Mary Lago Collection

History

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Mary McClelland Lago (1919-2001) was on the University of Missouri Department of English faculty from 1977 to 1991. From 1989 until her retirement she held the endowed professorship, the Catherine Paine Middlebush Chair of English. Biographical Passages: Essays on Victorian and Modernist Biography Honoring Mary M. Lago (University of Missouri Press, 2000) describes her as a distinguished biographer, editor, translator, and scholar of Victorian and Edwardian literature. Her research interests included the intersection of British and Indian literature at the turn of the century and the Edwardian art scene.

Mary McClelland was born in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania and received her B.A. in English from Bucknell University in 1940. She moved to New York and worked for the Friendship Press. While in New York she became involved with the Cantata Singers and the Dessoff Choir and met her future husband, Gladwyn V. Lago. They moved to Columbia, Missouri, where Gladwyn Lago assumed a faculty position in the Engineering School. While raising their two children, Mary Lago organized the Bach Singers where she was introduced to the Bengali poet Rabindranath Tagore. Lago eventually returned to school and earned her M.A. (1965) and PhD (1969) from the University of Missouri. After teaching as an instructor in the department from 1971-1977, she was appointed Associate Professor in 1977, full Professor in 1979, and named Professor Emerita in 1991. Lago died from cancer in 2001.

Professor Lago was an authority on Rabindranath Tagore and E. M. Forster and wrote several books on each. She translated Tagore’s works and was the author of numerous articles and reviews. Additionally, she wrote books on William Rothenstein, Max Beerbohm, Edward Burne-Jones, and Christiana Herringham. Her most recent book, India’s Prisoner: A Biography of Edward John Thompson, 1886-1946, was published shortly before her death. She bequeathed her extensive collection of manuscripts and books to the MU Libraries in 2001.

Scope

The massive correspondence of E. M. Forster, which Professor Lago gathered from archives all over the world, is one of the prominent features of the collection, with over 15,000 letters. It was assembled in preparation for an edition of selected letters that she edited in collaboration with P. N. Furbank, Forster’s authorized biographer. A similar archive of Forster letters has been deposited in King’s College.

The collection also includes copies of the correspondence of William Rothenstein, Edward John Thompson, Max Beerbohm, Rabindranath Tagore, Edward Burne-Jones, D.S. MacColl, Christiana Herringham, and Arthur Henry Fox-Strangways. These materials were also gathered by her in preparation for subsequent books.

In addition, the collection contains Lago’s extensive personal and professional correspondence, including correspondence with Buddhadeva Bose, Penelope Fitzgerald, P.N. Furbank, Dilys Hamlett, Krishna Kripalani, Celia Rooke, Stella Rhys, Satyajit Ray, Amitendranath Tagore, E.P. Thompson, Lance Thirkell, Pratima Tagore, John Rothenstein and his family, Eric and Nancy Crozier, Michael Holroyd, Margaret Drabble, Santha Rama Rau, Hsiao Ch’ien, Ted Uppmann, Edith Weiss-Mann, Arthur Mendel, Zia Moyheddin and numerous others.

The collection is supplemented by extensive files related to each of her books, proof copies of these books, and files related to her academic career, honors, awards, and memorabilia. Personal material includes her journals and diaries that depict the tenuous position of a woman in the male-dominated profession of the early seventies. The book collection fully supports research in Edwardian and Victorian literature and also contains a representative selection of recent Bengali literature.

Note

The majority of the correspondence collected by Lago is in the form of photocopies. Lago did have possession of a number of original letters, which are marked as such in the inventory. Parts of the collected correspondence are in the form of handwritten or typed notes, some of which are in Lago’s shorthand.

Holdings: 1714 books and approximately 117 linear feet of manuscripts.

Access

The books in the collection have been cataloged and are now available through the MERLIN collection level heading Mary Lago Collection (University of Missouri–Columbia. Libraries), the University’s online catalog. A folder level inventory to the manuscripts and correspondence is also available. For the Forster letters, Lago’s Calendar of the Letters of E M. Forster (Mansell, 1985) lists extant letters and includes copyright and ownership information.

Restrictions

Copyright on all correspondence resides with the originator. Correspondence in the collection not written by Mary Lago may be consulted but not photocopied or published without permission from the copyright holder. Photocopies of correspondence collected by Lago (Forster, e.g.) may be under further restrictions based on instructions of original source.

Guide: Principal Figures in Mary Lago’s Research

Inventory: Series Listing of Archival Collection

Please click on each heading for the collection inventory.

I. Clippings

II. Contracts

III. Course Materials

IV. Correspondence

V. Daybooks

VI. Diaries and Notebooks

VII. Grants

VIII. Papers and Articles by Mary Lago

IX. Research and Publication files

X. Reviews

XII. Student files

XII. Subject files

XIII. Microfilm

XIV. Photographs

XV. Memorabilia

XVI. Oversize

Inventory

Each number denotes the folder, followed by the description of its contents

Box 1

I. Clippings re: Mary Lago

  • 1 ca. 1945
  • 2 1960-1969
  • 3 1970-1979
  • 4 1980-1989

II. Contracts.

Arranged as found.

  • 5 Gladwyn Lago contracts. John Wiley Book, 1973-1995
  • 6 Gladwyn Lago contracts. Circuit Theory book, 1956-1977
  • 7 Gladwyn Lago contracts. Royalty statements, 1967-1985
  • 8 Contracts, correspondence re: Imperfect Encounter
  • 9 Contracts, correspondence re: Men and Memories
  • 10 Contracts, correspondence re: Max and Will; Lago-Beckson agreement; Tagore-Rothenstein permissions
  • 11 Contracts: Tagore collected essays
  • 12 Contracts: American Scholar, Olson, Sargent biography, Dissertation copyright
  • 13 Contracts, Burne-Jones Talking
  • 14 Contracts, various
  • 15 Contracts, various
  • 16 Contracts, Forster projects
  • 17 Contracts, various
  • 18 Contracts, various

III. Course Material (Mary Lago as student and instructor)

[see also: Diaries and Notebooks: Course Notebooks and Subject Files]

As Student:

  • 19 English 318, 1963 [Introduction to Criticism (W.B. Clarke)]. Incl. ML paper: “An Aristotelian Analysis of Othello”
  • 20 English 362, 1965 [English Novel] Incl. ML paper: “Conrad’s Fucntional Uses of Time Sequence”
  • 21 English 363, 1965
  • 22 English 375, 1967
  • 23 English 377, 1964
  • 24 English 393, 1966
  • 25 English 404 seminar paper (on Tagore)
  • 26 English 404 seminar paper rewritten for Literature East and West
  • 27 English 451, 1964
  • 28 English 451, 1965
  • 29 English 455, 1965
  • 30 English 464, 1980
  • 31 English 474, 1966
  • 32 English 493, 1966
  • 33 English 499, 1968
  • 34 Polsci 373, 1966 [Political Cultures of Southeast Asia (Wallace)]
  • 35 Hist 103, 1974 [Making of Modern England]
  • 36 Hist 103, 1979 [Making of Modern England]
  • 37 Hist 160, 1964 [History of India]
  • 38 Hist 162, 1965 [History of India in Modern Period]
  • 39 Hist 326, 1993 [Modern Britain, 1688-1875 (Ted Koditeschek)]
  • 40 Hist 403, 1966 [Bengali History (Kopf)]
  • 41 Art 250, 1993 [Italian Renaissance Art (Norman Land)]
  • 42 Art 270, 1994 [Venetian Painting (Norman Land)]
  • 43 Art 353, 1994 [Nineteenth-Century European Art (Pat Crown)]

As Instructor:

  • 44 English 3, 1986 [Introduction to Fiction]
  • 45 English 3, 1990 [Introduction to Fiction]
  • 46 English 30, 1966
  • 47 English 30, 1968
  • 48 English 40, 1967
  • 49 English 65GH, 1965 [Honors Exposition]
  • 50 English 202, 1989 [British Tradition in Literature]
  • 51 English 367, n.d. [Age of Victoria]
  • 52 English 367, 1979 [Age of Victoria]
  • 53 English 367, 1981 [Age of Victoria]
  • 54 English 368, 1986, 1988 [Nineteenth-century English Novel]
  • 55 English 397, 1971 [proposed course on Empire in British Fiction]
  • 56 English 427, 1994 [incl. class rosters] [Victorian/Edwardian Fiction]
  • 57 English 466, 1980
  • 58 English 466, 1980 [incl. class roster and student work]
  • 59 English 468, 1981
  • 60 Victorian Studies survey
  • 61 Virginia Woolf Symposium, MU, 1979
  • 62 Irish Symposium, MU, 1981 [incl. correspondence with Richard Ellmann]
  • 63 India Notes
  • 64 Certificates [Phi Mu (Beta Kappa), 1937; Sigma Tau Delta (Professional English fraternity), 1937; Theta Alpha Phi (National Honorary Dramatic Fraternity), 1938; The Christian Association of Buckness University, 1940; University of Missouri, M.A., 1965; University of Missouri, PhD, 1969; Phi Beta Kappa, 1971; Bucknell Univeristy, Doctor of Literature (honorary), 1981; Catherine P. Middlebush Chair, 1988-1991; University of Missouri, Professor Emeritus, 1990; Bucknell University, Emeritus Club, 1990; Universtity of Missouri, Curator’s Award for Scholarly Excellence, 1995; MU Libraries, Women’s History Month, 1996]
  • 65 Commencement Programs
  • 66 University of Missouri, Transcripts

Box 2

IV. Correspondence (to and from Mary Lago)

Libraries

  • 1 Andhhra University (India), 1999-2000 [inc. student records]
  • 2 BBC Archives, 1983-1994
  • 3 British Library, 1968-1975, 1995
  • 4 Brotherton Library (University of Leeds), 1967-1976
  • 5 Bucknell University, 1995
  • 6 University of Chicago Library, 1968-1969, 1999
  • 7 Joseph Andrews Clark Library (UCLA), 1973
  • 8 Durham University, 1983-1995
  • 9 Gallery Correspondence, 1968-1976
  • 10 Houghton Library (Harvard), 1963-1989 [incl. clippings]
  • 11 Houghton Library, order sheets and notes, 1966-1989
  • 12 India Office Library. 1966-1988 [incl. clippings]
  • 13 University of Maryland [Bonnie Joe Dopp], 1994
  • 14 McFarlin Library (University of Tulsa), 1966-1988
  • 15 Monash University (Australia) [incl. student records], 1998-1999
  • 16 Institut Néerlandais (Paris), 1968
  • 17 New York Public Library, 1968-1973 [incl. clippings]
  • 18 Knox College (Galesburg, IL), 1996
  • 19 Philadelphia Museum of Art, 1996-2000
  • 20 Princeton University, 1972-1973
  • 21 Ruskin Gallery, 1986-1997
  • 22 Oxford University, Bodleian, 1967-1978, 1989, 1994 [also incl. material from University of Texas, 1967-1982; and Victoria and Albert Museum, 1970-1972]
  • 23 Inspector of Foreign Dividend (U.K.), 1980-1987
  • 24 Lilly Library (Indiana University), 1969-1979
  • 25 National Archives, New Delhi, 1951-1970
  • 26 University of Reading, 1987-1989, 1999
  • 27 John Rylands Library (University of Manchester), 1987
  • 28 Other libraries, 1968-1983

Grants and Awards

[see also: Grants]

  • 29 Awards, 1978-1990
  • 30 Newspaper notices and correspondence, 1967-1983
  • 31 Bucknell, Phi Beta Kappa, 1967-1971
  • 32 Middlebush Chair, 1987-1990
  • 33 Faculty Alumni Award, 1978
  • 34 Bucknell. D.Litt, 1977-1985
  • 35 Curator’s Award, 1997

Publishers

  • 36 Cambridge University Press, 1992
  • 37 Curtis Brown Group Ltd, 1978-1989 [re: EMF Letters]
  • 38 Richard Dutton, 1990-1994 [re: EMF: A Literary Life]
  • 39 Macmillan, re; Tagore Stories, 1991
  • 40 Macmillan, Tagore-Krishna, 1991
  • 41 Macmillan, Tagore Stories, 1991. Draft contract
  • 42 Macmillan, Tagore Essays, 1985-1986
  • 43 Macmillan, Tagore Essays, 1987
  • 44 Macmillan, Tagore Essays, 1988-1989
  • 45 Macmillan. EMF: A Literary Life, 1991-1994
  • 46 University of Missouri Press, Burne-Jones, 1975-1988
  • 47 University of Missouri Press, 1969-1987
  • 48 University of Missouri Press, 1997-2000 [incl. BBC Radio Talks]

Box 3

  • 1 Chatto and Windus, 1974-1988
  • 2 Chatto and Windus. Corr. with Isabel Barzun re: Men and Memories, 1968-1977
  • 3 John Murray, 1971-1993
  • 4 Macmillan, 1969-1974
  • 5 Harvard UP, 1967-1972 [re: Imperfect Encounter]
  • 6 Harvard UP, 1971-1981
  • 7 Harvard UP, 1981-1989 [Forster letters]
  • 8 Harvard UP, 1997 [re: reprint of Imperfect Encounter]
  • 9 Heinemann
  • 10 Collins, 1978-1991
  • 11 Oxford University Press, 1987 [re: edition of Woods’s Village Tragedy]
  • 12 St. Martin’s Press, 1995
  • 13 Twayne Publishers, 1976-1993
  • 14 Visva-Bharati Publisher, 1966-1976
  • 15 Society of Authors, 1969-1983
  • 16 Society of Authors, Forster, 1979-1985, 1995
  • 17 Reader reports by Mary Lago. Books
  • 18 Reader reports by Mary Lago. Essays

Individuals (number in brackets indicates number of letters)

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  • 19 Adler, Herman 1982-1983 [3]
  • 20 Alexander, Martha 2000 [2]
  • 21 Alexander, P. C. 1986 (India House, London) [1]
  • 22 Allen, D.G.C. 1969 [1]
  • 23 Alpers, Antony 1970 [1]
  • 24 Angier, Carole 1985-1990
  • 25 Archer, W.G. 1967 [2]
  • 26 Armstrong, Paul B., 1995 [1]
  • 27 Ashbee, Felicity 1980-1994 [6]
  • 28 Babbili, Anantha 1999 [2]
  • 29 Babington (Smith), Constance 1980 [1]
  • 30 Baird-Smith, Robin 1996 [1]
  • 31 Baker, Mark 1977 [1]
  • 32 Banerji, Nilanjana 1997 [1]
  • 33 Barbera, Jack 1983-1992 [18]
  • 34 Bari, Supriya 1974 [1]
  • 35 Barnes, Janet 1994 (Ruskin Gallery) [1]
  • 36 Barnes, Richard 1977 [1]
  • 37 Baron, Wendy 1972-1998 [74]
  • 38 Barth, J. Robert 1989-1999 [3]
  • 39 Barzun, Isabel 1977-1987 [10]
  • 40 Barzun, Jacques 1968 [1]
  • 41 Beckson, Karl. Correspondence re: 1968-1972 [17]
  • 42 Bebbington, Jane 1969-1987 [contains color print from India Office] [29]
  • 43 Belcher, Margaret 1978-1982 [49]
  • 44 Belcher, Margaret 1986-1993 [33]
  • 45 Belcher, Margaret 1994-2000 [33]
  • 46 Bell, Alan S. 1982-1989 [2]
  • 47 Bell, Quentin 1978-1983 [6]
  • 48 Benkovitz, Miriam J. 1976 [2]
  • 49 Bennett, Mary 1969-2000 [121]
  • 50 Bennett, Mary 1997-2000 [incl. Letters Written to H.A.L. Fisher at School and The Rt. Hon. H.A.L. Fisher (1995)] [38]
  • 51 Beveridge, Meryle Secrest 1977-1978 [5]
  • 52 Bicknell, John W. 1982-1998 [7]
  • 53 Bingle, Richard J. 1995 [2]
  • 54 Blake, David M. 1989 [1]
  • 55 Blakiston, Georgiana 1969-1981 [12]
  • 56 Blumenson, Martin 1975-1997 [28]
  • 57 Bly, Robert 1975 [2]
  • 58 Bonner, Ruth 1975-1984 [4]
  • 59 Bose, Buddhadeva 1965-1968 [incl. transcript of interview with Bose and translation of “The Family” by Pratibha Bose--trans. by Mary Lago] [4]
  • 60 Brendon, Piers 1981 [1]
  • 61 Bridges, Lord [Thomas Bridges, Edward Bridges], 1968-1997 [incl. Robert Bridges to W. B. Yeats] [53]
  • 62 Bristow, Henry 1999 [1]
  • 63 Brown, Caroline 1999 [2]
  • 64 Brown, Margaret 1985 [11]

Box 4

  • 1 Buckingham, May 1981-1995 [57]
  • 2 Bunn, Ronald 1985 [1]
  • 3 Burkhart, Charles 1983-1992 [8]
  • 4 Cadmus, Paul 1986; [2 ALS], clippings
  • 5 Callil, Carmen 1985 [2]
  • 6 Campbell, Ian 1996-1997 [13]
  • 7 Campbell, Louise, 1976 [1]
  • 8 Campbell, Margaret 1976 [31]
  • 9 Carrington, Noel 1972-1999 [11]
  • 10 Cart, David 1996 [1]
  • 11 Chakravarty, Amiya 1966. Incl. Handlist of Chakravarty-Lago Correspondence [2]
  • 12 Chapman, Chanler A. 1969 [1]
  • 13 Charlson, Elaine 1992 [1]
  • 14 Chipchase, Paul 1974-1985 [45]
  • 15 Chipchase, Paul 1986-2000 [50]
  • 16 Chipchase, Paul “George Slythe Street: A Short Biography,” TMs
  • 17 Clark, Lord Kenneth 1977 [1]
  • 18 Clarke, Austin 1963; [2 TLS], clipping
  • 19 Conran, G. L. 1968 [1]
  • 20 Coomaraswamy, Doña Luisa 1967-1968 [3]
  • 21 Coomaraswamy, Rama 1970-1971 [2]
  • 22 Cornford, Christopher 1967-1968 [2]
  • 23 Coustillas, Pierre 1974 [4]
  • 24 Coventry, John 1993-1994 [2]
  • 25 Craig, Edward A. 1977; Edward R. Craig, 1969 [3]
  • 26 Crawford, Alan 1970-1972, 1985 [6]
  • 27 Crouch, James 1968 [2]
  • 28 No Folder
  • 29 Das, G. K. 1985-1987, 1995 [5]
  • 30 Davey, Brigitte R. 1989-1990 [2]
  • 31 Davis, Fred 1990 [1]
  • 32 Dawson, William 1981 [1]
  • 33 Delaney, Paul 1977-1979 [3]
  • 34 DeLaura, David 1989 [3]
  • 35 Dennis, 1970 [1]
  • 36 Devlin, Albert J. 1972, 1977 [2]
  • 37 Dickson, Lovat 1970-1985 [117]
  • 38 Dimock, Edward C. Jr., 1963-1999 [33]
  • 39 Dinkel, Michael 1978 [1]
  • 40 Dockar-Drysdale, Honor 1969-1991 [incl. photographs] [162]
  • 41 Dockar-Drysdale, Paddy 1985-1996 [30]
  • 42 Dockar-Drysdale, Paddy and Olwen 1996-1999 [23]
  • 43 Donoghue, Denis 1971-1974 [6]
  • 44 Douglas, Margery Stoneman 1977 [2]
  • 45 Dowdall, Peggy n.d. [2]
  • 46 Drabble, Margaret 1983-2000 [25]
  • 47 Drabble, Margaret Re: lecture, 1999 [14]
  • 48 Dunn, Sir Philip 1974 [1]
  • 49 Dutta, Krishna 1992-1999 [9]
  • 50 Dutton, Richard 1995-2000 [5]
  • 51 Easton, Macolm 1978 [1]
  • 52 Edwards, J. A. 1983 [1]
  • 53 Ekdawi, Sarah 1999 [3]
  • 54 Elliott, Ernest F. 1968 [1]
  • 55 Ellmann, Richard 1967-1981; [13 TLS; 1 ALS] [see also: b. 1 f. 62]
  • 56 Elmhirst, Leonard 1962-1975 [63]
  • 57 Elmhirst, Leonard. Photocopies of Elmhirst to EJ Thompson, 1940. Clippings, 1982-1987 [8]
  • 58 Elton, Leonard S. 1990 [1]
  • 59 Farris, Christine, 1987 [1]
  • 60 Fasker, Anthony 1995 [1]
  • 61 Fay, Virginia M. 1967 [1]
  • 62 Feldman, Hilary 1986 [1]
  • 63 Felstiner, L. John 1968-1976 [17]
  • 64 Ferguson, Howard 1980-1984 [15]
  • 65 Finneran, Richard J. 1971-1980 [23]
  • 66 Fitzgerald, Penelope 1979-2000 [72]
  • 67 No Folder
  • 68 Fletcher, Jim 1983-1984 [9]
  • 69 Forster, Patricia 1974 [1]
  • 70 Fox, Tim 1992 [1]
  • 71 Fox-Strangways, R. G. 1967 [1]
  • 72 Fox-Strangways, Vivian 1967-1973; Dodo Fox-Strangways, 1976 [21]
  • 73 Furbank, P. N. 1968-1980 [71]
  • 74 Furbank, P. N. 1981-1986, 1996, 1998 [116]
  • 75 Furbank, P. N. 1985-1990 [90]
  • 76 Furbank, P. N. 1991-2000 [24]
  • 77 Furbank, P. N. n.d. [69]
  • 78 Furbank, P. N. Articles
  • 79 Furness, N. A. 1981 [1]
  • 80 Galbraith, John Kenneth 1985-1986 [4 TLS]
  • 81 Gandhi, Gopal, 1994 [2]
  • 82 Garnett, David, 1970 [2]
  • 83 Garnett, Jane 1980 [1]
  • 84 Garnett, Oliver 1980-1983 [6]
  • 85 Geddes, Jeannie 1978 [1]
  • 86 Gerber, Hal E. 1975-1978 [8]
  • 87 Gibbins, Gill 1986-2000 [66] [see also: corr. to Collins Publisher] [1]
  • 88 Godden, Rumer 1966 [1]
  • 89 Goldscheider, Cécile 1969-1970 [2]
  • 90 Goldsmith, Christopher 1983 [1]

