University of Texas, Harry Ransom Humanities Research Center

George Reavey:

An Inventory of His Collection at the Harry Ransom Center



Creator: Reavey, George, 1907-1976
Title: George Reavey Papers
Dates: 1914-1976, undated
Abstract: The papers of the Russian-born Irish surrealist poet, literary agent, publisher, and translator George Reavey include manuscripts for his works and translations, his extensive correspondence, papers for his Europa Press and European Literary Bureau, as well as various personal papers for Reavey and his family.
Call Number: Manuscript Collection MS-3430
Extent: 114 document boxes, 1 card box (48.30 linear feet), 2 oversize folders (osf), 1 galley folder (gf)
Language: Chiefly English and Russian language materials, with materials also written in French, Italian, and Polish
Repository: The University of Texas at Austin, Harry Ransom Center

Scope and Contents

The papers of the Russian-born Irish surrealist poet, translator, literary agent, and publisher George Reavey include notes and manuscript drafts for his poems, his works on Russian literature and life, and his translations of Russian literary works into English, along with extensive correspondence, personal papers, and manuscripts by others. Materials relating to Reavey's Bureau Littéraire Européen (later European Literary Bureau) and the publications of his Europa Press are also present. English, French, Italian, Polish and Russian language materials are present throughout. A small segment of this preliminary inventory replicates and replaces 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.

The papers range in date from 1914 to 1976 and are arranged in four series: Works, Letters, Recipient, and Miscellaneous, followed by a separate small group of materials previously described in the card catalog.

The Works series (boxes 1-39) contains manuscripts for a number of Reavey's works, including The Colours of Memory (1955), Faust's Metamorphoses (1932), 14 Great Short Stories by Soviet Authors (1959), Modern Soviet Short Stories (1961), The New Russian Poets (1966), Nostradam (1935), and Signes d'Adieu (1935). There are also a number of Reavey's diaries, notebooks, and notes. Because Reavey was Samuel Beckett's first literary agent, there are memoirs, notes, and writings by Reavey about Beckett in this series. For a complete list of manuscript works by Reavey, see the Index of Works located at the end of this finding aid.

Letters written by Reavey are found in the Letters series (boxes 40-42), and his incoming correspondence is located in the Recipient series (boxes 43-63). Authors, writers, artists, translators, publications, publishers, and universities make up the bulk of Reavey's correspondents, which include notables such as Samuel Beckett, Brian Coffey, Denis Devlin, Stanley William Hayter, John Lehmann, Thomas MacGreevy, Marianne Moore, Boris Pasternak, Irene Rice Pereira, Dylan Thomas and others. For a complete list of correspondent names, see the Index of Letters (Reavey's outgoing) and the Index of Recipients (Reavey's incoming) located at end of this finding aid.

The Miscellaneous series (boxes 64-114) includes works and/or correspondence written by or to persons other than Reavey. Most frequently, the works represent by translations created by Reavey or others. The files often include the English translations along with original Russian texts, usually pasteup copies from print sources. Russian authors whose works predominate include Andrey Bely, Boris Pasternak, and Yevgeny Yevtushenko, but the work of more than fifty other Russian poets or writers are represented.

Samuel Beckett, Brian Coffey, Denis Devlin, Paul Éluard, Charles Henri Ford, and George Reavey are also documented in files for Reavey's Europa Press (1932-1939), which contain advertisements, order forms, book jackets, specimen pages, and some financial information. Also dating from the 1930s, Reavey's European Literary Bureau is represented by an author list and some contracts, notes, and sales information. Some manuscripts in the Miscellaneous series also bear the label or stamp of the European Literary Bureau, but are filed under the author's name. Among the authors represented by original manuscripts in this series are Denis Devlin, Georges Duhamel, Paul Éluard, Jacques Maritain, and Alexey Remizov among others.

Many personal papers in the Miscellaneous series help to illuminate Reavey's life, such as address and appointment books, biographical and bibliographical notes, contracts, divorce papers, financial records, notebooks, passports, school certificates, and teaching and other employment records. Also present are works, correspondence, and other papers of Reavey's three wives: Gwynedd Reavey (married 1937; divorced 1950), artist Irene Rice Pereira (1902-1971; married 1950, divorced 1959), and playwright Jean Bullowa Reavey (1917-1987; married 1960). The materials representing Pereira are the most extensive and help to document her career. Other relations, such as Reavey's father Daniel and his mother Sophia, are represented by correspondence and other papers.

A small group of printed invitations, programs, catalogs, and flyers in the Reavey papers represent a number of literary and other cultural events, such as art exhibitions, concerts, readings, and other cultural events, including the London International Surrealism Exhibition of 1936.

A detailed Index of items in the Miscellaneous series is included at the end of this finding aid.

The materials previously described in the card catalog include nearly 200 letters between George Reavey and Samuel Beckett from 1932-1976; letters from Beckett to Gwynedd Reavey; letters between Beckett and Jean Bullowa Reavey; a manuscript by Paul Éluard; and a letter from Edward Weeks to Reavey. The container list reproduces the card catalog descriptions of all of these materials, with box 115 containing the letters of Samuel Beckett to George Reavey. The rest of the card catalog materials were distributed into the previous four series as appropriate. The card catalog materials are also indexed in the relevant indexes contained in this finding aid.


Restrictions

Access:

Open for research


Separated Material

The Ransom Center Photography Collection holds the George Reavey Literary File, consisting of 174 photographs, almost half of which are views of the German invasion of the Soviet Union during World War II. Additional subjects include Reavey, his second wife Irene Rice Pereira, Samuel Beckett, Boris Pasternak, Dylan Thomas, and various other people.


Administrative Information

Acquisition:

Purchase and gift, 1981-1982 (R9199, G1058, R9534)

Processed by:

Delia Avila, 1996; revised by Joan Sibley, 2016

Note:

This finding aid replicates and replaces 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.


Container List

Works:

Unidentified and untitled works:
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1.1-2 Anthology on Russian poetry, composite handwritten, typed and printed pages
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1.3-4 Mostly incomplete works, handwritten and typed manuscripts
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1.5-6 Work on Lenin, typescript
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114. Handwritten research / bibliography notes on index cards
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2.1 A
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2.2 Articles and essays regarding Andrey Bely
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2.3-4 Articles and essays regarding Boris Pasternak
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2.5 Autograf, handwritten poems
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2.6 B-C
Broadcasts:
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2.6 Eugene Onegin
The Soviet attitude towards the arts
The Soviet idea of peace
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2.7 Contacts and intercourse
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2.8 Soviet literature since the decree of 1946
The colours of memory (published 1955):
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2.9 Typescript
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gf 1 Galleys
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2.10 Corrected page proofs
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2.11 Page proofs
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2.12 Printed pages / photocopies
A critical biography of Maxim Gorky:
Notebooks:
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3.1 1868-1913
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3.2 1905-1913
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3.3 1917-1921
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4.1 1914-1916
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4.2 1922-1927
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4.3 1928
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5.1 1929-1932
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5.2 1933-1936
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5.3-6.1 Unlabeled
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6.2 Articles, 1895-1933
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6.3-4 Unlabeled
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7.1 Gorky, family, personalities
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7.2 Unlabeled
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7.3 Bibliography, miscellaneous data
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8.1 Stories, novels
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8.2-4 Handwritten manuscript and notes regarding his life and work
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8.5 Outline, typescripts
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9.1 D
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9.2 Dainas, handwritten and typed poems
Diaries:
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9.3 Entries, some incomplete dates
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9.4 1929-1930
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9.5 1930; includes notes on literature, art, etc.
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9.6 1931
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9.7 1933
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9.8 1934
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9.9 1936 July-December
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9.10 1945 diary/appointment book
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10.1 1947 January-February
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10.2 1949 diary/appointment book
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10.3 1955
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10.4 1961 diary/appointment book
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10.5 1962 diary/appointment book
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11.1 1963 January-June
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12.1 1963 diary/appointment book
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11.2 1965 diary/appointment book
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11.3 1966 diary/appointment book
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11.4 1970 diary/addresses
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12.2 1970 diary/appointment book
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12.3 1971 diary/appointment book
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12.4 Early poems, circa 1928, TM and printed in notebook
The endless chain:
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12.5 Typescripts
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12.6 Typed and printed pages
Faust's metamorphoses (published 1932):
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13.1 Handwritten manuscript and outline
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13.2-3 Typescripts
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13.4 Composite printed pages with handwritten notes
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13.5-6 Galleys
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13.7-8 Page proofs / incomplete
Fifty years of Soviet Russian poetry:
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13.9 Part I, typescripts
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13.10 Part II, III, IV, typescripts
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13.11-12 Miscellaneous poems, composite handwritten, typed, and printed pages
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13.13 Tables of contents, notes
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14.1 Foreword to A sky-blue life and selected stories by Maxim Gorky
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14.2 Foreword to Life of Vladimir, the ardent sun translated by Yuri Arbatsky
14 great short stories by Soviet authors (published 1959):
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14.3 Notes, tables of contents, preface, copyright and credits
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14.4 Galleys
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14.5 Frailties, typescript poems; see also Frailty of love; Signes d'adieu
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14.6 Frailty of love, typescript poems
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14.7-8 From Blok to Yevtushenko: An anthology, typescripts
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15.1 G-L
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15.2 Inner alphabet, typescript poems
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15.3 Introduction to On a field azure by Alexey Remizov, typescript
Lectures, handwritten and typed manuscripts:
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15.4 James Joyce and his Dubliners
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15.10 The poet and the minotaur
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15.6 Round about the Joycean year of 1882 and back to a source
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15.7 Some reflections on the theory and practice of Soviet literature and criticism
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15.8 Soviet literature, I, II, and III
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15.9 Soviet literature since the resolution of 1946
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15.5 A survey of Russian and Soviet literature
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15.11 M
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15.12 Maxim Gorky and some of his Marxist critics, typescripts
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15.13 Maxim Gorky in Marxist criticism, typescripts
The major Russian poets since 1917:
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16.1-3 Composite typed and printed pages
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16.4 Galleys with handwritten corrections
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16.5 Galleys / Russian text
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16.6 Appendices
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16.7 Bibliography
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16.8 Biographical sketches of poets
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16.9 Introduction, notes, miscellany
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16.10 Text for book jacket
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17.1 Memoirs, typescript and drafts of sections regarding Samuel Beckett
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17.2 Memorial testimony for Watson O'Dell Pierce
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17.3 Mikhail Lermontov and the modern man, typescript
Modern Soviet short stories (published 1961):
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17.4 Galleys
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17.5 Printed pages and photocopies
Biographical sketches on authors:
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17.6 Handwritten manuscript and notes
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17.7 Typescripts
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17.8 Composite typed and printed text with handwritten revisions
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17.9 Introduction and blurb
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17.10-18.2 Stories, composite typed and printed pages
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18.3 Tables of contents
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18.4 N
The new Russian poets (published 1966):
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18.5-7 Galleys
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18.8 Page proofs, fragment
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18.9 Biographies of poets
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19.1 Introduction, typescripts
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19.2 Layout pages, handwritten manuscript and fragment
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19.3 Notes
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19.4 Original Russian sources and bibliography
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19.5-6 Poems, typescript with handwritten corrections
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19.7 Poems in Russian, composite typed, printed and photocopied pages
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19.8 Tables of contents, handwritten manuscript
Nostradam: A sequence of poems (published 1935):
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20.1 Typescript
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20.2 Page proofs
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20.3 Printed pages with some handwritten notes
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20.4 Book jackets and engraving by S. W. Hayter
Notebooks:
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20.5 Drafts of poems, quotations, names, addresses
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20.6 Drawings, chemistry lessons, language lessons
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20.7 Math homework and English poetry, circa 1922
Notes regarding:
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21.1-3 Russian literature and language classes taught at Manchester University plus exam questions
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21.4 Lectures delivered to the Institute of International Relations plus pamphlets
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21.5 Russian literature class
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21.6-22.6 Various topics, especially Russian literature and writers
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23.1 American and British literature
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23.2 Beckett, Samuel, handwritten manuscript and notebook
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23.3 Books and addresses
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23.4 Bugaev, Boris (pseudonym Andrey Bely)
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23.5 Bugaev and others
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23.6 Bugaev and symbolism
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23.7 Drama, the novel, Chinese poets, etc.
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24.1 Economics, circa 1924-1926
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24.2 European history
Finnegans wake by James Joyce:
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24.4-5 Handwritten manuscript and clippings in a notebook
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24.6-25.2 Handwritten manuscript
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27.6-28.1 Notes written in printed texts
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25.3 History, Shakespeare, poetics, etc.
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25.4 Horace, Byron, William Hazlitt, and others
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25.5 Law and government, history, etc.
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25.6 Literature, art history, history, and philosophy
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25.7 Literary criticism
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25.8 Medieval history
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26.1 19th century European history
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26.2 Painting and light
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26.3-5 Pasternak, Boris
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26.6 Philosophy, literature, and history
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26.7 Political and economic systems
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26.8-9 Political thought and history
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26.10 Reavey's books of poems and poetry in general
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26.11 Russian literature and history
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26.12 Russian vocabulary
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27.1 Science, with sketches
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27.3 Soviet literature and art, taken from Literary Gazette and other sources, handwritten manuscript and notebook
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27.2 Thomas, Dylan
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27.4 U.S.S.R. and Maxim Gorky in 1928, handwritten manuscript and printed pamphlet
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27.5 Wordsworth, Blake, Coleridge, and others
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24.3 Yevtushenko, Yevgeny
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28.2 O-Pq
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28.3 On Samuel Beckett's Happy days
Poems:
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28.4 Fragments, workings, and drafts
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28.5-6 Unidentified
Written in a notebook/notepad:
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28.7-8 Undated, incomplete dates
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28.9 Circa 1922-1930
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28.10 Circa 1923-1926
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28.11 Including poetic forms and vocabulary, undated
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28.12 Including drafts of poems and notes
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28.13 Including handwritten manuscript drafts and fragments
Untitled:
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29.1 A-F
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29.2 G-Im
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29.3 In-M
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29.4 N-R
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29.5 Mephistopheles calls…
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29.6 S-Th
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29.7 Ti-Wn
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29.8 Wo-Z
Titled:
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30.1 A
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30.2 Anatomy of Faust
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30.3 Arctic requiem
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30.4 B
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30.5 Between dusk and stardust
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30.6 Beyond surprise
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30.7 Birds out of storm
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30.8 Builders of Europe
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30.9 C
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30.10 The child of summer
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31.1 D
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31.2 The damnation of Faust
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31.3 Dilemma
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31.4 E
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31.5 Eavesdropper
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31.6 Entente: Epithalamium
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31.7 Every Eve
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31.8 F
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31.9 The farewell of Aeneas
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31.10 Farewell to Faust
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31.11 Faust's dialectic
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31.12 Faust's rape of Helen
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32.1 G-H
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32.2 Green and blue
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32.3 Grimalkin
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32.4 Hic jacet
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32.5 Hippolytus
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32.6 I
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32.7 I walk transparent
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32.8 In memoriam: J. F. K. (published individually 1964)
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32.9 J-K
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32.10 Le jardin nocturne
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32.11 L
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32.12 Light
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32.13 M
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32.14 Man out of yolk
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32.15 N
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32.16 Never
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32.17 New York à la Quixote
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33.1 O
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33.2 O my sister
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33.3 On the grand tour: Homage to Mr. Boswell
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33.4 Painter - spring
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33.5 Playwright - autumn
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33.6 Post-mortem of Faust
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33.7 P
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33.8 Q-R
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33.9 Quixotic gas
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33.10 Quixotic realism
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33.11 The rowdy sun
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33.12 Sa-Sd
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33.13 Sancho's lament
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33.14 Scylla and Charybdis
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34.1 Se-Sz
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34.2 Seven seas
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34.3 A simple skeleton's complaint about his complex bard
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34.4 The sinking of the S.S. Jutland
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34.5 The stolen door
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34.6 T
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34.7 That lovely unrest
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34.8 The thorn of the ways
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34.9 This age, this Faust
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34.10 Tyrrhenian black
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34.11 U-V
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34.12 Ushered
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34.13 The voyage
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35.1; osf 1 W
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35.2 Were your lips but grave stone
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35.3 When Helen came
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35.4 Where, o where?
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35.5 Wild bitter
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35.6 Wind tracked into night
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35.7 Winter's tale
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35.8 X-Z
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35.9 Pr-Pz
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35.10 Problems of communism, poems, typescripts
Proposals:
Anthologies:
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35.11 Based on recent autobiographical material published in the Soviet Union
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35.12 Of Russian poetry
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35.13 On Russian Symbolist, Acmeist, and Futurist poets
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35.14 The modern Russian mind
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35.15 Books: The dividing years
Translations:
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35.16 The humpbacked horse by Pyotr Pavlovich Yershov
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35.17 General translations, anthologies, poems, etc.
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36.1 Q
Quixotic perquisitions: First series (published 1939):
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36.2-3 Typescripts
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36.4 Galleys
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36.5 Page proofs
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36.6 Page proofs, uncut
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37.1 R
Reader's reports:
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37.2 The risky life of Valentin Almazov by Valery Tarsis, plus additional notes
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37.3 The silver dove by Andrey Bely
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37.4 When the sun rises by Mikhail Zoshchenko
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37.5 Review of One day in the life of Ivan Denisovich by Aleksandr Solzhenitsyn
Russian letters:
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37.6-7 Typescript with handwritten corrections
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37.8-38.2 Typescript with many handwritten corrections
The Russian thought pattern:
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38.3 Typescript
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36.7 Proofs
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38.4 S
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38.5 Signes d'adieu (Frailty of love), handwritten, typed, and proof pages, engraving by Roger Vieillard for proof of book jacket (published 1935)
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38.6 Some background material about Samuel Beckett and George Reavey in the year 1940
Soviet literature to-day (published 1946):
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38.7-39.1 Typescripts
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39.2 Typescript fragment
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39.3 Galleys
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39.4 Page proofs
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39.5 T-Z



Letters:

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40.1 Unidentified
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40.2 A-D
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40.3 Beckett, Samuel, 1953-1975, undated
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40.4 Coffey, Brian, 1937-1974
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40.5 E-G
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40.6 H-J
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40.7 K-Md
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40.8 Me-O
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40.9 October House, 1964-1970
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40.10 P-R
Pereira, Irene Rice:
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41.1 Undated; 1950 February-March
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41.2 1950 April-May
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41.3 1950 May-1951 June
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41.4 1951 July-September
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41.5 1951 September-1954
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41.6 Miscellany, including postmarked envelopes
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40.11 Praeger, (Frederick A.) Inc., 1960-1974
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42.1 Reavey, Gwynedd, 1937-1947
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42.2 Rolph, John Alexander, 1955
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42.3 S-V
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42.4 W-Z
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42.5 Envelopes



