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box 217, folder 1

American Literature. 1925.

Scope and Contents note

F. Scott Fitzgerald. The Great Gatsby (New York: Scribners). Signed and annotated by Philip Rieff and Sontag. Clippings and articles inserted
box 217, folder 2

American Literature. 1937.

Scope and Contents note

Djuna Barnes. Nightwood (New York: New Directions). Signed by Sontag. Annotated by Philip Rieff and Sontag. Clippings and notepages inserted
box 217, folder 3

American Literature. 1935.

Scope and Contents note

Lincoln Kirstein. Low Ceiling (New York: Putnam). Card inserted (in Box 82, Folder 2)
box 217, folder 4

American Literature. 1937.

Scope and Contents note

Kenneth Burke. Attitudes Toward History (New York: New Republic). Annotated. Clippings inserted
box 217, folder 5

American Literature. 1945.

Scope and Contents note

Gertrude Stein. Wars I Have Seen (New York: Random House). Article inserted
box 217, folder 6

American Literature. 1913.

Scope and Contents note

Edith Wharton. The Custom of the Country (New York: Scribners). Publisher's booklet and Mount pamphlet inserted
box 217, folder 7

American Literature. 1950.

Scope and Contents note

Gertrude Stein. Things As They Are (Vermont: Banyan Press). Signed by Sontag
box 217, folder 8

American Literature. 1932.

Scope and Contents note

Kenneth Burke. Towards a Better Life (New York: Harcourt). Signed and annotated by Sontag. Clipping, articles, Burke death notice, Milo Zwerling birth notice, and paper slip inserted. (Birth notice in Box 142, Folder 32)
box 217, folder 9

American Literature. 1941.

Scope and Contents note

Kenneth Burke. The Philosophy of Literary Form (s.l.: Louisiana State University). Signed and annotated by Philip Rieff and Sontag. Clippings, articles, notepages, and paper slips inserted
box 218, folder 1

American Literature. 1956.

Scope and Contents note

John Berryman. Homage to Mistress Bradstreet (New York: Farrar, Straus & Cudahy). Articles inserted
box 218, folder 2

American Literature. 1953.

Scope and Contents note

Gertrude Stein. Bee Time Vine (New Haven: Yale).
box 218, folder 3

American Literature. 1972.

Scope and Contents note

Gertrude Stein. Matisse Picasso and Gertrude Stein (Barton: Something Else Press). Signed and annotated by Sontag. Poemsheet inserted (moved)
box 218, folder 4

American Literature. 1956.

Scope and Contents note

Gertrude Stein. Stanzas in Meditation (New Haven: Yale).
box 218, folder 5

American Literature. 1938.

Scope and Contents note

Lincoln Kirstein. Blast at Ballet (New York: Marstin Press). Upper cover detached from spine
box 218, folder 6

American Literature. 1939.

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Lincoln Kirstein. Ballet Alphabet (New York: Kamin).
box 218, folder 7

American Literature. 1965.

Scope and Contents note

H.P. Lovecraft. Selected Letters, Vol. 1 (Wisconsin: Arkham). Annotated by Sontag. Article inserted
box 218, folder 8

American Literature. 1968.

Scope and Contents note

H.P. Lovecraft. Selected Letters, Vol. 2 (Wisconsin: Arkham). Clipping, article, and paper slip inserted
box 218, folder 9

American Literature. 1971.

Scope and Contents note

H.P. Lovecraft. Selected Letters, Vol. 3 (Wisconsin: Arkham). Annotated by Sontag. Clipping, ticket, and paper slip inserted
box 219, folder 1

American Literature. 1969.

Scope and Contents note

John Cage. Notations (New York: Something Else Press). Inscribed by author to Sontag. Correspondence from Cage and from Cage Trust inserted (now in Box 82, Folder 57)
box 219, folder 2

American Literature. 1970.

Scope and Contents note

Saul Bellow. Mr Sammler's Planet (London: Weidenfeld). Articles inserted
box 219, folder 3

American Literature. 1966.

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Paul Goodman. Five Years (New York: Brussel). Annotated by Sontag. Clippings, articles, paper slip, and postcard in Sontag's handwriting inserted
box 219, folder 4

American Literature. 1978.

Scope and Contents note

Paul Goodman. The Break-up of Our Camp (Santa Barbara: Black Sparrow Press). Review slip, clippings, and articles inserted
box 219, folder 5

American Literature. 1978.

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Paul Goodman. A Ceremonial (Santa Barbara: Black Sparrow Press). Article inserted
box 219, folder 6

American Literature. 1976.

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Elizabeth Bishop. Geography III (New York: Farrar, Straus & Giroux). Articles, clippings, ticket, and author compliments slip inserted
box 220, folder 1

American Literature. 1961.

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John Cage. Silence (Connecticut: Wesleyan). Signed and annotated by Sontag. Clippings, article, program, and author compliments slip inserted
box 220, folder 2

American Literature. 1978.

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Edgar Allen Poe. Collected Works, Vol. 2 (Cambridge: Belnap). Annotated by Sontag. Notepaper, article, paper slips, and blank postcard inserted
box 220, folder 3

American Literature. 1978.

Scope and Contents note

Edgar Allen Poe. Collected Works, Vol. 3 (Cambridge: Belnap). Paper slips and invitation with sketch on verso inserted. (Invitation moved)
box 220, folder 4

American Literature. 1966.

Scope and Contents note

Gertrude Stein. The Making of Americans (New York: Something Else Press). Signed and annotated by Sontag. Review slip and invitation for Lucinda Childs inserted. (Invitation in Box 83, Folder 24)
box 220, folder 5

American Literature. 1997.

Scope and Contents note

Larry McMurtry and Diana Ossana. Zeke and Ned (New York: Schuster). Inscribed by authors to Sontag
box 221, folder 1

Photography. 1973.

Scope and Contents note

Weegee. Naked City (New York: Da Capo).
box 221, folder 2

Art and Architecture. 1965.

Scope and Contents note

Herbert Marshall, ed. Mayakovsky (New York: Hill and Wang). Signed and annotated by Sontag. Clipping inserted
box 221, folder 3

Art and Architecture. 1975.

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Ad Reinhardt. Art as Art: Selected Writings (New York: Viking). Signed and annotated by Sontag. Articles, clippings, ticket, and photo inserted
box 221, folder 4

Art and Architecture. 1966.

Scope and Contents note

Joseph Cornell (Pasadena: Pasadena Art Museum). Sontag of the exhibit lenders
box 221, folder 5

Art and Architecture. 1976.

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Howard Hodgkin: Forty-Five Paintings, 1949-1975 (London: Arts Council). Inscribed by Hodgkin to Sontag. Annotated. Postcard inserted (in Box 88, Folder 1)
box 221, folder 6

Art and Architecture. 1969.

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Arp on Arp: Poems, Essays, and Memories (New York: Viking).
box 221, folder 7

Art and Architecture. 1960.

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Marcel Duchamp and Richard Hamilton. The Bride Stripped Bare by her Bachelors, Even: a Typographic Version (s.l.: Percy Lund, Humphries).
box 221, folder 8

Art and Architecture. 1976.

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K.S. Malevich. The World as Non-Objectivity: Unpublished Writings 1922-25, Vol. 3 (Copenhagen: Borgen). Paper slip inserted
box 221, folder 9

Russian and Eastern European Literature. 1967?.

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Film Culture 44, Spring 1967 (New York: Film Culture, Jonas Mekas). Schedule inserted. Fluxus item
box 222, folder 1

Photography. 1968.

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Robert Frank. The Americans (New York: Aperture). Signed by Sontag on cover and annotated. Paper slips inserted
box 222, folder 2

Art and Architecture. 1982.

Scope and Contents note

Howard Hodgkin: Indian Leaves (London: Petersburg Press). Inscribed by Hodgkin to Sontag. Postcard and address notes inserted (postcard in Box 88, Folder 1)
box 222, folder 3

Art and Architecture. 1985.

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Howard Hodgkin: Prints 1977 to 1983 (London: Tate Gallery). Inscribed by Hodgkin to Sontag. Letters and clipping inserted (Hodgkin letter in Box 88, Folder 1; Peattie letter in Box 139, Folder 31)
box 222, folder 4

Art and Architecture. 1988.

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Howard Hodgkin (London: Waddington / New York: Knoedler). Inscribed by Hodgkin to Sontag
box 222, folder 5

Art and Architecture. 1988.

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Howard Hodgkin (London: Waddington / New York: Knoedler).
box 222, folder 6

Art and Architecture. 1990.

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Howard Hodgkin: Petits Formats 1975-1989 (Barcelona: Fundacio Caixa de Pensions). Inscribed by Hodgkin to Sontag
box 222, folder 7

Art and Architecture. 1990.

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Wilfried Dickhoff. Howard Hodgkin (New York: Knoedler).
box 222, folder 8

Art and Architecture. 1998.

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Howard Hodgkin (New York: Gagosian Gallery). Notecard, exhibit ephemera, and articles inserted. (Notecard in Box 88, Folder 3)
box 222, folder 9

Art and Architecture. 1986.

Scope and Contents note

Howard Hodgkin (New York: Knoedler). Exhibit postcard inserted
box 222, folder 10

Art and Architecture. 1991.

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Howard Hodgkin: Hand Coloured Prints 1986-1991 (London: Waddington Graphics). Inscribed by Hodgkin to Sontag
box 222, folder 11

Art and Architecture. 1990.

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Wilfried Dickhoff. Howard Hodgkin (Koln: Michael Werner). Inscribed by Hodgkin to Sontag
box 223, folder 1

Photography. 1972.

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Gordon Hendricks. The Photographs of Thomas Eakins (New York: Grossman). Paper slips, postcard, and articles inserted
box 223, folder 2

Art and Architecture. 1929?.

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L'Art International d'Aujourd'hui, Vol. 11: Objets d'Art; Prsent par Pierre Legrain (Paris: Charles Moreau). Loose plates in portfolio
box 223, folder 3

Art and Architecture. 1929?.

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L'Art International d'Aujourd'hui, Vol. 17: Reliures; Prsent par Rose Adler (Paris: Charles Moreau). Loose plates in portfolio
box 224, folder 1

Art and Architecture. 1988.

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Prag um 1600: Kunst und Kultur am Hofe Rudolfs II (Freren: Luca). Articles inserted
box 224, folder 2

Art and Architecture. 1988.

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Prag um 1600: Kunst und Kultur am Hofe Rudolfs II, 2. Band (Freren: Luca). Clippings inserted
box 224, folder 3

Art and Architecture. 1988.

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Prag um 1600: Beitrage zur Kunst und Kultur am Hofe Rudolfs II (Freren: Luca).
box 224, folder 4

Art and Architecture. 1993.

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Howard Hodgkin (London: Anthony d'Offay Gallery). Exhibit pamphlet inserted
box 224, folder 5

Art and Architecture. 1984.

