University of Texas, Harry Ransom Humanities Research Center

Joseph Hergesheimer:

An Inventory of His Collection at the Harry Ransom Center



Creator: Hergesheimer, Joseph, 1880-1954
Title: Joseph Hergesheimer Collection
Dates: 1902-1975
Abstract: Joseph Hergesheimer was an American writer of the early 20th century known for his novels portraying the lives of the wealthy. His collection consists largely of manuscripts for his many short stories and novels and correspondence pertaining to his works.
Call Number: Manuscript Collection MS-1921
Extent: 46 document boxes, 1 oversize box (osb), (20 .58 linear feet), 1 oversized folder (osf)
Language: English and German
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 and Gifts, 1962-1991 (R1115, R1773, R3372, R4130, R4187, R4857, R12107, G32, G378, G8955)

Processed by:

Heather Bollinger, Hagan Barber, 2012

Note:

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


BAR CODE LIST

  • Box 1: 059188000051608
  • Box 2: 059188000051594
  • Box 3: 059188000051583
  • Box 4: 059188000051572
  • Box 5: 059188000051561
  • Box 6: 059188000051550
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  • Box 8: 059188000051539
  • Box 9: 059188000051528
  • Box 10: 059188000051517
  • Box 11: 059188000051506
  • Box 12: 059188000051492
  • Box 13: 059188000051481
  • Box 14: 059188000051470
  • Box 15: 059188000051460
  • Box 16: 059188000051620
  • Box 17: 059188000051630
  • Box 18: 059188000051641
  • Box 19: 059188000051652
  • Box 20: 059188000051663
  • Box 21: 059188000051674
  • Box 22: 059188000051685
  • Box 23: 059188000051696
  • Box 24: 059188000051700
  • Box 25: 059188000051710
  • Box 26: 059188000051721
  • Box 27: 059188000051732
  • Box 28: 059188000051743
  • Box 29: 059188000051754
  • Box 30: 059188000051765
  • Box 31: 059188000051776
  • Box 32: 059188000051787
  • Box 33: 059188000051798
  • Box 34: 059188000051801
  • Box 35: 059188000051812
  • Box 36: 059188000051823
  • Box 37: 059188000051834
  • Box 38: 059188000051845
  • Box 39: 059188000052134
  • Box 40: 059188000051867
  • Box 41: 059188000051878
  • Box 42: 059188000051889
  • Box 43: 059188000051890
  • Box 44: 059188000051903
  • Box 45: 059188000051914
  • Box 46: 059188000051925
  • Box 47: 059188000051936

Container List

Works:

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1.1 [Unidentified essay] Tccms inc [2pp], nd.
[Unidentified manuscript fragments], Ams / fragments [93pp], nd.
[Unidentified play: Synopsis], Ams [2pp], nd.
[Unidentified prose poems], Ams with A emendations [4pp], nd.
[Unidentified work], Ams / fragment [1 p.], nd.
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1.2 [Untitled: American Constitution], Tms (13pp), [1942].
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1.3 [Untitled essay: Autobiographical notes on childhood], Ams with A emendations in one quarto notebook [14pp], nd.
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1.4 [Untitled essay: Jealousy], Ams with A emendations in one quarto notebook [3pp], nd.
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1.5 [Untitled: Havana], re: The Bright Shawl, Tms (7pp), nd.
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1.6 [Untitled poem], Ams inc with A emendations [1p], nd.
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1.7 [Untitled: Poetry of Po Chu-I], Ams with A emendations in one quarto notebook [6pp], nd.
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1.8 [Untitled: Preface], Ams with emendations in one quarto notebook [10pp], nd.
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1.9 [Untitled: Richard Barthelmess], Ams with A emendations [2pp], 1924 June 5.
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1.10 [Untitled speech: National Gallery of Art], Tccms (15pp), nd.
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1.11 [Untitled: Speech on law], Tccms (5pp), nd.
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1.12 [Untitled: The meaning of America], Tms (2pp), Tccms (2pp), nd.
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1.13 [Untitled: Why girls hate polite young men], Ams with A emendations in one quarto notebook [16pp], nd.
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1.14 [Adventure’s end], AmsS with A emendations in four quarto notebooks [15pp, 2(16pp), 14pp), [1919].
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1.15 After the Ball, Typescript.
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1.16 An Aiken paper: How the characters of a novel, as yet unwritten, came into being, autograph manuscript.
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1.17 The air is not thin, Autograph manuscript.
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1.18 The Alabaster locket, Tms [10pp], nd.
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1.19 Alice Carpenter, Autograph manuscript.
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1.20 And now the story, Autograph manuscript.
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1.21 Ann Fascitt, Autograph manuscript.
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1.22 Annot in the World, Autograph manuscript.
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1.23 [Another] Aiken paper, AmsS with A emendations in one quarto notebook [17pp], nd.
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1.24 Art, Autograph manuscript.
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1.25 Arts of hoax, autograph manuscript.
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1.26 [Autobiographical sketches], 5 Tccmss (two 10pp each; one each 9pp., 7pp., 1p], nd.
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2.1-2.4 [Autobiographical writings], Ams written in 47 notebooks [ca 500pp], nd.
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2.5 Autumn’s cloud, Autograph manuscript.
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2.6 Bagatelle, a romantic play without a programme, Autograph manuscript.
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2.7-3.2 Balisand, Autograph Manuscript.
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3.3 Basquerie by Eleanor M. Kelly: [Blurb], Ams / first draft S with A emendations in one quarto notebook [3pp], Tccms / final draft [1p], nd, 1927 June 2.
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3.4 Beauty in women, Autograph manuscript.
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3.5-6 Berlin, Autograph manuscript.
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3.7 Berlin Remembered, Typescript, 2 copies.
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3.8 Beyond, Autograph manuscript.
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3.9 Beyond the bridge, Autograph manuscript.
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3.10 The big shot, Ams with A revisions [8 small notebooks], nd.
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4.1 Blue ice, Ams S with A emendations in six quarto notebooks [18pp, 2(16pp), 10pp, 9pp, 6pp], [1919], included with this: Blurb for dust jacket for Linda Conden [1919] (1p in sixth notebook).
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4.2 The books of Hugh Wiley, Ams S with A emendations in one quarto notebook [9pp], nd.
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4.3 Bread, autograph manuscript.
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4.4 The bright shawl, Ams S with A emendations in nine quarto notebooks [7(33pp), 34pp, 8pp], 8 nd, 1920 October 26.
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4.5 The bright shawl: [Blurb], Ams with A emendations [1p], [1922].
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4.6 The bright shawl: [Notes for Havana], Ams / notes [1 notebook] [15pp], nd.
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4.7 The bright shawl: [Play notes], Ams S with A emendations in one quarto notebook [17pp], 1921 December 18.
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4.8 Can you be married and "free," Ams with A emendations in two quarto notebooks [14pp, 7pp], 1925 May 1, 1925 May 2.
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4.9 Caption for a portrait of Miss Pringle, Ams with A emendations in one quarto notebook [3pp], 1926 August.
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4.10 Captive pass, Autograph manuscript.
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4.11-12 Chambelona, Autograph manuscript.
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4.13 Changu, Autograph manuscript.
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4.14 China, Autograph manuscript.
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4.15 A cigarette, Ams [1p.], nd, "To Dorothy."
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4.16 Cinemas, Ams with A emendations in one quarto notebook [13pp], nd.
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4.17 The city of pleasure: Five impressions, Autograph manuscript.
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4.18 Collector’s blue, Autograph manuscript.
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5.1-4 The Cool of the Evening, Autograph Manuscript Plus Outline, Revisions and Notes.
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5.5 The cool of the evening, Typescript.
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6.1-4 Coral, AmsS with A revisions written in 35 exercise books [494pp], 1928 February 12. Includes collector’s slipcase.
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7.1 Cosmopolitan club address, November 1934. Ams.
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7.2 The cream of hearts, Ams.
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7.3 Creative letters and America, Ams.
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7.4 The crimson fleece, Ams S with A emendations in one quarto notebook [18pp], nd.
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7.5 The crystal chandelier, Ams written in four notebooks [58pp], 1934 March 18.
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7.6 The cygnet packet, Ams.
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7.11 [Cyntherea: Blurb for dust jacket], Ams / 1st draft S with A emendation [1p], Ams / final draft with A emendations [1p], nd, 1921 October 31.
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7.7-8 Cyntherea, Ams / first draft S with A emendations in 19 quarto notebooks [11 (33pp.), 7(17pp.), 19pp], nd.
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7.9-10 Cyntherea, Ams / first draft S with A emendations in 15 quarto notebooks [2(35pp.), 9(33pp.), 34pp, 32pp, 36pp, 41pp], 1921 August 9.
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8.1-2 Cyntherea [play], Ams / first [early] draft S with A revisions in 23 quarto notebooks [two (10pp), 11pp, 13pp, 15pp, 21pp, 20pp, three (19pp), five (17pp), eight(18pp)], 15 nd, 1922-1923.
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8.3 Cyntherea [play], Ams / second or final draft S with A revisions in 16 quarto notebooks, 1923 January 8-February 15.
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8.4 Daffodils on the air, Ams.
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8.5 The dark city, Ams.
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8.6 The dark fleece, Ams / final draft S with A emendations and revisions I n13 quarto notebooks [10 (17pp), 19pp, 18pp, 2pp], 11 nd, 1917 October 13, 1917 October 20.
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8.7-9.2 Demeter, Ams S with A emendations in 36 quarto notebooks [3 (11pp), 3pp, 2 (6pp), 2 (9pp), 10 (17pp), 10 (18pp), 6 (1opp), 19pp, 7pp], 1934.
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9.3 The dove’s business, Autograph manuscript.
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9.4 The eagle and the pine, Ams.
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9.5 The early manner of Lafcadio Hearn, Ams.
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9.6 The Egyptian chariot, Ams.
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9.7 Eight novels, Ams.
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9.8 1888, Ams.
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9.9 1840: Tableau a Rideau, Ams with A correction [1p], nd.
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9.10 The extra consideration, Ams.
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9.11 Family group: contemporary American, Ams.
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9.12 The feminine nuisance in American literature, Ams.
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9.13 Fiddle-backs, Ams.
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9.14 Fine apparel, Ams.
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9.15 Fine metal, Ams.
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10.1 The Five Invasions of Britain, The Romans, typescript, 2 Copies.
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10.2 Five profiles, Ams.
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10.3 Flower of night, Ams.
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10.4-6 The foolscap rose, Ams with A emendations in 39 quarto notebooks [22 (17pp.), 4 (18pp.), 14pp., 15pp., 4 (10pp.), 12pp., 4 (9pp.), 7pp., 13pp.], 1933 May 13 - September 22.
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10.7 For companions I prefer men, Ams.
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10.8 Forty-seven pretty girls, Ams S with A emendations in 3 quarto notebooks [2 (16pp), 17pp], 2 nd, 1926 November 8.
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10.9-11.2 From an old house, Ams.
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11.3 A further study of plants, Ams.
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11.4 Gammon, Ams.
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11.5 Garibaldi was a bum, typescript, carbon.
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11.6 The gentleman’s and cabinet-maker’s director, Ams.
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11.7 Glamor, Typescript.
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11.8 Glass, Ams S with A emendations in four quarto notebooks [17pp each], nd.
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11.9 [Glass]: Notes on the Amish, Ams [5pp], nd.
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11.10 The golden fleece to Richard Barthelmess, Ams with A emendations in 2 quarto notebooks (16pp, 13pp), nd.
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11.11 The golden littoral, Ams.
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11.12 [The good old days were good], Tccms (5pp), nd.
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11.13 Green Villages: Newport I, Tcc / 2nd draft with A notation [33pp], [1939].
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11.14 Green villages: Pickawillany I, Tms / early draft with A emendation [25pp], Tms / late draft [31pp], Tccms / early draft [25pp], nd.
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11.15 The hybrid hudding, Ams.
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11.16 [Introduction: Interior of Virginia Houses of Colonial times by Edith Tunis] Sale, Ams with A emendations in 1 quarto notebook [17pp], 1927 March 22.
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11.17 [Introduction]: the red badge of courage by Stephen Crane, Ams with A emendations and deletions [18pp], 1924 June 12, 13.
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11.18 Introduction: Tales of my native town by Gabriele D’Annunzio, Ams S with A emendations in one quarto notebook [17pp], [1920].
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11.19 [Is honesty possible in marriage? No? says Joseph Hergesheimer], Ams with A emendations in 2 quarto notebooks [18pp, 5pp], 1930 September __.
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11.20 Isabel Mays, Ams.
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12.1 [James Branch Cabell], Ams inc with A emendations in one quarto notebook [3pp], [1927].
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12.2 James Branch Cabell, Typescript, one page.
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12.3-5 Java Head, Ams / early drafts S with A revisions and corrections in 37 quarto notebooks [13pp, 35 (17pp), 20pp], 36 nd, 1918 January 4.
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12.6 Java Head, Ams / final draft S inc with A emendations in twelve quarto notebooks [19pp, 7 (17pp), 9pp, 13pp, 7pp, 3pp], 1918.
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12.7 [Java Head: Blurb for dust jacket], Tccms [1p], [1946].
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12.8 Java Head: catalogue description, Ams [1p], 1918 October 18 [Receipt date].
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12.9 Java Head: [list of] characters Tms / early draft with A emendations [1p], nd.
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* [Java Head]: Notes [on] China and shipping, A, Tms with A drawings [107pp], nd. [*Missing 4/2012]
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12.10 [Java Head: Preface], 1 Ams with A emendations [4pp], 2 Tccms [4pp each], [1944].
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12.11 Java Head: [synopsis], Ams [2pp. on 1l], nd.
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12.12 Juju, Ams.
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12.13 The lamentable trade of letters, Ams.
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12.14-13.1 The Lay Anthony, Ams.
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13.2 Letter to the citizens of Chester county [Endorsement], Tccms [3pp], 1930 October 21.
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13.3 Lillian Gish, Ams.
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13.4-7 The limestone tree, Ams.
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14.1-2 Lihda Condon, Ams.
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14.3 Listen amber lady: Installments I-III, Tms / inc [121pp], [1937].
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14.4 Listen, amber lady [synopsis], A, Tms (5pp), nd.
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14.5 A little number in pique, typed draft with autograph corrections.
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14.6 A little number in pique, typescript, carbon.
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14.7 The lodestar, Ams.
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14.8 Lola Ottinger, Ams.
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14.9 Lonely vallies [sic], AmsS with A emendations in five quarto notebooks [4 (16pp), 17pp], nd.
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14.10 Lorinda, Ams.
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15.1 Love, Ams.
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15.2 [Love can happen!: List of characters], A, Tms with A emendations in one quarto notebook [7pp], nd.
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15.3 Love in the united states, Ams.
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15.4 Love in the United States: [Movie prospectus], 1 Tms (24pp), 2 Tccms (24pp each), nd.
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15.5 Ludowika, An Original Romantic, play in 4 Acts, Autograph Manuscript of a Draft.
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15.6 The magnetic west: cascades of faith, autograph manuscript.
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15.7 The magnetic west: gold petals, autograph manuscript.
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15.8 The magnetic west: the high virgins, Ams.
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15.9 The magnetic west: lode states, Ams.
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15.10 The magnetic west: on west water, Ams.
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15.11 The magnetic west: a post of trade, Ams.
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15.12 The magnetic west: the shining mountains, Ams.
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15.13 The magnetic west: the Spanish risk, Ams.
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15.14 The magnetic west: Sungates, Ams.
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15.15 Mahogany, Ams.
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16.1 Maple, Ams.
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16.2 The Marble lily, Ams.
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16.3 Married for life, Tms / inc with A corrections [10pp], nd.
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16.4 Married for life, typescript, with autograph notes carbon.
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16.5 The meeker ritual, Ams.
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16.6 Merry Dale, Ams.
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16.7 Merry Dale, printed pamphlet with A note S written in it (14pp.), 1927 [date of note].
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16.8 The middle west, Ams.
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16.9 Mr. Henry L. Mencken, 1 Ams / late draft S with A emendations in 1 quarto notebook [13pp], 1 Tms / final draft [7pp], 2 Tccms / final draft [7pp], 3 nd, 1925 April 27-28.
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16.10 The most disgraceful thing I ever did, Ams.
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16.11-12 Mountain blood, Ams.
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16.13 Natchez, Tms / mimeo [33pp], 1934 November 1.
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16.14 A new Charleston Set [poems], 2 Tmss / inc with few A emendations [4pp each], nd.
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16.15 1918, AmsS with A emendations [3 small notebooks], 1926 October.
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16.16 Note books on charm: A serious record of the frivolous materials woven into the texture of some novels and stories, with an occasional frivolous reference to the serious phases, Ams S with A emendations in 1 quarto notebook [17pp], [1922].
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16.17 Note books on charm, II, Ams with A emendations in 2 quarto notebooks [16pp, 8pp], 1924 April 30, 1924 May 1.
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16.18 Note books on charm, III, Ams S with A emendations in 2 quarto notebooks [17pp, 9pp], 1924 November 20, 21, 23.
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16.19 Note books on charm: [Advertisement], Ams with A emendations [2pp], Tms with A emendations [1p], Tccms with A emendations [1p], 2 nd, 1924 November 24.
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17.1 A note on John Partins, Ams.
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17.2 Notes for a blue water novel, Ams.
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17.3 Oak, Ams.
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17.4 Of ultimate antiques, Ams S with A emendations in 6 quarto notebooks [15pp, 5pp, 21pp, 12pp, 10pp, 9pp], [1928].
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17.5 Old stuff, Ams.
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17.6 The order for merit, Ams.
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17.7 A paper for the philobiblon club, Tms.
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17.8 Parent to a star, Ams.
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17.9-11 The party dress, Ams.
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17.12 Paterfamilias, Ams.
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18.1 Paul MacElree, Tms.
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18.2 The pedestal without a bust, Surrealism, Tms.
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18.3 Pewter, Ams.
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18.4 Philadelphia - faithful to the crown, Ams.
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18.5 A plea for pessimism, Ams.
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18.6 Poems, Ams of 12 poems on 15 sheets.
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18.7 Point argent, Ams.
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18.8 Power in the hands of fools, Ams.
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18.9 [Preface: Domnie, a comedy of woman-worship by James Branch Cabell] Ams S with A emendations in 2 quarto notebooks [9pp, 8pp], 1920 June 24.
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18.10 [Preface: Simple confession by Baird Leonard], Ams / 1st draft with A emendations in 1 quarto notebook [2pp], Tms / late draft with A emendations [1p], [1930].
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18.11 The Presbyterian child, Ams.
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18.12 The Presbyterian child: [Blurb for dust jacket], Ams with A emendations [1p], [1923].
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18.13 The primitive motive, Ams.
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18.14 Primitive rhythm, Ams.
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18.15 The profession of imaginary letters, Ams / early draft S in 1 quarto notebook [18pp], Ams / later draft S in 1 quarto notebook [17pp], nd.
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18.16 The profession of novelist, Ams.
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18.17 Prose impressions, I, Ams.
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18.18 Prose poems, 1 Ams / first draft inc with A emendations [10pp], 1 Ams / second draft inc with A corrections and deletions [9pp], 2 Ams / last draft S (1 complete in 2 quarto notebooks) 1 inc in 1 bound quarto notebook [18pp, 17pp, 17pp], 3 nd, 1912 October.
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18.19 The provence manner, Ams / early draft with A emendations in 3 quarto notebooks [2 (18pp), 13pp], Ams / late draft inc with emendations in 2 quarto notebooks [18pp, 17pp], Tccms / early draft with A editorial corrections (26pp), nd, 1936 July 29, 1936 December 2.
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19.1-6 Quiet cities, Ams plus notes and revisions.
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20.1 Read them and weep, Ams with A emendations in 4 quarto notebooks [3 (16pp), 11pp], nd.
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20.2 Reality from replicas, Ams.
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20.3 Replicas for Reality, AmsS with A emendations [3 small notebooks], 1926 May.
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20.4 A relation of Chester County, Ams inc(?) with A emendations in 8 quarto notebooks and 20 loose leaves [20ll, 12pp, 8pp, 2 (20pp), 11pp, 7pp, 6pp, 28pp], [1943].
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20.5 The remembering hearth, Ams [1p.], nd.
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20.6 [Review of] barren ground by Ellen Glasgow, Ams with A emendations in 1 quarto notebook [3pp], 1926 April 29.
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20.7 [Review of] Cathedral by Hugh Walpole Ams S with A emendations in 1 quarto notebook [13pp], [1923].
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20.8 [Review of] Domestic science by Amner Sabin, Ams S with A emendations in 1 quarto notebook [16pp], nd.
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20.9 [Review of] Heat [by Isa Glenn (Schendler)], Ams with A emendations in 1 quarto notebook [10pp], 1926 March.
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20.10 [Review of] Jurgen by James Branch Cabell, Ams / late draft with A emendations in 1 quarto notebook [7pp], [1919].
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* [Review of Story anthology: 1931-1933, edited by Whit Burnett and Martha Foley], Ams with A emendations in 1 quarto notebook [7pp], [1934]. [*Missing 4/2012]
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20.11 [Review of] The age of enterprise by Thomas C. Cochran and William Miller Tccms with T corrections (7pp), [1942].
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20.12 [Review of] The old Merchant Marine by Ralph D. Paine, Ams with A emendations [11pp], nd.
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20.13 [Review of] The story of Wilbur the Hat by Hendrick Van Loon, Ams S with A emendations in 1 quarto notebook [5pp], nd.
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20.14 [Review of the works of] George Moore by [Unidentified author], Ams inc with A corrections [3pp], 1923 August 20.
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20.15 The revolt of men, Ams.
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20.16 Rosemary Roselle, Ams.
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20.17 San cristobal de la habana, Ams.
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20.18 San Cristobal de la Habana [blurb], Tccms with A emendations and notations [1p], printed dust jacket inc [1p], nd, 1920 May 11.
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20.19 San Cristobal: [Preface], Ams with A emendations in one quarto notebook [10pp.], nd.
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20.20 Scarlet ibis, Ams.
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20.21 A school for acting, Ams.
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21.1 Shapes in light, Ams.
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21.2-4 Sheridan, Three Military Pictures, Ams.
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21.5 Silver, Ams.
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21.6 Soldiers in hades, Ams.
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21.7 The Solemn novelist, Ams.
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21.8 Something more gone, Ams.
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21.9 Something pretty sweet in silk, Ams.
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21.10 Souvenirs of a solitary child, Ams.
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21.11 A sprig of lemon verbena, Ams.
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22.1 The Stain of honor, 1 Tms with A emendations [58pp], 2 Tccms inc with A emendations [55pp, 56pp], 2 nd, 1945 March 22.
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22.2-4 Steel, Ams.
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22.5 Steel, Tms with A corrections.
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22.6 The story of the child who was good -- mostly, Ams S (4pp), 1901 January 25.
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22.7 The supercherub, Ams.
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22.8 Sweet sounds on the air, Ams.
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23.1-3 Swords and roses, Ams.
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23.4 Swords and roses [Blurb for dust jacket], Ams with A emendations [1p], nd.
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23.5 Take down the moon, Tcc.
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23.6-24.2 Tampico, Ams.
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24.3 Tea houses, Ams.
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24.4 The temperamental education, Ams.
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24.5 The Thistle of Ayr, Tms.
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24.6-8 The Three Black Pennys, Ams.
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25.1 The Three Black Pennys: Notes for film treatment, Ams / early drafts in 7 quarto notebooks [19pp, 8pp, 10pp, 2pp, 3pp, 14pp, 18pp], Ams / final draft in 5 quarto notebooks [19pp, 2 (17pp), 20pp, 9pp], Ams / scenario in 1 quarto notebook [2pp], 1924.
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25.2 Three Black Pennys: [Preface], Ams with A emendations in 2 quarto notebooks [15pp, 2pp], 1930 May.
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25.3 The tide runner, Ams.
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25.4 To the Antique casts in an art school, Ams with A emendations [2 pp. on 1 l], nd.
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25.5 To the sweet ones at Cynwyd: an address, Tms.
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25.6 The token, Ams.
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25.7 Toothbrushes and Razor Blades, American Social Economics: 1, Tms
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25.8 Tra-la-la, Ams / late draft with A emendations [1p], Tms / final draft S [1p], 1921 May 18.
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25.9 Traveler’s repose, Ams.
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25.10-12 Tropical winter (Soirees de palm beach) Ams.
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26.1 Tubal Cain, Ams.
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26.2 Vanity cases, Ams.
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26.3 Walnut, Ams.
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26.4 Wasps, Ams.
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26.5 What men think of women, Ams S with A emendations in 2 quarto notebooks [16pp, 17pp], [1922].
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26.6 Wild Oranges, Ams.
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26.7 The Wistful tale, Ams.
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26.8 A woman I would like to marry, Ams.
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26.9 Women and Companionship, Ams.
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26.10 You Can’t be Nice to them, Ams.
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26.11 The Young American’s Handbook, Ams.
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26.12-13 The Young Must Lose, Ams.
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26.14 [The young versus the elders], Ams with A emendations [4pp], [1921].
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26.15 Youth Knows (A story adapted from Steel), Ams.



