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Restrictions

Administrative Information

BAR CODE LIST

Description of Series

Works:

Works 1-20:

Letters:

Recipient:

Recipients 1

Miscellaneous:

Miscellaneous 1 and 2:

Previously Restricted items:

Index

University of Texas, Harry Ransom Humanities Research Center

A. E. (Alfred Edgar) Coppard:

An Inventory of His Collection at the Harry Ransom Center



Creator: Coppard, A. E. (Alfred Edgar), 1878-1957
Title: A. E. (Alfred Edgar) Coppard Collection
Dates: 1901-1963, undated
Abstract: A. E. (Alfred Edgar) Coppard was an English writer of short stories and poetry. His collection mainly consists of handwritten and typed manuscripts for his short stories and poems, correspondence, and miscellaneous notes and memoranda.
Call Number: Manuscript Collection MS-0925
Extent: 32 document boxes (13.44 linear feet), 5 galley files (gf), 1 oversize folder (osf)
Language: English, French
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, 1960-1999 (R658, R844, R1103, R1233, R1248, R1364, R1452, R1554, R3264, R3372, R3600, R3719, R4187, R4583, R4591, R4849, R5138, R5364, R6310, R6333, R8008)

Processed by:

Jamie Kirkham, 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: 059188000068553
  • Box 2: 059188000068564
  • Box 3: 059188000068575
  • Box 4: 059188000068586
  • Box 5: 059188000068597
  • Box 6: 059188000068600
  • Box 7: 059188000068611
  • Box 8: 059188000068622
  • Box 9: 059188000068633
  • Box 10: 059188000068644
  • Box 11: 059188000068655
  • Box 12: 059188000068666
  • Box 13: 059188000068677
  • Box 14: 059188000068688
  • Box 15: 059188000068699
  • Box 16: 059188000068702
  • Box 17: 059188000068713
  • Box 18: 059188000068724
  • Box 19: 059188000068735
  • Box 20: 059188000068746
  • Box 21: 059188000068757
  • Box 22: 059188000068768
  • Box 23: 059188000068779
  • Box 24: 059188000068780
  • Box 25: 059188000068848
  • Box 26: 059188000068837
  • Box 27: 059188000068859
  • Box 28: 059188000068815
  • Box 29: 059188000068790
  • Box 30: 059188000068804
  • Box 31: 059188000068826
  • Box 32: 059188000068860

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Container List

 

Works:

