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Series IV. Literary Manuscripts [series]:
 
Published Works [subseries]:
 
Major Works [subseries]:
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Anarchism is not Enough (1928)
  76  
Experts Are Puzzled (1930)
  76  
Pictures (1933)
  76  
The Covenant of Literal Morality (1938)
  76  
Len Lye and the Problem of Popular Film (1938)
  76  
The World and Ourselves (1938)
  76  
The World and Ourselves
  76  
The Telling (1972)
  76  
The Telling
  76  
The Telling
  76  
The Telling
  76  
The Telling
  76  
The Telling
  76  
The Telling
  76  
The Telling
  76  
The Telling
  77  
Four Unposted Letters to Catherine (1993)
  77  
The Word Woman and Other Related Writings (1993)
  77  
The Word Woman
  77  
The Word Woman
  78  
Rational Meaning: A New Foundation for the Definition of Words
  78  
Rational Meaning
  78  
Rational Meaning
  78  
Rational Meaning
  78  
Rational Meaning
  79  
Rational Meaning
  79  
Rational Meaning
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Rational Meaning
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Rational Meaning
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Rational Meaning
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Rational Meaning
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Rational Meaning
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Rational Meaning
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Rational Meaning
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Rational Meaning
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Rational Meaning
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Rational Meaning
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Rational Meaning
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Rational Meaning
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Rational Meaning
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Rational Meaning
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Rational Meaning
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Rational Meaning
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Rational Meaning
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Rational Meaning
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Rational Meaning
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Rational Meaning
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Rational Meaning
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Rational Meaning
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Rational Meaning
 
Poems [subseries]:
  83  
"A bundle of poems in typescript-originals, most later printed with revisions" [note on envelope in L(R)J's hand], n.d.
"Dear Growth," "Fine Fellow Son of a Poor Fellow," "Love at a Sickbed," "I Know a Self-Love," "Untaken Image," "Sea, False Philosophy," "And Nature Has a Crop," "Happy Possessor and Industrious Spirit," "Carnival of Numbers," "By Crude Rotation," "Ode to The Triumph of Bodily Intelligence," "Then Wherefore," "Apology for Time, Self, Love, Earnestness and Disaffection," "Midsummer Duet 1934" [by Laura Riding and Robert Graves], "Doom in Bloom," "Seizure of the World" ts. 32pp.
  83  
"For One Who Will Believe" and "For All Our Sakes" clipping [from The Nation, 123, August 11, 1926]
  83  
"How I Called the Ant Darling" Two Worlds. II (December 6, 1926) p. 114 photocopy
  83  
"The Second Leaf" 2pp. [privately printed]; ts 6pp., ca. 1934
  83  
"The Judgement" Poetry Pilot (September 1970) p. 5 [original issue]; commentary ts. 3pp.
  83  
"In Gratuitous Witness" London Review of Books, Vol. 17 (Sept. 7, 1975) ts. 2pp. carbon
  83  
"Lamenting the Terms of Modern Praise" Chelsea, 46 (1988) ts. 1p. and 2 ts. 3pp. carbon
  83  
[Early poems included in PN Review, 78 Special Supplement (March 1991)]
"The Spider" ts. 2pp.; "To this Death" ts. 1p.; "The Twins" ts. 1p.; "Against Adventure" ts. 2pp.; "An Ancient Revisits" ts. 1p.; "Brothers" ts. 1p.; "But Lies" ts. 1p.; "The Fourth Estate" ts. 1p.; "Grieve, Women" ts. 1p.; "The Haunt" ts. 1p.; "Joravaly" ts. 1p.; "Song of the Lyre" ts. 1p.; "The Subterfuge" ts. 4pp.; "Invocation for Birds" ts. 3pp.; "A City Seems" ts. 1p.; "Doomed" ts. 1p.; "A Preface" ts. 1p.; "Trifle" ts. 1p.; "Truth" ts. 2 pp.; "If a Woman Should Be Messiah" ts. 2pp.; "Harlequinade on a Curbstone" ts. 7pp.
 
