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   Container / Location    Title
 
Series I. Manuscripts [series]:
 
Manuscripts by Wyndham Lewis [subseries]:
  1  
Lewis AM[drafts, notes] About Myself
[St. Louis] [Appears to be prepared for a talk at the "Wednesday Club" on February 18, 1944]

  1  
Lewis. AM[draft, fragment] & TM[draft] Abstract Art
[Windsor] Written for a lecture delivered at the summer school of Assumption College. Annotated heavily in written draft; only slightly in typed draft.

  1  
Lewis.AM[draft, notes] Address to French Canada
[Toronto?] Written in French, this radio address emphasizes the unity of western culture as an encouragement to French Canadians to join in the war effort.

  1  
Lewis. TM After Abstract Art
[n.p.] A slightly revised version of this article was publiched in "The New Republic," July 8, 1940. One TM[copy] has corrections by Lewis.

  1  
Lewis. AM & TM America & Cosmic Man. Section I
[London] Heavily corrected and amended.

  2  
Lewis AM & TM America & Cosmic Man. Section II
[n.p.] [With annotations and corrections]

  2  
Lewis.AM & TM America & Cosmic Man. Section III
[n.p.] [With dustjacket proof sheet]

  2  
Lewis AM America & Cosmic Man. Notes
[Ottawa] [First notes for his "political book".]

  2  
Lewis AM America & Cosmic Man. Corrections.
[London] [4 leaves listings of correction to manuscript; and 1 leaf regarding publisher disagreement]

  2  
Lewis AM America & Cosmic Man. Fragment
[n.p.] [With additions and corrections in hand]

  2  
Lewis AM America, I Presume
[n.p.] [A parody of Lewis' visit to Geoffrey Stone's Connecticut farm at this period. Two chapters both marked "Extra chapter, not used"]

  2  
Lewis AM America, I Presume. Notes
[n.p.] [Concerning expansion and re-issue of book]

  2  
Lewis AM America, I Presume. Notes
[n.p.] [Handwritten notes on both sides of an envelope]

  2  
Lewis TM[copy] An Ancient and Dirty Game
[Toronto?] Synopsis of "Self-Condemned".

  2  
Lewis AM Anglosaxony
[Toronto] Follow-up material and a prospectus for a pamphlet tentatively titled "How Will Democracy Evolve? With corrections.

  2  
Lewis AM Annotations from T.S. Elliot Books
[n.p.] [From J. Carter's books. Copied into a notebook by Anne Lewis.]

  2  
Lewis TM[fragment, copy] Anti-Semitism in America
[n.p.] [Could be from "America, I Presume"]

  3  
Lewis AM The Apes of God. Notes
[London] [Small note pad with 5 leaves used; remainder of pad is blank. Many miscellaneous leaves of various sized with both notes and sketches. Printed 4 page article by Lieut.-Col. E. F. Strange, "The Design of English Chairs"; and two clippings, one a review of Godfrey Winn's, "Squirrels' Cage" (The Star, June 10, 1923) and the other on climbing Mount Kanchenjunga.

  3  
Lewis AM & TM The Apes of God. Prefatory Material
London; Drafts and clean typescript of introductory material apparently written to preface the reprint edition. Varying texts in Lewis' and Anne Lewis.

  3  
Lewis AM[fragment] Apes of God [Split Man]
[London]

  3  
Lewis M[printed] The Apes of God. Galley Proof
[London] "Extract from Encyclical Addressed to Daniel Boleyn by Mr. Zagreus". With minor corrections in Lewis' hand. Published in "Criterion", II, No. 7, April, 1924.

  3  
Lewis AM The Aristocrat
[London?.] Notes, synopsis, philosophical thesis, and partial draft of a proposed novel. Has some relation to "Revenge for Love" and "Snooty Baronet."

  3  
Lewis AM & TM L'Arlesienne
[n.p.] Discussion of Van Gogh's painting "L'Arlesienne". Published in "Wyndham Lewis on Art," p. 459.

  3  
Lewis TM Art of Being Ruled. Notices.
[n.p.] Quotations from various sources concerning "The Art of Being Ruled".

  3  
Lewis TM Art of Being Ruled. Press Releases
[n.p.] American press notices for "Art of Being Ruled"

  3  
Lewis AM & TM[copy] The Art of Gwen John
[London] Holograph version heavily emended. Published in "The Listener", October 10, 1946, p. 484.

  3  
Lewis TM[fragment] The Art Racket
[n.p.]

  3  
Lewis AM Article on Canada
[Toronto?] Notation by Lewis indicates this article was written for possible submission to "Time & Tide." Published in "Wyndham Lewis in Canada", 1971.

  3  
Lewis AM[drafts, notes] The Artist and Society
[n.p.] Lecture probably delivered at Bryanston Music School, Blandford, Dorset on August 1, 1948. Deals with the social background of art, the question of a "collective" art, and the decline of oil "easel-painting.".

  3  
Lewis TM[carbon, fragment] Atomic Bombs and the Reordering of World Politics
[n.p.]

  3  
Lewis AM Autobiographical fragment
Quimperle; A description of a stay in Brittany with commentary of local customs and residents. Heavily corrected; with a map sketched on first leaf.

  3  
Lewis AM[fragments] Autobiographical fragments
[n.p.] Mentions the Bolshevik revolution and the Spanish Civil War.

  3  
Lewis AM & TM Bestre
[n.p.] Includes draft bersion and holograph portion of completed and published text. Published in "The English Review, 2 (June, 1909), p. 471-484. Reprinted in "The Wild Body."

  3  
Lewis AM Biographical Data
[New York] Chronological account of activities and publications, apparently written as press release material for a proposed lecture tour.

  3  
Lewis TM Biographical details
[London] For publicity purposes

  3  
Lewis AM[draft]S Biographial Information
[New York?, Toronto?] 3 draft versionss containing basic biographical information, possibly for a press release.

  3  
Lewis AN Biographical Note About His Father
[n.p.] Regarding his father, Carles Edward Lewis.

  3  
Lewis AM Biographical Note Concerning His Parentage
[n.p.]

  4  
Lewis AM Blast #2
[London] [Notes and heavily corrected manuscript fragments.]

  4  
Lewis TM[fragments] Blasting and Bombadiering
[n.p.] [Draft of pages 286-287. Concerns T. S. Eliot and his relation to Ezra Pound.]

  4  
Lewis TM[fragment, copy] Blasting and Bombadiering
[n.p.] [See pp. 274-281 of 1967a "Blasting and Bombardiering. See Part V, ch. 5 of "Blasting and Bombardiering".]

  4  
Lewis AM[draft], TM & TM[copy] The Bloomsburies
[n.p.] [Alternate title: "Say It With Leaves". Corrected typescript of essay; holograph material essentially notations on Lytton Strachey.]

  4  
Lewis TM[copy] The Bloomsburies
[n.p.] [Photocopy done for patron which was returned.]

  4  
Lewis AM The Boarding House
[n.p.] [Poem.]

  4  
Lewis TM[copy] The Books of Mr. Wyndham Lewis
[New York?] [Chronological listing with publication dates and precis of contents of books Lewis wrote.]

  4  
Lewis AM Bread and Ballyhoo
[London] Holograph drafts of this article appeared in "The Listener", September 8, 1949, p. 407. Lewis wrote to T.S. Eliot a year later about expanding it to book form.

  4  
Lewis TM & TM[fragment] & TM[2 copies] & TM[fragment, copy] Bread and Ballyhoo
[London] Holograph drafts of this article appeared in "The Listener", September 8, 1949, p. 407. Lewis wrote to T.S. Eliot a year later about expanding it to book form.

  4  
Lewis M[printed, copy] Britons Never Shall Be Bees
[n.p.] Printed in "The Calendar of Modern Letters", January, 1926, p. 360-362. Xerox copy.

  4  
Lewis AM[draft] & TM The Bull Gun
[Lydd?] Reference to this is made in the chapter of "Blasting and Bombardiering" of the same name. Two copies of the typed manuscript, one containing corrections made by G. Anne (Hoskyns) Lewis' hand.

  4  
Lewis TM[copy] Can Democracy Be Defined
[Toronto] Typescript copy of introductory and closing commentary referring to accompanying broadcast Lewis made on CBC on December 12, 1940. On CBC Continuity letterhead.

  4  
Lewis TM[fragment] Canadian Nature and Its Painters
[n.p.] First published in "The Listener", Aug.29, 1946, later in "Wyndam Lewis on Art", p. 425-429.

  4  
Lewis AM[draft, fragments] & TM Cantelman
[n.p.] Narrative concerns Cantelman during World War I; public and private attitudes toward the war. The final leaves of the draft involve Cantelman's reading of the "Code." Portions of the manuscript are published as Chapter IV, "The War-Crowds, 1914", of Part II of "Blasting and Bombardiering".

  4  
Lewis TM[draft, fragment] & TM[copy, draft, fragment] Cantelman
[n.p.] Variant text of Cantelman. Typescript with changes and revisions in the hand of G. Anne Lewis.

  4  
Lewis AMS[draft] Cantleman's Spring Mate
[n.p.] Heavily amended draft, dated and signed by Lewis. This story first published in "The Little Review", vol. IV, no. 6 (October, 1917), p. 8-14. Issued in a privately printed edition with "The Ideal Giant" and "The Code of a Herdsnab" in 1917.

  4  
Lewis TM Cantleman's Spring Mate
[n.p.] Last paragraph states: "Cantleman's Spring-Mate and "War Baby" which fillows it were in included in the original edition of "Blasting and Bombadiering".

  4  
Lewis AM & TM[draft, copy] The Chantrey Collection at the Academy
[London] Two draft versions and a copy of the final text, as printed in "The Listener", January 13, 1949, p. 65.

  4  
Lewis AN[otes] & M[printed] The Chantrey Collection at the Academy
[London] Folder of notes, clippings and printed material related to the Chantrey bequest and envelope material came in, marked as such.

  5  
Lewis AM The Childermass. Group I
[London] Notes and portions of manuscript, heavily corrected and annotated. Material dates from the period of the first issue of the book in 1928 and from ca. 1955 when a reprint edition was prepared.

  5  
Lewis AM The Childermass. Group II
[London] Notes and portions of manuscript, heavily corrected and annotated. Material dates from the period of the first issue of the book in 1928 and from ca. 1955 when a reprint edition was prepared.

  5  
Lewis M The Childermass. Synopsis.
[London] The text of this appears on the dust jacket of the 1955 reprint. In the hand of Anne Lewis

  5  
Lewis TM The Childremass. Synopsis
[London] The text of this appears on the dust jacket of the 1955 reprint.

  5  
Lewis TM Children of the Great
[London] Minor corrections in the hand of Anne Wyndham Lewis. Short story.

  5  
Lewis AM[draft] & TM[fragment] Contemporary Art at the Tate
[London] Published in "The Listener", April 6, 1950.

  5  
Lewis TM The Countryhouse Party, Scotland
[n.p.] Satire of Ford Madox Ford. First published in "Unlucky for Pringle"/

  5  
Lewis AM[drafts, notes] Creative Literature
[Windsor] Group I notes for a series of lectures delivered in Lewis' Philosophy of Literature course, taught in 1943-1944 at Assumption College, Worcester, Mass.

  5  
Lewis AM[drafts, notes] Creative Literature
[Windsor] Group II notes for a series of lectures delivered in Lewis' Philosophy of Literature course, taught in 1943-1944 at Assumption College, Worcester, Mass.

  6  
Lewis AM[drafts, notes] Creative Literature
[Windsor] Group II notes for a series of lectures delivered in Lewis' Philosophy of Literature course, taught in 1943-1944 at Assumption College, Worcester, Mass.

  6  
Lewis TM Creativity. Short Story.
[London] Typescript short story version. Has some thematic relation to "Self Condemned" and "The Red Priest".

  6  
Lewis AM[draft] & TM Creativity. Play.
[London] Play format. Holograph and final typescript version of a dramatized version of the same entitled "The Right Way".

  6  
Lewis AM[drafts] Creativity. Play.
[London] Play format. Holograph and final typescript version of a dramatized version of the same entitled "The Right Way"

  6  
Lewis TMS A Crisis of Thought
[London] Text of radio address, delivered on the BBC "Third Programme", March 16, 1947. A variant of this text forms a portion of the Foreword to "The Books -- A Pattern of Thinking", in "Rude Assignment". With annotations in Lewis's hand.

  7  
Lewis AM Dedication Inscribed to A. J. A.Symons
[London] Lewis wrote this dedication in a book sent to Symons on Oct.28, 1932. [Written on the back of a "gummed luggage labels" envelope.]

  7  
Lewis AM The Demon of Progress in the Arts
[London] Includes notes: portions of the manuscript are in the hand of Anne Lewis.

  7  
Lewis AM & TM The Demon of Progress in the Arts
[London] Few hand written leaves.

  7  
Lewis TM Description of Decorations for "The Apes of God"
[n.p.] First leaf under heading "Specimen MARGINALIA"' secpmd jeaded "ROOM 59".

  7  
Lewis TMS[copy] Descriptive Note for Mr. Wyndham Lewis's 2 Pictures in Oxford.
[n.p.] With holograph not by Lewis. Notes on "Arghol" and "The Cubist Museum."

  7  
Lewis AM[fragment] & Tm[fragment] DeToqueville and Democracy
[London] The complet text published in "The Sewanee Review", 54, no.4, Autumn, 1956, p. 555-575. Includes 5 leaves of article as printed.

  8  
Lewis AM Dialogue
[London] Written on the back of an envelope addressed to Lewis at Adam & Eve Mews.

  8  
Lewis AM Diary
[London] Small booklet used mainly for engagements; only May 17 through July 28 used.

  8  
Lewis AM Diary
[New York] Only pages January 1 through April 9 in booklet; the rest have been torn out.

  8  
Lewis TM Do Intellectuals Exist?
[London] In article form, the substance of this appeared as Chapter 6 "Intuition versus Intellect ..." in "Rude Assignment". Typescript with holograph corrections in Lewis' hand.

  8  
Lewis AMS[drafts], AM[copy], TM, TM[copy]. & TM[fragments] The Do-Nothing Mode
[New York? Toronto?] Memoir dealing with Lewis' father, Charles Edward Lewis. Published in "Agenda", VII-VIII, nos.3-1, Autumn/Winter, p. 216-221.

  8  
Lewis AM & TM Doom of Youth
[London] Notes and instructions for lawyers; textual citations. Concerns the lawsuits intituted by Godfrey Winn and Alec Waugh and Lewis, as well as a summary by Lewis of it manuscript preparation.

  8  
Lewis AM[draft & draft] & TM The Doppelgänger
[London] Two draft versions; one in Lewis' hand, with insertions in the hands of Anne Lewis and Agnes Bedford; the second in Anne Wyndham Lewis' hand. Published in "Encounter", 2, no.1, January, 1954, p. 23-33, and in "Unlucky for Pringle", 1973.

  8  
Lewis AM Dr. Henry Platenham ...
[London] Short story, with insertions and corrections in the hand of Anne Lewis.

  8  
Lewis AM[fragment] Duality in Theory and Praxis
[n.p.] Fragment from "The Do-Nothing Mode"

  8  
Lewis, Wyndham TM[copy] Edward Wadsworth: 1889-1948
London; Biography and memories of Wadsworth, a fellow "vorticist".

  8  
Lewis AM[2] & TM Elitemindedness; A Policy
[London] Two hand written manuscripts, one by Lewis, the second in the hand of Anne Lewis. Written for "Educational Review".

  8  
Lewis TM & TM[copy] Enemy of the Stars
[London] First published in "Blast", 1, 1914.

  8  
Lewis TM[carbon, fragment] Enemy of the Stars: Screenplay
[n.p.] Appears to be a later rewriting of a piece first published in "Blast 1". There is a part ofr the blind Lewis.

  8  
Lewis AM Envoi
[Loondon?] Holograph text of "Envoi" first published in 1933 in volume of verse entitled "Engine Fight-Talk ..."; reissued in 1960 with title-page of "One-Way Song".

  8  
Lewis TM Essay on Angle-American Relations
[Toronto?] Unpublished?

  8  
Lewis AM[draft, notes, fragment] Essay on Societal Rights, Freedom, and Law
[n.p.]

  8  
Lewis TM Exhibition Catalogue. Forward
[n.p.] Foreward to an art exhibition catalogue, annotations in Lewis' hand. Found with Arthur Press announcement for "Satire & Fiction," 1930.

  8  
Lewis TM[copy] Exhibition of Paintings by Wyndham Lewis. Foreward
London; Foreword to his exhibition catalogue.

  8  
Lewis TM[fragment] Ezra Pound
[n.p.] Appears to be a draft for Lewis' article in "An Examinationn of Ezra Pound, edited by Peter Russell.

  8  
Lewis TM Ezra Pound
[London] With corrections in Lewis' hand. Published in "Ezra Pound: A Collection of Essays" edited by Peter Russell, London, Peter Nevill, 1950, p. 257-266.

  9  
Lewis AM[drafts, fragments] A Female Conversation
[London] Varying texts 9apparently uncompleted) in two formats; dramatic and narrative. Title supplied in the hand of Anne Lewis

  9  
Lewis AM & TM Filibusters in Barbary
[London] Lewis' first book on Morocco, which is continued with the unpublished "Kasbhs and Souks". Published in serial form in "Everyman". The notes inluded are in the hand of Cyril J. Fox, wirtten October, 1981.

  9  
Lewis TM[copy] First Meeting with T. S. Eliot
[n.p.] This appeared as Part V, Chapter VI (p. 282-289) of the 1967 revised version of "Blasting and Bombardiering".

  9  
Lewis AM[draft, fragment] For High-God and Political God
[London?] Cutting and pasting of 3 leaves in the hand of Anne Lewis.

  9  
Lewis AM[drafts, notes] & TM The Frontiers of Art Or the Cultural Melting Pot?
[Windsor?] Possibly part of "The Frontiers of Art ...", a lecture Lewis delivered at the Detroit Institute of Arts on November 30, 1943.

  9  
Lewis AM[drafts, notes] & TM The Frontiers of Art Or the Cultural Melting Pot?
[Windsor] Lecture Lewis delivered at the Detroit Institute of Arts on November 30, 1943. With an introductory biographical sketch written by Lewis.

  9  
Lewis AM & TM[copy] Golden Sections. Foreward.
[London] Foreward to Michael Ayrton's "Golden Section" published in 1957. Holograph manuscript in the hand of Anne Lewis.

  9  
Lewis AMS Good Times
[Bedford?] Small notebook of this juvenile novel written and illustrated by Lewis.

  9  
Lewis AM[draft, fragment] & TM[draft, fragment] The Grafton Group Exhibition. Preface.
[London] Preface written for the Grafton Group second exhibition, January, 1914. It is an attack on Rober Fry who Lewis had broken from. Included is the 4 page catalogue which has some of Lewis' notes.

  9  
Lewis AM[3drafts], TM[2] & TM[copy]
[n.p.] This poem was first published in "The Tramp: An Open Air Magazine", December 1910, p. 246. One holograph, signed by Lewis, may have been the printer's copy.

  9  
Lewis TM Group of Book Reviews of Works Dealing with Anthropolgy
[London] A review by Lewis' (unpublished?) of four works: E. S. Harland's "Primitive Society" and "Primitive Law", L. H. Dudley Buxton's "Primitve Labour", and E. O. James' "Primitve Ritual and Belief".

  9  
Lewis AM[draft] Group of Inscriptions to David Low, Major F. Heath, and Augustus John.
[London]

  9  
Lewis AM, AL, & TM Group of Unidentified Material
[Various places] Manuscripts and letters which could not be identified. Many are accompanied by notes of Lewis scholar "guesses" as to the identity.

  9  
Lewis AMS Groups of drawings handed [Doyles] Duncan
[n.p.] List of paintings Lewis let Duncan have on July 4, 1942.

  9  
Lewis TM Guns. Exhibition Catalogue Foreword
London; "Guns" was Lewis' first one-man show; held at the Goupil Gallery, January 1919. Includes copy of the catalogue.

  9  
Lewis AM[fragment] Hand of Bananas
[n.p.] This is the title of a drawing or painting dated 1938.

  9  
Lewis AM[drafts, notes] Heywood Broun Lecture Series
[Windsor] Lecture notes

  9  
Lewis AM Hill One Hundred. Synopsis
[Toronto] Synopsis and notes are for a proposed novel deling with Canadian history and the larger theme of "civilization" and its effects/definition. Published in the "Wyndham Lewis in Canada" number of "Canadian Literature".

  9  
Lewis AM[draft, fragment] Hitler
[London?] A heavily corrected draft of an account of Lewis' visit to Berlin. Varies greatly from the opening descriptive section "Berlin" of "Hitler".

  9  
Lewis AM[draft, fragment] & TM[fragment] Hoodopip
[London] Notes and drafts of proposed novel. Portions of the text have been published in the Wyndham Lewis Special number of "Agenda", v.7, nos.3-4, Autumn, 1969.

  10  
Lewis AM[2 copies] & TM The Human Age. Synopsis
[London]

  10  
Lewis AM[2 copies] & TM The Human Age. Malign Fiesta
[London] Sections I-III. One holograph by Lewis; second in the hand of Anne Lewis.

  10  
Lewis AM[2 copies] & TM The Human Age. Malign Fiesta
[London] Sections IV-V. One holograph by Lewis; second in the hand of Anne Lewis.

  10  
Lewis AM[2 copies] & TM The Human Age. Malign Fiesta
[London] Sections VI-XI. One holograph by Lewis; second in the hand of Anne Lewis.

  10  
Lewis AM[2 copies] & TM The Human Age. Malign Fiesta
[London] Sections XII-XIII. One holograph by Lewis; second in the hand of Anne Lewis.

  11  
Lewis AM[2 copies] & TM The Human Age. Malign Fiesta
[London] SectionsXIV-XIX. One holograph by Lewis; second in the hand of Anne Lewis.

  11  
Lewis TM The Human Age. Malign Fiesta
[London] Part I. One holograph by Lewis; second in the hand of Anne Lewis.

  11  
Lewis TM The Human Age. Malign Fiesta
[London] Part II. One holograph by Lewis; second in the hand of Anne Lewis.

  11  
Lewis TM The Human Age. Malign Fiesta
[London] Part III. One holograph by Lewis; second in the hand of Anne Lewis.

  11  
Lewis TM The Human Age. Malign Fiesta
[London] Part IV. One holograph by Lewis; second in the hand of Anne Lewis.

  11  
Lewis TM[copy] The Human Age. Malign Fiesta
[London] Opening chapter copied for a patron and returned.

  11  
Lewis TM[fragment] The Human Age. Malign Fiesta.
[London] Chapter 9..

  12  
Lewis AM[2 copies] & TM The Human Age. Monstre Gai
[London] Sections I-III. One holograph by Lewis; second in the hand of Anne Lewis.

  12  
Lewis TM The Human Age. Monstre Gai
[London] Section I

  12  
Lewis TM The Human Age. Monstre Gai
[London] Section II

  12  
Lewis TM The Human Age. Monstre Gai
[London] Section III

  12  
Lewis TM The Human Age. Monstre Gai
[London] Section IV

  13  
Lewis AM[2 copies] & TM The Human Age. Monstre Gai
[London] Sections IV-VI

  13  
Lewis AM[2 copies] & TM The Human Age. Monstre Gai
[London] Sections VII-IX

  13  
Lewis AM[2 copies] & TM The Human Age. Monstre Gai
[London] Sections X-XIV

  13  
Lewis AM[2 copies] & TM The Human Age. Monstre Gai
[London] Sections XV-XXII

  14  
Lewis [Printed] The Human Age. Galley Proofs
[London] Partial galley proofs.

  14  
Lewis TM[copy] The Human Age. Monstre Gai
[London] Xerox copy of opening chapter for researcher which was returned.

  14  
Lewis TM[fragment] The Human Age.
[London] Dialogue

  14  
Lewis TM[fragment] The Human Age.
[London] Dialogue, as requested by Mr. Bridson.

  14  
Lewis AM[fragment], TM[fragment] & TM[carbon, fragment] The Human Age.
[London] Miscellaneous sheets

  14  
Lewis AM[2 copies] &TM[fragment] The Human Age.
[London] Miscellaneous text, notes and unidentified sheets. Some AM in the hand of AnneLewis.

  14  
Lewis AM[2copies] & TM[fragment] The Human Age.
[London] Miscellaneous text, notes and unidentified sheets.Some AM in the hand of Anne Lewis.

  15  
Lewis AM[2copies] & TM[fragment] The Human Age.
[London] Miscellaneous text, notes and unidentified sheets. Some AM in the hand of Anne Lewis.

  15  
Lewis AM[2copies] & TM[fragment] The Human Age.
[London] Miscellaneous text, notes and unidentified sheets. Some AM in the hand of AnneLewis.

  15  
Lewis AM[2copies] & TM[fragment] The Human Age.
[London] Miscellaneous text, notes and unidentified sheets. Some AM in the hand of Anne Lewis.

  15  
Lewis AM The Human Age.
[London] Miscellaneous materials labelled as notes and rejected materials.

  15  
Lewis AM & TM[copy] The Human Age.
[London] Miscellaneous materials about "The Human Age"

  16  
Lewis AM[draft] I Can Take It
[Toronto?] Observations for a lecture on America and England; from a transplanted Englishman's viewpoint.

  16  
Lewis AM[drafts, fragments], TM & TM[copy Imaginary Letters I
[n.p.] Heavily amended holograph drafts and typescript versions of the first of the "Imaginary Letters" as published in "The Little Review", vol. IV, no.1, May 1917, p. 19-23.

  16  
Lewis AM[draft], TM[draft, fragment] & TM[copy] Imaginary Letters II
[n.p.] Drafts with portions of printed text, of the second "Imaginary Letter" as published in vol. IV, no.2, June, 1917 issue of "The Little Review", p. 22-26.

  16  
Lewis AM[draft] & TM[copy] Imaginary Letters III
[London] Heavily amended draft as published as letter no. IV in "The Little Review, vol. IV, no.11, March 1918, p. 23-30. "The Code of a Herdsman", published in July 1917 as part of the "Imaginary Letters", is considered to form part of the "Cantleman Saga".

  16  
Lewis AM[drafts] & TM[copy] Imaginary Letters IV
[London?] Heavily amended draft of the fourth "Imaginary Letter", published in "The Little Review, Vol. IV, no. 11, March 1918, p. 23-30, as letter no V.

  16  
Lewis AM[drafts], TM[copy] & TM[copy, fragment] Imaginary Letters V & VI
[London?] Published in "The Little Review", vol. 4, no. 12, April 1918, p. 50-54 as letters VI 7 VII. The typescript of Letter V has Manuscript revisions and additions in the hand of Anne Lewis.

  16  
Lewis TM[fragment] Importance of the Visual Arts
[Windsor] May be part of Assumption College lecture on art.

  16  
Lewis TM[copy] Introduction to Exhibition Catalogue
[London] The "Exhibition of Paintings, Drawings, and Watercolours by Wyndham Lewis" was held at the Redfern Gallery, London, 1949.

  16  
Lewis AM[draft, notes, fragment] Introduction to reading of Ezra Pound's "Cantos"
London; Lewis served as chairman for the meeting of the Poetry Society at which Peter Russell read. Includes commentary on Pound's imprisonment and his early advocacy of both Joyce and Lewis.

  16  
Lewis AMS[draft] Is A Canadian Renaissance Likely?
[Toronto] Lettered: "After-the-war Series".

  16  
Lewis AM[notes] Joint
[London] Contains notes and outlines of chapters for a future book, probably the unfinished "Joint".

  16  
Lewis AM[fragments] & TM Joint
[n.p.] From the unfinished novel "Joint".

  17  
Lewis AM[drafts, fragments, notes] Joint. Section I
[London] Notes and drafts of a proposed novel; selections from the manuscript were published in the Wyndham Lewis Special Number of "Agenda", vol. 7, nos. 3-4, Autumn 1969.

  17  
Lewis TM[drafts, fragments] Joint. Section I
[London] Notes and drafts of a proposed novel; selections from the manuscript were published in the Wyndham Lewis Special Number of "Agenda", vol. 7, nos. 3-4, Autumn 1969.

  17  
Lewis AM[drafts, fragments, notes] Joint. Section II
[London] Notes and drafts of a proposed novel; selections from the manuscript were published in the Wyndham Lewis Special Number of "Agenda", vol. 7, nos. 3-4, Autumn 1969.

  17  
Lewis TM[drafts, fragments] Joint. Section II
[London] Notes and drafts of a proposed novel; selections from the manuscript were published in the Wyndham Lewis Special Number of "Agenda", vol. 7, nos. 3-4, Autumn 1969.

  17  
Lewis TM[fragments] Joint
[London] Parts of "Joint" used as a teaching tool.

  18  
Lewis AM Jo-Jo: The Scottie Dog
[n.p.] Lewis writes on this piece that it is a vignette "of an event, truthfully recounted."

  18  
Lewis AM[drafts] & TM[copy] Junior
[London] Manuscript and typescript versions of a novella, with corrections in the hand of Anne Lewis.

  18  
Lewis AM & TM Kasbahs and Souks
[London?] Was to be Lewis' second book on Morocco, "Filibusters in Barbary" being the first. This was never published although part may have appeared as "What Are the Berbers?" in "The Bookman", LXXXV, p. 183-186.Some notes were added by Cyril J. Fox, October, 1981.

  18  
Lewis AM, TM, TM[copy] & TM[fragment] Keep Culture Alive
[Toronto] This adddress was originally delivered at a bond rally in Toronto. From a notation on the first holograph leaf, Lewis had plans to issue the talk in pamphlet form.

  18  
Lewis AM[fragment, draft], TM[drafts] & 2 TM[copies] The King of the Trenches
[n.p.] Drafts of a story, re-worked several times. Published in 1967 as a chapter in "Blasting and Bombardiering". Typescript drafts bear corrections in Lewis' hand.

  19  
Lewis AM[drafts, fragments] Lecture Notes - Unidentified
[Various places] Unidentified notes and fragments for lectures given at various places

  19  
Lewis AM[draftss, notes] Lecture on "For Whom the Bell Tolls"
[Windsor] Text of a lecture delivered at the University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, Michigan.

  19  
Lewis TM Lecture on Freedom
[London] Apparently written for broadcast.

  19  
Lewis M[copy] Lecture on Freedom II
[n.p.] Given in 1940 or 1941.

  19  
Lewis AM[draft, notes] Lecture on the Relation Between Philosophy and Literature
[Windsor?] Notes for a lecture most probably delivered at Assumption College.

  19  
Lewis AM[draft, notes] Lecture on the Visual Arts
[Windsor?] Delivered as a lecture at Assumption College?

  19  
Lewis AM[drafts, fragments] Lectures on Art
[Windsor?] Part of the Assumption College lectures on art Lewis delivered in 1944?

  19  
Lewis AM[drafts, notes] & 2 TM[fragments, notes] Lectures on Art
[Windsor] Notes for two lectures delivered at Assumption College in January and February 1944.

  19  
Lewis AM & TM "Left Wings Over Europe" Sale
[London] Notes concerning the sale.

  19  
Lewis AM Letters Sent Listing
[Toronto] A list of four names and addresses of those Lewis sent letters.

  19  
Lewis AM[draft] Liberty and the Individual
[London?Toronto?] A lecture or radio address.

  19  
Lewis TM[fragment] Life is the Important Thing
[n.p.] Published in "Wyndham Lewis the Artist" and "Wyndham Lewis on Art", p. 32-34.

  19  
Lewis AM The Lioin and the Fox. Note
[London] Material identified in Lewis' hand on face of envelope.

  19  
Lewis AM List of Things To Do
[Windsor] Listing of when to do things and people with addresses and phone numbers.

  19  
Lewis List of Women's First Names
[n.p.] Three columns of women's names.

  19  
Lewis TM & TM[copy] Listing of Paintings and Drawings
[London] List is for the information of Lewis' mother with value in pounds. This was drawn up by Lewis "before going to the front". Lists owners of his works including John Quinn, Capt. Guy Baker, as well as those being held by Ezra Pound.

  19  
Lewis AM Listing of Painting With Dates of Their Composition
[London?] May have been prepared for Charles Handley-Read for "The Art of Wyndham Lewis".

  19  
Lewis AM Listing of Projected Books
[Toronto?] The list includes a book on aesthetics, a novel titled "The Refugee", a reprint of Charles Edward Lewis' "With the First Dragoons in Virginia" and part of Lewis' "American Autobiography", and a book on politics to contain a re-assessment of Hitler.

  19  
Lewis AM Lists of Names and Addresses
[n.p.] Three leaves with just names listed in three columns.

  19  
Lewis AM Literary Critiques and a Play
[n.p.] Appears to be a transcript of Lewis' literary criticism written down by others when he was blind.On verso is an AL[draft] of Anne Lewis to Marshal McLuhan, n.d., asking McLuhan to take responsibility of Lewis' copyright in the event of her death.

  20  
Lewis TM[transcripts] Letters of Wyndham Letters.
[Various Places] Transcripts typed around 1960 for the book, "Letters of Wyndham Lewis", edited by W. K. Rose (London, 1963). Among transcripts are some for which Cornell has no originals. 4 letters by T.S. Eliot, 1 letter by Charles Edward Lewis, 2 letters by G. Anne (Hoskyns) Lewis.

  20  
Lewis TM[transcripts] Letters of Wyndham Letters.
[Various Places] Transcripts typed around 1960 for the book, "Letters of Wyndham Lewis", edited by W. K. Rose (London, 1963). Among transcripts are some for which Cornell has no originals.Fragments of letters by Wyndham Lewis.

  20  
Lewis TM[transcripts] Letters of Wyndham Letters.
[Various Places] Transcripts typed around 1960 for the book, "Letters of Wyndham Lewis", edited by W. K. Rose (London, 1963). Among transcripts are some for which Cornell has no originals. Undated of letters by Wyndham Lewis.

  20  
Lewis TM[transcripts] Letters of Wyndham Letters.
[Various Places] Transcripts typed around 1960 for the book, "Letters of Wyndham Lewis", edited by W. K. Rose (London, 1963). Among transcripts are some for which Cornell has no originals. Dated letters by Wyndham Lewis.

  21  
Lewis TM[carbon] The Letters of Wyndham Lewis
[London] Typescript copy, with occasional handwritten revisions, for the book edited by W. K. Rose. A few of the pages are missing.

  22  
Lewis 2 AM[draft] & TM The Man Who Was Unlucky With Women
[London] 2 draft versions, one in Lewis' hand, the second in G. Anne Lewis' hand; along with a typed version of this short story.

  22  
Lewis TM Material Relating to Portrait Commissions
[St. Louis] Includes a listing of prominent English sitters and a commentary on the portrait of Dr. Joseph Erlanger.

  22  
Lewis AM[draft,fragments] Mathematics; The Number Nine
[London] Notebook, title page indicating above title with "An educational pamphlet" of mathematical problems and sets involving "9, the pivot of the rcurring decimal." Crossed out is the title "Casting Out the Nines".

  22  
Lewis TM[fragment] & TM[copy, fragment] Mathematics; The Number Nine
[London] Fragment entitled "Addition and Subtraction".

  22  
Lewis AM & TM[copy] Matthew Arnold
[London]Draft in the hand of G. Anne Lewis and typescript carbon of article published in the Special Autumn Number, August 6, 1954, of "The Times Literary Supplement."

  22  
Lewis AM[drafts, notes] The Meaning of Ugliness in Rousault, Picasso, and Others
[Windsor?] Text of an address delivered before the Arts Club of Chicago, February 29, 1944.

  22  
Lewis AM Memo Tablet
[n.p.] Contains addresses of persons in New York and Toronto, and other things. May have been used after 1939.

  22  
Lewis AM[fragment] Men Without Art Note
[n.p.] Concerns possible re-issue of "Men Without Art", with a new introduction as the only major change.

  22  
Lewis TM & TM[copy, fragment] Meredith As Novelist
[London] Published in "Time and Tide", vol. 35, no.39, September 25, 1954; a review of Lionel Stevenson's "The Ordeal of George Meredith."

  22  
Lewis AM[fragment] Michael Ayrton
[London] Published as "A Note on Michael Ayrton" in "Nin", II, 3, August, 1950, p. 184-185.

  22  
Lewis AM & TM Michael Ayrton Commentary
[London] May be another draft of folder 10.

  22  
Lewis AM[draft] The Mind of the Wind
[n.p.] First person short story; heavily corrected and amended.

  22  
Lewis AM Miscellaneous Art Notes for Blast, no.2
[London] The notes published in the second number of "Blast" are described as "The journal of a militant artist."

  22  
Lewis AM Miscellaneous notes and receipts
[Various places] Some notes in another's hand.

  22  
Lewis AM[draft, notes] & TM[copy, fragment] Modernism in Art
[Toronto] Notes and draft of a lecture delivered at Marygrove College, Detroit , on February 8, 1943. Included are 4 leaves torn for "Wyndham Lewis the Artist" for quotation.

  22  
Lewis AM[drafts] & M[printed] ...Mr. Eliot Has Had a Vision...
[London] Portions of this commentary were printed in "Time Magazine", May 30, 1949, in an article discussing the retrospective show of Lewis' paintings at the Redfern.

  22  
Lewis TM[fragment] Mysterious Mr. Bull?
[n.p.] Second leaf is a carbon copy of the first.

  23  
Lewis TM Mrs. Duke's Millions
[London?] Text of an unpublished novel, with some holograph corrections and additions in Lewis' and G. Anne Lewis' hand. Lewis had sumitted the "miserable potboiler" to J. B. Pinker. Pages 1-100; lacks 98-99.

  23  
Lewis TM Mrs. Duke's Millions
[London?] Text of an unpublished novel, with some holograph corrections and additions in Lewis' and G. Anne Lewis' hand. Lewis had sumitted the "miserable potboiler" to J. B. Pinker. Pages 101-200.

  23  
Lewis TM Mrs. Duke's Millions
[London?] Text of an unpublished novel, with some holograph corrections and additions in Lewis' and G. Anne Lewis' hand. Lewis had sumitted the "miserable potboiler" to J. B. Pinker. Pages 201-300.

  23  
Lewis TM Mrs. Duke's Millions
[London?] Text of an unpublished novel, with some holograph corrections and additions in Lewis' and G. Anne Lewis' hand. Lewis had sumitted the "miserable potboiler" to J. B. Pinker. Pages 301-400.

  23  
Lewis TM Mrs. Duke's Millions
[London?] Text of an unpublished novel, with some holograph corrections and additions in Lewis' and G. Anne Lewis' hand. Lewis had sumitted the "miserable potboiler" to J. B. Pinker. Pages 401-518.

  24  
Lewis AM[draft, notes] & TM[fragment] The Nature of Criterion in Fine Arts
[Windsor] Notes for a lecture delivered at Assumption College. 17 leaves in hand of Lewis; 2 leaves typed.

  24  
Lewis AM[drafts, fragments], TM, TM[copy] & TM[copy, fragments] Nature's Place in Canadian Culture
[Toronto?] The TM and TM[copy] contain corrections in Lewis' hand. Published in the "Wyndham Lewis in Canada" number of "Canadian Literature".

  24  
Lewis AM "New Verse" Questionnaire Replies
[London] Printed questionnaire with comments by Lewis on his view of poetry, methods of composition, politics, etc.

  24  
Lewis AM Nine Leaves Extracted From a Pocket Notebook
[London?] Odd notations and names; connected with art exhibitions for the most part.

  24  
Lewis TM[draft] No Voice is Ever Lost. Review
[London] Review written for the "Times Literary Supplement" of Harry Slochower's "No Voice is Ever Lost."

  24  
Lewis TM Notations Regarding Income and Expenditures
[London] Notes are from 1933 and 1934.

  24  
Lewis ANS Note of Transaction in Russell and Volkening's Office
[New York] Envelope is maked VERY IMPORTANT, Keep; in Lewis' hand.

  24  
Lewis AM Notebook Filled With Quotations From Literary and Critical Works
[London?] Spiral notebook with quotations which relate to Romanticism vs. Classicism discussions in "Man Without Art". In English, French and German.

  24  
Lewis AM Notebook of Transcriptons
[n.p.] Bound notebook with 36 pages used; many other pages blank. Writing mostly done by G. Anne Lewis with miscellaneous notes by Lewis. An unidentified piece of his writing is pasted inside the front cover. Also contains brief passages of letters of C. R. Nevinson; and whole letters to Lewis and G. Anne from Charles Edward Lewis.

  24  
Lewis AM Notes and Chronology Titled D. Harmsworth Affairs
[London] Listing of conferences and occurrences concerned with the 1932 re-issue by Harmsworth of "The Enemy of the Stars".

  24  
Lewis AM Notes and Proverbs
[n.p.] Little phrases written by Lewis on scraps of paper.

  24  
Lewis AM Notes on a Book on Art by Niklaus Pevsner
[n.p.]

  24  
Lewis AM Notes on Dante's "Divine Comedy"
[London] In the hand of Agnes Bedford.

  24  
Lewis AM Notes on Engagements and Appointments in St. Louis
[St. Louis] Concerns the sittings during Lewis' stay in St. Louis.

  24  
Lewis AM Notes on Household Expenses
[n.p.]

  24  
Lewis AM Notes on Q.D. Leavis' "Fiction and the Reading Public"
[n.p.] Extracted from Lewis' personal copy of the Leavis work.

  24  
Lewis AM Notes on Portraits of Assumption College Presidents
[Windsor] A detailed account of the requirements and execution of this commission can be found in Walter Michel's "Wyndham Lewis Paintings and Drawings", p. 345.

  24  
Lewis AM Notes on the Lewis Family
[London] Contains notes and addresses.

  24  
Lewis AM Notices Left with Harcourt Brace
[n.p.]

  25  
Lewis AM, TM[copy] & TM[translation] O Thou Whose Home is Heaven
[n.p.] Poem written on back of letter in German from Richard Meyer to "Fritzchen", dated 24.11.05; Hamburg.

  25  
Lewis TM[fragments] On American Art
[n.p.] Unidentified fragments in which Lewis claims that the American achievements in the visual arts do not match those in literature, with the exception of Whistler.

  25  
Lewis AM[draft, fragment, TM On American Art in the Museum of Modern Art
[n.p.] Draft of "American Melting Pot"?

  25  
Lewis AM[draft] On Being Normal With Mary
[London?] Uncomplete? draft of poem/song.

  25  
Lewis AM[draft, fragment] On Culture
[London?] About civilization and culture in cities.

  25  
Lewis TM[carbon] On the Machine
[n.p.] An article on men, machines and art. Similar in subject matter to TM "Shropshire Lads and Robots", 1933.

  25  
Lewis TM[fragment] On the Outlook For the Fine Arts
[n.p.]

  25  
Lewis AM[draft, notes, fragments] Order of Nature in the Role of Art
[Windsor?] A Lecture delivered by Lewis at the City Art Museum of St. Louis, February 18, 1944.

  25  
Lewis AM[drafts, fragments] & TM[draft, fragments] Our Wild Body
[London?]Portions of a variant text of this essay was published in 1927 as "The Wild Body." This incomplete version is basically as published in the May 5, 1910 issue of "The New Age."

  25  
Lewis TM Painting As a Sport
[n.p.] Introduction as "Super-nature Versus Super-real", to "Wyndham Lewis the Artist".

  25  
Lewis AM[drafts, fragments] & TM[drafts, fragments] Peoples' Colleges
[London?] Portions of an essay dealing with post-war social change in Great Britain and the extablishment of the red brick universities.

  25  
Lewis AM[draft], TM[fragment], 2 TM[copies], TM[variant] & TM[variant, copy] Personal Statement
[Toronto?] Variant texts of an analysis of Lewis' political and social views in the 1930's, and subsequent changes in his opinions. The first leaf of one typescript bears alternate titles in Lewis' hand.

  25  
Lewis AM & TM[copy] Perspectives on Lawrence
[London] Holograph draft in G. Anne Lewis' hand, and typescript copy of reviews published in "The Hudson Review", vol. 8, no. 4, December 1956.

  25  
Lewis AM Peter Herrold Strode Up and Down...
[London] Portions of the manuscript are in the hand of G. Anne Lewis.

  25  
Lewis AM[drafts, notes] The Philosophical Roots of Modern Art and Literature
[Windsor] Notes for a group of ten lectures delivered in the summer session, 1943 of Assumption College, Windsor, Ontario, Canada.

  26  
Lewis AM[fragment] & TM Pioneer Spirit in Modernity Corresponds to Greed
[n.p.] A third of the page is typed, the rest is written in the hand of G. Anne Lewis.

  26  
Lewis AM[drafts] Pish-Tush
[London] Published in "Encounter", vol. 6, no. 2, February 1956.

  26  
Lewis TM Pish-Tush
[London] Published in "Encounter", vol. 6, no. 2, February 1956.

  26  
Lewis AM[drafts, fragments], TM, TM[copies] Poems
[n.p.] A group of ealy, unpublished poems by Wyndham Lewis. The material is accompanied by an envelope in which the typed copies were originally enclosed. A note by Lewis, dated October 1942 on the envelope, from Toronto, states: "... It is certainly not my intention to have these not very interesting early efforts published..."

  26  
Lewis AM Poppa Kettle
[London?] Also under hearding "American Poems".

  26  
Lewis TM[copy] Popular Art in the United States. Review
[London] A review of the book by Erwin G. Christensen.

  26  
Lewis AM[draft] Preface (for Book of Few Lines)
[n.p.] Concerns art's relation to the object it represents. See also the typescript, filed with his AM & TM "The Grafton Group", 1914. On verso is and advertisement for "The Tyro" magazine to be published April 1921.

  26  
Lewis TM[carbon] A Preliminary Catalogue of Drawings byWyndham Lewis in the Possession of Mrs. Lewis
[n.p.] Found in the papers of Mrs. Lewis.

  26  
Lewis AM Princess Giselle de Avarine
[n.p.] Seems to be a character study and dialogue development.

  26  
Lewis AM[drafts, notes] The Problem of Beauty
[Windsor?] Identified in Lewis' hand as "Chatham Lecture", delivered at Chatham, Ontario, Canada.

  26  
Lewis AM[draft] Proposal for a Book to Deal with the Paintings of Augustus and Gwen John
[n.p.] With proposals for plates and other illustrations.

  26  
Lewis TM[draft] Proposal for a Book to Deal with the Paintings of Augustus and Gwen John
[n.p.]

  26  
Lewis AM[fragments] Prose Fragments
[n.p.] Unidentified fragments, with a note in the hand of Mrs. Lewis: "Part II. Blasting & Bombardiering."

  26  
Lewis AM & TM Public Spirit & Egotistic Mind
[Toronto] A Bound notebook with an introductory essay for a proposed book to deal with the nature of "public" spirit vs. the individual defined as "lone wolf" - includes a justification of certain pre-war attitudes.

  27  
Lewis AM[draft] Questionnaire Concerning the Establishment and Activities of the Arts Council of Great Britain
[London?]

  27  
Lewis AM[fragment] The Race-Class-Time Idea
[n.p.]

  27  
Lewis TM[copy] Radio Address on the Use of "Democratic" Propoganda
[Toronto] Radio address based on the general argument of Lewis' "Anglosaxony". Identified on the first leaf in Lewis' hand.

  27  
Lewis AM The Rebellious Patient
[London] Published in "Shenandoah", vol. 4, nos. 2-3, Summer/Autumn 1953.

  27  
Lewis AM[draft, fragments] & TM[fragments] Record of Life in America
[Windsor] Opening leaves of an account of his life during the 1930's in England 9with commentary on illness and hospitalization ) and the economic pressures which forced him to come to the United States.

  27  
Lewis AM Reenter Utopia
[Ottawa?] Written on the back of an evelope addressed to Lewis in Ottawa.

  27  
Lewis AM[draft, fragment] Religious Expression in Contemporary Art
[Windsor?] This lecture was given 2 January 1943 and reprinted in "Wyndham Lewis on Art", 366-80.

  27  
Lewis AM, TM, & TM[copy, fragment] Religious Expression in Contemporary Art (Rouault and Original Sin)
[Windsor?] Notes and outline for a lecture given January 2, 1943, at Assumption College, Windsor, Canada. Published in "Wyndham Lewis on Art" p. 366.

  27  
Lewis AM[fragment] Response to Mr. Robert Melville
[London] Response to Melville's unfavourable survey of Lewis' career, "Portrait of the Artist, no.7: Wyndham Lewis", which appeared in "Art, News & Review", I, 7 (7 May 1949), 1, 3.

  27  
Lewis AM[frgment] Review of an Exhibition at the Royal Academy
[n.p.] Exhibition review.

  27  
Lewis TM[fragment] Review of Art Exhibition
[n.p.] Unidentified fragment not found in "Wyndham Lewis the Artist" or "Wyndham Lewis on Art", about expressionism, cubism, and futurism.

  27  
Lewis TM[copy, fragment] The Rock Drill
[n.p.] A review for the "New Statesman", April 7, 1951, of "The Letters of Exra Pound", ed. by D. D. Paige (London, Faber & Faber, 1951)

  27  
Lewis TM[fragment] & TM[copy, fragment] The Role of Line in Art
[n.p.] For a book of the smae name which was to be published Autumn 1941 by George Viscount Carlow's Corvinus Press.

  27  
Lewis AM Romantic Contemporary Fiction in England and America
[n.p.] Notes and draft of a lecture delivered at the Foxcroft School, Middleburg, Virginia.

  27  
Lewis AM[draft, fragment] Romantic Impressionists and Scientific Impressionists
[London] Published as "The Courtland Memorial Exhibition". In "Wyndham Lewis on Art", p. 431-432. Originally appeared in "The Listener", XXXIX, June 10, 1948, p. 944.

  27  
Lewis TM The Romanticism of Robin
[London?] Typescript made in the 1950's, of an unpublished short story.

  27  
Lewis TM Room III: The Cubist Room
[n.p.] Apparently a late TM, with annotations in Mrs. Lewis' hand. A shortened version of this is published in "Wyndham Lewis on Art", p. 56-57.

  27  
Lewis AM[draft] Rough Draft for Spring
[n.p.] A lecture on T. S. Eliot's "cultured person".

  27  
Lewis M[proof] Round the Galleries
[n.p.] Galley proof with corrections in Lewis' hand. Published in "The Listener', January, 19, 1950.

  27  
Lewis AM[draft] Round the London Art Galleries
[London] Contains a review of Augustus John's work.

  27  
Lewis TM[fragment] Round the London Art Galleries
[London] Contains a review of Koofi Antubam's and Denis Williams's work.

  27  
Lewis AM[draft] & TM[copy] Round the London Art Galleries
[London] A review of Jacob Epstein's work.

  27  
Lewis AM[drafts] & TM Round the London Art Galleries
[London] Exhibition by Robert Colquhoun is the main topic of this group of reviews.

  27  
Lewis AM[draft,fragment] & TM[copy, fragment] Round the London Art Galleries
[London] Discusses many artists including Julian Trevelyan, William Scott, Ceri Richars and Henry Moore.

  27  
Lewis TM[copy, fragment] Round the London Art Galleries
London; Discusses many artists including Merlyn Evans, Richard Eurich and David Bomberg.

  27  
Lewis TM[copy] Round the London Art Galleries
London; Discusses many artists including Francis Bacon, Giorgio de Chirico, and Andre Bicat.

  27  
Lewis AM[drafts,fragments] & TM[fragments] Round the London Art Galleries
London; Discusses many artists including David Bomberg, Michael Ayrton and others.

  27  
Lewis TM[copy, fragment] Round the London Art Galleries
London; Discusses many artists including M. Reynold Arnould, John Craxton and Mark Gertler.

  27  
Lewis TM[copy, fragment] Round the London Art Galleries
London; Discusses many artists including J. Leslie Wright and Adrian Ryan.

  27  
Lewis TM[copy] Round the London Art Galleries
London; Discusses many artists including Ethel Walker, Francis Bacon, and Augustus John.

  27  
Lewis TM[copy] Round the London Art Galleries
London; Discusses many artists including Eric Peskett, Desmond Morris, and Henry Fuseli.

  27  
Lewis AM[draft] & TM[copy] Round the London Art Galleries
London; Discusses many artists including Will Rothenstein, Arthur Tooth and Stanley Spencer

  27  
Lewis TM The Royal Academy
[London] With holograph corrections. A caustic attack on the R. A. Published in "Contancet", May/June 1950, pp. 22-25.

  28  
Lewis AM[drafts] & TM The Red Priest. Synopsis
[London] Synopsis, partial drafts and transcriptions

  28  
Lewis TM The Red Priest. Section I
[London] Printers copy of section I

  28  
Lewis TM The Red Priest. Section II
[London] Printers copy of section II.

  29  
Lewis AM & M[aman.] The Red Priest. Section I.
London; Manuscript in Lewis' hand and G. Anne Lewis' hand.

  29  
Lewis AM & M[aman.] The Red Priest. Section II
London; Manuscript in Lewis' hand and G. Anne Lewis' hand.

  29  
Lewis AM & M[aman.] The Red Priest. Section III
London; Manuscript in Lewis' hand and G. Anne Lewis' hand.

  29  
Lewis AM & M[aman.] The Red Priest. Section IV
London; Manuscript in Lewis' hand and G. Anne Lewis' hand.

  29  
Lewis AM & M[aman.] The Red Priest. Section V
London; Manuscript in Lewis' hand and G. Anne Lewis' hand.

  30  
Lewis AM, AM[aman.] The Red Priest. Section I
London; Manuscript in Lewis' and G. Anne Lewis" hand. Notes and rejected material.

  30  
Lewis AM, AM[aman.] The Red Priest. Section II
London; Manuscript in Lewis' and G. Anne Lewis" hand. Notes and rejected material.

  31  
Lewis TM Rotting Hill. Foreward
[n.p.] An expanded version of this TM appears as "A Cancelled Forward" to the Black Sparrow edition of "Rotting Hill", 1986, pp. 343-349.

  31  
Lewis TM Rotting Hill. Section I
[London] Drafts with corrections, notes and introductory material. Published by Methuen in 1951; in 1952 by Regnery.

  31  
Lewis TM Rotting Hill. Section II
[London] Drafts with corrections, notes and introductory material. Published by Methuen in 1951; in 1952 by Regnery.

  31  
Lewis TM Rotting Hill. Section III
[London] Drafts with corrections, notes and introductory material. Published by Methuen in 1951; in 1952 by Regnery.

  31  
Lewis TM Rotting Hill. Section IV
[London] Drafts with corrections, notes and introductory material. Published by Methuen in 1951; in 1952 by Regnery.

  31  
Lewis TM Rotting Hill. Section V
[London] Drafts with corrections, notes and introductory material. Published by Methuen in 1951; in 1952 by Regnery.

  31  
Lewis AM Rotting Hill. Envelope
[London] Empty envelope on which Lewis has written, "Stuff to be kept for "Rot Book". Presumably used for notes to "Rotting Hill."

  32  
Lewis AM Rotting Hill. Section I
[London] Drafts with corrections, notes and introductory material. Published by Methuen in 1951; in 1952 by Regnery.

  32  
Lewis AM Rotting Hill. Section II
[London] Drafts with corrections, notes and introductory material. Published by Methuen in 1951; in 1952 by Regnery.

  32  
Lewis AM Rotting Hill. Section III
[London] Drafts with corrections, notes and introductory material. Published by Methuen in 1951; in 1952 by Regnery.

  32  
Lewis AM Rotting Hill. Section IV
[London] Drafts with corrections, notes and introductory material. Published by Methuen in 1951; in 1952 by Regnery.

  33  
Lewis AM, & TM[drafts, fragments, clippings, proofs] Rude Assignment
[London] Drafts, fragments, clippings and proofs.

  33  
Lewis TM[printed] Rude Assignment
[London] Galley proofs A

  33  
Lewis TM[printed] Rude Assignment
[London] Galley proofs B

  33  
Lewis TM[printed] Rude Assignment
[London] Galley proofs C

  33  
Lewis TM[printed] Rude Assignment
[London] Galley proofs D

  34  
Lewis AM & TM Rude Assignment
[London] With hand written corrections. Introduction and Chapters [I] - IX

  34  
Lewis AM & TM Rude Assignment
[London] With hand written corrections. Chapters X - XIX

  35  
Lewis AM & TM Rude Assignment
[London] With hand written corrections. Chapters XX - XXIX

  35  
Lewis AM & TM Rude Assignment
[London] With hand written corrections. Chapters XXX - XXXVII & Envoi

  35  
Lewis AM[fragment] Rude Assignment
[London] Fragment from "Rude Assignment"

  36  
Lewis AM & TM[drafts] Satire & Fiction. Foreword.
[London] Versions of the foreword to "Satire and Fiction"

  36  
Lewis AM & TM[drafts, fragments] Satire & Fiction
[London] Portions of the published text, with holograph and typescript amendments and changes. Possibly revised by Lewis for a later re-issue?

  36  
Lewis AM[drafts notes] Satiric Verse
[London] Notes and versions of a lecture delivered at Harvard University.

  36  
Lewis AM[fragments, clippings] Scrapbook
[London] Bound scrapbook with 15 pages used. Many of the notations and clippings deal with "exotic" locale, slang expressions, etc.

  36  
Lewis [printed] Scrapbook of Clippings
[n.p.] Bound scrapbook with 6 leaves used and a number of loose clippings. Clippings are mostly portraits and photographs of notable political figures and writers. The pictures appear to date from the 1930's and 1940's; a number were clipped for "Time" magazine.

  36  
Lewis AM Scrapbook of Subjects for Short Stories
[London] Bound scrapbook with clippings and notations in the hand of G. Anne Lewis. Some clippings pasted in and others are loose.

  37  
Lewis AM Scrapbook
[London] Bound scrapbook with notations and newspaper clippings; chiefly concerned with books and literary matters; using only 7 leaves.

