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--- Folder of correspondence relating to American Fiction in Finland.
--- Ephemera relating to Down These Mean Streets a Man Must Go: Raymond Chandler's Knight.
--- Folder of miscellaneous notes, drafts, and other material comprising part of the research for Down These Mean Streets a Man Must Go: Raymond Chandler's Knight.
--- Folder of excerpts of correspondence from Raymond Chandler to James Sandoe, sent to Philip Durham by Dorothy Gardiner, in relation to research for Down These Mean Streets a Man Must Go: Raymond Chandler's Knight. Attached is a typescript note from Dorothy Gardiner to Philip Durham.
--- Folder of correspondence relating to Down These Mean Streets a Man Must Go: Raymond Chandler's Knight.
--- Down These Mean Streets a Man Must Go: Raymond Chandler's Knight. One copy noted Index first rough copy (with notes).
Group of materials for the exhibit on the Negro cowboy at the University Research Library, UCLA.
--- Correspondence with Hamish Hamilton relating to Raymond Chandler's Killer in the Rain. London: Hamish Hamilton, 1964.
Correspondence, notes, and ephemera relating to The Negro Cowboys.
Ex libris Philip Durham.
-Durham, Philip, et al. The Adventures of the Negro Cowboys. New York/Toronto/London, Bantam Books c. 1969.
-Durham, Philip. Prelude to the Constable Edition of Melville. Reprinted from The Huntington Library Quarterly. vol.21, no.3 (). May 1958
- Instructor's Manual for Harbrace College Reader. Fifth edition and advertisement.
-Durham, Philip, et al. The West: From Fact to Myth. Catalogue of an exhibit in the UCLA Library. September 20-October 24, 1967.
-Science Research Associates.
Old Two Toes.
The Remarkable Bill Pickett.
Additions, August 1982
Files from Philip Durham's office, listed by folder title.
-Academic disciplines. Folklore and mythology (VI-E).
-Academic disciplines. Philosophy (VI-B).
-Academic disciplines. Political science (VI-D).
-Academic disciplines. Religion (VI-C).
-Advertising with Western motifs (not listed on cards) (VIII-Other).
-Facts. Chinese in the West (V-5).
-Facts. Cowboys and raching, old time (V-B).
-Facts. Newspapers in the West (V-R).
-Literary. Booksellers' information (IV-I).
-Literary. Isolated subjects within Western fiction (IV-E).
-Literary. Songs and poems (cowboys). IV-H.
-National Foundatin on the Arts and Humanities (NFAH). September 1969.
-Ev's notes (Everett Jones).
-Phil's notes (Philip Durham).
-Salinas Rodeo, Notes and miscellaneous. 1965.
-Checklist (Western myth).
-Notes re myth.
-Notebook. Articles and clippings re Westerns.