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1.1 [Unidentified jottings], Ams / notes [1p], nd.
[Unidentified narrative of a trip], Tccms / inc [18pp], nd.
[Untitled article on the Gothic alliterating meter], Ams [7pp], nd.
[Untitled comment on an art work], Ams with A revisions [2pp], nd.
[Untitled lecture on the modern short story], Tms / draft / inc with A emendations (4pp), 1953.
[Untitled lecture on modern writing], Tms / draft with A emendations (8pp), nd.
[Untitled lecture on the short story], Tms with few A emendations [13pp], 1951.
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1.2 [Untitled lecture on telling the tale], Ams / draft with A revisions written in an exercise book [13pp], nd.
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1.1 [Untitled notes on the after life], Ams [3pp], nd.
[Untitled paragraph on his discovery of Keats], Tccms [1p], nd.
[Untitled poem] "I am the lyric soul…" Ams with A revisions [1p], nd.
[Untitled poem] "One [time] was a fine strong poet…," Ams / draft with A revisions [4pp], 1949 July 2.
[Untitled poem] "One time was a long strong poet,…," Tms with A revisions [2pp], nd.
[Untitled poem] "You came for curiosity maybe…," Ams [1p], 1922 November 4 (Kimble Wood).
[Untitled reply to criticism], Ams / draft [1p], 1953 September 4.
[Untitled statement re fascist meeting], Tccms [1p], 1934 June 8.
[Untitled statement re fascist meeting], Tms [5pp], [1934].
[Untitled statement on elimination of war], Ams [1p], nd.
[Untitled travel account], 2 Tccms [7pp each], nd.
[Untitled travel account], 1 Tms with A emendations [13pp], 2 Tccmss [13pp each], nd.
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1.4 [The Abbotts] Abbotts aloof, Tms with A emendations (21pp), nd.
The Abbots, Tccms with A emendations (21pp), nd.
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1.3 Adam and Eve & pinch me, Proofs with A corrections [7pp], nd.
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1.5 Adolf Plumflower, Tccms with A title (15pp), nd.
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1.6 Ahoy! sailor boy, AmsS (27pp), nd.
Ahoy! sailor boy, Tccms (19pp), nd.
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1.3 All is vanity TmsS [1p], nd.
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1.7 All the world a stage, 2 Tccmss with A emendations (11pp each), nd.
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1.8 The almanac man, Tms with A emendations (8pp), Tccms [9pp], nd.
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* [Andante], Ams with A revisions and workings [1p], nd. [*Missing 4/2012]
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1.9 The angel and the sweep, AmsS with A revisions and inserts (10p), nd.
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gf 1 The angel & The sweep, Galley proofs [2pp], nd.
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2.1 The ape & the ass, AmsS with A emendations [11pp], nd.
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2.2 Apes don’t shave, Tms with A emendations (12pp), nd.
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1.3 The apostate [poem], 2 Tccmss [1p each], nd.
April, April!, Ams with A emendations [2pp], 1941 April.
April fool [poem], Tccms with A correction [1p], nd.
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2.3 Arabesque: [The mouse], AmsS with A revisions [17pp], 1918 December 12.
Arabesque: The mouse, Proofs [8pp], 1921.
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1.3 Autumn [poem], Tccms [1p], Composite Ams and printed [1p], nd.
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2.5 The Badge, 2 Tccms (8pp), nd.
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2.4 Ballad of an unfortunate miller with one eye, & a wind that vexed him, AmsI [1p], 1922 October 7.
Ballad of warning, Tms [1p], nd.
[The ballet girl] Fazz, Ams / draft S with A revisions [16pp], 1920 December 13.
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2.6 Barbers Rash, Tccms (8pp), nd.
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2.7 Beauty in the basement, Tms (4pp), nd.
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2.8 The beauty spot, AmsS with A emendations (78pp), nd.
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gf 1 The beauty spot, 2 galley proofs with A corrections [18pp each], nd.
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2.9 Big game, AmsS with A emendations [8pp], nd.
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2.10 The birthday party, AmsS with A revisions [33pp], nd.
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3.1 The Black dog, AmsS with A revisions (45pp), 1921 August 26; A note dated 1935 May 1.
The black dog and other stories, Page proofs / inc [205pp], 1923.
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3.2 The bogey man, AmsS with A revisions [34pp], 1935 January 9.
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2.4 A Broadsheet ballad, Ams [7pp], nd.
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3.3 Bulp, Tccms (6pp), nd.
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3.4 The Candid lady, TmsS (7pp), nd.
Charlie Harris’ song, Ams / draft / unfinished [1p], nd.
Chaucer [notes], Ams [6pp], 1939 February 20.
The cheat, 2 Amss with A revisions [21pp; 18pp], 1947 September.
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3.5 The cherry tree, AmsS with A emendations [6pp], nd.
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3.6 Cheese, Tccms (20pp), nd.
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3.7 The cheese-cutter hat man, Tccms (10pp), nd.
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3.8 Chinfeather, Tccms (8pp), nd.
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3.4 Christmas Eve [poem], Tccms [1p], Composite A and Tccms [1p], nd.
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3.9 The Claudy affair, 2 Tccmss (9pp each), nd.
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3.10 Coat of many colours, Tccms with few A emendatios (14pp), nd.
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3.11 Cobbler’s Wax, Tccms (9pp), nd.
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4.1 The collected poems, Page proofs with few A corrections (109pp), 1928 September 11.
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gf 1 Communion, Galley proofs [2pp], nd.
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3.4 Concerning hunger, Tms (4pp), nd.
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osf 1 Coppard, Markus, A short story, author’s original early draft, Ams (13pp), nd.
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3.4 Coridon at Bampton, Tccms (6pp), nd.
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4.2 Corridors, Tccms [21pp], [1933].
Corridors, Tms (20pp), 1933 February 6.
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4.3 The council of seven, Tccms (19pp), nd.
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4.4 [Count Stefan], Tccms (70pp), nd.
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5.9 [Country Sabbath] Country Sunday, Ams with A revisions [4pp], 1917. Written in Coppard’s Dusky Ruth exercise book.
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4.5 The craft of the short story, Tccms (5pp), A and Tms with A revisions [23pp], nd.
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4.6 Crippled bloom, Tccms (42pp), nd.
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3.4 [Criticism of poem] After a banquet [by unidentified author], Ams / comments I [1p], 1916 [?] March 11.
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gf 1 Crotty Shinkwin, Galley proofs (4pp), nd.
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4.7 The cuckoo, Tms (3pp), Tms with A revisions and notes, one initialed (3pp), 1949 May 21 "Revised."
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4.9 Darby Dallow tells his tale, AmsS (18pp), 1926 November 11. Not described in card catalog.
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4.8 Dark knowledge, Tccms with A emendations (25pp), [1931].
Dark knowledge [Between the tunnel and the sea-not used], Ams with A revisions [45pp], 1931 April 9.
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4.9 Dark-eyed lady, Tms with A emendations [printer’s copy] (29pp), Tccms with A emendations (29pp), nd.
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5.1 The deserter, Tccms with A emendations (12pp), nd.
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5.2 The devil in the churchyard, Tccms with Aemendations (8pp), nd.
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5.3 A devil of a cook!, AmsS with A emendations (21pp), 1937 July 6.
A devil of a cook, Tccms (17pp) [1937].
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5.4 [Diaries], Amss [249pp in 6 notebooks and on loose leaves], 1937-1955.
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5.5 Digging him out, Tccms with A emendations [3pp], nd.
Digging him out, Tccms with A emendations [3pp], nd.
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5.6 A diversion with Thomas, Ams with A revisions [11pp], nd.
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5.7 Doe, AmsS with A revisions (54pp), 1933 June 12-16.
Doe, Tms (37pp), nd.
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5.8 Dunky Fitlow, Tccms with A emendations (7pp), nd.
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5.9 Dusky Ruth, Proofs [10pp], nd.
Dusky Ruth: A variation upon a familiar theme, Ams / early draft with A revisions [34pp in exercise book], Ams with A emendations [19pp], Ams / notes [5pp], nd, 1917 March 21, 1918.
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6.1 Easter day, AmsS [5pp], nd.
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6.2 The elixir of youth, AmsS with A revisions [16pp], 1919 January 7.
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6.3 Emergency exit, Tccms with A emendations (55pp), 1934 April 22.
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6.1 [Enobarus Cotman] Bobby Cotman, Ams / first draft with A revisions [22pp], Ams / second draft with A revisions [23pp], 1952.
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* Entreaty, Tccms [1p], nd. [*Missing 4/2012- -possibly under Stay, O Stay]
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6.5 Fairy tale, Ams / first draft with A revisions [22pp], Ams / draft with A revisions (15pp), 1948 September 6, 1948 September 6-October 15.
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6.6 Faithless Phoebe, AmsS / first draft with A revisions (11pp), Composite A and TmsS with A revisions [17pp], nd.
Faithless Phoebe, Tms with A emendations [14pp], nd.
Faithless Phoebe, Tccms (13pp), nd.
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6.7 The family tree, Tccms (11pp), nd.
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6.8 The fancy dress ball, Ams with A revisions (16pp), 1922 March 6 ("Typed").
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6.9 Fear no more the frown o’ the great: Dramatic poem, Tccms [20pp], 1901 January.
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6.4 Fearful pleasures: Foreward, Tccms (3pp), 1946 January 1.
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6.10 The feast at Mackenzie’s, Tccms (6pp), nd.
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6.4 Feb. 20, 1924 [poem], Ams [1p], Tccms [1p], nd.
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6.11 Felix Tincler, AmsS with A revisions [15pp], 1919 December 19-22.
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7.1 "Fifty pounds" How it was done, Ams with A revisions and note [7pp], 1937 May 19.
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7.2 Fine feathers, AmsS [53pp], 1927 May 2.
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7.3 Fishers of men, Tccms (4pp), nd.
Fishers of men, Tms (4pp), nd.
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6.4 Fishmonger’s fiddle, Composite A and Tms with A revisions [26pp], nd.
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7.4 Fleet, 1 Tms with A emendations (29pp), 2 Tccmss with A emendations (29pp each), 1912 October 8.
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6.4 The foggy, foggy due, AmsS with A emendations (22pp), 1933 April 15-16.
Foreword [to American edition of stories], Tccms [3pp], 1948.
Foreword to the big man by L. A. G. Strong, AmsS with Tms title page [2pp], nd.
