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Restrictions

Administrative Information

BAR CODE LIST

Description of Series

Works:

Works I:

Works II:

Letters:

Miscellaneous:

Uncataloged:

Index

University of Texas, Harry Ransom Humanities Research Center

Clotilde Inez Mary Graves (pseudonym Richard Dehan):

An Inventory of Her Collection at the Harry Ransom Center



Creator: Graves, Clotilde Inez Mary (pseudonym Richard Dehan), 1863-1932
Title: Clotilde Inez Mary Graves Collection
Dates: 1894-1931, undated
Abstract: Clotilde Inez Mary Graves was an Irish author and playwright who wrote under the pseudonym of Richard Dehan. Her collection consists mainly of typed and handwritten manuscripts for her novels, plays, and short stories.
Call Number: Manuscript Collection MS-1704
Extent: 8 record center cartons (8.00 linear feet)
Language: English
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:

Early unspecified acquisition

Processed by:

Jamie Kirkham 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: 059188000067561
  • Box 2: 059188000067572
  • Box 3: 059188000067583
  • Box 4: 059188000067594
  • Box 5: 059188000067608
  • Box 6: 059188000067619
  • Box 7: 059188000067620
  • Box 8: 059188000067630

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Container List

 

Works:

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1.1 [Unidentified play: synopsis], Tms with A revisions, nd.
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1.2 [Absolute zero], Ams/inc, nd.
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1.3 [Absolute zero], Tms/inc with numerous A additions and corrections, nd.
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1.4 Absolute zero, T/cc ms/inc, nd.
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1.5 Absolute zero, 6 T, T/cc and A ms pages, nd.
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1.6 At the sign of the red cross, T/cc ms with A revisions, nd.
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1.7 Back to the front, Tms with numerous A corrections, nd.
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1.8-9 Between two thieves, TmsS with A changes and T/cc additions, nd.
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1.10-2.1 Between two thieves, AmsS with extensive A changes and typed additions, nd. Originally titled: The woman with the lamp.
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2.2-6 Between two thieves, AmsS and Tms with A changes, 1913.
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2.7 Bid me not go, 2 Tmss with A corrections, Tccms, 1906.
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2.8 The Bo-Bannagh, TmsS "by Dehan, Richard" with A corrections, nd.
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2.9 The bond of Ninon, TmsS, nd.
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2.10 The bond of Ninon, T/cc msS, nd.
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2.11 The bond of Ninon, T/cc msS with A corrections and additions, nd.
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2.12 The bond of Ninon, Ditto and T/cc msS, nd.
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2.7 The bread song, Ams, 1897.
Brent’s wife, Tms with A corrections, 1888.
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2.13 Captain or cook?, TmsS, 1905, Dec. 4.
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2.7 Carnival song, Ams, 1894.
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2.14 Change partners!, TmsS with T/cc additions and A corrections, nd.
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2.15 Change partners!, T/cc msS "by Dehan, Richard", 1925, June 29.
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2.16 Change partners!, T/cc msS by "Dehan, Richard", 1925, July.
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2.7 Chorus of the Moccoletti, Ams, 1894.
The Christmas wish, T/cc msS "by Dehan, Richard" with A corrections on pp. 1-3, nd.
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2.17 Citizen David, TmsS with A corrections, nd.
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2.19 The coach of the crown, T/cc msS "by Dehan, Richard" with few A corrections, nd.
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3.1 Cook or carpenter?, TmsS "by Dehan, Richard" with few A corrections, 1907, Nov. 29.
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3.2 Cook or carpenter?, T/cc msS with A corrections, 1907, Nov. 29.
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3.3 Cook or carpenter, T/cc msS "by Dehan, Richard" with few A corrections [1926, June].
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3.4 A cup of judgment, TmsS with A corrections, nd.
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3.5 The cup of judgment, T/cc ms "by Dehan, Richard" with few A corrections.
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3.6 The cup of judgment, T/cc ms "by Dehan, Richard" with A corrections, nd.
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3.7-9 Dead pearls, TmsS and T/cc ms with A changes, Copy No. 2, nd.
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2.18 Death and Rachel, Page proof signed with few A corrections, 1895.
Dianora’s song, Ams, 1894.
Do we believe?, TmsS "by Dehan, Richard" with few A corrections.
