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Series III. Incoming correspondence and manuscripts [series]:
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Anonymous AM "Although the back to the land movement..." [Unsigned]
Although the back to the land movement of which so much has been heard is very slow in growth

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Anonymous AM Biographical notes on Ford and Rossetti
I looked those refs in my "Who's Who" [Unsigned]

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Anonymous AM"Phillimore Estate"
Phillimore Estate/ Campden Hill Kensington by W. Gorden Corfield M.A. [Unsigned]

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Anonymous AL[postcard] to Ford Madox Hueffer
Thanks for letter: that is good news. [Unsigned]

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Anonymous AL to Elsie Martindale Hueffer
A great Champion of the Women's game asks Mrs. Ford Hueffer to do her the favor

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[?], Angela TL[copy] to Violet Hunt
Worthington; Dearest Violet, I felt the rudest of hostesses in running off like that yesterday morning [Violet Hunt papers]

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[?], Elliott TLS to Arthur Mizener
[n.p.] Dear Arthur, It was good hearing from you, especially that you are going to do a biography of Ford.

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A.,J.R.M. ALS[copy] to Gentlemen
[N.p.] Gentlement/ I have great pleasure in hearing testimony to the churches & attainment of

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Abercrombie, Lascelles TLS to Ford
London; Dear Mr Ford: May I venture to remind you of your very kind promise to contribute

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Abercrombie, Lascelles AL[postcard]S to Ford
If you are able to let me have something for my anthology of new poetry

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Abercrombie, Lascelles ALS to Ford
London; Dearest For/ I am most grateful to you for sending me such a generous and admirable

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Adams, Leonie TLS to Ford 2 leaves
Bennington, Vt.; Dear Ford: I'm truly sorry about the delay in arranging your lecture:

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Aitken, Gabriel and Mary PrintedL[Christmas card]S to [Violet Hunt]
[Drawing] With all best wishes from Gabriel and Mary Aitken [Violet Hunt papers]

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Aitken, Gabriel and Mary PrintedL[Christmas card] to [Violet Hunt] [Violet Hunt papers]
[Drawing] With all best wishes from Gabriel and Mary

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Aitken, Gabriel and Mary Printed&AL[Christmas card] to [Violet Hunt]
[Drawing] With all best wishes from Gabriel and Mary; My dear Violet, how badly we want to see you. [Violet Hunt papers]

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Akeley, T. Barton TMS[draft] [Presentation speech...Doctor of Letters ... Ford]
For Mr. Ford Madox Ford. Mr. President. I have the honor to present Mr. Ford Madox Ford.

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Akeley, T. Barton TLS to Ford & Janice Biala
Olivet; Dear Janice, Dear Ford: Here are the photographs, so long overdue, and the letter

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Aley, Ruth TLS to Ford
New York; Dear Mr. Ford, Oxford Press are so enthusiastic about PORTRAITS.

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Aley, Ruth TLS to Ford
New York; Dear Ford, I have your letter with the contracts. The POEMS one I am turning in at once,

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Alay, Ruth TLS to Ford
New York; Dear Mr. Ford, The utterly delightful article on Lawrence is at the Mercury and I expect the check

  43  
Alay, Ruth TLS to Ford
New York; Dear Mr. Ford, The Oxford Press have agreed of course to all the changes in the contract

  43  
Alay, Ruth ALS to Ford
New York; Dear Mr. Ford - I have gone over the contracts carefully and they are quite satisfactory.

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Alay, Ruth TLS to Ford
New York; Dear Mr. Ford, The Oxford Press straightened out everything concerning the contract immediately

  43  
Alay, Ruth TLS to Ford
New York; Dear Mr. Ford, As I wrote you on September 11, I was at the request of Oxford Press,

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Alay, Ruth TLS to Ford
New York; Dear Mr. Ford, The Mercury article was sent over the mement it arrived

  43  
Alay, Ruth TLS to Ford
New York; Dear Mr. Ford, I have sent three extracts from GREATER ROUTE to Scribners,

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Alay, Ruth TLS to Ford
New York; Dear Mr.Ford. The Oxford Press, instead of sending you direct the contracts, just sent them to me

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Alay, Ruth TLS to Ford
New York; Dear Mr.ford, I am sending by mail to the Guaranty Trust of New York

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Alay, Ruth TLS to Ford
New York; Dear Mr. Ford, I have asked Palmer to send me the check for the Wells story

  43  
Alay, Ruth TLS to Ford
New York; Dear Ford, You will be hearing from Helen Welshimer of N.E.A., as she hopes to get perhaps two interviews

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Alay, Ruth TLS to Ford
New York; Dear Mr. Ford, I have already mailed you the check for Turgenev, from the Mercury

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Alay, Ruth TLS to Ford
New York; Dear Mr. Ford, I have been away for two weeks, and find your letter here.

  43  
Alay, Ruth TLS to Ford
New York; Dear Mr. Ford, I find that the check which was delayed til the 28th of June,

  43  
Alay, Ruth ALS to Ford
New York; Dear Mr. Ford - I have been away for a fortnight and find your cable here.

  43  
Alay, Ruth TLS to Ford
New York; Dear Mr. ford: I will try to avoid any future delay caused by not specifying the boat.

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Alay, Ruth TLS to Ford
New York; Dear Mr. Ford, I have a letter from Mr. Kent of Houghton, saying they are writing to you to offer a $750 advance

  43  
Alay, Ruth TLS to Ford
New York; Dear Mr. Ford, Herewith the contracts. And very pleased letters from Houghton Mifflin people about it.

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Alay, Ruth TLS to Ford
New York; Dear Mr. Ford, Here is the check from Houghton Mifflin. The letter to which you refer

  43  
Alay, Ruth TLS to Ford
New York; Dear Mr. Ford, Please forgive this tardy acknowledgement of your letter and the check for five dollars

  43  
Allen, Edward Heron TL[copy] to Violet Hunt
London; My dear Violet, Nothing pays a "capitalist's" solicitor better than to act for him or her as mortgageee, [Violet Hunt papers]

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Allen, Edward Heron ALS to Violet Hunt
London;Dear Vi, The explanation is simple enough, she was irritable, & forgetful but otherwise all right. [Cancelled check by Margaret Hunt included][Violet Hunt papers]

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Allen, Edward Heron TL[copy] to Ford
London; Sir, Whoever has conveyed to you the impression that you have hurt my feelings has grossly misled you.

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Allen, Edward Heron TL[copy] Violet Hunt
London;My dear Violet, For the last fortnight I have been the target for a dropping fire of letters, [Violet Hunt papers]

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Allen, Edward Heron ALS Violet Hunt
Sussex; Dear Vi - Read - & if you approve, post the enclosed. [Violet Hunt papers]

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Allen, Edward Heron ALS Violet Hunt
Sussex; Dear Vi- All right. I'll wait till you have published.[Violet Hunt papers]

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Allen, Edward Heron ALS Violet Hunt
Sussex; My dear Vi- "Search the Scriptures!" Haven't you had the Pennell's "Life of Whistler? [Violet Hunt papers]

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Allen, Edward Heron ALS Violet Hunt
Sussex; Dear V. A new "Light". The Danser Cottages were bought [Violet Hunt papers]

  43  
Allen, Edward Heron ALS Violet Hunt
Sussex; Dear V- I can't help you here. W.M. Rosetti is responsible [Violet Hunt papers]

  43  
Allen, Edward Heron ALS Violet Hunt
Sussex; Dear V. The Knapp Cottage is free of tenants from mid September [Violet Hunt papers]

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Allen, Edward Heron TLS Violet Hunt
[n.p.] My dear Violet/ There is no reason why you should not have the Knapp if you want to [Violet Hunt papers]

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Allen, Grace TLS to Violet Hunt
London; Dear Mrs. Hueffer, Uncounted apologies for my silence! But ever since I met you, [Violet Hunt papers]

  43  
Allen, Horace C. ALS to Violet Hunt
Herts.; Dear Mrs. Hueffer, I expect you will be surprised to hear from us after all this time [Violet Hunt papers]

  43  
George Allen & Unwin, Ltd. TLS to Janice Biala
London; Dear Madam, Your letter regarding the reproduction of THE GREAT TRADE ROUTE naturally disturbs us.

  43  
George Allen & Unwin, Ltd. TLS to Stella Bowen
London; [Mainly concerning royalties and translation rights of Ford's works. Almost all signed by Stanley Unwin. [Julian Loewe papers]

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George Allen & Unwin, Ltd. TLS to to Ford
London; Dear Mr. Ford, We understand from Crankshaw that the translation rights in those of your [Julian Loewe papers]

  43  
George Allen & Unwin, Ltd. TLS to Ford
London; Dear Sir: We have had pleasure in sending, under separate cover, complete page proofs of VIVE LE ROY [Signed W. N. Beard]

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George Allen & Unwin, Ltd. TLS to
London; Dear Sir, We have had pleasure in sending the complete proofs of our edition of PROVENCE [Signed W.N. Beard]

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George Allen & Unwin, Ltd. TLS to Ford
London; Dear Sir, THE GREAT TRADE ROUTE/ Thank you for the dedication, of which you will see proof [Signed C.A. Furth]

  43  
George Allen & Unwin, Ltd. TLS to Ford
London; Dear Sir, Your letter of July 26th has come in during Mr. Unwin's absence on holiday. [Signed C.A. Furth]

  43  
George Allen & Unwin, Ltd. TLS to Ford
London; Dear Sir, This is to acknowledge your letter of August 4th which reaches us while Mr. Unwin is away on holiday. [Signed C.A. Furth] [Second letter of same date acknowledges receipt of PROVENCE proofs]

  43  
George Allen & Unwin, Ltd. TLS to Ford
London; Dear Sir, Very many thanks for your letter of January 4th which reaches us [Signed C.A. Furth]

  43  
George Allen & Unwin, Ltd. TLS to Edward Crankshaw
London; Dear Crankshaw, In reply to your letter of August 28th, we are making the necessary note in our copy [Signed Philip S. Unwin]

  43  
George Allen & Unwin, Ltd. TLS to Ford
London; Dear Mr. Ford, We understand from Crakshaw that the translation rights in those of your books with which we are concerned [Signed Philip S. Unwin]

  43  
George Allen & Unwin, Ltd. TLS to Ford
London; Dear Mr. Ford, We have been delighted to see that THE GREAT TRADE ROUTE has been well received [Signed Philip S. Unwin]

  43  
George Allen & Unwin, Ltd. TLS to Edward Crankshaw
London; Dear Mr. Crankshaw, Thank you for letting me see Mr. Ford's letter to you [Signed Stanley Unwin]

  43  
George Allen & Unwin, Ltd. TLS toFord
London; Dear Mr. Ford, I was very pleased to receive your letter of the 16th and should be glad [Signed Stanley Unwin]

  43  
George Allen & Unwin, Ltd. TLS to Ford
London; Dear Mr. Ford, Thank you for your letter of the 3rd. My suggestion was that I should assist you [Signed Stanley Unwin]

  43  
George Allen & Unwin, Ltd. TLS to Ford
London; Dear Mr. Ford, Herewith the agreement for the HISTORY OF OUR TIME. If it is in order we should be glad [Signed Stanley Unwin]

  43  
George Allen & Unwin, Ltd. TLS to Ford
London; Dear Mr. Ford, Thank you for your letter of the 10th November. I have at once written to Ferris [Signed Stanley Unwin]

  43  
George Allen & Unwin, Ltd. TLS to Ford
London; Dear Mr. Ford, Thank you for your letter of the 25th January. Greenslet's inaction is puzzling and I have [Signed Stanley Unwin]

  43  
George Allen & Unwin, Ltd. TLS to Ford
London; Dear Mr. Ford, I hope that when it is available you will send us a copy of the American edition of your COLLECTED POEMS [Signed Stanley Unwin]

  43  
George Allen & Unwin, Ltd. TLS toFord
London; Dear Mr. Ford, This is just a hasty line to thank you for your letter of the 24th Febrary [Signed Stanley Unwin]

  43  
George Allen & Unwin, Ltd. TLS to Ford
London; Dear Mr. Ford, I must apologize that I have been so long in following up my letter of the 12th February [Included is 1 leaf of suggestions for their agreement] [Signed Stanley Unwin]

  43  
George Allen & Unwin, Ltd. TLS to Ford
London; Dear Mr. Ford, Thank you for your letter of the 16th April straightening out the position regarding translation rights [Signed Stanley Unwin]

  43  
George Allen & Unwin, Ltd. TLS to Ford
London; Dear Ford, A copy of the Oxford University Press edition of your COLLECTED POEMS has just reached us [Signed Stanley Unwin]

  43  
George Allen & Unwin, Ltd. TLS to Ford
London; Dear Ford, Thank you for your letter of the 28th April and the accompanying copy of the book [Signed Stanley Unwin]

  43  
George Allen & Unwin, Ltd. TLS to Ford
London; Dear Mr. Ford, On receipt of your letter of the 5th September I started making inquiries

  43  
George Allen & Unwin, Ltd. TLS to Ford
London; Dear Mr. Ford, We enclose from time to time in our publications a card asking readers [TL[copy] included as well as Reader response letter on GREAT TRADE ROUTE] [Signed Stanley Unwin]

  43  
George Allen & Unwin, Ltd. TLS to Ford
London; Dear Mr. Ford, Thank you for your letter of the 24th. I am glad to be able to report that MIGHTIER THAN THE SWORD [Signed Stanley Unwin]

  43  
George Allen & Unwin, Ltd. TLS to Ford
London; Dear Mr. Ford, I cannot thank you enough for your splendid preface for Behaine. [Signed Stanley Unwin]

  43  
George Allen & Unwin, Ltd. TLS to Ford
London; Dear Mr. Ford, In reply to your letter of the 25th February, we have altogetherthirty-two drawings for PROVENCE, [Signed Stanley Unwin]

  43  
George Allen & Unwin, Ltd. TLS to Ford
London; Dear Mr. Ford, I hope you are seeing the reviews of MIGHTIER THAN THE SWORD. The sales are not [Signed Stanley Unwin]

  43  
George Allen & Unwin, Ltd. TLS to Ford
London; Dear Mr. Ford, It is not often publishers receive such a charming letter as yours of the 15th [Signed Stanley Unwin]

  43  
George Allen & Unwin, Ltd. TLS to Ford
London; Dear Mr. Ford, Thank you for your letter of the 20th regarding your HISTORY OF LITERATURE [Signed Stanley Unwin]

  43  
George Allen & Unwin, Ltd. TLS to Ford
London; Dear Mr. Ford, Greenslet has written me very charmingly about your excellent and very useful introduction [Signed Stanley Unwin]

  43  
George Allen & Unwin, Ltd. TLS to Ford
London; Dear Mr. Ford, I was very pleased to receive your letter of the 16th April and the typescript of Book one [Signed Stanley Unwin]

  43  
George Allen & Unwin, Ltd. TLS to Ford
London; Dear Sir, We regret that we are unable to trace the preface to our edition of PROVENCE which you wrote in 1936, [Signed W.N. Beard]

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George Allen & Unwin, Ltd. TLS to Ford
London; Dear Mr. Ford, Our reader has now reported upon the instalment of your HISTORY OF LITERATURE and I have myself had an opportunity of looking at it. [Signed Stanley Unwin]

  43  
George Allen & Unwin, Ltd. TLS to Ford
London; Dear Mr. Ford, I am delighted to learn from your letter of the 15th that you have completed [Signed Stanley Unwin]

  43  
George Allen & Unwin, Ltd. TLS to Ford
London; Dear Dr. Ford, Thank you for your letter of the 23rd.. We have at once written to Mrs. Bown [Signed Stanley Unwin]

  43  
George Allen & Unwin, Ltd. TLS to Ford
London; Dear Dr. Ford, Thank you so much for your letter of the 12th. The proofs of The MARCH OF LITERATURE [Signed Stanley Unwin]

  43  
George Allen & Unwin, Ltd. TLS to Ford
London; Dear Dr. Ford, The proofs of THE MARCH OF LITERATURE have been carefully studies by two readers [Signed Stanley Unwin]

  43  
George Allen & Unwin, Ltd. TL[draft]S to Ford
London; Dear Dr. Ford, The proofs of THE MARCH OF LITERATURE have been carefully studies by two readers [Signed Stanley Unwin]

  43  
George Allen & Unwin, Ltd. TLS to Ford
London; Dear Dr. Ford, Unless you feel very strongly to the contrary, we propose to change the sub-title [Ford's response written on bottom, then crossed out] [Signed Stanley Unwin]

  43  
George Allen & Unwin, Ltd. TLS to Ford
London; Dear Mr. Ford, Yes, it is the proof copy you sent me that has been studied by our readers [Signed Stanley Unwin]

  43  
George Allen & Unwin, Ltd. TLS to Ford
London; Dear Mr. Ford, I attach hereto a copy of a most depressing letter which we have just received from the Houghton Mifflin Company [Signed Stanley Unwin] [Houghton Mifflin's letter rejecting Ford as an author, included]

  43  
George Allen & Unwin, Ltd. TLS to Ford
London; Dear Mr. Ford, I appreciate your position with the International book and hope that it will be possible to make progress after Christmas. [Signed Stanley Unwin]

  43  
George Allen & Unwin, Ltd. TLS to Ford
London; Dear Ford, I was delighted to receive your letter of the 18th and I am pleased to report [Signed Stanley Unwin]

  43  
George Allen & Unwin, Ltd. TLS to Ford
London; Dear Dr. Ford, Thank you for your letter of January 25th. The kind of arrangement we should like [Signed Stanley Unwin][Suggested arrangement for LA CONQUETE DE LA VIE included on 1 leaf]

  43  
George Allen & Unwin, Ltd. TLS to Ford
London; Dear Dr. Ford, As you have surmised, your letter of the 16th February was painful reading. [Signed Stanley Unwin]

  43  
George Allen & Unwin, Ltd. TLS to Ford
London; Dear Ford, We have now had an opportunity of studying the two book mentioned in your letter [Signed Stanley Unwin]

  43  
George Allen & Unwin, Ltd. TLS to Ford
London; Dear Ford, We have been greatly interested in Miss Eudora Welty's Stories. There is no doubt about her [Signed Stanley Unwin]

  43  
George Allen & Unwin, Ltd. TLS to Ford
London; Dear Ford, Three people have carefully studies SALUTE THE LADIES by Wanda Tower. The most favourable report was as follows: [Signed Stanley Unwin]

  43  
George Allen & Unwin, Ltd. TLS to Ford
London; Dear Dr. Ford, Thank you for your letter of the 23rd March. You will have since heard that, as the result of inquiries I made, [Signed Stanley Unwin]

  43  
George Allen & Unwin, Ltd. TLS to Ford
London; Dear Dr. Ford, In accordance with your wishes we have once again studied the question of the publication [Signed Stanley Unwin]

  43  
Allhusen, Dorothy AL[postcard]S to Violet Hunt
Buckinghamsire; Will you be very kind & let me have your contribution to my Guild? [Violet Hunt papers]

  43  
Allingham, Helen Paterson ALS to Alfred William Hunt
Codalming; Dear Mr. Hunt, As you have been so very kind, I venture to send you the enclosed which I sent to Mr. Tripp. [Violet Hunt papers]

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Alston Rivers, Ltd. TLS to Ford Madox Hueffer
London; Dear Sir, Herewith we beg to hand you proofs and script of Chapter 3. galley 13 to 16, of "The Spirit of the People" [Signed E.C.P.]

  43  
American Committee for German Christian Refugees TLS to Ford
New York; Dear Mr. Ford: It is needless, I know, to tell you of the tragic plight of the tousands upon thousands of unfortunate refugees [Signed Harry Woodburn Chase]

  43  
The American Mercury TLS to Ford
New York; Dear Mr. Ford: Here are the proofs of your article which I think is a delightful essay [Signed Paul Palmer]

  43  
The American Mercury TLS to Ford
New York; Dear Mr. Ford: I have liked the Conrad piece so much that I am wondering if you would like [Signed Paul Palmer]

  43  
The American Mercury TLS to Ford
New York; Dear Ford: My delay in answering your letter has been due to certain confusions in the office [Signed Paul Palmer]

  43  
The American Mercury TLS to Ford
New York; Dear Ford: The Henry James article is firs-rate. Many thanks. A check for $150 has been sent to Mrs. Ford's account. [Signed Paul Palmer]

  43  
The American Mercury TLS to Ford
New York; Dear Ford: I have a letter from Ruth Aley in which she says all your future checks are to be delivered to her. [Signed Paul Palmer]

  43  
The American Mercury TLS to Ford
New York; Dear Ford: Thanks for "Stevie", which is another first-rate biography that I am proud to have [Signed Paul Palmer]

  43  
The American Mercury TLS to Ford
New York; Dear Ford: You are now on the free list - commencing with our October issue [Signed Paul Palmer]

  43  
The American Mercury TLS to Ford
New York; Dear Ford: I suggest the following order for the coming articles: H.G. Wells, D.H. Lawrence, Hardy, Meredith and [Signed Paul Palmer]

  43  
The American Mercury TLS to Ford
New York; Dear Ford: I regret to say that I have returned your W.H. Hudson piece to Mrs. Aley [Signed Paul Palmer]

  43  
The American Mercury TLS to Ford
New York; Dear Ford: It won't be half as unpleasant for you to receive back the article on Wells [Signed Paul Palmer]

  43  
The American Mercury TLS to Ford
New York; Dear Ford: We mailed the Wells check to Mrs. Aley on January 8; the check before that was sent to her on December 6 -- [Signed Paul Palmer]

  43  
The American Mercury TLS to Ford
New York; Dear Ford: Both the Wells and Lawrence pieces have arrived, have been read with great pleasure [Signed Paul Palmer]

  43  
The American Mercury TLS to Ford
New York; Dear Ford: The Hardy piece has arrived and check has been sent Mrs. Aley [Signed Paul Palmer]

  43  
The American Mercury TLS to Ford
New York; Dear Ford: I look forward to Turgenief and Swinburne - but, as I intimated when yo were here, I have my doubts about Dreiser and Pound. [Signed Paul Palmer]

  43  
The American Mercury TLS to Ford
New York; Dear For: "The Beautiful Genius" is a delightful essay. It is unusually long, however, [Signed Paul Palmer]

  43  
The American Mercury TLS to Ford
New York; Dear Ford: You letter is irresistible - I hereby desist from any argument about orders for articles [Signed Paul Palmer]

  43  
The American Mercury TLS to Ford
New York; Dear Ford: Your letter, as of the Nunnery, afforded the first pleasant breath I have been able todraw [Signed Paul Palmer]

  43  
The American Mercury TLS to Ford
New York; Dear Ford: Your check, less tax and cable charges, was dispatched via the Guaranty Trust [Signed Paul Palmer]

  43  
The American Mercury TLS to Ford
New York; Dear Ford: The proof from the Dreiser piece has just come from the printer.[Signed Paul Palmer]

  43  
The American Mercury TLS to Ford
New York; Dear ford: This came in today. Doyou want to answer it? Or shall I print it in the Open Forum with an answer from you? [Signed Paul Palmer]

  43  
The American Mercury TLS to Ford
Ridgefield, Conn.; Thank you for your kind letter and please understand that I am flattered almost to the point of embarrassment[Signed Paul Palmer]

  43  
The American Mercury TLS to Ford
Ridgefield, Conn.; Thank you for the excellent reply to our correspondent. I will print the two letters in The Open Forum. [Signed Paul Palmer][Clipping from the New Haven, Conn. "Journal-Courier", Sept. 10, 1936].

  43  
The American Mercury TLS to Ford
Ridgefield, Conn.; Dear Ford: You have accomplished something that no one else has been able to do since I was eleven years old -[Signed Paul Palmer]

  43  
The American Mercury TLS to Ford
Ridgefield, Conn.; Dear Ford: Thanks for the correct title to your book. We caught the last proofs [Signed Paul Palmer]

  43  
The American Mercury TLS to Ford
Ridgefield, Conn.; Dear Ford: To answer fully the devenu question would require a small volume [Signed Paul Palmer]

  43  
The American Mercury TLS to Ford
Ridgefield, Conn.; Dear Ford: I enclose copy of a sparkling little letter from Mrs.D. H. Lawrence [Signed Paul Palmer]

  43  
The American Mercury TLS to Ford
Ridgefield, Conn.; Dear Ford: The articles you describe interest me. And I think their point of view would be mine and The Mercury's. [Signed Paul Palmer]

  43  
The American Mercury TLS to Ford
Ridgefield, Conn.; Dear Ford: Glad to have your letter, and sorry we can't bring you a pheasant. [Signed Paul Palmer]

  43  
The American Mercury TLS to Ford
New York; Dear Ford: The suggestions you make in your letter are all o.k., as we say in Provence [Signed Paul Palmer]

  43  
The American Mercury TLS to Ford
Ridgefield, Conn.; Dear Ford: I got mixed up on the date of your departure and, it seems, telephoned you [Signed Paul Palmer]

  43  
The American Mercury TLS to Ford
Ridgefield, Conn.; Dear Ford: What about a literary map of the United Stat4es? You would start, for instance, with a piece about New England.[Signed Paul Palmer]

  43  
The American Mercury TLS to Ford
New York; Dear Mr. Ford: In reply to our request for advance sheets on Galsworthy's biography {Signed Virginia Bruce Roper]

  43  
American Printing House for the Blind TLS to Ford
Louisville; Dear Mr. Ford: The American Printing House for theBlind is trying to arrange for the publication in braille [Signed A.C. Ellis]

  43  
American Writers Congress TLS to Ford
New York; Dear Mr. Ford: A group of novelists, critics, dramatists, and poets have organized a committee [ Signed Orrick Johns]

  44  
Anderson, Margaret C. toFord
[Chicago?] Dear Ford Madox Ford, Didn't you get our questionnaire and are you going to be so cruel as not to answer?

  44  
Anderson, Sherwood TLS To Ford
Troutdale, Va.; My dear Ford I have your letter regarding the selection of judges for the Society's Prize

  44  
Angel, George ALS to Ford
[London] Dear Sir, I beg to enclose copy of verses for your kind consideration. [Enclosed is TM "to Gertrude"; published in the "English Review" in Feb., 1910][Violet Hunt papers]

  44  
Angeli, Helen Rossetti ALS to Elsie Martindale Hueffer
[London] My dear Elsie, I saw the announcement in yesterday's papers concerning you & Ford,

  44  
Angeli, Helen Rossetti ALS to Elsie Martindale Hueffer
[London] My dear Elsie, I was very glad to see your writing this morning but distressed at your news -

  44  
Angeli, Helen Rossetti ALS to Elsie Martindale Hueffer
[London] My dear Elsie, I was very anxious to hear how you were going on -

  44  
Angeli, Helen Rossetti ALS to Elsie Martindale Hueffer
[London] My dear Elsie, I received your letter this morning & I think in can set yr. mind at rest

  44  
Angeli, Helen Rossetti ALS to Elsie Martindale Hueffer
[London] My dear Elsie, Please don't think too badly of me for my delay in answering your letter.

  44  
Angeli, Helen Rossetti ALS to Elsie Martindale Hueffer
[London] My dear Elsie, I have been wanting to write to you ever since I saw the news

  44  
?, Anna ALS to Elsie Martindale Hueffer
Essex; My dear Mrs. Hueffer/ It was very nice of you to talk to me. I hope you have got rid of the nasty cough.

  44  
Ana, Daniel ALS to Violet Hunt
[n.p.] Dear Mrs. Hunt, How do you do in this foul weather? [Violet Hunt papers]

  44  
Antheil, George ALS to Ford
Italy; Dear Mr. Ford, This is just to tell you that I am coming to New York upon March 3d,

  44  
Antheil, George TLS to Ford
[Paris] Dear Mr. Ford, These vaccines against colds, coming, as they do, immediately after a terrible cold

  44  
Aria, Mrs. E. Davis ALS
[London] My dear- This was the letter our feckless founder refused to place before the committee. [Violet Hunt papers]

  44  
Aris, Mrs. E. Davis TLS to Sappho (Mrs. Dawson) Scott
London; Dear Mrs. Dawson-Scott, Such silly rumours are flying about to explain my so-sudden departure [Violet Hunt papers]

  44  
Arne, Thomas Augustine TM Where the Bee Sucks
Musical composition. Words by Shakespeare.

  44  
Arnold, T. ALS to William Greenwell
London, Dear Canon Greenwell/ When I had the pleasure of seeing you in May, you said that you believed permission would be given [Violet Hunt papers]

  44  
Art Photo Service TLS to Ford
London; Dear Sir, We have been requested to supply for reproduction in newspapers in our regular service

  44  
Ashburton ALS to Mr. Sterling
[n.p.] My dear Mr. Stirling, Would it be possible to persuade you to pay us a visit on Saturday next? [Violet Hunt papers]

  44  
Ashe, Nathan TLS to Ford
Dallas; Dear Ford, Jeune ecrivain american desespere se sentant perdu parmi les couwboys sauvages du far-ouest

  44  
Askwith, George Ranken, Baron ALS to Violet Hunt
London; Dear Miss HuntMany thanks for your notelet. I shall be very pleased to come on Monday: [Violet Hunt papers]

  44  
Askwith, George Ranken, Baron ALS to Violet Hunt
Dear Mrs. Hueffer, Re. Royal Society of Arts I am not sure how it would suit you. [Violet Hunt papers]

  44  
Askwith, George Ranken, Baron ALS to Violet Hunt
London; Oh, how naughty you have been - I went to the P.E.N. dinner last night on purpose to see you [Violet Hunt papers]

  44  
Athenaeum Office ALS to Ford
[London] Dear Sir, I am much pleased with your poem "To Christina" & propose to publish it.

  44  
Athill, Diana Printed "Jean Rhys and the Writing of 'Wide Sargasso Sea'"
2 copies of a review from "The Bookseller,'", August 20, 1966 plus advertisement for the book.

  44  
Athill, Diana TLS to Arthur Mizener
London; Dear Professor Mizener, I have just been visiting Jean Rhys in order to help her assemble the typescript of her new novel, WIDE SARGOSSO SEA,

  44  
Athill, Diana TLS to Arthur Mizener
London; Dear Professor Mizener, Thank you very much for your helpful letter about Jean Rhys.

  44  
Atlantic Monthly TLS to Ford
Boston; Dear Mr. Ford:-- I have not forgotten the delightful flavor of your Atlantic paper on Galsworthy, [Signed Ellery Sedgewick]

  44  
Auden, Wystan Hugh ALS to Ford
New York; Dear Mr. Ford, It was an honour and a delight to get a letter from you.

  44  
Aunti Annie ALS to Elsie Martindale Hueffer
[Italy] My dear lettle Elsie/ I am so sorry your poor little leg is still giving you pain.

  44  
Authors' Club TLS to Ford
London; My dear Ford, I thank you for your letter of the 2yth inst. enclosing a cheque for 1 [pound] for postages.[Signed Algernon rose] [ Julian Loewe papers]

  44  
B., B. ALS to Gerald W. Henderson
Port Elizabeth, South Africa; Dear old Merydyth, It was very sweet & thoughtful of you to post Pat & me letters of welcome [Violet Hunt papers]

  44  
B., B. ALS to Gerald W. Henderson
Johannesburg, South Africa; My dear old Merydyth, So very many thanks for your two very nice and most interesting letters [Violet Hunt papers]

  44  
Baker, Carlos ALS to Arthur Mizener
[Princeton] Dear Arthur: Here's an item that should be of use to you in the Ford biography.

  44  
Baker, Carlos TLS to Arthur Mizener
Princeton; Dear Arthur: Glad Dr. H's ltr is going to be of some use. The entertaining was done at the Heminway place at Oak Park

  44  
Balfour, Arthur James ALS to Violet Hunt
London; Dear V. Hueffer, One line to thank you for the kind present of your book. [Violet Hunt papers]

  44  
Barber, O. C. ALS to Arthur Mackenzie
[Receipt for room rent, signed as received by Mackenzie] [Violet Hunt papers]

  44  
Baring, Charles Thomas envelope to William Sidney Gibson
[Baring to Gibson envelope] [Violet Hunt papers]

  44  
Barlow, Dudley ALS to Violet Hunt
Kent, England; My dear Violet/ Dare I join myself with the artists for permenant - still - Before wife went off, yesterday [Violet Hunt papers]

  44  
Barlow, Dudley ALS to Violet Hunt
Kent; Dear Violet/ Getting nervous now, the old gentleman asking me who has the cabin [?] to a cottage & my mail. [Violet Hunt papers]

  44  
Barlow, Dudley AL[fragment]S to Violet Hunt
Kent; I thought 100 - 1 against - two men & one woman you know is all right - Two women & one man is not somehow the same [Violet Hunt papers]

  44  
Barlow, Dudley ALS to Violet Hunt
[Kent] To my dear Violet/ A tousand congratulations that your new child - and you have no age limit, [Violet Hunt papers]

  44  
Barlow, Dudley AL[fragment]S to Violet Hunt
[Kent] Yes, and that sweet girl, how will I number her, & her creation, a mystery - the mystery of life, [Violet Hunt papers]

  44  
Barnard, Mary ALS to Ford
New York; Dear Mr. Ford, Ezra Pound assures me I need no other introduction to you if I say he "sent" me to see you.

  44  
Barnes, Djuna ALS to Ford
Paris; Dear Ford M. Ford: I'm sailing tonight - but I have called Liveright asking him to mail you a copy of my book

  44  
Barney, Natalie AL[postcard]S to Ford
Paris; Dear Ford Madox Ford, I've returned from [our?] charming place

  44  
Barry, Iris ALS to Arthur Mizener
Var; Dear Mr. Mizener, Indeed I wish I could be of more help about old Ford, but the time I knew him was only (roughly) 1916, 1917, 1918

  44  
Barry, Iris ALS to Arthur Mizener
Var; Dear Arthur Mizener:Indeed I had long suspecked that recollections were immensely unreliable & now you prove that indeed my own are so.

  44  
Bartlett, Paul TLS to Arthur Mizener
Santa Barbara; Dear Mr. Mizener: I enclose a letter from Mrs. hirth, librarian at the University of Texas.

  44  
Bartlett, Paul TLS to Arthur Mizener
Santa Barbara; Dear Mr. Mizener: I appreciate your letter very much. I will try to be helpful. I sold the Ford letters to Princeton,

  44  
Bartlett, Paul Printed "Letters of Ford Madox Ford" Review
[Review of "Letters ..." from "The Saturday Review of Literature", August 2, 1941.]

  44  
Barton, Bernard ALS to Miss C. Action
[Suffolk] My dear friend/ I would gladly have written before if I could have convinced myself that I had the component parts of a letter [Violet Hunt papers]

  44  
Barwell, Richard ALS to Alfred William Hunt
London; My dear Sir/ My brother wishes me to write for him thanking you so much for your kind expression of sympathy, [Veros AL[notes] by Margaret Raine (Mrs. Alfred) Hunt on Corsica.] [Violet Hunt papers]

  44  
Bax, Clifford ALS to Violet Hunt
London; Dear Violet, Your charming letter has made a happy day even happier for me. [Violet Hunt papers]

  44  
Beaman, Ardern George ALS to Violet Hunt
Bulgaria; Dear Miss Hunt, Yr. last letter was quite delightful. I shall seal yr. phrase of the cat walking [Violet Hunt papers]

  44  
Beaman, Ardern George ALS to Violet Hunt
[n.p.] Dear Miss Hunt, I commenced a letter to you the other day but being interrupted stowed it away somewhere & cannot discover it again.[Violet Hunt papers]

  44  
Beaman, Ardern George AMS "Russian Easter"
St. Petersburg; There is nothing which delights the Muscovite soul like a Prazdnik or Feast-day. [Violet Hunt papers]

  44  
Beaman, Ardern George ALS to Violet Hunt
St. Petersburg; Dear Miss Hunt, I am always living in hopes of coming home some day buit see no immediate prospect of it. [Violet Hunt papers]

  44  
Beaman, Ardern George ALS to Violet Hunt
St. Petersburg; Dear Miss Hunt/ Your letters certainly are not as frequent as I cd. wish but the quality goes some way towards compensation for lack of quantity [Violet Hunt papers]

  44  
Beauclerk, William ALS to Violet Hunt
Envelope to Hunt [Violet Hunt papers]

  44  
Beaumont, Comyns T[printed]M "A Rebel in Fleet Street"
Printed facsimile of Chapter VIII

  44  
Beerbohm, Max AL[copy]S to Ford
[London] Dear Mr. Hueffer/ There is Greeba's Lord -- mantled in his mane -- [enclosed is caricature of Sir Hall Caine] [Gift of Arthur and Rosemary Mizener]

  44  
Beerbohm, Max ALS to Violet Hunt
Hampshire; Dear Miss Hunt/ I shall be very much delighted to lunch with you on December 1st-

  44  
Behaine, Rene ALS to Janice Biala
[Antibes] Chere Madam/ Nous sommes inquiets -- est-ce que Ford Madox Ford est malade?desespoir

  44  
Behaine, Rene ALS to Ford
Antibes; Cher monsieur/ Quelle bonne nouvelle! certainnement, et avec un tres grand plaisir

  44  
Behaine, Rene ALS to Ford
Votre lettre annoncee pár votre depeche doit être chaz moi

  44  
Behaine, Rene ALS to Ford
[Antibes] Cher Monsieur/ Je n'ai reçu ni votre lettre ni le livre que vous m'avez si aimablement envoye

  44  
Behaine, Rene ALS to Ford
[Antibes] Nous vous attendons samedi vers 7 hr, [?] de vous offrir une chambre

  44  
Behaine, Rene ALS to Ford
[Antibes] Bien cher monsieur et ami/ Il est recuperant de trouver l'appui d'un grand et [?] esprit

  44  
Behaine, Rene ALS to Ford
[Antibes] Cher monsieur et ami/ [?] allez receivi d'ici quinze jours, [?] le livre broche,

  44  
Behaine, Rene ALS to Ford
[Paris] Cher monsieur/ Me [?] l'honneur de me dire par telephone chez Grasset quel jour de la semaine

  44  
Behaine, Rene ALS to Ford
[n.p.] Cher nosieur et ami/ Excusez-moi d'avoir tarde à vous repondre[?] ete malade, j'ai ete souffrant et tres fatique

  44  
Behaine, Rene ALS to Ford
[n.p.] Cher monsieur/ Je suis [?] de m'être laisse devancer par votre si aimable mot

  44  
Behaine, Rene ALS to Ford
Antibes; cher monsieur/ Au debut de cette annee, je tiens à vous remercier de votre si cordial accueil

  44  
Behaine, Rene ALS to Ford
Antibes; Cher Monsieur/ M. Kühlmann, revenant de voyage, trouve votre telegramme qu'il me fait parvencir,

  44  
Behaine, Rene ALS to Ford
Antibes; Chere ami/ J'ai toujours cru que vous alliez arriver à Toulon et que je pourrais

  44  
Behaine, Rene ALS to Ford
[n.p.] Mon bien cher ameri/ J'ai passe cette apres-midi de Vendredi à ecouter la lecture de l'admirable preface

  44  
Behaine, Rene ALS to Ford
[n.p.] Cher mítre et ami/ Moi aussi, j'ai ete et suis encore malade, bruediete, et muscle deplace

  44  
Behaine, Rene ALS to Ford
[n.p.] Cher ami/ J'apprends par Crankshaw que vous avez dans les mains sa traduction

  44  
Behaine, Rene ALS to Ford
Antibes; Cher ami/ Apres tant d'evenements suis vier de nouveau se croient, et, à chaque curieusement

  44  
Behaine, Rene ALS to Janice Biala
Antibes; Chere Madame/ J'apprends cette nouvelle affreuse et incroyable et je partage votre desespoir

  44  
Belloc, Helaire TM "The Source of Information
The Source of Information by H. Belloc appeared in English Review (the 1st number) A portion of article was blocked out by the censor ... There are 2 copies.

  44  
Bennett, Mrs. envelope
[Envelope addressed to Mrs. Bennett; no return address]

  44  
Bennett, Arnold ALS to Ford
[London] My Dear Hueffer. I think it would be best for the photographer to do the picture at your place.

  44  
Bennett, Arnold ALS to Ford
[London] Dear Sir-I am much obliged for your note.

  44  
Bennett, Arnold TLS to Violet Hunt
Switzerland; My dear lady. Well, this enthusiasm and ardour of yours for "The Old Wives Tale" is highly creditable to both of us.

  44  
Bennett, Arnold AL[copy] to Ford
Putney; The fact is, my dear Hueffer, that I should like to come and see you, and have a chat [Transcription of ms. in Library of the University of Texas]

  44  
Bennett, Arnold ALS to Violet Hunt
London; My dear Lady. Many thanks. It is distressing that we are already took for Monday night. [Violet Hunt's copy.]

  44  
Bennett, Arnold ALS to Violet Hunt
London; Just come in. I wrote to F.M.H. [Ford] this morning that our first free moment is Wednesday night, [Violet Hunt's copy]

  44  
Bennett, Arnold ALS to Violet Hunt
London My dear lady. Mill remerciments. We cannot, unforunately, accept night engagements. [ Violet Hunt's copy]

  44  
Bennett, Arnold ALS to Violet Hunt
London; Thank you. Blague a poart, it really is difficult to get seats, especially as this is a jubilee production. [Violet Hunt's copy]

  44  
Bennett, Arnold ALS to Violet Hunt
London; My dear lady. I reply to your letter as Marguerite is still so neuralgic after influenza that she can't [Violet Hunt's copy]

  44  
Bennett, Arnold ALS to Violet Hunt
London; My dear Violet, Many thanks for "More Tales of the Uneasy," which I am soon going to read. [Violet Hunt papers]

  44  
Bennett, Arnold ALS to Violet Hunt
London; Dear Violet, I am glad to have your letter. This is just to acknowledge it. [Violet Hunt papers]

  44  
Bennett, William Gilchrist TLS to Stella Bowen
London; Dear Stella, On the 28th of last moth operations commenced with the Record Keeper [With TL[copy] to Bennett from DH [David Higham], July 25, 1945] [ Julian Loewe papers]

  44  
Benson, Constance ALS to Margaret Raine Hunt
Brighton; My dear Mrs. Hunt, Now you are less anxious I must write a few lines to congratulate you [Verso contains ALS Margaret to Violet] [Violet Hunt papers]

  44  
Benson, Godfrey Rathbone ALS to Violet Hunt
Madrid; Dear Violet, I have taken the rather odd step of coming to Spain to learn French. [Violet Hunt papers]

  44  
Benson, Venice Hunt AL[fragment]S to Violet Hunt
... His wife is an invalid but her sister gave us some vittle & was most affable. [Violet Hunt papers]

  44  
Besnon, Venice Hunt ALS to Violet Hunt
[n.p.] Dear Violet, Its been a very dull Sunday. Raffal, who wants you & I to go to theatre on Friday or Sat. to see Herman [Violet Hunt papers]

  44  
Benson, Venice Hunt AL[fragment]S to Violet Hunt
[Southampton] Dear Violet- I've just been to see Flossie. She came here yesterday when we were at Milton's Green [Violet Hunt papers]

  44  
Benson, Venice Hunt ALS to Violet Hunt
Cologne; Dear Violet/ You seem to be getting on very finely without your mare. We have just got here [Violet Hunt papers]

  44  
Benson, Venice Hunt TL[copy] to Violet Hunt
Southampton; Dear V, I don't know if anyone has put you up to recent events, Rosamont and Lanz and I left Aldeburgh on Sept: 1st [Carbon copy included] [Violet Hunt papers]

  44  
Benson, Venice Hunt TL[fragment,copy]S to Violet Hunt
Sussex; Dear V. I have been hanging on waiting for Willie's plans to take shape. [Violet Hunt papers]

  44  
Benson, Venice Hunt TL[copy] to Violet Hunt
Sussex; Dear V. Really, S. is too abjectly silly, and how mean! but I think you rather weakly let yourself in for paying [Violet Hunt papers]

  44  
Benson, Venice Hunt TL[copy] to Violet Hunt
Sussex; Dear V. I am at last re-united to my cheque book, and I will send you my debt if you [2 copies] [Violet Hunt papers]

  44  
Benson, Venice Hunt TL[copy] to Violet Hunt
Sussex; Dear V.I was vastly obliged ans entertained by your letter, and meant to have said so at once [Violet Hunt papers]

  44  
Benson, Venice Hunt TL[copy] to Violet Hunt
Sussex; Dear V. Have you sold that black retriever coat with the polar bear collar? If not, how much? [Violet Hunt papers]

  44  
Benson, Venice Hunt TL[copy] to Violet Hunt
Sussex; Dear V. I have sent your letter to Lady St. Davids at Lydstep Haven, Penally, Pembrokeshire; [2 copies] [Violet Hunt papers]

  44  
Berg, Annie ALS to Elsie Martindale Hueffer
Winchelsea; Dearest Mrs. Hueffer/ Mr. Hueffer. Mr. Edward Garnett and Xstina are gone to the Pent today.

  44  
Berg, Annie AL[postcard]S to Christina Hueffer
[Portsmouth?] Dear Christina/ If I remember right it is your birthday tomorrow and am sending my best love and wishes.

  44  
Berry, Oscar & Co. TLS to Ford
London; Dear Sir, Your letter of the 23rd inst., came to hand after I had left for the Xmas vacation. [Signed Oscar Berry] [Violet Hunt papers]

  44  
Berry, Oscar & Co. TLS to Ford
London; Dear Sir, I am in receipt of your letter of yesterdays date enclosing one received by you from Mr. A. Marwood. [Signed Oscar Berry] [Violet Hunt papers]

  44  
Berthelot, Philippe ALS to Ford
Paris; Monsieur/ Je connais parfaitement votre tres interessants publications et j'apprecie tout la valeur

  44  
Bertolazzi, F. (Hotel Regina d'Ungheria) AL[postcard]S to Elsie Martindale Hueffer
Verona; Signora Hueffer/ Riscontriamo sua gradita ci displace assai ma nella sua camera No. 23

  44  
Bertram, Anthony TLS to Ford
Pulborough;Dear Ford, Thank you for your letter & the encouraging remarks you make about my books

  44  
Bertram, Anthony TLS to Ford
Pulborough; Dear Ford, Not at all. It is me who must thank you for sailing under such good colors.

  44  
Bertram, Anthony TLS to Ford
Pulborough; Dear Ford,You know that I need not say how much I appreciate your letter. It has really been a culminating encouragement

  44  
Bertram, Anthony TLS to Arthur Mizener
Pulborough; Dear Mr. Mizener, I can't imagine why Teddy Crankshaw gave you my address in Kent

  44  
Bertram, Anthony TLS to Arthur Mizener
Pulborough; Dear Mizener, I am ashamed at your letter being dated 15 March. There's been a conspiracy

  44  
Bertram, Anthony AL[draft] to Edward A. Quiglay
Sussex; Dear Mr. Quiglay, I have your letter of April the first about Ford's "Bosphorus". You speak of my having corrected typescript.

  44  
Biddle, George ALS to Ford
Croton-on-Hudson, NY; My dear Ford: I have just finished reading "No More Parades" and I hope you don't mind my writing to you

  44  
Bird, Sally ALS to Ford & Janice Biala
Moulin de Houx; Dear Fords- Well the wedding was a great success - but we are sick to death of it

  44  
Bird, William TLS to Ford
Paris; Dear Ford, Naturally I shouldn't for worlds say anything about the matter unless you expressly wished it

  44  
Bisbing, Paul R. TLS to Associated Press
Philadelphia; Gentlemen: I just recently read an article in the Philadelphia Bulletin dated Jan. 26th

  44  
Bishop, Evelyn Morchard TLS to Ford
Exeter; Dear Sir, Coming across your address has reminded me that in the spring of last year [Verso is Fords AL[draft] to Bishop; and Ford's AL[draft] to Bartlett]

  44  
Bishop, John Peale TMS "Pound and Poetry"
[n.p.] Ezra Pound deserves praise on many counts, but not least for having so clearly understood [Written for "Cantos of Ezra Pound: Some Testimonials..."]

  44  
Bishop, John Peale TLS to Ford
New Orleans; Dear Mr. Ford, There is no one whose good opinion I care for more than yours and to have you commend "Act of Darkneww"

  44  
Bishop, Marris AL[postcard]S to Arthur Mizener
Ithaca; I have just read "The Saddest Story" with the utmost pleasure and satisfaction

  44  
Bispo, Luis ALS to Edgar [?]
Cascaes; Meu Caro Edgar, Li agua che essevo fino ben tes informai-me e nadda cui- legue talien, [Violet Hunt papers]

  45  
Biala, Janice ADS Listing of the contents of her collection of the papers of Ford Madox Ford, now at Cornell
[n.p.] Mss in possession of Janice Biala

  45  
Biala, Janice Printed Proofs of "Great Trade Route"
[New York?] [Proofs partially trimmed and partially in galleys]

  45  
Biala, Janice Printed "Paintings of Provence by Biala"
[Original pamphlet + copies of recto and verso of same]

  45  
Biala, Janice M Original pen and ink drawings printed in "Provence"
[29 leaves of drawings for "Provence"]

  45  
Biala, Janice M Original pen and ink drawings printed in "Great Trade Route"
[17 leaves of drawings for "Great Trade Route"]

  45  
Biala, Janice TL[copy] to Allen & Unwin
[Paris?] Dear Sirs, Your CAS/ KGB of the 15th inst/ Of the enclosed drawings I must really ask you to reduce those marked A., C., D., and E.,

  45  
Biala, Janice TL[copy] to Allen & Unwin
New York; Dear Sirs: This letter is to inform you that I cede to you the American rights -

  45  
Biala, Janice TL[copy] to Mrs. Anthony Bertram
Olivet; Dear Mrs. Bertram, Couldn't you spend a few days with us in New York, instead?

  45  
Biala, Janice TL[copy] to Stella Bowen
Toulon; Dear Stella, The position is this: Ford is at present trying to place the book he is now writing,

  45  
Biala, Janice TL[copy] to Stella Bowen
[n.p.] Dear Stella, I have written to Lippincotts to send two copies of the novel to Curtis Brown

  45  
Biala, Janice TL[copy] to Stella Bowen
[n.p.] Dear Stella, That seems to be all right. The person Herbert Gorman particularly recommends

  45  
Biala, Janice TL[copy] to Stella Bowen
New York; Dear Stella, Ford is telling Lippincotts to send a copy of "Provence" to you

  45  
Biala, Janice TL[copy] to Stella Bowen
[Paris? New York?] Dear Stella, The clause ref. serials in the deed is only intended to cover the rare cases

  45  
Biala, Janice TL[copy] to Stella Bowen
[Paris] Dear Stella, I am sending you herewith Ford's article on Turgenev. It's really splendid.

  45  
Biala, Janice TL[copy] to Stella Bowen
New York; Dear Stella, BOOKS Ford has just concluded an agreement with the Oxford University Press

  45  
Biala, Janice TL[copy] to Stella Bowen
Toulon; Dear Stella, About Julie: as far as I know she has been with the Marcoussis since the 18th or 19th

  45  
Biala, Janice TL[copy] to Stella Bowen
Toulon; Dear Stella, The answers are as follows in the order as you ask the questions

  45  
Biala, Janice TL[copy] to Stella Bowen
Toulon; Dear Stella, I am afraid there is not the slightest chance of Ford's being able to write a story

  45  
Biala, Janice TL[copy] to Stella Bowen
Toulon; Dear Stella, You can do what you like about placing "Provence". All that Ford asks is that the publisher should be reputable

  45  
Biala, Janice TL[copy] to Stella Bowen
Toulon; Dear Stella: I forwarded you yesterday the typescript of Ford's novel VIVE LE ROY

  45  
Biala, Janice TL[copy] to Stella Bowen
Toulon; Dear Stella: I forwarded you yesterday the typescript of Ford's novel VIVE LE ROY [Julian Loewe papers]

  45  
Biala, Janice TL[copy] to Stella Bowen
[Paris]Dear Stella, Ford has now finished his book. Will you please return the chapter you have

  45  
Biala, Janice TL[copy] to Stella Bowen
[Paris] Dear Stella, We are still here and shall be until the 4th July. Our plans are pretty well maturing

  45  
Biala, Janice TL[copy] to Stella Bowen
Toulon; Dear Stella, The change in the order of the books is just a friendly agreement [Julian Loewe papers]

  45  
Biala, Janice TL[copy] to Stella Bowen
[Olivet?] Dear Stella, Ford has been forced by our very severe necessities to try to mortgage his Mr. Croyd novel,

  45  
Biala, Janice TLS to Stella Bowen
[Paris] Dear Stella, Thank you so much for your letter. Believe me, I do know that Ford was "your man" too. [Julian Loewe papers]

  45  
Biala, Janice ALS to Stella Bowen
New York; Dear Stella, I sent off the books of articles to Unwin's last week. Will you arrange for terms [Julian Loewe papers]

  45  
Biala, Janice ALS to Stella Bowen
New York; Dear Stella, I am so relieved to have heard from you. From here everything looks so terrifying [Julian Loewe papers]

  45  
Biala, Janice ALS to Stella Bowen
[New York] Dear Stella, I can't tell you how glad I am to have heard from you both. I have been trying to write you for ages [Julian Loewe papers]

  45  
Biala, Janice ALS to Stella Bowen
[New York?] Dear Stella, Thank you for your very nice letter - and I'm glad mine of the 15th Sept. at last caught up with you. [Julian Loewe papers]

  45  
Biala, Janice ALS to Stella Bowen
[New York]; Dear Stella, In a letter I received this morning from Douglas Goldring he says [Julian Loewe papers]

  45  
Biala, Janice ALS to Stella Bowen
[New York?] Dear Stella/ Thank you very much for the cable which came 3 days ago & your letter before that, [Julian Loewe papers]

  45  
Biala, Janice ALS to Stella Bowen
[New York?] Dear Stella/ Thanks for yours of the 30th. I had myself come to the same conclusion about Goldring's book [Julian Loewe papers]

  45  
Biala, Janice ALS to Stella Bowen
[New York?] Dear Stella/ I am enclosing copies of two letters sent to Unwin & one from them to me [no enclosures with this] [Julian Loewe papers]

  45  
Biala, Janice ALS to Stella Bowen
[New York?] Dear Stella, I asked Katherine Lamb about Violet Hunt's executor (on my own acct, without mentioning you) [Julian Loewe papers]

  45  
Biala, Janice ALS to Stella Bowen
[New York?] Dear Stella, I am absolutely delighted by the news ref. The 5th Queen and awed by the amount of the advance. [Julian Loewe papers]

  45  
Biala, Janice ALS to Stella Bowen
[New York?] Dear Stella, I received your second note ref. the bibliography after I had already written the enclosed letter, [Julian Loewe papers]

  45  
Biala, Janice ALS to Stella Bowen
[New York?] Dear Stella/ It's alr3eight - I'm too cynical to think we're all about to get rich [Written on verso of AL[fragment], [n.d.] that Bowen wrote to Biala] [Julian Loewe papers]

  45  
Biala, Janice ALS to Stella Bowen
[New York?] Dear Stella/ Another little headache, which perhaps you can solve. New Directions, which is a small non commercial publishing house [Julian Loewe papers]

  45  
Biala, Janice ALS to Stella Bowen
[New York?] Dear Stella/ Yours of the 14th has just come. I am very anxious to hear if your agents would take over the books here. [Julian Loewe papers]

  45  
Biala, Janice ALS to Stella Bowen
Peconic, L.I.; Dear Stella/ I will do as Mr. Higham suggests, as soon as I get back to New York [Julian Loewe papers]

  45  
Biala, Janice ALS to Stella Bowen
Peconic, L.I.; Dear Stella/ I am very concerned to hear that your blood pressure has shot up [Julian Loewe papers]

  45  
Biala, Janice ALS to Stella Bowen
New York?] Dear Stella/ Please don't waste your strength just to write in order to thank me for a parcel. [Julian Loewe papers]

  45  
Biala, Janice ALS to Stella Bowen
[New York] My dearest dearest Stella/ I am at once more overcome with grief and emotion at your letter [Julian Loewe papers]

  45  
Biala, Janice ALS to Stella Bowen
[New York?] My dear dear Stella/ Your letter is full of interesting news and gave me much pleasure. [Julian Loewe papers]

  45  
Biala, Janice TL[copy] to Stella Bowen
[n.p.] Dearest Stella/ Thank you for the list of books & the informations[With 2 envelopes to "Mrs. Roland Loewe" from Biala and clipping from"The New Statesman and Nation", April 20, 1946 plus copy of same] [Julian Loewe papers]

  45  
Biala, Janice TL[copy] to Miriam Brokaw
Peapack; Dear Miss Brockaw [sic]/ In looking through David Harvey's bibliography of Ford [Facsimile]

  45  
Biala, Janice TL[copy] to George T. Bye
[Clarksville, Tenn.] Dear Mr. Bye/ I am in receipt of the drawings for the Boston article. I cannot understand why they kept them so long

  45  
Biala, Janice TL[copy] to Henry S. Canby
Paris; Dear Sir/ I am returning herewith your checque to Mr. Ford as to which I am sure there must be a mistake.

  45  
Biala, Janice TL[copy] to George Davis
Clarksvill, Tenn.; Dear George/ In a week or so we are going to New Orleans to do its portrait

  45  
Biala, Janice ALS to Edward and Natalie Davison
Olivet; Chers amis/ We had a pleasant journey & arrived in not too bad a state to very pleasant cool weather.

  45  
Biala, Janice ALS to Edward and Natalie Davison
Olivet; Chers amis/ Delighted we were to get your letter and I hope it's a lesson to Ford who's been on the verge of writing to you

  45  
Biala, Janice ALS to Edward and Natalie Davison
[New York?] What are the chances of your being in New York during the time the exhibition? [Written on leaflet of "Recent Paintings by Janice Biala"]

  45  
Biala, Janice ALS to Natalie Davison
Paris; Dear Natalie/ Thanks for the Zmas card & the note. We were no end glad to hear from you

  45  
Biala, Janice TL[copy] to Theodore Dreiser
[New York] Dear Mr. Dreiser, Your letter has only just come - Saturday, 5 p.m. I enclose the envelope.

  45  
Biala, Janice ALS to Caroline Gordon
Leesburg; Dear Carolyn: Thanks for your good long letter Tore your check up, and am sending $20.00 -

  45  
Biala, Janice TL[draft?] to Ferris Greenslet
Clarksville, Tenn.; Dear Mr. Greenslet:: I am sending you herewith one of the PORTRAITS OF CITIES. It is of Nashville

  45  
Biala, Janice ALS to David Harvey
[Paris] Dear Mr. Harvey: I am glad to hear from you again. Something certainly went wrong around Christmas

  45  
Biala, Janice ALS to David Harvey
[Paris] Dear Mr. Harvey: I haven't written because as you know by now I am a terrible correspondent

  45  
Biala, Janice ALS to David Harvey
Paris; Dear Mr. Harvey: Just a line to say that contrary to expectations we are leaving Paris on the 1st

  45  
Biala, Janice ALS to David Harvey
Paris; Dear Mr. Harvey; I am glad to hear your news and glad to hear you and your wife are both well

  45  
Biala, Janice ALS to David Harvey
[Paris] Dear Mr. Harvey: You win. You have my permission to see anything that is visible.

  45  
Biala, Janice ALS to David Harvey
[Paris] Dear Mr. Harvey: I had a letter from Mr. Foster of the Minnesota Review yesterday telling me that you refused him the information

  45  
Biala, Janice ALS to David Harvey
[Paris] Dear Mr. Harvey: I think you will have to blame me rather than Mr. Foster, after all.

  45  
Biala, Janice ALS to David Harvey
[Paris] Dear Mr. Harvey: That is very good news indeed. Congratulations I don't eat my words though

  45  
Biala, Janice ALS to David Harvey
Paris?] Dear David/ Thanks a 1000 times for the bibliography & the very kind dedication

  45  
Biala, Janice ALS to David Harvey
Peapack; Mes chers amis/ Congratualtions, felicitations and a happy future for Christopher

  45  
Biala, Janice ALS to David Harvey
Peapack, Dear David/ I have geen going through Ford's letters & every now and then I check your bibliography

  45  
Biala, Janice AL[copy]S to David Harvey
Peapack, Dear David/ I have geen going through Ford's letters & every now and then I check your bibliography

  45  
Biala, Janice TL[copy] to Willianm Heinemann Ltd.
Paris; Dear Sirs: Yours of the 14th June ref. my payment for the cover of IT WAS THE NIGHTINGALE

  45  
Biala, Janice TL[copy] to William Heinemann Ltd.
Paris; Dear Sir: The amount you pay is of relatively little importance and I am prepared to accept six guineas

  46  
Biala, Janice ALS to David Harvey
[Originally misfiled; now in Box 45, folder 83.1-83.3]

  46  
Biala, Janice TL[copy] to J. Jefferson Jones
[Toulon] Dear Mr. Jefferson Jones: Thank you for your letter of the 28th of September. IT WAS THE NIGHTINGALE has just arrived

  46  
Biala, Janice TL[copy] to J. Jefferson Jones
[Toulon?] Dear Mr. Jones: I add these notes to Ford's letter with reference to the drawings.

  46  
Biala, Janice ALS to David Kaser
Paris; Dear Mr. Kaser, I have now gone through the itemized list you were good enough to send me.

  46  
Biala, Janice ALS to Esther Julia Madox Loewe
[Deauville] Julie dear/ I hardly know what to tell you. He got worse after you left [Julian Loewe papers]

  46  
Biala, Janice ALS to Esther Julia Madox Loewe
[New York] Julie dear/ I was so glad to get your letter, which arrived yesterday [Julian Loewe papers]

  46  
Biala, Janice ALS to Esther Julia Madox Loewe
Paris; Dear Julie/ I am sailing from Bordeaux on November 6 or 7. I have been hanging around in Paris [Julian Loewe papers]

  46  
Biala, Janice TLS to Esther Julia Madox Loewe
New York; Darling/ I am so glad to have your letter. I've been meaning to write to you for ages. [Julian Loewe papers]

  46  
Biala, Janice ALS to Esther Julia Madox Loewe
New York; Julie dear/ I seem to have the strongest urge to write you whenever a war is declared! [Julian Loewe papers]

  46  
Biala, Janice ALS to Esther Julia Madox Loewe
[New York] Dearest Julie/ Your letter just came and I am more glad than I can tell you [Julian Loewe papers]

  46  
Biala, Janice ALS to Esther Julia Madox Loewe and Roland Loewe
[n.p.] Dearest Julie/ Your last letter was a shcok from which I am just beginning to emerge. [Julian Loewe papers]

  46  
Biala, Janice ALS to Esther Julia Madox Loewe
[n.p.] Dear Roland and Julie/ Your telegram came while we were away for the week-end [Julian Loewe papers]

  46  
Biala, Janice TLS to Esther Julia Madox Loewe
[New York] Darling/ I had meant to swrite [sic] to you a long letter going into great detail in answer to your, [Julian Loewe papers]

  46  
Biala, Janice ALS to Esther Julia Madox Loewe
[New York?] Darling/ I was quite upset by the news you gave of Stella's health - [Julian Loewe papers]

  46  
Biala, Janice ALS to Esther Julia Madox Loewe
[New York?] Dearest Julie/ My lawyer tells me that it would be a very good thing if Stella could write a letter [Julian Loewe papers]

  46  
Biala, Janice ALS to Esther Julia Madox Loewe
[New York?] Darling/ How are things going? I have been too fearful to write for fear of the answer [Julian Loewe papers]

  46  
Biala, Janice ALS to Esther Julia Madox Loewe
[n.p.] Darling/ I am sending off to-day a basic layette, as recommended by a city maternity center here [Julian Loewe papers]

  46  
Biala, Janice ALS to Esther Julia Madox Loewe
[n.p.] Darling/ I was enormously cheered up by you last letter & delighted with the photograph [Julian Loewe papers]

  46  
Biala, Janice ALS to Esther Julia Madox Loewe
[Paris] Dearest Julie/ This is just a rush not to say thanks for your letter - [Julian Loewe papers]

  46  
Biala, Janice ALS to Esther Julia Madox Loewe
[Paris] Darling/ So happy to have heard from you & Julian, & that you are both bearing up [Julian Loewe papers]

  46  
Biala, Janice ALS to Esther Julia Madox Loewe
Paris; Darling/ I forgot to give you the enclosed , & badly worded as it is, it ought to fill the bill. [Julian Loewe papers]

  46  
Biala, Janice ALS to Esther Julia Madox Loewe
[Paris] Darling/ We found your nice long letter on our arrival from Italy & I was very glad [Julian Loewe papers]

  46  
Biala, Janice ALS to Esther Julia Madox Loewe
[Paris?] Darling/ Thanks for the letter & the snapshots, I'd just begun to think you were a highly unnatural parent [Julian Loewe papers]

  46  
Biala, Janice ALS to Esther Julia Madox Loewe
[n.p.] My chickens/ How glad I am to be addressing this letter to California rather than to Australia![Julian Loewe papers]

  46  
Biala, Janice ALS to Esther Julia Madox Loewe
[Paris] My dear/ I got your last letter this morning which spurs me on in my daily intentions [Julian Loewe papers]

  46  
Biala, Janice ALS to Esther Julia Madox Loewe
Paris; Dearest Julie; Here at long last is your share of the re-print Good Soldier money - [Julian Loewe papers]

  46  
Biala, Janice ALS to Roland Loewe
St. John, N.B.; Dear Roland, What has become of you? Since your similar query about a year ago I have written [Julian Loewe papers]

  46  
Biala, Janice TL[copy] to Ray Long
[Toulon?] Dear Mr. Long, I am sending you herewith under another cover the typescript of THE RASH ACT

  46  
Biala, Janice ALS to Robert Maconley
[Paris] Dear Mr.Maconley/ I am delighted to hear that you may be coming over this summer

  46  
Biala, Janice ALS to Robert Maconley
New York; Dear Robie/ Thank you a tousand times for your defense of Ford

  46  
Biala, Janice ALS to Robert Maconley
Paris; Dear Robie/ I am delighted that you accept. It takes a load off my mind to know [Includes account of how the Ford Collection at Cornell came to be.]