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7.5 The gallant squire, Tccms (6pp), nd.
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gf 2 The gentle Amanda, galley proofs (33pp), nd.
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7.6 The gold watch, Tms with A emendations (4pp), nd.
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7.7 The Gollan, AmsS with A revisions (14pp), 1929 September 30.
The Gollan, Tccms with A emendations (10pp), nd.
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7.8 The good Samaritans, AmsS with A revisions [8pp], 1934 September 24-27.
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7.9 The green drake, AmsS with A revisions [10pp], 1928 August 16.
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7.10 Groggo’s chimney, Tccms with A emendations (8pp), nd.
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7.11 Hail Columbia!, Tccms (5pp), nd.
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8.1 The halfyard ham, Tccms with A emendations (8pp), 1950 November 9.
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8.2 The handsome lady, AmsS with A revisions (43pp), nd.
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8.3 Hannibal’s bust, Tccms (10pp), nd.
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8.4 Henry Wing…and Celia Barnes, TccmsS (25pp), [c. 1915].
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8.5 Hikers (Play), Ams with A revisions [30pp in exercise book], 1937 September 1-3.
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8.6 The Hill stack, Ams with A revisions [2pp on 1ℓ], 1903 April 9.
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gf 1 Hips and Haws, Galley proofs with A corrections (8pp), nd.
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8.7 Homeward bound, Tccms with A emendations (10pp), nd.
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8.8 How I began, Tms (11pp), nd.
How I began [essay], Tccms with few A emendations and corrections (11pp), nd.
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8.9 The hundredth story of A. E. Coppard, AmsS with A revisions (89pp), 1930 April 28-October 22.
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8.10 The idle frumkin, AmsS with A revisions (24pp), nd.
The idle frumkin, Tccms with A emendations (17pp), nd.
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8.11 The idle frumkin, Tccms with mockup and page proofs for Nash’s magazine, 1930 June 30 [printer’s stamp].
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32.1 The idle frumkin, Tms with A emendations (17pp), Tccms with A emendations [18pp], nd.
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8.12 Infamous secret, Ams / draft with A revisions [8pp], nd.
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9.1 The invisible rain [poem], Tms with A emendations [1p], Tccms [1p], nd.
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9.2-9.3 Italian whirligig, Ams with A revisions and A note S (7pp), 1923 April 7, 1930 July 30.
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gf 3-4 It’s me, O Lord!, Galley proofs (82pp), 1956 July 19.
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gf 3 It’s me O Lord, Galley proof with A corrections, nd.
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9.4-9.5 It’s me, O Lord [autobiography], Tccms with A emendations [278pp], [c. 1957].
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9.6 Journeys end in lovers meeting, Tccms with A title page [85pp], nd.
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9.7 Jove’s nectar, Tccms with A emendations (11pp), nd.
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9.8 Jubal and Jackson, Tccms (6pp), nd.
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9.9 [Kidlington Historical pageant, 1931: Episode IV], Ams / draft and notes [15pp], Tms / notes and suggestions [11pp], [1931].
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gf 4 The king of the world, Galley proofs [3pp], nd.
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9.10 Kiss the book, Beezer, Ams with A emendations (17pp), 1936 October 15.
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9.11 The Kisstruck bogey, Tccms (11pp), nd.
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9.12 The landmark, Tccms (10pp), nd.
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10.1 Life is like that, Tccms (9pp), nd.
Life’s like that, AmsS with A emendations (11pp), 1936 July 27.
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10.2 The limping lady, Tccms with A emendations (24pp), nd.
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32.2 The limping lady, Tms with A emendations (24pp), Page proofs [6pp], 1928 December 31 [printer’s stamp].
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10.3 The lion and Lord B, Tms with A emendations (11pp), nd.
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10.4 Literary log book of A. E. Coppard… Ams, 1919-1924.
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10.5 Literary portraits from life, Tccms [1p], nd.
The little mistress, AmsS with A revisions [34pp], TmsS with A revisions, inserts and A note I (34pp), nd.
The little tempest [poem], Ams with A corrections (3pp), Tccms [2pp], nd.
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10.6 Look before you leap, AmsS with A emendations and deletions (21pp), 1935 January 14-23.
Look before you leap, 2 Tccms with A emendations [16pp each], nd.
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10.7 A looking glass for Saint Luke, Tccms with A revisions (9pp), nd.
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10.8 Lucy in her pink jacket, Ams / first draft with heavy A revisions [20pp], AmsI / later draft with A revisions [27pp], 1952 November 18 [first draft], 1952 December 16 [later draft], 1953 January 1 [first draft rewritten], 1953 January 8 [later draft revised], 1953 January 17 [later draft typed].
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* Lucy in her pink jacket, Galley-proof / inc with A corrections [42pp], nd. [*Missing 4/2012]
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10.9 The man from Kilsheelan, AmsS with A revisions [24pp], 1921 October 20.
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gf 4 Marching to Zion, Galley proofs [5pp], nd.
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osf 1 [Markus, the ungodly], Ams / fisrst draft with A revisions [13pp], nd.
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11.1 Markus, the ungodly, Tccms with extensive A revisions (16pp), 1956 January 21.
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11.2 The martyrdom of Soloman, Tccms with A emendations (14pp), nd.
The martyrdom of Soloman, Tccms with A emendations (14pp), nd (printer’s copy).
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11.3 Mendacity [poem], Ams [1p], Tccms [1p], nd.
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11.4 Miss Milly, Tccms (11pp), nd.
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11.5 The nameless one, Tccms (9pp), nd.
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11.6 Nancy Doo, Tccms (14pp), nd.
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11.7 Nathaniel Hawthorne, Tms [2pp], Tccms with A emendations [2pp] nd.
Nature notes, kimble wood, Ams [6pp], 1925.
[Nature pieces], Ams [5pp on 3ℓℓ], 1920-1922.
A night in Dublin, Tccms (5pp), nd.
Night piece [poem], 2 Tccmss [1p each], nd.
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gf 5 The ninepenny flute, Galley proofs with A corrections and revisions (153pp), 1936 [printer’s stamp].
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11.8 Ninepenny flute, Page proofs [306pp], 1936 November [printer’s stamp].
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11.9 Nixey’s harlequin, Tccms with A emendations [18pp], nd.
Nixey’s harlequin, Page proofs S with A corrections (297pp), 1931 August 22-24.
Nixey’s harlequin, Page proofs S [15pp], [1934 April 20].
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12.1 No oats for Joseph, Tccms (4pp), nd.
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12.2 Nocturne: New Moon [poem], Ams with A emendation [1p], Tccms [1p], nd.
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12.3 Not wanted, Tccms with slight A emendations (5pp), nd.
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12.4 [Notes: The orange grove and other miscellaneous notes], Amss / notes and fragments [61pp], nd.
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12.5 [Notes and workings for stories], Ams / notes and workings [15pp], nd.
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12.4 [Notes for talk on story telling], Ams / notes [4pp], 1948.
[Notes on various topics], Ams / notes [17pp], nd.
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32.3 [Notes 1: Rough notes for stories, scenarios, etc.], Ams, nd.
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12.6 [Notes 2: Notebook – Poetry & Tales], Ams, 1921.
[Notes 3: Notebook – Tales and poems], Ams, 1922.
[Notes 4: Notes for tales], Ams, 1931.
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12.7 [Notes 5: Notes and ideas for stories], Ams, 1930, etc.
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12.8 [Notes 6: Tale notes], Ams, nd.
[Notes 7: Tales – Notes, suggestions, etc.], Ams, 1938-1940.
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13.1 [Notes 8: Tales – Notes], Ams, nd.
[Notes 9: Notes on tales and stories], Ams, nd.
[Notes 10: Ideas for tales, etc.], Ams, nd.
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13.2 [Notes 11: Tales – Seminal ideas, sketches], Ams, nd.
[Notes 12: Notes for tales, etc.], Ams, nd.
[Notes 13: Autobiography – sketches for stories], Ams, nd.
[Notes 14], Ams / pages from 2 lined notebooks, bound together [8pp; 11pp], 1925; 1953.
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13.3 [Notes 15: City Literary Institute – Fourth Annual Eisteddfod], Ams, 1928.
[Notes 16: Consequences, vernacular, etc.], Ams, nd.
[Notes 17: Notes on Dickens, Ulysees & ideas for tales], Ams, nd.
[Notes 18: Notes on Dr. Johnson, Henry James’ Ambassadors, Beake, Shakespeare], Ams, nd.
[Notes 19: Notes on English history], Ams, 1913 March 11.
[Notes 20: Notes on Geology], Ams, nd.
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13.4 [Notes 21: Bibliographical matter relating to Henry James], Ams, nd.
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13.5 [Notes 22: Henry James. Notes on his stories], Ams, nd.
[Notes 23: Notes on Irish mythology], Ams, nd.
[Notes 24: Miscellaneous literary notes], Ams, nd.
[Notes 25: Literary notes], Ams, nd.
[Notes 26: Reflections on people, reading & literary opinions], Ams, nd.
[Notes 27: Notes personal & literary], Ams, nd.
[Notes 28: Notes on personal & literary matters], Ams, nd.
[Notes 29: Notes on St. Mark’s Gospel & literary matters & Misc. records], Ams, nd.
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14.1 [Notes 30: Notes on stories of Maupassant, etc.], Ams, nd.
[Notes 31: Notes on Milton & Paradise lost], Ams, nd.
[Notes 32: The 100th story notes], Ams, nd.
[Notes 33: Notes on Ossian], Ams, nd.
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14.2 [Notes 34: Coppard as Parish Councillor], Ams, 1934-1947.
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14.3 [Notes 35: Notes on a performance of Hamlet], Ams, nd.
[Notes 36: Russian trip], Ams, 1952.
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32.4 [Notes 37: Shakespeare, etc.], Ams, nd.
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14.4 [Notes 38: The subconscious, etc.], Ams, nd.
[Notes 39: Notes on Tchehov], A and Tms, nd.
[Notes 40: Notes on topography, place names, epitaphs, etc.], Ams, 1932.
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14.5 [Notes 41: Visions and beliefs], Ams, 1920 June 22.
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14.6 [Notes 42: Rough sketches, etc.], Ams, nd.
[Notes 43: Hemaranda, etc.], Ams, nd.
[Notes 44: Miscellaneous], Ams, 1910 February 12.
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15.1 [Notes 45: Notes, sketches, scenarios, etc.], Ams, 1920.
[Notes 46: Notebook], Ams, 1949-1956.
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15.2 [Notes 47: Summary of Sandburg’s "Abraham Lincoln," etc.], Ams, nd.
