University of Texas, Harry Ransom Humanities Research Center

Robert Payne:

An Inventory of His Collection at the Harry Ransom Center



Creator: Payne, Robert, 1911-1983
Title: Robert Payne Collection
Dates: 1918-1969, undated
Abstract: Robert Payne (born Pierre Stephen Robert Payne) was an English novelist and historian. His collection consists mainly of manuscripts and miscellaneous material relating to his novels and biographies.
Call Number: Manuscript Collection MS-3210
Extent: 20 record center cartons, 20 galley files (gf), 3 oversize folders, (osf) 1 document box,1 oversize box (osb) (25.62 linear feet)
Language: English, German, French, Russian, and Italian
Repository: The University of Texas at Austin, Harry Ransom Center

Restrictions

Access:

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


Administrative Information

Acquisition:

Purchase and gift, 1965, 1967 (R2562)

Processed by:

Jamie Kirkham, Heather Bollinger, 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.


BAR CODE LIST

  • Box 1: 059188000051958
  • Box 2: 059188000051947
  • Box 3: 059188000051970
  • Box 4: 059188000051969
  • Box 5: 059188000051991
  • Box 6: 059188000051980
  • Box 7: 059188000052010
  • Box 8: 059188000052000
  • Box 9: 059188000052043
  • Box 10: 059188000052076
  • Box 11: 059188000052098
  • Box 12: 059188000052112
  • Box 13: 059188000052032
  • Box 14: 059188000052065
  • Box 15: 059188000052087
  • Box 16: 059188000052101
  • Box 17: 059188000052123
  • Box 18: 059188000052021
  • Box 19: 059188000052054
  • Box 20: 059188000052145
  • Box 21: 059188000052189

Container List

Works:

