Finding Aid for the Aldous and Laura Huxley papers, 1925-2007

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Title: Aldous and Laura Huxley papers.
Collection number: 2009
Contributing Institution: UCLA Library Special Collections
Language of Material: English
Physical Description: 50.5 linear ft. (110 boxes. 4 cartons. 5 oversize boxes.)
Date (inclusive): 1925-2007
Abstract: Aldous Leonard Huxley (1894-1963) was a prolific writer of novels, essays, poetry, criticism, and screenplays. The Aldous Huxley Papers portion of the collection consists correspondence between Aldous Huxley and publishers Harper & Row, personal correspondence, holographic notes, literary manuscripts and personal effects. Laura Archera Huxley (1911-2007) was a musician, author, psychological counselor and lecturer. The materials in the collection that comprise the personal papers of Laura Archer Huxley include personal correspondence, holographic and typewritten notes, manuscripts, collected articles and clippings and interviews. As well, there are photographs and audiovisual recordings of both Aldous Huxley and Laura Archera Huxley.
Physical location: Stored off-site at SRLF. Advance notice is required for access to the collection. Please contact UCLA Library Special Collections Reference Desk for paging information.
Selected digitized images from this collection.
Creator: Huxley, Aldous 1894-1963
Creator: Huxley, Laura Archera

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Provenance/Source of Acquisition

Collection partially assembled by the UCLA Library Special Collections staff by purchase and gift.
Gift of Harper & Row, 1972.

Preferred Citation

[Identification of item], Aldous and Laura Huxley papers (Collection 2009). UCLA Library Special Collections, Charles E. Young Research Library, UCLA.

Biography/History

Aldous Leonard Huxley was born on July 26, 1894 in Surrey, England; a disease of the eyes permanently weakened his vision at age 16, disrupting his plan to enter the medical profession; BA, Balliol College, Oxford, 1916; employed by the British government during World War I; schoolmaster at Eton College, 1917-19; staff member of Athenaeum and Westminster gazette, 1919-24; published his first novel, Chrome yellow, in 1921; went on to write Point counter point (1928), Brave new world (1932), Eyeless in Gaza (1936), and Island (1962), among others; was a prolific writer of essays, poetry, criticism, and screenplays; received D. Litt. from University of California in 1959; died on November 22, 1963 in California.
Laura Huxley was born on November 2, 1911 in Turin (Torino), Italy. Laura studied violin since the age of ten, and as a teenager, continued her studies of the instrument in Berlin, Paris, and Rome. She eventually toured Europe and the United States, performing at Carnegie Hall and further pursuing her music study at the Curtis Institute of Philadelphia.
During World War II, Laura decided to remain in the United States and live with her close friend --- sister to Ernest Hemingway's second wife, Pauline Pfeiffer Hemingway --- Virginia Pfeiffer. Laura Huxley's study in psychotherapy, health, and nutrition was prompted by Virginia Pfeiffer's diagnosis of cancer in 1949. Before her studies and career in well-being, psychology, and health, Laura Huxley worked in Hollywood. Aldous Huxley and his first wife, Maria, met Laura Archera in 1948 while living in Wrightwood, California. In 1955, Maria Huxley died of breast cancer. One year after Maria's death, Aldous and Laura were married in Yuma, California. Together, they moved into a home in Hollywood Hills on Deronda Drive. After their house and most of Aldous's personal manuscripts and library were burned in a fire on May 12, 1961, the couple moved in with Virginia Pfeiffer and her two adopted children.
In 1959, before the fire, Aldous Huxley presented a series of lectures at the University of California, Santa Barbara called "The Human Situation." In 1961, Huxley repeated a variation of "The Human Situation" in a lecture series he presented at M.I.T. when he was the Carnegie Visiting Professor in Humanities. Huxley also spoke on "Human Potentialities" at the Esalen Institute in Big Sur, California. In 1960, Aldous Huxley was diagnosed with laryngeal cancer. Aldous Huxley wrote and published his last novel, Island, in 1962. He died on November 22, 1963, the same day President John F. Kennedy was assassinated.
In 1963, Laura published her book, You Are Not the Target. She also offered psychological health and well-being guidance in the form of workshops and seminars to various groups and individuals in Southern California. Laura went on to publish a personal account of her life with Aldous in a book titled This Timeless Moment in 1969. Her later publications include Between Heaven and Earth: Recipes for Living and Loving (1974), Oneaday Reason to be Happy (1986) and The Child of Your Dreams (1987), co-authored with her nephew, Piero Ferrucci. In 1977, she founded a non-profit organization called, "Our Ultimate Investment" (OUI) which later became "Children: Our Ultimate Investment." The organization sponsored conferences on the topic of "the nurturing of the possible human" in 1978 and 1994. Among the awards and acknowledgments given to Laura Huxley in her life are an Honorary Doctorate in Human Services from La Sierra University and the Thomas R. Verny Award from the Association of Prenatal and Perinatal Psychology and Health in December of 2003. Laura Huxley died of cancer on December 13, 2007 in her Hollywood home.

Organization and Arrangement

The Aldous Huxley papers are arranged in the following series:
  1. Correspondence (Box 1).
  2. Literary manuscripts and interviews (Boxes 2-4,7-9)
  3. Harper & Row correspondence (Boxes 5-6)
  4. Correspondence and holograph of children's story (Box 10)
  5. Novels, Essays and Articles (Boxes 16-21, 45-47, 50, 51, 56-59, 60-62, 64)
  6. Lectures and Speeches (Boxes 22, 23, 46, 50, 56, 91-94, 97-99, 107, 114)
  7. Writings About Aldous Huxley (Boxes 15, 41, 44, 46-47, 53, 64)
  8. Retrospectives (Boxes 94-95, 98-100)
  9. Writings Based on the Work of Aldous Huxley (Boxes 23-24, 47, 56)
  10. Interviews (Boxes 4, 91-92, 94-95, 99, 101, 111, 112)
  11. Personal (Boxes 41, 46, 48, 50, 55, 58, 63, 74-76, 82-86, 88-91, 97-101)
  12. Psychedelics (Boxes 27, 85, 98, 100)
  13. Contents of Grey Metal Box (Boxes 45, 80-81)
  14. Photographs (Boxes 65-73, 77)
  15. Safe Contents (Boxes 78-79)
  16. Music (Boxes 85, 98, 99, 106)
The Laura Huxley papers are arranged in the following series:
  1. Aldous Huxley Related Material (Boxes 42-44, 55-53)
  2. Interviews (Boxes 85, 101-102, 106, 114)
  3. Lectures and Speeches (Boxes 84, 99-100, 103-106, 113-115)
  4. Music (Boxes 106, 114)
  5. Novels, Essays and Other Written Works (Boxes 30, 33, 39, 51, 54, 107)
  6. Research / Professional / Projects (Boxes 31-32, 37, 38, 40, 52-55)
  7. Personal (Boxes 25-26, 34-36, 39, 55, 65, 69, 71, 75, 85-88, 111-112, 101-105, 108-110 )
  8. Photographs (Boxes 65, 69-72, 77)
  9. Psychedelics (Boxes 28-29, 52, 103, 105, 109, 115)

Scope and Content

The first 10 boxes of this collection consist primarily of business correspondence between Aldous Huxley and publishers Harper & Row, personal correspondence, and literary manuscripts. Correspondents include Jacob Zeitlin, Lawrence Clark Powell, Gerald Heard, Lewis Mumford, Hugh Trevor-Roper, and Lionel Trilling. Literary manuscripts include The devils of Loudon and Time must have a stop.
Boxes 11-15 include the books from Aldous Huxley's personal library. These items are catalogued in the UCLA online library catalog.
Following the first 15 boxes, the additions to this original acquisition (added between 2009 to 2011) consist of personal papers, handwritten notes, typed drafts of articles, essays and novels, galleys, day calendars, sketchbooks, drafts of previously unpublished essays, collected clippings, journal articles, off-prints, magazines, personal effects such as pens, eyeglasses, eye patches, memberships cards and a passport.
The collection contains audio-visual materials such as sound recordings in reel and cassette tape formats as well as recorded film reels and VHS videos. The collection also contains photographs and assorted negatives.
The first level of organization of the additions has been arranged into two record groups according to their creator, either Aldous Huxley or Laura Huxley. The series under each record group reflect the materials and intellectual content of the material therein. The materials organized under the record group "Aldous Huxley Papers" are organized into series that are slightly different from the series organizing the "Laura Huxley Papers," reflecting the slightly different nature of the materials within the record group. The first 10 boxes of the collection were arranged and assigned series at an earlier time than the additions. For this reason the series organizing these first 15 boxes do not fall within the organizational schema applied to the additions to the collection. Therefore the correspondence in this record group "The Aldous Huxley Papers" can be found under a few different series: 'Correspondence' (Box 1) and 'Personal: Correspondence' (Boxes 48-49). Within a series there are often subseries categories that further organize the material. For example, under the 'Personal' series of "The Aldous Huxley Papers" are the subseries: Correspondence, [last writings on deathbed], Family Related, Personal Effects, Recordings, Research Related and Sketch. The subseries under the series 'Personal' in the Laura Huxley Papers section of the collection include: Collected by, Correspondence, Early Life, Film, Personal Effects, recordings, Video Recordings and Virginia Pfeiffer. The other series in the collection also have subseries categories, some of which are by media type such as 'Recordings,' while other subseries are the title of a work or lecture or the name of a correspondent.

UCLA Catalog Record ID

UCLA Catalog Record ID: 1720639 

Subjects and Indexing Terms

Harper & Row, Publishers.
Huxley, Aldous, 1894-1963--Archives.
Huxley, Laura Archera.
Authors, English--20th century--Archival resources.
Manuscripts for publication.

Container List

 

Letters.

 

Fourteen Letters to Various Persons. 1928-1956.

Box 1

[], London. To Naomi Royde-Smith. 1928?.

Physical Description: Holograph.
Box 1

4. iv. 28, London. To Arthur Wellings.

Physical Description: Holograph.
Box 1

[], London. To Harold John Massingham. May 1930.

Physical Description: Holograph.
Box 1

8. v. 30, London. To Harold John Massingham.

Physical Description: Holograph.
Box 1

28. xi. 30, Cap de la Gorguette, Sanary (Var) [France]. To Fenner Brockway.

Physical Description: Holograph.
Box 1

7. i. 37, La Gorguette, Sanary (Var). To Mr. Duncan.

Physical Description: Holograph.
Box 1

[], La Gorguette, Sanary (Var). To C. Day Lewis. January 8, 1937.

Physical Description: 2pp. Holograph.

Scope and Content Note

Answers Day Lewis's pamphlet attacking a pacifist pamphlet by Huxley published the previous year. Huxley argues that the military defence of democracy in contemporary circumstances entails the abolition of democracy even before war starts.
Box 1

13. viii. 40. Pacific Palisades. To Miss Elizabeth Bryan.

Physical Description: Holograph.
Box 1

27. v. 41. Pacific Palisades. To Nathan Lippis.

Physical Description: Holograph.
Box 1

, Llano. To Edmund Sidney Pollock Haynes. March 25th, 1945.

Physical Description: 3pp. Typescript. Printed on p.33 of this booklet.
 

Correspondence with Jake Zeitlin. 1937-1962.

Scope and Content Note

The correspondence includes thirty-three items from Huxley, mostly holograph letters; a few holograph communications from Maria Huxley and one from Ellen Huxley, the author's wife and daughter-in-law respectively; carbon copies of twenty letters Jake Zeitlin wrote to Huxley; and a few letters to and from others, chiefly concerning business matters.
Box 1

[], San Cristobal, New Mexico. June 1937.

Physical Description: Holograph.

Scope and Content Note

Willing to let J.Z. handle film rights.
Box 1

12. vii. 37, San Cristobal, New Mexico.

Physical Description: Typescript.

Scope and Content Note

Authorizes J.Z. to represent him, and comments on his works that he considers suitable for the films. Might be willing to work in Hollywood.
Box 1

10. xii. 37, Rhinebeck, New York.

Physical Description: Holograph.

Scope and Content Note

Lecturing in the East, inquires about his scenario, will return to Europe if nothing doing in Hollywood.
Box 1

10. i. 38, Rhinebeck, New York.

Physical Description: Typescript.

Scope and Content Note

About to return to California. “I am ruminating a novel, which threatens, if I am not careful, lo turn into the Comédie Humaine. Let's hope to God it can be restrained before it's too late!”
Box 1

[]. 1938.

Physical Description: 2pp. Typescript.

Scope and Content Note

The untitled (original) typescript with a few holograph revisions of an essay written for J.Z. to celebrate the opening of his new bookshop: “The Most Agreeable Vice.”
Privately printed (500 copies) in Los Angeles, June 15, 1938.
Box 1

8. vi. 38, Los Angeles.

Physical Description: Holograph.
Box 1

19. xi. 38, Los Angeles.

Physical Description: Typescript.

Scope and Content Note

He thinks it futile for him to write a statement denouncing the Nazi persecution of the Jews.
Box 1

9. ix. 39, Pacific Palisades.

Physical Description: Holograph.

Scope and Content Note

“I am at the studio all day and too much preoccupied with the War and its implications to want to do anything at night but meditate in solitude.”
Box 1

, Pacific Palisades. December 26, 1940.

Physical Description: Typescript.
Box 1

5. v. 41, Pacific Palisades.

Physical Description: Holograph.

Scope and Content Note

Sends foreword he has written for Ashley Montagu's book [ Man's Most Dangerous Myth: The Fallacy of Race].
Among the miscellaneous manuscripts in the Huxley-Zeitlin correspondence is the following jingle:
“Whenever Aldous Huxley writes / A novel that delights / His followers / His brother Julian / At once indites / A learned work / On Coprolites / For scholars”
by Ashley Montagu
Box 1

, 20th Century-Fox Studios. July 24th, 1941.

Physical Description: Typescript.

Scope and Content Note

Asks J.Z. to locate rare French books he needs to write about “the case of the diabolic possessions at Loudun, during the seventeenth century.”
Box 1

7. VIII. 41, 20th Century-Fox Studios.

Physical Description: Holograph.

Scope and Content Note

Encloses his check for $150 “as a loan for the publication of Dr. Montague's pamphlet.”
Box 1

[, Trabuco Canyon]. September 1942.

Scope and Content Note

A carbon copy of the prospectus of Trabuco College, founded during the war by Huxley, Gerald Heard, and others in the belief “that only through change of individual character can there be any real apprehension of God's nature and will, and a lasting change in civilisation or humanity.”

Additional Note

The prospectus was mimeographed for distribution in September 1942.
Huxley's share cannot be determined, but he certainly had a hand in its composition.
Box 1

, Llano. April 1, 1943.

Physical Description: Holograph postcard.
Box 1

, Llano. February 24, 1943.

Physical Description: Typescript.

Scope and Content Note

“How nice of the Library people to make an exhibition of my books, and of you to take so much trouble with it!”
Box 1

, Llano. April 25th, 1943.

Physical Description: 2pp. Typescript. Printed on p.29.
Box 1

, Llano. June 27, 1943.

Physical Description: Typescript.

Scope and Content Note

“Demonology as such doesn't interest me—only the particular case of Loudun, because it happened to involve a very remarkable man, Father Surin. In itself, the subject is almost infinitely squalid—at once comical and loathsome, like all low-grade 'supernaturalism' that is preoccupied with evil.”
Box 1

[], Llano. November 28, 1944.

Physical Description: Holograph postcard.
Box 1

29. III. 48, Wrightwood.

Physical Description: Holograph.
Box 1

[], “Leonardo, then and now.”. 1952.

Physical Description: Original typescript, two leaves, single-spaced, with a few holograph corrections.

Scope and Content Note

Published in an exhibit catalogue of the Municipal Art Commission of Los Angeles, Leonardo da Vinci, 500th Anniversary Exhibition, October 27th to November 16 (1952).
Box 1

[] Huxley's “Doodles in the Dictionary,” published in Esquire, September 1955. 1955.

Physical Description: Carbon copy.

Scope and Content Note

The essay prompted by J.Z. when he showed Huxley the Latin-French dictionary owned and illuminated by Toulouse-Lautrec at 16.
Box 1

17. vi. 55, New York City.

Physical Description: Holograph.

Scope and Content Note

Staying in George Kaufman's apartment, has finished his play [ The Genius and the Goddess].
Box 1

27. vi. 55 [New York City].

Physical Description: Holograph.
Box 1

, Guilford, Connecticut. August 18th, 1955.

Scope and Content Note

Thanks for finding a first edition of Congreve's Double Dealer, a present for George Kaufman.
Box 1

, Los Angeles. June 4th, 1956.

Physical Description: Holograph.
Box 1

27.x. 57, New York City.

Scope and Content Note

His play in rehearsal causes “many fatigues & frustrations.”
Box 1

[], Turin, Italy. October 31, 1958.

Physical Description: Holograph note.
Box 1

4. XII. 60, Los Angeles.

Physical Description: Holograph.

Scope and Content Note

Has been asked to sell manuscripts of St. Mawr, Point Counter Point, The Genius and the Goddess.
“Am just back from 2 months as a Professor at MIT; & up to the eyes in work on a book which has kept me busy for the last 3 or 4 years.”
Box 1

7. III. 61, Los Angeles.

Physical Description: Holograph.

Scope and Content Note

“The DHL MS is still at the bottom of some trunk, & I have had no time to undertake a search for it. My own MSS are there too.”
Box 1

[]. June 1961.

Physical Description: Typescript.

Scope and Content Note

list of manuscripts, letters, and rare books destroyed by fire.
Box 1

2. III. 62, Berkeley.

Physical Description: Holograph.

Scope and Content Note

Sends manuscripts of two recent essays, asking what price they might fetch. At Berkeley as “Visiting Professor of nothing in particular.”
Box 1

28. III 62, Berkeley.

Physical Description: Holograph.

Scope and Content Note

“Prefers not to sell the manuscript of Island at the moment.”
Box 1

17. v. 62, Berkeley.

Physical Description: Holograph.

Scope and Content Note

Thanks for selling a manuscript, but objects that J.Z. has taken no commission.
“These transactions must be on a business basis, for I don't feel that old friendship gives me the right to exploit you.”
 

Correspondence with Lawrence Clark Powell. 1940-1962.

Scope and Content Note

In addition to sixteen Huxley items, the correspondence includes a half dozen carbon copies of Dr. Powell's letters to Huxley, and Dr. Powell's correspondence with an Illinois librarian, David K. Maxfield, about a translation of Lucian's The Mimes of the Courtesans signed “A.L.H.” The University of Chicago Library catalogue identified the translator as Aldous Leonard Huxley, and Mr. Maxfield wrote to verify this attribution. When Dr. Powell forwarded the inquiry, Huxley replied that he was not the translator, although he later confessed, Dr. Powell reported, “to having forgotten some of his sins of authorship.”
Box 1

27.iii.40, Pacific Palisades.

Physical Description: Holograph.

Scope and Content Note

Declines invitation to give a talk.
Box 1

[], Beverly Hills. May 15, 1942.

Physical Description: Holograph postcard.
Box 1

12. vii. 43, Llano.

Physical Description: Holograph.

Scope and Content Note

Thanks for the exhibition.
Box 1

, Llano. September 18th, 1943.

Physical Description: 2pp. Typescript. Printed on p.31 of this booklet.
Box 1

19. ix. 44, Llano.

Physical Description: Holograph.

Scope and Content Note

“I was very glad to hear that you have succeeded to the librarianship at UCLA. I hope they give you enough money to buy the books you want.”
Box 1

, Llano. May 16th, 1945.

Physical Description: Holograph.

Scope and Content Note

Letter of introduction to enable a young friend and assistant to use the Library.
Box 1

[, Los Angeles]. November 3, 1949.

Physical Description: Holograph postcard.

Scope and Content Note

“No, I never translated any Lucian & don't recall ever having written anything about the dialogues, tho' I greatly admire them.”
Box 1

. January 7th, 1950.

Physical Description: Holograph.

Scope and Content Note

“Unable to accept invitation to judge a student book-collecting contest.”
Box 1

, New York. May 1st, 1950.

Physical Description: Holograph.

Scope and Content Note

“I have received a request from the Dutch Government to send a MS to the Cultural Exhibition at the Hague. I have nothing to hand & I wonder whether it would be a great trouble for you to send the one I gave you this spring.” [“Variations on a Philosopher,” which the Library in due course sent to The Hague].
Box 1

24. II. 52, Los Angeles.

Physical Description: Holograph.

Scope and Content Note

Agrees to serve as judge in a book-collecting contest.
Box 1

17. ix. 52, Los Angeles.

Physical Description: Holograph.

Scope and Content Note

Declines invitation to talk on Shaw, “whom I don't know at all well—perhaps because I have never found him very interesting. Did he, after all, ever know anything about human beings?”
Box 1

[], Los Angeles. July 1956.

Physical Description: Typescript.

Scope and Content Note

Requests interlibrary loan of two nineteenth-century books by the poet William Barnes illustrating his theory “that words of Latin or Greek origin were wicked and that everything in English could be expressed in words of Teutonic origin. (e.g. 'adjective' should be 'mark-word of suchness;' 'Omnibus' becomes 'folkwain.').”
[An attached note from the Interlibrary Loan department reports that the books were borrowed from the Harvard Library for Mr. Huxley]
Box 1

, Los Angeles. May 2nd, 1957.

Physical Description: Holograph.
Box 1

27. xi. 60, Los Angeles.

Physical Description: Holograph.
Box 1

27. III. 61, Los Angeles.

Physical Description: Holograph. Reproduced on p.20.
Box 1

[]. Spring 1962.

Physical Description: Typescript with holograph corrections and signature.

Scope and Content Note

Untitled statement on Tropic of Cancer written when Dr. Powell asked Huxley to appear as a defense witness at the Los Angeles court hearing. Published in Henry Miller and the Critics (Southern Illinois University Press, 1963).
Box 1

Letters to Jake Zeitlin. 1943-1944, 1953 and 1963.

Physical Description: 6 items. Typescript.

Scope and Content Note

re Aldous Huxley.
Box 1

Letter to Lawrence Clark Powell from Huntington Cairns. Washington, D.C. August 4, 1943.

Physical Description: Typescript, signed.
 

Aldous Huxley:.

Box 1

Letter to George Edward Howard. Lucca, Italy.

Physical Description: 6 X 27. Holograph.
Box 1

Letter to the editor of Ekstra Bladet. Los Angeles.

Physical Description: 20 IX 37. Holograph.
Box 1

Letter to William Davenport. Palm Desert. March 28th, 1949.

Physical Description: Typescript, signed.
Box 1

Letters to Margaret Isherwood. Los Angeles.

Physical Description: 20 III 55, 23 IX 56, 9 II 57. Holograph. 3 items.
Box 1

Letter to Sam Eisenstein. Los Angeles.

Physical Description: 31 XII 6 leaves. Photocopy of holograph letter.
Box 1

Letters to Reid Gardner. Los Angeles.

Physical Description: 25 VI 62. Holograph. Hampstead, England, 18 IX 62. Holograph.
Box 1

Letter to Merle Armitage. Sanary, France. n.d.

Physical Description: Holograph.
Box 1

Letters to Gerard Hopkins. London.

Physical Description: 29 III 27, 26 iv 31. Holograph. 2 items.
Box 1

Letters to Frances Petersen. v.p. v.d.

Physical Description: Holograph and typescript. 7 items (8 leaves).
 

Literary Manuscripts.

Box 2

Along the Road. Notes and Essays of a Tourist. By Aldous Huxley.

Physical Description: 96 leaves, typescript and holograph.

Scope and Content Note

Index page, 4 title pages, and 91 single-spaced, crowded pages of text.
A carbon copy, evidently used by the published, for editor's notes are pencilled in. Numerous minor corrections and revision in Huxley's handon almost every page. Glued to the first page is a printed notice to publishers regarding copyright.

Bibliography

Published by Chatto & Windus, London, 1925; George H. Doran Company, New York, 1925.
Box 2

Ape and Essence. A Play. By Aldous Huxley.

Physical Description: 2 typescripts.

Scope and Content Note

2 different versions:
Version I: 84 leaves with a few holograph revisions; slip inserted at p.63, with one typed speech.
Version II: 87 leaves, paginated by acts.
Both are carbon copies, both in binders of the William Morris Agency as submitted for motion picture consideration.

Bibliography

Unpublished. The novel was published by Harper & Brothers, New York, 1948; Chatto & Windus, London, 1949.
Box 2

Apocalypse. By Aldous Huxley.

Physical Description: 2 folio leaves, holograph.

Scope and Content Note

Brief essay comparing modern utopian thinking with early Christian expectations of the Second Coming, and concluding “that the millenium, if ever it comes, will steal gradually upon the world.”
“Many professed atheists firmly believe that the Kingdom of God will be made manifest on earth, in their own life time. True, they do not call it the Kingdom of God; but in all essentials the Perfect State of their socialist or fascist imagination is indistinguishable from the transfigured earth of the Early Christian millenium. It is a world where truth, justice and mercy everywhere prevail; where reason dominates the passions; where men are exclusively their better selves. The Early Christians believed that this transformation would be accomplished by the direct intervention of a higher power. Their modern counterparts smile at this ingenuous faith; they believe in Organization. The world is out of joint; but Organization will set it right—at once, in our time.”

Bibliography

Published in the Chicago Herald and Examiner, August 19,1933.
Box 2

Arabia Infelix and other Poems. By Aldous Huxley.

Physical Description: 21 leaves, typescript and holograph.
Physical Description: A booklet of 16 stapled pages, with 5 pages of smaller, lined paper inserted. Occasional holograph revisions.

Scope and Content Note

One sonnet, “Sheep,” copied by hand at the bottom of a typescript page. The inserted pages would appear to be later additions intended to supplement the original collection.

Bibliography

Published by The Fountain Press, New York, and Chatto & Windus, London, 1929.
Box 2

The Devils of Loudun.

Physical Description: Galley proofs, with a few pencilled correction marks.

Scope and Content Note

Inscribed “For Jake Zeitlin from an old friend, Aldous H. 1952.”

Bibliography

Published by Harper & Brothers, New York, 1952; Chatto & Windus, London, 1952.
Box 3

The Genius and The Goddess.

Physical Description: Galley proofs, unmarked.

Scope and Content Note

On the back of the outside page Huxley wrote his agent's address: For Reece Halsey / c/o Wm. Morris / 202 N. Canon / B. Hills (To be picked up).

Bibliography

Published by Harper & Brothers, New York, 1955; Chatto & Windus, London, 1955.
Box 3

Grey Eminence by Aldous Huxley.

Physical Description: 385 leaves, typescript and holograph.

Scope and Content Note

Holograph note on title leaf: “This is as near to a manuscript as I ever get. AH.”
This is the original typescript, with very extensive holograph revisions throughout.

Bibliography

Published by Harper & Brothers, New York, 1941; Chatto & Windus, London, 1941.
Box 3

The Perennial Philosophy.

Physical Description: 210 leaves, typescript and holograph.

Scope and Content Note

The original typescript, untitled, of about half of the published book: the introduction and ten chapters, some entitled differently and arranged in a different order from the published version. Extensive holograph revisions throughout. Acquired from Mrs. William S. Kiskadden, of Beverly Hills, to whom Huxley had given it.

Bibliography

Published by Harper & Sons, New York, 1945; Chatto & Windus, London, 1946.
Box 3

Time Must Have a Stop.

Physical Description: 38 leaves, typescript and holograph.

Scope and Content Note

Inscription on first leaf: “Chapters written for 'Time Must Have a Stop,' but not used in the final draft. Aldous Huxley.”
One chapter, the original typescript with numerous revisions in Huxley's hand. The chapter, which belongs after Chapter 5 of the published book, describes Sebastian Barnack's journey from Turin to Florence in a third-class carriage. His father sits opposite reading an economic report, frowning. At Genoa a man gets on the train and sits down next to Sebastian. This mysterious man in brown first entertains the children by drawing riddles, then talks to Sebastian with a strange and holy wisdom, eventually introducing himself as Bruno Rontini, a bookseller (His acquaintance with uncle Eustace, here called Hubert, is not mentioned). When Sebastian's father finally takes notice, he debates with Bruno, organization versus sanctity, while Sebastian retires within himself to compose a poem in his head.

Bibliography

Published by Harper & Brother, New York, 1944; Chatto & Windus, London, 1945.
Box 4

Variations on a Philosopher. Portrait of a Philosopher.

Physical Description: 202 leaves, typescript and holograph.

Scope and Content Note

Inscribed on first page: “For UCLA Library from a grateful reader, Aldous Huxley.”
This manuscript more than any other catches Huxley in the act of composition, constantly revising, rewriting, cutting, and correcting. Copious revisions throughout, with about half the text crossed out, a great many passages copied over, and then revised some more. Written on two different kinds of notebook paper, with two different typewriters, and revisions in blue, black, and red ink.

Bibliography

Published in Themes and Variations, Harper & Brothers, Film 100 New York, 1950, Chatto & Windus, London, 1950.
Box 4

A Word About Dylan Thomas.

Physical Description: 8 holograph pages plus inscription on a separate page: For Jake—a Merry Christmas and a happy New Year, Aldous 1954.

Scope and Content Note

Untitled manuscript of the address read by Aldous Huxley at the memorial program for Dylan Thomas given by the Southern California Chamber Music Society in Los Angeles on September 20, 1954. The business of the lyric poet, Huxley says, is to renew and purify the language of the tribe, “to discover new ways of rendering and understanding the mysteries of human experience.”
“Dylan Thomas was one of the most gifted of recent renewers and purifiers, of our language. He possessed in the highest degree the unanalysable art of the lyric poet--the art of imparting to worn-out, dog's-eared symbols the living quality of direct experience.”
“He could do this even in his prose. Here is a sentence from his radio play, 'Under Milk Wood', 'Oh, isn't life a terrible thing, thank God?' Eight words—and they say more then a theologian or a philosopher could express in fifty pages of dialectic.”
Box 4

Music as Propaganda: replies to on interviewer. n.d.

Physical Description: 3 leaves, typescript with holograph corrections, signed. Unpublished.

Scope and Content Note

Article written for a music magazine about 1936.

Bibliography

Publication was cancelled as the magazine “folded.”
Box 4

The Crows of Pearblossom.

Physical Description: 3 leaves, typescript.

Scope and Content Note

Christmas 1944.
Box 4

The Perennial Philosophy.

Physical Description: Galley proofs, with holograph corrections.

Bibliography

Published by Harper & Brothers, New York, 1945.
Box 4

Aldous Huxley, the writings of Aldous Huxley, 1916-1943; an exhibition of the collection of Jacob I. Zeitlin at the library of the University of California, Los Angeles, July 1 to August 15, 1943 . Los Angeles, Printed by G. Dahlstrom. 1943.

Physical Description: [16pp.]

Scope and Content Note

Presentation copy from Aldous Huxley to Lawrence Clark Powell, 1943.
Box 4

Interview of Aldous Huxley by Ray Frazer and George Wickes, conducted at his home in Hollywood. October 9, 1959.

Physical Description: Two typescript versions, with Huxley's holograph corrections. 15 leaves and 18 leaves.
Physical Description: Tape of interview. 17 inch reel.

Scope and Content Note

Huxley's views on writers, writing, and kindred matters. Published with many revisions and subsequent additions in the Paris Review, Spring 1960; reprinted in Writers at Work: The Paris Review Interviews, second series (1963).
Correspondence concerning the interview, 1959-1962:
  • 4 letters (carbon) to Huxley from Wickes.
  • 3 letters by Huxley to Wickes, 2 holograph, 1 typescript, signed.
Box 4

An interview with Aldous Huxley; conducted in his home in the Hollywood Hills on By Marion Brennan, Carman Hews, Wayne Johnson, Joe Morgan from the Journalism Department at UCLA. March 18, 1957.

Physical Description: 29 leaves, typescript.
Physical Description: Tape of interview. 17 inch reel.
Physical Description: Another copy: 3 discs, 12 in.,33 1/3 rpm.
Box 5

Correspondence between Harper & Brothers, Publishers, and Aldous Huxley. 1922 to 1961.

Scope and Content Note

re the publishing of his books and other related matters.
Included is a large volume of correspondence between Harpers and various other persons relating to Huxley and the publishing of his books. Included is correspondence from:
  • Armitage, Merle, 1893-
  • Cairns, Huntington, 1904-
  • Canfield, Cass, 1897-
  • Cowley, Malcolm, 1898-
  • Dahl, Roald (Box 6, Folder 11)
  • De Kruif, Paul Henry, 1890-
  • Heard, Gerald, 1889-1971.
  • Highet, Gilbert, 1906-
  • Huxley, Laura Archera
  • Leake, Chauncey Depew, 1896-
  • May, Rollo
  • Mayer, Martin Prager, 1928-
  • Mumford, Lewis, 1895-
  • Rolo, Charles James, 1916-
  • Roth, Sanford H.
  • Saxton, Eugene Francis, 1884-
  • Swanberg, W.A. 1907-
  • Trevor-Roper, Hugh Redwald, 1914-
  • Trilling, Lionel, 1905-
  • Wescott, Glenway, 1901-
 

258 Letters from Aldous Huxley.

Box 5, Folder 1a

. 1924-1936.

Physical Description: 44 items.

Scope and Content Note

Including 22 of Huxley.
Box 5, Folder 1b

. 1937-1943.