Essays and Articles [subseries]:
  83  
"Laura Riding" New Verse. Answers to an Enquiry, no. 11 (October 1934) pp. 3-5. Also includes responses by Robert Graves, Louis Macneice, Wyndham Lewis, Roy Campbell, Norman Cameron, and Wallace Stevens
  83  
["The following paragraphs are from the authors' review of Webster's Dictionary of Synonyms published in Library Bulletin, November 1942"] pp. 345, 225, cuttings
  83  
"The following is a sequel of 1964 to my story A First Lesson in Geography..." Antaeus (1965), photocopy
  83  
"Comments on The Fable of the Dice and on my work since 1938..." ts. 1p. Dec. 14, 1971
"On The Fable of the Dice" Goldsmith, Maurice, ed. The Predicament Of Man: An Examination Of Policies For The Future (Frimley: Inforlink Ltd. [for] Science Policy Foundation, 1972) ts. 3pp. Dec. 16, 1971
  83  
"Postscript to attached article" The Private Library, no. 5 (Autumn, 1972) pp. 139-146; ts. 7pp.
  83  
"Letter at Year's End, Year's Beginning, 1974-1975 For My Friends" Some Communications of Broad Reference (Northridge, Ca.: Lord John Press, 1983) ts. 6pp.
  83  
"A Letter For Everyone. End of the Year, 1975" Chelsea 35 (1976) and Some Communications of Broad Reference (Northridge, Ca.: Lord John Press, 1983) ts. 2pp.
  83  
"An assumption that is ... " [published as: "Twentieth-Century Literary Individualism,"] Chelsea 35 (1976) ts. 4pp; ts. 4pp. carbon
  83  
"Neglected books" Antaeus, 20 (Winter 1976) ts. 3pp. photocopy; postscript ts. 1p.; ts. 3pp. photocopy
  83  
"For A Birthday" Some Communications of Broad Reference (Northridge, Ca.: Lord John Press, 1983)
  83  
[Corrections for the Sulfur 10 printing of "Engaging in the Impossible" Sulfur 10 (1984)] ts. 3pp.
  83  
"...concerned with a 'good' of its peculiar own" ts. pp. 4-17 [fragment from "Is There a World for Literature, Is There Literature for a World" Chelsea, 44 (1985)]
  83  
"Twentieth Century Change in the Idea of Poetry, and of the Poet, and of the Human Being" PN Review 57 (Spring 1986) ts. 71pp.; ts. 70pp. carbon; notes for revision
  83  
"Response to Mr. Norris" Language and Style 19 (Spring 1986) ts. pp. 1-6
  83  
"Introduction to a Book of Later-Life Commentaries" Sulfur, 20 (Fall 1987) ts. 23pp.
  83  
"Judgement of One Another" Chelsea, 52 (1991) ts. 1p.; ts. 1p.; ts. 1p. carbon
  83  
"The Only Possible Ending" PN Review 78 (March/April 1991) ts. pp.1-4
  83  
"On C. M. Doughty" PN Review, no. 25 ts. 21pp. carbon
  83  
"The Human and the Universal" in Laura (Riding) Jackson and the Promise of Language by Margaret Nichols (Cornell University Library. Division of Rare and Manuscript Collections: 1998)[early draft] ts. 7pp. [first draft] ms./ts. 8pp [2nd draft] ts. 6pp. ts. 5pp. ts. 6pp. [Sept. 1989] assorted additions/fragments ms. 4pp.; ms.2pp.; ms. 2pp.; ts.2pp.
 
