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Series I. Ford Madox Ford manuscripts [series]:
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AM: "A solis ortus cardine"
Poem, written in the trenches during WWI in a battle along the Somme River .

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AMS Account book of funds in the London and County Banking Co., Ltd.
Accounts Oct. 1, 1901-Jan. 24, 1906, in monogrammed pigskin notebook.

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AMS Account book of funds in the London City and Midland Bank, Ltd.
Accounts Jan. 1, 1906-Apr. 2, 1907, in monogrammed pigskin notebook.

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AMS Account book of funds in the London City & Midland Bank, Ltd.
Accounts Apr. 30, 1908-Jan. 11, 1909, in monogrammed pigskin notebooks.

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AMS Account book of funds in the London City & Midland Bank, Ltd
Accounts Jan. 18, 1909-June 14, 1910, in brown leather notebook.

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AMS Account book of funds with Messrs. Barclay & Co., Ltd.
Accounts Aug. 8, 1910-Aug. 19, 1915, in brown leather notebook.

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TM "Adeline and Oscar"
[Fragment, draft]Written in New York, a possible early version or variant of "Memories of Oscar Wilde". (Harvey D412)

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TM "Adversity' and "Birthday -song"
Written in London, two poems written under pseudonym "Fenil Haig".

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AM "Albade"
Not the "Albade" of the "Poems Written on Active Service". Written in Ballancourt, which the poem references twice, and dates from the biginning of Ford's liaison with Janice Biala.

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TM "The Alcestis of Euripides" freely adadpted for the modern stage.
Two versions; complete manuscript in paper wrapper, 52 leaves, and alternate adaption of the last half, 27 leaves. Commissioned by Nigel Playfair, but unpublished. (Harvey Cv[5])

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TM "The American Scene"
Possibly written in New York, this apparently unpublished manuscript contains a witty comparison of the New York and London literary scenes.

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TM "And even in Paradise devised ..."
Possibly written in New York, a "play" in which the names of the characters and snippets of dialogue are to be found by referencing a crossword puzzle at the top of the page. The dramatic personae are all characters from Old Testament mythology (Adam, Lillith, Satan). With some corrections.

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AM "And [of] halved agels with golden wings ..."
Fragment of two drafts of a short poem, written on the reverse side of a copy of "April Weather" by Mathilde Blind, in the hand of Ford.

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"Arms and the mind"
Printed facsimile of Ford's work of 1916 under the nom de plume "Miles Ignotus" and originally entitled "A Day of Battle", this essay is here published for the first time by "Esquire", v. 94, no.6, Dec. 1980, pp. 78-80.

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Army correspondence notebook.
Cardboard covered army issue notebook containing Ford's records of the regimental mess of which he was in carge, carbons of letter to his Commanding Officer and to C.F.G. Masterman. Also a carbon of the poem "Clair de lune" which was published in "On Heaven and Other Poems," 1918.

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TM [Article on the young American mid-western writers]
Carbon fragment, third page of a draft of an article or book on the subject of the crop of American writers coming out of the mid-west, specifically Chicago. With some corrections.

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TM [Article on wine]
Carbon fragment of pages 9-11 of one of Ford's many articles on wine. Probably one of the first articles which was published. With some corrections.

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AM "As a wounded hart ..."]
An early meditation on youthful love and a description of a summer excursior with the then Elsie Martindale. A 16 line poem is on the last page: "On Taplow lock the sun shines down ..."

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TM "As Thy Day"
Title when published became "Henry for Hugh". A few holograph corrections.

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TM "At the Caveau Roughe"
Draft. Title variant: "L'Interprete - au Caveau Rouge." Includes original and carbon copy of poem, with variant versions of subsection "Sonnet de Ronssard" and "Plaisir d'Amour." See Harvey A76 for notes on the textual changes occurring between this poem's publication in the 1931 "New English Poems" and as the V poem in "Buckshee" of the 1936 "Collected Poems."

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A & TM "At the Fairing"
Poem. Three versions: 2 typescript, one of which is titled "The Humble Chapman cries his wares at a Fairing" a third in Ford's hand. Apparently unpublished.

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TM "The Athens of the South"
Carbon copy of article on Nashville, Tenn. Identified by a note in Janice Biala's hand as having been published in "Vogue"; not in Harvey.

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TM [Autobiographical entry for includion in Georges Schrieber's "Portraits and Self Portraits"]
Carbon copy of a brief and witty summation of the author's life; written in Paris.

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TM [Autobiographical information]
Carbon copy of draft [?] of a summary of Ford's literary life, written in the third-person. Includes sreferences to Ford Madox Brown and Joseph Conrad as well as the publication history and reception of the author's writings.

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TM [Autocriticism concerning "The Rash Act"]
Draft of an article by Ford commenting upon his novel "The Rash Act", with holograph corrections in the author's hand. Published in "Week-end Review", Sept. 9, 1933.

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TM "Auto-plagiarism"
An article, detailing a minor scandal concerning two works by Conrad: "The Sisters, and Unfinished Story" and "The Arrow of Gold". Includes a synopsis of "The English Novel" for Lippincott's "The One Hour Series", which was published in 1929, and a list of books of collected poems by Ford.

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A & TM "Autumn"
A musical composition, the lyrics of which are typed in full on the first page.

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AM ["Bodurdoe and Gunter"]
Fragment. Possibly written in London, short story or part of a novel, probably unpublished. Not found in Harvey.

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AM "Books for Exchange II"
Fragment [?] of short esssay on Turgenev's [Turgeniev] "Sportsman's sketches".

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[Book on travel and authors}
Beginning pages of book. Dedication (to Olivia Shakespear) and Table of Contents ICh. II - Italy, Ch. IV - J.M. Whistler, Ch. VII - Burne Jones, Ch. IX - D.M. Rossetti) of an unpublished book.

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TM "Buckshee"
Fragment. Poem I. ("Aitchka") of the "Buckshee" sequence.

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TM "Cambridge on the Caboodle"
Carbon of a review of E.M. Forster's "Aspects of the Novel", with revisions apparently in Ford's hand.

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TM "The Case of Elizabeth Canning"
Written in Sussex, a retelling of an important eighteenth-century court case. The particulars of the story are taken from "The Trial of Elizabeth Canning, Spinster for Wilful & Corrupt Perjury...Monday the 29th of April to Wednesday the 8th of May 1754" from "The 1766 Edition of State Trials". With revisions in Ford's hand.

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AM "The Castle in Spain"
Poem, which appeared in different forms as "Castles in the Fog" in the "Daily Mail Books suppl.", Jan. 19, 1907, and as "Finchley Road" in "Songs from London", 1910. Harvey Ciii (4a)

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TM [Champetre] "Aichka Apificata
Draft of variant text of Poem VI of the "Buckshee" sequence.

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TM "Children's Song"
Incomplete poem. Harvey CIII (3)k; published in "The Face of Night" Removed and filed in box 15, folder 29, with "Poems and Little Plays"

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AMS "Chinese Music"
Written in Kent, two versions of an essay on Chinese music, one in Ford's hand (7 leaves), and one in Elsie Martindale Hueffer's hand (12 leaves + folder) Apparently unpublished.

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TM "Citizen or Subject"
Article on American and British notions of citizenry and justice. Enclosed in a folder from the Article Department, Brandt & Brandt, New York, and with revisions apparently in Ford's hand.

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TM "Citizen or subject: Why I shall never become an American citizen"
Carbon of an incomplete typescript, possibly a variant of Ford's published article of the same title.

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Clippings concerning personal life
Press clippings from the "Chicago Tribune" 91924, 1927), the "New York Herald" (1926, the "New York World" (192-?), and anoter unspecified New York publication (1930?) concerning Ford.

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AM ["Club Night"]
Poem, which appeared in a slightly different form in "Songs from London", 1910.

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AM/TM "Coda"
Fragments and drafts of "Coda" from the "Buckshee" sequence. Page 23 is written on verso of TLS to Ford from Theodor Bosanquet [?] ("Time and Tide"), April 14, 1936.

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TM "Coda"
Fragments and drafts of "Coda" of the "Buckshee" sequence.

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TM "Coda"
Clean typescript of the text as published.

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"Collected Poems" galley proofs
Printed proofs of Ford's "Collected Poems", published by Oxford University Press, New York.

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TM "The Colonel's Shoes"
Carbon of the short story. Title page marked: The Northern Newspaper Syndicate, Kendal. No. ""U" 29 Short Story.

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"The Colonel's Shoes" news clipping.
Newspaper clipping of short story. Published in "Reynold's Illustrated Newspaper"

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TM {Compagnie Transatlantique] "Anitchka Anadyomene"
Variant text of Poem II of the "Buckshee" sequence.

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AMS "Conceits"
Poem, later published in "The Questions at the Well", part II, in 1893. Signed with Ford's initials.

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TM "Creative History and Historical Sense"
Apparently unpublished article on critical debate sparked by A.F. Pollard's book "Henry VIII". Includes references to Professor Goldwin Smith's review of the book. With revisions by Ford.

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AMS ["Critique of a writing by Miss Black"]
Fragment of a critique of a book by Miss Black.

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AM "The Dark Forest. Part II"
Writtenn perhaps in collaboration with Violet Hunt, the manuscript is a part of the later published "The New Humpty-Dumpty", 1912. It is mostly writtne in unidentified hand and some pages are typed. Pages 192-205 are in Hunt's hand, and pages 205-206 are in Ford's. The exterior folder has "Ford Madox Hueffer, 17th February, 1911, Geissen" written on it. Title page of manuscript reads: "in the property of F. B. Pinker, Talbot House, Arundel Street, London W.C." Harvey Civ (5)

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AM "A Day of Battle"
Perhaps meant to be part of a larger work, the sub-heading includes the numeral I and the subtitle "Arms and the Mind". Top right corner of title page scribed: "Written on the Ypres Salient: 15th Sep., 1916". Signature at the bottom of the last page reads "Miles Ignotus". See also Ford's essay "War--the Mind."

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TM "Death with Dishonour"
Fragment draft recording Ford's reaction to the Munich conference, especially the role of Britain. With holographic changes; unpublished.

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AM "Death with Disbonour"
Earlier fragment draft of Ford's thoughts about the Munich conference.

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TM "Demigods"
Original title "Beau Sabreur" crossed out and new title penciled in, this document is a synopsis of Ford's novel "A Little Less than Gods", written in 1928.

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AM/TM ["Destiny's Role Given Koehler"]
Report from the Hauptmann-Lindbergh kidnapping trial, later published in the "New York World-Telegram" onJanuary 20, 1935.

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TM ["Dinner with Turbot"] "The Pensive Epicurean"
Later published in "Vogue", September 15, 1939, the original title is "The Pensive Epicurean". Some holograph corrections made to draft, with a page of dictated copy by hand of Janice Biala.

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TM & AM [Draft of chain letter...peace...sketch]
Carbon drafts of a chain letter intended as a protest against the effect of war on "intellectual worksers," with an accompanying sketch signed by Ford.

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AMS "The Dream Hunt"
A slightly different version of the poem which later appeared in "Songs from London", 1910, with a fragment from another poem at the bottom of the page.

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AM ["Edith]
Fragments of 2 chapters of a novel: chapter 1 with the epigraph "Quein se casa por amores/ Ha de vivir con dolores." Chapter II with, "Er war ein alter Konig/ Sein Herz war schwer, sein Haupt war grau." Perhpas from "The Shifting of the Fire."

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AM Eight untitled poems
Fragments of early poems; some with corrections and some with several versions; probably none published.

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AMS "Elspeth"
Short story in 4 chapters, probably unpublished.

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TM "The English Novel; Author's apology to Hugh Walpole"
Dedicatory letter to Hugh Walpole, acknowledging his role in Ford's decision to publish "The English Novel". With Ford's corrections.

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TM "Enigma"
Unpublished manuscript of a short story with a few corrections. Title page on "Coopers-Bedham-Fittleworth-Sussex" stationary, which according to Harvey, would date the manuscript between 1920 and 1923.

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TM [Ford's entry for Who's Who in Literature]
Entry form of the Literary Year Book Press.

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TM "Epilogue"
Two versions of manuscript about WWI, one 8 pages; the other 3 pages.

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TM "The Escape: a One Act Drama"
A single act drama, concerning a married couple and infidelity.

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TMS"Every Man: a Sequence"
Two versions of a poem: 4 leaves of typescript, and 2 leaves of holograph comprising four of the typed poems in another form. Appears in "Songs from London", 1910.

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TM "The Exile"
Poem, published iwth minor differences in "High Germany", 1912.

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TM [On Ezra Pound-Canto IX]
A draft of Ford's chapter in "Ezra Pound: Some Testimonials by Ernest Hemingway, Ford Madox Ford, T.S. Eliot, Hugh Walpole, Archibald MacLeish, James Joyce and Others". With holograph additions and corrections.

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AM "Faith and Hope, Being part of a double-Trilogy in Park & Parlour
Fragment of poem, includes I (1) Faith in the Park; I (2) Faith in the Parlour; II (1) Hope in the Park. Published in "The Qestions at the Well", 1893.

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TM "The Feather"
Poem, published with slight differences in "High Germany", 1912.

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TM "Felo de Se"
Poem, another version of "The Ballad of a Suicide"; unpublished in this form.

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AM "First Lecture"
Fragments of notes for an unidentified lecture on Writing and bookselling; probably in in Ford's hand. Harvey notes: "Probably delivered after 1924 to an American audience. (Harvey Cvi6)

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[Five Sons]
Musical compositions in German and French: "An deinen Blauen Augen," "Esliebt sich so lieblich in Lenze," "Herbst Lied," "Adieu de ceux qui s'en vont sur mer," "Si le Roi m'avoit donne," listed on title page.

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TM [Fleuve Profond] "Nuitee a l'Americaine"
Draft of varian fragments of Poem III of the "Buckshee" sequence.

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A & TM "Footsloggers"
Poem, written on stationary of the 3rd Battalion of the Welch Regiment, "REDCAR." Later published in "On Heaven". 6 leaves of typescript with some corrections; 2 leaves written, probably not in Ford's hand.

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AM "For Democracy"
Poem, probably unpublished.

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"Ford Madox Brown" galley proof
Introduction to a catalogue for an exhibition of Ford Madox Brown's paintings at Grafton Galleries.

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"Ford Madox Ford"
Small printed broadside, containing a brief biography and a portrait of Ford.

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AM Ford Madox Ford French Press Cuttings
A list with brief descriptions of 37 cuttings about Ford in French newspapers.

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TM Ford Madox Ford Route
Itinerary for a lecture tour; stops including Dartmouth and Williams College.

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TM "Ford Madox (Hueffer) Ford Obit"
Copy of obituary written by Ezra Pound, with some corrections.

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TM Foreword to "The English Review Book of Short Stories"
Carbon copy of the foreword Ford wrote, "For the English Review", describing his earlier venture with the journal.

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TM "From Boston to Denver"
Carbon copy of an "investigatory" essay on the American way of life, its great disparities of class and standards of living as well as its educational and political values; probably unpublished.

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Printed "Fun!--It's Heaven"
Copy of published short story printed in "The Bystander". Set in WWI, with illustrations.

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TM/AM "Le Bon Soldat"
Fragmentary draft of the French translation of "The Good Soldier". Portions of the text include Chapters I-V. On last page is inscribed: "This is a specimen of the adaptation into French of the "Good Soldier" that I made in the line during and after the 1st battle of the Somme, July to Sept. 1916--For Francis [Cheny} with gratitude--from Ford Madox Ford, Clarksvill, Tenn., 4 July '27." Although Harvey (p.46) cites a remark made in "Return to Yesteryear" (p.410) that Ford had begun a French translation of the novel in 1916. The two typed leaves of the text appear on the verso of the letterhead stationary of "The Transatlantic Review", indication a later transcription of composition. 2 leaves typescript, 36 leaves in Ford's hand.

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"The Good Soldier" book jacket proof
Book jacket proof for "The Good Soldier" as published by Albert and Charles Boni.

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AMS "The Goose Girl"
Fords retelling of the fairytale, "The Goose Girl". Verso of title page contains a fragment of manuscript by Ford: "benevolent twinkle in his eyes, beaming through his glasses...."

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AM "Ford Madox Brown: A Record of his Life and Work"
Draft of outline of Ford Madox Brown's life, devided into 4 periods (1821-50, 1851-65, 1866-78, 1879-93).

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AM "Ford Madox Brown Outline"
Outline of the biography of Ford Madox Brown, including Part I, Ch.1-5; Part II, ch.6-8 and ch. 17-18. Material organized by date with hypothetical chapter numbers and headings.

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AM "Ford Madox Brown; A Record of his Life and Work" Version A, Part I, ch.1
First version of Part I, Chap. I of Ford's biography of his grandfather, mostly in the hand of Elsie Martindale Hueffer. With editorial notes by William Michael Rossetti on front and verso of 6 pages.

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AM "Ford Madox Brown" Version A, Part I, ch.2
Fragment of text of first version of Part I, Chap. II of Fords biography.

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AM "Ford Madox Brown" Version A, Part I, ch. 3
First version of Part I, Chap. III, Paris 1840-44 of biography, edited and anotated by William Michael Rossetti.

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AM "Ford Madox Brown" Version A, Part I, ch. 4
Incomplete text of first version of Part I, Chap. IV of Ford's biography, edited and annotated by William Michael Rossetti.

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AM "Ford Madox Brown" Version A, Part I, ch. 5
First version of Part I, Chap. V of Ford's biography, edited and annotated by William Michael Rossetti

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AM "Ford Madox Brown" Version A, Part I, ch. 6
First version of Part I, Chap. VI of Ford's biography, edited and annotated by William Michael Rossetti

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AM "Ford Madox Brown" Version A, Part I, ch. 8
First version of Part I, Chap. VIII (1850-51) of Ford's biography, edited and annotated by William Michael Rossetti. Original title "Book II, Chapter 1 1850"

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AM "Ford Madox Brown" Version A, Part II, ch. I
First version of Part II, Chap. 1 (1852) of Ford's biography, edited and annotated by William Michael Rossetti.

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AM "Ford Madox Brown" Version A, Part II, ch. 2
Incomplete first version of Part II, Chap. II of Ford's biography, edited and annotated by William Michael Rossetti

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AM "Ford Madox Brown" Version A, Part II, ch. 3
Incomplete first version of Part II, Chap. III (1856) of Ford's biography, edited and annotated by William Michael Rossetti.

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AM "Ford Madox Brown" Version A, Part II, ch. 4
Incomplete first version of Part II, Chap. IV (1857-58) of Ford's biography, edited and annotated by William Michael Rossetti

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AM "Ford Madox Brown" Version A, Part II, ch. 7
Incomplete first version of Part II, Chap. VII (The Piccadilly Exhibition) of Ford's biography, edited and annotated by William Michael Rossetti

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AM "Ford Madox Brown" Version A, Part II, ch. 6
Incomplete first version of Part II, Chap. VI (1864) of Ford's biography, edited and annotated by William Michael Rossetti

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AM "Ford Madox Brown" Version A, Part III, ch. 5
Incomplete first version of Part III, Chap. V (M.B.'s pictures from 1866-78) of Ford's biography.

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AM "Ford Madox Brown" Version A, Part III, ch. 7
Incomplete first version of Part III, Chap. 7 (1888) of Ford's biography abbitated by William Michael Rossetti.

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TM "Ford Madox Brown" Version A, Final chapter
Incomplete first version of final chapter of Ford's biography. Text corresponds roughly to p. 398ff. of printed biography.

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AM "Ford Madox Brown" Version B, part I, ch. 1-5
First 5 chapters of second version of Ford's biography: Chapter 1. Parentage. 1755-1821 [16 leaves]; Chapter 2. Early Recollections & Student Life. 1821 [3 leaves]; Chapter 3. Paris. 1840-1844 [36 leaves]; Chapter 4. 1846-1849 [2o leaves; Chapter 5. 1850-51 [21 leaves] Portions of document in the hand of Elsie Martindale Hueffer and some typewritten quotes. Annotated by William Michael Rossetti.

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AM "Ford Madox Brown" Version B, Part II, ch. 6-8
Chapters 6-8 (1852-65) of second version of Ford's biography: Chapter 6. 1852-55 [42 leaves; Chapter 7. 1856 [59 leaves; Chapter 8. 1857-58 [3 leaves]. Portions of the manuscript in the hand of Elsie Martindale Hueffer, some pages in an unidentified hand and some typewritten quotes. Annotated by William Michael Rossetti.

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AM "Ford Madox Brown" Version B, Part II, ch. 9-10
Chapters 9-10 (II) of the second version of Ford's biography: Chapter 9. 1859-60 [32 leaves]; Chapter 10. 1862-65 [65 leaves] Portions of the manuscript in the hand of Elsie Martindale Hueffer, some pages in an unidentified hand and some typewritten quotes. Annotated by William Michael Rossetti..

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AM "Ford Madox Brown" Version B, part III, ch. 11-13
Second version, Part III, Chapters 11-13 of Ford's biography: Chapter 11. 1866-68 [27 leaves]; Chapter 12. 1869-1871 [36 leaves]; Chapter 13. 1872-74 [38 leaves] Annotated by William Michael Rossetti.

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AM "Ford Madox Brown" Version B, part III, ch. 14-16
Second version, Part III, Chapters 14-16 of Ford's biography: Chapter 14. 1875-78 [37 leaves]; Chapter 15. 1879-1881 [29 leaves]; Chapter 16. 1882-85 [23 leaves] Portions of the manuscript in the hand of Elsie Martindale Hueffer, some pages in an unidentified hand and some typewritten quotes. Annotated by William Michael Rossetti..

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AM "Ford Madox Brown" Version B, part III, ch. 17-19
Second version, Part III, Chapters 17-19 of Ford's biography: Chapter 17. 1886-87 [14 leaves]; Chapter 18. 1888-1893 [14 leaves]; Chapter 19. Influences and Developments [37 leaves] Portions of the manuscript in the hand of Elsie Martindale Hueffer, some pages in an unidentified hand and some typewritten quotes. Annotated by William Michael Rossetti..

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AM "Ford Madox Brown" Appendix B, List of M.B.'s more important works
Chronological list of Brown's works up through 1865 (1866-1892 missing). Information includes: price, title and remarks, description, date and place of execution of exhibition, and owner.

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AM "Ford Madox Brown" Appendix C, Catalogue of M.B.'s designs for stained glass, executed by Morris & Co.
Chronological list of Brown's designs up through 1869 (1870-1874 missing).

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AM "Ford Madox Brown Index"
Contents include a General index [44 leaves]; Index of F. M.B's paintings, stapled [15 leaves]; and portraits [2 leaves] in the hand of Elsie Martindale Hueffer; and Index of illustrations [2 leaves]

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AM "Ford Madox Brown" Note to printer & proof of title page
Ford's note to the printer, suggesting that a chapter might be more efficiently presented as an appendix. Copy of the title page of the biography, with the author's suggestions written in ink.

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AM "Ford Madox Brown" Notes on F.M. B.'s paintings
List of paintings and painters, subdivided into: Grand Style; Domestic subjects; and Landscapte, French Art, and German Art with remarks interspersed.

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AM "Ford Madox Brown" Inventory of Correspondence. Packets A-X
List of Brown's correspondence, with identifying notes and commentary by Ford.

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AM "Ford Madox Brown" Excerpts of F.M.B.'s correspondence, 1852-1857
A list of important passages from letters sent and received by Brown. Excerpts used in chapters 6 and 7 of the biography.

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AM "Ford Madox Brown" Draft of Chapter 19
Incomplete version of Chapter 19 of Ford's biography, partly in the hand of Elsie Martindale Hueffer.

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AM "Ford Madox Brown" Miscellaneous manuscripts
Notes and fragments related to Ford's biography, with 1 leaf extensively annotated by William Michael Rossetti.

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AM "Ford Madox Brown" Version Note
Draft of a note based on a paper delivered by Ford before the Art Workers Guild on the biography.

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AM "Ford Madox Brown" Version B Note
Second draft of a note based on a paper delived by Ford before the Art Workers Guild on the biography with 2 leaves in the hand of Elsie Martindale Hueffer.

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AM & TM "The Fifth Queen", Part I-II
Holograph and typewritten versions, with corrections, of the first two parts of Ford's novel, which was published in 1906. Ford's address on the title page of the hand written version of Part II dates at least that part as 1904.

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AM "The Fifth Queen", Part III
Third part of Ford's novel, with corrections.

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AM "The Fifth Queen Shewn"
Complete holograph manuscript, parts I, II, III of Ford's novel, later published under the title "Privy Seal" in 1907.

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AM & TM "Great Trade Route" Text and Map
Had-drawn map of Ford's travel route, with carbon of the notes explaining the relation between the map and the volume.

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TM "Great Trade Route" Dedication
Carbon draft of Ford's humorous dedication to Jean Nicolas Le Son, the son of one of the couples with whom he stayed during his travels.

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TM "Great Trade Route" Table of Drawings & Part I, Chapter I
Table of Contents of drawings by Janice Biala, which were not printed. Typescript of Part I, Chapter 1, "Voyage Westward", includes some variants from printed text as well as a few corrections in Ford's hand.

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TM "Great Trade Route", Part I, Chapter II
Typescript of Part I, Chapter II, with a few changes made.

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TM "Great Trade Route", Part I, Chapter III
Typescript of Part I, Chapter III, "Voyage Outwards", with a few minor variations from printed text.

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TM "Great Trade Route", Part I, Chapter IV
Typescript of Part I, Chapter IV, "Voyage Outwards-Inwards". A few variants from printed text.

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TM "Great Trade Route", Part I, Chapter V
Typescript of Part I, Chapter V, "Interludes for Reflection, One. Societies of Nations"; a few variants, some corrections in Ford's hand, and some pagew which were cut in printed version.

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TM "Great Trade Route", Part I, Chapter VI
Typescript of Part I, Chapter VI, "Interludes Two. Vestiges of Civilization"; two pages of printed text missing, some corrections in Ford's hand.

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TM "Great Trade Route", Part I, Chapter VII
Typescript of Part I, Chapter VII, "Last Interlude"; quite a bit of material cut from this text in the published volume, some corrections in Ford's hand.

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TM "Great Trade Route", Part II, Chapter I
Typescript of Part II, Chapter I, "Voyage South"; some material cut from printed text, and some printed text missing, corrections in Ford's hand. Includes title page for Part II.

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TM "Great Trade Route", Part II, Chapter II
Typescript for Part II, Chapter II, "Voyage Southwards"; some corrections in Ford's hand.

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TM "Great Trade Route", Part II, Chapter III
Typescript of Part II, Chapter III, "Voyage Outward".

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TM "Great Trade Route", Part II, Chapter IV
Typescript of Part II, Chapter IV, "Voyage Soutward"; is imperfect, there being much missing, added and rearranged material, differing greatly from published text.

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TM "Great Trade Route", Part II, Chapter V
Typescript of Part II, Chapter V, "Voyage Outward"; some material cut from printed text, and some missing material

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TM "Great Trade Route", Part II, Chapter VI
Typescript of Part II, Chapter VI, "Voyage Sotwards"; some missing material.

  8  
TM "Great Trade Route", Part II, Chapter VI [variant]
Variant typescript of Part II, Chapter VI; incomplete, has some new subject matter and some corrections in Ford's hand.

  8  
TM "Great Trade Route", Part III, Chapter I
Typescript of Part III, Chapter I, "Voyage Westwards"; part of the printed text missing.

  8  
TM "Great Trade Route", Part III, Chapter II
Typescript of Part III, Chapter II, "Voyage Westwards".

  8  
TM "Great Trade Route", Part III, Chapter III
Typescript of Part III, Chapter III, "Voyage Westwards"; corrections in Ford's hand.

  8  
TM "Great Trade Route", Part III, Chapter IV
Typescript of Part III, Chapter IV, "Voyage Westwards"; titled on document as Chapter III.

  8  
TM "Great Trade Route", Part III, Chapter V
Typescript of Part III, Chapter V; corrections in Ford's hand; written in pencil at top of first page: "New Chapter III, iv."

  8  
TM "Great Trade Route" Coda, Chapter I
Typescript of Coda, Chapter I, "Towards Nowhere"; last 11 lines omitted from the printed text.

  8  
TM "Great Trade Route" Coda, Chapter II
Typescript of Coda, Chapter II, "To Malaga"; some material cut in printed text.

  8  
TM "Great Trade Route" Coda, Chapter III
Typescript of Coda, Chapter III, "To Nowhere"; final paragraph of book omitted here.

  8  
Printed "Great Trade Route" Reviews
Group of printed clippings from newspaper and periodical reviews of Ford's work. Includes a Graham Greene (London Mercury) review.

  8  
AM & TM Miscellaneous envelopes
Series of envelopes, of varying shapes and sizes, sent from Ford in Paris to his erstwhile American agent Ruth Kerr in New York City.

  8  
TM "Grumbles and Gingerbread"
An article on the change in the appearance and atmosphere of New York City after the Stock Market collapsed. Apparently unpublished. Some holograph corrections and a folder indicating the former ownership of Ruth Kerr.

  9  
TM "H.G."
Carbon typescript of an article on H. G. Wells, with some corrections in Ford's hand. One version appeared in the "American Mercury" (May 1936), and the other as a draft of chapter seven of "Portraits from Life".

  9  
TM "Hands off the Arts"
Fragment of a draft of an article on the role of propaganda in the Arts, with some corrections. Later published in the "American Mercury", April 1935.

  9  
AM "The Heart of the Country"
The complete holograph manuscript, with corrections in Ford's hand. This was published in 1906. (Harvey Cii(3)

  9  
AM "He hath Outsoared the Darkness ..."
A verse inscription for the funeral wreath od Dr. William Martindale: "He hath outsoared the darkness of our night/ Envy and heartache and all grief and pain/ And that unrest which men miscall delight/ Can touch him not and torture not again."

  9  
AM "Hedging. A Farcially Fantastic Tragedy"
Fragment of Act I, Scenes 1 & 2 of an apparently unpublished drama, set "some years hence, in & about London."

  9  
AMS " Henry for Hugh"
Holograph text with corrections and additions of the novel published by Lippincott in 1934; forms a sequel to "The Rash Act."

  9  
Printed "Henry for Hugh" Reviews
Four reviews of Ford's novel, by Iris Barry, Caroline Gordon, William Rose Benet, and an unsigned review that appeared in "The American Mercury."

  9  
TM "Historians' Methods"
Typescript of an apparently unpublished article on the methodological struggles between "Literary Historians" and "Scientific Historians".

  9  
TM "Honoria Mary Lelage"
Fragments of drafts of three states of the text which begins on p. 4 of the complete typescript; one with some corrections.

  9  
TM "Honoria Mary Lelage"
Uncorrected typescript of an unpublished short story. Harvey Civ(10). A letter from Brandt & Brandt (TLS to Ford, March 11, 1930) tells of unsuccessful efforts to have the story published in a periodical.

  9  
AMS "Hope"
Holograph poem, divided into three parts.

  9  
AM & TM "A House"
Two versions of a poetic play, holograph version, 24 leaves with corrections; final typescript, 17 leaves. Includes an illustrated title page and an inscription: "For my dear Stella. First draft finished 5/6/20, Final copy 10/6/20." The play first appeared in "Poetry", March 1921, where it won the prize of the year. Harvey Ciii(10).

  9  
AM "The House of Hohenfelsen: A Drama in Three Acts by F. M. H."
Manuscript of an early three act drama, set in the royal court of Saeuerland, with minor corrections. (Harvey Cv(1).

  9  
AMS "Idylls and Ideals - Being Five Prose Idylls"
Title page, preface and incomplete table of contents of a manuscript of five poems, signed under pseudonym "Eff Aitch-Emm." With an inscription: "To Mr. Ford Madox Brown, this little book is gratefully dedicated by the author."

  9  
AMS "Idylls and Ideals I: An Idyll of the Spessart-[wald]"
The first of five idylls, signed Ford H. M. Hueffer. A complete copy with minor corrections and a draft of p.2.

  9  
AM "Idylls and Ideals II: An Idyll of a Fatal Ideal?"
Incomplete fragment of what is probably the second idyll. Leaves numbered 25 through 28.

  9  
AM "Idylls and Ideals III: The Idyllic Courtship of Coytmore"
The third idyll, also titled "Coytmore'ss Courtship," with a note in Ford's hand on the first page: "I might rewrite this. Th style of English is a failure."

  9  
AM "Idylls and Ideals V: The Idyll of an Old Pierhead"
Probably a fragment of the fifth idyll, but at least a part (p. 6-52) also has been identified as a fragment of a version of "Elspeth".

  9  
TM "Immortality: An Elegy on a Great Poet Dying Abroad"
A Typscript (7 leaves) and proofs (3 leavees) of a poem, which appeared in Hold Monro's "Chapbook", 1920. Harvey CIII(9)

  9  
Printed "Immortatlity" [The Chapbook}
Volume of "The Chapbook" (No. 13, Vol. III, July 1920), which includes Ford's poem "Immortatity".

  9  
AM "Im Wunderschonen Monat Mai"
A pair of musical compositions, which also indludes "Thou art to all Lost [love] tje Bes." dated 1895; with title page in the hand of Elsie Martindale Hueffer.

  9  
AMS "In Autumn, the Fall of the Leaf!"
A holography essay on Tennyson on the occasion of his death, intended for publication in "The Speaker." The first draft of the same essay was titled simply "Tennyson."

  9  
TM "In High Germany ["Autumn Evening"]
Typescript of poem, later published in the volume "High Germany" with slight changes as "Autumn Evening". Harvey Ciii(5)

  9  
TM "In Praise of Garlic"
Fragment of a draft of essay, with holograph corrections. Article appeared in "Harper's Bazaar" in August, 1937.

  9  
AM ["In the Stone Jug"]
Four holograph versions of a poem, each differing from the other (one with the variant title "Song before Suicide") and from the final version which appeared in "Songs from London", 1910. Harvey Ciii(4e).

  9  
TM "In the Train"
Uncorrected typescript of a poem published with minor changes in "High Germany, 1912. Harvey Ciii(5)

  9  
TM "The Inheritors"
Fragment of incomplete typescript of an earlier version of the first chapter of "A Conrad Memorial Library: The Collection of George T. Keating", 1929, in which Ford Describes the collaboration between Conrad and himself. Harvey Cii(23)

  9  
AM "The Inheritors"
Fragment of three quotations from the novel in Ford's hand, perhaps notes or early passages.

  9  
AM ["Introduction to Joseph Conrad's The Sisters"]
Fragment of what later became Ford's preface to Conrad's story. "The Sisters" appeared in "Bookman", January 1928. Harvey Cii(19)

  9  
TM "Inventory"
Typescript of poem which appears to be a later version of the poem titled "An Inventory: With a second and third copy.

  9  
TM "An Inventory"
Early typescript version of a poem with the second section indluded in triplicate. Harvey Cvii(2)

  9  
TM "An Inventory [revised]
Early typescript version of a poem, with revisions apparently in Ford's hand.

  9  
Printed "It Was the Nightingale" Reviews
Review and copy from the "Morning Post" (Mary 28, 1934) and a notice from the "Daily Telegraph".

  9  
AM "It was towards Eleven...."
A fragment of an unknown text, the first sentence being: "It was towards eleven of one of those August days, when, in the neighborhood of Mark Lane...coats come off in inner offices and the distant forgotten fields call insistently."

  9  
TM "Just People"
Typescript with sections titled "The Waiter", "The Violinist and the Hotelkeeper", and "Two Very Worried Gentlemen"; with revisions apparently in Ford's hand. Plus a folder from Brandt & Kirkpatrick on which is written "Unpublished, April 1930."

  10  
TM "A History of Our Own Times" Synopsis
A carbon typescript synopsis of Ford's unpublished history, which he began working on in 1929 and for which he sought a publisher throughout the 1930's. With a correction apparently in Ford's hand and signed in pencil.

  10  
TM "A History of Our Own Times" Note
Two typescript copies of an Author's note intended for Ford's unpublished history.

  10  
TM "A History of Our Own Times" Preface to Volume One (1870-18950
A fragment of a copy of typescript composed of the first part of Ford's preface, dated "New York 3d August 1929" and with two of those pages being heavily corrected variants of an earlier draft. Two copies of two single-space typescript pages compose the second part, dated "Ballancourt 27 July 1930".

  10  
TM & AMS "A History of Our Own Times" Vol. I, Chap. I-III and Author's Note
Volume I, Chapters I-III of Ford's unpublished history, with many holograph additions and corrections. Leaves are numbered sequentially, with a gap between II. 3-28, but the sense of the text is unaltered. Also includes an incomplete and heavily corrected autographed copy of the "Author's Note" and title page in Ford's hand.

  10  
TM "A History of Our Own Times" Vol. I, Chap. IV-VI
Typescript of Volume I, Chapters IV-VI of Ford's unpublished history. With many holograph additions and corrections.

  10  
TM & AMS "A History of Our Own Times" Vol. I, Chap.VI-VIII
Volume I, Chapters VII-VIII of Ford's unpublished history. With many holograph additions and corrections. Leaves numbered sequentially, with the insertion of pages 198-198 after page 241 and with a gap between II. 262-301, but the sense of the text is unaltered. Final page is dated from Toulon, Sept. 19, 1932.

  10  
TM "A History of Our Own Times" Vol. I, Chap. I-III
Copy of Volume I, Chapters I-III of Ford's unpublished history, belonging to Ford's agent, Ruth Kerr. With minor correction and an extra carbon typescript of Chapter III.

  10  
TM "A History of Our Own Times" Vol. I, Chap. IV
Copy of Volume I, Chapter IV of Ford's unpublished history, belonging to Ford's agent, Ruth Kerr; with minor corrections.

  10  
TM "A History of Our Own Times" Vol. I, Chap. VIII
Carbon typescript of Volume I, Chapter VIII and conclusion of Ford's unpublished history. With minor corrections, dated from New York, July 1st, 1929 and Ballancourt July 14th 1930.

  10  
TM "A History of Our Own Times" Folders
Reddish-orange dividers and folders for "A History of Our Own Times," with pasted tabs indicating title, volume, and chapter as well as the name and address of Ford's agent, Ruth Kerr.

  10  
TM "Chances of War Today"; "A History of Our Own Times" Drafts
Two drafts of a fragment titled "Chance of War Today"; the typescript of 10 leaves with corrections and manuscript Addition in Ford's hand; the carbon draft of 17 leaves with a note in the hand of Janice Biala dating the manuscript from 1938-1939, although the manuscript most likely dated from 1934-1935.

  11  
AM "Katherine Howard"
Incomplete holograph of a blank verse play which was probably originally collected in "Poems & Little Plays", but nver published in "The Face of the Night" or elsewhere. Harvey Cv(2)

  11  
AM "Katherine Howard"
A holograph manuscript that is slightly out of order, but appears to have nearly complete sections of all excepting Act I. There is much revision, and variant pages of this unpublished play. Harvey Cv(3)

  11  
TM "Katherine Howard"
Typescript of an unpublished play in four acts, with minor corrections and with a holograph inscription of the first leaf: "Author's Note - This is really a superior play in the Elizabethan model: It contains two mad scenes & one Beef Eater! Likewise one lyric & one speech about Divinity of Kings, & one wooden heroine; one scene of comic relief & etc." In addition to one complete version, this manuscirpt includes 12 random leaves from a different version. Harvey Cv(3)

  11  
AM "King Cophetua's Wooing: A Song Drama in One Act"
Dramatic poem first published in "Poems for Pictures", 1900. Harvey Ciii(i)

  11  
AM "King Cophetua's Wooing: A Song Drama [Musical Composition]
Musical composition; in paper wrappers with "Cophetua's Wooing. A Song Drama. Winchelsea after 1901" written on front wrapper in Elsie Martindale Hueffer's hand.

  11  
AM "Ladies Whose Bright Eyes"
A single page fragment, containing a quote either from "Ladies Whose Bright Eyes" or "The Young Lovell."

  11  
TM "Ladies Whose Bright Eyes" Cast of Characters
A descriptive list of the characters in Ford's novel, most probably for the American edition of 1935. A note in the top right corner reads: "This is a new edition of an old book out of print, first published in England in 1912."

  11  
TMS "Ladies Whose Bright Eyes"
Pages 1-4 and 343-344, 347-363 torn from the 1911 London edition of this novel. With an inscription to Janice Biala in Ford's hand, dated from Toulon, March '32, with anew opening paragraph typed on first page, and with holograph revisions throughout. These revisions appeared in the 1935 American reprint of "Ladies Whose Bright Eyes".

  11  
AM "Ladies Whose Bright Eyes" Jacket Design
Ink and gouache jecket design.

  11  
Printed "Ladies Whose Bright Eyes" Reviews
Reviews of the 1935 American edition of this novel. One by Isabel Paterson of the "New York Herald Tribune" (May 26, 1935), one by Lewis Gannett, and one by Peter Monro Jack of the "New York Times Book Review" (May 19, 1935).

  11  
AM "The Land of Song: A Phantasy"
An unpublished story in four parts, set in the Viking era. Possibly in the hand of Elsie Martindale Hueffer. Harvey Civ(1)

  11  
TM "Last Nickels"
An unpublished short story about a conversation between two women at a Writers' Club, a story idea, and the shoe trade.

  11  
TM "The Last Post"
Fragments of carbon copy of several versions of passages which appear between pages 183-234 of the first American edition of "The Last Post". Part of Harvey Ci(15)

  11  
TM" Last Works About Edward VIII"
Manuscript with copy plus variant of a radio address given in New York on December 7, 1936. Expanded version perhaps intended for publication.

  11  
AM "Lausanias & Glaucus"
Fragment of unpublished manuscript missing pages 1-17, with page 18 beginning with "But to me to hunger is worse than to die."

  11  
TM Lecture delivered at Sacre du Printemps
Typescript of a lecture given by Ford, dated from "Paris, June' 25," with some holograph corrections. Similar to his preface to "Transatlantic Tales". Harvey Cvi(5)

  11  
AM Lecture delivered at University College, London
Manuscript of lecture given by Ford, addressed to a group of young ladies on the subject of the "literary life". In Ford's hand as well as the hand of an unidentified person. Harvey Cvi(4)

  11  
M Lecture Notes
A photocopy of notes for an unidentified lecture, with three pages in ypescript and two in an unidentified hand.

  11  
AM Lecture on Writing
Incomplete manuscript from an unidentified lecture on the "Literary life". Harvey Cvi(6)

  11  
AMS "Letters in England"
Essay on literature in the form of a letter from "F.C. Pash" to Ford Madox Hueffer; With some corrections.

  11  
TM "The Life & Times of Henry VIII" Synopsis
Typescript of a synopsis for a book that was never completed. Harvey Civ94)

  11  
TM "The Life & Times of Henry VIII" Chapter 1
Sample chapter of a book that was never completed, with holograph corrections and a note on the title page indicating that "it should be distinctly understood that the enclosed introductory chapter is to be regarded as a specimen of manner rather than of matter & that the author reserves to himself the right to entirely re-write it, if necessary, at a later stage." Written on the back of an uncorrected typescript of "Romance" Harvey Civ(4)

  11  
AM List of poems available for publication
A list of Ford's new poems and next to each title, the names of one or two magazines for consideration. Some poems were so published, others apparently were not.

  11  
TM "A List of the Books of Ford Madox Ford"
A carbon typescript listing Ford's published books, with some holograph additions and corrections.

  11  
Printed "A Little Less Than Gods" Review
A review by Herschel Brickell of the "New York Herald Tribune Books 5" (November 4, 1928) of Ford's historical romance.

  11  
TM "A Little Tour at Home" Synopsis
A typescript synopsis of a proposed book of American travels, with some holograph corrections.

  12  
TM "London"
Typescript of a general synopsis, preface, and chapter I and holograph of chapters IV and V of the book published as "The Soul of London" in 1905. With holograph corrections throughout and an inscription by Ford on the first page.

  12  
TM "London Re-Visited"
Incomplete carbon typescript of an article that appeared in the "London Mercury", XXV (Dec. 1936). Missing pages 11-13 and with some corrections in Ford's hand.

  12  
TM "Lost Leader"
Carbon typescript of a version of a chapter on H. G. Wells in "Portraits from Life". Missing the last page and with minor corrections.

  12  
AMS "A Lullaby"
A musical manuscript with the following inscription on the first page: "Lullaby - Words and Music by F. M. Hueffer."

  12  
TM "The Making of Modern Verse" and "Christina Rossitti" Amalgamation
An incomplete holograph and typescript that is an amalgamation of the two articles. "The Making of Modern verse" appeared in "Academy, April 19 & 26, 1902 and "Christina Rossetti" appeared in the "Fortnightly", March 1911. Wit holograph corrections throughout. Harvey Cii(1)

  12  
Printed "The March of Literature" Review
A review by W. S. Campbell of Ford's book "The March of Literature".

  12  
AM "The Marsden Case?"
A fragment of a manuscript that might be from "The Marsden Case" or from "Riesenberg". With minor corrections.

  12  
"The Marsden Case" Dust Jacket Photograph
Color photograph of dust jacket of Ford's novel, published by Duckworth Press, 1923.

  12  
TM "The Master"
Typescript of an essay published with this title in "American Mercury 36" (Nov. 1935) and republished as the first chapter of "Portraits from Life", with the title "Henry James: The Master"

  12  
AM Memoir on the death of his grandfather, Ford Madox Brown.
A tribute to Ford's grandfather, Ford Madox Brown, beginning "The painter of "Work" is no more - in his studio the work stands unfinished on the easel". With some corrections.

  12  
AM [Memorandum]
A memorandum, which references a letter written to StanleyUnwin on Jan. 18, 1939.

  12  
AM "Memories and Impressions"
All but the first page of Chapter VI "Pre-Raphaelites and Prisons" of the book "Ancient Lights" [American title: "Memories and Impressions"]. Probably in Violet Hunt's hand.

  12  
Printed Menu Card
A menu card with Ford's signature and the date.

  12  
AM "Milhado said..."
Unidentified fragment of a possible short story, apparently dating from the 1930's.

  12  
TM "The Miracle"
A carbon typescript of a short story later published in the "Yale Review", XVIII Winter, 1928. Enclosed in a folder from Brandt and Kirkpatrick, New York and with corrections apparently in Ford's hand. Harvey D361.

  12  
TM "A Mirror to Conrad"
A review by Ford of "Joseph Conrad: Some Aspects of the Art of the Novel" by Edward Crankshaw for the periodical "Time & Tide", London.

  12  
AM Miscellaneous manuscript fragments
Fragments of various manuscripts: three leaves of unidentified manuscript; three photocopies of manuscript leaves with writing at the heading in pencil indicating that they are comprised of versos of writing on Wagner as well as verso of the title page of "The Goose Girl."

  12  
AM & TM Miscellaneous musical compositions
A book of musical compositions, including "At the Bal Masque," "Tandaradei," and untitled scores. Partially bound and in paper wrappers.

  12  
AM Miscellaneous untitled poems
Various untitled verses, with corrections. With these first lines: "When runnels began to leap and to ring"; "He taught some sure of striplings and how to plough"; "The lamplight gilds the pictures on the wall"; "And [so] the ships above the wall."

  12  
TM "Mr. Bosphorus and the Muses"
An incomplete copy, with several versions of some pages and some penciled notes in Ford's hand.

  12  
Printed "Mr. Madox Hueffer's Inaccuracies"
Facsimile of Ford's letter to the editor in "The Outlook" (May 6, 1911) in reference to W. M. Rossetti's comments about "Ford Madox Brown: A Record of his Life and Works". With Rossetti's response to Ford's response.

  12  
Printed "Mr. R. B. Cunninghame Graham and 'A Hatchment'"
Facsimile copy of Ford's literary portrait (XV) of R. B. Cunninghame Graham, author of "A Hatchment", published in "The Outlook", Dec. 20, 1913.

  12  
Printed "Mr. Robert Frost and 'North of Boston'".
Facsimile of Ford's literary portrait (XLII) of Robert Frost and his book of verse "North of Boston". Published in "The Outlook" (June 27, 1914).

  12  
Printed "Mr. William de Morgan and 'When Ghost Meets Ghost'"
Facsimile of Ford's literary portrait (XXIV) of William De Morgan and his novel "When Ghost Meets Shost". Published in "The Outlook", Feb. 21, 1914.

  12  
AM & TM "A Mother"
Manuscript version (57 leaves) and parts of the typewritten version (12 leaves) of a possibly unpublished story. With corrections in Ford's hand.

  12  
TMS "The Mother: A Song-Drama"
A typescript of a poem-play, with corrections in Ford's ahnd and with one page of the holograph version. Published first in "Fortnightly", April, 1901 and later in "The Face of the Night". Harvey Ciii(3n)

  12  
TM "The Mother (A Psalm...)"
A typescript of the poem, with corrections in Ford's hand and with additional stanzas from either this poem or another poem. For an earlier draft of "The Mother," see FMF, Box 4, Folder 2 "Eight Untitled Poems" Harvey Cvii(2d) and Cvii(2j)

  12  
AM & TM "Mu...seums"
Incomplete manuscript, two complete variant typescripts, and two additional pages of typescript from an unknown draft of an apparently unpublished short sotry. Typescripts include notes in Ford's hand.

  12  
AM "Music of the Future"
A chart evaluating various types of music, covering the years 1878-1888.

  13  
TM "The March of Literature" p. 1-100
Draft of the first section of the typescript of the 1938 Dial Press edition of Ford's book. Includes a list of his works, title page, copy right, dedication page, and text up through the first pages of Book I, Part I, chapter 5. With corrections, additions, and printer's marks.

  13  
TM "The March of Literature" p.101-200
The second section of the typescript of the 1938 Dial Press edition of Ford's book. Includes the text from a few pages into Book I, Part I, chapter 5 throught Part II, chapter I. With corrections, additions and printer's marks.

  13  
TM "The March of Literature" p.201-300
The third section of the typescript of the 1938 Dial Press edition of Ford's book. Includes the text from Book I, Part II, chapter 1 through Part II, chapter 4. With corrections, additions, and printer's marks.

  13  
TM "The March of Literature" p.301-381
The fourth section of the typescript of the 1938 Dial Press edition of Ford's book, including the text from Book I, Part II, chapter 4 through Part III, chapter 3. With corrections, additions, and printer's marks.

  14  
TM "The March of Literature" p.382-480
The fifth section of the typescript of the 1938 Dial Press edition of Ford's book, including the text from Book I, Part III, chapter 3 through Part IV, chapter I. With corrections, additions, and printer's marks.

  14  
TM "The March of Literature" p.481-600
The sixth section of the typescript of the 1938 Dial Press edition of Ford's book, including the text from Book I, Part IV, Chapter I through Book II, Part I, chapter 4. With corrections, additions, and printer's marks.

  14  
TM "The March of Literature" p.601-700
The seventh section of the typescript of the 1938 Dial Press edition of Ford's book, including the text from Book II, Part I, chapter 4 through Part I, chapter 8. With corrections, additions, and printer's marks.

  14  
TM "The March of Literature" p.701-800
The eighthth section of the typescript of the 1938 Dial Press edition of Ford's book, including the text from Book II, Part I, chapter 8 through Part II, chapter 3. With corrections, additions, and printer's marks.

  14  
TM "The March of Literature" p.801-934 & appendix
The ninth section of the typescript of the 1938 Dial Press edition of Ford's book, including the text from Book II, Part II, chapter 3 through Part II, chapter 7 (the end) and appendix. With corrections, additions, and printer's marks.

  15  
AM "Neew English Magazine specimen" Table of Contents
An itemization of the contents of a hypothetical issue of an uncreated magazine.

  15  
TM "New York is Not America"
A carbon copy of the typewritten manuscript of an earlier draft of Ford's book; missing some material found in published version and containing other materials not to be found in the published version. With a few corrections probably in Ford's hand. Harvey Cii(18)

  15  
TM "Nightmare"
A carbon copy of a typewritten manuscript of an apparently unpublished short story. With a folder indicating that it had been submitted to "The New Yorker" by Ford's agent, Ruth Kerr.

  15  
AM "No More Parades"
A handwritten page of an earlier draft of Ford's novel. Widely variant from the published version. For a comparison, see page 24 of the first American editiion.

  15  
Printed "No More Parades" Reviews
An unidentifies notice of Ford's novel and a review by Isabel Paterson published in "The New York Herald Tribune" (22 Nov. 1925). Harvey E486.

  15  
TM "The Narrowest Escape From Death"
A carbon copy of an apparently unpublished short story. With revisions probably in Ford's hand.

  15  
TM "The Net"
Two variant versions (one with a copy) of a poem later published in the "New York Herald Tribune Books 4" (4 Dec. 1927) With a note in Ford's hand.

  15  
TM "Whiskey Johnnie: A Noble Fluid"
Fragmentary draft and complete copy of an apparently unpublished story. The draft bears extensive holograph corrections and the title "Whiskey Johnnie"; the copy is title "A Novle Fluid" and covering note, initialed by Ford concerning editing.

  15  
AM "Nostalgia"
A poem, written during battle along the Somme river, World War I. Identified as a version of "The Iron Music" in "Collected Poems", 1936.

  15  
TM "Not Idle"
Carbon copy of an article that first appeared in "The New York Herald Tribune Books" July 1, 1928. Harvey Cii(20)

  15  
AM "Notabilia Quaedam"
Holograph collection of quotes from Schopenhauer, Lucretius, Ecclesiastes, and Chapman among others. Divided into six parts, in German, Lating, and English.

  15  
TM "A Note to the Preface of Madox Brown's 1909 Exhibition"
Ford's note considering claims that he had made in his earlier preface to a catalogue of Madox Brown's work.

  15  
AM "Notes as to Thoughts"
Ford's literary journal which includes ideas on literary figures and works such as Shakespeare, Coleridge, the Talmud, Bunyan, and Shelley.

  15  
AM & TM Notes for proposed new edition of "Romance" and "Joseph Conrad: A Personal Remembrance"
Carbon copy of a list of materials to be included in what was apparently to be a reissue of these works. With notes in Ford's hand.

  15  
Printed "Observations on Technique"
Facsimile of Ford's remarks on certain aspects of writing, including the difference between projection and narration, collected by Robie Macauley and published in "Shenandoah", IV, 49-50, Spring, 1953. Harvey E972.

  15  
TM "Notes on Prose"
Carbon copy of a humorous document concerning the origins of verse and prose. With corrections in Ford's hand.

  15  
TM & AM Notes on the Hauptmann Trial
Fragmentary manuscript and typescript versions of Ford's notes on the Hauptmann trial. With corrections apparently in Ford's hand.

  15  
AM Notes - Possibly for Lectures
Notes for a lecture quite possibly on the subject of lecturing. With autobiographical and literary references.

  15  
AM "Notre Dame du Chateau (Letter to S.)"
A poem, with a note identifying it as unpublished. Harvey Cvii(2)cc.

  15  
TM "O Hymen" Version B
Carbon copy of an apparently unpublished article. With corrections apparently in Ford's hand. This version has a few slight differences in the revisions from the original (which can be found with the bound Manuscripts Ms. Bd. O Hymen). This lacks the alternative beginning present in version A. Includes a folder from Ford's New York agents, Brandt & Brandt.

  15  
TM "O Hymen" Version C
Variant typescript of an apparently unpublished article, which incorporated revisions present in Version B.

  15  
Printed "Observations on Cooking"
Letter to the Editor published in the "New York Times", March 3, 1937. Harvey D404.

  15  
TM "October, 1914"
Typescript of a poem that was published with slight changes as "Antwerp". With minor corrections in Ford's hand. It appeared by itself in book form in 1915. Harvey Ciii(7)

  15  
TM "Of Heaven"
Carbon copy of an earlier draft of the poem, part of the volume "On Heaven" published in 1918. With a few corrections in Ford's hand which were later incorporated into the printed version. This poem appeared first in "Poetry", June 1914. Harvey Ciii(8)

  15  
TM "Oh Two Such Silver Currents"
Copy of two sections (one 5 leaves, one 12), both with the same title. Appears to be a draft of Part III, Chapter 3 of "Return to Yesterday" Working with Conrad" (pp. 186-201)

  15  
TM "An Old Circle. Changes." Chapter XIII Of "Ancient Lights"
Copy of Chapter XIII of "Ancient Lights" where the title has been changes to "Changes."

  15  
TM "The Old Story"
Typescript of a short story or unfinished novel that is divided into the "argument," with the name Daniel Chaucer typed at the end (7 leaves) and the story (27 leaves), in three parts.

  15  
TM "On Conrad's Vocabulary"
Unfinished and uncorrected typescript document on the subject of the literary collaboration between Ford and conrad and on Conrad's style.

  15  
TMS & AMS "On Impressionism" Part I
Typescript and manuscript of the first part oa a two part article that was later published in "Poetry and Drama", June, 1914, pp. 167-175.

  15  
AM & TMS "One More Look" and "Linger a Moment"
Musical compositions, with the title in the hand of Elsie Martindale Hueffer. Also included: "There's a woman like a dewdrop" and fragments of "Copethua," "Speech with a Ghost," and "Christine."

  15  
AM "On the Road"
Poem, a version of which later appeared in "Outlook", Aug. 22, 1903. With corrections and untitled. Harvey Ciii(2)

  15  
TMS "The Other"
Uncorrected typescript of a children's story, pubably unpublished. With cover. Harvey Civ(3)

  15  
AM "Outcasts"
Musical score, with the title page written in the hand of Elsie Martindale Hueffer.

  15  
Printed proofs "The Queen Who Flew"
Corrections by Ford of the firs page proofs of "The Queen Who Flew". Author's last name is incorrectly spelled "Huffer" on the title page. Harvey A5.

  15  
TM "The Panel: Act IV"
Part of the dramatization of Ford's novel, with a few ink corrections in Ford's hand. Harvey Cv(4)

  15  
AM Pencil sketch of Ford
Sketch of Ford by an unknown artist.

  15  
Printed "Parade's End" Review
W. T. Scott's review of the re-issued "Tietjens tetralogy". Printed in the "Providence Journal", Sept 17, 1950.

  15  
TMS "Pax!"
Typescript of an essay on the subject of disputes between countries and cultures, especially as it relates to the evolving role of the United States in international affairs. With extensive revisions in red pen and in pencil, the latter apparently in Ford's hand. These corrections were later incorporated into the published version, which appeared in "Harper's" 155, Sept., 1927, pp. 422-430. Harvey D343.

  15  
AM & TM "Pearls"
Fragmentary manuscript and typescript of a story. Corrections in Ford's hand and a note on Janice Biala's inventory of her former collection states that this story was published "in London."

  15  
TMS "Pink Flannel"
A typescript of an apparently unpublished short story. With minor corrections in Ford's hand and a TL to Ford from Curis Brown Ltd. (signed by secretary Angela Easterbrook), Jan. 7, 1922.

  15  
TM "Podmore's Brother"
A typescript of an unpublished short story and a carbon copy of what appears to be a slightly different version. With minor corrections in typescript version.

  15  
AM & TM"Poems & Little Plays" [The Face of the Night]
Manuscript and typescript of twenty-two poems which later appeared in "The Face of the Night", 1904. With many minor differences from the published poems and with Ford's corrections throughout. Harvey Ciii(3)

  15  
Folder 30 from Box 15 has been recatalogued as Folder 28.5, Box 15.


  15  
Printed "Portraits from Life" Reviews
Reviews of Ford's book of literary portraits: Isabel Paterson's review from the "New York Herald Tribune", March 28, 1937; and two copies of Ralph Thompson's review in the "New York Times", March 23, 1937.

  15  
TM "Portraits of Cities - Boston"
Carbon copy of a probably unpublished essay on the city of Boston. With corrections in Ford's hand.

  15  
TM "Portraits of Cities - Denver"
Carbon copy of a probably unpublished essay on the dity of Denver.

  15  
TM "Thornicroft's Model" Preface
Preface to Margaret Raine (Mrs. Alfred) Hunt's novel, "Thornicroft's Model", was supposedly written by her daughter, Violet Hunt. However, on the reprint, this is a note in Violet's hand that the preface was written by Ford. With corrections.

  15  
TM Press release concerning the Society of the Friends of William Carlos Williams.
Press release and membership roster of this Society, of which Ford was President.

  15  
AM "Princess Goldenhair"
Manuscript of a children's story, inscribed "to Miss Poppie Hueffer from the Author. With the Compliments of the Season. Xmas 1889". With some pages in unidentified handwriting.

  15  
AM "Prologue: Down near the earth__" ["The Peasant's Apology"]
Poem, which later appeared in "Poems for Pictures", 1900, as "The Peasant's Apology."