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Howard Hodgkin: Forty Paintings (London: Trefoil Books). Annotated by Sontag. Card, exhibit ephemera, articles, and bio inserted. (Card in Box 88, Folder 1)
box 224, folder 6

Art and Architecture. 1994.

Scope and Contents note

Andrew Graham-Dixon. Howard Hodgkin (London: Thames and Hudson). Annotated by Sontag and inscribed to Sontag by Hodgkin. Postcard, event program, articles, bio, and paper slips inserted. (Postcard in Box 88, Folder 1)
box 225, folder 1

Dance, Theater & Music. 1975.

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Lincoln Kirstein. Nijinsky Dancing (New York: Knopf). Pamphlet inserted
box 225, folder 2

Art and Architecture. 1989.

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Andy Goldsworthy. Touching North (London: Fabian Carlsson). Exhibit postcards inserted
box 225, folder 3

Photography. 1998.

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Andreas Gursky. Fotografien, 1994-1998 (Wolfsburg: Kunstmuseum Wolfsburg). Signed by artist. Prospectus inserted
box 225, folder 4

Photography. 1995.

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Bernd and Hilla Becher. Industrial Facades (Cambridge: MIT). Article, clipping, and postcards inserted
box 226, folder 1

Art and Architecture. 1967.

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Anthony Blunt. Nicholas Poussin: Text / Nicholas Poussin: Plates (New York: Pantheon). Two volumes in slipcase
box 227, folder 1

Art and Architecture. 1929?.

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L'Art International d'Aujourd'hui, Vol. 4: Terrasses et Jardins; Prsent par Andr Lurcat (Paris: Charles Moreau). Loose plates in portfolio
box 227, folder 2

Art and Architecture. 1929?.

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L'Art International d'Aujourd'hui, Vol. 8: Boutiques et Magasins; Prsent par Ren-Herbst (Paris: Charles Moreau). Loose plates, some color printed, in portfolio
box 227, folder 3

Art and Architecture. 1993.

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Lucio Fino. Vesuvio e Campi Flegrei (Napoli: Grimaldi). In slipcase
box 227, folder 4

Art and Architecture. 1936.

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Nils G. Wollin. Desprez I Sverige (Stockholm: P.A. Norstedt & Soner). Notepaper inserted. In clamshell box
box 228, folder 1

Art and Architecture. 1929?.

Scope and Contents note

L'Art International d'Aujourd'hui, Vol. 7: Meubles; Prsent par Pierre Chareau (Paris: Charles Moreau). Loose plates, some color printed, in portfolio
box 228, folder 2

Art and Architecture. 1929?.

Scope and Contents note

L'Art International d'Aujourd'hui, Vol. 6: Intrieurs; Prsent par Francis Jourdain (Paris: Charles Moreau). Loose plates, some color printed, in portfolio
box 228, folder 3

Art and Architecture. 1929?.

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L'Art International d'Aujourd'hui, Vol. 5: Dtails d'Architecture Intrieure; Prsent par A. Novi (Paris: Charles Moreau). Loose plates in portfolio
box 229, folder 1

Art and Architecture. no date.

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Otto Benesch. Egon Schiele as a Draughtsman (Vienna: State Printing Office of Vienna). Loose prints in jacket
box 229, folder 2

Art and Architecture. 1933.

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Nils G. Wollin. Gravures Originales de Desprez (Malmo: John Kroon). In clamshell box
box 230, folder 1

Art and Architecture. 1979.

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Diane DeGrazia Bohlin. Prints and Related Drawings by the Carracci Family (Bloomington: Indiana University).
box 230, folder 2

Russian and Eastern European Literature. 1983.

Scope and Contents note

Prsences Polonaises (Paris: Centre Georges Pompidou). Annotated. Articles and notes inserted
box 230, folder 3

Russian and Eastern European Literature. 1979.

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Art et Posie Russes (Paris: Centre Georges Pompidou). Annotated
box 231, folder 1

Art and Architecture. 1985.

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The Royal Pictures Gallery: Mauritshuis (Amsterdam: Meulenhoff / Landshoff). Signed and annotated by Sontag. Picture, clipping and exhibit pamphlet inserted
box 231, folder 2

Photography. 1971.

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Paul Strand: a Retrospective Monograph, the Years 1950-1968 (New York: Aperture). Annotated
box 232, folder 1

Photography. 1990.

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Richard Misrach. Bravo 20 (Baltimore: Johns Hopkins). Exhibit ephemera, clipping, and postcard inserted. (Postcard in Box 138, Folder 2)
box 232, folder 2

Art and Architecture. 1993.

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Joseph Leo Koerner. The Moment of Self-Portraiture in German Renaissance Art (Chicago: University of Chicago). Article and clipping inserted.
box 232, folder 3

Photography. 1973.

Scope and Contents note

August Sander. Men Without Masks (Connecticut: New York Greenwich Society). Annotated. In slipcase
box 232, folder 4

Art and Architecture. 1974.

Scope and Contents note

Dore Ashton. A Joseph Cornell Album (New York: Viking). Signed and annotated by Sontag. Exhibit ephemera, article, and notes inserted
box 233, folder 1

Photography. 1981.

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Paul Outerbridge: a Singular Aesthetic (Santa Barbara, CA: Arabesques Books). Inscribed to Annie Leibovitz by editor? Articles and blank postcard laid in
box 233, folder 2

Photography. 1981.

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Man Ray: Photographe (Paris: Philippe Sers). Articles, clippings, exhibit checklist, and letter (letter in Box 141, Folder 42)
box 233, folder 3

Photography. 1977.

Scope and Contents note

Bernd und Hilla Becher. Fachwerkhauser (Munchen: Schirmer / Mosel). Clipping and gallery pamphlets inserted
box 233, folder 4

Photography. 1989.

Scope and Contents note

Bernd and Hilla Becher. Water Towers (Cambridge: MIT). Signed and annotated by Sontag. Clipping, article, postcard, and exhibit ephemera inserted
box 234, folder 1

Art and Architecture. 1970.

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J.-B. de la Faille. The Works of Vincent van Gogh (New York: William Morrow). Clippings and articles inserted
box 235, folder 1

Photography. 1973.

Scope and Contents note

Edward Weston. Daybooks, I: Mexico (New York: Aperture). Annotated. Articles, clippings, exhibit pamphlet, and book order slip inserted
box 235, folder 2

Art and Architecture. 1958?.

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The Complete Letters of Vincent van Gogh, Vol. 1 (Connecticut: New York Graphic Society). Articles and bookmark inserted
box 235, folder 3

Art and Architecture. 1958?.

Scope and Contents note

The Complete Letters of Vincent van Gogh, Vol. 2 (Connecticut: New York Graphic Society).
box 235, folder 4

Art and Architecture. 1958?.

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The Complete Letters of Vincent van Gogh, Vol. 3 (Connecticut: New York Graphic Society).
box 235, folder 5

Photography. 1973.

Scope and Contents note

Edward Weston. Daybooks, II: California (New York: Aperture). Annotated. Paper slip, clipping, and exhibit pamphlet inserted
box 236, folder 1

Art and Architecture. 1982.

Scope and Contents note

Hammacher. Van Gogh: a Documentary Biography (New York: Macmillan). Annotated. Clippings and postcards inserted. (One postcard in Box 145, Folder 34)
box 236, folder 2

Art and Architecture. 1975.

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Anthony Blunt. Neapolitan Baroque and Rococo Architecture (London: Zwemmer). Article inserted
box 236, folder 3

Art and Architecture. 1978.

Scope and Contents note

Paris-Berlin: 1900-1933 (Paris: Centre Georges Pompidou). Annotated. Clippings, paper slips, exhibit layout with notes, and articles
box 236, folder 4

Photography. 1991.

Scope and Contents note

Horst: Sixty Years of Photgraphy (New York: Rizzoli). Signed by Horst. Articles inserted
box 237, folder 1

Art and Architecture. 1960.

Scope and Contents note

Francis Picabia. 391 (Paris: Terrain Vague). Signed by Sontag
box 237, folder 2

Art and Architecture. 1982.

Scope and Contents note

Herbert Bayer: das Kunstlerische Werk, 1918-1938 (Berlin: Mann). Clipping inserted
box 237, folder 3

Art and Architecture. 1969.

Scope and Contents note

Mario Praz. On Neoclassicism (Evanston: Northwestern University). Annotated. Articles and paper slips inserted
box 237, folder 4

Art and Architecture. 1993.

Scope and Contents note

Gerard Richter, Vols. 1-3 (Bonn: Kunst- und Ausstellungshalle der Bundesrepublik Deutschland). Three volumes in slipcase
box 238, folder 1

Art and Architecture. 1974.

Scope and Contents note

Rudolf Wittkower. Gothic vs. Classic (New York: George Braziller). Article inserted
box 238, folder 2

Art and Architecture. 1976.

Scope and Contents note

Joseph Cornell. Portfolio-Catalogue (New York: Castelli Gallery/Feigen Comapny/Corcoran Gallery). Loose sheets, photo, and tribute letters in portfolio with left and right pockets. Clippings inserted
box 238, folder 3

Art and Architecture. 1966.

Scope and Contents note

Otto Kallir. Egon Schiele: Oeuvre Catalogue of the Paintings (New York: Crown). In slipcase
box 239, folder 1

Photography. 2001.

Scope and Contents note

Bernd and Hilla Becher. Framework Houses (Cambridge: MIT).
box 239, folder 2

Art and Architecture. 1943.

Scope and Contents note

Camille Pisarro. Letters to his Son Lucien (New York: Pantheon).
box 239, folder 3

Photography. 1990.

Scope and Contents note

Bernd und Hilla Becher. Hochofen (Munchen: Schirmer / Mosel). Article, postcard, checklist inserted
box 239, folder 4

Photography. 1997.

Scope and Contents note

Bernd and Hilla Becher. Mineheads (Cambridge: MIT).
box 239, folder 5

Photography. 1990.

Scope and Contents note

Bernd and Hilla Becher. Tipologie (Munchen: Schirmer / Mosel).
box 240, folder 1

Art and Architecture. 1990.

Scope and Contents note

Jean Prouv: Constructeur (Paris: Centre Georges Pompidou). Annotated. Paper slip inserted
box 240, folder 2

Art and Architecture. 1991.

Scope and Contents note

Max Ernst: das Rendezvous der Freunde (Koln: Museum Ludwig). Clipping inserted
box 240, folder 3

Art and Architecture. 1976.

Scope and Contents note

Francis Picabia (Paris: Centre Georges Pompidou). Signed by Sontag
box 240, folder 4

Photography. 1995.

Scope and Contents note

Thomas Kellein. Hiroshi Sugimoto: Time Exposed (London: Thames and Hudson).
box 240, folder 5

Photography. 1985.

