Miscellaneous Manuscripts collection, ca. 1750-

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Title: Miscellaneous Manuscripts collection
Collection number: 100
Contributing Institution: UCLA Library Special Collections
Language of Material: English
Physical Description: 136.5 linear ft. (261 boxes, 6 cartons, and 20 oversize boxes)
Date: ca. 1750-
Physical location: Stored off-site at SRLF. Advance notice is required for access to the collection. Please contact the UCLA Library Special Collections Reference Desk for paging information.

Restrictions on Access

Open for research. STORED OFF-SITE AT SRLF. Advance notice is required for access to the collection. Please contact UCLA Library Special Collections for paging information.

Restrictions on Use and Reproduction

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Preferred Citation

[Identification of item], Miscellaneous Manuscripts Collection (Collection 100). UCLA Library Special Collections, Charles E. Young Research Library.

UCLA Catalog Record ID

UCLA Catalog Record ID: 4233439 

Scope and Content

Collection consists of miscellaneous 18th, 19th, and 20th century manuscript materials, typewritten transcripts, holographs, and facsimiles. Includes literary manuscripts, correspondence, letters, diaries, scripts, legal documents, photographs, and audio tapes related to various prominent literary, political, and intellectual figures.

Subjects and Indexing Terms

Letters.
Manuscripts.

Container List

 

Author not Identified

Box 178

[No Author Given]. First half of 13th century, from a Bible concordance.

Physical Description: (2 leaves).
Box 186

No Author Given. Ink and wash drawings.

Physical Description: (23 items).

Scope and Content Note

Used to illustrate The Lily: A book for children. Published by John Harris in 1808 (Moon 671B).

Additional Note

(Two of the illustrations have not been identified.)
Box 186

No Author Given. Ink and wash drawings.

Physical Description: (3 items).

Scope and Content Note

Used to illustrate The Two Boys; or, The Reward of Truth. Published by John Harris in 1808 (Moon 938).
Box 282, Folder 11

2 letters [holograph, in French], addressed to Cher Monseiur, and newspaper article (p. 2? 1932). 1922 & 1931

Physical Description: (3 items, 3pp.).

Scope and Content Note

On Bibliotheque Communale et Musees of the Ville D'Abbeville letterhead.
Box 25

ABC fnr das liebe Paar Bernet-Stehelin auf den 23. Feber. 1796. (German). 1796 29 cards. 12.5 x 8 cm. Manuscript.

Scope and Content Note

The borders of the cards are engraved. Each letter of the alphabet is represented by a sententious four-line poem advising the young couple how to be happily married. In a green paper slipcase.
Box 192, Folder 18

Año de 1898. Padron numero 1, del Districto de Tulancingo. 1898

Physical Description: (Holograph, bound).
Box 23

Bible. Manuscripts, Hebrew. O.T. Pentateuch. Torah made for practice. Hebrew. 14th century 1 item. 58 x 60 cm. Manuscript.

Scope and Content Note

Oversize. Not complete. This fragment is a practive sheet prepared in a school of Torah studies. Five columns of 51 lines each on brown leather. Mounted in a tan cloth portfolio.
Box 282, Folder 8

Book list [holograph]. n.d.

Physical Description: (1 item).

Scope and Content Note

Incomplete, C - Z only.
Front cover missing, lists author, title, size and publication date.

Additional Note

From Ogden Collection (Collection 785).
Box 282, Folder 18

Book of devotion. 17th Century(?)

Physical Description: (1 item, 166pp. [holograph, in Spanish]).

Scope and Content Note

Entries re religious devotion and personal acts.
Box 284, Folder 12

Booklet of poems. 1904 14 April

Physical Description: (1 item, 20pp. [typescript, bound]).

Scope and Content Note

19 poems for dinner to Miss Laura McKinstny, given by Mrs. Robert Oxnard.

Additional Note

Purchase: Kay Caughren.
Box 289, Folder 9

Bibliography of Pinnochio, newspaper articles and ephemera and display cards. n.d.

Physical Description: (8 items, 68pp. [manuscript typescript]).

Scope and Content Note

List of books in English relating to, and foreign language Pinnochio versions.

Additional Note

Gift of Russell Shank.
Box 6

Brief history of the California league of women voters. Circa 1920 12 l. Typescript.

Gift: Bureau of Governmental Research.

Scope and Content Note

Possibly by Dora Haynes (Mrs. John R. Haynes).
Box 193, Folder 3

Document of indenture. 1643

Scope and Content Note

Agreement made between Thomas Budden of Bothomwood and Stephen Bowdyde of Wimborne, August 6, With signatures.

Additional Note

SEE: card for Vellum.
Box 288, Folder 8

Collection of prints, 10 engravings and photographs of American and English theatre stars. 19th Century

Physical Description: (10 items).

Scope and Content Note

Stars include: Jenny Lind, Joseph Jefferson, Kemble and Edmund Keen.
[Also], Copies of Punch.

Additional Note

Purchase: F. Craven.
Box 282, Folder 12

Correspondence, 2 letters [holograph, in French] from Adolphe Schreyer and J.E. Saintiny (?). n.d. & 1877

Physical Description: (2 items, 2pp.).

Scope and Content Note

Both re upcoming visits to Paris and Rome respectively. Letters possibly connected.
Box 202, Folder 5

Family book? [in Spanish]. n.d.

Physical Description: (Holograph, bound on vellum).

Additional Note

Bought by Larry Laurhass.
Box 194, Folder 16

The George Altman Theatre Library. n.d.

Physical Description: (Bound).

Scope and Content Note

Details library's holdings.

Additional Note

Gift of Patricia P. Altman.
Box 194, Folder 8

Hair samples. n.d.

Scope and Content Note

Three locks sewn to paper, identified as “E.Owens,” “Amanda” and “W.Owens.”

Additional Note

Gift of Fern B. Clapper, August 1955.
Box 286, Folder 11

The Hungarian Revolution. n.d.

Physical Description: (2 items).

Scope and Content Note

On 2 cassettes, copies of a 4-record set.
Box 203, Folder 1

La Casa no.5 Calle del Tercer Orden de S. Agustin [in Spanish]. 1682-1880

Physical Description: (Holograph, bound).

Scope and Content Note

Collection of notarized documents of ownership for a Mexico City dwelling.
Box 288, Folder 6

Letter [holograph] to Dear Mama, from Your Darter [sic]. 1833(?) July

Physical Description: (1 item, 2pp.).

Scope and Content Note

re day at her uncle's home. Apparently from a child.
Box 193, Folder 7

Letter of Indenture, between Thomas Carr and James Oswin for the sum of 5 shillings. 1754

Physical Description: (1 item, 1p.).

Scope and Content Note

Bears stamps and partial wax seal. On vellum.

Additional Note

SEE: card for VELLUM.
Box 285, Folder 3

Letters re Egyptian politics, economics and the Suez Canal (3 of 10). 1871-1911

Physical Description: (5 items, 26pp.).

Scope and Content Note

Letters no.6-10.

Additional Note

(See index, folder 1)
Box 285, Folder 4

Letters re Egyptian politics, economics and the Suez Canal (4 of 10). 1871-1911

Physical Description: (5 items, 19pp.).

Scope and Content Note

Letters no.11-15.

Additional Note

(See index, folder 1)
Box 285, Folder 5

Letters re Egyptian politics, economics and the Suez Canal (5 of 10). 1871-1911

Physical Description: (5 items, 30pp.).

Scope and Content Note

Letters no.16-20.

Additional Note

(See index, folder 1)
Box 285, Folder 6

Letters re Egyptian politics, economics and the Suez Canal (6 of 10). 1871-1911

Physical Description: (5 items, 21pp.).

Scope and Content Note

Letters no.20-25.

Additional Note

(See index, folder 1)
Box 285, Folder 7

Letters re Egyptian politics, economics and the Suez Canal (7 of 10). 1871-1911

Physical Description: (5 items, 16pp.).

Scope and Content Note

Letters no.26-30.

Additional Note

(See index, folder 1)
Box 285, Folder 8

Letters re Egyptian politics, economics and the Suez Canal (8 of 10). 1871-1911

Physical Description: (5 items, 20pp.).

Scope and Content Note

Letters no.31-35.

Additional Note

(See index, folder 1)
Box 285, Folder 9

Letters re Egyptian politics, economics and the Suez Canal (9 of 10). 1871-1911

Physical Description: (5 items, 18pp.).

Scope and Content Note

Letters no.36-40.

Additional Note

(See index, folder 1)
Box 285, Folder 10

Letters re Egyptian politics, economics and the Suez Canal (10 of 10). 1871-1911

Physical Description: (5 items, 29pp.).

Scope and Content Note

Letters no.41-45.

Additional Note

(See index, folder 1)
Box 285, Folder 1

Letters re Egyptian politics, economics and the Suez Canal (1 of 10). 1871-1911

Physical Description: (2 items, 16pp. [typescript, 2 copies]).

Scope and Content Note

Index.
Box 285, Folder 2

Letters re Egyptian politics, economics and the Suez Canal (2 of 10). 1871-1911

Physical Description: (5 items, 19pp.).

Scope and Content Note

Letters no.1-5.

Additional Note

(See index, folder 1)
Box 281, Folder 12

McKinley notes on Dean Webster's Sir Walter Scott and Shakespeare courses (University of Edinburgh). 1926

Physical Description: (3 items, approximately 450pp.).

Scope and Content Note

3 loose leaf notebooks bound with string.
Box 282, Folder 17

Manuscript - 17th Century Pedagogue. n.d.

Physical Description: (1 item, 3pp. [holograph octavo]).

Scope and Content Note

Signed “P.J.,” religious and moral instruction for children and 18 lines of notes, all in verse.
Typescript copy included.
Box 23

Manuscript fragments. Collection of fragments of early manuscripts. 7 items. Manuscript.

Oversize. See also Box 70 for smaller items.
Box 283, Folder 8

Manuscript - Unidentified Samaritan [in Hebrew]. n.d.

Physical Description: (1 item, 8pp. - Has several repairs).

Additional Note

NOTE: Belonged to J.P. Barker, not part of Bible Collection.
Box 199, Folder 6

Manuscripts, Latin. Documents. 14th Century.

Scope and Content Note

9 documents (photostat) and 1 photograph of document with seal, in Latin.

Additional Note

From Gifts.
Box 23

Marriage and birth record. (Pennsylvania Dutch?). 1822-1832 1 leaf. 37 x 27 cm. Watercolor drawing.

Scope and Content Note

Oversize. Record of birthdates and marriage of Leonard H. Humason and Mary Sykes Humason in a central heart. Smaller hearts and stylized flowers surround it. Four of the smaller hearts have been filled in with the birthdates of the Humason children. The name of the artist is indecipherable.
Box 32

Memorandums of the road and the march of a corps of troops from Savannah to Augusta and some subsequent occurrences. 1779 January-April 28 p. manuscript. 23 cm. maps.

The manuscript is from the Abertarff Collection belonging to T. F. Fraser of Abertarff. Aldine Purchase.

Scope and Content Note

Another copy: 1 reel 35 mm negative microfilm. An account of Sir Archibald Campbell's expedition against Augusta, Georgia with a British force sent from New York to Georgia by a member of his staff. The route of the Expedition is described in black ink with notes in red ink telling of military events at each stage of the march. Included are a folding watercolor map of the coast of Georgia and 6 pen and watercolor sectional maps of the route of the Expedition.
Box 192, Folder 17

Memoria estadistica de Tulancingo. Año de 1862. 1862

Physical Description: (Holograph, bound).
Box 16

Mining and land stock certificates for various Central American and Cuban companies. 36 pieces.

Gift of Professor Roland D. Hussey, 1958 December.

Scope and Content Note

Certificates of the following companies: British Central American Land Co.; Royal Santiago Mining Co.; and Bolibar Mining Association.
Box 16

[New Orleans, Battle of, 1815 - documents]. circa 1809-1816 5 pieces.

Aldine Purchase.

Scope and Content Note

Includes: A letter from Brigadier General David Banister Morgan (1773-1848) to Major General Andrew Jackson, Camp Right Bank, [Louisiana], 1815 February 4. A letter from Col. Robert Nicholas (1793-1857) to Colonel Robert Butler, Cantonment Davis, [Louisiana?], 1816 March 8. Muster roll of field and staff officers of Major Nathaniel Powers [I], Battalion of Madison County mounted gunmen in the service of the United States on an expedition against the Creek Indians under the command of Major General Andrew Jackson [1809?]. An exchange note for Creek chief Spakakhafeo from Aide de Camp Thomas Langford Butler (1789-1880), 1814 September 20. A certification by Major Nathaniel Powers concerning provisions, 1814 January 29.
Box 9

New York (City) Mayor. Passport of Charles C. Walden, New York. 1808 July 15 1 page. Printed form filled in and signed.

Aldine Purchase.

Scope and Content Note

Signed by DeWitt Clinton as Mayor of New York.
Box 193, Folder 8

Palos verdes. Title Insurance and Trust. Printed magazine (advertisement?) on highlights of city. n.d.

Physical Description: (1 item).

Scope and Content Note

Front and back cover in fragments - Very Brittle.
Box 5

Sacramento letter. 2 als. 18--

Gift of Lindley Bynum 1947 Feb 20.

Scope and Content Note

(Ask him about this)
Box 201, Folder 12

Short stories. n.d.

Physical Description: (6 typescripts, carbon).

Scope and Content Note

One signed Edith Klopfer, two untitled, with 22 loose photographs.
Box 284, Folder 16

Stammbuch [German: album] (item 1 of 3). 1810-1919

Physical Description: (1 item, 73 leaves).

Scope and Content Note

With holograph inscriptions [in German, 1 in Latin], 4 with etchings on back.
Box 284, Folder 16

Stammbuch (?) [German: album] (item 2 of 3). 1886-1887

Physical Description: (1 item, 45 leaves - Bound).

Scope and Content Note

Title page: Poesie [German: poetry], 29 entries [in German], most quotes from German authors.
 

Stock certificates. circa 1910-1930

Scope and Content Note

Miscellaneous blank stock certificates chiefly for southern California investment companies. 19 certificates.
Box 18

Teacher's certificates, the state of Maine. 1873-1889 6 pieces in one folder.

Scope and Content Note

Recommendations for Martha (Mattie) L. Buzzell, later Cleaves. Form certificates of various townships in Maine, together with one holograph recommendation.
Box 28

Urning my living. An account of fifteen months experience written at sixteen and seventeen upon the suggestion of a friend. Circa 1935 4 p. l., 313 leaves. 28 x 21.5 cm. Typescript.

Scope and Content Note

A frank account of a male prostitute. Apparently unpublished.
Box 282, Folders 2, 21

Various

Box 282, Folder 2

4 letters. Sample autograph card (John G. Whittier?). 1858-1926.

Physical Description: (5 items, 6pp. [holograph]).

Scope and Content Note

Card unrelated to letters.

Additional Note

Gift of Miss Nisbit (UCLA Department of English).
Box 282, Folder 21

4 letters. 1869-1879.

Physical Description: (6 items, 6pp. [holograph, one in French]).

Scope and Content Note

re donation of church window, a Bishop's cancellation of a visit, book hymnal rejection, unknown. Letters probably unrelated.
Box 24

Western bookman. A quarterly. Volume 1, number 1 and 2 . Portland Oregon, Glen Coffield. 1956-

Scope and Content Note

In: Coffield, Glen, Collection. Editor: 1956- Glen Coffield.
Box 32

Whig Party. National Committee, Washington, D. C. Letters received. 1844 June - 1845 August 32 letters.

Scope and Content Note

Aldine purchase.
 

Author Identified

Box 36

A Beckett, Arthur William, 1844-1909. Correspondence. 1899 2 items. Holograph.

Scope and Content Note

1 letter to Eden Phillpotts, 1899 December 14.
Box 36

A Beckett, Gilbert Abbott, 1811-1856. Correspondence. 1846 5 items. Holograph.

Scope and Content Note

1 letter to Edward Litt Laman Blanchard, 1846 March 22.
Box 36

A Beckett, Gilbert Arthur, 1837-1891. Correspondence. 3 items. Holograph.

Box 200, Folder 2

Abbeydale, Lord Allen. Letter to “Bill.” 1977

Scope and Content Note

Dated July 29, 1977, re pending trip to USA, and debates in House of Lords.
Box 5

Ackerley, Joe Randolph, 1896-1967. Letters to various persons. V.p., v.d. 1932 Nov 1

Removed from His, Hindoo Holiday1932: PR6001 / A182h.
Box 17

Adams, Mrs. Annie (Brown) 1843-1926. Some pleasant recollections of Concord People. Petrolia, California. undated 13 leaves. 20.5 cm. Holograph.

Scope and Content Note

Mrs. Adams (a daughter of John Brown, the abolitionist) records her memories, and what others have told her, of Louisa May Alcott and her family, Nathaniel Hawthorne, and Lord Alfred Tennyson, in the period circa 1860. There is no reference to John Brown in the manuscript. Unpublished.
Box 11

Adams, John Quincy, 1767-1848. To Josiah Quincy, Washington, D.C. 1829 May 20

Scope and Content Note

Introducing Richard Henry Lee and a Mr. Fendall (possibly Philip Richard Fendall) visiting Harvard University because of interest in literature and science. 1 l. Holograph signed. In blue buckram portfolio with flaps.
 

Ainsworth, William Francis, 1807-1896. Correspondence. 1 piece.

Heise purchase: cat. 195.
Box 283, Folder 7

Ainsworth, W.H. 3 letters, to My Dear Moran (1840) and John Edward Taylor (1851 & 1856). 1840-1856

Physical Description: (3 items, 4pp. [holograph]).

Scope and Content Note

Letters to Taylor re publishing work, rejections. Letter to Moran re dinner invitation.

Additional Note

Purchased: Arundel.
Box 8

Ainsworth, William Harrison, 1805-1882. Correspondence to various persons. v.p., v.d. 25 items. Holograph.

Scope and Content Note

Also includes original water color by P. H. Nicholson, 1843 and a small original water color by artist Tony Johannot (?). 1 letter, n.d., from Johannot with reference to Ainsworth. Includes 1 letter to Albert Richard Smith, 1850 April 30.
Box 25

Alden, James, 1810-1877. Correspondence. 1 folder.

Box 18

Aldington, Mrs. Hilda (Doolittle), 1886-1961. Correspondence to the Reverend Charles C. Bubb. v.p. 1916, 1917, and undated 12 items. Holograph.

Scope and Content Note

These letters relate to the publishing of Mrs. Aldington's poetry by the Reverend Bubb who operated the Clerk's Private Press in Cleveland, Ohio. Most of the letters are undated. See also: the letters of Richard Aldington to the Reverend Bubb, also in Box 18.
Box 18

Aldington, Richard, 1892-1962. Correspondence with Lawrence Clark Powell, v.p. 1944-1962 101 pieces, in 2 folders.

Scope and Content Note

Correspondence deals with personal and literary matters. Frequent mention is made of Kershaw's bibliography of Aldington's work. Dr. Powell's letters are carbon copies of the originals.
Box 18

Aldington, Richard, 1892-1962. The eaten heart. n.p. circa 1929 1 p.l., 9 leaves. 26 cm. Typescript (carbon).

Scope and Content Note

"Typescript from which was hand-set by Nancy Cunard the poem of the Eaten Heart ... for the Hours Press edition of 200 numbered and signed copies, at Chapelle-Reanville, Normandy, France, spring, 1929." With this: an unbound copy of the Hours Press edition of The Eaten Heart, signed by Aldington.
Box 18

Aldington, Richard, 1892-1962. Correspondence to Herman A. Rappaport. Montpellier, France. 1953-1958 11 items. Typescript, signed.

Scope and Content Note

The last two letters are written from Sury en Vaux, Cher. Mr. Rappaport lived in Westport, Connecticut, and in 1954 moved to Brooklyn, New York.
Box 18

Aldington, Richard, 1892-1962. Letters to the Reverend Charles C. Bubb. v.p. 1916-1919 18 items. Holograph.

Scope and Content Note

These letters related to the publishing of some of Aldington's poetry by the Reverend Bubb who operated the Clerk's Private Press in Cleveland, Ohio. Enclosed with the letter of 1918 January 21, is a letter (1918 January 15) from Jean de Gourmont to Aldington, giving permission for Bubb to publish some of the work of his brother, Remy de Gourmont.
Box 18

Aldington, Richard, 1892-1962. Correspondence to Mr. Garth Cate. 1935 June 12 1 item. Typescript.

Scope and Content Note

Another copy (of many different letters). 1 reel 35 mm negative microfilm. 1 letter (Xerox copy) to Mr. Garth Cate.
Box 18

Aldington, Richard, 1892-1962. [Movietones. n.p.] 1932 7 sheets. 62 X 19 cm. Galleys with the holograph alterations.

Scope and Content Note

"Movietones" was limited to 10 copies, privately printed. These proofs contain some deleted material. With a holograph inscription, signed, on the first leaf. In a grey linen case with a morocco backstrip.
Box 25

Alexander, Samuel, 1859-1938. Correspondence, holograph signed, to Dr. A. Wolff. 1921 September 28 1 p.

Scope and Content Note

Removed from a book in the Spinoza collection.
Box 17

Alford, Henry, 1810-1871. Correspondence. 2 items. Holograph.

Box 9

Allcott, Simeon P. Correspondence. 1833 December 28 1 page. A.L.S.

Aldine Purchase.

Scope and Content Note

To Henry O'Reilly, Rochester [New York]. Also signed by George W. Pratt. Letter forwarding the application for an act to incorporate the Mechanics Bank of Rochester.
Box 4

Allen, Charles Richard. A notable biography. Miss Mantz and Mr. Murry on Katherine Mansfield. [n.p. (New Zealand)]. Ca. 1934 2 l. 26 cm. Typescript (carbon).

Scope and Content Note

A book review, published in "N.Z. Magazine, Jan.-Feb., 1934"
Box 15

Allen, S. and M., To G. De Waln, Philadelphia. 1821 February 27 1 p. Holograph signed.

Aldine Purchase.
Box 195, Folder 1

Ames, Limited. Ledger. 1917-1920

Scope and Content Note

Listing stock transactions and management personnel.
Box 25

Andrews, John, 1746-1813. Bill to E. Dutilh, Philadelphia. 1789 May 24 1 l. manuscript signed.

Scope and Content Note

Bill for board and tuition of Anthony Raybaud at the Episcopal Academy, Philadelphia. Signed by Andrews for receipt of payment.
Box 10

Anthony, Henry Bowen, 1815-1884. Letter, Washington to H. H. Tilling? 1866 March 13 1 page. 21 cm. Holograph signed.

Aldine purchase.
Box 23

Antonio, Signor Il Diavolo. Playbills. Circa 1820-1850

Scope and Content Note

Oversize. Seventeen of the eighteen playbills are printed on silk. See also Papers in box 126. 18 items. Printed.
Box 9

Archer, Stevenson, 1786-1848. To the Editor of the Presbyterian [Philadelphia] Annapolis. 1835 December 9 1 page. A.L.S.

Aldine Purchase.
Box 5

1 letter to "Dear Mr. Douglas" Armistead, Walker Keith. 1 als. 1820 Oct 6

Removed from: HT Armistead, 1581 A tribute to the negro. A73t
Box 29

Armer, Laura (Adams), 1874-1963. Correspondence to Laura Adams Armer.

Scope and Content Note

2 Holograph letters from Heinrick Willem van Loon. 1 typescript copy of letter from Austin Lewis; clippings. 1 folder.
Box 29

Arnold, Thomas, 1795-1842. Correspondence to Mr. Ricahrd Conington, Esq., Boston, Lincolnshire, written from Fox How. 1838 July 13 1 p. Holograph signed.

Heise purchase: cat. 244. 1952 April 24.

Scope and Content Note

Arnold, 19th century English author and then headmaster of Rugby, writes in answer to an inquiry from a father as to tuition, et cetera, at Rugby School.
Box 30

Astor Family. Correspondence and documents, 1792-1930. 7 pieces.

Aldine Purchase.

Scope and Content Note

Includes shipping and stock accounts of John Jacob Astor. A letter from the same concerning North West Co. in the fur trade. A letter from WIlliam B., his son, to Thomas M. Olcott, 1860 November 26. And notes from Helen Astor, wife of Vincent Astor.
Box 25

Atherton, Gertrude Franklin (Horn), 1857-1948. Correspondence. 3 items. Holograph.

Scope and Content Note

1 letter to Herman Whitaker, undated.
Box 2

Atwater, John. 3 als to his mother. San Francisco. 1849.

Gift of Leonard Atwater Smith.

Scope and Content Note

Also contains Hannah Boulton Camp's spectacles and an Inventory of effects of Samuel Boulton.
Box 288, Folder 10

Austin, Mary (Hunter), 1868-1934. Note to May Sinclair. 1921 May

Physical Description: (1 item, 1p. [holograph, signed]).

Scope and Content Note

Quote from Lincoln: “That these dead shall not have died in vain.”

Additional Note

Card under Austin, Mary (Hunter).
Box 3

Austin, Sarah (Taylor), 1793-1867. Letters to various persons. V.p., v.d. 6 items. Holograph.

Scope and Content Note

2 letters to Lady Charlotte Murchison, undated.
Box 17

Aytoun, William Edmondstoune, 1813-1865. Correspondence. 3 items. Holograph.

Box 36

Babcock, Dwight Vincent, 1909- . Correspondence from various persons to Dwight Babcock. 1934-1942 12 items. Typescript, signed.

Gift of Dwight V. Babcock, 1961 January.

Scope and Content Note

Includes letters from Joseph T. Shaw, editor of "Black Mask;" Raymond Chandler; and Horace McCoy.
Box 200, Folder 3

Badger, Admiral Charles J. Letter to Dudley A. Denison. 1914

Scope and Content Note

(Commander in Chief, U.S. Atlantic Fleet) dated July 1914.
 

Baerwald, Hans H.

Box 283, Folder 10

Papers. 1965-1971

Physical Description: (Approximately 50pp.).

Scope and Content Note

Correspondence and memoranda re articles, lectures, faculty, etc.
Box 283, Folder 11

Papers. 1965-1971

Physical Description: (12 items, approximately 50pp. [typescripts]).

Scope and Content Note

Manuscripts [published].
Box 283, Folder 12

Papers. 1965-1971

Physical Description: (19 items, approximately 30pp.).

Scope and Content Note

Articles [some in Japanese], lecture announcements, miscellaneous material.
Box 3

Baillie, Joanna, 1762-1851. Letters to various persons. V.p., v.d. 2 items. Holograph.

Box 9

Baldwin, Henry, 1780-1844. To Thomas Ellicott, Washington. 1832 January 22 1 page A.L.S.

Aldine Purchase.
Boxes 201-202

Baldwin, Robert

Box 201, Folder 13

House addition. 1962

Scope and Content Note

Plans and drawings by Richard Neutra.
1 of 4.
Box 202, Folder 1

Documents. 1962

Scope and Content Note

Insurance matters re Richard Neutra addition.
2 of 4.
Box 202, Folder 2

Correspondence with Richard Neutra. 1962

Scope and Content Note

3 of 4.
Box 202, Folder 3

Miscellaneous. 1962

Scope and Content Note

Reciepts, permits, letters, photos, one magazine and one newspaper article on Neutra.
4 of 4.
Box 18

Bancroft, Hubert Howe, 1832-1918. Correspondence. 1862-1889 4 pieces. Positive photostats.

Scope and Content Note

Letter from Brigham Young giving topographical information concerning Utah Territory,1862 April 28. Letter from Leland Stanford declining Bancroft's offer to print the Central Pacific Railroad Co.'s timetables in his "Guide," 1873 November 24. A Letter to H. L. Preston from the History Co. relating to financial arrangements for purchase of Bancroft's histories, 1889 January 21. Originals in the Bancroft LIbrary, University of California, Berkeley.
Box 8

Banton, William T. Correspondence. 1803 March 8. 1 l. A.L.S.

Purchased from Zeitlin, 1951 September 17.

Scope and Content Note

To Reuben Merrell, Lexington [?].
Box 9

Barber, Noyes, 1781-1845. To H[esekiah] Niles, Washington. 1832 December 31 1 page. A.L.S.

Aldine Purchase.
Box 4

Barclay, John M. To Robert D. Percy, Philadelphia. 1934 Oct 6 Holograph signed.

Aldine Purchase.
Box 9

Barnard D[aniel] D[ewey] 1797-1861. Correspondence. 1836-1853. 8 A.L.S.

Aldine Purchase.

Scope and Content Note

Includes receipt dated: May 24, 1828.
Box 2

Barnard, Grace. Correspondence. V.P. 1893-1931 8 items. Manuscript.

Scope and Content Note

1 letter from Kate Douglas Wiggin (May 13, [no year]). 2 letters from William Nicholas Hailmann (1893, 1896). 1 letter from Grace Barnard to Miss Green (1931).
Box 29

Barclay, Florence Louis (Charlesworth), 1862-1921. Correspondence. 2 items. Holograph.

Box 16

Barker, Jacob, 1779-1871. Correspondence and documents. 1823-1868 4 pieces. two holograph signed.

Aldine Purchase.

Scope and Content Note

Financier Barker writes of financial transactions. Documents pertain to his bankruptcy.
Box 17

Barker, Matthew Henry, 1790-1846. Correspondence. 6 items. Holograph.

Box 2

Baring-Gould, Sabine, 1834-1924. Castles in the air; Moth Mullen; and Striking a light. (England). Circa 1890. 1 volume. 23 cm. Proof copies with holograph corrections.

Purchase: Robert K. Black, 1954 March 18.

Scope and Content Note

These short stories were published in Cornhill Magazine. Bound in brown calf by W. Matthews.
Box 285, Folders 15-16

Barolini, Helen, 1925-

Box 285, Folder 15

Love in the Middle Ages - masterproofs. n.d.

Physical Description: (1 item, 261pp.).

Scope and Content Note

Includes typescript resume.

Additional Note

Gift of Helen Barolini.
Box 285, Folder 16

Souvenier: A Short Story Collection - manuscript. n.d.

Physical Description: (1 item, 168pp. [typescript]).

Scope and Content Note

Incomplete (pp. 152-184 missing).

Additional Note

Gift of Helen Barolini.
Box 170

Barnes, Djuna

Physical Description: (3 typescripts).

Scope and Content Note

1) Kurzy of the Sea.
2) An Irish Triangle.
3) Aller Retour.
Box 19

Barrett, Frank, 1848-1926. Papers. v. p. (English). circa 1884-1887 4 items.

Scope and Content Note

3 contracts between Ward & Downey and Barrett, 1884-1887.
Box 29

Barrie, Sir James Matthew, baronet, 1860-1937. Correspondence. Circa 1896-1897, 1926 8 items. Holograph and typescript.

Scope and Content Note

2 letters to Sir Henry Craik, 1896 and 1926. 1 letter to Lady Craik, 1897.
Box 25

Barrymore, Lionel, 1878-1954. Correspondence. Chatsworth, California. 1951 July 7 1 folder.