Box 5

  • 1 Goldsmith, Netta 1974-1977, 2000 [10]
  • 2 Goldsmith, Netta 1980-2000 [89]
  • 3 Gollancz, Livia 1977-1985 [6]
  • 4 Gotlieb, Howard B. 1985 [1]
  • 5 Gould, Iris 1970, 1974 [5]
  • 6 Gould, Jack 1974-1976 [4]
  • 7 Graham, Sir Angus Cunninghame 1974 [1]
  • 8 Grant, Duncan 1970 [3]
  • 9 Gray, Nicolete 1973 [2]
  • 10 Green, Lady 1978 [1]
  • 11 Greene, Graham 1985 [2 TLS]
  • 12 Guiness, Alec. [To Mary Lago, ALS, Oct. 6, 1986; to Guiness from Mary Lago, TLS, Oct. 14, 1986; note by Mary Lago regarding letter from Guiness to Mary Lago, Sept. 25, 1986.]
  • 13 Gupta, Uma Das 2000 [2]
  • 14 Hale, Nancy 1969-1972 [8]
  • 15 Hamlett, Dilys 1982-1999 [45]
  • 16 Hauser, Frank 1984-1985 [2]
  • 17 Heilbrun, Carolyn 1976-1991 [14]
  • 18 Hendrey, Eilunes 1970-1975 [7]
  • 19 Hewitt, John 1984 [1]
  • 20 Higgs, Veronica 1992 [1]
  • 21 Highfield, Roger 1972 [1]
  • 22 Hines, Elizabeth 1979 [2]
  • 23 Hoff, Ursula 1972, 1976 [2]
  • 24 Holiday, Betty (Rothenstein) and Ensor Holiday, 1967-1985 [17]
  • 25 Hollick, Julian 1988 [1]
  • 26 Holroyd, Michael 1968-1973 [78]
  • 27 Holroyd, Michael 1974-1982 [69]
  • 28 Holroyd, Michael 1983-2000 [60]
  • 29 Holroyd, Michael. Clippings
  • 30 Holroyd, Michael. Clippings
  • 31 Holroyd, Michael. Clippings
  • 32 Holtz, William 1974 [1]
  • 33 Howes, Frank 1970 [3]
  • 34 Hsiao Ch’ien, 1984-1987 [marked as valuable; many letters on very thin paper--should be photocopied. See also: letters from his widow and son: Wen Jie-Ruo (Maggie) and Peter] [22]
  • 35 Hsiao Ch’ien, 1987-1989 [16]
  • 36 Hsiao Ch’ien, 1989-1999 [33]
  • 37 Hudson, Roger 1993-2000 [9]
  • 38 Hughes, Linda 1974-1985 [61]
  • 39 Hughes, Linda 1974-2000 [includes student records] [25]
  • 40 Hughes, Linda 1979, 1991-1999 [29]
  • 41 Hughes, Linda 1986-2000 [37]
  • 42 Hunnex, John 1976-1983 [9]
  • 43 Hunt, Philip 1990-1996 [5]
  • 44 Hyde, Ann 1980 [1]
  • 45 Hynes, Samuel 1978-1990 [23]
  • 46 Ilchester, Lord 1967-1972; Lady Doreen Skelton (daughter of Earl of Ilchester) [9]
  • 47 Ionides, Julia Atkins 1987-1999 [28]
  • 48 Isherwood, Christopher 1985 [1]
  • 49 Jacks, Hector n.d. [1]
  • 50 Jacks, S. 1985 [1]
  • 51 Jamieson, Michael 1978 [1]
  • 52 Jenks, George 1980 [1]
  • 53 Johnson, E. Dudley H. 1976-1977 [4]
  • 54 Johnson, Gordon 1997 [1]
  • 55 Jones, Mack 1968 [1]
  • 56 Junkins, Donald 1973 [6]
  • 57 Kapp, Edmond X. 1976 [1]
  • 58 Karl, Frederick R. 1980 [5]
  • 59 Kavanagh, Jacqueline, 1987 [1]
  • 60 Karpeles, Maud 1975 [2]
  • 61 Keeble, K. Corey 1984 [1]
  • 62 Kelly, John 1970-1989; 1995 [33]
  • 63 Kelly, John 1972-1990 [1]
  • 64 Kelvin, Norman 1969-1970 [5]
  • 65 Kermode, Frank 1996 [1]
  • 66 Kirkpatrick, B. J. 1983-2000 [105]
  • 67 Kominis, Katherine 1997 [1]
  • 68 Kopf, David 1985-1986 [2]
  • 69 Kripalani, Krishna 1963-1976, 1978 [27]
  • 70 Lasner, Mark Samuels 1990-1992 [15]
  • 71 Law, Joe 1975-2000 [includes student records] [27]
  • 72 Lawless, Elaine (from ML) 1994-1999 [gift of Lawless, 2001] [9]
  • 73 Leopold, Joan 1974-73 [1]
  • 74 Lewis, Janet n.d. [1]
  • 75 Lochnan, Katharine Jordan 1965-1988 [20]
  • 76 Loewe, Gertrude 1976-1979 [6]
  • 77 Loftis, Anne 1976 [1]
  • 78 Logan, Joshua 1985 [1]
  • 79 Luna, Judith 1989 [1]
  • 80 MacDonald, Kathy and Helen n.d. [1]
  • 81 MacDonald, Margaret 1971-1995 [48]
  • 82 Mackerness, Eric (and Sheffield Society), 1989-1990 [24]
  • 83 MacLehose, Christopher 1976 [2]

Box 6

  • 1 Madhavan, A. 1971 [1]
  • 2 Malcolm, Janet 1993 [1]
  • 3 Mallon, Tom 1985-1994 [6]
  • 4 Mander, Rosalie 1976-1985 [68]
  • 5 Mann, Alfred 1987-2000 [29]
  • 6 Marchand, Leslie 1975 [1]
  • 7 Materer, Tim 1977-1980 [11]
  • 8 May, Derwent 1983 [2]
  • 9 May, Yolanta n.d. [1]
  • 10 McBrien William A., 1976-1984 [113]
  • 11 McBrien, William A. 1983-2000 [101]
  • 12 McWhinnie, Donald 1981 [1]
  • 13 Meacham, Anne n.d. [1]
  • 14 Mendel, Elsa 1982-1984 [9]
  • 15 Mitchell, Donald 1986 [2]
  • 16 Mitchell, George 1999 [2]
  • 17 Mitchell, Mark 1995 [1]
  • 18 Mix, Katherine 1971-1975 [22]
  • 19 Moffat, Wendy 1999 [1]
  • 20 Mohyeddin, Zia 1981-1985, 1990 [8]
  • 21 Morris, Leslie 2000 [re: deposit of Mary Lago paper to Houghton Library; incl. description of Mary Lago papers] [2]
  • 22 Morris, Wolfe 1987 [1]
  • 23 Mukherjee, Sujit 1986 [1]
  • 24 Natwar-Singh, K. 1980-1985 [7]
  • 25 Nelson, James G. 1972-1999 [45]
  • 26 Nettleton, John 1987 [2]
  • 27 Newman, Beryl 1970-1976 [17]
  • 28 Nicolson, Nigel 1975 [1]
  • 28.5 Nogler, Marian, 1969-1971
  • 29 Norton, Lucy 1971-1988 [30]
  • 30 Nott, Gladys and Cedric 2000 [1]
  • 31 Olson, Stanley 1974-1979 [23]
  • 32 Parker, J.S.F. 1985 [1]
  • 33 Parry, Donald 1986 [1]
  • 34 Parsons, J. 1980 [1]
  • 35 Patterson, J.M. 1976 [1]
  • 36 Peden, William and Margaret “Petch” 1966-1999 [includes student records] [93]
  • 37 Percival, Robin 2000 [1]
  • 38 Phillips Auctioneers and Valuers, 1973 [1]
  • 39 Pinney, Thomas 1983-1985 [4]
  • 40 Pirie, Patty 1978 [1]
  • 41 Pollard, Phillipa 1971-1972 [11]
  • 42 Portal, Mrs. I. 1990 [2]
  • 43 Porter, D. S. 1983 [1]
  • 44 Powell, Jeanette 1970-1982 [30]
  • 45 Prochaska, Alice 1977 [1]
  • 46 Rafique, Anne 1988 [1]
  • 47 Ragland-Sullivan, Ellie 1989-1993. Incl. Mary Lago journal, 26 Dec. 1986-1 May 1990 [Restricted until Ragland-Sullivan's death]
  • 48 Rankin, K.B. 1987 [1]
  • 49 Rau, Santha Rama 1983-1999 [66]
  • 50 Ravenscroft, Arthur 1977 [see also: publications: “The Essential Tagore”] [1]
  • 51 Ray, Satyajit 1974, 1986 [marked “valuable”] [3]
  • 52 Reichmann, Eva G. and Sir Rupert Hart-Davis, 1967-1987 [144]
  • 53 Renton, J.D. 1976 [1]
  • 54 Rhys, Stella 1967-1981 [49]
  • 55 Rich, Frank 1994 [1]
  • 56 Ricks, Christopher 1975 [2]
  • 57 Roberts, John R. 1972-1982 [87]
  • 58 Roberts, John R. 1983-1992 [45]
  • 59 Robinson, Andrew 1985-2000 [49]
  • 60 Rooke, Celia 1976-1979 [58]
  • 61 Rosenbaum, S. Pat 1979-1984 [13]
  • 62 Rothenstein, Elizabeth 1967-1977 [9]
  • 63 Rothenstein, John (not to Mary Lago), 1968-1976 [28]
  • 64 Rothenstein, John Clippings
  • 65 Rothenstein, John from Mary Lago1966-1971 [92]
  • 66 Rothenstein, John to Mary Lago, 1966-1986 [76]
  • 67 Rothenstein, John 1972-1982 [77]
  • 68 Rothenstein, Lucy 1996 [2]
  • 69 Rothenstein, Michael 1966-1992 [24]
  • 70 Rothenstein, Susan 1995 [1]
  • 71 Russell, Edith 1972 [1]
  • 72 Russell, John N. 1987 [1] [incl. transcription of EMF to Shahazad Masood, 1962]
  • 73 Rutherston, David 1972-1974 [2]
  • 74 Rutherston, Max 1986-1990 [10]
  • 75 Ryde, Mary 1978 [1]

Box 7

  • 1 Salisbury, Harrison 1982 [1]
  • 2 Sarton, May n.d. [1]
  • 3 Sassoon, George n.d. [1]
  • 4 Saville, Amanda 1989 [1]
  • 5 Schmidt, Michael 2000 [1]
  • 6 Scragg, Don 1985-1996 [30]
  • 7 Seely, Clinton 1999 [6]
  • 8 Selwyn College, 1990-1996 [42]
  • 9 Serebriany, Sergei D. 1981-1982 [3]
  • 10 Sewall, Brocard 1976 [2]
  • 11 Shallcross, Alan 1990-1996 [5]
  • 12 Shaw, Helen 1970 [2]
  • 13 Shelston, Alan 1983-1999 [62]
  • 14 Sheppard, Barry 1983 [1]
  • 15 Shils, Edward 1970 [1]
  • 16 Sikdar, Asru 1968 [1]
  • 17 Simon and Schuster (George Hodgman), 1989 [7]
  • 18 Simon, Helena 1986 [1]
  • 19 Simon, Herbert 1973 [1]
  • 20 Singam, S. Durai Raja 1972 [4]
  • 21 Skelton, Robert 1999 [1]
  • 22 Skipwith, Peyton (Fine Arts Society), 1971-1978 [32]
  • 23 Sommersgill, Travis 1994 [2]
  • 24 Sonnenberg, Benjamin 1969-1974 [16]
  • 25 Spalding, Frances 1975-1999 [60]
  • 26 Spiegelberg, Frank 1970-1975 [6]
  • 27 Spiegelberg, Herbert 1972 [1]
  • 28 Spiegelberg, Richard 1970 [2]
  • 29 St. Edmund’s House (Cambridge), 1980-1991, 1996 [42]
  • 30 Stafford, William 1968 [1]
  • 31 Stanford, Donald E. 1983-1986 [1]
  • 32 Starr, Connie n.d. [1]
  • 33 Stern, Isaac [see Publications: “Remembering Arthur Mendel”]
  • 34 Stiff, R. F. 1968 [for Macmillan & Co.] [1]
  • 35 Stone, Gillian and Ralph 1998 [1]
  • 36 Stone, Wilfred 1981-1984 [8]
  • 37 Strauss, Helen 1985 [1]
  • 38 Sturge Moore, Riette 1981 [1]
  • 39 Sung, Kilho 2000 [1]
  • 40 Surtees, Virginia 1975-1978 [21]
  • 41 Sutherland, Kathryn, 1998-1999 [3]
  • 42 Sweetiny, Elizabeth 1983 [1]
  • 43 Symond, Richard 1984 [1]
  • 44 Tagore, Amitendranath 1965-1970 [25]
  • 45 Tagore, Pratima 1966-1972 [34]
  • 46 Thatcher, Mary 1969-1994 [67]
  • 47 Thirkell, Lance 1974-1988 [1]
  • 48 Thomas, Daniel 1971 [1]
  • 49 Thompson, E. P. 1968-1993 [incl. clippings] [94]
  • 50 Thomson, George 1989 [1]
  • 51 Thomson, John M. 1982-1988 [1]
  • 52 Thwaite, Ann 1985-1986 [20]
  • 53 Tickner, Lisa 1988 [1]
  • 54 Tilby, Michael 1985-1990 [10]
  • 55 Tillman, Mary Katherine 1983-1987 [4]
  • 56 Tinker, Hugh 1974-1983 [2]
  • 57 Treglown, Jeremy 1989 [1]
  • 58 Trevelyan, Lord n.d. [1]
  • 59 Turner, Eva 1981 [3]
  • 60 Uppman, Ted and Jean Seward 1993-1994 [24]
  • 61 Vickers, John A. 2000 [1]
  • 62 Vogeler, Martha S. 1971-1999 [20]
  • 63 Walker, John 1972-1976 [1]
  • 64 Wallace, Margaret 1980 [3]
  • 65 Wallace, Thomas C. 1976 [1]
  • 66 Waller, Godfrey Waller, 1994 [1]
  • 67 Ward, Peter M. 1973 [1]
  • 68 Ward, Rachel (Rothenstein) and Alan Ward, 1967-1986 [26]
  • 69 Warwick, Ronald 1988-1995 [5]
  • 70 Waters, Bill 1976 [1]
  • 71 Wattles, Gurdon 1985-1991 [4]
  • 72 Watts, Cedric 1974-1976 [9]
  • 73 Weinbaum, Francine 1978 [2]
  • 74 Weintraub, Stanley 1979 [1]
  • 75 Weiss-Mann, Edith 1948-1950, 1966 [7]
  • 76 Weiss-Mann. Edith. Ms. Essays
  • 77 Welsh, Joshua 1998-1999 [1]
  • 78 Wen Jie-Ruo “Maggie” 1993-1999 [incl. photocopies of letters marked “To KCC” and photograph] [24]
  • 79 Whitelock, Trafford W. 1989-1990 [2]
  • 80 Whittaker, Elizabeth 1974 [1]
  • 81 Wilson, Ormond 1983 [1]
  • 82 Winters, Janet Lewis [also Mollie Cohen], 1967-1993 [28]
  • 83 Woodeson, John 1979 [1]
  • 84 Woods, Henry G. 1970, 1983, 1986 [6]
  • 85 Woods, Joan 1973-1983 [2]
  • 86 Woods, Oliver n.d. [5]
  • 87 Wooland, Norman 1981-1983 [6]
  • 88 Yeats, Michael 1967-1975 [18]
  • 89 Yoseloff, Julien 1973 [1]
  • 90 Young, Renée and Percy 1974-1979 [12]
  • 91 Zalisk, Robert and Eileen 1977 [1]
  • 92 Zangwill, Oliver L. 1981 [3]
  • 93 Correspondence to Mary Lago, 1968-2000 [17]

Box 7

V. Daybooks (Mary Lago)

  • 94 Address book
  • 95 Expense account book, 1997
  • 96 1942
  • 97 1964-65, 1965-66, 1966-67
  • 98 1967-68, 1968-69, 1970
  • 99 1970-71, 1971-72, 1972-73
  • 100 1973,1974,1975
  • 101 1976,1977, 1978
  • 102 1979,1979-80, 1980
  • 103 1981, 1982
  • 104 1983, 1984
  • 105 1984, 1985 (England), 1985 (U.S.A.)
  • 106 1986, 1987-88

Box 8

  • 1 1988, 1989
  • 2 1990, 1991
  • 3 1992 (loose)
  • 4 1993 (loose)
  • 5 1994, 1995, 1996
  • 6 1997 (2), 1998
  • 7 1998
  • 8 1999, 2000

VI. Diaries and Notebooks (Mary Lago)

Diaries

  • 9 Account Book. Income from publishing, 1942-2000
  • 10 Aug. 2, 1964 – Feb. 12, 1969
  • 11 Sept. 15, 1969 – Jan. 13, 1970
  • 12 Aug. 19, 1970 – Dec. 11, 1971
  • 13 Dec. 31, 1971 – Feb. 16, 1973
  • 14 Feb. 26, 1973 – May, 28, 1974
  • 15 June 14, 1974 – June 9, 1975
  • 16 June 17, 1975 – May, 1976
  • 17 June 8, 1976 – Sept. 12, 1978
  • 18 Feb. 15, 1979 – Sept. 8, 1985
  • 19 June 29, 1982 – Oct. 8, 1982
  • [Note: Journal for Dec. 26, 1986 – May 1, 1990 in restricted file: Ellie Ragland-Sullivan; see b. 7]
  • 20 July 25, 1995 – Aug. 24, 1995/July 18, 1996 – Aug. 23, 1996
  • 21 June 22, 1999 – Nov. 1, 1999
  • 22 Notebook w/lists of presentation copies

Research Notebooks

  • 23 East and West in Tagore (MIT Library) (I), Summer 1962
  • 24 East and West in Tagore (MIT Library) (II), Summer 1962
  • 25 East and West in Tagore (MIT Library) (III), Summer 1962
  • 26 Widener Library, Summer 1963 (IV)
  • 27 Widener Library, Summer 1963 (V)
  • 28 “Rothenstein,” Summer 1967, Summer 1968
  • 29 “Rothenstein II,” Nov. 15, 1968 – Sept. 13, 1969
  • 30 “Rothenstein,” Jan., 15, 1970 – Sept. 17, 1970
  • 31 British Museum, Fall 1997

Box 9

  • 1 Santha Rama Rau’s Passage to India; Diary to England, 1985

Course Notebooks

[see also: Course Materials]

  • 2 English 317 (Pre-Platonic Criticism), Fall, 1962 (Clarke)
  • 3 English 491, Winter 1963; English 355, Fall, 1963-64
  • 4 English 455 (Swift), Fall 1963 (Weatherly)
  • 5 English 361 & 362 (English Novel), Fall 1964 – Winter, 1965 (Peden)
  • 6 Early Seventeenth Century, Spring 1964; English 466 (Browning) Summer 1964 (Hudson)
  • 7 English 368 (19th Century Prose), Fall 1965 (Fulweiler)
  • 8 English 393 (Modern Short Story), Winter 1966 (Peden); English 493 (Modern Fiction), Summer 1966 (Peden); English 474 (Poe and Hawthorne), Fall 1966 (Peden)
  • 9 English 466 (Later Romantics), Winter, 1966 (Hudson)
  • 10 Sociology (Asian Civilization), Fall 1962

VII. Grants

[see also: Correspondence: Grants. Arranged as found. Arrange chronologically?]

  • 11 Reports to NEH, 1979, 1981
  • 12 NEH Forster, 1979
  • 13 NEH Forster Calendar
  • 14 ACLS, 1971
  • 15 Weldon Spring Summer Fellowship, 1984
  • 16 American Philosophical Society, 1966-1983
  • 17 Contract and Salary Notices, UM-C, 1966-1994
  • 18 Middlebush Research money, 1990
  • 19 Weldon Springs, 1987 Passages conference
  • 20 NEH, 1979
  • 21 MU Research Council
  • 22 Research Council, 1985
  • 23 ACLS, 1988 (Thompson)
  • 24 Rylands Research Institute
  • 25 ACLS, 1989
  • 26 NEH: Travel to Collections, 1988, 1991
  • 27 Research Council, 1995
  • 28 Edward J. Thompson, Detailed Plan of Project
  • 29 Research Council, 1996
  • 30 Research Council, 1997
  • 31 Research Council, 1998
  • 32 Research Board, 1999

VIII. Papers and Articles by Mary Lago

Published Essays

  • 33 Articles, 1943-1955. (“Missions Make the Headlines,” Christian World Facts, 1943-1944; “Christian Social Worker is Need of a Better World,” Forth, 1946; “Missionaries and Medicine,” Forth, 1946; “I Can’t Go Back Again,” The Christian Century, 1952; “Missionary Teachers,” Forth, 1946; “Ambassadors to your Campus,” Motive, 1944; “They Make their Summers Count,” Highroad, 1949; “We Study Latin America,” Lutheran Women’s Work, 1942; “Making America’s Future,” Highroad, 1943; “Introducing Your Mission Study Book,” Evangelical Missionary World, 1946; “Our Good Neighbor Policy;” “Latin American Study,” Youth Action, n.d.; “Beginning at the Borderline,” The Church Woman, 1942; They Found the Church There,” Lutheran Woman’s Work, 1945, Presbyterian Survey, 1945, Evangelical Missionary World, 1945; “Parents, Children Go to Church Together in Columbia,” Forum, 1955; “Books with a Purpose,” The Church Woman, 1945
  • 34 “The New Missionary,” Mademoiselle, 1945; The Woman, 1946. Offprints, correspondence, 1944-1946
  • 35 “The Parting of the Ways: A Comparative Study of Yeats and Tagore,” Indian Literature, 1963. TMs, correspondence [Rpt. in Mahfil, 1966]
  • 36 “Pattern in the Imagery of Jivananda Das,” Journal of Asian Studies, 1965
  • 37 “New Choral Programs at the University of Missouri,” American Choral Review, 1966
  • 38 “Tagore’s Temporal Encounters,” Literature East and West, 1966

Box 10

  • 1 “Modern Bengali Poetry” (special issue; ML guest editor) MAHFIL, 1967
  • 2 “Modes of Questioning in Tagore’s Short Stories,” Studies in Short Fiction, 1967
  • 3 “’Re-Vision’ and William Rothenstein,” Bucknell Alumnus, 1968
  • 4 “English Literature and Modern Bengali Short Fiction: A Study in Influences,” DAI, 1970
  • 5 “Rothenstein, Tagore and Bangla Desh,” Cornhill, 1972. TMs, correspondence
  • 6 “The Essential Tagore: Missing Man in South Asian Studies,” The Journal of Commonwealth Literature, 1973. TMs, correspondence [incl. corresp. with Arthur Ravenscroft]
  • 7 “Tagore in Translation,” Books Abroad, 1972. TMs, correspondence
  • 8 “Campus Problems,” The Author, 1974
  • 9 “Ernest S. Thomas and the Burne-Jones Centenary: A Golden Age Revisited,” Apollo, 1974. TMs, correspondence
  • 10 “Restoring Rabindranath Tagore,” Encounter, 1974. TMs, correspondence
  • 11 “Irish Poetic Drama in St. Louis,” Twentieth Century Literature, 1977. TMs, correspondence, notes
  • 12 “Tagore’s Liberated Women,” Journal of South Asian Literature, 1977
  • 13 “The Fictional Character as Stereotype,” Rabindranath Tagore: American Interpretations, 1982. TMs, correspondence.
  • 14 “The Importance of Notes,” The Author, 1983 [alternate titles: “Taking Note,” “The Value of Notes”]. TMs, galley proofs, correspondence
  • 15 “Max Beerbohm,” “Rabindranath Tagore,” Oxford Companion to English Literature, 1983
  • 16 “Remembering Arthur Mendel,” American Choral Review, 1983. TMs, correspondence [inc. 2 TLS from Isaac Stern, 1981]
  • 17 “ A Passage to India on Stage,” TLS, 1985. TMs, correspondence/
  • 18 “E. M. Forster,” Research Guide to Biography and Criticism (Beacham, ed.), 1985. TMs., correspondence
  • 19 “Forster on E. M. Forster,” Twentieth Century Literature, 1985. TMs, galley
  • 20 “Rabindranath Tagore 1861-1941” Barbican Gallery program
  • 21 “E. M. Forster: Novelist as Letter Writer” in Essays on Poetry and Fiction: V.A. Shahane Commemorative Volume, 1988
  • 22 “Edward Burne-Jones: King Cophetua and the Beggar Maid,” International Dictionary of Art & Artists,1990. TMs, correspondence
  • 23 “E. M. Forster and the BBC,” Yearbook of English Studies, 1990
  • 24 “E. M. Forster: Clapham’s Child,” Biography, 1991. Correspondence, TMs, proof pages
  • 25 “Christiana Herringham and the National Art Collection Fun,” Burlington Magazine, 1993
  • 26 “Rabindranath Tagore,” “’The Road from Colonus,’ by Forster,” Reference Guide to Short Fiction, 1994. TMs., correspondence
  • 27 “Friends of Eric Crozier: A Memorial,” The Opera Quarterly, 1995
  • 28 “Christiana Herringham: A Hand to Help,” Art Quarterly of the NACF, 1996. Correspondence, corrected copy
  • 29 “Visiting Rapallo,” Journal of The Eighteen Nineties Society, 1997. incl. correspondence, 1996-1997
  • 30 “Isabel Allende,” “Ruth Prawer Jhabvala,” Reference Guide to Short Fiction (2 nd ed.), 1998. TMs., correspondence
  • 31 “No Passage from India: William Rothenstein, Tagore and the lost treasures of Temple Avenue,” TLS [Commentary], Apr. 16, 1999. [title in toc: “A lost treasure -- William Rothenstein, Tagore and the India Society]. [original title: “[On] Losing History”]. TMs., clipping, correspondence
  • 32 “E.J. Thompson. India’s Prisoner.” TLS, 2000. TMs, corr
  • 33 “Edward John Thompson,” Oxford Dictionary of National Biography, 2004. TMs., correspondence
  • 34 “Charles Conder,” Oxford Dictionary of National Biography, 2004. Correspondence, notes
  • 35 “William Rothenstein.” Oxford Dictionary of National Biography, 2004. TMs, correspondence
  • 36 “Christiana Herringham.” Oxford Dictionary of National Biography, 2004. TMs, correspondence