Recipient:

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43.1 Unidentified
Incomplete identification:
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43.2 A-D
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43.3 E-J
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43.4 Helen
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43.5 K-Q
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43.6 R-Z
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43.7 Russian letters
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43.8 Envelopes
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44.1 A
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44.2 Ainscough, Hilda, 1934-1937
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44.3 Aley (Maxwell) Associates, 1960-1969
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44.4 American Committee for Liberation, 1958-1962
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44.5-6 American Friends Service Committee, 1949
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44.7 Arbatsky, Yuri, 1948-1949
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44.8 Arco, Lyda, 1966-1975; see also Long, Lyda Arco
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44.9 Arizona University, Ruth Stephan Poetry Center, 1964-1967
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44.10 Avon Books, 1959-1967
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45.1 B-Bh
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45.2 Bair, Deirdre, 1972-1975
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45.3 Bantam Books, 1962-1970
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46.1-3 Barclays Bank Ltd., 1937-1971; also includes account books and statements, cancelled checks, and checkbook stubs
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45.4 Barnstone, Willis, 1961-1962
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45.5 Beckett, Kay West, 1966-1975
Beckett, Samuel:
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45.6 1935-1976
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66.6 1932-1976, undated
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45.7 Berdyaev, Nikolai, 1935-1946
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45.9 Bi-Brn
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45.8 Blake, Patricia, 1959-1966
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45.10 Bowers, Faubion, 1966
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45.11 Bradley, William Aspenwall, 1931-1947
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45.12 British Broadcasting Corporation, 1934-1972
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47.1 Bro-Bz
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47.2 Brockway, Frederick, 1938-1965
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47.3 Brokenshaw, Louise, 1937-1962
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47.6 Bronowski, Jacob, 1930-1953
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47.4 Brown, Alec, 1932-1934
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47.5 Burford, Roger, 1944-1974
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47.7 C-Cn
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47.9 Caedmon Records, 1963-1971
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47.8 Calder and Boyers Ltd., 1959-1974
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47.10 Carewe, Sylvia, 1955-1956
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47.11 Centenary Press, 1935-1940
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47.12 Charnay, Pierre, 1936-1952
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47.13 Churchill, C. Richard, 1948-1954
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47.14 Churchill, Clapham & Co., 1948-1951
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48.1 Co-Cq
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48.2 Coffey, Brian, 1935-1975
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48.3 Collier Books, 1961-1962
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48.4 Columbia University Press, 1964-1969
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48.5 Conte, Andrée, 1930-1932
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48.7 Cr-Cz
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48.8 Crowell (Thomas Y.) Company, 1962-1964
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48.9 D-Dd
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48.6 D_____, Norah, 1928-1931
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49.1 Daniels, Guy, 1960-1963
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49.2 De-Dn
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49.3 De Mauny, Erik, 1951-1972
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49.4 Dent (J. M.) & Sons, 1936-1939
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49.5 Devlin, Denis, 1935-1948
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49.6 Do-Dz
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49.7 Dramatic Publishing Co., 1958-1963
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49.8 Drummond (Lindsay) Ltd., 1940-1948
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49.9 Duhamel, Blanche, 1932-1938
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49.10 Duval, Elga, 1970-1971
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49.11 E
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49.12 Emin, Gevorg, 1974?
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49.13 Evergreen Review, 1960
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50.1 Fa-Fn
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50.2 Farrar, Straus, & Giroux, Inc., 1961-1974
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50.3 Ferris, Gwendolyn, 1950
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50.4 Fey, Isabella, 1957
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50.5 Fo-Fz
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50.6 G-Go
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50.7 General Development Corporation, 1959-1962
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50.8 Globus (Rudo S.) Inc., 1960-1961
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50.9 Good, Thomas, 1937-1947
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50.10 Good Housekeeping, 1962-1968
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51.1 Gp-Gz
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51.2 Grand, Mary Garrison, 1958-1963
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51.3-4 Great Britain British Council, 1939-1947
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51.5 Grosset & Dunlop, Inc., 1960-1970
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51.6-7 Grove Press, 1953-1975
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52.1 Ha-Hd
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52.2 Hamilton (Hamish) Ltd., 1937-1971
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52.3 Harcourt, Melville, 1959-1960
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52.4 Hare, Kenneth, 1936-1939
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52.5 Hayter, Stanley William, 1932-1975
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52.6 He-Hos
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52.7 Hertz (Alexander) & Co., 1964-1972
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52.8 Hot-Hz
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52.9 Houghton Mifflin Co., 1949-1966
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52.10 I
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52.11 Ivask, George, 1956-1969
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53.1 J
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53.2 Jean, Marcel, 1970-1975
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53.3 Johnson, Buffie, 1949
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53.4 Jones, Gareth, 1931-1935
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53.5 K
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53.6 Kelleher, Koki, 1949
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53.7 Kinzer, Ilona, 1970-1976
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53.8 Koch, Vivienne, 1955-1958
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53.9 Kunts, Marthe, 1939-1950
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53.10 La-Lh
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53.11 Lace Curtain, 1970-1971
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53.12 Lawrence, John Waldemar, 1943-1974
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53.13 Lehmann, John, 1932-1947
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53.14 Leone, Vivien, 1967-1970
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54.1 Li-Lz
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54.2-3 Lippmann, Elga, 1949-1950
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54.4 Long, Lyda Arco, 1960-1975
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54.5 Lord (Sterling) Agency, 1949-1972
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54.6 M-Mac
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54.7 McAlpine, Helen, 1952-1968
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54.8 McAlpine, William, 1949-1952
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54.9 MacGreevy, Thomas, 1931-1953
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54.10 McKinley, Hazel, 1957-1975
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54.11 MacMillan Company, 1952-1965
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55.1 Mad-Md
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55.2 Makins, Carlotta, 1948-1950
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55.3 Manchester University, 1950-1951
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55.4 Mandy, Shaun, 1954
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55.5 Martell, Alison, 1971-1976
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55.6 Me-Mn
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55.7 Meridian Books, 1948-1961
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55.8 Mo-Mz
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55.9 Montague, Evelyn, 1972-1974
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55.10 Moore, Marianne, 1958-1960
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55.11 Morrison, Reid B., 1968
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55.12 Morrow (William) & Co., 1962-1969
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55.13 Moyles, Donald, 1963-1968
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55.14 Na-Nd
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56.1 Ne-Nz
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56.2 New American Library, 1955-1972
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56.3 New York City. City College
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56.4 Noonday Press, 1953-1959
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56.5 Noxon, Gerald F., 1929-1930
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56.6 O
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56.7-8 October House Inc., 1964-1973
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56.9 Onassis, Jacqueline Kennedy, 1964
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56.10 Owen, (Peter) Ltd., 1959
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57.1 P-Ph
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57.2 PEN, 1936-1973
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57.3 Palmer, Winthrop, 1958-1971
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57.4 Pasternak, Boris, 1931-1960
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57.5 Pearn, Pollinger & Higham, Ltd., 1938-1961
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57.6 Pegasus, 1966-1967
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57.7 Penguin Books Ltd., 1947-1966
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57.8 Pergamon Press Ltd.
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57.9 Pi-Pt
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57.10 Poetry, 1932-1955
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57.11 Poetry Society of America, 1959-1972
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57.12 Post College, Brookville, New York, 1956-1965
Pereira, Irene Rice:
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58.1 Undated or incomplete dates
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58.2 1950 January-March
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58.3 1950 April-May
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58.4 1950 May-December
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58.5 1951 January-July
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58.6 1951 August-September
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58.7 1951 October-1953
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59.1 1954
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59.2 1955-1964
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59.3 Envelopes
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59.4 Pu-Q
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59.5 Putnam, Samuel, 1930-1949
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59.6 Putnam's (G. P.) Sons, 1947-1970
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59.7 R-Rea
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59.8 Radio Liberty, 1963-1968
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59.9 Reader's Digest, 1971-1972
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60.5 Reavey, Emma, 1936-1948
Reavey, Gwynedd:
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59.10 Undated; 1939-1941
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59.11 1942-1944
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60.1 1945-1950
Reavey, Jean Bullowa:
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60.2 Undated; 1959-1967
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60.3 1967-1969
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60.4 1969-1975
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60.6 Reavey, Selly, 1936-1939
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60.8 Reb-Rh
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60.7 Renaud, Yves, 1938
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60.9 Research Program on the U.S.S.R., New York, 1953
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61.1 Ri-Rz
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61.2 Ris, Suzan Van, undated
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61.3 Rockefeller Foundation, 1948-1955
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61.4 Rolph, John Alexander, 1954-1955
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61.5 Rubenstein, Nash & Co., 1939-1954
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61.6 S-Sg
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61.7 Saturday Review, 1961-1967
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61.8 Scholastic Magazines, Inc., 1963-1972
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61.9 Semaphore, 1946-1947
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61.10 Sergel, Christopher, 1960-1962
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61.11 Sh-Ss
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61.12 Slonim, Marc, 1932-1949
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61.13 Soviet Literature 1917-1962 Conference, 1962
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61.14 St
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61.15 Stuart, Francis, 1930-1937
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61.16 Stubbing, Tony, 1961-1973
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62.1 Su-Sz
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62.2 Survey, 1960-1962
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62.3 Sweeney, John L., 1937-1956
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62.4 T-Tq
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62.6 Temple Press, 1937-1938
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62.7 Thomas, Dylan, 1936-1938
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62.5 Tr-Tz
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62.8 Treece, Henry, 1933-1947
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62.9 Trevelyan, Julian, 1932-1974
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62.10 U
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62.11 United States Educational Commission in the United Kingdom, 1951
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62.12 V
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62.14 Velde, Geer van, 1936-1948
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63.1 Velde, Lisl van, 1935-1970
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62.13 Velde, Tovey van de, 1932-1938
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63.2 Vernadsky, George, 1959-1963
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63.3 W-Wh
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63.4 Watkins (Ann) Inc., 1947-1973
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63.5 Weybright and Talley, Inc., 1967-1969
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63.6 Whitney, Thomas P., 1964-1966
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63.7 Wi-Wz
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63.8 Williams, Oscar, 1939-1964
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63.9 Wright, Elizabeth Buckland, 1965-1976
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63.10 Wright, John Buckland, 1938-1948
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63.11 Wright, Mary Buckland, 1939-1964
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63.12 X-Z
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63.13 Yaddo, 1953-1956
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63.14 Yale University Press, 1947-1951
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63.15 Young Men's and Young Women's Hebrew Association, New York. Poetry Center, 1953-1969



Miscellaneous:

