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box 242, folder 1

[Dust jacket text?]

box 242, folder 2

Acknowledgment note

box 242, folder 3

Notes on quotations

box 242, folder 4

Bibliography

 

Publicity and Review Files, 1961-70, undated

box 242, folder 5

Project announcements 1961

box 242, folder 6

Publication announcements 1965

box 242, folder 7

Foreign [Britain] 1966, undated

box 242, folder 8

Publisher's promotions undated

oversize Oversize Box 8, folder 14

Promotional luncheon 1962

box 242, folder 9-10

Advertisements 1965-66, undated

Oversize folder 18 B

Advertisements 1965-66, undated

box 242, folder 11-12

Foreign [Britain, Germany] 1966-67, undated

oversize Oversize Box 9, folder 4

Foreign [Britain, Germany]

box 242, folder 13-14

Reviews 1965-66, undated

oversize Oversize Box 9, folder 5

Reviews 1965-66

box 242, folder 15

Study/Book club announcements 1965, undated

box 242, folder 16-17

Foreign [Germany] 1967-70

 

Adaptation Files, 1965

box 242, folder 18

Film adaptation, clippings 1965

Boxes 243-292; Oversize Box 9, folders 6-7; Oversize Box 10, folders 1-3; Oversize Folders 19-20

The Passions of the Mind, 1958-1982, undated

Scope and Content Note

The Passions of the Mind chronicles the life of Sigmund Freud and is Stone's first work on a modern European intellectual. The work is also Stone's first to focus on a famous Jewish figure. Stone initially became interested in Segment Freud when he was an undergraduate student at University of California, Berkeley, and always intended to write a book about Freud. He began talking to Freud's family in the 1950s, but did not seriously begin to research until the late 1960s.
Research and Reference Files consists of Character and Chronology Files, Subject Files, and Research Correspondence and Travel Files. Draft Files includes Stone's manuscript and typescript notes and drafts, as well as Jean's edits. Publicity and Review Files includes reactions to The Passions of the Mind from psychiatrists. Adaptation Files consist of an excerpt in McCall's and a Grecian serialization.
 

Research and Reference Files, 1958-1971, undated

 

Character and Chronology Files, circa 1966-1968

 

Cast of Characters

box 243, folder 1

First listing

box 243, folder 2-5

A-W

box 243, folder 6

Freud Family

box 243, folder 7

Photos

box 243, folder 8

Sigmund Freud, pre-novel material

box 243, folder 9

Freud family tree

box 243, folder 10

Freud, Adolfine (Sigmund's sister, 6th born)

box 243, folder 11-12

Freud, Alexander (Sigmund's youngest brother)

box 243, folder 13

Freud, Amalie (Sigmund's mother)

box 243, folder 14

Freud, Anna (Sigmund's sister, 3rd born)

box 243, folder 15-16

Freud Anna (Sigmund's 6th child, 3rd daughter)

box 243, folder 17

Freud, Emanuel (Sigmund's half-brother, first born of father's first wife)

box 243, folder 18

Freud, Ernest (Sigmund's 4th child, 3rd son)

box 243, folder 19

Freud, Jakob (Sigmund's father)

box 243, folder 20

Freud, Jean Martin (Sigmund's 2nd child, 1st son)

box 244, folder 1

Freud, Marie (Sigmund's sister, 5th born)

box 244, folder 2

Freud, Martha (Sigmund's wife)

box 244, folder 3

Freud, Oliver (Sigmund's 3rd child, 2nd son)

box 244, folder 4

Freud, Pauline (Sigmund's sister, 7th born)

box 244, folder 5

Freud, Philip (Sigmund's half-brother)

box 244, folder 6

Freud, Rosa (Sigmund's sister, 4th born)

box 244, folder 7-8

Freud, Sophia (Sigmund's 5th child, 2nd daughter)

 

Freud, Sigmund

box 244, folder 9

Appearance of dress

box 244, folder 10

As a speaker

box 244, folder 11

Books and reading

box 244, folder 12-13

By other writers

box 244, folder 14

Case histories of which Freud reported

 

Cases

box 244, folder 15-16

through 1895

box 244, folder 17

through 1899

box 245, folder 1

through 1910

box 245, folder 2

through 1923

box 245, folder 3

through 1938

box 245, folder 4

Three essays on theory of sexuality

box 245, folder 5-6

Character

box 245, folder 7

Childhood

box 245, folder 8-9

Courtship and marriage

box 245, folder 10

Daily routine

box 245, folder 11

Education

box 245, folder 12

Family man

box 245, folder 13

Finances

box 245, folder 14

Habits and mannerisms

box 245, folder 15

Cigar smoking

box 246, folder 1

Health

box 246, folder 2

Hobbies and diversions

box 246, folder 3

Likes and dislikes

box 246, folder 4

Photographs

box 246, folder 5

Stories and jokes

box 246, folder 6-7

General theory, material on psychoanalysis

box 246, folder 8

Medical career, through 1886

box 246, folder 9

Outline for miscellaneous subjects

box 246, folder 10-12

Freud's office, Berggasse 19

box 246, folder 13-14

Freud's practice

box 246, folder 15-16

Psychoanalysis

box 246, folder 17

Religion

box 246, folder 18

Residences

box 247, folder 1

Self-analysis, from "Interpretation of Dreams"

box 247, folder 2

Teacher

box 247, folder 3

Technique and teaching

box 247, folder 4

Trips

box 247, folder 5

Writing

 

Freud's correspondence

box 247, folder 6

Letters to Alexander Freud

 

Correspondence with Ernst Jones

box 247, folder 7-14

1909-1920

box 248, folder 1-5

1915-1939

box 248, folder 6

Letters to other colleagues

box 248, folder 7-15

Freud's life chronologically, 1882-1939

box 249

Freud's life chronologically, 1882-1939 [file cards]

box 250

Freud's life chronologically, 1882-1939 [file cards]

box 251, folder 1

Case studies

box 251, folder 2

Anna O.

box 251, folder 3

Child analysis

box 251, folder 4

Counter-transference

box 251, folder 5

Transference

box 251, folder 6-10

Steinhof cases, [numbered] 1-50

box 251, folder 11

Dermatology and syphilis

box 251, folder 12

General hospital

box 251, folder 13

Internal medicine

box 251, folder 14

Nervous

box 251, folder 15

Neurotic

box 252, folder 1

Psychotic

box 252, folder 2

Surgery

 

Freud's writings

box 252, folder 3-5

Bibliographies, v. 1-23 (standard edition)

box 252, folder 6-9

1888-1905

box 252, folder 10-11

1907-1911

box 253, folder 1-5

1912-1927

box 253, folder 6

1930-1938

 

Subject Files, circa 1966-1968

box 253, folder 7-9

Abraham, Karl

box 253, folder 10-11

Adler, Alfred

box 253, folder 12

Adlerians

box 254, folder 1

Adreas-Salome, Lou

box 254, folder 2

Addresses (to find in Vienna)

box 254, folder 3

America

box 254, folder 4

Anti-Semitism

box 254, folder 5

Army (Freud in and on the Army)

box 254, folder 6

Asylums

box 254, folder 7

Attacks on Freud and psychoanalysis

box 254, folder 8

Austria

box 254, folder 9

Bernays Family

box 254, folder 10

Bernays, Eli and Anna (Freud)

box 254, folder 11

Bernays, Berman and Emmeline (Philipp)

box 254, folder 12

Bernays, Martha

box 254, folder 13

Bernays, Minna

box 254, folder 14

Billroth, Theodor

box 254, folder 15

Binswanger, Ludwig

box 254, folder 16

Bleuler, Eugen

box 254, folder 17

Bonaparte, Marie

box 254, folder 18

Breuer, Josef

box 254, folder 19

Breuer, Mathilde (born 1846)

box 255, folder 1

Brill, A. A.

box 255, folder 2

Brucke, Ernst

box 255, folder 3

Burghölzli

box 255, folder 4

Bulingham, Dorothy

box 255, folder 5

Janet, Pierre

box 255, folder 6

Jewish life

box 255, folder 7

Jewish organizations

box 255, folder 8

Jones, Ernest

 

Jung, Carl

box 255, folder 9-10

Sources

box 255, folder 11

Biography

box 255, folder 12

Bibliography

box 255, folder 13-15

Notes

box 256, folder 1

Kassowitz, Max

box 256, folder 2

Klein, Melanie

box 256, folder 3

Koller, Carl

box 256, folder 4

Königstein, Leopold

box 256, folder 5

Krafft-Ebing, Richard von

box 256, folder 6

Kubie, Lawrence

box 256, folder 7

Language

box 256, folder 8

Liebeault, Ambroise-Auguste, Le Docteur, Bernheim, Hippolyte, Le Professeur, and Liegeois, Jules, Le Professeur

box 256, folder 9

Hypnosis and Suggestion by Bernheim

box 256, folder 10

L'Ecole de Nancy

box 256, folder 11

Nancy, Lorraine, France

box 256, folder 12

Mahler, Gustav

box 256, folder 13

Mann, Thomas

 

Maps

box 256, folder 14

Berchtesgaden and Salzburg

Oversize folder 19 C

Austria, Berchtesgaden, Salzburg, Munich, New York City, and Paris

box 256, folder 15

Wien

Oversize folder 20 C

Wien

box 256, folder 16

Marmor, Judd

box 256, folder 17

Medicine, Remedies

box 257, folder 1

Medicine and Doctors

box 257, folder 2

Meynert, Theodor, M.D.

box 257, folder 3

Money

box 257, folder 4

Nazis

box 257, folder 5

Newspaper extracts, summary

box 257, folder 6-7

1882-1916

box 257, folder 8

Nothnagel, Hermann

box 257, folder 9

Paneth, Josef

box 257, folder 10

Pastimes

box 257, folder 11

Pfister, Oskar

box 257, folder 12

Pichler, Hans

box 257, folder 13

Politics

box 258, folder 1

Psychiatrists and neurologists

box 258, folder 2

Psychoanalysis

box 258, folder 3-4

Articles and newspaper clippings

box 258, folder 5

Psychoanalysts

box 258, folder 6

Psychoanalytic periodicals

box 258, folder 7

Psychoanalytic societies

box 258, folder 8

Psychology

box 258, folder 9

Putnam, James

box 258, folder 10

Rank, Otto

box 258, folder 11

Reik, Theodore

box 258, folder 12

Religion

box 258, folder 13

Religious reaction to Freud

box 258, folder 14

Rie, Oskar

box 258, folder 15

Riviere, Joan

box 259, folder 1

Rolland, Romain

box 259, folder 2

Sachs, Hanns

box 259, folder 3

Schnitzler, Arthur

box 259, folder 4

Schur, Max

box 259, folder 5

Servants

box 259, folder 6

Seven rings

box 259, folder 7

Sports

box 259, folder 8

Stekel, Wilhelm

box 259, folder 9

Stories

box 259, folder 10

Strachey, James and Alix

box 259, folder 11

Summer holidays

box 259, folder 12

Switzerland

box 259, folder 13

Swoboda, Hermann

box 259, folder 14

Tausk, Viktor

box 259, folder 15

Technique

box 259, folder 16

Neuroses

box 259, folder 17

Psychoses

box 259, folder 18

Symptoms

box 259, folder 19

Trade and commerce

box 259, folder 20

Transportation and travel

oversize Oversize Box 10, folder 1

Transportation and travel

box 259, folder 21

The Unconscious

 

Vienna

box 260, folder 1

Character

box 260, folder 2

Coffeehouses

box 260, folder 3

General

box 260, folder 4

Markets

box 260, folder 5

Physical

box 260, folder 6-7

Psychoanalytic Society

box 260, folder 8

History

box 260, folder 9

Hotels

box 260, folder 10

Hospitals

box 260, folder 11

Life

box 260, folder 12

Restaurants

box 260, folder 13

Scenes

box 260, folder 14

Shops

 

Suburbs

box 260, folder 15

Balden and Semmering

box 260, folder 16

Mödling

box 260, folder 17

Weather

box 261, folder 1

Weiss, Edoardo

box 261, folder 2

Weiss, Nathan

box 261, folder 3

Wittels, Fritz

box 261, folder 4

Women

box 261, folder 5

World War I

box 261, folder 6-8

Articles about Freud (reprints and photocopies)

box 261, folder 9

Miscellaneous notes

box 262

Miscellaneous notes, and biographical and bibliographical indices [file cards] - characters, contacts, and sources

 

Research Correspondence and Travel Files, 1958-1971, undated

box 261, folder 10

Bernays - Freud Family 1967-71

box 261, folder 11

Droemer, Willy and Felix Guggenheim 1970

box 261, folder 12

Eissler, K. R. 1966-69

box 263, folder 1

Freud, Ernst and Lucie 1958-67

box 263, folder 2

Gicklorn, Dr. Renee 1966-71

box 263, folder 3

Heifetz, Dr. Milton 1967-70

box 263, folder 4-5

Hoeller, Steve - including "preliminary essays" 1961-66, undated

box 263, folder 6-7

Jelinek, Elizabeth (Vienna) 1966-70

box 263, folder 8

Jones, Katherine 1966-70

box 263, folder 9-10

Sablik, Dr. Karl (Austria) 1966-70

box 263, folder 11

Schultz, Ruth 1966

box 264, folder 1

Schur, Max and Helen (U.S.) 1967-70

box 264, folder 2-3

Vienna, Austria 1965-71, undated

box 264, folder 4

England 1966-71, undated

box 264, folder 5

France 1966-70

box 264, folder 6

Switzerland 1966-70

box 264, folder 7-8

United States 1964-70

box 264, folder 9

Southern California 1966-69, undated

box 265, folder 1-2

Southern California 1966-70, undated

box 265, folder 3

Miscellaneous names and addresses undated

box 265, folder 4

Suffolk, England notes 1966

box 265, folder 5

England and Bavaria - Soundscriber discs 1966

 

Vienna

box 265, folder 6-7

Notes 1965-66

box 265, folder 8

Sounscriber discs 1966

box 266, folder 1-2

Soundscriber discs 1966

box 266, folder 3

Photographs 1966

 

Draft Files, 1965-1970, undated

box 266, folder 4-12

Modus operandi - manuscript and typescript

 

Book 1

box 267, folder 1-21

Typescript notes, and fragments

box 268, folder 1-5

Corrected typescript/manuscript drafts, and fragments

 

Books 1 - 3

box 268, folder 6-14

Manuscript notes

box 269, folder 1-12

Manuscript notes and fragments, and typescript notes

box 270, folder 1-4

Typescript notes

box 270, folder 5-17

Book 2 - manuscript notes, corrected typescript/manuscript drafts, inserts, notes, and fragments

 

Book 3

box 270, folder 18-21

Manuscript notes

box 271, folder 1-2

Manuscript/typescript corrections, inserts, notes, and fragments

box 271, folder 3-12

Book 4 - typescript and manuscript notes, and corrected typescript/manuscript drafts

 

Book 5

box 271, folder 13-17

Typescript and manuscript notes

box 271, folder 18

Corrected typescript/manuscript drafts and fragments

box 272, folder 1-3

Corrected typescript/manuscript drafts and fragments

box 272, folder 4-14

Book 6 - manuscript and typescript notes, and corrected typescript/manuscript drafts and fragments

 

Book 7

box 272, folder 15

Manuscript notes

box 273, folder 1-11

Manuscript and typescript notes, and corrected typescript/manuscript drafts

box 274, folder 1-5

Corrected typescript/manuscript drafts and fragments

 

Books 8-9

box 274, folder 6-14

Manuscript and typescript notes

box 275, folder 1-11

Typescript notes and fragments, and corrected typescript/manuscript drafts and fragments

 

Book 10

box 275, folder 12-15

Manuscript notes

box 276, folder 1-6

Typescript notes, and corrected typescript/manuscript notes and fragments

 

Book 11

box 276, folder 7-18

Manuscript and typescript notes

box 277, folder 1-18

Typescript notes, and corrected typescript/manuscript drafts and fragments

 

Books 12-13

box 277, folder 19

Manuscript notes

box 278, folder 1-9

Manuscript and typescript notes, and corrected typescripts/manuscript drafts and fragments

 

Books 14-15

box 278, folder 10-13

Manuscript notes

box 279, folder 1-9

Typescript notes, and corrected typescript/manuscript drafts

box 279, folder 10

Corrected typescript/manuscript draft fragments

box 280, folder 1-10

Book 16 - manuscript and typescript notes, and corrected typescripts/manuscript drafts and fragments

 

Miscellaneous notes

box 281, folder 1-9

Books 1-6

box 282, folder 1-9

Books 6-16

 

Jean's edits, notes, and corrections

box 282, folder 10

Book 1

box 283, folder 1-11

Books 1-6

box 284, folder 1-10

Books 6-10

box 285, folder 1-11

Books 11-15

box 286, folder 1-5

Books 15-16

box 286, folder 6

Bibliography

box 286, folder 7-9

Freud books ordered

box 287, folder 1

Photographs, List of catalogue numbers

box 287, folder 2

Excerpt

box 287, folder 3

Glossary

box 287, folder 4

Acknowledgment

box 287, folder 5-6

Manuscript and galley corrections

box 287, folder 7

Quotation notebook

box 287, folder 8

Lists of names and places

box 287, folder 9

Notes and correspondence, footnotes

box 287, folder 10

Front matter

box 287, folder 11

Correspondence regarding copyediting

box 287, folder 12

Galley proofs

box 288, folder 1-14

Galley proofs

box 289, folder 1-4

Galley proofs

box 290

Final galley (printer's proofs)

box 291

Final galley (printer's proofs)

box 289, folder 5

Dust jackets

 

Publicity and Review Files, 1966-1982, undated

box 289, folder 6

Publication announcements 1966-70

box 289, folder 7

In Publisher's Weekly 1970

box 289, folder 8

Project announcement - foreign [Britain] 1966

box 289, folder 9-10

Advertisements 1971-72

oversize Oversize Box 9, folder 6

Advertisements 1971, undated

box 289, folder 11

Foreign [Germany, Sweden] 1977-82, undated

oversize Oversize Box 10, folder 2

Foreign [France, Sweden] undated

box 289, folder 12-13

Reviews 1971

box 292, folder 1

Reviews 1971

oversize Oversize Box 10, folder 3

Reviews 1971, undated

box 292, folder 2-5

Foreign [Britain, Canada, Germany, Yugoslavia] 1971-73, undated

 

Adaptation Files, 1971-1972, undated

box 292, folder 6

Excerpts - McCall's 1971

box 292, folder 7

Foreign serializations - Eleutheros Kosmos [Greece] 1972

oversize Oversize Box 9, folder 7

Published copy 1972

Boxes 250, 293-313; Oversize Box 9, folders 8-10; Oversize Box 10, folders 3-6; Oversize Folders 21-22

The Greek Treasure, 1965-1980, undated

Scope and Content Note

In Greek Treasure, Stone focused on the life of Heinrich Schliemann, the amateur archeologist who discovered ancient Troy. Stone wrote the story though the eyes of Sophia, Schliemanns' wife, because he had access to her correspondence. However, the originals that he obtained are not found in this collection.
Research and Reference Files consists of Character and Chronology Files, Subject Files, and Research Correspondence and Travel Files. Research and Reference Files contains material on both Schliemanns' families, on 18th century Europe, and on ancient Greece. Research Correspondence and Travel Files contains little research correspondence, and files from the Stones' trips to Greece and Turkey. Draft Files includes modus operandi for Books 1 through 3, notes, and often two drafts for each book, as well as galley proofreading notes, but none of Jean Stone's edits remain. Publicity and Review Files includes material from promotions sponsored by Doubleday and Co., inc., and publicity sent directly to the press. Adaptation Files contains a fragment of a braille adaptation, publicity from a proposed television adaptation, and American excerpts from the book.
 