  46  
Biala, Janice ALS to Robert Maconley
Paris; Dear Robie/ Alain & I were very happy to see you again after so many years

  46  
Biala, Janice ALS to Arthur Mizener
Peapack; Dear Mr. Mizener/ It was very kind of you to suggest it - but of course I don't need any letters of recommendation. [Gift of Arthur and Rosemary Mizener]

  46  
Biala, Janice ALS to Arthur Mizener
Peapack; Dear Mr. Mizener/ I will be delight to have lunch with you and Mrs. Mizener [Gift of Arthur and Rosemary Mizener]

  46  
Biala, Janice ALS to Arthur Mizener
Peapack; Dear Arthur/ What a powerful man you are! You not only have a publisher for Ford in your pocket - and a very sympathetic one, too

  46  
Biala, Janice ALS to Arthur Mizener
Peapack; Dear Arthur/ I am having alittle correspondence with Graham Greene apropos his dropping the Last Post

  46  
Biala, Janice ALS to Arthur Mizener
Peapack; Dear Arthur/I am aftraid I've lost the argument with Graham Greene. It was already too late

  46  
Biala, Janice ALS to Arthur Mizener
Peapack; Dear Arthur, Dear Rosemarie/ The little map was perfect. We had an easy trip home [With ALS from Janice Biala at end]

  46  
Biala, Janice ALS to Arthur Mizener
Peapack; Dear Arthur/ I am enclosing the copy of a letter I am sending to Ford's daughter Julie for your information.

  46  
Biala, Janice TLS to Arthur Mizener
Peapack; Dear Arthur/ Thanks for your prompt letter to Julie. I am sending you a list of what she has, that she sent me

  46  
Biala, Janice ALS to Arthur Mizener
Peapack; Dear Arthur/ Just a word to say thanks for your last 2 or 3 letters with the information they contained

  46  
Biala, Janice ALS to Arthur Mizener
Peapack; Dear Arthur/ Are you back? And if so, when will you be sufficiently near so we can see each other?

  46  
Biala, Janice ALS to Arthur Mizener
Peapack; Dear Arthur/ Yours of the 14th just received. It must have crossed mine, which was sent to the Dept. of English because I haven't got your private address.

  46  
Biala, Janice ALS to Arthur Mizener
Peapack; Dear Arthur/ I feel like a character in Les Liaisons Dangereuses and about the world's biggest non-stop letter writer

  46  
Biala, Janice ALS to Arthur Mizener
Peapack; Dear Arthur/ Thanks thanks thanks. We'll talk over the question of storing the papers and thankfully, of photographing them

  46  
Biala, Janice ALS to Arthur Mizener
Peapack; Dear Arthur/ Thank you for everything including your letter of this morning with regard to Houghton Mifflin

  46  
Biala, Janice ALS to Arthur Mizener
Peapack; Dear Arthur/ Julie did let me know she was writing to Mr. McCarthy but I hope she will either not sell now

  46  
Biala, Janice ALS to Arthur Mizener
Peapack; Dear Arthur- I daresay our letters crossed.- I didn't answer sooner [Included is Mizener's TL[carbon] (in reverse) of November 16, 1963]

  46  
Biala, Janice TLS to Arthur Mizener
Peapack; Dear Arthur, Dear Rosemary/ No, absolutely not - it never occurred to me you might not want to see me.

  46  
Biala, Janice TLS to Arthur Mizener
Peapack; Dear Arthur/ You misunderstand me on the subject of Gutwillig. I don't blame him at all.

  46  
Biala, Janice TLS to Arthur Mizener
Peapack; Dear Arthur/ I don't want to do anything that would hamper you in any way

  46  
Biala, Janice AL[postcard]S to Arthur Mizener
Peapack; Dear Arthur/ Ford God's sake - did you get there alright? I expected to hear before this

  46  
Biala, Janice ALS to Arthur Mizener
Peapack; Dear Arthur/ Very glad to get your letter this morning & interested in your news about McCarthy.

  46  
Biala, Janice AL[postcard]S to Arthur Mizener
Peapack; Dear Arthur/ I forgot to say - are you going to photograph The Fifth Queen play for me?

  46  
Biala, Janice TLS to Arthur Mizener
Peapack; Dear Arthur/ I am dismayed by Mr. McCarthy's letter offering to make a deal for both Julies and my collection.

  46  
Biala, Janice ALS to Arthur Mizener
Peapack; Dear Arthur/ Your letter of the 24th just arrived - also the xerox of the Fifth Queen. Thank you.

  46  
Biala, Janice ALS to Arthur Mizener
Peapack; Dear Arthur/ Just a line to tell you how happy I am that Cornell will have the papers -

  46  
Biala, Janice AL[postcard]S to Arthur Mizener
Peapack; Dear Arthur/ Just after my letter went off to you - I got one from Julie

  46  
Biala, Janice ALS to Arthur Mizener
Peapack; Dear Arthur/ I don't dare join in the jubilation until I hear from Julie. I sent her a telegram

  46  
Biala, Janice TLS to Arthur Mizener
Peapack; Dear Arthur/ What marvelous news in yours of Feb. 14, just come. Alain is packing the three books you ask for and they will go off today

  46  
Biala, Janice TLS to Arthur Mizener
Peapack; Dear Arthur/ As Parades End is coming out in August, and as McGraw-Hill was waiting for that

  46  
Biala, Janice TLS to Arthur Mizener
Peapack; Dear Arthur/ (Just think how much this correspondence will be worth someday - maybe!) Thanks for the little book

  46  
Biala, Janice TLS to Arthur Mizener
Peapack; Dear Arthur/ I think the Loewes must need a nursemaid. Of course there is no duty on these papers

  46  
Biala, Janice ALS to Arthur Mizener
Peapack; Dear Arthur/ I would like back my Ford books - because otherwise I'll never remember where anything is

  46  
Biala, Janice ALS to Arthur Mizener
Peapack; Dear Arthur/ Ford's officer book is in Ithaca, I'm sure it's not like the snapshots

  46  
Biala, Janice AL[postcard]S to Arthur Mizener
Peapack; Dear Arthur/A happy Easter to both of you. If you haven't sent the Ford books yet - perhaps you'd better keep them

  46  
Biala, Janice ALS to Arthur Mizener
Peapack; Dear Arthur/ The package of books just came - also your letter from North Carolina.

  46  
Biala, Janice ALS to Arthur and Rosemary Mizener
Paris; Dear Arthur, dear Rosemary/ Thank you for your telegram to the boat. We had a terrific send-off

  46  
Biala, Janice A&TLS to Arthur Mizener
Paris; Dear Arthur/So glad to hear from you. I am aftraid though I am not going to be of any use to you

  46  
Biala, Janice AL[postcard]S to Arthur and Rosemary Mizener
Prague; Dear Arthur, dear Rosemary/ Have you ever been in Prague? If not, you must come here on your next trip.

  46  
Biala, Janice ALS to Arthur Mizener
Paris; Dear Arthur/ We got back a week agao from our travels in Central Europe,

  46  
Biala, Janice ALS to Arthur and Rosemary Mizener
New York; Dear Arthur/ Dearest Rosemarie, Arthur/ How sorry I am you can't come for Alain's opening !!! except that i would not have been ideal

  46  
Biala, Janice ALS to Rosemary Mizener
New York; Dear Arthur/ Dear Rosemary/ Thank you for your letter. I do wish we could see you before Dec. 5th -

  46  
Biala, Janice ALS to Arthur and Rosemary Mizener
[n.p.] Dear Rosemary, Dear Arthur/ Thank you for both your letters & excuse my not answering right away

  46  
Biala, Janice ALS to Arthur and Rosemary Mizener
Southampton; Dear Arthur, Dear Rosemary/ Thank you for the telegram and the astonishing news that Cornell got Seraphina for $250

  46  
Biala, Janice ALS to Arthur and Rosemary Mizener
Peapack; Dear Rosemary Dear Arthur/ I hope you got safely back. This is a letter partly of excuse - it comes back to me that I kept interrupting you

  46  
Biala, Janice ALS to Arthur Mizener
Peapack; Dear Arthur/ Thank you for yours of the 2nd which should have been answered much sooner

  46  
Biala, Janice ALS to Arthur Mizener
Paris; Dear Arthur/ I no sooner sent off the other letter, than I got yours of March 1.

  46  
Biala, Janice ALS to Arthur Mizener
Paris; Dear Arthur/ Life is a vale of tears! Here I am once more about to explain Ford's character and this time to you,

  46  
Biala, Janice ALS to Arthur Mizener
Paris; Dear Arthur/ Ever since your letter came I've been trying to think how to answer it - but I have decided that my literary

  46  
Biala, Janice ALS to Arthur Mizener
Paris; Dear Arthur/ So glad to hear from you. The dates you mention will find us waiting impatiently for you at the Gare St. Lazare

  46  
Biala, Janice ALS to Arthur Mizener
Paris; Dear Arthur/ Your letter just came - I was not joking about coming to Brighton - but our plans are always loose

  46  
Biala, Janice ALS to Arthur Mizener
Paris; Dear Arthur/ I didn't write because I didn't know where to - I am so glad you thought of writing me.

  46  
Biala, Janice ALS to Arthur Mizener
Paris; Dear Arthur/ We aren't coming to England after all. This whole month is loaded with visitors from abroad

  46  
Biala, Janice ALS to Arthur Mizener
Paris; Dear Arthur/ Your letter as usual contains much nourishment for the aging grey cells. I did not know that MacShane's book is not coming out

  46  
Biala, Janice ALS to Arthur Mizener
Paris; Dear Arthur/ This is just un petit mot to tell you that I have not your London address. I haven't anything special

  46  
Biala, Janice ALS to Arthur Mizener
Paris; Dear Arthur/ I had your London address all this time without knowing it! Stupid that I am

  46  
Biala, Janice ALS to Arthur Mizener
Paris; Dear Arthur/ It is too late to wish you both a merry Xmas but it's not too late to wish you a very happy new year

  46  
Biala, Janice ALS to Arthur Mizener
Paris; Dear Arthur/ What a good friend you are! I am so grateful to you for your prompt letter and advice

  46  
Biala, Janice ALS to Arthur Mizener
Paris; Dear Arthur/ What a long time since I heard from you! We are in the midst of building our second floor

  46  
Biala, Janice ALS to Arthur Mizener
Paris; Dear Arthur/ Thank you very much indeed for getting Ladies Whose Bright Eyes xeroxed. I am more obliged

  46  
Biala, Janice ALS to Arthur Mizener
Paris; Dear Arthur/ I hope this finds you and Rosemary basking on a sunny beach surrounded by your grandchildren

  46  
Biala, Janice ALS to Arthur and Rosemary Mizener
Paris; My dears/ Merry Christmas and a most happy new year to you both. Julie has come back the the attack

  46  
Biala, Janice ALS to Arthur and Rosemary Mizener
[Paris] Dear Arthur Dear Rosemary/ This is to wish you both a VERY happy new year - and to ask what I have done

  46  
Biala, Janice AL[postcard]S to Arthur Mizener
Sousse; My dears/ I haven't heard from you for ages. How are you? How's the book coming

  46  
Biala, Janice ALS to Arthur Mizener
Paris; Dear Arthur/ Your letter jus came and has thrown me in a moral tizzy. Of course I think there should be a portrait of Ford

  46  
Biala, Janice AL[postcardd]S to Arthur and Rosemary Mizener
London; My dears/ What an age since we've heard from you!!! This is to say hello

  46  
Biala, Janice ALS to Arthur Mizener
Paris; Dear Arthur/ Your letter of Aug.22 asking me to tell you about Ford and me has thrown me in a tizzy

  46  
Biala, Janice ALS to Arthur Mizener
Paris; Dear Arthur/ You're dead right about Ford and money - he didn't give a damn about it.

  46  
Biala, Janice ALS to Arthur Mizener
Paris; Dear Arthur/ About the papers: I know that things change - so I know that there existed a possibility that the situation might not be the same

  46  
Biala, Janice ALS to Arthur Mizener
Paris; Dear Arthur/ This is not in reply to your letter - but to ask for some information - when did Elsie Hueffer die -

  46  
Biala, Janice ALS to Arthur Mizener
Paris; Dear Arthur/ I've had you on my mind for a long time; but I hoped I would hear from you first

  46  
Biala, Janice AL[postcard]S to Arthur Mizener
Santiago de Compostela; Dear Rosemarie, dear Arthur, The grandur of this famous place is somewhat everwhelming. We love the popular quarters

  46  
Biala, Janice ALS to Arthur Mizener
Paris; Dear Arthur and Romsemary/ We are going to be in New York from Nov.29 to Dec.13 at my brothers.

  46  
Biala, Janice AL[postcard]S to Arthur Mizener
New York; Dear Arthur/ Is there any chance that you and Rosemary will come to New York beford Dec.13,

  46  
Biala, Janice ALS to Rosemary Mizener
Paris; Dear Rosemary/ As you suspect Arthur did not write me the good? the bad? news that the die is cast

  46  
Biala, Janice AL[postcard]S to Arthur Mizener
Le Touquet; Dear Arthur/ Your letter came just as we were leaving for above - I note the mass is coming

  46  
Biala, Janice ALS to Arthur Mizener
[Paris] Dear Arthur/ Thank you for your very considerate letter and for your & Rosemary's sympathy

  46  
Biala, Janice ALS to Arthur Mizener
Paris; Dear Arthur/ I have tried for days to write you about the book & tried, as you asked me to,

  46  
Biala, Janice ALS to Arthur Mizener
Paris; Dear Arthur/ I am truly obliged to you for your very kind letter and am very glad we are still friends

  46  
Biala, Janice ALS to Arthur Mizener
Paris; Dear Arthur/ O.K. I accept your kind, generous and unvain offer to go through the book and revise wherever you can

  46  
Biala, Janice ALS to Arthur Mizener
Paris; Dear Arthur/ Thanks for your letter of September 27 and contents thereof. If it's not too late

  46  
Biala, Janice ALS to Arthur Mizener
[Paris] Dear Arthur/ Your publisher sounds just like Ford's publishers. They did not send the books of course and like you,

  46  
Biala, Janice ALS to Arthur Mizener
Paris; Dear Arthur/ Just a line to say THE SADDEST STORY & the gloomiest looking book, has arrived

  46  
Biala, Janice ALS to Arthur Mizener
Paris; Dear Arthur/ I am enclosing a copy of the letter I wrote to the New Yorker. I can't recollect anything

  46  
Biala, Janice ALS to Arthur Mizener
[Paris] Dear Arthur/ How are you and Rosemary? I hope you are both well and thriving; with us old age is catching up

  46  
Biala, Janice ALS to Arthur Mizener
Paris; Dear Arthur/ I'm so glad Rosemary is all right - and in fact that you bothe are. You don't have to worry

  46  
Biala, Janice ALS to Arthur Mizener
Paris; Dear Arthur & Rosemary/ Thanks for your letter. I wrote to ask Katharine what she wanted [Gift of Arthur and Rosemary Mizener]

  46  
Biala, Janice ALS to Arthur Mizener
[Paris] Dear Arthur/ First of all I want to thank you for your trouble [Gift of Arthur and Rosemary Mizener]

  46  
Biala, Janice ALS to Arthur Mizener
[Paris] Dear Arthur/ How nice of you to write me when you must be in such a dither [Gift of Arthur and Rosemary Mizener]

  46  
Biala, Janice ALS to Arthur Mizener
[Paris] Dear Arthur/ Ever since your last letter there's hardly a day when I've not thought of Rosemarie [Gift of Arthur and Rosemary Mizener]

  46  
Biala, Janice TL[copy] to the Oxford University Press
New York; Dear Sirs, Great Trade Route/ Will you please let me have the amended copies of the wrappers of the above?

  46  
Biala, Janice TL[copy] to the Oxford University Press
Paris; Dear Sirs, Mr. Ford tells me that your Mr. Lowry has informed him that you do not intend to publish my illustrations

  46  
Biala, Janice TL[copy] Xenia Scriabine
[Toulon?] Dear Miss Scriabine, Agreeable to your request of the 19th inst. I send you a biographical sketch of Mr. Ford

  46  
Biala, Janice AL[draft] to T. R. Smith
[Paris] Dear Sir/ Your letter of December 8th to Mr. Ford forces me to write to you in the hope of making you understand

  46  
Biala, Janice AL[draft] to T. R. Smith
Paris; Dear Sir/ Thank you for your letter of the 14th January which unfortunately in no way reassures me

  46  
Biala, Janice AL[copy]S to Allene Talmey
[n.p.] Dear Miss Talmey/ I haven't yet had the letter of confirmation for the article

  46  
Biala, Janice AL[copy]S to Allene Talmey
[Clarksville] Dear Miss Talmey/ I hope you duly received the mss & drawings of Nashville

  46  
Biala, Janice TL[copy]S to Allene Talmey
[n.p.] Dear Miss Talmey/ According to our present intentions the cities I shall make portraits of will be Denver, [Originally catalogued with Ford correspondence]

  46  
Biala, Janice TL[copy]S to Allene Talmey
[Olivet?] Dear Miss Talmey/ Ford has received a cheque for $150 in payment for his Nashville article

  46  
Biala, Janice [Printed] Clippings and Notices of Exhibitions
Denver, Detroit; [2 newspaper articles reveiwing Biala's exhibitions]

  Mapcase  
Bowen, Stella Drawing of Ford Madox Ford
[Pastel chalk drawing of Ford]

  Mapcase  
Bowen, Stella Drawing of Esther Julia Madox Ford
[Pastel chalk drawing of "Julie Madox Ford"]

  47  
Bowen, Stella [Printed] Catalogues, form letters, etc. Concerning Bowen's exhibitions
[13 items of Bowen's exhibition announcements]

  47  
Bowen, Stella AM Notes on Ford's Publications
[6 various notes regarding Ford's writings]

  47  
Bowen, Stella ALS to Janice Biala
[London] Dear Janice/ As far as I know, the Allen Unwin contract is going through all right

  47  
Bowen, Stella ALS to Janice Biala
London; Dear Janice/ I fear it is impossible for Julie to go along to you this morning. We have got a terribly full day.

  47  
Bowen, Stella ALS to Janice Biala
London; Dear Janice/ In the course of my conversation with Mr. Unwin the other day, he suggested

  47  
Bowen, Stella ALS to Janice Biala
London; Dear Janice/ Ford no longer answers my letters so I am writing to you to ask you to help me

  47  
Bowen, Stella ALS to Janice Biala
London; Dear Janice/ I have got a picture to finish in the country where we were at Easter



  47  
Bowen, Stella ALS to Janice Biala
London; Dear Janice/ I have received the ms of Ford's new book safely. I am very glad to have a free hand

  47  
Bowen, Stella ALS to Janice Biala
London; Dear Jance/ I have seen David Higham of Curtis Brown & asked him to handle both the novel

  47  
Bowen, Stella ALS to Janice Biala
[London] Dear Janice/ I have just received your letter of September 28th & meanwhile you will have had mine

  47  
Bowen, Stella ALS to Janice Biala
London; Dear Janice/ Julie has breceived the copy of "Provence" which we have both enjoyed

  47  
Bowen, Stella ALS to Janice Biala
London; Dear Janice/ The enclosed speaks for itself. Can Ford elucidate the matter of the "experimental" story

  47  
Bowen, Stella ALS to Janice Biala
London; Dear Janice/ Julie's visit to you seems to have been a great success - she enjoyed herself

  47  
Bowen, Stella ALS to Janice Biala
[London] Dear Janice/ Thanks for your letter and "Turgenev" which shall be tried on the XIX & S. James.

  47  
Bowen, Stella ALS to Janice Biala
[London] Dear Janice/ Green now writes that Putnam's are interested in Ford's books & are looking

  47  
Bowen, Stella ALS to Janice Biala
London; Dear Janice/ I am hoping to send Julie to Francer on the 29th (Monday) but I cannot be absolutely sure of the exact day

  47  
Bowen, Stella ALS to Janice Biala
London; Dear Janice/ I wrote to you at Monte Carol, but do not know whether you went there. I enclosed letters from Kellmann

  47  
Bowen, Stella ALS to Janice Biala
London; Dear Janice/ Our telephone conversation of yesterday made me very happy, not only because it means something

  47  
Bowen, Stella ALS to Janice Biala
Funchal; Dear Janice/ I have just received the enclosed, which speaks for itself. I wish to register the strongest

  47  
Bowen, Stella ALS to Janice Biala
Cagnes; Dear Janice/ Would it not be better for John Green to have your address direct? This has become very battered

  47  
Bowen, Stella ALS to Janice Biala
London; Dear Janice/ These proofs have come from Mr. Scott-James but I am sure that Ford would wish to correcct

  47  
Bowen, Stella ALS to Janice Biala
London; Dear Janice/ I have found a new young literary agent called Green, who will be glad enough to handle Ford's work.

  47  
Bowen, Stella ALS to Janice Biala
[London] Dear Janice/ I should have thanked you for Scott James' cheque & the mss. before this

  47  
Bowen, Stella ALS to Janice Biala
[London] Dear Janice/ I have just had a letter from the News Chronicle offering me 35 pounds down for Ford's story "Pearls"

  47  
Bowen, Stella ALS to Janice Biala
London; Dear Janice/ Julie wrote to her father 4 or 5 days ago so I suppose you will realise by this time

  47  
Bowen, Stella AL[fragment] to Janice Biala
[n.p.] ...I must tell Green about the transposed books, & get him to clear up the matter of the various advances.[Julian Loewe papers]

  47  
Bowen, Stella ALS to Janice Biala
London; Dear Janice/ Thanks for "Vive le Roy" . I am telling Green to tell John Lane that if they will advance

  47  
Bowen, Stella AL[draft]S to Janice Biala
[London] Dear Janice/ Thanks for Vive le Roy. I am telling Green to tell Lane that if they will advance [Julian Loewe papers]

  47  
Bowen, Stella ALS to Janice Biala
[London] Dear Janice/ Mr. Green has got the chapters of Ford's book & I am writing to him to send them

  47  
Bowen, Stella ALS to Janice Biala
London; Dear Janice/ Here at last is the Allen Unwin agreement. They have put in a tiresome clause

  47  
Bowen, Stella ALS to Janice Biala
London; Dear Janice/ Here is Ford's contract, & the cheque has come. Please take this 5 pounds towards the drawings -

  47  
Bowen, Stella ALS to Janice Biala
[London] Dear Janice/ I was awfully sorry to get such depressing news of you a month ago. Things sounded

  47  
Bowen, Stella ALS to Janice Biala
[London] Dear Janice/ Mr. Green is doing fairly well, i think. The young publisher Müller, has offered 50 pounds for Province [sic]

  47  
Bowen, Stella ALS to Janice Biala
London; Dear Janice/ We were so pleased with Ford's last letter to Julie. He was obviously feeling extremely cheerful!

  47  
Bowen, Stella ALS to Janice Biala
London; Dear Janice/ I do hope Ford will be pleased with his press here. I enclose the only two notices I have seen,

  47  
Bowen, Stella ALS to Janice Biala
London; My dear Janice/ I don't know where you are by now, but no doubt the Tates will forward this

  47  
Bowen, Stella TLS to Janice Biala
London; My dear Janice, I am really very distressed to hear about Ford's state of health.

  47  
Bowen, Stella ALS to Janice Biala
[London] Dear Janice/ Our telephone conversation of yesterday made me very happy. [Julian Loewe papers]

  47  
Bowen, Stella AL[fragment] to Janice Biala
[n.p.] Dear Janice/ I was awfully sorry to get your dismal news of a month ago. [Julian Loewe papers]

  47  
Bowen, Stella AL[draft]S to Janice Biala
[London] Dear Janice/ You will presumably have had a cable from Mr. Stanley Unwin before you receive this, [Julian Loewe papers]

  47  
Bowen, Stella ALS to Janice Biala
[London] Dear Janice/ You will presumably have had a cable from Mr. Stanley Unwin before you receive this

  47  
Bowen, Stella AL[draft]S to Janice Biala
[London] Dear Janice/ In the course of my conversation with Mr. Unwin the other day he suggested that I [Julian Loewe papers]

  47  
Bowen, Stella ALS to Janice Biala
[London] Dear Janice/We are of course intensely distressed by your letter. You are, however, asking a much bigger sacrifice

  47  
Bowen, Stella AL[draft] to Janice Biala
[Yorkshire] Dear J/ By ill luck your cable reaches me in the wilds of Yorkshire where I am painting [Julian Loewe papers]

  47  
Bowen, Stella AL[draft]S to Janice Biala
[London] My dear Janice/ This is a shockingly belated answer to your good letter - but I believe we are alike [Julian Loewe papers]

  47  
Bowen, Stella ALS[draft] to Janice Biala
[London] My dear Janice - Do forgive pencil - I am writing in bed where I have retired [Julian Loewe papers]

  47  
Bowen, Stella TL[carbon] to Janice Biala
London; My dear Janice, Julie is going to type this for me, as I am in bed [Julian Loewe papers]

  47  
Bowen, Stella ALS to Janice Biala
[London] My dear Janice/ I was sitting up by the fire for the first time today [Julian Loewe papers]

  47  
Bowen, Stella TL[copy]S to William A. Bradley
Paris; Dear Bradley/ There seems to be no comment to be made on Ford's last letter. His letter of June 12th settled the point

  47  

[Number 36 seems to have been skipped]

  47  
Bowen, Stella TL[copy] to Ford
London; Darling- I'm feeling that I oughtn't to have let you go alone and unequipped [Julian Loewe papers]

  47  
Bowen, Stella TL[copy] to Ford
[Removed and refiled in Box 47, folder 43.5]

  47  
Bowen, Stella TL[copy,fragment?] to Ford
London; ...Darling- I feel endless energy welling up inside me for this enterprise of ours

  47  
Bowen, Stella TL[copy] to Ford
London; Darling- You do write such nice satisfactory letters, which really sound as tho' you are happy

  47  
Bowen, Stella TL[copy] to Ford
London; Darling- I think the entresol might well be a dining room, except that it would be

  47  
Bowen, Stella TL[copy] to Ford
London; Darling- O dpm't know how much longer I can stick things here. I feel absolutely played out,

  47  
Bowen, Stella TL[copy] to Ford
London; Darling- Tom sails to-day. I had a letter this morning, saying that he couldn't get any more leave

  47  
Bowen, Stella TL[copy] to Ford
London; Darling- Peter called this afternoon, and I explained that you had wanted his introduction to Marsh

  47  
Bowen, Stella TL[copy] to Ford
Assisi; Darling- We arrived here last night and have had a heavenly day to-day. We are in an aged inn

  47  
Bowen, Stella TL[copy] to Ford
Assisi; Darling- Your darn'e religion is a queer thing. This morning I was feeling it was so good and pretty

  47  
Bowen, Stella TL[copy] to Ford
Paris; My darling- I am hoping so much for a radio today or tomorrow to say you've safely landed

  47  
Bowen, Stella TL[copy] to Ford
Paris; My darling- Your letter from the Savoie arrived this morning - also the p.c. for Julie from Havre

  47  
Bowen, Stella TL[copy] to Ford
Paris; My darling/ On Saturday night I got two letters from you very worried at having heard nothing from me

  47  
Bowen, Stella TL[copy] to Ford
Paris; My own darling/ This mail has so far only brought me 2 letters written Fri. 19th and Sat. 20th.,

  47  
Bowen, Stella TL[copy] to Ford
Oxford; My darling/ It is a whole week since I wrote to you, which you must please forgive on account of the travelling

  47  
Bowen, Stella TL[copy] to Ford
Paris; My dear/ I was relieved to get your 2 letters of Oct. 1st, Oct. 3rd this morning. It is a long time

  47  
Bowen, Stella TL[copy] to Ford
Paris; My dear/ There was not much news in your last letter of the 19th as you were still awaiting the Boni contract

  47  
Bowen, Stella TL[copy] to Ford
Paris; My dear/ I believe I missed the last mail but I know I wrote a long letter last week.

  47  
Bowen, Stella TL[copy] to Ford
Paris; My dear/ I am so very sorry to have missed the last mail because if you do sail on the 14th you will never get this.

  47  
Bowen, Stella TL[copy] to Ford
Paris; My dear/ I am very touched by all the tributes in your New Year's letter, and enormously pleased with Last Post

  47  
Bowen, Stella TL[copy] to Ford
[n.p.] My dear/ I feel I ought to write something definite to you just as soon as possible, so that you may make your own plans

  47  
Bowen, Stella ALS to Ford
New York; My dear Ford/ I have been puting off writing to you until I could foresee a definite date for my return.

  47  
Bowen, Stella ALS to Ford
[Thonon-les-Bains] Dear Ford/ This is to announce that I've arrived safely after a pleasant journey

  47  
Bowen, Stella ALS to Ford
[Paris?] Dear Ford/ I have written to Bradley that, since you long ago assigned to me all the English royalties,

  47  
Bowen, Stella ALS to Ford
[Paris] Dear Ford/ I return you herewith Cape's proposed agreement for "The Rash Act"

  47  
Bowen, Stella ALS to Ford
[London] Dear Ford/ Many thanks for the three chapters - they look entrancing, but I haven't had time

  47  
Bowen, Stella ALS to Ford
London; Dear Ford/ I have not acknowledged the las consignments of "Towards Tomorrow" since they were registered

  47  
Bowen, Stella ALS to Ford
London; Dear Ford/ Of course I will let you know as soon as I've definite news about Towards Tomorrow.

  47  
Bowen, Stella ALS to Ford
Grafton; Dear Ford/ I have just had a second letter from Faber & Faber saying they very much like to be allowed

  47  
Bowen, Stella ALS to Ford
Grafton; Dear Ford/ The enclosed is the first offer I have had for "Towards Tomorrow" & you see it is not a very good one.

  47  
Bowen, Stella ALS to Ford
London; Dear Ford/ I'm very glad to hear from you. Mr. Richard de la Mare has promised to write to me

  47  
Bowen, Stella ALS to Ford
[London] Just a line to tell you that Faber now wants till next Tuesday to consider "Towards Tomorrow"

  47  
Bowen, Stella ALS to Ford
London; Dear Ford/ Still no word from Faber. I am keeping Bradley au courant with what I am doing

  47  
Bowen, Stella ALS to Ford
London; Dear Ford/ I have just received your letter. I am horribly depressed about the Boissonade

  47  
Bowen, Stella ALS to Ford
London; Dear Ford/ I am told that if you will date, sign, & return to me the enclosed letter - the carbon copy is for you

  47  
Bowen, Stella ALS to Ford
London; Dear Ford/ Thanks very much for the document. Jenny Bradley writes that you have sent them a copy,

  47  
Bowen, Stella ALS to Ford
London; Dear Ford/ Evans of Heineman is delighted with your memoirs & will pay 100 [pounds ]advance

  47  
Bowen, Stella ALS to Ford
London; Dear Ford/ Your lettter followed me into the Cotswolds & back, so I have only just received it.

  47  
Bowen, Stella ALS to Ford
London; Dear Ford/ Julie's school cap & blazer were not packed when she left you. Will you please send them

  47  
Bowen, Stella ALS to Ford
London; Dear Ford/I am going to answer your letter point by point. And I am going to say right at the start

  47  
Bowen, Stella ALS to Ford
London; Dear ford/ Julie tells me that you would like to visit the school. The address id King Alfred School,

  47  
Bowen, Stella ALS to
London; Dear Ford/ You have often asked me to arrange for the legal assignment to me of your English royalties,

  47  
Bowen, Stella ALS to
[London] Dear Ford/ You are right in your guess that I have never has your assignment of English royalties registered,

  47  
Bowen, Stella ALS to
[London] Dear Ford/ Your cable reached us last Tuesday delayed by an absence from town

  47  
Bowen, Stella ALS to


  47  
Bowen, Stella AL[draft] to Graham Greene
[London] Dear Mr. Graham Greene/ I have at last succeeded in extracating [sic] Ford's literary affairs [Julian Loewe papers]

  47  
Bowen, Stella AL[draft] to Graham Greene
[London] Dear Mr. Graham Greene/ It is delightful to hear that one of one's most admired writers [Julian Loewe papers]

  47  
Bowen, Stella ALS[draft] to David Higham
[n.p.] Dear David Higham/ I send you herewith 1. A copy of Ford's assignment of royalties [With drafts of other letters to Higham and Stanley Unwin.] [ Julian Loewe papers]

  47  
Bowen, Stella ALS to David Higham
[London] Dear Mr. Higham/ I have pleasure in returning Graham Greene's contract, duly signed [Julian Loewe papers]

  47  
Bowen, Stella AL[draft] to Mary R. Humphrys
[London] Dear Miss humphries - I would most willingly help you - but unfortunately my information is far from complete. [Julian Loewe papers]

  47  
Bowen, Stella AL[telegram]S to Violet Hunt
Redcar; Have rung up to see how Ford really is and shall stay till you come

  47  
Bowen, Stella ALS to Katherine Hueffer Lamb
[Chelsea My dear Katharine/ I have a very bad conscience about lhaving let a whole month slip by without answering

  47  
Bowen, Stella ALS to
[n.p.] Tres Chere - J'espere avoir une lettre de toi demain. Je n'ai pas encore vue Auntie Phyllis [Julian Loewe papers]

  47  
Bowen, Stella AL[postcard]S to Esther Julia Madox Loewe
[London] Darling/ Will you please come home with Cordy on Friday as I shall be at Aunti Phyllis's [Julian Loewe papers]

  47  
Bowen, Stella AL[postcard]S to Esther Julia Madox Loewe
[London] Darling - I bought this after I saw you off - I have got an off-white linen hat [Julian Loewe papers]

  47  
Bowen, Stella ALS to Esther Julia Madox Loewe
[Randa Pike?] Darling One - I've just had your letter written at the week-end. I'm hoping very much [Julian Loewe papers]

  47  
Bowen, Stella ALS to J.B. Pinker & Son
London; Dear Sirs. Ford Macox Ford/ As you will observe from the enclosed assignment I am entitled to all moneys [Enclosed is additional correspondence between Bowen and Pinker and 2 TLS from the Board of Trade to Bowen] [Julian Loewe papers]

  47  
Bowen, Stella ALS to J. B. Pinker & Son
[n.p.] Dear Mr. Steele/ I have to adknowledge with thanks your cheque [Enclosed with a leaf containing Steele's address] [Julian Loewe papers]

  47  
Bowen, Stella AL[draft] to Stanley Unwin
[London] Dear Mr. U. With ref. to our conversation of this morning, as I thought I have got here theoriginal ms. copy [Julian Loewe papers]

  47  
Bowen, Stella AL[draft] to Stanley Unwin
[London] Dear Mr. Unwin, I have now received through Pinkers two Duckworth statements with regard to the Tietiens [Julian Loewe papers]

  47  
Bowen, Stella AL[carbon] to Stanley Unwin
London; Dear Mr. Stanley Unwin, I have just heard from Janice Biala of her payment to you [Julian Loewe papers]

  47  
Bowen, Stella AL[draft] to Stanley Unwin
[London] Dear Mr. Stanley Unwin/ It is extremely kind of you to take such a friendly interest [ With 2 AL[draft] from Bowen to Unwin] [Julian Loewe papers]

  47  
Bowen, Stella AL[draft] to Stanley Unwin
[London] Dear Sir Stanley/ Please forgive me for addressing you incorrrectly in my last letter [Julian Loewe papers]

  47  
Bowen, Stella ALS to Rachel Wolodofsky
London; Dear Madam/ I have written to Pinker about the points raised in your letter of the 3rd inst.

  47a  
Bowen, Stella TL[transcripts] to Ford
[These transcripts were made by Julia Loewe for a book of Ford's and Bowen's letters which was never completed. Some of the transcripts are edited versions of the originals. In many cases Cornell has the original furnished by Julian Loewe; in many cases Cornell has the copy Bowen made.A few of the transcripts are the only copy Cornell has; although in some cases Cornell has all three. These can be found in Box 47 and Box 47a as they were added to the collection at different times.]

  47a  
Bowen, Stella ALS to Ford
[London] Darling- I'm feeling that I oughtn't to have let you go alone & unequipped [Julian Loewe papers]

  47a  
Bowen, Stella ALS to Ford
London; Darling- Thanks so much for the salad & the pansies! They arrived this morning [Julian Loewe papers]

  47a  
Bowen, Stella ALS to Ford
London; Darling. darling - This is still Thursday but I can't go to bed without saying something. [Julian Loewe papers]

  47a  
Bowen, Stella ALS to Ford
[Lodon] Darling - I got your two letters together this morning (1st post) [Julian Loewe papers]

  47a  
Bowen, Stella ALS to Ford
[London] Darling- You do write such nice satisfactory letters, which really sound, now, [Julian Loewe papers]

  47a  
Bowen, Stella ALS to Ford
London; Darling- Tom has just been round, & says he will probably be in hospital [Julian Loewe papers]

  47a  
Bowen, Stella ALS to Ford
London; Darling-

  47a  
Bowen, Stella ALS to Ford
[London] Darling- Your two letters (Sat. & Sun.) came together by the first post this morning. [Julian Loewe papers]

  47a  
Bowen, Stella ALS to Ford
[London] Darling- I arrived home very muzzy last night, after slieeping in the train all the journey, [Julian Loewe papers]

  47a  
Bowen, Stella ALS to Ford
[London] Darling- I think the entresol might well be a dining room, except that it would be divorced from [Julian Loewe papers]

  47a  
Bowen, Stella ALS to Ford
[London] Darling- There is more to report about Violet. She rang up as soon as she got your letter - [Julian Loewe papers]

  47a  
Bowen, Stella ALS to Ford
[n.p.] I went to Clifford's on my way here, but there was no wire as yet. [Julian Loewe papers]

  47a  
Bowen, Stella ALS to Ford
[London] Darling- Violet has just rung up to say she's come back today, & to thank me for the picture. [Julian Loewe papers]

  47a  
Bowen, Stella ALS to Ford
[London] Darling- Of course you did right to have your neck attended to! How canyou have dallied [Julian Loewe papers]

  47a  
Bowen, Stella ALS to Ford
[London] Darling- I don't know how much long I can stick things here. I feel absolutely played [Julian Loewe papers]

  47a  
Bowen, Stella ALS to Ford
[London] Darling- Peter called this afternoon, & I explained that you had wanted his introduction [Julian Loewe papers]

  47a  
Bowen, Stella ALS to Ford
[London] Darling- I think I ought to post my letter to V. at once, as she will be seeing Dolleymore [Enclosed is Bowen's AL[copy]S to Hunt] [Julian Loewe papers]

  47a  
Bowen, Stella ALS to Ford
[London] Darling- Tom sails today. I had a letter this morning, saying that he couldn't get any [Julian Loewe papers]

  47a  
Bowen, Stella TL[telegram] to Ford
Paris; Sorry cannot consent Julie going New York all well here Thanks for remittance [Julian Loewe papers]

  47a  
Bowen, Stella ALS to Ford
Florence; Darling- I'm going to the Poste Restante this morning in the hopes of finding something for you. [Julian Loewe papers]

  47a  
Bowen, Stella ALS to Ford
Assisi; Darling- Your darn'd religion is a queer thing.This morning I was feeling that it was so good [Julian Loewe papers]

  47a  
Bowen, Stella ALS to Ford
Perugia; Darling/ We got back here early this morning & your little letter of Thurs. was waiting [Julian Loewe papers]

  47a  
Bowen, Stella ALS to Ford
Paris; My darling, I am hoping so much for a radio today or tomorrow to say you're safely landed. [Julian Loewe papers]

  47a  
Bowen, Stella ALS to Ford
Paris; My darling/ Your radio from New York has lifted a tremendous weight off my mind. [Julian Loewe papers]

  47a  
Bowen, Stella ALS to Ford
Paris; My Darling/ Your letter from the Savoie arrived this morning - also the p.c. for Julie [Julian Loewe papers]

  47a  
Bowen, Stella ALS to Ford
Paris; My darling/ Still no letter since you landed. You have been in New York [Julie encloses 1 leaf letter] [Julian Loewe papers]

  47a  
Bowen, Stella ALS to Ford
Paris; My Darling/ On Saturday night I got 2 letters from you , being worried at having had nothing [Julian Loewe papers]

  47a  
Bowen, Stella ALS to Ford
Paris; My darling- This is a dismal week for me because there is no mail in from U.S.A. [Julian Loewe papers]

  47a  
Bowen, Stella ALS to Ford
Paris; My Darling- You last batch of letters included the one about the Plaza lecture [Julian Loewe papers]

  47a  
Bowen, Stella ALS to Ford
[Paris] My Darling/ No letters from you on the Berengaria this week, which worries me a little [Julian Loewe papers]

  47a  
Bowen, Stella ALS to Ford
Paris; My Own Darling/ This mail has so far brought me only 2 letters written on Fri. [Julian Loewe papers]

  47a  
Bowen, Stella ALS to Ford
Paris; Darling - There have been nothing but slow boats to America lately so I am saving this up to go on the fast one [Julian Loewe papers]

  47a  
Bowen, Stella ALS to Ford
Paris; Darling/ Today is your birthday. I hope you are receiving my cable. I have not heard from you [Julian Loewe papers]

  47a  
Bowen, Stella ALS to Ford
Paris; My darling - Julie and I are off tomorrow morning at 9 o'clock for London. [Julian Loewe papers]

  47a  
Bowen, Stella ALS to Ford
Oxford; My darling/ It is a whole week since I wrote to you, which you mus please forgive [Julian Loewe papers]

  47a  
Bowen, Stella ALS to Ford
[Oxford] My darling - I am troubled by having had no letter from you since the one adressed [sic][Julian Loewe papers]

  47a  
Bowen, Stella ALS to Ford
Paris; My darling - I must rush this off to catch the boat today. I have had 2 letters from you [Julian Loewe papers]

  47a  
Bowen, Stella ALS to Ford
Paris; My darling dear - I have just had 3 letters from you, up till New Years morning,- [Julian Loewe papers]

  47a  
Bowen, Stella ALS to Ford
[Paris] Your cable giving Chicago address came this moring. I hope the Drakes will put you up [Julian Loewe papers]

  47a  
Bowen, Stella ALS to Ford
Paris; My Own Darling - The last mail brought me your Dedicatory Letter. I am so touched [Julian Loewe papers]

  47a  
Bowen, Stella ALS to Ford
Paris; My darling - I have had your 2 poor dismal letters from Chicago. I am so sad [Julian Loewe papers]

  47a  
Bowen, Stella ALS to Ford
Paris; My darling - I have 3 much more cheerful letters from Chicago, [Julian Loewe papers]

  47a  
Bowen, Stella ALS to Ford
Paris; My Dear/ I believe I missed the last mail but I know I wrote a long letter last week. [Julian Loewe papers]

  47a  
Bowen, Stella ALS to Ford
Paris; My dear - I've got your Springfield news and the batch of letters, [Julian Loewe papers]

  47a  
Bowen, Stella ALS to Ford
Paris; My dear- I have just tonight received your wire about Mrs. Goldring [Julian Loewe papers]

  47a  
Bowen, Stella ALS to Ford
[Paris] My Dear/ I am so very sorry to have missed the last mail because I suppose if you do sail [Julian Loewe papers]

  47a  
Bowen, Stella ALS to Ford
[Paris] My dear/ It is too sad you are not coming for Xmas. I am quite sure it can't be helped [Julian Loewe papers]

  47a  
Bowen, Stella ALS to Ford
Paris; My dear- I am very touched by all the tributes in your New Years letter [Julian Loewe papers]

  47a  
Bowen, Stella ALS to Ford
[n.p.] My dear- I did not arrive here until Saturday morning, having got hung up in London [Julian Loewe papers]

  47a  
Bowen, Stella ALS to Ford
[Paris] My dear Ford- I hope my wire about Julie's tonsils was a relief to you. [Julian Loewe papers]

  47a  
Bowen, Stella ALS to Ford
Aiguille d'Argentiere; Dear Ford- I will telegraph the concierge today to turn on the gas [Julian Loewe papers]

  47a  
Bowen, Stella ALS to Ford
[Paris] Dear F. I hope you will find everything all right in your apartment. [Julian Loewe papers]

  48  
Bradley, William Aspenwall TLS to Janice Biala
Paris; Dear Mrs. Ford, Just a word to thank you again for your friendly hospitality and the pleasant programme

  48  
Bradley, William Aspenwall ALS to Janice Biala
Paris; Dear Mrs. Ford, We were glad to get your letter & postcard. The letter arriving this evening

  48  
Bradley, William Aspenwall TLS.to Ford
Paris; Dear Ford, I find that the total number of copies of Joseph Conrad accounted for on the two statements

  48  
Bradley, William Aspenwall ALS to Ford
Paris; Dear Ford, I have now received the first envoi of your novel with the[erectional?] title

  48  
Bradley, William Aspenwall ALS to Ford
Paris; Dear Ford, I wrote you day before yesterday saying that Boni had cabled asking me to telegraph

  48  
Bradley, William Aspenwall ALS to Ford
Pareis; Dear Ford, Thank you for your welcoming letter. I am glad that there will be no difficulty

  48  
Bradley, William Aspenwall ALS to Ford
Paris; Dear Ford, I have just received your letter making Mrs. Brandt's

  48  
Bradley, William Aspenwall ALS to Ford
Paris; Dear Ford, I have written to Roth again, in the terms suggested by you, also to Boni

  48  
Bradley, William Aspenwall TLS to Ford
Paris; Dear Ford, I enclose for your attention two letters which arrived by last night's mail

  48  
Bradley, William Aspenwall TLS to Ford
Paris; Dear Ford, I have just received $500 by cable from Boni, via the Bankers Trust Co.

  48  
Bradley, William Aspenwall TLS to Ford
Paris; Dear Ford, Hard on the heels of the cabled transfer of $500 came this letter from the Bonis [Letter enclosed]

  48  
Bradley, William Aspenwall TLS to Ford
Paris; Dear ford, I received your letter this morning and since you seemed to leave the matter more or less

  48  
Bradley, William Aspenwall TLS to Ford
Paris; Dear Ford, I am sorry to have to take your time and bother you with my letters but since you have not

  48  
Bradley, William Aspenwall ALS to Ford
Paris; Dear Ford, I have just received the enclosed from Boni. Do you approve [Boni letter enclosed]

  48  
Bradley, William Aspenwall ALS to Ford
Paris; Dear Ford, I was about to send you the enclosed letter from Emmerich when the second mail brought one

  48  
Bradley, William Aspenwall TLS to Ford
Paris; Dear Ford, I know this business correspondence is a bore and breaks in on your writing time

  48  
Bradley, William Aspenwall AL[postcard]S to Ford
Paris; Dear Ford, Have just received royalty cheque from Boni & Little, Brown - nearling $300

  48  
Bradley, William Aspenwall TLS to Ford
Paris; Dear Ford, I received your recommande and at once framed the following weekend to Boni

  48  
Bradley, William Aspenwall ALS to Ford
Paris; Dear Ford, Don't, for heaven's sake, bother about the balance of that club bill. The Boni's are bound to pay

  48  
Bradley, William Aspenwall ALS to Ford
Paris; Dear Ford, I received the copy of your article "Pax" yesterday and it is going forward to Harper's

  48  
Bradley, William Aspenwall TLS to Ford
Paris; Dear Ford, I enclose copy of a second letter just received from Spingarn seeming to indicate that the affair

  48  
Bradley, William Aspenwall ALS to Ford
Paris; Dear Ford, Thank you for your two letters as well as for the [Pouns?] contract, the drawing by Juan Gris

  48  
Bradley, William Aspenwall TLS to Ford
Paris; Dear Ford, Your note received this morning crossed my post card intended to reassur you as to Boni's [2 leaves of royalty statements enclosed]

  48  
Bradley, William Aspenwall TLS to Ford
Paris; Dear Ford, I hand you herewith a cheque for 50.2.1, being the $300 for the last Harper's article

  48  
Bradley, William Aspenwall ALS to Ford
Paris; Dear Ford, I was glad to hear from Spingarn yesterday that everything was settled at last with the Boni's

  48  
Bradley, William Aspenwall ALS to Ford
Paris; Dear Ford, It was good to get your letter & learn that you have at last safely reached French soil

  48  
Bradley, William Aspenwall ALS to Ford
Paris; Dear Ford, Carl Brandt has just turned up here in Paris and we have been very thoroughly over your affairs [Receipt from Spingarn enclosed]

  48  
Bradley, William Aspenwall TLS to Ford
Paris; Dear Ford, Stella has now handed back to me the copy of your letter of 11 May which I submitted to her

  48  
Bradley, William Aspenwall TLS to Ford
Paris; Dear Ford, I have your letter of 18 June, with enclosures, and am sending you herewith copy of one from me to Stella

  48  
Bradley, William Aspenwall ALS to Ford
Paris; Dear Ford, I have just had a wire from Brandt (dated the 18th) saying that the royalties

  48  
Bradley, William Aspenwall ALS to Ford
Paris; Dear Ford, I have just received the balance of THAT SAME POOR MAN and the first part

  48  
Bradley, William Aspenwall ALS to Ford
Paris; Dear Ford, The cheque received from John Lane 8 October was for 5[pounds]16.1.

  48  
Bradley, William Aspenwall TLS to Ford
Paris; Dear Ford, It was good of you to write me so fully about hotel accommodations at Ajaccio

  48  
Bradley, William Aspenwall TLS to Ford
Paris; Dear Ford, I am sorry to have been so long in answering your letter of 14 April,

  48  
Bradley, William Aspenwall TLS to Ford
Paris; Dear Ford, I wrote to Duckworth on receipt of your letter and he answered with many apologies

  48  
Bradley, William Aspenwall TLS to Ford
Paris; My dear Ford, There was really no need for you to write me so long a letter or enter into so many explanations

  48  
Bradley, William Aspenwall TLS to Ford
Paris; Dear Ford, I received your cable and am sending you today, by registered post, the manuscript

  48  
Bradley, William Aspenwall TLS to Ford
Paris; Dear Ford, The amount paid by Dent for permission to use an extract from A MAN COULD STAND UP

  48  
Bradley, William Aspenwall TLSto Ford
I have been waiting before writing to you to have confirmation from Trask that the Champion

  48  
Bradley, William Aspenwall TLS to Ford
Paris; Dear Mr. Ford, We are sending you with this letter two packages just received from Messrs Ray Long

  48  
Bradley, William Aspenwall TLS to Ford
Paris; Dear Mr. Ford, We are sending you herewith enclosed our cheque [Signed Xenia Sciabine]

  48  
Bradley, William Aspenwall ALS to Ford
Paris; Dear Ford, I have your letter & send you herewith my cheque for frs. 500. The last time I tried to deposit a cheque

  48  
Bradley, William Aspenwall TLS to Ford
Paris; Dear Ford, I have just received yours of the 19th and find it a little difficult to give a definite reaction

  48  
Bradley, William Aspenwall TLS to Ford
Paris; Dear Ford, Thank you for yours of the 23rd with a copy of your agreement with Liveright

  48  
Bradley, William Aspenwall TLS to Ford
Paris; Dear Ford, Here is the copy of your letter to Liveright, of which I have kept one myself

  48  
Bradley, William Aspenwall ALS to Ford
Paris; Dear Ford, I forgot to ask you, in my last letter, whether you had had any recent word from Pillement

  48  
Bradley, William Aspenwall TLS to Ford
Paris; Dear Ford, I am sorry you feel as you do about Hartman. I can't say I like the lad any too well myself.

  48  
Bradley, William Aspenwall TLS to Ford
Paris; Dear Mr. Ford, As requested in Mrs. Ford's letter of the 6th, we wired you yesterday [Signed K. Green]

  48  
Bradley, William Aspenwall TLS to Ford
Paris; Dear Ford, I am sorry to be so late in answering your letter of the 8th but I had of course to get in touch with Hartman,

  48  
Bradley, William Aspenwall TLS to Ford
Paris; Dear Mr. Ford, Mr. Bradley has asked me to return the enclosed letters to you [Signed K. Green]

  48  
Bradley, William Aspenwall TLS to Ford
Paris; Dear Ford, I was delighted to have a chance to read the opening chapters of the HISTORY, [Enclosed is 1 newspaper clipping and 1 leaf of a royalty statement]

  48  
Bradley, William Aspenwall ALS to Ford
Paris; Dear Ford, Thank you for yours of the first. No, Jenny has made no offer for LADIES WHOSE BRIGHT EYES

  48  
Bradley, William Aspenwall TLS to Ford
Paris; Dear Ford, I have just heard from Hartman, who likes your Riviera article and who is willing to commission another

  48  
Bradley, William Aspenwall TLS to Ford
Paris; Dear Ford, What you said the other day and now repeat in your pneumatique received last night [Extract of TL to Richard R. Smith, Dec. 27, 1932, enclosed]

  48  
Bradley, William Aspenwall ALS to Ford
Paris; Dear Ford, Lippincott has made an offer for your new book of Memoirs, also for your next novel,

  48  
Bradley, William Aspenwall TLS to Ford
Paris; Dear Ford, Here are the contracts with the corrections on the last pages. Please note that,

  48  
Bradley, William Aspenwall TLS to Ford
Paris; Dear Ford, Here is Cape's contract for THE RASH ACT, with copies of his covering letter to me

  48  
Bradley, William Aspenwall TLS to Ford
Paris; Dear Ford, In answer to yours of yesterday, I will follow your instructions as to the conversion

  48  
Bradley, William Aspenwall TLS to Ford
I have just received the signed contract for THE RASH ACT from Cape, together with a cheque

  48  
Bradley, William Aspenwall ALS to Ford
Paris; Dear Ford, In answer to yours of yesterday, I have received no cheque from L & S for the jacket design

  48  
Bradley, William Aspenwall TLS to Ford
Paris; Dear Ford, The English Review would like to have your last article (Galsworthy and Moore)

  48  
Bradley, William Aspenwall TLS to Ford
Paris; Dear Ford, I have your letter of the 8th, which arrived yesterday only, and I hasten to assure you

  48  
Bradley, William Aspenwall ALSto Ford
Paris; Dear Ford, Thank you for yours of the 22nd inst. with statements. I note you say you never had one for A MAN COULD STAND UP

  48  
Bradley, William Aspenwall TLS to Ford
Paris; Dear Ford, I received your telegram last night and am delighted to learn that the book is finished.

  48  
Bradley, William Aspenwall TLS to Ford
Paris; Dear Ford, Lippincott have now cabled me that the manuscript of your Memoirs has safely arrived. [Lippincott account statement enclosed]

  48  
Bradley, William Aspenwall TLS to Ford
Jun.16, 1933 In answer to your letter of the 3rd, I do not know whether Lippincott have bought france for the remainder of the advance due

  48  
Bradley, William Aspenwall ALS to Ford
Jun.16, 1933 My office recalls forwarding to you some books sent to my care by the Saturday Review, but naturally [Newspaper clipping from "Times" re: Ray Long and Richard R. Smith Inc. enclosed]

  48  
Bradley, William Aspenwall to Ford
Paris; Dear Mr. Ford, We have just received from Messrs. J.B. Lippincott the sum [Signed Xenia Scriabine]

  48  
Bradley, William Aspenwall TLS to Ford
Paris; Dear Mr. Ford, In the absence of Mr. Bradley, who is still away for a few days longer [Signed Xenia Scriabine]

  48  
Bradley, William Aspenwall TLS to Stella Bowen
Paris; Dear Mrs. Bowen, We are sending you herewith enclosed the contract for the British right [Signed by X. Scriabine]

  48  
Bradley, William Aspenwall TLS to Ford
Paris; Cher Ford, En l'abscence de mon mari, qui va beaucoup plus mieux mais ne sera de retour [Sined by Jenny S. Bradley (Mrs. William A.)]

  48  
Bradley, William Aspenwall TLS to Ford
Paris; Cher Ford, Je recois votre lettre du 30 janvier et, bien que Bie soit rentre [Sined by Jenny S. Bradley (Mrs. William A.)]

  48  
Bradley, William Aspenwall TLS to Ford
Paris; Ford, I have your letter enclosing a copy of yours to Jefferson Jones. I am returning this herewith,

  48  
Bradley, William Aspenwall to Ford


  48  
Bradley, William Aspenwall TLS to Ford
Paris; Dear Mr. Ford, We encose herewith the two contracts, en double exemplaire, duly signed by Mr. Jones [Signed Xenia Scriabine]

  48  
Bradley, William Aspenwall to Ford
Paris; Dear Mr. Ford, We have now received from Messrs. Lippincott and cheque for amounts due [Signed Xenia Scriabine]

  48  
Bradley, William Aspenwall TLS to Ford
Paris; Dear Mr. Ford, We have now recieved from Messrs. J. B. Lippincott the second half of the advance [Signed Xenia Sciabine]

  48  
Bradley, William Aspenwall TLS to Ford
Paris; Dear Mr. Ford, We are sending you herewith enclosed royalty statement to June 30, 1934. [Signed Xenia Sciabine]

  48  
Bradley, William Aspenwall TLSto Ford
Paris; Dear Mr. Ford, We have just received a letter from Mr. Jones saying that several of Lippincott's [ Signed Xenia Sciabine]

  49  
Blackemore, Trevor TLS to Violet Hunt
London; My dear Violet/ I was so very sorry not to be able to accept your very kind invitation yesterday, [Violet Hunt papers]

  49  
Blacknett, Mr. from John Bowles
[An envelope from John Bowes to Mr. Blacknett in Newscastle on Lyne;] [Violet Hunt papers]

  49  
Blind, Mathilde ALS to Ford
[London] My dear Ford, Dr. Todhunter has just sent a ticket for his play "A Sicilian Idyll"

  49  
Blind, Mathilde ALS to Ford
[London] My dear Ford, Your letter this moment received. To tell you the truth I thought

  49  
Bliss, Douglas Percy ALS to Violet Hunt
London; Dear Mrs. Hunt, I am reading your "Wife of Rossetti" for the second time and feel a strange urge to write [Violet Hunt papers]

  49  
Blount, W. C. ALS to Alfred William Hunt
London; Sir, The Executive Council of the above Silver Fete have requested me to enclose a circular [Verso conains notes by Margaret Raine (Mrs. Alfred W. Hunt0 on Corsica] [Violet Hunt papers]

  49  
Blowe, Gertrude AL[postcard]S to Elsie Martindale Hueffer
[n.p.] With best wishes for Christmas.

  49  
Bobbs-Merrill Co. TLS to Ford
New York; Dear Mr. Ford, I have just sent you a cable telling you that we are greatly interested in your History of Our Own Time. [Signed Robert I. Center]

  49  
Bobbs-Merrill Co. TLS to Ford
New York; Dear Mr.Ford, Just after sending you a cable and letter last Saturday I received a note [Signed Robert I. Center]

  49  
Bobbs-Merrill Co. TLS to Ford
New York; Dear Mr. Ford, We have given your manuscript "A History of Our Own Time" very careful consideration [Signed Robert I. Center]

  49  
Bogan, Louise ALS to Janice Biala
[New York?] Dear Janice, You no doubt think me dead and no wonder seeing as your letter has gone unanswered for three months.

  49  
Bohenberger, Carol TLS to Ford
Jacksonville; Dear Mr. Ford, Permit me to intrude long enough to thank you for the beautiful article on Stephen Crane

  49  
Bok, Curtis ALS to Ford
Philadelphia; Dear Mr. Ford: I appreciate enormously your sending me a copy of your book

  49  
[Boluls?] ALS to Alfred William Hunt
Yourkshire; My Dear Sir, Please let the picture come at once, I shall be at home on Thursday; on Friday [Violet Hunt papers]

  49  
[Boluls?] to Alfred William Hunt
Yorkshire; My Dear Sir, I will take the picture; please finish it as carefully as possible

  49  
Bonelli, Jacques ALS to Bartolome & Signor Lionisi
[Corsica?] Caro Bartolome, e Signor Lionisi / Vengo per darvi il buon giorno a tuta due; come pure per avertirvi di darme

  49  
Boni, Albert & Charles, Inc. DS [Ford Statements of Account]
New York; [More than 50 statements of Ford account]

  49  
Boni, Alber & Charles, Inc. TL[printed] Press Release
New York; Publicity Notes from Albert & Charles Boni: "A Confession from Ford Madox Ford"

  49  

Removed and inserted into Box 49, folder 19.5

  49  
Boni, Albert & Charles, Inc. TLS to Ford
New York; Dear Mr. Ford: We have worked very hard on promotion work and sales on NO MORE PARADES [Signed Charles Boni, Jr.]

  49  
Boni, Albert & Charles, Inc. TL[copy to Arthur B. Spingarn
New York; Dear Sir: We have your letter of June 3rd in reference to the cancellation of Mr. Ford Madox Ford's contract [Signed Charles Boni, Jr.]