Unidentified authors:
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64.1, 65.6 Correspondence, 1953-1960
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64.2-6, 65.5 English-language manuscripts with some identifications, chiefly undated
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64.7 English-language manuscripts without identifications, chiefly undated
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64.8 French-language manuscripts without identifications, undated
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64.9-65.4 Russian-language manuscripts and printed texts without identifications, chiefly undated
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65.7 A-Aq
Abramov, Fyodor:
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65.8 The new life: a day on a collective farm, English translation by George Reavey, galleys, 1963
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65.9 Round and about, typed English translation, undated
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65.10 Akhmadulina, Bella, typed English poems, pasteup Russian text, undated
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65.11 Akhmatova, Anna, handwritten and typed English poems, pasteup English and Russian text, 1957, undated
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66.1 Ar-Az
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66.2 Arbatsky, Yuri. Autobiography, typed English translation, undated
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66.3 B
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66.4 Bagritsky, Eduard Georgiyevich, handwritten and typed English poems, pasteup Russian text, undated
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66.5 Barnstone, Willis. Antijournal, typescript, undated
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66.6 Beckett, Samuel, 1959-1976, undated
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66.7 Blok, Alexander, typed English poems, pasteup Russian text, undated
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66.8 Brockway, Frederick, 1938-1947, undated
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66.9 Brodsky, Joseph, handwritten and typed English poems, pasteup Russian text, undated
Bugaev, Boris Nikolaevich (pseudonym Andrey Bely):
Kotik Letayev, translated by George Reavey:
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67.2-3 Typescript with handwritten revisions, undated
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67.4-5 Typescript clean draft subject to final revision, undated
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67.6 Chapter 4: The groupings of the cosmos, variant versions, typescript, undated
St. Petersburg, translated by John Cournos, with foreword by George Reavey (published 1959):
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67.7-8 Typescript with handwritten revisions, undated. With dust jacket.
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68.1-2 Galleys, 1959
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68.3 Illustrations, undated
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67.1 Excerpts from reviews and press releases re St. Petersburg, 1959
The silver dove, translation by George Reavey (published 1974):
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68.4 Handwritten and typed first draft, undated
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68.5-69.2 Typescript with handwritten revisions, 1973
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69.3-6 Typescript and photocopy draft, undated
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69.7 Translator's note drafts, 1973
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70.1 C
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70.2 Chemical Bank N.Y. Trust Co., receipts, canceled checks, 1960-1976
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70.3-71.1 Chemical Corn Exchange Bank, receipts, canceled checks, 1954-1959
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71.2 Coffey, Brian, 1938
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71.3 D
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71.4 Delavenay, Émile. Sentiment in the works of Barrie, typescript, undated. With European Literary Bureau label
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71.5 Devlin, Denis. Intercessions, two typescripts with revisions and markings for publication, circa 1937. With European Literary Bureau label.
Dostoyevsky, Fyodor. Crime and punishment, translation by George Reavey:
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71.6-7 Typescript with handwritten revisions, undated
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71.8 Handwritten pages in notebook, undated
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72.1 Dudintsev, Vladimir. A New Year's fable, translation by George Reavey, multiple typescript drafts and printed Russian text, undated
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72.2 E
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72.3 Ehrenburg, Ilya. Ehrenburg on Hemingway, translated by George Reavey, two typescript drafts and Russian text, 1961
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72.4 Elagin, Ivan. Pasteup of poems in Russian, undated
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72.5 Elagin, Ivan. The poetry of Ivan Elagin, translated by Helen Janin, typescript, 1969
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72.6 Emin, Gevorg. Poems translated by George Reavey, handwritten and typed manuscripts, undated
Esenin, Sergeĭ Aleksandrovich:
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72.7 Poems, typescript and printed versions, undated
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72.8 Poems in Russian, printed texts, undated
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72.9 Pugatchoff, translated by Gerard Shelley, typescript, undated
Esenin-Volpin, Alexander. A leaf of spring, translated by George Reavey:
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72.10 Typescripts, undated
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73.1 Galleys, circa 1961
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73.2 Table of contents, introduction, handwritten and typed drafts, circa 1961
Europa Press. Records:
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73.3 Advertisements for books, circa 1939
Blank order forms:
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73.11 Faust's metamorphoses by George Reavey, 1932
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73.5 Nostradam by George Reavey, 1935
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73.10 Thorns of thunder by Paul Éluard, 1936
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73.4 Intercessions by Denis Devlin, 1937
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73.7 The garden of disorder by Charles Henri Ford, 1938
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73.6 Quixotic perquisitions by George Reavey, 1938
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73.8 Third person by Brian Coffey, 1938
Book jackets:
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74.1 The garden of disorder by Charles Henri Ford, 1938
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73.9 Quixotic perquisitions by George Reavey, 1938
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74.2 Third person by Brian Coffey, 1938
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74.3 Goals of the Europa Press, circa 1932
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74.4-7 Orders book, bills, notes, addresses, etc., 1934-1940
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74.8 Specimen pages, 1937-1938
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74.9 European Literary Bureau, author list, contracts, notes, sales, 1936-1939
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79.5 F
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79.6 Ferrero, Leo. Angelica, adapted by Ossia Trilling and Emanuel Wax, playscript, 1936
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79.7 G
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79.8 Gogol, Nikolai. Dead souls, translated by George Reavey, printed book with handwritten notes, 1948
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79.9 Goll, Yvan. Poems, handwritten and typed, undated
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79.10 Goole, Roman and P. Stavroff. Genius and passions: the life of Dostoyevsky, typescript scenario, 1936. With European Liteary Bureau label.
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79.11 Gor, Gennady. The nagging interlocuter, typescript, undated
Gorky, Maxim:
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80.1 Letter to Pasternak, Boris, 30 November 1927. English translation.
Works:
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80.2 A-Z, typescript and printed English translations, undated
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80.3 Chelkash, typescript translations, undated
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80.4 First love, typescript translations, undated
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80.5 The nightingale, typescripts and printed English translations, circa 1962
Grotowski, Jerzy:
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80.6 Untitled re Theatre Laboratory, typescript, undated
Exercises:
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80.7 Typescript translations, undated
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80.8 Typescript translations and printed French text, undated
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80.9 How one can live, typescript translation and printed Polish text, 1972
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80.10 Interviews with Grotowski, typescripts, one in French, 1969-1972, undated.
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81.1 Not actor, son of man, typescripts, one in French, undated
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81.2 The voice, typescripts, one in French, undated
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81.3 H-I
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81.4 Hardebeck, Mary. Poems by Mary Hardebeck, mimeo bound, undated. Collected, arranged and brought out… by her brother, Joseph Reavey.
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81.5 Hayter, Julian, 1971, undated
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81.6 Ilf and Petrov. Count Sredizemsky, translated by George Reavey, typescript drafts, undated
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81.7 Inber, Vera. Maya, typescript, undated
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81.8 Ivinskaya, Olga. International PEN memoranda and related materials on the arrest and imprisonment of Ivinskaya, 1961
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81.9 J-K
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81.10-11 Kerensky, Alexander. Unidentified work, chapter excerpts, handwritten and typed, 1965
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81.12 Khabarov, Ivan. Poems, typescripts and printed Russian text, undated
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81.13 Khlebnikov, Velimir. Poems, typescripts and printed Russian text, undated
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82.1 L
Leontiev, Konstantin:
Against the current, translated by George Reavey, circa 1969:
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82.2-4 Typescript with handwritten revisions
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82.5-8 Carbon copy typescript
The Egyptian dove, translated by George Reavey, circa 1969:
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83.1-2 Typescript with handwritten revisions
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83.3-4 Carbon copy typescript; includes glossary for novel by George Ivask
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83.5 Galleys
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83.6 Printed Russian book with handwritten notes
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83.7 Limonov, Eduard. Poems in Russian, typescript, undated
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83.8 Lozinskaya, L. Review of a new translation of Romeo and Juliet by Boris Pasternak, typescript, undated
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84.1 M-Md
Mayakovsky, Vladimir. The bedbug and selected poetry, translated by Max Hayward and George Reavey, edited by Patricia Blake (published 1960):
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84.2 Table of contents, poems, typed translations
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84.3 At the top of my voice, typed translations, proofs
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84.4 The backbone flute, typed translations
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84.5 A cloud in trousers, typed translations
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84.6 Order no. 2 to the army of the arts, typed translations
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84.7 Poems in Russian, printed pasteups and typescripts
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84.8 Mamleev, Yuri. Unidentified Russian texts, typed, undated
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84.9 Mandelstam, Osip. Poems, typed translations, Russian texts, undated
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84.10 Martynov, Leonid. Poems, typed translations, Russian texts, undated
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84.11 Matveyeva, Novella. Poems, typed translations, Russian texts, undated
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85.1 Me-N
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85.2 Mickiewicz, Adam. Poems, typed translations, printed text, 1965, undated
Newspaper and magazine clippings regarding:
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85.3 Assorted subjects
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85.4 Anatoly Kuznetsov, 1969
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85.5 Andrei Voznesensky, 1963-1967
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85.6 Art, theatre, etc.
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85.7-8 Books, authors, etc.
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86.1 Boris Bugaev (pseudonym = Andrey Bely), 1959-1975, undated
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86.2-5 Boris Pasternak, 1958-1968, undated
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86.6 Boris Pasternak (Nobel Prize), 1958
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87.1-2 Boris Pasternak (mostly in Russian), undated
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87.4 George Reavey, 1930-1974
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87.5 Irene Rice Pereira, 1950-1970, undated
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87.6 James Joyce, 1930-1975, undated
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87.7 Maxim Gorky, 1962-1964
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87.8 Russian life, politics, etc., 1934-1969
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88.1 Russian authors, publishing, etc., 1953-1970, undated
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87.3 Yevgeny Yevtushenko, 1963-1968
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88.2-5 In Russian, 1942-1970, undated
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89.1 O
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89.2 P
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89.3 Okudzhava, Bulat. Poems, typed translations and Russian texts, undated
Pasternak, Boris:
Correspondence:
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89.4 Pasternak letters, copies, 1932-1959
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89.5 Letter to the editor of Pravda, typed translation and Russian text, 1958
Works:
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89.6 Unidentified (some fragments), English typed and handwritten transcripts, undated
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89.7 Unidentified, copy of printed Russian text, 1933
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89.8 Unidentified, Russian handwritten and typed translations, 1934-1960
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89.9 Aesthetic, typed translation and handwritten notes, undated
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89.10 Auntie Olya, typed translation, corrections list, and Reavey's text A note on Auntie Olya, undated
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89.11 The blind beauty (play), copy of printed Russian text, 1969
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89.12 I remember, typed translation / excerpts, undated
The last summer:
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89.13 Typed translation with handwritten revisions, undated
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89.14 Translation by George Reavey, screen treatment by Christopher Sergel, duplicated typescripts, 1960
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90.1 Galley proofs (Avon Press) with handwritten corrections, 1959. Includes introduction by George Reavey.
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90.2 Mary Stuart (verse play) by Friedrich Schiller, Russian typescript, 1957; Pasternak adaptation?
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90.3 My new translations, typed translation and Russian text, undated
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114. Pasternak research and bibliography notes on index cards, undated
Poems, handwritten and typed translations, some printed texts, undated:
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90.4 A-C
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90.5 D-I
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90.6 Hamlet
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90.7 J-Q
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90.8 The lofty malady
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90.9 M. T.
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91.1 1905
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91.2 R-V
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91.3 W-Z
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91.4 Assorted poems
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91.5-6 Collected poems, copy / incomplete of Russian text
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91.7-9 Russian typescripts and printed texts
The poetry of Boris Pasternak, selected, edited, and translated by George Reavey (published 1959):
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92.1 Addresses by Boris Pasternak, typescript translations
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92.2 Bibliography, typescripts
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92.3 Boris Pasternak as a translator, typescript
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92.4-7 Boris Pasternak in his life, typescripts
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92.8 How I discovered and then met Boris Pasternak, typescripts
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92.9-10 Poems, typed translations with handwritten revisions
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93.1 Poems, typescript of translations
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93.2 A rift in the clouds, typescripts
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93.3-4 The poetry of Boris Pasternak, 1914-60, typescript drafts
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93.5 Table of contents, typescript drafts
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93.6 Galley proofs with corrections, September 15
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93.7-94.1 Galley proofs, August 18-28
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94.2 Galley proofs, duplicate set
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94.3 Galley proofs / incomplete
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94.4-6 Page proofs
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95.1-2 Page proofs and fragments
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95.3 The proud beggar, typed translation and Russian text, undated
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95.4 Safe conduct, typed translation / excerpt, undated
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95.5 Speeches, typed translations, undated
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95.6 Troubled days, typed translations and Russian text, undated
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95.7-8 Two excerpts from a chapter of a novel, typed translations, undated
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95.9 News releases, press releases, broadcast transcripts, 1958-1960
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95.10 Radio show re Pasternak and Nobel prize, typed and handwritten text and notes, with messages from W. H. Auden, Louise Bogan, Helene Iswolsky, and Marianne Moore, 1958
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95.11 Testimonials re Pasternak, copies, transcripts, translations, and Russian texts, undated
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95.12 Printed sketch of Pasternak drawn by his father, circa 1914
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96.1 Paustovsky, Konstantin. The crowd on the quay, typed translation, undated
Pereira, Irene Rice:
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96.2-3 Works A-Z, handwritten and typed writings, 1952-1955, undated
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96.4 Eastward journey, typescript, undated
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96.5 Light and the new reality, typescript, offprints, 1952
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96.6 Letter fragments and excerpts, undated
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96.7 Miscellaneous, 1954-1959, undated
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109.11 Pilnyak, Boris. Mahogany, translated from the Russian by George Reavey, typed translations, undated
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96.8 Pilnyak, Boris. Short stories, typed translations, proofs, 1967, undated
Printed invitations, programs, catalogs, flyers, etc. re:
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97.1 Books (Russian language)
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97.2 Books and periodicals (English language)
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97.3 Education
Events:
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97.4-5 Art
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97.6 Literary
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97.7 Music
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98.1 Russian
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98.2 Theater
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98.3 Organizations
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98.4-6 Pereira, Irene Rice, 1938-1964, undated
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98.7 Reavey, George, 1946-1968, undated
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98.8 Reavey, Jean Bullowa, 1965-1968, undated
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98.9 Various
Pushkin, Alexander:
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99.1 Eugene Onegin / excerpt, handwritten manuscript, translated by Reavey, 1927
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99.2 Rouslan and Lyudmila, typed translation by George Reavey, undated
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99.3-6 Proposed selected letters of Alexander Pushkin, 1799-1837, typed translations by George Reavey with handwritten list of letters, circa 1954
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99.7 Q-R
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99.9 Reavey, Daniel. Letters of recommendation for Daniel Reavey, 1914-1927
Reavey, George:
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99.10 A
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99.11-100.6 Address books
Appointment and address books:
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100.7 Undated
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100.8 Incomplete dates
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101.1 Circa 1935
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101.2 Circa 1936-1937
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101.3 Circa 1937
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101.4 Circa 1940
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101.5 Circa 1945
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101.6 Circa 1946
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101.7 Circa 1947
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101.8 Circa 1948
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101.9 Circa 1951
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101.10 Circa 1952
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101.11 Circa 1953
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102.1 Circa 1954
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102.2 Circa 1956
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102.3 Circa 1958
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102.4 Circa 1960
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osf 1 Circa 1975 January, wall calendar
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102.5 B-D
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102.6 Bibliography of works, handwritten on note cards
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102.7-8 Bibliographical and biographical information
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102.9 Book jackets
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106.9 Book publicity and reviews, 1931-1966
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102.11 Collection of Russian Soviet literature, 1921-1964
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103.5-9 Columbia University Russian Institute, lecture notes taken while attending, circa 1948-1950
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102.12 Divorce papers, 1950-1961
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102.13 Drawings, most by George Reavey
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103.1 E-L
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103.4 Financial records, 1950s
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107.6 Instituto Britanico, records and information, 1940-1941, undated
Lists:
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104.1 Poems by Yevgeny Yevtushenko
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104.2 Poem titles
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104.3 Poem titles, authors, books, etc.
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104.4 Russian Soviet fiction and prose collection
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104.5-7 Names and addresses
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104.8 M
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104.9 Maps
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104.11-105.1 Memorandums of agreement, 1932-1971
Notebooks:
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105.3 Latin exercises, circa 1924-1925
Phone numbers, messages, notes, etc.:
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105.4-5 Undated
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105.6 Circa 1963
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105.7 Circa 1964, January-October
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105.8 Circa 1964 October-1965 April
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106.1 Circa 1971 October-1972 May
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106.2 Circa 1972 June-1973 March
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106.3 Circa 1973 March-November
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106.4 Circa 1973 November-1974 July
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106.5 Circa 1974 July-1976 April
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106.6 Russian vocabulary, 1944?
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106.7-8 Passports, 1918-1973; includes father Daniel and mother Sophia
Poetry workshop, rosters, submitted poems, notes, etc.:
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106.10 Undated
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106.11 Circa 1961
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106.12 Circa 1962
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107.1 Circa 1963
Post College, Brookville, New York:
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103.2-3 Exams, drafts, handouts, grades for classes taught at Post College, Brookville, New York, 1956-1959
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105.2 Notes and materials for classes taught, undated
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107.8 Student directories, 1957-1959
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107.2 Prescriptions and medical matters, 1933-1965
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107.3 Q-Z
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107.4 Receipts, bills, payments received, etc., 1939-1972, undated
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107.5 Receipts, travel from Paris to Dubrovnik, undated
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107.7 School certificates, 1924-1929
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102.10 Soviet Union bulletins
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osf 2 Surrealist and other posters, 1936-1956, undated
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107.9 Tax forms and receipts, circa 1951
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104.10 U.S.S.R. publicity materials, 1942-1946
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99.8 Reavey, Gwynedd, undated
Reavey, Jean Bullowa:
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107.10 Works, letters, notes, 1960-1972, undated
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107.11 Miscellaneous notes, 1960-1975
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107.12 Miscellaneous notes, undated
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107.13 Reavey, Joseph. Poems, undated
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107.14 Reavey, Sophia. Health care expenses, 1939-1949, with travel documents for 1927-1939
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108.1 S
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108.2 Simonov, Konstantin. The living and the dead, translated by R. Ainsztein, bound final galley proof, 1962
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108.3 Slutsky, Boris. Poems, typed translations and Russian text, undated
Solzhenitsyn, Aleksandr. One day in the life of Ivan Denisovich:
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108.4 Translated by Max Hayward and Ronald Hingley, photocopied text, 1963
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108.5 Translated by Ralph Parker, galleys, 1963
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108.6 Sosin, Gene. Thirty-three days in the Soviet Union, reproduced typescript, undated
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108.7 Sosnora, Viktor. Poems, typed translations and Russian text, undated
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108.8 Sullivan, A. M. The return, reproduced typescript, undated
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108.9 Sourgutcheff, Ilya. Autumn violins (play), typescript with synopsis by George Reavey, undated
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109.1 T-Voy
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109.2 Tharaud, Jérôme. Dingley: The famous author, translated by Muriel Herbert and Émile Delavenay, typed translation, undated
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109.3 Thomas, Dylan. Poem and correspondence (copies), 1953, undated
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109.4 Tikhonov, Nikolai. Poems, handwritten and typed translations and Russian text, undated
Tolstoy, Aleksey Nikolayevich:
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109.5 Selected stories: introduction and preliminary notes, handwritten and typed manuscripts, undated
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109.6 The viper, typed translations, undated
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109.7-8 Tsvetaeva, Marina. Poems, handwritten and typed translations, Russian text, undated
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109.9 Vasilieva, M. E. When I was a serf, typed translation, undated. With European Literary Bureau label.
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109.10 Vinokurov, Evgeny Mikhailovich. Poems, handwritten and typed translations, undated
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110.1 Voz-Z
Voznesensky, Andrei:
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110.2-3 Poems, handwritten, typed, and printed translations and Russian texts, 1967, undated
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110.4 Oza, parts IV, V, and VI, typed translation, undated
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110.5 Taiga, typed translation and proof, undated
Yevtushenko, Yevgeny:
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75.1 Unidentified poems, handwritten and typed, undated
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75.2 The chicken god, translated by David Mann, typed drafts, Russian text, printed version, 1965-1966
Poems, handwritten and typed drafts, some galley proofs, undated:
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75.3 Untitled; A-H
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75.4 The angry young men
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75.5 Babii Yar
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75.6 A career
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75.7 Cinderella
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75.8 Coliseum
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75.9 Envy
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75.10 The fallen angel
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75.11; osf 1 The heirs of Stalin
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75.12 Humor
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75.13 I-L
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75.14 Impressions of the western cinema
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75.15 In a shop
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75.16 The iron railing
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76.1 M-O
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76.2 A meeting with Hemingway
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76.3 Monologue of the beatniks
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76.4 Nefertiti
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76.5 P-Z
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76.6 People were laughing
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76.7; osf 1 Prologue
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76.8 The rhythms of Rome
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76.9 The song of the overseers
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76.10 The third memory
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76.11 Weddings
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76.12 The window looks out upon white trees
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76.13 The woman and the sea
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76.14 Yes and no
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76.15 Poems published in magazines, tearsheets and page proofs, 1962-1967, undated
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76.16-77.2 Poems in Russian, handwritten, typed, printed text, and clippings, undated
The poetry of Yevgeny Yevtushenko, translated by George Reavey, (published 1965):
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77.3 Typescript with handwritten revisions
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77.4-6 First galleys proofs with corrections
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77.7-78.1 Second galley proofs with corrections
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78.2-3; osf 1 Final galley proofs with corrections
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78.4-9 Russian galley proofs
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79.1 Introduction drafts
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79.2 Layout pages
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79.3 Tables of contents, sources and notes
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79.4 Tribute to Yevtushenko, news releases, etc.
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osf 1 Yevtushenko speaks to the west, translated by Novy Mir and Ogonek, Moscow, proofs, 1966
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110.6 Welles, Orson. The war of the worlds, transcript of radio broadcast, typescripts plus clippings and releases regarding the hysteria, circa 1938
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110.7 Zabolotsky, Nikolay. Poems, handwritten and typed translations, Russian text, undated
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110.8 Zhdanov, Andrei. Literature's role in the Soviet regime (speech), typescripts, 1946
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110.9 Zoshchenko, Mikhail. An extraordinary incident, typed translations, undated
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111.-113. Original empty folders and envelopes
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114. Index card file with handwritten research and bibliography notes regarding Boris Pasternak plus other unidentified works



Materials Previously Described in Card Catalog:

Letters:
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40.3 Reavey, George. 25 letters and telegrams to Beckett, Samuel, 1953-1975, undated
Recipient:
Beckett, Samuel. 169 letters and cards to Reavey, 1932-1976, undated:
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115.1 Undated; 1932-1937
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115.2 1938
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115.3 1939-1946
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115.4 1947-1959
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115.5 1960-1971
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115.6 1972-1974
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115.7 1975-1976; with a calendar and list of Beckett letters; correspondence to Reavey re Beckett letters, 1971-1973
Miscellaneous:
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66.6 Beckett, Samuel. 2 letters to Reavey, Gwynned, 1938-1945.
Beckett, Samuel. 6 letters to Reavey, Jean Bullowa, 1962-1976.
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72.2 Éluard, Paul. L'universe-solitude, signed handwritten manuscript / fair copy, 6 pages, undated. Included with this: letter from Éluard to Reavey, 1936.
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107.10 Reavey, Jean Bullowa. 2 letters to Beckett, 1967-1971. Included with these: notes taken by Jean Reavey after meetings with Beckett, handwritten manuscript, 7 pages, July-August 1964.
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110.1 Weeks, Edward. Letter to Reavey, Edward, 1960. On Atlantic Monthly letterhead.