Book Reviews

  • 37 Rev. of Kabir, Green and Gold: Stories and Poems from Bengal. Studies in Short Fiction, 1966. TMs, correspondence
  • 38 Rev. of Dabbs, Short Bengali-English Dictionary. Literature East and West, 1967.
  • 39 Rev. of The Maharashta Purana. Literature East and West, 1967.
  • 40 “‘The Bengali Mind’ at Work” (Rev. of Dimock, ed., The Thief of Love and The Place of the Hidden Moon). Literature East and West, 1967.
  • 41 Rev. of Parry, Delusions and Discoveries. Victorian Studies, 1973.
  • 42 Rev. of Chakravorty, Tagore: His Mind and Art. Pacific Affairs, 1973-74.
  • 43 Rev. of Chattopâdhyâya (Chatterji), Le testament de Krishnokanto. Books Abroad, 1974.
  • 44 Rev. of Thatcher, Cambridge South Asian Archive. Journal of Asian History, 1974.
  • 45 Rev. of Basu, The Tamarind Tree. Books Abroad, 1976.
  • 46 Rev. of Tagore, Later Poems. Books Abroad, 1976
  • 47 Rev. of Surtees, Charlotte Canning. Journal of Asian History, 1976
  • 48 Rev. of Mukherji, Life of Tagore. Journal of Asian Studies, 1977. TMs.
  • 49 Rev. of Roy, Bengali Women. Journal of Asian History, 1977.
  • 50 Rev. of Roy, Subramanya Bharati. Literature East and West, 1977.
  • 51 Rev. of Dayananda, Manohar Malgonkar. WIWE, 1977.
  • 52 Rev. of Chatterjee, Anthology of Modern Bengali Short Stories. WLT, 1979.
  • 53 Rev. of Das, E.M. Forster’s India. WLT, 1979.
  • 54 Rev. of Qureshi, tr. Poèmes mystiques bengalis: Chants bāuls. WLT, 1979.
  • 55 Rev. of Lipsey, Coomaraswamy, vol. III. Journal of South Asian Studies, 1979.
  • 56 Rev. of Lewis, E.M. Forster’s Passage to India. Journal of Asian Studies, 1979-80.
  • 57 Rev. of Bharucha, Rehearsals of Revolution. WLT, 1984.
  • 58 Rev. of Tagore, Selected Poems. TLS, 1985.
  • 59 “Saved by Literature” (Rev. of Edmund Gosse: A Literary Landscape, by Ann Thwaite’s .) The American Scholar, 1985. TMs., correspondence

Box 11

  • 1 “The Ex-Arcadians” (Rev. of The Illustrated Zuleika Dobson, by Max Beerbohm). American Scholar, 1986.
  • 2 “Rabindranath Tagore:1861-1941” Barbican Gallery Exhibition, 1986
  • 3 “Edwardian American” Rev. of Olson’s John Singer Sargent: His Portrait). American Scholar, 1987. TMs, correspondence
  • 4 Rev. of Tagore: A Bibliography. Journal of Asian Thought and Society, 1987.
  • 5 Rev. of Bannerjee, Poetry from Bengal: The Delta Rising. N.p., 1990.
  • 6 Rev. of Seely, A Poet Apart. WLT, 1991.
  • 7 Rev. of Nahal, Salt of Life, WLT, 1992.
  • 8 Rev. of Gupta, Memories of Rain, WLT, 1993.
  • 9 Rev. of Osman, Janani, WLT, 1994.
  • 10 Rev. of Mallabarman, A River Called Titash, WLT, 1995.
  • 11 Rev. of Borland, D. S. MacColl, Painter, Poet, Art Critic. Burlington Magazine, 1995. TMs, correspondence
  • 12 Rev. of Mukhopadhyay, Woodworm, WLT, 1997.
  • 13 “Cinderalla Story,” Rev. of Das, Early Bengali Prose, n.p., n.d.

Unpublished Writings

  • 14 “The White Collar Gets It in the Back,” by Mary Lago and Allean Hale. Script for Fortnightly Club, 1949. TMs, programs
  • 15 “A Study of Rabindranath Tagore as a Bond between East and West.” M.A. Thesis, 1962. Prefaced by note by Mary Lago, 1971.
  • 16 “Praising the Day.” TMs [on Arthur Mendel and Cantata Singers], n.d.
  • 17 “An Englishman, and ardently so: Arthur Henry Fox-Strangways: 1859-1948.” TMs, n.d.
  • 18 “Outside Looking In: A Study in Point of View,” 1966. TMs, notes
  • 19 “The Hidden Half of Indian Fiction,” TMs, n.d.
  • 20 “Rabindranath Tagore: A Mislaid Key to Bangla Desh,” 1971. TMs, correspondence
  • 21 “Maude Allen.” Untitled draft. TMs (app. 30 pp)
  • 22 “Maude Allen and the Raj.” Untitled draft. TMs (40 pp)
  • 23 “Maude Allen and the Raj.” TMs (45 pp), ca. 1990. Rejected by TLS, with corrections
  • 24 “Salome and the Indian Empire” [Maude Allen]. TMs (18pp), ca. 1995

Conference Papers and Lectures

  • 25 “’Purposive’ Literature and Literary Craftsmanship.” Association for Asian Studies, 1972.
  • 26 “Decadence Redeemed: Max Beerbohm Looks at the 1890s,” University of Missouri-Columbia, 29 January 1973. TMs, correspondence
  • 27 “Getting It All Together in Literary Research,” Lincoln University, 1976. TMs, [poster needs to be removed to oversize]
  • 28 “End of an Era: Edmund Burne-Jones in the 1890′s,” William Morris Society, Toronto, 1976. TMs, flyer
  • 29 “Writing at Rapallo,” Mary LagoA, 1976. TMs, correspondence [“The Writings of Max Beerbohm,” given in absentia]
  • 30 “Forster’s Fictional Stereotypes,” University of Wisconsin-Madison South Asia Conference, 1979. TMs [“Fictional Stereotypes in Novels about India”]
  • 31 “Letter-Perfect Clues to Missing Persons,” Bucknell University, 1980. TMs, correspondence, clippings [“Missing Persons: In Their Letters”]
  • 32 “E.M. Forster and the Art of Travel” [panel chair] Mary Lago, 1981. Correspondence.
  • 33 “The Tourist as Historian: E. M. Forster in India,” Mary LagoA, 1982. TMs.
  • 34 “Rabindranath Tagore, 1861-1941”; “Tagore’s Short Fiction,” TMs. Rabindranath Tagore Festival, 1986
  • 35 “On Santha Rama Rau,” Mary LagoA 1989
  • 36 “Passage to India: The Road Not Taken” “E. M. Forster’s A Passage to India: Perspectives and Adaptation,” TCU Symposium, March 27-29, 1990. Correspondence, 1987-1990 [posters removed to oversize box]
  • 37 “The Man in the Middle: Edward J. Thompson,” Commonwealth Institute Lecture Series, London, 1990. TMs., correspondence
  • 38 “Tagore for the Twenty-First Century;” “Teaching Bengal a Lesson” The Rabindranath Tagore Festival, Urbana, IL, 1990. TMs, flyer [oversize], correspondence.
  • 39 “Ironies In and Of Tagore’s Short Stories,” South Asian Centre [Cambridge], 1992. TMs.
  • 40 “E. M. Forster and the ‘Song Not without Words,” Benjamin Britten Festival, University of Maryland, 1993. TMs
  • 41 “E. M. Forster’s India on Record,” Indian High Commission Lecture Series, Nehru Centre, London, 1994. TMs., flyer [see also correspondence: Gopal Gandhi]
  • 42 “A Hop Ahead of History: Hazards of Literary Research,” University of Missouri-Columbia, 1997. TMs., correspondence [Curator's Award for Scholarly Excellence]
  • 43 “Editing as Biography,” n.d, Wichita State Univ. Library
  • 44 “E. M. Forster’s India on Record,” University of Missouri-Columbia. TMs
  • 45 “Gilberto/Tom Dimitroff: Please tell us something about Forster,” St. Edward’s College, n.d. TMs

Translations by Mary Lago

  • 46 Trans. of Das, “Five Poems.” Literature East and West, 1964
  • 47 Trans. of Das, “Nine Poems.” Beloit Poetry Journal, 1965
  • 48 Trans. of Tagore, “Two Poems from Kshanika.” Hindusthan Standard, 1965
  • 49 Trans. of Tagore, “Rashmoni’s Son.” Chicago Review, 1966
  • 50 Trans. of B. Bose, “The Family.” Mahfil, 1966
  • 51 Trans. of Bhattacharyya, “Chilimpur Landing” Poetry Bag, 1966
  • 52 Trans. of J. Das, “Like a Match”; “In this World” East-West Review, 1966
  • 53 Trans. of B. Bose, “A Life.” Hindusthan Standard, 1967

IX. Research and Publication Files

Max and Florence Beerbohm [includes Karl Beckson material]

Mary Lago Correspondence

Box 11

  • 54 Harvard UP and John Murray with Mary Lago, 1972-1975
  • 55 Re: permissions
  • 56 Re: permissions
  • 57 Re: permissions
  • 58 Max Beerbohm to Florence Beerbohm (transcripts)

Box 12

Collected Correspondence (see also Oversize, box 49)
  • 1 Max Beerbohm to William Rothenstein, 1893-1910
  • 2 Max Beerbohm to William Rothenstein, 1911-1920
  • 3 Max Beerbohm to William Rothenstein, 1922-1930
  • 4 Max Beerbohm to William Rothenstein, 1931-1940
  • 5 Max Beerbohm to William Rothenstein, 1941-1945
  • 6 Max Beerbohm to William Rothenstein–not used (51 letters)
  • 7 Max Beerbohm to Alice Rothenstein
  • 8 Paul and John Nash to William Rothenstein
  • 9 A. E. Gallatin
  • 10 “Extracts from Letters Written by My Mother, Alexandra (“Dody”) Kahn, During the Time She Lived at the Villino Chiaro, Rapallo, Italy with Max and Florence Beerbohm – August 1921 to April 1922” by Marion Bagshawe
  • 11 Transcripts of Misc. Correspondence
Notes
  • 12 Research Notebook, 1970
  • 13 Research Notebook, (2)
  • 14 List of pictures and drawings sold by William Rothenstein, 1900-1940
  • 15 Listing of Max Beerbohm material (1907 sale)
Drafts
  • 16 Sir Rupert Hart-Davis’s comments on draft
  • 17 Sir Rupert Hart-Davis’s comments on draft
  • 18 Working copy of Rothenstein-Beerbohm letters, as typed by Karl Beckson. His selection of letters
  • 19 The Ex-Arcadians: Letters of William Rothenstein and Max Beerbohm . TMs
  • 20 The Ex-Arcadians. p. 160-269
  • 21 The Ex-Arcadians . 2nd draft. [Mary Lago note: “Prepared by Mary Lago and sent to Harvard Press, John Murray, and Karl Beckson, April 1973. Corrections on this draft are all made by Mary Lago as preparation for 3rd draft as requested by Harvard and John Murray”] 1/4
  • 22 The Ex-Arcadians . 2 nd draft. 2/4
  • 23 The Ex-Arcadians . 2 nd draft. 3/4
  • 24 The Ex-Arcadians . 2 nd draft. 4/4
  • 25 Max and Will . 3rd draft. 1/4
  • 26 Max and Will. 3 rd draft. 2/4
  • 27 Max and Will. 3 rd draft. 3/4
  • 28 Max and Will. 3 rd draft. 4/4

Box 13

“Mrs. Max”
  • 1 “Mrs. Max,” correspondence
  • 2 “Mrs. Max,” correspondence, 1974-1975
  • 3 “Mrs. Max: Finding Florence Beerbohm,” by Mary Lago. Typescript
Karl Beckson material
  • 4 Envelope with instructions regarding disposition of material
  • 5 Mary Lago’s account of working arrangement with Karl Beckson
  • 6 Envelope from Karl Beckson
  • 7 Karl Beckson’s “Annotations for Mary”
  • 8 Annotations
  • 9 Annotations
  • 10 Annotations
  • 11 Xerox copies, transcripts [folder marked 'important' by Karl Beckson]
  • 12 Draft of introduction by Karl Beckson with Mary Lago’s comments
  • 13 Karl Beckson’s corrections on Mary Lago’s draft of introduction
  • 14 Karl Beckson’s answers to misc. questions after Oct. 1972
  • 15 Karl Beckson’s draft of chronology
  • 16 Karl Beckson’s draft bibliography
  • 17 Karl Beckson’s notes
  • 18 Mary Lago’s notes and queries sent to Karl Beckson
  • 19 Notes on volume of Max Beerbohm essays
  • Restricted material :
  • 20 Karl Beckson’s Bills (to pay ½ of expenses) for books.
  • 21 Mary Lago to Karl Beckson, 1968-1975
  • 22 Karl Beckson to Mary Lago, 1968-1970
  • 23 Karl Beckson to Mary Lago, 1971-1975
  • 24 Alfred Perrin corr., 1972-1974
  • 25 Mary Lago to Karl Beckson, Hilda Petri, etc. 1967-1975
  • 26 Mary Lago to Karl Beckson, various
  • 27 Mary Lago to Karl Beckson, ML’s notes

See also: Oversize

Stopford A. Brooke

Mary Lago Correspondence
  • 28 Correspondence re: permissions, 1970
  • 29 Correspondence, 1967-1987
  • 30 Harvard UP and John Murray, 1970-1971
Collected Correspondence
  • 31 Stopford Brooke’s Manchester College Letters, 1890-1912
  • 32 Stopford Brooke to Professor Knight, 1886-1897 [Pierpont Morgan Library]
  • 33 Stopford Brooke to Macmillan, 1896-1912
  • 34 Stopford Brooke correspondence [incl. Mary Lago correspondence with letter owners]
  • 35 Stopford Brooke correspondence, notes and transcripts
Diary Transcripts
  • 36 November 15, 1894-January 28, 1898
  • 37 January 29, 1898-July 22, 1898
  • 38 July 23, 1898-March 1, 1899
  • 39 March 2, 1899-June 20, 1899
  • 40 June 21, 1899-September 24, 1899
  • 41 September 25, 1899-July 1, 1901
  • 42 July 2, 1901-February 5, 1902
  • 43 February 6, 1902-October 6, 1902
  • 44 October 7, 1902-January 17, 1903

Box 14

  • 1 January 18, 1903-July 14, 1903
  • 2 July 15, 1903-May 3, 1904
  • 3 May 4, 1904-August 19, 1904
  • 4 August 20, 1904-December 29, 1904
  • 5 January 1, 1905-August 21, 1905
  • 6 August 22, 1905-April 14, 1906
  • 7 April 15-1906-July 5, 1906
  • 8 July 6, 1906-December 31, 1906
  • 9 January 1, 1907-April 21, 1907
  • 10 April 22, 1907-September 7, 1907
  • 11 September 8, 1907-Jan. 15, 1908
  • 12 January 16, 1908-April 19, 1908
  • 13 April 20, 1908-July 18, 1908
  • 14 July 22, 1908-December 18, 1908
  • 15 December 19, 1908-March 13, 1909
  • 16 March 14, 1909-July 26, 1909
  • 17 July 26, 1909-October 24, 1909
  • 18 October 25, 1909-December 31, 1909
  • 19 January 1, 1910-January 15, 1912
  • 20 January 1, 1916-March 14, 1916
  • 21 Stopford Brook diaries, various
  • A View from Manchester Square:Selected Brooke Diaries with Notes and Introduction (unpublished). [Mary Lago: “sent xerox to John Murray, 1 Oct, 1985”]
  • 22 TMs, Introduction; Mar 19, 1888–Mar 27, 1899
  • 23 TMs, March 29, 1899-May 23, 1908
  • 24 TMs, June 29, 1908-March 16, 1916
  • 25 TMs, additional material (?)

Edward Burne-Jones and Thomas Rooke

Mary Lago Correspondence
  • 26 Re: Permissions, 1976-1981
  • 27 Correspondence, 1975-1986

Box 15

  • 1 Mary Lago with Simon Fenwick, 1996
  • 2 Re: Alma Tadema piano, 1978
Collected Correspondence
  • 3 Burne-Jones to Fairfax Murray, 1867-1892 [Texas: TBR]
  • 4 Burne-Jones to Howards, etc – Castle Howard.
  • 5 Burne-Jones to various correspondence. Notes
  • 6 Rooke to Burne-Jones. Transcripts, notes
  • 7 Burne-Jones to G. F. Watts (Compton). Notes
  • 8 Burne-Jones to Mary Gladstone. Notes
  • 9 Burne-Jones to S. Colvin (from Durham County Council)
  • 10 Burne-Jones to J. R. Lowell
  • 11 Burne-Jones to misc. (includes 1 to Oscar Wilde). [Texas: TBR]
  • 12 Burne-Jones to Mrs. Gaskell (Elizabeth). Notes
  • 13 Burne-Jones to C. E. Norton family
  • 14 Rooke to Sydney Cockrell. (from OWS 1943 Annual volume)
  • 15 John Ruskin to Rooke. [Texas: TBR]
  • 16 Burne-Jones to Ruskin.
  • 17 Edward Burne-Jones to Philip Burne-Jones. Photocopies
  • 18 Burne-Jones to various–from Institut Neerlandais. Photocopies
  • 19 John Ruskin to various correspondents. Notes
  • 20 Rooke to Burne-Jones. Photocopies (from Institut Neerlandais)
  • 21 T.M. Rooke to Philip Webb, 1898 [original letter; 1 ALS]
  • 22 Correspondence from Institut Neerdlandais
  • 23 Correspondence, n.d.
  • 24 Ruskin to various, notes
Notes
  • 25 “Burne-Jones and Art Nouveau,” by Paul Liss. TMs. Correspondence, Paul Liss and Mary Lago, 1982
  • 26 Rook/Cockerell and Cockerell Diaries, Notes
  • 27 Notes
  • 28 Burne-Jones, Morris, etc. Mss collections
  • 29 Notes
  • 30 Miscellaneous material.
  • 31 Useful rough notes from working copy of B-JT
  • 32 Original retyped pp. for final copy to Murray
  • 33 Catherine William’s Catalogue of TMR’s work at Reading-Ruskin Museum, 1978
  • 34 Notes. Incl. TM Rookes’ apology for presenting the conversation
  • 35 “T.M. Rooke’s Notes of Edward Burne-Jones’ Talk Transcribed by Georgiana Burne-Jones” [1/3]
  • 36 “T.M. Rooke’s Notes of Edward Burne-Jones’ Talk Transcribed by Georgiana Burne-Jones” [2/3]
  • 37 “T.M. Rooke’s Notes of Edward Burne-Jones’ Talk Transcribed by Georgiana Burne-Jones” [3/3]
Drafts
  • 38 Burne-Jones by Himself . TMs
  • 39 Burne-Jones by Himself . TMs
  • 40 Burne-Jones Talkin g. TMs (various pages)
  • 41 Burne-Jones Talking . TMs
  • 42 Burne-Jones Talking . TMs
  • 43 Burne-Jones by himself . I.
  • 44 Burne-Jones by himself. II.

Box 16

  • 1 Burne-Jones Talking. I.
  • 2 Burne-Jones Talking. II.
  • 3 Burne-Jones Talking. III.
  • 4 Burne-Jones Talking. IV.
  • 5 Burne-Jones Talking. Index Copy

E. M. Forster

General Forster Research Material (incl. Diaries and Essays

Box 16

  • 6 “Talking about Morgan.” May and Robert Buckingham with Eric Crozier, 1971. Transcript
  • 7 “EMF: A Profile” by Robert Pocock. Radio script, 1965
  • 8 Reader’s Report on Maurice, by Clifton Fadiman, 1971
  • 9 Address Book
  • 10 Diary, 1898
  • 11 Diary, 1899
  • 12 Italian Diary, 1901
  • 13 Diary: Belfast Trip, 1912
  • 14 India Diary. From Elizabeth Heine’s edition. Editor’s Introduction, Introduction to India Diary, part of India Diary, TMs
  • 15 India Diary, 1912-1913
  • 16 South African diary, 1929
  • 17 American Journal, Apr. 19, 1947-July 14, 1947; 1949
  • 18 Diary, 1958
  • 18.5 Locked Diary
  • 19 Essays, published
  • 20 Essays. “Rook’s Nest,” AMs
  • 21 Essays. “Nassenheide,” TMs
  • 22 Essays. “Sex,” AMs
  • 23 Essays. Rev. of “A Layman’s Love of Letters” [by G. M. Trevelyan] [Columbia] 24 Essays. “The Art of Virginia Woolf,” TMs [Yale]
  • 25 Essays. “Swimming in the Sea,” AMs
  • 26 Essays. “Kanaya,” TMs
  • 27 Essays. “West Hackhurst: A Surrey Ramble,” AMs, 1943
Unpublished Books
On A Passage to India
  • 28 Part One, TMs
  • 29 Part Two, TMs
  • 30 Notes
  • 31 Notes from Harvard, Boston U, KCC
  • 32 Script. Correspondence re: copy, 1985-1986
  • 33 BBC Correspondence re: script, 1984-1987 [incl. Copies of EMF letters to BBC]
  • 34 Edward Arnold edition with Mary Lago’s cuts copies from SRR’s Theatre Guild working script [Harvard]
  • 35 Radio adaptation by Lance Sieveking. Script, 1955
  • 36 TV Adaptation by John Maynard. Script
  • 37 Clippings re: Lean film

Box 17

  • 1 Clippings re: Lean film
  • 2 Santha Rama Rau. Incl. “Remembering E.M. Forster” by SRR
  • 3 Santha Rama Rau. Correspondence with Frank Hauser, 1960
  • 4 Santha Rama Rau. Correspondence with David Lean and Richard Attenborough
Billy Budd
  • [SA: EMF Letters: Crozier]
  • 5 Benjamin Britten, E.M. Forster, and Eric Crozer disucss how they made Billy Budd. Typescript, 1960
  • 6 “Remembing Billy Budd” by Eric Crozier, 1991
  • 7 Britten Birthday Festival (U of Maryland). Programs
  • 8 Britten Birthday Festival (U of Maryland). Correspondence, 1992-1994
  • 9 Correspondence re: blacklisting of Britten and Pears, 1982-1983
  • BBC Radio Talks
  • 10 BBC Radio Talks
  • 11 “Clouds Hill”
  • 12 “Some Books”
  • 13 “Books that have influenced me”
  • 14 “Edward Carpenter”
  • 15 “Story by Five Authors”
  • 16 “Entrance to an Unwritten Novel”
  • 17 “John Skelton”
  • 18 “George Crabbe”
  • 19 Mary Lago Correspondence, 1996-2000
  • 20 Mary Lago Correspondence, 2000
  • 21 Mary Lago Contract
Published Books
E. M. Forster: A Literary Life
  • 22 Page Proofs
  • 23 Preliminaries, draft
  • 24 Preliminaries, TMs
  • 25 Ch. 1 “EMF: Self and Neighbours,” draft
  • 26 Ch. 1 “EMF: Self and Neighbours,” TMs
  • 27 Ch. 2 “The Suburban Novels,” draft 1/2
  • 28 Ch. 2 “The Suburban Novels,” draft 2/2
  • 29 Ch. 2 “The Suburban Novels,” TMs
  • 30 Ch. 3 “The Indian Novels,” draft
  • 31 Ch. 3 “The Indian Novels,” TMs
  • 32 Ch. 4 “The BBC Broadcasts,” draft
  • 33 Ch. 4 “The BBC Broadcasts,” TMs
  • 34 Ch. 5 “The Lonely Voice,” draft
  • 35 Ch. 5 “The Lonely Voice,” TMs
  • 36 Notes, draft
  • 37 Notes, TMs
  • 38 Page proofs
  • 39 Copyright and permissions material
  • 40 Corrections. Correspondence with Anne Rafique (copyeditor)
  • A Calendar of the Letters of E. M. Forster
  • 41 Correspondence re: additions
  • 42 Notes re: additions
  • 43 King’s College (Cambridge), 1978-1991
  • 44 Lilly Library (Indiana), 1978-1984
  • 45 Humanities Research Center (University of Texas), 1978-1985
  • 46 Answers to queries A-D
  • 47 Answers to queries E-H
  • 48 Answers to queries I-M
  • 49 Answers to queries N-R
  • 50 Answers to Queries S-Z
  • 51 Sources acknowledging no Forster letters (personal replies)
  • 52 Sources acknowledging no Forster letters A-H
  • 53 Sources acknowledging no Forster letters I-Z
  • 54 Supplement. Correspondence and notes
  • 55 Mansell Publishing, 1984-1992
  • 56 Mansell Publishing, 1980-1984
  • 57 Re: supplement