  15  
TM "Prologue of 'Buckshee'"
Prologue of the "Buckshee" sequence, the text varying from the published in the 1936 edition of the "Collected Poems".

  15  
Printed Publicity sheet for the Tietjens series
Publicity sheet for the first three novels of the "Tietjens Tetralogy:: "Some Do Not", "No More Parades," and "A Man Could Stand Up". With a handwritten message: "Please return to Stella Bowen, Green End, Purleigh, Essex."

  16  
AMS "No Enemy [titled "English Country " in manuscript]: Title page, List of Contents, and Foreward.
The title page, table of contents, and foreword of an early version of the novel published as "No Enemy", New York, 1929. The title page possesses a notation in Ford's hand, addressed to Edward W. Titus, concerning the writing of and the publication of the manuscript.

  16  
TM "No Emeny [Titled "English Country" in manuscript] Foreword
Incomplete typescript copy of the foreword to Ford's book. Another draft appeared in the 1919 manuscript, but not in the 1929 published text of "No Enemy".

  16  
TM "No Enemy " {Titled "English Country" in manuscript] ""To Introduce Gringoire"
Incomplete typescript draft of "To Introduce Gringoire," published as Part I, Chapter I of the 1929 text of "No Enemy".

  16  
AMS "No Enemy" [Titled "English Country" in manuscript] "Gardens and Flats"
Manuscript draft of Part I (subtitled "Four Landscapes"), Chapter I (which became Part I, Chapter II in the 1929 published text of "No Enemy"), major portions of which were published in "The New Statesman", XIII, Aug. 23 and Aug. 30, 1919, pp. 518-519, 542-543, under the title "English Country". With numerous corrections and emendations by the author.

  16  
AMS "No Enemy" [Titled "English Country" in manuscript] "Blue of Swallows' Backs"
Manuscript draft of Part I, Chapter II (which became Part I, Chapter III in the 1929 published text of "No Enemy"), also published in large part in "The New Statesman", XIII, Sept 6, 1919, pp. 565-566. With numerous corrections and emendations by the author.

  16  
AMS "No Enemy" [Titled "English Country" in manuscript] "The Kingdoms of the Earth"
Manuscript draft of Part I, Chapter III (which became Part I, Chapter IV in the 1929 published text of "No Enemy"). With numerous corrections and emendations by the author.

  16  
TM "No Enemy" [Titled "English Country" in manuscript] "Intermezzo"
An incomplete typescript and a complete typescript of "Intermezzo", which constitutes Chapter V of the 1929 text of "No Enemy", but does not appear in the 1919 manuscript. Harvey Ci(17)

  16  
AMS "No Enemy" [Titled "English Country" in manuscript] "Just Country"
Manuscript draft of Part I, Chapter IV (which became Part I, Chapter VI in the 1929 published text of "No Enemy"), with a notation at the end of the manuscript indicating the "End of Part I:. With numerous corrections and emendations by the author. The verso of a sheet of this manuscript is a letter from J. Lewis May, of "The Anglo-French Review" to James B. Pinker, Ford's literary agent.

  16  
AMS "No Enemy" [Titled "English Country" in manuscript] "Maisie"
Manuscript draft of Part II, Chapter II (which became Part II, Chapter VIII in the 1929 Published text of "No Enemy"). With numerous corrections and emendations by the author.

  16  
AMS "No Enemy" [Titled "English Country" in manuscript] "The Water Mill"
Manuscript draft of Part II, Chapter II (which became Part II, Chapter IX in the 1929 published text of "No Enemy"). With numerous corrections and emendations by the author.

  16  
AMS "No Enemy" [Titled "English Country" in manuscript] "From a Balcony"
Manuscript draft of Part II, Chapter III (which became Part II, Chapter X in the 1929 published text of "No Enemy"). An earlier version of which was published in "The English Review", Oct., 1919, pp. 297-304 as "Henry Gaudier: The Story of a Low Tea-Shop". With numerous corrections and emendations by the author.

  16  
AMS "No Enemy" [Titled "English Country" in manuscript] "Rosalie Prudent"
Manuscript draft of Part II, Chapter IV (which became Part II, Chapter XI in the 1929 published text of "No Enemy"). With numerous corrections and emendations by the author.

  16  
AMS "No Enemy" [Titled "English Country" in manuscript] "The Movies"
Manuscript draft of an incorrectly labeled Part II, Chapter IV (which became Part II, Chapter XII in the 1929 published text of "No Enemy"). with Numerous corrections and emendations by the author. The end of the manuscript, "That is all I have to say about the war.", approximately matches up with p. 278 of the published manuscript, which continues through p. 292.

  16  
AMS "No Enemy" [Titled "English Country" in manuscript] "Un jeu de Cricket"
Earlier manuscript draft of the appendix, variously titled "Un jeu de Cricket," "Envoi," and "Une partie", (which became Part II, Chapter VII in the 1929 published text of "No Enemy" and was title "Plying the Game"). It was first published in "Bibliotheque universelle et revue Suisse," tome LXXXV, no. 253, janvier 1917.

  16  
TM "No Enemy"
Typescript version of manuscript, with numerous corrections. The title pages bear 21 possible titles for this work, in Ford's hand and the following limerick: "There was an old fellow named Ford/ Whose aspect was horribly bored/ When they cried, "How you mumble!"/ He replied with a grumble, I speak with the pen and the sword."

  16  
Printed "No Enemy" Uncorrected galley proofs
Uncorrected galley proofs.

  16  
Printed "No Enemy" Uncorrected galley proofs
Uncorrected galley proofs

  17  
TM "Professor's Progress: Synopsis"
Synopsis of Ford's last work in progress, an uncompleted novel. Includes a title page with the provisional title: "Bullen." Harvey Civ(11)

  17  
TM "Professor's Progress"
First typed ddraft with numerous corrections and additions. Probably in Ford's hand.

  17  
AMS "Professor's Prograss"
Second version draft with corrections and additions. Signed by Ford and inscribed to Janice Biala.

  17  
TM "Professor's Progress"
Typescript copy; relatively clean.

  17  
TM "Professor's Progress"
Second typescript draft with numerous corrections. Probably in Ford's hand.

  17  
TM & AM "Professor's Progress"
Third typescript version with copy. Numerous corrections and additions as well as a hand-written page.

  18  
TM "Provenance" pp. 1-100
The first hundred pages of a havily corrected typescript, with a holograph version of the first page that includes a sketch of the travel route Ford's book is folowing. Used as the printer's copy of the American edition of "Provence" published by Lippincott in 1935.

  18  
TM "Provenance" pp. 101-200
The second hundred pages of a corrected typescript.

  18  
TM "Provenance" pp. 201-300
The third hundred pages of a corrected typescript.

  18  
TM "Provenance" pp. 301-[362]
The last 62 pages of a corrected typescript. With a holograph version of the final page that includes a sketch by Janice Biala.

  18  
TM "Provence
Complet carbon copy typescript, with minor corrections throughout in Ford's hand. The first page bears the note: "Copy corrected for Printer" and the second page gives the title as well as five other suggested provisional titles. Harvey Cii(29)

  18  
Printed "Provence" Notices
A notice of "Provence" by Lewis Gannett in his colum "Books and Things" in the "New York Herald Tribune", March 21, 1935; and a review of the book by Katherine Woods in the "New York Herald Tribune Books", March 24, 1935.

  19  
TM "Que Pensez-Vous de la France?"
Copy of an article that was later published in "L'Intrasigeant", 2 (Jan.5, 1934). Harvey D379.

  19  
Printed "Que Pensez-Vous de la France?" clipping
Clipping of Ford's article from "L'Intransigeant".

  19  
Proof "The Questions at the Well"
Proofs of an early volume of poetry. Written under the pseudonym Fenil Haig and deditcated to "Miss Elsie Martindale."

  19  
AMS "The Question at the Well, with Sundry Other Verses for Notes of Music"
Manuscript of the first section of the book of verse later published as "The Questions at the Well", signed under the pseudonym Fenil Haif. With some annotations and penciled numbering in the brackets done by publisher. Contents include: "The Questions at the Well"; "The Story of Simon Pierreauford"; "Terra Sperum [also titled "The Song of the Land of Hopes"]; and "Faith and Hope," which is the collective title of the four poems "Faith in the Park," "Faith in the Parlour," "Hopie in the Park," and "Hope in the Parlour."

  19  
TM "Ralston Crawford's Pictures"
Draft of a short critique later printed as program notes for an exhibit of Crawford's paintings held at the Boyer Galleries, Philadelphia, March 10-30, 1937.

  19  
TM "The Rash Act" Synopsis
Copy of a synopsis of Ford's novel "The Rash Act."

  19  
Printed "The Rash Act" Review
Unsigned review of "The Rash Act," published in "The New York Times Book Review", 16-17 (mar. 12, 1933).

  19  
AM "The Reformers" [An English Girl]
Almost complete manuscript of what was published in 1907 as "An English Girl". With minor corrections throughout. Harvey Ci(6)

  19  
TM "Return to Yesterday" Dedication
Incomplete dedication "[to] Dr. Michael and Mrs. Eileen Hall Lake," later published in "The Rash Act:. With minor corrections in pencil and three added leaves are a typescript copy of Ford's poem "Champetre".

  19  
TM "Return to Yesterday"
Typescript of parts ofFord's book, including Chapter I, titled "A Mecca for Americans" (published as "Compostella Americana"); Chapter III (including some material not published in either the English or American editions); and Chapter IV (original typescript with carbon copy). The unpublished material from Chapter III (pp. 41-44 of the manuscript) deals with the role of the arts in America.

  19  
Printed "Return to Yesterday" Reviews
Two reviews of Ford's book, one by Peter Monro Jack of "The New York Times Book Review" (Jan. 24, 1932) and one by Lawrence Price of the the "University of California Chronicle", XXXI, 169-171 (Jan. 1933).

  19  
Printed "Dumas, The Incredible Marquis" Review
A review by Ford, entitled "Salute to Adventure," on the subject of a book about Alexandre Dumas. From an unidentified periodical.

  19  
TM "Joseph Conrad" Review
Incomplete carbon copy of a review by Ford, for the periodical "Time & Tide", of Edward Crankshaw's "Joseph Conrad: Some Aspects of the Art of the Novel". See Box 12, Forlder 13 for another top copy with the first page.

  19  
TM "My Old World" Review
Typescript copy of Ford's review of Abbe Ernest Dimnet's book published in the "New York Hearald Tribune Books" 4, Mar. 31, 1935.

  19  
TM "Paris in Profile Review
Typescript of Ford's review of George Slocombe's book, later published in the "New York Herald Tribune Books,", Dec. 8, 1929. With some corrections. Harvey Cii(24)

  19  
TM "Gallion's Reach" Review
Uncorrected typescript copy of Ford's review of Henry Major Tomlinson's book. Publisher unknnown. Harvey Cvi(8)

  19  
TM "Nothing is Sacred" Review
Uncorrected typescript of Ford's review of Josephine Herbst's novel, with later appeared in "Bookman" in Sept. 1928. Harvey Cii(21)

  19  
TM "My Heart and My Flesh" Review
Typescript of Ford's review of Elizabeth Madox Robert's novel, probably unpublished. With minor corrections.

  19  
Printed "Paris in Profile" Review
Ford's review of George Slocombe's book, published in the "New York Herald Tribune", Dec. 8, 1929 and entitled "Come to Paris."

  19  
Printed "Between St. Dennis and St. George" Review
Newspaper clipping containing a signed review of Ford's book of essays, by Pierre Mille of the "Temps".

  19  
Printed "The Good Soldier" Review
Newspaper clipping of a review by Frank H. Pettee of Ford's novel. Missing the final part.

  19  
Printed "Joseph Conrad: a Personal Remebrance" Reviews
Six newspaper clippings of reviews, including signed reviews by John Clair Minot in "The Boston Herald Tribune", Dec. 13, 1924; by Edwin Francis Edgett in "The Boston Evening Transcript", Dec. 13, 1924; and by William McFee in "Bookman", LXI, 500 (June1925)

  19  
Printed "Ladies Whose Bright Eyes" Review
Newspaper clipping of a review of Ford's novel by E. B. Osborn.

  19  
Printed "The Last Post" reviews
Three newspaper clippings of reviews of Ford's novel, by P. J. M. in "The Manuschester Guardian", Mar.2,1928; Frank Pettee; and Fanny Butcher in the "Chicago Daily Tribune".

  19  
Printed "A Man Could Stand Up" Reviews
Two newspaper clippings of reviews of Ford's novel, one by Delbert Clark in "The Baltimore Sun", Dec. 18, 1926; and an unsigned review in the "Buffalo New York News", Nov. 27, 1926.

  19  
Printed "The March of Literature" Review
Newspaper clipping of a signed review of Ford's book by Herbert Read in "The New English Weekly", Nov. 9, 1939.

  19  
Printed "The Marsden Case" Reviews
Six newspaper clippings of reviews of Ford's novel, including one by Gerald Gould in "The Saturday Review", May 26, 1923 and one by Forrest Reid of the "Athenaeum".

  19  
Printed "A Mirror to France" Reviews
Seven newspaper clippings of reviews of Ford's book, including one by Shan Bulloch in the "Chicago Evening Post", Sept. 10, 1926; one by Blair Niles in the "New York Herald Tribune", Sept. 5, 1926; one by Dorothy Canfield Fisher in the "Saturday Review of Literature", Sept. 4, 1926; and one by Henry James Forman in "The New York Times Book Review", Aug. 29, 1926.

  19  
Printed "New York is Not America" Reviews
Two newspaper clippings of unsigned reviews of Ford's book.

  19  
Printed "No More Parades" Reviews
Eight newspaper clippings of reviews of Ford's novel, including signed reviews by Gilbert Sevier of the "New York World", Nov., 1925 and by Isabel Paterson of the "New York Herald Tribune", Nov. 22, 1925.

  19  
Printed Poetry reviews
Newspaper clipping of an article on the subject of Ford's poetry, published in "The New Cambridge", Nov. 20, 1920.

  19  
Printed "Romance" Review
Newspaper clipping of a review by Victor Llona in "La Revue Europeenne" of a novel that Ford co-wrote with Conrad.

  19  
Printed "Some do Not" Reviews
Six newspaper clippings of reviews of Ford's novel, including signed reviews by Fanny Butcher of the "Chicago Daily Tribune," Dec. 6, 1924 and Stuart P. Sherman of the "New York Herald Tribune", Nov. 16, 1924.

  19  
2 items
Two newspaper clippings of reviews of Ford's book, both by Robert Blatchford and one published in the "Illustrated Sunday Herald", Jan. 11, 1920.

  19  
Printed "Thus to Revisit" Reviews
Three newspaper clippings of unsigned reveiws of Ford's book.

  19  
Printed "Thus to Revisit" Reviews


  20  
Printed "Rhyme and Metre, or Vers Libre" Proofs
Galley proof of a letter to the editor that later appeared in the July 16, 1920 issue of the "Athenaeum"; with some corrections in Ford's hand. Harvey D283.

  20  
TM "Riesenberg" I
First draft of an incomplete typescript of Ford's short story, which appeared in the "English Review", April 1911; with many corrections and emendations not in Ford's hand. Harvey Ci(7)

  20  
TM "Riesenberg " II
Uncorrected typescript draft that is probably a later version of "Riesenberg" I. Harvey Ci(7)

  20  
TM "Riesenberg" III
Tyupescript draft of Ford's short story; with revisions apparently in Ford's hand. Harvey Ci(7)

  20  
AM "Ring out, Wild Bells"
Musical score, in the hand of Elsie Martindale Hueffer.

  20  
AM "Ripostes"
Untitled early version of this poem, later published in the "Buckshee" sequence of 1931 and 1936. On the verso is a typescript draft of the poem "The Sailor's Wife".

  20  
TM "Ripostes"
Draft version of this poem varies slightly from the text published as Poem VII of the "Buckshee" sequence. This text bears the title: "You Never Can Trust A Man When He's Out of Your Sight."

  20  
AM "Romance"
Photocopy fragment of single page of the Ford-Conrad manuscript.

  20  
AMS "A Romance of the Times Before Us"
Three versions (sub-folders A, B, & C) of an unpublished novel by Ford and possibly a collaborator. Versions A (1) [57 leaves] and B(2) [43 leaves] are in Ford's hand and are incomplete; version C (3) [71 leaves] is a copy of 2, probably in Elsie Martindale Hueffers' hand with corrections by Ford. Harvey Civ(2)

  20  
AM "A Romance of the Times Before Us"
Text identified as corresponding to page 8 of version 3 of "A Romance of the Times Before Us"; in Ford's hand.

  20  
AM "Roussynolet"
Musical coposition.

  21  
TM "The Saddest Story" [The Good Soldier]
First part of an incomplete and uncorrected draft of what was later published as "The Good Soldier". According to Thomas C. Mosher, in his "Note on the Text," in The World's Classics edition of "The Good Soldier" (Oxford: Oxford UP, 1990), "The forty-two page typescript from which the magazine installment ["Blast"] was printed ... follows the holograph manuscript, inclorporating some, but not all, of its revisions .... The "Blast" typescript thus antedates the first and predates the second complete manuscript. The "Blast" installment contains the novel's epigraph but omits the first sentence." Harvey Ci(9b)

  21  
AM &TM "The Saddes Story" [The Good Soldier]
An apparently complete manuscript of what was to become the novl "The Good Soldier", both typewritten and in various handwritings and divided into three sections IParts I-II, Part III, and Part IV) by pieces of green cord. Thomas C. Mosher ascribes the identities of the various transcribers as follows: "Most of Part I (manuscript pages 2-44 and 47-82) was written by Bridit Patmore; much of Part II (pages 141-196, 106-218, and 225-253) appears to have been written by the American Imagist poet H. D. (Hilda Doolittle); the last two chapters, less the first two typed pages (pages 342-376) look to be in the hand of H.D.'s husband, the English Imagist poet Richard Aldington.... The holograph portions of the manuscript surely represent first drafts; the typed portions may not be." Harvey Ci(91a)

  21  
TM "The Saddest Story" [The Good Soldier]
Known as the "Printer's copy" this typescript draft of what was later published as "The Good Soldier" is not, according to Harvey, identical with the first English edition. With some handwritten corrections. Harvey Ci(9c)

  21  
Printed "The Scaremonger. A Tale of the War Times"
Facsimile of a short story published in "The Bystander", Nov. 25, 1914.

  21  
AM Notebook with scattered entries
A small pocket notebook, containg various entries, mostly addresses, memos of appointments, and phone numbers.

  22  
AMS "Sea-Jealousy"
Poem, signed under the pseudonym "Fenil Haig" and with anote indicating that it was intended for publication in the "Speaker". Later it was published in "Poems for Pictures" in 1900.

  22  
TM "See, They Return!"
Draft of an article published in "Esquire", June 1935, wich was later revised and incorporated into Chapter 3 of Ford's book "The Great Trade Routs." With corrections throughout.

  22  
TMS "Seraphina" [Romance}
Typescript of an early draft of the novel "Romance", with later became a collaboration between Ford and Joseph Conrad. With corrections in Ford's hand and lots of additions towards the end. This draft is really remote from "Romance", so that one can study the effect of Conrrad upon Ford by checking parts of this typescript against it. Harvvey A11(a)

  22  
AMS "Serenada (Your Poet & Some Nightingales)"
Unpublished poem with miscellaneious pages, several versions of a part, and an inscription to Stella on the first page. Holograph passages of "Thus to Revisit" on the verso of some pages. Harvey Cvii(2aa)

  22  
TM "Sevenfold Farewell"
Early version of the poem "The Newt"; with a second copy.

  22  
TM "The Small Producer" [And His Hands Prepared]
Typescript of an essay that later appeared in the "American Mercury", XXXV (Aug. 1935). With some corrections. harvey has noted a similarity in sentiment and phrasing to the "Great Trade Route". Harvery D388.

  22  
TM "Society of the Friends of William Carlos Williams" Membership Roster
Typescript list of the group's members, with names including Sherwood Anderson, Ezra Pound, Marianne Moore, and Henry Miller. With annotations and emendations throughout.

  22  
Printed "Some Do Not" Dust Jacket
Tattered fragment of the dust jacket for the second english impression. Harvey A56(c)

  22  
Photo "Some Do Not" Dust Jacket
8 x 10 color photograph of the image on the dust jacket of Ford's novel. Harvey A56(c)

  22  
AM "The Song of the Land of Hopes"
Manuscript of a poem, also title "Terra Sperum", that was later published in "The Questions at the Well".

  22  
AM Sonnet [Untitled}
Sonnet, written apparently for one of Ford's "bouts-rimes" parties. With end rhymes in Janice Biala's hand.

  22  
AM "Sonnet [Whatever Things Future Have In Store]
Sonnet written for Violet Hunt.

  22  
TM "Sooner Than be Idle"
Copy of an article, possibly unfinished. On the subject of the British reading public.

  22  
AM "The Soul of London"
Fragment (pages 4 & 5) of what might be a very early version of "The Soul of London" or one of the two other books in the trilogy.

  22  
TM Speech given at a fund-raising dinner for "Poetry" magazine
A speech on the subjects of poetry and the death of a Miss Monroe. With some corrections.

  22  
AM "The Spirit of the People"
Incomplete manuscript of Chapter 3 of Ford's book. On verso of page 2 is a letter to Ford from H. Hamilton Fyfe of the "Daily Mirror"; on verso of pages 6-9 is a manuscript of an essay, apparently never published, "On Letters in England"; and on verso of pages 10-11 is a manuscript fragment possibly from "The Simple Life Limited." Harvey Cii(4)

  22  
Printed "Stephen Crane" Proof
Author's proof of Ford's essay which appeared in "American Mercury", Jan. 1936. With minor corrections. Harvey Cii(32)

  22  
Printed "Stevie" Review
Review of Thomas Beer's biography of Stephen Crane by Ford, published in "The New York Evening Post Literary Review", July 12, 1924. With second copy.

  22  
AM "The Story of Simon Pierreford"
Manuscript poem published as "The Story of Simon Pierreauford" in "The Questions at the Well."

  22  
AM & TM "Stripping Underwood"
Two versions of a poem: an incomplete typescript (1 leaf) and a corrected manuscript entitled "Felling Underwood:. Harvey Cvii(2)f

  22  
TM "On Heaven" Studies
Copies of earlier versions of this poem entitled "Just Heaven" and "On Heaven". The final version was published in "Poetry", June 1914. With minor corrections. Harvey Ciii(8)c

  22  
TM "A Sunday Morning Tragedy"
Incomplete carbon draft of an article on Thomas Hardy. One version later appeared in the "American Mercury", Aug. 1936 and another became Chapter 6 of "Portraits from Life". With corrections throughout and missing pages 3-5 and 20.

  22  
AM "Synopses of Novels"
Autograph manuscript of four sour synopses of novels: Item I, entitled "Bond", was later written and published as "When the Wicked Man"; Item II, entitle "Hallows End", and Item III, untitled, were apparently never developed but both are about characters in "The Good Soldier" about whom Ford felt he could write more; and Item IV entitle "After Waterloo," was written and published as "A Little Less Than Gods".

  22  
TM "Synopses of Novels"
Typescript copy of the same synopses [20] with provisional titles included.

  22  
TM "The Rash Act" Synopsis
Copy of a synopsis of Ford's novel "The Rash Act" (here called "As Thy Day"), written by J. T.

  22  
TM Talk delivered over W.A.B.C., Sat., Dec. 19, 1936
Carbon copy of a radio talk that Ford delivered on the subject of the W.P.A.

  22  
TMS "Techniques"
Typescript of an article on the writer's craft. Later published in the "Southern Review", 1 (July, 1935). With revisions apparently in Ford's hand and a note indicating the "manuscript [is] the property of Mrs. E.G. Bowen."

  22  
AM "Tennyson"


  22  
AM "They Say the Old Kind Gods ..."
Draft of an unpublished poem. Written in pencil on a paper tablecloth.

  22  
TM "Thinking Aloud"
Draft of an article "On War", possibly unpublished which was apparently to be part of a larger series of articles titled "Thinking Aloud". With monor corrections.

  22  
TM "Thomas Hardy, O.M."
Draft of an article that was later published with slight revision under this title in the "New York Herald Tribune Books) Jan. 22, 1928. Typed on Two different typewriters. Article shares material in coomon with "A Sunday Morning Tragedy," with eventually became Chapter 6 in "Portraits from Life".

  22  
AM & TM "Three Rhymes for a Child"
Drafts of poems, including a typescript of the three poems, "Seven Shepherds", "To Julia (Who Shall be a Poet)" (both of which were published in "New Poems"), and "Flight into Egypt" (7 leaves); a typescript of variations of "Flight into Egypt" (5 leaves); and a typescript (5 leaves) and manuscript (4 leaves) of "Lyra Domestica".

  22  
AM "The Three-Ten"
Draft of poem, later published in "Songs from London", 1910. With a few corrections and with minor variations from the final version in the first stanza, and major variations in the second. Harvey Ciii(4)b

  22  
AMS & TM "Thus to Revisit"
Incomplete manuscript and typescript of Ford's book. Date stamped on first page "June 7, 1920" and with corrections and emendations throughout. Parts of this book appeared in the "English Review" and the "Dial", beginning in July, 1920 and the book itself appeared in 1921. Harvey Cii(10)

  22  
AM "Thus to Revisit" Note and Possible Appendix
Copy of H.G. Wells" "Letter to the Editor" in the Aug. 1920 issue of the "English Review" entitled "A Footnote to Hueffer", and a note by Ford concerning the possibility of making that article an appendix to "Thus to Revisit".

  22  
Printed "Thus to Revisit" Review
Copy of one in a series of articles published in the "Piccadilly Review", bearing no resemblance to the later serialization, "Thus to Revisit", in the "English Review" and "Dial" nor to the book bearing that title. In this article, Ford critiques Max Beerbohm's "Seven Men" and W. H. Hudson's "Birds in Town and Village". Harvey D278.

  22  
AM "Times" marriage advertisement
Note to be sent to the "Times" announcing Ford's marriage to Elsie Martindale. On stationary with the British Museum seal.

  23  
TM "That Same Poor Man"


  23  
TM "That Same Poor Man"
Typescript of Part I, Chapters 5-11 of a revised draft of an unpublished novel, originally titled "The Wheels of the Plough". With minor corrections throughout. Harvey Civ(9)

  23  
TM "That Same Poor Man"
Typescript of Par II, Chapters I-V of a revised draft of an unpublished novel, originally titled "The Wheels of the Plough". Typed on different typewriters and with corrections throught. Harvey Civ(9)

  23  
TM "That Same Poor Man"
Typescript of Part III, (subtitled "A Romance of Re-Construction), Chapters I-IV of a revised draft of an unpublished novel, originally titled "The Wheels of the Plough". Typed on different typewriters and with minor corrections throughout. The first page is marked with a stamp: "W.A. Bradley / 5, Rue S-Louis-en-L'Ile / Paris-IV". Harvey Civ(9)Harvey Civ(9)

  24  
Photocopy "That Same Poor Man"
Copy of the entire manuscript of Ford's unpublilshed novel.

  25  
AMS "To Petronella at Sea"
Poem, written by Ford in pencil.

  25  
TM "To Violet Hunt, Poet"
Poem, inviting Violet Hunt to attend a contes of poetry-writing to be held at Ford's home on April 4, 1909.

  25  
AM "Tomorrow!"
Partial dramatization of Conrad's short story which was called "One Day More." In Ford's hand. Harvey Ci(3)

  25  
TM "Towards A History of English Literature"
Incomplet carbon copy typescript of an unpublished critical work. With two copies of some chapters and additions and emendations throughout. Harvey Cvi(3)

  25  
TM "Towards Tomorrow"
Earlier typescript draft of Ford's book "It was the Nighingale", with was published in 1933. A few corrections throughout. Harvey Cii(28)

  25  
AM & TM "Towton Field"
Poem, apparently unpublished. With a complete version of 5 leaves in Ford's hand and an incomplet version with 1 leaf of typescript. With corrections throughout. Harvey Cvii(2)c

  25  
AM Transcriptions of some Ford manuscripts and letters owned by Lord Stow Hill
Complete and incomplete transcripts of manuscripts and letters by Ford written by Arth;ur and Rosemary Mizener.

  25  
AM "The Tribulations of Tolputt"
Incomplete manuscript of a short story, an earlier version of which was titled "The Troubles ofTolputt".

  25  
TM Tributes and Comments
Typed list of quotes from Sinclair Lewis, Hendrick Van Loon, H.G. Wells, Hugh Walpole, and Rebecca West. The quotes come from letters to Ford and from the book jacket of the American edition of "The Good Soldier".

  25  
TM "Tristia"
Poem sequesnce, with some poems in several versions and with many corrections in Ford's hand. Some poems are earlier, variant versions of poems published in "On Heaven", and some are unpublished.

  25  
AM "The Troubles of Tolputt"
Manuscript of an earlier version of a short story later entitled "The Tribulations of Tolputt". With minor corrections throughout.

  25  
Printed "Trois Jours de Permission"
Copoy of an article printed in "The Nation", Sept. 30, 1916, on the subject of a weekend leave in Paris during WWI.

  25  
TM "True Love and a General Court Martial"
Incomplete draft of an unpublished war novel. With duplicates of pages, some of which have slight differences and with corrections throughout. Harvey Civ(7)

  25  
TM "Two Poems in an Old Manner"
Fragment, truncated variant text of the "Aupres de ma Blonde: segment of this poem. First published in "New Poems (1922) and reprinted in the "Collected Poems (1936).

  26  
TM "Ulysses & the Handling of Indecencies"
Typescriipt of an essay that appeared in the "English Review", Dec. 1922. With many excisions and corrections throughout. Harvey Cii(11)

  26  
TM Untitled Short Story
Copy of an untitled short story about a maker of violin varnish. With a note in Janice Biala's hand that states "published". See Box 15, Folder 5.5 for what appears to be a longer, variant version of this manuscript.

  26  
AM Untitled Short Story or Chapter from an Unpublished Novel
Manuscript of an unpublished piece of fiction about a young woman named Sarah and a Dominican friar, which stylistically bears a resemblance to "A Romance of the Times Before Us."

  26  
TM "Vanellus Cristatus"
Uncorrected typescript of a poem, apparently unpublished. Harvey Cvii(2)g

  26  
AM "The Verses for Notes of Music"
Manuscript of verses, partially published in "The Questions at the Well:; with two title pages and with corrections throughout. Contents include: "A Dialogue," "L'Envoi," "Faith, Hope & Charity," "A Song of Seed's Fate" fragment, "L'Envoi Dedicatory," "Hammock Song," "An October Burden" TM, "In Contempt of Palmistry," "ASong of Seed's Fate," "A Little Comfort for a Child," "Spinning Song," "In Memoriam E.M.B.," "Travellers' Tales," "Moonlit Midnight," " River Song," "In Tenebris," and "Hope in the Parlour."

  26  
AMS "Wagner Educationally Considered"
An incomplete manuscript on the subject of Wagner, written as "an accompaniment to the Boyreuth Festival: and signed under the pseudonym of "Hewrman Ritter". With 2 leaves of unidentified manuscript on the back: "it was eagerly accepted by the publishers...".

  26  
AM "Waking Song"
Manuscript of a poem, inspired by the bombing of some convents along the Somme river during WWI. With a fragment of "A solis ortus cardine" written on verso.

  26  
TMS "The Wall: Things Seen in U.S.A."
Typescript of an essay, musch of which was later incorporated in Sections 3 & 4 of the "Great Trade Route, Woyage Outwards". With a note indicating the manuscript "the property of Mrs. E.G. Bowen" and with revisions apparently in Ford's hand.

  26  
AM "War--the Mind"
Signed with the pseudonym "Miles Ignotus". Manuscript draft of Part II, subtitled "The Enemy," of an essay, some part of which was posthumously published in "Esquire" magazine, Dec. 1980 {see Box 2, Folder 6] in an article titled "Arms and the Mind." Also, see Ford's manuscript "A Day of Battle" [Box 3, Folder 22] for what might be the first part of this manuscript.

  26  
TM "War and the Mind.II The Enemy"
Typescript of the second part of an essay, posthumously published as "Arms and the Mind". Signed "Miles Ignotus" and with revisions apparently in Ford's hand. See Box 2, Folder 6; Box 3, Folder 22; and Box 26, Folder 8 for earlier and later drafts of this essay as well as its first part "A Day of Battle."

  26  
TM "Weather"
Copy of a possibly unpublished article on the subject of weather. Typed on two different typewriters.

  26  
TM [What do Doctors know?]
Typescript of an incomplete, untitled essay, on the subject of the science of medicine.

  26  
AM "The Wheels of the Plough"
Incomplete manuscript of an unpublished novel, later titled "That Same Poor Man". Part I, Chapters I-III (77 leaves) are in Stella Bowen's hand; Part I, Chapters X-XIII & Part II, Chapters I-V are in Ford's hand (200 leaves); and the rest is missing. Harvey Civ(6)

  26  
AM "Trio: When Runnels Begin to Leap and Sing"
Musical composition with corrections in pencil and a note "Correct for next time." See Box 12, Folder 16 for the lyrics of this composition written simply as verse.

  26  
TM "...When that I was a Little, Little Boy..."
Copy of an essay on the subject of social conventions and prudery. With one holograph correction in Ford's hand. Second copy of pages 5-7.

  26  
TM "When the Wicked Man" [Notterdam}
Fragmentary original version of Ford's novel, here titled "Notterdam". With excisions and corrections in Ford's hand.

  26  
Printed "The Wind's Quest"
Leaf torn from the "Torch", 1891, with Ford's written note indicating that this was the first thing he ever wrote. On the verso is the beginning of a song verse in Ford's hand, with four bars of music.

  26  
TM "Women and Men"
Complete typescript of Ford's book of eassays, with a vew minor corrections. Harvey Cii(2). [See Harvey A54 for evidence that dates the manuscript well before its 1923 publishing date.]

  26  
AM "The Wood-Haunter's Dream"
Poem, not in Ford's hand and possibly not by Ford. Harvey Cvii(2)k

  26  

Not in box.

  26  
Printed "The Work of William Harrison Coleshaw"
Photocopy of an article by Ford, published in "The Artist", Sept., 1897.

  26  
TM "Working with Conrad"
Single manuscript page of an article, the complete text of which appeared in "The Yale Review," Summer, 1929. With many corrections and emendations in Ford's hand.

  27  
TM "When the Wicked Man"
Typescript of Part I, Chapters I-III, of Ford's novel, still titled "Notterdam". With numerous corrections in Ford's hand and three copies of an illustrated programme, atop which Ford has penciled "Notterdam".

  27  
TM "When the Wicked Man"
Typescript of Part II, Chapters I-III of Ford's novel, still titled "Notterdam". With numerous corrections in Ford's hand.

  27  
TM "When the Wicked Man"
Typescript of Part III, Chapters I-IV & Part IV, Chapters I-IV of Ford's novel. Still titled "Notterdam" With numberous corrections in Ford's hand.

  27  
TDS "When the Wicked Man" Contract
Carbon copy of the book contract for Ford's novel, still tentatively titled "Notterdam". Signed by Ford as well as a representative of the publishers Horace Liveright, Inc.

  27  
TD "When the Wicked Man" Royalty Statement
Royalty statement from Liveright Inc., Publishers concerning the money owed from Ford's novel.

  27  
Printed "When the Wicked Man" Reviews
Reviews of Ford's novel for "The New York Herald Tribune," "The Mirror," "The New York Times," " New York Evening Post," "Chicago Tribune," "Philadelphia Ledger," "The Outlook" and "The Shanghai Times".

  27  
TM "When the Wicked Man" Synopsis, List of Characters
Three versions of a synopsis of Ford's novel and a list of its characters. An original typescript with corrections, a revised version with some corrections and a carbon copy of the final version.

  28  
AM & TM "The Year of Last Omens"
Poem, the first three sections of which is handwritten and the fourth section is typed. Corrections throughout in Ford's hand. Harvey Cvii(2)i.

  28  
TM "Years After"
Carbon copy of an apparently unpublished short essay commemorating thos British soldiers who died in WWI. Harvey Cvi(10)

  28  

Recataloged to Box 9, Folder 8.5

  28  
Printed "Young America Abroad"
Article, published in "The Saturday Review of Literature" on the subject of the exodus of American writers to Europe.

  28  
TM "The Young D.H."
Draft carbon copy of an essay about D.H. Lawrence, which appeared in one version in the "American Mercury" XXXVIII, June, 1936, and in another as chapter five of "Portraits from Life."

  28  
AM & TM "The Young Lovell"
Incomplete, corrected holograph and typescript version of Ford's novel [277 leaves], and a typescript of Part II with the corrections made which had been indicated on the earlier draft [118 leaves]. Harvey Ci(8).

  28  
AM & TM "Young Man's Road Song"
Two versions of an apparentlyunpublished poem, a complete, untitled holograph copy and an incomplete titled typescript copy. Harvey Cvii(2)a.

  28  
AM "Young Wife's Song"
Poem, apparently unpublished. In Ford's hand.

  28  
DS Agreement signed by Ford and Stella Bowen after their breakup
Two copies of a legal document signed by Ford and Stella Bowen, outling the terms of their separation. The second copy, in purple ink belonged to Bowen.

  28  
DS Bank Draft
Bank draft for five pounds, signed by Ford for John Galsworthy.

  28  
DS Check
Check for 125 pounds, signed by Ford for Theodore Watts-Dutton.

  28  
DS Check
Check for 2 pounds, 10 shillings, signed by Ford for J.W. Lewis.

  28  
DS Check
Check for 137 francs, signed by Ford for Captain F.G. Bonham-Carter.

  28  
TDS "It was the Nightingale" Contract
Contract between Esther Gwendolyn Bowen

  28  
D "The Nature of a Crime" Contract
Ford's carbon of the contract signed by Elliot Holt with an appended note concerning the terms and conditions for the re-issue of Ford's novel.

  28  
TDS "Vanity Fair" Contract
Ford's copy of a contract that specifies the he will write eight articles for "Vanity Fair", signed by a representative of Conde Nast.

  28  
AD Description of property
A list of various properties owned by Ford as well as the income to be derived from them. In Ford's hand.

  Mapcase  
ADS Passport for Ford Madox Brown
A passport of Brown's issued in Belgium in Sept. 1945, 2 leaves stamped in various countries.

  28  
DS Passport
A passport of Ford's issued on November 15, 1932 in Marseilles.

  28  
D Petition for restitution of conjugal rights for Elsie Hueffer
A citation issued to Ford by Elsie Hueffer, necessitating his appearance in divorce court.

  28  
AD Sales receipt for the Bungalow, Winchelsea
Receipt of the sale of Ford's property to Mr. Harris for 641+ pounds.

  28  
DS Temporary passport
Temporary passport issued to Ford on Nov. 1, 1932.

  28  
Printed FORDIANA
Collection of various newspaper and magazine cllippings by or about Ford. Includes photographs of the author, reviews and metions of his works as well as news of the escalating violence in Germany in the 1930's.

 
Series II. Outgoing correspondence [series]:
  29  
TLS to Lascelles Abercrombie
Toulon; Dear Mr. Abercrombie, I shall have great pleasure in sending you a small group of poems

  29  
TL[copy] to Ruth Aley
[New York?]; Dear Mrs. Aley, It is always difficult for me to write synopses of books

  29  
TL[copy] to Ruth Aley
[Toulon] Dear Mrs. Aley, I return the agreements herwith duly signed and witnessed

  29  
TL[copy] to Ruth Aley
{Toulon] Dear Mrs. Aley, I am sending you herewith an article on Stephen Crane

  29  
TL[copy] to Ruth Aley
[Toulon] Dear Mrs. Alley, I enclose [not included in folder] a letter from Willliam Griffith

  29  
TL[copy] to Ruth Aley
[Toulon] Dear Mrs. Aley, I should really be mildly glad

  29  
TL[copy] to Ruth Aley
Toulon; Dear Mrs. Aley, I wish we could get this copyright business

  29  
TL[copy] to Ruth Aley
Toulon; Dear Mrs. Aley, Thank you for the money;

  29  
TL[copy] to Ruth Aley
Toulon; Dear Mrs. Aley, I am sending you herewith an article on H.G. Wells

  29  
TL[copy] to Ruth Aley
Toulon; Dear Mrs. Alley, Here is the new article on Hudson.

  29  
TL[copy] to Ruth Aley
Toulon; Dear Mrs. Aley, I am enclosing two copies of my article on Galsworthy

  29  
TL[copy] to Ruth Aley
Paris; Dear Mrs. Aley, Ref. Oxford University Press' agreements;

  29  
TL[copy] to Ruth Aley
Paris; Dear Mrs. Aley, We discovered that the money had been in the hands of

  29  
TL[copy] to Ruth Aley
Paris; Dear Mrs. Aley, Enclosed please find article on D.H. Lawrence

  29  
TL[copy] to Ruth Aley
Paris; Dear Mrs. Aley, I am sending under another cover the ms. of the GREAT ROUTE

  29  
TL[copy] to Ruth Aley
Paris; Dear Mrs. Aley, Thank you for your telegram;

  29  
TL[copy] to Ruth Aley
Paris; Dear Mrs. Aley, I am much distressed that the Oxford Univesity Press

  29  
TL[copy] to Ruth Aley
Paris; Dear Mrs. Aley, Thank you for your letter.

  29  
TL[copy] to Ruth Aley
[Toulon] Dear Mrs. Aley, I received today from the Guaranty Trust

  29  
TL[copy] to Ruth Aley
[Toulon[ Dear Mrs. Aley, I received to days ago - the 9th inst.-

  29  
TL[copy] to Ruth Aley
[Toulon] Dear Mrs. Aley,[sic] Further to my yesterday's letter.

  29  
TL[copy] to Ruth Aley
[Paris] Dear Mrs. Aley, Will you please wire, phone, and write by air mail to Greenslet

  29  
TL[copy] to Ruth Aley
[Paris? Toulon?] Dear Mrs. Aley, WILL YOU PLEASE BEFORE MAILING LETTERS

  29  
TL[copy] to Ruth Aley
[Toulon] Dear Mrs. Aley, The contracts have duly reached me

  29  
TL[copy] to Ruth Aley
[Toulon] Dear Mrs. Aley, I have just received the attached cable from Greenslett.

  29  
TL[copy] to Ruth Aley
New York; Dear Mrs. Aley, We reached here on Saturday

  29  
TL[copy] to Ruth Aley
New York; Dear Mrs. Aley, Will you please be good enough to answer my letter

  29  
TL[copy] to Ruth Aley
New York; Dear Mrs. Aley, I forward you herewith cheque for $5

  29  
TL[copy] to Allen & Unwin
Paris; Dear Sirs...I am duly receiving these proofs.

  29  
TL[copy] to Allen & Unwin
[Paris?] Dear Sirs, I enclose herewith the Dedication for the above

  29  
TL[copy] to the Editor, The American Mercury
Paris; Dear Sir, Mr. Carl J. Weber and I stand at opposite poles

  29  
TL[copy] to the Editor, The American Mercury
[New York?] Dear Sir, I don't understand exactly what Mrs. Lawrence wants.

  29  
TL[copy] to W. H. Auden
New York; Dear Mr. Auden, If you could find it convenient to attend the dinner

  29  
TL[copy] to W. H. Auden
[Greensbor?] My Dear Auden, I ought to have written you before

  29  
TL[copy} to Bernice Baumgarten
[Paris] Dear Mrs. Cozzens, Will you kindly have the cheque for the Harpers

  29  
TL[copy} to Bernice Baumgarten
New York; Dear Miss Baumgarten, You asked me to send you address,

  29  
TL[copy} to Bernice Baumgarten
[Carquieranne] Dear Miss Baumgarten, Yours of the 18th inst. Thank you.

  29  
TL[copy} to Bernice Baumgarten
Paris; My Dear Bernice, If I knew where Mrs. Cozzens lived

  29  
TL[copy} to Bernice Baumgarten
[Paris?] ...I have been extremely unwell

  29  
TL[copy} to Bernice Baumgarten
[New York?] Dear Miss Baumgarten, I am afraid I cannot wait any longer for answers

  29  
TL[copy to [Rene Behaine]
[Olivet] Cher ami; Excusez que je vais vous ecrire tres brievement.

  29  
AL[copy,fragment] to Arnold Bennett
[not in Ford's hand] London; My Dear Bennett, Thank God you consent to buy the hatchet:

  29  
AL [copy] to Arnold Bennett
[not in Ford's hand] London: My Dear Bennett, Oh hang! If you negotiate thru' Pinker what can you expect?

  29  
TL [copy] to Tristan Bernard
Paris; Monsieur: J'ai entendu que vous avez fonde association ayant en vue de secourir

  29  
TL{copy,draft] to Philippe Berthelot
[Paris?] Dear Sir, Could you spare time to give me a few minutes

  29  
ALS to Anthony Bertram
Sussex, England; My Dear Bertram: Thanks for you letter to Mrs. Ford.

  29  
ALS to Anthony Bertram
Sussex, England; My Dear Bertram: Very pleased to hear from you again.

  29  
TLS to Anthony Bertram
Sussex, England; My dear Bertram: I was just about to write and remind you

  29  
TLS to Anthony Bertram
Sussex, England; Dear Bertram; would the underlined portion of enclosed letter interest you

  29  
TLS to Anthony Bertram
Sussex, England; My Dear Bertram; I have been a brute to you.

  29  
TLS to Anthony Bertram
Sussex, England; My Dear Bertram: A note to say that we shall expect you

  29  
ALS to Anthony Bertram
Sussex, England; Dear Bertram: Of course you'll come in any time

  29  
TLS to Anthony Bertram
[Sussex, England] Dear Bertram: Do be an angel and order those bulbs

  29  
TL to Anthony Bertram
Sussex, England; My Dear Bertram: Enclosed please find ch. val.6/9 for B. acc.

  29  
ALS to Anthony Bertram
Paris; Dear Bertram: It wd be noble of you if you wd send me by return

  29  
AL[postcard]S to Anthony Bertram
St. Jean Alpes-Maritimes, France; Above is our address till March.

  29  
ALS to Anthony Bertram
St. Jean, Alpes-Maritimes, France; How are you all?

  29  
ALS to Anthony Bertram
St. Jean, Alpes-Maritimes, France; My Dear Bertram, Why haven't you sent me the threatened

  29  
ALS to Anthony Bertram
St. Agrere, Ardeche dept. France; Bertram; Glad to hear from you again

  29  
ALS to Anthony Bertram
Paris; Dear Bertram: I'm starting a review to be published here

  29  
ALS to Anthony Bertram
Paris; Dear Bertram: Wd you care to write me a note

  29  
AL[postcard]S to Mr. & Mrs. Anthony Bertram
Nimes; Janice has just come through her first bullfight

  29  
TLS to Anthony Bertram
Toulon; Dear Bertram; I fancy I owe you a letter

  29  
TL[copy] to Anthony Bertram
Toulon; My Dear Bertram; I am overwhelmed by the dedication of your book

  29  
TLS to Anthony Bertram
Toulon; My Dear Bertram, Thank you very much for a letter

  29  
TLS to Anthony Bertram
Toulon; My Dear Bertram; I am overwhelmed by the dedication of your book [original of 63]

  29  
TLS to Anthony Bertram
Toulon; My dear Bertram, I have now red- but indeed I did a week or so ago

  29  
TL[copy] to William Bird
[New York] Dar Bill, I have not written to you for ages

  29  
TL[copy] to William Bird
[New York] Dear Bill, I have had to put off restarting the "Transatlantic"

  29  
TL[copy] to to [Charles?] Boni
[New York] My Dear Boni, Here is the checque I should be glad if you could let bearer have yours

  29  



  29  
TL[copy] to Stella Bowen
[Ripon] Dear Miss Bowen, Of course you may call me Ford [ Julian Loewe papers]

  29  
TL[copy] to Stella Bowen
Redcar; My dear, It was just a sort of irritation [Julian Loewe papers]

  29  
AL[copy]S to Stella Bowen
Redcar; My dear Stella, I have had an exhausting [Julian Loewe papers]

  29  
AL[copy]S to Stella Bowen
Redcar; My Dear Stella, I am writing to you before [Julian Loewe papers]

  29  
TL[copy] to Stella Bowen
Redcar; My dear, Thank you ever so many times for the little farm. [Original MS in the possession of Mrs. Julian (Hueffer) Loewe]

  29  
TL[copy] to Stella Bowen
Redcar; My dear: I think we think along such curiously dissimilar lines![Original MS in the possession of Mrs. Julian (Hueffer) Loewe. The date is mistakenly transcribed as Sept.19]

  29  
AL[copy]S to Stella Bowen
Redcar; My dear darling: I am afraid I made you rather a painful scene last night [Julian Loewe papers]

  29  
TL[copy] to Stella Bowen
]Redcar] Darling: The gloves arrived last night: very splendid [Original MS in the possession of Mrs. Julian (Hueffer) Loewe]

  29  
TL[copy] to Stella Bowen
Redcar; Darling: Just a note to say I love you more than ever. [Original MS in the possession of Mrs. Julian (Hueffer) Loewe]

  29  
TL[copy,fragment] to Stella Bowen
Eston, Yorkshire; My Darling: You do write such splendid letters [Original MS in the possession of Mrs. Julian (Hueffer) Loewe]

  29  
TL[copy] to Stella Bowen
Redcar; Darling: Here is the silly little poem I daresay you will understand [Original MS in the possession of Mrs. Julian (Hueffer) Loewe]

  29  
TL[copy] to Stella Bowen
Redcar; Darling: I was gazetted out of the Army this morning [Original MS in the possession of Mrs. Julian (Hueffer) Loewe]

  29  
TL[copy] to Stella Bowen
[London] Darling: It was a lovely day-one of the lovliest [Julian Loewe papers]

  29  
TL[copy] to Stella Bowen
Pulborough; Darling: I am writing to you before popping into [Original letter dated April 3-4; transcript mistakenly dated April 6] [Original MS in the possession of Mrs. Julian (Hueffer) Loewe]

  29  
TL[copy] to Stella Bowen
Pulborough; Darling One: How can I have been so stupid [Dated "Monday Night" {April 1919} originally] [Original MS in the possession of Mrs. Julian (Hueffer) Loewe]

  29  
TL[copy] to Stella Bowen
[Pulborough] Darling: You have been gone 21 hours now! [Dated late spring 1919 originally] [Original MS in the possession of Mrs. Julian (Hueffer) Loewe]

  29  
TL[copy] to Stella Bowen
[Pulborough] Darling: I will give you an account of how the garden [Dated Sunday night, 1919? originally] [Original MS in the possession of Mrs. Julian (Hueffer) Loewe]

  29  
TL[copy] to Stella Bowen
[Pulborough] Darling: There was nothing startling in the batch of letters from V.[Original MS in the possession of Mrs. Julian (Hueffer) Loewe]

  29  
TL[copy] to Stella Bowen
Pulborough; Darling: I am again pretty tired [Original MS in the possession of Mrs. Julian (Hueffer) Loewe]

  29  
TL[copy] to Stella Bowen
[Pulborough] Darling: Coming back here last night really seemed like coming back [Original MS in the possession of Mrs. Julian (Hueffer) Loewe]

  29  
TL[copy] to Stella Bowen
[Saint-Jean-Cap-Ferrat] Darling one: yr letter of Friday has arrived [Original MS in the possession of Mrs. Julian (Hueffer) Loewe, she dated [1923]]

  29  
TL[copy] to Stella Bowen
[Saint-Jean-Cap-Ferrat] Darling: The effigy of St. Clara is only [Original MS in the possession of Mrs. Julian (Hueffer) Loewe; was dated Friday 1923]

  29  
TL[copy] to Stella Bowen
[Tarascon] Darling: Your poor distressed letter has so distressed me [Original MS in the possession of Mrs. Julian (Hueffer) Loewe]

  29  
TL[copy] to Stella Bowen
Tarascon; Darling: I sent off the play and letter [Original MS in the possession of Mrs. Julian (Hueffer) Loewe]

  29  
TL[copy] to Stella Bowen
New York; My own dear darling: Here I am installed. The above address [Original MS in the possession of Mrs. Julian (Hueffer) Loewe]

  29  
TL[copy] to Stella Bowen
[New York] Darling: Today being a public holiday I may be able [Original MS in the possession of Mrs. Julian (Hueffer) Loewe, dated Nov.3][Numbered as folder 98 originally]

  29  
TL[copy] to Stella Bowen
[New York] My Darling: I am very disturbed at not hearing from you[Original MS in the possession of Mrs. Julian (Hueffer) Loewe, dated Nov. 1926]

  29  

[Renumbered Box 29, folder 102.5]

  29  



  29  
TL[copy] to Stella Bowen
New York; Darling: As I scribbled last night: my speech at the Plaza [Original MS in the possession of Mrs. Julian (Hueffer) Loewe]

  29  
TL[copy] to Stella Bowen
New York: My darling: I am really getting distracted at never hearing from you [Original MS in the possession of Mrs. Julian (Hueffer) Loewe]

  29  
TL[copy] to Stella Bowen
New York; Darling: Yr. letter of the 4th-5th has reached me.[Original MS in the possession of Mrs. Julian (Hueffer) Loewe]

  29  
TL[copy] to Stella Bowen
New York; Darling: Bradley really seems to have got the terms settled [Original MS in the possession of Mrs. Julian (Hueffer) Loewe]

  29  
TL[copy] to Stella Bowen
[New York] Darling: I have been too much bothered and depressed [Julian Loewe papers, dated Nov. 1926]

  29  
TL[copy] to Stella Bowen
New York; Darling: I did not write yesterday because I had really nothing to say [Original MS in the possession of Mrs. Julian (Hueffer) Loewe]

  29  
TL[copy] to Stella Bowen
Chicago; My darling: I have your rather sad letter of the 7th Jan. here [Original MS in the possession of Mrs. Julian (Hueffer) Loewe]

  29  
TL[copy] to Stella Bowen
S.S.Minnedosa; Darling: I finished "Last Post" ten minutes ago.[Original MS in the possession of Mrs. Julian (Hueffer) Loewe]

  29  
TL[copy] to Stella Bowen
New York; Darling: You have been very good in writing to me [Original MS in the possession of Mrs. Julian (Hueffer) Loewe]

  29  
TL[copy] to Stella Bowen
New York; Darling: I was very glad to get your long letter of the 11th [Original MS in the possession of Mrs. Julian (Hueffer) Loewe]

  29  
TL[copy] to Stella Bowen
New York; Darling: I have no news of to-day, I have spent it in bed till now [Original MS in the possession of Mrs. Julian (Hueffer) Loewe]

  29  

Renumbered Box 29, folder 111.5

  29  
TL[copy] to Stella Bowen
New York; Darling: I had such a bitter disappointment yesterday that I did not write [Original MS in the possession of Mrs. Julian (Hueffer) Loewe]

  29  
TL[copy] to Stella Bowen
New York; Darling: I have neglected you for several day, [Original MS in the possession of Mrs. Esther Julia Madox Loewe, dated Dec. 10, 1927. Julian Loewe papers]

  29  
TL[copy] to Stella Bowen
New York; Darling: I ws so pleased to get your gossipy letter yesterday [Original MS in the possession of Mrs. Julian (Hueffer) Loewe]

  29  
TL[copy] to Stella Bowen
[New York] Darling: I do not get time to write to you as often as I wish [Original MS in the possession of Mrs. Julian (Hueffer) Loewe]

  29  
TL[copy] to Stella Bowen
New York Darling: I have finally - to-day - settled a very [Original MS in the possession of Mrs. Julie Hueffer Loewe, dated Nov. 1927][Originally numbered Box 29, folder 108]

  29  

Renumbered Box 29, folder 109.5

  29  
TL[copy] to Stella Bowen
New York; Darling: I expect this will be the last letter you will have [Original MS in the possession of Mrs. Julian (Hueffer) Loewe]

  29  
TL[copy] to Stella Bowen
Paris; My Dear: I was glad to have your letter of Wednesday [Original MS in the possession of Mrs. Julian (Hueffer) Loewe]

  29  
TL[copy] to Stella Bowen
[New York?] Dear Stella: I enclose cheque value $300.00

  29  
TL[copy] to Stella Bowen
[Paris?] Dear S. Overleaf you will see how things stant in America [On verso Macauley Co. letter of 10 Feb. 1930 addressed to Ford]

  29  
TL[copy] to Stella Bowen
[n.p.] Dear Stella, Thanks for your good wished which Janice and I

  29  
TL[copy] to Stella Bowen
[n.p.] Dear Madam, In consideration of the sum of 2,500 pounds [sic]

  29  
TL[copy] to Stella Bowen
[n.p.] Dear Stella, Herewith the last chapter to "Towards Tomorrow"

  29  
TL[copy] to Stella Bowen
Toulon: Dear Stella, I suppose it would be about time to answer

  29  
TL[copy] to Stella Bowen
[Paris?] Dear Stella, I don't know whether Faber's wanting a second reading

  29  
TL[copy] to Stella Bowen
Toulon; Dear Stella, Now that you are acquiring domicile in England,

  29  
TL[copy] to Stella Bowen
[Toulon?] Dear Stella, We have found the cap

  29A  
ALS to Stella Bowen
Redcar; Dear Miss Bowen: I am afraid you went to a great[Julian Loewe papers]

  29A  
ALS to Stella Bowen
Redcar; My dear: Don't be discouraged about your painting [Julian Loewe papers]

  29A  
ALS to Stella Bowen
[Redcar] Darling: Yr. long letter reached me this morning [Julian Loewe papers]

  29A  
ALS to Stella Bowen
Ripon; Dear Miss Bowen: Of course you may call me Ford [Julian Loewe papers][copy in Box 29, folder 71]]

  29A  
ALS to Stella Bowen
Redcar; My dear: It was just a sort of irritation [Julian Loewe papers][copy in Box 29, folder 72]

  29A  
ALS to Stella Bowen
Redcar; Mr dear: Let me have just a word from you [Julian Loewe papers]

  29A  
ALS to Stella Bowen
Redar; Dear Stella: I wanted to ring up up yesterday [Julian Loewe papers]

  29A  
ALS to Stella Bowen
Redcar; My dear Stella: you write such nice letters [Julian Loewe papers][copy in Box 29, folder 73]

  29A  
ALS to Stella Bowen
Redcar; My dear Stella: I have had an exhausting [Julian Loewe papers][copy in Box 29, folder 73]

  29A  
ALS to Stella Bowen
Redar; My dear Stella: You write charming letters [Julian Loewe papers]

  29A  
ALS to Stella Bowen
Redcar; My dear Stella: I am writing to you before[Julian Loewe papers][copy in Box 29, folder 74]

  29A  
ALS to Stella Bowen
[Redcar] My dear Stella: You ask for MSS of my lectures [Written on same sheet as his AM "Lecture Notes, Sept.5-6, 1918] Lectures are on musketry, censorship and ciphers.][Julian Loewe papers]

  29A  
ALS to Stella Bowen
Redcar; My dear, Thank you ever so many times for the little farm.[Julian Loewe papers][[copy in Box 29, folder 75]

  29A  
ALS to Stella Bowen
Redcar; My dear: I think we think along such curiously dissimilar lines!.[With photo of Rex II, the Welch Regiment mascot goat][Julian Loewe papers][Copy in Box 29, folder 76]

  29A  
ALS to Stella Bowen
Redcar; My dear: No: of course differing psychologies [Julian Loewe papers]

  29A  
AL to Stella Bowen
Redcar; I have just got yrs. of the 27th [Julian Loewe papers]

  29A  
ALS to Stella Bowen
Redcar; My dear darling: I am afraid I made you rather [Julian Loewe papers][copy in Box 29, folder 77]

  29A  
ALS to Stella Bowen
Redcar; My dear: I had hoped to have heard from you [Julian Loewe papers]

  29A  
ALS to Stella Bowen
[Redcar?] Thank you for yr. letter. [Written on verso of printed circular headed "Salvage," which was composed by Ford.][Julian Loewe papers]

  29A  
ALS to Stella Bowen
Redcar; Darling: Yr. little letter made all the difference [Julian Loewe papers]

  29A  
ALS to Stella Bowen
Redcar; Darling: I have been in bed with flu since [Julian Loewe papers]

  29A  
ALS to Stella Bowen
Redcar; Darling: I have been writing a silly French [Julian Loewe papers]

  29A  
ALS to Stella Bowen
Redcar; Darling: The M.O. has just been sent to me [Julian Loewe papers]

