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box 1, folder 1

Lady Ottoline [Morrell]. Bellingdon Land, Chesnam, Buck[inghamshire], 13 January 1915.

box 1, folder 2

Lady Ottoline [Morrell]. Greatham, Pulborough, Sussex, n.d. Wednesday, [? 17 February 1915].

box 1, folder 3

Lady Ottoline Morrell. Greatham, Pulborough, Sussex, [22 February 1915].

box 1, folder 4

Lady Ottoline [Morrell]. Greatham, Pulborough, Sussex, (First half of the letter written and signed by Frieda Lawrence.) n.d. [Late February 1915].

box 1, folder 5

Lady Ottoline [Morrell]. Greatham, Pulborough, Sussex, n.d. Thursday, [? March 1915].

box 1, folder 6

Lady Ottoline [Morrell]. Greatham, Pulborough, Sussex, n.d. Saturday night, [? March 1915].

box 1, folder 7

[Lady Ottoline Morrell]. N.p., (Last page of letter.) n.d. [? March 1915].

box 1, folder 8

Lady Ottoline [Morrell]. Greatham, Pulborough, Sussex, Good Friday, [2 April 1915.

box 1, folder 9

Layd Ottoline [Morrell]. Greatham, Pulborough, Sussex, Tuesday, [20] April 1915.

box 1, folder 10

[Philip Edward] Morrell. Greatham, Pulborough, Sussex, Tuesday, [20 April 1915].

box 1, folder 11

Lady Ottoline [Morrell]. Greatham, Pulborough, Sussex, 23 April 1915.

box 1, folder 12

Lady Ottoline [Morrell]. Greatham, Pulborough, Sussex, 5 May 1915.

box 1, folder 13

Lady Ottoline Morrell. Greatham, Pulborough, Sussex, (First half of the letter written by Frieda Lawrence.) [4 June 1915].

box 1, folder 14

Lady Ottoline [Morrell]. Greatham, Pulborough, Sussex, n.d. Friday, [? 4 June 1915].

box 1, folder 15

Lady Ottoline [Morrell]. Greatham, Pulborough, [Sussex], n.d. Tuesday, [8 June 1915].

box 1, folder 16

Lady Ottoline [Morrell]. 1 Byron Villas, Vale-of-Health, Hampstead, London, n.d., Sunday [? October 1915].

box 1, folder 17

Lady Ottoline [Morrell]. 1 Byron Villas, Vale-of-Health, Hampstead, London, 17 November 1915.

box 1, folder 18

Lady Ottoline [Morrell]. 1 Byron Villas, Vale-of-Health, Hamostead, London, 22 November 1915.

box 1, folder 19

Lady Ottoline [Morrell]. 1 Byron Villas, Vale-of-Health, Hapstead, London, 20 November 1915.

box 1, folder 20

[Lady Ottoline Morrell]. N.p., (Last page of a letter.) n.d. [? 3 December 1915].

box 1, folder 21

Lady Ottoline [Morrell]. 1 Byron Villas, Vale-[of-Health], Hampstead, 15 December 1915.

box 1, folder 22

[John] Beresford. c/o Mrs. Clarke, Grosvenor Rd., Ripley, Derbyshire, 24 December 1915.

box 1, folder 23

[John] Beresford. Porthcothan, St. Merryn, Padstow, Cornwall, 5 January 1916.

box 1, folder 24

Lady Ottoline [Morrell]. Porthcothan, St. Merryn, [Padstow], North Cornwall, n.d. Monday, [17 January 1916].

box 1, folder 25

Lady Ottoline [Morrell]. Porthcothan, St. Merryn, [Padstow], N. Cornwall, n.d. Monday, [31 January 1916].

box 1, folder 26

Cecil Gray. Tregerthen, [Cornwall], Sabato, n.d. [? January? 1917].

Container Summary: (Post card written in Italian.)
box 1, folder 27

Grey [Cecl Gray]. Zennor, St. Ives, Cornwall, 31 May 1917.

box 1, folder 28

Grey [Cecil Gray]. Zennor, St. Ives, Cornwall, 9 June 1917.

box 1, folder 29

[Cecil] Gray. Zennor, St. Ives, Cornwall, n.d., Thursday [? 14 June 1917].

box 1, folder 30

Cecil Gray. Tregerthen, [Cornwall], Wed[nesday], 11 July 1917.

