University of Texas, Harry Ransom Humanities Research Center

Henry Treece:

An Inventory of His Collection at the Harry Ransom Center



Creator: Treece, Henry, 1911-1966
Title: Henry Treece Collection
Dates: 1930-1964
Abstract: Henry Treece was a British writer of poetry, plays, criticism, and fiction. He is best remembered for his historical novels for both children and adults. His collection mainly consists of handwritten and typed manuscripts and a significant amount of correspondence.
Call Number: Manuscript Collection MS-4271
Extent: 12 record center cartons (12.00 linear feet), 6 galley files (gf), 5 oversize folders (osf)
Language: English, French
Repository: The University of Texas at Austin, Harry Ransom Center

Restrictions

Access:

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


Administrative Information

Acquisition:

Purchases, 1963-1995 (R1043, R1249, R1519, R2013, R13494)

Processed by:

Jack Boettcher and 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: 059188000069068
  • Box 2: 059188000069079
  • Box 3: 059188000069080
  • Box 4: 059188000069090
  • Box 5: 059188000069104
  • Box 6: 059188000069115
  • Box 7: 059188000069002
  • Box 8: 059188000069013
  • Box 9: 059188000069024
  • Box 10: 059188000069035
  • Box 11: 059188000069046
  • Box 12: 059188000069057

Container List

Works:

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1.1 [Unidentified notes], Ams with A deletions [7pp], nd.
[Unidentified work] "The world has at last judged L. the fourteenth correctly…," Ams/fragments [2pp], nd.
[Untitled poem] "Half the mother life-ebb spurted at my birth/ was wasted…," Ams [1p], 1935 May 6. Written on verso: [Untitled poem] "How shall I come…" Ams 1935 May 6. Torn from notebook.
[Untitled poem] "Half the mother life-ebb spurted at my birth/ was wasted…," 3 Tmss [1p each], nd.
[Untitled poem] "Having looked on life at its blackest…," Tms [1p], nd.
[Untitled poem] "He in his humbleness…," Tms [1p], nd. Written on this: [Untitled poem] "Dread Charon, with your spiked belt on…" Tms no date.
[Untitled poem] "How shall I come…," 2 Tmss [1p each], nd.
[Untitled poem] "I am vagrant now…," Ams [1p], 1936 May 9. Written on verso: [Poem] "Which is the thing?..." Ams no date. Torn from notebook.
[Untitled poem] "In the wind’s dark sobbing…," Ams [1p], [1935] November 21. Written on this: [Untitled poem] "From heath and hearth-stone…" Ams [1935], November 22, Written on verso: Death scene, Ams 1935 December 1.
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* [Untitled poem] "Let us hammer the phrases…," Ams, ____ April 7. [*Missing 12/1987]
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1.1 [Untitled poem] "Like a crude boy, the dull December wind…," Tms with A markings in unidentified hand, nd.
[Untitled poem] "Oh comrade, come from the dungeons made for you…," Ams [1p], ---- March 6. Written on verso: [Untitled poem] "All summer’s wealth…" Ams ---- March 8. Torn from notebook.
[Untitled poem] "The casual glance…," Ams [1p], [1936] April 21. Written on verso: God [poem], Ams 1936 April 26. Torn from notebook.
[Untitled poem] "Times iron poison cronches in the blood…," Ams [1p], ___January 14. Written on verso of this: [Untitled poem] "The riding hawk treads through the feathered/uplands of the sky…" Ams 1937 [?] January 15.
[Untitled poem] "Twin black cylinders/Set on flat night-sky…," 3 Tmss [1p], nd. Written on Tms: "Black country smoke stacks."
[Untitled poem] "When the golden heart-string thrills and breaks in summer…," 2 Tmss, one with A notes in unidentified hand [1p each].
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1.2 The abbey [poem], Tms [1p], nd.
The actor [poem], Tms [1p], nd.
Adam avenged [poem], 2 Tms and Tccms/copies [3p], nd.
Adjudication remarks, Tms with A additions (3pp), 1956. Addressed to the Nottingham Poetry Society re his criteria for judging poetry.
After a long winter [poem], Ams [1p], 1934 Feb. 29. Written at bottom of page: AN On verso of this: Song for a communist. Ams [1p] 1934 Feb. 29.
After a long winter [poem], TmsS [1p], nd. Written at bottom: AN.
Ahab’s song [poem], Ams with A emendations [2pp], nd. Removed from; Verse notebook. Amss. 1940.
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1.3 All in one day!, Ams notes with A emendations (7pp), Tms [10pp], Tccms (8pp), nd. "Suggested synopsis and treatment for a Brockhampton Press juvenile"
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1.2 [All in one day!] Strange discovery!, Tms (6pp), nd.
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* "All summer’s wealth: intricate pattern of the leaves…" [poem], Tms with few A emendations [1p], nd. [*Missing 12/1987]
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1.2 "All summer’s wealth: intricate pattern of the leaves…" [poem], Tms/fragment with A correction and addition [1p], nd. Numbered p. 3.
"All the small helpless things…" [poem], Ams [1p], [1936] Sept. 21. On verso of this: Bosses. Ams [1p] 1936 Sept. 21.
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1.4 [Amber princess], A and Tms/working draft, notes with A revisions [79pp], 1962 Jan-Jul. With this: ANI "H.T."
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1.5-6 Amber princess, Tms with extensive A revisions and inserts [c. 284pp], 1962 May.
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1.2 Amber princess: Blurb, Ams/variant versions with A emendations [7pp], [1962] Sept 8. With this: ANS. 1962 November.
Amber princess: Blurb, Tccms/ 3 versions [3pp], nd.
Amber princess: Book jacket, AmsS/notes, sketches [10pp], 1962 June-September. With this: ANS. 1962 November.
Amber princess: Map, A/sketch [1p], nd.
Amber princess: Note, AmsS [1p], 1962 May 20. Written on folder.
Amber princess: Note, AmsS re the writing of the book (2pp), 1962 May 26.
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1.7 Amber princess: Notes made during the recording of the novel, AmsS with A emendations (iv, 22pp), 1962 Nov 20-26. With this: TNS.
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1.2 [Amber princess: Poems], Unidentified poem, Tccms [1p], nd. Titles deleted: Old poet. – End verse.
[Amber princess: Poems] Agamemnon, Tms [1p], nd. Title deleted: Insatiable spirit.
[Amber princess: Poems], Aulis shanty, Ams with A revisions [1p], 1962 May 9. Title deleted: Golden mast and clay mast.
[Amber princess: Poems] Cassandra, Tms [1p], nd.
[Amber princess: Poems] Clytemnestra, Tccms with A emendations [1p], nd. Title deleted: Martyr.
[Amber princess: Poems] Goddess at Delphi, Ams with A deletions [1p], 1962 May 15.
[Amber princess: Poems] House of echoes, Ams with A revisions [1p], 1962 May 9.
[Amber princess: Poems] Linear list, Ams with A revisions [1p], 1962 May 15.
[Amber princess: Poems] Mycenae, Tccms with A emendations [1p], nd. Title deleted: Hadrian’s wall.
[Amber princess: Poems] Old woman, Tms with A emendations [1p], nd. Titles deleted: Poem. –Hermit.-Aegisthus.
[Amber princess: Poems] Song for Idomeneus, Ams with one A emendation [1p], 1962 April 5.
[Amber princess: Poems] The house of Atreus, Tccms with A emendations [1p], nd. Title deleted: Rome.
[Amber princess: Poems] The song of Paris, Ams with A revisions [1p], [1962] April 5.
[Amber princess: Poems rejected] Aulis, Tms [1p], nd. Title deleted: The grey dancers.
[Amber princess: Poems rejected] Cornsheaf, Tccms with one A emendations [1p], nd.
[Amber princess: Poems rejected] Evening, Tms [1p], nd.
[Amber princess: Poems rejected] Poem ("There can be no more music…"), Tccms [1p], nd.
[Amber princess: Poems rejected] The man in the bath, Ams with few A emendations [1p], 1962 May 9.
[Amber princess: Poems rejected], The towers, Tms with A emendations and deletions [1p], nd. Title deleted.
Amber princess: Synopsis, Ams with A emendations [12pp], nd.
Amber princess: Synopsis, Tccms with few A emendations (13pp), nd.
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1.8 "And maybe in a blossoming year from now…" [poem], 3 Tms/copies [3p], nd. Written at head of 1 Tms: "Title?"
The Apocalypse and after, AmsS (14pp), 1950 December 19. Lecture delivered at The Poetry Center, New York.
An apocalyptic writer and the surrealists, Proof with few A corrections [10pp], nd. Later revised to form a chapter entitled "Relations to Surrealism" in Dylan Thomas, 'dog among the fairies'
Armageddon [poem], Ams with A deletions [1p], 1937 Oct 10. Removed from: Verse notebook, Amss, 1940.
Armistice Day [poem], Tms [1p], nd.
"As I sat alone before the dying fire…," Tms [1p], nd.
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1.9-10 Ask for King Billy, Tms with A emendations (231pp), nd.
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gf 1 Ask for King Billy, Galley proof with few A corrections (60pp), nd.
Ask for King Billy, Galley proof/signed/inc with A emendations (18pp), 1955, Illustrations inserted.
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1.11 Ask for King Billy, Page proofs (208pp), 1955, Published by Faber and Faber Ltd.
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1.8 Aubade [poem], 2 Tms/copies [2p], nd.
Aubade… Aucassin et Nicolette [poem], 2 Tms/copies [3p], nd.
[Autobiographical sketch] Ams/draft with A emendations [2p], nd.
Autumn evening [poem], 2 Tms/copies [2p], nd.
The autumn island [poem], Ams [1p], 1936 Oct. 23. On verso of this: Character, Ams [1p] [1936] Oct. 25.
Autumn morality [poem], 3 Tms/copies [3p], nd.
[Autumn morality] Morality [poem], Tms [1p], nd.
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1.12 The ballad of the prince [poem], Tccms with A notations (ii, 14p), nd.
Ballet [poem], Ams with one A emendation [1p], 1940 Jan 28. Removed from: Verse notebook, Amss, 1940.
Bears all its sons away [poem], Tccms [1p], nd.
Beggar-woman [poem], Ams [1p], 1936 July 14. On Verso of this: Ultimatum, Ams, 1936 July.
The beggar-woman [poem], AmsS with A notations [1p], nd.
The beggar-woman [poem], 2 Tms/copies [2p], nd.
Beginning of lecture to Cleckheaton-Yorkshire bookmen, Tms (2pp), 1963 October.
"Beneath the pines…" [poem] Ams with few A emendations [1p], ---- Jan 27. Removed from: Verse notebook, Amss, 1940.
Birds, Ams [23pp on 12ll], nd.
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gf 1 Birds, Final galley proof [7pp], nd.
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1.12 Birds in the night, Tms [1p], nd.
Birdwatcher [poem], Ams with few A emendations [1p], 1941 Dec 4. Written on verso of this: TLS from Horizon to Henry Treece, 1941 Dec. 3. Removed from: Verse notebook, Amss, 1940.
Birthday poem, TmsS [1p], nd.
Black music [poem], Ams with one A emendation [1p], ---- July 6. Removed from: Verse notebook, Amss, 1940.
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1.13 The black seasons [poems], T and Tccms with few A emendations [78p], nd. Written on this: A notations to printer.
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gf 1 The black seasons [poems], Galley proof [31p], 1944 Aug. 30.
The black seasons [poems], Galley proof with A emendations & corrections [30p], 1944 Aug. 30. "Corrected by author."
The black seasons [poems], Galley proof with A emendations & corrections [30p], 1944 Aug. 30, "Corrected by author"
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1.14 The black seasons [poems], Page proof with few A corrections (92p), 1944.
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1.15 The bombard, Tms with A revisions and inserts (vi, 174pp), nd. American edition entitled: Ride into danger!
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1.16-17 The bombard, Tccms with A deletions and corrections (viii, 300pp), nd. Included with this: A/map of France at the time of the story. American edition entitled: Ride into danger!
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1.18-19 The bombard, Tccms with T addition and A revisions (iii, 301pp), nd. American edition entitled: Ride into danger!
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1.12 The bombard: Note, AmsS [1p], nd.
The bombard: Synopsis and notes, A and Tmss with A revisions [10pp], nd. Illustrated with sketches and diagrams. American edition entitled: Ride into danger!
Boy passing, Tms with two A correction [1p], nd.
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1.20 British Castles, Ams drafts and workings with A revisions [13pp], nd. Article for World Book Encyclopedia.
[Broadcast] Harold Godwinson, Tccms with A note (8pp), 1954 Autumn.
[Broadcast] Owen Glendower, Tccms with A note (15pp), 1951 Autumn. BBC Home Service school lecture.
[Broadcast] Rataplan, TccmsS [16pp], nd.
[Broadcast] Rataplan, Tccms drafts and workings with A revisions and Ams insertions [20pp], nd. Libretto for a musical fantasy composed by Grace Williams. Never performed. (See next card)
[Broadcast] Rataplan. Included with this: A note S, 1962.
[Broadcast] Recollections of Rifleman Harris, Composite Ams and Tccms with A revisions [10pp on 5ll], nd. Broadcast by the B.B.C. January 1951. Included with this: A note S. No date.
[Broadcast] Recollections of Rifleman Harris, Tccms [15pp], nd.
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1.21 [Broadcast] Some observations on A High Wind in Jamaica [by Richard Hughes], Tccmss with some A revisions [15pp] [1948]. Included with this: A Note S. No date.
[Broadcast: Some observations on A High Wind in Jamaica by Richard Hughes] Children and pirates, Tccms/draft (4pp), nd. Early version.
[Broadcast: television] The Floor of heaven, Composite Ams and Tms draft with A revisions [19pp], nd.
[Broadcast: television] The Floor of heaven, Tms [23pp], nd.
[Broadcast] The Great Stones, Ams with A emendations [6pp on 3ll], TccmsS (5pp), [1950]. Included with this: A note S, 1962.
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1.22 [Broadcast] The Invaders, Ams workings, drafts and notes [55pp], nd. Included with this: A note S, 1961 October-December.
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1.21 [Broadcast] The Invaders [Synopsis], Tms and TccmsS with A additions [19pp], ---- March 15-30.
[Broadcast] The Invaders: The Normans, 2 Amss/drafts with A revisions [17pp], Tccms [11pp], nd.
[Broadcast] The Invaders: The Saxons, Tms with A revisions [7pp], Tccms with few A emendations [14pp], nd.
[Broadcast] The Invaders: The Vikings, 2 Tccms [17pp], nd.
[Broadcast] The Most exciting journey of them all, Tms with A revisions [11pp] [1956]. Included with this: A note S. No date.
[Broadcast] William of Normandy, Ams notes [1p], Tms and Tccms/drafts/fragments [5pp on 4ll], nd.
[Broadcast] William of Normandy, Tms with A emendations and A notes [8pp on 4ll], nd.
[Broadcast] William of Normandy, Tccms synopsis with A notes [3pp], nd.
[Broadcast] World of books: Background to the novel Electra, Ams/draft with A note [4pp], TmsS with A note (3pp), 1963 May 25.
[Broadcast: World of books] Greek myth, 2 Amss/drafts I [6pp, 9pp], 1963 April.
Busting Brighton, Ams [6pp on 3ll], nd.
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2.1 Café jungle [poem], 2 Tms/copies [3p], nd.
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2.2 Cardboard hawk; a post-war entertainment, Tms/inc with A revisions (232p), [c.1948]. Pages 63-66 and 195-196 missing.
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2.1 Cardboard hawk: Note, AmsS [1p], 1962.
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2.3 [Carnival king], Ams/draft with extensive A revisions [c. 108p], nd.
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2.4 Carnival king, Tms with A deletions and T inserts (vi, 138p), nd. Titles deleted on title page: The Berkeley tragedy [and] The player king.
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2.5 Carnival king, Tms/mimeo [109p], nd. "Certified copy of stage play licensed by The Lord Chamberlain, St. James Palace."
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2.6 Carnival king; a play in three acts, Page proof (118p), 1955.
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2.1 [Carnival king: Act 2, scene ii], Tms with A emendations and one A page (15pp), nd.
[Carnival king: Act 2, scene iii], Tms/fragments with few A corrections [1p], nd.
[Carnival king: Act 4, scene iii], Tms/fragment with A corrections [1p], nd.
Carnival king: Music, Ams [1p], nd. Written on this: ANS.
Carnival king: Note, AmsS [1p], nd.
Carnival king: Note, Tms [1p], nd.
Carnival king: Scenes [and] Dramatis personae, Tms/mimeo with A notations [3p], nd. "Certified copy of stage play licensed by The Lord Chamberlain, St. James Palace."
[Carnival king:] Synopsis. Caernarvon Ned, Tccms (2pp), nd.
[Carnival king:] Synopsis. Caernarvon Ned, Tccms with A deletions (2p), nd.
[Carnival king:] Synopsis. The Berkeley tragedy, Ams with few A emendations [2p on 1l], nd.
[Carnival king: Synopsis] The player king, TmsS with A deletions (3p), nd. Title deleted: The Berkeley tragedy.
Casket-scene in the aviary [poem], Proof/signed [1p], nd. From the Poetry Review.
[Casket-scene in the aviary] Casket-scene negative [poem], Ams [1p], 1935 Jan. 12. On verso of this: "If my soul were wings…" [poem] Ams [1p] 1935 Jan. 12.
[Castles and kings], Ams/notes (16pp), nd. Written in small notebook.
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2.7 [Castles and kings], Tms with A corrections (I, 183p), nd.
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2.1 Castles and kings: Notes, AmsS [1p], nd.
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* The characters [poem], Ams [1p], 1940 Jun 28. Written on this: Ams/note. No date. Numbered 2. [*Missing 3/2012]
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2.9 The Children’s crusade, Composite Ams and Tms with A emendations and A additions [58pp], nd. Included with this: A note S 1964.
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2.10 The children’s crusade, Tccms with few A emendations (v, 221pp.).
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2.11 The Children’s Crusade [film treatment], Ams and Tms fragments with A deletions and A emendations [92pp], nd.
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2.8 The children’s crusade: Note, AmsS [1p], nd.
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2.12 The Children’s crusade: second half (film treatment), AmsS with A emendations [42pp], nd. Included with this TLS to Mrs. Hoddinatt. No date (Friday).
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2.13 The Children’s crusade: second half (film treatment), Composite Ams and Tccms with A emendations and A deletions [103pp], nd.
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2.14 The Children’s crusade: second half (film treatment), Tccms [114pp], nd.
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2.8 [The children’s crusade: Table of contents], Ams [2pp], nd.
[The Children’s crusade] Tattered prophet, Tms with A emendations, additions and insertions [12pp], nd. Included with this: A note S. No date.
"Christ, loving man, wept silently alone…" [poem], Tms [1p], nd.
Christmas. Jarrow Christ Child [poem], Tms [1p], nd.
The Christmas candle, adapted by Henry Treece from the play in verse by Saunders Lewis, translated by Robert Wynne. TmsS with Extensive A revisions and inserts and A/title page (I, 21pp), nd.
The Christmas candle, adapted by Henry Treece from the play in verse by Saunders Lewis, translated by Robert Wynne, Tccms with few A corrections and emendations (I, 32pp), nd.
The Christmas candle, adapted by Henry Treece from a play by Saunders Lewis: Note, AmsS [1p], 1962.
Christmas cantata [poem], Tccms with A note S (5pp), nd. "Written for Grace Williams, who composed the music"
Christmas Eve 1943 [poem], Ams with A revisions [1p], 1943 Dec 19. Removed from: Verse notebook, Amss, 1940.
Christmas poem, Tms [1p], nd.
Christmas tree [poem], Tms [1p], nd.
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2.15 Cold night in Cleobury [poem], Tms [1p], nd. At bottom of page: Autumn in Shropshire, Tms [1p], nd.
Complaint [poem], Tms [1p], nd.
"Consider the dog or the hen…" [poem], Ams [1p], ___Feb. 15. At bottom of this page: Postscript, Ams [1p], ---- Feb. 19. On verso of this: Sighing of pines, Ams [1p], nd.
Contrariety [poem], Tms [1p], nd.
Cornish village [poem], Ams/draft with A emendations [2pp on 1l], 1947 Feb 19. Removed from: Verse notebook, Amss, 1940.
Cornish village [poem], Tccms [1p], nd. Removed from: Verse notebook, Amss, 1940.
Coronation [poem], Ams [1p], [1937] May 10. Poem deleted. Written on verso of this: Invitation and warning [poem], Ams [1p], 1937 May 21. Removed from: Verse notebook, Amss, 1940.
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2.16 The crown and the sickle; an anthology edited by Henry Treece and J.F. Hendry, Composite printed, A, T, and Tccms with A emendations [116p], nd. Some contributions signed by the authors. Includes: Some thoughts born of war [and] Some proverbs for the age by Terence White. Tmss with A deletions [4p] nd. Four poems by Alex Comfort. Tccms with A addition [2p] nd. Knight and devil by Stefan Schimanski. Tccms with A revisions [30p] nd. The horseman by Denys Val Baker, Tms/inc with Tcc/insert and A revisions [5p], nd.
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gf 2 The crown and the sickle; an anthology edited by Henry Treece & J.F. Hendry, Galley proof with A corrections [38pp], nd.
The crown and the sickle; an anthology edited by Henry Treece and J.F. Hendry, Galley proof with A revisions [40p], nd.
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2.15 The crown and the sickle: Blurb, Tms [1p], nd.
The crown and the sickle: Note, AmsS [1p], nd.
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2.17-19 The crusades, Ams/first draft with A revisions and A, T and printed/inserts and additions. [6 notebooks with additional pages inserted], nd [1958-1961].
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2.15 The Crusades, Ams notes [3pp], nd.
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2.20 The crusades, Ams/notes, misc. pages [101pp], nd.
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3.1 The Crusades, Tccms [53pp], nd.
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3.2-4 The crusades, Tccms with extensive A revisions and A and Tms/additions (c. 352pp), nd.
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3.5-6 The Crusades, First page proofs with few A corrections and A note S [331pp], 1964.
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gf 2 The Crusades, Galley proofs/inc with A notes I and A revisions [16pp], nd.
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2.15 The crusades: Note, Tms [1p], nd.
The crusades: Synopsis, Ams with A deletions (14pp), nd.
[The crusades: Table of contents], Tccms with A emendations and deletions [2pp], nd.
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3.7 The crusades (Juvenile version), Ams/first draft with A emendations and deletions and one T/insert [44pp], nd. With this: Ams/note re revising the manuscript.
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3.8 The crusades (Juvenile version), Ams/second draft with A emendations and deletions [28pp], nd.
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2.15 The crusades (Juvenile version): Note, AmsS [1p], nd.
The crusades (Juvenile version): Synopsis, Ams/draft with A emendations [4pp], nd. With this: Ams/note/fragment.
The crusades (Juvenile version): Synopsis, Tccms (3pp), nd.
Cycling holiday, Tms with extensive A revisions and A inserts (20p), nd. A children’s play written for BBC television.
Cycling holiday, Tccms (28p), nd. A children’s play written for BBC television.
Cycling holiday: Note, AmsS [1p], nd.
Cycling holiday: Synopsis, TmsS with few A corrections (3p), nd.
Cycling holiday: Synopsis, Tccms with A revisions (3p), nd.
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3.9 Dark forest peepshow [poem], Tms [1p], nd.
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3.10-11 The dark island [novel], Tms with A corrections and revisions [325pp], nd. Included with this: ANS by Treece re publication of The dark island, nd.
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3.12 The dark island [play], Tccms (46pp), [1948 June].
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3.9 The dark island: Note, AmsS [1p], nd.
The Dark ones and the giants, Tms with A revisions (4pp), [1956], Included with this: A note S 1962.
David Hendny [poem], Ams with A emendations [1p], nd. Removed from: Verse notebook, Amss, 1940.
The day, 1 Tms [1p], 2 Tccms [2pp], nd.
"The daybreak of Britain…" [poem], Ams with A revisions [1p], 1948 Dec 10. Removed from: Verse notebook, Amss, 1940.
Death of a gun moll [poem], Tms with AN re the poem [1p], nd.
Death scene [poem], Tms [1p], nd.
Death scene [poem], Tms with few A corrections [1p], nd.
Defeat song [poem], Tms with A corrections [1p], nd.
Defeat song [poem], Tccms [1p], nd.
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3.13-14 Desperate journey, Tms with few A emendations and corrections (254pp), [1953], Published by Faber and Faber, 1954.
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3.15 Desperate journey, Tms with extensive A revisions and A/table of contents (I, 235pp), [1953]. Published by Faber and Faber, 1954.
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3.16 Desperate journey, Page proof (219pp), 1954. Published by Faber and Faber.
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3.9 [Desperate journey: Illustrations], Proofs with A notations [2 sheets], nd.
Desperate journey: Note, AmsS [1p], nd.
The determination of gender [poem], Ams with few A emendations [1p], [1941] July 6. Written on verso of this: Carnival [poem], Ams with A emendations [1p] 1941 July 12. Removed from: Verse notebook, Amss, 1940.
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3.18 Dick Belcher (Caliban), TmsS with A emendations & corrections [103p], nd. Originally p219-322 of The rebels. Written on cover: ANI.
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3.17 Dido and Aeneas, Tccms with A note S (4pp), nd. "Written for Grace Williams, who composed the music"
Dido and Aeneas, Tccms/draft with A revisions [3pp], nd.
Discussion (Prose and poetry): Lao-tse, Caratacus, Lear, Webster, Ahab, Scarlatti, Corder, Ams [1p], [1947] Apr 25. Written on verso of this: Domenico Scarlatti [poem], Ams with few A emendations [1p], 1947 Apr 26. William Corder [poem], Ams with A revisions [1p], 1947 Apr 26. Removed from: Verse notebook, Amss, 1940.
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3.19 Don’t expect any mercy!, Tms with A emendations and printers’ notations (198pp), nd.
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3.20 Don’t expect any mercy!, TccmsS with A emendations and T/title page (ii, 198pp), nd.
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3.21 Don’t expect any mercy, Page proof (205pp), 1958. Published by Faber and Faber.
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3.17 Don’t expect any mercy!: Note, AmsS [1p], nd.
Don’t expect any mercy!: [Preliminary pages], Ams/layout with A notations [4pp], nd.