Research and Reference Files, 1965-1975, undated

 

Character and Chronology Files, circa 1965-1974

box 293, folder 1

Adversaries

box 293, folder 2

Botticher, Captain Ernst

box 293, folder 2

Stamatakis

box 293, folder 4

Boker, Henry George

box 293, folder 5

Burnouf, Emile

box 293, folder 6

Calvert, Frank, James and family

box 293, folder 7

Dorpfeld, Dr. Wilhelm

box 293, folder 8

Marinatos, Spuridon N.

box 293, folder 9-10

Schliemann, Heinrich

box 293, folder 11

Acquaintances

box 293, folder 12

American citizenship

box 293, folder 13

Ankershagen and Mecklenburg-Schwerin

box 293, folder 14

Business associates and friends

box 293, folder 15

Character

 

Chronology

box 293, folder 16-22

1822-1871

box 294, folder 1-11

1872-1890

box 295, folder 1

1891 and beyond

box 295, folder 2

Criticisms

box 295, folder 3

Death and obituaries

box 295, folder 4-5

Diary, 1869-1890

box 295, folder 6

Employees

box 295, folder 7

Finances

box 295, folder 8

Health

box 295, folder 9-10

Iliou Melathron, construction and furnishings

box 295, folder 11

Last will and testament

box 295, folder 12

Learning

box 295, folder 13-14

Personal

box 295, folder 15

Residences

box 295, folder 16

Travel

 

Schliemann's correspondence

box 295, folder 17

1869-1871

box 295, folder 18

1872-1873

box 295, folder 19

1872-1875, Henry George Boker

box 295, folder 20

1873

box 295, folder 21

1873-1878, Sir William E. Gladstone

box 295, folder 22

1873-1886, Max Müller

box 295, folder 23

1875

box 296, folder 1-7

1877, 1885-1890

box 296, folder 8

Schliemann, Agamemnon and Andromache (Sophia's children)

box 296, folder 9

Schliemann, Doris, Wilhelmine, Elisa and Louise (sisters)

 

Schliemann, Ekaterina (wife)

box 296, folder 10

Divorce

box 296, folder 11

Marriage

box 296, folder 12

Schliemann, Ernst (father)

box 296, folder 13

Schliemann, Friedrich (uncle)

box 296, folder 14

Schliemann, Ludwig and Paul (brothers)

box 296, folder 15

Schliemann, Luise (mother)

box 296, folder 16

Schliemman, Nadesche, Natalie and Sergius (Ekaterina's children)

 

Schliemann, Sophia

box 296, folder 17

Education

box 296, folder 18

Engastromenos Family

box 296, folder 19

Health

box 296, folder 20

Marriage and courtship

box 296, folder 21

Personal

box 296, folder 22

Schliemann, Sophie (cousin)

box 296, folder 23

Vimpos, Theokletos (Sophia's uncle)

box 296, folder 24

Virchow, Dr. Rudolph

box 296, folder 25

Yannakis, Nicolos

box 296, folder 26

Ziller, Ernst

 

Subject Files, 1965-1974

 

Antiquity

box 296, folder 27

Gods

box 296, folder 28

Landscape, buildings, cities, etc.

box 296, folder 29

Love affair between Aeneas and Dido

box 296, folder 30

Religious, festive and funereal rites

box 296, folder 31

Trade and source of raw materials

box 296, folder 32

Troy and Trojans

box 296, folder 33

"Way of life"

box 297, folder 1

Weapons, battles, etc.

 

Archaeological institutes

box 297, folder 2

British

box 297, folder 3

French

box 297, folder 4

German

box 297, folder 5

Athens

box 297, folder 6

Currency and exchange rates

box 297, folder 7

Domestic details, 1871-1872

 

Excavations

box 297, folder 8

Articles on discoveries

box 297, folder 9

Inscriptions

box 297, folder 10

Ithaca

box 297, folder 11

Methods

box 297, folder 12

Political difficulties

box 297, folder 13

Tiryns

box 297, folder 14

Workmen, wages, and equipment

box 297, folder 15

Gennadius Library and Frank Walton, Director

 

Greece

box 297, folder 16

Achaeans

box 297, folder 17

The Argolid

box 297, folder 18

Athens

box 297, folder 19

Customs and traditions

box 297, folder 20

Greek calendar

box 297, folder 21

Hood, Sinclair, Home of the Heroes

box 297, folder 22

Greek origins

Oversize folder 21 C

Maps

box 297, folder 23

Neo-classical houses of Athens

box 298, folder 1

People and places

box 298, folder 2

Proverbs

box 298, folder 3

Health and medicine

box 298, folder 4

Homer

box 298, folder 5-6

The Illiad

box 298, folder 7

The Odyssey

box 298, folder 8

Schliemann's references

box 298, folder 9

Mycenea

 

Mycenaean excavation

box 298, folder 10

Orchomenos

box 298, folder 11

Schliemann's diary

box 298, folder 12

Stone structures and objects found

box 298, folder 13

Portraits

box 298, folder 14

Publications

box 298, folder 15

F. A. Brockhaus (publisher)

box 298, folder 16

Ithaca, the Peloponnes, and Troy

box 298, folder 17

Mycenae, drafts and excerpts

box 299, folder 1

Mycenae, drafts and excerpts

box 299, folder 2-3

Troy and its Remains

 

Trojan excavation

box 299, folder 4

Archaeologists before Schliemann

box 299, folder 5

Hissarlik vs. Bunarbashi

box 299, folder 6-7

Objects found

box 299, folder 8

Photographs

box 299, folder 9

Relations with Turks

box 299, folder 10

Schliemann's diary

box 299, folder 11

Stone structures

box 299, folder 12

Treasure of Priam

oversize Oversize Box 10, folder 3

Treasure of Priam

box 299, folder 13

Turkish trial

box 299, folder 14

Troy

box 299, folder 15

The Ancient Troad

box 299, folder 16

The Troad

oversize Oversize Box 9, folder 8

Maps

box 299, folder 17

Historians' findings

box 300, folder 1

Turkey

Oversize folder 22 C

Maps

box 300, folder 2

Virgil, The Aeneid

 

Articles

box 300, folder 3

Greece and Turkey

box 300, folder 4

Heinrich Schliemann

box 300, folder 5

Schliemann's excavations

box 300, folder 6

Troy

box 250

Subject index notes [file cards]

box 300, folder 7-8

Miscellaneous notes

box 300, folder 9

"Catalogue made in Athens"

box 300, folder 10

Bibliographic notes

 

Research Correspondence and Travel Files, 1966-1975, undated

box 300, folder 11

Research notebooks and correspondence 1966-72, undated

box 300, folder 12

Bernard Quatrich Ltd. 1972

box 300, folder 13

Frangopolous, Theo 1972, undated

box 300, folder 14

French, Lisa 1973-74

box 300, folder 15

Giantis, Cleo 1972

box 300, folder 16-17

Voudouris, Loukia 1972-75, undated

box 301, folder 1-2

Questions, notes, and miscellaneous 1968-74, undated

box 301, folder 3-4

Greece 1972, undated

oversize Oversize Box 9, folder 9

Greece 1972

box 301, folder 5

Troy undated

box 301, folder 6

Turkey 1972, undated

 

Draft Files, 1971-1975, undated

box 301, folder 7-8

Modus operandi

box 301, folder 9

Frontispiece

 

Book 1

box 301, folder 10

Modus operandi

box 302, folder 1-4

Manuscript notes and drafts, first[?] and second[?] typescript drafts, and typescript fragments

 

Book 2

box 302, folder 5-8

Modus operandi, manuscript notes and drafts

box 303, folder 1-5

First[?], second[?] and third[?] typescript drafts, and fragments

 

Book 3

box 303, folder 6-10

Modus operandi, manuscript notes and drafts, and typescript notes

box 304, folder 1-4

Typescript notes, and first[?] and second[?] typescript drafts

box 304, folder 5-9

Book 4 - notes, typescript draft and draft fragments, and "re-do's"

box 305, folder 1-6

Book 5 - manuscript notes and drafts, typescript notes and drafts, and "inserts and re-do's"

 

Book 6

box 305, folder 7-8

Manuscript notes and drafts

box 306, folder 1-6

Typescript notes, first[?], second[?] and third[?]

 

typescript drafts, typescript draft fragments, and rewrites

 

Book 7

box 306, folder 7-9

Manuscript notes and drafts, and typescript notes

box 307, folder 1-2

First[?] and second[?] typescript drafts

 

Book 8

box 307, folder 3-8

Manuscript notes and drafts, typescript notes, and first[?] and second[?] typescript drafts

box 308, folder 1

Typescript draft fragments

box 308, folder 2

Books 8 and 9 - manuscript notes and drafts

box 308, folder 3-6

Book 9 - notes, and first[?], second[?] and third[?] typescript drafts

box 308, folder 7

Bibliography

box 308, folder 8-13

Miscellaneous notes, including notes on background material, quotes and spelling

box 309, folder 1-5

Final typescript, carbon

box 309, folder 6

Proofreading notes

 

Printer's copy

box 309, folder 7-8

Books 1-4

box 310, folder 1-4

Books 5-9

box 311

Galleys

box 312

Galleys

box 310, folder 5

Proofreading notes

box 310, folder 6

Uncorrected proof

box 310, folder 7

Blurb

box 310, folder 8

Dust jackets

 

Publicity and Review Files, 1975-1980, undated

 

Publication announcements

box 310, folder 9

Reprint undated

oversize Oversize Box 10, folder 5

Foreign [Brazil] 1975

box 310, folder 10

Publisher's promotions 1975, undated

box 310, folder 11

Advertisements 1975-76

oversize Oversize Box 9, folder 10

Advertisements 1975-76, undated

box 310, folder 12

Book clubs 1975, undated

box 310, folder 13

Foreign [Germany, Greece, Italy] 1976, undated

box 310, folder 14

Press publicity 1975

box 310, folder 15-16

Reviews 1975-76

oversize Oversize Box 10, folder 6

Reviews 1975-76

box 313, folder 1-4

Foreign [France, Italy, Netherlands, New Zealand, Austria, Switzerland] 1976-80

 

Adaptation Files, 1976-1978

box 313, folder 5

Braille adaptation 1978

box 313, folder 6

Television adaptation - publicity 1976

box 313, folder 7

Excerpts in American magazines - Book Digest, Flightime, and Mainliner 1976

Boxes 250, 314-352; Oversize Box 10, folders 7-15; Oversize Boxes 11-16; Oversize Box 17, folders 1-7; Oversize Box 18; Oversize Folders 23-27

The Origin, 1971-1983, undated

Scope and Content Note

Stone's work on Charles Darwin, The Origin, was his second and final book on a modern European intellectual. To Stone, Darwin was just as influential as Freud in changing the way people perceived themselves and the world around them.
Research and Reference Files contains a large number of photocopies, more than any other of Stone's works. He obtained microfilms and photocopies from the Cambridge colleges that held Darwin's extensive correspondence. The Origin's oversize material consists primarily of these copies. Stone also photocopied articles published contemporaneously with Darwin, as well as published editions of Darwin's notebooks. He researched Darwin's life, work, and family, as well as the work of his contemporaries and intellectual predecessors, and examined the voyage of the Beagle and life in 19th century England. Draft Files includes notes by another editor and foreign and American dust jackets. Adaptation Files includes ephemera from an exhibition of Stone's research and reference materials and drafts at the California Natural History Museum. The ephemera includes caption drafts, pictorial displays, and publicity.
 

Research and Reference Files, 1971-1983, undated

 

Character and Chronology Files, circa 1975-1979

box 314, folder 1

Agassiz, Jean Louis, 1807-1873

box 314, folder 2

Allen Family

box 314, folder 3

Bell, Thomas, 1780-1880

box 314, folder 4

British Navy personnel

box 314, folder 5

Brown, Robert, 1773-1858

box 314, folder 6

Butler, Samuel

 

Chronology

box 314, folder 7-23

1809-1845

box 315, folder 1-17

1846-1865

box 316, folder 1-8

1862-1882

box 317, folder 1

Darwin, Charles

box 317, folder 2

Books read and owned

oversize Oversize Box 11, folder 1

Books read and owned

box 317, folder 3

Character and personality

box 317, folder 4-5

Children, courtship and marriage

box 317, folder 6

Darwin and the Beagle

box 317, folder 7

Darwin Library, University Library, Cambridge catalog

box 317, folder 8

Down Friendly Club

box 317, folder 9

Down House general book collection catalog[?]

box 317, folder 10

Early life and early interest in natural history

box 317, folder 11

Financial

box 317, folder 12

Health and fitness

oversize Oversize Box 11, folder 2

Diary of health, 1849-55

box 317, folder 13-14

Influences, personal

 

Darwin's correspondence (copied by Irving Stone)

box 317, folder 15

Abbot, Francis E.

box 317, folder 16

The Athenaeum

box 317, folder 17

Bowman, [Sir William?]

box 317, folder 18

Bradshaw, [?]

box 317, folder 19

Buckland, [William?]

box 317, folder 20

Burleigh, Lord

box 317, folder 21

Butler, [Samuel?]

box 317, folder 22

Carpenter, William Benjamin

box 318, folder 1

Caspary, [Robert?]

box 318, folder 2

Cooke, Robert

box 318, folder 3-4

Darwin Family (1831-1836)

box 318, folder 5

Darwin, Caroline

box 318, folder 6

Darwin, Catherine

box 318, folder 7-8

Darwin, Emma Wedgwood

box 318, folder 9-10

Darwin, Erasmus

box 318, folder 11

Darwin, Leonard

box 318, folder 12

Darwin, Robert

box 318, folder 13

Darwin, Susan

box 319, folder 1

Darwin, William E.

box 319, folder 2

Ffinden, Reverend G. S.

box 319, folder 3

Fitzroy, Robert

oversize Oversize Box 11, folder 3

Fox, Reverend William Darwin

box 319, folder 4-8

Gray, Asa

box 319, folder 9-11

Hooker, Joseph Dalton

oversize Oversize Box 10, folder 7

Hooker, Joseph Dalton

oversize Oversize Box 12, folder 1-2

Hooker, Joseph Dalton

oversize Oversize Box 13, folder 1-2

Hooker, Joseph Dalton

box 319, folder 12

Huxley, Thomas Henry

box 319, folder 13

Krause, Ernst

box 319, folder 14

Litchfield, R. B. and H. E. (Butler controversy)

box 319, folder 15-16

Lubbock, Sir John

box 320, folder 1-7

Lyell, Sir Charles

box 320, folder 8

Müller, Fritz

box 320, folder 9

Murray, John

box 320, folder 10

Ogle, Dr. William

box 321, folder 1-2

Oliver, [D.?]

box 321, folder 3

Owen, Fanny and Sarah

box 321, folder 4

Owen, Richard

box 321, folder 5

Ramsay, A. C.

box 321, folder 6

Rich, A.

box 321, folder 7

Scott, John

box 321, folder 8

Stephen, Leslie

box 321, folder 9

Tyndall, John

box 321, folder 10

Van Dyck, Dr. W. T.

box 321, folder 11

Anonymous

box 321, folder 12

1829-1859, calendar by Stone

box 321, folder 13

1832-1835, excerpts

box 321, folder 14

1826-late 1870s, Stone's index

box 322, folder 1-2

Miscellaneous letters

 

