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Correspondence.

Box 1

Correspondent: Abramson, Samuel H. 1960.

Box 1

Correspondent: Accent. A Quarterly of New Literature. Urbana, Ill. 1940-1946, n.d.

Scope and Content Note

Also: Quinn, Kerker
Box 1

Correspondent: Achenbach Foundation for Graphic Arts. San Francisco. 1947-1974.

Scope and Content Note

Also: Kastner, Fenton; Troche, E. Gunter
Box 1

Correspondent: Adam. Brighton. 1975.

Scope and Content Note

Also: Grindea, Miron
Re Roditi's proposed article about his recollections of Cyril Connolly scheduled for publication in ADAM.
Box 1

Correspondent: Adams, Walter R. 1940.

Box 1

Correspondent: Adler, Jankel. 1933-1936.

Box 1

Correspondent: Albahari, David. 1981.

Box 1

Correspondent: Albright-Knox Art Gallery. Buffalo, N.Y. 1967.

Scope and Content Note

Also: West, Richard
Re exhibition of Henry Valensi and ER's text for catalogue.
Box 1

Correspondent: Alcalay, Ammiel. 1981-1985, n.d.

Box 1

Correspondent: Alcatraz. Santa Cruz, Calif. 1983.

Scope and Content Note

Also: Kessler, Stephen
Box 1

Correspondent: Aldington, Richard. 1940.

Scope and Content Note

Letter from Aldington to Roditi, Montego Bay, Jamaica, 20 July 1946. With news of the Aldingtons' move from Hollywood, and a report from Osbert Sitwell re postwar conditions in Switzerland and Italy.
Box 1

Correspondent: Alessandri, Arturo B. 1973.

Scope and Content Note

Also: Roditi, Harold
Letter to Harold Roditi regarding his brother Edouard's book, MAGELLAN OF THE PACIFIC.
Box 1

Correspondent: Alexander, Edward. 1972-1978.

Scope and Content Note

Letter dated 7/22/72 has photocopy of letter from Edward Alexander to Alvin Rosenfeld, dated 7/1/1972.
Box 1

Correspondent: Alexander, Sidney. 1979.

Box 1

Correspondent: Alter, Robert. 1969.

Box 1

Correspondent: Altrocchi, Professor R. 1939.

Scope and Content Note

Comments on an unidentified article by Edouard Roditi. With an additional note at the bottom of the page signed H.H.O.
Box 1

Correspondent: Alyn, Marc. 1963.

Box 1

Correspondent: Ambassador. St. Paul, Minn. 1978.

Scope and Content Note

Clippings from AMBASSADOR (v.11, no.10).; Morgan, James
Box 1

Correspondent: American Academy and Institute of Arts and Letters. New York. 1981-1982.

Scope and Content Note

Request for copies of Roditi's book, DIALOGUES ON ART, for consideration for a literary award, and request for a photograph for the awards announcement.
Box 1

Correspondent: American Association of Language Specialists. 1982.

Scope and Content Note

Mid-year report.
Box 1

Correspondent: American Book Review. New York. 1983.

Scope and Content Note

With typescript(carbon) of Roditi's letter, 12 September 1982, in response to criticism of his book, THRICE CHOSEN, which appeared in the August 1983 issue.
Box 1

Correspondent: American Bookman. New York. 1944.

Scope and Content Note

Also: Shipley, Joseph
Box 1

Correspondent: American Council of Learned Societies. Washington, D.C. 1949.

Box 1

Correspondent: American Society for Aesthetics. Piedmont, Calif. 1942-1950.

Scope and Content Note

Also: Hungerland, Helmut; Munro, Thomas
Box 1

Correspondent: Amerika Haus Bamberg. Bamberg, Germany. 1946.

Scope and Content Note

Also: Office of Military Government for Germany (U.S.)
Letter of thanks to the Office of Military Government for Germany (U.S.) for Edouard Roditi's lecture, "Modern American poetry."
Box 1

Correspondent: Andres, Stefan. 1948-1950.

Box 1

Correspondent: Anger, Kenneth. 1951.

Scope and Content Note

Re Anger's proposed trip to Berlin to screen his film, Fireworks, for Dick Pohlandt.
Box 1

Correspondent: Antaeus. The Ecco Press. New York. 1977, 198l, n.d.

Scope and Content Note

Also: Halpern, Daniel
Box 1

Correspondent: Anti-Defamation League of B'nai B'rith. Chicago. 1940.

Box 1

Correspondent: Antin, David. 1968, n.d.

Box 1

Correspondent: Archivo Storico D'Arte Contemporanea. Venezia. 1953.

Scope and Content Note

Also: Apollonio, Umbro
Regarding a special issue on Italo Svevo.
Box 1

Correspondent: Argus Books, Inc. Mohegan Lake, New York. 1949-1950.

Scope and Content Note

Also: Abramson, Ben
Box 1

Correspondent: Arizona Quarterly. Tucson, Ariz. 1945-1947.

Box 1

Correspondent: Arnold, Fritz. 1981-1987.

Box 1

Correspondent: Arrizabalaga y Prado, Leonardo de. 1976-1978, n.d.

General Physical Description note: [1 of 4 folders]

Scope and Content Note

3 letters undated.
Box 1

Correspondent: Arrizabalaga y Prado, Leonardo de. 1980-1982.

General Physical Description note: [2 of 4 folders]

Scope and Content Note

With letter of 5/6/81, Arrizabalaga y Prado has enclosed an English translation of his poem, "Morning prayer."
Box 1

Correspondent: Arrizabalaga y Prado, Leonardo de. 1982-1984.

General Physical Description note: [3 of 4 folders]
Box 1

Correspondent: Arrizabalaga y Prado, Leonardo de. 1978-1985, n.d.

General Physical Description note: [4 of 4 folders]
Box 1

Correspondent: Arslan, Yueksel. 1963-1985.

Scope and Content Note

3 letters are undated. Most letters have original sketches. Letter dated 1985 on back of photocopy of sketch of Edouard Roditi by Yueskel Arslan.
Box 1

Correspondent: Art Institute of Chicago. Chicago, Ill. 1949.

Box 1

Correspondent: Art International. Lugano, Switzerland. 1969.

Box 1

Correspondent: Arte e Societa. Roma. 1973.

Box 1

Correspondent: Arts in Society. University of Wisconsin. Madison. 1975.

Scope and Content Note

Also: Kamarck, Edward
Box 1

Correspondent: Ashcroft, Dame Peggy. 1928-1983, n.d.

Scope and Content Note

l letter from Ashcroft is undated. Included is a copy of Roditi's letter to Ashcroft, Paris, 1 April 1983 and a photocopy of obituary for Edward Ashcroft, Peggy Ashcroft's brother. Roditi's notes indicate the relationship between Ashcroft and Roditi.
Box 1

Correspondent: Ashraf, Princess. n.d.

Scope and Content Note

With Edouard Roditi's holograph note on envelope, "Invitation to Imperial reception in palace of Princess Ashraf, Tehren."
Box 1

Correspondent: Associated Research Councils. Washington, D.C. 1950.

Box 1

Correspondent: Atlanta University. Trevor Arnett Library. Atlanta, Georgia. 1974-1980.

Box 1

Correspondent: Atlanta University. Wallace Van Jackson Library. Atlanta, Georgia. 1944-1948.

Box 1

Correspondent: Atlantic Monthly. Boston, Mass. 1945-1950.

Scope and Content Note

Also: Rolo, Charles; Weeks, Edward
Box 1

Correspondent: Aubray, Therese. n.d.

Box 1

Correspondent: Auric, Georges. 1960.

Box 1

Correspondent: Aury, Dominique. 1953-1966.

Scope and Content Note

Also: Nouvelle Revue Francaise. Paris.
Box 1

Correspondent: Auster, Paul. 1980.

Scope and Content Note

Re Auster's proposed anthology of modern French poetry.
Box 1

Correspondent: Bachem, Bele. 1966-1983.

Scope and Content Note

Many of these letters have original sketches by Bachem.
Box 1

Correspondent: Bader, K. 1974.

Box 1

Correspondent: Bak, Robert C. 1949.

Box 1

Correspondent: Baker, Mark Allen. 1982.

Box 1

Correspondent: Balakian, Anna. 1970-1987.

Scope and Content Note

Re proposed collaborative publications on Surrealism and Symbolist movement.
Box 1

Correspondent: Ballard, Jean. 1930-1933, n.d.

General Physical Description note: [1 of 2 folders]

Scope and Content Note

Enclosed is a typescript(carbon) copy of a 2 page proposed table of contents for a special issue of Cahiers du Sud with holograph additions on page 1 by Balllard.; Cahiers du Sud. Marseilles.
3 letters and the enclosure are undated.
Box 1

Correspondent: Ballard, Jean. 1935-1941.

General Physical Description note: [2 of 2 folders]

Scope and Content Note

Also: Cahiers du Sud. Marseilles.
Box 1

Correspondent: Balliol College. Oxford. 1983-1985.

Box 1

Correspondent: Bandler, Bernard. 1929.

Scope and Content Note

Also: Hound & Horn. Cambridge, Mass.
Box 1

Correspondent: Barnstone, Willis. n.d.

Box 1

Correspondent: Baron, Todd. 1982, 1983, n.d.

Scope and Content Note

Baron's letter of 2/15/82 encloses a statement of purpose for the poetry journal, Issue. Letter dated 12/1/83 has copy of Todd Baron's poem "Pigeon hole".; Issue. Los Angeles.
4 letters are undated. Included in the correspondence are typescript(carbon) copies of Roditi's letters 3/8/83 and 8/23/83.
Box 1

Correspondent: Barzun, Jacques. 1952-1953.

Scope and Content Note

Re Roditi's translations of some of Barzun's works. Copies of Roditi's letters to Barzun are included.
Box 1

Correspondent: Bassani, Giorgio. 1952-1963.

Scope and Content Note

Included are 3 copies of Roditi's letters to Bassani.
Box 1

Correspondent: Bauschinger, Sigrid. 1980.

Box 1

Correspondent: Baxter, Iain. n.d.

Box 1

Correspondent: Bay, Andre. 1969-1970.

Scope and Content Note

Also: Editions Stock. Paris.
Box 1

Correspondent: Bazlen, Roberto. 1954.

Box 1

Correspondent: Beach, Sylvia. 1929.

Scope and Content Note

Also: Shakespeare and Company. Paris.
Re Roditi's unnamed article on James Joyce and a proposed article on "Work in Progress."
Box 1

Correspondent: Bearden, Romare. 1948.

Scope and Content Note

Authorization for reproductions of Bearden's paintings in the magazine ULENSPIEGEL.
Box 1

Correspondent: Bedou, Dominique. 1979.

Box 1

Correspondent: Behmer, Marcus. 1957.

Box 1

Correspondent: Belgian Press Association, Inc. New York. 23 April 1941.

Box 1

Correspondent: Bellmer, Hans. 1959.

Box 1

Correspondent: Ben Gurion University of the Negev. Beersheva, Israel. 1980.

Box 1

Correspondent: Benezra, Moiz. 1983.

Box 1

Correspondent: Benn, Gottfired. 1950.

Box 1

Correspondent: Bension, Ida. n.d.

Scope and Content Note

Re Roditi's unfavorable review of her husband's book.
Box 1

Correspondent: Bentley, Eric. 1950, n.d.

Box 1

Correspondent: Bergengruen, Werner. 26 July 1950.

Box 1

Correspondent: Berger, Arthur. 1951.

Box 1

Correspondent: Bergner, Yosl. 1976.

Box 2

Correspondent: Berlin Museum. Berlin. 1978-1980.

Scope and Content Note

Also: Wirth, Irmgard
Enclosed with letter of 1/3/80 are a pamphlet for "Erwerbungen und Stiftungen fuer das kuenftige Juedische Museum seit Herbst 1978," an invitation, and a card with information about the meeting.
Box 2

Correspondent: Berlin, Isaiah. 1930.

Box 2

Correspondent: Berman, Eugene. 1967-68.

Box 2

Correspondent: Bermann-Fischer / Querido Verlag. Amsterdam. 1949-1950.

Scope and Content Note

Enclosed with letter of September 1949 is a list of books by Klaus Mann.
Also: Landshoff, F. H.
Re Edouard Roditi's contribution to a book on Klaus Mann.
Box 2

Correspondent: Bernheim, Jeune et Cie. n.d.

Box 2

Correspondent: Bernheim, Mark. 1981, n.d.

Scope and Content Note

Re Edouard Roditi's introduction to the Other Languages section of VOICES WITHIN THE ARK and Mark Bernheim's review of the anthology for the JEWISH SPECTATOR.
Box 2

Correspondent: Bertele, Rene. 1971.

Scope and Content Note

Also: Editions Gallimard. Paris.
Box 2

Correspondent: Bertin, Gabriel. 1938, n.d.

Scope and Content Note

Also: Cahiers du Sud. Marseilles.
Box 2

Correspondent: Bessiere, Jean. 1981.

Scope and Content Note

Letter of thanks from Jean Bessiere to participants of Colloque Larbaud, a colloquium on Valery Larbaud.
Box 2

Correspondent: Betjeman, John.

Scope and Content Note

Also: Architectural Review. Westminster, England.
Box 2

Correspondent: Bezirksamt Charlottenburg von Gross-Berlin. Berlin. 1949-1950.

Scope and Content Note

Re Edouard Roditi's lecture at an event concerning "Goethe im Urteil des Auslandes." Typescript (carbon) of Roditi's letter, 10/3/49, in response to a speaking engagement at this event.
Box 2

Correspondent: Bien, Peter. 1963.

Scope and Content Note

Re Requesting a permission to quote from Edouard Roditi's article,"Cavafis and the Permanence of Greek History."
Box 2

Correspondent: Birmingham, Stephen.

Scope and Content Note

Re Edouard Roditi's comment on Marshall Sklare's review of Stephen Birmingham's book. Also re Birmingham's interest in the old Sephardic families of America.
Box 2

Correspondent: Bitran, Albert and Claude. 1981-1985, n.d.

Scope and Content Note

One postcard of Nigerian antiquities at the British Museum.
Box 2

Correspondent: Blackmur, R. P. 1952-1953.

Scope and Content Note

This folder includes typescript (carbon) copies of Roditi's seven letters to R. P. Blackmur and others, and a typescript(carbon) copy of James Laughlin's letter to R.P. Blackmur, 30 August 1952.
Box 2

Correspondent: Blair, Arthur. 1940.

Scope and Content Note

Also: Jones, Frank; Diogenes. Madison, Wisconsin.
Re Edouard Roditi's contribution of poems to DIOGENES.
Box 2

Correspondent: Blankertz, Stefan. 1979.

Scope and Content Note

Re Edouard Roditi's offer to review Stefan Blankertz's translation of Paul Goodman's "Making Do."
Box 2

Correspondent: Blast. Santa Barbara. 1979-1982.

Scope and Content Note

Also: Cooney, Seamus
Box 2

Correspondent: Bliven, Bruce. 1938-1950.

Scope and Content Note

Also: Lyons, Herbert Jr.; New Republic. New York.
Box 2

Correspondent: Blot, Jean. 1970, n.d.

Scope and Content Note

One item is an envelope postmarked 20 October 1970.
Box 2

Correspondent: Blum, Roland. n.d.

Scope and Content Note

New Year card from Roland Blum with Edouard Roditi's holograph comments inside.
Box 2

Correspondent: Boas, Magda van Emde. 1978.

Scope and Content Note

Re Roditi's book, DE L'HOMOXEXUALITE.
Box 2

Correspondent: Bock, Klaus. 1971.

Scope and Content Note

Re attaining information on Karl Wolfskehl. Typescript (carbon) of Edouard Roditi's letter is included.
Box 2

Correspondent: Bokownew, Joy. 1983.

Scope and Content Note

Re DIALOGUES ON ART.
Box 2

Correspondent: Bomb Magazine. New York. 1984-1985.

Scope and Content Note

Also: Sussler, Betsy
Box 2

Correspondent: Bondy, Francois. 1966.

Scope and Content Note

Also: Preuves. Paris.
Box 2

Correspondent: Bonfils, Robert. 1983, n.d.

Box 2

Correspondent: Bonnerot, Louis. 1934-1939.

Scope and Content Note

Also: Revue Anglo-Americaine. Paris.; Etudes Anglaises. Paris.
Box 2

Correspondent: Books Abroad. Norman, Oklahoma. 1940-1945.

Scope and Content Note

Also: House, Roy Temple
Box 2

Correspondent: Borgese, Giuseppe Antonio. 1938-1940, n.d.

Physical Description: [1 of 2 folders]

Scope and Content Note

Undated item, inscribed on first page "With greetings to Ed. Roditi and arrivederci presto. GAB," is group of mimeographed poems by Borgese, v.p., v.d. Many of these letters contain Borgese's comments on Roditi's paper on Dante.
Box 2

Correspondent: Borgese, Giuseppe Antonio. 1940-1950.

Physical Description: [2 of 2 folders]

Scope and Content Note

Enclosed with Borgese's typescript(carbon) letter to Ronald S.Crane, 28 April 1947, is Crane's letter to Borgese, 25 April 1945, re preparation and editing of an unnamed manuscript of Roditi's.
Includes Borgese's thanks to Roditi for his essay in the SEWANEE REVIEW and Borgese's reactions to Roditi's poetry in PRISON WITHIN PRISON.
Box 2

Correspondent: Bosquet, Alain. 1952.

Scope and Content Note

Also: Perspectives, U.S.A.
Box 2

Correspondent: Bosquet, Alain. 1949-1968.

Physical Description: [1 of 2 folders]

Scope and Content Note

Included with the correspondence is a poem, "Pour Edouard, le jour de son 50e anniversaire," by Alain Bosquet, Juin, 1960, and an English translation by Roditi?; Calmann-Levy, Editeur. Paris.
Included with the correspondence is an article, "Mes rencontres avec Edouard Roditi" by Bosquet, n.d., with holograph corrections by Roditi.
Box 2

Correspondent: Bosquet, Alain. 1969-1983.

Physical Description: [2 of 2 folders]

Scope and Content Note

The correspondence includes Roditi's typescript(carbon) letter of 12 March 1983 to Bosquet.
Box 2

Correspondent: Boss. New York. 1981-1982, n.d.

Scope and Content Note

Also: Gay, Reginald
Box 2

Correspondent: Boto, Antonio. 1957.

Box 2

Correspondent: Boucher, Andre de. 1952, n.d.

Scope and Content Note

Correspondence includes 3 typescript(carbon) copies of Roditi letters to Boucher, July - August 1952, signed by G. Sonnenfeld, Roditi's secretary. Boucher's letters are undated.
Box 2

Correspondent: Bourgois, Irenee. 1977.

Scope and Content Note

Also: Seine-Maritime Maire. Dieppe.
Box 2

Correspondent: Bowen, Margareta. 1981-1982.

Scope and Content Note

Also: Georgetown University. Washington, D.C.
Included is a typescript(carbon) copy of Roditi's letter to Bowen, 8 March 1981. With Bowen's letter of 28 July 1982 is a typescript(carbon) copy of biographical information provided by Roditi.
Box 2

Correspondent: Bower, Anthony. n.d.

Scope and Content Note

Also: New Directions. Norfolk, Connecticut.
Box 2

Correspondent: Bowles, Paul. n.d.

Physical Description: [1 of 5 folders]

Scope and Content Note

Two letters have original sketches.
Box 2

Correspondent: Bowles, Paul. n.d.

Physical Description: [2 of 5 folders]
Box 2

Correspondent: Bowles, Paul. 1931-1932.

Physical Description: [3 of 5 folders]

Scope and Content Note

9 items in this folder are postcards. Includes 1 empty envelope.
Box 2

Correspondent: Bowles, Paul. 1932-1973.

Physical Description: [4 of 5 folders]

Scope and Content Note

A newspaper clipping is enclosed with Bowles' letter of 1932.
Three postcards are included in this folder.
Box 2

Correspondent: Bowles, Paul. 1973-1978.

Physical Description: [5 of 5 folders]
Box 2

Correspondent: Boyle, Kay. 1928,1966.

Scope and Content Note

Enclosed with a letter of November 11, 1966 is a poem by Kay Boyle.
With comments on Robert McAlmon's autobiography, BEING GENIUSES TOGETHER.
Box 2

Correspondent: Brack, Paul. 1937.

Scope and Content Note

Also: Marianne. Paris.
Box 2

Correspondent: Braun, Sigismund von. 1961-1970.

Box 2

Correspondent: Braun, Udo. n.d.

Box 2

Correspondent: Bravo, Claudio. n.d.

Box 2

Correspondent: Breicha, Otto. 1967-1968.

Scope and Content Note

Also: Europa Verlags-AG. Wien.
Box 2

Correspondent: Breitbach, Joseph. 1963.

Box 2

Correspondent: Brent, Jonathan. 1975-1967.

Scope and Content Note

Also: Chicago Review. Chicago, Ill.
Box 2

Correspondent: Brentano, B. von. 1935.

Box 2

Correspondent: Breton, Andre. 1947-1959.

Scope and Content Note

Also: Exposition Internationale du Surrealisme. Paris.; Cause. Paris.
Box 2

Correspondent: Briarcliff Quarterly. Briarcliff Manor, New York. 1946.

Box 2

Correspondent: British Broadcasting Corporation. London. 1950-1983.

Scope and Content Note

Re an interview with Edouard Roditi for a special documentary on Marc Chagall.
Box 2

Correspondent: British Information Services. New York. 1945.

Scope and Content Note

Re permission to reprint Edouard Roditi's article, "Trick Perspectives."
Box 2

Correspondent: British Israel World Federation. London. 1983.

Scope and Content Note

Edouard Roditi's letter to BIWF concerning Reverend Jacob Samuel's discussion of Lost Ten Tribes of Israel.
Box 2

Correspondent: Britten, Coburn. 1973-1975.

Scope and Content Note

Letter of 28 July 1974 has a photocopy of Edouard Roditi's biographical note.
Also: Prose. New York.
Letter of 26 March 1975 is written by Coburn Britten to Pearson.
Box 2

Correspondent: Broch, Hermann. 1946-1984.

Scope and Content Note

Also: Broch, Rotherman de; Lenowitz, Harris
Two letters written by Harris Lenowitz and Broch de Rotherman are addressed to Edouard Roditi. Includes a photocopy (carbon) of Edouard Roditi's letter to Broch de Rotherman.
Box 2

Correspondent: Bronowski, Jacob. n.d.