Scope and Contents note

Rosalind Krauss and Jane Livingston. L'Amour Fou (New York: Abbeville). Annotated by Sontag. Paper slips and articles inserted
box 241, folder 1

Photography. 1986.

Scope and Contents note

Nan Goldin. The Ballad of Sexual Dependency (New York: Aperture). Articles and exhibit ephemera inserted
box 241, folder 2

Photography. 1989.

Scope and Contents note

Walker Evans. Havana (New York: Pantheon). Clipping and exhibit postcard inserted
box 241, folder 3

Photography. 1940.

Scope and Contents note

Paul Outerbridge. Photographing in Color (New York: Random House). Note card and postcard inserted. Spine tearing at top
box 241, folder 4

Photography. 1983.

Scope and Contents note

Robert Mapplethorpe. Lady Lisa Lyon (New York: Viking). Inscribed by Mapplethorpe to Sontag. Articles and clippings inserted
box 241, folder 5

Photography. 1990.

Scope and Contents note

Bruce Weber. Bear Pond (s.l.: Bullfinch).
box 241, folder 6

Photography. 1976.

Scope and Contents note

Richard Avedon. Portraits (New York: Farrar, Straus & Giroux). Inscribed by Avedon to Sontag. Clippings, articles, photo inserted
box 242, folder 1

Photography. 1972.

Scope and Contents note

Diane Arbus (New York: Aperture). Annotated by Sontag. Prints, articles, clippings, and exhibit ephemera inserted
box 242, folder 2

Photography. 1974.

Scope and Contents note

Andr Kertsz. J'Aime Paris (New York: Grossman).
box 242, folder 3

Photography. 1993.

Scope and Contents note

Annie Leibovitz. Photographs (New York: Pantheon / Rolling Stone Press). Postcard and clipping inserted
box 242, folder 4

Art and Architecture. 1951.

Scope and Contents note

The Dada Painters and Poets: an Anthology (New York: Wittenborn Schultz). Signed by Sontag. Article and paper slips inserted. Cover damaged. Pages slightly warped
box 242, folder 5

Art and Architecture. 1968.

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El Lissitzky: Life, Letters, Text (London: Thames and Hudson). Clipping inserted
box 243, folder 1

Art and Architecture. 1982.

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Benedetto Gravagnuolo. Adolf Loos: Theory and Works (New York: Rizzoli). Clippings, receipt, and bookmark with message included
box 243, folder 2

Photography. 1983.

Scope and Contents note

The Work of Atget, Vol. 3 (New York: Museum of Modern Art). Clippings, exhibit ephemera, and articles inserted
box 243, folder 3

Photography. 1985.

Scope and Contents note

The Work of Atget, Vol. 4 (New York: Museum of Modern Art).
box 244, folder 1

Photography. 1993.

Scope and Contents note

Bernd and Hilla Becher. Gas Tanks (Cambridge: MIT). Exhibit flyer inserted
box 244, folder 2

Photography. 1981.

Scope and Contents note

The Work of Atget, Vol. 1 (New York: Museum of Modern Art).
box 244, folder 3

Photography. 1982.

Scope and Contents note

The Work of Atget, Vol. 2 (New York: Museum of Modern Art). Article and letter in between Vol. 2 and Vol. 1. (Letter in Box 91, Folder 1)
box 245, folder 1

Art and Architecture. 1983.

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Yves Klein (Paris: Centre Georges Pompidou). Articles, clippings, exhibit ephemera, and postcard inserted. (Postcard in Box 145, Folder 34)
box 245, folder 2

Photography. 1970.

Scope and Contents note

E.J. Bellocq: Storyvills Portraits (New York: Museum of Modern Art). Article, gallery pamphlet, and print control strips inserted
box 245, folder 3

Photography. 1989.

Scope and Contents note

Bruce Weber (New York: Knopf). Article and book postcard inserted
box 246, folder 1

Photography. 1953.

Scope and Contents note

Karl Blossfeldt. Urformen der Kunst (Berlin: Ernst Wasmuth).
box 246, folder 2

Art and Architecture. 1986.

Scope and Contents note

Andrew Robison. Piranesi: Early Architectural Fantasies (Chicago: University of Chicago). Article inserted
box 246, folder 3

Art and Architecture. 1990.

Scope and Contents note

Richard Kendall, ed. Monet by Himself (Boston: Bullfinch). Pamphlet inserted
box 247, folder 1

Art and Architecture. 1987.

Scope and Contents note

The Archimboldo Effect (New York: Abbeville). Articles and clipping inserted
box 247, folder 2

Art and Architecture. 1992.

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Guimard (Paris: Runion des muses nationaux). Notepaper and exhibit pamphlet inserted
box 247, folder 3

Art and Architecture. 1952.

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A. Hyatt Mayor. Giovanni Battista Piranesi (New York: H. Bittner). Signed and annotated by Sontag. Paper slip inserted
box 247, folder 4

Art and Architecture. 1986.

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Pontus Hulten. Futurismo and Futurismi (Milano: Bompiani). Pages slightly warped and stained at bottom edge.
box 248, folder 1

British Literature. 1893.

Scope and Contents note

The Hamilton and Nelson Papers, Vol. 1 (London: Strangeways for Private Circulation).
box 248, folder 2

British Literature. 1894.

Scope and Contents note

The Hamilton and Nelson Papers, Vol. 2 (London: Strangeways for Private Circulation).
box 248, folder 3

Photography. 1937.

Scope and Contents note

Leni Riefenstahl. Schoenheit im Olympischen Kampf (Berlin: Deutschen). Card markers inserted. Pages 280-281 damaged
box 248, folder 4

Photography. 1929.

Scope and Contents note

Karl Blossfeldt. Urformen der Kunst (Berlin: Ernst Wasmuth).
box 249, folder 1

Photography. 1916.

Scope and Contents note

Arnold Genthe. The Book of the Dance (New York: Mitchell Kennerley).
box 249, folder 2

Art and Architecture. 1993.

Scope and Contents note

Richard Kendall. Degas Landscape (New Haven: Yale). Articles inserted
box 249, folder 3

British Literature. 1905.

Scope and Contents note

J.T. Herbert Baily. Emma, Lady Hamilton (London: W.G. Menzies). Letter from Larry McMurtry inserted (now in Box 91, Folder 38)
box 249, folder 4

Art and Architecture. 1976.

Scope and Contents note

Annamaria Negro Spina. L'Incisione Napoletana Dell'Ottocento (Napoli: Societa' Editrice Napoletana). Annotated. In slipcase. Paper slips inserted.
box 250, folder 1

Art and Architecture. 1981.

Scope and Contents note

Hermann G. Pundt. Schinkels Berlin (Frankfurt: Propylaen). Article inserted
box 250, folder 2

Art and Architecture. 1980.

Scope and Contents note

Michael Baxandall. The Limewood Sculptors of Renaissance Germany (New Haven: Yale). Annotated. Paper slips, articles, postcard, and pamphlet inserted. (Postcard in Box 145, Folder 34)
box 250, folder 3

Art and Architecture. 1978.

Scope and Contents note

John Wilton-Ely. The Mind and Art of Giovanni Battista Piranesi (London: Thames and Hudson).
box 250, folder 4

Art and Architecture. 1964.

Scope and Contents note

Il Palazzo della Ragione di Padova (Venezia: Neri Pozza). Clipping inserted
box 251, folder 1

Photography. 1978.

Scope and Contents note

Robert Frank. The Americans (New York: Aperture). Publisher's solicitation inserted
box 251, folder 2

French Literature. 1926.

Scope and Contents note

Paul Valery. Lettre un Ami; dition orne par E. Carlge (Paris: Capitole).
box 251, folder 3

French Literature. 1977.

Scope and Contents note

Henri-Pierre Roch. Victor (Marcel Duchamp): Roman (Paris: Roch, Clair, Lebeer-Hossmann). Signed by Sontag
box 251, folder 4

Asian Literature. 1986.

Scope and Contents note

Kenneth Yasuda. Masterworks of the No Theatre (Bloomington: Indiana University). Article inserted
box 251, folder 5

Art and Architecture. 1978.

Scope and Contents note

Rem Koolhaas. Delirious New York (New York: Oxford University Press). Articles, clippings, letter, and paper slips inserted. (Letter in Box 140, Folder 16)
box 251, folder 6

Photography. 1990.

Scope and Contents note

Richard Misrach. Desert Cantos (Albequerque: University of New Mexico).
box 252, folder 1

French Literature. 1975.

Scope and Contents note

Andr Breton. Le Cadavre Exquis, Son Exaltation (Milano: Arturo Schwarz). Signed by Sontag
box 252, folder 2

French Literature. 1956?.

Scope and Contents note

Stphane Mallarme. Un Coup de Des Jamais N'Abolira le Hasard (s.l.: Tiber Press). Signed by Sontag. Clippings and articles inserted
box 252, folder 3

Dance, Theatre, and Music. 1955.

Scope and Contents note

Richard Buckle. In Search of Diaghilev (London: Sidgwick and Jackson). Article inserted
box 252, folder 4

Art and Architecture. 1948.

Scope and Contents note

Erwin Panofsky. Albrecht Durer, Vol. 1 (New Jersey: Princeton). Clipping inserted
box 252, folder 5

Art and Architecture. 1948.

Scope and Contents note

Erwin Panofsky. Albrecht Durer, Vol. 2 (New Jersey: Princeton). Dust jacket damaged
box 252, folder 6

Art and Architecture. 1962.

Scope and Contents note

James Byam Shaw. The Drawings of Domenico Tiepolo (Boston: Book & Art Shop). Article and clipping inserted
box 253, folder 1

History. 1972.

Scope and Contents note

Lonard de Vries. Les Folles Inventions du XIXime Sicle (Paris: Plante).
box 253, folder 2

Art and Architecture. 1968.

Scope and Contents note

Herta Wescher. Collage (New York: Abrams). Signed by Sontag. Paper slip inserted. Pages stained at bottom right corner
box 253, folder 3

Art and Architecture. 1981.

Scope and Contents note

Bruno Passamani. Fortunato Depero (Trento: Comune di Roverto). Warping and staining on top edge of pages
box 253, folder 4

Art and Architecture. 1984.

Scope and Contents note

Martin Butlin and Evelyn Joll. The Paintings of J.M.W. Turner: Text (New Haven: Yale). Article inserted
box 254, folder 1

Photography. 1998.

Scope and Contents note

Andreas Gursky. Fotografien 1984 Bis Heute (Munchen: Schirmer/Mosel). Signed by Gursky. Article inserted
box 254, folder 2

Art and Architecture. 1978.

Scope and Contents note

Giuseppe Fiocco. The Frescoes of Mantegna (Oxford: Phaidon). Articles inserted
box 254, folder 3

Art and Architecture. 1976.