Darwin Family

box 322, folder 3

Darwin, Dr. Erasmus, 1731-1802 (grandfather)

box 322, folder 4

Darwin, Erasmus (brother)

box 322, folder 5

Darwin, Emma Wedgwood (wife)

box 322, folder 6

Darwin, Dr. Robert W., 1766-1848 (father)

oversize Oversize Box 11, folder 4

Investment book (Red Book, 1831-1848)

box 322, folder 7

Darwin, Susannah Wedgwood, 1765-1817 (mother)

box 322, folder 8

Sisters

oversize Oversize Box 11, folder 5

Family finance log, 1845-1881

box 322, folder 9

Miscellaneous Darwins

box 322, folder 10

Fitzroy, Robert, 1805-1865

oversize Oversize Box 10, folder 8

Correspondence to the editor of the Athenaeum

box 322, folder 11

Religion

box 322, folder 12

Surveying papers

box 322, folder 13-14

His Majesty's Ships Adventure and Beagle, Vol. 3, excerpts

oversize Oversize Box 11, folder 6

Reviews

box 322, folder 15

Fox, William Darwin [Reverend]

box 322, folder 16

Gould, John, 1804-1881

box 322, folder 17

Gray, Asa

box 322, folder 18

Haeckl, Ernst

box 323, folder 1-2

Henslow, John Stevens, 1796-1861

box 323, folder 3

Writings

box 323, folder 4

Holland, Sir Henry, 1788-1873

box 323, folder 5

Horner, Leonard, 1785-1865

box 323, folder 6

Hooker, Joseph Dalton, 1817-1911

box 323, folder 7

Hooker, William Jackson, 1785-1865

box 323, folder 8

Humboldt, Alexander von

box 323, folder 9

Huxley, Thomas Henry, 1825-1895

oversize Oversize Box 14, folder 1

Notes on books and prices paid

box 323, folder 10

Jenyns, Leonard

box 323, folder 11

Litchfield, Richard Buckley

box 323, folder 12

Lubbock, Sir John

oversize Oversize Box 14, folder 2

Notes on bees, botany and ants (1873-1875)

box 323, folder 13-14

Lyell, Sir Charles, 1797-1875

box 324, folder 1

Correspondence

oversize Oversize Box 14, folder 3

Babbage, Charles

oversize Oversize Box 14, folder 4

Conybeare, William Daniel

oversize Oversize Box 14, folder 5

de la Beche, Sir Henry Thomas

oversize Oversize Box 14, folder 6

Egerton, Sir P.

oversize Oversize Box 14, folder 7

Fitton, William Henry

oversize Oversize Box 14, folder 8

Fleming, John

oversize Oversize Box 14, folder 9

Forbes, Edward

oversize Oversize Box 14, folder 10

Herschel, Sir John (Frederick William)

oversize Oversize Box 14, folder 11

Huxley, Thomas Henry

oversize Oversize Box 14, folder 12

Judd, John W.

oversize Oversize Box 14, folder 13

Jukes, J. Beita [Berta?]

oversize Oversize Box 14, folder 14

Mackenzie, Sir G.

oversize Oversize Box 14, folder 15

Mantell, Gideon Algernon

oversize Oversize Box 15, folder 1

Miller, Hugh

oversize Oversize Box 15, folder 2

Murchison, Sir Roderick Impey

oversize Oversize Box 15, folder 3

Owen, Richard

oversize Oversize Box 15, folder 4

Scrope, George Julius Poulett

oversize Oversize Box 15, folder 5

Sedgwick, Adam

oversize Oversize Box 15, folder 6

Von Buch, Leopold

oversize Oversize Box 15, folder 7

von Humboldt, Alexander

oversize Oversize Box 15, folder 8

Wallace, Alfred Russel

oversize Oversize Box 15, folder 9

Whewell, William

box 324, folder 2

Malthus, Thomas Robert, 1766-1834

box 324, folder 3

Mivart, George, 1827-1900

box 324, folder 4

Owen, Richard, 1804-1892

box 324, folder 5

Paley, William, 1743-1805

box 324, folder 6

Sedgwick, Adam, 1785-1873

oversize Oversize Box 15, folder 10

Turner, Herbert Hall

box 324, folder 7

Wallace, Alfred Russel, 1823-1913

oversize Oversize Box 15, folder 11

Correspondence to Joseph Dalton Hooker

box 324, folder 8

Waterhouse, George R., 1810-1888

 

Wedgwood Family

Oversize folder 23 C

Family tree

box 324, folder 9

Wedgwood, Bessy Allen, 1764-1846

box 324, folder 10

Wedgwood, Josiah, 1769-1843

box 324, folder 11

Emma Wedgwood's brothers and sisters

box 324, folder 12

Miscellaneous Wedgwoods

box 324, folder 13

Financial

box 324, folder 14

Wilberforce, Samuel, 1805-1873

box 324, folder 15

Yarrel, William, 1784-1856

box 324, folder 16-18

Work by Jane Ann Robinson, research assistant

 

Subject Files, circa 1975-1979

box 325, folder 1

The Atheneum Club

box 325, folder 2-4

Beagle voyage

box 325, folder 5

Bynoe, Benjamin

box 325, folder 6

Chaffers, Edward Main

box 325, folder 7

Covington, Syms

box 325, folder 8

Crewmen punished

oversize Oversize Box 17, folder 1

Crew muster list

box 325, folder 9

Darwin's diary, excerpts

oversize Oversize Box 16, folder 1

Transcription, 1831-1832

box 325, folder 10

Earle, Augustus

box 325, folder 11

Geology of voyage

box 325, folder 12

Hamond, Robert N.

box 325, folder 13

King, Philip Gidley

oversize Oversize Box 10, folder 9

Map of voyage

box 325, folder 14-16

Martens, Conrad - including sketchbook and watercolor reproductions

box 325, folder 17

McCormick, Robert

box 325, folder 18

Men associated with voyage

box 325, folder 19

Rowlett, George

box 325, folder 20-21

Ship's log and plans

oversize Oversize Box 16, folder 2-7

Ship's log and plans, 1831-1835

oversize Oversize Box 18, folder 1

Ship's log and plans, 1836

box 326, folder 1

Specimen collection, preservation and shipment

box 326, folder 2

Specimen catalogs from Beagle voyage

box 326, folder 3

Stokes, John Lort

box 326, folder 4

Structure and life aboard

box 326, folder 5

Sulivan, Bartholomew James

box 326, folder 6

Usborne, Alexander Burns

box 326, folder 7

Wickham, John Clements

box 326, folder 8

Zoology of voyage

box 326, folder 9

Miscellaneous crewmen

box 326, folder 10

Birmingham

box 326, folder 11

British Association for the Advancement of Science

Oversize folder 24 C

H. M. S. Cadmus - ship's plans

 

Cambridge

box 326, folder 12

City of Cambridge

box 326, folder 13

University of Cambridge

box 326, folder 14

Christ College

box 326, folder 15

Magdalene College

box 326, folder 16

Cambridge Philosophical Society

box 326, folder 17

Clothing and personal appearance

 

Down House

box 327, folder 1

Animals

box 327, folder 2

Descriptions

box 327, folder 3

Drawings and miscellaneous notes

box 327, folder 4

Life at Down House

box 327, folder 5

The Sandwalk

box 327, folder 6

Servants

box 327, folder 7

Structure and observations

box 327, folder 8

Edinburgh University

box 327, folder 9

Education

box 327, folder 10

Entertainment

box 327, folder 11

Entomological Society

box 327, folder 12

Evolution theory

box 327, folder 13

The Fens

box 327, folder 14

Fitzwilliam Street

box 327, folder 15

Food and drink

box 327, folder 16

The Fuegians and Matthews

box 327, folder 17

Galapagos Islands

box 327, folder 18

Galapagos Islands and sea life [Untitled manuscript]

box 328, folder 1

General criticism

box 328, folder 2

Geological Society of London

box 328, folder 3

Geology

box 328, folder 4

Glen Roy

box 328, folder 5

Gower Street

box 328, folder 6

Great Marlborough Street house

box 328, folder 7

Handlist of Darwin Papers at the University Library, Cambridge

box 328, folder 8

Health and medicine

box 328, folder 9

Humor

box 328, folder 10

House, furniture and architecture

box 328, folder 11

Lamarck and other early naturalists

box 328, folder 12

Linnean Society

box 328, folder 13

Literature

box 328, folder 14-15

London

box 329, folder 1

Maer Hall

oversize Oversize Box 17, folder 2

Maer Hall

 

Maps

oversize Oversize Box 10, folder 10

Cambridge

oversize Oversize Box 17, folder 3

England

Oversize folder 25 C

England

oversize Oversize Box 10, folder 11

Galapagos Islands

oversize Oversize Box 10, folder 12

Plymouth

box 329, folder 2

South America

Oversize folder 26 C

Wales

box 329, folder 3

Morality

oversize Oversize Box 17, folder 4

The Morning Herald, London

box 329, folder 4

The Mount

Oversize folder 27 B

Floor and grounds plans

box 329, folder 5

Music

oversize Oversize Box 18, folder 2

National Maritime Museum (Great Britain) - miscellaneous reproductions

box 329, folder 6

Notebooks

box 329, folder 7-11

Beagle notebook 1[?]-5

box 329, folder 12

Books to be read, 1838-1851

box 329, folder 13

Books read and to be read, 1852-1860

box 329, folder 14

Edinburgh notebook, 1827

box 329, folder 15

Published edition of Beagle Notebooks [annotated photocopy]

box 329, folder 16

Ornithological Notes, Nora Barlow, ed.

box 329, folder 17

A Transcription of ... Notebook on "Transmutation of Species", Paul H. Barrett, ed.

box 329, folder 18

Transmutation of Species Part I, First Notebook, excerpts on zoonomia

box 329, folder 19

Darwin's Journal, Sir Gavin de Beer, ed.

box 330, folder 1-4

Transmutation of Species, parts I-IV, Sir Gavin de Beer, ed.

box 330, folder 5

Transumtation of Species Addenda and Corrigenda, Sir Gavin de Beer and M.J. Rowlands, eds.

box 330, folder 6

North Wales

box 330, folder 7

Oxford British Association Meeting

oversize Oversize Box 10, folder 13

Oxford British Association Meeting

box 330, folder 8

Phrases of the time

box 330, folder 9

Plymouth

box 330, folder 10

Political beliefs

box 330, folder 11

Prejudices, fables, and foibles

 

Publications

box 330, folder 12

List of publications

box 330, folder 13

The Descent of Man

box 330, folder 14

The Origin of Species

box 330, folder 15

Queries about Expression

box 330, folder 16

The Voyage of the Beagle

box 330, folder 17

Chapter on geology from Admirality Manual of Scientific Enquiry, Herschel, Sir John F.W. (ed.)

box 330, folder 18

Contemporaneous reviews (1859-1877)

box 330, folder 19

The Ray Club

box 330, folder 20

Religion

box 331, folder 1-2

Reminiscence of Charles Darwin by Francis Darwin

box 331, folder 3

The Royal Society Somerset House

box 331, folder 4

Seaman's dress

box 331, folder 5

Servants

box 331, folder 6

Shrewsbury

box 331, folder 7

St. Tomas, Venezuela[?] - photo of painting by Fritz Melbye, 1851[?]

 

Subjects of study

box 331, folder 8

Cirripeda (barnacles)

box 331, folder 9

Class consciousness and differentiation

box 331, folder 10

Climbing plants

box 331, folder 11

Coral reefs

box 331, folder 12

Fertilization of orchids

box 331, folder 13

Formations of vegetable mold through the action of worms

box 331, folder 14

Insectivorous plants

box 331, folder 15

Variation under domestication

box 331, folder 16

Transportation and travel

oversize Oversize Box 18, folder 3

Rail maps

box 331, folder 17

Trees

box 331, folder 18

Ways of life

 

Articles regarding:

box 331, folder 19

The Beagle

box 331, folder 20

Criticism of and debate about origin of man and Darwin's ideas

box 331, folder 21-22

Darwin and the Beagle

box 332, folder 1

Darwin's correspondence

box 332, folder 2

Darwin's health

oversize Oversize Box 18, folder 4

Darwin's health

box 332, folder 3-5

Darwin's life

box 332, folder 6

Darwin's On the Origin of Species

box 332, folder 7

Darwin's science, theories, etc.

box 332, folder 8

Miscellaneous pamphlets

box 332, folder 9-11

Miscellaneous notes

box 250

Miscellaneous notes [file cards]

 

Research Correspondence and Travel Files, 1971-1983, undated

box 333, folder 1

Atkins, Hedley 1975-80

box 333, folder 2

Barlow, Lady Nora 1976-80

box 333, folder 3

Barrett, Paul 1975-80, undated

box 333, folder 4

British Library 1975-76

box 333, folder 5

Cambridge University Library 1975-80

box 333, folder 6

Campbell, Douglas 1976-81

box 333, folder 7

Charles Darwin Foundation for the Galapagos Isles 1975-81, undated

box 333, folder 8

Colp, Ralph, Jr. 1971-83

box 333, folder 9

Congdon, Thomas 1975

box 333, folder 10

Darling, Lois 1979-84

box 333, folder 11

Darwin, George 1975-84, undated

box 333, folder 12

Frasier, Ian H. C. 1977-81

box 333, folder 13

Gautrey, Peter 1975-80

box 333, folder 14

Great Britain Public Record Office 1976

box 333, folder 15

Kennedy, Dr. George 1976-78

box 333, folder 16

Keynes, Sir Geoffrey 1976-80

box 333, folder 17

Keynes, Milo 1976-80

box 333, folder 18

Keynes, Quentin 1977-80

box 333, folder 19

Keynes, Prof. Richard D. 1978-80

box 333, folder 20

Los Angeles County Museum of Natural History 1976-78

box 333, folder 21

National Maritime Museum (Great Britain) 1976

box 333, folder 22

Royal Botanic Gardens 1975-78

box 333, folder 23

Skinner, Prof. Hubert C. 1975

box 333, folder 24

Stanbury, David 1976-81

box 334, folder 1

Tebbel, Kacy 1979

box 334, folder 2

Tellwright, Dr. Michael and Elizabeth 1975-80

box 334, folder 3

Titheradge, Philip 1975-81

box 334, folder 4

Tobias, Prof. Philip V. 1977

box 334, folder 5

Vorzimmer, Dr. Peter 1977, undated

box 334, folder 6

Descendents of Darwin and Darwin's friends - drafts undated

box 334, folder 7

Copyright and permissions 1976-79, undated

box 334, folder 8-9

Books ordered for research 1975-79, undated

box 334, folder 10

Miscellaneous 1974-78, undated

box 334, folder 11-13

England 1975-76, undated

box 335, folder 1-3

England 1977, undated

box 335, folder 4

Galapagos Islands, 1977 1975-79, undated

 

Draft Files, 1973-1980, undated

box 335, folder 5

Modus operandi

box 335, folder 6

Frontispiece

box 335, folder 7

Chapter title pages

 

Book 1

box 335, folder 8-9

Modus operandi and manuscript notes

box 336, folder 1-5

Typescript notes, and first, second and third drafts

box 336, folder 6

Books 1-2 - modus operandi

box 336, folder 7-9

Books 1-3 - manuscript and typescript notes

 

Book 2

box 336, folder 10

Manuscript notes

box 337, folder 1-4

Typescript notes and first draft

box 337, folder 5-7

Book 3 - typescript notes and first draft fragments

 

Book 4

box 337, folder 8-9

Manuscript and typescript notes

box 338, folder 1-6

Typescript notes, and first and second drafts

 

Book 5

box 338, folder 7-9

Manuscript and typescript notes

box 339, folder 1-4

Typescript notes, and first and second drafts

 

Book 6

box 339, folder 5-9

Manuscript and typescript notes

box 340, folder 1-3

First, second and third drafts

 

Book 7

box 340, folder 4-8

Manuscript and typescript notes, and first draft

box 341, folder 1

Second draft

box 341, folder 2-7

Book 8 - manuscript and typescript notes, and first, second and third drafts

 

Book 9

box 341, folder 8

Manuscript notes

box 342, folder 1-7

Manuscript and typescript notes, and first, second and third drafts

 

Book 10

box 342, folder 8

Manuscript notes

box 343, folder 1-4

Typescript notes, and first, second and third drafts

box 343, folder 5-9

Book 11 - manuscript and typescript notes, and first, second and third drafts

 

Book 12

box 344, folder 1-8

Manuscript and typescript notes, and first and second drafts

box 345, folder 1

Third draft

box 345, folder 2-6

Book 13 - manuscript and typescript notes, and first, second and third drafts

box 345, folder 7-8

Acknowledgments, notes and draft

box 345, folder 9

Bibliography

box 345, folder 10

Miscellaneous manuscript notes

 

Jean Stone's edits

box 345, folder 11-12

Book 1

box 346, folder 1-8

Books 2-5

box 347, folder 1-9

Books 5-9

box 348, folder 1-8

Books 10-13

box 348, folder 9

Editor's notes

 

Printer's copy

box 348, folder 10-12

Frontispiece, and Books 1-2

box 349, folder 1-12

Books 3-13, and afterword

box 350

Galleys

box 351

Galleys

box 349, folder 13

Dust jackets

box 349, folder 14

Foreign [Britain]

 

Publicity and Review Files, 1980-1983, undated

box 352, folder 1

Publication announcement 1980

box 352, folder 2

Publisher's promotions 1980, undated

box 352, folder 3-4

Advertisements 1980-82, undated

oversize Oversize Box 17, folder 5-6

Advertisements 1980-82, undated

box 352, folder 5

Foreign [Austria, Britain, France, Germany] 1981-82

box 352, folder 6

Study/Book club announcements 1980

box 352, folder 7

Reviews 1980-83, undated

oversize Oversize Box 17, folder 7

Reviews 1980-81

box 352, folder 8

Foreign [Austria, Britain, Germany, Switzerland] 1981-82, undated

oversize Oversize Box 10, folder 14

Foreign [Canada] 1980

box 352, folder 9

Publicity correspondence 1980-81

 

Adaptation and Exhibition Files, 1980-1982

box 352, folder 10

Braille adaptation 1981

box 352, folder 11

Excerpts - Western's World 1981

 

Foreign excerpts

box 352, folder 12

Lire [France] 1982

box 352, folder 13

[Russia] 1982

 

Exhibition at the California Natural History Museum [1980?]

box 352, folder 14

Draft captions

box 352, folder 15

Pictorial displays undated

oversize Oversize Box 10, folder 15

Pictorial display undated

box 352, folder 16

Publicity - foreign language [Spanish] 1980

Boxes 353-387; Oversize Box 17, folders 8-10; Oversize Box 19, folders 1-14; Oversize Folders 28-30

Depths of Glory, 1980-1988, undated

Scope and Content Note

Stone's final published work returned to the subject of his first biographical novel, that of Impressionism. He focused on his fourth artist, Camille Pissaro, called the grandfather of Impressionism, and his struggles to survive as a painter. It was also Stone's second book on a Jewish subject.
Research and Reference Files consists of Character and Chronology Files, Subject Files, and Research Correspondence and Travel Files. The files contain Stone's research into the artists, collectors, critics, and dealers that influenced and were influenced by Pissaro; the artistic climate of Paris; his family, as well as his background as a native of a Caribbean island; and his wife's experiences as a maid and housewife. Stone used Janine Bailly-Herzberg's then-unpublished manuscript of Pissaro's correspondence, along with correspondence held at the Ashmolean Museum. Stone grouped all artists, collectors, critics, and dealers together, and filed them alphabetically by the category to which they belonged (i.e., Mary Cassatt can be found under "A" for "Artist"). Stone's organization of Depths of Glory's draft files is unusual in that the manuscript notes and drafts were entirely separated from the typescripts. There are extensive notes on spelling, focusing on the French names that were used in the work, but there are no galleys for Depths of Glory. There is also relatively little material in Publicity and Review Files or Adaptation Files, reflecting Stone's decline in popularity.
 