  49  
Boni & Liveright TLS to Ford
New York; Dear Mr. Ford: I am sendingyou a set of proofs of Mr. Pound's "Collected Poems" [Signed T.R. Smith] [Julian Loewe papers]

  49  
Boni & Liveright TLS to Ford
New York; Dear Mr. Ford: I am enclosing herewith our check for $300 as sthe first monthly payment [Signed Donald D. Friede]

  49  
Boni & Liveright TLS to Ford
New York; Dear Mr. Ford: Sorry for the delay on this check. Through an oversight I had not placed your contract [Signed Donald S. Friede]

  49  
Boni & Liveright TLS to Ford
New York; Dear Ford: No, I have not received the check, and nobody here has seen it [Signed Donald S. Friede]

  49  
Boni & Liveright TLS to Ford
New York; Dear Ford: I should have acknowledged your check before this, and I apologize [Signed Donald S. Friede]

  49  
Boni & Liveright TL[copy] to Arthur B. Spingarn
New York; Dear Mr. Spingarn: We have gone into every possible angle of the Ford-Boni-Boni & Liveright contract [Signed Donald S. Friede]

  49  
Boni & Liveright TL[copy] to Arthur B. Spingarn
New York; Dear Mr. Spingarn: After carefully considering the Ford Madox Ford situation [Signed Donald S. Friede]

  49  
Boodle, Walter T. AL[extract,copy] to J. B. Pinker
London; My dear Pinker: ... I have no hesitation whatever in advising you to have absolutely nothing to say [Entire letter in the Huntington Library]

  49  
The Bookman TLS to Ford
New York; My dear Ford: I should like very much to have that part of your introduction to "The Sisters" [Signed Burton Rascoe (Editor)]

  49  
Boots Booklovers Library TLS to G. Hueffer
London; Dear Sir, With reference to your application for a secondhand copy of "Ethics in the Future" [Signed F. Richardson, Head Librarian]

  49  
Borschitzky, G.T. ALS to Elsie Martindale Hueffer
London; Dear Miss Elsie/ Allow me to reach to you a sermon, today being Sunday:-

  49  
Bosanquet, Alys TL[copy]S to Violet Hunt
London; Dear Miss Hunt, I saw Mr. C[rawfurd] and told him I had met you in Paris, [Violet Hunt papers]

  49  
Bosanquet, Alys TL[fragment]S to Violet Hunt
Yorkshire; I don't see that anything is changed in that way. [Violet Hunt papers]

  49  
Boughton, George Henry ALS to Margaret R. Hunt (Mrs. A.W.0
London; Dear Mrs. Hunt/ Many thanks for your kind not of invitation. [Violet Hunt papers] [Violet Hunt papers]

  49  
Boughton, George Henry ALS to Violet Hunt
London; My dear Miss Violet/ It was very naughty of you to strip the very gloves from your generous hands [Violet Hunt papers]

  49  
Boughton, George Henry ALS to Violet Hunt
London; Dear Miss Violetta/ Thanks for your sweet and kind letter from us both [Violet Hunt papers]

  49  
Boughton, George Henry ALS to Violet Hunt
Kirriemuir, Scotland; DV/ It was most kind and sweet of you and Venice to look after [Violet Hunt papers]

  49  
Boughton, George Henry ALS to Violet Hunt
Kent; Dear {a violet blossom] You young "story"! The members day to varnish is not on Wednesday [Violet Hunt papers]

  49  
Boughton, George Henry ALS to Violet Hunt
Scotland; D. O. V./ Got your letter as I went through St. Marys Home this morning. [Violet Hunt papers]

  49  
Boughton, George Henry ALS to Violet Hunt
Scotland; D.V. (The O. meant "old"! I got your note all right and the paper but I blush to say [Violet Hunt papers]

  49  
Boughton, George Henry ALS to Violet Hunt
Suffolk, D V/ I did not reply and thank you for your interest arrent the picture [Violet Hunt papers]

  49  
Boughton, George Henry ALS to Violet Hunt
[London] D V/ It was most sweet of you to send me an early copy [Violet Hunt papers]

  49  
Bourret, J. ALS to Violet Hunt
Paris; Chere Madame, J'ai bien recu le livre "The Wife of Rossetti" que vour m'avez envoye. [Violet Hunt papers]

  49  
Bowen, Elizabeth ALS to Violet Hunt
Oxford; Dear Mrs. Hueffer/ Thank you so very much for your kind invitation - Alas, I cannot

  49  
Bower, Warren TLS to Ford
New York; My dear Mr. Ford: i have received a letter from Mr. Palmer, the present editor

  49  
Bowers, Thomas envelope
Darlington; Thos. Bowers [Envelope addressed to Bowers]

  49  
Brad[?], A. G. ALS to George Peacock
[n.p.] My dear Sir/ The accompanying documents are not addressed to me but Capt. Beaufort has allowed me to take [Written inside and ALS from Dominique Francois Jean Arago to Captain Francis Beaufort which has written inside an ALS to Edward Ellice from Arago] [Violet Hunt papers]

  49  
Bradon, Miss C. ALS to Violet Hunt
Durham, Dear Madame Huffer [sic]. At last I have tracked Violet Howell down: her Father was Mr. Samuel Howell [Violet Hunt papers]

  49  
Brandt & Brandt TDS Acknowledgement of receipt of two manuscripts: "English Country" and Mr. Croyd" from Ford
New York; [Signed Carl Brandt]

  49  
Brandt & Brandt TD Commissions received from Brandt by Ford
[New York] Lists of Ford commissions 1928 and 1929]

  49  
Brandt & Brandt to Ford
New York; Dear Mr. Ford: I was very sorry not to be able to see you when I was in Paris [Signed Zelma C. Brandt] [All Brandt correspondence listed by date]

  49  
Brandt & Brandt to William A. Bradley
New York; Dear Mr. Bradley:- I am enclosing a copy of my letter to Mr. Ford that has just crossed [Signed Zelma C. Brandt] [Enclosed her TL to Ford of Jan.27, 1926]

  49  
Brandt & Brandt to TLS Ford
New York; Dear Mr. Ford: I am so amused - but the unknown correspondent from 16 East 96th Street is Carl Brandt. [Signed Zelma Brandt]

  49  
Brandt & Brandt to TLS Ford
New York; Dear Mr. Ford: I think the BEAU SABREUR synopsis is fine and one on which I think we may be able [Signed Carl Brandt]

  49  
Brandt & Brandt TLS to Ford
New York; My dear Ford: Here is a copy of a letter from Collier's confirming our talk at luncheon the other day. [Signed Carl Bradt] [Included to TL[copy], of Oct. 26, 1927 of Collier's to Carl Brandt]

  49  
Brandt & Brandt TLS to Ford
New York; Dear Mr. Ford: We have today deposited to your account $1085.00 which represents $2000.000 we received [Signed Frieda Lubelle]

  49  
Brandt & Brandt TLS to Ford
New York; Dear Mr. Ford: It so happened that just after your letter to Carl came, I was seeing Mr. Woard of Jonathan Cape, [Signed Bernice Baumgarten]

  49  
Brandt & Brandt TLS to Ford
New York; Dear Ford: I have been spending two or three weeks in the hospital for that operation [Signed Carl Brandt]

  49  
Brandt & Brandt TLS to Ford
New York; Dear Mr. Ford: As per our telephone conversation of this morning, this is to confirm [Signed Frieda Lubelle]

  49  
Brandt & Brandt TLS to Ford
New York; Dear Mr. Ford: We have today deposited to your account our check for $100 [Signed Frieda Lubelle]

  49  
Brandt & Brandt TLS to Ford
New York; Dear Mr. Ford: You are quite right - there is $1500 due on A LITTLE LESS THAN GODS on delivery [Signed Bernice Baumgarten]

  49  
Brandt & Brandt TLS to Ford
New York; DearMr. Ford: As you know, the office has been closed for two weeks' vacation [Signed Bernice Baumgarten]

  49  
Brandt & Brandt TLS to Ford
New York; Dear Mr. Ford: I do hope that you got the money that was cabled and that everything else is perfectly straight. [Signed Bernice Baumgarten]

  49  
Brandt & Brandt to TLS Ford
New York; Dear Mr. Ford: According to your instructions, I cabled you yesterday that there was approximately $700 due from Boni [Signed Bernice Baumgarten]

  49  
Brandt & Brandt to TLS Ford
New York; Dear Mr. Ford: Travel Magazine is anxious to see any travel article you may do after your trip [Signed Freda F. Holhu]

  49  
Brandt & Brandt TLS to Ford
New York; Dear Mr. Ford: We have today deposited to your account our checks for the following: [Signed Frieda Lubelle]

  49  
Brandt & Brandt TLS to Ford
New York, Dear Mr. Ford: We have today deposited to your account our check for $741.73 [Signed Frieda Lubelle]

  49  
Brandt & Brandt TLS to Ford
New York; Dear Mr. Ford: I think all money difficulties have been settled. Both the Boni and the Viking [Signed Bernice Baumgarten]

  49  
Brandt & Brandt TL[copy] to Harold Guinzberg
New York Dear Harold: In view of your acceptance of THAT SAME POOR MAN, the novel which was originally

  49  
Brandt & Brandt TL[fragment] to Ford
Dear Mr. Ford, Following up my cable to you, we have checked back the Boni statements

  49  
Brandt & Brandt TLS to Ford
New York; Dear Mr. Ford: We succeeded in selling the serial rights of the ENGLISH NOVEL book [Signed Nannine V. Joseph]

  49  
Brandt & Brandt TL[copy]S to William A. Bradley
New York Dear Mr. Bradley: Ford Madox Ford's ON TWO SUCH SILVER CURRENTS has been accepted for publication [Signed Nannine V. Joseph]

  49  
Brandt & Brandt TL[copy] to William A. Bradley
New York; Dear Mr. Bradley: I do think that Mr. Ford must some how be confused about his arrangement

  49  
Brandt & Brandt TL[copy] to William A. Bradley
New York; Dear Mr. Bradley: I cabled you this morning as follows: "CAPE OFFERS FORD TWO HUNDRED FIFTY POUNDS

  49  
Brandt & Brandt TL[copy] to William A. Bradley
New York; Dear Mr. Bradley: As I wrote you, Mr. Horwood delivered the manuscript of Ford's novel

  49  
Brandt & Brandt TLS to Ford
New York; Dear Mr. Ford: We have today deposited to your account our check for $5.10, which [Signed Frieda Lubelle] [Includes 9 leaves of Brandt statements] [Signed Frieda Lubelle]

  49  
Brandt & Brandt TLS to Ford
New York; Dear Mr. Ford: I am returning herewith your own copy and one carbon of "Honoria Mary Lelage" [Signed Nannie V. Joseph]

  49  
Brandt & Brandt TLS to Ford
New York; Dear Mr. Ford: Below is a list of the payments made to your account at the Guaranty Trust [Signed Frieda Lubelle] [Included is TLS to Ford from Brandt & Brandt [signed by Lubelle], March 6, 1929 plus Oct. 1928 listing of royalty statement]

  49  
Brandt & Brandt TLS to Ford
New York; My dear Ford: I have finished reading the new instalment of "NOTTERDAM". It's fine. [Signed Carl Brandt]

  49  
Brandt & Brandt to TLS Ford
New York; Dear Mr. Ford: I do wish you would have a talke with Donald Freeman personally on your Vanity Fair contract. [Signed Nannine Joseph]

  49  
Brandt & Brandt TLS to Ford
New York Dear Mr. Ford: There isnothing that you have to do further about the bond. The Immigration Society will advise you [Signed Frieda Lubelle]

  49  
Brandt & Brandt TLS to Ford
New York; My dear For: I have been so busy trying to get things lined up this morning that I haven't been able to telephone you. [Signed Carl Brandt]

  49  
Brandt & Brandt TLS to Ford
New York; Dear Ford: Would you consider having a limited edition of ENGLISH COUNTRY done? [Signed Bernice Baumgarten]

  49  
Brandt & Brandt TLS to Ford
New York; Dear Ford: I called up the Dial people and they tell me definitely that the owners of the magazine [Signed Bernice Baumgarten]

  49  
Brandt & Brandt TLS to Ford
New York; Dear Ford: First of all, Houghton Mifflin have returned NOTTERDAM. They feel that the last part of the book needs revision. [Signed Bernice Baumgarten]

  49  
Brandt & Brandt TLSto Ford
New York; Dear Ford: Cape has cabled as follows: "Quite satisfied publish NOTTERDAM but manuscript rough [Signed Bernice Baumgarten]

  49  
Brandt & Brandt TLS to Ford
New York; Dear Ford: The Viking Press will send me formal releases of contract, which I will forward to you [Signed Bernice Baumgarten]

  49  
Brandt & Brandt TLS to Ford
New York; Dear Mr. Ford: We have to-day deposited to your account our check for $80.13 , which represents the amount [Signed Frieda Lubelle]

  49  
Brandt & Brandt TLS to Ford
New York; Dear Ford: The reprint sale reported by Boni was for the use of a selection from JOSEPH CONRAD [Signed Bernice Baumgarten]

  49  
Brandt & Brandt TL[copy]to Ford
New York; Dear Mr. Ford: The following is the total net amount of minies you have received

  49  
Brandt & Brandt TLS to Ford
New York; Dear Mr. Ford: We are returning herewith "Honoria Mary Lelage" [Signed Carl Brandt]

  49  
Brandt & Brandt TLS to Ford
New York; Dear Mr. Ford: We have today deposited to your account our check for $5.62, which represents [Signed Frieda Lubelle]

  49  
Brandt & Brandt TLS to William A. Bradley
New York; Dear Mr. Bradley: We are enclosing herewith a dollar draft for $21.00 which represents $22.10

  49  
Brandt & Brandt TLS to Ford
New York; Dear Mr. Ford: The J.B. Lippincott Company, the publishers of the "One Hour Library" [Signed Lillian Bassein]

  49  

Number skipped.

  49  
Brentano's TLS to Ford
New York; Dear Mr. Ford: Here are the three books from which the prize-winning novel is to be chosen. [Signed Jacques Le Clercq] [Enclosed is leafet"Prix Brentano"]

  49  
British Broadcasting Corporation TLS to Ford
London; Dear Mr. Ford Madox Ford, During the autumn we are proposing to breadcast a series of twelve talks [Signed Mary Adams]

  49  
Britton, John envelope to The Rev. James Raine
[Envelope] [Violet Hunt papers]

  49  
Bromfield, Louis ALS to Stella Bowen
Paris; Dear Stella:- Everyone in the family has flopped with the grippe so we've had to postpone

  49  
Bromfield, Louis TLS to Ford
New York; Dear Mr. Ford: This is just a line to say that I shall be delighted to come tomorrow

  49  
Bromfield, Mary M[printed, copy] "A la recherche du temps perdu"
[Photocopy of Mary Bromfield essay from "Town and Country", January, 1943.]

  49  
[Brooke, Rupert?] AL[postcard] to Elsie Martindale Hueffer
Japan; Since writing you I have just rec.d your letter of Oct. 24 '07

  49  
Broun, Haywood Campbell TLS to Ford
New Canaan, Ct.; Dear Mr. Ford, We have got the crack-brained idea of having a Fiction Serial in NUTMEG, [Ford's AL reply on verso of second leaf]

  49  
Broun, Heywood Campbell TL to Ford
New Canaan, Ct.; My dear Ford, You know that I have succeeded to the Ownership and Management

  49  
Brown, Austin (Steward) AMS Account Book with Barker Esquire
[Small Account Book from Violet Hunt papers]

  49  
Brown, Curtis TLS to Ford
London; Dear Sir, I am much obliged for your letter, and for the photograph of Ford Madox Brown [Verso contains AL[fragment]S to [Elsie Martindale Hueffer], signed FMFM A.]

  49  
Brown, Curtis TLS to Violet Hunt
London; Dear Mrs. Hueffer, Your letter of March 11 is received. Conard seems to be getting books out faster now [Violet Hunt papers]

  49  
Brown, Curtis TLS to Violet Hunt
London; Dear Mrs. Hueffer, Enclosed from Nigel de Grey, manager of Messrs. William Collins Sons & Co., Ltd., explains itself. [Violet Hunt papers]

  49  
Brown, Curtis TLS to Violet Hunt
London; Dear Mrs. Hueffer, Your letter of November 19 surprised me a bit, for it would be inconceivable that we could [Violet Hunt papers]

  49  
Brown,m Elizabeth C ALS to Ford Madox Brown
Antwerp; My dear Ford, I dare say you have expected to hear from me before but I waited to see Mr. Slingenger [Violet Hunt papers]

  49  
Brown, Emma Madox ADS Will
London; After my Death: I request that everything I possess all property that may come by inheritance to me, {Emma was Ford's grandmother] [Violet Hunt papers]

  49  
Ernes Brown & Phillips TLS to Ford
London; Dear Mr. Ford, Messrs. Macmillan are not going to press with the book entitled "Prefaces on Art"

  50  
Brown, Ford ALS to Ford Madox Brown
London; My dear Fordy, As I feel myself a little better I shall try to have a few lines for you to puzzle yourself [ Ford Brown was apparently Ford Madox Brown's father] [Violet Hunt papers]

  50  
Brown, Ford Madox Photograph
Photograph "The Last of England" [Julian Loewe papers]

  50  
Brown, Ford Madox ADS Will
This is the last Will & Testament of me Ford Madox Brown of 3 Addison Terrace, Victoria Park, Manchester [Violet Hunt papers]

  50  
Brown, Ford Madox AL[fragment] to Emma Madox Brown
London; Dearest Wife/ I received your dear affectionate letter last night in coming home; it is very sweet [Violet Hunt papers]

  50  
Brown, Ford MadoxALS to Emma Madox Brown
Cheshire; Dearest Emma, I am still in bed, where they insisted I should breakfast as I have a slight cold. [Violet Hunt papers]

  50  
Brown, Ford Madox ALS to Emma Madox Brown
London; Dearest Love, Just a line to say I arrived home safe some time before 1 - & found Lucy along with the new cook - [Violet Hunt papers]

  50  
Brown, Ford Madox ALS to Emma Madox Brown
London; Dearest Love, Your communication has taken me by surprise indeed - though properly speaking it need not - only I thought [Violet Hunt papers]

  50  
Brown, Ford Madox ALS to Emma Madox Brown
London; My dearest Emma, At home this morning I was very delighted to get your letter. Those sent to me to Paris [Violet Hunt papers]

  50  
Brown, Ford Madox ALS to Emma Madox Brown
London; Dearest Emma, I hear from Cullingworth, as also from nurse, that your rheumatism sees not likely to last long. [Violet Hunt papers]

  50  
Brown, Ford Madox ALS to Emma Madox Brown
London; Dearest Emma, You have almost been gon a week now & I have not written to you. [Violet Hunt papers]

  50  
Brown, Ford Madox AL[draft?]S to Edward Burne-Jones
London; My dear Jones, I thank you much for your very kind note taking one back so vividly [Violet Hunt papers]

  50  
Brown, Ford Madox AL to Ford
London; Dear Fordie, I fear you may not understand the scrawls I send you back. [Violet Hunt papers]

  50  
Brown, Ford Madox ALS to Ford
London; Dear Fordey, Have you got Lewe's "Biography of Philosophy"? I have lost mine & Carl Thomas wishes to borrow it of me [Violet Hunt papers]

  50  
Brown, Ford Madox ALS to Catherine Brown Hueffer
Scotland; Dear Hueffer/ We are still here till tomorrow, when we leave for a shooting box of Mr. Graham's

  50  
Brown, Ford Madox ALS to Catherine Brown Hueffer
[n.p.] Dearest Cathy/ Make you mind easy we are very glad indeed to have Fordie -

  50  
Brown, Ford Madox ALS to Catherine Brown Hueffer
London: Dearest Cathy- Just a line to say Franz and Fordey are both in most perfect condition [Violet Hunt papers]

  50  
Brown, Ford Madox ALS to Catherine Brown Hueffer
Manchester; Dearest Cathy, Your mamma & I were so pleased to see your hand writing this noon;

  50  
Brown, Ford Madox ALS to Catherine Brown Hueffer
London; Dearest Cathy, Just as Oliver is here the man Joslin writes to say he has got permission to put up the head & foot stones.



  50  
Brown, Ford Madox ALS to Catherine Brown Hueffer
London; Dearest Cathy/ I can get nothing reasonable out of Oliver. He wants 30 shillings

  50  
Brown, Ford Madox ALS to Catherine Brown Hueffer
London; Dearest Cathy, As you are going off on Wednesday I had better send you this five pounds at once.

  50  
Brown, Ford Madox ALS to Juliet Hueffer
London; Dearest Poppie, I should have liked much to dine in your company today at your Aunt's,

  50  
Brown, Ford Madox ALS to Alfred William Hunt
London; My dear Hunt/ When I sent you on Swinburn's note I had not yet got yours last,

  50  
[Brown, Ford Madox?] AL[fragment] to Alfred William Hunt
[n.p.] My Dear Sir/ I have your very kind letter of yesterday and am sure Bond, who is now out-of-town, will be [Violet Hunt papers]

  50  
Brown, Ford Madox ALS to Alfred William Hunt
London; My dear Hunt/ Best thanks for remembering us with a ticket but my wife has been ill

  50  
Brown, Ford Madox ALS to Alfred William Hunt
London; Dear Mr. Hunt, Many thanks for your kind solicitude & offer.

  50  
Brown, Ford Madox ALS to Alfred William Hunt
London; My dear Alfred Hunt, (For I trust we may drop the Mr. by this time) I should have answered your very kind note

  50  
Brown, Ford Madox ALS to Alfred William Hunt
London; My dear Alfred Hunt, I fear you must have had a great deal of trouble about me,

  50  
Brown, Ford Madox ALS to Alfred William Hunt
London; My dear Alfred Hunt, Will you kindly drop me a line saying whether you are still to be on the committee

  50  
Brown, Ford Madox envelopes to Alfred William Hunt
London; 2 envelopes dated Jan.18, 1872 and Apr.6, 1881 [Violet Hunt papers]

  50  
Brown, Ford Madox ALS to Alfred William Hunt
London; My dear Alfred Hunt, All right about J.R. but any differences of opinion need not bear much on the election

  50  
Brown, Ford Madox ALS to Alfred William Hunt
Cambridge; My dear Alfred Hunt, I have been in the intention of writing ever sice my daught received a letter from your wife

  50  
Brown, Ford Madox AL[postcard]S to Alfred William Hunt
London; I have just remembered that I never sent you the name of the medicine

  50  
Brown, Ford Madox ALS to Alfred William Hunt
London; My dear Alfred Hunt, It has jus occurred to me that you may be about to leave town

  50  
Brown, Ford Madox ALS to Alfred William Hunt
Lower Merton, Surry; My dear Alfred Hunt/ I am much obliged by your kind letter.

  50  
Brown, Ford Madox ALS to Alfred William Hunt
London; My dear Alfred Hunt, Best thanks for your remembering my wife & self -

  50  
Brown, Ford Madox
[Removed to folder 27.5; with second envelope]

  50  
Brown, Ford Madox ALS to Margaret Raine (Mrs. Alfred) Hunt
London; Dear Mrs. Hunt/ My wife has been ill for a few days & still keeping her bad [Violet Hunt papers]

  50  
Brown, Ford Madox ALS to Margaret Raine (Mrs. Alfred) Hunt
London; Dear Mrs. Hunt, When I first read your kind note, informing of the parcel of medecine [Violet Hunt papers]

  50  
Brown, Ford Madox ALS to Margaret Raine (Mrs. Alfred) Hunt
London; Dear Mrs. Hunt, Along with this you will receive certain papers [Violet Hunt papers]

  50  
Brown, Ford Madox ALS to Margaret Raine (Mrs. Alfred) Hunt
London; Dear Mrs. Alfred Hunt, I have just received the enclosed from the Sec of A.G. B. [Violet Hunt papers]

  50  
Brown, Ford Madox ALS to Margaret Raine (Mrs. Alfred) Hunt
Manchester; Dear Mrs. Hunt, I think it best to send the enclosed on to you direct [Violet Hunt papers]

  50  
Brown, Ford Madox ALS to Margaret Raine (Mrs. Alfred) Hunt
London; Dear Mrs. Hunt, I am very sorry to say the dinner for tomorrow has to be put off [Violet Hunt papers]

  50  
Brown, Ford Madox ALS to Margaret Raine (Mrs. Alfred) Hunt
London; Dear Mrs. Hunt, My wife is coming home from Hastings, & the house is now quite safe again [Violet Hunt papers]

  50  
Brown, Ford Madox ALS to Margaret Raine (Mrs. Alfred) Hunt
London; Dear Mrs. Alfred Hunt, Thank you very much for your kind letter. [Violet Hunt papers]

  50  
Brown, Ford Madox AD[check] to Theodore Watts-Dunton
London; London & Westminster Bank check to Theodre Watts for 98 pounds 16/8.

  50  
Brown, Ford Madox ALS to Theodore Watts-Dunton
London; My dear Watts/ We have been going well into the meaning of your deed

  50  
Brown, Oliver Madox to Mr. Audrieu
London; Dear M. Audrieu, I am most exceedingly grieved that you should have imagined for an instant that I have been put out [Violet Hunt papers]

  50  
Brown, Oliver Madox ALS to Philip Marston
London; Dear Philip, I cam back here last Friday - not a bit the better. [ Letter and envelope torn into pieces; letter reconstructed with tape][Violet Hunt papers]

  50  
Brown, Susan Jenkins TLS to Arthur Mizener
New York; Dear Mr. Mizener, I'd be glad to help you on Ford any way I can

  50  
Browning, Robert AL[copy] to Alfred William Hunt
London; Dear My dear Sir/ I made use yesterday of the ticket with which your kindness furnished me, [Handwritten copy by Margaret Raine Hunt] [Original at Huntington Library] [Violet Hunt papers]

  50  
Browning, Robert AL[copy] to Alfred William Hunt
London; My dear Mr. Hunt, I am sure your kindness will forgive and understand [Handwritten copy by Margaret Raine Hunt] [Original at Huntington Library] [Violet Hunt papers]

  50  
Browning, Robert AL[copy] to Alfred William Hunt
London; Dear Mr. Hunt, How can I be other than surprised and gratified by such an honour [Handwritten copy by Margaret Raine Hunt] [Original at Huntington Library] [Violet Hunt papers]

  50  
Browning, Robert AL[copy] to Alfred William Hunt
London; Dear Mr. Hunt, I suppose my little word of criticism on on [sic] your book [Handwritten copy by Margaret Raine Hunt] [Original at Huntington Library] [Violet Hunt papers]

  50  
Browning, Robert AL[copy] to Alfred William Hunt
London; Dear Mr. Hunt, I did indeed both see the one beautiful picture and marvel [Handwritten copy by Margaret Raine Hunt] [Original at Huntington Library] [Violet Hunt papers]

  50  
Browning, Robert Printed calling cards to Violet and Margaret Raine Hunt
[Notes by Violet on both envelopes.] [Violet Hunt papers]

  50  
Bryher, Winfred Ellerman TLS to Violet Hunt
Switzerland; It is many months since I read a book so interesting as "The Wife of Rossetti".

  50  
Buck, Pearl (Sydenstricker) TLS to Ford
New York; Dear Mr. Ford, A copy of your letter was sent to me, and I found it here on my arrival

  50  
Buck, Pearl (Sydenstricker) ALS to Ford
New York; Dear Mr. Ford, Thank you so very much for your kindness. I shall greatly value

  50  
Budge, Sir Ernest Alfred Thompson Wallis ALS to Violet Hunt
Northumberland; Dear Miss Hunt, This is to remind you that you have to send me one farthing! [Violet Hunt papers]

  50  
Budge, Sir Ernest Alfred Thompson Wallis ALS to Violet Hunt
Hertfordshire; Dear Miss Hunt, A line to thank you for your card - which is pretty - [Violet Hunt papers]

  50  
Budge, Sir Ernest Alfred Thompson Wallis ALS to Violet Hunt
Northumberland; Dear Miss Hunt, They tell me that you have sent me a copy of your "Sooner or Later" [Violet Hunt papers]

  50  
Buell, Larry ALS to Arthur Mizener
Oberllin; Dear Mr. Mizener, This is just a short not to let you know that I have been reading your biography of Ford.

  50  
Bull, Rene ALS to Margaret Raine (Mrs. Alfred) Hunt
[n.p.] Dear Mrs. Hunt, It was only on my return from Aiz-les-Bains (Wednesday evening) that I received your kind invitation [Violet Hunt papers]

  50  
Bullett, Gerald TLS to Ford
London; Dear Mr. Ford/ Very many thanks for your friendly letters, and for doing the Auto-criticism for us.

  50  
Bullett, Gerald TLS to Ford
London; Dear Mr. Ford/ I hear from Frank Morley that you would like to write an article apropos of Ezra Pound [Ford's AL[draft] reponse on recto]

  50  
Bullett, Gerald TLS to Ford
East Hartung; Dear Mr. Ford/ I had to rush away fromt he office last week leaving your letter unanswered

  50  
Bullett, Gerald TLS to Ford
East Hartung; Dear Mr. Ford/ It was very friendly of you to write to me about the death of the Week-end Review

  50  
Bullett, Gerald TLS to Ford
East Hartung; Dear Madox Ford/ You must forgive my rather monstrous delay in answering your last letter

  50  
Bullett, Gerald TLS to Ford
East Hartung; Dear F.M.F./ I have been intending for a long while to write to you

  50  
Bullitt, William Christian TLS to Ford
Paris; Dear Ford/ I was delighted to receive your letter of March 10th. The old Transatlantic Review was a joy

  50  
Bunsen, George TM Account of the Great Charge at Mars-la Tour (Franco-German Way, 1870)
[n.p.] George Bunsen gave me an account of the great charge at Mars-la-Tour ... as related to him by the Chief of Staff, who conveyed the order for that famous and terrible feat of arms. [Violet Hunt papers]

  50  
Bunting, Basil TM[copy] Pound's Cantos
[Most probably written for "The Cantos of Ezra Pound: Some Testimonials", 1932.]

  50  
Burgess, Gelett TLS to Ford
New York; Dear Mr. Ford/ I can't imagine why you should be interested in reading my murder mystery

  50  
Burne-Jones, Sir Edward Coley ALS to Alfred William Hunt
London; My dear Mr. Hunt, I have been thinking over your letter & considering the matter from many sides [Violet Hunt papers]

  50  
Burne-Jones, Phil ALS to Violet Hunt
London; Dear Violet- I was to vexed not to have got to your party yesterday. [Violet Hunt papers]

  50  
Burns, John ALS to Ford
London; Dear Hueffer/ Sorry I cannot accept your very kind invitation [Violet Hunt papers]

  50  
Burns, John AL[card]S to Ford
London; Dear Hueffer/ Yes I will see you at House of Commons after 5 [Violet Hunt papers]

  50  
Burton, Sir Frederic William ALS to Alfred William Hunt
London; My dear Hunt/ It would give me great pleasure, & would be an honour to me, to become your proposer for admission [Violet Hunt papers]

  50  
Butts, Marie to Ford
Cotes-du-Nord; Dear Mr. Hueffer, I begged the editor to send you a copy of the translation of "Between Saint Dennis and Saint George" [Violet Hunt papers]

  50  
Mary, Butts ALS to Violet Hunt
Chelsea; My dear Violet: I heard the other day through Douglas Goldring that I might write to you. [Violet Hunt papers]

  50  
Bye, George T. TLS to Frank C. Dodd
New York; Dear Frank: We write in behalf of Mrs. Janice Biala Alaine, widow of Ford Madox Ford whom we represented [With TL[copy] from Dodd, Mead to George Bye, Sept. 19, 1946; TLS to Theodora S. Zavin to Dodd, Mead, April 21, 1947; TL[copy] from Dodd, Mead to Theodora Zavin, April 22, 1947; and an internal memo from Frank Dodd (Dodd, Mead) to Miss Carr.

  50  
Bye, George T. TLS to Ford
New York; Dear Mr. Ford/ The minute I saw your name on a letter, my eyes bulged out.

  50  
Bye, George T. TLS to Ford
New York; Dear Mr. Ford/ We are in receipt of a check for $100.00 from Your Life Magazine,

  50  
Bye, George T. TLS to Ford
New York; Dear Mr. Ford/ Without having carefully examined the Stokes contract, I send it along to you herewith

  50  
Bye, George T. TLS to Ford
New York; Dear Colonel/ I hope that your charming wife and you had a pleasant voyage and are now completely surrounded

  50  
Bye, George T. TLS to Harry E. Maule
[New York] Dear Harry/ We had a telephone call lyesterday, while I was in the country, from Ford Madox Ford

  50  
Bye, George T & Co.. TLS to Ford
New York; Dear Mr. Ford/ We are in receipt of a check for $375 from Frederick A. Stokes company [Signed Jasper Spock]

  51  
AD Decree for Mis: Violet Hunt daughter of Alfred Hunt
Middlesex; To the most hopeful gentlewoman Mis Violet Hung daughter of Alfred Hunt, Gent. of Rensington in ye country of Middlesex/ Most accomplished lady [Signed H.P.C.] [Written on parchment with wax seal] [Violet Hunt papers]

  51  
C., Marion ALS to Violet Hunt
Kent; Two days ago, dear Violet, I said to Jergens "I must write & see how Violet Hunt is: [Violet Hunt papers]

  51  
Cagle, William R. TLS to Arthur Mizener
Bloominton; Dear Mr. Mizener, It was a week ago Friday that the book arrived

  51  
Caine, W. Hall AL[fragment]S to [Ford Madox Brown]
[n.p.] ...yet another alteration in my sonnet on Oliver! D[ante] G[abriel] R[ossitti] writes that my last three lines [Violet Hunt papers]

  51  
Caix De Rembures, Marie Charles Armand D[printed] Death Notice
[Caix de Rembures death notice sent to Violet Hunt by Reine de Caix de Rembures] [Violet Hunt papers]

  51  
Caix de Rembures, Reine ALS to Violet Hunt
[Corsica] Ma chere Violette/ Je viens de recevoir la visite de votre affigie. [Violet Hunt papers]

  51  
Caix de Rembures, Reine ALS to Violet Hunt
[Corsica] Ma Chere Violette, Vopila bien des mais que je ne sais plus rien de vous; [Violet Hunt papers]

  51  
Caix de Rembures, Reine ALS to Violet Hunt
[Corsica] Ma Chere Violette, Je ne veux pas tarder a Venis vous dire tout le plaisir que m'a cause [Violet Hunt papers]

  51  
Caix de Rembures, Reine ALS to Violet Hunt
Montauban; Je suis bien peinee, ma chere Violette, de savoir que vous etes seule [Violet Hunt papers]

  51  
Campbell, Louise Grace ALS to Ford
Philadelphia; If I were you my dear Ford Madox Ford, I'd like the enclosed very much. [Julian Loewe papers]

  51  
Cannell, Kathleen Printed Book Reviews
[Group of 4 newspaper clippings by Cannell about Ford, Hemingway, Pound, and Sinclair Lewis]

  51  
Cannell, Kathleen TLS to Arthur Mizener
Boston; Dear Mr. Mizener: Thank you for your letter. I was delighted to receive praise for my review

  51  
Cannell, Kathleen TLS to Arthur Mizener
Boston; Dear Mr. Mizener: I note you will be arriving in Boston on Monday, July 20th

  51  
Cannell, Kathleen TLS to Arthur Mizener
Boston; Dear Mr. Mizener: I could see you any of the three days, from July 29th to 31st.

  51  
Cannell, Kathleen TLS to Arthur Mizener
Boston; Dear Arthur: Thank you for your marvelous letter. I could write right back to you everything you said

  51  
Cannell, Kathleen TLS to Arthur Mizener
Boston; Arthur- I do not pretend. Haven't had to since Paris conture days when we often left a press show

  51  
Cannell, Kathleen TLS to Arthur Mizener
Boston; Dear Arthur: I had a letter from Robert Byington yesterday and have just written him

  51  
Cannell, Kathleen TLS to Arthur Mizener
Boston; Dear Arthur: I enclose a tearsheet of my twin pieces on Ford in the Providence Journal

  51  
Cannell, Kathleen TLS to Arthur Mizener
Boston; Alas, poor Arthur! I hate to think of your sparkle and fascination obscured by the dailiness of teaching.

  51  
Cannell, Kathleen TLS to Arthur Mizener
Boston; Dear Arthur: "Complimenti, you bitch. I am wracked by the seven jealousies". That's the way

  51  
Cannell, Kathleen TLS to Arthur & Rosemary Mizener
[Boston] Dear Rosemary and Arthur: I had this to write you on at Christmas (I may just get all my greetings off by Easter

  51  
Cannell, Kathleen TLS to Arthur & Rosemary Mizener
Boston; Very dear Rosemary and Arthur: I have thought of you a great deal during the past year

  51  
Cannell, Kathleen TLS to Arthur Mizener
Boston; Dear Arthur: How goes Ford? I got few Christmas greetings off in time (as usual).

  51  
Jonathan Cape Ltd. TLS to Stella Bowen
London; Dear Stella Bowen, I have been rather a long time letting you know about Ford's manuscript. [Signed Jonathan Cape]

  51  
Jonathan Cape Ltd. TL[copy] to William A. Bradley
London; Dear Bradley: I have been considering very carefully Ford's THE RASH ACT. [Signed Jonathan Cape]

  51  
Jonathan Cape Ltd. TL[copy] to William A. Bradley
London; Dear Bradley: I have your letter of February 12th refering to Ford's THE RASH ACT. [Signed Jonathan Cape]

  51  
Jonathan Cape Ltd. TL[copy] to William A. Bradley
London; My dear Bradley, Here is a formal agreement for the publication of Ford Madox Ford's THE RASH ACT. [Signed Jonathan Cape]

  51  
Jonathan Cape Ltd. TLS to Ford
London; My dear Ford:- I was in Paris last week where I learned you were expected about a week later [Signed Jonathan Cape]

  51  
Jonathan Cape Ltd. TLS to Ford
London; Dear Mr. Ford, I got your cable this morning and replied as follows: [Signed G. Wren Howard]

  51  
Jonathan Cape Ltd. TLS to Ford
London; Dear Mr. Ford, I was able last night to go down to Richmond to see Mr. Cape [Signed P. Gilchrist Thompson]

  51  
Jonathan Cape Ltd. TLS to Ford
London; Dear Mr. Ford, I have just got back to the office and find your letter of August 26th. [Signed G. Wren Howard]

  51  
Jonathan Cape Ltd. TLS to Ford
London; Dear Sir:- NOTTERDAM./ Thank you for your letter of February 4th. [Signed JC]

  51  
Jonathan Cape Ltd. TLS to Ford
London; Dear Mr. Ford, We have read and re-read WHEN THE WICKED MAN and have now come definitely [Signed G. Wren Howard]

  51  
Jonathan Cape Ltd. TLS to Ford
London; Dear Mr. Ford:- WHEN THE WICKED MAN./ We are sorry that you do not feel inclined to make the changes [Signed G. Wren Howard]

  51  
Jonathan Cape Ltd. TLS to Ford
London; Dear Mr. Ford, Thank you for the corrected copy and prefatory note. [Signed G. Wren Howard]

  51  
Jonathan Cape Ltd. TLS to Ford
London; Dear Ford:- Thank you for your letter referring to PENHALLY. [Signed Jonathan Cape]

  51  
Jonathan Cape Ltd. TLS to Ford
London; Dear Ford, I am quite willing to make the payment for THE RASH ACT [Signed Jonathan Cape]

  51  
Jonathan Cape Ltd. TL[copy] to Eric Pinker
London; Dear Mr. Pinker, I dislike having to worry you again but we are still waiting [Signed G. Wren Howard]

  51  
Jonathan Cape Ltd. TL[copy] to Miss Scriabine
London; Dear Miss Scriabine, In reply to your letter of November 4th, I find that [Signed Jonathan Cape] [Julian Loewe papers]

  51  
Capes, Bernard Edward Joseph to Ford
Winchester; Dear Mr. Hueffer,- I hope that you will forgive me for addressing you personally [Violet Hunt papers]

  51  
Carco, Francis ALS to Ford
Paris; Cher Monsieur, Je vous adresse par ce courrier un examplaire de Perversite

  51  
Cary, R. ALS to Gerald W. Henderson
London; Dear Henderson/ The kindly courtesy of your letter has given me much pleasure,[2 leaves of Cary geneology] [Violet Hunt papers]

  51  
Cather, Willa ALS to Elsie Martindale Hueffer
London; Dear Mrs. Hueffer; I am so sorry to have let you in for a sharp note

  51  
Cawley, Thomas TLS to Arthur Mizener
[Binghamton] Dear Mr. Mizener: I have just finished the Ford Madox Ford biography, and it is an absorbing book.

  51  
Cayley, Charles Bagot TL[fragment, copy] to Christina Rossetti
[n.p.] Dear Christina Rossetti, For Horace's second ode, in some respects I won't venture to apologize to you; [Copy typed by Violet Hunt for her proposed book] [Violet Hunt papers]

  51  
Cecil, Lady Edith Frances AMS & TMS [Article on Corsica]
April the fourth - 1874 the year - Corsica the place - [TM includes copies of fragments of two letters: Cecil ALS to Violet Hunt, April 21, 1915 and May 4, 1915, both in Ford collection] [Violet Hunt papers]

  51  
Cecil, Lady Edith Frances ALS to Violet Hunt
Somerset; Lady Francis Cecil presents her comp[lemen]ts to Miss Violet Hunt and apropos of the delightful articles [Violet Hunt papers]

  51  
Cecil, Lady Edith Frances ALS to Violet Hunt
Somerset; Lady Francis Cecil presents her comp[lemen]ts to Mrs. Ford Madox Hueffer and begs to thank you [Violet Hunt papers]

  51  
Chamberlain, Joseph TLS Alfred William Hunt
London; Yesterday I secceeded in getting time to pay a shor visit to the Water Colour Society's rooms. [Violet Hunt papers]

  51  
Chamberlain, Joseph ALS to Alfred William Hunt
London; My dear Sir, I am very much obliged to you for your note whch recalls to my recollection what passed them. [Violet Hunt papers]

  51  
Chamberlain, Joseph ALS to Alfred William Hunt
London; Dear Mr. Hunt/ Thank you for your letter and fir its enclosure. [Violet Hunt papers]

  51  
Chambers, A.M. TL[copy] to Mrs. Howell
London; Dear Mrs. Howell, Miss Corder seems to know more than Mr. Bonham and I know. [Violet Hunt papers]

  51  
Chambrun, Jacques TLS to Ford
New York; Dear Mr. Ford, I have been getting a lot of material together for a new monthly and the editor would

  51  
Chambrun, Jacques TLS to Ford
New York; Dear Mr. Ford, Mr. Ginrich, editor of Esquire, was in town yesterday

  51  
Chambrun, Jacques TLS to Ford
New York; Dear Mr. Ford, I have just received a telegram from the editor of Esquire

  51  
Chambrun, Jacques TLS to Ford
New York; Dear Mr. Ford, I have just finished talking to Mr. Arnold Gingrich, who promises to wire you

  51  
Chambrun, Jacques TLS to Arnold Gingrich
[New York] Dear Arnold/ You will recall I showed you an outline for an article, by Ford Madox Ford, on CLIMATES,

  51  
Chambrun, Jacques TLS to Violet Hunt
New York; Dear Mrs. Hueffer: In looking over my correspondence, I find your letter of February 19th, and my answer thereto. [Violet Hunt papers]

  51  
Champ, H. AL[postcard]S to Annie Child
London; Dear Annie Just a lone to say a friend of Louis' is coming to see me from France [Violet Hunt papers]

  51  
Chenery, Thomas ALS to Francis Hueffer
[London] Dear Sir, I have received nothing whatever from W. Davison on the concert of Wednesday.

  51  
Chenery, Thomas ALS to Francis Hueffer
[London] Dear Dr. Hueffer, This is from some jealous impresario. [Included is April 12, 1880 ALS H. Wylde to [Edward?] MacDonald with two London Times clippings.]

  51  
Chenery, Thomas ALS to Francis Hueffer
[London] Dear Mr. Hueffer, You wrote so excellent a review of Winchelmann's life

  51  
Chenery, Thomas ALS to Francis Hueffer
[London] My dear Hueffer, Many thanks for your kind invitation . I am sorry to say, however,

  51  
Chesterton, Gilbert Keith TLS to Violet Hunt
Yorkshire; Dear Miss Violet Hunt, I know that I ought to expect a violent blow on the skull the moment I show my head; [Violet Hunt papers]

  51  
Chicago Tribune ALS to Ford
Chicago; My dear Mr. Ford: You are coming to Chicago on March 12th to lecture at the Fortenightly Club, I hear. [Signed Fanny Butcher]

  51  
University of Chicago Library TLS to Ford
Chicago; My dear Mr. Ford, I am delighted to learn from your letter of yesterday, dated, however, May 10, [Signed M. Llewellyn Raney]

  51  
Childs, Frank Hall TLS to Violet Hunt
Pacific Palisades; My dear Cousin: Your post card postmarked September first, 1930, reached me at the Hotel Russell, [Violet Hunt papers]

  51  
Chelmondeley, Mary ALS to Violet Hunt
London; Dear Miss Hunt/ Never, never can I go out to tea on a Friday, as it is my own day. I am so sorry, [Violet Hunt papers]

  51  
Chelmondeley, Mary ALS to Violet Hunt
London; Dear Miss Hunt, No, I have not received the other letter, but I fear it is now possible for me to to out to tea [Violet Hunt papers]

  51  
Chelmondeley, Mary ALS to Violet Hunt
London; Dear Miss Hunt/ Would you be inclined to come to tea her at 5, next Friday, the 25th. [Violet Hunt papers]

  51  
Chelmondeley, Mary AL[postcard]S to Violet Hunt
London; I am afraid it is impossible for me to accept your kind invitiation as I am just leaving London [Violet Hunt papers]

  51  
Chorley, Katherine (Campbell Hopkinson) ALS to Arthur Mizener
Stanmore; Dear Mr. Mizener/ I have phoned you each morning since receiving your letter

  51  
Chorley, Katherine (Campbell Hopkinson) ALS to Arthur Mizener
Stanmore; Dear Professor Mizener, You will think that I completely forgot my promise to take some transparencies of Stella's pictures

  51  
Christie's Ltd. envelope
[Envelope contained 8 letters from Ford to James B. Pinker; purchased from Christie's 4,25,1995]

  51  
Church, Dean W. ALS to [Madam ?]
London; My dear Madam/ I am aftraid that there is nothing that I can do at present. I have no title [Violet Hunt papers]

  51  
City of London Police ALS to [William Martindale?]
London Ex Det. Sergt. Brett of Rushmore Road [With calling card of J.F. Mitchell included] [Julia Lamb papers]

  51  
Clarke, Mary F. Alleyne ALS to Violet Hunt
London; Dear Madam, Your note in last night's "Evening News" recalls a story of Mr. Howell [TL[copy] of letter included][Violet Hunt papers]

  51  
Clarke, Mary F. Alleyne ALS to Violet Hunt
London; Dear Madam, Thank you for your letter & appreciation of the little story of Mr. Howell [TL[copy] of letter included] [Violet Hunt papers]

  51  
Clarke, Mary F. Alleyne ALS to Violet Hunt
London; Dear Mrs. Hueffer, Yesterday will be a red-letter day in my calendar. I hope you were not very tired last night [TL[copy] of letter included] [Viiolet Hunt papers]

  51  
Clifford, Frederick ALS to Francis Hueffer
[London] My dear Sir/ You will see that our lates news reports the serious illness of Wagner.

  51  
Clifford, Margaret ALS to Ford
London; Dear Mr. Hueffer/ I do want to ask you to consider for your Review stome stories by C.F. Kealy [Violet Hunt papers]

  51  
Clodd, E. I. ALS to Violet Hunt
Suffolk; My dear Violet/ The case is hopeless; she just recognizes one; the dear face tries to smile [Violet Hunt papers]

  51  
Clodd, E. I. ALS to Violet Hunt
Soffolk, My dear Violet/ Our beloved passed away this morning. We bury her here on Tuesday [Violet Hunt papers]

  52  
Coates, Robert M. TM[draft, fragment] Authors and Their Haunts: F. M. Ford
[Toulon?] Something interesting, if not specially instructive might be developed in the eternal question of books and their writers

  52  
Cobban, J.M. ALS to Ford
Woking; My dear Madox Hueffer, My wife has seen the cottage, & - save for the lowness of the ceiling - she approves of it much

  52  
Cobban, J.M. ALS to Ford
Woking; My dear Madox Hueffer, Many thanks for your letter. It is full of excellent matter, which will be of great use to us

  52  
Cobden-Sanderson, Richard ALS to Ford
[London] Dear Mr. Hueffer, I am about to start as a publicher & at the suggestion of Miss May Sinclair [Julian Loewe papers]

  52  
Cockrane, Irene ALS to Gerald Henderson
London; Dear Gerald, I had another letter from Douglas Goldring on the 14th inst. [Henderson and Goldring were Violet Hunt's literary executors; Cockrane was the principal beneficiary.]

  52  
Cockrane, Irene ALS to Gerald Henderson
London: Dear Gerald, Here they both are. The one without the name "Janice O'Connell" came at twelve yesterday morning

  52  
Col, Rev. H. Basil TL[copy] to Elizabeth Eleanor Higgins
Sussex; Dear Madam, I have to thank you for your letter of March 25th. I have no knowledge of any "Rossetti Society".

  52  
Cole, Margaret Isabel Postgate ALS to Stella Bowen
Freeland; It is late to be writing letters, & maybe you will not be interested. But having sat up for two nights [Julian Loewe papers]

  52  
Cole Margaret Isabel Postgate ALS to Arthur Mizener
London; Dear Mr. Mizener, Thank you for your letter about Stella Bowen. Of course I will be glad to see you

  52  
Cole Margaret Isabel Postgate ALS to Arthur Mizener
London; Dear Mr. Mizener, A brief reply to withdraw any criticism I made of what you had said of Stella

  52  
Cole Margaret Isabel Postgate ALS to Arthur Mizener
London; Dear Mr. Mizener, This correspondence is interesting! The name you could not read is KATHERINE CHORLEY.

  52  
Cole Margaret Isabel Postgate ALS to Arthur Mizener
London; Dear Mr. Mizener, This will be a rather shorter contribution, picking up one other point

  52  
Cole Margaret Isabel Postgate ALS to Arthur Mizener
London; Dear Mr. Mizener, This is just to let you know that I am going to be in the States for about 3 weeks beginning Dec. 22nd

  52  
Cole Margaret Isabel Postgate ALS to Arthur Mizener
Great Neck; Dear Mr. Mizener, I found your letter of the 13th awaiting me when I got here yesterday

  52  
Cole Margaret Isabel Postgate ALS to Arthur Mizener


  52  
Cole Margaret Isabel Postgate ALS to Arthur Mizener
London; Dear Mr. Mizener, This is just briefly to answer your very welcome letter of July 1

  52  
Cole Margaret Isabel Postgate ALS to Arthur Mizener
London; Dear Mr. Mizener, Thank you for your letter of the 10th. About the pictures. It may help you if I set out such information as I remember.

  52  
Cole Margaret Isabel Postgate ALS to Arthur Mizener
[London] Dear Mr. Mizener, I am just writing a friendly inquiry to know how your life of Ford is getting along.[Gift of Arthur and Rosemary Mizener]

  52  
Cole Margaret Isabel Postgate ALS to Arthur Mizener
Great Neck; Dear Mr. Mizener, I expect you will recollect correspondence and a meeting in London about Ford Madox Ford. [Gift of Arthur and Rosemary Mizener]

  52  
Collection de la Revue Europeene TLS to Ford
Paris; Cher Monsieur, Le plus simple sereait que vous nous envoyiez un exemplaire du "bon Soldat" [Signed Leon Pierre-Quint]

  52  
Collier's TLS to Ford
New York; Dear Mr. Ford, Your fears about the article were fully justified. It is so very good [Signed Kyle S. Crichteon]

  52  
Collins, William, Spons & Co., Ltd. TL[copy] to Curtis Brown
[n.p.] Dear Mr. Curtis Brown, With reference to a recent conversation that we had on the subject of the STANDARD COLLECTION [Signed Nigel de Grey]

  52  
Colorado University Bulletin Printed "The Eighth Writers' Conference
[Ford (page 7) participated in this; Xerox copies of pages 6-9 included]

  52  
Colum, Mary Gunning (maguire) TLS to Janice Biala
Paris; Dear Janice, First of all, will you tell Ford that Max Perkins would be glad if you would send him his new novel

  52  
Colum, Mary Gunning (Maguire) TLS to Janice Biala & Ford
Paris; Dear Janice Ford, We are thinking of going down to Toulon about a week from to day

  52  
Colum, Mary Gunning (Maguire) TLS to Ford
Paris; Dear Mr. Ford, I am putting to your[r] account 3000 frances for three months rent, at the Guaranty Trust

  52  
Colum, Mary Gunning (Maguire) TLS to Ford
[Paris] Dear Mr. Ford, It is all right. The Bank did give me a receipt and they put the money to your account.

  52  
Colum, Mary Gunning (Maguire) TLS to Ford
New York; Dear Ford Madox Ford, We are sorry we cannot get to the Williams' dinner this time either

  52  
Colum, Padraic ALS to Ford
Paris; Dear Ford Madox Ford, The getting of a mandat postal was too much for me! My French is so little

  52  
Colum, Padraic TLS to Ford
New York; Dear Ford, We've been away for the week-end, and now I am writing to say that the dinner for Carlos Williams

  52  
Colum, Padraic TLS to Ford
Paris; Dear Ford, Yes, I'll hand the nest[sic] thousand on the first August to Madam Bowen.

  52  
Colum, Padraic ALS to Ford and Janice Biala
Nice; Dear Fords, This is a New Years' greeting from the Colums.

  52  

In box 53, Joseph Conrad box.

  52  
Constable & Co. TLS to Ford
London; Dear Sir, Your card of last Friday addressed to Mr. Kyllmann arrived here as he was on the point of going abroad,

  52  
Constable & Co. TLS to Ford
London; Dear Mr. Ford, We have given very careful consideration to the two French books you sent for translation, [Signed S.J. Lawlor]

  52  
Constable & Co. TLS to Ford
London, Dear Mr. Ford, My Kyllmann asks me to write to you about your MS PROVENCE.

  52  
Constable & Co. TLS to Ford
London; Dear Sir, Thank you for the further section of your book on Provence and for the illustrations by Biala.

  52  
Contempo TLS to Ford
Durham, NC; Dear Mr F.M.F: In January, 1932 while in Paris, you wrote a most stimulating Introduction to A Farewell to Arms. [Signed Anthony J. Buttitta]

  52  
Controversy TLS to Ford
New York; Dear Ford:- I have tought some more about the topic we discussed last night [Signed Gorham Munson]

  52  
Convent of the Holy Child of Jesus ALS to Elsie Martindale Hueffer
St. Leonards-on-sea; Dear Mrs. Hueffer. We are in a difficulty. So I am writing to ask you to help us out of it. [Signed Sister Mary Joseph][Catherine Lamb papers]

  52  
Cook, Theodore Andrea TLS To Violet Hunt
London; My dear Violet, Many thanks for the proof. I quite agree that No. 25 in Guy Graham's group must have been the original [Violet Hunt papers]

  52  
Cooke, Lt. Colonel S.F. TL[copy] to Ford
[Cardiff, Wales] I am directed by the Commanding Officer to forward you the following copy of a letter

  52  
Cooper, Mr. AL[copy]S to Lloyds, Barnetts & Bosanquels Bank
London; Dear Sir/ Re Hueffer deceased/ You are aware that Mr. Charles Rowley and Mr. W. Theodore Watts have transferred

  52  
Cooperative Book Club TLS to Ford
New York; Dear Mr. Ford: The Cooperative Book Club is celebrating its first anniversary with a dinner [signed Coley B. Taylor]

  52  
Coppard, Alfred Edgar AMS Two poems: April fool and The little tempsest
[Manuscripts on 3 leaves; corrected proof sheets on 3 leaves.[ The poems appeared in The "Transatlantic Review", April, 1924.][ Julian Loewe papers]

  52  
Coppard, Alfred Edgar ALS to Stella Bowen
Henley on Thames; Dear Mrs. Ford, I am so sorry that I happened to be staying at this place

  52  
Coppard, Alfred Edgar ALS to Ford and Stella Bowen
Oxon; Dear people/ I was only able to see Munro for a few minutes yesterday, & even so I missed the desirable train

  52  
Coppard, Alfred Edgar ALS to Ford
Henley on Thames; Dear Capt Ford, Can you give a chap any news about those 3 MSS yet -

  52  
Coppard, Alfred Edgar ALS to Ford
Henley on Thames; My dear, but undecipherable, FMF, Your letter gives me all the news I really want about the stories.

  52  
Coppard, Alfred Edgar ALS to Ford
Henley on Thames; Dear Capt Ford, Alas, I have no tales available. Earlier in the year you could have had your choice of 7 or 8,

  52  
Coppard, Alfred Edgar ALS to Ford
Henley on Thames; Dear Ford/ I am going to Santa Margharita near Rapallo on Dec. 8

  52  
Coppard, Alfred Edgar ALS to Ford
Henley on Thames; Dear Ford/ Here is a little MS by a friend which you might care to look at for the TR.

  52  
Corder, Frederick ALS to Violet Hunt
London; Dear Madam/ I never knew Rosalind Howell. All I know about her (from her half-sister, [Violet Hunt papers]

  52  
Core, George TLS to Arthur Mizener
Athens, GA; Dear Mr. Mizener: I have recently been awarded a fellowship from the National Endowment for the Humanities

  52  
Corfield, Annie L.C. ALS[fragment] to Violet Hunt
[n.p.] ... As these facts just named may be new & interesting to Rosalind & yourself [[Verso contains part of the geneology of the Howell family] [Violet Hunt papers]

  52  
Cornell University Library TLS to Arthur Mizener
Ithaca, Dear Arthur, Gratitude and gloom both, today. Very real gratitude for last night's fine performance, [Signed George Healey]

  52  
Cory, Winifred Graham (Mrs. Theodore) TLS to Gerald W. Henderson
Middlesex; Dear Mr. Henerson, I told our mutual friend, Mrs. Inge, that I had been asked by the Central News to write

  52  
Cory, Winifred Graham (Mrs. Theodore) TLS to Gerald W. Henderson
Middlesex; Dear Mr. Henderson, Many thanks for the kind invitation in your letter,

  52  
Cosgrove, John O'Hara ALS to Ford
New York; Dear Mr. Ford, I noted that you had returned to these parts & would have tried to get in touch

  52  
Cosgrove, Lord [Andrew J.E.?], of Penwith ALS to Violet Hunt
London; Dear Miss Hunt, I think there ought to be no difficulty in my affirming what is nescessary, [Violet Hunt papers]

  52  
Coward-McCann TLS to Ford
New York; Dear Mr. Ford: We shall publish in January, 1932 the second OMNIBUS OF CRIME, [Signed T[homas] R. C[oward]]

  52  
Coward-McCann TLS to Ford
New York; Dear Sir: We acknowledge with thanks your letter of June 29th, granting us permission to use your story RIESENBERG [Signed Thomas R. Coward]

  52  
Cowlesham, W.H. AL[postcard] to Ford
[London] Dear Ford, Lucy, Olive & I walked from [Dyneschurch?] to [Lynespne?] today,

  52  
Cowleshaw, Lucy M. ALS to Katharine Hueffer Lamb
London; My dear Katharine, (I never think of you as Babs) How kind of you to write me such an affectionate letter

  52  
Cran, George R. TLS to Violet Hunt
London; Dear Mrs. Hueffer, The Knap./Yours of 2nd inst. received. I have not heard anything further in this matter [Violet Hunt papers]

  52  
Cran, George R. TLS to F.W. Phipps
London; Dear Sir, Mrs. Holmes and The Knapp, 9Without prejudice)./ My client, Mrs. Holmes, writes me to-day enclosing your letter to her, [Violet Hunt papers]

  52  
Crankshaw, Clare ALS to Janice Biala
Penshurst; Dear Murphy, Happy Christmas! And how are you? We've often wondered in the last few months how and where you both were

  52  
Crankshaw, Edward TM[photocopy]S Commentary of the MS of Ford's "Mightier than the Sword" (Portraits from Life)
[London] "Mightier than the Swords"(Portraits from Life). by Ford Madox Ford./ That is the provisional title for a volume which will contain

  52  
Crankshaw, Edward TLS to Ford
London; Dear Mr. Ford, Thank you so much for your delightful and quite uncalled-for letter.

  52  
Crankshaw, Edward TLS to Ford
Hampstead; Dear Mr. Ford, I have been meaning to write to you for a long time about various things

  52  
Crankshaw, Edward TLS to Ford
Hampstead; Dear Mr. Ford, The day after I had posted that terrible letter to you I had a waking dream

  52  
Crankshaw, Edward TLS to Ford
Penshurst; Dear Mr. Ford, Apparently you are the kindest person in the world, too.

  52  
Crankshaw, Edward TLS to Ford
Penshurst; Dear Mr. Ford, Do you mind my writing again so soon? I take it that you are in Provence

  52  
Crankshaw, Edward TLS to Ford
Penshurst, Dear Mr. Ford, Your letter was a delight. How you manage to do it I can't guess, neither of us can.

  52  
Crankshaw, Edward TLS to Ford
Penshurst, Dear Mr. Ford, It was good to hear from you again, and thank you.

  52  
Crankshaw, Edward TLS to Ford
Penshurst, Dear Mr. Ford, Your so kind note came straight at me from Paris like a sudden dazzling ray

  52  
Crankshaw, Edward TLS to Ford & Janice Biala
Penshurst; Dear and kind friends, This should have been written yesterday (I was trying to write it in my head all the way home

  52  
Crankshaw, Edward TLS to Ford
Penshurst, Dear Mr. Ford, Thank you so much for your letter about the Duckworth confusion.

  52  
Crankshaw, Edward TLS to Ford
Penshurst, Dear Mr. Ford, I wrote to Duckworth, as I said, and an answer has come.

  52  
Crankshaw, Edward TLS to Ford
Penshurst, Dear Mr. Ford, Something silly happened to your last letter on its way here, and it came to me about a month late.

  52  
Crankshaw, Edward TLS to Ford
Penshurst, Dear Mr. Ford, The newspaper report of Mrs. Ford's lecture (which so far I haven't had a moment to read properly)

  52  
Crankshaw, Edward ALS to Ford
Penshurst, Dear Mr. Ford, I have heard from Behaine, who is delighted at the tought of your doing a preface.

  52  
Crankshaw, Edward TLS to Ford
Penshurst, Dear Mr. Ford, There is no need to say how wretched we are at the news of your illness.

  52  
Crankshaw, Edward TLS to Ford
Penshurst, Dear Mr. Ford, I suppose there's nothing in the world I value more than your approval of my work.

  52  
Crankshaw, Edward TLS to Ford
Penshurst, Dear Mr. Ford, The proofs have come at last, a week after they were promised,

  52  
Crankshaw, Edward TLS to Ford
Penshurst, Dear Mr. Ford, Indeed I got your preface (and sent it to Unwins at once to send to Greenslet).

  52  
Crankshaw, Edward TLS to Ford
Penshurst, Dear Mr. Ford, It was good to hear from you and to know where you are to be found.

  52  
Crankshaw, Edward TLS to Ford
Sandhurst; Dear Mr. Ford, I have had your last letter longer than I thought without answering it.

  52  
Crankshaw, Edward TL[Printed] Invitation to Ford plaque unveiling
Sussex; Ford Madox Ford, 1873-1939/ A plaque in memory of Ford Madox Ford is to be unveiled

  52  
Crankshaw, Edward TLS & ALS to Arthur Mizener
Includes 15 letters by Crankshaw; 8 letters by Clare Crankshaw; 2 leaves of notes by Mizener; ALS to Clare Crankshaw from Lady Rosalie Mander; Mizener letters to Newnham College, Clare Crankshaw and Edward Crankshaw; and TLS to George Harris Healey from Edward Crankshaw. Dated between July 28, 1965 - May 15, 1972.[Gift of Arthur and Rosemary Mizener]

  52  
Crankshaw, Edward TL[photocopy]S to Stanley Unwin
Sandhurst; Dear Mr. Unwin, I got back from France to find your urgent appeals for the Ms. of Russian stories.

  52  
Crawford, Ralston TLS to Ford
Exton, PA; Dear Mr. Ford, Mrs. Elser has written that you will write an introduction to the catalog for my exhibition.

  52  
Crawfurd, Oswald John Frederick [John Dangerfield] Death Notice
[Newspaper clippings of Carwfurd's death] [Violet Hunt papers]

  52  
Crawfurd, Oswald John Frederick Death Notice
[Newspaper clipping of Carwfurd's death]

  52  
Crawfurd, Oswald John Frederick ALS to Violet Hunt
[London] Dear Miss Hunt, No. I did not know even that you knew Mrs. Moulton. Why did I never meet you

  52  
Crawfurd, Oswald John Frederick ALS to Violet Hunt
[London] Dear Miss Hunt, I think your verses better than I expected, and I expected from what several people had told me, that they would be very good indeed.