Container Summary: (Post card.)
box 1, folder 31

[Cecil] Gray. Treterthen, [Cornwall], n.d., Monday [? 27 August 1917].

box 1, folder 32

[Cecil Gray]. Zennor, St. Ives, Cornwall, 12 October 1917.

box 1, folder 33

Grigio [Cecil Gray]. 32 Well Walk, Hampstead, [London] N.W. Wed[nesday], 17 October 1917.

box 1, folder 34

Cecil Gray. Hampstead, [London, N.W.] Friday, [19 October 1917].

Container Summary: (Post card.)
box 1, folder 35

Cecil Gray. 44 Mecklenburgh Sq. [London] W.C., n.d., Thesday, [23 October 1917].

Container Summary: (Post card.)
box 1, folder 36

[Cecil Gray?]. 44 Mecklenburgh Square, [London] W.C. 1, n.d., Monday [? 29 October 1917].

box 1, folder 37

Cecil Gray. 44 Mecklenburgh [Sq. London], Friday, 2 November 1917.

Container Summary: (Post card.)
box 1, folder 38

[Cecil Gray]. 44 Mecklenburgh Square [London] W.C. 1, n.d. [?7 November 1917].

box 1, folder 39

Cecil Gray. 44 Mecklenburgh [Sq., London], Friday, [9 November 1917].

Container Summary: (Post card.)
box 1, folder 40

[Cecil Gray]. 44 Mecklenburgh Square [London] W.C. 1, n.d., Tuesday, [? 4 December 1917].

box 1, folder 41

[Cecil Gray?]. Hermitage, Newbury, [Berkshire], n.d., [? January 1918].

box 1, folder 42

[Cecil Gray]. Hermitage, [nr. Newbury, Berkshire], n.d., Sunday, [? 20 January 1918].

box 1, folder 43

[Cecil] Gray. Chapel Farm Cottage, Hermitage, nr. Newbury, Berks]hire], n.d., Thursday, [? 7 February 1918].

box 1, folder 44

[Cecil Gray]. Chapel Farm Cottage, Hermitage, nr. Newbury, Berks[hire], 12 March 1918.

box 1, folder 45

Grigio [Cecil Gray]. Chapel Farm Cottage, Hermitage, nr. Newbury, Berks[hire], 18 April 1918.

box 1, folder 46

Grigio [Cecil Gray]. Chapel Farm Cottage, Hermitage, nr. Newbury, Berks[hire], 19 April 1918.

box 1, folder 47

[Cecil Gray?]. Mountain Cottage, Midaleton by Wirksworth, Derby[shire], 3 July 1918.

box 1, folder 48

Grigio [Cecil Gray]. Mountain Cottage, Middleton by Wirksworth, Derby[shire], 22 July 1918.

box 1, folder 49

[J.B.] Pinker. Chapel Farm Cottage, Hermitage, nr. Newbury, Berks[hire], 18 June 1919.

box 1, folder 50

Mrs. Helen Thomas. Chapel Farm Cottage, Hermitage, nr. Newbury, Berks[hire], 9 July 1919.

box 1, folder 51

Mrs. [Douglas] Goldring. c/o Mrs. Carswell, Holly Bush House, Holly Mount, Hampstead, [Lonodn] N.W. 3, 14 October 1919.

Container Summary: (Post cardO).
box 1, folder 52

Douglas Goldring. Hampstead, [London] Wed[nesday] night, 15 October 1919.

Container Summary: (Post card.)
box 1, folder 53

Douglas Goldring. 5 Acacia Rd. Hampstead, [London] N.W. 8, Wed[nesday], 5 November 1919.

Container Summary: (Post card).
box 1, folder 54

Douglas Goldring. 5 Acacia Rd. [Hampstead, London] N.W. 8, Thursday, 13 November 1919.