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1.1 [Unidentified article on Atlantis], Tccms / inc [14pp], nd.
[Unidentified article on failings of American motion pictures], Tccms / inc [6pp], nd.
[Unidentified article on first edition of T. E. Lawrence’s seven pillars of wisdom], 2 Tms / fragments [1p each], 1 Tccms / fragment [1p], nd.
[Unidentified article on the Jews, Islam and The Koran], A and Tccms / notes [9pp], nd.
[Unidentified article on Julius Caesar and Cleopatra], Tccms / inc [7pp], Ams / notes [9pp], nd.
[Unidentified article on The Sahara], Tms / inc [10pp], nd.
[Unidentified article on the Sybarites], Tccms / inc [5pp], nd.
[Unidentified article on translation], Tccms / inc [4pp], nd.
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1.2-4 [Unidentified history of art: Discarded pages], T and Tccms / discarded pages with A emendations [601pp], nd.
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1.1 [Untitled article on Gloucester fisherman], Tccms (12pp), nd.
[Untitled article on Israeli irrigation pipeline to the Negev], Tccms [4pp], nd.
[Untitled article on the Holy Land], Tccms (7pp), nd.
[Untitled article on national flags], Galley proofs with A corrections [4pp], nd.
[Untitled article on planet Venus], Tccms (6pp), nd.
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1.5 [Untitled book from Russian by unidentified author], Tms / inc [88pp], nd.
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1.7 [Ancient Greece: Discarded pages], T and Tccms / discarded pages [49pp], nd.
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1.8-10 [Ancient Greece] There was a dawn in Greece, Tccms [632pp], [c. 1963].
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1.11-12 [Ancient Rome], Tccms / inc with few duplicated and galley sheets [328pp], nd.
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osb 1 Ancient Rome, Page proofs [177pp], nd.
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1.13 Ancient Rome: [Fragments], Tccms , duplicated and galley proof / fragments with A revisions [209pp], nd.
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1.14 An anthology of the poetry of the Western World from the earliest times to the present: [Rejected pages], Tms / Xerox copies and Tccms / pages [69pp], nd.
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1.6 Aristophanes in New York, Tccms [2pp], nd.
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1.15 The birth of Venus [play], Tccms [126pp], nd.
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1.16 [The birth of Venus: Notes and discarded pages], Ams / notes [93pp], T and Tccms / discarded pages, nd.
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1.17 The blue mountains, Tccms (52pp), [1942-1943].
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gf 18 Boris Pasternak, Galley proofs [10 sheets], nd.
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1.6 Boris Pasternak, Tccms [1p], nd.
Boris Pilnyak, Tccms (15pp), nd.
[Brave Harvest: summary], Tccms with Tcc note [9pp], nd.
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1.19-20 Caravaggio, Tms with A revisions [406pp], 1968.
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2.1 [Caravaggio: Discarded pages], T and Tccms / discarded pages [141pp], nd.
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2.2-2.3 [Caravaggio] The swashbuckler, Tccms [400pp], nd.
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2.4 [Caravaggio] The swashbuckler: [Summary], Tms (10pp), nd.
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1.18 Catherine the Great, Tccms [1p], nd.
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2.5 [Chiang Kai-shek], Tccms / inc [77pp], [1946].
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2.6-2.7 Chiang Kai-shek, Tccms [423pp], nd.
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2.8 [Chiang Kai-shek: Discarded pages], T and Tccms / discarded pages [129pp], nd.
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2.9 [China awake], Tccms / inc [40pp], 1945.
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2.10 [Chinese diaries, 1941-1946] The phoenix in flames, T and Tccms / fragments [33pp], nd.
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2.11-13 [The Christian centuries], Tms / inc with A emendations [625pp], nd.
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2.14-16 [The Christian centuries], Tccms / inc [590pp], nd.
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gf 5 The Christian centuries, Galley proofs with A corrections (142pp), nd.
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gf 2 The Christian centuries, Page proofs on galley sheets with A corrections and emendations and Tms / insert [211 sheets], nd.
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gf 4 The Christian centuries, Page proofs / inc on galley sheets [194 sheets], 1966.
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2.17 [The Christian centuries: Discarded pages], T and Tccms / discarded pages [128pp], nd.
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2.18, gf 3 The Christian centuries: [Fragments], Tccms / fragments [55pp], Page proof / fragments on galley sheets [19 sheets], nd.
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1.18 Cleopatra, Tms (11pp), [1960].
Communism: Dinosaur or octopus, Tccms (3pp), nd.
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gf 6 Concord Bridge by Howard Horne [pseud.], Galley proofs with A emendations and corrections (104 sheets), 1952.
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2.19-20 [The dead], Tms / inc with A revisions [186pp], [1927-1928].
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3.1 Death of an empress: A play in three acts, Tccms with A title pages and A revisions [106pp], nd.
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3.2 [Diary], T and Tccms / copy / fragments [123pp], 1946-[1947].
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3.3 [Dostoyevsky: A human portrait (fragments)], Tms, Tccms and Tccms / Photostat / fragments [15pp], nd.
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3.5, gf 1 Dostoyevsky: The last days, Tms / thermofax copy (31pp), Galley proofs [8 sheets], nd.
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3.4 Dostoyevsky: The last days [Summary], Tccms (3pp), nd.
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1.18 The Dowager Empress Tzu His, Tccms [1p], nd.
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3.7 The Emperor of China: [A play in five acts], Tms with A noteI [64pp], [1947].
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3.6 Eva Peron, Tccms [1p], nd.
[Forever China: Excisions], Printed fragments [approx. 100 fragments], nd.
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gf 1 [Forever China (French translation)], Galley proofs (60pp), nd.
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3.8-9 The fortress, Tccms with Tcc inserts [362pp], nd.
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3.10-11 The fortress, Tccms with Tcc inserts [365pp], nd.
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3.12 [The fortress: Discarded pages], T and Tccms / discarded pages [158pp], nd.
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3.6 [Fragments], 3 T and Tccms / fragments [15pp], nd.
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3.13 The freedom of man: An anthology, Tccms [210pp], [1940].
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gf 1 Gandhi, Galley proofs (3 sheets), 1969 September 11.
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3.14 The gentle and the tough, Tccms [2pp], nd.
[Gershwin: Fragments], T and Tccms / fragments [3pp], nd.
Gladiators, Tccms [8pp], nd.
The high malady by Boris Pasternak, Tccms with A workings (5pp), nd.
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3.15-19 [The image of Chekhov], Ams with A revisions [889pp], nd.
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3.20-21 The image of Chekhov, Tms with A revisions and printer’s markings [483pp], 1962.
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4.1-2 [The image of Chekhov] The face of Chekhov, Tccms with A emendations [484pp], nd.
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4.3 [In search of peace: Fragments and notes], Ams / notes [approx. 60pp in notebook], Tccms / fragments [39pp], [1949].
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4.4 Introduction [to The island: A Journey to Sakhalin by Anton Chekhov], Tccms [38pp], nd.
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4.5 Irma, Tccms with A note on title page [161pp], [1929].
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4.6-7 The isles of Greece, Tms with A revisions and printer’s markings [246pp], nd.
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4.8 The isles of Greece, Tccms / inc [219pp], nd.
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4.10 The lamb, T and Tccms / summary / inc [53pp], nd.
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4.9 Laurence Sterne, Tccms (8pp), nd.
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4.11 Lawrence of Arabia: [A triumph], Printed with A revisions, T and Tccms / additions and inserts [246pp], nd.
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4.12 Lawrence of Arabia: A triumph [Discarded pages], T and Tccms / discarded pages [134pp], nd.
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4.9 Leonidas, Tms / inc (19pp), [1938].
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4.13-15 The life and death of Lenin, Tms with A revisions, printer’s markings and Tms / Xerox copies [approx. 970pp], 1963.
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4.16-17 The life and death of Lenin, Tccms / inc [494pp], nd.
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5.1-2 The life and death of Lenin, Proof copy loosely laid in hard cover and dust jacket (672pp), 1964.
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5.3 [The life and death of Lenin: Discarded pages], T and Tccms / discarded pages [33p], nd.
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5.4-6 [The life and death of Mahatma Gandhi], Tms with A revisions / inc / Xerox copy [approx. 665pp], nd.
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5.7-11 The life and death of Mahatma Gandhi, Tccms [1094pp], nd.
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5.12 The life and death of Mahatma Gandhi, Proofs / Xerox copies / inc [40 sheets], nd.
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5.13-14 The life and death of Mahatma Gandhi, Page proofs / Xerox copy with A emendations (682pp on 345 sheets), 1969.
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5.15, 6.1-2 [The life and death of Mahatma Gandhi: Discarded pages], T and Tccms / discarded pages with A emendations [708pp], nd.
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6.3-4 The Lord Jesus, T and Tccms with A revisions and printer’s markings [487pp], nd.
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6.5-6 [The Lord Jesus] Behold the lamb in whom we are anointed, Tccms [495pp], nd.
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6.7 The Lord Jesus: [Discarded pages], T and Tccms / discarded pages [89pp], nd.
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6.8 Lost treasures of the Mediterranean World, Tms with A revisions and printer’s markings [203pp], 1962.
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6.9 Lost treasures of the Mediterranean world, Tccms [180pp], nd.
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gf 1, osb 1 Lost treasures of the Mediterranean world, Galley proof of front matter and index [78 sheets], Page proofs, uncut [94 sheets], 1962.