[Don’t expect any mercy!], Sark adventure: [Outline and notes], Ams/misc. pages [10pp] and Tms [1p] with A revisions, nd. On verso of page entitled Sark adventure stress points: TLS from Wolverhamptom, G.B. (County) to Henry Treece. 1956 Dec. 5.
[Don’t expect any mercy!], Sark adventure: Synopsis, Ams with few A emendations and deletions [3pp on 21], nd.
Drowned heroes [poem], Ams with few A emendations [1p], 1943 Aug 13. Removed from: Verse notebook, Amss, 1940.
"The dry-drugged virgin, Fame…" [poem], Ams/draft with A revisions and deletions [1p], ---- Oct 7. On this: Doodles. Removed from: Verse notebook, Amss, 1940.
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4.1 The dying eye [poem], Ams with one A emendation [1p], [1937] Jan 18. Poem deleted. Written on verso of this: Venus from the waves. Ams [1p], 1937 Jan. 19. removed from: Verse notebook, Amss, 1940.
The dying eye [poem], Tms [1p], nd.
The dyke builder [poem], TmsS with A corrections [1p], nd.
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4.2 Dylan Thomas, 'dog among the fairies,' Tms with A corrections and notations (141pp), nd.
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4.4 [Dylan Thomas] 'Dog among the fairies,' Printed, A, T and Tccms/working draft with extensive A revisions and variations [c. 176l], nd.
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gf 2 Dylan Thomas, 'dog among the fairies,' Galley proof with A emendations, corrections and notations (42pp), nd. Proof of the Ditching Press. Page one incomplete.
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4.3 Dylan Thomas, 'dog among the fairies,' Page proof with few A corrections (159pp), nd. Published by Ernest Benn, Ltd., 1956.
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4.1 Dylan Thomas [lecture], Composite Ams and Tms drafts and workings [7pp], [1955].
Dylan Thomas [lecture], TmsS with A emendations (12pp), [1955 November]. Included with this: A note S. 1962 (See next card)
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* Dylan Thomas [lecture]. Also included with this: Attingham Park. The Shropshire Adult College. Twentieth Century Poetry. Printed announcement. 1955 November 11-13. [*Missing 3/2012]
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4.1 Dylan Thomas [lecture delivered at Coleg Harlech], TmsS with A emendations and A additions [22pp], [1954]. Included with this: A note S, 1954.
Dylan Thomas: Note, AmsS [1p], nd.
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4.5 "Each night a rider gallops through my dream…" [poem], Ams with A emendations [2p on 1l], ___June 27. Removed from: Verse notebook, Amss, 1940.
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4.6 [The eagles have flown], Tms with A corrections and revisions [168pp], nd.
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gf 2 The eagles have flown, Galley proofs with A corrections (46pp) [1954 April 29].
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4.5 The eagles have flown: Note, AmsS [1p], nd.
Echo [poem], AmsS with A emendations [1p], k950 Feb 23. Removed from: Verse notebook, Amss, 1940.
Eclogue 1941 [poem], Ams with A emendations [1p], nd. Written on this: Ams/note. Removed from: Verse notebook, Amss, 1940.
Electra [essay], Tms with A emendations (3pp), TmsS with A note (3pp), 1963 May 14.
Electra [poem], Tms with A revisions [1p], 1951 June 24-26.
Elegy, 2 Tmss [2pp], nd.
Elegy (HB) [poem], Ams with A revisions [1p], 1944 Apr 22. Removed from: Verse notebook, Amss, 1940.
Elephant’s egg, 2 Amss (6pp; 2pp), nd.
Emperor Zero on death [poem], Ams [1p], nd. Written on this: Ams/note. No date. Removed from: Verse notebook, Amss, 1940.
The end of a world, Tms [26pp], nd.
The end of a world, Tccms (21pp), nd.
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4.7 [The end of a world], Tccms with extensive A revisions and T inserts [18pp], nd.
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4.5 The end of a world: Note, AmsS [2pp], nd.
Epistle to Harry Roshokaks [poem], Ams with A emendations [2pp on 1l], [1940] Jul 27-28. Written on verso of this: "Let me talk to the oak and the swinging bud…" [poem], Ams with one A emendation and A deletions [1p], [1940] Jul 28. "What should I know…" [poem], Ams with A emendations [1p], [1948 Jul]. Removed from: Verse notebook: Amss, 1940.
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4.8 The Exiles, Composite Tms and Tccms/inc with A markings and A corrections [43pp], nd.
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4.9 The Exiles, Page proofs with A corrections [77pp], nd.
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4.10 Exploring castles, Ams draft with A revisions (12pp), Ams workings and notes [12pp], 1963 September. Article for the Children’s Britannica Extension Library.
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4.5 Extract from a longer poem, Tms [1p], nd. Poem beings "But two shall walk here; Timeless splendour…".
Eye [poem], Tms [1p], nd.
Eyes and no eyes [poem], Page proof S [1p], nd.
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4.12 Faber book of poems, Composite Ams, Tms, Tccms and printed sheets S with A emendations [120pp], 1941-1953. Unpublished. Included with this "Note on the enclosed" by Treece, Ams [1p], nd.
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4.11 Failure [poem], Ams with A emendations [1p], nd. Removed from: Verse notebook, Amss, 1940.
Failure [poem], Tccms [1p], nd. Removed from: Verse notebook, Amss, 1940.
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4.13-14 [Fighting men, by Henry Treece and Ewart Oakeshott], Ams and Tms workings, drafts, and notes [c. 200pp], 1962-1963 [Various dates]. Early workings.
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4.15-16 [Fighting men, by Henry Treece and Ewart Oakeshott], Composite Ams, Tms and Tccms with A and T revisions and insertion [196pp], nd.
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4.17 [Fighting men, by Henry Treece and Ewart Oakeshott], Tms and Tccms [200pp], nd.
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4.11 The film, Hamlet [poem], TccmsS (5pp), nd. Removed from: Verse notebook, Amss, 1940.
Flamineo [poem], Ams with A emendations [1p], 1948 Feb 20. Removed from: Verse notebook, Amss, 1940.
Flamineo [poem], Tms with A revisions [1p], 1948 Feb 29. Removed from: Verse notebook, Amss, 1940.
Flying swan [poem], 3 Tmss [3pp], nd.
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4.19 [Footsteps in the sea], Ams and Tms fragments [28pp], nd.
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4.18 [Footsteps in the sea] The Dream of the Road, Ams/workings/inc [19pp], 1954 August 25.
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4.20 [Footsteps in the sea] The House of love [play], Tms with A additions [49pp on 27ll], ---- August 25.
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4.21 [Footsteps in the sea] The House of love [play], Tccms (96pp), nd. Included with this: Ams, Tms and Tccms fragments [5pp].
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4.22 [Footsteps in the sea] The House on the cliff [play], Tms with A emendations [66pp], nd. Included with this: A note S, 1955 May.
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4.18 Formalized deluge [poem], Ams with few A emendations [1p], ___July 6. Written on verso of this: Simoniac pope, Ams/fragment [1p], nd. Removed from: Verse notebook, Amss, 1940.
From a longer poem, Tms [1p], nd.
"From jeweled spiders’ polyphonic home…" [poem], Ams with A emendations [1p], 1940 Sept. 10. Removed from: Verse notebook, Amss, 1940.
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4.23 Garden lullaby [poem], Tms [1p], nd. Removed from: Verse notebook, Amss, 1940.
God [poem], Tms [1p], nd.
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4.24 The Golden one, Ams and Tms workings and notes with A revisions [23pp], nd.
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4.25 The Golden one, Tms with A emendations (181pp), nd. Included with this: 2 A notes S, 1962.
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4.26 The Golden one, Tccms (193pp), nd.
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4.27 The golden one, Proof copy S with A corrections and emendations (191pp), 1961 [copyright date].
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4.23 The Golden one: thematic synopsis, Ams (4pp), Tms (3pp), nd.
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4.28 [The Golden strangers], Ams and Tccms workings, drafts, and notes S [79pp], 1962. Some material of earlier origin.
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5.1-2 The Golden strangers, Composite Ams, Tms, and Tccms with A revisions [approx 212pp], nd.
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5.3-4 The Golden strangers, Tccms with A emendations, printer’s markings and A note with A mockup of contents page inserted [293pp], nd. Bound.
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5.5 The Golden strangers, Page proof with A corrections and A note (224pp), 1956. Bound.
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5.6-7 [The Golden strangers] The people of the hill, Tccms with few A emendations and additions [292pp], nd.
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4.23 [The Golden strangers] Uneasy peace, Tms with A note S [9pp], nd. Early version.
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5.9 [The great captains], Ams/misc pages with A revisions [50pp], nd. With this: ANS [1p], No date.
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5.10 [The great captains], Tms/misc. pages with few A emendations [21pp], nd. On verso of one page: [The great captains], Outline. Ams [1p], No date.
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5.11-12 The great captains, Tccms with A emendations and T inserts (284pp), nd.
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gf 3 The great captains, Galley proof with few A corrections (114pp), nd.
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5.8 The great captains: Note, Ams [1p], nd. Written on front of folder.
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5.13 [The great captains: Outline and notes], Ams/misc pages with A revisions and T additions [34pp], nd.
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5.8 [The great captains: Part V] Epilogue at Camlann, Tms/inc with A revisions (4pp), nd.
[The great captains:] Part 5, Epilogue at Camlann, Tccms [20pp], nd.
[The great captains: Part 5, Epilogue at Camlann], Tccms with A revisions [8pp], nd.
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5.14 [The great captains:] Part 6, Camlann, Tccms/variant version with A corrections [56pp], nd.
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5.8 [The great captains: Synopsis], Tms (3pp), nd.
[The great captains] Who was King Arthur? A and Tms [4pp on 2l], nd.
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5.15 H [poem], TmsS with A revisions [1p], 1950 Mar 3. Written on this: Ams/note, No date. Removed from: Verse notebook, Amss, 1940.
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5.16 The Haunted garden [poems], Composite Tms and Tccms/inc with A printer’s markings [70pp], nd. Included with this: AN from printer, 1947 January 10.
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5.15 The Haunted garden [poems], Page proof (94pp), nd.
The Haunted garden [poems], Page proof/inc I with A corrections [18pp], 1947 February 7.
Hawk [poem], Ams [1p], 1936 October 30. Written on verso: [Untitled poem] "Watching for virtue in the nervous branches…" Ams [1936] November 3. Torn from notebook.
"He is bound to get you…" [poem], Ams with A emendations [1p], 1941 March 4. Removed from: Verse notebook, Amss, 1940.
He left her flat in the county jail [poem], Tms [1p], nd.
The heart’s wild geese [poem], Ams with few A emendations [1p], 1943 Feb 14. Removed from: Verse notebook, Amss, 1940.
Henry in wonderland, AmsS with few A emendations [6pp on 3ll], 1940 July 30.
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5.17 Herbert Read; an introduction to his work by various hands, Page proof/signed (120pp), 1943 November 5. Written on half title page: AmsS/note. 1953; Contents: Introduction by Henry Treece. –Herbert Read’s philosophy of art by E.H. Ramsden.-The development of Herbert Read by H.W. Hausermann.-The first sixty pages of the green child by Robert Melville.-Herbert Read’s poetry by H.W. Hausermann.-The philosophy of Herbert Read by J.F. Hendry.
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5.18 [Herbert Read; an introduction to his work by various hands] Essays on Herbert Read, Galley proofs/inc with A revisions and deletions [49pp], [1943 October 1].
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5.20 Herbert Read; an introduction to his work by various hands] Introduction, TmsS with A revisions and T inserts (39pp), nd.
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5.15 [Herbert Read; an introduction to his work by various hands. Introduction:] Herbert Read: A salute, Ams with A emendations [20pp on 10ll], nd.
[Herbert Read; an introduction to his work by various hands. Introduction:] Revised footnote to page 35, Tccms [1p], nd. Written on this: Ams/note by Herbert Read.
"Here can be no more music…" [poem], Ams with A emendations [1p], 1948 Apr 17. Removed from: Verse notebook, Amss, 1940.
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* "Here can be no more music…" [poem], Ams with A revisions [1p], 1948 Apr 16-17. Written on verso of this: "The child in the high-walled garden…" [poem], Ams with A revisions [1p]. 1948 Apr 17. Removed from: Verse notebook, Amss, 1940. [*Missing 3/2012]
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5.15 Hibernian tongue-wag [poem], Ams [1p], 1940 Sept. 30. Removed from: Verse notebook, Amss, 1940.
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5.19 [Homage to A.E.H.] "O, sigh no more my lady…" [poem], Ams with A revisions [1p], 1941 Feb. 10. Removed from: Verse notebook, Amss, 1940.
Horned helmet, Ams workings, notes and drafts [20pp], 1962 May-June. Included with this: A note S, 1962 July.
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5.21 Horned helmet, Composite Ams and TmsS with A emendations and A note I [76pp], 1962 June.
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5.22 Horned helmet, Tccms [97pp], 1962 June.
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5.19 The Horseman [poem], Tms with A comment by T.S. Eliot (2pp), [1948]. Included with this: A note S, 1962.
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5.23 Hounds of the king, AmsS/working draft with A notes and revisions and T addition [51l], nd.
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5.24 Hounds of the king, Tms with A emendations (I, 157pp), nd.
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gf 3 Hounds of the king, Galley proof (40pp), nd.
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5.19 Hounds of the king: Note, AmsS, nd.
The house [poem], Ams with one A emendation [1p], ___Nov. 13, Written on this: AN. Removed from: Verse notebook, Amss, 1940.
Housecarle, Composite Ams and TmsS with A emendations and deletions (8pp), 1964 February 10-11.
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5.25-26 How I see Apocalypse, Printed, A, T & Tccms/working draft with A emendations, corrections and notations [c. 234l], nd.
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gf 3 How I see Apocalypse, Galley proof with few A corrections (54pp), nd.
How I see Apocalypse, Galley proof/inc with A emendations, corrections and notations (50pp), nd.
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5.19 How I see Apocalypse, Page proof/fragment [8pp], 1945.
How I see Apocalypse: Note, AmsS [1p], nd.
How sweet are the flutes! [poem], Ams [1p], 1940 Jan. 1. Removed from: Verse notebook, Amss, 1940.
How you became a writer…How do you set about writing a book?, Tms with A additions [6pp], nd. Nottingham Book Fair: Lecture scheme.
Hunter hunted, Ams and Tms notes and workings S, [7pp], nd.
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6.1 Hunter hunted, Tms with Ams insertions and some A revisions [205pp], nd.
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6.2 Hunted hunted, Tms/inc with some A emendations [76pp], nd.
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6.3 Hunter hunted, Page proof with few A corrections, [229p], nd.
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6.4 Hunter hunted Page proof S with A corrections and A note in unidentified hand, [230pp], 1957.
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6.5 I am he [poem], 4 Tmss [1p each0, 1 Tms with A notes in unidentified hand [1p], nd.
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6.6 I cannot go hunting tomorrow, Composite Ams, Tms, Tccms, Galley proofs and printed material [142pp], nd.
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gf 4 [I cannot go hunting tomorrow] Epilogue to fear, Galley proofs [50pp], nd.
[I cannot go hunting tomorrow] Epilogue to fear, Galley proofs/inc with A corrections [46pp], nd.
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6.5 "I have out leapt small space…" [poem], Ams with A emendations [1p], 1940 Sept. 26, Removed from: Verse notebook, Amss, 1940.
"I sit alone, dreaming in the dim green garden…" [poem], Ams with few A emendations and A deletions at head of page [1p], 1940 Aug 15, Written on verso of this: [Three pages] "My dream’s steel mirror in this aspen hand…" [poem], AMs with A revisions [1p], 1940 Aug 15.
"If with gold finger and a godly breath…" [poem], Ams [1p], 1940 Oct. 30.
"In heart’s cracked bout…" [poem], Ams with few A emendations [2p on 1l], 1940 Nov. 21.
In praise of England, Tms with A revisions [11p on 7ll], 1949 July 27-28.
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* In the first year of war [poem], Ams with one A emendations [1p], 1940 Sep 8. [*Missing 12/1987]
In the first year of war [poem], Ams with one A emendations [1p], 1940 Sep 8. [*Missing 12/1987]
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6.5 In vino veritas [poem], Tms [1p], nd.
[Inscription on a begging bowl] Rune [poem], Ams with few A emendations [1p], 1941 March 24, written on this: AN.
Interrupted song [poem], Ams with A emendations [1p], 1941 Oct 17, Alternate title: Variations in a ground.
Introduction to a Welsh poet [re Dylan Thomas], Tccms [1p], c. 1939, Included with this: A note S, 1962.
Introduction [to selected poem of Algernon Charles Swinburne: edited by Henry Treece], Tccms with A emendations [7pp], nd.
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6.8 Invitation and warning, Tms and Tccms/inserts with A notations [83pp], nd.
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6.9 Invitation and warning, Page proof with A corrections [96pp], 1942.
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6.7 [Invitation and warning]: Note, Ams [2pp], nd, Includes Treece’s responses to criticism of T. S. Eliot.
Invocation: Let me not… [poem], 2 Tmss [1p each], nd.
Invocation: O comrade, come from the dungeons… [poems], Tms [1p], nd.
"It is the season of the sodden leaves…" [poem], Ams with A deletion [1p], 1940 Sept. 23.
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6.10 Ivan Morgan and the mermaid, Ams with A revisions [40pp on 21 ll], ---- July 8, Included with this: A note S 1962.
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6.11 Ivan Morgan and the mermaid, Tccms [31pp], nd.
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6.7 Ivan Morgan and the mermaid: Synopsis, Tccms with A addition [6pp on 5 ll], ---- July 5.
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6.12 January morning [poem], Tms [1p], nd.
Jarrow Christ child [poem], Ams [1p], 1937 Oct 6, Written on verso of this: Christmas poem, Ams [1p], 1937 Oct 6.
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6.13 Jason, Ams/working draft with A revisions [94pp], nd.
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6.14-16 Jason, TmsS with extensive A revisions and Tcc/inserts [443pp], nd.
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6.12 Jason (Blurb), Ams with A revisions [2pp], nd, Written at head of page one: AN.
[Jason] Extract from final chapter of this novel, Tccms [3pp], nd.
[Jason: Map], Ams [1p], nd.
Jason: Note, AmsS [1p], nd.
[Jason:] Synopsis, AmsS with few A emendations [14pp], nd, Alternate title: The sly one.
Jason theme for a western, Ams synopsis [2pp on 1 l], nd.
The Jet beads, Ams and Tms drafts [21pp], nd, Included with this: A note S, no date.
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gf 4 The Jet beads, Galley proof S [28pp], nd.
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6.12 Jezebel [poem], Ams with A revisions [1p], 1951 May 6, Written on verso of this: TL/inc from the Oxford University Poetry Society to Henry Treece, 1951 May 3.
Jezebel [poem], TccmsS with few A emendations [2pp], nd.
Jingle to autumn [poem], 2 Tmss [1p each], 1934 November 22.
John Skelton seeking sanctuary [poem], Tms [1p], nd.
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6.17-18 Joker’s journey, Tms with few A corrections and emendations [iii, 338pp], c. 1953, unpublished.
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6.12 [Joker’s journey] Dafydd and the grey horse, Tms/fragment [2pp], nd.
Joker’s journey: note, AmsS [1p], nd.
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6.20 Killer in dark glasses, Ams workings and A note S [25pp], 1962-1964.
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6.21 Killer in dark glasses, Composite Ams and TmsS with A emendations [190pp], 1964.
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6.19 "Kindling with the self-same gesture…" [poem], Ams with A emendations [2p on 1 l], ---- November 11.
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6.22 Kings and castles, Composite Ams and TmsS with some A revisions [154pp], 1957.
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6.23 Lady, the bees are swarming!, Ams and TmsS drafts, notes and workings [33pp on 22ll], nd.
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6.24 Lady, the bees are swarming!, Composite Ams, Tms, and Tccms with A emendations [186pp on 124ll], nd, Parts of ms fragmentary and/or incomplete.
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6.25 Lady, the bees are swarming: Provisional synopsis, Tccms with A emendations and A additions [2pp], nd, Title deleted: Red sun sinking.
Lady, the bees are swarming: Synopsis, Tccms with A addition [4pp], nd.
[Lady, the bees are swarming!] The seven olives and the willow wand, Ams notes [2pp on 1l], Ams synopsis [23pp on 19ll], ---- December 30, 1947 April 5.
Landscape 1941 [poem], Ams with A revisions [1p], 1941 Sept. 1.
"Lap me in lead, before my body breaks…" [poem], Ams [1p], ---- Aug 15.
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7.1 Last leaf [poem], Tms with A note in unidentified hand [1p], nd.
The Last of the Vikings, Ams notes and workings [11pp], 1963 April 10-October 10.
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7.2 The Last of the Vikings, Composite Ams and TmsS with A emendations and A additions [100pp], 1963 April 29 – June 9, Included with this: A note I., 1963 October 30.
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7.1 [The Last of the Vikings]: Epilogue, 2 Tccmss [7pp], nd.
[The Last of the Vikings]: Notes on synopsis, Ams with A emendations [10pp], 1963 April 17.
The Last of the Vikings: Prologue and Contents, 2 Tccmss, [10pp; 9pp], nd.
[The Last of the Vikings], The Northern brothers by Rolf Godwin [pseud], Ams/synopsis and workings [7pp], Tms/draft/inc with A emendations [8pp], 1964 November 5, Included with this: A note S 1964 February 6.
Late summer [poem], Tccms with A revisions [1p], 1950 Sep 5.
The Leaf fires [poem], 2 Tmss [1p each], nd.
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gf 4 Leaves in the storm: edited by Stefan Schimanski and Henry Treece, Galley proof S [300pp], 1947, Included with this: A note S, nd.
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7.1 Lecture at Newark, Ams with A emendations [11pp], 1962 June 29.
Lecture for Scunthrope Junior Chamber of Commerce, Ams notes [2pp], 1963 November 1, Included with this: Ams/draft/fragment [2pp on 1 l], nd.
Lecture for Scunthrope Junior Chamber of Commerce, Ams with A emendations [6pp], 1963 December 2.
Lecture for Scunthrope Junior Chamber of Commerce, Tccms with few A emendations [7pp], nd.
Legend [poem], Ams with few A emendations [1p], 1940 October 9.
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7.3 Legions of the eagle, Tms with few A emendations [157pp], 1953, Included with this: A note S, nd, Bodley Head Boy of the Belgae, TL/copy, nd, Britain in Gwydion’s time, Composite Ams and Tms map, nd.
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7.1 The lichened epitaph [poem], Tms with extensive A revisions [1p], nd.
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7.4 Life’s a dream, TccmsS with A note S, [64pp], nd.
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7.1 Light and death [poem], 3 Tmss [1p each], nd.
Lincolnshire bomber station [poem], Ams [1p], 1943 Oct 24.
A Linnet caught in summer [poem], 5 Tmss, two with A notes in unidentified hand [6pp], nd.
Little paper bird [poem], Ams [4pp on 2ll], TccmsS [3pp], 1937 June 18-19.
Lucifer stages a drama, Tms [1p], nd.
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7.5 Madness from study [poem], 2 Tmss [2pp], nd.
Man, Christ, and the machines [poem], 2 Tmss [2pp each], nd.
The Man on the hill, Ams workings [4pp], nd.
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7.6 The Man on the hill, Composite Ams and Tms with A emendations [25pp], nd.
