November 3.
Brooke, Jocelyn, Memorandum of agreement with John Lane The Bodley Head Ltd. re December spring, Printed DS with T entries [3pp], 1946 January 17.
Brooke, Jocelyn, Memorandum of agreement with John Lane The Bodley Head re The military orchid, Printed DS with T entries [3pp], 1946 December 21.
Brooke, Jocelyn, Memorandum of agreement with John Lane The Bodley Head re Passing of a hero, Printed DS with T entries [3pp], 1952 June 3.
Brooke, Jocelyn, Memorandum of agreement with John Lane The Bodley Head re Untitled non-fiction work, Printed DS with T entries [3pp], 1954 October 14.
Brooke, Jocelyn, Memorandum of agreement with Knopf (Alfred A.) Inc re The image of a drawn sword, Printed DS with Tcc entries (6pp), 1950 July 6.
Brooke, Jocelyn, Memorandum of agreement with Librairie Plon re The scapegoat, Printed DS with T entries [2pp], 1951 February 3.
Brooke, Jocelyn, Memorandum of agreement with the Vanguard Press re The Dog at Clambercrown, Printed DS with T entries (5pp), 1956 March 15.
Brooke, Jocelyn, Names and addresses, A and Tms / Notes and printed [7pp], nd.
Brooke, Jocelyn, National health insurance papers, Printed forms [4 items], 1949.
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9.15 Brooke, Jocelyn, Poems submitted, Ams / notebook [approx. 50pp], 1945-1948.
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9.12 Brooke, Jocelyn, Ronald Firbank and John Betjeman: [Dummy cover], Printed with A and T emendations [6pp], nd.
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9.11 Brooke, John, [Marriage certificate], Printed DS with A entries [1p], 1865 March 7.
Brooke, Jocelyn, 3 ALS to [Brooke], John, 2 nd, 1856 February 8.
Brooke, John, ALS to Hewlett, Pattie, 1864 August 20.
Brooke, Joseph Hewlett, [Poem], AmsS / mutilated [4pp], nd.
[Brooke, Joseph] Hewlett, 4 ALS to [Brooke], Henry, 2 nd, 1879 June 22, 1880 January 10.
[Brooke], Mary [Ruth Cotterill], ALS to [Brooke], John, 1863 January 8.
[Brooke, May], [Miscellaneous notes], Ams / notes [6 items], nd.
[Brooke, May], [Notes for reminders], Ams / notes [2pp on 1l], nd.
[Brooke, May], [Records of Jocelyn Brooke poems submitted during war], Ams [11pp in notebook], 1943.
Brooke, May], Red, white and blue fireworks: Price list, Ams / booklet [6pp], nd.
[Brooke], May, AN to [Unidentified recipient], 1938 January.
Brooke, May, 3 ALS to [Curling, Jonathan] "John", 1942 January 3, 1942 December 31, 1943 May 17.
[Brooke], Polly, ALS to [Brooke, John] "Brother", 1877 December 7.
Browning, F. R., ALS to [unidentified recipient] "Dave", 1940 June 27.
Bruce, Everend Lester, ALS to Brooke, John, 1877 December 13.
Bugle Blast, ALS Jack Aistrop to Ford, [Emily G.], 1943 January 5.
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9.16 Canterbury, Valuation Area, Proposal for alteration of valuation list, Printed D with Tcc entries [1p], 1955 December 30 [postmark].
Capron, P., ALS to Brooke, [John], [1877] December 7.
Charlton, James, ALS to Brooke, Jon, 1877 December 10.
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9.17 Clark, Wild orchids of Kent, 6 photographs pasted in a booklet with orange cloth covers, nd.
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9.16 Corstorphine, R.H., TLS to Bone, Gavin, 1940 June 17.
Creed, Lewis C., APCS to Brooke, May, 1958 April 22 [postmark].
[Curling, Jonathan], Hommage a J.B., Tms with A emendations (5pp), 1950 January 10.
[Curling, Jonathan], Is Antar Miggins dead? Ams [1p], nd.
Curling, Jonathan, Tccms [14pp], nd.
Currey, R[alph] N[ixon, The novels of Jocelyn Brooke, Tccms (8pp), nd, suggested radio script.
Deane, Mary, ALS to [Brooke, Charlotte] (Hewlett), 1865 January 7.
Dehn, Paul, Book talk [Excerpts], Ams / copy in hand of Jocelyn Brooke [2pp on 1l], 1947 April 25.
Dickens, Charles, Great expectations [Excerpts], Tms / copy [1p], nd.
Dowdell, Eric George, TL / copy to Bone, Gavin, 1938 July 14.
Eastes, S., ALS to Brooke, John, 1877 December 24.
Elwin, Elizabeth, ALS to Brooke, John, 1877 December 9.
Elwin, Jane, ALS to Brooke, [Charlotte (Hewlett)], nd.
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9.18 Footner, Fanny, ALS to [Brooke, Charlotte (Hewlett)] "Lotty", 1865 November 26.
Ford, Emily G., 2 ALS to [Curling, Jonathan] "John", 1942 November 6, 1942 November 17.
Fowler, J. [Beresford], 2 ALS to Brooke, [John[, 1877 December 7, 1878 February 11.
Freeman, Hannah, ALS to [Brooke, John], [1877] December 18.
Gardner, Joseph, ALS to Brooke, J[ohn], 1877 December 8.
George, Robert, ALS to Brooke, John, 1877 December 18.
Gisby, Anne, ALS to [Brooke, John], [1877] December 10.
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9.19 Gorer, Richard, Notebook, Ams / drafts [approx. 165pp], nd.
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9.18 Gorer, Richard, ALS, APCS to Brooke, May, nd, 1958 February 13.
Gough, Kathleen, ALS to Bone, Gavin, 1940 May 9.
Grant, John, ALS to Brooke, John, 1877 December 8.
Gray, Robert, ALS to [Brooke, Henry] "Harry", 1877 December 7.
Gray, Robert, ALS to Brooke, [John], 1877 December 17.
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9.20 Grundy, Denis, Draft transcript of recording made by Mr. D. Grundy, Mimeo [34pp], 1957 June - July.