Index of Works

  • Unidentified and untitled works -- 1.1-6, 114.
  • Advertising copy for Grove Press -- 2.1
  • Americana -- 2.1
  • Anonymous -- 2.1
  • Articles and essays re Andrey Bely -- 2.2
  • Articles and essays re Boris Pasternak -- 2.3-4
  • Autograf -- 2.5
  • Background for George Reavey and the European Literary Bureau -- 2.6
  • Bibliographies -- 2.6
  • Biographical notes -- 2.6
  • Biographical sketches -- 2.6
  • Broadcast: Contacts and intercourse -- 2.7
  • Broadcast: Eugene Onegin -- 2.6
  • Broadcast: The Soviet attitude towards the arts -- 2.6
  • Broadcast: The Soviet idea of peace -- 2.6
  • Broadcast: Soviet literature since the decree of 1946 -- 2.8
  • The colours of memory -- 2.9-12, gf 1
  • Critical biography of Boris Pasternak / titled Summary of an impending book -- 38.4
  • A critical biography of Maxim Gorky: -- 3.1-8.5
  • Dainas -- 9.2
  • A defense of Romanticism -- 9.1
  • Diaries -- 9.3-12.4
  • Disquisition on perspective -- 9.1
  • Dream -- 9.1
  • The endless chain -- 12.5-6
  • Faust's metamorphoses -- 13.1-8
  • Faust's metamorphoses / titled The symbolism of Faust -- 38.4
  • Fifty years of Soviet Russian poetry: -- 13.9-13
  • Foreword to A sky-blue life and selected stories by Maxim Gorky -- 14.1
  • Foreword to Life of Vladimir, the ardent sun translated by Yuri Arbatsky -- 14.2
  • 14 great short stories by Soviet authors -- 14.3-4
  • Frailties; see also Frailty of love; Signes d'adieu -- 14.5
  • Frailty of love -- 14.6
  • From Blok to Yevstushenko: An anthology -- 14.7-8
  • General trends in Soviet Union -- 15.1
  • Gogol's Dead souls and birth of critical realism -- 15.1
  • The heart ideal or true individuality -- 15.1
  • Hecta -- 15.1
  • Inner alphabet -- 15.2
  • Introduction to On a field azure by Alexey Remizov -- 15.3
  • Introduction to poems by Joseph Brodsky -- 15.1
  • Introductory address for Kasimierz Wierzyński -- 15.1
  • Introductory address for Paul Éluard -- 15.1
  • Judges report on Divided soul -- 15.1
  • Lecture: James Joyce and his Dubliners -- 15.4
  • Lecture: The poet and the minotaur -- 15.10
  • Lecture: Round about the Joycean year of 1882 and back to a source -- 15.6
  • Lecture: Some reflections on the theory and practice of Soviet literature and criticism -- 15.7
  • Lecture: Soviet literature since the resolution of 1946 -- 15.9
  • Lecture: Soviet literature, I, II, and III -- 15.8
  • Lecture: A survey of Russian and Soviet literature -- 15.5
  • The life of Gogol by Henri Troyat -- 15.1
  • The major Russian poets since 1917 -- 16.1-10
  • Maxim Gorky and some of his Marxist critics -- 15.12
  • Maxim Gorky in Marxist criticism -- 15.13
  • Meeting between Rudo Globus and George Reavey -- 15.11
  • Memoirs (with drafts of sections regarding Samuel Beckett) -- 17.1
  • Memorandum IV -- 15.11
  • Memorial testimony for Watson O'Dell Pierce -- 17.2
  • Mikhail Lermontov and the modern man -- 17.3
  • Modern Soviet short stories -- 17.4-18.3
  • Montmartre -- 15.11
  • The new Russian poets -- 18.5-19.8
  • Nostradam: A sequence of poems -- 20.1-4
  • A note on Andrey Bely -- 18.4
  • Notebook: Drafts of poems, quotations, names, addresses -- 20.5
  • Notebook: Drawings, chemistry lessons, language lessons -- 20.6
  • Notebook: Math homework and English poetry -- 20.7
  • Notes re: American and British literature -- 23.1
  • Notes re: Beckett, Samuel -- 23.2
  • Notes re: Books and addresses -- 23.3
  • Notes re: Bugaev, Boris (pseudonym Andrey Bely) -- 23.4
  • Notes re: Bugaev and others -- 23.5
  • Notes re: Bugaev and symbolism -- 23.6
  • Notes re: Drama, the novel, Chinese poets, etc. -- 23.7
  • Notes re: Economics, circa 1924-1926 -- 24.1
  • Notes re: European history -- 24.2
  • Notes re: European history (19th century) -- 26.1
  • Notes re: Finnegans Wake by James Joyce -- 24.4-25.2, 27.6-28.1
  • Notes re: History, Shakespeare, poetics, etc. -- 25.3
  • Notes re: Horace, Byron, William Hazlitt, and others -- 25.4
  • Notes re: Law and government, history, etc. -- 25.5
  • Notes re: Lectures delivered to the Institute of International Relations -- 21.4
  • Notes re: Literary criticism -- 25.7
  • Notes re: Literature, art history, history, and philosophy -- 25.6
  • Notes re: Medieval history -- 25.8
  • Notes re: Painting and light -- 26.2
  • Notes re: Pasternak, Boris -- 26.3-5
  • Notes re: Philosophy, literature, and history -- 26.6
  • Notes re: Political and economic systems -- 26.7
  • Notes re: Political thought and history -- 26.8-9
  • Notes re: Reavey's books of poems and poetry in general -- 26.10
  • Notes re: Russian literature and history -- 26.11
  • Notes re: Russian literature and language classes (Manchester University) -- 21.1-3
  • Notes re: Russian literature class -- 21.5
  • Notes re: Russian vocabulary -- 26.12
  • Notes re: Science, with sketches -- 27.1
  • Notes re: Soviet literature and art, taken from Literary Gazette and other sources -- 27.3
  • Notes re: Thomas, Dylan -- 27.2
  • Notes re: U.S.S.R. and Maxim Gorky in 1928 -- 27.4
  • Notes re: Various topics, especially Russian literature and writers -- 21.6-22.6
  • Notes re: Wordsworth, Blake, Coleridge, and others -- 27.5
  • Notes re: Yevtushenko, Yevgeny -- 24.3
  • On a painting by René Magritte -- 28.2
  • On Samuel Beckett's Happy days -- 28.3
  • Outline of a book regarding Russian literature -- 28.2
  • Poem: Anatomy of Faust -- 30.2
  • Poem: Arctic requiem -- 30.3
  • Poem: Between dusk and stardust -- 30.5
  • Poem: Beyond surprise -- 30.6
  • Poem: Birds out of storm -- 30.7
  • Poem: Builders of Europe -- 30.8
  • Poem: The child of summer -- 30.10
  • Poem: The damnation of Faust -- 31.2
  • Poem: Dilemma -- 31.3
  • Poem: Eavesdropper -- 31.5
  • Poem: Entente: Epithalamium -- 31.6
  • Poem: Every Eve -- 31.7
  • Poem: The farewell of Aeneas -- 31.9
  • Poem: Farewell to Faust -- 31.10
  • Poem: Faust's dialectic -- 31.11
  • Poem: Faust's rape of Helen -- 31.12
  • Poem: Green and blue -- 32.2
  • Poem: Grimalkin -- 32.3
  • Poem: Hic jacet -- 32.4
  • Poem: Hippolytus -- 32.5
  • Poem: I walk transparent -- 32.7
  • Poem: In memoriam: J. F. K. -- 32.8
  • Poem: Le jardin nocturne -- 32.10
  • Poem: Light -- 32.12
  • Poem: Man out of yolk -- 32.14
  • Poem: Never -- 32.16
  • Poem: New York à la Quixote -- 32.17
  • Poem: O my sister -- 33.2
  • Poem: On the grand tour: Homage to Mr. Boswell -- 33.3
  • Poem: Painter - spring -- 33.4
  • Poem: Playwright - autumn -- 33.5
  • Poem: Post-mortem of Faust -- 33.6
  • Poem: Quixotic gas -- 33.9
  • Poem: Quixotic realism -- 33.10
  • Poem: The rowdy sun -- 33.11
  • Poem: Sancho's lament -- 33.13
  • Poem: Scylla and Charybdis -- 33.14
  • Poem: Seven seas -- 34.2
  • Poem: A simple skeleton's complaint about his complex bard -- 34.3
  • Poem: The sinking of the S.S. Jutland -- 34.4
  • Poem: The stolen door -- 34.5
  • Poem: That lovely unrest -- 34.7
  • Poem: This age, this Faust -- 34.9
  • Poem: The thorn of the ways -- 34.8
  • Poem: Tyrrhenian black -- 34.10
  • Poem: Ushered -- 34.12
  • Poem: The voyage -- 34.13
  • Poem: Were your lips but grave stone -- 35.2
  • Poem: When Helen came -- 35.3
  • Poem: Where, o where? -- 35.4
  • Poem: Wild bitter -- 35.5
  • Poem: Wind tracked into night -- 35.6
  • Poem: Winter's tale -- 35.7
  • Poema nascitus et moritus -- 28.2
  • Poems: Fragments, workings, and drafts -- 28.4
  • Poems: Titles A -- 30.1
  • Poems: Titles B -- 30.4
  • Poems: Titles C -- 30.9
  • Poems: Titles D -- 31.1
  • Poems: Titles E -- 31.4
  • Poems: Titles F -- 31.8
  • Poems: Titles G-H -- 32.1
  • Poems: Titles I -- 32.6
  • Poems: Titles J-K -- 32.9
  • Poems: Titles L -- 32.11
  • Poems: Titles M -- 32.13
  • Poems: Titles N -- 32.15
  • Poems: Titles O -- 33.1
  • Poems: Titles P -- 33.7
  • Poems: Titles Q-R -- 33.8
  • Poems: Titles S -- 33.12, 34.1
  • Poems: Titles T -- 34.6
  • Poems: Titles U-V -- 34.11
  • Poems: Titles W -- 35.1, osf 1
  • Poems: Titles X-Z -- 35.8
  • Poems: Unidentified -- 28.5-6
  • Poems: Untitled -- 29.1-8
  • Poems: Written in a notebook/notepad: -- 28.7-13
  • The poet is one: His selves are many -- 28.2
  • Poetry and civilization: André Breton and the Archbishop of Canterbury -- 28.2
  • Poetry in Soviet Russia -- 28.2
  • Preface to Dubliners by James Joyce -- 35.9
  • Preface to unidentified collection of Russian short stories -- 35.9
  • Problems of Communism -- 35.10
  • Proposal: Anthology based on recent autobiographical material published in the Soviet Union -- 35.11
  • Proposal: Anthology of Russian poetry -- 35.12
  • Proposal: Anthology on The modern Russian mind -- 35.14
  • Proposal: Anthology on Russian Symbolist, Acmeist, and Futurist poets -- 35.13
  • Proposal: Book, The dividing years -- 35.15
  • Proposal: General translations, anthologies, poems, etc. -- 35.17
  • Proposal: Translation of The humpbacked horse by Pyotr Pavlovich Yershov -- 35.16
  • Proposals for anthologies -- 35.9
  • Proposals for books -- 35.9
  • Proposals for translations -- 35.9
  • Provisional outline of programme surveying present day Soviet literature and the arts -- 35.9
  • Pulsanda tellus -- 35.9
  • Quel che non fu fatto, io lo sognai -- 36.1
  • Quixotic perquisitions, first series -- 36.2-6
  • Reader's report on: The risky life of Valentin Almazov by Valery Tarsis, plus additional notes -- 37.2
  • Reader's report on: The silver dove by Andrey Bely -- 37.3
  • Reader's report on: When the sun rises by Mikhail Zoshchenko -- 37.4
  • Reader's reports on various works -- 37.1
  • Review of One day in the life of Ivan Denisovich by Aleksandr Solzhenitsyn -- 37.5
  • Reviews of various works -- 37.1
  • Russian letters -- 37.6-38.2
  • The Russian thought pattern -- 36.7, 38.3
  • Signes d'adieu (Frailty of love) -- 38.5
  • Smoke -- 38.4
  • Some background material about Samuel Beckett and George Reavey in the year 1940 -- 38.6
  • Soviet literature (outline) -- 38.4
  • Soviet literature and criticism -- 38.4
  • Soviet literature in war and peace -- 38.4
  • Soviet literature to-day -- 38.7-39.4
  • The Soviet Union and American literature: Two aspects -- 38.4
  • Stories by Soviet writers (table of contents) -- 38.4
  • Suggested talks on Russia in Third Programme -- 9.1
  • A survey of Russian literature since the Revolution -- 38.4
  • A survey of Soviet literature (outline) -- 38.4
  • Synopsis of a Jewish tale by E. Margolin -- 38.4
  • A world of sacrifice, doubt and suspicion -- 39.5

Index of Letters (Reavey's outgoing correspondence)

  • Unidentified recipients -- 40.1
  • Aristo Realty -- 40.2
  • Aron, Robert -- 40.2
  • Atlantic, The -- 40.2
  • Beckett, Samuel -- 40.3
  • Benton, K -- 40.2
  • Blake, Patricia -- 40.2
  • British Broadcasting Company -- 40.2
  • British Council -- 40.2
  • Caedmon Records -- 40.2
  • Cambridge Ltd. -- 40.2
  • Canadian Broadcasting Corp. -- 40.2
  • Caprielian, A. -- 40.2
  • Charques, Mr. -- 40.2
  • Chase Manhattan Bank -- 40.2
  • Chemical Corn Exchange Bank -- 40.2
  • Coffey, Brian -- 40.4
  • Colangelo, Miss -- 40.2
  • Colum, Padraic -- 40.2
  • Conde Nast Publications, Inc. -- 40.2
  • Coumbe, L. M., Mrs. -- 40.2
  • Criterion, The -- 40.2
  • Curtis Brown Ltd. -- 40.2
  • Daniels, Guy -- 40.2
  • Dent (J. M.) & Sons Ltd. -- 40.2
  • Deutsch, Herbert A. -- 40.2
  • Dictionary of International Biography -- 40.2
  • Dorazio, Virginia -- 40.2
  • Doubleday & Co., Inc. -- 40.2
  • Dramatic Publishing Company -- 40.2
  • Dubuis, Miss -- 40.2
  • Durrell, Lawrence -- 40.2
  • Eighth Street Bookshop -- 40.5
  • Éluard, Paul -- 40.5
  • Engle, _____ -- 40.5
  • Esquire -- 40.5
  • Ferris, Paul -- 40.5
  • First National City Bank, New York -- 40.5
  • Fleming, Thomas -- 40.5
  • Galignani Library -- 40.5
  • Gifford, Henry -- 40.5
  • Gilliam, Lawrence -- 40.5
  • Globus (Rudo S.), Inc. -- 40.5
  • Good Housekeeping -- 40.5
  • Gordon Fraser's Library -- 40.5
  • Gotham Book Mart -- 40.5
  • Greene & Company -- 40.5
  • Greenwood Press -- 40.5
  • Hadd, John R. -- 40.6
  • Harcourt, Brace & World, Inc. -- 40.6
  • Harcourt, Melville -- 40.6
  • Harper's Magazine -- 40.6
  • Hart-Davis, Rupert -- 40.6
  • Harvard University. Library -- 40.6
  • Harvill Press -- 40.6
  • Hawley, Esther M. -- 40.6
  • Hawthorn Books -- 40.6
  • Haydn, Mr. -- 40.6
  • Hayter, Désirée -- 40.6
  • Hayter, Stanley William -- 40.6
  • Hendry, James Findlay -- 40.6
  • Higham, David -- 40.6
  • Hilla and Wang, Inc. -- 40.6
  • Holt, Rinehart and Winston -- 40.6
  • Houghton Mifflin Company -- 40.6
  • Hurok, Sol -- 40.6
  • Imported Publications & Products -- 40.6
  • Irish Independent -- 40.6
  • Irish Press -- 40.6
  • Irish Times -- 40.6
  • Jean, Marcel -- 40.6
  • John Simon Guggenheim Memorial Foundation -- 40.6
  • John, Augustus Edwin -- 40.6
  • Johnson, Edgar -- 40.6
  • Johnson, Priscilla -- 40.6
  • Jordan, Fred -- 40.6
  • Kazin, Alfred -- 40.7
  • Kennan, George -- 40.7
  • Kennedy, Edward Moore -- 40.7
  • Kezele, Joseph M. -- 40.7
  • Knowlson, James -- 40.7
  • Kobler, John -- 40.7
  • Lace Curtain -- 40.7
  • Lawrence, John Waldemar -- 40.7
  • Lehmann, John -- 40.7
  • Leonard, John -- 40.7
  • Librairie Gallimard -- 40.7
  • Life and Letters Today -- 40.7
  • Lippmann, Elga -- 40.7
  • Literary Cavalcade -- 40.7
  • London University Press -- 40.7
  • Lord (Sterling) Agency -- 40.7
  • Macmillan Company -- 40.7
  • Macrea, E. B. -- 40.7
  • Mademoiselle -- 40.7
  • Magid, Nora -- 40.7
  • Manchester University -- 40.7
  • Mandy, C. R. -- 40.7
  • Manhattan Savings Bank -- 40.7
  • Massachusetts Institute of Technology. Press -- 40.7
  • Mays, J. C. O., Dr. -- 40.7
  • McAlpine, William -- 40.7
  • McCorkel, Roy -- 40.7
  • McGibbon, _____ -- 40.7
  • McGraw-Hill Book Company -- 40.7
  • Menza, Claudia -- 40.8
  • Mercure de France -- 40.8
  • Meridian Books -- 40.8
  • Miller, Alan -- 40.8
  • Minton, Walter -- 40.8
  • Monas, Sidney -- 40.8
  • Montague, John -- 40.8
  • Morosi, Nadir -- 40.8
  • Morris (William) Agency -- 40.8
  • Morrow (William) & Company -- 40.8
  • Moyle, Donald -- 40.8
  • Nabokov, Vladimir -- 40.8
  • National Foundation on the Arts and Humanities -- 40.8
  • New American Library -- 40.8
  • New York (City) Municipal Court, Brooklyn. Small Claims Part -- 40.8
  • New York Times Book Review -- 40.8
  • New York Times -- 40.8
  • Nicolson, Harold -- 40.8
  • Noonday Press -- 40.8
  • Nott (Stanley) Ltd. -- 40.8
  • October House -- 40.9
  • Onassis, Jacqueline Kennedy -- 40.8
  • Owen (Peter) Limited -- 40.8
  • PEN American Center -- 40.10
  • Palmer, Winthrop -- 40.10
  • Pantheon Books -- 40.10
  • Pares, Bernard, Sir -- 40.10
  • Partisan Review -- 40.10
  • Pasternak, Boris -- 40.10
  • Pasternak, Zinaida -- 40.10
  • Pegasus -- 40.10
  • Penguin Books -- 40.10
  • Pepler, H. D. C. -- 40.10
  • Pereira, Irene Rice -- 41.1-6
  • Pergamon Press -- 40.10
  • Pierce, _____ -- 40.10
  • Pizey, John -- 40.10
  • Playboy -- 40.10
  • Poetry -- 40.10
  • Post College, Brookville, N. Y. -- 40.10
  • Potts, G. L. -- 40.10
  • Praeger (Frederick A.), Inc. -- 40.11
  • Putnam's (G. P.) Sons -- 40.10
  • Random House -- 40.10
  • Read, Herbert -- 40.10
  • Reader's Digest -- 40.10
  • Reavey, Gwynedd -- 42.1
  • Reavey, Selly (aunt) -- 40.10
  • Renaud, Yves -- 40.10
  • Renner, Michael -- 40.10
  • Ressich, John -- 40.10
  • Reynal, Jeanne -- 40.10
  • Rhys, Keidrych -- 40.10
  • Riley, Elizabeth M. -- 40.10
  • Rodgers, W. R. -- 40.10
  • Rolph, John Alexander -- 42.2
  • Rubinstein, Nash & Company -- 40.10
  • Salisbury, Harrison E. -- 42.3
  • Salter, Lydia Pasternak -- 42.3
  • Saturday Evening Post -- 42.3
  • Saturday Review -- 42.3
  • Scholastic Magazine -- 42.3
  • Scrutiny -- 42.3
  • Senhouse, Roger -- 42.3
  • Seuphor, Michel -- 40.2
  • Seven -- 42.3
  • Sitwell, Edith, Dame -- 42.3
  • Slonim, Marc -- 42.3
  • Smith, Janet Adam -- 42.3
  • Smith, Michael -- 42.3
  • Sylvan Press -- 42.3
  • Taylor, Margaret -- 42.3
  • Temple Press -- 42.3
  • Thomas, Mr. -- 42.3
  • Time -- 42.3
  • Treece, Henry -- 42.3
  • Truslove and Hanson -- 42.3
  • U. S. Department of Health, Education, and Welfare -- 42.3
  • U. S. Educational Commission in the U. K. -- 42.3
  • U. S. Embassy. Great Britain -- 42.3
  • U. S. Information Agency. Problems of Communism Press and Publication Service -- 42.3
  • U. S. Library of Congress. Reference Department -- 42.3
  • Vanguard Press -- 42.3
  • Vogue -- 42.3
  • Voznesensky, Andrei -- 42.3
  • Wadsworth, _____ -- 42.4
  • Watkins (Ann) Inc. -- 42.4
  • Weidenfeld (George) & Nicolson Ltd. -- 42.4
  • Wenning, Henry -- 42.4
  • Western Review -- 42.4
  • Wilder, _____ -- 42.4
  • Williams, Oscar -- 42.4
  • Winthrop Publishers -- 42.4
  • Wollman, M. -- 42.4
  • Wright, Elizabeth Buckland -- 42.4
  • Wright, John Buckland -- 42.4
  • X; A Quarterly Review (Mary Hutchinson) -- 42.4
  • Yaddo -- 42.4
  • Yevtushenko, Yevgeny -- 40.5
  • Zahorski, Kenneth J. -- 42.4
  • Zwemmer (A.) English Book Shop -- 42.4