Box 18

  • 1 Dealer notices
  • 2 Correspondence, 1983-1984, 1994
  • 3 Correspondence, 1981-1986
  • 4 Notes and lists (incl. correspondence, 1973-1994)
  • 5 Correspondence, misc.
  • 6 Forster notes and lists, misc.
  • 7 Forster notes, misc.
Selected Letters of E. M. Forster
  • 8 Correspondence re: permissions
  • 9 P.N. Furbank’s drafts
  • 10 P.N. Furbank’s notes and queries
  • 11 Queries
  • 12 Queries
  • 13 Notes to PNF from Mary Lago
  • 14 Vol. 1. TMs (1/4)
  • 15 Vol. 1. TMs (2/4)
  • 16 Vol. 1. TMs (3/4)
  • 17 Vol. 1. TMs (4/4)
  • 18 Vol. 1. Marked for Printer (1/3)
  • 19 Vol. 1. Marked for Printer (2/3)
  • 20 Vol. 1. Marked for Printer (3/3)
  • 21 Vol. 1. Mary Lago’s master copy, edited (1/5)
  • 22 Vol. 1. Mary Lago’s master copy, edited (2/5)
  • 23 Vol. 1. Mary Lago’s master copy, edited (3/5)
  • 24 Vol. 1. Mary Lago’s master copy, edited (4/5)
  • 25 Vol. 1. Mary Lago’s master copy, edited (5/5)
  • 26 Vol. 1. TMs (1/4)
  • 27 Vol. 1. TMs (2/4)
  • 28 Vol. 1. TMs (3/4)
  • 29 Vol. 1. TMs (4/4)
  • 30 Vol. 1 TMs (1/4)
  • 31 Vol. 1 TMs (2/4)
  • 32 Vol. 1 TMs (3/4)
  • 33 Vol. 1 Tms (4/4)

Box 19

  • 1 Vol. 1. TMs (1/3)
  • 2 Vol. 1. TMs (2/3)
  • 3 Vol. 1. TMs (3/3)
  • 4 Vol. 1 & 2. Index
  • 5 Vol. 2. TMs (1/3)
  • 6 Vol. 2. TMs (2/3)
  • 7 Vol. 2. TMs (3/3)
  • 8 Vol. 2 Mary Lago’s master copy (1/5)
  • 9 Vol. 2 Mary Lago’s master copy (2/5)
  • 10 Vol. 2 Mary Lago’s master copy (3/5)
  • 11 Vol. 2 Mary Lago’s master copy (4/5)
  • 12 Vol. 2 Mary Lago’s master copy (5/5)
  • 13 Vol. 2 Galley proofs (1/2)
  • 14 Vol. 2 Galley proofs (2/2)
  • 15 Vol. 1 proof copy [bound pp. 1-147]
  • 16 Vol. 1 proof copy [unbound pp.148-341]
  • 17 Vol. 1 proof copy (II)
  • 18 Vol. 2 proof copy (II)
  • 19 Vol. 1 proof copy w/photographs
  • 20 Bibliography
  • 21 Index

Box 20

  • 1 Vol. 2 uncorrected proof (Index)
  • 2 Vol. 2 proof copy (III)
  • 3 Vol. 2 proof copy (after III)
  • 4 Letters for Vol. 1 reprint
  • 5 Vol. 1 & 2 corrections
  • 6 Vol. 1 illustrations
  • 7 Vol. 2 illustrations
E. M. Forster Letters

Alphabetized by the names of individual correspondents:

A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P R S T U V W Y Z

E.M. Forster Letters. Collected by Mary Lago and PNF for their edition of Forster’s. Of over 15,000 letters collected, 446 were included in the two-volume edition. Arranged as found. Majority of letters are photocopies. Some are Mary Lago’s transcripts or notes, often in shorthand. Duplicate set deposited by PNF at King’s College, Cambridge Library. Some folders were empty, but were retained. For an item-level finding aid, see Calendar of the Letters of E. M. Forster (Mansell, 1985) that includes originating source information [not all letters listed in Calendar included here]. Also included here are letters from originating source to Lago and/or Furbank.

Box 20

  • 8 EMF to Claude Coller Abbot, 1925-35
  • 9 EMF to Ralph Abercrombie, 1949
  • 10 EMF to Joe R. Ackerley, 1922-24 [removed]
  • 11 EMF to Joe R. Ackerley, 1925-26 [removed]
  • 12 EMF to Joe R. Ackerley, 1927-28 [removed]
  • 13 EMF to Joe R. Ackerley, 1929-30 [removed]
  • 14 EMF to Joe R. Ackerley, 1931-34 [removed]
  • 15 EMF to Joe R. Ackerley, 1935-37 [removed]

Box 21

  • 1 EMF to Joe R. Ackerley, 1938-39 [removed]
  • 2 BBC letters removed from Ackerley Files, 1928-36[removed]
  • 3 EMF to Joe R. Ackerley, 1940-41 [removed]
  • 4 EMF to Joe R. Ackerley, 1942-50 [removed]
  • 5 EMF to Joe R. Ackerley, 1951-55 [removed]
  • 6 EMF to Joe R. Ackerley, 1956-57 [removed]
  • 7 EMF to Joe R. Ackerley, 1958 [removed]
  • 8 EMF to Joe R. Ackerley, 1959 [removed]
  • 9 EMF to Joe R. Ackerley, 1960-61 [removed]
  • 10 EMF to Joe R. Ackerley, 1962-63 [removed]
  • 11 EMF to Joe R. Ackerley, 1964 [removed]
  • 12 Joe R. Ackerley to Douglas Reed, 1940
  • 13 Joe R. Ackerley to EMF, 1933, 1958
  • 14 EMF to Taylor Adams, 1959; Mrs. Taylor Adams to PNF, 1980
  • 15 EMF to John Alden, 1957
  • 16 Horace G. Alexander to EMF, 1934 [transcript]
  • 17 EMF to Rosalie Alford, 1955 [transcript]
  • 18 EMF to Ahmed Ali, 1951, 1963-64
  • 19 EMF to Lord Noel Annan, 1948-63; Annan to PNF, 1982
  • 20 EMF to Ruth Nanda Anshen, 1960-61; Anshen to EMF, 1960
  • 21 EMF to John Arlott, 1946
  • 22 EMF to D.V. Appleton and Co, 1908
  • 23 EMF to John Gawsworth Armstrong, 1961 [removed]
  • 24 EMF to Edward Arnold, 1908-27; Arnold to EMF, 1914; Emily Page to Arnold, 1932
  • 25 Ashbee Papers references to Forster, 1918-20
  • 26 EMF to The Author, 1951
  • 27 EMF to Mary Aylward, 1886-1913
  • 28 Maime Forster to Lily Forster, 1873-1885
  • 29 EMF to Constance Babington Smith, 1961
  • 30 EMF to Don Bachardy, 1958
  • 31 EMF to Alfred Bachrach, 1954-60
  • 32 EMF to Sir Amin Jung Bahedre (Ahmed Hussain) 1923-26; William Jarvis to PNF, 1994
  • 33 EMF to Ronald E. Balfour, 1933-34
  • 34 EMF to Florence, George, Evert, and Mollie Barger, 1910-1964
  • 35 EMF to Evert Barger, 1917, 1918
  • 36 EMF to Florence Barger, 1912-1933
  • 37 EMF to Florence Barger, 1917-18
  • 38 EMF to Florence Barger, 1920-54
  • 39 EMF to George Barger, 1916-17; EMF to Barger, 1917-54 [transcripts]
  • 40 EMF to Mollie Barger, 1960-64
  • 41 EMF to George Barnes, 1926-46
  • 42 EMF to George Barnes, 1926-53; Lady Barnes to PNF, 1980
  • 43 EMF to Augustus Theodore Bartholomew, ?
  • 44 EMF to Mr. Banting, 1971
  • 45 EMF to Jacques Barzun 1951-52
  • 46 EMF to John Bayley, 1962
  • 47 EMF to Sybille Bedford, 1965
  • 48 EMF to Max Beerbohm, 1942-44
  • 49 EMF to Gilbert Beith, 1944
  • 50 EMF to Montgomery Belgion, 1927
  • 51 EMF to Arnold Bennett, 1928; Arnold Bennett to EMF
  • 52 EMF to Arthur C. Benson, 1910
  • 53 EMF to Nicholas Bentley, 1951
  • 54 EMF to Andrew Best, 1950-67; Best to PNF, 1980
  • 55 EMF to William Beveridge, 1907, 1959-62
  • 56 EMF to Francis Birrell, 1920-23; EMF to Birrell and David Garnett
  • 57 EMF to Carl Björkman [transcript]
  • 58 EMF to Blackwood’s
  • 59 EMF to Bentford and Chiswich Parliamentary Candidates, 1964 [transcripts]
  • 60 EMF to John Betjeman, 1963
  • 61 EMF to Edmund Blunden, 1937 [removed]
  • 62 EMF to Maud Bodkin, 1934
  • 63 EMF to Aida Borchgrevink, 1923
  • 64 EMF to Merlin Bowen, 1952-65
  • 65 EMF to Richard Braithwaite, 1922 [transcript]
  • 66 EMF to Wilfrid Bramley, 1924 [transcript]
  • 67 EMF to Lawrence Brander, 1950-68 [removed]
  • 68 EMF to Neville Braybrooke, 1956 [transcript]
  • 69 EMF to Gerald Brenan, 1922-24
  • 70 EMF to Monica and Robert Bridges, 1924-33
  • 71 EMF to John Malcolm Brinnin, 1962
  • 72 EMF to Jasper Brinton, 1924-39, 1961-66; EMF to Mr. W. Walker, 1938 [copy of manuscript of EMF’s preface to 2 nd edition of Alexandria]
  • 73 EMF to Benjamin Britten, 1944-68; Rosamund Strode to PNF, 1979
  • 74 EMF to Jocelyn Brooke, 1951-60 [removed]
  • 75 EMF to Rupert Brooke, 1910-11
  • 76 EMF to Hilton Brown, 1941
  • 77 EMF to Mrs. Brownlow, 1948
  • 78 EMF to Beatrice Victoria Buckingham, 1954-63
  • 79 EMF to Edward Buckingham, 1938, 1962-68
  • 80 EMF to Joan Buckingham, 1965
  • 81 EMF to May Buckingham, 1932
  • 82 May Buckingham to EMF, 1936
  • 83 EMF to Robert Buckingham, 1941-47: Andre L. Simon to EMF, 1944

Box 22

  • 1 EMF to Robert and May Buckingham, 1960-70; “Fidelity” to EMF, 1967
  • 2 Robert Buckingham to EMF, 1930
  • 3 Robert Buckingham to Gabriel Marcel, 1950
  • 4 Robert Buckingham to Bessie Trevelyan, 1955-56
  • 5 EMF to Robin Buckingham, 1946-62; EMF to Sylvia Buckingham, 1955-64; EMF to May Buckingham, 1959; EMF to Clive Buckingham, 1963-64; EMF to Paul Buckingham, 1963
  • 6 EMF to Shirley Buckingham, 1957
  • 7 EMF to Richard Buckle, 1964, Buckle to Gill Gibbins, 1983
  • 8 EMF to Ella Mara Burra, 1937-42; EMF to Peter Burra, 1934-35; Simon Nowell to Mrs. Burra, 1942
  • 9 EMF to Dorothy Bussy, 1948
  • 10 EMF to Miss Butler, 1945
  • 11 EMF to Elizabeth von Arnim Butterworth, 1951-68
  • 12 EMF to Paul Cadmus, 1943-65
  • 13 EMF to Herbert Cahoon, 1925; Cahoon to Mary Lago, 1978
  • 14 EMF to Cambridge Arts Theater, 1960
  • 15 EMF to Cambridge Review, 1959
  • 16 EMF to Edmund Candler, 1924; Sarah Mozley to Wallace Bradway, 1973; Arthur Wensinger to PNF, 1980; J.H. Stape to Mary Lago, 1991-92
  • 17 EMF to Melville Henry Cane, n.y.
  • 18 No Folder
  • 19 EMF to Clive Carey, 1907-10 [transcript]
  • 20 EMF to Gordon Vero Carey, 1955; Hugh Carey to Mary Lago, 1983
  • 21 EMF to Edward Carpenter, 1916-17 [transcript]
  • 22 Edward Carpenter to EMF, 1918-21 [transcript]
  • 23 EMF to Dora Carrington, 1922-32 [removed]
  • 24 EMF to Robert Carson, 1959
  • 25 EMF to Michael Carver, 1965
  • 26 EMF to C.P. Cavafy 1917-29; EMF to George Vassopoulo, 1930
  • 27 EMF to Lord David Cecil, 1930; Cecil to PNF, 1979
  • 28 EMF to Robert Chapman, 1963
  • 29 EMF to Chatto and Windus, 1922-27; Chatto and Windus to EMF, 1923; Chatto and Windus to G.H. Grubb, 1923
  • 30 EMF to Samuel Claggett Chew, 1947
  • 31 No Folder
  • 32 EMF to David Chipp, 1923-1958; Chipp to PNF, 1970
  • 33 EMF to Richard Church, 1938-42; Church to EMF, 1938 [removed]
  • 34 EMF to “Circle” Edition, n.y. [transcript]
  • 35 EMF to Kenneth and Jane Clark, 1946-69
  • 36 EMF to Christopher John Clausen, 1963; Clausen to PNF, 1980
  • 37 EMF to Frederick Clayton (Frank Clare), 1941; Margaret Clayton to PNF, 1978
  • 38 EMF to George W. Clemas, 1929
  • 39 EMF to Irene Clephane, 1937, 1958; Clephane to PNF, 1979
  • 40 EMF to Sydney Cockerell, 1919
  • 41 EMF to Ruth L. Cohen, 1960; Cohen to EMF, 1960
  • 42 EMF to Arthur Cole, 1905-06, 1952-53; Hugh Cole to PNF, 1980
  • 43 Sibyl Colefax to EMF, n.d.
  • 44 EMF to John Collier, 1923-35
  • 45 EMF to Horace Collingham, 1901, 1927; M.E. Labor to Horace Collingham, n.y.; W.M. Mollison to Horace Collingham, n.y.
  • 46 EMF to Jack Common, 1938, 1952; Alistair Eliot to PNF, 1980
  • 47 EMF to Louis Connick, 1950
  • 48 EMF to Cyril Connolly, 1944, 1961-63 [removed]
  • 49 EMF to Marian Cook, 1966; Marian Prowle to PNF, 1979
  • 50 EMF to Barbara Cooper, 1950 [removed]
  • 51 EMF to Burton L. Cooper, 1959
  • 52 EMF to Edith Cooper, 1952
  • 53 EMF to Blanche Crackanthorpe, 1906
  • 54 EMF to F.W. Cramer-Roberts, 1937
  • 55 EMF to Cheryl Crawford, 1956 [removed]
  • 56 EMF to Will Crawford, 1947-54; PNF to J.E. Trice, 1979; Trice to PNF, 1979
  • 57 EMF to Enzo Crea, 1959-62
  • 58 EMF to D’Arcy Cresswell, 1936, 1954; Helen Shaw to PNF, 1981
  • 59 EMF to Sylvia Crowther-Smith, 1937-55; EMF to Ronald Kidd, 1941; Sylvia Scaffardi to PNF, 1977
  • 60 EMF to Eric Crozier, 1948-69; EMF to Nancy Evans, 1950-69; EMF to Erwin Stein, 1951; EMF to Times Music Critic, 1964; Crozier to Evans, 1950
  • 61 “Talking about Billy Budd” (Eric Crozier and EMF Transcript); “Billy Budd” Crozier Script, 1979
  • 62 EMF to Lady Faith Culme-Seymour, 1955-70; EMF to Sir Michael Culme-Seymour, 1961-63
  • 63 EMF to Nancy Cunard, 1937 [removed]
  • 64 EMF to Samuel Knox Cunningham, 1940-57
  • 65 EMF to Dame Myra Curtis, 1952; Curtis to EMF, 1952; Ruth L. Cohen to EMF, 1960; Ann Phillips to PNF, 1979
  • 66 EMF to Daily Herald, 1919
  • 67 EMF to The Daily News, 1922
  • 68 EMF to The Daily Telegraph and Morning Post, 1940
  • 69 EMF to Andrew H. Dakers [removed]
  • 70 EMF to Miss Dakyns, 1911 [removed]
  • 71 EMF to Harry Daley, 1926
  • 72 EMF to April Darling (van Bieruliet), 1945-68; D.A. Parry to April D. van Bieruliet, 1972; Anthony Rota to van Bieruliet, 1979; van Bieruliet to Rota, 1979
  • 73 EMF to April Darling (van Bieruliet), n.d.; Malcolm Darling to April Darling, 1934
  • 74 April Darling to S.R. Masood, 1915; Masood to Darling, 1915
  • 75 EMF to Irene Darling, 1953
  • 76 EMF to Jessica (Josie) Darling, 1910-23 [removed]
  • 77 EMF to Sir Malcolm Darling, 1908-1919 [transcripts]
  • 78 EMF to Sir Malcolm Darling, 1922-57 [removed]
  • 79 EMF to Sir Malcolm Darling, 1926-1966; Jagdevras Puar to Darling, 1952 [removed]
  • 80 EMF to Sir Malcolm Darling, n.d. [removed]
  • 81 Sir Malcolm Darling to April Darling, 1945, 1959 [removed]
  • 82 Sir Malcolm Darling to his mother, 1904-12 [transcripts]
  • 83 Letters removed from Jessica (Josie) Darling’s file, 1914-15; Letters removed from Malcolm Darling’s file, 1925-58 [removed]
  • 84 EMF to Malcolm Darling’s sister, n.d.
  • 85 EMF to Cecil Day-Lewis, 1935-41
  • 86 EMF to Walter de la Mare, 1953
  • 87 EMF to Otto Demus, 1953-60
  • 88 EMF to Alan Denson, 1955 [transcripts]
  • 89 EMF to Edward Joseph Dent, 1901-15
  • 90 EMF et. al. to J.M. Dent Co., 1957-76 [transcripts]
  • 91 EMF to Mr. Deutsch, 1947
  • 92 Tukojiran Pawar of Dewas “In Memorium,” 1979
  • 93 EMF to Goldsworthy Lowes Dickinson, 1901-31; Dickinson to EMF, 1932
  • 94 EMF to Goldsworthy Lowes Dickinson, [transcripts] and articles
  • 95 Excerpts from Goldsworthy Lowes Dickinson’s Diary of an Eastern Tour [transcripts]
  • 96 EMF to Patric Dickinson, 1968 [removed]
  • 97 EMF to William Dodd, 1938-51
  • 98 EMF to James Doggart, 1933, 1961 [removed]
  • 99 EMF to Rupert Doone, 1929
  • 100 EMF to George Douglas, 1917-27; Douglas to Professor Roalta, 1933, 1947
  • 101 EMF to Tom Driberg, 1955; Driberg to EMF, 1955
  • 102 EMF to Ronald Duncan, 1955 [removed]
  • 103 EMF to Jean-Jacques Duval, 1960-66
  • 104 EMF to Karilppacheril Chakko Eapen, 1961-62
  • 105 Geoyl Weys to PNF, 1981
  • 106 EMF to Mohammed el Adl, 1917-1929; el Adl to EMF, 1917-22; Mohammed Gouda to Unknown Recipient, 1919; Mohumed Ahdad Rehman to EMF, 1922; Aziz Benoule to EMF, 1922
  • 107 EMF to Geoffrey Elborn, 1967
  • 108 EMF to Edward Eliot, 1887-1950 [transcripts]
  • 109 EMF to T. S. Eliot, 1923-42; Elizabeth Falsey to Mary Lago, 2000; Sandra Stelts to Timothy Lundy, 1991; Mary Lago to Jacqueline Cox, 2000; Mary Lago to Falsey, 2000; Mary Lago to John Bodley, 2000; Bodley to Mary Lago, 2000; Rosalind Mead to Mary Lago, 2000
  • 110 EMF to Oliver Elton, 1925-27; Lady Margaret Anne Elton to PNF, 1979
  • 111 EMF to Dennis J. Enright, 1957
  • 112 EMF to Mrs. N.H. Everill, 1959
  • 113 EMF to Brian W. Fagan, 1923-32; Fagan to EMF, 1936
  • 114 EMF to Lord Farrer, 1903-37; Farrer to EMF, 1937
  • 115 EMF to Louis N. Feipel, 1924; Feipel to EMF, 1924; Robert A. Forster to Mary Lago, 1979
  • 116 EMF to Lew David Feldman, 1960 [transcripts]
  • 117 EMF to Paul Fincham [removed]
  • 118 EMF to Howard Ferguson, 1944-46 [transcripts]; EMF to Myra Hess, 1943 [transcripts]
  • 119 EMF to Eric Fletcher, 1947-70
  • 120 John Gould Fletcher to Nomeys Jephson O’Conor, 1949
  • 121 EMF to Ford Madox Ford, 1908 [transcripts]