Research and Reference Files, 1980-1988, undated

 

Character and Chronology Files, circa 1981-1984

 

Artists

box 353, folder 1-6

A-Z, miscellaneous

box 353, folder 7

Bazille, Jean-Frédéric, 1841-1870

box 353, folder 8

Bonnard, Pierre, 1867-1947

box 353, folder 9

Bracquemond, Félix

box 353, folder 10

Caillebotte, Gustave

box 353, folder 11

Cassatt, Mary, 1845-1926

box 353, folder 12

Cézanne, Paul, 1839-1906

box 353, folder 13-17

Corot, Camille, 1796-1875

box 353, folder 18

Courbet, Gustave, 1819-1877

box 353, folder 19

Couture, Thomas

box 354, folder 1

David, Jacques-Louis

box 354, folder 2

Degas, Edgar, 1834-1917

box 354, folder 3

Delacroix, Eugène

box 354, folder 4

Desboutin, Marcellin

box 354, folder 5

Dubois-Pillet, Albert

box 354, folder 6

Gaugin, Paul, 1848-1903

box 354, folder 7

Gleyre, Charles

box 354, folder 8

Ingres, Jean-Baptiste

box 354, folder 9

Jacobsen, David

box 354, folder 10

Jongkind, Johann Barthold, 1819-1891

box 354, folder 11

Luce, Maximilien

box 354, folder 12-13

Manet, Edouard

oversize Oversize Box 19, folder 1

Clippings

box 354, folder 14

Melbye, Anton

box 354, folder 15

Melbye, Fritz

box 354, folder 16

Millet, Jean-François, 1848-1875

box 354, folder 17

Mirbeau, Octave

oversize Oversize Box 19, folder 2

Clipping

box 355, folder 1

Monet, Claude, 1840-1926

oversize Oversize Box 19, folder 3

Clipping

box 355, folder 2-4

Morisot, Berthe

box 355, folder 5

Piette, Ludovic

box 355, folder 6

Renoir, Auguste

box 355, folder 7

Rodin, Auguste

box 355, folder 8

Seurat, Georges

box 355, folder 9

Signac, Paul, 1863-1935

box 355, folder 10

Sisley, Alfred

box 355, folder 11

Whistler, James McNeill

 

Chronology

box 355, folder 12-15

1855-1868

box 356, folder 1-10

1869-1896

box 357, folder 1-3

1894-1903

box 357, folder 4

Collectors

box 357, folder 5

Charpentier, Georges

box 357, folder 6

Chocquet, Victor

box 357, folder 7

de Bellio, Georges

box 357, folder 8

Gachet, Paul

box 357, folder 9

Hoschedé, Ernest

box 357, folder 10

Murer, Eugène

box 357, folder 11

Tanguy, Julien

box 357, folder 12

Critics

box 357, folder 13

Castagnary, Jules

box 357, folder 14

Champfleury, Jules Husson

box 357, folder 15

Duranty, Edmund

box 357, folder 16

Duret, Théodore

box 357, folder 17

Fénéon, Félix

box 357, folder 18

Gautier, Théophile

box 357, folder 19

Geffroy, Gustave

box 357, folder 20

Gérôme, Jean-Léon

box 357, folder 21

Houssaye, Arsène

box 357, folder 22

Zola, Émile

box 357, folder 23

Dealers

box 357, folder 24

Durand-Ruel, Paul

box 357, folder 25

Père Martin

box 357, folder 26

Petit, Georges

box 357, folder 27

Vollard, Ambroise

box 357, folder 28

Diaz de la Pena, Narcisse Virgile

box 357, folder 29

Haussmann, Georges-Eugène, Baron

box 357, folder 30

Pissaro, Camille

box 357, folder 31

Anarchism

box 357, folder 32

Anti-semitism

box 357, folder 33-34

Chronology

box 358, folder 1

Descendants and scholars

box 358, folder 2

Early life

box 358, folder 3

Eragny

box 358, folder 4

Eye problems

box 358, folder 5

Impressionism

box 358, folder 6-8

L'Œuvre de Camille Pissarro, (Catalogue raisonné) - plate list and plates

box 358, folder 9

Paris, 1841-1847

box 358, folder 10

Personal library (catalog)

box 358, folder 11

Pontoise

box 358, folder 12

Printmaking

 

Pissarro's correspondence

box 358, folder 13

Mirbeau, Octave

box 358, folder 14-15

Pissarro, Alfred

box 359, folder 1-4

Pissarro, Esther

box 359, folder 5-17

Pissarro, Lucien

box 360, folder 1-9

Pissarro, Lucien

box 360, folder 10-14

Ashmolean Museum collection

box 360, folder 15-16

Bailley-Herzberg manuscript, v. 1-2

box 361, folder 1-2

Bailley-Herzberg manuscript, v. 1-2

box 361, folder 3-4

Fondation Custodia collection

box 361, folder 5

Pissarro, Julie Vellay, 1839-1926

box 361, folder 6

Estate

oversize Oversize Box 19, folder 4

Estate

box 361, folder 7-12

Letters to Lucien

box 361, folder 13

Spelling errors

 

Pissarro Family

box 362, folder 1

Family tree

box 362, folder 2

Pissarro, Alfred (brother)

oversize Oversize Box 19, folder 5

Clippings

box 362, folder 3

Pissarro, Frédéric, 1802-1865 (father)

box 362, folder 4

Pissarro, Georges, 1871-1961 (son)

box 362, folder 5

Pissarro, Lucien, 1863-1944 (son)

oversize Oversize Box 19, folder 6

Exhibition ephemera

box 362, folder 6

Pissarro, Rachel Petit, 1795?-1889 (mother)

box 362, folder 7

Pissarro's brothers

box 362, folder 8

Pissarro's stepbrothers and stepsisters

box 362, folder 9

Pissarro's children

box 362, folder 10

Miscellaneous characters

 

Subject Files, circa 1980-1984

box 362, folder 11

American Impressionist exhibits, 1886

box 362, folder 12

Anarchists

 

Art practice

box 362, folder 13

Education in France

box 362, folder 14

Painters, ateliers, and models

box 362, folder 15

Studios

box 362, folder 16

Supplies

box 362, folder 17

The Barbizon School

box 362, folder 18

Birth control and life expectancy

box 362, folder 19

Bordeaux

box 362, folder 20

Cafés

box 362, folder 21

Brasserie Andler

box 362, folder 22

Café Guerbois

box 362, folder 23

Nouvelle Athènes

box 362, folder 24

Clothing

oversize Oversize Box 19, folder 7

La Mode au Parc Monceau

box 362, folder 25

Co-operative Company of Artists, Painters, Sculptors, Engravers, etc.

box 362, folder 26

The Dreyfus Affair

box 362, folder 27

École Impériale des Beaux Arts

box 362, folder 28

Entertainment

box 362, folder 29

Exhibitions

box 363, folder 1

Fevers

box 363, folder 2

Finance and currency

box 363, folder 3

Food

box 363, folder 4

French nineteenth century art

box 363, folder 5

French slang and proverbs

box 363, folder 6

Galerie Pissarro

box 363, folder 7

Government

box 363, folder 8

Grancy-sur-Ource

box 363, folder 9

A Handbook for Visitors to Paris (London, 1866) (photocopy)

box 363, folder 10

Homeopathy

box 363, folder 11

Houses, furniture, and furnishings

box 363, folder 12

Impressionism

box 363, folder 13

Paintings' prices

box 363, folder 14

Postcards

box 363, folder 15

Impressionists

box 363, folder 16

Kitchens and utensils

box 363, folder 17

Literature

box 363, folder 18

Maids' lives

box 363, folder 19

Manners

 

Maps

Oversize folder 28 C

England

box 363, folder 20

France

Oversize folder 29 B

France

box 363, folder 21

Paris

oversize Oversize Box 17, folder 8

Map

box 363, folder 22

Passy

box 363, folder 23

Periodicals

box 363, folder 24

Pointillism

box 363, folder 25

Religion

box 364, folder 1

The Salon des Refusés

box 364, folder 2

The Salons

box 364, folder 3

Songs

box 364, folder 4

Stories

box 364, folder 5-7

St. Thomas

oversize Oversize Box 19, folder 8

Map

box 364, folder 8

Transportation

 

Articles

box 364, folder 9

Contemporary exhibitions and auctions

oversize Oversize Box 19, folder 9

Contemporary exhibitions - clippings

Oversize folder 30 B

Contemporary exhibitions

box 364, folder 10

Grancey-sur-Ource

box 364, folder 11

Nineteenth century France

box 364, folder 12-14

Other artists

box 364, folder 15

Pissarro and other artists

box 364, folder 16

Pissarro's life and art

oversize Oversize Box 19, folder 10

Pissarro's life and art

box 364, folder 17

Reviews of books about Pissarro

oversize Oversize Box 19, folder 11

Reviews of books about Pissarro

 

Book excerpts

box 364, folder 18

Color theories

box 364, folder 19

Communications

box 364, folder 20

Dealers

box 364, folder 21

Nineteenth and early twentieth century France

box 365, folder 1

Other artists

box 365, folder 2

Pissarro and other artists

box 365, folder 3

Pissarro's life and art

box 365, folder 4

The Archives of Impressionism, by Lionello Venturi (photocopy)

box 365, folder 5

The Daily Life of the Impressionists, by Jean-Paul Crespelle

box 365, folder 6

The Goncourt Journal, by Edmund de Goncourt

box 365, folder 7

Voltaire's Alphabet of Wit, Paul McPharlin, ed. (photocopy)

box 365, folder 8

Catalogs - Quatorze lettres de Julie Pissarro and Camille Pissarro at the Crystal Palace

 

Dissertations

box 365, folder 9-10

Pissarro and Pontoise: The Painter in a Landscape, by Richard Robson Brettell (Yale, 1977)

box 365, folder 11

Pissarro, Degas and Cassatt as Print-Makers in 1880, by Antonia Lant (1979)

box 366, folder 1

Miscellaneous fact sheets prepared by Anne Higonnet

box 366, folder 2-3

Miscellaneous notes

 

Bibliographic notes

box 366, folder 4

Bibliographies

box 366, folder 5

Library records

box 366, folder 6

Orders and correspondence

 

Research Correspondence and Travel Files, 1980-1988, undated

box 366, folder 7

Alder, Kathleen 1982-83

box 366, folder 8

The Ashmolean Museum 1980-85

box 366, folder 9

Bailly-Herzberg, Janine 1981-86, undated

box 366, folder 10

Bensusan-Butt, John 1981-86

box 366, folder 11-12

Gordey, Beverly 1980-86, undated

box 367, folder 1

Grange, Hélène 1982-84, undated

oversize Oversize Box 19, folder 12

Clippings and map undated

box 367, folder 2

Gutowski, Corinna 1981-86

box 367, folder 3

Higonnet, Anne 1981-82

box 367, folder 4

Maillet, Edda, Musée de Pontoise 1981-86, undated

box 367, folder 5

Neffe, Christian 1980-82

box 367, folder 6

Pissarro, Katia 1980

box 367, folder 7

Pluyant, Christiane, regarding Grancy-sur-Ource 1981-83, undated

box 367, folder 8

Rewald, John 1981-85

box 367, folder 9

Shikes, Ralph 1981-85

box 367, folder 10

Thorold, Anne 1980-85

box 367, folder 11

Vroom, Cindy 1982-84, undated

box 367, folder 12-13

Miscellaneous correspondents 1980-88, undated

box 368, folder 1

Addresses and phone numbers undated

 

Research travel 1981 Spring

box 368, folder 2

Correspondence

box 368, folder 3

Descriptions and places

box 368, folder 4

Manuscript notes and carbons

box 368, folder 5

Material brought by Stone

box 368, folder 6

Paris observations and descriptions

box 368, folder 7

Photographs

box 368, folder 8-9

Miscellaneous notes and notebook

 

Draft Files, 1980-1985, undated

box 368, folder 10-14

Modus operandi, typescripts

box 368, folder 15

Frontispiece

box 368, folder 16

Manuscript notes

box 369, folder 1-5

Manuscript notes

box 369, folder 6-9

Manuscript drafts

box 370, folder 1-8

Manuscript drafts

box 371, folder 1-9

Manuscript drafts

box 372, folder 1-3

Manuscript drafts

 

Book 1

box 372, folder 4-8

Typescript notes, draft carbon and rewrites

box 373, folder 1-3

Draft rewrites, and typescript draft fragment and photocopy

box 373, folder 4-8

Book 2 - typescript notes, draft carbon and rewrites, and photocopy

 

Book 3

box 373, folder 9-10

Typescript notes

box 374, folder 1-4

Typescript draft carbon, rewrites, and photocopy

box 374, folder 5-6

Book 4 - typescript draft carbon and photocopy

box 374, folder 7-9

Books 4-5 - typescript notes and draft rewrites

box 374, folder 10

Book 5 - typescript draft carbon

box 375, folder 1-4

Book 6 - typescript notes, draft carbon, and rewrites

box 375, folder 5

Books 6-7 - draft inserts

box 375, folder 6-7

Book 7 - typescript notes and draft carbon

box 375, folder 8

Interlude - typescript draft carbon

 

Book 8

box 375, folder 9

Typescript notes

box 376, folder 1-7

Typescript notes, rewrites and draft carbon, and final carbon

 

Book 9

box 376, folder 8-9

Notes

box 377, folder 1-3

Draft rewrites, typescript and final draft

box 377, folder 4-7

Book 10 - typescript notes, rewrites, and final draft

 

Book 11

box 377, folder 8-9

Typescript notes

box 378, folder 1-5

Typescript notes, draft rewrites, and draft

 

Book 12

box 378, folder 6-9

Typescript notes, draft rewrites, and draft carbon

box 379, folder 1-2

Final draft

box 379, folder 3-7

Book 13 - typescript notes, and draft rewrites

box 379, folder 8-9

Book 14 - typescript notes, and draft rewrites

 

Third or fourth draft

box 380, folder 1-9

Books 1-7

box 381, folder 1-7

Books 8-13

box 382, folder 1

Book 14

box 382, folder 2

Miscellaneous typescript fragments

box 382, folder 3

Acknowledgments

box 382, folder 4

Bibliography

 

Spelling notes

box 382, folder 5

Master lists

box 382, folder 6-16

Books 1-4, and 6-12

box 383, folder 1-2

Books 13-14

box 383, folder 3

Miscellaneous

 

Jean's edits

box 383, folder 4-11

Books 1-4

box 384, folder 1-8

Books 5-8

box 385, folder 1-10

Books 9-13

box 386, folder 1-2

Book 14

 

Printer's copy

box 386, folder 3-12

Books 1-10

box 387, folder 1-4

Books 11-14

box 387, folder 5

Blurb

box 387, folder 6

Dust jackets

oversize Oversize Box 17, folder 9

Dust jackets

box 387, folder 7

Foreign [Britain]

oversize Oversize Box 17, folder 9

Foreign [Britain]

box 387, folder 8

Introduction for Franklin Library Edition

 

Publicity and Review Files, 1985-1987, undated

box 387, folder 9-10

Advertisements 1985-86, undated

oversize Oversize Box 17, folder 10

Advertisements 1985

box 387, folder 11

Foreign [Britain, Switzerland] 1985-87

oversize Oversize Box 19, folder 13

Foreign [Britain, Germany] 1986, undated

box 387, folder 12

Study/Book club announcements 1986, undated

box 387, folder 13

Reviews 1985-86, undated

oversize Oversize Box 19, folder 14

Reviews 1985

box 387, folder 14

Foreign [Germany, New Zealand] 1986-87, undated

 

Adaptation Files, 1985, undated

box 387, folder 15

Abridgements, miscellaneous undated

box 387, folder 16

Foreign excerpt [Britain] - The Bodley Head (Firm), Chapter 4 1985

Boxes 250, 388-414; Oversize Box 17, folders 11-14; Oversize Box 19, folders 15-30; Oversize Folder 31

John Muir [ All Flesh is Grass], 1972-1990, undated

Scope and Content Note

Stone never completed his final work, a biographical novel on John Muir. He finished several drafts of the work, but Jean never began the editing process. The work was temporarily titled All Flesh is Grass, but Stone's works were frequently retitled shortly before publication.
Research and Reference Files consists of Character and Chronology Files, Subject Files, and Research Correspondence and Travel Files. The files contain notes and photocopies regarding Muir and his wife's families; Muir's work and correspondence; Yosemite and the Sierra Nevada; and life in Scotland, Indiana, Wisconsin, and California. Draft Files consists only of Stone's drafts; there are no final typescripts, edits by Jean, printer's copies, or galleys, and no Publicity and Review Files or Adaptation Files.
 