Scope and Content Note

Also: Caravan. Cambridge?
Box 2

Correspondent: Brooks, Cleanth, Jr. 1941.

Scope and Content Note

Also: Southern Review. Louisiana State University. Louisiana.
Box 2

Correspondent: Brown University. Providence, Rhode Island. 1967-1971.

Scope and Content Note

Re Edouard Roditi's visiting lectureship at Brown University.
Box 2

Correspondent: Brown, John L. 1969.

Box 2

Correspondent: Bucher, T. 1932.

Box 2

Correspondent: Buechner, Franz. 1948.

Box 2

Correspondent: Gompertz, H.A. 1952.

Scope and Content Note

Also: Laughlin, James; Perspectives, U.S.A.
Box 2

Correspondent: Holocaust and Genocide Studies. Oxford and New York. 1987-1988.

Box 2

Correspondent: Watkins, Ray. 1988.

Box 3

Correspondent: Cadmus Edition. Santa Barbara, California. 1981-1984.

Scope and Content Note

Three postcards are included.
Box 3

Correspondent: Caetani, Marguerite. n.d.

Box 3

Correspondent: Cahn, Marcelle. 1972.

Box 3

Correspondent: Caillois, R. 1945-1948.

Scope and Content Note

Also: Sur. Dirigida por Victoria Ocampo. Buenos Aires.
Box 3

Correspondent: Calas, Nicolas. 1938-1975, n.d.

Scope and Content Note

Enclosed is a poem, "Meadowflower of Pale and Jet," written for Edouard Roditi by Nicolas Calas?, April 1940. Does not have accompanying letter or envelope.
Five items are undated, including one postcard. Includes photocopy of Nicolas Calas' letter of 6 February 1978 to Orenstein.
Box 3

Correspondent: Calik, Guelsen. 1982.

Scope and Content Note

Typescript (carbon) of Roditi's letter, 26 July 1982, in response to a reader's criticism of Paul Goodman's introduction to Roditi's book, THRICE CHOSEN.
Box 3

Correspondent: Camille, Georgette. 1930-1933, n.d.

Scope and Content Note

Three items are undated. Includes two postcards.
Box 3

Correspondent: Camprubi, Ulrica v. Kuhlmann. 1950.

Box 3

Correspondent: Camus, Albert. 1958.

Scope and Content Note

Also: Galerie Lucie Weill. Paris.
Includes two photocopies of Albert Camus' letter(1) to Roditi and one photocopy of Albert Camus' introduction letter of Jean de Maisonseul's art exhibition.
Box 3

Correspondent: Canada. International Labour Office. Montreal. 1946.

Scope and Content Note

Also: Bureau International du Travail. Montreal.
Box 3

Correspondent: Canadian Broadcasting Corporation. London. 1983.

Scope and Content Note

Also: Societe Radio-Canada. London.
Re possible participation by Roditi in a radio documentary on the life of George Orwell.
Box 3

Correspondent: Capasso, Aldo. n.d.

Box 3

Correspondent: Cappon, Alexander. 1939-1951, n.d.

Scope and Content Note

Also: University Review. University of Kansas City. Kansas City.
One letter is undated. Includes letters from Claunse R. Decker.
Box 3

Correspondent: Carcanet New Press Limited. London. 1984.

Scope and Content Note

Also: Schmidt, Michael
Includes typescript (carbon) of 5 Roditi's letters.
Box 3

Correspondent: Carl Hanser Verlag. Munich. 1972,1981.

Scope and Content Note

Letter dated 7/81 has photocopies of Kritik of Madeleine und Andre Gide and Weg und Wandlung Ernst Jungers by Fritz Arnold.
Box 3

Correspondent: Caruso, Igor. 1963.

Box 3

Correspondent: Carvalho, Amorim de. 1951.

Scope and Content Note

Also: Prometeu. Porto, Brazil.
Box 3

Correspondent: Casson, Jean. 1931-1968, n.d.

Scope and Content Note

Also: Ministere de l'Education Nationale. Paris.; Ministere de la Justice. Paris.
One letter is undated.
Box 3

Correspondent: Castro, Ferreira de. 1968.

Box 3

Correspondent: Cattaui, Georges. 1931-1952, n.d.

Scope and Content Note

Also: Editions Rene Julliard. Paris.
Two letters are undated. Includes typescript (carbon) of Roditi's letter, 3 October 1952, to Georges Cattaui.
Box 3

Correspondent: Cela, Camilo Jose. 1960-1981.

Scope and Content Note

Also: Academia Real de España. Madrid, Spain.; Papeles de son Armadans. Palma de Mallorca, Spain.
Box 3

Correspondent: Celan, Paul. 1952, n.d.

Box 3

Correspondent: Centre Culturel Juif. Paris. 1973.

Scope and Content Note

Includes Typescript (carbon) of Roditi's letter, 30 January 1973, to Centre Culturel Juif.
Box 3

Correspondent: Centre European de la Culture. Geneve. 1952, n.d.

Scope and Content Note

Also: Wilson, Paul
Box 3

Correspondent: Centre Georges Pompidou. Paris. 1981-1982.

Scope and Content Note

Also: Abadie, Daniel
Re the catalogue of Paul Jackson. Re reproduction of Roditi's article, "La position peripherique du Vorticiste anglais."
Box 3

Correspondent: Cesariny, Mario. 1970-1988, n.d.

Box 3

Correspondent: Chagall, Marc. 1957-1965.

Scope and Content Note

Re Roditi's article on Marc Chagall.
Box 3

Correspondent: Chapiro, Jacques. 1961.

Scope and Content Note

With drawing.
Box 3

Correspondent: Char, Rene. 1981-1982.

Scope and Content Note

Includes typescript (carbon) of Roditi's letter, 7 December 1981, to Rene Char. Re translating Rene Char's poems to English.
Box 3

Correspondent: Charioteer. Madison, New Jersey. 1981-1982.

Scope and Content Note

Re Roditi's interview article on Tsarouhis.
Box 3

Correspondent: Charlton, Lionel Evelyn Oswald.

Scope and Content Note

One item is Roditi's note on his acquaintance with Lionel Charlton.
Box 3

Correspondent: Chauvy, Jean. 1931.

Box 3

Correspondent: Chevalier, Haakon. 1939-1985.

Box 3

Correspondent: Chevrillon, Andre. n.d.

Scope and Content Note

Card with manuscript note.
Box 3

Correspondent: Chimet, Jordan. 1974?.

Box 3

Correspondent: Chipp, Herschel B. n.d.

Box 3

Correspondent: Choukri, Mohamed. 1969.

Box 3

Correspondent: Cioran, E.M. 1953-1984, n.d.

Scope and Content Note

Five items are undated.
Box 3

Correspondent: Clampitt, Amy. 1984-1988.

Scope and Content Note

With letter of 5/20/88, copy of her poem "The prairie."
Box 3

Correspondent: Clemens, Cyril. 1948.

Scope and Content Note

Also: International Honorary Society. Saint Louis, Missouri.
Re an honorary membership in the International Mark Twain Society.
Box 3

Correspondent: Clipper. Hollywood, California. 1940-1941.

Box 3

Correspondent: Cocteau, Jean. n.d.

Box 3

Correspondent: Codrescu, Andrei.

Scope and Content Note

ER's letter to AC, n.d., encloses ER's translations of poems.; Exquisite Corpse. University of Baltimore. Baltimore, Maryland.
Includes typescript(carbons) of Roditi's 2 letters, 9 March and 28 April 1984. Re Roditi's article, "News from the salt mines" and his autobiography, The Age of Improvidence.
Box 3

Correspondent: Coelho, Jacinto do Prado. 1973-1975.

Scope and Content Note

Includes photocopy of Jacinto Coelho's letter, 10 November 1975 with ER`s notes.
Box 3

Correspondent: Cohen, Albert. 1963-1975.

Box 3

Correspondent: Cohen, B. 1980.

Box 3

Correspondent: Cohen, Ira. 1982-1986, n.d.

Scope and Content Note

With an undated postcard, enclosed are Spirit Catcher Bookshop broadsheet of poems by various authors, Katmandu, November 1975, and a printed untitled poem by Ira Cohen, Benares, February 1975.
Three items are undated. Two items are exhibition and poetry reading brochures.
Box 3

Correspondent: Cohen, Marvin. 1976, n.d.

Scope and Content Note

Re a variety of personal matters.
Box 3

Correspondent: Cohen-Portheim, Paul. 1932, n.d.

Scope and Content Note

These two postcards are in French.
Box 3

Correspondent: Coleman, John. 1979.

Scope and Content Note

This is a postcard.
Box 3

Correspondent: Comite Economique et Social. And Section de l'Agriculture. France. 1979.

Box 3

Correspondent: Commentary. New York. 1949-1987.

Scope and Content Note

Enclosed with a letter from Commentary, 5 November 1971, is a letter from a reader regarding Roditi's article, "The Real Grandees."
Clipped together with a letter, October 20 1971, is a permission to translate and publish, "The Real Grandees" in Ocidente. Two letters of criticism on Roditi's article, "the Real Grandees" are included.
Box 3

Correspondent: Common Ground. New York. 1941.

Scope and Content Note

Re Edouard Roditi's submission to the publication.
Box 3

Correspondent: Common, Jack. 1933.

Scope and Content Note

Also: Adelphi. London.
Box 3

Correspondent: Comparative Literature. University of Oregon, Eugene. 1949-1950.

Scope and Content Note

Also: Beall, Chandler B.
Re Edouard Roditi's submission of his article, "The Wisdom and Folly of Edward Benlowes" to the publication.
Box 3

Correspondent: Compton-Burnett, Ivy. 1935.

Box 3

Correspondent: Comunidad Israelita de Madrid. Madrid. 1977.

Box 3

Correspondent: Conference on Security and Co-operation in Europe. Madrid. 1981.

Box 3

Correspondent: Congregation Shearith Israel. New York. 1984, n.d.

Box 3

Correspondent: Congress Bi-Weekly. New York. 1969.

Box 3

Correspondent: Conradiana. University of Maryland. College Park, Md. 1968.

Scope and Content Note

Also: Bojarski, Edmund A.
Re Edouard Roditi's comments on Joseph Conrad.
Box 3

Correspondent: Contact. London. 1950.

Box 3

Correspondent: Cook, Geoffrey. 1982.

Scope and Content Note

Enclosed is Geoffrey Cook's translation of the hymns of Aurelius Prudentius Clemens.
ER has corrected Cook's translation.
Box 3

Correspondent: Cook, Mercer. 1953.

Scope and Content Note

Re a prospective gift of manuscripts by Rabearivelo to Howard University.
Box 3

Correspondent: Copland, Aaron. n.d.

Box 3

Correspondent: Cordan, Wolfgang. 1948-1951.

Box 3

Correspondent: Cornell University. Ithaca, New York. 1947-1950.

Scope and Content Note

Re possible translation work on a l5-volume of Goethe's works.
Box 3

Correspondent: Corso, Gregory.

Box 3

Correspondent: Coulibaly, Clement. 1975.

Box 3

Correspondent: Cowley, Malcolm. 1938-1939.

Scope and Content Note

Also: New Republic. New York.
Box 3

Correspondent: Creative Age Press. New York. n.d.

Box 3

Correspondent: Creative Writing. Chicago. 1939, n.d.

Box 3

Correspondent: Creekmore, Hubert. 1946-1950.

Scope and Content Note

Also: New Directions. Norfolk, Connecticut.
Request for ER to supply a bibliography for his book on Oscar Wilde.
Box 3

Correspondent: Crohmalniceanu, Ovid. 1974-1981.

Box 3

Correspondent: Croisset, Francois de. 1935-1936.

Box 3

Correspondent: Crosby, Caresse. 1930.

Scope and Content Note

Re Edouard Roditi's translation of "Illuminations."
Box 3

Correspondent: Cullen, Countee. 1930-1932.

Box 3

Correspondent: Cuny, Jutta. 1976, n.d.

Scope and Content Note

Enclosed with Jutta Cuny's letter of 24 June 1976 are Cuny's bibliographical notes and exposition record.
Box 3

Correspondent: Curtius, Ernst Robert. 1940-1950.

Box 3

Correspondent: Cutler-Shaw, Joyce. 1982-1985.

Scope and Content Note

Enclosed with JC-S's letter of 13 July 1982 is a letter from Roger Revelle to JC-S. Enclosed with JC-S's statement at an art event for the United nations Plaza is ER's statement on the United Nations.
Box 3

Correspondent: Czapski, Jozef. 1950-1966, n.d.

Box 4

Correspondent: Dadelsen, Jean-Paul. 1952, n.d.

Physical Description: [1 of 3 folders]

Scope and Content Note

Also: Centre European de la Culture. Geneve.
Box 4

Correspondent: Dadelsen, Jean-Paul. 1952.

Physical Description: [2 of 3 folders]

Scope and Content Note

Also: Centre European de la Culture. Geneve.
Box 4

Correspondent: Dadelsen, Jean-Paul. 1952-1953.

Physical Description: [3 of 3 folders]

Scope and Content Note

Also: Centre European de la Culture. Geneve.
Box 4

Correspondent: Dali, Salvador. 1964, n.d.

Box 4

Correspondent: Dalmas, Andre. n.d.

Scope and Content Note

With Edouard Roditi's holograph notes on the verso.
Box 4

Correspondent: Dartmouth College. Hanover, New Hampshire. 1942.

Box 4

Correspondent: David, Andre. n.d.

Box 4

Correspondent: Davies, Peter. 1937.

Box 4

Correspondent: De Vries, Peter. 1940-1944, n.d.

Scope and Content Note

Also: Poetry. Chicago.
Box 4

Correspondent: Decavalles, Andonis. 1978-1981.

Scope and Content Note

Re ER's interview with Tsaroughis. Includes typescript (carbon) of ER's letter, 3/20/81, to AD.
Box 4

Correspondent: Decker, James A. 1939, n.d.

Physical Description: [1 of 3 folders]

Scope and Content Note

Also: Compass. Prairie City, Illinois.
Three letters are undated.
Box 4

Correspondent: Decker, James A. 1940-1941.

Physical Description: [2 of 3 folders]

Scope and Content Note

Also: Press of James A. Decker. Prairie City, Illinois.
Box 4

Correspondent: Decker, James A. 1941-1942.

Physical Description: [3 of 3 folders]

Scope and Content Note

Also: Press of James A. Decker. Prairie City, Illinois.
Box 4

Correspondent: Degras, Henry Ernest. 1937, n.d.

Scope and Content Note

Also: Benney, Mark
Nine letters are undated. Pseudonym of Henry Ernest Degras is Mark Benney.
Box 4

Correspondent: Dell, Jeffrey. 1936.

Scope and Content Note

Re a recommendation letter for Edouard Roditi by Jeffrey Dell.
Box 4

Correspondent: Delmas, Jean-Jacques. 1982-1985.

Scope and Content Note

With ER's holograph notes on envelope of January 1984.
Box 4

Correspondent: Delpech, Jeanine. 1949.

Box 4

Correspondent: Dereaux, Philippe. 1964.

Box 4

Correspondent: Deshell, Maier. 1971.

Scope and Content Note

Also: Commentary. New York.
Box 4

Correspondent: Desnos, Robert. 1929, n.d.

Box 4

Correspondent: Deutsche Rundschau. Berlin. 1950.

Box 4

Correspondent: Development Corporation for Israel. Paris. 1966.

Box 4

Correspondent: Diamond, David. 1982-1983.

Box 4

Correspondent: Dickey, R. P. 1968.

Box 4

Correspondent: Dictionary of Literary and Dramatic Criticism. New York. 1941-1942.

Box 4

Correspondent: Dictionary of the Arts. New York. 1941.

Box 4

Correspondent: Dictionary of World Literature. New York. 1943.

Box 4

Correspondent: Dillon, George. 1938-1941.

Scope and Content Note

Also: Poetry. Chicago.
Box 4

Correspondent: Dillon, Millicent. 1978.

Box 4

Correspondent: Diogenes. n.p. n.d.

Scope and Content Note

Also: Jones, Frank
Box 4

Correspondent: Divok, Mario. 1973.

Box 4

Correspondent: Djerassi Foundation. Woodside, California. 1983-1984.

Box 4

Correspondent: Dotton, T.L.A.

Box 4

Correspondent: Downtown Gallery. New York. 1948.

Box 4

Correspondent: Duff, Charles. 1937, n.d.

Box 4

Correspondent: Duhamel, Marcel. 1973-1974, n.d.

Scope and Content Note

Also: Herne. Paris.
Box 4

Correspondent: Dunnan, Donald W. 1978.

Box 4

Correspondent: Ebenstein, William. 1950.

Box 4

Correspondent: Eberhart, Richard. 1968.

Box 4

Correspondent: Eco, Umberto. 1968, 1978.

Box 4

Correspondent: Editions Bernard Grasset. Paris. 1936, 1987.

Box 4

Correspondent: Editions de la Maison Francaise. New York. 1941-1942.

Box 4

Correspondent: Editions de la Revue Fontaine. Paris. 1948.

Box 4

Correspondent: Editions de Minuit. Paris. 1983.

Box 4

Correspondent: Editions du Sagittaire. Paris. 1946.

Box 4

Correspondent: Editions Fata Morgana. Montpellier, France. 1980.

Box 4

Correspondent: Editions Gallimard. Paris. 1965-1969.

Box 4

Correspondent: Eisner, Lotte. 1952, n.d.

Box 4

Correspondent: Elbaz, Andre. 1983-1985, n.d.

Box 4

Correspondent: Eliot, T. S. 1928-1931.

Physical Description: [1 of 3 folders]

Scope and Content Note

Also: Faber and Faber Ltd. London.; Criterion. London.
With discussion of translating "Anabase" by St. John Perse. One item is a postcard.
Box 4

Correspondent: Eliot, T. S. 1932-1938.

Physical Description: [2 of 3 folders]

Scope and Content Note

Also: Faber and Faber Ltd. London.; Criterion. London.
Includes a photostatic copy of T. S. Eliot's letter to the Aliens' Office, British government, 11 November 1936, supporting Roditi's request for residency.
Box 4

Correspondent: Eliot, T. S. 1944-1963.

Physical Description: [3 of 3 folders]

Scope and Content Note

Also: Faber and Faber Ltd. London.; Criterion. London.
Includes a photocopy of T. S. Eliot's letter, 8 August 1944, to Thomas Stauffer. Typescript of Edouard Roditi's letter, 6 May 1963, to T. S. Eliot.
Box 4

Correspondent: Elliot, Alistair. 1984.

Box 4

Correspondent: Emblen, Don. 1984, n.d.

Scope and Content Note

Also: Clamshell Press. Santa Rosa, California.
Box 4

Correspondent: Empson, W. [William?]. 1932.

Box 4

Correspondent: Encounter. London. 1968-1983.

Box 4

Correspondent: Encyclopedia Judaica. Jerusalem. New York (American office). 1968, n.d.

Scope and Content Note

Enclosed with an undated letter is a list of Jewish artists of the Ecole de Paris.
Also: Lachman, Frederick R.
Three items list names of artists only.
Box 4

Correspondent: Engel, Jerome, Jr. 1984.

Box 4

Correspondent: Engle, Paul. 1975-1976.

Scope and Content Note

Also: International Writing Program. University of Iowa. Iowa City.
Box 4

Correspondent: English, Maurice. 1965-1971, n.d.

Physical Description: [1 of 2 folders]

Scope and Content Note

Also: Temple University Press. Philadelphia.
Box 4

Correspondent: English, Maurice. 1972-1976.

Physical Description: [2 of 2 folders]

Scope and Content Note

Enclosed with Maurice English's letter of 9 March 1972 is photocopy of English's poem, "The womb."; Temple University Press. Philadelphia.
Maurice English's letter, 10 July 1972, to Edouard Roditi is a photocopy. Re possible publication of Roditi's book on the Parsee Community of Bombay.
Box 4

Correspondent: Enzensberger, Hans Magnus. 1955.

Box 4

Correspondent: Erikson, Buzz. 1981.

Box 4

Correspondent: Ernst, Max. 1966, n.d.

Scope and Content Note

Also: Roditi, Harold
One item is an empty envelope from Max Ernst to Harold Roditi. The other is a postcard from Max Ernst to Edouard Roditi.
Box 4

Correspondent: Ertel, K. F. 1964.

Box 4

Correspondent: Eshleman, Clayton. 1973-1976.

Scope and Content Note

Enclosed with a letter of 2 March 1973 is a Caterpillar backfile description list.
Included is a poem, "For Hans Bellmer, paralyzed," by Eshleman, September 1973, inscribed for Edouard Roditi.
Box 4

Correspondent: Etiemble, Rene. n.d.

Physical Description: [1 of 3 folders]
Box 4

Correspondent: Etiemble, Rene. n.d.

Physical Description: [1 of 3 folders]
Box 4

Correspondent: Etiemble, Rene. 1986-1987.

Physical Description: [3 of 3 folders]
Box 4

Correspondent: Eugen Diederichs Verlag. Duesseldorf and Koeln. 1981-1982.

Box 4

Correspondent: Europe. Paris. 1935.

Box 4

Correspondent: European Judaism. London. 1967-1981.

Scope and Content Note

Also: Marcus, Marcel; Friedlander, Albert H.
Box 4

Correspondent: Exideuil, Pierre. 1932.

Box 4

Correspondent: Exiles Press. New York. 1939.

Box 4

Correspondent: Eydoux, Emmanuel. 1981.

Box 4

Correspondent: Ezekiel, Nissim. 1965-1967, n.d.

Scope and Content Note

Also: Poetry India. Bombay, India.
Includes a letter of recommendation for Edouard Roditi from Nissim Ezekiel to G. D. Parikh. Copies of letters from Nissim Ezekiel to Robert Koch, 31 January 1967, and a letter from Ezekiel to Caroline Shrodes, 17 February 1967, are included.
Box 5

Correspondent: Faber and Faber Ltd. London. 1965-1968.

Physical Description: [1 of 11 folders]

Scope and Content Note

Also: Calouste Gulbenkian Foundation. Lisbon.
Re Edouard Roditi's biography of Magellan and a grant to Edouard Roditi from the Gulbenkian Foundation of Lisbon. Includes a receipt of the grant from Gulbenkian Foundation.
Box 5

Correspondent: Faber and Faber Ltd. London. 1968-1971.