Box 23

  • 1 EMF to Henry James Foreman, 1924-25
  • 2 EMF to Alice Clara (Lily) Forster, included 1890-1900, 1926
  • 3 EMF to Alice Clara (Lily) Forster, 1890-1903
  • 4 EMF to Alice Clara (Lily) Forster, 1898-1901
  • 5 EMF to Alice Clara (Lily) Forster, 1899-1938 [transcripts]
  • 6 EMF to Alice Clara (Lily) Forster – Nassenheide letters, 1903-05
  • 7 EMF to Alice Clara (Lily) Forster, not included 1912-14
  • 8 EMF to Alice Clara (Lily) Forster, included 1912-21
  • 9 EMF to Alice Clara (Lily) Forster, not included 1921; Alice Clara (Lily) Forster
  • to EMF, not included 1921
  • 10 EMF to Alice Clara (Lily) Forster, included 1922-37
  • 11 EMF to Alice Clara (Lily) Forster, not included 1922-45
  • 12 EMF to Alice Clara (Lily) Forster fragments
  • 13 EMF to Harold Forster, 1936; Harold Forster to PNF, 1979
  • 14 EMF to Laura Forster, 1890-1922
  • 15 EMF to Laura Forster, 1912-21 [transcripts]
  • 16 EMF to Professor Meyer Fortes, n.d. [transcripts]; Fortes to Peter Craft, 1978 [transcripts]
  • 17 Christina Foyle to EMF, n.d.
  • 18 EMF to Hugh Franklin, 1935
  • 19 EMF to John Freeman, 1927-28 [transcripts]
  • 20 EMF to Jared and Margaret French, 1947-59
  • 21 EMF to Margery Fry, 1936; Unknown to PNF, 1980
  • 22 EMF to Roger Fry, 1922-25
  • 23 EMF to Roy Fuller, 1945-54; Fuller to PNF, 1979
  • 24 EMF to P.N. Furbank, 1947-59; Edward Ford to EMF, 1953
  • 25 EMF to P.N. Furbank, 1960-70
  • 26 EMF to Peter Gamble, 1948-51 [removed]
  • 27 EMF to Dame Helen Gardner, 1939, 1970 [transcripts]
  • 28 EMF to Alfred G. Gardiner, 1919
  • 29 EMF to David Garnett, 1925-64
  • 30 EMF to Edward Garnett, 1907-34
  • 31 EMF to Robb Gathorne-Hardy, 1952-57
  • 32 Serge Gautier to EMF, 1956
  • 33 EMF to Sadhan Kumar Ghosh, 1960; S.K. Ghosh to Mary Lago, 1982
  • 34 EMF to Andre Gide, 1920
  • 35 EMF to Arthur N. Gillett, n.d.; EMF to Margaret Gillett, 1939-43
  • 36 EMF to John Gilmour, 1962-66
  • 37 E.M. Gilpin to EMF, n.d.; EMF note
  • 38 EMF to Provost of University of Glasgow, 1943; Provost of University of Glasgow to EMF, 1943-44; I.R. Wright to Mary Lago or PNF, 1982
  • 39 EMF to Douglas Goldring, 1924-26
  • 40 EMF to Laurie Goldstraw, 1964; Goldstraw to PNF, 1984
  • 41 EMF to Jack W. Goodison, 1951
  • 42 EMF to Duncan Grant, 1968
  • 43 EMF to Dr. Alexander Granville, 1917 [transcripts]
  • 44 EMF to Robert Graves, 1923-36
  • 45 EMF to Leonard Henry Green, 1929; Ida G. Hyett to Green, 1929
  • 46 EMF to Mr. Green, 1964
  • 47 EMF to Margaret Greig, 1949
  • 48 EMF to Griffon, 1951; Beatrice Ricks to Mary Lago, 1980
  • 49 EMF to Herbert Watkins Grubb, 1924; Diana Haskell to PNF, 1971
  • 50 EMF to Shyam Ratna Gupta, 1947; Gupta to PNF, 1980
  • 51 EMF to Hamish Hamilton, 1945 [transcripts]
  • 52 EMF to George Rostrevor Hamilton, 1946 [transcripts]
  • 53 EMF to John L. Hammond, 1940
  • 54 EMF to Geoffrey Handley-Taylor, 1965
  • 55 EMF to James Hanley, 1931-44, 1958
  • 56 EMF to Neilson Hannay, 1951; Hannay to EMF, 1951; A.N.L Munby to Hannay, 1954
  • 57 EMF to Harcourt Brace, 1923-60; EMF to Miss Cuff, 1947; EMF to Miss McCarthy, 1947, 1954
  • 58 EMF to Florence Hardie, 1936 [transcripts]
  • 59 EMF to Frank Hardy, 1934-37
  • 60 EMF to George and Marion Harewood, 1948-67; George Harewood to PNF, 1980
  • 61 EMF to Kenneth Harrison, 1950-67
  • 62 EMF to Elizabeth Hart, 1960-67; Hart to Willie Morris, 1969; George Edge to Mary Lago, 1983
  • 63 EMF to Rupert Hart-Davis, 1934-61
  • EMF to Ronald Hayman, 1953 [returned to NYU]
  • 64 EMF to Mr. Haynes, 1927
  • 65 EMF to John Hayward, 1949, 1959 [transcripts]
  • 66 EMF to Gerald Heard, 1951-59
  • 67 Gerald Heard to EMF, 1951
  • 68 EMF to Mr. Henderson, 1948
  • 69 EMF to Alan P. Herbert, 1934
  • 70 EMF to Herberth Herlitschka, 1926
  • 71 EMF to Dame Myra Hess, 1939-43 [transcripts]
  • 72 John Hewitt to PNF, 1970
  • 73 EMF to Baroness Hirshberg, 1959
  • 74 EMF to Michael Holroyd, 1962
  • 75 EMF to Imogen Holst, 1955-1966
  • 76 EMF to Gilbert Percivale Hoole, 1962-68
  • 77 EMF to Walter McGehee Hooper, 1969
  • 78 EMF to Eric Arthur Horne, 1924 [transcripts]
  • 79 EMF to A.E. Housman, 1923-28
  • 80 EMF to Hsiao Ch’ien [Xiao Qian], 1941-44 [transcripts]
  • 81 Hsiao Ch’ien to W.J.H. Sprott, 1941-46 [transcripts]
  • 82 EMF to Patricia Hutchins, 1956
  • 83 EMF to Mary Hutchinson, 1920 [removed]
  • 84 EMF to Sir Thomas Inskip, 1934
  • 85 International Book Shop mailer, n.d.
  • 86 EMF to Christopher Isherwood, 1932-39
  • 87 EMF to Christopher Isherwood, 1933-62; W.J.H. Sprott to Isherwood, 1952
  • 88 Christopher Isherwood to Robert Buckingham, 1947
  • 89 EMF to David Isitt, 1959
  • 90 EMF to Harold Lionel Jackson, 1949-61 [transcripts]
  • 91 EMF to Margaret Storm Jameson, 1939-41
  • 92 EMF to Rev. Lucien Jansz, n.d.; E.F.C. Ludowth to PNF, 1979
  • 93 EMF to Klaus W. Jonas, 1950 [removed]
  • 94 EMF to Frank William Jones, 1943-54; Jones to PNF, 1980
  • 95 EMF to Henry Festing Jones, 1910
  • 96 EMF to Miss Jones, 1953
  • 97 EMF to George T. Keating, 1963
  • 98 EMF to Walter A.S. Keir, 1948-58; Keir to PNF, 1980
  • 99 EMF to Norman Kelvin, 1962-67; Kelvin to Mary Lago, 1978
  • 100 EMF to Kathleen Kennet, 1942
  • 101 EMF to Sir Geoffrey and Lady Keynes, 1931-63
  • 102 J.F. Keynes to EMF, 1923; EMF to J.F. Keynes, 1923
  • 103 EMF to Lady Lydia Lopokova Keynes, 1934-61 [transcripts]; EMF to John Maynard Keynes, 1914-1933 [transcripts]
  • 104 Abany Banerjee to Maynard Keynes, 1921-29 [transcripts]

Box 24

  • 1 EMF to Ronald Kidd, 1934-36
  • 2 EMF to Denys Kilham Roberts, 1934-62
  • 3 EMF to Francis King, 1942-64 [removed]
  • 4 EMF to Nellie Ivy King, 1959; King to PNF, 1979
  • 5 EMF to K.C.C., 1963
  • 6 EMF to Hugh Kingsmill “Lunn”, 1912
  • 7 EMF to B. J. Kirkpatrick, 1961-66; Kirkpatrick to EMF, 1963
  • 8 EMF to James Kirkup, 1942; Kirkup to PNF, 1971
  • 9 EMF to Lincoln Kirstein, 1936, 1947-53; Kirstein to EMF, 1949; Robert Buckingham to Kirstein, 1949; Kirstein to PNF and Mary Lago; 1980
  • 10 EMF to Alfred Knopf, 1921; Professor R.N. Spann to PNF, 1979
  • 11 EMF to Alfred Knopf, 1922-23
  • 12 EMF to Arthur Koestler, 1941-44
  • 13 EMF to S. Koteliansky, 1924-30 [transcripts]
  • 14 EMF to Percy Laithwaite, 1939; Ida Nichols to Mary Lago, 1983
  • 15 EMF to Cyril Lakin, 1930
  • 16 EMF to Romauld Landau, 1939-41
  • 17 EMF to Allen Lane, 1951
  • 18 EMF to Harold Laski, 1939
  • 19 EMF to Arnold W. Lawrence, 1936; EMF to Edward Eliot, 1937
  • 20 EMF to D.H. Lawrence, 1915 [removed]
  • 21 EMF to Frieda Lawrence, 1930
  • 22 D.H. Lawrence and Frieda Lawrence to EMF, 1915-1930
  • 23 EMF to T.E. Lawrence, 1924-25; Brigitte Spiro to Mary Lago, 1992
  • 24 EMF to T.E. Lawrence, 1924-28
  • 25 T.E. Lawrence to EMF, 1924-35
  • 26 EMF to James Haldane Lawrie, n.d. [removed]
  • 27 EMF to Mr. Leach, 1924-25
  • 28 EMF to Tim Leggatt, 1956-63
  • 29 EMF to Tim Leggatt, 1964-70
  • 30 EMF to John Lehman, 1935-64
  • 31 EMF to Rosamond Lehmann, 1934-38, 1969 [transcripts]
  • 32 EMF to William C. C. Leslie, 1921; Leslie to EMF, 1921
  • 33 EMF to Sinclair Lewis, 1930
  • 34 EMF to Basil Liddell Hart, 1936-39; 1951 [transcripts]
  • 35 EMF to Carlo Linati, 1925
  • 36 EMF to Eleanor Terry Lincoln, 1955
  • 37 EMF to The Listener, 1933-59
  • 38 EMF to Henrietta Litchfield, 1910
  • 39 EMF to Charles Lovett, 1959 [transcripts]
  • 40 EMF to Marie Adelaide Belloc Lowndes, 1940 [removed]
  • 41 EMF to Percy Lubbock, 1918, 1950-1952, 1957, 1962; John N. Pym to PNF, 1991
  • 42 EMF to G.H. Ludolf, 1919-28
  • 43 EMF to Maire Lynd, 1920-23; EMF to Mrs. Whale, 1935
  • 44 EMF to Rose Macaulay, 1951 [transcripts]
  • 45 EMF to Archibald MacLeish, 1947-49
  • 46 EMF to Macmillan Co. – London, 1923
  • 47 EMF to Manshaw Malgonkar, 1963; EMF to Maharaja, 1963
  • 48 EMF to Olivia Mary Manning, 1965 [transcripts]
  • 49 EMF to Samuel Marasche, 1960 [transcripts]
  • 50 EMF to Gabriel Marcel
  • 51 Gabriel Marcel to EMF, 1927, 1950
  • 52 EMF to Susan Loundes Marques, 1953 [removed]
  • 53 EMF to Robin Marris, 1960
  • 54 EMF to Edward Marsh, 1909-38 [transcripts]
  • 55 Edward Marsh to Leonard Woolf, 1935, 1942 [transcripts]
  • 56 EMF to Kingsley Martin, 1941-44
  • 57 Kingsley Martin to Leonard Woolf, 1929, 1939 [transcripts]
  • 58 EMF to Leonard Cyril Martin, 1947-48
  • 59 EMF to Syed Ross Masood, 1907-1917
  • 60 EMF to Alice Mauron, 1962-66
  • 61 EMF to Charles and Marie Mauron, 1925-65
  • 62 Charles Mauron to EMF, n.d. [transcripts]
  • 63 Charles Mauron to EMF, n.y.
  • 64 Charles Mauron to EMF, 1940 [transcripts]
  • 65 Charles Mauron to Gabriel Marcel, 1927
  • 66 EMF to Marie Mauron, 1930
  • 67 EMF to Flora MacDonald Mayor, 1913, 1926
  • 68 EMF to Robert Mayor, 1923-39
  • 69 EMF to Helen McAfee, 1925-26
  • 70 EMF to Charles McBurney (1914-1949)
  • 71 EMF to John McCallum – see Harcourt Brace
  • 72 EMF to Catherine McCarthy – see Harcourt Brace
  • 73 EMF to James R. McConkey, 1957
  • 74 EMF to Michael William McCrum, 1963
  • 75 EMF to Frederick McDowell, 1964; McDowell to Mary Lago, 1982
  • 76 EMF to Robin McEwen, 1949; McEwen to PNF, 1979
  • 77 EMF to Thomas McMahan, 1952
  • 78 EMF to John Meade, 1939-68; EMF to Robert A. Furness, 1941; Joe Ackerly to Meade, 1965; Robert Buckingham to Meade, 1965-68
  • 79 EMF to Narayana Menon, 1942-65
  • 80 EMF to Hugh Owen Meredith, n.y.
  • 81 Hugh Owen Meredith to Virginia Woolf, 1912 [transcripts]
  • 82 EMF to William Maxse Meredith, 1922-23; Alice Clara (Lily) Forster to Maxse, 1921
  • 83 EMF to A. Tillman Merritt, 1947
  • 84 EMF to Edward Harry William Meyerstein, 1944 [removed]
  • 85 EMF to Nolan Miller, 1954; Miller to Mary Lago, 1979
  • 86 EMF to Sajjad Mirza, 1962; H. Rahura to Mary Lago, 1981
  • 87 EMF to Donald Mitchell, 1964
  • 88 EMF to Naomi Mitchison, 1923-64
  • 89 EMF to Harold Monro, 1923-29
  • 90 EMF to George Edward Moore, 1913, 1954
  • 91 EMF to Harry T. Moore, 1965
  • 92 EMF to Lady Ottoline Morrell, 1909-32 [removed]
  • 93 EMF to Ivan Morris, 1967
  • 94 EMF to John Morris, 1953
  • 95 EMF to Mr. Morrow, 1920 [returned to NYU]
  • 96 EMF to Raymond Mortimer, 1954-62
  • 97 EMF to Arthur L. Morton, 1954-58; Morton to PNF, 1979
  • 98 EMF to Alan Noel Latimer Munby [transcripts]
  • 99 EMF to Joseph C. Murphey, 1933
  • 100 EMF to Gilbert Murray, 1937
  • 101 EMF to Jack Middleton Murry, 1920-24, 1956
  • 102 EMF to Sir Joseph Napier, 1964
  • 103 EMF to R.K. Narayan
  • 104 EMF to Jayant V. Narlikar, 1964-68; Narlikar to Mary Lago, 1980
  • 105 EMF to Nation and Athenaeum, 1930
  • 106 EMF to National Council for Civil Liberties, n.d.
  • 107 EMF to Kanwar Natwar-Singh, 1954-65
  • 108 EMF to Edward Nehls, 1953
  • 109 EMF to Edmund Nelson, 1950-67; Nelson to PNF, 1980
  • 110 EMF to Edith Nesbit, 1911
  • 111 EMF to Evelyn Sharpe Nevison, 1929-42; EMF to Henry Wood Nevison, 1934-40
  • 112 EMF to New Statesman and Nation, 1932-36
  • 113 EMF to New York Times, n.d.
  • 114 EMF to Henry Newbolt, 1913-15
  • 115 EMF to P. Howard Newby, 1955; Newby to PNF, 1982
  • 116 EMF to News Chronicle (London), n.d.
  • 117 EMF to Mr. And Mrs. Reginald P. Nicholson, 1931-1946; Sheridan Russell to PNF, 1979
  • 118 EMF to Basil E. Nicolls
  • 119 EMF to Harold Nicolson, 1952
  • 120 EMF to Heinz Niedermeyer, 1936
  • 121 EMF to Diarmid Esmeade Noel-Paton, 1959
  • 122 EMF to William Cecil Northcott, 1951 [removed]
  • 123 EMF to University of Nottingham, 1945; University of Nottingham to EMF, 1945
  • 124 EMF to Simon Nowell-Smith, 1937 [transcripts]; Nowell-Smith to KCC, 1975 [transcripts]
  • 125 EMF to Edward James Harrington O’Brien, [transcripts]
  • 126 EMF to The Observer (London), 1953
  • 127 EMF to Charles Osborne, 1962 [removed]
  • 128 EMF to Philip O’Connor, 1957
  • 129 EMF to William Van O’Connor, 1954
  • 130 EMF to Frederick Oglivie, 1941
  • 131 EMF to Susan Ohanian, 1959; Ohanian to Mary Lago, n.d.
  • 132 EMF to Peter Orr, 1967; Orr note, 1982
  • 133 EMF to George Orwell, 1942-45
  • 134 EMF to (P.E.N.) Hermon Ould, 1926-39; Ould to EMF, 1929-39 [removed]
  • 135 EMF to Edward (Posh) Palmer, 1925-27 [removed]
  • 136 EMF to Dorthy Parker, 1957 [transcripts]
  • 137 EMF to Donald Parry, 1959
  • 138 EMF to Frances Marshall (Partridge) 1929, 1960
  • 139 EMF to Ralph Partridge, 1923-33, 1951-60
  • 140 EMF to Mr. Patel, 1936
  • 141 EMF to Mr. and Mrs. Patrick-Lawrence, 1941-59 [transcripts]
  • 142 EMF to Laurence Perrine, 1963; Perrine to Mary Lago, 1979
  • 143 Rosamond Phillips to EMF, 1936
  • 144 Marmaduke Pickthall to EMF, 1926
  • 145 EMF to Josephine Ketcham Piercy, 1925
  • 146 EMF to Howard Pinkerton, 1947
  • 147 EMF to David Piper, 1965
  • 148 EMF to Wilson Plant, 1917; Plant to Stally Crass, 1973
  • 149 EMF to William Plomer, 1929-39
  • 150 EMF to William Plomer, 1940-49; Ranjee G. Shahani to EMF, 1946; John Ariott to EMF, 1946
  • 151 EMF to William Plomer, 1950-59; Bill Roscik to Plomer, 1955

Box 25

  • 1 EMF to William Plomer, 1960-69; Jocelyn Brooke to EMF, 1960; May Buckingham to Plomer, 1964-68; PNF to Plomer, 1966; Robert Buckingham to Plomer, n.d.
  • 2 William Plomer to Miss Hoopes, 1960
  • 3 EMF to Librairie Plon, 1927
  • 4 EMF to Sir Arthur Ponsonby, 1933
  • 5 Elizabeth Poston to EMF, [transcripts]
  • 6 EMF to Anthony Powell, 1933; Powell to PNF, 1979
  • 7 EMF to Dilys Powell, 1949
  • 8 EMF to J.B. Priestly; Jane Winifred Priestly, 1935-47 [removed]
  • 9 EMF to Frederic Prokosch, 1930 [removed]
  • 10 EMF to Norman Prouting, 1948-51
  • 11 EMF to Tukoji Rao Puar, 1933-37 [transcripts]
  • 12 EMF to John Sleigh Pudney, 1935
  • 13 EMF to John A. Purkis, 1955-63
  • 14 EMF to Christopher James Purcell, 1941-48
  • 15 EMF to Radio Times, n.d. [removed]
  • 16 EMF to John Rae, 1963; Rae to PNF, 1977
  • 17 EMF to Alec Randall, 1928-39, 1950-68
  • 18 EMF to Santha Rama Rau, 1960-67; Rau to EMF, 1962; EMF to Miss Strauss, 1962; Strauss to EMF, 1962; Frank Hauser to EMF, 1960; John Nettleton to Mary Lago, 1980
  • 19 EMF to Santha Rama Rau, [transcripts]
  • 20 EMF to Mr. Raymond, 1961; Mary Gaither Marshall to Mary Lago, n.d.
  • 21 EMF to Herbert Read 1923, 1945-48
  • 22 EMF to Forrest Reid, 1912-28
  • 23 EMF to Forrest Reid, 1912-47
  • 24 EMF to Edgell Rickword, 1925
  • 25 EMF to Francis Warren Roberts, 1960-63 [removed]
  • 26 EMF to Sydney C. Roberts 1943, 1962 [transcripts]
  • 27 EMF to Ursula Roberts, 1935
  • 28 EMF to Elizabeth Robins, 1929 [removed]
  • 29 EMF to William Roerick and Tom Coley, 1953-67; May Buckingham to Roehrich, 1953; Joe Acherly to Roehrich and Coley, 1965
  • 30 EMF to Contesse Marchesa de Rosales, 1924 [transcripts]
  • 31 EMF to Archie Rose, 1934
  • 32 EMF to Stanford P. Rosenbaum, 1957-66; Rosenbaum to PNF, 1970
  • 33 EMF to Alan Ross, 1962 [removed]
  • 34 EMF to William Rothenstein, 1912-24, 1936-42
  • 35 EMF to John Rowland, 1947 [removed]
  • 36 EMF to Royal Literary Fund, 1933-37, 1952; Nigel Cross to Mary Lago, 1983
  • 37 EMF to Royal Society for Literature, 1961 [transcripts]
  • 38 EMF to Alys Russell, 1905-07
  • 39 EMF to Bertrand Russell, 1907-18, 1962
  • 40 EMF to George Humphrey Rylands, 1927, 1963
  • 41 EMF to Charles Ryskamp, 1951-58
  • 42 EMF to Edward Sackville-West, 1926-48 [transcripts]; Sackville-West to EMF, n.d.
  • 43 EMF to Vita Sackville-West, 1935
  • 44 EMF to Michael Sadlier, 1923-32
  • 45 EMF to Keith Milson Sagar, 1964
  • 46 EMF to George and Joyce Salt, 1953-69 [transcripts]
  • 47 EMF to John Saltmarsh, 1937-39; Saltmarsh to EMF, 1970
  • 48 John Saltmarsh to EMF, 1937-39; Ethel H. Rudkin to John Saltmarsh, 1937
  • 49 EMF to Frank Sargeson, 1949-58
  • 50 EMF to George and Lena Savdis, 1949-61 [transcripts]
  • 51 EMF to Siegfried Sassoon, 1919-34
  • 52 EMF to Siegfried Sassoon, 1924-44, 1955-60; Alice Clara (Lily) Forster to Sassoon, n.d.
  • 53 Siegfried Sassoon to G.L. Dickinson, n.y. [transcripts]
  • 54 Siegfried Sassoon to William Rothenstein, n.y.
  • 55 EMF to Norman Scarfe, 1954-69; May Buckingham to Scarfe and Paul Fincham, 1967-68; Jack Sprott to Scarfe, 1967
  • 56 EMF to Norman Scarfe and Paul Fincham, n.y.
  • 57 EMF to Schifferli Family, 1959-64
  • 58 EMF to Ralph Schoenman, 1962; Schoenman, 1962, 1966
  • 59 EMF to Stewart Scott, n.d.
  • 60 EMF to John Scupham [removed]
  • 61 EMF to Roger Senhouse, 1954
  • 62 EMF to Vasanta Anant Shahane, 1963-69
  • 63 EMF to Evelyn Sharpe, see Nevison, Henry Woodd [removed]
  • 64 EMF to Desmond Shawe-Taylor, 1953-69; Shawe-Taylor to PNF, 1983
  • 65 EMF to Fausta Emanuela Shelton, 1966 [transcripts]
  • 66 EMF to John T. Sheppard, 1903, 37
  • 67 EMF to Walter H. Shewring, 1924
  • 68 EMF to R.H. Shipley, 1924 [transcripts]
  • 69 EMF to David Shusterman, 1918; Shusterman to Mary Lago, 1980
  • 70 EMF to Phyllis Shuttleworth, 1923; Elizabeth Heine to PNF, 1980
  • 71 EMF to Sidgwick and Jackson, 1943-60; Sidgwick and Jackson to EMF, 1910-27
  • 72 EMF to James H. Silberman, 1966
  • 73 EMF to Jan Silkin, n.d.
  • 74 EMF to John Simpson, 1932-51
  • 75 EMF to John Simpson, 1940
  • 76 EMF to Sir Algernon Paul Sinker, 1959
  • 77 EMF to Charles H. Sisson, 1954
  • 78 EMF to Edith Sitwell, 1946-54 [removed]
  • 79 EMF to Lancelot Sieveking, 1946-69
  • 80 EMF to Antoni Slonimski, 1944
  • 81 EMF to E.H. Smith, 1911
  • 82 EMF to Colin Smythe, 1964
  • 83 EMF to Society of Authors, 1920-62; Society of Authors to EMF, 1937-62; Elizabeth Poston to Society of Authors, 1960
  • 84 EMF to George Soule, 1953
  • 85 EMF to The Spectator, 1935, 1958
  • 86 EMF to Natasha Spender, 1953
  • 87 EMF to Stephen Spender, 1929-61; Saeed Jung to EMF, 1961
  • 88 EMF to Cecil Jackson Squire Sprigge, 1939-40
  • 89 EMF to S. and C. Sprigge, [transcripts]
  • 90 EMF to Walter John Herbert Sprott, 1922-30; EMF to Virginia Woolf, 1930
  • 91 EMF to Walter John Herbert Sprott, 1922-31; Virginia Woolf to Sprott, 1930-31; Robert Morgan to Sprott, n.d.; EMF to Virginia Woolf, 1930
  • 92 EMF to Walter John Herbert Sprott, 1920-31, 1945, 1960
  • 93 EMF to Walter John Herbert Sprott, 1932, 1964, misc. n.d.
  • 94 EMF to Velda Mary Sprott, [transcripts]
  • 95 EMF to Sir John Squire, 1949; Squire to EMF, 1921-26
  • 96 EMF to Oliver Stallybrass, 1958-60
  • 97 Oliver Stallybrass to EMF, n.d.
  • 98 EMF to Erwin Stein [removed]
  • 99 EMF to Dekan Johannes Steinweg, 1948 [original letter: 1 ALS; 2 pp.]; Ilse Adamuk to Mary Lago, 1982
  • 100 EMF to Wilfred Stone, 1956-67
  • 101 EMF to Marie Stopes, [transcripts]
  • 102 EMF to Lytton Strachey, 1913-31
  • 103 Lytton Strachey to EMF, 1917-31
  • 104 Lytton Strachey to G.L. Dickinson, 1918 [transcripts]
  • 105 EMF to Joan Pernel Strachey, 1945
  • 106 EMF to Helen Strauss, 1960-62
  • 107 EMF to Leonard A.G. Strong, 1939 [removed]
  • 108 EMF to Francis Summers, 1950-57
  • 109 EMF to Frank Swinnerton, 1937; Samuel A. Sizer to Mary Lago, 1982
  • 110 EMF to Miss Taberer [removed]
  • 111 EMF to Luigi Taffuri, 1959-64
  • 112 EMF to William Taylor, 1944-48
  • 113 EMF to Lord Templewood, 1956
  • 114 EMF to Sir Charles Tennyson, 1958 [transcripts]; Tennyson to Tim Munby, 1971 [transcripts]
  • 115 EMF to Edward V. Thompson, 1904-39
  • 116 EMF to George Derwent Thomson, 1931-36
  • 117 EMF to George H. Thomson, 1963-67; Thomson to PNF, n.d.
  • 118 George H. Thomson to EMF, 1947
  • 119 EMF to Anthony Thwaite, 1964-68
  • 120 EMF to Time and Tide, 1934-41
  • 121 EMF to The Times, 1934-58
  • 122 EMF to TLS, 1956
  • 123 EMF to Henry Major Tomlinson, 1924-36 [removed]
  • 124 EMF to Feliks Topolski, [transcripts]
  • 125 Arthur Toynbee to EMF, 1924 [transcripts]