Letters:

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27.1 ANI to unidentified recipient, nd, Probably to Dorothy Hergesheimer.
3 ALS to unidentified recipients, nd.
Telegram/ A draft to unidentified recipient, nd.
TccL/inc to unidentified recipient, nd, [1928?].
ALS to [Unidentified recipients] "Angels," 1952 August 1.
TccL to [unidentified recipient] "Bessie," 1930 December 15, [Simon Michael Bessie?]
TccL to [unidentified recipient] "Gertrude," 1928 January 3.
TccL to [unidentified recipient] "Helen," 1932 March 17.
TccL/inc to [unidentified recipient] "Jack," 1935 May 11.
TccL to [unidentified recipient] "Jim," 1940 July 23.
TccL to [unidentified recipient] "Jock," 1942 February 28.
1 AL/drafts to [unidentified recipient] "John," nd, [John M. Hemphill, 1951?].
TL to [unidentified recipient] "John," 1917 November 6, [John M. Hemphill?].
TccL to [unidentified recipient], "Kath," 1940 May 10.
TccL to [unidentified recipient], "Kathleen and Joe," 1935 November 19.
TccL to [unidentified recipient] "Mayfield," 1930 February 19.
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* TccL to [unidentified recipient] "Nickolas," 1941 December 17. [*Missing 3/2005]
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27.1 TLS to [unidentified recipient] "Philip," 1919 April 15.
TccL to [unidentified recipient] "Ronandee," 1936 November 24.
TccL to [unidentified recipient] "Sam," 1940 January 10.
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27.2-4 Letters–Autograph drafts in 26 notebooks.
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27.5 TccL to Abbott, Nina E., 1922 May 30.
TccL to Adelaide, Sister, 1929 October 29.
ALS to Albert, Mary Clare, 1913 March 12.
ALS to Aldrich, nd, Incomplete draft.
5 TccL to Alspach, Evelyn M., 1919 March 1, 1919 June 16, 1919 June 25, 1919 August 2,, 1919 August 7.
TccL to Anders, Howard Schultz, 1921 September 29.
ALS drafts to "Apollodorus," nd.
TccL to Armit, L. P. B., 1928 November 8.
ALS draft to Arnold, Thurman Wesley, nd, TLS to Arnold, Thurman Wesley, 1942 March 12, carbon.
2 ALS drafts to Arnold, Thurman Wesley, and Arnold, Mrs. Frances, Longan, nd.
TccL to Austin, John, 1928 February 4.
TccL to The Authors’ League Fund (Luise Sillcox), 1928 June 8.
TccL to Author’s League of America, Inc., 1918 May 2.
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27.6 TccL to Backhouse, Mr., 1927 July 28.
ALS to Bacon, Mrs., nd, fragmentary draft.
TccL to Baird, Harry J. B., 1921 February 3.
ALS draft to Baker, Benjamin M. Jr., nd.
TccL to Baldwin, Charles C., 1924 May 13.
TccL to Banning, William Peck, 1928 December 28.
1 TccL (secretary), 2 TccL to Barmby, A. W., 1919 December 11, 1920 October 20, 1921 June 8.
TccL to Barnes, Albert Coombs, 1941 June 24.
5 TccL to Barthelmess, Richard, 1921 June 11- 1922 January 7.
10 TL/copies to Barthelmess, Richard, 1 nd, 1920 January 5-1922 January 7.
TccL to Bartlett, 1933 March 9.
TccL to Bathon, Wingrove, 1925 April 25.
TccL to Bec, Maurice, 1929 February 11.
TccL to Bellamann, Henry H., 1922 February 21.
TccL to Bemelmans, Ludwig, 1932 August 4.
TccL (secretary) to Benn (Ernest), Ltd., 1931 December 22.
TccL to Bennett, Joseph Dexter, 1922 January 12.
TccL to Black, Mrs., 1933 August 15.
4 ALS drafts to Blake, Mary Scott, nd.
TccL to Blythe, Samuel George, 1924 January 24.
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27.7 2 TccL to Boogher, Mrs. John P., 1919 August 11, 1921 September 29.
TccL to Boulton, Robert, 1926 May 5.
TccL to Boyd, Ernest Augustus, 1928 January 3.
2 TccL to Boyd, Mr. Julian, 1940 December 16, 1941 April 18.
2 ALS drafts to Bradley, Dr., nd.
6 ALS drafts to Bradley, Edward Sculley [44pp on 25ll], nd.
TccL to Bradley, Jay L., 1926 September 17.
TccL to Bragdon, Claude Fayette, 1928 June 26.
TccL to Breckenridge, Desha, 1927 May 31.
TccL to Brentano’s (Mrs. Lowell Brentano), 1920 September 24.
TLS to Briscoe, Ruth Lee, 1926 December 20.
AL/draft to Brooks, ?, nd.
TccL to Brown, Mrs. C. L., 1926 May 5.
TccL to Brown, Horace, 1928 February 4.
TccL to Broze, Irwin, 1928 January 3.
2 TccL to Bruce, Philip Alexander, 1924 January 2, 1924 January 24.
TLS secretary to Bruel, Oluf von, 1929 March 3.
TccL to Bruen, Frank, 1923 December 31.
2 TccL to Burgess, Gelett, 1922 July 11, 1922 September 21.
TccL to Burt, Struthers, 1931 March 31.
1 Telegram to Butler, Thomas S., 1925 February 5.
TccL to Byrd, Richard Evelyn, 1932 December 5.
TccL to Byrde, Margaretta, 1920 October 8.
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28.1 6 AL/drafts, 1 ALS to Cabell, James Branch, 6 nd, 1951 May 11.
26 TccL, 1 TccL/inc to Cabell, James Branch, 1 nd, 2 inc d, 1918-1942.
ALS draft to Cairns, Mrs. Florence Butler, nd.
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* 4 ALS drafts to Cairns, Florence, nd, [4 drafts of the same letter]. [*Missing 3/2005]
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28.1 4 AL/drafts to Cairns, Huntington and Florence, nd.
16 ALS drafts to Cairns, Huntington, 14 nd, 1950 November 10, 1952 December 5.
4 TccL to Cairns, Huntington, 1939 February 16, 1939 September 29, 1939 November 30, 1941 December 9.
TccL to Canby, Henry Seidel, 1924 June 23.
TccL to Carpenter, Ford Ashman, 1928 November 8.
2 TccL to Carrington, Richard W., 1924 June 5, 1926 December 20.
TccL to Carter, Caroline, 1927 October 17.
TccL to Case, Bertha, 1935 January 11.
TccL to Case, Frank, 1927 April 19.
TccL to Case, Frank and Bertha, 1941 November 19.
TccL to The Century Magazine, 1918 December 19.
TccL to Chamberlayne, Churchill Gibson, 1933 March 9.
TccL to Chambers, Mr. W. G., 1928 December 28.
TccL to Clark, Arthur H., 1918 April 15.
TccL to Clark, Barrett Harper, 1928 November 8.
5 TccL to Clark, Emily Tapscott, 1921-1923.
2 Telegrams to Cohen, Jeane, 1948 February 27, 1948 March 23.
2 TccL to Columbia Broadcasting System, Inc., (Leon Levine), 1941 July 15, 1942 January 6.
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* 5 ALS/drafts to "Connie," nd. [*Missing 3/2005]
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28.1 TL to Cormack, Bartlett, 1927 May 9.
TccL to Crespo, Jorge Juan, 1925 April 22.
2 TccL to Cromwell, James Henry Roberts, 1935 November 19, 1932 March 6.
TccL to Curle, Richard, 1928 June 8.
11 TccL to Curtis Brown Ltd., 1920-1934.
TccL to Cutter, R. A., 1927 July 28.
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28.2 TccL to The Daily Iowan (John Henderson), 1932 March 17.
14 AL/drafts to Dalton, Jack, nd, [4 AL in 14 drafts].
TccL to Dashiell, Margaret, 1924 January 24.
TccL to Davidson, 1940 December 27.
AL/draft to Dembo, Dr., nd.
TccL to Dickinson, Asa Don, 1930 February 19.
AL/unfinished to Dillingham, Mrs., nd.
TccL to DuPont, Alfred and Marcella, 1941 December 30.
1 AL/drafts S, 5 AL/drafts to Du Pont, Marcella Miller, 5 nd, 1953 October 5.
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28.3 TccL to Edison, Charles, 1929 June 4.
ALS to The Editor, New York Times Book Review, 1913 September 26.
1 AL/draft S, 3 AL/drafts to Elliott, William Yandell, nd.
TccL to England, Robert Durant, 1933 July 25.
TccL to The English Journal (W. Wilbur Hatfield), 1927 October 3.
TccL to Estopinal, Leonidas B., 1920 March 11.
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28.4 TccL to Famous Players Lasky Corporation (George Melford), 1922 September 28.
TccL to Felder, Thomas Brailsford, 1951 February 26.
TccL to Follett, Wilson, 1919 June 4.
TccL to Ford, Miss, 1940 February 21.
TccL to The Fortnightly Review (Mary MacKean), 1934 October 2.
AL/draft to Franklin, Mrs., nd.
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28.5 TccL to Gale, Lloyd B., 1925 January 3.
TccL to Gale, Zona, 1923 October 31.
TccL to Galsworthy, John, 1921 November 29.
TccL, TccL/inc to Geddes, Norman Bel, nd, 1936 January 15.
TccL to Gannett, Lewis Stiles, 1933 March 9.
TccL to Geraghty, Carmelita, 1927 June 1.
2 TLS to Giffen, R. L., 1920 September 13, 1922 May 29.
TccL, Tccms Telegram to Gish, Lillian, 1921 January 7, 1921 January 10.
TccL to Glaenzer, Richard Butler, 1929 December 4.
TccL to Glasgow, Ellen Anderson Gholson, 1924 January 24.
TccL from secretary to Glassup Steamship Agency, 1929 January 3.
TccL to Grant, Joseph Donohoe, 1925 January 3.
TccL to Greenslet, Ferris, TccL/inc, 1929 September 30, 1931 September 1.
TLS (Beatrice B. Powell, Secretary), APCS (Louise Jessup, Secretary) to Groves, John Stuart, 1933 March 10, 1933 December 23.
3 TccL to Guffey, Joseph F., 1941 March 19, 1942 March 12, 1942 April 1.
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28.6 TccL to Haas, Alexander Sander, 1932 May 3.
TccL to Haney, 1918 July 25.
TccL to Hansen, Harry, 1923 June 23.
ALS to Harper and Brothers, nd.
8 AL/drafts to Hart-Davis, Rupert, nd.
TccL from secretary to Harvard Cooperative Society, 1921 May 13.
3 AL/drafts to Haserot, Francis Samuel, nd.
ALS to Haserot, Marian, 195- December 14.
ALS to Hays, Will H., nd.
TccL to Headland, Mrs. Isaac Taylor, 1918 April 13.
TccL to Hearst’s International (William C. Lengel), 1933 March 9.
6 TccL to Heinemann (William) Ltd., 1919-1926.
TccL, TccL by secretary to Hemphill, John M., 1921 December 3, 1932 May 20.
3 ALS, 1 TLS to Hemphill, John Mickle, 1921 January 7, 1921 March 15, 1921 April 11, 1921 May 5.
ALS to Hemphill, Lily, 1913 September 15.
2 ALS to Hemphill, Mary Sharpe, 1902 April 16 [postmark], 1902 June 6 [postmark].
ALS to Hemphill, Mary Sharpe, 1907 March 24.
TccL to Henry, Charles F., 1923 October 31.
TccL to Henry, Daniel M., 1930 June 3.
TccL to Hergesheimer, Albert P., 1921 June 18.
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28.7-8, 29.1-6, 30.1-4 Letters to Hergesheimer, Dorothy Hemphill, 256 ALS, 1 ALS/fragment, 5 ALI, 2 AL, 7 TLS, 5 TL, 1 ANS, 7 APCS, 22 APCI, 1 APCI/series of 2, 8 Telegrams, 202 nd, 20 inc d., 1906-1950.
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28.6 TccL to Hergesheimer, Mrs. H. J., 1921 June 29.
TccL to Hoover, Mrs. J. Edgar, 1942 February 28.
TccL to Hoppé, Emil Otto, 1927 October 17.
7 TccL to Houghton Mifflin Company, 1928-1931.
ALS to Hoyt, Nancy, 1926 April 21.
TccL to Huber, Joel C., Jr., 1940 May 10.
TccL to Huston, McCready, 1929 February 22.
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30.5 ALS, AL/draft to Jenkins, Sarah "Sally," 2 nd.
Christmas card to Jessup, Clinton, 1951 December 17 [postmark].
11 ALS, 1 AL, 1 APCS, 1 APCI to Jessup, Louise, 4 nd, 1941-1952.
2 TccL to Johnson, Burges, 1932 August 9, 1932 December 6.
TccL, TccL by secretary to Johnson, Merle DeVore, 1932 April 20, 1932 April 26.
3 ALS to Jones, Mr. Parke P., 1949 June 16, 1950 June 9, 1951 May 24.
TccL to Kahler, Hugh MacNair, 1921 November 16.
4 TccL to Keating, George T., 1921 December 21, 1924 November 10, 1928 February 4, 1928 June 26.
4 TccL to Kelley, Leon, 1930 September 30, 1930 October 29, 1931 March 16, 1933 March 9.
4 TccL to Kellner, Dora Sophie, 1931 April 1, 1931 August 27, 1932 December 5, 1933 June 5.
TccL to Kelly, Mrs. Eleanor Mercein, 1927 May 31.
TccL to Kennedy, O’Neil, 1932 April 29.
TccL to Kimbrough, Mrs. Emily ("Mrs. Wrench"), 1933 August 15.
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30.6 ALS to Knopf, Alfred A., 1914 July 8.
ALS, telegram to Knopf, Alfred A. re: The Presbyterian Child, 1923 July 19, 1923 October 15.
ALS to Knopf, Alfred A., 1932 August 17.
2 AL/draft S, 7 AL/drafts, 36 TccL, 3 TccL/inc to Knopf, Alfred A., 8 nd, 1915-1951.
2 TccL to Knopf, Alfred A., Inc., 1924 November 4, 1946 April 2.
TLS secretary to Knopf, Alfred A., Inc., 1929 March 3.
1 AL/draft S, 2 AL/drafts, 1 TccL to Knopf, Alfred A. and Blanche, 2 nd, 1937 August 2, AL/draft S from Joseph and Dorothy.
2 AL/drafts or 1 in 2 drafts, 3 TccL to Knopf, Blanche, 1 nd, 1927 October 17, 1932 March 30, 1932 April 25.
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30.5 3 TccL to Kyle, Mrs. Neal Wyatt, 1 nd, 1929 September 12, 1930 October 29.
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31.1 TccL to Latimer, Miss Margery, 1928 February 3.
TccL to Levin, Horace E., 1932 August 4.
TccL to Levit, Th. M., 1929 February 11.
2 TccL to Lewis, Sinclair, 1921 October 4, 1930 November 10.
TLS to Lorimer, George Horace, 1924 February 19.
Telegram/A draft to McCalls Magazine, nd.
TccL to McClay, Annie, 1922 January 10.
Telegram/ A draft to MacElree, J. Paul, nd.
AL/draft to McLean, Mrs. John R., nd.
TccL to McNaught Newspaper Syndicate Inc. (F. M. Knowles), 1932 April 20.
TccL by secretary to Mason, Harold T., 1930 October 9.
TccL to Maule, Harry Edward, 1917 October 10.
2 AL S/draft to Mellon, Paul, 1954 January 30.
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31.2 42 TccL to Mencken, Henry Louis, 1917-1942.
ALS to Mencken, Henry Louis, 1915 February 13.
ANS draft from Hergesheimer, Joseph and Hergesheimer, Dorothy Hemphill to Mencken, Henry Louis and Mencken, August, nd.
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31.1 TccL to Minard, Mrs. Everett S., 1926 May 6.
TccL to Mitchell, Margurite (Mrs. F. R.), 1923 December 31.
4 TccL to Mohrenwitz, Dr. Lothar, 1931 August 27, 1932 March 18, 1932 December 5, 1933 June 5.
6 TccL to Morgan, Margaret Case, 1928-1940.
TccL to Muray, Nickolas, 1941 December 17.
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31.3 ALS to Neale, Miss Adelaide, nd.
TccL to The New York Herald (Arthur B. Maurice), 1924 January 24.
ALS to New York Times Book Review, Editor, 1952 November 17.
TccL to The New Yorker (Harold Ross), 1935 October 21.
2 TccL to Nickerson, Hoffman, 1928 June 26, 1930 December 15.
TccL to Norris, Julian R., 1929 February 11.
TccL to North, Franklin, 1925 April 22.
3 AL/drafts to O’Connell, Janice, nd.
TLS to Patten, William, 1931 March 31.
TccL to Paxson, Frederic Logan, 1929 June 4.
TccL to Pflaum, Irving B., 1942 March 13.
TccL to Phelps, Dr. William Lyon, 1932 August 4.
3 AL/drafts to Pinckney, Josephine, nd.
TccL to Pinckney, Josephine, 1928 February 3.
TccL to Postprandial Press (Tom Horan), 1932 March 17.
TccL (secretary) to Pynson Printers Incorporated (Elmer Adler), 1930 December 15.
7 AL/drafts to Robb, David Metheny, nd.
TccL to Robinson, John, 1918 June 8.
TccL to Roosevelt, Mr. Theodore, Jr., 1932 August 9.
2 AL/drafts to Rush, Muriel, nd, (Mrs. Benjamin Rush).
TccL to Russian Intellectual Professional Workers Union (Mr. A. Zagarsky), nd.
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31.4 3 TccL/inc, 24 TccL to Saturday Evening Post (George Horace Lorimer), 1 nd, 1921-1935.
3 TccL to The Saturday Evening Post (Adelaide Neall), 1922 August 1, 1927 July 26, 1932 August 9.
TccL to secretary to The Saturday Evening Post (Mr. C. H. Ludington, Treasurer), 1925 February 18.
TL to Saturday Review of Literature, Norman Cousins, 1943 May 11.
TccL to Saunders, Mrs. W. F., 1927 July 26.
TccL to Selle, Carl M., 1932 March 17.
TccL to Smith, 1930 November 10.
TccL to Smith, T. R. ("Tom"), 1927 July 28.
TccL to The Society of Midland Authors (John M. Stahl), 1921 October 20.
TccL to Somervell, Brehon Burke, 1942 August 7.
TccL to Stallings, Laurence, 1924 September 30.
TccL to Steinbach, Reuben, 1931 November 4.
3 AL/drafts to Tasker, John, Dana, nd.
TccL to Thompson, Mr., 1942 February 11.
5 AL/drafts, 4 AL/drafts/unfinished to Twohey, James and Marjorie, nd.
TccL to The Town Hall Club (F. H. Sisson), 1929 June 4.
TccL to Trigg, Mrs. William E., Jr., ("Emma-Gray"), 1925 June 24.
TccL to Tucker, Dr. Beverly, 1921 July 25.
TccL to Turner, Mrs. James Calder, 1927 July 26.
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31.5 TccL by secretary to U. S. Department of State, 1934 February 26.
2 TccL to University of Miami (Orton Lowe), 1929 June 4, 1929 September 12.
TccL to The University of Pennsylvania, Department of English Language (Arthur H. Quinn), 1929 February 20.
3 TccL to Van Vechten, Carl, 1927 July 26, 1928 December 28, 1942 February 5.
TccL to Vanderbilt, Cornelius, Jr., 1921 March 28.
5 TccL to Vanity Fair (Frank Crowninshield), 1921 July 25-1935 October 21.
12 ALS, TLS to Walpole, Sir Hugh, 1919-1936.
TccL to Waples, Rufus, 1932 December 5.
TccL to Warburton, Mrs. Barclay H., 1935 January 11.
2 AL/drafts to Watts, Mrs. James O., nd.
2 TccL to Waxman, Percy, 1932 April 6, 1935 May 15.
2 TccL to Wegner, Li, 1933 March 9, 1933 June 5.
TccL to Wegner, Mr. M. C., 1932 August 4.
2 TccL to Wells, Geoffrey Harry, 1931 November 4, 1932 December 6.
TccL (Louise McLeary) to Western Forestry and Conservation Assn. (E. T. Allen), 1922 July 25.
TccL to Wiley, Hugh, 1923 October 23.
TccL to Williams, Mrs. Margaret Caughey, 1935 January 3.
TccL to Williams, Ronald John, 1933 July 25.
TccL to Williams, Ronald John, 1934 December 31.
TccL/inc to Wilson, John S., Jr., nd.
TccL to Wood, H. B. ("Bill"), 1932 August 4.
TccL to The World (Paul Palmer), 1929 September 30.
1 AL/draft S in five drafts, 1 AL/drafts to Wyeth, Andrew "Andy" (2 Drafts), 2 nd, 1953 January 29 or December 9.
TccL to Y. M. C. A. National War Work Council (Rex Beach, chairman, Committee on Authors), 1918 August 19.
TccL by secretary to Yard, Mr. C. Raymond, 1930 February 7.
TccL to Young, Francis Brett, 1928 December 28.