Physical Description: [2 of 11 folders]

Scope and Content Note

Also: Pringle, Alan
Enclosed with letter of 20 February 1969 is a receipt in Portuguese for various expenses. With letter of 15 April 1981 is a note from Faber and Faber Ltd. re a book sent to the wrong address.
Also: Woodcock, George
Re Edouard Roditi's book, Magellan of the Pacific. Includes typescript (carbon) of Roditi's 3 letters (2 letters are identical) to Alan Pringle and a photocopy of Roditi's letter to George Woodcock.
Box 5

Correspondent: Faber and Faber Ltd. London. 1971.

Physical Description: [3 of 11 folders]

Scope and Content Note

Also: Woodcock, George; McIntosh and Otis, Inc. New York.
Re publishing rights for Edouard Roditi's book, Magellan of the Pacific. Includes typescript (carbon) of Roditi's 3 letters to Shirley Fisher, Alan Pringle and George Woodcock.
Box 5

Correspondent: Faber and Faber Ltd. London. 1971.

Physical Description: [4 of 11 folders]

Scope and Content Note

Enclosed with letter of 19 November 1971 is a receipt for a registered parcel. With letter of 7 October 1971, Alan Pringle's secretary has enclosed an extract from George Wookcock's letter to Alan Pringle.
Also: Pringle, Alan
Re editing Edouard Roditi's book, Magellan of the Pacific. Includes typescript (carbon) of Roditi's three letters to Alan Pringle.
Box 5

Correspondent: Faber and Faber Ltd. London. 1971-1972.

Physical Description: [5 of 11 folders]

Scope and Content Note

Also: Woodcock, George; Pringle, Alan
Re editing Edouard Roditi's book, Magellan of the Pacific. Includes typescripts of Roditi's 3 letters to Alan Pringle and a letter to George Woodcock.
Box 5

Correspondent: Faber and Faber Ltd. London. 1972.

Physical Description: [6 of 11 folders]

Scope and Content Note

Also: Pringle, Alan
Re publication of Edouard Roditi's book, Magellan of the Pacific. Includes typescripts of Roditi's 2 letters to Alan Pringle.
Box 5

Correspondent: Faber and Faber Ltd. London. 1972.

Physical Description: [7 of 11 folders]

Scope and Content Note

Also: Gobey, J
Enclosed with Edouard Roditi's letter of 22 July 1972 is the index to Roditi's book, Magellan of the Pacific.; Pringle, Alan
Re publication of Edouard Roditi's book, Magellan of the Pacific. Possible publication of Roditi's book on the Parsee community. Includes typescript (carbon) of Roditi's 2 letters to Sally Lane, 1 letter to J. Gobey and 1 letter to Alan Pringle.
Box 5

Correspondent: Faber and Faber Ltd. London. 1972.

Physical Description: [8 of 11 folders]

Scope and Content Note

Also: Rye, Caroline T; Pringle, Alan
Re publicity and promotion of Edouard Roditi's book, Magellan of the Pacific. Typescripts of Roditi's 3 letters to Alan Pringle and 1 letter to Caroline T. Rye.
Box 5

Correspondent: Faber and Faber Ltd. London. 1972-1973.

Physical Description: [9 of 11 folders]

Scope and Content Note

Re publicity and promotion of Edouard Roditi's book, Magellan of the Pacific. Includes typescript(carbon) of Roditi's 2 letters to Judith Fiennes and a photocopy of Matthew Evans' letter to W. M. Linz, 22 January 1973.
Box 5

Correspondent: Faber and Faber Ltd. London. 1973-1977.

Physical Description: [10 of 11 folders]

Scope and Content Note

Re publicity and promotion of Edouard Roditi's book, Magellan of the Pacific. Typescript(carbon) of Edouard Roditi's letter to Judith Fiennes, 6 October 1973, and to Faber and Faber Ltd., 20 January 1977.
Box 5

Correspondent: Faber and Faber Ltd. London. 1977-1979.

Physical Description: [11 of 11 folders]

Scope and Content Note

Re publicity and promotion of Edouard Roditi's book, Magellan of the Pacific. Typescript(carbon) of Roditi's 3 letters to Judith Fiennes, concerning foreign rights of Magellan of the Pacific.
Box 5

Correspondent: Fabri, Albrecht. 1964-1968.

Scope and Content Note

These letters are in German.
Box 5

Correspondent: Faisal, II. 1958.

Scope and Content Note

This is an invitation to Iraqi King Faisal II's birthday reception in London.
Box 5

Correspondent: Faria, Carlos. 1976.

Scope and Content Note

This letter is in Portuguese.
Box 5

Correspondent: Farrell, James T. 1969.

Scope and Content Note

Enclosed with James Farrell's letter, 7 January 1969, are Edouard Rodit's holograph notes re Farrell's incoherent letter.
Box 5

Correspondent: Favre, Lucienne. 1929.

Scope and Content Note

This letter is in French.
Box 5

Correspondent: Fedder, Robin. n.d.

Box 5

Correspondent: Federation Francaise de l'Organisation Internationale des Femmes Sionistes. Paris. 1982.

Scope and Content Note

Enclosed with Federation Francaise's letter to Roditi is a photocopy of its documentation.
These letters are in French.
Box 5

Correspondent: Felstiner, John. 1984.

Scope and Content Note

Re Paul Celan's works.
Box 5

Correspondent: Feraoun, Mouloud. 1954-1955.

Scope and Content Note

Also: Ecole de Garcons de Fort-National. Fort-National.
These letters are in French.
Box 5

Correspondent: Fiami, Lionelle. 1939.

Scope and Content Note

Also: Dante. Revue de Culture Latine. Paris.
This letter is in French.
Box 5

Correspondent: Fiction. New York. 1977.

Box 5

Correspondent: Fiedler, Frank K. 1949.

Scope and Content Note

Re Edouard Roditi's book on Oscar Wilde.
Box 5

Correspondent: Fiere, Claude. 1974.

Box 5

Correspondent: Fini, Leonor. 1969-1980, n.d.

Scope and Content Note

These letters are in French. One item is a telegram. Two letters are undated.
Box 5

Correspondent: Fischer (S.) Verlag und der Fischer Buecherei. Germany. 1958.

Box 5

Correspondent: Five x Eight Press. Harrington Park, New Jersey. 1934, 1943.

Box 5

Correspondent: Fixel, Lawrence. 1970-1980, n.d.

Physical Description: [1 of 2 folders]
Box 5

Correspondent: Fixel, Lawrence. 1980-1984.

Physical Description: [2 of 2 folders]
Box 5

Correspondent: Flair. New York. 1950.

Scope and Content Note

Also: Rolo, Charles
Box 5

Correspondent: Flouquet, P. L. 1926-1933.

Box 5

Correspondent: Fondane, Benjamin. n.d.

Scope and Content Note

With photocopy.
Box 5

Correspondent: Fondeville, Pierre M. n.d.

Box 5

Correspondent: Ford, Charles Henri. 1929-1930, n.d.

Physical Description: [1 of 8 folders]
Box 5

Correspondent: Ford, Charles Henri. 1931-1940.

Physical Description: [2 of 8 folders]

Scope and Content Note

Charles Ford's letter of 12 August 1940 has holograph notes by Edouard Roditi on the verso.
Box 5

Correspondent: Ford, Charles Henri. 1940-1941.

Physical Description: [3 of 8 folders]

Scope and Content Note

Also: View. The Press of James A. Decker. New York.
Box 5

Correspondent: Ford, Charles Henri. 1944-1952.

Physical Description: [4 of 8 folders]
Box 5

Correspondent: Ford, Charles Henri. 1952-1975.

Physical Description: [5 of 8 folders]

Scope and Content Note

Enclosed with Charles Ford's letter, 18 May 1970, is a list of names of possible contributors to a proposed book, Multiple Exposures.
Box 5

Correspondent: Ford, Charles Henri. 1975-1978.

Physical Description: [6 of 8 folders]

Scope and Content Note

Also: Tamang, Indra
One item is an exhibition announcement for photographs by Ford, "Thirty images from Italy," Carlton Gallery, New York, 5 - 29 November 1975, with inscription from "Charles and Indra" on the back.
Box 5

Correspondent: Ford, Charles Henri. 1980-1982.

Physical Description: [7 of 8 folders]

Scope and Content Note

Enclosed with Rene Char's letter of 16 February 1982 is a French and English translation.
Also: Char, Rene
One item is an exhibition catalogue of Charles Ford. One letter from Rene Char is included but the addressee is not identified.
Box 5

Correspondent: Ford, Charles Henri. 1982-1984.

Physical Description: [8 of 8 folders]
Box 5

Correspondent: Foreign Affairs. New York. 1949.

Box 5

Correspondent: Foucart, Claude. 1983.

Scope and Content Note

This letter is in German.
Box 5

Correspondent: Fougeres, Michel. 1975, n.d.

Scope and Content Note

Five letters are undated. One item is a postcard. These letters are in French.
Box 5

Correspondent: Foundation Gulbenkian. Paris. 1968.

Scope and Content Note

These letters are in French.
Box 5

Correspondent: Frank. Paris. 1984.

Scope and Content Note

Also: Applefield, David
Includes a typescript of Edouard Roditi's letter, 19 April 1984, to David Applefield.
Box 5

Correspondent: Freese, Winifred. 1979.

Box 5

Correspondent: Frere, Claude. 1973-1976, n.d.

Scope and Content Note

These letters are in French. One item is an interview with Edouard Roditi.
Box 5

Correspondent: Friedlander, Albert H. 1979-1984.

Scope and Content Note

Also: European Judaism. London.
Re Edouard Roditi's submission of articles on various topics in Judaism to the publication. Includes typescript(carbon) of Roditi's 2 letters, 21 June 1979 and 13 March 1984, to Alfred H. Friedlander.
Box 5

Correspondent: Fritz, Heinz. 1951.

Scope and Content Note

These letters are in German.
Box 5

Correspondent: Front. Amsterdam. 1931.

Box 5

Correspondent: Fundacao Calouste Gulbenkian. Lisbon. 1983.

Box 5

Correspondent: Furioso. Northfield, Minnesota. 1947.

Scope and Content Note

Discussion of new German writing since 1938.
Box 6

Correspondent: Centre Culturel Allemand. Goethe-Institut Paris. 1976.

Scope and Content Note

Also: Marschall von Bieberstein, Michael
Letter of 12 February 1976 is in German. The other two items are in French.
Box 6

Correspondent: Gadamer, Hans-Georg. 1948, n.d.

Scope and Content Note

Also: Johann-Wolfgang-Goethe Universitaet. Frankfurt.
These letters are in German.
Box 6

Correspondent: Gaess, Roger W. 1971-1972, n.d.

Physical Description: [1 of 2 folders]

Scope and Content Note

Also: Kleinhans, Larry; Expatriate Review. New York and London.
Box 6

Correspondent: Gaess, Roger W. 1973-1984.

Physical Description: [2 of 2 folders]

Scope and Content Note

Also: Expatriate Review. New York.
Box 6

Correspondent: Galassi, Jonathan. 1984.

Scope and Content Note

Also: Random House. New York.
Includes typescript(carbon) copies of Roditi's letters to Galassi, 20 February and 2l May 1984. Roditi's letter of 28 February gives details of his proposed autobiography, The Age of Improvidence.
Box 6

Correspondent: Galerie de Paris. Paris. 1969.

Scope and Content Note

Also: Martinais Manguin, Lucile
This letter is in French.
Box 6

Correspondent: Galerie Levy. Hamburg and Paris. 1979.

Scope and Content Note

Also: Guttman, Anne Katrin
These letters are in German.
Box 6

Correspondent: Galerie Vendome. Paris. 1963.

Scope and Content Note

Also: Brami, E.L.
This letter is in French.
Box 6

Correspondent: Gallimard, Gaston. 1928.

Scope and Content Note

Also: Librairie Gallimard. Paris.
This letter is in French.
Box 6

Correspondent: Ganz, Fedor. 1982, n.d.

Scope and Content Note

One item is an undated postcard with biographical information about Ganz. The other item is a receipt for books sold by Ganz to Roditi,Rome, 24 July 1982.
Box 6

Correspondent: Gardner, Geoffrey. 1975-1981.

Scope and Content Note

With Gardner's letter of 18 October 1980 are photocopies of his bibliography and statements to the Guggenheim and Rockefeller Foundations.; Ark. New York.
Included with Gardner's letter of 15 June 1981 is a typescript(carbon) copy of Roditi's statement on the San Francisco Anarchist Circlewritten for Gardner's application for a National Endowment for the Humanities grant.
Box 6

Correspondent: Gascoyne, David. 1983.

Scope and Content Note

Included is a typescript(carbon) copy of Roditi's letter of 17 February 1983, with comments on a Mario Cesariny de Vasconcelos' book on Surrealism.
Box 6

Correspondent: Gentile, G.F.?. 1952, n.d.

Scope and Content Note

Also: G.C. Sansoni. Societa per Azioni Editrice. Firenze.
Included is Roditi's holograph letter to Gentile, n.d. Roditi's letter is in French, Gentile's reply is in Italian.
Box 6

Correspondent: George, Waldemar. 1970.

Scope and Content Note

This item is in French.
Box 6

Correspondent: Germain, Edward B. 1973-1974, 1987.

Scope and Content Note

Also: Phillips Academy. Andover, Mass.; Pomona College. Claremont, California.
Box 6

Correspondent: Gibson, Ivan F. 1925.

Scope and Content Note

Information regarding a scholarship at Roditi's school, Charterhouse.
Box 6

Correspondent: Gimpel Fils Ltd. London. 1966.

Scope and Content Note

Also: Gimpel, Peter
A letter of thanks for Roditi's New York Times review of Rene Gimpel's diary.
Box 6

Correspondent: Ginsberg, Allen. 1965-1967.

Scope and Content Note

Letter of 21 June 1967 has a sketch by Allen Ginsberg.
Box 6

Correspondent: Givens, Bettye. 1984, n.d.

Scope and Content Note

With Givens letter of 16 October 1984 is a list of questions for a written interview with Edouard Roditi, which has been annotated by Roditi. On a separate sheet Givens has included a postscript.
Included is a typescript(carbon) of Roditi's reply to Givens' questions.
Box 6

Correspondent: Glass, Norman. 1972-1979.

Box 6

Correspondent: Glauert, Barbara. 1971.

Scope and Content Note

With Glauert`s letter of 24 November 1971 is an inventory of Roditi's correspondence with Ivan Goll and brief description of contents.
Included is a brown manila envelope with copies of correspondence between Ivan Goll and Edouard Roditi, and a transcript of a German radio program re Goll.
Box 6

Correspondent: Goekceli, Thilda. 1954, 1967.

Box 6

Correspondent: Goffin, Robert. 1960.

Scope and Content Note

This letter is in French.
Box 6

Correspondent: Golding, Louis. 1934, n.d.

Scope and Content Note

Typescript of 2 Roditi's letters, 17 October 1934 and 14 June 1934, to Louis Golding are included. A friendly correspondence on a variety of literary topics.
Box 6

Correspondent: Goldstein, Peggy.

Scope and Content Note

One item is a card. This card is in French.
Box 6

Correspondent: Goll, Ivan. 1934-1945.

Box 6

Correspondent: Golwitzer, D. H. 1958.

Box 6

Correspondent: Goodich, Michael. 1980.

Box 6

Correspondent: Goodman, Paul. n.d.

Physical Description: [1 of 2 folders]

Scope and Content Note

Re literary and personal matters.
Box 6

Correspondent: Goodman, Paul. 1941-1966, n.d.

Physical Description: [2 of 2 folders]

Scope and Content Note

Also: Goodman, Sally
Re literary and personal matters.
Box 6

Correspondent: Goodman, Richard. 1931, n.d.

Scope and Content Note

Also: Oxford Outlook. Oxford.
Letter written from Bridgewater, Somerset, n.d., mentions that T.S. Eliot has kept his poem, "Poems from a Play," for possible publication in the Criterion.
Box 6

Correspondent: Goodman, Sally. 1976, n.d.

Scope and Content Note

Also: Goodman, Daisy
Letter of 3 November 1976 concerns Paul Goodman. Undated letter from Sally Goodman has a letter from her daughter, Daisy, on the verso.
Box 6

Correspondent: Gordis, Robert. 1979.

Scope and Content Note

Also: Judaism. New York.
Box 6

Correspondent: Gorella, Arwed D. 1966.

Scope and Content Note

This letter is in German.
Box 6

Correspondent: Goytisolo, Juan. n.d.

Scope and Content Note

ER's typescript(copy) of his letter is Spanish.
Box 6

Correspondent: Gracq, Julien. 1989.

Box 6

Correspondent: Gran, Mortimer Anthony. n.d.

Scope and Content Note

Also: 5 x 8 Press. New York.
Re Roditi's book, Pieces of Three.
Box 6

Correspondent: Graves, Robert. n.d.

Scope and Content Note

Also: Seizin Press. London.
Re delayed publication of a Gertrude Stein book.
Box 6

Correspondent: Green, Julien. 1942.

Scope and Content Note

Letter to Lewis Galantiere, Coordinator of Information, New York. This letter is in French.
Box 6

Correspondent: Greenberg, Clement. 1945-1950.

Physical Description: [1 of 2 folders]

Scope and Content Note

Also: Commentary. New York.; Contemporary Jewish Record. New York.
Re Roditi's contributions to the journal.
Box 6

Correspondent: Greenberg, Clement. 1951-1954.

Physical Description: [2 of 2 folders]

Scope and Content Note

Also: Commentary. New York.
Re Roditi's contributions to the journal.
Box 6

Correspondent: Gregh, Fernand. 1952, n.d.

Scope and Content Note

Includes Roditi's typescript(carbon) letter to Gregh, 21 November 1952. These letters are in French.
Box 6

Correspondent: Gripari, P. 1981.

Scope and Content Note

This letter is in French.
Box 6

Correspondent: Gross, Cristal. 1975.

Scope and Content Note

This item is an announcement for an exhibition by Cristal Gross, 1975, La Gentilhommiere, Paris, with holograph inscription on the cover.
Box 6

Correspondent: Grosser, Maurice.

Scope and Content Note

With letter of 28 January 1975, Grosser has enclosed a curriculum vitae for Roditi's information.
Included is an exhibition announcement for Grosser's exhibit at the Fischbach Gallery, New York, November-December 1982.
Box 6

Correspondent: Grossman, Allen. 1980.

Scope and Content Note

Grossman has enclosed photocopies of some of his poems on Jewish themes.
Box 6

Correspondent: Grossmann, Kurt R. 1969.

Scope and Content Note

Re information about the writer "Sonka," or Hugo Sonnenschein, which Grossmann had promised Roditi.
Box 6

Correspondent: Guen, Guneli.

Box 6

Correspondent: Guenther, Joachim. 1961.

Scope and Content Note

Also: Neue Deutsche Hefte.; Sigbert Mohn Verlag.
This letter is in German.
Box 6

Correspondent: Gugel, Fabius von. 1958.

Scope and Content Note

The postcard is in German.
Box 6

Correspondent: Guibert, Armand. 1962.

Scope and Content Note

The letter is in French.
Box 6

Correspondent: Guterman, Norbert. n.d.

Box 6

Correspondent: Guthmann, Esther. 1983.

Scope and Content Note

The letter is in French.
Box 7

Correspondent: Habimah, Ben Chaim. 1933.

Scope and Content Note

This item is a photograph with Ben Chaim Habimah's holograph notes on it.
Box 7

Correspondent: Haiat, Pierre. 1980, n.d.

Scope and Content Note

These letters are in French. Re possible publication of Edouard Roditi's French poems.
Box 7

Correspondent: Haines, John. 1984.

Scope and Content Note

Re a variety of literary topics.
Box 7

Correspondent: Hali. London. 1982.

Scope and Content Note

Re several members of Edouard Roditi's family, who were rug merchants.
Box 7

Correspondent: Hallawell, Philip. 1976.

Scope and Content Note

Also: Hallawell, Sonia
One of Hallawell's paintings is reproduced on a Christmas card.
Box 7

Correspondent: Halle, Kay. 1934.

Scope and Content Note

Re criticism of Edouard Roditi's poems.
Box 7

Correspondent: Halpern, Daniel. 1970, n.d.

Physical Description: [1 of 3 folders]

Scope and Content Note

Also: Ecco Press. New York.; Antaeus. New York.
Re Edouard Roditi's submission to the publication.
Box 7

Correspondent: Halpern, Daniel. 1970-1973.

Physical Description: [2 of 3 folders]

Scope and Content Note

Also: Antaeus. New York & London.
A friendly correspondence on a variety of literary topics. Re Edouard Roditi's submission to the publication. Typescript(carbon) of Roditi's letter, 2 February 1973, to Daniel Halbern.
Box 7

Correspondent: Halpern, Daniel. 1973-1982.

Physical Description: [3 of 3 folders]

Scope and Content Note

Enclosed with Edouard Roditi's letter, 10 May 1979, is a list of neglected books of the twentieth century.; Antaeus. New York & London.
Re Edouard Roditi's submission to the publication. One item is a postcard. Includes a typescript(carbon) of Roditi's letter, 17 June 1982, to Daniel Halpern.
Box 7

Correspondent: Hamalian, Linda. 1983-1984.

Scope and Content Note

Re possible biography on Kenneth Rexroth.
Box 7

Correspondent: Hamburg, Sonia. 1931.

Box 7

Correspondent: Hamburger Kunsthalle. Hamburg. 1957.

Scope and Content Note

This letter is in German.
Box 7

Correspondent: Hamilton, Daniel Lee. 1981-1983.

Scope and Content Note

Three items are Christmas cards with printed poems by Daniel Hamilton.
Box 7

Correspondent: Hamri, Mohamed. 1978.

Scope and Content Note

The 1978 Christmas card has a reproduction of a sketch by Hamri, "the Painter of Morocco," on the verso.
Box 7

Correspondent: Harburger, Francis.

Scope and Content Note

One item is an invitation to "Salon du dix au quinze," Paris, May 1980.
Box 7

Correspondent: Harloff, Guy. 1970.

Scope and Content Note

One item is a postcard.
Box 7

Correspondent: Harmsworth, Desmond. 1933.

Scope and Content Note

Re possible submission of Edouard Roditi's essays.
Box 7

Correspondent: Harold Jackman Memorial Committee. New York. 1974-1978.