Box 26

  • 1 EMF to Bessie Trevelyan, 1910-48
  • 2 EMF to Charles Trevelyan, 1938-40
  • 3 Elizabeth Trevelyan to William Rothenstein, 1912; R.C. Trevelyan to various, [transcripts]; Julian Trevelyan to Mary Lago, 1969
  • 4 Gerhard Hauptmann To Elizabeth Trevelyan, 1936
  • 5 EMF to Robert C. Trevelyan, 1904-54; Trevelyan to EMF, 1917
  • 6 Robert C. Trevelyan to EMF, 1932
  • 7 Robert C. Trevelyan to Leonard Woolf, [transcripts]
  • 8 EMF to Lionel Trilling, 1945-65
  • 9 EMF et al to Harry S. Truman, 1952; Benedict K. Zobrist to Mary Lago, 1982
  • 10 EMF to The Twentieth Century, 1955
  • 11 EMF to Sir Stanley Unwin, 1937-53
  • 12 EMF to Theodor Uppman, 1951-69; William Roerick to Uppman, 1969
  • 13 EMF to George Valassopoulo, 1916-56
  • 14 EMF to Jan Nicolaas Bakhuizen Van Den Brink
  • 15 EMF to Irita Van Doren, 1929-31
  • 16 EMF to Anna Petronella VanHeerden, 1929-54
  • 17 EMF to David Vaughan, 1950; Vaughan to PNF, 1980
  • 18 EMF to Frank Vicary (w. Sprott papers KCC); EMF to Mr. Vicery (H. Brace Archive) [removed]
  • 19 EMF to Jinadasa Vijaya-Tunga, 1939; Peter Dyson to Mary Lago, 1980
  • 20 EMF to Lawrence Heber Waddy, 1950
  • 21 EMF to Ian Walker, 1937
  • 22 EMF to Mrs. Wallis, 1929
  • 23 EMF to Hugh Walpole, 1908-39
  • 24 EMF to J.E.M. Walters, see BBC List [removed]
  • 25 EMF to Erik Warman, 1930-38
  • 26 EMF to Beatrice Webb, [transcripts]
  • 27 EMF to Nathaniel Wedd, 1899-1901
  • 28 EMF to Rachel Wedd, [transcripts]
  • 29 EMF to H.G. Wells, 1923-41
  • 30 EMF to J. Weltman, see BBC List [removed]
  • 31 EMF to Glenway Wescott, 1941-64
  • 32 EMF to Nancy (Ackerley) West, 1956 [removed]
  • 33 EMF to Christine Weston, 1944
  • 34 EMF to George Weys, 1942-46; Weys to PNF, 1979
  • 35 EMF to Monroe Wheeler, 1942-55
  • 36 EMF to Louisa Whichelo, 1886-88
  • 37 EMF to Mary Eleanor (Nell) Whichelo, 1953
  • 38 EMF to Percy Whichelo, 1937-1954 [removed]
  • 39 EMF to Philip Whichelo, 1930-1969 [removed]
  • 40 EMF to Benjamin C. Whitaker, 1952; Michael Meredith to Mary Lago, 1983
  • 41 EMF to J. Baker White, 1934
  • 42 EMF to Dorthy Whitelock, 1958
  • 43 EMF to Dr. Octavia Wilberforce, 1960 [transcripts]
  • 44 EMF to Alan Wilde, 1957-58
  • 45 EMF to Elizabeth Williams, 1960; Williams to Mary Lago, 1979
  • 46 EMF to Walter Williams, 1934 [transcripts] [original in MU ELLIS SPEC RARE]
  • 47 EMF to Sunday Wilshin, see BBC List [removed]
  • 48 EMF to John Dover Wilson, 1956
  • 49 EMF to George Ormond Wilson, see BBC List [removed]
  • 50 EMF to John Gideon Wilson, 1929-34
  • 51 EMF to Mr. Wilson, 1927
  • 52 EMF to Donald Windham, [transcripts]
  • 53 EMF to Robin W. Winks, 1966
  • 54 EMF to Carl Winter, 1963-1965 [removed]
  • 55 EMF to John Wolfenden, 1957-58
  • 56 EMF to Lorna Wood, 1916-32
  • 57 EMF to Jacqueline Iselin Woodfill, 1939; Woodfill to Mary Lago, 1979-80
  • 58 EMF to Leonard Woolf, 1904-42; Robin Mayor to EMF, 1942
  • 59 EMF to Leonard Woolf, 1914-69; Woolf to EMF, 1939
  • 60 EMF to Leonard Woolf, 1940-55; Woolf to EMF, 1939-67
  • 61 Leonard Woolf to Saxon Sydney-Turner, 1905
  • 62 EMF to Virginia Woolf, 1915-1941
  • 63 Virginia Woolf to Mrs. Forster, [transcripts]
  • 64 Virginia Woolf to EMF, 1922-30
  • 65 Virginia Woolf to Charles Mauron, 1920, 1938
  • 66 EMF to Andrew Wright, 1945-67
  • 67 EMF to Basil Wright, 1945; Michael Redgrave to Basil Wright, 1945
  • 68 EMF to Agnes L. Wyatt, 1956; Wyatt to PNF, 1979
  • 69 Mary Wyld to PNF, 1971
  • 70 EMF to Teodor de Wyzewa, [transcripts]
  • 71 EMF to Hilton Young, 1915-40
  • 72 EMF to Kathleen Scott Young, 1929-44.
  • EMF to Morton Zabel (see also Oversize correspondence, box 49)
  • 73 Anonymous to EMF, 1927
  • 74 Famous Persons to EMF, 1904-1962; EMF to John Reith, 1931
  • 75 EMF to Unidentified Recipients, 1911-69; Sandy Stelts to Mary Lago, 1980; Rebecca Desmarais to Mary Lago, 1983

Arthur Henry Fox-Strangways

Box 26

  • 76 Correspondence re: permissions, 1971
  • 77 Mary Lago correspondence, 1967-1977
  • 78 Fox-Strangways correspondence [primarily to William Rothenstein and Rabindranath Tagore]
  • 79 Fox-Strangways correspondence
  • 80 Fox-Strangways to George Sarton [Houghton]

Charles Hardinge/Robert Crewe Papers.

From Cambridge University Library. Hardinge (1858-1944) was Viceroy of India from 1910 to 1916. Crewe (1858-1945) was Secretary of State for India, 1910-1915.

  • 81 Hardinge Collection, vols. 48-50
  • 82 Hardinge Collection, vols. 50-56
  • 83 Hardinge Collection, vols. 58-68
  • 84 Hardinge Collection, vols. 68-72

Box 27

  • 1 Hardinge Collection, vols. 73-77
  • 2 Hardinge Collection, vol. 78
  • 3 Hardinge Collection, vols. 81-82
  • 4 Hardinge Collection, vol. 83
  • 5 Hardinge Collection, vols. 84-85
  • 6 Hardinge Collection, vols. 86-92
  • 7 Hardinge Collection, vols. 94-97
  • 8 Hardinge Collection, vols. 100
  • 9 Hardinge Collection, vols. 104, 105, 113
  • 10 Hardinge Collection, misc.

Christiana Herringham

Mary Lago Correspondence
  • 11 Crewe papers [Cambridge]
  • 12 Permissions
  • 13 Merton Sealts, 1996
  • 14 Re: various research possibilities
  • 15 Univ. of Missouri Press (incl. reader’s reports)
  • 16 Miscellaneous
  • 17 Publishers, 1989-1991
  • 18 Manchester City Art Gallery. Pre-Raphaelite women Art Exhibition, 1997-1998
  • 19 General Correspondence
  • 20 General Correspondence
  • 21 Correspondence re: illustrations
  • 22 Jean Vernon-Jackson, 1973-2000 [incl. ALS from CH to Wilmot Herringham, 1911]
  • 23 Lord Crawford, 1988
  • 24 Bedford College. Correspondence, photocopies of corr. from Lawrence Powell, ca. 1950
  • 25 Newnham College (Cambridge). Correspondence, 1992-1993 [incl. photos of CH's paintings at Newnham]
  • 26 Charlotte Fulford, Jenny Hobbs, 1993-2000 [Powell Family]
  • 27 Christopher Witt, 1991; John Witt, 1975-1976 (withdrawing permission)
  • 28 Dorothy Larcher. Correspondence, clippings
  • 29 Ruth Sebag-Montefiore (Spielmann). Correspondence, 1991-1992. Lecture by Sebag-Montefiore on Spielmann family, 1992
Collected Correspondence
  • 30 Wilmot Herringham. Photocopies of WH correspondence, notes
  • 31 CH to William and Alice Rothenstein, 1908-1911 (transcripts)
  • 32 CH to Wilmot Herringham, 1911 (photocopies)
  • 33 CH to Wilmot Herringham, 1911 (transcripts)
  • 34 CH to William and Alice Rothenstein, 1907-1911 (photocopies)
  • 35 CH to William Rothenstein, 1908-1911. (photocopies)
  • 36 CH to Roger Fry. Photocopy, transcript
  • 37 A.K. Coomaraswamy to William Rothenstein, 1910-1915 (photocopies, notes)
  • 38 E.B. Havell. Correspondence from Havell to Rothenstein (copies), articles by Havell, notes
  • 39 CH to Prime Minister of Hyderabad
Notes and Research Material
  • 40 Powell Family memoir
  • 41 Extracts from Letters of Sister Nivedita related to CJH. With Correspondence from Gautam Haldar, 2000; Asit Haldar, 2000. Corrections to Mary Lago’s book on CJH
  • 42 Reviews of CHEAS
  • 43 Awards for CHEAS
  • 44 Miscellaneous notes and biographies
  • 45 Illustrations for CHEAS.
  • 46 Wilmot Herringham. Obituary, clippings, notes, correspondence
  • 47 CH. Publications

Box 28

  • 1 Miscellaneous
  • 2 CH. Medical information
  • 3 India Society and Victoria and Albert Museum. Notes
  • 4 India. Notes
  • 5 Ajanta (I). Notes
  • 6 Ajanta (II). Notes
  • 7 Ajanta essays [from Ajanta frescoes: being reproductions in colour and monochrome of frescoes in some of the caves at Ajanta after copies taken in the years 1909-1911 by Lady Herringham and her assistants]
  • 8 Roger Fry. Notes
  • 9 George Birdwood. Royal Society of Arts
  • 10 Chantrey. Notes
  • 11 Collecting. Notes
  • 12 Victor Golabew, Charles Müller
  • 13 India Art. General
  • 14 National Art Collections Fund. Notes
  • 15 National Union of Women’s Suffrage Societies. Notes, correspondence
  • 16 Parliament. Notes
  • 17 Royal Academy and National Gallery. Notes
  • 18 South Kensington. Notes
  • 19 Society of Painters in Tempera
  • 20 Velasquez (“Rokeby Venus”). Notes
  • 21 Vogel. Photocopy of diary excerpt
  • 22 Women artists. Notes, articles
  • 23 Miscellaneous notes
  • 24 National Art Collections Fund. Crawford Papers (National Library of Scotland). Transcripts
  • 25 Crawford Papers. Miscellaneous notes
Drafts
Christiana Herringham and the Edwardian Arts Scene
  • 26 Notes, clean copy
  • 27 Notes, preliminary edited copy
  • 28 Photos, extras or not used
  • 29 Page proofs, 1996
  • 30 Copyedited ms. 1-150.
  • 31 Copyedited ms. 151-300.
  • 32 Copyedited ms. 301-456.

Box 29

  • 1 Original ms. Title-119.
  • 2 Original ms. 120-249.
  • 3 Original ms. 250-bib 10.
  • 4 Page Proofs 1996 (I)
  • 5 Page Proofs 1996 (II)
  • 6 Page Proofs 1996 (III)
  • 7 Drafts with PNF’s notes
  • 8 CH correspondence from the National Gallery. 1895-1906.
  • 9 CH & TEAS correspondence
  • 10 CH & the National Art Collections Fund (for NACF Art Quarterly)
  • 11 Notes to early draft—before revision for UM Press
  • 12 Comparison copy. Preliminaries and preface
  • 13 Comparison copy. Ch. 1
  • 14 Comparison copy. Ch. 2
  • 15 Comparison copy. Ch. 3
  • 16 Comparison copy. Ch. 4
  • 17 Comparison copy. Ch. 5
  • 18 Comparison copy. Ch. 6
  • 19 Comparison copy. Ch. 7
  • 20 Comparison copy. Ch. 8
  • 21 Comparison copy. Bibliography
  • 22 Comparison copy. Notes
  • 23 Author’s corrected copy. Preliminaries and preface
  • 24 Author’s corrected copy. Ch. 1
  • 25 Author’s corrected copy. Ch. 2
  • 26 Author’s corrected copy. Ch. 3
  • 27 Author’s corrected copy. Ch. 4
  • 28 Author’s corrected copy. Ch. 5
  • 29 Author’s corrected copy. Ch. 6
  • 30 Author’s corrected copy. Ch. 7
  • 31 Author’s corrected copy. Ch. 8
  • 32 Author’s corrected copy. Bibliography
  • 33 Author’s corrected copy. Notes
  • 34 London version (Lund Humphries). Proofs with corrections, 1-129
  • 35 London version (Lund Humphries). Proofs with corrections, 130-310
“Christiana Herringham and the National Art Collections Fund.” Burlington Magazine
  • 36 “Christiana Herringham and the National Art Collections Fund.” Burlington Magazine
  • 37 TMs, “Too long: cut by editor”
  • 38 Typescript
  • 39 Correspondence with Burlington Magazine and page proofs
  • 40 TMs with corrections
  • 41 “Pages with Nick Furbank’s cuts and suggestions–removed from Cambridge copy”
  • 42 TMs (this part checked against Crawford papers at Edinburgh, Spring 1992)

Box 30

D.S. MacColl

[Mary Lago planned an edition of the MacColl-Rothenstein correspondence in the early seventies that never materialized. Much of the information was subsequently used in preparation of the Christiana Herringham biography.]

Mary Lago Correspondence
  • 1 Re: permissions
  • 2 Marueen Borland, 1990-1996
  • 3 Leonard Elton, 1973, 1976. Includes caricature sketch of MacColl, William Rothenstein, John Wheatley, William Haig Brown, Henry Tonks, Augustus John, James Havard Thomas, and Philip Wilson Steer, by Donald Maclaren (nephew of DSM)
  • 4 Hermione MacColl, 1971-1989
  • 5 Miscellaneous correspondence, 1973-1990
Collected Correspondence
  • 6 Kay Mix, 1935.
  • 7 Charles Ricketts, ca. 1905 [Glasgow University Library]
  • 8 Honor Dowdall, 1898
  • 9 M. L. Woods [Glasgow University Library]
  • 10 Earl of Crawford, 1918
  • 11 Roger Fry, 1912 [Glasgow University Library]
  • 12 Unidentified
  • 13 William Rothenstein, 1896-1910 [Houghton Library]
  • 14 William Rothenstein, 1911-1929 [Houghton Library]
  • 15 William Rothenstein, 1930-1944 [Houghton Library]
Notes and Research Material
  • 16 Notes
  • 17 Essays by D.S. MacColl. “Past and Future of the Art Collections Fund”; “The National Art Collections Fund”

T. W. Rolleston (and 1904 St. Louis Exhibition)

  • 18 Mary Lago Correspondence, 1973-1974
  • 19 Correspondence, 1904
  • 20 Transcript of correspondence, 1904
  • 21 Notes
  • 22 T. W. Rolleston diary, 1912-1915 [transcript]
  • 23 Maude Brooke Rolleston memoir. Typed transcript

Box 30

William Rothenstein

Mary Lago Correspondence
  • 24 Permissions for Imperfect Encounter, 1966-1978
  • 25 Permissions for William Rothenstein, 1969-1999
  • 26 Re: William Rothenstein
  • 27 Men and Memories, 1968-1990
  • 28 Men and Memories, 1973-1992
  • 29 William Rothenstein and Rabindranath Tagore, 1966-1986
  • 30 William Rothenstein and Max Beerbohm, 1968-1992
Collected Correspondence
Correspondence to William Rothenstein (see also Oversize correspondence, box 49)
  • 31 “A” (William Archer to Lady Rothenstein, n.d.)
  • 32 Abbey Theater (Dublin), n.d.
  • 33 J. D. Anderson, 1969-1976
  • 34 C. F. Andrews, 1912-1974
  • 35 Ashbee, 1908-1995
  • 36 “B” (Sir Sidney Barton, Constance Beerbohm, A.C. Bradley, Sir Herbert Baker, Gordon Bottomley, Frederick Brown, Edward Banden, Arnold Bennett)
  • 37 Florence Beerbohm, 1910-1944
  • 38 Florence Beerbohm to Alice Rothenstein, 1916-1936
  • 39 Max Beerbohm, 1892-1974
  • 40 Max Beerbohm, 1901-1939
  • 41 Laurence Binyon, 1910-1970
  • 42 Bernard and Mary Berenson, 1908-1935
  • 43 J. S. Blanche
  • 44 Robert Bridges
  • 45 Robert Bridges

Box 31

  • 1 Georgiana Burne-Jones, 1907-1942
  • 2 “C”
  • 3 Margaret Campbell (Arnold Dolmetsch), 1912
  • 4 Joseph Conrad, 1903-1923 [Houghton]
  • 5 Frances Darwin Cornford, 1923
  • 6 Gordon Craig, 1969-1974
  • 7 “D” (Dickinson, Dent, Dowdall, de la Mere)
  • 8 Dowdall
  • 9 Chaloner Dowdall to Mary Dowdall, 1893-1905 [from Jessie Petre, summer 1971]
  • 10 John Drinkwater and J. G. Drummond, 1968-1976 [incl. correspondence between John Vickers and Mary Lago]
  • 11 Caroll Dunham, 1878-1970
  • 12 “E” (Jacob Epstein, 1911-1931; T. S. Eliot, 1928-1942; H. S. Ede, 1931-1933; Robinson Ellis, 1893)
  • 13 “F” (W. Forse, 1901-1934; John Fothergill; Hugh Finney to Mary Lago; F. M. Ford; William Flint; Michael Field, 1909-1913; R. Fraser, 1929-1931)
  • 14 H. A. L. Fisher, 1910-1944
  • 15 H. A. L. and Lettice Fisher, 1896-1974
  • 16 John Fothergill, n.d. to 1943; Jane Fothergill to Mary Lago, 1972
  • 17 Roger Fry, 1893-1918; Mary Lago to Pamela Diamond, 1970-1973
  • 18 “G” (Geddes’ Allan Gwynne-Jones; A. E. Gallatin)
  • 19 John Galsworthy, 1911-1931
  • 20 Eric Gill, 1908-1917
  • 21 Edmund Gosse, 1898-1928
  • 22 Harley Granville-Barker, 1908-1933
  • 23 “H” (W. H. Hudson; Stanley smith to Mary Lago; Charles Hale to Mary Lago; Joseh Howe, Sir Geoffrey Harmsworth to Mary Lago; Mary Lago to Christopher Hammersley)
  • 24 Gerhart Hauptmann, 1901-1939; Mary Lago Wolfgang Dittrich; Rudolf Zeische to Mary Lago; Martin Machetzke to Mary Lago
  • 25 “I”
  • 26 India Society (London)– The Royal Society for India, Pakistan, and Ceylon, 1931-1970
  • 27 Florence Beerbohm to Sam Kahn
  • 28 Rabindranath and Agents and Applicants for Permission to Macmillan
  • 29 To William Rothenstein from various Indians
  • 30 India Office Service Records (re: Thomas Arnold, George Birdwood, John Drummond, Maurice Fox-Strangways, Alan Green, Arthur Mayhew, Francis Skrine, Gilbert Wiles)
  • 31 “Jakob Kunz” by Joel Stebbins
  • 32 G. P. Jacomb-Hood. Incl. corresp. with John Jacomb-Hood, photocopies of correspondence between L. P. Jacks and Tronbridge, 1918-1919
  • 33 Stella Kramisch
  • 34 Jack Knewstab; Harry Kessler
  • 35 “L” (James Laven to Mary Lago; L. A. Legros, 1895-1926; D. Low, 1929-1942; Sylvain Levy, 1925; Nicholas Taylor to Mary Lago, 1969-1970; T. E. Lawrence; Mark Longman to Mary Lago, 1968)
  • 36 “M-Mc” (D. S. MacColl; Edwin Montague; Philip Morrell; Compton Mackenzie, Geoffrey Meek to Mary Lago; Ramsay MacDonald; Malcolm Macdonald to Mary Lago; David Marquand to Mary Lago; Sir Francis Meynell, 1904-1942; Gilbert Murray; George Moore; John Maxwill to Mary Lago)
  • 37 M. Mackail, 1912-1935
  • 38 George Macmillan, 1912-1916
  • 39 Macmillan Letter Books
  • 39.5 Manchester Art Gallery, 1938
  • 40 Fred Manning, 1917-1932
  • 41 John Masefield, 1904-1920
  • 42 May Morris, 1898-1936
  • 43 “The New England Art Club,” by D. S. MacColl ( The Studio, 1919)
  • 44 “N” (Lucy Norton; Sargni Naidu to Arthur Symons; Nigel Nicolson to Mary Lago; Sir Geoffrey Harnsworth to Mary Lago; Marguerite Steen to Mary Lago, 1969-1974; Margo Eates to Mary Lago; Rita Vaughan to Mary Lago; G.H.B. McLean to Mary Lago; N.W. Nevinson, 1910-1912)
  • 45 Dermod O’Brien, 1908-1925
  • 46 Victoria Ocampo, 1967-1969
  • 47 William and Grace Orpen, 1901-1921; incl. corresp. Mary Lago-Beatrice Trench, Barrie Nichol)
  • 48 “P” (Harry Pieris to Mary Lago, 1970-1979; G. Singh to Mary Lago, 1970; Patricia Hutchens to Mary Lago, 1970-1973; J.C. Mukherjee to Mary Lago; S.C. Nandy to Mary Lago; Henry Regnery to Mary Lago; Melinda Campbell to Mary Lago; Margaret Richard to Mary Lago, 1969-1979; Ruth Pitter to Mary Lago; Mary Lago to Harold Dyer; Mary Lago to Ivan Moffatt; S.W. Prothero, 1903-1915; Ezra Pound)
  • 49 John Quinn, 1904-1912
  • 50 Walter Raleigh to Mary Dowdall, 1909-1919
  • 51 Ernest Rhys, 1913-1929
  • 52 Ellis and Harriet Roberts, 1931-1944