  29A  
ALS to Stella Bowen
[Redcar] My darling: For goodness' sake don't [Julian Loewe papers]

  29A  
AL to Stella Bowen
[Redcar] Darling: I am absolutely worn out, have been [Julian Loewe papers]

  29A  
ALS to Stella Bowen
[Redford] Darling: I wrote you yesterday a letter [Julian Loewe papers]

  29A  
ALS to Stella Bowen
[Redcar] Darling: The gloves arrived last night : very splendid [Julian Loewe papers][copy in Box 29, folder 78]

  29A  
ALS to Stella Bowen
Redcar; My dear Stella: You ask me how I live [Julian Loewe papers]

  29A  
ALS to Stella Bowen
[Redcar] Darling: Yr. last letter with its "my dear Ford" [Julian Loewe papers]

  29A  
ALS to Stella Bowen
[Redcar} Darling: I have had another rush of a day, [Julian Loewe papers]

  29A  
ALS to Stella Bowen
[Redcar] Darling: I do love yr. business letters [Julian Loewe papers]

  29A  
ALS to Stella Bowen
[Redcar] Darling: I haven't been quite so rushed today [Julian Loewe papers]

  29A  
ALS to Stella Bowen
[Redcar?] Darling: It was stupid of me ever even to have [With typed menu and place card, both autograph by friends of Ford to celebrate the Armistice][Julian Loewe papers]

  29A  
ALS to Stella Bowen
Redcar: Darling: Just a note to say I love you more than ever. [Julian Loewe papers][copy in Box 29, folder 79]

  29A  
ALS to Stella Bowen
Eston; Darling: I decided that Redcar was too much [Julian Loewe papers]

  29A  
AL[telegram] to Stella Bowen
redcar; Address Third Welch Detachment Eston Yorks [Julian Loewe papers]

  29A  
ALS to Stella Bowen
Eston; Darling: Yes, I can quite understand yr. excitement [Julian Loewe papers]

  29A  
ALS to Stella Bowen
Eston, Yorkshire; My darling: You do write such splendid [Julian Loewe papers][copy in Box 29, foler 80]

  29A  
ALS to Stella Bowen
Middlesbrough; Darling: I came in here especially [Julian Loewe papers]

  29A  
ALS to Stella Bowen
Eston; Mar darling: I cannot understand how you can have been [The letter of 10 Nov. is a continuation of18 Nov. [Julian Loewe papers]

  29A  
ALS to Stella Bowen
Redcar; Darling: I haven't had a word from you [Julian Loewe papers]

  29A  
ALS to Stella Bowen
Redcar; Darling: Again onlly a note written at a meeting [Julian Loewe papers]

  29A  
ALS to Stella Bowen
Redcar; Darling: I can't image how it is that you [Julian Loewe papers]

  29A  
ALS to Stella Bowen
Redcar; Darling, I am a battered wreck today, [Julian Loewe papers]

  29A  
ALS to Stella Bowen
Redcar; Darling: I am in the midst of a H - of B - y Row [Julian Loewe papers]

  29A  
ALS to Stella Bowen
Redcar; Darling: Of course I love every line [Julian Loewe papers]

  29A  
ALS to Stella Bowen
Redcar; Darling: It is all nonsense about yr. needing [Julian Loewe papers]

  29A  
ALS to Stella Bowen
Redcar; Darling: The problem of yr. going is very [Julian Loewe papers]

  29A  
ALS to Stella Bowen
Redcar; Darling: I missed the post yesterday [Julian Loewe papers]

  29A  
ALS to Stella Bowen
Redcar; Darling: I have just got yr. long letter [Julian Loewe papers]

  29A  
ALS to Stella Bowen
Redcar; My darling: It seems a horrible thing to do [Postmark on envelope is Dec.81918; Ford mistakenly dated letter Dec.9, 1918][Julian Loewe papers]

  29A  
ALS to Stella Bowen
Redcar; Darling: I wrote a silly little poem for you [Julian Loewe papers]

  29A  
ALS to Stella Bowen
Redcar; Darling: Here is the silly little poem: {Written on verso of his AMS Peace, a poem][Julian Loewe papers][copy in Box 29, folder 81]

  29A  
ALS to Stella Bowen
Redcar; Darling: It is very nice of you to agree [Julian Loewe papers]

  29A  
ALS to Stella Bowen
Recar; Darling: It is tru - there does not seem anything [Julian Loewe papers]

  29A  
ALS to Stella Bowen
Redcar; Darling: my own darling: I have been in an [Julian Loewe papers]

  29A  
ALS to Stella Bowen
Redcar; Darling: The position is just as expected [Julian Loewe papers]

  29A  
ALS to Stella Bowen
Redcar; Darling: I was gazetted out of the Army this morning [Julian Loewe papers][copy in Box 29, foldder 82]

  29A  
ALS to Stella Bowen
Redcar; Darling: I forward the attached so taht you may see [Three enclosures are a letter from the Lyric Opera House, Hammersmith; a letter from the Anglo-French Review, Limited; and a letter from "Revue des Idees" concerning publications.] [Julian Loewe papers]

  29A  
ALS to Stella Bowen
Redcar; Darlling: The enclosed scrap shows my last appearance [The three enclosures are a menu dated Nov.7, `9`8, beginning "Potage Armistice"; a card dated NOv. 23 [1918] announcing a hockey match; and a sheet of orders dated Jan.10, 1919 in which Lt. Huefferis mentioned.][Julian Loewe papers]

  29A  
ALS to Stella Bowen
[London} Darling: Excuse, as the servant girls say, [Julian Loewe papers]

  29  
ALS to Stella Bowen
London: Darling: Yes: I sall be coming tomorrow [Julian Loewe papers]

  29A  
ALS to Stella Bowen
[London] Darling: It was a lovely day [Originally dated n.d., Spring 1919? when in possession of Julie Loewe.][Julian Loewe papers][Copy in Box 29, folder 83]

  29A  
ALS to Stella Bowen
[London] Darling: Your letter has only just arrived [Julian Loewe papers]

  29A  
ALS to Stella Bowen
[London] Darling: It is nearly country post time [Julian Loewe papers]

  29A  
ALS to Stella Bowen
Pulborough; Darling: I am writing to you before popping [Julian Loewe papers][copy in Box 29, folder 84]

  29A  
ALS to Stella Bowen
[Julian Loewe papers]

  29A  
ALS to Stella Bowen
[Pulborough] Darling: I reeally believe I understand the pathos [Julian Loewe papers]

  29A  
ALS to Stella Bowen
{Pulborough] Dearling: I had fully determined not to write to you [Julian Loewe papers]

  29A  
ALS to Stella Bowen
{Pulborough] Darling One: How can I have been so stupid [Julian Loewe papers][copy in Box 29, folder 85]

  29A  
ALS to Stella Bowen
Wd. you post me a postcard before noon[Julian Loewe papers]

  29A  
ALS to Stella Bowen
[Pulborough] Darling: I am not a good man. [Julian Loewe papers]

  29A  
ALS to Stella Bowen
[Pulborough?] Darling: I have just come up after giving a first [mistakenly dated 8-4-18][Julian Loewe papers]

  29A  
ALS to Stella Bowen
[Pulborough] [Julian Loewe papers]

  29A  
ALS to Stella Bowen
[Pulborough] Darling: I can't believe I cd. bear yr. not coming[Julian Loewe papers]

  29A  
ALS to Stella Bowen
[Pulborough] Darling: I have done nothing sensational today [Julian Loewe papers]

  29A  
ALS to Stella Bowen
[Pulborough] Darling: I seem to have slacked a bit today[Julian Loewe papers]

  29A  
ALS to Stella Bowen
[Pulborough] Darling: I have been whitewashing all the morning [Julian Loewe papers]

  29A  
ALS to Stella Bowen
[Pulborough] Darling: I have a tremendous lot of what the journalists[Julian Loewe papers]

  29A  
ALS to Stella Bowen
[Pulborough] Darling: This is just a note as you will be coming [Julian Loewe papers]

  29A  
ALS to Stella Bowen
[Pulborough] Darling: You have been gone 21 hours now! [Julian Loewe papers] [copy in Box 29, folder 86]

  29A  
ALS to Stella Bowen
[Pulborough] Darling: After a fair morning it has turned to [Julian Loewe papers]

  29A  
ALS to Stella Bowen
[Pulborough] Darling: Yr. Wed. letter only arrived this morning [Julian Loewe papers]

  29A  
ALS to Stella Bowen
[Pulborough] Darling: I had meant to set aside tonight for writing[Julian Loewe papers]

  29A  
ALS to Stella Bowen
[Pulborough] Darling: I got yr. note with a 5 [pound] this morning [Julian Loewe papers]

  29A  
ALS to Stella Bowen
[Pulborough] Darling: I must write you a little note tonight[Julian Loewe papers]

  29A  
ALS to Stella Bowen
[Pulborough] Darling: I have been for a longish walk[Julian Loewe papers]

  29B  
ALS to Stella Bowen
[Pulborough] Darling: I am afraid it was rather an unsatisfactory [Julian Loewe papers]

  29B  
ALS to Stella Bowen
[Pulborough] Darling: I will give you an account of how the garden [Julian Loewe papers][copy in Box 29, folder 86]

  29B  
ALS to Stella Bowen
[Pulborough] Darling: I am so afraid that my wire from Pul.[Julian Loewe papers]

  29B  
ALS to Stella Bowen
[Pulborough] Darling: I feel better than did this aftn. [Julian Loewe papers]

  29B  
ALS to Stella Bowen
[Pulborough] Darling: Yr. two letters of Tuesday have just [Julian Loewe papers]

  29B  
ALS to Stella Bowen
[Pulborough] Darling: This aftn. instead of writing to you [ Mistakenly dated 1918. Enclosed is diagram of Ford's garden][Julian Loewe papers]

  29B  
ALS to Stella Bowen
[Pulborough] Darling, Yr. telegram put me into a fine old[Julian Loewe papers]

  29B  
ALS to Stella Bowen
[Pulborough] Darling: I haven't done much today, but I feel pretty [Julian Loewe papers]

  29B  
ALS to Stella Bowen
[Pulborough] Darling: My long day's work is ended & I am writing [Julian Loewe papers]

  29B  
ALS to Stella Bowen
[Pulborough] Darling: Tom's vicissitudes seem likely to keep us [Julian Loewe papers]

  29B  
ALS to Stella Bowen
[Pulborough] Darling: I have been feeling rather rotten all day [Julian Loewe papers]

  29B  
ALS to Stella Bowen
[Pulborough] Darling: I am again pretty tired - with doing nothing [Julian Loewe papers][copy in Box 29, folder 89]

  29B  
ALS to Stella Bowen
[Pulborough] Darling: I am sorry for you - so worried [Julian Loewe papers]

  29B  
ALS to Stella Bowen
[Pulborough] Darling: I have been sitting in the failing light [Julian Loewe papers]

  29B  
ALS to Stella Bowen
[Pulborough] Darling: This is only a note. I have been Alabasting[Julian Loewe papers]

  29B  
ALS to Stella Bowen
[Pulborough] Darling: I have given the house [With ALS from Violet Hunt] [Julian Loewe papers]

  29B  
ALS to Stella Bowen
[Pulborough] Darling: This is just a goodnight note, seeing that [Julian Loewe papers]

  29B  
ALS to Stella Bowen
[Pulborough] Darling: Coming back here last night really seemed [Julian Loewe papers][copy in Box 29, folder 90]

  29B  
ALS to Stella Bowen
[Pulborough] Darling: Yes, Thursday seems to be [dated May 31-June 1] [Julian Loewe papers]

  29B  
ALS toStella Bowen
[Longon} Darling - I've spent the whote of today walking about Bucks [Julian Loewe papers]

  29B  
ALS toStella Bowen
[Pulborough] Darling: This is really only a good night note [Julian Loewe papers]

  29B  
ALS toStella Bowen
[Pulborough?] Darling: I am gradually running down the Westing [Julian Loewe papers]

  29B  
ALS toStella Bowen
[Pulborough?] DarlingOne: Excuse pencil: it is for me an easier [Julian Loewe papers]

  29B  
ALS to Stella Bowen
[n.p.] Darling: You now possess a white cat,

  29B  
ALS to Stella Bowen
Bedham; Daring: Your roses, etc. have come and standing [Julian Loewe papers]

  29B  
ALS to Stella Bowen
Bedham; Darling: I am so glad you are stopping - do hope [Julian Loewe papers]

  29B  
ALS to Stella Bowen
[n.p.] Darling: The communication on the reverse is not [On verso is ALS from the Westminster Bank, Mar. 8, 1923][Julian Loewe papers]

  29B  
ALS to Stella Bowen
[[Saint-Jean-Cap-Ferrat] Darling: All is well here & E. J. is [Julian Loewe papers]

  29B  
ALS to Stella Bowen
Saint-Jean-Cap-Ferrat] Darling: What adventures! And what luck [Julian Loewe papers]

  29B  
ALS to Stella Bowen
[Saint-Jean-Cap-Ferrat] Darling: Everything is all right here[Julian Loewe papers]

  29B  
ALS to Stella Bowen
[Saint-Jean-Cap-Ferrat] Darling: I'm so sorry you didn't get any [Julian Loewe papers]

  29B  
ALS to Stella Bowen
[Saint-Jean-Cap-Ferrat] Darling: I have just got back from the [Julian Loewe papers]

  29B  
ALS to Stella Bowen
[Saint-Jean-Cap-Ferrat] Darling One: Yr. letter of Friday has arrived[Julian Loewe papers][copy in Box 29, folder 91]

  29B  
ALS to Stella Bowen
[Saint-Jean-Cap-Ferrat] Darling: (I was just writing to old Vignon[?] [Julian Loewe papers]

  29B  
ALS to Stella Bowen
[Saint-Jean-Cap-Ferrat] Darling: To begin with what I have been [Julian Loewe papers]

  29B  
ALS to Stella Bowen
[Saint-Jean-Cap-Ferrat] Darling: The effigy of St. Clara is only [Julian Loewe papers][copy in Box 29, folder 92]

  29B  
ALS to Stella Bowen
[Saint-Jean-Cap-Ferrat] Darling: Only a p.c. (?) from you today [Julian Loewe papers]

  29B  
ALS to Stella Bowen
[Saint-Jean-Cap-Ferrat] Darling: No letter from you today [Julian Loewe papers]

  29B  
ALS to Stella Bowen
[Saint-Jean-Cap-Ferrat] Darling: Yr. letter of Saturday has just [Julian Loewe papers]

  29B  
ALS to Stella Bowen
[Saint-Jean-Cap-Ferrat] Darling: It was a great relief to come to [Julian Loewe papers]

  29B  
ALS to Stella Bowen
Tarascon; Darling: All is well here & nothing exceptional has [Julian Loewe papers]

  29B  
ALS to Stella Bowen
[Tarascon] Darling: No letter from you. However, I suppose [Julian Loewe papers]

  29B  
ALS to Stella Bowen
[n.p.] Darling, Your poor distressed letter [Julian Loewe papers]

  29B  
ALS to Stella Bowen
[Tarascon] Darling: This is only to be a scrap of a note [Julian Loewe papers]

  29B  
ALS to Stella Bowen
Tarascon; Darling: As I have just wired you: I finished the play [Julian Loewe papers]

  29B  
ALS to Stella Bowen
Tarascon; Darling: I sent off the play & letter yesterday [Julian Loewe papers][copy in Box 29, folder 94]

  29B  
AL[postcard]S to Stella Bowen
Arles; I have walked in here - in 4 hours: 22 kilometers. [Julian Loewe papers]

  29B  
ALS to Stella Bowen
[On Board the Savoie] Darling: It is just a week [Julian Loewe papers]

  29B  
ALS to Stella Bowen
New York; My own dear darling: Here I am installed [Julian Loewe papers][Copy in Box 29, folder 95]

  29B  
ALS to Stella Bowen
[New York] Darling: A note to say there is no news. [Julian Loewe papers]

  29B  
ALS to Stella Bowen
New York; Darling: I have been interviewed 16 times [Julian Loewe papers]

  29B  
ALS to Stella Bowen
[New York: Darling: Today being a public holiday I may be able [Julian Loewe papers][Copy in Box 29, folder 96]

  29B  
ALS to Stella Bowen
[New York] Darling: I have done very little today [Julian Loewe papers]

  29B  
ALS to Stella Bowen
[New York] Darling: I missed writing yesterday because it was [Julian Loewe papers]

  29B  
ALS to Stella Bowen
[New York] Darling: I got yrs. of the 29th yesterday [Julian Loewe papers]

  29B  
ALS to Stella Bowen
[New York] Darlling: The reverse was signedd for you at the [Verso signed by 16 Paris Americans.][Julian Loewe papers]

  29B  
ALS to Stella Bowen
[New York; My darling: I am very disturbed at [Julian Loewe papers][Copy in Box 29, folder 96]

  29B  
ALS to Stella Bowen
[New York] Darling: As I scribbled last night: my speech [Julian Loewe papers][Copy in Box 29, folder 99]

  29B  
ALS to Stella Bowen
New York; My darling: I am really getting distracted[Julian Loewe papers][Copy in Box 29, folder 100]

  29B  
ALS to Stella Bowen
[New York] Darling: At last I have yr. letter of Tues. Nov. 2nd [Julian Loewe papers]

  29B  
ALS to Stella Bowen
[New York] Darling: Yr. letter of the 4th-5th has reached me [Julian Loewe papers][Copy in Box 29, folder 101]

  29B  
ALS to Stella Bowen
[New York; Darling: The Boni negotiations still protract [Julian Loewe papers]

  29B  
ALS to Stella Bowen
[New York] Darling: Excuse pencil, my writer's cramp is rather [Julian Loewe papers]

  29B  
ALS to Stella Bowen
New York: Darling: After infinite haggling Bradley has got [Julian Loewe papers]

  29B  
ALS to Stella Bowen
[New York] Darling: Bradley really seems to have got the terms [Julian Loewe papers][Copy in Box 29, folder 102

  29B  
ALS to Stella Bowen
[New York] Darling: I did not write yesterday because I felt [Julian Loewe papers]

  29B  
ALS to Stella Bowen
[New York] Darling: I have been a good deal worried today [Julian Loewe papers]

  29B  
ALS to Stella Bowen
New York; Darling: I did not write yesterday - being Thanksgiving [Julian Loewe papers]

  29B  
ALS to Stella Bowen
[New York] Darling: Last night's party at the house of some people [Julian Loewe papers]

  29B  
ALS to Stella Bowen
[New York] Good Night Darling: I have been working very [Julian Loewe papers]

  29B  
ALS to Stella Bowen
New York; Darling: I have been too much bothered [With envelope dated Dec.3, 1936][Julian Loewe papers][Copy in Box 29, folder 102.5]

  29B  
ALS to Stella Bowen
New York; Darling: I have a good deal recovered [With envelope, dated Dec.5, 1926 and ALS mentioned in letter][Julian Loewe papers]

  29B  
ALS to Stella Bowen
New York; Darling: I have got thro' a tiresome [With envelope dated Dec.6 and three pages of lecture notes dated Dec.3 and 5][Julian Loewe papers]

  29B  
ALS to Stella Bowen
[New York] Darling: I am in a most unholy rush again.[Julian Loewe papers]

  29B  
ALS to Stella Bowen
[New York] Darling: I am just starting for Dartmouth [Julian Loewe papers]

  29B  
ALS to Stella Bowen
[On Train to Boston] Darling: I am running down through N. H'shire [Julian Loewe papers]

  29B  
ALS to Stella Bowen
Boston; I have just got here quite nicely [Julian Loewe papers]

  29B  
ALS to Stella Bowen
New York; My darling: I did not speak very well last night at the P.E.N.[Julian Loewe papers]

  29B  
ALS to Stella Bowen
New York; Darling: This again is a note in great haste. [Julian Loewe papers]

  29B  
ALS to Stella Bowen
New York; Darling: Yr. letter about my birthday -[Julian Loewe papers]

  29B  
TLS to Stella Bowen
New York; Darling: I have at last had two long letters from you[1st and last paragraph hand written][Julian Loewe papers]

  29B  
TLS to Stella Bowen
New York; Darling, I will go one answering your long[Julian Loewe papers]

  29B  
ALS to Stella Bowen
New York; Darling: After a riotous party at the Gormans' [Julian Loewe papers]

  29B  
ALS to Stella Bowen
New York; Darling: This is the last day of the year [Julian Loewe papers]

  29B  
Envelopes to Stella Bowen
A photocopy of one is included [Julian Loewe papers]

  29B  
ALS to Stella Bowen
New York; My darling, It has been a pretty numb day [Julian Loewe papers]

  29B  
ALS to Stella Bowen
New York; Darling: I did not write yesterday because I [Julian Loewe papers]

  29B  
ALS to Stella Bowen
New York; Darling, I have been working [sic] pretty hard [Julian Loewe papers]

  29B  
tLS to Stella Bowen
New York; Darling, I have just got two of your letters [Julian Loewe papers]

  29B  
TLS to Stella Bowen
New York; My dear Stella, I have always regarded this as my best book -[ Dedication letter to "The Good Soldier". First printed in New York, 1927 edition. TLS Misdated 1926. Harvey A46b][Julian Loewe papers]

  29B  
TLS to Stella Bowen
New York; Darling, I did not write yesterday because [Julian Loewe papers][Copy in Box 29, folder 103]

  29C  
ALS to Stella Bowen
New York; Darling: I have just seen Spingarn who is very [Julian Loewe papers]

  29C  
TLS to Stella Bowen
Chicago; My darling: I have not so much been remiss in writing [Dated 1926; one third is handwritten] [Julian Loewe papers]

  29C  
TLS to Stella Bowen
Chicago; Darling, The floods of interviewers have stopped[Julian Loewe papers]

  29C  
ALS to Stella Bowen
Chicago; My darling: I have your rather sad letter of the 7th [Julian Loewe papers] [Copy in Box 29, folder 104]

  29C  
TLS to Stella Bowen
Chicago; Darling, I am terribly afraid some of your letters[Julian Loewe papers]

  29C  
TLS to Stella Bowen
Chicago; My darling, At least I am going forcibly to take time [Julian Loewe papers]

  29C  
ALS to Stella Bowen
[On Train between Pittsburgh and Philadelphia] Darling: I have been so rushing about for the last four [Julian Loewe papers]

  29C  
TLS to Stella Bowen
New York; Darling, I was so glad to get your belated letters [Julian Loewe papers]

  29C  
TLS to Stella Bowen
New York; Darling, This may be almost the last letter I shall [Julian Loewe papers]

  29C  
TLS to Stella Bowen
New York; Darling: As I suppose you know now by my wire [Julian Loewe papers]

  29C  
ALS to Stella Bowen
New York; Darli9ng: I have had a wonderfully smooth voyage [Julian Loewe papers]

  29C  
ALS to Stella Bowen
New York; Darling: I have yr. letter of the 7th with the photos. [Julian Loewe papers]

  29C  
ALS to Stella Bowen
New York; Darling: I had such a bitter disappointment[Julian Loewe papers][Copy in Box 29, folder 109]

  29C  
TL[telegram] to Stella Bowen
Springfield, Ohio; Arrive Springfield tout va bien retourne [Misdated Nov.5][Julian Loewe papers]

  29C  
ALS to Stella Bowen
[On Train near Cleveland] Darling: Here I am returning the N.Y. [Julian Loewe papers]

  29C  
ALS to Stella Bowen
New York; Darling: Safe back from Springfield. I send you this batch of letters [Includes 7 letters of Ford's] [Julian Loewe papers]

  29C  
TL[telegram] to Stella Bowen
New York; Guild prend "Last Post" si content mille baisers [Julian Loewe papers]

  29C  
ALS to Stella Bowen
[New York] Darling: I have neglected you for several days, [Misdated Dec.10; envelope dated Nov.10][Julian Loewe papers][Copy in Box 29, folder 109.5]

  29C  
ALS to Stella Bowen
[New York] Darling: Here is Tomlinson's autograph in lieu of a letter. [Written on printed program of Farewell Dinner for Tomlinson] [Julian Loewe papers]

  29C  
TLS to Stella Bowen
New York; Darling, I was so pleased to get your gossipy letter [Julian Loewe papers] [Copy in Box 29, folder 110]

  29C  
TL[telegram] to Stella Bowen
New York: Lavignes seront reproduits Saturday Review tout [Julian Loewe papers]

  29C  
TLS to Stella Bowen
[New York] Darling, It is practically impossible for me to write to you [Julian Loewe papers]

  29C  
TLS to Stella Bowen
[New York] Darling, I do not get time to write you as often [Julian Loewe papers] [Copy in Box 29, folder 111]

  29C  
ALS to Stella Bowen
New York; Darling: I have finally - today - settled a very [Julian Loewe papers] [Copy in Box 29, folder 111.5]

  29C  
TL[telegram] to Stella Bowen
New York; Tres beau contrat arrange Viking Presse si[Julian Loewe papers]

  29C  
TLS to Stella Bowen
New York; Darling, I have had such an accident this week [Julian Loewe papers]

  29C  
ALS to Stella Bowen
New York; Darling: I have positively & actually today caught [Julian Loewe papers]

  29C  
TL[telegram] to Stella Bowen
New York; Contrat singe Viking tout va bien merci Goldring [Julian Loewe papers]

  29C  
TLS to Stella Bowen
New York; Darling, I have been having a wearying and rather [Julian Loewe papers]

  29C  
TLS to Stella Bowen
New York; Darling, This is rather a sad note to go by Brandt [Julian Loewe papers]

  29C  
TL[telegram] to Stella Bowen
New York; Please ask Drake obtain from Clarke & other [Julian Loewe papers]

  29C  
TL[telegram] to Stella Bowen
New York; Horriblement deccu nai pas pu embarquer suis tout seul[Julian Loewe papers]

  29C  
ALS to Stella Bowen
New York; Darling: I expect this will be the last letter [Julian Loewe papers] [Copy in Box 29, folder 113]

  29C  
TL[telegram] to Stella Bowen
New York; Cabled twentyfourth all well [Julian Loewe papers]

  29C  
TL[telegram] to Stella Bowen
New York; So sorry yours delayed yes take apartment love [Julian Loewe papers]

  29C  
TL[telegram] to Stella Bowen
New York; Happy Happy New Year to you all Ford [Julian Loewe papers]

  29C  
TLS to Stella Bowen
New York; Darling:, I have yours of the 27th Dec. [ Mistakenly dated 1927] [Julian Loewe papers]

  29C  
TLS to Stella Bowen
New York; Darling, Thank you for your letter of the 3rd [Julian Loewe papers]

  29C  
TLS to Stella Bowen
New York; Darling, I hope this will be the last letter I shall write you from here [Misdated 1927][Julian Loewe papers]

  29C  
TLS to Stella Bowen
[Paris] My dear, I thought you would like to know that E.J. was well and duly pickled [Julian Loewe papers]

  29C  
ALS to Stella Bowen
Toulon; Dear Stella: I enclose a letter authorizing you to deal with [Enclosed TLS to Bowen, dated May 20, 1933 delegated her as his agent for "Towards to Tomorrow"][Julian Loewe papers]

  29C  
TLS to Stella Bowen
Toulon; Dear Stella, I don't know whether Faber's wanting a[Julian Loewe papers]

  29C  
TL[telegram] to Stella Bowen
New York; IN CASE WAR WOULD YOU WISH SEND JULIE [Julian Loewe papers]

  29D  
TL to Stella Bowen
Transcripts of Ford-Bowen correspondence in the "Redcar" period

  29D  
TL to Stella Bowen
Transcripts of Ford-Bowen correspondence in the "Redcar" period

  2E  
TL to Stella Bowen
Transcripts copies of Ford-Bowen correspondence from Saint-Jean-Cap-Ferrat, Italy, with the Pounds.

  29E  
TL to Stella Bowen
Transcripts copies of Ford-Bowen correspondence from Arles.

  29E  
TL to Stella Bowen
Transcripts copies copies of Ford-Bowen correspondence from New York to Paris.

  29E  
TL to Stella Bowen
Transcripts copies of Ford-Bowen correspondence during Ford's trip to the Midwest U.S.A.

  29E  
TL to Stella Bowen
Transcripts copies of Ford-Bowen correspondence from Ford's second NY trip.

  30  
TL[copy] to Jenny Bradley
Paris; Yours of the 6th inst. I had not realized that Bradley had been so ill.

  30  
TL[copy] to Jenny Bradley
Paris; dear Jenny, I gathered from your letter that you knew I should not want to be published by a Nazi publisher

  30  
TL[copy] to Jenny Bradley
[Paris] Dear Jennie, As Miss Scriabine is still signing your letters I take it that Bradley is not back

  30  
TL[copy] to Jenny Bradley
[London] Dear Jenny, Thank you for the cheque for frs.1000 which duly reached me

  30  
TL[copy] to Jenny Bradley
London; Dear Jenny, If you have not already paid in the Lippincott advance will you kindly pay frs.200

  30  
TL[copy] to William A. Bradley
Toulon; Dear Bradley, Here is another collection what we used to call bumph from Pinker and Dent.

  30  
TL[copy] to William A. Bradley
Toulon; Dear Bradley, This here correspondence business is becoming portentous!

  30  
TL[copy] to William A. Bradley
[New York; My Dear Bradley, I have been very lazy about writing to you

  30  
TL[copy] to William A. Bradley
[New York] Dear Bradley, I have not got time to go into the whole of your letter

  30  
TL to William A. Bradley
Paris; My dear Bradley, Ref. our conversation of this evening. [With carbon of letter]

  30  
TL[copy] to William A. Bradley
New York; Dear Bradley, I forwarded you yesterday per the Majestic the remainder of the ms. of "A Little Less Than Gods"

  30  
TL[copy] to William A. Bradley
New York; Dear Bradley, I expect to sail on Friday, day after tomorrow, by S.S. Patria of the Fabre line

  30  
TL[copy] to William A. Bradley
Carqueiranne; Dear Bradley, Under separate envelopes one addressed to Brandt c/o you, I am sending you two copies

  30  
TL[copy] to William A. Bradley
New York; Dear Bradley, Below is a list of payments made to me by Brandt & Brandt since the 1st of January [With second copy of letter]

  30  
TL[copy] to William A. Bradley
[New York] Dear Bradley, NOTTERDAM After working practically night and day for some time past

  30  
TL[copy] to William A. Bradley
[Toulon?] Dear Bradley, I should be obliged if you would let me have your copy of my agreement

  30  
TL[copy] to William A. Bradley
Toulon; Dear Bradley, My New York agent, Miss Ruth Kerr... has cabled to ask me if I can arrange

  30  
TL[copy] to William A. Bradley
Paris; dear Bradley, Thank you. I think you might as well send that frs.500 to my account on Monday.

  30  
TL[copy] to William A. Bradley
[Toulon] Dear Bradley, I enclose a letter I just had from Liferight and would be glad of your reqaction to it

  30  
TL[copy] to William A. Bradley
Dear Bradley, Yours of the nineteenth of April. The length of "The Rash Act" as far as I can tell

  30  
TL[copy] to William A. Bradley
[Paris] Dear Bradley, Enclosed pleas find the synopsis of "The Rash Act".

  30  
TL[copy] to William A. Bradley
Toulon; Dear Bradley, Here is my agreement with Liveright.

  30  
TL[copy] to William A. Bradley
[Toulon] Dear Bradley, I enclose for your information Liveright's reply to mine.

  30  
TL[copy] to William A. Bradley
Toulon; Dear Bradley, Thank you. I am writing to Pillement by this post.

  30  
TL[copy] to William A. Bradley
[Toulon] Dear Bradley, I wish we could bet you to look at things in a more realistic manner

  30  
TL[copy] to William A. Bradley
Toulon; Dear Bradley, Thanks for yours of the seventeenth.

  30  
TL[copy] to William A. Bradley
Toulon; Dear Bradley, I have received from Miss Kerr an offer for "Ladies Whose Bright Eyes"

  30  
TL[copy] to William A. Bradley
[Toulon] Dear Bradley, I have mailed today the article to Harper's, it being as you'll observe

  30  
TL[copy] to William A. Bradley
[Paris?] Dear Bradley, Will you please as I asked you in the beginning, appoint someone in New York

  30  
TL[copy] to William A. Bradley
[Paris] Dear Bradley, Here is the Cape agreement, signed, with an alteration

  30  
TL[copy] to William A. Bradley
Paris; Dear Bradley, Ref. Lippincott's payment: please do not have my share of this converted [Draft[copy] of this letter on verso]

  30  
TL[copy] to William A. Bradley
Paris; Dear Bradley, Herewith the article which I have cut out of the first chapter of "Towards Tomorrow"

  30  
TL[copy] to William A. Bradley
[Paris] Dear Bradley, I think the ENGLISH REVIEW rate of pay is very lov and I would rather not be printed by them.

  30  
TL[copy] to William A. Bradley
[Toulon] Dear Bradley, What is the position with regard to the collected Tietjens books

  30  
TL[copy] to William A. Bradley
[Toulon? Paris?] Dear Bradley, Thank you. I would be very glad if you would let me have

  30  
TL[copy] to William A. Bradley
[Toulon] Dear Bradley, Here are the latest of Boni's accounts I could find you.

  30  
TL[copy] to William A. Bradley
[Toulon] Dear Bradley, Thank you for your letter. I forwarded the mss of TOWARDS TOMORROW

  30  
TL[copy] to William A. Bradley
[Toulon?] Dear Bradley, Your letter of the 2nd inst. seems little less than libellous

  30  
TL[copy] to William A. Bradley
[Paris? Toulon?] Dear Bradley, I trust you are now sufficiently restored to attend to business

  30  
TL[copy] to William A. Bradley
Toulon; Dear Bradley, I have forwarded signed to Stella a document of which below please find a copy

  30  
TL[copy] to William A. Bradley
[Paris? Toulon?] Dear Bradley, I must confess to being disappointed at the rate obtained from Lippincott's

  30  
TL[copy] to William A. Bradley
Paris; Dear Bradley, I forward herewith for your information copy of a letter that I wrote to Lippincott's

  30  
TL[copy] to William A. Bradley
[Toulon?] Dear Bradley, Have you another copy of my HISTORY OF OUR OWN TIME?

  30  
TL[copy] to William A. Bradley
[Toulon] Dear Bradley, I sent the complete typescript of the book on Provence to Lippincotts

  30  
TL[copy to Carl Brandt
[New York] Dear Brandt, The time appears to have come, much as I dislike it,

  30  
TL[copy to Carl Brandt
[Paris?] My Dear Carl, I wish I could have caught you in London for I am just in the process of changing

  30  
TL[copy to Carl Brandt
New York; My dear Brandt, Ref. my future plans etc. These naturally depend on my resources

  30  
TL[copy to Carl Brandt
New York; Dear Carl, With reference to our telephone conversation of yesterday I enclose

  30  
TL[copy to Carl Brandt
[Paris?] Dear Brandt, I enclose herewith a letter from Brentano's about that French prize business.

  30  
TL[copy to Carl Brandt
[New York] Dear Brandt, "History of Our Own Time". If Miss. Baumgarten is to handle the above [Misdated 1921]

  30  
TL[copy] to Brandt & Brant
New York; Dear Sirs, Your MS/WK of the 30th ult. I have to thank you for the above which seems to me to be correct

  30  
TL[copy] to Brandt & Brant
[Paris?] Dear Sirs, I have your accounts brom Boni & Boni shewing balance of $82.84 in my favour.

  30  
TL[copy] to Brandt & Brant
[Paris?] Dear Sirs, I should be much obliged by an answer to mine of the 20th ult.

  30  
TL[draft] to Brandt & Brant
[Paris? Toulon?] Kindly remind Viking I re-wrote Poor Man at urgen request of Oppenheimer

  30  
TL[copy] to Joseph Brewer
Paris; My Dear Brewer, Comparing the above date with that on your letter I observe that your letter has taken

  30  
TL[copy] to Joseph Brewer
[New York] Dear Joseph, I don't know anything about that WWJ broadcast. No one has said anything

  30  
TL[copy] to Joseph Brewer
[New York] Dear Brewer, I have taken the liberty of inserting your name among thos of the charter memembers

  30  
TL[copy] to Joseph Brewer
[New York] My dear Joseph, My suggestion that I should pay a yearly visit to Olivet if I accept the

  30  
TL[copy] to Joseph Brewer
[New York] Dear Mr. President, I think you and the college are really to be congratulated on the notable progress

  30  
TL[copy] to Joseph Brewer
[New York] My Dear Joseph: From enclosed which please return you will observe that I am still trying

  30  
TL[copy] to the Trustees, the British Museum
[London] My Lords and Gentlemen, I have the honour to apply to you in the following circumstances

  30  
TLS to Heywood Broun
New York; Dear Heywood Broun, I'd be glad of a word or two with you shomewhere, sometime [Broun's response on recto]

  30  
TL{copy] to Heywood Broun
New York; My Dear Heywood Broun, I have been and always am so insupportably busy mostly of other people's affairs

  30  
ALS to "Grandpapa"
[Folkestone] Dear Grandpapa, I am so glad you are well

  30  
TL[copy,fragment] to Gerald Bullett
[Toulon]...and used for manuals in University English Classes.

  30  
TL[copy,fragment] to Joseph Brewer
[Toulon] Dear Sir, Anything that calls for attention to writing in a world that avoids with disgust

  30  
TL[copy] to Joseph Brewer
[Toulon] Dear Mr. Bullett, The QUICK AND THE DEAD is pretty good stuff and you ought to be pleased with it

  30  
TL[copy] to Joseph Brewer
[Toulon?] Dear Mr. Bullet, I shall be delighted to write a notice of the Cantos for you

  30  
TL[copy] to Joseph Brewer
[Toulon] Dear Mr. Bullett, I sent the review to Ezra off some days ago.

  30  
TL[copy] to Joseph Brewer
Paris; My Dear Mr. Bullett, I am really grieved to see that the WEEKEND REVIEW is stopping

  30  
TL[copy] to Joseph Brewer
Villa Paul; My Dear Bullett; I am a swine not to have written to you before

  30  
TL[copy] to William C. Bullitt
[New York] My dear Bullitt: I am thinking of re-starting the TRANSATLANTIC REVIEW

  30  
TL[copy] to Basil Bunting
[Toulon] Dear Bunting: Yea, about five hundred works will do very well. Thank you.

  30  
TLS[copy] to Whit Burnett
Boulder; Dear Burnett, Miss Whipple tells me that you would like my opinion on her novel

  30  
TL[copy] to H.P. Burton
[New York] Dear Sir, I am sending you herewith my contribution to your symposium

  30  
TL[copy] to Fanny Butcher
Paris; Dear Miss Butcher, Alas, 'twas not to be. I only got your kind invitation this morning

  30  
TLS[copy] to George T. Bye
[New York] My dear Bye, I have told Vernon of the Dial Press that you will communicate with him

  30  
TL[copy] to George T. Bye
[New York] Dear Bye, I think the time has come when, if you have not already done it,

  30  
TL[copy] to George T. Bye
New York; My Dear Bye, Ref. Publisher. With regard to Doubledays on any other publisher I want

  30  
TL[copy] to George T. Bye
[New York?] Dear Bye, Will you please deal with this? I don't know anything about these people

  30  
TL[copy] to George T. Bye
[New York?] Dear Bye, Here is the article on species. It makes almost six thousand words

  30  
TL[copy] to George T. Bye
Clarksville; Dear Bye, Herewith is the first of the articles and also Mr. Ford's illustrations

  30  
TL[copy] to George T. Bye
Olivet; Dear Bye, I send you herewith an article on Denver, Colorado which you can offer to CAVALCADE

  30  
TL[copy] to George T. Bye
Clarksville; Dear Bye, Thank you for the blessed word "intellectual" which Mor. Costain or Mr. Spock has invented

  30  
TL[copy] to George T. Bye
Clarksville; Dear Bye, I am getting extremely anxious about the fate of those drawings of Boston

  30  
TL[copy] to George T. Bye
[Olivet] Dear Bye, I suppose that's another $300 gone west - that is why

  30  
TL[copy] to George T. Bye
Olivet; Dear Bye, According to our present schedule we shall leave New York by the Lafayette

  30  
TL[copy] to George T. Bye
[New York] Dear Bye, The three books I discussed with Howe are as follows: 1-The quite provisional title

  30  
TL[copy] to George T. Bye
[Olivet?] Dear Bye, Here we are in the midst of daily snow storms,

  30  
TL[copy] to George T. Bye
[New York?] Dear Bye, Will you please note the following details: Our address for the present

  31  
AL[draft] to Henry S. Canby
[New York] Dear Dr. Canby, I'm sorry but I think I'd better send the Gibbs book back to you [not in Ford's hand]

  31  
AL[draft] to Henry S. Canby
[Paris] Dear Dr. Canby, I have at last got Gibbs' book. How much do you want me to write about it? [ Not in Ford's hand]

  31  
TL[copy] to Jonathan Cape Ltd.
[Paris?] Dear Sirs, Yours of the 24th Inst. I note what you say ref. ENGLISH COUNTRY.

  31  
TL[copy] to Jonathan Cape Ltd.
[Paris?] Dear Sirs, Notterdam. The present would seem to be a good time to publish.

  31  
TL[copy] to Jonathan Cape Ltd.
[Paris] Dear Sirs, Notterdam. At your request I am having forwarded to you a copy

  31  
TL[copy] to Jonathan Cape Ltd.
[Paris] Dear Sirs, WHEN THE WICKED MAN. Mr. Ford asks me to say that he does not see his way [Not in Ford's hand]

  31  
TL[copy] to Jonathan Cape Ltd.
[Paris] Dear Sirs, WHEN THE WICKED MAN. I am forwarding you by this mail under another cover [Not in Ford's hand]

  31  
TL[copy] to Jonathan Cape
Paris; My Dear Cape, I do hope you are not going to use this lugubrious dirge

  31  
TL[copy] to Jonathan Cape
Paris; My Dear Cape, I am having sent you under another cover a copy of an American novel

  31  
TL[copy] to Jonathan Cape
Paris; Dear Cape, Ref. the agreement Bradley has just sent me.

  31  
TL[copy] to Jonathan Cape
Paris; My dear Cape, Thank you; I am really much obliged. I enclose the blurb herewith.

  31  
TL[copy] to Robert I Center
Toulon; Dear Sir, I am much flattered by your letter of the 28th April.

  31  
TL[copy] to Robert I Center
Toulon; Dear Sir, I am sending you under separate cover, the ms. of THE HISTORY OF OUR OWN TIME

  31  
TL[copy] to Robert I Center
[Toulon] Dear Sir, I am much obliged to you for your letter of the 3rd inst.

  31  
TL[copy] to John Chamberlain
[Toulon?] Dear Sir, I think you should launch a thunderbolt

  31  
TL[copy] to Jacques Chambrun
[New York] Dear Mr. Chambrun, As I have said, I have no articles by me.

  31  
TL[copy] to Jacques Chambrun
[New York] Dear Sir, If you do not within twenty four hours return the ms. of my article on Weather

  31  
TL[copy] to Woodburn Chase
New York; Dear Mr. Chase: I am flattered that you should invite me to join your committee

  31  
TL[copy] to [?] Child
London; Dear Child. This is, just to tell you that it is certainly my intention

  31  
TL[copy] to Padraic Colum
[Paris?] Dear Colum, I really wish you would let me know what are your intentions

  31  
TL[copy to Saxe Commins
New York; Dear Mr. Commins, I regret to say that Mrs. Archibald MacColl, the lady whose novel

  31  
TL[copy] to Joseph Conrad
Attd. 9/Welch; My Dear Conrad, I have just had a curious opportunity with regard to sound

  31  
TL[copy] to Joseph Conrad
Attd.9/Welch; Dear Conrad, I wrote these rather hurried notes yesterday because we were being shelled

  31  
TL[copy] to Joseph Conrad
9/Welch; My Dear, I will continue for yr. information and necessary action,

  31  
TL[copy] to Joseph Conrad
Rouen; My dear, It must be all of five months since I heard from you

  31  
ALS to Joseph Conrad
[Paris] Dear Conrad, Wd. you look at reverse and return it? [Verso is TLS Victor Llana to Ford, April 16, 1924]

  31  
TL[draft,fragment] to Joseph Conrad 1 leaf
Paris; Dear Conrad, I am sorry to trouble you again about the affairs of "Romance"

  31  
TL{copy,draft] to Messrs. Kovici [i.e.Convici]
New Yokr; Dear Kovici [sic], I could not answer yours of the 31st ult. before

  31  
TL[copy] to Messrs. Covici
Paris; dear Mr. Covici, I am sending you Miss Jean Rhys' translation of PERVERSITE

  31  
TL[draft] to Messrs. Covici
Paris; dear Mr. Covici, I am sending you Miss Jean Rhys' translation of PERVERSITE

  31  
TL[copy ] to Coward-McCann
[Paris?] Dear Sirs, This is to remind you that payment on Mr. Ford's story [signed "Secretary"]

  31  
TLS to Edward Crankshaw
32.r.d. Seine; Dear Crankshaw, I don't think you need to have nay scruples about continuing the translation

  31  
TLS to Edward Crankshaw
31 r.d.s.; My dear Crankshaw, We expect to descend on you next Saturday

  31  
ALS to [Edward Crankshaw]
[Paris?] I simply can't write letters: the b....y form is abhorrent

  31  
TLS to Edward Crankshaw
Toulon; My dear Crankshaw, I have been an unconscionable time answering your too kind letter

  31  
TLS[copy] to Edward Crankshaw
Paris; My dear Crankshaw, things on my arrival here grow complicateder and complicateder.

  31  
TL[copy] to Edward Crankshaw
[Paris] Dear Crankshaw, I'm sorry to trouble you; but there is some muddle about the Tietjens books

  31  
TL[copy] to Edward Crankshaw
[Paris] Dear Crankshaw, We are packing to sail by LAFAYETTE;

  31  
TL[copy] to Edward Crankshaw
[New York] My Dear Crankshaw, I think I have written to you since you wrote me,

  31  
TL[copy] to Edward Crankshaw
[New York] My Dear Crankshaw, I was very glad to have your news from which I hope we may gather

  31  
TL[copy] to Edward Crankshaw
New York; My dear Crankshaw, Once again this isn't going to be a serious letter about your book.

  31  
TL[copy] to Edward Crankshaw
[New York] My dear Crankshaw, I owe you a letter about all sorts of things

  31  
TL[copy] to W. P. Crozier
[New York] Dear Sir, In your letter of March 10 you suggest that you would like to have my views

  31  
TL[copy] to G. F. J. Cumberlege
Toulon; Dear Sir, I think, as you are agreeable to it, that it would be better if we continued

  31  
TL[copy to E. C. Cumberlege
Paris; Dear Mr. Cumberlege,You may be right about the literary agent but I'm inclined myself more to the option that it's a poltergeist

  31  
TL[copy] to C. F. G. Cumberlege
[Paris?] Dear Mr. Cumberlege, I am proposing to offer Dr. Lowry my HISTORY OF OUR OWN TIMES

  31  
AL[copy] to Curtis Brown, Ltd.
[Paris?] Dear Sirs, I'm sending you under another cover page proofs [Not in Ford's hand]

  31  
TL[copy to the Editor, "The Daily Mail"
Paris; Dear Sir, Would you care to let me write an article for your middle pages on the case of the Jews

  31  
TL[copy] to the Editory, "The Daily Telegraph"
Paris; Dear Sir, Would you care to let me write an article for your editorial page on the case of the Jews

  31  
TL[copy] to the Editor, "Dallas Morning News"
New York; Dear Sir, Would you kindly hand the attached note to your contributor M.A.C.? [Enclosed note is letter to the reviewer of His Poems]

  31  
TL[copy] to Messrs. Darley Cumberland
Paris; Dear Sirs, Yours of Nov.4th I have not been able to come across any cutting with reference

  31  
TL[copy] to Messrs. Darley Cumberland & Co.
Paris; Dear Sirs, Yours of the 2nd inst. which reaches me only today.

  31  
TL[copy] to Darley & Cumberland & Co.
Paris; Dear Sirs, I am obliged to you for your letter of the 7th inst. with its assurance

  31  
TL[copy]
Paris; Dear Sirs, I am much obliged to you for your letter

  31  
TL[copy] to Darley & Cumberland
Paris; Dear Sirs, Yours of Nov.4th. I have not been able to come across any cuttings with reference

  31  
TL[copy] to George Davis
[Olivet?] Deare Davis; Here is the story. I have been trying in it to find a new form

  31  
TLS to Natalie Davision
Olivet; Dear Mrs. Davison: I am writing to you because I feel ashamed to, as it were,

  31  
ALS[copy] to Henry D. Davray
[London] Dear Monsieur Davray, I am extremely delighted to hear that you will come to London. [Enclosed 1 leaf TLS Herbert Eaton to Max Saunders, Apr.27, 1988; with note by Cornell archivist at bottom.]

  31  
TL[copy] to the Editor, Detroit Free Press
[Olivet] Sir, My attention has been drawn to two cuttings from your columns,

  31  
TL[copy] to Detroit Town Hall
[Olivet] Dear Madam, I am afraid that neith Mrs. Ford nor I could presume to let ourselves

  31  
TL[copy] to Dial Press
[New York] Dear Sirs: An author called Wendell Wilcox of 1120 Est 55th Street, Chicago

  31  
TL[copy] to Loval Dickson
[n.p.] Dear Sir, I enclose herewith blurb for Mrs. Caroline Gordon's ALECK MAURY.

  31  
TL[copy] to Doubleday Doran & Co.
[Paris?] Dear Sirs, Ref. yours of the 6th October 1934 I am now proposing to issue through my regular

  31  
TL[copy] to Messrs. Doubleday Doran
New York; Dear Sirs, Please find below a short blurb for Miss Glennn's book.

  31  
TL[copy] to Theodore Dreiser
[Paris] My Dear Dreiser, I was very glad to see your signature again. Alas, I am afraid there is no chance

  31  
TL[copy] to Theodore Dreiser
[Toulon] My Dear Dreiser, In answer to yours of the 26th January. I wrote you a letter of which

  31  
TL[copy,fragment] to Duckworth & Co.
Paris; Dear Sirs, Messrs. Boni and Boni are reprinting as the first volume of a collected edition of my works

  31  
TL[copy] to Duckworth & Co.
London; Dear Sirs, I have to thank you for your letter of the 19th inst. informing me

  31  
TL[copy] to Duckworth & Co.
[Paris] Dear Sirs, Messrs. Constable inform me that you have decided not to take over from them my book

  31  
TL[draft] to Duckworth & Co.
Paris; Dear Sirs, I have to thank you for your letter of the 27th inst. and for the information that it gives me

  31  
TL[copy] to Gerald Duckworth
[Paris] My Dear Duckworth, Thanks for yours of the 28th ref the European Motion picture Co.

  31  
TL[draft] to Duckworth & Co.
Paris; Dear Sirs, I should esteem it a favour if you would forward to Mr. W. H. Thompson

  31  
TL[copy] to Duckworth & Co.
[Paris]Dear Sirs, I should esteem it a favour if you would forward to Mr. W. H. Thompson

  31  
TLS to Gerald Duckworth
Paris; My dear Duckworth, I'm extremely hard up and bothered and should be proportionately obliged if you could let me have a hundred pounds.

  31  
TL[copy] to Gerald Duckworth
Toulon; My dear Duckworth, Yours of the 23rd ult. Ref German translation of NO MORE PARADES.

  31  
TL[copy] to Gerald Duckworth
[Paris]My Dear Mr. Duckworth, Mr. Ford has asked me to write to you confirming a cable [signed "Caroline Gordon"]

  31  
TL[copy] to Gerald Duckworth
[Paris] My Dear Mr. Duckworth, Mr. Ford has asked me to tell you that he hopes you have by this time [signed "Caroline Gordon"]

  31  
TL[draft] to Gerald Duckworth
Paris; My Dear Duckworth, Your letter of the 10th distresses me very much. In the first place,

  31  
TL[draft?,copy?,fragment] to Gerald Duckworth
Paris; My Dear Duckworth, Your letter of the 10th distresses me very much. In the first place,

  31  
TL[copy] to the Editor [?]
[n.p.] Dear Sir, Two pronouncements in late numbers of your journal are very horrifying to the quiet observer

  31  
TL[copy] to T. S. Eliot
[Toulon] Dear Eliot, I suppose you know that Ezra's CANTOS are to be published in the fall by Farrar and Rinehart, [Enclosed are 5 leaves containing copies of letters to other authors asking for testimonials to Eliot]

  31  
TL[copy] to C. S. Evans
Paris; Dear Mr. Evans, I am returning you the proofs of IT WAS THE NIGHHTINGALE corrected.

  31  
T:[copy] to Ray Everit
New York; Dear Sir, Mr. Carl Van Doren has suggested that I should apply to you.

  31  
TL[copy to Faber & Faber
[Toulon] Dear Sirs, I am obliged to you for sending me Mr. Pound's ABC but I am afraid I cannot write about them

  31  
TL[draft] to John Farrar
[Toulon?] Dear Farrar, I hear you are publishing Ezra's Canto in the fall. I hope you will do well with them

  31  
TL[draft]
[New York] My Dear Farrar, All luck has dogged my attempts to get hold of you. [Written by Janice Biala]

  31  
TL[copy] to Farrar & Rinehart
[Toulon?] Dear Sirs, I think yhou might have sent me a copy of the pamphlet about Pound's Cantos

  31  
TL[copy,fragment] to F. S. Flint
Bedham; Dear Mr. Flint, Monro tells me you are sort of chief lit. advisor at the P. B.

  31  
TL[copy] to Mrs. Force
New York; Dear Mrs. Force, I sit in my window here and watch the happy crowds go in and out of your doorway

  31  
TL[copy] to the Editor, The Forum
[New York] Dear Sir, I have listened so often and with such comple concurrence to Dr. Lin Yutang's

  31  
TL[copy] to F. P. Frazier
[New York] Dear Mr. Frazier, Brentano's are only displaying one or two copies of PROVENCE

  31  
TL[copy] to F. P. Frazier
Memphis; Dear Mr. Frazier, The ladies' club here complains that, although they ordered ten copies of PROVENCE

  31  
TL[copy] to Donald Friede
[New York?] My Dear Friede, On the twenty eighth of October I mailed to you

  31  
TL[copy] to Donald Friede
New York; My Dear Friede, I am so sorry I suppose the letter must have gone astray

  31  
TL[copy] to Crosby Gaige
[Paris?] My dear Gaige, I am sorry I butted into the English side of your publishing arrangements

  31  
ALS to Edward Garnett
Winchelsea, Sussex; Dear Edward: Thanks: The arm is extremely painful and bothersome

  31  
TL[copy,fragment] to [Edward Garnett]
Winchelsea; One sh'd have written before - but [Transcription (partial) of a ms.]

  31  
ALS to Edward Garnett
Adlington, Kent; Dear Edward; Thanks for what you say about the

  31  
TL[copy,fragment] to Edward Garnett
Winchelsea; Dear Edward, Here's the end of the "Altruist". Let me have the whole rotten bunch back

  31  
TLS to Edward Garnett
Paris; Dear Garnett, Keating who desires I think with some little cause to make me dislike you [Included is 3 May 1928 AL[copy] from Wm. Jackson Books, Ltd.]

  31  
ALS to Olive Garnett
London; My Dear Olive: It is kind indeed of you

  31  
TLS[copy] to Olive [Garnett]
Aldington; Dear Olive, Many thanks for your letter & the vicarious [With ALS[copy] (1910) from Grant Richards]

  31  
TLS[copy] to Hector Ghilini
[Toulon] Monsieur, Je suis bien flatte de votre letter du 4 septembre que je viens de recevoir.

  31  
TL[copy] to Arnold Gingrich
[New York] Dear Sir, A Mr. Jacques Chambrun of 745 Avenue in this city on December 6th last

  31  
AL[draft] to Arnold Gingrich
[New York] Dear Mr. Gingrich- If you like I'll send you a chapter or so from the book [not in Ford's hand, partly in shorthand]

  31  
AL[draft to Arnold Gingrich
[New York] Dear Mr. Gingrich, I've now read C.D.T.P. with great enthusiasm. It produces on me [not in Ford's hand]

  31  
AL[draft] to Isa [Glen]
[New York] My Dear Isa, I'm glad you've at last deigned as to take notice of my existence. [not in Ford's hand]

  31  
TL[copy] to Alfred Goldsmith
[n.p.] My dear Goldsmith, I am sending you under another cover the first draft of my HISTORY OF OUR OWN TIME

  31  
TL[copy] to Alfred Goldsmith
[Paris?] My Dear Goldsmith, On the 15th Nov. I sent you a mixed typed-holograph ms. of my

  31  
TL[copy] to Victor Gollancz
Toulon; Dear Sir, I much regret not having answered your letter of the 28th April before this

  31  
TL[copy] to Victor Gollancz
Toulon; Dear Mr. Gollanez, I am disturbed because the type script of my Reminiscences has not yet reached me

  31  
TL[copy] to Victor Gollancz
Toulon; Dear Sir, I forwarded the mss. of my reminiscences to my Paris agent on Thursday

  31  
TL[copy] to Victor Gollancz
Toulon; Dear Sir, I am forwarding you herewith under another cover the corrected proofs

  31  
TL[draft] to Victor Gollancz
Paris; Dear Mr. Gollancz, This is very annoying. Of course, as far as I am concerned, you may delete that

  31  
TL[copy] to Victor Gollancz
[Paris] Dear Mr. Gollancz, This is very annoying. Of course, as far as I am concerned, you may delete

  31  
TL[copy] to Victor Gollancz
Paris; Dear Sir, I should really esteem it a favour if you would let me know whether you are coming to Paris

  31  
TL[copy] to Victor Gollancz
[Paris] Dear Sir, It is annoying that you are not going to be able to be in Paris.

  31  
TL[copy] to Victor Gollancz
[Paris?] Dear Sirs: i am very glad that you like my reminiscences and hope you will see your way to publish them

  31  
TL[copy] to Victor Gollancz
[Paris] Dear Sir, I am aftraid I cannot wait any longer for your comping to Paris

  31  
TL[copy] to Victor Gollancz
[Toulon?] Dear Sir, I have been away and have only just received your letter

  31  
TL[copy] to Victor Gollancz
[Paris?] Dear Sir, I have not yet received your account for the sales of "Return to Yesterday"

  31  
TL[copy] to Victor Gollancz
Paris; Dear Sirs: With regard to the second volume of my Reminiscences;

  31  
TL[copy] to Victor Gollancz
Paris; Dear Sir, Mr. W.A. Bradley has sent me an extract, reading as follows,

  31  
TL[copy] to Ferris Greenslet
New York; My Dear Greenslet; My young friend, Mr. Lloyd Frankenberg, tells me that his a applying

  31  
TL[copy] to Ferris Greenslet
Paris; Dear Greenslet, Mrs. Aley says you want to see more of these chapters.

  31  
TL[copy] to Ferris Greenslet
[Paris] My Dear Greenslet, I am sending you herewith the contrat for "Literary Portraits"

  31  
TL[copy] to Ferris Greenslet
New Yokr; My Dear Greenslet, I always bow to the Rhadamanthine decrees of sales and publicity

  31  
TL[copy] to Ferris Greenslet
New York; My Dear Greenslet, Briefly speaking, the position is this: Stanley Unwin has made an agreement

  31  
TL[copy] to Ferris Greenslet
New York; Dear Greenslet, My friend, Mr. George Keating has promised to send you copies of the Tietjens books.

  31  
TL[copy] to Ferris Greenslet
New York; My dear Greenslet, I am afraid I have left answering yours of the 15th so late

  31  
TL[copy] to Ferris Greenslet
Clarksville; Dear Greenslet: Mrs. Ford mentioned to you, I think whilst we were in Boston,

  31  
TL[copy] to Ferris Greenslet
Olivet; My dear Greenslet, Albert Feuilerat of Yale suggest that you should write

  31  
TL[copy] to Ferris Greenslet
Olivet; My Dear Greenslet, I am very glad you're in such good spirits about Miss Whipple.

  31  
TL[copy] to Ferris Greenslet
Olivet; My dear Greenslet, Several points: A. You have not sent me proofs of my preface to Rene Behaine

  31  
TL[copy] to Ferris Greenslet
Olivet; Mr dear Greenslet, I am very sorry ou are not coming here.

  31  
TL[copy] to Ferris Greenslet
[Olivet] Dear Greenslet, Your ghost shall now join the pale shades of Yahudi, Pawling,

  31  
TL[copy] to Ferris Greenslet
[Olivet] My Dear Greenslet, I find, in checking up my files, that I did not send you the enclosed letter

  31  
TL[copy] to Ferris Greenslet
New York; My dear Greenslet, Thank you for the Behaine book which has already reached me.