Research and Reference Files, 1972-1990, undated

 

Character and Chronology Files, circa 1986-1989

box 388, folder 1

Avery, Benjamin Parke

box 388, folder 2

Bidwell, John and Annie

box 388, folder 3

Burroughs, John (1837-1921)

box 388, folder 4

Butler, James Davie and family

box 388, folder 5

Carr, Ezra S.

box 388, folder 6

Case at University of California, Berkeley

box 388, folder 7

Carr, Jeanne (1825-1903)

box 250

Cast of characters [file cards]

box 388, folder 8

Colby, William Edward - reminiscences of Gilbert Winslow Colby

box 388, folder 9

Coolbirth, Ina (1842-1928)

box 388, folder 10

Emerson, Ralph Waldo (1803-1882)

box 388, folder 11

Fitch, George

box 388, folder 12-13

George, Francis - marriage announcement and account book

box 388, folder 14

George, Henry (1839-1897)

box 388, folder 15

Graydon, Katherine Merrill (1858-1934)

box 388, folder 16

Hendricks, Eliza (1827-1901)

box 388, folder 17

Hutchings, Cosie Mills

box 388, folder 18

Hutchings, Elvira

box 389, folder 1-2

Hutchings, James Mason

oversize Oversize Box 19, folder 15

Clippings

box 389, folder 3

Jackson, Sheldon

box 389, folder 4

Keith, William (1838-1911)

box 389, folder 5

Kellogg, Albert

box 389, folder 6

King, Clarence

box 389, folder 7

LeConte, Joseph (1823-1901)

box 389, folder 8

Writings

box 389, folder 9

Leidig, George and Isabella

box 389, folder 10

Lukens, Theodore

box 389, folder 11

Magee, Thomas

box 389, folder 12

McChesney, Joseph Burwell

box 389, folder 13

Merriam, Clinton Hart and Clinton Levi

box 389, folder 14

Merrill, Catherine

box 389, folder 15

Merrill, Samuel, Sr.

oversize Oversize Box 19, folder 16

Merrill, Samuel, Jr. - clippings

box 389, folder 16

Moores, Charles Jr.

box 389, folder 17

Moores, Julia Merrill

box 389, folder 18

Moores, Merrill (1856-1929)

box 389, folder 19

Merrill and Moores Families' miscellany

box 389, folder 20

Muir, John

box 389, folder 21

Assessment list of estate, 1893

 

Chronology and correspondence

box 389, folder 22-25

1861-1864

box 390, folder 1-16

1865-1879

oversize Oversize Box 17, folder 11

1872

box 391, folder 1-27

1880-1907

box 392, folder 1-5

1908-1914, and miscellaneous

box 392, folder 6

Early notes

box 392, folder 7

Eye injury

box 392, folder 8

Favorite Scottish songs

box 392, folder 9

Financial matters

box 392, folder 10

Glaciers

box 392, folder 11

Inventions

box 392, folder 12

Obituaries

box 392, folder 13

Photographs

box 392, folder 14

Quotes

box 392, folder 15-17

Reminiscences by Jeanne Carr and others

box 392, folder 18-19

Wisconsin and Wisconsin homes

box 392, folder 20-21

Writings and bibliography

box 393, folder 1-15

Writings and bibliography

 

Muir's correspondents

box 393, folder 16

Carr, Ezra S.

box 393, folder 17-18

Carr, Jeanne

box 393, folder 19

Clark, Galen

box 393, folder 20

Colby, William Edward

box 393, folder 21

Muir, Daniel (brother)

box 394, folder 1-2

Muir, Louise Strentzel (wife)

box 394, folder 3-4

Moores, Julia

box 394, folder 5

Pelton, Emily

box 394, folder 6

Strentzel Family

box 394, folder 7

Strentzel, Dr. John

box 394, folder 8

Miscellaneous correspondents

 

Muir Family

box 394, folder 9

Brown, Joanna Muir (sister)

box 394, folder 10

Galloway, Sarah Muir (sister)

box 394, folder 11

Hand, Mary Muir (sister)

box 394, folder 12

Muir, Ann Gilrye (mother)

box 394, folder 13

Muir, Daniel (father)

box 394, folder 14

Letters from Ann Gilrye Muir

box 394, folder 15

Muir, David (brother)

box 394, folder 16

Muir, Helen (daughter)

box 394, folder 17

Diary excerpts

box 394, folder 18

Muir, John and Sarah Higgs (maternal grandparents)

box 394, folder 19

Muir, Louise Strentzel (1847-1905) (wife)

box 394, folder 20

Education

box 394, folder 21

Oliver, James

box 395, folder 1

Pelton, Emily

box 395, folder 2

Roosevelt, Theodore (1858-1919)

box 395, folder 3

Smith, Samuel F. - autobiography

box 395, folder 4

Strentzel, Dr. John (1813-1890)

box 395, folder 5

Assessment list of estate, 1892-1893

box 395, folder 6

Correspondence to brother

box 395, folder 7

Writings

 

Strentzel, Louisiana

box 395, folder 8

Correspondence

box 395, folder 9-13

Diary excerpts

box 396, folder 1

Sutherland, Levi

oversize Oversize Box 19, folder 17

Map

box 396, folder 2

Swett, John

oversize Oversize Box 19, folder 18

Clippings

box 396, folder 3

Swett, Mary

box 396, folder 4

Upham, Isaac

box 396, folder 5

Whitney, Josiah

box 396, folder 6

Williams, Samuel

 

Subject Files, circa 1986-1989

box 396, folder 7

Alaska

box 396, folder 8

Botany

box 396, folder 9

Butler University

box 396, folder 10

California Historical Society

box 396, folder 11

Carr House, Madison, Wisconsin

box 396, folder 12

The Civil War

box 396, folder 13

Dunbar-East Lothian, Scotland

box 397, folder 1

Ecology and environment

box 397, folder 2-3

Glaciers

box 397, folder 4

The Grange

box 397, folder 5

Indianapolis, Indiana

box 397, folder 6-7

Clothing and accessories

box 397, folder 8

Doctors

box 397, folder 9-10

Entertainment and food

box 397, folder 11

Furniture and furnishings

box 397, folder 12

Houses and architecture

box 397, folder 13

History

box 398, folder 1

Local government

oversize Oversize Box 19, folder 19

Maps

box 398, folder 2-4

News and stories, newspaper ads

box 398, folder 5

Social life

box 398, folder 6

Transportation

box 398, folder 7

John Muir Country Park, Scotland

box 398, folder 8

John Muir Historic Site

box 398, folder 9

John Muir Memorial Association

oversize Oversize Box 19, folder 20

150th birthday flier

box 398, folder 10

Knoxville Quicksilver Mine, Napa, Calif.

box 398, folder 11

Madison, Wisconsin

box 398, folder 12

Newspapers

box 398, folder 13

Maps

Oversize folder 31 C

Maps

box 398, folder 14

Martinez, Calif.

oversize Oversize Box 19, folder 21

Article

box 399, folder 1-2

Muir House, Martinez, Calif.

box 399, folder 3

Muir Woods National Monument

box 399, folder 4

Oakland, Calif.

oversize Oversize Box 19, folder 22

Map

box 399, folder 5

The Overland Monthly

box 399, folder 6

Prairie du Chien, Wisconsin

box 399, folder 7

Osgood, Smith, & Co.

oversize Oversize Box 19, folder 23

Map

box 399, folder 8-9

San Francisco, Calif.

oversize Oversize Box 19, folder 24

Article

box 399, folder 10

The Sierra Club

oversize Oversize Box 19, folder 25

Article

box 399, folder 11

Sierra Nevada

box 399, folder 12

Snelling, Calif.

box 399, folder 13

Strentzel Home, Martinez, Calif.

box 400, folder 1

Transportation in California

oversize Oversize Box 19, folder 26

Map

box 400, folder 2

Trouts' Hollow, Ontario, Canada

box 400, folder 3

University of Wisconsin

box 400, folder 4

Athenaean Society

box 400, folder 5

Miscellaneous characters

box 400, folder 6

Vacaville Museum, Vacaville, Calif.

box 400, folder 7

Yosemite

box 400, folder 8

Black, Alexander George

box 400, folder 9

Creation of Yosemite National Park

box 400, folder 10

Delany, Pat

box 400, folder 11

Earliest writings about Yosemite

oversize Oversize Box 19, folder 27

Clippings

box 400, folder 12

Early years in Yosemite, 1864-1874

box 400, folder 13

Lamon, James (1817-1875)

box 400, folder 14

Runkle, John Daniel (1822-1902)

box 400, folder 15

Yelverton, Thérèse

box 400, folder 16

Yosemite National Park Research Library

 

Articles

box 400, folder 17-18

John Muir

oversize Oversize Box 17, folder 12

John Muir

box 400, folder 19

Indiana history

box 401, folder 1

Sequoias

box 401, folder 2

Yosemite

 

Books

box 401, folder 3

In the Heart of the Sierras: The Yosemite Valley (excerpt), by James Mason Hutchings

box 401, folder 4

John Muir's Studies in the Sierra (excerpt), by William Edward Colby

box 401, folder 5

A Journal of Ramblings through the High Sierra of California, by Joseph LeConte

box 401, folder 6

A Western Journey with Mr. Emerson (excerpt), by James Bradley Thayer

box 401, folder 7

Guide to Yosemite, by Ansel F. Hall

box 401, folder 8

Harvest of a Quiet Eye (excerpt), by John Burroughs

box 401, folder 9

History of the Sierra Nevada, by Francis P. Farquhar

box 401, folder 10

Mountaineering in the Sierra Nevada, by Clarence King

box 401, folder 11

One Hundred Years in Yosemite (excerpt), by Carl Parcher Russell

box 401, folder 12

Tales of the Yosemite (excerpt), by Maria Theresa Longworth

box 401, folder 13

The Yosemite Valley, by Galen Clark

box 401, folder 14-15

Miscellaneous notes

oversize Oversize Box 17, folder 13

Miscellaneous notes

 

Bibliographic notes

box 401, folder 16

Bibliographies

box 401, folder 17

Orders and correspondence

oversize Oversize Box 19, folder 28

Article

 

Research Correspondence and Travel Files, 1972-1990, undated

box 402, folder 1-2

Bancroft Library 1986-89, undated

box 402, folder 3-6

Burch, Marybelle (Indiana State Librarian) 1986-87, undated

box 402, folder 7

Butler University 1986-88

box 402, folder 8-9

California State Library 1986-89

oversize Oversize Box 17, folder 14

Maps

box 402, folder 10

Chandler, Robert (Wells Fargo) 1987-89

box 403, folder 1

de Lipkau, Ross E. (Hanna-Muir Trust) 1986-87

box 403, folder 2

Hanna, Sherry 1986-89

box 403, folder 3

Holt-Atherton Pacific Center for Western Studies 1985-89, undated

oversize Oversize Box 19, folder 29

Clipping 1985

box 403, folder 4

Limbaugh, Ronald 1985-88

box 403, folder 5

Morrison, Daryl 1986-89

box 403, folder 6

Indiana Historical Society 1986-89

box 403, folder 7

Indiana State Library 1986-87

box 403, folder 8

Kimes, Bill and Maymie 1986-89

oversize Oversize Box 19, folder 30

Article 1986

box 403, folder 9-10

Madison, Wisconsin 1986-88

box 403, folder 11

Plummer, Peg Swett (Ranger, John Muir National Historic Site) 1986-87, undated

box 403, folder 12

Sargent, Shirley 1972, 1986-88

box 403, folder 13

Scotland 1985-87

box 404, folder 1

Strumpff, Linda Moon (Ranger, John Muir National Historic Site) 1986-89, undated

box 404, folder 2

Sutter, Ruth ( Diablo Valley College) 1986-89

box 404, folder 3

University of California, Los Angeles 1985-90

box 404, folder 4

University of the Pacific 1985-90, undated

box 404, folder 5

Vocelka, Mary (Yosemite National Park) 1986-88, undated

box 404, folder 6

Wilderness Society 1985-87

box 404, folder 7

Copyrights 1983-88, undated

box 404, folder 8-9

Miscellaneous correspondents 1986-88, undated

box 404, folder 10

California 1988

box 404, folder 11

Dunbar, Scotland 1985-88, undated

box 404, folder 12-13

Indianapolis, Indiana, and Madison, Wisconsin 1986, undated

box 404, folder 14

Miscellaneous notes undated

 

Draft Files, 1986-1988, undated

box 404, folder 15-16

Modus operandi

 

Book 1

box 404, folder 17

Typescript notes

box 405, folder 1-9

Typescript notes and first draft

box 406, folder 1

First typescript draft

box 406, folder 2-10

Book 2 - typescript notes, first[?], second[?] and third[?] typescript drafts, carbons, and rewrites

box 407, folder 1-6

Book 3 - typescript and manuscript notes, and first[?] and second typescript drafts

 

Book 4

box 407, folder 7-8

Typescript notes

box 408, folder 1-5

Typescript notes and draft rewrites

box 408, folder 6-9

Books 4-5 - draft rewrites

box 409, folder 1-8

Book 5 - typescript notes, and draft carbons and rewrites

 

Book 6

box 410, folder 1-7

Manuscript and typescript notes, and typescript draft carbons

box 411, folder 1-7

Typescript draft carbons, typescript draft [?], and rewrites

box 412, folder 1-3

Rewrites, and inserts and re-do's

 

Book 7

box 412, folder 4-8

Typescript notes

box 413, folder 1-3

Typescript draft[?], and rewrites

 

Book 8

box 413, folder 4-8

Typescript and manuscript notes

box 414, folder 1

Typescript and manuscript notes

box 414, folder 2-6

Book 9[?] - typescript notes

box 414, folder 7-9

Miscellaneous notes and inserts

Boxes 415-458; Oversize Boxes 20-24; Oversize Box 25, folders 1-4; Oversize Folders 32-34

Subseries 2.2: Biographies and History, 1936-1989, undated

Scope and Content Note

Arrangement

Arranged chronologically by date of publication.
Biographies and History consists of Sailor on Horseback (Jack London), Clarence Darrow for the Defense, They Also Ran (about the defeated presidential candidates), Earl Warren, and Men to Match My Mountains (a history of the West). Stone wrote his biographies and historical works using the same methods as for his biographical novels. He studied his subjects extensively, gathering many notes and resources; wrote several modus operandi and drafts, both manuscript and typescript; and had Jean Stone edit his work. However, because his biographies and history were written early in his career, he did not retain as extensive a collection of files as he did for his later biographical novels.
Boxes 415-419; Oversize Box 20, folders 1-6; Oversize Box 21, folders 1-4; Oversize Boxes 22-23; Oversize Folder 32

Sailor on Horseback, 1936-1982, undated

Scope and Content Note

Sailor on Horseback was Irving Stone's second biographical work, and his first traditional biography. Originally titled Giant in the West, the book was released in September 1938, a little more than 12 years after Jack London's death; it had been originally published in serialized form in the Saturday Evening Post. Jack London's family made many of London's notes and writings available to Stone during his research, and he was also able to talk to many people who knew Jack London. The most important of these was London's stepsister, Eliza London Shepard. Stone used London's own works, primarily Johnny Barleycorn, in Sailor on Horseback, and for this reason, charges of plagiarism were brought against Stone. London's family was also upset when Stone revealed that London was most likely born illegitimately and committed suicide. Although film rights to Sailor on Horseback were purchased, it never went into production.
Research and Reference Files contains a letter from Jack London to Eliza London Shepard amongst his notes on Jack London, as well as Stone's correspondence with Eliza London Shepard and others who knew London. Draft Files contains two typescript drafts, a printer's copy, and a galley proof. There is also a copy of the typescript, with its working title, inscribed to a friend. Adaptations includes film treatments of the manuscript and copies of the Saturday Evening Post and foreign serializations.
 