Recipients:

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31.6 Unidentified author, TL, re: Java Head, nd.
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31.7 Alden, John, TLS, 1947 October 9.
Alderfer, Everett Gordon, TLS, 1946 September 30.
American Illustrated Magazine, 2 TLS William Morrow (Associate Editor), 1905 September 15, 1905 October 6.
American Library Association, 2 TLS Gertrude T. Rider, 1920 September 30, 1920 October 8.
American Play Company, 2 TLS John W. Rumsey (President), 1944 March 31, 1944 May 4.
Anderson, Sherwood, 1922 January 10.
Andrade, Juan, TLS, 1929 April 18.
Arnold, Frances Longan, 4 ALS to Hergesheimer, Joseph and Dorothy, nd, 1948 January 19, 1952 July 18, 1952 October 16.
Arnold, Frances Longan, 2 ALS, 1952 April 26, 1952 August 7.
Arnold, Thurman Wesley, 1 ALS, 7 TLS, 1942-1952.
Artzybasheff, Elizabeth Snyder, ALS, 1950 December 17.
Austin, Anthony, ALS, 1947 October 29.
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31.8 Baker, Benjamin M. Jr., 7 TLS, 1942-1950.
Baker, Benjamin M. Jr., 2 TLS Melusina T. Hollyday (Secretary), 1946 April 6, 1946 April 10.
Baker, Benjamin M., TLS Elisabeth C. Tracey (Secretary), 1948 October 1.
Banco de Bilbao, TLS C. Catellò and J. Morancho, 1946 March 5.
Barber, Samuel, ALS, nd.
Barnes, Albert C., TLS, 1941 June 25.
Barnes, Harry Elmber, TLS, 1948 May 28.
Barthelmess, Richard, 2 ALS, 1 TLS, ____ August 31, 1933 April 7, 1946 May 8.
Baruch, Bernard Mannes, ALS, nd.
Bec, Maurice, ALS, 1928 October 24.
Bemelmans, Ludwig, ALS, nd.
Benn (Ernest) Ltd.), TLS Ernest J. P. Benn, 1931 December 29.
Bessie, Simon Michael, 2 TLS, 1950 July 13, 1950 August 1.
Black, Ruby Aurora, TLS, 1923 July 3.
Blake, Mary Scott, 2 ALS, 1952 October 30, 1952 December 2.
Boardman, William Kellogg, ALS, 1934 February 25.
Bolger, Robert Vince, TLS, 1950 November 17.
Boyd, Ernest Augustus, TLS, ____ January 19.
Boyd, Grace Welch, 2 ALS, 1947 April 6, 1951 April 27.
Boyd, Julian Parks, 2 ALS, 17 TLS, 1940-1952.
Boyd, Madeleine Elise Reynier, ALS, nd.
Boyer, Francis, TLI F. B., 1950 October 31.
Bradley, Edward Sculley, 7 TLS, 1945-1951.
Bragdon, Claude Fayette, ALS, 1928 June 7.
Brandt & Brandt, 18 TLS, 1940-1949.
Brandt & Brandt Dramatic Department, TLS William Koppelman, 1945 June 12.
British Publications Inc., 4 reminder notices, 1948 November 18 [postmark].
Bulkley, Wynande K., ALS, 1928 November 12.
Burt, Maxwell Struthers, ALS, 1931 March 18.
Byrd, Richard Evelyn, 4 TLS, ____ March 16, 1931 December 11, 1935 December 19, 1936 May 11.
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32.1 Cabell, James Branch, ANS, TLS to Joe and Dorothy Hemphill Hergesheimer, nd, 1950 June 18.
Cabell, James Branch, 2 ALS, 52 TLS, 1918-1951.
Canby, Henry Seidel, TLS, 1941 May 15.
Caralt, Luis de, TLS, 1946 March 2.
Cerf, Bennett Alfred, 3 TLS, 1945 June 27, 1945 July 3, 1946 September 6.
Chambers, Will Grant, 2 TLS, 1926 January 6, 1929 January 26.
Clark, Arthur Hamilton, 4 ALS, 4 TLS, 1918-1919.
Clark, Emily Tapscott, 76 ALS, 2 ALI, 1 AL, 2 AL/inc, 1 AN, 1 APCS, 54 nd, 21 inc d, 1921-1923.
Cohen, Jeane, 12 TLS, 2 Telegrams, 1946-1950.
Collier’s, TLS The Editors, 1905 October 19.
Columbia Broadcasting System, Inc., 2 TLS Leon Levine (Assistant Director of Education), 1941 June 5, 1941 July 15.
Columbia Broadcasting System, Inc., 2 TLS Janice O’Connell (Program clearance), 1951 July 16, 1951 October 18.
Coxe, Cambell Robert, ALS, 1949 October 5.
Crampton, Savington W., ALS, TLS, 1948 August 13, 1949 October 7.
Crowninshield, Francis Welch, 2 TLS, 1921 June 7, 1933 December 29.
Curtis Brown Ltd., 2 TLS L. E. Pollinger (Manager, Department for American Books), 1926 September 3, 1927 August 11.
Curtis Brown Ltd., 2 TLS Jean Watson (Manager, Foreign Department), 1927 August 5, 1928 March 5.
Curtis Brown Ltd., 2 TLS, 1929 November 7, 1931 June 16.
Curtis Brown Limited, 2 TLS Kurt Fiedler, 1931 September 15, 1931 October 30.
Curtis Brown Ltd., 4 TLS Geoffrey E. Halliday, 1931 September 21, 1935 November 1, 1939 August 17, 1941 February 21.
Curtis Brown Ltd., 5 TLS, 1920 October 14, 1921 June 3, 1921 June 7, 1932 September 9, 1945 August 10.
Curtis Brown Ltd., 5 TLS, 1944 September 11, 1944 December 13, 1945 June 13, 1945 August 9, 1945 October 10.
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32.5 Dallet, Morris, ALS to Joseph and Mrs. Dorothy (Hemphill) Hergesheimer, 1950 April 24.
Dalton, Jack, 1 ALS, 2 TLS, 1 ANS (on Christmas card), 2 nd, 1952 September 4, 1952 October 21.
Daniel, Josephus, TLS, 1937 April 5.
Davies, Marjorie Post, ALS, 1950 May 24 [postmark].
Devlin, Denis, ALS, 1945 February 13.
Dickson, Sarah Augusta, TLS, 1947 December 9.
Doubleday and Company, Inc., TLS Laurence H. Reed (Copyright department), 1946 July 23.
DuPont, Alfred Victor, TLS, 1945 April 16.
DuPont, Marcella Miller, 5 ALS, 1 ALI, 2 TLS, 1 Telegram, 2 nd, 4 inc d, 1945-1949.
Dutton (E. P.) & Co., Inc., TLS, 1929 January 17.
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32.6 Easton, Ralph, ALS, 1953 October 15.
Erskine, John, TLS, 1946 October 10.
The Evening Bulletin, TLS James M. Neville, 1948 January 6.
Farrar, John Chipman, 13 TLS, 1946-1951.
Farrell, James Thomas, TLS, 1943 January 22.
Fawcett Publications Incorporated, 3 TLS William C. Lengel (Executive Editor), 1944 May 19, 1944 December 6, 1945 December 5.
Finley, David Edward, 2 ALS, 3 TLS, 1 TLS/inc, 1 nd, 1943-1944.
Fisk, Earl Ellsworth, 5 TLS, 1946 September 10, 1946 October 8, 1946 November 9, 1949 October 3, 1949 November 7.
Fitzgerald, Francis Scott Key, ALS, nd.
Florida University Press, 2 TLS Anthony Harrigan (Editorial Assistant), 1951 September 7, 1951 September 17.
The Fortnightly, TLS Mark MacKean (Literary Editor), 1936 May 25.
Friedman, Philip Allan, TLS, 1953 May 24.
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33.1 Gale, Zona, 7 ALS, 2 TLS, 6 nd, 1923-1924.
Galsworthy, John, 4 ALS, ____ November 9, 1918 June 14, 1919 November 18, 1922 January 29.
Geddes, Norman Bel, TLS, 1935 June 4.
Gibbs, Wolcott, 4 TLS, 1944 December 15, 1945 January 15, 1945 January 31, 1945 November 21.
Gish, Lillian, 3 ALS, 3 TLS, 2 Christmas cards to Joseph and Dorothy (Hemphill) Hergesheimer, 4 nd, 1949-1950.
Gish, Lillian, ALS, TLS, ____ July 16, 1949 April 13.
Godfrey, Marian, 6 ALS, 4 nd, 1948 December 20 [postmark], 1950 July 2 [postmark].
The Golden Book, TLS Wilson Follett, 1925 July 20.
Gray, Jerome Bethel, 1 ALS, 2 TLS, 1946 May 19, 1949 January 10, 1951 February 12.
Grayson, Charles, TLS, 1944 December 5.
Greene, Marc Tiffany, TLS, ____ June 22.
Guaranty Trust Company of New York, TLS C. G. Smith, 1929 October 8.
Guffey, Joseph F., 2 TLS, 1 Telegram, 1942 February 26, 1942 March 5, 1942 March 18.
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33.2 Haas, Alexander Sandor, 2 TLS, 1932 April 27, 1932 April 30.
Hanighen, Bernard David, TLS, 1946 April 30.
Hanighen, Frank Cleary, TLS, 1945 December 24.
Hansen, Harry, TLS, 1946 September 19.
Hare, Thomas Truxtun, ALS, 1952 December 6 [postmarked 1952, letter dated 1954].
Harper and Brothers, TLS M. E. Giles, 1929 March 22.
Harriman, John, TLS, 1948 December 3.
Harriman, Margaret Case, ALS, TLS, 1949 April 25, 1952 April 13.
Hart-Davis, Rupert, 2 ALS, 8 TLS, 1935-1952.
Hart-Davis, Rupert, ALS to Dorothy Hemphill and Joe Hergesheimer, 1950 January 28.
Hartin, John Sykes, TLS, 1951 March 12.
Haserot, Francis Samuel, ALS, 1952 August 3.
Headland, Mrs. Isaac Taylor, TL/copy, re: Java Head, nd.
Heinemann (William), Publisher, 3 TLS William Heinemann, 1919 June 24, 1919 July 7, 1919 August 7.
Heinemann (William), Publisher, TLI Sydney S. Pawling, 1922 May 10.
Heinemann (William), Publisher, 2 TLS Theodore Byard, 1926 August 10, 1928 January 27.
Hemphill, John, 1 ALS, 29 TLS, 1 TccLS, 1929-1952.
Hergesheimer, Luisa, ALS, 1947 October 22, In Hungarian.
Heyward, Du Bosé, TLS, ____ February 9.
Hillyer, Robert Silliman, ALS, TLS, 1944 October 31, 1944 December 18.
Hoover, John Edgar, 2 TLS, 1936 May 19, 1942 March 17.
Horch, Franz J., 2 TLS, 1948 September 14, 1949 March 24.
Horgan, Paul, 2 TLS, 1932 August 30, 1933 September 4.
Houghton-Mifflin Company, 7 TLS, 1929-1932.
Houghton Mifflin Company, FLS Lovell Thompson, 1945 September 11.
Houghton Mifflin Company, TLS Priscilla C. Smith, 1951 September 20.
Howard, Marion Edith, ALS, 1951 November 5 [postmark].
Hurd, Henriette Wyeth, ALS, nd (Friday the third).
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33.3 Ingram, Dora, TLS, 1949 September 20.
Institute for Research in Biography, Inc., FPC, 1948 April 20 [postmark].
James, Will, ALS, 1926 January 27.
Johns, Orrick, ALS, 1925 July 2.
Johnson, Merle DeVore, 2 TLS, 1932 March 30, 1932 April 21.
Kathib, A. L., ALS, 1945 February 25.
Kelley, Leon, TLS, 1930 October 10.
Kellner, Dora Sophie, 3 TLS, 1930 July 21, 1931 March 11, 1931 August 15.
Kemler, Edgar, 6 TLS, 1947-1949.
Kiefer, Christian, 1 ALS, 2 TLS, 1947 February 26, 1948 February 22, 1948 February 27.
Kisker, George W., TLS, 1952 November 29.
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33.4 Knopf, Alfred A., 5 ALS, 123 TLS, 6 nd, 1917-1951.
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33.5 Knopf, Alfred A., TLS, 1942 September 8.
Knopf, Alfred A., Incorporated, 20 TLS, 1 TccLS, 1 TNI, 2 Bills, 1923-1951.
Knopf, Blanche Wolf, 8 TLS, 1944-1950.
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33.6 Lane, Janet, 1947 October 19.
Lasky, Jessie L., Productions, Inc., 2 TLS, 1946 January 2, 1946 February 11.
Lathrop, Dorothy Pulis, TLS, 1918 October 27.
Leighton, Constance May, TLS, 1952 August 1.
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33.7 Lewis, Sinclair, 11 ALS, 14 TLS, 4 TL, 10 nd, 17 inc d, 1919-1930.
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33.6 Liberty, TLS Hiddall V. Bradbury, 1935 June 13.
Lohrfinck, Rosalind C., 10 TLS Hergesheimer re H. L. Mencken affairs and health, 1949-1950.
Lowdermilk (W. H.) & Company, 2 TLS Parke P. Jones, 1949 June 25, 1950 June 14.
Lyon, John H. H., TLS, 1938 December 16.
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33.8 MacBride, Burt, TLS, 1943 January 10.
McCall’s Magazine, TL/agreement/copy, nd.
McCoy, Ann Wyeth, 4 ALS, ____ November 27, ____ November 29, 1948 May 29 [postmark], 1951 February 12 [postmark].
Macfall, Haldane, ALS, 1928 February 21.
Magill, Frank Northen, TLS, 1950 May 31.
Manchester, William Raymond, TLS, 1949 April 11.
Marcuse, William D., TLS, 1925 March 24.
Mary Pritchett-Barbara Brandt, 10 TLS, 1 TPCS, 1945-1952.
Masefield, John, 2 ALS, nd, 1921 November 9.
Matsumoto, Minoru, TLS, 1928 March 7.
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34.1-4, 35.1 Mencken, Henry Louis, 11 ALS, 387 TLS, 2 ANS, 2 APCS, 5 nd, 17 inc d, 1914-1949.
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33.8 Mendell, Clarence Whittlesey, TLS, 1939 November 24.
Mitchell Kennerley, Publisher, 6 TLS, 1913-1915.
Mitrington, Sidney, ALS to Dorothy Hemphill and Joseph Hergesheimer, 1947 December.
Mitrington, Sidney, ALS, 1951 September 15.
Morley, Christopher Darlington, 5 ALS, 1 ALI, 2 TLS, 1 nd, 4 inc d, 1916-1919.
Morley, Christopher Darlington, ALI, ____ August 26.
Morrow (William) & Company, Inc., TLS Henriette Trilling, 1944 May 1.
Muray, Peggy, TLS to Dorothy Hemphill and Joseph Hergesheimer, nd (Sunday).
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35.2 Nathan, George Jean, ALS, 1951 January 18.
The National Cyclopedia of American Biography, TLS (F. W. Wilson, assistant to the editor), 1926 June 7.
National Gallery of Art, TLS Katrina Van Hook (Associate Curator), 1943 November 12.
National Gallery of Art, TLS Angela Roberts, 1951 November 1.
New York Herald Tribune Book Review, TLS Isabel Paterson, nd.
The New York World, TLS Paul Palmer (Sunday Editor), 1929 September 17.
Niles, Blair Rice, ALS, 1946 December 31.
North, Sterling, TLS, 1949 November 8.
Northwestern University, The Graduate School, FLS Moody E. Prior (Dean), 1952 July 14.
Oklahoma University Press, TLS L. J. Carrel (Sales Manager), 1944 May 3.
Oxford University Press, TLS Sara Henderson Hay, 1944 May 1.
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35.3 Parsons, Charles, ALS, 1946 June 8.
Paxson, Frederic Logan, ALS, TLS, 1923 May 19, 1929 May 25.
Pearl, Raymond, ALS, nd.
Penguin Books, Inc.., 2 TLS Donald Demarest (Assistant Editor), 1946 October 9, 1946 October 25.
Pennsylvania University Library, 2 TLS Arthur T. Hamlin (Assistant Librarian), 1947 August 15, 1949 July 7.
Pennsylvania University Library, TL Alphonse F. Trezza (Head of Circulation Department), 1950 August 9.
Pennsylvania University Library, TLS Neda Westlake (Assistant to the Curator Rare Book Collection), 1952 July 15.
Penrose, Boies, ALS, 1948 December 13.
Phelps, William Lyon, 1 ALS, 2 TLS, 1919 April 4, 1921 January 5, 1921 January 9.
Pierson, George Wilson, 2 TLS, 1943 June 1, 1943 July 15.
Pinckney, Josephine, ALS, ____ December 23.
Piper, Henry Dan, TLS, ____ September 6.
Potter, Nancy A., TLS, 1953 September 26 [postmark].
Priestley, John Boynton, TLS, 1926 October 4.
The Princeton University Library Chronicle, TLS Lawrence Thompson (Editor), 1941 November 12.
Princeton University, The Library, 3 TLS, 1943 August 30, 1951 May 7, 1951 May 17.
Pruhn, Otto, APCS, nd.
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35.4 The Reader Magazine, TLS The Editors, 1905 April 22.
The Reader’s Digest, 1 ALS, 5 TLS, 1 Telegram Henry Morton Robinson (Roving Editor), 1946.
Richards, Grant, ALS, 1947 August 16.
Rinehart & Company, Incorporated, TLS Frederick R. Rinehart, 1951 February 19.
Robb, David Matheny, 9 TLS, 1 nd, 1948-1952.
Roberts, Rod, 2 ALS, ____ January 29, 1948 July 5.
Rodinnà Knihovna, TLS Hennig Franzen, 1928 May 25.
Roehrs, Walter E., Jr., TLS, 1953 August 27.
Rogers, Mary, TPC, 1948 November 8 [postmark].
Romane Der Welt, TLS, 1927 July 11.
Roosevelt, Theodore Jr., TLS, 1932 April 2.
Rush, Benjamin, Jr., ALS, 1951 February 6.
Rush, Muriel, 9 ALS, 9 nd, 1951 January-September [postmark].
The Russian Intellectual Professional Workers’ Union, TLS A. Zagorsky (President), 1929 September 12.
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35.5 The Sabbath Glee Club, TLS Robert A. Crump, 1926 January 14.
Samuel Goldwyn, TLS James A. Mulvey, 1923 November 30.
The Saturday Evening Post, TLS The Editors, 1914 November 19.
The Saturday Evening Post, TccFL, 1915 March 30.
The Saturday Evening Post, TLS Churchill Williams, 1918 April 16.
Schwab, Arnold T., TLS, 1950 June 8.
Scribner’s Magazine, TLS Robert Bridges, 1926 October 29.
Sell, Henry Blackman, 2 ALS, 1951 April 16, 1951 May 6.
Sheppard, Donald D’Arcy, TLS, 1948 February 17.
Shields, Marjorie, ALS to Dorothy Hemphill and Joseph Hergesheimer, ____ October 29.
Shillitoe, Bertram, 2 ALS, 1928 April 27, 1928 July 25.
The Society of Authors, TLS L. A. G. Strong, 1944 November 30.
Spackman, Frances, ALS, ____ May 28.
Squire, Sir John Collings, ALS, FLS, 1922 May 23, 1928 May 8.
Steuben Society of America, TLS Charles J. Wolfman (Secretary), 1927 November 23.
Stokes, Betty, TLS, 1951 November 18.
Stradley, Leighton Paxton, 2 TLS, 1950 June 15, 1950 September 13.
Sturges, Preston, 2 ALS, 8 TLS, 1944-1949.
Sturges, Preston, TLS Caroline Wedderburn (Secretary), 1945 November 12.
Swarts and Tannenbaum, TLS Louis E. Swarts, 1944 November 30.
Swinnerton, Frank Arthur, 3 ALS, 1923 December 8, 1934 April 14, 1934 April 18.
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35.6 Tarkington, Booth, TLS, 1920 September 6.
Tasker, John Dana, 1 ALS, 8 TLS, 2 nd, 1946-1952.
Tasker, John Dana, APCS to Dorothy Hemphill and Joseph Hergesheimer, 1950 June 30.
Tasker, Melly, ALS, ANS, 1948 November 8, 1950 February 17 [postmark].
Tasker, Melly, APCS to Dorothy Hemphill and Joseph Hergesheimer, 1951 July 23 [postmark].
Tebbel, John William, ALS, TLS, 1947 January 21, 1948 May 31.
Thornton, Willis, TLS, 1947 December 5.
Time, TLS Estelle Dembeck (Secretary), 1950 July 6.
Times-Union (Albany), TLS C. R. Roseberry, 1950 July 3.
Tolford, Frank J., TLS, 1949 May 13.
Town and Country, TLS Thomas Brailsford Felder (Managing Editor), 1951 February 5.
Tully, Jim, TLS, 1940 June 30.
Twohey, Marjorie Snively, TLS, 1952 October 6.
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35.7 U.S.A., TLS Norman Cousins (Chief), 1944 January 14.
U.S. Department of State, TLS Sally Nash (Radio Program Branch), 1946 July 26.
U. S. Foreign Information Service, Coordinator of Information, TLS, Telegram Irving Pflaum (News Division), 1942 March 6, 1942 March 10.
U.S. Library of Congress, TLS David C. Mearns (Director, Reference Department), 1948 March 8.
U.S. Office for Emergency Management, Coordinator for Inter-American Affairs, TLS Jean L. Hopkins (Press Division), 1944 October 24.
U.S. War Department Services of Supply, TLS Brehon Somervell (Commanding), 1942 July 22.
Van Doren, Carl Clinton, TLS, 1934 March 6.
Van Horne, R. B., TLS, 1925 June 20.
Van Loon, Hendrik Willem, ALS, 1938 February 8 [postmark].
Van Vechten, Carl, 3 TLS, nd, ____ July 3, 1947 September 2.
Viereck, George Sylvester, TLS, 1928 September 4.
Virginia University, Alderman Library, TLS Louise Savage (Acquisitions Librarian), 1952 September 19.
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35.8 WFIL, TLS Roddy Rogers (Producer), 1950 July 20.
Walpole, Sir Hugh, 5 ALS, 1 Christmas card to Dorothy Hemphill and Joseph Hergesheimer, 1919-1926.
Walpole, Sir Hugh, 39 ALS, 1 nd, 1919-1936.
Watkins, Ann, 4 TLS, 1944 April 12, 1944 May 11, 1944 May 17, 1944 June 14.
West, Rebecca (pseud.), 1941 April 17.
Wilck, Laura D., 6 TLS, 1948-1949.
Wiley, Hugh, 3 ALS "Wildcat" to Joseph and Dorothy Hemphill Hergesheimer, ____ April 20, 1922 June 1, 1924 January 22.
Wiley, Hugh, 1 ALS, 2 TLS "Wildcat," 1922 October 28, 1923 February 17, 1923 October 29.
Willis and Inglis, TLS, 1919 July 16.
Wyeth, Andrew, 1947 December 9, 1951 June 1 [postmark].
Wyeth, Betsy James, ALS to Dorothy Hemphill and Joseph Hergesheimer, 1949 May 31.
Wyeth, Betsy James, ALS, 1953 January 6.
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35.9 Yale University Library, TLS Donald C. Gallup (Curator), 1950 February 28.
Young, Francis Brett and Jessie, ALS to Joseph and Dorothy Hemphill Hergesheimer, 1928 October 8.
Young, Francis Brett, TLS, 1928 December 27.