Physical Description: 286 items.

Scope and Content Note

Including 39 of Huxley.
Box 5, Folder 2

. 1937-1939.

Physical Description: 71 items.

Scope and Content Note

re Pinker agency & Doubleday.
Box 5, Folder 3

. 1944-1945.

Physical Description: 294 items.

Scope and Content Note

Including 36 of Huxley.
Box 5, Folder 4

. 1946-1945.

Physical Description: 279 items.

Scope and Content Note

Including 31 of Huxley.
Box 5, Folder 5

. 1949-1950.

Physical Description: 126 items.

Scope and Content Note

Including 18 of Huxley.
Box 5, Folder 6

. 1951.

Physical Description: 29 items.

Scope and Content Note

Including 2 of Huxley.
Box 5, Folder 7

. 1952.

Physical Description: 148 items.

Scope and Content Note

Including 13 of Huxley.
Box 6, Folder 8

. 1952-1957.

Physical Description: 142 items.

Scope and Content Note

Including 1 of Huxley. Letters re Sanford Roth and Aldous Huxley. Includes letters of Roth.
Box 6, Folder 9

. 1953-1954.

Physical Description: 171 items.

Scope and Content Note

Including 21 of Huxley.
Box 6, Folder 10

. 1955-1956.

Physical Description: 280 items.

Scope and Content Note

Including 23 of Huxley.
Box 6, Folder 11

. 1957-1958.

Physical Description: 263 items.

Scope and Content Note

Including 19 of Huxley.
Box 6, Folder 12

. 1959.

Physical Description: 160 items.

Scope and Content Note

Including 11 of Huxley.
Box 6, Folder 13

. 1960.

Physical Description: 169 items.

Scope and Content Note

Including 9 of Huxley.
Box 6, Folder 14

. 1961.

Physical Description: 118 items.

Scope and Content Note

Including 13 of Huxley.
Box 7

The Perennial Philosophy. ca. 1945.

Physical Description: ca. 400 leaves. Typescript with holograph corrections.

Scope and Content Note

“First carbon copy.”

Additional Note

Gift of Mrs. William S. Kiskadden, January 1973.
Box 7

Introduction to They Still Draw Pictures. 1938.

Physical Description: 3 leaves. Typescript.

Additional Note

Gift of Mrs. William S. Kiskadden, January 1973.
Box 7

“The Giaconda Smile.” Adaption by John Monks, Jr., for “Climax,” a television production. n.d.

Physical Description: Typescript multilith. 90 leaves.

Scope and Content Note

First revision.

Additional Note

Gift of Donald Deschner, March 1975.
[“The Giaconda smile” published as a short story in Mortal Coils, London, Chatto & Windus, 1922]
[Date of television production not available]
Box 8, Folder 1

[ Aldous Huxley, 1894-1963; a memorial volume. New York: Harper & Row, ]. c1965.

Physical Description: 55 leaves. 17 x 57 cm.

Scope and Content Note

Galleys with proofreader's corrections, manuscript suggestions.
The galleys do not include “Shakespeare and religion,” Huxley's last essay.

Additional Note

Gift of Jacob Zeitlin, 1980.
Box 8, Folder 2

Prisons. With the “Carceri” etchings by G.B. Piranesi. Los Angeles: Zeitlin & Ver Brugge []. cl949.

Physical Description: 13 leaves. 26.5 x 33 cm. Huxley's signature appears after the colophon.

Scope and Content Note

Page proofs with manuscript corrections (Proofs are numbered copy 100).
With this: Prospectus for Prisons [Los Angeles, 1949] 2 leaves. Typescript with holograph corrections.

Additional Note

Gift of Jacob Zeitlin, 1980.
Box 8, Folder 3

[ Beyond the Mexique Bay] [London: Chatto & Windus, ]. 1934.

Physical Description: 81 leaves. 21 x 27.5 cm. The leaves are numbered in sequence with the exception of [43] which is misnumbered 42 and the addition of 62A. In gray paper cover.

Scope and Content Note

Typescript carbon with holograph corrections.
The text begins with Copan (p.212 in the published work) continuing to the end.

Additional Note

Ex. libris: Majl Ewing.
Box 8, Folder 4

The forgotten language. An introduction to the understanding of dreams, fairy tales and myths. New York: Rinehart & Company, Incorporated []. cl951.

Physical Description: 263pp.

Scope and Content Note

This copy belonged to Betty Rourke who lent it to Aldous Huxley. Huxley annotated some pages of the book, 24-25, 36, 43, 128, with notes, and compiled an index on the back flyleaf of the book. Roarke's explanatory note accompanies the book.
Box 9

Aldous Huxley 1894-1963. n.p. (English). n.d.

Physical Description: 660pp. 21.5 x 28 cm. Typescript.

Scope and Content Note

The original typescript on green paper for Bedford's Aldous Huxley, a biography, published London: Chatto & Windus [c1973].
There are manuscript corrections throughout in pen.
Box 9, Folder 1

pp.1-99c.

Box 9, Folder 2

pp.100-208.

Box 9, Folder 3

pp.209-312a.

Box 9, Folder 4

pp.312b-427.

Box 9, Folder 5

pp.428-514.

Box 9, Folder 6

pp.515-612.

Box 9, Folder 7

pp.613-660.

Box 10, Folder 1

Letter to Mrs. Leon Lazare Roos. Los Angeles. 21 January 1957.

Physical Description: 1 item (with envelope). Holograph.

Scope and Content Note

Letter thanking Mrs. Roos for the gift of Mammy Pleasant by Helen Holdredge.

Additional Note

Purchase, Zeitlin & VerBrugge, 1984.
Box 10, Folder 2

Letters to Knud Merrild. v.p. 1930-1938.

Physical Description: 3 items (with 2 envelopes). Holograph.

Scope and Content Note

Generally concerned with publication of Huxley's Letters of D.H. Lawrence, and Merrild's book on Lawrence.

Additional Note

Purchase, Zeitlin & VerBrugge, 1984.
Box 10, Folder 3

Letter to Knud Merrild. n.p. n.d.

Physical Description: 1 item. Holograph.

Scope and Content Note

Regarding an enclosed preface written by Aldous Huxley, written when he was ill. The preface is not with this letter.

Additional Note

Purchase, Zeitlin & VerBrugge, 1984.
Box 10, Folder 4

Letter to Mr. Turner. Los Angeles. 11 November 1962.

Physical Description: 1 item. Holograph.

Scope and Content Note

Possibly written to Justin G. Turner, former president of the Friends of the UCLA Library, declining an invitation to speak.

Additional Note

Purchase, Zeitlin & VerBrugge, 1984.
Box 10, Folder 5

Letters to Reginald Pole. v.p. 1946-1955.

Physical Description: 4 items. Holograph.

Scope and Content Note

Letters to Reginald Pole, generally concerned with literary themes, and a response to condolences sent on the death of Huxley's wife, Maria.

Additional Note

Purchase, Zeitlin & VerBrugge, 1984.
Box 10, Folder 6

[Noa] [Florence]. 1924.

Physical Description: 24pp. Holograph. Illustrations (color).

Scope and Content Note

Children's story writtten for Gabriella Fasola, daughter of Signora Fasola, a friend of Maria Huxley's. The story is illustrated with Huxley's water color illustrations. At the time this story was written, Aldous Huxley was staying at the Villa Fasola, Florence. Following p.24, the pages have been cut out.

Additional Note

Purchase, Zeitlin & VerBrugge, 1984.
 

Books.

Boxes 11-15

Books from Aldous Huxley's personal library.

Additional Note

These items are catalogued in the UCLA online library catalog .
 

Aldous Huxley Papers.

 

Contents of Grey Metal Box.

Box 80, Folder 1

Datebooks. 1961-1966.

Box 80, Folder 2

Notebooks of Laura Huxley, includes keychain with keys. no date.

Box 80, Folder 3

Tickets to event in Italy. 1963 Aug.

Box 80, Folder 4

Book jacket of Literature and Science, Haper and Row Publishers. no date.

Box 80, Folder 5

Photocopy, Bibliography of Aldous Huxley by Dennis Douglas Davis. 1965-1973.

Box 80, Folder 6

Photocopy of pamphlet, Apes, Angels and Victorians by William Irvine, discussion of T.H. Huxley. no date.

Box 80, Folder 7

Honorary doctorate degree from Shimer College in Mt. Carroll, IL, given to Aldous Huxley. 1962 Oct 21.

Box 80, Folder 8

Offprint, A Case for Psi by Aldous Huxley, republished in Reader's Digest. 1954 Apr.

Box 80, Folder 9

Photocopies of holograph and typed notes by Aldous Huxley, various topics. no date.

Box 80, Folder 10

Copy of letter, from Laura Huxley requesting copy of her marriage license to Aldous Huxley. no date.

Box 80, Folder 11

Correspondence, to Laura Huxley, including letter from Sybille Bedford and Elizabeth Bishop. 1967-1969.

Box 80, Folder 12

Clippings and Notes, original file titled "Cancer Research". 1960s.

Box 80, Folder 13

Correspondence, relating to Aldous Huxley trust. 1962.

Box 80, Folder 14

Letter, from Aldous Huxley to Dr. Kroger [first name unknown]. 1962 Dec 30.

Box 80, Folder 15

Holograph notes by Laura Huxley relating to Aldous Huxley and Dr. Kroger. no date.

Box 80, Folder 16

Transcript, LSD session of Laura Huxley. 1963 Dec 13.

Physical Description: mentions Aldous Huxley
Box 80, Folder 17

Horoscope chart of Aldous Huxley, 7 pages. no date.

Box 80, Folder 18

Documents relating to Aldous Huxley's death, includes copies of death certificate. 1963.

Box 80, Folder 19

Offprints, Reflections on Tagore by Aldous Huxley, published in journal Indian Literature Vol. 4, 8 copies. 1961.

Box 80, Folder 20

Pamphlets, memorial events at UCLA and USC. 1964-1965.

Box 80, Folder 21

Pamphlet, commencement address, Aun Aprendo by Aldous Huxley, Happy Valley School, Ojai, CA. 1951 Jun 14.

Box 80, Folder 22

Holograph note by Laura Huxley, "In This clear place…". no date.

Box 80, Folder 23

Pamphlet, product catalog of Moss Bros Convent Garden, gentlemen's clthing store. no date.

Box 81, Folder 1

Transcripts, Aldous Huxley lectures [1 of 2]. 1960s.

Box 81, Folder 2

Transcripts, Aldous Huxley lectures [2 of 2]. 1960s.

Box 81, Folder 3

Holograph note [in Aldous Huxley's hand] on deathbed regarding his will. 1963.

Box 81, Folder 4

Holograph note, Laura Huxley, 'Radha Krishnan". no date.

Box 81, Folder 5

Hotel receipt, Hollywood Roosevelt Hotel, notes on back referring to possible LSD session. 1963 Sep 26.

Box 81, Folder 6

Clippings, regarding Aldous Huxley. 1960s.

Box 81, Folder 7

Holograph notes and photostatic copy of note regarding acupuncture. no date.

Box 81, Folder 8

Photostatic copy, excerpt from Literature and Science [?]. no date.

Box 81, Folder 9

Photostatic copy, excerpt from Literature and Science [?]. no date.

Box 81, Folder 10

Photocopy of Book list for Mrs. David Kahn. no date.

Box 81, Folder 11

Small wooden box, indexed holograph notecards of Aldous Huxly. no date.

 

[Brave New World].

Box 45, Folder 20

Notes, holograph [in Aldous Huxley's hand], 5 pages. no date.

 

Interviews.

 

Film.

Box 111, Folder 2

16 mm film: Sum & Substance, interview with Aldous Huxley by Herman Harvey. UCLA Tape No. 473 1963?.

Physical Description: 16 mm film
Box 112, Folder 3

16 mm film: Small World with Edward R. Murrow and Fred Friendly, CBS, multi continent conversation with Aldous Huxley (Turin), Prime Minister Nehru (New Delhi) and New York Gov. Thomas Dewey (Portland, Maine). UCLA Tape No. 475 1958.

Physical Description: 16 mm film
 

Recordings.

Box 4, Folder 

Label reads: Broadcast Recorders "Huxley" an Interview; Aldous Huxley, interview topic-"Can physical afflication lead one to creative endeavor?". UCLA Tape No. 394 Mar [1957].

Physical Description: Tape Speed 3 3/4 IPS Quarter Track Stereo One Direction Only; From Collection 2009 Box 4
Box 4, Folder 

Label reads: Aldous Huxley interview Made for the Paris Review [re: lsd, psychedelics]. UCLA Tape No. 395 [1960].

Physical Description: From Collection 2009 Box 4
Box 91

Aldous Huxley, interview, Mike Wallace, "Democracy Today & Tomorrow," ABC-TV. UCLA Tape No. 107B 1958 May 18.

Physical Description: See 107
Box 92

Aldous Huxley, discussion with Walter Allen, "Talking about books: A discussion of books with Utopian themes". UCLA Tape No. 109B no date.

Physical Description: See 109
Box 92

Aldous Huxley, discussion with Walter Allen and John Morgan, BBC, regarding "On Art and Artists". UCLA Tape No. 109A 1964 Dec 12.

Physical Description: See 109
Box 92, Folder 2

109A: Aldous Huxley, discussion with Walter Allen and John Morgan, BBC, regarding "On Art and Artists," 109B: Aldous Huxley, discussion with Walter Allen, "Talking about books: A discussion of books with Utopian themes". UCLA Tape No. 109 1964 Dec 28 and no date.

Physical Description: 3-3/4 ips, monophonic, 1 each side, side 2-30 min. Note on box: Side 1: From the BBC, "Talking about books: A discussion of books with Utopian themes," Walter Allen, Richard Hoggart, anda the late Aldous Huxley ('Island'). Originally recorded. Duplicate of Mr. Sullivan's H-7. Side 2: From the BBC, "Aldous Huxley talks with Walter Allen & John Morgan - excerpts from a series of interview with Mr. Huxley on the BBc in 19__? B-cast on WFMT, Chicago, 12/28?74, Duplicate of M. Sullivan's H-8."
Box 94, Folder 6

Aldous Huxley and Dr. P. Sorokin, excerpts from taped conversation between Huxley and Sorokin. UCLA Tape No. 143 1959 Mar.

Physical Description: 3-3/4 ips, both sides.
Box 95, Folder 3

Aldous Huxely, interview, Island, unidentifed interviewer. UCLA Tape No. 154 no date.

Physical Description: Note on reel: "About 5 minutes. H. speaks about Island. The rest silent tape."
Box 95, Folder 4

Aldous Huxley with Dr. Hermen Harvey, "The Sum and Substance", Broadcast on "The Learning Stage", Candian Broadcasting Corporation. UCLA Tape No. 155 1966 Sep 9.

Physical Description: Note on reel label: The Learning Stage dub, Sept. 9*66, 01615."
Box 99, Folder 8

Aldous Huxley, interview, Man on Earth, or Moon [?], KPFA. UCLA Tape No. 218 1962.

Box 99, Folder 10

Aldous Huxley, interview, On Image and Reality, Science Reporter, MIT, rebroadcast, WTTW Chicago. UCLA Tape No. 220 1961 May 3.

Box 101, Folder 6

Aldous Huxley, Laura Huxley, interview, Conversations Californiennes, French language. UCLA Tape No. 245 1983.

Physical Description: French Language
 

Lectures and Speeches.

 

[Human Potentialities ?].

Box 22, Folder 8

Title on transcript includes "Lecture 7". 16 November 1960.

Physical Description: Includes edits [of transcriber ?]
 

[Talk at Madras].

Box 56, Folder 2

Transcription and correspondence. 1961 Nov 14.

 

[Visionary Experience].

Box 23, Folder 9

MIT, Title on transcript includes "Lecture 6, Part I, Part II". 9 Nov 1960.

Physical Description: Includes edits [transcriber's ?]
Box 23, Folder 10

[-]. no date.

Physical Description: Includes edits [transcriber's ?]
 

Address on AH's own career.

Box 50, Folder 21

Typed draft with holograph edits. 1962 [?].

 

Address on FAO's campaign against hunger.

Box 50, Folder 20

Typed draft with holograph edits. no date.

 

Ancient View of Human Nature (The).

Box 23, Folder 3

Part of "What a Piece of Work is Man" Series, MIT, holograph note on transcript "NAEB Radio Network". no date.

 

Art.

Box 22, Folder 20

. no date.

 

Art, The Artist and Society.

Box 22, Folder 17

UCSB. 1 Jun 1959.

 

Aun Aprendo (I Am Still Learning).

Box 46, Folder 2

Pamphlet and correspondence, commencement address, Happy Valley School, Ojai, CA. 1951 Jun 14; 1991 May 3.

 

Communist Science Drops Conscience.

Box 22, Folder 6

Title on Transcript includes "Lecture 6". 7 Apr 1959.

 

Contemporary Views of Human Beings.

Box 23, Folder 4

MIT, Title on transcript includes "Lecture 2". 13 Oct 1960.

 

Ego (The).

Box 22, Folder 18

. no date.

 

Future is in Our Hands (The).

Box 22, Folder 7

Santa Barbara. no date.

 

How Original is Original Sin.

Box 22, Folder 21

. no date.

 

Human Potentialities and their Development.

Box 56, Folder 3

Bulletin announcement, Alpha Omega alumni. 1963 Feb.

 

Human Resources.

Box 50, Folder 4

Lecture and publication for third volume of World Academy of Art and Science. 1965 [?].

Physical Description: includes handwritten draft, typed draft with handwritten edits, printed prospectus, pamphlet concerning the function of the World Academy of Art and Science and typed list of members
 

Individual Life of Man (The).

Box 22, Folder 24

Santa Barbara. no date.

 

Integrate Education [?].

Box 22, Folder 19

. no date.

 

Language.

Box 22, Folder 22

. no date.

 

Latent Human Potentialities.

Box 22, Folder 10

Title on transcript includes "Lecture 17, Part I" and "Lecture 17, Part II". 7 Dec 1959.

 

Man and Civilization Control of the Mind.

Box 22, Folder 9

UC Berkeley. 28 Jan 1961.

 

Man and His Planet.

Box 22, Folder 14

Title on transcript includes "Lecture 2". 16 Feb 1959.

 

Man and Religion.

Box 22, Folder 25

. no date.

 

More Nature in Art.

Box 23, Folder 2

Title on transcript includes "Lecture 3". 2 Mar 1959.

 

Natural History of Visions.

Box 22, Folder 12

. 14 Dec 1959.

 

Politics of Ecology (The).

Box 22, Folder 23

Santa Barbara. Mar 1962.

 

Population Explosion (The).

Box 22, Folder 15

. 9 Mar 1959.

 

Problem of Human Nature (The).

Box 23, Folder 1

Title on transcript includes "Lecture II". 28 Sept 1959.

 

Recordings.

Box , Folder 

Label reads: "Stories and Poems Aldous Huxley # 01125 The Dwarfs from 'Chrome Yellow' Recorded 1949 Los Angeles" [re-issued by Big Sur Tapes in 1972]. UCLA Tape No. 436 1949.

Physical Description: not digitized
 

Label reads: "Stories and Poems Aldous Huxley Sermon in Cats from 'Music at Night' Poems from 'The Cicadas' [copyright] 1949" [re-issued by Big Sur Tapes 1972]. UCLA Tape No. 435 1949.

Physical Description: not digitized
 

Label reads: "[side A] Aldous Huxley Sermons in Cats / Poems form the Cicadas [side B] Aldous Huxley The Dwarves from Chrome Yellow". UCLA Tape No. 437 no date.

Physical Description: not digitized ; 2 tapes, duplicate tape included under this UCLA Tape No.
 

Label reads: "Stephen Holler Gerald Heard -Guide of Souls" [issued by Big Sur Tapes]. UCLA Tape No. 439 no date.

 

Label reads: "Stephen Holler Aldous Huxley Perennial Philosopher" [issued by Big Sur Tapes]. UCLA Tape No. 440 no date.

 

label reads: "Aldous Big Sur Tape? [crossed out] UCSB lecture series ?". UCLA Tape No. 442 no date.

Physical Description: not digitized
 

Label reads: "Time Must have a Stop Aldous Huxley Readings from Recorded 1949 Los Angeles" [re-issued by Big Sur Tapes 1972]. UCLA Tape No. 433 1949.

Physical Description: not digitized
 

Label reads: "The Population Explosion Aldous Huxley The Human Situation Series 62 Recorded Live 1959 Santa Barbara" [re-issued by Big Sur Tapes 1972]. UCLA Tape No. 434 1962.

Physical Description: not digitized
Box 85, Folder 1

Laura Huxley, unidentified speaking event, [discussing states of consciousness ?] ; Label reads: About Rage, "Dilusion". UCLA Tape No. 12 no date.

Physical Description: Note on tape: Side one: "Discussion About Rage", Side two: "Nothing." Note on cassette tape: "Dilusion."
Box 91, Folder 1

Aldous Huxley, discussion with faculty of Lake Forest College, Lake Forest, Ill. UCLA Tape No. 107A 1960 Apr 8.

Physical Description: See 107
Box 91, Folder 14

107A: Aldous Huxley, discussion with faculty of Lake Forest College, Lake Forest, Ill. 107B: Aldous Huxley, interview, Mike Wallace, "Democracy Today & Tomorrow," ABC-TV. UCLA Tape No. 107 1960 Apr 8 and 1958 May 18.

Physical Description: Side 2: monaural@ 3-3/4 ips, 30 min in each Sullivan's H-1 & 4. Note on box: Side 1 - all of tape, but last 10 minutes omitted; poor quality. Original owned by Lake Forest College, from Sullivan's H-3. Side 2: Segment A - 30 minutes interivew with AH by Mike Wallace on ABC-TV, 18 May 1958, "Democracy Today & Tomorrow", Sullivan's H-1. Side 2: Segment B - 30 minutes, MIT Science Reporter: AH on Image and Reality" from NET-TV, Sullivan's H-4. With yellow post-it note: "What is a proper education for freedom."
Box 92, Folder 1

Aldous Huxley, lecture, "The future is in our hands". UCLA Tape No. 108 1959 Apr 27.

Physical Description: 3-3/4 ips, full track. Lecture 9.
Box 92, Folder 3

Aldous Huxley, lecture, Integrate education (original tape damaged). UCLA Tape No. 110 1959 Feb 9.

Physical Description: 3-3/4 ips, full track. Lecture 1.
Box 92, Folder 4

Aldous Huxley, lecture, Man and his planet. UCLA Tape No. 111 1959 Feb 16.

Physical Description: 3-3/4 ips, full track. Lecture 2.
Box 92, Folder 5

Aldous Huxley, lecture, More nature in art. UCLA Tape No. 112 1959 Mar 2.

Physical Description: 3-3/4 ips, full track. Lecture 3.
Box 92, Folder 6

Aldous Huxley, lecture, Population Explosion (The), Part I. UCLA Tape No. 113 1959 Mar 9.

Physical Description: 3-3/4 ips, full track. Lecture 4, Part I of II.
Box 92, Folder 7

Aldous Huxley, lecture, Population Explosion (The), Part II. UCLA Tape No. 114 1959 Mar 9.

Physical Description: 3-3/4 ips, full track. Lecture 4, Part II of II.
Box 92, Folder 8

Aldous Huxley, lecture, How originial is original sin, Part I. UCLA Tape No. 115 1959 Mar 16.

Physical Description: 3-3/4 ips, full track. Lecture 5, Part I of II.
Box 92, Folder 9

Aldous Huxley, lecture, How originial is original sin, Part II. UCLA Tape No. 116 1959 Mar 16.

Physical Description: 3-3/4 ips, full track. Lecture 5, Part II of II.
Box 92, Folder 10

Aldous Huxley, lecture, Communist science drops consicence, Part I. UCLA Tape No. 117 1959 Apr 7.

Physical Description: 3-3/4 ips, full track. Lecture 6, Part I of II.
Box 92, Folder 11

Aldous Huxley, lecture, Communist science drops consicence, Part II. UCLA Tape No. 118 1959 Apr 7.

Physical Description: 3-3/4 ips, full track. Lecture 6, Part II of II.
Box 92, Folder 12

Aldous Huxley, lecture, War and nationalism, Part I. UCLA Tape No. 119 1959 Apr 13.

Physical Description: 3-3/4 ips, full track. Lecture 7, Part I of II.
Box 92, Folder 13

Aldous Huxley, lecture, War and nationalism, Part II. UCLA Tape No. 120 1959 Apr 13.

Physical Description: 3-3/4 ips, full track. Lecture 7, Part II of II.
Box 92, Folder 14

Aldous Huxley, lecture, World's Future (The), Part I. UCLA Tape No. 121 1959 Apr 20.

Physical Description: 3-3/4 ips, full track. Lecture 8, Part I of II.
Box 93, Folder 1

Aldous Huxley, lecture, World's Future (The), Part II. UCLA Tape No. 122 1959 Apr 20.

Physical Description: 3-3/4 ips, full track. Lecture 8, Part II of II.
Box 93, Folder 2

Aldous Huxley, moderator, Darwin and Biology. UCLA Tape No. 123 1959 Oct 23.

Physical Description: 3-3/4 ips, full track.
Box 93, Folder 3

Aldous Huxley, lecture, Art, Artist, and Society, UCSB. UCLA Tape No. 124 1959 Jun 1.

Physical Description: 3-3/4 ips, full track.
Box 93, Folder 4

Aldous Huxley, lecture, Individual Life of Man (The). UCLA Tape No. 125 1959 Sep 21.

Physical Description: 3-3/4 ips, full track. Lecture 10.
Box 93, Folder 5

Aldous Huxley, lecture, Problem of Human Nature (The). UCLA Tape No. 126 1959 Sep 28.

Physical Description: 3-3/4 ips, full track. Lecture 11.
Box 93, Folder 6

Aldous Huxley, lecture, Ego (The). UCLA Tape No. 127 1959 Oct 5.

Physical Description: 3-3/4 ips, full track. Lecture 12.
Box 93, Folder 7

Aldous Huxley, lecture, Unconscious (the). UCLA Tape No. 128 1959 Oct 12.

Physical Description: 3-3/4 ips, full track. Lecture 13.
Box 93, Folder 8

Aldous Huxley, lecture, Language. UCLA Tape No. 129 1959 Oct 26.

Physical Description: 3-3/4 ips, full track. Lecture 14.
Box 93, Folder 9

Aldous Huxley, moderator, Darwin and Social Sciences. UCLA Tape No. 130 1959 Nov 6.

Physical Description: 3-3/4 ips, full track.
Box 93, Folder 10

Aldous Huxley, lecture, Art. UCLA Tape No. 131 1959 Nov 9.

Physical Description: 3-3/4 ips, full track. Lecture 15.
Box 93, Folder 11

Aldous Huxley, moderator, Darwin and Religion. UCLA Tape No. 132 1959 Nov 20.

Physical Description: 3-3/4 ips, full track.
Box 93, Folder 12

Aldous Huxley, lecture, Man and Religion. UCLA Tape No. 133 1959 Nov 23.

Physical Description: 3-3/4 ips, full track. Lecture 16.
Box 93, Folder 13

Aldous Huxley, moderator, Darwin and Philosophy. UCLA Tape No. 134 1959 Dec 4.

Physical Description: 3-3/4 ips, full track.
Box 93, Folder 14

Aldous Huxley, lecture, Latent Human Potentialities, Part I. UCLA Tape No. 135 1959 Dec 7.

Physical Description: 3-3/4 ips, full track. Lecture 17, Part I of II.
Box 93, Folder 15

Aldous Huxley, lecture, Latent Human Potentialities, Part II (original tape damaged). UCLA Tape No. 136 1959 Dec 7.

Physical Description: 3-3/4 ips, full track. Lecture 17, Part II of II.
Box 93, Folder 16

Aldous Huxley, lecture, Natural History of Visions, Part I, UCSB. UCLA Tape No. 137 1959 Dec 14.

Physical Description: 3-3/4 ips, full track. Part I of II.
Box 94

Aldous Huxley, lecture, Human potentialities, conclusion (continued from UCLA tape no. 142A); Aldous Huxley, interview, "Kaleidoscope", NET-TV. UCLA Tape No. 142B 1962 Oct; 1963 Jul 21.

Physical Description: See 142
Box 94

Aldous Huxley, lecture, Visionary Experience, Part II (continued from 147A), Discussion with students (low sound quality), Lake Forest College, Lake Forest, IL. UCLA Tape No. 147B 1960 Apr 7.

Physical Description: See 147
Box 94

Aldous Huxley, lecture, Visionary Experience, Part I, Lake Forest College, Lake Forest, IL. UCLA Tape No. 147A 1960 Apr 7.

Physical Description: See 147
Box 94

Aldous Huxley, lecture, Human potentialities (concluded on UCLA tape no. 142B). UCLA Tape No. 142A 1962 Oct.

Physical Description: See 142
Box 94, Folder 1

Aldous Huxely, lecture, Natural history of visions, Part II, UCSB. UCLA Tape No. 138 1959 Dec 14.

Physical Description: 3-3/4 ips, full track. Part II of II.
Box 94, Folder 2

Aldous Huxley, lecture, Man and civilization: Control of the mind, Part I, UC Berkeley. UCLA Tape No. 139 1961 Jan 28.

Physical Description: 3-3/4 ips, full track. U.C. Berkeley. Part I.
Box 94, Folder 3

Aldous Huxley, lecture, Man and civilization: Control of the mind, Part II, UC Berkeley. UCLA Tape No. 140 1961 Jan 28.

Physical Description: 3-3/4 ips, full track. U.C. Berkeley. Part II.
Box 94, Folder 4

Aldous Huxley and others, panel and discussion, Politics of Ecology, Center for the Study of Democratic Institutions, Santa Barbara, CA. UCLA Tape No. 141 1962 Mar.

Physical Description: 3-3/4 ips, half track. U.C. Berkeley. Part II. Approx. 48 minutes. Center for the Study of Democratic Institutions.
Box 94, Folder 5

142A: Aldous Huxley, lecture, Human potentialities; 142B: Aldous Huxley, interview, "Kaleidoscope", NET- TV. UCLA Tape No. 142 1962 Oct; 1963 Jul 21.

Physical Description: 3-3/4 ips, one each side. Side 1: Aldous Huxley speaking on "Human potentialities," taped at Shimer College, Mount Carroll, Illinois. Original owned by radio station WNIB-FM, Chicaglo, Ill. Duplicate of M. Sullivan's H-5. Side 2: Conclusion of above and then interview with Aldous Huxley on NET-TV program, "Kaleidoscope." Re-run on WTTV, Chicago, original date not known. Duplicate of M. Sullivan's H-6.
Box 94, Folder 7

Aldous Huxley, lecture, Matter, mind and the question of survival, Part II, UCSB. UCLA Tape No. 144 1960 May 10.

Box 94, Folder 8

Aldous Huxley, lecture, Matter, mind and the question of survival, Part I, UCSB. UCLA Tape No. 145 1960 May 10.

Box 94, Folder 10

Aldous Huxley, lecture, Visionary Experience, Lake Forest College, Lake Forest, IL. UCLA Tape No. 147 1960 Apr 7.

Physical Description: 3-34 ips, 1 each side, monophonic. Taped at Lake Forest College, Lake Forest, Ill. Completed on side 2, and followed by discussion with students next day. Duplicate from original owned by Lake Forest College, Sullivan's H-2.
Box 94, Folder 11

Symposium on the Control of the Mind, Opening remarks and introduction, UC San Francisco. UCLA Tape No. 148 1961.

Physical Description: S.F. symposium on drugs, chairman introducing A.
Box 95

Aldous Huxley, lecture, Who are We?: Contemporary ideas, psychological aspects, Lecture IV, Part I. UCLA Tape No. 161A 1960 Apr 11.

Physical Description: See 161
Box 95

Aldous Huxley, lecture, Who are We?: Human potentialities, Lecture VI, Part II (continued from 163A). UCLA Tape No. 163B 1960 Apr 25.

Physical Description: See 163
Box 95

Aldous Huxley, lecture, Who are We?: Human potentialities, Lecture VI, Part I. UCLA Tape No. 163A 1960 Apr 25.

Physical Description: See 163
Box 95

Aldous Huxley, Panel discussion, Ultimate revolution (The)Part I, Berkeley Language Center [?]. UCLA Tape No. 157A 1962 Mar 20.

Physical Description: See 157
Box 95

Aldous Huxley, Panel discussion, Ultimate revolution (The) Part II (continued from 157A), Question and answer session, Berkeley Language Center [?]. UCLA Tape No. 157B 1962 Mar 20.

Physical Description: See 157
Box 95

Aldous Huxley, lecture, Who are We?: Contemporary ideas, psychological aspects, Lecture IV, Part II (continued from 161A). UCLA Tape No. 161B 1960 Apr 11.

Physical Description: See 161
Box 95, Folder 5

Aldous Huxley, Control of the Mind Symposium: Human potentialities, University of California, Rebroadcast on "Voices of Reason", Candian Broacasting Corporation. UCLA Tape No. 156 1966 Sep 9.

Physical Description: Note on reel label: "Voices of reason dub, Sept. 9*66, 01618."
Box 95, Folder 6

Aldous Huxley, Panel discussion, Ultimate revolution (The), Berkeley Language Center [?]. UCLA Tape No. 157 1962 Mar 20.