  37  
Lewis AM Scraps of Paper With Addresses
[n.p.] Addresses both in Canada and Europe. Many of Lewis' relatives.

  37  
Lewis TM & TM[copy] The Sea-Mists of Winter
[London] Text of article, published in "The Listener, vol. 45, no. 1158, May 10, 1951, announcing his blindness and the discontinuation of his articles on contemporary art.

  37  
Lewis TM The short or the Long
[London] Article published in the "Evening Standard" of 28 April 1922 as "The Long and the Short of It" concering fashions in skirt lengths. With holograph corrections.

  37  
Lewis AM[drafts, notes] & TM[fragment] Should American Art Differ From European Art?
[New York] Drafts and notes of a lecture delivered on February 14, 1940 at Columbia University. Included is a printed flyer advertising the lecture.

  37  
Lewis TM[copy] Shropshire Lads and Robots
[London] First leaf bears title "The Machine Poets"; a note in Lewis' hand states that this text was written for "Everyman." Text actually published in two installments in "New Britain", nos. 33 & 34 of 3 & 10 January 1934.

  37  
Lewis AMS & TM Silver Paper Hills
[n.p.] Notes, synopsis and opening chapter of this proposed novel with deals with a successful British painter who leaves London, his wife, his establishment-approved painting style for Rome. A "beautiful post-debutante", he "begins painting the most peculiar picture."

  37  
Lewis TM[copy] Sitwell Circus
[London] Carbon of the article printed in "Time and Tide", 15, no.46, Nov.17, 1934. A study, primarily of Edith Sitwell, emphasizing the role of the three Sitwells as publicists and poseurs.

  37  
Lewis TM Snooty Baronet. New York and Val, Chapters I & II
[London] Typescript of "Snooty Baronet" submitted by Lewis to Coburn Gilman, who attempted unsuccessfully to find an American publisher for the novel. Heavily annotated by Lewis.

  37  
Lewis TM Snooty Baronet. Humph, Chapter III
[London] Typescript of "Snooty Baronet" submitted by Lewis to Coburn Gilman, who attempted unsuccessfully to find an American publisher for the novel. Heavily annotated by Lewis.

  37  
Lewis TM Snooty Baronet. Mithras, Chapter IV
[London] Typescript of "Snooty Baronet" submitted by Lewis to Coburn Gilman, who attempted unsuccessfully to find an American publisher for the novel. Heavily annotated by Lewis.

  37  
Lewis TM Snooty Baronet. Lily, ChapterV
[London] Typescript of "Snooty Baronet" submitted by Lewis to Coburn Gilman, who attempted unsuccessfully to find an American publisher for the novel. Heavily annotated by Lewis.

  37  
Lewis TM Snooty Baronet. The Hatter's Automaton, Chapter VI
[London] Typescript of "Snooty Baronet" submitted by Lewis to Coburn Gilman, who attempted unsuccessfully to find an American publisher for the novel. Heavily annotated by Lewis.

  37  
Lewis TM Snooty Baronet. A Lord of Language & Bull-fight, Chapters VII & VIII
[London] Typescript of "Snooty Baronet" submitted by Lewis to Coburn Gilman, who attempted unsuccessfully to find an American publisher for the novel. Heavily annotated by Lewis.

  37  
Lewis TM Snooty Baronet. The Universe of Absence, Chapter IX
[London] Typescript of "Snooty Baronet" submitted by Lewis to Coburn Gilman, who attempted unsuccessfully to find an American publisher for the novel. Heavily annotated by Lewis.

  37  
Lewis TM Snooty Baronet. The Universe of Absence & Persia, Chapters IX & X
[London] Typescript of "Snooty Baronet" submitted by Lewis to Coburn Gilman, who attempted unsuccessfully to find an American publisher for the novel. Heavily annotated by Lewis.

  37  
Lewis TM Snooty Baronet. Persia, Chapter X
[London] Typescript of "Snooty Baronet" submitted by Lewis to Coburn Gilman, who attempted unsuccessfully to find an American publisher for the novel. Heavily annotated by Lewis.

  37  
Lewis TM Snooty Baronet. Bandit-Host & Snooty's SOS, Chapters XI & XII
[London] Typescript of "Snooty Baronet" submitted by Lewis to Coburn Gilman, who attempted unsuccessfully to find an American publisher for the novel. Heavily annotated by Lewis.

  38  
Lewis AM [drafts] Self Condemned. Chapters I-V
[Toronto,London] Manuscript material in the hands of Wyndham and G. Anne Lewis. It appears portions of the novel were begun in Canada; the bulk of the work was completed in London in the 1950's. Both AM & TM are heavily amended.Accompanying material includes extensive groups of material dealing with individual characterizations in the text, newspaper clippings and lists of American/Canadian slang and idioms.

  38  
Lewis AM [drafts] Self Condemned. Chapters VI-X
[Toronto,London] Manuscript material in the hands of Wyndham and G.

Anne Lewis. It appears portions of the novel were begun in Canada; the bulk of the work was completed in London in the 1950's. Both AM & TM are heavily amended.Accompanying material includes extensive groups of material dealing with individual characterizations in the text, newspaper clippings and lists of American/Canadian slang and idioms.

  38  
Lewis TM Self Condemned. I
[Toronto,London] Originally titled "You Are Not By Any Chance a Fool My Son? Manuscript material in the hands of Wyndham and G. Anne Lewis. It appears portions of the novel were begun in Canada; the bulk of the work was completed in London in the 1950's. Both AM & TM are heavily amended.Accompanying material includes extensive groups of material dealing with individual characterizations in the text, newspaper clippings and lists of American/Canadian slang and idioms.

  39  
Lewis AM[drafts] Self Condemned. Chapters XII-XXIII
[Toronto,London] Originally titled "You Are Not By Any Chance a Fool My Son? Manuscript material in the hands of Wyndham and G. Anne Lewis. It appears portions of the novel were begun in Canada; the bulk of the work was completed in London in the 1950's. Both AM & TM are heavily amended.Accompanying material includes extensive groups of material dealing with individual characterizations in the text, newspaper clippings and lists of American/Canadian slang and idioms.

  39  
Lewis AM[drafts] Self Condemned. Chapters XXIV-XXIX
[Toronto,London] Originally titled "You Are Not By Any Chance a Fool My Son? Manuscript material in the hands of Wyndham and G. Anne Lewis. It appears portions of the novel were begun in Canada; the bulk of the work was completed in London in the 1950's. Both AM & TM are heavily amended.Accompanying material includes extensive groups of material dealing with individual characterizations in the text, newspaper clippings and lists of American/Canadian slang and idioms.

  39  
Lewis AM[drafts] Self Condemned. Chapters XXX-Conclusion
[Toronto,London] Originally titled "You Are Not By Any Chance a Fool My Son? Manuscript material in the hands of Wyndham and G. Anne Lewis. It appears portions of the novel were begun in Canada; the bulk of the work was completed in London in the 1950's. Both AM & TM are heavily amended.Accompanying material includes extensive groups of material dealing with individual characterizations in the text, newspaper clippings and lists of American/Canadian slang and idioms.

  39  
Lewis AM& TM Self Condemned. Conclusion
[Toronto,London] Variant conclusion; unpublished. Originally titled "You Are Not By Any Chance a Fool My Son? Manuscript material in the hands of Wyndham and G. Anne Lewis. It appears portions of the novel were begun in Canada; the bulk of the work was completed in London in the 1950's. Both AM & TM are heavily amended.Accompanying material includes extensive groups of material dealing with individual characterizations in the text, newspaper clippings and lists of American/Canadian slang and idioms.

  40  
Lewis TM Self Condemned. II
[Toronto,London] Originally titled "You Are Not By Any Chance a Fool My Son? Manuscript material in the hands of Wyndham and G. Anne Lewis. It appears portions of the novel were begun in Canada; the bulk of the work was completed in London in the 1950's. Both AM & TM are heavily amended.Accompanying material includes extensive groups of material dealing with individual characterizations in the text, newspaper clippings and lists of American/Canadian slang and idioms.

  40  
Lewis TM Self Condemned. III
[Toronto,London] Originally titled "You Are Not By Any Chance a Fool My Son? Manuscript material in the hands of Wyndham and G. Anne Lewis. It appears portions of the novel were begun in Canada; the bulk of the work was completed in London in the 1950's. Both AM & TM are heavily amended.Accompanying material includes extensive groups of material dealing with individual characterizations in the text, newspaper clippings and lists of American/Canadian slang and idioms.

  41  
Lewis AM & M[printed] Self Condemned. Notes, clippings, fragments
[Toronto,London] Originally titled "You Are Not By Any Chance a Fool My Son? Manuscript material in the hands of Wyndham and G. Anne Lewis. It appears portions of the novel were begun in Canada; the bulk of the work was completed in London in the 1950's. Both AM & TM are heavily amended.Accompanying material includes extensive groups of material dealing with individual characterizations in the text, newspaper clippings and lists of American/Canadian slang and idioms.

  41  
Lewis AM[fragments, drafts] & TM[fragments, drafts. Self Condemned.
[Toronto,London] Originally titled "You Are Not By Any Chance a Fool My Son? Manuscript material in the hands of Wyndham and G. Anne Lewis. It appears portions of the novel were begun in Canada; the bulk of the work was completed in London in the 1950's. Both AM & TM are heavily amended.Accompanying material includes extensive groups of material dealing with individual characterizations in the text, newspaper clippings and lists of American/Canadian slang and idioms.

  41  
Lewis AM & TM[copies, fragments, drafts] Self Condemned.
[Toronto,London] Originally titled "You Are Not By Any Chance a Fool My Son? Manuscript material in the hands of Wyndham and G. Anne Lewis. It appears portions of the novel were begun in Canada; the bulk of the work was completed in London in the 1950's. Both AM & TM are heavily amended.Accompanying material includes extensive groups of material dealing with individual characterizations in the text, newspaper clippings and lists of American/Canadian slang and idioms.

  42  
Lewis AM & TM Some in the Van of Enterprise have Placed ...
[n.p.] Sonnet published in "Rude Assignment".

  42  
Lewis TM[fragment] Spanish Characteristics
[n.p.] Different from "A Spanish Household".

  42  
Lewis AM[fragment] & TM & TM[copy] A Spanish Household
[n.p.] Manuscript includes two holograph leaves and text (with corrections in Lewis' hand) transcribed in typescript, with cargon copy. First published in "The Tramp: An Open Air Magazine", June/July 1910.

  42  
Lewis AM Speech made at the Unveiling of Lewis' Portrait of J. S. McLean
[Toronto] Lewis had been commissioned by McLean, a Canadian industrialist, to paint his portrait.

  42  
Lewis AM Statement of Who Really Were the "Vorticists"
[Toronto] Includes 2 newspaper clippings.

  42  
Lewis AM & TM Super-Nature Versus Super-Real
[London] Parts I-IV on the introductions to "Wyndham Lewis the Artist". For conclusions (Pts. V &VI) see TM "Painting as a Sport".

  42  
Lewis AM[copy] Synopsis
[n.p.] Xerox copy "Synopsis" of "Trial of Man"[?]

  42  
Lewis TM Synopsis of a Novel, 1946
[London] A synopsis of a novel to be called "Chateau Box" 9or "Hotel Chateau Rex"); "the war as seen from a colony. Relatedd to "Self Condemned", Lewis states that "the hero of the book is the "Hotel" and the themes described are general.There are no references to any pivotal characters or to a protagonist, as Rene Harding. With minor corrections in Lewis' hand.

  42  
Lewis AM[draft,] Synopsis of a novel
[n.p.] Synopsis of a short story or novel set in an imaginary city-state in Renaissance Italy. In the hand of Agnes Bedford.

  42  
Lewis TM Synopsis No. 1
[London?, Toronto?, Windsor?] An outline of a novel set in the Italian Renaissance, centering on the development of warfare technology, though otherwise a fairly conventional "historical novel."

  42  
Lewis TM Table of Contents - Short Stories
[London] Five of the eight stories listed appeared in "Unlucky for Pringle."

  42  
Lewis TM[draft], TM & TM[copy] Talk on the Visual Arts as a Language
[n.p.] Probably a talk given by Lewis on B.B.C. radio. The draft has corrections in Lewis' hand.

  42  
Lewis AM Tarr - Scene Outline
[n.p.] Appears to be an outline from the book to aid in the adaption of the storyline to another format.

  42  
Lewis AM[draft] & TM[copy] Tarr
[London] Additional dialogue composed for the B.B.C. adaptation of "Tarr" made in 1956. The draft manuscript is in the hand of Agnes Bedford.

  42  
Lewis TM[carbon, fragment] Tarr
[n.p.] Possibly a radio play, characters speaking have been identifies as Bertha and Kreisler.

  42  
Lewis TM Die Tat Contribution
[London] Lewis was asked to contribute to the newspaper, "Die Tat", published at Zurich, on the political and social future for post-war Europe. Lewis predicts, barring an atomic disaster, the creation of an international state. Text in German and English.

  42  
Lewis AM & TM A Theory of Divine Imperfection
[London?]Typescript has corrections in Mrs. Lewis' hand.

  42  
Lewis AM & TM Time and Western Man: Author's Foreword
[n.p.] Apparently a new introduction, never completed, for the 1957 Beacon Press paperback edition. The AM is in the hand of Agnes Bedford, and was found with letters of John Reid to G. Anne Lewis.

  42  
Lewis TM[fragment] Towards an Earth Culture, or the Eclectic Curlture of Transition
[London] Published in "Wyndham Lewis on Art", p. 381-392.

  42  
Lewis AM[copy] Transcription of a Notebook Kept by Wyndham Lewis
[London] Copy in the hand of G. Anne Lewis. Notes refer to "The Apes of God", "Joint", and "The Childermass".

  43  
Lewis AM Time and Western Man. Review Extracts
[London] Not in Lewis' hand. Some extracts from English and American Reviews for "Time and Western Man"

  43  
Lewis AM & TM Time and Western Man
[London]Pages 1-150. Compsed of holograph, partial typescript and portions of printed proof. Typescript and proofs heavily corrected and amended in Lewis' hand.

  43  
Lewis AM & TM Time and Western Man
[London]Pages 151-300. Compsed of holograph, partial typescript and portions of printed proof. Typescript and proofs heavily corrected and amended in Lewis' hand.

  43  
Lewis AM & TM Time and Western Man
[London]Pages 301-457. Compsed of holograph, partial typescript and portions of printed proof. Typescript and proofs heavily corrected and amended in Lewis' hand.

  43  
Lewis AM[fragment] & TM[fragment] Trial of Man
[n.p.] Holograph manuscript has a few paragraphs in Lewis' hand, others are in the hand of G. Anne Lewis.

  44  
Lewis AM & TM Twentieth Century Palette. Synopses
[London] Includes synopses, charts, notes and fragments. Manuscript material for an unpublished novel dealing with the life of an English artist/aesthetician.

  44  
Lewis AM & TM Twentieth Century Palette. Part I
[London] Manuscript material for an unpublished novel dealing with the life of an English artist/aesthetician.

  44  
Lewis AM & TM Twentieth Century Palette. Part II
[London] Manuscript material for an unpublished novel dealing with the life of an English artist/aesthetician.

  45  
Lewis AM & TM Twentieth Century Palette. Part III
[London] Includes synopses, charts, notes and fragments. Manuscript material for an unpublished novel dealing with the life of an English artist/aesthetician.

  45  
Lewis TM[copy] Twentieth Century Palette. Chapters IX and XVI
[London] Includes synopses, charts, notes and fragments. Manuscript material for an unpublished novel dealing with the life of an English artist/aesthetician.

  45  
Lewis TM[fragment] Twentieth Century Palette. Chapter IX
[London] Includes synopses, charts, notes and fragments. Manuscript material for an unpublished novel dealing with the life of an English artist/aesthetician.

  45  
Lewis AM[drafts, fragments] Twentieth Century Palette. Miscellaneous.
[London] Includes synopses, charts, notes and fragments. Manuscript material for an unpublished novel dealing with the life of an English artist/aesthetician.

  46  
Lewis TM[copy] Twentieth Century Palette
[London] Xerox of copyflo done for Dr. W. Michel, publisher, and returned to RMC.

  47  
Lewis AM & TM The Two Captains
[London] Draft in Lewis' hand with transcription in G. Anne Lewis' hand plus typescript version.

  47  
Lewis AM[fragments, drafts] Two Fragments
[London] Two fragments, both dealing with themes of sadism/homosexuality. One fragment concerns a public school headmaster who submits to a flogging; the other "the usual little Yankee pederast-pot."

  47  
Lewis TM[copy?] Tyros & Portraits
[London] Foreword to the catalogue of the "Exhibition of Paintings and Drawings by Wyndham Lewis" held at the Leicester Galleries, April 1921.

  47  
Lewis TM[printed] Unlucky for Pringle and Other Stories. Galley Proofs
[London] Galley proofs of a collection of short stories

  47  
Lewis AM Various Unrelated Notes and Fragments
[n.p.] Fragments and notes not identified.

  47  
Lewis AM[draft] & TM[fragment] The Vita of Wyndham Lewis
[London] Identified on first page as written for Doubleday & Co., New York. Includes account of contemporary habits as well as retrospective study of career.

  47  
Lewis TM[fragment] & TM[copy, fragment] The Vorticists
[London] Page 6 with carbon copy.

  47  
Lewis AM[draft] Vuillard, the Intimiste
[London] Appears in substanially altered form in "Round the Galleries" in "Wyndham Lewis on Art", p. 418-421.

  47  
Lewis AM[note] Vulgar Streak
[Toronto] Commentary by Lewis on "The Vulgar Streak", relating it among other things to Stendhal's "Le Rouge et le Noir". May be a draft to accompany the British edition while Lewis was seeking an American publisher for the novel.

  47  
Lewis AM[note] The Vulgar Streak
Toronto; Includes a listing and partial transcription of reviews of "The Vulgar Streak" which appeared in English periodicals.

  47  
Lewis TM The War Baby
[n.p.] With holograph corrections. Published in "Arts and Letters", n.s. 2, no.1.

  47  
Lewis TM The Weeping Man
[n.p.] Short story, with minor corrections in the hand of G. Anne Lewis.

  47  
Lewis AM[draft, fragment] What is a Contemporary?
[London] Reviews of exhibtion of Gerard David and others at the Lecister Galleries. A portion of this draft appears in "Round the Galleries in "Whydham Lewis the Artist".

  47  
Lewis TM When John Bull Laughs
[London] Identifies on first leaf in Lewis' hand as a radio address delivered in June 1938. Concerned with contemporary British distaste for satire.

  47  
Lewis TM Who's Who of Mr. Wyndham Lewis
[New York?] Title supplied in Lewis' hand. A press release, written by Lewis himself, describing his career ... "one of the most remarkable as also one of the most controversial figures in the world of art and letters..."

  47  
Lewis TM[copy] Will Eccles
[London] Appeared as a serial story in no. 1 of "The Tyro", 1921.

  48  
Lewis AM & TM The Woman Watcher
[London] Shorty story, partially in the hand of G. Anne Lewis. Material also includes a variant opening chapter entitled "Minor Lions" and a four-leaf "Book Ending."

  48  
Lewis AM[drafts, notes] & TM The Writer and the Absolute. Group I
[London] Draft, partially in holograph and partially in typescript, and annotated typescript copy. With notes fragments, and clippings.

  48  
Lewis TM The Writer and the Absolute. Section I
[London] Draft, partially in holograph and partially in typescript, and annotated typescript copy. With notes fragments, and clippings.

  48  
Lewis TM The Writer and the Absolute. Section II
[London] Draft, partially in holograph and partially in typescript, and annotated typescript copy. With notes fragments, and clippings.

  49  
Lewis AM[drafts, notes, clippings] The Writer and the Absolute. Group II
[London] Draft, partially in holograph and partially in typescript, and annotated typescript copy. With notes fragments, and clippings.

  49  
Lewis AM[drafts, notes, clippings] The Writer and the Absolute. Group III
[London] Draft, partially in holograph and partially in typescript, and annotated typescript copy. With notes fragments, and clippings.

  49  
Lewis TM The Writer and the Absolute. Section III
[London] Draft, partially in holograph and partially in typescript, and annotated typescript copy. With notes fragments, and clippings.

  50  
Lewis TM & TM[copy] Writings and Possible Books
[London?] A listing, made by Lewis, of published and unpublished writings. Dates from the same period in which he compiled the listing of Paintings and drawings before going to the front in World War I.

  50  
Lewis TM[copy] Wyndham Lewis : Catalogue Sections
[London] Listing made by G. Anne Lewis probably for an exhibition on Lewis by the National Book League.

  50  
Lewis AM Wyndham Lewis and Vorticism. Intoduction
[London] Written to accompany the exhibition of paintings by Lewis and other vorticist artists held at the Tate Gallery in 1956.

  50  
Lewis TM[fragment] Wyndham Lewis Asks What is Industrial Art?
[London] Review of exhibition "Art in Industry" at Burlington House. Appeared in "Commercial Art & Industry," XVIII, 105, 6 March 1935, p. 83-86.

  50  
Lewis TM[copy] Wyndham Lewis, Painter and Writer
[St. Louis] Possibly drawn up by Felix Giovanelli and Marshall McLuhan as a press release to aid Lewis in obtaining portrait commissions and lecturing positions.

  50  
Lewis TM[printed] Wyndham Lewis the Artist From "Blast" to Burlington House
[London] Newspaper clippings of two letters by Lewis about the rejected portrait of T. S. Eliot. They were reprinted in "Wyndham Lewis the Artist From "Blast" to Burlington House."

  50  
Lewis AM[fragments, draft] Wyndham Lewis the Artist From "Blast" to Burlington House
[London] Includes printed texts from no. 2 of "The Tyro," with changes and additions in Lewis' hand, which sserved as the basis for portions of it.

  50  
Lewis TM The Yachting Cap
[n.p.] Typescript version with minor corrections in the hand of G. Anne Lewis.

  50  
Lewis AM[draft] The Year Book Contribution
[London] Draft partially transcribed in the hand of G. Anne Lewis. With commentary on contemporary art and music.

  50  
Lewis AM & TM[drafts, fragments, notes] Unidentified Materials
[Various places] This material includes fragments of publlished and unpublished material, notes made on reading, material related to the preparation of works for publication, word lists, and many other notes.

  51  
Agee, James TM[copy] Sunday: Outskirts of Knoxville, Tenn.
[n.p.] Poem, with autograph correction.

  51  
Ayrton, Michael TM[copy] Tarr and Flying Feathers
[London] Published in "Shenandoah", 7, no.1, autumn 1955.

  51  
Beevers, John TMS The Bell
[n.p.] A poem.

  51  
Beevers, John AMS Dark Emperor
[n.p.] Autobiographical essay explaining the background of the writing of "Dark Emperor".

  51  
Beevers, John TMS The God
[n.p.] A poem; begins with a quote and its translation.

  51  
Beevers, John TMS A Little Boy
[n.p.] A poem; begins with a quote and its translation.

  51  
Beevers, John
[n.p.] A poem.

  51  
Beevers, John AM[notes]S Reminiscences of Lewis
[Norfolk] "My parents were poor, but I was a bright boy..." Included is an ALS from Beevers to Donald Eddy, Cornell University Library, dated April 29, 1975, stating the contents were "notes" on Lewis.

  51  
Berdan, John TM[printed] The Lion and the Fox
[New Haven?] Annotated galley proofs of review published in the "Saturday Review of Literature."

  51  
Bognor Regis Library TM & TM[copy] Catalogue
[West Sussex, England] List of Wyndham Lewis paintings and bibliography.

  51  
Bognor Regis Library TM The Controversial "Giant" of Vorticism
[West Sussex, England] A manuscript for an exhibition catalogue.

  51  
Bognor Regis Library TM[copy] The Controversial "Giant" of Vorticism
[West Sussex, England] A manuscript for an exhibition catalogue.

  51  
Bradshaw, Brian TM[copy] The Condition of Art Education in Art Schools
Bolton; Found in papers of G. Anne Lewis.

  51  
Bridson, D. Geoffrey TM[copy] The Filibuster: A Study of the Political Ideas of Wyndham Lewis
[n.p.] With numerous handwritten revisions. Contains 11 preliminary leaves, & 322 numbered pages, except p. 155 is missing. Published by Cassell, London, in 1972.

  51  
Bridson, D. Geoffrey TM[copy] Wyndham Lewis B.B.C. Broadcasts and Recordings: A Checklist
[n.p.] Copied from the original lent by Edward H. Rogers.

  51  
Cassidy, Victor M.TM[copy, fragment] List of Questions No. 1
[n.p.] Questions concerning biographical data during Lewis' residence in the Unitedd States and Canada. Marginal notes in G. Anne Lewis' hand.

  51  
Cassidy, Victor M. TM[copy] Plan of Research
[n.p.] Sent to G. Anne Lewis to advise her of Cassidy's plan regarding Lewis research.

  51  
Cassidy, Victor M. TM[copy] Plan of Research
[n.p.] Cassidy's plan for writing Lewis biography.

  51  
Cassidy, Victor M. TM[copy] Wyndham Lewis: Letters to Thomas Sturge Moore
[n.p.] Cassidy's essay on the correspondence with two page introduction and footnotes to explain the details in the letters.

  51  
Chatto & Windus TM[copy] Wyndham Lewis: Biographical Details for Publicity Purposes
[n.p.]

  51  
Coldstream, William TM[copy] The Visual Arts: Portrait Painting and Reality
London; Script for radio broadcast.

  51  
Eliot, Thomas Stearns TMS Mr. Wyndham Lewis was the First Artist I Ever Met ...
[London] Commentary by Eliot on sitting as a portrait subject for Lewis. Partially printed in "Time Magazine", May 30, 1949. Included the article as printed.

  51  
Eliot, Thomas Stearns TM & TM[copy] A Note on "Monstre Gai"
[London] Article on Lewis' "Monstre Gai" with a few holograph corrections.

  51  
Eliot, Thomas Stearns TM[printed] The Return of Foxy Grandpa
[London?]Galley proofs of the article which is a review of two books by Alfred N. Whiteheard. Unpublished? Not in Gallup.

  51  
Eliot, Thomas Stearns TMS Sweeney Among the Nightingales
[London?] Published in the September 1918 issue of the "Little Review", v.5; and in the 1919 Hogarth Press 1st edition of the "Poems". With minor notations in Eliot's hand.

  51  
Feast, Willis M. TMS Premier Voyage
[Norwich?] Poem, orignally enclosed in a letter addressed to Lewis. On a single leaf with the TMS "Paris, 1953".

  51  
Firminger, Marjorie TM[copy] Laughing with Wyndham Lewis
[n.p.] Abridged version of folder 28, "No Quarter". Gift of Bernard Lafourcade. The manuscript contains the story of Mrs. Marjorie Hemming and her acquaintance with Wyndham Lewis.

  51  
Firminger, Marjorie TM No Quarter
[n.p.] Accompanied by letter explaining that the manuscript was willed to Cornell by Mrs. Marjorie Hemming. The manuscript contains the story of her acquaintance with Wyndham Lewis.

  52  
Garnett, David TMS[copy] & TM[copy] Wyndham Lewis
[London?] With reminiscences and critism.

  52  
The Grafton Group TM Alpine Club Gallery Rental Solicitation
London; Asking each group member to contribute to the rental fee.

  52  
Handley-Read, Charles TM "The Art of Wyndham Lewis" Material
[London?] Includes biographical and bibliographical material dating to 1935, as well as a listing of paintings and drawings by Lewis.

  52  
Hendy, Philip TM[carbon, fragment] Spanish Painting
[n.p.] Appears to be a radio broadcast script.

  52  
Hutchins, Patricia Gracean TM[copy] Ezra Pound in Kensington
[London] With autograph corrections.

  52  
John, Augustus AM The Cerements of Gold
[Fordingbridge] Subtitled: "Or the Autobiography". Originally enclosed in a letter to Lewis, 5 October 1942.

  52  
Joyce, James TM[copy, fragment] Finnegan's Wake
[Paris?] Fragment of text; carbon has been "signed" not in Joyce's hand.

  52  
Kahma, David TMS Introductory Analysis of the Basic Strategy of a Work of Fiction
Vancouver, B.C.; A disquistion on literature originally sent to Wyndham Lewis.

  52  
Kahma, David TM The Welcome Toronto: 1946
Montreal; A poem; also includes TM "The Arian Heresy", March 7, 1957, Montreal. Author is questionable.

  52  
Kenner, Hugh TM Wyndham Lewis. Review.
[n.p.] Copies of reviews from "The Library Journal", "The Houston Post", the "Pasadena Star News" and the "Vermont Sunday News", among others.

  52  
Kenyon, J.H. Ltd. TM Percy Wyndham Lewis Floral Tributes
London; A list saying whom sent and text of message.

  52  
Laski, Harold Joseph TM[printed] Winston Churchill in War and Peace
[London] First published in "The Nation", December 18, 1943. Second leaf bears a notation in Lewis' hand, on verso. Mimeographed.

  52  
Lafourcade, Bernard TM[copy] Bibliography
[n.p.] Unsure about author; found in the papers of Mrs. Lewis.

  52  
Lafourcade, Bernard TM[copy, fragment] L'Ennemi
[n.p.] Appears to be a catalogue.

  52  
Lechmere, Kate Elizabeth TM Account of Her First Meeting With Wyndham Lewis
[n.p.] Mrs. Lewis typed this transcription of K. Lechmere's introduction to Wyndham Lewis; Mrs. Lewis' source is not clear.

  52  
Lechmer, Kate Elizabeth AM Minutes on a Grafton Group Meeting
[n.p.]

  52  
Anne Stuart Lewis AM[fragment] Description of Train Journey
[Canada]

  52  
Lewis, Anne Stuart AMS Diary
[Canada] Daily notes of weather and activities.

  52  
Lewis, Anne Stuart AM Miscellaneous Manuscript Material
[n.p.] Includes instructions for making a knitted jacket and a brief expense account.

  52  
Lewis, Charles Edward AM Ah! Annie Darling
[n.p.] Poem

  52  
Lewis, Charles Edward AM[draft, fragment] Amnesty
[n.p.] From "Reveries of an Old Smoker"

  52  
Lewis, Charles Edward AM[drafts, fragments] Chiselhurst
[n.p.] From "Reveries of an Old Smoker"; essay on the Bonaparte family

  52  
Lewis, Charles Edward TM[copy] Escape From Rebel Prison
[Nunda, New York] Copy of mimeographed story from the "Nunda News"

  52  
Lewis, Charles Edward AM Hail! Captain Perrins...
[n.p.] Poetic dialogue, written for the "Tasmania" when it crossed the date line on a voyage to Australia.

  52  
Lewis, Charles Edward AM[draft, fragment] Our Charities -- and Charity Monuments
[n.p.] From "Reveries of an Old Smoker"

  52  
Lewis, Charles Edward AM[draft] A See-Saw at Sea
[n.p.] From "Reveries of an Old Smoker. Title on first leaf appears as "Voyage Over"

  52  
Lewis, Charles Edward TM With the First Dragoons inVirginia
[n.p.] With corrections in holograph.

  53  
Liber, Rebecca TMS The Revenge for Love. Review
[New York] A note in Lewis' hand states that this review was "rejected by the editor of the Trotskyite review of New York."

  53  
Lewis, G. Anne (Hoskyns) AM Diary
[London?] Small notebook with 12 leaves of writing. Mostly household expenses and one journal type entry for June 8.

  53  
Lewis, G. Anne (Hoskyns)
[London?] Small notebooks with 19 leaves used. Mostly notes but one long journal type entry for Sept. 19.

  53  
Lewis, G. Anne (Hoskyns) AMS Diary
[London] Very small diary; randomly used, nothing written after March 10.

  53  
Lewis, G. Anne (Hoskyns) AMS Diary
[London] Small diary, randomly used. Front cover says: The Catholic Diary 1959.

  53  
Lewis, G. Anne (Hoskyns) AMS Diary
[London] Very small diary, largely unused after April.

  53  
Lewis, G. Anne (Hoskyns) AM Diary
[London] Contains address and expense notations.

  53  
Lewis, G. Anne (Hoskyns) AMS Diary
[London] Very small diary with few notations and a few addresses at the end.

  53  
Lewis, G. Anne (Hoskyns) AM Diary
[London] Very small diary; very little use except for figure notations.

  53  
Lewis, G. Anne (Hoskyns) AMS Diary
[London] Very small diary, not used after August 24.

  53  
Lewis, G. Anne (Hoskyns) AM Diary
[London] Very small diary; little used.

  53  
Lewis, G. Anne (Hoskyns) AM Diary
[London] Very small diary; few entries.

  53  
Lewis, G. Anne (Hoskyns)AM Diary Entry About Geoffrey Bridson
[London] Notes about her relationship with Bridson as well as notes taken during a B.B.C. broadcast.

  53  
Lewis, G. Anne (Hoskyns) AM Diary Entry About Hospital Stay
[n.p.]

  53  
Lewis, G. Anne (Hoskyns) AM Diary Entry About Phone Call
[London] One handwritten copy and one typed copy, same story, different versions.

  54  
Lewis, G. Anne (Hoskyns) AD Address Book
[Torquay] World wide addresses; friends and publishers, etc.

  54  
Lewis, G. Anne (Hoskyns) AD Address Book
[Torquauy] Smaller book with addresses of friends, etc.

  54  
Lewis, G. Anne (Hoskyns) TM Articles and Lectures
[n.p.] Lists of 1: Articles and Lectures; and 2: Correspondents.

  54  
Lewis, G. Anne (Hoskyns) AM & TM Biography of Wyndham Lewis
Torquay; With 4 typed leaves of same text.

  54  
Lewis, G. Anne (Hoskyns) AM[fragments] & TM[fragments] Critique of W. K. Rose's "Letters of Wyndham Lewis"
[n.p.]

  54  
Lewis, G. Anne (Hoskyns) AM Critique of W. K. Rose's "Letters of Wyndham Lewis"
[n.p.]

  54  
Lewis, G. Anne (Hoskyns)TM[copy, fragment] Do Not Use Initial Capitals For:
[n.p.] Rules of grammar possibly used by Mrs. Lewis when typing manuscript.

  54  
Lewis, G. Anne (Hoskyns) TM[copy] Effects of W.W.I on Wyndham Lewis
[n.p.] Two leaves each from a different unknown source.

  54  
Lewis, G. Anne (Hoskyns) AM[fragments] Episodes with Dr. Fant
[n.p.] Accounts of various scenes with Dr. Fant, M.D. during the period when Lewis' tumor was detected.

  54  
Lewis, G. Anne (Hoskyns) AM[fragments] Fragments Describing Biographical Events in Wyndham Lewis' Life
[n.p.] With listing of paintings and expense notations.

  54  
Lewis, G. Anne (Hoskyns) AM Historigraphical Notes of Lewis' Family and Early Life
[n.p.] Research of Lewis' life and family including tracing of the family tree to the early 1900's. Transcriptions of Lewis' letters to his mother during WWI and her responses.

  54  
Lewis, G. Anne (Hoskyns) TM[copy, fragment] Introduction to a New Edition of "Blasting and Bombardiering"
[n.p.]

  54  
Lewis, G. Anne (Hoskyns) AM Letters From Wyndham Lewis
[n.p.] Listing of correspondents.

  54  
Lewis, G. Anne (Hoskyns) AM[fragments] & TM]fragments] Lists of Books and Paintings
[n.p.] Various attempts to list the contents of Wyndham Lewis' library as well as original books and manuscripts owned by Mrs. Lewis.

  54  
Lewis, G. Anne (Hoskyns) AM[fragments] List Trunk of Manuscripts
[n.p.] Fragment of memoir which discusses her attempts to recover a trunk of documents left at the Pall Mall Safe Deposit during WWII.

  54  
Lewis, G. Anne (Hoskyns) AM[fragment] Memories of Ford Madox Ford and Violet Hunt
[n.p.] Discusses a weekend spent with Mary Borden before WWII during which Ford and Hunt were there.

  54  
Lewis, G. Anne (Hoskyns) AM Notes After Johns
[n.p.] Appears to be a chronology of Lewis' work; mainly portraits.

  54  
Lewis, G. Anne (Hoskyns) TM[fragment] Notes on Wagners[sic] Book
[n.p.] Criticism and corrections of Geoffrey Wagner, "Wyndham Lewis: a Portrait of the Artist as the Enemy". Plus an AL[draft, fragment] from Mrs. Lewis to the publisher[?]

  54  
Lewis, G. Anne (Hoskyns) TM[copy] Notes Regarding Royalties
[n.p.] Royalties earned by reprint editions of "The Lion and the Fox" and "Rotting Hill"

  54  
Lewis, G. Anne (Hoskyns)TM[copy] Permissions
[n.p.] Letters sent to publishers for permission to print Lewis material.

  54  
Lewis, G. Anne (Hoskyns) AM[fragments] & TM[fragments] Pieces in Defense of Wyndham Lewis' Political Beliefs
[n.p.] Some of these writing address specific statements and articles. The main subject being Nazism.

  54  
Lewis, G. Anne (Hoskyns) TM[draft, copy] Rough Outline of Wyndham Lewis Material Held
[n.p.]

  55  
March, Richard TM[printed] Wyndham Lewis: The Literary Critic
London; Third article in a series. Other contributors were: R. A. Scott-James, E. W. F. Tomlin, and Geoffrey Grigson.

  55  
Marshall, Kennth TMS P. Wyndham Lewis
[Ingston upon Thames] Reminiscences of Lewis and his circle by Kenneth Marshall, who was associated with Zwemmer, and Lewis' publishing activities with the Arthur Press in the late 1920's and early 1930's.

  55  
McLuhan, Herbert Marshall TM[printed] "Self Condemned" and "The Demon of Progress in the Arts" Broadcast. Review
Toronto; Reviews of the broadcasts by the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation on August 21, 1955 as a segment of the series, "Critically Speaking."

  55  
Methuen & Company TM Ascent of Parnassus
[n.p.]Lawyer's list of possibly libellous sectionsof Wyndham Lewis' book "Rude Assignment". Included is an identification note by Cyril Fox.

  55  
Meyers, Jeffrey TM[copy] Bibliography of Jeffery Meyers
[n.p.] Included is a 5 leaf AM of Wyndham Lewis' works. Unknown hand.

  55  
Mitchison, Naomi TM[fragment, draft] Beyond This Limit
[London?] Pages 44-64 of the published work, "Beyond This Limit", issued by Jonathan Cape in 1935. Illustrated by Wyndham Lewis.

  55  
Mullins, Eurace [?] TM[copy, draft] Ezra Pound : Uomo Difficile
Rome; Corrections in the hand of Agnes Bedford.

  55  
Porteus, Hugh Gordon AM Eye Sketches and Ideograms
[n.p.]Sketched in ink and coloured pencil.

  55  
Porteus, Hugh Gordon TM[drafts]S Storm Article
[n.p.] Critical piece comparing the styles of T.S. Eliot, James Joyce, D. H. Lawrence, Wyndham Lewis and Virginia Woolf.

  55  
Pound, Ezra Loomis TM[copy] Augment of the Novel
[Rapallo?] First published in "New Directions in Prose & Poetry", 6, 1941.

  55  
Pound, Omar Shakespear TM[copy] The American Scholar
[Montreal?] Poem prompted by Pound's reading of "Self Condemned".

  55  
Pound, Omar Shakespear TM Delight in Disorder (With Apologies to Robert Herrick)
[Montreal] Originally enclosed in letter to Wyndham and G. Anne Lewis, 6 June 1956; signed "O.S. Tucker".

  55  
Pound, Omar Shakespear TMS Industry Needs YOU
[n.p.] Inscribed "for Wyndham, Froanna and Agnes With Love Omar"

  55  
Pound, Omar Shakespear TM[copy] Korrhoea
Montreal; Originally enclosed in letter to Lewis, December 23, 1956; signed "O.S. Tucker".

  55  
Pound, Omar Shakespear AM Sketch of Water Possum
[n.p.] Also attributed to Dorothy Pound.

  55  
Pound, Omar Shakespear TM[copy] The Song of the Pantheist's Children
Montreal; Originally enclosed in letter to Lewis; signed "O.S. Tucker".

  55  
Pound, Omar Shakespear TMS We Might Have Won
[Boston] Originally enclosed in letter to G. Anne Lewis, August 13, 1958; dedicated to her.

  55  
Reid, John TMS Death in the Forest
[n.p.] Poem found with letters to G. Anne Lewis.

  55  
Roberts, Lynette TM[copy] Transgression
Llanybri, Wales; Poem; originally enclosed with letter to Wyndham Lewis, 30 July 1948 which explains the poem.

  55  
Roberts, Lynette TM The Warrior and the Harlot
[n.p.] Poem with holograph corrections.

  55  
Roberts, Lynette TM The Wheatsheaf
Llanybri, Wales; Poem

  55  
Rogers, Edward H. TM[copy] Wyndham Lewis: A Selection From Mixed Exhibitions
[n.p.] List of graphic works by Lewis shown in a variety of exhibits around 1948 to 1954. Rogers copy xeroxed for Cornell. See 55.35.

  55  
Rota, Bertram [?] TM[copy] Wyndham Lewis Material
[n.p.] Appears to be the list of papers from Mrs. Lewis' estate acquired by Cornell around 1980.

  55  
Russell, Peter TM[fragment] Ezra Pound
London; Possibly a draft of an introduction for the book Russell edited: "An Examination of Ezra Pound", NY, London, 1950.

  55  
Russell, Peter TM In Memoriam - Wyndham Lewis
[n.p.] Poem

  55  
Scott-James, Rolfe Arnold TM[printed] Wyndham Lewis: The Novelist
[London] Second of a series. Other contributors were Richard March, E. W. F. Tomlin, and Geoffrey Grigson.

  55  
Sitwell, Edith TMS The Ape God
[n.p.] Holographic corrected version of this manuscript appears in Edith Sitwell's autogriography, "Taken Care of", as Chapter 11, "The Missing Collar". Included is a letter from Child and Child solicitors advising against publication.

  55  
Spender, Stephen TMS Crackington Haven
[n.p.] Poem.

  55  
Swabey, Henry S. TM[printed] Report on Lindsell Independent Village School
[Lindsell] A detailed account of the cooperative attempt to maintain a village school for children in the primary grades, despite the opposition of local Education Committee and the national government. An inspiration for "Parents and Horses" in "Rotting Hill".

  55  
Symons, Albert James TM Harlequin Dances ...
[London] Poem

  55  
Symons, Julian TM[copy] The Background of Modern Poetry
[London]Text of B.B.C. Third Programme address braodcast January 9, 1949. Lines from "One-Way Song" are quoted in text; with autograph corrections.

  55  
Tomlin, Eric Walter Frederick TM[copy] Wyndham Lewis: An Anthology of His Prose. Introduction
[London] With handwritten revisions. Published with furth revisions in the "Anthology", here titled: "Wyndham Lewis".

  55  
Tomlin, Eric Walter Frederick TM[printed] Wyndham Lewis: The Philosopher and Social Critic
Loondon; First of a series. Other contributors were Geoffrey Grigson, Richard March and R. A. Scott-James.

  55  
Wyndham Lewis Society TM[printed] Wyndham Lewis
[n.p.] Advertisement for Lewis pamphlets.

  55  
TM[copy] Wyndham Lewis: A Selection From Mixed Exhibitions
[London] Listing of galleries and paintings where Lewis had exhibitions. Same as 55.22.

  1  
A- America and Cosmic Man
  2  
America and Cosmic Man-An
  3  
Ao-Bi
  4  
Bj- Cha
  5  
Chb-Creative
  6  
Creative-Cz
  7  
D-De
  8  
Df-E
  9  
F-H
  10  
The Human Age 1
  11  
The Human Age 2
  12  
The Human Age 3
  13  
The Human Age 4
  14  
The Human Age 5
  15  
The Human Age 6
  16  
I- Joint
  17  
Joint
  18  
Joj-K
  19  
L
  20  
Letters of Wyndham Lewis [transcripts]
  21  
Letters of Wyndham Lewis TM [carbon]
  22  
M
  23  
Mrs. Duke's Millions
  24  
N
  25  
O-Ph
  26  
Pi-Pz
  27  
Q-R
  28  
The Red Priest 1
  29  
The Red Priest 2
  30  
The Red Priest 3
  31  
Rotting Hill 1
  32  
Rotting Hill 2
  33  
Rude Assignment 1
  34  
Rude Assignment 2
  35  
Rude Assignment 3
  36  
S-Scrapbook
  37  
Scrapbook-Sn
  37  
Self-Condemned
  38  
Self-Condemned 1
  39  
Self-Condemned 2
  40  
Self-Condemned 3
  41  
Self-Condemned 4
  42  
So-Twn
  43  
Time and Western Man
  44  
Twentieth Century Palette 1
  45  
Twentieth Century Palette 2
  46  
Twentieth Century Palette 3 Publisher's photocopy
  47  
Two-Wn
  48  
Wo- The Writer and the Absolute
  49  
The Writer and the Absolute
  50  
"Writing"-Z, unidentified
 
Manuscripts by Others [subseries]:
  51  
A-F
  52  
G-L
  53  
Lewis, G. Anne (Hoskyns) Diaries
  54  
Lewis, G. Anne (Hoskyns) A-Z
  55  
M-Z
 
Series II. Documents [series]:
  56  
Allen & Unwin, Ltd. DS Contract With Lewis for "Freedom" Contribution
London; This contribution was broadcast on April 30, 1935 as "The Freedom That Destroys Itself", and was printed as "V" in; the 1936 edition of "Freedom", published by Allen & Unwin. Lewis' copy signed by Philip S. Unwin.

  56  
Allen & Unwin, Ltd. DS Contract With Lewis for "The Jews - Are They Human?"
London; Lewis' copy; signed by Allen a & Unwin.

  56  
Arthur Press ADS + T[copy]D Kenneth Marshall
London; Order for 30 copies of Enemy no.3, send to Kenneth Marshall of Zwemmer & Co. with typed copy and envelope.

  56  
Arco Publications Ltd. TDS Agreement for "Apes of God" Reprint
London; Contract to publish the reprint.

  56  
Ashley Mansions TD Receipt
London; Receipt to settle claims of Miss Mackusick arising out of his surrender of tenancy at Ashley Mansions.

  56  
Atheneum Publishers, Inc. TD Royalty Statement Voucher to G. Anne (Hoskyns) Lewis
New York; "As per attached Royalty Statement" (Not attached)

  56  
Barclays Bank Ltd. TD Account Statement to G. Anne (Hoskyns) Lewis
Torquay; Payment and receipt on statement plus hand notations of amounts.

  56  
Barclays Bank Ltd. TD Account Statement to G. Anne (Hoskyns) Lewis
Torquay; Payment and receipt on statement.

  56  
Batemans Opticians Ltd.AD G. Anne (Hoskyns) Lewis Statement and Prescription for Glasses
Torquay;

  56  
Bates, Son & Braby TD Lease for G. Anne (Hoskyns) Lewis
Southend-on-Sea; Lease for 26 Hillside Gardens, Highgate, London. Not signed.

  56  
Bridson, D. Geoffrey TD Cassell Advance Information for "The Filibuster"
[London] Publisher's advance information about Bridson's book on Wyndham Lewis political ideas.

  56  
British Broadcasting Corporation TD[printed] Audience Research Report
[London] Market testing and research report for a production of "The Revenge for Love".

  56  
British Broadcasting Corporation TD[printedf] Contract for "The Childermass" Performance
London; Performance scheduled for the third programme on week starting 17th June 1951.

  56  
British Broadcasting Corporation TD Listener Research Report for "The Childermass"
[London] Giving listener's reactions to the programme.

  56  
British Broadcasting Corporation TD Listener Research Report for "A Note on 'Monstre Gai'"
[London] Listener's reactions to the programme.

  56  
British Broadcasting Corporation TD Payment Statement to G. Anne Lewis.
London; Statement for payment of reproducing 3 Lewis drawings.

  56  
British Broadcasting Corporation TD Payment Statement to G. Anne Lewis
London; Payment for use of 2 illustrations by Lewis: "Blast" magazine cover and T.S. Eliot portrait.

  56  
British Broadcasting Corporation TD Payment Statement to G. Anne Lewis
London; Payment for use Wyndham Lewis material (not specified)

  56  
Brompton Hospital AD Wyndham Lewis Hospital Services
London; Statement and receipt for 19 pounds, 19 guineas

  56  
Brown, Ernest, & Phillips Ltd. TD Certificate of Valuation
London; Assessment for painting and drawings at G. Anne Lewis' apartment for probate purposes. Signed Oliver F. Brown, Direcctor.

  56  
Calder and Boyars, Ltd. T & AD to G. Anne (Hoskyns) Lewis
[London] Royalty statement for "Blasting and Bombardiering"

  56  
Canadian Broadcasting Corporation TD Script Rights
Toronto; Signed: H. W. Morrison

  56  
Cassell & Co. TD Memorandum of Agreement
London; Between Wyndham Lewis and Cassell for "a novel to be written by the author". Unsigned.

  56  
Cassell & Co. TD[copy] Memorandum of Agreement
London; Between Wyndham Lewis and Cassell for "a novel to be written by the author"; Signed Desmond Flower.

  56  
Cassell & Co. TD Memorandum of Agreement
London; Between Wyndham Lewis and Cassell for "Satire and Fiction". Signed Newman Flower.

  56  
Cassell & Co. TD Royalty Statements to Wyndham Lewis
London; Six royalty statements for Wyndham Lewis books from April 30, 1934 to October 31, 1936; 4 for "Snooty Baronet" and 2 for "Men Without Art".

  56  
Castle Hill School ADS Report Card for P. Wyndham Lewis
Ealing; Lewis' report for Forum IV, upper.

  56  
Castle Hill School ADS Report Card for P. Wyndham Lewis
Ealing; Lewis' report for Forum IV, upper.

  56  
Chatto & Windus TD[copy] & TDS[draft] "The Childermass" Agreement
London; Signed by Chatto & Windus

  56  
Chatto & Windus AD Royalty Statements for Wyndham Lewis
London; Royalty statements for the Lewis books Chatto & Windus published from May 12, 1926 to Dec. 31, 1958.

  56  
Chatto & Windus AD "The Art of Being Ruled" Statement of Account
London; Account from April 1, 1953 to March 31, 1954.

  56  
Chatto & Windus AD "The Art of Being Ruled" Final Account
London; Account from April 1, 1956 to March 31, 1957.

  56  
Chatto & Windus AD "Time and Western Man" Account Statement
London;

  56  
Chatto & Windus AD Account Statements for Lewis Books
London; Statements from April 1, 1933 to March 31, 1934.

  56  
Chatto & Windus AD Statement of Purchases
London; Listing Lewis' purchases.

  56  
Chatto & Windus TDS "The Art of Being Ruled" Contract
London; Lewis' copy, signed by Chatto & Windus.

  56  
Chatto & Windus TDS "The Childermass" Contract
London; Lewis' copy, signed by Chatto & Windus.

  56  
Chatto & Windus TDS "The Doom of Youth" Contract
London; Lewis' copy, signed by Chatto & Windus.

  56  
Chatto & Windus TDS "Hitler" Contract
London; Lewis' copy, signed by Chatto & Windus.

  56  
Chatto & Windus TDS "Tarr" Contract
London; Lewis' copy, signed by Chatto & Windus.

  56  
Chatto & Windus TDS "Time and Western Man" Contract
London; Lewis' copy, signed by Chatto & Windus.

  56  
Chatto & Windus TDS "The Wild Body" Contract
London; Lewis' copy, signed by Chatto & Windus.

  56  
Chatto & Windus TD[copy] Memorandum of Agreement
London; Agreement not fully completed; no title, no signatures. This was for "The Childermass".

  56  
Chatto & Windus TDS Memorandum of Agreement
London; Concerned "Paleface" and "The Diabolical Principle"; signed by Chatto & Windus.

  56  
Clifford-Turner & Co. DS Invoice for Services
London; Bill for assessing possible libel in an article in the "Times Literary Supplement".

  56  
Constable & Co. TD[draft] "The Life Story of a Tyro" Contract
Londonl Not signed.

  56  
Covici, Friede Inc. TDS 'The Childermass" Contract
New York; Giving U.S. rights to Covici.

  56  
Chisholm, Tillie (Lewis) TD Quit Claim Deed
Oakville, Ontario; Deed to Anne (Stuart) Lewis land in Oakville, Ontario.

  56  
Curtis Brown, Ltd. ADS Lewis Statement of Account
London;

  56  
The Daily Telegraph TD Invoice for G. Anne Lewis
London; Bill for announcement about Lewis.

  56  
Davies, Dr. L. A. ADS Lewis' Eyeglass Prescription
[Canada] Dr. strengthens glasses.

  56  
J. M. Dent & Sons TDS "Hitler Cult" Agreement
London; Contract to publish book.

  56  
J. M. Dent & Sons AD "Hitler Cult" Royalty Statement
London;

  56  
Dickson, Lovat, Ltd. TD "Count Your Dead - They Are Alive" Royalty Statement
London; From January 1, 1938 to June 30, 1938.

  56  
d'Offay, Anthony TDS Purchase Note
London; Receipt to G. Anne Lewis for purchase of four Wyndham Lewis art works.

  56  
Doubleday & Co. TDS "America and Cosmic Man" Contract
Garden City, NY; Lewis' copy; signed by Doubleday & Co.

  56  
Durrant's Press Cuttings ADS Invoice to G. Anne Lewis
London; Renewal of subscription invoice and signed receipt thereof.

  56  
Editions Poetry London TD "Chateau Rex" Contract
London; Three varients of the agreement; one signed.

  56  
Editions Poetry London TD[copy] "American and Cosmic Man" Contract
London; Work not named; signed by Editions Poetry London.

  56  
European Service General News Talk TD[fragment] Weekly Book Summary
[n.p.] Pages 3 through 6, mentioning Lewis book "The Revenge for Love".

  56  
European Service General News Talk TD Weekly Book Summary
[n.p.] No. 415; talks about Lewis' "The Revenge for Love".

  56  
Eveleigh, Nash & Grayson TDS "The Apes of God" Contract
London; Lewis' copy; signed by Eveleigh, Nash & Grayson.

  56  
Eveleigh, Nash & Grayson TDS "Filibusters in Barbary" Contract
London; Lewis' copy; signed by Eveleigh, Nash & Grayson.

  56  
Eyre & Spottiswoode Publishers TDS "Blasting and Bombardiering" Contract
London; Lewis' copy; signed by Eyre & Spottiswoode

  56  
Eyre & Spottiswoode PublishersTD Royalty Statement
London; Lewis' royalties from "Blasing and Bombardiering".

  56  
Faber & Faber TDS "One Way Song" Contract
London; Lewis' copy; signed by Faber & Faber.

  57  
Grand Army of Republic. Portland, ME ADS Receipt for Dues
Portland, ME; Receipt for Charles E. Lewis for payment of dues for the Bosworth Post.

  57  
Grand Army of Republic. Portland, ME ADS Receipt for Dues
Portland, ME; Receipt for Charles E. Lewis for payment of dues for the Bosworth Post.

  57  
Grayson & Grayson Ltd. TD "The Apes of God" Royalty Statement
London; With second statement for Oct. 15, 1932.

  57  
Grayson & Grayson Ltd. TD Royalty Statements
London; Royalties for "The Apes of God" and "Filibusters of Barbary" from June 30, 1932 to December 31, 1933.

  57  
Grayson & Grayson Ltd. TD Lewis Account Statements
London; Statements for "The Apes of God" and "Filibusters of Barbary", Dec. 23 and 31, 1933.

  57  
Great Britain. Army. AD & TD Lewis War Service
[Various places] Miscellaneous document from Lewis' WWI service, including ration cards, movement orders, and hospitalization papers.

  57  
Great Britain. High Court of Justice. King's Bench Division TD[copy] Affidavit between Alec Waugh and Chatto & Windus and Wyndham Lewis
London; Concerning Lewis' "Doom of Youth" and alledged libellous charges of homosexuality.

  57  
Great Britain. High Court of Justice. King's Bench Division TD[copy,draft] Affidavit between Alec Waugh and Chatto & Windus and Wyndham Lewis
London; Concerning Lewis' "Doom of Youth" and alledged libellous charges of homosexuality.

  57  
Great Britain. High Court of Justice. King's Bench Division TD[copy] Opinion of T. F. Davis
London; Concerning Lewis' "Doom of Youth" and alledged libellous charges of homosexuality.

  57  
Great Britain. High Court of Justice. ADS Summons to Wyndham Lewis
London; Kate Elizabeth Lechmere is sueing Lewis for 97 pounds sterling.

  57  
Great Britain. High Court of Justice. King's Bench Division TD Statement of Claim
London; Thomas Girdwood MacFie sueing D. B. Wyndham Lewis[sic] claiming damages based upon "Filibusters in Barbary".

  57  
Great Britain. High Court of Justice. King's Bench Division TD Writ For Breach of Contract
London; Issued by Chatto & Windus to Wyndham Lewis for breaching his contract of "TheChildermass" and certain other of Lewis' works.

  57  
Great Britain. War Office. TD Lewis' Orders to Report
London;

  57  
Great Britain. War Office. AD Visitor Information
[n.p.] Anne Stuart Lewis [mother of Wyndham] seeking information on Henry Benson Stuart, died Jan.31, 1897.

  57  
Groschen, Max Ltd. TDS "Our Wild Body" Contract
London; Agreement to publish Lewis' work. Lewis' copy, signed by Groschen.

  57  
Robert Hale & Co. TDS "New Politics" Contract
London; Lewis' copy of agreement, signed by Hale.

  57  
Robert Hale & Co. TDS Contract
London; Agreement to publish Lewis' "next novel". Lewis' copy, signed by Hale.

  57  
Harcourt, Brace & Co. TDS "The Wild Body" Contract
London; Agreement signed by Harcourt and Lewis.

  57  
Harcourt, Brace & Co. TDS "Time and Western Man" Contract
London; Agreement signed by Harcourt and Lewis.

  57  
Harper & Brothers TDS "The Art of Being Ruled" Contract
New York; Agreement for the American edition; signed by Harper.