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36.1 [Unidentified author], ALS "Edna" to [unidentified recipient] "Mother," nd.
[Unidentified author], TccL to Kennerley, Mitchell re Hergesheimer works, 1916 November 25.
[Unidentified author], APCI L. J. H. to Jessup, Louise, 1951 September 19 [postmark].
[Unidentified author], Los Nañigos: Their origin and progress A, Tms with A emendations [33pp], nd.
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36.2 Albatross Verlag, Memorandum of agreement with Joseph Hergesheimer re The fools cap rose, Printed DS [2pp], 1934 December 18.
Albatross Verlag, Memorandum of agreement with Joseph Hergesheimer re The limestone tree, TccDS [2pp], 1931 November 3.
Alderdorf, Everett Gordon, Joseph Hergesheimer, West Chester novelist, Tccms with A revisions [7pp], nd.
The Bailey, Banks & Biddle Co., TLI To Hemphill, Mary Sharpe, 1907 October 9.
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* Banzhof, Albert H. T., 11 TLS to Hemphill, John M., 1920-1922, re Java Head. [*Missing 4/2012]
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36.2 Barthelmess, Richard, TLS to Roberts, Mr. F. W. re Covarrubias drawing of Joseph Hergesheimer, 1962 May 7.
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* Bec, Maurice, ALS to Hergesheimer, Joseph, 1928 October 24. [*Missing 4/2012]
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36.2 Berger, Milton, ALS to Knopf (Alfred A.) Inc., 1952 July 17.
Brandt and Brandt, TLS Bernice Baumgarten to Hemphill, John, 1946 April 24.
Brandt and Brandt Dramatic Department, TLS Janet Cohn to Hergesheimer, Dorothy Hemphill, 1945 July 17.
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* Bridges, Robert Seymour, TLS to Hergesheimer, Joseph, 1926 October 29. [*Missing 1/1974]
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36.2 Cabell, James Branch, TccL to Glazer, ____, 1919 April 30.
Cabell, James Branch, 3 TLS to Hergesheimer, Dorothy Hemphill, 1924 July 6, 1929 December 8, 1954 June 29.
Cairns, Huntington, TNI to unidentified recipient, nd.
Carter, Caroline, ALS to Hergesheimer, Dorothy, nd.
Cigar Institute of America, TL/copy to Brandt, Carl, nd.
Cigar Institute of America, TL/copy to Geffen, Maxwell M., 1942 March 25.
Conrad, Joseph, TL/copy, TccL/copy to Knopf, Alfred A., 1920 August 6.
Dalton, Jack, 2 TLS to Hergesheimer, Dorothy Hemphill, 1954 May 3, 1954 June 2.
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* Daniels, Josephus, TLS, 1937 April 5. [*Missing 4/2012]
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36.2 D’Usseau, Arnaud, Natchez; adapted from the short story by Joseph Hergesheimer, Tccms [38pp], 1939 June 6.
D’Usseau, Arnaud, Natchez; adapted from the short story by Joseph Hergesheimer, Tms [52pp], 1939 June 17.
D’Usseau, Arnaud, TccL to United Artists Studio re Natchez, 1939 April 28.
Elkin Mathews and Marrot, Ltd., TLS (J. F. Mitchell, director), to Hart, Judith, 1930 January 21.
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36.3 Felton, William S., Political parties in America, TMS [20pp], nd.
Forgue, Guy J., TLS to Jessup, Louise, 1960 January 7.
Gish, Lillian, ALS, TLS, APCS to Hergesheimer, Dorothy Hemphill, 1950 March 27, 1955 February 17 [postmark], 1955 August 13 [postmark].
Glassup Steamship Agency, Bill for first class accommodation to and from Europe, made out to Hergesheimer, Joseph, 1932 August 25.
Harriman, Margaret (Case), ALS to Hergesheimer, Dorothy Hemphill, 1949 January 1.
Hemphill, Dallett, 5 TLS/xerox to Texas University, Humanities Research Center re Hergesheimer materials, 1969 August 4, 1970 September 21, 1970 September 29, 1970 November 4, 1970 November 13.
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36.4 Hemphill, John M., TccLS to Andriessen, Edna D., 1943 May 26.
Hemphill, John M., TccLS [2 copies], to Barker, Henry S., 1946 August 13.
Hemphill, John M., 3 TccLS, 1 TccL to Brandt & Brandt, directed to Bernice Baumgarten, 1946 April 25, 1946 June 10, 1947 July 12, 1947 August 11.
Hemphill, John M., 2 TccLS [2 copies of one] to Caralt, Luis de, 1946 May 2, 1946 June 10.
Hemphill, John M., 3 TccL, 1 telegram [copy] to Columbia Broadcasting System, Inc., directed to Janice O’Connell, 1951 April 19, 1951 April 26, 1951 May 21, 1951 May 29.
Hemphill, John M., TccLS to Consolidated Book Publishers, directed to Marjorie Barrows, 1946 August 19.
Hemphill, John M., 6 TccLS, 1 TccL to Curtis Brown, Ltd., 1946-1947.
Hemphill, John M., TccLS to Diller & Fisher, 1943 May 26.
Hemphill, John M., TccLS to Drinkwater, Alpheus, 1947 September 16.
Hemphill, John Mickle, TLS to Hemphill, Mary Sharpe, 1920 November 27.
Hemphill, John, 3 TLS to Hergesheimer, Dorothy Hemphill, 1944 May 22, 1945 July 5, 1946 September 16.
Hemphill, John M., 2 TccLS to Horch, Franz J., 1946 October 21, 1946 December 3.
Hemphill, John M., TccLS to International Counseling, Inc., directed to Arthur S. Cooper, 1947 August 11.
Hemphill, John M., TccLS to Johnson, Lucille, 1946 July 8.
Hemphill, John M., 2 TccLS to Joseph, Rudolph, 1946 January 29, 1947 May 12.
Hemphill, John M., 4 TccLS, 1 TccL to Knopf, Alfred A., Inc., 1945 November 26, 1945 December 17, 1946 January 29, 1947 June 2, 1951 July 3.
Hemphill, John M., TccLS to MacDonald, George, 1947 June 2.
Hemphill, John M., TccL to Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer, directed to Olin H. Clark, 1951 January 22.
Hemphill, John M., TccL to Music Corporation of America, directed to Robert Ohle, 1951 April 19.
Hemphill, John M., TccLS to O’Hara, Geoffrey, 1947 November 24.
Hemphill, John, TccLS Pennsylvania University, General Alumni Society directed to Horace Mather Lippincott, 1947 July 12.
Hemphill, John, A memo I to Stokes, ____, 1951 April 19.
Hemphill, John, 2 TccL to Swarts, Louis E., 1949 October 17, 1951 May 29.
Hemphill, John, TccLS to Wagenknecht, Edward, 1947 August 11.
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36.3 Hemphill, Mary Sharpe, ALS to Hergesheimer, Dorothy Hemphill, 1907 November 15.
Hemphill, Mary Sharpe, Invitation to Hergesheimer-Hemphill wedding breakfast, Engraved FN [1p], 1907.
Hergesheimer, Dorothy Hemphill, ANI to [unidentified aunt], nd.
Hergesheimer, Dorothy Hemphill, ALS to Hemphill, John Mickle, 1917 April 27 [postmark].
Hergesheimer, Dorothy Hemphill, 2 ALS, 1 APCS, 1 Christmas card to Louise Jessup, nd, 1935 September 9 [postmark], 1946 May 23 [postmark], 1948 January 2 [postmark].
Hergesheimer, Dorothy Hemphill, 4 ALS, 1 APCS, 1 APCI to Jessup, Louise, 6 nd, 1942-1960.
Hergesheimer, Dorothy, ALS to Roberts, Francis Warren, nd.
Hergesheimer, Dorothy Hemphill, TccL Secretary to Stark, Verena, 1955 January 8.
Hergesheimer, Helen Janet, ALS to Hemphill, Rebecca, 1907 May 15 [postmark].
Hergesheimer, Helen Janet, ALS to Hergesheimer, Dorothy Hemphill, 1907 May 15 [postmark].
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36.5 Hergesheimer, Joseph, [unidentified notes: Havana, Berlin, Budapest], AMS with A emendations in one quarto notebook [24pp], nd.
Hergesheimer, Joseph, Address book, Ams written in notebook [164pp], nd.
Hergesheimer, Joseph, Application for Y.M.C.A. membership, Printed form [1p], 1909.
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36.6 Hergesheimer, Joseph, The foolscap rose: [notes], Ams/notes in 20 quarto notebooks [3 (7pp.), 8 pp., 4 (11pp), 4 (10pp), 18pp, 5pp, 4 (17pp), 2 (12pp)]., nd.
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37.1 Hergesheimer, Joseph, [Java head: Abstracts from books], A, T/notes [18pp], nd.
Hergesheimer, Joseph, [Java head: Maps], A/maps copies [2 sheets], nd, 1951.
Hergesheimer, Joseph, Java head: [Notes for corrections], Tms [25pp], nd.
Hergesheimer, Joseph, [Java Head] notes on China, Composite A and Tms with A drawings [107pp], nd.
Hergesheimer, Joseph, [Java Head]: Notes on Salem, A, Tms with A drawings [80pp], nd.
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37.2 Hergesheimer, Joseph, The magnetic West: Notes, Ams/notes with few Tms sheets [15 notebooks], nd.
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37.3 Hergesheimer, Joseph, Marriage certificate, Printed DS with A entries [1p], 1907 November 14.
Hergesheimer, Joseph, Membership cards.
Hergesheimer, Joseph, Notes about Mexico, Tms/notes [42pp], nd.
Hergesheimer, Joseph, Notes and addresses, Ams/notes [4pp], nd.
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39.2, osf 1 Hergesheimer, Joseph, Passports, 4 DS, 1907-1940.
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37.4 Hergesheimer, Joseph, A relation of Chester County: [Notes], A, Tms [189pp], 1943.
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37.5, 38.1 Hergesheimer, Joseph, Sheridan: Three military pictures: Notes, Ams/notes [31 notebooks], nd.
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38.2 Hergesheimer, Joseph, The three black Pennys: [Notes], Tms with A and printed maps [101pp], nd.
Hergesheimer, Joseph, [Washington D. C. stories: list of U. S. presidents and characters], Tms [3pp], nd.
Hergesheimer, Joseph, [Washington D. C. stories: notes], Ams written in notebook [22pp], Tccms with A corrections [16pp], 1936 April 25.
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36.3 Hergesheimer, Joseph, Don Pedro: an Irish setter, Ams [21pp], nd.
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* Heyward, DuBose, TLS to Hergesheimer, Joseph, ____ February 9. [*Missing 3/2005]
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36.3 Horch, Franz J., TLS to Hemphill, John, 1947 July 22.
Horch, Franz J., TLS to Hergesheimer, Dorothy Hemphill, 1947 December 4.
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38.3 James, Arthur E., TLS to Jessup, Louise, 1959 December 12.
Jessup, Louisa, TLS to Hergesheimer, Dorothy Hemphill, nd.
Jessup, Louise, TccL to Hergesheimer, Dorothy Hemphill, nd.
Knopf, Alfred A., Incorporated, 3 TLS Alfred A. Knopf to Hemphill, John, 1944 October 24, 1945 June 18, 1951 June 28.
Knopf, Alfred A., TLS to Hergesheimer, Dorothy Hemphill, 1943 October 22.
Knopf, Blanche Wolf, TLS to Hemphill, John, 1944 December 4.
Leland Heyward, Inc., TLS Paul Streger to Hemphill, John, 1944 December 4.
Lohrfinch, Rosalind C., 26 TLS to Hergesheimer, Mrs. [Dorothy Hemphill] re Mencken affairs, 1949-195.
Lohrfinch, Rosalind C., 2 TLS to Cooper, Foster re Mencken affairs and health, 1954 October 21, 1954 December 1.
Long, John, TL/copy to Hilder, Thompson & Dunn, 1905 November 15.
McCall’s Magazine, TL/agreement/copy to Hergesheimer, Joseph, nd.
Mann, Thomas, TccL/copy to Chisholm, Hugh, 1948 December 12.
Mencken, Henry Louis, [Open letter] to "Heinrich V. Mencken," Tms [1p], c. 1917.
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38.4-5, 39.1 Mencken, Henry Louis, 23 ALS, 160 TLS, 3 ANS, 1 TNS, 1 APCS to Hergesheimer, Dorothy Hemphill, 1 nd, 1922-1954.
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38.3 Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer, TLS Olin H. Clark (Eastern Story Editor) to Hemphill, John, 1948 July 2.
Mirkil, Hazleton, Open letter, 1915 July 7.
Mitchell Kennerley, Publisher, TL/copy Mitchell Kennerley to Knopf, Alfred A., 1915 May 21.
Mitchell Kennerley, Publisher, TLS A. Davidson to Knopf, Alfred A., 1917 July 3.
Morley, Christopher Darlington, TLS to The Membership Committee, The Franklin Inn, 1919 July 2.
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39.2 Nevins, Allan, TL/copy to Knopf, Alfred A., 1929 April 20.
The Philobiblion Club, Philadelphia [Announcement of meeting], Printed form [1p], 1942.
Pritchett, Mary Leonard, 2 TLS to Hemphill, John, 1945 April 12, 1945 May 16.
Rush, Benjamin II, Ditto copy of letter "Benny" to Rush, Benjamin Jr., "Pop," 1945 January 10.
Schwartz, J., ANS to "Hergesheimer Collection," nd.
Swarts and Tannenbaum, 2 TLS to Louis E. Swarts to Hemphill, John, 1944 March 15, 1944 August 23.
Texas University, Humanities Research Center, 7 TL/xerox to Hemphill, Dallett re Hergesheimer materials, 1969-1970.
U. S. Dept of State, TLS Sally Nash (Legal Department), 1946 July 11.
U. S. Dept of State, TLS Sally Nash (Legal Department) to Knopf, Alfred A., Incorporated to Dorothy L. Shereff, 1946 May 29.
Walpole, Sir Hugh, 7 ALS, 1 APCS to Hergesheimer, Dorothy Hemphill, 1 nd, 1923-1930.
Who’s Who, Hergesheimer, Joseph, Proof.
Wyeth, Andrew, 2 ALS to Hergesheimer, Dorothy Hemphill, 1954 November 26, 1955 April 24.
Yale University Press, TLS Wilson Follett to McLeary, Louise W., 1924 June 16.