Box 5

Bay, Elihu Hall. 1 ans. Ca. 1786

Removed from: Bay, E. H., S. C. Supreme Court Cases, 1785-95.
Box 6

Bean, J. H. Quitclaim deed to Adolphus Savin, San Diego, California. 1850 Feb 2 2 p. D.S. (copy).

Purchased from Zamboni, April 1952.
Box 7

Deed of Conveyance by J. H. Bean, Alcalde of the town of San Diego to Adolphus Savin for lots 1, 2, 3, and 4 of block 92 as designated upon the plat of town lots drawn by Lieutenant Cave J. Couts.

Box 9

Beardsley, Samuel, 1790-1860. [Correspondence]. 1832-1853 In one folder.

Scope and Content Note

Beardsley was Senator from New York in 1823, later Chief Justice of the Supreme Court, and United States District Attorney for northern New York State under Jackson. 10 holograph letters signed, and one printed letter, recommending political appointments for various "politically sound" members of the Democratic Party. Also included is a biographical clipping.
Box 25

Becke, George Louis, 1848-1913. Correspondence to F. W. Craig. 1904-1905 2 pieces.

Purchase 1957 with book.

Scope and Content Note

Lengthy letter of 1905 referring to international naval relations and his believe "that there is serious trouble ahead between U. S., England, and Germany."
Box 200, Folder 5

Beckenbach, Edwin F. Notebooks. 1927 & 1939-40

Physical Description: (4 vol.).

Scope and Content Note

From math courses at Rice University.
Box 281, Folder 1

Beimfohr, Elsie Mae Wolf. Diary. 1919-1922

Physical Description: (1 item - Written in bound ledger).

Additional Note

Gift of Herman Beimfohr.
Box 4

Bell, J.M. To John Strohm, Huntingdon, Pa. (?). 1841 Feb 1 Holograph signed. 3 p.

Aldine Purchase.

Scope and Content Note

Concerning legislation for internal improvements being considered by the State Senate of Pennsylvania of which Strohm was a member.
Box 30

Bell, William, Correspondence and documents, 1788-1798. 15 pieces.

Aldine purchase.

Scope and Content Note

Includes four letters from William Ross, 1788-1796. Also includes receipts from Bell to various persons for property and a petition for property improvement to the city of Philadelphia.
Box 36

Bellam, Edward. Signature. In folder.

Box 19

Benchely, Robert Charles, 1889-1945. Benchley quiz. Culver City, California. Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer. 1943 12 leaves. 28 cm. Mimeograph.

Gift of Endre Bohem, April, 1970, who was in charge of short films at M-G-M at that time.

Scope and Content Note

A script for a short film acted by Robert Benchley. Rosemary Foster collaborated with Benchley in the writing of this script.
Box 25

Bennett, Arnold, 1867-1931. Correspondence and notes of instruction to Mr. G. T. Bagguley. 1915-1928 10 items. Holograph and typescript.

Scope and Content Note

Another copy. 1 reel 35 mm negative microfilm. These letters and notes are orders and instructions for the binding of Bennett's manuscripts.
Box 25

Bennett, Arnold, 1867-1931. Correspondence to various people. 6 items. Holograph.

Scope and Content Note

Another copy. 1 reel 35 mm negative film.
Box 29

Bennett, James Gordon, 1795-1872. Note to Mr. Townhill. undated 1 p., holograph.

Box 283, Folder 4

Bennett, Ken and Rowena. Christmas cards. 1933 & 1935

Physical Description: (2 items - 1 printed, 1 homemade).

Scope and Content Note

Both to George and Francis Louise Jewett. Found in Bennett's Around a Toadstool: a Child's Book of Verse (Chicago: 1930).
Box 25

Bergson, Henri Louis, 1859-1941. Correspondence to "Cher Monsieur." 1911 October 17 1 item. Holograph.

Box 9

Benson, Samuel P[age], 1804-1876. To Gulick, [Washington]. 1857 January 31 1 page. A.L.S.

Aldine Purchase.
Box 192, Folder 5

Berman, Howard (U.S. Representative - California). Veteran's Administration land sale. 1986

Scope and Content Note

Letter to James Mink re sale of VA land.
Box 9

Betts, Samuel R[ossiter], 1787-1868. Correspondence. 1818-1853 5 A.L.S.

Aldine Purchase.
Box 10

Biddle, Clement, 1740-1814. Correspondence. 1793-1802 3 pieces.

Aldine purchase.

Scope and Content Note

Letters to William Wharm, Philadelphia, 1800 February 15, and to John Mason, Philadelphia, 1802 July 23, concerning stock in the Bank of Columbia, of which Wharm was Cashier and Mason was President. Letter from John Barclay to Thomas Mifflin, Governor of Pennsylvania, 1793 August 15, concerning payments to Biddle.
Box 10

Biddle, Nicholas, 1786-1844. Correspondence. 1832-1837 4 pieces.

Aldine purchase.

Scope and Content Note

Includes letter from Louis McLane, Andrew Jackson's Secretary of the Treasury, to Biddle, 1832 December 15, concerning transfers of federal funds in the Bank of the United States and state banks. Also includes a letter from Biddle to Thomas M. Burrows, 1837 December 26, concerning financing of the Eire Railroad. Coleridge, Samuel T. Letter to "Dear Sir," from Highgate. 1819 February 27 2 leaves, holograph signed.
Box 12

Birrell, Augustine, 1850-1933. Letters to various persons. v.p., v.d. Circa 1901-1920 4 items. Holograph.

Scope and Content Note

2 letters to Coulson Kernahan, 1901 and 1920.
Box 4

Bishop, Irving Prescott, 1849-1913. Collection of 70 letters from various persons to Irving Prescott Bishop. V.p. 1879-1913

Scope and Content Note

With these are 4 teacher's certificates, dated 1869-1885, declaring that Irving Prescott Bishop is qualified to teach various grades.
Box 15

Black, Mrs. Helen C. Correspondence. 1 item. Holograph.

Box 5

Blackmore, Richard, White. 1 als. 1849 June 27

Removed from: Blackmore, R. W., The doctrine of the Russian Church. Aberdeen, 1845.
Box 284, Folder 13

Blanding, Don. Letter to “JC” of the Los Angeles Times, on personal letterhead with envelope. 1936 20 February

Physical Description: (1 item, 2pp. [typescript, signed]).

Scope and Content Note

Thank you note for good review of The Virgin of Waikiki (New York: 1933). Date from postmark.

Additional Note

Gift of Wilbur J. Smith.
Box 5

Bledsoe, Benjamin. 1 als. 1921

Removed from the pamphlet collection.
Box 5

Blunt, Wilfred Scawen. 2 als. 1916 June 20, 1920 June 18

Gift of LCP.
Box 9

Bleecker, Harmanus, 1779-1849. [Correspondence]. 1813-1844 In one folder.

Scope and Content Note

Bleecker was a New York lawyer, Federalist member of Congress from 1811 to 1813, later a regent of the University of New York State, and he was appointed by Van Buren in 1839 as Charge d'Affaires at the Hague. 10 holograph letters signed, concerning payments due to various of Bleecker's clients.
Box 287, Folder 1

Bohem, Endre. Pinnochio - Manuscript outline and script. n.d.

Physical Description: (2 items, 278pp. [typescript w/holograph notes] and [typescript, ditto, signed]).

Scope and Content Note

Script for school release of film in 1920s or 1930s. Includes note [holograph] re material.

Additional Note

Gift of Hilda Bohem.
Box 32

Bolles, Peter. Correspondence, Vera Cruz, Mexico. 1832 June 6 - 1833 March 22 51 letters. Letter press.

Aldine purchase.

Scope and Content Note

Copies of letters sent by Bolles as American Vice Consul at Vera Cruz during the revolution in Mexico and the seige of Vera Cruz, relating to such matters as piracy and the capture of American vessels. Letters to Secretaries Louis McLane and Edward Livingston.
Box 281, Folder 2

Bonola, Gino. Letter to Caro Nicodemi. 1951 18 June

Physical Description: (1 item, 3pp. [holograph]).

Scope and Content Note

Found in Bonola's Poesie di sempre (Milan: 1950).
Box 199, Folder 5

Bontemps, Arna. Old myths -- new negroes. n.d.

Physical Description: (Typescript).

Scope and Content Note

Introduction by Robert Vosper. With 1 photograph.
Box 19

Bonwick, James, 1817-1906. Correspondence. 1 item. Holograph.

Box 187, Folder 1

Borough, Madeleine. Letter to Elizabeth Dixon. 1966.

Scope and Content Note

Includes 2 poems.

Additional Note

Gift of Elizabeth Dixon.
Box 192, Folder 11

Bowron, Fletcher. Letter to Dorothy Glane. 1946.

Additional Note

Gift of Sam Glane.
Box 20

Brandt, Joseph A. The Huntington publishing program. San Marino, California, Henry E. Huntington library and art gallery. 1951 July 18 21 typescript l.

Scope and Content Note

Record print of original.
Box 29

Bray, Anna Eliza (Kempe) Stothard, 1790-1883. Correspondence, signed. 19 items. Holograph.

Scope and Content Note

1 letter to William Upcott, 1827 August 25.
Box 4

Brecks, Samuel, 1771-1862. To William Wharm, Sweetbriar, Pa. 1810 Mar 26 Holograph signed.

Aldine Purchase.

Scope and Content Note

Concerning financial affairs handled by Wharm, Cashier of the Bank of Pennsylvania.
Box 192, Folders 3, 7

Breslau

Box 192, Folder 3

Property deed. 1487.

Scope and Content Note

With original wax seals.

Additional Note

Gift of Eli Sobel.
Box 192, Folder 7

Document. 1476 or 1477.

Scope and Content Note

Unidentified document in German, with original wax seals.

Additional Note

Gift of Eli Sobel in honor of Franklin Murphy.
Box 199, Folder 1

Breslow, Lester. Correspondence. 1966-1972.

Scope and Content Note

Literature re abortion in California.
Box 19

Brewster, Sir David, 1781-1868. Correspondence. 1 item. Holograph.

Box 29

Bridgman, Laura Dewey, 1829-1889. Correspondence. 1 piece.

Box 5

Briggs, Catherine. Last words of Mrs. May Briggs. 1846

Removed from the pamphlet collection.

Scope and Content Note

1 autographed ms. Book.
Box 17

Bright, John, 1811-1889. Correspondence. 12 items. Holograph.

Scope and Content Note

1 letter to John Gouge Greenwood, 1887 August 25.
Box 17

Brooke, Stopford Augustus, 1832-1916. Correspondence. 1 item. Holograph.

Box 4

Brooks, Peter Chardon, 1767-1849. Insurance policy for P.R. Dalton's ship, "Henry I. Francis," Mayhew Folder, master, Boston. 1804 Jan 10 Holograph signed.

Box 36

Brougham and Vaux, Henry Peter Brougham, 1st baron, 1778-1868. Signed correspondence. 1835, 1842, undated 34 items. Holograph.

Scope and Content Note

1 letter to Sir Joshua Walmsley, 1842 September 17. 1 letter to James Macqueen, undated. 1 letter to Sir John Bowring, 1835 June 2. 2 letters to Abraham Hayward, undated.
Box 29

Broughton, Rhoda, 1840-1920. Correspondence. 15 items. Holograph.

Scope and Content Note

1 letter to Matthew Arnold, undated. 1 letter to Mr. [Eade?] Montefiore, undated.
Box 177

Broughton, Rhoda, 1840-1920. Letters to Richard Bentley. v.p. 1894-1899.

Physical Description: (14 items, holograph).
Box 32

Brown family papers. 1827-1907 1 folder, 27 items.

Aldine purchase.

Scope and Content Note

Papers relating to the family of abolitionist John Brown, including letters, documents, bills, et cetera signed by Owen Brown, J. R. Brown, and Oliver Brown.
Box 17

Brown, Ford Madox, 1821-1893. Correspondence. 1 item. Holograph.

Box 20

Browne, Gordon. Correspondence. Circa 1885-1929 39 pieces in one folder.

Scope and Content Note

Letters to Browne, English illustrator, concerning his work. They include letters from Ada Ellen Bayly (Edna Lyall, pseudonym). They also include an invitation to membership from the Royal Institute of Painters in water colours, as well as letters from numerous authors thanking Browne for his illustrations for their work. Letters are arranged alphabetically within the folder by author.
Box 192, Folder 23

Browning, Robert. Pied Piper of Hamlin. n.d.

Scope and Content Note

Anonymous illustrator / author of bound manuscript of Browning's Pied Piper of Hamlin.

Additional Note

Gift of Phillip T. Bevis.
Box 201, Folder 5

Bruening, Walther. Der Gesetzesbegriff im Positivismus der Wiener Schule. 1951.

Physical Description: (Bound).

Scope and Content Note

PhD (Johannes Gutenberg - Universitaet zu Mainz).
Box 192, Folder 22

Brunnel, Sir Marc Isambard. Letter to John Kingdom. 1843 11 May.

Box 5

Bruno, Guido. Als and prospectus.

Found in book by Bruno, in Acquisitions.
Box 5

1 als. 1 prospectus fo Bruno's Adventures in American Bookshops 1 prospectus -signed by Bruno. Houston, R. W. & I. K. (?) Als. 1858 July 4

Gift of Lindley Bynum, February 20, 1947.
Box 7

Buchanan, Robert Williams, 1841-1901. Correspondence. v.p., v.d. 1 item. Holograph.

Box 7

Buchanan, Robert Williams, 1841-1901. Correspondence. v.p., v.d. 36 items. Holograph.

Scope and Content Note

1 letter to Sir Edwin Arnold, n.d. 2 letters to Lady Monckton, n.d. 1 letter to Wilfrid Scawen Blunt, May 25, 1899. 5 letters to Leonard Smithers, 1898. 1 letter to James Grant Wilson, ca. 1883. 1 letter to George Linnaeus Banks, [ca. 1863]. 1 letter to Justin J. McCarthy, n.d.
Box 9

Buehler, S. To Russell Martin [Washington]. 1834 April 5 1 page. A.L.S.

Aldine Purchase.
Box 9

Bullard, H[enry] A[dams], 1781-1951. To H[ezekiah] Niles, Washington. 1833 February 26. 1 page. A.L.S.

Aldine Purchase.
Box 29

Bunn, Alfred, 1796-1860. Correspondence. 1 piece.

Heise purchase: cat. 196.
Box 284, Folder 17

Bunche, Ralph J., 1904-1971. Material re issue of U.S. Postal Service RJ Bunche stamps. 1982.

Physical Description: (6 items, 18pp.).

Scope and Content Note

2 press releases, Day of Issue ceremony speech by William F. Bolger, and 1st Day of Issue stamps.

Additional Note

Gift of U.S. Postal Service.
Box 9

Burges, Tristan, 1770-1853. To Hezekiah Niles, Washington. 1832 December 31, 1839 January 3 2 letters. A.L.S.

Aldine Purchase.
Box 19

Burke, Sophie (Lyons). Letter to "Dear Rev. Sir." Detroit. undated 2 p. 17.5 cm. Holograph.

Scope and Content Note

Removed from: "Why crime does not pay," by Sophie Lyons (Queen of the Underworld). New York, J. S. Ogilvie, circa 1913.
Box 31

Burnside, Ambrose Everett, 1824-1881. To Commanders of Armies or Garrisons in United States Service, Providence, Rhode Island. 1864 October 3 2 pp. Holograph signed.

Aldine Purchase.

Scope and Content Note

A letter of introduction and recommendation for Mrs. Elizabeth S. Comstock, a philanthropist engaged in visiting civil and military hospitals, et cetera. Also includes a letter from Mrs. Burnside to the Paymaster of the Army, acknowledging receipt of amount paid to the General for the month of August.
Box 192, Folder 14

Burrow, Trigant. Letter to Sam Glane. 1928.

Scope and Content Note

re legal insanity plea.

Additional Note

Gift of Sam Glane.
Box 3

Bury, Lady Charlotte (Campell), 1775-1861. Letters to various persons. V.p., v.d. 19 items. Holograph.

Box 8

Butler, Benjamin Franklin, 1818-1893. Correspondence. 1871-1889 3 pieces. 1 holograph and 2 typescript signed.

Aldine and Gerson Purchases.

Scope and Content Note

Letter to Theodore Tilton, Boston, 1871 June 26, concerning the Treaty of Washington and James G. Bennett's New York Herald. Letter to R. W. Mercer, Boston, 1885 January 7. Letter to J. W. Burt, Washington D. C., 1889 September 11, concerning the treason of William B. Mumford at New Orleans during the Civil War, mention of David G. Farragut.
Box 9

Butler, Benjamin Franklin, 1795-1858. Legal document. v.p. 1839 June 4 1 piece.

Scope and Content Note

Stay of execution, United States versus Codune (?), signed B.F. Butler.
Box 9

Butler, B[enjamin] F[ranklin] 1795-1858. To Peter D. Brekman, Sandy Hill [New York]. 1820 June 8 1 leaf. A.L.S.

Aldine Purchase.

Scope and Content Note

Letter concerning a timber lot.
Box 19

Butler, Sir William Francis, 1838-1910. Correspondence. 2 items. Holograph.

Box 27

Butts, Mary, 1892-1937. Correspondence, signed, to Mr. Moore of Chirsty & Moore, Ltd., literary agents. England. 1932-1935 146 items. Boxed.

G. F. Sims (Powell direct purchase) 1957.

Scope and Content Note

Included are a few letters from various publishers (Wishart & Co.; William Heinemann, Ltd.; Jonathan Cape, Ltd.; Pagany, London; Philolexian Society, Columbia College, New York; Longmans Green Co., Ltd.) to Mary Butts and forwarded by her to her agent. Correspondence mainly concerns the selling and publishing of Mary Butts' literary works.
Box 19

Cable, George Washington, 1844-1925. Correspondence. 1 item. Holograph.

Box 31

Cadman, Charles. Correspondence and port. 1 folder.

Box 31

Cadwalader, George, 1806-1979. To Major General Gideon Johnson Pillow, Chestnut Street. undated. 2 pp. Holograph signed with envelope.

Aldine Purchase.

Scope and Content Note

Cadwalader writes to express his concern at the illness of Mrs. Pillow and to convey his wife's offer of attendance or help.
Box 9

Caldwell, A[ndrew] J[ackson] 1837-1906. To Andrew Jackson, Washington. 1885 February 5 1 leaf. A.L.S.

Aldine Purchase.

Scope and Content Note

Letter regarding suit for the recovery of General Andrew Jackson's paper's in the custody of Woodbury Blair.
Box 192, Folder 2

Calenbery, H.F. Letters to General Joseph Hamilton. 1892.

Scope and Content Note

2 letters re mining operations in Placer County.

Additional Note

Gift of John T. Field.
Box 190, Folder 2

California. “Holiday” articles. 1964 and n.d.

Physical Description: (Typescripts).

Scope and Content Note

Various authors.
Box 32

Cambreleng, Churchill Caldom, 1786-1862. Correspondence. 1824-1852 29 pieces. Holograph signed.

Aldine purchase.

Scope and Content Note

Cambreleng, Representative from New York and minister to Russia, writes to several Secretarys of the Navy and to other Washington, D. C. persons, concerning appointments, and Congressional affairs. Letters to Woodbury and Paulding bear those officer holograph endorsements.
Box 9

Campbell, J[ohn] N[icholson], 1789-1864.To [Samuel Delucenna Ingham], the Secretary of the Treasury, Washington. 1829 October 28 1 page. A.L.S.

Aldine Purchase.

Scope and Content Note

Written at the time of the "Eaton Affair."
Box 19

Campbell, Thomas, 1777-1844. The mariners of England. n. p., n. d. 2 p. 19 x 11.5 cm. Holograph.

Scope and Content Note

Another copy. Part of a reel, 35 mm. Negative microfilm. First published in his "Gertrude of Wyoming," London, 1809, with the title, "Ye Mariners of England." There are seven changes in the published version.
Box 196, Folder 1

Carruthers, Morris E. Travel log. 1917-1931.

Scope and Content Note

Travel log of points of interest in California. 3 vacation photographs and 1 portrait.

Additional Note

Gift of Mrs George Middlebrook.
Box 192, Folder 12

Carter, James Earl. Inaugural invitation. 1977.

Additional Note

Gift of Sam Glane.
Box 31

Carthy, Daniel. Letters to Elsie Dunscomb, 1786-1787. 6 pieces, holograph signed.

Aldine purchase.

Scope and Content Note

Letters written from New Bern, North Carolina of a personal nature.
Box 201, Folder 7

Carver, T.N. Correspondence with Herbert Hoover. 1933-1955.

Physical Description: (Photocopies).

Scope and Content Note

From Herbert Hoover Library (West Branch, Iowa).

Additional Note

Gift of Thomas Thalken, 1983.
Box 12

Cary, Mathew, 1760-1839. Correspondence. 1 item. Holograph.

Box 7

Castro, Leandro. Quitclaim deed, Monterey, California. 1864 Apr 21 4 p. D.S. (printed form filled in).

Purchased from Zamboni, April, 1952.

Scope and Content Note

Deed of conveyance by Leandro Castro to Jaun B. Castro for share (one fifth) of holdings in Monterey county inherited from Simeon Castro.
Box 9

Cass, Lewis, 1782-1866. Correspondence. 1855 November 29 2 pages. A.L.S.

Aldine Purchase.

Scope and Content Note

Addressee unknown.
Box 20

Cate, F. S. Medical notebooks, call book, and annotated edition of saunders Pocket Medical Formulary [1897]. 1897-1903 Holograph and printed material. 4 pieces.

Gift of Cate family.
Box 23

Catholic Church. Pope (1513-1521 : Leo X). Papal brief addressed to the nuns of the monasteries of Bourges and Albi. Rome. 1515 March 3 326 x 460 mm, vellum.

Purchased with Ahmanson-Murphy funds from E. K. Schreiber, 1986.

Scope and Content Note

26 lines, chancery script, probably written by Ludovico degli Arrighi. Signed by Pietro Bembo as Papal Secretary.
Box 20

Chalmers, Thomas, 1780-1847. Correspondence and manuscript. 1819-1824 3 pieces. Holograph signed.

Gift of Professor Kark de Schweinitz, Department of Social Welfare, 1956.

Scope and Content Note

Two letters to Patrick Falconer from Scotch theologian Chalmers, who was also a pioneer in the field of sociology. Includes holograph excerpt (1 p.) from a sermon by Chalmers.
Box 9

Chambers, George, 1786-1866. To Hezekiah Niles, Chambersburg, Penn. 1831 August 14 and 16 2 letters. A.L.S.

Aldine Purchase.
Box 32

Chanler, John Winthrop, 1826-1877. Correspondence. 1863-1869 19 letters.

Aldine purchase.

Scope and Content Note

Chanler was a representative from New York in Congress, 1863-1869.
Box 17

Chantrey, Sir Francis Legatt, 1781-1841. Correspondence. 2 items. Holograph.

Box 281, Folder 4

Chapman, Maristan (?). Letter to Marcia Endore Goodman. 1989 25 August.

Physical Description: (1 item [holograph]).

Additional Note

Gift of Endore Goodman.
Box 192, Folder 19

Charcot, Jean Marie. Letter to M. Bacquisson. n.d.

Scope and Content Note

re a Mr. Louis Thomas, who was taking exams.
Box 289, Folder 11

Charlot, Jean, 1898-1979. Set of progressive proofs for plate 3 (“Rest and Work”) in Charlot's Picture Book II. 1973.

Physical Description: (1 item, 28pp.).

Scope and Content Note

Autographed to JZ, dated 2 August 1973.

Additional Note

Ex libris Jake Zeitlin
Purchase: Kenneth Karmicle.
Box 4, Box 4

Chatfield-Taylor, Hobert Chatfield, 1865-1945. Letter to Eugene Field. 1894 Feb 4

Gift of Edward Kaufman 1949 Nov.

Scope and Content Note

Together with a book plate of Eugene Field. Thanking Field for his letter and mentioning the early encouragement he had received from Field in the beginning of his career.
Box 4

Chatfield-Taylor, Hobert Chatfield, 1865-1945. Correspondence. 1909 June 29

Scope and Content Note

Letter to William A. Nitze at Fairlawn, Lake Forest, Illinois.
Box 25

Chesson, Nora (Hopper), 1871-1906. Correspondence to Coulson Kernahan. Circa 1895-1898 26 pieces in one folder, holograph signed.

Box 197, Folder 1

Chiba, Toyoji. The posthumous writings of Chiba Toyoji [in Japanese]. 1944.

Physical Description: (2 vol., Bound - Holograph [photocopy]).

Scope and Content Note

re Japanese immigrant agriculture and exclusion in California.

Additional Note

Original manuscript in Collection 2010.
Gift of Chiba Ko.
Box 15

Childe, Wilfred Rowland, 1890-1962. Correspondence, signed, to Edward Harry William Meyerstein. v.p. 1920-1940 3 items. Holograph.

Scope and Content Note

With these: 2 holograph poems: "Autumn Flowers" (1 page) and "Autumn Images" (1page). Also includes 2 printed broadsides: "The Fair Among the Hills," presentation copy to "E.H.W.M. from W.R.C." and "Two Sonnets," presentation copy to "To Eddie from Wilfred."
Box 3

Chuquet Collection. Correspondence. 1 folder. Holograph.

Box 16

Churchill, John Charles, 1821-1891. Correspondence with Benjamin Perley Poore, Washington. 1869-1871 and undated 5 pieces. Holograph signed.

Scope and Content Note

Concerning information to be used in Congressional Directory by editor Poore, about Representative Churchill's residence and family in Washington. Not in box 16.
Box 194, Folders 13-15

Civil Rights Movement--U.S.

Box 194, Folder 14

Letters. 1964-1965.

Scope and Content Note

Letters re Parent's Emergency Committee, volunteer work in Mississippi and race problems.
Box 194, Folder 13

Publications. 1965.

Scope and Content Note

Committee of Federated Organizations, Mississippi Freedom Democratic Party, and Student Nonviolent Coordinating Committee radio scripts.
Box 194, Folder 15

Publications. n.d.

Scope and Content Note

Newsletters & flyers of Parents Miss. Emer. Comm., Student Nonviolent Coordinating Committee and COFO.
Box 16

Clapp, Asa, 1762-1848. To Richard L. Tucker, Portland, Maine. 1825 April 1 1 p. Holograph signed.

Aldine Purchase.
Box 9

Clark, Lot, 1788-1862. Autograph note. 1824 April 19 1 leaf. A.N.S.

Aldine Purchase.
Box 9

Clarke, John C. To Francis Granger, Washington. 1841 April 14 1 page. A.L.S.

Aldine Purchase.
Box 283, Folder 3

Clark, Tom. Correspondence. 1974-1984.

Physical Description: (21 items, 17pp. [holograph and typescript]).

Scope and Content Note

1 letter to Alice Notley Berrigan (1974) and 11 letters from Harcourt, Brace, Jovanovich Publishers.

Additional Note

Purchased: Arunel.
Box 25

Clarke, Dwight L. Big silver. undated 57 pages. Typescript.

Gift: Author, 1954 January 27.

Scope and Content Note

An account of the California Rand Silver mine, usually referred to as the "Big Silver."
Box 9

Clayton, A. To [William E. Chandler] Washington. 1833 March 12 1 page. A.L.S.

Aldine Purchase.
Box 6

Cobbe, Frances Power, 1822-1904. Signed correspondence. V.p., n.d. 11 items. Holograph.

Box 24

Coffield, Glen. Collection of pamphlets and ephemera, written and mimeographed by Glen Coffield. Portland, Oregon. 1950- 115 items.

Scope and Content Note

With this: correspondence between Glen Coffield and Lawrence Clark Powell, 1949- . 8 pieces.
Box 4

Coffin, Tristam. To Joseph Smith, Newburyport, Mass. 1806 Jan 7 Holograph signed.

Aldine Purchase.
Box 7

Collier, John, 1901-1980. Correspondence. 1931 1 folder.

Scope and Content Note

Three holograph signed letters to jacob Schwartz, Ashmansworth near Newbury, August-December, 1931.
Box 9

Collier, John A[llen], 1787-1873. To Gillespie's Lottery Office, Chenango Point [New York]. 1820 September 11 1 p. A.L.S.

Aldine Purchase.

Scope and Content Note

Letter requesting one half ticket in the National Lottery.
Box 8

Connvell family. [Correspondence]. 1844-1853 3 letters.

Purchased from Zeitline, 1951 September 17.

Scope and Content Note

Letters of Charles and LaFayette Connvell to their parents in Connersville, Indiana from Cincinnati, Ohio.
Box 7

Cowper, Henry Swaison, 1865-1941. Correspondence and papers. 1918-1933

Removed from Cumberland and Westmoreland Archaeological Society. Transactions. New Series, v. 1- 40, 1901-1940.
Box 5

Clarkson, Thomas, 1760-1846. Letters to various persons. V.p., v.d. 1807 July 28 1 item. Holograph.

Scope and Content Note

1 letter to James Pemberton.
Box 12

Clodd, Edward, 1840-1930. Letters to Charles Ganz. v.p. 1900-1932 13 items. Holograph.

Scope and Content Note

The two letters written in 1932 are from Phyllis Clodd, widow of Edward Clodd.
Box 289, Folder 10

Cole, Cornelius. Letter to the Honorable Winslow S. Pierce, California State Comptroller. 1852 28 October.

Physical Description: (1 item, 4pp. [holograph, signed]).

Additional Note

Purchase: Yerba Buena.
Box 16

Cook, Theodore Pease, 1844-1916. Correspondence to John Thompson Hoffman, Albany, New York and Utica, New York. 1870 December 7 and 1871 November 11 2 letters. Holograph signed.

Aldine purchase.

Scope and Content Note

Letter of 1870, of resignation from the post of Military Secretary to the staff of Hoffman, Governor of New York, and remarks of appreciation. Letter of 1871 mentions Colonel James Fisk and the defeat of the Democratic party in state elections.
Box 9

Cooke, Bates, 1787-1841. To the editor of the Congressional Globe, Washington. 1831 December 31 and 1832 June 20 2 letters. A.L.S.

Aldine Purchase.
Box 5

Cooke, Richard. Correspondence.

Removed from: Horsley, J. N., Place names in Kent, Maidenstone, 1921.

Scope and Content Note

2 als. 1 transcript of letter by Cooke. 1 transcript of a letter to Cooke. 1 illegible and unidentifiable autograph manuscript note.
Box 199, Folder 4

Conference Board of Associated Research Councils. Letters to Robert M. Glendinning. 1953-1962.

Scope and Content Note

re the advisory selection committee for Fullbright awards.

Additional Note

From Gifts.
Box 4

Conness, John, 1821-1909. To Wilson, New York. 1869 June 13 4 p. holograph signed.

Purchased from Charles Hamilton, July 5, 1955.

Scope and Content Note

Concerning Southern California and the Southern Pacific Railroad.
Box 12

Constable & Co., Ltd., publishers, London. Correspondence. 1 item. Typescript.