  57  
Harper & Brothers TDS Receipt for Lewis
London; Payment which gives serial rights to "Europe and Her American Baby" to Harper.

  57  
Harper & Brothers AD Stock of Lewis' Books
New York; Records for Lewis' books "The Art of Being Rules" and "The Lion and the Fox".

  57  
Howell, Soskin & Co. TDS "American Impressions" Contract
New York; Agreement signed by both parties; however, Lewis' signature is cut out.

  57  
Hutchinson & Co. TDS "Rude Assignment" Contract
London; Title originally was "Story of a Career", published as "Rude Assignment". Lewis' copy, signed by Hutchinson.

  57  
Hutchinson & Co. TDS "The Victory of Albert Temple" Contract
London; Agreement signed in 1947 not fulfilled by 1952 so contract was cancelled.

  57  
Hutchinson & Co. TDS[copy] "The Victory of Albert Temple" Contract
London; Original agreement, signed by Hutchinson.

  57  
Hutchinson & Co. TD & TD[copy] Royalty Statements
London; Concerning "Rude Assignment" and "Victory of Albert Temple". Reflects return payment for advance of "Victory..."

  57  
Joey[dog] ADS Pedigree
[n.p.] Pedigree for Leewis' dog, also known as Jo-Jo.

  57  
Jonathan Cape, Ltd.TDS "Foul Play's a Jewel" Contract
London; Agreement signed by Cape.

  57  
Jonathan Cape, Ltd.TDS Novel Not Named Contract
London; Novel not named, signed by Cape.

  57  
Jonathan Cape, Ltd. TDS "Left Wings Over Europe" Royalty Statement
London;

  57  
Jonathan Cape, Ltd. TDS "Left Wings Over Europe" Royalty Statement
London;

  57  
King's Theatre, London ADS Wage Receipts
London; Miscellaneous papers from King's Theatre; wage receipts, payments and contract.

  57  
Laidlaw & Laidlaw Ltd.TD[copy]S "Wyndham Lewis - The Artist" Contract
London; Agreement to publish with revisions, initialed.

  57  
Lechmere, Kate Elizabeth DS General Resolution and Mandate
London; Bank document giving power of exhequer to Lewis and Lechmere upon the incorporation of the Cubist Art Center.

  57  
Leicester Galleries TD Lewis' Balance Sheet
London; Included with balance sheet is TLS to Lewis, dated 14th February, 1956 dealing with sale of art works; another balance sheet, undated and a list of Lewis' art works with prices.

  57  
Leicester Galleries TDS & TLS Miscellaneous Letters and Accounts
London; Listing of advances paid Lewis, paintings sold, and letters to Lewis.

  57  
Lewis, Anne Stuart ADS Last Will and Testament
Haunell; Lewis' mother's will, leaving all to him except for a small bequeath to one other.

  57  
Lewis, Anne Stuart ADS Post Office Savings Bank Book
Montreal; Pass book with various other letters, receipts and permission documents.

  57  
Lewis, Anne Stuart ADS Promisory Note to Katherine B. Lewis
Buffalo, NY; Signed by Anne but rest of note in the hand of Charles E. Lewis. Probably dated by him in Buffalo and forwarded for signing to England.

  57  
Lewis, Anne Stuart ADS Receipt of Payment from Charles E. Lewis
London; Receipt for the sum of $500.00.

  57  
Lewis, Anne Stuart ADS Statement of Deposit
St. John, N.B.; A withdrawal on Nov. 1, 1887.

  57  
Lewis, Anne Stuart ADS[copy] & ADS[neg.copy] Declaration of Birth
London; Photostats, declaring Percy Wyndham Lewis' date of birth, November 18, 1882.

  57  
Lewis, Charles E. AD Declaration for the Increase of an Invalid Pension
Buffalo, NY;

  57  
Lewis, Charles E. AD Receipt for Payment of Dues
Portland, ME; Payment to Bosworth Post, no. 2.

  57  
Lewis, Charles E. AD Receipt for Payment of Dues
Portland, ME; Payment to Bosworth Post, no. 2.

  58  
Lewis, G. Anne Hoskyns ADS Barclays Bank Check
Torquay; Check for 30 pounds to Inland Revenue.

  58  
Lewis, G. Anne Hoskyns AD & TD Financial Records
[n.p.] Annual bidgets and expenses.

  58  
Lewis, G. Anne Hoskyns AD Great Britain. Inland Reveunue. Income Tax Payslip
Torquay; Payment of 49 pounds, 16 pence

  58  
Lewis, G. Anne Hoskyns AN Great Britain. Inland Reveunue. Worksheet
Cardiff; Worksheet for Anne Lewis with computations for the year.

  58  
Lewis, G. Anne Hoskyns ALS & TLS H.M. Paymaster General's Office
Sussex; Correspondence dealing with her pension.

  58  
Lewis, G. Anne Hoskyns ADS & TDS Income Tax Materials
[London, Torquay] Letters and forms and documents covering her income taxes for these years.

  58  
Lewis, G. Anne Hoskyns TD Literary Guild Account Statement
London;

  58  
Lewis, G. Anne Hoskyns AD[copy] McClelland and Steward Ltd. Royalty Checks
London; Copies of royalty checks both recto and verso showing her signature.

  58  
Lewis, G. Anne HoskynsTDS Nonresident Alien's Border Crossing ID
Windsor, Ontario; [Under name of Gladys Lewis; with photgraph]

  58  
Lewis, G. Anne Hoskyns DS Passport
London; [Under name of Glady Lewis, with photograph; stamps until page 11]

  58  
Lewis, G. Anne Hoskyns ADS National Health Service Card
Torquay; [Under name of Gladys Lewis]

  58  
Lewis, G. Anne Hoskyns
London; Torquay; TDM[Reciepts from various businesses (secretarial service, doctor, subscription]

  58  
Lewis, G. Anne Hoskyns TDM Royalty Statements from Associated Book Publishers
[London] Associated Book Publishers royalty statements for Anne Lewis for Lewis' books.

  58  
Lewis, G. Anne Hoskyns TDM Royalty Statements from Martin Secker & Warburg
Torquay; Martin Secker & Warburg Royalty Statements for Anne Lewis for Lewis' "Rthe Roaring Queen"

  58  
Lewis, G. Anne Hoskyns TDM Methuen Royalty Statements for Anne Lewis for Lewis' Books
[n.p.] Methuen Royalty Statement for Anne Lewis for Lewis' Books

  58  
Lewis, G. Anne Hoskyns ADM Subscription Book for London Constituencies Conservative
London; [Subscription Book for Anne Lewis]

  58  
Lewis, G. Anne Hoskyns ADM United Kingdom Passport Application
London; Completed form A

  59  
Lewis, William F. AD[photostat]S Deposit of Sacramental Wine
Montreal; [William was Wyndham's uncle]

  59  
Lewis, Wyndham DS Agency Appointment
New York; [Russell & Volkening appointed literary agent of Wyndham Lewis]

  59  
Lewis, Wyndham ADS Application of Certified Copy of Father's Death Certificate
New York; Request to get certified copy of Charles Edward Lewis' death certificate.

  59  
Transferred to Box 56, folder 1.7


  59  
Lewis, Wyndham ADS British Museum Reading-room Request Slips
[London] Two requests for books for Lewis, one by M. Mauriac, the second by J. de Gaultier.

  59  
Lewis, Wyndham ADS Barnes & Butler Cheque
London; Lloyds Bank Limited cheque for 45 pounds, signed by Lewis.

  59  
Lewis, Wyndham Cheques & Chequebook Stubs
{London] Cashed cheques and stubs from Martins Bank; after 1951 filled out by Anne Lewis and only signed by Lewis.

  59  
Lewis, Wyndham TD Defense of case between Lewis and Chatto & Windus concerning "Doom of Youth"
[London] Signed G. R. Mitchison.

  59  
Lewis, Wyndham AD "Documents for Lawyer"
[n.p.] Seems to involve the case mentioned in folder 8, and labeled with the quoted title.

  59  
Lewis, Wyndham TD[draft] Deed of Grant of copyrights in Two Original War Drawings 1914-18.
[London] Deed between Lewis and The Mayor, Aldermen and Burgesses of the Borough of Southampton.

  59  
Lewis, Wyndham AD Financial Record of Income
[n.p.] Lists sources of income from April to December of 1950.

  59  
Lewis, Wyndham AD Financial Records
London & Windsor, Ontario; Both income and expenses.

  59  
Lewis, Wyndham D Hair Clipping
[n.p.] Lock of light brown hair in envelope marked "Percy's hair" in Anne [Stuart] Lewis' hand.

  59  
Lewis, Wyndham D Hotel Receipts From European Trip
Zurich & Stockholm; Trip by Lewis to see specialists about his sight condition.

  59  
Lewis, Wyndham AD Income Tax Notes
[London] Notes on sales, income and expenses in Lewis' hand.

  59  
Lewis, Wyndham TD Income Tax Report
[London] With annotations in Lewis' hand. Discussioon of the sale of his mother's laundry business.

  59  
Lewis, Wyndham TM[copy] Martin's Bank Account
London; List of cheques received in 1948.

  59  
Lewis, Wyndham D Medical Papers - Correspondence
Various places; Corresondence regarding Lewis' medical history.

  59  
Lewis, Wyndham D Medical Papers - Dental X-rays
London; Lewis' dental x-ray with dentist's analysis by W. H. Coldwell.

  59  
Lewis, Wyndham D Medical Papers - Prescriptions
London; Invoices and prescriptions mainly for his eyes as well as medicines.

  59  
Lewis, Wyndham D Miscellaneous Bills
[Various places] Bills, financial notices and receipts for hotels, medicines paintings and royalties.

  59  
Lewis, Wyndham AD Notations about "The Apes of God" Sales
London; Sales to Grayson & Grayson of "The Apes of God"

  59  
Lewis, Wyndham AD Notes Concerning Publication and Terms
[n.p.]

  59  
Lewis, Wyndham AD Nursing Homes Addresses
[n.p.]List of 4 nursing homes with telephone numbers.

  59  
Lewis, Wyndham TD Partial Transcript of MacFie vs. Wyndham Lewis and Grayson & Grayson
London; Charges for libel brought against Lewis for "Filibusters in Barbary" material.

  59  
Lewis, Wyndham DS Passport
London; With photograph; stamped to page 14.

  59  
Lewis, Wyndham DS Passport
New York; With photograph; stamped to page 6.

  59  
Lewis, Wyndham DS Passport
London; With photograph; stamped to page 8. Some travel expenses glued into back of book.

  60  
Lewis, Wyndham ADS Receipt of Payment for Charles E. Lewis
London; Receipt for $500.

  60  
Lewis, Wyndham ADS & TDS Receipts, Miscellaneous
[London] Receipts from lawyers, publishers and others.

  60  
Lewis, Wyndham TDS[copy] Tarr Termination of American Rights
[New York] Knopf signed away the rights back to Lewis as they did not publish the American edition. Signed by both Knopf and Lewis.

  60  
Lewis, Wyndham TDS To the Cubist Art Centre Directors
[London]Payment of dividends to go to Kate Lechmere for six months.

  60  
Lewis, Wyndham AD[draft]S "To the Editor" of the Ideal Home Exhibition
[London] With many hand written notes.

  60  
Lewis, Wyndham TD[draft]S "To the Editor" of the Ideal Home Exhibition
[London]

  60  
Lewis, Wyndham TD[draft]S "To the Editor" of the Ideal Home Exhibition
[London] With hand written corrections and additions.

  60  
Lewis, Wyndham AM Travel Expenses to America
London] Estimates for trip from London to Montreal to New York

  60  
Lewis, Wyndham ADS & TDS Will and Testament of Percy Wyndham Lewis
Sag Harbor, NY; Typescript has a dated holograph heading by Lewis; witnessed and signed.

  60  
Lewis, Wyndham ADS Will of Testament of Percy Wyndham Lewis
St. Louis; Not witnessed.

  60  
Refiled under 60.05 and 60.07.


  60  
Liverpool & London & Globe Insurance Co. DS Expiration Notice for Charles E. Lewis
Campobello; Expiration of fire insurance for $4000.

  60  
William Marchant & Co. Goupil Gallery AD Payment of Lewis Art Works
[London] Statement for works and amounts bought by Marchant along with payments.

  60  
Memorial Enterprises Ltd. D[copy, draft] amd DS[copy, draft] "Snooty Baronet" Film Rights
[London] Drafts of the agreement for film rights.

  60  
Memorial Enterprises Ltd. D[copy] amd DS[copy, draft] "Snooty Baronet" Option to Acquire Rights
[London] Similar to the above in folder 13.

  60  
Methuen & Co. TDS Memorandum of Argreement for Writing Book
London; Agreement to write book on the condition of art today.

  60  
Methuen & Co. TDS "Rotting Hill" Libelous Wording
London; Letter from publisher citing possible libelous actions with information in "Rotting Hill"

  60  
Methuen & Co. TD[copy] "Rotting Hill" Libelous Wording
London; More citations from publisher citing possible libelous actions with information in "Rotting Hill"

  60  
Methuen & Co. TD Royalty Statement for Lewis' Books
London; Methuen published many of Lewis' books: Human Age II, Revenge for Love, Rotting Hill, Self Condemned, Tarr, The Writer and the Absolute about others.

  60  
Methuen & Co. TD Royalty Statement for Lewis' Books
London; Methuen published many of Lewis' books: Human Age II, Revenge for Love, Rotting Hill, Self Condemned, Tarr, The Writer and the Absolute about others.

  60  
Methuen & Co. TD "Self Condemned" Use on Canadian Radio Note
London; Addressed to Anne Lewis accompanied by a check for the usage.

  60  
Methuen & Co. TD "Self Condemned" and "Rotting Hill" U.S. Sales Note
London; Addressed to Anne Lewis accompanied by a check for the sales.

  60  
William Morrow & Co. TDS Memorandum of Agreement for "Blasting and Bombardiering"
London; Agreement for publishing the book, signed by Morrow representatives and Lewis.

  60  
New Directions Publishing Co. TD Royalty Statement for "Letters ofWyndham Lewis"
New York; Sent to Mrs. Lewis for 1975 royalties on Lewis' book.

  60  
Nicholson & Watson, Ltd. TD[draft] "America and Cosmic Man" Agreement
London; Draft of Memorandum of Agreement.

  60  
Nicholson & Watson, Ltd. TDS "America and Cosmic Man" Agreement
London; Memorandum of Agreemen to publish "America and Cosmic Man"

  60  
Pall Mall Deposit & Forewording Co. AD & TD Lewis Receipts for Storage and Rent
Haymarket; Invoices and correspondence regarding payments for safe deposit and baggage rent.

  60  
Park Hire Service TD Car Hire Invoice
London; Invoice with list of 4 different times of use for a car hire in July, 1950.

  60  
Rebel Art Centre D Marinetti Lecture Ticket
London; Note in hand reads "Lecture in French".

  60  
Alex Reid & Lefevre Ltd. TD Invoice and Correspondence with Wyndham Lewis
London; One invoice listing many work of art by Lewis, sold, with prices; 2 leaves of correspondence regarding other Lewis art.

  60  
Reid, John AD Receipt from Lewis
[n.p.] For purchase of a copy of "The Lion & the Fox"; on small slip of paper.

  60  
Reimar Hobbing Verlag TDS[copy] "Hitler" Memorandum of Agreement
[Berlin] Agreement to publish Lewis' "Hitler"

  60  
Rentals Administration Wartime Prices and Trade Board ADS Application for Increase of Rent
Windsor; Landlord wanted to increase Lewis' rent.

  60  
Richards Press, Ltd. TD Royalty Statement for "The Lion & the Fox"
London; Royalty for Lewis from July 1, 1947 to date.

  60  
Royal Exchange Assurance AD
London; Invoices for insurance. Also Travellers' Insurance Association baggage insurance certificate, dated Jun.7, 1950.

  60  
Rugby School. Middle School ADS Lewis' Report Card
[n.p.] Lewis' report for Michaelmas term, 1898; with envelope with Lewis' hand written notes "Reports..."

  60  
Ryerson Press TD Statement in Lewis' Name
Toronto; $3.00 statement made out to Lewis of the Tudor Hotel.

  60  
Ryerson Press TDS "Anglo Saxon Order" Agreement
Toronto; Agreement to publish, signed by Lewis.

  60  
Strindberg, Frieda AD Agreement for Lewis' Decoration of the Cabaret Theatre Club
London; Agreement to decorate the walls

  60  
Strindberg, Frieda TD[copy] Agreement to Lend Lewis Art Work "Kermesse" to the Cabaret Theatre Club
[London] Agreement to loan as she is unable to purchase; unsigned.

  60  
Tate Gallery, London AD Permission to Reproduce Lewis Art Works
[London] Permission to repoduce 2 listed art works.

  60  
Tate Gallery, London TD Purchase of Lewis' Pound Portrait
London; Receipt for Lewis of purchase of Pound portrait.

  60  
Thompson, Joseph Philip TDS Agreement of Rental
London; Agreement for Lewis to rent Studio A in Kensington Gardens Studios.

  60  
Trustees of the London Clinic AD Lewis Invoice
London; Invoice with receipt attached for 6 pounds, 6 shillings for X-ray.

  60  
Vandercom & Co. DS Invoice for Services
London; Dun letter regarding Roger Fry, addressed to Lewis.

  60  
Verlage Bernhard Tauchnitz TDS "Tarr" Contract
Leipzig; Contract for German edition of "Tarr"

  60  
William Whiteley, Ltd. TD Estimate for Moving Lewis' Goods
London; Moving of books, table, sewing machine and 4 bookcases from 251 Vauxhall Bridge Road to Nottinghill Gate address. With insurance form if required.

  60  
Zwemmer, A ADS "Paleface" Manuscript Sale
London; Purchase of the Arthur Press of the Paleface manuscript. Signed by Zwemmer.

  56  
A-F
  57  
G-Lewis, V
  58  
Lewis, G. Anne (Hoskyns)
  59  
Lewis, W-Lewis, Wyndham
  60  
Lewis, Wyndham-Z
 
Series III. Correspondence [series]:
 
Wyndham Lewis Outgoing Correspondence [subseries]:
  61  
Undated and Unidentified Fragments
  61  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[fragment, draft] to Unknown
[n.p.] "What with my flu & this I have been immobilized,"

  61  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft] to Unknown
[London] "Dear Sir. I find it is quite impossible for me to come to Cambridge at present."

  61  
Lewis, Wyndham ALS[draft] to Unknown
[n.p.] "Please send the satement modifying proof costs..." With list of figures in Lewis' hand on verso.

  61  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft, fragment] to Unknown
[n.p.] " ... A Mademoiselle Madeleine Shaeffer, 17. Boul. Pasteur, Paris, writes me..." Concerns possible translation of "Apes of God".

  61  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft, fragment] to Unknown
[n.p.] Sir. First, I must apologize for having failed to understand how vast an organization..." Concerns art show review by Lewis.

  61  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft] to Unknown
[n.p.] "Dear Sir. Your letter has been forwarded to me by Chatto & Windus." Concerns possible translation of "Tarr."

  61  
Lewis, Wyndham TL[copy] to Richard Aldington
London; My dear Aldington. Your Tobago letter hid itself a few hours after I received it

  61  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft] to the American Coucil on Education
[n.p.] "Dear Sirs. The Office of the Registrar, at Toronto University has referred me to you" Probably written during World War II, concerning Thomas Earp whereabouts.

  61  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft] to ? Brooks
[London] Dear Brooks. I cannot say that I think you have condusted yourself in an especially "friendly" way....

  61  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft] to Jessica Dismorr
[London] Dear Miss Dismorr. Forgive me for answering you at the last moment like this.

  61  
Lewis, Wyndham ALS to Jessica Dismorr
[London] My dear Jessie. I hope present difficulties will smooth themselves out

  61  
Lewis, Wyndham ALS to Jessica Dismorr
[London] Dear Jessie. Many thanks for letter. You must explain more fully

  61  
Lewis, Wyndham ALS to Jessica Dismorr
[London] Dear Jessie. Tomorrow (Weds.) 430 will suit me all right.

  61  
Lewis, Wyndham ALS to Jessica Dismorr
London; Dear Jessie. I was sorry to hear that you are once more ill.

  61  
Lewis, Wyndham ALS to Jessica Dismorr
[London] Dear Jessie. Do not let your hectic fancy weave things into the following plain communication.

  61  
Lewis, Wyndham ALS to Jessica Dismorr
[London] Dear Jess. I was very sorry to hear that once more your organism has become septically active.

  61  
Lewis, Wyndham ALS to Jessica Dismorr
[London] Dear Jess. I have stupidly mixed up my engagements this week,

  61  
Lewis, Wyndham ALS to Jessica Dismorr
[London] Dear Jess. Thank you for invit. Alas just reached me

  61  
Lewis, Wyndham ALS to Jessica Dismorr
[London] Deare Jessie. I'm glad the hear you're enjoying the summer weather,

  61  
Lewis, Wyndham ALS to Jessica Dismorr
[London] My dear Jessie. Excuse delay in answering your 22nd December letter.

  61  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[postcard]S to Jessica Dismorr
[London] Dear Jessie. Make it Thursday sometime.

  61  
Lewis, Wyndham ALS to Jessica Dismorr
[London] Dear Jessie. Really forgive me for putting off our meeting tonight,

  61  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[postcard]S to Jessica Dismorr
[France?] Dear Miss Dismorr. I shall be back in London in a week, and hope to see you then.

  61  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft, fragment] to T.S. Eliot
[n.p.] Dear Eliot. The other day I received a letter from Augustus John

  61  
Lewis, Wyndham TL[copy] to T.S. Eliot
[London] Dear Eliot. I am just back from Paris, and have found your article.

  61  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft, fragment] to Desmond Flower
[n.p.] "... I feel; had you contemplated a lengthy relationship with me as author,..." Concerns "Snooty Baronet"

  61  
Lewis, Wyndham ALS to Stuart Gilbert
[London] My dear Stuart Gilbert. Thank you for a most delightful evening:

  61  
Lewis, Wyndham ALS to Duncan Grant
[n.p.] Dear Grant. Have you heard yet from your friend in the War Office?

  61  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft, fragment] to Geoffrey Grigson
[n.p.] ...should of course be delighted for this to be handled by you.

  61  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft, fragment] to Cuthbert Hamilton
Paris; Dear Hamilton. I have come over here for a couple of days to transact a little piece of business.

  61  
Lewis, Wyndham ALS[draft] to Mrs. Percy Harris
[n.p.] Dear Mrs. Harris. I am [?] with confusion in hearing that Hueffer has thought [?] to send you on my letter.

  61  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft] to Rupert Hart-Davis
[n.p.] Dear Hart-Davis. I tried a number of times to reach you by telephone - [Verso has TM[note] regarding Harry Slochower}.

  61  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft] to T. J. Honeyman
[n.p.] Dear Honeyman How is Mrs. H.'s flu? Your colleague

  61  
Lewis, Wyndham AL to Sybil Hart-Davis
Market Drayton; Dear S[?]-B[?]. I am delighted to hear that my life has been ruined.

  61  
Lewis, Wyndham TL[copy] to Bruce Ingram
[n.p.] Dear Sir, When I last came to your office I had a conversation with your secretary. [Concerning the non-appearance of drawings (in "The Sketch"?) Lewis had given him.]

  61  
Lewis, Wyndham ALS[draft] to the Institute of Contempory Arts
[n.p.] Indignantly? protest at propsed exhibit as representing my contribution to contemporary art.

  61  
Lewis, Wyndham ALS to Augustus John
[n.p.] Dear John. I send you this at the same time as a letter for yourself.

  61  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft] to Jack Kahane
[n.p.] Dear Kahane. Many thanks for your letter: it is very good of you to have found me a translator for "Snooty Baronet"

  61  
Lewis, WyndhamAL[draft,fragment] to Hugh Kenner
[London] Dear Dr. Kenner I have just sent you a night letter, to say how much I like your book

  61  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft] to Rupert Lee
[n.p.] Dear Sir. It was by a chance today that I discovered that two paintings of mine

  61  
Lewis, Wyndham ALS to Anne (Stuart) Lewis
[n.p.] Cher Maman. Appallingly busy this evening. Tomorrow we have another infernal exam:

  61  
Lewis, Wyndham ALS to Kenneth Marshall
[London] Dear Marshall I am very sorry to hear about your leaving Z.

  61  
Lewis, Wyndham ALS to Kenneth Marshall
[London] Dear Marshall. Roy C. said will you give me the article if you've got it -

  61  
Lewis, Wyndham TL[fragment] to Marshall McLuhan
[n.p.] I fear to have misled you to the extent of supposing that there exists here such a thing as an attachment

  61  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[fragment] to Marshall McLuhan
[n.p.] ... P. S. At the same time as this I am mailing a few photos of pictures, which I give into your keeping.

  61  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[fragment] to T. Sturge Moore
[n.p.] Dear Moore. I had forgotten that [such a thing as the English Review excited, and have been living the life a young student

  61  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft] & TLS [copy] to Mrs. Rogers
[n.p.] Last night I am sorry to say I had to ask Mr. Rogers to stop the people over our head from tramping about

  61  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft] to Russ
[London] Dear Russ. Your telegram just arrived. I'm sorry I misread your letter.

  61  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft,fragment] to ? Sedgewick
[n.p.] Dear Mr. Sedgwick. I received with considerable astonishment your letter,

  61  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft,fragment] to Mrs. Alfred Shaw
[n.p.] Earlier dates I gave in my letter

  61  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft] to William F. Strabe
[n.p.] Dear Mr. Strabe: thank you for your letter and hope that fefore long the "Revenge for Love" matter will be settled.

  61  
Lewis, Wyndham TL[copy] to E. W. Tomlin
[n.p.] Dear Mr. Tomlin. For some time I have been too ashamed to answer your letter.

  61  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft] to Mary Borden Turner
[London] Dear Mrs. Turner. Many thanks for your letter, which has absolutely cleared Bordenesque horizon.

  61  
Lewis, Wyndham TL to Walker, Martineau & Co.
[London] Dear Sirs, With reference to the above action, you will appreciate that at the time the advances were made I deposited with your clents certain MSS [Concerning law suit with Chatto & Windus]

  61  
Lewis, Wyndham ALS[draft] to Sir Nicholas Waterhouse
[n.p.] Dear Dorcher. I am just back from a long business trip and have a great many difficult and troublesome things to attend to.

  61  
Lewis, Wyndham AL to J. Alan White
[n.p.] Dear Alan: here is the preface to Ayrton's book.

  61  
Lewis, Wyndham TL[copy] to J. Alan White
[London] Dear Alan. I find it almost impossible to get you on the phone.

  61  
Lewis, Wyndham ALS[craft] to Richard Wyndham
[[n.p.] The pictures by me you propose I have just [?] to exhibit at London Group

  62  
Lewis, Wyndham ALS to "Grannie" [Stuart]
Ravenstone; dear Grannie/ I send my love to Mother and you and I will be glad when you come home.

  62  
Lewis, Wyndham ALS to Anne (Stuart) Lewis
County School, Bedford; My dear mother. I hope you are quite well. I am having a very good time indeed.

  62  
Lewis, Wyndham ALS to Anne (Stuart) Lewis
Castle Hill School; My dear Mother. I arrived here safely, at 8 o'clock on Wednesday evening. [Copy of verso page of letter included]

  62  
Lewis, Wyndham ALS to Anne (Stuart) Lewis
Rugby School; My dear Mother. Please excuse pencil. I have no ink, except a little at the bottom of my ink well.

  62  
Lewis, Wyndham ALS to Anne (Stuart) Lewis
Rugby School; My dear Mother. I am awfully sorry I did not write before. My hands have been full.

  62  
Lewis, Wyndham ALS to Anne (Stuart) Lewis
[n.p.] Chere Maman. I have got 1 [pound]. I really forget if I got other pound on 23rd or no.

  62  
Lewis, Wyndham ALS to Anne (Stuart) Lewis
[n.p.] Chere Maman. I forgot to post this letter yesterday; I have only got a few minutes to post closing time, so I will outline.

  62  
Lewis, Wyndham ALS to Anne (Stuart) Lewis
[n.p.] Chere Maman. Having given 25 francs the the concierge, (to whom, also, by the way, I must give a tip to soon)

  62  
Lewis, Wyndham ALS to Anne (Stuart) Lewis
[n.p.] Chere Maman. I arrived without mishap the other day, & without mal de mer, also, - by divine indulgence.

  62  
Lewis, Wyndham ALS to Anne (Stuart) Lewis
[Madrid] Chere Maman. I got the cheque all right the other day, and meant to send a card to acknowledge it,

  62  
Lewis, Wyndham ALS to Anne (Stuart) Lewis
[Paris] My dear Mama! I've received safely your 4 [pounds] with great satisfaction; I've paid my rent,

  62  
Lewis, Wyndham ALS to Anne (Stuart) Lewis
[Paris] Chere Maman. I received safely and gladly this morning your 2 [pounds]: but as you crossed the postal order I lost 4 [francs] on it

  62  
Lewis, Wyndham ALS to Anne (Stuart) Lewis
[Paris] Chere Maman. I asked you to send 25 francs or 50 as you liked: you haven't sent them,

  62  
Lewis, Wyndham ALS to Anne (Stuart) Lewis
[Paris] Chere Maman. I've got here safely enough in my usual state; I got the 2:20 from London,

  62  
Lewis, Wyndham ALS to Anne (Stuart) Lewis
[London] Chere Maman. I've succeeded in accommodating myself at Hamilton's, 16 Fitzroy Street

  62  
Lewis, Wyndham ALS to Anne (Stuart) Lewis
[Paris] Chere Maman. Got your letter. I'm just going to [?] Aunte Lori to get the 20 f.

  62  
Lewis, Wyndham ALS to Anne (Stuart) Lewis
[Dieppe] My frends are in no way engrossing but I am extremely occupied with several considerations.

  62  
Lewis, Wyndham
Dieppe; My miserable friends, having worried me into writing you a etter saying that I would return immediately to London,

  62  
Lewis, Wyndham ALS to Anne (Stuart) Lewis
[London] Chere Maman. The proprietor is a chapel-going amiable little person, & since Mr. Herbert hes [sic] given me a reference

  62  
Lewis, Wyndham ALS to Anne (Stuart) Lewis
[Paris] Chere Maman. I got your letter - with money enclosed - this morning, and suppose from that you hadn't yet got my letter.

  62  
Lewis, Wyndham ALS to Anne (Stuart) Lewis
Paris; Chere Maman. I've just got your letter, and I really don't know what to say.

  62  
Lewis, Wyndham ALS to Anne (Stuart) Lewis
[Paris] Chere Maman. I'm staying here another week, as I couldn't with the money you sent me get away,

  62  
Lewis, Wyndham ALS to Anne (Stuart) Lewis
London; Chere Maman. I have resolved, by hook or by crook, to go to Hamburg tomorrow (Wednesday) at 8 o'clock

  62  
Lewis, Wyndham ALS to Anne (Stuart) Lewis
[Paris] Chere Maman: You mustn't think I'm intoxicated, but I really forget how old I am, - I couldn't remember yesterday,

  62  
Lewis, Wyndham ALS to Anne (Stuart) Lewis
Haarlem; Chere Maman. Next Wednesday or Thursday my month's up here, and home I come.

  62  
Lewis, Wyndham ALS to Anne (Stuart) Lewis
[Paris] My dear old lady, I'm very very sorry to hear that you're not better;

  62  
Lewis, Wyndham ALS to Anne (Stuart) Lewis
[Paris] Chere Maman. I have safely received both the 1.10 [pounds] & 1.0:0: [pounds] I didn't write when I said I would

  62  
Lewis, Wyndham ALS to Anne (Stuart) Lewis
[Paris] Chere Maman. Of all the infamous things ever brought to my knowledge,

  62  
Lewis, Wyndham ALS to Anne (Stuart) Lewis
Nordvyk am Zee; Chere Maman. So we installed Villa Cato, with a studio for me, large bedroom & little eating saloon [sic]

  62  
Lewis, Wyndham ALS to Anne (Stuart) Lewis
[Paris] Chere Maman. Got your letter and 10 f: I hope you will send puctually by monday morning:

  62  
Lewis, Wyndham ALS to Anne (Stuart) Lewis
Nordvyk am Zee; Chere Maman. Forgive me for not writing during the week,

  62  
Lewis, Wyndham ALS to Anne (Stuart) Lewis
[Paris] Chere Maman. I got the money the other day, saturday, in good time, for which relief, much thanks:

  62  
Lewis, Wyndham ALS to Anne (Stuart) Lewis
Nordvyk am Zee; Ma chere petite Mere. I got the money the other day all right. You remember that I owe the Klener 40 francs:

  62  
Lewis, Wyndham ALS to Anne (Stuart) Lewis
[Munich] Chere Maman. Me voici, and not a particularly happy 'me'. -

  62  
Lewis, Wyndham ALS to Anne (Stuart) Lewis
[Paris] Chere Maman. Excuse me for writing shoppily, but I only have a few minutes to do it in.

  62  
Lewis, Wyndham ALS to Anne (Stuart) Lewis
[Munich] Chere Maman. I got your letter and first 20f. today. Don't forget to seal the letters with wax.

  62  
Lewis, Wyndham ALS to Anne (Stuart) Lewis
[Munich] Chere Maman. I have at last found a stuio: it is 20 marcs a month,

  62  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[postcard]S to Anne (Stuart) Lewis
[Munich] Ecoutez: j'ai oblie de te dire, d'envoyer le jacket

  62  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[postcard]S to Anne (Stuart) Lewis
Munich; Le Carnival dure jusqu'au

  62  
Lewis, Wyndham ALS to Anne (Stuart) Lewis
[Munich] Chere Maman. I have several difficult letters to write; as well begin with one as with another.

  62  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[postcard]S to Anne (Stuart) Lewis
Paris; Recu ta lettre ce matin -l'ai brulee. Je n'ai trave qu'un appoitment qui

  62  
Lewis, Wyndham ALS to Anne (Stuart) Lewis
Dieppe; Chere Maman. I got the monies safely and soundly at the poste Restante, and think it will be better if you send there

  62  
Lewis, Wyndham ALS to Anne (Stuart) Lewis
[Paris] Chere Maman. En voici impoten - Ida, for some mystical reason, has to go to Germany

  62  
Lewis, Wyndham ALS to Anne (Stuart) Lewis
[Paris] Chere Maman. The end of last week I got 20 f,

  62  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[fragment]S to Anne (Stuart) Lewis
[Paris] ... The weather is excessively disgusting here: it is very cold, and damp;

  62  
Lewis, Wyndham ALS to Anne (Stuart) Lewis
[Paris] Chere Maman. I've been intending to write to you for many a day:

  62  
Lewis, Wyndham ALS to Anne (Stuart) Lewis
[Paris] Chere Maman. I forget if I announced the arrival of the 20f a day or so ago: -

  62  
Lewis, Wyndham ALS to Anne (Stuart) Lewis
[Paris] Chere Maman. Mrs. John died about 4 or 5 days ago, and on Saturday I was at her funerel [sic];

  62  
Lewis, Wyndham ALS to Anne (Stuart) Lewis
[Paris] Chere Maman. I got the 20f this morning, or yesterday morning, rather: & the other 20f a few days ago.

  62  
Lewis, Wyndham ALS to Anne (Stuart) Lewis
[Paris] Chere Maman. I need you to give as definite an answer as you can

  62  
Lewis, Wyndham ALS to Anne (Stuart) Lewis
[Paris] Chere Maman. I got the 20 shill: yesterday. I will write at once to the director

  62  
Lewis, Wyndham ALS to Anne (Stuart) Lewis
[Paris?] Chere Maman. I dodn't think after all that I shall go to Dieppe;

  62  
Lewis, Wyndham ALS to Anne (Stuart) Lewis
Moved to box 62, folder 37.5

  62  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[fragment]S to Anne (Stuart) Lewis
[Paris] ... I think taht the governor of Jamaica will get into trouble, don't you?

  62  
Lewis, Wyndham ALS to Anne (Stuart) Lewis
Paris; Chere Maman. I've got your official letter here this morning: I hope I shall get another tomorrow at the Restante.

  62  
Lewis, Wyndham ALS to Anne (Stuart) Lewis
St. Honorine des Perthes; Chere Maman. I can't do a stroke, no, not a stroke! of work here.

  62  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[facsimile]S to Thomas Sturge Moore
Chelsea; Dear Moore. I gaveyou time to get back to your mountain fastness, and then, sure that my target was more or less stationary, [Original Manuscript in the University of London Library.]

  62  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[facsimile]S to Thomas Sturge Moore
London; Dear Moore. I've been putting off writing for some time because I felt I had so much to say [Original Manuscript in the University of London Library.]

  62  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft]S to Unknown
[London] Dear Sir. I found your card yesterday, and was sorry not to have seen you.

  62  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft, fragment] to Augustus John
[n.p.] Dear John. I have received your letter. Whether I am worth consulting with

  62  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft, fragment] to Augustus John
[n.p.] Dear John. I reply at once to your letter, and want to have done with this chapter in my life

  62  
Lewis, Wyndham ALS to Lady Muriel Paget
[London] Dear Lady Muriel. I see in the paper today that the [?] & pictures are being shown again

  62  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft, fragment]S to Lady Muriel Paget
[London] Dear Lady Muriel Paget. It occured to me after I had left you that I should have advised

  62  
Lewis, Wyndham ALS to Alick Schepeler
Brecknoch Studios; Dear Miss Shepler. I am afraid I must have seemed very strange to you

  62  
Lewis, Wyndham ALS to Alick Schepeler
Soho; Dear Miss Shepler. Letter just reached me from Grafton.

  62  
Lewis, Wyndham TL[copy, fragment] to Augustus John
[London] ...just struck me that I am speaking with an immodesty almost gascon;

  62  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[facsimile]S to Thomas Sturge Moore
London; Dear Moore. I don't know how telepathetic you are: [Original Manuscript in the University of London Library.]

  62  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[facsimile]S to Thomas Sturge Moore
London; Dear Moore. Those dirty beasts of readers have got the library in each state [Original Manuscript in the University of London Library.]

  62  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[facsimile]S to Thomas Sturge Moore
London; Dear Moore. In the Century Dic: panjandrum [Also rarely Panjanderum a word used by Samuel Foote [Original Manuscript in the University of London Library.]

  62  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[facsimile]S to Thomas Sturge Moore
London; Dear Moore. A convelescent landlady has just sent me a batch of letters [Original Manuscript in the University of London Library.]

  62  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[facsimile]S to Thomas Sturge Moore
London; Dear Moore. I intended writing you some weeks ago, [Original Manuscript in the University of London Library.]

  62  
Lewis, Wyndham ALS to Mrs. Thomas Sturge Moore
Ealing; Chere Madam. Ce n'est pas banal, me low-dutch Sappho, en effet. [Original Manuscript in the University of London Library.]

  62  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft]S to Roger Fry and Clive Bell
[London] Dear Fry. When I wrote to you the other day [on same sheet of paper is draft of Bell letter]

  62  
Lewis, Wyndham ALS to Roger Fry
Islington; Dear Fry. Your answer yesterday I confess puzzled me.

  62  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft, fragment] to Roger Fry
[London] Dear Fry. Your answer yesterday implied that my things at the Grafton were not in common [On verso of Valuation Office of the Inland Revenue form announcing an upcoming inspection of Brecknock Studios; torn into two pieces.]

  62  
Lewis, Wyndham ALS to Alick Schepeler
Islington; Dear Miss Shepler. I have been absent from my studio presence days

  62  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft] to Clive Bell
Islington; Dear Bell. May I place before you, as one considerably interested in the Fitzroy Square business [Concerns "The Ideal Home Exhibition"]

  62  
Lewis, Wyndham TLS] & TL[carbon]S & TS[facsimile]STo the Editor
[London] Understanding that you are interested in the Omega Workshops, [In folder 79 is the same letter in facsimile, the original at the University of London Library where it is attributed as being sent to Thomas Sturges Moore]?

  62  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft]S to P. G. Konody
[London] Dear Mr. Konody. I have just seen Gore, & he bears out every word, naturally

  62  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft]S to Clive Bell
[London] Dear Bell. You will by this time no doubt have received the round letter

  62  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[Draft]S to Mrs. Percy Harris
[London] Dear Mrs. Harris. I was sorry you did not come to the Cabaret Club last night,

  62  
Lewis, Wyndham ALS to Frederick Etchells
London; Dear Etchells. I am sending you some Perspectives of "Art School" & "Art Center."

  62  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[postcard]S to Anne (Stuart) Lewis
[Festniog, Wales] Je to previns: ca se

  62  
Lewis, Wyndham TL[copy] to Ezra Pound
London; Dear Pound. Many thanks for your excellent piece on Binyon

  62  
Lewis, WyndhamAL[draft]S to Beatrice Hastings
[London] Dear Mrs. Hastings, I have never been so commiserated with. If you go on in this way

  62  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft] to Joseph Ackerley
[n.p.] Dear Acherley. I hope you will like these specimens of Wadsworth work.

  62  
Lewis, Wyndham TLS to Kate Lechmere
[London] Dear Miss Lechmere, I have your letter of this date, contents of which I confirm.

  62  
Lewis, Wyndham ALS to Jessie Dismorr
[London] Dear Miss Dismorr. I should be delighted to have tea with you on Tuesday next.

  62  
Lewis, Wyndham ALS to Alick Schepeler
Cafe Royal; Dear Alec. I have been making efforts for last week or two to get

  62  
Lewis, Wyndham ALS to Alick Schepeler
[London] Dear Alec. I am in bed for a few days. As soon as I am up again -

  62  
Lewis, Wyndham ALS to Jessie Dismorr
[London] Dear Jessie. I am sorry not to have answered before. I intended sending you a wire.

  62  
Lewis, Wyndham ALS to Alick Schepeler
[London] Dear Alec. I have intended telephoning to you since the beginning of the week,

  63  
1915-1920
  63  
Lewis, Wyndham TL[copy] to Ezra Pound
[London] Dear Pound. Sorry abut Coburn swith. Isn't he going to do it?

  63  
Lewis, Wyndham ALS to Jessie Dismorr
[London]Dear Jessie. I was very sorry to hear that you had been ill again. What a nuisance

  63  
Lewis, Wyndham ALS to Kate Lechmere
[London] Dear Miss Lechmere. I have received your writ, and with it your address, which I have been seeking for some weeks.

  63  
Lewis, Wyndham ALS to Augustus John
[London] Dear John. Your letter received this morning. After your cleaver display

  63  
Lewis, Wyndham ALS to Alick Schepeler
[London] My dear Alick. I have been away for a few days, & very glad on my return to get your card

  63  
Lewis, Wyndham ALS to Alick Schepeler
[London] Dear Alec. I have an interview with John Lane tomorrow at 12.30.

  63  
Lewis, Wyndham ALS to Alick Schepeler
[London] Dearest Aleck. I cannot describe my resentment with a woman who made me drunk last Saturday afternoon,

  63  
Lewis, Wyndham ALS to Jessie Dismorrr
[London] Dear Jessie. Can you come in Saturday instead of tomorrow,

  63  
Lewis, Wyndham TL[draft] to Ezra Pound
London; Dear Pound. I have seen Miss Weaver. She appears to think that the book is too long to serialize,

  63  
Lewis, Wyndham ALS to Anne (Stuart) Lewis
Lydd; Chere Maman. All appears to be going well. The Battery hours on Saturday,

  63  
Lewis, Wyndham ALS to Anne (Stuart) Lewis
Dover; Chere Maman.I expected to be paid a few shillings today, which would have carried me

  63  
Lewis, Wyndham ALS to Anne (Stuart) Lewis
Dover; Chere Maman. I have had my leave cancelled, because I am going with a

  63  
Lewis, Wyndham ALS to Anne (Stuart) Lewis
Sussex; Chere Maman. I have sent (indeed sent by Barclay) 50 pounds to [Fawselbedduned?]

  63  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft]S to Mary Borden Turner
[London] Dear Miss Turner. In your last letter you seemed to feel that my communication was of an unusual character.

  63  
Lewis, Wyndham ALS to Anne (Stuart) Lewis
Dorset; Chere Maman.We are still here.= They are forming another siege Battery next week.

  63  
Lewis, Wyndham TL[copy]S to Captain Guy Baker
[London] Dear Baker. In your letter the other day you referred to a painting "for which you had not yet paid".

  63  
Lewis, Wyndham L[copy] to Thomas Sturge Moore
[London] Dear Moore, I am trying another publisher = I like him too; I like all the publishers I have had dealings with so far.

  63  
Lewis, Wyndham ALS to Anne (Stuart) Lewis
Dover; Chere Maman.I have no fuller address for the moment.

  63  
Lewis, Wyndham TL[copy] to Anne (Stuart) Lewis
Dover; Chere Maman.I have no fuller address for the moment.

  63  
Lewis, Wyndham ALS to Anne (Stuart) Lewis
Dover; Chere Maman. Thank you for the telegraph order. [With 2 pages list of "Drawings at Pound" as letter includes notation of a will with bequest of these "if anything should happen to me."]

  63  
Lewis, Wyndham TL[copy] to Ezra Pound
Dorset; Dear Pound. I have got shifted in here, and lost my leave. Heavens knows when I shall get any leave now.

  63  
Lewis, Wyndham ALS to Anne (Stuart) Lewis
Weymuth; Chere Maman.I got back here safely & in time. I find my absence did not put me back much with lectures

  63  
Lewis, Wyndham TL[copy] to Ezra Pound
Weumuth; Dear Pound. Excuse delay in answering your letter. = I have made various efforts to get out.

  63  
Lewis, Wyndham ALS to Anne (Stuart) Lewis
Weymuth; Chere Maman. Letter received this morning. Regars money, I am afraid I havn't got the sum you mention in the Bank.

  63  
Lewis, Wyndham ALS to Anne (Stuart) Lewis
Horsham; Dear Mama. I hope you are over your bout of cold by this time. Let me know.

  63  
Lewis, Wyndham ALS to Anne (Stuart) Lewis
Horsham; Chere Maman. We leave here as I told you, I think, on Saturday morning. There is nothing new.

  63  
Lewis, Wyndham TL[copy] to Ezra Pound
Lydd, Dear Pound. Many thanks for cheque. Am sending with this an isoleted ackowledgement.

  63  
Lewis, Wyndham TL[copy] to Ezra Pound
Lydd; Dear Pound. Thank you for cheque of Quinns, for 25 pounds, received today,

  63  
Lewis, Wyndham ALS to Anne (Stuart) Lewis
Weymuth; Chere Maman. We are leaving here on Wednesday next for Horsham.

  63  
Lewis, Wyndham TL[copy] to Ezra Pound
Lydd; Dear Pound. My stay at Horsham was short. I had a day in town & visited you.

  63  
Lewis, Wyndham TL[copy] to Violet Hunt
Lydd; Dear Mrs. Hueffer. I left the dispatching of my telegram till the end of the day,

  63  
Lewis, Wyndham ALS to Anne (Stuart) Lewis
France; Chere Maman. This is my new address, for a week or two.

  63  
Lewis, Wyndham TL[copy] to [Helen Saunders]
[France] Dear Miss S. Please give my new address to Mr. Pierce. 330 Siege Battery. R. G. A.

  63  
Lewis, Wyndham TL[copy] to John Quinn
Lydd; Dear Mr. Quinn, I am sorry that I had to trouble you the other day via Ezra Pound.[2 copies of same typed letter, one labelled Lewis's copy]

  63  
Lewis, Wyndham L[facsimile] to Thomas Sturge Moore
Cosham; My dear Moore, I have intended on several occasions lately to pay you a visit [Original manuscript at the University of London Library.]

  63  
Lewis, Wyndham ALS to Anne (Stuart) Lewis
[France] Chere Maman. I am now in the firing line with a new Battery. We were sent up without guns,

  63  
Lewis, Wyndham ALS to Anne (Stuart) Lewis
[France] Chere Maman. Many thanks for book: (received yesterday). Such trouble about getting anymore.

  63  
Lewis, Wyndham ALS to Alick Schepeler
Michelham; My dear Alick. Many thanks for your aimiable and [?] letter.

  63  
Lewis, Wyndham TL[copy] to Ezra Pound
[France] My dear Pound. I am back now with my old Battery. I have come to a tedious spot.

  63  
Lewis, Wyndham TL[copy] to Ezra Pound
[France] Dear Pound. Thank you for letter received today.= First of all, Hartley is unlikely to find me

  63  
Lewis, Wyndham TL[copy] to Ezra Pound
[France] Dear Pound. We have been suddenly plucked up from our position in the North, and have since then journeyed many a mile.

  63  
Lewis, Wyndham ALS to Helen Saunders
France; Dear Miss S. A brief note. = You sent me most of the 2nd letter, but you lost one of the pages.

  63  
Lewis, Wyndham ALS to Alick Schepeler
France; My dear Alec. Thank you for your last letter. I shall shortly be expecting another one.

  63  
Lewis, Wyndham TL[copy] to Ezra Pound
France; Dear Pound. I again dined the other night with Orpen. R. A. (Major) the other night

  63  
Lewis, Wyndham ALS to Alick Schepeler
[London] Dear Alec. I will send you a P.C. Your chelsea address

  63  
Lewis, Wyndham ALS to Alick Schepeler
[London]; My dear Alec. Forgive me omissions, and slovenly [?] in a correspondent.

  63  
Lewis, Wyndham TL[copy] to Ezra Pound
France; My dear Pound. Enough as you say, of coxcombs. But where you say that many of those paintings

  64  
Lewis, Wyndham TL[facsimile] to Thomas Sturge Moore
[London] Dear Moore, I return you the MSS. of your story, which I liked immensely. [Original manuscript at the University of London Library.]

  63  
Lewis, Wyndham TL[facsimile] to Thmas Sturge Moore
London; Dear Moore, Thank you for your lettere: I am glad to hear that my book wears well with you: [Original manuscript at the University of London Library.]

  63  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft]S to Osbert Sitwell
[London] All intelligent is attacked by flu. I am at the Endslright Palace hospital. [Written on back of envelope]

  63  
Lewis, Wyndham TL[copy] to John Quinn
London; My dear Quinn, I expect you will have got my letteres and the photographs of pictures by this time.

  63  
Lewis, Wyndham ALS to [Annie Symes] Crump
[London?] Dear A[?]. If you are free tomorrow afternoon (about 4.30) would you care to come up here & see us?

  63  
Lewis, Wyndham ALS to Iris Barry
[Suffolk] Have sent 2 [nighties?] take out the [?] absurdities [Written on form for telegraphs]

  63  
Lewis, Wyndham ALS to Jessica Dismorr
[London] Dear Jessie. [?] is the [?] to you, can you come Saturday instead of Friday?

  63  
Lewis, Wyndham ALS to Jessica Dismorr
London; Dear Jessie. I am sorry the day before yesterday's visit was so scattered & uncomfortable.

  63  
Lewis, Wyndham ALS to Jessica Dismorr
London; Dear Jessie. I am sorry to have missed you on Saturday. Monday I shall not be here at tea time.

  63  
Lewis, Wyndham ALS to Jessica Dismorr
[London] Dear Jessie. Rodker is coming to see me tomorrow evening, & afterward he suggested visit to Bloomsbury.

  63  
Lewis, Wyndham ALS to Jessica Dismorr
London; Dear Jessie. I am sending [??] to receive you at 4.30 tomorrow in a friendly way.

  63  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[fragment, draft] & TL[copy] to Paul Nash
[London] My dear Nash. My delay in answering your first letter was owing principally, if not entirely,

  63  
Lewis, Wyndham TL[copy] to John Quinn
London; My dear Quinn, You must excuse me for the long delay in answering your letter.

  63  
Lewis, Wyndham TL[copy]S to Paul Nash
London; My dear Nash, I have just got your last valuable letter. I am so glad, you are working hard!

  63  
Lewis, Wyndham ALS to Sir William Rothenstein
London; Dear Rothenstein. I have delayed answeringyour letter until I should be able to lay my hands on a copy of the Ideal Giant,

  63  
Lewis, Wyndham ALS to Sir William Rothenstein
London; Dear Rothenstein. Thank you for your letter; and I was glad that my tract pleased you.

  63  
Lewis, Wyndham ALS to Jessie Desmorr
[n.p.] Dear Jessie. Would you consider unfriendly if I substituted some of this day for tomorrow?

  63  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft]S & TL[copy] to Robert McAlmon
[London] Dear Bob. I was very glad to receive your letter, and especially as it showed that our friendship had not been impaired

  63  
Lewis, Wyndham ALS to Sir William Rothenstein
London; Dear Rothenstein. Herewith is a ticket for the small show of drawings that I told you I was having.

  63  
Lewis, Wyndham ALS to Sir William Rothenstein
London; Dear Rothenstein. I have not replied earlier to your letter, because I wanted to see two or three of the painters

  63  
Lewis, Wyndham ALS to Sir William Rothenstein
London; Dear Rothenstein. I am sorry to say that I shall not be able to come to the meeting

  63  
Lewis, Wyndham ALS to Jessie Dismorr
London; Dear Jessie. I am very busy. I could not communicate with you today, or would have done so.

  63  
Lewis, Wyndham ALS to Sir William Rothenstein
London; Dear Rothenstein. I will come round some evening after dinner: probably Saturday next,

  63  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[telegram] to Iris Barry
London; Please prepare chap eight.

  63  
Lewis, Wyndham TL[fragment] to John Quinn
London; Dear Quinn, The reason that I have delayed this letter so long has been because, principally,

  63  
Lewis, Wyndham
Moved to Box 63, folder .05

  63  
Lewis, Wyndham ALS to Iris Barry
London; My dear Eye/ rish. I am going to try & get down tomorrow (latish, I expect.)

  63  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[telegram] to Iris Barry
Nantes,France; Poste Restante Vannes Bretagne pour cinq

  63  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[postcard]S to Iris Barry
Vannes,France; Dear I[?]. Am here till Sunday next. After that my address c/o Cooks'.

  63  
Lewis, Wyndham ALS to Iris Barry
Saumur, France; Darling I. I have not written you before, because up to the present I have been engaged in an incessant Trek.

  63  
Lewis, Wyndham TL[telegram] to Iris Barry
Paris; Back tomorrow don't worry will arrange immediately much love

  63  
Lewis, Wyndham ALS to Iris Barry
Paris; Dear IB I have been here for a day or so now: waiting for money from Bank.

  63  
Lewis, Wyndham ALS to Iris Barry
London; Dear IB. I intended coming dinner this evening. But as I had to see Adams & Bob,

  63  
Lewis, Wyndham ALS to Iris Barry
London; Dear IB. I am going to try & get down tomorrow somewhere about one or two.

  63  
Lewis, Wyndham ALS to Jessie Dismorr
London; My dear Jessie. Excuse my delay in answering your letter. The fact is I have had a little trouble with my eye,

  64  
1921-1927
  64  
Lewis, Wyndham ALS[draft] to Nancy Cunard
London; Dear Nancy. I am very sorry to have to write you a letter that may cause you annoyance or disappointment.

  64  
Lewis, Wyndham ALS to [Iris Barry]
[n.p.] Enclosed 10/- (ten shillings). If you write (in acknowledge receipt you may) plain seal envelope.

  64  
Lewis, Wyndham ALS to Iris Barry
[London] Dear IB. I enclose [Beau} cheque for $3.10.0, all I can spare.

  64  
Lewis, Wyndham TL[fragment, copy] and TL[fragment, carbon copy] to Violet Schiff
London; ... Lawrence has brought out another dirty book, procurable at enormous expense, [Typed facsimile of original in the British Museum made by Professor Antony Alpers]

  64  
Lewis, Wyndham ALS to Jessie Dismorr
London; My dear Jessie. Excuse delay in replying. The last month for me has been an orgy of business worry.

  64  
Lewis, Wyndham ALS to Alick Schepeler
[London] Dear Alec. I came to see you during week end (Easter): & found you away.

  64  
Lewis, Wyndham ALS to Sir William Rothenstein
[London] Dear Rothenstein. I am sitting for myself at present - in fact it is a permanent job:

  64  
Lewis, Wyndham ALS to Jessie Dismorr
London; Dear Jessie. Here is Eliots address: 9. Clarence Gate Gardens. N.W.1.

  64  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[postcard]S to Jessie Dismorr
[ London] Dear Jessie. Today (SAT) I am going away for probably 4 or 5 days.

  64  
Lewis, Wyndham ALS to Iris Barry
Paris; Dear IB. I am returning tomorrow. But in case I should be delayed, I send you this cheque (for THREE POUNDS)

  64  
Lewis, Wyndham ALS to Iris Barry
[ London] Dear IB. I will meet you any time you like to appoint after dinner next week

  64  
Lewis, Wyndham ALS to Iris Barry
London; Dear IB. I will provisionally keep Wednesday evening (7=9) clear.

  64  
Lewis, Wyndham ALS to Iris Barry
[n.p.] Dear IB. Your letter has been forwarded to me. I do not propose to write letters to you:

  64  
Lewis, Wyndham ALS to Iris Barry
[n.p.] Dear IB. Enclosed 2 [pounds]. all I can manage at the moment. In a few days I shall have a temporary address,

  64  
Lewis, Wyndham ALS to Iris Barry
[London] Dear IB. This morning (8.30) I again paid call, but found you out

  64  
Lewis, Wyndham ALS to Iris Barry
Brussels; Dear Iris. Your letter was forwarded to me at the above address.

  64  
Lewis, Wyndham ALS to Iris Barry
Brussels; Dear Barry. Two more letters received today. - Listen: honestly, I have no money at this moment:

  64  
Lewis, Wyndham ALS to Iris Barry
[London?] Dear IB. I will send you 1.[pound] tomorrow. I will try & send you 2 [pounds] next week.