  52  
Crawfurd, Oswald John Frederick TL[fragment, copy] to Violet Hunt
[London] You have no right whatever to telegraph to me in that way - it is a threatening telegram, and I resent it. [Violet Hunt papers]

  52  
Crawfurd, Oswald John Frederick TL[fragment, copy] to Violet Hunt
[London] I do not think there is any good in my dining with you tonight. You cannot be with me without scolding [Violet Hunt papers]

  52  
Crawfurd, Oswald John Frederick TL[fragment, copy] to Violet Hunt
[London] my cure here with exercises for the lungs and inhalations, which are doing me great good. [Violet Hunt papers]

  52  
Crawfurd, Oswald John Frederick TL[copy] to Violet Hunt
[London] Bad-Ems; My dear Violet, You wrote me such complaining querolous letters taht I could not, though I wanted, answer them. [Violet Hunt papers]

  52  
Crawfurd, Oswald John Frederick TL[fragment, copy] to Violet Hunt
[London] My dear Violet, I have been a good deal cerne lately - chiefly monetary. [Violet Hunt papers]

  52  
Crawfurd, Oswald John Frederick TL[fragment, copy] to Violet Hunt
[London] Dear, I sent you today the little present I bought you in France. I have all but gone to see my aunt, [Violet Hunt papers]

  52  
Creighton, Charles ALS to Alfred William Hunt
London; My dear Sir/ Mr. Leslie Stephens has sent me your letter with reference to the biographical notic of Dr. John Brown [Violet Hunt papers]

  52  
Crookes, Sir William ALS to Alfred William Hunt
London; Mr. Crokes presents his compliments to Mr. A. W. Hunt and will have much pleasure in being present on Wednesday evening next [Violet Hunt papers]

  52  
"Cuban Pirates. a True Narrative" Printed M[photocopy]
[Copy of article from "All the year Round", pages 172-179, January 22, 1870, conducted by Charles Dickens]

  52  
Cubitt, Thomas ALS to Violet Hunt
London; Madam/ My attention has been drawn to a small notice in "The Observer" about the late Mr. C. A. Howell. [Violet Hunt papers]

  52  
Cummings, Edward Estlin ALS to Ford
[Paris] My dear Mr. Ford/ Upon microscopic inspection I heartily discover that my portative potentialities are decidedly more perfectly

  52  
Current Controversy TLS to Ford
New York; Dear Mr Ford/ Mr Gorham Munson was kind enough to send us the article on free trade [Signed Martin Kamin]

  52  
Curtis Brown, Ltd. TLS to Stella Bowen
London; Dear Miss Bowen, Glancing at the title page of the novel I see "Lippincott 1934" typed on it. [Signed David Higham]

  52  
Curtis Brown, Ltd. TLS to Stella Bowen
London; Dear Miss Bowen, I too am troubled that we haven't yet been able to find a publisher [Signed David Higham]

  52  
Curtis Brown, Ltd. TLS to Stella Bowen
London; Dear Miss Bowen, Many thanks for your note and for the wrapper of "PROVENCE" [Signed David Higham]

  52  
Curtis Brown, Ltd. TLS to Ford
New York; Dear Mr. Ford:- We are working on articles for you. Cosmopolitan was interested in your idea of political aspects [Signed Helen Everitt]

  52  
Curtis Brown, Ltd. TLS to Ford
New York; Dear Mr. Ford:- I am returning this to you in haste, as it must indeed by newspaper copy, [Signed Helen Everitt]

  52  
Curtis Brown, Ltd. TLS to Ford
London; Dear Mr. Ford, We have just received the galley proofs of PROVENCE and will substitute these for the MS. we have.[Signed David Higham]

  52  
Curtis Brown, Ltd. TLS to Ford
New York; Dear Mr. Ford:- I have the following letter from Mr. Bond of the N.A.N.A. and I think under these [Signed Helen Everitt]

  52  
Curtis Brown, Ltd. TLS to Ford
New York; Dear Mr. Ford:- The American Mercury is Buying HANDS OFF THE ARTS. Although we tried to get $250, they implied that you had prctically agreed on $200 [Singed C.R. Everitt]

  52  
Curtis Brown, Ltd. TLS with Ford
New York; Dear Mr. Ford: We take pleasure in enclosing our check for $180.00 representing the amount due to you [Statement on bottom half of leaf] [Signed Nellie Inkerman?]

  52  
Curtis Brown, Ltd. TLS to Ford
New York; Dear Mr. Ford: I am sure I don't need to tell you how useful and intelligent A HISTORY OF OUR OWN TIMES is, [Signed C.R. Everitt]

  52  
Curtis Brown, Ltd. TLS to Ford
London; Dear Mr. Ford, Thank you for your letter of April 18th. The English copyright law is designed to counteract the American law [Signed David Higham]

  52  
Czajkowski, Ron ALS to Arthur Mizener
Allentown; Dear Dr. Mizener, My sincere thanks for your most rewarding visit and presentations

  53  
Conrad, Joseph AM[draft, fragment] Romance
[Pent Farm?] [Fragment of "Romance", describing Casa Riego; a sketchof the locale of the novel appears on verso.]

  53  
Conrad, Joseph TD Listing of "Romance" & "The Inheritors" editions published
[London?] List of editions published.

  53  
Conrad, Joseph TL[copy] to Ford
Orlestone; My dear Ford, I answer at once on the gquestion of glasses. [Original at British Library. Copy typed by Violet Hunt] [Violet Hunt papers]

  53  
Conrad, Joseph TL[copy] to Ford
Dearest Ford, I forgot to say in my letter joint to M.S. that the 2nd Instalment is complete [Copy typed by Violet Hunt] [Violet Hunt papers]

  53  
Conrad, Joseph TL[copy] to Ford
Kent; Dearest Ford, I really hope to be done on Tursday and we shall arrive on Monday [Copy typed by Violet Hunt] [Violet Hunt papers]

  53  
Conrad, Joseph TL[copy] to Ford
[n.p.] Dearest Ford, I return the MS of the Countess. There is no reason whatever why it should be publiched. [Copy typed by Violet Hunt] [Violet Hunt papers]

  53  
Conrad, Joseph TL[copy] to Ford
Kent; My dear Ford, I was writing something so I refrained from looking at "The Good Soldier" [Original at NY Public. Copy typed by Violet Hunt] [Violet Hunt papers]

  53  
Conrad, Joseph TL[copy] to Ford
Bedfordshire; My dear Ford, I've just finished the book which reached me this morning from N.C. [Original at NY Public Library. Copy typed by Violet Hunt] [Violet Hunt papers]

  53  
Conrad, Joseph TL[copy] to Ford
[n.p.] Dearest Ford, I've obtained a Box for next Tuesday's performance 2.30. [Copy typed by Violet Hunt] [Violet Hunt papers]

  53  
Conrad, Joseph TL[copy] to Ford
[n.p.] My dear Ford, Thanks for your wire which has to some extent relieved our anxiety. [Copy typed by Violet Hunt] [Violet Hunt papers]

  53  
Conrad, Joseph TL[copy] to Ford
[n.p.] Dearest Ford, We have been awaiting you from day to day with impatience. [Copy typed by Violet Hunt] [Violet Hunt papers]

  53  
Conrad, Joseph TL[copy] to Ford
[n.p.] Dearest Ford, Yes! I share your opinion. Mlle Roxane isn't ... Nor quite. [Copy typed by Violet Hunt] [Violet Hunt papers]

  53  
Conrad, Joseph AL[photocopy]S to Ford
[n.p.] Dear Hueffer, Why won't you believe that in any house in which I may live [Original at Yale. Also 1 leaf of copy typed by Violet Hunt]

  53  
Conrad, Joseph AL[photocopy]S to Ford
Pent Farm; Dearest Ford, I have today received the cheque from Robert -- and many thanks to you [Original at Yale. Also 1 leaf of copy typed by Violet Hunt]

  53  
Conrad, Joseph TL[copy] to Ford
Pent Farm; Dearest H, So sorry to hear Elsie is unwell, and the crew left the ship. [Copy typed by Violet Hunt]

  53  
Conrad, Joseph AL[photocopy]S to Ford
Pent Farm; Dear Ford, To our everlasting confusion the man Numgean (or Munn) [Original at Yale. Also 1 leaf of copy typed by Violet Hunt]

  53  
Conrad, Joseph AL[photocopy]S to Ford and Elsie (Martindale) Hueffer
Dearest Amigo and gracious Senora, At last I write because I am better. I hadn't the heart [Original at Yale. Also 1 leaf of copy typed by Violet Hunt]

  53  
Conrad, Joseph AL[photocopy]S to Ford
Standord-le-Hope; Dear Mr. Hueffer, I've just got back from Glasgow and write without loss of time [Note by Arthur Mizener identifying letter] [Original at Yale. Also 1 leaf of copy typed by Violet Hunt]

  53  
Conrad, Joseph AL[photocopy]S to Ford
[n.p.] My dear Hueffer, Just had your note. We had been all acting along under the impression it was the 26th. [Original at Yale. Also 1 leaf of copy typed by Violet Hunt]

  53  
Conrad, Joseph AL[photocopy]S to Ford
Stanford-le-Hope; My dear Mr. Hueffer, I am very much concerned to hear your body is making itself so objectionable [Original at Yale. Also 1 leaf of copy typed by Violet Hunt]

  53  
Conrad, Joseph AL[photocopy]S to Ford
[n.p.] Dear Mr. Hueffer, Here I am again. May I descend on you tomorrow [Original at Yale. Also 1 leaf of copy typed by Violet Hunt]

  53  
Conrad, Joseph AL[photocopy]S to Ford
[n.p.] Honoured and dear landlord, The time approaches for me to step in amongst your relics [Original at Yale. Also 1 leaf of copy typed by Violet Hunt]

  53  
Conrad, Joseph AL[photocopy]S to Ford
Pent Farm; My dear Hueffer, We are very happy here from which you may guess we haven't yet set fire to the house. [Original at Yale. Also 1 leaf of copy typed by Violet Hunt]

  53  
Conrad, Joseph AL[photocopy]S to Ford
Pent Farm; My dear Hueffer, Herewith some notices which came within the last three days. {Misdated 1889] [Original at Yale. Also 1 leaf of copy typed by Violet Hunt]

  53  
Conrad, Joseph AL[photocopy]S to Ford
Portsmouth; My dear Hueffer, Just a word of thanks. The story I told you [Original at Yale. Also 1 leaf of copy typed by Violet Hunt]

  53  
Conrad, Joseph AL[photocopy]S to Ford
[n.p.] Dear Hueffer, Saw Meldrum today. He had been in Holland. Your proposal of Cinque Ports book [Original at Yale. Also 1 leaf of copy typed by Violet Hunt]

  53  
Conrad, Joseph AL[photocopy]S to Ford
Pent Farm; My dear Ford, Your letter distressed me a little by the signs of nervous irritation [Original at Yale. Also 1 leaf of copy typed by Violet Hunt]

  53  
Conrad, Joseph AL[photocopy]S to Ford
[Pent Farm?] Dear Ford, Let this cheer you up in your arduous labour. [Written on Robert McClure TLS to Conrad, Nov.23, 1899] [Original at Yale. Also 1 leaf of copy typed by Violet Hunt]

  53  
Conrad, Joseph AL[photocopy]S to Ford
[n.p.] My dear Ford, The MS came back in fair copy. I read it and am quite struck [Original at Yale. Also 1 leaf of copy typed by Violet Hunt]

  53  
Conrad, Joseph AL[photocopy]S to Ford
Pent Farm; My dear Hueffer, Thanks for your letter which I received in Sandgate [2 copies of each] [Original at Yale. Also 1 leaf of copy typed by Violet Hunt]

  53  
Conrad, Joseph AL[photocopy]S to Ford
[Pent Farm] My dear Ford, Many thanks for cheque for six gjineas. The man has been here with his horse [Original at Yale. Also 1 leaf of copy typed by Violet Hunt]

  53  
Conrad, Joseph AL[photocopy]S to Ford
[Pent Farm?] My dear Ford, I am sending you P.'s letter about Inhors and cheque [Original at Yale. Also 1 leaf of copy typed by Violet Hunt]

  53  
Conrad, Joseph AL[photocopy, telegram] to Ford
Aldington; Splendid reports of nove original popular great hopes [Original at Yale. Also 1 leaf of copy typed by Violet Hunt]

  53  
Conrad, Joseph AL[photocopy]S to Ford
[n.p.] My dear Ford, My aunt is coming on Monday to stay a week. I would be awfully glad if your wife [Original at Yale. Also 1 leaf of copy typed by Violet Hunt]

  53  
Conrad, Joseph AL[photocopy,telegram] to Ford
Stanford; Felicitations affecteuses et notre bienvenue[Original at Yale.]

  53  
Conrad, Joseph AL[photocopy]S to Ford
Pent Farm; Dear Ford, Here's the chap. I am at work and beastly seedy with cold, cough, piles and a derangement of the bowels [Original at Yale. Also 1 leaf of copy typed by Violet Hunt]

  53  
Conrad, Joseph AL[photocopy]S to Ford
[n.p.] Dearest Ford, Don't think ill of me. I am doing my damnedest. I've been interrupted; I've been upset too; [Original at Yale. Also 1 leaf of copy typed by Violet Hunt]

  53  
Conrad, Joseph AL[photocopy]S to Ford
Pent Farm; Dearest Ford, I think I shall run down in two-three days to you and make arrangements [Original at Yale. Also 1 leaf of copy typed by Violet Hunt]

  53  
Conrad, Joseph AL[photocopy]S to Ford
[Pent Farm} My dear Ford, You cannot really suppose that there is anything between us [Original at Yale. Also 1 leaf of copy typed by Violet Hunt]

  53  
Conrad, Joseph TL[copy] to Ford
Pent Farm; My dear Ford, Thanks. Ten days or a fortnight will be plenty of time. [1 leaf of copy typed by Violet Hunt]

  53  
Conrad, Joseph AL[photocopy]S to Ford
Pent Farm; My dear Ford, Its all right. I didn't bother you and after all Robert is doing his duty [Original at Yale. Also 1 leaf of copy typed by Violet Hunt]

  53  
Conrad, Joseph AL[photocopy]S to Ford
[n.p.] My dear Ford, All my faculties being concetrated on my inadequate collaboration had Rossetti required the very roof [Original at Yale. Also 1 leaf of copy typed by Violet Hunt]

  53  
Conrad, Joseph AL[photocopy]S to Ford
[Pent Farm] My dear Ford, All well. I delived the MS yesterday with severe recommendations[Original at Yale. Also 1 leaf of copy typed by Violet Hunt]

  53  
Conrad, Joseph envelope to Ford
[Envelope from Conrad to Ford] [Original at Yale.]

  53  
Conrad, Joseph AL[photocopy]S to Ford
[Pent Farm] Dearest Ford, The crisis has come. To day Watson has kicked. You may inagine how it soothed me for work. [Original at Yale. Also 1 leaf of copy typed by Violet Hunt]

  53  
Conrad, Joseph AL[photocopy]S to Ford
[Pent Farm] My dear Ford, I haave been greatly moved by your letter and I am still under the painful impression [Original at Yale. Also 1 leaf of copy typed by Violet Hunt]

  53  
Conrad, Joseph AL[photocopy]S to Ford
[Pent Farm] Dearest Ford, Just a word to catch this post. I'm afraid we can't afford to move from here [Original at Yale. Also 1 leaf of copy typed by Violet Hunt]

  53  
Conrad, Joseph AL[photocopy]S to Ford
Pent Farm; My dear Ford, I took the last of "Romance" to London on Friday. I had to engineer an affair with Pinker [Original at Yale. Also 1 leaf of copy typed by Violet Hunt]

  53  
Conrad, Joseph AL[photocopy]S to Ford
[Pent Farm] Dearest Ford, What became of you two and your work? And what of your young women? [Original at Yale. Also 1 leaf of copy typed by Violet Hunt]

  53  
Conrad, Joseph AL[photocopy]S to Ford
[Pent Farm] Dearest Ford, I wired asking you to come on Monday, meaning also any day after Monday [Original at Yale. Also 1 leaf of copy typed by Violet Hunt]

  53  
Conrad, Joseph AL[photocopy]S to Ford
[Pent Farm] My dear Ford, Our letters always cross. I suggest that you should write Pinder saying that as co-author of "R" [Original at Yale. Also 1 leaf of copy typed by Violet Hunt]

  53  
Conrad, Joseph TL[copy]to Ford
[n.p.] Dearest Ford, I had to dash to London and found time to look in upon the Pinker of Literary Agents. [1 leaf of copy typed by Violet Hunt. Original in British Library]

  53  
Conrad, Joseph AL[photocopy]S to Ford
[Pent Farm] Dear Ford, I am most distressed about poor Xina and the failure of all our plans [Original at Yale. Also 1 leaf of copy typed by Violet Hunt]

  53  
Conrad, Joseph AL[photocopy]S to Ford
Pent Farm; Dearest Ford, We have been greatly concerned about the poor child, about Elsie, and about yourself [Original at Yale. Also 1 leaf of copy typed by Violet Hunt]

  53  
Conrad, Joseph AL[photocopy]S to Ford
Pent Farm; Dearest Ford, Thanks for your wire. We are breatly relieved. What an awful strain it must have been[Original at Yale. Also 1 leaf of copy typed by Violet Hunt]

  53  
Conrad, Joseph AL[photocopy]S to Ford
Pent Farm; My dear Ford, I can't express how sorry we are for the horrors accumulating upon your devoted head [Original at Yale. Also 1 leaf of copy typed by Violet Hunt]

  53  
Conrad, Joseph AL[telegram] to Ford
[Pent Farm] How is Elsie today Letter received writing this post [Original at Yale]

  53  
Conrad, Joseph TL[copy] to Ford
[Pent Farm?] My dear Ford, I send you here L10, pray credit me with it as against Interest and Rent;

  53  
Conrad, Joseph AL[photocopy,telegram]S to Ford
[Pent Farm] Bismallab the sheik of Caravan hopes reach oasis of El Rhayah at 4.30[Original at Yale. Also 1 leaf of copy typed by Violet Hunt]

  53  
Conrad, Joseph AL[photocopy]S to Ford
[Pent Farm] My dear Ford, Thank Elsie for her letter which for all she says, was charming [Original at Yale. Also 1 leaf of copy typed by Violet Hunt]

  53  
Conrad, Joseph AL[photocopy]S to Ford
Pent Farm; Carissimo Ford, I've been very much so-so (like Kip's stories really are) [Original at Yale. Also 1 leaf of copy typed by Violet Hunt]

  53  
Conrad, Joseph AL[photocopy]S to Ford
Pent Farm; My dear Ford, I send you this as directed by the author. Things are bad with me. [Original at Yale. Also 1 leaf of copy typed by Violet Hunt]

  53  
Conrad, Joseph AL[photocopy]S to Ford
Pent Farm; My dear Ford, I just only begin to pick up. I had two days in bed. As it was to be expected [Original at Yale. Also 1 leaf of copy typed by Violet Hunt]

  53  
Conrad, Joseph AL[photocopy]S to Ford
Pent Farm; Dearest Ford, How are you? Have you slept? I send you the proofs with my suggestions [Original at Yale. Also 1 leaf of copy typed by Violet Hunt]

  53  
Conrad, Joseph AL[photocopy]S to Ford
Pent Farm; Dearest Ford, I am sorry for your worries. Tell the Padrona I feel deeply for her [Original at Yale. Also 1 leaf of copy typed by Violet Hunt]

  53  
Conrad, Joseph AL[photocopy]S to Ford
[Pent Farm] My dear Ford, I am sending the revise[sic] on to Beccles by this same post [Original at Yale. Also 1 leaf of copy typed by Violet Hunt]

  53  
Conrad, Joseph AL[photocopy]S to Ford
Pent Farm; My dear Ford, I did not write because I did not have your address. [Original at Yale. Also 1 leaf of copy typed by Violet Hunt]

  53  
Conrad, Joseph AL[photocopy]S to Ford
Pent Farm; Dear Ford, I am awfully grieved to hear of your state. Mine though not identical is just as bad in its way[Original at Yale. Also 1 leaf of copy typed by Violet Hunt]

  53  
Conrad, Joseph AL[photocopy]S to Ford
Pent Farm; My dear Ford, Of course I shall write to Uncle Drum tomorrow Saturday. [Original at Yale. Also 1 leaf of copy typed by Violet Hunt]

  53  
Conrad, Joseph AL[photocopy]S to Ford
Pent Farm; My dear Ford, Don't imagine I have not been thinking of you in all the concern of the sympathy [Original at Yale. Also 1 leaf of copy typed by Violet Hunt]

  53  
Conrad, Joseph AL[photocopy]S to Ford
London; Dearest Fellow, The news in a nutshell is: NMO appeared yesterday is a strangely shy and obscure manner; [Original at Yale. Also 1 leaf of copy typed by Violet Hunt]

  53  
Conrad, Joseph AL[photocopy]S to Ford
London; My dearest Ford, I am bitterly ashamed of my criminal remissness in writing to you [Original at Yale. Also 1 leaf of copy typed by Violet Hunt]

  53  
Conrad, Joseph TL[copy] to Ford
[n.p.] Dearest old Boy, Hurrah for the Soul of London! Brute as I am by nature and training I was touched [Original at British Library. Copy typed by Violet Hunt. Violet Hunt papers.]

  53  
Conrad, Joseph TL[copy] to Ford
Kent; Dearest Ford, I made an effort to communicate with you by Tel; yesterday but after waiting up to the limit [Copy typed by Violet Hunt][Violet Hunt papers.]

  53  
Conrad, Joseph TL[copy] to Ford
Montpellier, France; Tres cher, I am sending you with my love a pretty edition of Emaux et Camees. I don't think you have anything on your shelves [Copy typed by Violet Hunt][Violet Hunt papers.]

  53  
Conrad, Joseph TL[copy] to Ford
[n.p.] Dearest Ford, Jessie's Cookery book is written and quite ready and corrected with general remarks [Original in British Library. Copy typed by Violet Hunt][Violet Hunt papers.]

  53  
Conrad, Joseph TL[copy] to Ford
Kent; Dearest Ford, Don't be angry with me. I did not get on as well as I expected and then to tell the whole silly story [Copy typed by Violet Hunt][Violet Hunt papers.]

  53  
Conrad, Joseph TL[copy] to Ford
Bedfordshire; Dearest Ford, It is as I thought. In many respects - and from an absolute point of judgment [Original in British Library. Copy typed by Violet Hunt][Violet Hunt papers.]

  53  
Conrad, Joseph TL[copy] to Ford
Kent; My dear Ford, I was in town yesterday and at about 12.30 telephoned to the Club asking if you were there. [Copy typed by Violet Hunt][Violet Hunt papers.]

  53  
Conrad, Joseph TL[copy] to Ford
[n.p.] Dearest Ford, Thanks for the book. You know what I think of it in so far as I have been able to express it.[Copy typed by Violet Hunt][Violet Hunt papers.]

  53  
Conrad, Joseph TL[copy] to Ford
[n.p.] Dearest Ford, Voila. The thing ran itself into 6000 words I fear. I am sorry for that stress [Copy typed by Violet Hunt][Violet Hunt papers.]

  53  
Conrad, Joseph TL[copy] to Ford
[n.p.] Dearest Ford, Do come and bring your secretary. Miss H. is going away on Saturday and the room will be vacant [Copy typed by Violet Hunt][Violet Hunt papers.]

  53  
Conrad, Joseph TL[copy] to Ford
[n.p.] Dearest Ford, I have almost lost the hope of seeing you this year here. My foot is very swollen yet [Original in British Library. Copy typed by Violet Hunt][Violet Hunt papers.]

  53  
Conrad, Joseph TL[copy] to Ford
Aldington, Kent; Dear Ford, Thanks for your wire. Jessie is extremely sensible at you never (she affirms) [Copy typed by Violet Hunt][Violet Hunt papers.]

  53  
Conrad, Joseph TL[copy] to Ford
[n.p.] My dear Ford, The number of the E.R. received to-day strikes so far the highest not both as to Letters and Ideas.[Original in NY Public Library. Copy typed by Violet Hunt][Violet Hunt papers.]

  53  
Conrad, Joseph TL[copy] to Ford
[n.p.] My dear Ford, I've finished the No. 4 for you and P. is tying now a copy for the States. [Copy typed by Violet Hunt][Violet Hunt papers.]

  53  
Conrad, Joseph TL[copy] to Ford
[n.p.] Dear Hueffer, If you think I have discredited you and the Review - why then it must be even so. [Copy typed by Violet Hunt][Violet Hunt papers.]

  53  
Conrad, Joseph TL[copy] to Ford
Kent; My dear Ford, I can't tell you how happy we are to know you are at peace at last. Thanks for the Vol. of stories. [Original at NY Public Library. Copy typed by Violet Hunt][Violet Hunt papers.]

  53  
Conrad, Joseph TL[copy] to Ford
Kent; My dear Ford, I was touched by your coongratulatory telegram and yet it migh have been ironic too! [Copy typed by Violet Hunt][Violet Hunt papers.]

  53  
Conrad, Joseph TL[copy] to Ford
Kent; My dear Ford, You may find it hardly credible, but it's a fact I did not read your article in the E.R. till yesterday.[Original in NY Public Library. Copy typed by Violet Hunt][Violet Hunt papers.]

  53  
Conrad, Joseph TL[copy] to Ford
Kent; My dear Ford, We can't leave Hope very well alone and Miss Tobin had announced herself for Friday. [Copy typed by Violet Hunt][Violet Hunt papers.]

  53  
Conrad, Joseph TL[copy] to Ford
Kent; My dear Ford, I don't know if I ought to encourage you to come into a house full of flu'. [Copy typed by Violet Hunt][Violet Hunt papers.]

  53  
Conrad, Joseph TL[copy] to Ford
Kent; My dear Ford, I thought your very good and considerate letter ever. I owe you capital L100 and interest [Original in British Libraray. Copy typed by Violet Hunt][Violet Hunt papers.]

  53  
Conrad, Joseph TL[copy] to Ford
Kent; My dear Hueffer, I answer you at once to say that I feel honoured by your trust. I do think however [Copy typed by Violet Hunt][Violet Hunt papers.]

  53  
Conrad, Joseph TL[copy] to Ford
Kent; Tres Cher, Many thanks for the book which is excellent and super excellent: even to the point of making me uneasy [Copy typed by Violet Hunt][Violet Hunt papers.]

  53  
Conrad, Joseph TL[copy] to Ford
Kent; Dear Ford, Jessie has been ransacking all the drawers for the address of a man called de Smiet [Copy typed by Violet Hunt; 2nd copy of 2 leaves][Violet Hunt papers.]

  53  
Conrad, Joseph TL[copy] to Ford
[n.p.] Dear Ford, We were glad to hear from you to-day. What ever happens you would have put up a jolly good try. [Copy typed by Violet Hunt][Violet Hunt papers.]

  53  
Conrad, Joseph TL[copy] to Ford
Kent; My dear Ford, We are very much distressed at your news. I am sending this word to your battilion [Copy typed by Violet Hunt][Violet Hunt papers.]

  53  
Conrad, Joseph TL[copy] to Ford
Kent; My dear Ford, I can't say all I ought to thank you for your letter because I've a bad writst. [Copy typed by Violet Hunt][Violet Hunt papers.]

  53  
Conrad, Joseph TL[copy] to Ford
Bishopsbourne; Dear Hueffer, The matter of the inclusion of Romance (which is a fact)[Copy typed by Violet Hunt; notarized Aug.2, 1929][Violet Hunt papers.]

  53  
Conrad, Joseph AL[photocopy] to Christina Hueffer (Mother Mary Matthew
Pent Farm; Dear Xina, This purse is modest and suitable more to my nodest means than to your native splendor [Original at Yale. Copy typed by Violet Hunt.]

  53  
Conrad, Joseph AL[photocopy] to Elsie (Martindale) Hueffer
Orlestone; Dear Senora, Don't send this MS to me. I am in the throes the agonies and the deliriums of a book-end. [Original at Yale. 1 leaf copy typed by Violet Hunt.]

  53  
Conrad, Joseph AL[photocopy] to Elsie (Martindale) Hueffer
London; Dear Elsie, Pray read this letter before you send it to Ford. On my word of honour [Original at Yale. 1 leaf copy typed by Violet Hunt.]

  53  
Conrad, Joseph AL[photocopy] to Elsie (Martindale) Hueffer
Pent Farm; My dear Elsie, I am sending you and Ford my caricature by Jacob of Sandgate -- Artiste Photographe --[Original at Yale. 1 leaf copy typed by Violet Hunt.]

  53  
Conrad, Joseph AL[photocopy] to Elsie (Martindale) Hueffer
Pent Farm; Dear Elsie, Impossible to come. Jessie hard up with Tempre and pains [Original at Yale. 1 leaf copy typed by Violet Hunt.]

  53  
Conrad, Joseph AL[copy] to Elsie (Martindale) Hueffer
[n.p.] In the intervals of concocting with your husband circumstantial untruths for sale we looked into this mirthful book. [Hand written by Katharine (Hueffer) Lamb and enclosed with her letter of 1.7.66 to Arthur Mizener.]

  53  
Conrad, Joseph TL[copy] to Elsie (Martindale) Hueffer
[Pent Farm] Dear Elsie, I'm sorry I've kept the M.S. So long. I had my own awful task [Copy typed by Violet Hunt.]

  53  
Conrad, Joseph AL[photocopy] to Elsie (Martindale) Hueffer
[Pent Farm] Cara e Illustrissima Padrona! It is very lovely to have you both here with the young woman [Original at Yale. 1 leaf copy typed by Violet Hunt.]

  53  
Conrad, Joseph AL[photocopy] to Elsie (Martindale) Hueffer
Pent Farm; Dear Senora, My sincerest congratulations. It is indeed a first rate translation [Copy typed by Violet Hunt.]

  53  
Conrad, Joseph AL[photocopy] to Elsie (Martindale) Hueffer
Pent Farm; Dear Senora, I have suggested on the proof No. 2 everything that occurred to me as improvement. [Copy typed by Violet Hunt.]

  53  
Conrad, Joseph TL[copy] to Elsie (Martindale) Hueffer
Pent Farm; Dear Auntie Elsie, I write instead of Jess not to miss this post as she was too busy yesterday [Original at Yale. 1 leaf copy typed by Violet Hunt.]

  53  
Conrad, Joseph TL[copy] to Elsie (Martindale) Hueffer
Pent Farm;Dear Auntie Elsie, I write the obligatory letter for Jessie, who besides entertaining Jack is harbouring a great ache in her heel [Copy typed by Violet Hunt.]

  53  
Conrad, Joseph AL[photocopy] to Elsie (Martindale) Hueffer
Pent Farm; Dear Auntie Elsie, Following your admirable directions we had an easy drive home [Original at Yale. 1 leaf copy typed by Violet Hunt.]

  53  
Conrad, Joseph AL[photocopy] to Elsie (Martindale) Hueffer
Pent Farm; Dear Senora, Pardon the delay. I've not yet delivered the book form. [Original at Yale. 1 leaf copy typed by Violet Hunt.]

  53  
Conrad, Joseph TL[copy] to Elsie (Martindale) Hueffer
Pent Farm; Mu dear Elsie, I snatch the first piece of paper to hand. We've been to London and had a week [Original at Colgate. 1 leaf copy typed by Violet Hunt.]

  53  
Conrad, Joseph AL[photocopy] to Elsie (Martindale) Hueffer
Kent; My dear Senora, I ought to have answered your letter before this; [Original at Yale.]

  53  
Conrad, Joseph AL[photocopy] to Elsie (Martindale) Hueffer
Hythe, Kent; My dear Senora, I ought to have answered your letter before this; [Second copy of 114][Original at Yale.]

  53  
Conrad, Joseph AL[photocopy] to Elsie (Martindale) Hueffer
Pent Farm; My dear Elsie, Jess is gone to London, to see the last of her brother. [Original at Yale. 1 leaf copy typed by Violet Hunt.]

  53  
Conrad, Joseph TL[copy] to Elsie (Martindale) Hueffer
Pent Farm; My dear Elsie, I've been feeling ill too. I feel ill yet tho' I've managed to hobble downstairs [Original at Yale.Copy typed by Violet Hunt.]

  53  
Conrad, Joseph AL[photocopy] to Elsie (Martindale) Hueffer
Pent Farm; My dear Elsie, I trust you were not too tired, and that you did not get wet. [Original at Yale. 1 leaf copy typed by Violet Hunt.]

  53  
Conrad, Joseph AL[photocopy] to Elsie (Martindale) Hueffer
Pent Farm; Dear Senora, Thanks for your letter. Do please send me Ford's present address. [Original at Yale. 1 leaf copy typed by Violet Hunt.]

  53  
Conrad, Joseph AL[photocopy] to Elsie (Martindale) Hueffer
Pent Farm; Dearest Senora, I am so sorry you had to write. Well, I've done writing at last! [Original at Yale. 1 leaf copy typed by Violet Hunt.]

  53  
Conrad, Joseph AL[photocopy] to Elsie (Martindale) Hueffer
London; My dear Elsie, Do come to lunch if you can. We'll wait till 1.30 unless you wire the hour [Original at Yale. 1 leaf copy typed by Violet Hunt.]

  53  
Conrad, Joseph TL[copy] to Elsie (Martindale) Hueffer
London; Dear Elsie, We were delighted to get your P.C. from the Channel. We hope the passage was good [Original at British Library. Copy typed by Violet Hunt.][Violet Hunt papers]

  53  
Conrad, Joseph envelope to Elsie (Martindale) Hueffer
[Addressed to Mrs. Hueffer]

  53  
Conrad, Joseph TL[copy] to Elsie (Martindale) Hueffer
Switzerland; Dear Elsie, Thanks for your good letter. It is pleasant to know one is missed. [Copy typed by Violet Hunt. Violet Hunt papers]

  53  
Conrad, Joseph TL[copy] to Elsie (Martindale) Hueffer
[n.p.] My dear Elsie, With our greatest love and thanks for your touching offer we should not ask you to come here[Copy typed by Violet Hunt. Violet Hunt papers]

  53  
Conrad, Joseph AL[photocopy] to Elsie (Martindale) Hueffer
Luton; Dearest Sonora, May this new year bring you health is our most ardent wish. [Original at Yale. 1 leaf copy typed by Violet Hunt.]

  53  
Conrad, Joseph TL[copy] to Elsie (Martindale) Hueffer
Someries; Illustrissima Senora, Since I am honoured by your permission to offer you my works, [Copy typed by Violet Hunt.]

  53  
Conrad, Joseph TL[copy] to Elsie (Martindale) Hueffer
[n.p.] Dearest Elsie, Thanks for your very charming and very friendly letter which is much more than I deserve [Copy typed by Violet Hunt.]

  53  
Conrad, Joseph AL[photocopy] to Elsie (Martindale) Hueffer
Capel House; My dear Senora, We have been very much startled at your news. We do hope all is well with you now [Original at Yale. 1 leaf copy typed by Violet Hunt.]

  53  
Conrad, Joseph AL[telegram,photocopy] to Elsie (Martindale) Hueffer
Hythe; May Borys fetch you all for tea [Original at Yale.]

  53  
Conrad, Joseph AL[photocopy] to Elsie (Martindale) Hueffer
Kent; My dear Elsie, I found your letter on my return home yesterday. We were under the impression [Original at Yale. 1 leaf copy typed by Violet Hunt.]

  53  
Conrad, Joseph TL[copy] to Violet Hunt
Orlestone; Dear Mrs. Hueffer, Many thanks for the delicious oranges. It is very charming of you to remember us [Copy typed by Violet Hunt.]

  53  
Conrad, Joseph TL[copy] to Violet Hunt
Orlestone; Dearr Mr. Hueffer, Jessie is out with the kids calling and it does not look as though she were coming home before post-time. [Original in British Library. Copy typed by Violet Hunt.]

  53  
Conrad, Joseph TL[copy] to Violet Hunt
Orlestone; Dear Mrs. Hueffer, Many thanks for paper and your delightful letter. I am glad Ford has forgiven [Copy typed by Violet Hunt.]

  53  
Conrad, Joseph TL[copy] to Violet Hunt
Orlestone; Chere Madame et Confrere, Infinite thanks for the honour and for the book. The copy having reached me two days ago [Copy typed by Violet Hunt. Violet Hunt papers]

  53  
Conrad, Joseph TL[copy] to Violet Hunt
Ashford, Kent; Dear Mrs. Hueffer, We are very sorry to hear the bad news. Let us hope it will be nothing serious. [Copy typed by Violet Hunt. Violet Hunt papers]

  53  
Conrad, Joseph TL[copy] to Violet Hunt
Kent; Dear Mrs. Hueffer, I am extremely sensible to the honour you are heaping on my head [Copy typed by Violet Hunt.]

  53  
Conrad, Joseph TL[copy] to Violet Hunt
Kent; Dear Mrs. Hueffer, Many thanks for your commendatory letter. It has given me special pleasure [Copy typed by Violet Hunt. Violet Hunt papers]

  53  
Conrad, Joseph TL[copy] to Violet Hunt
Kent; Dear Mrs. Hueffer, Would you kindly re-direct my letter to Ford. They have mislaid for me his exact address [Copy typed by Violet Hunt. Violet Hunt papers]

  53  
Conrad, Joseph TL[copy] to Violet Hunt
Kent; Dear Mrs. Hueffer, There is an adverse fate. We came up to London and I was just about to ask you [Copy typed by Violet Hunt. Violet Hunt papers]

  54  
D., S. W. ALS to Violet Hunt
London; My dear Violet, It is a very pretty article, but as you have written it, there is no reason [Violet Hunt papers]

  54  
Dahlberg, Edward TLS to Janice Biala
New York; Dear Janice Ford: It was very good to see both of you before you left for Paris.

  54  
Dahlberg, Edward TLS to Ford
New York; My dear Ford: Many thanks for the manuscript that you sent me. I have been thinking about it

  54  
Dahlberg, Edward TLS to Ford
New York; Dear Ford Madox Ford: I was very hurt by your coldness yesterday. I do not pursue people,

  54  
Dahlberg, Edward TLS to Ford
New York; Dear Ford: Thanks for your letter. Believe me, you are, at least, a little unjust, if for the only reason

  54  
Dahlberg, Edward TLS to Ford
New York; My dear, Good Ford,- Charles Olson gave me your message, war, edenic mead to me.

  54  
Dahlberg, Edward TLS to Ford
New York; Dear Ford: I would have written you sooner to thank you, deeply, for the very good evening; but I have been ailing, very.

  54  
The Daily Herald [printed copy] "Monstrous Story About the King"
London [Anecdote recounted by Ford in "Return to Yesterday".]

  54  
The Daily Mail [printed copy] "Mrs. Madox Hueffer. 300 [pounds] Damages"
London; [Concerns the law suit brought against "The Throne" for calling Violet Hunt, Mrs. Ford Madox Hueffer, by Elsie (Martindale) Hueffer.]

  54  
The Daily Mail TLS to Ford
London; Dear Sir, I thank you for your letter but regret that we cannot undertake to publish the article [Signed R.J. Prew]

  54  
The Daily Mail TLS to Arthur Mizener
London; Dear Professor Mizener, Your letter concerning Ford Madox Hueffer's association with the Daily Mail "Books" [Signed S. G. Pryor]

  54  
The Daily Mirror [transcription] "Author Weds: Mr. Ford Madox Hueffer Married Abroad to Well-Known Lady Novelist"
[Katharine (Hueffer) Lamb transcribed article of an interview given by Ford in Belgium regarding his recent marriage to Violet Hunt.]

  54  
The Daily Mirror TLS to Ford
London; Dear Sir, You may perhaps be aware that there is a story going about concerning yourself, [Signed J.Maintuorres] {Violet Hunt papers]

  54  
Daily Telegraph TLS to Ford
London; Dear Sir, I thank you for your letter of the 13th instant. [Signed Arthur G. Waterman]

  54  
Daily Telegraph TLS to Katharine Hueffer Lamb
Dear Madam, I have much pleasure in sending you an invitation to the unveiling of a plaque to your father, [Signed Kenneth Young]

  54  
Dalmas, Sophie ALS to Elsie Martindale Hueffer
Lucerne; My dear Elsi, As I do not know any other place to address you I send by way of Brook Green

  54  
Danclos, M. TM[draft] Memoir of Ford
[n.p.] J'apercus Ford Madox Ford pour la premiere fois a Flemington, [Text in Frech with a few notations in hand. A note by Janice Biala identifies the author. Not in Harvey.]

  54  

This item taken from Box 54 and recataloged to Box 91, folder 86.5.

  54  
Darley, Cumberland & Co.. TL[copy] to Ford
London; Dear Mr. Ford, We received your letter on which we have taken our Client's instructions.

  54  
Darley, Cumberland & Co.. TLS to Ford
London; Dear Mr. Ford, We think you may be interested to learn that Mrs. Elsie Hueffer has arranged to sell

  54  
Darley, Cumberland & Co.. TLS to Ford
London; Dear Mr. Ford, As asked by your letter received today we write to say that we have seen the books

  54  
Darley, Cumberland & Co.. TLS to Ford
London; We received your letter on which we have taken our Client's instructions.

  54  
Darley, Cumberland & Co..TL[envelope] to Katharine Lamb
London [Addressed to Mrs. Katharine Lamb]

  54  
Darley, Cumberland & Co.. TL[copy]S to Hamish Hamilton
London; Dear Mr. Hamilton, I duly received your letter of the 3rd instant [Signed R. Garnett]

  54  
Darley Cumberland & Co. TLS to Arthur Mizener
London; Dear Sir, Thank you for your letter of the 28th December, and a few days previously [Signed P[atrick] S. Garnett]

  54  
Darley Cumberland & Co. TLS to Arthur Mizener
London; Dear Professor Mizener, Many thanks for your letter of the 1st July and I shall, [Signed Patrick S. Garnett]

  54  
Dartmouth College Library TL[copy] to Joseph Brewer
Hanover, NH; Dear Joe: I was interested in seeing this morning your picture and that of Ford Madox Ford [Signed Harold G. Rugg]

  54  
Dausoigne, Pauline [Printed] Death Notice
[Death notice sent to Margaret Raine Hunt & Violet Hunt] [Violet Hunt papers]

  54  
Davidson, Natalie TLS to Janice Biala
Boulder; Dear Biala: Your delightful note called for reply months ago,

  54  
Bavis & Orioli TLS to Violet Hunt
London; Dear Madame/ We hear from our assistant that you have some interesting first editions that you may dispose of [Rare Book dealers. Include their self addressed, stamped envelope.] [Violet Hunt papers]

  54  
Davison, Edward ALS to Arthur Mizener
New York; Dear Mr. Mizener. I am back here at home, convalescent now (except for a bout with the gout0

  54  
Davison, Edward TLS to Arthur Mizener
New York; Dear Mr. Mizener: Here I am, at last, a bit out of breath and very apologetic,

  54  
Davison, Edward TLS to Arthur Mizener
New York; Dear Mr. Mizener: I am most gratified that my letter about Ford pleased you

  54  
Davison, Peter TLS to Arthur Mizener
Boston; Dear Mr. Mizener: Mike Curtis has kindly shown me your letter to him of June 14

  54  
Davison, Rose (Landver) TLS to Arthur Mizener
New York; Dear Mr. Mizener: My husband has been troubled at his failure to answer your previous letters

  54  
Davray, Henry D. TL[copy] to Violet Hunt
[Paris] Mademoiselle et cher Confrere, Vous devez me juger singulierement "mufle", si j'ose; [Typed by Hunt][Violet Hunt papers]

  54  
John Day Company TLS to Ford
New York; Dear Mr. Ford, I have considered very carefully, and have discussed with my assoicates, the interesting proposal [Signed Richard J. Walsh]

  54  
De La Mare, Walter John ALS to Ford
London; Dear Hueffer/ You probably have all the names that offhand suggest themselves to me.

  54  
Delteil, Joseph ALS to Ford
Toulon; Cher monsieur et ami/ J'attendais de vous voir retourner ici pour vous faire part de la reponse de Stock.

  54  
De Montalvo, Evaristo V. ALS to Ford
Oteen,NC; Dear Sir: Your very interesting article appearing in "The American Mercury" for August

  54  
Denmare, Hon.' & Rev. L.W. [Envelope]
[Included in some papers of George Peacock] [Violet Hunt papers]

  54  
J.M. Dent & Sons Ltd. TLS to Stella Bowen
Letchworth, Herts. Dear Madam, We have your letter of October 29th [Includes two royalty statements; On verso is ALS to Stella Bowen from Julie Loewe, n.d.] [ Julian Loewe papers]

  54  
J.M. Dent & Sons, Ltd. ALS to Ford
London; Dear Ford, Sorry to have missed seeing you. I talked to Hung Dent to-day [Signed Ernest Rhys]

  54  
J.M. Dent & Sons, Ltd. ALS to Ford
London; Dear Ford, Dent gave me you scheme for a "History of Our Own Time" to look at [Signed Ernest Rhys]

  54  
Derwent, George Harcourt Johnston, baron ALS to Violet Hunt
Yorkshire; Dear Mrs. Hueffer- How nice of you to send the charming Anthology -- just what I like --[Violet Hunt papers]

  54  
The Dial Press [Printed] March of Literature promotional material
New York; [PR letter and postcard to the Book Trade]

  54  
The Dial Press TLS to Ford
New York; Dear Mr. Ford: I hope that your western trip is proving all that you expected, [Signed Grenville Vernon]

  54  
The Dial Press TLS to Ford
New York; New York; Dear Mr. Ford: I am truly delighted with what you have sent me. I believe you are writing [Signed Grenville Vernon]

  54  
The Dial Press TLS to Ford
New York; Dear Mr. Ford: I have received the chapters and am as enthusiastic about them as ever [Signed Grenville Vernon]

  54  
The Dial Press TLS to Ford
New York; Dear Mr. Ford: We will try if possible to bring out the book on April 25 [Signed Grenville Vernon]

  54  
The Dial Press TLS to Ford
New York; My dear Ford: The subconscious evidently betrayed me. I apparently wrote "The March of Time" [Signed Grenville Vernon]

  54  
The Dial Press TLS to Ford
New York; Dear Ford: The last page I have is 319 and the last line is: "He that never loved [Signed Grenville Vernon]

  54  
The Dial Press TLS to Ford
New York; My dear Ford: I don't feel that we can make two volumes of the book because of sales [Signed Grenville Vernon]

  54  
The Dial Press TLS to Ford
New York; Dear Mr. Ford: I am sending you in a day or two a set of sheets of the HISTORY OF THE SCANDANAVIAN LITERATURES [Signed Grenville Vernon]

  54  
The Dial Press TLS to Ford
New York; My dear Ford: I am very grateful to you for being so frank in your letter about the lady's doubts [Signed Grenville Vernon]

  54  
The Dial Press TLS to Ford
New York; Dear Mr. Ford: Mr. Vernon felt it advisable to turn over to me your letter of April 27th [Signed Burton C. Hoffman]

  54  
The Dial Press TLS to Ford
New York; Dear Mr. Ford: Thank you for your note of May 5th in reply to mine. I am delighted with your reaction [Signed Burton C. Hoffman]

  54  
The Dial Press TLS to Ford
New York; Dear Mr. Ford: I have spoken to two of the leading lecture agents in the last two days and I definitely feel that Lee Keedick is the man [Signed Grenville Vernon]

  54  
The Dial Press TLS to Ford
New York; My dear Ford: I am delighted that Mrs. Pickard is sending us her novel [Signed Grenville Vernon]

  54  
The Dial Press TLS to Ford
New York; Dear Mr. Ford: Thank you so much for sending the chapters of the History. I have read them [Signed Grenville Vernon]

  54  
The Dial Press TLS to Ford
New York; Dear Mr. Ford: Do you recall the life portrait of you don in pencil by Georges Schreiber, [Signed Burton C. Hoffman]

  54  
The Dial Press TLS to Ford
New York; Dear Mr. Ford: No wonder Stanley Unwin writes to you that it is a privilege to be permitted to publish [Signed Grenville Vernon]

  54  
The Dial Press TLS to Ford
New York; Dear Mr. Ford: Thank you for your note containing your brief biographical outline. [Signed Burton C. Hoffman]

  54  
The Dial Press TLS to Ford
New York;My dear Ford: Your letter regarding the title has given us all a lot to think about [Signed Grenville Vernon]

  54  
The Dial Press TLS to Ford
New York; My dear Ford: I think that the illustrations from you history of Paris might prove very valuable. [Signed Grenville Vernon]

  54  
The Dial Press TLS to Ford
New York; Dear Mr. Ford: Mr. Vernon, who has just left for his vacation has turned over your letter of June 30th to me, [Signed Burton C. Hoffman]

  54  
The Dial Press TLS to Ford
New York; Dear Mr. Ford: Enclosed under this cover I am sending you a copy of a letter [Signed Burton C. Hoffman]

  54  
The Dial Press TLS to Ford
New York; My dear Ford: Owing to your belief in Mr. Ballbach's novel, we have decided to reconsider [Signed Grenville Vernon]

  54  
The Dial Press TLS to Ford
New York; Dear Mr. Ford: The various material and the various information for which I have asked you has by now all arrived [Signed Burton C. Hoffman]

  54  
The Dial Press TLS to Ford
New York; Dear Mr. Ford: I am sending you today, under separate cover, a duplicate set of the galley proofs [Signed Burton C. Hoffman]

  54  
The Dial Press TLS to Ford
New York; My Dear Ford: I can understand perfectly your position in regard to the cuts, [Signed Grenville Vernon]

  54  
The Dial Press TLS to Ford
New York; Dear Mr. Ford: Mr. Vernon has informed me of the conversation he had with you on the phone this morning. [Signed Burton C. Hoffman]

  54  
The Dial Press TLS to Ford
New York; Dear Mr. Ford: Under this same cover goes to you the last of the galley proofs [Signed Burton C. Hoffman]

  54  
The Dial Press TL[telegram] to Ford
New York; Corneille atrocity sheer vandalism stop I heartily sympathize your attitude stop [Signed Hoffman]

  54  
The Dial Press TLS to Ford
New York; Dear Mr. Ford: I am returning to you under this cover the portion of galley 214 [Signed Burton C. Hoffman]

  54  
The Dial Press TLS to Ford
New York; Dear Mr. Ford: I have not written you in several days because nothing of any importance has come up [Signed Burton C. Hoffman]

  54  
The Dial Press TLS to Ford
New York; Dear Mr. Ford: Your note of the 23rd received and I am glad that you agree with us in having employed a professional indexer [Signed Burton C. Hoffman]

  54  
The Dial Press TLS to Ford
New York; Dear Mr. Ford: We now have finished copies on hand of THE MARCH OF LITERATURE [Signed Burton C. Hoffman]

  54  
The Dial Press TLS to Ford
New York; Dear Mr. Fored: Confirming our previous conversations on the subject, [Signed Burton C. Hoffman]

  54  
The Dial Press TLS to Ford
New York; Dear Mr. Ford: Confirming my telephone conversation with you of this afternoon, [Signed Burton C. Hoffman]

  54  
The Dial Press TLS to Ford
New York; Dear Mr. Ford: I have your note of March 9 with regard to the manuscripts of Wendall Wilcox. [Signed Burton C. Hoffman]

  54  
Dick, L. ALS to Ford Madox Brown
Rome: My dear Brown/ How often has your image flitted before my fancy since I left London!

  54  
Dilke, Sir Charles Wentworth AL[fragment]S
[n.p.] ... as the seats rapidly fill and we are obliged to make it a rule not to issue platform tickets [Violet Hunt papers]

  54  
Dilke, Sir Charles Wentworth to Alfred Hunt
London; My dear Sir, Many thanks for your letter. I will bear it in mind. [Violet Hunt papers]

  54  
Dillor, C. G. [Drawings] of Andrew & Sarah Hunt
[Portraits of Violet Hunt's grandparents on their wedding day. [Violet Hunt papers]

  54  
Dlew, G. B. ALS to {Gerald W.] Jemderspm
London; Dear Henderson. Having uncovered the enclosed letter, I find I am very able to answer one of the questions [Violet Hunt]

  54  
Dolleymore, Kenneth V. TLS to Violet Hunt
London; Dear Mrs. Hueffer, Miss Mayne has now returned to me the copy engrssment of your new Will, [With newspaper clipping announcing death of Mr. S. M. Ellis.]

  54  
Dolleymore, Kenneth V. TLS to Violet Hunt
London; Dear Mrs. Hueffer, I have received your letter enclosing one you have received from Mr. Ellis,

  54  
Doolittle, Hilda ALS to Ford
London; Forgive me, dear Ford, for not having wired my thanks at once.

  54  
Doolittle, Hilda TLS to Ford
Switzerland; Dear Ford, I am sending this letter to Sylvia Beach to forward as I have no idea of where to find you.

  54  
Doolittle, Hilda TLS to Ford
Switzerland; Dear Ford, This is by way of a post-script to a letter I sent to Paris some days ago,

  54  
Doolittle, Hilda TLS to Ford
London; Dear Ford, I must apologize for writing to you again.

  54  
Doolittle, Hilda TLS to Ford
London; Dear Ford, R. Writes he has seen you. I do hope you have given him the poems.

  54  
Doolittle, Hilda TL[postcard]S to Ford
Vevey; The letter has only just come. I think Mrs. Harold Monro

  54  
Doolittle, Hilda TLS to Ford
Switzerland; Dear Ford, Thank you for your letter. I am answering at once.

  54  
Doolittle, Hilda TLS to Violet Hunt
Switzerland; Dearest Violet, We are all so terribly happy about your book

  54  
Doubleday, Doran & Co. TLS to Ford
Gardemn City; Dear Mr. Ford: I just want to drop you a line to say that a literary note has been sent - [Signed Russell Doubleday]

  54  
Doubleday, Doran & Co. TLS to Ford
Garden City; Dear Mr. Ford: We attempted to renew your name the U.S.A. copyright covering your book [Signed M. Powers]

  54  
Doubleday, Doran & Co. TLS to Ford
Garden City; Dear Mr. Ford: My apologies for not replying more quickly to your letter of the 12th. [Signed Russell Doubleday]

  54  
Doubleday, Doran & Co. TLS to Ford
New York; Dear Mr. Ford: It was kind of you to quote from the letter you had from Dorothy Speare [Signed Nelson Doubleday] [Draft of reply on verso]

  54  
Douglas, George ALS to Ford
Kelso; Dear Sir/ I have been much interested in reading what you have been telling us of Galsworthy,

  54  
Douglas, Norman ALS to Violet Hunt
London; According to our books, the following amounts have been paid [Statement of English Review payments for 1910, 1911, 1912]

  54  
Douglas, Norman TLS to Ford
London; Dear Hueffer, Mrs. Lee-Hamilton (Annie E. Holdsworth) has just called [On English Review stationary]

  54  
Douglas, Norman ALS to Violet Hunt
Florence; Dear Violet Hunt, I was so glad to hear from you the other day.

  54  
Dreiser, Helen (Patges) Richardson ALS to Janice Biala
[New York?] Dear Mrs. Ford: We could come to dinner any night of the week of Jan. 18th.

  54  
Dreiser, Helen (Patges) Richardson ALS to Janice Biala
[New York?] Dear Janice: There is only one reason why we may not be able to come on Friday to the dinner

  54  
Dreiser, Helen (Patges) Richardson ALS to Janice Biala
[New York?] Dear Janice: I am sorry that I did not get to your exhibition Thursday. I had to go to the country

  54  
Dreiser, Theodore ALS to Ford
New York; Dear Ford: I mentioned setting up a studio to which - once it was shaped up -

  54  
Dreiser, Theodore ALS to Ford
New York; Dear Madox Ford: Certainly if I can make it. The object (with prejudice to Mr. F[?])

  54  
Dreiser, Theodore TLS to Ford
New York; My dear Ford: It's fine to have a letter from you, but I'm sorry about the bad heart.

  54  
Dreiser, Theodore TLS to Ford
New York; Dear Ford: How are you? The last time you wrote, you were not expecially well,

  54  
Dreiser, Theodore TLS to Ford
New York; Dear Ford: Yes, the trouble come about by not putting "c/o The American Spectator"

  54  
Dreiser, Theodore ALS to Ford
Mount Kisco; Dear Ford: There is no one I would rather see than you.

  54  
Dreiser, Theodore TLS to Ford
Los Angeles; Dear Ford,- Very shortly after you stopped in at the House at Mt. Kisco, I came out here.

  54  
Dreiser, Theodore TLS to Janice Biala
New York; Dear Bianca Biala, Unfortunately, at the time you spoke of the interpretation of your pictures

  54  
Gerald Duckworth & Co., Ltd. TL Statements of Ford Account
[Statements of royalty from Sep. 30, 1925 through Oct. 31, 1929]

  54  
Gerald Duckworth & Co., Ltd. TL[copy] to J. B. Pinker & Sons
London; Dear Sirs, It has occurred to us to approach the Book Society to see wheher they would assist us [Signed Thomas Balston]

  54  
Gerald Duckworth & Co., Ltd. TL[copy] to William A. Brandley
London; Dear Mr. Bradley, "Mr. Bosphorus & The Muses" We have a stock of about 800 copies of this book [Un signed Gerald Duckworth]

  54  
Gerald Duckworth & Co., Ltd. TLS to William A. Brandley
London; Dear Mr. Bradley, We are enclosing a copy of a letter we have received [Letter enclosed; Signed Gerald Duckworth]

  54  
Gerald Duckworth & Co., Ltd. TL[copy] to William A. Brandley
London; My dear Bradley, Many thanks for your letter with regard to Ford. [Signed Gerald Duckworth]

  54  
Gerald Duckworth & Co., Ltd. TL[copy] to Edward Crankshaw
London; Dear Sir, In reply to your letter of November 9th; [Signed Gerald Duckworth]

  54  
Gerald Duckworth & Co., Ltd. TLS to Ford
London; My dear Ford, Many thanks for your letter. I got the MS. to-day [Signed Gerald Duckworth]

  54  
Gerald Duckworth & Co., Ltd. TLS to Ford
London; My dear Ford, Many thanks for your letter of December 13th. [Signed Gerald Duckworth]

  54  
Gerald Duckworth & Co., Ltd. TLS to Ford
London; Dear Ford, The printer points out to us that fo. 147 of this MS. is missing [Signed Gerald Duckworth]

  54  
Gerald Duckworth & Co., Ltd. TLS to Ford
London; My dear Ford, Two sets of proofs (pages 1-96) of "A Mirror to France" are being sent you [Signed Gerald Duckworth]

  54  
Gerald Duckworth & Co., Ltd. TLS to Ford
London; My dear Ford, Thanks very much for the missing page of "A Mirror to France" to hand this morning. [Signed Gerald Duckworth]

  54  
Gerald Duckworth & Co., Ltd. TLS to Ford
London;My dear Ford, We have received the passed proofs of signatures 15 to the end [Signed Gerald Duckworth]

  54  
Gerald Duckworth & Co., Ltd. TLS to Ford
London; My dear Ford, Many thanks for your letter of February 6th. [Signed Gerald Duckworth]

  54  
Gerald Duckworth & Co., Ltd. TLS to Ford
London; My dear Ford, Many thanks for your letter of March 27th. [Signed Gerald Duckworth]

  54  
Gerald Duckworth & Co., Ltd. TLS to Ford
London; Dear Sir, In reply to your letter of April 19th, on February 22nd we sent a cheque [Signed Octavius Child]

  54  
Gerald Duckworth & Co., Ltd. TLS to Ford
London; My dear Ford, Many thanks for your letter of May 25th. [Signed Gerald Duckworth]

  54  
Gerald Duckworth & Co., Ltd. TLS to Ford
London; DearSir, In reply to your letter of June 23rd you will find taht we have already paid you [Signed Thomas Balston]

  54  
Gerald Duckworth & Co., Ltd. TLS to Ford
London; My dear Ford, The European Motion Picture Co., Ltd., are enquiring about the film [Signed Gerald Duckworth]

  54  
Gerald Duckworth & Co., Ltd. TLS to Ford
London; My dear Ford, I have your letter of October 23rd with the dedication and am sending herewith a copy [Signed Gerald Duckworth]

  54  
Gerald Duckworth & Co., Ltd. TLS to Ford
London; My dear Ford, I was very glad to get your letter of February 7th [Signed Gerald Duckworth]

  54  
Gerald Duckworth & Co., Ltd. TLS to Ford
London; My dear Ford, I delayed answering your letter of February 14th as I was expecting the formal letter [Signed Gerald Duckworth]

  54  
Gerald Duckworth & Co., Ltd. TLS to Ford
London; Dear Sir, We are in receipt of your letter of February 26th asking uss to terminate the existing contract. [Signed Gerald Duckworth]

  54  
Gerald Duckworth & Co., Ltd. TLS to Ford
London; My dear Ford, Many thanks for your letter and also for the snapshot. [Signed Gerald Duckworth]

  54  
Gerald Duckworth & Co., Ltd. TLS to Arthur Mizener
London; Dear Sir, Thank you for your letter. Gerald Duckworth died in 1936 [Signed Horder]

  54  
Dudeney, Alice TLS to Violet Hunt
Surrey; Dear Miss Hunt, Will you please forgive a typed letter; I so rarely write anything.

  55  
Edel, Joseph Leon TLS to Arthur Mizener
Middletown, Ct.; Dear Arthur Mizener: Rupert Hart-Davis writes me of the great pleasure he had meeting you recently,

  55  
Edel, Joseph Leon TLS to Arthur Mizener
New York; Dear Arthur: (Surely, as fellow-Centurions and confreres, we can be informal). I am delighted

  55  
Edel, Joseph Leon TLS to Arthur Mizener
New York; Dear Arthur: Many thanks for your kind letter. I am a very patient fellow

  55  
Edel, Joseph Leon TLS to Arthur Mizener
New York; Dear Arthur: I am delighted the Ford letters will soon be here. I will transcribe them promptly.

  55  
Edel, Joseph Leon TLS to Arthur Mizener
Chilmark,Mass.; Dear Arthur: Many thanks indeed for the generous gift of the xerox copies

  55  
Edel, Joseph Leon TLS to Arthur Mizener
New York; Dear Arthur: Here are the typescripts of the letters -- some which you do not (I think) have --

  55  
Edel, Joseph Leon TLS to Arthur Mizener
New York; Dear Arthur: I have been slow in answering your nice long letter of last July 2:

  55  
Edel, Joseph Leon TLS to Arthur Mizener
New York; Dear Arthur: Many thanks for your note about your Texas trouvailles.

  55  
Edel, Joseph Leon TLS to Arthur Mizener
Honolulu; Dear Arthur: Thank you for the quotation from Anthony Hope.

  55  
Elgar, Sir Edward AL[telegram]S
Charing Cross; One daughter here other not here. Elgar-

  55  
Eliot, Thomas Stearns TLS to Ford
London; Dear Mr. Ford, Many thanks for your charming letter of the 25th January. [With copy of same letter]

  55  
Eliot, Thomas Stearns ALS to Ford
London; Dear Mr. Ford, I see on looking over our correspondence that I did not make clear that any form [With copy of same letter]

  55  
Eliot, Thomas Stearns TLS to Ford
London; Dear Mr. Ford, I have your card and should have written to you long ago [With copy of same letter]

  55  
Eliot, Thomas Stearns ALS to Ford
London; Dear Ford/ Forgive my intolerable (but [?]) delay. [With copy of same letter]

  55  
Eliot, Thomas Stearns TLS to Ford
London; My dear Ford, In reply to your letter of the 28th of September, [With copy of same letter]

  55  
Eliot, Thomas Stearns TLS to Ford
Cambridge; My dear Ford, I don't think that the publication of Ezra's Cantos in this country, needs any word from me,

  55  
Eliot, Thomas Stearns TLS to Ford
London; My dear Ford, I must apologize for my delay in answering your letter of the 2nd February,

  55  
Eliot, Thomas Stearns TLS to Ford
London; Dear Ford, I have your letter of the 13th August. I did not know that Ezra's Cantos were to be published by Farrar and Rinehart,

  55  
Eliot, Thomas Stearns TLS to Ford
London; Dear Ford, Thanks for your letter of the 29th. I will cetainly try to write something on the voyage

  55  
Eliot, Thomas Stearns TLS to Ford
London; Dear Ford, I am nearly always in town, and if you are going to be here for a little time,

  55  
Eliot, Thomas Stearns TLS to Ford
London; Dear Ford, I am sorry that I am not free the next three days and am going away for the week-end.

  55  
Elledge, Scott ALS to Arthur Mizener
Georgetown,ME; Dear Arthur, It may be a mistake to change the mode of our customary discussions,

  55  
Elliiott, Mary ALS to Mrs. Peacock
Czechoslovakia; My dear Sister/ Anne in her letter last week would give you an account of our journey to this place: [Violet Hunt papers]

  55  
Ellis, Stewart Marsh D Will
London; This is the last Will and Testament of me STEWART MARSH ELLIS [Catalogue of antique items, formerly property of Ellis included][Violet Hunt papers]

  55  
Ellis, Stewart Marsh TLS to Violet Hunt
Surrey; Dear Violet, As we are trying to get this will business into a final settled form [Clipping about Ellis included][Violet Hunt papers]

  55  
The English Review ALS to Ford
London; Sir/ I beg to enclose your certificate for 25 fully paid Shares in the above Company. [Signed M. R. Peters. [Certificate and receipt included]

  55  
Enning, J. B. AL[dragment]S to Violet Hunt
Durham; Dear Violet/ I received the Book you sent last week/ I like most of it [Violet Hunt papers]

  55  
Esherick, Wharton ALS to Ford
Paoli,PA; Dear Ford- It seems a difficult matter to me to refrain from being lost in anger.

  55  
Esherick, Warton ALS to Ford
Paoli,PA; Dear Ford/ Such a fool, me, but I've tried to correct it.

  55  
Esquire TL[telegram] to Ford
Chicago; Sorry but am trying to work out with our publisher objections and possible changes [Signed Arnold Gingrich]

  55  
Esquire TLS to Ford
Chicago; Dear Mr. Ford: I am awfully sorry about the misunderstanding on the climate article. [Signed Arold Gingrich]

  55  
Esquire TLS to Ford
Chicago; Dear Mr. Ford: I have published one novel, although a couple of others have been announced, [Signed Arnold Gingrich]

  55  
Esquire TLS to Ford
Chicago; Dear Mr. Ford: It was very nice seeing you and I will look forward to seeing you again [Signed Arnold Gingrich] [Ford's AL reply on verso.]