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6.10 [Lost treasures of the Mediterranean world: Discarded pages], T and Tccms / discarded pages [17pp], nd.
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6.11 Love and other stories by Yuri Olyesha, Tms and printed / Xerox copy [192pp], nd.
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6.12 Love and other stories by Yuri Olyesha, T and Tccms / inc with A emendations [29pp], nd.
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6.13-14 [Love and other stories by Yuri Olyesha], T and Tccms / inc with A revisions, note and incomplete draft of one story [approx. 400pp], nd.
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gf 7 Love and other stories by Yuri Olyesha, Galley proofs [76 sheets], 1967.
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4.9 [Lover in the sun] Death in the cooling night [Notes for treatment], Ams / notes with 2 printed items [approx. 20pp], nd.
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8.4 The lovers, Tccms / inc [76pp], nd.
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4.9 The lovers and The beloved, Tms (3pp), nd.
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8.5 Madame Chiang Kai-shek, Tccms [1p], nd.
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6.15, 7.1-2 [Malraux: Discarded pages], T and Tccms / discarded pages with A revisions [586pp], nd.
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8.5 Manifesto, Tccms [1p], nd.
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7.3 Mao Tse-tung [1950 version], Tccms / inc [106pp], nd.
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gf 8 Mao Tse-tung [1950 version], Galley proofs / inc [89 sheets], nd.
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gf 9 Mao Tse-tung [1969 version], Page proofs / inc on uncut galley sheets [159 sheets], nd.
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7.4 [Mao Tse-tung (1969 version): Discarded pages], T and Tccms / discarded pages [80pp], nd.
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7.5-8 Marx, Tms with A revisions and printer’s markings and inserts [approx. 980pp], 1967.
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7.9-12 Marx, Tccms [approx. 980pp], nd.
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gf 10 Marx, Page proofs on uncut galley sheets [approx. 278 sheets], nd.
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7.13 Marx: [Blurb], Tms / Xerox copy (2pp), nd.
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7.14-16 [Marx: Discarded pages], T and Tccms / discarded pages [approx. 640pp], nd.
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8.5 Mayerling, Tccms [17pp], nd.
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8.1 Mexico City, Tms with A revisions, editorial notes, and printer’s markings [165pp], 1968.
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8.2 [Mexico City], Tccms [163pp], [1968]
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gf 11 [Mexico City], Galley proofs with A corrections [37 sheets], [1968].
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8.3 [Mexico City: Discarded pages], T and Tccms / discarded pages [179pp], nd.
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8.6 [Nefertiti], Ams / notes [16pp], T and Tccms / discarded pages [13pp], Tccms / inc [33pp], nd.
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8.7 [O Western wind] American Gothic: The beautiful port, Ams / notes and printed [57pp], Tccms / summary with Ams / genealogy [9pp], nd.
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8.8 On Marianna de Maura, Tccms [9pp], nd.
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8.5 On Robin Hood, Tccms (7pp), nd.
On the dainos, Tccms (5pp), nd.
The portable Chinese reader, Tccms (4pp), nd.
[Review of]:
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8.10 [Unidentified novel by Par Lagerkvist], Tccms (3pp), nd.
Besieger of cities by Alfred Duggan, Tccms [3pp], nd.
Caravans by James Michener, Tccms [4pp], nd.
Catherine the Great by Zoë Oldenbourg, Tccms / inc [3pp], nd.
The coin of Carthage by Bryher, Tccms / fragment [1p], nd.
A conspiracy of women by Aubrey Menen, Tccms (3pp), nd.
Count Bohemond by Alfred Duggan, Tccms (3pp), nd.
Electra by Gladys Schmitt, Tccms (3pp), Ams / notes and clipping [4pp], nd.
Fairy tales of the Orient, selected, edited and introduced by Pearl Buck, Tccms [3pp], nd.
First gentleman of the bedchamber: The life of the Duc de Richelieu by Hubert Cole, Tccms (3pp), nd.
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8.9 [5 travel books], 2 Tccmss (8pp), nd.
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8.10 The forgotten one by James Norman Hall, Tccms (3pp), nd.
[4 books of historical fiction], Tccms [6pp], nd.
[4 books on China], Tccms [6pp], nd.
[4 books on Russia], Tccms [4pp], nd.
From Persia to Iran by Inge Morath and Edouard Sablier, Tccms (3pp), nd.
God was born in exile by Vintilia Horia, 2 Tccms (3pp each), 1961.
Golden swords and pots and pans by Jose Arnold, Tccms (3pp), nd.
Greenland journal by Rockwell Kent, Tccms [4pp], nd.
The grove of eagles by Winston Graham, Tccms [3pp], nd.
He who flees the lion by J. Klein-Haparash, Tccms [4pp], nd.
A kind of fighting by Patrick Cruttwell, Tccms [3pp], nd.
A Lermontov reader, translated by Guy Daniels, Tccms [4pp], [1965].
The lion in the gateway by Mary Renault, Tccms [2pp], nd.
The Marsh Arabs by Wilfred Thesiger, Tccms (4pp), nd.
Monarchy by Sir Harold Nicolson, Tccms [5pp], nd.
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8.11 Nicholas and Alexandra by Robert K. Massie, Tms / discarded pages [7pp], Tccms [6pp], nd.
One million dead by Jose Maria Gironella, Tccms (5pp), nd.
Pauline: Napoleon’s favorite sister by Pierson Dixon, Tccms [3pp], nd.
Pericles the Athenian by Rex Warner, Tccms (3pp), nd.
Portrait in oil by Nubar Gulbenkian, Tccms (4pp), nd.
Possession by Kamala Markandaya, Tccms [3pp], nd.
Post-war years: 1945-1954 by Ilya Ehrenburg, Tccms [3pp], [1967].
Report to Greco by Nikkos Kozantzakis, Tccms [4pp], nd.
Riding to the Tigris by Freya Stark, Tccms (3pp), nd.
The ring of Meiji by William Butler, Tccms (3pp), nd.
The rose of Tibet by Lionel Davidson, Tccms (3pp), nd.
S. O. P. H. I. A. by Pieere Boulle, Tccms (3pp), nd.
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8.12 [6 books of historical nonfiction], Tccms [9pp], Ams / notes and clippings [6pp], nd.
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8.11 The source by James Michener, Tccms (4pp), Ams / notes [3pp], nd.
Spain, and Japan China, both by Nikos Kazantzakis, Tccms [4pp], nd.
The sun of death by Pandelis Prevelakis , Tccms [3pp], nd.
Sword at sunset by Rosemary Sutcliff, Tccms (3pp), nd.
[13 books of photographs], Tccms [10pp], nd.
The thousand souls by Alexei Pisemsky, Tccms (3pp), nd.
Twentieth Century Chinese poetry by Kai Yu Hsu, Tccms [3pp], nd.
Two loves by Han Suyin, Tccms (3pp), nd.
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8.18-22 The rise and fall of Stalin, Tms with A revisions and printer’s markings [1191pp], nd.
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9.1 [The rise and fall of Stalin: Discarded pages], T and Tccms / discarded pages [97pp], nd.
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9.2-3 The Roman triumph, Tccms with A revisions [415pp], nd.
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9.4-5 The Roman triumph: [Discarded pages], T and Tccms / discarded pages [approx. 265pp], nd.
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gf 1 The rose tree, Galley proofs / inc (30 sheets), nd.
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8.13 Salute to cameramen, 3 Tccms / drafts / inc [11pp], nd.
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8.14 [The shepherd and The Lord Jesus: Discarded pages], T and Tccms / discarded pages [63pp], nd.
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8.15 [Smiling goddesses: Discarded pages], Tms / discarded pages with A revisions [75pp], nd.
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8.16 The snow white mountains: A play in three acts, Tccms [96pp], nd.
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9.6-7 So strange a time by Harold Horne [pseudo.], Tccms [323pp], nd.
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8.13 The son of Karl Marx, Tccms [3pp], nd.
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9.8 [The splendor of Asia], Tccms [49pp], nd.
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9.9-10 The splendor of France, Tms with A emendations and printer’s markings [291pp], 1963.
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9.11 The splendor of France, Tccms [2pp], nd.
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9.12-13 [The splendor of France], Tccms [273pp], nd.
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gf 12 The splendor of France, Galley proofs (83pp), 1963.
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gf 13 The splendor of France, Page proofs on uncut galley sheets [100 sheets], nd.
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9.14-15 The Splendor of Israel, Tms with A emendations and printer’s markings [333pp], nd.
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9.16-17 The splendor of Israel, Tccms [306pp], nd.
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gf 14 The splendor of Israel, Galley proofs with A emendations and corrections and printer’s notes [73pp], 1962.
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gf 15 The splendor of Israel, Page proofs on uncut galley sheets [117 sheets], 1963.
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9.18 The splendor of Israel (blurb), Tms with A printer’s markings [1p], Tccms [1p], nd.
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9.19 [The splendor of Byzantium] Sailing to Byzantium: [Discarded pages], T and Tccms / discarded pages [65pp], nd.
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8.13 Springing Lilies [?], Ams / draft / unfinished with A revisions [24pp in notebook], nd.
The story of Sylvia by Stephen Payne, AmsS / inc / Photostat [8pp], [1918].
A summer in Greece, Tccms (3pp), nd.
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8.17 [Sun, stones and silence], Tccms / inc [35pp], nd.
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8.13 [Sun Yat-sen], Tccms / fragment [24pp], 1942-1943.
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9.21 The testament of peace: A triumph, Tms [22pp], [1941].
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9.22 [-Then Antony met Cleopatra], Tccms / inc [11pp], nd.
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osf 3 _____ Then Antony met Cleopatra, Proof [1 sheet], nd.
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9.20 The three worlds of Boris Pasternak, Tccms (2pp), nd.
[The three worlds of Boris Pasternak: Fragments], A and Tccms / fragments [5pp], nd.
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9.23 To what red hell? by Richard Cargoe [pseudo.], T and Tccms / inc [190pp], nd.
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9.24 The tower, TccmsS (47pp), [1943-1944].
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10.1 Tyger, Tyger: a play in four acts, Tccms [161pp in notebook], [c. 1928].
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10.3 Vladimir Mayakofsky, Tccms (26pp), [1968].
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10.4 [The white rajahs of Sarawak], Tms / inc with A revisions [162pp], nd.
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10.2 The wild seas [summary], Tccms (6pp), nd.
The world’s best diaries, Tms [1p], nd.
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10.5 Xenophon, Ams / notes [4pp], Tms / discarded pages [7pp], Tccms (13pp), nd.