Scope and Content Note

Enclosed with letter of 28 April 1974 is a photocopy of a newspaper article, "Afro-America gets Expo Pavilion" by Ben Carruthers, 21 April 1974, publication unidentified.; Jackman, Ivie
Re Edouard Roditi's donation. Includes invitation to reception for Geoffrey Holder, 8 June 1975.
Box 7

Correspondent: Harper & Brothers. New York. 1947.

Box 7

Correspondent: Harris, Gertrude. 1975.

Box 7

Correspondent: Harvard University. Cambridge, Massachusetts. 1937-1952.

Scope and Content Note

Also: Levin, Harry; Sorokin, P.A.
Letter of 4 April 1937, correspondent unidentified, is in French. n
Box 7

Correspondent: Hassert, Hans. n.d.

Scope and Content Note

This letter is in German.
Box 7

Correspondent: Hausmann, Raoul. 1955-1960.

Scope and Content Note

Enclosed with Raoul Hausmann's letter, 12 June 1955, is Hausmann's autobiographical notes in German.
One letter, dated 12 June 1955, is in French. Another letter, dated 6 May 1960, is in German. Re an interview article between Edouard Roditi and Hannah Hoech.
Box 7

Correspondent: Hays, Hoffman Reynolds. 1941.

Scope and Content Note

Re a possible new critical magazine on arts.
Box 7

Correspondent: Heidenry, Jack. 1977-1979.

Scope and Content Note

Also: Saint Louis Literary Supplement. St. Louis, Missouri.
Re Edouard Roditi's submission to the publication.
Box 7

Correspondent: Heine, Maurice. 1939.

Scope and Content Note

These letters are in French.
Box 7

Correspondent: Heinz, Werner. 1938.

Scope and Content Note

These letters are in German.
Box 7

Correspondent: Hemensley, Kris. 1979.

Box 7

Correspondent: Hennecke, Hans. 1953.

Box 7

Correspondent: Hepworth, Barbara. 1958-1960.

Scope and Content Note

Re Edouard Roditi's submission to a publication.
Box 7

Correspondent: Hepworth, Brian. 1975-1976.

Scope and Content Note

Includes a typescript(carbon) of Roditi's letter, 26 November 1975. Re Roditi's surrealist writings.
Box 7

Correspondent: Herder & Herder. New York. 1972-1973.

Physical Description: [1 of 3 folders]

Scope and Content Note

Enclosed with Justus Lawler's letter of 16 September 1972 is a separate page of postscript. With Roditi's letter, 1 June 1971, are photocopies of three pages on Roeschlaur from two German biographical dictionaries.; Lawler, Justus George
Includes typescript(carbon) of Roditi's 3 letters to Justus Lawler and Roditi's letter to Linz. Re Edouard Roditi's book, Magellan of the Pacific and various articles, including "Turkish Delights."
Box 7

Correspondent: Herder & Herder. New York. 1971.

Physical Description: [2 of 3 folders]

Scope and Content Note

Also: Woodcock, George and Linz, W.M.; Lawler, Justus George
Box 7

Correspondent: Herder & Herder. New York. 1971-1972.

Physical Description: [3 of 3 folders]

Scope and Content Note

Also: Heidenry, John and Woodcock, George
Letter dated 1971 June 1 has enclosures from Rigby-Roeschlaub.; Schworer, Frank and Lawler, Justus George
Box 7

Correspondent: Herman, Josef. 1953-1973.

Physical Description: [1 of 2 folders]
Box 7

Correspondent: Herman, Josef. 1975-1982, n.d.

Physical Description: [2 of 2 folders]
Box 7

Correspondent: Hernandez, Jose. 1971-1982.

Box 7

Correspondent: Hertz, Uri. 1984.

Scope and Content Note

A friendly correspondence on a variety of literary topics.
Box 7

Correspondent: Herzog, Martje. n.d.

Box 7

Correspondent: Hesse, Hermann. n.d.

Scope and Content Note

This folder contains an empty envelope addressed to Edouard Roditi, Berlin, n.d., with return address of Hermann Hesse, Montagnola, Lugano.
Box 7

Correspondent: Hickman, Bill.

Scope and Content Note

A friendly correspondence on Turkish literature.
Box 7

Correspondent: Hirsch, Rudolf. 1954.

Scope and Content Note

This letter is in German.
Box 7

Correspondent: Hitchcock, George. 1966-1968.

Physical Description: [1 of 2 folders]

Scope and Content Note

Also: Kayak. San Francisco.
Box 7

Correspondent: Hitchcock, George. 1968-1982.

Physical Description: [2 of 2 folders]

Scope and Content Note

Also: University of California, Santa Cruz. Santa Cruz.; Kayak. San Francisco.
Box 7

Correspondent: Hobbs, Christopher. n.d.

Box 7

Correspondent: Hocine, Mouhoub. 1972, n.d.

Scope and Content Note

Three items are cards. These cards have ink, watercolor and felt tip pen sketches. One card is undated and is inscribed to Edouard Roditi.
Box 7

Correspondent: Hoech, Hannah.

Scope and Content Note

One letter is in German. Another item is an empty envelope.
Box 7

Correspondent: Hoellerer, Walter. 1963.

Scope and Content Note

This letter is in German.
Box 7

Correspondent: Hogarth Press. London. 1932.

Scope and Content Note

Also: Lehmann, John
Box 7

Correspondent: Honig, Edwin. 1967-1968.

Physical Description: [1 of 3 folders]

Scope and Content Note

Also: Brown University. Providence, Rhode Island.
ER was a visiting lecturer in the Department of English at Brown University.
Box 7

Correspondent: Honig, Edwin. 1969-1971.

Physical Description: [2 of 3 folders]

Scope and Content Note

With discussion of translating poems of Fernando Pessoa.
Box 7

Correspondent: Honig, Edwin. 1972-1984.

Physical Description: [3 of 3 folders]

Scope and Content Note

Enclosed with Honig's letter of 26 October 1983 are clippings from the George St. Journal, 18 October 1983, and the Brown Daily Herald, 6 October 1983, re Edwin Honig.; Honig, Margot
Box 7

Correspondent: Hoof, Jef van. 1978-1982, n.d.

Scope and Content Note

With Hoof's letter of 6 March 1981, 2 postcard reproductions of works by Eugene Laermans are enclosed.
Box 7

Correspondent: Hook, Sidney.

Scope and Content Note

Also: Hoover Institution on War, Revolution and Peace. Stanford, California.
Box 7

Correspondent: Horstmann, Lalli. n.d.

Box 7

Correspondent: Hosiasson, Philippe. 1963.

Scope and Content Note

This letter is in French.
Box 7

Correspondent: Howe, Irving. 1981-1984.

Scope and Content Note

Also: Dissent. New York.
Box 7

Correspondent: Howes, Barbara. 1945-1978, n.d.

Physical Description: [1 of 2 folders]

Scope and Content Note

With letter of 12 December (no year) on Chimera letterhead, is a postscript with changes made in Roditi's submitted manuscript.; Chimera. A Literary Quarterly. New York.
Re a variety of literary and personal matters.
Box 7

Correspondent: Howes, Barbara. 1971-1981.

Physical Description: [2 of 2 folders]

Scope and Content Note

Enclosed with Howes' 1980 and 1981 Christmas poems and greetings are brief holograph notes to Edouard Roditi.
Howes' Christmas poem for 1981 is "The Field of the Cloth of Gold. ffor John Lennon."
Box 7

Correspondent: Hudson, Flexmore. n.d.

Scope and Content Note

Also: Poetry. The Australian International Quarterly of Verse. Adelaide, Australia.
A letter of admiration for Roditi's literary criticism.
Box 7

Correspondent: Huelsmanns, Dieter. 1962-1972.

Scope and Content Note

Also: Verlag Eremiten-Presse. Frankfurt am Main.
One item is a manuscript by Huelsmanns, "Bourreau de la Communaute. Teil-Manuskript fuer Edouard Roditi," 6 Juni 1962, 3 leaves, holograph.
Box 7

Correspondent: Huerta, Alberto, S.J. 1981-1984.

Scope and Content Note

With Huerta's letter of 22 June 1982 is a photocopy of his essay, "In What Hour," on the death of Kenneth Rexroth.
Included is a typescript(carbon) copy of Roditi's letter to Huerta, 4 November 1983, and a photocopy of Huerta's letter to California governor, George Deukmeijian, 17 May 1984.
Box 7

Correspondent: Hulse, Ruth. n.d.

Box 7

Correspondent: Huntington Library Art Gallery. San Marino, California. 1980.

Scope and Content Note

Acknowledgement of Edouard Roditi's gift to the library.
Box 7

Correspondent: Hurwitz, Henry. 1940-1958.

Scope and Content Note

Also: Roditi, Harold
With Hurwitz's letter of 18 July 1940 is a typescript(carbon) copy of a letter of introduction for Edouard Roditi's research at the Huntington Library.; Menorah Journal. New York.
Hurwitz's letters of 14 December 1945 and 27 June 1958 are addressed to Harold Roditi, brother of Edouard Roditi.
Box 7

Correspondent: Hutchings, Reginald. 1936.

Scope and Content Note

Also: Caduceus Press. London.
Box 8

Correspondent: Indiana University Art Museum. Bloomington, Indiana. 1970.

Scope and Content Note

Also: Solley, Thomas T
Re acknowledgement of Roditi's gift of a Marcelle Cahn painting in 1969.
Box 8

Correspondent: Indiana University Press. Bloomington, Indiana. 1980.

Scope and Content Note

Re Jean Amery's book, The Mind's Limits. Included is Roditi's undated typescript(carbon) letter with statement re Amery's work.
Box 8

Correspondent: Indiana University. Bloomington, Indiana. 1950.

Scope and Content Note

Also: Muller, H.J.; Fraenkel, Peter
Re Congress for Cultural Freedom, Berlin, 1950.
Box 8

Correspondent: Institut Francais du Royayme-Uni. London. 1968.

Scope and Content Note

Also: Universites de Lille et de Paris. London.
The letters are in French.
Box 8

Correspondent: Institut fuer Sozialforschung. Johann Wolfgang Goethe-Universitaet. Frankfurt. 1951.

Scope and Content Note

Also: Johann Wolfgang Goethe-Universitaet. Frankfurt.
The letter is in German.
Box 8

Correspondent: Institute of American Indian Arts Press. Santa Fe, New Mexico. 1984.

Scope and Content Note

Also: Foss, Phillip
Re Roditi's donation of books to the press.
Box 8

Correspondent: Institute of Contemporary History and Wiener Library. London. 1969.

Scope and Content Note

Also: Hearst, Ernest
Box 8

Correspondent: Instituto para a Alta Cultura. Ministerio de Educacao Nacional. Lisbon, Portugal. 1952.

Scope and Content Note

Also: Medeiros-Gouvea, A. de
Re Roditi's article on contemporary Portuguese literature and culture, published in the New York Times, 17 November 1951.
Box 8

Correspondent: Instituto Universitario Orientale. Napoli. 1979.

Scope and Content Note

Also: Rossi, Giuseppe Carlo
The letter is in Italian.
Box 8

Correspondent: Inter-American Quarterly. Washington, D.C. 1941-1942.

Scope and Content Note

Also: Quarterly Journal of Inter-American Relations. Washington, D.C.; McCulloch, John I.B.
Re a number of book reviews which Roditi contributed to the journal.
Box 8

Correspondent: International Reading Association. Newark, Delaware. 1973.

Scope and Content Note

Also: Staiger, Ralph C.
Box 8

Correspondent: Isherwood, Christopher. 1935, n.d.

Scope and Content Note

Re Isherwood's new novel, Mr. Norris Changes Trains and the possibility of a translation by Roditi. In his letter from Berlin, 16 December, Isherwood praises Roditi's translation of an unnamed poem, and comments on T.S. Eliot's influence.
Box 8

Correspondent: Isou, Isidore. 1962.

Scope and Content Note

The letter is in French.
Box 8

Correspondent: Ivask, Ivar. 1971-1975.

Physical Description: [1 of 5 folders]

Scope and Content Note

Also: World Literature Today. Norman, Oklahoma.; Books Abroad. Norman, Oklahoma.
Box 8

Correspondent: Ivask, Ivar. 1976-1980.

Physical Description: [2 of 5 folders]

Scope and Content Note

Also: World Literature Today. Norman, Oklahoma.; Books Abroad. Norman, Oklahoma.
Box 8

Correspondent: Ivask, Ivar. 1980-1982.

Physical Description: [3 of 5 folders]

Scope and Content Note

Also: World Literature Today. Norman, Oklahoma.; Books Abroad. Norman, Oklahoma.
Box 8

Correspondent: Ivask, Ivar. 1983-1984.

Physical Description: [4 of 5 folders]

Scope and Content Note

Also: World Literature Today. Norman, Oklahoma.
Enclosed with Roditi's letter, 13(?) August 1983, is photocopy of an article, "Third Revised Charter of the Neustadt International Prize for Literature."; Books Abroad. Norman, Oklahoma.
Box 8

Correspondent: Ivask, Ivar. 1984.

Physical Description: [5 of 5 folders]

Scope and Content Note

Also: World Literature Today. Norman, Oklahoma.; Books Abroad. Norman, Oklahoma.
Box 8

Correspondent: Izzo, Carlo. 1953.

Box 8

Correspondent: Jacob, Hans. 1950.

Scope and Content Note

The letter is in French.
Box 8

Correspondent: Jacob's Letter. San Francisco. 1984.

Scope and Content Note

Also: J.A.C.O.B.'S Letter. San Francisco.
Edouard Roditi's typescript(carbon) letter re selection of an artist for the Holocaust memorial in San Francisco.
Box 8

Correspondent: Jean, Marcel. 1975-1980.

Scope and Content Note

The letters are in French.
Box 8

Correspondent: Jelenski, Alexander Kotz. 1978-1980.

Scope and Content Note

The postcard and letter are in French.
Box 8

Correspondent: Jeune Afrique. Paris. 1971, n.d.

Scope and Content Note

Also: Gouraud, Jean-Louis
Three items are typescript(carbon) letters from Roditi to Jeune Afrique. Also included is a photocopy of Edouard Roditi's listing in the Directory of Correspondents, American Embassy, March 1970. The letters are in French.
Box 8

Correspondent: Jewish Arts Community of the Bay. San Francisco. 1984.

Scope and Content Note

Includes typescript(carbon) letters from Roditi to the Jewish Arts Community of the Bay dated 14 March and 14, 19, and 23 April 1984.
Box 8

Correspondent: Jewish Digest. New York. 1983.

Box 8

Correspondent: Jewish Museum. New York. 1982.

Scope and Content Note

With letter of 28 September [1982] is a photocopy of the Museum's statement re Roditi's gift. Included is a typescript(carbon) of Roditi's letter of 11 October 1982.
Box 8

Correspondent: Jewish Quarterly. London. 1977-1984.

Scope and Content Note

Also: Sonntag, Jacob
Includes typescript(carbon) letter from Roditi to Jacob VSonntag, 15 March 1981.
Box 8

Correspondent: Jewish Review. London. 1932-1933.

Scope and Content Note

Also: Simon, M.
Re articles and poems published by the Review.
Box 8

Correspondent: Joans, Ted. 1977-1983.

Scope and Content Note

Three items are postcards. One postcard has a poem by Ted Jones.
Box 8

Correspondent: John Simon Guggenheim Foundation. New York. 1982-1984.

Scope and Content Note

With the Foundation letter of 14 February 1984 is Roditi's statement and a copy of the fellowship applicant's statement.
Box 8

Correspondent: Johns Hopkins University. Baltimore, Maryland. 1948-1949.

Scope and Content Note

Also: Coleman, Elliott
Re a variety of literary topics.
Box 8

Correspondent: Johns, Judith Clancy. 1981.

Scope and Content Note

Re Roditi's translation of Spector's writings from French to English.
Box 8

Correspondent: Johns, Richard. 1930-1931.

Scope and Content Note

Also: Pagany. Boston.
Re Edouard Roditi's submission to the publication.
Box 8

Correspondent: Jolas, Eugene. 1928-1952, n.d.

Scope and Content Note

Also: Transition. Paris.
Two items are undated. One item is an advertisement for an international quarterly, Transition. Re Edouard Roditi's submission of his original works and translation of other works to the publication.
Box 8

Correspondent: Jones, Ernest. n.d.

Box 8

Correspondent: Jones, Frank. 1943, n.d.

Scope and Content Note

Includes one undated letter with comments by Frank Jones on Roditi's works. Also includes typescript(carbon) letter from Roditi to Jones, 28 February 1943, and a typescript(signed) letter from Roditi to Jones, 4 May 1943.
Box 8

Correspondent: Jouhandeau, Marcel. 1973-1975.

Box 8

Correspondent: Jourdain, Margaret. 1935.

Box 8

Correspondent: Journal of Aesthetics and Art Criticism. New York. 1941-1950.

Scope and Content Note

Also: Cleveland Museum of Art. Cleveland, Ohio.
Enclosed with a letter of 21 February 1946 is a duplicate of a letter which was sent to Roditi earlier.; Munro, Thomas
Re Edouard Roditi's submission to the publication.
Box 8

Correspondent: Judaism. New York. 1971-1982.

Scope and Content Note

Also: Waxman, Ruth B.
Enclosed with letter of 25 February 1971 is photocopy of Liebman's letter to the editor of Judaism regarding Roditi's article, "The Making of Jews, or the Inquisition in Portugal," and also enclosed is typescript(carbon) of Roditi's response to Liebman.; Gordis, Robert
Includes Roditi's typescript letter of 21 July 198l to Dr. Robert Gordis, Judaism.
Box 8

Correspondent: Jullian, Philippe. n.d.

Scope and Content Note

Three items are undated and in French. One item is a notecard. Another is an invitation to an autograph party for La Brocante by Philippe Jullian.
Box 8

Correspondent: Junger, Ernst. 1948.

Scope and Content Note

These letters are in German. Includes Roditi's typescript(carbon) letter of 21 September 1948 to Junger.
Box 8

Correspondent: Juteau, Maurice. 1970, n.d.

Scope and Content Note

These letters are in French. Includes typescript(carbon) of Roditi's letter to Maurice Juteau, 6 February 1970.
Box 9

Correspondent: Jernan, Kango.

Scope and Content Note

This letter is in German.
Box 9

Correspondent: Kahler, Erich. 1945-1946.

Scope and Content Note

Re Roditi's possible translation of Erich Kahler's paper, "American Scholar."
Box 9

Correspondent: Kallas, Aino. 1950.

Box 9

Correspondent: Kampmann, Ruediger. 1979-1980.

Scope and Content Note

These letters are in German.
Box 9

Correspondent: Kanelba, R. 1938.

Scope and Content Note

This letter is in French.
Box 9

Correspondent: Kantor-Berg, Friedrich. 1951.

Scope and Content Note

Also: Torberg, Friedrich, pseud.
Box 9

Correspondent: Kantorowicz, Ernst. 1940, n.d.

Scope and Content Note

Re a variety of literary topics.
Box 9

Correspondent: Kaplan, Philip. 1971.

Box 9

Correspondent: Kasack, Hermann. 1950-1959.

Scope and Content Note

These letters are in German.
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Correspondent: Katz, Shemael. n.d.

Scope and Content Note

One item is a New Year card which includes a photograph of one of Shemael Katz's paintings.
Box 9

Correspondent: Kemsley Newspaper. London. 1950.

Box 9

Correspondent: Keneseth Israel. Philadelphia, Pa. 1971.

Scope and Content Note

Also: Korn, Bertram
Re Roditi's article on aspects of the Inquisition in Portugal.
Box 9

Correspondent: Kenyon Review. Gambier, Ohio. 1948.

Scope and Content Note

Includes 2 copies of Roditi's typescript(carbon) letter to the Kenyon Review, 2 July 1948. Re Paul Goodman's review of Roditi's book on Oscar Wilde.
Box 9

Correspondent: Kerkovius, Ida. 1961, n.d.

Scope and Content Note

One item is a postcard. These letters are in German.
Box 9

Correspondent: Kessel, Martin. 1954-1955.

Scope and Content Note

These letters are in German.
Box 9

Correspondent: Kesten, Hermann. 1950-1952.

Physical Description: [1 of 3 folders]
Box 9

Correspondent: Kesten, Hermann. 1952.

Physical Description: [2 of 3 folders]

Scope and Content Note

Two telegrams are included. Re Hermann Keston's article on Mark Twain.
Box 9

Correspondent: Kesten, Hermann. 1952-1958.

Physical Description: [3 of 3 folders]

Scope and Content Note

Enclosed with a letter of Hermann Keston, 1 December 1952, is a bill for a book order.
Box 9

Correspondent: King, Mrs. Albert. 1941.

Scope and Content Note

Discussion of Roditi's poems.
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Correspondent: Kirstein, Lincoln. 1932.

Scope and Content Note

Also: Hound & Horn Inc. New York.
Box 9

Correspondent: Kizer, Carolyn. 1984.

Scope and Content Note

One item is a postcard.
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Correspondent: Klappert, Peter. 1976-1984.

Scope and Content Note

Two postcards are included. Typescript(carbon) of Roditi's two letters to Peter Klappert. Re a variety of literary topics.
Box 9

Correspondent: Kleinhans, Larry.

Scope and Content Note

Includes photocopy of Larry Kleinhans's letter, 17 June 1977, to Edouard Roditi. Re a variety of literary topics.
Box 9

Correspondent: Knopf Inc. New York. 1945-1950.

Scope and Content Note

Also: Weinstock, Herbert
Re submission of Edoaurd Roditi's book review on Sartre to the publication.
Box 9

Correspondent: Koehler, Bernard. 1958.

Scope and Content Note

This letter is in German.
Box 9

Correspondent: Koethe, Fritz. 1967-1969.

Scope and Content Note

One item is a card with water color sketches. One letter is in German.
Box 9

Correspondent: Kofoed, Nils. 1949.

Box 9

Correspondent: Kohler, Charlotte. 1944.

Scope and Content Note

Re submission of Roditi's essay, "Trick Perspectives," to the publication.
Box 9

Correspondent: Kokoschka, Oskar. 1958, n.d.

Scope and Content Note

One letter is undated.
Box 9

Correspondent: Kokot, Barbara. 1979.

Scope and Content Note

Also: Midstream. New York.
Re possible book review by Edouard Roditi on Charles Reznikoff's book, The Manner Music.
Box 9

Correspondent: Kol Sepharad. London. 1966.