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15.3 [Observations occasioned by reading The grades of life…], Ams [2pp on 1ℓ], nd. Not described in card catalog.
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15.4 The old black boat, Tms [4pp], nd.
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15.5 The old man digging, Tccms (5pp), nd.
The old man digging, Tccms (5pp), nd.
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15.6 Old Martin, AmsS with A revisions (27pp), nd.
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15.7 Old rascal, Tccms (7pp), nd.
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15.8 The old venerable, Ams / first draft with A revisions [10pp], Ams / final draft S with A emendations [13pp], nd.
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15.9 Olive & Camilla, AmsS with A revisions [31pp], nd.
Olive & Camilla, TmsS with A revisions and insert [33pp], nd.
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15.10 On first getting into print, Tccms [10pp], nd.
On first getting into print, Ams with A emendations (11pp), nd.
On first getting into print, Tms [10pp], nd.
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15.11 On obligations, Tccms (3pp), nd.
Our far work, Ams with A emendations [1p], nd.
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15.12 [The Pedlar], Ams / draft with A revisions [35pp], nd.
Pelagea [poem], Tccms with A emendations (2pp), Tccms (2pp), nd.
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15.13 Perfect fool, Tccms [15pp], nd.
Perfect fool – An outline of U.S., AmsS with A emendations (22pp), 1932 November 29.
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16.1 The philosopher’s daughter, Tms (12pp), nd.
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gf 5 Piffingcap, Galley proofs [7pp], nd.
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16.2 Piffingcap, TccmsS (14pp), nd.
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16.3 Pink furniture: a tale for lovely children with noble natures, Ams with A revisions and insert [221pp], 1929 May 17.
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16.4 Pit-a-pat, Tccms (12pp), nd.
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16.5 Polly and the pikeys, Tms (5pp), nd.
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gf 5 Pomona’s babe, Galley proofs with A corrections and emendations (5pp), nd.
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16.6 Pomona’s babe, AmsS with A revisions [24pp], 1921 May 6-June 3.
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16.7 The poor man, Ams / first draft S with A revisions [41pp], 1922 July 18.
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16.8 The postoffice and the serpent, Ams / final draft S with A revisions (5pp), Ams / final draft S with A emendations (6pp), 1930 September 23 [first draft].
The post office and the serpent, Tms with A emendations (4pp), Tccms with A emendations (4pp), nd.
The post office and the sepent, Tms with A inscription S (5pp), 1930 October 8.
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16.9 Posterity and art, Tms [2pp], nd.
The presser, AmsS with A emendations [30pp], nd.
The presser, Ams / draft with A revisions [26pp], nd.
The prince’s portrait, AmsS with A revisions (24pp), 1938 September 8-15.
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16.10 [The princess of Kingdom Gone] The princess of Little Kingdom, AmsS with A revisions [9pp], nd.
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gf 5 The princess of kingdom gone, Galley proofs [3pp], nd.
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17.1 Prompt payment, Tccms (11pp), nd.
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17.2 Purl & plain, AmsS (21pp), nd.
[Purl and Plain], Tccms with A emendations (17pp), nd.
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17.3 Quandry no. 43, Tccms [1p], nd.
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gf 5 The quiet woman, Galley proofs with A corrections [5pp], nd.
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* The rejection, Ams workings [6pp], 1949 July 2. [*Missing 4/2012]
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17.4 Reputation: Short outline treatment, Tccms (14pp), 1949 February 10.
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17.5 Return match, Tccms (18pp), nd.
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17.4 [Review of] A Saturday life by Radclyffe Hall, AmsI with A emendations [2pp], nd.
[Review of] Letters on poetry: W. B. Yeats to Dorothy Wellesley, Ams / draft [4pp], 1940 September 3.
[Review of] Skeletta & The white knight by Isobel Jamieson, AmsI with A emendations [1p], nd.
[Review of] The unblek by John Pettavel, Ams with A revisions [1p], 1950 July 10.
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17.6 Rifki, AmsS with A corrections [10pp], nd.
Rifki, TccmsS (7pp), nd.
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17.7 The ring of trouble, Tms (22pp), nd.
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17.8 Rocky and the baliff, Tccms with A emendations (10pp), nd.
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17.9 The rogue [poem], Ams [1p], Tccms [1p], nd.
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17.10 Rose amber, Tms with few A emendations (50pp), Tccms with few A emendations (50pp), nd.
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17.11 Rudolph, Tccms with A emendations [1p], nd.
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17.12 Secret business, Tccms (11pp), nd.
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17.13 Short stories of Anton Tchehov, Ams with A revisions [18pp], 1921 February 9.
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17.14 The short story, Composite A and Tms with A revisions [22pp], nd.
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18.1 Sidelights on the S[hort] S[tory], Tms with A revisions, 1950 March 19.
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18.2 Six sad men, Tccms (8pp), nd.
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18.3 The smith of Pretty Peter, Tccms (20pp), nd.
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18.4 Smulvey at the junction, Ams / inc with A revisions (17pp), 1939 October 2.
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18.5 Sofa one, sofa two, AmsS with A emendations (16pp), 1936 May 14-29.
Sofa one, sofa two, Tccms (13pp), nd.
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18.6 Some aspects of the short story, Tms with A emendations and T inserts [26pp], nd.
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18.7 Some talk of Alexander, Tccms with A emendations (11pp), nd.
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18.8 Something in B flat, Ams [1p], nd.
[Stay, O Stay] Entreaty, Tccms [1p], nd.
Stay, O Stay [poem], 2 Tccmss [1p each], nd.
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18.9 [A study in chalk], Ams with A revisions and 2 A inserts [18pp], 1945 September 6.
A study in chalk, Tms (12pp), nd.
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18.10-11 The Sullens sisters, Ams / early version with A revisions [75pp in grey exercise book], Ams / revised version with A revisions [53pp in 2 notebooks], 1945 January 15, 1946 January 3.
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18.11 The Sullens sisters, Tccms with few A corrections (41pp), nd.
The Sullens sisters, Tms with few A emendations (41pp), nd.
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18.12 Suppliant [poem], Tccms with A emendation [1p], Tccms [1p], nd.
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18.13 Sweet enemy, Tms (17pp), nd.
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19.1 Tanil, AmsS with heavy A revisions (25pp), 1922 March 20.
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19.2 Tapsters tapestry, AmsS with A revisions (63pp), 1936 December 8-1937 February 24.
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19.3 Tapsters tapestry, Tccms (48pp), nd.
Tapsters Tapestry, 2 Tccmss (48pp each), nd.
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19.4 That fellow Tolstoy, AmsS with A revisions (38pp), 1927 July 12-20.
That fellow Tolstoi!, Tccms (36pp), nd.
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19.5 The third prize, Tccms (13pp), nd.
The third prize, Composite A and Tccms with A revisions [14pp], nd.
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19.6 The three captains, 3 Tccmss (10pp each), nd.
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19.7 The three widows, Tms (9pp), nd.
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19.8 The threshold [poem], Tccms [1p], Printed version with A title [1p], nd.
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20.1 The tiger, Ams with A revisions [5pp], nd.
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20.2 Time’s sweet use, Tccms (11pp), nd.
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20.3 The tinker [poem], Tccms with A emendations [1p], Tccms [1p], nd.
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20.4 To my little Marisco: A letter about all this natural history, AmsS with A revisions [3pp], Ams with A revisions [3pp], 1950 June 21.
To my little Marisco: A letter about all this natural history, Tms (6pp), [1950].
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20.5 To one unknown and gone, Tccms [1p], nd.
To one unknown and gone [poem], 2 Tccmss [1p each], nd.
The trumpeters, Ams with heavy A revisions [6pp], nd.
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gf 5 The trumpeters, Galley proofs [2pp], nd.
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20.5 The two wretches, AmsS with heavy A revisions [48pp], nd.
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20.6 Uncle Hobart, Tccms with few a emendations (8pp), nd.
The unfortunate miller [poem], Tccms [2pp], Printed version for The London Mercury with A emendation [1p], nd.
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20.7 Variation, Tms with A emendations (22pp), nd.
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gf 5 Variation, Galley proofs (5pp), nd.
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20.7 [Variation] A variation on a theme, Tccms with A emendations (22pp), nd.
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20.8 Vincent’s pride, AmsS with A emendations (25pp), 1933 February 2-3.
Vincent’s pride, Tccms (19pp), nd.
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20.9 Visit to Russia, Ams [36pp], 1952.
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20.10 Walt Whitman. Born May 31, 1819, Tms (4pp), nd.
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20.11 The Watercress girl, Ams [22pp], Tms with A emendations [16pp].
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20.12 The way to Tipperary, Tccms [3pp], nd.
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21.1 Weep not, my wanton, Proofs [4pp], nd.
Weep not, my wanton, Tms (4pp), nd.
Weep not, my wanton, TmsS (5pp), nd.
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21.2 The well, Tccms [2pp], nd.
The well [poem], 2 Tccmss [1p each], nd.
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21.3 "Were deceivers ever," AmsS with A emendations (22pp), 1935 April 3-17.
Were deceivers ever, Tccms (27pp), nd.
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21.4 What can I do? Tccms (32pp), nd.
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21.5 A Wildgoose chase, AmsS with A emendations (39pp), nd.
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21.6 Willie Waugh, AmsS with A revisions [15pp], nd.
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21.7 Wilt thou leave me thus? AmsS with A revisions (28pp), nd.
Wilt thou leave me thus? 3 Tccmss with A emendations and A insert [28pp each], nd.
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gf 5 Wilt thou leave me thus? Galley proofs with A corrections (8pp), nd.
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21.8 Winter field [poem], Ams [1p], Tccms [1p], nd.
Winter field [poem], Tms, 1926.
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21.9 Woman versus women, Tccms (53pp), nd.
Woman versus women, Tms (53pp), nd.
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21.10 Writing the literary story, Tccms (5pp), nd.
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21.11 Your living thoughts, Tccms (2pp), 1956 March 6.