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7.5 The Man on the hill, Tccms [31pp], nd, Included with this, A note S, 1962.
The Man on the tree, 3 Tmss [2pp each], nd.
Man with a sword, Ams/extract with A emendations [1p], nd, Written on this: ANS, 1962.
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7.7-8 Man with a sword, Tms with A emendations and A printers’ markings [218pp], nd.
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7.9-11 Man with a sword, Tms with A revisions and inserts [267pp], nd, Title deleted on title page: Hereward.
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7.5 Man with a sword: Background material, Ams I [4pp], Tms S [2pp], 1964 January 14.
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7.12 [Man with a sword]: Hereward, Ams/working draft with A revisions [54pp], nd.
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7.5 [Man with a sword]: Hereward: Chronology, Tms with A additions [2pp], nd.
Man with a sword: Outline, Tms with A addition [1p], nd.
Manchester, Tms with few A emendations [5pp], 1951.
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gf 5 [Master of Badger’s hall]: A fighting man; a novel of the regency, Galley proofs/signed [iii, 88pp], 1959 Oct 21.
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7.5 [Master of Badger’s hall] A fighting man: Note, AmsS [1p], nd.
[Master of Badger’s hall] Outline, Ams/working draft with A revisions [13pp], nd.
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7.13-15 [Master of Badger’s hall] Stay with me light!, TmsS with A revisions and A and Tccms/inserts [vi, 318pp], nd.
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7.5 Master of Badger’s Hall: Synopsis, Tccms with A revisions [4pp], nd.
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7.17 Meet the Author, Ams, Tms, and Tccms workings, drafts, and notes [35pp], 1963.
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7.16 Meet the author, TmsS [12pp], ---- December 12.
Meet the author, TccmsS with some A revisions [15pp], ---- December 12.
Men of the hills, Ams workings [7pp on 6ll], nd.
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7.18 Men of the hills, Composite Tms and Tccms [183pp], nd.
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7.19 Men of the hills, TmsS with A emendations and A additions [133pp], nd, Included with this: A notes to printer [4pp on 2ll], nd.
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7.16 Men of the hills: Poetic excerpts, Ams with A deletions, nd.
Miss Pearl [Short Story], Ams/inc [5pp on 3ll], nd.
Mortmain manor, Ams/inc [28pp on 14ll], nd.
Mortmain manor, Tms/inc with A note [30pp], 1953.
My sort of children’s books, Tms with A revisions [17pp], nd.
"My words I banished like a worthless son…" [poem], Ams with A emendations [3p], 1941 Sept. 8.
Mystery [poem], Tms [1p], TccmsS [1p], 1935.
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7.20 The Nature of poetry [lecture], TmsS [5pp], 1955.
[The never-ending rosary – a sequence: III], Poem, AmsS with one A emendation [1p], nd.
[The never-ending rosary- a sequence: III], "From that hard minute when the tortured womb…" [Poem], Ams with A emendations [1p], nd.
[The never-ending rosary – a sequence: IV] Poem, Ams [1p], nd.
[The never-ending rosary – a sequence: IV] Poem, Ams [1p], nd.
[The never-ending rosary – a sequence: IV] "What coiner carved his mark upon my heart…" [poem], TmsS [1p], nd.
[The never-ending rosary – a sequence: VIII] Poem, Ams with few A emendations [1p], nd.
[The never-ending rosary – a sequence: X] "After a little while all grief lies dead…" [poem], Ams with one A emendation [1p], nd.
[The never-ending rosary – a sequence: X] Poem, Ams [1p], nd.
[The never-ending rosary – a sequence: X] Poem, AmsS [1p], nd.
[The never-ending rosary – a sequence: XIV] "Invention is the spirit’s sharpest pain…" [poem], Ams with A emendations [1p], 1940 June 3.
"Never shall men’s wand of magic…" [poem], Ams with A emendations [2p on 1 l], ---- Nov. 13.
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7.21 The New apocalypse: edited by J. F. Hendry and Henry Treece, Page roof with A note S [99pp], 1939 December.
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7.22 A new romantic anthology, edited by Stefan Schimanski and Henry Treece, Printed, A, T, and Tccms/working draft/inc. with A revisions, corrections and notations by Treece and others [c. 104ll], nd.
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gf 5 A new romantic anthology, edited by Stefan Schimanski and Henry Treece, Galley proof with A corrections and notations in various hands and T/insert [61pp], 1947 Sept 25.
A new romantic anthology, edited by Stefan Schimanski and Henry Treece, Galley proof/inc. [50pp], nd.
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7.23 A new romantic anthology, edited by Stefan Schimanski and Henry Treece, Page proof with printed correction inserted [243pp], 1948.
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7.20 A new romantic anthology: Note, AmsS, nd.
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7.24 The Newsprint Murder, by Terry Richards [pseud], TccmsS with few A emendations and corrections [104pp], 1953, Unfinished ms.
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* Night fears in an old room [poem], Tms [1p], nd, Written on this: Madman’s warning, Tms [1p] nd. [*Missing 3/2012]
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8.1 Njal’s saga, Ams notes/fragments [18pp], 1962-1963.
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8.2 Njal’s saga, Composite Ams and TmsS with A emendations [129pp], 1963 October 1.
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8.3 [Njal’s saga] Burnt Njal, TccmsS with A emendations, A additions, and A note S [169pp], 1963 November 30.
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8.4 [Njal’s saga] Summary of Burnt Njal, Ams notes S with A insertions [80pp], 1963 January 26.
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8.1 Nonesuch [poem], TmsS [1p], nd.
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8.5 [Obituary of Alfred Duggan], AmsS with A emendations [2pp], TccmsS [2pp], 1964 April 5.
Oedipus, Ams with A additions and A deletions [14pp], Tccms [14pp], nd, 1963 May 26-27.
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8.6-7 Oedipus, Composite Ams and TmsS with A emendations and A additions [c. 340pp], 1963-1964.
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8.8 Oedipus, Ams and Tms workings, notes, and drafts [c. 100pp], 1963-1964.
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8.9 Oedipus, Tccms/inc with few A emendations and A note [72pp], nd.
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8.5 Oedipus (Blurb), Ams with A emendations [2pp], Ams with A revisions [3pp], Ams/inc with A additions [1p], nd, 1963 September 3, 1963 September 4.
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8.10 Oedipus (Introduction), Ams with A emendations [3pp], Ams with A deletions [3pp], Ams/inc with A revisions [2pp], Tms with A revisions [3pp], 1963-1964 [Various dates].
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8.5 Oedipus (Synopsis), Ams with A emendations and A deletion [7pp], Tccms with few A emendations [7pp], nd, 1963 May 25.
Old Man [poem], Tms [1p], nd.
An old man in the orchard [poem], AmsS with A revisions [1p], 1947 Oct 8.
The old Ulysses [poem], Ams with A revisions [1p], 1949 Apr 24.
Outlaws [poem], 2 Tmss [1p each], nd.
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8.11 Parting [poem], Ams, ---- April 6.
Pastoral: "The wind tossed a handful of blossom…," Ams [1p], 2 Tmss [1p each], 1935 May 6.
Pastoral: "Under the sleeping hill trees meditate…," Tms [1p], nd.
Pastoral morality [poem], Tms [1p], nd.
Pavane for a dead Princess [poem], Tms [1p], nd.
[Pavane for a dead Princess] Pavane pour une Infanta defuncte, 2 Tmss [1p each], nd.
The Peculiar problems of one play [lecture], Tms with A emendations [10pp], nd.
Phoenix Phlebas, Tms [2pp], nd.
Pilgrim [poem], Ams with A emendations [1p], nd.
Pilgrim [poem], Tms [1p], nd.
Pilgrim (Mystic numbers), Ams musical score [12pp on 6ll], nd.
The Pilgrim and the soldier [short story], Ams with A emendations [3pp on 2ll], nd.
[Plague and fire], Ams/misc. pages [2pp], nd.
Plague and fire, TmsS with A revisions [i, 11pp], nd, A radio program.
Plague and fire, Tccms [8pp], nd, A radio program.
Plague and fire: Note, AmsS [1p], nd.
Plague and fire: Outline, Ams [1p], nd.
Plainsong in three movements [poem], Tms [2pp], nd.
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8.12 Poem: "After we had climbed across the clouds…," Tms [1p], Tccms [1p], nd.
Poem: "All legend’s sorrow in the skies…," 3 Tmss, one with A note in unidentified hand [1p each], nd.
[Poem] "Call me the 12 of the red rye field…," Ams with A emendations [2pp on 1 l], 1939 (?) Nov. 28.
Poem: "I am the puzzled boy…," Tms [1p], nd.
Poem: "I am vagrant now…," Printed extract with A note [1p], 1935.
Poem: "I cannot spin the frill-webbed words…," Tms [1p], Tccms [1p], nd.
Poem: "If I could hold within the brain…," Tms [1p], nd.
Poem: "In the musty drawing room…," TmsS with A deletion and A note [1p], 1935.
Poem: "Oh little child, see how the flower…," Ams with few A emendations [1p], 1941 Feb. 17.
Poem: "See, the summer kestrel halts upon the crag…," Tms [1p], nd.
Poem: "Some let me tell you of the plover’s plaint…," 1 Tms/draft with A emendations [1p], 5 Tmss [1p each], ---- April 1.
Poem: "Stand by the pond where the swan swings…," Tms [1p], nd.
Poem: "The flowering of thought in always various…," Tms [1p], nd.
Poem: "The hope and the fear, and the ultimate cross…," Tms [1p], nd.
Poem: "The pod bursts open and the seed…," Ams with A revisions [1p], 1941 Aug 24.
Poem: "The word that lives inside the head…," Ams with few A emendations [1p], 1941 Aug 26.
Poem: "This springing heath, these stars, this curve of hills…," Tms [1p], nd.
Poem: "Through staggering, drunken diamonds of our windows…," Tms [1p], nd.
Poem: "We should not shrink if his step proclaimed itself…," Tms [1p], nd.
Poem: "What song is sweet…," Ams [1p], ---- May 20.
Poem: "What they had hoped for most…," Tms [1p], nd.
Poem: "When quiet comes over the hill again…," Ams with A revisions [1p], 1943 Dec. 9.
[Poem before the end] "They who dreamed in the storm were well aware…," Ams/variant version with A emendations [1p], 1942 Dec. 9.
Poem for Easter, AmsS [1p], nd.
Poem from a nursery rhyme, Ams with A revisions [1p], 1940 Oct. 19.
Poem to Macbeth, Ams with A emendations [1p], 1945 Jul 2-3.
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8.13 Poems [collection], Tms/inc [29pp], nd.
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8.12 Pome [sic]: "Better be bitter…," Tms [1p], nd.
Pons Asinorum [poem], 3 Tmss [1p each], nd.
Portrait of a city, Composite AMs and Tms with A emendations [4pp on 2ll], nd.
Prayer in wartime [poem], Ams with A revisions [1p], 1941 Sep 10.
Prince Gwydion, Tms [8pp], nd.
Prophet [poem], Tccms [1p], nd.
Prospectors [poem], Tms [1p], nd.
Pungent inter se… [poem], 2 Tmss [1p each], nd.
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8.14 The quiet wood [poem], Tccms [1p], nd.
"The rage that burns the leaf from bough…" [poem], Ams with A emendations [1p], 1940 Sept. 21.
The rebels, Tms/fragment [3p], nd.
The rebels, Tms/fragment with A emendations [1p], nd.
The rebels, Tccms/fragment with A emendations [6p], nd.
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8.15-16 [The rebels] Lion-coloured days, Tms with A emendations, corrections, and notations for the printer [iv, 389p], 1952.
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8.14 The rebels: note, Ams [1p], nd.
The rebels: Outline & notes, Tms [7pp] with A notation on 1 page, nd.
[The rebels: Outline and notes] The Fishers, Ams with A emendations [8pp], nd.
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* [The rebels:] Prologue poem, Ams/draft with A revisions [1p], nd. [*Missing 3/2012]
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8.17 [The rebels] The Fishers, Ams/notes, fragments with A revisions [16pp], nd.
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8.18 [The rebels] the proud fishers, Tms with A emendations [218pp], nd, Alternative title: Remember me!
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8.20 Red queen, white queen, Ams, Tms, and Tccms workings, notes and drafts [43pp], 1957 Summer.
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8.19 [Red queen, white queen] Roman holiday, Ams synopsis and workings [8pp on 4ll], Tms with A emendations [13pp on 7ll], nd.
Red settlement, Ams workings and drafts [24pp], nd.
Red settlement: Synopsis, Ams with some A deletions and A additions [6pp], Tccms with A note [9pp], 1959-1960.
"The red sun rises…" [poem], Ams with A emendations [1p], nd.
Relativity… [poem], Tms [1p], nd.
A reply to G. S. Fraser, TmsS with few A emendations [7pp], 1945 Summer.
[Review of] The land beyond the birth by Roger Lancelyn Green, AmsS/draft with few A emendations [4pp], nd.
[Review of] The Origin of races, by Carleton S. Coon, Ams and Tms workings and drafts [8pp on 7ll], 1963 May 17.
[Review of] The Origin of races, by Carleton S. Coon, TccmsS [2pp], 1963 May 7.
[Review of: Their most serene majesties, by Ange Vlachos], Ams with A emendations [1p], 1963 June 6.
[Review of: Their most serene majesties, by Ange Vlachos], Ams/draft with A emendations [2pp], nd.
[Review of]: Their most serene majesties, by Ange Vlachos, TccmsS [1p], nd.
Revolutionaries [poem], Ams [1p], AmsS [1p], Tms [1p], 2 nd, 1936 July 5.
Rhetoric f[or a pil]grim [poem], Tms/mutilated with A revisions [2p on 1l], ---- April 28.
Road darkness [poem], 3 Tmss [1p each], nd.
The Road to Miklagard, Ams and Tms workings and drafts [11pp on 8ll], nd.
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8.21 The Road to Miklagard, Tms with A emendations [189pp], nd.
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8.22 The road to the West, A & Tms with A emendations [28pp on 24ll], c. 1955.
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8.19 "The rose, the sword and the bright unicorn…" [poem], Ams with A revisions [1p], ---- April 25.
Running away [poem], Ams with A emendations [1p], 1940 June 8.
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8.23 The saint in the picture [poem], Ams [1p], 1940.
The saint in the picture [poem], Ams with A emendations [1p], 1940 Oct. 7.
Sand in my shoes, Tccms with A emendations and A markings [9pp], 1954.
Sea-rovers [poems], Ams with few A emendations [1p], 1947.
Sea-wanderer [poem], Tccms with few A emendations [1p], nd.
[The seasons] "The sound of summer is the sound of sorrow…" [poem], Ams/draft with A revisions [1p], nd.
Seen on a sky-line [poem], Tccms [1p], nd.
"Shall the yeastly years I climbed through in my pride…" [poem], Ams with A deletion [1p], 1940 Sept. 22.
The shapes of truth [poem], Tms with A markings [1p], nd.
Sighing of pines [poem], Tms [1p], nd.
The Small town day [poem], 2 Tmss [1p; 2pp], nd.
Smoke room in Scunthrope [short story], Ams [3pp], nd.
Snow scene in the black country [poem], 3 Tmss [1p each], 1930.
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* "So fancy’s falcon huddles on my wrist…" [poem] Ams [1p], 1940 Sep. 1. [*Missing 12/1987]
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8.23 Solemn music [poem], Ams with A emendations [1p], ---- April 17.
Some notes on the Apocalyptic movement, TmsS [4pp], nd.
Song ("Though we sang the night away…") [poem], Ams with A revisions [1p], 1950 Feb 20.
Song ("We, walking where lovers have lately lain…") [poem], Ams with A emendations [1p], 1950 Feb 12.
Song for a communist, 2 Tmss [2pp, 1p], nd.
Song for a new generation [poem], Ams with A revisions [1p], 1950.
Song for an ending [poem], Tms with A emendations [1p], 1947 January 4.
Sonnet: "Burns in my brain all swallows are of wing…," Tms with A emendation and A corrections [1p], 2 Tccmss [1p each], nd.
Sonnet: "From crumbled keystone…," Tms [1p], nd.
Sonnet… "La Donna é mobile," Tms with A emendations [1p] 1934 November 12.
Sonnet: "Nay, we are done…" Tms [1p], nd.
Sonnet: "With two together…," Tms with A note in unidentified hand [1p], nd.
The Sonnet in England [poem], Tms [1p], 1934 November 12.
[Speech] "On my high horse I would speak thus…," Ams/draft with A emendations re English teachers [4p on 2l], nd.
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8.24 Splintered sword, Ams notes and drafts [19pp], 1964 February 2- October 2.
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8.25 Splintered sword, Composite Ams and TmsS with A emendations [77pp], 1964 February 3 – October 8.
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8.23 Spring [poem], 2 Tmss [1p each], nd.
Spring piece [poem], Tms [1p], nd.
Squirt for a Tudor comic with direction as for a consort of penny whistles [poem], Ams [1p], 1940 June 20.
Stamford bridge [poem], Ams with A revisions [1p], nd.
Star fantasy [poem], 3 Tmss [1p each], nd.
A statement on personalistic writing, TmsS [5pp], nd.
The sun out there is a killer!: Notes, Ams with extensive A deletions [3pp on 2ll], nd.
The sun out there is a killer!: Synopsis, Ams with A revisions [4pp on 2ll], nd.
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9.1 Talisman [poem], Ams [1p], 1937 January 21-22.
"There can be no more music…" [poem], Ams with A revisions [1p], 1948 April 16-17.
There is a cause for faith [poem], Page proof/signed [1p], nd.
There’s always another time [play], Ams synopsis S [26pp], nd.
"These fleshly capes and bays uncharted be…" [poem], Ams [1p], ---- July 18.
1348 A. D. [poem], TmsS [1p], nd.
1348 A. D. [poem], Tccms [1p], nd.
"This night of thorns will bring me no release…" [poem], Ams with A emendations [2pp on 1 l], 1940 June 2.
This world’s a bubble [poem], Tms [1p], nd.
The Three [poem], Tccms [3pp], nd.
The three houses [poem], Ams with one A emendations [1p], 1941 Feb. 17.
The three selves [poem], Ams with A emendations [1p], nd.
Through the dark valley… [poem], Ams with few A emendations [1p], 1941 Feb. 17.
Time like an ever-rolling stream [poem], Ams [1p], ---- January 6.
Time song [poem], Tccms [1p], nd.
A Time to die [poem], Tms [1p], nd.
Tin monkey [short story], Ams [11pp on 6ll], nd.
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9.2 To certain ladies, on going to the wars [poem], AMs with one A emendations [1p], 1942 Nov 20.
[Towards a personal Armageddon – a sequence: I]: "The Shapes of truth are no man’s history" [poem], Ams/draft with A emendations [1p], 1937 Jul 13.
The tragedy of Tristram, A and T/misc. pages with A revisions [6pp], nd.
The tragedy of Tristram, Tccms with extensive A revisions and inserts [21pp on 16ll], nd.
The tragedy of Tristram, Tccms with T/title page [iii, 18pp], nd.
The tragedy of Tristram: Outline, Ams with few A emendations [2pp on 1l], 1948 Nov 6.
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9.3 [The tragedy of Tristram] The watchers, Ams with A emendations in exercise book [21pp on 11l], 1948 Nov 6-11.
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9.2 [The tragedy of Tristram] Tristram and the watchers, Tms [ii, 23pp], nd.
[The tragedy of Tristram] Tristram and the watchers, Tms with A emendations and notations [ii, 12pp], nd.
[The tragedy of Tristram] Tristram and the watchers, Tccms [ii, 23pp], nd.
[The tragedy of Tristram] Tristram and the watchers, Tccms [ii, 23pp], nd, with A marginal notations by T. S. Eliot on pp. 12 and 22.
Transformation: Note, AmsS [1p], nd.
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osf 1 Transformation 3: Book jacket, Proof with A corrections, nd.
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9.4 Transformation 4, edited by Stefan Schimanksi and Henry Treece, Page poof [305pp], nd.
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9.5 The true book about castles, A and Tms/notes, sketches with A revisions [18pp], nd.
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9.6 The true book about castles, Tms with A emendations and corrections [ii, 119pp], nd.
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9.7 The true book about castles, Tccms [ii, 115pp], nd.
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9.8 [The true book about castles: Chapters 1 and 2]: Early castles [and] Later castles, Ams with A emendations [23pp], nd.
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9.2 [The true book about castles: Chapter 6, Two castles] A great one!, Ams with A emendations and T insert [9pp], nd.
[The true book about castles: Chapter 7] Some curious castles, Tms [5pp] with few A emendations and A inserts [2pp], nd.
The true book about castles: Illustrations, Proofs with A notations [10pp], nd.
The true book about castles: Note, AmsS [1p], nd.
Trust [poem], Tms [1p], nd.
Tutorial rebuke [poem], Tms [1p], nd.
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9.9 Two against Rome [poem], Tccms [37pp], nd.
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9.10 Two against Rome [play], Tccms with A revisions and A insertions [78pp], nd.
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9.2 Two Against Rome [play], Tccms synopsis [8pp], nd.
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9.11 Unfulfilled desires [poem], Tms [1p], nd.
La Vida sin amor [poem], Tms [1p], nd.
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9.12 Viking’s dawn, Tms with A emendations [v, 147pp], nd.
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gf 6 Viking’s dawn, Galley proof with few A corrections [42pp], nd.
Viking’s dawn, Galley proof with A emendations, corrections, and notations [iv, 42pp], 1955 Feb 8.
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osf 2 Viking’s dawn: Illustrations, Proofs with A notations [3 sheets], nd.
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9.11 Viking’s dawn: Note, AmsS [1p], nd.
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osf 3 Viking’s dawn: Title page, Proof with A notations [1p], 1955 Feb. 21.
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9.11 Viking’s song on Miklagard, AmsS with A deletions [1p], nd.
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9.13 Viking’s sunset: synopsis, Ams [4pp], Ams [2pp], Tccms [88], nd.
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9.11 The village [poem], Tccms [1p], nd.
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9.14 The village behind the rock, Tms [136pp], 1953.
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9.11 Village 1941 [poem], Ams with A emendations [2pp], 1941 September 6.
The vision of Camelot, TmsS with A correction and deletions [1p], nd.
The visitor from America [play], Ams/outline [3pp], Ams/draft [13pp], nd.
Visitors [poem], Ams with A revisions [1p], 1950 January 21.
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9.15 Waiting nymph [poem], 4 Tmss [1p each], nd.
Wanderer [poem], Tms [1p], nd.
War and writing: Outline, TccmsS [1p], nd.
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9.16 War dog, Ams workings, notes, and drafts [31pp], nd.
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9.17 War dog, Tccms with A additions [100pp], nd.
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gf 6 War dog, Galley proofs with few A corrections [35pp], ---- November 13.
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9.15 [War dog] Bran of the Belgae, Ams/synopsis [6pp], Tccms/synopsis [4pp], nd.
War poem, Ams [1p], 1942 Nov 23.
War song of Varan (?), AmsS with A deletions [1p], nd.
Warning to shipping [poem], Ams [1p], ---- February 29.
Warning to shipping [poem], Tms with A emendation [1p], nd.
Wayside warfare with a shadow [poem], Ams with A deletions [2pp on 1l], 1945 (?) February 14.
Weeping lover [poem], Tms [1p], nd.
Welsh choir [poem], Ams with A emendations [1p], nd.
"What fashion the false heart has shown…" [poem], Ams with A emendations [1p], nd.
What personalism means to me [lecture], TccmsS [6pp], nd.
What thing affrights you… [poem], Ams with A emendations, 1941 February 17.
"The white flowers flame…" [poem], Ams with one A emendation [1p], ---- June 12.
The white horseman, Page proof/fragments [11pp], nd.
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9.18 Wickham and the Armada, Tms with extensive A revisions [177pp], nd.
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9.15 Wickham and the Armada: Note, Ams[1p], nd.
Wickham and the Armada: Note, AmsS [1p], 1957.
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9.19 Wickham and the Armada: Parts 3 and 4, Tms with few A emendations [pp. 127-275], nd.
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9.20 Wickham and the Armada: Parts 3 and 4, Tccms with A revisions and T inserts [132pp], nd.
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9.15 Wickham and the Armada: Synopsis, Ams/draft with A revisions [3pp], nd.
Wickham and the Armada: Synopsis, Tms [2pp], nd.
Wickham and the Armada: Table of contents, Ams[1p], nd.
Wild ducks [poem], Tms [1p], nd.
"The will to kill…" [poem], Ams [1p], 1946 January 6.
Winds sonnet, Ams [1p], 1935 February 26.
Winter 1939 [poem], Ams [1p], nd.
"Wiseman took a map…" [poem], Ams [1p], 1940 September 22.
Wordsworth: his impact and influence, TccmsS with A emendations [8pp], 1949.
[Wordsworth: his impact and influence] The influence of Wordsworth, Ams with A emendations [10pp on 7ll], 1949.
World wonder [poem], Tms [1p], nd.
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9.21 Y ddraig goch [The red dragon], TccmsS [1p], nd, with A marginal note by T. S. Eliot.
The Younger voice [poem], Tms [1p], nd.
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9.22 Verse notebook, Ams with A emendations, 1940.