  64  
Lewis, Wyndham ALS to Iris Barry
[ London] Dear IB. If you still work in Bond St. it is clear that a visit to the Plane Tree for lunch was deliberate, [With typed transcription]

  64  
Lewis, Wyndham ALS to Iris Barry
[ London] Dear IB. Here is 1. [pound] (one pound.) I will send you another 1.[pound] before Saturday

  64  
Lewis, Wyndham ALS to Iris Barry
[London] Dear IB. I had no money last week to spare till Saturday, though I had expected it earlier.

  64  
Lewis, Wyndham ALS to Iris Barry
London; Dear IB. I have not been very well. (cold etc) : Also I have been phenomenally hard up.

  64  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[postcard]S to Iris Barry
London; Sorry. Tomorrow morning thing [?] & communicating with you.

  64  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[telegram] to Iris Barry
London; If free meet 9:15 Notting Hill Tube.

  64  
Lewis, Wyndham ALS to Iris Barry
[London?] Dear IB. I am sorry about cheque & subsequent delay. [On "The Tyro" letterhead.]

  64  
Lewis, Wyndham TL[typed transcription copy] to James Joyce
London; Dear Joyce, Pound tells me that it is your kind intention to have me sent a copy of Ulysses. [Microfilm copy, from which this was transcribed, in Lockwood Memorial Library in Buffalo, N.Y.]

  64  
Lewis, Wyndham ALS to Sir William Rothenstein
London; Dear Rothenstein. I am sorry not to have answered your letter before. I have beenin Paris over the weekend,

  64  
Lewis, Wyndham ALS to Sir William Rothenstein
[London] Dear Rothenstein. Here is the drawing you said you would like to have and asked me not to sell.

  64  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[postcard]S to Sir William Rothenstein
[London] Dear Rothenstein. I [?] cheque am back by [?]

  64  
Lewis, Wyndham TL[copy] to ? Rowland
London; Dear Rowland. I tried to get through to you the other day, but failed. I supposed you wished to speak to me

  64  
Lewis, Wyndham TL[copy] + TL[carbon] to Violet Schiff
London; Dear Violet, K. M.'s note arrived. I don't see how, short of possessing such powers of divination [Transcribed from typescript copy of original at the British Museum by Professor Antony Alpers.]

  64  
Lewis, Wyndham TL[copy] to Sidney Schiff
London; Dear Schiff, I was very sorry to hear from Violet that you and she had also been attacked. [Typed copy of original holograph copy at the British Museum by Professor Antony Alpers.]

  64  
Lewis, Wyndham A[envelope] to Alick Schepeler
London; [Envelope only with no letter.]

  64  
Lewis, Wyndham TL[copy] to [Bank Manager]
London; Dear Sir/ I have been waiting, before writing you, to see my soliciter, but so far have not been able to. [**Folder number 34 never "was", number was skipped due to mistake when numbering.]

  64  
Lewis, Wyndham ALS to Alick Schepeler
London; Dear Alec. Can you dine FRIDAY next, meeting me here at 7.30?

  64  
Lewis, Wyndham ALS to Jessie Dismorr
London; Dear Jessie. Miss S. is taking this for sure: just a note to wish you a happy New YEAR,

  64  
Lewis, Wyndham TL[copy] to T.S. Eliot
London; Dear Eliot. As since the arrival of your letter I have not had time to answer it fully,

  64  
Lewis, Wyndham TL[copy] to T. S. Eliot
London; Dear Eliot. Thank you for the letter. I am glad to hear that you are not going to write too regularly [On verso is start of another letter to Eliot.]

  64  
Lewis, Wyndham ALS to Jessie Dismorr
London; Dear Jessie. On Friday I have sitter till 4.30 & another one at 8.

  64  
Lewis, Wyndham TL[copy] to James Joyce
London; Dear Joyce, Mrs. S. gave me your message, and I shall be delighted to see you Friday next at five.

  64  
Lewis, Wyndham ALS to Osbert Sitwell
London; Dear Sitwell. I enjoyed Facade, & think it was an improvement on the first performance.

  64  
Lewis, Wyndham TL[copy] to T. S. Eliot
London; Dear Eliot. Your promised me: (1) To pay me a cheque as soon as I handed you the Mss.

  64  
Lewis, Wyndham ALS to Richard Wyndham
[London] Dear Dick. (1) If you are worried, I have had far more cause for worry than you.

  64  
Lewis, Wyndham TL[copy] to Fanny Eveleigh Wadsworth
[London] Dear Fanny. In the restaurant last might I met Dick, who when I referred to the matter of the monthly cheque

  64  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft] to Fanny Eveleigh Wadsworth
[London] Dear Fanny. Without wasting time in disputes [???] known the circumstances appeared to you

  64  
Lewis, Wyndham TL[copy] to Fanny Eveleigh Wadsworth
[London] Dear Fanny. There is no good indulging in humbug: and no letter I could write you under the circumstances

  64  
Lewis, Wyndham ALS to Richard Wyndham
[London] My dear Dick. First your Letter: Your "open diplomacy" (though if open it ceases thank god to be "diplomacy" - which is a game for fools

  64  
Lewis, Wyndham ALS to Richard Wyndham
[London] Dear Dick. With regard to the mild and reasonable nature of my reply to you yesterday, it has occurred to me

  64  
Lewis, Wyndham Envelope to Sydney Schiff
London; [Facing of envelope only, the rest torn off.]

  64  
Lewis, Wyndham ALS to Jessie Dismorr
[London] Dear Jessie. Miss S. tells me that your sister is better now - I am glad to hear.

  64  
Lewis, Wyndham ALS to Jessie Dismorr
[London] Dear Jessie. Your letter to hand - I will telephone tomorrow afternoon; [On blank envelope.]

  64  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[copy] to T. S. Eliot
London; Dear Eliot. As you suggested next week for this exceptional advance payment,

  64  
Lewis, Wyndham TL[copy] to Sydney Schiff
[n.p.] Dear Schiff : I realize that a game is being played, of course : but if you don't mind I will not join in.

  64  
Lewis, Wyndham TLS to T. S. Eliot
[London] Dear Eliot. As regards The Perfect Action: first of all the length: we computed you may remember that it came to seventeen thousand.

  64  
Lewis, Wyndham TL[copy] to I. P. Fassett
London; Dear Miss Fassett. Perhaps you have misunderstood Mr. Eliot; [Regarding "Criterion" publishing Lewis works.]

  64  
Lewis, Wyndham ALS to Olivia Shakespear
London; Dear Mrs. Shakespear. I have just been down to Bedfords to identify drawing and sign it,

  64  
Lewis, Wyndham TL[copy] to I. P. Fassett
London; Dear Miss Fassett. Thank you for your letter. - Have you the necessary information

  64  
Lewis, Wyndham ALS to Olivia Shakespear
London; Dear Mrs. Shakespear.Thank you very much for the cheque (received via Bedford) for 25[pounds]

  64  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft] to [Arthur] Waugh
London; Dear Mr. Waugh. Here is the complete Mss. of the book "The Man of the World":

  64  
Lewis, Wyndham TL & TL[fragment,copy] to T. S. Eliot
[London] Dear Eliot. Please take this letter as a food proof of my desire to stop you.

  64  
Lewis, Wyndham TL[copy] to Charles Whibley
[London] Dear Mr. Whibley. Eliot told me some time ago that he had shown you a Mss of mine,

  64  
Lewis, Wyndham ALS to Olivia Shakespear
London; Dear Mrs. Shakespear. I have a scheme which may or may not appeal to you.

  64  
Lewis, Wyndham ALS to Olivia Shakespear
London; Dear Mrs. Shakespear. (Excuse this paper - no better paper in house.) Thank you

  64  
Lewis, Wyndham TLS & TL[draft] to Ezra Pound & TL[copy] to Ethel Moorhead
London;

  64  
Lewis, Wyndham TLS, TL[draft], TL[fragment] & TL[copy] to Ezra Pound
[London] Dear E.P. I do not want a "Lewis number" or anything of that sort [With 1 photograph of first page of letter. One page used Pound's earlier letter to Lewis.]

  64  
Lewis, Wyndham ALS to Jessie Dismorr
[London] Dear Miss Dismorr. Would you like to add to your collection of drawings by you know who, who is poor.

  64  
Lewis, Wyndham ALS to Jessie Dismorr
[London] Dear Jessie I was sorry to hear of your loss. Can I be of any assistance to you?

  64  
Lewis, Wyndham TL[copy] to T. S. Eliot
London; Dear Eliot. What does this signify - two guineas in payment for reviews [3 different notes on one leaf, including Sept.15 & 30 & Oct.3]

  64  
Lewis, Wyndham TL[copy] to T. S. Eliot
London; Dear Eliot. On referring to your figures again, I find that 3.17.).[pounds] is given as money owed by me and not to me.

  64  
Lewis, Wyndham AL to Jessie Dismorr
[n.p.] My dear Jessie. Let me assure you from the depth of my heart that I would much rather not go

  64  
Lewis, Wyndham ALS to Olivia Shakespear
London; Dear Mrs. Shakespear. You will have been wondering why the drawings have not arrived.

  64  
Lewis, Wyndham ALS to Jessie Dismorr
[n.p.] Dear Jessie. As you seem to experience some difficulty in understanding what I mean,

  64  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[facsimile]S to Thomas Sturge Moore
London; Dear Moore. Almost immediately after receiving your letter I went to France

  64  
Lewis, Wyndham TL[copy] to T.S. Eliot
[London] Dear Eliot. When we met today I was extremely tired, having worked till very late

  64  
Lewis, Wyndham TL[copy] to T.S. Eliot
[London] Dear Eliot. I expect I shall hear from you tomorrow: but I am writing in case I should not,

  64  
Lewis, Wyndham TL[copy] to T.S. Eliot
[London] Dear Eliot. I expect I shall hear from you tomorrow: but I am writing in case I should not, [On same leaf is another TL[copy] to Eliot of March 23, 1926.]

  64  
Lewis, Wyndham TL[copy] to T. S. Eliot
London; Dear Eliot. What does this signify - two guineas in payment for reviews [3 different notes on one leaf, including Sept.15 & 30 & Oct.3]

  64  
Lewis, Wyndham TL[copy] to T. S. Eliot
London; My dear Eliot. No doubt your secretary will have given you my message, [4 different notes on one leaf, including March 7, 8, 16, and 21]

  64  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[facsimile]S to Thomas Sturge Moore
London; Dear Moore A book of mine, just published (The Art of Being Ruled) was sent off yesterday to your address

  64  
Lewis, Wyndham TL[copy] to T. S. Eliot
London; Dear Eliot I held the enclosed letter up a day to see if the fresh week would bring forth an answer from you.

  64  
Lewis, Wyndham ALS to Mr. Saxton
London; Dear Mr. Saxton. Here are a few notes for publicity purposes, giving a few details of my career up to date. [With Lewis' TM "Biographical Details" which is also in Box 3, Folder 17.]

  64  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[facsimile]S to Thomas Sturge Moore
London; Dear Moore. Thank you for your letter which has just reached me.

  64  
Lewis, Wyndham TL[copy] to T. S. Eliot
London; Dear Eliot I have just received the New Criterion, and was extremely glad to learn that you are recommending my book

  64  
Lewis, Wyndham TL[copy] to T. S. Eliot
London; Dear Eliot. I am glad to hear you will be able to do something for me. [With 4 TL[copy] to Eliot plus 1 [TL[fragment, copy]; Oct.8, Dec.11, 15, 26 and 1 undated fragment.]

  64  
Lewis, Wyndham ALS to Lady Waterhouse
[n.p.] Dear Lady Waterhouse. I wish to try and convey to you my thanks for your magnificent and [?] present.

  64  
Lewis, Wyndham ALS to Sir William Rothenstein
London; My dear Rothenstein. Very many thanks for your letter, with which I was very much pleased and flattered.

  64  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[facsimile]S to Thomas Sturge Moore
London; Dear Moore. I was very glad to hear that your first impression of "Time & Western Man" was favourable.

  64  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[facsimile]S to Thomas Sturge Moore
London; Dear Moore. On Saturday unfortunately I cannot come to dinner because I am broadcasting -

  64  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[facsimile,draft]S to Thomas Sturge Moore
London; Dear Moore. Thank you very much for your kind letter, and I am glad that a first glance

  64  
Lewis, Wyndham ALS[draft] to Sir Nicholas Waterhouse
[London] Dear Waterhouse. I have now received the bill from the printer, and it is much heavier than I had expected :

  64  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[facsimile]S to Thomas Sturge Moore
London; Dear Moore. Thank you for your letter, and I am indeed glad to hear that some mental qualification went with

  64  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[facsimile]S to Thomas Sturge Moore
London; Dear Moore. Thank you for your letter, and excuse the fact that this answer is so long overdue.

  64  
Lewis, Wyndham ALS to Sir William Rothenstein
London; Dear Rothenstein. Thank you for your card and I will ring you up in the following week instead.

  64  
Lewis, Wyndham TL to the Editor, Evening Standard
London; Dear Sir, In Mr. Arnold Bennett's very interesting notice last week of a publication of mine, he adopted an attitude

  64  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[facsimile]S to Thomas Sturge Moore
London; My dear Moore. I am sending you at the same time as this one of the advanced copyies given me of "Time & Western Man."

  64  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[facsimile]S to Thomas Sturge Moore
London; My dear Moore. Thank you very much for your letter. Its terms were

  64  
Lewis, Wyndham ASL to Alick Schepeler
[London] Dear Alick. Two minds with but one thought! As your letter arrived I was writing you.

  64  
Lewis, Wyndham ALS to Sir William Rothenstein
London; My dear Rothenstein. Very many thanks for your kind letter, which I have just received on my return from Paris.

  64  
Lewis, Wyndham ALS to Sir William Rothenstein
London; My dear Rothenstein. Very many thanks for your kind letter, to which I am only now replying,

  65  
1928-1930
  65  
Lewis, Wyndham ALS[draft] to Income Tax Bureau
[n.p.] Dear Sir I must apologize for the long delay in answering you but the facts re. "The Arthur Press" are as follows. [No address on envelope but "NOT SENT" written.]

  65  
Lewis, Wyndham ALS[draft] to David Garnett
[London] Dear Mr. Garnett. The edition of the New York Herald-Tribune Magazine Section wants "a gossipy article of 2.000 words"

  65  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft, fragment] to C. H. Prentice
[London] Dear Prentice, I have reread your letter of June 21st though I have still had no chance of looking agin at the agreement. [Not in Lewis' hand, may be A.J.A. Symons']

  65  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft] to Rupert Lee
[n.p.] Dear Sir. Two days ago I sent you a telegram to which I have received no reply.

  65  
Lewis, Wyndham ALS[draft] to Richard Wyndham
[n.p.] My dear Mr. Wyndham. If [?] told you that I was asked by the London group to contribute to their [Belo?] Exhibition

  65  
Lewis, Wyndham ALS[draft] to Richard Wyndham
[n.p.] Dear Wyndham. In the event of your wishing to dispose of my pictures I imagine you would put them up for sale

  65  
Lewis, Wyndham ALS[copy] to ? Brooks
[n.p.] Dear Mr. Brooks It was rather late when I left you yesterday and I had not time to write as arranged.

  65  
Lewis, Wyndham ALS[draft] to C.H. Prentice
[n.p.] Dear Prentice. I was too depressed last night to write you as the sort of thing I have to write [Re "Childermass" and Chatto & Windus]

  65  
Lewis, Wyndham ALS[draft] to C.H. Prentice
[n.p.] Dear Prentice. Thank you very much for your letter and it at least is something that you are so patient with my clumsy

  65  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[facsimile,postcard]S to Thomas Sturge Moore
[London] Dear Moore. I arrived yesterday on the "France" from New York -

  65  
Lewis, Wyndham ALS[draft] to C.H. Prentice
[London?] Dear Prentice. Thank you foryour letter and for what you have effected re the advances.

  65  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft] to Herbert George Wells
[London] Dear Mr. Wells. I am a [?] late with a book (which is supposed to appear this autumn)

  65  
Lewis, Wyndham ALS[draft] to William Butler Yeats
[London] Dear Yeats. Yesterday I showed my publisher her (Chatto) your letter and he thought it would be

  65  
Lewis, Wyndham ALS[draft] to William Butler Yeats
Munich; Dear Yeats. YOur letter has just reached me; I have been moving about a great deal during August.

  65  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[facsimile]S to Thomas Sturge Moore
Munich; My dear Moore. Your letter has reached me (via France & Spain). What you say about my book

  65  
Lewis, Wyndham ALS[draft] & TL[copy] to William Butler Yeats
[London] Dear Yeats. Thank you very much for permission to use the letter. The extract would as you say convey something different

  65  
Lewis, Wyndham ALS to Kenneth Marshall
London; Dear Mr. Marshall. Many thanks for your note which followed me to Germany and has just come.

  65  
Lewis, Wyndham ALS to Kenneth Marshall
London; Dear Mr. Marshall. I am glad you can come and suggest Wednesday (7th Nov) evening next.

  65  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[facsimile]S to Thomas Sturge Moore
London; My dear Moore. I have now got straight here in a sort of studio (at 53. Ossington Street)

  65  
Lewis, Wyndham ALS to Jessie Dismorr
London; Dear Jessie.Did I say to write to 33? This house, 53, if same street, is not quite in order yet

  65  
Lewis, Wyndham ALS to Jessie Dismorr
London; Dear Jessie. Very many thanks for the cheque for 30[pounds] which arrived in the course of the day -

  65  
Lewis, Wyndham ALS to Kenneth Marshall
London; Dear Mr. Marshall. Thank you very much for your letter and you seem to have done much reclame in the last week..

  65  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[postcard]S to Kenneth Marshall
London; I did not get your card in time to telephone I am sorry to say. -Tomorrow Thursday I am going out

  65  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[facsimile]S to Thomas Sturge Moore
London; Dear Moore. I found the "B[?] of the Air" after you had left & have sent it off.

  65  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[telegram] to Kenneth Marshall
London; Can you come after dinner about nine instead if that inconvenient make it aperitif six thirty.

  65  
Lewis, Wyndham ALS to Jessie Dismorr
London; Dear Jessie. What has occurred - you are not ill I hope? I waited for you till 7 this evening.

  65  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[postcard]S to Jessie Dismorr
London; I was sorry to hear of cold, I hope you are better. Unless I hear to conte. I shall expect you next Thursday about 5.

  65  
Lewis, Wyndham ALS to Richard Aldington
[n.p.] My dear Aldington. I am glad you thought the article would be useful. If I can do anything else; please let me know.

  65  
Lewis, Wyndham ALS to Kenneth Marshall
[London] I had done up packet of 12 (herewith) & was under the impression I had left them with housekeeper:

  65  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft] to C. H. Prentice
[London] Dear Prentice. Many thanks for your letter. I am glad to hear that the "Preface" is safe.

  65  
Lewis, Wyndham ALS[draft] & AL[draft] to Curtis Moffat
[London] Dear Moffat Your letter slightly distressed me. You said you know that you would tell me before [Slightly different versions.]

  65  
Lewis, Wyndham ALS to Jessie Dismorr
London; Dear Jessie. I hope the printing will be ready by Saturday but I don't want to hand it over till quite finished.

  65  
Lewis, Wyndham ALS to Jessie Dismorr
London; Dear Jessie. After all the picture will not be ready tomorrow I am sorry to say.

  65  
Lewis, Wyndham ALS to Sir Nicholas Waterhouse
[London] Dear Dorcher. I am very worried about the bank. [?] knows I have just paid fifty to the printer

  65  
Lewis, Wyndham ALS to Jessie Dismorr
London; Dear Jessie. On Monday I rose late, having gone to bed in the early hours:

  65  
Lewis, Wyndham ALS to Kenneth Marshall
London; Dear Mr. Marshall. Very many thanks for your letter. The reason for the delay with "Enemy no. 3" has been

  65  
Lewis, Wyndham ALS to A.J.A. Symons
London; My dear Symons. Some days ago I found a copy of the "Ideal Giant": but it is I am afraid the only one I have

  65  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[postcard]S to Kenneth Marshall
London; I am in bed with flu. Excuse me for not

  65  
Lewis, Wyndham ALS to Jessie Dismorr
London; Dear Dismorr Here is the 30 [pounds] in bank notes, receipt of which please acknowledge.

  65  
Lewis, Wyndham ALS to Kenneth Marshall
London; Dear Mr. Marshall. Here are the 25 copies of the circular. - I wonder if you have access to a directory of bookshops

  65  
Lewis, Wyndham ALS to Kenneth Marshall
London; Dear Mr. Marshall. Excuse the delay in answering your letter - I have been waiting to find if Saturday was clear

  65  
Lewis, Wyndham ALS to Kenneth Marshall
London; Dear Mr. Marshall. How about this and that? Can you meet me next week -

  65  
Lewis, Wyndham ALS to Kenneth Marshall
London; Dear Mr. Marshall. Let us meet & have a drink after your work

  65  
Lewis, Wyndham ALS to Kenneth Marshall
London; Dear Mr. Marshall. Very many thanks for so kindly sending me "Paper Houses": I would

  65  
Lewis, Wyndham ALS to Kenneth Marshall
London; Dear Mr. Marshall. Very many thanks for your letter. If you are free will you come to the ["Badiga"]

  65  
Lewis, Wyndham ALS + TL + TL[copy] to Curtis Moffat
London; Dear Moffat. This was about the time you spoke of opening your place - I have seen nothing about it

  65  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft] to S. G. Masters
[n.p.] Dear Sir. The manager of [Wm.] Miller & [Gelter?] was so good as to say, one [much?] ago, that he would take

  65  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft] + TL to Curtis Moffat
London; Dear Moffat. I have received your letter of a day or two ago. As to the card for your opening,

  65  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[facsimile]S to Thomas Sturge Moore
London; Dear Moore. At present I am in the middle of packing, I am moving my small library from one room to another

  65  
Lewis, Wyndham TLS to Messrs. Waterhouse
[n.p.] Deaer Sirs. Constables have placed me in a very awkward position in the matter of the fresh agreement [Waterhouse was the solicitor of Constable.]

  65  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft] to C. H. Prentice
[n.p.] Dear Prentice. Thank you for your letter regarding the "Apes of God".

  65  
Lewis, Wyndham ALS to Kenneth Marshall
Paddington; My dear Marshall Herewith the 2 circulars - 1 of "Apes of God", & 1 with cuttings from Paleface.

  65  
Lewis, Wyndham ALS to Kenneth Marshall
[London] Dear Marshall Herewith other 50 circulars.

  65  
Lewis, Wyndham ALS to Mr. Jackson
London; Dear Mr. Jackson I have printed too few circulars I fear & [until?] I get some more

  65  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft] to Lady Glenapp
[London] Dear Lady Glenapp. I am told that ou have been interested in the news that I am starting a Press,

  65  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft] to C. H. Prentice
London; Dear Prentice Very many thanks & I should be delighted to have dinner Thursday next

  65  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft] to Lady Glenapp
[London] Dear Lady Glenapp.Thank you very much for your letter. It's very good of you to say that you will see

  65  
Lewis, Wyndham ALS to Jessie Dismorr
London; Dear Jessie. I saw that you had subscribed for "Apes". Instead of my coming to Hampstead,

  65  
Lewis, Wyndham ALS to Kenneth Marshall
[London] Dear Marshall. I am glad to hear that you are getting a number of inquiries. "Enemy, No. 4" will not be ready

  65  
Lewis, Wyndham ALS to Newman Flower
[London] Dear Newman Flower. Thank you for your letter. I shall be at the gallery about 3.30 tomorrow afternoon

  65  
Lewis, Wyndham TL[copy] to [?] Murray
London; Dear Mr. Murray. Thank you for your letter - I have recovered the "Architectureal" Review from a person to whom

  65  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft, fragment] to "O.S."
[London] Dear O.S. Can you give me a cheque for 10 pounds in exchange for this dated the tenth (next week)?

  65  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft] to Hugh Gordon Porteus
[London] Dear Porteus. Your letter received: but I should like to say something. -

  65  
Lewis, Wyndham ALS to Richard Aldington
[n.p.] My dear Aldington. First, let me thank you for the excellent publicity you have given the "Apes of God"

  65  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft] & TL[copy] to Lady Glenapp
[London] Dear Lady Glenapp.I did not telephone on Tuesday as I had said I would

  65  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft] to Lady Glenapp
[n.p.] Dear Lady G. I have been expecting to hear from you daily. May I [confess?] to the very (slightest) pique

  65  
Lewis, Wyndham TL[facsimile]S to Thomas Sturge Moore
London; My dear Moore. Since we last met I have been all over the world - I am engaged on a trip

  65  
Lewis, Wyndham ALS to C. H. Prentice
London; Dear Prentice. I enclose the letter you sent me - I do not know Mr. Thomas, and surely the "Daily Mail"

  65  
Lewis, Wyndham ALS to C. H. Prentice
London; Dear Prentice. It was a very great pleasure seeing you last night and hearing what impression the "Apes" had

  65  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft to Lady Glenapp
[n.p.] Dear Lady Glenapp. I am glad to hear that you experience "certain feelings of delicacy" where the feelings of artists

  65  
Lewis, Wyndham ALS to Iris Barry
London; Dear Barry. Thank you for your letter. So far the novel you speak of has not turned up.

  65  
Lewis, Wyndham TL & TL[copy] to Iris Barry
London; Dear Barry. I have received your further letter. The endearments that you think fit to employ I confess disgust me,

  65  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft] & TL[copy] to Lady Glenapp
London; Dear Lady Glenapp. Thank you for your letter - yes, I noticed the "Spanish Lady" was missing,

  65  
Lewis, Wyndham TLS to Kenneth Marshall
London; Dear Marshall. Many thanks for your note. I hope to see you very soon now. You can tell me then what your friend

  65  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[facsimile] to Thomas Sturge Moore
London; My dear Moore. When I received your book, to which you referred as a "mi?"?], I was prostrate

  65  
Lewis, Wyndham TL to C. H. Prentice
[n.p.] Dear Prentice. Thank you very much for your letter. I am glad you think the final draught of "The Diabolical Principle" is good.

  65  
Lewis, Wyndham TL to C. H. Prentice
[n.p.] Dear Prentice. Thank you for your letter. Regarding "the Apes". If I speak without finishing at all you will I am sure [Marked "Not sent"]

  65  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft]S to Lady Glenapp
[n.p.] Dear Lady Glenapp. Thank you for your letter. I am glad to hear that you will be in my neighbourhood

  65  
Lewis, Wyndham TL to C. H. Prentice
[n.p.] Dear Prentice. Is your firm prepared to make an offer for "The Apes" -

  65  
Lewis, Wyndham TLS to Augustus John
London; My dear John. Many thanks for your letter and I am glad that "Satire & Fiction" pleased you.

  65  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft] to Sir Shane Leslie
[London] Dear Leslie. Thank you very much for your letter. What you say about "The Apes of God" gives me very

  65  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft] to Lord Glenapp
[London] I am back from Berlin. Any time tomorrow or succeeding days all right for me. [Looks to be for a telegram]

  65  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft]S to Lady Glenapp
London; Am working upon dress today. Can you sit for head tomorrow morning twelve, daylight essential. [For a telegram]

  65  
Lewis, Wyndham ALS to C.H. Prentice
London; Dear Prentice. Many thanks for your letter. I am glad to hear that the "Preface" is safe. It is an essential part of the book, [Another copy of this is in folder 30.]

  65  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft]S to Lord Glenapp
[n.p.] Dear Lord Glenapp. The portrait of your wife is now finished, and the result is I think very satisfactory.

  65  
Lewis, Wyndham TL[copy] to Lady Glenapp
London; Dear Lady Glenapp. The portrait is now finished, and, when you see it I think you will agree,

  65  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft]S to Lady Glenapp
[n.p.]; Dear Lady Glenapp. The portrait is now finished, and, when you see it I think you will agree,

  65  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[facsimile]S to Thomas Sturge Moore
London; Dear Moore. Thank you very much for your letter: I too have had a bad spell of influenza.

  65  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft]S to Lady Glenapp
[n.p.]; Dear Lady Glenapp. Thank you for your letter. It is a pity you are so busy but I quite understand,

  65  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[facsimile]S to Thomas Sturge Moore
London; My dear Moore. Thank you for your card of last week. Let me know when you are better.

  65  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[facsimile]S to Thomas Sturge Moore
London; Dear Moore. Next Wednesday would suit me very well - shall I expect you about 5?

  65  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft] to Lady Glenapp
Berlin; Dear Lady Glenapp. I am sorry I was not there when you wanted the portrait last week

  65  
Lewis, Wyndham TL[copy] to Lord Glenapp
[London] Lord Glenapp. I am back from Berlin any time tomorrow or succeeding days all right for me.

  65  
Lewis, Wyndham TL[copy] to Lord Glenapp
[London] Lord Glenapp. I am back from Berlin any time tomorrow or succeeding days all right for me.

  65  
Lewis, Wyndham ALS to Lord Glenapp
London; Dear Lord G. This note merely to say I shall be away tomorrow (Sunday), but back on Monday.

  65  
Lewis, Wyndham TL[copy] to Lady Cholmondeley
[n.p.] Dear Lady Cholmondeley. I have just been to a doctor and he has advised me to go to bed -

  65  
Lewis, Wyndham ALS to [Unknown]
[n.p.] Thank you very much for your letter. - It is gastric flu'.

  65  
Lewis, Wyndham TL[fragment] to Nancy Cunard
[London] Dear Nancy. Here is a rough agreement regarding "The Roaring Queen," outlined in this way

  66  
1931-1933
  66  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft] to C.H. Prentice
[n.p.] Dear Prentice. At last I am settled for a week or so after having moved incessantly about for some time.

  66  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft, fragment]S to [Unknown]
[n.p.] ... and might have more success than I have had. I remember that when I was over there the people you mentioned

  66  
Lewis, Wyndham ALS to C. H. Prentice
London; Dear Prentice. There was a matter I intended to montion today, but forgot: namely the little book

  66  
Lewis, Wyndham ALS to Kenneth Marshall
[n.p.] Dear Marshall. This note is only to say that I have 100 word review of the British Lional

  66  
Lewis, Wyndham ALS[copy] to Desmond Flower
[n.p.] Dear Mr. Desmond Flower. Here is the agreement: if that is agreeable to you, I suggest that Clause I

  66  
Lewis, Wyndham ALS to Kenneth Marshall
[London] My bank rather disagreeable & getting a new one. Tell Zwemmer to hold that cheque

  66  
Lewis, Wyndham ALS to Unknown
[London] Dear Sirs. Here is the "Introduction" to the "Doom of Youth" -

  66  
Lewis, Wyndham ALS to Coburn Gilman
Washington, D.C.; My dear Gilman. I have to stop here over week-end for 2 or 3 functions -

  66  
Lewis, Wyndham ALS to Coburn Gilman
Cambridge, MA; Dear Gilman. On Saturday I am being given a farewell dinner here & on Sunday shall be in N.Y.

  66  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft] to Unknown
[n.p.] Dear Sirs. I have your 'statement of claim' regarding the action of Chatto & Windus. I should be glad at once

  66  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft] to H. D. Barnes
[n.p.] Dear Barnes. I send this to you, not to Bath, because of course it is with you & have always

  66  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft] to H. D. Barnes
[n.p.] Dear Barnes. The fantastic interpretations put upon my references to him in the "Doom of Youth",

  66  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft] & TL[copy] to H. D. Barnes
[London] Dear Mr. Barnes. Thank you for your letter received this minute. - of course I will supply Messrs Chatto

  66  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft] to Chatto & Windus
[n.p.] In reply to a letter from Mr. Prentice threatening to circularize any publications in London,

  66  
Lewis, Wyndham TL[copy] to Neuman Flower
[n.p.] Dear Neuman Flower. I have what is from my standpoint an extremely serious matter to open up with you

  66  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft] to Winifred Henderson
[London] My dear Henderson. After p. 11 there is no display type, or anything complicated or requiring

  66  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft] to C. H. Prentice
[n.p.] Dear Prentice.You say you do not wish to "squabble", but you introduce into your letter statements

  66  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft] to C. H. Prentice
[n.p.] Dear Prentice. Your letter of the 6th inst. is only in keeping with your treacherous attitude

  66  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft] to C. H. Prentice
[n.p.] Dear Prentice. I may be very stupid but I do not quite understand yet what you want.

  66  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft] to C. H. Prentice
[n.p.] Dear Prentice. I am writing you this letter lest at some future time, you should say you did not know

  66  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft] to C. H. Prentice
[n.p.] Dear Prentice. When you wrote to me on June 2, I was puzzled at first for I knew that nothing

  66  
Lewis, Wyndham ALS to Desmond Flower
[London] Dear Desmond Flower. Very many thanks for your letter. I shall appear with complete mss. within a few days.

  66  
Lewis, Wyndham ALS to Coburn Gilman
London; Dear Gilman. I don't even know what the date is! - since seeing you I have been shut up in a spell of work

  66  
Lewis, Wyndham TL[copy] to Ezra Pound
[n.p.] Dear Ezra. Your letter to hand. Very well. But give me some details. What books will you discuss?

  66  
Lewis, Wyndham ALS to Desmond Flower
[London] Dear Desmond Flower. I have miscalculated again, and still have a few pages to do.

  66  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft]S to Chatto & Windus
[n.p.] Dear Sirs. Here is the corrected proof of the "Doom of Youth". It has been delayed because

  66  
Lewis, Wyndham TLS to C. H. Prentice
[n.p.] Dear Prentice. I am sending back the proofs of the "Doom of Youth" herewith. I am sorry they have

  66  
Lewis, Wyndham ALS to Coburn Gilman
[London] My dear Gilman. I am writing this in very great haste to get the "Majestic" mail, so that you should get my letter

  66  
Lewis, Wyndham ALS to Desmond Flower
[n.p.] Dear Desmond Flower. Upon returning home tonight I have received rather bad news & it is more than ever

  66  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft] & TL[draft] to Roy Campbell
London; My dear Campbell. I enjoyed my visit to Martiques very much. But it was too much overshadowed by SNOOTY.

  66  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft]S & TL[copy] to C. H. Prentice
London; Dear Prentice. I am just back from France and have your two notes. In your absence your firm wrote me,

  66  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft] to Desmond Flower
[London] Dear Mr. Flower. Here are (1) the alterations in text of "Snooty Baronet" & (2) a rough blurb or material for a blurb,

  66  
Lewis, Wyndham ALS to Coburn Gilman
[London] Dear Gilman. Thank you for cable & I was delighted to hear you liked "Snooty". (Thank you also for

  66  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft] to Winifred Henderson
[n.p.] My dear H. Thank you for your letter. It is regards the major issue - an important one to me,

  66  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft] to Winifred Henderson
[London] Dear Henderson. Here is the letter I said I would write and you answer - I will pen the answer

  66  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft] to Winifred Henderson
[London] Dear Henderson. I have received today proofs of "The En. of the Stars" up to p. 17 (as numbered by printer)

  66  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft] & AL[copy] to Winifred Henderson
[London] My dear old Hen!* All I want you to do is to have typed out what you wrote me re. proof-corrections

  66  
Lewis, Wyndham ALS to Winifred Henderson
London; My dear Henderson. I telephoned printers this morning (Harrow Road) and they told me that you had stopped

  66  
Lewis, Wyndham ALS to Winifred Henderson
[London] My dear Henderson. After p. 11 there is no display type or any departure from (1) the

  66  
Lewis, Wyndham TL[draft]S to Mrs. Winifred Henderson
[London] My dear Mrs. H. I have now completed the En. of the Stars, & am sending the remainder

  66  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft]S to Desmond Harmsworth
[London] My dear Harmsworth. Thank you for your letter - but there seems to be about the question of proofs

  66  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft]S to Desmond Flower
[London] Dear Desmond Flower. Your message just arrived - that did not matter at all,

  66  
Lewis, Wyndham TL & TL[craft]S to C. H. Prentice
London; Dear Prentice. You say you do not wish to "squabble", but you introduce into your lette [Draft in folder 17]

  66  
Lewis, Wyndham ALS to Coburn Gilman
[London] My dear Gilman. I sent you a cable some days ago & today (Saturday) received one from you,

  66  
Lewis, Wyndham ALS to Desmond Flower
[London] My dear Desmond Flower. Thank you for your letter. Could you & your wife come & drink a cocktail

  66  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft] to C. H. Prentice
[London] Dear Prentice. Thank you for your letter & the enclosure. I feel that under the circumstances it would be

  66  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft] & TL[draft] & TL[draft] to Unknown Legal Firm
London; I am in receipt of your letter, sent on to me by Chatto and Windus. My answer to your demand for an apology

  66  
Lewis, Wyndham TLS to Chatto & Windus (C. H. Prentice)
London; Dear Prentice. When you wrote me on June 21st I was puzzled at first, for I knew that nothing [Another copy in folder 21]

  66  
Lewis, Wyndham TL to C. H. Prentice
[London] Dear Prentice. When you wrote to me on June 2nd I was puzzled at first for I know [Lengthened version of folder 48 and 21. With signed handwritten note (to secretary?)]

  66  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft]S to C. H. Prentice
[London] Dear Prentice. In your first letter (June 21) you said "The easiest way out of the

  66  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft] & TL[draft] & TL[draft] & TL[draft, fragment] to C. H. Prentice
[London] I was glad to hear from my lawyer that your firm

  66  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft] to [?] Barnes
[London] This morning you forwarded me a letter from Martiman which stated

  66  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft] & TL[draft]S to C. H. Prentice
London; Dear Prentice. On Saturday afternoon - that is to say after my soliciter's office

  66  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft] to H. D. Barnes
[London] Dear Mr. Barnes. I saw J. B. Priestley today and he told me that his agent,

  66  
Lewis, Wyndham TL[copy] to H. D. Barnes
London; Dear Mr. Barnes. On Saturday afternoon I was informed by J. B. Priestley that his agent [Variant of folder 54]

  66  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft] & TLS to H. D. Barnes
London; Dear Mr. Barnes. I was mildly astonished to hear that no affidavit had so far

  66  
Lewis, Wyndham TLS to H. D. Barnes
London; Dear Mr. Barnes. The enclosed may be useful to you - not of course to pass on

  66  
Lewis, Wyndham ALS to Coburn Gilman
London; My dear Gilman. Thank you very much for your last letter and your continued interest

  66  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft]S to Neuman Flower
[n.p.] Dear Neuman Flower. I was sorry to hear that you had a feverish cold,

  66  
Lewis, Wyndham ALS to Coburn Gilman
[London] My dear Gilman. Thank you very much for your letter and for the cuttings

  66  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[facsimile]S to Thomas Sturge Moore
London; My dear Moore. Thank you for your letter & I was very glad to hear that "Snooty"

  66  
Lewis, Wyndham ALS to Sir William Rotherstein
London; My dear Rothenstein. Very many thanks for your letter and I am indeed glad

  66  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft] to H.D. Barnes
[n.p.] Dear Barnes. Thank you for your letter in reply to mine and excuse me

  66  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft] to Walker, Martineau & Co.
[London] Dear Sirs. In the [course of?] correspondence will your client, Mr. Prentice, of Chatto [On verso of Walker, Martineau & Co. letter to Lewis, Nov.28, 1932.]

  66  
Lewis, Wyndham ALS to Desmond Flower
[London] Dear D. F. I have got here all right but have forgotten the MSS! so I have to go back

  66  
Lewis, Wyndham ALS to Coburn Gilman
London; Dear Gilman. I am sorry to say that for 2 months off & on I have ill -

  66  
Lewis, Wyndham TL[draft]S to Graham Smith
London; Dear Mr. Graham Smith. Very many thanks for your 2 letters - I had not yet answered No.1. because

  66  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft] to Graham Smith
London; Dear Mr. Graham Smith. Very many thanks for your 2 letters - I had not yet answered No.1. because [Handwritten version of folder 67.]

  66  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft]S & TLS to Sydney Schiff
London; My dear Schiff. Thank you very much indeed for the cheque for twenty-five pounds - it is at this moment

  66  
Lewis, Wyndham TL[facsimile] to "Time and Tide"
[n.p.] Sir,--Having been given the opportunity of reading Mr. Sean O'Casey's stor, "I Wanna Woman," I can only

  66  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft] & TLS to Graham Smith
London; My dear Mr. Graham Smith. Very many thanks for your notes, and excuse my delay in replying. I have not been

  66  
Lewis, Wyndham ALS to Desmond Flower
[London] Dear Desmond Flower. If arranging anything with John Rothenstein & wife, do not omit to make your wife

  66  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft] to Sir Nicholas Waterhouse
[n.p.] My dear Docker. How are you? August nearly over, & from a back room in Bayswater I have watched

  66  
Lewis, Wyndham ALS to Geoffrey Grigson
[n.p.] Dear Grigson. I send you a copy of a letter I am sending (in reply to one of his) to Mr. Gillian Roberts -

  66  
Lewis, Wyndham ALS to Geoffrey Grigson
London; My dear Grigson. I have been ill - Naomi Mitchison told you I expect - & so been moving about a good deal

  66  
Lewis, Wyndham ALS to Geoffrey Grigson
[London] Dear Grigson. Wednesday of next week (1.30 "Horse Shoe") will be fine.

  66  
Lewis, Wyndham ALS to Coburn Gilman
[London] Dear Gilman. Many thanks foryour letter & the two copies of "American Review". - I got well again a long time ago

  66  
Lewis, Wyndham TLS to Geoffrey Grigson
London; My dear Grigson. I have just read your review in today's Morning Post - the first to appear as far as I know

  66  
Lewis, Wyndham ALS to Geoffrey Grigson
London; Dear Grigson. Many thanks for the ["Serutimes?]. I shall study them attentively and embody the result

  66  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[facsimile]S to Thomas Sturge Moore
London; Dear Moore. I was sorry that we could do no more than exchange few whispered words the other day

  66  
Lewis, Wyndham TLS to Mr. Clapham
[London] Dear Mr. Clapham. As I have heard nothing I assume you have not so far succeeded in letting the room.

  67  
1934-1936
  67  
Lewis, Wyndham TL[copy] to [?] Evans
[London] Dear Mr. Evans. I am once more laid on my back by a chill which has taken the form of a mild cystitus.

  67  
Lewis, Wyndham ALS to Desmond Flower
[London] Dear Desmond Flower. I have been intending to come round for some days past.

  67  
Lewis, Wyndham ALS to Geoffrey Grigson
[London] Dear Grigson. Thank you very much - I will be delighted to come to dinner on Wednesday next 7.30.

  67  
Lewis, Wyndham ALS to Geoffrey Grigson
[London] Dear Grigson. I should like to have a little chat tomorrow (Saturday). Would it be possible for you to come here

  67  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft] to Rupert Grayson
[n.p.] My dear Grayson. I have to go away (only for a day or so) tomorrow, and so cannot come to the conference.

  67  
Lewis, Wyndham ALS to Stuart Gilbert
London; My dear Gilbert. Did I give you my address? At all events, here it is, and I hope if you ever come to London

  67  
Lewis, Wyndham ALS to Geoffrey Grigson
London; Dear Grigson. I have been in foreign parts over the New Year. This just to get in touch again

  67  
Lewis, Wyndham ALS to Geoffrey Grigson
London; Dear Grigson.A hitch occurred in my moving-in - a question of heating, its rather a damp place.

  67  
Lewis, Wyndham ALS to Stuart Gilbert
London; My dear Stuart Gilbert - Very many thanks for speaking to Wegener about "Snooty Baronet" -

  67  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[facsimile]S to Thomas Sturge Moore
London; My dear Moore. Thank you very much for your last letter - I have been away in foreign parts over the New Year,

  67  
Lewis, Wyndham ALS to Geoffrey Grigson
London; Dear Grigson. I have only just got your note - I shall be at my studio from 9.15 onwards on Wednesday next.

  67  
Lewis, Wyndham ALS to Geoffrey Grigson
London; Dear Grigson.Will 9.30 suit you? My secret address is 21. Chilworth Street. Please avoid mentioning it to anyone

  67  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft]S & TLS to Rupert Grayson
[n.p.] Dear Grayson. I have heard nothing from you or your firm - until today - since the occasion when, at your urgent request,

  67  
Lewis, Wyndham ALS to Geoffrey Grigson
London; My dear Grigson. Here is the proof of the poem you gave me - thank you very much for letting me see it.

  67  
Lewis, Wyndham ALS to Sir Nicholas Waterhouse
London; Dear Docker. Here I am once more in the nursing home - it is an emergency, as on Sunday I began having

  67  
Lewis, Wyndham ALS to Desmond Flower
[London] My dear Flower. Symons I daresay has told you : I fell ill 2 1/2 weeks ago, was taken off at midnight to a nursing home,

  67  
Lewis, Wyndham ALS to Geoffrey Grigson
London; My dear Grigson. Thank you very much indeed for your exceedingly kind letter, which gave the greatest pleasure.

  67  
Lewis, Wyndham ALS to Geoffrey Grigson
London; My dear Grigson. Your letter has cheered up my invalid state a great deal - it was awfully good of you to write it

  67  
Lewis, Wyndham ALS to Stuart Gilbert
London; Dear Gilbert. For over six weeks I have been in this nursing home. I have had an operation - now am convalescent

  67  
Lewis, Wyndham ALS to Desmond Flower
[London] Dear Desmond Flower. I must apologize very much for not having sent you proofs. The fact is, the post-operational

  67  
Lewis, Wyndham ALS to Geoffrey Grigson
London; My dear Grigson. At last I am able to announce my departure from this house of detention - I leave this week-end.

  67  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft] to Richard Aldington
[London] My dear Aldington. I feel I ought not to impose in your extreme generosity : and yet, the cheque for fifteen pounds

  67  
Lewis, Wyndham ALS to Stuart Gilbert
[London] Dear Stuart Gilbert. Thank you very much for handing "Snooty Baronet" to Wagener - I hope he will like it,

  67  
Lewis, Wyndham ALS to Geoffrey Grigson
[London] Dear Grigson. Two minds with but one inpulse! - an authentic case of telepathy. For, a few minutes after telephoning

  67  
Lewis, Wyndham ALS to Desmond Flower
[London] My dear Flower. The proofs will be all in your hands this week. I will explain the delay to you later.

  67  
Lewis, Wyndham TL[draft]S to Sir Nicholas Waterhouse
London; Dear Docker. It was very good indeed of you send me the ten-pound cheque. As to what you say, obviously I

  67  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[copy] to Roy Campbell
London; Dear Campbell. I bought your book the other day - I have been reading it and to be in touch with you again,

  67  
Lewis, Wyndham ALS to Geoffrey Grigson
London; Dear Grigson. Is this too late? I will ring you up in a day or two as I should like to see you if you are here.

  67  
Lewis, Wyndham ALS to Desmond Flower
[London] Dear Desmond Flower. I'm sorry thee title can't be changed to "Literary Barrons" too, but if things have gone

  67  
Lewis, Wyndham ALS to Desmond Flower
[London] Dear Desmond Flower. (1) I enclose a set of "bookplates", fifteen pieces in all, of which eight are original [Plus list of original drawings; plus list of other designs.]

  67  
Lewis, Wyndham ALS to Geoffrey Grigson
London; Dear Grigson. Excuse me for not writing earlier - I have been moving out of one house into another

  67  
Lewis, Wyndham ALS to Geoffrey Grigson
London; Dear Grigson. I have four or five things at Swemmer's I should like you to see (one would photograph better,

  67  
Lewis, Wyndham ALS to Geoffrey Grigson
London; Dear Grigson. What arrangement did we make? I have been beside myself for the last few days. Can you meet me

  67  
Lewis, Wyndham ALS to Desmond Flower
[London] Dear Flower. Very many thanks for your letter & for the drawings. - I should be uncommonly obliged

  67  
Lewis, Wyndham ALS to Geoffrey Grigson
London; Dear Grigson. Would it be convenient to hand me back the drawings tomorrow - meeting perhaps at [Greme?] Street

  67  
Lewis, Wyndham ALS to Desmond Flower
[London] Dear Desmond Flower. A reminder - Please try and get hold of Hubsch before he dances away again.

  67  
Lewis, Wyndham ALS to Geoffrey Grigson
London; Dear Grigson. Have you any particular evenings that are of over these others : could you come round some

  67  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft]S to Sidney Russ
London; My dear Russ. I cannot do anything more in this letter except say how enormously I appreciated your great kindness

  67  
Lewis, Wyndham ALS & TL[copy] to [Gillian?] Roberts
Dear Mr. Roberts. Thank you for your letter. It is an unaccustomed honor for me to be included in "an anthology"

  67  
Lewis, Wyndham TL[copy] to Sir Nicholas Waterhouse
London; My deaar Docker. Thank you for your letter. I will, if I do not encroach too much upon your time, make a few remarks

  67  
Lewis, Wyndham ALS to Jessie Dismorr
London; My dear Jessie.Thank you for your letter. I should be delighted to meet your young friend, Roger [Rosykter?]

  67  
Lewis, Wyndham ALS to Jessie Dismorr
[London] My dear Jessie. Come, if you can, at 4.30 instead of 5 tomorrow. If it is impossible to get hold of R. R.

  67  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft] to Desmond Flower
[London] Dear Flower. As regards Zwemmer's poster : I feel that the act of good will on the part of a bookseller

  67  
Lewis, Wyndham ALS to Geoffrey Grigson
London; Dear Grigson. Thank you for your splendid review of "Men Without Art". - Did you see old Edith on Sunday

  67  
Lewis, Wyndham TL[copy] to Desmond Flower
London; Dear Flower.Thank you for the cards. Here is a short list to send to. I was extremely glad to hear that the books

  67  
Lewis, Wyndham TL[copy] to Desmond Flower
London; Dear Flower.I had not time to answer your note last night re the novel. The fact is that my position is one of

  67  
Lewis, Wyndham TL[draft]S + TL[draft] + TL [draft, fragment] to Editor of the "Spectator"
Sir. The reiterated statement, in a book-review (namely that of Oct 19th, by Mr. Stephen Spender) that the literary criticism

  67  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft] & TL[copy] to Desmond Flower
London; Dear Flower. I learn that a complete portrait gallery of "authors, past and present," is to form part of the Sunday Times

  67  
Lewis, Wyndham ALS to Sir William Rothernstein
London; My dear Rotherstein. I ws delighted to hear from the young man in charge of the arrangements that you were

  67  
Lewis, Wyndham ALS to Geoffrey Grigson
London; Dear Grigson. Can you come to a very small cocktail meeting here, on Wednesday of next week [Invitation to meeting included.]

  67  
Lewis, Wyndham TLS to Graham Smith
London; Dear Graham Smith. Your letter re. the debts that have accumulated during my two year illness has reached me.

  67  
Lewis, Wyndham TLS to [?] Saunders
London; Dear Miss Saunders. Thank you for your letter - to which I have just cabled a reply.

  67  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[telegram] to Geoffrey Grigson
London; Want Sitwell book for few hours shall be in all day till six chilworth or could meet halfway

  67  
Lewis, Wyndham ALS to Geoffrey Grigson
London; My dear Grigson. It was very annoying that the "Post" would not let you reveiw the Sitwell book.

  67  
Lewis, Wyndham TL[copy]S to [?] Hastings
London; Dear Hastings. I have not so far heard from my fellow-guest of the delightful lunch we had

  67  
Lewis, Wyndham ALS to Geoffrey Grigson
London; My dear Grigson. Did you see a review in the "Times Litt. Sup." about Murry & myself?

  67  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft] to Desmond Flower
[London] Dear Flower. I enclose a carbon copy of my last letter, lest it should have gone astray,

  67  
Lewis, Wyndham ALS to Geoffrey Grigson
[London] My dear Grigson. What day did we say for a cup of tea? I have forgotten but think it was next week.

  67  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft]S to Editor, The New Statesman
[London] Sir. People who live in glass-houses invariably throw stones, that is a law of nature:

  67  
Lewis, Wyndham ALS to Geoffrey Grigson
London; My dear Grigson. Congratulations on the "New Verse" handling of the Sitwell girl!

  67  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft]S to Sir Nicholas Waterhouse
London; My dear Docker. It is many a long day since we met. I missed you by a 1/4 hour

  67  
Lewis, Wyndham A:[draft] to John Russ
[n.p.] Dear Russ. Health is returning; and today I gave the signal for action to my agent, [Bronk's?].

  67  
Lewis, Wyndham TL[fragment] to Desmond Flower
London; Dear Desmond Flower. To return to the subject of the novel. As you know, somewhere

  67  
Lewis, Wyndham ALS to Stuart Gilbert
[London] My dear Stuart Gilbert. If I do not write this mere not, I feel I shall never get a letter written to you at all,

  67  
Lewis, Wyndham ALS to Stuart Gilbert
[London] My dear Stuart Gilbert. I wish I could manage to get over this weekend but it is impossible.

  67  
Lewis, Wyndham TLS to Sir Nicholas Waterhouse
London; Dear Docker. As you foresaw, Mauve cannot bear the thought of being painted.

  67  
Lewis, Wyndham TL[fragment] to Richard Aldington
London; My dear Aldington. A brief not only today, to say I have received your letter and am delighted

  67  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft] to Sidney Russ
[n.p.] My dear Russ. Thank you very much for your letter and for the extremely generous suggestions

  67  
Lewis, Wyndham ALS to Desmond Flower
[London] My dear Flower. Thank you for your letter and cheque. I had not forgotten the 50 [pounds]

  67  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft]S to Desmond Flower
London; My dear Flower. I saw Symons yesterday. This morning I hear from him to this effect -

  67  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft] to Desmond Flower
London; My dear D. F. What a bloody thing it is that I have to be sitting down and writing you all this.

  67  
Lewis, Wyndham ALS to Geoffrey Grigson
London; My dear Grigson. Since last seeing you I have been in great retirement, very hard at work.

  67  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft]S to A. J. A. Symons
[London] My dear A. J. My little book (which is called "False [Bitterness?] is almost finished. [On verso is the Draft of letter sent Nov.17, 1935 in folder 67.]

  67  
Lewis, Wyndham ALS to Geoffrey Grigson
London; Dear Grigson. Could you manage to come here tomorrow (Friday)? I have had a touch of 'flu'

  67  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft] to Desmond Flower
London; Dear Flower. Thank you for your letter. "Frankly you don't know" what is happening to my book :

  67  
Lewis, Wyndham ALS to Geoffrey Grigson
London; My dear Grigson. If a certain Jones writes you, making you a certain proposition,

  67  
Lewis, Wyndham TL[copy] to Desmond Flower
[London] Dear Flower. It was with considerable surprise that I received this morning a letter from A. J. A. Symons,

  67  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft] to Desmond Flower
London; Dear Flower. As I said in my letter to you of May 6, I must ask you to attend to my letters

  67  
Lewis, Wyndham TL[copy] to A. J. A. Symons
London; Dear A. J. It is of course extremely kind of you to come forward and offer to negotiate for Cassells

  67  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft] to Desmond Flower
London; My dear Flower. For the last week or so I have been moving about, or I would have communicated with you

  67  
Lewis, Wyndham ALS to Geoffrey Grigson
London; My dear Grigson. I should very much like to see you. But I am going away (for a few days only I think)

  67  
Lewis, Wyndham TL[copy] & TL[copy] to T. S. Eliot
[n.p.] Dear Eliot. Please hang on to that cheque till I get out of this place and have time to turn around :

  67  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft] to Sir Nicholas Waterhouse
[London] Dear Docker. I am out! And I must write dispatch to thank you for the cheque

  67  
Lewis, Wyndham ALS to Geoffrey Grigson
[London] Dear Grigson. I am glad to hear that that has passed off without disagreeable incidents.

  67  
Lewis, Wyndham ALS to Stuart Gilbert
[London] My dear Stuart Gilbert. I must apologize very much for so long delaying my answer to your letter.

  67  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft] & TL[draft] & TL[draft] to Desmond Flower
London; Dear Mr. Flower. The week during which your letter arrived I was undergoing an operation.

  67  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft] & TL[copy] to [Unknown]
London; Dear Sirs. You have I hope duly received my various communications - I shall have to ask you,

  67  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft]S to Desmond Flower
London; Dear Mr. Flower. I have been moving about and it took some days for your letter to reach me :

  67  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft] to Oliver Brown
London; Dear Brown. A blood vessel will burst in my big toe it economic tension does not terminate.

  67  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft] to Desmond Flower
[London] Dear Flower.Now that at last Cassells are you tell me, proceding with the publication of my book,

  67  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft] to Wren Howard
[London] Dear Wren Howard. Do I understand you to say that you accuse me of doing something I have not done,

  67  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft] to Wren Howard
[London] Dear Wren Howard. Your letter (of Nov. ---) has just arrived. I am if anything more astonished and puzzled

  67  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft] to Wren Howard
[London] Dear Wren Howard. If your first letter astonished me, you second letter astonished me even more.

  67  
Lewis, Wyndham TLS to [Unknown]
London; Dear Sir. Very well: if you say to us "Either I will write to your guarantor and call in the guarantee,

  68  
1937-1939
  68  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[facsimile]S
[London] Dear Moore. My address is 29.A. Kensington Gardents Studies. Notting Hill Gate (High Street). W.11.

  68  
Lewis, Wyndham ALS to Stuart Gilbert
London; My dear Stuart Gilbert. First I will wish yourself & your wife a not too bloody New Year:

  68  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft] & TLS[copy] to Oliver Brown
London; Dear Brown. Something should be done about this deadlock. Where there's a will there's a way.

  68  
Lewis, Wyndham ALS to Sir William Rothenstein
[London] Dear Rothenstein. Of course I should be delighted to sit. But first of all I have to get my own pencil

  68  
Lewis, Wyndham ALS to Sir William Rothenstein
London; Dear Rothenstein. Thank you for your letter. I should have explained a bit, I see. You are mistaken about B. & Phillips.