Physical Description: Note on reel label: "Huxley, A. 'The ultimate revolution,' 20/3/62."
Box 95, Folder 7

Aldous Huxley, lecture, Who are We?: Ancient concepts of human nature, Lecture I. UCLA Tape No. 158 1960 Mar 28.

Physical Description: Note on reel label: "Who are we? #10, 1960."
Box 95, Folder 8

Aldous Huxley, lecture, Who are We?: Contemporary ideas, Lecture II. UCLA Tape No. 159 1960 Apr 4.

Physical Description: Note on reel label: "Who are we? #11, 1960."
Box 95, Folder 9

Aldous Huxley, lecture, Who are We?: Symbols & first order experiences, Lecture III. UCLA Tape No. 160 1960 Apr 6.

Physical Description: Note on reel label: "Who are we? #12, 1960."
Box 95, Folder 10

Aldous Huxley, lecture, Who are We?: Contemporary ideas, psychological aspects, Lecture IV. UCLA Tape No. 161 1960 Apr 11.

Physical Description: Note on reel label: "Who are we? #13, 1960."
Box 95, Folder 11

Aldous Huxley, lecture, Who are We?: The individual in history, Lecture V. UCLA Tape No. 162 1960 Apr 18.

Physical Description: Note on reel label: "Who are we? #14, 1960."
Box 95, Folder 12

Aldous Huxley, lecture, Who are We?: Human potentialities, Lecture VI. UCLA Tape No. 163 1960 Apr 25.

Physical Description: Note on reel label: "Who are we? #15, 1960."
Box 95, Folder 13

Aldous Huxley, lecture, Human Potentialities [?], unknown location, Part I. UCLA Tape No. 164 no date.

Physical Description: Huxley #1
Box 95, Folder 14

Aldous Huxley, lecture, Human Potentialities [?], unknown location, Part II. UCLA Tape No. 165 no date.

Physical Description: Huxley #2
Box 96, Folder 1

Aldous Huxley, lecture, What a piece of work is a man?, Ancient Views of Human Nature, Lecture I, MIT, NAEB Radio Network. UCLA Tape No. 166 1960 Sep.

Physical Description: With notes on back of box: "Huxley, Aldous. What a piece of work is a man? 3-3/4. Producer: T.M. For Harper's - Beaulah Hagen. To: Iden Scott. Reel 1 of 7. Dub."
Box 96, Folder 2

Aldous Huxley, lecture, What a piece of work is a man?, Contemporary Picture (The), Lecture II, MIT, NAEB Radio Network. UCLA Tape No. 167 1960.

Physical Description: With notes on back of box: "Huxley, Aldous. What a piece of work is a man? 3-3/4. For Harper's - Beaulah Hagen. To: Iden Scott. Reel 2 of 7. Dub."
Box 96, Folder 3

Aldous Huxley, lecture, What a piece of work is a man?, Individual in History (The), Lecture III, MIT, NAEB Radio Network. UCLA Tape No. 168 1964 Mar 7.

Physical Description: With notes on back of box: "Huxley, Aldous. What a piece of work is a man? 3-3/4. dubbed March 7, 1964. By HBM. AMPEX. Note: Tail out!!!! Rewind before playing. To: Scott for Harper & Row. Reel 3 of 7."
Box 96, Folder 4

Aldous Huxley, lecture, What a piece of work is a man?, Symbols and Immediate Experience, Lecture IV, MIT, NAEB Radio Network. UCLA Tape No. 169 1964 Mar 7.

Physical Description: With notes on back of box: "Huxley, Aldous. What a piece of work is a man? 3-3/4. dubbed March 7, 1964. By HBM. AMPEX. Full. Note: Tail out!!!! Rewind before playing. To: Scott for Harper & Row. Reel 4 of 7. Dub."
Box 96, Folder 5

Aldous Huxley, lecture, What a piece of work is a man?, Why Art?, Lecture V, MIT, NAEB Radio Network. UCLA Tape No. 170 1964 Mar 7.

Physical Description: With notes on back of box: "Huxley, Aldous. What a piece of work is a man? 1960. 3-3/4. dubbed March 7, 1964. By HBM. AMPEX. Full. Note: Tail out!!!! Rewind before playing. To: Scott for Harper & Row. Reel 5 of 7. Dub."
Box 96, Folder 6

Aldous Huxley, lecture, What a piece of work is a man?, Visionary Experience, Lecture VI, MIT, NAEB Radio Network. UCLA Tape No. 171 1964 Mar 7.

Physical Description: With notes on back of box: "Huxley, Aldous. What a piece of work is a man? 1960. #6. 3-3/4. dubbed March 7, 1964. By HBM. AMPEX. Full. Note: Tail out!!!! Rewind before playing. To: Scott for Harper & Row. Reel 6 of 7. Dub. Note: This tape has broken in the middle. "
Box 96, Folder 7

Aldous Huxley, lecture, What a piece of work is a man?, Human Potentialities, Lecture VII, MIT, NAEB Radio Network. UCLA Tape No. 172 1964 Mar 7.

Physical Description: With notes on back of box: "Huxley, Aldous. What a piece of work is a man? 1960. #6 [sic]. 3-3/4. dubbed March 7, 1964. By HBM. AMPEX. Full. Note: Tail out!!!! Rewind before playing. To: Scott for Harper & Row. Reel 7 of 7. Dub. Note: This tape has broken in the middle. "
Box 96, Folder 8

Duplicate of UCLA Tape no. 166, Aldous Huxley, What a piece of work is a man?, Ancient Views of Human Nature, Lecture I, MIT. UCLA Tape No. 173 no date.

Physical Description: Variant of sound quality
Box 96, Folder 9

Duplicate of UCLA Tape no. 167, Aldous Huxley, lecture, What a piece of work is a man?, Contemporary Picture (The), Lecture II, MIT. UCLA Tape No. 174 no date.

Box 96, Folder 10

Duplicate of UCLA Tape no. 168, Aldous Huxley, lecture, What a piece of work is a man?, Individual in History (The), Part III, MIT. UCLA Tape No. 175 no date.

Box 96, Folder 11

Duplicate of UCLA Tape no. 169, Aldous Huxley, lecture, What a piece of work is a man?, Symbols and Immediate Experience, Lecture IV, MIT. UCLA Tape No. 176 no date.

Box 96, Folder 12

Duplicate of UCLA Tape no. 170, Aldous Huxley, lecture, What a piece of work is a man?, Why Art?, Lecture V, MIT. UCLA Tape No. 177 no date.

Box 96, Folder 13

Duplicate of UCLA Tape no. 171, Aldous Huxley, lecture, What a piece of work is a man?, Visionary Experience, Lecture VI, MIT. UCLA Tape No. 178 1960 Nov 9.

Physical Description: Note on box: "Huxley lecture #6, Visionary experience, Part I, Part II (2nd side), sent by Roy Lawson, MIT, 3 Feb 65"
Box 96, Folder 14

Duplicate of UCLA Tape no. 172, Aldous Huxley, lecture, What a piece of work is a man?, Human Potentialities, Lecture VII, MIT. UCLA Tape No. 179 no date.

Physical Description: Note on box: "Human potentials"
Box 97

Aldous Huxley, narrator, dramatization of Brave New World, The Theater of the Mind, CBS radio. UCLA Tape No. 181A 1956.

Physical Description: See 181
Box 97

Aldous Huxley, lecture, Visionary Experience (continued from 181 A, originally 2nd half of UCLA tape no. 181). UCLA Tape No. 181B no date.

Physical Description: See 181
Box 97

Duplicate of UCLA Tape no. 190 Aldous Huxley, lecture, Possibilities of man (The), San Francisco State College. UCLA Tape No. 191A 1961 Dec 7.

Physical Description: See 191
Box 97

Aldous Huxley, lecture, Visionary Experience, UC Berkeley. UCLA Tape No. 191B 1962 Apr 24.

Physical Description: See 191
Box 97, Folder 2

Aldous Huxley, narrator, dramatization of Brave New World, The Theater of the Mind, CBS radio; Aldous Huxley, lecture, Visionary Experience. UCLA Tape No. 181 1956; no date.

Physical Description: Narrated by AH. CBS radio workshop. William Conrad.
Box 97, Folder 3

Aldous Huxley, lecture, Why Art? (poor recording quality). UCLA Tape No. 182 1960 Apr.

Physical Description: Note on box: "3-3/4 ips. A. Tape from Lynch."
Box 97, Folder 4

Aldous Huxley with Lawrence Clark Powell, Majl Ewing, Grover Jacoby, Mrs. Frieda Lawrence Ravagli, Mrs. D. Mitchell, D.H. Lawrence roundtable, Friends of the Library (recording continued on UCLA tape no. 184). UCLA Tape No. 183 1952 Mar 7.

Physical Description: Reel #1.
Box 97, Folder 5

Aldous Huxley with Lawrence Clark Powell, Majl Ewing, Grover Jacoby, Mrs. Frieda Lawrence Ravagli, Mrs. D. Mitchell, D.H. Lawrence roundtable, Friends of the Library (continued from UCLA tape no. 183). UCLA Tape No. 184 1952 Mar 7.

Physical Description: Reel #2.
Box 97, Folder 6

Aldous Huxley, lecture, Human Potentialities, MIT (poor sound quality). UCLA Tape No. 185 1960 Apr.

Physical Description: Note on box: "3-3/4 ips. A tape from Lynch."
Box 97, Folder 7

Aldous Huxley, lecture, Visionary Experience, unknown location (poor sound quality). UCLA Tape No. 186 1960.

Physical Description: Note on box: "3-3/4"(?), ink is faded.
Box 97, Folder 8

Aldous Huxley, lecture, Human Potentialities, Symposium on the Control of the Mind, UC San Francisco. UCLA Tape No. 187 1961 Jan 28.

Physical Description: 3-3/4 speed. Note on box: "Track I. A-296. Human potentialities. Aldous Huxley. L-64'00". Intro-16'20". Closing- 0' 55". Jan 28, 1961. Track 2, cont. Un. Of Cal. San Francisco symposium on The Control of the Mind."
Box 97, Folder 9

Aldous Huxley, lecture, Population Explosion of World and Its Consequences, unknown location. UCLA Tape No. 188 1960 Sep 9.

Physical Description: Note on box: "H-9: Dartmouth College Convocation, "Great Issues of Conscience in Modern Medicine", Sept. 9, 1960, Chairman: Rene J. Dobos introduces Aldous Huxley, not titled, but about "Population explosion of world & its consequences," monoral, 1 hour @ 3-34 ips: dupe from Dartmouth. For Mrs. Aldous Huxley from Mercer Sullivan."
Box 97, Folder 10

Aldous Huxley, narrator, opening remarks only, dramatization of Brave New World, The Theater of the Mind, CBS radio. UCLA Tape No. 189 no date.

Physical Description: Reel 1 - 4" tape. Reel 2 - 3" tape. Reel 3 - 4" tape.
Box 97, Folder 11

Aldous Huxley, lecture, Possibilities of man (The), San Francisco State College. UCLA Tape No. 190 1961 Dec 7.

Physical Description: Note on box: "Aldous Huxley, "The Possibilities of Man," San Francisco State College."
Box 97, Folder 12

Duplicate of UCLA Tape no. 190, Aldous Huxley, lecture, Possibilities of man (The), San Francisco State College; Aldous Huxley, lecture, Visionary experience, UC Berkeley. UCLA Tape No. 191 1961 Dec 7; 1962 Apr 24.

Physical Description: Note on box: " two track recording, 3-3/4 ips. Track one: Aldous Huxley, "The Possibilities of Man," San Francisco State College, Dec. 7, 1961, intro. 3" 20", lecture 54" 45". Track two: aldous Huxley, "Visionary Experience, U.C. Berkeley, April 24, 1962, intorduction by E.W. Strong, intro. 12" 05", lecture: 32" 42". Box label is from University of California, Berkeley, Language Laboratory."
Box 97, Folder 13

Aldous Huxley, lecture, Visionary Experience, unknown location. UCLA Tape No. 192 no date.

Physical Description: 3-3/4. Note on box: "Dub of tape as edited on record - Visionary experience."
Box 97, Folder 14

Aldous Huxley, lecture, Visionary Experience, unknown location (different from UCLA Tape no. 192). UCLA Tape No. 193 1962 Apr 24.

Physical Description: 3-3/4. Note on box: "Track 1 , A-176, Visionary expereicne, Aldous Huxley, L-32' 45", Q 0 12' 05", closing - 2' 00", April 24, 1962."
Box 98

Aldous Huxley, lecture, Human Potentialities, symposium [?] [rebroadcast?]. UCLA Tape No. 200A 1965 Apr 1.

Physical Description: See 200
Box 98

Aldous Huxley, lecture, Human Potentialities, symposium [?] [rebroadcast?] (continued from UCLA Tape no. 200 A). UCLA Tape No. 200B 1965 Apr 1.

Physical Description: See 200
Box 98, Folder 6

Aldous Huxley, lecture, Human Potentialities, symposium ?. UCLA Tape No. 200 1965 Apr 1.

Physical Description: Note on box: "Reel 1, 3/3/4 tape speed, date 4-1-65, Master, 80 minutes, Aldous Huxley, 1-1/2 sides, Human potentialities."
Box 98, Folder 7

Aldous Huxley, lecture, Visionary Experience, Colgate (?) Symposium, Hamilton, NY. UCLA Tape No. 201 April 1962.

Physical Description: Note on box: "Reel 1, 3/3/4 tape speed, date 4-1-65, Master, 80 minutes, Aldous Huxley, 1-1/2 sides, Visionary experience,Berkeley, 1) Bach, 2 Intro, 3 ) Aldous - Visionary experience , Colgate (?) Symposium, Hamilton, NY - April 1962."
Box 98, Folder 8

Aldous Huxley, lecture, Visionary experience, unknown location, Part II ?. UCLA Tape No. 202 no date.

Physical Description: Note on tape label: "Huxley - Visionary experience - 15 ips Master."
Box 98, Folder 9

Aldous Huxley, lecture, Visionary experience, unknown location, Part I ?. UCLA Tape No. 203 no date.

Physical Description: Note on tape label: "Huxley - Visionary experience - 15 ips Master." Note on box: "Ellen Gifford."
Box 98, Folder 10

Aldous Huxley, lecture, Visionary experience, unknown location, Part IV?. UCLA Tape No. 204 no date.

Physical Description: Note on tape label: "Huxley - Visionary experience - 15 ips Master."
Box 98, Folder 11

Duplicate of UCLA Tape no. 203, Aldous Huxley, Visionary experience, unknown location, Part I ?. UCLA Tape No. 205 no date.

Physical Description: Note on box: "3-3/4 ips full track, Aldous Huxley, Visionary experience (edited for LP)."
Box 98, Folder 12

Aldous Huxley, lecture, Human Potentialities. UCLA Tape No. 206 no date.

Physical Description: Note on box: "Aldous Huxley: Human potentialities, copy of redited record master, 3-3/4 ips monophonic copy, heads."
Box 99, Folder 5

Aldous Huxley, narrator, dramatization of Brave New World, Theater of the Mind, CBS Radio Workshop. UCLA Tape No. 215 1956.

Physical Description: Note on insert: "Brave New World, CBS Radio Workshop 1.27.56, 2.3.56, Aldous Speaking"
Box 99, Folder 6

Julian Huxley, The Evolutionary Vision, Darwin Centennial Celebration. UCLA Tape No. 216 1959.

Physical Description: Note on insert: "The Chicago Centennial" MS. Note attached: "The Chicago Darwin Centennial, 1959, A-, Julian and others"
Box 99, Folder 7

Aldous Huxley, lecture, The Ultimate Revolution [?], KPFA, rebroadcast?. UCLA Tape No. 217 1959.

Physical Description: Note on insert: "The Ultimate Revolution; Not clear"
Box 99, Folder 9

Aldous Huxley, moderator, Whither Evolution: The Darwin Centennial, KPFA. UCLA Tape No. 219 1960.

Box 100, Folder 5

Laura Huxley and William Irwin Thompson, panelists, Children: Our Ultimate Investment [?]. UCLA Tape No. 227 1994.

Physical Description: Handwritten label reads: "194 Conference Questions and Answers," Recording ends abruptly
Box 107, Folder 1

Label reads: "Aldous Huxley Human Potentialities AH-1-768A/B 15ips half-track mono MASTER". UCLA Tape No. 423 no date.

Physical Description: not digitized ; large reel 15 ips
Box 107, Folder 2

Label reads: "Aldous Huxley Visionary Experience AH 23768A/B 15 ips mono full-track MASTER". UCLA Tape No. 424 no date.

Physical Description: not digitized ; large reel 15 ips
Box 114, Folder 

Note inside box reads: Aldous Huxley seminar on Visionary Experience, Topeka, KS, 3/22/1960. UCLA Tape No. 384B 1960 Mar 22.

Physical Description: reel two of two; reel has broken pieces
 

Related Material.

Box 22, Folder 1

Whiting, Brooke, Letter and List and brief synopses of Aldous Huxley's lectures sent to Laura Huxley. 28 Jun 1965.

Physical Description: Included are some notes in Laura Huxley's handwriting
Box 22, Folder 2

Notes in various hands with timestamps on various lectures by Aldous Huxley. no date.

Box 22, Folder 3

Bibliography, constructed on what Aldous Huxley had been reading. no date.

Box 22, Folder 4

Notes in Laura Huxley's hand listing Aldous Huxley's lectures. no date.

 

Relationship of the Individual to History.

Box 23, Folder 7

MIT. no date.

Physical Description: Includes edits [transcriber's ?]
 

Relationship of the individual to history (The).

Box 23, Folder 5

MIT, Title on transcript includes "Lecture 3". 19 Oct 1960.

 

Seconda visita ad un Mondo Futuro.

Box 64, Folder 16

Transcript, published in Quaderni Aci. 1959.

 

Symbol and Immediate Experience.

Box 23, Folder 6

MIT. 1960.

 

Ultimate Revolution (The).

Box 22, Folder 5

UC Berkeley, Introduction by Mark Brenner. 20 Mar 1962.

 

Unconscious (The).

Box 22, Folder 13

Title on transcript includes "Lecture 13". 12 Oct 1959.

 

Various.

Box 56, Folder 1

Holograph lecture notes on various topics. [1960s?].

 

Visionary Experience.

Box 45, Folder 21

Notes, holograph [in Aldous Huxley's hand], 4 pages. no date.

Box 45, Folder 22

Notes, holograph [in Aldous Huxley's hand], 12 pages, [notes for MIT lecture ?]. no date.

Box 45, Folder 23

Notes, holograph [in Huxley's hand] 15 leaves, [MIT or Copenhagen]. 1960.

 

War and Nationalism.

Box 22, Folder 16

Title on transcript includes "Part I, Lecture 7". 13 Apr 1959.

 

Why Art.

Box 23, Folder 8

[MIT ?] Title on transcript includes "Lecture 5". 2 Nov 1960.

 

World's Future (The).

Box 22, Folder 11

Title on transcript includes "Part I, Lecture 8" and "Part II, Lecture 8". 20 Apri 1959.

 

Music.

 

Recordings.

 

Label reads: 52 North Indian Drums: 20, Wolves: 20, Tony Scott (Hare Krishna), Zen Meditation (Salon?) 21. UCLA Tape No. 340 no date.

Physical Description: CD
Box 85, Folder 9

Music, flute [Asian flute?] ; Label reads: M.H. lessons ; Zen Meditation and Other Joys; Karla Lama (?) UCLA Mai 5 '71; L. Practicing and Healers Apr 1971. UCLA Tape No. 20 1971.

Box 86, Folder 8

Label reads: Practicing Traviata with end. UCLA Tape No. 28 no date.

Physical Description: Note on tape: "Traviata 1 x 2 - no words"
Box 98

Music (continued from UCLA Tape no. 207 C). UCLA Tape No. 207D no date.

Physical Description: See 207
Box 98

Music (continued from UCLA Tape no. 207 B). UCLA Tape No. 207C no date.

Physical Description: See 207
Box 98

Music (continued from UCLA Tape no. 207 A). UCLA Tape No. 207B no date.

Physical Description: See 207
Box 98

Music, compilation of chants and nature sounds [collected by Aldous Huxley and Laura Huxley ?]. UCLA Tape No. 207A no date.

Physical Description: See 207
Box 98, Folder 13

Music, compilation of chants and nature sounds [collected by Aldous Huxley and Laura Huxley ?]. UCLA Tape No. 207 no date.

Physical Description: Note on box: Side 1 - Ketchak monkey chant (20 min.), Kalahari! Kung bushmen (55 min.), Tibetan monks, sides I & II (45 min), Heart sutra (women), Buddhist bells, gongs & drums (6 min.), Side 2 - Zen, Goeika & Shomyo changes, Side I (20 min.), Japanese temple music, I & II (45 min.), North Indian drums, II (20 min.), Wolves - Side II (20 min.), Tony Scott (Hare Krishna) & Zen meditations - Satori (21 min.)
Box 99, Folder 3

Music, Schone Neue Welt, Rock Musical nach Aldous Huxley. UCLA Tape No. 213 no date.

Box 106, Folder 1

Label reads: 52 North Indian Drums: 20, Wolves: 20, Tony Scott (Hare Krishna), Zen Meditation (Salon?) 21. UCLA Tape No. 340 no date.

 

Novels, Essays and Articles.

Box 20, Folder 33

Literature in General; Jonson, Ben. 1947.

 

[Exploring the Boundaries of the Mind].

Box 45, Folder 5

Typed Draft, with holograph edits, "Notes on a Mental Journey,". no date.

 

[Last Novel].

Box 58, Folder 8

Typed fragments with holograph corrections by Aldous Huxley, 57 leaves, some pages numbered [1 of 3]. no date.

Box 58, Folder 9

Photostatic copy of fragments with holograph corrections by Aldous Huxley, 57 leaves, some pages numbered [2 of 3]. no date.

Box 58, Folder 10

Typed fragments with holograph corrections by Aldous Huxley, 57 leaves, some pages numbered [3 of 3]. no date.

 

[Man and Space].

Box 45, Folder 2

Typed Draft, with many holograph edits, 23 pages. no date.

 

[No title].

Box 50, Folder 3

Fragment of essay on schizophrenia with holograph edits. no date.

Box 50, Folder 10

Draft of an untitled essay on censorship, typed copy.

 

[Note on Zen].

Box 50, Folder 11

Typed copy, preface [?]. no date.

 

[Poltics of Ecology ?].

Box 45, Folder 19

Notes, holograph [in Aldous Huxley's hand], on technology, developing countries and other topics. no date.

 

[Salt].

Box 45, Folder 10

Typed Draft, with holograph edits, 7 pages, [published in Home in Garden]. Mar 1963.

 

[Science, Technology and Beauty].

Box 45, Folder 12

Typed Draft, with holograph edits, heavily annotated, 13 pages, [some water damage]. no date.

 

A Book of Short Stories.

Box 47, Folder 34

Photocopy of foreword by Aldous Huxley. no date.

 

A Case for ESP, PK and PSI.

Box 47, Folder 10

Published article, in Life Magazine. 11 Jan 1954.

 

A Chance for Everybody.

Box 47, Folder 25

Photocopy of foreword by Aldous Huxley. 1939.

 

A Poet and Two Painters.

Box 47, Folder 40

Photocopy of preface by Aldous Huxley. 1939.

 

A reflective travel book about California.

Box 50, Folder 7

Photocopies of typed drafts of notes. no date.

 

Achieving a Perspective on the Technological Order.

Box 50, Folder 13

Proof copies. 1962.

 

Acupuncture for Wrinkles.

Box 51, Folder 8

Holograph copy. no date.

 

After Many a Summer Dies the Swan.

Box 47, Folder 4

Publicity Material. no date.

 

Aun Aprendo.

Box 47, Folder 15

Pamphlets, original and two later copies. 1951.

 

Below the Equator.

Box 58, Folder 6

Typed draft, film story outline, co-authored with Christopher Isherwood. no date.

 

Birth Control and the Catholic Doctrine.

Box 47, Folder 27

Photocopy of preface by Aldous Huxley. no date.

 

Brave New World.

Box 47, Folder 1

Photocopy of Article, "The Manuscript Revisions of Brave New World," by Donald Watt; Article "Brave New World", source unknown. no date.

Box 47, Folder 13

Photocopy of foreword [by Aldous Huxley?]. 1946.

Box 56, Folder 8

Typed copy [later edition?], edited by S.H. Burton, Longman Group Structural Readers, Stage 6. no date.

 

Brave New World Revisited.

Box 46, Folder 1

Photocopy of typescript, introduction by Sybille Bedford. no date.

 

Brave New World: A Musical Comedy.

Box 51, Folder 5

Photocopy; from Geller, James J. no date.

 

But time has a double nature….

Box 51, Folder 2

Two thermofax copies of holograph manuscript. no date.

 

Christmas Sketch An Unpublished Playlet.

Box 47, Folder 12

Booklet, manuscript facsimile, David Godine in collaboration with Dartmouth College Library. 1972.

 

Consider the Lillies.

Box 45, Folder 1

Book, in German Language, Schauet Die Lilien Erzahlungen. 1924.

 

Crows of Pear Blossom.

Box 46, Folder 11

Correspondence, Laura Huxley, regarding rights. 11 dec 1964.

Box 47, Folder 43

Correspondence. 1969.

 

Culture and the Individual.

Box 50, Folder 2

Typed drafts with holograph edits. 1963.

Physical Description: published in Playboy 1963 Nov
 

Doodles in the Dictionary.

Box 46, Folder 8

Typescript, carbon copy, published in Esquire Magazine, with related correspondence re: CBS radio broadcast. 1955 Apr.

 

Doors of Perception.

Box 47, Folder 9

Republished [as a "Book Condensation"], in Tomorrow Magazine, Quarterly Review of Psychical Research, Vol. 3 No. 3. 1955.

 

Drugs.

Box 46, Folder 3

Photocopy, published in Nash's Pall Mall Magazine 1932. 1932.

 

Education on the Non-Verbal Level.

Box 50, Folder 8

Paper prepared for MIT Centennial conference on science and engineering, typed copy. 1961.

 

Encyclopedia Britannica, Unpublished Essays.

Box 16, Folder 1

Preface, Introduction, Table of Contents. Drafts with Annotations and Edits. 1947.

Box 16, Folder 2

Introduction. Working Draft with Annotations and Edits. 1947.

Box 16, Folder 3

Revised Drafts of Essays on Various Authors. 1947.

Physical Description: Final Drafts? No indication of which subsection these essays belong to [literature? Philosophy and religion?]
Box 16, Folder 4

Mazzini, [Giuseppe]. 1947.

Box 16, Folder 5

Thoreau, Henry David. 1947.

Box 16, Folder 6

Mill, J.S. 1947.

Box 16, Folder 7

Nietzsche, Friedrich. 1947.

Box 16, Folder 8

Gracian, [Baltasar]. 1947.

Box 16, Folder 9

Russell, B. [Bertrand]. 1947.

Box 16, Folder 10

Fuller, [Thomas?]. 1947.

Box 16, Folder 11

Yates, W.B. 1947.

Box 16, Folder 12

Whitman, Walt. 1947.

Box 16, Folder 13

Dryden, [John]. 1947.

Box 16, Folder 14

Tolstoy, [Leo]. 1947.

Box 16, Folder 15

Milton, [John]. 1947.

Box 16, Folder 16

Cowley, [Abraham]. 1947.

Box 16, Folder 17

Macaulay, [Thomas Babington]. 1947.

Box 16, Folder 18

Emerson, [Ralph Waldo]. 1947.

Box 16, Folder 19

Amiel, [Henri-Frederic]. 1947.

Box 16, Folder 20

James, Henry. 1947.

Box 16, Folder 21

Eliot, [T.S.]. 1947.

Box 16, Folder 22

Buffon, [Georges-Louis Leclerc, Comte de]. 1947.

Box 16, Folder 23

Poe, [Edgar Allan]. 1947.

Box 16, Folder 24

Dostoevski, [Fyodor]. 1947.

Box 16, Folder 25

Rozanov, V.V. 1947.

Box 16, Folder 26

Allston, Washington. 1947.

Box 16, Folder 27

Traherne, [Thomas]. 1947.

Box 16, Folder 28

Dickens, [Charles]. 1947.

Box 16, Folder 29

Hunt, Leigh. 1947.

Box 16, Folder 30

Kropotkin, [Peter]. 1947.

Box 16, Folder 31

Gill, Eric. 1947.

Box 16, Folder 32

Shestov, Leo. 1947.

Box 16, Folder 33

Fry, Roger. 1947.

Box 16, Folder 34

Lamb, Charles. 1947.

Box 16, Folder 35

Coleridge, [Samuel Taylor]. 1947.

Box 16, Folder 36

Arnold, Matthew. 1947.

Box 16, Folder 37

Cowper, [William]. 1947.

Box 16, Folder 38

Spitteler, Carl. 1947.

Box 16, Folder 39

Reynolds, Joshua, Sir. 1947.

Box 16, Folder 40

Butler, Samuel. 1947.

Box 16, Folder 41

Woolf, [Virginia]. 1947.

Box 16, Folder 42

Feltham, Owen. 1947.

Box 16, Folder 43

Taine, [Hippolyte]. 1947.

Box 16, Folder 44

Browne, Thomas, Sir. 1947.

Box 16, Folder 45

Swift, [Jonathan]. 1947.

Box 16, Folder 46

Thackeray, [William Makepeace]. 1947.

Box 16, Folder 47

Belloc, [Hilaire]. 1947.

Box 16, Folder 48

Walton, [Izaak]. 1947.

Box 16, Folder 49

Galton, [Francis, Sir]. 1947.

Box 16, Folder 50

Feltham, [Owen?]. 1947.

Box 16, Folder 51

Inge, Dean. 1947.

Box 16, Folder 52

Gissing, [George Robert]. 1947.

Box 16, Folder 53

Marx, [Karl]. 1947.

Box 16, Folder 54

Kierkegaard, [Soren]. 1947.

Box 16, Folder 55

Borrow, [George]. 1947.

Box 16, Folder 56

Trotter, W. 1947.

Box 16, Folder 57

Seneca. 1947.

Box 16, Folder 58

Thompson, Francis. 1947.

Box 16, Folder 59

Kinglake, [Alexander William]. 1947.

Box 16, Folder 60

James, William. 1947.

Box 16, Folder 61

De Quincey, [Thomas]. 1947.

Box 16, Folder 62

Renan, [Ernest]. 1947.

Box 16, Folder 63

Stevenson, R. L. 1947.

Box 16, Folder 64

Forster, E.M. 1947.

Box 16, Folder 65

Voltaire. 1947.

Box 16, Folder 66

Wordsworth, [William]. 1947.

Box 16, Folder 67

Fielding, [Henry]. 1947.

Box 16, Folder 68

Shelley, [Percy Bysshe]. 1947.

Box 16, Folder 69

Douglas, [Norman]. 1947.

Box 16, Folder 70

More, Paul Elmer. 1947.

Box 16, Folder 71

Carlyle, [Thomas]. 1947.

Box 16, Folder 72

Cobbett, William. 1947.

Box 16, Folder 73

Trench, R.C. 1947.

Box 16, Folder 74

Vasari, [Giorgio]. 1947.

Box 16, Folder 75

Schumann, [Robert]. 1947.

Box 16, Folder 76

Pater, [Walter]. 1947.

Box 16, Folder 77

Heine, [Heinrich]. 1947.

Box 16, Folder 78

Shonagun. 1947.

Box 16, Folder 79

Eliot, George. 1947.

Box 16, Folder 80

Schopenhauer, [Arthur]. 1947.

Box 16, Folder 81

Bacon, [Francis]. 1947.

Box 16, Folder 82

Aubrey, John. 1947.

Box 16, Folder 83

Hsu, Kuo. 1947.

Box 16, Folder 84

Jerome, St. 1947.

Box 16, Folder 85

Bagehot, [Walter]. 1947.

Box 16, Folder 86

Jonson, Ben. 1947.

Box 16, Folder 87

Richards, I.A. 1947.

Box 16, Folder 88

Dickinson, Lowes. 1947.

Box 17, Folder 1

Personalities, Manners and Morals; Shonagon, Sei. 1947.

Box 17, Folder 2

Personalities, Manners and Morals; Lamb, Charles. 1947.

Box 17, Folder 3

Personalities, Manners and Morals; Trotter, William Finlayson. 1947.

Box 17, Folder 4

Personalities, Manners and Morals; Smith, Logan Pearsall. 1947.

Box 17, Folder 5

Personalities, Manners and Morals; Cowley, Abraham. 1947.

Box 17, Folder 6

Personalities, Manners and Morals; Heine, Heinrich. 1947.

Box 17, Folder 7

Personalities, Manners and Morals; Browne, Thomas, Sir. 1947.

Box 17, Folder 8

Personalities, Manners and Morals; Butler, Samuel. 1947.

Box 17, Folder 9

Personalities, Manners and Morals; Howell, James. 1947.

Box 17, Folder 10

Personalities, Manners and Morals; Addison, Joseph. 1947.

Box 17, Folder 11

Personalities, Manners and Morals; Steele, Richard, Sir. 1947.

Box 17, Folder 12

Personalities, Manners and Morals; Stanhope, Philip Dormer, Earl of Chesterfiled. 1947.

Box 17, Folder 13

Personalities, Manners and Morals; Goldsmith, Oliver. 1947.