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9.21 Haines, Emily, ALS to [Brooke, Charlotte] (Hewlett), ___ January 7.
Haines, George S., ALS to Brooke, Charlotte (Hewlett), 1865 February 15.
Haines, George S., ALS to Brooke, John, 1877 December 9.
Hall, J., ALS to The Editor, The Listener, 1963 November 18.
[Hall, Patrick M.] [Notes on orchids], Ams / notes [3pp], nd.
[Hewlett], Agnes, ALS to [Brooke], Henry, nd.
[Hewlett], Blanche, ALS to [Brooke, Charlotte (Hewlett)] "Lottie", 1865.
Hewlett, E.B., 4 ALS to Brooke, [John], 1877 November 4, 1878 January 20, 1878 April 10, 1878 December 13.
Hewlett, J., ALS to Brooke, ____, ____ April 5.
Hewlett, J.H., ALS to [Brooke, Charlotte (Hewlett) "Lottie", 1877 May 26.
Hewlett, J.H., 4 ALS to [Brooke, John], 1877 December 7, 1877 December 14, 1878 January 22, 1878 January 28.
Hewlett, J.P., 2 ALS to [Brooke, Charlotte (Hewlett)], "Lottie", 1865 January 3, 1877 September 24.
Hewlett, J.P., ALS to Brooke, John, 1877 December 8.
Hewlett, J(oseph) S., ALS to [Hewlett], Patty, __ November 1.
Hewlett, Joseph [S.], ALS to Brooke, John, 1878 February 8.
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10.1 [Hewlett, Joseph Thomas James], [autograph book], Autographs pasted in [approx. 60pp], 1828-1839.
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9.21 Hewlett, Joseph Thomas James and Charlotte Elizabeth, [Marriage certificate], Ams / copy [1p], 1824 June 6 [original date], 1904 March 7 [date of copy].
Hewlett, L.I., AlsS to [Brooke], John, ___ February 20.
[Hewlett], Pattie, ALS, ALS / inc to [Brooke, Charlotte (Hewlett)], "Lottie", nd, 1865 January 1.
[Hewlett], Pattie, 6 ALS yo [Brooke], Henry, 4 inc d, 1877-1878.
[Hewlett], P[attie], ALS to [Brooke], Hewlett, 1880 December 31.
[Hewlett], Pattie, ALS to [Hewlett], Joseph, 1863 January 8.
Hewlett, Thomas, ALS to Brooke, [John], 1877 December 8.
Hill, K. Reed, [Prescription for glasses for Jocelyn Brooke], 1961 January 13.
Hitchin, J.W., ALS to [Brooke], John, 1863 January 17.
Houstoun, Hugh, ALS to [Brooke, Charlotte] (Hewlett), nd.
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10.2 Jeffs, Judy, ALS to [Brooke, Charlotte (Hewlett)] "Lotty", 1865 February 15.
Lane, Margaret [(Powell)], ALS to [Brooke], Henry, 1874 January.
Lane, Margaret [(Powell)], ALS to [Brooke], Henry, 1874 October 10, 1874 June 2.
Lane, Margaret [(Powell)], 2 ALS to Brooke, [John], 1877 October 26, 1878 January 10.
Lister, Agnes H., ALS to [Brooke, Charlotte (Hewlett)] "Lottie", 1865 January 2.
Lister, Frances Mary, ALS to [Brooke, Charlotte (Hewlett)] "Lotty", 1865 March 5.
Lloyds Bank Limited, [Bank statement for Jocelyn Brooke], Printed form with entries [1p], 1963.
Lloyds Bank Limited, Statement of account for Brooke, J[ocelyn], 1960.
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10.3 Mapy, Agnes, 2 ALS to [Brooke], John, [1877] December 7, [1877] December 10.
March, Florence, ALS to Brooke, Miss, 1877 December 7.
Martin, William, ALS to [unidentified recipient], 1858 December 7.
Miller, J.C., ALS to Brooke, [John], 1877 December 8.
Moon, Ann, ALS to Brooke, [John], [1877] December 13.
Moon, Frederick [J.], ALS to Brooke, [John], 1877 December 8.
Moore, Reginald, ALS to Curling, Jonathan, 1942 November 15.
[Moses, Pearl], [Captions for illustrations], 2 Ams / captions [1p each], nd.
[Oliver], Eric, APCS to Brooke, [May] and [Emily G.] Ford, 1954 August 1.
Oxford. University. Trinity College, 2 TLS to Brooke, [Henry], 1927 may 2, 1927 May 3.
Oxford. University. Worcester College, 4 TLS, 1 APCS, 1 Receipt to Brooke, Henry, 1927.
Peel, Catherine, ALS to [Brooke, Charlotte (Hewlett)] "Lotty", 1865 January 3.
Powell, M., ALS to Brooke, [John], [1877] December 13.
Powell, William, ALS to Brooke, [John], 1877 December 7.
Powys, J.A., ALS tp [Brooke], Charlotte [(Hewlett)], [1865].
Prestige, John, TccL / copy to [unidentified recipient] John, 1957 July 31.
Price, H., ALS to Brooke, [John], [1877 December].
The Prudential Assurance Company Ltd., 2 Premium receipt books fro Emily G. Ford, 1955 July 11.
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10.4 Ranger, A.C., ALS to Brooke, [John], 1877 December 8.
Sadds, Elizabeth, ALS to [Brooke, Charlotte] (Hewlett), 1865 February 15.
St. Michael’s, [Reports for Jocelyn] Brooke, 2 Forms with A entries [1p each], 1920, 1921.
Sharp, M. A., ALS to [Brooke, Charlotte] (Hewlett), [1865 January].
Shrifley, Charles, ALS to [Brooke, Henry] "Harry", 1877 December 7.
Thompson, F., ALS to Brooke, [John], [1877] December 12.
[Trevelyan, Julian], Flux [cover], Proof [1p], nd.
Turner, Ellen M., ALS to Blake, Gertrude [(Turner)], 1877 October 16.
Turner, Mary N., 2 ALS to Blake, [Gertrude (Turner)], ___ August 30, [1877] October 16.
[Urmston], Evelyn, 1 APCS, 10 APCI to Brooke, [May], 1940-1958.
Wane, M.A., ALS to [Brooke, Charlotte (Hewlett)] "Lottie", 1865 January 9.
Whitbread, Harriet, 3 ALS to [Brooke, John], 1877 December 7, 1877 December 10, 1877 December 17.
Wilde, Oscar, The model millionaire, Tccms / radio script with A note by Jocelyn Brooke and signed by him [7pp], 1949 April 4.
Wilmott, A.J., [Note re orchid sent by Jocelyn Brooke], TccmsS [1p], 1939 June 2.
Winch, Richard, 2 ALS to [Brooke, John], 1877 December 7, 1878 January 19.
Woodward, M., ALS to [Brooke, John], 1877 December 10.