Index of Recipients (Reavey's incoming correspondence)

  • Unidentified authors -- 43.1-8
  • AABC Limousine Service -- 44.1
  • AATSEEL -- 44.1
  • Abbey Book Shop -- 44.1
  • Acheson & Smith, Ltd. -- 44.1
  • Adam International Review -- 44.1
  • Adelphi, The -- 44.1
  • Aden, Alonzo J. -- 44.1
  • Adirondack Life -- 44.1
  • Aiglon, L' -- 44.1
  • Ainscough, Hilda -- 44.2
  • Air, Bert -- 44.1
  • Aley (Maxwell) Associates -- 44.3
  • Allan, Irina -- 44.1
  • Allen (George) & Unwin, Ltd. -- 44.1
  • Allen, Percy -- 44.1
  • American Association of University Women. Levittown Branch -- 44.1
  • American Committee for Liberation -- 44.4
  • American Express Company -- 44.1
  • American Friends Service Committee -- 44.5-6
  • American Library in Paris -- 44.1
  • Americana Corporation -- 44.1
  • Anchor Savings Bank -- 44.1
  • Anderson, Robin -- 44.1
  • Arbatsky, Yuri -- 44.7
  • Arco, Lyda -- 44.8
  • Ardis -- 44.1
  • Argird, Nick -- 44.1
  • Argird, Patricia -- 44.1
  • Arizona University, Ruth Stephan Poetry Center -- 44.9
  • Armadillo -- 44.1
  • Aronson, Irene -- 44.1
  • Artists Equity Association -- 44.1
  • Arts Council of Great Britain -- 44.1
  • Ashcroft, E. Worsley -- 44.1
  • Asher, Aaron -- 44.1
  • Atheneum Publishers -- 44.1
  • Atilnez, Nelly -- 44.1
  • Atlantic Awards in Literature -- 44.1
  • Atlantic Monthly Press -- 44.1
  • Atlantic Monthly -- 44.1
  • Atlantic Pathways, Inc. -- 44.1
  • Auerue, Sheelegh -- 44.1
  • Auger, Anne -- 44.1
  • Australian Broadcasting Commission -- 44.1
  • Author's and Writer's Who's Who -- 44.1
  • Avon Books -- 44.10
  • B_____, G_____ -- 45.1
  • B_____, Richard -- 45.1
  • Bagenal, N. B. -- 45.1
  • Bainer, Victor -- 45.1
  • Bair, Deirdre -- 45.2
  • Bair, Katney -- 45.1
  • Bair, Vonn Scott -- 45.1
  • Balaban, Nina -- 45.1
  • Balakian, Nona -- 45.1
  • Bangert, H. A. -- 45.1
  • Bantam Books -- 45.3
  • Barclays Bank Ltd. -- 46.1-3
  • Barghoorn, Frederick C. -- 45.1
  • Barker, George -- 45.1
  • Barney, Dorothy -- 45.1
  • Barnstone, Willis -- 45.4
  • Basic Books, Inc. -- 45.1
  • Baum, Timothy -- 45.1
  • Beach, Sylvia -- 45.1
  • Beck, Julian -- 45.1
  • Beckett, Kay West -- 45.5
  • Beckett, Samuel -- 45.6, 115.1-7
  • Beevers, John L. -- 45.1
  • Belgion, Montgomery -- 45.1
  • Benn (Ernest) Ltd. -- 45.1
  • Bennett, Coleman and Co. -- 45.1
  • Benson, Theodora -- 45.1
  • Bentley, Eric -- 45.1
  • Benziger Brothers -- 45.1
  • Berdyaev, Nicolai -- 45.7
  • Berge, Andre -- 45.1
  • Bergel, Lienhard -- 45.1
  • Bergson, Abram -- 45.1
  • Bernard, Jacques -- 45.1
  • Bernard, Marc -- 45.1
  • Bernardi, A. -- 45.1
  • Berry, J. Gomer -- 45.1
  • Billington, Jane C. -- 45.9
  • Birch Jones, A. F. -- 45.9
  • Birse, Arthur -- 45.9
  • Bishop Hendricken High School. The Mitre (Warwick, R. I.) -- 45.9
  • Bishop, Thomas -- 45.9
  • Black (A. & C.) Ltd. -- 45.9
  • Blake, H. E. -- 45.9
  • Blake, Patricia -- 45.8
  • Bleck, Judy -- 45.9
  • Bles (Geoffrey) Ltd. -- 45.9
  • Boating, Boniface K. -- 45.9
  • Bobbs-Merrill Company -- 45.9
  • Bobroff, Olonoff & Scharf -- 45.9
  • Boden, Pam -- 45.9
  • Bodenstein, Biddy -- 45.9
  • Bolsover, G. H. (George Henry) -- 45.9
  • Books Abroad -- 45.9
  • Booth Color Laboratories -- 45.9
  • Borland, Harriet -- 45.9
  • Boucher, L. J. C. -- 45.9
  • Bower, Warren -- 45.9
  • Bowers, Faubion -- 45.10
  • Bowra, Cecil Maurice -- 45.9
  • Boychuk, Bohdan -- 45.9
  • Bradley Press -- 45.9
  • Bradley, William Aspenwall -- 45.11
  • Bradshaw, J. -- 45.9
  • Brausen, Erica -- 45.9
  • Breton, André -- 45.9
  • Brewer, Warren & Putnam, Inc. -- 45.9
  • Brewster, Dorothy -- 45.9
  • Brey, Barbara -- 47.1
  • Briarcliff Quarterly -- 45.9
  • Bridberg, M. -- 45.9
  • Brimelow, Thomas -- 45.9
  • British Ally -- 45.9
  • British Broadcasting Corporation -- 45.12
  • British Information Services -- 45.9
  • British Museum. Copyright Receipt Office -- 45.9
  • British Museum -- 45.9
  • Brockway, Frederick -- 47.2
  • Brokenshaw, Brock -- 47.1
  • Brokenshaw, Louise -- 47.3
  • Bromage, Mary C. -- 47.1
  • Bronowski, Jacob -- 47.6
  • Bronowski, Rita -- 47.1
  • Brooke, Z. N. -- 47.1
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  • Brown, Alec -- 47.4
  • Brown, Bennett D. -- 47.1
  • Brown, Deming -- 47.1
  • Brownell, Sonia -- 47.1
  • Buck, Robert W. -- 47.1
  • Buckland, L. -- 47.1
  • Buckmaster, Henrietta -- 47.1
  • Budbery, Maura -- 47.1
  • Buffalo. University. Lockwood Memorial Library (addressed to Samuel Beckett care of Europa Press) -- 47.1
  • Bukr, S. S. -- 47.1
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  • Burford, Anis -- 47.1
  • Burford, Roger -- 47.5
  • Burice, Lou -- 47.1
  • Burke, Phyllis -- 47.1
  • Burlur, Helen -- 47.1
  • Burn (James) & Co., Ltd. -- 47.1
  • Butler, Hugh -- 47.1
  • C_____, J_____ -- 47.7
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  • Caedmon Records -- 47.9
  • Caetani, Marguerite -- 47.7
  • Calder and Boyers Ltd. -- 47.8
  • Cambridge Review -- 47.7
  • Cambridge. University. Cambridge Union Society -- 47.7
  • Cambridge. University. Gonville and Caius College -- 47.7
  • Campain, Suzanne -- 47.7
  • Campbell, Roy -- 47.7
  • Canada. Office of the High Commissioner -- 47.7
  • Canadian Broadcasting Corporation -- 47.7
  • Canadian Journal of Philosophy -- 47.7
  • Canston, Bernard -- 47.7
  • Cape (Jonathan) Limited -- 47.7
  • Carasso, Roberta -- 47.7
  • Carewe, Sylvia -- 47.10
  • Carmody, Francis -- 47.7
  • Carnegie Institute of Technology -- 47.7
  • Carnegie Magazine -- 47.7
  • Cattle, Edward -- 47.7
  • Ceike, Frances -- 47.7
  • Cendrars, Blaise -- 47.7
  • Centenary Press -- 47.11
  • Chalonge, Karen -- 47.7
  • Chapman, Asher -- 47.7
  • Charnay, Pierre -- 47.12
  • Chekhov Publishing House -- 47.7
  • Chelsea Review -- 47.7
  • Chicago Sunday Tribune -- 47.7
  • Chicago University Press -- 47.7
  • Childs, Evelyn and Bernard -- 47.7
  • Choice Magazine Listening -- 47.7
  • Church, Richard -- 47.7
  • Churchill, C. Richard -- 47.13
  • Churchill, Clapham & Co. -- 47.14
  • Churchill, Richard, Sir -- 47.7
  • Chute, Joy -- 47.7
  • Cinema 16, Inc. -- 47.7
  • Clark, LaVerne Harrell -- 47.7
  • Clarke & Way, Inc. -- 47.7
  • Clerx, Tony -- 47.7
  • Clodd, H. Alan -- 47.7
  • Coakley, William Leo -- 48.1
  • Codray, N. -- 48.1
  • Coffey, Brian -- 48.2
  • Cohan, Arthur -- 48.1
  • Cohen, Albert -- 48.1
  • Coleman (Bennett) & Co., Ltd. -- 48.1
  • Colley, Edward J. -- 48.1
  • Collier Books -- 48.3
  • Columbia Press, Ltd. -- 48.1
  • Columbia University Press -- 48.4
  • Columbia University -- 48.1
  • Comarovsky, Mony -- 48.1
  • Committee for International Cultural Exchange -- 48.1
  • Common Ground Ltd. -- 48.1
  • Commonwealth and International Library of Science Technology Engineering and Liberal Studies -- 48.1
  • Conado, Anne -- 48.1
  • Conference Board of Associated Research Councils -- 48.1
  • Congdor, Kirby -- 48.1
  • Congrat-Butlar, Stefan -- 48.1
  • Congrès International des Écrivains pour la Défense de la Culture -- 48.1
  • Contact -- 48.1
  • Conte, Andrée -- 48.5
  • Contempo -- 48.1
  • Contemporary Art Society -- 48.1
  • Continental Daily Mail -- 48.1
  • Cooper, Diana -- 48.1
  • Cornford, John -- 48.1
  • Cortina (R. D.) Co., Inc. -- 48.1
  • Costello, Nuala -- 48.1
  • Covici, Friede, Inc. -- 48.1
  • Cox, Rita -- 48.1
  • Crankshaw, Edward -- 48.7
  • Cranley and Day Limited -- 48.7
  • Creative Age Press, Inc. -- 48.7
  • Cremonesi, Gilles -- 48.7
  • Cremonesi, Heather -- 48.7
  • Critchlow, James -- 48.7
  • Crowe, Tom -- 48.7
  • Crowell (Thomas Y.) Company -- 48.7-8
  • Crowell-Collier Publishing Company -- 48.7
  • Crown Publishers -- 48.7
  • Cullen, John -- 48.7
  • Cumberbatch, Edward -- 48.7
  • Cummings, E. E. (Edward Estlin) -- 48.7
  • Cummins, F. Mitchell -- 48.7
  • Curley, Dan -- 48.7
  • Curtis Brown Publishing Company -- 48.7
  • Curtis Brown, Ltd. -- 48.7
  • D_____, K_____ L_____ -- 48.9
  • D_____, Norah -- 48.6
  • Daiken, Leslie -- 48.9
  • Daily Mail, London -- 48.9
  • Dale Dance Studios -- 48.9
  • Dalton, Jack P. -- 48.9
  • Dalton, Margaret -- 48.9
  • Daniel, Anita -- 48.9
  • Daniels, Guy -- 49.1
  • Dante: Revue de Culture Latine -- 48.9
  • Dash, Bob -- 48.9
  • Davenport, John -- 48.9
  • Davies, D. -- 48.9
  • Davies, N. -- 48.9
  • Dawson, Aline -- 48.9
  • Dawson, Wellyn -- 48.9
  • Day, John F. -- 48.9
  • de Boully, Morny -- 49.2
  • de Brimont, R. -- 49.2
  • de Brun, Elsa (Nuala) -- 49.2
  • De Hellebrauth, Elena Maria -- 49.2
  • De Mauny, Erik -- 49.3
  • Deas, H. T. -- 49.2
  • Definition Press -- 49.2
  • Delavenay, Émile -- 49.2
  • Dent (J. M.) & Sons -- 49.4
  • Destouches, Louis Ferdinand (signed L. F. Céline) -- 49.2
  • Deutsch, Babette -- 49.2
  • Deutsch, Herbert A. -- 49.2
  • Devin-Adair Company -- 49.2
  • Devlin, Denis -- 49.5
  • Dial Press -- 49.2
  • Dictionary of National Biography -- 49.2
  • Dimic, Moma -- 49.2
  • Dix, George -- 49.2
  • Dlugoszerski, Lucia -- 49.2
  • Dobbs Ferry High School. Dobbs Ferry, New York -- 49.6
  • Dobrin, S. -- 49.6
  • Dobson (Dennis) Ltd. -- 49.6
  • Documents -- 49.6
  • Dolman Press Limited -- 49.6
  • Dorazio, Virginia -- 49.6
  • Doubleday & Company -- 49.6
  • Douglas, Norman -- 49.6
  • Douglas, van Breugel, Baroness -- 49.6
  • Dover Publications, Inc. -- 49.6
  • Dowden, Hester -- 49.6
  • Drachler, Jacob -- 49.6
  • Dramatic Publishing Co. -- 49.7
  • Drummond (Lindsay) Ltd. -- 49.8
  • Dubbink, J. H. -- 49.6
  • Ducmanh, Coco -- 49.6
  • Ducros & Colas -- 49.6
  • Duhamel, Blanche -- 49.9
  • Duhamel, Georges -- 49.6
  • Duncan, Herb -- 49.6
  • Dunlop, Lane -- 49.6
  • Dunlop, Ronald Ossory -- 49.6
  • Dutton (E. P.) & Company -- 49.6
  • Dutton, Geoffrey -- 49.6
  • Duval, Elga -- 49.10
  • Eberhart, Betty -- 49.11
  • Eberhart, Elizabeth -- 49.11
  • Eccles, Francis Yvon -- 49.11
  • Eden, Anthony, Sir -- 49.11
  • Edgerton, William B. -- 49.11
  • Editions Denoël -- 49.11
  • Educational Broadcasting Corporation -- 49.11
  • Egan, Jenny -- 49.11
  • Ehrenburg, Ilya -- 49.11
  • Eighth Street Bookshop, New York -- 49.11
  • Elagin, Ivan -- 49.11
  • Elek (Paul) Publishers -- 49.11
  • Elkin, A. B. -- 49.11
  • Ellis, Anislie -- 49.11
  • Éluard, Paul -- 49.11
  • Emin, Gevorg -- 49.12
  • Empson, William -- 49.11
  • Encounter -- 49.11
  • Encyclopedia Britannica -- 49.11
  • Engle, Paul -- 49.11
  • Envoy -- 49.11
  • Epstein, Edmund L. -- 49.11
  • Esquire -- 49.11
  • Evans, John -- 49.11
  • Evergood, Philip -- 49.11
  • Evergreen Review -- 49.13
  • Faber & Faber -- 50.1
  • Fagan, Margaret -- 50.1
  • Fainsod, Merle -- 50.1
  • Fairbairn, Wingfield & Wykes (re Stanley Nott Limited and Thorns of thunder) -- 50.1