Scope and Content Note

Re Edouard Roditi's response to Joseph Hasson's published letter on upgrading Sephardic Jew's economic and social position.
Box 9

Correspondent: Koskovich, Ray Gerard. 1983-1984.

Scope and Content Note

Enclosed with Ray Koskovich's letter, 5 February 1984, is the edited version of R. Koskovich's interview with Edouard Roditi. Enclosed with Ray Koskovich's letter, 2 April 1984, is a bulletin regarding a poetry reading by Roditi at Stanford University.
One item is a printed poem of Ray Koskovich with his signature. Includes typescript(carbon) of Roditi's letters to Ray Koskovich(1) and to Liz Martin(1). Re interviews between Roditi and Koskovich and a variety of literary topics.
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Correspondent: Koval, Alexander. 1951-1984, n.d.

Scope and Content Note

One item is an exhibition catalogue for works by Paul Strecker, 15 October 1948, with "Die Schauplaetze des Malers Paul Strecker" by Koval. These letters are in German. Three items are undated.
Box 9

Correspondent: Kowalski, Roger. 1973-1974.

Scope and Content Note

These letters are in French.
Box 9

Correspondent: Kowicz, Nechama. 1973.

Scope and Content Note

This letter is in French.
Box 9

Correspondent: Kraft, James. 1968.

Box 9

Correspondent: Kraus, Werner. 1948.

Scope and Content Note

These letters are in German.
Box 9

Correspondent: Krender, Ernst. 1948.

Scope and Content Note

This letter is in German.
Box 9

Correspondent: Krige, Uys. 1967.

Box 9

Correspondent: Kuemmel, Dr. 1949.

Scope and Content Note

Enclosed with Dr. Kuemmel's letter, 25 January 1949, is a report on the burning of museum rooms.
This letter is in German.
Box 9

Correspondent: Kunitz, Stanley. 1941.

Scope and Content Note

One item is a postcard.
Box 9

Correspondent: La-Bas. College Park, Maryland. n.d.

Scope and Content Note

Re Edouard Roditi's submission of his old poems to the publication.
Box 9

Correspondent: Laglenne, Jean-Francis.

Scope and Content Note

This letter is in French.
Box 9

Correspondent: Lanux, Eyre de. 1975, n.d.

Scope and Content Note

Two letters are undated. Re a variety of literary topics.
Box 9

Correspondent: L'Arche. Paris. 1962-1985.

Scope and Content Note

Included are letters from readers to L'Arche concerning Roditi's "In Memoriam."
Box 9

Correspondent: Lasker-Schueler, Else. 1932-1934.

Scope and Content Note

One letter is in German. Two postcards are included. Letters have Else Lasker-Schueler's pen sketches.
Box 9

Correspondent: Lasky, Melvin J. 1950-1966, n.d.

Scope and Content Note

Also: Encounter. London.; Monat. Berlin.
One letter is undated.
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Correspondent: Laughlin, James. n.d.

Physical Description: [1 of 10 folders]

Scope and Content Note

Also: New Directions. Norfolk, Connecticut.
Ten letters are undated. A duplicate of James Laughlin's letter, March 5 (no year), to Roditi is included. Re a variety of literary topics.
Box 9

Correspondent: Laughlin, James. 1940, n.d.

Physical Description: [2 of 10 folders]

Scope and Content Note

Also: New Directions. Norfolk, Connecticut.
Box 9

Correspondent: Laughlin, James. 1940-1947.

Physical Description: [3 of 10 folders]

Scope and Content Note

Also: New Directions. Norfolk, Connecticut.; Bower, Anthony
Re publication of Edouard Roditi's book on Oscar Wilde. One postcard is included. Four letters are written by Anthony Bower to Edouard Roditi.
Box 9

Correspondent: Laughlin, James. 1948-1949.

Physical Description: [4 of 10 folders]

Scope and Content Note

Also: New Directions. Norfolk, Connecticut.
Box 9

Correspondent: Laughlin, James. 1962-1963.

Physical Description: [5 of 10 folders]

Scope and Content Note

Also: New Directions. New York.; New Directions. Norfolk, Connecticut.
Box 9

Correspondent: Laughlin, James. 1963-1968.

Physical Description: [6 of 10 folders]

Scope and Content Note

Also: New Directions. New York.
Re ER's contribution to a New Directions anthology.
Box 9

Correspondent: Laughlin, James. 1968-1970.

Physical Description: [7 of 10 folders]

Scope and Content Note

Also: New Directions. New York.
Re contribution of Edouard Roditi's articles to New Directions 21 anthology.
Box 9

Correspondent: Laughlin, James. 1970-1973.

Physical Description: [8 of 10 folders]

Scope and Content Note

Also: New Directions. New York.
Re Edouard Roditi's manuscripts "Pseudo-montage Story"and "The Vampires of Istanbul." Included is a postcard, 23 March 1973.
Box 9

Correspondent: Laughlin, James. 1974-1978.

Physical Description: [9 of 10 folders]

Scope and Content Note

Also: New Directions. New York.
Typescript(carbon) of Roditi's two letters, 3 March and 7 July 1977, to James Laughlin.
Box 9

Correspondent: Laughlin, James. 1978-1984.

Physical Description: [10 of 10 folders]

Scope and Content Note

Also: New Directions. New York.
One item is a poem by Federico Lorca printed at Christmas 1983 by New Directions. Re ER's story, "Confessions of a Prodigal Son." Photocopy of James Laughlin's letter to Edouard Roditi is included.
Box 10

Correspondent: Lavine, Steven D. 1984.

Scope and Content Note

Also: Rockefeller Foundation. New York.
Box 10

Correspondent: Lazard, Naomi. 1978.

Box 10

Correspondent: Lazare, Christopher. 1950-1978.

Box 10

Correspondent: Lazareff, Pierre. 1945-1955.

Scope and Content Note

Also: France-soir. Paris.
Three letters are in French. One is a letter of recommendation for Edouard Roditi by Pierre Lazareff. One letter by Pierre Lazareff is sent to Madame Odette Duchateau.
Box 10

Correspondent: Le Witt, Jan. 1969-1972.

Scope and Content Note

Enclosed with letter of Jan Le Witt, 21 June 1972, is a poem by Jan Le Witt. Enclosed with letter of Jan Le Witt, 20 July 1982, to Edouard Roditi is typescript(carbon) of Roditi's poems with Jan Le Witt's suggestions.
Typescript(carbon) of Edouard Roditi's letter, 22 July 1972, to Jan Le Witt is included. Re a various topics in poetry.
Box 10

Correspondent: League of American writers. Northern California Chapter. 1940.

Scope and Content Note

One item is a postcard, announcing Edouard Roditi's talk at a League of American Writers' meeting, 17 June 1940, 1652 Taylor St., San Francisco, on "Situation of the writer in Europe and America since the outbreak of war."
Box 10

Correspondent: Lebel, Jean-Jacques. 1965-1966, n.d.

Scope and Content Note

One item is a postcard in French. One item is a negative photo collage. One item is a photo of a collage.
Box 10

Correspondent: Lee, Harry. 1949.

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Correspondent: Left. Davenport, Iowa. 1932.

Scope and Content Note

Also: Du Von, Jay
Box 10

Correspondent: Lehmann, John. 1932-1983.

Scope and Content Note

Also: London Magazine. London.; John Lehmann Ltd. London.
Re Edouard Roditi's submissions.
Box 10

Correspondent: Leite, George. 1944.

Scope and Content Note

Also: Circle. Berkeley.
Box 10

Correspondent: Lemaire, Gerard Georges. 1982-1983.

Scope and Content Note

One item is a postcard. These letters are in French.
Box 10

Correspondent: Lenowitz, Harris. 1983.

Scope and Content Note

Typescript(carbon) of Edouard Roditi's letter to Harris Lenowitz, 23 August 1983, is included.
Box 10

Correspondent: Leo Baeck Institute. New York. 1969-1975.

Physical Description: [1 of 5 folders]

Scope and Content Note

These letters acknowledge Edouard Roditi's gift to the Leo Baeck Institute.
Box 10

Correspondent: Leo Baeck Institute. New York. 1975-1977.

Physical Description: [2 of 5 folders]

Scope and Content Note

These letters acknowledge Edouard Roditi's gift to the Leo Baeck Institute.
Box 10

Correspondent: Leo Baeck Institute. New York. 1977-1979.

Physical Description: [3 of 5 folders]

Scope and Content Note

Also: Lowenstein, Steven
Enclosed with letter of Fred Grubel, 17 November 1977, is typescript(carbon) of Grubel's letter to Brooke Whiting.; Grubel, Fred
Five letters acknowledge Edouard Roditi's gift to the Leo Baeck Institute. Re a variety of topics on Jewish experiences. One letter is from Steven Lowenstein to Edouard Roditi.
Box 10

Correspondent: Leo Baeck Institute. New York. 1979-1981.

Physical Description: [4 of 5 folders]

Scope and Content Note

Also: Grubel, Fred
Seven letters acknowledge Edouard Roditi's gift to the Leo Baeck Institute. Photocopy of John Sammis's letter for Janet Blatter, Sybil Milton and Lori Stein is included. Photocopy of introduction letter by Fred Grubel for Sybil Milton is included.
Box 10

Correspondent: Leo Baeck Institute. New York. 1981-1984.

Physical Description: [5 of 5 folders]

Scope and Content Note

Also: Spielmann, Diane; Grubel, Fred
Four letters acknowledge Edouard Roditi's gift to the Leo Baeck Institute. Typescript(carbon) of Edouard Roditi's letter, 15 March 1984, to Diane Spielmann. Typescript(carbon) of Roditi's letter, 16 September 1984, to Fred Grubel is included.
Box 10

Correspondent: Leopold-Levy. 1957.

Scope and Content Note

This letter is in French.
Box 10

Correspondent: Lerman, Leo. 1949.

Scope and Content Note

Also: Mademoiselle. New York.
Box 10

Correspondent: Leroy, Paul. 1949.

Box 10

Correspondent: Leviant, Curt. 1982-1983.

Scope and Content Note

Re a variety of literary topics in Jewish literature.
Box 10

Correspondent: Levy, Stephen. 1975-1979.

Scope and Content Note

Also: Adelantre. Brooklyn, New York.
Re Edouard Roditi's submission to the publication.
Box 10

Correspondent: Lewis, Beth Irwin. 1977.

Scope and Content Note

Typescript(carbon) of Edouard Roditi's letter, 24 October 1977, to Beth Irwin Lewis is included.
Box 10

Correspondent: Lewis, Fred. 1914-1916, n.d.

Scope and Content Note

Four items are undated. An empty envelope with Edouard Roditi's holograph notes is included. Two items are newspaper clippings.
Box 10

Correspondent: Leyland, Winston. 1976-1982.

Scope and Content Note

Also: Gay Sunshine. San Francisco.
Photocopy of a galley for Winston Leyland's interview with Edouard Roditi is included. Photocopy(carbon) of Laurie Callahan's letter to Winston Leyland is included. Re Edouard Roditi's submission to the publication.
Box 10

Correspondent: Library of Congress. Washington D. C. 1971.

Scope and Content Note

Enclosed with letter from Nancy Galbraith, 18 March 1971, is Galbraith's listening notes of Roditi's recording session at the Library of Congress.; Galbraith, Nancy
Nancy Galbraith requests Edouard Roditi to make corrections on her notes of Roditi's recording session.
Box 10

Correspondent: Lietzow, Godehard. 1979.

Scope and Content Note

This letter is in German.
Box 10

Correspondent: Lindisfarne Association. West Stockbridge, Mass. 1981-1983.

Scope and Content Note

Also: Bamford, Christopher
Re the poetry of Oskar Milosz in English translation. Typescript(carbon) of Edouard Roditi's two letters, 10 January 1983 and 5 March 1983, to Christopher Bamford are included.
Box 10

Correspondent: Linenthal, Mark. 1974.

Box 10

Correspondent: Lippard, Lucy R. 1977.

Box 10

Correspondent: Lish, Gordon. 1972, n.d.

Scope and Content Note

Two letters are undated.
Box 10

Correspondent: List, Herbert. 1947.

Scope and Content Note

These letters are in German. Both letters have pen sketches.
Box 10

Correspondent: Lloyd, Robert. 1980.

Scope and Content Note

Also: Durak. California and New York.
Typescript of Roditi's letter, 7 August 1980, to Robert Lloyd is included. Re Edouard Roditi's submission to the publication.
Box 10

Correspondent: Loewig, Roger. 1972-1976.

Scope and Content Note

Enclosed with letter of Roger Loewig, 28 June 1972, is a receipt for the sale of his lithographic map, "Terezin," to Edouard Roditi.
These letters are in German.
Box 10

Correspondent: Los Angeles County Museum of Art. Los Angeles. 1977.

Scope and Content Note

Also: Quick, Michael A.
Re Edouard Roditi's comment on the catalogue of the American Expatriates exhibition at Los Angeles County Museum.
Box 10

Correspondent: Lothar Blanvalet Verlag. Berlin. 1947-1948.

Scope and Content Note

These letters are in German.
Box 10

Correspondent: Lowenfels, Walter. 1966, n.d.

Scope and Content Note

Re Edouard Roditi's anthology, "Where is Vietnam? American poets respond."
Box 10

Correspondent: Lowenthal, Marvin. 1933.

Box 10

Correspondent: Lowry, Robert. 1951.

Box 10

Correspondent: Luetzeler, Paul Michael. 1981.

Scope and Content Note

This letter is in German.
Box 10

Correspondent: Lyman, Henry. 1975-1977.

Scope and Content Note

Enclosed with Henry Lyman's letter, 24 September 1975, to Edouard Roditi are the English versions of two poems by Boris Poplavsky. Enclosed with Henry Lyman's letter, 13 January 1977, to Roditi is photocopy of Henry Lyman's letter to Noel Young.
Re Estonian poet Aleksis Rannit and a variety of literary topics.
Box 10

Correspondent: MacArthur Foundation [John D. and Catherine]. Chicago, Illinois. 1983.

Scope and Content Note

Enclosed with Paul Shullenberger's letter, 10 March 1983, is a brochure, "Prize Fellows Program."; Shullenberger, Paul
Included is a typescript(carbon) of Edouard Roditi's confidential reference letter on behalf of Brion Gysin, 22 March 1983.
Box 10

Correspondent: MacDonald, Dwight. 1941, n.d.

Scope and Content Note

Also: Politics. New York.; Partisan Review. New York.
Re Edouard Roditi's submission of his poems and a chapter on Wilde's utopian socialism to the "Partisan Review" and "Politics".
Box 10

Correspondent: MacLeish, Archibald. 1942.

Scope and Content Note

Also: Library of Congress. Washington.
Box 10

Correspondent: Macmillan Co. New York. 1968.

Scope and Content Note

Also: Gregor, Arthur
Box 10

Correspondent: Mademoiselle. New York. 1966.

Scope and Content Note

Also: Winocour, Mary Carr
Discussion on the aesthetic experience.
Box 10

Correspondent: Magazine of Art. New York. 1948.

Scope and Content Note

Also: Bennett, Alice
Submission of Edouard Roditi's manuscript on the Berlin Museum to the publication.
Box 10

Correspondent: Maison de la Poesie. Paris. 1984.

Scope and Content Note

Also: Andrieu, Gabriel
These letters are in French. Typescript(carbon) of Edouard Roditi's letter, 3 February 1984, to Gabriel Andrieu is included. Discussion on Cavafy.
Box 10

Correspondent: Malbec, Jean Louis. 1982-1983, n.d.

Scope and Content Note

These letters are in French.
Box 10

Correspondent: Manfred, Ernest F. 1967.

Box 10

Correspondent: Manganaris-Dekavalles, Andonis. 1979-1984.

Scope and Content Note

Re a variety of literary topics.
Box 10

Correspondent: Mann, Erika. 1949.

Box 10

Correspondent: Mann, Klaus. 1941-1947.

Scope and Content Note

Also: Decision. New York.
Re submission of various articles by Roditi. One item is a postcard to Christopher Lazare. This postcard is written and signed by Klaus Mann and signed also by Thomas Mann and Katia Mann.
Box 10

Correspondent: Manroot. San Francisco. 1972.

Scope and Content Note

Also: Mariah, Paul
Possible submission of Roditi's essay on Fernando Pessoa to the publication.
Box 10

Correspondent: Marcus, Marcel R. 1980-1982.

Scope and Content Note

Two letters are in German.
Box 10

Correspondent: Maret, Jacques. n.d.

Box 10

Correspondent: Marini, Marino. 1979.

Box 10

Correspondent: Maritain, Jacques. 1938-1939.

Box 10

Correspondent: Maritain, Raissa. 1938.

Box 10

Correspondent: Markopoulos, Gregory. 1969-1974.

Scope and Content Note

Enclosed with Gregory Markopoulos' letter, 29 January 1970, is the negative of 5 frames of film of Edouard Roditi.
One item is a postcard, Berlin, 2 February 1970. One item is a card, Paris, 31 July 1974. Re filmmaking of Gregory Markopoulos.
Box 10

Correspondent: Markowicz, Mme. 1972.

Scope and Content Note

Also: L'Arche. Paris.
Box 10

Correspondent: Martin, John. 1975-1981.

Scope and Content Note

Also: Black Sparrow Press. Santa Barbara.
Typescript of Edouard Roditi's letter, 14 October 1976, to John Martin is included. Submission of Edouard Roditi's Jewish poems and his revision of the translation of an Ozenfant text. Re Roditi's various literary projects.
Box 11

Correspondent: Marwan. 1974-1976, n.d.

Scope and Content Note

One item is an undated postcard. These letters are in German.
Box 11

Correspondent: Marye, Simone. 1937-1938, n.d.

Scope and Content Note

Five letters are undated. One item is a postcard. These letters are in French.
Box 11

Correspondent: Masurovsky, Gregory. 1982.

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Correspondent: Mathias, James F. n.d.

Scope and Content Note

Also: John Simon Guggenheim Memorial Foundation. New York.
This postcard acknowledges receipt of Edouard Roditi's confidential statement concerning Leonardo de Arrizabalaga y Prado.
Box 11

Correspondent: Matthews, T. S. 1970.

Scope and Content Note

Typescript(carbon) of Edouard Roditi's letter, 16 November 1970, to T. S. Matthews.
Box 11

Correspondent: Mauriac, Claude. 1962.

Scope and Content Note

This letter is in French.
Box 11

Correspondent: Maurois, Andre. 1935-1940.

Scope and Content Note

These letters are in French.
Box 11

Correspondent: Maurois, Charles. 1935, n.d.

Scope and Content Note

One letter is undated. These letters are in French.
Box 11

Correspondent: Mayo. 1978-1979.

Scope and Content Note

These letters are in French.
Box 11

Correspondent: McDonagh, Donald. 1975.

Box 11

Correspondent: McFadden, David. 1977.

Box 11

Correspondent: McIlvoy, Kevin. 1983.

Box 11

Correspondent: McIntosh, Mavis. 1949.

Scope and Content Note

Also: A. and S. Lyons, Inc. New York.
Box 11

Correspondent: McNeice, Louis. n.d,.

Scope and Content Note

Request for Edouard Roditi's poems to the publication.
Box 11

Correspondent: McPhee. n.d.

Box 11

Correspondent: McPherson, Jim. 1971.

Box 11

Correspondent: McWhirter, Norris D. 1978-1979.

Scope and Content Note

Typescript(carbon) of Edouard Roditi's letter, 16 December 1978, to Norris D. McWhirter is included. Re Magellan's slave, Enrique, in Roditi's book, "Magellan of the Pacific."
Box 11

Correspondent: Meckel, Christopher. 1971-1972.

Scope and Content Note

These letters are in German. Christopher Meckel's letter, 24 July 1971, has a crayon sketch.
Box 11

Correspondent: Meltzer, David. 1971-1973, n.d.

Scope and Content Note

Two letters are undated. One item is a postcard. Typescript(carbon) of Edouard Roditi's two letters, 23 December 1972 and 3 March 1973, to David Meltzer are included. Re Edouard Roditi's "Shekinah poems" and "The Conspiracy."
Box 11

Correspondent: Memmi, Albert. 1954-1964.

Scope and Content Note

One item is a review of Albert Memmi's novel, "The Pillar of Salt," translated by Edouard Roditi as it appeared in September 1963 issue of an unidentified magazine. This review is in English. Other letters are in French.
Box 11

Correspondent: Mendelson, Edward. 1970-1971.

Scope and Content Note

Typescript(carbon) of Edouard Roditi's letter, 16 November 1970, to Edward Mendelson is included. Re Roditi's translation of Auden's poetry.
Box 11

Correspondent: Menninger, Karl. 1941.

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Correspondent: Menzies, David. 1984, n.d.

Scope and Content Note

One item is an undated postcard.
Box 11

Correspondent: Meyers, Odette. 1984.

Scope and Content Note

Typescript(carbon) of Edouard Roditi's letter, 20 March 1984, to Odette Meyers. Re various topics on Jewish literature.
Box 11

Correspondent: Midstream. New York. 1977-1981.

Physical Description: [1 of 2 folders]

Scope and Content Note

Enclosed with Edouard Roditi's letter, 11 March 1981, to Joel Carmichael is Roditi's article, "Those Other Jews."; Carmichael, Joel
Typescript(carbon) of Roditi's letter, 11 March 1981, to Joel Carmichael is included. Re Roditi's articles on Singer's The Slave and "Neo-Kabbalism in the American Jewish counter-culture." Re Roditi's reviews on Chagall and American Jewish poets.
Box 11

Correspondent: Midstream. New York. 1981-1984.

Physical Description: [2 of 2 folders]

Scope and Content Note

Also: Aviv, Leora; Carmichael, Joel
Typescript(carbon) of Edouard Roditi's letter, 7 March 1983, to Joel Carmichael is included. One letter, 11 May 1982, is from Leora Aviv to Edouard Roditi. Re Roditi's review essay, "Elias Canetti" and his article on Italian-Jewish literature.
Box 11

Correspondent: Miki, Josef. n.d.

Scope and Content Note

One item has an original pen drawing by Josef Miki.
Box 11

Correspondent: Miles, Josephine. 1966-1973.

Scope and Content Note

Three postcards are included. Typescript(carbon) of Edouard Roditi's letter, 13 February 1972, to Josephine Miles is included. Re a variety of literary topics.
Box 11

Correspondent: Milet, Yves. 1967, n.d.