Previously Uncataloged (G8955):

Unidentified
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40.1 An act for the relief of Joseph Hergesheimer, unidentified Tms, 1p, 1825. No. 910830.
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osb 47.1 Unidentified author, "Speaking of Pictures," 1 page of photographs from the Saturday Evening Post, including of photo of Joseph Hergesheimer, nd.
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osb 47.2 Unidentified authors, 64 xerox copies of articles on Joseph Hergesheimer pasted on 21 flattened folders, from files of Chester County Historical Society, West Chester, Pennsylvania, includes a list of the most common newspaper abbreviations, 1907-1959, 1969, nd.
Assignments of Copyright
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40.2 Hergesheimer, Joseph, "47 Pretty Girls,""A School for Acting,""Parent to a Star,""The Extra Consideration,""The Supercherub,""And Now the Story,""Albany,""Natchez,""Washington,""Lexington,""Charleston,""New Orleans,""Boston,""Quiet Cities,""Pittsburgh,""Philadelphia," and "Coral," submitted for copyright by The Curtis Publishing Company 7 January 1928, received by the Copyright Office of the United States 11 April 1928.
Hergesheimer, Joseph, "An Aiken Paper,""Another Aiken Paper," submitted for copyright by Vanity Fair Publishing Company, Inc., 12 January 1922, received by the Copyright Office of the United States 28 January 1922.
Hergesheimer, Joseph, "The Air is Not Thin,""Love in the United States,""The Golden Littoral," and "The Marble Lily," submitted for copyright by The Curtis Publishing Company 11 December 1930, received by the Copyright Office of the United States 18 December 1930.
Hergesheimer, Joseph, "Art," submitted for copyright by The American Mercury on 12 November 1926, received by the Copyright Office of the United States 11 December 1926.
Hergesheimer, Joseph, "Balisand,""Mahogany," submitted for copyright by The Curtis Publishing Company 19 January 1925, received by the Copyright Office of the United States 9 September 1926.
Hergesheimer, Joseph, "Beauty in Women,""What Men Think of Women," submitted for copyright by the McCall Company 20 April 1923, received by the Copyright Office of the United States 11 May 1923.
Hergesheimer, Joseph, "The Black Key,""The Meeker Ritual," and "Read ‘Em and Weep," submitted for copyright by The Century Co. 15 September 1920, received by the Copyright Office of the United States 15 October 1920.
Hergesheimer, Joseph, "Blue Water Notes,""Some Voracious Paragraphs," submitted for copyright by George H. Doran Company 20 September 1920, received by the Copyright Office of the United States 15 October 1920.
Hergesheimer, Joseph, "The Book of the Month,""The Return of Reading," submitted for copyright by the George H. Doran Company 20 April 1923, received by the Copyright Office of the United States 11 May 1923.
Hergesheimer, Joseph, "The Bright Shawl," submitted for copyright by Consolidated Magazines Corporation 26 August 1922, received for copyright by the Copyright Office of the United States 29 August 1922.
Hergesheimer, Joseph, "Can You Be Married and Free?,""A Woman I Would Like to Marry," submitted for copyright by Pictorial Review 14 January 1927, received by the Copyright Office of the United States 27 January 1927.
Hergesheimer, Joseph, "Casanova Passes," submitted for copyright by The Nation 27 January 1921, received by the Copyright Office of the United States 28 January 1922.
Hergesheimer, Joseph, "Chambelona #1,""Chambelona #2," submitted for copyright by The Curtis Publishing Company 15 January 1936, received by the Copyright Office of the United States 28 March 1936.
Hergesheimer, Joseph, "Changu," submitted for copyright by the Philadelphia Press Publishing Company 20 April 1923, received by the Copyright Office of the United States 11 May 1923.
Hergesheimer, Joseph, "The City of Pleasure-Five Impressions,""In strings and cylinders,""Imaginary Interludes,""Five Profiles," submitted for copyright by Lewis, Wolff, Gourley, & Hemphill 14 February 1941, received by the Copyright Office of the United States 15 February 1941.
Hergesheimer, Joseph, "Charlotte Russe,""The Little Kanaka," submitted for copyright by The Reviewer 10 January 1922, received by the Copyright Office of the United States 28 January 1922.
Hergesheimer, Joseph, "China,""Glass,""Maple,""Oak,""Silver,""Walnut,""Pewter," submitted for copyright by the Curtis Publishing Company 16 July 1924, received by the Copyright Office of the United States 14 August 1924.
Hergesheimer, Joseph, "Coral,""Sweet Sounds in the Air,""Of Ultimate Antiques," submitted for copyright by The Curtis Publishing Company 7 March 1929, received by the Copyright Office of the United States 20 March 1929.
Hergesheimer, Joseph, "A Creator of New Fiction Types," submitted for by Funk & Wagnalis Company 21 April 1923, received by the Copyright Office of the United States 11 May 1923.
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40.3 Hergesheimer, Joseph, "The Dark City,""Primitive Rhythm," submitted for copyright by the International Magazine Company, Inc., 20 April 1934, received by the Copyright Office of the United States 1 May 1934.
Hergesheimer, Joseph, "A Dedicatory Note for ‘Linda Condon," submitted for copyright by The Ridgway Company 21 May 1923, received by the Copyright Office of the United States 22 June 1923.
Hergesheimer, Joseph, "Demeter,""The Land at Dusk,""White Armor,""The Great Wall," submitted for copyright by The Curtis Publishing Company 8 January 1937, received by the Copyright Office of the United States 2 February 1937.
Hergesheimer, Joseph, "Does a Moment of Revolt Come to Every Married Man,""Lorinda,""The Dressmaking Novelist," submitted for coyright by McCall’s Publishing Company 14 February 1925, received by the Copyright Office of the United States 11 March 1925.
Hergesheimer, Joseph, "The Dove’s Business," submitted for copyright by International Magazine Company, Inc., 17 April 1935, received by the Copyright Office of the United States 3 May 1935.
Hergesheimer, Joseph, "Eight Novels,""Note Books on Charm," submitted for copyright by the Vanity Fair Publishing Company, Inc., 20 April 1923, received by the Copyright Office of the United States 11 May 1923.
Hergesheimer, Joseph, "Ever So Long Ago," submitted for copyright by Red Book Magazine 18 September 1920, received by the Copyright Office of the United States 15 October 1920.
Hergesheimer, Joseph, "The Feminine Nusiance and American Literature," submitted for copyright by the Yale Publishing Association, Inc., 27 December 1921, received by the Copyright Office of the United States 28 January 1922.
Hergesheimer, Joseph, "From an Old House," submitted for copyright by The Curtis Publishing Company 19 March 1926, received by the Copyright Office of the United States 9 September 1926.
Hergesheimer, Joseph, "Gammon,""The Big Shot (Parts I and II),""Fine Apparel,""Genesis of a General,""Soirees de Palm Beach (Nos. I, II, III, IV),""Metropolitan Passage – Berlin I," and "Metropolitan Passage – Munich," submitted for copyright by The Curtis Publishing Company 26 May 1932, received by the Copyright Office of the United States 4 June 1932.
Hergesheimer, Joseph, "Good-by Europe,""The Hybrid Budding,""Family Group,""Contemporary American,""The Foolscap Rose: the Hired Girl,""The Foolscap Rose – the Journeyman,""The Foolscap Rose: The Master," submitted for copyright by the Curtis Publishing Company 15 March 1934, received by the Copyright Office of the United States 13 April 1934.
Hergesheimer, Joseph, "Heartsease," submitted for copyright by McCall Corporation 4 January 1938, received by the Copyright Office of the United States 2 March 1938.
Hergesheimer, Joseph, "High Speed," submitted for copyright by Consolidated Magazines Corporation 21 April 1923, received by the Copyright Office of the United States 11 May 1923.
Hergesheimer, Joseph, "Honor’s No Kin to Glory," submitted for copyright by the Crowell-Collier Publishing Company 22 January 1941, received by the Copyright Office of the United States 15 February 1941.
Hergesheimer, Joseph, "Infamy and Deception in Venice," submitted for copyright by Vanity Fair 23 July 1924, received by the Copyright Office of the United States 14 August 1924.
Hergesheimer, Joseph, "Is Honesty Possible in Marriage," submitted for copyright by Pictorial Review Company 2 June 1932, received by the Copyright Office of the United States 25 June 1932.
Hergesheimer, Joseph, "Isabel Mays,""Alice Carpenter,""Ann Fascitt,""Merry Dale,""Lorinda," submitted for copyright by McCall Company 2 June 1926, received by the Copyright Office of the United States 9 September 1926.
Hergesheimer, Joseph, "Introduction: Waltz: Coda," submitted for copyright by The Curtis Publishing Company 4 January 1938, received by the Copyright Office of the United States 2 March 1938.
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40.4 Hergesheimer, Joseph, "James Branch Cabell," submitted for copyright by The American Mercury 9 January 1928, received by the Copyright Office of the United States 11 April 1928.
Hergesheimer, Joseph, "Jurgen,""John Bojer,""Arrow of Gold" [papers on], submitted for copyright by the Sun Printing and Publishing Association 18 October 1920, received by the Copyright Office of the United States 25 October 1920.
Hergesheimer, Joseph, "The Lamentable Trade of Letters," submitted for copyright by The American Mercury 20 September 1932, received by the Copyright Office of the United States 6 December 1932.
Hergesheimer, Joseph, "Lillian Gish," submitted for copyright by The American Mercury 14 July 1924, received by the Copyright Office of the United States 9 September 1926.
Hergesheimer, Joseph, "Linda Condon," submitted for copyright by The Ridgway Company 29 March 1922, received by the Copyright Office of the United States 1 April 1922.
Hergesheimer, Joseph, "Love Can Happen," submitted for copyright by the International Magazine Company, Inc. 15 January 1937, received by the Copyright Office of the United States 2 February 1937.
Hergesheimer, Joseph, "Metropolitan Passage – Egern,""Metropolitan Passage – Vienna,""Metropolitan Passage – Budapest,""Metropolitan Passage – Berlin II," submitted for copyright by the Curtis Publishing Company 24 January 1933, received by the Copyright Office of the United States 25 February 1933.
Hergesheimer, Joseph, "The Middle West," submitted for copyright by McNaught’s Monthly 17 January 1924, received by the Copyright Office of the United States 19 September 1926.
Hergesheimer, Joseph, "Miss Conifee," submitted for copyright by The United Feature Syndicate 20 October 1923, received by the Copyright Office of the United States 14 August 1924.
Hergesheimer, Joseph, "Note Books on Charm," submitted for copyright by Conde Nast Publications, Inc., 3 March 1925, received by the Copyright Office of the United States, 11 March 1925 (2 copies, one with 1926 dates).
Hergesheimer, Joseph, "A Note on John Partins,""Tintypes I,""Tintypes II,""Tintypes III," submitted for copyright by The Reviewer 5 May 1923, received by the Copyright Office of the United States 11 May 1923.
Hergesheimer, Joseph, "Personal Liberty," submitted for copyright by Hearst Magazines Inc., 15 January 1937, received by the Copyright Office of the United States 2 February 1937.
Hergesheimer, Joseph, "The Philadelphia Cabinetmaker’s Assistant," submitted for copyright by The Saturday Review of Literature 19 February 1936, received by the Copyright Office of the United States 28 March 1936.
Hergesheimer, Joseph, "Philadelphia Faithful to the Crown," submitted by Vanity Fair 7 March 1933, received by the Copyright Office of the United States 23 March 1933.
Hergesheimer, Joseph, "The Profession of Novelist," submitted for copyright by The Republic Publishing Company, Inc., 24 May 1923, received by the Copyright Office of the United States 22 June 1923.
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40.5 Hergesheimer, Joseph, "The Roaring Forties," submitted for copyright by The Dial Publishing Company 21 September 1920, received by the Copyright Office of the United States 15 October 1920.
Hergesheimer, Joseph, "The Rose of Lima," submitted for copyright by Macfadden Publications, Inc., 1920, received by the Copyright Office of the United States 29 October 1920.
Hergesheimer, Joseph, "The Scarcely Evergreen Bays," submitted for copyright by Conde Nast Publications, Inc., 15 January 1935, received by the Copyright Office of the United States 23 January 1935.
Hergesheimer, Joseph, "Shapes in the Light (3 articles),""Captive Pass,""Beyond,""The Cream of Hearts,""Replicas for Reality,""Fine Metal,""The Cygnet Packet,""The Gentleman’s and Cabinet Maker’s Director,""Collector’s Blues,""A Further Study of Plants,""Fiddle Backs,""Arts of Hoax,""The Primitive Motive,""Reality from Replicas,""1888,""1918," submitted for copyright by the Curtis Publishing Company 11 January 1927, received by the Copyright Office of the United States 27 January 1927.
Hergesheimer, Joseph, "So Very Young," submitted for copyright by Macfadden Publications, Inc., 24 April 1926, received by the Copyright Office of the United States 15 May 1936.
Hergesheimer, Joseph, "Something More Gone," submitted for copyright by College Humor 17 March 1929, received by the Copyright Office of the United States 22 March 1929.
Hergesheimer, Joseph, "The Tailor,""Old Bolly," submitted for copyright by The Reviewer 7 October 1926, received by the Copyright Office of the United States 20 October 1926.
Hergesheimer, Joseph, "Tampico," submitted for copyright by International Magazine Company, Inc., 14 January 1927, received by the Copyright Office of the United States 27 January 1927.
Hergesheimer, Joseph, "Tea Houses,""Traveler’s Repose,""Wasps,""The Magnetic West," submitted for copyright by The Curtis Publishing Company 17 April 1923, received by the Copyright Office of the United States 11 May 1923.
Hergesheimer, Joseph, "Trial by Arms," submitted for copyright by Charles Scribner’s Sons, Publishers, 6 March 1929, received by the Copyright Office of the United States 11 March 1929.
Hergesheimer, Joseph, "Wild Oranges," agreement with David W. Griffith, 19 July 1929 (2 copies).
Hergesheimer, Joseph, "Wild Oranges," agreement with Goldwyn Pictures Corporation, 1 November 1922.
Hergesheimer, Joseph, "Wild Oranges,""Wars and Rumors,""Tubal Cain,""Tol’able David,""The Thrush in the Hedge,""Steel,""Solvig’s Saga,""Rosemary Roselle,""The Professional Game,""A Pool of Clear Water,""Paterfamilias,""The Order of Merit,""Lonely Valleys,""Joy Riders,""Java Head,""The Flower of Spain,""The Fifth Ace and Fenella,""Epheimer,""The Egyptian Chariot,""The Dark Fleece,""Bread,""Blue Ice,""The Big Doc,""Banked Fires,""Asphodel,""Adventure’s End," submitted for copyright by The Curtis Publishing Company, 23 August 1920, received by the Copyright Office of the United States 15 October 1920.
Hergesheimer, Joseph, "The Young Versus the Elders," submitted for copyright by The National Weekly Corporation 10 January 1922, received by the Copyright Office of the United States 28 January 1922.
Business correspondence
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40.6-7 Business correspondence, 101 TL, 12 AL, 1 APCS, [119pp], 1946-1948, in English and Spanish, includes correspondence to and from: [Hergesheimer], Dorothy; Bauer, Leda; Baumgarten, Bernice; Chapter, Sonia K.; Clark, Olin H.; Cohen, Jeane; Cooper, Arthur S.; Cooper, Arthur S.; Dill, Leonard C.; Ferguson, Betty; Gray, Jerome B; Hemphill, John; Hergesheimer, Joseph; Koshland, William A.; McDonald, George; O’Hara, Geoffrey; Stamper, Walter H. Jr.; Swarts, Louis E.; Wagenknecht, Edward; Wilck, Laura D.;
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40.8-41.2 Business correspondence, [138 TL, 13 AL, 5 APCS], [160pp], 1946-1951, includes correspondence to and from: Baird, Irma; Barthelmess, Richard; Baumgarten, Bernice; Brandt, Carl A.; Drake, James; Gray, Jerome; Gude, J.G.; Hanna, Mark; Hemphill, John; [Hergesheimer], Dorothy; Hergesheimer, Joseph; Hyman, Arthur; Jester, Ralph; Karuth, Cecil F.; Koshland, William A.; Newborn, Ruth L.; Parker, William; Spragle, Virginia C.; Stix, Thomas L.; Swarts, Louis E.; Wilck, Laura D.; Wolquitt, Norma;