  31  
TL[copy] to Albert H. Gross
[New York] Dear Mr. Gross, It will give me great pleasure to sign the manifesto

  31  
AL[draft] to {David J. Grossman]
[New York?] Dear Sir, The questions you ask in your [letter] which I regret not to have [On verso of Grossman to Ford 11 Mar. 1939; Not in Ford's hand]

  32  
TL{copy,fragment] to Harold [Guinzberg]
[New York/] Dear Mr. Ginsburg: I am prepared to furnish to your agent at any address you like to select in the city

  32  
TL[draft] to Harold Guinzberg
[New York?] Dear Guinzberg, With reference to Notterdam and our conversation of this afternoon

  32  
TL[copy] to Harold Guinzberg
[Toulon] My Dear Guinzberg, I understand that NOTTERDAM under the title WHEN THE WICKED MAN was published

  32  
TL[copy] to Harold Guinzberg
[Paris?Toulon?] Dear Guinzberg, I am now contemplating publishing THAT SAME POOR MAN

  32  
TL[copy] to Alvin Hamer
[Olivet] Dear Mr. Hamer, I have reflected carefully over your letter of the 8th

  32  
TL[copy] to the Editress, Harper's Bazaar
[Toulon?] Dear Madam, I am forwarding you herewith corrected proof of LONDON DOES NOT CHANGE VERY MUCH

  32  
TL[copy] to Lee Hartman
[Toulon?] Dear Hartman, I am sending you herewith the article on the Cote d'Azur.

  32  
TL[copy] to Lee Hartman
[Olivet] Dear Hartman, Herewith I am sending you the article you said you would like

  32  
TL[copy] to Lee Hartman
New York; My dear Hartman, I am telling Bye to send you the short story

  32  
TL[drafts] to Cardinal Patrick Joseph Hayes
New York; Your Eminence: [Texts differ in two drafts decrying the Cardinal's "edict"]

  32  
TL[copy] to E.S.P. Haynes
[New York] My Dear Haynes, I was glad to see your signature again after all these years.

  32  
TL[copy] to William Heinemann, Ltd.
[Paris?] Dear Sirs, Your ANTHOLOGY OF MODERN ENGLISH POETRY Mrs. Ford asks me to say that he still does not much want [Signed FMF "Secretary"]

  32  
TL[copy] to Ernest Hemingway
New York; Dear Ernest, I am trying to re-start the TRANSATLANTIC REVIEW and it shall give me enormous pleasure

  32  
TL[copy] to David Higham
[Paris?Toulon?] Dear Sir, Yours of the 26th ult. I still think that the common law right of an author

  32  
TL[copy] to Rev. Matthew Hoehn
New York; Reverend and Dear Sir, I am flattered by you letter of April 22nd

  32  
TL[copy] to Burton C. Hoffman
Olivet; Dear Mr. Hoffman, Here are the answers to your questions ref. lectures:

  32  
TL[copy] to Burton C. Hoffman
Olivet; Dear Mr. Hoffman, The portrait of Mr. Shreiber is detestable besides which

  32  
TL[copy] to Burton C. Hoffman
Olivet; Dear Mr. Hoffman, Thank you very much for your sympathetic letter.

  32  
TL[copy] to Burton C. Hoffman
Olivet; Dear Mr. Hoffman, We expressed the manuscript from Battle Creek yesterday afternoon.

  32  
TL[copy] to Burton C. Hoffman
Olivet; Dear Mr. Hoffman, I am returning you the first fifteen slides corrected and ready for the press

  32  
TL[copy] to Burton C. Hoffman
Olivet; My dear Mr. Hoffman. Ref. your telegram received today, I cannot possible deal with the translation

  32  
TL[copy] to Burton C. Hoffman
Olivet; Dear Mr. Hoffman, Thank you very much for your very sympathetic letter

  32  
TL[copy] to Burton C. Hoffman
Olivet; Dear Mr. Hoffman, In the set of proofs that have today reached me

  32  
TL[copy] to Burton C. Hoffman
Olivet Dear Mr. Hoffman, Here is the passage, re-constituted as well as I can

  32  
TL[copy] to Burton C. Hoffman
Olivet; Dear Mr. Hoffman, Yours of the 17th inst. I daresay it is just as well you have employed a professional indexer

  32  
TL[copy] to Burton C. Hoffman
Olivet; Dear Mr. Hoffman, Yours of the 2nd inst. I am glad you have advanced the date of publication

  32  
TL[copy] to Burton C. Hoffman
[New York] Dear Mr. Hoffman, After I talked with you Mr. Ford telephoned me [written by Secretary]

  32  
TL[copy] to Burton C. Hoffman
[New York] Dear Mr. Hoffman, I think it must be evident to you by now that the Dial is not the publishing

  32  
TL[copy] to George William Horsfield
New York; Dear Sir, I am flattered and amused by the letter of the 15th inst.

  32  
TL[copy] to Dorothy Horsman
Toulon; Dear Madam, Yours of the 13th inst. Titles for Parts I and II of my Reminiscences

  32  
ALS to Catherine Brown Hueffer
Winchelsea; Dearest Mim, Here I am still, & instead of being turned out

  32  
AL[postcard] to [Christina Hueffer?]
Giessen; [Sketch] An inhabitant of Giessen[Lamb Collection]

  32  
AL[postcard] to Christina Hueffer
[Rüdesheim] My dear Kiddie, Here you may see yr. Pumpums. [Card has Ford's photograph with unidentified man]

  32  
AL[postcards]S to Christina Hueffer
[Germany and Switzerland] Addressed to Christina as "Miss Hueffer". Same set sent to Katherine Hueffer Lamb, as "Miss K.M. Hueffer."

  32  
ALS to Christina Hueffer
[n.p.] This is your mamma on the bed [Drawing] [Note to Catherine Brown Hueffer on verso.] [Lamb Collection]

  32  
AL[postcard]S to Christina Hueffer
Waterbury, Conn. This is where the watches grow from old Pumpuns [Lamb Collection]

  32  
ALS to Christina Hueffer
Winchelsea; My Dearest little Kid: I expect you think I am a very bad Pumpums

  32  
AL[postcards]S to Christina Hueffer
[Germany and Belgium] 3 postcards

  32  
AL[postcards]S to Christina Hueffer
[Germany] 7 postcards

  32  
AL[postcards]S to Christina Hueffer
[Germany and Rome(1)] 22 postcards

  32  
AL[postcards]S to Christina Hueffer
[England and Scotland] 7 postcards

  32  
AL[postcards]S to Christina Hueffer
[France and Germany] 27 postcards

  32  
TL[copy] to Richard Hughes
New York; My Dear Hughes, I have had IN HAZARD some six weeks now and having read it with enthusiasm

  32  
TL[copy] to Violet Hunt
[n.p.] Dear Miss Hunt, Will you please excuse another short notice invitation? [Copy typed by Hunt for her diary. On same sheet is TL[copy] to Reynolds of Dec.9, 1908] [Violet Hunt papers]

  32  
TL[copy] to Violet Hunt
London; Dear/ Your letters cause me the most extraordinary (or are they the most ordinary?0 emotions. [2 copies of page 2] [ Violet Hunt papers]

  32  
TLS to Violet Hunt


  32  
TL[copy] to Violet Hunt
Durham, England; Dear, This was no chance to post the enclosed and it is now Monday [Ford at Violet's sister's house][Copy typed by Hunt.]

  32  
TL[copy] to Violet Hunt
Durham, England; Dear, No letter from you today. I wonder if you have mine yet. [At Violet's sister's.]

  32  
TL[copy] to Violet Hunt
[Durham, England] Dearest, You write me such long letters and I reply so meagerly. [At Violet's sister's.]

  32  
AL[postcard] to Violet Hunt
Geissen, Germany; I saw these ladies perform yesterday. [Violet Hunt papers]

  32  
AL[postcard] to Violet Hunt
Geisen, Germany; Wld you send me about [?][Violet Hunt papers]

  32  
ALS to Violet Hunt
[York?] Dearest Violet: I have just got home from Leeds to find [Violet Hunt papers]

  32  
ALS to Violet Hunt
[Cardiff, Wales] Dear: There is nothing to report but the expected.[Violet Hunt papers]

  32  
ALS to Violet Hunt
London; Dear Violet, I am sorry I departed rather brusquely

  32  
envelopes to Violet Hunt
2 envelopes [Violet Hunt papers]

  32  
ALS to Violet Hunt
[n.p.] Dear Violet: If - as seems likely - [?]; party on Wed. is a swell affair [Violet Hunt papers]

  32  
AL[telegram]S to Violet Hunt
Storrington, England; Certainly will you please when writing date of funeral [Violet Hunt papers]

  32  
AL[telegram]S to Violet Hunt
Storrington; Am prepared travel Monday night

  32  
ALS to Violet Hunt
London; Dear Violet: Certainly - at 4:30 on the 28th. [Violet Hunt papers]

  32  
TLS to Violet Hunt
[n.p.] Dear Violet; I confess to having been so amazed by your letter [Violet Hunt papers]

  32  
TL[copy] to Robert Maynard Hutchins
Clarksville; My Dear Mr. Hutchins, You will remember that you told me that you would be pleased

  32  
TL[copy] to Imprimerie Drantiere
[New York] Dear Sirs, I have to thank you for your quotation of prices for printing

  32  
TL[copy] to Sue Jenkins
Paris; Dear Miss Jenkins, As the lady exclaimed when her little boy said DAMN

  32  
TL[copy] to Sue Jenkins
Paris; Dear Miss Jenkins, Your SJ vit of the 11th insst. I not what you say

  32  
TL[copy] to Edgar Jepson
Bedham; My Dear Jepson, It is really very kind - touching - of you,

  32  
TL[copy] to Edgar Jepson
Paris; My dear Jepson, I'd be glad if you'd let me have a line here just to say how you all are

  32  
AL[postcard]S to Walter Jerrold
[London] Dear J: Do come here if you're about

  32  
ALS to Walter Jerrold
My Dear Jerrold; Do, if you're about lunch with me

  32  
ALS to Walter Jerrold
West Kensigton Park; Dear Jerrold - This by imperious command:

  32  
ALS to Walter Jerrold
Dear Jerrold, Today I receive your copy of 'Comic Cuts'

  32  
ALS to Walter Jerrold
[n.p.] Dear J - Just a bit of a line to let you know

  32  
ALS to Walter Jerrold
[n.p.] Dear Jerrold, Many happy returns of the 27th

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ALS to Walter Jerrold
[n.p.] Dear Jerrold, I am very sorry that we have delayed so long

  32  
ALS to Walter Jerrold
Stanford Nr. Hythe; Dear Jerrold - I'm afraid we shall have to put you off again.

  32  
ALS to Walter Jerrold
Stanford Nr. Hythe; Dear Jerrold/ I was very glad to see your inspired

  32  
ALS to Walter Jerrold
Stanford Nr. Hythe; Dear Jerrold. Thanks for your letter. Haven't seen your review.

  32  
ALS to Walter Jerrold
Surrey; Dear Jerrold- I shall most probably be in tow on Friday and Saturday

  32  
ALS to Walter Jerrold
Stanford Nr. Hythe; Respected[?]- Congratulations on the Londoner and good luck

  32  
ALS to Walter Jerrold
[Belgium] Dear Jerrold- Just at present we are here - where indeed we have been

  32  
ALS to Walter Jerrold
Stanford Nr. Hythe; Dear Jerrold- The press-cutting people have just sent me the cutting from the J.T.

  32  
ALS to Walter Jerrold
Broadhurst Johns, N.W.; My dear Jerrold: The above address points to the fact that

  32  
ALS to Walter Jerrold
Winchelsea, Sussex; My dear Jerrold: Many thanks: I answer, first, yr. queries

  32  
ALS to Walter Jerrold
Winchelsea, Sussex; Dear Jerrold; Come down here like an angel for a day or two

  32  
ALS to Walter Jerrold
[Winchelsea, Sussex] Dear J: E's address is for the present Hotel Victoria

  32  
ALS to Walter Jerrold
Winchelsea, Sussex; My dear Jerrold; I mislaid V's letter and so,

  32  
ALS to Walter Jerrold
[n.p.] My Dear Jerrold: I'm still alive - & the least said

  32  
ALS to Walter Jerrold
[London] Dear J. When I had that fleeting glimpse of you

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ALS to Walter Jerrold
[London] My dear Jerrold, Will yoou and the children and Mr. Jerrold com to our Christmas Tree [Not in Ford's hand, but signed by him]

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ALS to Walter Jerrold
Stanford Nr. Hythe; Dear Jerrold: What has become of you and why do we never hear

  32  
TL[copy] to Walter Jerrold
[Toulon?Paris?] Dear Sir: Mr. Ford asks me to say that he would be pleased to write something for you [Signed Secretary]

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TL[copy] to J. Jefferson Jones
[Toulon] Dear Sir, I am very much obliged to you for your letter of the 14th inst.

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TL[copy] to J. Jefferson Jones
[Toulon] Dear Mr. Jefferson Jones, I have to thank you for your two letters of the 10th inst.

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TL[copy] to J. Jefferson Jones
[Toulon] Dear Sir, I am much obliged to you for your cheque for frs. 1,000

  32  
TL[copy] to J. Jefferson Jones
[New York] Dear Mr. Jones, I've just heard from Bradley that he has at last received

  32  
TL[copy] to J. Jefferson Jones
Paris; Dear Mr. Jefferson Jones, I am forwarding you under another cover typescript of my novel AS THY DAY

  32  
TL[copy] to J. Jefferson Jones
Paris; Dear Mr. Jefferson Jones, I have now had a bit of rest and am thinking about work again.

  32  
TL[copy] to J. Jefferson Jones
Paris; Dear Mr. Jefferson Jones, I am sending you herewith the ms. of the translation of Lizardi's book

  32  
TL[copy] to J. Jefferson Jones
[London] Dear Mr. Jefferson Jones, Mr. Carl Laemmle of UNIVERSAL PICTURES has written to ask me

  32  
TL[copy] to J. Jefferson Jones
London; Dear Mr. Jefferson Jones, I have to thank you for your letter of the 29th ult.

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TL[copy] to J. Jefferson Jones
Toulon; Dear Mr. Jeffereson Jones, I am forwarding you under another cover the firs six chapters of PROVENCE

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TL[copy] to J. Jefferson Jones
Toulon; Dear Mr. Jefferson Jones, I am sending you herewith under a separate cover the remainder of Part II

  32  
TL[copy] to J. Jefferson Jones
[Toulon] Dear Mr. Jefferson Jones, I forwarded you in one parcel yesterday the complete ms. of PROVENCE

  32  
TL[copy] to J. Jefferson Jones
[Toulon] Dear Mr. Jones, I sent off yesterday the second copy of the Provence book to you

  32  
TL[copy] to J. Jefferson Jones
[Toulon] Dear Mr. Jefferson Jones, Thank you very much for yours of the 27th Sept. which has just reached me

  32  
TL[copy] to J. Jefferson Jones
New York; Dear Mr. Jefferson Jones, Thank you for the proofs, the proofs of the cover, and your letter

  32  
TL[copy] to J. Jefferson Jones
[New York] Dear Mr. Jefferson Jones, I am forwarding herewith under another cover the proofs of PROVENENCE

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TL[copy] to J. Jefferson Jones
[New York] Dear Mr. Jefferson Jones, I didn't mean to bother you with my address to the printers

  32  
TL[copy] to J. Jefferson Jones
New York; Dear Mr. Jefferson Jones, I am returning herewith the revises of PROVENCE

  32  
TL[copy] to J. Jefferson Jones
New York; Dear Mr. Jefferson Jones, I am forwarding you herewith the index of PROVENCE.

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TL[copy] to J. Jefferson Jones
[New York] Dear Mr. Jones, Thank you for yours of the 11th inst. I am glad you contemplate

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AL[draft] to J. Jefferson Jones
[New York] Dear Mr. Jones, It occurs to me at the moment that I spoke to Constable [Not in Ford's hand]

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TL[copy] to J. Jefferson Jones
New York Dear Mr. Jefferson Jones, Thank you for the contract. I am returning it herewith

  32  
AL[draft] to J. Jefferson Jones
[New York] Dear Mr. Jones, I am extremely obliged to you for the check [Not in Ford's hand]

  32  
TL[copy] to J. Jefferson Jones
[New York] Dear Mr. Jefferson Jones, I should be glad if you could let me have the draft

  32  
TL[copy] to J. Jefferson Jones
New York; Dear Mr. Jefferson Jones, I'm much obliged to you for your letter and glad you see your way

  32  
TL[copy] to J. Jefferson Jones
New York; Dear Mr. Jones, I am glad you are back; I hope you had a good time.

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TL[copy] to J. Jefferson Jones
[New York] Dear Mr. Jefferson Jones, LADIES WHOSE BRIGHT EYES Ref. above. Do you not think that it would be a good thing

  32  
TL[copy] to J. Jefferson Jones
New York; Dear Mr. Jones, I have now all but finished the novel that will conclude our contract

  32  
TL[copy] to J. Jefferson Jones
Toulon; Dear Mr. Jefferson Jones, Would you let me know when you purpose publishing VIVE LE ROY?

  32  
TL[copy] to J. Jefferson Jones
Toulon; Dear Mr. Jefferson Jones, I have had a communication from you through Bradley's ref. VIVE LE ROY

  32  
TL[copy] to J. Jefferson Jones
[Toulon] Dear Mr. Jefferson Jones, I do not suppose we shall leave here until I get my new book finished

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TL[copy] to J. Jefferson Jones
Paris; Dear Mr. Jefferson Jones, I am dreadfully sorry but I simply threw that type script away

  32  
TL[copy] to Orrick Johns
New York; Dear Sir, I regret having delayed a little in answering your letter of the 19th inst.

  32  
TL[copy] to Nannine Joseph
New York; Dear Miss Josephs, To prevent mistakes: What is available for reproduction with that Harper's article are:

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TL[copy] toNannie Joseph
New York; Dear Miss Joseph, I am much obliged to ;you for your letter of the 1st inst.

  32  
TL[copy] to Nannine Joseph
[New York] Dear Miss Joseph, If it's all the same to you I think it would be better if you sent Mrs. Vorce's

  32  
AL[draft] to Nannine Joseph
[New York?] Dear Miss J, Let me know - what HM has to say about Mrs. Vorce's ms.

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ALS to Elsie Martindale Hueffer
[London] My dearest love- I need not say that I thank you for your dear letter & the more so

  33  
ALS to Elsie Martindale Hueffer
[London] My dearest Elsie, At the moment of writing a fearful story is raging [Message on envelope too]

  33  
ALS to Elsie Martindale Hueffer
[London] My dearest, dearest Love, Your longed for letter has at last come

  33  
ALS to Elsie Martindale Hueffer
[London] My dearest, dearest Love, I have got home at last, but it is later than ever

  33  
ALS to Elsie Martindale Hueffer
[London] My dearest, dearest Love, I have just got home from St. Edmund's Teerrace - but it is half past eleven

  33  
ALS to Elsie Martindale Hueffer
[London] My dearest, dearest Love, I have at last got home & find your dear, dismal letter awaiting me.

  33  
ALS to Elsie Martindale Hueffer
[London] My dearest, dearest Love, It is now somewhat near two - I have been all the time engaged

  33  
ALS to Elsie Martindale Hueffer
[London] My dearest, dearest Love, I have got home, as you may see by the superscript, & I have been

  33  
ALS to Elsie Martindale Hueffer
[London] My dearest, dearest Love, Here I am home again- & so I take out your dear letter & read it again.

  33  
ALS to Elsie Martindale Hueffer
[London] My dearest, dearest Love, Your much-kissed & long awaited letter lies before me

  33  
ALS to Elsie Martindale Hueffer
[London] My dearest, dearest Love, I have just got your dearest letter & hasten to answer it

  33  
ALS to Elsie Martindale Hueffer
[London] My dearest, dearest Love, The last post has gone & brought me nothing - nor did I indeed expect anything

  33  
ALS to Elsie Martindale Hueffer
[London] My dearest, dearest Love, Here I am back home again & I feel miserable. - Half excited & half despondent

  33  
ALS to Elsie Martindale Hueffer
[London] My dearest, dearest Love- Here I am safe home again once more & after a dellightfully calm still walk

  33  
ALS to Elsie Martindale Hueffer
[London] My dearest, dearest Love, Your sweet letter has come & so I set to work to answer it.

  33  
ALS to Elsie Martindale Hueffer
[London] My dearest, dearest Love, Again the last post has gone by & brought nothing for me - I s'pose

  33  
ALS to Elsie Martindale Hueffer
[London] My dearest, dearest Love, The last post has gone by & brought me nothing - or at least

  33  
ALS to Elsie Martindale Hueffer
[London] My dearest, dearest Love, Your sweet letter in the book has reached me - but it has

  33  
ALS to Elsie Martindale Hueffer
[London] My dearest, dearest Love, I do not quite know whether the last post has gone by or no

  33  
ALS to Elsie Martindale Hueffer
[London] My dearest, dearest Love, Your sweet letter has just come & so I set to work to answer it.

  33  
ALS to Elsie Martindale Hueffer
[London] My dearest, dearest Love, I am at last home from St. Edmund's Terrace & find your sweet, dismal

  33  
ALS to Elsie Martindale Hueffer
[London] My dearest, dearest Love, The people have only now gone & it is just upon twelve

  33  
ALS to Elsie Martindale Hueffer
[London] My dearest, dearest Love, Here I am home again & I do not feel quite so exultant

  33  
ALS to Elsie Martindale Hueffer
[London] My dearest, dearest Love, Your sweet letter has just come & so here I am answering it.

  33  
ALS to Elsie Martindale Hueffer
[London] My dearest, dearest Love, Here I am, home again & find your sweet, fishing letter awaiting me.

  33  
ALS to Elsie Martindale Hueffer
[London] My dearest, dearest Love, Here I am back again from St. E.T.

  33  
ALS to Elsie Martindale Hueffer
Charing Cross Station; My dearest, dearest Love, I am arrived in Charing X- but that is really all I have to tell you

  33  
ALS to Elsie Martindale Hueffer
Paderborn; My dearest, dearest Love, Here I am again in the quiet of my room able to write to you.

  33  
ALS to Elsie Martindale Hueffer
[London] My dearest, dearest Love, Your sweet letter has just come & so I set to work

  33  
ALS to Elsie Martindale Hueffer
[London] My dearest, dearest Love, No letter has as yet come from you - nor indeed is it yet time

  33  
ALS to Elsie Martindale Hueffer
[London] My dearest, dearest Love, Your sweet letter has just come and so I sit down to answer

  33  
ALS to Elsie Martindale Hueffer
[London] My dearest, dearest Love, Here I am home again - & somehow I feel more dismal & unwell than ever

  33  
ALS to Elsie Martindale Hueffer
[London] My dearest, dearest Love, Here I am again, after having settled where I am going

  33  
ALS to Elsie Martindale Hueffer
[London] My dearest, dearest Love, Here I am back again and about to write to you

  33  
ALS to Elsie Martindale Hueffer
[London] My dearest, dearest Love, Your sweet letter has just come & excited in me a flurry

  33  
ALS to Elsie Martindale Hueffer
[London] My dearest, dearest Love, Your sweeet letter has just come & I sit down to answer

  33  
ALS to Elsie Martindale Hueffer
[London] My dearest, dearest Love, Your sweet letter has just come & so I sit down to answer it.

  33  
ALS to Elsie Martindale Hueffer
[London] My dearest, dearest Love, I have just got home & have read your sweet letter

  33  
ALS to Elsie Martindale Hueffer
[London] My dearest, dearest Love, Your sweet letter has just come & I set to work to answer it at once

  33  
ALS to Elsie Martindale Hueffer
[London] My dearest, dearest Love, Here I am back again &, it being pretty late, I have read your letter

  33  
ALS to Elsie Martindale Hueffer
[London] My dearest, dearest Love, Here I am back again & about to write to you

  33  
ALS to Elsie Martindale Hueffer
[London] My dearest, dearest Love, Here I am back again, having come as fast as possible

  33  
ALS to Elsie Martindale Hueffer
[London] My dearest, dearest Love, In the works of the poet 'A strong nor'wester's blowing

  33  
ALS to Elsie Martindale Hueffer
[London] My dearest, dearest Love, I love you & I love you & I love you

  33  
ALS to Elsie Martindale Hueffer
[London] My dearest, dearest Love, Here I am safe back again but feeling rather cowardly

  33  
ALS to Elsie Martindale Hueffer
[London] My dearest, dearest Love, Here I am, having left Oliver & Joe at Olympia

  33  
ALS to Elsie Martindale Hueffer
[London] My dearest, dearest Love, It has just lately gone nine of the clock

  33  
ALS to Elsie Martindale Hueffer
[London] My dearest, dearest Love, Here I am, safely back again & about

  33  
ALS to Elsie Martindale Hueffer
[London] My dearest, dearest Love, Your second sweet letter has just come. [Poem, "Euridice", on verso.]

  33  
ALS to Elsie Martindale Hueffer
[London] My dearest, dearest Love, Your dear letter has just come and so

  33  
ALS to Elsie Martindale Hueffer
[London] My dearest, dearest Love, Your sweet letter has at last come by the three o'clock post.

  33  
ALS to Elsie Martindale Hueffer
[London] My dearest, dearest Love, Your sweet letter has just come and leaves me wondering

  33  
ALS to Elsie Martindale Hueffer
[London] My dearest, dearest Love, Obedient to my promise, here I am set down to write

  33  
ALS to Elsie Martindale Hueffer
[London] My dearest, dearest Love, Your dear letter came this morning.

  33  
ALS to Elsie Martindale Hueffer
[London] My dearest, dearest Love, There is now plenty of time to write [Also poem "Have you not known...]

  33  
ALS to Elsie Martindale Hueffer
[London] My dearest, dearest Love, Your sweet letter came this morning so I proceed to answer

  33  
ALS to Elsie Martindale Hueffer
[London] My dearest, dearest Love, Your letter has just come - but only by five o'clock post

  33  
ALS to Elsie Martindale Hueffer
[London] My dearest, dearest Love, This should be a letter of Farewell - (so it shall be

  34  
ALS to Elsie Martindale Hueffer
Guilford; My dearest, dearest Love (& dear Kiddy too), Here I am at Guildord on the way I know not wither

  34  
ALS to Elsie Martindale Hueffer
Penshurst; Mr dearest, dearest Love, Here I am in the train making the last lap

  34  
ALS to Elsie Martindale Hueffer
Lipsfield, Surrey; My dearest, dearest Love - Your letter came this morning & I was glad to learn

  34  
ALS to Elsie Martindale Hueffer
Udimare; My dearest, dearest Love - Here I am after a rather tiring day. I wanted to ccatch the last train home

  34  
ALS to Elsie Martindale Hueffer
[London] My dearest, dearesst Love, Here I am after a moderately adventurous time

  34  
ALS to Elsie Martindale Hueffer
Stanford; My dearest, dearest Love; I have just got your third letter

  34  
ALS to Elsie Martindale Hueffer
Stanford; My dearest, dearest Love, Your wire has just come by the postman

  34  
ALS to Elsie Martindale Hueffer
[Postling] My dearest Love - Here I am & things are much as you may imagine. - I have just finished reading

  34  
ALS to Elsie Martindale Hueffer
[n.p.] My dearest Love - Thanks for the things. I arrived here in fair safety

  34  
ALS to Elsie Martindale Hueffer
[n.p.] Dearest E: Yr. letter of Tuesday has just come & we are just starting out for Salcombe;

  34  
ALS to Elsie Martindale Hueffer
[n.p.] Dearest E: I don't for a moment think that the sketch is atrocious - it's excellent

  34  
ALS to Elsie Martindale Hueffer
Stanford; Dearest E: I am just off to wire to you. - We're getting ahead now.

  34  
ALS to Elsie Martindale Hueffer
Stanford; My Dearest Love - I read your letter this morning - of course I read them

  34  
ALS to Elsie Martindale Hueffer
Stanford; Dearest E: yr. letter relieved my mind: I hope you will pick up & will contine cheerful.

  34  
ALS to Elsie Martindale Hueffer
Stanford; My Dearest Love - One day more! - We are getting ahead however

  34  
ALS to Elsie Martindale Hueffer
Stanford; Dear E. Me voici - this paper shows it. Things are tranquil;

  34  
ALS to Elsie Martindale Hueffer
Stanford; Dearest E: Here I am - & nothing much has happened & little seems likely to happen.

  34  
ALS to Elsie Martindale Hueffer
Stanford; My dearest Love - I am sending you a couple of Turgenevs;

  34  
ALS to Elsie Martindale Hueffer
[n.p.] My dearest Love - I got yr. letter & the m.s. on returning yesterday

  34  
ALS to Elsie Martindale Hueffer
Winchelsea; Dearest E: I lie on warm sand, in front of me is a tiny cove.

  34  
ALS to Elsie Martindale Hueffer
Ringwood; Dearest E: I have got so far, having trampled all day

  34  
ALS to Elsie Martindale Hueffer
Ringwood; Dearest E. Here I am once more writing to you. This is the place

  34  
ALS to Elsie Martindale Hueffer
Dorchester; Dearest E - Thanks for the tin. - Where mine has gone I can't for the life of me

  34  
ALS to Elsie Martindale Hueffer
[Kingsbridge] Dearest E; The end of Novel No. I - as I wired - quite comes off. It is really astonishingly good

  34  
ALS to Elsie Martindale Hueffer
[n.p.] Dearest E: I have just heard the astonishing & very joyful news that you are a printed and published Author.

  34  
ALS to Elsie Martindale Hueffer
[London] Dearest E: Her I am at Gatti's awaiting Joseph.

  34  
ALS to Elsie Martindale Hueffer
Hampstead; My Dearest Love: I'm sottry to hear you're ill. It's quite horrible

  34  
ALS to Elsie Martindale Hueffer
Winchelsea; Dearest Old Thing: You are really very unthinking (I can't say it as a reproach) to imagine that I can't want you

  34  
ALS to Elsie Martindale Hueffer
[London?] Dearest E: The die is cast & the rooms taken, I regret Beaulieu because the people took my fancy

  34  
ALS to Elsie Martindale Hueffer
[Fordingbridge] Dearest E: I'm just off to try Brockenhurst - wh. part of the

  34  
ALS to Elsie Martindale Hueffer
Brockenhurst; Dearest E: We're safely installed her & fairly comfortable.

  34  
ALS to Elsie Martindale Hueffer
Brockenhurst; Dearest E: I was glad to het a letter & glad to hear that you are getting on with the packing.

  34  
ALS to Elsie Martindale Hueffer
Boppard; Dearest E: I was glad to get yr. wire here - the first news I have had since London

  34  
ALS to Elsie Martindale Hueffer
Emmerich; Dearest E: I am upon a ship; Dutch Ermans sing festal lays; the Rhine is broad

  34  
ALS to Elsie Martindale Hueffer
[Boppard] My Dearest E. I haven't written to you for the last three days

  34  
ALS to Elsie Martindale Hueffer
[Rudesheim] Dearest E: Here I am bei Joseph. I had hoped to have had a letter from you

  34  
ALS to Elsie Martindale Hueffer
[Boppard] Deaerest E: I forgot to tell you yesterday that I hadn't written to James.

  34  
ALS to Elsie Martindale Hueffer
Boppard; Dearest E: I was glad to get ys. this morning, for, not hearing from you

  34  
ALS to Elsie Martindale Hueffer
Telgte; Dearest E: I suppose that at this moment you are rushing across England

  34  
AL[fragment]S to Elsie Martindale Hueffer
[Telgte]... Virgin has got a new crown and there are more offering than ever

  35  
ALS to Elsie Martindale Hueffer
Boppard; Dearest E: I got back quite well from Munster last night

  35  
ALS to Elsie Martindale Hueffer
Telgte; Dearest E: The above is my full address I suppose until Friday week.

  35  
ALS to Elsie Martindale Hueffer
[Telgte?] Dearest E: Yr. letter did yesterday, really make a very sad impression on me.

  35  
ALS to Elsie Martindale Hueffer
[Telgte?] Dearest E: I have given a night to thinking about the convent - & I don't think we ought to entertain the thought

  35  
ALS to Elsie Martindale Hueffer
Telgte; Deaerest E: I have only just got back from a couple of ddays at the Levin Schukings

  35  
ALS to Elsie Martindale Hueffer
Telgte; Dearest E: I'm glad of yr. good news & glad that you're pleased.

  35  
ALS to Elsie Martindale Hueffer
Boppard: Dearest E. I'm afraid I wrote you rather a shabby letter this afternoon

  35  
ALS to Elsie Martindale Hueffer
Boppard; Dearest E: I suppose you will already have got a p.c. from Regsdorf.

  35  
ALS to Elsie Martindale Hueffer
Boppard; Dearest E: I got your letter of Tuesday just after concluding one to you

  35  
ALS to Elsie Martindale Hueffer
Boppard; Dearest E: The cheerful tone of yr. letter cheered me too. - I was feeling rather low,

  35  
AL[postcard]S to Elsie Martindale Hueffer
Wiesbaden; Dearest E: Ich habe eben Pag. besucht. Der sagt - grad wie Tweldie[?] - gar nichts mit den Augen los

  35  
ALS to Elsie Martindale Hueffer
Boppard; Dearest E: I have just got back - last night - from seeing Pagenstedur [?]

  35  
ALS to Elsie Martindale Hueffer
Boppard; Dearest E: The rain drizzles steadily: it is a regular "Winchelsea Sunday."

  35  
ALS to Elsie Martindale Hueffer
Boppard; Dearest E: I meant to have written to you this morning - but a frest collapse supervened

  35  
AL[postcard]S to Elsie Martindale Hueffer
[Boppard] Dein soeben erhalten: gehe in zehn minuten nach Basel

  35  
ALS to Elsie Martindale Hueffer
[Mammern] Dearest E: I was very glad to hear from you & glad Xtina is better

  35  
ALS to Elsie Martindale Hueffer
[Mammern, Bodensee] Dearest E: I feel a little better again here: a small angel in the shape of a Basel professor

  35  
ALS to Elsie Martindale Hueffer
Mamern, Bodensee; Dearest E: I was immensely cheered to get at last a letter from you

  35  
ALS to Elsie Martindale Hueffer
Mammern, Bodensee; Deaerest E: I do not quite understand about the telegrams: I got one from Broadhurst Gdns. today

  35  
ALS to Elsie Martindale Hueffer
Mammern, Bopdensee; Dear E: I was very glad to get rs. at last & to know Mrs. H. is coming

  35  
ALS to Elsie Martindale Hueffer
[Mammern] Dearest E: I'm sorry Aunti Emma sh'd have writen to you - she's probably said something distrubing

  35  
ALS to Elsie Martindale Hueffer
Mammern; Dearest E: Thanks for yr. letter: I've been considerably better for the last 24 hours.

  35  
ALS to Elsie Martindale Hueffer
[Mammern] Dearest E: I'm glad you keep all on going: I'm - umberufen - picking up slowly

  35  
AL[postcard]S to Elsie Martindale Hueffer
Mammern; Mrs. H. just arrive: I feel more cheerful. All love,

  35  
ALS to Elsie Martindale Hueffer
Mammerrn, Bodensee; Dearest E: The periods of bitter spirits begin slowly to get the upper hand of the others

  35  
ALS to Elsie Martindale Hueffer
Mammern; My deaerest E: I'm sorry you've been so worried: I must, I suppose, appear a brute to you.

  35  
ALS to Elsie Martindale Hueffer
Mammern; Dearest E: Don't worry: I expect I deserve a little knocking about -

  35  
ALS to Elsie Martindale Hueffer
Basel; My darling E: Upon re-reflection it is possible that I may not go back to Boppard, but to Lucerne instead,

  35  
ALS to Elsie Martindale Hueffer
Marienberg, Dearest E: I seize a cheerful interval to answer yr. letter of Saturday

  35  
ALS to Elsie Martindale Hueffer
Marienberg, My dearest E: I've had a bad night, or I had meant to have written you a longish letter

  35  
ALS to Elsie Martindale Hueffer
Basel; Dearest E: I have decided to leave Basel tomorrow & to come back home as quickly as I can.

  35  
ALS to Elsie Martindale Hueffer
Marienberg, Dearest E: I keep praying to the Gods to give me sense enough to write an intelligent letter

  35  
ALS to Elsie Martindale Hueffer
Marienberg, Boppard; Dearest E: - A hundred scrawl. I have just seen the D. Here. - He also says nothing the matter with me but extreme weakness

  35  
ALS to Elsie Martindale Hueffer
[Boppard] Dearest E: How nice it is to hear of a webb grate with green glazed hicks!

  35  
ALS to Elsie Martindale Hueffer
[Boppard] My dearest E: I am picking up again after a couple of days of pretty serious relapse

  35  
ALS to Elsie Martindale Hueffer
[Boppard] D3earest E: A note to say that I'm to have five teeth taken out tomorrow

  35  
ALS to Elsie Martindale Hueffer
[Boppard] Mr dearest E: I had three molars out this morning & altho' it's exhausted me

  35  
ALS to Elsie Martindale Hueffer
[Boppard] Dearest E: I have just got in from going to Aunt Emma's for the first time alone

  35  
ALS to Elsie Martindale Hueffer
[Boppard] My dearest E: The three have departed these jaws: the operation has pulled me down a good deal,

  35  
ALS to Elsie Martindale Hueffer
Marienberg, Boppard, a. Rhein; Dearest E: I feel less depressed today after three days of prostration

  35  
ALS to Elsie Martindale Hueffer
[Boppard] Dearest E. It is really a most difficullt matter to settle. - I'm in such a state that if I came home

  35  
ALS to Elsie Martindale Hueffer
[Boppard] My own dearest E: Your 2nd letter advocating my return has arrived

  36  
ALS to Elsie Martindale Hueffer
Girdlers; My dearest E: I was very glad to get yr. second letter

  36  
ALS to Elsie Martindale Hueffer
[Hampstead] Dearest E: I have been at work most of the day -

  36  
ALS to Elsie Martindale Hueffer
[Hampstead] Dearest E: The days pass here in a great tranquility

  36  
ALS to Elsie Martindale Hueffer
London; Dearest E: I'm sorry my bad writing displeased you:

  36  
ALS to Elsie Martindale Hueffer
[Hampstead] Dearest E: It is very late - near two o'clock & we have just got back

  36  
ALS to Elsie Martindale Hueffer
[Hampstead] Dearest E: I'm so glad you're more cheerful

  36  
ALS to Elsie Martindale Hueffer
[Hampstead] Dearest E: I saw here the great Pinker today: He seems rather cockawhoop

  36  
ALS to Elsie Martindale Hueffer
[Hampstead] Dearest E: I have been rather violently depressed yesterday & today too

  36  
ALS to Elsie Martindale Hueffer
[Hampstead] Dearest E: The Fifth Queen duly arrived & I have read it

  36  
ALS to Elsie Martindale Hueffer
[Hampstead] Dearest E: I have hadd a very busy day: firstly I got the Encyclopaedia

  36  
ALS to Elsie Martindale Hueffer
[Hampstead] Dearest E: Here I am & sstill going after a tiring day

  36  
ALS to Elsie Martindale Hueffer
[Hampstead] Dearest E: I'm glad you write in good spirits. I'm more cheerful myself

  36  
ALS to Elsie Martindale Hueffer
[Hampstead] Dearest E: I seem to have spent an idle & unprofitable day

  36  
ALS to Elsie Martindale Hueffer
[Hampstead] Dearest E: I have at last got the Holbein revised

  36  
ALS to Elsie Martindale Hueffer
Winchelsea; Dearest E: The tone of your letter really delights me.

  36  
ALS to Elsie Martindale Hueffer
Winchelsea; Dearest E: I'd rather expected a letter from you then remembered

  36  
ALS to Elsie Martindale Hueffer
Winchelsea; Deaerest E: I am reall7y glad you are really enjoying yourself

  36  
ALS to Elsie Martindale Hueffer
Winchelsea; Dearest E: I'm glad my letter pleased you and that you're better again.

  36  
ALS to Elsie Martindale Hueffer
Winchelsea; Dearest E: Baby's head seems to be getting decidedly better with the Iodine

  36  
ALS to Elsie Martindale Hueffer
London; Dearest E: Harratt came too late last night to let me write

  36  
ALS to Elsie Martindale Hueffer
Winchelsea; Dearest E: I rejoice that you find the unfair sex amenable

  36  
ALS to Elsie Martindale Hueffer
Winchelsea; Dearest E: I lunched duly with Anderson Graham & with a Mr. Hudson,

  36  
ALS to Elsie Martindale Hueffer
Winchelsea; Dearest E: After a positively appalling passage

  36  
ALS to Elsie Martindale Hueffer
Hurst Cottage [Hythe] Dearest E: Conrad wanting to see me urgently - for no reason

  36  
ALS to Elsie Martindale Hueffer
Winchelsea; Dearest E: Yes: certainly stay on. I'm glad you're still enjoying it

  36  
ALS to Elsie Martindale Hueffer
Hampstead; Dearest E: Here is the letter you desired, & I hope it will find you

  36  
ALS to Elsie Martindale Hueffer
Hampstead; Dearest E: I tried to see Harri at Cav. St- but he was out

  36  
ALS to Elsie Martindale Hueffer
Winchelsea; Dearest E: I'm glad you're having such a good time

  36  
ALS to Elsie Martindale Hueffer
[Hammersmith] Dearest E: I was glad to get yr. wire this aftn.

  35  
ALS to Elsie Martindale Hueffer
London; I was glad to get yyr. letter. I had yr. wire yesterday,

  36  
ALS to Elsie Martindale Hueffer
London; Dearest E: I'm real glad you're having such a good time {Postmark stamped 1905]

  36  
ALS to Elsie Martindale Hueffer
London; Dearest E: I sent in my m.s. of the P.B. book to Pinker

  36  
ALS to Elsie Martindale Hueffer
[Hammersmith] Dearest E: I'm so glad that you continue to have a good time

  36  
ALS to Elsie Martindale Hueffer
London; Deares E: Don't get anxious about me - (the oldest person in the world

  36  
AL[postcard]S to Elsie Martindale Hueffer
[West Kinsington] Have just seen the children. Aldersmith has given

  36  
ALS to Elsie Martindale Hueffer
[London} Dearest E: I was glad to get yr. letter today

  36  
AL[postcard]S to Elsie Martindale Hueffer
[Rye] Have deposited children safely in Convent.

  36  
ALS to Elsie Martindale Hueffer
Rye; Dearest E: I'm sorry you're so [queerish?]: Yes, you must take more care of yourself

  36  
ALS to Elsie Martindale Hueffer
London; Dearest E: I'm so sorry your're not feeling better yet

  36  
ALS to Elsie Martindale Hueffer
London; Dearest E: I have delayed to write to ou, hoping to hear where you were

  36  
ALS to Elsie Martindale Hueffer
London; Deaerest E: It was a very nice letter you wrote me from Rome

  36  
envelopes to Elsie Martindale Hueffer
Hammersmith; 2 envelopes addressed to Elsie

  36  
ALS to Elsie Martindale Hueffer
London; Dearest E: I do hope that by this time you've found some company:

  36  
ALS to Elsie Martindale Hueffer
London; Dearest E: I got yr. letter announcing yr. having found a pension

  36  
ALS to Elsie Martindale Hueffer
[Hammersmith] My Dearest E: I am very glad you're having such a much more lively time.

  36  
ALS to Elsie Martindale Hueffer
London; Deaerest E: I was glad to get your letter still in good spirits.

  35  
ALS to Elsie Martindale Hueffer
London; Dearest E: I am just off to lecture the Fabians: I've made my lecture

  36  
ALS to Elsie Martindale Hueffer
London: Dearest E: I'm sorry I could not manage to send you more than the mere scrawl

  36  
TL[telegram] to Elsie Martindale Hueffer
London; Telegraph Tribune mail leader standard and four provincials

  36  
ALS to Elsie Martindale Hueffer
London; Dearest E: I have had two letters from you to-day:

  36  
ALS to Elsie Martindale Hueffer
[Hammersmith] Dearest E: I am writing here to catch the last post.

  36  
ALS to Elsie Martindale Hueffer
Winchelsea; Dearest E: The children are very well & jolly: Baby wrote [Includes ALS by Christina Hueffer and Katharine Hueffer]

  36  
ALS to Elsie Martindale Hueffer
London; Deaerest E: I feel as if I neglected you rather dismally

  36  
ALS to Elsie Martindale Hueffer
[London] Deaerest E: The enclosed explains itself. I hope the amount is large enough: [On verso ALS by F.J. Jones, manager of London & Vounty Banking to FMF, Mar. 21, 1906]

  36  
ALS to Elsie Martindale Hueffer
[London] Dearest E: It's some days since I heard from you.

  36  
ALS to Elsie Martindale Hueffer
London; Dearest E: I have just got bacck from W. to find yr. letter awaiting me. [Enclosed copy of memo from Dr. Harry Roberts, Mar. 21, 1906]

  36  
ALS to Elsie Martindale Hueffer
London: Dearest E: I had a letter from you this morning

  36  
ALS to Elsie Martindale Hueffer
London; Dearest E: I got a nice letter from you - on pink paper -

  37  
AL[postcard]S to Elsie Martindale Hueffer
[London?] There were six long reviews in the papers to-day.

  37  
ALS to Elsie Martindale Hueffer
London; Dearest E: I got yr. more cheerful letter yesterday

  37  
ALS to Elsie Martindale Hueffer
Winchelsea; Dearest E: I have not had quite such a rush this weekend

  37  
ALS to Elsie Martindale Hueffer
London; Dearest E: Your letter came this morning just as I was beginning to get anxious

  37  
ALS to Elsie Martindale Hueffer
Winchelsea; Dearest E: Schucking has so much taken up my time

  37  
ALS to Elsie Martindale Hueffer
London; Dearest E: I got a letter from you this morning

  37  
ALS to Elsie Martindale Hueffer
London; Dearest E: Yr. letter has rather upset me [With proof of Title page of "The Heart of the Country" with corrections in pen.]

  37  
ALS to Elsie Martindale Hueffer
London; Dearest E: Your letters distrub & worry me a good deal.

  37  
ALS to Elsie Martindale Hueffer
London; My dearest E: I got back from [Shere?] yesterday evening, a good deal rested.

  37  
ALS to Elsie Martindale Hueffer
London; Dearest E: I haven't had a letter from you for a long time.

  37  
ALS to Elsie Martindale Hueffer
London; Dearest E: I am really concerned at not having heard from you

  37  
ALS to Elsie Martindale Hueffer
London; Dearest E: I was very glad to hear from you at last

  37  
ALS to Elsie Martindale Hueffer
London; Dearest E: I am just starting for the Pent after a rather

  37  
ALS to Elsie Martindale Hueffer
London; Dearest E: Gerard having sedulously & conscientiously hidden the notepaper

  37  
ALS to Elsie Martindale Hueffer
[London] Dearest E: I have just got home from the club

  37  
ALS to Elsie Martindale Hueffer
Winchelsea; Dearest E: I got down here this evening with the Conrads

  37  
ALS to Elsie Martindale Hueffer
[London] Dearest E: I was so tired last night that I didn't sit down

  37  
ALS to Elsie Martindale Hueffer
[London] Dearest E: Yr. letter of Friday has only just reached me [formerly 56 of this box, date corrected]

  37  
ALS to Elsie Martindale Hueffer
Rye; Dearest E: From the superscription you'll observe where I am

  37  
ALS to Elsie Martindale Hueffer
Winchelsea; Dearest E: Enclosed have just come as I am going off to [no enclosures]

  37  
ALS to Elsie Martindale Hueffer
London; Dearest E: I got a short letter on pink paper this morning from you;

  37  
ALS to Elsie Martindale Hueffer
[London] Dearest E: I'm writing from here now in hopes of catching you before you leave Florence

  37  
ALS to Elsie Martindale Hueffer
London; Dearest E: It seemed a long time since I heard from you

  37  
ALS to Elsie Martindale Hueffer
[London] Dearest E: I have just got back from the Pent to find two letters

  37  
ALS to Elsie Martindale Hueffer
London; Dearest E: I had a letter from you to-day

  37  
ALS to Elsie Martindale Hueffer
London: Dearest E: I am just off to W. with Xtina

  37  
ALS to Elsie Martindale Hueffer
[Hammersmith] 1 envelope

  37  
ALS to Elsie Martindale Hueffer
[Hythe] Dearest E: I was to have gone on to the Pent today from W. - but Conrad wired

  37  
ALS to Elsie Martindale Hueffer
[London] Dearest E: Yr. financial letter has me worried a little

  37  
ALS to Elsie Martindale Hueffer
[London] Dearest E: I got home here this evening to find Mrs. H. in bed with the flu

  37  
ALS to Elsie Martindale Hueffer
[London] Dearest E: I've received today a p.c. that a little disquiets me

  37  
ALS to Elsie Martindale Hueffer
Hythe; Dearest E: Here I am, still going thro' in the midst of a very confounded attack of indigestion

  37  
ALS to Elsie Martindale Hueffer
[London] Dearest E: I have just got in to find yr. wire asking for money.

  37  
ALS to Elsie Martindale Hueffer
[Hammersmith] Dearest E: It is a little disturbing to me to be so absolutely uncertain of where you are

  37  
ALS to Elsie Martindale Hueffer
Rye; 1 envelope

  37  
ALS to Elsie Martindale Hueffer
[Winchelsea] Dearest E: I have just brought Babs in to Benediction & called on the Great Man

  37  
ALS to Elsie Martindale Hueffer
[London] Dearest E: Here is the fiver. I am just back from an extraordinary tiring day

  37  
AL[postcard]S to Elsie Martindale Hueffer
[London] Yes: if you find the Molkendur pleasant, by all means take the rooms

  37  
AL[postcard]S to Elsie Martindale Hueffer
[Emmerich, German] Dearest E: We are thus far forward on a fairly prosperous journey.

  37  
ALS to Elsie Martindale Hueffer
[London] Dearest E:: I transcribe in my best writing the poem I wrote for the mail to welcome you [On verso: AMS "The Pro Consuls"]

  37  
ALS to Elsie Martindale Hueffer
[London] Dearest E: I am gradually getting straight at last it seems

  37  
ALS to Elsie Martindale Hueffer
[London] Dearest E: I am just finishing the last chapters but one of the V.2

  37  
ALS to Elsie Martindale Hueffer
[London] Dearest E: I was glad to find you in so cheerful a mood [Ford asks Elsie to divorce him]

  37  
ALS to Elsie Martindale Hueffer
[London] Dearest E: Thanks for your letter wh. I only got this morning: I am glad you will let me have the money

  37  
ALS to Elsie Martindale Hueffer
London; Dearest E: I wanted to write you a long letter this afternoon [On "The English Review" letterheard]

  37  
ALS to Elsie Martindale Hueffer
Selsey; Dearest E: The Review seems to be safe for another two months but I am nearly killed by the struggle. [On "The English Review" letterheard]

  37  
ALS to Elsie Martindale Hueffer
[London] Dearest E: I have not had much to write about in the way of news

  37  
ALS to Elsie Martindale Hueffer
[London] Dearest E: I got yr. letter this morning & yr. other this afternoon.

  37  
ALS to Elsie Martindale Hueffer
[London] Dearest E: Thank you very much for yr. letter about Conrad

  37  
ALS to Elsie Martindale Hueffer
[London] Dearest E: I have seen Marwood who absotlutely swears that he had no disloyal intentions

  37  
ALS to Elsie Martindale Hueffer
[London] Dearest E: I had not meant to write to you until, for better or for worse things were settled

  37  
ALS to Elsie Martindale Hueffer
[London: Dearest E: Thank you for yr. letter. I have no particular news:

  37  
ALS to Elsie Martindale Hueffer
[London} Dearest E: I daresay you will want to hear my news,

  37  
ALS to Elsie Martindale Hueffer
[London} Dearest E: Thank you for yr. letter wh. was very good & kindly meant

  37  
ALS to Elsie Martindale Hueffer
[London] Dearest E: I must confess that yr. letter - as far as it affects Marwood - rather astonishes me

  37  
ALS to Elsie Martindale Hueffer
[London] Dearest E: I wish I cd. have come down to you

  37  
ALS to Elsie Martindale Hueffer
[Now number 17.5 in this box]

  37  
ALS to Elsie Martindale Hueffer
London; Dearest E: Miss Cather wants to come down & see you & Conrad

  37  
ALS to Elsie Martindale Hueffer
[London] Dearest E: I am so sorry to hear that you are ill. [On English Review letterhead]

  38  
TL[copy] to [Jack] Kahane
[Toulon] My dear Kahane, Ezra Pound has some idea that he might translate Homer to you

  38  
TL[copy] to Otto Kahn
New York; My dear Mr. Kahn, Heaven forbid that you should read that book; it is only a Christmas card

  38  
TL[copy] to Otto Kahn
Paris; Dear Mr. Kahn, I wish you would do something for the Allen Tates. The Guggenheim Foundation seems to have let them down

  38  
TL[copy] to Martin Kamin
New York; Dear Sir, Yours of the 4th inst. I shall be glad to give you permission to publish the article

  38  
TL[copy] to George T. Keating
[Paris] My dear Keating, You overwhelmed me whilst you were here by offering to pay my fare to New York on your return

  38  
TL[copy] to George T. Keating
[n.p.] Dear Keating, I was very glad to get your post card and to see that, since you're traveling in state

  38  
TL[copy] to George T. Keating
[New York] Dear Keating, The history of that item called in Scribner's catalogue SOME REMINISCENCES by Joseph Conrad

  38  
TL[copy] to George T. Keating
[New York?] My dear Keating, Would you mind lending the English edition of the first three Tietjens books

  38  
TL[copy] to George T. Keating
[Olivet] My dear Keating, I ought to have written to thank you before for that information about the Dial

  38  
TL[copy] to George T. Keating
Olivet; My dear Keating, Do you happen to possess a copy of Zeppelin Nights by Violet Hunt and F.M. Hueffer

  38  
TL[copy] to George T. Keating
[Olivet] My dear Keating, I am extremely obliged to you for getting Yale University to send me ZEPPELIN NIGHTS

  38  
TL[copy] to George T. Keating
New York; Dear Keating, I am not sorry the Yale project is deferred as I find it increasingly difficult to get

  38  
TL[copy] to George T. Keating
[New York] My dear Keating, I have been reflecting on our conversation of yesterday and, a one is apt to forget

  38  
TL[copy] to George T. Keating
New York; My dear Keating, I should esteem it a favour if you could give me an hour or so of your time

  38  
TL[copy] to George T. Keating
New York; My dear Keating, Wepurpose sailing for Havre on the Normandie on the 30th of this month

  38  
TL[copy] to Lee Keedick
[New York?] Dear Mr. Lee Keedick, As you say, the letter from Knox College at Galesburg, Illinois

  38  
TL[copy] to Ira Rich Kent
New York; Dear Mr. Kent, I have just received a copy of an advertisement from the New York Publisher's Weekly

  38  
TL[copy] to Ruth Kerr
[Paris] Dear Ruth, I hate to appear impatient and I do not think I really have been

  38  
TL[copy] to Ruth Kerr
[Paris?] Dear Ruth, I am answering your questions ref. NO ENEMY on a separate ... The fact that the book

  38  
TL[copy] to Ruth Kerr
Paris; Dear Ruth, I should be glad to know your movements as early as possible

  38  
TL[copy] to Ruth Kerr
Paris; Dear Ruth, I am sending you herewith under another cover registered, the introduction and Chapter I

  38  
TL[copy] to Ruth Kerr
[Paris?] Dear Ruth, Thank you for your letter of the 1st inst.... I am sending you under another cover

  38  
TL[copy] to Ruth Kerr
[Paris?] Dear Ruth, I am mailing by this post, registered (a) three pages of NOTTERDAM which please

  38  
TL[copy] to Ruth Kerr
[Paris?] My dear Ruth, I received yesterday $50 from the NEW REPUBLIC and $150 from Doubleday Page [copy included in folder]

  38  
TL[copy] to Ruth Kerr
[Paris?] My dear Ruth, I have had a letter from Miss Jenkins which I find disquieting because she lets

  38  
TL[copy] to Ruth Kerr
[Paris?] My dear Ruth, Thank you for your long letter of the 29th iult. I notice its contents with edification

  38  
TL[copy] to Ruth Kerr
[Paris] Am offered two thousand dollars yearly by Morrow and Dent for both rights [telegram]

  38  
TL[copy] to Ruth Kerr
[Paris] Dear Ruth, I am sending you herewith Chapter IV of the HISTORY OF OUR OWN TIMES

  38  
TL[copy] to Ruth Kerr
[Paris?] Dear Ruth, I have had a long letter from Iss Jenkins saying that she and Mr. Schneider

  38  
TL[copy] to Ruth Kerr
[Paris?] Dear Ruth, Thank you for your telegram that I received yesterday. I sent the fifth chapter of the History

  38  
TL[copy] to Ruth Kerr
[Paris] Dear Ruth, I duly got Miss Jenkins' letter and thought of answering it with the enclosed

  38  
TL[copy] to Ruth Kerr
[Paris] Dear Ruth, I don't know whether you are still handling my stuff, or whether you aren't

  38  
TL[copy] to Ruth Kerr
[Paris] Dear Ruth, I had your cable saying that Morrow was to decide by the 14th but as I have had no cable

  38  
TL[copy] to Ruth Kerr
Ballancourt; Dear Ruth, I have your wire of the day before yesterday. I cannot finish the book before it is

  38  
AL[copy] to Ruth Kerr
Paris; My dear Ruth, I have your letter of the 26th and am forwarding by this mail copies [Not in Ford's hand]

  38  
TL[copy] to Ruth Kerr
[Toulon] Dear Ruth, Ref. HISTORY OF OUR OWN TIMES; I have not written to you about this because I was not certain whether I should be well enough

  38  
TL[copy] to Ruth Kerr
Toulon; Dear Ruth, I notified you yesterday that the ms. of RETURN TO YESTERDAY had been dispatched

  38  
TL[copy] to Ruth Kerr
Paris; Dear Ruth, I ought to have answered your letter a long time ago but I have been working very hard

  38  
TL[copy] to Ruth Kerr
Paris; Dear Ruth, Thank you for your letter of the 28th last. The money has not yet arrived

  38  
TL[copy] to Ruth Kerr
[Paris?] Dear Ruth, I have duly received your of the 28th ult. for wich I thank you

  38  
TL[copy] to Ruth Kerr
Paris; Dear Ruth, This is in haste absolutely to disclaim having received a letter either announcing your marriage

  38  
TL[copy] to Ruth Kerr
[Paris] Dear Ruth, I will now try to answer your letter of August the eighteenth

  38  
TL[copy] to Ruth Kerr
Paris; Dear Ruth, What has become of L.W.B.E. by now? Do please let me know

  38  
TL[copy] to Alfred A. Knopf
[New York] Dear Mr. Knopf, This blurb writing is becoming almost insupportable. Half my table is covered

  38  
TL[copy] to Blanche Knopf
New York; Dear Mrs. Knopf, Thank you for sending me Mrs. Seabrook's COME MY COACH. I have read it will real pleasure

  38  
TLS to Blanche Knopf
New York; Dear Mrs. Knopf, Mr. Ford asks me to say that Mrs. Irita Van Doren says that she will send you [signed Rachel Wolodofsky, Secretary]

  38  
TL[copy] to Harry Imre Kohn
Toulon; My dear Kohn, Ref. enclosed agreement of the 21/11/30 between myself and Horace Liveright

  38  
TL[copy] to Harry Imre Kohn
Toulon; My dear Kohn, Janice's letter and enclosure should, I think, make fairly plain the nature of our quandry

  38  
TL[copy,draft] to Harry Imre Kohn
Toulon; My dear Kohn, I am very concerned to hear of your illness. I trust you are by now a long way towards

  38  
TL[copy] to Harry Imre Kohn
Toulon?] My dear Kohn, I am sending herewith what purports to be Liveright's Royalty Statement of WHEN THE WICKED MAN

  38  
TL[copy] to H. Kyllmann
Toulon; Dear Mr. Kyllmann, I forwarded you yesterday the typescript of the first six chapters of the book I am writing

  38  
TL[copy] to H. Kyllmann
Toulon; Dear Sir, I am forwarding you today under separate covers as much as I have written to date of the book about Provenence

  38  
TL[copy] to Carl Laemmle
london; Dear Sir, I have to thank you for your letter of the 19th March. I am forwarding you by this post under another

  38  
AL to Christina Hueffer and Katharine Hueffer Lamb
Telgate [Germany] Dearest Kiddies: Here are two little [hoochres] shewing the miraculous image of Telgte

  38  
ALS to Christina Hueffer and Katharine Hueffer Lamb
Boppard; My dear little Kiddies: Here are tow German violets

  38  
AL[postcards] to Katharine Hueffer Lamb
[Germany, Switzerland] 14 postcards; 2 sets of same cards to each [Lamb Collection]

  38  
ALS to Christina Hueffer and Katharine Hueffer Lamb
Mammern Bodensee; My dearest Kiddies: I was very pleased to get yr. letter & to know that you do not forget

  38  
AL[postcard]S to Katharine Hueffer Lamb
[Folkstone, Kent, & Waterbury, Conn.] 2 postcards: Mar.9, 1905; Sept.11, 1906

  38  
AL[postcard]S to Katharine Hueffer Lamb
[Dijon & Luxembourg] 2 postcards

  38  
AL[postcard]S to Katharine Hueffer Lamb
[Germany] 3 postcards: Nov.1, Nov.23, Nov.30, 1910

  38  
AL[postcard]S to Katharine Hueffer Lamb
Germany, Rome; 16 postcards

  38  
AL[postcard]S to Katharine Hueffer Lamb
[England, Scotland] 7 postcards

  38  
AL[postcards]S to Katharine Hueffer Lamb
France, Germany; 25 postcards

  38  
ALS to Katharine Hueffer Lamb
Rouen; Dearest Katharine: Since I last wrote to you a Medical Board has sat on me

  38  
ALS to Katharine Hueffer Lamb
Rouen; Deares Katharine: Encld. will explain why I have not been able to write to you lately

  38  
AL[copy,draft] to Katharine Hueffer Lamb
[London] Dear Katherine ... I was rather hurt by yr. letter about my book. [In Katharine's hand]

  38  
ALS to Katharine Hueffer Lamb
York; Dear Katharine: I forward you herewith a cheque for ten guineas

  38  
AL[copy,fragment] to Katharine Hueffer Lamb
York; Dear Katharine: ... I have just got the first copy of a book I am publishing [In Katharine's hand]

  38  
ALS to Katharine Hueffer Lamb
[London] Dear Katharine: No: The extra pound wasn't a mistake. It was supposed to represent tennis balls

  38  
TLS to Katharine Hueffer Lamb
[London] Dear Katharine: Someone has at last paid me something of what is owing to me

  38  
TLS to Katharine Hueffer Lamb
Paris; Dear Katharine; I was naturally very surprised to get your letter

  38  
AL[copy,fragment] to Katharine Hueffer Lamb
Paris; Dear Katherine:... I as you will no doubt gather, am at my old game of starting reviews

  38  
TLS to Katharine Hueffer Lamb
Paris; Dear Katharine: I have not yet answered your letter of Xmas Eve

  38  
AL[copy,fragment] to Katharine Hueffer Lamb
Paris; Dear Katharine: I have not yet answered your letter of Xmas Eve

  38  
AL[copy] to Katharine Hueffer Lamb
[Paris] Dear Katharine: If your young man spoke any French at all I might employ him myself [in Katharine's hand]

  38  
ALS to Katharine Hueffer Lamb
Paris; Dear Katharine: If your young man spoke any French at all I might employ him myself

  38  
ALS to Katharine Hueffer Lamb
Dear Katharine: I have just heard that yr. grandmother is dying

  38  
AL[copy,fragment] to Katharine Hueffer Lamb
Paris; Dear Katharine: I ought to have sent you this and written to you a long time ago

  38  
TL to Katharine Hueffer Lamb
Paris; Dear Katharine: I ought to have sent you this and written to you a long time ago

  38  
TL[copy] to Thomas W. Lamont
[New York?] My dear Sir, Your letter of February 5 has only just reached me here - rather by miracle

  38  
TL[copy] to John Lane
South Lodge; Dear Lane; I should be obliged if you could pay me [Enclosed is TLS to Arthur Mizener from "Ned", Jan. 9, 1968 and TL[copy] to Mizener to Ned, Jan.12, 1968 discussing Aug.10, 1914 letter which was published in "Letters" under date Aug.12, 1915]

  38  
TL[copy] to John Lane Ltd.
Toulon; Dear Sirs, Could you tell me what has become of the copyright of my volume of poems

  38  
TL[copy] to James Laughlin
[New York] My Dear Laughlin, It was a pity you could not be present last night; it was a pleasant

  38  
TL[copy] to James Laughlin
[New York] Dear Mr. Laughlin, I so much regret that you are not coming to the Williams dinner. Could you not

  38  
TL[copy] to K.S.
[New York] Dear Sir... Your letter of the 9th of January has not reached me [date should read Feb.]

