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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

  3  
Lewis TM Biographical details
[London] For publicity purposes

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

  51  
Beevers, John
[n.p.] A poem.

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

  1  
A- America and Cosmic Man
  2  
America and Cosmic Man-An
  3  
Ao-Bi
  4  
Bj- Cha
  5  
Chb-Creative
  6  
Creative-Cz
  7  
D-De
  8  
Df-E
  9  
F-H
  10  
The Human Age 1
  11  
The Human Age 2
  12  
The Human Age 3
  13  
The Human Age 4
  14  
The Human Age 5
  15  
The Human Age 6
  16  
I- Joint
  17  
Joint
  18  
Joj-K
  19  
L
  20  
Letters of Wyndham Lewis [transcripts]
  21  
Letters of Wyndham Lewis TM [carbon]
  22  
M
  23  
Mrs. Duke's Millions
  24  
N
  25  
O-Ph
  26  
Pi-Pz
  27  
Q-R
  28  
The Red Priest 1
  29  
The Red Priest 2
  30  
The Red Priest 3
  31  
Rotting Hill 1
  32  
Rotting Hill 2
  33  
Rude Assignment 1
  34  
Rude Assignment 2
  35  
Rude Assignment 3
  36  
S-Scrapbook
  37  
Scrapbook-Sn
  37  
Self-Condemned
  38  
Self-Condemned 1
  39  
Self-Condemned 2
  40  
Self-Condemned 3
  41  
Self-Condemned 4
  42  
So-Twn
  43  
Time and Western Man
  44  
Twentieth Century Palette 1
  45  
Twentieth Century Palette 2
  46  
Twentieth Century Palette 3 Publisher's photocopy
  47  
Two-Wn
  48  
Wo- The Writer and the Absolute
  49  
The Writer and the Absolute
  50  
"Writing"-Z, unidentified