Scope and Content Note

1 letter to Coulson Kernahan, July 22, 1920.
Box 192, Folder 21

Constable, John. Letter to Mr. Carpenter. 1830 August 20.

Box 193, Folder 6

Cooke, General Sir George, 1768-1837. 10 letters to Cooke from his brother H.C. Vernon Graham. 1802 & 1808.

Physical Description: (10 items, 10 leaves).

Scope and Content Note

2 letters incomplete.
Box 9

Corcoran, W[illiam] W[ilson] 1789-1888. To Messrs. Blair and Rives, Washington. 1834 November 27 1 p. A.L.S.

Aldine Purchase.
Box 16

Cornell, Alonzo B., 1832-1904. To Mr. Harriot, "Longview," Yonkers, New York. 1887 June 20 1 p. Holograph signed.

Scope and Content Note

Concerning a Mr. Townsend and his article. Cornell was retired Governor of new York at this time.
Box 193, Folder 4

Corso, Gregory. Material of the spirit. n.d.

Scope and Content Note

Typescript and proofs.

Additional Note

Gift of Allan Kurtzman.
Box 9

Corwin, Tho[mas] 1794-1865. To N. G. Hamend, Lebanon [Ohio]. 1827 October 2 1 l. A.L.S.

Aldine Purchase
Box 23

Cowell, Henry, 1897-1965. Works, piano. 7 scores.

Scope and Content Note

Oversize. Contents: Chiaroscuro, episode No. II, Episode No. III, It isn't it, Polyphonica, Some music, and Vestiges.
Box 5

Crabbe, George, 1754-1832. Autograph. N.p, n.d. 1 item. Holograph.

Removed from: Crabbe's life and poems. PR 4510 A5C8 v.1
Box 9

Craig, Hector, 1775-1842. Letters to David H. Gillespie and Samuel L Southhard. 1822 March 2 and 1824 January 17 2 letters. A.L.S.

Aldine Purchase
Box 199, Folder 3

Crawford vs. Los Angeles County Superior Court. 1980.

Scope and Content Note

Court case re desegregation in Los Angeles Unified School District.

Additional Note

Gift of John Caughey.
Box 30

Crawford, Francis Marion, 1854-1909. Papers. 8 items. Holograph and typescript.

Scope and Content Note

1 letter to Theodore Watts-Dunton, 1907 July 9. Document, 1908 January 17: agreement between Butterick Pub. Co., New York, and The Author's Syndicate, London, to buy the serial rights of Crawford's "Stradella;" with Theodore Dreiser's signature as witness. Document, 1909 April 2: agreement between Crawford and William Waldorf Astor, publisher of the Pall Mall Magazine, for the serial rights of "The undesirable governess".
Box 5

Crawford, John Wallace. 1 typed poem, signed.

Removed from: Crawford, John Wallace. Whar' the Hand o' God is seen. PS 1469 C3w.
Box 8

Crawford, W. S. Correspondence. 1896-1897 100 numb. l. A.L.S. (letterpress copy)

Scope and Content Note

letters relating to the operation of his farm in San Bernardino County.
Box 9

Croswell E[dwin] 1797-1871. To Armsby, [New York]. 1856 June 20 1 page. A.L.S.

Aldine Purchase
Box 29

Croly, George, 1780-1860. Correspondence, signed. Circa 1815-1860 37 items. Holograph.

Scope and Content Note

With these: 2 leaves of manuscript poetry by Croly: 1. Croly's version of the 19th Psalm, 1860 April 25. 2. A fragment, untitled.
Box 188, Folder 8

Crouch, Winston W. Commission for the Reorganization of the Government of the City of Los Angeles. 1950-1952.

Scope and Content Note

Papers re “Little Hoover Commission.”
Box 15

Crowley, Aleister, 1875-1947. Papers. Circa 1923

Purchase Sims, 1951.

Scope and Content Note

1) Fragment 1: "From the book of the golden precepts." "The voice of silence" and commentary. Typescript carbon copy, 113 p. bound. 2) Bound typescript, no title. "The number of the bok is 333." no pagination. 3) Preliminary analysis of Liber LXV." 95 p. typescript, carbon copy. 4) See Box 16. 5) Pamphlets, publishers' announcements of "Society for the propagation of religious faith," ephemera. 6) Correspondence.
Box 16

Crowley, Aleister, 1875-1947. Papers. Circa 1923

Purchase: Sims, 1951.

Scope and Content Note

"The Drug panic by a London physician," galley proofs with holograph manuscript on reverse. 4 p. See also: Box 15 for Aleister Crowley papers.
Box 5

Crutchley, E. A. 1 als. 1938 Jan 14

Removed from: Crutchely, Ernest Addenbrooke. History and description of the Pitt Press. Cambridge, University Press, 1938.
Box 287, Folder 9

Cuney, Waring. Poems. 1960 26 December.

Physical Description: (1 item, 1p. [typescript]).

Scope and Content Note

Found in an unidentified book.
Box 281, Folder 3

Cunningham, Reverend Alexander. Army of the Potomoc (manuscript). 1874(?).

Physical Description: (1 item, 262pp. [holograph, unbound]).

Additional Note

Gift of Merle C. Cunningham.
Box 20

Currie, Mary Montgomery (Lamb) Singleton, Lady, 1843-1905. Autumn songs [London]. 1889 84 p. corrected proofs.

Purchase Rota, 1853.

Scope and Content Note

Published Chapman Hall, 1889. With holograph inscription from "Violet Fane," 1889.
Box 16

Curtin, Andrew Gregg, 1815-1894. To S.C. Thomas [?], Harrisburg, Pennsylvania. 1865 February 8 1 p. Holograph signed.

Aldine Purchase.

Scope and Content Note

Recommendation of James Whitaker as a man skilled in the management of iron works. Curtin was Governor of Pennsylvania during the Civil War and owner of iron works in Pennsylvania.
Box 19

Curtis, George William, 1824-1892. Correspondence. circa 1883 4 items. Holograph and typescript.

Scope and Content Note

1 letter to George Franklin Edmunds, 1883 Feb 17, regarding U. S. Grant and a proposed treaty with Mexico.
Box 199, Folder 11

Curver, Austin. Diary. 1862-1863.

Scope and Content Note

Civil War experiences written in small bound pocket ledger, with separate leaves from back cover. Photograph from inside front cover.
Box 31

Cushing, Caleb, 1800-1879. Correspondence. 1839-1840 3 pieces. Holograph signed.

Aldine purchase.

Scope and Content Note

Cushing, Representative from Massachusetts, writes about copy of a report, and an engagement to speak in Portsmouth, Maine. Also to Henry A. S. Dearborn, Newburyport, Massachussetts, 1839 October 14, thanking him for a specimen of a new printing process.
Box 6

Dacre, Barbarina (Ogle) Brand, Baroness, 1767-1854. Letters to various persons. V.p., v.d. 1833-1838 8 items. Holograph.

Scope and Content Note

4 letters to the Rev. William Harness.
Box 6

Dacre family. Correspondence. V.p., v.d. 1769, 1786, 1821, 1833, ca. 1829 5 items. Holograph.

Scope and Content Note

1 letter from Anne Dacre, 1789 May 25. 1 letter from Baron Dacre, 1769 March 1. 3 letters from Baron Thomas Dacre, 1821, 1833, Ca. 1829.
Box 31

Dallas, George Mifflin, 1792-1864. To Henry St. George Tucker, Philadelphia. 1839 November 9 2 pp. Holograph signed.

Aldine purchase.
Box 16

Dalton, Peter Roe. To Captain John Gray, Boston. 1788 June 30 1 p. Holograph signed.

Aldine Purchase.
Box 15

Daly, Augustin, 1838-1899. Under the gaslight. 1867 93 p. 1v. in paper covers.

Scope and Content Note

Prompt copy with extensive holograph annotations.
Box 31

Dalye, Charles Patrick, 1816-1899. Letters to various persons, 1869-1893. 5 pieces, holograph signed.

Aldine Purchase.

Scope and Content Note

Daly, New York jurist, writes to President Grant to recommend a friend for judicial appointment, to William M. Evarts concerning Thomas A. Clarke for a justiceship of the Supreme Court, letter concerning literary work, letter concerning Lord Dumaren, and letter concerning a meeting.
Box 4

Daniels, Otis.

Gift of Hayden L. Hews.

Scope and Content Note

Collection of 3 legal documents, 1 als, 1 plot plan, 1 account book.
Box 9

Darlington, W[illia]m, 1782-1863. To H[ezekiah] Niles, West Chester [Penn.]. 1831 November 21 2 pages. A.L.S.

Aldine Purchase
Box 9

Davis Ch[arles] Aug[ustus] 1795-1867. Letters to Edward Curtis and [William Henry] Seward. 1839-1840 3 letters. A.L.S.

Aldine Purchase
Box 16

Davis, Henry Winter, 1817-1865. To Isaac Toucey, [Washington]. 1858 December 30 2 p. Holograph signed.

Aldine Purchase.

Scope and Content Note

Davis, Representative from Maryland, recommends a son of Henry A. Thompson of Baltimore as cadet at Annapolis to Toucey, Secretary of the Navy.
Box 31

Davis, John, 1787-1854. To Hezekiah Niles, Washington D. C. 1832 May 12 3 pp. Holograph signed.

Aldine purchase.

Scope and Content Note

Davis, Representative from Massachusetts, writes to editor Niles about the Tariff reform bill and the influence of the President on that Legislation. References to John S. Barbour, John Clayton, Felix Grundy, and other members of Congress.
Box 31

Davis, John Chandler Bancroft, 1822-1907. Correspondence. 1870-1881 4 pieces, 3 holograph signed.

Aldine purchase.
Box 31

Davis, Noah, 1818-1902. Correspondence. 1865-1892 12 pieces, holograph signed.

Aldine purchase.

Scope and Content Note

Davis, New York jurist and justice of state Supreme Court, writes of litigation, to Thomas Murphy about an appointment, to Chester A. Arthur as Collector of Port of New York concerning appointment, to Levi P. Morton as minister to France on the same subject, to James Grant Wilson, satiric correspondence about Grover Cleveland, and letters concerning: invitations, personal matters, and reference to United States Grant and Anthony J. Drexel.
Box 34

de Quincy, Thomas, 1785-1859. Manuscript. Holograph, 16 pp, some numbered. In folder.

Photocopies (negative) from original in Folger Library. Research Grant Fund.
Box 29

De Vere, Aubrey Thomas, 1814-1902. Correspondence. 1 folder.

Box 31

Decatur, Stephen, 1752-1808 ?. To William Whann. 1818 February 4 1 p., holograph signed.

Aldine purchase.

Scope and Content Note

Possible letter of Decatur, naval hero, on the basis of similarities in letters of the signature, but would have to be misdated. Decatur was killed in the vicinity of Philadelphia in 1808 November. Subject relative to his bank account.
Box 9

DeGraff, John I[saac] 1783-1848. Letters to various persons. 1827-1842 8 letters.

Aldine Purchase
Box 4

Delafield, John, 1748-1824. To Charles Pettit, New York. 1804 April 19

Aldine Purchase.

Scope and Content Note

Concerning American shipping and the presence of French privateers.
Box 5

DeCasseres, Benjamin. Correspondence and ephemera.

Gift of H. Richard Archer.

Scope and Content Note

1 als July 3, 1936. 1 circular reagrding DeCasseres' books. 2 pamphlets by DeCasseres. 1 pamphlet about DeCasseres.
Box 281, Folder 11

Denison, Fred A. 2 invitations for White House receptions, and 1 for D.A. Denison's 75th anniversary. 1900 & 1902.

Physical Description: (3 items, 3pp.).

Scope and Content Note

All with envelopes (White House invitations with two envelopes each).
Box 16

Depew, Chauncy, 1834-1928. Letter to John P. Nicholson, New York. Also letter from the President of the Missouri Pacific Rail Road. 1894 January 6 and 1893 March 30 2 pieces. Holograph signed.

Aldine Purchase.
Box 192, Folder 13

Deukmejian, George. Letter to Sam Glane. 1985.

Scope and Content Note

re Senate Bill 852.

Additional Note

Gift of Sam Glane.
Box 30

Dickens, Charles, 1812-1870. Correspondence, signed, to various persons. 1848-1870 31 items. Holograph.

Scope and Content Note

Contents:
  • A letter to William Locke, 1848 February 3.
  • Letter to Charles Black, 1849 September 28.
  • Letter to an unknown lady, 1850 May 7.
  • Letter to William Howitt, 1851 April 24.
  • Letter to "Dear Sir" (the Mayor of Reading), 1851 October 31.
  • Letter to Mrs. Carmichael Smyth, 1857 October 4.
  • Letter to T. Crofton Croker, 1851 October 29.
  • Letter to Percy Fitzgerald, 1858 August 9.
  • Letter to James Payn, 1858 December 6.
  • Letter to Miss Jerrold, 1859 June 26.
  • Letter to Clarkson Stanfield, 1861 December 10.
  • Letter to W. F. de Cerjat, 1862 July 20.
  • Letter to Sir Joseph Francis Olliffe, 1863 January 18.
  • Letter to Edwin Roffe, 1866 January 18.
  • Cancelled check, 1867 January 30.
  • Letter to Percy Fitzgerald, 1867 July 21.
  • Letter to Henry Bicknell, 1870 March 28.
  • Letter to "My Dear Sir," 1844 March 1 [mutilated].
  • Letter to Richard A. Brown, 1850 August 31.
  • Letter to The Reverend M. Gibson, 1855 January 15.
  • Letter to H. P. Smith, 1848 June 21.
  • Letter to Edward Chapman, 1852 May 18.
  • Cancelled check, 1852 August 19.
  • Letter to William Jerdan, 1869 May 15.
  • Letter to Charles Smithson, 1841 June 13.
  • Letter to Mr. Hamstede, 1855 October 9.
  • Letter to Samuel Carter Hall, 1851 February 20, with note from Hall to Henry Stevens at the foot of the page.
  • Letter to Samuel Carter Hall, 1851 April 28, with note from Hall to Henry Stevens on reverse of the page.
  • Letter to John Forster, 1837 December 11.
  • Letter to "My Dear Sir." Doughty Street [London] Monday Evening [before June, 1841].
  • Letter to "My Dear Mrs. [George] Cattermole." Office of All the Year Round, 26 Wellington Street, Strand, London, 1868 July 23.
Box 9

Dickinson D[aniel] S[tevens] 1800-1866. Letters to various persons. 1832-1849 3 letters. A.L.S.

Aldine Purchase
Box 201, Folder 8

Dickson, Edward A. Correspondence with Herbert Hoover. 1923-1938.

Physical Description: (Photocopies).

Scope and Content Note

Telegrams and letters. From Herbert Hoover Library (West Branch, Iowa).

Additional Note

Gift of Thomas Thalken, 1983.
Box 16

Dingley, Nelson Jr., 1832-1899. To Wellington Smith, Washington. 1896 December 21 1 p. Typed letter signed.

Aldine Purchase.

Scope and Content Note

Concerning the Congressional hearing on schedule M of the proposed tariff and Smith's testimony.
Box 193, Folder 5

Dixon, Elizabeth. PhD certificate. 1946.

Scope and Content Note

PhD in Phenomenology from U. of Bikini, Marshall Islands.
Box 5

Dixon, T. S. E. 1 tls. Ca. 1890s

Removed from: Dixon, Theron S. E., Francis Bacon and his Shakespeare.
Box 31

Dorscheimer, William, 1832-1888. Correspondence and papers. 1861-1886 7 pieces, holograph signed.

Aldine purchase.

Scope and Content Note

Dorsheimer, editor of the New York Star and lieutenant governor of New York during the administration of Samuel Tilden, writes of litigation, his newspaper. Manuscript title page to a biography of Grover Cleveland and obituary clipping.
Box 31

Doty, Lockwood Lyon, 1827-1873. To Colonel Schriver, Albany, New York. 1861 August 20 2 pp., holograph signed.

Aldine purchase.

Scope and Content Note

Doty, private secretary to Governor Fenton of New York, writes about Schriver's resignation, his own bereavement, and the governor's whereabouts.
Box 9

Doubleday, U[lysses] F[reeman] 1792-1866. Letters to Levi Woodbury and George Templeman. 1832 May 18 and 1843 December 21 2 letters. A.L.S.

Aldine Purchase
Box 31

Douglass, Frederick, 1818-1895. To My Dear Friend Theodore, Washington D. C. 1882 September 25 4 pp., holograph signed.

Aldine Purchase.

Scope and Content Note

Douglass speaks of his new book, the political situation, and refers to Benjamin Butler, Elizabeth C. Stanton, Susan B. Anthony, the women's rights movement, and the author of the Swabian Stories.
Box 8

Douglas, George. [Correspondence and papers]. 1911-1935 39 letters and 3 manuscript pieces.

Scope and Content Note

George Douglas was a book page editor for the William Randolph Hearst newspaper chain in the San Francisco Area.
Box 20

Douglas, Sir George Brisbane, Baronet, 1856-1935. Correspondence, Springwood Park, Kelso. 1926? September 6 1 p. Holograph.

Scope and Content Note

Removed from "Border Breed and other Poems," London, 1909.
Box 5

Dowell, Marian Griswold (Nevins), 1857-1956. Letters to various persons. V.p., v.d. 1 item. Holograph.

 

Drexel, Anthony Joseph, 1826-1893. Correspondence. 1882-1886 12 pieces.

Aldine purchase.

Scope and Content Note

Includes responses to a Drexel invitation from Cornelius and [William K.] Vanderbilt, 1882 February 17 and 20.
Box 25

Dubinin, N. P. Experimental investigation of the integration of hereditary systems in the processes of evolution of populations. Zhur. Obshch. Biol. IX(1948), 203-244, translated from the German by I. Michael Lerner. circa 1948 85 leaves typescript (vellum).

Box 9

Duer, W[illiam] 1805-1879. Note. Circa 1847-1851 A.N.S.

Aldine Purchase
Box 19

Dumas, Alexandre, 1824-1895. Correspondence. 2 items. Holograph.

Box 29

Dunhelm, Handley, Correspondence to Mrs. Watkins. 1912 December 23 2 p. Holograph signed.

Hill purchase: 1955 September 20.

Scope and Content Note

Dunhelm, Bishop of Durham in 1912, writes to Mrs. Watkins of "Musa Domestica," his brother's volume.
Box 16

Dunkin, John. To John Jones, Philadelphia. 1793 January 24 1 p. Holograph signed.

Aldine Purchase.
Box 5

Durant, William James, 1885-1981. Letters to various persons. V.p., v.d. 1966-1967 3 items. Holograph, typescript.

Scope and Content Note

2 letters to Robert B. Campbell, Campbell's Book Store, Westwood Village.
Box 284, Folder 15

Durrell, Lawrence. 15 letters and 3 telegrams to Cynthia Sears. 1972-1975.

Physical Description: (18 item, 21pp. [typescript, 1 holograph]).

Scope and Content Note

All on personal letterhead, re daily routine, Miller documentary, Disneyland project, and miscellaneous.
Box 8

Dwinelle, Samuel H. Correspondence. 1879 August 29. 1 page. A.L.S.

Purchased from Zeitlin, 1951 September 17.

Scope and Content Note

To Edward Maguire, San Francisco, 1879 August 29.
Box 9

Eaton, J[ohn] H[enry] 1790-1856. Letters to John Townsend and to Mrs. Morgan. 1830 April 27 and 1835 September 5 2 letters and one receipt.

Aldine Purchase

Scope and Content Note

Includes receipt signed by Eaton, 1855 November 6.
Box 9

Eby, H. To Henry O'Reilly, Rochester [New York]. 1835 November 11. 2 pages. A.L.S.

Aldine Purchase
Box 31

Edwards, James L. To Nicholas Biddle, Washington D. C. 1824 January 8 1 p., letter signed.

Aldine Purchase.

Scope and Content Note

Edwards, Commissioner of Pensions, informs Biddle, acting as pension agent for Philadelphia, that his report on the subject does not conform to instructions.
Box 5

Einstein, Albert. Facsimile of tls to Mario Palmieri. 1931 Aug 15

Gift of Palmieri, October 1949.
 

Elliot, Ebenizer, 1781-1849. Correspondence. 1 piece.

Heise purchase: cat. 195.
Box 31

Elliot, Robert Brown, 1842-1884. Correspondence. 1871-1873 2 pieces, holograph and letter signed.

Aldine purchase.

Scope and Content Note

Elliot, Representative from South Carolina, writes in response to requests for aid and information. Addressees' names obscured. Also includes biographical clippings about Elliot, one of the several African American Congressmen in the Reconstruction period.
Box 27

Ellis, Havelock, 1859-1939. Correspondence, signed, to Alphonse James Albert Symons. Henley-on- Thames. 1926 May 16 2 p. Holograph manuscript with envelope.

Ex libris: C. K. Ogden.

Scope and Content Note

In this letter, Ellis answers several questions of Symons about a book of his that was suppressed.
Box 5

Emery family. Diaries. 1905 Oct 22-1907 Oct 21 2 v. (notebooks) and 15 l. Ms.

Gift of Lois Emery Matthews, 1954.

Scope and Content Note

Diary of Wilhemina (Fowler) Emery covers in two notebooks the first year of her residence in Los Angeles from 1905-1906. In 15 manuscript leaves, her husband Ernest T. Emery records a trip by train from Boston to Los Angeles.
Box 16

English, William Hayden, 1822-1896. To [James C. Dobbin]. 1854 June 1 p. Holograph signed.

Aldine Purchase.

Scope and Content Note

English, Representative from Indiana, recommends Henry Howison of Scott County, Indiana as cadet at Annapolis. Letter probably directed to James C. Dobbin, Secretary of the Navy.
Box 27

Erskine, John, 1879-1951. Correspondence, signed, to William Albert Nitze. 1907-1947 5 items. Holograph and typescript.

Scope and Content Note

Poem entitled "The Whip-poor-will," signed J. E., appears on the last page of letter dated 1907 December 15.
Box 195, Folder 4

Escalante, Silvestre Valdez de “The destruction of New Mexico.” n.d.

Physical Description: (Holograph, bound).

Scope and Content Note

Note: “from U.S. Catholic historical magazine 3:73-88.”
Box 12

Eustis, William, 1753-1825. Correspondence. 1813 September 25 1item. Holograph.

Scope and Content Note

1 letter to Richard Cutts.
Box 17

Evans, Edmund, 1826-1905. Correspondence to Thomas Edwards Jones and others. 1897-1904 19 items in 3 folders. Holograph.

Scope and Content Note

These letters to Mr. Jones are largely concerned with reminiscences of Evans's work with color printing and engraving, as well as the various artists with whom he worked. With these: letter (1909) from Edmund Wilfred Evans (son of Edmund Evans) and three letters (1909) from Mary Evans (wife of Edmund Evans), all to Mr. Jones. With typed transcripts.
Box 20

Evans, Edmund, 1826-1905. Drawings. (English). 1840-1847 34 p. 22.5 x 31.5 cm. Holograph.

Scope and Content Note

66 watercolor, oil, pen and ink, and pencil sketches, some noted as done at the age of 15 years, mounted in a notebook. Bound in boards with a brown cloth spine. With this: 20 loose items in envelope, including an original pencil sketch of Evans by Birket Foster, and proofs of four prints by Kate Greenaway.
Box 196, Folder 3

Evans, Luther H. Confidential reports to the Librarian (Library of Congress). 1941-1942.

Physical Description: (2 vol., bound - Typescript carbon).

Scope and Content Note

Also, correspondence re Evans after his death.
Box 9

Everett, A[lexander] H[ill] 1792-1847. To Artemas Hale, Boston. 1832 August 21 2 pages. A.L.S.

Aldine Purchase
Box 25

Everett, Edward, 1794-1865. Correspondence and clippings. 1826-1858 1 folder. 30 pieces.

Scope and Content Note

A group of holograph letters by Edward Everett covering the period 1826-1858. Many are to Joseph E. Sprague of Massachusetts, and concern such matter as the presidential campaign of 1828, national political happenings, and literary endeavors. There is also a letter to Alexander H. Stephens and clippings giving historical data on Everett.
Box 9

Everett Horace, 1780-1851. To H[ezekiah] Niles, Washington. 1831 February 16 and 1832 February 24 2 letters. A.L.S.

Aldine Purchase
Box 19

Everett-Green, Evelyn, 1856-1932. Correspondence. 5 items. Holograph.

Box 25

Fairchild, Donald S. Correspondence to Donald S. Fairchild from various people. 1937-1938. 42 items. Holograph and typescript.

Gift of Mr. Donald S. Fairchild.

Scope and Content Note

Letters to Fairchild when he worked for the Oxford University Press. Among the correspondents are Peggy Ashcroft, Sir Thomas Bazley, Perry Belmont, Robert Benchley, John Mason Brown, Norman Douglas, Harold Ede, William Fadiman, Lloyd Frankenberg, John Gielgud, Gerstle Mack, J. Herbert Hodgins, Sir Edward Marsh, Charles Mayo, Margaret O'Flaherty, Noel Sullivan, Benedict Thielen, Wanda (Willson) Witman, Emlyn William. Photostatic copies of many of the letters are in the folder following the original letters.
Box 198, Folder 7

Fall, John. Farmington plan: contracts -- correspondence. 1948.

Physical Description: (Typescript, bound).

Scope and Content Note

Also, Farmington Plan newsletter no.1 and 2 with appendices.
Box 16

Farnsworth, J. G. To Col. Horatio C. King, New York. 1882 December 9 1 p. Letter signed.

Aldine Purchase.

Scope and Content Note

Farnsworth informs King that Governor-elect Grover Cleveland has appointed them Adjutant General and Judge Advocate General respectively and arranges a meeting.
Box 284, Folder 14

Farquhar, Francis. Correspondence with Dartmouth College faculty. 1939-1957.

Physical Description: (5 items, 5pp.).

Scope and Content Note

5 letters, some re Dartmouth Mountaineering Club journal issues for collection.

Additional Note

Found in Dartmouth Mountaineering Club Journal.
Box 8

Farquhar, Francis P[eloubet], 1887-1974. Correspondence. 1946 October 9 2 leaves. T.L.S.

Scope and Content Note

To Neal Harlow, San Francisco. Describing various editions of The Life of Joaquin Murieta. With the above: Positive photostats of the first two pages of the 1859 and 1861 editions published by Butler & Co., San Francisco.
Box 5

Farr (?), William. Als to Eben Pool, Jr. NYC. Ca. 1874 Aug 26

Box 289, Folder 5

Fast, Howard. Letters, postcards, slides and photograph [autographed to]. 1969.

Physical Description: (13 items, 7pp.).

Scope and Content Note

3 letters and 7 postcards, many re divining. Slides related to 7 July 1969 letter.
Box 8

Fendall, P[hilip] R[icard], 1794-1868. To [John Charles] FrTmont, Washington. 1852 February 28 5 pages. L.S.

Purchased of Hamilton, 1953 November 19. Also on negative microfilm #03189, John Charles FrTmont papers, 1846-1861.

Scope and Content Note

Letter concerning land in California.
Box 6

Fenn, George Manville, 1831-1909. Signed correspondence. V.p. ca. 1870-1909 28 items. Holograph.

Scope and Content Note

16 letters, 1890-1905, are addressed to Fred A. Turner.
Box 30

Ferdinand II, Emperor of Germany, 1578-1637. Letter to Louis XIII, King of France. Ratisbonne. 1623 March 28 3 p. 33 x 21 cm. Manuscript with holograph signature.

Scope and Content Note

This letter is written in Latin.
Box 17

Ferlinghetti, Lawrence, 1919- . D. H. Lawrence revisited. Taos, New Mexico. 1962 3 leaves. 21.5 cm. Holograph.

Scope and Content Note

First draft of this poem, written 1962 May 1. Not known if published. With this is a typescript copy of the manuscript and an account (1 leaf, typescript) by an unknown person of the writing of the poem. In a gray-green paper case.
Box 23

Ferlinghetti, Lawrence, 1919- . Meditation on observation-affliction (written on the back of a map of Harvard College). Cambridge, Massachusetts. 1868 April 17 1 l. 43 x 35 cm. Holograph.

Scope and Content Note

Oversize. A poem of 211 lines arranged in four columns. Unpublished as of October 1968.
Box 19

Ferrier, James Frederick, 1808-1864. Correspondence. 1852 May 22 1 item. Holograph.

Scope and Content Note

1 letter to Thomas De Quincey.
Box 9

Ferris, Cha[rle]s G[oadsby] 1796-1848. To [Martin Van Buren] the President of the United States and William L[earned] Marcy, New York. 1838 Janurary 23 and 1839 December 6 2 letters. A.L.S.

Aldine Purchase
Box 25

Field, Mrs. Isobel (Osbourne) Strong. Autograph. 1 folder.

Taken from PS659 S75S Spinners' Book of Fiction.
Box 190, Folder 6

Finley, S.H. Report of the Metropolitan Water District of Southern California on the San Jacinto tunnel strike. 1937.

Box 6

Firbank, Arthur Annesley Ronald, 1886-1926. Correspondence. 1916-1917 4 items.

Purchase I. K. Fletcher.

Scope and Content Note

4 letters to Grant Richards, referring to advertising Firbank's writings and his accounts.
Box 16

Fish, Hamilton, 1808-1893. Correspondence. 1865-1890 3 letters. Holograph signed.

Aldine Purchase.

Scope and Content Note

Letter to Senator W.B. Allison of Iowa, December 13th, inviting him to dinner. Letter to Joel Munsell, New York, 1865 December 11, ordering a copy of Halls['] Eastern Vermont. Letter to General James Grant Wilson, New York, 1890 January 23, acknowledging receipt of copy of Wilson's address before Onieda Historical Society.
Box 25

Fish, Hamilton, 1849-1936. Correspondence. 1 folder.

 

Teachers' Certificate. 1819

Scope and Content Note

A recommendation for Mr. Samuel Mills from Jabez Pond Fisher.
Box 170

Fisher, M.F.K. (Mary Frances Kennedy), 1908- . Archive.

Scope and Content Note

[Includes]: correspondence with William Targ, some typescript chapters for With Bold Knife and Fork.
Box 32

Fitch, Ashbel Parmelee, 1848-1904. Correspondence and scrapbook. 1870-1888 2 v.

Aldine purchase.

Scope and Content Note

One volume of letters received by Fitch, 1888 May-July, while serving in the 50th Congress as a Republican representative from the 13th New York District and concerning his speech, 1888 May 16, delivered in the House of Representatives on tariff reform and in defense of the Mills Bill. Some letters are requests for printed copies of his speech. A letter, 1888 May 18, from Henry George is included. There is also a scrapbook, 1870-1882, containing clippings and broadsides pertaining to his law practice in New York City.
Box 5

Fitzgerald, Francis Scott Key, 1896-1940. Letters, signed, to Cameron Rogers. V.p., v.d. 1934 Jan 24 and 1934 Apr 15 2 items. Typescript.