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3.10 The empress of the sea, TmsS with few A corrections, nd.
The end of the story, T/cc msS "by Dehan, Richard" with A corrections, 1930, Apr. 10.
The greedy Eskimo, T/cc ms, nd.
The guest, Printed by "Dehan, Richard" with A corrections, 1917, Christmas.
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3.11 Her wedding guest, T/cc msS "by Dehan, Richard" with A corrections, 1930, Aug. 7.
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3.10 The holiday ship, TccmsS, Tccms, 1905.
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3.12 How J. O’Shane worked a miracle at the mission, T/cc ms with numerous A additions and corrections, nd.
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3.13 They hyperboreans, TmsS "by Dehan, Richard" with few A corrections, 1898 October 28.
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3.14 The hyperboreans, Tms with numerous A additions and corrections, 1898 October 17.
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3.10 Invocation to love, Ams, 1894.
Jagodya, Tms "by Dehand, Richard" with A corrections, 1908.
Jagodya, T/cc ms/inc, nd.
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3.15-4.1 The just steward, Ams with A changes, Originally titled: The gate of hope.
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4.2-5 The just steward, Tms with A changes, Copy A, 1919. Enclosed: Galky corrections.
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4.6-9 The just steward, T/cc ms with A corrections, [1920], Copy C; publisher’s copy. Originally titled: The gate of hope by Richard Dehan, [pseud].
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4.10 King Pippin, Tms, 3 Tccms, [1906].
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4.11 The king’s cadet: scenario, Tms, nd.
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4.10 The lamentable ballad of the loving gypsy, T/cc ms, 1907.
The land of Nod, 2 Tms, 2 Tccms, nd, [1895].
The life of a soldier, Tms, Tccms, nd.
The litany of love, Tms, 1894.
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4.12 London vendetta, TmsS with A additions and corrections, nd.
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4.13 London vendetta, Tms with few A corrections, nd.
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4.10 A love-test, TmsS, TccmsS "by Dehan, Richard", 1897.
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4.14 The lover’s battle, Printed book S with A note I and A revisions (viii, 226pp), 1902 [publication]; 1920 [revisions].
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4.15 The lovers’ battle; a heroical comedy in rhyme, founded upon Alexander Pope’s Rape of the lock, Printed book/signed "Clotilde Graves, Richard Dehan" with A revision, "1902-1930", Bound.
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4.10 Mad song, Ams, 1894.
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4.16 A maker of comedies, TmsS "by Dehan, Richard" with few A corrections, nd. Attached is a TLS from Martin-Harvey, Sir John to Graves, Clo[tilde Inez Mary], dated 1930, Nov. 25.
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4.17 A maker of comedies, T/cc msS with A corrections, nd.
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4.18 A maker of comedies, T/cc ms with A corrections, nd.
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4.19 The man and the mask, T/cc msS "by Dehan, Richard", nd.
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5.1 The man and the mask, T/cc msS "by Dehan, Richard" with A corrections, 1929, Nov. 11.
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5.2-8 The man of iron, Ams with A changes, nd.
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5.9 The man who burned the candle, Tms with numerous A corrections, nd.
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5.10 The man who burned the candle, T/cc ms "by Dehan, Richard" with few A corrections, nd.
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5.12 The mask, TmsS "by Dehan, Richard" with A corrections, 1919, May 20-26 (?)
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5.13 Themask, T/cc msS "by Dehan, Richard" with few A corrections, 1926, June.
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5.14 The mission angel, Tms with A revisions (28pp), nd. Published 1931.
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5.15 The mistress of the robes, Tms with A additions and corrections, nd .
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5.16 The mistress of the robes, T and T/cc msS with numerous A additions and corrections, 1901, Dec. 14 and 1928.
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5.11 Mockworld’s song, T/cc ms with A additions and corrections, nd.
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5.17 The monkey’s heart, T/cc msS "by Dehan, Richard" with A corrections, nd.
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5.18 The other side, TmsS with extensive A corrections and additions, 1906.
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5.19 The other side: Act I, Tms with numerous A additions and corrections, 1906.
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6.1 The other side: Act I, T/cc ms, 1906.
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5.11 Our day, T/cc ms "by Dehan, Richard", 1919.