  68  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft]S to Lloyd's Bank, Manager
London; Dear Sir. In the course of this week I shall be attending to the matter about which you wrote

  68  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft]S to Lovat Dickinson
London; Dear Lovat Dickson. I write with reference to the copy of Mr. Rubinsteins letter of March 19th,

  68  
Lewis, Wyndham
Number skipped in sequence.

  68  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft] to Wren Howard
[London] Dear Wren Howard. You will have understood that if I have not dealt with your letter sooner,

  68  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft]S to ? Brooks
[n.p.] Dear Brooks. You have asked me to leave the Morrow business to you,

  68  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft] to ? Brooks
[London] Dear Brooks. My letter was of course a business letter to Heath & Co., [Written on verso of I. W. Ramsay to Lewis, Oct.6, 1937 regarding invitation for lecture to Imperial College Literary and Debating Society.]

  68  
Lewis, Wyndham TL[copy] to Eyre & Spottiswood
[London] Dear Sir, I have to thank you for a fairly offensive letter dated Nov.4. Here is something you

  68  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft] to Douglas Jerrold
[London] Dear Jerrold. It is most [?] that you do not intend to advertise my book

  68  
Lewis, Wyndham TL[copy] to Douglas Jerrold
London; Dear Jerrold. I am sorry you should have seen no way but to depart from the path of strict veracity.

  68  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft] to Douglas Jerrold
[London] Dear Jerrold. I am now free to attend to other matters than my Show.

  68  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft, fragment] to Douglas Jerrold
[London] Dear Jerrold. What is this new tomfoolery? In reply to my telegraphed request for the figures of sales

  68  
Lewis, Wyndham ALS to Desmond Flower
[London] Dear Desmond F. We are now, as you will see, neighbors almost. Will you drop up on your way hom some day?

  68  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[facsimile]S to Thomas Sturge Moore
London; Dear Moore. In the midst of the [?] I lost you the other day

  68  
Lewis, Wyndham ALS to Sir William Rothenstein
London; Dear Rothenstein. I am sorry we had no opportunity of talking properly,

  68  
Lewis, Wyndham ALS to Sir William Rothenstein
London; Dear Rothenstein. Thank you for your letter. When I was in the Gallery today I was told

  68  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft] to Sir John Rothenstein
[London] Dear Rothenstein. The show has been open a week today: the situation up to date is that our

  68  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft]S to Richard Wyndham
London; Dear Wyndham. I should like to see the photographs and could meet you same place on Tursday (1.15?) [Written on verso of AL[draft] to Edward Wadsworth, Dec.11, 1937]

  68  
Lewis, Wyndham ALS to Geoffrey Grigson
London; Dear Grigson. My letters of acknowledgement have now all gone (to those who signed the "Times" letter [With TL[draft] letter to the Times Editor signed by 20 notables regarding Lewis, and the same letter in print.]

  68  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft] to Mrs. Gilbert
[n.p.] Dear Mrs. Gilbert. Thank you for letter and Gilbert for his and please forgive me for this long delay

  68  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft] to the Editor, ?
[London] Sir. I have not in my life had very much to to with the Press.But in my recent experience,

  68  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft]S to I. W. May
[London] Cable received delighted Eliot portrait goin Durban stop Please cable payment

  68  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft]S to Naomi Mitchison
[London] Dear Naomi. The last few weeks has been [?able]. The criminal lunatics who having [?] the "false values"

  68  
Lewis, Wyndham TLS to Oswald, Hickson, Collier & Co.
London; Dear Sirs. The very odd communication which you have forwarded me is, I suppose, some kind of joke.

  68  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft]S to [Unknown]
[London] Dear Sirs. My uncle, Mr. George Lewis, was, a long time ago, the president of the Bell, Lewis and Yates Coal

  68  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft] to Dr. Brodfuhrer
[London] Dear Dr. Brodfuhrer. I am in receipt of your letter of April 1 and also of a cheque

  68  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft] to [?] Moras
[London] Dear Moras. Thank you for your very friendly and informative letter.

  68  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft] to the Gas, Light, & Coke Co.
[London] Sir. You haven't vouchsafed an answer to my letters.

  68  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft] to the London Telephone Company
[London] Dear Sir. I must apologize for not having answered your letter before.

  68  
Lewis, Wyndham TL[draft]S to Editor, Daily Telegraph
[London] Sir. I must, with your leave, reply to the remarks of the Royal Academy spokesman,

  68  
Lewis, Wyndham TL[copy] to the Editor, The London Times
London; Sir. Sir William Nicholson's solicitude regarding my O.M. does him great credit.

  68  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft] & TL[copy] to [Henry Ware?] Eliot
Dear Eliot. We met, you may remember, a long time ago. I am now sending you

  68  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft] to Captain Talliffe
[London] Dear Captain Talliffe. I was reminded yesterday you [o?] which, in the revolution

  68  
Lewis, Wyndham TLS to News Editor, The Sunday Dispatch
London; Sir. In my recent experience with the Press, in connection with my portrait

  68  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft] & TLS[copy] to Oliver Brown
London; Dear Brown. I have only now found time to attend to the accounts of our

  68  
Lewis, Wyndham TL[copy] to Oliver Brown
London; Dear Brown. Your letter amazes me. I was not aware, that it was incumbant on me

  68  
Lewis, Wyndham TLS to T. S. Eliot
London; Dear Eliot. I have not heard from Spencer. As, I think you told me, he was only

  68  
Lewis, Wyndham ALS to Sir William Rothenstein
London; My dear Rothenstein. Thank you for your letter. I was delighted to hear

  68  
Lewis, Wyndham TLS to Sir John Rothenstein
Moved to folder 67.5 as date was corrected.

  68  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft]S to Robert Hale
[London] Dear Hale. Your secretary read out on the telephone to me this afternoon a letter

  68  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft]S to Sir William Rothenstein
London; My dear Rothenstein. So I have also to thank you for the sale of the Eliot

  68  
Lewis, Wyndham ALS to Sir William Rothenstein
London; My dear Rothenstein. So I have also to thank you for the sale of the Eliot

  68  
Lewis, Wyndham ALS to Sir William Rothenstein
London; My dear Rothenstein. It gave me very great pleasure to hear that you had likes

  68  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft] to Dr. Brodführer
[London] Dear Dr. Brodführer. Thank you for your letter. I had not realised that

  68  
Lewis, Wyndham ALS to Sir John Rothenstein
London; Dear Rothenstein. Enclosed article - I have a copy for "Mercury" so do not trouble

  68  
Lewis, Wyndham TL[draft] to R. A. Scott-James
London; Dear Scott-James. I have your letter. - Your letter is, as you quite well know,

  68  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft] & TL[copy] to R. A. Scott-James
London; Dear Scott-James. I am sending you a copy, by registered post, of my reply

  68  
Lewis, Wyndham TLS to Sir William Rothenstein
London; Dear Rothenstein. Thank you very much for your letter. As regards "Tarr", I wish that

  68  
Lewis, Wyndham ALS to Sir William Rothenstein
London; Dear Rothenstein. Forgive my delay in answering your letter. I have been submerged

  68  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft]S to Iris Barry
[Buffalo] Dear I. B. From Abbott you will have heard of my presence in states.

  68  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft, telegram] to [R. Affleck Greeves]
[Toronto] Glasses you prescribed mislaid in packing. Visited Toronto doctor.

  68  
Lewis, Wyndham ALS to Sir John Rothenstein
[Buffalo] Dear Rothenstein. This place is round the corner: 4 minutes walk. I have my picture here

  68  
Lewis, Wyndham ALS to Sir William Rothenstein
London; Dear Rothenstein. Your son John has the only copy of the article. When you get it, we can discuss details

  68  
Lewis, Wyndham ALS to Sir William Rothenstein
[London] Dear Rothenstein

  68  
Lewis, Wyndham ALS to Sir William Rothenstein
[London] Dear Rothenstein. I shall be here this week - I fit in not too much

  68  
Lewis, Wyndham ALS Sir William Rothenstein
London; Dear Rothenstein. For "Men & Memories" 1872-1909 & 1900-1922 the most sincere thanks.

  68  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft]S & TL[copy] to Peter Davies
London; Dear Mr. Davies. I am in receipt of your letter and account for printers corrections.

  68  
Lewis, Wyndham TL[copy] to Robert Hale
London; My dear Hale. The novel is going along grandly - and we want for it no gratiutous obstructions.

  68  
Lewis, Wyndham ALS to Sir William Rothenstein
[London] Dear Rothenstein. I was in the Tate this afternoon & went to have another look at the "Carlyle"

  68  
Lewis, Wyndham ALS to Sir John Rothenstein
[London] Dear Rothenstein. The Sun Engraving Co. have sent me advance sheets of the "P. Past" for next week.

  68  
Lewis, Wyndham ALS to Sir William Rothenstein
London; Dear Rothenstein. Your letter about my book was very welcome and as is always the case it is from you

  68  
Lewis, Wyndham ALS to Sir John Rothenstein
London; Dear Rothenstein. I am sorry to have to bother you again about the 100 [pounds] for the Ezra;

  68  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft] to Naomi Mitchison
[London] Dear Naomi. What a filthy period we live in. My bank has stopped down on my credit

  68  
Lewis, Wyndham AL & TL to [Unknown]
[London] Dear Sirs. I am in receipt of your letter, with enclosure, and I have never heard of "Mr. H. S. Ashton"

  68  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft], TL[draft]S & TL & TL to Mr. Brown
London; Dear Mr. Brown. Your information on Monday (contained in the letter you handed me) and the fact that I was unable

  68  
Lewis, Wyndham TLS to Sir John Rothenstein
London; Dear Rothenstein. I want a holiday badly - to get out of this economic inferno for a short while

  68  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft] & TL[copy] to Nancy Pearn
London; Dear Miss Pearn. I am writing directly to you as I understand that Mr. Higham is on holiday,

  68  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft] & TL[copy] to R. Tinniswood
London; Dear Sir. I am in receipt of your letter. I noted that when this account was about to fall due

  68  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft] to T. J. Honeyman
Toronto; Dear Honeyman. As I had to vacate London, I thought I might as well get over to New York

  68  
Lewis, Wyndham ALS to [Unknown]
Buffalo; Dear Sir. I am the son of Charles E. Lewis (brother of George H. Lewis, of the Bell Lewis & Yeats Coalmining Co.

  68  
Lewis, Wyndham TL[fragment] to Basil Taylor
Toronto; Dear Mr. Taylor. Thank you for your cable. I will as you suggest contact Random House in N.Y.

  68  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft] to T. J. Honeyman
Buffalo; Dear Honeyman. Your letter of Sept 13 has just reached me, forwarded from Toronto, for which very many thanks.

  68  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft] to T. J. Honeyman
[Buffalo] My dear Honeyman. Thank you very much for getting the money cabled: and I am sorry that I had to bother you

  68  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft] to U.S. Customs
[n.p.] Dear Sirs. I enclose herewith a money order, for sixteen dollars, being the head tax for two persons

  68  
Lewis, Wyndham TLS to U.S. Customs
[n.p.] Dear Sirs. I enclose herewith a money order, for sixteen dollars, being the head tax for two persons

  68  
Lewis, Wyndham TL[telegram] to Sir John Rothenstein
Buffalo; Address Hotel Stuyvesant Buffalo NY. Hope we may meet Drop line above.

  68  
Lewis, Wyndham ALS to Sir John Rothenstein
Buffalo; Dear Rothenstein. Thank you for your letter: & I am sorry to say we shall not meet here

  68  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft] to Mrs. John Rothenstein
[New York] Dear Mrs. Rothenstein. I should love to spend Christmas in Kentucky. But it is a long journey

  68  
Lewis, Wyndham TL[telegram] to Sir John Rothenstein
Toronto; Toronto sorry missed you here hope we contact New York.

  68  
Lewis, Wyndham TL[telegram] to Sir John Rothenstein
Buffalo; Remaining Buffalo Hotel Stuyvesant few days when do you arrive.

  68  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft] and TL[copy] to John Crowe Ransom
Buffalo; My dear Mr. Ransome. I have been moving about lately - mainly Canada : and your letter has just overtaken me [ On AL[draft] is another AL[draft] to Mr. Button.]

  68  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft] to Mr. Button
New York; Dear Mr. Button. New York is engulfing me for short while. As I may be moving from that hotel, [On same AL to a second AL[draft] to Miss Ethel Lewis]

  68  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft] to Mr. Cummins
New York; Dear Mr. Cummins. Our mutual friend Ezra enjoined me to get in touch with you, [On same AL to a second AL[draft] to W.L. McDermott. Plus a photo of the leaf.]

  68  
Lewis, Wyndham TLS to Sir John Rothenstein
New York; Dear Rothenstein. New York is all electrified Christmas-trees but in spite of Father Christmas I have gone to work

  68  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft] to Sir John Rothenstein
New York; Dear Rothenstein. New York is all electrified Christmas-trees but in spite of Father Christmas I have gone to work [With two other AL[drafts] to Mr. Ransome and J.M. Dent & Son. Plus 2 photographs of the leaf.]

  68  
Lewis, Wyndham TLS to Mrs. John Rothenstein
New York; Dear Mrs. Rothenstein.I should love to spend Christmas in Kentucky. But it is a long journey [Typed copy of draft in folder 79.]

  69  
1940-July 1941
  69  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft] to [Unknown]
[Toronto?] I have been asked to do some drawings or paintings, etc. I understand I have to be vouched for [not in Lewis' hand]

  69  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[facsimile, draft] to T. S. Eliot
[London] My dear Eliot. Can I see you in your office (10-15 minutes) very soon?

  69  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft] to T.S. Eliot
[London] My dear Eliot. Can I see you in your office (10-15 minutes) very soon? [On verso of leaf is AL[draft] to Editor, "Contact"]

  69  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft] to David Kahma
[London] Dear Kahma. I have written you a long letter - but I have lost it! Just at this moment I cannot write

  69  
Lewis, Wyndham TL[copy] to Hugh Kenner
London; Dear Mr. Kenner. I must apolgise for having delayed so long answering your letter. Health proccupations

  69  
Lewis, Wyndham ALS[draft, telegram] to Malcolm MacDonald
[Toronto?] Proposed coming Ottawa tomorrow night. Hope to be able to see you

  69  
Lewis, Wyndham ALS[draft] to Malcolm MacDonald
[Toronto?] Very much regret have again to postpone journey as a result of exposure during fire.

  69  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft] to Geoffrey Stone
[Toronto?] My dear Stone. Very many congratulations upon Authoring (though why Mr. Eden should be selected

  69  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft] to Geoffrey Stone
[Toronto?] Dear Stone. Thank you for the postcard which arrived yesterday. (By the way

  69  
Lewis, Wyndham TLS to Basil Taylor
[London] My dear Taylor. I have blamed myself for a long time now for not having at once returned you the book

  69  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft] to Malcolm MacDonald
[Toronto?] Dear Mr. MacDonald. Yesterday while I was packing my suitcase my wife fainted. Hence my telegram

  69  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft, facsimile] to Edward Wadsworth
[n.p.] My dear Wadsworth. I was delighted to hear that the pictures pleased you. As regards artists and what they feel

  69  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft] to Henry T. Volkening
[n.p.] Dear Mr. Volkening. Is "How Green was my ValleY' or "The Corn is Green" anti- anything but a system that requires overhauling

  69  
Lewis, Wyndham TL[copy, fragment] to [Unknown}
[n.p.] ... Carnegie appointment? The latter is certainly my first choice. And once more I want to say how sincerely

  69  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft] to [Unknown]
[New York?] Dear Sir. It is now the manner, not the matter, of my article about which you affect to feel so strongly

  69  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[fragment, draft] to [Unknown]
[n.p.] You informed me was to be expected has recurred. The new diirector of Information is I am told one of the better

  69  
Lewis, Wyndham TL[fragment] to [J.M. Dent?]
Toronto; ... difficult mss. to handle - not more so than a review-article. Again, this is to fully authorize you

  69  
Lewis, Wyndham TL[draft] to James Laughlin
New York; Dear Mr. Laughlin. Many thanks for your note and I shall look forward to seeing you

  69  
Lewis, Wyndham ALS to Sir John Rothenstein
New York; Dear Rothenstein. I am back in New York. What was the name of the agent who attended to your lecture

  69  
Lewis, Wyndham TL[copy] to [?] Collins
New York; My dear Mr. Collins. I can see no valid reason whatever why you should continue to withold the chque

  69  
Lewis, Wyndham ALS to Sir John Rothenstein
New York; Dear Rothenstein. Excuse please the delay in answering : I have been away in Washington..

  69  
Lewis, Wyndham TL[copy] to Miss Moir
New York; Dear Miss Moir. I have just had a telephone conversation with Mr. Slocum which I find very worrying,

  69  
Lewis, Wyndham TL[copy] to Alfred Barr, Jr.
New York; Dear Mr. Barr. Thank you for your letter, which I have just received. I was sorry to learn

  69  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft] to Robert Hale
[New York] Dear Hale. At last we are in touch - your letter of March 27 is just to hand. When I arrived here

  69  
Lewis, Wyndham TL[draft] to Editor, The New Republic
[New York] Sir. The first instalment of angry letters gets us nowhere. In your April Fool number I announce the

  69  
Lewis, Wyndham TLS to Registrar's Office, Philadelphia
[New York] Dear Sir. I am anxious to obtain information regarding the birth of a certain Charles Edward Lewis, [With reply from Registrar's Office on 2nd leaf.]

  69  
Lewis, Wyndham ALS to [Registrar's Office, Philadelphia?]
[New York] Dear Sir. Enclosed is application form, duly filled in (all but date of death, of which I am uncertain,

  69  
Lewis, Wyndham TL[copy] to Colston Leigh
London; Dear Mr. Colston Leigh. It is along time since I wrote you. Did my letter by any chance not reach you?

  69  
Lewis, Wyndham TL[copy] to Leonard Amster
[Sag Harbor,NY] Dear Mr. Amster. Difficulties have prevented me from getting this to you before. "The Childermas"

  69  
Lewis, Wyndham TL[copy] to Mr. Soskin [Howell & Soskin]
Sag Harbor, NY; Dear Soskin. I have just received your note, and the Morrow enclosures. Nothing of course can be done

  69  
Lewis, Wyndham TL[copy] to the U.S. Dept. of Labor Immigration & Naturalization
[New York?] Dear Sir: I wish to establish my American citizenship. The following are the main points at issue:

  69  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft] to [U.S. Immigration Office?]
[New York?] Dear Sirs. I am in receipt of your letter of date Sept 25, informing me that you require a renewal

  69  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft] to [U.S. Immigration Office?]
Dear Sirs. In New York on Monday I discovered that it was necesssary to obtain a new passport,

  69  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft] to James Johnson Sweeney
[New York] Dear Sweeny. You asked me I believe to let you know how I got on with my work

  69  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft] to [Iris] Barry
[New York] Dear Barry. I have now been for nearly twelve months in New York & i's neighbourhood

  69  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft] & TL[copy]S to Frank Morley
New York; My dear Morley. When first I came to New York and we had lunch together, you said something

  69  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft] to [Iris] Barry
[New York] Dear Barry. You will have heard that Mr. Barr telephoned me today (when I came to the Museum

  69  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft] to [?] Button
Toronto; Dear Mr. Button. Here is the "Who's Who" for Wyndham Lewis. It was completed by a young disciple of mine:

  69  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft] to [J.S.] McLean
Toronto; Dear Mr. McLean. I am in touch for a while - for some days I shall be at the above address [On same leaf a second draft to Terrance W. L. MacDermott, same date, with photostat.]

  69  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft]S to Sir Noel Coward
[Toronto] My dear Coward. I have just arrived here in Canada - my "permet de sejour" for the U.S.A. having expired.

  69  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft] to William F. Hoffman
[Toronto] My dear Mr. Hoffman. I have reached my destination: Geoffrey Stone will have conveyed to you my thanks,

  69  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft]S to John Slocum
Toronto; Dear Slocum. I really don't know what to say about all this. It would be an extrememly serious matter

  69  
Lewis, Wyndham TL[draft] to Terence W. L. MacDermot
[Toronto] Dear MacDermott. Now back from Ottawa. I believe that I made certain arrangements there

  69  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft] to Robert Wilberforce
[Toronto] Dear Wilberforce. Your letter dated 6/11/40 has just reached me. It is indeed bad luck that I missed

  69  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft]S & TL to H. O. McCurry
Toronto; Dear McCurry. Here is the first half of a talk or lecture. It is really an answer to "Why Art?" - the recurrent question.

  69  
Lewis, Wyndham TL[draft] to Alfred Barr Jr.
Toronto; Dear Mr. Barr. I had to leave New York precipitately and since then have been travelling about.

  69  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft] to Geoffrey Stone
Toronto; Dear Stone. For the first time since our arrival I now have a chance of establishing myself.

  69  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft, fragment] to [Unknown?]
[Toronto] ... It is obvious that the [fees?] assigned for "resident artists" by the Carnegie would be adequate,

  69  
Lewis, Wyndham TL[draft] to [Unknown?]
[Toronto] Dear Madam. It may be that Dr. Pierce is away, so I am addressing this letter to you. - I want to make quite

  69  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft] to Sir Gerald Campbell
[Toronto] Dear Sir. The proposal in Mr. Foster's letter this morning that I should do a "facctual" article on "Canada's war effort"

  69  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft] to Sir Gerald Campbell
[Toronto] Dear Sir.Enclosed is a pamphlet published this week by the Ryerson Press here in Toronto.

  69  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft] to Sir James Dunn
[Toronto] Dear Sir James Dunn. A letter from Mr. J. S. McLean has just reached me, in which he asks me to get

  69  
Lewis, Wyndham ALS to G. Anne Lewis
Ottowa; My dearest Putschlwutschl! Have been to wyzing hither & thither this morning. It is now 1/4 to 1 & before

  69  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft, telegram] to I. W. May
[Toronto] Answer mailed to your just arrived. Thanks information suggest explore chances university appointment art

  69  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft]S to T. S. Eliot
[Toronto] Dear Eliot. The bearer of this note, Douglas Le Pan, is a young man who left Harvard a month or so ago,

  69  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft] to Lorne Pierce
[Toronto] Dear Mr. Pierce. Let me say to start with how glad I am that "The Vulgar Streak" is liked by you.

  69  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft] to Lorne Pierce
[Toronto?] Dear Dr. Pierce. An hour or so ago I received the page-proofs, and am immediately returning them to you.

  69  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft] to Lorne Pierce
[Toronto] Dear Dr. Pierce. On Friday I [?sent sic] you by registered mail, the mss. you will be sending it to be set up today

  69  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft, telegram] to Lorne Pierce
[Toronto] Telegraphed you Wednesday What is happening. Did corrected proofs arrive last week or not.

  69  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft, telegram] to Lorne Pierce
[Toronto] Sorry must refuse allow deletion of word anglosaxony

  69  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft] to Iris Barry
[Toronto] Dear Barry. Thank you for your letter. It is irritating that I cannot get an answer out of Mr. Barr.

  69  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft] to Iris Barry
[Toronto] Dear Barry. Thank you for your letter. It would be of no profit to me, you will readily understand -

  69  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft] to Iris Barry
[Toronto] Dear Barry. Mr. Barr has suddenly answered my letter of a couple of months ago. I write to one member

  69  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft] to Iris Barry
[Toronto] Dear Barry. With unwonted, and a little alarming, swiftness Mr. Barr has answered my letter to you.

  69  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft] to Henry T. Volkening
Toronto; Dear Volkening. I am in receipt of your letter and have not got the mss. through the customs.

  69  
Lewis, Wyndham TL[copy] to U.S. Consul, Toronto
Toronto; Dear Sir. I learn that men from your office have again visited Thomas Cooks. The reason that I have not

  69  
Lewis, Wyndham TL[copy, fragment] to Augustus John
Toronto; Dear John. How are you getting on? For eighteen months I have been in the land of the Yankees.

  69  
Lewis, Wyndham TL[copy]S to Augustus John
Toronto; Dear John. How are you getting on? For eighteen months I have been in the land of the Yankees.

  69  
Lewis, Wyndham TL[copyS to A. Zwemmer
Toronto; Dear Zwemmer. How are you? I heard a short while ago from Mrs. Sainsbury (who is here) that her husband

  69  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft] to Mrs. Giffiths, Librarian
Montreal; Dear Madam. Lest any other communications intended for me should find their way, for whatever reason,

  69  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft] to Lorne Pierce
[Montreal] My dear Dr. Pierce. First let me thank you for your elegram and for arranging to get off the proofs

  69  
Lewis, Wyndham ALS to G. Anne Lewis
Ottawa; Dear Poochums. I got off the proofs to Toronto - worked until close on midnight (copying out took longer)

  69  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft] to Lorne Pierce
[Montreal] My dear Dr. Pierce. First: "A League that Works"! It is rather like forcing Augustus John to wear a top-hat

  69  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft] to J. S. McLean
[Montreal] Dear Mr. McLean. Your letter of June 3 has only just reached me. For the

  69  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft] & TL[copy] to Lorne Pierce
[Montreal] Dear Dr. Pierce. Nothing has reached me so far (except your letter this morning) so now I shall not have

  69  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft] to Lorne Pierce
[Montreal] Dear Dr. Pierce. As the publication date for the pamphlet is now not far off, a few things have to be considered.

  69  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft] to Leonard Brockington
Toronto; Dear Mr. Brockington. Here is the pamphlet I promised you in the note I sent round while in Ottawa.

  69  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft] to Lorne Pierce
[Toronto] Dear Dr. Pierce. Instead of sending off "Anglosaxony" at once to England, I am correcting it into a full-length book.

  69  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft] to Robert Wilberforce
[Toronto] Dear Mr. Wilberforce. A pamphlet is enclosed with this letter, which you may care to add to your arsenal

  69  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft] to J. Grierson
[Toronto] Dear Grierson. Enclosed is a pamphlet, just published here in Toronto - Democracy, I know, is not your pigeon

  69  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft] to Archibald MacLeish
[Toronto] Dear MacLeish. Enclosed is a pamphlet, published here this week, for English publication

  69  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft] to William E. Gladstone Murray
[Toronto] My dear Mr. Gladston Murray. Enclosed is the pamphlet I was telling you about, published this week in Toronto.

  69  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft] to B. K. Sandwell
[Toronto] Dear Mr. Sandwell. Just a note to say I am putting into shape two articles which I think you will like,

  69  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft] & TL[draft] to Sir James Dunn
Toronto; Dear Sir James Dunn. Thank you for your letter of June 23rd which has just been forwarded me. - I came down here

  69  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft] and TLS to J. S. McLean
Toronto; Dear Mr. McLean. Early in September I shall be returning to England. - Certain arrangements have to be made,

  69  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft] to Robert Wilberforce
[Toronto] Dear Mr. Wilberforce. It was extremely kind of you to write to Sir Gerald Campbell about me:

  69  
Lewis, Wyndham TL to Sir Gerald Campbell
Toronto; Dear Sir. The proposal in Mr. Foster's letter this morning that I should do a "factual" article on "Canada's War Effort" [The draft of this letter is in folder 49, box 69.]

  69  
Lewis, Wyndham TL[draft] to Alex Jackson
[Toronto] Dear Jackson. I want to thank you really very profoundly for your consistent kindness and cordiality to me

  69  
Lewis, Wyndham TL[copy] to Felix Giovanellli
London; My dear Geo. A letter of compaint! - For Jeezus sake refrain from dumping on me the idiot cuttings E.P. forwards

  69  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft] to Leonard Brockington
[Toronto] Dear Mr. Brockington. For a few days I have been up in Montreal and found your letter on my return.

  69  
Lewis, Wyndham TL[draft] to Thomas Sturge Moore
Toronto; Dear Moore. Here is an attempt to reach you with a note; but since I do not know if you still live at Will Walk,

  69  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft] to Lorne Pierce
[Toronto] My dear Dr. Pierce. Excuse me for not answering your letter yesterday, but I was rushing about all day,

  69  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft] to [?] Foster
[Toronto] Dear Mr. Foster. I thought it better to get you an article written, which I now enclose, rather than send you

  70  
August-December 1941
  70  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft] to [?] Foster
[Toronto] Dear Mr. Foster. Thank you very much for your letter, and I was pleased and encouraged to hear that Sir Gerald

  70  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft] to J. S. McLean
[Toronto] Dear Mr. McLean. Before he left I saw A. J. Jackson and he had a notion which I think might be

  70  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft] to [?] Foster
[Toronto] Dear Mr. Foster. Thank you for your letter. I will see if I can find out anything about "Canada's War Effort,"

  70  
Lewis, Wyndham TL[copy] to [?] Foster
[Toronto] Dear Mr. Foster. By the same post I am sending a letter to Sir Gerald Campbell. Since this will, I assume,

  70  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft] & TL[copy] to Robert Hale
Toronto; Dear Hale. I forget what I said to you in my last letter. But as far as I can recall it was not much -

  70  
Lewis, Wyndham TL[draft] & TL[copy] to Sir James Dunn
Toronto; Dear Sir James Dunn. I gave you a call at the end of last week but found you were no longer at Port Credit.

  70  
Lewis, Wyndham TL[draft] & TL[copy] to Leonard Brockington
Toronto; Dear Mr. Brockington. I return to the charge! - but with a different objective this time.

  70  
Lewis, Wyndham ALS[draft] to A.J.A. Symons
Toronto; Dear Symons. After a long stay in the States I am here - in this blasted ice-box.

  70  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft] & TLS to Lorne Pierce
Toronto; Dear Dr. Pierce. Six or seven weeks ago, introduced by you, I communicated with Mr. Sandwell,

  70  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft] & TLS to Lorne Pierce
Toronto; Dear Dr. Pierce. As quite at the beginning of our acquaintance I informed you that my reception in Toronto,

  70  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft] to Miss Christophorides
[Toronto] Dear Miss Cristophorides. Your telegram has just arrived. The various arrangements I had to make

  70  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft] to Miss Christophorides
[Toronto] Dear Miss Cristophorides. Thank you for your letters which I have just received. I have got my working glasses,

  70  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft] to Miss Christophorides
[Toronto] Dear Miss Cristophorides. I have just dispatched a letter by hand to Mr. Hepburn (he did not call up

  70  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft] to Mitchell F. Hepburn
[Toronto] Dear Mr. Hepburn. Sir James Dunn suggested I advise you of my return, upon reaching Toronto.

  70  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft] & TLS to I.W. May
Toronto; Dear Dr. May. I have been working over here in America since the start of the war:

  70  
Lewis, Wyndham ALS[draft] to Geoffrey Stone
[Toronto] Dear Stone. Please excuse my long delay in communicating - I am back as you see in this godforsaken city

  70  
Lewis, Wyndham TL[draft] to Naomi Mitchson
[Toronto] Dear Naomi. To start with, I hope you are well, that you have been able to get some work done,

  70  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft] to Alfred Barr, Jr.
[Toronto] My dear Mr. Barr. If New York is brutal and Babylonian, in this place it is as if someone were sitting on your [cheek?]

  70  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft] to Florence Lamont
[Toronto] Dear Mrs. Lamont. You will remember when I was in New York 18 months ago we discussed the prospects

  70  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft] to [?]
[Toronto] Dear Sirs. A letter has just reached me from my London publisher Robert Hale, who is publishing in October

  70  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft] & TLS to Lorne Pierce
[Toronto] Dear Dr. Pierce. Today I saw a copy of "Saturday Night." As usual there is no sign in the Contents of my

  70  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft] to Geoffrey Stone
[Toronto] Dear Stone. Whether I have been framed, or whether it is something else, I don't know.

  70  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft] to Lorne Pierce
[Toronto] Dear Dr. Pierce. TThere is a hiatus in my painting activity - I am waiting here in Toronto for a personnage

  70  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft] to Lorne Pierce
[Toronto] Dear Dr. Pierce. I am very pleased to hear that your cold did not develop into anything serious

  70  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft] & TLS to Frank Morley
Toronto; My dear Morley. For some time one of my eyes has been running down hill, until indeed I can scarcely see

  70  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft] to Lorne Pierce
[Toronto] Dear Dr. Pierce. I was sent back here post-haste from the Maritime Provinces (this is in confidence)

  70  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft] & AL[draft] to Alfred Barr, Jr.
[Toronto] Dear Barr. Many thanks for your kind letter. A helping hand from you, in the matter of some small appointment

  70  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft] to [Iris] Barry
[Toronto] Dear Barry. My left eye was injured when I was round fifteen years old and has never been very good.

  70  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft] to Florence Lamont
[Toronto] Dear Mrs. Lamont. Thank you very much for your very kind letter and I am ashamed to say I had confused

  70  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft] to Lorne Pierce
[Toronto] Dear Dr. Pierce. Here is the drawing - it is I think so successful that it is best not to bother about No. 1

  70  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft] to Miss Christophorides
[Toronto] My dear Miss Christophorides. A few hours ago somebody rang me up, who told me that she was the secretary

  70  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft] to Lorne Pierce
[Toronto] Dear Dr. Pierce. A half an hours ago the secretary of the Speaker (Miss Pritchett) rang me up.

  70  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft] to Lorne Pierce
[Toronto] Dear Dr. Pierce. It was very kind of you to accomodate me in the matter of the cheque for thirty dollars,

  70  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft] to James Johnson Sweeney
[Toronto] Dear Sweeney. The other day - it was as a matter of fact 5 or 6 weeks ago - I had an unpleasant surprise.

  70  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft, facsimile] to [?] Hitchcock
[Toronto] Dear Mr. Hitchcock. Enclosed is a copy of the "Vulgar Streak," and I shall inform Robert Hale that I have sent it

  70  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft] to Acting Editor, Saturday Night
[Toronto] Dear Sir. I should to bextremely obliged if you would send me a cheque for my article. My arrangement

  70  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft] to Frank Morley
[Toronto] Dear Morley. The other day I had a very unpleasant surprise. For twenty years I had worn the same glasses,

  70  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft] & TL[fragment] to Florence Lamont
Toronto; Dear Mrs. Lamont. Your letter and enclosure have just reached me and I cannot tell you how grateful I am

  70  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft] to Archibald MacLeish
[Toronto] Dear McLeish. I have an ambition, and you might be able tohelp me realize it. I dearly long to be a "resident artist"

  70  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft] to Iris Barry
[Toronto] Dear Barry. Thank you for your letter and I was very sorry to hear about Abbott.

  70  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft] to John Crowe Ransom
[Toronto] My dear Mr. Ransom. Since last corresponding with you I have been, first, living in Long Island

  70  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft, fragment] to Iris Barry
[Toronto] Dear Barry. Thank you very much for the cheque for fifty dollars; and it is very good news that this book

  70  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft] to Alfred Barr, Jr.
[Toronto] Dear Mr. Barr. I was very glad to hear, when you called me today, that you would like to acquire a few drawings

  70  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft] to Alfred Barr, Jr.
[Toronto; Dear Barr. In my letter a short while ago I told you I wanted to get a job of some kind.

  70  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft]S to Iris Barry
Toronto; My dear Barry. I suppose, as I have not heard from you, that the publisher who was reading the mss. last week-end

  70  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[fragment] to Cass Canfield
[Toronto] My dear Canfield. Since seeing you last in New York, I have been - after my year in N.Y. & its neighborhood

  70  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft] to Lord Carlow
[Toronto] Dear Carlow. I was glad to get your letter from Lisbon. It mus indeed have been a queer feeling to travel

  70  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft] to Montreal Gas & Light Co.
Toronto; Dear Sir. I am in receipt of your letter of Oct. 30, demanding 40 [pounds?] for a bill for electricity

  70  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft] to Iris Barry
[Toronto] Dear Barry. My letters probably seem just a lot of words to you. Hard-up - hell, aren't we all hard-up?

  70  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft] to Leonard Brockington
Toronto; Dear Mr. Brockington. Some time ago I sent you a letter and enclosed two pages of a coloured supplement

  70  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft] & TL[copy] to Archibald MacLeish
Toronto; Dear MacLeish. I have just received your letter and am extremely grateful to you for having spoken to Mr. Paul Douglass,

  70  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft] to Joseph Alsop
[Toronto] Dear Mr. Alsop. Thank you so much for so very kindly giving me news of your (I assume) son's whereabouts

  70  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft] & TL[copy] to Robert Hale
Toronto; Dear Hale. I should have written you before but have been much occupied and have waited for a relatively quiet spell.

  70  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft] to Iris Barry
[Toronto] Dear Barry. Heartfelt thanks for the postal order for thirty dollars. That fixes things for a week anyway

  70  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft] to Florence Lamont
[Toronto] Dear Mrs. Lamont. Your letter just received, and it is awfully good to you to keep me in your mind in this way.

  70  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft] to Alfred Barr, Jr.
[Toronto] Dear Barr. I really can't thank you enough for taking all this trouble. Let us hope that the proposal

  70  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft, fragment] to James Johnson Sweeney
[Toronto] My dear Sweeney. It was very cheering to get your kind letter. All that you said about a job was of course depressing:

  70  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft] to Leonard Brockington
[Toronto] Dear Mr. Brockington. Thank you very much for so kindly returning me the cuttings from "Picture Post".

  70  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft] to James Johnson Sweeney
[Toronto] My dear Sweeney. It was very cheering to get your kind letter. Cheering, I mean, simply to hear from you,

  70  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft] to Edmund Wilson
[Toronto] Dear Wilson. Since seeing you in New York I have been living up in this sanctimonius ice-box - my visitors

  70  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft] to Luther H. Evans
[Toronto] Dear Mr. Evans. Thank you very much for your note and for having passed on the information about Mr. Dollard

  70  
Lewis, Wyndham ALS[draft] to Iris Barry
Toronto; Dear Barry. I have given a man up here a batch of drawings to sell for me, and, as he appears very interested,

  70  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft] & TLS to J. M. Dent, Ltd.
Toronto; Dear Sirs. Enclosed is the mss. of a book, the title of ("The Ideas with Which we Fight") describes its purpose.

  70  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft] to Hairenik Weekly
[Toronto] Dear Sir. Enclosed is a short story, which I hope you may like. You may be familliar with one other of my books

  70  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft] to Alfred Barr, Jr.-
[Toronto] My dear Barr. I am now happy to be able to tell you that the die is cast, and that Mr. Jameson, of the Library

  70  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft]S to Iris Barry
[Toronto] Dear Barry. No letter has come this morning, and things are taking on an increasingly

  70  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft] to Joseph Brewer
[Toronto] My dear Mr. Brewer. You will remember that, in the days before you were

  70  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft] to James Johnson Sweeney
Toronto; My dear Sweeney. I am glad to be able to tell you that it is to be Brewer -

  70  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft] & TL[copy] to T. J. Honeyman
toronto; Dear Honeyman, I think it is time I sent you a bulletin, and received one in return.

  70  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft] to Alfred Barr, Jr.-
[Toronto] Dear Barr. Very many thanks for your letter: this is extremely cheering news.

  70  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft]S to Iris Barry
[Toronto] Dear Barry. The cheque for thirty dollars reached me last week, for which tremendous thanks.

  70  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft] to Archibald MacLeish
[Toronto] Dear MacLeish. By the time this reaches you it will be three weeks since Paul Douglass

  70  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft] to Iris Barry
[Toronto] Dear Barry. It may be that you have mailed me a letter & it has taken longer than was

  70  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft] to Iris Barry
[Toronto] Dear Barry. On Monday morning (yesterday) I had seven cents left - the friend

  70  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft] to R.D. Jameson
Toronto; Dear Mr. Jameson. I have just received your letter, and although I am sorry that the

  70  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft]S to Iris Barry
[Toronto] Dear Barry. I was sorry to hear that you had concussion and hope, as you imply,

  70  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft] to Edmund Wilson
[Toronto] Dear Wilson. Thank you for your letter - I will write to the "New Republic" [Second draft on same leaf to the Editor, New Republic, same date. With facsimile photostat.]

  70  
Lewis, Wyndham AL to James Johnson Sweeney
[Toronto] My dear Sweeney. I can give you no information as yet, tbut will keep you posted as to what happens.

  70  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft] to R. D. Jameson
[Toronto] Dear Mr. Jameson. It has occurred to me that when the choice of the college has been settled,

  70  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft]S to Iris Barry
[Toronto] Dear Barry. I refrain from asking any questions. The Christmas black-out approaches [On verso are drafts to Alfred Barr, Jr. and James Johnson Sweeney, dated Dec.16, 1941.]

  70  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[drft] to R. D. Jameson
[Toronto] Dear Mr. Jameson. Thank you for your kind letter, and, although very disappointed

  70  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft] to Lorne Pierce
[Toronto] Dear Dr. Pierce. Thank you for your note, and I was sorry to hear that the indisposition

  70  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft] & TL[draft] to R. D. Jameson
Toronto; Dear Mr. Jameson. Upon receiving your letter I wrote to Mr. Brewer at Olivet:

  70  
Lewis, Wyndham TL[copy]S to I. W. May
Toronto; My dear Dr. May. Your letter reached me a few days ago. I am very grateful for your cordial reception

  71  
January-July 1942
  71  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[telegram] to R. D. Jameson
[Toronto] Delighted to hear about President Keezer. So far no letter from Keezer has reached me.

  71  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft, telegram] to R. D. Jameson
[Toronto] Letter arrived from Reed College. Letter sent Tudor Hotel, Washington in error.

  71  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft] to Florence Lamont
[Toronto] Dear Mrs. Lamont. The enclosed letter from Dr. Dollard speaks for itself. It looks as if

  71  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[drafts, fragments] to R.D. Jameson
[Toronto] As to Brewer's writing to the Carnegie Corporation at all, except to ask them [3 drafts writing about Brewer helping him find a college to work at.]

  71  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft] to William E. Gladstone Murray
[Toronto] Dear Mr. Gladstone Murry. Mr. Force (I believe that's the name) has just rung me up

  71  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft] to Iris Barry
[Toronto] Dear Barry. I must apologize for the delay in acknowledging the two notes, [Never sent this letter, on verso is the Jan.3, 1942 letter that was sent.]

  71  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft] to Geoffrey Grigson
[Toronto] Dear Grigson. Heaven knows if this address will still find you - but I will send a copy

  71  
Lewis, Wyndham TL[copy, fragment] to Geoffrey Grigson
[Toronto] Dear Grigson. ... I have no news about myself except that I am stuggling to make a living

  71  
Lewis, Wyndham TL[copy] to Malcolm MacDonald
Toronto; Dear Mr. MacDonald. Some weeks ago I wrote to your office - not to you personally -

  71  
Lewis, Wyndham TL[draft] to Joseph Brewer
[Toronto] My dear Mr. Brewer. I must apologize for the delay in answering your letter

  71  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft] to R. D. Jameson
[Toronto] Dear Mr. Jameson. Thank you for your letter and it is splendid news that you have

  71  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft] to R. D. Jameson
[Toronto] Dear Mr. Jameson. Here is a postscript to my yesterdays letter - which told you how

  71  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft] to Iris Barry
[Toronto] Dear Barry. It has turned out at last (I have the letter informing me this morning)

  71  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft] & TL[copy] to R. D. Jameson
Toronto; Dear Mr. Jameson. Enclosed is a letter from Olivet. So Brewer had a "resident artist" already!

  71  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft] to Archibald MacLeish
Toronto; Dear MacLeish. Events of such magnitude as those of the past month here, I expect,

  71  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft]S to Iris Barry
Toronto; Dear Barry. Monday morning has come: and faced by a new batch of difficulties,

  71  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft]S to Iris Barry
Toronto; Dear Barry. Thank you really very much indeed for the thirty dollars, the money-order

  71  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft] to Eric Kennington
Toronto; Dear Kennington. You letter date May 28 has just arrived. Thank you for having

  71  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft]S & TL[copy] to Lady Waterhouse
Toronto; D Mõv. It was splendid to see your fair fist again, and to know, from the spirit

  71  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft]S & TL[copy] to Sir Nicholas Waterhouse
Toronto; My dear Docker. Your letter - like all I receive from England, for that matter - saddened me.

  71  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft] to Editor, News Review
Toronto; Sir. A review of my book, "The Vulgar Streak," containing offensive personal matter

  71  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft], AL[draft] & TL[copy] to Theodore Spencer
Toronto; Dear Spence. Since last seeing you I have been up here, mainly painting portraits.

  71  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft] to Francis Henry Taylor
Toronto; Dear Mr. Taylor. On such a slight acquaintanceship it is, I fear, a little forward of me

  71  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft] to Constance Hamilton
Toronto; Dear Mrs. Hamilton. I should have acknowledged before your kind letter. Has any new light

  71  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft] & AL[draft, telegram] to R. D. Jameson
Toronto; Dear Mr. Jameson. I was overjoyed this morning to receive your letter with the good news [Verso of leaf is a draft of the telegram to Jameson sent same day.]

  71  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft] to Dexter M. Keezer
Toronto; Dear Sir. A letter has just reached me from Mr. R. D. Jameson, of the Library of Congress,

  71  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft] & TL[draft, fragment]to Dexter M. Keezer
Toronto; Dear Mr. Keezer. Your letter has just reached me, and very greatly appreciate the welcome you have accorded

  71  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft]S to Florence Lamont
Toronto; Dear Mrs. Lamont. Sometimes you may have wondered what had happened to me and to my plans for becoming

  71  
Lewis, Wyndham TL[draft]S to R. D. Jameson
Toronto; Dear Mr. Jameson. The letter from Dr. Keezer (dated Jan.13) cartoon of which you received I suppose about Jan.15,

  71  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft]S to Secretary, Rockefeller Institute
Toronto; Dear Sir. Enquiries regarding my address, said to emmanate from "somebody in the literary section of the Rockefeller

  71  
Lewis, Wyndham TL[draft] to Herbert George Wells
Toronto; My dear Wells. Your letter reached me, via Robert Hale, a few days ago, and it gave me very great pleasure.

  71  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft] to Iris Barry
Toronto; Dear Barry. Excuse my delay in acknowledging your letter: I have been waiting to see how things developed,

  71  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft] to R.D. Jameson
Toronto; Dear Mr. Jameson. Since dispatching my letter (of which I sent you a cartoon) to Portland, Oregon, I have heard nothing:

  71  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft] to R.D. Jameson
Toronto; My dear Mr. Jameson. Thank you for your kind letter: it is as you say, I know, time is needed to complete such an arrangement.

  71  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft]S to Iris Barry
Toronto; Dear Barry. I am still stonewalling [up here?] as but I can, awaiting the news of my deliverance from Canada

  71  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft]S to Iris Barry
Toronto; Dear Barry. Matters get no better up here and I send you accordingly this further note,

  71  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft] to Dexter M. Keezer
Toronto; Dear Mr. Keezer. Have you had any news yet of the Carnegie? Seeing the reat distances to be travelled by the mail,

  71  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft] to Charles Dollard
Toronto; Dear Dr. Dollard. Writing directly to you is I expect highly unorthodox, but informality in such times as ours is I hope excusable.

  71  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft] to Iris Barry
Toronto; Dear Barry. A letter from you has not, I hope, gone astray? Shaould you at any time write me and not hear withing a few days,

  71  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft] to Florence Lamont
Toronto; Dear Mrs. Lamont. Thank you for your letter - which I delayed answering until I had news about the last triumphant phase

  71  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft] to Archibald MacLeish
Toronto; Dear MacLeish. A month ago I wrote to Keezer again - the college president you found for me at Portland, Oregon.

  71  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft] to Herbert Davis
Toronto; Dear Prof. Davis. Enclosed is a letter from Dr. Dollard (the assistant to the President of the Carnegie Corp),

  71  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft] to Leonard Brockington
Toronto; Dear Brockington. It would probably be an illusion to suppose you are less busy at present than a few months ago:

  71  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft] to William E. Gladstone Murray
Toronto; Dear Gladstone Murray. Since I last met you I have been in Toronto mostly. I have become something like an involutary squatter.

  71  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft] to Leonard Brockington
Toronto; Dear Brockington. Your letter of March 26 gave me much encouragement - I have delayed writing

  71  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft] to Archibald MacLeish
Toronto; Dear MacLeish. If I ever get out of this hotel room alive - I call it my "Tudor period" -

  71  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft] to Eric Kennington
Toronto; Dear Kennington. Yesterday I talked on the telephone with Carolw, (passing through Montreal on his way to Rio).

  71  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft] & TL[copy] to Basil Taylor
Toronto; Dear Mr. Taylor. On the strength of a chance meeting I should not care to thrust my personal cares upon you. [Written on the 24th, not sent until April 30, 1942.]

  71  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft] to B.K. Sandwell
Toronto; Dear Mr. Sandwell. When I got home I had a look at my cartoons and to my horror found all the 3 witches

  71  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft] & AL[draft] to Leonard Brockington
Toronto; Dear Brockington. It was splendid news that you had already taken steps, and that Mr. Robertson [Second draft written on April 30, 1942.]

  71  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft] to Theodore Spencer
Toronto; My dear Spencer. Since we last met the world has not grown a quieter place. How has the war affected your activities?

  71  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft] to James Johnson Sweeney
Toronto; My dear Sweeney. I am sorry I did not let you know : the fact is I did not want to bother you anymore about all that.

  71  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft] to Theodore Spencer
Toronto; My dear Spencer. Thank you very much indeed for lending me a hand so promptly in my search for an academic retreat.

  71  
Lewis, Wyndham B.K. Sandwell
Toronto; Dear Mr. Sandwell. It was extremely kind of you to have the cheque which reached me on Saturday morning, speeded up.

  71  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft] to Sir Nicholas Waterhouse
Toronto; My dear Docker. My 2 letters, one to you & one to Mov, probably are at the bottom of the Atlantic. I wrote you at once

  71  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft] to B.K. Sandwell
Toronto; Dear Mr. Sandwell. I did not realize that yesterday was a public holiday [Written on the same leaf, same side an AL[draft to Leonard Brockington, May 26, 1942. Included is a photostat of the leaf.]

  71  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft]S to Iris Barry
Toronto; My dear Barry. I return to the charge, in my attempt to obtain from you the name of the literary agent to whom you gave my novel.

  71  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft] to James Johnson Sweeney
Toronto; Dear Sweeney. You have, I imagine, proved unsucessful in your attempt to find a job for me

  71  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft] to Alfred Barr, Jr.
Toronto; Dear Barr. You no doubt heard about Joe Brewer's having one "resident artist" all the time, coyly tucked away up in Olivet,

  71  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft] to Leonard Brockington
Toronto; Dear Mr. Brockington. It is of course very disappointing that the censorship job at Ottawa did not materialize,

  71  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft] to J. Grierson
Toronto; Dear Grierson. I have been corresponding with Brockington and in a letter I have just received he suggests among other things

  71  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft] to Florence Lamont
Toronto; Dear Mrs. Lamont. Dr. Dollard of the Carnegie Corporation wrote me to the effect that this committee was discontinuing their grant

  71  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft] to Theodore Spencer
Toronto; Dear Spencer. As no letter has reached me from Colgate or anywhere else I conclude that your answer is the same

  71  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft] to Paul Martin
Toronto; Dear Mr. Martin. A letter has just reached me from Dr. May of Darton, S.A. I had informed him of my desire to transfer to a

  71  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft] to Leonard Brockington
Toronto; Dear Mr. Brockington. In this morning's paper I see that you are coming to Toronto to speak later in the month [Same leaf starts an AL[draft] to Eric Kennington, Jane 10, 1942. Also included in folder is a photostat of the first leaf.]

  71  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft] to Naomi Mitchison
Toronto; Dear Naomi. The months slide along and it will soon be three years that I have stuck it out upon this continent,

  71  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft] to Paul Martin
Toronto; Dear Mr. Martin. In my communication of yesterday I forgot to enclose this little book. I perhaps should point out

  71  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft] to James Johnson Sweeney
Toronto; Dear Sweeney. Thank you for your kind letter and for having written to Mr. Rich. As you had not heard from him at once

  71  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft] to David MacCaughie [David Kahma]
Toronto; Dear Mr. MacCaughie. I should be very glad if I could be of help in so [?] a plan as you hint at in your letter.

  71  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft] to David MacCaughie [David Kahma]
Toronto; Dear Mr. MacCaughie. Thank you for your further letter (of June 16) which arrived this morning.

  71  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft] to David MacCaughie [David Kahma]
Toronto; Dear Mr. MacCaughie. I have your further letter this morning. All I can do is to repeat what I said yesterday

  71  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft]S to Sir Nicholas Waterhouse
Toronto; Dear Docker. I wonder if my two letters ever reached you? I sent one to you and one to Mov, at the time you both wrote me -

  71  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft] to Sir Kenneth Clark
Toronto; Dear Sir. At present I am in correspondence with Mr. Eric Kennington. At Lord Carlow's suggestion - who passed through here

  71  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft] to Mary Hutchinson
Toronto; Dear Mary Hutchinson. Your letter (of May 5) has just reached me. The Red Cross Sale will probably be over by the time you get this.

  71  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft] to J. S. McLean
Toronto; Dear Mr. McLean. When I wrote you last summer I was trying, you will recall, to move on: or rather to move back - to England.

  71  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft] to James Johnson Sweeney
Toronto; Dear Sweeney. First, let me thank you deliriously for the cheque for fifty dollars. It will make all the difference =

  71  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft] to Sir Kenneth Clark
Toronto; Dear Sir. Two or three months alo I wrote to Mr. Eric Kennsigton - at the suggestion of Lord Ccarlow, a friend of ours -

  71  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft] to Naomi Mitchison
Toronto; Dear Naomi. This is going to be air-mailed, and a carton [?] will go by ship. One or the other ought to reach you.

  71  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft] to Swain & Co., London
Toronto; Dear Sir. Here I will recapitulate briefly what I wrote you earlier. I have recieved not letter from you, but it may quite well

  71  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft] & TL[copy]S & TL[copy]S to Herbert George Wells
Toronto; My dear Wells. Your letter - which you have long ago forgotten you wrote probably - has been on my trail for many a month.

  71  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft] to Geoffrey Grigson
Toronto; Dear Brigson. Once or twice during my time over hear I have written. Probably the letter got [?] sunk, or blown up on the way. [Second leaf contains another AL[draft] to Louis MacNeice, July 13, 1942. Included are photostats of both sides of leaf 2.]

  71  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft] & TL[copy] to Helen Agnes West
Toronto; My dear Madam. My friend Mr. A. Y. Jackson told me of your visit to him, and also of your connection with the university.

  71  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft] & TL[copy] to Helen Agnes West
Toronto; Dear Miss West. Thank you for your letter. I must apologise for the delay in answering Mr. MacCaughie's very interesting letter

  71  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft] to Sir John Rothenstein
Toronto; My dear Rothenstein. As you notice, I have landed up here. - New York, as you probably foresaw it would, ended in disaster.

  71  
Lewis, Wyndham TL[copy] & TL[copy] to Sir John Rothenstein
Toronto; My dear Rothenstein. As you notice, I have landed up here. - New York, as you probably foresaw it would, ended in disaster. [Typed version of letter in folder 82.]

  71  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft] to Sir William Rothenstein
Toronto; Dear Rothenstein. It seems a long time since you used to come to my studio in Notting Hill Gate, after painting

  71  
Lewis, Wyndham TL[copy] & TL[copy] to Sir William Rothenstein
Toronto; Dear Rothenstein. It seems a long time since you used to come to my studio in Notting Hill Gate, after painting [Same letter as folder 84.]

  71  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft] to Iris Barry
Toronto; Dear Barry. You did not answer my letter, instead you return me to book. -But I have several copies of the book.

  71  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft] & TL[copy] to the British Information Service
Toronto; Dear Sirs. Last year Mr. Foster, who at that time was apparently assisting Sir Gerald Campbell, suggested that I write

  71  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft] to David MacCaughie [David Kahma]
Toronto;Dear Mr. MacCaughie. I have now read enough of the mss. you sent me to write you a bit. -The backgrounds of this king

  71  
Lewis, Wyndham TL[facsimile copy]S & TLS[facsimile copy] to Thomas Sturge Moore
Toronto; Dear Moore. Here is an attempt to reach you with a note; but since I do not know if you still live at Well Walk,

  71  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft] to Helen Agnes West
Toronto; Dear Miss West. Thank you for your letter of the 18th. I enclose a not for Mr. MacCaughie.

  71  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft] to Helen Agnes West
Toronto; Dear Miss West. Thank you very much for the photographs which I have just received. I am very obliege to you for this

  71  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft] to [?] McKechnie
Toronto; Dear Mr. McKechnie. Thank you for the cheque for two hundred dollars which I received this morning and for the message [With second AL[draft] to J.S. McLean on same side of leaf; with photostat of this leaf.]

  71  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft] & TL[copy] to J. Stanley Murphy
Toronto; Dear Father Murphy. I have received your letter of July 25, forwarded from Dents, and should be very glad to give a talk [Draft has second AL[draft] to James Johnson Sweeney, July 30, 1942. Also photostat of leaf with drafts on it.]

  72  
August 1942-January 1943
  72  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft] to Helen Agnes West
Toronto; Dear Miss West. Thank you very much for your letter, and the enclosure from Mr. MacCaughie. [On same side of leaf is second AL[draft] to [David Kahma], August 6, 1942. Included is 1 photostat of leaf recto.]

  72  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft] & AL[draft] & TLS to David MacCaughie [David Kahma]
Toronto; Dear Mr. MacCaughie. I have received your letter of Aug 12, with the various proposals for my translation

  72  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft] to David MacCaughie [David Kahma]
Toronto; Dear Mr. MacCaughie. By this morning's mail I have received your letter & plan of the house.