Scope and Content Note

One item is a card with printed illustration by Milet. The other item is a postcard announcing an exhibition by Milet, Bruxelles, Studio 65, opening 13 Janvier 1967.
Box 11

Correspondent: Miller, David. 1982.

Scope and Content Note

Enclosed with David Miller's letter, 21 May 1982, is photocopy of David Miller's poem, A Sort of Beguine.
Box 11

Correspondent: Miller, Henry.

Scope and Content Note

Re a variety of literary topics.
Box 11

Correspondent: Miller, Jeffrey. 1975-1984.

Scope and Content Note

Enclosed with Edouard Roditi's letter, 7 April 1984, is a page of acknowledgments for Guzin Dino, who advised Roditi in translating Yunus Emre's poems. Enclosed with the same letter is Jeffrey Miller' signed copy of the contract with Roditi.; Cadmus Editions. Tiburon-Belvedere, California.
Typescript(carbon) of Edouard Roditi's five letters, 3 January, 27 March, 7 April, 20 April and 18 July 1984, to Jeffrey Miller is included. One item is a postcard. Re Roditi's translation of 20 poems by Yunus Emre. Discussion of Roditi's writing plans.
Box 11

Correspondent: Miller, Mary Owings. 1944-1950, n.d.

Scope and Content Note

Also: Contemporary Poetry. Baltimore.
Four items are postcards. One postcard is undated. Re Roditi's possible contributions to "Contemporary Poetry" and Roditi's review of St. John Perse's "Eloges".
Box 11

Correspondent: Miller, Steve. 1982.

Box 11

Correspondent: Mills, Clark. 1941.

Scope and Content Note

Re a variety of literary topics.
Box 11

Correspondent: Milosz, Czeslaw. 1981.

Scope and Content Note

Also: Gorczynski, Renata
Re the plans of publishing works of Oskar Milosz. This letter is from Renata Gorczynski, Milosz's secretary, to ER.
Box 11

Correspondent: Minchen, H. n.d.

Scope and Content Note

Aide-de-Camp to the Prince of Wales, later the Duke of Windsor.
Box 11

Correspondent: Minet, Renee P. 1981-1983.

Scope and Content Note

These letters are in French.
Box 11

Correspondent: Misic, Amiel. 1982.

Box 11

Correspondent: Mizon, Luis. n.d.

Scope and Content Note

This letter is in French.
Box 11

Correspondent: Modern Language Quarterly. University of Washington. Seattle, Washington. 1940.

Scope and Content Note

Also: Nostrand, Howard Lee
Box 11

Correspondent: Modern Poetry in Translation. London. 1977-1979.

Scope and Content Note

Also: Knupfer, Walter; Weissbort, Daniel
Box 11

Correspondent: Modiano, Patrick. 1977.

Scope and Content Note

This letter is in French. Typescript(carbon) of Edouard Roditi's letter, 22 July 1977, to Patrick Modiano is included.
Box 11

Correspondent: Moering, Richard.

Physical Description: [1 of 3 folders]

Scope and Content Note

One letter is in German. One letter is in French. One letter is in English. These were original identified on the finding aid of July 1967 as Richard Moennig.
Box 11

Correspondent: Moering, Richard. 1952.

Physical Description: [2 of 3 folders]

Scope and Content Note

Four postcards are included. Typescript(carbon) of Edouard Roditi's four letters, 22 April, 20 May, 28 June and 18 July 1942, to Richard Moehring is included. These letters are in French.
Box 11

Correspondent: Moering, Richard. 1952.

Physical Description: [3 of 3 folders]

Scope and Content Note

Typescript(carbon) of Edouard Roditi's three letters in French, 3 September, 3 October and 12 December 1952, to Richard Moering is included. Richard Moering's four letters to Edouard Roditi are in German.
Box 11

Correspondent: Mohasses, Ardeshir. 1973-1977, n.d.

Scope and Content Note

Two items are postcards. Two items are undated. One item is a Christmas card with Ardeshir Mohasses's pen drawing.
Box 11

Correspondent: Monde. Paris. 1979.

Scope and Content Note

Also: Lauzanne, Bernard
This letter is in French.
Box 11

Correspondent: Monnier, Adrienne. 1929.

Scope and Content Note

This letter is in French.
Box 11

Correspondent: Monroe, Harriet. 1932.

Scope and Content Note

Also: Poetry. Chicago.
Box 11

Correspondent: Montemarano, Daniel J. 1982.

Scope and Content Note

A friendly letter from a reader.
Box 11

Correspondent: Moore, Henry. 1958.

Box 11

Correspondent: Moore, Nicholas. 1944-1946.

Scope and Content Note

Also: Editions Poetry. London.
One item is a postcard. Submission of Edouard Roditi's story, "Through the Needles's Eye," to the publication.
Box 11

Correspondent: Morandi, Giorgio. 1958-1963.

Scope and Content Note

These letters are in Italian. Edouard Roditi's holograph notes on the back of Giorgio Morandi's letter, 9 February 1958.
Box 11

Correspondent: Moreh, Mordecai. 1977-1983, n.d.

Scope and Content Note

One item is an undated New Year's card with a Moreh illustration in color tipped in. One item is an exhibition brochure of Moreh, 3 March 1977, in Paris with am autograph note by Moreh.
Box 11

Correspondent: Moreh, S. 1982.

Scope and Content Note

Also: Hebrew University of Jerusalem. Iraq.
Re Arabic poems by Jewish poets from Iraq.
Box 11

Correspondent: Morell, Piet. 1965.

Scope and Content Note

Enclosed with Piet Morell's letter, 2 January 1968, is photograph of Piet Morell's painting.
These letters are in German.
Box 11

Correspondent: Morison, S. E. 1972.

Scope and Content Note

Also: European Discovery of America; The Northern Voyages. The Southern Voyages. Cambridge, Mass.
This letter is from S. E. Morison to Justus G. Lawler regarding Roditi's forthcoming book on Magellan.
Box 11

Correspondent: Morrell, Ottoline. 1932, n.d.

Box 11

Correspondent: Morrien, Adriaan. 1953-1955.

Scope and Content Note

Also: Litterair Paspoort. Amsterdam.
Re Edouard Roditi's article on North African literature.
Box 11

Correspondent: Morrow, Bradford. 1980-1984.

Scope and Content Note

Enclosed with Edouard Roditi's letter, 17 March 1981, is final version of the Sereni poems and Mary Guggenheim's and Fritz Arnold's biographical notes. Enclosed with Bradford Morrow's letter, 19 September 1984, is a poster for a Roditi poetry reading.; Conjunctions. New York.
Typescript(carbon) of Edouard Roditi's letter, 17 March 1981, is included. Re submission of Edouard Roditi's translation of poems from Italian, French and various other non-English languages.
Box 11

Correspondent: Moss, Stanley. 1947-1979.

Scope and Content Note

Also: Sheep Meadow Press. New York.
Re publication of Edouard Roditi's Sufi Emre translations and other several reviews.
Box 11

Correspondent: Mourgues, Gerard. 1983.

Scope and Content Note

Also: Radio France. Paris.
This letter is in French.
Box 11

Correspondent: Mpahlele, Ezekiel. 1970.

Scope and Content Note

Typescript(carbon) of Edouard Roditi's letter, 27 October 1970, to Ezekiel Mpahlele is included. A discussion on African literatures.
Box 11

Correspondent: Mrabet, Mohammed. 1974.

Scope and Content Note

This letter is in Spanish.
Box 11

Correspondent: Munro, Thomas. 1946-1947.

Scope and Content Note

Also: Journal of Aesthetics and Art Criticism. Cleveland, Ohio.
Re Edouard Roditi's article on "Henri Bremond: Poetics as Mystagogy."
Box 11

Correspondent: Murry, John Middleton. 1946.

Box 11

Correspondent: Musee D'art Juif de Paris. Paris. 1976-1981.

Scope and Content Note

Enclosed with Claude-Gerard Marcus' letter, 31 March 1976, to Edouard Roditi is a page of "Price of art of Adolphe Neuman."; Marcus, Claude-Gerard
Box 11

Correspondent: Museo Sefardi de Toledo. Toledo. 1977-1981.

Scope and Content Note

Also: Morales, Arturo; Alvarez, Ana Maria Lopez
Box 11

Correspondent: Museum of Modern Art. New York. 1968.

Scope and Content Note

Also: Leff, Vivian
Box 11

Correspondent: Museum Tel-Aviv. Tel Aviv. 1933.

Scope and Content Note

This letter is in French.
Box 11

Correspondent: Myers, Bert. 1978.

Box 11

Correspondent: Mynors, Roger Aubrey Baskerville. 1935.

Scope and Content Note

Both letters are written from Balliol College, Oxford.
Box 12

Correspondent: 1934. Paris. 1934.

Box 12

Correspondent: Nadeau, Maurice. n.d.

Scope and Content Note

Also: Les Lettres Nouvelles. Paris.
These letters are in French.
Box 12

Correspondent: Nation. New York. 1938.

Scope and Content Note

Also: Marshall, Margaret
Box 12

Correspondent: National Gallery of Art. Washington, D. C. 1971-1983.

Scope and Content Note

Also: Weisberg, Gabriel P.; Rust, David E.
Box 12

Correspondent: National Museum of American Art. Washington. D. C. 1983.

Scope and Content Note

Also: Mecklenburg, Virginia M.
Box 12

Correspondent: Nationalgalerie. Staatliche Museen. Berlin. 1970-1977, n.d.

Scope and Content Note

Also: Krieger, Peter; Roters, Eberhard
One letter is a printed letter of appreciation for Edouard Roditi's help regarding the 15th European Art Exhibition. These letters are in German. Typescript(carbon) of Edouard Roditi's letter, 15 December 1975, to Peter Krieger is included.
Box 12

Correspondent: Nay, Ernst Wilhelm. 1961-1964.

Scope and Content Note

Enclosed with Ernst Nay's card with his signature, 12 September 1962, is an invitation card to Ernst Nay's exhibition at Museum Folkwang on September 14-21, 1962?
These letters are in German. One item is a card with Ernst Nay's signature.
Box 12

Correspondent: Nebel, Otto. 1964.

Scope and Content Note

This item is a postcard.
Box 12

Correspondent: Nemerov, Howard. 1968.

Box 12

Correspondent: Nerman, June. 1950.

Box 12

Correspondent: Neue Zeitung. Berlin Bureau. 1951.

Scope and Content Note

Also: Pagan, Raymond
Box 12

Correspondent: Neurotica. New York. 1951.

Scope and Content Note

Also: Legman, G.; Landesman, Jay
Two items are postcards.
Box 12

Correspondent: Neveux, Georges. 1928-1930, n.d.

Scope and Content Note

Also: Comedie Champs Elysees. Paris.
These letters are in French. One item is a postcard. Five letters are undated.
Box 12

Correspondent: New American Mercury. New York. 1951.

Scope and Content Note

Also: Brossard, Chandler
Submission of Roditi's "Letter from Berlin" to the publication.
Box 12

Correspondent: New Anvil. Chicago. 1939.

Box 12

Correspondent: New Criterion. New York. 1984.

Scope and Content Note

Also: Hilton, Kramer
Typescript(carbon) of Edouard Roditi's letter, 17 February 1984, to Kramer Hilton is included. Re Roditi's "Eric Blair" memoir, submission of Roditi's, "The Age of Improvidence," for the publication, and Roditi's translation of Walpole's Hieroglyphic Tales.
Box 12

Correspondent: New Directions. New York. 1967-1983.

Scope and Content Note

Also: Martin, Frederick R.; Glassgold, Peter
Typescript(carbon) of Edouard Roditi's letter, 6 January 1983, is included. Typescript(carbon) of Peter Glassgold's one letter, 7 April 1977, to Winston Leyland and one letter, 8 April 1977, to Murray Polner are included.
Box 12

Correspondent: New Horizons. Chicago. 1940.

Scope and Content Note

Also: William, Robert
Re Edouard Roditi's manuscript on the relation between artistic creations and war.
Box 12

Correspondent: New Leader. New York. 1964-1969.

Scope and Content Note

Also: Kolatch, Myron
One letter is from a reader.
Box 12

Correspondent: New Mexico Quarterly Review. Albuquerque, N. M. 1945.

Scope and Content Note

Also: Wynn, Dudley
Box 12

Correspondent: New Statesman & Nation. London. 1949.

Scope and Content Note

Also: Allen, Walter
Box 12

Correspondent: New York Times. Book Review. New York. 1943-1952.

Scope and Content Note

Also: Adams, J. Donald
Re Edouard Roditi's translation of Foster's poem "Fontaine".
Box 12

Correspondent: New York University. New York. 1973.

Scope and Content Note

Also: Balakian, Anna
Box 12

Correspondent: New Yorker. New York. 1984.

Scope and Content Note

Also: McGrath, Charles; Moss, Howard
Typescript(carbon) of Edouard Roditi's letter, 8 April 1984, is included.
Box 12

Correspondent: Newborn, Sasha. 1979-1982.

Scope and Content Note

Also: Bandanna Books. Santa Barbara, Calif.
Enclosed with Sasha Newborn's letter, 27 January 1979, is a newsletter of Mudborn Press.
Also: Mudborn Press. Santa Barbara, Calif.
One item is a postcard, 19 April 1979, with poem "Bright Ones" by Robert Brandt printed on the verso. Re Edouard Roditi's "Delights of Turkey" book.
Box 12

Correspondent: Newton, Douglas. 1946.

Scope and Content Note

Also: Contact. London.
Box 12

Correspondent: Nicely, Tom. 1976.

Box 12

Correspondent: Nicoidski, Clarisse and Robert. 1983, n.d.

Scope and Content Note

Also: Nicoidski, Robert
One item is a printed portrait, 1983, of or by Robert Nicoidski with holograph notes on the verso. One item is an undated card. These letters are in French.
Box 12

Correspondent: Nicolson, Harold. 1949.

Scope and Content Note

Re Edouard Roditi's book on Oscar Wilde.
Box 12

Correspondent: Nin, Anais. n.d.

Scope and Content Note

This item is an undated note on rice paper.
Box 12

Correspondent: Noailles, Marie-Laure de. 1957, n.d.

Scope and Content Note

One letter is undated. These letters are in French.
Box 12

Correspondent: Norddeutscher Rundfunk. Hamburg. 1982-1984.

Scope and Content Note

Also: Schroeder, Ursel; Breloer, Heinrich
These letters are in German. Photocopy of Ursel Schroeder's announcement, 22 March 1984, regarding the life of Klaus Mann is included.
Box 12

Correspondent: Norman, Dorothy. 1939-1950.

Scope and Content Note

Also: Twice a Year. New York.
Re Edouard Roditi's piece on Fascist poetry.
Box 12

Correspondent: Norse, Harold. 1974-1975.

Scope and Content Note

Re submission of Edouard Roditi's article, "Emperor of Midnight" and other writings to the publication. One item is an advertisement for Harold Norse's poems, "Hotel Nirvana."
Box 12

Correspondent: North Point Press. Berkeley. 1982.

Scope and Content Note

Also: Christensen, Thomas
Box 12

Correspondent: Noth, Ernst Erich. 1934-1950.

Physical Description: [1 of 2 folders]

Scope and Content Note

Also: Books Abroad. Norman, Oklahoma.
Five editors are in French. Five letters are in English. Re Edouard Roditi's article, "America in the Mirror of German Poetry".
Box 12

Correspondent: Noth, Ernst Erich. 1950-1959.

Physical Description: [2 of 2 folders]

Scope and Content Note

Also: Books Abroad. Norman, Oklahoma.
Box 12

Correspondent: Novel. Brown University. Providence, Rhode Island. 1967.

Scope and Content Note

Enclosed with Park Honan's letter, 16 October 1967, to Edouard Roditi is the Outside- Reader's report on Roditi's manuscript, "Proust Recaptured."; Honan, Park
Box 12

Correspondent: Nymphenburger Verlagshandlung. Muenchen. 1948-1965.

Scope and Content Note

Also: Knesebeck, v.
These letters are in German.
Box 12

Correspondent: Oberlin College Library. Oberlin, Ohio. 1974.

Scope and Content Note

Re Edouard Roditi's gift to the college.
Box 12

Correspondent: Oelze, Richard. 1933.

Scope and Content Note

These letters are in German.
Box 12

Correspondent: Oppen, George. 1980.

Scope and Content Note

Enclosed with George Oppen's letter, 1 December 1980, is Oppen's selection of poems for an unnamed anthology. Also enclosed is a partial French translation by Roditi of Oppen's poem, "Semite," and Herman Specter's "Harlem River."
Box 12

Correspondent: Oppenheim, Meret La Roche. 1972.

Scope and Content Note

These letters are in French.
Box 12

Correspondent: Orenstein, Gloria Feman. 1976.

Scope and Content Note

Enclosed with Gloria Orenstein's letter, 4 December 1976, is photocopy of a letter from Gloria Orenstein, et al. to a new member.
Box 12

Correspondent: Organization for Economic Co-Operation and Development. Paris. 1980-1982.

Scope and Content Note

Re Edouard Roditi's appointment as Conference Interpreter.
Box 12

Correspondent: Orwell, Sonia.

Scope and Content Note

Typescript(carbon) of Edouard Roditi's letter, 11 November 1970, to Sonia Orwell. Re Edouard Roditi's literary acquaintance with George Orwell. Re Roditi's poem, "Trafalgar Square".
Box 12

Correspondent: Otto, Christian F. 1964-1965.

Scope and Content Note

Re Edouard Roditi's informative letter discussing Gabriele Muenter's style.
Box 12

Correspondent: Otto, Ernst J. 1949-1950.

Scope and Content Note

These letters are in German.
Box 12

Correspondent: Oury-Bangor, Francois. 1980.

Scope and Content Note

This letter is in French.
Box 12

Correspondent: Ozenfant, Amadee. 1962-1966.

Scope and Content Note

Also: Atelier Ozenfant. Cannes.
One item is a notecard, Cannes, 8/4/62. Also included are New Years cards for 1964 and 1966.
Box 12

Correspondent: Pacanowska, Felicia. 1968-1976.

Scope and Content Note

Enclosed with Felicia Pacanowska's letter, 2 February 1976, to Edouard Roditi is an untitled woodblock print, no. 55/140, inscribed "A Edouard Roditi--Melleurs Voeux pour 1976."
These letters are in French.
Box 12

Correspondent: Paco D'Arcos, Joaquim. 1961-1971.

Scope and Content Note

Also: Sociedade Portuguesa de Escritores. Lisbon.
These letters are in Portuguese.
Box 12

Correspondent: Padgett, Ron. 1967.

Box 12

Correspondent: Paeschke, Hans. 1952-1953.

Scope and Content Note

Also: Merkur. Muenchen.
Two letters are in French. Four letters are in German. Typescript(carbon) of Edouard Roditi's letter, 6 October 1952, to Hans Paeschke is included.
Box 12

Correspondent: Palmier, J. M. n.d.

Scope and Content Note

This letter is in French.
Box 12

Correspondent: Panjandrum Press. San Francisco, Calif. 1977.

Scope and Content Note

Also: Koran, Dennis
Re ER's aphorisms.
Box 12

Correspondent: Parabola. New York. 1983.

Scope and Content Note

Re Edouard Roditi's essay on Yunus Emre.
Box 12

Correspondent: Parisi, Peter. 1979-1981.

Scope and Content Note

Enclosed with Peter Parisi's letter, 15 April 1980, to Edouard Roditi is photocopy of an article by Sherman Paul on "The Empire City".
Re discussion of Paul Goodman's literary works and Edouard Roditi's essay, "The Empire City." With Parisi's letter of 5 February 1981 is a typescript(carbon) copy of Roditi's biographical notes.
Box 12

Correspondent: Parkinson, Thomas. 1971.

Box 12

Correspondent: Passos, Carlos de. 1953.

Scope and Content Note

This letter is in French.
Box 12

Correspondent: Paston, Antonio. 1935, n.d.

Box 12

Correspondent: Patmore, Derek. 1968-1970.

Scope and Content Note

Also: Savage Club. London.
Box 12

Correspondent: Pauker, John. 1942-1950.

Scope and Content Note

Also: Angleton, James; Furioso. Madison, Connecticut.
Box 12

Correspondent: Paulham, Jean & Germaine. 1932-1934, n.d.

Physical Description: [1 of 2 folders]

Scope and Content Note

Also: Paulham, Germaine; Librairie Gallimard. Paris.
These letters are in French. Three items are undated.
Box 12

Correspondent: Paulham, Jean & Germaine. 1934-1963.

Physical Description: [2 of 2 folders]

Scope and Content Note

Also: Paulham, Germaine; Librairie Gallimard. Paris.
These letters are in French.
Box 12

Correspondent: Pavlu, Angelica. 1976.

Scope and Content Note

These letters are in French.
Box 12

Correspondent: Pela, Mozart. 1983.

Scope and Content Note

This item is a postcard and is in French.
Box 12

Correspondent: Pena, Sandro. 1952.

Box 12

Correspondent: Pernot, H. 1940.

Scope and Content Note

This letter is in French.
Box 12

Correspondent: Perry, Grace. 1967.

Scope and Content Note

Also: South Head Press. Sydney, Australia.
Box 12

Correspondent: Pevear, Richard. 1975.

Box 12

Correspondent: Peyre, Henri. 1958.

Scope and Content Note

This letter is in French.
Box 13

Correspondent: Phelps, Robert. 1973.

Box 13

Correspondent: Philosophic Abstracts. New York. 1942.

Scope and Content Note

One item is a postcard. Re Edoaurd Roditi's membership in the American Society for Aesthetics and Roditi's request to read a paper on "The Critical Standards of the Troubadours."
Box 13

Correspondent: Picasso, Pablo. 1956.

Scope and Content Note

A facsimile of Picasso's letter to Bela Crzobel, 27 January 1956.
Box 13

Correspondent: Pictures on Exhibit. New York. 1981.

Box 13

Correspondent: Pierre-Quint, Leon. 1931, n.d.

Physical Description: [1 of 11 folders]

Scope and Content Note

Leon Pierre-Quint's letter, 6 November 1931, to Pierre Roditi, Revue Nouvelle, is included.
Box 13

Correspondent: Pierre-Quint, Leon. 1931-1934.

Physical Description: [2 of 11 folders]
Box 13

Correspondent: Pierre-Quint, Leon. 1934-1938.