Letters:

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10.6 TccL to [unidentified recipient] Sabina, 1963 May 12.
TLS to Adler’s Book Shop, 1964 December 30.
3 TccL to Amalgamated Engineering Union, directed to George S. Aitken, 1965 August 2, 1965 August 20, 1966 August 9.
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10.7 1 TL, 5 TccL, 1 Tcc memo S to American Heritage Publishing Co., Inc., 1965-1966.
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10.6 2 TccL to Arno, Enrico, 1968 May 2, 1968 May 15.
TccL to Bato, Y. L., 1965 October 26.
TccL to British Match Company, 1965 August 2.
TccL to The British Museum, 1965 August 12.
TccL to The British Transport Museum, 1965 September 23.
TccL to Cantor, Hal, 1959 March 13.
4 TccL to Cargill, David C., 1966 March – July.
TccL to Chakravarty, Amiya [Chandra], 1967 November 2.
Telegram / copy to Clayton, C. F., nd.
TccL to Duker, Abraham, 1966 May 8.
TccL to Demuth, S. L., 1964 October 19.
TccL to Dietz Verlag Berlin, 1965 October 12.
TccL to Doubleday & Co., 1961 August 23.
6 TccL to Dutton (E. P.) & Co. Inc., 1969.
TccL to Eire. Superintendent Registrar, 1965 October 26.
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10.8 TccL to The Foreign Languages Publishing House, 1965 October 12.
TccL to Gallery of Modern Art, directed to Maurice Vilabus, 1968 November 18.
Tcc memo to [Gary], Dorothy [Hales], nd.
TccL to Gaster, [Theodore Herzl], 1965 August 7.
TccL to Gt. Brit. General Register Office, 1965 August 20.
TccL to Gt. Brit. The Home Office, 1965 September 16.
TccL to Gr. Brit. Public Record Office, 1965 September 25.
2 TLS, 1 TccL to Greenleaf Books, nd, 1965 June 24, 1968 March 28.
TccL to Hampstead. Registrar of Births and Deaths, 1965 September 16.
2 TccL to Harcourt, Brace & World, Inc., directed to Hiram Haydn, 1967 June 19, 1968 March 24.
TccL to Harper & Brothers, directed to Melvin Arnold, 1957 May 17.
TLS to Henning, Walter Z., 1964 October 20.
TccL to Hsiao, Victor, 1967 September 4.
TccL to Institute of Marxism-Leninism, 1964 October 19.
3 TccL to International Institut voor Sociale Geschiedenis, 1964 December 23, 1965 October 4, 1965 October 12.
TccL to Isle of Man. Superintendent Registrar, 1965 October 26.
TccL to Kennedy, _____, 1965 February 14.
TLS to [Klausner], Bertha, nd.
TLS / draft, TL / draft to Klausner, Bertha, 1952 December 30.
TccL to [Klausner], Bertha, 1967 May 11.
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10.9 2 TccL to Labour Research Department, 1964 December 23, 1966 August 9.
3 TccL to Little, Brown & Company, Inc., directed to Al Hart, Jr., nd, 1967 September 21, 1967 December 6.
3 TccL to London. Borough of Hackney. Superintendent Registrar, 1965 August – September.
TccL to London. University. School of Economics, 1964 December 23.
TccL to Manchester. Registrar of Births and Deaths, 1965 August 20.
TccL to Mansell Collection, 1966 August 8.
TccL to Mayer, H. A., 1965 August 20.
TccL to Morrison, [Dennis Morrison], 2nd baron, 1964 December 23.
TccL to New York. Public Library. 1965 August 10.
TccL to New York Times, directed to Charles Brown, 1963 September 18.
2 TccL to New York Times Book Review, directed to Francis Brown (Editor), 1964 October 30, 1964 October 20.
ALS to Oei, Mimie, nd.
Telegram to Payne, [Stephen (?)], 1964 February 20.
TccL to [Pearson, _____], [1965 October 26].
TccL to Pilpel, Harriet, 1966 June 19.
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10.10 TccL to Schmidt, Paul, 1967 February 5.
TccL to Simon and Schuster, directed to Michael V. Korda, 1962 November 10.
ALS, TLS, TccL to Simon and Schuster, Inc., 2 nd, 1965 July 10.
3 TccL to [Simon and Schuster], directed to Michael V. Korda, 1965 August 11, 1967 November 29, 1967 December 19.
TccL to Society of Genealogists, 1966 February 8.
TccL to Strauss, [Harold], nd.
TLS to U. S. Government Printing Office, 1964 June 24.
TLS / Xerox copy to U. S. Library of Congress, 1963 November 27.
2 TLS / Xerox copies, 1 TccL to U. S. Library of Congress, 1964-1966.
TccL to Watson, Catherine, 1952 April 14.
TLS to Yale University. French Studies, 1968 October 21.