Scope and Contents note

Kenneth Clark. The Drawings of Sandro Botticelli for Dante's Divine Comedy (New York: Harper and Row). Articles, notes, and paper slip inserted
box 255, folder 1

Photography. 1971.

Scope and Contents note

Paul Strand: a Retrospective Monograph, the Years 1915-1946 (New York: Aperture). Articles and exhibit pamphlet inserted
box 255, folder 2

Dance, Theatre, and Music. 1930?.

Scope and Contents note

Rene Fullop-Miller and Joseph Gregor. The Russian Theatre (Philadelphia: J.B. Lippincott).
box 255, folder 3

Art and Architecture. 1965.

Scope and Contents note

Arnold Hauser. Mannerism, Vol. 1: Text / Mannerism, Vol. 2: Plates (New York: Knopf). Annotated. Two volumes in slipcase. Clipping and paper slips inserted
box 256, folder 1

Art and Architecture. 1973.

Scope and Contents note

Damie Stillman. The Decorative Work of Robert Adam (London: Academy Editions). Annotated. Articles, clippings, and pamphlet inserted
box 256, folder 2

History. 1958.

Scope and Contents note

Henri Frankfort. The Art and Architecture of the Ancient Orient (England: Penguin).
box 256, folder 3

Art and Architecture. 1972.

Scope and Contents note

Giovanni Battista Piranesi. The Polemical Works (England: Gregg).
box 256, folder 4

Art and Architecture. 1955.

Scope and Contents note

Goya: The Frescos in San Antonio de la Florida (New York: Albert Skira). In slipcase
box 257, folder 1

Art and Architecture. 1929?.

Scope and Contents note

L'Art International d'Aujourd'hui, Vol. 14: Objets Usuels; Prsent par Jean Fouquet (Paris: Charles Moreau). Loose plates in portfolio
box 257, folder 2

Art and Architecture. 1929?.

Scope and Contents note

L'Art International d'Aujourd'hui, Vol. 10: Le Verre; Prsent par Louis Barillet (Paris: Charles Moreau). Loose plates in portfolio
box 257, folder 3

Art and Architecture. 1929?.

Scope and Contents note

L'Art International d'Aujourd'hui, Vol. 13: Sculpture; Prsent par Joel Martel (Paris: Charles Moreau). Loose plates in portfolio
box 258, folder 1

Art and Architecture. 1929?.

Scope and Contents note

L'Art International d'Aujourd'hui, Vol. 16: Bijoux et Orfvrerie; Prsent par Jean Fouquet (Paris: Charles Moreau). Loose plates in portfolio
box 258, folder 2

Art and Architecture. 1929?.

Scope and Contents note

L'Art International d'Aujourd'hui, Vol. 9: Le Mtal; Prsent par Jean Prouv (Paris: Charles Moreau). Loose plates in portfolio
box 258, folder 3

Art and Architecture. 1929?.

Scope and Contents note

L'Art International d'Aujourd'hui, Vol. 12: Publicit; Prsent par A.-M. Cassandre (Paris: Charles Moreau). Loose plates, some color printed, in portfolio
box 259, folder 1

Art and Architecture. 1929?.

Scope and Contents note

L'Art International d'Aujourd'hui, Vol. 2: Grandes Constructions; Prsent par Rob Mallet-Stevens (Paris: Charles Moreau). Loose plates in portfolio
box 259, folder 2

Art and Architecture. 1929?.

Scope and Contents note

L'Art International d'Aujourd'hui, Vol. 1: Grandes Constructions; Prsent par Rob Mallet-Stevens (Paris: Charles Moreau). Loose plates in portfolio
box 259, folder 3

Art and Architecture. 1929?.

Scope and Contents note

L'Art International d'Aujourd'hui, Vol. 3: Maisons d'Habitations; Prsent par Alphonse Barrez (Paris: Charles Moreau). Loose plates in portfolio
box 260, folder 1

Art and Architecture. 1972.

Scope and Contents note

Johann Joachim Winckelmann. Writings on Art (London: Phaidon). Signed and annotated by Sontag. Articles and paper slip inserted
box 260, folder 2

Art and Architecture. 1977.

Scope and Contents note

Hendrik Goltzius. The Complete Engravings and Woodcuts, Vol. 1 (New York: Abaris Books). Signed by Sontag. Clipping and articles inserted
box 260, folder 3

Art and Architecture. 1977.

Scope and Contents note

Hendrik Goltzius. The Complete Engravings and Woodcuts, Vol. 2 (New York: Abaris Books). Signed by Sontag. Errata page, article, clipping, and paper slip inserted
box 260, folder 4

Art and Architecture. 1984.

Scope and Contents note

Martin Butlin and Evelyn Joll. The Paintings of J.M.W. Turner: Plates (New Haven: Yale).
box 261, folder 1

Art and Architecture. 1982.

Scope and Contents note

Canaletto: Disegni, Dipinti, Incisioni (Vicenza: Neri Pozza). Clipping inserted
box 261, folder 2

Art and Architecture. 1977.

Scope and Contents note

The Architecture of the Ecole des Beaux-Arts (New York: Museum of Modern Art). Article inserted
box 261, folder 3

Photography. 1979.

Scope and Contents note

Storia d'Italia, Annali 2: L'Immagine Fotografica di Carlo Bertelli e Giulio Bollati (Torino: Giulio Einaudi). Paper slips inserted
box 261, folder 4

Photography. 1979.

Scope and Contents note

Storia d'Italia, Annali 2: L'Immagine Fotografica di Carlo Bertelli e Giulio Bollati, Tomo Secondo (Torino: Giulio Einaudi). Paper slips inserted. Annotated
box 262, folder 1

History. 1957.

Scope and Contents note

Reinhard Lullies and Max Hirmer. Greek Sculpture (New York: Abrams). Notes by Sontag and Philip Rieff inserted
box 262, folder 2

History. 1967.

Scope and Contents note

Margaret Bieber. The Sculpture of the Hellenistic Age (New York: Columbia). Signed by Sontag. Clippings inserted
box 263, folder 1

Art and Architecture. 1990.

Scope and Contents note

Vincent van Gogh: Paintings / Drawings (Milan: Mondadori). Two volumes in slipcase
box 264, folder 1

Photography. 1988.

Scope and Contents note

Richard Misrach. Photographs: 1975-1987 (Tokyo: Gallery Min). Exhibit ephemera inserted
box 264, folder 2

Art and Architecture. 1991.

Scope and Contents note

Rembrandt: der Meister und Seine Werkstatt; Gemalde / Zeichnungen und Radierungen (Munchen: Schirmer / Mosel). Two volumes in slipcase. Post-it, receipt, exhibit ticket and pamphlet inserted
box 265, folder 1

Photography. 1991.

Scope and Contents note

Annie Leibovitz. Photographs (New York: Harper Collins). Signed by Leibovitz. In slipcase
box 265, folder 2

Art and Architecture. 1979.

Scope and Contents note

Ville Giardini e Paesaggi del Veneto (Milano: Polifilo). Prospectus, notes, and letter with attached text included. (Letter in Box 144, Folder 28)
box 266, folder 1

Art and Architecture. 1981.

Scope and Contents note

Siegfried Wichmann. Japonisme (New York: Harmony Books). Articles and postcard inserted
box 266, folder 2

Photography. 1993.

Scope and Contents note

Sebastiao Salgado. Workers (New York: Aperture). Booklet included. Article inserted
box 267, folder 1

Art and Architecture. 1945.

Scope and Contents note

Fragonard Drawings for Ariosto (New York: Pantheon). Paper slip inserted
box 267, folder 2

Art and Architecture. 1987.

Scope and Contents note

Eugene Delacroix (Zurich: Kunsthaus). Card and clippings inserted (card in Box 141, Folder 22)
box 267, folder 3

Photography. 1992.

Scope and Contents note

Richard Misrach. Violent Legacies: Three Cantos; fiction by Susan Sontag (New York: Aperture).
box 268, folder 1

Photography. 1979.

Scope and Contents note

Lisette Model (New York: Aperture). Articles and publisher's letter to reviewer inserted
box 268, folder 2

Art and Architecture. 1979.

Scope and Contents note

Paris-Moscou: 1900-1930 (Paris: Centre Georges Pompidou).
box 268, folder 3

Art and Architecture. 1933.

Scope and Contents note

Nils G. Wollin. Gravures Originales de Desprez (Malmo: John Kroon). 2nd copy, not in box. Photocopy of catalog card inserted. Some pages loose
box 269, folder 1

French Literature. 1963.

Scope and Contents note

Eugne Atget and Marcel Proust. A Vision of Paris (New York: Macmillan). Clippings inserted
box 269, folder 2

French Literature. 1966.

Scope and Contents note

Boyhood Photos of J.H. Lartique (Switzerland: Ami Guichard). Clipping inserted. In slipcase
box 330, folder 1

Dance, Theatre, and Music. 1986.

Scope and Contents note

Lincoln Kirstein. Quarry: a Collection in Lieu of Memoirs (Pasadena: Twelvetree Press). Inscribed by author. Letter from Larry McMurtry inserted (letter in Box 138, Folder 1)
box 330, folder 2

Dance, Theatre, and Music. 1986.

Scope and Contents note

Lincoln Kirstein. Quarry: a Collection in Lieu of Memoirs (Pasadena: Twelvetree Press). Inscribed by author to Sontag. Articles and clippings inserted
box 330, folder 3

Art and Architecture. 1964.

Scope and Contents note

Marcel Duchamp. Not Seen and/or Less Seen (Houston: Museum of Fine Arts).
box 330, folder 4

Art and Architecture. 1966.

Scope and Contents note

The Almost Complete Works of Marcel Duchamp (London: Arts Council). Spine damaged
box 330, folder 5

Photography. 1970.

Scope and Contents note

Avedon (Minnesota: Minneapolis Institute of the Arts). Annotated by Sontag. Booklet and loose leaves in portfolio. Postcard and exhibit brochure with notes inserted (postcard in Box 80, Folder 45)
box 330, folder 6

Photography. 1976.

Scope and Contents note

Brassai. The Secret Paris of the 30's (New York: Pantheon). Signed by Sontag. Article and exhibit ephemera inserted
box 330, folder 7

Photography. 1975.

Scope and Contents note

Mildred Constantine. Tina Modotti: a Fragile Life (New York: Paddington). Annotated. Articles, paper slip, and exhibit ephemera inserted
box 331, folder 1

Photography. 1990.

Scope and Contents note

Sebastiao Salgado. An Uncertain Grace (New York: Aperture). Article and publisher's envelope inserted.
box 331, folder 2

Art and Architecture. 1987.

Scope and Contents note

Marcel Duchamp. Etant Donns (Philadelphia: Philadelphia Museum of Art). Clippings and article laid on cover
box 331, folder 3

Art and Architecture. 1978.