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Works 1-20:

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22.1 Works 1: [Jingalo Jenny and other poems], T and Tccmss with A emendations, 1938-1941.
Works 2: [Poems], Tccmss with A emendations, nd.
Works 3: [Review of the Tolstoy home], Tms with TLS and TccL, 1950.
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22.2 Works 4: [Early poems], A, T, and Tccmss with A emendations, 1902-1904.
Works 5: [Twelve poems], Amss / drafts, some with A revisions, 1920.
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22.3 Works 6: [Poems of the early twenties], Ams / drafts with A revisions, 1922-1925.
Works 7: [Verses of the Twenties and Thirties], Ams / drafts with A revisions and workings, 1922-1932.
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22.4 Works 8: [Poems 1930-1951], Ams / drafts with A revisions and workings, 1930-1951.
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22.5 Works 9: [Poems of the fifties], Tmss with A emendation, 1920-1956.
Works 10: [Five poems], Amss, one signed, with A emendations, 3 nd, 1916 January 31, 1937 June 20.
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22.6 Works 11: [Verses], Ams / drafts with A revisions, nd.
Works 12: Collected poems, A, T, and Tccms with few A emendations [100pp], 1928.
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22.7 Works 13: [Seven poems], Ams / drafts with A revisions [7pp], nd except one dated 1953 December 30.
Works 14: [Poems], Tmss with A emendations [5pp], nd.
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22.8 Works 15: [Reviews], Tmss with few Amss, nd.
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23.1 Works 16: [Literature and the people], Tms with A emendations [3pp], [1938 May 20].
Works 17: [Review of Chekhov by Robert Hingley], Ams / draft and notes with A revisions [8pp], [1950].
Works 18: [Review of Traveller’s samples, by Frank O’Connor], Ams / draft and notes with A revisions, [7pp], [1951].
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23.2 Works 19: The game of consequences by A. E. Coppard and others, A, T, and Tccmss [8mss], [1932].

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Letters:

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23.3 AL / draft to [Unidentified recipient], 1932 October 8.
AL / draft to [Unidentified recipient], 1949 April 27.
2 ALS to [unidentified recipient] Algy, 1919 August 15, 1919 October 15.
AL / draft to [unidentified recipient] E. J., nd.
TL / draft to [unidentified editor], 1920 February 10.
ALS to [Unidentified recipient], 1919 August 28.
ALS to [unidentified printer], 1929 December 10.
ALS to [Unidentified recipient], 1930 May 29.
TccL to [unidentified recipient] Gerald, 1937 June 23.
TccL to [unidentified recipient], 1942 December 13.
AL / draft to [unidentified recipient], 1951 June 22.
TccL to [Unidentified recipients], 1949 July 4.
[Unidentified work], AL / draft to [Suddaby, Donald], nd.
ALS to Atkinson, Miss, 1931 September 14.
ALS to Bason, Fred[eric T.], 1951 December 12.
2 ALS, 13 ALI to Bates, [Herbert Ernest], 1928-1932.
TccL to Berg, Leila, 1953 December 7.
10 ALS, 2 ALI, 1 TLS to [Bertram], Anthony, 1921-1945.
ALS to Blodgett, Mr, 1929 April 22.
TccL to Blodgett, Harold, 1938 April 6.
3 TccL to B[ritish] B[roadcasting] C[orporation], 1947 September 2, 1947 September 12, 1953 March 4.
TccL to British Forces Network, 1950 October 2. .
TccL to Brittain, _____, 1935 August 9.
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23.4 27 ALS, 4 ALI, 2 TLS, 1 ANS to Cape, Jonathan, 1923-1950.
4 TLS, 21 TccL to Cape (Jonathan) Ltd., 1938-1950.
TccL with A note to Cassell & Co., Ltd., 1937 January 2.
9 ALS "Uncle Alf" to [Chester, Alfred] "Alfy," 1928-1937.
16 ALS, 1 ALS / inc, 1 APCS to [Chester, Emily (Coppard)] "Em," 2 nd, 1912-1954.
ALS to [Chester, Emily (Coppard)] "Em," 1935 March 25.
8 ALS to [Chester], Margaret, 1919-1927.
2 ALS "Alf" to [Chester], Will, 1920 October [?] 2, 1956 August 3.
TLS to Chodorov, Edward, 1956 September 21.
ALS to Clark, _____, 1928 September 12.
2 TccL to Conklin, Groff, 1952 September 8, 1953 October 1.
2 ALS to [Coppard, Emily Alma] "Mum," nd, 1923 January 7.
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23.5 116 ALS, 1 AN, 2 APC, 1 Printed PC "Alf" To Coppard, George A., 1922-1956.
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23.6 27 TL / copies, 1 TL / copy / inc to [Coppard] Lily [Anne], 1921-1924.
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23.7 Letters to Coppard, Winifred de Kok, 36 items, 1 inc d, 1927-1929.
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23.4 1 ALS, 1 TccL to Croft-Cooke, Rupert, 1947 March 29, 1951 June 15.
TccL to The Czecho-Slovak Literary & Theatrical Agency, 1952 September 3.
4 TccL to Czytelnik, Spóldzielnia wydawniczo-óswiatowa, 1955 October 13, 1955 December 8, 1956 April 16, 1956 April 18.
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23.8 APCS to Dalan & Co., Ltd., 1930 May 2 [postmark].
TccL to Dent (J. M.) & Sons Ltd., directed to John Hadfield, 1935 November 27.
8 TccL to Derleth, August [William], 1944-1947.
TccL to Douglalss, Jane, 1952 April 28.
3 TccL to Elek (Paul) Ltd., 1947 June 9, 1947 August 9, 1949 October 18.
TccL to Faber & Faber Ltd., 1949 January 28.
ALS to Feller, _____, 1930 July 30.
6 TccL to Fisk, Earl E., 1945-1947.
TccL to Fondal Literar al Scriitorilor Din R. P. R., 1956 March 16.
ALS to Fraser, _____, 1930 January 15.
2 TccL to G. K. & Bros., 1955 April 21, 1956 January 26.
2 TccL to The Garden City Press Ltd., 1943 April 27, 1944 June 13.
2 TccL to Gaye, Fenwick, 1934 March 21, 1934 April 24.
TccL to The Golden Cockerel Press, 1922 June 2.
ALS, ALI to [Golding], Louis, 1920 May 17, 1922 June 14.
TccLS to [Gt. Brit.] The Ministry of Labour & National Services, 1942 September 12.
2 TccL to Guild Books, 1953 December 16, 1953 December 19.
TccL to Gunston, David, 1953 April 5.
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24.1 2 TccL to Harper’s Bazaar, 1944 November 2, 1945 March 28.
TccL to Harris, L., 1956 April 13.
3 TccL to Hart-Davis (Rupert) Ltd., 1953 December 16, 1853 December 30, 1954 January 1.
3 TccL to Harvest, 1949 April 14, 1949 April 21, 1951 February 9.
3 TccL to Hopkins, [Kenneth], 1937 April 21, 1937 April 28, 1937 May 27.
TccL to Horniblow, Sidney F., 1944 August 26.
ALS to House, Mr., 1933 February 16.
4 ALS to Howard, _____, 1923 May 27, 1930 July 14, 1931 April 22, 1931 June 26.
ALS to Hussey, Dyneley, 1923 July 16.
TccL to International Literature, 1938 October 21.
4 TccL to The International Press Agency (Pty) Ltd., 1948 October 21, 1948 November 4, 1948 December 3, 1949 March 21.
TccL to International Questionaire [sic.], 1956 February 4.
ALS to Joiner, FC, 1936 July 4.
4 TccL to Kark, Leslie, 1948 April 21, 1948 April 24, 1948 May 26, 1948 November 23.
TccL to Kartun, Derek, 1955 August 11.
7 TccL to Kirk, S[tanley] Malcolm, 1950-1953.
TccL to Klusakova, Olga, 1952 September 3.
TccL to Knights, Harry, 1950 December 27.
3 TccL to Knopf, Alfred, 1949 January 15, 1951 January 15, 1951 January 28.
8 TccL to Knopf (Alfred A.) Incorporated, 1946-1948.
ALS to Kurath, Mrs. Hans, 1932 February 9.
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24.2 TccL to The Editor, London Mercury, 1922 November 10.
TccLS to Lorac, [Edith Caroline Rivett], 1951 May 30.
2 TccL to Lyons, Kevin, 1947 September 26, 1947 October 2.
3 ALS to Macan, _____, 1931 February 23, 1932 April 21, 1933 February 7.
ALS to Macan, Miss, 1933 June 12.
2 TccL to Mannin, Ethel [Edith], 1951 September 28, 1951 October 4.
TccL to Martin, Nancy, 1949 February 17.
18 ALS, 1 ALI to Mason, re Yokohama Garland, 1925-1932.
4 TccL to Matson, Harold, 1946 September 16, 1946 September 25, 1947 January 9, 1947 February 10.
2 TccL to Megroz, [Rodolphe Louis], 1947 November 26, 1947 November 29.
3 TccL to Methuen & Co., Ltd., 1944 February 4, 1950 October 5, 1953 December 19.
TccL to [Meynell, Mrs. Alice Christiana (Thompson)], 1922 January 7.
5 ALS to Monro, [Harold], 1921 March 16, 1921 June 17, 1921 September 12, 1922 March 1, 1930 May 12.
2 TccL to Moore, Reginald, 1945 October 17, 1947 January 9.
TccL to [O’Brien], Edward, 1934 September 21.
TccL to Odhams Press Ltd., 1948 November 19.
4 TccL to Oxford University Press, 1946 February 18, 1946 April, 1948 April 7, 1948 April 21.
2 TccL to Pauker, Edmund, 1956 September 2, 1956 September 25.
9 TccL to Penguin Books Ltd., 1946-1953.
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24.3-4 [Letters to Peters (A. D.)], Literary Agent, 299 ALS, 53 ALI, TL, 132 TLS, 4 TLI, TccL / copy, APCS, 8 APCI, 1926-1957.
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24.3 2 ALS to Peters [(A. D.), Literary Agent], 1927 December 6, 1928 October 16.
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24.5 87 TccL with occasional autograph notes to Peters (A. D.), Literary Agent, 1938-1950.
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24.6 17 TccL to Peters (A. D.), Literary Agent, 1946-1948.
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24.2 2 TccL to Popular Publications, 1950 April 13, 1950 November 10.
TccL to Publishers Association of Gt. Britain & Ireland, 1956 May 28.
2 TccL to Pudney, John, 1948 September 27, 1948 November 4.
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25.1 TccL to The Reader’s Digest, 1949 May 23.
TccL to Ready, Will, 1956 April 5.
TLS to Richards, (Grant), Ltd., 1919 June 20.
TccL to Rokotov, T., 1939 May 5.
2 TccL to Rutter, _____, 1937 June 22, 1937 June 30.
2 TccL to Saul, George Brandon, 1932 November 14, 1935 September 13.
APCI to Schwartz, J[acob], 1930 October 28 [postmark].
1 ALS, 2 ALI to Schwartz, Jake, 1930 July 25, 1930 December 3, 1932 March 29 [postmark].
ALS to Shelton, _____, 1955 April 19.
7 ALS "Buck" to [Sidgwick, Frank], 1924-1940.
AL / draft to Stone, _____, 1930 May 25.
TccL to Stuart, _____, 1936 January 15.
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25.2-3 [Letters to Taylor, Gay], 55 ALS, 1 ALS / inc, 121 ALI, 23 AL, 5 AL / inc, 3 AN, 3 APCS, 1 APC, 1 Telegram, 18 nd, 1 inc d, 1921-1928.
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25.1 ALS to Thompson, _____, 1931 August 29.
TL to The Editor, The Times, 1951 April 2.
3 TLS to Titus, Edward W., 1929 October 29, 1931 November 6, 1932 January 20.
TccL to Twist, _____, 1949 March 5.
TccL to The Editor, United Nations News, 1951 September 13.
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25.4 TccL to Vaquer, Eugenio, 1947 March 12.
TccL to Wagenknecht, Edward, 1946 April 15.
TccL to Watt (A. P.) & Son, 1953 July 29.
ALS to Wilson, _____, 1928 March 21. .
4 ALS to Wren-Howard, _____, 1923 June 24, 1931 October 11, 1931 October 29, 1931 December 1.