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41.3 Business correspondence, [106 TL, 7 AL, 1 APCS, 8 Telegrams, 2 Envelopes, 16 Receipts, 11 Contracts], [169pp], 1923-1951; bulk from 1945-1951, includes correspondence to and from: Barthelmess, Richard; Baumgarten, Bernice; Chapter, Sonia K.; Clark, Olin H.; Cohen, Jeane; Curtis Brown, Ltd.; de Caralt, Luis; Ferguson, Betty; Frye, Olga; Hemphill, John; [Hergesheimer], Dorothy; Hergesheimer, Joseph; Horch, Franz J.; Joseph, Rudolph; Koshland, William A.; Knopf, Alfred A.; Lesser, Joseph C.; Lippincott, Horace Mather; Maoylo, Andrew E.; O’Connell, Janice; Ohle, Robert; Pedrick, William J.; Pritchett, Mary; Swarts, Louis E.; Thomson, Archie;
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41.4 Business correspondence, [137 TL, 5 AL, 2 APCS, 1 Telegrams, 2 Envelopes, 9 Receipts, 2 Notes, 1 List of articles and books by Hergesheimer, 1 Promotional poster for Bachelor’s Quarters], [168pp], 1943-1948; includes correspondence to and from: Armstrong, R. M.; Barker, Henry S.; Barrows, Marjorie; Baumgarten, Bernice; Bryan, Clark; Chapter, Sonia K.; Curtis Brown, Ltd.; Danzberger, G. Harris; de Caralt, Luis;Fuoss, Robert; Hemphill, John; [Hergesheimer], Dorothy; Hergesheimer, Joseph; Horch, Franz J.; Joseph, Rudolph; Knopf, Alfred A.; Koppelman, William; Koshland, William A.; LaFarge, Christopher; Lesser, Joseph C.; McKeag, George W.; Mohrenwitz, Dr. L.; Poole, William; Pritchett, Mary; Reed, Lawrence H.; Rose, Stuart; Roth, Samuel; Shereff, Dorothy L.; Solomon, Joseph; Stretger, Paul; Swarts, Louis E.; Tomlinson, G. W.; Weltman, Philip;
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41.5 Business correspondence, [33 TL, 1 AL, 1 APCS, 1 Receipts, 3 Contracts, Will and Testament of Joseph Hergesheimer, Will and Testament of Dorothy Hemphill Hergesheimer], [43pp], 1942-1951; includes correspondence to and from: Hemphill, John; Hergesheimer, Joseph; Houghton Mifflin Company; Kayser, Frances; Knopf, Alfred A.; Lesser, Joseph C.; Packer, Herbert; Pleasants, Dr. Henry; Poole, William; Pritchett, Mary; Stein, Joseph; Washer, Herman; Ziegler, Theodore F.;
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osb 47.1 Butterfield, Roger, "The Best Years of a Long, Full Life," 1 T page in the Saturday Evening Post, nd.
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41.6 Case Harriman, Margaret, letters from Margaret to Joseph Hergesheimer, 4 TLS and 1 photo, 1941, 1950, 1951.
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41.7 Catalogs featuring Joseph Hergesheimer, Five Thousand Years of Vanity, paper catalog for special exhibition at the University Museum, Philadelphia (28 pp), includes a page on vanity by Joseph Hergesheimer, 1944.
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41.8 Check copies for payments made by Hergesheimer, Joseph, approximately 230 check copies, 1923-1947.
Condolence Letters and obituaries
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41.9 18 Telegrams to Hergesheimer, Dorothy, re death of Hergesheimer, Joseph, 1954.
10 ALS and TLS to Hergesheimer, Dorothy re death of Hergesheimer, Joseph, 1954, nd, includes letters from: Bradley, Sculley; Case Harriman, Margaret; Hart-David, Rupert; Nathan, George Jean; Prehn, Kapitan Otto;
Blurbs on "Tampico," 7 T newspaper clippings written in German, 1959.
Obituaries for Hergesheimer, Joseph, 5 T newspaper clippings, 3 Tcc newspaper clippings, 1954, nd.
Copies of uncollected works
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41.10 Foreword to The Main Line Cookbook [copy], 1p, [1950].
Unidentified newspaper clipping [copy].
Lament for a Lost Metropolis, article in The Baltimore Evening Sun [copy], 1p, 1933 November 3.
A Creator of New Fiction Types, from The Literary Digest International Book Review [copy], 2pp, February 1923.
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42.1-4 Copyright correspondence, approximately 240 TL and TLS in 5 folders, 1920-1937, includes correspondence to and from: Clark, Emily; Cole, W. H.; Giles, Dorothy; Farrar, John; Hemphill, John; Hergesheimer, Joseph; Jessup, Louise; Knopf, Alfred A.; Lane, C. C.; Maurice, Arthur; McLeary, Louise; Neall, Adelaide; Powell, Beatrice; Soldberg, Thorwald; Speed, Keat; Swarts, Louis E.; Swire, Herbert; Taylor, Dorothy; Wardman, Eswin; Watrus, Elioit; West, Henry.
Dower House construction accounts
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42.5 Bank statement for Joseph Hergesheimer, 7pp, nd.
Hemphill, John, 1 TLS to Hergesheimer, Joseph, 1924 March 7.
Receipts for construction of Dower House, 51 pp, 1922-1923, includes receipts for carpentry work, mason and concrete work, and hardware and tools.
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42.6 Receipts for construction of Dower House, 100 pp, 1923, includes receipts for carpentry work, gardening, mason and concrete work, iron work, and hardware and tools.
Financial papers and correspondence
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42.7 Financial information for Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Hergesheimer, 7 typed documents, 1935, 1939.
Hemphill, John, 1 ALS, 16 TLS to Hergesheimer, Dorothy and Joseph, 1922, 1939-1943.
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42.8 Hergesheimer, Joseph, 53 ALS and 3 TLS to Gilkyson, Phoebe, 1921, 1932, 1975, nd, also includes correspondence between Gilkyson, Phoebe and Stappenbeck, Herb and Stappenbeck, Herb and Thorpe, Neal.
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42.9 Hergesheimer, Dorothy and Joseph, 3 T Christmas cards, 1 T invitation, nd.
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42.10 10 memoranda of agreements between Hergesheimer, Joseph and various publishers, 1923-1945.
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42.11 Mencken, H.L. and Nathan, George Jean, Suggestions to our visitors and A Personal Word by H.L. Mencken in The SmartSet, 18 pp, nd.
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43.1-2 Miscellaneous typed and autograph memoranda of contractual agreements and associated correspondence between Hergesheimer, Joseph and various publishers and agents, [145pp], 1917-1956. In English and German.
Miscellaneous Correspondence
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43.3 Unidentified author (Halley), 1 TLS (5pp) to Hergesheimer, Dolly, 1928 January 21.
Unidentified author (Marcella), 1 TLS to Hergesheimer, Dolly, 1954 April 21.
Unidentified author (Margaret), 1 TLS (6 pp) to Hergesheimer, Joseph, 1954 April 21.
Unidentified author (Mary), 6 ALS to Hergesheimer, Dolly, 1941, nd.
Arnold, Thurman, 3 TLS to Hergesheimer, Joseph, 1945, 1953.
Hemphill, John, 1 ALS to Hergesheimer, Dorothy, 1940 February 5.
Hergesheimer, Joseph, 1 TLS (4 pp) to Hemphill, John, 1924 June 7.
Hergesheimer, Joseph and Dolly, 1 TLS to unidentified recipient (Marcella), nd.
Knopf, Alfred A., 2 TLS to Hergesheimer, Joseph, 1953 March 2, 1954 January 15.
Poole, Cariwell M., 1 TLS to Hergesheimer, Joseph, 1942 March 6.
Shepard, William C., 1 TLS to Hergesheimer, Joseph, 1954 January 9.
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43.4 [78 TL, 3 AL], between publishers, agents, Joseph Hergesheimer, and others, [81pp],1936-1959, includes correspondence to and from: Barthelmess, Richard; Brandt and Brandt; Brandt, Carl; Cohen, Jeane; Emerson, Lucien W., Esq.; Erkel, C. E., Esq.; Frye, Olga; Gibbon, Robert; Goetz, Ruth; Goodman, Jack A.; Hemphill, Dallett; Hergesheimer, Joseph; Kaplan, Joan; Katz, Arthur S.; Knopf, Alfred A.; Koshland, William A.; Lohrfinck, Rosalind; Pritchett, Mary; Scully, Mrs. Arthur M.; Several unidentified; Simon and Schuster; Swarts, Louis E., Esq.; The Curtis Publishing Company; Wilck, Laura D.
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43.5 19 newspaper clippings about Hergesheimer, Joseph, 1922-1923, 1941, 1958, 1965.
Photocopies of letters in other collections
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43.6 5 TLS from librarians to Stappenbeck, Herb re Hergesheimer letters, 1973.
Hergesheimer, Joseph, 22 TccS to different recipients, 1919-1923, 1926-28, 1934. Includes letters to: Burgess, Gelett; Cerf, Bennett A.; Goldman, Harry; MacAlarney, Robert E.; Maxwell, Perriton; Morley, Christopher; Rawle, Francis; Rugg, Harold Goddard; Smith, Frances Lathrop; Swinnerton, Frank;
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43.7 Photocopy of letters at Cornell, Hergesheimer, Joseph, 3 TccS, AccS to Nathan, George Jean, 1923-1924, 1928, nd.
Photocopy letters to Marcella M. DuPont
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43.8 Du Pont, Marcella, 1 TLS to Stappenbeck, Herb re Hergesheimer material in her posession, 1973 March 20.
Hergesheimer, Joseph, 18 AccS, 1 Telegram to Du Pont, Marcella, 1946, nd.
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43.9 8 photographs, 1 drawing of Hergesheimer, Joseph, 1921, nd.
Research on Joseph Hergesheimer
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43.10 Hatfield, Anne, 1 TLS to Stappenbeck, Herb, 1973 November 13, includes a list of pupils for Friends’ School in Germantown, Philadelphia (4 pp), 1895.
Hergesheimer, Joseph, 1 TLS to unidentified recipient (Marguerite), 1931 November 4, includes typed note describing letter (1988 August 25). (R12107)
Liguori, Ralph J., 1 TLS to Stappenbeck, Herb, 1968 May 15, includes 8 photocopies of newspaper articles on Hergesheimer, Joseph, 1922, 1930-1933.
Works
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osb 47.3 Beyond, short story in the Saturday Evening Post, 8 pp, 1926 May 22.
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osb 47.6 Beyond the Bridge, short story in The Saturday Evening Post, 9 pp, 1920 Dec. 11.
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osb 47.3 Blue Ice, short story in the Saturday Evening Post, 7 pp, 1919 December 13.
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osb 47.5 The Caryatid, photocopy of the play from the Library of Congress, 115 pp, nd.
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osb 47.3 The City of Pleasure - Five Impressions, Ms short story, 8 pp, nd.
The Fifth Ace and Fenella, short story in the Saturday Evening Post, 6 pp, 1915 December 18.
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osb 47.6 Honor’s No Kin to Glory, short story in Collier’s, 6 pp, 1940 November 30.
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osb 47.3 Java Head, short story in the Saturday Evening Post, 6pp, 1918 October 26.
Joy Riders, short story in The Saturday Evening Post, 10 pp, 1916 Dec. 16.
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osb 47.6 Juju, short story in the Saturday Evening Post, 8 pp, 1921 July 30.
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osb 47.3 Metropolitan Passage - Munich, T article in the Saturday Evening Post, 7 pp, 1931 Dec. 19.
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osb 47.6 Point Argent I, short story in The Saturday Evening Post, 7 pp, 1930 December 20.
Point Argent II, short story in The Saturday Evening Post, 10 pp, 1930 December 20.
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osb 47.3 Pool of Clear Water, short story in the Saturday Evening Post, 6pp, 1916 April 15.
Power in the Hands of Fools, T article in Keystone Motorist, 5 pp, 1928 November.
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osb 47.4 Shapes in Light, short story in the Saturday Evening Post, 7 pp, 1926 March 6.
Shapes in Light II, short story in the Saturday Evening Post, 6 pp, 1926 March 20.
Shapes in Light III, short story in the Saturday Evening Post, 8 pp, 1926 March 27.
Soirees de Palm Beach, short story in the Saturday Evening Post, 6 pp, 1931 October 31.
Steel, short story in the Saturday Evening Post, 6 pp, 1920 June 26.
Steel II, short story in the Saturday Evening Post, 5 pp, 1920 July 3.
Steel III, short story in the Saturday Evening Post, 8 pp, 1920 July 10.
Steel IV, short story in the Saturday Evening Post, 5 pp, 1920 July 17.
Steel V, short story in the Saturday Evening Post, 5 pp, 1920 July 24.
Steel VI, short story in the Saturday Evening Post, 6 pp, 1920 July 31.
The Thrush in the Hedge, short story in the Saturday Evening Post, 8pp, 1916 June 10.
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osb 47.6 Traveler’s Repose, short story in The Saturday Evening Post, 8 pp, 1922 April 8.
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osb 47.4 Tubal Cain, short story in the Saturday Evening Post, 8 pp, 1917 May 19.
Tubal Cain II, short story in the Saturday Evening Post, 7 pp, 1917 May 26.
Tubal Cain III, short story in the Saturday Evening Post, 6 pp, 1917 June 2.
Wild Oranges, short story in the Saturday Evening Post, 7 pp, 1916 February 5.
Wild Oranges II, short story in the Saturday Evening Post, 6 pp, 1916 February 12.
Wild Oranges III, short story in the Saturday Evening Post, 6pp, 1916 February 19.
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osb 47.7 The Zenith, photocopy of the play from the Library of Congress, 80 pp, 1973.
Works Correspondence
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44.1 "Balisand," typed memoranda of agreements between Hergesheimer and three publishers (William Heinemann Limited, Alfred A. Knopf, and Bernhard Tauchnitz Publishers) regarding Balisand, [8pp], 1924. In English and German.
"Berlin"
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44.2 Curtis Brown Ltd. to Hergesheimer, Joseph, TLS, 3 December 1930, re Berlin.
Curtis Brown, Ltd., Memorandum of agreement to Hergesheimer, Joseph, regarding "Berlin," 7 April 1933.
Hemphill, John, TccL to Curtis Brown, Ltd., 21 July 1933, re Berlin.
Hemphill, John, TccL to Pollinger, L. E., 21 July 1933, re Berlin.
Pollinger, L. E., TLS to Powell, Beatrice E., 31 May 1933, re Berlin.
"The Big Shot"
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44.3 Salsury, Henry L., 1 Telegram to Hergesheimer, Joseph, 11 May 1931 (date received), re The Big Shot.
Unidentified author, TL to Swarts, Louis E., 11 May 1931, re The Big Shot.
Hemphill, John, TccL to American Play Company, 7 May 1931, re The Big Shot.
Hubman, Henry A., 1 Telegram, 1 TLS to Hemphill, John, 7 May 1931, 21 May 1931, re The Big Shot.
Salsbury, Henry L., TccL to Hubman, Henry A., 20 May 1931, re The Big Shot.
Swarts, Louis E., TLS to Hemphill, John, 13 May 1931, re The Big Shot.
"The Bright Shawl" and "Tolerable David"
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44.4 Hergesheimer, Joseph, ALS to Hemphill, John, nd, re The Bright Shawl and Tolerable David.
Hergesheimer, Joseph, ALS, TLS to Knopf, Alfred A., 11 October 1922, 17 November 1922, re The Bright Shawl and Tolerable David.
Unidentified author to Hergesheimer, Joseph, 12 TL, 1923-1944, re The Bright Shawl and Tolerable David.
Boyce-Smith, John, TLS to Hergesheimer, Joseph, 24 January 1933, re The Bright Shawl and Tolerable David.
Curtis Brown, Ltd., 3 contracts, 1 TLS to Hergesheimer, Joseph, 25 March 1924 (2), 1 April 1924, 27 August 1930, re The Bright Shawl and Tolerable David.
Duell & Smith, TLS to Hergesheimer, Joseph, 4 November 1922, re The Bright Shawl and Tolerable David.
Hamilburg, J., Telegram to Hergesheimer, Joseph, ____ 19 May, re The Bright Shawl and Tolerable David.
Hemphill, John, TLS, 2 TccL to Hergesheimer, Joseph, 29 November 1927, 11 January 1928, 8 March 1928, re The Bright Shawl and Tolerable David.
Killick, R., TLS (with copy) to Hergesheimer, Joseph, 1 June 1933, re The Bright Shawl and Tolerable David.
Rubin, J. Florence, TL to Hergesheimer, Joseph, 5 February 1938, re The Bright Shawl and Tolerable David.
Watson, Jean (Curtis Brown, Ltd.), TLS to Hergesheimer, Joseph, 19 October 1927, re The Bright Shawl and Tolerable David.
[Illegible author], TLS to Hemphill, John, 18 February 1941, re The Bright Shawl and Tolerable David.