Box 6

Fitzgerald, Percy Hetherington, 1834-1925. Signed correspondence. V.p., v.d. ca. 1902-1903 43 items. Holograph.

Scope and Content Note

Many of these letters are about Charles Dickens. 4 letters to Frederick George Kitton, regarding Charles Dickens and the Dickens Fellowship, 1902-1903. 1 letter to Andrew White Tuer, undated.
Box 9

Flagg, A[zariah] C[utting], 1790-1873. Letters to various persons. 1831-1841 3 pieces holograph signed.

Aldine Purchase

Scope and Content Note

Flagg writes to Secretary of the Navy Woodbury, concerning an appointment, endorsed by Woodbury, to Luther Bradish, concerning a pamphlet, and letter concerning New York State prisons. Letter to Woodbury signed by Silas Wright.
 

Fonblanque, Albany William, 1793-1872. Correspondence. 5 items. Holograph.

Box 25

Foote, Mary (Hallock), 1847-1938. Correpondence to Herman Whitaker, Grass Valley, California. October 17 1 folder.

Taken from Collection PS659 S75S Spinners' Book of Fiction.
Box 4

Ford, J. K. To W. J. Alxius, N.Y. 1852 March 6 Holograph signed.

Aldine Purchase.
Box 10

Ford, Roger, comp. A catalogue of the various editions [of The Compleat Angler, by Isaak Walton and Charles Cotton] in the library of Roger Ford, Esq. np, nd. 25 leaves, typescript with holograph notes, bound.

Purchase: Wreden, 1954 February 1.

Scope and Content Note

Clippings from dealers' catalogs are also included.
Box 4

Forsyth, L. N. Letters to L.C. Powell. Booklets re: "Art & Aviation". In a brown paper envelope.

Box 16

Foster, John Watson, 1836-1917. To James Wadsworth, Washington. 1883 February 19 1 p. Holograph signed.

Aldine Purchase.

Scope and Content Note

Concerning diplomatic communications with the Mexican minister and the delay in negotiations. Foster was newly appointed minister to Spain.
Box 16

Fox, Gustavus Vasa, 1822-1883. To Gen. John S. Tyler, Washington. 1865 September 16 2 p. Letter signed.

Aldine Purchase.

Scope and Content Note

Fox, Assistant Secretary of the Navy, describes a new accounting plan to be used at naval stations and asks Tyler to serve with others to examine the efficacy of the plan.
Box 194, Folder 4

France, Anatole. Letter to Professor W.E. Clark (University of Chicago). 1912.

Scope and Content Note

Also, two magazine pictures of unknown man.
Box 33

Franklin, Benjamin, 1706-1790. Correspondence to Sir Edward Newenham, Philadelphia. 1785 October 3, 1787 May 24, and undated. 3 letters (negative photostat).

 

Fraser, James Baillie, 1783-1856. Letters, signed, to various persons. V.p., v.d. ca. 1827 4 items. Holograph.

Scope and Content Note

1 letter dated 1827 June 3 to Mr. Carpenter regarding John Burnet, the artist.
Box 191, Folder 5

Freud, Ralph and Ida. Christmas card. 1966.

Physical Description: (Handmade).

Additional Note

Gift of Page Ackerman.
Box 19

Freeman, Edward Augustus, 1823-1892. Correspondence. 1 item. Holograph.

Box 194, Folder 7

Frey, Enas. Letter to “Mr. Edward Saiter, and Wife.” 1864.

Scope and Content Note

Posted Marion, Ohio, dated June 3, 1864, re wife's death, children's military service, the war.

Additional Note

Gift of Fern B. Clapper, August 1955.
Box 194, Folder 6

Frey, Leander. Letter to Mr. Saiter. 1862.

Scope and Content Note

Posted from Covington, Kentucky, dated “12th 62,” camp of Co. E, 96th Regt. Ohio Vols.

Additional Note

Gift of Fern B. Clapper, August 1955.
Box 29

Frothingham, Nathaniel Langdon, 1793-1870. Correspondence to Ralph Waldo Emerson. 1861 April 6 1 piece.

Box 282, Folder 10

Froude, J.A. Letter to James F. Gluch, Esq. no year, 22 June.

Physical Description: (1 item, 1p.).

Scope and Content Note

re one of Froud's Manuscripts. Penciled at top: Archbishop of Canterbury.
Box 15

Frye, Burton. The Decker press of Prairie City, Illinois, 1950. 17 p. Mimeograph.

Scope and Content Note

A history of the James A. Decker Press, which specialized in publication of poetry.
Box 27

Furniss, Harry, 1845-1925. Self-portrait (rear view), signed. London. 1900 February 1 p. Ink sketch, holograph. 17.5 x 11.5 cm.

Removed from: Nunn, John J. Mrs. Montague Jones' dinner party... [Illustrations by Harry Furniss]. London, 1872.
Box 7

Furst, Henry. [Correspondence to Andy Rolle and 5 p. typescript Ms].

Gift: Andy Rolle, May 1952.

Scope and Content Note

5 TLS's. 1 Ms, 5 p.
Box 190, Folder 5

Gallagher, John. “Personal reminicences of the war in upper and lower California between American and native troops.” n.d.

Physical Description: (Typescript).

Additional Note

Gift of David Clark.
Box 9

Gallup, Albert, 1796-1851. Letters sent, Albany. 1843 April 29 - 1846 October 30 letters. A.L.S.

Aldine Purchase

Scope and Content Note

Letters sent as Collector of Customs for the Port of Albany to the following, who held the office of Collector of Customs for the District and Port of New York: Edward Curtis, C.P. Van Ness and Cornelius Van Wyck Lawrence.
Box 192, Folder 15

Garland, William. Letter to Sam Glane. 1932.

Scope and Content Note

re participation on a committee of the 10th Olympiad (1932: Los Angeles).

Additional Note

Gift of Sam Glane.
Box 31

Gaspar Manor, Somersetshire, Great Britain. Bailiff's accounts. 1764-1799 84 pieces in one folder.

LCP purchase: Peter Murray Hill.

Scope and Content Note

Bailiff's accounts of the manor of Gaspar from Lady Day, 1764-1799. Accounts are addressed to Colonel Sir Isaac Rebow, owner from circa 1764 to 1782. After 1782 they are addressed to Mrs. Mary Rebow and the executors of the estate. Martin Shepherd was bailiff from 1764 until 1783. His son Charles became bailiff between 1783 and 1799, but the year is uncertain as records for this period are wanting. The accounts include a valuation of the estate made in 1772 by George Sangslor, as directed by Thomas South, then steward of the estate. This gives annual realization from farm rentals and cutting of timber as 280. Receipts for payment for work done on the estate by the Shepherd family and other tenents indicate repairs made, wood cut, et cetera. Receipts for 1799 bear a two- pence stamp. Land tax, poor rates, and church rates are also noted.
Box 31

Gates, William, 1788-1868. To Nathan P. Ames, Fort Moultrie, South Carolina. 1834 May 23 1 p. Holograph signed.

Aldine purchase.

Scope and Content Note

Gates, major of artillery, orders new pattern swords from the Springfield, Massachusetts armory.
Box 30

George I, King of Great Britain, 1660-1727. Letter to the Court Official Spirman at Cologne. Hanover. 1705 February 14 3 p. 30 x 20 cm. Manuscript with holograph signature.

Scope and Content Note

This letter, written while George was Elector of Hanover, instructs Spirman how to vote at the Congress for Dirpholtz and Spiegelberg. With typescript translation.
Box 25

Gernett, Richard, 1835-1906. Correspondence. 1882 May 20 1 folder.

Taken from: Richard Garnett. Iphigenia in Delphi...London, 1890, T. Fisher Unwin.

Scope and Content Note

Holograph letter to Mr. Conway about some Emerson works in the British Museum.
Box 23

Gershwin, George, 1898-1937. Mischa Yascha Toscha Sascha. 1930 July 2 leaves. 33 x 26.5 cm. Holograph.

Gift of Muriel Donaldson, 1960 June.

Scope and Content Note

Oversize. A piece of music. "To Will Donaldson my old friend with every good wish. George Gershwin."
Box 5

Gilberg, Ange. 1 als to Dr. Jean Hershold. 1945

Box 9

Gillet R[ansom] H[ooker] 1800-1876. Letters to various persons. 1834-1876 13 letters. A.L.S.

Aldine Purchase

Scope and Content Note

Letters written between 1846 and 1849 written as Solicitor and Register of the Treasury.
Box 29

Glascock, William Nugent, 1787-1847. Correspondence. 2 items. Holograph.

Box 199, Folders 7-9

Glendinning, Robert M.

Box 199, Folder 7

Book reviews. 1946.

Scope and Content Note

Chepil, W.S. Dynamics of wind erosion (2 copies).
Hanna, Phil Townsend. Dictionary of California land names (1946).
Box 199, Folder 8

Correspondence. 1941.

Box 199, Folder 9

“Desert change: a study of the Boulder Dam area.” n.d.

Scope and Content Note

Two drafts, one with appended illustrations, for Scientific monthly magazine.
Box 9

Goldsborough, Rob[ert] H[enry] 1779-1836. Letters to various persons. Circa 1835 2 letters. A.L.S.

Aldine Purchase
Box 194, Folder 1

Goodrich, Nathaniel. Letter to Francis Farquhar. 1953.

Scope and Content Note

Found in Goodrich's Waterville Valley (1952).
Box 31

Gorgas, Josiah, 1818-1883. Correspondence. 1861 May - October 3 pieces, signed.

Aldine purchase.
Box 31

Gorgas, Major and Chief of Ordinance of the War Department, Confederate States government, writes to an officer and to the governors of Virginia and North Carolina on the subject of guns, armories and ammunition needed by the government.

Box 12

Gourmont, Remy de, 1858-1915. Epilogues: L'Alcool et Torquemada. 1899 8 leaves. 22.5 centimeters. Holograph.

Scope and Content Note

An essay published in Mercure de France, Paris, May, 1899. Also published in "Epilogues: deuxiFme sTrie, 1899-1901," Paris, 1921, Volume II, page 44.
Box 198, Folder 5

Graham, Elanor N. Title deed to 2 lots in San Ysidro. 1912.

Box 199, Folder 2

Mrs. Gregson. Mrs. Gregson's memoirs. n.d.

Physical Description: (Typescript copy).

Scope and Content Note

re life in California to 1851.
Box 11

Graham-Little, Sir Ernest Gordon. Letter. 1 folder.

Box 282, Folder 15

Grimke, Dr. John. Letter from G.R.A. Brown. 1817 29 July.

Physical Description: (1 item, 4pp. [holograph]).

Scope and Content Note

re repayment of loan.
Box 17

Grattan, Thomas Colley, 1792-1864. Correspondence. Circa 1826 10 items. Holograph.

Scope and Content Note

1 letter to John Poole, 1826 June 26.
Box 30

Greenaway, Kate, 1846-1901. Drawings from "Marigold garden". Circa 1885 2 items. 28.5 x 19.5 cm. Original pencil sketches.

Scope and Content Note

"From market" appears on page 18. "In an apple tree" appears on page 23. "Marigold garden; pictures and rhymes by Kate Greenaway" was first published by George Routledge and Sons. London, 1885.
Box 17

Grimm, Wilhelm Karl, 1786-1859. Correspondence. 1813 April 1 1 item. Holograph.

Scope and Content Note

1 letter to Mohr & Zimmer, Booksellers. Haydon, Benjamin Robert, 1786-1846. Correspondence to Lord John Russell. 1831 November 18 1 item. Holograph.
Box 31

Grundy, Felix, 1777-1840. To Samuel Carrwell, Washington, D. C. 1814 March 7 1 p. Holograph signed.

Aldine purchase.

Scope and Content Note

Grundy, Representative from Tennessee, asks Carrwell to deliver a check to certain persons in that state.
Box 30

Guinn, Mabel Elizabeth. Collection of Los Angeles High School programs, dance programs, valentines, and ephemera. 1886-1902 47 pieces in 1 folder.

Purchase: Dawson's.
Box 13

Gutzkow, Karl Ferdinand, 1811-1878. Uriel Acosta. A tragedy by Karl Gutzkow, translated from the German by Alfred Baskerville. Circa 1840 42 pages holograph.

Scope and Content Note

From the Spinoza collection of Dr. A. Wolf.
Box 9

Gwin, W[illiam] M[cKendree] 1805-1903. To A. A. Kincannon, Ripley [Miss.] [18]45 August 6 1 l. A.L.S.

Aldine Purchase
Box 286, Folder 9

Hackman, [?]. Inteview. 1977 11 October.

Physical Description: (3 items: On reel-to-reel [1] and cassette [2]).

Scope and Content Note

Notation: “NHPRC - Cal State Archives, Sac.”
Box 188, Folders 5-7

Hager, H.C.

Box 188, Folder 5

Diary. July 4-September 22, 1896.

Scope and Content Note

Book 1 of 3.
Box 188, Folder 6

Diary. August 14-October 19, 1897.

Scope and Content Note

Book 2 of 3.
Box 188, Folder 7

Diary. December 27, 1888-December 23, 1889.

Scope and Content Note

Visits to China and St. John's Island.
Book 3 of 3.
Box 285, Folder 12

Haggard, H. Rider. Manuscript. 1908(?).

Physical Description: (1 item, 5pp. [holograph, signed]).

Scope and Content Note

Outline for plot and persona for The Yellow God (1908).
Box 9

Halstead, M[urat] 1829-1908. To A. S. Smyster [?], Cincinnati. 1887 October 12 1 l. A.L.S.

Aldine Purchase
Box 7

Hammarstrand, M. W. To C. W. M. Smith, Indian Gulch, California. 1867 July 5 2 p. ALS

Purchased from Zamboni, 1952 April.

Scope and Content Note

Letter concerning the assay of an ore sample sent from his claim at Indian Gulch, Mariposa County, California.
Box 31

Hamilton, Alexander West. Correspondence and accounts. 1808-1820. 59 pieces in two folders.

Mathews purchase: London cat. series, Item number 124: 209. 1951 December.

Scope and Content Note

45 holograph letters signed to Alexander West Hamilton of the Pemberton Valley Estate, St. Mary's, Jamaica [customs agent, Kingston, Jamaica, 1811-1820?] concerning consignments of cargo in the ships "Robert," "Middlesex," and other. Letters are from Robert Jamieson, captain of the "Robert," and from various plantation owners. Also includes 14 documents enumerating amounts and types of cargo, by whom sent, disposal, and prices obtained. West appears to have represented a Glascow merchant's investment firm [West India Merchant's] connected with one James Ewing.
Box 9

Hammond, Jabez D[elno] 1778-1855. To William M. Morrison, Cherry Valley [N.Y.]. 1842 October 16 1 l. A.L.S.

Aldine Purchase
Box 19

Hamnett, Nina, 1890-1956. Correspondence. 1914-1951 36 items. Manuscript.

Scope and Content Note

17 letters from Jocelyn Brooke, 1946-1951. 1 letter from Henri Gaudier-Brzeska, 1914 July 13. 10 letters from Duncan Grant, 1945-1948. 2 letters from Leonard Merrick, 1923 and 1932. 1 letters from Osbert Sitwell, 1931 April 19.
Box 286, Folder 10

Hanson, A.E. Interview by James Mink. 1977 20 April.

Physical Description: (2 cassettes).
Box 11

Harrell, Orville, J. Flowing valley. 1953 282 p. Typescript.

Scope and Content Note

Carbon typescript with holograph corrections. Published by Mcbride, 1953.
Box 4

Harris, Frank, 1855-1931. Letter, signed, to Christopher Millard. New York. 1919 Sept 27. 1 p. Typescript.

Ex libris: C. K. Ogden

Scope and Content Note

Harris discusses Aleister Crowley, among other things.
Box 4

1923-1925 Harris, Frank, 1855-1931. Moore versus Harris. An intimate correspondence between George Moore and Frank Harrisalso a remarkable character sketch of Harris by G. Bernard Shaw. Chicago, Privately Printed [by Guido Bruno] 20, [2] p/ 5 illus. 15-1/2 cm.

Purchase: I. Poole, June 1951.

Scope and Content Note

"One thousand copies of this book have been printed and the type distributed. This is No. 824." Bound in wrappers. Laid in: 1. Letter, signed, from Frank Harris to John H. Hogan. Nice, July 23, 1923. 1 p., holograph. 2. Letter, signed, from Arthur F. Bird to John H. Hogan. London, March 17, 1924. 1 p., typescript.
Box 5

Harlan, Jacob W. 1 manuscript bill of sale signed by Harlan. 1852 March 20

Removed from: Harlan. California '46 to '88. F864 H22c
Box 29

Harland, Henry, 1861-1905. Correspondence, signed, to various persons. Circa 1880-1905 3 items.

Box 282, Folder 7

Harrison, Mary St. Leger (Kingsley), 1852-1931. The Wreck of the Golden Galleon - Manuscript. n.d.

Physical Description: (1 item, 77pp. [holograph]).

Additional Note

Purchase.
Box 12

Harvard University. To the Corporation of Harvard University, Cambridge, Massachusetts. 1834 April 16 5 l. manuscript (letterpress copy). In black paper portfolio with flaps.

Scope and Content Note

Proposition for increasing student enrollment by scholarships, concluding: "All which is submitted respectfully by Harvard University..."
Box 286, Folders 1-2

Hauser, Benjamin Gayelord

Box 286, Folder 1

Dictionary of Foods [Manuscript], book review (1969). 1939-1969.

Physical Description: (5 items, 126pp., typescript carbon, signed).

Scope and Content Note

Also includes one issue of Hauser newsletter (1969), Christmas card, and health food pamphlet.

Additional Note

Gift of Dorohy Blankfort.
Box 286, Folder 2

Dictionary of Foods.

Physical Description: (1 item - binder).

Additional Note

Gift of Dorothy Blankfort.
For manuscript text SEE: this Box, folder 1.
Box 25

Havenmayer, William F. Correspondence. 1 folder.

Box 4

Havison, Richard. To Thomas Barclay, N.Y. 1802 April 7 Holograph signed. 2 p.

Aldine Purchase.
Box 5

Hawkes, Francis S. 1 als. 1858 July 21

Removed from: Duyckinck, E. A., A memorial of Francis S. Hawkes. Z881 N44m
Box 198, Folder 6

Hayward, Joel A. Memoirs. 1862-1863.

Physical Description: (Typescript).

Scope and Content Note

Reminiscences of military service during Civil War.
Box 4

Hazard, Ebenezer, 1744-1817. To Messrs. Wharton and Lewis,Philadelphia. 1797 Sept 29 Holograph signed.

Aldine Purchase.

Scope and Content Note

Concerning insurance on a ship sailing to Jamaica, B.I.
Box 5

Hazlitt, William, 1811-1893. Correspondence. 1835, 1851 5 p.

Scope and Content Note

Letter to J. Macrone. N.p., 1835. 2 p. Letter to Messrs. Fullarten. London, 1851. 3 p.
Box 9

Heath, James P., 1777-1854. To H[ezekiah] Niles, Washington. [18]33 December 10 1 l. A.N.S.

Aldine Purchase
Box 192, Folder 16

Hedrick, Earle Raymond and Helen Breeden. Ancestors and descendants of Dr. Earle Raymond Hedrick and Helen Breeden Hedrick. 1977.

Scope and Content Note

Geneology of Clyde Lewis Hedrick.

Additional Note

Gift of C.L. Hedrick.
Box 16

Hendricks, Thomas Andres, 1819-1885. Correspondence. 1867 May 1 piece. Holograph signed. Envelope.

Aldine Purchase.

Scope and Content Note

Letter from [Colonel] James Gavin [?] to Hendricks, Greensburg, Indiana, 1867 May 4, concerning appointment for West Point. Letter from Hendricks to same written on verso of leaf, Indianapolis, 1867 May 8, replying that the district vacancy is already filled and that the matter is out of his hands.
Box 12

Henley, William Ernest, 1849-1903. Correspondence. 1 item. Holograph.

Box 193, Folder 2

Henri II. Expenditures. 1559.

Physical Description: (1 vellum leaf).

Scope and Content Note

Recording expenditures for May 28, 1559.

Additional Note

SEE: card for Vellum.
Box 9

Henry, Eliza. To Harmanus Bleeker, New York. 1843 October 9 2 pages. A.L.S.

Aldine Purchase
 

Henry, Guy Vernor, 1839-1899. To Mrs. Childs, Fort Myer, Virginia. 1892 November 2 2 pp. Holograph signed.

Aldine purchase.

Scope and Content Note

Henry, military officer, writes a complimentary letter to the wife of a friend.
Box 188, Folder 4

Hersholt, Jean. Letter to Ralph Freud. 1953 March 23.

Box 9

Hickey, W. To [Henry] Clay [Washington]. 1841 March 29 1 l. A.L.S. and 9 pages extracts.

Aldine Purchase

Scope and Content Note

Covering letter transmitting "extracts and references shewing the sentiments of General Jackson, while President, respecting the tariff."
Box 19

Higginson, Thomas Wentworth, 1823-1911. Correspondence to Charles Eliot Norton. 1890 March 26 1 item. Holograph.

Box 5

Higson, John. Correspondence. ca. 1869

Removed from: Higson, John. Historical and descriptive notices. English local.

Scope and Content Note

1 als 1869 Nov 23. 1 clipping signed "H"
Box 18

Hodges, George, bp., 1856-1919. Correspondence. 1896-1900 11 letters. Holograph and typescript signed.

Scope and Content Note

Letters from various Protestant Episcopal Bishops, including John H. Vincent, Henry M. Jackson, David S. Tuttle, William Part, Cleland K. Nelson, Joseph H. Johnson, Thomas A. Starkey, John Scarborough, Chancey B. Brewster, and Sidney C. Partridge. Some of the letters concern the Christian Social Union, and there is one letter from Bishop Hodges to a Mrs. Gozzaldi, enclosing an autograph of Sidney C. Partridge, Bishop of Tokyo.
Box 13

Holden, Harold M. Noses. 1952 circa 250 pages. Typescript.

Gift: Author, 1952.

Scope and Content Note

Published: Cleveland, World Publishing Co., 1950.
Box 10

Holmes, John, 1773-1843. To Hezekiah Niles, Washington. 1831 December 23 1 p. A.L.S.

Aldine purchase.
Box 13

Holmes, Oliver Wendell, 1809-1894. Correspondence. Circa 1884-1887 5 pieces.

Scope and Content Note

Letter to Dr. Hale, dated January 3. Letter to Archdeacon Farrar, dated 1887 September 12. Letter to "Dear Sir," dated 1884 November 6. Photostat of poem, dated 1884 (?) August 3.
Box 13

Holmes, Oliver Wendell, 1809-1894. Correspondence regarding Harvard University. Boston. 1890-1891 2 items. Holograph.

Scope and Content Note

The letter of 1890 May 16 is to Francis Marshall. The letter of 1891 December 21 is to Samuel May. With these: Holograph leaf (fragment), describing Cambridge, Massachusetts, from the poem "Parson Turell's Legacy." Signed at a later date, "A scrap saved for my autograph. Oliver Wendell Holmes. Boston, Dec. 16th, 1891."
Box 16

Holt, Joseph, 11807-1894. Correspondence. 1869, 1877 3 pieces.

Scope and Content Note

Letter to A.L. Goodman, dated 1869 January 4, concerning James Speed. Letters to J.C. Peters, dated November 7, 1877.
Box 18

Holyoke, Edward, 1689-1769. Sermon preached at Cambridge, Massachusetts. 1747 January 18 12 p. holograph manuscript in shorthand.

Scope and Content Note

With the above: H [?] to B Pierce, n. p., n. d., 1 p., holograph signed. Enclosing three manuscript sermons by Edward Holyoke. Two of these were apparently presented to Harvard University Library.
Box 27

Holyoake, George Jacob, 1817-1906. Correspondence. 1 item. Holograph.

Box 17

Hook, James Clark, 1819-1907. Correspondence. 1 item. Holograph.

Box 3

Hoover, Herbert Clark, president of the United States, 1874-1964. Letters to Various persons. V.p., v.d. 1928 Sept 19, 1950 June 14 2 items.

Scope and Content Note

Photocopy of letter to Mr. E.W. Sawyer, dated 1928 Sept 19. Letter to Lawrence C. Powell, dated 1950 June 14.
Box 25

Hopper, James Marie, 1876-1956. Correspondence to Jim, Carmel, California. November 11 1 folder.

Taken from PS659 S75S Spinners' Book of Fiction.
Box 4

Hornung, Ernest William, 1866-1921. Letters, signed, to various persons. V.p., v.d. 3 items.

Box 201, Folder 6

Howard, Clinton (?). Letter[?]. 1939 August.

Physical Description: (Holograph, carbon).

Scope and Content Note

re five-day visit to HMS Repulse at Cromarty Firth, Scotland.

Additional Note

Gift of Mrs. Solvej Howard.
Box 5

Howe, Julia Ward, 1819-1910. Correspondence. 1889, 1895

Scope and Content Note

Letter to "Dear sir," dated 1889 Jan 26. Letter of authorization signed by Julia Ward Howe and others, dated 1895 Nov 19.
Box 29

Howe, Samuel Gridley, 1801-1876. Correspondence. 2 pieces.

Heise purchase: cat. 204. 1952 September 5.
Box 200, Folder 4

Howells, Christine. [Personal papers]. 1906 & 1941.

Scope and Content Note

Pamphlet and photograph (1906), & divorce announcement (1941).

Additional Note

Gift of Connie Rowland.
Box 29

Howitt, William, 1792-1879. Correspondence, signed, to various persons. Circa 1835-1879 10 items.

Heise purchase: cat. 203. 1952 September 5.
Box 25

Hseih, Tehyi, 1884- . Note. 1 folder. Holograph note and clipping.

Box 12

Hudson, William Henry, 1841-1922. Correspondence. 1 item. Holograph.

Box 177

Hughes, Langston, 1902-1967. Mother and Child: a Theatre Vignette. New York: [s.n.]. 1961.

Physical Description: (Mimeograph edition).
Box 5

Hughes, Thomas, 1822-1896. Signed Correspondence. V.p., v.d. 20 items. Holograph.

Scope and Content Note

With these: An invitation from Hougton, Mifflin, & Co. to meet Thomas Hughes, October 14, 1880. 1 item.
Box 31

Huidekoper, Henry Shippen, 1839-1918. To Horatio? King, Philadelphia. 1904 December 21 1 p. typed letter signed.

Aldine purchase.

Scope and Content Note

Huidekoper asks King's aid in securing the passage of a Congressional bill which would give General Daniel E. Sickles the rank of lieutenant general.
Box 27

Humphreys, Mrs. Eliza Margaret J. (Gollan), 1860-1938. Correspondence. 14 items. Holograph.

Scope and Content Note

Mrs. Humphreys used the pseudonym "Rita."
Box 29

Hunt, Leigh, 1784-1859. Correspondence, signed, to various persons. Circa 1835-1850 8 items. Holograph.

Scope and Content Note

Included is a a receipt, 1850 December 28, made out to Leigh Hunt for his laundry. 1 letter to Anne Mathews [Mrs. Charles Mathews], 1835 September 23. 1 letter to Thornton Leigh Hunt, her son, March 23 [no year]. Another copy. 1 reel 35 mm negative microfilm.
Box 16

Hunter, William, 1805-1886. To _, Washington. 1872 1 p. Letter signed.

Aldine Purchase.

Scope and Content Note

Concerning free duties and charges on import for Callao, Peru.
Box 198, Folder 2

Inazawa, Kenichi, Makoto Kobayashi and Kohachiro Miyazaki. History of the Japanese presbyterian church (San Francisco). 1912.

Physical Description: (Bound photocopy [in Japanese]).

Additional Note

Gift of Mr. Kaga.
Box 10

Ingersoll, Charles Jared, 1782-1862. Letters to various persons. 1813-1862 4 pieces. Holograph signed.

Aldine purchase.

Scope and Content Note

Ingersoll, Representative from Pennsylvania, writes concerning legal business, and comments on the crisis of the Civil War, origin of a verse.
Box 10

Ingersoll, Joseph Reed, 1786-1868. To Robert E. Griffith, Harrisburg, Pennsylvania. 1827 May 9 3 pp. Holograph signed.

Aldine purchase.

Scope and Content Note

Ingersoll, brother of Charles Jared Ingersoll, writes of decision on the division of lands, and of the proceedings of a religious convocation.
Box 16

Ingersoll, Colin Macrea, 1819-1903. To W.C. Crane, [New Haven, Connecticut?]. 1882 May 26 2 p. Holograph signed.

Aldine Purchase.

Scope and Content Note

Response by Ingersoll, member of the House of Representatives, 1851-1855, to inquiry concerning speeches delivered twenty years before.
Box 189, Folder 3

Interstate Commerce Commission. Reports and correspondence. 1961-68.

Scope and Content Note

With Dudley Pergrum re Southern Pacific Railroad & NYRR.
Box 197, Folder 4

Izant, Betty. Paradise lost. 1966.

Physical Description: (Typescript).
Box 23

Jackson, Andrew, President of the United States., 1767-1845. Document, signed by President Jackson, granting 160 acres of land in the district of Crawfordsville, Indiana, to Edward Thomas of Warren County, Ohio. Washington, D. C. 1829 April 2 1 l. 24 x

Gift of the Rancho San Jose de Buenos Aires Chapter of the Daughter of the American Revolution per Mrs. Mary Little Grim, 1940 October.
Box 12

Jacob, Max, 1876-1944. A propos des rOves - les trois TgrTgores (ballade). Saint Benoitsur-Loire. 1939 3 leaves. 31 centimeters. Holograph.

Scope and Content Note

A poem, published in his "Derniers PoFmes," Paris, Gallimard, 1961, Page 9.
Box 12

Jacob, Max. 1876-1944. Letters to Jean Fraysse. v.p. 1935-1936 29 items. Holograph.

Scope and Content Note

Jean Fraysse was the editor of "Les Feux de Paris," 1935-1937. Most of the letters concern matters relevant to the work of Jacob and his contemporaries and reference is made to many acquaintances prominent in the arts. Included in this group of letters is one item addressed to "Monsieur LugnT Poe," n.d.
Box 10

James, A[maziah] B[ailey] 1812-1883. To L. Bradish, Ogdensburgh [New York]. 1837 April 9 2 p. A.L.S.

Aldine purchase.
Box 283, Folder 9

James, Cyril Lionel Robert, 1901- . The Black Jacobins (Playscript). n.d.

Physical Description: (1 item, 73pp.).

Scope and Content Note

Signed by author, with holograph annotations.
Box 281, Folder 5

James, Edward. Letter and 2 poems. 1960 & n.d.

Physical Description: (3 items, 15pp. [typescript, signed]).

Scope and Content Note

Poem titles: “Voyage...” [copy], and “Nochesita nos Ascerca.”

Additional Note

Purchase: Anancapa Books.
Box 5

James, George Wharton, 1858-1923. Papers. Ca. 1915-1922 7 pieces.