Research and Reference Files, circa 1936-1939

box 415, folder 1

Barbary Coast

box 415, folder 2

Chaney, Professor W. H. [father]

oversize Oversize Box 20, folder 1-2

Clippings

box 415, folder 3

Frolich, Finn Haakom

box 415, folder 4

Hill, Mrs. Robert

box 415, folder 5

Hopper, James

box 415, folder 6

Johns, Cloudsley

box 415, folder 7

Johns, William Douglas

box 415, folder 8

Lewis, Sinclair

box 415, folder 9

London, Bess (2nd daughter)

box 415, folder 10

London, Bessie Madden (1st wife)

box 415, folder 11

London, Charmian Kitteridge (2nd wife) - including diary notes

box 415, folder 12-13

London, Flora Wellman (mother)

oversize Oversize Box 20, folder 1-2

Clippings

 

London, Jack

oversize Oversize Box 20, folder 3

Birth announcement

box 415, folder 14

Book analyses, by Stone

box 415, folder 15

Childhood

box 415, folder 16

College transcript

box 415, folder 17-18

Correspondence to Charmian London and Eliza London Shepard, 1907

box 415, folder 19

Death

box 415, folder 20

Magazine article notebook, 1901

box 415, folder 21

Martin Eden, first page

box 415, folder 22

Reading material

box 415, folder 23

Student years

box 415, folder 24

Miscellaneous

box 415, folder 25

London, Joan (first daughter)

box 415, folder 26

London, John (stepfather)

box 415, folder 27

Morell, Edward

box 415, folder 28

Payne, Ninetta E.

box 415, folder 29

Ranches

box 415, folder 30

Water rights trial

box 415, folder 31

Ruskin Club

box 415, folder 32

Shepard, Eliza London (stepsister)

box 415, folder 33

Sterling, George

box 415, folder 34-35

Miscellaneous notes

box 416

Miscellaneous notes [file cards]

box 415, folder 36

Research correspondence

 

Draft Files, 19[37]-1938

box 415, folder 37

Modus operandi

box 415, folder 38

Frontispiece

box 415, folder 39-46

Chapters 1-4 - first and second drafts

box 417, folder 1-11

Chapters 5-9 - first and second drafts

box 417, folder 12-14

Chapter 10 - first and second drafts, and inserts

box 417, folder 15

Miscellaneous fragments

box 417, folder 16-18

Printer's copy

oversize Oversize Box 21, folder 1

Galley proofs

box 417, folder 19

"Giant in the West "draft, inscribed to Lewis Browne

box 418, folder 1-3

"Giant in the West" draft, inscribed to Lewis Browne

box 418, folder 4

Dust jackets

box 418, folder 5

Foreign [Norway]

 

Publicity and Review Files, 1937-1982, undated

box 418, folder 6

Project announcements 1937

box 418, folder 7

Publication announcements 1938

box 418, folder 8-11

Advertisements 1938-49, undated

oversize Oversize Box 20, folder 4-5

Advertisements 1938, undated

box 418, folder 12

Foreign [Britain, Canada, Germany, Sweden] 1938-49, 1967

oversize Oversize Box 21, folder 2

Foreign [Britain] 1938

box 418, folder 13-18

Reviews 1938, 1967, 1982, undated

oversize Oversize Box 21, folder 3

Reviews 1938

box 419, folder 1

Foreign [Australia, Britain, India, Ireland, Netherlands, Sweden, Germany] 1938-39, 1969

Oversize folder 32 B

Foreign [Britain, Sweden] 1938-39

box 419, folder 2-3

Study/Book club announcements 1938-39

box 419, folder 4

"Book Lecture on Sailor on Horseback," by Dr. Preston Bradley 1938

 

Adaptation Files, 1938-1974

box 419, folder 5-6

Film adaptation - synopsis of novel, and publicity 1938, 1950

box 419, folder 7

Play adaptation - script by Meredith Wilson 1974

box 419, folder 8

Radio adaptation - script by Frank M. Campbell 1947

box 419, folder 9

Television adaptation 1955

box 419, folder 10

Abridgements - Reader's Digest 1947

box 419, folder 11-20

Foreign abridgements - Reader's Digest [Australia, Brazil, Britain, Egypt, Finland, France, Germany, Japan, South America, Sweden] 1947-49

oversize Oversize Box 22, folder 1-3

Serialization - Saturday Evening Post 1938

box 419, folder 21

Publicity 1938

oversize Oversize Box 21, folder 4

Publicity 1938

 

Foreign serializations

oversize Oversize Box 20, folder 6

Passing Show [Britain] 1938-39

oversize Oversize Box 23, folder 1-4

Hjemmet [Denmark] 1938-39

box 419, folder 22

Hemmets Journal [Sweden] - publicity 1938

Boxes 416, 420-426; Oversize Box 21, folders 5-10

Clarence Darrow for the Defense, 1939-1989, undated

Scope and Content Note

Stone began his research on Clarence Darrow one year after Darrow's death. In the meantime, he published his second, and final, novel False Witness. Stone bought Darrow's literary estate from his widow, Ruby H. Darrow, and eventually gave it to the Library of Congress. A few segments of the book have been reprinted in Herbert V. Prochnow's Great Stories from Great Lives.
The small quantity of research material for this work can be attributed to Stone's having given his Darrow papers to Leo Cherne of the Research Institute of America, which later gave the papers to the Library of Congress. The drafts for the book are more extensive, and include Jean Stone's edits. There are also some notes relating to each chapter, the frontispiece from the printer's copy of the manuscript, some miscellaneous fragments, and other notes on the drafts. The usual collection of publicity clippings, reviews, and fan mail for the book is included, as well as some material from British newspapers. There is an abridgement by Omnibook Magazine, a radio script based on the biography, and publicity regarding the purchase of the film rights.
 

Research and Reference Files, 1939-1941, undated

box 420, folder 1

Bryan, William Jennings

 

Cases

box 420, folder 2

Haymarket

box 420, folder 3

Leopold and Loeb

box 420, folder 4

Steunenberg Bombing

box 420, folder 5

Sweet

box 420, folder 6

Woodworkers

box 420, folder 7

Catalog of material on Darrow

 

Darrow, Clarence

box 420, folder 8

Attitude towards Labor

box 420, folder 9

Bibliography

box 420, folder 10

Career chronology

box 420, folder 11

Character

box 420, folder 12

"Guilty: the General Strike"

box 420, folder 13

"Plea of Clarence Darrow in his own Defense..."

box 420, folder 14

Portraits

box 420, folder 15

"Protest Meeting"

box 420, folder 16

Popham, George

box 420, folder 17

Miscellaneous notes

box 416

Miscellaneous notes [file cards]

box 420, folder 18

Research correspondence

 

Draft Files, 1940-1984, undated

box 420, folder 19-21

Notes, title ideas, and chapter lists

box 420, folder 22-24

Prologue - first, second and third drafts

box 420, folder 25-26

Chapter 1 - first and second drafts

box 420, folder 27-30

Chapter 2 - notes, and first, second and third drafts

box 420, folder 31-33

Chapter 3 - notes, and first and second drafts

box 420, folder 34-36

Chapter 4 - first, second and third drafts

box 420, folder 37-39

Chapter 5 - notes, and first and second drafts

box 421, folder 1-3

Chapter 6 - notes, and first, second and third drafts

box 421, folder 4-6

Chapter 7 - notes, and first, second and third drafts

box 421, folder 7-9

Chapter 8 - first, second and third drafts

box 421, folder 10-13

Chapter 9 - first, second and third drafts

box 422, folder 1-4

Chapter 10 - notes, and first, second and third drafts

box 422, folder 5-9

Chapter 11 - notes, first, second and third drafts, and miscellaneous pages

 

Chapter 12

box 422, folder 10-11

Notes, and second draft

box 423, folder 1-3

Third and fourth drafts, and miscellaneous pages

box 423, folder 4-6

Chapter 13 - notes, and first, second and third drafts[?]

 

Jean's edits

box 423, folder 7-13

Prologue and chapters 1-5

box 424, folder 1-7

Chapters 6-13

box 424, folder 8

Miscellaneous fragments

box 424, folder 9

Index

box 424, folder 10

Bibliography

box 425, folder 1

Notes, chapters 9 and 12

box 425, folder 2

Proofreader's notes

box 425, folder 3

Maurice Berkson comments

box 425, folder 4-5

Printer's copy - frontispiece, and unused[?] pages

box 425, folder 6

Dust jackets

box 425, folder 7

Doubleday reprint (1984) - introduction by Louis Nizer and blurb

 

Publicity and Review Files, 1939-1989, undated

box 425, folder 8

Project announcements 1939

box 425, folder 9

Publication announcements 1941

box 425, folder 10

Foreign [Britain] 1950

box 425, folder 11-13

Advertisements 1941-44, 1989, undated

oversize Oversize Box 21, folder 5-7

Advertisements 1944-45

box 425, folder 14

Foreign [Britain]

box 425, folder 15-18

Reviews 1941-42, undated

oversize Oversize Box 21, folder 8

Reviews 1941-42

box 425, folder 19

Foreign [Britain, Ireland] 1950, 1956

oversize Oversize Box 21, folder 9

Foreign [Britain, Canada] 1950

box 425, folder 20

Study/Book club announcements 1941

 

Adaptation Files, 1941-1988, undated

box 425, folder 21

Film adaptation - publicity 1941-45

 

Play adaptation

box 425, folder 22-23

Script by David Rintels undated

box 425, folder 24

Publicity 1957, 1973-88, undated

oversize Oversize Box 21, folder 10

Publicity 1974

 

Radio adaptation

box 426, folder 1

Script undated

box 426, folder 2

Transcript of commercially recorded version undated

box 426, folder 3

Television adaptation - outline for Desilou Westinghouse 1959

 

Abridgements

box 426, folder 4

Deletions from abridged version undated

box 426, folder 5

Omnibook Magazine - including publicity 1941, undated

Boxes 416, 427-436; Oversize Box 20, folder 7; Oversize Box 21, folders 11-12; Oversize Folder 33

They Also Ran, 1940-1969, undated

Scope and Content Note

They Also Ran is about nineteen presidential candidates who lost the election, or as Stone called them, "the Also Rans." Stone did not write about every Also Ran, and explains the selection process in the prologue to the book. Two years after its original 1943 release, Stone published a new edition of the book containing a chapter on Thomas E. Dewey, who ran against Roosevelt in 1944, and a revised chapter on Wendell Wilkie, Roosevelt's 1940 and 1944 contestant. The new chapter was also published as a pamphlet titled Dewey Also Ran. In 1966, a third edition of They Also Ran was released, and Stone added a "transition" chapter about the three Also Rans since the second edition.
Each Also Ran's file is listed in the Research and Reference Files under "Characters." Of particular interest in the correspondence regarding photographs of the presidential candidates is a 1920 photo of James M. Cox with his vice-presidential nominee, Franklin D. Roosevelt. Draft Files usually includes three drafts of the Also Rans' chapters, though the Thomas E. Dewey chapter includes many more. The Also Rans discussed in each chapter have been noted in the listing. Publicity and Review Files contains no foreign clippings, and there were no foreign abridgements or serializations.
 

Research and Reference Files, 1940-1943, undated

box 427, folder 1

American politics

oversize Oversize Box 20, folder 7

Candidate comparison chart

box 427, folder 2

Candidacy

 

Characters

box 427, folder 3

Cast

box 427, folder 4

Blaine, James G.

box 427, folder 5

Bryan, William Jennings

box 427, folder 6

Cass, Lewis

box 427, folder 7

Clay, Henry

box 427, folder 8

Cox, James M.

box 427, folder 9

Davis, John W.

box 427, folder 10-11

Dewey, Thomas E.

box 427, folder 12

Douglas, Stephen A.

box 427, folder 13

Fremont, John C.

box 427, folder 14

Greeley, Horace

box 428, folder 1

Hancock, Winfield S.

box 428, folder 2

Hughes, Charles Evans

box 428, folder 3

Landon, Alfred M.

box 428, folder 4

McClellan, George B.

box 428, folder 5

Parker, Alton B.

box 428, folder 6

Scott, Winfield

box 428, folder 7

Seymour, Horatio

box 428, folder 8

Smith, Alfred E.

box 428, folder 9

Tilden, Samuel J.

box 428, folder 10

Wilkie, Wendell L.

 

Federalists

box 428, folder 11

Pinckney, C. C.

box 428, folder 12

Clinton, DeWitt

box 428, folder 13

King, Rufus

box 428, folder 14

Presidency

box 428, folder 15

Miscellaneous notes

box 416

Miscellaneous notes, and selected bibliographic notes [file cards]

box 428, folder 16

Research correspondence - request for photographs

 

Draft Files, 1942-1968, undated

box 429, folder 1

Modus operandi

box 429, folder 2-3

Chapter title notes and prologue

box 429, folder 4-11

Book 1 - drafts and draft fragments - Horace Greeley, James M. Cox

box 429, folder 12-20

Book 2 - outline, drafts, and draft fragments - Henry Clay, William Jennings Bryan

box 429, folder 21-27

Book 3 - drafts - Alton B. Parker, Charles Evans Hughes

box 430, folder 1-15

Book 4 - outline, drafts, and draft fragments - Winfield Scott, John Charles Fremont, George B. McClellan, Winfield Scott Hancock

box 430, folder 16

Interlude

box 430, folder 17-19

Book 5 - drafts - Samuel J. Tilden

box 430, folder 20-26

Book 6 - drafts and draft fragments - James G. Blaine, Stephen A. Douglas

box 431, folder 1-13

Book 7 - drafts and draft fragments - Lewis Cass, Horatio Seymour, Alfred E. Smith, Alfred M. Landon

box 431, folder 14-20

Book 8 - drafts - John W. Davis, Wendell L. Wilkie

box 432, folder 1

Fragments

box 432, folder 2

Epilogue

box 432, folder 3-4

Source notes, bibliography

box 432, folder 5

Jean's edits - Calvin Coolidge

box 432, folder 6-9

Final typescript

box 432, folder 10-11

Printer's copy

box 433, folder 1-3

Printer's copy

box 433, folder 4

Galley proof - source notes

box 433, folder 5

Page proof

box 433, folder 6

Dust jacket and end paper

 

Book 9

box 433, folder 7-12

Drafts and draft fragments - Thomas E. Dewey

box 433, folder 13

Pamphlet printing of Book 9

box 433, folder 14

Printing changes for new edition (1945)

box 433, folder 15

Transition chapter for Pyramid paperback edition (1964)

 

Book 10

box 433, folder 16

Transition chapter for Doubleday edition (1966)

box 434, folder 1

Setting copy

box 434, folder 2

Reader's galleys

box 435

Galley

box 434, folder 3

Dust jackets (1968)

 

Publicity and Review Files, 1943-1969, undated

box 434, folder 4

Publication announcements 1943-45, undated

box 434, folder 5

Publisher's promotions undated

box 434, folder 6-7

Advertisements 1943-44, 1969, undated

oversize Oversize Box 21, folder 11

Advertisements 1943

Oversize folder 33 B

Advertisements 1944

box 434, folder 8-11

Reviews 1943-44, 1964-67

oversize Oversize Box 21, folder 12

Reviews 1943

box 434, folder 12

Study/Book club announcements 1943-44

 

Adaptation Files, 1943-1944, undated

box 436, folder 1-2

Radio adaptation - script undated

box 436, folder 3

Television adaptation - script undated

box 436, folder 4-6

Abridgements - Omnibook Magazine publicity and Coronet 1943-44

Boxes 437-439; Oversize Box 24, folder 1; Oversize Folder 34

Earl Warren, 1943-1949, undated

Scope and Content Note

Stone originally wrote an article about Earl Warren for Life, titled "The Case for Warren." He also wrote a speech for the "Town Meeting" radio series, extolling Warren's virtues as a Republican presidential candidate for the 1948 presidential elections. Warren lost the primaries to Thomas E. Dewey and instead became the vice-presidential candidate. Stone was commissioned to write a campaign biography immediately after the primaries, and a month and a half later, Earl Warren: A Great American Story was in bookstores. Earl Warren discusses Warren's private and political life, as well as Dewey and Warren's vision of how the vice president's role in government should be changed.
Research and Reference Files contains papers and notes that Stone collected about Warren, primarily transcriptions of public addresses and radio interviews. Also included are some memorabilia, clippings, and correspondence, as well as some papers on Warren's colleagues' reactions to and memories of his political career. Draft Files contains early drafts organized by subject, fragments of chapter drafts, and only one uncollated typescript draft of the manuscript. Publicity and Review Files contains only American publication announcements, advertisements, and reviews. The work was not adapted in any way.
 

Research and Reference Files, 1943-1948, undated

box 437, folder 1

Attorney General

box 437, folder 2

California

box 437, folder 3

Coakley, Frank

box 437, folder 4

District Attorney

box 437, folder 5

Earl Warren: Biography and Record, by Edna Donthat

box 437, folder 6

Goodwin, Fritz

box 437, folder 7

Governor

box 437, folder 8

Gubernatorial campaign ephemera

box 437, folder 9

Gubernatorial clippings

oversize Oversize Box 24, folder 1

Gubernatorial clippings

box 437, folder 10

Gubernatorial memorabilia

box 437, folder 11

Legislative summaries

box 437, folder 12

Memorandum: Earl Warren and California's Wartime Problem

box 437, folder 13

Press releases

box 437, folder 14-15

Public addresses

box 437, folder 16-17

Radio interviews

box 438, folder 1

Statements of policy

box 438, folder 2

Written/Published statements

box 438, folder 3

Jahnsen, Oscar

 

Presidential race

box 438, folder 4

Primary campaign

Oversize folder 34 B

Primary campaign

box 438, folder 5

Election campaign

box 438, folder 6

Sweigert, W. T.

box 438, folder 7-8

Warren, Earl - including a list of speeches

box 438, folder 9-12

Miscellaneous notes and notebooks

box 438, folder 13-14

Research correspondence

 

Draft Files, 1948, undated

box 438, folder 15

Frontispiece

 

Early drafts

box 438, folder 16

Attorney General

box 438, folder 17

Childhood

box 438, folder 18

District Attorney

box 438, folder 19

Family

box 438, folder 20

Governor

box 438, folder 21

Miscellaneous

box 438, folder 22-28

Chapters 2-10, fragments, and miscellaneous fragments

box 439, folder 1-5

First typescript draft, uncollated

 

Publicity and Review Files, 1948-1949, undated

box 439, folder 6

Publication announcements 1948

box 439, folder 7

Advertisements 1948, undated

box 439, folder 8-10

Reviews 1948-49

Boxes 416, 440-458; Oversize Box 24, folders 2-7; Oversize Box 25, folder 1-9

Men to Match My Mountains, 1948-1982, undated

Scope and Content Note

Men to Match My Mountains is part of Doubleday and Company, inc.'s Mainstream of America history series, edited by Lewis Gannett. The intention of the series was not to present facts the readers should know, but history they would want to read. Stone agreed to write the volume on the Far West in 1952, but became involved in studying Mary Todd and Abraham Lincoln, and set aside his study of the Far West for two years to write Love is Eternal. The Mainstream of America series was originally to be 12 volumes long, but 20 volumes were eventually published. Each time a new volume was released, Doubleday republicized the previous volumes.
Research and Reference Files contains many of Stone's general notes on each subject and area within the Far West, including correspondence with people who assisted in Stone's research. The files also contain a collection of original tithe receipts from 1853-1860, and an unfinished time map chronicling the day by day events in Colorado, Utah, Nevada, and California. More than in any of his other books, Stone mixed his research and reference material with his Draft Files notes, which include extensive chronologies for each chapter. Also in Draft Files are several modus operandi, some relating to only one chapter, as well as several drafts for every chapter; Jean Stone's edits follow Stone's drafts. Publicity and Review Files includes publicity for the Mainstream of American series along with publicity and reviews for Men to Match My Mountains. Adaptation Files includes a synopsis of the work for a possible movie adaptation, a serialization in the Los Angeles Mirror News, and part of a braille translation of the title page.
 