Container Summary: (Post card.)
box 1, folder 55

[John] Cournos. Villa Mirenda, Scandicci, Florence, Italy, 8 May 1926.

box 1, folder 56

[Maria Christina] Chambers. Villa Mirenda, Scandicci, Florence, Italy, 11 November 1927.

box 1, folder 57

[Charles] Wilson. Villa Mirenda, Scandicci, Florence, 5 December 1927.

box 1, folder 58

[Charles] Wilson. Villa Mirenda, Scandicci, Florence, 23 December 1927.

box 1, folder 59

[Maria Cristina] Chambers. Chalet Beau Site, Les Diablerets, Suisse (Vaud.), 18 Fevrier 1928.

box 1, folder 60

Arabella [Dorothy Yorke]. Kesselmatte, Gsteig b. Gstaad, (Bern), Switzerland, 4 August 1928.

box 1, folder 61

Arabella [Dorothy Yorke]. Kesselmatte, [Gsteig b. Gstaad, Switzerland], Friday [17 August 1928].

box 1, folder 62

[Maria Cristina] Chambers. Kesselmatte, Gsteig b. Gstaad, [Switzerland], 25 August 1928.

box 1, folder 63

[Maria Cristina] Chambers. [Kesselmatte, Gsteig b. Gstaad, Bern], Switzerland, 11 September 1928.

box 1, folder 64

[Maria Cristina] Chambers. Baden Saden [Germany, 26 September 1928.

box 1, folder 65

[Maria Cristina] Chambers. Bandol, Var, France, 28 December 1928.

box 1, folder 66

[P.R.] Stephensen. Hotel Principe Alfonso, Palma de Mallorca, Spain, Sat[urday], 18 May [1929].

box 1, folder 67

[Maria Cristina Chambers]. N.p., n.d. [Late June, 1929].

Container Summary: (A signed note.)
box 1, folder 68

A note to Lawrence from Maria Cristina and his answer. N.p., [Forte dei Marmi, Italy. n.d. Late June 1929.]

Container Summary: (Not signed.)
box 1, folder 69

[Maria Cristina Chambers]. Pensione Giuliani, Forte dei Marmi, [Italy. ? 6 July 1929].

Container Summary: (Post card.)
box 1, folder 70

Maria Cristina Chambers. Flrenze, Wed[nesday, 10 July 1929].

Container Summary: (Post card.)
box 1, folder 71

Maria Cristina [Chambers]. Firenze, n.d. [?14 July 1929].

box 1, folder 72

Maria Cristina Chambers. Baden Baden [Germany], Friday, [19 July 1929].

Container Summary: (Post card.)
box 1, folder 73

Maria Cristina [Chambers]. Ludwig-Wilhelmstift, Baden Baden, Germany, 22 July 1929.

box 1, folder 74

Maria Cristina [Chambers]. c/o Sig. G. Orioli, 6 Lungarno Corsini, Forlence, Italy, 23 August 1929.

box 1, folder 75

[John] Cournos. Rottach-[am-Tegernsee, Germany], 14 September [1929].

box 1, folder 76

[Charles] Lahr. Rottach-[am-Tegernsee, Germany], n.d., Saturday, [? 14 September 1929].

box 1, folder 77

[Maria Cristina Chambers]. N.p., (Note -- not signed.) n.d. [Fall, 1929].

box 1, folder 78

Notations principally about publishers to [Maria Cristina Chambers]. N.p., (Not signed). n.d. [Fall, 1929].

box 1, folder 79

Maria Cristina [Chambers]. Villa Veau-Soleil, Bandol, Var, France, 28 September 1929.

box 1, folder 80

Maria Cristina [Chambers]. Villa Beau-Soleil, Bandol, Var, France, 11 October 1929.

box 1, folder 81

Maria Cristina [Chambers]. Villa Beau-Soleil, Bandol, Var, France, 25 October 1929.

box 1, folder 82

Transcripts of D.H. Lawrence correspondence

box 2, folder 83

9 holograph poems signed by D.H. Lawrence. The Mowers; Green; All of Roses; Fireflies in the Corn; A Woman and Her Dead Husband; The Wind; The Rascal; Illicit; Birthday; The Mother of Sons. along with other material

Container Summary: Poems on 9 leaves consecutively written on tablet paper.
 

Holograph poem, unsigned. No title.