Scope and Content Note

Letters to Mr. Saunders, dated 1915 Oct, 1922 Aug 12, 1922 Aug 22. 1 receipt signed by James, 1921. 2 lists (autograph?). 1 manuscript of article entitled "The Power of love over wild animals and wild men."
Box 29

Jameson, Anna Brownell (Murphy), 1794-1860. Correspondence. 7 items. Holograph.

Box 29

Jefferies, Richard, 1848-1887. Correspondence. 2 items. Holograph.

Scope and Content Note

Another copy. 1 reel 35 mm. negative microfilm.
Box 285, Folder 18

Jeffers, Una. Poem [untitled]. n.d.

Physical Description: (5 lines, 1 item, 1p. [typescript, signed]).

Scope and Content Note

Copy inscribed to McWilliams.

Additional Note

Found in Jeffers' Roan Stallion Tamar and Other Poems.
Box 186

Jemima Claverton. Ink and wash drawings.

Physical Description: (14 items, holograph).

Scope and Content Note

Used to illustrate The Slanderer Punished. Published by John Harris in 1808 (Moon 409).
Box 10

Jenifer D[aniel] 1791-1855. To the Mayor of George Town [D.C.] Washington. 1839 January 4 1 p. A.L.S.

Box 29

Jerrold, Blanchard, 1826-1884. Correspondence. Circa 1858-1883 12 items. Holograph.

Scope and Content Note

With these: 1 letter to Mrs. Jerrold, 1858 March 22. 1 letter to Edward Tinsley, publisher, 1860 August 3. 1 letter to Chapman & Hall, Ltd., 1862 November 16. 1 letter to Sir William Magnay, 1883 April 29.
Box 31

Johnson, Andrew, 1808-1875. To Colonel L. D. Campbell, Nashville, Tennessee. 1862 June 24 1 p. Holograph signed.

Aldine purchase.

Scope and Content Note

Johnson, at the time Civil War Governor of Tennessee, writes in behalf of Peyton Randolph who seeks to locate one of his slaves.
Box 10

Johnson, Jeromus, 1775-1846. To Levi Woodbury, Secretary of the Navy, New York. 1831 Juune 3 1 p. A.L.S.

Aldine purchase.
Box 10

Johnson, R[ichard] M[entor] 1781-1850. To James L. Edwards, Washington. 1837 September 8 1 p. A.L.S.

Aldine purchase.
Box 11

Johnson, Stanley. John Donne and the Virginia Company, n.d. 18 p. Typescript.

Scope and Content Note

Likely original manuscript for published article.
Box 11

Johnson, Stanley. Sir Henry Goodere and Donne's letters. 1946 20 p. Typescript with photostat.

Scope and Content Note

Manuscript of published article.
Box 25

Jones, Henry Festing, 1851-1928. Correspondence. 1925. Three letters in one folder.

Purchase Van Nosdall, 1957.
Box 10

Jones, W[illia]m, 1760-1831. To Richard Cutts [Washington]. 1817 April 10 1 l. A.L.S.

Aldine purchase.
Box 192, Folder 8

Jordan, David Starr. Letters to Sam Glane. 1928 & 1931.

Scope and Content Note

Letter (1928) re peace, anti-war, etc.
[Also], 1 flyer re memorial for Starr, dated 1931.
Box 10

Kane, Elias. Receipt. 1835 January 27 1 l. A.N.S.

Aldine purchase.
Box 191, Folder 1

Kaplan, Joseph. Interview by Christopher Wright. 1960.

Scope and Content Note

re International Geophysical Year.
Box 30

Karl V, Emperor of Germany, 1500-1558. Letter to the Duke del Infantado su primo. Henares. 1521 October 11 1 p. 27.5 x 20.5 cm. Manuscript with holograph signature.

Scope and Content Note

The Emperor acknowledges the services of the Duke with gratitude, and says that compensation will come in the near future. With typescript translation.
Box 283, Folder 13

Kayser, Dr. Stephen, 1900- . Papers. n.d.

Physical Description: (50 items, approximately 120pp.).

Scope and Content Note

Lecture notes, syllabus, miscellaneous related items.
Box 285, Folder 13

Keel, Frederick. 3 letters to Mr. Dawson. 1914 June.

Physical Description: (3 items, 5pp. [holograph]).

Scope and Content Note

On Folk-Song Society letterhead, re membership and book / journal loan.

Additional Note

Found in Keel's Music in the Time of Queen Elizabeth (1914).
Box 10

Keese, Richard, 1794-1883. To Messrs. Greene and Jarvis, Keeseville [New York]. 1828 June 26 2 p. A.L.S.

Aldine purchase.
Box 10

Kempshall, Thomas, circa 1796-1865. To J[ames] K[irke] Paulding, [Washington]. 1841 February 4 1 p. A.L.S.

Aldine purchase.
Box 191, Folder 7

Kennedy, John Fitzgerald. “Kennedy file.” 1960-1963.

Scope and Content Note

Collection of articles (in Chinese), photographs and correspondence re Chinese-Americans and Democratic Party.
Box 31

Kennedy, John Pendleton, 1795-1870. Correspondence. Circa 1850-1870 21 items. Holograph.

Scope and Content Note

J. P. Kennedy was an author and United States Secretary of the Navy. 16 letters dated 1850-1870 to Robert C. Winthrop, Senator from Massachusetts. Some of the letters discuss Edward Everett. With these: 1 letter from Winthrop to C. H. Brainard, regarding Kennedy, 1853 May 7.
Box 20

Kennet, Edward Hilton Young, Baron, 1879-1960. Correspondence to Edward Harry William Meyerstein, London. 1951 May 5 1 pieces, holograph.

Scope and Content Note

Taken from "Verses, a muse at sea."
Box 12

Kent, James, 1763-1847. Correspondence. 1 item. Holograph.

Box 194, Folder 2

Kerkhoff, Louise E. Award presentation. 1931.

Scope and Content Note

Award presentation (in German) of Kaiserin Friedrich-Haus-Medaille on November 6, 1931, in Berlin.

Additional Note

Gift of Sam Katz.
Box 18

Kershaw, Alister. A bibliography of the works of Richard Aldington. Introduction by Richard Aldington. Typescript. London. 1948 59 p.

Scope and Content Note

Together with 9 pieces of correspondence regarding the completion of the bibliography.
Box 18

Kershaw, Alister. Correspondence to Lawrence Clark Powell, typescript. 1948-1949 20 pieces.

Scope and Content Note

Letters refer to Kershaw's work on the bibliography of Richard Aldington.
Box 28

Kimball, Marston Henchman, 1897-1977. Keeping farm soil on the farm; a factual study of the effects of farm practices and feasible farm structures on the retention or loss of soil from farms in southern California during the flood of February 27 - March 4, 1938, Los Angeles. 1938 June 222 l. typescript (possibly a copy). Illustrated maps.

Scope and Content Note

Prepared under the direction of Professor B. Crocheron, Director of Agricultural Extension, University of California, Berkeley, California. The original manuscript is in the Los Angeles County Farm Advisor's Office, Los Angeles.
Box 32

Kinglsey, Martin, 1754-1835. Correspondence. 1811-1821 19 letters.

Scope and Content Note

Chiefly letters to his wife from Washington while serving as a Representative from Massachusetts in the Sixteenth Congress, 1819-1821. The letters describe people and political events in Washington. There is mention of dining with President James Monroe, the Florida Treaty, the Yellowstone Expedition, the Missouri Compromise, the Barron-Decatur duel, and the slavery question.
Box 14

Kluge, Friedrich. Correspondence and clippings removed from the Kluge Library.

Scope and Content Note

Unarranged.
Box 4

Klyce, S. Correspondence and notes. Ca. 1923

Removed from: Klyce, S., Universe.

Scope and Content Note

1 tls dated 1923 June 25. 1 note regarding Klyce's Universe, by C. K. Adams.
Box 29

Knowles, James Sheridan, 1784-1862. Correspondence. 4 items. Holograph.

Box 289, Folder 3

Kodama, Sanahide. Kenneth Rexroth and Classical Japanese Literature. 1978-1979.

Physical Description: (3 items, 57pp. [in Japanese]).

Scope and Content Note

Published, in 3 parts. Part 1 signed.

Additional Note

Gift of Sanahide Kodama Card under K. Rexroth.
Box 7

Kravchenko, Victor. I chose freedom...

Gift: Andy Rolle, May 1952.

Scope and Content Note

16 p. signature of the suppressed Bompiani ed. of I chose freedom [Ho scelto la liberta]. tr. by Henry Furst.
Box 284, Folder 8

Labanoff, Prince Alexander. Letter. 1841 5 December.

Physical Description: (1 item, 1p. [in French]).

Scope and Content Note

re the chronology of Marie Stuart(?).

Additional Note

Found in backlogged Labanoff book.
Box 30

Lancaster, Joseph, 1778-1838. Correspondence, signed, to various persons. 6 items. Holograph.

Scope and Content Note

1 letter to General Robert Goodloe Harper, undated. 1 letter to Baron Jean Guillaume Hyde de Neuville, 1823 May 17.
Box 30

Lancaster, Joseph, 1778-1838. Proposals, for a publication intended to diffuse a correct knowledge of the Lancasterian System, throughout the United States of America... [Washington, D.C.]. Circa 1818 1 leaf. 25 x 19 cm. With holograph additions in ink.

Scope and Content Note

A printed broadside. At the bottom of the page, in the author's hand, is a list of persons subscribing, with the number of copies ordered. Included are Henry Clay, John Quincy Adams, and De Witt Clinton.
Box 16

Landon, Melville De Lancey (Eli Perkins), 1839-1910. To J.M.B., Buffalo, New York. 1888 February 16 2 p. Holograph signed.

Aldine Purchase.

Scope and Content Note

Landon, humorist-journalist, relates the circumstances of the way in which he was named Eli Perkins by Artemus Ward in 1865, and the fact that Josh Billings suggested that he use it as a pen name, in 1868.
Box 12

Landor, Walter Savage, 1775-1864. Correspondence. 3 items. Holograph.

Scope and Content Note

1 letter to lady Blessington, undated.
Box 16

Lane, Henry Smith, 1811-1881. Correspondence to Mr. Theaker, Washington, and to Messrs. Moore, Wilstack, and Baldwin, Crawfordsville, Indiana. 1866 July 18 and October 8 2 letters. Holograph signed.

Aldine Purchase.

Scope and Content Note

Lane, Senator from Indiana, asks an appointment for William H. Baum as messenger in Theaker's Patent Bureau. He acknowledges a copy of Whitelaw Reid's "After the War," and describes the author as a well acquainted with the people and institutions of the South, and the book as as well-written as Reid's wartime articles. Leedom, Richard. To James Gibson, Philadelphia. 1804 July 12 1 p. Holograph signed.
Box 10

Lanman, James, 1769-1870. To Samuel L[ewis] Southard, Secretary of the Navy, Norwich [Connecticut]. 1826 August 1 1 l. A.L.S.

Aldine purchase.
Box 25

Lane, Joseph, 1801-1881. Correspondence. 2 letters in 1 folder.

Box 4

Lawlor, Patrick Anthony, 1893-1979. Writers and the faith. Katherine Mansfield. [n.p. (New Zealand)] Ca. 1945 3 l. 25-1/2 cm. Typescript, signed.

Scope and Content Note

An article, published in The Catholic Review, New Zealand, Vol. I, No. 6, September, 1945, pages, 357-360.
Box 17

Lawrence, Sir Thomas, 1769-1830. Correspondence. 1 item. Holograph.

Box 10

Lay, George W[ashington] 1798-1860. To the Editor of the [Congressional] Globe [Washington]. Circa 1833- 1837

Aldine purchase.
Box 29

Lean, Florence (Marryat) Church), 1837-1899. Correspondence. Circa 1878-1879 19 items. Holograph.

Scope and Content Note

2 letters to William Tinsley, 1878 December 31 and 1879 January 4.
Box 25

LeBaron, Francis. To Major General James Wilkinson. Correspondence. 1 folder.

Box 20

LeConte, Joseph Nisbet, 1870-1950. Early recollections of the mechanical and electrical departments. 1939 April 24 p. Typescript, in one folder.

Gift: Engineering Library, UCLA, 1956.

Scope and Content Note

Contains LeConte's recollections of the founding of the College of Engineering at the University of California at Berkeley. Includes a description of both the physical plant, and of the departmental personnel, circa 1868-1939.
Box 31

Lee, Robert Edward, 1807-1870. To General Braxton Bragg, Headquarters Army of Northern Virginia. 1865 February 18 1 p. Telegram, partially mounted.

Aldine purchase.

Scope and Content Note

Lee telegraphs General Bragg to disregard General Baker's scouts' testimony and strike him by cutting the railroad and collecting all the state troops.
Box 29

Lemon, Mark, 1809-1870. Correspondence. 5 items. Holograph.

Box 190, Folder 3

Lence, Karen V. The quest: book production in Los Angeles, 1890-1910. n.d.

Scope and Content Note

Result of a research project concerning Collection 1600 (Local imprints).
Box 32

Lenox, James, 1800-1880. Correspondence. 1872 October 15 Holograph signed.

Aldine purchase.

Scope and Content Note

Lenox was a philanthropist, bibliophile, and founder of Lenox Library in New York City.
Box 4

Lenox, Robert. To Messrs. Lovell, Potter and Co., N.Y. 1821 Nov 17 Holograph signed.

Aldine Purchase.
Box 27

Lever, Charles James, 1806-1872. Correspondence. 23 items. Holograph.

Box 16

Lewis, David. To W. William Young, Philadelphia. 1817 January 29

Aldine Purchase.

Scope and Content Note

1 p. Holograph signed.
Box 16

Lewis, Laurence. To Garrett D. Wale, Philadelphia. 1829 November 27 1 p. Holograph signed.

Aldine Purchase.
Box 30

Lewis, William David, 1792-1881. To Thaddeus Stevens, Harrisburg, Pennsylvania. 1836 February 29 Holograph signed.

Aldine Purchase.
Box 32

Lewis, William David, 1792-1881. Papers concerning the Louisville and Portland Canal Co., Louisville, Kentucky. 1832-1842 18 items. Manuscript and printed forms.

Aldine purchase.

Scope and Content Note

Reports, circulars, and a letter addressed to Lewis as a stockholder in the Louisville and Portland Canal Co. by Simeon S. Goodwin, Secretary of the company. Included are: a letter, 1834 August 28, concerning stock dividends; the company's annual reports, 1832-1838 and 1842; circulars addressed to the stockholders, 1832-1835 and 1837; and lists of the steamboats navigating the Louisville and Portland Canal, 1833-1837.
Box 12

Linton, Elizabeth (Lynn) 1822-1898. Correspondence. Circa 1868-1892 68 items. Holograph.

Scope and Content Note

1 letter to Thornton Leigh Hunt, undated. 1 letter to Arthur Waugh, undated. 1 letter to Hamilton Aide, undated 3 letters to Lady Monckton, 1886-1888. 3 letters to William Tinsley, 1868-1872. 1 letter to James Hain Friswell, 1874 January 12. 6 letters to William Davenport Adams, 1889-1892.
Box 12

Linton, Elizabeth (Lynn) 1822-1898. Fussy folk. London. 1869 9 leaves. 23.5 by 19 centimeters. Holograph.

Scope and Content Note

An essay, publishing history unknown.
Box 12

Linton, Elizabeth (Lynn) 1822-1898. Literary manuscripts. undated 4 items. Holograph.

Scope and Content Note

Includes: A poem, signed "Silent, supreme, sad...," 1 leaf; An epigram, "The year's ministrelsy," by William Watson, signed by Mrs. Linton, London. 1 leaf; "A counterblast" [incomplete]. 1 leaf; and "George Eliot - novelist" [first and last pages only]. 2 leaves.
Box 12

Linton, William James, 1812-1897. Correspondence. Circa 1860 2 items. Holograph.

Scope and Content Note

2 letters to Thornton Leigh Hunt, 1860 and undated.
Box 177

Lister, T.H. (Thomas Henry), 1800-1842. Fortunes of a modern #x0201C;Crichton”.

Box 31

Livermore, Abiel Abbot, 1811-1892. To Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Johnson, Meadville, Pennsylvania. 1872 February 1 4 pp. Holograph signed.

Aldine purchase.

Scope and Content Note

Livermore, clergyman, writes in response to an invitation to celebrate Horace Greeley's 61st birthday. He describes the similarity between his and Greeley's birth and early life in New Hampshire and of their political opinions. He lauds Greeley for his contributions to the elevation and welfare of the nation. Ludewig, Hermann Ernst, 1809-1856. Correspondence to J. K. Tefft, New York. 1846-1847 3 pieces holograph signed.
Box 9

Livingston family papers. 1754-1817 29 pieces and 1 v. manuscripts and documents.

Aldine Purchase

Scope and Content Note

Commercial and legal papers of the Livingston family, including the import certificates of William A., legal papers of Peter R. and Edward and the journal of Janet (Livingston) Montgomery. Also included: document signed by Capt. William Johnstone, and one signed by Philip Livingston on behalf of William Riley, which are petitions for grants of land in the province of West Florida.
Box 282, Folder 4

Lloyd, Mary E. Letter to Mr. Judd. n.d.

Physical Description: (1 item, 1p.).

Scope and Content Note

re “A Mock Widow's message.”

Additional Note

Found in Lloyd's A Mock Widow.
Box 4

Locker-Lampson, Frederick, 1821-1895. Letters, signed, to various persons. V.p., v.d. Ca. 1868, 1890-1894 12 items. Holograph.

Scope and Content Note

1 letter to Robert Browning, n.d. 2 letters to Coulson Kernahan, May 30, 1891 and January 5, 1894. 1 letter to John Hannah, Oct. 12, 1868, regarding George Cruikshank. 1 letter to Austin Bobson, March 29 [1890]. 2 letters to Locker-Lampson from Kegan Paul, Trench & Co., are laid in english Living Poets, London, Kegan Paul, Trench & Co., 188s: Collection PR 1223 / L76 / 1883. On one of the blank pages of notes of Locker-Lampson answering one of the letters.
Box 7

Logan, J. H. To the Regents of the University of California, Santa Cruz, California. 1882.

Purchased from Zamboni, April, 1952.

Scope and Content Note

Letter concerning his application to the Regents for University Location No. 824, accompanied by document entitled: University Location No. 824. J. H. Logan, applicant. Action had relative thereto, and signed by E. O. F. Hastings, Land Attorney, University of California.
Box 4

London, Jack, 1876-1916. Up the Peking Road. [n.p.] 1904 Feb 26 21 leaves. Holograph manuscript in ink with pencil corrections.

Scope and Content Note

With this: Letter, dated April 18, 1904, signed "Polly," of the San Francisco Examiner, to Miss Jane Sheaff, Los Angeles, presenting her with this Jack London manuscript. Manuscript apparently published by the San Fransisco Examiner.
Box 25

Long, John Davis, 1838-1915. Correspondence. 1 folder.

Box 201, Folder 11

Lopez Family of Valladolid. Legal records. 1550-1597.

Physical Description: (Holgraph, bound on vellum, illuminated frontispiece [in Spanish]).

Scope and Content Note

Documents submitted in a legal case.
Box 201, Folder 2

Los Angeles Chamber of Commerce. Monthly report. 1933-1934.

Additional Note

From Dorothy Wells.
Box 202, Folder 4

Los Angeles, California Board of Harbor Commissioners. Economic survey of the port of Los Angeles, July 15, 1933. 1933.

Physical Description: (Typescript bound).
Box 20

Los Angeles, Electric Automobile Co. Certificate of articles of incorporation of file. 1908 January 25 1 l., printed form filled in and signed, 48 x 52 cm.

Scope and Content Note

Signed by C. F. Curry, Secretary of State of California, with Seal.
Box 8

Los Angeles County, California. Assessment list, County of Los Angeles. 1878 2 pages. Printed form filled in.

Box 197, Folder 6

Los Angeles Music Center. Invitation. 1962.

Scope and Content Note

Dedication of Los Angeles Music Center, October 1962.

Additional Note

Gift of Franklin D. Murphy.
Box 282, Folder 13

Lossing, Brian J. Letter to John A. McAllister. 1875 23 September.

Physical Description: (1 item, 2pp. [holograph]).

Scope and Content Note

re vacation news and requesting future visit by McAllister.
Box 23

Louis XIV, King of France, 1638-1715. Correspondence to the Marquis de Poyonne. Sedan. 1657 August 10 2 p. 35.5x 24.5 cm. Manuscript with holograph signature.

Scope and Content

Oversize. This letter discusses the French seige of Montmedy (then part of Luxembourg) and the subsequent French victory. With typescript translation.
Box 197, Folder 5

Louisiana. Deed. 1799.

Scope and Content Note

Deed in Spanish of land sale east of Province of Louisiana.
Box 12

Lowell, James Russell, 1819-1891. At the commencement dinner, 1866. In acknowledging a toast to the Smith professor. [Cambridge, Massachusetts]. 1866 4 leaves. 25 by 19.5 centimeters. Holograph.

Scope and Content Note

A poem written for a Harvard commencement dinner, 1866; in "Complete Poetical Works," 1902. With this: a holograph letter from Oliver Wendell Holmes to the printer making arrangements for the printing of the poem; and a galley proof of the printed poem. 1 leaf.
Box 12

Lowell, James Russell, 1819-1891. Correspondence regarding Harvard University. Cambridge, Massachusetts. 1864,1876 2 items. Holograph.

Scope and Content Note

Includes correspondence written 1864 December 19 to Thomas Hill, president of Harvard. Also includes correspondence written 1876 March 2 to A. Denham & Co., regarding a copy of Homer to be given to Harvard.
Box 4

Lowndes, Charles. To John Nicholson, Georgetown, MD. 1796 Oct 2 Holograph signed. 2 p.

Aldine Purchase.
Box 9

Lowndes, William Thomas, 1798 ? -1843. Holograph letter, 1 page. no date

Scope and Content Note

In folder, together with two holograph letters by Simon Nowell-Smith to Muirhead on purchase of Lowndes volumes.
Box 16

Luck, Amos. To President [Abraham] Lincoln, Washington. 1861 June 20 2 p. Holograph signed.

Aldine Purchase.

Scope and Content Note

Concerning the appointment of a federal marshall. Luck conveys the recommendation by Governor [Salmon P.] Chase of Ohio of a Mr. French as the best choice for the office.
Box 30

Macdonald, Dwight, 1906-1982. Sweet are the uses of usage. Book review of Modern English usage by H. W. Fowler. New York. 1958 136-154 p. 15 leaves. 29 cm. Extensive holograph corrections and revisions in pencil.

Gift of Philip Durham, 1960 June.

Scope and Content Note

Text extracted from the 1958 May 17 issue of The New Yorker. Mr. Macdonald has taken two copies of his article, revised and corrected it for inclusion in Harbrace College Reader, edited by Mark Schorer, Philip Durham, and Everett L. Jones, Harcourt, Brace & Co., New York, 1959. With this: letter from Dwight Macdonald to Philip Durham discussing the manuscript. New York, 1958 September 15. 1 p.
Box 5

Mackay, Charles, 1814-1889. Signed correspondence. V.p., v.d. ca. 1824-1880 39 items. Holograph

Scope and Content Note

Letter of 1853 Feb 16 is to Charles John Kean, the actor. Letter to Henry Vizetelly, undated. 1 letter to William Bernard MacCabe, 1857 Feb 24. 1 letter to E. F. Rimbault, 1851 March 1. 1 letter to M. F. Tupper, 1867 June 26. 3 Letters to Thomas Purnell, 1878 and 1880. 1 Letter to John Britton, 1849 Oct. 26. 1 letter to Archibald Constable, 1824 May 17. 1 Letter to William Jerdan, 1851 Oct. 11. 1 letter to Charles John Plumptre, 1860 April 20.
Box 6

Mackay, Charles, 1814-1889. Literary manuscripts. v.p., v.d. 1857-1885 4 items. Holograph.

Scope and Content Note

Contents - Returning messengers. New York, Dec. 6, 1857. 1 leaf - The bard's recompense:- dead. n.p., n.d. 1 leaf - Music hall literature. n.p., ca. 1878. 9 leaves - Lost reverence. London, July 11, 1885.
Box 281, Folder 6

MacDonald, J. Fred. Material re Japanese-American recordings. 1982.

Physical Description: (11 items, 8pp. and 9 audio tapes [cassette] in 3 reel-reel boxes).

Scope and Content Note

Letter to Che-Hwei Lin (UCLA), and index [of tape contents].
Box 4

Macfall, Haldane, 1860-1928. Letters, signed, to Holbrook Jackson. London. 1911-1918. 16 items. holograph manuscripts.

Scope and Content Note

These letters cover a variety of subjects.
Box 32

Mackenzie, Compton, Sir, 1883-1972. Carnival. Holograph manuscript in pencil for chapters 21-25 of Carnival. Circa 1912 68 pages. 32 cm. In folder.

Scope and Content Note

Published by Secker, 1912. Approximately 23,000 words.
Box 287, Folder 4

MacIntyre, Carlyle Ferren, 1890-1967. Correspondence and papers. 1937-1957.

Physical Description: (23 items, 23pp.).

Scope and Content Note

8 letters (5 from CM), 1 telegram. 2 poems (1 dated 14 December 1937 from “Kay”). Miscellaneous bills & receipts.

Additional Note

Card under MacIntyre, Carlyle--correspondence & papers.
Box 6

Maclaren-Ross, Julain, d. 1946. [Funny bone, 1956]

Purchase: Rota 1956.

Scope and Content Note

Approximately 160 pages in 2 folders consisting of typescript, holograph pages, clippings of first magazine appearances and galley proofs. Published: Funny bone, Elek books limited, London 1956.
Box 8

Madville, G. W. Correspondence. 1858 September 1

Gift of Henry Clifford, 1953 August 1.

Scope and Content Note

Written as United States Surveyor General for California appointing Hays as his deputy for the final survey of the Rancho Trabuco. Includes copy of diseo for Rancho Trabuco, 1 leaf. Photostat. 2 leaves. L.S. (Photostat)
Box 5

Magee, John. Riding the Wind.

Scope and Content Note

Typescript of poem (autograph: Basil Rathbone?). Short biographical sketch of John Magee.
Box 23

Magidson, Herbert, 1906-1986. The continental. Lyrics by Herb Magidson. Music by Con Conrad. Los Angeles. 1934 8 p. 34.5 x 27 cm. Holograph.

Gift of Herbert Magidson, March, 1950.

Scope and Content Note

Oversize. Written for "The Gay Divorcee," RKO Radio picture, 1934. This song won an Oscar Award.
Box 31

Madison, James, 1751-1836. "To William A. Coffee, under cover to Joseph Monlyneux," Montpellier, Virginia. 1823 September 12 1 p. Note initialed.

Aldine purchase.

Scope and Content Note

Madison acknowledges receipt of a copy of Inside Out, a study of abuses in New York state prisons, and hopes that author Coffee's talents would verify his sentiments, and enable him to provide for his family.
Box 5

Mainwaring, Roland. 1 als. 1889 Dec 21

Removed from: Mainwaring, Rowland. Annal of bath, from the year 1800 to the passing of the municipal act. *DA 690 B3M2
Box 27

Mallarmé, Stéphane, 1842-1898. Postcard, signed, to Revue Blanche. Paris. 1895 March 20 1 p., holograph.

Ex libris: C. K. Ogden.

Scope and Content Note

Mallarmé promises to deliver an article in person.
Box 29

Mallock, William Hurrell, 1849-1923. Correspondence, signed, to various persons. 24 items. Holograph.

Scope and Content Note

1 letter to Sir James Thomas Knowles, 1904 December 9.
Box 23

Marcellino, Eugenio. Composition for band. Turin. 1895 January 18 33 unnumbered pages. Holograph manuscript (music).

Gift of William Grant Still, 1958 January 23.

Scope and Content Note

Oversize. With this: Diploma issued by L'Accademia de Quiriti to Eugenio Marcellino, 1863 January 23.
Box 4

Marquis, Neeta. Correspondence and booklets.

Gift of Miss Marquis via Lindley Bynum, together with some small books of poetry and little magazines.
Box 287, Folder 6

Marquis, Neeta. The Land Grant of the Rubois: A Novel - Manuscript. n.d.

Physical Description: (1 item, 150pp. [typescript carbon] - 2 copies).

Scope and Content Note

In holograph at top: third carbon - 8 chapters only.

Additional Note

Purchase: Arundel.
Box 31

Marr, Janey Hope. To General John G. Roller, Norfolk, Virginia. 1897 July 7 4 pp. Holograph signed.

Aldine purchase.

Scope and Content Note

Mrs. Marr refers to new buildings at her husband's institute, and to her own short stories.
Boxes 284-285

Marryat, Frederick, 1792-1848

Box 285, Folder 11

Manuscript. n.d.

Physical Description: (1 item, 2pp. [holograph]).

Scope and Content Note

A Page from the Author's Snarleyyow.

Additional Note

Purchase: Wilder Books.
Box 284, Folder 3

Letter and etching of author. c. 1829.

Physical Description: (1 item, 2pp. [holograph]).

Scope and Content Note

Letter to publisher of his book Naval Officer.

Additional Note

Purchase: James Burmeister.
Box 10

Marshall, O. H. To Messrs. Gales and Seaton, Buffalo. 1835 November 30 1 l. A.L.S.

Aldine purchase.

Scope and Content Note

With the above: Love, Thomas C[utting] To Messrs. Gales and Seaton [Washington] 1835 December 8. A.N.S.
Box 27

Marston, John Westland, 1819-1890. Correspondence. Circa 1849-1865 14 items. Holograph.

Scope and Content Note

1 letter to George Henry Lewes, 1849 July 28. 1 letter to James Hain Friswell, 1865 June 12.
Box 16

Mason, Jeremiah, 1768-1848. To Albert Gallatin, Georgetown [D.C.]. 1812 August 7 2 pp. Holograph signed.

Aldine Purchase.

Scope and Content Note

Mason, Senator from New Hampshire, writes to the Secretary of the Treasury, recommending Thomas Baker for clerk in the department.
Box 282, Folder 9

Mata Hari, 1876-1917. Jugement rendu par le 3 Conseil de Guerre.. 1917.

Physical Description: (1 item, 4pp. [in French]).

Scope and Content Note

Certified copy of the trial and judgement against Mata Hari for spying.
Box 201, Folder 1

Mathais, Mable. Letter from Marion County, Iowa Public Schools. 1918.

Scope and Content Note

Includes teaching certificate.
Box 19

Mathews, Anne (Jackson), 1782?-1869. Correspondence to Horace Mayhew. 1862 March-July 4 items. Holograph. 4 letters.

Box 25

Matthews, Stanley, 1824-1889. Correspondence. 2 pieces in 1 folder.

Box 5

Maugham, William Somerset, 1874-1965. Correspondence. V.p., v.d. 1923-1927, 1943 10 items. Holograph and typescript.