  38  
TL[copy] to Henry Goddard Leach
[New York] Dear Mr. Leach, I shall have great pleasure

  38  
TL[copy] to Henry Goddard Leach
Clarksville; My dear Leach: Caroline Gordon - the wife of Allen Tate - with whom we're stopping - and the author

  38  
TL[copy] to Henry Goddard Leach
Clarsville; Dear Mr. Leach: I am forwarding you herewith the promised article or rather the two articles

  38  
TL[copy] to Henry Goddard Leach
Paris; Dear Mr. Leach: I am very glad you like the cooking article ... or rather the food one

  38  
TL[copy] to Henry Goddard Leach
Olivet; My dear Leach: I am sending you at last that article. It has taken me a long time to write

  38  
TL[copy] to Henry Goddard Leach
[Olivet] Dear Sir: It must, I should think, be evident to you that nearly all of Mr. Marley's letter

  38  
TL[copy] to Jacques Leclerq
[New York] My dear Leclerq, I have now thought carefully over the proposal you were flattering enough to make me

  38  
TL[copy]to J.B. Lippincott Co.
Paris; Dear Sirs, I forwarded you yesterday by registered book post the type-script of the volume

  38  
TL[copy] to Messrs. Lippincott
Toulon; Dear Sir, I am forwarding you herewith the modification for the last chapter of the above

  38  
TL[copy] to J.B. Lippincott, Inc.
[New York] Dear Sir, This is to inform you that by a deed of assignment of the 3rd April 1934

  38  
TL[copy] to J.B. Lippincott Co.
[New York] Dear Sirs: I presume you will be able to tell sufficiently well now from the sales

  38  
TL[copy] to J.B. Lippincott
[New York] Dear Sirs: I was astonished to receive on Saturday copies of LADIES WHOSE BRIGHT EYES

  38  
TL[copy] to Maxim Litvinov
[New York] My dear Litvinov, For I take it that memories of old days in London will permit me thus to address you

  38  
TL[copy] to Horace Liveright, Inc.
[Paris] Dear Sirs: Yours of the 6th inst. The copyrighting of my work by you in Europe is quite an unnecessary

  38  
TL[copy] to Horace Liveright, Inc.
[Paris] Dear Sirs: I have now received payment for your draft of the 14th November. As it was wrongly made out

  38  
TL[copy] to Horace Liveright, Inc.
[Paris] Dear Sirs: In his letter of the 23rd October last Mr. T. R. Smith promised to make me further

  38  
TL[copy] to Horace Liveright, Inc.
[Paris] Dear Sirs: Under separate covers in two installments I am forwarding you by this mail

  38  
TL[copy] to Horace Liveright, Inc.
[Paris] Dear Sirs ... I have addressed the letter of which the enclosed is a copy, to the English and American papers

  38  
TL[copy] to Horace Liveright, Inc.
[Paris] Dear Sirs, I venutre to remind you that I have not received your accounts

  38  
TL[copy] to Horace Liveright, Inc.
[Toulon] Dear Sir, Mr. Ford asks me to acknowledge the receipt of your duplicate of the document [Not in Ford's hand]

  38  
TL[copy] to Horace Liveright, Inc.
[Toulon] Dear Sirs, Yours of the fourth of April, I have to thank you for yours of the above date

  38  
TL[copy] to Horace Liveright, Inc.
Toulon; Dear Sirs, Yours of the fourth of April. I have to thank you for yours of the above date [With appended note in hand of Janice Biala]

  38  
TL[copy] to Horace Liveright, Inc.
Paris; Dear Sirs, I have to thank you for the return of the ms. of THAT SAME POOR MAN which Ihave duly received

  38  

Renumbered into box 38A, folder 35

  38  

Renumbered into box 38A, folder 36

  38  

Renumbered into box 38A, folder 37

  38  
TL[copy] to "The London Times"
[n.p.] Dear Sir, The case of Baerlein versus the Times which appeared to us at the time to involve a considerable amount of hardship [Violet Hunt Papers]

  38  
TL[copy]
Toulon; Dear Long, Here is the addition to chapter the last. I think it makes the position clear

  38  
TL[copy] to Ray Long
Toulon; My dear Long, Thank you. The weather here now has turned bery agreeable and things are pursuing a

  38  
TL[copy] to Ray Long
[Toulon?] Dear Mr. Long, I am sending you herewith under another cover a design for THE RASH ACT

  38  
TL[copy] to Ray Long
[Toulon] My dear Long, I am flattered indeed that you and your friends should have taken Henry Martin

  38  
TL[copy] to Ray Long
[Toulon?] Dear Long, Further to your publicity or mine. I enclose two photographs of myself and Ezra Pound

  38  
TL[copy] to [Mr.] Looker
Paris; Dear Mr. Looker, I am forwarding you c/o Constables two books by Rene Behaine whom I personally, not to

  38  
TL[copy] to [Miss] Loveman
[Toulon?] Dear Miss Loveman, I got those books at last [sic]last week and read them and sent the review off to you

  38  
TL[copy] to Howard Lowry
[Toulon] My dear Lowry, I am rather distresssed that the proofs of the Collected Poems should not yet have reached me

  38  
TL[copy] to Howard Lowry
Toulon; Dear Mr. Lowry, Mrs. Aley says that you insist on having written permission from everyone who ever published a poem of mine

  38  
TL[copy,draft] to Howard Lowry
Toulon; My dear Lowry, The matter of the copyrighting of thos poems has got beyond me. You must deal with the

  38  
TL[copy] to Howard Lowry
Toulon; Dear Mr. Lowry, I am glad indeed that you have reached this side of the Water and, contrary to my habits

  38  
TL[copy] to Howard Lowry
Paris; Dear Mr. Lowry, I have today finished the book and am forwarding it to Mrs. Aley to hand to you

  38  
TL[copy] to Howard Lowry
Paris; Dear Dr. Lowry, I find the ms. of the GREAT TRADE ROUTE was sent to the OXFORD UNIVERSITY PRESS instead of to Mrs. Aley

  38  
TL[copy] to Howard Lowry
Paris; Dear Dr. Lowry, I am sending the corrected poems under another cover to Messrs. Longmans. The printing is very good

  38  
TL[copy] to Howard Lowry
Pensshurst; Dear Dr. Lowry, If it can be done without, as the saying is, prejudice I'd like to assure you that I feel

  38  
TL[copy] to Howard Lowry
Paris; Dear Dr. Lowry, You know, this is like being mad. Together with your letter I receive one from Allen & Unwin

  38  
TL[copy] to Howard Lowry
Paris; Dear Dr. Lowry, The God of Delay must wait on the GREAT TRADE ROUTE. No sooner did I get those proofs

  38  
TL[copy] to Howard Lowry
Paris; Dear Dr. Lowry, Here is the dedication for the GREAT TRADE ROUTE. I forgot to put it in with the proofs

  38A  
AL[postcard]S to Esther Julia Madox Loewe
New York; Voici j'ai ete interviewe seize fois aujourd'hui je suis bien fatigue. [Julian Loewe papers]

  38A  
ALS to Esther Julia Madox Loewe
New York; Ma tres, tres, tres chere petite Princess: Je suis[Julian Loewe papers]

  38A  
ALS to Esther Julia Madox Loewe
[n.p.] Voici des feulles de livre que je t'ai dedie [Written on printed preliminary leaves of Ford's "New Poems", it's dedicated to Esther Julia][Julian Loewe papers]

  38A  
ALS to Esther Julia Madox Loewe
New York; Tres, tres, chere petite Princesse, Je t'eris en lettres [Julian Loewe papers]

  38A  
AL[postcard]S to Esther Julia Madox Loewe
Chicago; Tres, tres chere petite Princesse: Voici l'hotel [Various dates] [Julian Loewe papers]

  38A  
TLS to Esther Julia Madox Loewe
Chicago; Tres, tres chere petite princesse, Voici du joli [Julian Loewe papers]

  38A  
AL[postcard] to Esther Julia Madox Loewe
Chicago; Voici la deuxieme carte. En effet Chicago est [Julian Loewe papers]

  38A  
ALS to Esther Julia Madox Loewe
On train between Pittsburgh and Philadelphia; Tres, tres chere petite princesse, Je t'ecris dans le [Julian Loewe papers]

  38A  
ALS to Esther Julia Madox Loewe
London; Tres chere petite princesse, Voici un mot pour te dire que je t'aime de tout mon Coeur [Julian Loewe papers]

  38A  
ALS to Esther Julia Madox Loewe
On train near Buffal, NY; Tres tres chere petite princesse, Apres que j'avais ecrit a ta [Julian Loewe papers]

  38A  
TLS to Esther Julia Madox Loewe
New York; Ma tres tres chere petite princesse, Je t'ecris[Julian Loewe papers]

  38A  
TL[telegram] to Esther Julia Madox Loewe
New York; Joyeux Noel a toi et [sic] Routel a Camille petit pire [sic] [Julian Loewe papers]

  38A  
TLS to Esther Julia Madox Loewe
[Var, France] Tres, tres chere: Je me suis decide de mettre la carte postale

  38A  
TLS to Esther Julia Madox Loewe
Var, France; Tres tres chere petite Princess, J'ai ete tres unquiete

  38A  
ALS to Esther Julia Madox Loewe
On board the De Grasse; Tres tres chere petite, Je t'aime tant! Je voudrais pouvoir [Julian Loewe papers]

  38A  
ALS to Esther Julia Madox Loewe
Paris; Tres, tres chere Princesse, Peau rouge: Voice un petit mot pour te prouver que ton pauvre petit [Julian Loewe papers]

  38A  
TLS to Esther Julia Madox Loewe
New York; Tres, tres chere petite Princesse, J'ai ete bien content [Julian Loewe papers]

  38A  
TLS to Esther Julia Madox Loewe
Var, France; Tres, tres chere petite Princess, J'ai recu ta chart l'autre jour

  38A  
ALS to Esther Julia Madox Loewe
Ajaccio, Corsica; Tres, tres chere petite Princesse Mais voici dans la ville ou ne Napoleon [Julian Loewe papers]

  38A  
ALS to Esther Julia Madox Loewe
Toulon; Tres, tres chere petite Princesse, J'ai ete tres[Julian Loewe papers]

  38A  
AL[postcard]S to Esther Julia Madox Loewe
Toulon; Tres, tres chere Petite Princesse. Veux tu bien dire[Julian Loewe papers]

  38A  
AL[postcard]S to Esther Julia Madox Loewe
Sr.-Gilles-Du-Gard; Voici le portrait d'une eglise ou tu as [Julian Loewe papers]

  38A  
TLS to Esther Julia Madox Loewe
New York; Tres, tres chere petite Princesse, J'ai recu ta jolie lettre[Julian Loewe papers]

  38A  
TLSto Esther Julia Madox Loewe
Toulon; Tres, tres chere petite Princesse. Je suis bien content [Julian Loewe papers]

  38A  
TLS to Esther Julia Madox Loewe
New York; Tres, tres chere petite Princesse, J'ai recu aujourdhui [Julian Loewe papers]

  38A  
ALS to Esther Julia Madox Loewe
Toulon; Tres, tres chere petite Princesse. Merci de ta jolie [Julian Loewe papers]

  38A  
ALS to Esther Julia Madox Loewe
Cap Brun, Toulon; Tres, tres chere petite Princesse, J'ai ete charme et touche de ta lettre et je[Julian Loewe papers]

  38A  
ALS to Esther Julia Madox Loewe
[n.p.] Tres, tres chere petite Princesse ... ou Princesse grandissante! Je suis bien content [Misdated 21 21 Jan. '32][Julian Loewe papers]

  38A  
ALS to Esther Julia Madox Loewe
Cap Brun, Toulon; Tres, tres chere petite Princesse et Monstre! Puis: nous avon fait [Misdated 14/7/32] [Julian Loewe papers]

  38A  
TLS to Esther Julia Madox Loewe
Cap Brun, Toulon; Tres, tres chere petite Princesse - Pour ne pas dire [Julian Loewe papers]

  38A  
ALS to Esther Julia Madox Loewe
Cap Brun, Toulon; Tres, tres chere petite Princesse, Nous avons ete [Julian Loewe papers]

  38A  
TLS to Esther Julia Madox Loewe
[Cap Brun, Toulon?] Ma tres, tres chere petite princesse, J'ai bien recu ta petite lettre ce matin et j'en suis [Julian Loewe papers]

  38A  
TLS to Esther Julia Madox Loewe
Cap Brun, Toulon; Dearest Julie; This time I am going to write [Julian Loewe papers]

  38A  
ALS to Esther Julia Madox Loewe
Toulon; Tres chere quoique grande Princesse; Je t'ai envoye[Julian Loewe papers]

  38A  
TLS to Esther Julia Madox Loewe
[Paris] Ma pauvre petite; J'ai ete bien content de recevoir ta gentile lettre [Julian Loewe papers]

  38A  
TLS to Esther Julia Madox Loewe
Cap Brun, Toulon; Tres chere Monstresse, Voice deux lettres de toi auxquelles ue n'ai[Julian Loewe papers]

  38A  
ALS to Esther Julia Madox Loewe
New York; Dearest Julie: I was very glad to get your letter

  38A  
TLS to Esther Julia Madox Loewe
New York; Dearest Julie, I was very glad to have your letter. I'm [Julian Loewe papers]

  38A  
ALS to Esther Julia Madox Loewe
Toulon; Dearest Julie, It is sad that you should have so far forgotten your French as no longer be able to write [Julian Loewe papers]

  38A  
TLS to Esther Julia Madox Loewe
Villa Paul [Cap Brun, Toulon] Tres chere Grande-Petite, J'ai ete tres content recevois tes deux lettres.[Julian Loewe papers]

  38A  
TLS to Esther Julia Madox Loewe
Toulon; Dearest Julie; Thank you for your letter on my birthday [Also signed by Janice Biala] [Julian Loewe papers]

  38A  
TL[copy] to Esther Julia Madox Loewe
[Olivet?] Dearest Julie, Thank you for your letter. I am only glad that you lead such an uproarious existence [Julian Loewe papers]

  38A  
ALS to Esther Julia Madox Loewe
Paris; Dearest Julie: After you went I had a relapse & was pretty bad [mistakenly dated 1937] [Julian Loewe papers]

  38A  
TLS to Esther Julia Madox Loewe
[Paris] Dearest Julie; This is by way of being a farewell letter for we expect to be sailing[Julian Loewe papers]

  38A  
TLS to Esther Julia Madox Loewe
Olivet, Michigan; Dearest Julie; Yes, to write an aged and infirm[Julian Loewe papers]

  38A  
TL[copy] to Esther Julia Madox Loewe
[New York] Dearest Julie; Our latest plans after very great confusion are to leave here

  39  
TL[copy] to Malcolm McDonald
[New York] Sir, I take the liberty of intruding on your attention on the subject of Palestine [One complete 4 page copy and 3 leaves of typed draft version]

  39  
AL[draft]S to [Sir Andrew McFadyean]
[New York?] Dear Sir, Thank you. Yes, De Bovis was really de Baudriss [written on verso of TLS McFadyean to Ford, Dec. 21, 1938]

  39  
TL[copy] to Mack
[Toulon] Dear Mr. Mack, I have now had your manuscript some days and have read it with a great deal of interest

  39  
TL[copy] to Archibald MacLeish
{Toulon?] My dear MacLeish, I have just seen the Pound pamphlet though Farrar & Rhinehart never took the trouble

  39  
TL[copy] to H.V. Marrot
Toulon; Dear Sir, I see no particular objection to your printing the letters of which you send me the proofs [With copy of letter]

  39  
ALS to Harri Martindale
[London] Dear Harri, Just a note to say that, owing to the action of your friends

  39  
ALS to Mrs. William Martindale
[London] Dear Mrs. Martindale - Allow me to congratulate you on your double anniversaries

  39  
ALS to Mrs. William Martindale
[London] Dear Mrs. Martindale = Custom demands and gratitude imperatively cries aloud

  39  
ALS to Mrs. William Martindale
[London] Dear Mrs. Martindale - By this same post I am sending Elsie a ring [2 copies]

  39  
ALS to William Martindale
[London] Dear Mr. Martindale, Although on the whole, as a correspondent, I am fairly conscientious

  39  
ALS to William Martindale
[London] Dear Mr. Martindale - Elsie has just come over here in the usual distree

  39  
ALS to William Martindale
[London] Dear Mr. Martindale - Certainly the letters shall go through Cavendish St.

  39  
ALS to William Martindale
[London] Dear Mr. Martindale, Herewith I am sending the letter to Elsie

  39  
ALS to William Martindale
[London] W. Martindale Esqre. Before answering your letter having regard to a modus vivendi

  39  
ALS to William Martindale
[London] W. Martindale Esqre. In answer to your letter today I can only regret

  39  
ALS to Charles F. G. Masterman
London; Dear Masterman, I find that V. has been trying to influence you [Signed by Ford but written by other hand]

  39  
ALS to Charles F. G. Masterman
South Lodge; Dear C.F.G., I am making quite good progress with that book [Re: When Blood is Their Argument][In Richard Aldington's hand]

  39  
TLS to Charles F. G. Masterman
London; My dear C.F.G., Will you read the following long letter at leisure[Re: Between St. Dennis and St. George]

  39  
ALS to Charles F. G. Masterman
Tenby; My dear C.F.G., Here I am & hard at it - 6 a.m. to 7 p.m. everyday

  39  
ALS to Charles F. G. Masterman
9 Welch, 19th Dev. Dear C.F.G., The Minister of Instruction[Re: Between St. Dennis and St. George]

  39  
ALS to Charles F. G. Masterman
North Wales; Dear C.F.G., I seem to be destined to be stuck down here

  39  
ALS to Charles F. G. Masterman
N. Wales; Dear C.F.G., No: I have not heard anything at this end

  39  
ALS to Charles F. G. Masterman
Near Rhyl; Dear C.F.G., The Adjutant tells me to-day that the W.O. has sent

  39  
ALS to Charles F. G. Masterman
IX Welch, Rouen; My dear C.F.G., I haven't written before, partly because of unsettlement

  39  
ALS to Charles F. G. Masterman
Whitehall Court; Dear C.F.G., The guns are going - so thank God it's over

  39  
TLS to Lucy Masterman
South Lodge; Dear Mrs. Masterman, Forgive my having taken so long [Pasted in ledger p.48-50. On p.47 is ALS "Irish Homestead" to Lady Lyttleton, "Monday"]

  39  
TLS to Lucy Masterman
South Lodge; My dear Lucy, You may like to know that I went round to the W.O. after seeing you

  39  
ALS to Lucy Masterman
Cardiff Castle; Dearest Lucy, I rang you up to say goodbye

  39  
ALS to Lucy Masterman
Cardiff Castle; My dear Lucy, I haven't a bit forgotten you - & I never do, you know

  39  
ALS to Lucy Masterman
Cardiff Castle; My dear Lucy, I was very glad to hear from you again, at last

  39  
ALS to Lucy Masterman
The Castle, Cardiff; My dear Lucy, We are still here, balancing & delayed

  39  
ALS to Lucy Masterman
[Rouen] Dear old Lucy, We leave here today to join our various units

  39  
ALS to Lucy Masterman
Attd.9 Welch; Dear Lucy, Thanks so much for your letter which reached me today

  39  
ALS to Lucy Masterman
Welch, Belgium; Dear Old Lucy, Using a good deal of determination

  39  
ALS to Lucy Masterman
9/ Welch; Dearest Lucy, As I worried you with my depressed mood

  39  
ALS to Lucy Masterman
Attd9/Welch; Dearest Lucy, I am fairly cheerful again, thank you

  39  
ALS to Lucy Masterman
Attd.9/Welch; Dear Lucy, You may be glad to hear - tho' I daresay you know already

  39  
ALS to Lucy Masterman
9/ Welch France; Dearest Lucy, Why does nobody write to me? Does one so quickly become a ghost

  39  
ALS to Lucy Masterman
Denbighshire; All righ, my dear, call it a wash out. The point was that V.

  39  
ALS to Lucy Masterman
Redcar; Dear Lucy, Thank you very much for the poem

  39  
ALS to Lucy Masterman
Redcar; Dear Lucy Could you very kindly let me have a copy of that poem about M.G's

  39  
ALS to Lucy Masterman
Redcar; Dearest Lucy, I am touched that you shd. bother to write about my poems.

  39  
ALS to Lucy Masterman
Redcar; Dear Lucy, Thank you very much for the poems

  39  
TL[telegram] to Lucy Masterman
New York; My dear Lucy, So much regret all my sympathies

  39  
ALS to Ethel Colburn Mayne
Pulboard? Dear Ethel: If the enclosed is inspired by South Lodge [Violet Hunt papers]

  39  
TL[copy] to Ethel ColburnMayne
[n.p.] Dear Ethel, This is a matter in which I do not see how I can move without a great [Juliean Loewe papers]

  39  
TL[copy] to Ethel Colburn Mayne
Paris; Dear Ethel, There is no sense in answering these recriminations: there are features [Typed on "Transatlantic Review" letterhead] [ Julian Loewe papers]

  39  
TL[copy] to Richard Meldean [i.e. Mealand]
Toulon; Dear Mr. Meldean, Thank you for yours of the 22nd inst. I shall be pleased to accept Miss. Reynold' offer

  39  
TL[copy] to Methuen & Co.
Paris; Dear Sirs... I shall be obliged to let you have the requisite permission to republish pp. 52-66

  39  
TL[copy] to P. Moir
[Olivet] Dear Miss Moir, I am flattered indeed that you should want me but I have been so extremely

  39  
TL[copy] to P. Moir
[Olivet] Dear Miss Moir, I enclose my answer to that fellow. I don't suppose you will want to publish it

  39  
TL[draft to Mr. Mond
London; Dear Mr. Mond: I do wish you would buy "The English Review". I have given such enormouse labour to it [Violet Hunt papers]

  39  
AL[copy, fragment] to Harold Monro
Pulborough; Dear Monro, Ref: cuts. I think I can provide these and should much like to

  39  
AL[copy] to Harold Munro
[n.p.] Dear Munro, Get someone, will you, to inscribe on your tablets the dates 2-5/6/22, otherwise the first week-end

  39  
TL[copy] to Harriet Monroe
Paris; Dear Miss [Monroe], I am sending you, as I said I would, my very latest poem, being the first

  39  
TL[copy] to Paul Morand
[Toulon?] My dear Morand, Thank you for Air Indien. I have peeped into it and I am sure that as soon as I have time

  39  
TL[copy] to F. V. Morley
[Toulon] Dear Mr. Morley, Thank you for sending me the CANTOS which I shall be very glad to have

  39  
AL[draft] to Gorham Munson
[New York] Dear Mr. Gorham Munson, I expect you were too busy to look in last Thursday [On verso of TLS Munson to Ford, 25 Feb., 1935]

  39  
ALS to S.H. Hollam Murray
Winchelsea; Dear Sir - I am much obliged to you for yr. letter of yesterday

  39  
TL[copy] to Edward Naumberg
Dear Mr. Naumberg, I had completely forgotten about the Fairy Book of 1909

  39  
TL[copy,fragment] to the Editor, New York Hewrald Tribune Books
New York; Dear Sir: You will perhaps afford me the hospitality of your collumn for the following statement: [Appeared in the NY Herald Tribune Book Section on Feb. 20, 1927; re: The Nature Of A Crime]

  39  
TL[copy] to the Editor, New York Herald Tribune Book Section
[n.p.] Sir, In one little word your critic of my "Great Trade Route" goes just too far. He speaks of my 'vilification

  39  
TL[copy] Editor, New York Times
New York; Sir, The present juncture would seem to give the United States an opportunity for one of her most shining

  39  
TL[copy] to Charles Olsen
New York; My dear Olsen, Thank you. For we [sic] also it was a great pleasure to have made your acquaintance

  39  
TL[copy] to George Oppenheimer
Paris; My dear Oppenheimer, I was very glad to get your letter with the specimen sheet of publicity

  39  
TL[copy] to A.R. Orage
[Toulon?] Dear Orage, Thank you for yours of the 18th ult. What I have been doing is to get together

  39  
TL[copy] to the Oxford University Press
New York; Dear Sirs, I have brought with me from Paris a tranlation of EL PERIQUILLO SARNIENTO by Jose Joaquin Fernandez de Lizardi

  39  
TL[copy] to the Oxford University Press
Paris; Dear Sirs... Will you please observe that I refuse to permit your publication of my book GREAT TRADE ROUTE

  39  
TL[copy] to the Manager, Oxford University Press
Penshurst; dear Sir, With regard to differences that have arisen between your New York branch and myself

  39  
TL[copy] to the Oxford University Press
Penshurst; Dear Sirs, I have to thank you for Mr. Lowry's letter of the 24th ult. I do not think any purpose would be

  39  
TL[copy] to the Oxford University Press
Penshurst; Dear Sirs... May I suggest that you should forward me your set of the proofs of the GREAT ROUTE?

  39  
TL[copy] to the Oxford University Press
Paris; Dear Sirs, I am now in receipt of your letter of the 30th ult. and your cable of yesterday

  39  
TL[copy] to the Oxford University Press
New York; Dear Sirs, I have received a letter of which the follwing is a copy from Allen & Unwin

  39  
TL[copy] to Paul Palmer
[New York] My dear Palmer, Here is the article about Conrad, promised for today. Please admire my punctuality

  39  
TL[copy] to Paul Palmer
New York; Dear Palmer, For the articles by me that you have suggested I should propose the following subjects

  39  
TL[copy] to Paul Palmer
[Toulon] My dear Palmer, That is quite right about Mrs. Aley. I move about so much

  39  
TL[copy] to Paul Palmer
Toulon; Dear Palmer, I wish you would get your people to send me the A.M.'s that have my articles in them

  39  
TL[copy] to Paul Palmer
Toulon; Dear Palmer, I daresay you are right about Hudson - though I think every educated American knows about the Fabian society

  39  
TL[copy] to Paul Palmer
[Toulon] Dear Palmer, I have sent Mrs. Aley the reconstitued HUDSON article. I have practically rewritten it

  39  
TL[copy] to Paul Palmer
[Toulon?] Dear Palmer, This is of course an impasse. You are practically asking me to submit articles

  39  
TL[copy] to Paul Palmer
Paris; My dear Palmer, I have just staggered through the revision of what I call MIGHTIER THAN THE SWORDSMAN

  39  
TL[copy] to Paul Palmer
Paris; My dear Palmer, I'm sending you the Lawrence article. I think it's pretty good myself

  39  
TL[copy] to Paul Palmer
Paris; My dear Palmer, I much appreciate your letter and its point of view. I wanted however to finish

  39  
TL[copy] to Paul Palmer
Paris; My dear Palmer, I am glad you like the Hardy article and that you think the articles in general are well looker or

  39  
TL[copy] to Paul Palmer, Yours of the 27th ult. just received. You are, you know, treating me very badly
Paris; Dear Palmer

  39  
TL[copy] to Paul Palmer
Paris; Dear Palmer, I congratulate your on your cable, just received. Now you shall not go down to posterity along with the

  39  
TL[copy] to Paul Palmer
Penshurst; My dearear Palmer, I am sending you the SWINBURNE herewith - I will spare you the tale of blood it has cost me

  39  
TL[copy] to Paul Palmer
Penshurst; My dear Palmer, As you will see from the above address... (I put the ESQ in not to lay claim to my legal

  39  
TL[copy] to Paul Palmer
Paris; My dear Palmer, Curse you! Curse you! 9bis0 It is only yesterday that I was boasting to the editor

  39  
TL[copy] to Paul Palmer
Paris; Dear Palmer, Print these things together, will you? Pray don't publish that ass [With carbon of HARDY FICTION AND FACT by Carol J. Weber]

  39  
TL[copy] to Paul Palmer
Toulon; My dear Palmer, I am sending Mrs. Aley for you for my article on W. H. Hudson which I hope you will like

  39  
TL[copy] to Paul Palmer
New York; My dear Palmer, We ran round in the darkness and round and round hoping to find souls with whom

  39  
TL[copy] to Paul Palmer
[New York] My dear Palmer, Qu'etes vous devenu? I had expected to have had word from you

  39  
TL[copy] to Paul Palmer
New York; Dear Palmer,AHere's the answer if you think it worth printing. I hope Mrs. Palmer

  39  
TL[copy] to Paul Palmer
[Olivet?] My dear Palmer,Certainly, as soon as I get a moment from the absolute madness of work

  39  
TL[copy] to Paul Palmer
[Olivet] My dear Palmer, I am getting into a complet muddle about those articles - in addition, I cannot find

  39  
TL[copy] to Paul Palmer
Olivet; My dear Palmer, About those articles about towns, I simply found that I have not either got the

  39  
TL[copy] to Dorothy Parker
[New York] Dear Miss Parker, I should certainly have been glad to be present at your lunch to Messrs Davisons and

  39  
TL[copy] to Dorothy Parker
[New York] Dear Miss Parker, I am sorry to seem or indeed to be churlish in refusing to respond to your appeal

  39  
TL[copy] to Isabel Patterson
[Paris] My dear Isabel, You might like to mention in your notes - or at any rate I should be very glad if you will mention

  39  
TL[copy] to Messrs. Payson & Clarke
[Olivet] Dear Sirs, Mr. Robert Cassell has told me that you wish me to write for you my opinion

  39  
TL[copy] to Maxwell Perkins
Paris; Dear Mr. Perkins, Allen Tate says he sent you the first chapter of a book of mine

  39  
TL[copy] to Maxwell Perkins
Paris; Dear Mr. Perkins, I hear that the Atlantic Monthly wants that article of mine

  39  
TL[copy] to Maxwell Perkins
[Toulon] Dear Mr. Perkins, I am sending you herewith under another cover a typescript copy to TOWARDS TOMORROW

  39  
TL[copy] to Maxwell Perkins
[New York] Dear Mr. Perkins, I am sending you under another cover my notice of Mr. Bishop's book [ Review of ACT OF DARKNESS enclosed]

  39  
TL[copy] to Maxwell Perkins
[Paris?] Dear Mr. Perkins, When is Mrs. Tate's book coming out? If you will send me an advanced copy

  39  
TL[copy] to Maxwell Perkins
[Paris] Dear Mr. Perkins, I send you herewith, as promised, a notice of Caroline Gordon's book

  39  
TLS to Maxwell Perkins
New York; Dear Mr. Perkins, Mr. Ford asked me to send you this notice of Miss Bogan's book

  39  
TL[copy] to Maxwell Perkins
New York; Dear Mr. Perkins, I couldn't make much, the other day, out of the conversations on Renoir, Cezanne, and

  39  
TL[copy] to Wanda Tower Pickard
New York; Dear Wanda, We have been hoping so much that you would be able to come over

  39  
TL[copy] to Wanda Tower Pickard
New York; Dear Wanda, Our letters have crossed. I think mine more or less answers yours

  39  
TL[copy] to {Georges Pillement?]
[Paris] Cher ami Janice me prie de vous envoyer un exemplaire de la carte pour la vernissage de son exposition

  40  
AL[copy] to James B. Pinker
Winchelsea; Dear Mr. Pinker: I really can't know anything about terms. I'd be pleased with 100 pounds advance or quite content with 50 pounds

  40  
AL[copy] to James B. Pinker
Winchelsea; Dear Mr. Pinker; I'm sending you the m.s. of that novel - for this reason. S.S. McClure will be in England this week

  40  
AL[copy] to James B. Pinker
Winchelsea; My dear Pinker, Granville Barker - of the Court Theatre - is "anximoish" to see a play of mine.

  40  
AL[copy] to James B. Pinker
Winchelsea; My dear Pinker: Would you kindly send the manuscript of the novel to me

  40  
AL[copy, fragment] to James B. Pinker
Sandgate; My dear Pinker: What I wish to do in Russia is briefly this: To go to Petersburg with my brother-in-law,

  40  
AL[copy] to James B. Pinker
Winchelsea; Dear Pinker: I'm sending you herewith the "H.of the C." - arranged for the "Tribune"

  40  
AL[copy] to James B. Pinker
London; My dear Pinker: The sales of the V Queen ought to amount to that much [100 pounds] for me.

  40  
AL[copy] to James B. Pinker
London; With regard to money: I do quite seriously need the sum I mentioned & can't get on without it.

  40  
AL[copy] to James B. Pinker
London; Dear Pinker: In a rash moment you promised me a quinea for my Taubmann fund. As I am just called upon to fork out the last instal[l]ment

  40  
AL[copy] to James B. Pinker
London; My dear Pinker, Many thanks for the guinea. Of course I see that the Chesson children may be more in need of help than Chesson himself,

  40  
AL[copy] to James B. Pinker
Dear Pinker, Hudson's price seems absolutely ridiculous; I think you might ask him is he means shillings or pence.

  40  
AL[copy] to James B. Pinker
London; ... I am as usual rather in want of money. Would you just sell those Fairy Tales

  40  
AL[copy] to James B. Pinker
London; Dear Pinker, In case I should not see you today, my addresses will be until

  40  
AL[copy, fragment] to James B. Pinker
London; ... With regard to insurance: I'm ready to sumit myself for medical inspection at any moment

  40  
AL[copy] to James B. Pinker
London; My dear Pinker: I'm sorry to worry you again - but I really need more money.

  40  
AL[copy] to James B. Pinker
Newport, RI; My dear Pinker: May ruin and desolation wait upon the day when you inspired me to come to this land!

  40  
AL[copy] to James B. Pinker
Philadelphia; My dear Pinker: Things in a way seem to improve here. - Imprimis McClure's seem inclined to take the London trilogy

  40  
AL[copy] to James B. Pinker
Winchelsea; My dear Pinker: I send you herewith this agreement, signed, & the m.s. of my article for the "Quarterly"

  40  
AL[copy] to James B. Pinker
Removed to Box 40, folder 27.5

  40  
AL[copy] to James B. Pinker
Winchelsea; My dear Pinker, I forward herewith some more of the first Methuen novel.

  40  
AL[copy] to James B. Pinker
London; My dear Pinker, Yr. letter distresses me. I wish you'd reread mine & you'd seee that I didn't in the least wish to irritate you

  40  
AL[copy] to James B. Pinker
London; My dear Pinker, I'd be glad if you w'd give to me yr. grounds for saying that both those novels were anticipated

  40  
AL[copy] to James B. Pinker
[London] My dear Pinker: I've just had five letters from you together - I wish you'd understand

  40  
AL[copy] to James B. Pinker
[London] Dear Pinker: The following occurs to me as a solution of the financial problem:

  40  
AL[copy] to James B. Pinker
[London] Dear Pinker: I'm more than ever unreasonably pressed for money. C'd you advance me that 20 pounds

  40  
AL[copy] to James B. Pinker
[London] Dear Pinker: I find I really need some more money - the income tax people threaten to sell me

  40  
AL[copy,fragment] to James B. Pinker
[London] Dear Pinker: I send you herewith a first instalment of the "Half Moon".

  40  
AL[copy] to James B. Pinker
[London] Dear Pinker: I must write to you about finance - but let me first say that I'm not holding any pistol [Was in Box 40, folder 19]

  40  
AL[copy,fragment] to James B. Pinker
[London] Dear Pinker: I have only just got yr. letter sent to the club.

  40  
ALS to James B. Pinker
[London] Dear Pinker, My cousin Baron Ignatz von Aschendrof has been in communication with me [ Written on "The English Review" letterhead; not in Ford's hand]

  40  
AL[copy] to James B. Pinker
[London] My dear Pinker, Yes, I think you might make the insurance a matter of automatic account.

  40  
AL[copy] to James B. Pinker
[London] Dear Pinker, I cannot see that Nash is advertising "The Half Moon" at all,

  40  
AL[copy] to James B. Pinker
[London] Dear Pinker, I shall be forwarding to you shortly the manuscript of a new novel for Methuen's

  40  
AL[copy] to James B. Pinker
[London] Dear Pinker: I am rather in need of money to meet my month's bills.

  40  
AL[copy] to James B. Pinker
[London] Dear Pinker: I have to thank you for yr cheque for 23.11.11 per acct. of the "Call"

  40  
AL[copy] to James B. Pinker
[London] Dear Pinker, I must confess to being puzzled & astonished by the letter from Messrs. Constable which you enclose

  40  
AL[copy] to James B. Pinker
Chardon Spa; Dear Pinker, What is the matter with C[onstable]'s anyhow? I hear on all sides that they are shaky,

  40  
TLS to James B. Pinker
Winchelsea, Dear Mr. Pinker: I am much obliged to you for the cheque.

  40  
ALS to James B. Pinker
Winchelsea; Dear Mr. Pinker; Thanks. If you will let me have a m.s. (I suppose you have one,

  40  
ALS to James B. Pinker
Weinhandlung; Dear Pinker Your letter about Constable's is a confusing proposition. Of course I remember that I had promised [Not written by Ford, although signed]

  40  
ALS to James B. Pinker
Weinhandlung; Dear Pinker, Certainly, do what you think best in the matter of Messrs Baker & Taylor [Although signed by Ford, letter not in his hand]

  40  
ALS to James B. Pinker
South Lodge; Dear Pinker, All right. on Constable's heads be it. If it will suit them to have the ms [Although signed by Ford, letter not in his hand]

  40  
AL[copy,fragment] to James B. Pinker
[London] Dear Pinker, I really think it is time that you let me hear something about Constable's intentions

  40  
TLS to James B. Pinker
South Lodge; Dear Pinker, I do not personally regard the charge as serious for anybody but myself who have been made seriously and possible permanently ill

  40  
ALS to James B. Pinker
South Lodge; My dear Pinker,I forwarded you the signed copy of the agreement for "Inr. Height" during March from Saint Renie,

  40  
TL[copy] to James B. Pinker
[London] Dear Sir, Mr. Ford asks me to say, with reference to your letter of the 21st March, that the sum

  40  
TL[copy] to James B. Pinker & Son
[Paris] Dear Sirs; Mr. Ford asks me to say that unless he receives answers to his letters of the twenty fourth and thirtieth ult. by return of post

  40  
TL[copy] to Messrs. J. B. Pinker
[Paris] Dear Sir, Mr. Ford asks me to acknowledge your two letters of the 27th inst and your cheque for 75.0.0 (seventy five pounds sterling)

  40  
TL[copy] to J.B. Pinker and Sons
Paris; Dear Sirs: I am sending you herewith MS of a small book on the English novel which I have written for Lippincott's

  40  
TL[copy] to J.B. Pinker & Sons
Paris; Dear Pinker, Yours of the 16th inst, I am afraid this matter is not going to be any too easy.

  40  
TL[copy] to J.B. Pinker & Sons
[New York] Dear Pinker: I wish you would let me know the name of the editor of "The Nineteenth Century."

  40  
TL[copy] to J.B. Pinker & Sons
Paris; My dear Mr. Pinker: Mr. Ford asks me to tell you that the BOOKMAN will publish THE ENGLISH NOVEL

  40  
TL[copy] to J.B. Pinker & Sons
New York; Dear Sirs: Ref. your miss Wicken's letter of March 27th I really do not know anything

  40  
TL[copy] to J.B. Pinker & Sons
New York; Dear Sirs: Reference your Miss Wickens - March 27th - I already answered this on the 14th, but, in case

  40  
TL[copy] to J.B. Pinker & Sons
New York; Dear Pinker: I am enclosing one short-story called "On Honoria Mary Lage" which is appearing in Harper's

  40  
TL[copy] to J.B. Pinker & Sons
New York; Dear Pinker: As I rather thought, it appears that Lippincott wish to hole "The English Novel" until they have several more volumes

  40  
TL[copy] to J.B. Pinker & Sons
[London] Dear Pinker, Ref The English Novel - I think you might as well talk to Cape about this before settling anything with Constable.

  40  
TL[copy] to J.B. Pinker & Sons
Paris; Dear Pinker, I had been waiting, so as not to burden you with letters, until the arrival of the proofs of my book

  40  
TL[copy] to J.B. Pinker & Sons
Paris; Dear Pinker, I did not answer yours of the 10th inst because mine of even date crossed it

  40  
TL[copy] to J.B. Pinker & Sons
[New York] Dear Pinker, NO ENEMY - I am sending you under another cover, registered, the Americans proofs

  40  
TL[copy] to J.B. Pinker & Sons
[New York] Dear Pinker, Yours of the 21st inst. I will mail you NOTTERDAM tomorrow. I don't see what good it does Cape to sit on the ms.

  40  
TL[copy] to J.B. Pinker & Sons
[Paris] Dear Pinker, I am forwarding you by this mail, under another cover, Chapter II of my HISTORY OF OUR OWN TIMES

  40  
TL[copy] to J.B. Pinker & Sons
[New York] Dear Pinker, For some unexplainable re3ason - for my secretary is the most careful of persons -

  40  
TL[copy] to J.B. Pinker & Sons
[New York] Dear Pinker, Yours of the 22d inst. ref ENGLISH NOVEL. I tried to make it plain that in these things I left the decision

  40  
TL[copy] to J.B. Pinker & Sons
[New York] Dear Pinkier, I am sorry but I cannot get a copy of the ENGLISH NOVEL book here and have none of my own.

  40  
TL[copy] to J.B. Pinker & Sons
[Paris?] Dear Pinker, I am sending you herewith Chapter III of the HISTORY OF OUR OWN TIMES and under separate cover

  40  
AL[copy,fragment] to J.B. Pinker & Sons
[Paris] Dear Pinker, ENGLISH NOVEL - I do not really know what to do about the Constable agreement, my first impulse being to tear it up

  40  
TL[copy] to J.B. Pinker & Sons
[Paris?] Dear Pinker, Thank you. The offer sounds fairly attractive. I know Morrow and his list

  40  
TL[copy] to J.B. Pinker & Sons
Paris; Dear Pinker, I am sending you under another cover registered the fourth chapter of A HISTORY OF OUR OWN TIMES.

  40  
TL[copy] to J.B. Pinker & Sons
[Paris] Dear Pinker, I forwarded you on Monday the fifth chapter of the History which, I trust, reached you safely

  40  
TL[copy] to J.B. Pinker & Sons
[Paris] Dear Pinker, SECKER - I have searched all my files for correspondence with Secker but cannot find any.

  40  
TL[copy] to J.B. Pinker & Sons
[Paris] Dear Pinker, HISTORY OF OUR OWN TIMES - 10 per cent seems rather exiguous for as many as five thousan, especially as I am banking on the royalties

  40  
TL[copy] to J.B. Pinker & Sons
[Paris] Dear Pinker, I am sorry to be a nuisance about these royalties but if you will look at my letter of January 4th

  40  
TL[copy] to J.B. Pinker & Sons
[Paris] Dear Pinker, I have to thank you for yours of the 16t inst. It does not seem very reasonable of Mr. Morrow to ask that I should finish the book

  40  
TL[copy] to J.B. Pinker & Sons
[Paris] Dear Pinker, I don't know when the "Sat.Ev.Post" will publish that article. They cabled their agent her to arrange it with me.

  40  
TL[copy] to J.B. Pinker & Sons
[Paris] Dear Pinker, Thank you. Will you be good enought to forward me the "one or two small amounts" you have collected

  40  
TL[copy] to J.B. Pinker & Sons
[Paris] Dear Pinker, Your cheque and accts of the 28th ult. Thank you for the above. I have already asked you to observe that I have settled the copyrights,

  40  
TL[copy] to J.B. Pinker & Sons
[Paris] Dear Pinker, Yours of the 3d inst - I cannot answer this for a day or two as I may have to make entirely different arrangements.

  40  
TL[copy] to J.B. Pinker & Sons
[Paris] Dear Pinker, Yours of the 4th inst. I am sorry; I can't do anything to assist Mr. Cape at this juncture because I have not the money

  40  
TL[copy] to J.B. Pinker & Sons
[Paris] Dear Pinker, The contents of your letter ref Dent, Morrow and my HISTORY really rather astonishes me

  40  
TL[copy] to J.B. Pinker & Sons
Ballancourt; My dear Pinker, Would you kindly let me have back the ms of my HISTORY OF OUR OWN TIMES aat your early convenience

  40  
AL[copy] to J.B. Pinker & Sons
Ballancourt; Dear Pinker History of Our Own Times - I enclose a copy of a letter I wrote Miss Kerr on the 2nd inst. Please return it to me

  40  
TL[copy] to J.B. Pinker & Sons
[Paris] Pinker, Yours of the 15th inst ref Tietjens saga - I am quite in favor of the publication

  40  
TL[copy] to J.B. Pinker & Sons
Paris; Dear Sir, Ref yours of the 11th inst. - Your accounts enclosed for money received from Messrs Doran for royalties

  40  
TL[copy] to J.B. Pinker & Sons
[Paris] Dear Sirs, Will you please return to me at your earliest convenience the typescript copy of NOTTERDAM

  40  
TL[copy] to J.B. Pinker & Sons
[Paris?] LADIES WHOSE BRIGHT EYES - Dear Pinker: Enclosed herewith the agreement with Constable's for the above.

  40  
TL[copy] to J.B. Pinker & Sons
Toulon; Dear Sirs, Would you kindly return me the copy of NO ENEMY and the ms of A HISTORY OF OUR OWN TIMES at your early convenience

  40  
TL[copy] to J.B. Pinker & Sons
[Paris?] Dear Sirs, Yours of the 20th inst. - I fail to understand what claim Mr Cape considers himself to have on my reminiscences.

  40  
TL[copy] to J.B. Pinker & Sons
[London?] Dear Pinker, I am mailing you by this post under another cover the complete revised manuscript of the HISTORY OF OUR OWN TIME

  40  
TL[copy] to J.B. Pinker & Sons
Paris; Dear Sirs, I have no objection to the proposed reprint of ROMANCE by the Albatross Library

  40  
TL[copy] to J.B. Pinker & Sons
[Paris] Yours of the 27th inst. Dear Sirs: I see no reason why you should not handle the German rights of ROMANCE and THE NATURE OF A CRIME.

  40  
TL[copy] to Katherine Anne Porter
[New York] Dear Katharine Anne: I approach you with trembling footsteps. Imprimis: I put you on the committee of the Friends of William Carlos Williams

  40  
TL[copy] to E. Pons
[New York?] Dear Sir, I am obliged to you for your letter of the 12th of January

  40  
AL to Ezra Pound
[n.p.] Dear Ezra. You're a brick. [On verso: a fragment of a piece of music, lyrics in French.]

  40  
TL[copy] to Ezra Pound
[Paris?] Dear Ezra, I am ashamed to say that I cashed that check of yours after all as it took a very long time to get the Lippincot money.

  40  
TL[copy] to Ezra Pound
[Toulon?] Dear Ezra: I have written Kahane. Did you say in one of your letters that the English publication of the Cantos was fixed up?

  40  
TL[copy] to Ezra Pound
Dear Ezra, I am duly writing something about for an apparantly high brow review in England

  40  
TL[copy] to Ezra Pound
Paris; Dear Bertran deStruwwelpeter y Bergerac, I was taken seriously ill with heart trouble shortly after getting your last and am not much better now,

  40  
TL[copy] to Ezra Pound
[Olivet] Dear Ezra: I have been qoting rather freely from your CATHAY and HOW TO READ in my book,

  40  
TL[copy] to Ezra Pound
[New York] Dear Ezra: If they havn't already paid you, the Dial Press owe you $25 for quotations in my book.

  40  
TL[copy] to Eugene Pressly
Toulon; Dear Gene, Would you please save my reason if not my life - or both, and my fortunes and those of my descendants to the uttermost generations -

  40  
TL[copy] to the Editor, PUBLISHER's WEEKLY
[New York] Dear Sir, I have been sent the copy of a advertisement that appeared in one of your recent issues announcing that I am the translator

  41  
ALS to Harry Quitter
Kent; Dear Sir- Would you oblige me by letting me know what picture

  41  
ALS to Harry Quitter
Limpsfield; Dear Mr. Quitter- I see from the papers that you are about to publish books of somewhat special character.

  41  
ALS to Harry Quitter
Stanford, Nr Hythe; Dear Mr. Quitter/ I am much obliged to you for your letter. Will you however let me retun to the charge in the matter of "Work"

  41  
TL[copy] to Random House
[New York] Dear Sirs: Joseph Brewer of Olivet is extremely anxious that I should offer you a number of manuscripts

  41  
TL[copy] to L. Raney
[Olivet?] Dear sir: Could we not leave this correspondence at the fact that I have asked according to the formula

  41  
TL[copy] to Burton Rascoe
[New York] My dear Rascoe: I have read the Conrad story and reflected over it still more carefully

  41  
TL[copy] to Burton Rascoe
[New York] My dear Rascoe: I have to thank you in the first place for your kindly reference to myself in The Bookman

  41  
TL[copy] to Burton Rascoe
[New York] My dear Rascoe: Here is the manuscript of the additional Sisters stuff.

  41  
TL[copy] to Burton Rascoe
Paris; My dear Rascoe, Thank you for your inscription in the copy of the ALMANAC which you have so kindly sent me.

  41  
TL[copy] to Ernest Rhys
[Paris] My dear Rhys, I am indeed flattered and touched by your request. Alas, though modesty is foreign to my character

  41  
AL to Richardson, Sadlers & Callard
[London] Gentlemen: Ref. your letter of the 18th inst. Will you be good enough to specify the arrangements

  41  
ALS to Richardson, Sadlers & Callard
[London] Gentlemen: Ref yr letter of the 20th inst. re furniture etc. at South Lodge

  41  
AL to Richardson, Sadlers & Callard
[London] Gentlemen: Ref. your letters of the 18th inst. The statements contained in this are in no way in accordance with the facts.

  41  
TL to Richardson, Sadler and Callard
Sussex; Gentlemen; I have received from your client, Mrs. Violet Hueffer, a letter as follows:

  41  
TL[copy] to T. Rokotov, Editor of International Literature
[New York] Dear Sir: In answer to your questionnaire, I wish to say as personal opinion that universal European fascism is now, outside the U.S.S.R., actually in operation. [Carbon of questionnaire is included]

  41  
TLS to Franklin D. Roosevelt
New York; Mr. President, I venture to send you herewith the copy of a speech about the Art Projects of the W.P.A. that I broadcasted lately

  41  
TL[copy] to Mr. Ross
[London] Dear Mr. Ross/ I am really sorry if my book has hurt your feelings as a friend of Wilde's.

  41  
TL[copy] to Ross
[London] My dear Ross/ Thanks; perhaps you will fix up a day when you find it convenient.

  41  
TL[copy] to W.H.D. Rouse
[Olivet] Dear Mr. Rouse: I am indeed flattered that you should have sent me your Iliad, and by the nice things you say

  41  
TL[copy] to Rowohlt Verlag
Clarkesville, TN; Dear Sirs: Messrs. Houghton Mifflin have forwarded me your letter of the twenty-first of April

  41  
TL[copy] to William E. Rudge
New York; My dear Mr. Rudge: I have not myself got a copy of the letter you wrote Bradley

  41  
TL[copy] to William E. Rudge
[New York] Dear Mr. Rudge: Here is the manuscript of "New York Essays". Will you please let Miss Gordon, the bearer, have a receipt for it,

  41  
TL[copy] to Leah Salisbury
Toulon; Dear Madam: Mr. Young suggested that I might put the einema right of my book, THE RASH ACT in your hands

  41  
TL[copy] to the Editor, The Saturday Review
New York; Dear Sir, Two years ago today Dr Canby commissioned from me an article on wine

  41  
TL[copy] to Isidor Schneider
Paris; My dear Schneider, I see no reason inprinciple why I should not write for the PHILADELPHIA INQUIRER

  41  
TL[copy] to Isidore Schneider
[Paris] Dear Mr. Schneider, I have already forwarded to you personally a number of sufficiently eccentric snapshots of myself

  41  
TL[draft] to R.A. Scott-James
Hythe; Dear Mr. James: Thank you for yr. letter: the exact circumstances were these: I was helping Marshall

  41  
TL[copy] to R.A. Scott-James
London; My dear James, Thanks. You have written a very nice letter and I am grateful to you.

  41  
TL[copy]S to R.A. Scott-James
London; Dear James, I am sorry you appear to feel yourself aggrieved. Of course I should not have ordered an article from you

  41  
TL[copy]S to R.A. Scott-James
London; Dear James/ I've cut this blessed thing with coolness and ferocity. But I really can't judge of lengths a bit

  41  
TL[copy]S to R.A. Scott-James
Giessen; My dear James, Of course I am going to write the articles for you. But I have been busy and lazy

  41  
TL[copy]S to R.A. Scott-James
Selsey; My dear Scottie, I suppose I may now congratulate you, as I do very heartily at having again got your foot into

  41  
TL[copy]S to R.A. Scott-James
Guermantes; My dear Scott-James, Your letter dated 4th Sep and announcing your intention of visiting Paris on the 6th of that month has only just reached me

  41  
AL[copy] to R.A. Scott-James
[New York] My dear Scott-James/ I was very pleased to see your signature again after so long an interval. [ Written on TLS Scott-James to Ford, March 12, 1935]

  41  
TL[copy] to R.A. Scott-James
[New York] Dear Scott James, I don't know if these things have been offered to you - if not, take a look at them

  41  
TL[copy] to R.A. Scott-James
[Paris] Dear James, Send me the cheque for that article, will you? Things are so bad here that one really needs to keep all the money by one

  41  
TL[copy] to R.A. Scott-James
Paris; My dear Scott James, I am sending you under this cover some poems by my friend Mrs Michael Lake

  41  
TL[draft] to R.A. Scott-James
[New York] My dear Scott-James: It was nice to see your signature again. (Would you get your mail clerk to observe

  41  
TL[copy] to R.A. Scott-James
New York; My dear Scott James: It was nice to see your signature again. (Would you get your mail clerk to observe

  41  
TL[draft] to R.A. Scott-James
[New York] My dear Scott-James: Here is a short story that I have written with the Mercury in view,

  41  
TL[copy] to R.A. Scott-James
My dear Scott-James: Here is a short story that I have written with the Mercury in view

  41  
AL[copy,fragment] to George Bernard Shaw
London; ... With regard to the National Theatre, I offered at the first meeting of the Committee which I attended

  41  
TL[copy] to Horace Shipp
Paris; Dear Sir, I have now received the proofs of your short stories and will let you have a note about them early next week.

  41  
TL[copy] to Horace Shipp
Toulon; Dear Mr. Shipp, Here is the note about the English Review. I am so sorry to have kept you waiting

  41  
TL[copy] to Horace Shipp
Toulon; Dear Mr. Shipp, Mr. Ford would like very much toknow if you have received the note

  41  
TL[copy] to Horace Shipp
[Toulon] Dear Mr. Shipp, I am of course much touched by your wanting to dedicate your new venture to me

  41  
TL[copy] to George Shively
[Greensboro?] Dear Mr. Shively: Your letter to Dahlberg is admirable and ought to be most helpful.

  41  
TL[copy] to Harrison Smith
New York; My dear Mr. Smith: Mr. Ford Madox Ford has asked me to send you the enclosed synopsis of the book[Typed by Carolyn Gordon]

  41  
TL[copy] to Harrison Smith
[Paris] Dear Harold: I expect to finish my novel in the course of the coming week and purpose to send a copy for England to you,

  41  
TL[copy] to Harrison Smith
[New York?] My dear Harrison Smith, I have considewred that project and I don't see, very regretfully, that I can go on with it.

  41  
TL[copy] to Harrison Smith
New York; My dear Harrison Smith: I enclose herewith the amended letter about FINNEGANS WAKE.