Box 32

  • 1 T. M. and Noel Rook, 1903-1933
  • 2 Rochester, NY: Congress of Religious Liberals (1913)
  • 3 George Russell (A.E.), 1930-1934; Bertrand Russell
  • 4 Robbie Ross, 1899-1918
  • 5 Diana Russell, 1942-1944
  • 6 “R” (Helen Rosetti Angel, 1919-1942; Grant Richards, 1898; Sir John Lahtia Stapleton to Mary Lago, 1967-1974; Bruce Hurley to Mary Lago; Richmond Ritchie; Rodin, 1897-1898)
  • 7 Flora Russell, 1932-1945
  • 8 Brajendranath Seal, 1912-1916
  • 9 Thomas Sturge Moore and Marie Moore, 1921-1937
  • 10 Wilson Steer
  • 11 Enid Starkie, 1934-1939
  • 12 George Street, 1910-1917
  • 13 Walter Sickert, 1894-1917
  • 14 “S”
  • 15 Sydney Schiff, 1930-1945
  • 16 George Bernard Shaw, 1896-1931. (incl. Mary Lago – Dan Lawrence, 1972-73 and Stanley Weintraub to Mary Lago, 1972)
  • 17 Manuscripts and Records of Misc. Materials- BMS Eng 1148 (1746), BMS Eng 1159 (5)
  • 18 Rabindranath Tagore to W. B. Yeats, 1911-1913; Surendranath Tagore to Yeats, 1913
  • 19 Abindranath Tagore; Surendranath Tagore
  • 20 Rabindranath Tagore to Rothenstein children, 1913-1914
  • 21 Angela Thirkell, 1932-1935
  • 22 Edward J. Thompson, 1927-1941
  • 23 Henry Tonks, 1901-1926
  • 24 “T”
  • 25 Evelyn Underhill, 1912-1914
  • 26 Correspondence to William Rothenstein, 1896-1925 (Herbert Fisher, Helen Fry, M.L.W., Joseph Southall, Thomas Derrick) [Originals: “To be returned to John Rothenstein”]
  • 27 George Bernard Shaw, 1898, 1908
  • 28 Watts-Duncan, 1893-1931
  • 29 M.L. Woods to WR, 1893-1934
  • 30 M.L. Woods to WF, 1934-1943
  • 31 “V”
  • 32 Paul Verlaine, 1893-1896
  • 33 Paul Verlaine
  • 34 W. B. Yeats, 1902-1939
  • 35 “Z”
Transcripts by D’Arcy Cresswell
  • 36 Aubrey Beardsley, n.d. [incl. draft of “The Three Musicians”]
  • 37 Stopford Brooke, 1912-1916
  • 38 Lady Burne-Jones, 1907, 1917
  • 39 Coquelin Cadet, n.d.
  • 40 George Calderon, n.d.
  • 41 Roger Casement, 1911
  • 42 Charles Conder, 1893-1906. [incl. “Charles Conder” by John Rothenstein]
  • 43 Joseph Conrad, 1903-1929
  • 44 C. Henry Daniel, 1896
  • 45 W. E. Henley, n.d.
  • 46 W. H. Hudson, 1909-1920
  • 47 Henry James, 1897-1900, 1910
  • 48 Lionel Johnson, 1894
  • 49 Eugenie Krantz, 1896
  • 50 Lord Northcliffe, 1916-1918
  • 51 Walter Pater, n.d.
  • 52 Rainer Maria Rilke, 1906
  • 53 Auguste Rodin, n.d.
  • 54 Robert Ross, 1897-1913
  • 55 Sir Herbert Tree, 1905, 1908
  • 56 Hebert Trench, 1904
  • 57 Paul Verlaine, 1897
  • 58 G. F. Watts, 1896
  • 59 J. M. and Beatrix Whistler, n.d.
  • 60 Oscar Wilde, 1893-1897
  • 61 “W”
  • 62 Margaret Woods
  • 63 Unidentified, 1927

Box 33

Rothenstein Letters. From Rothensteins
  • 1 Alice Rothenstein to Beerbohms, 1907-1956
  • 2 Alice Rothenstein, 1910-1911
  • 3 Rothenstein correspondence to Alice Rothenstein, 1952-55 [originals; to be returned to John Rothenstein]
  • 4 Alice Rothenstein, misc. letters from Noel Blakston, (from C. Russell Scott) n.d.; (to Sister of Geoggrey Scott), n.d.; (to Joan Woods), 1936, 1937
  • 5 Albert Rutherston to Mary Dowdall, 1901-1927
  • 6 Albert Rutherston, misc. letters (to Maxis), 1910-1929; (to Roger Fry), 1912; to (Cecilia Kilburn), 1934-1937; (to parents), 1901-1902
  • 7 Albert Rutherston to William Rothenstein, 1908-1950
  • 8 Albert Rutherston to William Rothenstein, 1902,1916
  • 9 Albert Rutherston, 1902-1943
  • 10 Albert Rutherston, 1908-1943
  • 11 Alice Rothenstein to William Rothenstein, n.d.
  • 12 Augustus John, 1911-1935
  • 13 Charles Rothenstein to William Rothenstein, 1899-1918
  • 14 John Rothenstein. Misc. letters, 1920-1949
  • 15 Moritz Rothenstin to William Rothenstein [Houghton]
  • 16 “B” (WR to BB), 1925-1935; (WR to Laurence Binyon), 1899-1943
  • 17 Robert Bridges
  • 18 Robert Bridges (“Spirit of Man”)
  • 19 “C” (WR to JJ Chapman), 1911-1931; (WR to Sir Atul Chattergia), 1927; (WR to Frances Corntord), 1913, 1926; (WR to Edmund Grosse), 1904-1905
  • 20 Gordon (Teddie) Craig [Bibliotheque Nationale], 1897-1932
  • 21 Charles Conder [Boston Public Library; return to], 1904-1918
  • 22 “D” (WR to John Drinkwater), 1916-1937; (WR to Mrs. Dowdoll), 1926
  • 23 H. C. and Mary Dowdall, 1904-1939
  • 24 “E” (Epstein), 1907; (Dowday to M.L.), 1973
  • 25 “F” (to H. Fisher), 1910-1920; (WR to John Fothergill), 1907-1919; (WR to Roger Fry), 1901-1911
  • 26 Hugh Finney, 1932-1936 [original letters: 3 ALS]
  • 27 Roger Fry, 1901-1912
  • 28 “G” (WR to Gestler), 1908-1918; (WR to Gosse), 1904,1916; (WR to Gallatin), 1902-1944; (WR to Galsworthy), 1918; (Alistair McAlpine to ML), 1973; (Carla to ML), n.d.
  • 29 Isabella Stewart Gardner, 1911-1912; (John R. to ML), ND; (Linda V. Hewitt to ML), 1968
  • 30 “H”; (WR to Hammond), 1912-1930; (WR to Harlow), 1906; (WR to Haupman), 1902, 1905; (WR to Howell), 1912-1935; (WR to Von Hoffman), 1905-1939; (WR to Charles Holme), n.d
  • 31 Edna Clark Hall, 1932-1943
  • 32 Lucy Hammersley, 1903-1915; (Christopher Hammersly to ML), 1973; (AFA Carlisle to ML), 1972; (Wreay Tolfree to ML), 1972
  • 33 Silvia Baker Hay [incl. corr. Mary Lago-Norman Pearson and Caroline Polwarth], 1971, Marked Return, 1917-1944/1966
  • 34 “J” (Jungman), 1939-1943
  • 35 Mannie Kahn, 1912 [original letters: 2 ALS]; M. Maitra to Mannie Kahn, 1912 [original letter: 1 ALS]
  • 36 “L” (WR to Wilhelm Lehmauv), 1902
  • 37 Wyndham Lewis, 1927-1942 [Cornell]
  • 38 Macmillans
  • 39 Harriet Moody
  • 40 Gilbert Murrays [Bodleian-Murray Papers], 1904-1941
  • 41 “O”
  • 42 “R” (WR to Robert Ross), 1902-1916; (Grant Richards), 1937-1945; (M Rodn), 1897-1899
  • 43 Grant Richards, 1893-1934
  • 44 Auguste Rodin, 1898-1913 [Musée Rodin, Paris]
  • 45 Celia Rooke, 1927 [original letter: 1 ALS]
  • 46 William Rothenstein to children, 1910-1921
  • 47 Rachel Rothenstein, 1919-1943
  • 48 William Rothenstein to parents, 1910, 1911
  • 49 John Rothenstin [partial collection from JR, August, 1967]
  • 50 Bertrand
  • 51 “S”
  • 52 James Stephens, 1919-1938 [from R. Finneran. London, 1971]
  • 53 R. Tagore
  • 54 J. J. Thomson, 1916
  • 55 Tom Turner, 1936-1945
  • 56 “W”
  • 57 H. G. Wells, 1904-1932 [incl. R. Tagore to Wells]
  • 58 Henry and Margaret Woods
  • 59 Rothenstein-Yeats letters, 1912-1937 (photocopies)
  • 60 Yeats-Rothenstein letters, 1902-1930, bulk 1912-1913 (photocopies)
  • 61 Yeats-Tagore Letters. Transcriptions from Rabindra-Sadana
  • 62 William Rothenstein miscellaneous
  • 63 Correspondence to Alice Rothenstein, 1952-1955 [original letters], and additional misc. correspondence to AR

Box 34

Notes
  • 1 Notebook with William Rothenstein’s early notes for Men and Memories [original]
  • 2 Yeats. Notes
  • 3 Notes and mss.
  • 4 William Rothenstein. 1934 Romanes Lecture. “Form and content in English Painting”
  • 5 The Church and Art. incl. “An Appreciation of the Pope’s Talk to Artists” by Sir John Rothenstein
  • 6 Rothenstein Papers. Houghton Library. Catalogue I [note: Tagore 61M68]
  • 7 The Rothensteins. Some Books from the Libraries of Sir William Rothenstein and Sir John Rothenstein. Oxford Stone Rare Books, 1998.
  • 8 Rothenstein Catalogues, 1946, 1950, 1966, 1972-73, 1978
  • 9 Rothenstein Art Catalogues
  • 10 “Will Rothenstein,” by Augustus John (to Alice Rothenstein). TMs
  • 11 Photo: “Frontispiece for William Rothenstein’s Pamphlet–an attempt to notice the author’s dream of the interfering patron” [to be returned to John Rothenstein]
  • 12 Rothenstein, etching by Augustus John
Drafts
  • 13 Imperfect Encounter. Front matter ms; index ms
  • 14 Imperfect Encounter. Marked printer’s copy
  • 15 Imperfect Encounter. Marked printer’s copy
  • 16 Imperfect Encounter. Marked printer’s copy
  • 17 Imperfect Encounter. Marked printer’s copy
  • 18 Imperfect Encounter. Marked printer’s copy
  • 19 Imperfect Encounter. Marked printer’s copy
  • 20 Imperfect Encounter. “My copy of final draft to Harvard Press, June 1971– corrected. May 28, 1971–send to H. press production
  • 21 Imperfect Encounter. “My copy of final draft to Harvard Press, June 1971– corrected. May 28, 1971–send to H. press production
  • 22 Imperfect Encounter. “My copy of final draft to Harvard Press, June 1971– corrected. May 28, 1971–send to H. press production
  • 23 Imperfect Encounter. “My copy of final draft to Harvard Press, June 1971– corrected. May 28, 1971–send to H. press production
  • 24 Imperfect Encounter. “My copy of final draft to Harvard Press, June 1971– corrected. May 28, 1971–send to H. press production
  • 25 Imperfect Encounter. “My copy of final draft to Harvard Press, June 1971– corrected. May 28, 1971–send to H. press production
  • 26 Imperfect Encounter. Bridges chapter as sent to Lord Bridges at Moscow
  • 27 Men and Memories. Working copy
  • 28 Men and Memories. Working copy
  • 29 Men and Memories. Working copy
  • 30 Men and Memories. Working copy
  • 31 Men and Memories. Proofs

Box 35

Rabindranath Tagore

Mary Lago Correspondence
  • 1 Re: Broken Nest
  • 2 Re: Broken Nest
  • 3 Re: Tagore translations. Tarun Gupta, 1964-1972
  • 4 Permissions for Twayne Tagore book, 1975-1976
Collected Correspondence
  • 5 Rabindranath Tagore to Harriet Monroe, 1912-1929 [Chicago]
  • 6 Rabindranath Tagore to Harriet Moody, 1913-1932 [Chicago]
  • 7 Alice Corbin Henderson to Rabindranath Tagore, 1914
  • 8 Stopford Brooke to Rabindranath Tagore, 1913
  • 9 Evelyn Moore to Rabindranath Tagore, 1913
  • 9.5 Ernest Rhys to Tagore, 1913-1938
  • 10 W.B. Yeats to Rabindranath Tagore, 1912-1915
  • 11 Other letters
  • 12 Tagore letters from MF
Notes
  • 13 Miscellaneous drafts (Houghton)
  • 14 Round Tables (from Harcourt Butler, India Insistent)
  • 15 Tagore interview–from Michael Stuart (trans. of Paila Mambar[?]). Corr. from Anil K. Chandra to Michael Stuart, 1935
  • 16 London Quarterly Review
  • 17 Rabindranath Tagore at University of Illinois
  • 18 By Tagore. “Living or Dead?” From The Hunry Stones, 1918
  • 19 By Tagore. Original manuscript of Gitanjali (Houghton Library). (copy) [note on original folder: #74 - on p. 11=only one change: “unknown” for “strange”]
  • 20 By Tagore. Crescent Moon. Originals with William Rothenstein’s note (copy)
  • 21 Rev. of Dutta/Robinson ( Rabindranath Tagore: An Anthology and Selected Letters)
  • 22 Booklists
  • 23 EJT-Tagore-Clippings
  • 24 EJT-Tagore-Notes
  • 25 EJT-Tagore-Articles
  • 26 Miscellaneous clippings
  • 27 Articles
  • 28 Tagore bibliography, Bibliotheque Nationale, 1961
  • 29 Tagore articles by Harold Hurwitz
  • 30 R. Tagore. Glimpses of Bengal (photocopy)
  • 31 Tagore. Misc. reviews
  • 32 R. Tagore. The Hungry Stones (1916) (photocopy)
  • 33 Tagore Birthday anniversary souvenir, 1972 (Radcliffe College). Incl. “Tagore in 1972” by Mary Lago
Drafts
  • 34 Rabindranath Tagore: Perspectives in Time (Macmillan, 1989). Proof pages
  • 35 Tagore translations by Mary Lago
  • 36 Tagore story “Badnam” – “ dictated by Amiya Chakravarty to me at Chicago, for The Housewarming. Transcribed from my shorthand. The only story he was responsible for in that book.”
  • 37 “Rashmoni’s Son.” Trans. Mary Lago for Chicago Review. Edited ms.
  • 38 “Rashmoni’s Son.” Trans. Mary Lago for Chicago Review. Revised ms.
  • 39 Buddhadeva Bose. “Babu and Bibi.” Trans. Mary Lago
  • 40 Buddhadeva Bose. “A Life.” Trans. Mary Lago
  • 41 Bose translations
  • 42 The Broken Nest Revised after editing by Margery Mckinney—my original text restored here, whre her changes or deletions introduced actual errors of facts
  • 43 The Broken Nest First draft
  • 44 The Broken Nest Second draft
  • 45 The Broken Nest Third Draft
  • 46 The Broken Nest. Trans. Mary Lago. Printer’s copy
  • 47 Rabindranath Tagore (Twayne). Ms. and correspondence

Box 36

Selected Short Stories of Rabindranath Tagore (Macmillan, 1991)
  • 1 Grant application, n.d.
  • 2 Draft introducation
  • 3 “The Girl Between” (“Madhyabartini”)
  • 4 “The Broken Nest” (“Nashtanir”)
  • 5 “The Broken Nest” (“Nashtanir”)
  • 6 “The Atonement” (“Prayaschita”)
  • 7 “The Punishment” (“Shasti”)
  • 8 “The Notebook” (“Khata”)
  • 9 “The Postmaster” (“Postmastar”)
  • 10 “The Return of Khokababu” (“Khokababur Pratyabartan”)
  • 11 “The Conclusion” (“Shamapti”)
  • 12 “The Nuisance” (“Apada”)
  • 13 “A Lapse of Judgment” (“Durbuddhi”)
  • 14 “Rashmoni’s Son” (“Rashmonir Chele”)
  • 15 “The Austere Wife” (“Tapashwini”)
  • 16 “Bride and Bridegroom” (“Patro O Patri”)
  • 17 “The Rejected Story” (“Namanjur Galpa”)
  • 18 Ray, Satyajit. “On Charulata” (adaptation of “The Broken Nest”)
  • 19 Page Proofs
  • 20 Page Proofs
  • 21 Short Stories
  • 22 Short Stories

E. J. Thompson

Correspondence
  • 23 Permissions
  • 24 Reader’s reports for Thompson biography
  • 25 General Correspondence, 1988-2000
  • 26 Thompson related correspondence, 1967-1991
  • 27 Methodist Church Archives, 1987-1999
  • 28 Clifford Culshaw, 1996-1998
  • 29 Simon Kusseff, 1998-1999
  • 30 Richard Symonds, 1982-1998
  • 31 E.P. Thompson and Dorothy Thompson, 1970-2000
  • 32 Dorothy Thompson, 1994-2000
Collected Correspondence
  • 33 A (W.G. Archer; St. John Adcock; John Arlott; Horace Alexander; Leonard Elmhirst, Mosani, Nehrer) 1927,1986
  • 34 Allen and Unwin, 1926-1946
  • 35 Allen and Unwin, 1925-1926 [corr. re: Allen and Unwin,1988]
  • 36 J. D. Anderson, 1910-1918 [corr. re: J.D. Anderson,1976]
  • 37 C. F. Andrews, 1914-1934
  • 38 India letters (“A”). (Includes Amery, Ambed Bar, A.K. Azad), 1931-1941
  • 39 “B” (J. M. Barrie; George Bell; Ernest Benn; L. Buyon to Drinkwater; Edwyn Bevan; Beinicke; Gail Borden), 1911-1932
  • 40 “B” con’t. (F. L. Brayne; Jules Bloch; Edmund Blunden; BBC; Ian Hamilton Benn; Edwyn Bevan; Harcourt Butler; W. Bennett), 1911-1945
  • 41 Bankura College, 1913-1932
  • 42 Lord Bridges
  • 43 “C” (Guy Chapman; R. Collins; Lionel Curtis; Sarotahandra Chatterjee; Amiya Chakravarty; Edmund Candler; Ramananda Chatterjee; Saratchandra Chatterjee; Harindranath Chattopadhyaya, Harold M. C—–?, Jack Collins)
  • 44 William Canton. Bios and pubs
  • 45 William Canton, 1910-1917
  • 46 William Canton, 1910-1911
  • 47 William Canton, 1910-1923
  • 48 William Canton, 1910-1918
  • 49 William Canton, 1918-1926
  • 50 William Canton, 1910-1915

Box 37

  • 1 W. G. Collingwood
  • 1 “D” misc. (Harihar Das, Maud Driver, Sudlindranath Datta, Walter de la Mere)
  • 2 “E” misc.
  • 4 Lord Godfrey Elton, 1940-1945
  • 5 “F” misc. (Henry Field; Agnes Fletcher; William Fosters; K. Faulkner; J. N. Farquhar; Robert Frost)
  • 6 F. J. Fielden
  • 7 E. M. Forster
  • 8 “G” misc. (J. L. Garnin; Gannett; Graham Greene; Gerald Gould; Geddes)
  • 9 Geoffrey Garratt
  • 10 Robert Graves
  • 11 Victor Gollancz
  • 12 Hogarth Press (Leonard Woolf), 1925-1945
  • 13 “H-I” misc.
  • 14 Storm Jameson, 1926-1944
  • 15 M. R. Jayakar
  • 16 Kingswood School. Richmond College
  • 17 “J-K” misc. (Lockwood; Kipling; H. Kabir; T. Jones)
  • 18 “L” misc. (Lord Lindsay)
  • 19 George Lowther
  • 20 George Lowther
  • 21 Lord Lothian
  • 22 Hugh Lyon
  • 23 Percy Lyon
  • 24 Percy Lyon
  • 25 Percy Lyon
  • 26 Lord Lytton
  • 27 “M” misc.
  • 28 P. Mahalanobis
  • 29 Macmillan
  • 30 Kingsley Martin
  • 31 Methodist correspondence
  • 32 Gilbert Murray
  • 33 George Murray, 1934-1937
  • 34 Nehru and Gandhi, 1935-1940
  • 35 Oxford University Press-India, 1986-1999 [incl. Carrington corresp.; Tagore letters, 1920-1948]
  • 36 “P” misc. (Polak, Panikhar), 1925-1947, 1988
  • 37 R (Reynolds, Richter, Rhys, Raydeu) 1928-1944
  • 38 Publishing agents, 1930-1945 [incl. T. S. Eliot]
  • 39 S. K. Ratcliffe, 1925-1944
  • 40 H.W. Rawlinson, 1933
  • 41 W. G. Rushbrooke, 1912-1925 [re: Rushbrooke, 1995-1996]
  • 42 Dinesh Chandra Sen, 1912-1931 [re: Sen, D.C.S,1969-1976]
  • 43 “S” (incl. Spender exchange, 1925-1946– see permissions folder for corresp. with Lady Spender; Stonier, [Smith, Spalding, Squire, Sassoon, Stewart, Strachey, Sutro, Suhnton, Seal-trans], Spender)
  • 44 V. S. Sastri, 1931-1936
  • 45 Reginald Schaumberg, 1927-1945
  • 46 Scottish Record Office (Lord Lothian)
  • 47 Brajendranath Seal, n.d.