Scope and Content Note

6 letters to Charles Hanson Towne, 1923-1925. 3 letters to Miss Morse, 1926-1927. 1 letter to Lawrence Clark Powell, 1943 Jan 19.
Box 30

Holy Roman Empire. Sovereigns, etc., 1564-1576 (Maximilian II). Document, signed by Maximilian II. Vienna. 1570 November 8 3 p. 31 x 21.5 cm. Manuscript with holograph signature.

Scope and Content Note

Maximilian writes to the Mayor and the Council of Wumpfen (?) that he has dispatched "Sebaldus von Plarun to deal with you in matters concerning Us." He goes on to "recommend that you not only believe him in all things, but that you also act obediently afterwards." With transcript.
Box 12

Maunder, Samuel, 1785-1849. Correspondence. 1 item. Holograph.

Box 17

Mazzini, Guiseppi, 1805-1872. Correspondence. 1 item. Holograph.

Box 4

Mc Laen, Thomas (?). To Jasper Yeates, Philadelphia. 1795 Aug 8 Holograph signed.

Aldine Purchase.

Scope and Content Note

Concerning financial investments of Yeates, who was Associate Justice of the Supreme Court of Pennsylvania.
Box 8

McCauley, John F., et al. Correspondence.

Purchased from Zeitlin, 1951 September 17.

Scope and Content Note

To J[ohn] Neely Johnson. 3 letters. Request for the pardon of Hiram Durham and statement as to his health.
Box 8

McCoppin, Frank. Correspondence. 1868 May 16 3 pages. A.L.S.

Purchased from Zeitlin, 1951 September 17.

Scope and Content Note

To H[enry] H[untley] Haight, San Francisco, May 16, 1868. Recommending the appointment of a notary public for the city of San Francisco.
Box 5

Maynard, Theodore. Correspondence. 1927, 1928, 1932, 1934

Gift of LCP.

Scope and Content Note

2 tls 1932, 1934. 2 als 1927, 1928.
Box 32

Maxwell, Mary Elizabeth (Braddon), 1837-1915. His good fairy. undated 10 leaves. Holograph.

Scope and Content Note

A short story. Publishing history unknown.
Box 32

Maxwell, Mary Elizabeth (Braddon), 1837-1915. Correspondence, signed. 12 items. Holograph.

Box 32

Maxwell, Mary Elizabeth (Braddon), 1837-1915. "My best story and why I think so." "His oldest friends." London, The Grand Magazine. 1905 7 l. 56 x 17 cm. Galleys with holograph corrections.

Scope and Content Note

The first leaf is stamped, "The Grand Magazine. 6 Jun. 1905. Editorial Department." With this: Memorandum to the Editor of The Grand Magazine, 1905 May 30. Author's note to: "His Oldest Friends, by Miss Braddon." This manuscript statement is in the hand of W. H. S. Maxwell.
Box 32

Maxwell, Mary Elizabeth (Braddon), 1837-1915. Three Times Dead-related materials. 1887-1942 8 pieces in one folder.

Removed from Sadleir Number 335.

Scope and Content Note

Holograph letter from Maxwell, dated 1896 March 31, written from Annesley Bank, Lyndhurst, Hants, to Mr. James Mills, at Beverley, Yorks, concerning proof sheets of Three Times Dead. Holograph letters signed from John Maxwell, publisher, dated 1887 April 19, written from St. James's Magazine, to Charles Empson, publisher, concerning publication rights to Three Times Dead. Holograph letter signed from Charles R. Empson, dated 1896 January 2, written from Hull, to Mr. James Mills of Beverley, asking for help at a time of bereavement. Loose pages from published edition of Three Times Dead: pages 25-32 (from chapters VII and VIII) and pages 57, 58, 63, and 64 (from Chapters I and II). Also includes, 3 clippings and a 1 page holograph discussion of the bibliographical history of this novel.
Box 282, Folder 22

McWilliams, Carey, 1905- . Letters and Trouble at Sequoia [Manuscript]. 1949-1950.

Physical Description: (4 items, 26pp. [typescript carbon] and [holograph & typescript]).

Scope and Content Note

Also, 3 letters to McWilliams, one re censorship.

Additional Note

Card under McWilliams.
Box 193, Folder 1

Medici, Marie de. Expenditures. 1631.

Physical Description: (12 vellum leaves).

Scope and Content Note

Recording daily expenditures of Marie de Medici for September 8-28, 1631.

Additional Note

SEE: card for Vellum.
Box 17

Mendelssohn-Bartholdy, Felix, 1809-1847. Correspondence. 1 item. Holograph.

Box 30

Melanchthon, Philipp, 1497-1560. Correspondence. Germany. undated 2 items. Holograph.

Ex libris: Isaac Foot.

Scope and Content Note

1 letter in Latin to his servant John, Torgau, August 15 (no year). 1 leaf. 1 letter in Latin to "Reverend" (a priest?), undated. 1 leaf.
Box 282, Folder 1

Menken, Adah Isaacs, 1835-1868. Research material re life of Menken.

Physical Description: (Approximately 200pp.).

Scope and Content Note

Actress and poet. Includes information on Angelica Kaufman. Compiler unknown.

Additional Note

From Gifts and Endowments.
Box 16

Meredith, William Morris, 1799-1873. To D.L. Hurgeon, Philadelphia. 1838 September 20 2 p. Holograph signed.

Aldine Purchase.
Box 4

Meridith, William Morris, 1799-1873. To Joseph Watson. 1827 April 21. Holograph signed. 2 p.

Aldine Purchase.

Scope and Content Note

Meridith, then President of the Select Council of Philadelphia, to Watson, then Mayor of that city, recommending Henry M. Read, son of John Read, as Vaccine Physician for the city.
Box 8

Merrell, Benjamin. Correspondence. 1802 July 16 2 pages. A.L.S.

Purchased from Zeitline, 1951 September 17.

Scope and Content Note

To [Rueben Merrell?], Charleston [?].
Box 200, Folder 1

Mexican Labor Movement. A collection of 44 documents: Mexico City, 26 September to 14 December, 1941. n.d.

Physical Description: (Typescript [in Spanish]).
 

Mill, John Stuart, 1806-1873. Correspondence. V.p., v.d. 1868-1869 3 items. Holograph.

Scope and Content Note

1 letter to Hewett Cottrell Watson, 1969 Jan 30. 1 Letter to Lord Vere Henrey Hobart, 1868 Feb 23.
Box 20

Millay, Edna St. Vincent, 1892-1950. 4 poems. To a lady in a position of influence, To S. M., telegram to T. H., the burning bridge. typescript, 2 p.

Gift: Joe Swerling.

Scope and Content Note

At the back of page: "This is the original manuscript of the poem 'To S. M.' submitted by E. St. V. Millay for use in a Few Figs from Thistles. (signed) Frank Shay."
Boxes 284, 287-289

Miller, Henry, 1891-

Box 284, Folder 6

Postcards & letters to Gilbert's Book Shop and Satyr Book Shop.

Physical Description: (20 items, 11pp. [holograph, 1 typescript]).

Scope and Content Note

Ephemera.
re book orders and payments.

Additional Note

Part of Nin and Miller archive from Gilbert's and the Satyr shops.
Box 287, Folder 3

Ephemera (3 items) and list of addresses [holograph]. 1957-1960.

Physical Description: (8 items, 5pp.).

Scope and Content Note

Includes envelope to Mrs. Arthur Knight, dated 5 April (no year).

Additional Note

Purchase: Jeff Weber. Card under Miller, Henry--ephemera.
Box 287, Folder 8

Letters and postcards to Vearl Moody. 1978-1979.

Physical Description: (73 items, 60pp.).

Scope and Content Note

55 letters [holograph] with 29 envelopes, and 18 postcards [holograph].

Additional Note

Purchase: Jeff Weber.
Card under Miller, Henry--correspondence.
Box 288, Folder 2

Henry Miller 84: A Video Portrait (no.1-2), by John Hunt. n.d.

Physical Description: (2 video cassette [VHS], 18 minutes each).

Additional Note

Card under Miller, Henry.
Box 289, Folder 1

Interview transcript. 1975-1976.

Physical Description: (5 items, 52pp. [typescript photocopy] - 2 copies).

Scope and Content Note

Interview by John Hunt, December 1975-May 1976.
1 copy in four sections.
Box 289, Folder 7

Letters and photographs. 1971-1972.

Physical Description: (8 items, 8pp.).

Scope and Content Note

6 letters from Miller to Mr. Evans and Mr. Firestone.

Additional Note

Purchase: Transition Card under H.Miller.
Box 20

Miller, Joaquin, 1837-1913. Papers.

Scope and Content Note

Letter to Dr. Conway, 1873 March 1. Letter to Herman Whitaker, June 18. Letter to Mr. McLaughlin, 1893 March 7. Printed poems entitled "The Dead Millionaire," and "The Fortunate Isles" with corrections by the author in his own handwriting. Photocopy of letter to William Hayes Ward, 1873 January 3. Photocopy of poem on the death of Bret Harte by Miller, 1902.
Box 285, Folder 14

Mills, Barries. 2 letters to Ronald Voigt. 1979-1981.

Physical Description: (2 items, 6pp. [holograph]).

Scope and Content Note

re poerty, music, miscellaneous topics.

Additional Note

Found in Mill's Roughened Roundness (New York: 1976).
Box 31

Mills, Darius Ogden, 1825-1910. To Mister Leech, New York. March 5 2 pp. Holograph signed.

Aldine purchase.

Scope and Content Note

Mills, New York and San Francisco banker, writes to obtain the services of musician Leech for a dinner concert.
Box 283, Folder 5

Mills, Enos A. 4 letters to William E. Colby. 1909-1913.

Physical Description: (4 items, 6pp. [3 holograph, 1 typed]).

Scope and Content Note

re founding of Rocky Mountain (Estes) National Park (Colorado) and Hetch-Hetchy Park (California).
Box 29

Mitford, Mary Russell, 1787-1955. Correspondence, signed, to various persons. Circa 1825-1854 18 items. Holograph.

Scope and Content Note

1 letter to John Ruskin, 1852 October 1. Included is a holograph fragment from "Rienzi," 1841 March 7. 1 letter to Archdeacon Francis Wrangham, 1825 March 9. 1 letter to William Cox Bennett, 1854 August 23. 1 letter to Samuel Carter Hall, 1834 October 24.
Box 12

Molesworth, Mary Louise (Stewart) 1842-1921. Correspondence. 3 items. Holograph.

Box 192, Folder 4

Montgomery, G.V. (U.S. Representative--California). Veteran's Administration land sale. 1986.

Scope and Content Note

Letter to James Mink re sale of VA land.
Box 195, Folder 2

Mooney, Thomas J. Petition of Thomas J. Mooney for a pardon presented to Governor Frank F. Merriam. n.d.

Physical Description: (Typescript, bound).
Box 5

Moore, Charles, H. 1 als. 1890 Apr 5

Removed from: Moore, Charles H., Gothic architecture.
Box 29

Moore, George, 1852-1933. Correspondence. Circa 1911-1931 14 items. Holograph and typescript.

Scope and Content Note

3 letters to Mr. Bourgeois, 1911 July. 2 letters to Edward Fordham Spence, 1915 and 1916. 1 letter to Percy Atkin, 1931 November 24. With this: a letter to O. Atkin from F. H. Swift of Spurr and Swift, booksellers, 1924 September 20. Swift discusses the price of some George Moore books. 1 letter to Gustav Holst, [circa 1930] October 3.
Box 284, Folders 1-2

Moore, T. Sturge

Box 284, Folder 1

10 letters and poem. 1925-1939.

Physical Description: (11 items, 18pp.).

Scope and Content Note

Poem: “Footfalls” [holograph], 16 lines (n.d.).

Additional Note

Gift of the Charles B. Gullans Estate.
Box 284, Folder 2

Tyrfing - Manuscript playscript [unpublished?]. n.d.

Physical Description: (1 item, 34pp. [typescript]).

Scope and Content Note

Typescript with holograph corrections and annotations, with original cover.

Additional Note

Gift of Charles B. Gullans Estate.
Box 30

Morgan, Sydney (Owenson), Lady, 1783?-1859. Correspondence, signed, to various persons. 53 items. Holograph.

Scope and Content Note

3 letters to Anna Maria Hall, undated and 1855. 1 letter to William Charles Macready, undated. 1 letter to Captain Frederick Marryat, 1833 May 15. 1 letter to Lady Catherine Stepney, undated.
Box 29

Morier, James Justinian, 1780?-1849. Correspondence, signed, to various persons. Circa 1818, 1832 9 items. Holograph.

Scope and Content Note

Letter to "My dear Sir," 1832 November 14, refers to Sir Walter Scott. Letter to John Murray, 1818 January 18.
Box 281, Folder 7

Morley, George. Letter to Ernest P. Webb, Esq., (of the Sunday Chronicle). 1901 5 March.

Physical Description: (1 item, 1p. [holograph]).

Additional Note

Found in Morley's In Rustic Livery (1896).
Box 17

Morley, John Morley, viscount, 1839-1923. Correspondence. 5 items. Holograph.

Box 17

Morris, Sir Lewis, 1833-1907. Correspondence. 2 items. Holograph.

Box 25

Morrow, William Chambers, 1853-1923. Correspondence. 1 folder.

Taken from PS 659 S75S Spinners' Book of Fiction.
Box 33

Muir, John, 1838-1914. The Yosemite valley. 1911 July Circa 600 leaves. Typescript (carbon) and holograph.

Purchase: Scribner's bookstore, 1946.

Scope and Content Note

Includes carbon copy of The Yosemite by John Muir (New York, Century Co., 1912), various stages of writing of several chapters, some plates from the book, and a typescript of "The Kings river Yosemite" which did not appear in the book.
Box 17

Mundy, Talbot, 1879-1940. Correspondence. 3 items. Typescript, signed.

Box 20

Munroe, Kirk, 1850-1930. Correspondence, Miami, Florida. November 14? 1 p. Holograph.

Aldine purchase.

Scope and Content Note

On stationary of Biscayne Bay Yacht Club.
Box 5

Murman, Eugene Otto Walter, 1874-1962. Autobiographical sketch, Canoga Park, Calif. 1954 Oct 27 5 l. typescript.

Gift of Eugene O. W. Murman, 1954.
Box 5

Murman, Eugene Otto Walter, 1874-1962. Autobiographical sketch, Canoga Park, Calif. 1942 Apr 27 7 l. typescript signed.

Scope and Content Note

Eugene O. W. Murman, 1942.
Box 282, Folder 3

Murphy, Arthur. Letter to Jim Brown. 1943 20 October.

Physical Description: (1 item, 1p.).

Scope and Content Note

re remarks on Murphy's First Harvest (1943).

Additional Note

Found in Murphy's First Harvest.
Box 19

Murray, Sir Charles Augustus, 1806-1895. Correspondence. Circa 1844 2 items. Holograph.

Scope and Content Note

1 letters to Patrick Fraser Tytler, 1844 November 19.
Box 8

Native Daughters of the Golden West. California Parlor Number 247. Correspondence. 1951 January 10 1 leaf. T.L.S.

Scope and Content Note

To [Lindley Bynum] Los Angeles. Invitation to the presentation of the official photograph of Miss Mary Emily Foy to the Los Angeles Public LIbrary.
Box 5

Needell, Mary Anna. 1 als. 1889 Aug 20

Removed from: Needell, Mary Anna. Stephen Ellicottt's daughter, v.1.
Box 8

Nethersole, Olga. Correspondence. 1908 June 1 1 leaf. T.S.

Purchased from Zeitlin, 1951 September 17.

Scope and Content Note

To James N[orris] Gillette, New York. An appeal in behalf of Percy Pembroke.
Box 33

Newenham, Sir Edward, 1732-1814. Correspondence. 1779-1789 38 letters (photocopy).

Purchased on research grant of Dixon Wecter.

Scope and Content Note

Letters chiefly to Benjamin Franklin concerning support of American Independence in Ireland and England. Newenham was M. P. for Dublin, 1776-1797, and Baron of the Exchequer in Ireland. Originals in American Philosophical Society and the Historical Society of Pennsylvania.
Box 33

Purchased on research grant of Dixon Wector.

Original in the Bancroft Library, University of California, Berkeley.

Scope and Content Note

Letters concerning Newenham's support of the cause of American Independence and reception of same by Congress. Janssens, Victor Eugene August. Vida y adventuras en CaliforniaSanta Barbara, California. 1878 March 30 223 numbered pages. Photostat. Pages 1-8 missing.
Box 7

Newhall (H. M.) & Co., auctioneers, San Francisco. 1 leaf.

Scope and Content Note

[Broadside of opium and rice auction, Oct. 12, 1875, corner of Sansome and Halleck Sts., San Francisco].
Box 196, Folder 2

Nhan, Nguyen Hoai. Vietnam: its future. 1981.

Physical Description: (Holograph, photocopy?).
Box 4

Nicholas, Philip Nosborne, 1773-1849. To Joseph Watson, Richmond. 1826 Dec 8 Holograph signed. 2p.

Aldine Purchase.

Scope and Content Note

Nicholas, President of Farmers bank of VA., acknowledges service of the police under Watson, Mayor of Philadelphia, and a couple who detected counterfeiters.
Box 15

Nichols, Beverley. Correspondence. 1 item. Holograph.

Box 19

Nichols, Robert Malise Bowyer, 1893-1944. Correspondence to Robert Nichols. 1916, 1918 3 items. Manuscript.

Scope and Content Note

1 letter from Walter De La Mare, 1916 October 30. 1 letter from John Galsworthy, 1918 September 6. 1 letter from Edmund Gosse, 1918 August 8.
Box 5

Nichols, William I. (?) 1 autograph.

Removed from: Orioli, G., Adventures of a bookseller. Z340 069A1 1938
Boxes 284, 287

Nin, Anaïs, 1903-1977

Box 287, Folder 5

Un Vie, Une Oeuvre - French radio broadcast relating to Nin. 1991 12 December.

Physical Description: (1 cassette [in French]).

Scope and Content Note

France-Culture radio broadcast on 12 December 1991.

Additional Note

Gift of Noel Riley Fitch.
Card under Nin, Anais--material relating to.
Box 284, Folder 7

4 postcards and 2 letters to Edward Gilbert. 1951-1959.

Physical Description: (12 items, 9pp.).

Scope and Content Note

re selling Nin's books. Includes 6 receipts for purchases, and promo of A Spy in the House of Love.

Additional Note

Part of Nin and Miller archive from Gibert's and the Satyr shops.
Box 287, Folder 2

Letter [typescript, signed] to Miss Eckhard re publishing. ca. 1947.

Physical Description: (1 item, 1p.).

Additional Note

Purchase Jeff Weber.
Card under Nin, Anaïs--correspondence.
Box 188, Folder 3

Nixon, Richard Milhouse. Invitation to inauguration. 1973.

Box 19

Normanby, Constantine Henry Phipps, 1st marquis of, 1797-1863. Correspondence. 5 items. Holograph.

Box 29

Norton, Hon. Mrs. Caroline (Sheridan), 1808-1877. Correspondence, signed, to various persons. 47 items. Holograph.

Scope and Content Note

Letter to Sir Archibald Alison, undated. Letter to William Charles Macready, undated. Letter to Henry Colburn, 1839 October 20. Letter to "Dear Mr. Ayle?," regarding John M. Kemble, undated. 1 letter to Smith, Elder & Co., 1831 November 4. 2 letters to Abraham Hayward, 1844 March 28; circa 1837. 1 letter to Anna Maria Hall, undated. 1 letter to Lady Catherine Stepney, undated. 1 letter to John William Parker, 1858 March 4. 1 letter to Jerrold Douglas, 1846. Another Copy. 1 reel 35 mm negative microfilm. 1 letter to Clarkson Stanfield, 1843.
Box 281, Folder 8

Norton, Lawrence. 13 letters to Oliver Neighbor and printed invitation to Morton's 75th birthday. 1964-1979.

Physical Description: (14 items, 19pp.).

Scope and Content Note

Letters re Igor Stravinsky and California music scene.
Box 32

Nye, Edgar Wilson, 1850-1896. Correspondence. 9 items. Holograph.

Scope and Content Note

Nye was the noted American humorist known as Bill Nye. Another copy. Various items. 1 reel 35mm negative microfilm.
Box 12

O'Casey, Sean, 1880-1964. Correspondence. Circa 1961 6 items. Holograph.

Scope and Content Note

3 letters to Leslie Herbert Daiken, 1961.
Box 192, Folder 20

O'Connell, Daniel. 3 Letters to William Tait. 1832-1835.

Box 19

O'Flaherty, Liam, 1896-1984. Darkness, a tragedy in three acts. London. E. Archer. 1926

Gift: Harry Ruby, 1952 January 7.

Scope and Content Note

1) Typescript draft. 2) Corrected galley proof. 3) Page proofs.
Box 19

O'Flaherty, Liam, 1896-1984. Notebook. Circa 30 pages. Holograph.

Box 187, Folder 4

Office of Scientific Personnel, et al. Source Book, conference on predoctoral education in the U.S. 1969 August.

Box 13

Ogburn, Cal. Fate of Faquita Rivera. undated 299 pages. Typescript, bound.

Purchased: Dawson, 1953 September 16.

Scope and Content Note

Original novel set in Southern California.
Box 31

Ord, Edward Otho Cresap, 1818-1883. To Brigadier General J. B. McPherson, Head Quarters, Corinth, Mississippi. 1862 September 11 1 p. Letter signed.

Aldine purchase.

Scope and Content Note

General Order No. 14 relative to the procedure of detailing troops from one command to another, issued by command of Ord, major general commanding, over the signature of P. Ord, major and assistant adjutant general of volunteers.
Box 16

Owen, Robert Dale, 1800-1877. To the Graphic Co., [New York]. 1874 October 1 1 p. Holograph signed.

Aldine Purchase.

Scope and Content Note

Request for copies of the Graphic and copy of his article in a London paper. Over Owen's holograph is written "Will be published supplement Saturday. D.H."
Box 194, Folder 9

Owens, Elizabeth. Letter to “Dear Brother & Sister.” 1863.

Scope and Content Note

Dated May 17, 1863, post location unknown.

Additional Note

Gift of Fern B. Clapper, August 1955.
Box 285, Folder 17

Pacific Telephone and Telegraph. Station development figures for Mr. Titus [typescript carbon]. 1926 August.

Physical Description: (1 item, 5pp.).

Scope and Content Note

Figures for population and station connections for 1881-1926, with estimates to 1931.
Box 16

Palfrey, John Gorham, 1796-1881. To Reverend D. Pierce, Boston. 1845 May 7 2 p. Holograph signed.

Aldine Purchase.

Scope and Content Note

Information asked by historian Palfrey of the Congregational Charitable Society concerning widows and their residences. List of widows includes the names Goddard, Hathorne, Niles, and Stowe.
Box 8

Palmer, Edward. Description of a journey. circa 1869 9 leaves. A. ms. S.

Pickwick, 1954 February 15.

Scope and Content Note

Description of a journey from Fort Yuma, California to the coast of Lower California, starting from Port Isabella in 1869.
Box 7

Palmer family business papers, 1828-1867. Ca. 80 pieces.

Gift: Ernst V. Sutton, Sept., 1955.

Scope and Content Note

Consisting of the stocks, accounts, property indentures and other agreements of George Palmer and the checks of Everard Palmer, relating to their finances and business in Buffalo and Palmyra, New York.
Box 189, Folder 5

Paramount Unified School District. Emergency School Aid Application. 1973.

Physical Description: (Copy).
Box 29

Pardoe, Julia, 1806-1862. Correspondence, signed, to various persons. 16 items. Holograph.

Scope and Content Note

1 letter to Lady Catherine Stepney, undated. 1 letter to Anna Maria Hall, 1844 July 30.
Box 190, Folder 4

Parker, Irene. Early California. n.d.

Scope and Content Note

Holograph notes.
Box 11

Parker, Sir Gilbert, bart., 1862-1932. Letters, signed, to Mrs. [Alice] Stuart-Wortley [wife of Charles Beiby Stuart-Wortley]. London. 1910 July 21 and 24 2 letters, holograph.

Manuscripts removed from Sir Gilbert Parker, Embers, London, 1908.

Scope and Content Note

With these: holograph card "With Sir Gilbert Parker's compliments," and form letter of 1915 June 11.
Box 16

Patterson, William, 1790-1868. To H[ezekiah] Niles, Baltimore, Maryland. 1833 March 18 1 p. Holograph signed.

Aldine Purchase.

Scope and Content Note

Concerning the threatened cessation of publication of Niles' Register, and the issue of the tariff.
Box 16

Payson, Eliot. To Artimas Hale, Morrisville, [New York]. 1833 March 19 3 p. Holograph signed.

Aldine Purchase.

Scope and Content Note

Concerning the affairs of a schoolteacher, the feelings of local citizens concerning the Tariff of 1833, S.C.'s nullification, and legislature of the state, including temperance and abolition of imprisonment for debt.
Box 29

Peacock, Thomas Love, 1785-1866. Correspondence. 1 folder.

Box 17

Pearlberg, Irving. You can see Catalina, by Irv Pearlberg. Illustrations by Lee Mishkin with an introduction by Fred Beck and O. K. Barnes. The hilarious story of UCLA. [Los Angeles]. 1949 19 leaves. 28 cm. Typescript with corrections.

Scope and Content Note

Published in Los Angeles (?), 1949. Chapter 3 is missing. There are two copies (original and carbon) of Chapter 4. Also includes four of the original illustrations by Mishkin, and three cartoons he did for the UCLA Daily Bruin.
Box 23

Pearlberg, Irving. You can see Catalina, by Irv Pearlberg. Illustrations by Lee Mishkin. 7 items. Original pen and ink drawings. Shelved oversize.

Box 286, Folder 5

Peattie, Donald C. Letter to Harry Zollars. 1934 11 April.

Physical Description: (1 item, 2pp. [holograph]).

Scope and Content Note

re the Wunderkinder in literature.

Additional Note

Purchase: Doris Harris.
Box 17

Pemberton, Sir Max, 1863-1950. Correspondence. 19 items. Holograph.

Box 16

Pennington, Alexander C.M., 1811-1867. To General R.K. Call, Newark, New Jersey. 1840 August 18 2 p. Holograph signed.

Aldine Purchase.

Scope and Content Note

Concerning the Tippecaneo Club and local Whig party meetings of Newark. Letterhead of candidate William Henry Harrison and the Log Cabin-Cider motif.
Box 7

Perkins, Edith (Forbes). 1 als nd.

Removed from the Perkins' letters and journals, 1908-1925.
Box 283, Folder 6

Perles, Alfred. Letters, short biography [1p. typecript] and material re Henry Miller. ca. 1962.

Physical Description: (3 items, 11pp.).

Scope and Content Note

2 letters to “Frank” and reprint of Henry Miller's Banned Books by Perles. Explanitory note from “Frank” on material.
Box 19

Phelps, William Lyon, 1865-1943. Correspondence to Mrs. J. Morris Slemons. 1933-1935 2 items. Holograph.

Box 19

Philips, Francis Charles, 1849-1921. Correspondence. 2 items. Holograph.

Box 15

Phillips, Stephen, 1868-1915. Correspondence. 1 item. Holograph.

Box 283, Folder 1

Phillpotts, Eden, 1862-1960. 29 letters to Maurice Buxton Forman. 1910-1951.

Physical Description: (79+ items, approximately 46pp. [holograph]).

Scope and Content Note

15 without envelopes, 4 envelopes without letters.
Box 283, Folder 2

10 letters [8 holograph, 2 typescript], 14 postcards, 1 X-Mas card. 1924-1945.

Physical Description: (26 items, 11pp.).

Scope and Content Note

Letters to Phillpotts from others (1924-1930), postcards to Forman (1924-1945), card (1938).
Box 8

Pico, Catalina papers. 1887 November 15 1 piece.

Scope and Content Note

Copy of deed granted by Catalina and Romulo Pico to Porter land and Water Company for certain water rights on lands of Rancho Ex-Misi=n de San Fernando.
Box 12

Pickersgill, Henry William, 1782-1875. Correspondence. 1 item. Holograph.

Box 16

Pierson, Job, 1791-1860. Letters to Levi Woodbury, Secretary of the Navy, Washington. and to F[rancis P[reston] Blair, Washington. 1833 January 14 and 1834 December 1

Aldine Purchase.

Scope and Content Note

Inquiry to Woodbury concerning the petition and application on the behalf of George Jones as midshipman. An order to Blair for the Congressional Globe for some New York men.
Box 5

Pinkney, William. Sermon manuscript and other items.

Removed from: Hutton, O. William Pinkney. BX 5995 P65H9

Scope and Content Note

1 manuscript of sermon. 1 tl regarding sermon. 1 clipping regarding sermon. 1 calling card. 1 facsimile Pinkney crest. 1 bookplate (Frank Leslie Pleadwell).
Box 16

Pitkin, Timothy, 1766-1847. To Reverend Dr. Sprague, Utica, New York. 1841 November 11 1 p. Holograph signed.

Aldine Purchase.

Scope and Content Note

Pitkin, former Representative from New York, sends some autographs and papers from Lewis J. Cist.
Box 16

Platt, Jonas, 1769-1834. Correspondence and papers. 1794-1822 6 pieces. Holograph signed.

Aldine Purchase.

Scope and Content Note

Platt, county and state officer, New York, writes concerning naval appointments, court cases, and personal finances.
Box 16

Pleasonton, Augusts James, 1808-1892. To Colonel Reah Frarer, Philadelphia. 1840 June 7 2 p. Holograph signed.

Aldine Purchase.
Box 282, Folder 6

Pollack, Sir Fredrick, 1845-1937. Letter to Thomas (later Sir Thomas) Barclay. 1895 28 March.

Physical Description: (1 item, 3pp.).

Scope and Content Note

re upcoming meeting of the Franco-Scottich Society in Paris.

Additional Note

Gift of Robert Pepper.
Box 17

Pope, Alexander, 1763-1835. Correspondence to E. Dubois. 1830 January 8 1 item. Holograph.

Scope and Content Note

Mentions Charles Mathews.
Box 285, Folder 19

Porreta, Philip P. California's Lost Mission, San Pedro y San Pablo de Bicuner - Manuscript. 1981 17 July.

Physical Description: (1 item, 77pp.).

Scope and Content Note

Typescript, copy, signed.
Box 289, Folders 12, 14-15

Pound, Ezra Loomis, 1885-1972

Box 289, Folder 12

Letter to Auguste Fruge. 1948 13 September.

Physical Description: (1 item, 1p.).

Scope and Content Note

re possible future projects.

Additional Note

Purchase: Doris Harris.
Card under Pound, Ezra.
Box 289, Folder 13

[Pound, Ezra Loomis, 1885-1972]. Letter from Homer L. Pound to Reverend C.C. Bubb. 1918 5 August.

Physical Description: (1 item, 1p. [typescript, signed]).