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9.23 ANS to unidentified recipient, nd.
TccLI to Agate, James Everhed re Dylan Thomas and other poets, 1940 Dec 17.
TccL to Blackhall, David Scott, 1963 November 18.
TccL to Blackie and Son Ltd. re Know about Crusade, 1963 May 17.
TccL to The Bodley Head Ltd., addressed to J. B. Blackley, 1962 July 3.
5 TccL to The Bodley Head Ltd. (Jill Black), 1962 December 6, 1963 January 11, 1963 September 19, 1963 November 27, 1964 April 14.
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9.24 7 TccL to The Bodley Head, Ltd. (J. B. Blackley), 1963-1964.
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9.23 3 TccL to The Bodley Head (Laurence Cotterell), 1963 April 9, 1963 September 26, 1963 November 14.
TMS to the British Broadcasting Corp., addressed to Stephen Potter, 1943 October 11.
TLS to The British Broadcasting Corp., addressed to E. Ivan Gilman re Plague and Fire, 1955 June 4.
2 AL/draft, 1 TccL to B.B.C. Television Centre, 2 nd, 1961 October 23.
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* TLS to the British Broadcasting Corp., addressed to J. B. Blackley, 1962 July 3. [*Missing 12/1987]
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9.25 1 ALS/draft, 1 AL/memo/draft, 1 TL/memo/draft, 21 TccL to Brockhampton Press Ltd., directed to Anthony Kamm, 2 nd, 1962-1963.
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9.23 TccL to Brockhampton Press Limited (Alice M. Bracken) re The Last of the Vikings, 1964 January 9.
TccLI to Brown, F. J., 1963 November 18.
ALS/draft to Comfort, Alex, 1945 January 21.
AL/draft to Cutforth, nd.
ALS/draft to Duggan, Laura, 1964 April 6.
TccL to Evans, Benjamin Ifor, ____ February 10.
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9.26 A/notes, AL/draft with Tms/synopsis, 4 TccL to Faber and Faber Ltd. (Phyllis Hunt, Children’s Editor), 1 nd. 1963-1964.
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9.23 2 TccL/copy to The Fortune Press, 1940 March 20, 1940 March 21.
TccL to The Grey Walls Press, Ltd., re the New romantic anthology, 1949 July 14.
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* TLS to Hoddinott, Mrs., nd (Friday). [*Missing 3/2012]
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9.23 ALS, A note to Hunt, Renée, nd, ____ November 22.
TccL to Isom, Charles J. re himself, 1948 February 10.
TccL to Jenkins, Herbert Ltd., 1963 July 7.
3 TccL/copies to Jennett, Sean, 1946 October 19, 1946 November 3, 1946 November 5.
2 TccL to Johnson, John, 1962 July 12, 1963 April 9.
6 ALS, 1 TLS, 2 PCS, letters and postcards to Jones, Glyn, 1945-1946. (R13494).
TL/copy to Manning, Hugo, 1962 July 21.
3 TccL to Oakeshott, Ewart, 1962 May 11, 1963 April 9, 1963 April 22.
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9.27 2 TccLS, 4 TccL to Random House Inc. (Harry E. Maule), nd, 1960-1964.
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9.28 1 ALI/draft, 2 AL/drafts, 1 TccL to Ray, Nicholas, 2 nd, 1963 April 25, 1963 June 28.
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9.23 TccL to Sautoy, Peter F. du re death of Alfred Duggan, 1964 April 6.
AL/inc to Schimanski, Stefan, 1945 September 10.
TccL to Sheffield University Arts Society (Diana M. Shillaker), 1963 December 1.
AL/excerpt to Sutcliff, Rosemary, 1960 December 12.
AL/draft to Time and Tide (Ernest Kay, Managing editor), 1963 December 31.
AL/draft, TccL to Ware, Jean, nd, 1963 April 10.