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10.11 [Unidentified author]. AL / inc to Payne, -- April 19.
[Unidentified author]. TL to Payne, 1952 February 7.
[Unidentified author]. TL to Payne, 1952 December 28.
[Unidentified author]. ALS to Payne, 1963 August 17.
[Unidentified author]. TLS to Payne, 1967 August 28.
[Unidentified author]. ALS "Alikspol" or Paul to Robert, 1963 July 19.
[Unidentified author]. APCS Eleanore to Payne, 1962 June 8.
[Unidentified author]. ALS Ernesta [?] to Payne, _____ January 17.
[Unidentified author]. TLS Gwyneth to Payne, nd.
[Unidentified author]. TLS Ilsa to Payne, 1961 December 1.
[Unidentified author]. TLS Muriel to Payne, nd.
[Unidentified author]. ALI, APCS Rohini C. to Payne, [1967] August 29, 1967 October 5 [postmark].
[Unidentified author]. ALS "Scottie" to Robert [Payne], 1963 May 7.
[Unidentified author]. TLS Stefan to Payne, 1950 March 20.
[Unidentified author]. ALS Tendy [?] to Payne, nd.
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10.12 Abelard-Schuman Limited. TLS to Payne, 1960 August 30.
Abelard-Schuman Limited. 2 TLS to Payne, 1964 March 13, 1966 March 31.
Abramovitch, Raphael R. TLS to Payne, 1962 June 6.
Adler’s Foreign Books, Inc. FPC to Payne, 1965 November 20.
Alabama. Dept. of Revenue. FLS to Payne, 1952 May 20.
The Albert Schweitzer Fellowship. TLS to Payne, 1955 October 25.
Allen (George) & Unwin Ltd. 3 TLS, 4 TL / copies to Payne, 1948-1951.
Amalgamated Engineering Union. ALS, TLS G. S. Aitken to Payne, 1965 September 30, 1966 August 25.
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10.13 American Heritage Publishing Co., Inc. 10 TLS, 1 TL, 3 Telegrams to Payne, 1 nd, 1964-1966.
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10.12 Anzlowar, Boris R. 3 TLS to Payne, 1962 May 6, 1963 May 6, 1963 May 11.
Arents Collections. TLS to Payne, 1960 July 12.
Artkino Pictures, Inc. TLS to Payne, 1962 May 28.
The Asia Institute. TLS to Payne, 1950 December 1.
Avon Books. Royalty statement to Payne, 1952 January 20.
Bell, Daniel. ALS to Payne, nd.
The Bettman Archive. TLS, Invoice to Payne, 1951 October 3, 1952 February 21.
Bienstock, N. S. TLS to Payne, 1952 April 24.
Bishopgate Institute. TLS to Payne, 1965 August 18.
Bjerknes, Chris. TLS to Payne, 1952 December 15.
Blackwell (B. H.) Ltd. TLS to Payne, 1950 September 28.
Blackwell (B. H.) Ltd. TPCS to Payne, 1951 October 16.
Board for Fundamental Education. TLS to Payne, 1955 November 3.
The Bobbs-Merrill Company, Inc. TLS to Payne, 1952 March 20.
Bonn. Universitäts – Bibliothek. TLS to Payne, 1967 January 24.
Bonniers, Inc. TLS to Payne, 1950 October 24.
Boterf, Shirley. TL, ANS, AN to Payne, nd, [1966] February 28, 1966 March 16.
The British Museum. TLS to Payne, 1964 December 21.
The British Museum. 2 TLS, 3 FPC, 1 Invoice to Payne, 1964-1965.
The British Museum. TLS to Payne, 1965 October 7.
British Museum. Dept. of Printed Books. FLS to Payne, 1962 September 3.
British Railways Board. TLS to Payne, 1965 September 29.
Buck, Pearl (S[ydenstricker]), 1892-. TLS to Payne, 1949 November 21.
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10.14 Caillé, Pierre F. ALS to Payne, 1950 September 28.
Caldwell, J. T. 2 ALS, 2 TLS to Payne, 1955 September – October.
Caldwell, John Tyler. 2 TLS to Payne, 1951 May 10, 1952 May 23.
California. University Press. TLS to Payne, 1949 December 14.
Callahan, J. Gerald. TLS to Payne, 1964 July 16.
Cargill, David C. 4 TLS to Payne, 1966 March – August.
Carter, Joseph. TLS to Payne, 1964 August 4.
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10.15 Chakravarty, Amiya [Chandra]. 4 ALS, 1 TLS, 1 Telegram to Payne, 1968-1969.
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10.14 Christie, Manson & Woods Ltd. 3 TLS to Payne, 1964 January – February.
The Clarendon Press. 2 TLS to Payne, 1952 May 5, 1952 June 4.
Cohn [?], Marcus A. ALS to Payne, 1968 October 26.
Columbia University. Libraries. 3 TLS to Payne, 1963 May – July.
Davis, Dick. TLS to Payne, 1968 May 15.
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10.16 The Day (John) Company, Inc. 8 TLS, 4 Royalty statements to Payne, 1949-1951.
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10.14 [Decker, Clarence Richard], ANS "Deck" to Payne, nd.
Decker, Clarence R[ichard], TLS "Deck" to Payne, 1961 October 31.
Demuth, S. L. TLS to Payne, 1964 October 22.
Deutsch, André. 6 TLS to Payne, 1950-1952.
Dietz Verlag Berlin. TLS to Payne, 1965 October 27. In German.
Downing, Robert, 1914-1975. TLS to Payne, 1953 July 4.
Duke, Vernon, ALS to Payne, ---- February 11.
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10.17 Dutton (E. P.) & Co. Inc. 38 TLS to Payne, 1967-1969.
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10.18 East London History Group. TLS to Payne, 1966 July 25.
Eire. Oifig an Ard-Chlàraitheora. FL to Payne, 1965 November 3.
Fetter, Frank W[hitson], 1899-. TLS to Payne, 1964 July 23.
[Flayderman, Phillip C.]. ANS to Payne, nd.
Foltz, Charles, Jr. TLS to Payne, 1961 May 12.
Four Continent Book Corporation. FLS to Payne, 1962 May 22.
Fratelli, Alinari. TLS to Payne, 1968 November 16.
Frick Art Reference Library. TLS to Payne, 1960 February 11.
Funk & Wagnalls Company. TLS to Payne, 1955 August 19.
Gallanez (Victor) Ltd. 4 TLS to Payne, 1949-1951.
Gandhi Peace Foundation. 2 TLS to Payne, 1968 May 13, 1969 January 15.
Gandhi Smarak Sangrahalaya Samiti. 2 TLS to Payne, 1968 May 21, 1968 August 3.
Gant, Roland. TLS to Payne, 1960 May 17.
Gary, Dorothy Hales. 3 ALS, 1 AN to Payne, 2 nd, 1962 July 9, 1962 August 4.
[Gary], Dorothy [Hales]. 2 ALS to Payne, 1964 June 23, 1964 July 26.
Gaster, Theodore H[erzl], 1906-. TLS to Payne, 1965 October 25.
Geddes, Norman Bel. TLS to Payne, 1950 December 13.
Goell, Theresa. TLS to Payne, 1962 May 21.
Goell, Theresa. 2 TLS to Payne, nd, 1962 June 11.
Gt. Brit. Foreign Office. Library. TLS to Payne, 1966 January 31.
Gt. Brit. General Register Office. FL to Payne, 1965 October 19.
Gt. Brit. Home Office. 2 TLS to Payne, 1965 October 14, 1966 January 14.
Gt. Brit. Imperial War Museum. TLS to Payne, 1963 October 15.
Gt. Brit. Lord Chamberlain’s Office. FLS to Payne, 1961 July 19.
Gt. Brit. Public Record Office. 3 TLS to Payne, 1965-1966.
Guide Dog Foundation for the Blind, Inc. FLS to Payne, 1952 December 16.
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10.19 Hackney Gazette. TLS to Payne, 1965 November 1.
Hale (Robert) Limited. 2 TLS to Payne, 1951 October 2, 1951 December 21.
Hale (Robert) Limited. 4 TLS to Payne, 1961-1964.
Hale (Robert) Ltd. 2 TLS to Payne, 1964 July 31, 1965 February 22.
Hammer, Armand, 1897-. TLS to Payne, 1962 June 6.
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10.20 Harcourt, Brace & World, Inc. 6 TLS, 1 TccLS, 1 A memo, 2 T memos to Payne, 3 nd, 1967-1968.
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10.19 Harper & Brothers. TLS Melvin Arnold to Payne, 1957 June 6.
Harper & Brothers. TLS to Payne, 1959 May 1.
Harper & Brothers. TLS to Payne, 1962 April 12.
Harper & Brothers. TLS Cass Canfield to Payne, 1962 May 29.
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10.21 Harper & Row. 4 TLS to Payne, 1962 September – December.
Harper & Row. 2 TLS, 1 FLS to Payne, 1963 March – August.
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10.19 Harvard University. The Houghton Library. TLS to Payne, 1962 July 17.
Haydn, Hiram [Collins], 1931. TccL to Payne, 1952 January 14.
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10.22 Heinemann (William), Ltd. 24 TLS to Payne, 1949-1952.
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10.19 Heyward, Dorothy [Hartzell (Kuhns)]. 4 ALS to Payne, 2 nd, 1959 December 23 [postmark], 1960 February 10 [postmark].
Higham (David) Associates, Ltd. TLS to Payne, 1963 October 30.
Higham (David) Associates, Ltd. 2 TLS to Payne, 1964 February 11, 1964 February 12.
Higham (David) Associates, Ltd. TLS to Payne, 1969 April 23.
Higham (David) Associates, Ltd. TLS to Payne, 1967 October 16.
Highet, Gilbert. TLS to Payne, 1964 July 29.
Hirmer Verlag München. TLS to Payne, 1961 December 18.
The Hogarth Press Ltd. TLS to Payne, 1952 July 24.
The Hongkong and Shanghai Banking Corporation. TLS to Payne, 1961 August 14.
The Hoover Institution on War, Revolution and Peace. 3 TLS to Payne, 1962-1963.
Horizon Press. TLS Ben Raeburn to Payne, 1966 June 1.
Hsu, Kai-yu, 1922-. TLS to Payne, 1963 July 23.
Hudson Book Club. TLS Muriel Van Gilder to Payne, 1963 June 6.
The Hylan (Dick Irving) Agency. TLS to Payne, 1953 July 1.
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10.23 India. Consulate General. New York. 3 TLS to Payne, 1967-1968.
International Instituut voor Sociale Geschiedenis. 4 TLS to Payne, 1965 January – October.
The Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum. TLS to Payne, 1951 October 13.
Isle of Man. General Registry. TLS to Payne, 1965 November 3.
Israel. Government Tourist Office. TLS to Payne, 1962 October 23.
Israel. Office of Information. TLS to Payne, 1962 May 31.
Israel. Prime Minister’s Office. TLS to Payne, 1962 November 5.
Jacquet, Henry A. TLS to Payne, 1966 July 25.
Kahol, Om Prakasha. 3 ALS to Payne, 1965 October – November.
Kennington, Miss C. S. 3 ALS to Payne, 1964 February – May.
Kennington, Celandine. ALS to Payne, 1964 January 9.
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10.24 Klausner, Bertha. 1 ALS, 89 TLS, 3 TL, 1 T list of Payne works to Payne, 2 nd, 1949-1952.
Klausner, Bertha. ANS, TNS to Payne. 1962 March 13, [1963 August].
Klausner, Bertha. 2 TLS to Payne, 1965 June 10, 1967 January 4.
Klausner, Bertha. 3 TLS to Payne, 1965 February – November.
Klausner, Bertha. TLS to Payne, 1967 March 17.
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10.25 Knopf (Alfred A.) Incorporated. TLS Harold Strauss to Payne, 1961 September 5.
Knopf (Alfred A.) Incorporated. 11 TLS to Payne re Dostoyevsky: A human portrait, 1959-1960.
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10.24 Knopf (Alfred A.) Incorporated. 2 TLS Harold Strauss to Payne, 1960 June 8, 1960 June 28.
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10.25 Kohn, Lucile, 1882-. ALS to Payne, 1965 November 16.