  72  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft] to Douglas Duncan
Toronto; Dear Duncan. My letter to Kennsington reached him with unexpected rapidity, and his answer came whizzing back,

  72  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft]S to David MacCaughie [David Kahma]
Toronto; Dear Mr. MacCaughie. Your letter of Aug 17th just reached me. As to when I could depart from Toronto,

  72  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft] to David MacCaughie [David Kahma]
Toronto; My dear Mr. MacCaughie. Your letter of Aug. 17th has just arrived. You will in the meanwhile have received my letter

  72  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft] to David MacCaughie [David Kahma]
Toronto; Dear Mr. MacCaughie. Last night I heard disturbing accounts regarding the new situatioin that will apparently come into being

  72  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft]S to David MacCaughie [David Kahma]
Toronto; Dear Mr. MacCaughie. Your letter of Aug. 19 just arrived. - At last it seems to me the naterial issue has acquired a shape

  72  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft]S to David MacCaughie [David Kahma]
Toronto; Dear Mr. MacCaughie.Your letter of Aug 21 has just arrived. - I have been so busy in my letters arriving at a solution

  72  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft] to Sir Kenneth Clark
Toronto; Dear Sir Kenneth Clark. Thank you very much for your letters. - Both arrived at the same time, as you forgot the air-stamp

  72  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft]S to David MacCaughie [David Kahma]
Toronto; Dear Mr. MacCaughie.Thank you for your three letters, and cartoon of "Budget". -I gather from a perusal of these

  72  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft]S to David MacCaughie [David Kahma]
Toronto; Dear Mr. MacCaughie. Last night a special delivery letter reached me. It was much less effusive in tone I thought

  72  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft] to Kingsley Martin
Toronto; My dear Mr. Kingsley Martin. Since I am a kind of involutary squatter in this country, and since there is now a

  72  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft]S to David MacCaughie [David Kahma]
Toronto; Dear Mr. MacCaughie. Your letter of Sept. 1 had just arrived. You may put your mind at rest as regards the cheque,

  72  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft]S to J. Stanley Murphy
Toronto; Dear Father Murphyy. Except that I have been very much driven for the last week or so, I am afraid I have no very valid excuse

  72  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft] to Edward Weeks
Toronto; Dear Mr. Weeks. Your letter of July 30 has been trailing me around the Canadian bush, & has only now caught up with me. [On same leaf, verso a second AL[draft] to [?] McKenzie, September 12, 1942.]

  72  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft]S to David MacCaughie [David Kahma]
Toronto; Dear Mr. MacCaughie. Let us have another try, then. But it would not be possible for me to move on immediately.

  72  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft] to Sister M. Honora
Toronto; My dear Sister Honora. I owe you my deepest apolgies for the delay in answering your letter. The fact is I have been trying

  72  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft] to James Johnson Sweeney
Toronto; Dear Sweeney. Thank you for your letter. Rich I am afraid is not going to be any use: making all allowance for the fact

  72  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft]S & TLS & TL[copy]S to Sir Nicholas Waterhouse
Toronto; My dear Docker. Your news of Mov is very dispiriting. It is I suppose the excitement and strain of the last 3 years.

  72  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft]S to David MacCaughie [David Kahma]
Toronto; Dear Mr. MacCaughie. Your letter of Sept. 14 has just arrived. I continue to be puzzled. I read as follows

  72  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft]S to John Reid
Toronto; Dear Reid. I was much flattered & pleased to learn that you had acquired a little picture. From the description I could not recall

  72  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft] to Swain & Co.
Toronto; Dear Sir. I am in receipt of your letter of Aug. 5. Its contents was to me a painful surprise.

  72  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft] to Eric Kennington
Toronto; Dear Kennington. I waited for some news before I ansered you; but I have the other day a most charming & friendly letter

  72  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft] to Sir John Rothenstein
Toronto; My dear Rothenstein. Thank you for your friendly and informative letter (and copy of same) as also for the very interesting Tate

  72  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft]S to David MacCaughie [David Kahma]
Toronto; Dear Mr. MacCaughie. Your letter dated Sept 16 arrived yesterday morning. Thank you for the detailed proposals.

  72  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft] to David MacCaughie [David Kahma]
Toronto; My dear Mr. MacCaughie. A feverish cold has laid me low. As a consequence you may notice a slight diminuation

  72  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft] to David MacCaughie [David Kahma]
Toronto; Dear Mr. MacCaughie. This will be a brief note, I am afraid, because I have had a very violent cold and am still

  72  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft] to David MacCaughie [David Kahma]
Toronto; Dear Mr. MacCaughie. Last Friday I worte you (special delivery) and I imagine that you might not have received that letter

  72  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft] to David MacCaughie [David Kahma]
Toronto; Dear Mr. MacCaughie. I have just received by special delivery your letter dated Sept.29. Thank you for your excellent news

  72  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft] to Sister M. Honora
Toronto; My dear Sister Honora. We seem unlucky in our correspondence - when your note of Sept. 28 arrived my eyes were streaming

  72  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft] to David MacCaughie [David Kahma]
Toronto; Dear Mr. MacCaughie. Your letter of Sept. 30 reached me this morning. Two notes of mine are by now in your hands,

  72  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft] to J. Stanley Murphy
Toronto; My dear Father Murphy. I am awfully sorry to have to bother you, but could you possibly get that photograph of myself [With second AL[draft] to Edward Weeks, October 2, 1942 on same side of leaf. Included is a photostat of the leaf.]

  72  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft] to Sir Kenneth Clark
Toronto; Dear Sir Kenneth Clark. A communication has reached me from the finance department of the Ministery of Information.

  72  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft] to David MacCaughie [David Kahma]
Toronto; Dear Mr. MacCaughie. As no telegram turned up Monday am yesterday I supposed that the draft was coming by mail,

  72  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft] & TL[copy] to Sir Kenneth Clark
Toronto; Dear Sir Kenneth Clark. I send these notes by air, as mail that goes by ship is so liable to meet with a mishap just now.

  72  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft]S to Frances Lewis
Toronto; Dear Frances. What a bad cold you had! We have been trampled under foot by it for 2 weeks now, and it still comes back

  72  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft] to David MacCaughie [David Kahma]
Toronto; Dear Mr. MacCaughie. Thank you for your letter and for all the pleasant messages. I did not very clearly gather I am afraid

  72  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft] to John Reid
Toronto; Dear Reid. I am out of bed. My cold appeared to have gone, but it keep returning. This is a dreadful nuisance [With second AL[draft] to J. Stanley Murphy, Oct.23, 1942. Included is a photostat of the leaf.]

  72  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft] to John Burgess
Toronto; Dear Mr. Burgess. I should have answered your letter earlier, but concentration upon the affairrs of the mucous membrane

  72  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft] to [?] Robson
Toronto; Dear Mrs. Robson. Thank you for your letter of Oct. 25 which has just reached me. I shall be here during December

  72  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft] to Augustus John
Toronto; My dear John. It was a great pleasure to get your letter and therein to catch a glimpse of you in some smoky den in Soho [Verso containsAL[draft] to Eric Kennington, November 5, 1942 plus second leaf. Included is photostat of the beginning of the Kennington draft.]

  72  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft] & TL[copy]S to Arnold Palmer
Toronto; Dear Palmer. Thank you for your letter, and the enclosures from the Ministry of Information. As to the latter, [With AL[draft] on verso to the Secretary of the Artists Committe, Nov.5, 1942 with copy.]

  72  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft] & TL[copy]S & TL[copy] & TL[copy] & TL[copy] to Sir Kenneth Clark
Toronto; Dear Sir Kenneth Clar. I have received the follwing communication for the Ministry of Information. "You are asked to

  72  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft] to Martin's Bank Manager
Toronto; Dear Mr. Brown. Are you still in the Baker Street Branch, or has the man moved you around as it has moved most other

  72  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft] to Sir Thomas Beecham
Toronto; Dear Sir Thomas Beecham. I have often read in the newspapers of your presence, sometimes to the east of me, [With second AL[draft] on verso to J. Stanley Murphy, Nov. 17, 1942.]

  72  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft] & TL[copy]S & TL[copy]S to Sir Kenneth Clark
Toronto; Dear Sir Kenneth Clark. Here is a supplement to my letter of Nov. 11. The more I find out about what comes under

  72  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft] & TL[draft] to Thomas Sturge Moore
Toronto; My dear Moore. Since we met I have been a considerable traveller. You, I believe, apart from transferring your country-quarters

  72  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft] to Sir John Rothenstein
Toronto; My dear Rothenstein. A bad attack of influenza lasting about a month has confused things. I have here a rough draft of a letter

  72  
Lewis, Wyndham TLS & TL[copy]S to Sir John Rothenstein
Toronto; My dear Rothenstein. A bad attack of influena lasting a month has confused things. [Typed copies of letter in folder 48]

  72  
Lewis, Wyndham TLS to Eric Kennington
Toronto; My dear Kennington. The enclosed letter, dated as you see a long time ago, has, like myself, been marooned here

  72  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft, fragment] to John Burgess
Toronto; Dear Mr. Burgess. Your offer to me yesterday was of the most extraordinarily generous nature.

  72  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft] & TL[copy] to the Ministry of Information Director
Toronto; Dear Sir, I am in receipt of your letter of the 16th September, 1942, Ref. No. GP/55/267, and beg to confirm

  72  
Lewis, Wyndham TL[copy]S to War Artists Advisory Committer Secretary
Toronto; Dear Sir. I am in receipt of your communication of September 17, sent on to me by Mr. Palmer

  72  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft] to Swain & Co.
Toronto; Dear Sirs. I must apologize for this long delay in answering your letter. The fact is I have been attempting to obtain

  72  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft] & TLS to John Burgess
Toronto; Dear Mr. Burgess. I am sorely tempted to accept your tremendously generous offer of last week (which touched me

  72  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft] to John Burgess
Toronto; Dear Mr. Burgess. I feel I should write you to say how exceedingly grateful I am to you [On verso AL[draft] to British High Commisioner, Ottowa, same date. With photostat of verso.]

  72  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft] & TLS[copy] to [?] McLean
Toronto; Dear Mr. MacLean. About five weeks ago Douglas Duncan told me he had shown you the communications

  72  
Lewis, Wyndham Envelope to John Rothenstein
Toronto; [Typed address; air mail sticker, envelope to John Rotherstein.]

  72  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft] to Eliot Warburton
Toronto; Dear Mr. Warburton. Thank you for your letter of Dec. 4th which I would have answered earlier

  72  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft] to John Reid
Toronto; Dear Reid. Thank you for Christmas card & I liked your excellent design. You should do more of those

  72  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft]S to Douglas Duncan
Toronto; My dear Duncan. Before the new year I had better add to my oral acknowledgement and

  72  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft]S to James Johnson Sweeney
Toronto; Dear Sweeney. It was very nice to have your Christmas message, and my wife joins me in wishing you and Laura

  72  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft] to E. C. Kenning
[n.p.] Dear Mr. Kenning. Thank you for your letter. I assumed that you had thrown the offensive missive

  72  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft] to Malcolm MacDonald
Toronto; Dear Mr. MacDonald. Thank you very much for so kindly giving your personal attention to the matter

  72  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft] to J. Stanley Murphy
[Toronto] Dear Father Murphy. Your letter has just arrived (it has "not at address" on envelope, meaning I suppose

  72  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft] to Malcolm MacDonald
Toronto; Dear Mr. MacDonald. Some weeks ago I wrote to you office - not to you personally [On verso is AL[draft] to the Ministry of Information Director, [Jan., 1943]]

  72  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft] to Rielle Thomson
Toronto; Dear Mr. Thomson. Thank you very much for your letter. You have confirmed me in my view of the matter

  72  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft] & TL[copy]S to Naomi Mitchison
Toronto; My dear Naomi. Thank you for your beautiful long circumstantial letter. You lucky cow-herd and grandmother!

  72  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft] to Malcolm MacDonald
Toronto; Dear Mr. Macdonald. Your note informing me that you have heard from England I found awaiting me [On same side is AL[draft] to J. Stanley Murphy, Jan.26, 1943. With photostat of leaf.]

  72  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft] & TL[copy]S to Henry Moore
Toronto; My dear Moore. Thank you for your letter dated Jan. 5 which reached me yesterday afternoon, and for your having

  72  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft]S to Lord Carlow
Toronto; Dear Carlow. Things have become more uncertain here since our meeting. Have you any cash to spare?

  72  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft]S to Lord Carlow
Toronto; Dear Carlow. Our letters crossed - and did not yours perhaps provide a clue to how my present problem,

  72  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft] & TL[copy]S to Sir Kenneth Clark
Toronto; Dear Sir Kenneth Clark. I have just received a letter from Henry Moore (dated Jan. 5) in which he tells me you had met

  72  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft] & TL]copy]S to Eric Kennington
Toronto; My dear Kennington. A day or two ago Carlow came over from Montreal. We spent a pleasant evening --

  72  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft, fragment] to Theodore Spencer
Toronto; Dear Spencer. In the current "Nation" I see that a book of yours has been published which I might buy

  72  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft]S to Sir Nicholas Waterhouse
Toronto; My dear Docker. I wrote you a long letter, a copy of which I have here. It seems to me I didn't sent it for some reason.

  73  
February-November 1943
  73  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft] to Lord Carlow
Toronto; Dear Carlow. Thank you for your letter. I see from what you tell me your difficulty, where it comes to financing a set of illustrations

  73  
Lewis, Wyndham TL[draft] to J. Stanley Murphy
Toronto; Dear Father Murphy. Thank you for your letter. I shall be arriving on Sunday at 2:15, by the train which leaves her at 8:20

  73  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft]to Malcolm MacDonald
Toronto; Dear Mr. Macdonald. I have been moving about and have just got back here. Thank you very much for your letter,

  73  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft]to Barker Fairley
Toronto; Dear Mr. Fairley. To what I owe this sudden [?], I do not know - after 2 1/2 years residence in this city:

  73  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft] to J. Stanley Murphy
Toronto; Dear Father Murphy. Your letter has just reached me, and I am delighted to learn that I am to come to Assumption College,

  73  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft] to Malcolm MacDonald
Toronto; Dear Mr. Macdonald. The enclosed cutting will graphically explain how it comes that my plans here had to be changed.

  73  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft] to J. Stanley Murphy
Ottawa; Dear Father Murphy. Am up here for a few days: will be touch in Toronto Saturday. This malaria of the North we call "influenza"

  73  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft] to Malcolm MacDonald
Toronto; Dear Mr. Macdonald. Your letter reached me earlier in the week, and this should arrive in Ottawa about the time you get back

  73  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft] & TL[copy]S to Sir Kenneth Clark
Toronto; Dear Sir Kenneth Clark. A day or two ago I received your letter dated Feb. 15. The new proposal is, as you mention,

  73  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft] to C.P.C. Downman
Toronto; Dear Mr. Downman. Owing to a few days absence this reply has been delayed. Thank you very much for your information. [On verso is AL[draft] to Rielle Thomason, March 27, 1943.]

  73  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft] to J. Stanley Murphy
Toronto; Dear Father Murphy. Thank you very much for your letter. I have waited a few days before answering it,

  73  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft] to Eric Kennington
Toronto; My dear Kennington. Last week (March 23) at last a letter arrived from Clark. Here is the text of it.

  73  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft] & TL[copy]S to Swain's, Estate Agents
Toronto; Dear Sir. My delay in getting in touch with you again has been caused by the difficultlies involved in carrying on a correspondence

  73  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[copy, telegram]S to Ssir Kenneth Clark
Toronto; Received letter dated February fifteenth accept proposal picture for Ministry of Information Please have advance cabled

  73  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft] to J. Stanley Murphy
Toronto; Dear Father Murphy. I can come to Windsor as soon as is convenient to you - Thurs., Friday, or Sat.,

  73  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft] to Sir Kenneth Clark
Toronto; Dear Sir Kenneth Clark. You will I expect have received my letter accepting your proposal and my cable of 10 days ago.

  73  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft] to Malcolm MacDonald
Toronto; Dear Malcolm MacDonald. Enclosed is a letter to Clark which you will see if you glance at it is to solicity speed.

  73  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft] to Malcolm MacDonald
Toronto; Dear MacDonald. A telegram has just gone off to you. This morning I saw the manager at the Dominican Bank,

  73  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft, telegram] to Malcolm MacDonald
Toronto; Bank which is Domincan Bank Rosedale Branch Toronto say they can proceed if you would address letter to them

  73  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft] & TL[copy]S to [?] McCurry
Toronto; Dear Mr. McCurrie. You expressed a desire to see an article I had written, in which there was something about Alec Jackson.

  73  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft] to Hattie Hagarty
Toronto; Dear Mrs. Hagarty. Father Murphy has written me about his visit to you, and described everything.

  73  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft] to Malcolm MacDonald
Toronto; Dear Macdonald. This is intended to reach you about the time you get back. [On same side of leaf AL[draft] to [?] Williams of the Office of the High Commission, May 1, 1943. With photostat of leaf.]

  73  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft]S to J. Stanley Murphy
Toronto; Dear Father Murphy. The cold has cleared up - but what a winter! - My wife must have got some particularly aggresive bug [On same side of leaf AL[draft] to Hattie Hagarty, May 1, 1943. With photostate of leaf.]

  73  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft] to J. S. Vanderploeg
Toronto; My dear Mr. Vanderploeg. My wife has a new kind of influenza - it is recurrent. It recurred two weeks ago & I got it -

  73  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft] to [?] Williams
Toronto; Dear Mr. Williams. Thank you very much for the cheque for 150 dollars which I have just received.

  73  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft] to [?] Williams
Toronto; Dear Mr. Williams. In your letter of May 4 you told me you had very kindly dispatched a further telegram to London,

  73  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft] to Malcolm MacDonald
Toronto; Dear Macdonald. Very many thanks for your activity in my behalf while in London and for contacting Clark.

  73  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft] to [?] Williams
Toronto; Dear Mr. Williams. Enclosed is the receipt for the cheque, for which many thanks. Thank you also for your offer

  73  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft] to [?] Williams
Toronto; Dear Mr. Williams. So far no money has arrived, but a letter from the Ministry of Information (a copy of which I enclose)

  73  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft] to Alex Jackson
Toronto; My dear Jackson. I had to heave off that monday, so I could not contact you again, but when you get back I hope to see you.

  73  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft] to Naomi Mitchison
Toronto; Dear Naomi. How are you? I can tell you nothing about myself, because [?] same to [?] of war

  73  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft] to J. Stanley Murphy
Toronto; Dear Father Murphy. With only thirty days left before I go into action at the summer school, my thoughts turn towards Mrs. Haggarty -

  73  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft] to Swain's Estate Agents
Toronto; Dear Sirs. Some time in March, I think it was, I wrote you. No reply has reached me, and of course you may never have received my letter,

  73  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft] to [?] Williams
Toronto; Dear Mr. Williams. I must apologize for not having sent you thiss receipt immediateely. I have been away for a day or so.

  73  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft] to Sir John Rothenstein
Toronto; My dear Rothenstein. Your letter of a few months ago saddened me somewhat. It was obvious taht you were not going to welcome me

  73  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft] to [?] Williams
Toronto; Dear Mr. Williams. Thank you for your letter of May 31st. I don't know what to think about this further contretemps..

  73  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft] to [?] Williams
Toronto; Dear Mr. Williams. I must apologize very much for my stupid mistake, with reference to what remained of the advance

  73  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft] to Malcolm MacDonald
Toronto; Dear Macdonald. By the time this reaches you the picture will be finished, or at latest on Monday.

  73  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft] to [?] Williams
Toronto; Dear Mr. Williams. On Wednesday last I wrote the High Commissioner, and in all probability a response to my letter is on the way,

  73  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft] to John Burgess
Toronto; Dear Mr. Burgess. Tomorrow you will I hope you [will] be paying us a visit, but conditions have, with all doors open to promote

  73  
Lewis, Wyndham TL[draft] & TL[copy]S to John Burgess
Toronto; Dear Mr. Burgess. I had supposed that once my picture was finished the High Commissioner's office would at least advance me

  73  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft] to Malcolm MacDonald
Windsor; Dear Macdonald. On Saturday last I sent you telegram with my temporary address then. The above is now my address,

  73  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft] to John Burgess
Windsor; Dear Mr. Burgess. Well at last I sit down to write a few letters: except for my note to you and a couple of postcards

  73  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft] to Thomas Cook & Son
Windsor; Dear Sir. When I left Toronto 3 weeks ago I did not know what my address would be, [With AL[draft]to Tudor Hotel Manager, July 17, 1943 on same side. With photostat of leaf.]

  73  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft] to Malcolm MacDonald
Windsor; Dear Malcolm Macdonald. Yesterday I duly received the cheque for 664 dollars and enclosed is the receipt slip

  73  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft] to Dolores Sills
Windsor; Dear Mrs. Sills. Thank you for your kind letter, which I should have answered some days ago,

  73  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft] to Herbert Marshall McLuhan
Windsor; Dear Mr. McLuhan. Thank you for your letter and I include hope that when you are up here you will let me know

  73  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft] to Malcolm MacDonald
Windsor; Dear MacDonald. Thank you very much for your letter. I was most encouraged by your revistos regarding my plan for a book

  73  
Lewis, Wyndham ALS to [Unknown]
Windsor; Dear Sir. My wife & myself have this apartment only for the summer. We are looking for an apartment for approximately 12 months.

  73  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft] to Malcolm MacDonald
Windsor; Dear MacDonald. Thank you for your very interesting letter. - I will slip in something about Jaquin's gifts as an illustrator

  73  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft] to Malcolm MacDonald
Windsor; Dear MacDonald. Thank you very much for your very interesting letter. I will follow out your suggestions, and slip in about "lepers raquette"

  73  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft] to Felix Giovanelli
Windsor; Dear Giovanelli. Both I & my wife are delighted at the idea of paying a visit to St. Louis, and most awfully grateful

  73  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft] to Edward J. Beatie
Windsor; My dear Mr. Beatie. Your letter has just reached me, forwarded from Toronto.

  73  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft] to J.S. Vanderploeg
Windsor; My dear Mr. Vanderploeg. The enclosed letter to Mr. Beatie speaks for itself and answers

  73  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft]S to Felix Giovanelli
Windsor; Dear Giovanelli.Your letter just arrived, and it sounds to me as if you were doing wonders

  73  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft]S to Felix Giovanelli
Windsor; Dear Giovanelli.Here is a rough draft for the beginning of lecture - just to give Nagel an idea.

  73  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft] to Charles Nagel, Jr.
Windsor; Dear Mr. Nagel. Yesterday I received a letter from Mr. Giovanelli, who told me he had had a talk with you,

  73  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft]S & TL[copy]S to Naomi Mitchison
Windsor; My dear Naomi. I am in Windsor (the Canadian suburb of Detroit) but as I do not know what my address will be

  73  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft] to Swain & Co. Agents
Windsor; Dear Sirs. I am very greatly concerned about my belongings in the flat,

  73  
Lewis, Wyndham TL[copy] to Swain & Co. Agents
Windsor; Dear Sirs. I am very greatly concerned about my belongings in the flat, [Typed copy of letter in foler 57.]

  73  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft] & TL[copy] to Augustus John
Windsor; My dear John. How are you getting on? I still remain, buried up to my chin,

  73  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft] to Sir John Rothenstein
Windsor; Dear Rothenstein. Well, the picture representing Canadian War Effort is finished.

  73  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft] to John Burgess
Windsor; Dear Mr. Burgess. Just a line to tell you the summer school indeed Aug. 8, and before long

  73  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft] to Toronto Lending Library
Windsor; Dear Madam. I must apologize very deeply for not returning the library book

  73  
Lewis, Wyndham TLS to Sir John Rothenstein
Windsor; Dear Rothenstein. Well, the picture representing "Canada's War Effort" is finished. [Typed letter same as draft in folder 60.]

  73  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft]S & TL[copy]S to Sir Nicholas Waterhouse
Windsor; My dear Docker. No answer reached me as to Mõv's health - but perhaps my letter asking

  73  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft] to Felix Giovanelli
Windsor; Dear Giovanelli. Thank you for your account of your further visit to Mr. Nagel -

  73  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft] to Charles Nagel, Jr.
Windsor; Dear Mr. Nagel. Thank you for your letter and I should like very much to come

  73  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft] to Herbert Mrshall McLuhan
Windsor; Dear McLuhan. Last night about 9.30 a messenger from the college brought me your letter

  73  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft] to Herbert Mrshall McLuhan
Windsor; Dear McLuhan. Giovanelli writes me that you have obtained a copy of "The Village Streak".

  73  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft] to J. S. Vanderploeg
Windsor; Dear Mr. Vanderploeg. Thank you for your letter of 17th. As to my stay in Windsor,

  73  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft] to E. Jones
Windsor; Dear Mr. Jones. (I hope I have read your name correctly). Thank you for forwarding the letter [On verso is AL[draft] to Sidney H. Bowles, August 24, 1943. With photostat of Bowles letter.]

  73  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft] to Malcolm MacDonald
Windsor; Dear MacDonald. This is just to thank you for your letter and to tell you I received

  73  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft] to J. S. Vanderploeg
Windsor; Dear Mr. Vanderploeg. That is excellent - if you get here next Thursday as you expect,

  73  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft] to J. S. Vanderploeg
Windsor; Dear Mr. Vanderploeg. Fine - I shall expect a telephone call Thurs. or Friday . - [On same side of leaf AL[draft] to Dolores Sills, [August 31, 1943]. With photostat of the leaf.]

  73  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft] to Alfred Barr, Jr.
Windsor; Dear Barr. Would you like to give me a testimonial, as a suitable person to paint a portrait?

  73  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft] to Herbert Marshall McLuhan
Windsor; Dear McLuhan. The portrait of the late Becker I would willingly take on:

  73  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft]S to Felix Giovanelli
Windsor; Dear Giovanelli. I answer tardily (owing to unusual intensity of work):

  73  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft] to [Unknown]
Windsor; Dear Sir. I saw your advertisement in today's "Star", and would be glad if you could give me

  73  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft] to Herbert Marshall McLuhan
Windsor; Dear McLuhan. Just a word to acknowledge your letter & to say how glad I was to hear

  73  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft] to Eric Kennington
Windsor; Dear Kennington. For some time I have been down here, in this Canadian suburb of Detroit.

  73  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft] to Herbert Marshall McLuhan
Windsor; Dear McL. The enclosed very important document arrived today. Please keep letter

  73  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft] to Malcolm MacDonald
Windsor; Dear MacDonald. First let me very tardily acknowledge receipt of the Jackson article

  73  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft] to Malcolm MacDonald
Windsor; Dear MacDonald. I enclose a pamphlet published 1941, Toronto - which may interest you

  73  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft]S to Eaton & Co.
Windsor; Dear Sirs. The enclosed cutting will give you an idea of the kind of coat I want -

  73  
Lewis, Wyndham TLS to Malcolm MacDonald
Windsor; Dear MacDonald. Above is my new address. I am at the same time sending a notification

  73  
Lewis, Wyndham TLS to Malcolm MacDonald
Windsor; Dear MacDonald. Thank you very much for writing to Mr. Cane - [On same side of leaf AL[draft] to Cyril Cane, [Oct.9, 1943]; on verso of leaf AL[draft to Thomas Cook & Son,, [Oct.9, 1943] and AL[draft] to Alfred Barr, Jr., [Oct.9, 1943]. With photostat of MacDonald and Cane drafts.]

  73  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft] & TL[copy] to Marion Trowell
St. Louis; Dear Mrs. Trowell. It was really too bad that we did not meet again and yet all the time

  73  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft] to W. R. Valentiner
Windsor; Dear Mr. Valentiner. Here is the copy I promised you of my letter to Mr. Richardson. [On same side of leaf AL[draft] to Cyril Cane, Oct.15, 1943. With photostat.

  73  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft] to Edgar Preston Richardson
Windsor; Dear Mr. Richardson. I have been reading your book and like it very much.

  73  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft] to Felix Giovanelli
Windsor; Dear Giovanelli. I have had a terrific week or 10 days: - my first lecture was last week

  73  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft] to Herbert Marshall McLuhan
Windsor; Dear McLuhan. First, let me thank you for your extreme kindness in sending me H. Ford.

  73  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[drft] to [?] Williams
Windsor; Dear Mr. Williams. The first of my Heywood Braun lectures was on Sunday, and for 10 days I have had to get ready for it

  73  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft] to G. S. Brett
Windsor; Dear Professor Brett. Excuse the delay in answering your kind letter, but I have not been able to take my nose out of books

  73  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft]S to John Burgess
Windsor; Dear Mr. Burgess. Please forgive me for my silence. Our movement into new quarters was accompanied by difficulties

  74  
December 1943-1944
  74  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft] to Felix Giovanelli
Windsor; My dear Giovanelli. Thank you for your letter and the enclosed money order towards the portrait of your wife

  74  
Lewis, Wyndham TL[copy, fragment] to Herbert Marshall McLuhan
Windsor; ... Booklets, or folders, or cards for propaganda require much pondering and careful attention.

  74  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft] to Herbert Marshall McLuhan
Windsor; my dear McLuhan. Thank you for all the great trouble you have taken: and it was indeed good news that you [?] successfully

  74  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft] to Herbert Marshall McLuhan
Windsor; My dear McLuhan. So far I have been unable to think of any commission for your New York trip.

  74  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft] to Rene Muller
Windsor; My dear Dr. Muller. I much enjoyed our little talk and hoped that you would not forget your promise to write to me:

  74  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft] to [?] Williams
Windsor; Dear Mr. Williams. I must apologize for the long delay: but the expert confirmation I wished to obtain was not

  74  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft] to [?] Sexton
Windsor; Dear Mrs. Sexton. Long ago I should have written to thank you for the delightful evening I passed with you

  74  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft] to Thomas Cook & Son
Windsor; Dear Sirs. Why you should think that you are privileged to write me a bullying and offensive letter I do not know:

  74  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft] to Charles Nagel, Jr.
Windsor; Dear Mr. Nagel. Thank you for your letter of Dec.20, which I am only now answering because of the Christmas recess.

  74  
Lewis, Wyndham TL[copy, fragment] to [Unknown]
Windsor; ... demand a modicum of understanding or at least not to be additionally harassed on account of what I have done

  74  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft, fragment] to [?] Lehman
St. Louis; ... I shall be here in St. Louis for 2 or 3 weeks longer. By Sept 15 I should be able to travel West.

  74  
Lewis, Wyndham TL[draft] to Mrs. Alexander Swinton Paterson
Windsor; Dear Mrs. Paterson. Thank you so much for your postcard - my side of it I mean. At least I know by the weather here

  74  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft, fragment] to [Unknown]
Windsor; ... capacity of lecture - promotion for the Windsor [?] Club, that way other members of your staff will come to recognize me,

  74  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft] to Herbert Marshall McLuhan
Windsor; Dear McLuhan. Your letter of Jan.1st has just turned up and I am delighted to hear that the Wednesday Club has overcome Nagel's objections.

  74  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft] to Mary Campbell
Windsor; My dear Mary C. Your letter was a welcome reminder of friends I have not seen for far too long.

  74  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft] to Waldemar Gurian
Windsor; Dear Mr. Gurian. I have your letter of Dec. 30 and was most flattered and pleased that you should want a contribution from me

  74  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft] to Felix Giovanelli
Windsor; Dear Giovanelli. Thee temptation to accept your incredibly generous offer to occupy your apartment while in St. Louis

  74  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft]S to Herbert Marshall McLuhan
Windsor; Dear McL. (Mack is not too matey but it is too generic. I have known so many "Macks" - it blurs the image.

  74  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft] & TLS to Edgar P. Richardson
Windsor; My dear Mr. Richardson. Yesterday I had not time to speak to you about the lecture-cheque, but the fact is that that amount would be particularly handy just now.

  74  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft] to Waldemar Gurian
Windsor; Dear Dr. Gurian. I must have misread your earlier letter: I cannot of course write an article to be sent "on approval", [On same side AL[draft] to Herbert Marshall McLuhan. With photostat of leaf.]

  74  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft] to Rene Muller
Windsor; My dear Mr. Muller. Over Christmas & New York my wife & myself have experienced much distress,

  74  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft, fragment] to War Artists Advisory Committee
Windsor; Dear Sirs. The purpose of this letter is to secure your permission that I work for considerably longer, say a period of six months,

  74  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft] to Malcolm MacDonald
Windsor; Dear Macdonald. You must excuse me for the delay in answering your letter, but I have to write this carefully

  74  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft] to W. R. Valentiner
Windsor; Dear Mr. Valentiner. Thank you for the telegram. The people at Assumption have just informed me that the cheque was actually

  74  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft] to [?] Hettage
Windsor; Dear Miss Hettage. I have no slides, but if you had a few of "abstractist" canvases I could make use of them.

  74  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft] to Mrs. Alfred Shaw
Windsor; My dear Mrs. Shaw. Thank you for your letter and I should like very much to address the meeting

  74  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft]S to Felix Giovanelli
Windsor; My dear Giovanelli. At present I am engaged upon the problems connected with moving

  74  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft] to Gladys Culbertson
Windsor; My dear Miss Culbertson. Thank you for your invitation to address the Detroit Library Staff Association. [With photostat.]

  74  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft] to [?] Cruise
Windsor; My dear Miss Cruise. Enclosed is the cheque for your father, with a little note [On verso of leaf AL[draft] to Mr. Cruise.]

  74  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft] to Gladys Culbertson
Windsor; My dear Miss Culbertson. March 7, 10 A. M. will do excellently. At last to be talking to people

  74  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft]S to Herbert Marshal McLuhan
Windsor; My dear McL. We have been racking our brains as to how to meet this new situation.

  74  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft] to Charles Nagel, Jr.
[St. Louis] My dear Mr. Nagel. Thank you very much for the cheque, received yesterday,

  74  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft] to [?] Cruise
St. Louis; My dear Miss Cruise. Getting off was a nightmare of hustle & I forgot to send you the keys.

  74  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft] to J. Stanley Murphy
St. Louis; My dear Father Murphy. Constantly since my arrival here I have been on the point of writing you

  74  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft] to Mrs. Alfred Shaw
Windsor; Dear Mrs. Shaw. It has occurred to me that it would be a good thing to have a folder,

  74  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft] to Theodore Spencer
Windsor; Dear Spencer. I am getting a folder printed, in connection with my lectures. [On verso are 4 AL[draft] to Charles Nagel, Jr., Mrs. Knight, W. R. Valentiner and J. Stanley Murphy. With photostat of recto side of leaf.]

  74  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft] to Pauline Bondy
St. Louis; My dear Pauline. Enclosed money order for five dollars. Since arriving have been immersed in organizing

  74  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft] to [?] Parker
St. Louis; Dear Dr. Parker. Thank you for the cheque for 500 dollars, duly received by me.

  74  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft] to J. Stanley Murphy
St. Louis; My dear Father Murphy. Many tasks have intervened since I got back here, to delay me writing,

  74  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft] to J. Stanley Murphy
St. Louis; My Father Murphy. Thank you for your letter which I hasten to answer: (it arrived Sunday,

  74  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft] to T. S. Eliot
St. Louis; My dear Eliot. Thank you for your letter, forwarded me here, where I am engaged in some portrait-work.

  74  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft] to Frances Graham
St. Louis; Dear Mrs. Graham. We have been away for the week-end or I should have acknowledged your kind letter

  74  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft] to Malcolm MacDonald
St. Louis; Dear MacDonald. Your letter only reached me a short while ago: I have never given the Assumption College

  74  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft] to Edna Gellhorn
St. Louis; My dear Mrs. Gellhorn. We are back, and thank you for being so kind as to personal deliver your note

  74  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft] to Malcolm MacDonald
St. Louis; Dear Mr. Macdonald. Your last letter reached me, forwarded from Assumption,

  74  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft] to Pauline Bondy
St. Louis; My dear Pauline. Was sorry not to see you. When do you go off to your holidays?

  74  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft] to W. H. Auden
St. Louis; Dear Auden. As you know I expect I have been over here some time. What I am anxious to get at this moment is a job

  74  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft] to Louis I Bredvold
St. Louis; Dear Professor Bredbold. You will remember we met near Detroit - to hear about Venus & Adonis. I am down here in St. Louis

  74  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft] to Felix Giovanelli
St. Louis; Dear Giovanelli. Your letter to hand. You and I know perfectly well why my wife & self left your apartment

  74  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft] to Herbert Marshall McLuhan
St. Louis; Dear McLuhan. Reflecting upon our conversation morning at my studio, which clarified my rather happy knowledge

  74  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft] to Herbert Marshall McLuhan
St. Louis; Dear McLuhan. I am now put in the position of forcing upon you an arrangement which you obviously do not desire

  74  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft] & TL[copy, fragment] to Malcolm McDonald
St. Louis; Dear Mr. Macdonald. Your letter informing me of the despatch of our correspondence to London duly reached me.

  74  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft] to Harriet Sandri
St. Louis; Dear Mrs. Sandri. McLuhan has shown me in your letter, in which you so kindly explore the possibilities of a post in a university

  74  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft] to [?] Stix
St. Louis; My dear Mrs. Stix. I am delighted to learn that I am to paint the portrait - to start with of yourself.

  74  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft] to Basil Taylor
St. Louis; Dear Dr. Taylor. I have been so fortunate as to obtain new and important work here in St. Louis.

  74  
Lewis, Wyndham TLS to Harriet Sandri
St. Louis; Dear Mrs. Sandri. It was extraordinarily kind of you to make the contacts you have on my behalf,

  74  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft]S to J. Stanley Murphy
St. Louis; Dear Father Murphy. Mea culpa! - but will you allow me to skip Thursday 6th (as I saw in the program of work you sent

  74  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft]S to J. Stanley Murphy
St. Louis; Dear Father Murphy. We shall be arriving Detroit as before around 10.30 on Monday 17 July

  74  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft] to John Burgess
Windsor; Dear Mr. Burgess. Your letter arrived duly and gave me great pleasure. I have delayed my answer until I had a weekend

  74  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft] to Gerty T. Cori
Windsor; My dear Mrs. Cori. Thank you for your letter. It will be an exciting mement when I first gaze at the colour block

  74  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft] to A. Swinton Pateron
Windsor; My dear Mr. Paterson. First of all please thank your wife for her postcard, with the message telling me of the receipt

  74  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft] to J. Stanley Murphy
St. Louis; My dear Father Murphy. Thank you for your letter. We were sorry not to see you on the 25th but at the end of the week

  74  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft] to Gerty T. Cori
Windsor; My dear Mrs. Cori. Your life in the Rockies sounded very pleasant. Finding Old Vienna fossilized in those savage regions -

  74  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft] to [?] Stix
Windsor; Dear Mrs. Stix. We were leaving today but are delaying our departure until Sunday morning (Wabash) [On same leaf, same side is AL[draft] to Mrs. A. Swinton Paterson and AL[draft] to Lee Hildebrand, both same date.]

  74  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft] to A. Swinton Paterson
St. Louis; Dear Mr. Paterson. We have withdrawn to our base at above address, which is much cheaper & more comfortable.

  74  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft] to U.S. Immigration Office, Detroit
St. Louis; Dear Sirs. To the enclosed forms I need add nothing I think. Mrs. Ernest Stix is the wife of the president

  74  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft, photostat] to Pauline Bondy
St. Louis; My dear Pauline. Excuse this letter so long after yours: but among other things a temporary

  74  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft] to Dwight MacDonald
St. Louis; Dear Mr. Macdonald. Thank you for your letter and I am very obliged to you for putting me on your free list.

  74  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft] to John Brett Robey
St. Louis; Dear Mr. Robey. Your method of addressing me - namely "Mr. D. B. Wyndham Lewis" - I find gratuitously offensive.

  74  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft] to John Brett Robey
St. Louis; Dear Mr. Robey. I am not, as you are aware, Mr. Dominic Bevan Wyndham Lewis: I shall work a little more

  74  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft] to Lee Hildebrand
St. Louis; Dear Sir. I am in receipt of your note, requesting me to vacate this room on the 25th of this month.

  74  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft] to Paul Martin
St. Louis; My dear Mr. Martin. Thank you for your letter: I should like to do a portrait of your wife, you may be sure,

  74  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft] to [?] Stix
St. Louis; Dear Mrs. Stix. Regarding our last talk on telephone, there is something I perhaps should have said at the time.

  74  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft] to Basil Taylor
St. Louis; Dear Mr. Taylor. Your secretary told me this morning on the telephone , as she did yesterday, that you were teaching

  74  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft] to Alfred Barr, Jr.
St. Louis; Dear Barr. Enclosed colour-plate of my portrait of Dr. Joseph Erlanger, who has just received the Nobel Prize 1944 award

  74  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft] to to A. Swinton Paterson
St. Louis; Dear Mr. Paterson. Enclosed a money-order for fifty dollars: I hope you won't mind if I send you only this today

  74  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft] to James Johnson Sweeney
St. Louis; Dear Sweeney. I was pleased to hear that you were in the same place, even if other people are not in the same place.

  74  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft] to Lee Hildebrand
St. Louis; Dear Sir. This is to acknowledge the receipt of your note. It was quite unnecessary if you had other plans for my room, [On verso is AL[draft] to E. G. Fenner, Nov.13, 1944.]

  74  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft] to Gerty T. Cori
St. Louis; Dear Mrs. Cori. My "Mrs. Stix" is really a good one, and I am very anxious not to spoil the effect by showing it prematurely.

  74  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft] to Washington University Library
St. Louis; Dear Madam. Mrs. Giovanalli lent me a book, named "The Lion & the Fox," which she had taken out of the college library.

  74  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft] to Archibald MacLeish
St. Louis; Dear McLeish [sic]. Thank you for your note. - As to my movements, I have a woman & a child to finish painting here

  74  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft] to James Johnson Sweeney
St. Louis; My dear Sweeney. It was a great pleasure having a word from you. As to a swing eastward: it is my intention to effect that

  74  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft] to Malcolm MacDonald
St. Louis; Dear Madconald. First let me apolgize for the delay in answering your letter. I have literally not had to spare energy

  74  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft] to Archibald MacLeish
St. Louis; Dear MacLeish. My work will be over here in a few days. Will you be in Washington on Wednesday or Thursday next week?

  74  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft] to A. Swinton Paterson
St. Louis; Dear Mr. Paterson. As I have just been paid for my large portrait, I hasten to send you what remains of my debt

  74  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft] to Gerty T. Cori
St. Louis; Dear Mrs. Cori. Tomorrow (Tuesday) morning I have to go to Washington & back. Shall be away 3 days or so. [On same side of left AL[draft] to Lee Hildbrand, Nov.4, 1944.]

  74  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft] to E. G. Fenner
St. Louis; Dear Sir. Your letter approving my request for an extension of my stay here until Dec.10 duly arrived. [On same side of leaf AL[draft] to Paul Martin, [Dec.4, 1944] With photostat of sme.]

  74  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft] to Malcolm MacDonald
St. Louis; Dear Malcolm Macdonald. Please forgive me for my delaying in answering your letter. We leave here in 4 days time

  74  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft] to [E. G. Fenner]
Windsor; Dear Sir. Enclosed is the last communication I received from you, granting an extension of my stay in the U.S. A. up to Dec.10, 1944

  74  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft] to Archibald MacLeish
Windsor; Dear MacLeish. Have you weathered the grotesque storm I read about in the press? I hope so. Here is a safe permanent address:

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1945-June 1946
  75  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft,fragment] to [Marshall McLuhan?]
Windsor; ... but about this: - Do you think that it would be any use showing this letter to Cleanth Brooks? You have my permission,

  75  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft] to Malcolm MacDonald
[London?] Dear Macdonald. Since my return I have plunged into labours which have just terminated, and it has been impossible for me

  75  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft] to Paul Martin
Windsor; Dear Mr. Martin. Today I worked out several poses, and at your wife's suggestion tried out the idea with beige suit.

  75  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft] to Lord [?]
[London?] My Lord. I am the writer and painter, and, as it happens, your tenant at the above studio. Just before the war I went to America,

  75  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft] to Lee Hildebrand
Windsor; Dear Mr. Hildebrand. Our 3 pieces of heavy luggage have so far not arrived in Detroit, it being 2 week's last Saturday

  75  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft] to [Lord ?]
[London]; Dear Sir. I must apologize for the delay in answering your communication of Dec.14, but I thought I had sent it to my lawyer

  75  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft] to Louis I. Bredvold
[Windsor]; Dear Professor Bredvold. Thank you very much for your letter, and March 7th would perhaps be the best date for me.

  75  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft] to Gerty T. Cori
Windsor; My dear Mrs. Cori. Owing to something that retarded the development of what we know as Hildebrand, [On verso AL[draft] to Allen Tate, Jan.29, 1945. With 2 photostats of each side of leaf.]

  75  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft] to Edgar P. Richardson
Ottowa; Dear Richardson. Stopping in above hotel for a week anyway. After that may bo to Hull.

  75  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft] to Herbert Marshall McLuhan
Windsor; Dear McLuhan. You have made it impossible for me to give my lecture which had nothing to do with you [Two versions of letter.]

  75  
Lewis, Wyndham TLS to Herbert Marshall McLuhan
Windsor; Dear Mr. McLuhan. In a small community, where everybody knows everybody else, [Second version of letter in folder 10.

  75  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft] to J. Stanley Murphy
Windsor; Dear Father Murphy. I enclose a copy of letter Paulus & Mr. McLuhan since the matters

  75  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft] to [?] Paulus
Windsor; Dear Mr. Paulus. I would be glad if you would let me know from what quarter you, or whoever,

  75  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft] to Paul Martin
Windsor; Dear Mr. Martin. The picture of your wife, under the difficult conditions that you know,

  75  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft] to Paul Martin
Windsor; Dear Mr. Martin. For the next few days I must be free to extricate myself from the muddle

  75  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft] to A. J. M. Smith
Windsor; Dear Smith. Yesterday morning I received your letter (at the hotel0. Had to go to Grosse Pointe

  75  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft] & TL[draft]S to Paul Martin
Windsor; Dear Mr. Martin. On Sunday afternoon of Feb. 17th you visited me. I offered to accompany you to Detroit

  75  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft] to Paul Martin
Windsor; Dear Mr. Martin. I cannot allow you to make statements of that kind. You will hear from me,

  75  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft] to Paul Martin
Windsor; Dear Mr. Martin. I just have no time to answer you, nor have I had for the past ten days.

  75  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft] to T. S. Eliot
Windsor; My dear Eliot. Here is a reliable address, to which letters my be dispatched

  75  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft] to Augustus John
Windsor; My dear John. What are you doing? Do any Y2 bombs visit Fordingbridge - they have real

  75  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft] to Sir John Rothenstein
Windsor; Dear Rothenstein. To my great regret I saw in a Canadian paper that your father was dead.

  75  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft] to Myfanwy Piper
Windsor; Dear Mrs. Piper. In the article in one place & perhaps two (I cannot find my cartoon) [On verso AL[draft] to Meary James Thurairajah Tambimuttu, March 27, 1945.]

  75  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft] to Allen Tate
Windsor; Dear Mr. Tate. The article went off yesterday, and I hope will reach you tomorrow Friday.

  75  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft] to Felix Giovanelli
Windsor; Dear Giovanelli. It was the painting, not the drawing, I did for you & you paid for.

  75  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft] to Allen Tate
Windsor; Dear Mr. Tate. Thank you for your letter and cheque. It gave me great pleasure

  75  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft] to Allen Tate
Ottawa; Dear Mr. Tate. As you will see, I have moved up here to Ottawa. The uprooting process

  75  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft] to Edgar P. Richardson
Ottawa; Dear Richarson. The receipt of your letter was a most unexpected blow. I have now I think,

  75  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft] to Allen Tate
Ottawa; Dear Tate. (Yes let us unmister ourselves!) Your letter to hand and I should like to do something

  75  
Lewis, Wyndham TL[draft]S to Augustus John
Ottawa; My dear John. Your letter cheered me up - it is excellent to be reminded that there is,

  75  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft] to Allen Tate
Ottawa; Dear Tate. At Customs today they informed me I had to pay just on 2 dollars

  75  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft] to Allen Tate
Ottawa; Dear Tate. What fun it would be if I were in Servance! I was delighted at your suggestion,

  75  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft] to Leonard Brockington
Ottawa; Dear Mr. Brockington. The portrait idea is not feasible, I fear, in these regions.

  75  
Lewis, Wyndham TL[copy] to Sir Nicholas Waterhouse
London; Dear Docker. Here is the Times Literary Supplement Special number, containing,

  75  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft] to Sir Nicholas Waterhouse
London; Thank you for telegram which was a great shock. I had no idea poor Moy's condition was so critical.

  75  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft]S to Lady Audrey Waterhouse
London; Dear Mov. Since my visit much has happened but finally I'm back where I was before,

  75  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft]S to Sir Nicholas Waterhouse
London; My dear Docker. I can't say much to you, you know that. Suddenly to learn of Mov's death

  75  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft]S to Allen Tate
London; My dear Tate. Thank god I am back here at last and at work. First serving much for 6 years.

  75  
Lewis, Wyndham TL[draft] to Allen Gwynne-Jones
London; Dear Gwynn-Jones. Thank you for your letter. As to portrait of Ezra Pound, for the C.E.M.A. show

  75  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft] to T. S. Eliot
London; Dear Eliot. This place is now habitable. How about coming up some evening soon.

  75  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft] to Allen Gwynne-Jones
London; My dearear Gwynne-Jones. The post office inform me that, owing to shortage of labour, they are unable

  75  
Lewis, Wyndham ALS to [J. John Bros.]
London; Dear Sirs. In answer to your request for payment of an account to J. John Bros. I am enclosing

  75  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft] & TL[draft] to Naomi Mitchison
London; Dear Naomi. It was very pleasant to hear of your multifarious activities and feel oneself not too far away:

  75  
Lewis, Wyndham TL[copy] to Mervyn Lewis
London; Dear Mr. Lewis. Enclosed is copy of note re.rates. - This flat was rented me bby Vincent Harley, Estate Agents,

  75  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft] to Council of the Royal Borough of Kensington, Treasurer
London; Dear Sir. This matter is in the hands of my lawyer, [Bend?], Longstaffe, and Fenwick. 15 Berners St. W.

  75  
Lewis, Wyndham TL[copy]S to Mervyn Lewis
London; Dear Mr. Lewis. "The Council of the Royal Borough of Kensington demand payment" etc. This appears to be it.

  75  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft] & TL[copy] to Mervyn Lewis
London; Dear Mr. Lewis. The Council of the Royal Borough of Kensigton have not waited for your reply to their letter,

  75  
Lewis, Wyndham TL[copy]S toMervyn Lewis
London; Dear Mr. Lewis. My wife has found the agreement with Mr. Philip Thompson. Two facts of importance are thereby established.

  75  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft] to T. S. Eliot
London; Dear Eliot. What of that earnings we were going to spend together? I suggest some evening next week, say Wednesday -

  75  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft] & TL[copy] to Ian McPherson
London; Dear Dr. McPhersosn. There are all the signs of a frightful and prolonged fog, so the ends of health might be defeated

  75  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft] to Augustus John
London; My dear John. It is good to hear that you are up here at last & within reach. But so far I have not succeeded in reaching you

  75  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft] to Philip Toynbee
London; Dear Mr. Toynbee. Thank you for your letter. On Monday I am coming down to Nicholson and Watson in the afternoon.

  75  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft] to Edgar P. Richardson
London; My dear Richardson. Here I am, back and hard at work again. Long ago I should have written you but have been putting off

  75  
Le54wis, Wyndham AL[draft] to Allen Tate
London; Dear Tate. This is to convey to you all ceasonable wishes for the New York. I have been postponing letters to America

  75  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft] to Ernest Blaikley
London; Dear Blaikley. I have been in the coutnry and on my return find your very kind offer of pre-first-war brushes awaiting me.

  75  
Lewis, Wyndham TL[draft]S to Meary James Thurairajah Tambimuttu
London; Dear Tambimuttu. Before Easter your secretary wrote me that a new contract would b3e forwarded me at the beginning of the following week.

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Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft, fragment] to [Editions Poetry, London]
London; ... The point of all this is not that I shall have had to wait a long time to see my book in print. Many writers have reason to complain of that.

  75  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft] to Michael Swann
London; Dear Mr. Swann. Here is the last of the mss. It's delivery has been greatly delayed by illness (not my own).

  75  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft] to Michael Swann
London; Dear Mr. Swann. A single copy of proofs arrived a short while ago. I don't know if this was the complimentary copy:

  75  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft] to Meary James Thurairajah Tambimuttu
London; Dear Tambi. I cannot, I am afraid, hang on until the day after tomorrow. Please represent to whoever it is deals with these things

  75  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft] to Meary James Thurairajah Tambimuttu
London; My dear Tambi. As to book : I write it night & day. I do not go out at all, and recently I have worked till 11.30 p.m.

  75  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft] to Duncan MacDonald
London; Dear Macdonald. It is with the greatest reluctance I break in upon your brief holiday with what I laughingly call business,

  75  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft] to Duncan MacDonald
London; Dear Macdonald. It is with the greatest reluctance I break in upon your brief holiday with what I laughingly call business, [variation of letter in folder 62]

  75  
Lewis, Wyndham TLS to Mervyn Lewis
London; Dear Mr. Lewis. In reply to your note, just to hand. (I) On Monday I hand in the concluding chapters of my book about America,

  75  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft] to Meary James Thurairajah Tambimuttu
London; Tambi. A number of notes I had mislaid were suddenly discovered. It seemed to me worth while to incorporate those

  75  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[facsimile]S to Marie Sturge Moore
London; Dear Marie Moore! Your letter gave me a big pang. What charming days those were compared with these, as you say.

  75  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft] to Meary James Thurairajah Tambimuttu
London; Dear Tambi. I have now finished correcting proofs. The proofs are packed with mistakes -wrong letters (a d for K etc.)

  75  
Lewis, Wyndham TLS to Geoffrey Grigson
London; My dear Grigson. I was glad to hear from you and of course would be delighted to see you. Campbell in his blurred and

  75  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft] to Meary James Thurairajah Tambimuttu
London; Dear Tambimuttu. I was surprised today that you were not present but remained upstairs when Mrs. Roberts acquainted me

  75  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft] & AL[draft]S to T. S. Eliot
London; Dear Eliot. I return the cheque which happily was not needed - none the less grateful for the kind offer. What has happened

  75  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft] to [?] van der Kruick
London; My dear Van der Kruik. It was with the greatest relief and pleasure that I received your letter, and learnt of your safety

  75  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft] to Allen Tate
London; My dear Tate. For five months I have been struggling to get a book finished in time so that it should get published

  75  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft] to Myfanwy Piper
London; Dear Mrs. Piper. Thank you for your letter & the cheque for 50 [pounds]. I am without a bank not for long I hope;

  75  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft] to Norman Furlong
London; Dear Mr. Furlong. I am sorry to hear you have so much difficulty about cost. By all means put me down for some sum [On same side of leaf is AL[draft] to [Unknown], March 30, 1946. With photostat of both.]

  75  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft] to Meary James Thurairajah Tambimuttu
London;Dear Tambimuttu. Before Easter your secretary wrote me that a new contract would be forwarded me at the beginning [Same TLS in folder 56.]

  75  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft] to Michael Swann
London; Dear Mr. Swann. At last the remainder of the galleys have arrived. With them was a note from Mrs. Scott asking for a blurb.

  75  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft] to Meary James Thurairajah Tambimuttu
London; Dear Tambimuttu. I don't know if you got a letter I wrote you about 2 weeks ago. In it I asked you to have that item altered [On verso AL[draft] to Ernest Blaikley, Apr.9, 1946.]

  75  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft] to Myfanwy Piper
London; Dear Mrs. Piper. When is Pavilion to appear? Since, as you may have remarked, I am accorded a minimum of advertisement

  75  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft] to Meary James Thurairajah Tambimuttu
London; Dear Tambimuttu. I was very sorry to learn that the difficulties encompassing P. L. have so increased as to prevent you attending

  75  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft] to Myfanwy Piper
London; Dear Mrs. Piper. Thank you for your letter, with approximate date of publication of Pavilion. - I am doing new work but at present [On verso AL[draft] to Ernest Blaikley, Apr.22, 1946 and AL[draft] to Dr. Weinsberg, Apr.22, 1946. With photostat cut in two of verso letters.]

  75  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft] to [Unknown]
London; Dear Sirs. Mr. Duncan Macdonald, of the Reid Lefevre Galleries, Bond Street, has given me your address. [On verso is AL[draft] to War Artists Advisory Committee, April 27, 1946. With photostat of verso.]

  75  
Lewis, Wyndham ALS to T. S. Eliot
London; My dear Tom. Thank you for your note & the enclosed spistle from Ezra. I will of course write to him at once.

  75  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft] to T. S. Eliot
London; My dear Tom. Thank you for your note & the enclosed spistle from Ezra. I will of course write to him at once. [Draft of letter in folder 82, with AL[draft] to Nigel Tagye, April 29, 1946 on same side. With photostat of leaf.]

  75  
Lewis, Wyndham TLS to Sir John Rothenstein
London; Dear Rothenstein, Thank you for your note, and I have been wondering too how you were getting on, and especially had wished to see that article

  75  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft] to Aitken Dott & Son
London; Dear Sirs. Thank you for the 4 brushes. If you can send me some moree as and when you get them I shall be greatly obliged: [On verso AL[draft] to Ernest Blaiklley, May 11, 1946. With photostat of verso.]