Scope and Content Note

re publication of an EP manuscript.

Additional Note

Purchase: Doris Harris(?)
Card under Pound, Ezra--correspondence.
Box 289, Folder 14

Correspondence & printed material. 1947-1955.

Physical Description: (38 items, 21pp.).

Scope and Content Note

11 postcards (5 blank), 21 letters & 12 envelopes [holograph and typescript], 4pp. (no.1, 5-8).

Additional Note

Gift of John Berry.
Card under Pound, Ezra--correspondence.
Box 289, Folder 15

Letters. 1933.

Physical Description: (8 items, 8pp.).

Scope and Content Note

6 letters [typescript, 1 signed, 4 initialed only] and one fragment.

Additional Note

Gift of John Berry.
Card under Pound, Ezra--correspondence.
Box 18

Powell, Lawrence Clark, 1906-2001. R. A. in Los Angeles. Los Angeles. 1964 4 leaves. 28 cm. Typescript (carbon).

Scope and Content Note

Publishing in "Richard Aldington: an intimate portrait," edited by Alister Kershaw and Frederic- Jacques Temple, Carbondale and Edwardsville, Southern Illlinois Unversity Press, 1965, pages 106-109. With this, a letter (carbon) dated 1964 April 22 from Powell to Harry T. Moore, sending him this piece on Aldington.
Box 201, Folder 10

Prah, Kwesi K. Johannes Jacobus Eliza Capitein (1717-1747). n.d.

Physical Description: (Typescript, photocopy).
Box 32

Pratt, Zadock, 1790-1871. Correspondence. 1838-1859 6 letters.

Aldine purchase.
Box 32

Prentiss, John Holmes, 1784-1861. Correspondence. 1834-1840 3 letters. Holograph signed.

Aldine purchase.
Box 25

Proctor, Edna Dean, 1829-1923. Correspondence, holograph signed, to Fred W. Hopkins. Peoria, Illinois. 1899 October 31. 1 folder.

Box 10

Proffit, George H., 1807-1847. To various persons. Circa 1841 4 letters. Holograph signed.

Aldine purchase.

Scope and Content Note

Two letters are undated. Includes one letter 1841 March 5 to Abel Parker Upshur, Secretary of the Navy.
Box 288, Folder 5

Puccini, Giacomo, 1858-1924. Letter and picture. n.d.

Physical Description: (2 items, 1p. [holograph, in Italian]).

Scope and Content Note

Letter addressed to Tonino re request for visit. With English translation.

Additional Note

Purchase[?].
Card under Puccini, Giacomo--letters.
Box 16

Putnam, George Haven, 1844-1930. To David Robinson, New York. 1927 February 4 2 p. Typed letter signed.

Aldine Purchase.

Scope and Content Note

Concerning Publisher Putnam's political loyalties as an Anti-slavery Republican, as an opponent of James G. Blaine in 1884, and as a personal friend of Grover Cleveland.
Box 5

Putnam, Herbert, 1861-1955. Letter, signed, to Lawrence Clark Powell. Washington. 1950 June 7 1 p.

Scope and Content Note

Herbert Putnam was a former Librarian of Congress.
Box 19

Quimby, John. History of San Diego County. 1948 1 folder. Typescript.

Box 25

Rackham, Arthur, 1867-1939. Correspondence and bibliography. 1 folder.

Gift: Pickwick Bookshop.
Box 16

Ramsay, Thomas. To Henry O'Reilly. 1831 February 19 3 p. Holograph signed.

Aldine Purchase.

Scope and Content Note

Concerning political machinations and spoils among the Jacksonians in Albany, New York. There is mention of Edwin Croswell and William L. Marcy, members of the "Albany Regency "which dominated the state in the 1830s.
Box 16

Randall, Samuel Jackson, 1828-1890. Correspondence. 1884-1889 3 letters and envelopes. Holograph signed.

Aldine Purchase.

Scope and Content Note

A letter to Walker H. French, Berwyn, Pennsylvania, 1884 November 13, expressing rejoicing over the election of Grover Cleveland and asserting that Randall has no thought of obtaining appointment by Cleveland. A letter to Mrs. Flora G. Moulton, Washington, 1884 April 18 and a letter to Mr. John Burt, Philadelphia, 1889 August 3, both of which are responses for autographs by Randall, Speaker of the House.
Box 282, Folder 14

Randolph, Theodore Fritz, 1826-1883. Letter to D.P. Child, Esq. 1877 1 December.

Physical Description: (1 item, 1p. [holograph]).

Scope and Content Note

In holograph at top: Senate Chamber. Reply to request for autograph.
Box 5

Ranee of Sarawak. 1 tls to Cameron Rogers. 1937 Dec 7

Box 19

Reach, Angus Bethune, 1821-1856. Correspondence. 4 items. Holograph.

Scope and Content Note

Another copy. 1 reel 35 mm negative microfilm #04236. 1 letter to George Cruikshank, undated. Cruikshank's notes appear on the reverse of the letter.
Box 25

Read, Opie Percival, 1852-1939. Correspondence. 1886, 1895, 1896 3 items. Holograph.

Scope and Content Note

2 letters to "My dear George," 1895 September 16 and 1896 February 24. 1 letter or draft to "My dear Sir," 1886 October 28.
Box 35

Reed, Isaac, 1742-1807. Diaries and notebooks. 1762-1807 5 folders containing circa 350 leaves.

Research Grant Funds: Dr. Claude Jones, editor of "Isaac Reed Diaries - 1762-1804," published: Berkeley, University of California, 1946.

Scope and Content Note

Negative photocopies of 25 volumes of diaries kept by the 18th century English drama editor, journalist, and solicitor of Staple Inn. Reed writes briefly of his daily occupations: dining out, tea, church, and almost nightly visits to the theatre, in London and out. Titles of plays are noted, together with names of men connected with the performances.
Box 27

Reeves, Mrs. Helen Buckingham (Mathers), 1853-1920. Correspondence. 19 items. Holograph.

Scope and Content Note

Mrs. Reeves wrote under the name "Helen Mathers."
Box 284, Folder 16

Calling card of Elisbeth Reichelt, nee Albrecht, pictures and 2 newspaper articles. 1960

Physical Description: (5 items, 2pp.).

Scope and Content Note

Articles re Christmas cards and Stammbuchen [German and English].
Box 30

Reid, Mayne, 1818-1883. The naturalist in Siluria. Preface. Circa 1880 5 leaves. 33. 5 cm. Holograph manuscript.

Scope and Content Note

"The naturalist in Siluria" was first published by Sonnenscheim & Co., London, 1889.
Box 25

Reid, Whitelaw, 1837-1912. Correspondence. 1 folder.

Box 281, Folder 9

Renouard, Antoine Augustin, 1765-1853. Letter to M. le Chevalier Mortara. 1827 7 March.

Physical Description: (1 item, 2pp. [holograph, signed]).

Scope and Content Note

Renouard's seal still attached.

Additional Note

Purchased: E.K. Schreiber.
Box 281, Folder 9

Renouard, Ant. Aug. (Antoine Augustin), 1765-1853. Autograph letter. Paris. 7 March 1827.

Physical Description: (Signed, 2pp., with integral address, 204 × 104mm. - with Renouard's monogrammed seal).

Scope and Content Note

Renouard addresses the letter to M. le Chevalier Mortara, at the Hotel Meurice, thanking him for having filled a lacuna in his Aldine collection.
Box 10

Reston, John, To Hezekiah Niles, Baltimore. 1829 March 28 1 p. Holograph signed.

Aldine purchase.
Box 192, Folder 1

Revoil, Georges. Mission G. Revoil, 1880-81. n.d.

Physical Description: (Notebook, bound).

Scope and Content Note

On Somalis tribe in East Africa.
Boxes 193, 286, 289

Rexroth, Kenneth, 1905-

Box 193, Folder 9

“Floating” - poem in American Poetry Review. 1982.

Physical Description: (1 item, p.48).

Additional Note

Gift of New Directions.
Card under Rexroth, Kenneth.
Box 286, Folder 4

3 letters and postcard to Jake Zeitlin. 1931-1948.

Physical Description: (4 items, 3pp. [holograph]).

Scope and Content Note

2 letters and postcard from KR (1948), one from Audree Rexroth (1931).

Additional Note

Purchase: Jeff Weber Card also under Zeitlin, Jake--letters from KR.
Box 289, Folder 4

Journal - Plein Chant (no.24). 1985.

Physical Description: (1 item [in French]).

Scope and Content Note

Entire issue devoted to Kenneth Rexroth.

Additional Note

Card under K. Rexroth.
Box 31

Rhey, John. Correspondence. Harrisburgh, Pennsylvania. 1852 January 11 3 pp. Holograph signed.

Aldine purchase.

Scope and Content Note

Rhey, nominated Speaker of the State Assembly, writes of that event and of his family, the approaching reception for Louis Kossuth, and the incoming and outgoing governors of the state.
Box 5

Richardson, Sir Benjamin Ward. 1 als. 1888

Removed from: Ricahrson, Sir B. W., The son of a star. PR 5226 Rs
Box 16

Richardson, William Adams, 1821-1896. To Captain John Farmer, Washington. 1874 March 14 1 p. letter signed.

Aldine Purchase.

Scope and Content Note

Concerning payment on claim of Widow of Chief Engineer Walter Scott of Revenue Marine Service by Richardson, Secretary of the Treasury.
Box 25

Rideout, Henry Milner, 1877-1927. Correspondence to Herman Whitaker, Saint Andrews, New Brunsick, Canada. 1909 September 4 1 folder.

Taken from PS659 S75S Spinners' Book of Fiction.
Box 287, Folder 7

Rimbaud, Arthur, 1854-1891. A Season in Hell. n.d.

Physical Description: (34 items, 70pp.).

Scope and Content Note

Pencil mock-up, proofs galleys, notes, outline, circular, greeting card, paper sample.

Additional Note

Purchase: Minkoff.
Box 5

Rinehart, Stanley Marshall, 1897-1969. Telegram to Pat Hunt's Book Shop, Hollywood, California. New York. 1933, May 11 1 item.

Removed from Brinig's The Flutter of an Eyelid, collection PS 3503/ B769f.
Box 5

Rinehart, of the publishing firm of Farrar & Rinehart, telegrams that Myron Brinig's The Flutter of an Eyelid (New York, Farrar & Rinehart, c1933) is being withdrawn, and to remove all copies.

Box 5

Ripert, Emile. 1 als 1920

Removed from Ripert, Emile. Renaissance provencale.
Box 31

Ripley, ? To General Gideon Johnson Pillow, Nashville [?]. 1849 March 8 3 pp. Holograph signed.

Aldine purchase.

Scope and Content Note

A discussion of local Nashville and Tennessee politics with personal references to Pillow's family and friends.
Box 31

Ripley, George, 1802-1880. To Benson J. Lossing, New York. 1864 August 15 2 pp. Holograph signed.

Aldine Purchase.

Scope and Content Note

Reformer and scholar Ripley writes from his office with the New York Tribune to inquire of historian Lossing about a position at Vassar for a military surgeon friend.
Box 10

Rittenhouse, David, 1732-1796. Letter to Thomas Wharton and one other piece. Circa 1777 March 19 2 pieces.

Aldine purchase.

Scope and Content Note

Letter to Wharton, Governor of Pennsylvania, 1777-1778, from Rittenhouse, State Treasurer, concerning draft of funds by State House of Assembly.
Box 10

Robb, John, To Samuel Smith, Washington. 1833 July 19 2 p. Holograph signed.

Aldine purchase.

Scope and Content Note

Concerning the dismissal of Smith's nephew G.C.Stiles from a post in the federal government.
Box 10

Robbins, Asher, 1757-1845. To [Samuel Lewis] Southard, Newport, Rhode Island. 1827 May 12 2 p. Holograph signed.

Aldine purchase.

Scope and Content Note

Requesting an appointment by Southard, Secretary of the Navy, for the son of Lt. William Taylor, as midshipman.
Box 17

Robeson, Paul, 1898-1976. Correspondence to Dorothy La Pelle. undated. 1 item. Holograph. With envelope.

Box 12

Robins, Elizabeth, 1862-1952. Correspondence. 1 item. Holograph.

Box 10

Robinson, Orville, 1801-1882. To L[uther] Bradish, [Albany]. 1837 April 21 1 p. holograph signed.

Aldine purchase.

Scope and Content Note

Concerning stock investments involving John Jacob Astor.
Box 17

Robinson, Sir John Richard, 1828-1903. Correspondence. 1 item. Holograph.

Box 282, Folder 16

Rochefort, H[enri?]. Letter to Mon Cher Leon. n.d.

Physical Description: (1 item, 1p. [holograph, in French]).

Scope and Content Note

Writing indecipherable.
Box 10

Rockefeller, John Davison, 1839-1937. Letters to Charles L. Colby. 1884 February 13 and 21 2 letters. Holograph signed.

Aldine purchase.

Scope and Content Note

Concerning investments by both men in the Wisconsin Central Railroad, of which Colby was President.
Box 288, Folder 4

Rodin, Auguste, 1840-1917. Letter to Mister Vacquerie. 1889 16 October.

Physical Description: (1 item, 1p. [holograph, in French]).

Scope and Content Note

Letter of introduction for M. Loizeau, artist friend of Victor Hugo. With English translation.

Additional Note

Purchase(?).
Card under Rodin, Auguste--letters.
Box 10

Rodman, Gilbert, To J. W. Reckless (?), Washington. 1833 November 4 2 p. Holograph signed.

Aldine purchase.

Scope and Content Note

Concerning U.S. internal revenue law relative to the transportation of merchandise through Perth Amboy, Middlesex County, New Jersey.
Box 17

Rogerson, Monsignor J. S. Some account of the later moments of the Reverend Frank Mahony ("Father Prout") written by his friend, the priest who attended him. 1877 April 23 1 p. l., 14 leaves. 17.5 x 22.5 cm. Holograph.

Scope and Content Note

An account of the last days of Francis Sylvester Mahony (1804-1866). Not known if published.
Box 7

Rolle, Andrew F. Riviera path...

Scope and Content Note

For complete description, see this entry in relative index.
Box 29

Romer, Isabella F. Correspondence. 3 items.

Box 33

Rolle, Andrew F. An American in California. undated Circa 250 pages typescript and proof copies.

Scope and Content Note

180 pages, numbered, and circa 25 pages, unnumbered, typescript with holograph corrections. Together with corrected first proof copy, circa 55 pages. Published by the Huntington Library.
Box 10

Roosevelt family. Correspondence and documents relating to the Roosevelt family. 1786-1846 12 pieces.

Aldine purchase.

Scope and Content Note

Includes letters of and documents relating to James Isaac Roosevelt, between 1799 and 1842.
Box 19

Rossetti, Dante Gabriel, 1828-1882. Signed correspondence. Circa 1864-1870 3 items. Holograph.

Scope and Content Note

Letter to "My dear Gamburt," 1864 May 3. Letter to "Dear Inchbold," 1870? Thursday. Letter to "My dear Sir," 1869 November 15.+
Box 289, Folder 6

Rothenstein, William, 1872-1945. Manuscript. n.d.

Physical Description: (4 items, 52pp. [holograph and typescript]).

Scope and Content Note

For chapter in A.E. Lawrence's T.E. Lawrence by His Friends. Comprises pp.287-293 (1937 edition).

Additional Note

Gift of Majl Ewing, part purchase.
Box 17

Routledge, firm, publishers, London. Correspondence. 1915 June 23 1 item. Typescript.

Scope and Content Note

1 letter to J. Gilmer signed by Laurie Magnus, Director of George Routledge and Sons, Ltd., 1902- 1933.
Box 12

Russell, Bertrand, 3rd Earl Russell, 1872-1970. [Some prospects: cheerful and otherwise]. Circa 1928 22 leaves. 25.5 centimeters. Holograph.

Ex libris: W. O. Schneider.

Scope and Content Note

An essay, titled "The Future." Published in "Sceptical Essays," W. W. Norton, New York, circa 1928, Number XVII, pages 238-256. Another copy: 1 reel 35mm negative microfilm.
Box 12

Russell, Bertrand, 3rd Earl Russell, 1872-1970. What I believe. 1925 January 1 3 p.l., 70 leaves. 22.5 centimeters. Holograph.

Ex libris: W. O. Schneider.

Scope and Content Note

First published by Kegan Paul, Trench, Trubner & Co., London, 1925, in its series, "Today and Tomorrow." Another copy: 1 reel 35mm negative microfilm.
Box 16

Russell, David Abel, 1780-1861. To Herman A. Sheldon, Washington D.C. 1840 March 20 1 p. Holograph signed.

Aldine Purchase.

Scope and Content Note

Russell, Representative from New York, sends his autograph.
Box 288, Folder 9

Ruthven, Madeleine. 7 poems. n.d.

Physical Description: (8 items, 38pp. [typescript, photocopy]).

Scope and Content Note

Includes short introduction Sondelius Came to the Mountains, by Herbert Klein.

Additional Note

Gift of Jake Zeitlin.
Box 6

Todd Ruthven, 1914-1978. Ten poems. [Edinburgh, T. & A. Constable, Ltd., at the University Press] 1940. 1940 [16] p. 17 cm.

Scope and Content Note

Edition limited to 150 copies, of which this is Number 44. With this is bound: Holograph manuscript of Ten Poems, plus 2 additional poems, In Edinburgh, June 1940 and During an air-raid. Presentation copy to Peter Watson, Edinburgh, July 24, 1940. Bound in marbled wrappers.
Box 5

Sackville-West, Hon. Victoria Mary (Vita), 1892-1962. Correspondence. V.P., V.D. 1931 May 6 1 item. Typescript, signed.

Scope and Content Note

1 postcard to Mssrs. Wm. Jackson, Ltd.
Box 5

Sansom, George B. 1 als. 1942

Removed from book.
Box 32

Saltonstall, Leverett, 1781-1845. To Abel Parker Upshur, the Secretary of the Navy, Washington. 1843 July 13 2 p. Holograph signed.

Aldine purchase.
Box 15

Saunders, Mira C. Correspondence. 1 folder.

Box 197, Folder 2

Schnitzer, Ewald. Correspondence with various persons. 1965-1966.

Scope and Content Note

re documentary on Emin Pasha.
Box 16

Schurz, Carl, 1829-1906. To Franklin Hough, Washington. 1877 October 27

Aldine Purchase.

Scope and Content Note

Schurz, then Secretary of the Interior, acknowledges letter of Hough.
Box 32

Semmes, Benedict J. To Hezikiah Niles, Piscatway, Maryland. 1830 June 26 3 p. Holograph signed.

Aldine purchase.

Scope and Content Note

Concerning Henry Clay and the election of 1830.
Box 23

Schoenberg, Arnold, 1874-1951. Mailied. Score. 1899 August 8 2.25 page holograph score in ink. In folder.

Purchase Anna Wetter.

Scope and Content Note

Oversize. Text by Goethe "Zwischen Weizen und Korn." At end of manuscript, holograph signature in pencil: "Arnold Schnberg Jugendwerk."
Box 16

Scofield, Glenni William, 1817-1891. To Sayen Wood, Warren, Pennsylvania. 1869

January 19 1 p. Holograph signed.

Scope and Content Note

Aldine Purchase.
Box 19

Scott, Sir Walter, Baronet, 1771-1832. Correspondence. 1823, circa 1827 6 items. Holograph.

Scope and Content Note

1 letter to John Leycester Adolphus, 1823 July 28. 1 letter to William Taylor, April 23, circa 1827. Dictated.
Box 30

Sergeant, John, 1779-1852. Correspondence and documents. 1819-1842 4 pieces.

Aldine Purchase.

Scope and Content Note

Includes resolves by the Board of Directors of the Bank of the United States, of which Sergeant was chairman, responding to investigating committee of the United States House of Representatives, 1834 May 8.
Box 10

Segar, Joseph, 1804-1885. To Vespucian Ellis, Washington. 1838 June 24 2 p. Holograph signed.

Box 187, Folder 2

Seldon, John. [Law article]. n.d.

Physical Description: (Holograph).

Scope and Content Note

Entitled: The original of “Sect. Jurisd. Testam.”
Box 194, Folder 12

Severoli, Leopoldo. Travel log. Hungary. April-December 1809.

Box 25

Seward, Frederick William, 1830-1915. Correspondence. 2 letters in 1 folder.

Box 32

Shaw, Lemuel, 1781-1861. To Timothy Boutelle, Boston. 1832 June 30 3 p. Holograph signed.

Aldine purchase.
Box 199, Folder 10

Shanewise, Lenore. Letters to Lemore Shanewise. 1924-1957.

Physical Description: (Photocopies).

Scope and Content Note

Includes telegrams (photocopies).
Box 282, Folder 19

Shaw, Peter (Physician), 1694-1763. Notes of Shaw's chemistry lecture. 1740 15 January.

Physical Description: (1 item, 25pp. [holograph]).

Scope and Content Note

Notes apparently taken by student.
Cover title: “Dr. Shaw's Lecture in Chemistry 15 of January 1740.”
Box 17

Shee, Sir Martin Archer, 1769-1850. Correspondence. circa 1830 2 items. Holograph.

Scope and Content Note

1 letter to Daniel Egerton, 1830 March 8. Sidmouth, Henry Addington, 1st viscount, 1757-1844. Correspondence to Allan Cunningham. 1834 January 21 1 item. Holograph.
Box 10

Shock, Samuel. Letter, Harrisburg to Editor of the Presbyterian. 1835 December 5 1 p. 14 centimeters. Printed form and holograph signed.

Aldine purchase.
Box 10

Sibley, M[ark] H[opkins] 1796-1852. Letter, Washington to unknown. 1837 December 13 3 p. 25 centimeters holograph.

Aldine purchase.

Scope and Content Note

Endorsement: M. H. Sibley, 1837 December 18, regarding Hotly for Clerk of Assembly.
Box 12

Silliman, Benjamin, 1816-1885. Correspondence. 1831 and 1841 2 items. Holograph.

Scope and Content Note

1 letter to Dr. John Torrey, 1831 April 29. 1 letter to John Apthorp Vaughan, 1841 December 18.
Box 26

Simmel, Ernst. Correspondence, Berlin and others. 1914-1916, 1929-1931 Circa 650 pieces, in folders.

Gift: Jack Reynold.

Scope and Content Note

Family letters covering the period of World War I, 1914-1916. The second group of letters, 1929- 1931, Berlin, relates to the financing of a clinic for psychopathic patients. The clinic was under the supervision of Dr. Sigmund Freud, Anna Freud, and Princess Marie Bonaparte. For detailed list of correspondents consult Collections file.
Box 5

Simms, Rupert. 2 als. 1890, 1893

Removed from: Simms, Rupert. Bibliotecha Staffordiensis no. 207.

Scope and Content Note

List of subscribers to Bibliotecha Staffordiensis, Rupert Simms, comp. 1 printed letter regarding Simms.
Box 20

Simms, William Gilmore, 1806-1870. Correspondence. Circa 1845-1846 3 items. Manuscript.

Scope and Content Note

1 letter from Simms. Undated, incomplete. 1 letter to Simms from Cornelius Mathews. New York, 1846 October 9. 1 letter to Simms from Richard Spadon. Charleston, South Carolina, 1845 May 9.
Box 194, Folder 3

Simon, O. Letter to S.P. Bancroft. 1936.

Scope and Content Note

re “Something to Think About” (1931).
Box 25

Simon, AndrT Louis, 1877-1970. Correspondence and photograph. In one folder.

Scope and Content Note

Includes: letters concerning recording disc of Simon's "This vintage year in France [1950?]" together with a photograph of Simon, and 4 examples of his bookplates.
Box 289, Folder 2

Simone, Edgardo. Footprints - sheet music. n.d.

Physical Description: (1 item, 22pp.).

Scope and Content Note

Chinese poems set to music. Translations by Kenneth Rexroth.

Additional Note

Gift of Edgardo Simone.
Card under K. Rexroth.
Box 4

Simons, James. To Col. Richard Hambton. 1790 Oct. 9 Holograph signed.

Aldine Purchase.
Box 15

Sinclair, William MacDonald, 1850-1917. Correspondence. 1 folder.

Box 288, Folder 7

Sinclair, Upton, 1878-1978. Manuscript. n.d.

Physical Description: (1 item, 1p. [typescript]).

Scope and Content Note

1 leaf, marked as p.15.
Note in holograph: Sinclair's article on Jack London(?).
Box 4

Sitwell, Edith, 1887-1964. Letters, signed, to various persons. V.p., v.d. 1 item.

Box 9

Skinner, J[ohn] S[tuart] 1788-1851. To Ralph Earle, Baltimore. [1835] July 17

Aldine Purchase.

Scope and Content Note

Letter concerning Andrew Jackson and John Henry Eaton.
Box 194, Folders 10-11

Smith, John L. and Aletha Smith

Box 194, Folder 11

Documents. 1912-1938.

Scope and Content Note

Various stock & bond certificates, and correspondence re financial dealings.

Additional Note

Gift of Ed Cray.
Box 194, Folder 10

Documents. 1911-1938.

Scope and Content Note

Various stock and bond certificates, title insurance papers, etc.

Additional Note

Gift of Ed Clay.
Box 27

Smedley, Mrs. Mary (Hume). Correspondence, signed to Robert Baldwin. Dulwich. Circa 1835-1837 7 items.

Scope and Content Note

Mary Smedley was the wife of Edward Smedley, 1788-1836. Robert Baldwin was Edward Smedley's publisher.
Box 29

Smiles, Samuel, 1812-1904. Correspondence. 2 items.

Heise purchase: cat. 204. 1952 September 5
Box 35

Smollett, Tobias George, 1721-1771. Correspondence. 8 pieces on 12 leaves. Photocopies (negative). In folder.

Research Grant Funds.
Box 30

Smith, Jonathan, Letters to George Duffield, Boston, and to Jasper Yeates. 1803 April 15 and 1817 March 13 2 letters. Holograph signed.

Aldine Purchase.
Box 198, Folder 3

Snick, Morris. Diary. 1861-1862.

Physical Description: (Holograph).

Scope and Content Note

Extracts from own diary for 1861-1862, copied in 1886 by author.

Additional Note

Gift of Hazel Newell.
Box 5

Spaulding, John T. Correspondence. Ca. 1913

Removed from: Spaulding, John Tricks. Bibiographical account

Scope and Content Note

1 als 1913 Dec 3. 1 greeting card signed.
Box 25

Southard, Daniel D. Correspondence. 1 folder.

Box 17

Southey, Robert, 1774-1843. Correspondence. 2 items. Holograph.

Box 16

Spinner, Francis Elias, 1802-1890. Correspondence to E. Bartow, Washington, to Leslie Smith, Washington, and one fragment autographed. 1857 January 20 and 1865 June 29 3 pieces.

Aldine Purchase.
Box 284, Folder 11

Spinoza, Benedictus de, 1632-1677. 2 letters and articles. 1930-1940.

Physical Description: (5 items, 5pp. [holograph]).

Scope and Content Note

All re Spinoza. Articles from the Times (London).

Additional Note

Found in The Chief Works of Benedict de Spinoza (London: 1891).
Box 16

Sprague, William, 1830-1915. Correspondence to John R. Zimlett, Providence, Rhode Island and to A.A. Pest, Washington. 1864 January 2 and 1869 March 17 2 letters. Holograph signed.

Aldine Purchase.

Scope and Content Note

Sprague, Senator from Rhode Island, 1863-1875, requests of Zimlett a copy of the enabling act, passed by the state legislature in relation to the National Bank and forwards a note to Pest.
Boxes 188, 191

Sproul, Robert and Ida

Box 191, Folder 6

Correspondence with F.S. Klingberg. 1936 & 1979.

Box 188, Folder 9

Correspondence with Flora M. Scott. n.d.

Additional Note

Gift of Flora M. Scott.
Box 188, Folder 10

Newspaper articles. n.d.

Additional Note

Gift of Flora M. Scott.
Box 286, Folder 7

St. Aubin, Cecil. Borrego Springs earthquake. 1968.

Physical Description: (1 reel-to-reel audio tape).
Box 17

Stael-Holstein, Anne Louise Germain (Necker), baronne de, 1766-1817. Correspondence. 1 item. Holograph.

Box 25

Stanton, Elizabeth Cady, 1815-1902. Correspondence. 1 folder.

Box 5

Starrett, Vincent. 1 als. 1918 May 28

Removed from: Savage, Philip Henry. First poems and fragments.
Box 199, Folder 12

State Board of Landscape Architects, California. Minutes. 1953-1961.

Scope and Content Note

Reports for: 1953-1954, 1955, 1956, 1957, 1958-1961.
Boxes 191, 284

Stein, Gertrude, 1874-1946

Box 191, Folder 9

Photographs. n.d.

Scope and Content Note

Photographs of a family reunion at Billingin, France.

Additional Note

Gift of Robert Bartlett Haas.
Box 284, Folder 9

Contract to produce Yes is for a Very Young Man. 1949 18 April.

Physical Description: (1 item, 2pp. [original typescript]).

Scope and Content Note

Signed by Carl Van Vechten for the Stein Estate.

Additional Note

Purchase: Houle Gallery and Bookshop.
Box 286, Folder 3

Steinbeck, John, 1902-1968. Correspondence with Jake Zeitlin. 1936.

Physical Description: (7 items, 3pp.).

Scope and Content Note

Telegram from JZ re speaking engagement, and JS's reply [postcard, telegram and holograph letter].

Additional Note

Purchase: Jeff Weber.
Card also under Zeitlin, Jake--correspondence w/JS.
Box 286, Folder 3

Steinbeck, John, 1902-1968. Autograph letter. Los Gatos. 1936.

Box 288, Folder 3

Sterling, George. Interview of Herbert Herren (sp?) by Willard Haughland. n.d.

Physical Description: (1 reel-to-reel tape - Speed varies).

Additional Note

See note in folder.
Box 16

Stevens, Thaddeus, 1792-1868. Unaddressed, undated note. 1 p. Holograph signed.

Aldine Purchase.

Scope and Content Note

"Allow Mr. Painter to see the proof of my speech."
Box 200, Folder 6

Stewart, Frank Mann. Correspondence with various persons. 1933-1961.

Scope and Content Note

Includes invitations, UCLA events, and photographs.
Box 29

Story, William Wetmore, 1819-1895. Correspondence. 1 piece.

Heise purchase: cat. 196.
Box 8

Stout, Alfred H. Correspondence. 1850 October 12 2 pages. A.L.S.

Purchased from Zeitlin, 1951 September 17.

Scope and Content Note

To Peter H[ardeman] Burnett, Rio Chico, Butte County, California. Requesting to be appointed to the post of "Collector of Foreign Taxes" for his district.
Box 5

Stoutenburg, Thomas D.W. 1 als. 1850 Dec 18

Gift of Mr. Jesse Merritt.
Box 6

Stretton, Hesba, 1832-1911. Letters, signed, to various persons. v.p., v.d. 16 items. Holograph.