Box 17, Folder 14

Personalities, Manners and Morals; Thackeray, William Makepeace. 1947.

Box 17, Folder 15

Personalities, Manners and Morals; Collins, William Wilkie. 1947.

Box 17, Folder 16

Personalities, Manners and Morals; Holmes, Oliver Wendell. 1947.

Box 17, Folder 17

Personalities, Manners and Morals; Twain, Mark. 1947.

Box 17, Folder 18

Personalities, Manners and Morals; Morely, Christopher. 1947.

Box 17, Folder 19

Personalities, Manners and Morals; Capek, Karel. 1947.

Box 17, Folder 20

Personalities, Manners and Morals; James, William. 1947.

Box 17, Folder 21

Personalities, Manners and Morals; Coleridge, Samuel Taylor. 1947.

Box 17, Folder 22

Personalities, Manners and Morals; Amiel, Henri Frederic. 1947.

Box 17, Folder 23

Personalities, Manners and Morals; Gorki, Maxim. 1947.

Box 17, Folder 24

Personalities, Manners and Morals; Francois, Duc de la Rochefoucald. 1947.

Box 17, Folder 25

Personalities, Manners and Morals; Shenstone, William. 1947.

Box 17, Folder 26

Personalities, Manners and Morals; Smith, Sydney. 1947.

Box 17, Folder 27

Personalities, Manners and Morals; Kierkegaard, Soren. 1947.

Box 17, Folder 28

Personalities, Manners and Morals; Baudelaire, Charles. 1947.

Box 17, Folder 29

Personalities, Manners and Morals; Gourmont, Remy de. 1947.

Box 17, Folder 30

Personalities, Manners and Morals; Kafka, Franz. 1947.

Box 17, Folder 31

Personalities, Manners and Morals; Theophrastus. 1947.

Box 17, Folder 32

Personalities, Manners and Morals; Bruyere, Jean de la. 1947.

Box 17, Folder 33

Personalities, Manners and Morals; Hyde, Edward, Earl of Clarendon. 1947.

Box 17, Folder 34

Personalities, Manners and Morals; Cooper, Anthony Ashley, Earl of Shaftesbury. 1947.

Box 17, Folder 35

Personalities, Manners and Morals; Secondat, Chalres de, Baron de Montesquieu. 1947.

Box 17, Folder 36

Personalities, Manners and Morals; Clapier, Luc de, Marquis de Vauvenargues. 1947.

Box 17, Folder 37

Personalities, Manners and Morals; Liu An, Prince of Huai-Nan. 1947.

Box 17, Folder 38

Personalities, Manners and Morals; Seneca, Lucius Annaenus. 1947.

Box 17, Folder 39

Personalities, Manners and Morals; Bacon, Francis, Baron Verulam. 1947.

Box 17, Folder 40

Personalities, Manners and Morals; Gracian, Baltasar. 1947.

Box 17, Folder 41

Personalities, Manners and Morals; Feltham, Owen. 1947.

Box 17, Folder 42

Personalities, Manners and Morals; Voltaire, Francois Marie Arouet de. 1947.

Box 17, Folder 43

Personalities, Manners and Morals; Johnson, Samuel. 1947.

Box 17, Folder 44

Personalities, Manners and Morals; Franklin, Benjamin. 1947.

Box 17, Folder 45

Personalities, Manners and Morals; Carlyle, Thomas. 1947.

Box 17, Folder 46

Personalities, Manners and Morals; Emerson, Ralph Waldo. 1947.

Box 17, Folder 47

Personalities, Manners and Morals; Turgenev, Ivan Sergeyevich. 1947.

Box 17, Folder 48

Personalities, Manners and Morals; Thoreau, Henry David. 1947.

Box 17, Folder 49

Personalities, Manners and Morals; Croce, Bendetto. 1947.

Box 17, Folder 50

Personalities, Manners and Morals; Eliot, George. 1947.

Box 17, Folder 51

Personalities, Manners and Morals; Hearn, Lafcadio. 1947.

Box 17, Folder 52

Personalities, Manners and Morals; Gissing, George. 1947.

Box 17, Folder 53

Personalities, Manners and Morals; Forster, E.M. 1947.

Box 17, Folder 54

Nature; Goethe, Johann Wolfgang von. 1947.

Box 17, Folder 55

Nature; Goethe, Whitman, Walt. 1947.

Box 17, Folder 56

Nature; Kierkegaard, Soren. 1947.

Box 17, Folder 57

Nature; Maeterlinck, Maurice. 1947.

Box 17, Folder 58

Nature; Ruskin, John. 1947.

Box 17, Folder 59

Nature; White, Gilbert. 1947.

Box 17, Folder 60

Nature; Hudson, William Henry. 1947.

Box 17, Folder 61

Nature; Cowper, William. 1947.

Box 17, Folder 62

Nature; LeClerc, Georges Louis, Comte de Buffon. 1947.

Box 17, Folder 63

Nature; Tomlinson, Henry Major. 1947.

Box 17, Folder 64

Nature; Walton, Izaak. 1947.

Box 18, Folder 1

Travel; De Quincey, Thomas. 1947.

Box 18, Folder 2

Travel; Hunt, Leigh. 1947.

Box 18, Folder 3

Travel; Kinglake, Alexander William. 1947.

Box 18, Folder 4

Travel; Beckford, William. 1947.

Box 18, Folder 5

Travel; Douglas, Norman. 1947.

Box 18, Folder 6

Travel; Waterton, Charles. 1947.

Box 18, Folder 7

Travel; Huc, Evariste Regis. 1947.

Box 18, Folder 8

Travel; Melville, Herman. 1947.

Box 18, Folder 9

Travel; Conrad, Joseph. 1947.

Box 18, Folder 10

Travel; Dickens, Charles. 1947.

Box 18, Folder 11

Travel; Ward, Artemus. 1947.

Box 18, Folder 12

Travel; Cobbett, William. 1947.

Box 18, Folder 13

Travel; Borrow, George. 1947.

Box 18, Folder 14

Travel; Lawrence, D.H. 1947.

Box 18, Folder 15

Education; Fuller, Thomas. 1947.

Box 18, Folder 16

Education; Aubrey, John. 1947.

Box 18, Folder 17

Education; Kierkegaard, Soren. 1947.

Box 18, Folder 18

Education; Nietzsche, Friedrich Wilhlem. 1947.

Box 18, Folder 19

Education; Gourmont, Remy de. 1947.

Box 18, Folder 20

Education; Alfred the Great, King of the West Saxons. 1947.

Box 18, Folder 21

Education; Bacon, Francis, Baron Verulam. 1947.

Box 18, Folder 22

Education; Newman, John Henry. 1947.

Box 18, Folder 23

Education; Arnold, Matthew. 1947.

Box 18, Folder 24

Education; More, Paul Elmer. 1947.

Box 18, Folder 25

Education; Lippman, Walter. 1947.

Box 18, Folder 26

Politics and Economics; Valery, Paul. 1947.

Box 18, Folder 27

Politics and Economics; Marx, Karl. 1947.

Box 18, Folder 28

Politics and Economics; Belloc, Hilaire. 1947.

Box 18, Folder 29

Politics and Economics; Russell, Betrand. 1947.

Box 18, Folder 30

Politics and Economics; Acton, John Dalberg, Sir, first Baron Acton. 1947.

Box 18, Folder 31

Politics and Economics; Kropotkin, Peter Alexeyevich. 1947.

Box 18, Folder 32

Politics and Economics; Richards, Ivor Armstrong. 1947.

Box 18, Folder 33

Politics and Economics; Lowell, James Russell. 1947.

Box 18, Folder 34

Politics and Economics; Repplier, Agnes. 1947.

Box 18, Folder 35

Politics and Economics; Ellis, Havelock. 1947.

Box 18, Folder 36

Politics and Economics; Tolstoy, Leo, Count. 1947.

Box 18, Folder 37

Politics and Economics; Spencer, Herbert. 1947.

Box 18, Folder 38

Politics and Economics; Voltaire, Francois Marie Arouet. 1947.

Box 18, Folder 39

Politics and Economics; Pound, Roscoe. 1947.

Box 18, Folder 40

Politics and Economics; Milton, John. 1947.

Box 18, Folder 41

Politics and Economics; Jefferson, Thomas. 1947.

Box 18, Folder 42

Politics and Economics; Mencken, Henry Louis. 1947.

Box 18, Folder 43

Politics and Economics; Inge, William Ralph. 1947.

Box 18, Folder 44

Politics and Economics; Irving, Washington. 1947.

Box 18, Folder 45

Politics and Economics; Swift, Jonathan. 1947.

Box 19, Folder 1

Philosophy and Religion; Eddington, Arthur Stanley, Sir. 1947.

Box 19, Folder 2

Philosophy and Religion; Spinoza, Baruch. 1947.

Box 19, Folder 3

Philosophy and Religion; Buyan, John. 1947.

Box 19, Folder 4

Philosophy and Religion; Renan, Ernest. 1947.

Box 19, Folder 5

Philosophy and Religion; Schopenhauer, Arthur. 1947.

Box 19, Folder 6

Philosophy and Religion; Nietzsche, Friedrich Wilhelm. 1947.

Box 19, Folder 7

Philosophy and Religion; Shestov, Leo. 1947.

Box 19, Folder 8

Philosophy and Religion; Unamuno, Miguel de. 1947.

Box 19, Folder 9

Philosophy and Religion; Huxley, Thomas Henry. 1947.

Box 19, Folder 10

Philosophy and Religion; Bergson, Henri. 1947.

Box 19, Folder 11

Philosophy and Religion; Tolstoy, Leo, Count. 1947.

Box 19, Folder 12

Philosophy and Religion; Penn, William. 1947.

Box 19, Folder 13

Philosophy and Religion; Coleridge, Samuel Taylor. 1947.

Box 19, Folder 14

Philosophy and Religion; Rosanov, Vasili. 1947.

Box 19, Folder 15

Philosophy and Religion; Jeans, James, Sir. 1947.

Box 19, Folder 16

Philosophy and Religion; Tsang, Hsuan. 1947.

Box 19, Folder 17

Philosophy and Religion; Saint Jerome. 1947.

Box 19, Folder 18

Philosophy and Religion; Wallace, Alfred, Russel. 1947.

Box 19, Folder 19

Philosophy and Religion; Donne, John. 1947.

Box 19, Folder 20

Philosophy and Religion; Traherne, Thomas. 1947.

Box 19, Folder 21

Philosophy and Religion; Fenelon, Francois de Salignac de la Monthe. 1947.

Box 19, Folder 22

Philosophy and Religion; Chesterton, Gilbert Keith. 1947.

Box 19, Folder 23

Philosophy and Religion; Galton, Francis, Sir. 1947.

Box 19, Folder 24

Philosophy and Religion; Huxley, Julian, Sir. 1947.

Box 19, Folder 25

Philosophy and Religion; Haldane, J.B.S. 1947.

Box 19, Folder 26

Philosophy and Religion; Beebe, William. 1947.

Box 19, Folder 27

Philosophy and Religion; Bacon, Francis, Baron Verulam. 1947.

Box 19, Folder 28

Philosophy and Religion; Goethe, Johann Wolfgang von. 1947.

Box 19, Folder 29

Philosophy and Religion; Hume, David. 1947.

Box 19, Folder 30

Philosophy and Religion; Yeats, William Butler. 1947.

Box 19, Folder 31

Philosophy and Religion; Shaw, George Bernard. 1947.

Box 19, Folder 32

Philosophy and Religion; Carpenter, Edward. 1947.

Box 19, Folder 33

Philosophy and Religion; Whitman, Walt. 1947.

Box 19, Folder 34

Philosophy and Religion; Tzu, Chuang. 1947.

Box 19, Folder 35

Arts; Coomaraswamy, Ananda Kentish. 1947.

Box 19, Folder 36

Arts; Hsi, Kuo. 1947.

Box 19, Folder 37

Arts; Kenko, Yoshida. 1947.

Box 19, Folder 38

Arts; Vasari, Giorgio. 1947.

Box 19, Folder 39

Arts; Pater, Walter, Horatio. 1947.

Box 19, Folder 40

Arts; Reynolds, Joshua, Sir. 1947.

Box 19, Folder 41

Arts; Allston, Washington. 1947.

Box 19, Folder 42

Arts; Ruskin, John. 1947.

Box 19, Folder 43

Arts; Hawthorne, Nathaniel. 1947.

Box 19, Folder 44

Arts; Fry, Roger Eliot. 1947.

Box 19, Folder 45

Arts; Sickert, Walter Richard. 1947.

Box 19, Folder 46

Arts; Viollet-Le-Duc, Eugene Emmanuel. 1947.

Box 19, Folder 47

Arts; Santayana, George. 1947.

Box 20, Folder 1

Literature in Particular; Dryden, John. 1947.

Box 20, Folder 2

Literature in Particular; Eliot, T.S. 1947.

Box 20, Folder 3

Literature in Particular; Taine, Hippolyte Adolphe. 1947.

Box 20, Folder 4

Literature in Particular; Forster, Edward Morgan. 1947.

Box 20, Folder 5

Literature in Particular; Wilson, Edmund. 1947.

Box 20, Folder 6

Literature in Particular; Borgese, Giuseppe Antonio. 1947.

Box 20, Folder 7

Literature in Particular; Dostoevsky, Fyodor. 1947.

Box 20, Folder 8

Literature in Particular; Rozanov, Vasili Vasilievich. 1947.

Box 20, Folder 9

Literature in Particular; Voltaire, Francois Marie Arouet de. 1947.

Box 20, Folder 10

Literature in Particular; Coleridge, Samuel Taylor. 1947.

Box 20, Folder 11

Literature in Particular; Hardenberg, Friedrich de, Baron. 1947.

Box 20, Folder 12

Literature in Particular; Goethe, Henri Frederic Amiel. 1947.

Box 20, Folder 13

Literature in Particular; Weil, Simone. 1947.

Box 20, Folder 14

Literature in Particular; Whitman, Walt. 1947.

Box 20, Folder 15

Literature in Particular; James, Henry. 1947.

Box 20, Folder 16

Literature in Particular; Kipling, Rudyard. 1947.

Box 20, Folder 17

Literature in Particular; Beerbohm, Max, Sir. 1947.

Box 20, Folder 18

Literature in Particular; Sante Beuve, Charles Augustin. 1947.

Box 20, Folder 19

Literature in Particular; Arnold, Matthew. 1947.

Box 20, Folder 20

Literature in Particular; Bagehot, Walter. 1947.

Box 20, Folder 21

Literature in Particular; Thompson, Francis. 1947.

Box 20, Folder 22

Literature in Particular; Strachey, Lytton. 1947.

Box 20, Folder 23

Literature in Particular; Hazlitt, William. 1947.

Box 20, Folder 24

Literature in Particular; Woolf, Virginia. 1947.

Box 20, Folder 25

Literature in Particular; Lessing, Gotthold Ephram. 1947.

Box 20, Folder 26

Literature in Particular; De Qunicey, Thomas. 1947.

Box 20, Folder 27

Literature in General; Blake, William. 1947.

Box 20, Folder 28

Literature in General; Coleridge, Samuel Taylor. 1947.

Box 20, Folder 29

Literature in General; Poincare, Jules Henri. 1947.

Box 20, Folder 30

Literature in General; Lowes, John Livingston. 1947.

Box 20, Folder 31

Literature in General; Goethe, Johann Wolfgang von. 1947.

Box 20, Folder 32

Literature in General; Wilde, Oscar. 1947.

Box 20, Folder 34

Literature in General; Stevenson, R.L. 1947.

Box 20, Folder 35

Literature in General; Nietzsche, Friedrich Wilhelm. 1947.

Box 20, Folder 36

Literature in General; Jobert, Joseph. 1947.

Box 20, Folder 37

Literature in General; Grillparzer, Franz. 1947.

Box 20, Folder 38

Literature in General; Shenstone, William. 1947.

Box 20, Folder 39

Literature in General; Wordsworth, William. 1947.

Box 20, Folder 40

Literature in General; Butler, Samuel. 1947.

Box 21, Folder 1

Literature in General; Spitteler, Carl. 1947.

Box 21, Folder 2

Literature in General; Baudelaire, Charles. 1947.

Box 21, Folder 3

Literature in General; Shelley, Percy Bysshe. 1947.

Box 21, Folder 4

Literature in General; Poe, Edgar Allan. 1947.

Box 21, Folder 5

Literature in General; Bradley, Andrew Cecil. 1947.

Box 21, Folder 6

Literature in General; Goethe, Johann Wolfgang von. 1947.

Box 21, Folder 7

Literature in General; Mill, John Stuart. 1947.

Box 21, Folder 8

Literature in General; Aristotle. 1947.

Box 21, Folder 9

Literature in General; Schlegel, August Wilhelm von. 1947.

Box 21, Folder 10

Literature in General; Dickinson, Goldsworthy Lowes. 1947.

Box 21, Folder 11

Literature in General; Fielding, Henry. 1947.

Box 21, Folder 12

Literature in General; Woolf, Virginia. 1947.

Box 21, Folder 13

Literature in General; Mann, Thomas. 1947.

Box 21, Folder 14

Literature in General; Macaulay, Thomas Babington. 1947.

Box 21, Folder 15

Literature in General; Gissing, George Robert. 1947.

Box 21, Folder 16

Literature in General; Trollope, Anthony. 1947.

 

Eyeless in Gaza.

Box 57, Folder 1

Page proofs with corrections by Aldous Huxley. [1936].

Box 57, Folder 2

Correspondence; also mentions Text and Pretext, Perennial Philosophy, and Grey Eminence. 1964.

Box 61, Folder 1

Final typescript for Harpers, chapters 1-13, with holograph corrections [1 of 3]. no date.

Box 61, Folder 2

Final typescript for Harpers, chapters 14-24, with holograph corrections [2 of 3]. no date.

Box 61, Folder 3

Final typescript for Harpers, chapters 25-53 [chapter 54 in published version], with holograph corrections [3 of 3]. no date.

 

Frederick Catherwood Arch.

Box 47, Folder 29

Photocopy of introduction by Aldous Huxley. 1950.

 

Genius and the Goddess.

Box 46, Folder 4

Reviews. 1955.

 

Grey Eminence.

Box 51, Folder 3

Setting copy with proofreader's notes; corrections by A.H. [?]; [1 of 2]. 1941.

Box 51, Folder 4

Setting copy with proofreader's notes; corrections by A.H. [?]; [2 of 2]. 1941.

Box 53, Folder 1

Page proof with author's corrections, holograph index manuscript with typed copy used by printer. 1941 Aug 27.

Physical Description: oversize box
 

Heaven and Hell.

Box 50, Folder 6

Typed drafts of several appendices to Heaven and Hell with holograph edits. no date.

 

Hopousia or the Sexual and Economic Foundations of.

Box 47, Folder 17

Photocopy of introduction by Aldous Huxley. no date.

 

How to Educate a Man.

Box 47, Folder 5

Published Article, in Fortnight Magazine of the Pacific Coast, Part II. Jun 1955.

 

Human Potentialities.

Box 50, Folder 9

Off prints. 1960s.

Box 64, Folder 25

Offprint, originally published in The Humanist Frame. no date.

Box 64, Folder 26

Offprint, originally published in The Humanist Frame, copy 2. no date.

Box 64, Folder 27

Offprint, originally published in The Humanist Frame, copy 3. no date.

 

Island.

Box 59, Folder 1

Typed draft with holograph corrections by Aldous Huxley, earliest extant manuscript, chapters 1-6 [1 of 3]. no date.

Box 59, Folder 2

Typed draft with holograph corrections by Aldous Huxley, earliest extant manuscript, chapters 9-12 [2 of 3]. no date.

Box 59, Folder 3

Typed draft with holograph corrections by Aldous Huxley, earliest extant manuscript, chapters 13-15 [3 of 3]. no date.

Box 59, Folder 4

Typed draft, early copy, chapters 1-6 [1 of 2]. no date.

Box 59, Folder 5

Typed draft, fair copy of original typescript; Chapter 9 (continuation until end), Chapter 10 (pp. 1-26), Chapter 11 (last part, pp. 33-40), Chapter 13 (second half), Chapter 14 (without heading from "she started the motor…"), Chapter 15 (pp. 24) [2 of 2]. no date.

Box 59, Folder 6

Typed draft with holograph corrections, earlier version of chapters 9-12. no date.

Box 59, Folder 7

Typed draft with holograph corrections, early version of chapter 15 (incomplete), includes one holograph page for chapter 15 [?]. no date.

Box 59, Folder 8

Notepad with holograph notes and sketches. no date.

Box 60, Folder 1

Final typescript for Chatto & Windus, Chapters 1-8 (Part I), pp. 1-215, with deletions and corrections by Aldous Huxley [1 of 2]. no date.

Box 60, Folder 2

Final typescript for Chatto & Windus, Chapters 9-15 (Part II), with deletions and corrections by Aldous Huxley [2 of 2]. no date.

Box 60, Folder 3

Final typescript for Chatto & Windus, first retyped manuscript, pp. 1-247; typescript by Mrs. R. Kloegman [1 of 2]. no date.

Box 60, Folder 4

Final typescript for Chatto & Windus, first retyped manuscript, pp. 248-530; typescript by Mrs. R. Kloegman [2 of 2]. no date.

Box 60, Folder 5

Page proofs from British edition, pp. 129-286 (end). 1962.

Box 60, Folder 6

Jacket blurb by Aldous Huxley, typescript, 2 drafts. no date.

Box 62, Folder 1

Typescript for Harpers; identical with English copy; Aldous Huxley's corrections transferred by a Chatto & Windus editor's hand in the American copy, with deleted full pages removed, chapters 1-6 [1 of 3]. no date.

Box 62, Folder 2

Typescript for Harpers; identical with English copy; Aldous Huxley's corrections transferred by a Chatto & Windus editor's hand in the American copy, with deleted full pages removed, chapters 7-11 [2 of 3]. no date.

Box 62, Folder 3

Typescript for Harpers; identical with English copy; Aldous Huxley's corrections transferred by a Chatto & Windus editor's hand in the American copy, with deleted full pages removed, chapters 12-15, with extra pages commisioned to be retyped [3 of 3]. no date.

Box 63, Folder 1

Harper edition, galley proofs. 1962 Jan 11.

Box 63, Folder 2

Harper edition, galley proofs with holograph corrections by Aldous Huxley; includes holograph dedication "To Laura" by Aldous Huxley. 1961 Dec 13.

Box 63, Folder 3

Harper edition, galley proofs before dedication "To Laura", uncorrected by Aldous Huxley, incomplete. no date.

 

Jacob's Hands.

Box 58, Folder 7

Mimeograph, 102 pages, co-authored by Christopher Isherwood. no date.

 

Jonah Christmas 1917.

Box 56, Folder 10

Photocopy, card catalog description. [1917].

 

Literature and Modern Life.

Box 50, Folder 12

Typed copy, holograph edits. 1962.

Physical Description: includes correspondence envelope addressed to Virginia Pfeiffer
 

Literature and Science.

Box 57, Folder 3

Typed draft with corrections by Aldous Huxley. [1963].

Box 57, Folder 4

Typed draft, intermediate, heavily corrected by Aldous Huxley. [1963].

Box 57, Folder 5

Typed draft, fair copy, pages 1-100. [1963].

Box 57, Folder 6

Typed draft, final, for Chatto & Windus, with introduction and translations, corrections by Aldous Huxley. [1963].

Box 57, Folder 7

Page proofs, pages 65-99. [1963].

Box 57, Folder 8

Typed script, used for setting, with revisions by Aldous Huxley. [1963].

Box 57, Folder 11

Typed Draft, early, pages 1-40. [1963].

Box 63, Folder 4

Galley proof with holograph corrections by Aldous Huxley. 1963 Apr 1.

Box 63, Folder 5

Page proofs, "probably not read by author", revised proof. 1963 May 1; 1963 Jun 11.

 

M. Alderton Pink a Realist Looks at Democracy.

Box 47, Folder 18

Photocopy of preface by Aldous Huxley. 1930.

 

Man and Space.

Box 45, Folder 3

Typed Draft, with holograph edits, 18 pages. no date.

Box 45, Folder 4

Typed Draft, with holograph edits. 18 pages, pencil note on page 1 "Great Ideas of Today, 1963 Britannica". [1963 ?].

 

Man on Earth.

Box 47, Folder 22

Photocopy of foreword by Aldous Huxley. no date.

 

Man's Most Dangerous Myth The Fallacy of Race.

Box 47, Folder 19

Photocopy of foreword by Aldous Huxley. no date.

 

Mescaline and the "Otherworld".

Box 46, Folder 6

Photocopy, published in the proceedings of the round table on Lysergic Acid Diethylamide and mescaline in experimental psychiatry, American Psychiatric Association, Atlantic City, New Jersey. 1955 May 12.

 

Moksha.

Box 46, Folder 9

Correspondence, articles and ephemera, with materials relating to Timothy Leary's imprisonment. 1971-1983.

 

Monday Evening Concerts.

Box 46, Folder 7

Typescript, clipping and pamphlet. 1955 Oct 17.

 

New Directions for the American University.

Box 47, Folder 21

Photocopy of introduction by Aldous Huxley. 1957.

 

Out of Time into Space.

Box 45, Folder 6

Typed draft [carbon copy], "Travel in USA Book," 5 pages. 27 Feb 1962.

 

Ozymandias the Utopia that Failed.

Box 47, Folder 11

Photocopy of published article, in Fortnight Magazine of the Pacific Coast Vol. 14-15. 27 Apr 1953.

 

Ozymandias, The Utopia That Failed.

Box 64, Folder 5

Article published in California Historical Quarterly. 1972.

 

Pacifism and Philosophy.

Box 50, Folder 5

Typed draft. 1935.

 

Pitch Lake A Story from Trinidad.

Box 47, Folder 37

Photocopy of introduction by Aldous Huxley. 1934.

 

Politics of Ecology.

Box 45, Folder 7

Typed draft, with holograph edits, 21 pages. 1963.

Box 45, Folder 8

Typed Draft, with holograph edits, Working title: "Democratic Institutions in the Context of Advancing Science and Technology," 15 pages. [1963].

Box 45, Folder 9

Typed Draft, with holograph edits, Working title: "Democratic Institutions in the Context of Advancing Science and Technology,". Feb 1963.

Physical Description: with copy of published address An Ocassional Paper on the Free Society published by the Center for the Study of Democratic Institutions
 

Prefaces.

Box 50, Folder 14

Preface to book by Godel, Roger. 1957 Apr 9.

Box 50, Folder 15

Preface to Mystics and Society by Ghose, Sisirkumar. 1963.

Physical Description: includes letter to Aldous from the author
Box 50, Folder 16

Preface to Man on Earth by Charter, S.P.R.; typed drafts with holograph notes. no date.

Box 50, Folder 17

Preface to work by Cutler, Max, Dr.; typed draft with holograph edits. no date.

Box 50, Folder 18

Preface to work by Starkey, M.L.; typed draft with holograph notes. no date.

Box 50, Folder 19

Preface to work by Balliot, Juliette; typed draft with holograph notes. no date.

 

Printing of Today: an illustrated survey of war ty.

Box 47, Folder 30

Photocopy of introduction by Aldous Huxley. no date.

 

Reflections on Tagore.

Box 64, Folder 11

Offprint, published in Indian Literature, vol. 4. 1961.

 

Report from Palermo.

Box 47, Folder 24

Photocopy of introduction by Aldous Huxley. no date.

 

Salt.

Box 45, Folder 11

Typed Draft, titled, with holograph edits, 7 pages, [published in Home in Garden]. Mar 1963.

 

Science Technology and Beauty.

Box 45, Folder 13

Typed Draft, some holograph edits, 11 pages. no date.

 

Seven Meditations.

Box 47, Folder 42

Draft, Vedanta and the West. [1987 ?].

 

Shakespeare and Religion.

Box 45, Folder 16

Typed Draft, holograph edits, 13 pages, [published in Show Magazine in 1964]. [1963 ?].

Box 45, Folder 17

Typed Draft, with title page, two copies [second copy incomplete], some holograph edits. [1963 ?].

Box 45, Folder 18

Review, by S P R Charter, 4pages. 1 Aug 1963.

Box 53, Folder 7

Page proofs, with some edits. 1963 Dec 5.

Box 55, Folder 3

Article published in Show, The Magazine of the Arts; includes photocopy. 1964 Feb.

Physical Description: oversize box
Box 64, Folder 1

Essay published in The Cornhill, no. 1040, summer. 1964.

 

Stars and The Man.

Box 47, Folder 2

Carbon copy and holograph note. 1955.

Box 47, Folder 3

Republication, Air & Space Magazine. May 1988.

 

T.H. Huxley Scientist, Humanist and Educator.

Box 47, Folder 16

Photocopy of foreword by Aldous Huxley. no date.

 

Texts and Pretexts.

Box 51, Folder 6

Page proofs for Chatto and Windus; with author's corrections. 1932.

Physical Description: superceded by new proofs
Box 51, Folder 7

Page proofs for Chatto and Windus. 1932 Sep 23.

Physical Description: revised proofs for setting
 

The Complete Etchings of Goya.

Box 47, Folder 31

Photocopy of foreword by Aldous Huxley. no date.

 

The Conquest of Violence an Essay on War and Revol.

Box 47, Folder 20

Photocopy of introduction by Aldous Huxley. 1972.

 

The Genius and the Goddess.

Box 47, Folder 7

Published in 3 Parts, Harper's Magazine. Apr 1955; May 1955; Jun 1955.

Box 47, Folder 8

Clippings, Reviews. Aug-Sep 1955.

Box 57, Folder 9

Typed script, dramatization by Aldous Huxley and Beth Wendel. no date.

Box 57, Folder 10

Typed revisions. 1961.

 

The Gospel of Sri Ramakrishna.

Box 47, Folder 39

Photocopy of foreword by Aldous Huxley. 1969.

 

The History of Tension.

Box 46, Folder 5

Photocopy, published in the annals of the New York Academy of Sciences, volume 67. 1957 May 19.

 

The Manuscripts of D. H. Lawrence A Descriptive Ca.

Box 47, Folder 36

Photocopy of foreword by Aldous Huxley. 1937.

 

The New Frontiers in Beauty.

Box 55, Folder 2

Article published in Show, The Magazine of the Arts. 1963 Dec.

Physical Description: oversize box
 

The Only Way to Write a Modern Poem about a Nighti.

Box 46, Folder 13

Correspondence, from readers responding to article published in Harper's. Aug 1963.

Physical Description: some letters refer to Aldous Huxley's essay Literature and Science
 

The Opportunities of a Night.

Box 47, Folder 33

Photocopy of introduction by Aldous Huxley. 1971.

 

The Politics of Ecology.

Box 47, Folder 41

Booklet, An Occasional Paper on the Free Society published by the Center for the Study of Democratic Institutions. 1963.

 

The Song of God Bhagavad-Gita.

Box 47, Folder 38

Photocopy of introduction by Aldous Huxley. no date.

 

The Supreme Doctrine.

Box 47, Folder 14

Photocopy of foreword by Aldous Huxley. 1955.

 

They Still Draw Pictures.

Box 47, Folder 28

Photocopy of introduction by Aldous Huxley. 1939.

 

This Way to Paradise A Play in Three Acts.

Box 47, Folder 32

Photocopy of preface by Aldous Huxley. 1930.

 

Training for Peace.

Box 47, Folder 23

Photocopy of introduction by Aldous Huxley. no date.

 

Types of Prayer.

Box 64, Folder 34

Published in The Power of Prayer, Mananam, vol. 7, no. 4. 1985.

 

Unidentified.

Box 46, Folder 10

Typed Drafts, fragments of unidentified works. no date.

 

Unpainted Landscape.

Box 45, Folder 14

Typed Draft, some holograph edits, 14 pages. no date.

Box 45, Folder 15

Typed Draft, some holograph edits, 14 pages, [very acidic paper]. no date.

 

Utopias, Positive and Negative.

Box 56, Folder 4

Holograph notes and draft, typed drafts. [1963].

 

Various.

Box 53, Folder 3

Clippings, reviews, articles relating to Ape and Essence, The Genius and the Goddess, Literature and Science, Giaconda Smile, and Island. 1962-1963.

Physical Description: oversize box
 

Voices.

Box 58, Folder 1

Typed draft with corrections by Aldous Huxley, act one, includes note from Peggy [Larson?]. 1961.

Box 58, Folder 2

Typed draft with corrections by Aldous Huxley, act two and three, includes note from Peggy [Larson?]. 1961.

Box 58, Folder 3

Typed draft with corrections by Aldous Huxley, separate draft. 1961 Nov 1.

Box 58, Folder 4

Clipping, published story from the Atlantic Monthly, Volume 196, Number 1. 1955 Jul.

Box 58, Folder 5

Adaptation, with correspondence, typescript with holograph corrections. 1961.

 

What is Man?.

Box 47, Folder 6

Published Article, in Fortnight Magazine of the Pacific Coast. May 1955.

 

White Corpuscles in Europe.

Box 47, Folder 26

Photocopy of foreword by Aldous Huxley. no date.

 

You Are Not the Target.

Box 47, Folder 35

Photocopy of foreword by Aldous Huxley. no date.

 

Personal.

Box 55, Folder 6

Sketches of Aldous and Laura Huxley by Don Bachardy. 1962 Oct 11.