  • Fairleigh Dickinson University. Castlelight -- 50.1
  • Falcon Press (London) Limited -- 50.1
  • Farlow, John -- 50.1
  • Farrar, Jan -- 50.1
  • Farrar, Straus, & Giroux, Inc. -- 50.2
  • Fedden, Robin -- 50.1
  • Fehsenfeld, Marty -- 50.1
  • Feldman, Bert S. -- 50.1
  • Fenwick, Agatha -- 50.1
  • Fermanagh House, Belfast. General Register Office -- 50.1
  • Ferrero, Leo -- 50.1
  • Ferries, Richard -- 50.1
  • Ferris, Gwendolyn -- 50.3
  • Ferris, Paul -- 50.1
  • Fey, Isabella -- 50.4
  • Filipoff, Boris -- 50.1
  • First National City Bank of New York -- 50.1
  • FitzGibbon, Constantine -- 50.1
  • Fitzmaurice, George -- 50.1
  • Flasieu, B. L. -- 50.1
  • Fleischmann, W. Bernard -- 50.1
  • Fleming, John -- 50.1
  • Fleming, Thomas -- 50.1
  • Flores, Angel -- 50.1
  • Flouguet, Pierre-Louis -- 50.1
  • Ford, Charles Henri -- 50.5
  • Ford, Hugh -- 50.5
  • Formes: Revue Internationale des Arts Plastiques -- 50.5
  • Foss, Fanya -- 50.5
  • Founders Mutual Fund -- 50.5
  • Four Continent Book Corporation -- 50.5
  • Franciscan Fathers and Brothers, Marytown -- 50.5
  • Franklin, Stephen -- 50.5
  • Fraser, Helen -- 50.5
  • Fremantle, Anne -- 50.5
  • Friedberg, Maurice -- 50.5
  • Friends International Centre -- 50.5
  • Frost, Rosamund -- 50.5
  • Furnivall, John -- 50.5
  • Garibaldi, Ferdinando -- 50.6
  • Garman, Douglas Mavin -- 50.6
  • Garreldo, Jeanne -- 50.6
  • Garrigue, Jean -- 50.6
  • Garrison, Bill -- 50.6
  • Gebhardt, Guy -- 50.6
  • Gee, Kenneth -- 50.6
  • General Development Corporation -- 50.7
  • Gentleman's Quarterly -- 50.6
  • George Washington University (Vladimir Tolstoy) -- 50.6
  • George, Helen -- 50.6
  • Germain, Edward -- 50.6
  • Gibian, George -- 50.6
  • Gifford, Henry -- 50.6
  • Gilbert, Stuart -- 50.6
  • Ginsberg, Charlotte -- 50.6
  • Giop, Sonia Raiziss -- 50.6
  • Glendinning, Alex -- 50.6
  • GLM Editions, Paris -- 50.6
  • Globe Playhouse Trust Limited -- 50.6
  • Globus (Rudo S.) Inc. -- 50.8
  • Gluck, Barbara Gail -- 50.6
  • Glyndebourne Opera -- 50.6
  • Goldschmidt, Anahid -- 50.6
  • Gollancz (Victory) Ltd. -- 50.6
  • Good Housekeeping -- 50.10
  • Good, Thomas -- 50.9
  • Goodey, John -- 50.6
  • Gordon, Jenifer -- 50.6
  • Gotham Book Mart, New York -- 50.6
  • Goul, Roman -- 50.6
  • Goya, Jorge -- 50.6
  • Grand, Mary Garrison -- 51.2
  • Grass, Florence -- 51.1
  • Great Britain British Council -- 51.3-4
  • Great Britain. British Information Services -- 51.1
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  • Great Britain. Control Office for Germany and Austria -- 51.1
  • Great Britain. Foreign Office -- 51.1
  • Great Britain. Ministry of Information -- 51.1
  • Great Britain. Ministry of National Insurance -- 51.1
  • Green, Phyllis -- 51.1
  • Greenbaum, Wolff & Ernst -- 51.1
  • Greenwood Press -- 51.1
  • Gregory, Horace -- 51.1
  • Gregory, Patrick -- 51.1
  • Grey Walls Press Limited -- 51.1
  • Grierson, Philip -- 51.1
  • Grieve, C. M. (Christopher Murray) -- 51.1
  • Grosset & Dunlop, Inc. -- 51.5
  • Grotowski, Jerzy -- 51.1
  • Grove Press -- 51.6-7
  • Guardian. Manchester, England -- 51.1
  • Guenther, P. -- 51.1
  • Guggenheim, Peggy -- 51.1
  • Guthrie, Anne -- 51.1
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  • Habunek, Vlado -- 52.1
  • Hadd, John R. -- 52.1
  • Haggard, Stephen -- 52.1
  • Hague & Gill Ltd. Printers -- 52.1
  • Haimson, Leopold H. -- 52.1
  • Hale (Robert) & Company -- 52.1
  • Halperin, George -- 52.1
  • Hamilton (Hamish) Ltd. -- 52.2
  • Harari, Manya -- 52.1
  • Harcourt, Brace & World, Inc. -- 52.1
  • Harcourt, Melville -- 52.3
  • Hare, Kenneth -- 52.4
  • Hare, Richard -- 52.1
  • Harper & Brothers, Publishers -- 52.1
  • Harper's Bazaar -- 52.1
  • Harper's Magazine -- 52.1
  • Harris & Sinclair -- 52.1
  • Harrison, Shirley -- 52.1
  • Hart, Clive -- 52.1
  • Hart, Howard -- 52.1
  • Hartman, Charles -- 52.1
  • Harvard University. Library -- 52.1
  • Harvard University -- 52.1
  • Harvill Press, Ltd. -- 52.1
  • Haupt, Alden M. -- 52.1
  • Hawthorn Books, Inc. Publishers -- 52.1
  • Hayley, W. A. -- 52.1
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  • Hayter, Stanley William -- 52.5
  • Hayward, John -- 52.1
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  • Heath (A. M.) & Company, Ltd. -- 52.6
  • Helweg, Marianne -- 52.6
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  • Hendry, James Findlay -- 52.6
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  • Hertz (Alexander) & Co. -- 52.7
  • Hill and Wang, Inc. -- 52.6
  • Hill, Elizabeth -- 52.6
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  • Hindle, Wilfrid -- 52.6
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  • Hogarth Press -- 52.6
  • Holdridge, Barbara -- 52.6
  • Holifield, Kam -- 52.6
  • Holland Press Service -- 52.6
  • Holroyd, Michael -- -52.6
  • Holt, Rinehart and Winston, Inc. -- 52.6
  • Holter, Howard R. -- 52.6
  • Holtzman, Irwin Toby -- 52.6
  • Hopkins Bros. -- 52.6
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  • Horne, William -- 52.6
  • Horovitz, Michael -- 52.6
  • Horrox, R. -- 52.6
  • Hotel Central, Barcelona -- 52.8
  • Hotel Paryski, Warsaw -- 52.8
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  • Houghton Mifflin Co. -- 52.9
  • House of Books, Ltd., New York -- 52.8
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  • John, Augustus Edwin, 1878-1961 -- 53.1
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  • Johnson, Marion Roberts -- 53.1
  • Johnson, Pamela Hansford -- 53.1
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  • Jorosy, Albert, 1883 -- -53.1
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  • Kallin, Anna Samoylovna "Niouta" -- 53.5
  • Kamkin (Victor) Bookstore, Inc. -- 53.5
  • Karlweis, Ninon Tallon -- 53.5
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  • Kazin, Alfred, 1915- -- -53.5
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  • Kennedy, Barbara -- 53.5
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  • Kline, Edward -- 53.5
  • Knight, Ray -- 53.5
  • Knopf (Alfred A.), Inc. -- 53.5
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  • Koch, Vivienne -- 53.8
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  • Langton, Basil -- 53.10
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  • Laureau, Marcel -- 53.10
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  • Lavrin, Janko -- 53.10
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  • Leeds, Harold Eliot -- 53.10
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  • Lehmann, John -- 53.13
  • Lemle Brothers, New York -- 53.10
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  • Leone, Vivien -- 53.14
  • Letter Edged in Black Press, Inc. -- 53.10
  • Leventhal, A. J. -- 53.10
  • Leventhal, Marion -- 53.10
  • Lévesque, Jacques-Henry -- 53.10
  • Levi, Irving B. -- 53.10
  • Levine, Isaac Don -- 53.10
  • LeWinter, Oswald -- 53.10
  • Librairie Gallimard -- 54.1
  • Library for Intercultural Studies, Inc. -- 54.1
  • Lidin, Vladimir -- 54.1
  • Life and Letters Today -- 54.1
  • Life Circulation Company, Inc. -- 54.1
  • Lindsay, Merrill -- 54.1
  • Lippmann, Elga -- 54.2-3
  • Lit, Janice Reed -- 54.1
  • Literary Digest -- 54.1
  • Literary Review -- 54.1
  • Literary World -- 54.1
  • Lockhart, J. G. -- 54.1
  • Lodge, Diana -- 54.1
  • London Daily Mail -- 54.1
  • London Gallery -- 54.1
  • London. University. Press -- 54.1
  • London. University. Royal Holloway College -- 54.1
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  • Long, Lyda Arco -- 54.4
  • Look -- 54.1
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  • Lougee (Jane) Photography -- 54.1
  • Lowenfels, Walter -- 54.1
  • Lubin Galleries -- 54.1
  • Luckyj, George -- 54.1
  • Lukacs, Palko -- 54.1
  • Lund (Percy) Humphries and Company -- 54.1
  • Lunn, Hugh Kingsmill, 1899- -- -54.1
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  • MacGreevy, Thomas -- 54.9
  • Mackenzie, Ian -- 54.6
  • Macleod, Joseph Gordon -- 54.6
  • Macleod, Norman -- 54.6
  • Macmillan Company -- 54.6, 54.11
  • MacNamara, Brinsley, pseud., 1890-1963 -- 54.6
  • Makins, Carlotta -- 55.2
  • Manchester University -- 55.3
  • Mandy, Shaun -- 55.4
  • Martell, Alison -- 55.5
  • McAlpine, Helen -- 54.7
  • McAlpine, William -- 54.8
  • McBovarey, Marie Jo -- 54.6
  • McGraw-Hill Book Company, Inc. -- 54.6
  • McGuinness, Norah -- 54.6
  • McKay (David) Company -- 54.6
  • McKinley (Hazel) Studio of Art -- 54.6
  • McKinley, Hazel -- 54.10
  • McLean, Marjorie -- 54.6
  • Mead, Joseph -- 55.6
  • Medina, Kate -- 55.6
  • Megendorff, A. -- 55.6
  • Melnechuk, Thedore -- 55.6
  • Mercier, Joseph -- 55.6
  • Mercure de France -- 55.6
  • Meridian Books -- 55.7
  • Merlin: The Paris Quarterly -- 55.6
  • Merritt, Malcolm -- 55.6
  • Mesens, E. L. T. -- 55.6
  • Mespoulet, Marguerite -- 55.6
  • Methuen & Company -- 55.6
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  • Pincus, Warren -- 57.9
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  • Pogo, Alexander -- 57.9
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  • Polska Rada Biblioteczna -- 57.9
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  • Poretfolio and Art News Annual -- 57.9
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  • Rand School of Social Science -- 59.7
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  • Royal Empire Society, London -- 61.1
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  • Rubinstein, Harold -- 61.1
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  • Russell, John W. -- 61.1
  • Russian Review -- 61.1
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  • Saturday Evening Post -- 61.6
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  • Savage, Alma -- 61.6
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  • Scholastic Magazines, Inc. -- 61.8
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  • Scribner's (Charles) Sons, New York -- 61.6
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  • Simon and Schuster -- 61.11
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  • Skyline High School, Oakland, California. Promethean -- 61.11
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  • St. Louis University -- 61.6
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  • Young Men's and Young Women's Hebrew Association, New York. Poetry Center -- 63.15
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  • Yurieff, Zoya -- 63.12
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  • Zahorski, Kenneth J. -- 63.12
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Index of Miscellaneous