  41  
TL[copy] to Harrison Smith
New York; My dear Harrison Smith: I am quite ready to write the six articles for the Saturday Review for which you have asked

  41  
TL[copy] to Harrison Smith
[New York?] My dear Smith: I shall be starting my first article for you almost immediately, and you ought to have it in a day or two.

  41  
TL[copy] to Janet Adam Smith
[Toulon] Dear Madam, I am flattered and obliged by your letter of the 17th ult. which has followed me about a good deal.

  41  
TL[copy] to Janet Adam Smith
Toulon; Dear Madam, I see before me shortly a few days in which I could write that Article about the American Literary Scene,

  41  
TL[copy] to Janet Adam Smith
Toulon; Dear Madam, I enclose herewith the AMERICAN SCENE. I HOPE IT IS Not too long or too late

  41  
TL[copy] to L. Tinlden Smith
[Paris?] Dear Sirs, Yours of the 18th ult/ Mr Ford asks me to reply to this as follows: Mr Ford was asked by Mr. Covici to make a translation [Signed by Secretary]

  41  
TL[copy] to L. Tilden Smith
[Paris?] Re. Miss Rhys' translation of "Perversite"/ Dear Sir: In reference yours of the 11th of April. I wish to tnak you for the above

  41  
TL[copy] to T.R. Smith
[Toulon?Paris?] Dear T.R. Smith, I have to thank you for your letter of the 6th inst. I am glad you like the Reminiscences

  41  
TL[copy] to T.R. Smith
My deear T.R. Smith: WHEN THE WICKED MAN/ On a separate sheet inclosed herewith I send [ing] some directions for whoever looks after your proofs

  41  
TL[copy] to T.R. Smith
[Toulon] My dear T.R. Smith, There seems to be considerable of a muddle about WHEN THE WICKED MAN's proofs.

  41  
TL[copy] to T.R. Smith
[Toulon?] My dear T.R. Smith: What has happened to WHEN THE WICKED MAN? I am so mazed by the various cables that I dont know when to expect its publication.

  41  
AL[fragment] to T.R. Smith
Toulon; My dear T.R. Smith/ Your letter of March 5th received yesterday reduced ne to a state of blithering idiocy.

  41  
TL[copy] to T.R. Smith
Toulon; Dear T.R. Smith, You still quite misunderstand the Viking matter. I presume you have not seen the release of the book

  41  
TL[copy] to T.R. Smith
[Topulon] Dear T.R. Smith: Your cable was delayed in reaching me owing to its insufficient address.

  41  
TL[copy] to T.R. Smith
Toulon; Dear T.R. Smith, I mailed the ms of my reminiscences to Miss Kerr today. It runs to about 120,000 words

  41  
TL[copy] to T.R. Smith
Toulon; Dear T.R. Smith, I regret that you do not like my reminiscences. You might have looked at the matter in a different light

  41  
TL[copy] to T.R. Smith
[Toulon] Dear T.R. Smith, The proofs, the sending of which you annouce to me in your letter of the 11th inst; which reached me on the 20th,

  41  
TL[copy] to T.R. Smith
[Toulon] Dear T.R. Smith/ I received the remainder of the proofs of RETURN TO YESTERDAY on the 12th inst.

  41  
AL[copy] to David Soskice
[N.p.] Dear David/ There has been no weakness or indecision on my part but I think you have misunderstood the position.

  41  
TL[copy] to Arthur B. Spingarn
Paris; Dear Mr Spingarn/ Owing to the dilatory habits of Messrs Albert & Charles Boni I have decided to transfer my books from them

  41  
ALS to Jean Stafford
Paris; Dear Miss Stafford: I am rather worn out after a long illness: but I will certainly write you a strong recommendation

  41  
TLS to Jean Stafford
New York; Dear Jean: I will read the stories almost immediately. What do you want me to do after I've read them?

  41  
TL[copy]
New York; Dear Jean: I will read the stories almost immediately. What do you want me to do after I've read them?

  41  
ALS to Jean Stafford
New York; These are swell! I will write about them for the Normandie

  41  
TL[copy] to Gertrude Stein
Paris; Dear Miss Stein, I have just got your letter of the fifteenth. I am very sorry that you have had to wait for your cheque.

  41  
TL[copy] to Gertrude Stein
Carqueiranne; My dear Gertrude, How nice to hear from you. I have been playing hermit and incidentally working rather hard here for a month or so past [dated incorrectly 1931]

  41  
TL[copy] to Gertrude Stein
Paris; Dear Gertrude/ I wish you'd let my friend Allen Tate who is a very fine poet call on you with his wife.

  41  
TL[copy] to George Stevens
New York; Dear Mr. Stevens: Alright. Let it go at that. I take it that the remaining articles you want are to be one more

  41  
TL[copy] to George Stevens
[This folder contains facsimiles of 4 Ford letters and one George Stevens letter; note by Max Saunders included]

  41  
TL[copy] to Brett Stokes
New York; Dear Mr. Stevens: I forward you under separate sheet the aims and purposes of the TRANATLANTIC REVIEW

  41  
TL[copy] to Harold Strauss
New York; Dear Mr. Strauss: I am delighted that you should take an intereest in Miss Welty's stories.

  41  
TL[copy] to Allene Talmey
Calrksville, Tenn.; Dear Miss Talmey: The article which is on "The Athens of the South" is well on its way and is in fact nearly done.

  41  
TL[copy]
[Clarksville, Tenn.?] Dear Miss Talmey; By this time you will probably have received the article, or if not, you can expect it any day.

  41  

Folder now in Box 46, folder 90.5]

  41  
TL[copy] to Allen Tate
New York; My dear Allen: My schemes for the TRANSATLANTIC REVIEW are beginning to solidify.

  41  
TL[copy] to Allen Tate
[New York] Dear Allen: Yes, you impressed me as being more sanguine thatn perhaps you were; still it can't be helped -

  41  
TL[copy] to Allen Tate
New York; Dear Allen: Could you let me know what has happened about the Chapel Hill project?

  41  
TL[copy] to Allen Tate
[New York] Dear Allen: Dahlberg who was the first guest of honour of the William Carlos Williams Society is looking out for some sort

  41  
TL[copy] to W.H. Thompson
[Tarascon?] Dear Mr Thompson, I am rather bothered by a matter as to which I should be glad of your advice:

  41  
TL[copy] to W.H. Thompson
Paris; Dear Mr Thompson, Self and Duckworths/ Would you please forward as soon as is convenient a copy of my agreement

  41  
ALS to Yates Thompson
[London] Dear Sir- As it is proposed to hold a complete & comprehensive exhibition of the works of Madox Brown

  42  
TL[draft] to the Editor, The Times Literary Supplement
[Paris] Dear Sir, Since yo have printed a letter from Mrs Conrad on my book "Joseph Conrad: A Personal Remembrance", I should like to be allowed to state

  42  
TL[copy] to Edward W. Titus
[Paris] Dear Mr. Titus, It was obliging of you to send me by Mr Putnam a message to the effect that you wanted that story.

  42  
TL[copy] to Edward W. Titus
Paris; Dear Mr Titus, Thank you. You offered me howecer frs 2,000 for anything I would send you.

  42  
TL[copy] to Philip Unwin
[New York] Dar Mr Philip Unwin, Yours of the 17th ult. ref translations. I think it would be best if you would communicate with Mrs E.G. Bown about these.

  42  
TL[photocopy]S to Stanley Unwin
Paris; Dear Mr Unwin, Before he left, yesterday, Crankshaw communicated to me your letter of the 7th inst.

  42  
TL[carbon copy] to Stanley Unwin
Paris; Dear Mr Unwin, Before he left, yesterday, Crankshaw communicated to me your letter of the 7th inst.

  42  
TL[copy] to Stanley Unwin
[Toulon?]Dear Mr Wnwin, Your name certainly seems to have worked wonders on Mr Greenslet- for I have just had a wire from him

  42  
TL[carbon copy] to Stanley Unwin
[Paris]Dear Mr Unwin, We hope to leave for New York in about a week's time. I had hoped also to go by way of London,

  42  
TL[photocopy] to Stanley Unwin
Paris; Dear Mr Unwin, We hope to leave for New York in about a week's time. I had hoped also to go by way of London,

  42  
TL[copy] to Stanley Unwin
[Paris] Dear Mr Unwin, I am much obliged to you for your letter of November 6th. It is kind of you to give yourself so much trouble,

  42  
TL[copy] to Stanley Unwin
[New York] Dear Mr. Unwin, Greenslet of Houghton Mifflin has not yet made up his mind about the History, nor, indeed, has he even signified

  42  
TL[photocopy] to Stanley Unwin
New York; Dear Mr. Unwin, Greenslet of Houghton Mifflin has not yet made up his mind about the History, nor, indeed, has he even signified

  42  
TL[copy] to Stanley Unwin
[New York?] Dear Mr. Unwin, Thank you for your helpful letter of the 12th inst. I am glad GREAT TRADE ROUTE seems to be doing pretty well.

  42  
TL[copy] to Stanley Unwin
[New York] Dear Mr. Wunwin: Thanks for yours of the 19th of February. I am glad you are thinking of doing the poems.

  42  
TL[copy] to Stanley Unwin
New York; Dear Mr. Unwin: There seems to be some muddle about the question of Translation rights. I thought I made it quite plain

  42  
TL[copy] to Stanley Unwin
Clarksville, Tenn.;My dear Unwin: Ref. yours of the 13th of May which has just reached me. On the 26th of February, last, I addressed you a letter [placed in 2 different folders when processed?]

  42  
TL[photocopy] to Stanley Unwin
Clarksville, Tenn.;My dear Unwin: Ref. yours of the 13th of May which has just reached me. On the 26th of February, last, I addressed you a letter

  42  
TL[copy] to Stanley Unwin
Olivet; Dear Mr Unwin, After criss-crossing the whole continent from East to West, we have arrived once more here [placed in 2 different folders when processed?]

  42  
TL[photocopy] to Stanley Unwin
Olivet; Dear Mr. Unwin, After criss-crossing the whole continent from East to West, we have arrived once more here

  42  
AL[draft] to Stanley Unwin
[Olivet] Dear Mr. Unwin: [?] you & your firm a no.[shorthand] [Not in Ford's hand]

  42  
TL[copy] to Stanley Unwin
Paris; Dear Mr Unwin, I have just received MIGHTIER THAN THE SWORD. It is very handsome and I am umch pleased with it

  42  
TL[copy] to Stanley Unwin
[Paris?] Dear Mr Unwin, Mrs. Ford asks me to say that if your illustrators have done with her drawings for PROVENCE she would be much obliged

  42  
TL[copy] to Stanley Unwin
Paris; Dear Mr. Unwin, I have to thank you at once for your cehque [sic] for which I am much obliged and for your letter of the 12th inst.

  42  
TL[copy] to Stanley Unwin
Paris; Dear Mr Unwin, One always forgets the most important things to the last: Ref. My HISTORY OF LITERATURE. This is now getting to a formidable

  42  
TL[copy,fragment] to Stanley Unwin
[Olivet] Extract from letter from Ford Madox Ford. I am sending, or rather I shall be sendling you as soon as we can get to some place

  42  
TL[copy] to Stanley Unwin
[Olivet] Dear Mr. Unwin: Do not bother about the lost preface. I think PROVENCE explains itself without preliminary matter

  42  
TL[copy] to Stanley Unwin
[Olivet] Dear Mr. Unwin: I finished the HISTORY OF LITERATURE with a tremendous rush on Tuesday the 12th inst.

  42  
TL[copy] to Stanley Unwin
[Olivet] Dear Mr. Unwin: It was agreed in my letter of 15/3/38 and your answer to the same that I should not correct the proofs

  42  
TL[copy] to Stanley Unwin
[Olivet] Dear Mr. Unwin; I am returning herewith the marked proof with the best answers I can make to the enigmas

  42  
TL[copy] to Stanley Unwin
New York; Dear Mr. Unwin: As my secretary wrote you yesterday, I have already forwarded you the final proofs

  42  
TL[copy] to Stanley Unwin
New York; Yours of the 23rd. Dear Mr. Unwin: Thank you for the kind things you say. I was, myself, very much against the title

  42  
TL[copy] to Stanley Unwin
[New York?] Dear Mr. Unwin: Yours of the 31st/ a. Ref. MARCH OF LITERATURE/ You say the proofs of the MARCH OF LITERATURE have been carefully studied

  42  
TL[copy] to Stanley Unwin
[New York] Dear Mr. Unwin: I really do not mind what you do with the title of MARCH OF LITERATURE.

  42  
TL[copy] to Stanley Unwin
New York; YOURS OF THE 25th/ Dear Mr. Unwin: I have been a long time answering the above because various matters in which

  42  
TL[copy] to Stanley Unwin
New York; Dear Mr. Unwin: I am instructing one of my disciples, Mr. Paul Alexander Bartlett, of Arizona,

  42  
TL[copy] to Stanley Unwin
[New York] Dear Mr. Unwin: In yours of the 25th of November, last, you say "a paragraph or two at the end of the last chapters -

  42  
TL[copy] to Stanley Unwin
New York; Dear Mr. Unwin: There are two absurd slips of the pen in "The March of Literature" that might possibly escape your proof readers:

  42  
TL[copy] to Stanley Unwin
New York; Dear Mr. Unwin: With regard to the translation of "La Conquete de La Vie": I am doing my best to find a publisher

  42  
TL[copy] to Stanley Unwin
New York; My dear Mr. Unwin: You should be receiving about this time two manuscripts whose authors I recommended to send them to you.

  42  
TL[copy] to Stanley Unwin
New York; Dear Mr. Unwin: I was much flattered to find myself on the frong page of your catalogue with such an extremely charming blurb.

  42  
TL[photocopy] to Stanley Unwin
New York; Dear Mr. Unwin: I was much flattered to find myself on the frong page of your catalogue with such an extremely charming blurb.

  42  
TL[copy] to Stanley Unwin
New York; Dear Mr. Unwin: Additional matter for MARCH OF LITERATURE: I thought the idea of the above had been abandoned

  42  
TL[copy] to Stanley Unwin
New York; Dear Mr. Unwin, I have to thank you for your letter of the 3d March and as I wired you I am exceedingly obliged to you for arranging that loan.

  42  
TL[copy] to Stanley Unwin
New York; Dear Mr. Unwin: Translation Rights: The question of the above has till now remained in rather a vague abeyance.

  42  
TL[copy] to Stanley Unwin
New York; BOOKS RECOMMENDED/ Dear Mr. Unqin: Frederick Stokes strongly recommend three books of their spring list.

  42  
TL[copy] to Stanley Unwin
New York; MY OWN BOOKS/ Dear Mr. Unwin: I have just been re-reading my HENRY FOR HUGH and it strikes me, after not having seen it for some years,

  42  
TL[copy] to Stanley Unwin
New York; Dear Mr. Unwin: I forward you herewith the agreement for MR.CROYD duly signed and witnessed.

  42  
TL[photocopy] to Stanley Unwin
New York; Dear Mr. Unwin: I forward you herewith the agreement for MR.CROYD duly signed and witnessed.

  42  
TL[copy] to Irita Van Doren
[Toulon] Dear Irita, I wish you would put a note somewhere in BOOKS that it is usless for American publishers or authors to send books

  42  
TL[copy] to Irita Van Doren
[New York] Dear Irita: I am both astonished and grieved that you should let that fellow write as he did about me in your last issue.

  42  
TL[copy] to Grenville Vernon
Clarksville, Tenn.; Dear Venon: I had intended not to send this ms. until I had finished with Greece, but as your letter seems to express alarm,

  42  
TL[copy] to Grenville Vernon
Clarksville, Tenn.; My dear Vernon: I am sending you herewith a chapter and a piece - the end of the Greeks and the beginning of the Romans.

  42  
AL[draft] to Grenville Vernon
[Olivet] Dear Vernon: I am sending you the rough copy of the typescript to the end of part II of the history. [Not in Ford's hand][In folder with TL[fragment] to ?; not necessarily connected with AL[draft]]

  42  
TL[copy] to Grenville Vernon
Olivet; Dear Vernon, How far have you got with the manuscript of the "History" - I mean what page?

  42  
TL[copy] to Grenville Vernon
[Olivet] My dear Vernon, I really do not know what to say about that title. I myself should much prefer A HISTORY OF LITERATURE,

  42  
TL[copy] to Grenville Vernon
[Olivet] My dear Vernon, I am sending you herewith a couple more chapters - fifty pages - of the "History". I have another hundred pages

  42  
TL[copy] to Grenville Vernon
Olivet; My dear Vernon, I am sending you herewith the remainder of the manuscript of what I call Book One of the History - which takes you up to Shakespeare.

  42  
TL[copy] to Grenville Vernon
Olivet; My dear Vernon: I understand that Mrs. Pickard is sending you the typed script of her novel, "Four Ways to Sunday". I hope it will appeal to you.

  42  
TL[copy] to Grenville Vernon
Olivet; My dear Vernon, I am sending you herewith the first four chapters of Book Two of the "History". They are practically ready to go to the printer

  42  
TL[copy] to Grenville Vernon
Olivet; My dear Vernon: I shall be mailing you on Monday four more chapters of the "History". It is going very fast now and, lacking disasters,

  42  
TL[copy] to Grenville Vernon
Olivet; Here are the four chapters. I don't know whether you will think that seven in fit to go to the printers.

  42  
TL[copy] to Grenville Vernon
Olivet; My dear Vernon: I have now got the duplicate copy of the HISTORY from England, so it will be safe for you to send me the original

  42  
TL[copy] to Grenville Vernon
Olivet; My dear Vernon, I notice that you advise the book shop here of a book called the MARCH OF LITERATURE. I do really implore you not to insist on this title.

  42  
TL[copy] to Grenville Vernon
Olivet; My dear Vernon: I have got a book here which contains some astonishing pictures of the funeral of Victor Hugo

  42  
TL[copy] to Grenville Vernon
Olivet; My dear Vernon: Have it your own way about the title but for goodness sake have a subtitle saying from Confucius to either Conrad or Contemporary Writers,

  42  
AL[draft] to Grenville Vernon
Olivet; D.V./ Do what you like to book: I have lost all interest in it. And there will be

  42  
TL[copy] to Richard J. Walsh
[New York] Dear Mr. Walsh: Your letter leaves me sad but quite appreciative of your reasons, all the more so

  42  
TL[copy] to Dale Warren
Clarksville, Tenn.; My dear Dale Warren: In premis our addresses will be as follows: here until July the 15th. From the 15th to the first of August at Olivet College

  42  
AL[draft] to Robert Penn Warren
Dear Warren- I duly got your letter the day before yesterday - and telegraphed a reply that I should be very pleased to come.[Not in Ford's hand]

  42  
TL[copy] to Robert Penn Warren
New York; Dear Warren; I wish you would let me have a cheque for that article. I presume Tate duly forwarded it to you.

  42  
TL[copy] to Robert Penn Warren
[Olivet] My dear Red, You never sent me a copy of your review with my article in it, so that I didn't know it had appeared until the other day

  42  
TL[draft] to Harry B. Wehle
Olivet; Dear sir: I am much obliged to you for your kind letter in answer to mine, which I was afraid you might have regarded as an impertinance,

  42  
TL[copy] to Mr. Wells
[New York] My dear Mr. Wells: Mr. Ford leaves tomorrow for Chicago and will be away for two weeks. He asks me to tell you that if you want to get the book out

  42  
TL[copy] to Mr. Wells
[New York?] My dear Wells, Don't worry about the $250 if it is not convenient. The other thing we had better call off altogether.

  42  
TL[copy] to Mr. Wells
New York; My dear Mr. Wells: Mr. Ford has asked me to send you the poems of Mr. Allen Tate about whom he spoke to you [Signed by Carolyn Gordon]

  42  
TL[copy] to H.G. Wells
Paris; Dear H.G: I find myself at the moment completely destitute and propose applying to the Royal Literary Fund for relief.

  42  
TL[copy] to H.G. Wells
New York; Dear H.G.: I am making plans for re-starting the TRANSATLANTIC REVIEW as an Organ of the Seven Arts

  42  
TL[copy] to Eudora Welty
New York; Dear Miss Welty: I am not proposing at present to deal with short stories in my own undertaking but Miss Porter

  42  
TL[copy] to F. C. Wicken
[New York?] Dear Miss Wicken: I am sorry that I can find no copies of the agreement with Max Goschen, but I fancy that Secker is actually

  42  
TL[copy] to Wendell Wilcox
[New York] Dear Sir: The clipping that you saw as to my reading manuscripts for the Dial was unauthorized by me

  42  
TL[copy] to B. W. Willett
[New York] My dear Willett: I hear with rather mixed feelings that you propose to publish a 3/6d edition of "The Good Soldier".

  42  
TL[copy] to B. W. Willett
New York; My dear Willett: Mr. Ford askes me to tell you that he had a copy of "The Good Soldier" mailed to you today by registered post.

  42  
TL[copy] to William Carlos Williams
New York; My dear Carolos Williams: I quite agree with ou. I am afraid however it is too late to alter the arrangements

  42  
TL[copy] to James Waterman Wise
Toulon; Dear Sir, Mr Ford wishes me to inform you that he will be very pleased to do the articles you suggest

  42  
ALS to Charles Wilson & Son
[London] Wilson & Son. With regard to your letter of 17th (today0 I beg to say that I will consult my solicitor on the subject [With ALS draft and evelope on same subject (Elsie Martindale)]

  42  
TL[copy] to Ellen S. Woodward
Clarksville, Tenn.; Dear Madam: With regard to your letter to me of the 16th of January which I much appreciated,

  42  
TL[copy] to Ralph B. Wright
[New York?] Dear Sir: I am glad you have called my attention to the matter of your letter of March 23rd. I don't exactly know how to answer it

  42  
TL[copy] to Morton D. Zabel
Clarksville, Tenn.; Dear Mr. Zabel: I am very sorry but much as I should like to, I don't think I shall be able to come to Chicago

  42  
TL[copy] to Morton D. Zabel
[New York] Dear Mr. Zabel: Thank you. I'll certainly review Miss Bogan's book for you and I don't care whether you pay me or not.

  42  
TL[copy] to Morton D. Zabel
[n.p.] Dear Mr. Zabel: The copy of Masters' book has not yet arrived and if you've not sent it off, don't bother to do so

  42  
TL[copy] to Leane Zugsmith
Toulon; Dear Miss Zugsmith, What with finishing my book and recovering from finishing my book I have been too exhausted to have thanked you

  42  
TL[copy] to Leane Zugsmith
[Toulon] Dear Miss Zugsmith, The dover-design your people have sent me seems very ordinary. It looks as if it hand been designed

  42  
TL[copy] to Leane Zugsmith
[Paris]Dear Miss Zugsmith, I am sorry I could not send you any more publicity before now - but I could not think of any

  42  
AL to [unknown]
[London?] I like this best of any of the photo's of me; it's more how I seem to my self! [Written on "the Book World" Dec.4, 1927 newspaper article with Ford's picture]

  42  
AL[draft]S to [unknown]
Salisbury; Dear Sir; I notice that you have appropriated for your paper two lyrics from volumes of mine.

  42  
AL to [unknown]
For many proscribed professor there has always been [?] [Written on verso of Ford's calling card]

  42  
Anonymous AL[telegraph] to Ford Madox Hueffer
Winchelsea; Send me manuscript & your charge for serial rights for pall mall have news

  42  
Anonymous AL[telegraph] to Ford Madox Hueffer
Rotterdam/ mine today Christina rotterdam

  42  

1 envelope sent to Hueffer, Aldington, Hythe, Kent

  42  
Anonymous TL[fragment] to Ford
New York; Dear Mr. Ford: A little more than four years ago I read "No More Parades" for the first time.

  42  
6 envelopes to Ford
[All addressed to Hueffer]

  42  
1 envelope to Ford
[Addressed to Lieut. F. M. Hueffer, Roayl Hotel, Redcar, Yorks.]

 
Series III. Incoming correspondence and manuscripts [series]:
  43  
Anonymous AM "Although the back to the land movement..." [Unsigned]
Although the back to the land movement of which so much has been heard is very slow in growth

  43  
Anonymous AM Biographical notes on Ford and Rossetti
I looked those refs in my "Who's Who" [Unsigned]

  43  
Anonymous AM"Phillimore Estate"
Phillimore Estate/ Campden Hill Kensington by W. Gorden Corfield M.A. [Unsigned]

  43  
Anonymous AL[postcard] to Ford Madox Hueffer
Thanks for letter: that is good news. [Unsigned]

  43  
Anonymous AL to Elsie Martindale Hueffer
A great Champion of the Women's game asks Mrs. Ford Hueffer to do her the favor

  43  
[?], Angela TL[copy] to Violet Hunt
Worthington; Dearest Violet, I felt the rudest of hostesses in running off like that yesterday morning [Violet Hunt papers]

  43  
[?], Elliott TLS to Arthur Mizener
[n.p.] Dear Arthur, It was good hearing from you, especially that you are going to do a biography of Ford.

  43  
A.,J.R.M. ALS[copy] to Gentlemen
[N.p.] Gentlement/ I have great pleasure in hearing testimony to the churches & attainment of

  43  
Abercrombie, Lascelles TLS to Ford
London; Dear Mr Ford: May I venture to remind you of your very kind promise to contribute

  43  
Abercrombie, Lascelles AL[postcard]S to Ford
If you are able to let me have something for my anthology of new poetry

  43  
Abercrombie, Lascelles ALS to Ford
London; Dearest For/ I am most grateful to you for sending me such a generous and admirable

  43  
Adams, Leonie TLS to Ford 2 leaves
Bennington, Vt.; Dear Ford: I'm truly sorry about the delay in arranging your lecture:

  43  
Aitken, Gabriel and Mary PrintedL[Christmas card]S to [Violet Hunt]
[Drawing] With all best wishes from Gabriel and Mary Aitken [Violet Hunt papers]

  43  
Aitken, Gabriel and Mary PrintedL[Christmas card] to [Violet Hunt] [Violet Hunt papers]
[Drawing] With all best wishes from Gabriel and Mary

  43  
Aitken, Gabriel and Mary Printed&AL[Christmas card] to [Violet Hunt]
[Drawing] With all best wishes from Gabriel and Mary; My dear Violet, how badly we want to see you. [Violet Hunt papers]

  43  
Akeley, T. Barton TMS[draft] [Presentation speech...Doctor of Letters ... Ford]
For Mr. Ford Madox Ford. Mr. President. I have the honor to present Mr. Ford Madox Ford.

  43  
Akeley, T. Barton TLS to Ford & Janice Biala
Olivet; Dear Janice, Dear Ford: Here are the photographs, so long overdue, and the letter

  43  
Aley, Ruth TLS to Ford
New York; Dear Mr. Ford, Oxford Press are so enthusiastic about PORTRAITS.

  43  
Aley, Ruth TLS to Ford
New York; Dear Ford, I have your letter with the contracts. The POEMS one I am turning in at once,

  43  
Alay, Ruth TLS to Ford
New York; Dear Mr. Ford, The utterly delightful article on Lawrence is at the Mercury and I expect the check

  43  
Alay, Ruth TLS to Ford
New York; Dear Mr. Ford, The Oxford Press have agreed of course to all the changes in the contract

  43  
Alay, Ruth ALS to Ford
New York; Dear Mr. Ford - I have gone over the contracts carefully and they are quite satisfactory.

  43  
Alay, Ruth TLS to Ford
New York; Dear Mr. Ford, The Oxford Press straightened out everything concerning the contract immediately

  43  
Alay, Ruth TLS to Ford
New York; Dear Mr. Ford, As I wrote you on September 11, I was at the request of Oxford Press,

  43  
Alay, Ruth TLS to Ford
New York; Dear Mr. Ford, The Mercury article was sent over the mement it arrived

  43  
Alay, Ruth TLS to Ford
New York; Dear Mr. Ford, I have sent three extracts from GREATER ROUTE to Scribners,

  43  
Alay, Ruth TLS to Ford
New York; Dear Mr.Ford. The Oxford Press, instead of sending you direct the contracts, just sent them to me

  43  
Alay, Ruth TLS to Ford
New York; Dear Mr.ford, I am sending by mail to the Guaranty Trust of New York

  43  
Alay, Ruth TLS to Ford
New York; Dear Mr. Ford, I have asked Palmer to send me the check for the Wells story

  43  
Alay, Ruth TLS to Ford
New York; Dear Ford, You will be hearing from Helen Welshimer of N.E.A., as she hopes to get perhaps two interviews

  43  
Alay, Ruth TLS to Ford
New York; Dear Mr. Ford, I have already mailed you the check for Turgenev, from the Mercury

  43  
Alay, Ruth TLS to Ford
New York; Dear Mr. Ford, I have been away for two weeks, and find your letter here.

  43  
Alay, Ruth TLS to Ford
New York; Dear Mr. Ford, I find that the check which was delayed til the 28th of June,

  43  
Alay, Ruth ALS to Ford
New York; Dear Mr. Ford - I have been away for a fortnight and find your cable here.

  43  
Alay, Ruth TLS to Ford
New York; Dear Mr. ford: I will try to avoid any future delay caused by not specifying the boat.

  43  
Alay, Ruth TLS to Ford
New York; Dear Mr. Ford, I have a letter from Mr. Kent of Houghton, saying they are writing to you to offer a $750 advance

  43  
Alay, Ruth TLS to Ford
New York; Dear Mr. Ford, Herewith the contracts. And very pleased letters from Houghton Mifflin people about it.

  43  
Alay, Ruth TLS to Ford
New York; Dear Mr. Ford, Here is the check from Houghton Mifflin. The letter to which you refer

  43  
Alay, Ruth TLS to Ford
New York; Dear Mr. Ford, Please forgive this tardy acknowledgement of your letter and the check for five dollars

  43  
Allen, Edward Heron TL[copy] to Violet Hunt
London; My dear Violet, Nothing pays a "capitalist's" solicitor better than to act for him or her as mortgageee, [Violet Hunt papers]

  43  
Allen, Edward Heron ALS to Violet Hunt
London;Dear Vi, The explanation is simple enough, she was irritable, & forgetful but otherwise all right. [Cancelled check by Margaret Hunt included][Violet Hunt papers]

  43  
Allen, Edward Heron TL[copy] to Ford
London; Sir, Whoever has conveyed to you the impression that you have hurt my feelings has grossly misled you.

  43  
Allen, Edward Heron TL[copy] Violet Hunt
London;My dear Violet, For the last fortnight I have been the target for a dropping fire of letters, [Violet Hunt papers]

  43  
Allen, Edward Heron ALS Violet Hunt
Sussex; Dear Vi - Read - & if you approve, post the enclosed. [Violet Hunt papers]

  43  
Allen, Edward Heron ALS Violet Hunt
Sussex; Dear Vi- All right. I'll wait till you have published.[Violet Hunt papers]

  43  
Allen, Edward Heron ALS Violet Hunt
Sussex; My dear Vi- "Search the Scriptures!" Haven't you had the Pennell's "Life of Whistler? [Violet Hunt papers]

  43  
Allen, Edward Heron ALS Violet Hunt
Sussex; Dear V. A new "Light". The Danser Cottages were bought [Violet Hunt papers]

  43  
Allen, Edward Heron ALS Violet Hunt
Sussex; Dear V- I can't help you here. W.M. Rosetti is responsible [Violet Hunt papers]

  43  
Allen, Edward Heron ALS Violet Hunt
Sussex; Dear V. The Knapp Cottage is free of tenants from mid September [Violet Hunt papers]

  43  
Allen, Edward Heron TLS Violet Hunt
[n.p.] My dear Violet/ There is no reason why you should not have the Knapp if you want to [Violet Hunt papers]

  43  
Allen, Grace TLS to Violet Hunt
London; Dear Mrs. Hueffer, Uncounted apologies for my silence! But ever since I met you, [Violet Hunt papers]

  43  
Allen, Horace C. ALS to Violet Hunt
Herts.; Dear Mrs. Hueffer, I expect you will be surprised to hear from us after all this time [Violet Hunt papers]

  43  
George Allen & Unwin, Ltd. TLS to Janice Biala
London; Dear Madam, Your letter regarding the reproduction of THE GREAT TRADE ROUTE naturally disturbs us.

  43  
George Allen & Unwin, Ltd. TLS to Stella Bowen
London; [Mainly concerning royalties and translation rights of Ford's works. Almost all signed by Stanley Unwin. [Julian Loewe papers]

  43  
George Allen & Unwin, Ltd. TLS to to Ford
London; Dear Mr. Ford, We understand from Crankshaw that the translation rights in those of your [Julian Loewe papers]

  43  
George Allen & Unwin, Ltd. TLS to Ford
London; Dear Sir: We have had pleasure in sending, under separate cover, complete page proofs of VIVE LE ROY [Signed W. N. Beard]

  43  
George Allen & Unwin, Ltd. TLS to
London; Dear Sir, We have had pleasure in sending the complete proofs of our edition of PROVENCE [Signed W.N. Beard]

  43  
George Allen & Unwin, Ltd. TLS to Ford
London; Dear Sir, THE GREAT TRADE ROUTE/ Thank you for the dedication, of which you will see proof [Signed C.A. Furth]

  43  
George Allen & Unwin, Ltd. TLS to Ford
London; Dear Sir, Your letter of July 26th has come in during Mr. Unwin's absence on holiday. [Signed C.A. Furth]

  43  
George Allen & Unwin, Ltd. TLS to Ford
London; Dear Sir, This is to acknowledge your letter of August 4th which reaches us while Mr. Unwin is away on holiday. [Signed C.A. Furth] [Second letter of same date acknowledges receipt of PROVENCE proofs]

  43  
George Allen & Unwin, Ltd. TLS to Ford
London; Dear Sir, Very many thanks for your letter of January 4th which reaches us [Signed C.A. Furth]

  43  
George Allen & Unwin, Ltd. TLS to Edward Crankshaw
London; Dear Crankshaw, In reply to your letter of August 28th, we are making the necessary note in our copy [Signed Philip S. Unwin]

  43  
George Allen & Unwin, Ltd. TLS to Ford
London; Dear Mr. Ford, We understand from Crakshaw that the translation rights in those of your books with which we are concerned [Signed Philip S. Unwin]

  43  
George Allen & Unwin, Ltd. TLS to Ford
London; Dear Mr. Ford, We have been delighted to see that THE GREAT TRADE ROUTE has been well received [Signed Philip S. Unwin]

  43  
George Allen & Unwin, Ltd. TLS to Edward Crankshaw
London; Dear Mr. Crankshaw, Thank you for letting me see Mr. Ford's letter to you [Signed Stanley Unwin]

  43  
George Allen & Unwin, Ltd. TLS toFord
London; Dear Mr. Ford, I was very pleased to receive your letter of the 16th and should be glad [Signed Stanley Unwin]

  43  
George Allen & Unwin, Ltd. TLS to Ford
London; Dear Mr. Ford, Thank you for your letter of the 3rd. My suggestion was that I should assist you [Signed Stanley Unwin]

  43  
George Allen & Unwin, Ltd. TLS to Ford
London; Dear Mr. Ford, Herewith the agreement for the HISTORY OF OUR TIME. If it is in order we should be glad [Signed Stanley Unwin]

  43  
George Allen & Unwin, Ltd. TLS to Ford
London; Dear Mr. Ford, Thank you for your letter of the 10th November. I have at once written to Ferris [Signed Stanley Unwin]

  43  
George Allen & Unwin, Ltd. TLS to Ford
London; Dear Mr. Ford, Thank you for your letter of the 25th January. Greenslet's inaction is puzzling and I have [Signed Stanley Unwin]

  43  
George Allen & Unwin, Ltd. TLS to Ford
London; Dear Mr. Ford, I hope that when it is available you will send us a copy of the American edition of your COLLECTED POEMS [Signed Stanley Unwin]

  43  
George Allen & Unwin, Ltd. TLS toFord
London; Dear Mr. Ford, This is just a hasty line to thank you for your letter of the 24th Febrary [Signed Stanley Unwin]

  43  
George Allen & Unwin, Ltd. TLS to Ford
London; Dear Mr. Ford, I must apologize that I have been so long in following up my letter of the 12th February [Included is 1 leaf of suggestions for their agreement] [Signed Stanley Unwin]

  43  
George Allen & Unwin, Ltd. TLS to Ford
London; Dear Mr. Ford, Thank you for your letter of the 16th April straightening out the position regarding translation rights [Signed Stanley Unwin]

  43  
George Allen & Unwin, Ltd. TLS to Ford
London; Dear Ford, A copy of the Oxford University Press edition of your COLLECTED POEMS has just reached us [Signed Stanley Unwin]

  43  
George Allen & Unwin, Ltd. TLS to Ford
London; Dear Ford, Thank you for your letter of the 28th April and the accompanying copy of the book [Signed Stanley Unwin]

  43  
George Allen & Unwin, Ltd. TLS to Ford
London; Dear Mr. Ford, On receipt of your letter of the 5th September I started making inquiries

  43  
George Allen & Unwin, Ltd. TLS to Ford
London; Dear Mr. Ford, We enclose from time to time in our publications a card asking readers [TL[copy] included as well as Reader response letter on GREAT TRADE ROUTE] [Signed Stanley Unwin]

  43  
George Allen & Unwin, Ltd. TLS to Ford
London; Dear Mr. Ford, Thank you for your letter of the 24th. I am glad to be able to report that MIGHTIER THAN THE SWORD [Signed Stanley Unwin]

  43  
George Allen & Unwin, Ltd. TLS to Ford
London; Dear Mr. Ford, I cannot thank you enough for your splendid preface for Behaine. [Signed Stanley Unwin]

  43  
George Allen & Unwin, Ltd. TLS to Ford
London; Dear Mr. Ford, In reply to your letter of the 25th February, we have altogetherthirty-two drawings for PROVENCE, [Signed Stanley Unwin]

  43  
George Allen & Unwin, Ltd. TLS to Ford
London; Dear Mr. Ford, I hope you are seeing the reviews of MIGHTIER THAN THE SWORD. The sales are not [Signed Stanley Unwin]

  43  
George Allen & Unwin, Ltd. TLS to Ford
London; Dear Mr. Ford, It is not often publishers receive such a charming letter as yours of the 15th [Signed Stanley Unwin]

  43  
George Allen & Unwin, Ltd. TLS to Ford
London; Dear Mr. Ford, Thank you for your letter of the 20th regarding your HISTORY OF LITERATURE [Signed Stanley Unwin]

  43  
George Allen & Unwin, Ltd. TLS to Ford
London; Dear Mr. Ford, Greenslet has written me very charmingly about your excellent and very useful introduction [Signed Stanley Unwin]

  43  
George Allen & Unwin, Ltd. TLS to Ford
London; Dear Mr. Ford, I was very pleased to receive your letter of the 16th April and the typescript of Book one [Signed Stanley Unwin]

  43  
George Allen & Unwin, Ltd. TLS to Ford
London; Dear Sir, We regret that we are unable to trace the preface to our edition of PROVENCE which you wrote in 1936, [Signed W.N. Beard]

  43  
George Allen & Unwin, Ltd. TLS to Ford
London; Dear Mr. Ford, Our reader has now reported upon the instalment of your HISTORY OF LITERATURE and I have myself had an opportunity of looking at it. [Signed Stanley Unwin]

  43  
George Allen & Unwin, Ltd. TLS to Ford
London; Dear Mr. Ford, I am delighted to learn from your letter of the 15th that you have completed [Signed Stanley Unwin]

  43  
George Allen & Unwin, Ltd. TLS to Ford
London; Dear Dr. Ford, Thank you for your letter of the 23rd.. We have at once written to Mrs. Bown [Signed Stanley Unwin]

  43  
George Allen & Unwin, Ltd. TLS to Ford
London; Dear Dr. Ford, Thank you so much for your letter of the 12th. The proofs of The MARCH OF LITERATURE [Signed Stanley Unwin]

  43  
George Allen & Unwin, Ltd. TLS to Ford
London; Dear Dr. Ford, The proofs of THE MARCH OF LITERATURE have been carefully studies by two readers [Signed Stanley Unwin]

  43  
George Allen & Unwin, Ltd. TL[draft]S to Ford
London; Dear Dr. Ford, The proofs of THE MARCH OF LITERATURE have been carefully studies by two readers [Signed Stanley Unwin]

  43  
George Allen & Unwin, Ltd. TLS to Ford
London; Dear Dr. Ford, Unless you feel very strongly to the contrary, we propose to change the sub-title [Ford's response written on bottom, then crossed out] [Signed Stanley Unwin]

  43  
George Allen & Unwin, Ltd. TLS to Ford
London; Dear Mr. Ford, Yes, it is the proof copy you sent me that has been studied by our readers [Signed Stanley Unwin]

  43  
George Allen & Unwin, Ltd. TLS to Ford
London; Dear Mr. Ford, I attach hereto a copy of a most depressing letter which we have just received from the Houghton Mifflin Company [Signed Stanley Unwin] [Houghton Mifflin's letter rejecting Ford as an author, included]

  43  
George Allen & Unwin, Ltd. TLS to Ford
London; Dear Mr. Ford, I appreciate your position with the International book and hope that it will be possible to make progress after Christmas. [Signed Stanley Unwin]

  43  
George Allen & Unwin, Ltd. TLS to Ford
London; Dear Ford, I was delighted to receive your letter of the 18th and I am pleased to report [Signed Stanley Unwin]

  43  
George Allen & Unwin, Ltd. TLS to Ford
London; Dear Dr. Ford, Thank you for your letter of January 25th. The kind of arrangement we should like [Signed Stanley Unwin][Suggested arrangement for LA CONQUETE DE LA VIE included on 1 leaf]

  43  
George Allen & Unwin, Ltd. TLS to Ford
London; Dear Dr. Ford, As you have surmised, your letter of the 16th February was painful reading. [Signed Stanley Unwin]

  43  
George Allen & Unwin, Ltd. TLS to Ford
London; Dear Ford, We have now had an opportunity of studying the two book mentioned in your letter [Signed Stanley Unwin]

  43  
George Allen & Unwin, Ltd. TLS to Ford
London; Dear Ford, We have been greatly interested in Miss Eudora Welty's Stories. There is no doubt about her [Signed Stanley Unwin]

  43  
George Allen & Unwin, Ltd. TLS to Ford
London; Dear Ford, Three people have carefully studies SALUTE THE LADIES by Wanda Tower. The most favourable report was as follows: [Signed Stanley Unwin]

  43  
George Allen & Unwin, Ltd. TLS to Ford
London; Dear Dr. Ford, Thank you for your letter of the 23rd March. You will have since heard that, as the result of inquiries I made, [Signed Stanley Unwin]

  43  
George Allen & Unwin, Ltd. TLS to Ford
London; Dear Dr. Ford, In accordance with your wishes we have once again studied the question of the publication [Signed Stanley Unwin]

  43  
Allhusen, Dorothy AL[postcard]S to Violet Hunt
Buckinghamsire; Will you be very kind & let me have your contribution to my Guild? [Violet Hunt papers]

  43  
Allingham, Helen Paterson ALS to Alfred William Hunt
Codalming; Dear Mr. Hunt, As you have been so very kind, I venture to send you the enclosed which I sent to Mr. Tripp. [Violet Hunt papers]

  43  
Alston Rivers, Ltd. TLS to Ford Madox Hueffer
London; Dear Sir, Herewith we beg to hand you proofs and script of Chapter 3. galley 13 to 16, of "The Spirit of the People" [Signed E.C.P.]

  43  
American Committee for German Christian Refugees TLS to Ford
New York; Dear Mr. Ford: It is needless, I know, to tell you of the tragic plight of the tousands upon thousands of unfortunate refugees [Signed Harry Woodburn Chase]

  43  
The American Mercury TLS to Ford
New York; Dear Mr. Ford: Here are the proofs of your article which I think is a delightful essay [Signed Paul Palmer]

  43  
The American Mercury TLS to Ford
New York; Dear Mr. Ford: I have liked the Conrad piece so much that I am wondering if you would like [Signed Paul Palmer]

  43  
The American Mercury TLS to Ford
New York; Dear Ford: My delay in answering your letter has been due to certain confusions in the office [Signed Paul Palmer]

  43  
The American Mercury TLS to Ford
New York; Dear Ford: The Henry James article is firs-rate. Many thanks. A check for $150 has been sent to Mrs. Ford's account. [Signed Paul Palmer]

  43  
The American Mercury TLS to Ford
New York; Dear Ford: I have a letter from Ruth Aley in which she says all your future checks are to be delivered to her. [Signed Paul Palmer]

  43  
The American Mercury TLS to Ford
New York; Dear Ford: Thanks for "Stevie", which is another first-rate biography that I am proud to have [Signed Paul Palmer]

  43  
The American Mercury TLS to Ford
New York; Dear Ford: You are now on the free list - commencing with our October issue [Signed Paul Palmer]

  43  
The American Mercury TLS to Ford
New York; Dear Ford: I suggest the following order for the coming articles: H.G. Wells, D.H. Lawrence, Hardy, Meredith and [Signed Paul Palmer]

  43  
The American Mercury TLS to Ford
New York; Dear Ford: I regret to say that I have returned your W.H. Hudson piece to Mrs. Aley [Signed Paul Palmer]

  43  
The American Mercury TLS to Ford
New York; Dear Ford: It won't be half as unpleasant for you to receive back the article on Wells [Signed Paul Palmer]

  43  
The American Mercury TLS to Ford
New York; Dear Ford: We mailed the Wells check to Mrs. Aley on January 8; the check before that was sent to her on December 6 -- [Signed Paul Palmer]

  43  
The American Mercury TLS to Ford
New York; Dear Ford: Both the Wells and Lawrence pieces have arrived, have been read with great pleasure [Signed Paul Palmer]

  43  
The American Mercury TLS to Ford
New York; Dear Ford: The Hardy piece has arrived and check has been sent Mrs. Aley [Signed Paul Palmer]

  43  
The American Mercury TLS to Ford
New York; Dear Ford: I look forward to Turgenief and Swinburne - but, as I intimated when yo were here, I have my doubts about Dreiser and Pound. [Signed Paul Palmer]

  43  
The American Mercury TLS to Ford
New York; Dear For: "The Beautiful Genius" is a delightful essay. It is unusually long, however, [Signed Paul Palmer]

  43  
The American Mercury TLS to Ford
New York; Dear Ford: You letter is irresistible - I hereby desist from any argument about orders for articles [Signed Paul Palmer]

  43  
The American Mercury TLS to Ford
New York; Dear Ford: Your letter, as of the Nunnery, afforded the first pleasant breath I have been able todraw [Signed Paul Palmer]

  43  
The American Mercury TLS to Ford
New York; Dear Ford: Your check, less tax and cable charges, was dispatched via the Guaranty Trust [Signed Paul Palmer]

  43  
The American Mercury TLS to Ford
New York; Dear Ford: The proof from the Dreiser piece has just come from the printer.[Signed Paul Palmer]

  43  
The American Mercury TLS to Ford
New York; Dear ford: This came in today. Doyou want to answer it? Or shall I print it in the Open Forum with an answer from you? [Signed Paul Palmer]

  43  
The American Mercury TLS to Ford
Ridgefield, Conn.; Thank you for your kind letter and please understand that I am flattered almost to the point of embarrassment[Signed Paul Palmer]

  43  
The American Mercury TLS to Ford
Ridgefield, Conn.; Thank you for the excellent reply to our correspondent. I will print the two letters in The Open Forum. [Signed Paul Palmer][Clipping from the New Haven, Conn. "Journal-Courier", Sept. 10, 1936].

  43  
The American Mercury TLS to Ford
Ridgefield, Conn.; Dear Ford: You have accomplished something that no one else has been able to do since I was eleven years old -[Signed Paul Palmer]

  43  
The American Mercury TLS to Ford
Ridgefield, Conn.; Dear Ford: Thanks for the correct title to your book. We caught the last proofs [Signed Paul Palmer]

  43  
The American Mercury TLS to Ford
Ridgefield, Conn.; Dear Ford: To answer fully the devenu question would require a small volume [Signed Paul Palmer]

  43  
The American Mercury TLS to Ford
Ridgefield, Conn.; Dear Ford: I enclose copy of a sparkling little letter from Mrs.D. H. Lawrence [Signed Paul Palmer]

  43  
The American Mercury TLS to Ford
Ridgefield, Conn.; Dear Ford: The articles you describe interest me. And I think their point of view would be mine and The Mercury's. [Signed Paul Palmer]

  43  
The American Mercury TLS to Ford
Ridgefield, Conn.; Dear Ford: Glad to have your letter, and sorry we can't bring you a pheasant. [Signed Paul Palmer]

  43  
The American Mercury TLS to Ford
New York; Dear Ford: The suggestions you make in your letter are all o.k., as we say in Provence [Signed Paul Palmer]

  43  
The American Mercury TLS to Ford
Ridgefield, Conn.; Dear Ford: I got mixed up on the date of your departure and, it seems, telephoned you [Signed Paul Palmer]

  43  
The American Mercury TLS to Ford
Ridgefield, Conn.; Dear Ford: What about a literary map of the United Stat4es? You would start, for instance, with a piece about New England.[Signed Paul Palmer]

  43  
The American Mercury TLS to Ford
New York; Dear Mr. Ford: In reply to our request for advance sheets on Galsworthy's biography {Signed Virginia Bruce Roper]

  43  
American Printing House for the Blind TLS to Ford
Louisville; Dear Mr. Ford: The American Printing House for theBlind is trying to arrange for the publication in braille [Signed A.C. Ellis]

  43  
American Writers Congress TLS to Ford
New York; Dear Mr. Ford: A group of novelists, critics, dramatists, and poets have organized a committee [ Signed Orrick Johns]

  44  
Anderson, Margaret C. toFord
[Chicago?] Dear Ford Madox Ford, Didn't you get our questionnaire and are you going to be so cruel as not to answer?

  44  
Anderson, Sherwood TLS To Ford
Troutdale, Va.; My dear Ford I have your letter regarding the selection of judges for the Society's Prize

  44  
Angel, George ALS to Ford
[London] Dear Sir, I beg to enclose copy of verses for your kind consideration. [Enclosed is TM "to Gertrude"; published in the "English Review" in Feb., 1910][Violet Hunt papers]

  44  
Angeli, Helen Rossetti ALS to Elsie Martindale Hueffer
[London] My dear Elsie, I saw the announcement in yesterday's papers concerning you & Ford,

  44  
Angeli, Helen Rossetti ALS to Elsie Martindale Hueffer
[London] My dear Elsie, I was very glad to see your writing this morning but distressed at your news -

  44  
Angeli, Helen Rossetti ALS to Elsie Martindale Hueffer
[London] My dear Elsie, I was very anxious to hear how you were going on -

  44  
Angeli, Helen Rossetti ALS to Elsie Martindale Hueffer
[London] My dear Elsie, I received your letter this morning & I think in can set yr. mind at rest

  44  
Angeli, Helen Rossetti ALS to Elsie Martindale Hueffer
[London] My dear Elsie, Please don't think too badly of me for my delay in answering your letter.

  44  
Angeli, Helen Rossetti ALS to Elsie Martindale Hueffer
[London] My dear Elsie, I have been wanting to write to you ever since I saw the news

  44  
?, Anna ALS to Elsie Martindale Hueffer
Essex; My dear Mrs. Hueffer/ It was very nice of you to talk to me. I hope you have got rid of the nasty cough.

  44  
Ana, Daniel ALS to Violet Hunt
[n.p.] Dear Mrs. Hunt, How do you do in this foul weather? [Violet Hunt papers]

  44  
Antheil, George ALS to Ford
Italy; Dear Mr. Ford, This is just to tell you that I am coming to New York upon March 3d,

  44  
Antheil, George TLS to Ford
[Paris] Dear Mr. Ford, These vaccines against colds, coming, as they do, immediately after a terrible cold

  44  
Aria, Mrs. E. Davis ALS
[London] My dear- This was the letter our feckless founder refused to place before the committee. [Violet Hunt papers]

  44  
Aris, Mrs. E. Davis TLS to Sappho (Mrs. Dawson) Scott
London; Dear Mrs. Dawson-Scott, Such silly rumours are flying about to explain my so-sudden departure [Violet Hunt papers]

  44  
Arne, Thomas Augustine TM Where the Bee Sucks
Musical composition. Words by Shakespeare.

  44  
Arnold, T. ALS to William Greenwell
London, Dear Canon Greenwell/ When I had the pleasure of seeing you in May, you said that you believed permission would be given [Violet Hunt papers]

  44  
Art Photo Service TLS to Ford
London; Dear Sir, We have been requested to supply for reproduction in newspapers in our regular service

  44  
Ashburton ALS to Mr. Sterling
[n.p.] My dear Mr. Stirling, Would it be possible to persuade you to pay us a visit on Saturday next? [Violet Hunt papers]

  44  
Ashe, Nathan TLS to Ford
Dallas; Dear Ford, Jeune ecrivain american desespere se sentant perdu parmi les couwboys sauvages du far-ouest

  44  
Askwith, George Ranken, Baron ALS to Violet Hunt
London; Dear Miss HuntMany thanks for your notelet. I shall be very pleased to come on Monday: [Violet Hunt papers]

  44  
Askwith, George Ranken, Baron ALS to Violet Hunt
Dear Mrs. Hueffer, Re. Royal Society of Arts I am not sure how it would suit you. [Violet Hunt papers]

  44  
Askwith, George Ranken, Baron ALS to Violet Hunt
London; Oh, how naughty you have been - I went to the P.E.N. dinner last night on purpose to see you [Violet Hunt papers]

  44  
Athenaeum Office ALS to Ford
[London] Dear Sir, I am much pleased with your poem "To Christina" & propose to publish it.

  44  
Athill, Diana Printed "Jean Rhys and the Writing of 'Wide Sargasso Sea'"
2 copies of a review from "The Bookseller,'", August 20, 1966 plus advertisement for the book.

  44  
Athill, Diana TLS to Arthur Mizener
London; Dear Professor Mizener, I have just been visiting Jean Rhys in order to help her assemble the typescript of her new novel, WIDE SARGOSSO SEA,

  44  
Athill, Diana TLS to Arthur Mizener
London; Dear Professor Mizener, Thank you very much for your helpful letter about Jean Rhys.

  44  
Atlantic Monthly TLS to Ford
Boston; Dear Mr. Ford:-- I have not forgotten the delightful flavor of your Atlantic paper on Galsworthy, [Signed Ellery Sedgewick]

  44  
Auden, Wystan Hugh ALS to Ford
New York; Dear Mr. Ford, It was an honour and a delight to get a letter from you.

  44  
Aunti Annie ALS to Elsie Martindale Hueffer
[Italy] My dear lettle Elsie/ I am so sorry your poor little leg is still giving you pain.

  44  
Authors' Club TLS to Ford
London; My dear Ford, I thank you for your letter of the 2yth inst. enclosing a cheque for 1 [pound] for postages.[Signed Algernon rose] [ Julian Loewe papers]

  44  
B., B. ALS to Gerald W. Henderson
Port Elizabeth, South Africa; Dear old Merydyth, It was very sweet & thoughtful of you to post Pat & me letters of welcome [Violet Hunt papers]

  44  
B., B. ALS to Gerald W. Henderson
Johannesburg, South Africa; My dear old Merydyth, So very many thanks for your two very nice and most interesting letters [Violet Hunt papers]

  44  
Baker, Carlos ALS to Arthur Mizener
[Princeton] Dear Arthur: Here's an item that should be of use to you in the Ford biography.

  44  
Baker, Carlos TLS to Arthur Mizener
Princeton; Dear Arthur: Glad Dr. H's ltr is going to be of some use. The entertaining was done at the Heminway place at Oak Park

  44  
Balfour, Arthur James ALS to Violet Hunt
London; Dear V. Hueffer, One line to thank you for the kind present of your book. [Violet Hunt papers]

  44  
Barber, O. C. ALS to Arthur Mackenzie
[Receipt for room rent, signed as received by Mackenzie] [Violet Hunt papers]

  44  
Baring, Charles Thomas envelope to William Sidney Gibson
[Baring to Gibson envelope] [Violet Hunt papers]

  44  
Barlow, Dudley ALS to Violet Hunt
Kent, England; My dear Violet/ Dare I join myself with the artists for permenant - still - Before wife went off, yesterday [Violet Hunt papers]

  44  
Barlow, Dudley ALS to Violet Hunt
Kent; Dear Violet/ Getting nervous now, the old gentleman asking me who has the cabin [?] to a cottage & my mail. [Violet Hunt papers]

  44  
Barlow, Dudley AL[fragment]S to Violet Hunt
Kent; I thought 100 - 1 against - two men & one woman you know is all right - Two women & one man is not somehow the same [Violet Hunt papers]

  44  
Barlow, Dudley ALS to Violet Hunt
[Kent] To my dear Violet/ A tousand congratulations that your new child - and you have no age limit, [Violet Hunt papers]

  44  
Barlow, Dudley AL[fragment]S to Violet Hunt
[Kent] Yes, and that sweet girl, how will I number her, & her creation, a mystery - the mystery of life, [Violet Hunt papers]

  44  
Barnard, Mary ALS to Ford
New York; Dear Mr. Ford, Ezra Pound assures me I need no other introduction to you if I say he "sent" me to see you.

  44  
Barnes, Djuna ALS to Ford
Paris; Dear Ford M. Ford: I'm sailing tonight - but I have called Liveright asking him to mail you a copy of my book

  44  
Barney, Natalie AL[postcard]S to Ford
Paris; Dear Ford Madox Ford, I've returned from [our?] charming place

  44  
Barry, Iris ALS to Arthur Mizener
Var; Dear Mr. Mizener, Indeed I wish I could be of more help about old Ford, but the time I knew him was only (roughly) 1916, 1917, 1918

  44  
Barry, Iris ALS to Arthur Mizener
Var; Dear Arthur Mizener:Indeed I had long suspecked that recollections were immensely unreliable & now you prove that indeed my own are so.

  44  
Bartlett, Paul TLS to Arthur Mizener
Santa Barbara; Dear Mr. Mizener: I enclose a letter from Mrs. hirth, librarian at the University of Texas.

  44  
Bartlett, Paul TLS to Arthur Mizener
Santa Barbara; Dear Mr. Mizener: I appreciate your letter very much. I will try to be helpful. I sold the Ford letters to Princeton,

  44  
Bartlett, Paul Printed "Letters of Ford Madox Ford" Review
[Review of "Letters ..." from "The Saturday Review of Literature", August 2, 1941.]