Physical Description: oversize box
Box 83, Folder 1

Materials relating to Mariane Newton. 1950s-1960s.

Box 83, Folder 3

Copy of typed draft titled "Three Questions Leo Tolstoi, originally in file titled Tolstoy Recipe. no date.

Box 83, Folder 4

Bound copy of "The Menuhins A Personal Family Odyssey" by Lional Rolfe, features edits. no date.

 

[Last writings on deathbed].

Box 58, Folder 11

Holograph notes, includes original "LSD-Try it" note. 1963 Nov.

 

[Note to Laura].

Box 63, Folder 6

Note [to Laura] on acupuncture for the heart, with sketch of the hand, photocopy. no date.

 

Correspondence.

Box 41, Folder 1

Fan letters. 1962-1964.

Box 46, Folder 12

Photocopies of Aldous Huxley's Correspondence from University of Huston, typed [?] copies of Aldous Huxley's early poetry, clippings. 1915-1965.

Box 46, Folder 17

Horowitz, Michael. 9 Apr 1972.

Physical Description: mentions Timothy Leary
Box 46, Folder 18

Gardner, [Reid ?].

Box 48, Folder 1

Archera, [Laura's Father]. 1956-7.

Box 48, Folder 2

Brooke, [Jocelyn ?]. no date.

Box 48, Folder 3

Burtt, [Edwin A. ?]. 28 Jan 1963.

Box 48, Folder 4

Dos Passos, John. 17 Oct 1963.

Box 48, Folder 5

Fell, Vivian ; photocopy of letter. 3 Mar 1955.

Box 48, Folder 6

Gardner, Reid. 1962-1965.

Box 48, Folder 7

Goddard, [?]. 27 Jan 1962.

Physical Description: mentions Laura Huxley's audio recordings "Rainbow Walk" and "Your Favorite Flower"
Box 48, Folder 8

Hubble, Grace. 16 Oct 1963.

Box 48, Folder 9

Huxley, Laura ; holograph letter and postcards. 1961-1963.

Box 48, Folder 10

Huxley, Laura ; photocopies of letters. 1961.

Box 48, Folder 11

Huxley, Laura ; photocopies of letters originally kept in binder [part 1 of 2]. 1961 -1963.

Physical Description: also contains photocopies of letters to Laura Huxley from Juliette Huxley
Box 48, Folder 12

Huxley, Laura ; photocopies of letters originally kept in binder [part 2 of 2]. 1961 -1963.

Physical Description: also contains photocopies of letters to Laura Huxley from Juliette Huxley
Box 48, Folder 13

Huxley, Matthew. 1961-1963.

Physical Description: mentions Aldous Huxley's novel Island
Box 48, Folder 14

Huxley, Trevenen. 2 Aug 1965.

Physical Description: Letter from Trevenen Huxley to Mrs. Marguerite Nys
Box 48, Folder 15

Kiely, William F., M.D. 19 Mar 1962.

Physical Description: included is note to Aldous Huxley from Laura Huxley
Box 48, Folder 16

Kroger, William S. 30 Dec 1962.

Box 48, Folder 17

[Lindlan ?], Maris. 26 Jun 1962.

Box 48, Folder 18

Lynstad, [First name unknown]. 8 Sep 1959.

Box 48, Folder 19

Nicolas, Joep & Suzanne. 16 Oct 1963.

Box 48, Folder 20

Nys, Marguerite. 1947-1962.

Box 48, Folder 21

Marriot, Sylvia. 24 Oct 1963.

Box 48, Folder 22

Ocampo, Victoria. 22 Nov 1963.

Box 48, Folder 23

Payne, Thomas. May 1963.

Physical Description: mentions IFIF, Tim Leary, Richard Alpert and psychedelics
Box 48, Folder 24

Skilton, Charles. Nov 1963.

Box 48, Folder 25

Spicer, [Jack ?]. Aug 1941.

Box 48, Folder 26

Walker, [First name unknown]. no date.

Physical Description: regarding cancellation of lectures due to ill health
Box 48, Folder 27

Weedon, D. A., Mrs. no date.

Physical Description: regarding acupucnture
Box 48, Folder 28

Wilson, Bill. 24 Jan 1962.

Physical Description: founder of alcoholics anonymous
Box 48, Folder 29

Various Recipients, photocopies of Aldous Huxley's correspondence, published in Grover Smith Volume [part 1 of 6]. 1920-1956 ?.

Box 48, Folder 30

Various Recipients, photocopies of Aldous Huxley's correspondence, published in Grover Smith Volume [part 2 of 6 - other 4 parts in oversize box]. 1920-1956 ?.

Box 49, Folder 1

Various Recipients, photocopies of Aldous Huxley's correspondence, published in Grover Smith Volume [part 3 of 6 - continued from box 48]. 1920-1956 ?.

Box 49, Folder 2

Various Recipients, photocopies of Aldous Huxley's correspondence, published in Grover Smith Volume [part 4 of 6]. 1920-1956 ?.

Box 49, Folder 3

Various Recipients, photocopies of Aldous Huxley's correspondence, published in Grover Smith Volume [part 5 of 6]. 1920-1956 ?.

Box 49, Folder 4

Various Recipients, photocopies of Aldous Huxley's correspondence, published in Grover Smith Volume [part 6 of 6]. 1920-1956 ?.

 

Family Related.

Box 46, Folder 20

Huxley, Julian, materials relating to writings and talks. [circa 1962].

Box 83, Folder 2

Photocopy, war report by Rose De Hauberville (Nys). 1940.

 

Personal effects.

Box 50, Folder 1

Diary, workbook. 1961.

Physical Description: includes folded correspondence, All India Radio, New Delhi
Box 50, Folder 22

Holograph copy of two Wordsworth poems. no date.

Box 50, Folder 24

Notebook, sketchbook. no date.

Box 50, Folder 25

Notebook. no date.

Box 50, Folder 26

Notebook. no date.

Box 50, Folder 27

Notebook. no date.

Box 50, Folder 28

Portion of shipping packaging with customs declaration of purchase described as "Illuminated scroll". no date.

Box 74, Folder 1

Electric Shaver kit.

Box 74, Folder 2

Wooden organzing drawer.

Box 75, Folder 1

British Passport.

Box 75, Folder 2

Eye patches.

Box 75, Folder 3

Soapstone figure.

Box 75, Folder 5

Magnifying lenses.

Box 75, Folder 6

Eyeglass frames.

Box 75, Folder 7

Sunglasses.

Box 75, Folder 8

Wallet, datebook, address book, coins.

Box 75, Folder 9

Membership cards, ID cards and library cards.

Box 76, Folder 1

Fountain Pens.

Box 76, Folder 2

Shaving kit bag.

Box 82, Folder 1

Silk scarf given to Aldous Huxley by Igor Stravinsky after house fire of 1961. 1961?.

 

Recordings.

 

Label reads: From Torino 1961; Recorded letter from Laura Huxley's family in Italy to Laura and Aldous Huxley [italian and english language]. UCLA Tape No. 406 1961.

 

Label reads: "Y. F. # R.B. April 2 . 63". UCLA Tape No. 417 2 April 1963.

 

Label reads: "Aldous's Last Days Nov. 19-21, 1963 From This Timeless Moment". UCLA Tape No. 443 19-21 Nov 1963.

Physical Description: CD
 

Label reads: "Aldous + Laura Text From (some) First Tape Timeless Moment". UCLA Tape No. 444 no date.

Physical Description: CD
Box 84, Folder 1

Aldous Huxley and Laura Huxley, discussing Recipes for Living and Loving [?] [Label reads: Laura and Aldous practicing]. UCLA Tape No. 1 1963.

Box 84, Folder 8

Laura Huxley, Label reads: Rainbow Walk / Flowers. UCLA Tape No. 8 no date.

Physical Description: Notes on reel: " With slight echo in left channel," "Recipes for Living and Loving."
Box 84, Folder 9

Laura Huxley with unidentified others, discussion related to psychology, Label reads: You Are Not the Target. UCLA Tape No. 9 no date.

Physical Description: Note in box: Side 1 "You Are Not, Side 2 "Nothing"
Box 84, Folder 10

Laura Huxley and unidentified others, discussion related to psychology, relating to Somewhere Between Heaven and Earth [?, possbily discussing LSD experiences?]Label reads: Heaven and Earth and Funeral. UCLA Tape No. 10 no date.

Physical Description: Note on tape: Side I "Suffering discussion", Side II "Discussion of Heaven and Earth, Funeral"
Box 84, Folder 11

Laura Huxley with unidentified others, discussion about death [?] Label reads: Discussions of Funeral, Beginning of Seminar (session one). UCLA Tape No. 11 no date.

Physical Description: Note on box: "Laura Huxley 1-4 (side 1 starts 5 min. in!, 3-3/4." Cassette 1: "Discussions of funeral". Cassette 2: "Beginnings OS Seminar."
Box 85, Folder 3

Aldous Huxley and Laura Huxley, with unidentified others [women], discussion regarding and practicing for speaking event [?], Label reads: Aldous and Laura Talking. UCLA Tape No. 14 1963 Feb.

Physical Description: With note: "A & I disagree about eugenics. Human potential, You are not the target."
Box 85, Folder 4

Aldous Huxley and Laura Huxley, discussion regarding Recipes for Living and Loving [?], Label reads: A & L Talking. UCLA Tape No. 15 1963 Feb.

Box 85, Folder 5

Aldous Huxley and Laura Huxley, discussion and practicing for speaking event [?] ; Label reads: Laura Practicing. UCLA Tape No. 16 1963 Feb 1.

Box 86, Folder 6

Label reads: Space One / Between H & L from beginning. UCLA Tape No. 26 no date.

Box 86, Folder 7

Label reads: Practicing with Tiania. UCLA Tape No. 27 no date.

Physical Description: Note on reel: "One or two good takes, one ending with Roc[illegible]"
Box 86, Folder 9

Label reads: Laura Practicing Outer Space (beginning only). UCLA Tape No. 29 1963 Feb.

Physical Description: Note inside box: "L x A. practicing Feb. 1963 (Flynn-[illegible]) 1 long tape about my /r[?] Aldous speaks about genetic and … "
Box 88, Folder 3

Aldous Huxley reading aloud. UCLA Tape No. 45 no date.

Physical Description: 3-3/4 ips, full-track copy - tail out. Audiograph disk no. 1A. The Simplon Pass
Box 88, Folder 4

Aldous Huxley reading aloud. UCLA Tape No. 46 no date.

Physical Description: 3-3/4 ips, full-track copy - tail out. Note on box: "Wordsworth poetry, an article about science and scientific researchers." Audiograph disk no. 2.
Box 88, Folder 5

Aldous Huxley reading aloud. UCLA Tape No. 47

Physical Description: 3-3/4 ips, full-track copy - tail out. No label on reel. Audiograph disk no. 3A. Marlowe, Hero and Leander
Box 88, Folder 6

Aldous Huxley reading aloud. UCLA Tape No. 48 no date.

Physical Description: 3-3/4 ips, full-track copy - tail out. Note on box: Wordsworth, The leech gatherer; Intimation of immortality. Audiograph disk no. 3B.
Box 88, Folder 7

Aldous Huxley reading aloud. UCLA Tape No. 49 no date.

Physical Description: 3-3/4 ips, full-track copy - tail out. Label on one side peeled off, the other side crossed out. Lit [illegible] prose. Science and Literature. Audiograph disk no. 4A.
Box 88, Folder 8

Aldous Huxley reading aloud. UCLA Tape No. 50 no date.

Physical Description: 3-3/4 ips, full-track copy - tail out. Audiograph disk no. 4B. Literature and Science.
Box 88, Folder 9

Aldous Huxley reading aloud. UCLA Tape No. 51 no date.

Physical Description: 3-3/4 ips, full-track copy - tail out. Audiograph disk no.5A Milton, Paradise Lost; Shakespeare; Shelley, Ozymandias; Poe, the City in the Sea.
Box 88, Folder 10

Aldous Huxley reading aloud. UCLA Tape No. 52 no date.

Physical Description: 3-3/4 ips, full-track copy - tail out. Note on box: Intimations of immortality is crossed out. Audiograph disk no. 5B. Wordsworth - The solitary - expostulation and reply; Lines written in early spring, Intimations of immortality, The Tables Turned, On Extinction of the Venetian Republic, Three years she grew
Box 88, Folder 11

Ambient Sounds, breathing [?]. UCLA Tape No. 53 no date.

Physical Description: 3-3/4 ips, full-track copy - tail out. Note on box: Priestley. Audiograph disk no. 6B. Sounds of breathing.
Box 88, Folder 12

Aldous Huxley reading aloud. UCLA Tape No. 54 no date.

Physical Description: 3-3/4 ips, full-track copy - tail out. Note on box: Breathing. Audiograph disk no.7A. Keats
Box 88, Folder 13

Aldous Huxley reciting aloud. UCLA Tape No. 55 no date.

Physical Description: 3-3/4 ips, full-track copy - tail out. Note on box: Every day in every way. Audiograph disk no.7B. Recting mantra by Emile Coue: every day in every way I'm getting better and better
Box 89, Folder 1

Aldous Huxley reading aloud, poetry. UCLA Tape No. 56

Physical Description: 3-3/4 ips, full-track copy - tail out. Note on box: A thing of beauty. Audiograph disk no. 8B. Keats.
Box 89, Folder 2

Aldous Huxley reading aloud, poetry. UCLA Tape No. 57 no date.

Physical Description: 3-3/4 ips, full-track copy - tail out. Audiograph disk no. 9A. Shelley, various poems.
Box 89, Folder 3

Aldous Huxley reading aloud, poetry. UCLA Tape No. 58 no date.

Physical Description: 3-3/4 ips, full-track copy - tail out. Note on box: Swiftly walk o'er the wester wave; Spirit of night. Audiograph disk no.9B.
Box 89, Folder 4

Aldous Huxley reading aloud, poetry, French. UCLA Tape No. 59

Physical Description: 3-3/4 ips, full-track copy - tail out. Audiograph disk no.10A.
Box 89, Folder 5

Aldous Huxley reading aloud, poetry, French. UCLA Tape No. 60 no date.

Physical Description: 3-3/4 ips, full-track copy - tail out. Note on box: Rêve Parisienne; French poetry. Audiograph disk no. 10B.
Box 89, Folder 6

Aldous Huxley reading aloud, poetry. UCLA Tape No. 61 no date.

Physical Description: 3-3/4 ips, full-track copy - tail out. Audiograph disk no. 11A. Hopkins.
Box 89, Folder 7

Aldous Huxley reading aloud, poetry. UCLA Tape No. 62 no date.

Physical Description: 3-3/4 ips, full-track copy - tail out. Audiograph disk no. 11B. Dickinson, unidentified poetry;
Box 89, Folder 8

Laura Huxley, reciting aloud, meditation [?], "Rainbow walk"; Sounds of breathing. UCLA Tape No. 63 no date.

Physical Description: 3-3/4 ips, full-track copy - tail out. Note on box: L: Rainbow walk and breathing. No Huxley tape no. on reel. Audiograph disk no. 11B, 12A.
Box 89, Folder 9

Aldous Huxley reading aloud, poetry. UCLA Tape No. 64 no date.

Physical Description: 3-3/4 ips, full-track copy - tail out, 21. Note on box: Much have I traveled in the realm of gold. Reel is unlabelled. Audiograph disk no. 13A.
Box 89, Folder 10

Aldous Huxley, conducting meditation [?], label reads "Auto suggestions". UCLA Tape No. 65 no date.

Physical Description: 3-3/4 ips, full-track copy - tail out, 22. Note on box: Auto suggestions … [illegible] Audiograph disk no. 14A.
Box 89, Folder 11

Aldous Huxely reading aloud. UCLA Tape No. 66 no date.

Physical Description: 3-3/4 ips, full-track copy - tail out, 23. Note on box: About love (St. Thomas Aquinas); Charity (Pascal). Reel is unlabeled. Audiograph disk no. 15A.
Box 89, Folder 12

Aldous Huxley reading aloud. UCLA Tape No. 67 no date.

Physical Description: 3-3/4 ips, full-track copy - tail out, D24. Note on box: Braham = Thou art thou. Reel is unlabelled. Audiograph disk no. 15B.
Box 89, Folder 13

Aldous Huxley reading aloud, quotations. UCLA Tape No. 68 no date.

Physical Description: 3-3/4 ips, full-track copy - tail out, D25. Audiograph disk no. 16A. Series of short quotations.
Box 89, Folder 14

Aldous Huxley reading aloud. UCLA Tape No. 69 no date.

Physical Description: 3-3/4 ips, full-track copy - tail out, D26. Note on box: Religious texts; William Law; Eckart[?]; Law-Tse; St. Francis of Sales, etc. Audiograph disk no.16B.
Box 89, Folder 15

Aldous Huxley reading aloud. UCLA Tape No. 70 no date.

Physical Description: 3-3/4 ips, full-track copy - tail out, D27. Audiograph disk no. 17A. Krishnamurti, Commentaries on living series II;
Box 89, Folder 16

Aldous Huxely reading aloud. UCLA Tape No. 71

Physical Description: 3-3/4 ips, full-track copy - tail out, D29. Audiograph disk no. 17B. Krishnamurti
Box 89, Folder 17

Aldous Huxley reading aloud. UCLA Tape No. 72 no date.

Physical Description: 3-3/4 ips, full-track copy - tail out, D29. Audiograph disk no. 18A. Krishnamurti
Box 89, Folder 18

Aldous Huxley reading aloud. UCLA Tape No. 73 no date.

Physical Description: 3-3/4 ips, full-track copy - tail out, D30. Audiograph disk no. 18B. Krishnamurti, Commentaries on living series I;
Box 89, Folder 19

Aldous Huxley reading aloud, poetry. UCLA Tape No. 74 no date.

Physical Description: 3-3/4 ips, full-track copy - tail out, D31. Audiograph disk no. 19A. Browining, The Englishman in Italy; Powell, What's become of Waring
Box 90, Folder 1

Aldous Huxley reading aloud, poetry. UCLA Tape No. 75 no date.

Physical Description: 3-3/4 ips, full-track copy - tail out, D32. Audiograph disk no. 19B. Browning, Love among the ruins, My last duchess, Soliloquy of a spanish cloister, Bishop Blougrams apology,
Box 90, Folder 2

Aldous Huxley reading aloud, poetry. UCLA Tape No. 76 no date.

Physical Description: 3-3/4 ips, full-track copy - tail out. D33. Audiograph disk no. 20A. Wilmot, All my past life…, A satire against mankind, Love and life II, Upon nothing; Lovelace, Tell me not sweet, I cannot tell, Lucasta ?; Carew, The spring; Herrick, To his conscience, An epitaph upon a virgin, To the virgins to make much of time, unidentified Herrick poems, The argument of his book, Whenas in silks my Julia goes; Vaughan, The retreat, I saw eternity the other night , Man; unidentified poem.
Box 90, Folder 3

Aldous Huxley reading aloud, poetry. UCLA Tape No. 77 no date.

Physical Description: 3-3/4 ips, full-track copy - tail out, D34. Audiograph disk no. 20B. Milton, At a Solemn Music; Milton, Sonnet XIX; Milton, On His Deceased Wife; Milton, Lycidas; Traherne, Eden; Traherne, the Preparative; Traherne, Christendom;
Box 90, Folder 4

Aldous Huxley reading aloud, poetry. UCLA Tape No. 78 no date.

Physical Description: 3-3/4 ips, full-track copy - tail out, D35. Audiograph disk no. 21A. Unidentified French poetry; Marlowe, Doctor Faustus; Shakespeare' Our Revels Now are Ended; Shakespeare, Measure for Measure; Shakespeare, Merchant of Venice; Shakepseare, King Richard II; Shakespeare, Troilus and Cressida; Shakespeare, Hamlet; Shakespeare, King Lear; Shakespeare, Othello; Shakespeare, Anthony and Cleopatra; Shakespeare, Fear No More the Heat o' the Sun, Shakespeare, Twelfth Night; Shakespeare, Sonnet #129; Webster, Call for the Robin-Redbreast; Shakespeare, the Tempest.
Box 90, Folder 5

Aldous Huxley reading aloud, poetry. UCLA Tape No. 79 no date.

Physical Description: 3-3/4 ips, full-track copy - tail out, D36. Audiograph disk no. 21B. Suckling, A Ballad of a Wedding; Job 4:13-?; Song of Solomon 8:6; Crashaw, A Hymn to the Name and Honor of the admirable Saint Teresa; Crashaw, The Flaming Heart; unidentified French poetry; Dryden, Absalom and Achitophel;
Box 90, Folder 6

Aldous Huxley reading aloud, poetry. UCLA Tape No. 80 no date.

Physical Description: 3-3/4 ips, full-track copy - tail out. D37. Box has extensive water damage. Audiograph disk no. 22A. Yeats, News for a Delphic Oracle; Elliot The Wasteland; Elliot, Sweeny Among the Nightingales; Jeffers, The Eye; Jeffers, Cassandra
Box 90, Folder 7

Aldous Huxley reading aloud, Canterbury Tales, Middle English. UCLA Tape No. 81 no date.

Physical Description: 3-3/4 ips, full-track copy - tail out, D38. Note on box: About doctors - in patois? D-38. Audiograph disk no.23A.
Box 90, Folder 8

Jiddu Krishnamurti, speaking to audience [?]. UCLA Tape No. 82 no date.

Physical Description: 3-3/4 ips, full-track copy - tail out, D39. Box has extensive water damage. Mildew. Audiograph disk no. 24A, 24B (incomplete).
Box 90, Folder 9

Jiddu Krishnamurti, speaking to audience [?]; Aldous Huxley conducting meditation; audio from unidentified film [?]. UCLA Tape No. 83 no date.

Physical Description: 3-3/4 ips, full-track copy - tail out, D40. Audiograph disk no. 24B (end), 25A&B.
Box 90, Folder 10

Aldous Huxley reading aloud. UCLA Tape No. 84 no date.

Physical Description: 3-3/4 ips, full-track copy - tail out, D41. Note on box: Lecture on B.N.W. [Brave New World] beginning with quote from H.G. Wells/ man like gods, difficult too hear because of echo - & poems. Audiograph disk no. 26A, 27A.
Box 90, Folder 11

Aldous Huxley reading aloud, poetry. UCLA Tape No. 85 no date.

Physical Description: 3-3/4 ips, full-track copy - tail out, D42. Note on box: Audiograph disk nos. 27B, 28A, 28B, 29A (incomplete). Yeats, various poems; unidentifiable readings; Huxley speaking aloud, subject of which is unidentifiable [on LSD?]
Box 90, Folder 12

Aldous Huxley reading aloud, Shakespeare and religion; Buddhist text. UCLA Tape No. 86 no date.

Physical Description: 3-3/4 ips, full-track copy - tail out, D43. Note on box: Shakespeare and religion; Buddhist text (voice very ill[?]), Audiograph discs no. 29A, 30A, 30B.
Box 90, Folder 13

Aldous Huxley reading aloud, Buddhist texts. UCLA Tape No. 87 no date.

Physical Description: 3-3/4 ips, full-track copy - tail out, D44. Note on box: Buddhist texts. Audiograph disk no. 31A, 31B, 32B.
Box 90, Folder 14

Aldous Huxley reading aloud. UCLA Tape No. 88 no date.

Physical Description: 3-3/4 ips, full-track copy - tail out, D45. Audiograph disk no. 33A. Linssen, Living Zen;
Box 90, Folder 15

Aldous Huxley reading aloud. UCLA Tape No. 89 no date.

Physical Description: 3-3/4 ips, full-track copy - tail out, D46. Audiograph disk no. 33B. Linssen, Living Zen [continued];
Box 90, Folder 16

Aldous Huxley reading aloud. UCLA Tape No. 90 no date.

Physical Description: 3-3/4 ips, full-track copy - tail out, D47. Audiograph disk no. 34A. Krishnamurti, Commentaries on Living: second series;
Box 90, Folder 17

Aldous Huxley reading aloud. UCLA Tape No. 91 no date.

Physical Description: 3-3/4 ips, full-track copy - tail out, D48. Audiograph disk no. 35A. Unidentified French poetry;
Box 90, Folder 18

Aldous Huxley reading aloud, poetry, French. UCLA Tape No. 92 no date.

Physical Description: 3-3/4 ips, full-track copy - tail out, D49. Note on box: French poetry. La luna blanche … Audiograph disk no. 35B.
Box 90, Folder 19

Aldous Huxley reading aloud, poetry. UCLA Tape No. 93 no date.

Physical Description: 3-3/4 ips, full-track copy - tail out, D50. Audiograph disk no. 36A. Donne, A valediciton, The ecstacy; Herbert, Affliction (I),
Box 91, Folder 1

Aldous Huxely reading aloud, poetry. UCLA Tape No. 94 no date.

Physical Description: 3-3/4 ips, full-track copy - tail ou, D51. Audiograph disk no. 36B. Browning, A Toccata of Galuppi's, De Gustibus, The Bishop Orders his Tomb at Saint Praxed's Church, Confessions, A Likeness
Box 91, Folder 2

Aldous Huxley reading aloud, poetry. UCLA Tape No. 95 no date.

Physical Description: 3-3/4 ips, full-track copy - tail out, D52. Audiograph disk no. 37A. Unidentified French poetry
Box 91, Folder 3

Aldous Huxley reading aloud, poetry. UCLA Tape No. 96 no date.

Physical Description: 3-3/4 ips, full-track copy - tail out, D53. Audiograph disk no. 37B. Baudelaire, unidentified poems;
Box 91, Folder 4

Aldous Huxley reading aloud, poetry. UCLA Tape No. 97 no date.

Physical Description: 3-3/4 ips, full-track copy - tail out, D54. Audiograph disk no. 38A. Shelley, On a Poets Lips I Slept; Edwords [?], We are the Music Makers; Tennyson, To Virgil, Faith and the Muse; Wordsworth, London; Unidentified poetry; Poe, The Sleeper; Unidentified poetry
Box 91, Folder 5

Aldous Huxley reading aloud, poetry. UCLA Tape No. 98 no date.

Physical Description: 3-3/4 ips, full-track copy - tail out, D55. Audiograph disk no. 38B. Unidenitfied Italian poetry; Chaucer, Canterbury Tales;
Box 91, Folder 6

Aldous Huxley reading aloud, poetry. UCLA Tape No. 99 no date.

Physical Description: 3-3/4 ips, full-track copy - tail out, D56. Audiograph disk no. 39A. Unidentifed French poetry; Prior, Merchant, to Secure his Treasure, To a Child of Quality, Five Year's Old; Unidentifed French poetry; Johnson, The History of Rasselas, Prince of Abissinia, excerpt; Unidentifed German poetry; Porson, unidentifed excerpt; unidentified French poetry; Shelley, Love's Philosophy; Crowley, The Rites of Elusis, The Rite of Sol; Keats, unidentified excerpt; Unidenitfied French poetry
Box 91, Folder 7

Aldous Huxley reading aloud. UCLA Tape No. 100 no date.

Physical Description: 3-3/4 ips, full-track copy - tail out, D57. Note on box: All Blake, single track. Audiograph disk no. 39B.
Box 91, Folder 8

Aldous Huxley reading aloud, poetry, French. UCLA Tape No. 101 no date.

Physical Description: 3-3/4 ips, full-track copy - tail out, D58. Note on box: French poetry. Audiograph disk no. 40A.
Box 91, Folder 9

Aldous Huxley reading aloud, poetry, French. UCLA Tape No. 102 no date.

Physical Description: 3-3/4 ips, full-track copy - tail ou. D59. Note on box: French poetry. Audiograph disk no. 40B.
Box 91, Folder 10

Aldous Huxley reading aloud, poetry. UCLA Tape No. 103 no date.

Physical Description: 3-3/4 ips, full-track copy - tail out, D60. Note on box: Poor Matthias, found in [sic] lying. Audiograph disk no. 41A.
Box 91, Folder 11

Aldous Huxley reading aloud, poetry. UCLA Tape No. 104 no date.

Physical Description: 3-3/4 ips, full-track copy - tail out, D61. Note on box: Poems - Matthew Arnold, What is it to grow old; Emerson, It is time to be old; Matthew Arnold, Clover beach; Matthew Arnold, The scholar gypsy. Audiograph disk no. 41B.
Box 91, Folder 12

Aldous Huxley reading aloud, poetry. UCLA Tape No. 105 no date.

Physical Description: 3-3/4 ips, full-track copy - tail out, D62. Audiograph disk no. 42A. Arnold, The Grand Chartreuse, Obermann Once More, Poor Mathias
Box 91, Folder 13

Aldous Huxley reading aloud, poetry. UCLA Tape No. 106 no date.

Physical Description: 3-3/4 ips, full-track copy - tail out, D63. Audiograph disk no. 42B. Arnold, The Strayed Reveller to Ulysses, Shakespeare, The Theme of Vocation, Destiny, To Marguerite, Memorial Verses, The Buried Life, Written in Kensington Gardens, Sohrab and Rustum, Philomela, unidentified poem, Palladium
Box 97

Aldous Huxley reading aloud, excerpt from "Time must have a stop," excerpts from Huxley's other work. UCLA Tape No. 180A no date.

Physical Description: See 180
Box 97

Aldous Huxley reading aloud, excerpt from "Time must have a stop," "Sermons in Cats," excerpts from Huxley's other work (contined from 180 B). UCLA Tape No. 180B no date.

Physical Description: See 180
Box 97, Folder 1

Aldous Huxley reading aloud, excerpt from "Time must have a stop," excerpts from Huxley's other work. UCLA Tape No. 180 no date.

Physical Description: Note on box label: Tape recorded at 3.75 ips. Side 1: Aldous Huxley reading from "Time must have a stop," LP: Folio I Contemporary Classics CC-1, Side 2: Reading from his own stories & poems - "Sermon in the cats," Poems from"The cicadas," "The dwarfs." LP: Folio II contemporary Classics CC-2.
Box 97, Folder 15

Aldous Huxley reading aloud, Time must have a stop, middle section. UCLA Tape No. 194 no date.

Physical Description: 7-1/2. Note on box: "Time must have a stop, middle section."
Box 98, Folder 1

Aldous Huxley reading aloud, Time must have a stop, beginning only (and 6 other segments). UCLA Tape No. 195 no date.

Physical Description: 3-3/4. Note on box: "1. The Dwarfs, 2. Sermon in cats, 3. The cicadas, 4. Mediterranean, 5. Carpe Noctem, 6. Midsummer day, 7. Time must have a stop - beginning only."
Box 98, Folder 2

Aldous Huxley reading aloud, Time must have a stop, concluded; Unidentified music (medieval?). UCLA Tape No. 196 no date.

Physical Description: 7-1/2. Note on box: "Time must have a stop (concluded). A.H. 38 min."
Box 98, Folder 3

Aldous Huxley reading aloud, Traherne, Prior. UCLA Tape No. 197 no date [postmarked Dec. 31, 198].

Box 98, Folder 5

Laura Huxley, self recorded message from Walter Volker, reply to letter from Laura Huxley regarding recorded audio of Aldous Huxley. UCLA Tape No. 199 no date.

Physical Description: Note on box: "To Mrs. L.A. Huxley, 6110 Graciosa Drive, Los Angeles 28, Calif. [illegible] Volker about Aldous [illegible]."
Box 98, Folder 14

Laura Huxley, letter to Julian and Juliette Huxley, regarding last week of Aldous Huxley's life, Part I. UCLA Tape No. 208 1963 Dec 1.

Physical Description: Note on box: " L. letter to J & J, one track, Dec 1-63." [Tape 1]
Box 98, Folder 15

Laura Huxley, letter to Julian and Juliette Huxley, regarding last week of Aldous Huxley's life, Part II. UCLA Tape No. 209 1963 Dec 1.

Physical Description: Note on box: " L. letter to J & J, one track, Dec 1-63." [Tape 2]
Box 99, Folder 1

Aldous Huxley and Laura Huxley, label on box reads, "Last day". UCLA Tape No. 211 1963 Nov 16-17-18.

Physical Description: Note on box: "3-3/4 speed, monophonic, 3rd gen., Nov. 16, 18, 18, 1963. Copy of orig 3/34/ half track roll #1, side #1 and side #2 almost to the end." Note and transcript of tape in box - not sent to recording studio.
Box 99, Folder 2

Aldous Huxley and Laura Huxley, talking days before his death. UCLA Tape No. 212 1963 Nov 19.

Physical Description: Note on box: "3-3/4 speed, monophonic, 3rd gen Tape 2, tail end of side #2 or roll #1 (16th-17th-18th-Nov. 1963) roll #2 (Nov. 19, 1963), sides # 1 and side #2 (but not to tail), de Biran, 2 discoveries, other [illegible]." Note and transcript in box - not sent to recording studio.
Box 99, Folder 4

Aldous Huxley reading aloud, Sermon in Cats, Poems from the Cicadas and the Dwarves from Chrome Yellow. UCLA Tape No. 214 no date.

Box 100, Folder 6

Gerald Heard, Indications, Vedanta Press. UCLA Tape No. 228 1975.

Box 100, Folder 7

Gerald Heard, Reflections, Vedanta Press. UCLA Tape No. 229 1975.

Box 101, Folder 4

Meditations [?], holograph label reads "Health". UCLA Tape No. 243 no date.