Research and Reference Files, 1948-1956, undated

box 440, folder 1

Bear Flag Republic

box 440, folder 2

Broderick, David C.

 

California

box 440, folder 3

Commerce

box 440, folder 4

Descriptions

box 440, folder 5

Emigration, groups

box 440, folder 6

Gold

box 440, folder 7

Indians

box 440, folder 8

Missions

box 440, folder 9

People

box 440, folder 10

Politics

oversize Oversize Box 24, folder 2

Chronological "time map"

 

Colorado

box 440, folder 11-15

Chronology

box 441, folder 1

Chronology

box 441, folder 2

Pamphlets

box 441, folder 3

People

box 441, folder 4

Death Valley

box 441, folder 5

Donner Party

box 441, folder 6

Education, schools

box 441, folder 7

El Monte

box 441, folder 8

England and English, Hudson's Bay Co.

box 441, folder 9

Fort Ross, California

box 441, folder 10

Los Angeles

box 441, folder 11

Mexico and Spain in California

box 441, folder 12

Mormons

box 441, folder 13

Battalion

box 441, folder 14

California

box 441, folder 15

Nevada

box 441, folder 16-17

Chronology, descriptions

oversize Oversize Box 24, folder 3

Article

box 441, folder 18

Newspapers

box 441, folder 19

Overland trails and rivers map

box 441, folder 20-23

People

box 442, folder 1-8

People

box 442, folder 9-10

Place names, routes, trails, and Far West

box 442, folder 11

Salt Lake City

box 442, folder 12

San Francisco, Yerba Buena

box 442, folder 13

Sutter, John

oversize Oversize Box 24, folder 4

Tithe receipts (original), 1853-1860

box 442, folder 14

Utah

box 442, folder 15

Chronology

box 442, folder 16

Vigilantes

box 443, folder 1-2

Bibliographic notes

box 416

Bibliographic notes [file cards]

box 443, folder 3-8

Research correspondence 1952-55

 

Draft Files, 1951-1956, 1982, undated

box 443, folder 9-11

Modus operandi

box 443, folder 12

Acknowledgments

box 443, folder 13

Preface

box 443, folder 14

Prologue and Section titles

 

Book 1

box 443, folder 15-16

Notes and fragments

box 444, folder 1-6

Chronology, manuscript draft, first, second and third[?] typescript drafts, and rewrites

 

Book 2

box 444, folder 7-12

Chronology, and manuscript drafts

box 445, folder 1-4

Typescript drafts

 

Book 3

box 445, folder 5-8

Notes and fragments, and chronology

box 446, folder 1-6

Chronology, and manuscript draft

box 447, folder 1-7

First, second and third typescript drafts

box 447, folder 8

Books 1-3 - "Correction for white script"

 

Book 4

box 447, folder 9

Notes and chronology

box 448, folder 1-8

Notes and chronology, and manuscript draft and notes

box 449, folder 1-5

First, second and third[?] typescript drafts

 

Book 5

box 449, folder 6-8

Modus operandi and notes

box 450, folder 1-8

Notes, soundscriber dictation records, manuscript draft, and first typescript draft

box 451, folder 1-5

First, second and third typescript drafts

 

Book 6

box 451, folder 6-10

Modus operandi and notes

box 452, folder 1-6

Notes, soundscriber dictation records, manuscript draft, and first, second, and third drafts

box 452, folder 7-8

Source notes on quotations

 

Jean's edits

box 453, folder 1-9

Books 1-4

box 454, folder 1-6

Books 4-6

box 454, folder 7

Complete typescript

box 455, folder 1-5

Complete typescript

 

Printer's copy

box 455, folder 6-9

Frontispiece and Books 1-4

box 456, folder 1-4

Books 5-6, index and bibliography, and source notes

box 456, folder 5-6

Proof readers' notes

oversize Oversize Box 25, folder 1-2

Galley proofs - index and source notes

box 457

Galleys

box 458

Galleys

oversize Oversize Box 25, folder 3

Maps

box 456, folder 7

Dust jackets (1956, 1982)

oversize Oversize Box 25, folder 4

Dust jacket painting

oversize Oversize Box 24, folder 5

End paper rough sketches

box 456, folder 8

Signature tipsheet for Franklin Library Far West edition

 

Publicity and Review Files, 1952-1982, undated

box 456, folder 9

Publication announcements 1956

box 456, folder 10

Foreign [Britain] 1967

box 456, folder 11-13

Advertisements 1956-66, 1982

oversize Oversize Box 25, folder 5-6

Advertisements 1956-66, undated

box 456, folder 14

Foreign [Britain] 1967, undated

box 456, folder 15

Mainstream of America advertisements 1952-67, undated

oversize Oversize Box 25, folder 7

Mainstream of America advertisements 1957-62, undated

box 456, folder 16-17

Reviews 1956-61, undated

oversize Oversize Box 24, folder 6

Reviews 1956-58

box 456, folder 18

Foreign [Britain and Mexico] 1956-67, undated

 

Adaptation Files, 1956-1971, undated

box 456, folder 19

Film adaptation - synopsis of novel 1971, undated

oversize Oversize Box 25, folder 8

Serialization - Los Angeles Mirror-News (Calif.) 1956

box 456, folder 20

Publicity 1956

oversize Oversize Box 25, folder 9

Publicity 1956

oversize Oversize Box 24, folder 7

Braille translation, fragment by Barbara Terwiliger 1968

box 456, folder 21

Television series - prospectus by David Humphries Miller and Jan Miller 1970

Boxes 416, 459-462; Box 463, folders 1-3

Subseries 2.3: Novels, 19[30]-1962, undated

Scope and Content Note

Arrangement

Arranged chronologically by date of publication.
Stone published two novels, The Pageant of Youth (1933) and False Witness (1940), and also wrote three unpublished novels, as well as notes for a fourth, before the publication of Lust for Life.
 

Pageant of Youth, 19[33], undated

Scope and Content Note

The Pageant of Youth was Stone's first published work. The book was controversial because of its frank depiction of co-ed life at the University of California. Stone kept only some dust jackets, a few clippings in his second[?] scrapbook (in Series 5: Bio-bibliographic Files), and some fan mail (in Series 1: Correspondence: Fan Mail).
box 459, folder 1

Dust jackets

 

False Witness, 19[39]-1962, undated

Scope and Content Note

False Witness was Irving Stone's second novel, written after the publication of several successful biographical novels. The novel takes place in a fictionalized San Fernando Valley, and details the effect of breaking the ninth commandment, thou shall not bear false witness, on a small town and its founder. Film rights for False Witness were bought by Republic Pictures, which released the film adaptation as Arkansas Judge. Notes contains Stone's notes on False Witness' characters, scenes, and a case history of events in Des Plaines, Ill., similar to those of False Witness'. Also included are notes on the trial scene made by an unknown friend of Stone's and file cards. Draft Files contains fragments of chapter drafts, as well as many complete drafts for each chapter. Adaptions consist of a treatment of the manuscript, publicity, and a review of Arkansas Judge.
 

Notes, [1939-1940]

box 459, folder 2

Case history: "The Two Marys"

box 459, folder 3

Characters

box 459, folder 4

Scenes

box 459, folder 5

Miscellaneous notes

box 416

Miscellaneous notes [file cards]

 

Draft Files, [1939-1940]

box 459, folder 6-28

Chapters 1-13 - including fragments

box 460, folder 1-12

Chapters 14-22 - including fragments

box 460, folder 13

Friend's reaction to manuscript

box 460, folder 14

Maurice Berkson's comments

 

Publicity and Review Files, 1940-1962, undated

box 460, folder 15-16

Promotion ideas and publication announcements 1940, undated

box 460, folder 17

Advertisements 1940, undated

box 460, folder 18

Foreign [Denmark] 1962

box 460, folder 19-20

Reviews 1940

box 460, folder 21

Study/Book club announcements 1940

 

Adaptation Files, 1940-1946

 

Film adaptation

box 460, folder 22

Treatment by Ian Hunter and Ring Lardner, Jr. 1940-41

box 460, folder 23

Publicity 1940-46

 

Unpublished Novels, 19[30], undated

Scope and Content Note

Unpublished Novels (arranged alphabetically) consists of modus operandi, notes, and drafts for Island Magnificent, Nothing Matters but Victory, Portraits of Love, and Researchers in Sin. Stone never attempted to write Island Magnificent, writing only a modus operandi and notes, but there are several drafts for Nothing Matters but Victory, and the final typescripts for Portraits of Love, and Researches in Sin.
box 461, folder 1

Island Magnificent - modus operandi and notes undated

 

Nothing Matters But Victory 19[30]

box 461, folder 2-9

Rough drafts and final typescript

box 462, folder 1-7

Rough drafts and final typescript

box 462, folder 8-10

Portraits of Love undated

 

Researches in Sin undated

box 462, folder 11

Final typescript

box 463, folder 1-3

Final typescript

Box 463, folders 4-9, Oversize Box 25, folder 10

Subseries 2.4: Multiple Work Miscellany, 19[37]-1990, undated

Scope and Content Note

Arrangement

Arranged chronologically by date of publication of the earliest work in each grouping.
Multiple Work Miscellany consists entirely of publicity for works that had been grouped together in a series and promoted at the same time. For example, Lust for Life and Immortal Wife were sold together as "Two Face of Love," and Immortal Wife, The President's Lady, and Love is Eternal were sold as "A Trilogy of an American Marriage." Here is also found a list Stone compiled of critic's comments on his books spanning Lust for Life through Immortal Wife.
box 463, folder 4

Lust for Life/ Dear Theo - publicity [1937]

box 463, folder 5

Lust for Life/ They Also Ran/ Immortal Wife - publicity 1945

box 463, folder 6

Lust for Life/ Immortal Wife (published as Two Faces of Love) - publicity 1962

box 463, folder 7

Immortal Wife/ The President's Lady/ Love is Eternal (published as A Trilogy of American Marriage) - publicity 1954, 1990

 

The President's Lady/ Love is Eternal/ Those Who Love

box 463, folder 8

Publicity 1968-70

oversize Oversize Box 25, folder 10

Publicity 1968-70

box 463, folder 9

Critics' comments on Lust for Life through Immortal Wife - list compiled by Stone undated

Boxes 464-480, and Oversize Box 25, folder 11

Series 3: Other Works, 1936-1982, undated

Scope and Content Note

Arrangement

Arranged hierarchically, and then chronologically by date of publication.
Divided into five sub-series: Belles Lettres, With Jean Stone, Collected, Editor, and Miscellaneous Works. Titles of the first four sub-series were those used by Stone as categories on the "other books by author" page in his works.
Box 464-466; Oversize Box 25, folder 11

Subseries 3.1: Belles Lettres, 1946-1964, undated

Scope and Content Note

Belles Lettres includes We Speak for Ourselves, and The Story of Michelangelo's Pieta. Stone subtitled We Speak for Ourselves an autobiography of America, as it was a collection of autobiographical writings by famous Americans. Files contain correspondence with Stone's collaborator, Richard Kennedy; modus operandi; frontispiece, introduction, and blurb drafts; a printer's copy and galley; project and publicity announcements; advertisements and reviews; and an abridgement by Omnibook Magazine. The Story of Michelangelo's Pieta was released to coincide with the appearance of the Pieta at the Vatican Pavilion at the New York's World Fair 1964. Written after the release of The Agony and the Ecstasy, The Story of Michelangelo's Pieta focuses on Michelangelo's creation of his first Pieta. Files contain only a setting copy, final galley and foundry proofs, and advertisements and reviews.
 

We Speak For Ourselves, 1946-1951, undated

box 464, folder 1

Kennedy, Richard - correspondence 1946-50

box 464, folder 2

Modus operendi undated

box 464, folder 3

Frontispiece - typescript drafts 1950

box 464, folder 4

Introduction - manuscript, first, second and final typescript drafts 1950

box 464, folder 5-12

Printer's copy 1950

box 465

Galley 1950

box 466, folder 1

Blurb 1950

box 466, folder 2

Project announcements 1950

box 466, folder 3

Publication announcements 1950

box 466, folder 4-5

Advertisements 1950

box 466, folder 6

Reviews 1950-51

box 466, folder 7

Omnibook Magazine abridgement 1951

 

The Story of Michelangelo's Pieta, 1962-1964, undated

box 466, folder 8

Setting copy 1964

box 466, folder 9-10

Final galley and foundry proofs 1964

box 466, folder 11

Advertisements 1962-64

oversize Oversize Box 25, folder 11

Advertisements 1962-64

box 466, folder 12

Reviews 1964, undated

Box 466-471; Oversize Box 25, folder 11

Subseries 3.2: With Jean Stone, 1936-1965, undated

Scope and Content Note

With Jean Stone contains two "autobiographies," Dear Theo and I, Michelangelo, Sculptor, both created by the Stones' editing of the letters of Vincent van Gogh and Michelangelo. Dear Theo focuses on letters Vincent van Gogh sent to his brother Theo. Files consist only of an edited typescript, frontispiece and blurb drafts, advertisements, and reviews. I, Michelangelo, Sculptor used letters Michelangelo wrote to numerous people. Files contain drafts, publicity, and reviews. Drafts consist of the first and final edits, addenda drafts, the printer's copy and mock-up, galleys, drafts for the Italian edition, and dust jacket material. There are also advertisements, reviews, and an adaptation for a recording.
 

Dear Theo, 1936-1964

box 466, folder 13-18

Edited typescript 1937

box 467, folder 1

Edited typescript 1937

box 467, folder 2

Frontispiece 1937

box 467, folder 3

Dust jackets 1937

box 467, folder 4

Blurb 1937

box 467, folder 5

Publication announcements 1936-37

box 467, folder 6-7

Advertisements 1937-46

box 467, folder 8

Reviews 1937-64

box 467, folder 9

Foreign review and publicity [Britain, Sweden] 1937

 

I, Michelangelo, Sculptor, 1962-1965, undated

box 467, folder 10-12

First edit undated

box 467, folder 13-16

Final edit undated

box 468, folder 1

Editing notes 1962, undated

box 468, folder 2-8

Addenda - prefatory material, introductions, dedication, cast of characters, sonnets, footnotes, and epilogue 1962-63, undated

box 468, folder 9-12

Printer's copy and mockup undated

Boxes 469-471

Galleys 1963

box 468, folder 13

Italian edition - introduction and cast of characters 1963

box 468, folder 14

Dust jacket material 1962, undated

box 468, folder 15

Publication announcements 1962

box 468, folder 16

Advertisements 1962

oversize Oversize Box 25, folder 11

Advertisements 1962

box 468, folder 17

Reviews 1962-64

box 468, folder 18

Foreign [Britain, Poland] 1963

box 468, folder 19

Adaptations - recording draft [1965]

Box 471-480

Subseries 3.3: Collected, 1963-1982, undated

Scope and Content Note

Collected consists of The Irving Stone Reader, Irving Stone's Jack London, and A Young Man's Stories. The Irving Stone Reader is a compilation of excerpts from Stone's major works interspersed with relevant articles by Stone. Files contain several drafts by Stone; printer's copy, proofs and galleys; and publication announcements, advertisements, and reviews. Irving Stone's Jack London was a reprinting of Sailor On Horseback with several Jack London short stories chosen by Stone. Files contain a research article, copies of London's stories, and notes; frontispiece, introduction, and acknowledgment drafts; galley proofs and galleys; and publicity and reviews. The galley proof and galleys are the only complete drafts. A Young Man's Stories is a collection of stories written by Stone early in his career. He collected them in 1982, but they were never published together. Files consist entirely of frontispiece and story drafts.
 

The Irving Stone Reader, [1963-1965]

box 468, folder 20

"Desert Padre" [copied from Saturday Evening Post]

box 472, folder 1

Early drafts

box 472, folder 2-6

First and second drafts, late drafts, and third and final draft

box 472, folder 7-9

Typescript carbon

box 472, folder 10-17

Printer's copy

box 473, folder 1-16

Printer's copy

box 473, folder 17-18

Proofs - frontispiece and Lust for Life

box 474

Galleys

box 475

Galleys

box 473, folder 19

Dust jacket

box 473, folder 20

Publication announcements

box 473, folder 21

Advertisements

box 473, folder 22

Reviews

 

Irving Stone's Jack London, 1976-1979, undated

box 473, folder 23

Research article undated

box 473, folder 24-25

Jack London stories [1977]

box 476, folder 1

Notes 1976-77

box 476, folder 2

Frontispiece 1976

box 476, folder 3

Introduction 1976

box 476, folder 4

Acknowledgments [1977]

box 476, folder 5-12

Galley proofs 1977

box 477, folder 1-2

Galley proofs 1977

Boxes 478-480

Galleys 1977

box 477, folder 3-4

Dust jacket copy and dust jacket 1977, undated

box 477, folder 5

Publication announcement 1977

box 477, folder 6

Advertisements 1977, undated

box 477, folder 7

Reviews 1977-79

box 477, folder 8-9

Corrections - Sailor on Horseback and Jack London [1976-77]

 

A Young Man's Stories (unpublished), 1982, undated

box 477, folder 10

Frontispiece drafts 1982

box 477, folder 11-12

Story drafts undated

Box 477

Subseries 3.4: Editor, 1958-1962, undated

Scope and Content Note

Editor contains There Was Light and Lincoln: A Contemporary Portrait. There Was Light is a collection of writings on the University of California, Berkeley. Stone's papers contain only introduction rough drafts; the remainder of his files for this work are found in the University Archives at The Bancroft Library. Stone edited Lincoln: A Contemporary Portrait with Allen Nevins, and retained only the modus operandi, some notes, correspondence between contributors, frontispiece drafts, and reviews.
 