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9.29 Unidentified author, Christmas card, nd.
Unidentified author, AL/inc, 1945 September 10.
Unidentified author, TLS "The Chief," 1945 September 20.
Unidentified author, TLS [illegible], 1963 May 2.
Adam, TLS "Miron Grindea" (Editor), ---- September 10.
Agate, James Evershed, 2 ALS, ALI, 3 TLS, TLS with A postscript, TNS, TPCS, 1940-1946.
Agate, James Evershed, TLS re Dylan Thomas and other poets, 1940 December 18.
Agate, James Evershed, TLS, 1941 December 16.
Aistrop, Jack (Charles Richard), TFC, re Blest, a services anthology, nd.
Anand, Mulk Raj, 2 ALS, APCS, 1942 July 7, 1942 July 13, 1942 July 23.
Argosy, TLS "M. Barry," TLS "K. N. Baxter," 1945 March 5, 1945 March 6.
Associated British Picture Corporation Ltd., TLS G. T. Jones, 1953 October 8.
Associazione Internazionale di Poesia, TLS Edvige Pesce Gerini, 1954 Novembre 19, In Italian.
Atkins, John Alfred, 4 ALS, 7 TLS, TLS with A postscript, 1942.
Attingham Park, TLS George Trevelyan (Warden), 1955 November 16.
Auden, Wystan Hugh, ACS, ALS, nd, "Monday."
Auden, Wystan Hugh, ALS, re The golden strangers, 1956 October 13.
Australian Broadcasting Commission, TLS T. W. Bearup, 1956 October 16.
The Authors Guild of the Authors League of America, Inc., 2 TLS Rex Stout, 1963 May 20, 1963 July 26.
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9.30 Bain, Bruce, TLS, 1944 November 24.
Baker, Peter Arthur David, 2 ALS, ALS/photostat, 5 TLS, 4 nd, 1945-1946.
Bancroft, Ian, 3 ALS, 1942 May 20, 1942 June 21, 1942 August 25.
Barker, George, 2 TLS, ---- July 18, 1937 June 24.
Bassett, Ronald, TLS, re his The Carthaginian, 1963 July 11.
Batsford, B. T., Ltd., TLS "Sara Trubshawe," 1961 May 12.
Batsford, B. T., Ltd., TLS Samuel Carr, 1963 July 23.
Bayliss, John Clifford, 2 ALS, 3 TLS, nd, ---- October 9, 1941 November 10, 1942 November 1, 1943 February 22.
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9.31 Beamish, Rae, ALS on verso of Christmas card, 6 TLS, nd, 1939-1940.
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9.30 Bell, G. & Sons, Ltd., 2 TLS S. L. Dennis, re The Namesake by C. Walter Hodges, 1964 May 4, 1964 May 12.
Bellone, Julius, TLS, 1963 November 7.
Benn, Ernest, Ltd., TLS "Kenneth Day," 1956 June 26.
Bentley, Phyllis Eleanor, TLS, re The golden strangers, 1956 September 14.
Berliner, Leonard, ALS, 1961 November 15.
Berry, Francis, 5 ALS, ALS on Christmas card, 2 APCS, nd, 1957-1963.
Blackhall, David Scott, TLS, 1956 November 30.
Blackwell (Basil) Publisher, 2 TLS "John Cutforth," 1962 January 18, 1962 February 2.
Blake, Tony, ALS, ---- November 23.
Blakeborough, Katie A., ALS, "Tuesday."
Blakeston, Oswell, TLS, TPCS, 1941 October 20, 1941 October 31.
Bloomfield, Paul, ALS, 1943 September 24.
Bodenstein, Beatrice E., 2 ALS re Dylan Thomas, 1947 December 8, 1948 January 12.
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* The Bodley Head, Ltd., TL/copy, nd, Entitled: Bay of the Belgae. [*Missing 3/2012]
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9.30 The Bodley Head, Ltd., 3 TLS Barbara Ker Wilson, 1956 October 22, 1957 March 11, 1957 July 15.
The Bodley Head, Ltd., 1 ALS, 20 ALS J. B. Blackley, 1956-1964.
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10.1 The Bodley Head, Ltd., 1 ALS, 18 TLS Jill Black, nd, 1959-1963.
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9.30 The Bodley Head, Ltd., 8 TLS Laurence Cotterell, 1961-1964.
The Bodley Head, Ltd., TLS Max Reinhardt, 1964 April 6.
Books across the Sea Society in Britain, TPCS Peggy Lang, nd.
Boxoffice, TLS Tony Gruner, 1960 June 27.
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10.4 Brett, R. P., ALS, 1943 March 21.
Brick, Norman, 3 ALS, 1942 October 25, 1942 December 15, 1943 February 8.
British Broadcasting Corporation, 4 TLS George Orwell, 1942 July 30, 1942 August 11, 1942 October 27, 1942 November 5.
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10.2 British Broadcasting Corporation, 39 items, 1 nd, 1942-1963.
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10.3 Brockhampton Press, Ltd., 3 ALS, 2 ALI, 2 AN, 1 APCS, 52 TLS, 1 TLI, 1 TN/memo, 4 nd, 34 inc d, 1958-1964, All correspondence from Anthony Kamm.
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10.4 Brockhampton Press, Ltd., 2 TLS re The Last of the Vikings, 1964 January 8, 1964 March 19.
Bronowski, Jacob, TLS, 1939 January 22.
Brown, F. J., 4 ALS, nd, 1946 February 3, 1946 April 23, 1946 May 22.
Brown, F. J., 7 TLS, re his Journal of a Stranger, 1963-1964.
Browne, Elliott Martin, ALS, TLS, 1948 July 8, 1952 April 23.
Browne, Elliott Martin, ALS re The Berkeley tragedy, 1949 November 12.
Browne, Harold J., 2 ALS re David Brown’s poetry, 1943 February 9, 1943 September 26.
Bull, Peter, 2 TLS, TLS with a postscript, 1960 May 10, 1960 May 14, 1960 June 14.
Bullimore, Barbara, ALS, 1962 July 5.
Burnley, County Borough, TLS Richard Caul, 1963 October 16.
Burton Upon Trent, Public Library, 2 TLS K. F. Stanesby (Borough Librarian and Keeper), 1963 May 23, 1963 September 30.
Butterworth, Maurice E., ALS, TLS, TNS, TPCS, 1941 July 3, 1941 July 19, 1941 July 21, 1941 August 20.
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10.5 Carnival Magazine, TL, 2 TLS "Walter E. Allen, editor," 1931, 1931 June 16, 1931 August 24.
Carswell, John, ALS, ---- April 3.
Casterman, Editeurs, TLS Jean Debrain, 1963 décembre 27.
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10.6 Caton, R., 52 TLS, 3 TPCS, 1939-1944.
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10.5 Causley, Charles, TFLS with A postscript, 1961 December 28.
Cherbeski, J., ANS, nd.
Church, Richard, 4 ALS, 1943 October 31, 1945 December 17, 1952 July 18, 1952 July 27.
Churchill, Donald, ALS, nd.
Civic Hall Arts Society, Wolverhampton, Eng., TLS "T. H. Roberts," 1956 October 9.
Clark, Leonard, 3 Christmas cards, ALS, TLS, 1949 May 16, 1950 December, 1951 December, 1953 December, 1961 May 31.
Clark, Leonard, Christmas card from Jane and Leonard Clark, 1954 December.
Clark, Leonard, 2 Christmas cards from Jane, Robert Andrew, and Leonard Clark, 1955 December, 1956 December.
Coatsworth, Elizabeth Jane, ALS (Mrs. Henry Preston), 1960 November 22.
Coghill, Nevill, ACS, 3 TLS, 1941 November 18, 1941 December 7, 1942 January 4, 1942 January 16.
Cohn, Leonie, 3 ALS, 1942 November 28, 1943 January 21, 1944 February 22.
Coleg Harlech, TccFL, 1953 December 9.
Collins, Cecil, 4 ALS, TFPC, APCS, 1944-1951.
Collins, W. Sons and Co., TLI, 1944 November 22.
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10.7 Colquhon, Ithell, 7 ALS, 1941-1942.
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10.8 Comfort, Alexander, 37 items, 18 nd, 5 inc d, 1941-1946.
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10.5 Common, Jack, ALS, 1941 October 30.
The Compass Players, Ltd., ALS Maurice Daniels, 1951 February 3.
Connolly, Cyril, TLS with A postscript, 1947 December 17.
Cooke, Dorian, 4 TLS, nd, ---- July 31, 1938 November 4, 1938 November 21.
Coquet, J. B., ALS re Red queen, white queen, 1963 February 19.
Coult, Helen, TLS, nd.
Cox, I. B., ALS, 1942 October 23.
Cox, Jack, APCS, 1964 March 12.
Critchett, Ian, TLS, 1946 March 16.
Criterion Book, Inc., 2 TLS, 1959 August 28, 1959 September 23.
Cunard, Nancy, 5 TLS, ---- October 12, ---- October 19, ---- October 30, ---- December 22, ---- January 4.
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10.9 Davenport, John, ACS, 1956 December 17.
Decker, James, ALS, 10 TLS, 1939-1940.
De la Mare, Walter John, ALS, 3 TLS, 1943 January 5, 1943 January 19, 1952 April 30, 1952 May 9.
Delporte, Daniel, ALS, 1961 December 8.
Dent, J. M. and Sons, Ltd., TLI, 1939 December 18.
Derbyshire, William, 2 ALS, nd, 1964 March 15.
Deutsch, Susi, ALS, ---- February 24.
Dillon, George, TLS, 1947 December 29.
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10.10 Drummond, Lindsay, Limited, 66 items, 1 nd, 1944-1949.
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10.9 Duggan, Laura, ALS re death of Alfred Leo Duggan, 1964 April 28.
Dunbar-Mitchell, C. A., TLS, 1941 November 21.
Dunlop, Colin, ALS re Dark Island, nd.
Durrell, Lawrence, TPCS, 1939 April 5.
Duthie, Eric, 3 TLS, 1962 March 19, 1962 May 5, 1962 June 18.
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10.11 Eddison, Robert, ALS, ---- January 8.
Elefant, Jonathan, 1 ALS, 2 ALS aérogrammes, 1964 February 11, 1964 March 16, 1964 April 9.
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10.12 Eliot, Thomas Stearns, 14 Christmas cards, 69 TLS, 1939-1961.
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10.11 Eliot, Thomas Stearns, TNS "Valerie Fletcher" (secretary), 1950 March 30.
Eliot, Thomas Stearns, TLS, 1952 January 23.
Encyclopedia Britannica, Ltd., 3 TLS, re his article on castles for the Children’s Britannica Extension Library, 1963 June 26, 1963 July 1, 1963 October 11.
English Story, 2 ALS, 2 TLS, APCS "Susan Nicklin," 1944 March 30, 1944 April 16, 1944 May 15, 1944 June 22, 1944 September 9.
Esborn, Maxine, TLS, 1948 February 18.
Evans, Benjamin Ifor, ALS, 1946 February 12.
Every, George, ALI, 2 TLS, 2 APCS, 1944 January 12, 1944 February 6, 1945 September 28, 1946 May 19, 1946 June 9.
Everybody’s, TLS "Peter Lewis," 1946 October 23, Attached to this: ALS from Sir John Maffey to Poke, Greville, J., 1946 October 12.
Everybody’s, TLS "Greville J. Poke," 1946 August 30.
Everybody’s, TFL, 1947 February 14, Attached to this: TFL from Everybody’s to Anthony Eden, 1947 February 12.
Everybody’s Publications, Ltd., TLS Sidney Gordon, 1954 May 11.
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10.13 Faber, Sir Geoffrey Cust, ALS, TLS, Printed Card, ---- July 22, 1942 January 26, 1942 April 27.
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10.14 Faber and Faber, Ltd., publishers, London, 18 items, 1938-1964.
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10.13 The Falcon Press, 4 TLS, 1946 July 4, 1949 June 22, 1949 July 19, 1949 July 28.
Fantasy, TLS "Mayer," 1939 June 14.
The Favil Press, Ltd., 3 ALS "Albert E. Lowry," 3 TLS "Albert E. Lowry," ---- August 8, 1943-1944.
FitzGibbon, Constantine, TLS, 1964 March 9.
Fleetway Publications, Ltd., TLS David E. Roberts, 1961 October 19.
Fleming, John, 3 ALS, 3 TLS, 4 nd, 1941.
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10.15 Ford, Charles Henri, 3 ALS, 8 TLS, 2 TLS with A postscripts, 2 APCS, TPCS, 1939-1943.
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10.13 Ford, Charles Henri, TLS, 1939 July 13, Written on verso of this: TLS from Compass to Charles Henri Ford, 1939 June 8.
Ford, Charles Henri, TLS with A addition, 1939 August 20, Written on verso of this: TLS from The New International to Charles Henri Ford, 1939 August 9.
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* Ford, Charles Henri, TLS, 1939 September 22, Written on verso of this: TLS with A postscript from Charles Henry Ford, 1939 September 22. [*Missing 12/1987]
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10.13 Ford, Charles Henri, TLS, 1939 September 22, TLS with A postscript from Charles Henri Ford, 1939 November 13.
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* Ford, Charles Henri, TLS with A postscript, 1939 November 13, written on verso of: TLS from Charles Henri Ford, 1939 September 22. [*Missing 12/1987]
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10.13 ’47, The Magazine of the Year, TLS "Laurence Lee," 1947 October 3.
Foster, Don A., 6 Christmas cards, nd.
Fox, Denis Llewellyn, TLS, 1960 August 31.
Fox, Denis, Llewellyn, TLS, 1950 October 10.
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10.16 Fraser, George Sutherland, 4 ALS, ALS/photostat, 2 TLS, TLS/photostat, 2 TLS with A postscripts, TLS with A postscript/photostat, ANS on Christmas card/photostat, 6 nd, 1940-1942.
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10.13 Frost, C. B., ALS, re The Children’s Crusade, 1964 March 8.
Fry, Christopher, 6 ALS, 4 TLS, 2 TNS, A/telegram, nd, 1950-1955.
Fry, Christopher, 2 Christmas cards/signed "Phyl and Christopher Fry," nd, 1954.
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10.17 Gant, Roland, TLS, 1956 December 12.
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10.18 Gardiner, Wrey, 13 ALS, ANS, 2 APCS, 21 TLS, T Memorandum, TPCS, Telegram, Christmas card, 4 nd, 1942-1947.
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10.17 Gardner, Diana, 4 ALS, 2 TLS, 1 Christmas card, 1 nd, 1933-1934.
Geltman, Max, TLS, 1963 August 6.
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10.19 Gittings, Robert, AL/inc, 10 ALS, 3 TLS, 4 Christmas cards, 3 nd, 1948-1956.
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10.17 Glubb, Sir John Bagot, ALS, TLS, 1963 October 12, 1963 October 20.
Glynne, Derek J., 2 TLS, 1948 October 25, 1948 November 5.
Gode Branch of the Historical Association, 2 ALS W. K. Petch, 1963 July 7, 1963 July 9.
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10.20 Goffin, Peter, 7 ALS, TLS, 5 Christmas cards, 1 nd, 1945-1949.
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10.17 Goldman, George, Christmas card from George, Jeanne, Kathy, Susy, and Gordon Goldman, nd.
Gollancz, Victor, Ltd., 4 TLS, 5 TLI, 1950-1958.
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10.21 Goodland, John, 12 ALS, 4 APCS, 5 TLS, 4 TPCS, 1938-1939.
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10.17 Graham, William Sydney, 2 TLS, 1942 December 10, 1943 January 12.
Greacen, Robert, ALS, 2 APCS, TPCS, 1941 November 19, 1941 December 3, 1943 June 15, 1945 November 6.
Great Britain, Ministry of Information, TLS "M. Barnes," 1941 October 24.
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10.22 The Grey Walls Press, Ltd., 3 TLS "John Frost," 6 TLS "Roland Gant," 14 TLS "Sean Jennett," TLS " --- Scott," 1946-1948.
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10.17 Grice, F., ALS, TLS, 1951 December 17, 1964 January 15.
Grigs (?), John, ANS, ---- December 30.
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10.23 Hall, John, ALS, 1961 November 17.
Hall, John C., 2 ALS, 1942 July 4, 1942 November 2.
Harris, Roger, TLS, 1964 April 13.
Harrison, John, ALS, TLS, Christmas card, nd, 1954 January 6, 1954 September 22.
Hausermann, H. W., TLS, 1945 January 24.
Heath-Stubbs, John Francis Alexander, 2 ALS, nd, 1941 November 20.
Heckmondwike Players, ALS J. Broome, 1963 April 1.
Heinemann, William, Ltd., ALS "Alan Hill," 1952 February 29.
Heinemann, William, Ltd., TLS Alan Hill, 1954 November 30.
Helmstadle, Thomas H., 2 TLS, 1961 July 27, 1961 August 1.
Helmstadle, Thomas H., ALS, 1961 September 18.
Hemblett, Charles, ALS, 3 TLS, 3 nd, 1942 November 2.
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10.25-26 Hendry, James Findlay, 83 ALS, ALS/inc, ALS with AN, 5 TL/inc, 46 TLS, 9 TLS with A postscripts, TLS/inc with A postscript, ANS, 11 APCS, 4 TPCS, 12 nd, 2 inc d, 1938-1954.
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10.23 Hendry, James Findlay, TLS, 1939 October 23.
Hendry, James Findlay, ALS, 1941 February 12.
Hendry, James Findlay, ALS, 1941 June 12.
Hendry, M. G., 2 TLS, 1944 August 29, 1944 October 25.
Heppensian, Raymond, ALS, ANS, APCS, nd, 1938, 1943 September 26.
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10.27-28 Herring, Robert, AC, AC/inc, 4 ACS, 34 ALS, ALS/inc, 2 A and TLS, A and TLI, 52 TLS, 11 TLS with A postscripts, AN, 8 ANS, 3 ANI, TNS, 4 APCS, T/telegram, 2 nd, 1941-1949.
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10.23 Heywood, Florence, APCS, 1949 January 6.
Hilary, Brother, Christmas card, nd, Written on this: Christ child [poem] by Henry Treece, AMs/copy, nd.
Hodges, C. Walter, 2 ALS, 1959 July 31, 1960 June 8.
Hodges, C. Walter, ALS, 1964 May 17.
Hodgsen, Elizabeth, ALS, 1943 January 31.
Hodkinson, T., ALS, nd.
Hogarth Press, TLS Barbara Hepworth, 1942 January 2.
Hughes, Richard Arthur Warren, AL/mutilated, 3 TLS, TLS with A postscript, 1946 November 9, 1947 April 2, 1947 July 21, 1948 July 20, 1956 October 6.
Hulton Press, Ltd., TLS Michael Gibson, re Wickham and the Armada, 1958 October 15.
Humber, Terence, ALS, 1964 March 18.
Hunt, Renée, 6 TLS, 1960-1963.
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10.24 Isom, Charles J., 2 TLS, 1 nd, 1948 March 24.
Jenkins, Herbert, Limited, 2 TLS Lionel Leventhal, re the Carthaginian by Ronald Bassett, 1963 July 3, 1963 July 9.
Jennett, Seàn, 3 TLS, 1943 September 23, 1943 July 22, 1944 October 18.
Jennett, Seàn, ALS, 2 TLS, 1946 October 17, 1946 October 31, 1946 November 4.
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10.29 John Lane The Bodley Head Limited, 13 TLS, 1 Christmas card, 1 nd, 1943-1960.
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10.24 Johnson, Colin, ALS, 1956 March 7.
Johnson, Geoffrey, ALS, 1951 January 3.
Johnson, Geoffrey, 2 ALS, 1952 January 12, 1952 January 17.
Johnson, John, ALS, 10 TLS, nd, 1956-1964.
Johnson, John, 3 TLS, 1961 March 22, 1961 May 4, 1962 February 13.