Box 115, Folder 

Label reads: Aldous Letters Cristall; Aldous Huxley and Laura Huxley, dictation, personal correspondence. UCLA Tape No. 398 no date.

Box 115, Folder 

Label reads: S. Article A. and L. Nov. 20; Aldous Huxley and Laura Huxley reading and correcting article Shakespeare and Religion. UCLA Tape No. 388 20 Nov 1963.

Box 115, Folder 

Label reads: Nov 21 About 100 feet L. reading S. Article Aldous correcting Last; Aldous Huxley and Laura Huxley working on "Shakespeare and Religion". UCLA Tape No. 387 21 Nov 1963.

 

Research Related.

Box 46, Folder 19

Proceedings, Conference "The Creative Person," Institute of Personality Assesment and Research, University of California, Berkeley. Oct 1961.

Box 50, Folder 23

Holograph note on Gerard Cordonnier. no date.

 

Sketch.

Box 51, Folder 9

Photocopy, lake [?] with mountains in background and bridge in foreground. no date.

Box 51, Folder 10

Photocopy, lake surrounded by mountains. no date.

Box 51, Folder 11

Photocopy, acupuncture drawings. no date.

Box 63, Folder 7

Sketch of house with drawbridge, 4 copies. no date.

Box 63, Folder 8

Sketch of house with hills in the background and foliage in the foreground, photocopy. no date.

Box 63, Folder 9

Sketch of tree trunk and branches, photocopy. no date.

 

Photographs.

Box 65, Folder 1

Aldous Huxley age 8. Photo ID No. 1 no date.

Physical Description: duplicates
Box 65, Folder 2

Aldous Huxley age 6-7. Photo ID No. 2 no date.

Physical Description: duplicates
Box 65, Folder 3

Aldous Huxley with his Aunt, Mrs. Humprey Ward. Photo ID No. 3 no date.

Box 65, Folder 4

Aldous Huxley as a child with his grandfather, Thomas Henry Huxley. Photo ID No. 4 no date.

Physical Description: not photo
Box 65, Folder 5

Aldous huxley as a child, profile. Photo ID No. 5 no date.

Physical Description: not photo
Box 65, Folder 6

Aldous Huxley as a child. Photo ID No. 6 no date.

Physical Description: not photo
Box 65, Folder 7

Aldous Huxley novelist, critic and poet. Photo ID No. 7 no date.

Physical Description: not photo
Box 65, Folder 8

Aldous Huxley as a young man with glasses. Photo ID No. 8 2-Aug-33.

Physical Description: not photo, with text
Box 65, Folder 9

Aldous Huxley as a young man, A portrait accepted in place of one of Bernard Shaw: Aldous Huxley. Photo ID No. 9 no date.

Physical Description: not photo, clipping
Box 65, Folder 10

Aldous, Maria and Matthew Huxley in Forte olei Marmi, Italy. Photo ID No. 10 1926?.

Box 65, Folder 11

Aldous Huxley as a young man with glasses and hat. Photo ID No. 11 1930.

Physical Description: not photo, postcard (original photo by Dorothy Wilding
Box 65, Folder 12

Aldous Huxley as a young man with glasses, 3/4 angle. Photo ID No. 12 1934.

Physical Description: not photo, postcard (original photo by Howard Coster)
Box 65, Folder 13

Aldous Huxley in car in Bethelehem, PA. Photo ID No. 13 1939.

Physical Description: (original photo by Lou Stoumen)
Box 65, Folder 14

Maria Nys as a child with two unidentified boys. Photo ID No. 14 no date.

Physical Description: postcard?
Box 65, Folder 15

Aldous Huxley with Matthew Huxley as infant. Photo ID No. 15 no date.

Box 65, Folder 16

Maria Huxley with Matthew Huxley as child in London. Photo ID No. 16 no date.

Box 65, Folder 17

Aldous and Maria Huxley with unidentified girl. Photo ID No. 17 no date.

Box 65, Folder 18

Postcard from Aldous Huxley to Matthew Huxley with hand drawn images. Photo ID No. 18 1924.

Box 65, Folder 19

Postcard from Aldous Huxley to Matthew Huxley with image of a chimpanzee. Photo ID No. 19 1924.

Box 65, Folder 20

Aldous and Maria Huxley with unidentified woman. Photo ID No. 20 no date.

Box 65, Folder 21

Aldous and Maria Huxley. Photo ID No. 21 no date.

Box 65, Folder 22

Aldous and Matthew Huxley. Photo ID No. 22 no date.

Box 65, Folder 23

Aldous and Maria Huxley with two unidentified individuals in front of house (1). Photo ID No. 23 no date.

Box 65, Folder 23

Aldous and Maria Huxley with two unidentified individuals in front of house (2). Photo ID No. 23 no date.

Box 65, Folder 24

Aldous Maria and Matthew Huxely with unidentified woman in front of house. Photo ID No. 24 no date.

Box 65, Folder 25

Aldous Maria and Matthew Huxley with unidentified others in front of Christmas tree. Photo ID No. 25 no date.

Box 65, Folder 26

Aldous and Maria Huxley in front of house. Photo ID No. 26 no date.

Physical Description: duplicates
Box 65, Folder 27

Huxley house exterior Wrightwood CA. Photo ID No. 27 1946-1949.

Box 65, Folder 28

Huxley house interior. Photo ID No. 28 no date.

Box 65, Folder 29

Aldous and Maria Huxley inside house on couch. Photo ID No. 29 no date.

Box 65, Folder 30

Aldous and Maria Huxley with Swami Prabhavanda and two unidentified women. Photo ID No. 30 no date.

Box 65, Folder 31

Aldous and Maria Huxley with Swami Prabhavanda and one unidentified woman. Photo ID No. 31 no date.

Box 65, Folder 32

Aldous and Julian Huxley seated talking (1). Photo ID No. 32 no date.

Box 65, Folder 33

Aldous and Julian Huxley seated talking (2). Photo ID No. 33 no date.

Box 65, Folder 34

Aldous and Maria Huxley with Julian Huxley. Photo ID No. 34 no date.

Box 65, Folder 35

Aldous Huxley with grandchildren Trevenen and Tessa and Ellen Hovde (?). Photo ID No. 35 no date.

Box 65, Folder 36

Aldous Huxley with grandson Trevenen Huxley. Photo ID No. 36 no date.

Box 65, Folder 37

Tessa Huxley portrait profile seated. Photo ID No. 37 no date.

Physical Description: mounted on matting (original photograph by Barbara Sutro)
Box 65, Folder 38

Trevenen Huxley portrait close up. Photo ID No. 38 no date.

Physical Description: mounted on matting (original photograph by Barbara Sutro)
Box 65, Folder 39

Trevenen Huxley at typewriter. Photo ID No. 39 no date.

Box 65, Folder 40

Trevenen Huxley with two unidentified boys. Photo ID No. 40 no date.

Box 65, Folder 41

Trevenen Huxley seated with cat. Photo ID No. 41 no date.

Box 65, Folder 42

Matthew Huxley seated outside. Photo ID No. 42 no date.

Box 65, Folder 43

Matthew Trevenen and Tessa Huxley. Photo ID No. 43 no date.

Box 65, Folder 44

Aldous with Matthew Treveven and Tessa Huxley with Judith Wallet Bordage and unidentified man. Photo ID No. 44 no date.

Box 65, Folder 45

Matthew Huxley with Judith Wallet Bordage and unidentified man. Photo ID No. 45 no date.

Box 65, Folder 46

Matthew Huxley with cigarette and unidentified man. Photo ID No. 46 no date.

Box 65, Folder 47

Trevenen and Tessa Huxley. Photo ID No. 47 no date.

Box 65, Folder 48

Trevenen Huxley with unidentified others at gathering in a house. Photo ID No. 48 no date.

Box 65, Folder 49

Judith Wallet Bordage with cat. Photo ID No. 49 no date.

Box 65, Folder 50

Judith Wallet Bordage (1). Photo ID No. 50 no date.

Box 65, Folder 51

Judith Wallet Bordage (2). Photo ID No. 51 no date.

Box 65, Folder 52

Aldous and Laura Huxley standing in front of tree. Photo ID No. 52 no date.

Physical Description: (original photo by Wide World Photos)
Box 65, Folder 53

Aldous Huxley with Laura Huxley holding a book; related photos added. Photo ID No. 53 no date.

Physical Description: duplicates; added photos not yet digitized
Box 65, Folder 54

Aldous and Laura Huxley seated at table with unidenitified others. Photo ID No. 54 no date.

Box 65, Folder 55

Aldous and Laura Huxley seated with unidentified women. Photo ID No. 55 no date.

Box 65, Folder 56

Aldous and Laura Huxley walking wearing coats. Photo ID No. 56 no date.

Box 65, Folder 57

Aldous and Laura Huxley seated looking off to right. Photo ID No. 57 no date.

Box 65, Folder 58

Aldous and Laura Huxley both reclining. Photo ID No. 58 no date.

Box 65, Folder 59

Aldous and Laura Huxley with Princess Marie-Jose of Belgium and two unidentified others. Photo ID No. 59 1961.

Box 65, Folder 60

Aldous and Laura Huxley at house after fire. Photo ID No. 60 no date.

Box 65, Folder 61

Aldous and Laura Huxley walking and talking. Photo ID No. 61 no date.

Box 65, Folder 62

Aldous Huxley reclined and Laura Huxley (1). Photo ID No. 62 no date.

Box 65, Folder 62

Aldous Huxley reclined and Laura Huxley (2). Photo ID No. 62 no date.

Box 65, Folder 63

Aldous and Laura Huxley both examining newspaper. Photo ID No. 63 no date.

Box 65, Folder 64

Aldous and Laura Huxley looking up at camera from newspaper. Photo ID No. 64 no date.

Physical Description: CK and LH added "Aldous and Laura looking up at camera fro newspaper with unidentified children [LH's niece and nephew Piero]" to this folder
Box 65, Folder 65

Laura Huxley standing next to short wall. Photo ID No. 65 no date.

Box 65, Folder 67

Aldous Huxley in indigenous village with three unidentified men. Photo ID No. 67 [1958].

Physical Description: corresponds with LH correspondce folder in series "Grey Metal Box" in this collection
Box 65, Folder 67

Laura Huxley in indigenous village with unidentified man. Photo ID No. 67 [1958].

Box 65, Folder 69

Aldous Huxley with Marie Le Put ?. Photo ID No. 69 no date.

Physical Description: duplicates
Box 65, Folder 70

Huxley house under Hollywood sign. Photo ID No. 70 no date.

Box 65, Folder 71

Aldous and Maria Huxley bookplate design. Photo ID No. 71 no date.

Box 65, Folder 72

Bust of Aldous Huxley (1). Photo ID No. 72 no date.

Box 65, Folder 73

Jiddu Krishnamurti seated. Photo ID No. 73 no date.

Physical Description: not photo
Box 65, Folder 73

Jiddu Krishnamurti standing portrait. Photo ID No. 73 no date.

Physical Description: not photo
Box 65, Folder 73

Jiddu Krishnamurti portrait. Photo ID No. 73 no date.

Box 65, Folder 74

Bust of Aldous Huxley (2). Photo ID No. 74 no date.

Box 65, Folder 75

Drawn portrait of Aldous Huxley by Georges Schreiber. Photo ID No. 75 1937.

Box 65, Folder 76

Drawn portrait of Aldous Huxley by Don Bachardy (1), includes exhibit brouchure. Photo ID No. 76 1962.

Box 65, Folder 76

Drawn portrait of Aldous Huxley by Don Bachardy (2). Photo ID No. 76 1962.

Box 65, Folder 77

Pamphlet of event titled The Human Potential at Rancho La Puerta, Tecate, CA. Photo ID No. 77 1960.

Physical Description: not photo
Box 65, Folder 78

Clipping of image of Aldous Huxley from Italian periodical. Photo ID No. 78 no date.

Physical Description: not photo
Box 65, Folder 79

Clipping of image of Aldous Huxley speaking with Huston Smith from St. Louis Post. Photo ID No. 79 19-Jan-58.

Physical Description: not photo
Box 65, Folder 80

Clipping of article titled Huxley Returns Wed. to Address Students from LA City College publication Nite News. Photo ID No. 80 15-Apr.

Physical Description: not photo
Box 65, Folder 81

Clipping of article titled Huxley hos Blixen. Photo ID No. 81 Aug-61.

Physical Description: not photo, scandanavian language?
Box 65, Folder 82

Clipping of article titled Swami, Meet Garbo from Time Magazine. Photo ID No. 82 13-Jan-97.

Physical Description: not photo
Box 65, Folder 83

Clipping of image of Laura Huxley receiving film interview of Aldous Huxley from USC professor Dr. Herman Harvey. Photo ID No. 83 1-Jul-65.

Physical Description: not photo
Box 65, Folder 84

Clipping of article titled Morreu Aldous Huxley. Photo ID No. 84 no date.

Physical Description: not photo
Box 65, Folder 85

Postcard of Yuma's Famous Drive-in Chapel. Photo ID No. 85 no date.

Physical Description: not photo
Box 65, Folder 86

Unidentified woman possibly related to Laura Huxley. Photo ID No. 86 no date.

Box 65, Folder 87

Unidentified boy wearing costume with drum. Photo ID No. 87 no date.

Box 65, Folder 87

Unidentified boy wearing costume holding hands up. Photo ID No. 87 no date.

Box 65, Folder 88

Unidentified man. Photo ID No. 88 no date.

Box 65, Folder 89

Colosseum in Rome. Photo ID No. 89 no date.

Box 65, Folder 90

Denmark. Photo ID No. 90 no date.

Box 65, Folder 91

John Gielgud with two unidentified people. Photo ID No. 91 no date.

Box 65, Folder 92

Laura Huxley with two unidentified people. Photo ID No. 92 no date.

Box 65, Folder 93

Unidentified people seated together outside. Photo ID No. 93 no date.

Box 65, Folder 93

Unidentified people inside house. Photo ID No. 93 no date.

Box 65, Folder 93

Unidentified people in boat. Photo ID No. 93 no date.

Box 65, Folder 94

Richar Baltus Dick 10 months. Photo ID No. 94 no date.

Physical Description: possibly related to Maria Huxley?
Box 65, Folder 95

Postcard from Laura Huxley to Margueritte Nys. Photo ID No. 95 no date.

Physical Description: not photo
Box 65, Folder 96

Four unidentified people in the desert. Photo ID No. 96 no date.

Physical Description: mounted on paper
Box 65, Folder 97

Three unidentified people in the desert. Photo ID No. 97 no date.

Box 65, Folder 98

Card with photo inscribed greetings from Tinka and Robbie. Photo ID No. 98 no date.

Box 65, Folder 99

Aldous Huxley gesturing with hands up looking down. no date.

Physical Description: Reproduction from newspaper clipping
Box 66, Folder 1

Aldous Huxley seated at a table with Gerald Heard and unidentified man. Photo ID No. 99 no date.

Box 66, Folder 2

Aldous Huxley portrait in doorway. Photo ID No. 100 no date.

Physical Description: original photo by Caskey
Box 66, Folder 3

Aldous Huxley portrait 3/4 arms crossed. Photo ID No. 101 no date.

Physical Description: original photo by Blackstone-Shelburne New York
Box 66, Folder 4

Aldous Huxley portrait hand to chin in booklet titled L'Oeuvre. Photo ID No. 102 1949.

Physical Description: not photo
Box 66, Folder 5

Aldous Huxley seated hand to cheek reading. Photo ID No. 103 1960.

Box 66, Folder 6

Aldous Huxley outside holding coat walking talking with unidentified man. Photo ID No. 104 no date.

Box 66, Folder 7

Aldous Huxley seated 3/4 hand to face arm on couch. Photo ID No. 105 no date.

Physical Description: duplicates (original photo by George Kramer)
Box 66, Folder 8

Aldous Huxley seated profile hand to face eyes closed; other related photos. Photo ID No. 106 no date.

Physical Description: duplicates; added photos not yet digitized
Box 66, Folder 9

Aldous Huxley at dinner party with Ginny Pfeiffer ?. Photo ID No. 107 1958.

Box 66, Folder 10

Aldous Huxley at Saltwood Castle. Photo ID No. 108 1963.

Box 66, Folder 11

Aldous Huxley in a crowd at UC Berkeley (2). Photo ID No. 109 no date.

Box 66, Folder 11

Aldous Huxley in a crowd at UC Berkeley (3). Photo ID No. 109 no date.

Box 66, Folder 11

Aldous Huxley in a crowd at UC Berkeley (1). Photo ID No. 109 no date.

Box 66, Folder 12

Aldous Huxley with Paula [Kathy?] and Juan Pfeiffer. Photo ID No. 110 no date.

Box 66, Folder 13

Aldous Huxley looking off to side outside with unidentified man and two unidentified children. Photo ID No. 111 no date.

Physical Description: duplicates
Box 66, Folder 14

Aldous Huxley portrait profile seated on couch extended arm legs crossed. Photo ID No. 112 no date.

Physical Description: original photo by Douglass Glass U.K.
Box 66, Folder 15

Aldous Huxley standing outside holding coat with unidentified man and woman (1). Photo ID No. 113 no date.

Box 66, Folder 15

Aldous Huxley standing outside holding coat with unidentified man and woman (2). Photo ID No. 113 no date.

Box 66, Folder 15

Aldous Huxley standing outside holding coat with unidentified woman (2). Photo ID No. 113 no date.

Box 66, Folder 15

Aldous Huxley standing outside holding coat with unidentified woman (1). Photo ID No. 113 no date.

Box 66, Folder 15

Aldous Huxley standing outside holding coat with unidentified man (2). Photo ID No. 113 no date.

Box 66, Folder 15

Aldous Huxley standing outside holding coat with unidentified man (1). Photo ID No. 113 no date.

Box 66, Folder 16

Aldous Huxley close up looking up. Photo ID No. 114 no date.

Box 66, Folder 17

Aldous Huxley close up looking down talking. Photo ID No. 115 no date.

Box 66, Folder 18

Aldous Huxley at podium at Dartmouth College Hanover, NH. Photo ID No. 116 16-Sep-60.

Box 66, Folder 19

Aldous Huxley seated at Dartmouth College Hanover NH. Photo ID No. 117 8-10 Sept 1960.

Box 66, Folder 20

Aldous Huxley with Indian Ambassador to the United States at Dartmouth College Hanover NH. Photo ID No. 118 9-Sep-60.

Box 66, Folder 21

Aldous Huxley with John Dickey at Dartmouth College Hanover NH. Photo ID No. 119 8-10 Sept 1960.

Box 66, Folder 22

Aldous Huxely with Dr. Norman Topping and George Cukor. Photo ID No. 120 no date.

Box 66, Folder 23

Aldous Huxley with Dr. Norman Topping (3). Photo ID No. 121 no date.

Box 66, Folder 23

Aldous Huxley with Dr. Norman Topping (1). Photo ID No. 121 no date.

Box 66, Folder 23

Aldous Huxley with Dr. Norman Topping (2). Photo ID No. 121 no date.

Box 66, Folder 24

Aldous Huxley with Dr. Raymond Kendall. Photo ID No. 122 no date.

Box 66, Folder 25

Aldous Huxley close up 3/4 looking down talking. Photo ID No. 123 no date.

Box 66, Folder 26

Aldous Huxley with Meira Penna and Antonio Callado with unidentified man. Photo ID No. 124 no date.

Box 66, Folder 27

Aldous Huxley portrait profile looking down dark (1). Photo ID No. 125 no date.

Physical Description: original photo by Phoenix Hamilton
Box 66, Folder 27

Aldous Huxley portrait profile looking down dark (2). Photo ID No. 125 no date.

Physical Description: original photo by Phoenix Hamilton
Box 66, Folder 28

Aldous Huxley seated profile looking down. Photo ID No. 126 no date.

Box 66, Folder 29

Aldous Huxley at podium. Photo ID No. 127 no date.

Box 66, Folder 30

Aldous Huxley with unidentified man holding small statue award. Photo ID No. 128 no date.

Box 66, Folder 31

Aldous Huxley at the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations Confrence Rome Italy (1). Photo ID No. 129 1963.

Box 66, Folder 31

Aldous Huxley at the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations Confrence Rome Italy (7). Photo ID No. 129 1963.

Box 66, Folder 31

Aldous Huxley at the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations Confrence Rome Italy (6). Photo ID No. 129 1963.

Box 66, Folder 31

Aldous Huxley at the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations Confrence Rome Italy (5). Photo ID No. 129 1963.

Box 66, Folder 31

Aldous Huxley at the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations Confrence Rome Italy (4). Photo ID No. 129 1963.

Box 66, Folder 31

Aldous Huxley at the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations Confrence Rome Italy (3). Photo ID No. 129 1963.

Box 66, Folder 31

Unidentified men at the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations Confrence Rome Italy. Photo ID No. 129 1963.

Box 66, Folder 31

Aldous Huxley at the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations Confrence Rome Italy (2). Photo ID No. 129 1963.

Box 66, Folder 31

The Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations Confrence Rome Italy. Photo ID No. 129 1963.

Box 66, Folder 31

S.Y. Krishnaswamy and Dr. N. Wright with unidentified men at the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations Confrence Rome Italy. Photo ID No. 129 1963.

Box 66, Folder 32

Aldous Huxley drafting outline for Potential of Man at WAAS meeting Stockhom Sweden (1). Photo ID No. 130 1963.

Box 66, Folder 32

Aldous Huxley drafting outline for Potential of Man at WAAS meeting Stockhom Sweden (5). Photo ID No. 130 1963.

Box 66, Folder 32

Aldous Huxley drafting outline for Potential of Man at WAAS meeting Stockhom Sweden (3). Photo ID No. 130 1963.

Box 66, Folder 32

Aldous Huxley drafting outline for Potential of Man at WAAS meeting Stockhom Sweden (7). Photo ID No. 130 1963.

Box 66, Folder 32

Aldous Huxley drafting outline for Potential of Man at WAAS meeting Stockhom Sweden (2). Photo ID No. 130 1963.

Box 66, Folder 32

Aldous Huxley drafting outline for Potential of Man at WAAS meeting Stockhom Sweden (6). Photo ID No. 130 1963.

Box 66, Folder 32

Aldous Huxley drafting outline for Potential of Man at WAAS meeting Stockhom Sweden (4). Photo ID No. 130 1963.

Box 66, Folder 33

Aldous Huxely with M. Sullivan at Presbyterian church Lake Forest Ill. Photo ID No. 131 7-Apr-60.

Box 66, Folder 34

Aldous Huxley speaking at event San Francisco State College Industrial Arts Department. Photo ID No. 132 no date.

Box 66, Folder 35

Aldous Huxley close up smiling. Photo ID No. 133 no date.

Box 66, Folder 36

Aldous Huxley 3/4 leaning on elbow hands clasped wearing scarf. Photo ID No. 134 no date.

Physical Description: original photo by Jay Barrie Santa Monica CA
Box 66, Folder 37

Aldous Huxley seated 3/4 smiling holding a copy of Doors of Perception. Photo ID No. 135 no date.

Physical Description: original photo by Jack Case Los Angeles CA ?
Box 66, Folder 38

Aldous Huxley seated looking down hands clasped. Photo ID No. 136 no date.

Physical Description: original photo by Ralph Steiner
Box 66, Folder 39

Aldous Huxley with a bustof Benjamin Franklin. Photo ID No. 137 no date.

Box 66, Folder 40

Aldous Huxley standing in snow in mountains. Photo ID No. 138 no date.

Box 66, Folder 41

Aldous Huxley close up looking down smiling. Photo ID No. 139 no date.

Box 66, Folder 42

Aldous Huxley portrait profile hand to forehead. Photo ID No. 140 no date.

Physical Description: original photo by Douglass Glass U.K.
Box 66, Folder 43

Aldous Huxley close up eyes closing. Photo ID No. 141 no date.

Box 66, Folder 44

Aldous Huxley close up eyes closed. Photo ID No. 142 no date.

Box 66, Folder 45

Aldous Huxley profile talking outside. Photo ID No. 143 no date.

Physical Description: original photo by George Kramer
Box 66, Folder 46

Aldous Huxley standing in grass. Photo ID No. 144 no date.

Physical Description: cropped photo
Box 66, Folder 47

Aldous Huxley close up hand to cheek. Photo ID No. 145 no date.

Box 66, Folder 48

Aldous Huxley portrait in writing studio hand to cheek tweed blazer Llano CA. Photo ID No. 146 1944.

Physical Description: original photo signed Rose Nys Wessberg
Box 66, Folder 48

Aldous Huxley portrait in writing studio 3/4 holding pen tweed blazer Llano CA. Photo ID No. 146 1944.

Physical Description: original photo signed Rose Nys Wessberg
Box 66, Folder 48

Aldous Huxley portrait in wiriting studio profile at desk leaning on arms tweed blazer Llano CA. Photo ID No. 146 1944.

Physical Description: original photo signed Rose Nys Wessberg
Box 66, Folder 48

Aldous Huxley portrait in writing studio hand to chin looking down tweed blazer Llano CA. Photo ID No. 146 1944.

Physical Description: original photo signed Rose Nys Wessberg
Box 66, Folder 48

Aldous Huxley portrait in writing studio at desk looking down with pen tweed blazer Llano CA. Photo ID No. 146 1944.

Physical Description: original photo signed Rose Nys Wessberg
Box 66, Folder 49

Aldous Huxley seated profile pointing with thumb. Photo ID No. 147 no date.

Box 66, Folder 50

Aldous Huxley seated legs crossed looking off to side hands clasped. Photo ID No. 148 no date.

Box 66, Folder 51

Aldous Huxley close up looking down light tie. Photo ID No. 149 no date.

Box 66, Folder 52

Aldous Huxley close up black background. Photo ID No. 150 no date.

Box 66, Folder 52

Aldous Huxley seated looking down black background. Photo ID No. 150 no date.

Box 66, Folder 53

Aldous Huxley seated talking gesturing with hands. Photo ID No. 151 no date.

Box 66, Folder 54

Program for Aldous Huxley lecture at MIT. Photo ID No. 152 26-Sep-60.

Physical Description: not photo
Box 66, Folder 55

Aldous Huxley standing profile in hills above Hollywood. Photo ID No. 153 May-53.

Box 66, Folder 55

Aldous Huxley standing in hills above Hollywood. Photo ID No. 153 May-53.

Box 66, Folder 56

Pen and ink drawing (copy) of Aldous Huxley by David Levine from New York Review of Books. Photo ID No. 154 1971.

Physical Description: not photo
Box 66, Folder 57

Aldous Huxley seated legs crossed. Photo ID No. 155 no date.

Physical Description: not photo image from pamphlet?
Box 66, Folder 57

Univeristy audience applauding Aldous Huxley. Photo ID No. 155 no date.

Physical Description: not photo image from pamphlet?
Box 66, Folder 57

Aldous Huxley with two unidentified men standing on hill above Bethlehem PA. Photo ID No. 155 no date.

Physical Description: not photo image from pamphlet?
Box 66, Folder 57

Aldous Huxley feet and shoes. Photo ID No. 155 1937.

Physical Description: not photo image from pamphlet?
Box 66, Folder 58

Aldous Huxley, standing up looking down on Hollywood Hills. 1956.

Box 66, Folder 59

Aldous Huxley as a younger man leaning forward. no date.

Box 66, Folder 60

Aldous and Laura Huxley, at home in Hollywood Hills, includes photos of Aldous and Laura reclining on bed and on chaise lounge outside. 1959.

Physical Description: original Photo by Rosenys [Rose Nys?]
Box 67, Folder 1

Aldous Huxley 3/4 talking black background (1). Photo ID No. 156 no date.

Physical Description: mounted on cardboard
Box 67, Folder 2

Aldous Huxley 3/4 talking black background (2). Photo ID No. 157 no date.

Physical Description: mounted on cardboard
Box 67, Folder 3

Aldous Huxley 3/4 talking black background (3). Photo ID No. 158 no date.

Physical Description: mounted on cardboard
Box 67, Folder 4

Aldous Huxley 3/4 close up talking black background. Photo ID No. 159 no date.

Physical Description: mounted on cardboard
Box 67, Folder 5

Aldous Huxley seated taking black background. Photo ID No. 160 no date.

Physical Description: mounted on cardboard
Box 67, Folder 6

Aldous Huxley seated talking looking down black background. Photo ID No. 161 no date.

Physical Description: mounted on cardboard
Box 67, Folder 7

Aldous Huxley seated talking looking down gesturing black background. Photo ID No. 162 no date.

Physical Description: mounted on cardboard
Box 67, Folder 8

Aldous Huxley close up black background (2). Photo ID No. 163 no date.

Physical Description: mounted on cardboard
Box 67, Folder 9

Aldous Huxley close up profile black background. Photo ID No. 164 no date.

Physical Description: mounted on cardboard
Box 67, Folder 10

Aldous Huxley seated talking to unidentified man gesturing black background. Photo ID No. 165 no date.

Physical Description: mounted on cardboard
Box 67, Folder 11

Aldous Huxley seated in chair talking gesturing with hands black background. Photo ID No. 166 no date.

Physical Description: mounted on cardboard
Box 67, Folder 12

Aldous Huxley seated in chair looking down hands clasped black background. Photo ID No. 167 no date.

Physical Description: mounted on cardboard
Box 67, Folder 13

Aldous Huxley profile looking down dark picture. Photo ID No. 168 no date.

Physical Description: original photo by Phoenix Hamilton
Box 67, Folder 14

Aldous Huxley profile seated hands clasped around knees. Photo ID No. 169 no date.

Box 67, Folder 15

Aldous Huxley and unidentified man holding two cartoons. Photo ID No. 170 no date.

Box 67, Folder 16

Aldous Huxley seated in chair talking gesturing with hands black background (2). Photo ID No. 171 no date.

Physical Description: mounted on cardboard
Box 67, Folder 17

Aldous Huxley close up 3/4 looking straigh ahead black background. Photo ID No. 172 no date.

Physical Description: mounted on cardboard
Box 67, Folder 18

Aldous Huxley portrait close up shadow on face. Photo ID No. 173 no date.

Physical Description: original photo by Sanford H. Roth
Box 67, Folder 19

Aldous Huxley and unidentified man holding two cartoons and unidentified woman. Photo ID No. 174 no date.

Box 67, Folder 20

Aldous Huxley close up looking down white handkerchief. Photo ID No. 175 no date.

Box 67, Folder 21

Aldous and Laura Huxley at large gathering posed photograph. Photo ID No. 176 no date.

Box 67, Folder 22

Laura Huxley portrait hand on neck. Photo ID No. 177 no date.

Physical Description: original photograph by Jill Krementz
Box 67, Folder 23

Laura Huxley portrait hand to forehead. Photo ID No. 178 no date.

Physical Description: original photograph by Jill Krementz
Box 67, Folder 24

Thomas Henry Huxley. Photo ID No. 179 1857.

Physical Description: photo attached to paper
Box 67, Folder 25

Aldous Huxley hand. Photo ID No. 180 16-Nov-63.

Box 67, Folder 26

Aldous Huxley on a train in Switzerland photo taken by Laura Huxley. Photo ID No. 181 1961.

Box 67, Folder 27

Aldous Huxley at podium at MIT. Photo ID No. 182 1960.

Box 67, Folder 28

Detail of Bernini's Ecstasy of St. Theresa. Photo ID No. 183 no date.

Box 67, Folder 29

Postcard from Aldous Huxley to Laura Huxley of Bernini's head of Medusa. Photo ID No. 184 1963.

Box 67, Folder 30

Images used in This Timeless Moment, including Adromeda Galaxy, image of postcard, image of edited manuscript, image of The Polish Rider by Rembrandt, image of Aldous Huxley walking on grass. Photo ID No. 185 no date.

Physical Description: Lick Observatory photograph
Box 68, Folder 1

Painted portrait of Aldous Huxley by Biberman. Photo ID No. 186 no date.

Box 68, Folder 2

Drawn portrait of Aldous Huxley by B. Budwig. Photo ID No. 187 no date.

Box 68, Folder 3

Clipping of article titled Remembering Aldous Huxley by Huston Smith from Los Angeles Times. Photo ID No. 188 20-Nov-88.

Physical Description: illustrated with photograph of Aldous Huxley
Box 68, Folder 4

Clipping of article titled If My Library Burned Tonight by Aldous Huxley (2). Photo ID No. 189 1947.

Physical Description: Clipped article from House and Garden, illustrated with photograph of Aldous Huxley by George Platt Lynes.
Box 68, Folder 4

Clipping of article titled If My Library Burned Tonight by Aldous Huxley (1). Photo ID No. 189 1947.

Physical Description: Clipped article from House and Garden, illustrated with photograph of Aldous Huxley by George Platt Lynes
Box 68, Folder 5

Clipping of article titled A Case for ESP PK and PSI by Aldous Huxley from Life Magazine (1). Photo ID No. 190 11-Jan-54.

Physical Description: illustrated with photograph of Aldous Huxley, and experiments in ESP
Box 68, Folder 5

Clipping of article titled A Case for ESP PK and PSI by Aldous Huxley from Life Magazine (7). Photo ID No. 190 11-Jan-54.

Physical Description: illustrated with photograph of Aldous Huxley, and experiments in ESP
Box 68, Folder 5

Clipping of article titled A Case for ESP PK and PSI by Aldous Huxley from Life Magazine (2). Photo ID No. 190 11-Jan-54.