Scope and Content Note

"Hesba Stretton" was the pseudonym of Sarah Smith.
Box 29

Strutt, Joseph, 1749-1802. Correspondence. 1 piece.

Box 189, Folder 2

Stuart, Eldridge Amos. Memoirs of Amos Eldridge Stuart (dictated 1939-1943). n.d.

Physical Description: (Typescript).

Additional Note

Gift of J. Weaver.
Box 7

Summers, Montague, 1880-1948. Correspondence, holograph signed, to [Havelock] Ellis. 9 from 43 Broad St., Oxford, 1931 - 1932, 1928. 10 pieces.

Scope and Content Note

9 letters from 43 Broad St., Oxford, 1931 Aug 13 - 1932 Feb 29. 1 letter from Richmond, Surrey, 1928 Apr 30. Discussing Thomas James Wise's antagonism at not receiving an advance copy of his Dryden research work he did on Charley Wag, attributing authorship to George Augustus Sala; and other bibliographic matters. Including newspaper clipping dated 1932 Jan 12 from the Daily Telegraph of review ofbook; also assails John Hayward who criticized his dryden book in the Times Literary Supplement. Letter Feb. 25, 1932 gives details of some The Dramatic Works of John Dryden.
Box 12

Supervielle, Jules, 1884-1960. [Poem]. undated 5 leaves. 28 centimeters. Holograph.

Scope and Content Note

Original draft with copious corrections. Publishing history unknown.
Box 32

Swartwout, Samuel, 1804-1867. Correspondence. 1830-1831 10 letters.

Aldine purchase.

Scope and Content Note

Written as Collector of the Port of New York.
Box 282, Folder 20

Swedenberg, H.T., Jr., 1906-1978. 2 notebooks and book loan and order forms. ca. 1938.

Physical Description: (4 items, approximately 128pp. [holograph]).

Scope and Content Note

Notebooks titled “Literary Criticism,” and “Medieval Romance and Medieval Drama.”
Box 12

Symonds, John Addington, 1840-1893. Correspondence. 1891 January 12 1 item. Holograph.

Scope and Content Note

1 letter to William Barclay Squire.
Box 12

Symons, Arthur, 1865-1945. Correspondence. 3 items. Holograph.

Scope and Content Note

A photograph of Symons is on the reverse of an undated postcard to an unknown person. 1 letter to Grant Richards, 1920 (?) September 17. 1 letter to Elkin Mathews, undated.
Box 20

Symons, Julian, 1912-1994. Correspondence to Holbrook Jackson. 1939 March 31 1 p. typescript.

Scope and Content Note

From "20th century verse, February 1929."
Box 286, Folder 6

Takahashi, Margaret O'Brien. Interview. n.d.

Physical Description: (2 audio tapes [reel-to-reel]).
Box 5

Talleyrand-Perigord, Charles Maurice de, prince de Benevent, 1754-1838. Commission, London. 1833 April 25 2 p. Document signed (with seal).

Gift of Edward Kaufman, November 1949.

Scope and Content Note

Document appointing Joseph Rabotteau keeper of his lands of Valencay.
Box 29

Tappan, William Bingham, 1794-1849. Correspondence. 1 piece.

Heise purchase: cat. 195.
Box 7

Tautphoeus, Jemima (Montgomery) Freifrau von, 1807-1893. Correspondence. August 18 1 folder.

Purchase: Maggs, 1952 December 30.

Scope and Content Note

Holograph letter signed to "My Dear Henrietta," dated August 18th, discussing a Tirol journey.
Box 172

Taylor, Henry, Sir, 1800-1886. Correspondence and papers. v.p. 1828-1829.

Physical Description: (28 items, manuscript).

Scope and Content Note

Concerning the publication of The School of Fashion.
Box 29

Taylor, Sir Henry, 1800-1886. Correspondence. 1 piece.

Heise purchase: cat. 197.
Box 192, Folder 6

Taylor, Isaac. Letters to Messrs Taylor & Hessey, Booksellers, London. 1814-1823.

Scope and Content Note

8 letters re finances and book publishing.

Additional Note

Purchased from J. Schiller, 1986.
Box 17

Tennyson, Alfred Tennyson, 1st baron, 1809-1892. Correspondence. 1830 June 18 and 1876 October 25 2 items. Holograph.

Scope and Content Note

1 letter to Effingham Wilson, 1830 June 18. 1 letter to Mrs. [Catherine] Gladstone, 1876 October 25.
Box 15

[Thackerary, William Makepeace] 1811-1863. Little Billee. n.p. (English). undated 4 leaves. Illustrated. 24.5 centimeters. Manuscript.

Scope and Content Note

First published in "Sand and Canvas: a Narrative of Adventures in Egypt, with a Sojourn among the Artists in Rome," by Samuel Beran, London, Charles Gilpin, 1849. Reprinted as "The Three Sailors," in "Ballads and Songs," by William Makepeace Thackeray, London, Cassell & Co., 1896. This manuscript copy differs in several respects from the printed copies. It is not known in whose hand this manuscript is written. Five pen and ink drawings by an unknown artist illustrating this poem are mounted on the leaves of the manuscript. Bound in brown morocco. With this: a clipping from "The Nation," 1913 November 6, about this manuscript.
Box 29

Thackeray, William Makepeace, 1811-1863. Correspondence, signed, to various persons. 17 items. Holograph.

Scope and Content Note

2 letters to Lady Olliffe (wife of Sir Joseph Francis Olliffe, 1808-1869), 1861 November 4 and undated. 1 letter to Henry Alworth Merewether, undated. 1 letter to Sir Joseph Francis Olliffe, undated. 1 letter to Sir Theodore Martin, undated. 1 letter to Lady Helena Saville Martin, undated. 1 letter to John Kenyon, 1868 February 12. 1 letter to Abraham Hayward, 1849 January 3.
Box 188, Folder 2

Thome, Joseph R. Problems which obstruct the process of title distribution under Bolivian agrarian reforms. 1966 September.

Scope and Content Note

In holograph: “Preliminary report.” Including letter (1970) to Professor James Wilkie (UCLA-History).
Box 4

Thompson, James Westfall. Letters, ms., etc. removed from James Westfall Thompson books.

Box 189, Folder 4

Thorne, Marco G. Diary of Levi Stovell, 1849. 1940.

Physical Description: (Bound).

Scope and Content Note

M.A. (Stanford University).
Box 16

Thompson, Richard Wigginton, 1809-1900. Unaddressed note. 1881 October 1 p. Holograph signed.

Aldine Purchase.

Scope and Content Note

"Yours very truly and respectfully R.W. Thompson" [Secretary of the Navy, 1877- 1881].
Box 12

Thurston, Mrs. Katherine Cecil, 1875-1911. Correspondence to Messrs. Perrie and Cazenove, literary agency, London. 1902-1910 65 items. Holograph.

Scope and Content Note

This correspondence concerns the selling and publishing of Mrs. Thurston's literary works.
Box 16

Tilghman, William, 1756-1827. To General Samuel Smith, Baltimore, Maryland. 1826

November 26 2 p. Holograph signed.

Scope and Content Note

Aldine Purchase.
Box 29

Tomlinson, Henry Major, 1873-1958. Correspondence. 2 letters.

Gift: Flo and Jo Swerling.
Box 7

Traubel, Horace 1909 or 1904 January 19 1 als.

Box 32

Train, George Francis, 1829-1904. To Edward Edmund Cooper, New York. 1866 June 26 1 p. Holograph signed.

Robert E. Cowan purchase.

Scope and Content Note

Train, author and railroad promoter, asks for Cooper, Representative from Tennessee, to give his attention to the attempt by Thaddeus Stevens to prevent the alteration of the route of the Union Pacific Railroad, and hopes that President Andrew Johnson will "put his foot down" in the matter as he did in previous matters. 3 clippings attached to the letter.
Box 17

Trelawny, Edward John, 1792-1881. Correspondence. circa 1860 2 items. Holograph.

Scope and Content Note

1 letter to his daughter, Prue, 1860 July 10.
Box 16

Trowbridge, John W. To Henry O'Reilly, Oswego, New York. 1837 August 14 1 p. Holograph signed.

Aldine Purchase.

Scope and Content Note

Concerning supporters and meetings of Anti-Monopoly Party in Oswego County and New York City.
Box 16

Trumbull, Lyman, 1813-1896. To Elisha Foote, Washington. 1869 April 3 1 p. Holograph signed.

Aldine Purchase.

Scope and Content Note

Letter from Trumbull, Senator from Illinois, to Foote, Commissioner of Patents, introducing a Mrs. Cameron for a writing position.
Box 284, Folder 4

Trumbo, Dalton and Tom Reed. Love Begins at Twenty - screenplay. n.d.

Physical Description: (1 item, 103pp. [typescript carbon]).

Additional Note

Donor: Barbara Case (JFK Memorial Library, CSULA).
Box 25

Tully, Richard Walton, 1877-1945. Correspondence. 2 letters in 1 folder.

Taken from PS659 S75S Spinners' Book of Fiction.
Box 16

Turner, O. To Henry O'Reilly, Southport, New York (?). 1828 July 18 3 p. Holograph signed.

Aldine Purchase.

Scope and Content Note

Concerning the meetings and organization of the local supporters of Andrew Jackson, and their Anti-Mason opponents, as reported to O'Reilly, editor of the Jacksonian Rochester, New York Advertiser.
Box 28

Turner, Walter James, 1889-1946. Fossils of a future time? London, Oxford University Press. 1946 108 sheets. Galley proofs with extensive holograph corrections in ink.

Gift of Claude E. Jones, 1963 February.

Scope and Content Note

A book of poems.
Box 7

Tyndale-Briscoe, C. E. 1928 1 als (and transcript) 1928 Oct 24 1 tl (signature torn off) (and transcript)

Box 189, Folder 1

U.K. Home Office. Bureau of Social Affairs, Tokyo. Social work in Japan. 1934.

Physical Description: (Typed).

Scope and Content Note

Excerpts.
Box 25

Upward, Allen, 1863-1926. Draft memo of an agreement with the Today Publishing Co., Ltd. (?). London. 1905 March 7 leaves. Holograph manuscript with a few pencil corrections.

Purchase: Bertram Rota.

Scope and Content Note

Allen Upward agrees to write weekly articles for "Today." Number of words specified and rates given.
Box 9

U.S. Armory, Harper's Ferry, Va. Records. 1837-1841 36 items (1 folder).

Aldine Purchase.

Scope and Content Note

Correspondence, reports, notices, orders, et cetera pertaining to the administration of the Armory at Harper's Ferry, chiefly in the handwriting of Edward Lucas, Jr., Superintendent of the Armory. Includes reports from the Master Armorer and the Watchman concerning details of their work.
Box 191, Folders 10-11

United States Colored Troops

Box 191, Folder 10

U.S. Army documents - Civil War period. 1864-1865.

Scope and Content Note

Muster and muster-out rolls (33d Regiment), pay voucher (110th Regiment), and memorandum (35th Regiment).
Box 191, Folder 11

U.S. Army documents. 1865-1867.

Scope and Content Note

Muster rolls, pay vouchers, letters and discharge vouchers for 33rd, 35th, 82d and 128th Regiments.
Box 198, Folder 1

University Hospital Medical School & Clinic. Minutes book. 1920-1922.

Scope and Content Note

For stock holders and trustees meetings.
Boxes 190, 286

Valdez, Luis

Box 190, Folder 1

Interview by John Weaver. 1978.

Physical Description: (Typescript).
Box 286, Folder 8

Interview[?]. 1978 22 August.

Physical Description: (1 reel-to-reel and cassette).
Box 7

Vallejo, P. (Dr.) correspondence. 1875 March 29

Scope and Content Note

Telegram sent by Mrs. J. B. Cooper. San Francisco.
Box 31

Van Dyke, Henry Herbert, 1809-1888. To William S. Martien, Albany, New York. 1838 March 12

Aldine Purchase.
Box 197, Folder 3

Vandenhoff, Anne. Diary. 1941-1945.

Physical Description: (Holograph, bound and typescript).

Scope and Content Note

re Los Angeles during World War II.

Additional Note

Gift of Anne Vandenhoff.
Box 29

Vanderhoff, George, American actor. Correspondence. 1 piece.

Heise purchase: cat. 197.
Box 16

Vanderpoel, Aaron, 1799-1871. Correspondence to F[rancis] P[reston] Blair, Washington and to James K[irke] Paulding, [Washington]. 1839 December 12 and 18 2 letters. Holograph signed.

Aldine Purchase.

Scope and Content Note

Concerning issues of the Congressional Globe of which Blair was editor. Paulding was Secretary of the Navy at this time.
Box 16

Vibbard, C. Correspondence to Erastus Corning. Schenectady, New York. 1850 July 1 and 8 2 letters. Holograph signed.

Aldine Purchase.
Box 16

Vinton, Samuel Finley, 1792-1862. To H[ezekiah] Niles, Washington. 1832 December 16 2 p. Holograph signed.

Aldine Purchase.

Scope and Content Note

Concerning the political crises of that year, the sentiment in Congress toward and adjustment of the Tariff of 1832, toward Andrew Jackson and his stand against the Nullification Proclamation of S.C., and the attitude of party men in Baltimore and Richmond on these subjects.
Box 288, Folder 11

Vlaminck, Maurice de, 1876-1958. Letters and manuscript. 1949-1950.

Physical Description: (9 items, 27pp. [holograph, signed] and [typescript w/corrections, signed]).

Scope and Content Note

3 letters to S.H. Roth w/envelopes. Manuscript [in French] in 5 sections (pp.35-57 [pp.41-43 & 47 missing]).

Additional Note

Purchase: Zeitlin and Brugge.
Box 201, Folder 3

Vosper, Robert. Interview. n.d.

Physical Description: (Typescript).
Box 7

Voynich, Ethel Lilian (Boole) 1864-1960. Correspondence. 1930-1933 4 items.

Removed from: Her, Jack Raymond (1901) and An interrupted friendship (1910).

Scope and Content Note

Correspondence, signed, to Myrtle A. Crummer (Mrs. LeRoy Crummer). New York. Dr. and Mrs. LeRoy Crummer lived in Los Angeles.
Box 192, Folders 9-10

Wallace, Henry A.

Box 192, Folder 9

Correspondence with Sam & Dorothy Glane. 1946-1947.

Physical Description: (4 letters).

Scope and Content Note

Also, reprint of Thomas Stokes article re Wallace.

Additional Note

Gift of Sam Glane.
Box 192, Folder 10

Articles. n.d.

Scope and Content Note

Open letter to Premier Stalin (Los Angeles Progressive Party), n.d. newspaper articles re Wallace.

Additional Note

Gift of Sam Glane.
Box 10

Wadsworth, James T., To Lucia A. Robbins, Stockton, California. 1851-1852 3 letters. A.L.S.

Gift of Hazel S. Vaughan, April, 1954.

Scope and Content Note

Letters to his niece in Plymouth, Massachusetts, describing his experiences in California.
Box 16

Waite, Morrison Remick, 1816-1888. To Walter L. Gresham, Washington. 1875 October 9 1 p. engraved letter signed.

Aldine Purchase.

Scope and Content Note

Letter signed and annotated by Waite, Chief Justice of the United States, appointing Oliver B. Siddell as Register in Bankruptcy for the district of Indiana. Also includes an autographed card.
Box 10

Wales, George Edward, 1792-1860. To [Samuel Lewis Southard], Secretary of the Navy, Washington. 1827 March 2 1 p. Holograph signed.

Aldine Purchase.

Scope and Content Note

Requesting appointment as midshipman for Daniel Parsons. Also signed by Henry Howard Ross.
Box 12

Walker, Emery, 1851-1933. Correspondence. 1 item. Holograph, typescript.

Box 32

Walker, Richard Frederick, 1831- , papers. 1865-1904 20 items.

Aldine purchase.

Scope and Content Note

Letters and papers of Richard F. Walker of Virginia, who held the rank of Major in the Confederate Army. Most of the papers related to his efforts to secure political appointments. A biographical sketch is included.
Box 4

Waln, Robert, 1765-1836. To John Nicholson. 1794 Nov 10 Holograph signed. 2 p.

Aldine Purchase.
Box 31

Wardell, Daniel, 1701-1878. To Francis Preston Blair, Mannsville, New York [?]. 1833 July 9

Aldine purchase.
Box 31

Wardwell, Representative from New York, writes to assure Blair that General Dunian [?] voted for Blair's appointment as government printer. 2 pp. Holograph signed.

Boxes 195, 198

Warfield, Helen M.

Box 198, Folder 4

Letters to her mother. 1918-1919.

Physical Description: (17 letters).

Scope and Content Note

re visit to Australia (1st letter missing 1st page). 1 hand drawn map of Australia.
Box 195, Folder 3

Diary. 1918-1919.

Physical Description: (Loose-leaf).

Scope and Content Note

With photographs, clippings, etc., for September 21, 1918-May 4, 1919 re Pacific travels.
Box 16

Warfield, Henry R. To Hezekiah Niles, Annapolis, Maryland. 1835 January 18 1 p. Holograph signed.

Aldine Purchase.

Scope and Content Note

An inquiry to the editor of Niles' Register concerning an account of the burning of the brig, "Peggy Stewart," during the Revolution.
Box 201, Folder 4

Warren, Althea. Letter to Rabbi Maxwell H. Dubin. 1945.

Additional Note

Gift of Rabbi Maxwell H. Dubin.
Box 32

Warren, Joseph, 1829-1876. Correspondence. 1870-1872 13 letters.

Aldine purchase.

Scope and Content Note

Letters to John Thompson Hoffman, Governor of New York, concerning political affairs in New York and particularly in the City of Buffalo. In 1870, Warren was chosen president of the New York Press Association. He was also editor of the Buffalo Courier and a Park Commissioner of the City of Buffalo.
Box 187, Folder 3

Warren, Mrs. Stafford, ed. Municipal Research newsletter (Rochester, New York). 1936-1946.

Physical Description: (Bound).

Scope and Content Note

Contains numbers 1 thru 114.
Box 32

Wasson, David Atwood, 1823-1887. Correspondence to Franklin Benjamin Sanborn. 1857-1868 30 items. Holograph.

Aldine purchase.

Scope and Content Note

Wasson discusses his writings on African Americans, as well as his poetry. There are mentions of Emerson, Thoreau, and Tennyson.
Box 16

Watmough, John Goddard, 1793-1861. To H[ezekiah] Niles. 1834 October 13 2 p. Holograph signed.

Aldine Purchase.

Scope and Content Note

Concerning a local election campaign (Md.?). Watson, John E. To Mr. Eakin, Germantown, Pennsylvania. 1833 January 9 2 pp. Holograph signed.
Box 194, Folder 5

Watson, George. Letters to “Dear brother & sister.” 1862.

Physical Description: (3 items).

Scope and Content Note

Posted Grafton, Virginia, dated February and March 2, 1862, and 1 pay voucher to Regiment sutter (82d Ohio Infantry).

Additional Note

Gift of Fern B. Clapper, August 1955.
Box 7

Waugh, Arthur, 1866-1943. Correspondence. 1931 1 folder.

Removed from: Waugh, Arthur. One Man's Road. London, 1931.

Scope and Content Note

England. 2 holograph, signed, to Dr. George C. Williamson. 1 copy of letter to Waugh, unsigned (from Dr. George C. Williamson?).
Box 18

Weaver, Raymond Melbourne, 1888-1948. Correspondence. 1921-1925 1 folder.

Gift: John A Burrell, 1957.

Scope and Content Note

Correspondence of Weaver, regarding the first collected edition of Melville's works (Constable 1922-1924) with John Freeman, Michael Sadleir, Havelock Ellis, and James Barrie's secretary. Also includes the prelude to the Constable Edition of Melville, by Philip Durham. HLQ, 1958 May.
Box 13

Webb, Charles Henry, 1834-1904. Publishers agreement and receipt signed between Webb and publisher E. Bliss, Jr. 1874 December 1 2 p. Holograph.

Box 188, Folder 1

Webb, Dorothy Haldeman. Harry Marston Haldeman, April 5, 1871-March 10, 1930. 1976.

Physical Description: (Typescript).
Box 32

Webb, James Watson, 1802-1884. Correspondence. 1839-1876 5 letters.

Aldine purchase.

Scope and Content Note

Includes biographical sketches.
Box 16

Wellford, Bev. R. Correspondence. 1827 2 pieces.

Aldine Purchase.

Scope and Content Note

Letter from Wellford to S[amuel] L[ewis] Southard, Secretary of the Navy, Fredericksburg, Maryland, 1827 February 11, concerning a charge against Southard as a critic of Andrew Jackson's actions at the Battle of New Orleans, and mentioning Samuel Houston's indignation. A letter from William M. Blackford, witness to Southard's remarks, denying any criticism, and mentioning financial affairs of James Monroe, 1827
Box 284, Folder 10

Werfel, Franz, 1890-1945. “Der Dirigent” - poem. n.d.

Physical Description: (1 item, 1p. [holograph, signed, in German]).

Scope and Content Note

Note from gerald Olds (Gifts).
Box 282, Folder 5

Weston, Agnes. Newspaper clippings. n.d.

Physical Description: (1 item, 2pp.).

Scope and Content Note

re HRH King Edward VII's recognition of Weston's founding of the Soldier's and Sailor's Home.
Box 16

Wheeler, William, Almon, 1819-1887. To Reverend Dr. Taylor, Washington. 1879 February 24 2 p. Holograph signed.

Aldine Purchase.
Box 16

White, Campbell Patrick, 1787-1859. Correspondence. 1833-1853. 4 pieces. Holograph signed.

Aldine Purchase.

Scope and Content Note

White, Representative from New York, writes to Francis Preston Blair concerning the latter's election as printer, and to several collectors of customs, making recommendations for appointments.
Box 29

Whyte-Melville, George John, 1821-1878. Correspondence, signed to various persons. 16 items. Holograph.

Scope and Content Note

2 letters toJohn William Parker, undated. 3 letters to Frederic Chapman, undated.
Box 289, Folder 8

Wickes, George. Miscellaneous material relating to Henry Miller. n.d.

Physical Description: (4 items, 4pp. [holograph] and [typescript]).

Scope and Content Note

Letter (27 April, n.y.), manuscript of Table of Contents, and list of Miller's books.

Additional Note

Found in Osborn correspondence.
Card under H. Miller.
Box 191, Folders 2-4

Widney, Joseph Pomeroy

Box 191, Folder 2

Correspondence. 1931-1940.

Box 191, Folder 3

Photographs. n.d.

Box 191, Folder 4

Magazine articles and published materials. 1895 & 1936-38.

Scope and Content Note

Articles from University Courier & Los Angeles Times Sunday magazine and various publications.
Box 22

Wight, Frederick Stallknecht, 1902-1986. Verge of glory. Los Angeles. Circa 1955 3 items.

Scope and Content Note

Includes a typescript manuscript with irregular pagination and a typescript manuscript with 412 leaves. Also included galley proofs of 104 sheets. All are with holograph corrections. The manuscript is a novel about Amedeo Modigliani, published by Harcourt, New York, 1956.
Box 281, Folder 10

Wilder, Thornton. Manuscript, essay to be read on radio. c. 1950.

Physical Description: (1 item, 8pp. [holograph]).

Scope and Content Note

re American Veterans Committee.

Additional Note

Gift of Nathen and Dorothy Horowitz.
Box 17

Wilkie, Sir David, 1785-1841. Correspondence to Thomas Phillips. 1836 June 7 1 item. Holograph.

Box 192, Folder 24

Willford, Charles. Letter to Lawrence Clark Powell. 1959.

Scope and Content Note

re donation of three books and a manuscript.
Box 16

Williams, Lewis, 1786-1842. To Hezekiah Niles, Washington. 1832 June 6 1 p. Holograph signed.

Aldine Purchase.

Scope and Content Note

Requesting information concerning a letter on Nullification, a movement which Williams, a Congressman from North Carolina, terms "an abominable and wicked heresy ... gaining ground in the South" and which he believes to be of British origin.
Box 28

Williams, Manly R. Correspondence and photographs of the Williams family. Circa 1880-1900 13 pieces.

Box 7

Willis, Nathaniel Parker, 1806-1867. Signed correspondence. v.p., v.d. not in box 12/86 dl. 4 items. Holograph.

Scope and Content Note

1 letter to Andrew Jackson Downing, n.d. 1 letter to Horatio Hastings Weld, n.d. 1 letter to Joseph Grinnel, 1864 July 6. 1 letter to "Lynchie," 1853 February 12.
Box 27

Willson, Meredith, 1902-1984. Eggs I have laid. Circa 1955 6 p. l., 171 leaves. Typescript with holograph corrections.

Gift of author, November, 1955.

Scope and Content Note

Published by Holt, New York, 1955.
Box 20

Wilson, Mrs. Augusta Jane (Evans), 1835-1909. Letter to Mrs. Caro Smith Senour, Mobile. February? 1 p. dictated.

Aldine purchase.

Scope and Content Note

Thanks for books on cat. "Feeble health and impaired vision combine to deprive me of the pleasures of travel."
Box 29

Wilson, John, 1785-1854. Correspondence, signed, to various persons. 3 items. Holograph.

Scope and Content Note

1 letter to Alaric Alexander Watts, 1826 October 7.
Box 7

Wilson, Thomas Woodrow, United States president, 1865-1924. Correspondence. 1911, 1918 2 pieces.

Scope and Content Note

Letter to Robert E. Rinehart, dated 1911 April 7. Letter to Mrs. Archibald Hopkins, dated 1918 February 1.
Box 6

Wingfield, Lewis Strange, 1842-1891. Signed correspondence. v.p., v.d. 3 items. Holograph.

Box 7

Wolfe, Thomas, 1900-1938. Correspondence. 1930, 1935 2 items. Holograph and typescript.

Scope and Content Note

1 letter to Richard Aldington, Paris, 1930 September 28. 8 pages, holograph. 1 letter to Lawrence Clark Powell, New York, New York, 1935 July 16. 1 page, typescript, signed.
Box 8

Wood, Samuel Edgerton. The California State Commission of immigration and housing: a study of administrative organization and the growth of function, Berkeley. iii, 228 leaves. typescript draft with holograph corrections.

Scope and Content Note

Unpublished?
Box 191, Folder 8

Woodhouse, John. Various publications written and edited by John Woodhouse. 1967-1978.

Box 7

Woody, Mary, comp. Commonplace book. n.p. circa 1800 16 p. 32 x 32 centimeters. Holograph manuscript in ink.

Gift of Mrs. Thomas B. Williamson, 1952 February 7.

Scope and Content Note

Pages and portions of pages are missing from this early American commonplace book. Includes "The true account of Nayomy Wise," American ballad. Bound in limp linen. Another copy (17 photographic reproductions). See also: Collection Film 100 box 19 for another copy: numbers 1 and 2. 2 reels. 35 millimeter negative microfilm.
Box 17

Wordsworth, William, 1779-1850. Correspondence to John Jebb, Bishop of Limerick, Ardfert, and Aghadoe. 1833 January 28 1 item. Holograph.

Box 11

Workman, Boyle. City that grew. 1935 January-March 1 folder. Clippings.

Gift: J. Gregg Layne, 1952 May 20.

Scope and Content Note

Complete set of publication of City that grew, by Los Angeles Herald-Express.
Box 13

Wright, Helen. Palomar, the world's largest telescope. 1952 194 p. Typescript.

Gift: Author.

Scope and Content Note

Published by Macmillan, 1952.
Box 20

Wysor, William Wirt, 1848-1897. Correspondence to sister, Cadiz. 1844 December 4 1 p. glossy photoprint.

Gift of Mrs. Frank J. Klingberg. Carson, Josephine, 1919- . Drives my green age. Typescript and galley proofs. Layout dummy. Circa 1957 215 pages. 2 pieces.

Scope and Content Note

Published by Harper, 1957.
 

Florence Yoch Correspondence 1956-1967.

Scope and Content Note

Collection consists of letters from friends and relatives to landscape architect Florence Yoch, two photographs, and one typescript draft of a letter from Yoch. Most of the letters are not dated. Many of the letters are from Anne Trevithick, wife of New Zealand architect Cecil Trevithick. Photographs include a group picture of a tour group (1967) and a snapshot of the Trevithicks.
 

Young, La Monte (Collection of Pamphlets, Programs and Correspondence) 1965-1975.

Physical Description: (1 box, 10 items).

Scope and Content Note

Selected writings, catalogs, lectures and correspondence relating to musical programs and other performance events of La Monte Young and Marian Zazeela.
Box 19

Yule, Sir Henry, 1820-1889. Correspondence. 1 item. Holograph.

Box 10

Zangwill, Israel, 1864-1926. The baron of Offenbach: a cabbalistic romance.

Unpublished. The typescript from which this Xerox copy was made belongs to the British Museum Library. Unbound.

Scope and Content Note

n.p., n.d. 132 leaves. 30 centimeters. Xerox copy of a transcript.
Box 10

Zangwill, Israel, 1864-1926. Dreamers of the ghetto in congress. [London, Unwin Brothers, Gresham Press, 1897]. 1897 3 sheets. 55 by 18.5 centimeters. Proof sheets with holograph corrections in ink.

Ex libris: Kenneth Mackenna [Mielziner].

Scope and Content Note

An article published in "Cosmopolis," October, 1897. Presented by the author to Jo Mielziner. A letter, 1902 March 29, from Zangwill to Leo Mielziner, originally with this manuscript, is now filed with the Zangwill letters to Mr. and Mrs. Leo Mielziner.
Box 10

Zangwill, Israel, 1864-1926. Letters and ephemera. 1892-1957 4 folders.

Scope and Content Note

Folder 1: 12 letters, 1894-1921, to Leo and Ella Mielziner. 41 letters, 1892-1926, to various people. Folder 2: Clippings and ephemera by and about Zangwill. Folder 3: Bibliographical notes by Ella Mielziner about her collection of Zangwill's works. Folder 4. Correspondence of Ella Mielziner with dealers and others about her Zangwill collection.
Box 10

Zangwill, Israel, 1864-1926. When I am dead. n.p. 1926 2 sheets. 62.5 by 11.5 centimeters. Galley proofs with corrections in ink.

Scope and Content Note

Published in the "Outlook," 1926 August 11, (volume 42, page 502-503).
Box 288, Folder 1

Zeitlin, Jake, 1902- . “Building a Book Collection” - (speech?) audio recording - Anaheim Public Library. 1968 6 June.

Physical Description: (1 reel-to-reel tape).

Additional Note

Card under Zeitlin, Jake.
Box 284, Folder 5

Zoritch, George. Photographs. n.d.

Physical Description: (87 items).

Scope and Content Note

87 photographs (3 color), 27 signed, most with captions on back. Family, portraits and performances.

Additional Note

Gift of George Zoritch.
Box 201, Folder 9

Zuber, Augusta, M.D. Documents. 1915-1931.

Scope and Content Note

Health and development certificate (California) and 12 dues cards from California Board of Medical Examiner.

Additional Note

Gift of Don Gilstrap.