Box 38

  • 1 James Smetham, 1910-1911 [re: 1994-1995]
  • 2 H. N. Spalding, 1935-1946
  • 3 A. M. Spencer, 1914-1933
  • 4 “Stonehouse”, 1995-1996
  • 5 “T” (Thomas; Tinker) 1936, 1974
  • 6 Rabindranath Tagore [transcripts]
  • 7 Rabindranath Tagore, EJT to Tagore, 1913-1940
  • 8 Rabindranath Tagore. Review of EJT Rabindranath Tagore: LTW
  • 9 Rabindranath Tagore. EJT Talks with Rabindranath Tagore
  • 10 Rabindranath Tagore. EJT’s Tagore notebooks (xerox)
  • 11 Rabindranath Tagore, 1913-1933 [corr. re: 1986],
  • 12 E. W. Thompson, 1923-1924; 1939
  • 13 Robert Vansittart, 1942-1943
  • 14 Vassar, 1920-1929, 1962-1963, 1998
  • 15 “W” misc., 1940-1943
  • 16 W. B. Yeats, 1924
  • 17 Unidentified, 1932
  • 18 Miscellaneous, 1932
  • 19 EJT Family misc. 1927, 1998-1997
  • EJT Family Correspondence.
  • 20 Barbara Sloman, 1996-2000 [EJT's niece]. Incl. EJT family letters, 1929-1952
  • 21 Elizabeth Thompson to EJT, 1908-1910
  • 22 Frank Thompson, 1909 [re: 1995]
  • 23 J. M. Thompson, 1884-1892
  • 24 Theodosia Thompson, 1934, 1952
  • 25 Theodosia Thompson to EJT, 1918-1919, 1941
  • 26 Elizabeth Thompson to Theodosia Thompson, 1918, 1920
  • 27 EJT to boys, 1940-1945
  • 28 Elizabeth Thompson, 1910-1913
  • 29 Elizabeth Thompson, 1913-1914
  • 30 Elizabeth Thompson, 1911-1916
  • 31 Elizabeth Thompson, 1916-1918
  • 32 Theodosia Thompson, 1921-1922
  • 33 Theodosia Thompson, 1923-1924
  • 34 Theodosia Thompson, 1940-1941
  • 35 Theodosia Thompson, 1918-1930
  • 36 Theodosia Thompson, 1923 (Oxford)
  • 37 Theodosia Thompson, 1931-1939
  • 38 Theodosia Thompson, 1935
  • 39 Theodosia Thompson, 1936
  • 40 Theodosia Thompson to EJT, 1936-1944
  • 41 To EPT from Family. Uncataloged Papers
Notes and Research Material
  • 42 By EJT. Ethical Ideas in India Today, 1942
  • 43 By EJT. Mesopotamian Verses
  • 44 By EJT. Krishna Kumari, 1924
  • 45 By EJT. The Other Side of Midnight
  • 46 By EJT. Mutiny
  • 47 By EJT. Waltham Thicket, 1917
  • 48 By EJT. Atonement
  • 49 By EJT. Three Eastern Plays. Essay on “Suttee”
  • 50 By EJT. Reviews
  • 51 Review of EJT
  • 52 Alien Homage. Draft by EPT. Corresp. EPT & Mary Lago, 1987
  • 53 Amritsar massacre
  • 54 By EJT. Beyond Baghdad with the Leicestershires, 1918

Box 39

  • 1 Articles
  • 2 Articles
  • 3 BBC
  • 4 Biographical material
  • 5 Bodleian Lists and Cambridge University Library
  • 6 Books. Notes
  • 7 British Attitudes
  • 8 Chronologies
  • 9 Durbar
  • 10 Films
  • 11 Foreign Office Lists
  • 12 Foreign Policy Association
  • 13 Foreign Policy Association
  • 14 Historians
  • 15 Imperialism and Britain
  • 16 India–Education
  • 17 Indian Attitudes
  • 18 Indian literature–General
  • 19 Indian nationalism
  • 20 India Society Reports, 1911-1917
  • 21 Mesopotamia and Eastern Campaigns
  • 22 Methodism
  • 23 Miscellaneous, 1927, 1988-1997
  • 24 Notes
  • 25 Personal Records
  • 26 Raj novels (Paul Scott)
  • 27 Rhodes Papers
  • 28 Rhodes House Trust
  • 29 Simon Commission Round Table Conference
  • 30 SOAS Papers
  • 31 Theodosia Thompson. BBC Talk to Syria
  • 32 WMMS/SOAS notes
  • 33 Works and reviews of Notes
Drafts ( India’s Prisoner)
  • 34 Photo captions and illustrations
  • 35 Illustrations
  • 36 Before copy edits. TP-114
  • 37 Before copy edits. 115-203
  • 38 Before copy edits. 204-343
  • 39 Before copy edits. 344-484
  • 40 Before copy edits. 485-534
  • 41 Copy edited. Style sheet-frontmatter
  • 42 Copy edited. 1-150

Box 40

  • 1 Copy-edited. 151-280
  • 2 Copy-edited. 281-410
  • 3 Copy-edited. 411-590
  • 4 Copy-edited. 591-772
  • 5 Copy-edited. Bibliography and notes
  • 6 Copy-edited. Bibliography and notes
  • 7 Copy-edited. Bibliography and notes
  • 8 Copy-edited. Bibliography and notes
  • 9 Edited notes.
  • 10 Page proofs. “Consolidated and approved proof corrections that went to typesetter.” TP-139
  • 11 Page proofs. “Consolidated and approved proof corrections that went to typesetter.” 140-248
  • 12 Page proofs. “Consolidated and approved proof corrections that went to typesetter.” 249-368
  • 13 Indexer’s copy. 1-103
  • 14 Indexer’s copy. 104-221
  • 15 Indexer’s copy. 222-365
  • 16 Author’s ms. as submitted to UMO press before copy edits. 1-117
  • 17 Author’s ms. as submitted to UMO press before copy edits. 118-263
  • 18 Author’s ms. as submitted to UMO press before copy edits. 264-412
  • 19 Author’s ms. as submitted to UMO press before copy edits. 413-528
  • 20 Author’s ms. as submitted to UMO press before copy edits. 529-notes
  • 21 Ms. as west to production after incorporating author’s editing corrections. TP-152
  • 22 Ms. as west to production after incorporating author’s editing corrections. 153-290
  • 23 Ms. as west to production after incorporating author’s editing corrections. 291-424

Box 41

  • 1 Ms. as west to production after incorporating author’s editing corrections. 425-575
  • 2 Ms. as west to production after incorporating author’s editing corrections. 576-690
  • 3 Ms. as west to production after incorporating author’s editing corrections. 691-index
  • 4 Typescript. Preliminaries
  • 5 Typescript. Chapter One
  • 6 Typescript. Chapter Two
  • 7 Typescript. Chapter Three
  • 8 Typescript. Chapter Four
  • 9 Typescript. Chapter Five
  • 10 Typescript. Chapter Six
  • 11 Typescript. Chapter Seven
  • 12 Typescript. Chapter Eight
  • 13 Typescript. Chapter Nine
  • 14 Typescript. Chapter Ten
  • 15 Typescript. Chapter Eleven
  • 16 Typescript. Chapter Twelve
  • 17 Typescript. Chapter Thirteen
  • 18 Typescript. Chapter Fourteen
  • 19 Typescript. Chapter Fifteen
  • 20 Typescript. Chapter Sixteen
  • 21 Typescript. Chapter Seventeen
  • 22 Typescript. Chapter Eighteen
  • 23 Typescript. Chapter Nineteen
  • 24 Typescript. Chapter Twenty
  • 25 Typescript. Chapter Twenty-One
  • 26 Typescript. Chapter Twenty-Two
  • 27 Typescript. Chapter Twenty-Three
  • 28 Typescript. Chapter Twenty-Four
  • 29 Typescript. Endnotes
  • 30 Typescript. Endnotes
  • 31 Typescript. Text corrections
  • 32 Typescript. Bibliography

X. Reviews (of Mary Lago publications)

Box 41

  • 33 The Broken Nest
  • 34 Burne-Jones Talking
  • 35 Calendar of E. M. Forster Letters
  • 36 Christiana Herringham and the Edwardian Art Scene
  • 37 E. M. Forster: A Literary Life
  • 38 Housewarming
  • 39 Imperfect Encounter

Box 42

  • 1 Max & Will
  • 2 Men and Memories
  • 3 Rabindranath Tagore
  • 4 Oxford Companion to English Literature (ed. Margaret Drabble)
  • 5 Selected Letters of E. M. Forster
  • 6 Selected Letters of E. M. Forster
  • 7 Selected Letters of E. M. Forster
  • 8 Selected Short Stories of Rabindranath Tagore
  • 9 Reviews–excerpt

XII. Student files (of Mary Lago’s students) : RESTRICTED MATERIAL–Unprocessed

  • 10 Grade Books
  • 11 Mark Bassett
  • 12 Marie Fitzwilliam
  • 13 Bill Foster
  • 14 Martha Johnson Himber
  • 15 Betty Lennington
  • 16 Joyce Mitchell
  • 17 Carolyn Perry
  • 18 Mark Reger
  • 19 Amy Sonheim
  • 20 Kilho Sung

Box 43

XII. Subject files

(Primarily lecture notes and handouts; clippings (mostly book reviews from TLS and NYTRB) discarded)

  • 1 Matthew Arnold
  • 2 Art Criticism/Art History
  • 3 Jane Austen
  • 4 Max Beerbohm
  • 5 Arnold Bennett
  • 6 Bloomsbury
  • 7 British Empire
  • 8 Benjamin Britten
  • 9 Brontës
  • 10 Robert Browning. Incl. “Browning’s Interest in Music as Shown in his Poetry” by Mary Lago, 1964
  • 11 Samuel Butler
  • 12 C (Camus, Coleridge)
  • 13 Thomas Carlyle
  • 14 Joseph Conrad
  • 15 Daniel Defoe
  • 16 Charles Dickens
  • 17 Drama (British)
  • 18 Edwardian period
  • 19 George Eliot
  • 20 T. S. Eliot
  • 21 F. Scott Fitzgerald
  • 22 Ford Madox Ford
  • 23 E. M. Forster
  • 24 Edward Fitzgerald
  • 25 William Faulkner
  • 26 Roger Fry
  • 27 Elizabeth Gaskell
  • 28 George Gissing
  • 29 Edmund Gosse
  • 30 Gothic Revival
  • 31 H (Hawthorne, Hopkins, Houseman, Herbert). Incl. lecture on Houseman by Mary Lago
  • 32 Thomas Hardy
  • 33 Ernest Hemingway
  • 34 Gerard Manly Hopkins
  • 35 Thomas Huxley
  • 36 India
  • 37 Ireland
  • 38 Irish Poetry
  • 39 Henry James
  • 40 James Joyces
  • 41 K (Kafka)
  • 42 Rudyard Kipling
  • 43 D. H. Lawrence
  • 44 M (Moliere, Mann)
  • 45 Thomas Macaulay
  • 46 John Stuart Mill. Incl. “Squaring the Circle: The Victorian Education of John Stuart Mill” by Mary Lago
  • 47 George Moore
  • 48 William Morris
  • 49 John Henry Newman
  • 50 George Orwell
  • 51 P (Pope, Pinter)
  • 52 Walter Pater
  • 53 Pre-Raphaelite Brotherhood
  • 54 Katherine Anne Porter
  • 55 Dante Gabriel Rosetti
  • 56 John Ruskin
  • 57 S (Swift, Swinburne, Shelley)
  • 58 Short Story
  • 59 Stephen Spender
  • 60 Lytton Strachey
  • 61 Algernon Charles Swinburne
  • 62 T (Tagore, Thomas)
  • 63 Alfred Lord Tennyson
  • 64 William Makepeace Thackeray
  • 65 Anthony Trollope
  • 66 Victorian period and literature
  • 67 H. G. Wells
  • 68 W (Walker)
  • 69 Oscar Wilde
  • 70 Mary Wollstonecraft
  • 71 Virginia Woolf
  • 72 William Butler Yeats

Musical Programs

  • 73 Columbia University St. Paul Chapel. Programs, 1940
  • 74 Bach Singers (Columbia, MO). Programs, 1950
  • 75 Dessoff Choir (NY). Programs, 1940-1949
  • 76 Cantata Singers (NY). Programs, 1940-1948
  • 77 Music of the Church of St. Mary the Virgin. Programs. [Edith Weiss-Mann]
  • 78 Wyoming Valley Bach Festival (Wilkes Barre, PA). Programs, 1938-1941

Box 44

  • 1 Choral Music Programs
  • 2 Various Programs
  • 3 Bach Choir
  • 4 Loncon Bach Opera
  • 5 English National Opera. Programs, 1980-1988 [incl. Billy Budd]
  • 6 Royal Opera House, 1983-1989
  • 7 Playbills. Film Film Film (Shaw Theatere), 1986 [with Zia Moyheddin]. Indian Ink (Tom Stoppard) (Aldwych Theatre), 1995

Box 45

XIII. Microfilm [description from boxes]

  • Rutherston Papers. Reel 1. Albert R. to parents; Albert R. to Charles R. Also: Will to Charles, Nov. 8, 1918
  • Rutherston Papers. Reel 2. Albert to Charles, continued; Will to Chas, Sept 12 [1922]; John and Doriis Fothergill to Albert; Louise and Louis Simon to Albert; Charles to Albert; Blanches to Albert; Alber to Will and Alice; Max and Florence to Albert; George Street to Albert (1918); Max to Michael, 1948; Bertha and Moritz R. to Albert; John R. to Albert, 1938; Carrington to Albert, 1914; Will and Alace to Albert; Orpen to Albert [Dowson dying]; Charles to Albert; Albert to Louisa and Emily; Marjorie to Albert; Misc (very good) to Albert, incl. MacColl to Albert
  • Rutherston Papers. Reel 3. C. Nevinson to Albert R.; Conder to Albert; AJA Symons to Albert; G. Scott to Albert-on Boswell Papers; Moritz and Bertha R. to Albert; Alice R. to Albert; Albert (from Vattertot); Aldous Huxley to William Rothenstein; Tonks to AR—on Fry; R. Schwale to AR; Humbert Wolf to AR; Michel (?) to AR; Edna Clark-Hall to AR; Chas Aithlon to AR; George Street to AR; R. Fry etc to AR
  • Rutherston Papers. Reel 4.
  • Various Letters. Letters to James Laver from Sir William Rothenstein; Flora Russell; various persons (from John R.); Page 2 Poem Ending for Karl B. (Symons to A. John).
  • Rothenstein Papers. Reel 1. From Alice Rothenstein to Will Rothenstein. Albert R., Charles; Eliz. R, Bradford R., Emily, Blanche, Louise; Will R. to aprents, Alice; William Rothenstein lecture, Feb. 1914; Obits, 1943 to Rabindranath Tagore; Gill; Catalogue Gaman Show
  • Rothenstein Papers. Reel 2. Alice; List. St. Stephen’s Hall Panels; Beerbohms to Rs; Eliz. R. to William Rothenstein; Elie von Hoffmann; Tonks; Tagore, CFA, EJT; Margaret Biddulph; Knewstubs; MacColl
  • Rothenstein Papers. Reel 3. Margaret Biddulph; HAL Fisher; Marg Brooke; Christiana Herringham and Arthur Henry Fox Strangways; M Woods; Darwins/Cornfords; Schiffs
  • Various Letters. Will Rothenstein Miscellaneous Papers/Moritz Rothenstem. Film No. 2 London 1969; See notebook for summary. John and E. to Speight on William Rothenstein and Alice, etc.; Excert from diary Fragment—India; Moritz R. to William Rothenstein; Typescripts: William Rothenstein’s Am. Morris Address, 1935; John R. on Knewstab; Summary: von Hoffmann to William Rothenstein; Raleigh on Wistler, 1905; MacColl
  • G. Murray (Bodleian)
  • G. Murray (Bodleian)
  • William Rothenstein, Alice, childrend to Tagore, minus the 5 Kripalani items (India National Archives)
  • EMF to University of Leiden re: his degree
  • WB Yeats to Macmillan (British Museum 8/13688)
  • Gokhde (National Archives of India)
  • James Laver; Flora Russell; Symons to A. John
  • Rothenstein to Macmillan
  • Beerbohm/Hauptmann (Staatsbibliothek)
  • Thomas Sturge Moore to Macmillan (PS 817416)
  • Sturge Moore Collections (U of London)
  • Letters to E. Gosse (Brotherton Collection: University of Leeds)
  • Fisher Papers (Bodleian)
  • Marie Sturge Moore to Macmillan (PS 817411)
  • C.J. Longman to Macmillan (PS 8/15780)
  • Craig (Bibliotheque Nationale)
  • Gosse, Conrad, Drinkwater
  • Sturge Moore Papers. Tagore TS and MSS
  • Beerbohm Letters (BPD 2534)
  • Sturge Moore Papers. (Goldsmith Library)
  • Merton College Letters (BPC 7896)
  • Florence Beerbohm to Max (Merton College)
  • EMF Letters (UCLA)
  • Hauptmanns
  • Letters from Cambridge
  • Rabindranath Tagore to Macmillan (PS 815535)
  • Max Beerbohm to Reggie Turner
  • Ajanta Frescoes
  • “A Poet in India” TS by John Alexander Chapman

Box 46

XIV. Photographs

  • 1 Correspondence found in photos
  • 2 Portraits of William Rothenstein
  • 3 Tonks caricature of Alice Rothenstein, William Rothenstein, and John Rothenstein
  • 4 By William Rothenstein. Portraits (Beerbohm, Lord Robert Cecil, Gordon Craig, John Drinkwater, Hugh Finney, Philip Hale, Gerhart Hauptmann, Marjorie Madan, John Pentland, Charles Ripington, T.W. Rolleston, Flora Russell, G. B. Shaw, James Stephens, Algernon Charles Swinburne, Herbert Beerbohm Tree, Oscar Wilde, Joan Maude Woods, Arthur Symonds)
  • 5 By William Rothenstein. “Sunset at Benares”
  • 6 By William Rothenstein. “Nude”; “Head of an Old Jew”; Sketches
  • 7 By William Rothenstein. “An Interior”
  • 8 By William Rothenstein. “The Avenue”; “The Connosieur”
  • 9 By William Rothenstein. “Alice Rothenstein and John Rothenstein”/ “Mother and Child”
  • 10 By William Rothenstein. “Aliens at Prayer”
  • 11 By William Rothenstein. “High Elm-Winter. Far Oakridge”
  • 12 By William Rothenstein. “St. Martin’s Summer”
  • 13 By William Rothenstein. “Tagore”
  • 14 By William Rothenstein. “Group of Artists” (MacColl, Furse, Beerbohm Steer, Sickert)
  • 15 By William Rothenstein. Henry Tonks, John Sargent, and Wilson Steer
  • 16 By William Rothenstein. Alice, John, Rachel Rothenstein (pastel, 1904)
  • 17 By William Rothenstein. Self-portrait
  • 18 By William Rothenstein. Drawings from letters
  • 19 By William Rothenstein. Drawings from Jessie Petrie’s collection of letters
  • 20 William Rothenstein and family
  • 21 William Rothenstein and Rabindranath Tagore
  • 22 William Rothenstein [incl. Original photo, 1900]
  • 23 Negatives of photos from Rachel Ward
  • 24 William Rothenstein-Beerbohm and Russell photos
  • 25 Negatives of photos from Betty Holiday
  • 26 Negatives from John Rothenstein
  • 27 Rothenstein negatives
  • 28 Unidentified photos from William Rothenstein material
  • 29 Far Oxbridge
  • 30 Photos used in Imperfect Encounter
  • 31 Drawings by Michael Rothenstein
  • 32 By Albert Rutherston
  • 33 Max Beerbohm
  • 34 Florence Beerbohm
  • 35 Drawings by Max Beerbohm
  • 36 Rappallo photos (Beerbohms)
  • 37 Memphis photos (Beerbohms)
  • 38 Christiana Herringham photos (for book)
  • 39 Christiana Herringham illustrations
  • 40 “Forster country” from Masamari Moritah
  • 41 Forster photos
  • 42 Passage to India stage production (1960)
  • 43 Aldeburgh (England). Ilse Wolf; Church Field Cottage; Britten-Pears School; Eric and Nancy Crozier
  • 44 Stopford Brooke
  • 45 Edward Burne-Jones
  • 46 Sydney Cockerell
  • 47 Margaret Drabble and Michael Holroyd
  • 48 P. N. Furbank
  • 49 Ted Uppman
  • 50 Ryllis Hacon portrait by Charles Shannon
  • 51 Hsiao Ch’ien
  • 52 T. W. Rolleston. St Louis Exhibition, 1904. Bedford Chapel
  • 53 T. M. Rooke
  • 54 T. M. Rooke. Photos of miniatures from Rooke locket
  • 55 John Rothenstein
  • 56 Rabindranath Tagore
  • 57 Tagore portrait by Edmond Kapp
  • 58 Ernest Thompson
  • 59 Wick Episcopi-Worcester-Dorothy and EP Thompson’s home
  • 60 Edith Weiss-Mann
  • 61 Honor Docker-Drysdale at 95, 1994 [Park End, Radley, Abingdon, Oxfordshire; Daughter of T. W. Rolleston; Granddaughter of Stopford A. Brooke]
  • 62 W. B. Yeats
  • 63 Individuals—Identified
  • 64 Unidentified
  • 65 Spital Fields and Great Synagogue
  • 66 Mary Lago PhD graduation, 1969
  • 67 University of Missouri Collegium
  • 68 Mary Lago group photos. Marty Townsend, Nicoleta Rainesue (1997); Eric Crozier, Mel George, Nancy Crozier, Meta George (1992); Joyce Mitchell (1995); Martha Alexander, Elaine Lawless; Patty (Sibley) Parry; Petch Peden; Win Horner; Mary Ellen
  • 69 Mary Lago photos. Bill Docker-Drysdale; Honor Drysdale (1982); PN Furbank and Bill Peden (1971); Marian Nogler; Ruth Bonner; Bill Parry, Pat Sibley (1989); Ailmed Lewis; Nina Miller; Mary Thatcher; David Wallace; Gladys Nott; Joe Brennan; Tom Mallon; Amiya Chakravarty; Katherine Tillman (1983)
  • 70 Mary Lago photos. Cambridge, London, Paris, 1983. Jillian Gibbins; Gladys Nott; Joe Brennan; Tom Mallon; Jack Roberts; Nancy Crozier; Ernest, Portia, and Netta Goldsmith; Mary Thatcher; Sybil Thornton; Howard Ferguson; Eric Crozier; Masamari Moritah, PN Furbank
  • 71 Selwyn College Cambridge
  • 72 Queen Elizabeth 2, 1987 “The Storm”
  • 73 Mary Lago with Homecoming book (Publicity), 1966
  • 74 Mary Lago, Ruma Roy, Rujia Roy, 1973
  • 75 Harold Woolfender, Margaret Campbell, Mary Lago, 1968
  • 76 Mary Lago misc
  • 77 Mary Lago at home study
  • 78 Mary Lago
  • 79 Mary Lago portraits
  • 80 Mary Lago portraits
  • 81 Mary Lago in office
  • 82 Mary Lago in office
  • 83 Mary Lago in classroom
  • 84 Mary Lago with Jane Lago at Grinnell College
  • 85 University of Missouri campus, 1968 (color);University of Missouri campus, n.d. (b/w)
  • 86 Graduation ceremony, n.d.; Marine Land, FL, 1968; Alabama capitol, 1971; University of Alabama, 1971; University of Mississippi, 1971; State parks
  • 87 Unidentified
  • 88 Beerbohm caricatures (slides)
  • 89 England (slides)

Box 47

XV. Memorabilia

  • Plaque, Founding Mother of Teacher’s Association, n.d.
  • Clock, Distinguished Friend, Frinds of the MU Libraries, 2001
  • Plate, Jefferson Club, University of Missouri
  • Plaque, Mary M. and Gladwyn V. Lago Library Endowment, MU Libraries, 1988
  • Plaque, MU Arts and Science Distinguished Alumna Award, 1990
  • Plaque, MU Distinguished Faculty Award (Alumni Association), 1985
  • Medal, MU Sesquicentennial Commencement, 1989
  • Pins, MU Columns
  • Pin, MU Jefferson Club

Box 48

XVI. Oversize

Certificates

  • Keystone Junior High School [PA], Diploma, 1933
  • Berks County Pupils Reading Circle [PA], Testimonial of Reading, 1934
  • Kutztown [PA] High School, Diploma, 1936
  • Bucknell University [PA], Diploma [B.A.], 1940
  • University of Missouri Alumni Association, Faculty-Alumni Award, 1978
  • Bucknell University [PA], Diploma [DLitt]. 1981

Oversize Page Proofs

  • Broken Nest
  • Rabindranath Tagore (Twayne)
  • Imperfect Encounter

Box 49

Oversize Correspondence

  • 1EMF to Morton Zabel, 1947-1962
  • 2 William Rothenstein and Max Beerbohm to S. C. Roberts (on Zuleika in Cambridge)
  • 3 Extracts from Dody Kahhn’s letters (1921 in Rapallo)
  • 4 Rothenstein. Twenty-Four Portraits
  • 5 Rothenstein to D. S. MacColl
  • 6 Rothenstein correspondence
  • 7 Rothenstein to Max Beerbohm, 1893-1910
  • 8 Rothenstein to Max Beerbohm, 1911-1920
  • 9 Rothenstein to Max Beerbohm, 1921-1930
  • 10 Rothenstein to Max Beerbohm, 1922-1930 (not used)
  • 11 Rothenstein to Max Beerbohm, 1931-1940
  • 12 Rothenstein to Max Beerbohm, 1941-1945

Box 50

  • Doctoral Hood, Bucknell University
  • Doctoral Hood, MU

Box 51

Oversize Artwork and Photographs

  • Thomas Matthew Rooke Self-Portrait (miniature) 1870
  • Rothenstein drawing of H.G. Wells
  • Rothenstein drawing of W.B. Yeats
  • Engraved portrait of Johann Joseph Fux
  • Unidentified painting, signed W.R. 1992
  • Edith Weiss-Mann photograph by Josef Breitenbach

Box 52

  • Computer disks (Macintosh-formatted)