Container Summary: 1 leaf.

Scope and Contents note

1st line: Reach over, then, reach over across the chasm in the dark. Gift of Albert M. Bender, 1940.
 

Holograph poem, unsigned. no title.

Container Summary: 1 leaf,

Scope and Contents note

1st line: Traitors, oh liars, you Judas lot
On verso another[?] poem, list line: Are you pining to be superior? Gift of Albert M. Bender, 1940.
 

Holograph manuscript of the poem Guards! A Review in Hyde Park 1913. In two parts: The Crowd Watches and Evolutions of Soldiers. D. H. Lawrence From Bay C. W. Berd. Source unknown. One typescript of the same.

Container Summary: 1 leaf.

General note

All of the above D.H. Lawrence correspondence has been microfilmed.
 

Original typescript of Do Women Change?, with corrections made in ink by D.H. Lawrence. Gift of [Mr. and Mrs. Harley R. Carter?].

Container Summary: 7 leaves.
 

Holograph manuscript of the forward to Women in Love from the Hermitage, (This forward was suppressed before publication) 12 Sept. 1919

Container Summary: 1 leaf.

Immediate Source of Acquisition

Purchased 1935.
 

Photograph of D.H. Lawrence painting: Resurrection.

 

Trial and proof pages of first and second editions of Lady Chatterley's Lover.

Physical Location: (Located in Felton Glass Cabinet)
box 2, folder 84

Original typescript of Young Lorenzo by Ada Lawrence and G. Stuart Gelder with corrections made in ink. Purchased, 1954.

Container Summary: 173 leaves.

Scope and Contents note

Published by G. Orioli, Florence, Italy [1931]).
box 2, folder 85

Original manuscript of The Thimble,

Physical Location: in slip case.
Container Summary: 24 pages
box 2, folder 86

Typescripts of letter to Miss Chambers and Mr. Pinker.

box 2, folder 87

Original typescript of The Phoenix: His Life a Burning. By Mark Schorer, Lecture at Lawrence Exhibit in Bender Room. Oct. 30, 1908.

box 2, folder 88

Negative of D.H. Lawrence letter written to Lady Ottoline Morrell. Dec. 15, 1921

Scope and Contents note

Presentation slip from Frieda Lawrence to Mrs. Gordon Crotch. (found in copy of Lady Chatterley's Lover.)
 

Addenda, 1978

box 2, folder 89

Crayon portrait of D.H. Lawrence in colors on grey paper measuring 13 3/8 x 8 3/8, actual portrait 8 1/2 x 5 3/8 inches.

Scope and Contents note

Purchase from Seven Gables, NLC602, FJS, Jan 9 78. See reference file on more information.
box 2, folder 90

1. D.H. Lawrence, Irschenhausen, Bavaria, to Henry Savage, London, with ANS by Frieda von Richthofen, ...my whole working philosophy is that the only stable happiness for mankind is that it shall live married in blessed union to woman-kind... Frieda's ANS: Savage's writing style. With envelope, With envelope, 1913 Sep 4, 1913, Sep 5.

Container Summary: (2).
 

2. Frieda von Richthofen to Henry Savage, n.p. Richard Middleton, his suicide and relation to women. ...women should be satisfied to be and let the men do. We can do so much more that way. Lawrence, J.J. Rousseau. n.d. (c. Oct 1913)

Container Summary: ALS, 4 pp (4).
 

3. D.H. Lawrence, Lerici, Italy, to Henry Savage, London, with ANS by Frieda von Richthofen, With envelope, Lawrence and Frieda's imminent marriage. Condolences re Savage's mother's death. Imploring Savage to give up the Raynes Park literary milieu and writing. I think you ought to remain among books, but rather as a soldier of literature than a writer. Discusses Women in love, feelings for England. Frieda's ANS: death and Lawrence. 1914 May 7 1914 May 8.

Container Summary: 1 p (1).
box 2, folder 91

Erica Jong, N.Y. to Leo, np. D.H. Lawrence, ...the women's movement condemnation of him is rediculous. Birds, beasts, and flowers and Phoenix. 1973 Sep 29.

Container Summary: TLS,
box 3

Decorated case originally containing Lawrence letters