Unidentified author, TL to Boyce-Smith, John, February-April 1933, re The Bright Shawl and Tolerable David.
Unidentified author, 6 TL to Hubman, Henry A., June-August 1930, July 1936, re The Bright Shawl and Tolerable David.
Unidentified author, TL to Jessup, Louise M., 19 February 1941, re The Bright Shawl and Tolerable David.
Unidentified author, 3 TL to Knopf, Alfred A., 1928-1930, re The Bright Shawl and Tolerable David.
Unidentified author, TL to Messrs. Farrar & Rinehart, 13 May 1941, re The Bright Shawl and Tolerable David.
Unidentified author, TL to Powell, Beatrice, 18 July 1930, re The Bright Shawl and Tolerable David.
Unidentified author, TL to Rumsey, John W., 11 March 1930, re The Bright Shawl and Tolerable David.
Unidentified author, TL to Scudder, Alice, 19 February 1941, re The Bright Shawl and Tolerable David.
Unidentified author, 15 TL to Swarts, Louis E., 1936-1944, re The Bright Shawl and Tolerable David.
Aaron, Manley (Alfred A. Knopf, Inc.), TLS to Hemphill, John, 17 June 1930, re The Bright Shawl and Tolerable David.
Boyce-Smith, John, 15 TLS to Hemphill, John, 1922-1923, 1933, re The Bright Shawl and Tolerable David.
Chambers, Anne, 2 telegrams to Swarts, Louis E., 28 September 1936, 10 May 1937, re The Bright Shawl and Tolerable David.
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44.5 Chambrun, Jacque, TLS to Hemphill, John, 29 December 1937, re The Bright Shawl and Tolerable David.
Chambrun, Jacques, TccLS to Lennen & Mitchell, Inc., 29 December 1937, re The Bright Shawl and Tolerable David.
Chapter, Sonia K. (Curtis Brown, Ltd.), TLS to Hemphill, John, 7 December 1928, re The Bright Shawl and Tolerable David.
Curtis Brown, Ltd., TLS to Jessup, Louise K., 13 December 1935, re The Bright Shawl and Tolerable David.
Curtis Brown, Ltd., 9 TLS, 1 Telegram to Hemphill, John, 1922-1933, re The Bright Shawl and Tolerable David.
Hemphill, John, 7 TccL, 2 Telegrams to Boyce-Smith, John, 1922-1933, re The Bright Shawl and Tolerable David.
Hemphill, John, TL to Cooper, R., 21 July 1933, re The Bright Shawl and Tolerable David.
Hemphill, John, 3 TL, 1 TccLS, 6 TccL to Curtis Brown, Ltd., 1922-1929, re The Bright Shawl and Tolerable David.
Hemphill, John, TL to Hart, Julia, 17 December 1929, re The Bright Shawl and Tolerable David.
Hemphill, John, 4 TccL, 3 Telegrams to Hubman, Henry A., 1930-1936, re The Bright Shawl and Tolerable David.
Hemphill, John, 1 TccL to Mencken, H. L., 16 February 1923, re The Bright Shawl and Tolerable David.
Hemphill, John, 2 TccL to Messrs. Schwab and Kusell, 19 December 1922, 4 January 1923, re The Bright Shawl and Tolerable David.
Hemphill, John, 10 TccL, 1 TL to Knopf, Alfred A., 1922-1928, re The Bright Shawl and Tolerable David.
Hemphill, John, 4 TccL to Milligan, Carl G., October-November 1922, re The Bright Shawl and Tolerable David.
Hemphill, John, 3 TccL to Richter, Charles M., 21 July 1922, 28 July 1922, 23 August 1922, re The Bright Shawl and Tolerable David.
Hemphill, John, TccL to Spier, Franklin, 11 May 1922, re The Bright Shawl and Tolerable David.
Hemphill, John, 7 Telegrams to Swarts, Louis E., 1936-1938, re The Bright Shawl and Tolerable David.
Hemphill, John, 2 TccL to Wentworth de Pinto, Jane, 28 March 1924, 10 June 1924, re The Bright Shawl and Tolerable David.
Hergesheimer, Joseph, Memorandum of agreement with Boyce-Smith, John, 9 March 1939, re The Bright Shawl and Tolerable David.
Hergesheimer, Joseph, Memorandum of agreement with Klintes Forlag, nd, re The Bright Shawl and Tolerable David.
Hergesheimer, Joseph, Memorandum of agreement with Th. Knaur Nachf, nd, re The Bright Shawl and Tolerable David.
Hergesheimer, Joseph, (2) Memorandum of agreement with Inspiration Pictures, Inc., 4 November 1922, nd, re The Bright Shawl and Tolerable David.
Hubman, Henry A., 11 TLS, 5 Telegrams to Hemphill, John, 1922-1936, re The Bright Shawl and Tolerable David.
Jessup, Louise M., TLS to Chambers, Anne, 19 March 1938, re The Bright Shawl and Tolerable David.
Knopf, Alfred A., Incorporated, 14 TLS to Hemphill, John, 1922-1928, re The Bright Shawl and Tolerable David.
Marcoux, H. L., Telegram to Hemphill, John, 16 December 1940, re The Bright Shawl and Tolerable David.
McLeary, Louise W., TccL to Schwab, Laurence, 18 December 1922, re The Bright Shawl and Tolerable David.
Milligan, Carl G., 2 TLS to Hemphill, John, 13 October 1922, 28 October 1922, re The Bright Shawl and Tolerable David.
Ready, Elizabeth, TL to Chambrun, Jacques, 29 December 1937, re The Bright Shawl and Tolerable David.
Richter, Charles M., TLS to Hemphill, John, 26 July 1922, re The Bright Shawl and Tolerable David.
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44.6 Rumsey, John W., TLS (with TccL copy) to Hemphill, John, 8 March 1930, re The Bright Shawl and Tolerable David.
Schwab, Laurence, 3 TLS to Hemphill, John, 18 December 1922, 20 December 1922, 22 December 1922, re The Bright Shawl and Tolerable David.
Scudder, Alice, TLS to Hemphill, John, 13 February 1941, re The Bright Shawl and Tolerable David.
Steinberg, Seymour P., TLS to Hemphill, John, 30 March 1938, re The Bright Shawl and Tolerable David.
Swarts, Louis E., 3 TLS to Chambers, Anne, 1936-1937, re The Bright Shawl and Tolerable David.
Swarts, Louis E., TLS to Goulding, Edmund, 23 May 1944, re The Bright Shawl and Tolerable David.
Swarts, Louis E., 17 TLS, 5 Telegrams to Hemphill, Johm, re The Bright Shawl and Tolerable David.
Wentworth de Pinto, Jane, ALS to Knopf, Alfred A., 26 March 1924, re The Bright Shawl and Tolerable David.
"Coral"
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44.7 Hergesheimer, Joseph, TccL to Warburton, Mary Brown, 17 July 1934, re Coral.
Bye, George T., 2 TLS to Hergesheimer, Joseph, 27 July 1928, 6 April 1928, re Coral.
Unidentified author, 2 TL to Warburton, Mary Brown, 26 April 1934, 17 July 1924, re Coral.
Adams, E. K., 1 telegram to Bye, George T., 5 April 1928, re Coral.
Bye, George T., 2 TLS to Hemphill, John, 8 March 1928, 20 November 1928, re Coral.
Hemphill, John, 1 TccL to Bye, George T., 19 November 1928, re Coral.
Hemphill, John, 1 Telegram, 3 TL to Hubman, Henry A., February 6 1925, 18 January 1928, 24 January 1928, 6 February 1928, re Coral.
Hemphill, John, 3 TL to McLeary, Louise, January-February 1928, re Coral.
Hubman, Henry A., 4 TLS to Hemphill, John, January-February 1928, re Coral.
McLeary, Louise W., 2 ALS to Hemphill, John, 2 February 1928, 12 November 1928, re Coral.
The Saturday Evening Post, Editorial Rooms, 1 check payment enclosure to Hergesheimer, Joseph, 28 February 1928, re Coral.
Warburton, Mary Brown, 3 TLS to Hemphill, John, 23 April 1934, 5 May 1934, 14 Jily 1934, re Coral.
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44.8 "Cytherea," typed memoranda of agreements and correspondence between Hergesheimer, Joseph and publishers regarding Cytherea [14pp], 1921-1931. Correspondents include Alfred A. Knopf, William Heinemann, Curtis Brown Ltd., Aschehoug & Company, Aventinum and Samuel Goldwyn.
"Dark Fleece"
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44.9 Hergesheimer, Joseph, 2 Telegrams to Hemphill, John, 13 February 1925, 23 February 1925, re Dark Fleece.
Hemphill, John, 3 TccL, 1 Telegram (not sent) to Hergesheimer, Joseph, 23 November 1923, 9 February 1925, 12 September 1925, 13 February 1925, re Dark Fleece.
Knopf, Alfred A., TccL to Hergesheimer, Joseph, 21 December 1920, re Dark Fleece.
Giffen, R. L., 6 TLS to Hemphill, John, 1925, re Dark Fleece.
Hemphill, John, 2 Telegrams, 9 TccL to Giffen, R. L., 2 nd, 1925, re Dark Fleece.
Hemphill, John, TccL (2 copies) to Goldstein, E. H., 5 November 1925, re Dark Fleece.
Hemphill, John, 3 TccL, 1 Telegram to Hubman, Henry A., 22 November 1923 (2), 28 November 1923, 18 December 1923, re Dark Fleece.
Hemphill, John, TccL to Swarts, Louis E., 23 November 1923, re Dark Fleece.
Hubman, Henry A., 2 Telegrams, 2 TLS to Hemphill, John, 21 November 1923, 30 November 1923, 22 December 1923, 3 September 1930, re Dark Fleece.
Knopf, Alfred A., Incorporated, TLS Alfred A. Knopf to Hemphill, John, 16 November 1920, re Dark Fleece.
Miscellaneous notes re Dark Fleece, 7 February 1925, 17 June 1925, 11 July 1925, 14 July 1925, nd.
Swarts, Louis E., TLS to Hemphill, John, 22 November 1923, re Dark Fleece.
"Demeter"
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44.10 Unidentified author, TccL to Hergesheimer, Joseph, 15 March 1935, re Demeter.
Hemphill, John, TLS, 2 TccL to Hergesheimer, Joseph, 14 March 1935, 4 April, 1935, 29 May 1935, re Demeter.
Polimer, Richard K., TLS, TL, Telegraphto Hergesheimer, Joseph, 29 January 1935, 25 February 1935, 18 November 1935, re Demeter.
Swarts, Louis E., Telegram (copy) to Hergesheimer, Joseph, 7 March 1935, re Demeter.
Unidentified author, 1TL to Fadiman, William, 3 August 1936, re Demeter.
Unidentified author, 2 TL to Halliday, Richard, 5 August 1936, 26 August 1936, re Demeter.
Unidentified author, 2 TL to Hubman, Henry A., 2 September 1936, 9 September 1936, re Demeter.
Unidentified author, 4 TL to Swarts, Louis E., 29 January 1936, 13 July 1936, 26 August 1936, 10 September 1936, re Demeter.
Fadiman, William James, TLS to Hemphill, John, 31 July 1936, re Demeter.
Graves, Helen, TLS to Hemphill, John, 31 August 1936, re Demeter.
Halliday, Richard, Telegraph to Hemphill, John, 31 July 1936, re Demeter.
Hemphill, John (Hemphill and Brewster), Express shipping receipt to Halliday, Richard, 21 August 1936, re Demeter.
Hemphill, John, 1 TL, 1 shipping receipt to Hubman, Henry A., 30 July 1936, 1 September 1936, re Demeter.
Hemphill, John, TL to Jacobs, Louise Jessup, 11 March 1935, re Demeter.
Hemphill, John, TL to Lengel, William C., 30 July 1936, re Demeter.
Hemphill, John, 2 TccL to Polimer, Richard K., 14 March 1935, 4 April 1935, re Demeter.
Hemphill, John, 8 TccL, 1 Telegram, 1935-1936, re Demeter.
Hubman, Henry A., 4 TLS to Hemphill, John, 1936, re Demeter.
Jessup, Louis M., ANS to Hemphill, John, 18 November 1935, re Demeter.
Jessup, Louise, TLS (copy) to Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer (Attention William James Fadiman), 19 August 1936, re Demeter.
Jessup, Louise, TLS (copy), Telegram (copy) to Polimer, Richard K., 18 February 1935, 26 February 1935, re Demeter.
Lengel, William C., TLS to Hemphill, John, 29 July 1936, re Demeter.
Polimer, Richard K., TLS (copy) to Jessup, Louise M., 25 February 1935, re Demeter.
Siegel, Sam S., TLS to Hemphill, John, 28 July 1936, re Demeter.
Swarts, Louis E., 15 TLS to Hemphill, John, 1935-1936, re Demeter.
Swarts, Louis E., TLS (copy) to Jessup, Louise M., 8 March 1935, re Demeter.
"Flower of Spain"
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44.11 Curtis Brown Ltd., TLS (W. R. Allen), 2 June 1933 to Hergesheimer, Joseph, re The Flower of Spain.
Hemphill, John, TccL to Hergesheimer, Joseph, 20 Sep 1928, re The Flower of Spain.
Unidentified author, TccL to Curtis Brown Ltd., 29 December 1930, re The Flower of Spain.
Unidentified author, TccL to Scott, Irene F., 28 March 1928, re The Flower of Spain.
Hemphill, John, TccL to Samuel Goldwyn, Inc., 23 December 1927, re The Flower of Spain.
Hemphill, John, 4 TccL to Scott, Irene F., 24 December 1927, re The Flower of Spain.
Hemphill, John, TccL to Swarts, Louis E., 23 December 1927, re The Flower of Spain.
Hemphill, John, TccL to Swarts, Louis E., 23 December 1927, re The Flower of Spain.
Hemphill, John, TccL to United Artists Corporation, 9 January 1928, re The Flower of Spain.
Mirkil, Hemphill, and Brewster, 1 telegram, 1 post office register article receipt to Samuel Goldwyn, Inc., 16 December 1927, re The Flower of Spain.
Scott, Irene F., 7 TLS to Hemphill, John, 1927-1928, re The Flower of Spain.
Swarts, Louis E., 3 TccL to Hemphill, John, 9 December 1927, 13 December 1927, 29 December 1927, re The Flower of Spain.
"The Flowers of the Night"
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44.12 Hemphill, John, TccL to Hergesheimer, Joseph, 4 August 1925, re Flowers of the Night.
Lasky, Jesse L., TLS to Hergesheimer, Joseph, 1 June 1925, re Flowers of the Night.
Unidentified author "HM," TccL to Swarts, Louis E., 3 June 1925, re Flowers of the Night.
Swarts, Louis E., 7 TLS to Hemphill, John, June-September 1925, re Flowers of the Night.
"The Foolscap Rose"
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44.13 Unidentified author, TL to Hergesheimer, Joseph, 12 December 1935, re The Foolscap Rose.
Pollinger, L. E., TLS to Hergesheimer, Joseph, 29 June 1934, re The Foolscap Rose.
Unidentified author, TL to Chapter, Sonia K., 9 January 1936, re The Foolscap Rose.
Unidentified author, TccL to Curtis Brown, Ltd., 16 December 1935, re The Foolscap Rose.
Unidentified author, TccL to Finley, George W., 21 November 1934, re The Foolscap Rose.
Unidentified author, 2 TL to Knopf, Alfred A., 4 September 1934, 11 September 1934, re The Foolscap Rose.
Unidentified author, TL to Rubin, J. F., 4 September 1934, re The Foolscap Rose.
Chapter, Sonia K. (Curtis Brown, Ltd.), 5 TLS to Hemphill, John, 1934-1936, re The Foolscap Rose.
Finley, George W., TLS to Hemphill, John, 15 November 1934, re The Foolscap Rose.
Hemphill, John, TL to Curtis Brown, Ltd., 14 December 1935, re The Foolscap Rose.
Hemphill, John, TL to Hubman, Henry A., 5 January 1934, re The Foolscap Rose.
Hemphill, John, TL tio Knopf, Alfred A., 5 January 1934, re The Foolscap Rose.
Hemphill, John, TL to Rubin, J. Florence, 20 August 1934, re The Foolscap Rose.
Hubman, Henry A., TLS to Hemphill, John, 3 January 1933, re The Foolscap Rose.
Knopf, Alfred A., Incorporated, 4 TLS Alfred A. Knopf to Hemphill, John, 1934, re The Foolscap Rose.
Peake, Elizabeth (Curtis Brown, Ltd.), TLS to Hemphill, John, 15 August 1935, re The Foolscap Rose.
Rubin, J. Florence, 3 TLS to Hemphill, John, 14 August 1934, 17 August 1934, 22 August 1934, re The Foolscap Rose.
Sawyer, Astrid Rosing, TLS to Hemphill, John, 31 December 1934, re The Foolscap Rose.
"From an Old House"
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44.14 Browncourt, Telegram to Hergesheimer, Joseph, 29 September 1926, re From an Old House.
Evans, C. S., TLS to Hergesheimer, Joseph, 28 September 1926, re From an Old House.
Hemphill, John, 3 TccL, 7 June 1926, 7 July 1926, 10 August 1926, re From an Old House.
Pollinger, Laurence, TLS to Hergesheimer, Joseph, 19 September 1927, re From an Old House.
Aaron, Manley (Alfred A. Knopf, Inc.), 2 TLS to Hemphill, John, 23 June 1925, 9 October 1925, re From an Old House.
Brown, Curtis, TLS to Hemphill, John, 28 May 1926, re From an Old House.
Hemphill, John, 2 TccL to Brown, Curtis, 10 June 1926, 4 November 1926, re From an Old House.
Hemphill, John, 5 TccL to Knopf, Alfred A., June-November 1925, re From an Old House.
Hergesheimer, Joseph, Certificate of copyright registration, 12 September 1924, re From an Old House.
Hergesheimer, Joseph, Memorandum of agreement with Alfred A. Knopf, Inc., 1 June 1925, re From an Old House.
Knopf, Alfred A., Incorporated, 5 TLS Alfred A. Knopf to Hemphill, John, June-November 1925, re From an Old House.
McLeary, Louise W., ALS to Hemphill, John, 9 June 1926, re From an Old House.
Pollinger, L. E., TLS to Hemphill, John, 21 June 1926, re From an Old House.
"General Sheridan"
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45.1 Unidentified author, TL to Hergesheimer, Joseph, 24 October 1929, re General Sheridan.
Greenslet, Ferris, TLS to Hergesheimer, Joseph, 19 June 1929, re General Sheridan.
Hemphill and Brewster, TL, to Hergesheimer, Joseph 7 November 1929, re General Sheridan.
Hemphill, John, TL, 11 October 1929, re General Sheridan.
Unidentified author, 2 TL to Greenslet, Ferris, 19 July 1929, 18 October 1929, re General Sheridan.
Greenslet, Ferris, 7 TLS to Hemphill, John, July-November 1929, re General Sheridan.
Hart, Judith, TLS to Hemphill, John, 8 November 1929, re General Sheridan.
Hemphill, John, 5 TL to Greenslet, Ferris, June-November 1929, re General Sheridan.
Hemphill, John, TL to Houghton Mifflin Company (Mr. Greenslip), 11 October 1929, re General Sheridan.
Hemphill, John, TL to Knopf, Alfred A., 18 October 1929, re General Sheridan.