Physical Description: [3 of 11 folders]
Box 13

Correspondent: Pierre-Quint, Leon. 1938-1940.

Physical Description: [4 of 11 folders]
Box 13

Correspondent: Pierre-Quint, Leon. 1940-1941.

Physical Description: [5 of 11 folders]
Box 13

Correspondent: Pierre-Quint, Leon. 1941.

Physical Description: [6 of 11 folders]

Scope and Content Note

Photocopy of F. M. Joseph's letter, 3 June 1941, to Claude Constantin Goldstein is included.
Box 13

Correspondent: Pierre-Quint, Leon. 1941-1946.

Physical Description: [7 of 11 folders]
Box 13

Correspondent: Pierre-Quint, Leon. 1946-1952.

Physical Description: [8 of 11 folders]

Scope and Content Note

Also: Editions du Sagittaire. Paris.
Box 13

Correspondent: Pierre-Quint, Leon. 1952.

Physical Description: [9 of 11 folders]

Scope and Content Note

Typescript(carbon) of Edouard Roditi's four letters, 9 May, 27 May, 20 August and 2 September 1952, to L. Pierre-Quint is included. Typescript(carbon) of G. Sonnenfeld(Roditi's secretary)'s letters to P.-Quint is included.
Box 13

Correspondent: Pierre-Quint, Leon. 1952.

Physical Description: [10 of 11 folders]

Scope and Content Note

Typescript(carbon) of Roditi's six letters, 30 September, 7 October, 7 Oct. 15 October, 14 November and 18 November 1952, to Pierre-Quint is included. L.-P.'s letter to Director's office of the Revue "Profile" is included.
Box 13

Correspondent: Pierre-Quint, Leon. 1952-1954.

Physical Description: [11 of 11 folders]
Box 13

Correspondent: Pinacotheque Nationale. Athenes. 1981.

Scope and Content Note

Typescript(carbon) of Edouard Roditi's letter, 7 October 1981, to Pinacotheque Nationale of Athenes.
Box 13

Correspondent: Pinto, Maria Amelia de Azevedo. 1944-1972.

Scope and Content Note

Three items are postcards, 20 Mai 1944, 3 November 1971, 18 Janeiro 1972. One item is a calling card with manuscript notes. These letters are in Portuguese.
Box 13

Correspondent: Playboy. Chicago.

Scope and Content Note

Also: Hefner, Hugh; Macauley, Robie
Typescript(carbon) of Roditi's letter, 17 May 1967, to H. Hefner is included. Included are letters from Macauley to Gunther Stuhlmann and photocopy of Macauley's letter to Stuhlmann is included. Re submission of Roditi's two Turkish stories to Playboy.
Box 13

Correspondent: Plotin, Henri. 1966.

Scope and Content Note

This letter is in German.
Box 13

Correspondent: Podhoretz, Norman. 1979.

Scope and Content Note

Enclosed with Edouard Roditi's letter, 19 March 1979, is photocopy of Roditi's piece, the Wandering Jew.; Commentary. New York.
Submission of Edouard Roditi's piece, the Wandering Jew, to the publication.
Box 13

Correspondent: Poetry Bag. Columbia, Mo. n.d.

Scope and Content Note

Also: Dickey, R. P.
Submission of Edouard Roditi's poem, "Drunken Paradox" to the publication.
Box 13

Correspondent: Poetry. A Magazine of Verse. Chicago. 1939-1942, n.d.

Physical Description: [1 of 3 folders]

Scope and Content Note

Also: Udell, Geraldine
Five items are postcards and four postcards are undated. Submission of Roditi's writings to the publication.
Box 13

Correspondent: Poetry. A Magazine of Verse. Chicago. 1943-1945.

Physical Description: [2 of 3 folders]

Scope and Content Note

Also: Strobel, Marion; Peters, Margedant
Three postcards are included. Submission of Edouard Roditi's articles on the underground poetry of France and "the nature of knowledge".
Box 13

Correspondent: Poetry. A Magazine of Verse. Chicago. 1945-1984.

Physical Description: [3 of 3 folders]

Scope and Content Note

Also: Nims, John
Six postcards are included. Typescript(carbon) of Edouard Roditi's letter, 7 April 1984, to John Nims regarding submission of Roditi's Re Roditi's article on Wilde and various reviews.
Box 13

Correspondent: Poetry. Chicago. 1955-1968, n.d.

Scope and Content Note

Also: Rago, Henry
Box 13

Correspondent: Poetry. The Australian International Quarterly of Verse. Adelaide, Australia. 1946.

Box 13

Correspondent: Poggioli, Renato. 1946.

Scope and Content Note

Also: Fratelli Parenti Editori. Biblioteca Contemporanea. Firenze and Providence, Rhode Island.
One letter is in Italian. One item is a postcard. One letter is from Renato Poggioli to Edouard Roditi's sister re Edouard Roditi's essay on Wilde and an essay, "The Birth of Political and Artistic Romanticism."
Box 13

Correspondent: Polack, Philip. 1975.

Box 13

Correspondent: Politzer, Heinz. 1953.

Box 13

Correspondent: Pollak, Felix. 1980.

Box 13

Correspondent: Pollinger, Murray and Gina. 1979.

Scope and Content Note

Also: Pollinger, Gina
Typescript(carbon) of Edouard Roditi's letter, 30 January 1979, to Gina and Murray Pollinger. Re Edouard Roditi's autobiography, "The Making of an Alien".
Box 13

Correspondent: Polsky, Ned. 1950.

Scope and Content Note

Also: Chicago Review. Chicago.
Box 13

Correspondent: Pomeroy, Ralph. 1983.

Scope and Content Note

Re Edouard Roditi's submission to the publication.
Box 13

Correspondent: Pontalis, J. B. 1973.

Scope and Content Note

This letter is in French.
Box 13

Correspondent: Ponzol, Henri. 1983.

Scope and Content Note

This letter is in French.
Box 13

Correspondent: Popkin, Debra. 1974.

Box 13

Correspondent: Potok, Chaim. 1970-1971.

Scope and Content Note

Also: Jewish Publication Society of America. Philadelphia, Pa.
Box 13

Correspondent: Pouzol, Henri. 1983.

Scope and Content Note

These letters are in French.
Box 13

Correspondent: Powell, Lawrence Clark. 1949.

Scope and Content Note

Re shipment of Edouard Roditi's autograph letters to University of California, Los Angeles library.
Box 13

Correspondent: Pozner, Vladimir. 1941.

Box 13

Correspondent: Present Tense. New York. 1977-1983.

Scope and Content Note

Also: Polner, Murray
Typescript(carbon) of Edouard Roditi's letter, 10 January 1983, to Murray Polner re Roditi's projected review on Rabbi Marc Angel's "La America: The Sephardic Experience in the United States". Ts(c) of Laurie Callahan's letter to Polner is included.
Box 13

Correspondent: Prieto, Gregorio. 1930, n.d.

Box 13

Correspondent: Prins, Sonja. 1930.

Scope and Content Note

Also: Front. Amsterdam.
Box 13

Correspondent: Prokosch, Frederic. n.d.

Scope and Content Note

Re a variety of literary topics.
Box 13

Correspondent: Prometeu. Porto, Portugal. 1953.

Scope and Content Note

This letter is in Portugal.
Box 13

Correspondent: Psychedelic Review. San Francisco. 1969.

Box 13

Correspondent: Pustel, Gabriel. 1963.

Scope and Content Note

Discussion on Thomas Dylan.
Box 13

Correspondent: Putnam, Samuel. 1933-1941.

Box 13

Correspondent: Qorban. Paris. 1979.

Scope and Content Note

Also: Aubier, Dominique
This letter is in French.
Box 13

Correspondent: Quasimodo, Salvatore. 1952-1961.

Scope and Content Note

Eight letters are in Italian. Typescript(carbon) of Edouard Roditi's two letters in French, 9 November and 8 December 1952, to Salvatore Quasimodo is included. Typescript(carbon) of letter of Roditi's secretary, G. Sonnenfeld, to S. Quasimodo.
Box 13

Correspondent: Queneau, Raymond. 1939.

Scope and Content Note

This letter is in French.
Box 13

Correspondent: Quennell, Peter. n.d.

Scope and Content Note

Edouard Roditi's submission of an essay on Wilde.
Box 13

Correspondent: Quigley, Margery. 1942.

Scope and Content Note

Also: Brown, Charles
This letter is from Charles Brown to Margery C. Quigley. Margery Quigley's holograph notes to Edouard Roditi are at the top of this letter.
Box 13

Correspondent: Rabi. 1965.

Scope and Content Note

This letter is in French.
Box 13

Correspondent: Racine, Kathleen. n.d.

Scope and Content Note

Also: Temenos. London.
Two letters are undated. Edouard Roditi's submission to "Temenos".
Box 13

Correspondent: Radio France. Paris. 1983.

Scope and Content Note

Also: Francois, Janine
Copy of contract for participation in French radio program on philosopher and poet Benjamin Fondane is included.
Box 13

Correspondent: Rago, Henry. 1955.

Scope and Content Note

Also: Poetry. Chicago.
One letter, 14 November 1955, is from Thomas Cole to Henry Rago regarding Edouard Roditi's article on Ezra Pound and his insanity. Roditi's letter, 17 November 1955, to Henry Rago is a response concerning it.
Box 13

Correspondent: Rahv, Philip. 1943-1958, n.d.

Scope and Content Note

Also: Partisan Review. New York.
Two letters are undated. Re Roditi's translation of Kafka's texts and "The Berlin Letter."
Box 13

Correspondent: Rajakoski, Esko. 1977.

Scope and Content Note

One item is an invitation from the Finnish ambassador, Esko Rajakavski, to Edouard Roditi for a reception.
Box 13

Correspondent: Rannit, Aleksis. 1975.

Scope and Content Note

Enclosed with Aleksis Rannit's letter, 20 June 1975, are a photocopy and printed works of Rannit. Enclosed with A. Rannit's letter, 2 July 1975, is photocopy of reviews on Rannit's poetry by various critics.
Box 13

Correspondent: Ransom, John Crowe. 1939-1946, n.d.

Scope and Content Note

Also: Kenyon Review. Gambier, Ohio.
Four letters are undated. One item is a postcard. Submission of Edouard Roditi's Svevo essay and his other works.
Box 13

Correspondent: Raval, Marcel. n.d.

Scope and Content Note

This item is a calling with Ravel's autograph note in French.
Box 13

Correspondent: Rave, Paul Ortwin. 1949.

Scope and Content Note

This letter is in German.
Box 13

Correspondent: Raynaud, Franziska. 1979-1982.

Scope and Content Note

These letters are in French. One item is a business card with Raynaud's autograph note, 3 June 1979.
Box 13

Correspondent: Red Ozier Press. New York. 1982, n.d.

Scope and Content Note

Enclosed with an undated reception invitation for Isaac Bashevis Singer's and Richard Callmer's book,"One Day of Happiness," is a prospectus for the book. Enclosed with ROP's letter to Roditi, 8 December 1982, is a postscript on a scrap of paper.
One undated item is a prospectus for 1982 Red Ozier Press publications.
Box 13

Correspondent: Redaktion der Zeitschrift Fuer Romanische Philologie und Beihefte. Graechen. 1938.

Scope and Content Note

Also: Wartburg, Walther
This letter is in French.
Box 14

Correspondent: Rees, Richard. 1931-1933, n.d.

Physical Description: [1 of 2 folders]

Scope and Content Note

Also: Adelphi. London.
Two letters are undated. Four postcards are included. Re Edouard Roditi's submission to "Adelphi".
Box 14

Correspondent: Rees, Richard. 1931-1933.

Physical Description: [2 of 2 folders]

Scope and Content Note

Also: Adelphi. London.
One postcard is included. Re Edouard Roditi's submission to "Adelphi".
Box 14

Correspondent: Remzi. 1974-1977.

Scope and Content Note

Three items are photographs of Remzi's paintings.
Box 14

Correspondent: Replansky, Naomi. 1982.

Scope and Content Note

Enclosed with Naomi Replansky's letter, 6 July 1981, is a revised version of her poem. "The Mad Inventor."
Box 14

Correspondent: Reporter. New York. 1949-1951.

Scope and Content Note

Also: Dalcher, Louisa; Horton, Philip
Submission of Edouard Roditi's article, "The Berlin Letter," to the publication.
Box 14

Correspondent: Reth, Alfred. 1958.

Scope and Content Note

This letter is in French.
Box 14

Correspondent: Review of Politics. Notre Dame, Indiana. 1950.

Box 14

Correspondent: Revue de Paris. Paris. 1964.

Scope and Content Note

This letter is in French.
Box 14

Correspondent: Revue Nouvelle. Paris. 1931.

Scope and Content Note

This letter is in French.
Box 14

Correspondent: Rexroth, Kenneth. 1940-1953, n.d.

Physical Description: [1 of 3 folders]

Scope and Content Note

Also: Rexroth, Mary
Four letters are undated. One undated letter is from Mary Rexroth to Edouard Roditi. Typescript(carbon) of one undated letter is from Roditi to Mary Rexroth.
Box 14

Correspondent: Rexroth, Kenneth. 1954-1966.

Physical Description: [2 of 3 folders]

Scope and Content Note

A discussion on a variety of literary topics and news of mutual friends.
Box 14

Correspondent: Rexroth, Kenneth. 1966-1974.

Physical Description: [3 of 3 folders]
Box 14

Correspondent: Rhode Island School of Design. Providence, Rhode Island. 1968.

Scope and Content Note

Enclosed with letter of 20 May 1968 from Daniel Robbins to Edouard Roditi are lists of gifts from E. Roditi (?) to the Museum of Art.; Robbins, Daniel
Box 14

Correspondent: Rice, Philip Blair. 1944-1951.

Scope and Content Note

Also: Kenyon Review. Gambier, Ohio.
Typescript(carbon) of Edouard Roditi's letter to the editor of the "Kenyon Review," 2 July 1984, is included concerning Paul Goodman's review of Roditi's book on Oscar Wilde. Submission of Roditi's article on Valery.
Box 14

Correspondent: Richter, Friedrich. 1953.

Scope and Content Note

This letter is in German.
Box 14

Correspondent: Richter, Hans. 1971-1975.

Scope and Content Note

One item is a postcard.
Box 14

Correspondent: Richter, Heinrich. 1965-1971, n.d.

Scope and Content Note

Also: Richter, Mila
One undated item is an invitation to "2e Salon International de Galeries-Pilotes," Lausanne. One postcard is in French. Three letters are in German.
Box 14

Correspondent: Riding, Laura. 1928, n.d.

Scope and Content Note

One letter is undated.
Box 14

Correspondent: Rieger, Elisabeth. 1971.

Scope and Content Note

This letter is in French.
Box 14

Correspondent: Riggan, William. 1980.

Scope and Content Note

Also: World Literature Today. Norman, Oklahoma.
Box 14

Correspondent: Rivas, Rene. 1981.

Scope and Content Note

This letter is in French.
Box 14

Correspondent: Robertson, Mary L. 1979.

Scope and Content Note

Also: Henry E.Huntington Library. Manuscripts Department. San Marino, California.
Submission of Roditi's article on Provencal literature to the publication (Huntington Library Quarterly). Typescript(carbon) of Roditi's letter, 27 March 1979, to Mary Robertson is included. u
Box 14

Correspondent: Rockefeller Foundation. New York. 1982-1983.

Scope and Content Note

Also: Lavine, Steven David
Submission of Edouard Roditi's essay, "My Quest for a Sefardi Identity."
Box 14

Correspondent: Roditi, Edouard. 1958-1966.

Physical Description: [1 of 2 folders]

Scope and Content Note

Enclosed with typescript(carbon) of Edouard Roditi's undated letter is a response to John Thwartes's article, "The Worst in Arts: An Examination." Enclosed with Roditi's letter, 21 January 1958, to Picard is Picard's letter to the editor of Commentary.; Picard, Jacob
Five letters are in French. Typescript(carbon) of Roditi's letter, 21 January 1958, to Jacob Picard is included. This folder generally contains letters to and from readers and editors of Jewish periodicals, often in response to articles by Roditi.
Box 14

Correspondent: Roditi, Edouard. 1967-1977.

Physical Description: [2 of 2 folders]

Scope and Content Note

Enclosed with Nancy Kobrin's letter, 27 June 1975, to Edouard Roditi is Roditi's list of several authors and their books.
6 letters are in French.
Box 14

Correspondent: Roditi, Georges. 1975-1979.

Scope and Content Note

These letters are in French.
Box 14

Correspondent: Roditi, Harold. 1983, n.d.

Scope and Content Note

Also: Bentata, J; Castro-Duque, Romiro
One item is a calling card from J. Bentata to Harold Roditi with autograph notes. Another item is a letter from Ramiro Castro-Duque to Harold Roditi, Bogota, 29 May 1973, with a autograph note from Doris Roditi on the bottom of the letter.
Box 14

Correspondent: Roldan. 1975.

Scope and Content Note

One item is a postcard in French.
Box 14

Correspondent: Rorem, Ned. 1948-64, n.d.

Physical Description: [1 of 4 folders]

Scope and Content Note

Also: Rorem, Ned - Portrait.
Two letters are undated. One item is a photograph of Ned Rorem, inscribed to Edouard Roditi, Paris, 1955.
Box 14

Correspondent: Rorem, Ned. 1964-1972.

Physical Description: [2 of 4 folders]

Scope and Content Note

One item is a postcard. Rorem's letter to Roditi, 4 August 1972, brings news of Paul Goodman's death.
Box 14

Correspondent: Rorem, Ned. 1972-1979.

Physical Description: [3 of 4 folders]

Scope and Content Note

Enclosed with Ned Rorem's letter, 26 September 1973, to Edouard Roditi is a poster of "Two Concerts of Recent Music," Lincoln Center, Alice Tully Hall, 25 and 26 November [1973]
One postcard is included. One item is a brochure concerning Ned Rorem's published works.
Box 14

Correspondent: Rorem, Ned. 1980-1984.

Physical Description: [4 of 4 folders]

Scope and Content Note

Letter of 14 January 1982 to Edouard Roditi is written on verso of a poster advertising a performance of Rorem's compositions at the 92nd St. YMHA, New York. Letter of 24 April 1983 to ER written on prospectus for Rorem's North Point Press publications.
Box 14

Correspondent: Rose Gaddis, Marilyn. 1981.

Scope and Content Note

Typescript(carbon) of Edouard Roditi's letter, November 6, 1981, to Gaddis Rose in included.
Box 14

Correspondent: Rosenberg, Henri. 1937.

Box 14

Correspondent: Rosenfeld, Alvin. 1968-1979.

Scope and Content Note

Enclosed with Alvin Rosenfeld's letter, 29 June 1968, to Edouard Roditi is a photocopy of Rosenfeld's review of Roditi's book of poems, "New Hieroglyphic Tales: Prose Poems".
Typescript(carbon) of Edouard Roditi's letter, 21 July 1972, to Alvin Rosenfeld, is included.
Box 14

Correspondent: Rosenfeld, Isabel. n.d.

Scope and Content Note

Also: Partisan Review. New York.
One letter is undated.
Box 14

Correspondent: Rosenfeld, Sidney. 1973-1980.

Scope and Content Note

Also: Oberlin College. Oberlin, Ohio.
Edouard Roditi's engagement in "Residency Projects" at Oberlin College.
Box 14

Correspondent: Rosenthal, Raymond. 1973-1974.

Scope and Content Note

Discussion on Paul Bowles' life and works.
Box 14

Correspondent: Ross, Alan. 1969.

Scope and Content Note

Item is a postcard.
Box 14

Correspondent: Ross, Richard Fenton. 1984.

Scope and Content Note

Typescript(carbon) of Edouard Roditi's letter, 30 March 1984, to Richard Ross is included concerning possible lecture assignments in Europe and Africa.
Box 14

Correspondent: Rossi, Giuseppe Carlo.

Scope and Content Note

Enclosed with Giuseppe Rossi's letter, 6 June 1979, is a summary of the issue number XXI, 2 of 1979 in Annali of Istituto Universitario Orientale.; Istituto Universitario Orientale. Napoli, Italy.
Three letters are in Italian. Two letter are in French. Typescript(carbon) of Edouard Roditi's letters, 6 August and 30 October 1979, are included.
Box 14

Correspondent: Roters, Eberhard. 1966-1977.

Scope and Content Note

These letters are in German.
Box 14

Correspondent: Roth, Lola. n.d.

Scope and Content Note

This letter is in German.
Box 14

Correspondent: Rothenberg, Jerome. 1975-1982.

Scope and Content Note

Two items are postcards which have Jerome Rothenberg's poems on the verso.
Box 14

Correspondent: Rothenstein, Sir John. 1959.

Scope and Content Note

Also: Tate Gallery. London.
Box 14

Correspondent: Rothman, Joseph. 1968, n.d.

Scope and Content Note

Enclosed with photocopy of Joseph Rothman's letter, 30 January and 19 February 1968, are two drafts of a bill concerning falsification of certificates of authenticity.; Department of Law. State of New York. New York.
Typescript(carbon) of Edouard Roditi's three letters, 6 March, 16 May 1968 and 1 undated, to Joseph Rothman is included concerning Roditi's article on "Art Frauds" for the Encyclopedia Britannica.
Box 14

Correspondent: Rothschild, Guy de. n.d.

Scope and Content Note

Item is a postcard in French.
Box 14

Correspondent: Rothschild, Halphen. n.d.

Scope and Content Note

This letter is in French.
Box 14

Correspondent: Rougement, Denis de. 1949-1969.

Box 14

Correspondent: Rowland, Chris. 1980.

Scope and Content Note

From Chris Rowland to Mary Guggenheim.
Box 14

Correspondent: Rozsda, Endre. 1966.

Scope and Content Note

This letter is in French.
Box 14

Correspondent: Rudolf, Anthony. n.d.

Physical Description: [1 of 6 folders]

Scope and Content Note

Enclosed with an undated letter from Anthony Rudolf to Edouard Roditi are several poems by Anthony Rudolf.; European Judaism. London.
Box 14

Correspondent: Rudolf, Anthony. n.d.

Physical Description: [2 of 6 folders]

Scope and Content Note

Also: Chapman. Edinburgh.; Menard Press. London.
One is an announcement for "Blast."
Box 14

Correspondent: Rudolf, Anthony. n.d.