Scope and Contents note

Piranesi: Incisioni, Rami, Legature, Architetture (Vicenza: Neri Pozza). Annotated. Paper slips and letter from print dealer inserted (letter in Box 140 Folder 16)
 

Series 18: Photographs 1933-2004

Scope and Contents note

Photographic materials from the 2012 Accession. Includes early childhood and family, public activity, travel, film productions, and Sarajevo.
box 337, folder 1

. 1933-1951.

Scope and Contents note

Early childhood and family photos. Folder 1 of 3. 48 photos.
box 337, folder 2

. 1933-1951.

Scope and Contents note

Early childhood and family photos. Folder 2 of 3. 32 photos; includes snapfolio containing 15 photos of Susan Sontag as an infant and young girl.
box 337, folder 3

. 1933-1951.

Scope and Contents note

Early childhood and family photos. Folder 3 of 3. 8 photos.
box 337, folder 4

. 1945 April.

Scope and Contents note

Susan Sontag and family in Tuscon, Arizona. 2 photos.
box 337, folder 5

. 1945-1947.

Scope and Contents note

Sontag family in Tuscon, Arizona. 9 photos.
box 337, folder 6

. no date [ca. 1940s].

Scope and Contents note

Susan Sontag, school portraits. 5 photos, 1 beige pocket pack.
box 337, folder 7

. no date [ca. 1948].

Scope and Contents note

Susan Sontag high school portrait, North Hollywood. Matted portrait photo in folio.
box 337, folder 8

. no date.

Scope and Contents note

Mildred Sontag in film about Armenia. 1 photo.
box 337, folder 9

. 1952.

Scope and Contents note

Susan Sontag with son David Rieff age 2 weeks. 3 photos.
box 337, folder 10

. 1952.

Scope and Contents note

David Rieff age 1 month, with Philip Rieff, grandparents, and nurse. 14 photos.
box 337, folder 11

. 1952.

Scope and Contents note

David Rieff age 6 weeks, with Rieff family. 5 photos.
box 337, folder 12

. 1952 November.

Scope and Contents note

David Rieff age 2 months. 10 items: 4 black and white photographs, 6 negatives.
box 337, folder 13

. 1953 January.

Scope and Contents note

David Rieff age 4 months. 13 negatives.
box 337, folder 14

. 1953 February.

Scope and Contents note

David Rieff age 5 months. 8 negatives.
box 337, folder 15

. 1953 March.

Scope and Contents note

Susan Sontag with son David Rieff age 6 months, and Philip Rieff. 1 photo.
box 337, folder 16

. 1953 August.

Scope and Contents note

David Rieff age 11 months, with Philip Rieff. 1 photo.
box 337, folder 17

. 1953 January.

Scope and Contents note

Susan Sontag in front of bookshelf. 2 photos.
box 337, folder 18

. 1954 January.

Scope and Contents note

David Rieff age 16 months, with Rieff family [?]. 6 photos.
box 337, folder 19

. 1954 February.

Scope and Contents note

Susan Sontag with son David Rieff age 17 months, and Philip Rieff. 3 photos.
box 337, folder 20

. 1954 February.

Scope and Contents note

Susan Sontag and son David Rieff age 17 months. 4 negatives.
box 337, folder 21

. 1954 July.

Scope and Contents note

Susan Sontag with son David Rieff age 22 months, and Philip Rieff. Front yard, Channcy and Garden St., Cambridge. 8 photos.
box 337, folder 22

. 1954 September 28.

Scope and Contents note

David Rieff on second birthday, with cake. 4 photos.
box 337, folder 23

. 1953.

Scope and Contents note

David Rieff age 1 year, with Philip Rieff. 1 photo.
box 337, folder 24

. no date [ca. 1954].

Scope and Contents note

Susan Sontag and son David Rieff. 1 photo.
box 337, folder 25

. 1955 July.

Scope and Contents note

Susan Sontag with son David Rieff, age 2 years 9 months, and mother Mildred Sontag in inflatable pool and outside sculpture museum. Cambridge. 26 photos.
box 337, folder 26

. 1955 September 28.

Scope and Contents note

David Rieff on third birthday, with cake. 4 photos.
box 337, folder 27

. 1957-1959.

Scope and Contents note

David Rieff, various with Philip Rieff, school friends. 11 photos.
box 337, folder 28

. no date [ca. 1950s].

Scope and Contents note

Susan Sontag with son David Rieff and unidentified others [family?]. 3 photos.
box 337, folder 29

. 1954 December.

Scope and Contents note

Susan Sontag with son David Rieff, age 2 years 3 months, and Rieff family. 7 photos, 1 envelope.
box 337, folder 30

. 1958[?].

Scope and Contents note

Susan Sontag, seated in front of Roman [?] classical column and ruins. 1 photo.
box 337, folder 31

. no date [ca. 1960s].

Scope and Contents note

David Rieff, smiling close up. 1 photo.
box 337, folder 32

. no date [ca. 1960s].

Scope and Contents note

David Rieff, passport photos. 2 photos, 1 beige Photomaton folio.
box 337, folder 33

. no date [ca. 1960s].

Scope and Contents note

David Rieff on beach, with Susan Sontag and Marie Irene Fornes. [France?]. 14 photos, 7 negatives, 1 French Agfa photo envelope, and 1 Osram photo pamphlet in French.
box 337, folder 34

. no date.

Scope and Contents note

David Rieff [?] in Japanese garb, seated in front of shrine with 3 other young girls. 1 photo.
box 337, folder 35

. no date [ca. 1960s].

Scope and Contents note

Susan Sontag, close-up portrait. 1 photo.
box 337, folder 36

. 1959 November.

Scope and Contents note

Susan Sontag, posed with 11 unidentified others [faculty?], New York. 1 photo.
box 337, folder 37

. no date.

Scope and Contents note

Susan Sontag at New School For Social Research and Authors League of America conference [?], including various portraits. 4 black and white contact sheets.
box 337, folder 38

. 1967 April 4.

Scope and Contents note

Susan Sontag, California driver's license. 1 driver's license with photo.
box 337, folder 39

. 1968.

Scope and Contents note

Susan Sontag with sunglasses and notepad in front of building ruins. 1 photo.
box 337, folder 40

. no date.

Scope and Contents note

Susan Sontag in striped pants and turtleneck, reclining; seated at table with unidentified woman. 2 photos.
box 337, folder 41

. no date [ca. 1950s].

Scope and Contents note

Susan Sontag with son David Rieff, in park with snow. 1 photo.
box 337, folder 42

. no date [ca. 1958?].

Scope and Contents note

Susan Sontag in apartment and other locales in Paris. 5 photos.
box 337, folder 43

. 1966.

Scope and Contents note

David Rieff in Peru. 16 photos.
box 337, folder 44

. 1967.

Scope and Contents note

Susan Sontag in Washington Square Park, New York. 2 photos and 1 black and white contact sheet; photos by Jerry Bauer.
box 337, folder 45

. 1961 June.

Scope and Contents note

Susan Sontag with mother Mildred Sontag in Venice, Italy. 3 photos.
box 337, folder 46

. 1966 September.

Scope and Contents note

Susan Sontag with son David Rieff in Venice, Italy. 1 photo.
box 337, folder 47

. no date [ca. late 1950s].

Scope and Contents note

Susan Sontag, portrait, eyes downcast. 1 photo.
box 337, folder 48

. no date [ca. late 1950s].

Scope and Contents note

Susan Sontag in park with snow. 1 photo.
box 337, folder 49

. no date [ca. 1960s].

Scope and Contents note

Susan Sontag, walking with sunglasses, looking down; blurred. 1 photo.
box 337, folder 50

. 1963.

Scope and Contents note

Susan Sontag and Peter Hujar, photobooth. 1 photomat filmstrip with 4 images.
box 337, folder 51

. no date [ca. 1960s].

Scope and Contents note

Susan Sontag, portraits. 1 black and white contact sheet.
box 337, folder 52

. 1970.

Scope and Contents note

Susan Sontag and Peter Hujar, set of Duet For Cannibals, Lincoln Center, New York. 1 photo, by Fred W. McDarrah.
box 337, folder 53

. 1971 October 30.

Scope and Contents note

Susan Sontag at Vietnam sit-in, Berkeley. 1 photo, by Fred W. McDarrah.
box 337, folder 54

. no date [ca. 1970s].

Scope and Contents note

Susan Sontag with John Lennon and Yoko Ono, and others. 1 photo, by Daniel Angeli.
box 337, folder 55

. 1977 June.

Scope and Contents note

Susan Sontag, Berkeley Writer's Conference. 1 photo.
box 337, folder 56

. 1976.

Scope and Contents note

Susan Sontag, lying on back with hands behind head. 1 postcard; photo by Peter Hujar.
box 337, folder 57

. 1978 May 17.

Scope and Contents note

Susan Sontag polaroid portraits, Paris. 2 polaroid photos, by Sepp Horvath.
box 337, folder 58

. no date [ca. 1970s].

Scope and Contents note

David Rieff with dog, close-up. 2 photos.
box 338, folder 1

. no date [1981?].

Scope and Contents note

Susan Sontag shaking hands with unidentified man. 1 photo.
box 338, folder 2

. 1985 September.

Scope and Contents note

Susan Sontag at restaurant garden in New York. 1 photo.
box 338, folder 3

. no date [1981?].

Scope and Contents note

Susan Sontag with Hua Ren and unidentified man. 1 photo.
box 338, folder 4

. 1981 April.

Scope and Contents note

Susan Sontag with Hua Ren, Shanghai. 1 photo.
box 338, folder 5

. 1980 August.

Scope and Contents note

Susan Sontag, seated and smiling, Port of Spain. 1 photo.
box 338, folder 6

. 1983.

Scope and Contents note

Susan Sontag, portraits. 6 photos, by Sophie Bassouls; includes mail envelope.
box 338, folder 7

. 1989.

Scope and Contents note

Susan Sontag, interview at Albright college. 2 black and white contact sheets; includes 2 pages of correspondence dated May 3, 1989, from interviewer John R. Pankratz [sp?]
box 338, folder 8

. 1989.

Scope and Contents note

Susan Sontag and unidentified man; from Biddle Lecture. 2 photos, by Dorothy Alexander; includes 1 sheet of correspondence from Nancy Schoenberger, executive director of the Academy of American Poets, dated March 10, 1989.
box 338, folder 9

. no date [ca. 1980s?].

Scope and Contents note

Susan Sontag and son David Rieff, polaroids of professional shoot. 19 photos.
box 338, folder 10

. no date [ca. 1990s?].

Scope and Contents note

Susan Sontag in New York, skyline with World Trade Center in background. 3 photos.
box 338, folder 11

. no date [ca. 1990s?].

Scope and Contents note

Susan Sontag, portrait. 3 photos.
box 338, folder 12

. no date [ca. 1990s].