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10.26 Labour Research Department. 5 TLS to Payne, 1965-1966.
Lawrencec, A[rnold] W[alter], 1900-. 2 ALS to Payne, 1961 September 13, 1964 April 2.
Lee, Dai-Keong. 3 TLS to Payne, 1949-1950.
Leo Baeck Institute. TLS to Payne, 1965 October 5.
Librairie Alfred Costes. 2 ALS to Payne, nd, 1966 September 21. In French.
The Library for Intercultural Studies, Inc. ALS to Payne, 1963 April 30.
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10.27 Little, Brown and Company. 16 TLS, 1 ANS to Payne, 1964-1968.
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10.26 London. Borough of Camden. Superintendent Registrar’s Office. TLS to Payne, 1965 September 23.
London. Borough of Hanckey. 5 TLS to Payne, 1964-1965.
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10.29 The Macmillan Company. 11 TLS to Payne, 1950-1952.
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10.28 Macy, Helen. 2 TLS to Payne, 1964 September 29, 1965 April 30.
Malone, Lee. ALS to Payne, nd.
Marx Memorial Library. 2 ALS, 1 TLS to Payne, 1964-1967.
Messner (Julian), Inc. 2 TLS to Payne, 1950 May 16, 1950 September 30.
The Metropolitan Museum of Art. 2 TLS to Payne, 1951 November 29, 1961 July 7.
The Metropolitan Museum of Art. 2 TLS to Payne, 1962 August 10, 1962 September 12.
The Metropolitan Museum of Art. TLS D. von Bothmer to Payne, 1962 March 5.
Mexican National Tourist Council. TLS to Payne, 1967 August 17.
Micelli, Eleanore. TLI to Payne, 1962 March 22.
Moffett, Martha L. TL to Payne, nd.
Morrison, [Dennis Morrison], 2nd Baron, 1914-. TLS to Payne, 1965 July 15.
Mosely, Philip E[dward], 1905-. TLS to Payne, 1963 July 2.
Museum Haaretz. TLS to Payne, 1962 August 26.
The Museum of Modern Art. TLS to Payne, 1962 January 15.
Muzeum Karla Marxe-Karlovy Vary. TLS to Payne, 1967 July 15.
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10.31 National Gallery of Art. 3 TLS to Payne, 1951 October.
Navajivan Trust. 1 TLS, 2 TLS / Xerox copies to Payne, 1969 January – May.
Nelson (Thomas) & Sons. TLS to Payne, 1962 June 6.
Netherlands Institute of Art History. 2 TLS to Payne, 1964 December 28, 1965 January 8.
New Directions. TLS to Payne, 1950 September 6.
The New Order Book Co. TLS to Paybe, 1969 March 8.
The New Republic. TLS Robert Evett (Books & the Arts Editor) to Payne, 1965 July 1.
The New York Times. 6 TLS, 2 Telegrams to Payne, 1951-1964.
The New York Times Book Review. 7 TLS, 1 Telegram to Payne, 1964-1966.
The New York Times. TLS Harvey Shapiro (Sunday Dept.) to Payne, 1962 April 5.
Nicolaevsky, B[oris Ivanovich]. TLS to Payne, 1962 June 23. In Russian.
Norris, Hoke. TLS to Payne, 1967 September 27.
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10.30 Norton (W. W) & Company, Inc. 2 ALS, 10 TLS, 1 ANS to Payne, 1 nd, 1 inc d, 1965-1966.
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10.31 Norton (W. W.) & Company, Inc. 5 TLS, 2 TccL to Payne, 1 nd, 1963.
Ohio Wesleyan University. Slocum Library. TLS J. H. Lancaster (Director) to Payne, 1960 September 16.
Oliphant, Samuel. TLS to Payne, 1951 March 11.
[Olson], Charles, 1910-1970. ALS, TLS to Payne, nd, -- May 19.
Orientalia Bookshop, Inc. TLS, FN to Payne, nd, 1965 October 18.
Ornhek [?], John E. ALS to Payne, nd.
Orth, Robert H. TLS to Payne, 1964 June 25.
Osterreichische Archäologische Institut. Bill To Payne, 1962 May 30.
Oviatt, Ruth A. TLS to Payne, 1963 May 3.
Oxford University Press. TLS to Payne, 1944 October 2.
Oxford University Press. FL to Payne, 1958 August 7.
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10.33 Payne, Alan. ALS to Payne, _____ May 7.
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11.1 Payne, Alan. 23 ALS, 1 ALI, 1 AL, 1 T receipts to Payne, 25 inc d, 1960-[1962].
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10.33 Payne, Alan. ALS to Payne, [1966] December 9.
[Payne, Stephen]. APCS "Father" to Payne, 1959 June 2.
[Payne, Stephen]. ALS "Father" to Payne, 1962 May 9.
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11.2 [Payne, Stephen]. 21 ALS, 2 AL / inc, 1 AL, 1 TLS / inc, 3 AN "Father" to Payne, 4 nd, 1 inc d, 1964-1967.
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10.33 [Payne, Stephen]. 4 ALS "Father" to Payne, _____ May 1, 1962 April 14, 1962 May 6.
[Payne, Stephen]. ALS "Father" to Payne, 1962 June 2.
[Payne, Stephen]. ALS "Father" to Payne, 1967 December 29.
[Payne, Mrs. Stephen]. 2 ALS "Mama" to Payne, nd, 1960 March 10. In French.
[Payne, Mrs. Stephen]. ACPS "Mother" to Payne, 1962 October 5.
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10.32 Pfeffer, Max. TLS to Payne, 1951 February 26.
Phelps-Stokes Fund. TLS to Payne, 1955 November 25.
Philips, August. 2 TLS "Toby" to Payne, 1965 July 9, 1965 September 3.
Pope, Arthur Upham, 1881-. TLS to Payne, 1963 August 5.
P[ound], E[zra Loomis], 1885-. ALI to Payne, 1949 February.
[Powell, Lawrence Clark], 1906-. APCS "Larry" to Payne, 1962 April 4 [postmark].
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11.3 Prentice-Hall, Inc. 10 TLS, 2 TccL to Payne, 1950-1952.
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10.32 Prezzi, Wilma [M.], 1915-. TLS to Payne, 1951 March 19.
Princeton University. Art Museum. TLS to Payne, 1961 July 13.
Pritchett (Mary) – Barbara Brandt. 2 TLS, 12 Royalty statements to Payne, 1949-1951.
The Pulpit Book Club. TLS to Payne, 1951 September 7.
Pyramid Books. TLS, TL to Payne, 1961 June 29, 1961 September 6.
Read, Sir Herbert, 1893-1968. 3 ALS, 1 ALI to Payne, 1943-1962.
Rijksmuseum. TLS to Payne, 1964 December 4.
Rose, Daniel. TLS to Payne, 1962 July 23.
Russian American Book Agency. TLS to Payne, 1960 May 26.
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11.4 Salerno. Museo Nazionale di Paestum. TLS to Payne, 1962 June 8. In Italian.
Saturday Review. TLS Rochelle Gerson (Book Review Editor) to Payne, 1961 August 25.
Saturday Review. TLS to Payne, 1962 September 20.
Scharf, Jean. 2 TLS to Payne, 1967 June 1, 1967 June 10.
Schillinger, Frances. 2 TLS to Payne, 1959 February 11, 1959 November 12.
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11.5 Schuman (Henry), Inc. 6 TLS, 8 TLI, 1 TL / inc to Payne, 1949-1951.
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11.6 Scott, Beatrice. 10 ALS, 1 AL to Payne, 1965-1967.
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11.4 Secunda, Sholom, 1894-. ALS, TLS to Payne, nd, 1959 November 24.
Settle, Mrs. M. ALS to Payne, 1967 June 25.
Sherman Grinberg Film Libraries, Inc. TLS to Payne, 1964 October 27.
Shoe, Lucy T[axis]. ALS to Payne, 1962 May 17.
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11.7 Simon and Schuster, Inc. 1 ALS, 17 TLS Michael V. Korda to Payne, 3 nd, 1962-1964.
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11.10 [Simon and Schuster]. TLS, TccLS to Payne, 1962 June 14, 1962 July 17.
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11.8 Simon and Schuster. 9 TLS, 1 TL, 1 Telegram to Payne, 1 nd, 1967-1968.
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11.9 Simon and Schuster, Inc. 7 TLS to Payne re The Fortress, 2 inc d, 1966.
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11.10 Simon and Schuster, Inc. 3 TLS to Payne, 1964-1965.
Simon and Schuster, Inc. 2 TLS, 1 ANS to Payne, 1964-1965.
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11.4 Skinner, Cornelia Otis. TLS to Payne, 1959 November 20.
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11.11 Sloane (William) Associates, Inc. 8 TLS, 2 Royalty statements to Payne, 1949-1951.
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11.4 Small (Paul) Artists Ltd. Inc. 1 ALS, 2 TLS to Payne, 1952 April – May.
Society of Genealogists. TLS, TL to Payne, 1966 February 24, 1966 March 3.
Southgate, Walter. ALS to Payne, 1966 July 15.
Spain. Embassy. U. S. TLS Antonio Espinosa (Cultural Counselor) to Payne, 1960 August 17.
Stanford University. Office of Comptroller. Bill to Payne, 1962 May 31.
Stead, Rexford. 2 TLS to Payne, 1963 August 29, 1967 October 11.
Stechert-Hafner, Inc. TLS, FL to Payne, 1962 June 1, 1963 December 12.
Stern & Reubens. TLS to Payne, 1950 April 7.
Story. TccL to Payne. 1949 April 15.
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11.12 Terpak, Luba and Michael. 23 TLS to Payne, 1965-1966.
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11.13 United Nations World. 2 TLS to Payne, 1949 November 30, 1949 December 30.
U. S. Agency for International Development. India. TLS to Payne. 1968 July 26.
U. S. Dept. of the Army. TLS to Payne, 1964 June 23.
U. S. Dept. of Defense. TLS to Payne, 1963 November 7.
U. S. Dept. of State. TLS to Payne, 1964 December 22.
U. S. General Services Administration. National Archives and Records Service. 2 TLS to Payne, 1962 June 6, 1962 June 14.
U. S. The Library of Congress. TLS, FPC to Payne, 1962 May 9, 1962 May 22.
U. S. Social Security Administration. TLS to Payne, 1952 May 16.
Van Vechten, Carl. TLS to Payne, 1959 November 10.
The Viking Press, Inc. 2 TLS to Payne, 1951 September 24, 1951 September 27.
The Viking Press, Inc. TLS to Payne, 1967 April 13.
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11.15 Wels, Richard H. TLS to Payne, 1960 August 16.
Westminster Bank Limited. 2 TLS to Payne, 1952 June 23, 1952 June 30.
Weybright and Talley, Inc. 2 TLS Truman M. Talley to Payne, 1967 December 19, 1968 January 26.
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11.14 Weybright and Talley, Inc. 32 TLS to Payne, 1967-1969.
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11.15 Wingate (Allan) Limited. 4 TLS to Payne, 1949-1950.
Welper Productions Inc. 3 TLS to Payne, 1964 August – September.
The World Publishing Company. 2 TLS to Payne, 1951 March 13, 1951 May 16.
Wyn (A. A.), Inc. 3 TLS to Payne, 1952 July – December.
Yeshiva University. 2 TLS Abraham G. Dukov (Director of Libraries) to Payne, 1966 May 20, 1966 June 29.
Yivo Institute for Jewish Research. TLS to Payne, 1964 October 23.
Young, Rodney S[tuart], 1907-. ALS to Payne, 1962 June 1.
Zahn, Eva. 2 TLS to Payne, 1950 October 2, 1950 November 21.
[Zoglin, Rosalind A.]. 1 T memo S, 2 Tcc memo S to Payne, nd, -- May 13 [2].
Zsolnay (Paul) Verlag. 1 TLS, 2 Royalty statements to Payne, 1950 November 20 [2], 1952 May 10.