Physical Description: [3 of 6 folders]

Scope and Content Note

Also: Menard Press. London.
Box 14

Correspondent: Rudolf, Anthony. n.d.

Physical Description: [4 of 6 folders]

Scope and Content Note

Also: Menard Press. London.
Box 14

Correspondent: Rudolf, Anthony. 1972-1977, n.d.

Physical Description: [5 of 6 folders]

Scope and Content Note

Also: Menard Press. London.
Box 14

Correspondent: Rudolf, Anthony. 1977-1983.

Physical Description: [6 of 6 folders]

Scope and Content Note

Also: Menard Press. London.
A brochure celebrating Michael Hamburger's and the Menard Press's birthdays is included.
Box 14

Correspondent: Russell, Peter. 1953-1954.

Scope and Content Note

Also: Nine. Tunbridge Wells.
Submission of Edouard Roditi's manuscript, "News from the Salt Mines" to the publication.
Box 14

Correspondent: Rutgers. State University of New Jersey. New Brunswick, New Jersey. 1979.

Scope and Content Note

Enclosed with Peter Parasi's letter, 2 October 1979, is a prospectus for a future anthology re Paul Goodman.; Parisi, Peter
Re an article on Paul Goodman by ER.
Box 14

Correspondent: Ryvel. (Raphael Levy). 1938.

Scope and Content Note

Also: Levy, Raphael
This letter is in French.
Box 15

Correspondent: Sabato, Ernesto. 1984.

Scope and Content Note

These letters are in Spanish. Two letters, 6 February 1984, are identical and one of them is typescript(carbon) of the original.
Box 15

Correspondent: Sabato, Matilde.

Scope and Content Note

Enclosed with Matilde Sabato's letter, 21 March 1984, are photocopy of an advertisement of Ernesto Sabato's prize (Le Prix du Meilleur Livre Etranger 1976) winning book, L'Ange des Tenegres and of various reviews in French on this book.
This letter is in Spanish.
Box 15

Correspondent: Sacher, Harry. 1935.

Box 15

Correspondent: Sacher, Howard. 1981.

Scope and Content Note

Also: George Washington University. Washington, D. C.
Discussion on the contemporary Diaspora communities outside Israel and the United States.
Box 15

Correspondent: Sachs, David. n.d.

Box 15

Correspondent: Sachs, Maurice. 1934.

Scope and Content Note

This letter is in French.
Box 15

Correspondent: Sackville-West, Edward. 1950.

Box 15

Correspondent: Sahl, Hans. 1937-1981.

Scope and Content Note

Enclosed with Hans Sahl's letter, 20 April 1981, to Edouard Roditi is a photocopy of a book review on an anthology of modern Jewish lyric.
These letters are in German. One item is a Christmas card.
Box 15

Correspondent: Sainsbury, Geoffrey. 1931-1932.

Scope and Content Note

Also: Adelphi. London.
Two postcards are included. Discussion on a variety of literary topics.
Box 15

Correspondent: Saint Phalle, Niki de. 1965.

Box 15

Correspondent: Salemson, Harold J. n.d.

Physical Description: [1 of 2 folders]

Scope and Content Note

Also: Tambour. Paris.
Edouard Roditi's manuscripts sent to the publication. Four letters are in French. Discussion on a variety of literary topics.
Box 15

Correspondent: Salemson, Harold J. 1929-1931.

Physical Description: [2 of 2 folders]

Scope and Content Note

Enclosed with Harold Salemson's letter, 30 November 1931, is Harold Salemson's poem in French.
Three letters are in French.
Box 15

Correspondent: Saltiel, A. 1975-1981.

Box 15

Correspondent: Sanchez, Thomas. 1968-1981, n.d.

Scope and Content Note

Also: Casa Coyote. Santa Barbara.
One undated item is a Christmas card. Three short stories by Thomas Sanchez are included. Typescript(carbon) of Roditi's letter, 5 August 1981, to Stephanie Sanchez is included. Typescript(carbon) of Roditi's letter, 25 November 1981, to A. Alcalay.
Box 15

Correspondent: Saporta, Enrique. 1972.

Scope and Content Note

This letter is in French.
Box 15

Correspondent: Sarah Lawrence college. Bronxville, New York. 1939.

Box 15

Correspondent: Satire Newsletter. Oneonta, New York. 1968.

Scope and Content Note

Also: Test, George A.
Box 15

Correspondent: Saturday Review of Literature. New York. 1938.

Scope and Content Note

Also: Loveman, Amy
Box 15

Correspondent: Saurat, Denis. 1932.

Scope and Content Note

These letters are in French.
Box 15

Correspondent: Savory, Teo. 1967-1968, n.d.

Scope and Content Note

Also: Unicorn Press. Santa Barbara.
One letter is undated. One item is a postcard. One letter, 11 February 1967, is on a small piece of paper. An item from Unicorn Press, 24 March 1967, is a receipt(carbon) of a subscription.
Box 15

Correspondent: Scanavino, Eric(?). n.d.

Scope and Content Note

This letter is in Italian.
Box 15

Correspondent: Scheer, Horst. 1978.

Scope and Content Note

This letter is in German.
Box 15

Correspondent: Scheinert, David. 1979-1984.

Scope and Content Note

These letters are in French. Photocopy of David Scheinert's poem is included.
Box 15

Correspondent: Schiff, Gert. 1977.

Scope and Content Note

Also: New York University. New York.
Typescript(carbon) of Edouard Roditi's letter, 3 March 1977, to Gert Schiff is included concerning Rene Crevel.
Box 15

Correspondent: Schiff, Sydney. 1932-1936.

Scope and Content Note

Discussion on a variety of literary topics.
Box 15

Correspondent: Schlosberg, Carl. 1975, n.d.

Scope and Content Note

Includes typescript(carbon) of Edouard Roditi's introduction for the catalog of Lee Walser's museum show in San Francisco.
Box 15

Correspondent: Schmid, Merlin.

Scope and Content Note

These letters are in French.
Box 15

Correspondent: Schnurre, Wolfdietrich. 1951.

Scope and Content Note

These letters are in German.
Box 15

Correspondent: Schoenberg, Arnold. 1941.

Box 15

Correspondent: Schreter, Zygmunt. n.d.

Scope and Content Note

This item is a photograph of Zygmun Schreter's painting.
Box 15

Correspondent: Schrijver, Herman. 1971.

Box 15

Correspondent: Schroeder-Sonnenstern, Fredrich. 1959, n.d.

Scope and Content Note

One undated letter is in German.
Box 15

Correspondent: Schuetz, Klaus. 1976.

Box 15

Correspondent: Schultze, Bernard. 1966-1967.

Scope and Content Note

One letter is in German.
Box 15

Correspondent: Schwab, Raymond. 1937-1938.

Scope and Content Note

These three postcards are in French.
Box 15

Correspondent: Schwartz, Howard. 1978-1981, n.d.

Scope and Content Note

With HS's letter, 11/25/80, letter to contributors of "Voices Within the Ark" and photocopies of reviews.; University of Missouri. St. Louis.
Box 15

Correspondent: Schwartz, Stephen. 1975, n.d.

Scope and Content Note

Also: City Magazine. San Francisco.
One item is a telegram from Stephen Schwartz concerning a possible book review on Roditi's "Disorderly Poet." One letter is undated.
Box 15

Correspondent: Searle, Ronald. 1973.

Box 15

Correspondent: Secker & Warburg Limited. London. 1982.

Scope and Content Note

Also: Grose, Peter
Typescript(carbon) of Edouard Roditi's letter, 15 October 1982, to Peter Grose concerning Roditi's "Dialogues on Art" and his other books.
Box 15

Correspondent: Secunda, Arthur. 1971-1978, n.d.

Scope and Content Note

Three postcards are included. One item is a story booklet, The President. One letter is from BPM (Bird Mudra).
Box 15

Correspondent: Seghers, Pierre.

Scope and Content Note

These letters are in French.
Box 15

Correspondent: Seif, Nancy. n.d.

Box 15

Correspondent: Seixas, Cruzeiro. 1971-1975.

Scope and Content Note

Also: Galeria S. Mamede. Lisbon.
Two items are in Portuguese. One letter is in French. One item is an exhibition invitation to Cruzeiro Serixas's "Periodo 1940-1947" in Lisbon on 24 February 1975.
Box 15

Correspondent: Seligmann, Georges. 1984.

Box 15

Correspondent: Seligmann, Kurt. 1941-1982.

Scope and Content Note

Four letters are in French. An empty envelope from "Poetry" is included. Discussion on a variety of literary topics.
Box 15

Correspondent: Sephiha, Vidal. 1973.

Scope and Content Note

Enclosed with Vidal Sephiha's letter, 4 February 1973, is his calling card.
Box 15

Correspondent: Serendipity Books. Berkeley. 1982.

Box 15

Correspondent: Sereni, Vittorio. 1981-1983.

Scope and Content Note

These letters are in French.
Box 15

Correspondent: Sereno, Renzo. 1962.

Box 15

Correspondent: Sewanee Review. University of the South. Sewanee, Tennessee. 1941.

Scope and Content Note

Also: Knickerbocker, William S.
Edouard Roditi's submission of two essays on Croce, and G. A. Borgese to the publication.
Box 15

Correspondent: Shapiro, Karl. 1950-1951, n. d.

Physical Description: [1 of 2 folders]

Scope and Content Note

Also: Poetry. Chicago.
Four items are undated. Two of them are postcards and one letter is on a small piece of paper. A notice of acceptance from "Poetry" regarding Edouard Roditi's collection of poems, "A Private Life".
Box 15

Correspondent: Shapiro, Karl. 1951-1958.

Physical Description: [2 of 2 folders]

Scope and Content Note

Also: Poetry. Chicago.
One item is a postcard. Submission of Edouard Roditi's essay on Pessoa to the publication.
Box 15

Correspondent: Shepard, Sanford. 1980-1981.

Scope and Content Note

Also: Oberlin College. Oberlin, Ohio.
Box 15

Correspondent: Siemsen, Hans. 1931-1935.

Scope and Content Note

These letters are in German.
Box 15

Correspondent: Siemsen, Peter Dirk. 1973.

Scope and Content Note

This letter is from Peter Siemsen to Harold Roditi regarding Edouard Roditi's book, Magellan of the Pacific.
Box 15

Correspondent: Simon, M. 1932.

Scope and Content Note

Discussion on several literary topics.
Box 15

Correspondent: Sinclair, V. 1949.

Box 15

Correspondent: Sintenis, Renee. 1931.

Box 15

Correspondent: Smith, William (Bill) Jay. 1945-1964, n.d.

Scope and Content Note

Discussion on a variety of literary topics. One item is a short story by William Smith.
Box 15

Correspondent: Smithsonian Institution. National Museum of American Art. Washington D. C. 1981-1984.

Scope and Content Note

Enclosed with Smithsonian Institution's letter, 28 October 1982, to Edouard Roditi is photocopy of "Deed of Gift" concerning Roditi's gift of Edward Melcarth's untitled pen and ink piece.
Also: Spencer, Alice
Typescript(carbon) of Edouard Roditi's letter, 19 March 1984, to Alice Spencer concerning Roditi's lecture on "Memories of the Surrealists" at the Smithsonian Institution.
Box 15

Correspondent: Smithsonian Institution. National Portrait Gallery. Washington D. C. 1982.

Scope and Content Note

Also: Wick, Wendy
Re Edouard Roditi's gift of the etching of Edgar Allan Poe by Edouard Manet to the National Portrait Gallery.
Box 15

Correspondent: Societe des Amateurs d'Art et des Collectionneurs. Paris. 1931.

Scope and Content Note

This letter is in French.
Box 15

Correspondent: Solmi, Sergio. 1953.

Box 15

Correspondent: Soncino Press Ltd. London. 1933.

Scope and Content Note

Also: Jewish Review. London.; Davidson, J.
Edouard Roditi's submission of his two poems to the publication, The Jewish Review.
Box 15

Correspondent: Sonntag, Jacob. 1974-1984.

Scope and Content Note

Also: Jewish Quarterly. London.
Typescript(carbon) of Edouard Roditi's letter, 21 March 1984, to Jacob Sonntag is included concerning Ernesto Sabato.
Box 15

Correspondent: Soto, Emilio Saenz de. 1976.

Box 15

Correspondent: Sottsass, Fernanda Pivano. 1978-1981.

Box 15

Correspondent: South Atlantic Quarterly. Duke University Press. Durham, North Carolina. 1945.

Scope and Content Note

Also: Laprade, W. T.
Edouard Roditi's submission of his "The Genesis of Neoclassical Tragedy" to the publication.
Box 15

Correspondent: Souvarine, Boris. 1934.

Scope and Content Note

This letter is in French.
Box 15

Correspondent: Spectator. London. 1932-1933, n.d.

Scope and Content Note

Also: Raybould, A.
Box 15

Correspondent: Spencer Craft Productions. Santa Barbara, California. 1980.

Scope and Content Note

Typescript(carbon) of Edouard Roditi's letter, 11 October 1980, to Janie Spencer is included concerning a comprehensive video program devoted to the life and works of Kenneth Rexroth.
Box 15

Correspondent: Spencer, Bernard. n.d.

Scope and Content Note

Seven letters are undated. Discussion on a variety of literary topics.
Box 15

Correspondent: Spender, Stephen. n.d.

Physical Description: [1 of 2 folders]

Scope and Content Note

Ten letters are undated. One item has a poem in English and another item has a poem in German.
Box 15

Correspondent: Spender, Stephen. 1931-1977, n.d.

Physical Description: [2 of 2 folders]

Scope and Content Note

Five letters are undated. Five items are postcards. An empty envelope is included. Typescript(carbon) of Edouard Roditi's letter, 9(?) March 1977, to Stephen Spender is included.
Box 15

Correspondent: Spenser, Theodore. 1939-1940.

Scope and Content Note

Also: Harvard University. Cambridge, Mass.
Box 15

Correspondent: Sperber, Manes. 1983.

Scope and Content Note

Typescript(carbon) of Edouard Roditi's letter, 6 January 1983, to Manes Sperber is in French.
Box 15

Correspondent: Spicker, Friedemann. 1976.

Scope and Content Note

This letter is in German.
Box 15

Correspondent: Spiel, Hilde. 1944-1979.

Physical Description: [1 of 3 folders]

Scope and Content Note

Hilde Spiel's letter, 1 December 1944, to Edouard Roditi has a handwritten original and its two typewritten copies. Discussion on a variety of literary topics.
Box 15

Correspondent: Spiel, Hilde. 1979-1981.

Physical Description: [2 of 3 folders]

Scope and Content Note

Discussion on a variety of literary topics.
Box 15

Correspondent: Spiel, Hilde. 1982-1984.

Physical Description: [3 of 3 folders]

Scope and Content Note

Enclosed with Hilde Spiel's letter, 23 February 1984, is photocopy of Hilde Spiel's poems.
Re a variety of literary topics.
Box 15

Correspondent: Spingarn, Lawrence. 1978-1982.

Scope and Content Note

Also: Perivale Press. Van Nuys, California & London.
Box 15

Correspondent: Spire, Andre. 1935-1945.

Scope and Content Note

Two postcards are included. One item is a newspaper clipping of Andre Spire's poem. These letters are in French.
Box 16

Correspondent: Squire, J. C.

Scope and Content Note

Also: London Mercury. London.
Submission of Edouard Roditi's poems to the publication.
Box 16

Correspondent: Stand. Newcastle/Tyne. 1969-1972.

Scope and Content Note

Submission of Edouard Roditi's Pessoa translations to the publication.
Box 16

Correspondent: Stanford University. Hoover Library. Palo Alto, California. 1941-1977.

Scope and Content Note

Also: Richardson, Inez G.; Hook, Sidney
Box 16

Correspondent: State University of New York, Albany. Albany, New York. 1981.

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Also: Katz, Bill; Sternberg, Linda
Box 16

Correspondent: State University of New York, Binghamton. Binghamton, New York. 1978-1982.

Scope and Content Note

Also: Rose, Marilyn Gaddis; Block, Haskell
Re anthology of essays on the literature of the Holocaust. Typescript(carbon) of Roditi's letter, 14 September 1982, to Haskell Black is included. Roditi's temporary appointment as visiting professor of Comparative Literature at SUNY Binghamton.
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Correspondent: State University of New York, Buffalo. Buffalo, New York. 1970-1974.

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Also: Simon, John
Typescript(carbon) of Edouard Roditi's letter, 17 March 1971, to John Simon is included. Photocopy of John Simon's letter, 31 October 1970, to Edouard Roditi is included. Submission of Roditi's Valery Larbaud piece to the publication.
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Correspondent: Stearns, Samuel. 1979.

Box 16

Correspondent: Stepanchev, Stephen. 1938-1968.

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Discussion on a variety of literary topics.
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Correspondent: Stephenson, Gregory. 1977-1981, n.d.

Physical Description: [1 of 2 folders]

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One postcard and three cards are included. A friendly correspondence on a variety of literary topics.
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Correspondent: Stephenson, Gregory. 1981-1984.

Physical Description: [2 of 2 folders]

Scope and Content Note

One card is included. Typescript(carbon) of Edouard Roditi's letter, 20 April 1984, to Gregory Stephenson is included. Re a variety of literary topics.
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Correspondent: Sternberger, Dolf. 1947.

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This letter is in German.
Box 16

Correspondent: Stettheimer, Ettie. 1933-1945, n.d.

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Two items are undated, one of which is an appreciation card.
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Correspondent: Stoehr, Taylor. 1974-1983.

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Re a biography of Paul Bowles.
Box 16

Correspondent: Stories. Boston, Mass. 1982.

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Also: Kaufman, Amy R.
Edouard Roditi's submission to the publication.
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Correspondent: Strand, John. 1984.

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Re a variety of literary topics.
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Correspondent: Stratton, Arthur. 1972-1973.

Scope and Content Note

Re a variety of literary topics.
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Correspondent: Strauss, J. 1980.

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This letter is in French.
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Correspondent: Suares, Carlos. n.d.

Physical Description: [1 of 9 folders]

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Ten letters are undated. These letters are in French.
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Correspondent: Suares, Carlos. 1927-1928, n.d.

Physical Description: [2 of 9 folders]

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Six letters are undated. One item is a postcard. These letters are in French.
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Correspondent: Suares, Carlos. 1928-1929.

Physical Description: [3 of 9 folders]

Scope and Content Note

One item is a postcard. These letters are in French.
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Correspondent: Suares, Carlos. 1930.

Physical Description: [4 of 9 folders]

Scope and Content Note

These letters are in French.
Box 16

Correspondent: Suares, Carlos. 1930.

Physical Description: [5 of 9 folders]

Scope and Content Note

These letters are in French.
Box 16

Correspondent: Suares, Carlos. 1931.

Physical Description: [6 of 9 folders]

Scope and Content Note

Two postcards are included. These letters are in French.
Box 16

Correspondent: Suares, Carlos. 1931.

Physical Description: [7 of 9 folders]

Scope and Content Note

These letters are in French.
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Correspondent: Suares, Carlos. 1931-1932.

Physical Description: [8 of 9 folders]

Scope and Content Note

These letters are in French.
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Correspondent: Suares, Carlos. 1932-1976.

Physical Description: [9 of 9 folders]

Scope and Content Note

One item is an announcement of Carlos Suares' exhibition at Galerie Caracteres from 16 March to 12 April 1976. These letters are in French.
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Correspondent: Suberchicot, Alain. 1984.

Scope and Content Note

Re a variety of literary topics.
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Correspondent: Sufi Quarterly. Geneva. 1932-1933.

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Also: Armstrong, Ronald
Three items are postcards concerning Edouard Roditi's submission to the publication.
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Correspondent: Suhrkamp Verlag. Berlin and Frankfurt A. M. 1951.

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Also: Suhrkamp, Peter
This letter is in German.
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Correspondent: Sun Press. New York. 1984.

Scope and Content Note

Typescript(carbon) of Edouard Roditi's letter, 9 March 1984, to Sun Press is included concerning possible submission of Roditi's book of aphorisms, News from the Salt Mines, to the publication.
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Correspondent: Svevo, Livia. 1954.

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These letters are in French. One item includes a newspaper clipping on Italo Svevo.
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Correspondent: Swallow, Alan. 1942.

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One item is a postcard concerning Edouard Roditi's permission to reprint his poem, The Quick and the Dead .
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Correspondent: Swann, Brian. n.d.

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Also: Cooper Union for the Advancement of Science and Art. New York.
This letter is undated.
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Correspondent: Szaffran, Sam. 1973.

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Also: Kerchache, Jacques
This letter is in French. This letter is from Sam Szaffran to Jacques Kerchache.
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Correspondent: Taca, John and Anne. 1980.

Scope and Content Note

Typescript(carbon) of Edouard Roditi's letter, 31 March 1980, to John and Anne Taca is included regarding a possible essay on the Nuremberg War Crimes Trials by witnesses.
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Correspondent: Taeubert, Klaus. 1982-1983.

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These letters are in German.
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Correspondent: Takal, Peter. 1970-1981.

Scope and Content Note

These letters are in French.
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Correspondent: Tanner, Allen. 1974.

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Correspondent: Tanning, Dorothea. 1973, n.d.

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One item is undated.
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Correspondent: Tate, Allen. 1944-1946.

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Also: Sewanee Review. Sewanee, Tennessee.
Submission of Edouard Roditi's essay, The Fatal Illusions of Goliath.
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Correspondent: Tauschinski, Oskar Jan. 1973-1984.

Scope and Content Note

Enclosed with Oskar Tauschinski's letter, 4 February 1981, to Edouard Roditi is typescript(carbon) of Tauschinski's interpretation of Alma Koenig's poem, Vergeltung.
These letters are in German.
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Correspondent: Tchelitchew, Pavel. 1930-1957, n.d.

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Three letters are undated. These letters are in French.
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Correspondent: Temenos. London. n.d.

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Also: Raine, Kathleen
Four letters are undated. Re submission of Roditi's translation of Talita Cumi by O. V. de Milosz to the publication.
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Correspondent: Theotokas, Georges. 1948.

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This letter is in French.
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Correspondent: Third Rail. Los Angeles. 1975.

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Also: Robbins, Doren
A letter is on the verso of a prospectus for issue number 1 of Third Rail.
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Correspondent: Thomas, Richard. 1931, n.d.

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Three letters are undated.
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Correspondent: Thomas-Deutsch, Adrienne. 1969.

Scope and Content Note

This letter is in German.