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 Explanatory Note Concerning Manuscript Collections Cataloged in the Card Catalog 

Prior to 1990 when archival cataloging procedures were adopted at the Ransom Center, all manuscript collections were described in a card catalog.

Organization of Collections:

Manuscripts for each author collection were organized into four categories:

  • Works: manuscripts by the author, arranged alphabetically by title;
  • Letters: the author’s outgoing correspondence, arranged alphabetically by recipient name;
  • Recipient: the author’s incoming correspondence, arranged alphabetically by the author of the letter; and
  • Miscellaneous: all other manuscripts and correspondence, arranged alphabetically by creator.

Materials that did not fit into these categories, such as art, photographs, books, and near-print materials such as newspaper clippings, were dispersed to other Ransom Center collections for cataloging and storage.

Abbreviations Used in Descriptions:

The symbols below were used in combinations. For example ALS means autograph letter signed; Tccms means typed carbon copy manuscript, etc.

  • A = autograph (i.e., handwritten)
  • T = typed
  • S = signed
  • I = initialed
  • Ms = manuscript
  • Mss = manuscripts
  • L = letter
  • FL = form letter
  • N = note
  • D = document
  • C = card
  • PC = post card
  • cc = carbon copy
  • p = page
  • pp = pages
  • l = leaf
  • ll = leaves
  • nd = no date
  • inc d = incomplete date

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