Scope and Contents note

Susan Sontag at passport photo center. 1 photo.
box 338, folder 13

. no date [ca. 1980s?].

Scope and Contents note

Susan Sontag portrait, seated with legs crossed, head resting on right hand. 1 photo.
box 338, folder 14

. no date [ca. 1990s?].

Scope and Contents note

Susan Sontag on boat with 2 unidentified men. 1 photo.
box 338, folder 15

. no date [ca. 1990s?].

Scope and Contents note

Susan Sontag in bedroom holding stone [?], face obscured by shadow. 1 photo.
box 338, folder 16

. 1990 December.

Scope and Contents note

Susan Sontag in Honolulu, kneeling in front of statue; with unidentified man and woman. 2 photos.
box 338, folder 17

. 1990.

Scope and Contents note

Susan Sontag with unidentified others in Berlin, Germany for cinema retrospective. 8 photos; 6 photos by Ekko von Schwichow; includes 1 sheet of correspondence from Joachim, dated December 1, 1990.
box 338, folder 18

. no date [ca. 1990s].

Scope and Contents note

Susan Sontag and Salman Rushdie seated at conference [?] panel. 1 photo, by Dominique Nabakov.
box 338, folder 19

. 1987 October.

Scope and Contents note

Susan Sontag with Nadine Gordimer unidentified others; verso reads "Hugo and Sarah's Wedding." 1 photo.
box 338, folder 20

. no date [ca. 1990s?].

Scope and Contents note

Susan Sontag with Annie Leibovitz and unidentified others on the Nile river. 13 photos; includes two polaroids of Egyptian pyramids taken by Annie Leibovitz.
box 338, folder 21

. no date [ca. 1990s?].

Scope and Contents note

Susan Sontag portrait, side view, arms folded. 1 photo, by Gerard Rondeau.
box 338, folder 22

. no date [ca. 1990s?].

Scope and Contents note

Susan Sontag portrait, close-up, chin resting on left hand. 1 photo, by Dorothy Alexander.
box 338, folder 23

. 1991.

Scope and Contents note

Susan Sontag with David Rieff, Joan Didion, Christopher Hitchens, Roger Straus and others at party for David Rieff. 12 photos; includes correspondence from Sachi Broch de Rothermann dated October 2, 1991.
box 338, folder 24

. 1992 August 27.

Scope and Contents note

Susan Sontag, smiling close-up. 1 photo; includes correspondence from Sachi Broch de Rothermann dated November 18, 1992.
box 338, folder 25

. 1992 November.

Scope and Contents note

Susan Sontag with unidentified others in Talicsen West, AZ. 1 photo; includes correspondence note from Dr. Joseph F. Rorke.
box 338, folder 26

. 1994.

Scope and Contents note

Susan Sontag with David Rieff, Sachi Broch de Rothermann, Richard Straus and others. 10 photos; includes correspondence from Sachi Broch de Rothermann dated November 15, 1994.
box 338, folder 27

. no date [ca. 1990s?].

Scope and Contents note

Susan Sontag with sister Judith, photo shoot in wooded park. 14 photos.
box 338, folder 28

. no date [ca. 1990s?].

Scope and Contents note

Susan Sontag standing in apartment. 1 polaroid photo.
box 338, folder 29

. no date [ca. 1990s?].

Scope and Contents note

Susan Sontag with unidentified others. 3 photos, by Jakub Ostalowski.
box 338, folder 30

. no date [ca. 1990s?].

Scope and Contents note

Susan Sontag at table with unidentified others on birthday, with cake. 6 polaroid photos.
box 338, folder 31

. 1993.

Scope and Contents note

Susan Sontag seated at table with Inge Feltrinelli, Gunther Grass and unidentified others. 3 photos; includes correspondence note from Inge Feltrinelli dated 7- 6-93, and Italian invitation to the opening celebration of new Feltrinelli bookstore in Florence, Italy.
box 338, folder 32

. 1993 April.

Scope and Contents note

Susan Sontag with David Rieff and others in Sarajevo, Bosnia. 7 photos; see also Series 9, Bosnia Involvement.
box 338, folder 33

. 1993 July.

Scope and Contents note

Susan Sontag with Annie Leibovitz and others in Sarejavo, Bosnia, for the staging of "Waiting for Godot." 14 photos; some photographs possibly by Annie Leibovitz; see also: Box 340, and Series 9 Bosnia Involvement.
box 338, folder 34

. 1995 December.

Scope and Contents note

Sachi Broch de Rothermann with husband. 1 photo; includes correspondence from Sachi Broch de Rothermann dated December 1995.
box 338, folder 35

. 1995 July.

Scope and Contents note

Susan Sontag with Gluhic family. 2 photos; see also Gluhic family materials, Box 106-107.
box 338, folder 36

. no date [ca. 1995].

Scope and Contents note

Susan Sontag seated in parked truck in the desert. 7 photos.
box 338, folder 37

. no date [ca. 1990s?].

Scope and Contents note

Susan Sontag portrait, reclining, right hand resting on forehead. 1 photo.
box 338, folder 38

. no date [ca. 1990s?].

Scope and Contents note

Susan Sontag with unidentified group. 1 photo.
box 338, folder 39

. no date [ca. 1990s?].

Scope and Contents note

Susan Sontag on boat in New York, skyline with World Trade Center in background. 1 photo; includes correspondence note from Kathryn MacLeod Schafer.
box 338, folder 40

. no date [ca. 1990s?].

Scope and Contents note

Susan Sontag at ceremony [?] with Nadine Gordimer, Richard Straus and unidentified others. 2 photos.
box 338, folder 41

. 1998 March.

Scope and Contents note

Susan Sontag giving lecture in Mexico; with Carlos Fuentes and others. 5 photos; includes 2 pages of correspondence from John Maxim [sp?] datede 27 March 1998; descriptive notes on verso of photos.
box 338, folder 42

. 1999.

Scope and Contents note

Susan Sontag receiving medal at award ceremony. 2 photos; includes correspondence note from Barney [sp?] dated 10/10/99.
box 338, folder 43

. 2000 February 29.

Scope and Contents note

Susan Sontag with her Italian translator Paolo Dilonardo. 1 photo, by Rick DeWitt; typed descriptive note on verso of photo.
box 338, folder 44

. no date [ca. 2000s].

Scope and Contents note

Susan Sontag with Annie Leibovitz and others in New York. 1 photo.
box 338, folder 45

. no date.

Scope and Contents note

Susan Sontag's writing desk [?]. 2 photos.
box 338, folder 46

. no date.

Scope and Contents note

Clippings, photographs of Susan Sontag printed in various articles. 3 items; includes image clipping of Susan Sontag being arrested in New York City on December 5, 1967, photographed by Fred W. McDarrah.
box 338, folder 47

. no date.

Scope and Contents note

Polaroids showing wall of photographs of Susan Sontag. 6 polaroid photos; used for publication[?]
box 338, folder 48

. no date [ca. 1990s?].

Scope and Contents note

Susan Sontag reclining on bed, hands behind head. 1 photo on card stock.
box 338, folder 49

. no date.

Scope and Contents note

Judith [Sontag?] 50th birthday. 27 photos.
box 338, folder 50

. no date [1983?].

Scope and Contents note

Rehearsal of ballet production "Available Light" choreographed by Lucinda Childs. 18 slides, by Ken Probst.
box 338, folder 51

. no date.

Scope and Contents note

Miscellaneous. 6 photos.
box 339, folder 1

. no date [ca. 1969].

Scope and Contents note

Susan Sontag in Sweden on the set of her film "Duet for Cannibals." 23 photos.
box 339, folder 2

. no date [ca. 1969].

Scope and Contents note

Film stills, "Duet for Cannibals." Folder 1 of 2. 56 photos; see also Series 6, Writings and other works.
box 339, folder 3

. no date [ca. 1969].

Scope and Contents note

Film stills, "Duet for Cannibals." Folder 2 of 2. 44 photos; see also Series 6, Writings and other works.
box 339, folder 4

. 1970 August-September.

Scope and Contents note

Susan Sontag in Sweden on the set of her film "Brother Carl," including film stills. 21 photos; typed production information fixed to verso of most photos.
box 339, folder 5

. 1970.

Scope and Contents note

Film stills, "Brother Carl." Folder 1 of 2. 61 photos; includes 2 typed pages of numbered sequences and stills; see also Box 69-70.
box 339, folder 6

. 1970.

Scope and Contents note

Film stills, "Brother Carl." Folder 2 of 2. 33 photos; see also Box 69-70.
box 340, folder 1

. no date [1993].

Scope and Contents note

Susan Sontag, David Rieff and others; views of life and hardships in Sarejevo, Bosnia. 57 photos; see also Box 338 folder 33, and Series 9 Bosnia Involvement.
box 340, folder 2

. no date [1993].

Scope and Contents note

Susan Sontag and others in Sarajevo, Bosnia for the staging of "Waiting for Godot." 51 photos, by Annie Leibovitz [?]; see also Box 338 folder 33, and series 9 Bosnia Involvement.
box 341, folder 1

. 1991-2002.

Scope and Contents note

Susan Sontag portraits. 5 CDs of digital image files; all photos by Annie Leibovitz.
box 351, folder 1

. no date [ca. 1960s].

Scope and Contents note

Susan Sontag standing, reading in front of seated audience. 1 matted photo, by Diana J. Davies.
box 351, folder 2

. no date [ca. 1960s].

Scope and Contents note

Susan Sontag with Leo Castelli. 1 photo, by Bob Adelman; includes correspondence note from Leo Castelli.
box 351, folder 3

. no date.

Scope and Contents note

Susan Sontag seated portrait, legs crossed, head resting on right hand. 1 photo.
box 351, folder 4

. no date.

Scope and Contents note

Susan Sontag reclining portrait, right hand resting on forehead, eyes downcast. 2 photos.
 

Series 19: Personal Papers 1951-2003

Scope and Contents note

Materials from the 2012 Accession related to Sontag's personal life. Includes agendas and calendars, notes, financials, and travel documents. May include some correspondence and other material collected by and related to Sontag's Works and Public Activity.
box 346, folder 16

. 1957, 1961, no date.

Scope and Contents note

Typed and holograph notes, clippings from folder labeled "PR article - emotional technicians." Ca. 30 items; includes correspondence.
box 346, folder 17

. 1957-1985, no date.

Scope and Contents note

Typed and holograph notes, memos, clippings. Ca. 70 items.
box 346, folder 18

. 1954-2002, no date.

Scope and Contents note

Typed and holograph notes and memos, including contacts and clippings. Ca. 100 items.
box 346, folder 19

. no date.

Scope and Contents note

Holograph notes, pages torn from various legal notepads. Ca. 60 pages.
box 347, folder 1

. ca. 1965-2000.