  44  
Barton, Bernard ALS to Miss C. Action
[Suffolk] My dear friend/ I would gladly have written before if I could have convinced myself that I had the component parts of a letter [Violet Hunt papers]

  44  
Barwell, Richard ALS to Alfred William Hunt
London; My dear Sir/ My brother wishes me to write for him thanking you so much for your kind expression of sympathy, [Veros AL[notes] by Margaret Raine (Mrs. Alfred) Hunt on Corsica.] [Violet Hunt papers]

  44  
Bax, Clifford ALS to Violet Hunt
London; Dear Violet, Your charming letter has made a happy day even happier for me. [Violet Hunt papers]

  44  
Beaman, Ardern George ALS to Violet Hunt
Bulgaria; Dear Miss Hunt, Yr. last letter was quite delightful. I shall seal yr. phrase of the cat walking [Violet Hunt papers]

  44  
Beaman, Ardern George ALS to Violet Hunt
[n.p.] Dear Miss Hunt, I commenced a letter to you the other day but being interrupted stowed it away somewhere & cannot discover it again.[Violet Hunt papers]

  44  
Beaman, Ardern George AMS "Russian Easter"
St. Petersburg; There is nothing which delights the Muscovite soul like a Prazdnik or Feast-day. [Violet Hunt papers]

  44  
Beaman, Ardern George ALS to Violet Hunt
St. Petersburg; Dear Miss Hunt, I am always living in hopes of coming home some day buit see no immediate prospect of it. [Violet Hunt papers]

  44  
Beaman, Ardern George ALS to Violet Hunt
St. Petersburg; Dear Miss Hunt/ Your letters certainly are not as frequent as I cd. wish but the quality goes some way towards compensation for lack of quantity [Violet Hunt papers]

  44  
Beauclerk, William ALS to Violet Hunt
Envelope to Hunt [Violet Hunt papers]

  44  
Beaumont, Comyns T[printed]M "A Rebel in Fleet Street"
Printed facsimile of Chapter VIII

  44  
Beerbohm, Max AL[copy]S to Ford
[London] Dear Mr. Hueffer/ There is Greeba's Lord -- mantled in his mane -- [enclosed is caricature of Sir Hall Caine] [Gift of Arthur and Rosemary Mizener]

  44  
Beerbohm, Max ALS to Violet Hunt
Hampshire; Dear Miss Hunt/ I shall be very much delighted to lunch with you on December 1st-

  44  
Behaine, Rene ALS to Janice Biala
[Antibes] Chere Madam/ Nous sommes inquiets -- est-ce que Ford Madox Ford est malade?desespoir

  44  
Behaine, Rene ALS to Ford
Antibes; Cher monsieur/ Quelle bonne nouvelle! certainnement, et avec un tres grand plaisir

  44  
Behaine, Rene ALS to Ford
Votre lettre annoncee pár votre depeche doit être chaz moi

  44  
Behaine, Rene ALS to Ford
[Antibes] Cher Monsieur/ Je n'ai reçu ni votre lettre ni le livre que vous m'avez si aimablement envoye

  44  
Behaine, Rene ALS to Ford
[Antibes] Nous vous attendons samedi vers 7 hr, [?] de vous offrir une chambre

  44  
Behaine, Rene ALS to Ford
[Antibes] Bien cher monsieur et ami/ Il est recuperant de trouver l'appui d'un grand et [?] esprit

  44  
Behaine, Rene ALS to Ford
[Antibes] Cher monsieur et ami/ [?] allez receivi d'ici quinze jours, [?] le livre broche,

  44  
Behaine, Rene ALS to Ford
[Paris] Cher monsieur/ Me [?] l'honneur de me dire par telephone chez Grasset quel jour de la semaine

  44  
Behaine, Rene ALS to Ford
[n.p.] Cher nosieur et ami/ Excusez-moi d'avoir tarde à vous repondre[?] ete malade, j'ai ete souffrant et tres fatique

  44  
Behaine, Rene ALS to Ford
[n.p.] Cher monsieur/ Je suis [?] de m'être laisse devancer par votre si aimable mot

  44  
Behaine, Rene ALS to Ford
Antibes; cher monsieur/ Au debut de cette annee, je tiens à vous remercier de votre si cordial accueil

  44  
Behaine, Rene ALS to Ford
Antibes; Cher Monsieur/ M. Kühlmann, revenant de voyage, trouve votre telegramme qu'il me fait parvencir,

  44  
Behaine, Rene ALS to Ford
Antibes; Chere ami/ J'ai toujours cru que vous alliez arriver à Toulon et que je pourrais

  44  
Behaine, Rene ALS to Ford
[n.p.] Mon bien cher ameri/ J'ai passe cette apres-midi de Vendredi à ecouter la lecture de l'admirable preface

  44  
Behaine, Rene ALS to Ford
[n.p.] Cher mítre et ami/ Moi aussi, j'ai ete et suis encore malade, bruediete, et muscle deplace

  44  
Behaine, Rene ALS to Ford
[n.p.] Cher ami/ J'apprends par Crankshaw que vous avez dans les mains sa traduction

  44  
Behaine, Rene ALS to Ford
Antibes; Cher ami/ Apres tant d'evenements suis vier de nouveau se croient, et, à chaque curieusement

  44  
Behaine, Rene ALS to Janice Biala
Antibes; Chere Madame/ J'apprends cette nouvelle affreuse et incroyable et je partage votre desespoir

  44  
Belloc, Helaire TM "The Source of Information
The Source of Information by H. Belloc appeared in English Review (the 1st number) A portion of article was blocked out by the censor ... There are 2 copies.

  44  
Bennett, Mrs. envelope
[Envelope addressed to Mrs. Bennett; no return address]

  44  
Bennett, Arnold ALS to Ford
[London] My Dear Hueffer. I think it would be best for the photographer to do the picture at your place.

  44  
Bennett, Arnold ALS to Ford
[London] Dear Sir-I am much obliged for your note.

  44  
Bennett, Arnold TLS to Violet Hunt
Switzerland; My dear lady. Well, this enthusiasm and ardour of yours for "The Old Wives Tale" is highly creditable to both of us.

  44  
Bennett, Arnold AL[copy] to Ford
Putney; The fact is, my dear Hueffer, that I should like to come and see you, and have a chat [Transcription of ms. in Library of the University of Texas]

  44  
Bennett, Arnold ALS to Violet Hunt
London; My dear Lady. Many thanks. It is distressing that we are already took for Monday night. [Violet Hunt's copy.]

  44  
Bennett, Arnold ALS to Violet Hunt
London; Just come in. I wrote to F.M.H. [Ford] this morning that our first free moment is Wednesday night, [Violet Hunt's copy]

  44  
Bennett, Arnold ALS to Violet Hunt
London My dear lady. Mill remerciments. We cannot, unforunately, accept night engagements. [ Violet Hunt's copy]

  44  
Bennett, Arnold ALS to Violet Hunt
London; Thank you. Blague a poart, it really is difficult to get seats, especially as this is a jubilee production. [Violet Hunt's copy]

  44  
Bennett, Arnold ALS to Violet Hunt
London; My dear lady. I reply to your letter as Marguerite is still so neuralgic after influenza that she can't [Violet Hunt's copy]

  44  
Bennett, Arnold ALS to Violet Hunt
London; My dear Violet, Many thanks for "More Tales of the Uneasy," which I am soon going to read. [Violet Hunt papers]

  44  
Bennett, Arnold ALS to Violet Hunt
London; Dear Violet, I am glad to have your letter. This is just to acknowledge it. [Violet Hunt papers]

  44  
Bennett, William Gilchrist TLS to Stella Bowen
London; Dear Stella, On the 28th of last moth operations commenced with the Record Keeper [With TL[copy] to Bennett from DH [David Higham], July 25, 1945] [ Julian Loewe papers]

  44  
Benson, Constance ALS to Margaret Raine Hunt
Brighton; My dear Mrs. Hunt, Now you are less anxious I must write a few lines to congratulate you [Verso contains ALS Margaret to Violet] [Violet Hunt papers]

  44  
Benson, Godfrey Rathbone ALS to Violet Hunt
Madrid; Dear Violet, I have taken the rather odd step of coming to Spain to learn French. [Violet Hunt papers]

  44  
Benson, Venice Hunt AL[fragment]S to Violet Hunt
... His wife is an invalid but her sister gave us some vittle & was most affable. [Violet Hunt papers]

  44  
Besnon, Venice Hunt ALS to Violet Hunt
[n.p.] Dear Violet, Its been a very dull Sunday. Raffal, who wants you & I to go to theatre on Friday or Sat. to see Herman [Violet Hunt papers]

  44  
Benson, Venice Hunt AL[fragment]S to Violet Hunt
[Southampton] Dear Violet- I've just been to see Flossie. She came here yesterday when we were at Milton's Green [Violet Hunt papers]

  44  
Benson, Venice Hunt ALS to Violet Hunt
Cologne; Dear Violet/ You seem to be getting on very finely without your mare. We have just got here [Violet Hunt papers]

  44  
Benson, Venice Hunt TL[copy] to Violet Hunt
Southampton; Dear V, I don't know if anyone has put you up to recent events, Rosamont and Lanz and I left Aldeburgh on Sept: 1st [Carbon copy included] [Violet Hunt papers]

  44  
Benson, Venice Hunt TL[fragment,copy]S to Violet Hunt
Sussex; Dear V. I have been hanging on waiting for Willie's plans to take shape. [Violet Hunt papers]

  44  
Benson, Venice Hunt TL[copy] to Violet Hunt
Sussex; Dear V. Really, S. is too abjectly silly, and how mean! but I think you rather weakly let yourself in for paying [Violet Hunt papers]

  44  
Benson, Venice Hunt TL[copy] to Violet Hunt
Sussex; Dear V. I am at last re-united to my cheque book, and I will send you my debt if you [2 copies] [Violet Hunt papers]

  44  
Benson, Venice Hunt TL[copy] to Violet Hunt
Sussex; Dear V.I was vastly obliged ans entertained by your letter, and meant to have said so at once [Violet Hunt papers]

  44  
Benson, Venice Hunt TL[copy] to Violet Hunt
Sussex; Dear V. Have you sold that black retriever coat with the polar bear collar? If not, how much? [Violet Hunt papers]

  44  
Benson, Venice Hunt TL[copy] to Violet Hunt
Sussex; Dear V. I have sent your letter to Lady St. Davids at Lydstep Haven, Penally, Pembrokeshire; [2 copies] [Violet Hunt papers]

  44  
Berg, Annie ALS to Elsie Martindale Hueffer
Winchelsea; Dearest Mrs. Hueffer/ Mr. Hueffer. Mr. Edward Garnett and Xstina are gone to the Pent today.

  44  
Berg, Annie AL[postcard]S to Christina Hueffer
[Portsmouth?] Dear Christina/ If I remember right it is your birthday tomorrow and am sending my best love and wishes.

  44  
Berry, Oscar & Co. TLS to Ford
London; Dear Sir, Your letter of the 23rd inst., came to hand after I had left for the Xmas vacation. [Signed Oscar Berry] [Violet Hunt papers]

  44  
Berry, Oscar & Co. TLS to Ford
London; Dear Sir, I am in receipt of your letter of yesterdays date enclosing one received by you from Mr. A. Marwood. [Signed Oscar Berry] [Violet Hunt papers]

  44  
Berthelot, Philippe ALS to Ford
Paris; Monsieur/ Je connais parfaitement votre tres interessants publications et j'apprecie tout la valeur

  44  
Bertolazzi, F. (Hotel Regina d'Ungheria) AL[postcard]S to Elsie Martindale Hueffer
Verona; Signora Hueffer/ Riscontriamo sua gradita ci displace assai ma nella sua camera No. 23

  44  
Bertram, Anthony TLS to Ford
Pulborough;Dear Ford, Thank you for your letter & the encouraging remarks you make about my books

  44  
Bertram, Anthony TLS to Ford
Pulborough; Dear Ford, Not at all. It is me who must thank you for sailing under such good colors.

  44  
Bertram, Anthony TLS to Ford
Pulborough; Dear Ford,You know that I need not say how much I appreciate your letter. It has really been a culminating encouragement

  44  
Bertram, Anthony TLS to Arthur Mizener
Pulborough; Dear Mr. Mizener, I can't imagine why Teddy Crankshaw gave you my address in Kent

  44  
Bertram, Anthony TLS to Arthur Mizener
Pulborough; Dear Mizener, I am ashamed at your letter being dated 15 March. There's been a conspiracy

  44  
Bertram, Anthony AL[draft] to Edward A. Quiglay
Sussex; Dear Mr. Quiglay, I have your letter of April the first about Ford's "Bosphorus". You speak of my having corrected typescript.

  44  
Biddle, George ALS to Ford
Croton-on-Hudson, NY; My dear Ford: I have just finished reading "No More Parades" and I hope you don't mind my writing to you

  44  
Bird, Sally ALS to Ford & Janice Biala
Moulin de Houx; Dear Fords- Well the wedding was a great success - but we are sick to death of it

  44  
Bird, William TLS to Ford
Paris; Dear Ford, Naturally I shouldn't for worlds say anything about the matter unless you expressly wished it

  44  
Bisbing, Paul R. TLS to Associated Press
Philadelphia; Gentlemen: I just recently read an article in the Philadelphia Bulletin dated Jan. 26th

  44  
Bishop, Evelyn Morchard TLS to Ford
Exeter; Dear Sir, Coming across your address has reminded me that in the spring of last year [Verso is Fords AL[draft] to Bishop; and Ford's AL[draft] to Bartlett]

  44  
Bishop, John Peale TMS "Pound and Poetry"
[n.p.] Ezra Pound deserves praise on many counts, but not least for having so clearly understood [Written for "Cantos of Ezra Pound: Some Testimonials..."]

  44  
Bishop, John Peale TLS to Ford
New Orleans; Dear Mr. Ford, There is no one whose good opinion I care for more than yours and to have you commend "Act of Darkneww"

  44  
Bishop, Marris AL[postcard]S to Arthur Mizener
Ithaca; I have just read "The Saddest Story" with the utmost pleasure and satisfaction

  44  
Bispo, Luis ALS to Edgar [?]
Cascaes; Meu Caro Edgar, Li agua che essevo fino ben tes informai-me e nadda cui- legue talien, [Violet Hunt papers]

  45  
Biala, Janice ADS Listing of the contents of her collection of the papers of Ford Madox Ford, now at Cornell
[n.p.] Mss in possession of Janice Biala

  45  
Biala, Janice Printed Proofs of "Great Trade Route"
[New York?] [Proofs partially trimmed and partially in galleys]

  45  
Biala, Janice Printed "Paintings of Provence by Biala"
[Original pamphlet + copies of recto and verso of same]

  45  
Biala, Janice M Original pen and ink drawings printed in "Provence"
[29 leaves of drawings for "Provence"]

  45  
Biala, Janice M Original pen and ink drawings printed in "Great Trade Route"
[17 leaves of drawings for "Great Trade Route"]

  45  
Biala, Janice TL[copy] to Allen & Unwin
[Paris?] Dear Sirs, Your CAS/ KGB of the 15th inst/ Of the enclosed drawings I must really ask you to reduce those marked A., C., D., and E.,

  45  
Biala, Janice TL[copy] to Allen & Unwin
New York; Dear Sirs: This letter is to inform you that I cede to you the American rights -

  45  
Biala, Janice TL[copy] to Mrs. Anthony Bertram
Olivet; Dear Mrs. Bertram, Couldn't you spend a few days with us in New York, instead?

  45  
Biala, Janice TL[copy] to Stella Bowen
Toulon; Dear Stella, The position is this: Ford is at present trying to place the book he is now writing,

  45  
Biala, Janice TL[copy] to Stella Bowen
[n.p.] Dear Stella, I have written to Lippincotts to send two copies of the novel to Curtis Brown

  45  
Biala, Janice TL[copy] to Stella Bowen
[n.p.] Dear Stella, That seems to be all right. The person Herbert Gorman particularly recommends

  45  
Biala, Janice TL[copy] to Stella Bowen
New York; Dear Stella, Ford is telling Lippincotts to send a copy of "Provence" to you

  45  
Biala, Janice TL[copy] to Stella Bowen
[Paris? New York?] Dear Stella, The clause ref. serials in the deed is only intended to cover the rare cases

  45  
Biala, Janice TL[copy] to Stella Bowen
[Paris] Dear Stella, I am sending you herewith Ford's article on Turgenev. It's really splendid.

  45  
Biala, Janice TL[copy] to Stella Bowen
New York; Dear Stella, BOOKS Ford has just concluded an agreement with the Oxford University Press

  45  
Biala, Janice TL[copy] to Stella Bowen
Toulon; Dear Stella, About Julie: as far as I know she has been with the Marcoussis since the 18th or 19th

  45  
Biala, Janice TL[copy] to Stella Bowen
Toulon; Dear Stella, The answers are as follows in the order as you ask the questions

  45  
Biala, Janice TL[copy] to Stella Bowen
Toulon; Dear Stella, I am afraid there is not the slightest chance of Ford's being able to write a story

  45  
Biala, Janice TL[copy] to Stella Bowen
Toulon; Dear Stella, You can do what you like about placing "Provence". All that Ford asks is that the publisher should be reputable

  45  
Biala, Janice TL[copy] to Stella Bowen
Toulon; Dear Stella: I forwarded you yesterday the typescript of Ford's novel VIVE LE ROY

  45  
Biala, Janice TL[copy] to Stella Bowen
Toulon; Dear Stella: I forwarded you yesterday the typescript of Ford's novel VIVE LE ROY [Julian Loewe papers]

  45  
Biala, Janice TL[copy] to Stella Bowen
[Paris]Dear Stella, Ford has now finished his book. Will you please return the chapter you have

  45  
Biala, Janice TL[copy] to Stella Bowen
[Paris] Dear Stella, We are still here and shall be until the 4th July. Our plans are pretty well maturing

  45  
Biala, Janice TL[copy] to Stella Bowen
Toulon; Dear Stella, The change in the order of the books is just a friendly agreement [Julian Loewe papers]

  45  
Biala, Janice TL[copy] to Stella Bowen
[Olivet?] Dear Stella, Ford has been forced by our very severe necessities to try to mortgage his Mr. Croyd novel,

  45  
Biala, Janice TLS to Stella Bowen
[Paris] Dear Stella, Thank you so much for your letter. Believe me, I do know that Ford was "your man" too. [Julian Loewe papers]

  45  
Biala, Janice ALS to Stella Bowen
New York; Dear Stella, I sent off the books of articles to Unwin's last week. Will you arrange for terms [Julian Loewe papers]

  45  
Biala, Janice ALS to Stella Bowen
New York; Dear Stella, I am so relieved to have heard from you. From here everything looks so terrifying [Julian Loewe papers]

  45  
Biala, Janice ALS to Stella Bowen
[New York] Dear Stella, I can't tell you how glad I am to have heard from you both. I have been trying to write you for ages [Julian Loewe papers]

  45  
Biala, Janice ALS to Stella Bowen
[New York?] Dear Stella, Thank you for your very nice letter - and I'm glad mine of the 15th Sept. at last caught up with you. [Julian Loewe papers]

  45  
Biala, Janice ALS to Stella Bowen
[New York]; Dear Stella, In a letter I received this morning from Douglas Goldring he says [Julian Loewe papers]

  45  
Biala, Janice ALS to Stella Bowen
[New York?] Dear Stella/ Thank you very much for the cable which came 3 days ago & your letter before that, [Julian Loewe papers]

  45  
Biala, Janice ALS to Stella Bowen
[New York?] Dear Stella/ Thanks for yours of the 30th. I had myself come to the same conclusion about Goldring's book [Julian Loewe papers]

  45  
Biala, Janice ALS to Stella Bowen
[New York?] Dear Stella/ I am enclosing copies of two letters sent to Unwin & one from them to me [no enclosures with this] [Julian Loewe papers]

  45  
Biala, Janice ALS to Stella Bowen
[New York?] Dear Stella, I asked Katherine Lamb about Violet Hunt's executor (on my own acct, without mentioning you) [Julian Loewe papers]

  45  
Biala, Janice ALS to Stella Bowen
[New York?] Dear Stella, I am absolutely delighted by the news ref. The 5th Queen and awed by the amount of the advance. [Julian Loewe papers]

  45  
Biala, Janice ALS to Stella Bowen
[New York?] Dear Stella, I received your second note ref. the bibliography after I had already written the enclosed letter, [Julian Loewe papers]

  45  
Biala, Janice ALS to Stella Bowen
[New York?] Dear Stella/ It's alr3eight - I'm too cynical to think we're all about to get rich [Written on verso of AL[fragment], [n.d.] that Bowen wrote to Biala] [Julian Loewe papers]

  45  
Biala, Janice ALS to Stella Bowen
[New York?] Dear Stella/ Another little headache, which perhaps you can solve. New Directions, which is a small non commercial publishing house [Julian Loewe papers]

  45  
Biala, Janice ALS to Stella Bowen
[New York?] Dear Stella/ Yours of the 14th has just come. I am very anxious to hear if your agents would take over the books here. [Julian Loewe papers]

  45  
Biala, Janice ALS to Stella Bowen
Peconic, L.I.; Dear Stella/ I will do as Mr. Higham suggests, as soon as I get back to New York [Julian Loewe papers]

  45  
Biala, Janice ALS to Stella Bowen
Peconic, L.I.; Dear Stella/ I am very concerned to hear that your blood pressure has shot up [Julian Loewe papers]

  45  
Biala, Janice ALS to Stella Bowen
New York?] Dear Stella/ Please don't waste your strength just to write in order to thank me for a parcel. [Julian Loewe papers]

  45  
Biala, Janice ALS to Stella Bowen
[New York] My dearest dearest Stella/ I am at once more overcome with grief and emotion at your letter [Julian Loewe papers]

  45  
Biala, Janice ALS to Stella Bowen
[New York?] My dear dear Stella/ Your letter is full of interesting news and gave me much pleasure. [Julian Loewe papers]

  45  
Biala, Janice TL[copy] to Stella Bowen
[n.p.] Dearest Stella/ Thank you for the list of books & the informations[With 2 envelopes to "Mrs. Roland Loewe" from Biala and clipping from"The New Statesman and Nation", April 20, 1946 plus copy of same] [Julian Loewe papers]

  45  
Biala, Janice TL[copy] to Miriam Brokaw
Peapack; Dear Miss Brockaw [sic]/ In looking through David Harvey's bibliography of Ford [Facsimile]

  45  
Biala, Janice TL[copy] to George T. Bye
[Clarksville, Tenn.] Dear Mr. Bye/ I am in receipt of the drawings for the Boston article. I cannot understand why they kept them so long

  45  
Biala, Janice TL[copy] to Henry S. Canby
Paris; Dear Sir/ I am returning herewith your checque to Mr. Ford as to which I am sure there must be a mistake.

  45  
Biala, Janice TL[copy] to George Davis
Clarksvill, Tenn.; Dear George/ In a week or so we are going to New Orleans to do its portrait

  45  
Biala, Janice ALS to Edward and Natalie Davison
Olivet; Chers amis/ We had a pleasant journey & arrived in not too bad a state to very pleasant cool weather.

  45  
Biala, Janice ALS to Edward and Natalie Davison
Olivet; Chers amis/ Delighted we were to get your letter and I hope it's a lesson to Ford who's been on the verge of writing to you

  45  
Biala, Janice ALS to Edward and Natalie Davison
[New York?] What are the chances of your being in New York during the time the exhibition? [Written on leaflet of "Recent Paintings by Janice Biala"]

  45  
Biala, Janice ALS to Natalie Davison
Paris; Dear Natalie/ Thanks for the Zmas card & the note. We were no end glad to hear from you

  45  
Biala, Janice TL[copy] to Theodore Dreiser
[New York] Dear Mr. Dreiser, Your letter has only just come - Saturday, 5 p.m. I enclose the envelope.

  45  
Biala, Janice ALS to Caroline Gordon
Leesburg; Dear Carolyn: Thanks for your good long letter Tore your check up, and am sending $20.00 -

  45  
Biala, Janice TL[draft?] to Ferris Greenslet
Clarksville, Tenn.; Dear Mr. Greenslet:: I am sending you herewith one of the PORTRAITS OF CITIES. It is of Nashville

  45  
Biala, Janice ALS to David Harvey
[Paris] Dear Mr. Harvey: I am glad to hear from you again. Something certainly went wrong around Christmas

  45  
Biala, Janice ALS to David Harvey
[Paris] Dear Mr. Harvey: I haven't written because as you know by now I am a terrible correspondent

  45  
Biala, Janice ALS to David Harvey
Paris; Dear Mr. Harvey: Just a line to say that contrary to expectations we are leaving Paris on the 1st

  45  
Biala, Janice ALS to David Harvey
Paris; Dear Mr. Harvey; I am glad to hear your news and glad to hear you and your wife are both well

  45  
Biala, Janice ALS to David Harvey
[Paris] Dear Mr. Harvey: You win. You have my permission to see anything that is visible.

  45  
Biala, Janice ALS to David Harvey
[Paris] Dear Mr. Harvey: I had a letter from Mr. Foster of the Minnesota Review yesterday telling me that you refused him the information

  45  
Biala, Janice ALS to David Harvey
[Paris] Dear Mr. Harvey: I think you will have to blame me rather than Mr. Foster, after all.

  45  
Biala, Janice ALS to David Harvey
[Paris] Dear Mr. Harvey: That is very good news indeed. Congratulations I don't eat my words though

  45  
Biala, Janice ALS to David Harvey
Paris?] Dear David/ Thanks a 1000 times for the bibliography & the very kind dedication

  45  
Biala, Janice ALS to David Harvey
Peapack; Mes chers amis/ Congratualtions, felicitations and a happy future for Christopher

  45  
Biala, Janice ALS to David Harvey
Peapack, Dear David/ I have geen going through Ford's letters & every now and then I check your bibliography

  45  
Biala, Janice AL[copy]S to David Harvey
Peapack, Dear David/ I have geen going through Ford's letters & every now and then I check your bibliography

  45  
Biala, Janice TL[copy] to Willianm Heinemann Ltd.
Paris; Dear Sirs: Yours of the 14th June ref. my payment for the cover of IT WAS THE NIGHTINGALE

  45  
Biala, Janice TL[copy] to William Heinemann Ltd.
Paris; Dear Sir: The amount you pay is of relatively little importance and I am prepared to accept six guineas

  46  
Biala, Janice ALS to David Harvey
[Originally misfiled; now in Box 45, folder 83.1-83.3]

  46  
Biala, Janice TL[copy] to J. Jefferson Jones
[Toulon] Dear Mr. Jefferson Jones: Thank you for your letter of the 28th of September. IT WAS THE NIGHTINGALE has just arrived

  46  
Biala, Janice TL[copy] to J. Jefferson Jones
[Toulon?] Dear Mr. Jones: I add these notes to Ford's letter with reference to the drawings.

  46  
Biala, Janice ALS to David Kaser
Paris; Dear Mr. Kaser, I have now gone through the itemized list you were good enough to send me.

  46  
Biala, Janice ALS to Esther Julia Madox Loewe
[Deauville] Julie dear/ I hardly know what to tell you. He got worse after you left [Julian Loewe papers]

  46  
Biala, Janice ALS to Esther Julia Madox Loewe
[New York] Julie dear/ I was so glad to get your letter, which arrived yesterday [Julian Loewe papers]

  46  
Biala, Janice ALS to Esther Julia Madox Loewe
Paris; Dear Julie/ I am sailing from Bordeaux on November 6 or 7. I have been hanging around in Paris [Julian Loewe papers]

  46  
Biala, Janice TLS to Esther Julia Madox Loewe
New York; Darling/ I am so glad to have your letter. I've been meaning to write to you for ages. [Julian Loewe papers]

  46  
Biala, Janice ALS to Esther Julia Madox Loewe
New York; Julie dear/ I seem to have the strongest urge to write you whenever a war is declared! [Julian Loewe papers]

  46  
Biala, Janice ALS to Esther Julia Madox Loewe
[New York] Dearest Julie/ Your letter just came and I am more glad than I can tell you [Julian Loewe papers]

  46  
Biala, Janice ALS to Esther Julia Madox Loewe and Roland Loewe
[n.p.] Dearest Julie/ Your last letter was a shcok from which I am just beginning to emerge. [Julian Loewe papers]

  46  
Biala, Janice ALS to Esther Julia Madox Loewe
[n.p.] Dear Roland and Julie/ Your telegram came while we were away for the week-end [Julian Loewe papers]

  46  
Biala, Janice TLS to Esther Julia Madox Loewe
[New York] Darling/ I had meant to swrite [sic] to you a long letter going into great detail in answer to your, [Julian Loewe papers]

  46  
Biala, Janice ALS to Esther Julia Madox Loewe
[New York?] Darling/ I was quite upset by the news you gave of Stella's health - [Julian Loewe papers]

  46  
Biala, Janice ALS to Esther Julia Madox Loewe
[New York?] Dearest Julie/ My lawyer tells me that it would be a very good thing if Stella could write a letter [Julian Loewe papers]

  46  
Biala, Janice ALS to Esther Julia Madox Loewe
[New York?] Darling/ How are things going? I have been too fearful to write for fear of the answer [Julian Loewe papers]

  46  
Biala, Janice ALS to Esther Julia Madox Loewe
[n.p.] Darling/ I am sending off to-day a basic layette, as recommended by a city maternity center here [Julian Loewe papers]

  46  
Biala, Janice ALS to Esther Julia Madox Loewe
[n.p.] Darling/ I was enormously cheered up by you last letter & delighted with the photograph [Julian Loewe papers]

  46  
Biala, Janice ALS to Esther Julia Madox Loewe
[Paris] Dearest Julie/ This is just a rush not to say thanks for your letter - [Julian Loewe papers]

  46  
Biala, Janice ALS to Esther Julia Madox Loewe
[Paris] Darling/ So happy to have heard from you & Julian, & that you are both bearing up [Julian Loewe papers]

  46  
Biala, Janice ALS to Esther Julia Madox Loewe
Paris; Darling/ I forgot to give you the enclosed , & badly worded as it is, it ought to fill the bill. [Julian Loewe papers]

  46  
Biala, Janice ALS to Esther Julia Madox Loewe
[Paris] Darling/ We found your nice long letter on our arrival from Italy & I was very glad [Julian Loewe papers]

  46  
Biala, Janice ALS to Esther Julia Madox Loewe
[Paris?] Darling/ Thanks for the letter & the snapshots, I'd just begun to think you were a highly unnatural parent [Julian Loewe papers]

  46  
Biala, Janice ALS to Esther Julia Madox Loewe
[n.p.] My chickens/ How glad I am to be addressing this letter to California rather than to Australia![Julian Loewe papers]

  46  
Biala, Janice ALS to Esther Julia Madox Loewe
[Paris] My dear/ I got your last letter this morning which spurs me on in my daily intentions [Julian Loewe papers]

  46  
Biala, Janice ALS to Esther Julia Madox Loewe
Paris; Dearest Julie; Here at long last is your share of the re-print Good Soldier money - [Julian Loewe papers]

  46  
Biala, Janice ALS to Roland Loewe
St. John, N.B.; Dear Roland, What has become of you? Since your similar query about a year ago I have written [Julian Loewe papers]

  46  
Biala, Janice TL[copy] to Ray Long
[Toulon?] Dear Mr. Long, I am sending you herewith under another cover the typescript of THE RASH ACT

  46  
Biala, Janice ALS to Robert Maconley
[Paris] Dear Mr.Maconley/ I am delighted to hear that you may be coming over this summer

  46  
Biala, Janice ALS to Robert Maconley
New York; Dear Robie/ Thank you a tousand times for your defense of Ford

  46  
Biala, Janice ALS to Robert Maconley
Paris; Dear Robie/ I am delighted that you accept. It takes a load off my mind to know [Includes account of how the Ford Collection at Cornell came to be.]

  46  
Biala, Janice ALS to Robert Maconley
Paris; Dear Robie/ Alain & I were very happy to see you again after so many years

  46  
Biala, Janice ALS to Arthur Mizener
Peapack; Dear Mr. Mizener/ It was very kind of you to suggest it - but of course I don't need any letters of recommendation. [Gift of Arthur and Rosemary Mizener]

  46  
Biala, Janice ALS to Arthur Mizener
Peapack; Dear Mr. Mizener/ I will be delight to have lunch with you and Mrs. Mizener [Gift of Arthur and Rosemary Mizener]

  46  
Biala, Janice ALS to Arthur Mizener
Peapack; Dear Arthur/ What a powerful man you are! You not only have a publisher for Ford in your pocket - and a very sympathetic one, too

  46  
Biala, Janice ALS to Arthur Mizener
Peapack; Dear Arthur/ I am having alittle correspondence with Graham Greene apropos his dropping the Last Post

  46  
Biala, Janice ALS to Arthur Mizener
Peapack; Dear Arthur/I am aftraid I've lost the argument with Graham Greene. It was already too late

  46  
Biala, Janice ALS to Arthur Mizener
Peapack; Dear Arthur, Dear Rosemarie/ The little map was perfect. We had an easy trip home [With ALS from Janice Biala at end]

  46  
Biala, Janice ALS to Arthur Mizener
Peapack; Dear Arthur/ I am enclosing the copy of a letter I am sending to Ford's daughter Julie for your information.

  46  
Biala, Janice TLS to Arthur Mizener
Peapack; Dear Arthur/ Thanks for your prompt letter to Julie. I am sending you a list of what she has, that she sent me

  46  
Biala, Janice ALS to Arthur Mizener
Peapack; Dear Arthur/ Just a word to say thanks for your last 2 or 3 letters with the information they contained

  46  
Biala, Janice ALS to Arthur Mizener
Peapack; Dear Arthur/ Are you back? And if so, when will you be sufficiently near so we can see each other?

  46  
Biala, Janice ALS to Arthur Mizener
Peapack; Dear Arthur/ Yours of the 14th just received. It must have crossed mine, which was sent to the Dept. of English because I haven't got your private address.

  46  
Biala, Janice ALS to Arthur Mizener
Peapack; Dear Arthur/ I feel like a character in Les Liaisons Dangereuses and about the world's biggest non-stop letter writer

  46  
Biala, Janice ALS to Arthur Mizener
Peapack; Dear Arthur/ Thanks thanks thanks. We'll talk over the question of storing the papers and thankfully, of photographing them

  46  
Biala, Janice ALS to Arthur Mizener
Peapack; Dear Arthur/ Thank you for everything including your letter of this morning with regard to Houghton Mifflin

  46  
Biala, Janice ALS to Arthur Mizener
Peapack; Dear Arthur/ Julie did let me know she was writing to Mr. McCarthy but I hope she will either not sell now

  46  
Biala, Janice ALS to Arthur Mizener
Peapack; Dear Arthur- I daresay our letters crossed.- I didn't answer sooner [Included is Mizener's TL[carbon] (in reverse) of November 16, 1963]

  46  
Biala, Janice TLS to Arthur Mizener
Peapack; Dear Arthur, Dear Rosemary/ No, absolutely not - it never occurred to me you might not want to see me.

  46  
Biala, Janice TLS to Arthur Mizener
Peapack; Dear Arthur/ You misunderstand me on the subject of Gutwillig. I don't blame him at all.

  46  
Biala, Janice TLS to Arthur Mizener
Peapack; Dear Arthur/ I don't want to do anything that would hamper you in any way

  46  
Biala, Janice AL[postcard]S to Arthur Mizener
Peapack; Dear Arthur/ Ford God's sake - did you get there alright? I expected to hear before this

  46  
Biala, Janice ALS to Arthur Mizener
Peapack; Dear Arthur/ Very glad to get your letter this morning & interested in your news about McCarthy.

  46  
Biala, Janice AL[postcard]S to Arthur Mizener
Peapack; Dear Arthur/ I forgot to say - are you going to photograph The Fifth Queen play for me?

  46  
Biala, Janice TLS to Arthur Mizener
Peapack; Dear Arthur/ I am dismayed by Mr. McCarthy's letter offering to make a deal for both Julies and my collection.

  46  
Biala, Janice ALS to Arthur Mizener
Peapack; Dear Arthur/ Your letter of the 24th just arrived - also the xerox of the Fifth Queen. Thank you.

  46  
Biala, Janice ALS to Arthur Mizener
Peapack; Dear Arthur/ Just a line to tell you how happy I am that Cornell will have the papers -

  46  
Biala, Janice AL[postcard]S to Arthur Mizener
Peapack; Dear Arthur/ Just after my letter went off to you - I got one from Julie

  46  
Biala, Janice ALS to Arthur Mizener
Peapack; Dear Arthur/ I don't dare join in the jubilation until I hear from Julie. I sent her a telegram

  46  
Biala, Janice TLS to Arthur Mizener
Peapack; Dear Arthur/ What marvelous news in yours of Feb. 14, just come. Alain is packing the three books you ask for and they will go off today

  46  
Biala, Janice TLS to Arthur Mizener
Peapack; Dear Arthur/ As Parades End is coming out in August, and as McGraw-Hill was waiting for that

  46  
Biala, Janice TLS to Arthur Mizener
Peapack; Dear Arthur/ (Just think how much this correspondence will be worth someday - maybe!) Thanks for the little book

  46  
Biala, Janice TLS to Arthur Mizener
Peapack; Dear Arthur/ I think the Loewes must need a nursemaid. Of course there is no duty on these papers

  46  
Biala, Janice ALS to Arthur Mizener
Peapack; Dear Arthur/ I would like back my Ford books - because otherwise I'll never remember where anything is

  46  
Biala, Janice ALS to Arthur Mizener
Peapack; Dear Arthur/ Ford's officer book is in Ithaca, I'm sure it's not like the snapshots

  46  
Biala, Janice AL[postcard]S to Arthur Mizener
Peapack; Dear Arthur/A happy Easter to both of you. If you haven't sent the Ford books yet - perhaps you'd better keep them

  46  
Biala, Janice ALS to Arthur Mizener
Peapack; Dear Arthur/ The package of books just came - also your letter from North Carolina.

  46  
Biala, Janice ALS to Arthur and Rosemary Mizener
Paris; Dear Arthur, dear Rosemary/ Thank you for your telegram to the boat. We had a terrific send-off

  46  
Biala, Janice A&TLS to Arthur Mizener
Paris; Dear Arthur/So glad to hear from you. I am aftraid though I am not going to be of any use to you

  46  
Biala, Janice AL[postcard]S to Arthur and Rosemary Mizener
Prague; Dear Arthur, dear Rosemary/ Have you ever been in Prague? If not, you must come here on your next trip.

  46  
Biala, Janice ALS to Arthur Mizener
Paris; Dear Arthur/ We got back a week agao from our travels in Central Europe,

  46  
Biala, Janice ALS to Arthur and Rosemary Mizener
New York; Dear Arthur/ Dearest Rosemarie, Arthur/ How sorry I am you can't come for Alain's opening !!! except that i would not have been ideal

  46  
Biala, Janice ALS to Rosemary Mizener
New York; Dear Arthur/ Dear Rosemary/ Thank you for your letter. I do wish we could see you before Dec. 5th -

  46  
Biala, Janice ALS to Arthur and Rosemary Mizener
[n.p.] Dear Rosemary, Dear Arthur/ Thank you for both your letters & excuse my not answering right away

  46  
Biala, Janice ALS to Arthur and Rosemary Mizener
Southampton; Dear Arthur, Dear Rosemary/ Thank you for the telegram and the astonishing news that Cornell got Seraphina for $250

  46  
Biala, Janice ALS to Arthur and Rosemary Mizener
Peapack; Dear Rosemary Dear Arthur/ I hope you got safely back. This is a letter partly of excuse - it comes back to me that I kept interrupting you

  46  
Biala, Janice ALS to Arthur Mizener
Peapack; Dear Arthur/ Thank you for yours of the 2nd which should have been answered much sooner

  46  
Biala, Janice ALS to Arthur Mizener
Paris; Dear Arthur/ I no sooner sent off the other letter, than I got yours of March 1.

  46  
Biala, Janice ALS to Arthur Mizener
Paris; Dear Arthur/ Life is a vale of tears! Here I am once more about to explain Ford's character and this time to you,

  46  
Biala, Janice ALS to Arthur Mizener
Paris; Dear Arthur/ Ever since your letter came I've been trying to think how to answer it - but I have decided that my literary

  46  
Biala, Janice ALS to Arthur Mizener
Paris; Dear Arthur/ So glad to hear from you. The dates you mention will find us waiting impatiently for you at the Gare St. Lazare

  46  
Biala, Janice ALS to Arthur Mizener
Paris; Dear Arthur/ Your letter just came - I was not joking about coming to Brighton - but our plans are always loose

  46  
Biala, Janice ALS to Arthur Mizener
Paris; Dear Arthur/ I didn't write because I didn't know where to - I am so glad you thought of writing me.

  46  
Biala, Janice ALS to Arthur Mizener
Paris; Dear Arthur/ We aren't coming to England after all. This whole month is loaded with visitors from abroad

  46  
Biala, Janice ALS to Arthur Mizener
Paris; Dear Arthur/ Your letter as usual contains much nourishment for the aging grey cells. I did not know that MacShane's book is not coming out

  46  
Biala, Janice ALS to Arthur Mizener
Paris; Dear Arthur/ This is just un petit mot to tell you that I have not your London address. I haven't anything special

  46  
Biala, Janice ALS to Arthur Mizener
Paris; Dear Arthur/ I had your London address all this time without knowing it! Stupid that I am

  46  
Biala, Janice ALS to Arthur Mizener
Paris; Dear Arthur/ It is too late to wish you both a merry Xmas but it's not too late to wish you a very happy new year

  46  
Biala, Janice ALS to Arthur Mizener
Paris; Dear Arthur/ What a good friend you are! I am so grateful to you for your prompt letter and advice

  46  
Biala, Janice ALS to Arthur Mizener
Paris; Dear Arthur/ What a long time since I heard from you! We are in the midst of building our second floor

  46  
Biala, Janice ALS to Arthur Mizener
Paris; Dear Arthur/ Thank you very much indeed for getting Ladies Whose Bright Eyes xeroxed. I am more obliged

  46  
Biala, Janice ALS to Arthur Mizener
Paris; Dear Arthur/ I hope this finds you and Rosemary basking on a sunny beach surrounded by your grandchildren

  46  
Biala, Janice ALS to Arthur and Rosemary Mizener
Paris; My dears/ Merry Christmas and a most happy new year to you both. Julie has come back the the attack

  46  
Biala, Janice ALS to Arthur and Rosemary Mizener
[Paris] Dear Arthur Dear Rosemary/ This is to wish you both a VERY happy new year - and to ask what I have done

  46  
Biala, Janice AL[postcard]S to Arthur Mizener
Sousse; My dears/ I haven't heard from you for ages. How are you? How's the book coming

  46  
Biala, Janice ALS to Arthur Mizener
Paris; Dear Arthur/ Your letter jus came and has thrown me in a moral tizzy. Of course I think there should be a portrait of Ford

  46  
Biala, Janice AL[postcardd]S to Arthur and Rosemary Mizener
London; My dears/ What an age since we've heard from you!!! This is to say hello

  46  
Biala, Janice ALS to Arthur Mizener
Paris; Dear Arthur/ Your letter of Aug.22 asking me to tell you about Ford and me has thrown me in a tizzy

  46  
Biala, Janice ALS to Arthur Mizener
Paris; Dear Arthur/ You're dead right about Ford and money - he didn't give a damn about it.

  46  
Biala, Janice ALS to Arthur Mizener
Paris; Dear Arthur/ About the papers: I know that things change - so I know that there existed a possibility that the situation might not be the same

  46  
Biala, Janice ALS to Arthur Mizener
Paris; Dear Arthur/ This is not in reply to your letter - but to ask for some information - when did Elsie Hueffer die -

  46  
Biala, Janice ALS to Arthur Mizener
Paris; Dear Arthur/ I've had you on my mind for a long time; but I hoped I would hear from you first

  46  
Biala, Janice AL[postcard]S to Arthur Mizener
Santiago de Compostela; Dear Rosemarie, dear Arthur, The grandur of this famous place is somewhat everwhelming. We love the popular quarters

  46  
Biala, Janice ALS to Arthur Mizener
Paris; Dear Arthur and Romsemary/ We are going to be in New York from Nov.29 to Dec.13 at my brothers.

  46  
Biala, Janice AL[postcard]S to Arthur Mizener
New York; Dear Arthur/ Is there any chance that you and Rosemary will come to New York beford Dec.13,

  46  
Biala, Janice ALS to Rosemary Mizener
Paris; Dear Rosemary/ As you suspect Arthur did not write me the good? the bad? news that the die is cast

  46  
Biala, Janice AL[postcard]S to Arthur Mizener
Le Touquet; Dear Arthur/ Your letter came just as we were leaving for above - I note the mass is coming

  46  
Biala, Janice ALS to Arthur Mizener
[Paris] Dear Arthur/ Thank you for your very considerate letter and for your & Rosemary's sympathy

  46  
Biala, Janice ALS to Arthur Mizener
Paris; Dear Arthur/ I have tried for days to write you about the book & tried, as you asked me to,

  46  
Biala, Janice ALS to Arthur Mizener
Paris; Dear Arthur/ I am truly obliged to you for your very kind letter and am very glad we are still friends

  46  
Biala, Janice ALS to Arthur Mizener
Paris; Dear Arthur/ O.K. I accept your kind, generous and unvain offer to go through the book and revise wherever you can

  46  
Biala, Janice ALS to Arthur Mizener
Paris; Dear Arthur/ Thanks for your letter of September 27 and contents thereof. If it's not too late

  46  
Biala, Janice ALS to Arthur Mizener
[Paris] Dear Arthur/ Your publisher sounds just like Ford's publishers. They did not send the books of course and like you,

  46  
Biala, Janice ALS to Arthur Mizener
Paris; Dear Arthur/ Just a line to say THE SADDEST STORY & the gloomiest looking book, has arrived

  46  
Biala, Janice ALS to Arthur Mizener
Paris; Dear Arthur/ I am enclosing a copy of the letter I wrote to the New Yorker. I can't recollect anything

  46  
Biala, Janice ALS to Arthur Mizener
[Paris] Dear Arthur/ How are you and Rosemary? I hope you are both well and thriving; with us old age is catching up

  46  
Biala, Janice ALS to Arthur Mizener
Paris; Dear Arthur/ I'm so glad Rosemary is all right - and in fact that you bothe are. You don't have to worry

  46  
Biala, Janice ALS to Arthur Mizener
Paris; Dear Arthur & Rosemary/ Thanks for your letter. I wrote to ask Katharine what she wanted [Gift of Arthur and Rosemary Mizener]

  46  
Biala, Janice ALS to Arthur Mizener
[Paris] Dear Arthur/ First of all I want to thank you for your trouble [Gift of Arthur and Rosemary Mizener]

  46  
Biala, Janice ALS to Arthur Mizener
[Paris] Dear Arthur/ How nice of you to write me when you must be in such a dither [Gift of Arthur and Rosemary Mizener]

  46  
Biala, Janice ALS to Arthur Mizener
[Paris] Dear Arthur/ Ever since your last letter there's hardly a day when I've not thought of Rosemarie [Gift of Arthur and Rosemary Mizener]

  46  
Biala, Janice TL[copy] to the Oxford University Press
New York; Dear Sirs, Great Trade Route/ Will you please let me have the amended copies of the wrappers of the above?

  46  
Biala, Janice TL[copy] to the Oxford University Press
Paris; Dear Sirs, Mr. Ford tells me that your Mr. Lowry has informed him that you do not intend to publish my illustrations

  46  
Biala, Janice TL[copy] Xenia Scriabine
[Toulon?] Dear Miss Scriabine, Agreeable to your request of the 19th inst. I send you a biographical sketch of Mr. Ford

  46  
Biala, Janice AL[draft] to T. R. Smith
[Paris] Dear Sir/ Your letter of December 8th to Mr. Ford forces me to write to you in the hope of making you understand

  46  
Biala, Janice AL[draft] to T. R. Smith
Paris; Dear Sir/ Thank you for your letter of the 14th January which unfortunately in no way reassures me

  46  
Biala, Janice AL[copy]S to Allene Talmey
[n.p.] Dear Miss Talmey/ I haven't yet had the letter of confirmation for the article

  46  
Biala, Janice AL[copy]S to Allene Talmey
[Clarksville] Dear Miss Talmey/ I hope you duly received the mss & drawings of Nashville

  46  
Biala, Janice TL[copy]S to Allene Talmey
[n.p.] Dear Miss Talmey/ According to our present intentions the cities I shall make portraits of will be Denver, [Originally catalogued with Ford correspondence]

  46  
Biala, Janice TL[copy]S to Allene Talmey
[Olivet?] Dear Miss Talmey/ Ford has received a cheque for $150 in payment for his Nashville article

  46  
Biala, Janice [Printed] Clippings and Notices of Exhibitions
Denver, Detroit; [2 newspaper articles reveiwing Biala's exhibitions]

  Mapcase  
Bowen, Stella Drawing of Ford Madox Ford
[Pastel chalk drawing of Ford]

  Mapcase  
Bowen, Stella Drawing of Esther Julia Madox Ford
[Pastel chalk drawing of "Julie Madox Ford"]

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Bowen, Stella [Printed] Catalogues, form letters, etc. Concerning Bowen's exhibitions
[13 items of Bowen's exhibition announcements]

  47  
Bowen, Stella AM Notes on Ford's Publications
[6 various notes regarding Ford's writings]

  47  
Bowen, Stella ALS to Janice Biala
[London] Dear Janice/ As far as I know, the Allen Unwin contract is going through all right

  47  
Bowen, Stella ALS to Janice Biala
London; Dear Janice/ I fear it is impossible for Julie to go along to you this morning. We have got a terribly full day.

  47  
Bowen, Stella ALS to Janice Biala
London; Dear Janice/ In the course of my conversation with Mr. Unwin the other day, he suggested

  47  
Bowen, Stella ALS to Janice Biala
London; Dear Janice/ Ford no longer answers my letters so I am writing to you to ask you to help me

  47  
Bowen, Stella ALS to Janice Biala
London; Dear Janice/ I have got a picture to finish in the country where we were at Easter



  47  
Bowen, Stella ALS to Janice Biala
London; Dear Janice/ I have received the ms of Ford's new book safely. I am very glad to have a free hand

  47  
Bowen, Stella ALS to Janice Biala
London; Dear Jance/ I have seen David Higham of Curtis Brown & asked him to handle both the novel

  47  
Bowen, Stella ALS to Janice Biala
[London] Dear Janice/ I have just received your letter of September 28th & meanwhile you will have had mine

  47  
Bowen, Stella ALS to Janice Biala
London; Dear Janice/ Julie has breceived the copy of "Provence" which we have both enjoyed

  47  
Bowen, Stella ALS to Janice Biala
London; Dear Janice/ The enclosed speaks for itself. Can Ford elucidate the matter of the "experimental" story

  47  
Bowen, Stella ALS to Janice Biala
London; Dear Janice/ Julie's visit to you seems to have been a great success - she enjoyed herself

  47  
Bowen, Stella ALS to Janice Biala
[London] Dear Janice/ Thanks for your letter and "Turgenev" which shall be tried on the XIX & S. James.

  47  
Bowen, Stella ALS to Janice Biala
[London] Dear Janice/ Green now writes that Putnam's are interested in Ford's books & are looking

  47  
Bowen, Stella ALS to Janice Biala
London; Dear Janice/ I am hoping to send Julie to Francer on the 29th (Monday) but I cannot be absolutely sure of the exact day

  47  
Bowen, Stella ALS to Janice Biala
London; Dear Janice/ I wrote to you at Monte Carol, but do not know whether you went there. I enclosed letters from Kellmann

  47  
Bowen, Stella ALS to Janice Biala
London; Dear Janice/ Our telephone conversation of yesterday made me very happy, not only because it means something

  47  
Bowen, Stella ALS to Janice Biala
Funchal; Dear Janice/ I have just received the enclosed, which speaks for itself. I wish to register the strongest

  47  
Bowen, Stella ALS to Janice Biala
Cagnes; Dear Janice/ Would it not be better for John Green to have your address direct? This has become very battered

  47  
Bowen, Stella ALS to Janice Biala
London; Dear Janice/ These proofs have come from Mr. Scott-James but I am sure that Ford would wish to correcct

  47  
Bowen, Stella ALS to Janice Biala
London; Dear Janice/ I have found a new young literary agent called Green, who will be glad enough to handle Ford's work.

  47  
Bowen, Stella ALS to Janice Biala
[London] Dear Janice/ I should have thanked you for Scott James' cheque & the mss. before this

  47  
Bowen, Stella ALS to Janice Biala
[London] Dear Janice/ I have just had a letter from the News Chronicle offering me 35 pounds down for Ford's story "Pearls"

  47  
Bowen, Stella ALS to Janice Biala
London; Dear Janice/ Julie wrote to her father 4 or 5 days ago so I suppose you will realise by this time

  47  
Bowen, Stella AL[fragment] to Janice Biala
[n.p.] ...I must tell Green about the transposed books, & get him to clear up the matter of the various advances.[Julian Loewe papers]

  47  
Bowen, Stella ALS to Janice Biala
London; Dear Janice/ Thanks for "Vive le Roy" . I am telling Green to tell John Lane that if they will advance

  47  
Bowen, Stella AL[draft]S to Janice Biala
[London] Dear Janice/ Thanks for Vive le Roy. I am telling Green to tell Lane that if they will advance [Julian Loewe papers]

  47  
Bowen, Stella ALS to Janice Biala
[London] Dear Janice/ Mr. Green has got the chapters of Ford's book & I am writing to him to send them

  47  
Bowen, Stella ALS to Janice Biala
London; Dear Janice/ Here at last is the Allen Unwin agreement. They have put in a tiresome clause

  47  
Bowen, Stella ALS to Janice Biala
London; Dear Janice/ Here is Ford's contract, & the cheque has come. Please take this 5 pounds towards the drawings -

  47  
Bowen, Stella ALS to Janice Biala
[London] Dear Janice/ I was awfully sorry to get such depressing news of you a month ago. Things sounded

  47  
Bowen, Stella ALS to Janice Biala
[London] Dear Janice/ Mr. Green is doing fairly well, i think. The young publisher Müller, has offered 50 pounds for Province [sic]

  47  
Bowen, Stella ALS to Janice Biala
London; Dear Janice/ We were so pleased with Ford's last letter to Julie. He was obviously feeling extremely cheerful!

  47  
Bowen, Stella ALS to Janice Biala
London; Dear Janice/ I do hope Ford will be pleased with his press here. I enclose the only two notices I have seen,

  47  
Bowen, Stella ALS to Janice Biala
London; My dear Janice/ I don't know where you are by now, but no doubt the Tates will forward this

  47  
Bowen, Stella TLS to Janice Biala
London; My dear Janice, I am really very distressed to hear about Ford's state of health.

  47  
Bowen, Stella ALS to Janice Biala
[London] Dear Janice/ Our telephone conversation of yesterday made me very happy. [Julian Loewe papers]

  47  
Bowen, Stella AL[fragment] to Janice Biala
[n.p.] Dear Janice/ I was awfully sorry to get your dismal news of a month ago. [Julian Loewe papers]

  47  
Bowen, Stella AL[draft]S to Janice Biala
[London] Dear Janice/ You will presumably have had a cable from Mr. Stanley Unwin before you receive this, [Julian Loewe papers]

  47  
Bowen, Stella ALS to Janice Biala
[London] Dear Janice/ You will presumably have had a cable from Mr. Stanley Unwin before you receive this

  47  
Bowen, Stella AL[draft]S to Janice Biala
[London] Dear Janice/ In the course of my conversation with Mr. Unwin the other day he suggested that I [Julian Loewe papers]

  47  
Bowen, Stella ALS to Janice Biala
[London] Dear Janice/We are of course intensely distressed by your letter. You are, however, asking a much bigger sacrifice

  47  
Bowen, Stella AL[draft] to Janice Biala
[Yorkshire] Dear J/ By ill luck your cable reaches me in the wilds of Yorkshire where I am painting [Julian Loewe papers]

  47  
Bowen, Stella AL[draft]S to Janice Biala
[London] My dear Janice/ This is a shockingly belated answer to your good letter - but I believe we are alike [Julian Loewe papers]

  47  
Bowen, Stella ALS[draft] to Janice Biala
[London] My dear Janice - Do forgive pencil - I am writing in bed where I have retired [Julian Loewe papers]

  47  
Bowen, Stella TL[carbon] to Janice Biala
London; My dear Janice, Julie is going to type this for me, as I am in bed [Julian Loewe papers]

  47  
Bowen, Stella ALS to Janice Biala
[London] My dear Janice/ I was sitting up by the fire for the first time today [Julian Loewe papers]

  47  
Bowen, Stella TL[copy]S to William A. Bradley
Paris; Dear Bradley/ There seems to be no comment to be made on Ford's last letter. His letter of June 12th settled the point

  47  

[Number 36 seems to have been skipped]

  47  
Bowen, Stella TL[copy] to Ford
London; Darling- I'm feeling that I oughtn't to have let you go alone and unequipped [Julian Loewe papers]

  47  
Bowen, Stella TL[copy] to Ford
[Removed and refiled in Box 47, folder 43.5]

  47  
Bowen, Stella TL[copy,fragment?] to Ford
London; ...Darling- I feel endless energy welling up inside me for this enterprise of ours

  47  
Bowen, Stella TL[copy] to Ford
London; Darling- You do write such nice satisfactory letters, which really sound as tho' you are happy

  47  
Bowen, Stella TL[copy] to Ford
London; Darling- I think the entresol might well be a dining room, except that it would be

  47  
Bowen, Stella TL[copy] to Ford
London; Darling- O dpm't know how much longer I can stick things here. I feel absolutely played out,

  47  
Bowen, Stella TL[copy] to Ford
London; Darling- Tom sails to-day. I had a letter this morning, saying that he couldn't get any more leave

  47  
Bowen, Stella TL[copy] to Ford
London; Darling- Peter called this afternoon, and I explained that you had wanted his introduction to Marsh

  47  
Bowen, Stella TL[copy] to Ford
Assisi; Darling- We arrived here last night and have had a heavenly day to-day. We are in an aged inn

  47  
Bowen, Stella TL[copy] to Ford
Assisi; Darling- Your darn'e religion is a queer thing. This morning I was feeling it was so good and pretty

  47  
Bowen, Stella TL[copy] to Ford
Paris; My darling- I am hoping so much for a radio today or tomorrow to say you've safely landed

  47  
Bowen, Stella TL[copy] to Ford
Paris; My darling- Your letter from the Savoie arrived this morning - also the p.c. for Julie from Havre

  47  
Bowen, Stella TL[copy] to Ford
Paris; My darling/ On Saturday night I got two letters from you very worried at having heard nothing from me

  47  
Bowen, Stella TL[copy] to Ford
Paris; My own darling/ This mail has so far only brought me 2 letters written Fri. 19th and Sat. 20th.,

  47  
Bowen, Stella TL[copy] to Ford
Oxford; My darling/ It is a whole week since I wrote to you, which you must please forgive on account of the travelling

  47  
Bowen, Stella TL[copy] to Ford
Paris; My dear/ I was relieved to get your 2 letters of Oct. 1st, Oct. 3rd this morning. It is a long time

  47  
Bowen, Stella TL[copy] to Ford
Paris; My dear/ There was not much news in your last letter of the 19th as you were still awaiting the Boni contract

  47  
Bowen, Stella TL[copy] to Ford
Paris; My dear/ I believe I missed the last mail but I know I wrote a long letter last week.

  47  
Bowen, Stella TL[copy] to Ford
Paris; My dear/ I am so very sorry to have missed the last mail because if you do sail on the 14th you will never get this.

  47  
Bowen, Stella TL[copy] to Ford
Paris; My dear/ I am very touched by all the tributes in your New Year's letter, and enormously pleased with Last Post

  47  
Bowen, Stella TL[copy] to Ford
[n.p.] My dear/ I feel I ought to write something definite to you just as soon as possible, so that you may make your own plans

  47  
Bowen, Stella ALS to Ford
New York; My dear Ford/ I have been puting off writing to you until I could foresee a definite date for my return.

  47  
Bowen, Stella ALS to Ford
[Thonon-les-Bains] Dear Ford/ This is to announce that I've arrived safely after a pleasant journey

  47  
Bowen, Stella ALS to Ford
[Paris?] Dear Ford/ I have written to Bradley that, since you long ago assigned to me all the English royalties,

  47  
Bowen, Stella ALS to Ford
[Paris] Dear Ford/ I return you herewith Cape's proposed agreement for "The Rash Act"

  47  
Bowen, Stella ALS to Ford
[London] Dear Ford/ Many thanks for the three chapters - they look entrancing, but I haven't had time

  47  
Bowen, Stella ALS to Ford
London; Dear Ford/ I have not acknowledged the las consignments of "Towards Tomorrow" since they were registered

  47  
Bowen, Stella ALS to Ford
London; Dear Ford/ Of course I will let you know as soon as I've definite news about Towards Tomorrow.

  47  
Bowen, Stella ALS to Ford
Grafton; Dear Ford/ I have just had a second letter from Faber & Faber saying they very much like to be allowed

  47  
Bowen, Stella ALS to Ford
Grafton; Dear Ford/ The enclosed is the first offer I have had for "Towards Tomorrow" & you see it is not a very good one.

  47  
Bowen, Stella ALS to Ford
London; Dear Ford/ I'm very glad to hear from you. Mr. Richard de la Mare has promised to write to me

  47  
Bowen, Stella ALS to Ford
[London] Just a line to tell you that Faber now wants till next Tuesday to consider "Towards Tomorrow"

  47  
Bowen, Stella ALS to Ford
London; Dear Ford/ Still no word from Faber. I am keeping Bradley au courant with what I am doing

  47  
Bowen, Stella ALS to Ford
London; Dear Ford/ I have just received your letter. I am horribly depressed about the Boissonade

  47  
Bowen, Stella ALS to Ford
London; Dear Ford/ I am told that if you will date, sign, & return to me the enclosed letter - the carbon copy is for you

  47  
Bowen, Stella ALS to Ford
London; Dear Ford/ Thanks very much for the document. Jenny Bradley writes that you have sent them a copy,

  47  
Bowen, Stella ALS to Ford
London; Dear Ford/ Evans of Heineman is delighted with your memoirs & will pay 100 [pounds ]advance

  47  
Bowen, Stella ALS to Ford
London; Dear Ford/ Your lettter followed me into the Cotswolds & back, so I have only just received it.