Physical Description: illustrated with photograph of Aldous Huxley, and experiments in ESP
Box 68, Folder 5

Clipping of article titled A Case for ESP PK and PSI by Aldous Huxley from Life Magazine (5). Photo ID No. 190 11-Jan-54.

Physical Description: illustrated with photograph of Aldous Huxley, and experiments in ESP
Box 68, Folder 5

Clipping of article titled A Case for ESP PK and PSI by Aldous Huxley from Life Magazine (6). Photo ID No. 190 11-Jan-54.

Physical Description: illustrated with photograph of Aldous Huxley, and experiments in ESP
Box 68, Folder 5

Clipping of article titled A Case for ESP PK and PSI by Aldous Huxley from Life Magazine (4). Photo ID No. 190 11-Jan-54.

Physical Description: illustrated with photograph of Aldous Huxley, and experiments in ESP
Box 68, Folder 5

Clipping of article titled A Case for ESP PK and PSI by Aldous Huxley from Life Magazine (3). Photo ID No. 190 11-Jan-54.

Physical Description: illustrated with photograph of Aldous Huxley, and experiments in ESP
Box 68, Folder 6

Clipping of article titled Aldous Huxley's life and times in southern california by Lisa Mitchell from The Los Angeles Times. Photo ID No. 191 no date.

Physical Description: illustrated with photograph of Aldous Huxley
Box 68, Folder 7

Clipping of article from Italian language newspaper by Alfredo Todisco. Photo ID No. 192 no date.

Physical Description: illustrated with photograph of Aldous Huxley
Box 68, Folder 8

Aldous Huxley walking outside with unidentified woman. Photo ID No. 193 no date.

Physical Description: magazine article, Harpers Bazaar, illustrated with photograph of Aldous Huxley and unidentified woman
Box 68, Folder 9

Clipping of article titled A Warm Climate for Cultural Life. Photo ID No. 194 no date.

Physical Description: illustrated with photograph of Aldous and Julian Huxley, Christopher Isherwood, Gerald Heard, and Linus Pauling
Box 68, Folder 10

Clipping of article titled We nominate for the Hall of Fame from Vanity Fair. Photo ID No. 195 no date.

Box 68, Folder 11

Aldous Huxley seated outside looking down next to citrus tree. Photo ID No. 196 1961.

Box 68, Folder 11

Aldous Huxley close up leaning on elbow hand to cheek looking down. Photo ID No. 196 1958.

Physical Description: original photograph by W. Suschitzky U.K.
Box 68, Folder 11

Aldous Huxley profile leaning on arm smiling. Photo ID No. 196 no date.

Physical Description: original photo by Sanford H. Roth
Box 68, Folder 11

Aldous Huxley seated profile hand to mouth at café. Photo ID No. 196 no date.

Box 68, Folder 12

Aldous Huxley close up checked tie (2). Photo ID No. 197 1958.

Physical Description: original photograph by W. Suschitzky U.K.
Box 68, Folder 12

Aldous Huxley close up checked tie (1). Photo ID No. 197 1958.

Physical Description: original photograph by W. Suschitzky U.K.
Box 68, Folder 13

D.H. Lawrence. Photo ID No. 198 no date.

Physical Description: original photography by Sanford H. Roth
Box 68, Folder 13

Igor Stravinsky. Photo ID No. 198 no date.

Physical Description: original photography by Sanford H. Roth
Box 68, Folder 14

Aldous Huxley with Edith Sitwell in Hollywood. Photo ID No. 199 1950s.

Box 68, Folder 14

Aldous Huxley with two unidentified people at exhibit. Photo ID No. 199 1961.

Box 68, Folder 15

Aldous and Julian Huxley seated (3). Photo ID No. 200 1958.

Physical Description: original photograph by W. Suschitzky U.K.
Box 68, Folder 15

Aldous and Julian Huxley seated (2). Photo ID No. 200 1958.

Physical Description: original photograph by W. Suschitzky U.K.
Box 68, Folder 15

Aldous and Julian Huxley seated (1). Photo ID No. 200 1958.

Physical Description: original photograph by W. Suschitzky U.K.
Box 68, Folder 16

Aldous Huxley with Ginny Laura Paula and Juan Pfeiffer. Photo ID No. 201 no date.

Box 69, Folder 1

Aldous Huxley seated outside next to Laura Huxely and her father. Photo ID No. 202 no date.

Box 69, Folder 1

Aldous Huxley seated with arms around Paula [Kathy?] and Juan Pfeiffer. Photo ID No. 202 no date.

Box 69, Folder 1

Aldous Huxley standing next to young Piero Archera [?]. Photo ID No. 202 no date.

Box 69, Folder 1

Aldous Huxley with Laura Huxley with other unidentified women. Photo ID No. 202 no date.

Box 69, Folder 1

Aldous Huxley looking at camera smiling seated next to Laura Huxley. Photo ID No. 202 no date.

Box 69, Folder 1

Aldous Huxley with newspaper seated with Laura Huxley looking over his shoulder. Photo ID No. 202 no date.

Box 69, Folder 1

Aldous Huxley at dinner party with Jinny Pfeiffer and unidentified people. Photo ID No. 202 no date.

Box 69, Folder 1

Aldous Huxley seated to right near Laura Huxley and her family [?]. Photo ID No. 202 no date.

Box 73, Folder 1

Slides, The Dartmouth Convocation on Great Issues of Conscience in Modern Medicine. Photo ID No. 255 1960 Sep 8-10.

Box 73, Folder 2

Slides, painting of Aldous Huxley by Edward Biberman. Photo ID No. 255 no date.

Box 73, Folder 3

Negative strip, Aldous Huxley and Julian Huxley. Photo ID No. 255 no date.

Box 73, Folder 4

Negative strips, Aldous Huxley, and unidentified others [Copenhagen, with Dr. Wolf?]. Photo ID No. 255 1961 [?].

Box 73, Folder 5

Small negatives, individually labeled, miscellaneous. Photo ID No. 256 1960s.

Box 73, Folder 6

Large negatives, individually labeled, miscellaneous. Photo ID No. 257 no date.

Box 77, Folder 1

Photos of Aldous Huxley's funeral in Surrey, England. [1964].

Box 77, Folder 2

Photo of Andrew Huxley and family. 1961.

Box 77, Folder 3

Photo of Marguerite Nys, includes correspondence. 1964.

 

Psychedelics.

 

Hoffman, Albert.

Box 27, Folder 2

Correspondence. 1961 - 1963.

 

Leary, Timothy.

Box 27, Folder 3

LSD, Materials Related to Harvard Experiments. 1960 - 1962.

Box 27, Folder 4

Correspondence. 1962 - 1964.

Box 27, Folder 5

Various Manuscripts Sent to Aldous Huxley. 1962 Oct 26.

Physical Description: The Religious Experience: Its Production and Interpretation; Religious Implications of Consciousness Expanding Substance; Tibetan Manual For Ego-Transcendent Experience Using Psychedelic Substances; A Change Program for Adult Offenders Using Psilocybin; including newsletters and meeting minutes; includes letter from Leary to Aldous Huxley
Box 27, Folder 6

Correspondence to Aldous Huxley from Metzner and Osmond. 1963.

Box 27, Folder 7

Materials Related to the International Federation for Internal Freedom. 1963.

 

LSD.

Box 27, Folder 8

On The Responsible Use of LSD-25 In Psychiatric Treatment: A Preliminary Report. 1963 Feb 7.

Box 27, Folder 9

LSD Session Notes in Laura Huxley's handwriting. 1963.

Box 27, Folder 10

Notes on LSD and Mescaline, typewritten. 1962.

Box 27, Folder 11

LSD and Religion, Transcription of discussion at a Huxley luncheon in Toronto. 31 Mar 1961.

Box 27, Folder 12

Miscellaneous articles on the use and experimentation of psychedelics in medicine and psychiatry. 1960s.

Physical Description: Contains materials collected by Laura Huxley post Aldous Huxley's death
Box 27, Folder 13

Transcript of discussion "On Conciousness Altering Drugs" given at California College of Medicine. 18 Apr 1956.

Physical Description: Featuring Aldous Huxley and Gerlad Heard, Moderator is Oscar Janiger
 

Osmond, Humphrey.

Box 27, Folder 14

Correspondence. 1961-1967.

Physical Description: Regarding house fire, psychedelics and psychology
 

Recordings.

 

Label reads: Double Tape (LSD Flower) [illlegible] on the litter tape [?] recorder & cancell it; Laura Huxley, notes on LSD session [that was dedicated to Aldous' LSD session the day he died], notes on Aldous' LSD session the day he died. UCLA Tape No. 403 14 Dec 1963.

Physical Description: related to UCLA Tape No 378 A and 378 B
Box 85, Folder 2

Aldous Huxley and Laura Huxley, recorded conversation [while on psilocybin?] ; Label reads: A & L Bylocyclin [spi?] , 8 pills (2 mg.), 3-3/4" ips. UCLA Tape No. 13 1962 Jan 22.

Physical Description: Note on box: "A & L talking." Note on cassette: "Love and work."
Box 98, Folder 16

Aldous Huxley, recorded by Laura Huxley, label on box reads "A. LSD 100 mg". UCLA Tape No. 210 1962 Dec 23.

Physical Description: Note on box:" A. LSD 100 mg. 23 Dec 62."
Box 100, Folder 15

Laura Huxley, interview, LSD. UCLA Tape No. 236 1975 Sep.

Physical Description: Typed label reads: "Laura -LSD Spet. '75"
 

Research Related.

Box 27, Folder 1

Psilocybin, Experiment Results, Aldous Huxley Participant, Photocopy. 1960 Nov 6.

 

Retrospectives.

 

Recordings.

Box 94, Folder 9

Laura Huxley, George Dewey Cukor, Christopher Isherwood and Robert Maynard Hutchins, Program on Aldous Huxley, USC. UCLA Tape No. 146 1965 Mar 18.

Physical Description: 3-3/4 ips, tracks 1 & 2. Friends of the Libraries, USC.
Box 94, Folder 12

Retrospective, "Ideas", "Aldous Huxley and Beyond: Heredity and the Man", Part I, Hosted by Barry Morse, Canadian Broadcasting Corporation. UCLA Tape No. 149 1973 Dec 3.

Physical Description: Note on reel label: 3.75. Note on box: "Heredity and the man. Copyright held by C.B.C. Not to be played commercially without approval." "A. Huxley ideas" (label on reel)
Box 94, Folder 13

Retrospective, "Ideas", "Aldous Huxley and Beyond: Vision", Part II, Hosted by Barry Morse, Candian Broadcasting Corporation. UCLA Tape No. 150 1973 Dec 4.

Physical Description: Note on reel label: 3.75. Note on box: "Vision. Copyright held by C.B.C. Not to be played commercially without approval." "Ideas A. Huxley" (label on reel)
Box 94, Folder 14

Retrospective, "Ideas", "Aldous Huxley and Beyond: Brave New World", Part III, Hosted by Barry Morse, Canadian Broadcasting Corporation. UCLA Tape No. 151 1973 Dec.

Physical Description: Note on reel label: 3.75. Note on box: "Ideas: Aldous Huxley and beyond. Programme #3. Brave New World. Dub at 3/3/4 ips (119-to 116). Copyright held by C.B.C. Not to be played commercially without approval."
Box 95, Folder 1

Retrospective, "Ideas", "Aldous Huxley and Beyond: Mystic Vision", Part IV, Hosted by Barry Morse, Canadian Broadcasting Corporation. UCLA Tape No. 152 1973 Dec.

Physical Description: Note on box: "Ideas: Aldous Huxley and beyond. Programme #3. Mystic vision. Dub at 3/3/4 ips (119-to 117). Copyright held by C.B.C. Not to be played commercially without approval."
Box 95, Folder 2

Retrospective, "Ideas", "Aldous Huxley and Beyond: Beyond", Part V, Hosted by Barry Morse, Canadian Broadcasting Corporation. UCLA Tape No. 153 1973 Dec 7.

Physical Description: Note on reel label: 3.75. Note on box: "Huxley # 5 'Beyond'. Copyright held by C.B.C. Not to be played commercially without approval."
Box 98, Folder 4

Retrospective, Aldous Huxley, speaker, Yehudi Menuhin: Friends and Contemporaries, BBC Archives, WFMT Chicago Fine Arts Station; Aldous Huxley reading aloud, Brave New World. UCLA Tape No. 198 1966.

Physical Description: 3-3/4, monoraul. Note on box: "Side 1 MS tape #H-13 (A. Huxley): Dupe of Yehudi Menuhin: Friends and contemporaries, from BBC archives, Side 2: MS tape #H-10, A. Huxley reading section "Linda's Death" from his novel, Brave New World, from Columbia record ML-4753." Note on tape label: "Side 1 mono, 3-3/4, 5/15/66, SFMT, Chicago."
Box 99

Retrospective, Aldous Huxley. UCLA Tape No. 222 no date.

Physical Description: Five cassette tapes
Box 99

Laura Huxley, Tribute to Aldous Huxley, Brave New world and Virtual Reality, New York Open Center Symposium, Manhattan. UCLA Tape No. 221 1994.

Physical Description: Two cassette tapes
Box 99, Folder 11

Tribute to Aldous Huxley, Laura Huxley and other presenters, Brave New world and Virtual Reality, New York Open Center Symposium, Manhattan (continued from UCLA Tape no. 221 A). UCLA Tape No. 221B 1994.

Physical Description: See 221
Box 99, Folder 11

Tribute to Aldous Huxley, Laura Huxley and other presenters, Brave New world and Virtual Reality, New York Open Center Symposium, Manhattan. UCLA Tape No. 221A 1994.

Physical Description: See 221
Box 99, Folder 12

Tribute to Aldous Huxley, Laura Huxley and other presenters, Brave New world and Virtual Reality, New York Open Center Symposium, Manhattan (continued from UCLA Tape no. 221 B). UCLA Tape No. 221C 1994.

Physical Description: See 221
Box 99, Folder 13

Retrospective, Aldous Huxley. UCLA Tape No. 222A no date.

Physical Description: See 222
Box 99, Folder 14

Retrospective, Aldous Huxley (continued from UCLA Tape no. 222 A). UCLA Tape No. 222B no date.

Physical Description: See 222
Box 99, Folder 15

Retrospective, Aldous Huxley (continued from UCLA Tape no. 222 B). UCLA Tape No. 222C no date.

Physical Description: See 222
Box 99, Folder 16

Retrospective, Aldous Huxley (continued from UCLA Tape no. 222 C). UCLA Tape No. 222D no date.

Physical Description: See 222
Box 99, Folder 17

Retrospective, Aldous Huxley (continued from UCLA Tape no. 222 D). UCLA Tape No. 222E no date.

Physical Description: See 222
Box 100

Retrospective, Aldous Huxley : Perceptions and Prophesies, Ideas on Aldous Huxley, hosted by Lister Sinclair. UCLA Tape No. 226 no date.

Physical Description: Four cassette tapes, Handwritten label reads: "Aldous Memorial from Toronto." REBURN - CD HAS SCRATCH AND NOISY IN CD PLAYER.
Box 100, Folder 1

Retrospective, Aldous Huxley : Perceptions and Prophesies, Ideas on Aldous Huxley, hosted by Lister Sinclair. UCLA Tape No. 226A no date.

Box 100, Folder 2

Retrospective, Aldous Huxley : Perceptions and Prophesies, Ideas on Aldous Huxley, hosted by Lister Sinclair (continued from UCLA Tape no. 226 A). UCLA Tape No. 226B no date.

Box 100, Folder 3

Retrospective, Aldous Huxley : Perceptions and Prophesies, Ideas on Aldous Huxley, hosted by Lister Sinclair (continued from UCLA Tape no. 226 B). UCLA Tape No. 226C no date.

Box 100, Folder 4

Retrospective, Aldous Huxley : Perceptions and Prophesies, Ideas on Aldous Huxley, hosted by Lister Sinclair (continued from UCLA Tape no. 226 C). UCLA Tape No. 226D no date.

 

Safe Contents.

Box 78, Folder 1

Correspondence and outline of film by Ginny Pfeiffer, Rome. 1948.

Box 78, Folder 2

Typed draft, The Desert by Aldous Huxley. no date.

Box 78, Folder 3

Clipping of text with typed annotations. no date.

Box 78, Folder 4

Typed draft, Faith, Taste, and History by Aldous Huxley, includes correspondence from Chatto & Windus. no date.

Box 78, Folder 5

Typed draft with annotations, Education on the Nonverbal Level by Aldous Huxley; Typed draft, Matter, Mind, and the Question of Survival by Aldous Huxley. no date; 1960 May 10.

Box 78, Folder 6

Photos, notes, and sketches by Aldous Huxley. no date.

Box 78, Folder 7

Photographic copies of drawbridge sketch by Aldous Huxley. 1973.

Box 78, Folder 8

Typed draft of Aldous Huxley's account of Maria Huxley's death. [1955?].

Box 78, Folder 9

Typed draft, letter from Laura Huxley to Julian and Juliette Huxley regarding Aldous Huxley's death. 1963.

Box 78, Folder 10

Correspondence, reply to Laura Huxley's letter regarding Aldous Huxley's death from Julian and Juliette Huxley. 1963.

Box 78, Folder 11

Photocopy, holograph note by Aldous Huxley requesting LSD on deathbead. 1963.

Box 78, Folder 12

Holograph and typed drafts of correspondence from Laura Huxley to Aldous Huxley. 1961-1963.

Box 78, Folder 13

Correspondence and notes from Aldous Huxley to Laura Huxley regarding edits of Recipes for Living and Loving. 1962.

Box 79, Folder 1

Audio DVDs and transcription of discussion between Laura Huxley and Aldous Huxley regarding Shakespeare and Religion. 1963[?].

Box 79, Folder 2

Two volumes [possibly volumes mentioned by psychic in reference to Aldous Huxley's communication from afterlife]. no date.

Box 79, Folder 3

Correspondence, from Aldous Huxley to Laura Huxley, includes original drawbridge sketch and love letters [1 of 2]. 1961-1963.

Box 79, Folder 4

Correspondence, from Aldous Huxley to Laura Huxley, includes original drawbridge sketch and love letters [2 of 2]. 1961-1963.

Box 79, Folder 5

Photos of Aldous Huxley, miscellaneous, includes original photo of Aldous Huxley by Lou Stoumen. no date.

Box 79, Folder 6

Typescript of pages from Island by Aldous Huxley. 1963[?].

Box 79, Folder 7

Photocopy, letter from Aldous Huxley to Gabriel Pascal. 1951 Dec 16.

Box 79, Folder 8

Photocopy and original, letter from Aldous Huxley to Laura Huxley about acupuncture. no date.

Box 79, Folder 9

Published review of film Blackout by Laura Huxley and Ginny Pfeiffer. 1940s[?].

Box 79, Folder 10

Publicity materials and photographs relating to early life of Laura Huxley. 1920s-1930s.

 

Writings about Aldous Huxley.

Box 15, Folder 1

Kelley, William and Ross, Beverly. Huxley 101. Screenplay - first draft. no date.

Physical Description: "Property of Legend International Film Enterprises, Inc." Photocopy of AH letter to "Mr. Gardner", June 25, 1962, laid in.
Box 15, Folder 2

Aldous has "Personality", extracted from Science News Letter, 80:190. 1961 Sep 16.

Physical Description: Electronic computer program named after Aldous Huxley.
Box 15, Folder 3

Levi, Primo. L'Altrui Mestiere, Aldous Huxley [chapter title], Italian language. no date.

Physical Description: Chapter from larger work
Box 15, Folder 4

Yuzuru, Katagiri. Notes on Aldous Huxley and "Semantics", Kyoto Review 16 Spring. 1983.

Physical Description: Postcard to Laura Huxley from Maxewell Eden from 1983 laid in ; Newsletter from "Zero Population Growth" Summer 1983 laid in
Box 15, Folder 5

DeHaulleville, Olivia. Personal Memoirs on Aldous Huxley; Motoyama, Hiroshi. Huxley's World of Vision Yoga and Psi-Science in section titled Aldous Huxley 1895-1963, Kyoto Review 17 Spring. 1984.

Physical Description: Two copies, one of which has a large acid burn on front cover
Box 15, Folder 6

Dobrin, Arnold. Journey Toward Light the Life of Aldous Huxley, xerox of edited copy. 1968.

Physical Description: Includes letter to Laura Huxley from author and Frances Keen
Box 15, Folder 7

Huxley, Aldous. Aldous Huxley The Doors of Perception, Magical Blend Issue 11, excerpt from original Huxley work. no date.

Physical Description: Note to Laura Huxley from Jerry Snider [?] and separate note from Mary Ficks dated May 24, 1985 laid in
Box 15, Folder 8

Wells, Walter. Aldous in Huxleywood, Writers of the Historic Wilshire Corridor. no date.

Box 15, Folder 9

Duncan, Bruce N. Aldous Huxley, George Orwell and Al Capp: Satrical Stroytellers and Observers of Society, Ever Onward. 1985.

Physical Description: Work about Aldous Huxley on Pages 52-53, included is a letter to Laura Huxley from the author dated June 1, 1985, Transmittal envelope included
Box 15, Folder 10

Cupers, Jean-Louis. De La Selection Des Objets Musico-Litteraires: Aldous Huxley Critique Musical, Proceedings of the ixth Congress of the International Comparaitve Literature Association. 1981.

Box 15, Folder 11

Cupers, Jean-Louis. Analyses musicales chez Aldous Huxley et l'ideal de la critique d'art, Etudes Independantes. 1974 ?.

Physical Description: Includes letter to Laura Huxley from author dated Nov 13 1974
Box 15, Folder 12

Murray, Donald Charles. From Pyrrhonism to Mysticism the agile mind of Aldous Huxley, Master's Thesis, Dept. of English, Duke Univeristy. 1962.

Box 15, Folder 13

Pierrot, Christiane. Society and the Individual in Aldous Huxley's Brave New World and Island, Thesis ?, Universite de Besancon. 1963 Nov.

Box 15, Folder 14

Multiple Authors cited, Who is Aldous Huxley?, AnnualAnnual. 1965.

Physical Description: Authors contributing include Christopher Isherwood, Robert Nathan, Gerald Heard, Laura Huxley, Rosalind Rajgopal, Robert M. Hutchins
Box 15, Folder 15

Clark, Ronald W. The Huxleys, edited excerpts relating to Aldous Huxley. 1967.

Physical Description: Includes correspondece between the author and Laura Huxley regarding edits, corrections, etc.
Box 15, Folder 16

[no author], Seeker of Significance, MD Magazine, May 1965. 1947.

Box 41, Folder 2

Sexton, James. Aldous Huxley Letters [1 of 2]. 2007.

Box 41, Folder 3

Sexton, James. Aldous Huxley Letters [2 of 2]. 2007.

Box 41, Folder 4

Ferrucci, Paola Rossi. Utopia E Distopia in Aldous Huxley [1 of 2]. 1973-1974.

Box 41, Folder 5

Ferrucci, Paola Rossi. Utopia E Distopia in Aldous Huxley [2 of 2]. 1973-1974.

Box 41, Folder 6

Manassero, Raffaella. La riflessione pedagogica di Aldous Huxley: Un maestro da non dimenticare. 1998-1999.

Box 44, Folder 9

Reviews of Aldous Huxley 1894-1963. 1965.

Box 46, Folder 14

Clipping, "Books: With Aldous Huxley in California," from The News, Mexico City. 29 May 1977.

Box 46, Folder 15

Clippings, "Novelist, Violinist Wed," from Mirror-News; "Huxley Honeymoons After His Elopement," from Los Angeles Times. Mar 1956.

Box 46, Folder 16

Photocopy, Interview, by Lionel Olay, from Cavalier. Sept 1963.

Box 53, Folder 2

Clippings, miscellaneous and biographical articles. 1950s-2000s.

Physical Description: oversize box
Box 53, Folder 4

Clippings, reviews of works about Aldous Huxley and Huxley family; includes photocopies. 1960s-1970s.

Physical Description: oversize box
Box 64, Folder 2

Journal, Psychedelic Review, vol. 1, no. 3, Aldous Huxley memorial issue. 1964.

Box 64, Folder 3

Journal, Psychedelic Review, vol. 1, no. 3, Aldous Huxley memorial issue, copy 2. 1964.

Box 64, Folder 4

Offprint, Aldous Huxley: Satire and Structure, by Jerome Meckier. no date.

Box 64, Folder 6

Journal, Aldous Huxley Annual, vol. 5. 2005.

Box 64, Folder 7

Articles published in journal Etudes Anglaises: Aldous Huxley Epistolier; Deux Lettres Inedites d'Aldous Huxley. 1973 Oct-Dec.

Box 64, Folder 8

Article published in journal Encounter, Huxley and Stravinsky, by Robert Craft. 1965 Nov.

Box 64, Folder 9

Offprint, originally published in Shakespeare Quarterly, Shakespeare and Aldous Huxley by Jerome Meckier. 1971.

Box 64, Folder 10

Offprint, originally published in Shakespeare Quarterly, Shakespeare and Aldous Huxley by Jerome Meckier, copy 2. 1971.

Box 64, Folder 12

Offprint, originally published in the American Journal of Clinical Hypnosis, vol. 3, A Special Inquiry with Aldous Huxley into the Nature and Character of Various States of Consciousness, by Milton H. Erickson, M.D. 1965.

Box 64, Folder 13

Offprint, originally published in The Novel and its Changing Form, Dickens and the Dystopian Novel, by Jerome Meckier. no date.

Box 64, Folder 14

Offprint, originally published in Modern Fiction Studies, The Hippopotamian Question: A Note on Aldous Huxley's Unfinished Novel, Jerome Meckier. 1970-71.

Box 64, Folder 15

Offprint, orignially published in Modern Language Review, Quarles Among the Monkeys: Huxley's Zoological Novels, by Jerome Meckier. 1973.

Box 64, Folder 17

Exhibit catalogue, The Scholar At Work, University of Texas at Austin. 1975.

Box 64, Folder 18

Catalogue of manuscript holdings, Aldous Huxley at UCLA. 1964.

Box 64, Folder 19

Catalogue of manuscript holdings, Aldous Huxley at UCLA, copy 2. 1964.

Box 64, Folder 20

Catalogue of manuscript holdings, Aldous Huxley at UCLA, copy 3. 1964.

Box 64, Folder 21

Offprint, originally published in Daedalus, Religion, Scholarship, and the Resituation of Man, by Walter Ong. 1961.

Box 64, Folder 22

Offprint, originally published in Daedalus, Religion, Scholarship, and the Resituation of Man, by Walter Ong, copy 2. 1961.

Box 64, Folder 23

Offprint, originally published in Daedalus, Religion, Scholarship, and the Resituation of Man, by Walter Ong, copy 3. 1961.

Box 64, Folder 24

Offprint, originally published in Daedalus, Religion, Scholarship, and the Resituation of Man, by Walter Ong, copy 4. 1961.

Box 64, Folder 28

Exhibition catalogue, J.B. Priestly: An Exhibition of Manuscripts and Books, University of Texas at Austin. 1960.

Box 64, Folder 29

Pamphlet, Aldous Huxley 1894-1963, by Lawrence Clark Powell, Robert R. Kirsch and Jacob Zeitlin. 1964.

Box 64, Folder 30

Pamphlet, Aldous Huxley 1894-1963, by Lawrence Clark Powell, Robert R. Kirsch and Jacob Zeitlin, copy 2. 1964.

Box 64, Folder 31

Pamphlet, Aldous Huxley 1894-1963, by Lawrence Clark Powell, Robert R. Kirsch and Jacob Zeitlin, copy 3. 1964.

Box 64, Folder 32

Book review, published in Intellectual Digest, Letters of Aldous Huxley, edited by Grover Smith. 1970 Sep-Oct.

Box 64, Folder 33

Book review, published in Intellectual Digest, Letters of Aldous Huxley, edited by Grover Smith, copy 2. 1970 Sep-Oct.

Box 64, Folder 35

Published in the Kenyon Review, The Poignant Prophet, by Gerald Heard. 1965.

Box 64, Folder 36

Published in the Critical Quarterly, Aldous Huxley and the Two Nothings, by A.E. Dyson. 1961.

Box 64, Folder 37

Transcription, An Evening in Honor of Aldous Huxley, published by University of Southern California, Friends of the Libraires. 1965 Mar 18.

Box 64, Folder 38

Transcription, An Evening in Honor of Aldous Huxley, published by University of Southern California, Friends of the Libraires, copy 2. 1965 Mar 18.

Box 64, Folder 39

Transcription, An Evening in Honor of Aldous Huxley, published by University of Southern California, Friends of the Libraires, copy 3. 1965 Mar 18.

 

Writers at Work.

Box 47, Folder 44

Photocopy of chapter on Aldous Huxley. no date.

 

Writings based on the Work of Aldous Huxley.

 

After a Many Summer [Dies the Swan].

Box 24, Folder 1

Script, "After a Many Summer," by Van Mark. no date.

 

After Many a Summer.

Box 56, Folder 7

Script and correspondence, dramatized by Rex Tucker. 1965 Jun 19.

 

After the Fireworks.

Box 24, Folder 2

Screenplay, by William Kelley. 3 Aug 1988.

 

Ape and Essence.

Box 24, Folder 5

Script [concept], Lauren T. Berman [?]. 1983.

 

Brave New World.

Box 23, Folder 12

Script, adaptation by John C. Edwards, Second cutting by Robert Benedetti, Chamber Theater [production] devised by Dr. Robert S. Breen. no date.

Box 23, Folder 13

Script, Robert Randolph; Wesley Hal Hester. no date.

Box 23, Folder 14

Script, Franklin Lacey ; Laurence Rosenthal. 21 Apr 1961.

Box 23, Folder 15

Script, Franklin Lacey ; Laurence Rosenthal; [later draft ?]. 1961.

Box 24, Folder 4

Script, Teleplay by Robert E. Thompson, produced by Jacquelin Babbin. 1978.

Box 56, Folder 9

Script, "Have You Really Come a Long Way, Baby?", includes excerpt from work. 1978.

 

Chrome Yellow.

Box 24, Folder 3

Script,"The Dwarves," adapted for radio by Peter Mackie. 1987.

 

Genius and the Goddess (The).

Box 23, Folder 16

Screenplay, Eric Berg. 28 Jul 1997.

 

Point Counterpoint.

Box 56, Folder 5

Script and correspondence, dramatized by Simon Raven, parts one and two [1 of 2]. 1968 Oct 25.

Box 56, Folder 6

Script and correspondence, dramatized by Simon Raven, part three [2 of 2]. 1968 Oct 25.

 

Related Material.

Box 23, Folder 11

Handwritten list of Scripts for Brave New World. no date.

 

Laura Huxley Papers.

 

Aldous Huxley related material.

 

Articles and Projects.

Box 42, Folder 6

Correspondence, corrections and notes by Laura Huxley on Aldous Huxley, Seeker of Significance, published in MD magazine. 1965 May.

Box 42, Folder 7

Pamphlets, correspondence and publicity materials. c. 1980.

Box 42, Folder 8

Bronze bust of Aldous Huxley, UCLA librarian, Volume 20 Number 10. 1967 Oct.

Box 42, Folder 9

Correspondence and copy of draft, House and Garden. 1973 May.

 

Collected by Laura Huxley.

Box 55, Folder 1

Calendars featuring Aldous Huxley; bank check with name "Alvous L. Huxley". 1983-1984; no date.

Physical Description: oversize box
 

Correspondence.

Box 42, Folder 1

Fan letters. 1951-1982 [part 1].

Box 42, Folder 2

Fan letters. 1951-1982 [part 2].

Box 42, Folder 3

Fan letters. 1951-1982 [part 3].

Box 42, Folder 4

Publications and permissions [1 of 2]. 1964-1992.

Box 42, Folder 5

Publications and permissions [2 of 2]. 1964-1992.

Physical Description: includes letter written in Italian language
Box 43, Folder 1

Condolences [1 of 6]. 1963-1964.

Box 43, Folder 2

Condolences [2 of 6]. 1963-1964.

Box 43, Folder 3

Condolences [3 of 6]. 1963-1964.

Box 43, Folder 4

Condolences [4 of 6]. 1963-1964.

Box 43, Folder 5

Condolences [5 of 6]. 1963-1964.

Physical Description: includes telegrams from Igora Veva Stravinsky, Edward James, Alice and Charles Mayo, Rouben Mamoulin, George Hoyniger Huene, Bernadine Szold Fritz
Box 43, Folder 6

Condolences [6 of 6]. 1963-1964.

Physical Description: labeled by Laura Huxley "not to be answered"
 

Memorials and Tributes.

Box 44, Folder 1

Articles and correspondence. 1963-1965.

Physical Description: includes letter from Anita Loos and Jake Zeitlin
Box 44, Folder 2

Copy of correspondence and chapter from memorial volume by Bedford, Sybille. 1964 Oct.

Box 44, Folder 3

Draft of chapter from memorial volume by Huxley, Julian. [1964].

Box 44, Folder 4

Draft of chapter from memorial volume by Heard, Gerald. [1964].

Box 44, Folder 5

Correspondence between Ian Parsons and Matthew Huxley regarding T.S. Eliot's chapter. 1965.

Box 44, Folder 6

Correspondence and draft of chapter from memorial volume by Humphrey, Osmond. 1964.