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6.3 Paquette, T/cc msS with few A corrections, nd.
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6.4 Paquette: Act I, Tms with A corrections and additions, nd.
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6.5 [Paquette]: Act I, T/cc ms with few A corrections, nd.
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6.6 The penalty: A drama in one act, Tms, nd.
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6.2 Pilgrim love, Tms, 2 Tccms, 1895.
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6.7 Police to number nine, AmsS "by Dehan, Richard" nd.
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6.8 Police to number nine, T and T/cc msS "by Dehan, Richard" with A corrections, 1930, July 28.
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6.2 The professor’s proposal, Printed "singed by Dehan, Richard" with A revisions, [1905].
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6.9 The ring of Finvarra, Tms with A corrections, nd.
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6.10 A sailors’ home, Tms S, nd.
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6.11 A sailors’ home, T/cc with few A revisions, [1904].
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6.12 A sailors’ home [Act I], Tms with A revisions, nd.
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6.14 The shadow of a throne, Tms with few A corrections, nd.
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6.15 [The shadow of a throne], Tms/inc with few A corrections, Act III missing, 1897, [Mar. 15].
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6.16 The shadow of a throne, T and T/cc msS/inc "by Richard Dehan" with A corrections, Act IV missing, 1897, July 27.
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6.17 The shadow of a throne, T/cc msS "by Dehan, Richard" with few A corrections, 1899, [Oct. 24].
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6.18 The shadow of a throne, T/cc ms/inc "by Dehan, Richard", nd.
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6.19 [The shadow of a throne]: Act II, TmsS with A corrections, 1897.
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6.20 [The shadow of a throne]: Act II, T/cc msS "by Dehan, Richard" with A corrections, 1897.
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6.21-23 Shallow seas, Tms with A corrections, nd. Included: Dummy for title and preliminary leaves.
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6.24-7.1 Shallow seas, T/cc ms with A changes, [Unabridged version not for printing], [1923, Apr 10-1930, Jan 11?], No. 2 copy.
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7.2 A sketch in clay, T/cc msS with A corrections, nd.
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7.3 The snail’s courtship, T/cc msS, 1903, Sept. 14.
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6.13 Song. "Is it a dream that we have met?", Ams, 1906.
Song. "Is it a dream that we have met?", T/cc ms, 1906.
Song. (1792), Ams, 1906.
A song for music, T/cc ms with A addition, 1904.
A song for music, T/cc ms [1904].
A song for the demobbed, AmsS by "Dehan, Richard", 1919, July.
A song of Mockworld, Ams, nd.
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7.4-7.9 The sower of the wind, AmsS with A changes and T additions, 1925, Jan.
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7.10-11 The sower of the wind, TmsS and T/cc ms, Copy 1, 1926, Oct. 2.
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8.1-2 The sower of the wind, Tccms and Ams with extensive A revisions. Includes T revision pages, nd.
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8.3-8.4 The sower of the wind, TccmsS with A changes, Copy 3, 1926 October 2.
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6.13 [The sower of the wind], Composite A and Tccms/fragments with A revisions [11pp], nd.
The spirit of the rose, Tms with few A corrections, 1905.
The spirit of the rose, Tms, 1907.
The spirit of the rose, 4 T/cc ms copies, 1907.
(Spoken at the Women’s Congress, St. Martin’s Hall), Tms [1899, June 29].
Supper song, 'Chantfleury', T/cc ms, 1905.
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8.5 There lives a king of Fladers, Tms, 1914, Aug. and 1919, June.
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8.6 The third graft, TmsS with A corrections, nd.
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8.7 The third graft, T/cc msS "by Dehan, Richard" with A corrections, nd.
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8.8 To the ranks: A comedy in four acts, TmsS, 1907.
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8.9 To the ranks: A comedy in three acts, TmsS, 1907.
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8.10 To the ranks: A comedy in three acts, T/cc msS, 1907.
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8.11 To the ranks: Act I, T/cc ms with A corrections, nd.
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8.12 The toast of the town and other plays, T/cc msS/inc "by Dehan, Richard" with A corrections, nd. Contents: The shadow of a throne. – The bond of Ninon. – Sillias and Goosigandre.
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8.5 Told to the tribe, T/cc ms, Tms with few A corrections, 1895.
The two winds, Tms, 1889.
The two winds, T/cc ms, 1889.
"Weep for my Lady dead!", Ams, 1895.