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11.16 [Unidentified author]. [Criticism of Ancient Greece] There was a dawin in Greece by Robert Payne, Tms [6pp], nd.
[Unidentified author]. [Notes, corrections and suggestions] re The Roman triumph, Ams / Xerox copy (8pp), nd.
[Unidentified author]. [Reader’s report on Hubris: The wanton nymph by Payne], Tms (2pp), 1957 May 10.
[Unidentified author]. [Reader’s report on] Louisiana lady by Nancy Haywood Leonard, Tms [1p], nd.
[Unidentified author]. [Reader’s report on] The mourners by Robert Payne, Tms [1p], nd.
[Unidentified author]. [Reader’s report on] The smoking fields by Robert Payne, Tms / copy [1p], nd.
[Unidentified author]. [Reader’s report on] Terminus by Robert Payne, Tms [2pp], nd.
[Unidentified author]. [Reader’s report on 2 Robert Payne stories], Tms [1p], nd.
[Unidentified author]. [Reader’s report on The young emperor by Robert Payne], Tms [2pp], nd.
[Unidentified author]. [Review of The young emperor by Robert Payne], Tms / copy [3pp], nd.
[Unidentified author]. TL Joe B. to K[orda], M[ichael] V., 1964 June 23.
[Unidentified authors]. [Corrections and suggestions for Gandhi book], 2 Amss [9pp], nd.
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11.17 [Unidentified authors]. [Notes on and lists of photographs for Sun, stones and silence], A, T, and Tccmss [90pp], nd.
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11.18 Abelard-Schuman Limited. TLS to Klausner, Bertha, 1960 December 5.
Almat Publishing Corporation. TLS to Klausner Bertha, 1959 December 17.
Almat Publishing Corporation. TLS to Klausner, Bertha, 1960 February 18.
The Atlantic Monthly Press. TLS to Klausner, Bertha, 1950 October 10.
Avon Publishing Co., Inc. TLS to Klausner, Bertha, 1952 June 20.
Barkham, John. [Review of] Marx by Robert Payne, Tms / copy / Photostat [2pp], nd.
The Bobbs-Merrill Company, Inc. 2 TLS Hiram Hadyn (New York Editor) to Klausner, Bertha, 1951 September 11, 1952 March 31.
Bollingen Series. 2 TLS to Klausner, Bertha, 1950 March 1, 1950 March 22.
Casa Editrice Licinio Cappelli. TLS to Klausner, Bertha, 1952 June 12. In Italian.
Chakravarty, Amiya [Chandra]. TLS / Photostat to the Editor, Dutton (E. P.) & Co., Inc., 1969 January 26.
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11.19-11.21 [Checkhov, Anton Pavlovich], 1860-1904. [The island: A journey to Sakhalin] The island of Sakhalin, [translated by Luba and Michael Terkap], Tms with extensive A revisions by Robert Payne [561pp], nd.
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11.22-11.24 Chekhov, Anton [Pavlovich], 1860-1904. [The island: A journey to Sakhalin] The island of Sakhalin, translated by Luba and Michael Terpak, Tccms (460pp), 1965.
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gf 16 Chekhov, Anton [Pavlovich], 1860-1904. The island: A journey to Sakhalin, translated by Luba and Michael Terpak; edited and with an introduction by Robert Payne, Page proofs on galley sheets / inc [410pp on 137 sheets], 1967.
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11.18 Collier’s. 4 TLS to Klausner, Bertha, 1950-1952.
Columbia Pictures Corporation. TLS to Kraemer, Bertha, 1951 September 4.
Creative Age Press, Inc. TLS to Klausner, Bertha, 1950 October 23.
Crowell (Thomas Y.) Company. TLS to Klausner, Bertha, 1952 April 2.
Crown Publishers. TLS to Klausner, Bertha, 1950 October 31.
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11.25 De la Rue (Thomas) International Limited. TLS to Payne, S[tephen], 1966 January 19.
Duell, Sloan & Pearce, Inc. TLS to Klausner, Bertha, 1949 July 26.
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11.26 Duhamel, Georges, 1884-. [Introductory material for Sun, Stones and silence, A, T, and Tccmss [19pp], nd.
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11.27 Dumbadze, Nodar. The sunny night, Tms / Xerox copy with A notes by Robert Payne on title page [193pp], nd.
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gf 17 Dumbadze, Nodar. The sunny night, translated by George Nakashidse with introduction by Robert Payne, Galley proofs (70 sheets), 1968.
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11.25 Dutton (E. P.) & Co., Inc. 3 TLS to Klausner, Bertha, 1951 July – October.
Dutton (E. P.) & Co., Inc. TLS / Xerox copy to Klausner, Bertha, 1967 December 29.
Ellsworth, Pat. TLS to [Orth, Robert H.] "Bob", 1964 June 18.
Flair. TLS to Klausner, Bertha, 1950 March 16.
Gollancz (Victor), Ltd. 2 TLS to Payne, Stephen, 1950 October 31, 1950 November 13.
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osf 1 Gardiner, Lion, 1599-1663. His relation of the Pequst warres, Ams / Photostat [13pp on 7 leaves], nd.
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11.25 Gary, Dorothy Hales. ALI to Fox, Milton, nd.
Golden, John. TLS to Klausner, Bertha, 1950 January 6.
Goldman, Alex J. 3 ALS, 1 ANS to [Klausner], Bertha, 2 nd, _____ April 4, _____ November 1.
Gt. Brit. Principal Probate Registry. FLI to Payne, S[tephen], 1965 October 6.
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12.1 Hall (W. F.) Printing Company. TLS to Avon Publishing Company, Inc., 1951 October 18.
Harcourt, Brace and Company, Inc. 2 TLS to Klausner, Bertha, 1950 March 30, 1950 April 27.
Harper’s Bazaar. TLS to Klausner, Bertha, 1950 March 30.
Harper’s Magazine. FL to Klausner, Bertha, 1950 April 14.
Hedley, Pamela. TLS to Klausner, Bertha, 1965 May 18.
Hurley, Walter J. TL / copy to Hadyn, Hiram, 1952 March 19.
[Kirkus (Virginia) Service]. [Review of] Marx by Robert Payne, Printed / Xerox copy with ANI by Michael Korda [?], nd.
Klausner, Bertha. TccL to Dutton (E. P.) & Co, Inc., 1968 January 6.
Klausner, Bertha. TccL to The Macmillan Company, directed to A. L. Hart, Jr., 1950 September 7.
Klausner, Bertha. TccL to Lindsay, Howard, 1950 January 20.
Knopf (Alfred A.) Incorporated. TLS to Klausner, Bertha, 1959 November 12.
Kupper, Cheryl. TLS / Xerox copy to [Unidentified recipient] "Mac", 1968 March 26.
[Ley-] Piscator, Maria [(von Czada)], 1905-. TLS to Klausner, Bertha, 1950 February 28.
Life. TLS to Klausner, Bertha, 1963 September 27.
Lippincott (J. B.) Company. 2 TLS to Klausner, Bertha, 1950 October 18, 1950 November 3.
Little, Brown & Company, Inc. 2 TLS, 1 TLS / Xerox copy to Klausner, Bertha, 1967 August – November.
London. Borough of Hackney. Public Libraries. TLS to Payne, S[tephen], 1964 October 1.
Look. TLS to Klausner, Bertha, 1969 January 14.
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12.2 Maclean’s Magazine. TLS to Klausner, Bertha, 1950 March 23.
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12.3 The Macmillan Company. 7 TLS, 1 TccLS, 2 TccL A.L. Hart, Jr. (Associate Editor) to Klausner, Bertha, 1949-1952.
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12.2 McNeill, William H[ardy], 1917-. TLS / Xerox copy to Simon and Schuster, directed to Michael V. Korda, 1967 November 26.
Madsén, Elmer Page. TLS to [Klausner], Bertha, 1952 May 6.
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12.4 Mao Tse-tung, 1893-. [Poems], Tms / copies with A notes by Robert Payne [15pp], nd.
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12.5 Marx, Karl. 13 ALS / Photostats, 5 ALI / Photostats to Danielson, N[ikolay], 1868-1881.
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12.2 Mathewson, Rufus W. Jr. TLS / Photostat to Strauss, Harold, re Robert Payne’s Dostoevsky, 1960 July 9.
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gf 18 Mayakovsky, Vladimir Vladimirovich, 1894-1930. The complete plays, translated by Guy Daniels with an introduction by Robert Payne, Galley proofs (65 sheets), 1968 January [printer’s stamp].
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12.2 Messner (Julian), Inc. 2 TLS to Klausner, Bertha, 1950 September 19, 1950 October 5.
Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer. 3 TLS to Klausner, Bertha, 1950 January 17, 1951 May 9, 1952 May 28.
Morrow (William) & Company, Inc. TLS to Klausner, Bertha, 1963 October 28.
Morrow (William) & Company, Inc. TLS to Klausner, Bertha, 1963 October 28.
Morrow (William) & Company, Inc. TLS to Klausner, Bertha, 1964 October 22.
The New American Library of World Literature, Inc. TLS to Klausner, Bertha, 1951 October 23.
New York. Public Library. Order from Robert Payne, 1960 August 12.
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12.6 [Olyesha, Yuri]. [Love and other stories], Printed / Xerox and Photostat copy of Russian text / inc [33 sheets], nd.
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12.2 Oxford University Press. TLS to Klausner, Bertha, 1950 October 30.
Oxford University Press. 2 TLS to Payne, Stephen, 1943 February 25, 1944 May 25.
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12.7 Pantheon Books, Inc. TLS to Klausner, Bertha, nd.
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12.2 Paramount Pictures Corporation. 3 TLS to Klausner, Bertha, 1950 March 22, 1951 August 30, 1951 October 17.
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12.8 [Pasternak, Boris], 1890-1960. [Sister-my life, translated by Phillip Charles Flayderman with introduction by Robert Payne], T and Tccms / inc with A emendations [73pp], nd.
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gf 19 Pasternak, Boris, 1890-1960. Sister—my life, translated by Phillip Charles Flayderman with introduction by Robert Payne, Galley proofs with A corrections [48pp], nd.
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12.9 [Payne, Alan], [Research notes for Robert Payne’s Laurence of Arabia], A and Tms / notes [approx 265pp], nd.
[Payne, Robert], 1911-1983:
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12.17 [Unidentified history of art: Notes], Ams / notes [54pp], nd.
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12.18 [Alexander the God: Research notes], Ams / notes with few printed clippings [43pp in notebook], nd.
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12.19-20 [Ancient Greece: Research notes], Ams / notes and clippings [approx. 400pp], [c. 1962-1963].
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12.21 [Ancient Greece] The triumph of the Greeks: [Front matter], Tccms with A emendations [22pp], nd.
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13.1-7 [Ancient Rome: Notes], Ams / notes [approx. 2000pp], nd.
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12.22-23 [Ancient Rome: Resource materials], Printed [approx. 250pp], nd.
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13.8 [The back of the tiger: Research notes], Ams / notes and clippings [101pp in notebook], nd.
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13.9 [The barbarian and the geisha: Research notes], Ams / notes and clippings [97pp in notebook], nd.
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13.10 [Bills for materials for Bandhi book], 3 Printed forms with A and T entries [4pp], 1965-1968.
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13.11 [Bills, receipts, and other financial ephemera], 84 items, 1949-1965; many undated].
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13.12 [The birth of Venus (play): Research Notes], Ams / notes [48pp], nd.
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13.13 [Brave Harvest: research notes], Ams / notes and clippings [92pp in notebook], nd.
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13.15 [The canal builders: Illustrations], 1 A and Tccms / notes and lists [4pp], 35 Photographs and printed [35pp], nd.
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osf 1 [The canal builders: Maps], 3 ink drawings [1p each], nd.
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13.16-18 [Caravaggio: Research notes], A and Tms / notes and printed [approx. 475pp], nd.
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14.1, gf 1 Chiang Kai-Shek: [Front and end matter], Tccms / inc [6pp], Proof [14 sheets], 1969.
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14.2 [Chiang Kai-shek: Notes], Ams / notes and printed [32pp], nd.
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14.3 [Chiang Kai-shek: Source materials], A and Tms and printed [49pp], nd.
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14.4 [The chieftain: Research notes], Ams / notes and printed [93pp in 2 notebooks, many loosely laid in], nd.