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Recipient:

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25.5 [Unidentified author]. 2 ALS Albert to [Coppard] "Alf," 1936 January 15, 1936 February 25.
[Unidentified author]. 2 ALS Bernard to Coppard, 1939 June 17, 1939 October 22.
[Unidentified author]. ALS, 6 TL Evelyn to [Coppard] "Flynn," 4 nd, 3 inc d.
[Unidentified author], 4 ALS Harry to [Coppard] "Alf," _____ August 18, 1934 March 29, 1934 October 14, 1935 November 24.
[Unidentified author], ALS "Charlie" to [Coppard] "Cousin Alf," 1932 April 10.
[Unidentified author], TLS Don to [Coppard, Alfred Edgar] "Flynn," 1935 September 18, 1939 October 23, [1939] November 11.
[Unidentified author], 2 TLS Karel to [Coppard, Alfred Edgar] "Flynn," 1949 February 11, 1949 March 25.
[Unidentified author], ALS May to Coppard, 1934 October 11.
[Unidentified author], 1 ALS, 3 ALI, 1 TLS, 1 APCI to Coppard, 2 nd, 1934-1951.
[Unidentified authors], ALS Bernard, FAZ, and W. F. S. to Coppard, 1926 June 25.
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25.6 The A. B. C. Writer’s Course. TLS M. Hamilton (Principal) to Coppard, 1922 January 12.
Abbott, C[laude] Colleer, 1889-. 4 ALS to Coppard, 1930 January 29, 1930 February 8, 1930 February 20, 1930 November 23.
The Adams (George Matthew) Service. TLS to Coppard, 1931 March 23.
The Adelphi. ALS, TLS, APCS to Coppard, 1924 November 12, 1925 January 9, 1925 January 28.
Appleton (D.) & Company. ALS, TLS Walter Maber to Coppard, 1925 May 18, 1926 May 18.
Argus South African Newspapers Limited. TLS to Coppard, 1936 July 14.
Arizona. Department of Public Instruction. 2 TLS Lillian B. Johnston (Director of Instruction) to Coppard, 1950 December 21, 1951 January 31.
Armstrong, Martin [Donisthorpe], 1882-, 3 ALS, 5 ALI, 1 TLS, 2 APCI to Coppard, 2 nd, 1923-1929.
[Armstrong, Terence Ian Fytton], 1912-. 2 ALS, 1 FLS "John Gawsworth" to Coppard, 1934 Autumn, 1952 January 9, 1952 January 12.
Arkham House: Publishers. 17 TLS to Coppard, 1944-1955.
The Arts Council of Great Britain. 4 TLS to Coppard, 1950 September 6, 1950 October 24, 1951 May 9, 1951 July 10.
The Atlantic Monthly. 3 TLS to Coppard, 1924 December 29, 1925 February 18, 1925 March 20.
Australian Army Staff. TLS F. George Sutton to Coppard, 1945 April 5.
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25.7 Barker Vernon Duckworth. 4 TLS to Coppard, 1934 September 7, 1934 October 11, 1934 October 14, 1935 December 12.
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32.5 Bates, H[erbert] E[rnest], 1905-. 30 ALS to Coppard, 1928-1930.
Bates, H[erbert] E[rnest], 1905-. ALS to Coppard, 1931 December 31.
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25.7 Bayly, Charles Jr., ALS to Coppard, _____ September 30.
Bell (G.) & Sons, Ltd. 2 ALS E. H. Ryle to Coppard, 1925 March 19, 1925 March 26.
Berg, Leila. 2 ALS to Coppard, 1953 December 1, 1953 December 28.
The Bermondsey Book. 4 TLS Frederick W. Heath to Coppard, 1926 December 9, 1927 March 23, 1927 April 7, 1927 June 20.
Betjeman, John, 1906-. APCS to Coppard, 1944 March 24.
Binder, Pearl. 13 ALS, 1 TLS, 1 APCS, 1 APC to Coppard, 1934-1936.
Blackie & Son Limited. TLS E. Adam to Coppard, 1954 June 29.
Blodgett, Harold [William], 1900-. ALS, TLS to Coppard, 1938 March 24, 1938 April 20.
Bowen, Elizabeth, 1899-. 6 ALS, 1 TLS, 3 APCS to Coppard, 1 inc d, 1932-1937.
Brandt & Brandt. 2 TLS to Coppard, 1926 February 19, 1936 July 30.
The British Broadcasting Corporation. 31 TLS to Coppard, 1925-1956.
British Forces Network. 2 TLS to Coppard, 1950 September 29, 1950 October 13.
Brown, Michael Barrett. ALS to Coppard, 1931 June 28.
Bullett, Gerald [William], 1894-. 4 ALS, 1 ALI, 2 TLS to Coppard, 1924-1951.
Burk, Michael. TLS to Coppard, 1939 May 18.
Burke, T[homas], 2 TLS to Coppard, [Alfred Edgar], nd, 1921 August 12.
Burrell, [John] Angus, ALS to Coppard, [Alfred Edgar], 1932 February 5.
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26.1 The Calendar, ALS, TLS Edgell Rickword (Editor) to Coppard, (Alfred Edgar), 1925 January 23, 1925 February 30.
Cape (Jonathan) Ltd., 38 TLS, 1 TPCS to Coppard, A[lfred] E[dgar], 1926 - 1955; Included with these : TccL copies to and from Cape re Coppard; 11 royalty reports and invoices.
Cassell & Company, Ltd., TLS Desmond Flower (Director) to Coppard, A[lfred] E[dgar], 1936 December 31.
The Centaur Book Shop, 2 TLS Harold Mason to Coppard, A[lfred] E[dgar], 1931 February 17, 1931 February 26.
Century Play Company, Inc., Correspondence with Coppard, A[lfred] E[dgar] re dramatization of his short story Judith, 1934-1935, Includes letters from Audrey Wood, T. F. Kane, and memorandum of agreement with Walter Hart, the playwritght.
Chambrun, Jacques, TLS to A. E. Coppard, 1946 December 9.
Chapman (G. Ken) Ltd., 7 TLS, 1948-1956.
[Chester, Emily (Coppard)], 2 ALS "Em" to "Alf" [Coppard, Alfred Edgar], [1932 December 19], 1936 February 9.
The Christian Science Monitor, TLS, 1932 October 21.
Church, Richard, 3 ALS, 1935 November 15, 1937 June 26, 1937 June 29.
Clarion, TLS Tom Stephenson (Assistant Editor), 1934 June 13.
Cleverdon, Douglas, 2 TLS, 1930 November 7, 1930 November 14, written on TLS November 7: Ams / draft of note by Coppard re pink furniture.
Clyne, Ronald, TLS, 1947 March 22.
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26.2 College of Authors, TLS, 1956 May 29.
Columbia University Press, ALS Frederick Coykendall (Director), 1931 April 11.
Concord Magazine, 2 TLS Dereke Kartun (Editor), 1955 August 10, 1955 August 29.
Conklin, Groff, TS, 1952 November 25 [postmark].
[Coppard], George [A.], 22 ALS, 1 nd, 1932-1937.
[Coppard], Julia, 4 ALS to "Dad" [Coppard, A. E.], 3 nd, ___ June 12.
[Coppard], Kit, 3 ALS "Dad" [Coppard, A. E.], nd, 1939 March 9, 1939 May 10.
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26.3 [Coppard], Lily Anne, 21 TL / copies, 28 TPC / copies, 1921, included with these: 2 TL / extracts / copies to J.W.
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26.2 The Cornhill Magazine, ALS "The Editor", 1922 September 14.
Country Life, ALS, TLS, 1926 August 4, 1926 September 3.
Cournos, John, 6 ALS, 1 TLS, 1 nd, 1 inc d, 1927-1928.
Cowles, Frederick I[gnatius], 2 TLS, 1935 October 14, 1935 October 23.
Cox, Sidney, 2 TLS, 1933 December 6, 1934 March 8.
Coyle, Kathleen, ALS, 1929 February 6.
Cranmer-Byng, L[ancelot Alfred], ALS, 1937 April 7.
The Criterion, 2 TLS, 1924 December 23, 1925 February 20.
Croft-Cooke, Rupert, TLS, 1947 March 27.
Crow, Gerald H., 3 ALS, 1 ALS, inc, nd, ___ December 23, ___ December 31, 1925 December 17.
Cunliffe, John William, TLS, 1919 April 24.
Curtis Brown Ltd., ALS Peter to "Flynn", [1950] January 3.
Czechoslovak Theatrical and Literary Agency, 2 TLS, 1955 November 28, 1955 December 22.
Czytelnik, Spoldzielnia Wydawniczo - Oswiatowa, 6 TLS Ludwik Kasinski, 1955-1956.
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26.4 The Daily News, Ltd., TLS Robert Lynd, 1932 September 5.
Dakers, Andrew Hebert, 3 TLS, 1922 April 10, 1922 May 1, 1922 November 13, included with these: 5 royalty statements.
De la Mare, Walter John, TLS, 1931 November 9.
Dench, Mrs. M. O., TLS, 1956 September 8.
Dent, (J. M.) & Sons Ltd., 4 TLS, 1935 November 12, 1935 November 25, 1935 December 3, 1935 December 18.
Derleth, August [William], 10 ALS, 1 Cablegram, 1944-1946.
The Dial, 7 TLS, 1924-1927.
Douglass, Jane, ALS, 1952 May 7, Included with this: TLS to O.P. & Son. 1956 April 16.
Duncan, Mrs. M., ALS, 1951 October 20.
Earle, Carol, 3 ALS, 1938 December 3, 1939 January 31, 1939 May 23.
Elek (Paul) Publishers Ltd., 2 TLS, 1947 June 6, 1947 August 7.
The Evening News (London), 7 TLS, 1931-1945.
The Evening News (London), TLS Stanley Tignet (Home Page Editor), 1932 May 26. Mimeograph "Quandry" enclosed.
Faber and Faber Limited, 6 TLS, 1933-1949.
Faber and Gwyer Ltd., TLS Richard de la Mare, 1927 November 18.
Farrar & Rinehart Incorporated, 2 TLS, 1936 July 10, 1937 February 12.
Filcher, Felona, TLS, 1926 September 22.
First Conference Estate Ltd, TLS W. J. Milne, 1949 September 1.
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26.5 Fisk, Earl E[llsworth], 36 TLS, 1945-1948,
Fisk, Earl E[llworth], 7 TLS, "Flynn", 1949-1951.
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26.4 Fleet Publications, 2 TLS Harold Herd, 1933 January 13, 1933 January 24.
Fletcher, John Gould, ALS, ALI, 1921 December 28, 1922 June 3.
Flockhart, Anthony W.S., TLS, 1949 September 8.
Flockhart, F. Gloria, TLS, 1949 September 1.
Fondul Literar ALS Scriitorilor Din R.P.R., TLS, 1956 January 16.
Ford, Ford Madox, 3 ALS, 3 TLS, 1 T invoice, 1 nd, 1923-1927.
Foreign Literature Review [translation of Russian title], 2 TLS , 1 telegram, 1955 March 22, 1955 October 11, 1956 January 30. One letter in Russian with translation.
Fothergill, John, ALS, T Financial statement, 1932 November 2, 1933 April 28.
Fraser, Sir Ronald, 2 ALS, 5 TLS, 1931-1932.
Friends of Bodleian, FLS Stephan Wright (Secretary), 1933 December 13.
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26.6 The Garden City Press Ltd., TLS, TLI, 1943 April 29, 1944 June 14, enclosed with TLS: Credit note.
Garstin, Crosbie, ALS, 1929 May 4.
Gibbings, Robert, APCI, 1939 March 1.
Gibbs, Norah M., TLS, 1949 September 28.
Gibson, Strickland, 3 ALS, 1933 November 17, 1933 December 14, 1934 May 19.
Gold, Jack [Richard], TLS, 1956 August 7.
The Golden Cockerel Press, 7 ALS, 1 ALI, 2 TLS, 6 Royalty statements, 1 nd, 1922-1944, enclosed with ALS 1955 January 30: TLS Lucien Guuitard to Golden Cockerel Press. Included with this: 3 FLS [duplicates] re Consequence.
Golding, Louis, 9 ALS, 1 ALS /inc, 3 APCS, 12 APCI, 9 nd, 1 inc d, 1919-1926.
Goodall, Charles Henry, ALS, 1937 October 31.
Gooden, Stephen, TLS, 1932 August 1.
Goodman, Richard, 2 ALS, 1954 June 15, 1954 June 21.
Graves, Robert, ALS, APCS, 1922 February 6 [postmark], [1923 June 2].
Grubb, G. H., 3 TLS, 1927 July 7, 1927 July 13, 1930 October 13.
Guitard, Lucien, ALS, 1955 February 16.
Gunston, David, TLS, 1953 April 1.
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26.7 The Hand and Flower Press, ALS Erica Marx, 1950 July 3.
Harline, Leigh, TLS, 1931 July 1.
Harper’s Bazaar, 1 ALS, 9 TLS, 1944-1951.
Harrap (George G.) & Company Ltd., 2 TLS F. H. Pritchard, 1932 September 6, 1932 September 8.
Hart-Davis, (Rupert) Limited, 3 TLS, 1953 December 22, 1954 January 5, 1954 January 28.
Harvest, 5 ALS Vincent Stuart (Editor), 1949 April 12, 1949 April 20, 1950 January 19, 1950 November 30, 1951 February 10.