Hergesheimer, Joseph, Memorandum of agreement with Houghton Mifflin Company, 15 June 1929, re General Sheridan.
Knopf, Alfred A., Incorporated, 2 TLS to Hemphill, John, 30 September 1929, 21 October 1929, re General Sheridan.
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45.2 "Gold and Iron," typed memoranda and correspondence between Hergesheimer, Joseph and Alfred A. Knopf Publishers regarding Gold and Iron, [5pp], 1918-1920.
"Java Head"
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45.3 Hergesheimer, Joseph, Telegram to Hemphill, John M., 5 June 1922, re Java Head.
Unidentified author, TccL, 2 TL to Hergesheimer, Joseph, 11 March 1920, 1 December 1933, 29 June 1934, re Java Head.
Hergesheimer, Joseph, Telegram to Richardson, Charles, 18 September 1933, re Java Head.
Cooper, Viola Irene, TLS to Hergesheimer, Joseph, 27 May 1931, re Java Head.
Curtis Brown, Ltd., TLS to Hergesheimer, Joseph, 7 April 1925, re Java Head.
D. W. Griffith Studio, TLS to Hergesheimer, Joseph, 25 February 1920, re Java Head.
Grey, Albert L. (D. W. Griffith Service), TLS, telegram to Hergesheimer, Joseph, ____ February 21, 1920 February 1920, re Java Head.
Hemphill, John, 5 TccL, 1 Telegram, 2 TL, 1 TLS to Hergesheimer, Joseph, 1920-1934, re Java Head.
Knopf, Alfred A., TccL to Hergesheimer, Joseph, 21 December 1920, re Java Head.
Marbury, Elizabeth, TccL to Hergesheimer, Joseph, 25 May 1922, re Java Head.
Unidentified author, 7 TL to Cooper, Viola Irene, June-September 1931, re Java Head.
Unidentified author, 11 TL to Curtis Brown Ltd., 1927-1934, re Java Head.
Unidentified author, TL to Grey, Albert L., 23 February 1920, re Java Head.
Unidentified author, TL to Hergesheimer, Dorothy Hemphill, 2 May 1934, re Java Head.
Unidentified author, TL to Holman, Russell, 14 November 1933, re Java Head.
Unidentified author, TL to Knopf, Alfred A., 26 December 1933, re Java Head.
Unidentified author, TccL, 3 TL to Lesser, Joseph C., June 1924, September 1934, re Java Head.
Unidentified author, Miscellaneous notes about Java Head, nd.
Unidentified author, 6 TL to Richardson, Charles E., September-November 1933, re Java Head.
Unidentified author, TL to Shair, Ruth M., 15 December 1932, re Java Head.
Unidentified author, TccL, 2 TL to Swarts, Louis E., 4 January 1923, 9 June 1931, 15 June 1931, re Java Head.
Aaron, Manley (Alfred A. Knopf, Inc.), TLS to Hemphill, John, 25 August 1927, re Java Head.
Browncurt (Curtis Brown?), 4 Telegrams to Hemphill, John, September-November 1933, 1 nd, re Java Head.
Cooper, Viola Irene, 6 TLS to Hemphill, John, 1931-1933, re Java Head.
Curtis Brown, Ltd., 3 payment statements to Hemphill, John, 21 March 1934, 4 July 1932, 6 July 1934, re Java Head.
Duplicate of check voucher to Hergesheimer, Joseph, nd.
Durant, Harry (Famous Players-Lasky Corporation), 1 TLS, 4 Telegrams to Hemphill, John, July 1922, re Java Head.
Famous Players-Lasky Corporation, Newspaper clippings to Hemphill, John, 7 February 1923 [postmark] , re Java Head.
Famous Players-Lasky Corporation, 3 Voucher checks to Hemphill, John, nd, re Java Head.
Famous Players-Lasky Corporation, Agreement with Hergesheimer, Joseph, 27 July 1922, re Java Head.
Green, Gladys (Curtis Brown, Ltd.), 11 TLS to Hemphill, John, 1933-1934, re Java Head.
Grey, Albert L. (D. W. Griffith Service), TLS to Hemphill, John, 9 March 1920, re Java Head.
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45.4 Griffith, D. W., TLS to Hemphill, John, 7 June 1922, re Java Head.
Guaranty Trust Company of New York, Note of receipt to Hemphill, John, 2 June 1924, re Java Head.
"H. W.," TccL to Knopf, Alfred A., 6 June 1922, re Java Head.
"H. W.," TccL to Marbury, Elizabeth, 6 June 1922, re Java Head.
Hemphill, John, 1 ALS, 3 Telegrams, 15 TccL to Banzhof, Albert H. T., 1920-1922, re Java Head.
Hemphill, John, Telegram to Browncurt (Curtis Brown?), 16 November 1933, re Java Head.
Hemphill, John, TccL to Byrlawsky, Fulton, 1 August 1922, re Java Head.
Hergesheimer, Joseph, Memorandum of agreement with Famous Players-Lasky Corporation (2 copies), May 1922, re Java Head.
Hergesheimer, Joseph, Memorandum of agreement with Griffith, David W., (4 copies), March 1920, re Java Head.
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45.5 Hergesheimer, Joseph, Memoranda in "Java Head" contract with Griffith, David W., March 1920, re Java Head.
Hemphill, John, 6 TccL, 1 TL to Curtis Brown, Ltd., 1923-1925, 1933, re Java Head.
Hemphill, John, TccL to Durant, Harry, 22 July 1922, re Java Head.
Hemphill, John, 2 TccL, 1 Telegram to Grey, Albert L., 26 February 1920, 4 March 1920, nd, re Java Head.
Hemphill, John, TccL to Griffith, David W., 11 March 1920, re Java Head.
Hemphill, John, 2 TL to Holman, Russell, 16 September 1933, 14 December 1933, re Java Head.
Hemphill, John, TccL to Hubman, Henry A., 3 June 1922, re Java Head.
Hemphill, John, TccL to Jefferies, Norman, 16 February 1922, re Java Head.
Hemphill, John, TL to Jessup, Louise McLeary, 17 October 1927, re Java Head.
Hemphill, John, TL to Keough, Austin, 12 September 1933, re Java Head.
Hemphill, John, 11 TccL to Knopf, Alfred A., 1921-1927, re Java Head.
Hemphill, John, 4 TccL to Marbury, Elizabeth, May-July 1922, re Java Head.
Hemphill, John, TccL to Maron (A.) & Company, 2 August 1922, re Java Head.
Hemphill, John, TL to Pollinger, L. E., 21 July 1933, re Java Head.
Hemphill, John, TccL to Register of Copyrights, 21 April 1934, re Java Head.
Hemphill, John, 15 TccL, 1 Telegram to Swarts, Louis E., 1922-1925, re Java Head.
Hemphill, John, 6 TccL to Swarts, Louis E., June-August 1925.
Hergesheimer, Joseph, Philadelphia Trust Company checks (2), 11 December 1922, 12 December 1922, re Java Head.
Hergesheimer, Joseph, Receipt of cheque from Guaranty Trust Company of New York, 2 June 1924, re Java Head.
Holman, Russell, TLS, 2 Telegrams to Hemphill, John, 16 September 1933, 22 September 1933, 10 November 1933, re Java Head.
Jefferies, Norman, ALS to Hemphill, John, 15 February ____, re Java Head.
Knopf, Alfred A., Incorporated, 8 TLS Alfred A., Knopf to Hemphill, John, 1921-1924, 1933, re Java Head.
Knopf, Alfred A., Inc., Memorandum of agreement "Java Head" with Klintes Forlag, nd.
Lesser, Joseph C. (Alfred A. Knopf, Inc.), 7 TLS to Hemphill, John, 1924-1934, re Java Head.
Levi, Morgan (Alfred A. Knopf, Inc.), TccLS to Hemphill, John, 12 March 1921, re Java Head.
Marbury, Elizabeth, 3 TLS to Hemphill, John, 7 June 1922 (2), 9 June 1922, re Java Head.
Marbury, Elizabeth, TLS to Hentchell, Mr., 27 May 1922, re Java Head.
McLeary, Louise W., TLS to Hemphill, John, 31 May 1927, re Java Head.
Oschren, R (Alfred A. Knopf, Inc.), TLS to Hemphill, John, 5 December 1923, re Java Head.
Pollinger, L. E., 2 TLS to Hemphill, John, 22 March 1934, 24 April 1934, re Java Head.
Pollinger, L. E., 1 TLS, 1 Telegram to Powell, Beatrice, 14 July 1920, 14 June 1933, re Java Head.
Richardson, Charles E., 3 TLS, 1 Telegram to Hemphill, John, September-November 1933, re Java Head.
Shair, Ruth M., 2 TLS to Hemphill, John, 14 December 1932, 19 December 1932, re Java Head.
Swarts, Louis E., TccL to Famous Players-Lasky Corporation, 4 August 1922, re Java Head.
Swarts, Louis E., 20 TLS, 2 telegrams to Hemphill, John, 1922-1931, re Java Head.
Watson, Jean, TLS to Hemphill, John, 27 October 1927, re Java Head.
Weinberger, Frances, TLS to Hemphill, John, 10 August 1922, re Java Head.
Wells, D. M., 3 TccLS to Hemphill, John, 2 May 1924, 23 May 1924, 10 June 1924, re Java Head.
"John Brown’s Body"
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45.6 Hemphill, John, TL to Goodman, Philip, 7 Aug 1928, re John Brown’s Body.
Philip Goodman (Offices of), 3 Memoranda of Agreement with Hergesheimer, Joseph regarding "John Brown’s Body," 2 TLS, 1928, 31 July 1928, 8 August 1928.
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45.7 "Lay Anthony," typed memoranda of agreements between Hergesheimer, Joseph and publishers regarding Lay Anthony, [16pp], 1914-1947. Publishers include Alfred A. Knopf, Curtis Brown Ltd., Mitchell Kennerley.
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45.8 "The Limestone Tree," 32 Letters, July 1930-February 1933, nd, including correspondence to and from Aaron, Manley; Chapter, Sonia K. (Alfred A. Knopf, Inc.); Everitt, C. R. (Curtis Brown, Ltd.); Hemphill, John; Hergesheimer, Dorothy Hemphill; Hubman, Henry A.; Kearton, C. R. (Curtis Brown, Ltd.); Knopf, Alfred A.; Powell, Beatrice; Salzburg, Saul (Alfred A. Knopf, Inc.); Shair, Ruth M. (Alfred A. Knopf, Inc.); some unidentified.
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45.9 "Linda Condon," typed memorandum of agreement and correspondence between Hergesheimer, Joseph and Alfred A. Knopf Publishers regarding Linda Condon, [4pp], 1919-1920.
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45.10 "Love Can Happen," 23 letters, August 1935-May 1926, nd, including correspondence to and from Alice Kauser Motion Picture Department; Burton, Harry Payne; Chapter, Sonia K. (Alfred A. Knopf, Inc.); Cohen, Jeane (Columbia Pictures Corporation); Curtis Brown Ltd.; Fadiman, William James (Samuel Goldwyn Inc.); Giffen, R. L.; Halliday, Richard (Paramount Pictures); Hawley, B. J.; Hemphill, John; Hergesheimer, Dorothy Hemphill; Hergesheimer, Joseph; Hubman, Henry A.; Lewton, Nina (Metro-Goldwyn-Meyer); Mackey, Loretta (RKO Radio Pictures); Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corporation, some unidentified.
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45.11 "Mountain Blood," typed memoranda of agreements and correspondence between Hergesheimer, Joseph and two publishers (Alfred A. Knopf, Mitchell Kennerley) regarding Mountain Blood, [10pp], 1914-1920.
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45.12 "Natchez," 45 letters, 8 telegrams, July-November 1928, December 1937-January 1938, including correspondence to and from: Burkan, Nathan; Chambrun, Jacques; The Editors, Saturday Evening Post; Goldwyn, Samuel; Goodman, Philip; Hemphill, John; Hergesheimer, Joseph; Knopf, Alfred A.; Lehr, Abraham; McGee, John (Federal Theater Project of New York); Mulvey, James A. (Samuel Goldwyn); Neal, Adelaide (Curtis Publishing Company); Schwartz, Charles; Wilk, Jacob; Woodcock, Lydia I.
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45.13-46.1 "The Party Dress," 4 telegrams, 32 TL, 99 TLS, 1 advertisment, 1 contract, 1929-1938, including correspondence to and from: Brown, Katherine; Chapter, Sonia K.; Christie, Helga; Cormack, Bartlett; Curtis Brown; Davy, Barbara; Hemphill, John; Hergesheimer, Joseph; Howell, Miriam; Knopf, Alfred A. (or Aaron, Manley); Lengel, Wm C.; Marbury, Elizabeth; Powell, Beatrice; Randall, W. L.; Rowholt, Ernst; Schmidt, Walter; Swarts, Louis E.; Universal Pictures Corporation (Werner, Dave C.); Watson, Jean; some unidentified.
"Point Argent"
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46.2 Hemphill, John, 3 TLS to Wilk, Jacob, 1930 December 26-30, re Point Argent.
Hergesheimer, Joseph, TLS to Swarts, Louis E., 1930 December 24, re Point Argent.
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46.3 "The Presbyterian Child," typed memoranda of agreements between Hergesheimer, Joseph, and two publishers (Alfred A. Knopf and William Heinemann) regarding The Presbyterian Child, [6pp], 1923-1924.
"The Quiet Cities"
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46.4 3 ALS, 95 TL and TLS, 1928, 1934-1941, includes correspondence to and from: Chapter, Sonia; Curtis Brown Ltd.; Hemphill, John; Hergesheimer, Joseph; Hively, Wells; Frielander, R.C.; Knopf, Alfred A.; McGee, John; McIlvaine, Ellan; Richards, Stanley; Swarts, Louis E.; Szold, Bernard; Woodcock, Lydia Keyes; Woodcock, Wm. I., some unidentified.
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46.5 Typed memoranda of agreements between Hergesheimer, Joseph, and two publishers (Alfred A. Knopf and Bernhard Tauchnitz Publishers) regarding Quiet Cities, [12pp], 1927-1928. In English and German.
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46.6 "San Cristobal de la Habana," typed memorandum of agreement and correspondence between Hergesheimer, Joseph, and Alfred A. Knopf Publishers regarding San Cristobal de la Habana, [4pp], 1920.
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46.7 "Swords and Roses," 19 TL and TLS, 1 letter in French from the Agence Litteraire Internationale, 1 cutout description of Swords and Roses, 1 invitation to lecture by Schoenemann, Friedrich, 1929-1930, includes correspondence to and from: Aaron, Manley M.; Curtis Brown Ltd.; Hart, Judith; Hemphill, John; Hergesheimer, Joseph; Knopf, Alfred A.; Watson, Jean.
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46.8 "Tampico," 100 TL and TLs, 3 Telegrams, 1926-1933, 1940-1941, includes correspondence to and from: Aaron, Manley M.; Baron of Werkman, Charles; Brandt, Carl; Cohn, Janet; Cormack, Bartlett; Curtis Brown, Ltd.; Davy, Barbara; Decker, D.O.; Fiedler, Dr. Kurt; Fields, Wm. A.; Freedman, Harold; Hart, Judith; Hemphill, John; Hergesheimer, Joseph; Knopf, Alfred A.; McLeary, Louise; Powell, Beatrice; Sillcox, Luise; Tonga, R. B.; Watson, Jean, some unidentified.
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46.9 "Tampico" (Stage Production), 1 TL, 1 financial statement from Fields, Wm. A. for Windsor Theatre, 8 box office statements for production of "Tampico" at Windsor Theatre, 1 financial statement from Fields, Wm. A. for Broad St. Theatre, 8 box office statements for production of "Tampico" at Broad St. Theatre, 1928, 1941, includes correspondence to and from:Curtis Brown, Ltd.; Fields, Wm. A.
"Three Black Pennys"
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46.10 1 ALS, 120 TL and TLS, 4 Telegrams, 1924, 1928, 1930, 1934, 1940-1944, includes correspondence to and from: Brylawski, Fulton; Hemphill, John; Hergesheimer, Joseph; Knopf, Alfred A.; Swarts, Louis E.;
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46.11 1 ALS, 57 TL and TLS, 3 Telegrams, 1923-1934, includes correspondence to and from: Curtis Brown Ltd.; Hemphill, John; Hergesheimer, Joseph; Hubman, Henry A.; Knopf, Alfred A.; Madden, Richard; Salsbury, Henry L.; Swarts, Louis E.; Turnbull, Margaret, some unidentified.
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46.12 1 ALS, 18 TL and TLS, 2 legal agreements for "Three Black Pennys," 1924, includes correspondence to and from: Hemphill, John; Hergesheimer, Joseph; Knopf, Alfred A.; Lasky, Jesse L.; Swarts, Louis E.; Weinberger, Francis.
"Tropical Winter"
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46.13 10 TL and TLS, 1933, 1938, includes correspondence to and from: Cane, Virginia; Chambrun, Jacques; Hemphill, John; Knopf, Alfred A.; Powell, Beatrice, some unidentified.
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46.14 Typed memoranda of agreements and option agreement between Hergesheimer, Joseph and publishers regarding Tropical Winter [28pp], 1933-1954. Correspondents include Alfred A. Knopf Publishers, Authors Playhouse, Inc., Curtis Brown Ltd., and Phoenix Verlag A.G. Shcherz & Hallwag, Berne.
"Wild Oranges"
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46.15 14 Telegrams, 100 TL and TLS, 1922-23, includes correspondence to and from: Banzhaf, Albert; Hemphill, John; Hergesheimer, Joseph; Hess, Gabriel; Hubman, Henry A; Knopf, Alfred A.; Milligan, Carl; Scheuer, Lewis M. Swarts, Louis E., some unidentified.
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46.16 1 Telegram, 75 TL and TLS, 1923, 1941, 1945, includes correspondence to and from: Hemphill, John; Hergesheimer, Dorothy; Hergesheimer, Joseph; Hess, Gabriel; Hubman, Henry A; Knopf, Alfred A.; Lesser, Joseph; Lorimer, George; Scheuer, Lewis M.; Sober, Pincus; Swarts, Louis E.; Weiss, Aaron, some unidentified.
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46.17 "The Young Must Lose," 31 TL and TLS, 1933, includes correspondence to and from: Colegaugh, Charles; Hemphill, John; Hergesheimer, Joseph; Hubman, Henry A; Knopf, Alfred A.; Lengel, William C.



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