  • Unidentified author. Biographical sketch of Vladimir Varsavsky, undated -- 64.2
  • Unidentified author. Biographical sketch re Bely?, 1958 -- 65.2
  • Unidentified author. Black label, undated -- 64.7
  • Unidentified author. Card to Arco, Lyda, 1960 -- 64.1
  • Unidentified author. Card to Pereira, Irene Rice, 1953 -- 64.1
  • Unidentified author. Card written as if from Nin, Anaïs and Lawrence Durrell to Henry Miller, undated -- 65.6
  • Unidentified author. Content, 1938 -- 64.7
  • Unidentified author. Edward Melcarth: A new viewpoint in American art exhibit, 1964 -- 64.2
  • Unidentified author. Food rations from the Gastronome for one month, undated -- 64.2
  • Unidentified author. Form letter to Reavey, George, undated -- 64.1
  • Unidentified author. Homestake enterprises, circa 1956 -- 64.2
  • Unidentified author. Instructions for recording or tape deck, undated -- 64.2
  • Unidentified author. Numerological plottings for George Reavey, undated -- 64.2
  • Unidentified author. Of the theatre among the Muscovites, undated -- 64.7
  • Unidentified author. Of wenches and wenching in Muscovy, undated -- 64.7
  • Unidentified author. Read Joyce for Joyce, undated -- 64.7
  • Unidentified author. Ten-minute lullaby, undated -- 64.2
  • Unidentified author. The Petrashevists; Dostoyevsky Fourierist, undated -- 64.7
  • Unidentified author. The reality of the spirit; the spirit and being, undated -- 64.7
  • Unidentified author. The stench in the lee of the battlefield, undated -- 64.2
  • Unidentified author. Trois Georges et une Karma ou la mer, undated -- 64.8
  • Unidentified author. Within each man there is a dormant fascist, undated -- 64.3
  • Unidentified author. Yevgeny Yevtushenko: Poems, 1968 or later -- 64.2
  • Unidentified author Barbara. Letter to Reavey, George, 1971 -- 115.7
  • Unidentified author Carol. Letter to Reavey, Jean Bullowa, 1971 -- 65.6
  • Unidentified author Eve. Card to Pereira, Irene Rice, undated -- 64.1
  • Unidentified author Hortense? Indomitable, undated -- 64.2
  • Unidentified author Jago. Letter to Pereira, Irene Rice, 1955 -- 64.1
  • Unidentified author Jimmy. Card to Pereira, Irene Rice, 1953 -- 64.1
  • Unidentified author Poppi. Sketch, signed to George, 1973 -- 64.2
  • Unidentified author / Chekov? The seagulls?, undated -- 64.4
  • Unidentified author / Claudel? Partage de Midi, or The break of noon, undated -- 64.5
  • Unidentified author / Gorky? Children of the sun, undated -- 64.6
  • Unidentified author / Grabbe? Don Juan and Faust?, undated -- 64.4
  • Unidentified author / Grotowski? Malenkov as leader, undated -- 64.4
  • Unidentified author / Grotowski? Malenkov's solitude, undated -- 64.4
  • Unidentified author / Nietzsche? Thus spake Zarathustra, undated -- 64.4
  • Unidentified author / Pasternak? Poems, undated -- 64.4
  • Unidentified author / Tolstoy? Ivan Grozny, undated -- 64.4
  • Unidentified author / Yevtushenko? Poems, undated -- 64.4
  • Unidentified author / Zoshchenko? Stories, undated -- 64.4
  • Abramov, Fyodor. The new life: A day on a collective farm, translated by George Reavey, 1963 -- 65.8
  • Allied Artists of West Virgina. Letter to Pereira, Irene Rice, 1955 -- 65.6
  • Ambassade de France a Moscou. Letter to Aux Autorities Civiles et Militaires Francaises, 1945 -- 65.6
  • Angelbeck, J. R. Letter certifying George Reavey as a survivor of S. S. Jutland, 1942 -- 65.7
  • Arbatsky, Yuri. Autobiography, undated -- 66.2
  • Archer, David. Some notes on the need for a contemporary Arts centre, undated -- 66.1
  • Argiro, Patricia. Return to this isle, undated -- 66.1
  • Aronson, Alex. Essay on the social problem in contemporary literature, undated -- 66.1
  • Aronson, Alex. Letter to unidentified correspondent Christopher, undated -- 66.1
  • L'association des artistes et des écrivains révolutionaires groupe. Extraits des statuts, undated -- 82.1
  • Athenaeum Publishers. Letter to Ralph Maud, 1961 -- 66.1
  • Authors League of America, Inc. Copyright revision, a winter-spring diary, 1967 -- 66.1
  • Bagritsky, Eduard Georgieyvich. Poems, undated -- 66.5
  • Bair, Deirdre. Letter to Dr. Leventhal, undated -- 66.3
  • Bair, Scott. List of titles, undated -- 66.3
  • Baltrusatis, Jurgis. Morning song, undated -- 66.3
  • Barnstone, Willis. Antijournal, undated -- 66.5
  • Bear, Donald. Telegram to Pereira, Irene Rice, 1950 -- 66.3
  • Beckett, Samuel. Letters to Reavey, Gwynned, 1938-1954 -- 66.6
  • Beckett, Samuel. Letters to Reavey, Jean Bullowa, 1961-1976 -- 66.6
  • Beckett, Samuel. Trinity College Litt.D. Samuel Barclay Beckett ceremony, 1959 -- 66.6
  • Beckett, Samuel. Still, undated -- 66.6
  • Bedny, Demyan. My verse, undated -- 66.3
  • Beharrell, L. V. Letter to Macy's Department Store, 1951 -- 66.3
  • Berdyaev, Nikolai. Christianity and anti-semitism, undated-- 66.3
  • Bergholz, Olga. That same meadow, undated -- 66.3
  • Bergholz, Olga. Unidentified Russian text, undated -- 66.3
  • Bialoguski, Michael. Letter to Petrov, Vladimir, 1956 -- 66.3
  • Bilis, A. Reproduced portrait of Reavey, circa 1931 -- 66.3
  • Blanche, Jacque-Émile. Letter to Huxley-Rofler, Mrs., 1932 -- 66.3
  • Blok, Alexander. Poems, undated -- 66.7
  • Bodenheim, Maxwell. Meditations in a cemetary (sic), 1953 -- 66.3
  • Bogdanoff, Rose. Card to Pereira, Irene Rice, 1952 -- 66.3
  • Bokov, Viktor Fedorovich. Poems, undated -- 66.3
  • Brandy, T. E. Untitled poem As I lay awake betimes…, undated -- 66.3
  • Brendon (William) & Son, Printers. Letter to J. M. Dent & Sons, 1938 -- 66.3
  • Breton, André. Limits not frontiers of surrealism, 1936 -- 66.3
  • Breton, André. List of collected essays, undated -- 66.3
  • Brockway, Frederick. Letter to Reavey, Gwynned, 1938 -- 66.8
  • Brockway, Frederick. Poems, 1938-1947, undated -- 66.8
  • Brockway, Frederick. Review of exhibition by René Magritte, undated -- 66.8
  • Brockway, Frederick. Six poems by George Reavey (an appreciation by Frederick Brockway), undated -- 66.8
  • Brodsky, Joseph. Poems, undated -- 66.9
  • Brooke, Jocelyn. Card with drawing Les tombeau de la surrealism to Trevelyan, Julian, 1931? –--66.3
  • Brower, Millicent. Limericks for book week, 1975 -- 66.3
  • Brylawski, Fulton. Letter to Jaffe, Katz, Moselle & Schier, 1959 -- 66.3
  • Büchner, Georg. Excerpt from letters, undated -- 66.3
  • Bufalino, Chas. Untitled poem Oh how was I to know that you would falter, 1961 -- 66.3
  • Bugaev, Boris Nikolaevich (pseudonym Andrey Bely). Kotik Letayev, undated -- 67.2-6
  • Bugaev, Boris Nikolaevich (pseudonym Andrey Bely). Newspaper clippings re, 1959-1975, undated -- 86.1
  • Bugaev, Boris Nikolaevich (pseudonym Andrey Bely). The return, undated -- 66.3
  • Bugaev, Boris Nikolaevich (pseudonym Andrey Bely). Russia, undated -- 66.3
  • Bugaev, Boris Nikolaevich (pseudonym Andrey Bely). St. Petersburg, 1959 -- 67.1, 67.7-8, 68.1-3
  • Bugaev, Boris Nikolaevich (pseudonym = Andrey Bely). The silver dove, 1974 -- 68.4-6, 69.1-7
  • Calder, Bettina Jonic. Letter to Reavey, Jean Bullowa, 1960? -- 70.1
  • Cambridge. University. Gonville and Caius College. Caius Club. Plan of tables for dinner, undated -- 70.1
  • Cambridge. University. Gonville and Caius College. Residents list and degree requirements, 1928-1931 -- 70.1
  • Cambridge. University. List of congregations, 1934-1935 -- 70.1
  • Central London Electricity, Ltd. Letters to Reavey, Gwynedd, 1947-1948 -- 70.1
  • Chemical Bank N.Y. Trust Co. Receipts, canceled checks, 1960-1976 -- 70.2
  • Chemical Corn Exchange Bank, receipts, canceled checks, 1954-1959 -- 70.3-6, 71.1
  • Churchill, C. Richard. Envelope to Pereira, Irene Rice, 1951 -- 70.1
  • Civil Service Commission. English exam, undated -- 70.1
  • Codray, V. Christmas greeting / drawing, 1952 -- 70.1
  • Coffey, Brian. Review of Murphy by Samuel Beckett, 1938 -- 71.2
  • Coffey, Brian. Third person, 1938 -- 71.2
  • Coffey, Bridget Baynes. Letter to Reavey, Gwynedd, undated -- 70.1
  • Columbia University. Library card for George Reavey, 1949 -- 70.1
  • Congrat-Butler, Stefan. Letter to Pereira, Irene Rice, undated -- 70.1
  • Conlin, Mary Beth. Letter to Yevtushenko, Yevgeny, 1970 -- 70.1
  • Cordier, Robert. Birth announcement of daughter, 1962 -- 70.1
  • Cunard White Star. Baggage insurance receipt, undated -- 70.1
  • D_____, Norah. Poems, 1924-1928 -- 71.3
  • Daniels, Guy. Letter to Reavey, Jean Bullowa, 1960 -- 71.3
  • Day-Lewis, Cecil. You that love England (clipping), undated -- 71.3
  • Dayton Art Institute. Letter to Grove Press, 1956 -- 71.3
  • Dayton Art Institute. Letter to Pereira, Irene Rice, 1956 -- 71.3
  • De Brun, Elsa. Letter to Reavey, Jean Bullowa, 1967 -- 71.3
  • De Veaux, Sarah. Poems, undated -- 71.3
  • Delavenay, Émile. Sentiment in the works of Barrie, undated -- 71.4
  • Deren, Maya. Letter to Pereira, Irene Rice, 1955 -- 71.3
  • Derwood, Gene. Reproduced portrait of Dylan Thomas, 1950 -- 71.3
  • Derwood, Gene. Reproduced self-portraits, 1942 -- 71.3
  • Derwood, Gene and Oscar Williams. Card to Pereira, Irene Rice, 1953 -- 71.3
  • Devlin, Denis. Argument with justice, undated -- 71.3
  • Devlin, Denis. Intercessions, 1937 -- 71.5
  • Devlin, Denis. One for all, de Paul Éluard, undated -- 71.3
  • Devlin, Denis. They are alike, de Paul Éluard, undated -- 71.3
  • Dimić, Moma. Translation of article re Reavey, 1975 -- 71.3
  • Dimon, Theodore. Perpetual motion, undated -- 71.3
  • Dostoyevsky, Fyodor. Translation of unidentified text, undated -- 71.3
  • Dostoyevsky, Fyodor. Crime and punishment, translation by George Reavey, undated -- 71.6-8
  • Dudintsev, Vladimir. A New Year's fable, translation by George Reavey, undated --72.1
  • Duhamel, Georges. Croesus (clipping), 1937 -- 71.3
  • Duhamel, Georges. Descartes in relation to our time, translated by George Reavey, undated. With European Literary Bureau label. -- 71.3
  • Duhamel, Georges. Sur un portrait de Bonaparte, undated -- 71.3
  • Duhamel, Georges. Le vrai tresor des francais, undated. With stamp of European Literary Bureau. -- 71.3
  • Edelman, Dick. Invitation fo Living Theatre performance to Pereira, Irene Rice, 1954 -- 72.2
  • Ehrenburg, Ilya, Ehrenburg on Hemingway, translated by George Reavey, 1961 -- 72.3
  • Ehrenburg, Ilya. What I have learned (tearsheet), 1967 -- 72.2
  • Elagin, Ivan. Not a sound on the moon, undated -- 72.2
  • Elagin, Ivan. Pasteup of poems in Russian, undated -- 72.4
  • Elagin, Ivan. The poetry of Ivan Elagin, translated by Helen Janin, typescript, 1969 -- 72.5
  • Éluard, Paul. Automatic writing, 1936 -- 72.2
  • Éluard, Paul. International Surrealist Exhibition, reading announcement, 1936 -- 72.2
  • Éluard, Paul. Thorns of thunder: cover, portrait, poem Sequence (translated by Reavey), circa 1936? -- 72.2
  • Éluard, Paul. L'univers -- solitude, undated -- 72.2
  • Emin, Gevorg. Poems translated by George Reavey, undated -- 72.6
  • Emmanuel, Pierre. La tour contre le ceil, undated -- 72.2
  • Esenin, Sergeĭ Aleksandrovich. Poems in Russian, undated -- 72.8
  • Esenin, Sergeĭ Aleksandrovich. Poems, undated -- 72.7
  • Esenin, Sergeĭ Aleksandrovich. Pugatchoff, translated by Gerard Shelley, undated -- 72.9
  • Esenin-Volpin, Alexander. A leaf of spring, translated by George Reavey, circa 1961 -- 72.10, 73.1-2
  • Europa Press. Records, circa 1932-1940 -- 73.3-9, 74.1-8
  • European Literary Bureau. Records, circa 1936-1939 -- 74.9
  • Feodorov, Vladimir. Untitled poem, At times young men with flashy phrases…, undated -- 79.5
  • Finn, Gloria. Letter to Pereira, Irene Rice, undated -- 79.5
  • First Church of Religious Science. We accept the love and peace of God…, undated -- 79.5
  • Ford, Charles Henri. The garden of disorder, proof pages, undated -- 79.5
  • Forman, Joanne. Letter to Putnam's (G. P.) Sons, 1965 -- 79.5
  • Fran_____, Jean. Woodcut print, 1971 -- 79.5
  • Frohnknecht, Margaret. Letter to Beckett, Samuel, 1938 -- 79.5
  • Funeral Chapel, Inc. Invoice to Reavey, Jean Bullowa, 1976 -- 79.5
  • Furse (A. E. P.) & Co., Ltd. Invoice to Henderson, Mrs., 1951 -- 79.5
  • Galanskov, Yuri. The human manifesto, undated -- 79.7
  • Goethe, Johann Wolfgang von. For the Shakespeare day, October 14, 1771, translated by Maurice Edwards, undated -- 79.7
  • Gogol, Nikolai. Dead souls, translated by George Reavey, 1948 -- 79.8
  • Gogol, Nikolai. Excerpt from Dead souls, undated -- 79.7
  • Goll, Yvan. Poems, undated -- 79.9
  • Good, Richard. Zero-hour, undated -- 79.7
  • Good, Thomas. Equinoxes (poems), undated -- 79.7
  • Goole, Roman and P. Stavroff. Genius and passions: the life of Dostoyevsky, scenario, 1936 -- 79.10
  • Gor, Gennady. The nagging interlocutor, undated -- 79.11
  • Gorky, Maxim. Chelkash, undated -- 80.3
  • Gorky, Maxim. First love, undated -- 80.4
  • Gorky, Maxim. In the steppe, undated -- 80.2
  • Gorky, Maxim. Letter to Pasternak, Boris, 1927 -- 80.1
  • Gorky, Maxim. A man is born, undated -- 80.2
  • Gorky, Maxim. Music, undated -- 80.2
  • Gorky, Maxim. Newspaper clippings re, 1962-1964 -- 87.7
  • Gorky, Maxim. The nightingale, undated -- 80.5
  • Gorky, Maxim. The nightmare, undated -- 80.2
  • Gorky, Maxim. On the rafts (an Easter story), undated -- 80.2
  • Gorky, Maxim. The story of a hero, undated -- 80.2
  • Gorky, Maxim. Twenty-six men and a girl, undated -- 80.2
  • Gorky, Maxim. Unrequited love, undated -- 80.2
  • Gossman, Hedy Verena. Letter to Wishart & Co., 1934 -- 79.7
  • Great Britain. Ministry of Information. Letter releasing George Reavey from service, 1945 -- 79.7
  • Great Britain. St. Marylebone Registration District. Notice of marriage between George Reavey and Irene Rice Pereira, 1950 -- 79.7
  • Grin, Alexander. The loquacious goblin, undated -- 79.7
  • Grosset & Dunlap, Inc. Letter to Wolff (H.) Book Manufacturing Company, 1961 -- 79.7
  • Grotowski, Jerzy. Exercises, undated -- 80.7-8
  • Grotowski, Jerzy. How one can live, 1972 -- 80.9
  • Grotowski, Jerzy. Interviews with Grotowski, 1969-1972, undated -- 80.10
  • Grotowski, Jerzy. Not actor, son of man, undated -- 81.1
  • Grotowski, Jerzy. Untitled re Theatre Laboratory, undated -- 80.6
  • Grotowski, Jerzy. The voice, undated -- 81.1
  • Gruyth, René de. Pouchkine et Nicolas I, undated -- 79.7
  • Guernsey Star & Gazette. Letter to Temple Press, 1938 -- 79.7
  • Gumilev, Nikolai. You and I, undated -- 79.7
  • Gurdjieff, Georges Ivanovitch. Letter to Solon, Israel, undated -- 79.7
  • Guvanov, Leonid. The artist, undated -- 79.7
  • Habunek, Vlado. Letter to Reavey, Jean Bullowa, 1973 -- 81.3
  • Hardebeck, Mary. Poems by Mary Hardebeck, undated -- 81.4
  • Hare, Kenneth. The mermaid and the milkman, undated -- 81.3
  • Hayter, Désirée. Letter to Reavey, Jean Bullowa, 1973 -- 81.3
  • Hayter, Julian. Draft dodge, undated -- 81.5
  • Hayter, Julian. Letter to Reavey, George, 1971 -- 81.5
  • Hayter, Julian, The silver ring and the golden cane, undated -- 81.5
  • Hayter, Julian. So spoke a man to himself, undated -- 81.5
  • Hayter, Stanley William. Engraving (photocopy), 1935 -- 81.3
  • Hayter, Stanley William. Letter to Buckland-Wright, John, 1944 -- 81.3
  • Hofstra College. Letter to Pereira, Irene Rice, 1954 -- 81.3
  • Hugnet, Georges. Paul Éluard, undated -- 81.3
  • Ilf and Petrov. Count Sredizemsky, undated -- 81.6
  • Inber, Vera. Maya, undated -- 81.7
  • Institute of Contemporary Arts. Letter to Pereira, Irene Rice, 1950 -- 81.3
  • Inter-University Committee on Travel Grants. Form letter, 1961 -- 81.3
  • Italian Publications, Inc. List of books exhibited by Arnoldo Mondadori Editore, undated -- 81.3
  • Ivask, George. Leontiev as a novelist, 1967 -- 81.3
  • Ivask, George. Letter to Waybright, Victor, 1969 -- 81.3
  • Ivask, George. The other Russian: Konstantin Leontiev, 1967 -- 81.3
  • Ivask, Tamara. Poem, undated -- 81.3
  • Ivinskaya, Olga. International PEN memoranda and related materials on the arrest and imprisonment of Ivinskaya, 1961 -- 81.8
  • Izquierdo, Rafael López. Letter to Reavey, Gwynedd, 1941 -- 81.3
  • Jacob, Max. Defense of Tartuffe, undated -- 81.9
  • Jacob, Max. Phaedra, undated -- 81.9
  • Jacob, Max. White magic, undated -- 81.9
  • Janosi, Friedrich Engle de. Letter to Langton, Mr., 1949 -- 81.9
  • Janta, Alexander. The flute and the apocalypse, undated -- 81.9
  • Jouhandeau, Marcel. The chevin, translated by George Reavey, undated -- 81.9
  • Joyce, James. Newspaper clippings re, 1930-1975, undated -- 87.6
  • Kapp, Helen. Letter to Pereira, Irene Rice, 1956
  • Kazin, Alfred. Alfred Kazin on Boris Pasternak, 1958 -- 81.9
  • Kerensky, Alexander. Unidentified work, chapter excerpt, 1965 -- 81.10-11
  • Khabarov, Ivan. Poems, undated -- 81.12
  • Khlebnikov, Velimir. Poems, undated -- 81.13
  • Khodasevich, Vladislav. Poem, undated -- 81.9
  • Khudyakov, Genrich. Resume, 1974 or after -- 81.9
  • King-Farlow, John. Amnon and Tamar, undated -- 81.9
  • King-Farlow, John. Blueprint of a private passion, undated -- 81.9
  • King-Farlow, John. The logic of tyranny: a new Russian voice, undated -- 81.9
  • King-Farlow, John. Le recherché du papillon, undated -- 81.9
  • King-Farlow, John. Remembering too much, undated -- 81.9
  • King-Farlow, John. Soliloquy at a social gathering, undated -- 81.9
  • Klyuev, Nikolai, Untitled poem Out of the cellars…, undated -- 81.9
  • Kniga (England), Ltd. Translations out of the Russian of Soviet authors, 1931 -- 81.9
  • Kochetov, Vsevolod. A conflict of ideas, undated -- 81.9
  • Konchalovskaya, Natalia. On a bench, undated -- 81.9
  • Konsiński, Jerzy. Letter to Weybright and Talley, Inc., 1969 -- 81.9
  • Kozintsev, Grigori. The generations and films, undated -- 81.9
  • Kutznetsov, Anatoly. Newspaper clippings re, 1969 -- 85.4
  • Lawrence, D. H. Introduction to the memoirs of the Foreign Legion, undated -- 82.1
  • Leavey, Charles A. Dun. The Rockefellers ride again, undated -- 82.1