Heginbothom, Margaret, TLS Margaret Hegintothom and Joanna Delafield, 1935 May 26.
Heid, Getraud, 2 ALS, 1954 August 27, 1956 September 13.
Holt, Constance, TLS, APCS, 1954 June 14, 1954 June 18.
Hopkins, Kenneth, 8 ALS, 1 TLS, 1937-1938.
Hoult, Norah, 1 ALS, 2 TLS, 3 APCS, 1 nd, 1931-1932.
The Hound & Horn Inc., 2 TLS Alan M. Stroock, 1930 August 12, 1930 October 9.
Housman, Laurence, 2 ALS, 1951 June 8, 1951 June 16.
Howe, (Gerald) Ltd., TLS Gerard Bullett, 1927 March 10.
Hughes, Richard, 2 ALS, 2 ANI, 1 APCI, 2 nd, ___ April 7, ___ April 12, 1921 May 9.
Hunt, Cecil, 1949 September 17.
Hutchinson & Co. (Publishers) Limited, 2 TLS Kevin V. Lyons, 1947 August 18, 1947 October 1.
Hyman, Alex, 2 ALS, 1952 July 19, 1952 July 24.
The Hypocrites Club, ALS A. Michael Hollis (Secretary), 1921 May 9.
The International Arts, ALS Marie Gallagher (Associate Editor), nd.
International English, TLS L. Harris (Editor), 1956 April 12.
International Literature, 2 TLS T. Rakotov (Editor), 1939 April 13, 1939 June 21.
The International Press Agency (PTY) Ltd., 12 TLS, 1948-1950.
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27.1 Jack, Adolphus Alfred, 6 ALS, 3 nd, 2 inc d, 1930-1935.
Jameson, Storm, ALS, 1924 March 14.
Janson-Smith, Peter, 2 ALS, ____ December 8, 1949 December 1.
Jarrolds Publishers (London) Ltd., TLS Cherry Kearton (Director), 1936 August 27.
Jeans, Marjorie, ALS, ___ November 4.
John Bull, 2 TLS D. Walwin Jones (Assistant Editor), 1956 Januarr 2, 1956 Januart 17.
John O’London’s Weekly, 1 ALS, 6 TLS, 1935-1940.
Joiner & Stelle, Ltd., TLS F. C. Joiner (Director), 1933 February 7.
Joseph, George, 4 TLS, 1936 October 8, 1936 November 10, 1936 November 14, 1937 January 16.
Joseph, (Michael) Ltd., 2 TLS, 1936 November 26, 1937 March 1.
Kapp, Yvonne, 2 TLS, 1938 November 19, [1938] November 23.
The Kark (Norman) Publications, 7 TLS, 1 Telegram Leslie Kark, 1948-1949.
Kersh, Gerald, TLS, 1935 December 16.
Kester, Katherine, TLS, 1953 June 8.
Kidlington Historical Pageant, 3 ALS, 6 TLS, 1 TL, 1930-1931.
Knights, Harry, 3 TLS, nd, 1950 September 8, 1950 December 28.
Knopf (Alfred A.), Inc., 6 TLS, 6 Royalty reports, 1 Invoice, 1922-1955, Included with these: Contract between Coppard and Knopf. 1922 March 18.
Knopf (Alfred A.) Incorporated, 8 TLS, 1946-1948.
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27.2 Lay, C[ecil] H., 15 ALS, 1 ALI, 7 TLS, 1 inc d, 1933-1937.
Lay, Joan, 2 ALS, nd.
Levine, Isaac, ALS, 1925 June 8.
Lindsay, Jack, 2 TLS, 1 ANS, 1938 October 19, Enclosed with ANS: Tccms questionnaire.
The Listener, ALS J. R. Ackerley (Literary Editor), 1949 June 2.
London County Council, 3 TLS, 1927 August 23, 1927 August 28, 1927 November 6.
The London Mercury, Ltd., ANS J. C. Squire, [1926 January 12].
London Writer Circle, 2 TLS Marjorie Harris (Secretary), 1955 October 24, 1955 October 28, included with these: Printed program with ANS L. A. Blanckensee to Coppard.
Lorac, Edith Caroline Rivett, ALS, 1951 May 29.
Low (Sampson), Marston & Co., Ltd., TLI, 1948 January 22.
The Lyceum Club, Invitation, nd.
Lynch, Henry, ALS, 1935 January 3.
Lynch, Ilbery, ALS, [1921 May 14].
Lyons (J.) & Co., Ltd., TLS W. Buchanan-Taylor (Publicity Manager), 1933 October 4.
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27.3 Maclaren, Hamish, 7 ALS, 7 ALI, 1 TLS, 1 APCS, 15 nd, 1932 June 6.
Macmillan & Co., Ltd., TLS, 1937 March 16.
Malleson, Miles, ALS, 1953 April 8.
Mannin, Ethel [Edith], 2 TLS, 3 TLI, 1 TPCS, 3 TPCI, 2 nd, 1935-1951.
Megroz, Rodolphe Louis, 1 ALS, 3 TLS, 1932 March 30, 1947 November 18, 1947 November 27, 1947 December 1.
Methuen & Co. Ltd., 6 TLS, 1 Royalty statement, 1 Bill, 1940-1954.
Miller, Alec, 2 ALS, nd, [1926] November 30.
[Monro, Harold], TccL, 1922 March 15.
Monro, Harold, TLS, 1923 January 10.
Moore, Reginald, 10 TLS, 1 TPCI, 1945-1947.
Morcall, A. N., TLS, 1927 March 14.
Moult, Thomas, 14 ALS, 13 TLS, 4 APCS, 3 nd, 1919-1956.
Murry, John Middleton, ALS, TLS, 1924 February 3, 1925 February 10.
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27.4 Nathan (Fernand), Editeur, TLS Pierre Nathan, 1955 February 21. In French.
National Library for the Blind, 2 FLS 0. I. Prince (Secretary and Librarian), 1932 August 2, 1933 November 21.
Nevill (Peter) Ltd., 26 TLS S. Malcolm Kirk, 2 nd, 1950-1953.
The New Coterie, 3 ALS Russell Green, nd, 1925 November 5, 1926 January 19.
The New Republic, 1 ALS, 8 TLS Ridgely Torrence, 1925-1930.
The New Statesman and Nation, 3 TLS, 1930 October 23, 1932 April 14, 1937 July 9.
Nicoll, Allardyce, ALS, nd.
O’Brien, Edward Joseph Harrington, 2 ALS, 1 ALI, 3 TLS, 1 TLI, 1925-1934.
O’Brien, Romer, ALS, 1925 June 11.
Odhams Press Ltd. Book Department, 6 TLS, 1 T / notice of payment, 1 nd, 1948-1949.
O’Donovan, Michael, TLS Frank O-Connor [pseud.], 1956 March 24.
O’Faolain, Sean, 4 ALS, 1 TLS, nd, 1932 March 5, 1932 March 11, [1932] April 22, 1932 April 29.
Olivier, Sydney [Haldane Oliver, baron], ALS, 1918 November 12.
Oxford University Press, 5 TLS, 1 TccFLS, 1935-1948.
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27.5 The P.E.N., 1 ALS, 2 TLS, 1934 May 3, 1934 May 18, 1935 August 30.
The Pacific Spectator, TLS Robert C. North (Managing Editor), 1956 June 20.
Pattison & Brewer, 7 TLS, 1 Court summons, 1934-1936.
Pauker, Edmond, 3 TLS, 1956 August 28, 1956 September 12, 1956 September 21.
Payne, Wyndham, 4 ALS, 1927 May 3, 1927 May 7, 1927 October 12, 1927 October 21.
Penguin Books Limited, 1 AL / copy, 13 TLS, 3 Royalty statements, 1943-1954.
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27.6 Peters (A. D.), Literary Agent, 3 ALS, 250 TLS, 1 Mimeo DS with T entries, 21 Financial statements, 2 inc d, 1932-1956.
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27.7 Peters (A. D.), TLS re Dunky Fitlow, 1933 August 19, Included with this: TL / copy from Cape to Peters dated 1933 August 18. Also included: TccL from Coppard to Peters dated 1933 August 22.
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27.8 Peters (A. D.), 3 TLS, 1933 September 14, 1942 September 16, 1942 September 16.
Peters (A. D.), TLS, 1941 January 13.
Peters (A. D.), 25 TLS, 1946-1948.
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27.5 Philpot (A. M.) Publishers Ltd., TLS, 1925 May 8.
Popular Publications Inc., 6 TLS Mary Gnaedinger (Editor), 1950 - 1951.
Porter, A. Ernest, ALS, 1920 June 11.
Powys, Albert Reginald, ALS, APCS, 1928 July 13, 1935 July 30.
Priestley, John Boynton, TLS, 1925 March 5.
Prokosch, Frederic, 3 ALS, 1931 March 3, 1931 November 21, 1936 February 22.
The Publishers’ Association of Gt., Britain & Ireland, TLS, 1956 July 18.
Pudney, John, 3 TLS, 1948 September 24, 1948 October 26, 1948 November 15.
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28.1 Raman, A. S., TccFLS, 1948 May 25.
Randell, Pauline, 2 ALS, 1949 September 23, 1949 October 3.
Raverat, Gwendolen Mary Darwin, 3 ALS, 2 nd, ___ March 26.
Read, Sir Herbert, ALS, 1922 April 6.
Reader’s Digest, 5 TLS Fulton Oursler (Senior Editor), 1949 March 15, 1949 May 27, 1949 June 6, 1949 August 17, 1949 September 15.
Ready, W. U., ALS, [1956] May 10.
Reuters Limited, 2 TLS W. W. Murray (Secretary), 1925 April 17, 1925 April 21.
Richmond, Kenneth, ALS, 1925 March 12.
Rickword, Edgell, Als, 1925 January 14.
Roberts, William, ALS, ___ April 21.
[Roberts, Ursula (Wyllie)], ALS "Susan Miles", 1953 June 1.
Rutter, Owen, 4 ALS, 1932 December 20, 1935 September 15, 1935 October 3, 1935 October 17.
Sassoon, Siegried Lorraine, ALS, 1931 November 25.
The Saturday Review, 6 TLS, 1 Telegram, 1922-1925.
Saul, George Brandon, 7 ALS, 5 TLS, 1 inc d, 1932-1936, enclosed with ALS 1932 October 7: ALS Saul to Asa Don Dickinson. 1932 September 10.
Schmid-Schmidsfelden, M. C., ALS, 1932 December 20.
Scott, Catharine Amy Dawson, 3 ALS, ___ July 26, ___ August 4, 1927 October 3.
Scouller, Ed, 2 ALS, 1927 June 27, 1927 July 26.
Scribner’s (Charles) Sons, TLS John Hall Wheelock, 1946 January 22.
Shiel, Matthew Phipps, ALS, 1935 July 17.
Simon and Schuster, Inc., TLS Leon Shimkin, 1936 September 2, Included with this: Agreement between Schuster and Coppard re article for Getting into print. TmsS / copy. 1936 September 15.
The Spectator, 3 ALS, 6 TLS, 3 nd, 2 inc d, 1924-1930.
Stead, William Force, 2 ALS, 2 ALI, Inclomplete dates.
Steele, Alan, ALS, 1930 July 14.
Stern, Cladys Bronwyn, 3 ALS, 2 TLS, 1931 - 1932.
Strand Magazine, Invitation, For 1946 December 23.
Strong, Leonard Alfred George, 2 ALS, 1 TLI, 1923 July 2, 1925 June 4, 1934 December 14.
Sturman, L.G., ALS, 1931 May 13.
Sunday Dispatch, 7 TLS, 1935.
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28.2 Thompson, Edmund Burke, ALS, TLS, 1936 March 25, 1937 April 25.
Thompson (J. Walter) Company, TLS, 1952 September 26.
Time and Tide, 5 TLS, 1934 March 7, 1934 March 26, 1934 April 23, 1934 April 27, 1934 June 7.
Tonn, G., TLS, 1925 March 27.
Towne, Charles Hanson, ALS, 1925 May 7.
The Translatlantic Review, 1 ALI, 2 TLS, 1923 February 1, 1924 February 26, 1926 April 29, ALI and one TLS by Ford Madox Ford.
Trevelyan, Robert Calverley, 2 ALS, 1937 May 25, 1937 May 31.
Twist, Derek, 2 ALS, 2 TLS, 1 Telegram, [1949] January 28, 1949 February 3, 1949 February 7, 1949 February 21, 1949 March 1.
Untermeyer, Louis, 2 TLS, 1924 November 24, 1924 December 2, AL / draft of Coppard at bottom of November 24 letter.
VanDruten, John [William], 5 ALS, 2 TLS, 1 APCS, 1931-1932.
Vaquer, Eugenio, 2 TLS, 1947 March 3, 1947 March 19.
Vincent, C., ALS, 1934 August 21.
Vogue, 3 TLS, 1950 October 19, 1950 October 24, 1953 October 26.
Voices, APCI, 1920 January 25.
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28.3 Wagenknecht, Edward, TLS, 1946 April 4.
Ward , Lock & Co., Ltd., 2 TLS A. Hutchinson, 1920 May 8, 1920 August 22.
Watt (A. P.) & Son, 2 TLS Patricia Butler, 1953 July 28, 1953 July 30.
Waugh, Evelyn, ALS, [1931 November 14].
The Weekend-end Review, TLS, 1933 August 29.
[Wells, Geoffrey Harry], TccLS Geoffrey West [pseud.], 1934 February 26.
Whitaker, Mrs. Mary, 10 ALS Malachi Whitaker [psued.], 1932-1934.
The White Owl Press, TLS, 1933 July 5.
Williams, Oscar, TLS, 1945 November 10.
Wilshire, Lewis, TLS, 1948 December 4, enclosed with this: Tcc / list of authors.
The Windmill, TL, 1946 March 29.
Wollman, Maurice, FLS, 1936 October 10.
World Review, TLS Desmond Fitzgerald (Editor), 1950 May 25.
The Writer, 3 TLS A. N. Bowler (Editor), 1937 March 30, 1937 April 21, 1937 June 3.
The Writer, 3 TLS, 1948 January 19, 1949 August 29, 1949 September 22.
Writer Circles’ Summer School, 8 TLS, 1949.