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Works I:

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8.13 Bid me not go, TmsS "by Dehan, Richard", 1906.
The bread song, T/cc ms "by Dehan, Richard", 1897.
Brent’s wife, T/cc ms "by Dehan, Richard", 1888.
Carnival song, T/cc ms "by Dehan, Richard", 1894.
Chorus of the Moccoletti, T/cc ms "by Dehan, Richard", 1894.
Death and Rachel, T/cc ms "by Dehan, Richard", 1895.
Dianora’s song, T/cc ms by "by Dehan, Richard", 1894.
Do we believe?, T/cc ms "by Dehan, Richard", 1905.
The guest, T/cc ms by "Dehan, Richard", 1917, Christmas.
The holiday ship, T/cc ms "by Dehan, Richard", 1905.
Invocation to love, T/cc ms "by Dehan, Richard", 1894.
Jagodya, T/cc ms by "by Dehan, Richard", nd.
King Pippin, T/cc ms by "by Dehan, Richard", 1906.
The lamentable ballad of the loving gypsy, T/cc ms "by Dehan, Richard", 1907.
The land of Nod, T/cc ms "by Dehan, Richard", 1895.
The litany of love, T/cc ms "by Dehan, Richard", 1894.
A love-test, T/cc ms "by Dehan, Richard", 1897.
Mad song, T/cc ms "by Dehan, Richard", 1894.
Mockworld’s song, T/cc ms "by Dehan, Richard", nd.
Our day, T/cc ms "by Dehan, Richard", 1919.
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8.15 Pilgrim love, T/cc ms "by Dehan, Richard", 1895.
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8.13 Sisters under their skin, T/cc msS "by Dehan, Richard", with A corrections, nd.
Song (1972), T/cc ms "by Dehan, Richard", 1906.
A song for music, TmsS "by Dehan, Richard", 1904.
A song of Mockworld, T/cc ms "by Dehan, Richard", nd.
The spirit of the rose, T/cc ms "by Dehan, Richard", 1905.
(Spoken at the Women’s Congress, St. Martin’s Hall), T/cc ms "by Dehan, Richard", [1899, June 29].
Supper song. 'Chantfleury', T/cc ms "by Dehan, Richard", 1905.
There lives a king of Flanders, T/cc ms by "by Dehan, Richard", 1914, Aug. and 1919, June.
The two winds, TmsS "by Dehan, Richard", 1889.
"Weep for my Lady dead!", T/cc ms "by Dehan, Richard", 1895.

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Works II:

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8.14 Dark dawn, T/cc ms "by Dehan, Richard", nd.
The friend, T/cc ms "by Dehan, Richard", with A corrections, nd.
Her wedding guest, T/cc ms "by Dehan, Richard", with A corrections, 1923, Sept. 25.
How J. O’Shane McGowran worked a miracle at the mission, T/cc ms "by Dehan, Richard", with A corrections, nd.
The man and the mask, TmsS "by Dehan, Richard", with A corrections, 1925, July 10-Sept. 6.
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8.15 The man who burned the candle, T/cc ms "by Dehan, Richard", with A corrections, 1927, Dec.

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Letters:

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8.16 ALS "by Dehan, Richard" to Whyte, Frederic, 1927, Mar. 21.

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Miscellaneous:

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8.17 Greene, Hugh A., A calendar of the Clotilde Graves manuscript collection, Tccms [99pp], 1963 August.

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Uncataloged:

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8.18 Note on White Man’s Magic and the Great Beast of Kafue, nd.

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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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