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14.5-7 [The Christian centuries: Notes], A and Tms / notes and printed [approx. 750pp], nd.
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14.8-9 [The Civil war in Spain: Notes], A and Tms / notes and printed [300pp], nd.
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13.14 [Concord Bridge by Howard Home (pseud): Research notes], Ams / notes and printed [48pp in notebook, many loosely laid in], nd.
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14.10 [Dostoyevsky: A human portrait (Illustrations)], Photographs [40pp], nd.
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14.11-12 [Dostoyevsky: A human portrait (Notes)], A and Tms / notes and printed [approx. 460pp], nd.
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14.13-14 [The fathers of the Eastern Church: Notes], Ams / notes and printed [approx. 575pp], nd.
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14.15 [The fortress: Illustrations], Photographs [43pp of paste-ups], [1966].
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15.1-2 The Fortress: [Notes], A and Tms / notes and printed [approx. 585pp], nd.
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15.3 [Gershwin: Notes], A and Tms / notes and printed [approx. 225pp], nd.
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15.4 [The holy sword: Notes and pictures], A and Tms / notes, printed and photographs [43pp], nd.
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15.5 A house in Peking: [Notes], Ams / notes and printed [approx. 125pp in notebook, much loosely laid in], nd.
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15.6 [Hubris: The wanton nymph (Notes)], A and Tms / notes and printed [approx. 100pp], nd.
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15.7 Trans. [The image of Chekhov: Notes], Ams / notes and printed [approx. 135pp], nd.
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15.8 [The isles of Greece: notes], A and Tms / notes and printed [175pp], nd.
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15.9 [Lawrence of Arabia: Notes], Ams / notes and printed [approx. 260pp], nd.
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15.10-2 [The life and death of Lenin: Research materials], A and Tms / notes, printed and Photostats [approx. 1300pp], nd. ]
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16.3-4 [The life and death of Mahatma Gandhi: Illustrations], 1 Ams / list [2pp], 3 Printed maps [3pp], 58 Photographs [58pp], nd.
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16.5 [The life and death of Mahatma Gandhi: Miscellaneous Pages], Tccms, Tccms / Xerox copies, and printed / Xerox copy [22pp], nd.
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16.6-11 [The life and death of Mahatma Gandhi: Research materials], Ams / notes, Tms / copies, Mimeo and printed materials [approx. 1200pp], nd.
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16.12 [The Lord Jesus: Notes], A and Tms / notes and printed [approx. 170pp], nd.
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17.1 [Lost treasures of the Mediterranean world: Notes], A and Tms / notes and printed and Photostats [approx. 130pp], nd.
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17.2 [Malraux: Notes], Ams and printed / notes [approx. 165pp], nd.
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17.4 Mao Tse-tung [Front matter and index (1969 version)], 2 Tms and Tms / Xerox copies [57pp], 8 Proofs [36pp], 1969.
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17.5-6 [Mao Tse-tung: Source materials for 1969 Version], Ams / notes and printed [approx. 225pp], nd.
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osf 2 [Marx: Illustrations], Paste-ups for reproduction [20pp], nd.
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17.7 Marx: Index and captions, 1 A and Tms / workings (8pp), nd.
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17.8-12 [Mark: Source materials], A and Tms / notes [approx. 1500pp], nd.
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17.13-18.4 [Marx: Source materials], Mimeo, printed and duplicated [approx. 1000pp], nd.
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17.3 Memorandum of agreement with Hermitage House, Inc. for the great god Pan, Printed DS [4pp], 1951 May 29.
Memorandum of agreement with Wingate (Allan) Limited for Zero, Printed DS [4pp], nd.
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18.5 [Mexico City: Captions and other matter], T and Tccmss [11pp], Galley proofs (3 sheets), nd.
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18.6 [Mexico City: Resource materials], Ams / notes and printed [approx. 225pp], nd.
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17.3 [Miscellanea], 6 Ams and printed items [8pp], nd.
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18.7 [Notebook withdrawals], [2pp], nd.
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18.8 [Notes and resource material re Boris Pilnyak], A and Tms / notes and printed [approx. 80pp], nd.
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18.10 Ed. [Notes for The Island: A journey to Sakhalin by Anton Chekhov], Ams / notes and Xerox copy of map [26pp], nd.
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18.9 Order form for photo-duplicates at New York Public Library, nd.
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18.11 [Red Lion Inn] Imperial Road: [Notes], Ams / notes and printed [approx. 40pp], nd.
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18.12-19.2 [The rise and fall of Stalin: Notes], A and Tms / notes and printed [approx. 1650pp], nd.
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19.3-5 [The rise and fall of Stalin: Resource materials], Printed and duplicated [approx. 250pp], nd.
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* [The Roman triumph: Notes], Ams / notes [approx. 2000pp], nd. [*Missing 4/1986]
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19.7 [The Shepherd and The Lord Jesus: notes], Ams / notes and printed [approx. 260pp], nd.
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19.6 [Smiling goddesses: Notes], Ams / notes and duplicated [35pp], nd.
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19.8 [The splendor of Asia: Notes and resource material], A and Tms / notes and printed [approx. 200pp], nd.
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19.9 [The splendor of France: Notes and resource material], Ams / notes and printed [approx. 110pp], nd.
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19.10 [The splendor of Israel: Illustrations], 3 Tccms / lists, one with A revisions [5pp], nd.
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19.11-12 [The splendor of Israel: Notes and resource materials], A and Tms / notes and printed [approx. 200pp], nd.
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19.6 [The splendors of Byzantium: Notes], Ams / notes and printed [11pp], nd.
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20.1 Splendor of Greece: Illustrations, Tms / list with A notes and revisions (2pp), nd.
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20.2 [Splendour of Greece: Notes and resource material], A and Tms / notes and printed [approx. 125pp], nd.
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19.6 [Sun, stones and silence: Notes], Ams / notes and printed [31pp], nd.
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20.3 [The terrorists: Notes and resource material], Ams / notes and printed [approx. 65pp in notebook, much loosely laid in], nd.
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20.4 [The three worlds of Albert Schweitzer: Notes and resource materials], A and Tms / notes and printed [approx. 240pp], nd.
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20.5 [The three worlds of Boris Pasternak: Notes and resource materials], Ams / notes and printed [approx. 75pp], nd.
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20.6 [The young emperor: Notes and resource materials], Ams / notes and printed [52pp in notebook, partly pasted or loosely laid in], nd.
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12.7 Payne, Stephen. AL / copy, TccL to Editor, Hackney Gazette, 1965 November 23, 1966 July 14.
Piscator, Erwin, 1893-1966. TLS to Klausner, Bertha, 1950 December 8.
Pratt, Fletcher, 1897-. [Reader’s report on] The Payne biography of Marshall, Tms / Photostat (4pp), nd.
Prentice-Hall, Inc. 3 TLS / TccL / copy to Klausner, Bertha, 1951-1952.
Putnam’s (G. P.) Sons. TLS to Klausner, Bertha, 1962 May 3.
RKO Radio Pictures, Inc. 2 TLS to Klausner, Bertha, 1950 January 24, 1951 May 25.
Random House, Inc. 3 TLS to Klausner, Bertha, 1950-1951.
Read, Sir Herbert, 1893-1968. TLS / Xerox copy to Simon and Schuster, directed to Michael V. Korda, 1967 December 21.
Read, Sir Herbert, 1893-1968. Black and White, AmsS / Xerox copy [1p], nd.
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12.11 Reck, Vera T. TLS / Photostat to Washington Square Press, 1966 December 30.
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12.7 The Reporter. 2 TLS to Klausner, Bertha, 1950 March 24, 1950 April 11.
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12.10 Saturday Review, 2 TLS to Klausner, Bertha, 1969 September 10, 1969 September 12.
Schuman (Henry), Inc. 3 TLS to Klausner, Bertha, 1950-1951.
Schuster, Max Lincoln, 1897-. TL / Xerox copy to Harriman, W. Averell, 1964 July 8.
Simon and Schuster, Inc. [Publicity for Robert Payne’s Life and death of Lenin], 2 Duplicated [1p each], nd, 1964 March 4.
Simon and Schuster, Inc. TLS to Klausner, Bertha, 1949 August 15.
Simon and Schuster, Inc. TLS to [Klausner], Bertha, 1963 August 2.
[Simon and Schuster], TccL to Bührer, Emil, 1962 October 18.
Sloane (William) Associates, Inc. TLS to Klausner, Bertha, 1950 November 6.
Sloane (William) Associates, Inc. TLS to Stead, Rexford, 1950 February 8.
Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corporation, 2 TLS to Klausner, Bertha, 1950 March 10, 1950 May 15.
U.S.S.R. Embassy. U.S. TLS / Thermofax copy to Korda, Michael V. 1962 May 10.
U.S. Register of Copyrights. Certificate of registration for Maharajah by Robert Payne, Printed D [1p], 1951 November 5.
Unwin, Sir Stanley. TL / copy to Callender, Miss, 1951 March 1.
Vanguard Films, Inc. TLS to Klausner, Bertha, 1950 April 21.
The Viking Press, Inc. 3 TLS to Klausner, Bertha, 1950-1952.
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12.13-15 Vogau, Boris Andreevich, 1894-. Tale of the unextinguished moon and other stories, by Boris Pilnyak [pseud.], translated by Beatrice Scott with an introduction by Robert Payne, T and Tccms and Tms / duplicated with A revisions by Payne [424pp], 1966.
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gf 20 Vogau, Boris Andreevich, 1894-. Tale of the unextinguished moon and other stories, by Boris Pilnyak [pseud.], translated by Beatrice Scott with an introduction by Robert Payne, Galley proofs [82pp], nd.
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12.16 Vogau, Boris Andreevich, 1894-. Tale of the unextinguished moon and other stories, by Boris Pilnyak [pseud.], translated by Beatrice Scott with an introduction by Robert Payne, Advance proofs with A revisions, many on sheets pasted in [70pp], 1967.
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12.10 Ware, J. [Reader’s report on Red storm over Asia] Asia in a world at arms by Robert Payne, TmsI (2pp), 1950 November 13.
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12.12 [Washington Square Press]: The Russian Library. [Advance notices re publications], 4 Tms / duplicated [16pp], 1967.
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12.10 Weybright and Talley, Inc. [Text for book jacket for Robert Payne’s Mao Tse-tung], 2 proofs [1 sheet each], nd.
Weybright and Talley, Inc. 3 TLS / Xerox copies to Klausner, Bertha, 1967-1968.
Woman’s Home Companion. TLS to Klausner, Bertha, 1952 May 22.
The World Publishing Company. TLS, Royalty statement to Klausner, Bertha, 1952 March 25, 1952 June 5.
Wüllerstorff, Christa. TLS to Klausner, Bertha, 1952 June 23.



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21.1-2 Payne, Robert, [The rise and fall of Stalin: Illustrations], [approx. 75pp], nd.



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