  75  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft] to Sir John Rothenstein
London; Dear Rothenstein. Thank you for your note, and I have been wondering how you were getting on, and especially had wished to see that article [Draft of letter in folder 84.]

  75  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft] to Meary James Thurairajah Tambimuttu
London; Dear Tambimuttu. Your note susrprised and rather startled me. I did not know the end was so near. - But let me once more

  75  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft] toMervyn Lewis
London; Dear Mr. Lewis. I enclose a money order (33.15.0[pounds]) for the rent, which is due this week. I shall be telephoning you

  75  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft] & TL[copy] to Ezra Pound
London; My dear old Ezra. How are you, and what are you doing with yourself. T. S. Eliot sent along your letter and I was rejoiced

  76  
July 1946-October 1947
  76  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft] to Dr. [?] Weinberg
London; Dear Dr. Weinberg. I enclose 25.4.0 [pounds], with many apologies for delay. A period of great difficulty, now happily at an end,

  76  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft] to Duncan MacDonald
London; Dear Macdonald. Should you go to Switzerland - why not postpone trip for one week & get stronger?

  76  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft] & TL[copy, fragment] & TL[copy] to Meary James Thurairajah Tambimuttu
London; Dear Tambimuttu. My meeting with you in the street the other day was productive - as is most dealings with you -

  76  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft] to James Agee
London; Dear Agee. A letter (a copy of which I enclose) has just reached me from the "Time" office in London. John, in his kind,

  76  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft] & TL[copy] to Naomi Mitchison
London; Dear Naomi. It is anumber of months since I have seen your face, except in paint that is in the portrait of your fair self, [With photostate of draft, recto.]

  76  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft] & TL[copy] to Allen Tate
London; Dear Tate. Many thanks for your note. The proofs of my article arrived and have been air-mailed back. So at last that piece

  76  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft] & TL[copy] to William Carlos Williams
London; Dear Mr. Williams. Your letter of May 30 reached me only yesterday, as I have been moving about. It gave me great pleasure

  76  
Lewis, Wyndham TL[copy] to [?] Roberts
London; Dear Mr. Roberts. It is quite impossible to hold any sensible communication with your colleague Tambimuttu: so I must turn to you.

  76  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft] to George Wiedenfield
London; Dear Mr. Wiedenfeld. After my talk with you on the telephone I told one or two people that an article of music was appearing

  76  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft] to Myfanwy Piper
London; Dear Mrs. Piper. You said Pavilion was appearing in September.So far, however no proofs of my article have turned up. [With AL[draft] Edgar P. Richardson, Aug.14, 1946 on same side and AL[draft] to Allen Tate, Aug.14, 1946 on verso of leaf.]

  76  
Lewis, Wyndham TL[copy] to Myfanwy Piper
London; Dear Mrs. Piper. You said Pavilion was appearing in September. ... [Same as draft letter in folder 10 but without other two letters.]

  76  
Lewis, Wyndham TL[copy] to Edgar P. Richardson
London;

Dear Richardson. Just a hasty note to enquire what has happened to my painting - now so long overdue. Thank you for your letter and for the catalogue

  76  
Lewis, Wyndham TLS to Felix Giovanelli
London; Dear Giovanelli. Things grew ever more complicated in America and the effort to get back here absorbed all my energies.

  76  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft] to Duncan MacDonald
London; Dear Macdonald. I was delighted to hear that your stay in Switzerland had done you good. In future I hope you will be very careful [With AL[draft] to Dr. Ian McPherson, Aug.27, 1946, on same side and AL[draft] to Felix Giovanelli, Aug.27, 1946 on verso. Also photostate of rector of leaf.]

  76  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft] to Meary James Thurairajah Tambimuttu
London; Dear Tambimuttu. I have received your letter, and I will answer it fully, immediately I receive your answer to the question. [With AL[draft to Myfancwy Piper, Aug.27, 1946 and AL[draft] to Dwight MacDonald, Aug.27, 1946 on same side and AL[draft] to Allen Tate, Aug.27, 1946 on verso.]

  76  
Lewis, Wyndham TLS to Dwight Macdonald
London; Dear Mr. Macdonald. While I was in America I had meant to come to New York again, and should have made a point of seeing you.

  76  
Lewis, Wyndham TL[copy] to Allen Tate
London; My dear Tate. The page-proofs of my American book left by registered mail at same time as my letter to you.

  76  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft] to Meary James Thurairajah Tambimuttu
London; Dear Tambimuttu. You send me a typical reply to my request for a straightforward answer to my question, namely, [On verso AL[draft] to Dr. Ian McPherson, Sept.4, 1946 and AL[draft] to Mervyn Lewis, Sept.4, 1946.]

  76  
Lewis, Wyndham TL[copy] to Meary James Thurairajah Tambimuttu
London; Dear Tambimuttu. You send me a typical reply to my request for a straightforward answer to my question, namely, [Typed version of draft in folder 18.]

  76  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft] to [Chatto & Windus?]
London; Dear Sirs. My book "The Art of Being Ruled," is no longer [procurate?] I understand. According to our contract,

  76  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft] & TLS[copy] to Desmond Flower
London; Dear Flower. Here is the formal note, then. My two books, "The Revenge for Love," and "Men Without Art," you tell me are out of print.

  76  
Lewis, Wyndham TLS to Desmond Flower
London; Dear Flower. Here is the formal note, then. My two books, "The Revenge for Love," and "Men Without Art," you tell me are out of print. [Signed letter as in folder 21.]

  76  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft] to Allen Tate
London; My dear Tate. The proofs sall be turning up in New York quite soon now. Several things have occurred to me recently [On verso AL[draft] to Meary James Thurairajah Tambimuttu, Sept.15, 1946.]

  76  
Lewis, Wyndham TL[copy] to Allen Tate
London; My dear Tate. The proofs sall be turning up in New York quite soon now. Several things have occurred to me recently [Typed version of letter in folder 23.]

  76  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft] to Augustus John
London; My dear John. Avoiding the crowd on Tursday, I went to see your sisters things on Friday. I did not know her work [With photostat.]

  76  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft] to Felix Giovanelli
London; Dear Giovanelli. The fever of my six years stay in America is abeting; I am now getting a little straight. So how about this picture [With AL[draft] to Israel Citkowitz, Sept.24, 1946 on same side and AL[draft] to Ezra Pound, Sept.24, 1946 on verso.]

  76  
Lewis, Wyndham TLS & TL[copy] to Israel Citkowitz
London; My dear Citkowitz. I wonder if the passing of six years finds you in the same place? My movements after leaving N.Y. were erratic

  76  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft] to Felix Giovanelli
London; Dear Giovanelli. The fever of my six years stay in America is abeting; I am now getting a little straight. So how about this picture [Typed version of draft in folder 26.]

  76  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft] & TL[copy] to Augustus John
London; My dear John. You may mot have got my other note before leaving Fordingbridge. Your daughter tells me you are off next Monday,

  76  
Lewis, Wyndham TL[copy] & TL[copy] to Ezra Pound
London; Dear Pound. Unless I answer letters quickly, I am apt to lose them, and I have lost Dorothy's. What is her address?

  76  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft] & TL[copy] to Nigel Tangye
London; My dear Tange. Your postcard has just arrived. It is tremendously kind of you to send me brushes. My stock is getting lower

  76  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft] & TLS & TL[copy] to Allen Tate
London; My dear Tate. Your letter reached me last night. Its contents pleased me very much: for that Holt would like to publish a book of mine

  76  
Lewis, Wyndham TL[copy] to Allen Tate
London; My dear Tate. Your letter reached me last night. Its contents pleased me very much: for that Holt would like to publish a book of mine [Another typed copy of letter in folder 32.]

  76  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft] to Augustus John
London; Dear John. Thank you for your letter. I am extremely glad the outline of my plans meet with your approval. I will write you again

  76  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft] to Desmond Flower
London; Dear Flower. How about "Men Without Art"? Sincerely,

  76  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft] & AL[draft] & TL[copy] & TL[copy, fragment] to Augustus John
London; My dear John. So you are only just off - instead of -- as I first thought upon receiving your letter - prematurely back.

  76  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft] & TL[copy] to Desmond Flower
London; Dear Flower. I have your letter. I must say I think it is exceedingly unfair, as you most obviously take no interest in the book

  76  
Lewis, Wyndham TLS to Desmond Flower
London; Dear Flower. I have your letter. I must say I think it is exceedingly unfair, as you most obviously take no interest in the book [Typed signed version of same letter in folder 37.]

  76  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft] & TL[copy]S to Augustus John
London; My dear John.Your card, announcing your move into the Mas, just arrived. "Le Robinson" has an inviting look,

  76  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft] to Desmond Flower
London; Dear Flower. Thank you for waiving the three months interval, so that I can arrange at once for the publication of "Men Without Art".

  76  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft]S to Augustus John
London; Dear John. Very many thanks for the photographs. Edwin & Dylan Thomas make excellent pair. The menu of the "Robinson",

  76  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft] & AL[draft] to Geoffrey Grigson
London; Dear Grigson. Your broadcast last night was first-class propaganda for me, for which I am most grateful. [With photostat of shorter version (appears to be first one).]

  76  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft] to A. M. Heath & Co.
London; Dear Sirs. Is mr. Cyrus Brooks with you now or not? Faithfully, [With AL[draft] to Mervyn Lewis, Nov.13, 1946, on same side, AL[draft] to Allen Tate, Nov.13, 1946 on both sides plus second leaf, and AL[draft to Allan Gwynne-Jones, Nov.13, 1946 on verso. Also photostat of leaf recto.]

  76  
Lewis, Wyndham TL[copy to Mervyn Lewis
London; Dear Mr. Lewis. I have had a violent visitation of the flu-cold. Am trying to get my papers in order (for which I have no time [Typed version of letter to Lewis in folder 43.]

  76  
Lewis, Wyndham TL[copy] to Allen Tate
London; Dear Tate. The writing of book no. 2 has been held up by journalism, broadcasting, and now by flu. Shall send you nothing [Typed version of letter to Tate in folder 43.]

  76  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft] & TLS to Geoffrey Grigson
London; Dear Grigson. Here is the de Tocqueville article. It is a copy of the Sewanee article, except that I was obliged,

  76  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft, fragment] to Sir Nicholas Waterhouse
London; Dear Docker. After my nine days of flu I went out in the moring to but a newspaper, and, in [cr?..] this filthy bottleneck

  76  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft]S to Sir Nicholas Waterhouse
London; Dear Docker. Thank you immensely for the cheque, which at this juncture makes all the difference. One just has to sit

  76  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft] to Paul Humphreys
London; Dear Mr. Humphreys. Thank you for your letter and I shall like very much to speak in your series "Liberty and the Individual"?

  76  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft] to Augustus John
London; Dear John. My compliments - your letter to the Times about the massacre of the pictures was timely, as such things fizzle out

  76  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft] to Geoffrey Grigson
London; Dear Grigson. Thank you foryour note. As the Oxford Press are to publish a "Democracy in American" a few sentences would have to be altered,

  76  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft] to Allen Tate
London; Dear Tate. It was very kind of you to airmail the mss. of "America and Cosmic Man." Did you I wonder see in a New York literary magazine

  76  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft] to Geoffrey Grigson
London; Dear Grigson. Very anxious to have more facts about the attacks on you by Sitwells. In the last instance it is also an attack on me.

  76  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft] to Augustus John
London; Dear John. I am moving round again now, thank goodness. Are you recovered and when will you be up in town? [On verso AL[draft] to Geoffrey Grigson, about Dec.15, 1946. With photostat of recto.]

  76  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft] to to Duncan Macdonald
[n.p.] Dear Macdonald. As it seems that you will be resting at home between now and your departure on Saturday, I must take desperate measures

  76  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft] to William Gaunt
London; Dear Gaunt. It was very nice to hear from you again. My movements have been uncertain for a week or two, which is why

  76  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft] to Felix Giovanelli
London; Dear Giovanelli. I am trying to do a hundred things at once - finish a long book, journalism, broadcsting, to [?] with lawyers [Also on first page is a crossed-out letter to William Gaunt. Plus photostat of recto of first page.]

  76  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft] to Paul Humphreys
London; Dear Mr. Humphreys. There seems to be a muddle as to who is responsible for payment of fee for broadcast -

  76  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft] & TL[copy] to Dwight MacDonald
London; Dear Mr. Macdonald. It is extremely kind of you to send me copies of Politics. A thing of Agees was terribly good I thought -

  76  
Lewis, Wyndham TL[fragment] to Dwight Macdonald.
London; It is extremely kind of you to send me copies of Politics. [Typed fragment of letter in folder 58.]

  76  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft] to Dorothy Pound
London; Dear Dorothy. Your letter vanished (which has just turned up, without apology) among the great mass of papers that at the time filled my studio

  76  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft] & TL[copy] to W. M. Mitchell
London; Dear Mr. Mitchell. As to the 2 letters from Roberts and Tambimutu. As was to be expected, they merely say that the fault is mine.

  76  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft] to Anna Kallin
London; Dear Miss Kallin. Thank you for your letter, and I should like to do a crisis talk. I should be delighted to have lunch with you

  76  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft] to Michael Ayrton
London; Dear Ayrton. I should have sent you this note sooner but for the demoralization which with me always accompanies "flu".

  76  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft] to Felix Giovanelli
London; Dear Gio. Your letter with its magnificent proposal has just arrived. This most kind and generous impulse of yours will certainly help us

  76  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft]S to Felix Giovanelli
London; Dear Giovanelli. Excuse the long delay in answering. The winter here is a whole-time job. All the pipes are on the outside of the houses:

  76  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft] to Allan Gwynne-Jones
London; My dear Gwynne Jones. You have my permission of course to use the Eliot portrait and the portrait of Miss Sitwell for your book.

  76  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft] to Avrion Mitchison
London; Dear Avrion. Maomi, your mama, thought you would care to come and show me what a big boy you had grown into, [On verso AL[draft] to Augustus John, April, 1947. With photostat of recto.]

  76  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft] to Pieter van der Kruik
London; Dear Van der Kruig[sic]. The other day I received a visit from Rohrmann who gave me rather alarming news about you.

  76  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft] to Naomi Mitchison
London; Dear Maomi. An influenza visitation leaves me a little jaded - before that I was to the exclusion of all else finishing a book,

  76  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft]S to Dorothy Pound
London; Dear Dorothy. At last I have discovered your address. The masses of papers in this studio have a way of engulfing epistles

  76  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft]S to Ezra Pound
London; Dear Ezra. I often think about you: and I have been writing about you too. At least a year must elapse however before the book

  76  
Lewis, Wyndham TL[draft] to Editions Poetry London
[n.p.] Mr Lewis (our client?) wishes to remind you that not once or twice, but repeatedly, he wrote you upon various matters [Written by Lewis for his lawyers to send.]

  76  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft] & TL[copy, fragment] to James Thrall Soby
London; Dear Mr. Soby. Geoffrey Grigson sent me along your letter of Feb. 24. I should have acted sooner but have been moving about.

  76  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft] to Allen Tate
London; My dear Tate. In a few days (probably 5 or 6) I shall be sending you the new book. It was handed in here two days ago,

  76  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft] to [Merwyn Lewis?]
London; Dear Sir. I am in receipt of your printed note inquiring what was due for rates on March 31 last. [Also on recto AL[draft] to Katherine Webb, April 27, 1947; on verso and second leaf AL[draft] to Allan Gwynne-Jones, April 27, 1947. With photostat of recto leaf of letters to Lewis and Webb.]

  76  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft, fragment] to Katherine Webb
London; Dear Mrs. Webb. There is a misunderstanding somewhere! Let us identify it before passing on to the business in hand. [Pages 3-4 lacking and anything after 5.]

  76  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft]S to W.M. Mitchell
London; Dear Mr. Mitchell. Enclosed is the rough draught of the letter to Nicholas Moore. I am awfully sorry to have to bother you [With AL[draft] to Moore.]

  76  
Lewis, Wyndham TL[copy] to Katherine Webb
London; Dear Mrs. Webb. It would be better for the momeent I think to confine ourselves to the main thing, namely the novel.

  76  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft] to Sir Nicholas Waterhouse
London; Dear Docker. Only yesterday I handed in my mss., 7 months late. This does not mean that I have been lying down on the job.

  76  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft] to T. W. Heath
London; Dear Heath. I thought I had better get a synopsis for you that would make clear my intention.

  76  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft] to [?] Knight
London; Dear Knight. Here is my address. If anything was bringing you to London, I hope you would drop me a line [Also on verso AL[draft] to George Yeats, June 28, 1947, and AL[draft] to Sir Kenneth Clark, June 28, 1947.]

  76  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft] to Wyndham Vint
London; Dear Mr. Vint. It was bad luck - or bad management, rather, for I should have notified you of my visit - not finding you in

  76  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft] to Allen Tate
London; My dear Tate. Thank you for your air-mail note: when I learnt that you were going away for 3 weeks on July 4

  76  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft] to A. & G. Black Ltd.
London; Dear Sirs. In the absence of Mr. Wyndham Lewis I am answering your request for further particulars. First the name is Wyndham Lewis,

  76  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft] to Arthur Howell
London; Dear Mr. Howell. By descent I am Welsh but I suppose that is men enough for the purpose. This is something new that I want to show

  76  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft] & TL[copy] to D. D. Paige
London; Dear Mr. Paige. I have been trying to get a holiday, hence the delay in answering. - I should be very glad to write something

  76  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft] & TL[copy] to Dorothy Pound
London; Dear Dorothy. A word to thank you for the information and to say with what melancholy feelings I visualise your existence in Washington

  76  
Lewis, Wyndham TL[copy] to Allen Tate
London; Dear Tate. The manner you have found of communicating to me the news of the refusal of my book by your firm

  76  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft] to Allen Tate
London; Dear Tate. The manner you have found of communicating to me the news of the refusal of my book by your firm [Draft of letter in folder 88.]

  76  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft] to David Kahma
London; Dear Mr. Kahma. First let me thank you for the exceptionally welcome and unexpected arrival of a parcel of food.

  76  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft] & TL[copy] to David Kahma
London; Dear Mr. Kahma. This is just a line or two (I shall be writing more fully in a few days) to forbid you to send my expensive food parcels

  76  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft] & TL[copy] to D. D. Paige
London; Dear Mr. Paige. Thank you for your note. I will do an article of the kind you suggest: and if you are in charge of the number

  76  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft] & TL[copy] to Dorothy Pound
London; My dear Dorothy. Mr. Moore the lawyer came to see me on Tuesday of this week and we had a long talk. I am now in possession of the facts

  76  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft] & TL[copy] to James Thrall Soby
London; Dear Mr. Soby. Thank you for your letter - which I did not receive at once as I have been moving about. --

  76  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft] & TL[copy] to Times Literary Supplement Editor
London; Sir. In an article entitled "Satire in the Twenties", in your issue of Sept. 13, I find the following, where the reviewer is about to speak of my novel "Tarr":

  76  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft] & TLS to W. D. Simpson
London; Dear Mr. Simpson. Thank you for your letter. You are for me a mysterious stranger - all I know is that you must have obtained my address

  76  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft] to T. J. Honeyman
London; Dear Honeyman. I was very please[sic] to hear from the Lacaster Dalleries that my pastel drawing, 'Nigger Heaven', [With AL[draft] to Naomi Mitchison. Plus photostat.]

  76  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft] to Dorothy Pound
London; Dear Dorothy. Thank you for your letter and enclosure. They should, I think, create a post for me, of general cultural expert!

  76  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft] to David Kahma
London; Dear Kahma. First I must as usual speak of food and express my gratitude! The Danish parcel has arrived:

  77  
November 1947-July 1948
  77  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft] to Joseph Ackerley
London; DearAckerley. Your note gave me the greatest pleasure. And I needed something pleasant,

  77  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft] to David Kahma
London; Dear Kahma. First, your long and most interesting letter. It was not my idea that you should try to do anything

  77  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft] to Dorothy Pound
London; Dear Dorothy. The C. A. R. E. parcel has arrived and I am profoundly grateful.

  77  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft] to David Kahma
London; Dear Kahma. Just a line to let you know that today has been marked by two Canadian events:

  77  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft] to Geoffrey Stone
London; Dear Stone. Six years having passed, it is highly improbable that you are in the same place. [On same side of leaf AL[draft] & TL[copy on another leaf] to James Johnson Sweeney, Nov.29, 1947; on verso AL[draft] to William Gaunt, Nov. 29, 1947. With photostats of recto and verso of draft leaf.]

  77  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft] to Felix Giovanelli
London; My dear Giovanelli. You and Margaret did wonderfully well on your visit to Gimpels,

  77  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft] to David Kahma
London; Dear Kahma.Just a line to ask how you are, and announce the safe arrival of no less than three parcels

  77  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft] to James Thrall Soby
London; Dear Mr. Soby. Excuse this seemingly dilatory answer but such energy as is left when absorbed in writing

  77  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft] to Rupert Hart-Davis
London; Dear Hart-Davis.Here is the mss. of which I spoke. I shall after all write up to seventy-five thousand words.

  77  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft] to David Kahma
London; Dear Kahma. Thank you for your long letter and now this further one about the baths in Finland.

  77  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft] to Sir Nicholas Waterhouse
London; Dear Docker. This is a difficult and gloomy letter to write and last night when I rang you

  77  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft] to Geoffrey Stone
London; Dear Stone. As I do not expect anything American to stay put, it was with surprise -

  77  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft] to Sir Nicholas Waterhouse
London; My dear Docker. I am most deeply grateful. It was distressing to have to turn to you again

  77  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft] to Felix Giovanelli
London; Dear Giovanelli. You and Margaret have again laid me under a deep obligation

  77  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft] to David Kahma
London; Dear Kahma. A answer at least, disgracefully late, really no more than a breathless note.

  77  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft] to Messrs. Fisher & Knight
London; Dear Sirs. My inquiries at the office had tended to show that nothing much need be expected

  77  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft] to W. M. Mitchell
London; Dear Mr. Mitchell. The desease[sic] from which most London houses suffer has afflicted this one

  77  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft] & TLS to Editor, [?]
London; Sir. In his letter Mr. Megroz should surely have gone on to enquire why people persist

  77  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft] to William Gaunt
London; Dear Gaunt. I do not like postponing our meeting, as I have been looking foward to seeing you

  77  
Lewis, Wyndham TL[copy, fragment?]] to [Dorothy Pound]
[London]; Paige in great difficulties in Rapallo quite without money. Suggest you instruct Pollinger

  77  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft] to Ezra Pound
London; Dear Ezra. Your letter tortuous comme d'habitude, but a few clear spots.

  77  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft]S to Ezra Pound
London; Dear E. P. I perceive I have offended - though what in my article provoked retaliatory

  77  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft, fragment] to Sir Nicholas Waterhouse
London; Dear Docker. I know you hate American : I am aware that "Cosmic Man" is not your cup of tea.

  77  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft] to Ezra Pound
London; Dear Ezra. Good luck in the new year, is my tardy salute. Christmas holiday etc. is with me a lump of knots

  77  
Lewis, Wyndham TL[copy] & TL[copy] to Sir Nicholas Waterhouse
London; Dear Docker. Alas, I have not been able to extract an additional 38 [pounds] from my new dealer

  77  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft] to David Kahma
London; Dear Kahma. This letter is a more slender outrider, the letter I owe you and which is now long overdue will come

  77  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft] to David Kahma
London; Dear Kahma. A second outrider. - Thanks for the cuttings. The uses to which you propose

  77  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft] to Sir Nicholas Waterhouse
London; My dear Docker. To state the matter starkly and at once, I have until Saturday - 4 days -

  77  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft] to Felix Giovanelli
London; Dear Giovanelli. The great parcel has at last arrived and it is first rate: I am enormously grateful

  77  
Lewis, Wyndham TL[copy]S to Geoffrey Stone
London; My dear Stone. From Denmark - delayed no doubt by the Christmas congestion -

  77  
Lewis, Wyndham TL[copy]S to Omar Pound
London; My dear Omar. Thank you for your letter, which has just turned up, and your New Years Wishes.

  77  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft] to Herbert Read
London; My dear Read. I have not I fear your excuse of many absences abroad for a long silence

  77  
Lewis, Wyndham TL[copy] to Herbert Read
London; My dear Read. I have not I fear your excuse of many absences abroad for a long silence [Typed version of letter in folder 32.]

  77  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft] to William Gaunt
London; Dear Gaunt. Danger of an ice raze I think recedes: the danger seems to be rather of a catastrophe of another kind - a flood.

  77  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft] & TL[copy] to Editor, [?]
London; Sir. If I exhibit a painting or a drawing anywhere, your critic promptly delivers himself

  77  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft] & TL[copy] to David Kahma
London; Dear Kahma. Still I am immersed in the legal business. Your letter with photographs arrived & I extract myself to say this.

  77  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft]S to Felix Giovanelli
London; Dear Giovanelli. By this time a longish missive should have reached you, containing the news of the arrival of parcel:

  77  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft] to Alan Pryce-Jones
London; Dear Pryce-Jones. Your present communications (I have before me your letter of Feb. 10) contains your impertinance

  77  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft] & TL[copy] to Alan Pryce-Jones
London; Dear Pryce-Jones. The galleys arrived this morning. I am sure your switches into the third person are most deft.

  77  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft] & TL[copy] to Herbert Read
London; Dear Read. Not hearing from you, I repaired to the Academy Hall, hoping I might find you there, I was however shown,

  77  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft] to W. M. Mitchell
London; Dear Mr. Mitchell. Thank you for your note, in which you announce the conclusion of the Nicholson and Watson Poetry - London,

  77  
Lewis, Wyndham TL[copy] to Alan Pryce-Jones
London; Dear Pryce-Jones. before last night the galleys you sent me had remained unread. - To push your spiteful joke so far as to print

  77  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft] & TL[copy] to Time & Tide Editor
London; Sir. Your art critic as the little guy in the old mangrove swamp - asking the big art-men to show him all the big pictures

  77  
Lewis, Wyndham TL[copy] to Alan Pryce-Jones
London; Dear Pryce-Jones. I will answer your letter, which arrived this morning at the week-end (in bed with cold).

  77  
Lewis, Wyndham TL[copy] to Felix Giovanelli
London; My dear Gio. According to our standards it is long ago since we last were in contact. However, let your last letter be my point of departure.

  77  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft] & TL[copy] to David Kahma
London; Dear Kahma. It seems a very long time since last I wrote: you must have wondered what had happened.

  77  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft] & TL[copy] to Ezra Pound
London; Dear Ezra. Your letter and enclosure gave me great pleasure. At the moment I was unable to answer properly

  77  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft] & TLS to Dorothy Pound
London; Dear Dorothy. Thank you for your nice letter. Recent weeks have been passed by me in a nightmare of desperate activity.

  77  
Lewis, Wyndham TL[copy] to Allan Gwynne-Jones
London; Dear Gwynn Jones. You have so many addresses that I was in doubt as to which to select, upon receiving your letter with cheque

  77  
Lewis, Wyndham TL[copy] to David Kahma
London; Dear Kahma. Answers and thanks to begin with. (I) A magnificent parcel arrived, with one of your most concentrated best,

  77  
Lewis, Wyndham TL[copy]S to Margaret Giovanelli
London; Dear Mrs. Giovanelli. For some time, I have been up north doing certain work. During that time a grand parcel arrived

  77  
Lewis, Wyndham TL[copy]S to Ezra Pound
London; Dear Ezz. Since all my time has been fully occupied wwriting 3.000 works for your memorial number none remained for correspondence.

  77  
Lewis, Wyndham TL[copy]S to Felix Giovanelli
London; Dear Giovanelli. For some time I have been up north, working. During this absence a Gimpel parcel arrived -

  77  
Lewis, Wyndham TL[copy] to Geoffrey Stone
London; Dear Stone. Until this week-end I have been up north on a job. While I was away a superb C.A.R.E. parcel arrived.

  77  
Lewis, Wyndham TL[copy] to David Kahma
London; Dear Kahma. Letter dated March 24 arrived yesterday (Wednesday). Today a parcel arrived, dispatched Feb. 27th.

  77  
Lewis, Wyndham TLS & TL[copy] to Willis Feast
London; Dear Mr. Feast. Your letter of April 3rd has just reached me. I should like to a portrait-drawing of you, and you will perhaps let me know,

  77  
Lewis, Wyndham TL[copy]S to David Kahma
London; Dear Kahma. Your letter of Sunday 11 April arrived today. Now that you are double-spacing your text, and only using one side

  77  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft] & TLS to Willis Feast
London; Dear Mr. Feast. Thank you for your letter, and shall we say 10.30. on Tuesday May 11? The longer the sitting you can give me the better -

  77  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft] to Ezra Pound
London; Dear Ezra (1) Thank you for your letter re. Eliot. I of course, being a red-blooded chap, respond suitably to what you report

  77  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft] to W. M. Mitchell
London; Dear Mr. Mitchell. Going through a batch of letters yesterday I came across a rough draugh of a letter to you,

  77  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft] to David Kahma
London; Dear Kahma. The first third of the novel should be here in 2 weeks now. It would be very bad policy to show 1/3 of a novel.

  77  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft] & TL[copy] to Eric Newton
London; Dear Newton. In the Lefevre Gallery the other day I was horrified when I heard who it was. I must have appeared elaborately rude.

  77  
Lewis, Wyndham TL[copy] to D. D. Paige
London; Dear Mr. Paige. Thank you for your letter to which this is a very tardy answer. It astonished me to discover that only a poor weak woman

  77  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft] to John T. Sargent
London; Dear Sargent. This ought to reach you not later than Friday - before you have that is, Saturday 28th - Yes I shall be in London

  77  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft] to [Chatto and Windus]
London; Dear Sirs. I understand that you do not propose to republish "Tarr" and that I am now free to dispose of it elsewhere.

  77  
Lewis, Wyndham TL[copy] to David Kahma
London; Dear Kahma. The first pieces of the novel has come: so let us get down to business. The story is like this, according to your letter.

  77  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft] & TL[copy] to Felix Giovanelli
London; Dear Giovanelli. Thank you for letter with much information. You did not tell me when you were going to Cuba:

  77  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft] & TL[copy] to Sewanee Review Editor
London; Dear Mr. Editor. In payment for my article on de Tocqueville you sent me two years or more ago a cheque for 75 dollars.

  77  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft] & TL[copy]S to James Johnson Sweeney
London; Dear Sweeney. Your letter was a reminder of delightful evenings passed at your apartment - as you say,

  77  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft] & TL[copy] to David Kahma
London; Dear Kharma. This morning we read in the newspapers that the Columbia River is giving more trouble, and threatening to submerge

  77  
Lewis, Wyndham TL[copy] to A. S. B. Glover
London; Dear Mr. Glover. I have communicated with Chattos and we may now proceed. As to the advance. What I propose is 150 [pounds];

  77  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft] & TL[copy] to Geoffrey Stone
London; Dear Stone. To begin with I must apologise for my long silence, and delay in acknowledging the arrival of a grand parcel

  77  
Lewis, Wyndham TLS to Willis Feast
London; Dear Feast (reverend sir, I hope you will not regard this as too fresh!) thank you for your kind letter and the books.

  77  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft] to A. S. B. Glover
London; Dear Mr. Glover. On my return to London I find your letter of June 8. The advantages accruing to publication by Penguin Books

  77  
Lewis, Wyndham TL[copy] to A. S. B. Glover
London; Dear Mr. Glover. On my return to London I find your letter of June 8. The advantages accruing to publication by Penguin Books [Typed version of letter in folder 74.]

  77  
Lewis, Wyndham TL[copy] to Kenneth Allott
London; Dear Mr. Allott. Thank you for your letter. For a long time it has been my intention to take up "One Way Song" again,

  77  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft] to W. M. Mitchell
London; Dear Mr. Mitchell. The other day I came upon the rough draft of a letter I had written you, clipped to your note announcing

  77  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft] & TL[copy] to Willis Feast
London; Dear Feast. Good - you will arrive to give me orally the chapter I am waiting for. The new pattern presented in your last letter

  77  
Lewis, Wyndham TLS & TL[copy] to W. M. Mitchell
London; Dear Mr. Mitchell. That incorrigeable being, Mr. Roberts, was true to form. Last Tuesday he unexpectedly left in the morning plane for Brussels:

  77  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft] & TL[ciopy, fragment] to The Royal Academy
London; Dear Sir. You are mistaken with regard to the ownership of the picture: it does not belong to me. But it belongs to someone.

  77  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft] & AL[draft] & AL[draft] & TL[copy] & TL[copy] to The Listener Editor
London; Sir. Mr. Ralph Edwards is no stickler for precision. Having asserted that in a recent artile 'Une Baignade' was rated as a great modern masterpiece

  77  
Lewis, Wyndham TLS to Lynette Roberts
London; Dear Mr. Roberts. The tree copies of 'America and Cosmic Man' you sent to me by hand yesterday were an all time low

  77  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft, fragment] & TL[copy] to The Barber Institute
London; Sir. Reading this correspondence, Miss Porter's mind has strayed to other levelments than those that would supervene

  77  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft] & TL[copy] to A. S. B. Glover
London; Dear Mr. Glover. I was unable again to contact you at West Drayton. The clauses about which I should be glad some enlightenment

  77  
Lewis, Wyndham TL[copy]S to David Kahma
London; Dear Kharma. Just a short letter, first to thank you for the promised butter parcel - though as you got unsealed so quickly

  77  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft] & TL[copy] to Felix Giovanelli
London; Dear Giovanelli. He will never do it, but you can try if you like to get Nash to act as follows: to ask him to send one thing,

  77  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft] & TL[copy] to John Palmer
London; Dear Mr. Palmer. Thank you very much for the transfer to New York. Thank you also for renewing your invitation to write

  77  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft] & TL[copy] to Keidrych Rhys
London; My dear Keidrych Rhys. Indeed I should be peculiarly glad to contribute to "Wales". I have seen single copies but to have a number of them

  77  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft] & TL[copy] to Lynette Roberts
London; Dear Lynette Roberts. First let me thank you exceedingly for the 12 beautiful large white eggs. Thank you for the butter,

  77  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft, fragment] to Geoffrey Stone
London; Next the Roll Mix. The parcel you sent before leaving arrived in good time. The bread it makes us to make spares

  77  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft] & TL[copy]S to Geoffrey Stone
London; Dear Stone. Well I'm damned! You have circled round me and made your appearance where I least should have expected

  77  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft] & TL[copy] to James Johnson Sweeney
London; My dear Sweeney. It was very nice to hear from you again. Sometimes in the Partisan Rev. or elsewhere I come across some writing of yours:

  77  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft] & AL[draft] & TL[copy] & TL[copy] & TL[copy ]to The Barber Institute
London; Sir. Mr. Edwards again! These museum officials work in shifts. But he now comes forward with a new illustration

  77  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft] & TL[copy] to D. D. Paige
London; Dear Mr. Page. I have just put aside a few E. P. letters for you. Do you want me to send them to Italy?

  77  
Lewis, Wyndham TL[draft] & TL[copy]S to Ezra Pound
London; My dear Ezz. The writing (and reading) you would have me do is impossible. It takes me all my time to keep alive,

  77  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft] & TL[copy]S to David Kahma
London; Dear Khama. Many apologies for the delay in acknowledging your letter and equally the receipt of 2 splendid cylinders of butter

  77  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft] & TL[copy]S to Keidrych Rhys
London; My dear Rhys. I should have answered at once but dental preoccupations have obstructed practically everything.

  77  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft] & TLS to Lynette Roberts
London; Dear Lynette Roberts. Two things in your letter which have to do with myself require immediate action, and obliged me to make this

  78  
August-November 1948
  78  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft] & TL[copy] to John Palmer
London; Dear Mr. Palmer. Thank you for your letter which I have received on my return from the country. I am very pleased that my article

  78  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft] to Lynette Roberts
London; Dear Lynette Roberts. Thank you first for the poems some of which I liked very much indeed especially "1943"

  78  
Lewis, Wyndham TL[copy]S to Gene Nash
London; Dear Nash. Thank you for your letter, telling me that you are agreable to Gio's proposals. They were not mine of course.

  78  
Lewis, Wyndham TL[copy] to D. D. Paige
London; Dear Mr. Paige. I sent you a note to the address you gave me in Italy some weeks ago. In it I informed you that I now have collected

  78  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft] to Who's Who, Editorial Office
London; Dear Sir. In the absence of Mr. Lewis I am returning the enclosed proof - to which I have added several items, [In third person but in Lewis' hand.]

  78  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft] to Henry S. Swabey
London; Dear Mr. Swabey. Thank you for your letter. I agree with you naturally that Pound had no treasonable intuitions towards his native land,

  78  
Lewis, Wyndham TL[copy] to Times Literary Supplement, Editor
London; Sir. In your critic's review of 'From Sickert to 1948' he chides Mr. Russell, who wrote a Foreword for that book. [With review Lewis is writing about.]

  78  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft, fragment] & TL[copy]S to Augustus John
London; Dear John. By all means make use of both the letter and the poem, I should be very pleased and flattered to find them

  78  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft] to Kenneth Allott
London; Dear Mr. Allott. Thank you for your letter. It pleased me so much where you said you were puzzled I did not write any more verse.

  78  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft] & TL[copy]S to David Kahma
London; Dear Dharma. This I fear is a very short letter. You let me say how much I enjoyed your last letter to me the receipt of which this is the long overdue acknowledgement;

  78  
Lewis, Wyndham TL[copy] to David Low
London; Dear Low. I saw photos of you in St. Louis where I spent some time; I envied you the Missouri sun. Today I have mailed you my book

  78  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft] & TL[copy] to Geoffrey Stone
London; My Dear Stone. After some days delay I wrote you a longish letter to your Austrian address, which I feel somehow you did not receive.

  78  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft] & TL[copy] to Alan Pryce-Jones
London; Dear Pryce-Jones. I received your letter jesterday - oddly dated 17th Aug. It naturally seems to me pity that the letter was not published

  78  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft] & TL[copy]S to Kenneth Allott
London; Dear Mr. Allott. Thank you for your letter: the remuneration you mention is quite satisfactory to me. [With part of Lewis' autobiography.]

  78  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft, fragment] & TL[copy]S to Lynette Roberts
London; Dear Lynette Roberts. I am breaking my long silence: not to answer your charming and amusing letter but just to break the silence.

  78  
Lewis, Wyndham TL[copy] to David Low
London; Dear Low. It is very generous of you to let me use one of your cartoons for a token payment only. Now as to the subject.

  78  
Lewis, Wyndham TL[copy] to E. W. F. Tomlin
London; My dear Tomlin. How are you, after all these years? For one thing (let me answer for you) in a very much pleasanter spot

  78  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft] to David Kahma
London; Dear Khama. First there are 3 most notable thanks due from me - (1) on account of 5.16 of excellent butter

  78  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[copy to Felix Giovanelli
London; Dear Giovanelli. I was very sorry to hear of the death of your father knowing your attachment. Scientific gentlement are so busy

  78  
Lewis, Wyndham TL[copy] to Gene Nash
London; Dear Nash. Splendid! The parcel has arrived safely at its destination. What is more I was pleasantly reminded of Phil Morris,

  78  
Lewis, Wyndham TL[copy] to Madelaine Schaeffer
London; Dear Miss Shaeffer. Thank you for your letter. 'The Apes of God' is my property, and I should like to have it translated into French.

  78  
Lewis, Wyndham TL[copy]S to Felix Giovanelli
London; Dear Giovanelli. Your letter arrived in the morning mail. I answer it immediately, and shall send this letter off today, or in the morning.

  78  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft] & TL[copy] to Dorothy Pound
London; Dear Dorothy. Conditiions here do not improve, and I am very anxious to get out of England for a while. I should probably go to Canada first

  78  
Lewis, Wyndham TL[copy]S to David Kahma
London; Dear Kharma. For 2 or 3 weeks I have not been well. There is (as far as I know and as far as the doctors can discover)

  78  
Lewis, Wyndham TL[copy] to Richard March
London; Dear Mr. March. Your letter (of 16 Sept) is, first of all unnecessarily rude. You may not have a carbon of it, so here is how you express yourself

  78  
Lewis, Wyndham TL[copy]S to Lynette Roberts
London; Dear Lynette Roberts. There has been a lot of bother here otherwise I should have been writing you before this. The long poem is very fine

  78  
Lewis, Wyndham TL[copy]S to Geoffrey Stone
London; My Dear Stone. So that is where you are! It is tantalising to think of your relative nearness, for it would please me greatly to see you again.

  78  
Lewis, Wyndham TL[copy] to John Sargent
London; Dear Mr. Sargent. Your letter has just arrived, and I am delighted to learn that you are taking the book, and am very much gratified personally,

  78  
Lewis, Wyndham TL[copy]S to Madelaine Schaeffer
London; Dear Miss Shaeffer. Thank you for your letter, and I am glad to hear you are going to translate some pages of the "Apes" for me to see.

  78  
Lewis, Wyndham TL[copy] to E. W. F. Tomlin
London; Dear Tomlin. Your letter arrived today (Wednesday) and I was very glad to hear that in spite of war and offical cares

  78  
Lewis, Wyndham TL[copy]S toFelix Giovanelli
London; Dear Giovanelli. Your letter and Sargents arrived within a few hours of one another. As you may guess, I was enraptured.

  78  
Lewis, Wyndham TL[draft]S toFelix Giovanelli
London; Dear Giovanelli. Dear Gio. Your letter arrived this afternoon. My rage and disappointment may be imagined

  78  
Lewis, Wyndham TL[copy]S to David Low
London; My dear Low. It is very kind of you to allow me to use the drawings, and those you selected were precisely what I wanted.

  78  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft] & TL[copy]S toFelix Giovanelli
London; Dear Giovanelli. The enclosed is a little over the odds and I hope no one in the publishing office sees it before the contract is signed.

  78  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft] & TL[copy]S to Felix Giovanelli
London; Dear Gio. Your 2 letters arrived together this morning. - On Sept. 20 Sargent wrote to tell me that Doubledays unanimously okayed the book,

  78  
Lewis, Wyndham TL[copy]S to Kheidrych Rhys
London; My dear Rhys. It was good news indeed that you like my massive vignette well enough to take it off right away to the printers

  78  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[copy to David Kahma
London; Dear Kharma. This again is no lengthy epistle. It is most kind of your wife and you to be concerned about my health.

  78  
Lewis, Wyndham TL[copy]S to Lynette Roberts
London; Dear Lynette Robers. Enclosed are the lists of works with prices. When you have finished with them will you please make me a present of them.

  78  
Lewis, Wyndham TL[copy to Times Literary Supplement, Editor
London; Sir. Regarding the notice of "American and Cosmic Man" on Oct 2, I hope you will not think me uncivil, but the reviewer was no glutton for work.

  78  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft] & TL[copy]S to Felix Giovanelli
London; Dear Giovanelli. Grand news! I have to thank you for this piece of good fortune - and I do thank you. Also I apologise for all the time

  78  
Lewis, Wyndham TL[copy]S to D. D. Paige
London; Dear Paige. Enclosed are copies of 12 E. P. Letters. About as many again will follow some time soon. Every line of the type-copy

  78  
Lewis, Wyndham TL[copy]S to Felix Giovanelli
London; Dear Gio. I have had a respite of a few hours and have been going through odds and ends of publicity material. I don't know what you have seen

  78  
Lewis, Wyndham TL[copy] toFelix Giovanelli
London; Dear Gio. Letter arrived Saturday. This goes off first thing Monday (3 agreements likewise arrived and were redispatched to you

  78  
Lewis, Wyndham TLS to Willis Feast
London; Dear Father Feast. Thank you for enquiring about my book in Cambridge and Norwich. In the former city the situation is as I should have expected.

  78  
Lewis, Wyndham TL[copy]S toFelix Giovanelli
London; Dear Gio. Yesterday mailed you copy of "T. S. Eliot" book. Therein pp. 220-223, you will find passage I send you now.

  78  
Lewis, Wyndham TL[copy]S to Kheidrych Rhys
London; Dear Rhys. I have rather radically rearranged - not re-written - "The Rot". You did not tell me what was happening about that.

  78  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft] & TL[copy]S to D. D. Paige
London; My dear Paige. Thank you for your letter. I am glad the packet of E. P. letters seemed to you worth copying out.

  78  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft] & TL[copy]S to John Sargent
London; Dear Mr. Sargent. The agreement reached you safely, I lean. The two signatures resulted, as I explained upon a slip of paper,

  78  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft] & TL[copy]S to Geoffrey Stone
London; My dear Stone. Just a note this time - many things are happening of which I will speak to you later: they monopolize my time

  78  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft] & TL[copy]S to Felix Giovanelli
London; Dear Gio. Yesterday I sent off a short letter to Sargent. I had intended mailing copy to you at same time, but found cartoon mislaid

  78  
Lewis, Wyndham TL[copy]S to Edgar P. Richardson
London; My dear Riichardson. It was a very pleasant surprise to see Detroit and the rest of the address on the envelope,

  78  
Lewis, Wyndham TLS & TL[copy] to Willis Feast
London; Dear Father. A very violent head cold visited me last Wednesday night. Much better now. Your letter came a little before the cold.

  78  
Lewis, Wyndham TL[copy]S to Felix Giovanelli
London; My dear Gio. A very violent head cold visited me on Wednesday night of last week. I am much better, but will write more fully

  78  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft] to Allan Gwynne-Jones
London; Dear Gwynne-Jones. There is obviously somebody or other who wishes to show the Pound portrait at this time - for I can hardly suppose

  78  
Lewis, Wyndham TL[copy]S to David Kahma
London; My dear Kahma. There has been a week's blank. A violent head cold. This is Monday - I am much better and hope I shall be all right

  78  
Lewis, Wyndham TL[copy]S to Gene Nash
London; My dear Nash. A bestial headcold is - I believe - just departing, but I still feel a bit wooly. My silence has been abominable.

  78  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft] & AL[draft] to Allan Gwynne-Jones
London; Dear Gwynne-Jones. Since, for some reason, you referred to me, I have expressed my wishes, as also any views

  78  
Lewis, Wyndham TL[copy]S to D. D. Paige
London; Dear Mr. Paige. Thank you for your letter and the draft of the proposed petition. This greatly delayed answer is owing to the fact

  78  
Lewis, Wyndham TL[copy]S to D. D. Paige
London; Dear Mr. Paige. Have just sent you, under separate cover, letter as you suggested. I trust that you will approve of the quality

  78  
Lewis, Wyndham TL[copy]S to D. D. Paige
London; Dear Mr. Paige. A short while ago I sent two registered and express letters: one for yourself, and one (at your suggestion)

  78  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft] & AL[draft] & TL & TL[copy]S to Times Literary Supplement, Editor
London; Sir. The anonymous penman the there-words of who lucubrations are "of course", at last has spoken. From his long consultation

  78  
Lewis, Wyndham TL[copy]S to T. S. Eliot
London; Dear Eliot. Your book, "Notes towards the Definition of Culture", which you were so kind as to direct Fabers to send me,

  78  
Lewis, Wyndham TL[copy] to Felix Giovanelli
London; Dear Gio. Thank you for your Saturday Nov 5 letter. I should have expected election-week to entail paralysis of all the faculties

  78  
Lewis, WyndhamAL[draft] & TL[copy] to Alan Pryce-Jones
London; Dear Pryce-Jones. I am in receipt of your letter of Nov.10 - Firstly: You write: "we cannot possibly insert your letter this week,

  78  
Lewis, Wyndham TLS to Willis Feast
London;

  78  
Lewis, Wyndham TL[copy] to
London; Very dear and Reverend. It is good news that you are coming up and stopping for a day or two.

  78  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft, copy] to Thomas Good
London; Dear Mr. Good. It is some time since we coresponded, and it has occurred to me that you might be back in England now.

  78  
Lewis, Wyndham TL[draft, copy]S to Geoffrey Grigson
London; Dear Grigson. Thank you for what you wrote about me in Harpers Bazzar, a clipping of which has just reached me.

  78  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft] &TL[copy]S to D. D. Paige
London; My dear Mr. Paige. Thank you for your letter and the specimen E. P. letter enclosed. Regarding the letter,

  78  
Lewis, Wyndham TL[copy]S to David Kahma
London; Dear Khama (or Kahma). Your letter came along today with the admirable forgery of an Ezra letter!

  78  
Lewis, Wyndham TLS to Gene Nash
London; Dear Nash. Your Nov. 9 letter to hand. First, the picture question. It appears that such a transaction as you mention -

  78  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft] & TL[draft] & TL[copy] toSir Nicholas Waterhouse
London; Dear Docker. The first two lines of "Your reviewers" letter are, as you say, of a most questionable veracity.

  78  
Lewis, Wyndham TL[copy]S to Archibald MacLeish
London; Dear MacLeish. In February I arrive in the U.S. to do some lectures and a little business. Do you know of any club or college

  78  
Lewis, Wyndham TL[copy]S to Geoffrey Stone
London; Dear Stone. I have hunted for your letter. But this room is a great mass of papers and books, the box in which I place letters overflowed last week,

  78  
Lewis, Wyndham TL[copy] to Nan Kivell
London; Dear Nan Kivell. Thank you for your letter. I am delighted about your proposal - for a retrospective show of my work -

  78  
Lewis, Wyndham ALS to Meary James Thurairajah Tambimuttu
London; Dear Tambimuttu. Thank you for sending "Mtarajah." It's quite a poem! Sweeney give you the things you want.

  78  
Lewis, Wyndham TL[copy]S to T. S. Eliot
London; Dear /eliot. A few days ago I wrote to tell you I had received your new book, "Notes towards a definition of Culture"

  78  
Lewis, Wyndham TL[copy]S to Felix Giovanelli
London; Dear Giovanelli. The book Eliot sent me was "Notes towards a definition of Culture." Now I have written him a second letter,

  78  
Lewis, Wyndham TL[copy]S to Geoffrey Grigson
London; Dear Grigson. No, I was not aware of the existence of a painting in the Rutherstan Collection, and am glad to know of it.

  78  
Lewis, Wyndham TL[copy]S to D. D. Paige
London; Dear Mr. Paige. Contacted Porteus on the telephone yesterday, and passed on your enquiry. P. appeared surprised.

  78  
Lewis, Wyndham TL[copy]S to Kenneth Alcott
London; My dear Professor Allott. In the prose part of my contribution to the Penguin Anthology was I not a trifle indiscreet?

  78  
Lewis, Wyndham TL[copy]S to D. D. Paige
London; Dear Paige. Re. "Mister". - I don't know if what you say is warning me not to be fresh, or is apologising for being in so low an age-bracket

  78  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft]S to D. D. Paige
London; Dear Paige. Enclosed letter from a Mr. Kyllmann, senior partner of Constables (May Sinclair's publishers').

  79  
December 1948-May 1949
  79  
Lewis, Wyndham TL[copy]S to Willie Feast
London; Dear Reverend. Thank you for your notes about subject in hand. It is my view that God was not for Satanial either a father or a boss;

  79  
Lewis, Wyndham TL[draft]S to Felix Giovanelli
London; My dear Gio. Influenza concluded. I will number items of this communication. (1) Have mailed (non-air; but registered)

  79  
Lewis, Wyndham TL[copy]S to David Kahma
London; Dear Kharma. Excuse the long delay in (i) answering your letter, and 2) acknowledging a most superb Santa Claus parcel,

  79  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft]S to Kheidrych Rhys
London; Dear Rhys. One of the partners of Clifford Turner, 3. Old [Terrgey?]. E. C. (solicitors) - Monarch 1211, is a Welshman,

  79  
Lewis, Wyndham TL[copy]S to Geoffrey Stone
London; Dear Stone. Thank you for your sage and amusing letter. - Much that you say re. politics all-too-true.

  79  
Lewis, Wyndham TL[copy] to [Unknown]
London; Dear Sirs. The publishers of "America and Cosmic Man" have written me re. your request for a copy,

  79  
Lewis, Wyndham TL[copy]S to Kenneth Allott
London; Dear Mr. Allott. Thank you for the correction about "Professor". - Owing to absences your letter of Nov. 28. has only just reached me.

  79  
Lewis, Wyndham TL[copy]S to D. D. Paige
London; Dear Paige. P.C. and letter to hand. - I had no idea there were so many of my works in Rapallo.

  79  
Lewis, Wyndham TL[copy]S to John Sargent
London; Dear Mr. Sargent. Here are the answers. I am pleased to note that your expert found me out in no conspicuous errors

  79  
Lewis, Wyndham TL[copy]S to Felix Giovanelli
London; Dear Gio. Thank you for note and letter of Dec.11 (latter arriving two days ago). My 'flu' left me some time ago:

  79  
Lewis, Wyndham TL[copy]S to David Kahma
London; Dear Khama. I should have written you much sooner - my excuse, as before, the multiplicity of my committments -

  79  
Lewis, Wyndham TL[copy]S to Paul Nash
London; Dear Nash. This is to wish you a happy Christmas and to thank you enormously for the great Christmas parcel,

  79  
Lewis, Wyndham TL[fragment] to Archibald MacLeish
London;Dear MacLeish. Thank you for your letter, and as to the subjects I propose to discourse on, that will depend (as your question implies)

  79  
Lewis, Wyndham TL[copy] to Richard March
London; Dear Mr. March. The mss. of the Freedom book is now in your hand complete, except for 3 or 4 pages immediately preceding the conclusion.

  79  
Lewis, Wyndham TL[copy] to John Sargent
London; Dear Mr. Sargent. Enclose are the Exemption Certificate Forms. (U.S. requires a duplicate it appears).

  79  
Lewis, Wyndham TL[copy]S to T. S. Eliot
London; Dear Eliot. This morning I telephoned Fabers: a lady told me that, it being "a short week, you would probably not be coming in.

  79  
Lewis, Wyndham TL[copy]S to Felix Giovanelli
London; Dear Giovanelli. In my last letter I covered everything except the question of my visit to the U. S. About that I can say nothing

  79  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft] to Edgar P. Richardson
London; My dear Richardson. I am sorry to have been so long in writing, but after an abscence of six years you can imagine

  79  
Lewis, Wyndham TL[fragment]S to [Unknown?]
London; ... As to my motive in desiring to lecture in the U.S.: to live in a bankrupt country in the throes of violet economic transformation

  79  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft] to Dod, Longstaffe & Fenwick
London; Dear Sirs. First of all, I would like to correct what I feel may be a misapprehension. Today I am hardly more affluent

  79  
Lewis, Wyndham TL[copy, fragment] to Felix Giovanelli
London; ... Maryland: but perhaps you do not find much time to go down that famous thoroughfare. - Are you still working for the old Germans.

  79  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft] to London Times Editor
London; Sir. For some years past newspapers and periodicals have steadily been cutting down the space set aside for news of the fine arts.

  79  
Lewis, Wyndham TL[copy] to Colston Leigh
London; Dear Mr. Colston Leigh. Why I have been so long in answering you, for which I must really apologise,

  79  
Lewis, Wyndham TL[copy] to [?] Roberts
London; Dear Mr. Roberts. (or Dear Sirs - if to Nicholson and Watson). There are two matters,

  79  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft] to James Johnson Sweeney
London; Dear Sweeney. In letters Felix Giovanelli, a very good friend of mine, writes something about you

  79  
Lewis, Wyndham TL[copy] to [Eileen?] Orwell
London; Dear Mrs. Orwell. As I informed you, by telephone, a book of cheque-stubs (Feb 25, 1948 to Sept. 1948)

  79  
Lewis, Wyndham TL[copy]S to Felix Giovanelli
London; My dear Gio. First, thank you tremendously for the trouble you took over the vita,

  79  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft] & TL[copy]S to John Sargent
London; Dear Mr. Sargent. Your parcel was excellently times - it arrived on Christmas Eve.

  79  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft] to [Unknown]
London; Dear Sirs. Today I learned from the B. B. C. that you had been asked by them for my address [On verso AL[daft] to T. S. Eliot, January 13, 1949; With photostats of each side of leaf.]

  79  
Lewis, Wyndham TL[copy]S to David Kahma
London; Dear Kama. The Christmas was a long peace. But from the first minute of the next day I have been at it.

  79  
Lewis, Wyndham TL[copy]S to Felix Giovanelli
London; Dear Gio. Two letter - the last deferring to my long letter. Would it be a catherine wheel

  79  
Lewis, Wyndham TL[copy]S to [Chatto & Windus?]
London; Dear Sirs. By chance this afternoon I unearthed a note signed P. Braunstein,

  79  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft] & TL[copy]S to T. S. Eliot
London; Dear Eliot. Giovanelli was greatly delighted with the letter you wrote him: that very night it

  79  
Lewis, Wyndham TL[copy] to W. M. Mitchell
London; Dear Mr. Mitchell. The other day as you were not there, I explained to your secretary what I wanted.

  79  
Lewis, Wyndham TL[copy]S to James Thrall Soby
London; Dear Mr. Soby. The other day I was at the Lefebre Gallery. People showed me your new book,

  79  
Lewis, Wyndham TL[copy] to Julian Symons
London; Dear Symons. I was as flattered as I was surprised to hear on the air the staccato numbers

  79  
Lewis, Wyndham TL[draft]S to Augustus John
London; Dear John. Much water continues to crawl beneath the London bridges and I never see you.