Jones, Glyn, 4 ALS, 3 APCS, 1940-1949.
Jones, Glyn, ALS, 1960 December 29.
Jones, Gwyn, 4 ALS, 6 TLS, 1943-1962.
Jordan, Barbara Scott, 2 ALS, 1945 January, 1945 March 7.
The Junior Bookshelf, TLS H. J. B. Woodfield (?), 1956 September 18.
Kemp, David D., 2 ALS, 1 nd, 1945 August 9.
Keyes, Sidney Arthur Kilworth, 3 ALS, TLS, 1941 May 23, 1941 November 19, 1942 January 16, 1942 December 22.
Khaki and Blue, 2 ALS, TLS "Peter Ratazzi," ---- September 3, 1944 June 11, 1944 June 28.
Kirk, Tom H., TLS, 1962 July 5.
Knopf, Alfred A., ALS, ---- July 9.
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10.30 Laird, Dik (?), ALS, 1954 January 26.
Laird, Dik (?), ALS, 1955 November 18.
Lenat, Conrad, APCS, 1944 July 21.
Levy, Alban A., 5 ALS, 1 nd, 1942 October 31, 1942 November 2., 1943 April 18, 1943 May 6.
Levy, Louis, ALS, 1943 May 15.
Lewin, E. P. S. & Partners, TLS "John Johnson," 1955 October 14.
Lewin, E. P. S. & Partners, TLS John Johnson, 1956 March 14.
Lewis, Alun, ACS, nd.
Lewis, Gweno, ALS, 1948 March 31.
Lewis, Saunders, ALS, 1957 July 17.
Library Association, Youth Libraries Group, Yorkshire Branch, TLS, 1962 May 20.
Life and Letters Today, Bill, Christmas card, 1 nd, 1944 January 4.
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10.31 Lindsay, John Maurice, 28 ALS, 2 TLS, 2 TFLS, 1942-1947.
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10.30 Linklater, Eric, TLS, 1956 September 20.
The Listener, 4 ALS, ANS "J. N. Ackerley," 1941 February 14, 1941 March 20, 1941 August 28, 1941 September 10, 1941 October 3.
London University College Library, TLS I. Angus (Deputy Librarian) re George Orwell Archive, 1963 October 31.
Lovejoy, David, TLS, 1961 November 30.
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11.5 M. C. A., TLs Donald Langdon, 1961 June 28.
McCaig, Isabel, APCS, 1941 March 21.
McCaig, Norman, 2 ALS, 1 nd, 1941 September 9.
Macdonogh, Patrick, 5 ALS, 1 nd, 1945 November 11, 1945 December 2, 1946 April 30, 1946 May 13.
McFadden, Roy, TLS, 1942 January 20.
MacGillivray, Arthur, TLS, 1946 January 14.
Macleod, Norman, ALS, 2 TLS, 1940 January 2, 1940 January 25, 1940 March 1.
MacNeice, Louis, ALS, nd.
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10.32 Maddox, Conroy, AL/inc, 50 ALS, ANS, 3 APCS, 9 Christmas cards, 1939-1951.
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11.5 Magner, Gene, 2 TLS, 1949 September 20, 1949 November 30.
Mairet, Philippe, 2 ALS, APCS "Philip Mairet," 1940 March 2, 1941 April 17, 1944 December 14.
Manfred, Ernest Fred, ALS, 1955 June 10.
Manley, Philippa, 2 ALS, 1962 March 14, 1962 May 22.
Manning, Hugo, 3 TLS, ---- July 6, ---- October 11, 1962 July 27.
Manning, Olivia, ALS, ---- January 20.
Meet the author, TLS Kathleen Davison (Chairman), 1963 December 2.
Melville, John, ALS, 1939 October 2.
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11.1 Melville, Robert, 68 ALS, 13 APCS, 2 Christmas cards, 7 nd, 1939-1944.
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11.5 Mermaid Theatre, TLS Bernard Mile, 1963 May 1.
Meyer, Richard, ALS, ---- April 25.
Miles, Bernard, 2 Christmas cards/signed "Bernard and Josephine Miles," 2 nd.
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11.2 Miles, Bernard, 7 ALS, 14 TLS, TL/mutilated, nd, 1948-1955.
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11.5 Miller, Henry, 4 ALS, APCS, nd, 1939 March 7, 1939 March 12, 1939 April 12, 1948 April 11.
Miller, Laurence, ALS, 1960 July 9.
Mitchison, Naomi Haldane, 3 TLS, 2 TL/mutilated, TPCS, 4 inc d, 1953.
Mitchison, Mrs. Naomi Haldane, 2 TLS, ---- May 5, 1964 January.
Mitchison, Naomi Haldane, 3 Christmas cards from Naomi and Dick Mitchison, 3 nd.
Montgomerie, William, TLS, 1946 April 16.
Moon, Julie, ALS, nd.
Moore, Elizabeth, 3 ALS, 3 TLS, 2 nd, 1 inc d, 1942-1945.
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* Moore, Elizabeth, 2 TLS, 1942 July 7, 1942 August 10. [*Missing 3/2012]
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11.5 Moore, Marianne Craig, ALS, 1943 July 12.
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11.3 Moore, Nicholas, ACS, 3 ALS, TL, 7 TLS, 9 TLS with A postscripts, TN, 11 APCS, TPCS, 3 nd, inc d, 1938-1942.
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11.5 Moore, Nicholas, AN, nd.
Moore, Nicholas, ALS, 1949 January 24.
Moore, Reginald, 2 TLS, 1942 July 7, 1942 August 10.
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11.4 Moore, Reginald, 5 ALS, 17 TLS, 4 TLS with A postscript, TLI, TccLS, AN, ANI, 2 TPCS, 3 nd, 1942-1946.
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11.5 Morgan, T. J. Walford, 2 ALS, 1945 March 28, 194 6 March 27.
Moult, Thomas, ALS, 1944 February 28.
Muntry, Hope, 2 TLS, TLS with A postscripts, 1956 August 2, 1956 September 28, 1956 October 16.
Muntry, Hope, TLS with A addition and postscript re The golden strangers, 1956 September 24.
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11.6 Neill, Alexander Sutherland, TLS, 1944 October 6.
Nemerov, Howard, TLS, ---- July 31.
New American Library of World Literature, Inc., TLS Walter W. Wriggins, 1959 September 17.
The New Drama Group Ltd., TLS Bryan Bailey, 1958 July 16.
The New English Library Ltd., TLS James Gordon (Managing Editor), 1962 July 9.
New Zealand Broadcasting Corporation, TL/aerogramme S. W. S. Austin, 1964 March 13.
Nicholson, Norman, 3 ALS, 1945 April 7, 1945 April 17, 1946.
Nine, Christmas card, 1950 Dec.
Nottingham University, ALS V. de S. Pinto, 1954 May 25.
Nottinghamshire County Council, 2 TLS, 1957 July 25, 1958 September 24.
Nottinghamshire County Library, 6 TLS, 1962-1964.
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11.7 Oakeshott, R. Ewart, 12 ALS, 1960-1963.
Oakeshott, R. Ewart, ALS, 1961 June 30.
O’Brien, P. P., ALS "P. P. and Evan O’Brien," 1961 September 10.
Olds, Rhonda, ALS, 1964 February 6.
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11.20 Orwell, George, See The Tribune, British Broadcasting Company.
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11.7 Our Time, 2 TLS "Maurice Carpenter," 1943 June 23, 1943 August 6.
Outposts, ALS Howard Sergeant, 1951 February 1.
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11.8 P. E. N.: English Centre, 1 ALS, 2 TLS, 1944 September 22, 1947 December 16, 1953 September 25.
Palmer, Joe Darwin, TLS, 1957 February 3.
Parson, Geoffrey, 2 ALS, ---- March 17, ---- November 24.
Payne, Robert, ALS, TLS, "Sunday," November 9.
Payne, Robert, TLS, ---- September 12.
Peake, Mervyn Laurence, Card from Maeve and Mervyn Peake, nd.
Peake, Mervyn Laurence, 13 ALS, 1946-1952.
Penguin Books, Ltd., TLS Julie Belcher (Secretary to Sir Allen Lane), 1964 March 24.
Penrose, Roland, 2 ALS, 1940 April 6, 1940 September 17.
Percy, Esme, 6 ALS, 2 APCS, 1948-1954.
Peschmann, Hermann, ALS written on advertisement, TLS, nd, 1945 July 9.
Philips, Leslie, TLS re Stefan Schimanski, 1951 March 3.
Phillips, Renée, TLS, 1942 August 8.
Pick, John, ALS, re The King must die by Mary Renault, ---- July 19.
Picture Post, 2 TLS "Tom Hopkinson," re Stefan Schimanski’s death, 1950 July 28, 1950 August 11.
Pinto, Vivian de Sola, TLS, 1954 May 29.
Poetry, 2 TLS "John Frederick Nims," 1946 August 30, 1947 February 15.
Poetry Center, 3 TLS John Malcolm Brinnin, 1950 November 28, 1950 December 12, 1951 January 17.
Poke, Greville J., TLS, 1948 May 31.
Potocki de Montalk, Geoffrey, count, Printed card, TL/inc, TLs "Margaret Townshend, secretary," 1939 December 2, 1939 December 27, 1940 April 29.
Potts, Paul, ANS, nd.
Prys-Jones, Arthut Glyn, Christmas card/initialed, ALS, 1953 December, 1956 December 20.
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11.9 Pudney, John, 2 ACS, 30 ALS, 14 TLS, TLS with T/enclosure, TLS with AN on verso, A/telegram, 1942-1950.
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11.8 Pudney, John, 3 Christmas cards/signed "Crystal and John Pudney," 2 nd, 1943.
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11.10 Raine, Kathleen Jessie, 2 ALS, 1 nd, 1945 May 23.
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11.12 Random House, Inc., 32 TLS Harry E. Maule, 1 TccL, 1955-1964.
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11.10 Random House, Inc., TLS Bennett Cerf, 1960 May 11.
Raphael, Frederic, ALS, TLS, 1963 April 20, 1963 April 28.
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11.11 Ray, Nicholas, 6 TLS, 1 Telegram, 1961-1962.
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11.10 Ray, Paul C., TLS, 1961 November 30.
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11.13 Read, Herbert, 34 ALS, 20 TLS, 1 ANS, 4 ACS, 7 APCS, 1 TPCS, 1940-1950.
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11.10 Read, Herbert, TL, 1941 January 21.
Read, Linda, APCS, 1945 October 31.
Reavey, George, Christmas card, 1938 December.
Reed, Henry, APCS, 1947 July 3.
Reed & Harris, 4 TLS "John Reed," 1944 June 30, 1944 June 30, 1944 December 12, 1946 May 9.
Regional College of Arts and Crafts, TLS Denis Booth, 1960 July 26.
Rexroth, Kenneth, 2 ALS, TFLS, 1946 March, 1946 May 17, 1947 February 1.
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11.14 Rhys, Keidrych, 14 ALS, 6 APCS, 1 nd, 1938-1942.
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11.10 Rhys, Keidrych, ALS, 1939 June 1.
Rider, Anne, ALS, APCS, 3 TLS, 1941 July 31, 1941 August 6, 1941 August 13, 1941 September 10, 1941 November 22.
Riding, Laura, ALS, ---- June 1.
Robb, William, ALS, 1961 August 5.
Roberts, Lynette, ALS, 1941 October 28.
Roberts, Michael, 2 ALS, 3 TLS, 1936 June 14, 1936 July 19, 1936 October 16, 1936 October 21, 1937 May 10.
Robinson, Peter, ALS, 1960 July 2.
Rodgers, D., ALS, 1942 January 19.
Rodgers, William Robert, 2 ALS, 1941 September 15, 1947 November 13.
Rook, Alan, 2 ALS, 2 TLS, ACS, 2 nd, ---- October 6, 1941 December 12, 1943 April 6.
Rootes Motors Limited, TLS John Bullock, 1959 September 7.
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11.15 Roskolenko, Harry, 56 items, 4 nd, 1939-1964.
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11.10 Ross Williamson, Hugh, 3 ALS, 1 APCS, 1 TLS, 1 nd, 1950-1953.
"Rosslyn," TN, nd.
Rotary Club of Lincoln, TLS Alan Work, 1962 February 28.
Routledge, George & Sons, Ltd., TLI "EMG," TLI "TMR," TLS "T. M. Ragg," 1941 May 3, 1941 June 17, 1942 October 16.
Royde-Smith, Naomi Gwladys, ALS N. C. Millon, 1942 August 14.
Rudd, A. L., TLS, 1955 June 13.
The Runa Press, 2 TLS "Eithue (?) O’Connell," TLS "Jonathan Hanaghan," 1943 June 18, 1943 July 3, 1943 December 20.
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11.16 Salmon, Christopher, TLS, 1941 May 24.
San Diego State College, TLS John Theobald, 1957 April 22.
Sanderson, C. R., 3 ALS, 1942 November 14, 1943 October 3, 1943 November 18.
Saunders, R. Crombie, 2 TLS, 1944 March 7, 1944 September 15.
Scarfe, Francis, 3 ALS, 2 TLS, 1 nd, ---- April 29, ---- August 12, 1941 August, 1941 August 7.
Schimanski, Eugene, 2 ALS, ---- October 5, 1944 January 5.
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11.17 Schimanski, Stefan K., 43 ALS, 3 TLS, ANI, Christmas card, 3 nd, 1941-1950.
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11.16 The School Broadcasting Council for the United Kingdom, TccL K. V. Bailey, 1963 April 29.
Schülerkalendar "Mein Freud," TLS Albert Elmiger, 1961 Dezember 6, In German.
Schultz, Willard E., TLS, nd.
Scott, Hardiman, 2 TLS, 1944 May 20, 1944 June 4.
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11.18 Scott, Tom, 6 ALS, 5 nd, 1941 January 12.
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11.16 Scott, Winfield Townley, TLS, 1942 November 3.
Scribner’s (Charles) Sons, TLS "John Hall Wheelock," 1947 August 12.
Scrutton, Lesley, ALS, nd.
Scunthorpe and District Junior Chamber of Commerce, 3 TLS Raymond Brown, nd, 1963 October 15, 1963 November 23.
Semaillie (?), Ian, ALS, APCS, 1945 September 11, 1950 December 3.
Senigen, Nora, ALS, 1943 September 22.
Sergeant, Howard, 5 TLS, 1943 December 11, 1943 December 23, 1944 March 8, 1944 July 8, 1944 August 3.
Sheffield University Arts Society, ALS Diana M. Shillaker, TLS C. G. H. Clegg, 1951 January 8, 1963 November 15.
Sherman, George, ALS, 1940 July 7.
Sillince, W. A., 3 ALS, 1961 March 30, 1961 April 6, 1962 May 17.
Simmons, George Finlay, ALS, 9 TLS, TccLS, 1950-1951.
Sitwell, Dame Edith, 9 ALS, 1942-1952.
Skelton, Robin, TLS, 1950 March 13.
Smith, W. H., and Son, Ltd., TLS A. E. Skinner, 1963 July 22.
The Society of Authors, FL, 1956 January 5.
Society of Brothers, ALS Robert Headland, 1957 July 2.
Spender, Stephen, ALS, TLS, ---- November 5, 1956 October 2.
Spohr, Ethel B., ALS, 1963 October 3.
Stanford, Derek, 2 ALS, nd.
Staples & Staples, Limited, TLS, 1943 April 22.
Starkey, James Sullivan, 1 TC, 6 TLS "Seumas O’Sullivan," 1942-1946.
Starkie, S. Martin, ALS, 1951 January 18.
Stattersfield, Peter, ALS, 1945 September 20.
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11.19 Stearns, Marshall W., 3 TLS, 1943 July 29, 1943 December 16, 1948 February 21.
Stewart, Gervase, ALS, nd.
Stewart, Mary, 7 ALS, ---- September 24, 1941-1944.
Stewart, Mary, 2 ALS, 1942 September 17, 1942 December 16.
Stokes, Ralph S., ALS, nd.
Stubbs, John, ALS, 1960 May 1.
Sutcliff, Rosemary, 12 ALS, APCS, ---- December 10, ---- December 24, 1957-1961.
Symonds, R. H. R. L., TLS, 1957 February 13.
Symons, Julian, 2 ALS, ALI, TLI, 2 APCS, 1939 March-August.
Syracuse University Library, TL/aerogramme S Howard L. Applegate, 1963 December 12.
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11.21 Tambimuttu, Thurairajah, 13 ALS, 8 TLS, 5 APCS, 2 TPCS, Christmas Card S, 12 nd, 1940-1942.
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11.20 Taylor, Brian H., TLS, 1960 May 22.
Taylor, Kenneth H., 5 TLS, 1950 March-July.
Taylor, Kenneth H., TLS, 1950 April 24.
Television Writing School Limited, 3 TLS Tony Gruner, 1960 March 1, 1960 March 7, 1960 April 21.
Thomas, Charles, TLS, 1956 August 12.
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11.22 Thomas, Dylan, ALS, 1939 December 13.
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11.20 Thomas, Gwyn, 4 TLS, 1949 April 30, 1949 May 25, 1956 August 17, 1960 January 17.
Thomas, Gwyn, TLS, 1960 May 12.
Thomas, Lyn, TLS, 1949 May 26.
Thwaite, Anthony, Christmas card S with ANI, nd.
Time and Tide, 2 ALS, 2 TLS, ---- April 17, 1943 March 5, 1944 April 24, 1944 June 14.
Time and Tide, TLS Ernest Kay (Managing editor), 1963 December 27.
The Times (London), ALS Colin Watson, re obituary of Alfred Duggan, nd (Tuesday).
Tomlinson, Bill, 2 ALS, 1962 May 1, 1962 June 7.
Tong, Raymond, ALS, 2 TLS, 1943 November 1, 1944 August 3, 1945 January 22.
Treece, David, 2 ALS, 1941 July 16, 1945 September 26.
Treece, Mr. and Mrs. R., Christmas card, nd.
The Tribune, 2 TLS "George Orwell," 1943 November 29, 1943 December 7.
The Tribune, 2 TN, 1943 December 31, 1944 March 14.
The Tuska Theatre Company, TLS "Dennis Staveley," 1950 March 25.
Tyler, Parker, 6 TLS, APCS, TPCS, 1939-1940.
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11.23 Val Baker, Denys, 2 ALS, TL, 5 TLS, 2 TLI, TLI with A postscript, TFLS, 11 nd, 1945 July 6.
Valiere, Alain, TLS, 1960 Mars 3, In French.
Wagner, Geoffrey Atheling, 2 TLS, TNS, ---- July 24, ---- October 7, 1945 May 4.
Waller, Elizabeth, ALS, nd.
Waller, John, 4 ALS, ---- November 5, ---- December 18, 1940 January 11, 1941 February 25.
Ware, Jean, ALS, APCS, TLS, 1963 April 9, 1963 April 11, 1963 April 17.
Warr, Bertram, 2 ALS, nd, ---- January 6.
Watkins, Vernon Phillips, 6 ALS, APCS, 1940-1942.
Watson, Peter, ALS, ---- April 29.
Watts, Stephen, ALS, 2 TLS, nd, 1945 December 8, 1946 February 4.
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11.24 Welch, Denton, 5 ALS, 1943 May 14, 1943 June 9, 1943 December 1, 1944 January 4, 1944 January 8.
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11.25 Wells, Peter, AL/inc, 9 ALS, TLS, 4 APCS, TPCS, 1 nd, 1941-1943.
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11.23 Whittemore, Reed, TLS, nd.
Wilcox, Ronald, ALS, ---- April 11.
Williams, Grace, 4 ALS, 1 Printed card with ANS, 1 nd, 1950 January 21, 1950 September 27, 1950 Boxing Day, 1951 January 29.
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11.26 Williams, Oscar, 9 TLS, 8 inc d, 1944 September 17.
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11.23 Wilson, John Anthony Burgess, TLS, 1963 May 2.
Wingate, Allan, TLS, 1949 July 25.
Wollman, Maurice, ALS, 1948 September 26.
Woolley Hall, 2 TLS Diana Jordan (Warden), 1956 April 19, 1956 May 15.
Workshop, TLS "Elizabeth B. Winters and Paul Bartlett," 1944 October 26.
Wyatt, Susan, TLS, 1940 September 1.
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11.27 Wyatt, Woodrow, 17 ALS, 4 TLS, 2 TccLS, 2 TFLS, 4 nd, 2 inc d, 1940-1946.
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11.23 The Yorkshire Post, 3 TLS W. T. Oliver (Deputy Editor), 1963 April 29, 1963 May 10, 1963 June 2.
Young, O. L., 2 ALS, 1961 December 29, 1962 January 12.