Scope and Contents note

Typed and holograph notes and memos, including contacts, clippings, and business cards. Folder 1 of 4. Ca. 200 items.
box 347, folder 2

. ca. 1965-2000.

Scope and Contents note

Typed and holograph notes and memos, including contacts, clippings, and business cards. Folder 2 of 4. Ca. 200 items.
box 347, folder 3

. ca. 1965-2000.

Scope and Contents note

Typed and holograph notes and memos, including contacts, clippings, and business cards. Folder 3 of 4. Ca. 200 items.
box 347, folder 4

. ca. 1965-2000.

Scope and Contents note

Typed and holograph notes and memos, including contacts, clippings, and business cards. Folder 4 of 4. Ca 200 items.
box 348, folder 1

. 1947-1950.

Scope and Contents note

Holograph list of names titled "The Bi's Progress" [list of lovers?]. 1 page.
box 348, folder 2

. 1966 May 18.

Scope and Contents note

Recommendation letter for Sontag signed Robert Wohlforth. 2 pages.
box 348, folder 3

. 1963-1967.

Scope and Contents note

Correspondence and other material related to Guggenheim Fellowship. 6 items.
box 348, folder 4

. no date.

Scope and Contents note

Invitation to Christmas party hosted by Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis. 1 item.
box 348, folder 5

. no date [ca. 1966].

Scope and Contents note

List of films, alphabetical by director [A-K], typed with holograph notes. 24 pages.
box 348, folder 6

. no date.

Scope and Contents note

Holograph list of writers, artists, critics, teachers, and more. 1 page.
box 348, folder 7

. no date.

Scope and Contents note

Leather pocket address book.
box 348, folder 8

. no date.

Scope and Contents note

Color drawing titled "Japanese Invasion Fleet." Possibly made by Susan Sontag as a child.
box 348, folder 9

. no date.

Scope and Contents note

Hand drawn and colored Easter card "To Mommy." Possibly from David Rieff to Susan Sontag.
box 348, folder 10

. no date.

Scope and Contents note

Happy Birthday envelope with Calvin Klein ad clippings, from Harriet [Sohmers Zwerling?]. 3 items.
box 348, folder 11

. 1967 May 29.

Scope and Contents note

Will of Susan Sontag. 4 pages.
box 348, folder 12

. 1980.

Scope and Contents note

Holograph note in heart-shaped frame, from Adriana Asti.
box 348, folder 13

. no date.

Scope and Contents note

Handwritten prayers, in Hebrew and English. 1 page.
box 348, folder 14

. 1987.

Scope and Contents note

Will of Mildred Sontag; includes legal correspondence. 16 pages.
box 348, folder 15

Travel. 1961 April 21.

Scope and Contents note

United States Passport issued 1961.
box 348, folder 16

Travel. 1951.

Scope and Contents note

Transatlantic French Line passenger list. Susan Sontag listed as Mrs. Philip Rieff.
box 348, folder 17

Travel. 1965.

Scope and Contents note

France, London, and Morocco; itineraries, tickets, receipts. 10 items.
box 348, folder 18

Travel. 1966.

Scope and Contents note

France; receipts, stubs and holograph notes. 21 items.
box 348, folder 19

Travel. 1973.

Scope and Contents note

China; receipts and tickets. Ca. 40 items.
box 348, folder 20

Travel. 1973.

Scope and Contents note

Air France vaccination card.
box 348, folder 21

Travel. no date.

Scope and Contents note

France; holograph notes. Ca. 20 items.
box 348, folder 22

Travel. no date [ca. 2000?].

Scope and Contents note

France; clippings, notes, and collected materials. Ca. 40 items.
box 348, folder 23

Travel. 1998-2001.

Scope and Contents note

Trip itineraries, including Italy, London, Canada. Ca 25 pages.
box 349, folder 1

Calenders and datebooks. 1975.

Scope and Contents note

Miniature calendar memos. Folder 1 of 4. Ca. 200 items.
box 349, folder 2

Calenders and datebooks 1976.

Scope and Contents note

Miniature calendar memos. Folder 2 of 4. Ca. 200 items.
box 349, folder 3

Calenders and datebooks 1990-1991.

Scope and Contents note

Miniature calendar memos. Folder 3 of 4. Ca. 200 items.
box 349, folder 4

Calenders and datebooks 1966, 1968-1969.

Scope and Contents note

Miniature calendar memos. Folder 4 of 4. Ca. 100 items.
box 349, folder 5

Calenders and datebooks 1958, 1974.

Scope and Contents note

Datebooks. 2 items.
box 350, folder 1

Financials. 1950.

Scope and Contents note

Checking account statement, South East National Bank of Chicago; includes checks. 11 items.
box 350, folder 2

Financials. 1958-1966.

Scope and Contents note

Tax records, moving expenses, bills; includes checks and statements. Ca. 50 items.
box 350, folder 3

Financials. 1960-1965.

Scope and Contents note

Tax records, bills, housing, royalties; includes correspondence, checks and statements. Ca. 100 items.
box 350, folder 4

Financials. 1962.

Scope and Contents note

Chase Bank account book.
box 350, folder 5

Financials. 1963-1965.

Scope and Contents note

Bills, housing agreement, bank statements; includes checks. Ca. 50 items.
box 350, folder 6

Financials. 1965-1966.

Scope and Contents note

Royalty statements from publisher Farrar, Straus & Giroux, Inc.; includes checks and correspondence. 10 items.
box 350, folder 7

Financials. 1965-1966.

Scope and Contents note

Royalty statements and lecture honorariums; includes correspondence. 15 iems.
box 350, folder 8

Financials. 1954-1963.

Scope and Contents note

Bills, expenses, receipts, statements; includes checks. Ca. 20 items.
box 350, folder 9

Financials. 1976.

Scope and Contents note

Lititgation fees; includes checks and corresondence. 5 items.
box 350, folder 10

Financials. 1984 May 29.

Scope and Contents note

Social Security earnings through 1983; includes correspondence. 1 page.
box 350, folder 11

. 2005.

Scope and Contents note

Materials related to Sontag's funeral in France; including floral cards and notes, attendance and cost lists. Ca. 20 items.
box 350, folder 12

David Rieff material. 1962.

Scope and Contents note

Custody and visitation rights over David Rieff. 4 pages.
box 350, folder 13

David Rieff material. 1966-1968.

Scope and Contents note

New Lincoln School; includes correspondence, evaluations, financials. 25 items.
box 350, folder 14

David Rieff material. 1971-1972.

Scope and Contents note

Amherst college acceptability statement; Dog transfer statement. 2 items.
box 350, folder 15

David Rieff material. no date [ca. 1950s].

Scope and Contents note

Holograph letter to "grandpa." 1 item.
box 352, folder unknown container

Medical files. 1962-2004.

Scope and Contents note

Material related to Sontag's medical care, insurance and procedures. 5 folders; includes black binder of hospital material from Seattle, 2004.
 

Series 20: Digital Materials 1992-2005

Physical Description: 7.7 Gigabytes(64,461 digital files )

Restrictions on Access

Per the donor's estate request, certain digital files containing private family information are restricted until December 2044. Other files that contain sensitive medical information, personally identifiable information, and software program files have been restricted in perpetuity pending curatorial review.
Access to digital materials is available on-site in the Special Collections reading room. Requests to access born-digital materials must be made at least 2 days in advance. Once request has been made, please confirm viewing arrangements with Special Collections staff.

Processing Information

The UCLA Library Special Collections received the digital material from the donor's estate on two external hard-drives. These external hard-drives contained the files from her computers, rather than the computers themselves, so no disk images were made.
In 2018, CFPRT scholars under the supervision of Shira Peltzman embarked on a reprocessing project that focused on born-digital materials of the Sontag papers. The files processed during that period were amended to the previous structure.
Digital files and emails were processed together using FTK 6.0.3.5 and exported separately. Reports presenting original file paths for restricted and deleted material were also exported using FTK 6.0.3.5.
Material was scanned for Personally Identifiable Information (PII) and other sensitive information using Forensic Toolkit version 6.0.3.5. Files containing PII and/or sensitive information have been permanently restricted in accordance with federal regulations and/or UCLA Library Special Collections privacy policies. Additionally, some files have been restricted according to the donor's request. These files will be made public in 2044.
Duplicates between computers have been kept to demonstrate the work strategies of the author. Similar documents placed on different hardware might contain slight differences, which further informed our decision to preserve duplicates of working files.
Email files found in the Electronic Messages folder were further processed in ePADD 6.0 using the resulting files. Due to technical and encoding issues, some email messages and attachments were not imported correctly. These instances have been documented and the original files still exist. Duplicate messages and files were deleted by ePADD and noted in the log. All files are represented in the file list.
Files were normalized for preservation and access using Archivematica version 1.7. Archivematica preservation formats are all open standards.

Scope and Content

The Digital Materials series represents the contents of four of Sontag's computer hard drives and Sontag's email client including emails received to and sent from multiple email addresses, which were acquired as a part of the 2012 addition to the Sontag archive. Included is Sontag's email correspondence, both personal and professional in nature; photographic material related to family, public activity, travel, film productions, and Sarajevo; and personal material. The personal material includes agendas, calendars and itineraries; notes; financial, medical and travel documents; lists of favorite words, books, and films; lists of hotels, restaurants, museums, and other destinations, arranged geographically; music files; and reproductions of various genres of artwork. Also included are speeches written for and notes to Annie Leibovitz, and biographies and personal statements written for Sontag's son, David Rieff.
Email correspondence, organized by Sontag into many folders, includes personal and professional conversations, travel arrangements, news blasts, political commentary, and condolences received after Sontag's death in 2004.
Material related to Sontag's writings includes notes, research, and finished and unfinished drafts for Sontag's works of fiction and non-fiction, essays, op-ed pieces, plays, screenplays, and theatre and film directing, notably In America, The Volcano Lover, and Regarding the Pain of Others. Also included are correspondence and drafts related to comments, blurbs, and reviews written by Sontag about others' work; introductions for various novels and anthologies; and notes and correspondence regarding corrections to publishers' proofs and translations. Material about Susan Sontag includes writings, interviews, biographies, biographical blurbs and author statements of varying length; bibliographies; and foreign and domestic publication histories. Material related to Sontag's public and political activity includes correspondence, lecture material, acceptance speeches, letters of recommendation, and other items related to Sontag's public life, which included appearances, trips, institutional involvement, awards/honors/grants/fellowships applied for and received, event invitations, and mentorship roles. Also included are correspondence, drafts of statements and speeches, public letters, political essays, and other material related to Sontag's political activism; material pertaining to Sontag's trips to Sarajevo for the staging of Waiting for Godot and her involvement in human rights and arts activities in Bosnia; and material relating to Sontag's PEN membership and term as PEN president.
Formats include Word documents (.doc), email files (.eml); various graphics formats (.jpeg; .gif).
File list available on request. For information about the file list please contact Library Special Collections.