  79  
Lewis, Wyndham TLS & TL[copy] to Willis Feast
London; Dear Mr. Feast. Long before this I should have written to thank you for (1) the copy of "The Revenge for Love",

  79  
Lewis, Wyndham TL[copy] to Gene Nash
London; Dear Nash. A really grand parcel arrived yesterday. The abundance of sugar (and the maple sugar) for instance,

  79  
Lewis, Wyndham TL[copy] to D. D. Paige
London; Dear Paige. Than you for your letter of 17 Jan. - The Wellesley response is for my archives.

  79  
Lewis, Wyndham TL[copy] to [?] Holgate
London; Dear Mr. Holgate. A friend (lady) agreed to do this index for me. There were I found - by accident,

  79  
Lewis, Wyndham TL[draft] to [?] Sutherland
London; Dear Mr. Sutherland. Here s the picture material for the book - 20 in all.

  79  
Lewis, Wyndham TL[draft] to Richard March
London; Dear Mr. March. Your letter surprised me very much. It was with regret that I learned of your father's death.

  79  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft] & TL[copy] to W. M. Mitchell
London; Dear Mr. Mitchell. Enclosed is Mr. March's letter and what normally I should reply. [With photostat of recto of AL[draft], Feb.1, 1949.]

  79  
Lewis, Wyndham TL[copy]S to Willis Feast
London; Dear Mr. Feast. Excuse me for not writing before. Have been working my head off to get some things done

  79  
Lewis, Wyndham TL[copy]S to David Kahma
London; My dear Khama. Two of three weeks ago I wrote you a short letter. But it was too short

  79  
Lewis, Wyndham TL[copy]S to T. S. Eliot
London; My dear Eliot. That is captal - scrutinizing my crowded engagement book, I find,

  79  
Lewis, Wyndham TL[copy] toJulian Symons
London; Dear Symons. Yesterday I telephoned and left a message for you - to say yes.

  79  
Lewis, Wyndham TL[copy]S to D. D. Paige
London; Dear Paige. Thank you very much for your letter. It is excellent news so far from Bard.

  79  
Lewis, Wyndham TL[copy] to John Sargent
London; Dear Mr. Sargent. I will not recite the chapter of accidents involved in my effort of obtain satisfactory photos of myself.

  79  
Lewis, Wyndham TL[copy] to John Palmer
London; My dear M. Palmer. It interested me profoundly to learn that a dossier had collected upon your editiorial desk

  79  
Lewis, Wyndham TL[copy]S to Colston Leigh
London; Dear Mr. Colston Leigh. You must I fear consider me a most unbusinesslike person,

  79  
Lewis, Wyndham TL[copy]S to D. D. Paige
London; My dear Paige. I am sorry I mistook a slight ephemeral embarrassment for an ugly economic situation.

  79  
Lewis, Wyndham TL[copy]S to Theodore Weiss
London; My dear Mr. Weiss. Your address has been given me by Mr. Paige, and he has kept me posted

  79  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft]S to T. S. Eliot
London; Dear Eliot. Have just returned from journey to Bradford, Manchester & so on, to arrange for loan of pictures.

  79  
Lewis, Wyndham TL[copy]S to Felix Giovanelli
London; My dear Gio. Your letter, like all your letters full of sunshine and the authentic sparkle of the grape-growing races,

  79  
Lewis, Wyndham TL[copy] to [Unknown?]
London; Dear Sirs. I enclose application form, duly filled in. - There is only one point I will stress:

  79  
Lewis, Wyndham TL[copy]S to D. D. Paige
London; My dear Paige. Probably what I now report is old news to you. On Friday I asked Eliot about the letters.

  79  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft] to Augustus John
London; My dear John. On 7 Feb. I wrote you a letter, more or less as under. By an oversight,

  79  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft] to Archibald MacLeish
London; Dear MacLeish. Your letter of a month or so ago certainly seemed to suggest something promising.

  79  
Lewis, Wyndham TL[copy] to Richard Marsh
London; Dear Mr. Marsh. It was with regret that I learned of your fathers death over a month ago.

  79  
Lewis, Wyndham TL[copy]S to Gene Nash
London; My dear Nash. I must have seemed outrageously dilatory. Three magnificent parcels,

  79  
Lewis, Wyndham TL[copy]S to John Sargent
London; My dear Mr. Sargent. It was with distinct relief that I learned the photos would pass muster.

  79  
Lewis, Wyndham TL[copy]S to Nan Kivell
London; My dear Mr.[sic] Nan Kivell. This note is merely for clarification. It is about the two oil-paintings,

  79  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft] to Dorothy Pound
London; Dear Dorothy. I was glad to receive your letter and to learn that some of that sacro sanct commodity was being shipped.

  79  
Lewis, Wyndham TL[copy] to Kenneth Allott
London; My dear Allott. On dec. 18 last I mailed two identical letters, simultaneously, one to your university address,

  79  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft] to Archibald MacLeish
London; Dear MacLeish. Since hearing from you a month or so ago I have been painting night and day

  79  
Lewis, Wyndham TL[copy]S to Dorothy Pound
London; My dear Dorothy. This is splendid: I am glad that Paiage is getting some money. -

  79  
Lewis, Wyndham TL[copy]S to Felix Giovanelli
London; My dear Gio. Thank you for big letter and enclosures. You are angelic to bear with what might,

  79  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft] & TL[copy] to D. D. Paige
London; Dear Paige. In answer to what you wrote me - a bit hurried I fear. - (1) As far as I know, there is only the advance on royalties,

  79  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft] & TL[copy]S to John Palmer
London; Dear Mr. Palmer. Thank you very much for extracting the relevant passage from the correspondence concerning my article.

  79  
Lewis, Wyndham TL[copy]S to John Palmer
London; Dear Mr. Palmer. Thank you very much for extracting the relevant passage from the correspondence concerning my article. [Another copy of letter in folder 71.]

  79  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft] to James Thrall Soby
London; My dear Mr. Soby. Some time ago I wrote you, but I daresay you no longer live in Farmington. Peploc, at the Lafevre Gallery, had rushed up

  79  
Lewis, Wyndham TL[copy]S to [?] Holgate
London; Dear Mr. Holgate. Enclosed is the Index - not that it is much use sending it in, as my poor book seems to be indefinitely held up.

  79  
Lewis, Wyndham TL[copy] to Nan Kivell
London; Dear Mr. Nan Kivell. Your have not clarified for me those points of which I spoke in my letter. We had better get that tied up.

  79  
Lewis, Wyndham TL[copy] to Bank Manager
London; Dear Sir. It was agreed that I should remit monthly the sum of 2 pounds, which, as I had explained to you, was the utmost I could manage.

  79  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft] to Richard March
London; Dear Mr. March. I must now conclude that my letter is going to remain unanswered. Yet I am informed that you are back

  79  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft] to Partisan Review Editor
London; Sir. Excuse me for breaking in upon your as it were private, and partisan, history-making. In your April issue, which I have just been sent,

  79  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft] & TL[copy]S to Felix Giovanelli
London; My dearest Gio. Thank you for your letter and the enclosures: but be rational: Since the unspeakably degraded old Crowe

  79  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft] to [?] Melville
London; Dear Mr.?. Thank you for your letter. Your view of the London Group, I believe, may be, in some respect, identical with mine.

  79  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft] & TLS & TL[copy] to Willis Feast
London; Dear Mr. Feast. Many thanks for your note. The show opens May 1. Had to push it on one month. I met two nuns yesterday

  79  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft] & TL[copy]S to D. D. Paige
London; Dear Paige. A hast note - first, of peculiarly hearty thanks. For I believe Weiss has arranged for me to go to Bard to teach philosophy.

  79  
Lewis, Wyndham TL[copy]S to Lynette Roberts
London; My dear Lynette R. Thank you for the old guacho trousers. - Have no rradio, so cannot listen to the reading of your poems

  79  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft] & TL[copy]S to Theodore Weiss
London; Dear Weiss. Your letter arrived this morning. It is very fine news that you have arranged a post for me. I am delighted.

  79  
Lewis, Wyndham TL[copy]S to Sir Nicholas Waterhouse
London; Dear Docker. Yet another quarter day has come around. I hope and believe the last for me to have to say I have not the necessary 38 pounds.

  79  
Lewis, Wyndham TL[copy]S to Colston Leigh
London; Dear Mr. Leigh. Thank you for your lettere and the date you mention - fall 1950 or winter 1950-51, would suit me very well.

  79  
Lewis, Wyndham TL[copy]S to David Kahma
London; Dear Kahma. On last Sunday week I said to myself: "Tomorrow (Monday) I shall be wakened one hour before my getting-up time

  79  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft]S to T. S. Eliot
London; My dear Eliot. A great many thanks for your letter for a U. S. college. It is excellent and should be almost as good as an arts degree,

  79  
Lewis, Wyndham TL[copy] to J. Schwartz
London; Dear Mr. Schwartz. I have been moving about a great deal, so this answer to your letter is very much overdue.

  79  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft] & TL[copy]S to Theodore Weiss
London; Dear Weiss. This letter will be reaching you a week or more later than I had intended. This due to my having to go off [Both draft and copy have Vita added.]

  79  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft] & TL[copy]S to Felix Giovanelli
London; My dear Gio. Thank you for your letter. The good news on the back of the envelope was cheering. I am eager to hear the details.

  79  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft] & TL[copy] to Hugh Kenner
London; My dear Mr. Kenner. I have taken the unusual course of writing to a complete stanger as a drowning man clutches at a straw.

  79  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft] & TL[copy]S to D. D. Paige
London; Dear Paige. It is with much pleasure - and a modest quantity of self-approbation - that I gather that you and the poetry-magnate of Faber

  79  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft]S to Gene Nash
London; My dear Nash. This reply to your kind note must alas be but a brief message. Next - Monday - week (May 1) the pressure will have relaxed

  79  
Lewis, Wyndham TL[copy]S to Wyndham Vint
London; Dear Mr. Vint. First let me say how very kind it was of you to put at my disposal for May the works in Bradford and Gateshead.

  79  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft]S & AL[draft]S to Willis Feast
London; My dear Sir. Regarding visit to twon you speak of = if you want to see me it must be later. Have just got back from Manchester,

  79  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft]S to Thomas Wade Earp
London; My dear Earp. At last I have your address (Dobson) & I wonder if we could meet. Perhaps you and May would come up here

  79  
Lewis, Wyndham TL[copy]S to Dwight MacDonald
London; Dear Dwight Macdonald. I was delighted to learn of your approval - though I knew you would appreciate certain things in my article.

  79  
Lewis, Wyndham TL[copy]S to Kenneth Allott
London; Dear Mr. Allott. Believe it or not - as the bit about strange happenings in the newspapers is headed - but a day or two ago

  79  
Lewis, Wyndham TL[copy]S to Charles Handley-Read
London; Dear Mr. Handley-Read. Just a hurried note to thank you for your letter. I should of course be most willing to give you any assistance I can,

  79  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft]S to Marchioness [Sybil?] Cholmondeley
London; Never put my nose outside the door but I have the dreadful feeling I am going to pass you unrecognised in the hurrying crowd [With Lewis exhibition advertisement with her name written on it.]

  79  
Lewis, Wyndham ALS to Nan Kivell
London; Dear Nan Kivell. Re. The Eliot portrait. - It is agreed that this portrait should be distinct and in no way involved with one other arrangement.

  79  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft] & TL[copy]S to Charles Handley-Read
London; Dear Mr. Handley-Read. The 16th I shall be delighted to see you here, and give yo what help I can. It will I am afraid be very much wanting

  79  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft] to [?] Newton
London; Dear Mrs. Newton. Thank you for your letter; my wife and I would like very much to come next Friday 13th. We shall arrive

  79  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft] & TLs to Willis Feast
London; My dear Sir. I feel extraordinarily ungregarious just now, having seen of late far too many people, and it is true that antipathy to the undergraduate

  79  
Lewis, Wyndham TL[copy]S to Edward Fuller
London; Dear Mr. Fuller. My absence in Paris on a flying-visit was responsible for the considerable delay in answering your kind letter

  79  
Lewis, Wyndham TL[copy] to Felix Giovanelli
London; My dear Gio. Your two letteres arrived simultaneously today (monday) at 3.30. Both seethe with promise. It is excellent that Sargent has succeeded

  79  
Lewis, Wyndham TL[copy]S to Hugh Kenner
London; Dear Mr. Kenner. Am just back from a flying-visit to Paris, which accounts for the lateness of this answering note.

  79  
Lewis, Wyndham TL[copy]S to [?] Ridgeway
London; Dear Mr. Ridgeway. I have been so exclusively engrossed in the task of preparing a large retrospective exhibition that I have,

  79  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[copy]S to Thomas Wade Earp
London; My dear Earp. I cannot tell you how pleased I was with your notice in the Telegraph + and its use will be boundless.

  79  
Lewis, Wyndham TL[copy]S to Joseph Ackerley
London; Dear Ackerley. First, what you said in your letter about my Listeneer articles was tremendously gratifying.

  79  
Lewis, Wyndham TL[copy]S to David Kahma
London; Dear Chama. A whole string of thanks to start with: The food parcel duly arrived and is being gratefully ddevoured.

  79  
Lewis, Wyndham TL[copy] to Michael Ayrton
London; Dear Ayrton. I am glad that the Foreword was alright. - You say you have encountered jealouly already: much more of it,

  79  
Lewis, Wyndham TL[copy]S to T. S. Eliot
London; Dear Eliot. Thank you for the copy of your note for "Time", and for certain handsome passages of same. If that graveyard scene

  79  
Lewis, Wyndham TL[copy]S to Felix Giovanelli
London; My dear Gio. Your letter just arrived. It is indeed good news about "Commentary". There are the other two names who say they will write articles

  79  
Lewis, Wyndham TL[copy]S to F. W. Heath
London; My dear Heath. Thank you for your note. It did not surprise me to hear that you had left Hutchinsons.

  79  
Lewis, Wyndham TL[copy]S to Archibald MacLeish
London; Dear MacLeish. As things are now arranged, in order to get to the States some dollar-getting or "cultural" mission must be alleged.

  79  
Lewis, Wyndham TL[copy]S to Alfred Barr, Jr.
London; Dear Barr. Enclosed are a couple of notices (I have had a gig and excellent press) of a show of my work. There is among other things a portrait of Eliot,

  79  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft] & TL[copy] to Cleanth Brooks
London; Dear Professor Brooks. As obvious Hugh Kenner (a student of yours I assume) is no position to do a great deal.

  79  
Lewis, Wyndham TL[copy]S to D. D. Paige
London; Dear Paige. My exhibition has kept me fairly busy, and I have not seen Eliot to talk to much since the sittings.

  80  
June 1949-January 1950
  80  
Lewis, Wyndham TM[copy] Edward Wadsworth
London; See box 8, folder 9.5. Removed from correspondence box to go into Lewis manuscript box.

  80  
Lewis, Wyndham TL[copy] to [Unknown]
London; Dear Sirs. No press clipping agency over here supplies American Press Clippings, so I shall remain in complete ignorance [Regarding "America and Cosmic Man"]

  80  
Lewis, Wyndham TL[copy]S to Cleanth Brooks
London; Dear Mr. Brooks. I am most grateful to you for your amiable letter: and if I do succeed, somehow, in getting to the States,

  80  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft] & TL[copy]S to Felix Giovanelli
London; Dear Gio. Enclosed letter was written long ago, as you will see, and had been posted I believe. Came across it yesterday

  80  
Lewis, Wyndham TL[copy]S to Archibald MacLeish
London; Dear MacLeish. Upon returning from the north I find your note and am most grateful for your action re. Sarah Lawrence College.

  80  
Lewis, Wyndham TL[copy] to Sir John Rothenstein
London; My dear Rothenstein. Today I brought the T. S. Eliot portrait to the Tate, and it was taken up to your office.

  80  
Lewis, Wyndham TL[copy]S to [Unknown?]
London; Dear Sir. I write to thank you for two copies of the Sat Review. of May 21, which you were so kind as to send me.

  80  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft] & TL[copy]S to David Kahma
London; My dear Khama. (1) A most awfully interesting letter, and (2) a first-rae parcel, containing tins of butter among other good things,

  80  
Lewis, Wyndham TL[copy] to Charles Handley-Read
London; Dear Mr. Handley-Read. A letter from T. S. Eliot has just arrived, apprising me of your plan for a book, and enquiring what I think about it.

  80  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft] to Sir John Rothenstein
London; Dear Rothenstein. I have just learned from someone at the Tate that my portrait of T. S. Eliot was not bought.

  80  
Lewis, Wyndham TL[copy]S to Dwight MacDonald
London; Dear Mr. Macdonald. I have been rushing around the north of England again, and have just found your kind letter,

  80  
Lewis, Wyndham TL[copy]S to Geoffrey Stone
London; Sear Stone. We have not got to the States yet. I forget whether I told you about the prospect of a big show of pictures of mine?

  80  
Lewis, Wyndham TL[copy] to Louise Thomas
London; Dear Miss Thomas. Thank you very much for the cuttings and I was delighted to hear of Doubledays satisfaction [Thomas was a Doubleday employee.]

  80  
Lewis, Wyndham TL[copy] to Wyndham Vint
London; Dear Mr. Vint. I wonder if you would be so very kind as to tell me the Bradford address of the "Yorkshire Observer."

  80  
Lewis, Wyndham TL[copy]S to T. S. Eliot
London; Dear Eliot. I was delighted to receive your most reassuring letter. So the matter is settled, bar the question of procedure.

  80  
Lewis, Wyndham TL[copy]S to Felix Giovanelli
London; My dear Gio. The cuttings have just arrived. Thank you very much for taking all this trouble. - Some one tells me - my dentist

  80  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft] & TL[copy]S to T. S. Eliot
London; Dear Eliot. I have received the cheque for 300 pounds, for which many thanks. What was the significance of the additional 50?

  80  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft] & TL[copy]S to T. S. Eliot
London; My dear Eliot. The more I consider the contents of the two letters I received this morning, from yourself and from I.A. Richards,

  80  
Lewis, Wyndham TL[copy]S to David Kahma
London; My dear Khama. Thank you for your letter, thank you for 1- food parcel and stationery parcel and for cuttings from "New Yorker"

  80  
Lewis, Wyndham TL[copy]S to Alfred Barr, Jr.
London; Dear Mr. Barr. A young Negro artist named Denis Williams (of British Guiana) is passing through New York, on his way home.

  80  
Lewis, Wyndham TL[copy]S to Felix Giovanelli
London; My dear Gio. Thank you for the cuttings. All I have seen have been favourable, from the "New Yorker" to the provincial press,

  80  
Lewis, Wyndham TL[copy] to James Thrall Soby
London; Dear Mr. Soby. A young Negro artist named Denis Williams (of British Guiana) is passing through New York, on his way home.[same as letter to Alfed Barr, folder 20.]

  80  
Lewis, Wyndham TL[copy] to Dennis Williams
London; Dear Mr. Williams. Here are two (identical) letters to Mr. Soby and Mr. Barr. The latter is Chairman of the Board of Governors,

  80  
Lewis, Wyndham TL[copy] & TL[copy] to Dennis Williams
London; Dear Mr. Williams. Here is the letter I promised you for Mr. Barr, Chairman of Board of Directors, Metropolitan Museum,

  80  

London; Dear Mr. Williams. Here are two (identical) letters to Mr. Soby and Mr. Barr. The latter is Chairman of the Board of Governors, [A third copy of the letter from folder 24.]

  80  
Lewis, Wyndham TL[copy]S to Augustus John
London; My dear John. When your answer to a letter of mine arrived earlier in the year, I drafted a letter, but through some oversight,

  80  
Lewis, Wyndham TL[copy] to [Unknown]
London; Dear Sir. On my return I find your note, containing a new claim. - Will you please inform me what is now owing, [Addressed "To The Manager".]

  80  
Lewis, Wyndham TL[copy] to Charles Handley-Read
London; My dear Mr. Handley-Read. Thank you for your letter: and I was very glad to hear you had after all been able to get the full plan off

  80  
Lewis, Wyndham TL[copy] to [?] Kinnard
London; Dear Mr. Kinnard. I am ashamed to be answering so long a time after the arrival - in my absence - of your kind note.

  80  
Lewis, Wyndham TL[copy] to [?] Searle
London; Dear Mrs. Searle. Here is the substitute note for the "Arghol" drawing. "Arghol" is a character in a play, written by me in 1914.

  80  
Lewis, Wyndham TL[copy] to Wyndham Vint
London; Dear Mr. Vint. We have been spending a little time at a small farm in the outer suburbs, and now I find your letter,

  80  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft & TL[copy]S to Charles Handley-Read
London; Dear Mr. Handley-Read. Your letter very disagreably surprised me of course. You started by saying "Now I think I know where I stand/ etc."

  80  
Lewis, Wyndham TL[copy]S to David Kahma
London; My dear Khama. You are always asking me what I want. Well, next to butter, my major shortage is bread.

  80  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft] to Gene Nash
London; My dear Nash. On top of my highly successful picture exhibition, which involved a lot of extra activity, I undertook to write a book

  80  
Lewis, Wyndham TL[copy]S to Gene Nash
London; My dear Nash. On top of my highly successful picture exhibition, which involved a lot of extra activity, I undertook to write a book [Typed copy of letter in folder 34.]

  80  
Lewis, Wyndham TL[copy]S to T. S. Eliot
London; Dear Eliot. Your letter has just arrived and I am glad to hear everything is arranged regarding the portrait.

  80  
Lewis, Wyndham TL[copy]S to Charles Handley-Read
London; Dear Mr. Handley-Read. Thank you for your letter and the rough draft of what you will eventually send to Fabers.

  80  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft] to Geoffrey Stone
London; Dear Stone. Alas, I have been away and your letter has just caught up with me. - There is not question, I fear, of my getting to Paris

  80  
Lewis, Wyndham TL[copy]S to David Kahma
London; Dear Khama. Thank you for your long and very interesting letter in answer to a long letter of mine.

  80  
Lewis, Wyndham TL[copy]S to Gene Nash
London; My dear Nash. A billion thanks for sending the mixes with such expedition. That is wonderful - I shall not be thrown back on the awful stuff

  80  
Lewis, Wyndham TL[copy]S to Myra Pearl
London; Dear Miss Pearl. The Redfern Gallery have forwarded your letter. I am mailing, by sea letter-post, a glossy photograph

  80  
Lewis, Wyndham TL[copy] to William K. Rose
London; Dear Mr. Rose. Your letter has been forwarded me by my ex-publisher. You tell me you are engaged upon a "dissertation"

  80  
Lewis, Wyndham TL[copy]S to Louis Thomas
London; Dear Miss Thomas. The reviews of my book "America and Cosmis Man", must be about complete, by now.

  80  
Lewis, Wyndham TL[copy]S to [?] Vickers
London; Dear Mr. Vickers. I am afraid that although one of the shots you took of me seemed fairly good to me (the one with the fist

  80  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft] to A. P. Watt & Son
London; Dear Mr. Watt. Thank you for having discovered so eminantly satisfactory a part for the old "Tarr", and for "Wild Body"

  80  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft] to Charles Handley-Read
London; Dear Mr. Handley-Read. Your letter came this morning. My position is a slightly difficult one, since I am naturally unwilling to repay you

  80  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft] to T. S. Eliot
London; Dear Eliot. Thank you for the adjestment in my favour in the cheque you sent for the purchase of the portrait.

  80  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft] to Ivor Armstrong Richards
London; Dear Richards. The only reason for my not writting sooner is that I have no address except Magdaline, and I feel rather doubtful about it.

  80  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft] & TL[copy]S to Charles Handley-Read
London; Dear Mr. Handley-Read. It appears that I was mistaken and that the three pages you sent me are notes only: that there will be another 2 or 3

  80  
Lewis, Wyndham TL[copy] to [?] Dow, of the Transatlantic Council
London; Dear Mr. Dow. Thank you for your letter and enclosure. There is nothing I would more gladly help to promote than sensible relations

  80  
Lewis, Wyndham TL[copy]S to T. S. Eliot
London; My dear Eliot. You are I suppose now back from Edinburgh. I was very glad to read, by the way, that your play performed up there

  80  
Lewis, Wyndham TL[copy]S to Charles Handley-Read
London; My dear Mr. Handley-Read. You return to Bryanston on the 18th? You should I think aim at getting the whole transcript ready

  80  
Lewis, Wyndham TL[copy] to Myra Pearl
London; Dear Mrs. Pearl. Of the 1938 portrait I have no photograph. I loaned the London office of "Time" a book in which the portrait is reproduced:

  80  
Lewis, Wyndham TL[copy]S to David Kahma
London; Dear Khama. I am interested in your autobiography and I am interested in your dissertations: but do allow me to say that they mix awfully bad.

  80  
Lewis, Wyndham TL[copy]S to Dennis Williams
London; Dear Williams. This is a very tardy reply to your communications: but I have been moving about the country,

  80  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft] to William K. Rose
London; Dear Mr. Rose. Thank you for your letter. The reason I asked for enlightenment was because, had you been an undergraduate at Harvard,

  80  
Lewis, WyndhamAL[draft] to Dod, Longstaffe & Fenwick
London; Dear Sirs. I cannot understand whether the list of figures you sent me records cash payments to you on account or not.

  80  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft] to T. S. Eliot
London; Dear Eliot. Practically any day except nexyt Monday will be all right for a meal. Let us go (lunch or dinner) to the Ivy Restaurant

  80  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft] to Ivor Armstrong Richards
London; My dear Richards. As you will have learned I expect the Eliot portrait No. 2 is to hand in Magdalene College -

  80  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft]S to Lynette Roberts
London; Dear Lynette Roberts. Yesterday I returned from field-work in the Midlands and received your letter.

  80  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft] to Henry Swabey
London; Dear Swabey. This is a line or two only - for I must delay no more in but acknowledge your kind letter of Sept.29,

  80  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft] to Charles Handley-Read
London; Dear Handley-Read. For a matter of 10 days I have been engaged in field-work in East Anglia, though I should have sent you a note

  80  
Lewis, Wyndham TL[copy]S to Charles Handley-Read
London; Dear Handley-Read. I have been very remiss in not writing sooner. The fact is I am trying to get a book finished.

  80  
Lewis, Wyndham TL[copy]S to Victor Pasmore
London; Dear Pasmore. Thank you for your note and enclosure. The photographs interest me very much, and I am look forward a great deal

  80  
Lewis, Wyndham TL[copy]S to Peter Russell
London; Dear Mr. Russell. I am most obliged for the two copies of "Nine", which appears to me an extremely good start

  80  
Lewis, Wyndham TL[copy]S to David Kahma
London; My dear Khama. Enclosed is a long note I wrote you as soon as I received your mss. but I could find no one to type it.

  80  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft] & TL[ccopy]S to Henry Swabey
London; Dear Swabey. No man is my equal as a bad correspondent. However, thank you for the very interesting material

  80  
Lewis, Wyndham TL[copy]S to David Kahma
London; My dear Khama. First my wife had 'flu. Then I acquired it from her. And when it went away it came back again.

  80  
Lewis, Wyndham TL[copy]S to Felix Giovanelli
London; My dear Gio. I was glad to hear that all was well and have been trying to sit down to write to you ever since -

  80  
Lewis, Wyndham TL[copy] to John Sargent
London; My dear Mr. Sargent. At the top of your letter I see the date Aug. 20, and I am horrified. The fact is, I have not been in one place

  80  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft] to [Unknown? Laundry]
London; Dear Sir. I am writing re. the non-delivery of washing. The reason given is that the road is up. But it is only up on one side:

  80  
Lewis, Wyndham TL[copy] to David Kahma
London; My dear Khama. Now I have to write a very different letter to the other one I enclose. First, I want you to believe me

  80  
Lewis, Wyndham TL[copy]S to Henry Swabey
London; My dear Mr. Swabey. Thank you very much for telling me about the village school conflict up-to-date. It is full of interest.

  80  
Lewis, Wyndham TL[copy]S to [?] Cohen
London; Dear Mr. Cohen. Thank you for the copy of "Commentary" which you were so kind as to send me. The wrong review appeared

  80  
Lewis, Wyndham TL[copy] to Hans Fleig
London; Dear Mr. Fleig. I am in receipt of your letter. Will you telephone me please?

  80  
Lewis, Wyndham TL[copy]S to Felix Giovanelli
London; Dear Gio. Thank you for your letter. I don't suppose the yarns about Rosenwald not tipping every Negro he sees mean very much.

  80  
Lewis, Wyndham TL[copy]S to Willis Feast
London; Dear and Reverend Sir! For some time I have been obliged to suspend all correspondence. Some work (with a deadline to it)

  80  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft] & TL[copy]S to Augustus John
London; My dear John. Thank you for your note and for the Delphic Review. I was glad to hear I had given proof of second sight,

  80  
Lewis, Wyndham TL[copy] & TL[c[]y]S to Colston Leigh
London; Dear Colston Leigh. A most surprising thing has happened. After a year's most cordial correspondence with you, I received

  80  
Lewis, Wyndham TL[copy] to John Palmer
London; My dear Mr. Palmer. Thank you for the cheque, and also for the copy of the Nov. "Sewanee", which arrived during my absence.

  80  
Lewis, Wyndham TL[copy]S to Lynette Roberts
London; My dear Lynette. We shall both be very pleased to see you again. Give notice of your approach.

  80  
Lewis, Wyndham TL[copy] to A.P. Watt
London; Dear Mr. Watt. Please forgive me for not answering your letter before. First there was 'flu,

  80  
Lewis, Wyndham TL[copy]S to Dennis H. Wrong
London; Dear Mr. Wrong. A copy of "commentary" was very kindly sent me by the editor.

  80  
Lewis, Wyndham TLS to Richard de la Mare
London; Dear Mr. de le Mare. These are practically all the photographs. The best grouping I think would be (1)

  80  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft] to A. P. Watt
London; Dear Mr. Watt. Methuen have about 50 thousand words of a near 70 to 80 thousand words book

  80  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft] to J. Alan White
London; Dear Mr. White. Perhaps I ought to write to say that (1) "Rotting Hill" is not a title I insist on at all.

  80  
Lewis, Wyndham TL[copy] to Richard de la Mare
London; Dear Mr. de la Mare. Confirming what was said on the telephone, the parties to the agreement

  80  
Lewis, Wyndham TL[copy] to F. W. Heath
London; My dear Heath. I was delighted to hear that all is as it should be. I feared you might encounter difficulties

  80  
Lewis, Wyndham TL[copy]S to David Kahma
London; My dear Khama. In this pause, during a long holiday, let me get the promised letter written. First, answers to queries.

  80  
Lewis, Wyndham TL[draft, fragment] & TL[copy] to Charles Handley-Read
London; My dear Mr. Handley-Read. I have an awfully uncomfortable feeling that you are displeased. Can you dispel it?

  80  
Lewis, Wyndham TL[copy, fragment] to [Unknown]
London; ... Thank you very much for your invitation to the Wedding Party. As it is, I am half way to blindness, or nine-tenths

  80  
Lewis, Wyndham TL[copy] to Thomas H. Carter
London; Dear Carter. I was delighted to hear that you had read the Human Age and liked it. I have not found a publisher for it in America.

  80  
Lewis, Wyndham TL[copy] to Ashley Dukes
London; Dear Mr. Ashley Dukes. Extreme thanks for transmitting to me the message from the Garrick Club: and thank you also for forgiving me

  80  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft] to T. S. Eliot
London; Dear Eliot. Nov. 3rd will do excellently. Should we say seven o'clock. It is very kind of you to suggest giving us dinner, [not in Lewis' hand]

  80  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft] to T. S. Eliot
London; Dear Eliot. Three TL's in bin, and do not pay any attention to it. It is just a line to say how delighted I was with the reassuring news

  80  
Lewis, Wyndham ALS to Willis Feast
London; Dear Reverend Faustus. I cannot imagine what has happened to you; but I daresay that you feel the same about me. [Not Lewis' hand.]

  80  
Lewis, Wyndham TL[copy] to Douglass Glass
London; Dear Glass. Thank you for your letter and I regret to hear that you have not been well. It is excellent news that you have secured

  80  
Lewis, Wyndham AL to Joyce [Grigson?]
London; Dear Joyce. All the happy feelings you had were also experienced by us, and may they be repeated as often as possible. [On same leaf AL to Mrs. Hirst, n.d.. Not in Lewis' hand.]

  80  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[photostat] to Joyce [Grigson?]
London; Dear Joyce. All the happy feelings you had were also experienced by us, and may they be repeated as often as possible. [Photostat of same leaf in folder 98. On same leaf AL to Mrs. Hirst, n.d.. Not in Lewis' hand.]

  80  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft] to Hugh Kenner
London; [Out of date sequence. Removed and put in box 80.folder 110.2.]

  80  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft, fragment] to Hugh Kenner
London; ... It bristles with difficulty. God is a big problem. The sorting out of the dialogues is another. As a theologian I am inferior

  80  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft?]S to G. Anne (Hoskyns) Lewis
London; Removed due to date, put in box 80. folder 110.4]

  80  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft]S to Naomi Mitchison
London; Naomi. Delighted to see you four Monday. Sorry about telephone dial zero and ask exchange for number.

  80  
Lewis, Wyndham TL[copy] to Monroe Spears
London; Dear Mr. Spears. Thank you for your letter, and I am sorry to hear that the Navy have laid claim to Mr. Palmer.

  80  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft]S to [?] Morgan
London; Cablegram Morgan. Will November first be all right for review of [C..?] book. Letter on way

  80  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft] to Sir Nicholas Waterhouse
London; Dear Docker. My apologies for not answering your letter sooner, but I have been awaiting the call from your office

  80  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft] to Katherine Webb
London; Dear Mrs. Webb. I must apologize for having failed to answer your letter, but the fact is so much of my time and energy

  80  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft, fragment] to J. Alan White
London; Dear White. Thank you for your letter. I shall be very glad to have at me unexpurgated copy of copy of my book.

  80  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft] to Envoy Editor
London; Dear Mr. .... Thank you for your letter which I have taken a long time to answer but I have been in different parts of Europe

  80  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft] to Hugh Kenner
London; Dear Kenner. Enclosed is Wagner's article in "Nine". Then I mailed a copy of your article to Peter Kassel;

  80  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft?]S to G. Anne (Hoskyns) Lewis
London; My dear Froanna. I was so glad you arrived without mishap, and that Hell's and Megrich's farm is the dream-come-true

  80  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft] to Katherine Webb
London; Dear Mrs. Webb. I duly received your letter, but at the moment was engaged in a struggle with your Production Manager,

  80  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft] to Hans Fleig
London; Dear Mr. Fleig. Thank you very much for (1) the copy of "Die Tat", and for (2) so kindly procuring the information

  80  
Lewis, Wyndham TL[copy] to Felix Giovanelli
London; My dear Giovanelli. On Jan. 20 I have to go into a nursing-home for about two weeks according to present comptations).

  80  
Lewis, Wyndham TL[copy] to John Palmer
London; My dear Mr. Palmer. Thank you for your kind letter. I should be delighted to send you something else before long,

  80  
Lewis, Wyndham TL[copy] to Peter du Sautoy
London; Dear Mr. du Sautoy. Thank you for your letter and draft of agreement. - It would be better, I agree with you,

  80  
Lewis, Wyndham TL[copy]S to Sir Nicholas Waterhouse
London; Dear Docker. The doctors are urgent: if some toxin is not removed I lose my sight. Monday they start pumping in penincillin.

  80  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft] to Henry Swabey
London; Dear Mr. Swabey. Forgive me for not at once asknowledging your letter and mss. but I have been much occupied with doctors.

  81  
February 1950-June 1951
  81  
Lewis, Wyndham TL[copy]S & TL[copy] to Willis Feast
London; Dear and reverend! I was much complimented by your silence. Your faith in my constitution is so great

  81  
Lewis, Wyndham TL[copy]S to Felix Giovanelli
London; As you see, the accompanying note was typed but not corrected before I entered [Handwritten note on copy states: To Giovanelli (with letter date 18 Jan.)]

  81  
Lewis, Wyndham TL[copy]S to David Kahma
London; The letter dated Jan. 18 was ready to mail all but corrections. It was brought to me in nursing-home [Handwritten not on copy states: To Kavid Khama (accompanying other sheet dated Jan. 18.)]

  81  
Lewis, Wyndham TL[copy]S to Naomi Mitchison
London; Dear Naomi. It would be great fun to do a portrait-drawing of your brother.

  81  
Lewis, Wyndham TL[copy]S to Henry Swabey
London; My dear Swabey. Many apologies for not acknowledging earlier you kind letters and mss. and the mags.

  81  
Lewis, Wyndham TLS & TL[copy]to Ivor Armstrong Richards
London; Dear Richards. Is it possible to obtain in the U. S. some job as "resident artist",

  81  
Lewis, Wyndham TL[cop]S to David Kahma
London; Dear Khama. First: a parcel of Mix appeared on the next day after the dispatch of my letter. Additons made March 1 and 11 March.]

  81  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft] to Eric Newton
London; My dear Newton. Thanks for the typescript of your essay for the Faber book.

  81  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft] to J. Alan White
London; Dear Mr. White. Here is the title-story. (The paper is American, & works out at about 310 words a page -

  81  
Lewis, Wyndham TL[copy]S to Philip James
London; Dear Mr. Philip James. Since January I have been unable to attend to correspondence.

  81  
Lewis, Wyndham TL[copy]S to T. S. Eliot
London; My dear Eliot. It was very kind of you to send me a copy of "The Cocktail Party".

  81  
Lewis, Wyndham TL[copy]S to Meyrick Booth
London; My dear Meyrick. We were both delighted to get your letter, which took, by the way, 12 days

  81  
Lewis, Wyndham TL[copy] to Philip James
London; Dear Philip James. Thank you for supplying me with the information I required. I must decline

  81  
Lewis, Wyndham TL[copy] to T. S. Eliot
London; My dear Eliot. You will be receiving this week Handley-Read's contribution. He read it to me

  81  
Lewis, Wyndham TL[copy]S to Graham Ackroyd
London; Dear Mr. Ackroyd. Thank you for offering to lend me a copy of "Air Conditioned Nightmare",

  81  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft] & TL[copy]S to Graham Ackroyd
London; Dear Mr. Ackroyd. Thank you for offering to lend me a copy of "Air Conditioned Nightmare", [Same as typed version of letter in folder 15. On verso of AL[draft] is one to Julian Trevelyan, dated Apr.8, 1950.]

  81  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft] & TL[copy] to Dr. [?] Bull
London; Dear Dr. Bull. You will recall that I asked you before we began whether it was very expensive. [Draft also contains AL[draft] to Henry Swabey on recto and AL[draft] to Willis Feast on recto. All of same date. Photostat is of recto of draft leaf.]

  81  
Lewis, Wyndham TL[copy]S & TLS to Willis Feast
London; Dear and reverend Festus. Paschal greetings! I was indeed distressed to learn of your indisposition. [Typed version of draft in folder 17.]

  81  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft] & TL[copy]S to David Kahma
London; My dear Kahma. First, let me say that I am for some reason glad to learn that you are not black.

  81  
Lewis, Wyndham TL[copy]S to Henry Swabey
London; My dear Swabey. Thank you for the Dunmow magazine. Your editorials become more [Typed version of draft in folder 17.]

  81  
Lewis, Wyndham TL[copy]S to Julian Trevelyan
London; Dear Trevelyan. I see for my sins oceans of pictures every month, and yours, as I wrote,

  81  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft] to Naomi Mitchison
London; My dear Naomi. Have telephoned several times to Temple. Noone there. Your last letter

  81  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft] to Julian Symons
London; My dear Symons. Thank you for the review of "Tarr" in "Tribune", the best account of that book

  81  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft] to Augustus John
London; My dear John. Very sorry about the other night. I have bid to withstand a good many shocks [On verso TL[draft] to Dr. [?] Fant. With photostat of recto letter to John.]

  81  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft] & TL[copy] to John Palmer
London; My dear Mr. Palmer. You must have wondered what had happed to me. I will explain.

  81  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft] & TL[copy]S to Roy Campbell
London; My dear Campbell. First the Catacomb. There is no need for me to read it - which I have not

  81  
Lewis, Wyndham TL[copy]S to Roy Campbell
London; Dear Campbell. It is evident from your note that you are passing a far pleasanter summer

  81  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft] & TL[copy] to [Unknown]
London; Dear Sirs. Your letter has just reached me - it was forwarded to the wrong address.

  81  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft] & TL[copy]S & TL[copy] to A. P. Watt
London; Dear Mr. Watt. If I said in my last letter as you tell me I did, "I am quite sure what you have done

  81  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft] & TLS to T. S. Eliot
London; Dear Eliot. Thank you for your letter. I fully relise that the urgency of the matter has been

  81  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft] & TL[copy]S to T. S. Eliot
London; My dear Eliot. Under the circumstances I will enclose this (writing private on it) in the letter

  81  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft] to T. S. Eliot
London; My dear Eliot. I was sorry I could not see you before Thursday week. I should like to see you

  81  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft] to the National Book League
London; Dear Mr. .... Regarding your letter of 17 August, I will be glad to supply you with a page

  81  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft] to Helen Saunders
London; Dear Miss Saunders. The facts, extremely briefly, are these. (1) My absence from England

  81  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft] to Julian Symons
London; Dear Symons. I have had several thies on telephone, but Challock was silent.

  81  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft] to T. S. Eliot
London; Dear Eliot. What I propose, briefly, is a seventy or seventy-five thousand work book

  81  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft] & TL[copy]S to Sir Nicholas Waterhouse
London; Dear Docker. In case we do not meet on Friday next, although I hope we shall:

  81  
Lewis, Wyndham TLS to John Carter
London; Dear Mr. Carter. Regarding your letter of 17 Aug., I shall be glad to supply you with a page [Typed version of leaf in folder 32.]

  81  
Lewis, Wyndham TL[copy]S to Willis Feast
London; Dear and Reverend! Forgive this infinitely tardy response. In the first place, we went to Sweden,

  81  
Lewis, Wyndham TL[copy] to Meyrick Booth
London; My dear Booth. Your details about the farm surprised me in one respect. I am most ignorant

  81  
Lewis, Wyndham TL[copy]S to Joseph Ackerley
London; My dear Ackerley. As you advised, I have visited the best of the exhibitions. But practically

  81  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft] to J. Alan White
London; Dear White. I find I have not quite enough short stories for the book plan. [Not in Lewis' hand.]

  81  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft] & TL[copy]S to Herbert Read
London; Dear Read. Thank you for your letter. You tell me that you always endeavour to please me,

  81  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft] & TLS to J. Alan White
London; My dear Mr. White. It gave me the greatest pleasure to hear that "Rude Assignment" interested you.

  81  
Lewis, Wyndham TL[copy] to Meyrick Booth
London; Dear Booth. The address of the Paris doctor has been found, 24 hours after sending off my telegram.

  81  
Lewis, Wyndham TL[copy] to David Kahma
London; Dear Kahma. You must excuse my seeming dilatoriness in writing. My eyes have again

  81  
Lewis, Wyndham TL[copy] to T. S. Eliot
London; Dear Eliot. I hear you are back. What I am writing about is the dismissal of Eric Newton

  81  
Lewis, Wyndham TL[copy] to James Laughlin
London; Dear Laughlin. Thank you for your letter, which I have left so long unanswered because I have not been well.

  81  
Lewis, Wyndham Document Receipt
London; [Removed and placed in box 56, folder 2.5.

  81  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft] to John McLeod
London; Dear McLeod. Thank you for your letter. The dictaphone the idea of which filled me with delight

  81  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft] to John McLeod
London; Dear McLeod. At the time of the receipt of your letter, a reply was drafted, but it did not get typed.

  81  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft] to Naomi Mitchison
London; Dear Naomi. Thank you for your letter. Please note that we have now moved back to Studio A [On verso is AL[draft] to Ivor Armstrong Richards, [1951]. Draft dictated to another.]

  81  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft] to University of Leeds Registrar
London; Thank you for informing me of the great honour which has been done me -

  81  
Lewis, Wyndham TL[copy, fragment] to D. Geoffrey Bridson
London; ... Wolfit's performance was so incredibly fine and he after all carried on his back the main

  81  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft] to Dr. [?] Fant
London; Dear Dr. Fant. Our conversation the other day has convinced me that it is no use looking

  81  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft] to Douglas Glass
London; Dear Mr. Douglas Glass. Thank you for your letter. I should be delighted to sit for you, of course.

  81  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft] to Ivor Armstrong Richards
London; Dear Richards. I have your letter and was very interested in what you said about China.

  81  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft] to J. Alan White
London; Dear White. After our telephone talk I had a look at the lawyers further note. By all means delete

  81  
Lewis, Wyndham TL[copy] to David Kahma
London; Dear Kahma. The letter you received a week or so ago was posted a week or more after it was written.

  81  
Lewis, Wyndham TL[copy] to Ivor Armstrong Richards
London; My dear Richards. Some time ago I received your letter, wrote to you in reply, and then found

  81  
Lewis, Wyndham TL[copy]S to Willis Feast
London; Dearest Reverend Faustus. I was most ashamed and disgusted at having to miss you on your last trip

  81  
Lewis, Wyndham TLS to Geoffrey Grigson
London; My Dear Grigson. I was awfully glad to hear from Methuen that you were doing the booklet.

  81  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft] to Joseph Ackerley
London; My dear Ackerly. Am afraid I depressed you by my account of the dark room into which I am

  81  
Lewis, Wyndham TL[copy] to John McLeod
London; Dear McLeod. Thank you for your kind letter. The moment has arrived when work on my novel

  81  
Lewis, Wyndham TL[copy] to R. A. Scott-James
London; Dear Scott-James. Thank you for the copy of "Britain Today", with the very excellent review

  81  
Lewis, Wyndham TL[copy] to Sir Nicholas Waterhouse
London; Dear Docker. Your letter arrived this morning (Wednesday). It was extremely kind of you

  81  
Lewis, Wyndham TL[copy] to [?] Inglis
London; Dear Mr. Inglis. Here are the facts promised me by the Redforn Gallery. Eventually please return this,

  81  
Lewis, Wyndham TL[copy] to Naomi Mitchison
London; Dear Naomi. I was very pleased to receive such a nice long letter from Pakistan.

  81  
Lewis, Wyndham TL[copy]S to Hugh Porteus
London; Dear Porteus. It is perfectly true that I am extremely rapidly losing my sight,

  81  
Lewis, Wyndham TL[copy] to Ivor Armstrong Richards
London; Dear Richards. Excuse me for delaying this answer, but I have been moving about.

  81  
Lewis, Wyndham TL[copy] to Eric Southall
London; Dear Mr. Southall. Many apologies are due to you for the unconscionable delay in answering

  81  
Lewis, Wyndham TL[copy] to Ivor Armstrong Richards
London; Dear Richards. Mr. Huntington Cairns got in touch with me a few days ago. I had lunch

  81  
Lewis, Wyndham TL[copy] to Douglass Glass
London; Dear Glass. Everyone agrees that the photographs are unusually good. T. S. Eliot declares

  81  
Lewis, Wyndham TL[copy] to Geoffrey Grigson
London; My dear Grisgon. I have just finished reading your extraordinarily well-composed and beautifully written

  81  
Lewis, Wyndham TL[copy] to J. Alan White
London; Dear White. Enclosed is the Mss. of Grigson's essay, which is, I think, almost a model of

  81  
Lewis, Wyndham TL[copy]S & TLS to Willis Feast
London; Dear Twentieth Century Faust of Booton. I was considerably scandalized to learn that like your

  81  
Lewis, Wyndham TL[copy] to David Kahma
London; My dear Kahma. I was delighted to receive your charming letter; to hear of your trip to the U.S.

  81  
Lewis, Wyndham TL[copy] to John McLeod
London; Dear McLeod. Your letter somewhat astonished me: for when you came to see me you described

  81  
Lewis, Wyndham TL[copy] to Hugh Porteus
London; Dear Porteus. Thank you for your letter. I was very sorry to hear that you had lost the News Service job.

  81  
Lewis, Wyndham TL[copy] to Omar Pound
London; Dear Omar. Thank you for the forty-two pounds, which I have duly received,

  81  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft] to Stephen Spender
London; Dear Mr. Spender. Your letter gave me the greatest plesure: coming from a one-time sitter and a poet [Draft dictated to another.]

  81  
Lewis, Wyndham TL[copy] to R. A. Scott-James
London; Dear Scott-James. Thank you for your nice letter, and it was a delightful surprise to hear that the ecxellent review was by your daughter.

  81  
Lewis, Wyndham TL[copy] to Sir Nicholas Waterhouse
London; My dear Docker. I am as truly thankful, as I am to the Lord for the meals He provides, for the rent money which arrived this morning.

  81  
Lewis, Wyndham TL[copy] to D. Geoffrey Bridson
London; Dear Bridson (Mister I must no longer say). It is easy to thank an actor for giving a magnificent performance, but it is a very difficult

  81  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft] to John Edwards
London; Dear Mr. Edwards. It is true that I am allergic to flattery but not to respectable acclaim. Let me assure you that esteem[Draft dictated to another.]

  81  
Lewis, Wyndham TL[copy] to D. Geoffrey Bridson
London; Dear Mr. Bridson. Here are (1) the piece for the end as promised (2) the booklet, Grigson. By the way, I should have said

  81  
Lewis, Wyndham TL[copy] to T. S. Eliot
London; Dear Eliot. Since your return from America in the Autumn I had heard nothing from you, and so was on the point of writing.

  81  
Lewis, Wyndham TL[copy] to Cynthia Thompson
London; Dear Cynthia Thompson. I have been away in Ireland, with no mail forwarded and did not receive your kind and charming letter

  81  
Lewis, Wyndham TL[copy] to John J. Adams
London; My dear Adams. Your letter brings back the past. My article in the Listener has been productive of my many pleasant surprises,

  81  
Lewis, Wyndham TL[copy] to T. S. Eliot
London; Dear Eliot. On the eighteenth something is happening to which I am obliged particularly to attend, and on the following day,

  81  
Lewis, Wyndham TL[copy] to Molly Gregory
London; Dear Miss Gregory. Your letter, so instinct with friendly feeling, arrived during my absence in Ireland.

  81  
Lewis, Wyndham TL[copy] toH. Hilton
London; My Dear Hilton. Alas, we have not met much since those days when we would go to Frascatis for lunch, and I in my

  81  
Lewis, Wyndham TL[copy] to Jill Pickard
London; Dear Miss Pickard. I hasten to acknowledge your kind letter, as I was away in Ireland, when it arrived.

  81  
Lewis, Wyndham TL[copy] to Kerrison Preston
London; Dear Kerrison Preston. Since the days when you and I were snub-nosed brats at Rugby school (were you in my form or what?)

  81  
Lewis, Wyndham TLS to Sir John Rothenstein
London; Dear Rothenstein. I have been over to Ireland which is why I have been so long in answering your letter.

  81  
Lewis, Wyndham TL[copy] to Sir John Rothenstein
London; Dear Rothenstein. I have been over to Ireland which is why I have been so long in answering your letter. Typed copy of letter in folder 93

  81  
Lewis, Wyndham TL[copy] to Julian Symons
London; Dear Symons. Thank you for your note and for the various activities on my behalf you announce. I am surprised to hear

  81  
Lewis, Wyndham TL[copy] to [?] Vanner
London; Dear Miss Vanner. Your interesting letter arrived while I was away in Ireland. I now hasten to acknowledge it.

  81  
Lewis, Wyndham TL[copy] to T. S. Eliot
London; Dear Eliot. The twenty-sixth, at about half past seven, will suyit me very well. In case I did not send the complete address,

  81  
Lewis, Wyndham TL[copy] to Naomi Mitchison
London; My dear Naomi. Owing to a very distu bed life, full of movement, I have, alas, omitted to answer your very kind letter.

  81  
Lewis, Wyndham TL[copy] to Dorothea Richards
London; Dear Mrs. Richards. Thank you for your note. I have moved to near Victoria Station, actually,

  81  
Lewis, Wyndham TL[copy] to J. Alan White
London; Dear White. My new address is Ashley Mansions, Flat 18. 254 Vauxville Bridge Rd., London S.W.1. Tel. Vic. 9377.

  81  
Lewis, Wyndham TL[copy] toAugustus John
London; My dear John. As you will see from the enclosed slip I have changed my residence. This place is at the Victoria Station end

  82  
July 1951-July 1953
  82  
Lewis, Wyndham TL[copy] to[Unknown?]
London; Dear Sir. The nature of my disability is as follows: I am unable to see to read or write. This is owing to pressure upon the optic nerve

  82  
Lewis, Wyndham TL[copy] to B.H. Gray
London; Dear Mrs. Gray. Thank you for your letter of June 29th and the terms as outlined there are agreeable to me.

  82  
Lewis, Wyndham TL[copy] to David Kahma
London; Dear Khama. The enclosed new address slip will partly explain my delay in answering your extremely kind and interesting letter.

  82  
Lewis, Wyndham TL[copy] to Ivor Armstrong Richards
London; Dear Richards. It is very disappointing that the Radio Records of "The Childermass" are not available for the United States.

  82  
Lewis, Wyndham TL[copy] to [Unknown]
London; Dear Sir. Enclosed a money order for Ten Pounds, the sum agreed to by the Deputy Rating-Officer [Written on Lewis' behalf.]

  82  
Lewis, Wyndham TL[copy] to [?] Raymond
London; Dear Mr. Raymond. Your letter has only just reached me as I have been out of London. Since for twenty years I have had no royalty reports

  82  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft] & TL[copy] to Ivor Armstrong Richards
London; Dear Richards. I hope that you and your wife will dine with me when next you are in London. [Draft dictated to another. Also on recto and verso is AL to Roy Cambell, July 14, 1952 and on verso AL to Alan Price-Jones, July 14 1951; with photostat of both recto and verso. Plus TL version of letters to Richards and Price-Jones.]

  82  
Lewis, Wyndham TL[copy] to [?] Silvester
London; Dear Mr. Silvester. I am proposing to pay into my account Five Hundred pounds, to be followed before very long by other sums.

  82  
Lewis, Wyndham TL[copy] to John Broadbent
London; Dear Mr. Broadbent. I should have acknowledged immediately your letter, and the cheque for one hundred pounds,

  82  
Lewis, Wyndham TL[copy] to Stuart Gilbert
London; Dear Stuart Gilbert. It is many years since we last met, but I understand you are in the same place as before.

  82  
Lewis, Wyndham TL[copy] to [Unknown?]
London; Dear Sirs. I am in receipt of your letter of the eleventh of July, with reference to my book 'Tarr'. May I ask what is the

  82  
Lewis, Wyndham TLS to Stuart Gilbert
London; Dear Stuart Gilbert. It is many years since we last met, but I understand you are in the same place as before. [Formal typed letter of that in folder 11.]

  82  
Lewis, Wyndham TL[copy] to [?] Raymond
London; Dear Mr. Raymond. Thank you for your letter and the accompanying document for me to sign. Of course

  82  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft] to Sir Louis Fergusson
London; My dear Fergusson. Your letter brings back in a rush many images of great remoteness. I see cafes in Paris [Draft dictated to another.]

  82  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft] & TL[copy] to Stuart Gilbert
London; My dear Stuart Gilbert. Your letter reached me yesterday and I am extremely obliged for the information.[Draft dictated to another.]

  82  
Lewis, Wyndham TLS to Stuart Gilbert
London; My dear Stuart Gilbert. Your letter reached me yesterday and I am extremely obliged for the information.[Formal letter version, same as that in folder 15.]

  82  
Lewis, Wyndham TL[copy] to David Kahma
London; Dear Kahma. As you will see from the address at the top of this letter we have fled from Ashley Mansions back to our old place.

  82  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft] & TL[copy] to Dorothy Pound
London; Dear Dorothy. For some time there have been many complications in my life, not only my loss of sight.[Draft dictated to another.]

  82  
Lewis, Wyndham TL[copy] to Lynette Roberts
London; Dear Lynette. Thank you for your note, and I think you are acting most wisely. You will see from the notepaper I am using

  82  
Lewis, Wyndham
London; [Removed as it was out of date sequence.]

  82  
Lewis, Wyndham TL[copy] to Katherine Webb
London; Dear Mrs. Webb. I am in receipt of your letter, and must apologise, firstly, for the delay in completing my book,

  82  
Lewis, Wyndham TL[copy] to D. Geoffrey Bridson
London; Dear Bridson. Let me explain to begin with why I have not written earlier. My desire to get everything out of the wasy

  82  
Lewis, Wyndham TL[copy] to David Kahma
London; Dear Kahma. Let me send a quick (but earnest) message. Why not have another slap at a book?

  82  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft] & TL[copy] to Ivor Armstrong Richards
London; Dear Richards. When I heard that you were broadcasting about the Childermass, I do not have to tell you how uncommonly pleased I was. [Draft dictated to another.]

  82  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft] to Henry Swabey
London; Dear Swabey. Thank you for your two notes. Toronto appears to have been in a very dramatic mood during your stay. [Draft dictated to another.]

  82  
Lewis, Wyndham TL[copy] to [?] Morris
London; Dear Dr. Morris. I should receive the degree of Doctor of Letters, it it were offered me,

  82  
Lewis, Wyndham TL[copy] to T. S. Eliot
London; Dear Tom. I was glad to hear that your first lick at my Rotting Hill appeared to indicate a wholesome dish.

  82  
Lewis, Wyndham TL[copy] to Augustus John
London; My dear John. Shall look forward to seeing you after Christmas. - I should have sent you a copy

  82  
Lewis, Wyndham TL[copy] to David Kahma
London; My dear Kahma. I was terribly glad to see that you had broken into the Vancouver Press.

  82  
Lewis, Wyndham TL[copy] to Ivor Armstrong Richards
London; Dear Richards. Please forgive me for this greatly delayed letter. I is not my fault.

  82  
Lewis, Wyndham AL[draft] to Bonamy Dobree
London; Dear M