Box 44, Folder 7

Correspondence and magazine from Loos, Anita. 1964 May.

Box 44, Folder 8

Magazine, Frontier from Lipton, Lawrence. 1964.

Box 44, Folder 10

Correspondence, Harvey Mudd College, UCLA, MIT. 1964-1966.

Box 44, Folder 11

Draft of chapter from Memorial Volume by Isherwood, Christopher, Some Memories of Aldous Huxley. [1964].

Box 53, Folder 5

Clippings, obituaries. 1963.

Physical Description: oversize box
 

Personal.

Box 42, Folder 10

Laura Huxley's notes on Aldous Huxley. notes.

 

Interviews.

 

Recordings.

Folder 10

Label reads: 33. Interview 6/23/68. [Laura Huxley, interview, Elizabeth Grunette, tape one]. UCLA Tape No. 348A 1968 Jun 23.

Folder 11

Label reads: 14. Interview Laura Huxley 6/23/68 [interview, Elizabeth Grunette, tape two]. UCLA Tape No. 348B 1968 Jun 23.

Folder 16

Label reads: 16. Interview Laura / Eliz. [Elizabeth] Grunette '68 [copy 2]. UCLA Tape No. 352 1968.

 

Label reads: 17. L. / Larry Schiller [Laura, interview with Larry Schiller]. UCLA Tape No. 368 no date.

 

Label reads: 40. Laura, Celebrity Salon, Dr. Kroger. UCLA Tape No. 345 no date.

 

Label reads: 17. L. / Larry Schiller [Laura, interview with Larry Schiller]. UCLA Tape No. 368 no date.

Box 85, Folder 7

Laura Huxley Interview with Elliot Mintz, and Desert Sun Ecological …. UCLA Tape No. 18 1971 Mar (5" reel) and 1971 May (3" reel).

Box 100, Folder 8

Laura Huxley, WBIA New York, interview, self-recorded responses; Psychic Reading ?. UCLA Tape No. 230 1978.

Physical Description: Side B: sound of recording changes to faint and high pitch around last 1/4 mark
Box 100, Folder 12

Laura Huxley, interview, typed label reads : "KCET at home making video". UCLA Tape No. 233 1978.

Physical Description: Typed label reads: "KCET at home making video," low recording quality
Box 100, Folder 14

Laura Huxley, interview, Grey Power, KPFK. UCLA Tape No. 235 1978 Jul 20.

Box 101

Laura Huxley, interview, holograph label reads "Fernanela Pivano e L.", unknown piano lesson ?. UCLA Tape No. 246A 1985.

Box 101

Laura Huxley, interview, holograph label reads "Fernanela Pivano e L.", unknown piano lesson ? (continued from UCLA Tape No. 246 A). UCLA Tape No. 246B 1985.

Box 101

Laura Huxley, Our Greatest Investment [?], holograph label reads: "O Nobly Born (a piece of it)"; Unknown radio program, interview, handwritten label reads " (continued from UCLA Tape No. 241 A). UCLA Tape No. 241B 1978 Nov.

Box 101

Laura Huxley, interview, BBC (continued from UCLA Tape No. 254 A). UCLA Tape No. 254B 1994 Feb 5.

Box 101

Laura Huxley, interview, BBC. UCLA Tape No. 254A 1994 Feb 5.

Box 101

Laura Huxley, interview, David Dunaway (continued from UCLA Tape No. 249D). UCLA Tape No. 249E 1985 June 1.

Box 101

Laura Huxley, interview, Feminine Perspective; Laura Huxley, interview, Something's Happening, KPFK. UCLA Tape No. 240A 1985.

Box 101

Laura Huxley, interview, David Dunaway (continued from UCLA Tape No. 249 A). UCLA Tape No. 249B 1985 June 1.

Box 101

Laura Huxley, interview, typed label reads, "Laura & Canadian interviewer". UCLA Tape No. 247A 1986.

Box 101

Laura Huxley, interview ?, informally speaking with unidentified individuals. UCLA Tape No. 256A 1994.

Box 101

Laura Huxley, Our Greatest Investment [?], holograph label reads: "O Nobly Born (a piece of it)"; Unknown radio program, interview, handwritten label reads ". UCLA Tape No. 241A 1978 Nov.

Box 101

Laura Huxley, interview, Feminine Perspective; Laura Huxley, interview, Something's Happening, KPFK (continued from UCLA Tape No. 250 A). UCLA Tape No. 240B 1985.

Box 101

Laura Huxley, interview ?, informally speaking with unidentified individuals (continued from UCLA Tape No. 256 A). UCLA Tape No. 256B 1994.

Box 101

Laura Huxley, interview, Journal of the Air; Unknown interview on side labeled "Laura Interviews" (continued from UCLA Tape No. 242 A). UCLA Tape No. 242B 1979.

Box 101

Laura Huxley, interview, David Dunaway (continued from UCLA Tape No. 249 C). UCLA Tape No. 249D 1985 June 1.

Box 101

Laura Huxley, interview, Journal of the Air; Unknown interview on side labeled "Laura Interviews". UCLA Tape No. 242A 1979.

Box 101

Laura Huxley, interview with Ian Thompson, The Independent. UCLA Tape No. 258 1994.

Physical Description: Two cassette tapes
Box 101

Laura Huxley, interview, David Dunaway (continued from UCLA Tape No. 249 B). UCLA Tape No. 249C 1985 June 1.

Box 101

Laura Huxley, interview, David Dunaway. UCLA Tape No. 249A 1985 June 1.

Box 101

Laura Huxley, interview, typed label reads, "Laura & Canadian interviewer" (continued from UCLA Tape No. 247 A). UCLA Tape No. 247B 1986.

Box 101, Folder 1

Laura Huxley, interview, Feminine Perspective; Laura Huxley, interview, Something's Happening, KPFK. UCLA Tape No. 240 1977; 1978 Jan 27.

Box 101, Folder 2

Laura Huxley, Our Greatest Investment [?], holograph label reads: "O Nobly Born (a piece of it)"; Unknown radio program, interview, handwritten label reads ". UCLA Tape No. 241 1978 Nov;.

Box 101, Folder 3

Laura Huxley, interview, Journal of the Air; Unknown interview on side labeled "Laura Interviews". UCLA Tape No. 242 1979.

Box 101, Folder 5

Laura Huxley, interview, Health Club of the Air. UCLA Tape No. 244 no date.

Box 101, Folder 7

Laura Huxley, interview, holograph label reads "Fernanela Pivano e L.", unknown piano lesson ?. UCLA Tape No. 246 1985.

Physical Description: Low sound quality on side 2
Box 101, Folder 8

Laura Huxley, interview, typed label reads, "Laura & Canadian interviewer". UCLA Tape No. 247 1986.

Box 101, Folder 9

Laura Huxley, interview, typed label reads "Laura on Prof. Szekeley with Dan Maziark '86". UCLA Tape No. 248 1986.

Box 101, Folder 10

Laura Huxley, interview, David Dunaway. UCLA Tape No. 249 1985 June 1.

Physical Description: Three cassette tapes
Box 101, Folder 11

Laura Huxley, interview, typed label reads "Laura -Canadian Radio Piero". UCLA Tape No. 250 1985.

Box 101, Folder 12

Laura Huxley, interview, holograph label reads "Interview Seniors Health", self recorded responses. UCLA Tape No. 251 1994 Mar 8.

Box 101, Folder 13

Laura Huxley, interview, KLSX. UCLA Tape No. 252 1994 Mar 20.

Box 101, Folder 14

Laura Huxley, interview, Gloria Allred, KABC. UCLA Tape No. 253 1994 Apr 14.

Physical Description: Joop Jeans Protest
Box 101, Folder 15

Laura Huxley, interview, BBC. UCLA Tape No. 254 1994 Feb 5.

Physical Description: Interview topics includes Aldous Huxley
Box 101, Folder 17

Laura Huxley, interview ?, informally speaking with unidentified individuals. UCLA Tape No. 256 1994.

Box 101, Folder 18

Laura Huxley, interview, still Going Strong, KIEB Glendale Los Angeles 87 am; Side B: interview ? Self recorded responses. UCLA Tape No. 257 1994.

Box 101, Folder 19

Laura Huxley, interview with Ian Thompson, The Independent (continued from UCLA Tape No. 258 A). UCLA Tape No. 258B 1994.

Box 101, Folder 19

Laura Huxley, interview with Ian Thompson, The Independent. UCLA Tape No. 258A 1994.

Box 101, Folder 20

Laura Huxley, interview with Ian Thompson, The Independent (continued from UCLA Tape No. 258 B). UCLA Tape No. 258C 1994.

Box 101, Folder 21

Laura Huxley, interview with Bruce Eisner, regarding Our Ultimate Investment. UCLA Tape No. 259 no date.

Box 101, Folder 22

Laura Huxley, interview, holograph label reads "Whole Life Times Interview" ; Music. UCLA Tape No. 260 1994.

Box 102, Folder 

Laura Huxley, Interview, holograph label reads "Laura + Liz : New Perspectives Interview 4.1-99" -very faint sound! (continued from UCLA Tape No. 269 A). UCLA Tape No. 269B 1999 Apr.

Box 102, Folder 

Laura Huxley, Interview, holograph label reads "Laura + Liz : New Perspectives Interview 4.1-99" -very faint sound!. UCLA Tape No. 269A 1999 Apr.

Box 102, Folder 

Laura Huxley, interview [?] , holograph label reads "About Death/LH and Sherrill [?] Pappas…" -very faint sound (continued from UCLA Tape No. 267 A). UCLA Tape No. 267B no date.

Box 102, Folder 

Laura Huxley, interview [?] , holograph label reads "About Death/LH and Sherrill [?] Pappas…" -very faint sound. UCLA Tape No. 267A no date.

Box 102, Folder 4

Laura Huxley, The Third Age, KUIT News Radio, Hosted by Dr. Peter Brill, hand written label reads, "Laura with Leslie - Radio". UCLA Tape No. 264 2001 Sep.

Box 102, Folder 7

Laura Huxley, interview [?] , holograph label reads "About Death/LH and Sherrill [?] Pappas…" -vaery faint sound. UCLA Tape No. 267 no date.

Box 102, Folder 8

Laura Huxley, holograph label reads "int. KPLY Reno Nevada June 1991", self recorded responses to phone interview [?], ambient sounds [?]. UCLA Tape No. 268 1991 Jun.

Box 102, Folder 9

Laura Huxley, Interview, holograph label reads "Laura + Liz : New Perspectives Interview 4.1-99" -very faint sound!. UCLA Tape No. 269 1999 Apr.

Box 102, Folder 10

Laura Huxley, Interview, holograph written label reads "Laura Huxley w/ Bob Griggs 6/91". UCLA Tape No. 270 1991 Jun.

Box 102, Folder 11

Laura Huxley, self recorded responses to telephone interview [?], holograph Label reads, "Sun Radio interview June 20- 94". UCLA Tape No. 271 1994 June 20.

Box 102, Folder 13

Laura Huxley, Self recorded responses to telephone interview, holograph label reads "Interview: Washington Post, Re: psychadelics Laura + Trevor Huxley 5 May 1998". UCLA Tape No. 273 1998 May 5.

Box 102, Folder 14

Laura Huxley, Interview, holograph label reads "New Dimensions #2284". UCLA Tape No. 274 1990.

Box 102, Folder 15

Laura Huxley, Interview, On topic of Aldous Huxley, Faustin Interviews: Reminiscesnces, Faustin & Brian Interview Series. UCLA Tape No. 275 1990 Jun 2.

Box 102, Folder 16

Laura Huxley, Interview, Faustin Interviews: Future Plans, Faustin & Brian Interview Series. UCLA Tape No. 276 1990 Mar 7.

Physical Description: To be reburned, problems with cd.
Box 102, Folder 18

Laura Huxley, Interview, holograph label reads "L. interview with Reuter Inter. N.B.C. interview DHN Witch [?]". UCLA Tape No. 278 1998.

Box 102, Folder 19

Laura Huxley, Interview, holograph label reads "Interview with Stuart Matranga (total tv) 3-4-98". UCLA Tape No. 279 1998.

Box 102, Folder 20

Laura Huxley, Interview, Somethings Happening!, KPFK, holograph label reads "This Timeless Moment Alan Watts & Laura Huxley". UCLA Tape No. 280 no date.

Box 102, Folder 22

Laura Huxley, holograph label reads "L. interview with Ruth B. Hawkins March 4 1998". UCLA Tape No. 282 1998 Mar 4.

Box 102, Folder 23

Diane McCutchen, holograph label reads "Interview 'Community Focus' Airs 11pm 11-28-04. UCLA Tape No. 283 2004 Nov 28.

Box 102, Folder 24

Laura Huxley, KPFK, holograph label reads "Aware w/ Laura Huxley 6-13-01". UCLA Tape No. 284 2001 Jun 13.

Box 102, Folder 25

Laura Huxley with Elizabeth Crawford, Interview, unknown radio program, Our Ultimate Investment. UCLA Tape No. 285 no date.

Box 102, Folder 26

Laura Huxley, Interview, Hispanic Spectrum, Hosted by Monica Brooks, holograph label reads "Power 106 Interview Laura Huxley 7-17-1991". UCLA Tape No. 286 1991 Jul 17.

Box 102, Folder 27

Laura Huxley, Interview, Free Forum, Hosted by Terrence McNally, KPFK. UCLA Tape No. 287 1998 Aug 13.

Box 102, Folder 28

Laura Huxley, holograph label reads "Interview, Phonix Bookstore 3/13/91". UCLA Tape No. 288 1991 Mar 13.

Box 102, Folder 30

Laura Huxley, Interview, Faustin Interviews [?]. UCLA Tape No. 290 1990 Jun 2.

Box 102, Folder 31

Laura Huxley, holograph label reads "Radio Interview Penn". UCLA Tape No. 291 1991 Jun.

Box 106, Folder 7

Label reads: 40. Laura, Celebrity Salon, Dr. Kroger. UCLA Tape No. 345 no date.

Box 106, Folder 10

Label reads: 33. Interview 6/23/68. [Laura Huxley, interview, Elizabeth Grunette, tape one]. UCLA Tape No. 348A 1968 Jun 23.

Box 106, Folder 11

Label reads: 14. Interview Laura Huxley 6/23/68 [interview, Elizabeth Grunette, tape two]. UCLA Tape No. 348B 1968 Jun 23.

Box 106, Folder 16

Label reads: 16. Interview Laura / Eliz. [Elizabeth] Grunette '68 [copy 2]. UCLA Tape No. 352 1968.

Box 114, Folder 

Label reads: 41 Interview with KPFK '68; Label on reel reads: L.H. interview with Quigley KPFK. UCLA Tape No. 384A 20 Nov 1968.

Physical Description: reel one of two; play back speed is very slow
 

Lectures and Speeches.

 

Recordings.

Box , Folder 12

Label reads: 30. A) Omega Center [Kansas City], L+P [Laura and Piero], Oct 6 1970, Part One, Day One, B) Omega Center, L+P, Oct 6 1970, Part Two, Day One. UCLA Tape No. 349A 1970 Oct 6.

Box , Folder 12

Label reads: 30. A) Omega Center [Kansas City], L+P [Laura and Piero], Oct 6 1970, Part One, Day One, B) Omega Center, L+P, Oct 6 1970, Part Two, Day One. UCLA Tape No. 349B 1970 Oct 6.

Physical Description: Continuation of 349A.
Box , Folder 12

Label reads: 30. A) Omega Center [Kansas City], L+P [Laura and Piero], Oct 6 1970, Part One, Day One, B) Omega Center, L+P, Oct 6 1970, Part Two, Day One. UCLA Tape No. 349D 1970 Oct 6.

Physical Description: Continuation of 349C.
Box , Folder 12

Label reads: 30. A) Omega Center [Kansas City], L+P [Laura and Piero], Oct 6 1970, Part One, Day One, B) Omega Center, L+P, Oct 6 1970, Part Two, Day One. UCLA Tape No. 349C 1970 Oct 6.

Physical Description: Continuation of 349B.
Box , Folder 13

Label reads: 25. A) Omega Center, 7 Oct 1970, L+P [Laura and Piero], Day Two, Part One, B) Omega Center, 7 Oct 1970, L+P [Laura and Piero], Day Two, Part Two. UCLA Tape No. 349I 1970 Oct 7.

Physical Description: Continuation of 349H.
Box , Folder 13

Label reads: 25. A) Omega Center, 7 Oct 1970, L+P [Laura and Piero], Day Two, Part One, B) Omega Center, 7 Oct 1970, L+P [Laura and Piero], Day Two, Part Two. UCLA Tape No. 349G 1970 Oct 7.

Physical Description: Continuation of 349F.
Box , Folder 13

Label reads: 25. A) Omega Center, 7 Oct 1970, L+P [Laura and Piero], Day Two, Part One, B) Omega Center, 7 Oct 1970, L+P [Laura and Piero], Day Two, Part Two. UCLA Tape No. 349H 1970 Oct 7.

Physical Description: Continuation of 349G.
Box , Folder 14

Label reads: 31. A) Cumbres, First Day, 3-5 Nov 1970, L+P [Laura and Piero], B) Cumbres, First + Second Day, 3-5 Nov 1970, L+P. UCLA Tape No. 350C 1970 Nov 3-5.

Physical Description: Continuation of 350C.
Box , Folder 14

Label reads: 31. A) Cumbres, First Day, 3-5 Nov 1970, L+P [Laura and Piero], B) Cumbres, First + Second Day, 3-5 Nov 1970, L+P. UCLA Tape No. 350B 1970 Nov 3-5.

Physical Description: Continuation of 350B.
Box , Folder 14

Label reads: 31. A) Cumbres, First Day, 3-5 Nov 1970, L+P [Laura and Piero], B) Cumbres, First + Second Day, 3-5 Nov 1970, L+P. UCLA Tape No. 350D 1970 Nov 3-5.

Physical Description: Continuation of 350D.
Box , Folder 14

Label reads: 31. A) Cumbres, First Day, 3-5 Nov 1970, L+P [Laura and Piero], B) Cumbres, First + Second Day, 3-5 Nov 1970, L+P. UCLA Tape No. 350E 1970 Nov 3-5.

Physical Description: Continuation of 350E.
Box , Folder 14

Label reads: 31. A) Cumbres, First Day, 3-5 Nov 1970, L+P [Laura and Piero], B) Cumbres, First + Second Day, 3-5 Nov 1970, L+P. UCLA Tape No. 350A 1970 Nov 3-5.

Box , Folder 15

Label reads: 32. Harvard, 14 Nov 1970, L+P [Laura and Piero], Morning Session. UCLA Tape No. 351A 1970 Nov 14.

Box , Folder 15

Label reads: 32. Harvard, 14 Nov 1970, L+P [Laura and Piero], Morning Session. UCLA Tape No. 351B 1970 Nov 14.

Physical Description: Continuation of 351A.
Box , Folder 17

Label reads: 27. Toronto, 24 Oct 1970, L+P [Laura and Piero], Part One: Death and Rebirth, Part Two: shouting, Model[?] etc. UCLA Tape No. 353A 1970 Oct 24.

Box , Folder 17

Label reads: 27. Toronto, 24 Oct 1970, L+P [Laura and Piero], Part One: Death and Rebirth, Part Two: shouting, Model[?] etc. UCLA Tape No. 353B 1970 Oct 24.

Physical Description: Continuation of #353A.
Box , Folder 17

Label reads: 27. Toronto, 24 Oct 1970, L+P [Laura and Piero], Part One: Death and Rebirth, Part Two: shouting, Model[?] etc. UCLA Tape No. 353C 1970 Oct 24.

Physical Description: Continuation of #353B.
Box , Folder 17

Label reads: 27. Toronto, 24 Oct 1970, L+P [Laura and Piero], Part One: Death and Rebirth, Part Two: shouting, Model[?] etc. UCLA Tape No. 353D 1970 Oct 24.

Physical Description: Continuation of #353C.
Box , Folder 17

Label reads: 27. Toronto, 24 Oct 1970, L+P [Laura and Piero], Part One: Death and Rebirth, Part Two: shouting, Model[?] etc. UCLA Tape No. 353E 1970 Oct 24.

Physical Description: Continuation of #353D.
Box , Folder 17

Label reads: 27. Toronto, 24 Oct 1970, L+P [Laura and Piero], Part One: Death and Rebirth, Part Two: shouting, Model[?] etc. UCLA Tape No. 353F 1970 Oct 24.

Physical Description: Continuation of #353E.
Box , Folder 18

Label reads: 26. LxP [Laura and Piero], Toronto Oct 24-25, Seminar Session One: Transformation of E. UCLA Tape No. 354A 1970 Oct 24-25.

Box , Folder 18

Label reads: 26. LxP [Laura and Piero], Toronto Oct 24-25, Seminar Session One: Transformation of E. UCLA Tape No. 354B 1970 Oct 24-25.

Physical Description: Continuation of 354A.
Box , Folder 18

Label reads: 26. LxP [Laura and Piero], Toronto Oct 24-25, Seminar Session One: Transformation of E. UCLA Tape No. 354C 1970 Oct 24-25.

Physical Description: Continuation of 354B.
 

Label reads: 38. Anderson; Laura, One. UCLA Tape No. 343B no date.

Physical Description: Continuation of 343A.
 

Label reads: " Side 1 Imagination - Big Sur - Sat Apr [illegible] 64 - O - 612 Laura Huxley Side 2 [illegible] Apr 5 '64 - 628 Gene Sarfan [?]". UCLA Tape No. 431 1964.

Physical Description: not digitized
 

Label reads: 38. Anderson; Laura, One. UCLA Tape No. 343C no date.

Physical Description: CD
 

Label reads: 39. OBS. PT, 5/23/63. [Laura at Observation Point]. UCLA Tape No. 344 1963 May 23.

 

Label reads: 35-37 Laura Huxley , Robert Gerard, Eugene Sagan, 3 parts (6 reels). UCLA Tape No. 385A circa 1970?.

Physical Description: reel one of six
 

Label reads: 35-37 Laura Huxley , Robert Gerard, Eugene Sagan, 3 parts (6 reels). UCLA Tape No. 385B circa 1970?.

Physical Description: reel two of six
 

Label reads: 35-37 Laura Huxley , Robert Gerard, Eugene Sagan, 3 parts (6 reels). UCLA Tape No. 385C circa 1970?.

Physical Description: reel three of six
 

Label reads: 24. A) Oasis - One, Oct 3 1970, L+P [Laura and Piero], speed 15/16, B) Oasis - Two, Oct 4 1970, L+P [Laura and Piero], speed 15/16. UCLA Tape No. 367 1970 Oct 3-4.

 

Label reads: 38. Anderson; Laura, One. UCLA Tape No. 343A no date.

Physical Description: CD
 

Label reads: 35-37 Laura Huxley , Robert Gerard, Eugene Sagan, 3 parts (6 reels). UCLA Tape No. 385D1 circa 1970?.

Physical Description: reel four of six
 

Label reads: 35-37 Laura Huxley , Robert Gerard, Eugene Sagan, 3 parts (6 reels). UCLA Tape No. 385E circa 1970?.

Physical Description: reel five of six
 

Label reads: 35-37 Laura Huxley , Robert Gerard, Eugene Sagan, 3 parts (6 reels). UCLA Tape No. 385F circa 1970?.

Physical Description: reel six of six
 

Label reads: L. June 2 1971 L.A. STAN. UCLA Tape No. 390A 2 Jun 1971.

Physical Description: play back speed is very slow
 

Label reads: One Rob and Laura [?]L. P. & Rose Spring 68 L. Sergent Smith & Elliot Two Ginny session scientology Spring 66. UCLA Tape No. 391A 1966-1968.

Physical Description: play back speed is very slow
 

Label reads: Big Sur Hot Springs April 3, 1964, Sat Eve Laura Huxley Seminar on Imagination. UCLA Tape No. 402 3 Apr 1964.

 

Label reads: First Part to be Rewound Second Part of Tape sent for transcript of my speech; Side A: Empty, Side B: Laura Huxley, speaking at unidentified event, [on the topic of psychotherapy ?]. UCLA Tape No. 404 no date.

 

Label reads: 38. Anderson; Laura, One. UCLA Tape No. 343D no date.

Physical Description: Continuation of 343C.
 

Label reads: 19. A) Irvine, L.H. [Laura Huxley], One, ? [illegible], Mai 24-25-26, ? [illegible], B) Irvine, 2-3, Mai 25. UCLA Tape No. 369A 1969 May 24-26.

 

Label reads: 24. A) Oasis - One, Oct 3 1970, L+P [Laura and Piero], speed 15/16, B) Oasis - Two, Oct 4 1970, L+P [Laura and Piero], speed 15/16. UCLA Tape No. 367D 1970 Oct 3-4.

Physical Description: Continuation of 367C.
 

Label reads: 24. A) Oasis - One, Oct 3 1970, L+P [Laura and Piero], speed 15/16, B) Oasis - Two, Oct 4 1970, L+P [Laura and Piero], speed 15/16. UCLA Tape No. 367E 1970 Oct 3-4.

Physical Description: Continuation of 367D.
 

Label reads: 24. A) Oasis - One, Oct 3 1970, L+P [Laura and Piero], speed 15/16, B) Oasis - Two, Oct 4 1970, L+P [Laura and Piero], speed 15/16. UCLA Tape No. 367F 1970 Oct 3-4.

Physical Description: Continuation of 367E.
 

Label reads: 24. A) Oasis - One, Oct 3 1970, L+P [Laura and Piero], speed 15/16, B) Oasis - Two, Oct 4 1970, L+P [Laura and Piero], speed 15/16. UCLA Tape No. 367G 1970 Oct 3-4.

Physical Description: Continuation of 367F.
 

Label reads: 20. A) Tecate, Sept 18 eve 19, L+P [Laura and Piero], B) Tecate, Sept 19 eve 20, L+P [Laura and Piero]. UCLA Tape No. 370A 1970 Sep 18-20.

Physical Description: Continuation of 370A.
 

Label reads: 19. A) Irvine, L.H. [Laura Huxley], One, ? [illegible], Mai 24-25-26, ? [illegible], B) Irvine, 2-3, Mai 25. UCLA Tape No. 369B 1969 May 24-26.

Physical Description: Continuation of 369A.
 

Label reads: 19. A) Irvine, L.H. [Laura Huxley], One, ? [illegible], Mai 24-25-26, ? [illegible], B) Irvine, 2-3, Mai 25. UCLA Tape No. 369C 1969 May 24-26.

Physical Description: Continuation of 369B.
 

Label reads: 19. A) Irvine, L.H. [Laura Huxley], One, ? [illegible], Mai 24-25-26, ? [illegible], B) Irvine, 2-3, Mai 25. UCLA Tape No. 369D 1969 May 24-26.

Physical Description: Continuation of 369C.
 

Label reads: 24. A) Oasis - One, Oct 3 1970, L+P [Laura and Piero], speed 15/16, B) Oasis - Two, Oct 4 1970, L+P [Laura and Piero], speed 15/16. UCLA Tape No. 367C 1970 Oct 3-4.

Physical Description: Continuation of 367B.
 

Label reads: 18. Irvine - Mai 26 '69. UCLA Tape No. 369F

Physical Description: Continuation of 369E.
 

Label reads: 21. Reel #1, 7075-A [Laura and Piero, Aureon Workshop Reel 1 of 3]. UCLA Tape No. 366B 1970 Nov.

Physical Description: Continuation of 366A.
 

Label reads: 20. A) Tecate, Sept 18 eve 19, L+P [Laura and Piero], B) Tecate, Sept 19 eve 20, L+P [Laura and Piero]. UCLA Tape No. 370B 1970 Sep 18-20.

Physical Description: Continuation of 370B.
 

Label reads: 18. Irvine - Mai 26 '69. UCLA Tape No. 369E 1969 May 26.

 

Label reads: 28. Cleveland, 19 Oct 1970, Day Two B, L+P [Laura and Piero]. UCLA Tape No. 355H 1970 Oct 19.

Physical Description: Continuation of 355G.
 

Label reads: 29. A) Cleveland, 17-18 Oct 1970, L+P [Laura and Piero], Day One, B), Cleveland, Day Two, 17-18 Oct 1970, L+P [Laura and Piero]. UCLA Tape No. 355A 1970 Oct 17-18.

 

Label reads: 29. A) Cleveland, 17-18 Oct 1970, L+P [Laura and Piero], Day One, B), Cleveland, Day Two, 17-18 Oct 1970, L+P [Laura and Piero]. UCLA Tape No. 355B 1970 Oct 17-18.

Physical Description: Continuation of 355A.
 

Label reads: 29. A) Cleveland, 17-18 Oct 1970, L+P [Laura and Piero], Day One, B), Cleveland, Day Two, 17-18 Oct 1970, L+P [Laura and Piero]. UCLA Tape No. 355C 1970 Oct 17-18.

Physical Description: Continuation of 355B.
 

Label reads: 29. A) Cleveland, 17-18 Oct 1970, L+P [Laura and Piero], Day One, B), Cleveland, Day Two, 17-18 Oct 1970, L+P [Laura and Piero]. UCLA Tape No. 355D 1970 Oct 17-18.

Physical Description: Continuation of 355C.
 

Label reads: 29. A) Cleveland, 17-18 Oct 1970, L+P [Laura and Piero], Day One, B), Cleveland, Day Two, 17-18 Oct 1970, L+P [Laura and Piero]. UCLA Tape No. 355E 1970 Oct 17-18.

Physical Description: Continuation of 355D.
 

Label reads: 22. Reel #2, 7075-B [Laura and Piero, Aureon Workshop Reel 2 of 3]. UCLA Tape No. 366D 1970 Nov.

Physical Description: Continuation of 366C.
 

Label reads: 28. Cleveland, 19 Oct 1970, Day Two B, L+P [Laura and Piero]. UCLA Tape No. 355G 1970 Oct 19.

 

Label reads: 24. A) Oasis - One, Oct 3 1970, L+P [Laura and Piero], speed 15/16, B) Oasis - Two, Oct 4 1970, L+P [Laura and Piero], speed 15/16. UCLA Tape No. 367B 1970 Oct 3-4.

Physical Description: Continuation of 367A.
 

Label reads: 21. Reel #1, 7075-A [Laura and Piero, Aureon Workshop Reel 1 of 3]. UCLA Tape No. 366A 1970 Nov.

 

Label reads: 20. A) Tecate, Sept 18 eve 19, L+P [Laura and Piero], B) Tecate, Sept 19 eve 20, L+P [Laura and Piero]. UCLA Tape No. 370E 1970 Sep 18-20.

Physical Description: Continuation of 370E.
 

Label reads: 22. Reel #2, 7075-B [Laura and Piero, Aureon Workshop Reel 2 of 3]. UCLA Tape No. 366C 1970 Nov.

 

Label reads: 23. Reel #3, 7075-C [Laura and Piero, Aureon Workshop Reel 3 of 3]. UCLA Tape No. 366E 1970 Nov.

 

Label reads: 23. Reel #3, 7075-C [Laura and Piero, Aureon Workshop Reel 3 of 3]. UCLA Tape No. 366F 1970 Nov.

Physical Description: Continuation of 366E.
 

Label reads: 24. A) Oasis - One, Oct 3 1970, L+P [Laura and Piero], speed 15/16, B) Oasis - Two, Oct 4 1970, L+P [Laura and Piero], speed 15/16. UCLA Tape No. 367A 1970 Oct 3-4.

 

Label reads: 29. A) Cleveland, 17-18 Oct 1970, L+P [Laura and Piero], Day One, B), Cleveland, Day Two, 17-18 Oct 1970, L+P [Laura and Piero]. UCLA Tape No. 355F 1970 Oct 17-18.

Physical Description: Continuation of 355E.
 

Label reads: L. June 2 1971 L.A. STAN. UCLA Tape No. 390F 2 Jun 1971.

Physical Description: play back speed is very slow. Continuation of 390E.
 

Label reads: 15. A) One, ? [illegible] Center, Nov 13 '69, B) Nov. 13 - Laura Talk with K. Faber [Carl Faber]. UCLA Tape No. 372D 1969 Nov 13.

 

Label reads: 20. A) Tecate, Sept 18 eve 19, L+P [Laura and Piero], B) Tecate, Sept 19 eve 20, L+P [Laura and Piero]. UCLA Tape No. 370G 1970 Sep 18-20.

 

Label reads: One Rob and Laura [?]L. P. & Rose Spring 68 L. Sergent Smith & Elliot Two Ginny session scientology Spring 66. UCLA Tape No. 391B 1966-1968.

Physical Description: play back speed is very slow. Continuation of 391A.
 

Label reads: 20. A) Tecate, Sept 18 eve 19, L+P [Laura and Piero], B) Tecate, Sept 19 eve 20, L+P [Laura and Piero]. UCLA Tape No. 370C 1970 Sep 18-20.

Physical Description: Continuation of 370C.
 

Label reads: L. June 2 1971 L.A. STAN. UCLA Tape No. 390G 2 Jun 1971.

Physical Description: play back speed is very slow. Continuation of 390F.
 

Label reads: 20. A) Tecate, Sept 18 eve 19, L+P [Laura and Piero], B) Tecate, Sept 19 eve 20, L+P [Laura and Piero]. UCLA Tape No. 370D 1970 Sep 18-20.

Physical Description: Continuation of 370D.