Physical Characteristics and Technical Requirements

SERIES CONTAINS DIGITAL MATERIALS: Access to digital materials is available onsite in the Special Collections Reading Room. All requests to access digital materials must be made in advance using the request button located on this page.
Laptop Reading Room laptop

Digital Files 1992-2005

 

Series 21: Judith Cohen papers circa 1907-2009

Scope and Content

This series represents the 2014 acquisition of the Judith Cohen papers. Judith Cohen was Susan Sontag's sister, and her papers overlap with the rest of the collection both in scope and specifically in content. The papers are comprised of correspondence, family photographs, articles and clippings, travel and medical documentation, and personal ephemera. Articles and clippings comprise almost half of the papers and involve Susan Sontag primarily, though David Rieff, Philip Rieff, Annie Leibovitz, and Judith's own writings are also represented. All materials were collected by Judith Cohen.

Physical Characteristics and Technical Requirements

SERIES CONTAINS AUDIOVISUAL AND DIGITAL MATERIALS: Special equipment or further processing may be required for viewing.

Restrictions on Access

SERIES CONTAINS AUDIOVISUAL AND UNPROCESSED DIGITAL MATERIALS: Special equipment or further processing may be required for viewing. All requests to access special collections materials must be made in advance using the request button located on this page.
 

Subseries 21.1: Correspondence 1950-2006

Scope and Content

Primarily includes correspondence between Susan and Judith, though Susan's and Judith's personal correspondence are also included, as are a small number of Annie Leibovitz's letters.
box 354, folder 1-4

Judith and Susan 1950-2003

box 354, folder 5

Susan with parents 1950s

box 354, folder 6

Susan regarding Bei Ling 2000

box 354, folder 7

Susan regarding talks and symposia 1964

box 354, folder 8

Judith regarding publication of Susan's diaries 2006

box 354, folder 9

Judith with David Rieff 2004

box 354, folder 10

Judith with Gail Ainsworth (Maui Community College) 1999

box 354, folder 11

Judith with Paul Holdengraber (director, LACMA Institute for Arts and Cultures) 2000

box 354, folder 12

Judith miscellaneous emails 1999-2006

box 354, folder 13

Annie Leibovitz regarding John Lennon and Yoko Ono portrait at Muckenthaler Cultural Center 1990

box 354, folder 14

Annie Leibovitz with David Rieff 2004

box 354, folder 15

Annie Leibovitz with Judith and Morrie Cohen circa 2004

 

Subseries 21.2: Photographs circa 1907-2004

Scope and Content

Photographic material includes family photographs, portraits and photographs of Susan Sontag, and early photographs of Mildred and Nathan Sontag.
box 355, folder 1

Mildred Sontag (early photographs) circa 1907-1928

box 355, folder 2

Mildred and Jack Rosenblatt 1934

box 355, folder 3

Nathan Sontag [circa 1920]-1960s

box 355, folder 4

Mildred and Nathan Sontag marriage certificate (Sonora, Mexico) 1945

box 355, folder 5

Charles Jacobson (Mildred's father) 1945

box 355, folder 6

Susan and Judith as children 1930s

box 355, folder 7

Family photographs 1930s

box 355, folder 8-9

Family photographs 1940s

box 355, folder 10

Group photograph at Waldorf Astoria hotel 1940s

box 355, folder 11

Family photographs 1950s

box 355, folder 12

Family photographs 1960s-1970s

box 355, folder 13

Family photographs 1970s-1990s

box 355, folder 14

Mounted family photographs 1930s-1970s

box 355, folder 15

Portraits of Susan 1980-[circa 1990]

box 355, folder 16

"Judith and Jennifer on hunt with Nicole and her sister in France" 1988

box 355, folder 17

Trip to Lanai undated

box 355, folder 18

Judith and Susan in Venice circa 1990s

box 355, folder 19

Leibovitz property in upstate New York 1999-2000

box 355, folder 20

LA Festival of Books 2000

box 355, folder 21

Susan NYC apartment 1988-2002

box 355, folder 22

Judith and Susan in Europe (Paris, Berlin) 2002

Physical Characteristics and Technical Requirements

Includes 3 picture DVDs.
CONTAINS DIGITAL MATERIALS: Special equipment or further processing may be required for viewing. Materials will require assessment and may need further processing for safe access.
box 355, folder 23

"DTLA Luncheon" circa 2000

box 355, folder 24

Susan with Patti Smith, Annie Leibovitz and others circa 2000

box 355, folder 25

Susan and Judith circa 2000

box 355, folder 26

Annie Leibovitz with her children 2001-2006

box 355, folder 27

Portraits of Susan (printouts) 1960s-2000s

box 355, folder 28

Portrait collage of Susan (printout) circa 2000

box 355, folder 29

Gluhic family with Susan undated

box 355, folder 30

Jennifer Cohen at Gramercy Park Hotel 2004

box 355, folder 31

Untitled photograph, possibly Annie Leibovitz at White House 1990s

box 355, folder 32

Susan final portrait 2004

box 363, folder 1

David Rieff author photo contact sheets (by Annie Leibovitz) undated

 

Subseries 21.3: Articles and Clippings 1960s-2009

Scope and Content

Articles and clippings have been gathered from magazines and newspapers and involve Susan Sontag primarily, though David Rieff, Philip Rieff, Annie Leibovitz, and Judith's own writings are also represented.
box 356, folder 1

Articles by Sontag 1960s

box 356, folder 2

Articles by Sontag 1970s

box 356, folder 3

Articles by Sontag 1980s

box 356, folder 4

Articles by Sontag 1990

box 356, folder 5

Articles by Sontag 2000s

box 357, folder 1

Articles about Sontag 1960s

box 357, folder 2-3

Articles about Sontag 1970s

box 357, folder 4

Articles about Sontag 1980s

box 358, folder 1, box 357, folder 5

Articles about Sontag 1990s

box 358, folder 2-5

Articles about Sontag 2000s

box 359, folder 1

Articles by Judith Cohen 1977

box 359, folder 2-3

Articles by David Rieff 1970s-2007

box 359, folder 4

Articles about David Rieff circa 2008

box 359, folder 5

Articles about Philip Rieff 1967-2007

box 359, folder 6

Articles about Annie Leibovitz 1991-2009

box 359, folder 7

Issue of LIFE with image of Judith and nanny 1962 August 17

box 359, folder 8

Miscellaneous articles gathered by Judith 1970s-2000s

 

Subseries 21.4: Sontag Career Materials 1988-2005

Scope and Content

Materials pertain to lectures, talks, and symposia; prizes and awards; and publicity activities involving Susan Sontag, as well as typescript reproductions of various works.

Physical Characteristics and Technical Requirements

SUB-SERIES CONTAINS DIGITAL MATERIALS: Special equipment or further processing may be required for viewing. All requests to access special collections materials must be made in advance using the request button located on this page.
box 360, folder 1

Event pamphlets featuring Sontag circa 2000

box 360, folder 2

Jerusalem prize information 2001

box 360, folder 3

In America book tour 2000

box 360, folder 4

PEN Toasts 1988: PEN hosts quote booklet 1988

box 360, folder 5

Fredenspreis Award acceptance speech typescript 2003-2005

box 360, folder 6

Alice in Bed typescript circa 1993

box 360, folder 7

Drafts for "Pilgrimage" and "Wagner's Fluids" undated

box 360, folder 16

"Waiting for Godot in Sarajevo" film undated

Physical Characteristics and Technical Requirements

1 DVD (105 min.)
Special equipment or further processing may be required for viewing. All requests to access special collections materials must be made in advance using the request button located on this page.
box 363, folder 3

Posters for lectures at NYU and Montclair State College 1988, 2002

 

Subseries 21.5: Sontag Illness and Memorial 2004-2006

Scope and Content

Materials related to Susan Sontag's final illness, passing, and memorial.
box 362, folder 1-3

Hospitalization and treatment documentation (Seattle) 2004

box 362, folder 4

Consolation cards and letters addressed to Judith 2004-2005

box 362, folder 5

Judith correspondence regarding Susan's death and memorial 2004-2006

box 362, folder 6

Obituary draft and final 2004-2005

box 362, folder 7

Articles and tributes regarding Sontag's death 2005

box 362, folder 8

Judith travel itinerary to Paris for memorial 2005

box 362, folder 9

Memorial booklets 2005

 

Subseries 21.6: Personal Materials circa 1956-2007

Scope and Content

Includes materials gathered by or pertaining to Judith Cohen, including travel preparations, notes, and personal ephemera.

Physical Characteristics and Technical Requirements

SERIES CONTAINS DIGITAL MATERIALS: Special equipment or further processing may be required for viewing. To access digital materials you must notify the reference desk in advance of your visit.
box 360, folder 8

Susan and Judith trip to Europe: research and itineraries 2002

box 360, folder 9

Judith trip to Italy: research and itinerary 1987-1988

box 360, folder 10

Judith trip to Los Angeles: itinerary and travel documents 2000

box 360, folder 11

Judith trip to New York: correspondence and itinerary 2006

box 360, folder 12

Judith travel diary circa 1956

box 360, folder 13

Pamphlets and museum guides 1999-2002

box 360, folder 14

Miscellaneous materials 1977-2005

Scope and Content

Includes handwritten notes and a typed page by Cohen, an issue of "Film Quarterly," a copy of the script for the play "Accomplice" (by Rupert Holmes), and various printouts.
box 363, folder 2

Paint sketch portrait of David Rieff 1956

box 360, folder 15

Letter and compact disc, "Das Konzert November 1989" 1990

Physical Characteristics and Technical Requirements

1 CD.
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box 361, folder 1

Mildred Sontag's address book undated

box 361, folder 2

Joseph Brodsky Nobel Prize acceptance speech, typescript facsimile 1987

box 361, folder 3

Library of Congress "Women Who Dare" calendar, featuring Susan Sontag 2007

box 361, folder 4

Fassbinder Foundation newsletter and book, "Chaos as Usual: Conversations about Rainer Werner Fassbinder" 1997, 2004

box 361, folder 5

"Susan" undated

Physical Characteristics and Technical Requirements

1 VHS.
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box 361, folder 6

"Susan Book TV" undated

Physical Characteristics and Technical Requirements

1 VHS.
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box 361, folder 7

Land (1975-2002) by Patti Smith 2002

Scope and Content

Liner notes include quotation by Susan Sontag.

Physical Characteristics and Technical Requirements

2 CDs.
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box 364

Layout sheets for the book "A Photographer's Life, 1990-2005" by Annie Leibovitz circa 2005

boxes 365-366

Books 1908-2008

Scope and Content

These books come from the library of Judith Cohen and are largely books by Susan Sontag, inscribed to Judith by the author. Also included are books by Annie Leibovitz and David Rieff, as well two readers, which were likely used by Susan in school.
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