  55  
Evans, John to William Greenwell
Hertfordshire; My dear Greenwell/ I got back here on Monday evening but have been very busy ever since

  55  
Eyre & Spottiswoode Ltd. ALS to Stella Bowen
London; Dear Miss Bowen, I wonder if you would most kindly help me? {Signed Mary R. Humphrys][Julian Loewe papers]

  55  
F. AL[postcard] to Violet Hunt-
Buckinghamshire; We end our holiday here to-morrow- Perhaps we shall see you on Thursday night? [Violet Hunt papers]

  55  
F., A. ALS to Violet Hunt
Ambleside; Dear Violet, I have had to lend your book to a friend, and it is full of my notes [Copy typed by Hunt] [Violet Hunt papers]

  55  
Faber & Faber TLS to Ford
London; Dear Mr. Ford, I am sending for your interest a copy of the English edition of XXX CANTOS which we have just published. [Signed F.V. Morley]

  55  
Forlow, A.M. King ALS to Mrs. Wells
Folkstone; Dear Mrs. Wells, I have just been up in the schoolroom, and am so sorry to find I missed you. [With 2 copies of letter, typed by Hunt] [Violet Hunt papers]

  55  
Farrar & Rinehart TLS to Ford
New York;Dear Mr. Ford: John Farrar is on his vacation so your letter has come to me. [Signed Ogden Nash]

  55  
Farrar & Rinehart TLS to Ford
New York; Dear Mr. Ford: The end of December will be alright for the copy on the Ezra Pound testimonials, [Signed Ogden Nash]

  55  
Farrar & Rinehart TLS to Ford
New York; Dear Ford: I thought Nash had sent you a copy of the XXX CANTOS and the pamphlet, [Signed John Farrar]

  55  
Farrar & Rinehart TLS to Ford
New York; Dear Mr. Ford: This is just a not to acknowledge our receipt of the manuscripts [Signed Jean McCulloch]

  55  
Farrar Porter & Co. TLS to Gerald Henderson
London; Dear Gerald, Herewith copy of a letter I have received from Douglas Goldring [Signed N.K.F. Porter]

  55  
Fenwick, E. Harry ALS to [Elsie Martindale Hueffer?]
[London] Dear Madam, There is no doubt that there is a little mischief

  55  
Ferguson, J. A. ALS to Violet Hunt
Sandgate; Dear Violet, I was glad to have your letter, but sorry to hear you were reedy & to infer you are worried. [Violet Hunt papers]

  55  
Ferguson, Rose Cumberbatch ALS to Violet Hunt
[n.p.] Dearest Violet- I can't bear to leave you like this, and I am not going to let you go for the merest acquaintance -- [Violet Hunt papers]

  55  
Ferguson, Rose Cumberbatch ALS to Violet Hunt
Sycamore Cottage; Dearest V, Thank you for your letter, and I want you to understand that I am not going to have Mrs. Jackson to the house [Violet Hunt papers]

  55  
Fields, James Thomas ALS to Friend Niles
Manchester-by-the Sea, Mass.; Friend Niles, It's always dangerous to hold out any inducements to a poet for an American trip

  55  
Finch, Arthur AL[fragment]S
[n.p.] Ever so many thanks. I shall be in Paris early in June. [Violet Hunt papers]

  55  
Finch, Florence Wynne ALS to Arthur Mizener
Middlesborough; Dear Sir- George Marwood has sent me your letter about Ford Madox Ford [With note from Max Saunders, Jan. 27, 1987; anonymous note regarding Margaret Kennedy]

  55  
Finch, Florence Wynne ALS to Arthur Mizener
Middlesborough; Dear Professor Mizener- I was so interested in your tale of Elsie Ford & the Arthur Marwoods

  55  
Fineman, Irving TLS to Ford
Los Angeles; Dear Ford: Many thanks for your kind words about Doctor Addams, which have been forwarded to me.

  55  
Fitzgerald, Menie Muriel Dowie ALS to Violet Hunt
[n.p.] My dear Miss Hunt, Many thanks for the cards for Wednesday. [Violet Hunt papers]

  55  
Fitzgerald, Menie Muriel Dowie ALS to Bertie
[n.p.] My dear Bertie- Just a line to thank you for your letter, & to say that we hope the New Year will bring you better health. [Violet Hunt papers]

  55  
Fitzgerald, Robert TLS to Arthur Mizener
Cambridge; Dear Arthur, I enjoyed your note. I do not know yet how to take my recent beatification,

  55  
Fitzyoung, ? ALS to Violet Hunt
Cornwall; My dear Miss Hunt/ I must tell you what pleasure your new book has given me [Violet Hunt papers]

  55  
Fleming, Albert ALS to Margaret Raine Hunt
Hertfordshire; Dear Mrs. Hunt/ If you go into Mr. Ruskin's affairs at all I expect you will be told that I pushed myself into them [Not original mailing envelope] [Violet Hunt papers]

  55  
Flint, F. S. AL[copy, fragment] to Richard Aldington
London; ... I had a telephone call yesterday, and a voice said, Is that you Flint [Original at University of Texas]

  55  
Flinterfeld, [?] ALS to Ford
Menton, France; Dear Ford/ I am sending this via your publisher together with 23 corrections of printing mistakes [Loewe Collection]

  55  
Fogg Elliot, John Walton AL[telegram]S to Fogg Elliott
[n.p.] Must come tomorrow Tuesday without fail trap meet four train [Violet Hunt papers]

  55  
Fogg Elliot, John Walton ALS toRosamond Fogg Elliott
Durham; My dear Rosamond/ I think you had much better come back at the end of your month - [Copy of letter] [Violet Hunt papers]

  55  
Fogg Elliot, John Walton ALS to Margaret Hunt
Durham; Dear Mrs. Hunt/ I thank you for writing to me. It is a relief to hear that Silvia is out of danger [Violet Hunt papers]

  55  
Fogg Elliot, John Walton ALS to Violet Hunt
Durham; Dear Violet/ I told Sylvia if the children went to town I would not pay any doctors bills [Violet Hunt papers]

  55  
Fogg Elliot, John Walton TL[copy]S to Annie Peacock
[n.p.] My dear Annie/ We have sold a part of Escomb, and I therefore purpose at once making you & Mary to same [Violet Hunt papers]

  55  
Fogg Elliot, Rosamond TL[copy]
Durham; Dearest Rosamund, Since I have been home I have learnt how you have deceived me and I am very, very sorry. [Copy typed by Hunt] [Violet Hunt papers]

  55  
Fogg Elliot, Rosamond ALS to Ford
Durham; My dear Mr. Hueffer. Thank you very very much for the letter - and I will rest content now till you come. [Violet Hunt papers]

  55  
Fogg Elliot, Rosamond ALS to Violet Hunt
[Durham] Please trust me because I am unhappy some times about it. Try once more to trust me [Violet Hunt papers]

  55  
Fogg Elliot, Rosamond TL[copy] to Violet Hunt
[Durham] Dearest Aunt Violet. I certainly understand all about those lights now. The answer to your question is yes. [Violet Hunt papers]

  55  
Fogg Elliot, Rosamond TL[copy, fragment] to Violet Hunt
[Durham] ... more tactful, and I think she is developing wider sympathies. I also see my mistake [Violet Hunt papers]

  55  
Fogg Elliot, Rosamond ALS to Violet Hunt
Durham; Dear Aunt Violet. I don't want to come at all -- Mother is simply worried [Violet Hunt papers]

  55  
Fogg Elliot, Rosamond ALS to Violet Hunt
Durham; My dear Aunt Violet - I can't come at all really, it is my own decision [Violet Hunt papers]

  55  
Fogg Elliot, Rosamond AL[copy]S to Violet Hunt
Durham; My dear, dear, Aunt Violet/ Thank you very very much for the photo. I think it is the best I have ever seen [Plus carbon of the copy of the letter] [Violet Hunt papers]

  55  
Fogg Elliot, Silvia Hunt ALS to [?]
Durham; Mrs. Fogg Elliot enclosed doz. stamps. She will be glad to hear about Mrs. Hunt. [Violet Hunt papers]

  55  
Fogg Elliot, Silvia Hunt ALS to Violet Hunt
Durham; Dear Violet/ Whatever our differences of opinion - I wish to write & tell you I am very sorry to hear you leave to undergo an operation [Violet Hunt papers]

  55  
Fogg Elliot, Silvia Hunt TL[fragment, copy] to Violet Hunt
Durham; Dear V. R. does not mean to be condescending. It is her stiff way of putting things. [Violet Hunt papers]

  55  
Fogg Elliot, Silvia Hunt ALS to Violet Hunt
Durham Dearest Vop;et- I was feeling neglected I confess and now I feel ill. [Violet Hunt papers]

  55  
Fogg Elliot, Silvia Hunt ALS to Violet Hunt
Durham; Darling- This is my first letter - but it is rather wiggly. You needn't have said to Mamma that you were to have my first letter [Violet Hunt papers]

  55  
Fogg Elliot, Silvia Hunt AL[postcard]S to Violet Hunt
France; I am returning to South Lodge on Thursday morning [Violet Hunt papers]

  55  
Fogg Elliot, Silvia Hunt ALS to Violet Hunt
Durham; Dear Violet, Certainly, send me Dr B's bill. I shall pay the rest of the nurse, etc. presently. [TL copy] [Violet Hunt papers]

  55  
Fogg Elliot, Silvia Hunt TL[copy,fragment] to Violet Hunt
Durham; ... at the dancing, of course with an extra woolly underneath, [Copy typed by Hunt] [Violet Hunt papers]

  55  
Fogg Elliot, Silvia Hunt ALS to Violet Hunt
Durham; Dear Violet, I am really sorry, only it is equally confusing to me to have relays of bills, [Second copy typed by Hunt] [Violet Hunt papers]

  55  
Fogg Elliot, Silvia Hunt TL[copy]S to Violet Hunt
Durham; I am very sorry about H., but I am not surprised at either of them taking in, [Copy typed by Hunt] [Violet Hunt papers]

  55  
Fogg Elliot, Silvia Hunt ALS to Violet Hunt
Durham; Dear Violet, I am very sorry indeed, but eared A. would take it badly. [Second copy typed by Hunt] [Violet Hunt papers]

  55  
Fogg Elliot, Silvia Hunt ALS to Violet Hunt
Durham; Dear Violet, Your letter is too idiotic to be taken seriously, so I won't let myself be angry. [Second copy typed by Hunt] [Violet Hunt papers]

  55  
Fogg Elliot, Silvia Hunt ALS to Violet Hunt
Durham; Dear Violet, Has Nicoll sent in his bill yet. I owe 3.3 [pounds] for my coat, it is on yours? [Second copy typed by Hunt] [Violet Hunt papers]

  55  
Fogg Elliot, Silvia Hunt TL[copy]S to Violet Hunt
Durham; Dear Violet, It has been a painful time. I have however, come to the conclusion [Copy typed by Hunt] [Violet Hunt papers]

  55  
Fogg Elliot, Silvia Hunt ALS to Violet Hunt
Durham; Dear Violet, R says you may be going to W.G's for Easter, if so I conclude you will come here [Second copy typed by Hunt] [Violet Hunt papers]

  55  
Fogg Elliot, Silvia Hunt TL[copy,fragment] to Violet Hunt
Durham; ... you yesterday. I was so busy, and had had to take R. to dentist and to get clothes. [Copy typed by Hunt] [Violet Hunt papers]

  55  
Fogg Elliot, Silvia Hunt ALS to Violet Hunt
Durham; Dear Violet, Have it your own way. I want Mamma & I do not want a disagreeable correspondence [Copy typed by Hunt] [Violet Hunt papers]

  55  
Fogg Elliot, Silvia Hunt ALS to Violet Hunt
Durham; Dear Violet, You must have got my letter by now, though to make sure I will send a wire. [Second copy typed by Hunt] [Violet Hunt papers]

  55  
Fogg Elliot, Silvia Hunt TL[copy] to Violet Hunt
Durham; Dear Violet, All right - I will meet train Wednesday, 24. It must be a squeeze - [Copy typed by Hunt] [Violet Hunt papers]

  55  
Fogg Elliot, Silvia Hunt TL[copy] to Violet Hunt
Durham; Dear Violet, It will be nice if you will come in Setpember, bringing Miss D. and Miss H. [Copy typed by Hunt] [Violet Hunt papers]

  55  
Fogg Elliot, Silvia Hunt ALS to Violet Hunt
Durham; Dear Violet/ When I see you in the winter I will tell you R's delinguencies. [Violet Hunt papers]

  55  
Fogg Elliot, Silvia Hunt ALS to Violet Hunt
Durham; Dear Violet, Please excuse blots, I am being economical. The sun hats are for the children [Second copy typed by Hunt] [Violet Hunt papers]

  55  
Fogg Elliot, Silvia Hunt ALS to Violet Hunt
Durham; Dear Violet- I cannot arrange exactly about R yet. Of course she will be passing through London [Violet Hunt papers]

  55  
Fogg Elliot, Silvia Hunt ALS to Violet Hunt
Durham; Dear Violet, I cannot write with any degree of cheerfulness. Life does inflict such terrible wounds. [Second copy typed by Hunt][Violet Hunt papers]

  55  
Fogg Elliot, Silvia Hunt ALS to Violet Hunt
Durham; Dear Violet. I was waiting to send these few things until the laundry came, [Second copy typed by Hunt][Violet Hunt papers]

  55  
Fogg Elliot, Silvia Hunt ALS to Violet Hunt
Durham; Dear Violet/ Thanks for your nice letter. I only got it last night. I was away for a night. [Violet Hunt papers]

  55  
Fogg Elliot, Silvia Hunt ALS to Violet Hunt
Durham; Dear Violet. I have considered the matter well, & we thrashed it out well together. [Second copy typed by Hunt] [Violet Hunt papers]

  55  
Fogg Elliot, Silvia Hunt ALS to Violet Hunt
Durham; Dear Violet. Don't let R. go anywhere alone with Martin Muir, or any man, [Second copy typed by Hunt][Violet Hunt papers]

  55  
Fogg Elliot, Silvia Hunt ALS to Violet Hunt
Durham; Dear Violet. I think I should come on the 29th, & should prefer to go on straight. [Second copy typed by Hunt][Violet Hunt papers]

  55  
Fogg Elliot, Silvia Hunt ALS to Violet Hunt
Durham; Dear Violet. I am a great deal better, so don't fuss about me. [Second copy typed by Hunt][Violet Hunt papers]

  55  
Fogg Elliot, Silvia Hunt TL[copy] to Violet Hunt
Durham; Dear Violet, I cannot arrange about R yet. Of course she will be passing through London [Copy typed by Hunt] [Violet Hunt papers]

  55  
Fogg Elliot, Silvia Hunt TL[copy, fragment] to Violet Hunt
Durham; Dear V, I daresay it is all right, and I am sure you are as economical as possible [Copy typed by Hunt] [Violet Hunt papers]

  55  
Fogg Elliot, Silvia Hunt TL[copy, fragment] to Violet Hunt
Durham; I realized last summer a little what a pretty grown up girl meant. [Copy typed by Hunt.] [Violet Hunt papers]

  55  
Fogg Elliot, Silvia Hunt TL[copy] to Violet Hunt
Durham; Dear Violet, Why say such very nasty things. Had Mamma over appealed to me to come here, [Copy typed by Hunt] [Violet Hunt papers]

  55  
Fogg Elliot, Silvia Hunt ALS to Violet Hunt
Durham; Dear Violet, We have another small dance, ahouse-party dance, [Second copy typed by Hunt] [Violet Hunt papers]

  55  
Fogg Elliot, Silvia Hunt TL[copy] to Violet Hunt
Durham; Dear Violet, Thanks for your nice letter. I only got it last night. [Copy typed by Hunt.] [Violet Hunt papers]

  55  
Fogg Elliot, Silvia Hunt ALS to Violet Hunt
Durham; Dear Violet, Neither Walton nor I want R. to go away again. [Second copy typed by Hunt] [Violet Hunt papers]

  55  
Fogg Elliot, Silvia Hunt ALS to Violet Hunt
Durham; Dear Violet/ Please don't worry me. I have done this entirely for R's good- [Violet Hunt papers]

  55  
Fogg Elliot, Silvia Hunt TL[copy,fragment] to Violet Hunt
Durham; ... but I am not, and have not had a chance to be. [Copy and carbon typed by Hunt][Violet Hunt papers]

  55  
Fogg Elliot, Silvia Hunt ALS to Violet Hunt
Durham; Dear Violet, If there's the slightest suspicion of R having such a serious thing as Glaucma, [Typed copy by Hunt] [Violet Hunt papers]

  55  
Fogg Elliot, Silvia Hunt ALS to Violet Hunt
Durham; Dear Violet, I enclose your letter. You will see you speak of "a few days", [Typed copy by Hunt] [Violet Hunt papers]

  55  
Fogg Elliot, Silvia Hunt ALS to Violet Hunt
Durham; Dear Violet, My better-ness is only to the extent of bein raised up in bed, [Typed copy by Hunt] [Violet Hunt papers]

  55  
Fogg Elliot, Silvia Hunt ALS to Violet Hunt
Durham; Dear Violet, Please explain what the item, hat .1.13 [pounds] is for. [Typed copy by Hunt][Violet Hunt papers]

  55  
Fogg Elliot, Silvia Hunt ALS to Violet Hunt
Durham; Dear Violet, Thanks for the paper & magazine, I can read more now. [Typed copy by Hunt] [Violet Hunt papers]

  55  
Fogg Elliot, Silvia Hunt ALS to Violet Hunt
Durham; Dear Violet, You ask me about M. Well, she is not fit to be without a regular medical attendant, [Typed copy by Hunt] [Violet Hunt papers]

  55  
Fogg Elliot, Silvia Hunt ALS to Violet Hunt
Durham; Dear Violet. Nothing you say will make me change my mind. [Violet Hunt papers]

  55  
The Forum TLS to Ford
New York; Dear Mr. Ford: Under separate cover we are sending you with our compliments [Signed Edward F. Healey]

  55  
The Forum TLS to Ford
New York; Dear Mr. Ford, Of course I like the idea of having you back in the Forum [Signed Henry Goddard Leach]

  55  
The Forum TLS to Ford
New York; Dear Mr. Ford: I am proud to accept "The Fate of the semi-Classic" for early publication [Signed Henry Goddard Leach]

  55  
The Forum TLS to Ford
New York; Dear Mr. Ford, I am enclosing advance proof of an amusing essay [Signed Henry Goddard Leach]

  55  
The Forum TLS to Ford
New York; Dear Mr. Ford, To me you are always a miracle. [Signed Henry Goddard Leach]

  55  
The Forum TLS to Ford
New York; Dear Mr. Ford, Here is a corrected and very slightly cut edition of your article. [Signed P. Moir]

  55  
The Forum TLS to Ford
New York; Dear Mr. Ford, Your article on the French has us all on the fence. [Signed Henry Goddard Leach]

  55  
Foster, Jeanne Roberts TL[copy] to William A. Bradley
Boston; Dear Mr. Bradley: Mr. Ferris Greenslet is very enthusiastic about Mr. Ford. [Julian Loewe papers]

  55  
Foster, Jeanne Roberts ALS to Ford
Boston; My dear F.M.F. Hearing from you via Longmans Green and Co.'s tea was thrilling

  55  
Foster, Jeanne Roberts TLS to Arthur Mizener
Schenectady; Dear Mr. Mizener, Your letter of May 23d, 1968 received.

  55  
France. Ministere de l'instruction publique. Bibliotheque et Musee de la guerre TLS to Ford
Paris; Dear Sir, I have the honour to call you attention to the enclosed summary on the BIBLIOTHEQUE ET MUSEE DE LA GUERRE. [Signed Pierre Rany]

  55  
Franks, Sir Augustus Wollaston ALS to Margaret Raine (Mrs. Alfred) Hunt
London; Dear Mrs. Hunt, The fates are after all unpropitious. I have just learnt that one of my collegues [Violet Hunt papers]

  55  
Franks, Sir Augustus Wollaston ALS to Margaret Raine (Mrs. Alfred) Hunt
London; Dear Mrs. Hunt, I should be very glad to be useful to you in the matter of the glass wares; [Violet Hunt papers]

  55  
Fraser, Grace Lovat ALS to Arthur Mizener
[London] Dear Professor Mizener, You must have thought me very discourteous not to have answered your letter of Aug 16th. [Gift of Arthur and Rosemary Mizener]

  55  
Freeling, Sir Francis Envelope to Rev. James Raine
Envelope addressed to Raine from Freeling [Violet Hunt papers]

  55  
Freemantle, W. T. TL[copy] to Elizabeth Eleanor Higgins
Sheffield; Dear Madam,In reply to your letter of 1st instant, I am sorry I cannot give the information [Copy typed by Hunt][Violet Hunt papers]

  55  
Freemantle, W. T. TL[copy] to Violet Hunt
Rotherham; Dear Madam, I was glad to receive yours of the 7th inst:- I tried my utmost to sweep away the rubbish [Two copies typed by Hunt][Violet Hunt papers]

  55  
Freemantle, W. T. TL[copy,fragment] to Violet Hunt
Rotherham; Dear Madam, I am very sorry I have not acknowledged the Book you so kindly sent [Copy typed by Hunt] [Violet Hunt papers]

  55  
Freemantle, W. T. TL[copy,fragment] to Violet Hunt
[Rotherham]; You will have no difficulty in finding the Chapel (now Picture Hall) [Copy typed by Hunt] [Violet Hunt papers]

  55  
Frewer, J.E. & Co.AD to Margaret Rain (Mrs. Alfred) Hunt
[London] Bill and receipt for scotch for M. Hunt, Esq. [Violet Hunt papers]

  55  
Frey, Sheila ALS to Violet Hunt
London; Dear Mrs. Hueffer, We should be so pleased if you could come to dinner on Friday, [Violet Hunt papers]

  55  
Frey, Sheila ALS to Violet Hunt
London; Dear Mrs. Hueffer, Thank you so much for asking us to dinner on Saturday. [Violet Hunt papers]

  55  
Fripp, Alfred D. ALS to Alfred William Hunt
London; My dear Hunt, I shall be happy to form your table at the A.G. B. Dinner and help to swell your number [Violet Hunt papers]

  55  
Frith, Miss & M.F. Frith AD to anonymous
London; [Bill and receipt for flowerpot] [Violet Hunt papers]

  55  
Frost, Edwin Hunt [Printed clipping] An Interesting letter from Spain
Ohio; [One page article from The Republic Reporter of Republic, Ohio for Sept.12, 1929.]

  55  
Frost, Edwin Hunt TLS to Violet Hunt
Yonkers, NY; My dear Violet: Here we are home again [Violet Hunt papers]

  55  
Frost, Edwin Hunt TLS to Violet Hunt
Yonkers, NY; Dear Violet: How are you, for we have not heard a word from you [Violet Hunt papers]

  55  
Frost, Edwin Hunt TLS to Violet Hunt
Yonkers, NY; My dear Violet: Ever since our arrival at home, just two weeks from today [Violet Hunt papers]

  56  
G., B. B. AL[postcard]S to Margaret Raine (Mrs. Alfred) Huntt
Westmorland; My dear Mrs. Hunt - I hope you are having a nice change. I am enjoying a lovely trip [Violet Hunt papers]

  56  
Gaie, Crosby TLS to Ford
New York; My dear Ford, Your letter of February 2oth, together with the corrected "O Hymen" essay

  56  
Galsworthy, John ALS to Ford
London; My dear Hueffer, You've mistaken my meaning. I never supposed for a minute

  56  
Galsworthy, John TL[copy] to Ford
London; My dear Heuffer. If you really want to printe a selection of my verse, [Two copies typed by Hunt] [Violet Hunt papers]

  56  
Galsworthy, John TLS to Ford
London; My dear Hueffer, Well, well! I'm loth to think it's the last of our walks and talks, [Copy typed by Hunt] [Violet Hunt papers]

  56  
Galsworthy, John TL[copy] to Violet Hunt
London; My dear Miss Hunt/ Yesterday was the first day I could get to really read your book, [Copy typed by Hunt] [Violet Hunt papers]

  56  
Galton, Francis AL[postcard]S to Mrs. Robb
London; Cambo is the charming place - like apiece of the lower parts of the Highlands [Violet Hunt papers]

  56  
Garbutt, R.H.O. ALS to Violet Hunt
Durham; Dear Miss Hunt, I must first thank you very much for kindly sending me Tona-Bungay. [Violet Hunt papers]

  56  
Garland, A.J. AL[postcard]S to Violet Hunt
Cannes, France; I am sorry that I cannot give you any information respecting Mr. & Mrs. Howell [Violet Hunt papers]

  56  
Garnett, David ALS to Ford
[London] My dear Hueffer, I send you at last a copy of The Brown Owl

  56  
Garnett, David AL[postcard]S to Arthur Mizener
[London?] Best wishes for a Merry Christmas & a Happy New York

  56  
Garnett, David ALS to Arthur Mizener
Huntingdon; Dear Dr. Mizener, I had heard about your expedition to the [Cearne?] I haven't been for a long time

  56  
Garnett, David ALS to Arthur Mizener
Huntingdon; Dear Dr. Mizener, Thank you for your letter & offer of hospitality

  56  
Garnett, David TLS to Arthur Mizener
Huntingdon; Dear Professor Mizener, I assume your are now back in the United States and so I am sending this to Cornell.

  56  
Garnett, David TLS to Arthur Mizener
Huntingdon; Dear Professor Mizener, Thank you so much for your letter and what you have arranged

  56  
Garnett, David TLS to Arthur Mizener
Huntingdon; Dear Professor Mizener, I got your letter this morning and hasten to reply

  56  
Garnett, David ALS to Arthur Mizener
Huntingdon; Dear Professor Mizener, I am sorry to have to trouble you about my visa. I have the ordinary tourist visa

  56  
Garnett, David ALS to Arthur Mizener
Huntingdon; Dear Professor Mizener, Very many thanks for your letter about the visas. Stanford, Cal. has now produced a permit

  56  
Garnett, David ALS to Arthur Mizener
Huntingdon; Dear Dr. Mizener, I am so sorry I wrote a rather petulant letter. I shall be delighted to give a lecture

  56  
Garnett, David ALS to Arthur Mizener
Stanford; Dear Mizener -- or may I say dear arthur? I want to thank you again for all the time you lavished on me

  56  
Garnett, David ALS to Arthur Mizener
Davis,CA; Dear Arthur, Thank you so much for your letter which has just come on here.

  56  
Garnett, David TLS to Arthur Mizener
Huntingdon; Dear Professor Meizener, [sic] I have been meaning to write to you for a long time

  56  
Garnett, David TLS to Arthur Mizener
Huntingdon; Dear Arthur, I was so glad to get your lettter and that you think I have not been remiss

  56  
Garnett, David TLS to Arthur Mizener
St. Martin-de-Vers; Dear Arthur, Your letter has been forwarded to me here and I want to thank you for it.

  56  
Garnett, David ALS to Arthur Mizener
Huntingdon; Dear Arthur, Thank you for your delightful and so flattering letter. I am so pleased that you liked Quentin

  56  
Garnett, Martha ALS to Ford
[London] Dear Ford/ As Elsie is not at home, I address myself to you and the absorbing dometic topic of cooks.

  56  
Garanett, Martha ALS to Olive Garnett
Bridport; Dear Olive, Here is the Sunday Tumes" article -- fortunately not destroyed, as I feared it might be.

  56  
Garnett, Olivia R. AL[fragment]S to [Elsie Martindale Hueffer?]
[n.p.] ... How does yr. wireless go? My 14 yr. old one pegged out at Xmas

  56  
Garnett, Olivia R. ALS to Elsie Martindale Hueffer
[n.p.] My dear Elsie, I had not heard. I opened Lucy's letter with the news first, & then yours,

  56  
Garnett, Olivia R. ALS to Katharine Hueffer Lamb
Berkshire; Dear Katharine, Instinct, reason & my condition forbid my helping you in a painful & difficult position

  56  
Garnett, Olivia R. ALS to Katharine Hueffer Lamb
Berkshire; My dear Babs, Our letters crossed, now I write again to thank you for yr. second

  56  
Garnett, Richard S. ALS to Ford
Hampstead; My dear Ford, I have been very long in thanking you and Mr. Conrad

  56  
Garnett, Richard S. TLS to Katharine Hueffer Lamb
London; Dear Mrs. Lamb, I was so glad to hear from you again

  56  
Garnett, Richard S. TD List of Sale Prices
[n.p.] [One page list of sale prices]

  56  
Garnett, Robert Singleton ALS to Unknown
[n.p.] Miss [S?] has sent a cheque today. [Verso contains AD Vita of Alfred William Hunt from the Encyclopedia Britannica.]

  56  
Garnett, Robert Singleton ALS to Joseph Conrad
[n.p.] My dear Conrad, Ford Hueffer writes to me to-day about an advance which he contemplates making you

  56  
Garnett, Robert Singleton AL[copy]S to Joseph Conrad
London; My dear Conrad, I thank you for your letter of yesterday. Like you, I am going to write quite frankly.

  56  
Garnett, Robert Singleton ALS to Ford
London; Dear Ford, Conrad: I received your letter this morning instructing me to let Conrad have 60 pounds

  56  
Garnett, Robert Singleton ALS to Ford
London; Dear Ford, To decline to see M would be a very great mistake for you [Violet Hunt papers]

  56  
Garnett, Robert Singleton ALS to Elsie Martindale Hueffer
Aldington; Dear Elsie, A gentleman, who said that he had already, tho' some time since, corresponded with you

  56  
Garnett, Robert Singleton ALS to Elsie Martindale Hueffer
London; Dear Elsie, A line to acknowledge your letter received here last night

  56  
Garnett, Robert Singleton ALS to Elsie Martindale Hueffer
London; Dear Elsie, Wilson has now sent me the accounts. I will go carefully through and then send them back to you

  56  
Garnett, Robert Singleton ALS to Elsie Martindale Hueffer
London; Dear Elsie, Your Father's Estate/ Enclosed I send Capital Account/ Income Account/ Trading Account

  56  
Garnett, Robert Singleton ALS to Elsie Martindale Hueffer
London; Dear Elsie, Your Father's Estate/ For your convenience, I have had my Queries and Wilsons Replies

  56  
Garnett, Robert Singleton ALS to Elsie Martindale Hueffer
London; re: Mrs. Martindale/ Dear Elsie, In reply to yours - I think your Mother will have to be told

  56  
Garnett, Robert Singleton ALS to Elsie Martindale Hueffer
London; Wm. Martindale deed: Dear Elsie, I have your letter and [?] this evening. I should think you might reply to your Mother

  56  
Garnett, Robert Singleton ALS to Elsie Martindale Hueffer
London; re Martindale: Dear Elsie, In reply to your letter - I think it is quite time I wrote to Wilson again.

  56  
Garnett, Robert Singleton ALS to Elsie Martindale Hueffer
London; re Wm. Martindale: Dear Elsie, In reply to your letter, I last heard from Wilson on Feb.24th

  56  
Garnett, Robert Singleton ALS to Elsie Martindale Hueffer
London; Mrs. Martindale: Private; Dear Elsie, Yours just received. You had better cash the cheque

  56  
Garnett, Robert Singleton ALS to Elsie Martindale Hueffer
London; Dear Elsie, re Wm. Martindale: Your brother wants a receipt for that 20 pounds. [Enclosed is AL[copy]S of Robert Garnett to Wilson & Sons, 27 March 1903.]

  56  
Garnett, Robert Singleton ALS to Elsie Martindale Hueffer
London; Dear Elsie, I called at Messrs. Wilson & Sons office this afternoon

  56  
Garnett, Robert Singleton ALS to Elsie Martindale Hueffer
London; Dear Elsie, I got your letter this morning but have stupidly left it at the office.

  56  
Garnett, Robert Singleton ALS to Elsie Martindale Hueffer
London; Dear Elsie, I have your letter and I have sent a cheque

  56  
Garnett, Robert Singleton ALS to Elsie Martindale Hueffer
London; Dear Elsie, As asked by your letter, I have to-day reinsured the Bungalow and Studio [Includes Elsie's account statement as of March, 1905.]

  56  
Garnett, Robert Singleton ALS to Elsie Martindale Hueffer
London; Dear Elsie, Thank you for your letter. I am sending to [Jebb?] a cheque for 60 pounds.

  56  
Garnett, Robert Singleton ALS to Elsie Martindale Hueffer
London; Dear Elsie, I rejoiced when I read your letter and enclosures this morning

  56  
Garnett, Robert Singleton ALS to Elsie Martindale Hueffer
London; Dear Elsie, Dr. Hueffer's naturalization/ As Mrs. Hueffer's solicitor I have the information you ask for

  56  
Garnett, Robert Singleton ALS to Elsie Martindale Hueffer
London; Private: Dear Elsie, The idea if there is one that F is a German subject is absurd.

  56  
Garnett, Robert Singleton ALS to Elsie Martindale Hueffer
London; Private: I have had two calls during the last three days from a representative of a daily paper

  56  
Garnett, Robert Singleton TLS to Elsie Martindale Hueffer
London; Dear Elsie, Thanks for sending me your very satisfactory news.

  56  
Garnett, Robert Singleton TLS to Elsie Martindale Hueffer
London; Dear Elsie, I have now received from New York the proceeds of sale less Auctioneers' Commission

  56  
Garrison, Lloyd ALS to George Thomson
Boston; My dear Thompson: I had the happiness to receive from you, a few days a brief note, in which were fresh assurances [Violet Hunt papers]

  56  
Gatty, Margaret ALS to Alfred William Hunt
[n.p.] Dear Sir, I am retruning the blocks having handled them as strictly as possible by your instructions. [Violet Hunt papers]

  56  
Gawspear, ? ALS to Violet Hunt
Sussex; Dear Mrs. Hueffer, Please forgive my delay not answering your letter. I quite agree with the view you take

  56  
Genin, J.G. [?] ALS to Madame la Comtesse Borghese [?]
[n.p.] Chere Madame, Si vous vouliez m'en voyer les [?] que vous avez vous me feriez bien plaisir. [Lamb collection]

  56  
Gibson, F. G. Carew AL[postcard]S to Violet Hunt
Cannes; Silly ass that I am I posted to you an imcomplete copy of a funny book instead of the new one I bought for you. [Violet Hunt papers]

  56  
Gibson, F. G. Carew TLS to Violet Hunt
Wallingford; My dear Miss Hunt, I am the most provolingly literal person (on principle) [Second copy typed by Hunt] [ Violet Hunt papers]

  56  
Gill, Emma Summers ALS to Violet Hunt
Hertfordshire; Dear Mrs. Hueffer, My idea was, and still is, that we should waste so much of the short time [Violet Hunt papers]

  56  
Gill, Emma Summers ALS to Violet Hunt
Hertfordshire; Dear Mrs. Hueffer- I ought to have written before to tell you that I had received the photographs [Violet Hunt papers]

  56  
Gill, Emma Summers ALS to Violet Hunt
Hertfordshire; Dear Mrs. Hueffer- Mrs. Innes "Aunt Fanny" was Mrs. Howell's Aunt Rosalind's great-aunt. [Violet Hunt papers]

  56  
Gill, Emma Summers ALS to Violet Hunt
Hertfordshire; Dear Madam- I cannot resist writing to tell you with what joy I read your letter in yesterday's [Violet Hunt papers]

  56  
Gill, Emma Summers ALS to Violet Hunt
Hertfordshire; Dear Mrs. Hueffer- Thank you for your letter- There is so very much I should like to tell you [Violet Hunt papers]

  56  
Gill, Emma Summers ALS to Violet Hunt
Hertfordshire; Dear Madam, I thank you for your letter - I shall be only too delighted to see you on any day that is convenient [Violet Hunt papers]

  56  
Gill, Emma Summers ALS to Violet Hunt
Hertfordshire; Dear Mrs. Hueffer, You must have had a very interesting time at Darlington- I never heard [Violet Hunt papers]

  56  
Glenn, Isa TLS to Ford
New York; Dear Ford, What has happened to your plans for returning to New York in February?

  56  
Glenn, Isa TLS to Ford
Washington; My dear Ford, It was splendid to hear from you! And how far behind the times you are,

  56  
Glenn, Isa TLS to Ford
Washington; Dear Ford, Got the very charming leaflet relating to Janice's paintings, which I wish I were in the geographical

  56  
Glenn, Isa TLS to Ford
Washington; Dear Ford, I daresay Jean Wright will tell you of the fiasco of my trip to New York.

  56  
Goesen, Emma AL[postcard]S to Elsie Martindale Hueffer
[Boppard] Dear Elsie, Of corse [sic] you know, that Ford and his mother safely arrived

  56  
Goesen, Maria AL[postcard]S to Elsie Martindale Hueffer
Boppard; My dear Elsie, Thank you for sending me Ford's letter, he wrote me just now, that he comes with Xtina this evening.

  56  
Goesen, Emma AL[postcard]S to Edmee van der Noos
Boppard; Liebes Fräulein van der Noos, Ihre lieve Karte machte mir grosse Freude und danke ich Ihnen vielmals dafür.

  56  
Golding, Louis ALS to Ford
Oxford; Dear Mr. Ford, I have delayed my reply until I could mobilize the prints.

  56  
Golding, Louis AL[fragment]S to Violet Hunt
[n.p.]; ... How ridiculously kind you were to me! It was, to me, a jolliest & most memerable of dinners. [Violet Hunt papers]

  56  
Golding, Louis AL[fragment] to Violet Hunt
London; Dear Mrs. Hueffer, But I'm so sorry to learn you're unwell, so sorry. [Violet Hunt papers]

  56  
Golding, Louis ALS to Violet Hunt
Belgium; My dear Mrs. Hueffer, Here be a few words from under talking gables [Violet Hunt papers]

  56  
Golding, Louis ALS to Violet Hunt
Manchester; Dear dear Mrs. Hueffer, No, no, no. Don't. You wilt your brain more [Violet Hunt papers]

  56  
Golding, Louis AL[postcard]S to Violet Hunt
Venice; And so, dear Mrs. Hueffer, after Milan & Alps (reverse this order) & Verona & Padua [Violet Hunt papers]

  56  
Golding, Louis ALS to Violet Hunt
Devon; Dear V.H. Now that the heat's over (caused, the Daily Enbien informs me, [Violet Hunt papers]

  56  
Golding, Louis ALS to Violet Hunt
Innsbruck; Dear Mrs. Hueffer, Verily, yes -- Innsbruck find me now & those huge Central Alps [Violet Hunt papers]

  56  
Goldring, Douglas ALS to Anthony Bertram
Hantshirs; My dear Tony, I stupidly lost the telephone number you gave me

  56  
Goldring, Douglas TL[copy] to Farrar, Porter & Co.
Kent; Dear Sirs, I have received your letter of yesterday's date and have noted

  56  
Goldring, Douglas ALS to Katharine Hueffer Lamb
Kent; Dear Katharine, My wife & I were both very sorry to hear of your mother's failing health.

  56  
Victor Gollancz, Ltd. AD[copy] Ford Account Statement
London; [Royalty account for Return to Yesterday]

  56  
Victor Gollancz, Ltd. TLS to Arthur Mizener
London; Dear Mr. Mizener, I should be glad to show you our author's file for RETURN TO YESTERDAY [Signed John Bush]

  56  
Victor Gollancz, Ltd. TLS to Ford
London; Dear Sir, Mr. Walpole has kindly sent me the first few chapters of your Reminiscences [Signed Victor Gollancz]

  56  
Victor Gollancz, Ltd. TLS to Ford
London; Dear Sir, Thank you for your letter of the 19th August. We are now going ahead at top speed [Signed Dorothy Horsman]

  56  
Victor Gollancz, Ltd. TLS to Ford
London; Dear Sir, I have much pleasure in enclosing herewith proofs of your contribution [Signed Dorothy Horsman]

  56  
Victor Gollancz, Ltd. TLS to Ford
London; Dear Mr. Ford, I don't know if this absurd headline in Monday's Daily Herald has come your way [Signed Victor Gollancz]

  56  
Victor Gollancz, Ltd. TLS to Ford
London; Dear Mr. Ford Many thanks for your letter. I have at once written to this press man in the terms you suggest. [Signed Victor Gollancz]

  56  
Victor Gollancz, Ltd. TLS to Ford
London; Dear Mr. Ford: I am so sorry. I was coming to Paris for my usual Christmas visit [Signed Victor Gollancz]

  56  
Victor Gollancz, Ltd. TLS to Ford
London; Dear Mr. Ford: Forgive me for my delay in replying to your letter: [Signed Victor Gollancz]

  56  
Victor Gollancz, Ltd. TLS to Ford
London; Dear Sir, Dear Sir, Many thanks for your letter. If you will have a set of proofs [Signed Victor Gollancz]

  56  
Good Soldier of Literature [printed]
[n.p.] [Unsigned article from MD magazine: pp. 127-133] [Gift of Arthur and Rosemary Mizener]

  57  
Gordon, Caroline TLS to Janice Biala
Paris; Dear Janice: I was just getting ready to write you about the things you'd need for the studio.

  57  
Gordon, Caroline TLS to Janice Biala
Merry Mont; My poor dear Janice: It must have been your prophetic soul that used to inveigh against Mme Lamure's passion

  57  
Gordon, Caroline TLS to Janice Biala
Toulon; Dear Janice: Your letter just came. I hope you have solved the studio problem by this time

  57  
Gordon, Caroline TLS to Janice Biala
Toulon; My dear Janice: The enclosed letter was written before the happenings of the last two days.

  57  
Gordon, Caroline TLS to Janice Biala
Marry Mont; Dearest Janice: I was awfully glad to get your letter. I found a letter here from Perkins

  57  
Gordon, Caroline TLS to Janice Biala
Merry Mont; Dearest Janice: Your second letter has just come. The NR cable was not important

  57  
Gordon, Caroline TLS to Janice Biala
Paris; Dear Janice: I write hurriedly of business matters. We are giving up this studio today or tomorrow

  57  
Gordon, Caroline TL[fragment] to Janice Biala
[Memphis?] Dear Janice: The drawings are swell. I am writing Perkins in this same mail.

  57  
Gordon, Caroline TLS to Janice Biala
[Clarksville] Dear Janice: Your letter has just come. By this time you must have got my letter

  57  
Gordon, Caroline TLS to Janice Biala
[Greensboro] Dear Janice: I have been writing to you all -- in my mind's eye -- weeks, months in fact

  57  
Gordon, Caroline TLS to Janice Biala
West Cornwall; Dear Janice: I am so glad the ms turned up. I felt sure it was in that spot but it was a relief

  57  
Gordon, Caroline TLS to Janice Biala
Monteagle; Dearest Janice: I have been writing to you and Ford for weeks -- in my mind -- but there has been no news to tell

  57  
Gordon, Caroline TLS to Ford
Benfolly; Dearest Ford: Your letter has just come and I am so happy to hear from you all.

  57  
Gordon, Caroline TLS to Ford
[Merry Mont?] Dearest Ford: I am so glad to know that you are in New York though I had you pictured as sitting happily in the sunshine

  57  
Gordon, Caroline TLS to Ford & Janice Biala
[Monteagle?] Dearest Ford and Janice: I was so glad to get your letter. The pictures are grand, particularly the table scene.

  57  
Gordon, Caroline TLS to Ford
[Monteagle?] My dearest Ford: I see now that it was indescribably stupid in me not to know that it would please you

  57  
Gordon, Caroline TLS to Ford
[Clarksbille] Dearest Ford: I expected you would write something mighty good about "Penhally"

  57  
Gordon, Caroline TLS to Ford
Dearest Ford: It is already late to be sending you wishes for a merry Christmas

  57  
Gordon, Caroline TLS to Ford & Janice Biala
[Merry Mont] Dear Ford and Janice: We have just got a cable from John Ransom. The Carnegie Foundation is sending a professor

  57  
Gordon, Caroline TLS to Ford & Janice Biala
[Paris] Dearest Janice and Ford: We're settled after the usual alarmums at 37 rue Denfert-Rochereau,

  57  
Gordon, Caroline TLS to Ford
Paris; Dearest Ford: We have just got in -- it is so much easier to drive into Paris than it is to drive into New York

  57  
Gordon, Caroline TLS to Ford
[Toulon?] Dear Ford: As we are leaving for Kentucky tomorrow will you please act for me about the English rights of PENHALLY?

  57  
Gordon, Caroline TLS to Ford
Clarksville; Dear Ford: Where are you and Janice? It is time we heard something from you

  57  
Gordon, Caroline TLS to Ford
Merry Mont; Dearest Ford: Your letter came some days ago. I have been waiting to answer it till I knew something

  57  
Gordon, Caroline ALS to Ford & Janice Biala
Hampden Roads; Dearest Janice and Ford: This is to apprise you that we have lived through the voyage, rather to my surprise

  57  
Gordon, Caroline TLS to Ford
Trenton; My dearest Ford: I have been trying to write all morning and couldn't and found myself wishing that there was something here of yours to read

  57  
Gordon, Caroline TLS to Ford & Janice Biala
[Memphis] My dearesst Ford and Janice: About a month ago I was coming through Memphis on my way back to Benfolly

  57  
Gordon, Caroline TLS to Ford
Memphis; Dearest Ford: The dedication is lovely and we're both very proud

  57  
Gordon, Caroline TLS to Ford
Memphis; My Dearest Ford: I was so glad to have your letter. I do not think now that we can make it to New York

  57  
Gordon, Caroline TLS to Ford & Janice Biala
Memphis; My dearest dears: I could not get to work this morning for thinking that the mail might bring some news

  57  
Gordon, Caroline TLS to Ford
Memphis; Dear Ford: I write for Allen in order to get this off as soon as possible.

  57  
Gordon, Caroline TLS to Ford
Memphis; Dearest Ford: It is good to have some news of you all. I would have written myself before this but I have been in bed.

  57  
Gordon, Caroline TLS to Ford & Janice Biala
Memphis; Dearest Ford and Janice: I had just finished a letter to you asking if you were coming to the Louisiana Conference

  57  
Gordon, Caroline TLS to Ford & Janice Biala
Memphis; Dearest Ford and Janice: I just came across this review of "Provence" which I've had on hand for months

  57  
Gordon, Caroline TLS to Ford
Monteagle; Dearest Ford: SUCH NEWS! We can hardly wait to see you. But before I say anything else there is a business matter

  57  
Gordon, Caroline TLS to Ford
Monteagle; Dearest Ford: Every day this summer, last winter too, for that matter I have been going to write to you

  57  
Gordon, Caroline TLS to Ford & Janice Biala
Monteagle; Dear Ford and Janice: I was glad to have your telegram. I also had an ecstatic telegram from Joe Brewer

  57  
Gordon, Caroline TLS to Ford
Monteagle; My dearest Ford: The trouble with you is that you do not read my letters. However, it is of no moment as there was nothing of importance

  57  
Gordon, Caroline TLS to Ford
[Clarksville?] My dearest Ford: Fine to have your letter. The amusing thing about your book -- in the South --

  57  
Gordon, Caroline TLS to Ford
Monteagle; Dearest Ford: I have just finished PORTRAITS FROM LIFE. I read it very slowly, savoring every word

  57  
Gordon, Caroline TLS to Ford
Chattanooga; Deaerest Ford: The book has come and we are reading it between us, in snatches.

  57  
Gordon, Caroline TLS to Ford
Greensboro; Dear Ford: I have had such agrand time with your book. It is a delight to read.

  57  
Gordon, Caroline TLS to Arthur Mizener
Princeton; Dear Arthur: You certainly do ask a lot of questions! I can answer only a few of them.

  57  
Gordon, Eleonore ALS to Madame di [Cobianchi?]
[n.p.] Madame, J'ai bien d'excuses a vous faire pour ne pas voous avoir envoye le Jal. hier

  57  
Gordon, John William ALS to H. Fletcher Moulton
London; My dear Moulton, I am sorry to say that I cannot throw any light on your lady friends' enquiry.

  57  
Gore, John Ellard ALS to Violet Hunt
Surrey; Dear Miss Hunt/ I was so glad to geet yr letter & to hear you are amused by my Creevey. [Violet Hunt papers]

  57  
Gorman, Claire TLS to Janice Biala
Paris; Dear Janice, As you have probably heard by this time we have arranged for a four months' rental

  57  
Graham, Robert Bontine Cunninghame ALS to Ford
Dumbartonshire, Scotland; My dear Ford, Yours has only just reached me, as I have changed my London address

  57  
Graham, Robert Bontine Cunninghame ALS to Violet Hunt
London; Dear Miss Hunt, I have just finishe "White Rose." It is excellent & perhaps your best [Violet Hunt papers]

  57  
Graham, Robert Bontine Cunninghame ALS to Violet Hunt
Tangier; Dear Miss Hunt, I have just heard the news of Mr. Crawfurd's death. He was my friend [Violet Hunt papers]

  57  
Graham, Robert Bontine Cunninghame ALS to Violet Hunt
London; Dear Miss Hunt- I have this instant got home & have read your "Couch" [Violet Hunt papers]

  57  
Graham, Robert Bontine Cunninghame ALS to Violet Hunt
London; Dear Violet, I look forward to seeing you here on Saturday, 4.30. [Violet Hunt papers]

  57  
Graham, Robert Bontine Cunninghame ALS to Violet Hunt
London; Dear Violet. Mrs. Bennett says you would like a copy of ["F? Feuds"][Violet Hunt papers]

  57  
Graham, Robert Bontine Cunninghame ALS to Violet Hunt
London; Dear Violet, This is to introduce Mr. Bamberg, who I do not know, but wants to know you.[Violet Hunt papers]

  57  
Great Britain. Army DS Ford Madox Ford's Army Service Record
[Various places] [Booklet containing Ford's Army records of service, ranks and commendation. Signed by Ford.]

  57  
Great Britain. Colonial Office TLS to Ford
London; Dear Professor Ford, Thank you for your letter of the 28th February. [Signed Sir Malcolm McDonald]

  57  
Great Britain. Inland Revenue TLS to Julia Madox Loewe
London; Madam, Miss E.G. Bowen (deceased)/ Income tax arrear 1946/47 [Signed A.T. Willon]

  57  
Great Britain. Inland Revenue TLS to Julia Madox Loewe
London; Madam,/ Miss E.G. Bowen deceased/ I am informed that payment of the sum [Signed H.G. O'?]

  57  
Great Britain. Ministry of Information TLS to Ford
London; My dear Hueffer/ As the Ministry of Information ceased its operations on December 31 [Signed Charles F. G. Masterman]

  57  
Great Britain. Supreme Court of Justice DS[copy] Ford Madox Ford's Change of Name Deed Poll
London; [Ford's Deed Poll applying for change of name from Hueffer to Ford, finalized in 1919]

  57  
Great Britain. Supreme Court of Justice DS Ford Madox Ford's Enrollment Change of Name
London; [Finalized Certification of Ford-Hueffer Name Change]

  57  
Green, Russell TM[Printed] "Joseph Conrad: Laureate of the Seas"
[1 leaf from "Radio Times", p.17, October 3, 1930]

  57  
Greene, Graham TLS to Stella Bowen
London; Dear Miss Bowen, Many thanks for your kind letter. We have been in touch with Richard Steels [Julian Loewe papers]

  57  
Greene, Graham TLS to Stella Bowen
London; Dear Miss Bowen, I feel very guilty as after our luch the other day I completely forgot to write [Julian Loewe papers]

  57  
Greene, Graham ALS to Ford
Oxford; Dear Sir, I have sent you a copy of my last book. I feel I ought to apolgize for it to you

  57  
Greene, Graham ALS to Ford
Oxford; Dear Mr. Ford, I can't tell you the pleasure your letter gave me. I have for so long admired you

  57  
Greene, Graham Printed Introduction to Ford's works (Bodley Head edition)
London; [Introduction to Ford's Works, Harvey A81]

  57  
Greenwell, Dora ALS to Margaret Raine Hunt
[n.p.] My dear Margaret, Although I have scarcely a mements time I feel preped in the spirit to write you a line [Violet Hunt papers]

  57  
Greenwell, Dora ALS to Margaret Raine Hunt
Durham; My dearest Margaret, I dare scarcely write because I feel so angry that I might say all sorts of bad things. [Violet Hunt papers]

  57  
Greenwell, Dora ALS to Margaret Raine Hunt
London; Dear Margaret, Here I am safely landed at last among all the artists & literati, [Violet Hunt papers]

  57  
Greenwell, Dora ALS to Margaret Raine Hunt
Durham; My dear Margaret, You must accept my warmest thanks for your inviation [Violet Hunt papers]

  57  
Greenwell, Dora ALS to Margaret Raine Hunt
Durham; My dear Margaret, I did not just at once answer your very kind letter because I am really anxious to take advantage of it [Violet Hunt papers]

  57  
Greenwell, Dora ALS to Margaret Raine Hunt
[n.p.] Dear Margaret, It is beautiful and requires I think no alteration except that of putting it in lines [Violet Hunt papers]

  57  
Greenwell, William AM Diary
[n.p.] [Diary October 1, 1815 through January 26, 1916] [Violet Hunt papers]

  57  
Greenwell, William ALS to Alfred William Hunt
Durham; My dear Hunt, I fear that since you wrote you have not had much better weather [Violet Hunt papers]

  57  
Greenwell, William ALS to Alfred William Hunt
Yorkshire; My dear Hunt, When do and Robinson start for Yorkshire, that is, if, as I hope, [Violet Hunt papers]

  57  
Greenwell, William ALS Alfred William Hunt
Durham; My dear Hunt, I was very sorry to hear from Campbell that you had not gone to Yorkshire [Violet Hunt papers]

  57  
Greenwell, William ALS to Alfred William Hunt
Durham; My dear Hunt, Damn the Academy. They drive artists with opposition because they will not show any proper spirit [Violet Hunt papers]

  57  
Greenwell, William ALS to Alfred William Hunt
Durham; Dear Hunt, Margaret Raine asked me to write & tell you about her father. I fear he will not outlive the night [Violet Hunt papers]

  57  
Griffith, Helen ALS to Ford
Bread Loaf; Dear Mr. Ford, Your letter, and the delightful book, autographed for my official stuff,

  57  
Grinling, Cecily ALS to Arthur Mizener
London; Dear Mr. Mizener, It was a great pleasure to meet you and your wife last night [With 2 business cards included]

  57  
Gross, Albert H. TLS to Ford
New York; Dear Mr. ford, In the next few days a manifesto against Nazi barbarism, written by Thomas Mann

  57  
Guedalla, Nellie AL[postcard]S to Violet Hunt
Santander, Spain; Thank you for suggestion re engraving. We are at Santander [Violet Hunt papers]

  57  
John Simon Guggenheim Memorial Foundation
New York; Dear Mr. Ford, Your letter of December 19th, with reference to Mr. Ezra Pound [Signed by Henry Allen Moe]

  57  
Guthrie, Thomas Anstey ALS to Viiolet Hunt
London; Dear Miss Hunt, I am so sorry -- it would, I need not say, give me much pleasure to come [Violet Hunt papers]

  57  
Guthrie, Thomas Anstey ALS to Viiolet Hunt
Norfolk; Dear Mrs. Hueffer, Your note has just reached me here. I do not expect to be back in Lond

  57  
Gutwillig, Robert TLS to Arthur Mizener
New York; Dear Arthur, Herewith the contract for the Ford biography. I think you will find everything in order

  57  
Gutwillig, Robert TLS to Arthur Mizener
New York; Dear Arthur, Last night I met up with Gordon Ray at a party, and we fell to talking

  57  
Gutwillig, Robert TLS to Arthur & Rosemary Mizener
New York Dear Arthur & Rosemary, I've been out of the country again, but Rusty scotch-taped the fine NY Times review

  58  
Harvey, David Dow AN & TN Ford Madox Ford, 1873-1939; a bibliography of works and criticism.
[n.p.] [Notes on private and institutional manuscript collections; transcriptions and precis of manuscripts, and portions of novels and memoires which contain descriptions of Ford or characters thought to have been inspired by him. Includes material by Mrs. Joseph Conrad, Stella Bowen, and David Garnett.]

  58  
Harvey, David Dow TLS Ford Madox Ford, 1873-1939; a bibliography of works and criticism.
[n.p.] [Correspondence with English and American publishers concerning contractual relations with Ford and the remaindering of his books.]

  58  
Harvey, David Dow TLS Ford Madox Ford, 1873-1939; a bibliography of works and criticism.
[n.p.] [Correspondence with Ford scholars and collectore; including MacShane and Naumberg.]

  58  
Harvey, David Dow M[printed] Ford Madox Ford, 1873-1939; a bibliography of works and criticism Reviews.
[n.p.] [Printed items: a review of the bibliography, from "Papers of the Bibliographical Society of America" (2 copies); and a copy of Harvey's "Pro Patria Mori; The Neglect of Ford's Novels in England" from "Modern Fiction Studies."]

  59  
Haigh, Emma J. Middleton TL[copy] to Violet Hunt
Sussex; Dear Mrs. Hueffer, Your letter has been forwarded to me here where we are now living. [Typed by Hunt] [Violet Hunt papers]

  59  
Hake, Henry Mendelssohn AL[postcard]S to Violet Hunt
London; I shall have to get the address you want from my father whom I expect to see in a day or two, [Violet Hunt papers]

  59  
Hakoumoff, Alfred R. ALS to Violet Hunt
Surrey; Dear Madam, Mrs. Watts Dunton has kindly referred me to you as having a knowledge of the signatures of Pre-Raphaelite Painters.[Violet Hunt papers]

  59  
Haley, Sir William John M[printed] In Absentia
London; [Clipping from "In Absentia" from the "London Times" of July 28, 1966, concerning Ford; 2 copies]

  59  
Haley, Sir William John TLS to Hamish Hamilton
London; Dear Hamish, Oliver Edwards has written an article on Ford Madox Ford

  59  
Haley, Sir William John TLS to Arthur Mizener
London; Dear Mr. Mizener, I have just come back from an all too brief holiday to find your letter

  59  
Haley, Sir William John TLS to Arthur Mizener
London; Dear Mr. Mizener, As a result of Oliver Edwards' article, I have received a long letter from Mrs. Margaret Cole

  59  
Halicka, Alice M[printed] [Articles]
[Paris] [6 Articles from "L'Intransigeant"] [Julian Loewe papers]

  59  
Hamer's Book Service TLS to Ford
Detroit; Dear Mr. Ford, For the past ten days or two weeks a word battle over the realistic contents of Ernest Hemingway's [Signed Alvin C. Hamer]

  59  
Hamish Hamilton Ltd. TLS to Arthur Mizener
London; Dear Arthur, I am sorry to have to enclose the two very disappointing replies [Signed James Eastwell]

  59  
Hamish Hamilton Ltd. TLS to Arthur Mizener
London; Dear Arthur, The enclosed from Haley is self-explanatory. I have answered [Signed James Eastwell]

  59  
Hamnett, Nina ALS to Ford
Vichy; Dear Ford, Thank you again so much for the books. I have been here for ten days

  59  
Hamnet, Nina ALS to Violet Hunt
London; Dear Violet/ I enjoyed seeing you so much the other evening

  59  
Hamnet, Nina ALS to Violet Hunt
London; Dear Violet Hunt/ Thank you so much for your letter. I am so glad that you got some fun

  59  
Hamton [Houston?], Lucy ALS to Violet Hunt
London; My dear Violet, I hear you are not very well - so I send you the enclosed cheque to cheer you up. [Violet Hunt papers]

  59  
Harcourt, Brace & Co. TLS to Ford
New York; Dear Mr. Ford: Thanks for the a most pleasant evening with you and the charming lady [Signed Harrison Smith]

  59  
Harcourt, Brace & Co. TLS to Ford
New York; Dear Ford: I like your analysis of "Demi-Gods" very much and imagine that you will find great pleasure [Signed Harrison Smith]

  59  
Harcourt, Brace & Co. TLS to Ford
New York; Dear Ford: I am sorry not to have been able to see you last week but I skipped off [Signed Harrison Smith]

  59  
Harcourt, Brace & Co. TLS to Ford
New York; Dear Mr. Ford: I am sorry to say that we are unwilling to publish the highly unusual collection of stories by Eudora Welty [Signed Charles A. Pearce]

  59  
Hardy, Thomas TL[copy] to Ford
Dorsetshire, Dear Mr. Hueffer: I am quite in sympathy with the object you have in view [Violet Hunt papers] [Copy typed by Hunt]

  59  
Hardy, Thomas TL[copy] to Ford
Dorsetshire; Dear Mr. Hueffer. I have been away from here for 3 or 4 days, and so could not get at the poem [Violet Hunt papers] [Copy typed by Hunt]

  59  
Hardy, Thomas TL[copy] to Ford
Dorsetshire; Dear Mr. Hueffer: I am sorry to say that I had to leave home almost the moment your letter came. [Violet Hunt papers] [Copy typed by Hunt]

  59  
Hardy, Thomas TLS to Ford
Dorchester; Dear Mr. Madox Ford: I have received your interesting letter, and quite admire your proposed attempt

  59  
Hardy, Thomas TL[copy] to Violet Hunt
Dorsetshire; Dear Miss Hunt, Why should you have wasted a nice copy of your new book upon me [Violet Hunt papers] [Copy typed by Hunt]

  59  
Harper's Magazine TL[copy,fragment] to William A. Bradley
New York; ... Between you and me, the Magazine received an unpleasant little jolt last month [Signed Lee F. Hartmann] [Verso contains Fords' reply of March 5, 1928]

  59  
Harper's Magazine TLS to Ford
New York; Dear Ford, The little green queries on the margin of the proofs are made by our assiduous printer [Signed Lee F. Hartmann]

  59  
Harper's Magazine TLS to Ford
New York; Dear Ford, Many thanks for your letter of October 3rd. I am glad to hear from you again [Signed Lee F. Hartmann]

  59  
Harper's Bazaar TLS to Ford
London; Dear Mr. Madox Ford, I enclose proof of your London article. Will you please read this through [Signed Michael Carr]

  59  
Harper's Bazaar TLS to Ford
New York; Dear Ford- This is written in haste - frightful haste. As I told you, I'm adapted [sic] a play for Cornell, [Signed George Davis]

  59  
Harper's Bazaar TLS to Ford
London; Dear Mr. Ford Madox Ford, Mr. Davis of American Harper's tells me you are willing to sell the British rights [Signed P. Joyce Reynolds]

  59  
Harratt, T. T. ALS to Ford
[London] Dear Hueffer, I do not attend the convent but I know several children going there [Verso contains AL from Ford to unidentified person.]

  59  
Harris, Gibson W. ALS to Ford
Ossining, NY; Dear Ford. From Miss Huntington whom you met last summer I have learned that the mails

  59  
Harrison, Austin ALS to Violet Hunt
London; Dear Miss Violet Hunt, I read a fine story of yours in the Fortnightly [Violet Hunt papers]

  59  
Harrison, Sydney, E., Bowes Museum ALS to Violet Hunt
Durham; Dear Mrs. Hueffer, In answer to your letter of the 10[?] inst.- [With 4 leaves of notes, 1 leaf with info on Lord William Fowlett and 2 photographs; all collected by Elizabeth Russell Duchess of Cleveland] [Violet Hunt papers]

  59  
Harrison, Sydney, E., Bowes Museum ALS to Violet Hunt
Durham; Dear Mrs. Hueffer, I showed your two letters to Lord Barnard yesterday, and as expected, he was most interested [Violet Hunt papers]

  59  
Harrison-Hilton Books ALS to Ford
New York; Dear Ford- I know that what you say in your article about new writers is correct. [Signed Harrison Smith]

  59  
Harrison-Hilton Books TLS to Ford
New York; Dear Ford, I should have written you before this to thank you for the trouble you have taken [Signed Harrison Smith]

  59  
Harrison Smith & Robert Haas, Inc. TLS to Ford
New York; Dear Ford, A letter of your a year old addressed to me has come deviously into my hands [Signed Hal (Harrison Smith)]

  59  
Harrison Smith & Robert Haas, Inc. TLS to Ford
New York; Dear Ford, I've discussed your idea with my partner and should have written you before this [Signed Harrison Smith]

  59  
Harsley, H ALS to Violet Hunt
London; Dear Mrs. Hueffer, The portrait of Aug. Howell by F. Sandys [Violet Hunt papers]

  59  
Hart-Davis, Rupert ALS to Arthur Mizener
Richmond, Yorks; 5 letters from Nov.15, 10965- January 13, 1966 plus 3 TL[carbon]'s in reply to Hart-Davis, Dec.3, 1965- Dec.29, 1965.] [Gift of Arthur and Rosemary Mizener]

  59  
Harvard University. Houghton Library TLS to Arthur Mizener
Cambridge; Dear Mr. Mizener: Fritz Liebert and I have corresponded and I would still like to see the xerox copy of the James letters. [Signed William H. Bond]

  59  
Harvard University. Houghton Library TLS to Arthur Mizener
Cambridge; Dear Mr. Mizener: I have suddenly relized that I never returned the James-to-Ford xeroxes to you. [Signed William H. Bond]

  59  
Harvey, David D. TLS to Arthur Mizener
Seattle; Dear Professor Mizener: I was extremely gratified, as you may well imagine,

  59  
Haulbrett[?], Cornelia A. AL[postcardS to Ford
[Stamford, CT] No.2/ In the meanwhile however he does not scorn to be feted by the plutocracy of U.S.