  47  
Bowen, Stella ALS to Ford
London; Dear Ford/ Julie's school cap & blazer were not packed when she left you. Will you please send them

  47  
Bowen, Stella ALS to Ford
London; Dear Ford/I am going to answer your letter point by point. And I am going to say right at the start

  47  
Bowen, Stella ALS to Ford
London; Dear ford/ Julie tells me that you would like to visit the school. The address id King Alfred School,

  47  
Bowen, Stella ALS to
London; Dear Ford/ You have often asked me to arrange for the legal assignment to me of your English royalties,

  47  
Bowen, Stella ALS to
[London] Dear Ford/ You are right in your guess that I have never has your assignment of English royalties registered,

  47  
Bowen, Stella ALS to
[London] Dear Ford/ Your cable reached us last Tuesday delayed by an absence from town

  47  
Bowen, Stella ALS to


  47  
Bowen, Stella AL[draft] to Graham Greene
[London] Dear Mr. Graham Greene/ I have at last succeeded in extracating [sic] Ford's literary affairs [Julian Loewe papers]

  47  
Bowen, Stella AL[draft] to Graham Greene
[London] Dear Mr. Graham Greene/ It is delightful to hear that one of one's most admired writers [Julian Loewe papers]

  47  
Bowen, Stella ALS[draft] to David Higham
[n.p.] Dear David Higham/ I send you herewith 1. A copy of Ford's assignment of royalties [With drafts of other letters to Higham and Stanley Unwin.] [ Julian Loewe papers]

  47  
Bowen, Stella ALS to David Higham
[London] Dear Mr. Higham/ I have pleasure in returning Graham Greene's contract, duly signed [Julian Loewe papers]

  47  
Bowen, Stella AL[draft] to Mary R. Humphrys
[London] Dear Miss humphries - I would most willingly help you - but unfortunately my information is far from complete. [Julian Loewe papers]

  47  
Bowen, Stella AL[telegram]S to Violet Hunt
Redcar; Have rung up to see how Ford really is and shall stay till you come

  47  
Bowen, Stella ALS to Katherine Hueffer Lamb
[Chelsea My dear Katharine/ I have a very bad conscience about lhaving let a whole month slip by without answering

  47  
Bowen, Stella ALS to
[n.p.] Tres Chere - J'espere avoir une lettre de toi demain. Je n'ai pas encore vue Auntie Phyllis [Julian Loewe papers]

  47  
Bowen, Stella AL[postcard]S to Esther Julia Madox Loewe
[London] Darling/ Will you please come home with Cordy on Friday as I shall be at Aunti Phyllis's [Julian Loewe papers]

  47  
Bowen, Stella AL[postcard]S to Esther Julia Madox Loewe
[London] Darling - I bought this after I saw you off - I have got an off-white linen hat [Julian Loewe papers]

  47  
Bowen, Stella ALS to Esther Julia Madox Loewe
[Randa Pike?] Darling One - I've just had your letter written at the week-end. I'm hoping very much [Julian Loewe papers]

  47  
Bowen, Stella ALS to J.B. Pinker & Son
London; Dear Sirs. Ford Macox Ford/ As you will observe from the enclosed assignment I am entitled to all moneys [Enclosed is additional correspondence between Bowen and Pinker and 2 TLS from the Board of Trade to Bowen] [Julian Loewe papers]

  47  
Bowen, Stella ALS to J. B. Pinker & Son
[n.p.] Dear Mr. Steele/ I have to adknowledge with thanks your cheque [Enclosed with a leaf containing Steele's address] [Julian Loewe papers]

  47  
Bowen, Stella AL[draft] to Stanley Unwin
[London] Dear Mr. U. With ref. to our conversation of this morning, as I thought I have got here theoriginal ms. copy [Julian Loewe papers]

  47  
Bowen, Stella AL[draft] to Stanley Unwin
[London] Dear Mr. Unwin, I have now received through Pinkers two Duckworth statements with regard to the Tietiens [Julian Loewe papers]

  47  
Bowen, Stella AL[carbon] to Stanley Unwin
London; Dear Mr. Stanley Unwin, I have just heard from Janice Biala of her payment to you [Julian Loewe papers]

  47  
Bowen, Stella AL[draft] to Stanley Unwin
[London] Dear Mr. Stanley Unwin/ It is extremely kind of you to take such a friendly interest [ With 2 AL[draft] from Bowen to Unwin] [Julian Loewe papers]

  47  
Bowen, Stella AL[draft] to Stanley Unwin
[London] Dear Sir Stanley/ Please forgive me for addressing you incorrrectly in my last letter [Julian Loewe papers]

  47  
Bowen, Stella ALS to Rachel Wolodofsky
London; Dear Madam/ I have written to Pinker about the points raised in your letter of the 3rd inst.

  47a  
Bowen, Stella TL[transcripts] to Ford
[These transcripts were made by Julia Loewe for a book of Ford's and Bowen's letters which was never completed. Some of the transcripts are edited versions of the originals. In many cases Cornell has the original furnished by Julian Loewe; in many cases Cornell has the copy Bowen made.A few of the transcripts are the only copy Cornell has; although in some cases Cornell has all three. These can be found in Box 47 and Box 47a as they were added to the collection at different times.]

  47a  
Bowen, Stella ALS to Ford
[London] Darling- I'm feeling that I oughtn't to have let you go alone & unequipped [Julian Loewe papers]

  47a  
Bowen, Stella ALS to Ford
London; Darling- Thanks so much for the salad & the pansies! They arrived this morning [Julian Loewe papers]

  47a  
Bowen, Stella ALS to Ford
London; Darling. darling - This is still Thursday but I can't go to bed without saying something. [Julian Loewe papers]

  47a  
Bowen, Stella ALS to Ford
[Lodon] Darling - I got your two letters together this morning (1st post) [Julian Loewe papers]

  47a  
Bowen, Stella ALS to Ford
[London] Darling- You do write such nice satisfactory letters, which really sound, now, [Julian Loewe papers]

  47a  
Bowen, Stella ALS to Ford
London; Darling- Tom has just been round, & says he will probably be in hospital [Julian Loewe papers]

  47a  
Bowen, Stella ALS to Ford
London; Darling-

  47a  
Bowen, Stella ALS to Ford
[London] Darling- Your two letters (Sat. & Sun.) came together by the first post this morning. [Julian Loewe papers]

  47a  
Bowen, Stella ALS to Ford
[London] Darling- I arrived home very muzzy last night, after slieeping in the train all the journey, [Julian Loewe papers]

  47a  
Bowen, Stella ALS to Ford
[London] Darling- I think the entresol might well be a dining room, except that it would be divorced from [Julian Loewe papers]

  47a  
Bowen, Stella ALS to Ford
[London] Darling- There is more to report about Violet. She rang up as soon as she got your letter - [Julian Loewe papers]

  47a  
Bowen, Stella ALS to Ford
[n.p.] I went to Clifford's on my way here, but there was no wire as yet. [Julian Loewe papers]

  47a  
Bowen, Stella ALS to Ford
[London] Darling- Violet has just rung up to say she's come back today, & to thank me for the picture. [Julian Loewe papers]

  47a  
Bowen, Stella ALS to Ford
[London] Darling- Of course you did right to have your neck attended to! How canyou have dallied [Julian Loewe papers]

  47a  
Bowen, Stella ALS to Ford
[London] Darling- I don't know how much long I can stick things here. I feel absolutely played [Julian Loewe papers]

  47a  
Bowen, Stella ALS to Ford
[London] Darling- Peter called this afternoon, & I explained that you had wanted his introduction [Julian Loewe papers]

  47a  
Bowen, Stella ALS to Ford
[London] Darling- I think I ought to post my letter to V. at once, as she will be seeing Dolleymore [Enclosed is Bowen's AL[copy]S to Hunt] [Julian Loewe papers]

  47a  
Bowen, Stella ALS to Ford
[London] Darling- Tom sails today. I had a letter this morning, saying that he couldn't get any [Julian Loewe papers]

  47a  
Bowen, Stella TL[telegram] to Ford
Paris; Sorry cannot consent Julie going New York all well here Thanks for remittance [Julian Loewe papers]

  47a  
Bowen, Stella ALS to Ford
Florence; Darling- I'm going to the Poste Restante this morning in the hopes of finding something for you. [Julian Loewe papers]

  47a  
Bowen, Stella ALS to Ford
Assisi; Darling- Your darn'd religion is a queer thing.This morning I was feeling that it was so good [Julian Loewe papers]

  47a  
Bowen, Stella ALS to Ford
Perugia; Darling/ We got back here early this morning & your little letter of Thurs. was waiting [Julian Loewe papers]

  47a  
Bowen, Stella ALS to Ford
Paris; My darling, I am hoping so much for a radio today or tomorrow to say you're safely landed. [Julian Loewe papers]

  47a  
Bowen, Stella ALS to Ford
Paris; My darling/ Your radio from New York has lifted a tremendous weight off my mind. [Julian Loewe papers]

  47a  
Bowen, Stella ALS to Ford
Paris; My Darling/ Your letter from the Savoie arrived this morning - also the p.c. for Julie [Julian Loewe papers]

  47a  
Bowen, Stella ALS to Ford
Paris; My darling/ Still no letter since you landed. You have been in New York [Julie encloses 1 leaf letter] [Julian Loewe papers]

  47a  
Bowen, Stella ALS to Ford
Paris; My Darling/ On Saturday night I got 2 letters from you , being worried at having had nothing [Julian Loewe papers]

  47a  
Bowen, Stella ALS to Ford
Paris; My darling- This is a dismal week for me because there is no mail in from U.S.A. [Julian Loewe papers]

  47a  
Bowen, Stella ALS to Ford
Paris; My Darling- You last batch of letters included the one about the Plaza lecture [Julian Loewe papers]

  47a  
Bowen, Stella ALS to Ford
[Paris] My Darling/ No letters from you on the Berengaria this week, which worries me a little [Julian Loewe papers]

  47a  
Bowen, Stella ALS to Ford
Paris; My Own Darling/ This mail has so far brought me only 2 letters written on Fri. [Julian Loewe papers]

  47a  
Bowen, Stella ALS to Ford
Paris; Darling - There have been nothing but slow boats to America lately so I am saving this up to go on the fast one [Julian Loewe papers]

  47a  
Bowen, Stella ALS to Ford
Paris; Darling/ Today is your birthday. I hope you are receiving my cable. I have not heard from you [Julian Loewe papers]

  47a  
Bowen, Stella ALS to Ford
Paris; My darling - Julie and I are off tomorrow morning at 9 o'clock for London. [Julian Loewe papers]

  47a  
Bowen, Stella ALS to Ford
Oxford; My darling/ It is a whole week since I wrote to you, which you mus please forgive [Julian Loewe papers]

  47a  
Bowen, Stella ALS to Ford
[Oxford] My darling - I am troubled by having had no letter from you since the one adressed [sic][Julian Loewe papers]

  47a  
Bowen, Stella ALS to Ford
Paris; My darling - I must rush this off to catch the boat today. I have had 2 letters from you [Julian Loewe papers]

  47a  
Bowen, Stella ALS to Ford
Paris; My darling dear - I have just had 3 letters from you, up till New Years morning,- [Julian Loewe papers]

  47a  
Bowen, Stella ALS to Ford
[Paris] Your cable giving Chicago address came this moring. I hope the Drakes will put you up [Julian Loewe papers]

  47a  
Bowen, Stella ALS to Ford
Paris; My Own Darling - The last mail brought me your Dedicatory Letter. I am so touched [Julian Loewe papers]

  47a  
Bowen, Stella ALS to Ford
Paris; My darling - I have had your 2 poor dismal letters from Chicago. I am so sad [Julian Loewe papers]

  47a  
Bowen, Stella ALS to Ford
Paris; My darling - I have 3 much more cheerful letters from Chicago, [Julian Loewe papers]

  47a  
Bowen, Stella ALS to Ford
Paris; My Dear/ I believe I missed the last mail but I know I wrote a long letter last week. [Julian Loewe papers]

  47a  
Bowen, Stella ALS to Ford
Paris; My dear - I've got your Springfield news and the batch of letters, [Julian Loewe papers]

  47a  
Bowen, Stella ALS to Ford
Paris; My dear- I have just tonight received your wire about Mrs. Goldring [Julian Loewe papers]

  47a  
Bowen, Stella ALS to Ford
[Paris] My Dear/ I am so very sorry to have missed the last mail because I suppose if you do sail [Julian Loewe papers]

  47a  
Bowen, Stella ALS to Ford
[Paris] My dear/ It is too sad you are not coming for Xmas. I am quite sure it can't be helped [Julian Loewe papers]

  47a  
Bowen, Stella ALS to Ford
Paris; My dear- I am very touched by all the tributes in your New Years letter [Julian Loewe papers]

  47a  
Bowen, Stella ALS to Ford
[n.p.] My dear- I did not arrive here until Saturday morning, having got hung up in London [Julian Loewe papers]

  47a  
Bowen, Stella ALS to Ford
[Paris] My dear Ford- I hope my wire about Julie's tonsils was a relief to you. [Julian Loewe papers]

  47a  
Bowen, Stella ALS to Ford
Aiguille d'Argentiere; Dear Ford- I will telegraph the concierge today to turn on the gas [Julian Loewe papers]

  47a  
Bowen, Stella ALS to Ford
[Paris] Dear F. I hope you will find everything all right in your apartment. [Julian Loewe papers]

  48  
Bradley, William Aspenwall TLS to Janice Biala
Paris; Dear Mrs. Ford, Just a word to thank you again for your friendly hospitality and the pleasant programme

  48  
Bradley, William Aspenwall ALS to Janice Biala
Paris; Dear Mrs. Ford, We were glad to get your letter & postcard. The letter arriving this evening

  48  
Bradley, William Aspenwall TLS.to Ford
Paris; Dear Ford, I find that the total number of copies of Joseph Conrad accounted for on the two statements

  48  
Bradley, William Aspenwall ALS to Ford
Paris; Dear Ford, I have now received the first envoi of your novel with the[erectional?] title

  48  
Bradley, William Aspenwall ALS to Ford
Paris; Dear Ford, I wrote you day before yesterday saying that Boni had cabled asking me to telegraph

  48  
Bradley, William Aspenwall ALS to Ford
Pareis; Dear Ford, Thank you for your welcoming letter. I am glad that there will be no difficulty

  48  
Bradley, William Aspenwall ALS to Ford
Paris; Dear Ford, I have just received your letter making Mrs. Brandt's

  48  
Bradley, William Aspenwall ALS to Ford
Paris; Dear Ford, I have written to Roth again, in the terms suggested by you, also to Boni

  48  
Bradley, William Aspenwall TLS to Ford
Paris; Dear Ford, I enclose for your attention two letters which arrived by last night's mail

  48  
Bradley, William Aspenwall TLS to Ford
Paris; Dear Ford, I have just received $500 by cable from Boni, via the Bankers Trust Co.

  48  
Bradley, William Aspenwall TLS to Ford
Paris; Dear Ford, Hard on the heels of the cabled transfer of $500 came this letter from the Bonis [Letter enclosed]

  48  
Bradley, William Aspenwall TLS to Ford
Paris; Dear ford, I received your letter this morning and since you seemed to leave the matter more or less

  48  
Bradley, William Aspenwall TLS to Ford
Paris; Dear Ford, I am sorry to have to take your time and bother you with my letters but since you have not

  48  
Bradley, William Aspenwall ALS to Ford
Paris; Dear Ford, I have just received the enclosed from Boni. Do you approve [Boni letter enclosed]

  48  
Bradley, William Aspenwall ALS to Ford
Paris; Dear Ford, I was about to send you the enclosed letter from Emmerich when the second mail brought one

  48  
Bradley, William Aspenwall TLS to Ford
Paris; Dear Ford, I know this business correspondence is a bore and breaks in on your writing time

  48  
Bradley, William Aspenwall AL[postcard]S to Ford
Paris; Dear Ford, Have just received royalty cheque from Boni & Little, Brown - nearling $300

  48  
Bradley, William Aspenwall TLS to Ford
Paris; Dear Ford, I received your recommande and at once framed the following weekend to Boni

  48  
Bradley, William Aspenwall ALS to Ford
Paris; Dear Ford, Don't, for heaven's sake, bother about the balance of that club bill. The Boni's are bound to pay

  48  
Bradley, William Aspenwall ALS to Ford
Paris; Dear Ford, I received the copy of your article "Pax" yesterday and it is going forward to Harper's

  48  
Bradley, William Aspenwall TLS to Ford
Paris; Dear Ford, I enclose copy of a second letter just received from Spingarn seeming to indicate that the affair

  48  
Bradley, William Aspenwall ALS to Ford
Paris; Dear Ford, Thank you for your two letters as well as for the [Pouns?] contract, the drawing by Juan Gris

  48  
Bradley, William Aspenwall TLS to Ford
Paris; Dear Ford, Your note received this morning crossed my post card intended to reassur you as to Boni's [2 leaves of royalty statements enclosed]

  48  
Bradley, William Aspenwall TLS to Ford
Paris; Dear Ford, I hand you herewith a cheque for 50.2.1, being the $300 for the last Harper's article

  48  
Bradley, William Aspenwall ALS to Ford
Paris; Dear Ford, I was glad to hear from Spingarn yesterday that everything was settled at last with the Boni's

  48  
Bradley, William Aspenwall ALS to Ford
Paris; Dear Ford, It was good to get your letter & learn that you have at last safely reached French soil

  48  
Bradley, William Aspenwall ALS to Ford
Paris; Dear Ford, Carl Brandt has just turned up here in Paris and we have been very thoroughly over your affairs [Receipt from Spingarn enclosed]

  48  
Bradley, William Aspenwall TLS to Ford
Paris; Dear Ford, Stella has now handed back to me the copy of your letter of 11 May which I submitted to her

  48  
Bradley, William Aspenwall TLS to Ford
Paris; Dear Ford, I have your letter of 18 June, with enclosures, and am sending you herewith copy of one from me to Stella

  48  
Bradley, William Aspenwall ALS to Ford
Paris; Dear Ford, I have just had a wire from Brandt (dated the 18th) saying that the royalties

  48  
Bradley, William Aspenwall ALS to Ford
Paris; Dear Ford, I have just received the balance of THAT SAME POOR MAN and the first part

  48  
Bradley, William Aspenwall ALS to Ford
Paris; Dear Ford, The cheque received from John Lane 8 October was for 5[pounds]16.1.

  48  
Bradley, William Aspenwall TLS to Ford
Paris; Dear Ford, It was good of you to write me so fully about hotel accommodations at Ajaccio

  48  
Bradley, William Aspenwall TLS to Ford
Paris; Dear Ford, I am sorry to have been so long in answering your letter of 14 April,

  48  
Bradley, William Aspenwall TLS to Ford
Paris; Dear Ford, I wrote to Duckworth on receipt of your letter and he answered with many apologies

  48  
Bradley, William Aspenwall TLS to Ford
Paris; My dear Ford, There was really no need for you to write me so long a letter or enter into so many explanations

  48  
Bradley, William Aspenwall TLS to Ford
Paris; Dear Ford, I received your cable and am sending you today, by registered post, the manuscript

  48  
Bradley, William Aspenwall TLS to Ford
Paris; Dear Ford, The amount paid by Dent for permission to use an extract from A MAN COULD STAND UP

  48  
Bradley, William Aspenwall TLSto Ford
I have been waiting before writing to you to have confirmation from Trask that the Champion

  48  
Bradley, William Aspenwall TLS to Ford
Paris; Dear Mr. Ford, We are sending you with this letter two packages just received from Messrs Ray Long

  48  
Bradley, William Aspenwall TLS to Ford
Paris; Dear Mr. Ford, We are sending you herewith enclosed our cheque [Signed Xenia Sciabine]

  48  
Bradley, William Aspenwall ALS to Ford
Paris; Dear Ford, I have your letter & send you herewith my cheque for frs. 500. The last time I tried to deposit a cheque

  48  
Bradley, William Aspenwall TLS to Ford
Paris; Dear Ford, I have just received yours of the 19th and find it a little difficult to give a definite reaction

  48  
Bradley, William Aspenwall TLS to Ford
Paris; Dear Ford, Thank you for yours of the 23rd with a copy of your agreement with Liveright

  48  
Bradley, William Aspenwall TLS to Ford
Paris; Dear Ford, Here is the copy of your letter to Liveright, of which I have kept one myself

  48  
Bradley, William Aspenwall ALS to Ford
Paris; Dear Ford, I forgot to ask you, in my last letter, whether you had had any recent word from Pillement

  48  
Bradley, William Aspenwall TLS to Ford
Paris; Dear Ford, I am sorry you feel as you do about Hartman. I can't say I like the lad any too well myself.

  48  
Bradley, William Aspenwall TLS to Ford
Paris; Dear Mr. Ford, As requested in Mrs. Ford's letter of the 6th, we wired you yesterday [Signed K. Green]

  48  
Bradley, William Aspenwall TLS to Ford
Paris; Dear Ford, I am sorry to be so late in answering your letter of the 8th but I had of course to get in touch with Hartman,

  48  
Bradley, William Aspenwall TLS to Ford
Paris; Dear Mr. Ford, Mr. Bradley has asked me to return the enclosed letters to you [Signed K. Green]

  48  
Bradley, William Aspenwall TLS to Ford
Paris; Dear Ford, I was delighted to have a chance to read the opening chapters of the HISTORY, [Enclosed is 1 newspaper clipping and 1 leaf of a royalty statement]

  48  
Bradley, William Aspenwall ALS to Ford
Paris; Dear Ford, Thank you for yours of the first. No, Jenny has made no offer for LADIES WHOSE BRIGHT EYES

  48  
Bradley, William Aspenwall TLS to Ford
Paris; Dear Ford, I have just heard from Hartman, who likes your Riviera article and who is willing to commission another

  48  
Bradley, William Aspenwall TLS to Ford
Paris; Dear Ford, What you said the other day and now repeat in your pneumatique received last night [Extract of TL to Richard R. Smith, Dec. 27, 1932, enclosed]

  48  
Bradley, William Aspenwall ALS to Ford
Paris; Dear Ford, Lippincott has made an offer for your new book of Memoirs, also for your next novel,

  48  
Bradley, William Aspenwall TLS to Ford
Paris; Dear Ford, Here are the contracts with the corrections on the last pages. Please note that,

  48  
Bradley, William Aspenwall TLS to Ford
Paris; Dear Ford, Here is Cape's contract for THE RASH ACT, with copies of his covering letter to me

  48  
Bradley, William Aspenwall TLS to Ford
Paris; Dear Ford, In answer to yours of yesterday, I will follow your instructions as to the conversion

  48  
Bradley, William Aspenwall TLS to Ford
I have just received the signed contract for THE RASH ACT from Cape, together with a cheque

  48  
Bradley, William Aspenwall ALS to Ford
Paris; Dear Ford, In answer to yours of yesterday, I have received no cheque from L & S for the jacket design

  48  
Bradley, William Aspenwall TLS to Ford
Paris; Dear Ford, The English Review would like to have your last article (Galsworthy and Moore)

  48  
Bradley, William Aspenwall TLS to Ford
Paris; Dear Ford, I have your letter of the 8th, which arrived yesterday only, and I hasten to assure you

  48  
Bradley, William Aspenwall ALSto Ford
Paris; Dear Ford, Thank you for yours of the 22nd inst. with statements. I note you say you never had one for A MAN COULD STAND UP

  48  
Bradley, William Aspenwall TLS to Ford
Paris; Dear Ford, I received your telegram last night and am delighted to learn that the book is finished.

  48  
Bradley, William Aspenwall TLS to Ford
Paris; Dear Ford, Lippincott have now cabled me that the manuscript of your Memoirs has safely arrived. [Lippincott account statement enclosed]

  48  
Bradley, William Aspenwall TLS to Ford
Jun.16, 1933 In answer to your letter of the 3rd, I do not know whether Lippincott have bought france for the remainder of the advance due

  48  
Bradley, William Aspenwall ALS to Ford
Jun.16, 1933 My office recalls forwarding to you some books sent to my care by the Saturday Review, but naturally [Newspaper clipping from "Times" re: Ray Long and Richard R. Smith Inc. enclosed]

  48  
Bradley, William Aspenwall to Ford
Paris; Dear Mr. Ford, We have just received from Messrs. J.B. Lippincott the sum [Signed Xenia Scriabine]

  48  
Bradley, William Aspenwall TLS to Ford
Paris; Dear Mr. Ford, In the absence of Mr. Bradley, who is still away for a few days longer [Signed Xenia Scriabine]

  48  
Bradley, William Aspenwall TLS to Stella Bowen
Paris; Dear Mrs. Bowen, We are sending you herewith enclosed the contract for the British right [Signed by X. Scriabine]

  48  
Bradley, William Aspenwall TLS to Ford
Paris; Cher Ford, En l'abscence de mon mari, qui va beaucoup plus mieux mais ne sera de retour [Sined by Jenny S. Bradley (Mrs. William A.)]

  48  
Bradley, William Aspenwall TLS to Ford
Paris; Cher Ford, Je recois votre lettre du 30 janvier et, bien que Bie soit rentre [Sined by Jenny S. Bradley (Mrs. William A.)]

  48  
Bradley, William Aspenwall TLS to Ford
Paris; Ford, I have your letter enclosing a copy of yours to Jefferson Jones. I am returning this herewith,

  48  
Bradley, William Aspenwall to Ford


  48  
Bradley, William Aspenwall TLS to Ford
Paris; Dear Mr. Ford, We encose herewith the two contracts, en double exemplaire, duly signed by Mr. Jones [Signed Xenia Scriabine]

  48  
Bradley, William Aspenwall to Ford
Paris; Dear Mr. Ford, We have now received from Messrs. Lippincott and cheque for amounts due [Signed Xenia Scriabine]

  48  
Bradley, William Aspenwall TLS to Ford
Paris; Dear Mr. Ford, We have now recieved from Messrs. J. B. Lippincott the second half of the advance [Signed Xenia Sciabine]

  48  
Bradley, William Aspenwall TLS to Ford
Paris; Dear Mr. Ford, We are sending you herewith enclosed royalty statement to June 30, 1934. [Signed Xenia Sciabine]

  48  
Bradley, William Aspenwall TLSto Ford
Paris; Dear Mr. Ford, We have just received a letter from Mr. Jones saying that several of Lippincott's [ Signed Xenia Sciabine]

  49  
Blackemore, Trevor TLS to Violet Hunt
London; My dear Violet/ I was so very sorry not to be able to accept your very kind invitation yesterday, [Violet Hunt papers]

  49  
Blacknett, Mr. from John Bowles
[An envelope from John Bowes to Mr. Blacknett in Newscastle on Lyne;] [Violet Hunt papers]

  49  
Blind, Mathilde ALS to Ford
[London] My dear Ford, Dr. Todhunter has just sent a ticket for his play "A Sicilian Idyll"

  49  
Blind, Mathilde ALS to Ford
[London] My dear Ford, Your letter this moment received. To tell you the truth I thought

  49  
Bliss, Douglas Percy ALS to Violet Hunt
London; Dear Mrs. Hunt, I am reading your "Wife of Rossetti" for the second time and feel a strange urge to write [Violet Hunt papers]

  49  
Blount, W. C. ALS to Alfred William Hunt
London; Sir, The Executive Council of the above Silver Fete have requested me to enclose a circular [Verso conains notes by Margaret Raine (Mrs. Alfred W. Hunt0 on Corsica] [Violet Hunt papers]

  49  
Blowe, Gertrude AL[postcard]S to Elsie Martindale Hueffer
[n.p.] With best wishes for Christmas.

  49  
Bobbs-Merrill Co. TLS to Ford
New York; Dear Mr. Ford, I have just sent you a cable telling you that we are greatly interested in your History of Our Own Time. [Signed Robert I. Center]

  49  
Bobbs-Merrill Co. TLS to Ford
New York; Dear Mr.Ford, Just after sending you a cable and letter last Saturday I received a note [Signed Robert I. Center]

  49  
Bobbs-Merrill Co. TLS to Ford
New York; Dear Mr. Ford, We have given your manuscript "A History of Our Own Time" very careful consideration [Signed Robert I. Center]

  49  
Bogan, Louise ALS to Janice Biala
[New York?] Dear Janice, You no doubt think me dead and no wonder seeing as your letter has gone unanswered for three months.

  49  
Bohenberger, Carol TLS to Ford
Jacksonville; Dear Mr. Ford, Permit me to intrude long enough to thank you for the beautiful article on Stephen Crane

  49  
Bok, Curtis ALS to Ford
Philadelphia; Dear Mr. Ford: I appreciate enormously your sending me a copy of your book

  49  
[Boluls?] ALS to Alfred William Hunt
Yourkshire; My Dear Sir, Please let the picture come at once, I shall be at home on Thursday; on Friday [Violet Hunt papers]

  49  
[Boluls?] to Alfred William Hunt
Yorkshire; My Dear Sir, I will take the picture; please finish it as carefully as possible

  49  
Bonelli, Jacques ALS to Bartolome & Signor Lionisi
[Corsica?] Caro Bartolome, e Signor Lionisi / Vengo per darvi il buon giorno a tuta due; come pure per avertirvi di darme

  49  
Boni, Albert & Charles, Inc. DS [Ford Statements of Account]
New York; [More than 50 statements of Ford account]

  49  
Boni, Alber & Charles, Inc. TL[printed] Press Release
New York; Publicity Notes from Albert & Charles Boni: "A Confession from Ford Madox Ford"

  49  

Removed and inserted into Box 49, folder 19.5

  49  
Boni, Albert & Charles, Inc. TLS to Ford
New York; Dear Mr. Ford: We have worked very hard on promotion work and sales on NO MORE PARADES [Signed Charles Boni, Jr.]

  49  
Boni, Albert & Charles, Inc. TL[copy to Arthur B. Spingarn
New York; Dear Sir: We have your letter of June 3rd in reference to the cancellation of Mr. Ford Madox Ford's contract [Signed Charles Boni, Jr.]

  49  
Boni & Liveright TLS to Ford
New York; Dear Mr. Ford: I am sendingyou a set of proofs of Mr. Pound's "Collected Poems" [Signed T.R. Smith] [Julian Loewe papers]

  49  
Boni & Liveright TLS to Ford
New York; Dear Mr. Ford: I am enclosing herewith our check for $300 as sthe first monthly payment [Signed Donald D. Friede]

  49  
Boni & Liveright TLS to Ford
New York; Dear Mr. Ford: Sorry for the delay on this check. Through an oversight I had not placed your contract [Signed Donald S. Friede]

  49  
Boni & Liveright TLS to Ford
New York; Dear Ford: No, I have not received the check, and nobody here has seen it [Signed Donald S. Friede]

  49  
Boni & Liveright TLS to Ford
New York; Dear Ford: I should have acknowledged your check before this, and I apologize [Signed Donald S. Friede]

  49  
Boni & Liveright TL[copy] to Arthur B. Spingarn
New York; Dear Mr. Spingarn: We have gone into every possible angle of the Ford-Boni-Boni & Liveright contract [Signed Donald S. Friede]

  49  
Boni & Liveright TL[copy] to Arthur B. Spingarn
New York; Dear Mr. Spingarn: After carefully considering the Ford Madox Ford situation [Signed Donald S. Friede]

  49  
Boodle, Walter T. AL[extract,copy] to J. B. Pinker
London; My dear Pinker: ... I have no hesitation whatever in advising you to have absolutely nothing to say [Entire letter in the Huntington Library]

  49  
The Bookman TLS to Ford
New York; My dear Ford: I should like very much to have that part of your introduction to "The Sisters" [Signed Burton Rascoe (Editor)]

  49  
Boots Booklovers Library TLS to G. Hueffer
London; Dear Sir, With reference to your application for a secondhand copy of "Ethics in the Future" [Signed F. Richardson, Head Librarian]

  49  
Borschitzky, G.T. ALS to Elsie Martindale Hueffer
London; Dear Miss Elsie/ Allow me to reach to you a sermon, today being Sunday:-

  49  
Bosanquet, Alys TL[copy]S to Violet Hunt
London; Dear Miss Hunt, I saw Mr. C[rawfurd] and told him I had met you in Paris, [Violet Hunt papers]

  49  
Bosanquet, Alys TL[fragment]S to Violet Hunt
Yorkshire; I don't see that anything is changed in that way. [Violet Hunt papers]

  49  
Boughton, George Henry ALS to Margaret R. Hunt (Mrs. A.W.0
London; Dear Mrs. Hunt/ Many thanks for your kind not of invitation. [Violet Hunt papers] [Violet Hunt papers]

  49  
Boughton, George Henry ALS to Violet Hunt
London; My dear Miss Violet/ It was very naughty of you to strip the very gloves from your generous hands [Violet Hunt papers]

  49  
Boughton, George Henry ALS to Violet Hunt
London; Dear Miss Violetta/ Thanks for your sweet and kind letter from us both [Violet Hunt papers]

  49  
Boughton, George Henry ALS to Violet Hunt
Kirriemuir, Scotland; DV/ It was most kind and sweet of you and Venice to look after [Violet Hunt papers]

  49  
Boughton, George Henry ALS to Violet Hunt
Kent; Dear {a violet blossom] You young "story"! The members day to varnish is not on Wednesday [Violet Hunt papers]

  49  
Boughton, George Henry ALS to Violet Hunt
Scotland; D. O. V./ Got your letter as I went through St. Marys Home this morning. [Violet Hunt papers]

  49  
Boughton, George Henry ALS to Violet Hunt
Scotland; D.V. (The O. meant "old"! I got your note all right and the paper but I blush to say [Violet Hunt papers]

  49  
Boughton, George Henry ALS to Violet Hunt
Suffolk, D V/ I did not reply and thank you for your interest arrent the picture [Violet Hunt papers]

  49  
Boughton, George Henry ALS to Violet Hunt
[London] D V/ It was most sweet of you to send me an early copy [Violet Hunt papers]

  49  
Bourret, J. ALS to Violet Hunt
Paris; Chere Madame, J'ai bien recu le livre "The Wife of Rossetti" que vour m'avez envoye. [Violet Hunt papers]

  49  
Bowen, Elizabeth ALS to Violet Hunt
Oxford; Dear Mrs. Hueffer/ Thank you so very much for your kind invitation - Alas, I cannot

  49  
Bower, Warren TLS to Ford
New York; My dear Mr. Ford: i have received a letter from Mr. Palmer, the present editor

  49  
Bowers, Thomas envelope
Darlington; Thos. Bowers [Envelope addressed to Bowers]

  49  
Brad[?], A. G. ALS to George Peacock
[n.p.] My dear Sir/ The accompanying documents are not addressed to me but Capt. Beaufort has allowed me to take [Written inside and ALS from Dominique Francois Jean Arago to Captain Francis Beaufort which has written inside an ALS to Edward Ellice from Arago] [Violet Hunt papers]

  49  
Bradon, Miss C. ALS to Violet Hunt
Durham, Dear Madame Huffer [sic]. At last I have tracked Violet Howell down: her Father was Mr. Samuel Howell [Violet Hunt papers]

  49  
Brandt & Brandt TDS Acknowledgement of receipt of two manuscripts: "English Country" and Mr. Croyd" from Ford
New York; [Signed Carl Brandt]

  49  
Brandt & Brandt TD Commissions received from Brandt by Ford
[New York] Lists of Ford commissions 1928 and 1929]

  49  
Brandt & Brandt to Ford
New York; Dear Mr. Ford: I was very sorry not to be able to see you when I was in Paris [Signed Zelma C. Brandt] [All Brandt correspondence listed by date]

  49  
Brandt & Brandt to William A. Bradley
New York; Dear Mr. Bradley:- I am enclosing a copy of my letter to Mr. Ford that has just crossed [Signed Zelma C. Brandt] [Enclosed her TL to Ford of Jan.27, 1926]

  49  
Brandt & Brandt to TLS Ford
New York; Dear Mr. Ford: I am so amused - but the unknown correspondent from 16 East 96th Street is Carl Brandt. [Signed Zelma Brandt]

  49  
Brandt & Brandt to TLS Ford
New York; Dear Mr. Ford: I think the BEAU SABREUR synopsis is fine and one on which I think we may be able [Signed Carl Brandt]

  49  
Brandt & Brandt TLS to Ford
New York; My dear Ford: Here is a copy of a letter from Collier's confirming our talk at luncheon the other day. [Signed Carl Bradt] [Included to TL[copy], of Oct. 26, 1927 of Collier's to Carl Brandt]

  49  
Brandt & Brandt TLS to Ford
New York; Dear Mr. Ford: We have today deposited to your account $1085.00 which represents $2000.000 we received [Signed Frieda Lubelle]

  49  
Brandt & Brandt TLS to Ford
New York; Dear Mr. Ford: It so happened that just after your letter to Carl came, I was seeing Mr. Woard of Jonathan Cape, [Signed Bernice Baumgarten]

  49  
Brandt & Brandt TLS to Ford
New York; Dear Ford: I have been spending two or three weeks in the hospital for that operation [Signed Carl Brandt]

  49  
Brandt & Brandt TLS to Ford
New York; Dear Mr. Ford: As per our telephone conversation of this morning, this is to confirm [Signed Frieda Lubelle]

  49  
Brandt & Brandt TLS to Ford
New York; Dear Mr. Ford: We have today deposited to your account our check for $100 [Signed Frieda Lubelle]

  49  
Brandt & Brandt TLS to Ford
New York; Dear Mr. Ford: You are quite right - there is $1500 due on A LITTLE LESS THAN GODS on delivery [Signed Bernice Baumgarten]

  49  
Brandt & Brandt TLS to Ford
New York; DearMr. Ford: As you know, the office has been closed for two weeks' vacation [Signed Bernice Baumgarten]

  49  
Brandt & Brandt TLS to Ford
New York; Dear Mr. Ford: I do hope that you got the money that was cabled and that everything else is perfectly straight. [Signed Bernice Baumgarten]

  49  
Brandt & Brandt to TLS Ford
New York; Dear Mr. Ford: According to your instructions, I cabled you yesterday that there was approximately $700 due from Boni [Signed Bernice Baumgarten]

  49  
Brandt & Brandt to TLS Ford
New York; Dear Mr. Ford: Travel Magazine is anxious to see any travel article you may do after your trip [Signed Freda F. Holhu]

  49  
Brandt & Brandt TLS to Ford
New York; Dear Mr. Ford: We have today deposited to your account our checks for the following: [Signed Frieda Lubelle]

  49  
Brandt & Brandt TLS to Ford
New York, Dear Mr. Ford: We have today deposited to your account our check for $741.73 [Signed Frieda Lubelle]

  49  
Brandt & Brandt TLS to Ford
New York; Dear Mr. Ford: I think all money difficulties have been settled. Both the Boni and the Viking [Signed Bernice Baumgarten]

  49  
Brandt & Brandt TL[copy] to Harold Guinzberg
New York Dear Harold: In view of your acceptance of THAT SAME POOR MAN, the novel which was originally

  49  
Brandt & Brandt TL[fragment] to Ford
Dear Mr. Ford, Following up my cable to you, we have checked back the Boni statements

  49  
Brandt & Brandt TLS to Ford
New York; Dear Mr. Ford: We succeeded in selling the serial rights of the ENGLISH NOVEL book [Signed Nannine V. Joseph]

  49  
Brandt & Brandt TL[copy]S to William A. Bradley
New York Dear Mr. Bradley: Ford Madox Ford's ON TWO SUCH SILVER CURRENTS has been accepted for publication [Signed Nannine V. Joseph]

  49  
Brandt & Brandt TL[copy] to William A. Bradley
New York; Dear Mr. Bradley: I do think that Mr. Ford must some how be confused about his arrangement

  49  
Brandt & Brandt TL[copy] to William A. Bradley
New York; Dear Mr. Bradley: I cabled you this morning as follows: "CAPE OFFERS FORD TWO HUNDRED FIFTY POUNDS

  49  
Brandt & Brandt TL[copy] to William A. Bradley
New York; Dear Mr. Bradley: As I wrote you, Mr. Horwood delivered the manuscript of Ford's novel

  49  
Brandt & Brandt TLS to Ford
New York; Dear Mr. Ford: We have today deposited to your account our check for $5.10, which [Signed Frieda Lubelle] [Includes 9 leaves of Brandt statements] [Signed Frieda Lubelle]

  49  
Brandt & Brandt TLS to Ford
New York; Dear Mr. Ford: I am returning herewith your own copy and one carbon of "Honoria Mary Lelage" [Signed Nannie V. Joseph]

  49  
Brandt & Brandt TLS to Ford
New York; Dear Mr. Ford: Below is a list of the payments made to your account at the Guaranty Trust [Signed Frieda Lubelle] [Included is TLS to Ford from Brandt & Brandt [signed by Lubelle], March 6, 1929 plus Oct. 1928 listing of royalty statement]

  49  
Brandt & Brandt TLS to Ford
New York; My dear Ford: I have finished reading the new instalment of "NOTTERDAM". It's fine. [Signed Carl Brandt]

  49  
Brandt & Brandt to TLS Ford
New York; Dear Mr. Ford: I do wish you would have a talke with Donald Freeman personally on your Vanity Fair contract. [Signed Nannine Joseph]

  49  
Brandt & Brandt TLS to Ford
New York Dear Mr. Ford: There isnothing that you have to do further about the bond. The Immigration Society will advise you [Signed Frieda Lubelle]

  49  
Brandt & Brandt TLS to Ford
New York; My dear For: I have been so busy trying to get things lined up this morning that I haven't been able to telephone you. [Signed Carl Brandt]

  49  
Brandt & Brandt TLS to Ford
New York; Dear Ford: Would you consider having a limited edition of ENGLISH COUNTRY done? [Signed Bernice Baumgarten]

  49  
Brandt & Brandt TLS to Ford
New York; Dear Ford: I called up the Dial people and they tell me definitely that the owners of the magazine [Signed Bernice Baumgarten]

  49  
Brandt & Brandt TLS to Ford
New York; Dear Ford: First of all, Houghton Mifflin have returned NOTTERDAM. They feel that the last part of the book needs revision. [Signed Bernice Baumgarten]

  49  
Brandt & Brandt TLSto Ford
New York; Dear Ford: Cape has cabled as follows: "Quite satisfied publish NOTTERDAM but manuscript rough [Signed Bernice Baumgarten]

  49  
Brandt & Brandt TLS to Ford
New York; Dear Ford: The Viking Press will send me formal releases of contract, which I will forward to you [Signed Bernice Baumgarten]

  49  
Brandt & Brandt TLS to Ford
New York; Dear Mr. Ford: We have to-day deposited to your account our check for $80.13 , which represents the amount [Signed Frieda Lubelle]

  49  
Brandt & Brandt TLS to Ford
New York; Dear Ford: The reprint sale reported by Boni was for the use of a selection from JOSEPH CONRAD [Signed Bernice Baumgarten]

  49  
Brandt & Brandt TL[copy]to Ford
New York; Dear Mr. Ford: The following is the total net amount of minies you have received

  49  
Brandt & Brandt TLS to Ford
New York; Dear Mr. Ford: We are returning herewith "Honoria Mary Lelage" [Signed Carl Brandt]

  49  
Brandt & Brandt TLS to Ford
New York; Dear Mr. Ford: We have today deposited to your account our check for $5.62, which represents [Signed Frieda Lubelle]

  49  
Brandt & Brandt TLS to William A. Bradley
New York; Dear Mr. Bradley: We are enclosing herewith a dollar draft for $21.00 which represents $22.10

  49  
Brandt & Brandt TLS to Ford
New York; Dear Mr. Ford: The J.B. Lippincott Company, the publishers of the "One Hour Library" [Signed Lillian Bassein]

  49  

Number skipped.

  49  
Brentano's TLS to Ford
New York; Dear Mr. Ford: Here are the three books from which the prize-winning novel is to be chosen. [Signed Jacques Le Clercq] [Enclosed is leafet"Prix Brentano"]

  49  
British Broadcasting Corporation TLS to Ford
London; Dear Mr. Ford Madox Ford, During the autumn we are proposing to breadcast a series of twelve talks [Signed Mary Adams]

  49  
Britton, John envelope to The Rev. James Raine
[Envelope] [Violet Hunt papers]

  49  
Bromfield, Louis ALS to Stella Bowen
Paris; Dear Stella:- Everyone in the family has flopped with the grippe so we've had to postpone

  49  
Bromfield, Louis TLS to Ford
New York; Dear Mr. Ford: This is just a line to say that I shall be delighted to come tomorrow

  49  
Bromfield, Mary M[printed, copy] "A la recherche du temps perdu"
[Photocopy of Mary Bromfield essay from "Town and Country", January, 1943.]

  49  
[Brooke, Rupert?] AL[postcard] to Elsie Martindale Hueffer
Japan; Since writing you I have just rec.d your letter of Oct. 24 '07

  49  
Broun, Haywood Campbell TLS to Ford
New Canaan, Ct.; Dear Mr. Ford, We have got the crack-brained idea of having a Fiction Serial in NUTMEG, [Ford's AL reply on verso of second leaf]

  49  
Broun, Heywood Campbell TL to Ford
New Canaan, Ct.; My dear Ford, You know that I have succeeded to the Ownership and Management

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Brown, Austin (Steward) AMS Account Book with Barker Esquire
[Small Account Book from Violet Hunt papers]

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Brown, Curtis TLS to Ford
London; Dear Sir, I am much obliged for your letter, and for the photograph of Ford Madox Brown [Verso contains AL[fragment]S to [Elsie Martindale Hueffer], signed FMFM A.]

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Brown, Curtis TLS to Violet Hunt
London; Dear Mrs. Hueffer, Your letter of March 11 is received. Conard seems to be getting books out faster now [Violet Hunt papers]

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Brown, Curtis TLS to Violet Hunt
London; Dear Mrs. Hueffer, Enclosed from Nigel de Grey, manager of Messrs. William Collins Sons & Co., Ltd., explains itself. [Violet Hunt papers]

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Brown, Curtis TLS to Violet Hunt
London; Dear Mrs. Hueffer, Your letter of November 19 surprised me a bit, for it would be inconceivable that we could [Violet Hunt papers]

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Brown,m Elizabeth C ALS to Ford Madox Brown
Antwerp; My dear Ford, I dare say you have expected to hear from me before but I waited to see Mr. Slingenger [Violet Hunt papers]

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Brown, Emma Madox ADS Will
London; After my Death: I request that everything I possess all property that may come by inheritance to me, {Emma was Ford's grandmother] [Violet Hunt papers]

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Ernes Brown & Phillips TLS to Ford
London; Dear Mr. Ford, Messrs. Macmillan are not going to press with the book entitled "Prefaces on Art"

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Brown, Ford ALS to Ford Madox Brown
London; My dear Fordy, As I feel myself a little better I shall try to have a few lines for you to puzzle yourself [ Ford Brown was apparently Ford Madox Brown's father] [Violet Hunt papers]

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Brown, Ford Madox Photograph
Photograph "The Last of England" [Julian Loewe papers]

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Brown, Ford Madox ADS Will
This is the last Will & Testament of me Ford Madox Brown of 3 Addison Terrace, Victoria Park, Manchester [Violet Hunt papers]

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Brown, Ford Madox AL[fragment] to Emma Madox Brown
London; Dearest Wife/ I received your dear affectionate letter last night in coming home; it is very sweet [Violet Hunt papers]

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Brown, Ford MadoxALS to Emma Madox Brown
Cheshire; Dearest Emma, I am still in bed, where they insisted I should breakfast as I have a slight cold. [Violet Hunt papers]

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Brown, Ford Madox ALS to Emma Madox Brown
London; Dearest Love, Just a line to say I arrived home safe some time before 1 - & found Lucy along with the new cook - [Violet Hunt papers]

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Brown, Ford Madox ALS to Emma Madox Brown
London; Dearest Love, Your communication has taken me by surprise indeed - though properly speaking it need not - only I thought [Violet Hunt papers]

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Brown, Ford Madox ALS to Emma Madox Brown
London; My dearest Emma, At home this morning I was very delighted to get your letter. Those sent to me to Paris [Violet Hunt papers]

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Brown, Ford Madox ALS to Emma Madox Brown
London; Dearest Emma, I hear from Cullingworth, as also from nurse, that your rheumatism sees not likely to last long. [Violet Hunt papers]

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Brown, Ford Madox ALS to Emma Madox Brown
London; Dearest Emma, You have almost been gon a week now & I have not written to you. [Violet Hunt papers]

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Brown, Ford Madox AL[draft?]S to Edward Burne-Jones
London; My dear Jones, I thank you much for your very kind note taking one back so vividly [Violet Hunt papers]

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Brown, Ford Madox AL to Ford
London; Dear Fordie, I fear you may not understand the scrawls I send you back. [Violet Hunt papers]

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Brown, Ford Madox ALS to Ford
London; Dear Fordey, Have you got Lewe's "Biography of Philosophy"? I have lost mine & Carl Thomas wishes to borrow it of me [Violet Hunt papers]

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Brown, Ford Madox ALS to Catherine Brown Hueffer
Scotland; Dear Hueffer/ We are still here till tomorrow, when we leave for a shooting box of Mr. Graham's

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Brown, Ford Madox ALS to Catherine Brown Hueffer
[n.p.] Dearest Cathy/ Make you mind easy we are very glad indeed to have Fordie -

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Brown, Ford Madox ALS to Catherine Brown Hueffer
London: Dearest Cathy- Just a line to say Franz and Fordey are both in most perfect condition [Violet Hunt papers]

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Brown, Ford Madox ALS to Catherine Brown Hueffer
Manchester; Dearest Cathy, Your mamma & I were so pleased to see your hand writing this noon;

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Brown, Ford Madox ALS to Catherine Brown Hueffer
London; Dearest Cathy, Just as Oliver is here the man Joslin writes to say he has got permission to put up the head & foot stones.



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Brown, Ford Madox ALS to Catherine Brown Hueffer
London; Dearest Cathy/ I can get nothing reasonable out of Oliver. He wants 30 shillings

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Brown, Ford Madox ALS to Catherine Brown Hueffer
London; Dearest Cathy, As you are going off on Wednesday I had better send you this five pounds at once.

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Brown, Ford Madox ALS to Juliet Hueffer
London; Dearest Poppie, I should have liked much to dine in your company today at your Aunt's,

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Brown, Ford Madox ALS to Alfred William Hunt
London; My dear Hunt/ When I sent you on Swinburn's note I had not yet got yours last,

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[Brown, Ford Madox?] AL[fragment] to Alfred William Hunt
[n.p.] My Dear Sir/ I have your very kind letter of yesterday and am sure Bond, who is now out-of-town, will be [Violet Hunt papers]

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Brown, Ford Madox ALS to Alfred William Hunt
London; My dear Hunt/ Best thanks for remembering us with a ticket but my wife has been ill

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Brown, Ford Madox ALS to Alfred William Hunt
London; Dear Mr. Hunt, Many thanks for your kind solicitude & offer.

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Brown, Ford Madox ALS to Alfred William Hunt
London; My dear Alfred Hunt, (For I trust we may drop the Mr. by this time) I should have answered your very kind note

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Brown, Ford Madox ALS to Alfred William Hunt
London; My dear Alfred Hunt, I fear you must have had a great deal of trouble about me,

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Brown, Ford Madox ALS to Alfred William Hunt
London; My dear Alfred Hunt, Will you kindly drop me a line saying whether you are still to be on the committee

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Brown, Ford Madox envelopes to Alfred William Hunt
London; 2 envelopes dated Jan.18, 1872 and Apr.6, 1881 [Violet Hunt papers]

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Brown, Ford Madox ALS to Alfred William Hunt
London; My dear Alfred Hunt, All right about J.R. but any differences of opinion need not bear much on the election

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Brown, Ford Madox ALS to Alfred William Hunt
Cambridge; My dear Alfred Hunt, I have been in the intention of writing ever sice my daught received a letter from your wife

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Brown, Ford Madox AL[postcard]S to Alfred William Hunt
London; I have just remembered that I never sent you the name of the medicine

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Brown, Ford Madox ALS to Alfred William Hunt
London; My dear Alfred Hunt, It has jus occurred to me that you may be about to leave town

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Brown, Ford Madox ALS to Alfred William Hunt
Lower Merton, Surry; My dear Alfred Hunt/ I am much obliged by your kind letter.

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Brown, Ford Madox ALS to Alfred William Hunt
London; My dear Alfred Hunt, Best thanks for your remembering my wife & self -

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Brown, Ford Madox
[Removed to folder 27.5; with second envelope]

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Brown, Ford Madox ALS to Margaret Raine (Mrs. Alfred) Hunt
London; Dear Mrs. Hunt/ My wife has been ill for a few days & still keeping her bad [Violet Hunt papers]

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Brown, Ford Madox ALS to Margaret Raine (Mrs. Alfred) Hunt
London; Dear Mrs. Hunt, When I first read your kind note, informing of the parcel of medecine [Violet Hunt papers]

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Brown, Ford Madox ALS to Margaret Raine (Mrs. Alfred) Hunt
London; Dear Mrs. Hunt, Along with this you will receive certain papers [Violet Hunt papers]

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Brown, Ford Madox ALS to Margaret Raine (Mrs. Alfred) Hunt
London; Dear Mrs. Alfred Hunt, I have just received the enclosed from the Sec of A.G. B. [Violet Hunt papers]

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Brown, Ford Madox ALS to Margaret Raine (Mrs. Alfred) Hunt
Manchester; Dear Mrs. Hunt, I think it best to send the enclosed on to you direct [Violet Hunt papers]

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Brown, Ford Madox ALS to Margaret Raine (Mrs. Alfred) Hunt
London; Dear Mrs. Hunt, I am very sorry to say the dinner for tomorrow has to be put off [Violet Hunt papers]

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Brown, Ford Madox ALS to Margaret Raine (Mrs. Alfred) Hunt
London; Dear Mrs. Hunt, My wife is coming home from Hastings, & the house is now quite safe again [Violet Hunt papers]

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Brown, Ford Madox ALS to Margaret Raine (Mrs. Alfred) Hunt
London; Dear Mrs. Alfred Hunt, Thank you very much for your kind letter. [Violet Hunt papers]

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Brown, Ford Madox AD[check] to Theodore Watts-Dunton
London; London & Westminster Bank check to Theodre Watts for 98 pounds 16/8.

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Brown, Ford Madox ALS to Theodore Watts-Dunton
London; My dear Watts/ We have been going well into the meaning of your deed

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Brown, Oliver Madox to Mr. Audrieu
London; Dear M. Audrieu, I am most exceedingly grieved that you should have imagined for an instant that I have been put out [Violet Hunt papers]

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Brown, Oliver Madox ALS to Philip Marston
London; Dear Philip, I cam back here last Friday - not a bit the better. [ Letter and envelope torn into pieces; letter reconstructed with tape][Violet Hunt papers]

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Brown, Susan Jenkins TLS to Arthur Mizener
New York; Dear Mr. Mizener, I'd be glad to help you on Ford any way I can

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Browning, Robert AL[copy] to Alfred William Hunt
London; Dear My dear Sir/ I made use yesterday of the ticket with which your kindness furnished me, [Handwritten copy by Margaret Raine Hunt] [Original at Huntington Library] [Violet Hunt papers]

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Browning, Robert AL[copy] to Alfred William Hunt
London; My dear Mr. Hunt, I am sure your kindness will forgive and understand [Handwritten copy by Margaret Raine Hunt] [Original at Huntington Library] [Violet Hunt papers]

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Browning, Robert AL[copy] to Alfred William Hunt
London; Dear Mr. Hunt, How can I be other than surprised and gratified by such an honour [Handwritten copy by Margaret Raine Hunt] [Original at Huntington Library] [Violet Hunt papers]

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Browning, Robert AL[copy] to Alfred William Hunt
London; Dear Mr. Hunt, I suppose my little word of criticism on on [sic] your book [Handwritten copy by Margaret Raine Hunt] [Original at Huntington Library] [Violet Hunt papers]

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Browning, Robert AL[copy] to Alfred William Hunt
London; Dear Mr. Hunt, I did indeed both see the one beautiful picture and marvel [Handwritten copy by Margaret Raine Hunt] [Original at Huntington Library] [Violet Hunt papers]

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Browning, Robert Printed calling cards to Violet and Margaret Raine Hunt
[Notes by Violet on both envelopes.] [Violet Hunt papers]

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Bryher, Winfred Ellerman TLS to Violet Hunt
Switzerland; It is many months since I read a book so interesting as "The Wife of Rossetti".

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Buck, Pearl (Sydenstricker) TLS to Ford
New York; Dear Mr. Ford, A copy of your letter was sent to me, and I found it here on my arrival

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Buck, Pearl (Sydenstricker) ALS to Ford
New York; Dear Mr. Ford, Thank you so very much for your kindness. I shall greatly value

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Budge, Sir Ernest Alfred Thompson Wallis ALS to Violet Hunt
Northumberland; Dear Miss Hunt, This is to remind you that you have to send me one farthing! [Violet Hunt papers]

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Budge, Sir Ernest Alfred Thompson Wallis ALS to Violet Hunt
Hertfordshire; Dear Miss Hunt, A line to thank you for your card - which is pretty - [Violet Hunt papers]

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Budge, Sir Ernest Alfred Thompson Wallis ALS to Violet Hunt
Northumberland; Dear Miss Hunt, They tell me that you have sent me a copy of your "Sooner or Later" [Violet Hunt papers]

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Buell, Larry ALS to Arthur Mizener
Oberllin; Dear Mr. Mizener, This is just a short not to let you know that I have been reading your biography of Ford.

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Bull, Rene ALS to Margaret Raine (Mrs. Alfred) Hunt
[n.p.] Dear Mrs. Hunt, It was only on my return from Aiz-les-Bains (Wednesday evening) that I received your kind invitation [Violet Hunt papers]

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Bullett, Gerald TLS to Ford
London; Dear Mr. Ford/ Very many thanks for your friendly letters, and for doing the Auto-criticism for us.

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Bullett, Gerald TLS to Ford
London; Dear Mr. Ford/ I hear from Frank Morley that you would like to write an article apropos of Ezra Pound [Ford's AL[draft] reponse on recto]

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Bullett, Gerald TLS to Ford
East Hartung; Dear Mr. Ford/ I had to rush away fromt he office last week leaving your letter unanswered

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Bullett, Gerald TLS to Ford
East Hartung; Dear Mr. Ford/ It was very friendly of you to write to me about the death of the Week-end Review

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Bullett, Gerald TLS to Ford
East Hartung; Dear Madox Ford/ You must forgive my rather monstrous delay in answering your last letter

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Bullett, Gerald TLS to Ford
East Hartung; Dear F.M.F./ I have been intending for a long while to write to you

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Bullitt, William Christian TLS to Ford
Paris; Dear Ford/ I was delighted to receive your letter of March 10th. The old Transatlantic Review was a joy

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Bunsen, George TM Account of the Great Charge at Mars-la Tour (Franco-German Way, 1870)
[n.p.] George Bunsen gave me an account of the great charge at Mars-la-Tour ... as related to him by the Chief of Staff, who conveyed the order for that famous and terrible feat of arms. [Violet Hunt papers]

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Bunting, Basil TM[copy] Pound's Cantos
[Most probably written for "The Cantos of Ezra Pound: Some Testimonials", 1932.]

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Burgess, Gelett TLS to Ford
New York; Dear Mr. Ford/ I can't imagine why you should be interested in reading my murder mystery

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Burne-Jones, Sir Edward Coley ALS to Alfred William Hunt
London; My dear Mr. Hunt, I have been thinking over your letter & considering the matter from many sides [Violet Hunt papers]

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Burne-Jones, Phil ALS to Violet Hunt
London; Dear Violet- I was to vexed not to have got to your party yesterday. [Violet Hunt papers]

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Burns, John ALS to Ford
London; Dear Hueffer/ Sorry I cannot accept your very kind invitation [Violet Hunt papers]

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Burns, John AL[card]S to Ford
London; Dear Hueffer/ Yes I will see you at House of Commons after 5 [Violet Hunt papers]

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Burton, Sir Frederic William ALS to Alfred William Hunt
London; My dear Hunt/ It would give me great pleasure, & would be an honour to me, to become your proposer for admission [Violet Hunt papers]

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Butts, Marie to Ford
Cotes-du-Nord; Dear Mr. Hueffer, I begged the editor to send you a copy of the translation of "Between Saint Dennis and Saint George" [Violet Hunt papers]

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Mary, Butts ALS to Violet Hunt
Chelsea; My dear Violet: I heard the other day through Douglas Goldring that I might write to you. [Violet Hunt papers]

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