Miscellaneous:

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11.28 Unidentified author, Dylan Thomas by Henry Treece: Criticisms, Tms [1p], nd.
Unidentified author, [List of poets and selected works for an anthology (?)], Tms [1p], nd.
[Unidentified author], [Notes], Ams/notes [1p], nd, Possibly by Richard Church.
Bates, Herbert Ernest, Give them their life [poem], Ams [1p], nd.
Beamish, Rae, BADC [poem], TccmsS [1p], nd.
Beamish, Rae, Poem in progress [fragment], TccmsS [1p], nd.
Beamish, Rae, Tissue of Eve [poem], TccmsS [1p], nd.
Beck, E. O., Ltd., TNS "S. R. Cole" to The Falcon Press, 1947 September 29.
Berridge, Elizabeth, Conversation [poem], TccmsS with one A emendation [2pp], nd.
Berry, Francis, APCI to Treece, Mrs. Henry, 1962 March 21.
Blanchet, M. Cl., TL/copy to [Drummond, Lindsay, Ltd.], addressed to "Miss Matheson" re Dylan Thomas by Henry Treece, 1949 May 7.
The Bodley Head, Ltd., Editorial comments by Jill Black on Man with a sword by Henry Treece, Tms with A notations by Treece [5pp], nd.
The Bodley Head, Ltd., [Review of] The great captains by Henry Treece, Tms/reader’s report [1p], nd.
The Bodley Head Ltd., Suggested outline for Henry Treece’s book on The crusades, Tms with A notations by Treece [1p], nd.
British Broadcasting Corp., T/receipt to Treece, Henry, 1951 May 20.
Casterman (Editeurs), TLS Jean Debraine to Johnson, John, 1963 décembre.
Chave, Owen C., TL with A postscript to Pudney, John, 1942 October 10.
Coghill, Nevill, Moo-Cow-Boy [Poem], Tms with one A correction [1p], nd.
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11.29 Comfort, Alexander, Cities of the plain, Tms with few A emendations [I, 51pp], nd.
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11.28 Cooke, Dorian, To Wendy [poem], TmsS [1p], nd.
Cooke, Dorian, TLS to Goodland, John, 1938 December 14.
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11.30 Darin, George, TLS to Johnson, John, 1955 November 29.
Eliot, Thomas Stearns, TLS to Frost, Robert, re Henry Treece, 1943 November 30.
Goodland, John, ALS to Moore, Nicholas, ---- June 10.
Gt. Brit. Air Ministry, TFDS re John Pudney and the R. A. F. anthology, 1943 May 25.
The Grey Walls Press, TLS "C. Wrey Gardiner" to Schimanski, Stefan, 1945 June 29.
Harrison, John, TL/copy to Johnson, John re The Berkeley tragedy by Henry Treece, 1952 September 8.
Hellings, Peter, APCS to Herring, Robert, 1942 August 20.
Hendry, James Findlay, The chunkledom creed, TmsS with few A emendations and corrections [5pp], nd.
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* Hendry, James Findlay, Elegy 2 [poem], Ams with A deletions [3pp], nd. [*Missing 3/2012]
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11.30 Hendry, James Findlay, "Reality is the nightmare others make of dream," Ams/excerpts from unidentified work [2pp on 1l], nd.
Hendry, James Findlay, War philharmonic [poem], TmsS with one A addition [1p], nd.
Hendry, James Findlay, The white horseman [poem], TmsI [2pp on 1l], nd.
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* Hendry, James Findlay, TLS to the Fortune Press, 1939 October 23. [*Missing 3/2012]
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11.30 Hendry, James Findlay, ALS, TLS with A postscript to Goodland, John, 1938 December 13, 1938 December 14.
Heppenstall, John Rayner, The resurrection of the body, Tms [7pp], nd.
Herring, Robert, Assembly room [poem], TmsS [1p] with Tccms/copy [1p], nd.
Herring, Robert, Beatrice to Benedick [poem], TmsS with A emendations [1p], nd.
Herring, Robert, Bewitched [poem], TccmsS [1p], nd.
Herring, Robert, The caretaker [poem], TccmsS [1p], nd.
Herring, Robert, Dark Knight [poem], TmsS [1p], nd.
Herring, Robert, "Descry, dawn round us in the air…" [poem], TmsI with one A correction [1p], 1943 January 23.
Herring, Robert, Engaged [poem], TccmsS with A emendations [1p], nd.
Herring, Robert, The glass rose of heaven [poem], TmsS with A emendations [5pp], nd.
Herring, Robert, A grace [poem], TccmsS with A emendations [1p], nd.
Herring, Robert, Green finger [poem], TccmsS with A emendations [1p], nd.
Herring, Robert, L’heure confessionale [poem], TccmsS [1p], nd.
Herring, Robert, In the time of leavetaking [poem], TccmsS with one A emendations [1p], nd.
Herring, Robert, John, the Baptist [poem], TccmsI [1p], nd.
Herring, Robert, Merc. [play], Tms/inc. [2pp], nd.
Herring, Robert, "Not forever can a lover’s…" [poem], TccmsI with A emendations [1p], nd.
Herring, Robert, An old song re-written [poem], TccmsS with one A correction [2pp], nd.
Herring, Robert, The patchwork coverlet [poem], Tccms with one A emendation [1p], nd.
Herring, Robert, Poem for peace, TccmsS [1p], nd.
Herring, Robert, A praying love-song [poem], TmsS [1p], nd.
Herring, Robert, Sir Harry Wildair – The day after [poem], TmsS [1p], nd.
Herring, Robert, Song of acceptance [poem], TccmsS [1p], nd.
Herring, Robert, Song of the poet’s dedication [poem], TccmsS [1p], nd.
Herring, Robert, Vigil for St. George [poem], TmsS with few A corrections [1p], nd.
Herring, Robert, Works for a poet [poem], TmsS [1p], nd.
Herring, Robert, 1 ALS, 1 TLS Treece, Mary Woodman, 1942 March 14, 1943 January 16.
Holloway, John, TL/mimeo/S to The Listener addressed to Henry Treece, nd.
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11.31 Isom, Charles J., The poetry of Henry Treece, Tccms [ii, 113pp], 1948 June.
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12.1 John Lane The Bodley Head Limited, TccL C. J. Greenwood to The Fortune Press, directed to W. Caton, 1944 October 4.
John Lane The Bodley Head Limited, TccL C. J. Greenwood to Pudney, John, 1943 November 25.
Jones, Glyn, Acknowledgements for unidentified work, Ams [2pp], nd.
Kamm, Anthony, The Bombard (Random thoughts), Tms with A deletions and A note in the hand of Henry Treece [2pp], nd.
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osf 4 Keeping, Charles, Illustrations for Henry Treece’s books, Page proofs [13pp], nd.
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12.1 Kemp, David, Illustration for book jacket for How I see apocalypse by Henry Treece, A/drawing [1 sheet], nd.
Kitasono, Katue, ed., VOU Anthology: announcement, Tms with A addition [1p], nd.
Lewis, Edward, Sketches for Alice in wonderland, Ams with identification notes in hand of Henry Treece, nd.
McCaig, Norman, "The closer fist clamped my ell-head in…" [poem], TmsS [1p], nd.
McCaig, Norman, "To call the crutch a deliverer from crystal…" [poem], TmsS [1p], nd.
McLean, M., ALS to Kamm, Anthony, re Horned Helmet by Henry Treece, 1963 October 13.
Macleod, Norman, Bear meat [poem], Tms [1p], nd.
Macleod, Norman, The eyes that sunset takes [poem], Tms [1p], nd.
Macleod, Norman, Factual focus [poem], Tms [1p], nd.
Macleod, Norman, Family album [poem], Tms with few A emendations [4pp], 1939.
Macleod, Norman, In the neighborhood of sleep [poem], Tms [1p], nd.
Macleod, Norman, Iron and quicksilver [poem], Tccms [1p], nd.
Macleod, Norman, Scenario of a verse walking [poem], Tms with few A corrections [3pp], nd.
Macleod, Norman, Serious business [poem], Tms [3pp], nd.
Melville, Robert, Picasso’s anatomy of woman, AmsS [20pp], nd.
Melville, Robert, TL to Schimanski, Stefan, 1941 November 25.
Miller, Henry, TLS to Ford, Charles Henri, "Tuesday".
Moore, Henry Spencer, Tube shelterers [poem], Tms/copy, nd.
Moore, Marianne Craig, TLS to Ford, Charles Henri, 1943 May 17.
Moore, Nicholas, Poem ("She would wish and whisper in the night…"), TmsS [2pp], nd.
Moore, Nicholas, Poem ("The ruling tempests flatter the conqueror…"), TmsS [1p], nd.
Moore, Reginald, TLS to Treece, Mary Woodman, 1942 December 5.
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osf 5 Nickless, Will, Illustrations for Further adventures of Robinson Crusoe by Henry Treece, Black/white and color page proofs [5ll], nd.
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12.1 Oakeshott, R. Ewart, Notes on The crusades by Henry Treece, Ams [12pp], nd.
Oakeshott, R. Ewart, [Notes for Fighting men] Soldiers in archeology by Henry Treece and Ewart Oakeshott, Tms/copy [4pp], 1960 October.
Oakeshott, R. Ewart, ALS to Kamm, Anthony, 1962 June 6.
Parsons, Geoffrey, Poems, AmsS [4pp], nd.
Price, Christine, Illustrations for The children’s crusade by Henry Treece, Proofs [2pp], nd.
Pudney, John, Poems, Tmss S [2pp], nd.
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12.2 Ray, Nicholas, TL/photostat to The Bodley Head Ltd. (J. B. Blackley), 1961 June 2.
Roskolenko, Harry, Escape [poem], Tms [3pp], nd.
Roskolenko, Harry, Melpomene still walks [poem], Tms [1p], nd.
Roskolenko, Harry, War and writing, Tccms with A revisions [10pp],, nd.
Savage, Michael, To B. B., who believes that pilots should think for themselves [poem], TmsS [2pp], nd.
Scarfe, Francis, Parachutists [poem], Tms [1p], 1941 August.
Schimanski, Stefan K., Cartoon of Victor Gollancz, A/sketch, nd.
Schimanski, Stefan K., The sun was my father: outline for his collected works, Ams/draft [3pp], nd.
Schimanksi, Stefan K., War and writing: outline, Ams/draft [1p], nd.
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* Schimanski, Stefan, ed., [A new romantic anthology, edited by Stefan Schimanski and Henry Treece], Printed, A, T, and Tccms/working draft/inc. with A revisions, corrections and notations by Treece and others [c. 104l], nd. [*Missing 3/2012]
Schimanski, Stefan, ed., [A new romantic anthology], edited by Stefan Schimanski and Henry Treece, Galley proof/inc. [50pp], nd. [*Missing 3/2012]
Schimanski, Stefan, ed., A new romantic anthology, edited by Stefan Schimanski and Henry Treece, Galley proof with A corrections and notations in various hands and T/insert [61pp], 1947 September 25. [*Missing 3/2012]
Schimanski, Stefan, ed., A new romantic anthology, edited by Stefan Schimanski and Henry Treece, Page proof with printed correction inserted [243pp], 1948. [*Missing 3/2012]
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12.2 Stevenson, Patric, Thoughts on The Brown Clee, AmsS with few A deletions [2pp], 1945 April 14.
Stewart, Cleary, ALS to Treece, Mary Woodman, 1943 March 18.
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gf 6 Swinburne, Charles Algernon, Selected poems; edited with an introduction by Henry Treece, Galley proof with A additions and A corrections [24pp], nd.
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12.2 Swinburne, Algernon Charles, Selected poems; edited with an introduction by Henry Treece, Final page proof S [63pp], 1948.
Thomas, Dylan, TLS to Goodland, John, ---- December 22.
Thompson, Frances Y., Ex ore infantium [poem], AmsS [1p], nd.
Time and tide, TLS "Theodore Basanquit" to Schimanski, Stefan K., 1943 March 4.
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12.4 Treece, Henry, Agenda for daily activities, Ams [79pp], nd.
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12.5 Treece, Henry, Aircraft recognition, Ams notes S [10pp], nd.
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12.3 Treece, Henry, Anglo American chain poem, Tms [6pp], nd.
Treece, Henry, Book catalogue, Ams/list S [12pp], 1935 October 12.
Treece, Henry, Chaucer, AmsS [14pp], nd.
Treece, Henry, Check stubs, 1946.
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12.6 Treece, Henry, Drawings for Oedipus, AmsS with A note [22pp], 1963-1964.
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12.7 Treece, Henry, High school literature notes, Ams [41pp], nd.
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12.9 Treece, Henry, [Lecture notes on] English literature, AmsS [162pp], 1931.
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12.8 Treece, Henry, List re mythological characters and witchcraft, Ams [2pp on 1l], nd.
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12.10 Treece, Henry, Materials related to a production of Shakespeare’s Macbeth at Barton-on-Humber Grammar School, Printed play with A cuts, marginal notes and sketches and T inserts, together with 6ll of AMs dialogue, music and state and lighting directions, 1949.
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12.8 Treece, Henry, Memorandum of agreement between Henry Treece and Lindsay Drummond, Ltd., re Dylan Thomas by Henry Treece, Printed document with A and T additions/signed "Peggie Matteson, director," 1945 October 31.
Treece, Henry, Memorandum of agreement between Henry Treece and Routledge re The white horseman, AD/draft [2pp on 1l], nd.
Treece, Henry, Miscellaneous notes re writing schedules, Ams [14pp], 1962-1964.
Treece, Henry, The New apocalypse letters, Tms with A note [17pp], nd.
Treece, Henry, Notes for anthologies, Ams [8pp], nd.
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12.11 Treece, Henry, Notes for identification of mss, Ams and Tms S [33pp], Various dates.
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12.12 Treece, Henry, [Notes for] Royal Air Force Officers’ School, Ams [102pp], nd.
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12.13 Treece, Henry, [Notes for] School of Flying Control, Ams with Ams and printed insertions [230pp], nd.
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12.14 Treece, Henry, Notes on education, AmsS [131pp], 1933 October.
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12.15 Treece, Henry, Notes on education and educational psychology, AmsS with A insertions [152pp], nd.
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12.16 Treece, Henry, Notes on English authors, AmsS [72pp], 1934-1935.
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12.8 Treece, Henry, Notes on English literature and history, Ams [24pp], nd.
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12.17 Treece, Henry, Notes on English literature and history, Ams [50pp], nd.
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12.18 Treece, Henry, Notes on English literature and history, Ams with Ams insertions [65pp], 1930.
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12.19 Treece, Henry, Notes on language and history, Ams [66pp], nd.
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12.20 Treece, Henry, Notes on military affairs, Ams [120pp], nd.
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12.21 Treece, Henry, Notes on Spanish language and literature, AmsS [158pp], nd.
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12.8 Treece, Henry, Notes on Spenser, Ams [38pp], nd.
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12.22 Treece, Henry, RAF Anthology, Ams list of contributors and their contributions and acknowledgments [3pp], nd.
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12.23 Treece, Henry, Spanish note-book, AmsS [42pp], nd.
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12.22 Treece, Henry, Stefan K. Schimanski, AmsS/note re In memoriam Stefan Schimanski published in Adam, 1954, 1962.
Treece, Henry, A note S re Stefan Schimanski, nd.
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12.24 Treece, Henry, Teaching Note Book, AmsS with A insertions and printed material pasted in notebook [191pp], 1933-1934.
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12.2 Tunnard, John, Book jacket for How I see Apocalypse by Henry Treece, Proof, 1946 August 28.
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12.25 View, [announcement], Tms with A addition [1p], nd.
Williams, Grace, Introductory music for The dark island by Henry Treece, AmsS/music score [1p], nd.
The Workshop, [Announcement], Tms with A additions [2pp], nd.
The Workshop, Manifesto of an American movement, Tms [6pp], 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