  59  
Haulsee, W.M. TL[copy]S to the Editor, Daily Oklahoman
Memoka; OK; Dear Sir: I have read Mr. W.S. Campbell's review of THE MARCH OF LITERATURE

  59  
Haynes, E. S. P. TLS to Ford
London; Dear Ford/ I have been reading your volume "Provence" with great enjoyment. I thought that I knew most of the Bordeaus wines

  59  
Haz, Nicholas TLS to Ford
New York; Dear Mr. Ford: Of all the foolish twaddle the Hauptman trial produced yours is the worst.

  59  
Healey, George Harris TL[copy] to Julia Hueffer Loewe
Ithaca; Dear Mrs. Loewe: The University Library has received from Professor Mizener a favourable report on the Ford papers,

  59  
Healy, Timothy Michael ALS to Margaret Raine Hunt
Dublin; Dear Mrs. Hunt/ I am sorry I have not been in London for a month & was therefore unable to have had the pleasure [Violet Hunt papers]

  59  
Healy, Thimothy Michael TLS to Violet Hunt
Dublin; Dear Miss Hunt, I am much obliged for your and Mrs. Hunt's kind invitation, [Violet Hunt papers]

  59  
Hedinger, F.. H. TLS to Ford
London; Dear Sir, In your book, "It Was the Nightingale" you refer with great vision to the desireability

  59  
Heilman, Robert B. TL[copy] to Julie Hueffer Loewe
[Seattle] Dear Mrs. Loewe: I am sure that the inquirer to whom you refer is Dr. David Harvey [Copy sent to Harvey with an additonal note to him.]

  59  
William Heinemann, Ltd. TLS to Janice Biala
London; Dear Madam, Thank you for your letter of the 10th June. We used the design for the wrapper [Signed C. S. Evans]

  59  
William Heinemann, Ltd. TLS to Ford
London; Dear Sir: We have arranged with Messrs. Tauchnitz to take over in this country the publication [Signed A. S. Frere-Reeve]

  59  
William Heinemann, Ltd. TLS to Ford
London; Dear Mr. Ford: I am sorry that we omitted to send you a second set of proofs [Signed C. S. Evans]

  59  
William Heinemann, Ltd. TLS to Ford
London; Dear Sir: Mr. Evans is in Spain, so I write to acknowledge your postcard addressed to him [Signed Louisa Callendar]

  59  
William Heinemann, Ltd. TLS to Ford
London; Dear Mr. Ford: I write to thank you for the two Rene Behaine books [Signed A. S. Frere-Reeves]

  59  
William Heinemann, Ltd. TLS to Ford
London; Dear Mr. Ford Madox Ford: I have heard from Evans this morning about your books, AS THY DAY [Signed A. S. Frere-Reeves]

  59  
Hemingway, Clarence TL[copy]S to Ernest Hemingway
Oak Park, My dear Ernest, I am so pleased to write to you and tell you of our very delightfull dinner party

  59  
Hemingway, Ernest ALS to Ford
Cooke, MT; Dear Ford:- I wrote to Scribners as soon as your letter came and no doubt you have heard from them.

  59  
Hemingway, Ernest TLS to Ford
Key West; Dear Ford, I'm glad you got the book. Hope this reaches you in time -

  59  
Henderson, Gerald W. AM Church Journal, 1909-1925
[St. Paul's Church, London?] [Booklet listing Preachers and Alms for the church] [Violet Hunt papers]

  59  
Henderson, Gerald W. AM 'The Light of the World" by Holman Hunt, Notes
[n.p.] [Several versons of a description and history of the painting which hangs in St. Paul's Cathedral, by the sub-librarian and keeper of the muniments of St. Paul's.][Violet Hunt papers]

  59  
Henderson, Gerald W. ALS to Henry J. Brown
London; Dear Mr. Brown, I am sorry for the delay in acknowledgement of the parcel [Violet Hunt papers]

  59  
Henderson, Gerald W. AL[fragment] to F. E. Daniels
London; Dear Sir, The Dean of St. Paul's has asked me to reply to your letter [Violet Hunt papers]

  59  
Henderson, Gerald W. ALS[draft] to Gladys Mulock Hunt Joseph
[London] Dear Madame, The Dean of St. Paul's has asked me to reply to your letter [Violet Hunt papers] [Violet Hunt papers]

  59  
Henderson, Gerald W. AL[draft] to Mr. S.
London; Dear Mr. S. In anser to your letter - I am afraid you must allow me [Violet Hunt papers]

  59  
Herkomer, Sir Hubert von ALS to Mr. J. Ballantyne
[n.p.] Dear Mr. Ballantyne/ I was [?] by the joy yesterday. We got as far as Oxford! [Violet Hunt papers]

  59  
Herkomer, Sir Hubert von ALS to Margaret Raine Hunt
London; Dear Mrs. Hunt/ I am sorry I cannot come to your Daughter's birthday, [Violet Hunt papers]

  59  
Herkomer, Sir Hubert von ALS to Margaret Raine Hunt
London; Dear Mrs. Hunt/ Many thanks for your letter - which I shall have pleasure in laying before the Council [Violet Hunt papers]

  59  
Herring, Beatrice S. AL[postcard]S to Violet Hunt
Chichester; We shall be very glad to see you whenever you can come [Violet Hunt papers]

  59  
Hicks, Sir Edward Seymour George TLS to Violet Hunt
London; Dear Miss Hunt, Thank you very much for your letter, which I am sorry not to have answered before [Violet Hunt papers]

  59  
Hicks, Granville M Printed "My Favorite Forgotten Book"
[New York] [Article from "Tomorrow", p. 63-64, n.d.]

  59  
Higgins, Elizabeth Eleanor TLS to Rev. H. Basil Cole
London; Dear Sir, I thank you for your letter of the 25th. instant, and for the explanation [Violet Hunt papers]

  59  
Higgins, Elizabeth Eleanor TL[copy] to W. T. Freemantle
London; Dear Sir, I have to thank you for your letter of the 2nd. instant, and for the explanation [Copy sent by Miss Higgins to Violet Hunt] [Violet Hunt papers]

  59  
Higgins, Elizabeth Eleanor TLS to Violet Hunt
London; Dear Madam, I have just seen your letter addressed to the Editor of :THE SUNDAY TIMES" of Sunday last, [Violet Hunt papers]

  59  
Higgins, Elizabeth Eleanor TLS to Violet Hunt
London; London; Dear Madam, I thank you for your letter of the 6th. instant. I have always understood from my Mother [ Violet Hunt papers][Violet Hunt papers]

  59  
Higgins, Elizabeth Eleanor TLS to Violet Hunt
London; Dear Mrs. Hunt Hueffer, I enclose a copy of the notes which my Mother had made for me, [Violet Hunt papers]

  59  
Higgins, Elizabeth Eleanor TLS to Violet Hunt
London; Dear Mrs. Hunt, It was indeed kind of you to send me copies of my Great Aunt poems, [Violet Hunt papers]

  59  
Higgins, Elizabeth Eleanor TLS to Violet Hunt
London; Dear Mrs. Hunt, I had a letter from my Mother last night in reply to the one I wrote to her [Violet Hunt papers]

  59  
Higgins, Elizabeth Eleanor TLS to Violet Hunt
London; Dear Mrs. Hunt, Thank you for your letter received this morning, enclosing copies of letters from Mr. Thomas [Violet Hunt papers]

  59  
Higgins, Elizabeth Eleanor TLS to Violet Hunt
London; Dear Mrs. Hunt, Thank you for your letter received this morning, enclosing a letter of recommendation [Violet Hunt papers]

  59  
Higgins, Elizabeth Eleanor TLS to Violet Hunt
London; Dear Mrs. Hunt, In reply to your card received on Friday night, the name of the friend of Mr. Freemantle is Mr. J. Alex. Symington. [Violet Hunt papers]

  59  
Higgins, Elizabeth Eleanor TLS to Violet Hunt
London; Dear Mrs. Hunt, Our last letters crossed. In my letter of yesterday I mentioned that my Mother did not remember [Violet Hunt papers]

  59  
Higgins, Elizabeth Eleanor TL[copy]S to Violet Hunt
London; Dear Mrs. Hunt, Thank you for your letter received last night, which I arrived home too late to answer then.[Violet Hunt papers]

  59  
Higgins, Elizabeth Eleanor TLS to Violet Hunt
London; Dear Mrs. Hunt, I thought you micht be interested to read the enclosed copy of letter I have received [Violet Hunt papers]

  59  
Higgins, Elizabeth Eleanor TLS to Violet Hunt
London; Dear Mrs. Hunt, When I acknowledged Canon Odom's letter I told him you were writing a life of Mrs. Rossetti, [Violet Hunt papers]

  59  
Higgins, Elizabeth Eleanor TLS to Violet Hunt
London; Dear Mrs. Hunt Hueffer, I enclose you two copies of the pedigree, and return your original copy herewith. [Violet Hunt papers]

  59  
Higgins, Elizabeth Eleanor TL[copy] to J. Alexander Symington
London; Dear Sir, Your name and address has been given to me by Mr. W. T. Freemantle, [Violet Hunt papers]

  59  
Higgins, Elizabeth Eleanor TLS to J. Alexander Symington
London; Dear Sir, I thank you for your letter of the 7th. instant, and for the trouble you have taken[Violet Hunt papers]

  59  
Higgins, Elizabeth Eleanor (Mrs. [the mother] TL[copy] to Violet Hunt
Sussex. So far as I have always understood it was in a friend's bonnet ship where Aunt Lizzie [Violet Hunt papers]

  59  
Hilditch, Jane ALS to Violet Hunt
Lancashire; Dear Miss Hunt/ Yes, I do think the pleasant plan you suggesst is feasible [Violet Hunt papers]

  59  
Hilditch, Jane ALS to Violet Hunt
Lancashire; Dear Miss Hunt, I am so sorry that I have not heard any whisper concering anyone likely to come [Violet Hunt papers]

  59  
Hildyard, Rev. Hy. Envelope address to
London [Envelope] [Violet Hunt papers]

  59  
Hill, Octabia ALS to Margaret Raine Hunt
[n.p.] Dear Mrs. Hunt, I am so very glad you will act as secretary, it will be a very ggreat help to us. [Violet Hunt papers]

  59  
Hinton, Percival ALS toFord
Birmingham; Sir/ I have felt it a singular honour to be privileged to read and review the four successive Tietjens [Included is a small clipping about "Tietjens of Groby" from the Birmingham newspaper, January 3, 1928]

  59  
Hoeber, Barbara TLS to Ford
Boston; Dear Ford Madox Ford, This is not an advertisement of cosmetics as the rather startling not paper might lead you to suppose.

  59  

[Pulled from box 59 and placed in box 54, folders 63.5, 65.5; 67.5; 71.5, 71.6]

  59  

[Pulled from box 59 and placed in box 43, folder 89.5]

  59  
Holiday, Henry AM[copy] Greek dress with sketches
[n.p.] [10 costume sketches with explanation of each] [ Violet Hunt papers]

  59  
Holmes, Sir Richard Rivington ALS to Francis Hueffer
Windsor Castle; Dear Cousin, I have spoken about the "Musical World" and Sir H. Pons [Violet Hunt papers]

  59  
Holet, William TLS to Ford
Todmorden; Dear Sir, I hope you will forgive me for making use, in a brodcast talk, of a poem

  59  
Hood, G. P. Jacomb ALS to Violet Hunt
London; Dear Miss Hunt, I will be very happy to come to tea at the Writers' Club [Violet Hunt papers]

  59  
Hood, G. P. Jacomb ALS to Violet Hunt
London; Dear Miss Hunt, May I have your kind tennis invitation open because I have to send my picture in

  59  
Hood, G. P. Jacomb AL[postcard]S to Violet Hunt
Surrey; Many thanks. Will come to tea at Writers' Club with pleasure [Violet Hunt papers]

  59  
Hook, Bryan AL and Drawing to Violet Hunt
London; Twenty in the hat!! [Refers to drawing of head and hat]

  59  
Hook, Bryan ALS to Violet Hunt
Surrey; My dear Violet, I am very sorry indeed that Mrs. Hunt should have this idea [Violet Hunt papers]

  59  
Hook, J[ust?] to Margaret Raine Hunt
Holland; Dear Mrs. Hunt, I have been thinking of writing to you this fortnight past [Violet Hunt papers]

  59  
Horsfield, George William TLS to Ford
London; My dear Sir, I have to acknowledge with very many thanks the receipt of your letter of the 29th ult.

  59  
Horsham, England. Constable TLS to Ford
Horsham; Sir, I have to inform you that in pursuance of the powers [Signed A. S. Williams, Chief Constable] [Violet Hunt papers]

  59  
Horsham, England. Constable TLS to Ford
Horsham; Sir, Referring to my letter of the 2nd. instant. I am directed [Signed A. S. Williams, Chief Constable] [Violet Hunt papers]

  59  
Hotham, ? ALS to Ford Madox Brown
House of Commons Library; Sir: Understanding from Adam C. Duncombe that he has already set you word [Violet Hunt papers]

  59  
Hotimsky, Suzanne TLS to Stella Bowen
Paris; Dear Mrs. Bowen, A friend of mine, Mrs. Emmanuel Bove, was kind enough to give me your address [Julian Loewe papers]

  59  
Hotlzclaw, Kathleen TLS to Ford
Glendale; Dear Mr. Ford; I recently discovered your book in the library - "It Was theNightingale" and I want to tell you how much I liked it.

  60  
Houghton Mifflin Co. TD Janice Biala Account Statements
Boston; [Account of Mrs. Janice Thorwkov Ford, Oct. 1937-Oct., 1944]

  60  
Houghton Mifflin, Co. TLS to Ruth Aley
Boston; Dear Mrs. Aley, I have your letter of December 2. We enclose herewith a check to your order [ Signed Ferris Greenslet]

  60  
Houghton Mifflin Co. TLS to Janice Biala
Boston; Dear Mrs. Ford: Thank you for sending me the agreement between you and your husband [Signed Ferris Greenslet]

  60  
Houghton Mifflin Co. TLS to Janice Biala
Boston; Dear Mrs. Ford: I have just wired you as follows: DOUBTFUL ABOUT PROPSED BOOK WRITING. [Signed Ferris Greenslet]

  60  
Houghton Mifflin Co. TLS to Ford
Boston; My dear Ford: I have your signed agreeement this morning and am sending the stipulated [Signed Ferris Greenslet]

  60  
Houghton Mifflin Co. TLS to Ford
Boston; My dear Ford: Welcome to our shores! Next time I get to New York, which will be some time [Signed Ferris Greenslet]

  60  
Houghton Mifflin Co. TLS to Ford
Boston; Dear Ford: Thanks for your sweet reasonableness in the matter of the title [Signed Ferris Greenslet]

  60  
Houghton Mifflin Co. TLS to Ford
Boston; My dear Ford: Our Copyright Department, which, probably properly, is composed of meticulous fellows [Signed Ferris Greenslet]

  60  
Houghton Mifflin Co. TLS to Ford
Boston; Dear Ford: Thank you for yours of the 21st, with the enclosed statements from your wife. [Signed Ferris Greenslet]

  60  
Houghton Mifflin Co. TLS to Ford
Boston; My dear Ford: [Signed Ferris Greenslet]

  60  
Houghton Mifflin Co. TLS to Ford
Boston; My dear Ford: I hope you will forgive my long delay in wiriting in reply to your letter [Signed Ferris Greenslet]

  60  
Houghton Mifflin Co. TLS to Ford
Boston; My dear Ford: At long last, as everybody is now saying, I am in a position to write to you [Signed Ferris Greenslet]

  60  
Houghton Mifflin Co. TLS to Ford
Boston; My dear Ford: Thanks for your letter of the 24th. An importation in sheets of the omnibus [Signed Ferris Greenslet]

  60  
Houghton Mifflin Co. TLS to Ford
Boston; Dear Mr. Ford: We are much pleased that you should speak so enthusiastically about the appearance [Signed Ira Rich Kent]

  60  
Houghton Mifflin Co. TLS to Ford
Boston; Dear Mr. Ford: I presume that you are seeing the excellent reviews that "Portraits from Life" is receiving [Signed Dale Warren]

  60  
Houghton Mifflin Co. TLS to Ford
Boston; Dear Mr. Ford: Number 2 Brimmer Street holds added attrations for me now that it possesses a certain residue [Signed Dale Warren]

  60  
Houghton Mifflin Co. TLS to Ford
Boston; My dear Ford: We are decidedly interested in the proposed portraits of cities collaboration [Signed Ferris Greenslet]

  60  
Houghton Mifflin Co. TLS to Ford
Boston; My dear Ford: Thank you for your letter of October 19. BEAVER DAM WASH sounds like the kind of thing [Signed Ferris Greenslet]

  60  
Houghton Mifflin Co. TLS to Ford
Boston; My dear Ford: I have your telegram, and have just wired you as follows: WHIPPLE MANUSCRIPT [Includes TL[copy] Ferris Greenslet to Miss Whipple] [Signed Ferris Greenslet]

  60  
Houghton Mifflin Co. TLS to Ford
Boston; My dear Ford: Welcome back to the States. Yes, Stanley Unwin sent me a copy of your Preface [Signed Ferris Greenslet]

  60  
Houghton Mifflin Co. TLS to Ford
Boston; My dear Ford: Thank you for the helpful suggestion in your letter of May 11th. I am writing by this mail [Signed Ferris Greenslet]

  60  
Houghton Mifflin Co. TLS to Ford
Boston; My dear Ford: Thank you for your letter of June 20th. It has reached me on my return from a vice-regal fishing trip [Signed Ferris Greenslet]

  60  
Houghton Mifflin Co. TLS to Ford
Boston; Dear Mr. Ford: I have been meaning ever since I returned to send you a line to say what a pleasure [Signed Dale Warren]

  60  
Houghton Mifflin Co. TLS to Ford
Boston; My dear Ford: I have your letter containing the assertion of the negative that you "never once" [Signed Ferris Greenslet]

  60  
Houghton Mifflin Co. TLS to Ford
Boston; My dear Ford: I have your letter of October 9 [sic] and am terribly disturbed to hear of the ill turn [Signed Ferris Greenslet]

  60  
Houghton Mifflin Co. TLS to Arthur Mizener
Boston; Dear Arthur: Many thanks for your helpful letter, which greeted me on my return from Niagara Falls [Signed Dale Warren]

  60  
Houghton Mifflin Co. TLS to Arthur Mizener
Boston; Dear Arthur: The Regnery book entitled MEMORIES AND IMPRESSIONS must be the same book [Signed Paul Brooks]

  60  
Houghton Mifflin Co. TLS to Paul Palmer
Boston; Dear Mr. Palmer: We have made apublishing offer for Ford Madox Ford's article [Signed Dale Warren]

  60  
Houghton Mifflin Co. TL[copy] to Wanda Tower Pickard
[Boston] Dear Mrs. Pickard: You must be rather impatient by now to have our report on your FOUR WAYS TO SUNDAY [Signed Paul Brooks]

  60  
Houghton Mifflin Co. TLS to Maurine Whipple
Boston; Dear Miss Whipple: I have read with great interest your letter of October 28 [Signed Ferris Greenslet]

  60  
Houghton, Richard Monckton Milnes TL[copy] to Algernon Charles Swinburne
London; My dear Swinburne, I met M. Rodin yesterday in the street in a towering passion which made me shake [Typed by Violet Hunt] [Violet Hunt papers]

  60  
Houghton, Richard Monckton Milnes ALS to Francis Hueffer
Ampthill, Dear Sir, Please send me another copy of your article

  60  
Hoult, Norah ALS to Violet Hunt
London; Dear Mrs. Hueffer: Many thanks - I shall be delighted to come along on Tuesday

  60  
Hoult, Norah ALS to Violet Hunt
Dublin; My dear Mrs. Hueffer: How verynice of you to write to me & also to send

  60  
Hoult, Norah ALS to Violet Hunt
London; Dear Mrs. Hueffer, Thank you so much for your note. I should certainly like to meet

  60  
Howell, Charles ALS to Henry Treffry Dunn
London; My Dear Dunn, Did you ever design for stained glass? I want you to make me a coloured design [Violet Hunt papers]

  60  
Howell, Charles ALS to Henry Treffry Dunn
London; My Dear Dunn, Thanks for the design, I send back the first, and will see that the lead lines are properly drawn on it, [Cincludes Sketch] [Violet Hunt papers]

  60  
Howell, Charles ALS to Henry Treffry Dunn
London; My Dear Dunn, Would you mind doing me a great favour. Miss Corder left London very ill [Second copy typed by Hunt] [ Violet Hunt papers]

  60  
Howell, Charles TL[copy] to Mrs. Howell (C.A.'s mother)
London; My dear Mrs. Howell, I write in great distress, and I know that you and dear old Howell will be with me in my great trouble. [Two copies typed by Violet Hunt] [Violet Hunt papers]

  60  
Howell, Charles Augustus TL[copy] to Emmie Howell
London; My Dearest Little Em. This is for you and dear Mother, and meant to thank you all for your loving kindness to us. [Typed by Violet Hunt] [Violet Hunt papers]

  60  
Howell, Charles Augustus TL[copy] to Algernon C. Swinburne
Sussex; My dear Algernon. I wanted to be quiet and off all worries that I might enjoy thanking you [Copy typed by Violet Hunt] [Violet Hunt papers]

  60  
Howell, Kitty TL[copy,fragment] to Emmie Howell
London; My darling little Emmie. We came up to Town yesterday week, and I should have written you ere this [Copy typed by Violet Hunt] [Violet Hunt papers]

  60  
Howell, Kitty TL[copy,fragment] to Emmie Howell
Selsey; My dearest little Emmie. In my hurry yesterday I quite forgot to tell you about the "Stricklands" [Copy typed by Violet Hunt] [Violet Hunt papers]

  60  
Howell, Kitty TL[copy] to Emmie Howell
London; My darling Emmie, How can I thank you for your loving and lovely present to our pet on her birthday? [Copies typed by Violet Hunt] [Violet Hunt papers]

  60  
Huddleston, Sisley M [printed copy, fragment] Paris Salons, Cafes and Studios
[n.p.] [Copy from book of pages 116-121]

  60  
Huller, Bellionom ALS to Violet Hunt
[n.p.] Dear Mrs. Hueffer, Hutchinsons are after me again for a biographical sketch, [Violet Hunt papers]

  60  
Humphery, Emma ALS to Violet Hunt
London; Dear Miss Hunt, If you have no engagement for Thursday next, (25th), will you come to dine with us [Notes by Margaret Raine Hunt on verso] [Violet Hunt papers]

  60  
Humphreys, C. O., & Son TLS to Ford
London; Dear Sir, We are in receipt of your cheque for [pound sign] 3.10.0. which we have forwarded to Messrs Sturges & Co.

  60  
Humphreys, C. O., & Son TLS to Ford
London; Dear Sir, We beg to acknowledge receipt of your cheque

  60  
Humphreys, C. O., & Son TLS to Violet Hunt
London; Dear Madam, re South Lodge. In reply to your letter we have to inform you that the amount payable by you [Violet Hunt papers]

  60  
Humphrys, R. H. Water color drawings of Violet Hunt & Greek bust
[n.p.] [Water color of Violet Hunt, signed; verso contains water color of Greek bust] [Violet Hunt papers]

  60  
Hunt Family AM Family Tree of the Hunt-Raine-Peacock Family
[n.p.] [Family tree of Peacock, Raine, Hunt families] [Violet Hunt papers]

  60  
Hunt, Alfred William AM The Character of Alfred William Hunt
[n.p.] [List of characterizations of Hunt]

  60  
Hunt, Alfred William M Original Drawings of His Family
London; [Various drawings, 3 of Violet, 2 of Venice, 1 of Margaret with 2 children] [Violet Hunt papers]

  60  
Hunt, Alfred William M Original Drawings
[n.p.] [3 drawings, 1 a portrait of Venice, another has a poem with it.] [Violet Hunt papers]

  60  
Hunt, Alfred William Printed clippings ofabout Hunt and Royal Academy
[n.p.] [7 clippings pasted to leaves] [Violet Hunt papers]

  60  
Hunt, Alfred William AM The Dealers
[n.p.] [Poem: "'Twas a miserable night in a dull damp cot ..."] [Violet Hunt papers]

  60  
Hunt, Alfred William & Margaret Raine Hunt AM Wishes About Property
[n.p.] [States last wishes about property "if we die without making a formal will"] [Violet Hunt papers]

  60  
Hunt, Alfred William AM What will Your Last Word by my Margaret
[n.p.] [Possibly the last stanza only of a poem] [Violet Hunt papers]

  60  
Hunt, Alfred William DS Certificate of A. B. Humane Letters
Oxford; [Certificate of completing examinations for Humane Letters at Christ Church College, Oxford] [Violet Hunt papers]

  60  
Hunt, Alfred William DS Membership to the Athenaeum
London; [Certificate advising election to a membership in the Athenaeum, London]

  60  
Hunt, Alfred William DS Passport
[London] [Passport issued by the Belgian consul in London]

  60  
Hunt, Alfred William Envelope Addressed to
Durham; [Envelope addressed to Hunt]

  60  
Hunt, Alfred William AL[draft] to unknown
[n.p.] Mr. Armilage has by his letter given the public ample means of judging how far he is qualified to be a judge [Appears to be a "Letter to the Editor", newspaper unknown] [Violet Hunt papers]

  60  
Hunt, Alfred William AL[postcard]S to G. P. Boyce
London; You were elected to-night member of O.W.C.S. I am very glad of it. [Violet Hunt papers]

  60  
Hunt, Alfred William AL[draft] to Brierly
London; My dear Brierly/ I return M M's letters. Thanks for it and for yours. Just time to say that I called on Mr. C yesterday. [Violet Hunt papers]

  60  
Hunt, Alfred William Envelope to William Greenwell
Durham; [Envelope to Greenwell] [Violet Hunt papers]

  60  
Hunt, Alfred William ALS to William Greenwell
Liverpool; Dear Greenwell/ I almost think that it would be better not to exhibit the water-colour - [Violet Hunt papers]

  60  
Hunt, Alfred William ALS to William Greenwell
Liverpool; My dear Greenwell/ I did receive your letter, and ought to have answered several questions in it before this. [Violet Hunt papers]

  60  
Hunt, Alfred William AL[fragment] to Andrew Hunt
[n.p.] My dear Andrew/ I enclose a very short letter which I refrained from posting last night - the thought of the horror which might ensue [Violet Hunt papers]

  60  
Hunt, Alfred William ALS to Andrew Hunt
Oxford; Dear Father/ I am exceedingly obliged to you for the trouble which you must have taken in packing and sending [Violet Hunt papers]

  60  
Hunt, Alfred William ALS to Andrew & Sarah Hunt
Devonshire; Mydear Parents, Maria complains that I never tell you half enough concerning the domestic part [Violet Hunt papers]

  60  
Hunt, Alfred William ALS tToAndrew Hunt
Germany; Dear Father, Here am I at last, about 800 miles from home - a distance, which in my ideas, is of course a "pretty considerable one" [Violet Hunt papers]

  60  
Hunt, Alfred William Envelope to Margaret Raine Hunt
[n.p.] [Envelope from Hunt to Raine] [Violet Hunt papers]

  60  
Hunt, Alfred William ALS to Margaret Raine Hunt
Durham; My dearest Margaret/ All well and hopeful. Thanks without end for your kind and long letters. [Violet Hunt papers]

  60  
Hunt, Alfred William AL[fragment]S to Margaret Raine Hunt
[n.p.]...at Copenhagen. It ishardly worth while to run the risk. You and Miss G. T. and your Ruskin & Sir Lewin must have made [Violet Hunt papers]

  60  
Hunt, Alfred William AL[fragment]S to Margaret Raine Hunt
[n.p.]Combien des a depenser par mois. Il a dem cent parm pa mois po a depenser. [Violet Hunt papers]

  60  
Hunt, Alfred William AL[fragment]S to Margaret Raine Hunt
[n.p.]I have just got J. R's book. His ode is very delightful. And the whole book seems to be [Violet Hunt papers]

  60  
Hunt, Alfred William AL[fragment]S to Margaret Raine Hunt
[n.p.] I should go and enquire at Tyson's if I did not like that place less than the hotel. [Violet Hunt papers]

  60  
Hunt, Alfred William ALS to Margaret Raine Hunt
[n.p.] My dearest Margaret/ What a loving letter I was going to write to you last night but somehow it got swallowed up in work. [Violet Hunt papers]

  60  
Hunt, Alfred William AL[fragment]S to Margaret Raine Hunt
[n.p.] ... so I will go out & then turn into bed. Didn't I give Violet's bough a good pull [Violet Hunt papers]

  60  
Hunt, Alfred William ALS to Margaret Raine Hunt
[n.p.] My dearest Margaret/ J. R. (J. Ruskin) asked me about that story of Howell and Jones the other day and I said I knew none. [One page except typed by Violet Hunt inserted] [Violet Hunt papers]

  60  
Hunt, Alfred William AL[postcard]S to Margaret Raine Hunt
Yorkshire; Of course I need not tell you not to part with the receipt until we have got the money. [Violet Hunt papers]

  60  
Hunt, Alfred William AL[postcard]S to Margaret Raine Hunt
Mont-Saint-Michel; If there is anything in your letter to be received I hope you by 11th (Thursday) [Violet Hunt papers]

  60  
Hunt, Alfred William AL[fragment]S to Margaret Raine Hunt
[Scandinavia?] We have just had a turn at the Almanack. I am sadly disappointed I must own, to find [Violet Hunt papers]

  60  
Hunt, Alfred William ALS to Margaret Raine Hunt
Berkshire; My dear Margaret/ I am very very sorry to hear of your being so unwell. I know what it is -[Violet Hunt papers]

  60  
Hunt, Alfred William ALS to Margaret Raine Hunt
Durham; I will go so as to be at Newark Station to meet you coming by either the 4.7 train [Violet Hunt papers]

  60  
Hunt, Alfred William ALS to Margaret Raine Hunt
Berkshire; My dearest Margaret/ I have reread your letter and grasped it al last. The L & NW interim certificate is a large [Violet Hunt papers]

  60  
Hunt, Alfred William ALS to Margaret Raine Hunt
Durham; My dearest Margaret, I'm worried not out of my life but a little bit out of my work. [Violet Hunt papers]

  60  
Hunt, Alfred William ALS to Margaret Raine Hunt
Surrey; My dearest Margaret/ I have had a very pleasant hard working day, and have I think determined [Violet Hunt papers]

  60  
Hunt, Alfred William ALS to Margaret Raine Hunt
Surrey; My dearest Margaret/ Today I must admit has been poor and almost fruitless. [Violet Hunt papers]

  60  
Hunt, Alfred William ALS to Margaret Raine Hunt
Durham; My dearest Margaret/ I am really trying to be a good boy and to get and use common sense, [Violet Hunt papers]

  60  
Hunt, Alfred William ALS to Margaret Raine Hunt
Durham; My dearest Margaret/ I don't want to go to any South country place - nor to Norway - [Violet Hunt papers]

  60  
Hunt, Alfred William ALS to Margaret Raine Hunt
London; My dearest Margaret/ I enclose copy of post-card which explains, I think, my sufferings about (your) umbrella [Violet Hunt papers]

  60  
Hunt, Alfred William AL[fragment]S to Maria Hunt
[n.p.] ... Jenny's letter was a very brilliant thing & is & I hope will be fully appreciated [Violet Hunt papers]

  60  
Hunt, Alfred William ALS to Maria Hunt
Northumberland; My dear Maria/ This is a nice out of the way spirit-stirring place and a very solitary evening [Violet Hunt papers]

  60  
Hunt, Alfred William ALS to Maria Hunt
London; My dear Maria/ I was so glad to have your letters. I am here still against my wish- [Violet Hunt papers]

  60  
Hunt, Alfred William ALS to Violet Hunt
Berkshire; My dearest Violet/ It is a very delicate question about the whole line. I don't feel anything redundat in the "coming high" [Violet Hunt papers]

  60  
Hunt, Alfred William AL[postcard] to Violet Hunt
London; All no good. Your P went to ballot & came very near 25. Ned C. Hunter got 34 and got the Scotch votes [Violet Hunt papers]

  60  
Hunt, Alfred William ALS to Andrew Lang
Plainfield, New Jersey; My dear Andrew/ I have just received your letters for which I thank you most warmly.

  61  
Hieffer. Albert ALS to Elsie Martindale Hueffer
[London] Dear Cousin Elsie, Suing the accounts of your action versus illustrated Journals in the Papers I hasten to express to you my congratulations

  61  
Hueffer, Anton ALS to Elsie Martindale Hueffer
Munster; Sehr verehrts Cousine Elsie, Deine freundlichen Zeilen vom 10 October v.J. habe ich erhalten und mich inzwischen

  61  
Hueffer, Anton ALS to Elsie Martindale Hueffer
Munster; Liebe Cousine Elsie! Deinen 1. Brief vom 14 v.M. habe ich erhalten und haben wir us gleich an das Landesfinanzamt

  61  
Hueffer, Anton ALS to Elsie Martindale Hueffer
Munster; Sehr verehrte Cousine. Da nach den hiesigen geset zlichen Bestimmungen das Deinen Kindern

  61  
Hueffer, Catherine Brown ALS to Unknown Real Estate Agent
London; Sir, As you wish it I will certainly tell my agents who do business the whole of the transaction between us: [Violet Hunt papers]

  61  
Hueffer, Catherine Brown ALS to Messrs. Barrand Besge & Zipp
London; Dear Sir, I think upon consideration (as I find by your letter you are the Trustee & Executor of my poor sister [Violet Hunt papers]

  61  
Hueffer, Catherine Brown ALS to Emma Madox Brown
Dover; My dearest Mama/ We came here to-day from Merton and have just returned [Violet Hunt papers]

  61  
Hueffer, Catherine Brown ALS to Rene Byles
London; Dear Mr. Byles/ Since I saw you this morning, I think it best to write [Violet Hunt papers]

  61  
Hueffer, Catherine Brown ALS to Ford
[Chiswick] Dear Ford/ I send you a letter written to me by your dear grandfather when he was in Manchester

  61  
Hueffer, Catherine Brown AL[postcard]S to Ford
[Kingston?] I forward card to Christina & a letter to you. Thank you, I found W. Demton still had the manuscript

  61  
Hueffer, Catherine Brown AL[postcard]S to Ford & Elsie Martindale Hueffer
[n.p.] A prosperous and Happy time in the years to come

  61  
Hueffer, Catherine Brown ALS to Ford
[London] Dearest Ford, Juliet & David are leaving above address on Friday [Julian Loewe papers]

  61  
Hueffer, Catherine Brown ALS to Ford
Brook Green; My dear Ford/ Thank you very much for your book "No Mor Parades" which I got the other day [ In the had of Juliet (Hueffer) Soskice]

  61  
Hueffer, Catherine Brown ALS to Ford
Brook Green; My dear Son/ I was pleasantly surprised to have your letter with its birthday present of E.J.

  61  
Hueffer, Catherine Brown AL[postcard]S to Christina Hueffer
[n.p.] Dearest Christina/ I send you this pretty card foryour postcard album. Love to Mother and Babs

  61  
Hueffer, Catherine Brown ALS to Elsie Martindale Hueffer
[London] My dear Elsie/ You must forgive me for not sooner answering your letter

  61  
Hueffer, Catherine Brown AL[postcard]S to Elsie Martindale Hueffer
[Hammersmith] Maggie is better but still far from well. I will go for Babs in a few days when I think it safe.

  61  
Hueffer, Catherine Brown AL[postcard]S to Elsie Martindale Hueffer
Etaples; Chez Mme Becquelin a Trepied par Etaplespas de Calais. Such is my address when you answer my letter.

  61  
Hueffer, Catherine Brown ALS to Franz Hueffer
London; Dearest Franz/ I cannot write much this morning as I am going out with Mama [Violet Hunt papers]

  61  
Hueffer, Catherine Brown ALS to William Martindale
[London] Dear Mr. Martindale/ In answer to your letter I can only say that I do not consider you can or have any right to break the promise

  61  
Hueffer, Christina (Mother Mary Matthew) D Hair clipping
Aldington; [In envelope is 1 leaf identifying included hair clipping]

  61  
Hueffer, Christina (Mother Mary Matthew) AL[postcard]S to Ford & Elsie Martindale Hueffer
Rye; Cher Papa et Chere Maman, Je vous envoie une carte de la maison. J'attends avec impatience demain [Lamb Collection]

  61  
Hueffer, Christina (Mother Mary Matthew) AL[postcard]S to Ford
Winchelsea; Mon cher petit pere, Mon cou est gueri. Il neige maintenant beaucoup.

  61  
Hueffer, Christina (Mother Mary Matthew) ALS to Elsie Martindale Hueffer
[London] My dearest Mummy/ I hope you are quite well. We have just received your telegram

  61  
Hueffer, Christina (Mother Mary Matthew) ALS to Elsie Martindale Hueffer
Rye; My Dear Mother, I hope you like Rome very much. Those cards you sent us are very pretty. [Lamb Collection]

  61  
Hueffer, Christina (Mother Mary Matthew) ALS to Elsie Martindale Hueffer
[London] My Darling Mummy/ I hope you are nearly quite well now, better even than when we saw you [Lamb Collection]

  61  
Hueffer, Christina (Mother Mary Matthew) ALS to Elsie Martindale Hueffer
[St. Leonard's on Sea; My dear Mummy/ I hope you are better. I had a lovely day yesterday [Included is a letter to "Fraulein"?] [Lamb Collection]

  61  
Hueffer, Christina (Mother Mary Matthew) ALS to Elsie Martindale Hueffer
[n.p.] Just a line, my Dearest, with an "old friend" you may be glad to see again. [Lamb Collection]

  61  
Hueffer, Elsie Martindale AM Miscellaneous
[n.p.] [3 pieces, all with miscellaneous notes on them]

  61  
Hueffer, Elsie Martindale Printed Praetoria House School. Testimonials
[Folkestone, Kent; [Printed pamphlet with testimonials about the school. Notes by Elsie on title paper.]

  61  
Hueffer, Elsie Martindale ALS to Unknown
[n.p.] Dear Sir/ I will take your cabinet valuing it al (pounds) 12-10 if you agree to take my oak writing desk in its stead

  61  
Hueffer, Elsie Martindale AL[postcard]S to Unknown
[n.p.] Rent (pounds) 60 - a picturesque old roomy home by Sible Hendingham. [Verso has photo of house. Probably written to Ford] [Violet Hunt papers]

  61  
Hueffer, Elsie Martindale ALS to Ford
[Winchelsea] My dearest dearest Love/ Here we are down here again in the clear yellow & green land

  61  
Hueffer, Elsie Martindale AL[postcard]S to Ford
[France] Your second letter just read. I think it better for us to stay as you seem also to agree.

  61  
Hueffer, Elsie Martindale AL[postcard]S to Ford
Pas-de-Calais; Here we are. It is a charming place. I am thinking of staying a day or two longer.

  61  
Hueffer, Elsie Martindale AL[postcards]S to Ford
Milano; Have not had time to write a letter. Am having a jolly time here - playing gooseberry as usual

  61  
Hueffer, Elsie Martindale AL[postcards]S to Ford
Venice; I have just got your letter written after the Pent. It is dreadful to hear of all the illnesses

  61  
Hueffer, Elsie Martindale AL[postcard]S to Ford
Chioggia; I have come here for a day's trip down the lagoons. It is quite worth doing

  61  
Hueffer, Elsie Martindale AL[postcards]S to Ford
Heidelberg; Here I am at another Hotel Ritter. It seems a jolly place

  61  
Hueffer, Elsie Martindale ALS to Olive Garnett
Southend-on-Sea; My dear Olive, I am now commencing to answer your letter to us

  61  
Hueffer, Elsie Martindale AL[postcard]S
Rome; Dear Little Pussy/ I am living quite near this & in reality it is much prettier

  61  
Hueffer, Elsie Martindale AL[postcard]S
Heidelberg; Here you can see where the little Bergbahn goes up to the little restaurant

  61  
Hueffer, Elsie Martindale AL[postcard]S
Boston; Here's one of the great battle against the poor old English.

  61  
Hueffer, Elsie Martindale AL[postcard]S
New York; Dearest Pussy/ I think you will like to see this poor old cracked bell.

  61  
Hueffer, Elsie Martindale AL[draft]S to Hermann Hueffer
[Hythe] Dear Cousin Hermann/ Thank you for your kind letter of sympathy. I have been very supset by that announcement in the Daily Mirror.

  61  
Hueffer, Elsie Martindale AL[postcard]S to Katharine Hueffer Lamb
[Germany] My dear little Katherine/ Here is a picture for you with out love. We shall soon be back now.

  61  
Hueffer, Elsie Martindale AL[postcard]S to Katharine Hueffer Lamb
Boulogne-sur-Mer; Dearest Babs/ We have just seen Grandma off in her boat.

  61  
Hueffer, Elsie Martindale AL[postcard]S to Katharine Hueffer Lamb
Paris; Dear little Kitty/ I heard from Miss Berg yesterday & she says you are nearly as tall as Xtina.

  61  
Hueffer, Elsie Martindale AL[postcard]S to Katharine Hueffer Lamb
Modane à Macon; Dearest Pussy/ I am writing this in the train just on the border of Italy & France.

  61  
Hueffer, Elsie Martindale AL[postcard]S to Katharine Hueffer Lamb
Heidelberg; How do you like the look of this I am going up here on Monday

  61  
Hueffer, Elsie Martindale AL[postcard]S to Katharine Hueffer Lamb
Boston; Dearest Button/ How do you like this American house.Don't lose this card as it will be nice to have at home.

  61  
Hueffer, Elsie Martindale AL[postcard]S to Katharine Hueffer Lamb
Newport; Dearest Babs, Here is an American bathing place for you to see

  61  
Hueffer, Elsie Martindale AL[postcard]S to Katharine Hueffer Lamb
New York; Dearest Babs/ I thought your letters were very very nice. So you are going to school again

  61  
Hueffer, Elsie Martindale ALS to Katharine Hueffer Lamb
[n.p.] My dear little B- I ought to have written this ages ago

  61  
Hueffer, Elsie Martindale ALS to Katharine Hueffer Lamb
[Ashford] My dear little B- This is any extra just to let you know that Goldring is coming

  61  
Hueffer, Elsie Martindale ALS to Katharine Hueffer Lamb
{Frithfield] My dear little B- I try to date your letters each time when they arrive! Possible Go. does the same.

  61  
Hueffer, Elsie Martindale ALenvelope to Katharine Hueffer Lamb
[Ashford?] [Envelope address to Lamb from Hueffer]

  61  
Hueffer, Elsie Martindale ALS to Katharine Hueffer Lamb
[Ashford] I forgot to include these letters of P. to you [Written on verso of TLS of Koris Limited to Elsie Martindale Hueffer, Aug.24, 1945]

  61  
Hueffer, Elsie Martindale AL[fragment]S to Katharine Hueffer Lamb
[n.p.] ...been similar: People took P. from me just as someone kept you away from him.

  61  
Hueffer, Elsie Martindale ALS to Katharine Hueffer Lamb
Frithfield; My dear little B- Mrs. Moll has been this a.m. & hung me up - I wanted to write you a good letter

  61  
Hueffer, Elsie Martindale AL[fragment]S to Katharine Hueffer Lamb
[n.p.] ...snubbed me so that I was nearly in tears of fury - & the Hythe priest much to same but not to me.

  61  
Hueffer, Elsie Martindale ALS to William Martindale
[London] Dear Daddy/ Just a line to let you know of my existence & comfort.[Lamb collection]

  61  
Hueffer, Elsie Martindale ALS to William Martindale
[London] Dear Daddy, As you have chosen to use force against me to-day & to lock me in [Lamb collection]

  61  
Hueffer, Elsie Martindale ALS to William Martindale
[London] Dear Daddy, I imagine you have not realised my firm determination not to return to you, [Lamb collection]+



  61  
Hueffer, Elsie Martindale ALS to William Martindale
Hythe; Dear Daddy, My affection for you is sincere &, in spite of everything will be lasting [Lamb collection]

  61  
Hueffer, Elsie Martindale ALS to William Martindale
Hythe, My dear Daddy, I wrote to you out of the fullness of my heart. I puzzle myself sometimes [Lamb collection]

  61  
Hueffer, Elsie Martindale ALS to Mrs. Martindale
Winchelsea; My dearest Mother, I am only insisting upon full information being given the 5,000 investment, [Lamb collection]

  61  
HuefferFamily AD Family Geneological Tree
[n.p.] [Decendents of Alfred Hueffer]

  61  
Hueffer, Francis Printed Miscellaneous Clippings
[London] [Ford, father of FMF, was a music critic; all clippings are musical review, lectures and writings]

  61  
Hueffer,Francis & Catherine Brown DS Marriage License
Pancras, Middlesex; [License of marriage; signed by Joseph Ivimey, Jr., Registrar] [Violet Hunt papers]

  61  
Hueffer, Francis ALS to Ford
London; My dear Ford, As to your learning or not learning music you are now quite big enough to decieve yourself.

  61  
Hueffer, Francis ALS to Catherine Brown Hueffer
London; My darling little Puss, I can't imagine what I have done to deserve such an

  61  
Hueffer, Francis ALS Catherine Brown Hueffer
London; My darling Puss, How cruel you are not to write to me in spite of two long letters I sent you

  61  
Hueffer, Francis ALS Catherine Brown Hueffer
London; My darling Puss, You are a little angel and have done the copying most beautifully

  61  
Hueffer, Francis ALS Catherine Brown Hueffer
London; My darling little Puss, Your wish to your old bear will be fulfilled

  61  
Hueffer, H.Fl ALS to Elsie Martindale Hueffer
Nymeger; Liebe Cousine Elsie. Von dem Inhalt Deines Briefes habe ich meinem bruder Fritz mit - [Lamb collection]

  61  
Hueffer, Hermann ALS to Robert S. Garnett
Paris; My dear Sir, Let me thank you for your favor of the 16th. I consider it more than probable that Ford has little or nothing.[Lamb collection]

  61  
Hueffer, Hermann ALS to Robert S. Garnett
Lausanne; My dear Sir, Your favor of the 16th asking me for my opinion in regard to your writing to Hueffer, [Lamb collection]

  61  
Hueffer, Hermann AL[postcard]S to Elsie Martindale Hueffer
Telgte; L. Elsie [Text in German, illegible] [Lamb collection]

  61  
Hueffer, Hermann ALS to Elsie Martindale Hueffer
Paris; Dear Cousin Elsie, Your letters of Sept 1st & 13th are before me, & have also to thank you [Lamb collection]

  61  
Hueffer, Hermann ALS to Elsie Martindale Hueffer
Paris; Dear Cousin Elsie, I see by your yesterday's letter that you are disquited [sic] by the thought that Ford [Lamb collection]

  61  
Hueffer, Hermann ALS to Elsie Martindale Hueffer
Paris; Dear Cousin Elsie, Through a clipping sent us from London we have seen that Ford has really gained his divorce [Lamb collection]

  61  
Hueffer, Hermann ALS to Elsie Martindale Hueffer
Paris; Dear Cousin Elsie, I am glad to see by a clipping sent me, that the Mirror has apologized [Lamb collection]

  61  
Hueffer, Hermann ALS to Elsie Martindale Hueffer
Paris; Dear Cousin Elsie, I have still to thank you for the information you gave me by your letter of January [Lamb collection]

  61  
Hueffer, Hermann ALS to Elsie Martindale Hueffer
Paris; Dear Cousin Elsie, I am much obliged to you for your letter of the 25th of last month [Lamb collection]

  61  
Hueffer, Hermann ALS to Elsie Martindale Hueffer
Chambery; Dear Cousin Elsie, Many thanks for your note of the 12th [Lamb collection]

  61  
Hueffer, Hermann ALS to Elsie Martindale Hueffer
Chambery; Dear Cousin Elsie, Many thanks to you and Katherine for your Christmas greetings. [Lamb colleciton]

  61  
Hueffer, Hermann ALS to Elsie Martindale Hueffer
Cahmbery; Dear Cousin Elsie, I have been thinking over the contents of your letter of July 18th [Lamb collection]

  61  
Hueffer, Hermann ALS to Elsie Martindale Hueffer
Chambery; Dear Cousin Elsie, I was glad to have your letter in regard to the Lst 150. [Lamb collection]

  61  
Hueffer, Hermann ALS to Elsie Martindale Hueffer
Chambery; Dear Cousin Elsie, As you find Cousin Lamb a nice and good man, and as Katherine and he are fond of each other [Lamb collection]

  61  
Hueffer, Hermann ALS to Elsie Martindale Hueffer
Chambery; Dear cousin Elsie, Thank you ever so much for letting us know of the happy event [Lamb collection]

  61  
Hueffer, Hermann ALS to Elsie Martindale Hueffer
Chambery; Dear Cousin Elsie, I had a letter from Cousin Zoe not long ago, telling me of her trip to England [Lamb collection]

  61  
Hueffer, Hermann ALS to Elsie Martindale Hueffer
Chambery; Dear Cousin Elsie, I have had a letter from Cousin Zoe informing me that Cousin H.J. Huffer [Lamb collection]

  61  
Hueffer, Hermann ALS to Elsie Martindale Hueffer
Saint Alban; Dear Cousin Elsie, It must be my fault that I have not heard from you for a while [Lamb collection]

  61  
Hueffer, Hermann ALS to Elsie Martindale Hueffer
Dear Cousin Elsie, Your letter of the fourth has given Hattie and me great pleasure. [Lamb collection]

  61  
Hueffer, Hermann ALS to Elsie Martindale Hueffer
Saint Alban; Dear Cousin Elsie, I am late in sending you my, Hattie's and daughter Bertha's best wishes [Lamb collection]

  61  
Hueffer, Jule ALS to Katherine Hueffer Lamb
Telgte; My dear little Baby, This is the card I promised to send you [Lamb collection]

  61  
Hueffer, Leopold D printed Death Notice
[n.p.] [Printed announcement of the death of Monsieur Leopold Huffer]

  61  
Hueffer, Muriel (Mrs. Oliver) TLS to Arthur Mizener
London; Dear Mr. Mizener/ Than you very much for letting me know about my husband's books

  61  
Hueffer, Oliver Madox ALS to Mrs. Catherine Hueffer
Philadelphia; My dearest Mimps/ Here I am at last safely arrived.

  61  
Hueffer, Oliver Madox ALS to Harry Quitter
London; Dear Mr. Quitter/ My grandfather being, I am sorry to say, ill in bed is unable to answer

  61  
Hueffer, Oliver Madox ALS to Yates Thompson
London; Dear Mr. Thompson Yates. Thank you so very much for sending me round the "Burlington" catalogue.

  62  
Hunt, Amy ALS to Margaret [?]
Pacific Palisades, CA; My dear Margaret, We rec'd your most interesting letter yesterday afternoon - it was overdue.

  62  
Hunt, Amy ALS to Margaret [?]
Pacific Palisades, CA; My dear Margaret, The book "I Hae This to Say" by Violet Hunt, came to hand

  62  
Hunt, Andrew AD Drawing: Original Self Portrait
[n.p.] [Drawing of Violet Hunt's Grandfather] [Violet Hunt papers]

  62  
Hunt, Andrew AD Etching of Hunt's Church
[Melon] [Andrew Hunt's etching of his church] [Violet Hunt papers]

  62  
Hunt, Margaret Raine AM [fragment,draft?] [Article on Corsica]
[n.p.] [Draft of Margaret Hunt's carticle on Corsica]

  62  
Hunt, Margaret Raine AM[fragment, draft?] [Article on Corsica]
[n.p.] [Early draft of material later divided]

  62  
Hunt, Margaret Raine AM[copy] [Copy of article on Corsica from "Murray's Magazine"]
[n.p.] [7 leaves of copy of parts of the article and 1 leaf of draft. Article appeared in March, 1888 issue] [Violet Hunt papers]

  62  
Hunt, Margaret Raine AM[fragments] Article on Corsica, Notes and Drafts
[n.p.] [Notes and drafts of Hunt's article on Corsica] [Violet Hunt papers]

  62  
Hunt, Margaret Raine T[copy,fragment] [Article on Corsica from "Saturday Review"]
[Fragmentary copy of clipping of article on Corsica in the "Saturday Review"] [Violet Hunt papers]

  62  
Hunt, Margaret Raine AM Corsican Pator's Notes
[n.p.] [Primarily a dictionary of Corsican terms; used in her articles on Corsica.] [Violet Hunt papers]

  62  
Hunt, Margaret Raine AM Corsican Style Laments in French
[n.p.] [18 leaves of translated or original laments written by Hunt.]

  62  
Hunt, Margaret Raine AM Diary for 1852
[n.p.] [Daily diary and cash account for 1852] [Violet Hunt papers]

  62  
Hunt, Margaret Raine AM Diary for 1857
[n.p.] [Daily diary account for 1857] [Violet Hunt papers]

  62  
Hunt, Margaret Raine AM Diary for 1858
[n.p.] [Daily diary and cash accounts for 1858] [Violet Hunt papers]

  62  
Hunt, Margaret Raine AM & TM Funeral Ceremonies in Corsica
[n.p.] [12 leaves of manuscript, 16 leaves typed] [Violet Hunt papers]

  62  
Hunt, Margaret Raine AM The Green Palace
[Article on Corsica] [Violet Hunt papers]

  62  
Hunt, Margaret Raine AM Italian Poems
[n.p.] [Collected poems written in Italian]

  62  
Hunt, Margaret RaineAM The Last Time That Cloud Was O'er Me Bended
[n.p.] [First line used as title] [Violet Hunt papers]

  62  
Hunt, Margaret Raine AM Notebook of Reading Lists
[n.p.] [Begun as a diary but those pages torn out. First list contains book for adults, second to children.] [Violet Hunt papers]

  62  
Hunt, Margaret Raine TM Notes on Conversations with Robert Browning
[n.p.] [Typed notes] [Violet Hunt papers]

  62  
Hunt, Margaret Raine AM Notes on Corsica
[n.p.] [Miscellaneous notes on all sizes of paper]

  62  
Hunt, Margaret Raine AM On the Death of ______; a Series of Poetic Funeral laments of Corsica
[n.p.] [Poems, chants or laments translated into English] [Violet Hunt papers]

  62  
Hunt, Margaret Raine AM Prose lament in Corsican Style
[n.p.] Either an Italian translation or an imitation of a Corsican lament] [Violet Hunt papers]

  62  
Hunt, Margaret Raine AM Review of J. Warren Barry's "Studies in Corsica"
[n.p.] Included is a part of the printed article] [Violet Hunt papers]

  62  
Hunt, Margaret Raine AD Self-Portrait
[n.p.] [Self-portriat of Margaret Raine Hunt] [Violet Hunt papers]

  62  
Hunt, Margaret Raine AM To Destroy Worms in Wood
[n.p.] [Solution to get rid of worms in wood] [Violet Hunt papers]

  62  
Hunt, Margaret Raine AM Vocero on the Death of Caesario and Cappato & Vocero of a Herdsman's Wife of Talavo on her Husband
[n.p.] [Translations of grief songs of Italians in Corsica.] [Violet Hunt papers]

  62  
Hunt, Margaret Raine AM Your Devoted Bandit
[n.p.] [Included is the first page of the title article cut from the "Saturday Review'] [Violet Hunt papers]

  62  
Hunt, Margaret Raine DS Titles for Two Burial Plots
London; [Titles for 2 plots in Brentwood Cemetery, London]

  62  
Hunt, Margaret Raine TD[copy] Will of Mrs. Margaret Hunt
London;[ Margaret Raine Hunt's will with 3 codicils] [Violet Hunt papers]

  62  
Hunt, Margaret Raine ALS to Alfred William Hunt
[n.p.] My dearest Alfred, S[ilva] much better here. She is to be kept in her room till she goes to Whitby

  62  
Hunt, Margaret Raine ALS to Alfred William Hunt
[n.p.] Dearest Alfred/ I think we shall come on Monday next if all be well.