There Was Light, undated

box 477, folder 13

Introduction rough draft undated

 

Lincoln: A Contemporary Portrait, 1958-1962, undated

box 477, folder 14

Correspondence between contributors 1958-62

box 477, folder 15

Notes 1960, undated

box 477, folder 16

Modus operandi 1961

box 477, folder 17

Frontispiece drafts 1961

box 477, folder 18

Reviews 1962, undated

Box 477

Subseries 3.5: Miscellaneous Works, 1945-1962, undated

Scope and Content Note

Miscellaneous Works contains two works by Stone that he included in the above categories: The Drawings of Michelangelo and Evolution of an Idea. The Drawings of Michelangelo was a collection of drawings by Michelangelo with an introduction by Stone. However, several of the drawings were attributed incorrectly to Michelangelo, and the work was never published in Europe. Files consist of introduction drafts, a published copy of the work, and ephemera. Evolution of an Idea details the creation of the Research Institute of America. The work was originally published in 1945, and an abridged version was published with a new afterword in 1965. Stone kept only a copy of the abridged version.
box 477, folder 19

Evolution of an Idea - abridgement 1945

 

The Drawings of Michelangelo

box 477, folder 20

Introduction rough and final drafts 1961, undated

box 477, folder 21

Published copy 1961

box 477, folder 22

Ephemera 1962

Boxes 481-500; Oversize Box 25, folders 12-13; Oversize Boxes 26-27

Series 4: Other Writings, 1926-1988, undated

Scope and Content Note

Arrangement

Arranged alphabetically, except for Art Reviews, which are arranged chronologically.
Divided into seven sub-series: Short Stories, Dramatic Works, Articles, Speeches, Reviews, Contributions, and Testimonials.
Box 481-482

Subseries 4.1: Short Stories, 1927-1934, undated

Scope and Content Note

Short Stories include romances and detective stories Stone sold to magazines to support himself in New York, stories based on his own family, and stories reflecting his attitude toward women at the time. The stories were written before the publication of Lust for Life; dates for unpublished stories were drawn from a photocopy of a literary diary that can be found in Stone's Bio-bibliographic Files (Series 5: Professional Papers: Bio-bibliographic Files). All other undated stories were most likely written between 1926 and 1930.
box 481, folder 1

"The Banister" 1928 Jan.

box 481, folder 2

"The Barber's Soup" 1928 May

box 481, folder 3

"Betrayal" 1929 Sept.

box 481, folder 4

"Blank Cartridge" ( Greater Gangster Stories) 1933 April

box 481, folder 5

"Boughten Clothes" undated

box 481, folder 6

"California Woman" - outline undated

box 481, folder 7

"Christmas Is Where You Find It" undated

box 481, folder 8

"The Co-Pilot" [first page missing] ( Cupid's Diary) 1930 July

box 481, folder 9

"The Cure" 1929 Sept.

box 481, folder 10

"Dead Drunk" ( Detective-Dragnet Magazine) 1930 June

box 481, folder 11

"Disintegration" 1929 April

box 481, folder 12

"Fidelitas in Matrimonio" undated

box 481, folder 13

"The Final Chapter" 1929 April

box 481, folder 14

"First Love" undated

box 481, folder 15

"The Flaming Crucible" undated

box 481, folder 16

"Grandma Tenney" undated

box 481, folder 17-18

"The Hero" undated

box 481, folder 19-21

"Home is Where Your Dreams Live" undated

box 481, folder 22

"Honeymoon" undated

box 481, folder 23

"The Imperfect Crime" ( Detective-Dragnet Magazine) 1930 Feb.

box 481, folder 24

"Jane With an Idea" 1927 Feb.

box 481, folder 25

"Let's Run Away undated

box 481, folder 26

"Merrill Dolls Up" ( Detective-Dragnet Magazine) 1930 May

box 481, folder 27

"The Monument" 1928 May

box 481, folder 28-29

"Mother With Son" undated

box 481, folder 30

"Murder With a Boomerang" undated

box 481, folder 31

"Murder Yet to Come" ( Detective-Dragnet Magazine) 1930 Aug.

box 481, folder 32

"New Boy on the Block" undated

box 481, folder 33

"Nurse's Night Out" 1929 March

box 481, folder 34

"Proof of the Pudding" undated

box 481, folder 35

"Prostitute" 1929 Feb.

box 481, folder 36

"Queer Adventure" ( Paris Nights) 1930 July

box 481, folder 37-38

"Raw Material" undated

box 481, folder 39

"Rods of Retribution" ( The Underworld Magazine) 1930 Sept.

box 482, folder 1

"Sue Gives a Gift" 1928 Feb.

box 482, folder 2

"The Suicide Letter" ( The Dragnet Magazine) 1929 Dec.

box 482, folder 3

"Talkie Murder Mystery" ( Talking Screen) 1930 Sept.

box 482, folder 4

"Tryst" 1928 June

box 482, folder 5

"Weddings Are Beautiful" - outline undated

box 482, folder 6

"A Wife on Strike" ( Marriage Magazine) 1929 July

box 482, folder 7

"Woman in the Taxi" 1929 Sept.

box 482, folder 8-9

"Woodcut of a Prisoner" ( Forum and Century) 1934 Nov.

box 482, folder 10

"You Gotta Take It On the Chin" undated

box 482, folder 11

Untitled [on women] undated

box 482, folder 12

Untitled outlines undated

Box 482-486; Oversize Box 26, folders 1-2

Subseries 4.2: Dramatic Works, 1926-1978, undated

Scope and Content Note

Dramatic Works is further divided into three sub-subseries: Theater, Film, and Radio. Works for the theater primarily were written before the publication of Lust for Life. Exact dates for unproduced plays were drawn from a photocopy of a literary diary that can be found in Stone's Bio-bibliographic files (Series 5: Professional Papers: Bio-bibliographic Files). All other undated stories were most likely written between 1923 and 1930. Very few of Stone's plays were performed except for The Dark Mirror (performed by the Lenox Hill Players in 1928), and Truly Valiant (performed at the 19th St. Theatre in 1936). Truly Valiant closed after only one night because of critical approbation. Dramatic Works also includes White Life, a biography of Benedict de Spinoza, called Baruch by Stone. Although Stone continued to research Spinoza into the 1970s through correspondence with rabbis, he never added to his original manuscript. Finally, many of the plays in the compilation, Subtle Edge of Humor: Twelve One Acts, are also represented by individual files. Stone primarily wrote film scripts in the 1940s and 1950s. Although he was hired by Universal Studios to write scripts, he also wrote for several other studios including MGM and Columbia. Magnificent Doll, starring Ginger Rogers as Dolly Madison in the Universal Studios production, was the only script to be filmed that was not based on one of Stone's biographies. Stone also wrote treatments based on his own plays, short stories, and articles, as well as a Jack London story. (Any treatments and scripts from Stone's major works are found with the files for each work.) Stone also wrote a proposal for a series of American "Unforgettable Characters." Files consist of typescript and manuscript drafts, and some publicity. He wrote only two radio plays and a proposal for a third; it is doubtful that these plays were ever produced. The files consist of drafts for Band Wagon, and The Star of Texas, and a proposal for Who Would You Like to Be?
 

Theater, 1926-1978, undated

box 482, folder 13

Agatha's Jewels 1926 Sept.-Nov.

box 482, folder 14-15

American Peasant undated

box 482, folder 16

The Chaste Woman 1929 Jan.-Feb.

box 482, folder 17-18

The Dark Mirror 1927 Aug.-Oct.

oversize Oversize Box 26, folder 1

Poster

box 482, folder 19

Evil Spirits 1927 Oct.

box 482, folder 20

Flood Tide - based on American Peasant undated

box 482, folder 21

Her Husband's Mistress 1927 Oct.

box 483, folder 1

The Man Must be Mad! 1927 Oct.-Dec.

box 483, folder 2

Mr. Prometheus Freed 1927 March-May

box 483, folder 3

The Only Way! 1926 Dec.-1927 Jan.

box 483, folder 4

Paternity 1927 Oct.

box 483, folder 5

Subtle Edge of Humor: Twelve One Acts undated

box 483, folder 6

A Talkie Murder - also titled Murder in the Loop 1930 April

box 483, folder 7

That Miracle Love undated

box 483, folder 8

Three Women undated

box 483, folder 9

Tourists 1927 May

box 483, folder 10-11

Truly Valiant - publicity and ephemera 1936

box 483, folder 12-14

The White Life 19[26-29], 1978

box 483, folder 15

Within These Walls! [1926-27]

 

Film, 1939-1977, undated

box 484, folder 1-2

Born Beautiful 1945 Nov., undated

box 484, folder 3-18

Casanova 1952 Dec.-1953 May, undated

box 485, folder 1-10

Desert Padre 1947 June, 1977 April, undated

box 485, folder 11

Evil Hero 1949

box 485, folder 12-13

Flood Tide - adaptation of play undated

 

Magnificent Doll

box 485, folder 14-15

Script and publicity 1945 Feb.-1946 Dec., undated

box 486, folder 1-2

Script and publicity 1945 Feb.-1946 Dec., undated

oversize Oversize Box 26, folder 2

Publicity and reviews 1946 Nov.-Dec.

box 486, folder 3

A Man Alone 1939 Sept.-1940 Dec.

box 486, folder 4-8

Span of Glory - based on The Builder of the Bridge undated

box 486, folder 9

To Build a Fire 1966 Oct., undated

box 486, folder 10

Unforgettable Character series - proposal undated

 

Radio, 1943, undated

box 486, folder 11

The Bandwagon undated

box 486, folder 12

Star of Texas 1943 Sept.

box 486, folder 13

Who Would You Like to Be? - proposal undated

Box 486-495; Oversize Box 25, folder 12-13; Oversize Box 26, folders 3-25; Oversize Box 27, folders 1-23

Subseries 4.3: Articles, 1934-1988, undated

Scope and Content Note

Articles consists of Stone's writings for newspapers and magazines throughout his career. He frequently wrote articles concerning his subjects, his experiences as an author, the state of California and its cities, and his theories on the writing of biographical novels. Stone also wrote on the arts, libraries, books in general, public figures, his friends, and the role of the writer in a troubled world. If an article was published under several different titles, all files containing the article are filed under the first line of the articles. If reprints of an article were published with new titles, the reprints' files have been grouped after the original printing of the article. Letters to the Editor are filed under "L."
box 486, folder 14

"Adventures in USC Libraries: 1920-1988" [Unpublished?] 1988 Sept.-Oct.

 

"Beverly Hills" - Holiday

box 486, folder 15-18

Notes, drafts, and publicity 1951 Oct., undated

oversize Oversize Box 26, folder 3

Published copy 1952 Sept.-Oct.

box 487, folder 1

["The Biographical Form"] [Unpublished?] 1940

box 487, folder 2

"The Biographical Novel" - The Writer [1957?]

box 487, folder 3-4

Anniversary edition reprint 19[61]-62 Jan.

box 487, folder 5

["Biographical Novel and History"] [Unpublished?] undated

box 487, folder 6

"The Biographical Novel Becomes Respectable" - Chicago Sun 1945

box 487, folder 7

"The Biographical Novelist Speaks" - drafts 1944 Dec.

box 487, folder 8

"The Biographies I Would Like to Write" - for Leonard Lyon's "The Lyon's Den" 1948 Feb.

oversize Oversize Box 26, folder 4

"Biographies I Would Like to Write" 1948 Feb.

box 487, folder 9

"Biography" [Unpublished?] [1939?]

box 487, folder 10

"Biography Is Exciting" - Literary Guild Magazine 1941 Nov., undated

box 487, folder 11

"Biography Like All Writing is a Human Story" - The Writers Club Bulletin 1939 March

box 487, folder 12

"The Boarders" - The Franklin Mint Almanac 1979 April

 

"The Book I Would Write in Space" - Pace Magazine

box 487, folder 13

Drafts 1969 May, Aug.

oversize Oversize Box 26, folder 5

Published copy 1969 Aug.

box 487, folder 14-15

"Book Reading as an Athletic Field" - California State Library Foundation Bulletin 1986 Dec.-1987 April

 

"California: A Land to Dream On" - Holiday

box 487, folder 16-17

Notes 1950-54

box 487, folder 18-23

Drafts 1954 June-July

box 488, folder 1-2

Jean's edits, printer's copy 1954 Oct.-Nov., undated

oversize Oversize Box 26, folder 6

Bound published copy 1954 Dec.

box 488, folder 3

Publicity 1954 Oct.-Nov.

oversize Oversize Box 26, folder 7

Publicity 1954 Nov.

box 488, folder 4

"California: The West Pole" [Unpublished?] undated

 

"The Case for Warren" - Life Magazine 1948

box 488, folder 5-7

Notes and drafts 1948 March, May

oversize Oversize Box 26, folder 8

Published copy 1948 May

box 488, folder 8-11

"Celebrating the 150th Anniversary of the Sailing of the H.M.S. Beagle..." New Scientist 1981 June, Dec.

box 488, folder 12

"Censorship" - Temple Leo Baeck newsletter, Voice of Our Members series 1961 Dec.-1962 Jan.

box 488, folder 13

"Christmas Present" - drafts 1947 Sept.

oversize Oversize Box 26, folder 9

Abbott Magazine 1947 Nov.-Dec.

box 488, folder 14

What's New 1947 Dec.

 

"Cinci sute de ani în fiercare zi..." - Farcasan Scînteia (Bucharest, Romania)

box 488, folder 15

Notes and drafts 1967 May

oversize Oversize Box 25, folder 12

Published copy 1967 May

 

"Clarence Darrow" - American Weekly

box 488, folder 16-17

Notes and drafts 1957 Feb.

oversize Oversize Box 26, folder 10

Published copy 1957 Nov.

oversize Oversize Box 26, folder 11

"Clarence Darrow: 'The Good Fight Never Ends" - Washington Post 1974 Feb.

box 488, folder 18

["Clarence Darrow's Library"] - Chicago Daily News 1941 Dec.

 

"Common Traits of Famous Men and Women" [Publishers-Hall Syndicate]

box 488, folder 19-21

Notes and typescript drafts 1971 June

oversize Oversize Box 26, folder 12

"What Famous Men Have In Common" - Houston Post, Plain Dealer (Cleveland, Ohio) 1971 Oct.

 

"What Four Famous Women Had In Common" - Plain Dealer (Cleveland, Ohio) 1971 Oct.

 

"Famous Women" - Houston Post 1971 Oct.

box 488, folder 22

"Concerning Artists and Writers" - New York Post 1963 Sept.

box 488, folder 23

"Darrow - The Great American Rebel" - outline undated

box 489, folder 1-2

"The Death of Darwin" - New Scientist 1982 April

oversize Oversize Box 26, folder 13

"Deb's Greatest Labor Victory" - PM 1947 Aug.

 

"Desert Padre" - Saturday Evening Post

oversize Oversize Box 26, folder 14

Published copy 1944 May

box 489, folder 3

Publicity and movie ideas 1944 June

box 489, folder 4

"Did Stuart Engstrand's Friends Fail Author in His Darkest Hour?" - Mirror-News (Los Angeles, Calif.) 1955 Oct.

box 489, folder 5

"Dinner at the Lincolns'" - Chicago Tribune 1954 Nov.

box 489, folder 6

"Distinguished Guest Columnist" - for Carl A. Kroch's "Tending Store," Chicago Tribune 1971 March

box 489, folder 7

"Dostoyevsky" [Unpublished? Written for Radio Free Europe] 1956 Feb.

box 489, folder 8

"The Eleven Presidents" [Unpublished?] 1956 June-July

 

"Exactly ten years ago I published..."

oversize Oversize Box 26, folder 15

"A Biographical Novelist Speaks" - Chicago Sun 1944 Dec.

oversize Oversize Box 26, folder 16

"Irving Stone Defends Irving Stone and Incidentally Biographical Novels" - New York Post 1944 Nov.

 

"Exploring the Adventures of Working Travel" - Los Angeles Times

box 489, folder 9

Drafts 1984 Dec.

oversize Oversize Box 26, folder 17

Published copy 1985 March-April

box 489, folder 10

"Fiction" - Kroch's Bookstore Monthly Bulletin 1953 April

oversize Oversize Box 26, folder 18

"Flaming Painter of Flaming Art" - New York Times Magazine 1935 Oct.

 

"Four Loves Had Davy Crockett" - American Weekly

box 489, folder 11-13

Notes and drafts 1955 March-April

oversize Oversize Box 26, folder 19-20

Published copy 1955 June

oversize Oversize Box 26, folder 21

"From Bacchus to Christ" - Boston Sunday Globe 1964 March

 

"From the time I began earning my own..."

box 489, folder 14

"How to Lose a Beautiful Girl and Flunk Trigonometry" - American Bookseller 1947 Sept.

box 489, folder 15

"Irving Stone Gives Sure-Fire Formula for Chosing the Right Books as Gifts" - Chicago Sun 1947 Dec.

 

"The Girl Lincoln Could Never Forget" - American Weekly

box 489, folder 16

Notes and drafts 1951 Dec.

oversize Oversize Box 26, folder 22

Published copy 1952 Feb.

 

"Great Art at the World's Fair" - Suburbia Today

box 489, folder 17

Notes and drafts 1964 Feb.

oversize Oversize Box 26, folder 23

Published copy 1964 April

box 489, folder 18

"Harry Bridges: Stormy Petrel of the Embarcadero" [Unpublished] undated

box 489, folder 19

"Hills of Berkeley" - Los Angeles Times 1970 Jan.

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