  • Leontiev, Konstantin. Against the current, undated -- 82.1
  • Leontiev, Konstantin. Against the current, translated by George Reavey, 1969 -- 82.2-8
  • Leontiev, Konstantin. The Egyptian dove, translated by George Reavey, 1969 -- 83.1-6
  • Lermontov, Mikhail. Two poems, undated -- 82.1
  • Leventhal, A. J. The Beckett hero, undated -- 82.1
  • Limonov, Eduard. Poems, undated -- 83.7
  • Lindsay Drummond, Ltd. Letter to Grover, Humphrey & Boyes, 1940 -- 82.1
  • London Irish Rugby Football Club. Booklet for members, season 1922-1923 -- 82.1
  • Lozinskaya, L. Review of a new translation of Romeo and Juliet by Boris Pasternak, undated -- 83.8
  • Mallarmé, Stéphane. Sonnet, undated -- 84.1
  • Mamleev, Yuri. Unidentified Russian texts, undated -- 84.8
  • Mandelstam, Osip. Poems, undated -- 84.9
  • Mandy, C. R. Letters to Pereira, Irene Rice, 1954 -- 84.1
  • Marbrook, Djelloul. Epitaph for the poet who died of the cold, undated -- 84.1
  • Maritain, Jacques. D'un nouvel humanism, 1937 -- 84.1
  • Maritain, Jacques. Note sur le progress, undated -- 84.1
  • Martinez, Severiano. Drawing of the virgin, undated -- 84.1
  • Martynov, Leonid. Poems, undated -- 84.10
  • Matveyeva, Novella. Poems, undated -- 84.11
  • Maud, Ralph. Dylan Thomas' Collected poems: chronology of composition, circa 1961 -- 66.1
  • Mayakovsky, Vladimir. The bedbug and selected poetry, translated by Max Hayward and George Reavey, edited by Patricia Blake, 1960 -- 84.2-7
  • McCullers, Carson. Saraband, undated -- 84.1
  • McKinley, Hazel Guggenheim. Card to Pierce, Watson O'Dell, 1958 -- 84.1
  • McKinley, Hazel Guggenheim. Catalog of paintings, undated -- 84.1
  • McKinley, Hazel Guggenheim. In memoriam Titanic anniversary, 1969 -- 84.1
  • McKinley, Hazel Guggenheim. Letter to Reavey, Jean Bullowa, 1976 -- 84.1
  • McKinley, Hazel Guggenheim. Photo postcard, undated -- 84.1
  • Mein, Henry V. Letter to the New Statesman and Nation, 1946 -- 85.1
  • Menashe, Samuel. Untitled poem, Now sing to tarnish and good weathering…, undated -- 85.1
  • Merritt, Malcolm. Card to Pereira, Irene Rice, 1955 -- 85.1
  • Miller, Alan. Telegram and letter to Hayter, William, undated -- 85.1
  • Monaghan, Gertrude. Letter to Pereira, Irene Rice, undated -- 85.1
  • Montague, Evelyn. Letters to Reavey, Jean Bullowa, 1944-1975 -- 85.1
  • Montgomery, _____. Homo sapiens, undated -- 85.1
  • Moyle, Don. In any city, 1968 -- 85.1
  • Neruda, Pablo. Text and translations of poems read by Pablo Neruda, undated -- 85.1
  • New World Review. Card to October House, 1969 -- 85.1
  • New York City. Municipal Court, Brooklyn. Small Claims. Notice to defendant, 1961 -- 85.1
  • New York. International House. Admittance card for George Reavey, undated -- 85.1
  • Nicholls, J. W. Wonderland revisited: the Mad Hatter's tri-party, undated -- 85.1
  • Nilsky, _____. Untitled poem, You, who are nineteen…, 1961 -- 85.1
  • Nolen, James R. Letter to Pereira, Irene Rice, 1950 -- 85.1
  • Okudzhava, Bulat. Poems, undated -- 89.3
  • Olesha, Yury. The catalogue of benefits, or Contcharova, translated by George Reavey and Barbara Nixon, undated –89.1
  • Outhwaite, Tony. Text of This mule ain't from Moscow, by Charles Mingus, 1963 -- 89.1
  • Owen (Peter) Ltd. Letter to Reavey, Jean Bullowa, 1969 -- 89.1
  • Palmer, Winthrop. Career girls, undated -- 89.2
  • Panferov, Fedor. Love and art, 1960 -- 89.2
  • Parsons, Doris. The hindering water, undated -- 89.2
  • Pasternak, Boris. Aesthetic, undated -- 89.9
  • Pasternak, Boris. Auntie Olya, undated -- 89.10
  • Pasternak, Boris. The blind beauty, 1969 -- 89.11
  • Pasternak, Boris. I remember, undated -- 89.12
  • Pasternak, Boris. The last summer, 1959-1960 -- 89.13-14, 90.1
  • Pasternak, Boris. Letter to Decker, Clarence R. in English, 1959 -- 89.4
  • Pasternak, Boris. Letter to Schreider, Shirley in English, 1959 -- 89.4
  • Pasternak, Boris. Letter to the editor of Pravda, 1958 -- 89.5
  • Pasternak, Boris. Letter to unidentified recipient in Russian, 1932 -- 89.4
  • Pasternak, Boris. Mary Stuart, 1957 -- 90.2
  • Pasternak, Boris. My new translations, undated -- 90.3
  • Pasternak, Boris. News releases, press releases, broadcast transcripts re Pasternak, 1958-1960 -- 95.9
  • Pasternak, Boris. Newspaper clippings re, 1958-1968, undated -- 86.2-6, 87.1-2
  • Pasternak, Boris. Poems, undated -- 90.4-9, 91.1-9
  • Pasternak, Boris. The poetry of Boris Pasternak, selected, edited, and translated by George Reavey, 1969 -- 92.1-10, 93.1-7, 94.1-6, 95.1-2
  • Pasternak, Boris. Printed sketch of Pasternak drawn by his father, 1914 -- 95.12
  • Pasternak, Boris. The proud beggar, undated -- 95.3
  • Pasternak, Boris. Radio show re Pasternak and Nobel Prize, 1958 -- 95.10
  • Pasternak, Boris. Safe conduct, undated -- 95.4
  • Pasternak, Boris. Speeches, undated -- 95.5
  • Pasternak, Boris. Testimonials re Pasternak, undated -- 95.11
  • Pasternak, Boris. Troubled days, undated -- 95.6
  • Pasternak, Boris. Two excerpts from a chapter of a novel, undated -- 95.7-8
  • Pasternak, Boris. Unidentified works, 1933-1960, undated -- 89.6-8
  • Patmore, Derek. Letter to Canfield, Cass, 1949 -- 89.2
  • Paustovsky, Konstantin. The crowd on the quay, undated -- 96.1
  • Payne, Thomas. Letter to Pasternak, Boris, 1959 -- 89.2
  • Pearson, Ralph. Letter to Pereira, Irene Rice, 1955 -- 89.2
  • Peat, Marwick, Mitchell & Co. Account confirmation to Yevtushenko, Yevgeny, 1967 -- 89.2
  • Pereira, Irene Rice. Eastward journey, undated -- 96.4
  • Pereira, Irene Rice. Letter fragments and excerpts, undated -- 96.6
  • Pereira, Irene Rice. Light and the new reality, 1952 -- 96.5
  • Pereira, Irene Rice. Miscellaneous, 1954-1959, undated -- 96.7
  • Pereira, Irene Rice. Newspaper clippings re, 1950-1970, undated -- 87.5
  • Pereira, Irene Rice. Printed materials, 1938-1964, undated -- 98.4-6
  • Pereira, Irene Rice. Writings, 1952-1955, undated -- 96.2-3
  • Pertsov, V. Soviet poetry in George Reavey's interpretation -- 89.2
  • Pierce, Watson O'Dell. Address to Premier Kruschev, 1960 -- 89.2
  • Pilnyak, Boris. Mahogany, translated from the Russian by George Reavey, undated -- 109.11
  • Pilnyak, Boris. Tale of the unextinguished moon and other stories, translated by Beatrice Scott, 1967 -- 96.8
  • Pilnyak, Boris. With earth on one's hands, undated -- 96.8
  • Pizey, Dora. To Vladimir Komarov (poem), 1967 -- 89.2
  • Pizey, John. Letter to Hayter, Stanley William, 1967 -- 89.2
  • Pushkin, Alexander. Eugene Onegin, translated by George Reavey, 1927 -- 99.1
  • Pushkin, Alexander. Rouslan and Lyudmila, translated by George Reavey, undated -- 99.2
  • Pushkin, Alexander. Selected letters of Alexander Pushkin, translated by George Reavey, circa 1954 -- 99.3-6
  • Raine, Kathleen. Rio verde, rio verde, 1939 -- 99.7
  • Rea, Edmund. Admonition, undated -- 99.7
  • Read, Herbert. Speech, 1950 -- 99.7
  • Reavey, Daniel. Letter to Reavey, Sonia, 1934 -- 99.7
  • Reavey, Daniel. Letters of recommendation, 1914-1927 -- 99.9
  • Reavey, Emma. Letter to Reavey, Sophia, 1939 -- 99.7
  • Reavey, Emma. Letters to Reavey, Daniel, 1931-1932 -- 99.7
  • Reavey, George. Address books, undated -- 99.11-12, 100.1-6
  • Reavey, George. Appointment and address books, circa 1935-1975, undated -- 100.7-8, 101.1-11, 102.1-4, osf 1
  • Reavey, George. Bibliographical and biographical information, undated -- 102.6-8
  • Reavey, George. Book jackets, undated -- 102.9
  • Reavey, George. Book publicity and reviews, 1931-1966 -- 106.9
  • Reavey, George. Collection of Russian Soviet literature, 1921-1964 -- 102.11
  • Reavey, George. Columbia University Russian Institute, lecture notes, circa 1948-1950 -- 103.5-9
  • Reavey, George. Divorce papers, 1950-1961 -- 102.12
  • Reavey, George. Drawings, undated -- 102.13
  • Reavey, George. Financial records, 1950s -- 103.4
  • Reavey, George. Instituto Britanico, records and information, 1940-1941, undated -- 107.6
  • Reavey, George. Inventory of possessions, 1939-1942 -- 103.1
  • Reavey, George. Letterheads (blank) --103.1
  • Reavey, George. Letters of recommendation for, 1929-1958 -- 103.1
  • Reavey, George. Lists, undated -- 104.1-7
  • Reavey, George. Maps, undated -- 104.9
  • Reavey, George. Material for poetry library, Harvard, 1956 -- 104.8
  • Reavey, George. Memorandums of agreement, 1932-1971 –104.11, 105.1
  • Reavey, George. Newspaper clippings re, 1930-1974 -- 87.4
  • Reavey, George. Notebooks, 1924-1976, undated -- 105.3-8, 106.1-6
  • Reavey, George. Passports, 1918-1973 -- 106.8
  • Reavey, George. Poetry workshop materials, 1961-1963, undated -- 106.10-12, 107.1
  • Reavey, George. Post College, Brookville, New York, teaching materials, 1956-1959, undated -- 103.2-3, 105.2, 107.8
  • Reavey, George. Prescriptions and medical matters, 1933-1965-- 107.2
  • Reavey, George. Printed materials, 1946-1968, undated -- 98.7
  • Reavey, George. Receipts, 1937-1972, undated -- 107.4-5
  • Reavey, George. School certificates, 1924-1929 -- 107.7
  • Reavey, George. Soviet Union bulletins, undated -- 102.10
  • Reavey, George. Surrealist and other posters, 1936-1956, undated -- osf 2
  • Reavey, George. Tax information, circa 1951 -- 107.9
  • Reavey, George. U.S.S.R. publicity materials, 1942-1946 -- 104.10
  • Reavey, Gwynedd. Letter / draft to unidentified recipient Your Excellency, undated -- 99.7
  • Reavey, Gwynedd. Letter to Shelley, Mr., 1937 -- 99.7
  • Reavey, Gwynedd. List of supplies and tabulations from the Instituto Britanico, undated -- 99.8
  • Reavey, Gwynedd. The story of Aseff: synopsis, undated. With European Literary Bureau label. -- 99.8
  • Reavey, Jean Bullowa. A dialogue at the turn of the year, 1962 -- 107.10
  • Reavey, Jean Bullowa. How it is with Sam [Beckett], 1972 -- 107.10
  • Reavey, Jean Bullowa. In my nowhere, undated -- 107.10
  • Reavey, Jean Bullowa. Letter / incomplete draft to My dear ones, undated -- 107.10
  • Reavey, Jean Bullowa. Letter to Barnard College, 1960 -- 107.10
  • Reavey, Jean Bullowa. Letter to Greenwood Press, 1975 -- 107.10
  • Reavey, Jean Bullowa. Letter to Kingsley, Sidney, 1965 -- 107.10
  • Reavey, Jean Bullowa. Letter to unidentified recipient Robert, 1961 -- 107.10
  • Reavey, Jean Bullowa. Letters to Beckett, Samuel, 1967-1971 -- 107.10
  • Reavey, Jean Bullowa. Miscellaneous notes, 1960-1975, undated -- 107.11-12
  • Reavey, Jean Bullowa. Note to Reavey, George, undated -- 107.10
  • Reavey, Jean Bullowa. Notes taken by JR after Sam Beckett left with GR at 1:30 am, 1964 -- 107.10
  • Reavey, Jean Bullowa. Printed materials, 1965-1968 -- 98.8
  • Reavey, Jean Bullowa. To George on St. George's Day…, 1967 -- 107.10
  • Reavey, Joseph. Poems, undated -- 107.13
  • Reavey, Sarah. Letters to Reavey, Daniel, 1930-1931 -- 99.7
  • Reavey, Sarah. Letters to Reavey, Sophia, 1938-1938 -- 99.7
  • Reavey, Sophia. Health care expenses, 1939-1949, with travel information for 1927-1939 -- 107.14
  • Reavey, Sophia. Unidentified Russian text, 1933 -- 99.7
  • Reeves, James. Letter to Times Literary Supplement, 1958 -- 99.7
  • Remizov, Alexey. Unidentified Russian text, 1933 -- 99.7
  • Reversionary Interest Society. Notice to Reavey, Gwynedd, 1945 -- 99.7
  • Rice, Hilda Vanderbilt. Cards to Pereira, Irene Rice, 1952 -- 99.7
  • Roberts, Michael. Poems, undated -- 99.7
  • Rodgers, W. R. Stormy night, 1949 -- 99.7
  • Rostow, Walt. Letter to Reavey, Jean Bullowa, 1963 -- 99.7
  • Rozanov, Vasily. Solitaria / excerpts, 1927 -- 99.7
  • Rozhdestvensky, Robert. Poems, undated -- 99.7
  • Sahl, Hans. Homage a Irene [Rice Pereira], undated -- 108.1
  • Senghor, Léopold Sédar. Elegie pour Jean-Marie, 1968 -- 108.1
  • Shaw, Doris. Letter to Pereira, Irene Rice, 1953 -- 108.1
  • Sheldon, Gerard R. B. Poems, 1936-1938 -- 108.1
  • Shibaer, P. N. Books for P. Shibaer, docent of geology, undated -- 108.1
  • Sholokhov, Mikhail. During the retreat: an episode, undated -- 108.1
  • Sholokhov, Mikhail. The science of hate, 1942 -- 108.1
  • Simonov, Konstantin. The living and the dead, translated by R. Ainsztein, 1962 -- 108.2
  • Simonov, Konstantin. Wait for me, translated by Boris Watson, undated -- 108.1
  • Slutsky, Boris. Poems, undated -- 108.3
  • Sokolova, Natalia. A savage, undated -- 108.1
  • Sologub, Fyodor. Untitled poem, Whoever may govern now…, undated -- 108.1
  • Solzhenitsyn, Aleksandr. One day in the life of Ivan Denisovich, translated by Max Hayward and Ronald Hingley, 1963 -- 108.4
  • Solzhenitsyn, Aleksandr. One day in the life of Ivan Denisovich, translated by Ralph Parker, 1963 -- 108.5
  • Sosin, Gene. Thirty-three days in the Soviet Union, undated -- 108.6
  • Sosnora, Viktor. Poems, undated -- 108.7
  • Stained Glass Association of America. Letter to Pereira, Irene Rice, 1955 -- 108.1
  • Stanghetti, G. Plotin et le Neoplatonism, 1934 -- 108.1
  • Stanghetti, G. Plotin et le paganism religieux, 1934 -- 108.1
  • Stoler, Shirley. Letter to Reavey, Jean Bullowa, 1965 -- 108.1
  • Sullivan, A. M. The return, undated -- 108.8
  • Surgutcheff, Ilya. Autumn violins, undated -- 108.9
  • Surgutcheff, Ilya. The dream of the Empress Josephine, undated -- 108.1
  • Surgutcheff, Ilya. The march of the cockroaches, undated -- 108.1
  • Surrealist Group. Letter to our friends in London, 21 October 1938 (Paris) -- 108.1
  • Tendyakov, Vladimir. Two characters, undated -- 109.1
  • Tharaud, Jérôme. Dingley: The famous author, translated by Muriel Herbert and Émile Delavenay, undated -- 109.2
  • Thomas, Dylan. Correspondence with Gerstman, Felix G., 1953 -- 109.3
  • Thomas, Dylan. Out of the don-draped greenery of Magdalen grounds…, undated -- 109.3
  • Tikhonov, Nikolai. Poems, undated -- 109.4
  • Tolstoy, Aleksey Nikolayevich. Selected stories: introduction and preliminary notes, undated -- 109.5
  • Tolstoy, Aleksey Nikolayevich. The viper, undated -- 109.5
  • Tonbridge Printers, Ltd. Letter to Martin, H. R., 1937 -- 109.1
  • Treece, Henry. The tough boy, undated -- 109.1
  • Trossman, Nicholas A. Letter to October House, 1967 -- 109.1
  • Tsvetaeva, Marina. Poems, undated -- 109.6-7
  • Tsybin, I. S. Unidentified poem, 1967 -- 109.1
  • Tvardovsky, Aleksandr. The monument's wrenched plinth, undated -- 109.1
  • Tzara, Tristan. Mute, undated -- 109.1
  • United States. Department of Justice. Immigration and Naturalization Service. Denial of permanent resident status for Claudine Tardy, 1968 -- 109.1
  • United States. Library of Congress. Copyright Office. Letter to Donnelly, Walter, 1959 -- 109.1
  • Ushakov, Nikolai. Karabash, 1931 -- 109.1
  • Vasilieva, M. E. When I was a serf, undated -- 109.9
  • Velde, Geer van. Letter to Reavey, Gwynedd, 1945 -- 109.1
  • Velde, Lisl van. Letter to Reavey, Gwynedd, 1939 -- 109.1
  • Verchenko, Yu. Poetic swashbuckling and inside-out commonplaces, 1961 -- 109.1
  • Vernadsky, George. Problems of Ossetic and Russian epos, 1959 -- 109.1
  • Vieillard, Roger and Anita. Letter to Pereira, Irene Rice, undated -- 110.1
  • Vinokurov, Evgeny. Poems, undated -- 109.10
  • Voloshin, Maximilian. Poems, undated -- 109.1
  • Voznesensky, Andrei. Oza, parts IV, V, and VI, undated -- 110.4
  • Voznesensky, Andrei. Newspaper clippings re, 1963-1967 -- 85.4
  • Voznesensky, Andrei. Poems, 1967, undated -- 110.2-3
  • Voznesensky, Andrei. Taiga, undated -- 110.5
  • Vrij Nederland. Letter to Reavey, Gwynedd, 1948 -- 110.1
  • Wedekind, Frank. Heinrich von Kleist commemoration address, translated by Maurice Edwards, undated -- 110.1
  • Weeks, Edward. Letter to Reavey, George, 1960 -- 110.1
  • Weiss, Walter A. The surrogate and the umbrella, 1966 -- 110.1
  • Weiss, Walter A. Untitled diatribe, undated -- 110.1
  • Welles, Orson. The war of the worlds, adapted from H. G. Wells, circa 1938 -- 110.6
  • Wenning, Henry W. Appraisal of books in Reavey's library, undated -- 110.1
  • Wenning, Henry W. Letter to Reavey, George, 1973 -- 115.7
  • Wensinger, Arthur S. Bibliographical information for Modern European Poetry Anthology, undated -- 110.1
  • Wheler (F. T.), Insurance Broker. Certificate of insurance, 1942 -- 110.1
  • Who's Who. Form letter to Henderson, Alexander, 1951 -- 110.1
  • Williams, Oscar. Christmas greeting to Pereira, Irene Rice, 1955 -- 110.1
  • World Publishing Company. Request for permission to reprint, 1970 -- 110.1
  • Wulff, Anita Warwick. Ireland's exiles: George Bernard Shaw and James Joyce, undated -- 110.1
  • Yaddo. Card to Villa, José Garcia, 1953 -- 110.1
  • Yevtushenko, Yevgeny. The chicken god, 1965-1966 -- 75.2
  • Yevtushenko, Yevgeny. Newspaper clippings re, 1963-1968 -- 87.3
  • Yevtushenko, Yevgeny. Poems, undated -- 75.1, 75.3-16, 76.1-16, 77.1-2
  • Yevtushenko, Yevgeny. The poetry of Yevgeny Yevtushenko, translated by George Reavey, 1965 -- 77.3-10, 78.1-9, 79.1-4
  • Yevtushenko, Yevgeny. Yevtushenko speaks to the west, 1966 -- osf 1
  • Young (W. R.) & Co. Letter to Reavey, Daniel, 1929 -- 110.1
  • Zabolotsky, Nikolay. Poems, undated -- 110.7
  • Zacker, Alan. Man of the sea, undated -- 110.1
  • Zamyatin, Yevgeny. Envelope addressed to Komissarjevsky, T., undated -- 110.1
  • Zamyatin, Yevgeny. Mamai, undated -- 110.1
  • Zamyatin, Yevgeny. Par ecrit, undated -- 110.1
  • Zhdanov, Andrei. Literature's role in the Soviet regime, 1946 -- 110.8
  • Zoshchenko, Mikhail. An extraordinary incident, undated -- 110.9
  • Zoshchenko, Mikhail. In the beer-house, translated by George Reavey, undated -- 110.1
  • Zoshchenko, Mikhail. Mamma finds the tickets, translated by George Reavey, undated -- 110.1
  • Zoshchenko, Mikhail. Shouting is not allowed, translated by George Reavey, undated -- 110.1
  • Zoshchenko, Mikhail. When the sun rises: foreword, undated -- 110.1
  • Zoshchenko, Mikhail. When the sun rises: prologue, undated -- 110.1
  • Zoshchenko, Mikhail. Yes, he is dead, translated by George Reavey, undated -- 110.1

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