  62  
Hunt, Margaret Raine ALS to Alfred William Hunt
[n.p.] Dear Alfred/ I have just had a letter from Catherine Dausoigne [Muracciole] who has just had a offer [Violet Hunt papers]

  62  
Hunt, Margaret Raine ALS to Silvia Hung [Fogg Elliott]
[n.p.] Dear Silvia. This is a messed up letter between you and Violet. One pillow case is done. [Violet Hunt papers]

  62  
Hunt, Margaret Raine AL[fragment]S to Violet Hunt
[n.p.] ... A hand that [torn] more like a casually purchased bunch of bananas than anything else. [Violet Hunt papers]

  62  
Hunt, Margaret Raine AL[fragment] to Violet Hunt
[n.p.] My dear V. About 2 o'clock a gentleman discribed by Chambers as very tall, with dark hair, long & dark whiskers [Violet Hunt papers]

  62  
Hunt, Margaret Raine AL[fragment] to Violet Hunt
[n.p.] My dearest Violet/ All right about the parties. The M A's are coming very fairly [Violet Hunt papers]

  62  
Hunt, Margaret Raine AL[fragment] to Violet Hunt
[n.p.] ... Dearer if you ask for chops if you buy a small piece of the joint [Violet Hunt papers]

  62  
Hunt, Margaret Raine AL[fragment] to Violet Hunt
[n.p.] ... Don't worry yourself about the price of things - get all the experience you can and do for the best [Violet Hunt papers]

  62  
Hunt, Margaret Raine AL[fragment]S to Violet Hunt
[n.p.] ... Frank instead of your father. I hoped he would invite him & C. Barnes [Violet Hunt papers]

  62  
Hunt, Margaret Raine AL[fragment]S to Violet Hunt
[n.p.] ... friendly with him from staying so long in the house with him [Violet Hunt papers]

  62  
Hunt, Margaret Raine ALS to Violet Hunt
[n.p.] Dear V. I am coming home tomorrow - Tuesday in the afternoon. [Violet Hunt papers]

  62  
Hunt, Margaret Raine AL[fragment]S to Violet Hunt
[n.p.] My dearest V. I am glad you are happy and hope you will enjoy yourself yourself [sic] & get strong. [Violet Hunt papers]

  62  
Hunt, Margaret Raine ALS to Violet Hunt
[n.p.] My dearest V. I am not sure now that S[ilva] will leave home so soon as we expected. [Violet Hunt papers]

  62  
Hunt, Margaret Raine ALS to Violet Hunt, Sylvia Hunt [Fogg Elliot] and Venice Hunt [Benson]
My dearest Violet & Venice not forgetting Sylvia/ I am so glad when I get your dear little letters only you have made Papa idle [Violet Hunt papers]

  62  
Hunt, Margaret Raine ALS to Violet Hunt, Sylvia Hunt [Fogg Elliot] & Venice Hunt [Benson]
[n.p.] My dearest children/ I am very anxious to hear that you have reaches W. safely. [Violet Hunt papers]

  62  
Hunt, Margaret Raine ALS to Violet Hunt
[n.p.] My dear Violet/ I am very glad you have had a bath. I was going to write and tell you to get one. [Violet Hunt papers]

  62  
Hunt, Margaret Raine ALS to Violet Hunt
[n.p.] My dearest V. I can't see to write much but must send a line to tell you not to give the cat medicine [Violet Hunt papers]

  62  
Hunt, Margaret Raine AL[fragment] to Violet Hunt
[n.p.] ... I don't think S[ylvia] was keeping anything back from me & pretending to be better than she really was [Violet Hunt papers]

  62  
Hunt, Margaret Raine AL to Violet Hunt
[n.p.] My dearest V. I enclose Bry's letter - If you think he had rather send the book will you get your Papa to direct it to him [Violet Hunt papers]

  62  
Hunt, Margaret Raine ALS to Violet Hunt
Folkestone; My dearest Violet/ I got here safely after what seemed a very long journey -[Violet Hunt papers]

  62  
Hunt, Margaret Raine ALS to Violet Hunt
[n.p.] Dear V. I have no time to write or think but I send a word to say how sorry I am about your hand -- [Violet Hunt papers]

  62  
Hunt, Margaret Raine ALS to Violet Hunt
[n.p.] My dearest Violet/ I have very little time to write & can best send little scratches when moving about or waiting for trains. [Violet Hunt papers]

  62  
Hunt, Margaret Raine ALS to Violet Hunt
[n.p.] My dear Violet/ I hope you are all well. Take great care of yourself and don't make yourself ill with eating fast [Violet Hunt papers]

  62  
Hunt, Margaret Raine ALS to Violet Hunt
[n.p.] Dear V. I hope you are taking care of that lump. If it gets large see a doctor [Violet Hunt papers]

  62  
Hunt, Margaret Raine ALS to Violet Hunt
[n.p.] My dear Violet. I only take this piece of paper to save myself the trouble of going upstairs. [Verso contains a printed letter from the Committee of the vienna Interanational Art Exhibition of 1882 to Alfred William Hunt, dated June, 1881][Violet Hunt papers]

  62  
Hunt, Margaret Raine ALS to Violet Hunt
[n.p.] My dear Violet/ I would have like to have written to you yesterday but was prevented by numbers of people coming in [Violet Hunt papers]

  62  
Hunt, Margaret Raine ALS to Violet Hunt
[n.p.] Dearest V. I think you will find that S[ylvia] will send a little note with this. [Violet Hunt papers]

  62  
Hunt, Margaret Raine ALS to Violet Hunt and Sylvia Hunt [Fogg Elliott]
[n.p.] Dear V. & S. If you have not paid away the postal orders send them here for Miss Smith would be glad of them[Violet Hunt papers]

  62  
Hunt, Margaret Raine ALS to Violet Hunt
[n.p.] Dearest V. Invitation to write very nice but I have not an idea in my head & have no time to do more [Violet Hunt papers]

  62  
Hunt, Margaret Raine ALS to Violet Hunt
London; My dear V. Just a line to say that I hope if you cook at all you will take great care not to wear loose aprons [Violet Hunt papers]

  62  
Hunt, Margaret Raine ALS to Violet Hunt
[n.p.] Dear V. Just a small line in great haste to say that I hear diptheria is bad at Eton [Violet Hunt papers]

  62  
Hunt, Margaret Raine AL[fragment]S to Violet Hunt
[n.p.] ... less of the lodgings. We must be there for Mr. Maccoli's first lecture. I forget whether it is on the 3rd or 2nd. [Violet Hunt papers]

  62  
Hunt, Margaret Raine AL[fragment] to Violet Hunt
[n.p.] ... met Orion home once or twice & liked him - He talked well & had known everyone of his own best time [Violet Hunt papers]

  62  
Hunt, Margaret Raine AL[fragment] to Violet Hunt
[n.p.] My dear V. Of course you have not taken Mrs. C's without having first settled with Mrs. S. [Violet Hunt papers]

  62  
Hunt, Margaret Raine AL[Fragment]S to Violet Hunt
... Saturday we might go to Dunham on Tuesday - I expect we should want Monday in town [Violet Hunt papers]

  62  
Hunt, Margaret Raine AL[fragment] to Violet Hunt & Alfred Hunt
[n.p.] Dear V. & A. Silvia is all right and would be better still only we had a nurse she hated [Violet Hunt papers]

  62  
Hunt, Margaret Raine ALS to Violet Hunt
[n.p.] My dear Violet/ Silvia is doing very well & so is the baby and I am happy to say the nurse arrived early this morning. [Violet Hunt papers]

  62  
Hunt, Margaret Raine ALS to Violet Hunt
[n.p.] Dear V. Tell me all you are doing and do not take rooms this time for young men who may not want them [Violet Hunt papers]

  62  
Hunt, Margaret Raine AL[fragment] to Violet Hunt
[n.p.] ... That niece of Mrs. Alexanders was at the Palgraves - [Violet Hunt papers]

  62  
Hunt, Margaret Raine ALS to Violet Hunt
[n.p.] Dearest V. The [?] parted for Paris without wanting to go particularly [Violet Hunt papers]

  62  
Now in Box 62, folder 31.5
[Violet Hunt papers]

  62  
Hunt, Margaret Raine ALS to Violet Hunt and Alfred Hunt
[n.p.] My dearest A. & V.V. had much better write to S at once. It will do her good. [Violet Hunt papers]

  62  
Hunt, Margaret Raine ALS to Violet Hunt
[n.p.] My dear Violet/ Walton has just gone. His is one of the 15 chosen players who are going round to overcome [Violet Hunt papers]

  62  
Hunt, Margaret Raine ALS to Violet Hunt
[n.p.] My dear V. We are all wrong again here. S did too much yesterday norning and in the afternoon Mrs. Mason came and stayed too long[Violet Hunt papers]

  62  
Hunt, Margaret Raine ALS to Violet Hunt
[n.p.] My dear V. We have had an awful time ever since baby was born - [Violet Hunt papers]

  62  
Hunt, Margaret Raine ALS to Violet Hunt
[n.p.] ... What do you think about it? I send a list of visitors to you - pencil show who are asked, [Violet Hunt papers]

  62  
Hunt, Margaret Raine ALS to Violet Hunt
[n.p.] My dear V. You need not send any reports of business matters or public companies here. [Violet Hunt papers]

  62  
Hunt, Margaret Raine ALS to Violet Hunt
[n.p.] My dear V. You shall do as you like about coming home but you are well out of being here - [Violet Hunt papers]

  62  
Hunt, Margaret Raine ALS to Violet Hunt
[Conway, Wales] Dear Violet/ Thank you for the pretty flowers and the beautiful cowslip balls [Beginning of letter was written by one of Violet's sisters.] [Violet Hunt papers]

  62  
Hunt, Margaret Raine ALS to Violet Hunt
London; My dearest Violet/ Poor little V. how are you getting on? [Violet Hunt papers]

  62  
Hunt, Margaret Raine ALS to Violet Hunt
London; My dearest V. Had you not better come back with your Uncle E. on Wed. only let us know [Violet Hunt papers]

  62  
Hunt, Margaret Raine AL[postcard]S to Violet Hunt
Reading, Berkshire; All well. Am sorry you had to go for Venice. Aske Bry if you like, am quite well [Violet Hunt papers]

  62  
Hunt, Margaret Raine AL[postcard]S to Violet Hunt
Wiesbaden, Germany; My dear V. This is one most northerly points & we are not sorry for it has been bitterly cold [Violet Hunt papers]

  62  
Hunt, Margaret Raine AL[envelopes]
[Newcastle; London] [One addressed to Miss Raine; one addressed to Mrs. Alfred Hunt] [Violet Hunt papers]

  62  
Hunt, R. ALS to Violet Hunt
Sussex; Dear Madam/ in reply to yours of today I am tring [sic] to answer it, [Violet Hunt papers]

  62  
Hunt, R. ALS to Violet Hunt
Sussex; Dear Madam/ In reply to your's of yesterday in which I thank you for [Violet Hunt papers]

  62  
Hunt, R. ALS to Violet Hunt
Sussex; Dear Mrs. Hueffer/ I am returning the stamps as I am afraid of getting myself into trouble [Violet Hunt papers]

  62  
Hunt, R. ALS to Violet Hunt
Sussex; Dear Madam/ I received safely yesterday the parcels, & gave them myself to your Husband [Violet Hunt papers]

  62  
Hunt, R. ALS to Violet Hunt
Sussex; Dear Madam/ I am awfully sorry not to have written to you before this [Violet Hunt papers]

  62  
Hunt, R. S. ALS to Violet Hunt
London; Dear Madam, At a meeting of the Council of this Society held today, Mrs. Allingham informed us [Signed R.S. Hunt, Secretary of the Royal Society of Painters in Water Colours] [Violet Hunt papers]

  62  
Hunt, Sarah Sanderson AD & TD Probate of Will
London; [Will and Probate Certificate] [Violet Hunt papers]

  63  
Hunt, Violet AM Aylesbury Dairy Co. Account Book
[London] [Account book from March 1919 to December 1919 tracking milk products purchased from Aylesbury Dairy] [Violet Hunt papers]

  63  
Hunt, Violet AM Aylesbury Dairy Co. Account Book
[London] [Account book from May 1921 to February 1922 tracking milk products purchased from Aylesbury Dairy][Violet Hunt papers]

  63  
Hunt, Violet AMS Barclay & Co. Account Book of Funds
[London] [Banking transactions with Barclay & Co. from November 1, 1913 to November 4, 1914] [Violet Hunt papers]

  63  
Hunt, Violet AMS Barclay & Co. Account Book of Funds
[London] [Banking transactions with Barclay & Co. from January 12, 1918 to January 3, 1922] [Violet Hunt papers]

  63  
Hunt, Violet AM S. Phillips Account Book of Purchases
[London] [Account book of grocery purchases from S. Phillips from July 20, 1914 to June 10, 1916] [Violet Hunt papers]

  63  
Hunt, Violet M Printed, [fragments] from "Black and White"
[n.p.] [Pages 351-352 of March 12, 1892 issue containing a column of a play; "Venice at Olympia"; and "The Diary of a Daughter of Eve"][Violet Hunt papers]

  63  
Hunt, Violet M Printed, [fragments] from "Black and White"
[n.p.] [Pages 361-364 of September 24, 1892 issue containing 2 and 3/4 pages of a short story fragment; and "Humours of West Indian Life".][Violet Hunt papers]

  63  
Hunt, Violet M Printed, [fragments] from "Black and White"
[London] [Pages 735-736 of December 24, 1892 issue containing 1/2 column of a play; "New Novels", Empress Frederick and her Grandchild"; "Books to Read"; and "At the 'Chat Noir'".] [Violet Hunt papers]

  63  
Hunt, Violet TM Autobiography Notes
[n.p.] [Notes on various individuals written for Hunt's autobiography.] [Violet Hunt papers]

  63  
Hunt, Violet AM & TM Autobiography Notes
[n.p.] [Notes otaken from diaries from 1867 to 1900 written for Hunt's autobiography.][Violet Hunt papers]

  63  
Hunt, Violet TM Beauty Made Naught: the last Days of W. H. Hudson
[n.p.] [With holograph corrections] [Violet Hunt papers]

  63  
Hunt, Violet TM[draft] Biography of Eminent Friends
[n.p.] Rought draft of a biography covering Gaudier, Nina Hamnet, Betty Moy, etc.][Violet Hunt papers]

  63  
Hunt, Violet M printed The Burning Question
[London] [Taken from "Black and White", August 5, 1893, pages 166-167, a play.] [Violet Hunt papers]

  64  
Hunt, Violet AM & TM[printed] Cards, Invitations, Dance Programs, Notices, Etc.
[London, Germany] [Mostly printed ephemera announcements and calling cards] [Violet Hunt papers]

  64  
Hunt, Violet AM Christmas Card List
[Two rows of names of Christmas Card Recipients] [Violet Hunt papers]

  64  
Hunt, Violet TM A Child's Memories of John Ruskin
[ An earlier version of the essay, "Ruskin as a Guide to Youth"; Note on title page, "published in Westminster Gazette"] [Violet Hunt papers]

  64  
Hunt, Violet TM The Cigarette Case of the Commander
[Published in More Tales of the Uneasy by Heinemann in 1925] [Violet Hunt papers]

  64  
Hunt, Violet Printed Clippings Concerning Self
[ Included are: "Little Portraits" by Alec Waugh, "The Art of Violet Hunt" by Rachel Ferguson, and 6 clippings about an exhibit at Foyle Art Gallery of graphic art by well-known authors.] [Violet Hunt papers]

  64  
Hunt, Violet Printed Clippings Concerning Friends
Included are: "Celebrities I Have Known" by Liza Lehmann, "Gertrude Bell in Bagdad" by V. Sackville-West, "Moderns Who Are All Alike" by Osbert Sitwell, and articles on Robert Louis Stevenson, Gertrude Stein, Viscountess Erleigh, Charles Grey, Mrs. Lane, Bohun Lynch, Sir George Power, Lady Cowdray, Joseph Conrad and others.] [Violet Hunt papers]

  64  
Hunt, Violet Printed Clippings of Corsica
[Clippings Violet used for her Corsican articles.] [Violet Hunt papers]

  64  
Hunt, Violet TM The Commander's Cirgarette Case
[Early version of "The Cigarette Case of the Commander", published in More Tales of the Uneasy by Heinemann in 1925.] [Violet Hunt papers]

  64  
Hunt, Violet TM Conversations with Holman Hunt
[Notes of Violet's conversations with painter Holman Hunt about the Pre-Raphaelite Brotherhood and D.G. Rossetti.] [Violet Hunt papers]

  64  
Hunt, Violet TM[fragments] The Corsican Sisters
[Fragments of "The Corsican Sisters," a series of articles published in "The Outllok" in 1915, with some holograph corrections.] [Violet Hunt papers]

  64  
Hunt, Violet AM & TM The Corsican Sisters Notes for Compsition
[Notes used for writing the series of articles, "The Corsican Sisters" which appeared in the "Outlook" in 1915.] [Violet Hunt papers]

  64  
Hunt, Violet Printed Galley Proof of The Corsican Sisters, Article II
[Article two of the series run in "The Outlook" in 1915, with Violet's corrections.] [Violet Hunt papers]

  64  
Hunt, Violet & Margaret Raine Hunt TM Diary for 1882 of Margaret Hunt and Violet Hunt
[Complete account of all activities, persons visited and visiting, reading, etc.] [Violet Hunt papers]

  64  
Hunt, Violet & Margaret Raine Hunt TM Diary for 1883 of Margaret Hunt & Violet Hunt
[Brief notation of events by Margaret; sometimes more lengthy descriptions by Violet] [Violet Hunt papers]

  64  
Hunt, Violet & Margaret Raine Hunt TM Diary for 1884 of Margaret Hunt & Violet Hunt
[Brief notation of events of Margaret; sometimes more lengthy descriptions by Violet.] [Violet Hunt papers]

  64  
Hunt, Violet & Margaret Raine Hunt TM Diary for 1887 of Margaret Hunt & Violet Hunt
[Brief day by day list by of events by Margaret; more detailed accounts by Violet. Listing of finances.] [Violet Hunt papers]

  64  
Hunt, Violet & Margaret Raine Hunt TM Diary for 1888 of Margaret Hunt & Violet Hunt
[Detailed account day by day. January 1 - February 3 are missing.] [Violet Hunt papers]

  65  
Hunt, Violet AM & TM Diary for 1889
[Very detailed commentary on Violet's daily life] [Violet Hunt papers]

  65  
Hunt, Violet & Margaret Raine Hunt TM Diary for 1890 of Margaret Hunt & Violet Hunt
[A few brief pages by Margaret. Very detailed commentary on Violet's daily life][Violet Hunt papers]

  65  
Hunt, Violet AM Diary for 1898
[Used more as an appointment book. Only partially filled in.] [Violet Hunt papers]

  65  
Hunt, Violet AM Diary for 1900
[Very brief entries of day to day activities.] [Violet Hunt papers]

  65  
Hunt, Violet TM[copy] Diary for 1900
[Typed on back of carbon of Ford's "A History of Our Own Times".] [Violet Hunt papers]

  65  
Hunt, Violet AM & TM Diary for 1903
[Includes 26 pages of detailed comments of events; 11 page listing of places and people; and 10 pages of loose notes on the year] [Violet Hunt papers]

  65  
Hunt, Violet AM Diary for 1904
[Brief record of daily activities.] [Violet Hunt papers]

  65  
Hunt, Violet AM Diary for 1907
[Daily record of activities.] [Violet Hunt papers]

  65  
Hunt, Violet TM Diary for 1907
[Expanded version of 1907 diary giving details of activities, etc. Holograph additions.] [Violet Hunt papers]

  65  
Hunt, Violet AM Diary for 1908
[Record of daily activities] [Violet Hunt papers]

  65  
Hunt, Violet AM Diary for 1909
[Record of daily activities and financial accounts.][Violet Hunt papers]

  65  
Hunt, Violet AM[fragment] Diary of January - March, 1914
[Record of January through March only.] [Violet Hunt papers]

  65  
Hunt, Violet AM[copy] Diary of 1917/1918
[Facsimile of diary covering February, 1917 through January, 1918. Original at Pennsylvania State University Library.] [Violet Hunt papers]

  65  
Hunt, Violet AM[fragment] Diary of 1936
[Once page of 1936 diary, when she discovers "tertiories".] [Violet Hunt papers]

  65  
Hunt, Violet TM[fragment] Diary of November, 1936
[Some notes in hand.] [Violet Hunt papers]

  65  
Hunt, Violet AM Original Drawings
[Drawings of: Self-portrait; 2 portraits of father, Alfred William Hunt; 1 of mother, Margaret Raine Hunt; 1 of niece, Rosamond Fogg-Elliot.] [Violet Hunt papers]

  65  
Hunt, Violet TM[printed] The End of the Beginning
[Short story printed in "Black and White " magazine, June 11, 1892, pages 755 though 758.] [Violet Hunt papers]

  65  
Hunt, Violet TM Entry of Hunt for "Who's Who in Literature"
[Entry form of "The Literary Year Book Press".] [Violet Hunt papers]

  65  
Hunt, Violet TM[printed The Family Fiend
[Short story printed in "Black and White" magazine, November 19, 1892, pages 577-578.] [Violet Hunt papers]

  65  
Hunt, Violet TM The Flurried Years: Key to the Pseudonyms used in the Book
[ List of characters and their real identify.][Violet Hunt papers]

  65  
Hunt, Violet TM The Green Mansions of Campden Hill
[10 typed leaves, 9 leaves carbon copy and 3 blank leaves.] [Violet Hunt papers]

  66  
Hunt, Violet TM Charles Augustus Howell Biography, Part V (1) Second Typing
[Pages 225 through 330 with inserted additions.] [Violet Hunt papers]

  66  
Hunt, Violet TM Charles Augustus Howell Biography, Part VI (1) Second Typing
[Pages 515 though 636 with inserted additional pages.][Violet Hunt papers]

  66  
Hunt, Violet TM Charles Augustus Howell Biography, Part VI Second Typing
[Pages 737 through 754 with inserted additional pages.] [Violet Hunt papers]

  66  
Hunt, VioletTM Charles Augustus Howell Biography, Part VII (1)
[Pages 1 through 79.] [Violet Hunt papers]

  67  
Hunt, Violet AM & TM Charles Augustus Howell Biography Materials
Miscellaneous notes by Violet and others; some excerpts from letters. All collected by Violet to start Howell's biography.] [Violet Hunt papers]

  67  
Hunt, Violet TM Charles Augustus Howell Biography Materials
[Notes with chronological and geneological information; mainly pages of "cut and paste" notes.] [Violet Hunt papers]

  67  
Hunt, Violet AM Charles Augustus Howell Biography Scratch Notes Materials
[Miscellaneous notes on small pieces of paper] [Violet Hunt papers]

  67  
Hunt, Violet AM & TM Charles Augustus Howell Biography Materials
[Organized into chapters and characters; all on verso of Order Forms for the "New Statesman".] [Violet Hunt papers]

  67  
Hunt, Violet TM Charles Augustus Howell Biography Materials Chronologies
[Chronological events in Howell's and his friends lives.][Violet Hunt papers]

  67  
Hunt, Violet AM Charles Augustus Howell Biography Materials
[Chronological events calendar, mainly 1853 through 1858.] [Violet Hunt papers]

  67  
Hunt, Violet TM Charles Augustus Howell Biography Materials
[ Clippings and reminiscenses about Howell. More "cut and paste" pages.] [Violet Hunt papers]

  67  
Hunt, Violet TM Inventory and Valuation of Effects at South Lodge
[Inventory done by Kinghan & Lakeman in a notebook.] [Violet Hunt papers]

  67  

Moved to box 67, folder 17[Violet Hunt papers]

  67  
Hunt, Violet AM Journal for January, 1909
[Chronological listing of outgoing correspondence. Attributed initially to Violet but may be Ford's secretary at the "English Review."] [Violet Hunt papers]

  67  
Hunt, Violet TM Kelmscott to Kelmscott
[5 versions of this essay on the Morris's. Published in the "London Mercurey."] [Violet Hunt papers]

  67  
Hunt, Violet T[printed] The Latest Fad
[Essay printed in "St. Jamees's Gazette" , October 13, 1897, page 5.] [Violet Hunt papers]

  67  
Hunt, Violet TM Love's Last Leave
[Short story published in "More Tales of the Uneasy" by Heinemann in 1925.] [Violet Hunt papers]

  67  
Hunt, Violet Memorabilia
[ Includes a fan, a lock of Violet's hair, envelope of stamps, book marker, hotel card, scratch paper with welsh with an occult symbol.] [Violet Hunt papers]

  67  
Hunt, Violet M printed [copy] Merciful Aphasia
[Copy of poem printed in "The Outlook, August 28, 1915, page 271.] [Violet Hunt papers]

  67  
Hunt, Violet TM More Tales of the Uneasy - Proface
[Published by Heinemann in 1925.] [Violet Hunt papers]

  67  
Hunt, Violet TM[fragment] More Tales of the Uneasy - Proface
[Fragment of 2 pages torn into 9 strips with holograph corrections.] [Violet Hunt papers]

  68  
Hunt, Violet TM The Night of No Weather or The Morphia Trance
[Early version of a story published in More Tales of the Uneasy by Heinemann in 1925.] [Violet Hunt papers]

  68  
Hunt, Violet TM The Night of No Weather
[Published in More Tales of the Uneasy by Heinemann in 1925] [Violet Hunt papers]

  68  
Hunt, Violet M printed Not Even Half a Hero
[Printed short story from "The Outlook", September 11, 1915, pages 332-333.]

  68  
Hunt, Violet AM Notebook - Medical and Literary
[First half notes from a first aid course; second half drafts of poems and outlines for fiction. Also scattered notes of daily life.] [Violet Hunt papers]

  68  
Hunt, Violet AM Notes concerning disposal of papers
[ Discussion and decisions of bequeathing what to whom.] [Violet Hunt papers]

  68  
Hunt, Violet A[copy] M Notes for "Amiable Adventuress", "Selsea Furniture"; M hunts Forlklore, etc."; "V.S. Case Family"; "Notes for Humphreys"
[Original manuscript at Pennsylvania State University Library] [Violet Hunt papers]

  68  
Hunt, Violet AM Notes on expenses for trip to Germany for Violet & Ford in 1910
[Small brown note book with expenses written by both individuals.] [Violet Hunt papers]

  68  
Hunt, Violet TM[fragment] Notes on Violet's life with Ford at Redcar
[Violet Hunt papers]

  68  
Hunt, Violet AM & TM Notes on Margaret Hunt's ntoes of Corsica
[Violet used her Mother's notes and articles for her own articles on Corsica.] [Violet Hunt papers]

  68  
Hunt, Violet AM & TM Oscar Wilde
[The first article Violet ever wrote, age 18. Some of this material was also used in her autobiography and as introduction for a book on Pre-Rephaelite memories.] [Violet Hunt papers]

  68  
Hunt, Violet Printed Clippings about Oscar Wilde
[Most articles pasted on leaves.] [Violet Hunt papers]

  68  
Hunt, Violet M printed An Outsider
[Short play printed in "Black and White Magazine", July 23, 1892, pages 105-106.] [Violet Hunt papers]

  68  
Hunt, VioletAM[fragment] Plan of Autobiographical Novel
[Written on Grand Hotel de Laeken, Spa, Belgium; summary of a novel which was to be a daydream resolution of Violet's troubles with Ford.] [Violet Hunt papers]

  68  
Hunt, Violet Portrait of Uncle Robert
[Marked "Uncle Robert".] [Violet Hunt papers]

  68  
Hunt, Violet Printed "Read, Mark ..."
[Article by Hunt from "The Saturday Review", August 5, 1922, pages 222-223.] [Violet Hunt papers]

  68  
Hunt, Violet AM Recipes
[Mixture of recipes on various size leaves, both edibles, medical remedies and household remedies.] [Violet Hunt papers]

  68  
Hunt, Violet Printed Reviews of "My Flurried Years"
[2 reviews, one by John Carter of The Pittsburgh Post, dated December 19, 1926.] [Violet Hunt papers]

  68  
Hunt, Violet TM & TM[copy] The Rose and the King: Statesmen and Careers Blasted by Scandal
[Typescript and carbon with newspaper clipping of the Parnell/O'Shea scandal in the British government.] [Violet Hunt papers]

  68  
Hunt, Violet TMS Ruskin as a Guide to Youth
[An early version with holograph corrections of "A Child's Memories of John Ruskin" which appeared inthe "Westminster Gazette."] [Violet Hunt papers]

  68  
Hunt, Violet AM & TM Theatrical Notebook
[Data and anecdotes of many prominent theatrical personages, particularly Ellen Terry.] [Violet Hunt papers]

  68  
Hunt, Violet TM The Tiger's Skin
[Published by Heinemann in 1924; first from "Tales of the Uneasy" published by Heinemann in 1911.] [Violet Hunt papers]

  68  
Hunt, Violet TM Transport Book Materials
["Cut and paste" notes of a book that was never finished. Included (leaf 9) is a poem titled "Waiting".] [Violet Hunt papers]

  68  
Hunt, Violet printed The Wall-Flower
[Short story from "Black and White Magazine", October 21, 1893, page 510.] [Violet Hunt papers]

  68  
Hunt, Violet AD Catalogue of Auction at South Lodge
[Printed pamphlet listing sale items with end bid.] [Violet Hunt papers]

  68  
Hunt, Violet AD Dental Record
[Dentist's chart recording teeth in Violet's mouth.] [Violet Hunt papers]

  68  
Hunt, Violet TDS The Human Interest Copyright
[Certificate of copyright with letter applying for it.] [Violet Hunt papers]

  68  
Hunt, Violet DS Insturance Policy on South Lodge
[Household comprehensive insurance for South Lodge from Lloyd's of London] [Violet Hunt papers]

  68  
Hunt, Violet DS Burglary Insurance Policy
[Central Insurance Company certificates of insurance] [Violet Hunt papers]

  68  
Hunt, Violet AD School Record of One of Violet's Collegiate Courses
[Listing of grades for Violet and the entire class.] [Violet Hunt papers]

  69  
Hunt, Violet ALS to Anonymous
[London] Dear Sir/ Why will you not let me know the name and identify [Envelope addressed to "An admirere of your genius".] [Violet Hunt papers]

  69  
Hunt, Violet T[copy, fragment]L to ?
[London] Excellence, Je viens d'avoir l'honneur de recevoir de Dona Isabel Sofia Howell [Violet Hunt papers]

  69  
Hunt, Violet T[copy, fragment]L to ?
[n.p.] I received your undated letter yesterday with the several proofs of your great kindness [Violet Hunt papers]

  69  
Hunt, Violet AL[draft] to Dr. Abraham
London; Dear Dr. Abraham- Indeed you are very-very-kind. I am afraid I explained rather badly re Byrne. [Violet Hunt papers]

  69  
Hunt, Violet AD Check to Richard Aldington
London; [London County & Westminster Bank check to Aldington for 15 shillings. Signed "Violet Madox Hueffer; Aldington's signature on verso.] [Violet Hunt papers]

  69  
Hunt, Violet /tl[copy] to Edward Heron Allen
London; Dear Edward, A letter from you has come to me in a roundabout way. [Violet Hunt papers]

  69  
Hunt, Violet TL[copy]
London; Dear Lord Barnard, I thank you very much for your letter of January 11th, [Violet Hunt papers]

  69  
Hunt, Violet AL[fragment] to Venice Hunt Benson
[n.p.] Dear V. Mrs. B. was not in town nor Miss Smille nor V. & W. - so I have just written G. B. Baluor[Violet Hunt papers]

  69  
Hunt, Violet ALS to Anthony Bertram
[London] Dear Mr. Bertram, I ought to have answered your nice straight letter [Violet Hunt papers]

  69  
Hunt, Violet ALS to Francis Bickley
South Lodge; Dear Mr. Francis Bickley/ I used to be aufully afraid of you till my book came out [Violet Hunt papers]

  69  
Hunt, Violet ALS to Francis Bickley
South Lodge; Dear Mr. Bickley/ Someone picked up your book just before you came the other day [Violet Hunt papers]

  69  
Hunt, Violet ALS to Francis Bickley
South Lodge; Dear Mr. Bickley/ What about your primised visit to me? [Violet Hunt papers]

  69  
Hunt, Violet ALS to Francis Bickley
South Lodge; Dear Mr. Bickley/ I forget if I asked you in I lent you [Violet Hunt papers]

  69  
Hunt, Violet ALS to Francis Bickley
South Lodge; Dear Mr. Bickley/ I do quite well remember meeting you [Violet Hunt papers]

  69  
Hunt, Violet AL[postcard]S to Francis Bickley
South Lodge; Dear Mr. Bickley/ Friday will be very nice [Violet Hunt papers]

  69  
Hunt, Violet Envelope to Oswald Bickley
Kenington [Violet Hunt papers]

  69  
Hunt, Violet TL[copy] to "Boots" Libraries
[n.p.] Dear Sir, My friends and readers on enquiring for my new novel at some of your wonderful set of Libraries, [Violet Hunt papers]

  69  
Hunt, Violet
London; Dear Miss Bradon/ I wxpect you have forgotten me but I & my friend MissCockran saw something of you [Violet Hunt papers]

  69  
Hunt, Violet TL[copy] to Mr. Byles
London; Dear Mr. Byles, Heron Allen says that Mrs. Hueffer may at any time seize the furniture at the flat [Violet Hunt papers]

  69  
Hunt, Violet AD to Lady Lucy Byron
London [Barclay & Company, Limited check for 12 shillings. Signed by Violet Hunt; endorsed on verso by Lucy Byron.] [Violet Hunt papers]

  69  
Hunt, Violet TL[draft]S to Lady Lucy Byron
London; Dear Lucy/ I feel I must write to you again to tell you how grateful I feel to you. [Violet Hunt papers]

  69  
Hunt, Violet AL to Lady Lucy Byron
London; Dear Lucy/ I have been looking at your kind letter again & I see you sign yourself mine sincerely. [Violet Hunt papers]

  69  
Hunt, Violet TL[copy] to Lady Lucy Byron
London; Dear Lucy/ I must write to you to tell you how gratef grateful I am to you for easing the situation. [Violet Hunt papers]

  69  
Hunt, Violet AL[draft]S to Lady Lucy Byron
London; Dear Lucy/ I must write to you again to tell you how grateful I am to you for easing the situation, [Violet Hunt papers]

  69  
Hunt, Violet AL[draft] to Lady Lucy Byron
London; Dear Lucy/ I want to tell you what a good fairy you have been. [Violet Hunt papers]

  69  
Hunt, Violet AL[postcard]S to Annie Child
Sussex; Please address me- Large Acres/ Selsey Bill/ Sussex [Violet Hunt papers]

  69  
Hunt, Violet TL[copy] to Annie Child
Oxford; Dear Child/ I think I shall have to keep the Hueffer children to dinner [both carbon copies of same page] [Violet Hunt papers]

  69  
Hunt, Violet TL[fragment, copy] to Annie Child
Norfolk; ... longer, So glad you are better. I wonder what it was? We are very happy here- [both copies of same page.] [Violet Hunt papers]

  69  
Hunt, Violet AL[postcard] to Annie Child
Carcassonne, Aude, France; I get all the letters all right - I think [Violet Hunt papers]

  69  
Hunt, Violet AL[postcard]to Annie Child
Somme, France; I sent you a wire to ask you to address me Hotel de la Mer [Violet Hunt papers]

  69  
Hunt, Violet AL[postcard] to Annie Child
Somme, France; I shall be back, I think on Monday night - but shall probably be able to wire on Monday. [Violet Hunt papers]

  69  
Hunt, Violet TL[fragment, copy] to Annie Child
Beaumont le Roger, France; Dear Child I forgot my stays. Short ones especially at the back [Violet Hunt papers]

  69  
Hunt, Violet TL[draft] to Kenneth V. Dolleymore
[n.p.] I would suggest in return for Mr. Elis' leaving me the residue of his his [sic] estate [Included is TL reply of June 2, 1933] [Violet Hunt papers]

  69  
Hunt, Violet AL[draft]S to Kenneth V. Dolleymore
[n.p.] I want Mr. Ellis to have my books, after various bequests have been carried out [Violet Hunt papers]

  69  
Hunt, Violet AL[draft]S to Kenneth V. Dolleymore
[n.p.] The scale of my annuities must be varied according to the present fall in my income. [Violet Hunt papers]

  69  
Hunt, Violet ALS to Stewart Marsh Ellis
[London] Yes. do come if you can. I don't dress [Included is TLS to Arthur Mizener from Paul Bartlett, May 14, 1971.] [Violet Hunt papers]

  69  
Hunt, Violet ALS to Rose Cumberbatch Ferguson
[n.p.]My darling Rose. Don't think that I have given up caring for you [Violet Hunt papers]

  69  
Hunt, Violet ALS to Rose Cumberbatch Ferguson
[n.p.] My darling dearest Rose. I don't want to come back! There is no use in it [Violet Hunt papers]

  69  
Hunt, Violet ALS to Rose Cumberbatch Ferguson
Yorkshire; Dear Rose. I know you are very busy but won't you write me a word[Violet Hunt papers]

  69  
Hunt, Violet ALS to Rose Cumberbatch Ferguson
Yorkshire; My dear Rose. You promised so faithfully to write to me during these holildays [Violet Hunt papers]

  69  
Hunt, Violet ALS to Rose Cumberbatch Ferguson
[n.p.] Dear Rose You are not 'leaving me like this" - you were and have been sweet to me [Violet Hunt papers]

  69  
Hunt, Violet ALS to Rose Cumberbatch Ferguson
[n.p.] Dear Rose, Forgive my writing to you but I find it difficult to answer Rachel's letter. [Violet Hunt papers]

  69  
Hunt, Violet envelope to Ford
[Letter-card addressed to F. M. Hueffer] [Violet Hunt papers]

  69  
Hunt, Violet ALS to Ford
[n.p.] Dear Ford/ Don't trouble about Rosamond, it doesn't matter now [Violet Hunt papers]

  69  
Hunt, Violet
[n.p.] Dear Ford/ Please let me know as soon as you can [Julian Loewe papers]

  69  
Hunt, Violet TL[copy] to Ford
Oxford; Dear, don't be cross. This place is the devil for my shoulder! [Violet's copy] [Violet Hunt papers]

  69  
Hunt, Violet TL[copy] to Ford
[n.p.] Dear/ I wrote a little poem for you in the train. [[Violet's copy] [Violet Hunt papers]

  69  
Hunt, Violet TL[copy] to Ford
Oxford; Dear. You have not used those envelopes! And I am glad because I believe it hurts you to use your hand. [Violet's copy] [Violet Hunt papers]

  69  
Hunt, Violet TL[copy] to Ford
Liverpool; Dearest dear, and dearest again. I wired to you - I feel as if I could not let go of your hand [Violet's copy] [Violet Hunt papers]

  69  
Hunt, Violet TL[copy]S to Ford
Sussex; Dearest, Tuesday night-11-no moon! I got yours - two of yours, just before dinner - [Violet's copy] [Violet Hunt papers]

  69  
Hunt, Violet TL[copy] to Ford
Sussex; Dearest. Writing to you from here in this prison time without any certainly to reply [Violet's copy] [Violet Hunt papers]

  69  
Hunt, Violet TL[copy]S to Ford
Sussex; Dear, A little hasty, conscious letter from Rosamond, the first. She hasn't writer's cramp. [Violet's copy] [Violet Hunt papers]

  69  
Hunt, Violet TL[copy] to Ford
Sussex; Dear. This is the last letter I shall address to you at Bedurn. [Violet's copy] [Violet Hunt papers]

  69  
Hunt, Violet TL[copy] to Ford
Sussex; Mon ami. Vient d'arriver, J'ai dine et je me couche! Je crois que tu m'as trop aimee? [Violet's copy] [Violet Hunt papers]

  69  
Hunt, Violet ALS to Ford
London; Dearest Ford I enclose London Opinion [Written on corner of page from London Opinion containing article in "Round the Town : The Novelist's Two Wives" printed in October 14th, 1911 issue.] [Violet Hunt papers]

  69  
Hunt, Violet AL[draft]S to Ford
West Sussex; Dear Ford/ Will you write to me honestly and fairly about us? Our affair cannot be allowed to go on like this [Violet Hunt papers]

  69  
Hunt, Violet ALS to Ford
[n.p.] Dear Ford/ These letters have been at the studio since I came back [Julian Loewe papers]

  69  
Hunt, Violet AL[draft]S to Ford
London; Dear Ford. I am very sorry but I see we must have an interview [Written on English Review stationary] [Violet Hunt papers]

  69  
Hunt, Violet AL[draft]S to Ford
London; Dear Ford. I am very sorry but I see we must have an interview soon. [Written on English Review stationary][Julian Loewe papers]

  69  
Hunt, Violet TLS to Ford
[n.p.] Dear Ford/ Will you come and have tea or any other meal [Julian Loewe papers]

  69  
Hunt, Violet AL[fragment] to Ford
[n.p.] ... I have read the July number of the Chapbook [Julian Loewe papers]

  69  
Hunt, Violet AL[draft]S to Ford
Dear Ford/ I have very bad pains in my head. [Violet Hunt papers]

  69  
Hunt, Violet TL[fragment] to Ford
[n.p.] Dear Ford. Can you and will you, tell me anything you know about Charles Augustus Howell [Violet Hunt papers]

  69  
Hunt, Violet ALS to Ford
South Lodge; Dear Ford. A great misfortune has befallen me [Julian Loewe papers]

  69  
Hunt, Violet AL[draft]S to Ford
South Lodge; Dear Ford. A great misfortune has befallen me [Violet Hunt papers]

  69  
Hunt, Violet TLS to Ford
[n.p.] Dear Ford/ I don't think that May Sinclair really likes my work [Julian Loewe papers]

  69  
Hunt, Violet ALS to Ford
[n.p.] Dear Ford. I know that just now you must be very busy. [Julian Loewe papers]

  69  
Hunt, Violet envelope to Ford
Sussex; [Envelope address to Ford] [Violet Hunt papers]

  69  
Hunt, Violet AL[fragment] to Anthony Hall
London; Dear Mr. Anthony Hall/ Thank you very much for yr kind letter of the 30th[Violet Hunt papers]

  69  
Hunt, Violet AL[postcard]S to Lena Hook
London; Dear Lena/ If back do come for tea here tomorrow. [Violet Hunt papers]

  69  
Hunt, Violet AL[drafts] to Isabel Sofia Howell
Dona Sofia Le nobre "Combien" desendants deus Samuel Howell qui a epousee Susanna Fletcher, [2 or 3 various drafts concerning Charles Augustus Howell] [Violet Hunt papers]

  69  
Hunt, Violet AL[postcard][fragment] to Catherin Brown Hueffer
St. Remy, France; Dear Mrs. Hueffer, I am very late in sending you those two photos I promised you [Verso contains photograph of Violet & Ford with another couple.] [Violet Hunt papers]

  69  
Hunt, Violet TL[copy, fragment] to Christina Hueffer
[n.p.] ... Wisp also has returned after taking a holiday [Violet Hunt papers]

  69  
Hunt, Violet ALS to Elsie Martindale Hueffer
Dear Mrs. Hueffer/ I will send the fees to the oculist and the optician as I promised [Lamb collection]

  69  
Hunt, Violet ALS to Elsie Martindale Hueffer
London; Dear Mrs. Hueffer/ You will think it very strange of me but a felt a great peace [Lamb collection]

  69  
Hunt, Violet ALS to Elsie Martindale Hueffer
London; I did not see Conrad that day -- but I remembered that you said you wanted to see his new book [Lamb collection]

  69  
Hunt, Violet AL[fragment,draft] to C. O. Humphries & Son
[n.p.]... I want to get if possible; -1. The exact date of the morning [Violet Hunt papers]

  69  
Hunt, Violet ALS to Alfred Hunt
Northumberland; Dear Papa/ You are very nice to like my letter [Violet Hunt papers]

  69  
Hunt, Violet ALS to Jesse Hunt
Campden Hill; Dear Jessie/ I gave Mamma George Boughton's letter to send you- [Violet Hunt papers]

  69  
Hunt, Violet ALS to Jessie Hunt
Campden Hill; Dear Jessie/ I have been awfully busy, and so have delayed answering your kind letter [Violet Hunt papers]

  69  
Hunt, Violet TL[copy] to Margaret Raine Hunt
Surrey; My dear Mother. I selt very sad at leaving you - and if I didn't see that you liked Mrs. Paul [Violet Hunt papers]

  69  
Hunt, Violet AL[draft]S to Nell [Jackson?]
[n.p.] Dear Nell/ I think it very unnecessary to tell all my friends [Violet Hunt papers]

  69  
Hunt, Violet TL[copy] to Henry James
London; Dear Mr. James, But I am not in a "lamentable position" at all as regards Mrs. Hueffers' divorce proceedings, [Violet Hunt papers]

  69  
Hunt, Violet AL[postcard]S to Miss M. Lehmann
[n.p.] Dear M. If it is absolutely fine tomorrow - do come to tennis - [Violet Hunt papers]

  69  
Hunt, Violet TL[copy] to Samuel S. McClure
[n.p.] My dear S. S., Thanks for your letter which I much appreciated and to which I will pay attention [Violet Hunt papers]

  69  
Hunt, Violet TL[copy] to Mr. Pritchett
Kent; Dear Mr. Pritchett, Thak you so much. I am very glad to get the list of errata [Violet Hunt papers]

  69  
Hunt, Violet ADS to Miss Radclyffe-Hall
London; [Check for three pounds, signed by both women] [Violet Hunt papers]

  69  
Hunt, Violet AL[draft]S to Betty Ricketts
London; Dear Betty/ I did not come in to bid you an official goodbye as of course I should have done [Violet Hunt papers]

  69  
Hunt, Violet ADS to Gertrud Schablowsky
London; [Check for 20 pounds, signed by both women] [Violet Hunt papers]

  69  
Hunt, Violet ADS to Gertrud Schablowsky
London; [Check for sixty five pounds, signed by both women] [Violet Hunt papers]

  69  
Hunt, Violet ALS to Gladys Storey
London; Dear Miss Storey, I am so glad to receive your nice congratulations.[Violet Hunt papers]

  69  
Hunt, Violet TL[draft]S to The Sunday Times Editor
London; Sir, Sir John Squire, in his review of Mr. Osbert Burdett's book on Robert Browning, [Violet Hunt papers]

  69  
Hunt, Violet ADS to H. G. Wells
London; [Check for one pound, signed by both parties.] [Violet Hunt papers]

  70  
Hunt, William Holman ALS to Ford Madox Brown
London; My dear Brown, No good wishes of an old friend can I value more than yours.

  70  
Hunt, William Holman ALS to Ford Madox Brown
London; My dear Brown. I shall be and Edith also will be very happy to dine with you

  70  
Hunt, William Holman ALS to Ford Madox Brown
London; My dear Brown. We shall be happy to come to you on Wednesday nest at 7 1/2.

  70  
Hunt, William Holman ALS to Alfred Hunt
[London] My dear Hunt. I have lately sent home a couple of water color drawings

  70  
Hunt, William Holman ALS to Alfred Hunt
[n.p. Dear Namesake. I hope to be under Syrian skies - not so far from the gates of the Sun -

  70  
Hunt, William Holman ALS to Alfred Hunt
Jerusalem; My dear Namesake. The water color drawing promised for this season's exhibition at the Old Water C. Socy is to arrive about the 20th or 27th inst.

  70  
Hunt, William Holman ALS to Margaret Raine Hunt
[n.p.] My dear Mrs. Hunt. I am think I am free on Thursday - if you will excuse my being so late as 7.

  70  
Hunt, William Holman ALS to Margaret Raine Hunt
Jerusalem; Dear Mrs. Hunt- Pray excuse the smallness of this note in answer to yours

  70  
Hunt, William Holman ALS to Margaret Raine Hunt
[n.p.] Dear Mrs. Hunt- I shall hope to join your party on Tuesday next.

  70  
Hunt, William Holman ALS to Margaret Raine Hunt
London; My dear Mrs. Hunt. Some day I hope to be able to tell you myself all the particulars of my secret

  70  
Hunt, William Holman ALS to Margaret Raine Hunt
London; Dear Mrs. Hunt. It is an inexpressable advantage to me to have the use of your studio.

  70  
Hunt, William Holman ALS to Margaret Raine Hunt
London; Dear Mrs. Hunt. I have been away at Oxford where I was detained longer than I had intended to be

  70  
Hunt, William Holman ALS to Margaret Raine Hunt
London; My dear Mrs. Hunt. As I am going to Winchester this evening I shall not have the opportunity I had looked to of calling upon you

  70  
Hunt, William Holman ALS to Margaret Raine Hunt
London; My dear Mrs. Hunt. I called upon you about a fortnight ago but was unfortunate to speak according to my intentions

  70  
Hunter, M. evelope from ?
[Unidentified envelop received] [Lamb collection]

  70  
Hutchinson, Evelyn TL[copy, fragment] to Rebecca West
[New Haven] ... I assume there was only one Edward Heron Allen of whom Who Was Who informs us [copy sent to Arthur Mizener]

  70  
Hutchinson, R. H. Percy ALS to Francis Hueffer
Rugby; My dear Dr. Hueffer/ I enclose copy of my letter to Mr. Yeatman. I have not written to Mr. Jacques [Violet Hunt papers]

  70  
Hutt, Sir William envelope to William Sidney Gibson
[Envelope for in George Peacock papers] [Violet Hunt papers]

  70  
Hutton, Richard Holt ALS to Alfred William Hunt
London; My dear Sir, I [entreat] you with your doctrine & wish you had lent your great authority to that note [Violet Hunt papers]

  70  
Huxley, Aldous ALS to Ford
London; Dear Ford/ It's a case of Box and Co, I fear. Your letter was forwarded here

  70  
Huxley, Aldous AL[postcard]S to Ford
Marseille; If it's just a question of preserving the easel, till Seabrook's return, and if it's still of use to you,

  70  
Huxley, Aldous ALS to Ford
Sanary; Dear Ford/ So sorry not to have answered your letter of April 20th before.

  70  
Hyde, William AM "London" in Seven Essays
[Proposal between Ford and Hyde to publish a book.] [Lamb collection]

  70  
Hyde, William ALS to Ford
Surrey; Dear Hueffer/ The arrangement you propose will probably lead to the best result. [Lamb collection]

  70  
Hyde, William ALS to Ford
Surrey; Dear Hueffer/ Having obtained a good introduction from Constables I went to Albermarle yesterday [Lamb collection]

  70  
Hyde, William ALS to Ford
Surrey; Dear Hueffer/ It was kind of you to send me a line so promptly [Lamb collection]

  70  
Hyde, William ALS to Ford
Surrey; Dear Hueffer/ I hope you are not getting impatient. I am getting up steam [Lamb collection]

  70  
Hyde, William ALS to Ford
Surrey; My dear Hueffer/ I am sending herewith three line drawings. [Lamb collection]

  70  
Hyde, William ALS to Ford
Surrey; My dear Hueffer/ The ms. and drawings come at midday. Many thanks. [Lamb collection]

  70  
Hyde, William ALS to Ford
Surrey; Dear Hueffer/ In about a week I shall be ready for Murray. [Lamb collection]

  70  
Hyde, William ALS to Ford
Surrey; Dear Hueffer/ Many thanks for the synopsis and your letter. [Lamb collection]

  70  
Hyde, William ALS to Ford
Surrey; My dear Hueffer/ I hope you got my wire early on tuesday? [Lamb collection]

  70  
Hyde, William ALS to Ford
Surrey; Dear Hueffer/ I have sent off two drawings to Murray with a letter asking for an interview [Lamb collection]

  70  
Hyde, William ALS to Ford
Surrey; My dear Hueffer/ The enclosed does not look hopeful. I enclose a note I sent[Lamb collection]

  70  
Hyde, William ALS to Ford
Surrey; My dear Hueffer/ Your reply to Murray is quite admirable - it sums up the whole matter [Lamb collection]

  70  
Hyde, William ALS to Ford
Surrey; Dear Hueffer/ Many thanks. I fear I am troublesom [sic] but as I am ignorant [Lamb collection]

  70  
Hyde, William ALS to Ford
Surrey; My dear Hueffer/ I received Murrays [sic] letter yesterday. Here it is. [Lamb collection]

  70  
Hyde, William ALS to Ford
Surrey; My dear Hueffer/ Thanks for your letter. It is quite lucid. [Lamb collection]

  70  
Hyde, William ALS to Ford
Surrey; My dear Hueffer/ I am afraid that Murray was right. Ther iis too much "London" - [Lamb collection]

  70  
Hyde, William ALS to Ford
Surrey; Dear Hueffer/ Halkett writes this morning asking me to make a drawing for one of his articles [Lamb collection]

  70  
Hyde, William ALS to Ford
Surrey; My dear Hueffer/ I received the MS. and your note. I did not send in our stuff to Halkett [Lamb collection]

  70  
Hyde, William ALS to Ford
Surrey; My dear Hueffer/ Many thanks for your letter and proposals. I have thought about them [Lamb collection]

  70  
Hyde, William ALS to Ford
Surrey; My dear Hueffer/ I am sending today your MS. and four drawings to the PMM. [Leaf torn in half.] [Lamb collection]

  70  
Hyde, William ALS to Ford
Surrey; My dear Hueffer/ To be quite frank, I am "off" the single article for the pall mall, [Lamb collection]

  70  
Hyde, William ALS to Ford
Surrey; My dear Hueffer/ Most kind of you to ssend me a line, don't bother any more just yet [Lamb collection]

  70  
Hyde, William ALS to Ford
Surrey; Dear Hueffer/ I am writing through Kate to save time, & also because I am too angry to write clearly. [Lamb collection]

  70  
Hyde, William ALS to Ford
Surrey; Dear Hueffer/ I am sorry to worry you but you must return letters I sent to you [Lamb collection]

  70  
Hyde, William ALS to Ford
Surrey; My dear Hueffer/ Thanks for your letter. I am really sosrry that you are having so much trouble. [Lamb collection]

  70  
Hyde, William ALS to Ford
Surrey; My dear Hueffer. I am very very sorry to hear your news. [Lamb collection]

  70  
Hynes, Samuel TLS to Arthur Mizener
London; Dear Mr. Mizener/ I have just been looking at some Violet Hunt papers and it occurred to me

  70  
Hynes, Samuel TLS to Arthur Mizener
London; Dear Mr. Mizener/ I'm glad you're putting your Rare Book man on to the Violet Hunt papers.

  70  
Hynes, Samuel TLS to Arthur Mizener
London; Dear Arthur, (Do you mind the first-name? It will be simpler when they've given us all numbers.) [With TLS to Hynes from A. Colin Cole, April 29, 1969 plus 2 leaves of notes Hynes took at Stones Porter on the Violet Hunt papers there.] [Gift of Arthur and Rosemary Mizener]

  70  
Hythe Golf Club A & printed D to Ford
Hythe [Receipt for payment of yearly fees at the Hythe Golf Club]

  70  
Ingelow, Jean ALS to Margaret Raine Hunt
[n.p.] Dear Mrs. Hunt/ If the fog keeps off tomorrow I hope to appear - [Violet Hunt papers]

  70  
Ingelow, Jean ALS to Margaret Raine Hunt
London; Dear Mrs. Hunt/ Very many thanks for the private cie card - I should have been delighted to use it [Violet Hunt papers]

  70  
Ingelow, Jean ALS to Margaret Raine Hunt
London; Dear Mrs. Hunt/ I have been wanting to come & see you ever since you wrote to congratulate you on the pleasant news [Violet Hunt papers]

  70  
International Labor Defense TLS to Ford
New York; Dear Mr. Ford: This is to remind you about the article on the right of asylum [Signed Louis Colman]

  70  
International Literary Management TLS to Arthur Mizener
London; Dear Mr. Mizener/ Thank you for your letter of October 3. [Signed by Susan Kellaway]

  70  
L'Intransigeant TLS to Ford
Paris; Monsieur/ C'est votre confrere Seabrook qui me donne votre adresse [Signed Hector Ghilini]

  70  
L'Intransigeant TLS to Ford
Paris; Monsieur et cher confrere/ Je reçois votre papier et la photo qui l'accompagne

  70  
J., C. H. ALS to Violet Hunt
London; Cheer up, little pal. You have some friends. [Violet Hunt papers]

  70  
Jack, P. A. M. ALS to Ford
New York; Dear Sir, Thank you so much for your letter which was a great pleasure to me.

  70  
Jackson, Mrs. Percy
London; My dear Ford/ I am distressed to have been in Berkshire just on the day when you are in town.

  70  
James, Henry AL[copy]S to Ford
Rye; Dear Sir, I shall be very happy to see you & talk with you -- [Original at Harvard; with typed transcription]

  70  
James, Henry AL[copy, telegram] to Ford
Rye; Shall be glad to see you at luncheon [Original at Harvard; with typed tanscription]

  70  
James, Henry AL[copy, ] to Ford
London; Dear Mr. Madox Hueffer- Many thanks for your information about Mr. Hyde [Original at Harvard; with typed tanscription]

  70  
James, Henry TL[copy] to Ford
Rye; Dear M.F. Hueffer- I take it very kindly that you have sent me your so curious and interesting book of verses [Original at Harvard]

  70  
James, Henry AL[copy]S to Ford
Rye; My dear F. M. Hueffer- I am overwhelmed by your letter, touched by your sympathy, and almost appalled by your munificence:[Original at Harvard; with typed transcription]

  70  
James, Henry AL[copy]S to Ford
Torquay; Dear Mr. Hueffer- I am sorry you should be burdened with questions of the order of the one you quote from Garnett [Original at Harvard; with typed transcription]

  70  
James, Henry AL[copy]S to Ford
Rye; My dear Hueffer- I thank you ever so kindly for your letter which gives me extreme pleasure [Original at Harvard; with typed transcription]

  70  
James, Henry AL[copy]S to Ford
Rye; Dear Hueffer- I ought already to have thanked you for the handsome present of the Romantic volume, [Original at Harvard; with typed transcription]

  70  
James, Henry TL[copy]S to Ford
Rye; My dear Hueffer- II thank you kindly, even from a prostrate posture which forbids my doing aught [Original at Harvard; with typed transcription]

  70  
James, Henry AL[copy, fragment]S to Ford
London; ... I can't begin to "think of" my book for at least a year [Original at Harvard]

  70  
James, Henry AL[copy, fragment]S to Ford
London; My dear Hueffer- Lord bless you, it is allright about your book of which I am delighted to hear [Original at Harvard; with typed transcription]

  70  
James, Henry AL[copy]S to Ford
London; My dear Hueffer- I write to Conyers Carr by this post -- & as in a period of 30 years [Original at Harvard; with typed transcription]

  70  
James, Henry AL[copy]S to Ford
Rye; Dear Ford Hueffer- Just a word to say that I hope very much you will come down for your Winchelsea books [Original at Harvard; with typed transcription]

  70  
James, Henry TL[copy]S to Ford
London; My dear Hueffer- I am delighted to hear that your novel announces itself as Epoch-making [Typed transcription; original at Harvard]

  70  
James, Henry TL[copy] to Ford
Rye; Dear Ford Hueffer. very pressing occupation has to this moment prevent my writing you [Typed copy] [Violet Hunt papers]

  70  
James, Henry TL[copy]S to Ford
Rye; Dear Ford Hueffer. Very pessing occupation has prvented till this moment my writing you [Typed transcription]

  70  
James, Henry AL[copy]S to Elsie Martindale Hueffer
Rye; Mrs. Hueffer- Most kind you note & most tempting your invitation [Typed transcription; original at Harvard]

  70  
James, Henry AL[copy]S to Elsie Martindale Hueffer
London; Dear Mrs. Hueffer- On Thursday 25th with great pleasure [Typed transcription; original at Harvard]

  70  
James, Henry AL[copy]S to Elsie Martindale Hueffer
London; Dear Mrs. Hueffer- If you kindly mean to dinner on this coming Thurdsay [Typed transcription; original at Harvard]

  70  
James, Henry AL[copy]S to Elsie Martindale Hueffer
London; Dear Mrs. Hueffer- I have both you sad letter and Hueffer's telegram [With typed transcription; original at Harvard]

  70  
James, Henry AL[copy]S to Elsie Martindale Hueffer
London; Dear Mrs. Hueffer- Your remembrance of me is very kind & I accept with pleasure the ticket [With typed transcription; original at Harvard]

  70  
James, Henry TL[copy]S to Elsie Martindale Hueffer
Rye; Dear Mrs. Ford Madox- Oh yes, I must acknowledge your interesting and touching letter, for which I thank you. [With typed transcription; original at Harvard]

  70  
James, Henry AL[copy]S to Elsie Martindale Hueffer
Rye; Dear Mrs. Hueffer- All thanks for the kind documentary evidence. [With typed transcription; original at Harvard]

  70  
James, Henry AL[copy]S to Elsie Martindale Hueffer
Rye; Dear Mrs. Hueffer- I go up to town to stay on Feb. 5th & I go up tomorrow to a melancholy funeral [With typed transcription; original at Harvard]

  70  
James, Henry AL[copy]S to Elsie Martindale Hueffer
Rye; Dear Mrs. Hueffer- I am very glad indeed to hear from you, in spite of your sad history [With typed transcription; original at Harvard]

  70  
James, Henry TL[copy]S to Elsie Martindale Hueffer
Rye; Dear Mrs. Hueffer- I have already delayed too long to acknowledge your handsome novel [Typed transcription]

  70  
James, Henry TL[copy] to Violet Hunt
Rye; My dear Violet, Yes indeed I am at Rye- where else should I be? For I am here pretty well always and ever[Violet Hunt papers]

  70  
James, Henry TL[copy] to Violet Hunt
Rye; Dear Violet Hunt. I should be writing to you tonight to say that it would give me great pleasure [Violet Hunt papers]

  70  
James, Henry TL[copy] to Violet Hunt
Rye; Dear Violet Hunt. I should be writing to you tonight to say that it would give me great pleasure [Typed transcription]

  70  
James, Henry TL[copy] to Violet Hunt
Rye; Dear Violet Hunt. I am obliged to you for your letter of Wednesday last, but, with all due consideration for it [Violet Hunt papers]

  70  
James, Henry TL[copy] to Violet Hunt
Rye; Dear Violet Hunt. I am obliged to you for your letter of Wednesday last, but, with all due consideration for it [Typed transcription]

  70  
James, Louisa Wallace ALS to Violet Hunt
Rye; Dear Miss Hunt, If I may so address you! How nice of you to say in your letter of last October "do write again." [Violet Hunt papers]

  70  
James, Louisa Wallace ALS to Violet Hunt
Haddington, Scotland; Dear Miss Hunt, Alas, I can do little to help you beyond sending the enclosed cutting from todays Glasgow Herald. [Violet Hunt papers]

  70  
James, Henry TL[copy] to Violet Hunt
Haddington, Scotland; Dear Miss Hunt, If you are not too busy do tell me if you ever met my beloved author George Meredith [Violet Hunt papers]

  70  
Jameson, Lena ALS to Polly Taylor
London; Polly Taylor. Lena Jameson. Let me know your address. I will not give it to anyone [ With draft] [Lamb collection]

  70  
Jarchow, M. E. ALS to Arthur Mizener
Northfield; Dear Arthur- What a thrill it was to see "The Saddes Story: A Biography of Ford Madox Ford"

  70  
Jason, Mark TLS to Ford
Albany; Dear Mr. Ford- Many thanks for your very kind letter. I am sending you a copy of my quarterly

  70  
Jason, Mark ALS to Ford
Albany; Dear Mr. Ford- I was extremely pleased to receive your letter (even though you have forgotten my name)

  70  
Jepson, Edgar Alfred TLS to Ford
London; My dear Ford/ It is indeed delightful news that "The Marsden Case" is on its way to me.

  70  
Jepson, Edgar Alfred ALS to Violet Hunt
Sussex; Dear Violet, The Lond Brighton & South Coast seems doubtful about when it will have its normal service going again.

  70  
Jerome, Ann ALS to Ford
[n.p.] Dear Mr. Ford: I have just heard your "speech" on the radio - and cannot let it pass

  70  
?, Johanna AL[postcard]S to Katherine Hueffer Lamb
Germany; 8 Girdles Rd.[Lamb Collection]

  70  
John, Gwen ALS to Stella Bowen
Meudon, France; Dear Mrs. Ford, I have received your letter all right.

  70  
John, Gwen ALS to Stella Bowen
Meudon, France; Dear Mrs. Ford, Thank you for the transatlantics. I am pleased with my drawings

  70  
Johnson, F. W. ALS to Ford
New Ulm, Minn.; Dear Sir- I have written you on one or more occasions

  70  
Johnson, Richard A. ALS to Arthur Mizener
South Hadley; Dear Arthur, This, briefly, to congratulate you - with awe and admiration

  70  

no card in file, no folder in box

  70  
Johnston, Sir Harry Hamilton
London; Dear Miss Hunt, I duly received yesterday your new novel "Sooner or Later"-- I shall read it carefully. [Violet Hunt papers]

  70  
Joseh, Gladys Mulock Hunt ALS to Gerald W. Henderson
London; Dear Sir/ Many thanks for your letter of 18th in reply to mine [Violet Hunt papers]

  70  
Joseh, Gladys Mulock Hunt ALS to Gerald W. Henderson
London; Dear Sir, Thank you for sending me your notes about the Light of the World. [Violet Hunt papers]

  70  
Joseh, Gladys Mulock Hunt ALS to Gerald W. Henderson
London; Dear Mr. Henderson, It is exceedingly kind of you to send me further information [Violet Hunt papers]

  70  
Joseph, Gladys Mulock Hunt ALS to W. R. Matthews, Dean of St. Paul's Cathedral
London; Very Reverend Sir, I am making a catalogue raisonnee of the works of William Holman - [Violet Hunt papers]

  70  
Joseph, Nannine TLS to Ford
New York; Dear Mr. Ford: Was sorry not to have seen you to say "goodbye" but I wasn't surprised that you were so tired

  70  
Joseph, Nannine TLS to Ford
New York; Dear Mr. Ford: Thank you for yours of the 28th. You confirm what I'd always heard of Don Roberto

  70  
Joseph, Nannine TLS to Ford
New York; Dear Mr. Ford: Desperately sorry, but unfortunately I'd already spoken with Dale Warren

  70  
Joseph, Nannine TLS to Ford
New York; Dear Mr. Ford: I'm glad to have your new New York address and look forward to seeing you both

  70  
Joseph, Nannine TLS to Ford
New York; Dear Mr. Ford: Seeing the announcement in Sunday's Times of the fact you were planning to, surprisingly turn over to the Dial Press

  70  
Joviens, Mme. Dre AL[postcard] to Edmee van der Noot
[Denmark] Chere Edmee, Ta carte m'a fait bien plaisir [Lamb collection]

  70  
Joyce, James PM[galley proofs] Work in Progress
[Galley proofs from April, 1924 issue of "Transatlantic Review" which became pp. 383-399 of "Finnegans Wake". Corrections in Joyce's hand.]

  70  
Joyce, James ALS to Ford
Paris; Dear Hueffer: The name and address of the Nice doctor are: M.A. Colin

  70  
Joyce, James AL[postcard]S to Ford
Paris; Dear Ford: When sending me the T R could you let me have also the October "Criterion"

   
Joyce, James AL[postcard]S to Ford
Paris; Dear Ford: Thanks for T R. Can you let me have the Criterion in a few days?

  70  
Joyce, James ALS to Ford
Paris; Dear Ford: As it is already the 25th can you please let me have my typescript back

  70  
Joyce, James ALS to Ford
Paris; Dear Ford: The proof (sent me without the former one to check it by!) is quite impossible

  70  
Joyce, James ALS to Ford
Paris; Dear Ford: Thanks for your note and for the trouble Mrs. Ford and yourself took

  70  
Joyce, James ALS to Ford
Paris; Dear Ford: Many thanks for the kind mention of me in Sunday's "Chicago Tribune."

  70  
Joyce, James ALS to Ford
Nice; Dear Ford: Your letter has gone round half Europe and here I am beside you almost.

  70  
Kahn, Otto H TLS to Ford
New York; Dear Mr. Ford: I am in receipt of your letter of the 13th of December.

  70  
Kahn, Otto H TLS to Ford
Dear Mr. Ford: I have just spoken over the telephone to the Theatre Guild people

  70  
Kahn, Otto H TLS to Ford
New York; Dear Mr. Ford: I am in receipt of your letter of the 23rd of December.

  70  
Kahn, Otto H TL[telegram]S to Ford
[aboard the DeGrasse?] Sould have like very much to comply with your suggestion

  70  
Karl, Frederick R. Printed T "Conrad, Ford, and the Novel"
[Tearsheets from the Autumn, 1969 issue, pages 17-34 of "Midway"]

  70  
Karl, Frederick R. TLS to Arthur Mizener
New York; Dear Professor Mizener: I am editing the letters of Joseph Conrad and for several years now I have been trying to establish

  70  
Karl, Frederick R. TLS to Arthur Mizener
New York; Dear Professor Mizener: Thank you for your long letter about Mrs. Lamb.

  70  
Karl, Frederick R. TLS to Arthur Mizener
New York; Dear Professor Mizener: As a follow-up on my letter I was checking through Goldring's book

  70  
Karl, Frederick R. TLS to Arthur Mizener
New York; Dear Professor Mizener: Thank you for the Marjorie Wynne material from Yale

  70  
Karl, Frederick R. TLS to Arthur Mizener
New York; Dear Professor Mizener: Just a short note in answer to your letter of August 2.

  70  
Karl, Frederick R. TLS to Arthur Mizener
Caen; Dear Professor Mizener: Just a note to tell you that I will probably be visiting Mrs. Lamb from November 11th on --

  70  
Karl, Frederick R. TLS to Arthur Mizener
Caen; Dear Professor Mizener: Thank you for your letter, which I received at Mrs. Lamb's.

  70  
Karl, Frederick R. TLS to Arthur Mizener
Caen; Dear Professor Mizener: My relationship with the Universityof Texas Library has become somewhat delicate

  70  
Karl, Frederick R. TLS to Arthur Mizener
Caen; Dear Arthur, That's a good idea about using first names. I've been in France so long that I'm becoming formal.

  70  
Karl, Frederick R. TLS to Arthur Mizener
Rome; Dear Arthur, I decided to put my year in Caen behind me and spend this year in Rome.

  70  
Karl, Frederick R. TLS to Arthur Mizener
Rome; Dear Arthur, I was pleased to see that you order your shoes from Chipp in New York

  70  
Karl, Frederick R. TLS to Arthur Mizener
Rome; Dear Arthur, The news of the Cornell acquisition is marvelous. How much of it I have

  70  
Karl, Frederick R. TLS to Arthur Mizener
Rome; Dear Arthur, Unless my limited files are deceiving me, your list of Conrad-Ford letters is a bonanza

  70  
Karl, Frederick R. TLS to Arthur Mizener
Rome; Dear Arthur,The Ford packet arrived yesterday and thank you indeed.

  70  
Karl, Frederick R. TLS to Arthur Mizener
Rome; Dear Arthur, Did you see that John D. Gordan of the Berg Collection died last week [Included is Karl's article "Picaresque and the American Experience", from "The Yale Review", 1968, pp. 196-212.]

  70  
Kaufmann, Bella AL[postcard] to Ford
Basel; Dear Uncle: A happy new year and many thanks for your dear card. [Lamb collection]

  70  
Kaufmann, Bella AL[postcard] to Ford
Basel; Lieber Vetter, Ihnen und den werthen Ihrigen sended wir innigen Gluckswunsche zum neuen Jahr! [Lamb collection]

  70  
Kaye-Smith, Sheila Envelope to Violet Hunt
London [Envelope addressed to Mrs. Hueffer in Folkestone, Kent.] [ Violet Hunt papers]

  71  
Keating, George T. TLS to Ford
New York; My dear Ford:- I was very glad to receive yours of the 19th [Julian Loewe papers]

  71  
Keating, George T. TLS to Ford
New York; Dear Ford:- I have your favor of the 3rd. I had a personal interview with Miss Kerr at her office

  71  
Keating, George T. TLS to Ford
New York; Dear Ford:- I have your two letters. I have been away to Nassau and have just returned.

  71  
Keating, George T. TLS to Ford
New York; My dear Ford:- I am sending you herewith copy of Scribner's catalogue listing a copy of SOME REMINISCENCES

  71  
Keating, George T. TLS to Ford
New York; Dear Ford:- I was very glad to receive your letter of the 5th. I have been checking up

  71  
Kenner, Hugh TLS to Arthur Mizener
Santa Barbara; Dear Arthur: It's a good book. My testimony thereto will appear in the Spring Book Issue of "National Review" soon,

  71  
Kenner, Hugh TLS to Arthur Mizener
Santa Barbara; Dear Arthur: It turned out my carbon wouldn't xerox. Anyway, here's a copy. [Included is Kenner's signed review of "The Saddest Story" published in "National Review", May 18, 1971.]