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Recipients 1

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32.6 Coppard, Alfred Edgar, [Letters from contemporary authors], 1924-1944, Contents: TLS from J.B. Priestley, ALS from John Betjeman, 2 ALS, 2 ALI from H.E. Bates, 2 ALS from Cecil Day Lewis, 2 ALS from John Cowper Powys, 2 ALS from Frederic Prokosch, 2 ALS, 1 ALI from L.A.G. Strong, 2 ALS from Sir Osbert Sitwell, 7 ALS, 1 TLS, 1 APCS from Havelock Ellis, 2 ALS from Elizabeth Bowen.
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* Coppard, Alfred Edgar, [Letters from contemporary authors], 22 ALS, 3 ALI, 1 APCS, 2 TLS, 3 nd, 1924-1944. [*Missing 4/2012]

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Miscellaneous:

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28.4 [Unidentified author], [Untitled list of animal’s names], Ams / list [1p], nd.
[Unidentified author], [Blurb for collection of Coppard stories], Tccms / unfinished [1p], nd.
[Unidentified author], Extracts from letters from Soldiers’ Wives to the Regimental Paymaster in connection with separate allowances, Tms [1p], nd.
[Unidentified author], Pixies’ Pantaloons, Ams [1p], 1931 Christmas.
[Unidentified author], [Review of] Fishmonger’s fiddle by A. E. Coppard, Ams / copy in unidentified hand [1p], nd.
[Unidentified authors], [Swedish reviews of Coppard’s Judith], Printed clippings, 1929.
[Unidentified author], TL / copy to [Peters (A. D.), Literary Agent] directed to W. N. Roughead, 1940 November 28.
Arkham House: Publishers, TccL August Derleth (Director) to Chapman, G. Ken, 1955 April 2.
Arkham House: Publishers, 6 T royalty statements to Coppard, 1947-1956.
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28.5 Blatt, Marianne, Gedankenwelt und erzaehlungskunst in Alfred Edgar Coppard’s short stories, TmsS, 1935 April.
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28.4 Bosschère, Jean de, The blackbird’s promise, Tms with A corrections (3pp), nd.
Butler, R. C., TLS to Coppard, Mrs. W. M., 1942 September 10.
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28.6 Cape (Jonathan) Limited, TL / copy to Peters (A. D.) (W. N. Roughead), 1937 May 5.
Conklin, Groff, 1904-, TLS to Watt (A. P.) and Son, 1952 August 28.
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28.7 A. E. Coppard, 3 Tccmss [1p each], 2 nd, 1949 January 28.
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28.6 Coppard, A[lfred] E[dgar], 1978-1957:
Cotton, Charles, Morning quatrains, Ams in hand of Coppard [1p].
Croft-Cooke, Rupert, 2 TccL to Cape (Jonathan) Ltd., 1947 September 18, 1947 October 9.
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28.7 Adam & Eve & Pinch me (Extracts from press notices), Tccms, nd.
[Certificate of authenticity], AmsS [2pp], 1933 June 7.
The craft of the short story, Tccms / title page [1p], nd.
Dark-eyed lady, Dummy title page and notes [3pp], nd.
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28.8-29.3 [Financial accounts], 9 ledger notebooks [six folio; three, octavo], c. 1925-1957.
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29.4 Income tax returns with miscellaneous related material], 1947-1949.
[List of stories], 13 A and Tms / lists [14pp], nd.
Manuscripts of A. E. Coppard, Ams / list [1p], 1933 March 31.
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29.5 [Memorandum of agreement with B. B. C. for broadcast of his Gone away], TD / copy S, 1945 November 7.
Memorandum of agreement with Groff Conklin for Piffingcap], TccDS [1p], 1953 October 1.
[Memorandum of agreement with Hutchinson & Co. (Publishers) Ltd. for The gruesome fit], Tms / copy S [1p], 1936 May 2.
[Memorandum of agreement with Jonathan Cape Ltd. for Adam and Eve and Pinch me], Printed DS [3pp], 1923 November 22.
[Memorandum of agreement with Jonathan Cape Ltd. for Clorinda walks in heaven], Printed DS [3pp], 1923 November 22.
[Memorandum of agreement with Jonathan Cape Ltd. for Dunky Fitlow], TccD with A addition [3pp], 1931 November 2.
[Memorandum of agreement with Jonathan Cape Limited for Fishmonger’s fiddle], Printed DS [3pp], 1924 December 2.
[Memorandum of agreement with Jonathan Cape Limited for Omnibus: fares please!], TccDS [2pp], 1931 June 24.
[Memorandum of agreement with Macmillan and Company Limited for Nine-penny flute], TccD [2pp], 1935 April 3.
[Memorandum of agreement with Methuen & Co. Ltd. for You never know, do you?], TccDS (2pp), 1939 February 7.
[Memorandum of agreement with Peter Davies Ltd. for Jack the giant-killer], TccDS [1p], 1934 July 27.
[Memorandum of agreement with Spoldzielnia Wydawniczo-Oswiatowa "Czytelnik" for selection of short stories], Mimeo DS [2pp], 1956 April 16.
[Memorandum of agreement with The Albatross Verlag for You never know, do you?], Printed D [2pp], 1939 July 18.
[Memorandum of agreement with The Albatross Verlag for Polly Oliver], Printed DS [2pp], 1935 October 17.
[Memorandum of agreement with the Golden Cockerel Press for Adam and Eve & Pinch me], TDS [2pp], 1921 October 6.
[Memorandum of agreement with the Golden Cockerel Press for Clorinda walks in heaven], TccDS [2pp], 1922 March 2.
[Memorandum of agreement with the Golden Cockerel Press for Hips and haws], TccDS [3pp], 1922 March 10.
[Memorandum of agreement with] White Owl Press, Ams summary of provisions [1p], 1933 July 11.
[Memorandum of agreement with The White Owl Press Limited for Ring the bells of heaven], TccDS (2pp), 1933 November 5.
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* 11 Miscellaneous business records, 1922-1923. [*Missing 4/2012]
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29.6 [Notebook], Ams, 1947-1948.
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30.1 [Notes and jottings], Amss, nd.
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30.2 [Notes] Colours of precious stones, etc., Ams / notes, 1937 August 17.
[Notes] Eastern Inoits [and other miscellaneous material], Ams / notes [23pp], nd.
[Notes, lists and miscellaneous papers] re American edition of stories, A and Tmss [15pp], most undated, 1946-1948.
[Notes on Dickens], Ams [2pp], nd.
[Notes on music], Ams [4pp], 1946-1950.
[Notes on reverse of card], Ams [1p], nd.
[Notes on Tamburlaine the Great by Marlowe], Ams [2pp], nd.
[Notes on The Medium of Poetry, by James Sutherland], Ams [2pp], nd.
[Notes on The miraculous birth of language by Richard Albert Wilson], Ams [3pp], nd.
[Notes on two articles on evolution by C. H. Waddington], Ams written on tear sheets [4pp], 1952.
[Notes, quotations and lists], Amss [14pp], nd.
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30.3 [Scotch, Negro, and English folk poems and songs], Amss [36pp], nd.
[Yokohama garland], Dummy pages with illustrations and penciled-in format [15pp], [1926].
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30.4 Daily Mail, 2 TLS Sidney F. Horniblow (Features Editor) to Coppard, 1944 August 25, 1944 September 8.
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* [Davies, William Henry], 1871-1940, Diversion for a psycho-analyst, Ams in hand of Alan Porter [1p], nd [*Missing 4/2012 - possibly under P[orter], A[lan], [The leopard]]
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30.4 Davies, W[illiam] H[enry], 1871-1940, Raptures, Ams in hand of A. E. Coppard [1p], nd.
The Dial, TL / copy Scofield, Thayer (Editor) to O’Brien Edward J[oseph Harrington] re The hurly-burly, 1921 January 10.
Dibden, C., the younger, [Extract from unidentified poem], Ams in hand of A. E. Coppard [1p], nd.
Dickenson, Emily, We cover thee, Ams in hand of Coppard, nd.
Disney (Walt) Productions, TLS Julia Beale to Coppard, Winifred, 1943 August 10.
Drinkwater, John, The Cotswald farmers, Ams in hand of A. E. Coppard, nd.
The English Review, TLS to Peters, A. D., 1926 September 23.
Gt. Brit. Ministry of Labour and National Service, 5 Printed forms with A entries re Coppard’s appointments, 3 nd, 1942 September 19, 1942 December 24 [postmark].
Knopf (Alfred A.), Inc., 1 TL / copy, 3 Royalty reports to Matson, Harold, 1949 September 1, 1950, 1951, 1951 January 31.
Knopf (Alfred A.), Inc., TL / copy to Peters (A. D.), Literary Agent, 1951 January 22.
Miller, Victor, AL / copy to Freda in hand of A. E. Coppard, 1938 August.
Morgan, Major F. B. E., Request for extension of service for A. E. Coppard, TccNS to [unidentified recipient], 1943 September 27.
Oliver, Tom E. ed., 135, Tccms [31pp], 1915 January.
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30.5-7 Peters, A. D., Literary Agent, [Correspondence files relating to A. E. Coppard], 37 ALS, 201 TLS, 291 TccL, 4 PC, 5 Telegrams, 1947, 1956-1963.
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31.1 Pictorial Review, TLS to Peters, A. D., 1925 February 20.
P[orter], A[lan], [The leopard] Diversion for a psycho-analyst, AmsI [1p], nd.
Porter Alan, [The wood] A far country, AmsS [1p], nd.
Publishers Association of Gt. Britain and Ireland. Advisory Committee in India, FLS with T entries to Cape (Jonathan) Ltd., 1955 April 14.
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31.2 Schwartz, Jacob, The writings of Alfred Edgar Coppard…with foreword and notes by A. E. Coppard, Printed book S, heavily marked and added to by Coppard, 1931.
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31.1 Secker, Martin, TL / copy to Lay C. H., 1936 April 16.
Steele, Alan, TL / copy to Roughead, W. N., 1946 September 10.

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Miscellaneous 1 and 2:

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31.3 Coppard, Alfred Edgar, 1878-1957, [Collection of Coppard’s favorite poems], 26 typed copies.

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Previously Restricted items:

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32.7 ALS to Ellis, George, 1925 September 9.
7 ALS to Coppard, Winifred, 1939, 1955, 1959

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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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