  71  
Kenyon Review TLS to Ford
Gambier; Dear Mr. Ford: Iwas delighted to learn yesterday from a letter of Allen Tate's [Signed John Crowe Ransom.]

  71  
Kenyon Review TLS to Ford
Gambier; Dear Mr. Ford: It is very handsome ofyou to let us have "A Paris Letter". It is a most exhilarating piece, [Signed John Crowe Ransom.]

  71  
Kenyon Review TLS to Ford
Gambier; Dear Mr. Ford: I am responsible through a stupid error for your concern over the matter of our feature article of yours. [Signed John Crowe Ransom.]

  71  
Kenyon Review TLS to Ford
Gambier; Dear Mr. Ford: The essay is in very fine order in every way but I am especially glad you did not cut it [Signed John Crowe Ransom.]

  71  
Kermode, Frank Printed M Everybody's Blassed Uncle
London; [Review of the re-issue of Ford's "Memories and Impressions.]

  71  
Kermode, Frank TLS to Arthur Mizener
Bowling Green; Dear Arthur, I noticed with pleasure the announcement that you were working on Ford;

  71  
Kerr, Ruth TD[copy] Ford Account Statement
New York; [Lists expenditures and manuscripts in hand.]

  71  
Kerr, Ruth TLS to Ford
New York; Dear Ford: The enclosed question was sent back from the author's club in London -[Included is the 1 leaf question.]

  71  
Kerr, Ruth TLS to Ford
New York; Dear Ford: As I wrote you previously the proof galley was sent on September 4,

  71  
Kerr, Ruth TLS to Ford
New York; Dear Ford: Your letter speaking about the status of NOTTERDAM was interest to me for several reasons.

  71  
Kerr, Ruth TLS to Ford
New York; Dear Ford: As outlined in the cable I am sending tomorrow there is not much chance of Morrow or Dent

  71  
Kerr, Ruth TLS to Ford
New York; Dear Ford: This confirms my cable, that the last two chapters of the first part of the History were received

  71  
Kerr, Ruth TLS to Ford
New York; My dear Ford: Your recent cable signed by Mrs. Ford was very distressing in view of the fact

  71  
Kerr, Ruth TLS to Ford
New York; Dear Ford: The reception to your WICKED MAN is extremely cordial. All reviews are good

  71  
Kerr, Ruth TLS to Ford
New York; Dear Ford: As I have no idea what arrangements you might make about Swedish translation rights

  71  
Kerr, Ruth TLS to Ford
New York; Dear Ford: Last week I ssent a check to the Paris office of Guaranty Trust

  71  
Kerr, Ruth TLS to Ford
New York; Dear Ford: I have put through your bank today and cabled you weekend cable of its impending delivery

  71  
Kerr, Ruth TLS to Ford
New York; My dear Ford: You have failed to answer my last two letters and I have received no word from you since

  71  
Kerr, Ruth TLS to Ford
New York; Dear Ford: Negotiations regarding LADIES WHOSE BRIGHT EYES have been long drawn out,

  71  
Kerr, Ruth TLS to Ford
New York; Dear Ford: Your recent books with New York background or mention of this little town will someday be known as documents

  71  
Kerr, Ruth TLS to Ford
New York; Dear Ford: Your recent letter was much appreciated. I read and re-read it with much pleasure

  71  
Kerr, Ruth TLS to Ford
New York; Dear Ford: No! not a wash-out, but Lippincott really put us in a hole - first because they would not give us anything definite

  71  
Kerr, Ruth TLS to Ford and Janice Biala
New York; Dear Janice and Ford: This is sent as a Christmas letter first of all. It is my hope that wind and flood

  71  
Kingston, George J. M. ALS to Violet Hunt
Middlesex; Dear Madam, I received your Postal Order for 2/6 and / & the request form copy of the entry of the baptism [Violet Hunt papers]

  71  
Kingston, Margaret A. ALS to Violet Hunt
Hertfordshire; Dear Mrs. Hueffer, I received a letter from Mr. Feguson this morning [Violet Hunt papers]

  71  
Kinross, Charles D[printed] Ford Plaque presentation invitation
Sussex; [Roger Senhouse's copy of invitation to unveiling of Ford plaque at Little House, Sussex.]

  71  
Kinross, Charles Calling Card[printed] to Katherine Hueffer Lamb
Rye [Change of address notice] [Lamb collection]

  71  
Alfred A. Knopf, Inc Printed Parade's End advertisement
New York; [2 copies of 13 page announcement for "Parade's End"]

  71  
Alfred A. Knopf, Inc. TLS to Ford
New York; Dear Mr. Ford, At the request of Marjorie Worthington we are sending you, [Signed B. Smith]

  71  
Alfred A. Knopf, Inc. TLS to Ford
New York; Dear Mr. Ford, I have been in correspondence with Miss Eudora Welty and she tells me [Ford's draft response on verso.] [Signed Harold Strauss]

  71  
Knote, Dorothy Brown to Ford
My dear Mr. Ford: Arrived by now at the end and the jacket of No Enemy [Julian Loewe papers]

  71  
Kohn, Harry Imre TLS to Ford
New York; Dear Sir:- I regret the necessity of informing you that Mr. Kohn has been seriously ill [Signed J. Weidenbaum]

  71  
Kohn, Harry Imre TLS to Ford
New York; Dear Janice and Ford; When Mickey turned over the papers in connection with the claim

  71  
Kohn, Harry Imre TLS to Ford
My dear Ford; Received your letter with enclosures in connection with your difficulties with your publishers

  71  
Kropotkin, Petr Alekseevich, kniaz' ALS to Ford
Bromley; Dear Mr. Hueffer/ All this last time I intended to write to you; but the "Memoirs" have so completely absorbed all my time [Lamb collection]

  71  
L., P. AMS Drawing
[n.p.] [Watercolor of a "gypsy wagon" signed only PL.] [Lamb collection]

  71  
La Croix, Pierre ALS to Ford
[n.p.] My dear "Murphy"/ I don't want to leave the clinique without telling you what excellent company

  71  
Lamont, Thomas W. TLS to Ford
New York; My dear Mr. Ford: My attention has just been drawn to the fact that in your recent book

  71  
Lamont, Thomas W. TLS to Ford
New York; My dear Mr. Ford: I am ever so much obliged to your for your kind letter of November 28

  71  
Lane, Allen TLS to Violet Hunt
London; Dear Violet Hunt/ First of all, I should like to say how much I enjoyed our conversation last Saturday. [Violet Hunt papers]

  71  
John Lane The Bodley Head Ltd. TD Statement of Ford's Account
London; ["The Good Soldier" royalty account for 1925 and 1928 (plus copy)] [Julian Loewe papers]

  71  
John Lane The Bodley Head Ltd. AD to Messrs. Pearn, Pollinger & Higham, Ltd.
London; [Royalty Account for 1947 for Stella Bowen of "The Good Soldier".] [Julian Loewe papers]

  71  
John Lane The Bodley Head Ltd. TLS to Ford
London; Dear Sir, We are proposing to publish an anthology which sall be representative of the verse [Signed Ronald Boswell]

  71  
John Lane The Bodley Head Ltd. TLS to Ford
London; Dear Sir, We are much obliged to you for your letter of October 17th [Signed Ronald Boswell]

  71  
John Lane The Bodley Head Ltd. TLS to Ford
London; Dear Sir, In reply to your letter of the 11th, I am sorry to say that we have no cloth copies left [Signed B.W. Willett]

  71  
John Lane The Bodley Head Ltd. TLS to Ford
London; Dear Mr Ford/ We are proposing to publish in our Week-End Library, which includes several well-known books [Signed B.W. Willett]

  71  
John Lane The Bodley Head Ltd. TLS to Ford
London; Dear Sir, It is rather difficult to give you a definite answer to your inquiry [Signed Lindsay Drummond]

  71  
John Lane The Bodley Head Ltd. TLS to Ford
London; Dear Sirs, I am in receipt of your letter from your New York address dated 26th January, last. [Signed K. A. Layton-Bennett]

  71  
Lang, Andrew ALS to Violet Hunt
London; Dear Miss Hunt, Many thanks for the verses, [Included are several verses.]

  71  
Lankester, Sir Edwin Ray ALS to Violet Hunt
London; Dear Mrs. Hueffer/ Many thanks for your kind invitation. I am sorry to say that I myself have an appointment [Violet Hunt papers]

  71  
Lankester, Sir Edwin Ray ALS to Violet Hunt
London; Dear Miss Violet Hunt- I should immensely like to lunch with you at the writers club- but I can't come

  71  
Larner, Georgina TL[copy] to Violet Hunt
Suffolk, Dear Miss Hunt, You will be most distressed to hear that my darling Gus gets much worse. [Typed by Hunt] [Violet Hunt papers]

  71  
?, Larry ALS to Violet Hunt
[n.p.] Dear Violet/ What a horrible chame. Why do you not use a bank,- it may not be very secure, but better than a betting grocer's buy. [Violet Hunt papers]

  71  
Laughlin, James TLS to Ford
[Boston] Dear Mr. Ford: At the request of Mr Paul Bartlett I am sending you the manuscript of his novel,

  71  
Laughlin, James TLS to Ford
[Boston] Dear Mr. Ford: It was so good to hear from you and to be assured again that you are in sympathy

  71  
Laughlin, James TLS to Ford
Boston; Dear Mr. Ford: We have dispatched a copy of WHITE MULE to Mr Stanley Unwin

  71  
Laughlin, James TLS to Ford
[Boston] Dear Mr Ford: Yes, I'm terribly sorry that I missed the Williams dinner and will have to miss the next.

  71  
Laughlin, James TLS to Ford
Boston; Dear Mr Ford: I think I already wrote you that I shall be in New York for a few days

  71  
Laughlin, James TLS to Arthur Mizener
New York; Dear Arthur: The copy of the Ford biography which I have ordered has not turned up yet,

  71  
Laughlin, James TLS to Arthur Mizener
New York; Dear Arthur: Many thanks for your kind note of May 16. I've dropped a line to Olga,

  71  
Lawrence, Frieda TL[copy] to the Editor, The American Mercury
Concord; Dear Sir: Only today I read the article in your "American Mercury"

  71  
Layton-Bennett & Co. TD Sale Notice of John Lane Co. Assets
London; [Signed K.A. Layton-Bennett]

  71  
Layton-Bennett & Co. TD Liquidation Notice of John Lane Co.
London; [Signed K.A. Layton-Bennett]

  71  
Leach, Henry Goddard TLS to Ford
New York; Dear Mr. Ford, Will you give Mrs. Leach and myself the pleasure of having you dine here

  71  
Leadenball Press Ltd. TLS to Violet Hunt
London; Dear Madam, In reply to your enquiry of the 14th addressed to Leadenhall street, [Signed H.C.M.] [Violet Hunt papers]

  71  
Leake, Paul M. ALS to Ford
New York; Dear Mr. Ford, For a long time I've been wanting to express to you

  71  
Lear, Edward TM[fragment, copy] Journal of a Landscape Painter in Corsica
[Copied by Mragaret Raine Hunt] [Violet Hunt papers]

  71  
Lee Keedick TL[copy] to Burton C. Hoffman
New York; Dear Mr. Hoffman: As Mr. Keedick is out of town at the present time, [Signed Elizabeth Schenk]

  71  
Leigh, John Gerard AD High Court Administering Personal Estate
London; ["London Times" notice for the suit to administer the Leigh estate; with a Leigh biography sketch] [Violet Hunt papers]

  71  
Le Son, Lucie ALS to Ford & Janice Biala
[n.p.] Oh where oh where can they be? We suppose and hope that one day before long you'll come home [With sketch of the back of Ford with a little girl or woman(?).]

  71  
Leves, B. L. AL[postcard]S to Violet Hunt
London; If you are this way on Sunday afternoon, do come in to tea. [With her photo on verso.] [Violet Hunt papers]

  71  
Lewes, Mrs. Kenneth A. ALS to Arthur Mizener
[n.p.] Dear Mr. Mizener, Congratulations on the long awaited publication of your Ford book

  71  
Lewis, E. ALS to margaret Raine Hunt
London; Dear Mrs. Hunt- I do not know yet if Miss Alice Cockran is going to the Academy Conversazione but I will let you know [Notes on Corsica by Margaret on verso.] [Violet Hunt papers]

  71  
Lewis, Sinclair TLS to Ford
New York; Dear Mr. Ford: Your note was extremely pleasing to me.

  71  
Lewis, Wyndham ALS to Ford
London; Dear Hueffer. I have just heard of your brutal action in sending in my letter [Typed copy included as well Xerox copy]

  71  
Lid, Richard TLS to Arthur Mizener
Santa Barbara; Dear Arthur Mizener: Thank you very much for your letter and your kind and generous words

  71  
Limmer, T. E. TLS to Violet Hunt
London; Dear Madam, In reply to your letter of the 11th instant I have to inform you that the Registers have been searched [On Christ's Hospital letterhead] [Violet Hunt papers]

  71  
Lin, Yutang TLS to Ford
New York; Dear Mr. Ford, I am glad to get your note and Mrs. Lin and I shall be most pleased

  71  
Linton, Elizabeth Lynn ALS to margaret Raine Hunt
London; My dear Mrs. Hunt, At six tonight. Yes - with mad pleasure for an hour's chat - [Violet Hunt papers]

  71  
Linton, Elizabeth Lynn ALS to margaret Raine Hunt
Cornwall; My dear Mrs. Hunt/ Here I am to be found, in primitive lodgings with a vine & a monthly rose [Violet Hunt papers]

  71  
Linton, Elizabeth Lynn ALS to margaret Raine Hunt
Dinard, France; My dear Mrs. Hunt, Your book is an emmense improvement on the former ones [Violet Hunt papers]

  71  
Linton, Elizabeth Lynn ALS to margaret Raine Hunt
Derbyshire; My dear Mrs. Hunt/ A parlour & bedroom will do for me, only clean if clean lodgings are to be had [Violet Hunt papers]

  71  
J.B. Lippincott Co. TD [Ford Account and Royalty Statements
Philadelphia; [Yearly statements from Lippincott]

  71  
J.B. Lippincott Co. TLS to Janice Biala
Philadelphia; Dear Mrs. Ford:We were delighted tohear that you were pleased with the reproduction [Signed J. Jefferson Jones]

  71  
J.B. Lippincott Co. TLS to Janice Biala
Philadelphia; Dear Mrs. Ford: Many thanks for your letter of October 31. We were delighted [Signed J. Jefferson Jones]

  71  
J.B. Lippincott Co. TLS to Janice Biala
Philadelphia; Dear Mrs. Ford: Thanks for your good letter of April 9th. Could we just have the painting [Signed F. P. Frazier]

  71  
J.B. Lippincott Co. TLS to Janice Biala
Philadelphia; Dear Mrs. Ford: I am sorry to have gotten into such a muddle about your picture [Signed F. P. Frazier]

  71  
J. B. Lippincott Co. TLS to Janice Biala
Philadelpia; Dear Mrs. Ford: This is to acknowledge your letter of February ninth, [Signed J. Jefferson Jones]

  71  
J. B. Lippincott Co. TL[copy, fragment]S to William A. Bradley
Philadelpia; Dear William: Both the Liveright and Long Smith situations are in such a muddle [Signed J. Jefferson Jones]

  71  
J. B. Lippincott Co. TLS to Ford
Philadelpia; Dear Mr. Ford: Your letter of June eighteenth and the typescript of your new book [Signed J. Jefferson Jones]

  71  
J. B. Lippincott Co. TLS to Ford
Philadelpia; Dear Mr. Ford: Your letter of July twenty-second enclosing the modifications for the last chapter [Signed J. Jefferson Jones]

  71  
J. B. Lippincott Co. TLS to Ford
Philadelpia; Dear Mr. Ford: With regard to future royalty advances and payments for your book [Signed J. Jefferson Jones]

  71  
J. B. Lippincott Co. TLS to Ford
Philadelpia; Dear Mr. Ford: Enclosed is our check for 1,000 francs, made payable to Mrs. Ford Madox Ford, [Signed J. Jefferson Jones]

  71  
J. B. Lippincott Co. TLS to Ford
Philadelpia; Dear Mr. Ford: Unfortunately, your letter of August nineteenth, instructing us [Signed J. Jefferson Jones]

  71  
J. B. Lippincott Co. TLS to Ford
Philadelpia; Dear Mr. Ford: Your letter of January first and the typescript of your new novel [Signed J. Jefferson Jones]

  71  
J. B. Lippincott Co. TLS to Ford
Philadelpia; Dear Mr. Ford: I read this morning with great interest your letter to Jeff Jones [Signed Joseph W. Lippincott]

  71  
J. B. Lippincott Co. TLS to Ford
Philadelpia; Dear Mr. Ford: Here I am back in Philadelphia after a summer-like crossing [Signed J. Jefferson Jones]

  71  
J. B. Lippincott Co. TLS to Ford
Philadelpia; Dear Mr. Ford: Just to let you know that, after careful consideration, we have decided [Signed J. Jefferson Jones]

  71  
J. B. Lippincott Co. TLS to Ford
Philadelpia; Dear Mr. Ford: Thank you for your two letters of April eleventh from London [Signed J. Jefferson Jones]

  71  
J. B. Lippincott Co. TLS to Ford
Philadelpia; Dear Mr. Ford: Many thanks for the Chapter I of your book about Provence [Signed J. Jefferson Jones]

  71  
J. B. Lippincott Co. TLS to Ford
Philadelpia; Dear Mr. Ford: It was a great pleasure to receive your letter of June 29th [Signed J. Jefferson Jones]

  71  
J. B. Lippincott Co. TLS to Ford
Philadelpia; Dear Mr. Ford: I have been meaning to write you for some time our feeling [Signed J. Jefferson Jones]

  71  
J. B. Lippincott Co. TLS to Ford
Philadelpia; Dear Mr. Ford: Your letter of September fourth, advising me that you had forwarded [Signed J. Jefferson Jones]

  71  
J. B. Lippincott Co. TLS to Ford
Philadelpia; Dear Mr. Ford: The manuscript of PROVENCE, with Biala's drawings, arrived a few days after [1 leaf of manuscript included] [Signed J. Jefferson Jones]

  71  
J. B. Lippincott Co. TLS to Ford
Philadelpia; Dear Mr. Ford: Many thanks for your letter of September thirtieth. I hope by now you have received [Signed J. Jefferson Jones]

  71  
J. B. Lippincott Co. TLS to Ford
Philadelpia; Dear Mr. Ford: Wecome back to New York! I hope you will have a pleasant, profitable, [Signed J. Jefferson Jones]

  71  
J. B. Lippincott Co. TLS to Ford
Philadelpia; Dear Mr. Ford: It was a great pleasure to have seen you and Mrs. Ford last Saturday [Signed J. Jefferson Jones]

  71  
J. B. Lippincott Co. TLS to Ford
Philadelpia; Dear Mr. Ford: Thank you for sending me your new addresss where I hope you are [Signed J. Jefferson Jones]

  71  
J. B. Lippincott Co. TLS to Ford
Philadelpia; Dear Mr. Ford: I was sorry to hear, by your recent letter, that you had trouble again with gout [Signed J. Jefferson Jones]

  71  
J. B. Lippincott Co. TLS to Ford
Philadelpia; Dear Mr. Ford: As promised, I am sending you, by prepaid express, the manuscripts [Signed J. Jefferson Jones]

  71  
J. B. Lippincott Co. TLS to Ford
Philadelpia; Dear Mr. Ford: As suggested by you, we are sending you four copies of HENRY FOR HUGH [Signed J. Jefferson Jones]

  71  
J. B. Lippincott Co. TLS to Ford
Philadelpia; Dear Mr. Ford: Mr. Jones requested me to write you as soon as the report was rendered on Mrs. Soskice's [Signed Mary E. Harvey]

  71  
J. B. Lippincott Co. TLS to Ford
Philadelpia; Dear Mr. Ford: Instead of spending the holidays in Virginia as anticipated, I was laid up [Signed J. Jefferson Jones]

  71  
J. B. Lippincott Co. TLS to Ford
Philadelpia; Dear Mr. Ford: We have considered your suggestion that we publish this year, in the place [Signed J. Jefferson Jones]

  71  
J. B. Lippincott Co. TLS to Ford
Philadelpia; Dear Mr. Ford: Our offices are closed on Saturdays throughout the year [Signed J. Jefferson Jones]

  71  
J. B. Lippincott Co. TLS to Ford
Philadelpia; Dear Mr. Ford: Just to thank you and Mrs. Ford for your letter of January twenty-second [Signed J. Jefferson Jones]

  71  
J. B. Lippincott Co. TLS to Ford
Philadelpia; Dear Mr. Ford: Here is the agreement for the 1935 model of LADIES WHOSE BRIGHT EYES [Signed J. Jefferson Jones]

  71  
J. B. Lippincott Co. TLS to Ford
Philadelpia; Dear Mr. Ford: We have now given very careful consideration to the publishing proposition [Signed J. Jefferson Jones]

  71  
J. B. Lippincott Co. TLS to Ford
Philadelpia; Dear Mr. Ford: Our lawyer has just called our attention to the fact that your [Signed Mary E. Harvey] [Verso is AL[draft,fragment] of letter dictated by Ford to Biala of March 11, 1935]

  71  
J. B. Lippincott Co. TLS to Ford
Philadelpia; Dear Mr. Ford: I am very sorry I had to leave you so abruptly yesterday[Signed F. P. Frazier]

  71  
J. B. Lippincott Co. TLS to Ford
Philadelpia; Dear Mr. Ford: Our sales manager has arranged with Brentano's [Signed F. P. Frazier]

  71  
J. B. Lippincott Co. TLS to Ford
Philadelpia; Dear Mr. Ford: There's a splendid review of PROVENCE in next Sunday's New York Times Book Review[Signed F. P. Frazier]

  71  
J. B. Lippincott Co. TLS to Ford
Philadelpia; Dear Mr. Ford: I hope you noticed that PROVENCE was given a brief space in TIME magazine [Signed F. P. Frazier]

  71  
J. B. Lippincott Co. TLS to Ford
Philadelpia; Dear Mr. Ford: I am sorry Brentano's are displaying only a few copies of your book [Signed F. P. Frazier]

  71  
J. B. Lippincott Co. TLS to Ford
Philadelpia; Dear Mr. Ford: Our sales manager, Mr. Gaskill, has arranged to have the Old Corner Book Store [Signed F. P. Frazier]

  71  
J. B. Lippincott Co. TLS to Ford
Philadelpia; Dear Mr. Ford: I am just back from England and France and am much pleased to find [Signed J. Jefferson Jones]

  71  
J. B. Lippincott Co. TLS to Ford
Philadelpia; Dear Mr. Ford: Thank you for your letters of the second and sixth May [Signed J. Jefferson Jones]

  71  
J. B. Lippincott Co. TLS to Ford
Philadelpia; Dear Mr. Ford: Thank you for your letter of May 27th. In answer to your two questions [Signed J. Jefferson Jones]

  71  
J. B. Lippincott Co. TLS to Ford
Philadelpia; Dear Mr. Ford: Recently, as I wrote you, I took up the matter of registering [Signed J. Jefferson Jones]

  71  
J. B. Lippincott Co. TLS to Ford
Philadelpia; Dear Mr. Ford: Mrs. Aley has now delivered to us the manuscript of your novel [Signed J. Jefferson Jones]

  71  
J. B. Lippincott Co. TLS to Ford
Philadelpia; Dear Mr. Ford: It was a pleasure to hear from you again and to learn that your agent [Signed J. Jefferson Jones]

  71  
J. B. Lippincott Co. TLS to Ford
Philadelpia; Dear Mr. Ford: Your novel, VIVE LE ROY, is now in type and the galleys are awaiting [Signed J. Jefferson Jones]

  71  
J. B. Lippincott Co. TLS to Ford
Philadelpia; Dear Mr. Ford: Thank you for your letter of December eleventh which arrived during my absence [Signed J. Jefferson Jones]

  72  
The Listener TLS to Ford
London; Dear Sir, We are having a series of articles on American literature in the Listener this summer [Signed Janet Adam Smith]

  72  
The Listener TLS to Ford
London; Dear Sir, I wrote to you a few days ago to an address in London which Mr. T. S. Eliot gave me [Signed Janet Adam Smith]

  72  
The Listener TLS to Ford
London; Dear Mr. Ford, Many thanks indeed for your letter; and let me apologize for have bothered you [Signed Janet Adam Smith]

  72  
The Listener TLS to Ford
London; Dear Mr. Ford, I am so sorry not to have sent you before the proofs of those articles [Signed Janet Adam Smith]

  72  
The Listener TLS to Ford
London; Dear Mr. Ford, Many thanks for your article. It is neither too long, too late or too adisagreeable [Signed Janet Adam Smith]

  72  
Liszt, Franz
Budapest; [Not by Liszt and Catherine Brown Hueffer on verso.] [File removed and place in Box 86, Photos]

  72  
The Little Review TLS to Ford
[Paris?] Dear Ford Maddox [sic] Ford, Will you give us an interview? We are bringing out a final number [Signed Margaret Anderson & Jane Heap]

  72  
Horace Liveright, Inc. TD Ford Royality Statement Account
New York; [5 different statements with copies of some a check memorandum with copy.]

  72  
Horace Liveright, Inc. TLS to Janice Biala
New York; Dear Mrs. Ford: I shall not attempt to answer your letter of December 28th in detail [Signed T. R. Smith]

  72  
Horace Liveright, Inc. TLS to Janice Biala
New York; Dear Mrs. Ford: Your letter of January 26th convinces me that it is impossible for me to give any explanation [Signed T. R. Smith]

  72  
Horace Liveright, Inc. TLS to Ford
New York; Dear Mr. Ford: First of all, I must apologize for not having written you immediately after reading [Signed Leane Zugsmith]

  72  
Horace Liveright, Inc. TLS to Ford
New York; Dear Ford Madox Ford: I have your letter of February 2nd and it seems to have taken an unusually long time [Signed T. R. Smith]

  72  
Horace Liveright, Inc. TLS to Ford
New York; Dear Mr. Ford:The attached clipping may interest you. It appeared in Publisher's Weekly [Signed Leane Zugsmith]

  72  
Horace Liveright, Inc. TLS to Ford
New York; Dear Mr. Ford: The interview and caricature by Biala Novegrodski are delightful [Signed Leane Zugsmith]

  72  
Horace Liveright, Inc. TLS to Ford
New York; Dear Ford Madox Ford: Your letter of March 14th distresses me very much indeed [Signed T. R. Smith]

  72  
Horace Liveright, Inc. TLS to Ford
New York; Dear Ford Madox Ford: Your letter of March 20th has just arrived and it does distress me [Signed T. R. Smith]

  72  
Horace Liveright, Inc. TLS to Ford
New York; Dear Mr. Ford: So far, I have had no success in placing the most amusing interview [Signed Leane Zugsmith]

  72  
Horace Liveright, Inc. TLS to Ford
New York; My dear Ford: I sent a check for $350 to Miss Kerr advising her to cable the money to you [Signed T. R. Smith]

  72  
Horace Liveright, Inc. TLS to Ford
New York; Dear Mr. Ford: All that I have read of the manuscript of your reminiscences interests me greatly [Signed T. R. Smith]

  72  
Horace Liveright, Inc. TLS to Ford
New York; Dear Ford: Just a short note now, for I shall write you at length next week [Signed T. R. Smith]

  72  
Horace Liveright, Inc. TLS to Ford
New York; Dear Mr. Ford: It is too bad that there was a delay in the payment for the caricature [Signed Leane Zugsmith]

  72  
Horace Liveright, Inc. TLS to Ford
New York; My dear Ford: Where on earth did you get the idea that I didn't like your reminiscences? [Signed T. R. Smith]

  72  
Horace Liveright, Inc. TLS to Ford
New York; My dear Ford: I sent a check early this week to Miss Ruth Kerr requesting her to cable you [Signed T. R. Smith]

  72  
Horace Liveright, Inc. TLS to Ford
New York; Dear My dear Ford: Thanks for the balance of the American proofs which were received today [Signed T. R. Smith]

  72  
Horace Liveright, Inc. TLS to Ford
New York; Dear My dear Ford: I have your letter of November 24th which certainly convinces me that you need a book-keeper [Signed T. R. Smith]

  72  
Horace Liveright, Inc. TLS to Ford
New York; Dear Ford: This is in reply to yours of December 8th. We are not publishing "Return to Yesterday" [Signed T. R. Smith]

  72  
Horace Liveright, Inc. TLS to Ford
New York; Dear Mr. Ford: I have just finished "Return to Yesterday" and I can't begin to tell you how much I enjoyed it. [Signed Leane Zugsmith]

  72  
Horace Liveright, Inc. TLS to Ford
New York; Dear Ford: I just cannot decide what to do about answering your various letters sayting that I promise you money [Signed T. R. Smith]

  72  
Horace Liveright, Inc. TLS to Ford
New York; Dear Mr. Ford: Of course I am sending statements of denial concerning the suppression -- [Signed Leane Zugsmith]

  72  
Horace Liveright, Inc. TLS to Ford
New York; My dear Ford: Three diligent readidngs of "That Same Poor Man" leaves us unconvinced of it possibilities [Signed T. R. Smith]

  72  
Horace Liveright, Inc. TLS to Ford
New York; Dear Mr. Ford: The French Line is launching a new boat -- the Camplain, to be the largest cabin boat [Signed Leane Zugsmith]

  72  
Horace Liveright, Inc. TLS to Ford
New York; Dear Mr. Ford: You are quite right in publishing your novels elsewhere if you care to believe [Signed T. R. Smith]

  72  
Horace Liveright, Inc. TLS to Ford
New York; Dear Mr. Ford: The manuscript of "That Same Poor Man" was returned to you last week [Signed T. R. Smith]

  72  
Horace Liveright, Inc. TL[memo] to T. R. Smith
New York; Dear T. R./ I subjoin a list of queries which may have to be sent to Mr. Ford [Saxe Commins memo heading]

  72  
Livingston, John from [unknown
[n.p.] [3 envelopes addressed to John Livingston; one each from Chas. Andersen, J. Welch, and H. Q. Hill[sen?] [Violet Hunt papers]

  72  
Locke, William John TL[copy] to Violet Hunt
London; My dear Miss Hunt, While the tears are still in my eyes let me thank you for your book -- [2 copies typed by Hunt] [Violet Hunt papers]

  72  
Lockhart, John Gibson AL[fragment]
[n.p.] Mr. J. Lockhart is sorry he can't have the honour of waiting on Mrs. Procter[?] [Violet Hunt papers]

  72  
Loeb, Harold TM[copy] Ford Madox Ford's "The Good Soldier": A Critical Reminiscence
London; [Copy of manuscript published in the December, 1963 issue of The London Magazine]

  72  
Loeb, Harold TLS to Arthur Mizener
Weston; Dear Arthur Mizener, Malcolm Cowley remarked in passing that you were doing something on Ford Madox Ford

  72  
Loeb, Harold TLS to Arthur Mizener
Weston; Dear Arthur, It was good to hear from you; Jul.23, 1964: Dear Arthur, I am grateful indeed that you liked [2 letters in one folder, gift of Arthur and Rosemary Mizener]

  72  
Loeb, Harold TLS to Arthur Mizener
Weston; Dear Arthur Mizener, Enjoyed your letter and am very happy that you agree mostly with my interpretation

  72  
Loeb, Harold TLS to Arthur Mizener
Weston; Dear Arthur, Many thanks for the note and information. I understand the Great Trade Route

  72  
Loeb, Harold TLS to Arthur Mizener
Weston; Dear Arthur, I am so glad the life of Ford is going ahead. The Good Soldier is perhaps my favorite

  72  
Loeb, Harold TLS to Arthur Mizener
Weston; Dear Arthur, I have just finished "The Saddes Story", a wonderful job. [Gift of Arthur and Rosemary Mizener]

  72  
Loewe, Julian T[printed] Johnston-Loewe Vows Told
Gotham City, CA; [Wedding annoucement printed in the Daily Planet, November 15, 1974]

  72  
Loewe, Julian D[Printed, copy] Memorial documents upon Death
[n.p.] [Two documents in honor of Julian Loewe; one from Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors; another from the California Institute of Technology. Given by Roland Loewe per TLS June 30, 1993, which is included in folder.]

  72  
London. General Post Office TLS to Violet Hunt
London; Madam, Entry in Telephone Directory./ I am directed by the Postmaster General to say that Messrs. Sturges & Company,

  72  
London & South Western Railway ALS to Alfred William Hunt
London; Sir. In reply to your letter received today I beg to inform you that it will be more convenient [Original Alfred sketches on verso] [Violet Hunt papers]

  72  
The London Magazine AL[postcard]S to Arthur Mizener
London; Dear Mr. Mizener. Jean Rhys' address is 6 Land Boat Buildings, cheriton Fitzpaine, Devon - [Signed Alan Ron]

  72  
The London Mercury TLS to Ford
London; My dear Ford, I was very glad to hear from you again, and to learn where you are. [Signed R. A. Scott-James]

  72  
The London Mercury TLS to Ford
London; Dear Sir, I am pleassed to be able to advise you of a special arrangement which has been made [Signed J. H. Rummeny]

  72  
The London Mercury TLS to Ford
London; Dear Ford, May I expect the article on "London Revisited" before you leave England? [Signed R. A. Scott-James]

  72  
The London Mercury ALS to Ford
London; My dear Ford: A hurried line, which I am writing with my own hand to get this off [Signed R. A. Scott-James]

  72  
The London Mercury TLS to Ford
London; My dear Ford: Very many thanks for the article. I hope to use it wither in the September [Signed R. A. Scott-James]

  72  
The London Mercury TLS to Ford
London; My dear Ford, I was glad to get your poem in the September number. [Signed R. A. Scott-James]

  72  
The London Mercury TLS to Ford
London; My dear Ford, It is a long time since I have seen you. I do not even know whether you are in Paris [Signed R. A. Scott-James]

  72  
The London Mercury TLS to Ford
London; My dear Ford, I am glad to have your letter. I think the subject you are writing about for Harper's [Signed R. A. Scott-James]

  72  
Ray Long & Richard Smith, Inc. TD[copy] Bankruptcy Meeting Announcement
New York; There will be a meeting of all authors of the Trade Department [Sent to William A. Brandley][Signed Leo L. Fenbort, Henry L. Flattau, William H. Walling]

  72  
Ray Long & Richard Smith, Inc. TL[copy] to William A. Bradley
Paris; Dear Mr. Bradley, Working out details of the Ford Madox Ford contract isn't easy. [Signed Ray Long]

  72  
Ray Long & Richard Smith, Inc. TL[copy] to William A. Bradley
New York;Dear Mr. Bradley, We have just received the firs 36 pages of the manuscript, THE RASH ACT [Signed Richard Smith]

  72  
Ray Long & Richard Smith, Inc. TL[copy] to William A. Bradley
New York; Dear Mr. Bradley, A reply to your letter of January 3rd has been delayed partly by pressure [Signed Richard Smith]

  72  
Ray Long & Richard Smith, Inc. TL[copy] to William A. Bradley
New York; Dear Mr. Bradley: This is to advise you that we herewith accept your offer of February sixteenth [Signed Richard Smith]

  72  
Ray Long & Richard Smith, Inc. TLS to Ford
New York; My dear Ford, Well, I am back and up to my ears in work. I am fell of envy for you [Signed Ray Long]

  72  
Ray Long & Richard Smith, Inc. TLS to Ford
New York; Dear Ford:: The manuscript has arrived from Bradley and I am planning to read it over the weekend [Signed Ray Long]

  72  
Ray Long & Richard Smith, Inc. TLS to Ford
New York; Dear Ford: You certainly got away to an interesting start. Keep up the good work [Signed Ray Long]

  72  
Ray Long & Richard Smith, Inc. TLS to Ford
New York; Dear Ford: As I cabled you Saturday, we are all highly enthusiastic about your novel. [Signed Ray Long]

  72  
Ray Long & Richard Smith, Inc. TLS to Ford
New York; Dear Sir: We beg to acknowledge receipt of yours of August 6th enclosing a letter [Unsigned]

  72  
Ray Long & Richard Smith, Inc. TLS to Ford
New York; Dear Mr. Ford: I hope you will pardon the delay in replying to your letter of August 30th [Signed Richard R. Smith]

  72  
Ray Long & Richard Smith, Inc. TLS to Ford
New York; Dear Mr. Ford: Thanks very much for the snapshots which you were good enough to enclose [Signed Richard R. Smith]

  72  
Longman, C. J. ALS to Ford
Paddington; My dear Sir, I am very glad to hear that the project of a life of Ford Madox Brown [Lamb collection]

  72  
Longstaff, Mercy ALS to Ford
Lee; Dear Mr. Hueffer/ Dr. Schücking sent me your book and I think it most kind of you to write [Lamb collection]

  72  
Losby[?], Miss
London; Dear Miss Hunt, Thanks for yr kind invitation. I am sorry to say however that I must decline [Normal School of Science and Royal School of Mines letterhead] [Violet Hunt papers]

  72  
Loval Dickson Ltd. TLS to Stella Bowen
London; Dear Madam, Mr. Lovat Dicson, who has been called away to the country for a few days [Signed P. Gilchrist Thompson]

  72  
Lowell, Robert T. S. ALS to Ford
Boston; My dear Mr. Ford, Thank you for your very nice letter about Cal. My wife and I are delighted that he is doing so well.

  72  
Lowenfels, Walter TLS to Ford & Janice Biala
Paris; Dear Fords, Utterly impossible to leave here. And not writing has been a kindness to you.

  72  
Lucas, Lady Juliana TL[copy?] to Violet Hunt
London; Dear Madam, I see in the Sunday Times taht you are writing a life of Mrs. Rossetti [Violet Hunt papers]

  72  
Lucy, Sir Henry William ALS to Violet Hunt
Kent; Dear Mrs. Hueffer, We are settled down here & I very rarely go to town, [Violet Hunt papers]

  72  
Lucy, Sir Henry William ALS to Theodore Watts-Dunton
Kent; Dear Watts-Dunton, I fancy you are interested in Howell sometime in the service of Ruskin [Violet Hunt papers]

  72  
Lucy, Sir Henry William ALS to Theodore Watts-Dunton
Kent; My dear Watts-Dunton, Thank you very much for the copy of "Aylwin" [Violet Hunt papers]

  72  
Lurie, Alison AM Horoscopy of Ford Madox Ford
[n.p.] [Horoscopy chart plus notes of findings.] [Gift of Arthur and Rosemary Mizener]

  72  
Lurie, Alison AM Horoscopy of Arthur Mizener
[n.p.] [Horoscopy chart plus notes of findings.] [Gift of Arthur and Rosemary Mizener]

  72  
Lyceum Club printedL Circular to Members
Dear Madam, The Executive Committee has been approached by a large group of member [Lamb collection]

  72  
Lytton, Lady Edith ALS to Mr. Pollock
Hertfordshire; Dear Mr. Pollock, We are so very sorry to hear of Mrs. Pollock's illness [Violet Hunt papers]

  72  
Lytton, Glen ALS to Mr. Pollock
[n.p.] My dear Mr. Pollock, Would it bore you to be my guest on the 14th at a dinner given by the Cecil Club [Violet Hunt papers]

  72  
Lywh, W. R. ALS[fragment] to George Peacock
[n.p.] ... I yesterday received his answer... Mrs. Martin is everything that he could wish [Violet Hunt papers]

  73  
Lamb, Katharine Hueffer AM[copy] Listing of Correspondence Addressed to her Parents by Henry James
[Carraroe?] [Letters are at Harvard]

  73  
Lamb, Katharine Hueffer AM Listing of Correspondence Joseph Conrad to Elsie Hueffer
[Carraroe?] [Letters are at Yale][Lamb collection

  73  
Lamb, Katharine Hueffer AM Miscellaneous Envelopes and Cards
[Lamb collection]

  73  
Lamb, Katharine Hueffer AD[telegram] from Arthur [Mizener?] and Matthew
[Lamb collection][Received upon Ford's death announcement]

  73  
Lamb, Katharine Hueffer AM Notes on Private Papers
[Lamb collection]

  73  
Lamb, Katharine Hueffer AL[fragment] to unknown
[n.p.] As far as I can gather, but must check from Frank Soskice (if he knows or can find out)[Lamb collection]

  73  
Lamb, Katharine Hueffer AL to Boots Book-lovers Library
London [Order form filled in with an order of two of Ford's works. Note in Katharine's hand] [Lamb collection]

  73  
Lamb, Katharine Hueffer ALS to Ford
Dublin; Dearest Pumpy- I wonder have you heard my news - & if so I wonder whether you are in the least bit interested. [Lamb collection]

  73  
Lamb, Katharine Hueffer ALS to Ford
Galway; My dear Pumpy- I am so glad to have at last received your address again [Lamb collection]

  73  
Lamb, Katharine Hueffer ALS to Elsie Martindale Hueffer
[n.p.] My dear Mother/ I hope you got my card. Thank you for the picture. [Lamb collection]

  73  
Lamb, Katharine Hueffer AL[fragment] to Elsie Martindale Hueffer
Carraroe; Dearest little Mum. There is some letter held up in the customs I am informed. [Lamb collection]

  73  
Lamb, Katharine Hueffer ALS to Esther Julia Madox Loewe
Julie dear/ Well, I wrote to Goldring telling him of my mother's anxiety [Julian Loewe papers]

  73  
Lamb, Katharine Hueffer ALS to Esther Julia Madox Loewe
Carraroe; My dear Julie/ I obtained a mermit without much trouble to send meat to my mother [Julian Loewe papers]

  73  
Lamb, Katharine Hueffer ALS to Esther Julia Madox Loewe
Carraroe; Julie dear/ Do tell me how you, your husband & your mother [Julian Loewe papers]

  73  
Lamb, Katharine Hueffer ALS to Esther Julia Madox Loewe
Carraroe; Dearest Julie/ How can I write to you. It is no use to say how I grieve for you, dear. [Julian Loewe papers]

  73  
Lamb, Katharine Hueffer ALS to Esther Julia Madox Loewe
Carraroe; My dear Julie/ I should have written to you before in answer to your lear letter [Julian Loewe papers]

  73  
Lamb, Katharine Hueffer ALS to Esther Julia Madox Loewe
Kent; Dearest Julie/ I am in a complete dilemmma. On Monday last I received a wire from my mother [Julian Loewe papers]

  73  
Lamb, Katharine Hueffer ALS to Esther Julia Madox Loewe
Carraroe; Dearest Julie, You must think me horrid not to have written to you for so long. [Julian Loewe papers]

  73  
Lamb, Katharine Hueffer ALS to Esther Julia Madox Loewe
Carraroe; Dearest Julie. Thank you so much for your dear letter. To answer your questions --[Julian Loewe papers]

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Lamb, Katharine Hueffer ALS to Esther Julia Madox Loewe
Carraroe; Dearest Julie/ I should have written before to say that of course we would be delighted [with photo] [Julian Loewe papers]

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Lamb, Katharine Hueffer ALS to Esther Julia Madox Loewe
Carraroe; Dearest Julie/ I don't know if it is any good my writing as the last two time I wrote [Julian Loewe papers]

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Lamb, Katharine Hueffer ALS to Esther Julia Madox Loewe
Carraroe; My dear Julie/ It was lovely to get your letter & of course I meant to write sooner. [Julian Loewe papers]

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Lamb, Katharine Hueffer ALS to Arthur & Rosemary Mizener
Carraroe; My dears/ How sweet of you to remember me with the dear little slippers -

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Lamb, Katharine Hueffer ALS to Rosemary Mizener
[Carraroe] Rosemary dear/ Could you drop me a p.c. in answer; as I am going over on one of these [Christmas card]

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Lamb, Katharine Hueffer ALS to Arthur Mizener
Carraroe; Dear Mr. Mizener/ Thank you for your letter. It is difficult to tell you how long the jouney may take you.

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Lamb, Katharine Hueffer ALS to Arthur Mizener
Carraroe; Dear Mr. Mizener/ Please thank your wife very much indeed for the card. It arrived Christmas eve.

  73  
Lamb, Katharine Hueffer ALS to Arthur Mizener
Carraroe; Dear Mr. Mizener/ You will think me horribly rude not to have answered your letter.

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Lamb, Katharine Hueffer ALS to Arthur Mizener
Carraroe; Dear Mr. Mizener/ Thank you for your explicit letter. yes, I did hear from Janice -

  73  
Lamb, Katharine Hueffer ALS to Arthur Mizener
Carraroe; Dear Mr. Miaener/ As I understand from you that you would wish to show me the proofs of your book

  73  
Lamb, Katharine Hueffer ALS to Arthur Mizener
Carraroe; Dear Mr. Mizener/ Yes thank you very much for the snapshots. It is good to have them -

  73  
Lamb, Katharine Hueffer ALS to Arthur Mizener
Carraroe; Dear Mr. Mizener/ No - it was Harvey who specified that I am married to Henry Lamb -

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Lamb, Katharine Hueffer ALS to Arthur Mizener
Carraroe; Dear Mr. Mizener/ That is good news about the new edition of Parade's End.

  73  
Lamb, Katharine Hueffer ALS to Arthur Mizener
Carraroe; Dear Mr. Mizener/ Thank you very much for the new version of "Ladies whose bright eyes".

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Lamb, Katharine Hueffer ALS to Arthur Mizener
Carraroe; Dear Mr. Mizener/ You will think me rude not the have welcomed your New York Times article before this -

  73  
Lamb, Katharine Hueffer ALS to Arthur Mizener
Dear Mr. Mizener/ How do you deduce that those copies you saw of James letters are full of mistakes?

  73  
Lamb, Katharine Hueffer ALS to Arthur Mizener
Carraroe; Dear Mr. Mizener/ Than you so much for your very kind letter. I did not know that you had hear about poor Charlie,

  73  
Lamb, Katharine Hueffer ALS to Arthur Mizener
Carraroe; Dear Mr. Mizener/ Life seems such a rush with summer visitors that I am horrified to see the date.

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Lamb, Katharine Hueffer ALS to Arthur Mizener
Carraroe; Dear Mr. Mizener/ The address of the guest house is: Currarevagh/ Oughterard/ Co. Galway.

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Lamb, Katharine Hueffer ALS to Arthur Mizener
Carraroe; Dear Mr. Mizener/ Thank you. I'll do my best - I know you will not forget that my sister

  73  
Lamb, Katharine Hueffer ALS to Rosemary Mizener
Carraroe; Dear Mrs. Mizener/ I was chary of interfering, but your husband sounded so dejected that I hope all will be well.

  73  
Lamb, Katharine Hueffer ALS to Arthur Mizener
Carraroe; Dear Mr. Mizener/ As I will be going through papers before your visit would it be possible to give me some idea of the questions

  73  
Lamb, Katharine Hueffer ALS to Arthur & Rosemary Mizener
Carraroe; My dears/ Forgive this scrap with the enclosure you ask for. It is from the Mirror.

  73  
Lamb, Katharine Hueffer ALS to Arthur Mizener
Carraroe; Dear Arthur. I am answering the question, which I do not have to look up, at once.

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Lamb, Katharine Hueffer ALS to Arthur Mizener
Carraroe; Dear Arthur. Oh no. Don't maligh poor Crankshaw! He did not build the house anyway; only designed it

  73  
Lamb, Katharine Hueffer ALS to Arthur Mizener
Carraroe; Dear Arthur. I have just returned from visiting my sister, children, grandchildren & the Simpkins -

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Lamb, Katharine Hueffer ALS to Arthur Mizener
Carraroe; Dear Arthur/ I meant to point out that because Mum & Pum were seeing James so frequently there was no need for correspondence.

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Lamb, Katharine Hueffer ALS to Arthur Mizener
Carraroe; Dear Arthur/ You know you nver asked me to approach Sturges. Of course that would be his answer.

  73  
Lamb, Katharine Hueffer ALS to Rosemary Mizener
Carraroe; My dear Rosemary/ This is an SOS to extract from you a copy of what is alleged to be untrue in my father's writings

  73  
Lamb, Katharine Hueffer AL[fragment]S to Arthur Mizener
Carraroe; ... I don't think I told you that when we were in Berlin in 1939 I wanted to go to Paris

  73  
Lamb, Katharine Hueffer ALS to Arthur Mizener
Carraroe; Dear Arthur/ I enclose Hubert Sturges' letter just received - maddening-- You know I never had any idea that people thought

  73  
Lamb, Katharine Hueffer ALS to Arthur Mizener
Carraroe; Dear Arthur/ Would you be good enough to advise me (1) Do you think I should sell to a private dealer

  73  
Lamb, Katharine Hueffer AL[postcard]S to Arthur Mizener
Carraroe; Thank for your kind letter. Yes - Sat. 31st will be quite suitable.

  73  
Lamb, Katharine Hueffer ALS to Arthur Mizener
Carraroe; Dear Arthur/ Thank you so much for your two letters. I have asked Richard Garnett to find out from Sotheby's

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Lamb, Katharine Hueffer ALS to Arthur Mizener
Carraroe; Dear Arthur/ I enclose Mr. Liebert's cable & from his letter he sounds as if he thinks the sale is clinched

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Lamb, Katharine Hueffer ALS to Arthur Mizener
Carraroe; My dear Arthur/ Ponderings - From reading Mum's diaries in the twenties (really only brief jottings)

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Lamb, Katharine Hueffer ALS to Rosemary Mizener
Carraroe; Dearest Rosemary/ Thank you so much for the dear little slippers & you both for your letters.

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Lamb, Katharine Hueffer ALS to Arthur Mizener
Carraroe; My dear Arthur/ I felt so guilty forcing myself on you that last few hours - [Gift of Arthur and Rosemary Mizener]

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Lamb, Katharine Hueffer ALS to Arthur Mizener
Carraroe; My dear Arthur/ At last the Conrad & James letters are safely housed in Yale & Harvard & paid for.

  73  
Lamb, Katharine Hueffer ALS to Arthur Mizener
Carraroe; Dear Arthur/ What with my writing (which you can't read) & my lack of dates, I've put you in a nice muddle

  73  
Lamb, Katharine Hueffer ALS to Rosemary Mizener
Carraroe; Dear Rosemary/ I have today sent your extract to Gabriel Fallon, one of the directors of the Abbey Theatre

  73  
Lamb, Katharine Hueffer ALS to Arthur & Rosemary Mizener
Carraroe; My dear Rosemay & Arthur/ No. 1 I cannot possibly be in London at that time, but there are a few oddments

  73  
Lamb, Katharine Hueffer ALS to Arthur Mizener
Carraroe; Dear Arthur/ Since writing to you yesterday my circumstances have altered. i.e. I sold a picture

  73  
Lamb, Katharine Hueffer ALS to Arthur Mizener
Carraroe; Dear Arthur/ Yes, I was afraid that that was how things are with you -- but you are right

  73  
Lamb, Katharine Hueffer ALS to Arthur Mizener
Carraroe; My dear Arthur/ Thank you so much for your kindness in suggesting that I could stay with you in Ithaca.

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Lamb, Katharine Hueffer ALS to Arthur Mizener
Carraroe; Dear Arthur/ I thought that perhaps the photos might have been in time if there are any names Muriel Hueffer might have known about

  73  
Lamb, Katharine Hueffer ALS to Rosemary Mizener
Carraroe; My dear Rosemary/ It is really abominably rude of me not to have thanks you for the lampshade. It was so kind

  73  
Lamb, Katharine Hueffer ALS to Rosemary Mizener
Carraroe; My dear Rosemary/ You will think me horribly rude not to have replied to your letter & kind invitation sooner

  73  
Lamb, Katharine Hueffer ALS to Rosemary Mizener
Carraroe; Dear Rosemary/ I am afraid my last letter to you must have seemed very rude - unless you could decipher the sense in which I meant it.

  73  
Lamb, Katharine Hueffer ALS to Arthur Mizener
Carraroe; Dear Arthur/ Thank you so much for your letter - of course we crossed - I never for a moment thought of you

  73  
Lamb, Katharine Hueffer ALS to Rosemary Mizener
Carraroe; Dear Rosemary/ Gabriel Fallon one of the Abbey Theatre directors called here yesterday

  73  
Lamb, Katharine Hueffer ALS to Arthur & Rosemary Mizener
Carraroe; My dears/ Thank you so much for your prompt reply. I wrote also to the Nat. Portrait Gallery.

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Lamb, Katharine Hueffer ALS to Rosemary Mizener
Carraroe; My ear Rosemary/ I had no idea Oliver had applied for a grant to Cornell. I am sure he had no notion

  73  
Lamb, Katharine Hueffer ALS to Arthur Mizener
Carraroe; Dear Arthur/ Yesterday I heard from my sister. I enclose a statement of which my sister and Reverend Mother Provincial approve. [Typed statement included.]

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Lamb, Katharine Hueffer ALS to Arthur & Rosemary Mizener
Carraroe; Dear Rosemary & Arthur/ Thank you for your letters. 1st I do not know, at all, what my sister will want

  73  
Lamb, Katharine Hueffer ALS to Rosemary Mizener
Carraroe; My dear Rosemary/ Thank you so much for asking me to stay with you. I will be so happy to do so.

  73  
Lamb, Katharine Hueffer ALS to Arthur Mizener
Carraroe; Dear Arthur/ Thank you for your letter. No. My sister does not want you to publish any more than the "release" I sent you -

  73  
Lamb, Katharine Hueffer ALS to Rosemary Mizener
Carraroe; My dear Rosemary/ Thank you so much for all your advice. I find I can book that reduction

  73  
Lamb, Katharine Hueffer ALS to Arthur Mizener
Carraroe; My dear Rosemary/ Thank you so much for taking so much trouble as regards a hotel for me.

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Lamb, Katharine Hueffer ALS to Arthur & RosemaryMizener
Chicago; My dear Rosemary & Arthur/ Thank you ever so much for all your sweet kindness to me.

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Lamb, Katharine Hueffer ALS to Arthur Mizener
Carraroe; My dear Arthur/ First I want to thank you for asking me to stay with you & all your kndness to me

  73  
Lamb, Katharine Hueffer ALS to Rosemary Mizener
Carraroe; My dear Rosemary/ Thank you so much for sending the poem. It is so good to have it

  73  
Lamb, Katharine Hueffer ALS to Arthur Mizener
Carraroe; My dear Arthur/ I feel that no one has told you rightly, about my mother - Do not think that she gave

  73  
Lamb, Katharine Hueffer ALS to Arthur & Rosemary Mizener
Carraroe; Thank you so much for yours. Horrified to hear that you have not yet received any communication from me [Christmas card]

  73  
Lamb, Katharine Hueffer ALS to Arthur Mizener
Carraroe; My dear Arthur/ Thank you for your kind letter. I wish it did not sound so upset .

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Lamb, Katharine Hueffer ALS to Arthur Mizener
Carraroe; My dear Arthur/ Just a note to tell you that I am going on my annual visiting tour of the family

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Lamb, Katharine Hueffer ALS to Arthur Mizener
Carraroe; My dear Arthur/ I have only just received "The Saddes Story". Thank you for sending it - it is a handsome volume

  73  
Lamb, Katharine Hueffer ALS to Arthur Mizener
Carraroe; My dear Arthur/ The manuscript arrived on Tuesday. Parcel in a shocking battered state - but D. G. is all complete

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Lamb, Katharine Hueffer AL[postcard]S to Arthur Mizener
Carraroe; This is 7/7/70 and your manuscript has not yet arrived. YOu have no idea how baffling this is

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Lamb, Katharine Hueffer ALS to Arthur Mizener
Carraroe; My dear Arthur/ I appreciate the care and admire the skill with which you have put together the tangled records

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Lamb, Katharine Hueffer ALS to Arthur Mizener
Carraroe; My dear Arthur/ Here is my pretty hopeless effort. I am hampered without your references [With packet of slips bearing suggested changes and corrections of Mizener's manuscript.]

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Lamb, Katharine Hueffer ALS to Arthur & Rosemary Mizener
Carraroe; My dears/ I know I owe you both a letter. But really I find it so difficult tl tackle THE SUBJECT

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Lamb, Katharine Hueffer ALS to Arthur & Rosemary Mizener
Carraroe; Than you so much for card received today - I was wondering - you poor things [Christmas card]

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Lamb, Katharine Hueffer ALS to Arthur Mizener
Carraroe; My dear Arthur/ I have been anxiously awaiting the publication of The Saddes Story English edition.

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Lamb, Katharine Hueffer ALS to Rosemary Mizener
Carraroe; My dear Rosemary/ I should apologise for not having answered your last letter

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Lamb, Katharine Hueffer ALS to Rosemary Mizener
Carraroe; Dear Rosemary/ It will be some time until you receive this, I guess, but I would like to know

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Lamb, Katharine Hueffer ALS to Rosemary Mizener
Carraroe; Dear Rosemary/ It was because Arthur has on page 530 of the Saddest Story "this list does not include local guests

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Loewe, Esther Julia Madox AM Pen Drawings
[Pen drawings done for a book of Ford and Stella Bowen letters, which was never completed. On a variety of subjects relating to the book.] [Julian Loewe papers]

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Loewe, Esther Julia Madox DS Report Card
[Report card from Ecole Alsacienne in Paris. With photocopy.] [ Julian Loewe papers]

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Loewe, Esther Julia Madox ALS to Janice Biala
London; Janice darling/ Thanks so much for the coat: it came just as I was dressing for a dance

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Loewe, Esther Julia Madox TLS to Stella Bowen
[n.p.] Dear darling Mummy, I love you very much. I have been very good. Will you bring me a pink dress [With postscript by Ford.] [Julian Loewe papers]

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Loewe, Esther Julia Madox ALS to Stella Bowen
Nice; Darling/ I wrote your a letter a few days ago, but forgot to post it, so I am sending it [Julian Loewe papers]

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Loewe, Esther Julia Madox TL[copy]S to David Higham Associates
Los Angeles; Dear Bruce: There is a possibility that a U. S. publisher will want to bring out an American editon

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Loewe, Esther Julia Madox ALS to Ford
[Paris] Daddy cheri. Je te demande pardon de no pas l'avoir ecrit avant, je suis incorrigible, mais tu sais,

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Loewe, Esther Julia Madox ALS to Ford
[Paris?] Mon Daddy si cheri je te remerci de ton si joli cadeau le peaurouje qui ma tant [Julian Loewe papers]

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Loewe, Esther Julia Madox ALS to Ford
Paris; mon cher petit daddy - Je suis a l'atelier. je reviens de l'ecole. Je ve l'ecrire un petit mot aven de dejener. [Julian Loewe papers]

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Loewe, Esther Julia Madox ALS to Ford
[Paris] Daddy cheri/ Merci mille fois pour ta lettre a laquelle j'aurais repondu avant (bien

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Loewe, Esther Julia Madox ALS to Ford
[London?] Daddy cheri/ J'ai recu ta lettre avant hier et je n'y pas repondu plus

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Loewe, Esther Julia Madox ALS to Ford
[London] Daddy cheri/ Tu vas me dire que je ne t'ai pas ecrit depuis une eternite

  74  
Loewe, Esther Julia Madox ALS to Ford
[London] Daddy cheri/ Je te remercie infiniment pour ton livre que jj'ai commence a lire

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Loewe, Esther Julia Madox ALS to Ford
[London?] Daddy cheri/ J'ai recu ta carte il y a quelques jours. Je regrette baucoup que M. Montpannier

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Loewe, Esther Julia Madox ALS to Ford
London; Daddy darling/ I don't know how to ask you to forgive me. I've never felt so bad about anything

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Loewe, Esther Julia Madox ALS to Ford
London; Daddy darling/ I don't seem to have written much, do I; but then neither have you

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Loewe, Esther Julia Madox ALS to Ford
[Paris] Mon chere Daddy/ J'ai recu to telegram ce matin; je t'en remercie beaucoup

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Loewe, Esther Julia Madox ALS to Ford
Hermanville; Daddy darling/ Did I promise to send a postcard? Well, I started to write one

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Loewe, Esther Julia Madox ALS to Ford
Grafton; Daddy cheri/ Encore une fois ma mauvaise habitude: ne jamais repondre. Et cette fois ci,

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Loewe, Esther Julia Madox ALS to Ford
London; Daddy cheri/ Me revoici à Londres, et regrettant Paris enormeent; je peux t'assurer

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Loewe, Esther Julia Madox ALS to Ford
[London] Daddy cheri/ Merci mille fois pour les livres qui sont tres interessants. Je n'ai pas beaucoup de choses

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Loewe, Esther Julia Madox ALS to Ford
Beech Hill; Daddy cheri/ Comment vas-tu? Ici tout va tres bien. Je m'amuse beaucoup les enfants ici

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Loewe, Esther Julia Madox ALS to Ford
London; Daddy cheri/ Je ne vais pas te demander pardon, parce que tu sais aussi bien que moi

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Loewe, Esther Julia Madox ALS to Ford
London; Daddy cheri/ Merci mille fois pour les deux libres et la photo: je te remercerai pour les bas

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Loewe, Esther Julia Madox ALS to Ford
London; Daddy darling/ I am looking forward to seeing you again very much and again being in France

  74  
Loewe, Esther Julia Madox ALS to Ford
London; Daddy darling/ I have been back a few days now and we are running everywhere trying to get things ready

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Loewe, Esther Julia Madox ALS to Ford
London; Daddy darling/ In "Provence" you accuse yourself of exaggeration: may I point out that you were right?

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Loewe, Esther Julia Madox ALS to Ford
London; Daddy cheri/ I'm very sorry that I did not answer before, as I was taking long walks over the Sussex downs

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Loewe, Esther Julia Madox ALS to Ford
London; Daddy darling/ Please thank Mrs. Crankshaw very much for the weekend: it was grand to see you again.

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Loewe, Esther Julia Madox ALS to Ford
London; Daddy darling/ I very much apologize for not having written before but work and the Christmas rush

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Loewe, Esther Julia Madox ALS to Ford
London; Daddy darling/ Thanks so much for the money; it has just saved my life: I spent most of it on stockings

  74  
Loewe, Esther Julia Madox ALS to Ford
London; Daddy darling/ I was very glad to get your letter this morning and to learn about the professorship

  74  
Loewe, Esther Julia Madox ALS to Ford
[London] Daddy darling/ I wrote half a letter to you months ago & have tried to start again lots of times

  74  
Loewe, Esther Julia Madox ALS to Ford
London; Daddy darling/ Thanks for the letter. I'm very troubled about your relapse & because I thought you were

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Loewe, Esther Julia Madox ALS to Ford
London; Dear Daddy/ I know it's awful of me not to have answered sooner but everything has been so upset

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Loewe, Esther Julia Madox ALS to Ford
Daddy darling/ Thank you so much for the "March of Literature" - I got your telegram, too.

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Loewe, Esther Julia Madox TLS to David Harvey
Pasadena; Dear David/ Many, many thanks for the copy of your book. I know I should have written

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Loewe, Esther Julia Madox TLS to Robert B. Heilman
Pasadena; Dear Sir/ I know this sounds a somewhat peculiar request but do you have a graduate student

  74  
Loewe, Esther Julia Madox ALS to Katharine Hueffer Lamb
London; Dear Katharine - Your letter to me came just as Stella was writing to you [Lamb collection]

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Loewe, Esther Julia Madox TL[copy]S to Stephen A. McCarthy
Pasadena; Dear Mr. McCarthy/ I understand from Professor Mizener that although you are interested in acquiring my father's (Ford Madox Ford) papers [This copy went to Arthur Mizener with an added note to him from Loewe]

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Loewe, Esther Julia Madox TL[copy]S to Stephen A. McCarthy
[Pasadena] Dear Mr. McCarthy/ Thank yo very much for your letter of November 7th and the provisional offer [This copy went to Arthur Mizener with an added note to him from Loewe.]

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Loewe, Esther Julia Madox TL[carbon] to Mary Millar
Los Angeles; Dear Mrs. Miller[sic]: Thank you for your letter of January 2nd. I'm afraid there isn't much

  74  
Loewe, Esther Julia Madox TLS to Arthur Mizener
Pasadena; Dear Mr. Mizener: I hear from Janice Biala and Graham Greene that you are going to write my father's biography

  74  
Loewe, Esther Julia Madox TLS to Arthur Mizener
Pasadena; Dear Arthur Mizener: Many thanks for your two letters. We certainly do look forward to meeting you

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Loewe, Esther Julia Madox TLS to Arthur Mizener
Pasadena; Dear Professor Mizener: Many thanks for your letter of September 20th. I would awfully like to consult Janice

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Loewe