Letters to Editors [subseries]:
  84  
Americans Abroad: An Anthology ed. by Peter Neagoe (The Hague: Servire Press, 1932) pp. ?-327, cutting
  84  
Minnesota Review, Vol. XII, No. 1, 1967, pp. 77-79, clipping
  84  
The New York times Book Review, November 24, 1968, n.p., clipping
  84  
The Observer, October 3, 1970, n.p., clipping
  84  
The Observer, October 1970 [published October 18, 1970] ts. 2pp.; ts. 2pp. photocopy; ts. 3pp; clipping
  84  
The Times Literary Supplement, Nov. 3, 1972, 2ts. 1p. photocopy
  84  
The Private Library, Autumn 1973, ts. pp. 1-12; + note ms. 1p.
  84  
The Nation, December 30, 1974, ts. 3pp.; ts. 3pp. carbon; March 22, 1975, p. 322, clipping; photocopy of clipping; includes photocopy of review to which she responded
  84  
The New York Review of Books, Aug. 4, 1975, ts. 4pp. carbon; ts. 4pp. photocopy
  84  
The New York Review of Books, Aug. 27, 1975, ts. 3pp. carbon [published October 7, 1975]
  84  
The New York Review of Books, October 2, 1975, n.p., clipping, April 19, 1976, ts. 2pp.
  84  
The New York Review of Books, April 19, 1976, ts. 2pp.
  84  
The New York Review of Books, April 29, 1976, n.p., clipping and two photocopies
  84  
The National Review, June 10, 1976, ts. 1p [incomplete]; clipping; note ms. 1p.
  84  
Cite AB, December 1, 1980, p. 364, clipping
  84  
The Times Literary Supplement, July 16, 1982, n.p., photocopy
  84  
The New York Review of Books, Aug. 12, 1982, n.p., clipping
  84  
Sulfur, July 1983, ts. 3pp.; note ms. 1p.
  84  
The Cornell Alumni News, October 1983, pp. 10-16 [entire issue] ts. 4pp. + ts. letter to Editor, July 23, 1983
  84  
Cornell Alumni News, October 17, 1983, ts. 1p; clipping, pp. 15-16; includes letter ms. 1p. March 6, 1984
  84  
The New York Review of Books, Dec. 22, 1983, n.p., clipping; photocopy
  84  
The New York Review of Books, January 31, 1985, p. 41, clipping
 
Editorial Activities [subseries]:
  84  
Focus, Issues I-IV, Jan.-Dec. 1935
 
Unpublished Works [subseries]:
 
Book-length Projects [subseries]:
  84  
Dictionary of Related Meaning
  84  
["Doughty books"]
  84  
"Barker Fairly on Doughty" ts. 26pp.; ms. 4pp.
  84  
Herbert Davis, "Charles Doughty, 1843-1926" [Bergen lecture, Yale University, Nov. 23, 1943] photocopy
  84  
"John Holloway on Charles M. Doughty" ts. 25pp.
  84  
L(R)J to ? ts. 3pp. n.d.
  84  
map for Dawn in Britain ms. 1p.; ms. 1p. carbon; ms. 1p. magic marker
  85  
"The Dawn in Britain: [The Outermost Isle] Reproduced (line-by-line--but without metre) in the English of our time" Part I ms. 150 pp.
  85  
"The Dawn in Britain" Part II ms. pp. 151-236
  85  
"The Dawn in Britain" 3ts. pp. 20-69
  85  
"The Dawn in Britain" 3ts. pp. 70-107
  86  
"A Lexicographical Complement to The Dawn in Britain by Charles M. Doughty, Compiled by Schuyler [B.] Jackson
"Explanatory note "The Glossary for The Dawn in Britain" [originally compiled for the Department of Rare Books, Cornell University] by L(R)J, June 18, 1970, Wabasso, FLA] ms. 1p.
[Title page] (photocopy of badly damaged page)
"Additions, revisions [by S.B.J] to accompany manuscript" ms. 8pp [glossary] ms. pp.1-196
  86  
"A Lexicographical Complement to The Dawn in Britain by Charles M. Doughty, Compiled by Schuyler [B.] Jackson Wabasso, FLA"
A-Kn ts. pp. 1-95
  86  
[Lexicographical Complement] Kn-Tr ts. pp. 95-184
  86  
[Lexicographical Complement] Tr-End ts. pp. 185-208
  86  
[corrections for "Doughty book" addressed to Michael Kirkham], ms. 25pp., Feb. 10-15, 1971
[notes, title sheet, dedication, table of contents, foreword] ms 12pp.
"Foreword" ts. 3pp.; ms. 1p.
"From old draft of Introduction" ms. pp. 28-35
"From an early draft of Introduction" ms. pp. 11-15
"Explanatory Essay" ms. 25pp.
Ch. 2 ms. 7+25pp.
Ch. 3 ms. 39pp.
  86  
["Doughty book"] Ch. 4 ms. 52pp.;
Appendix ms. 36pp.
["Notes on Doughty books," Jan. 1969] ms. 18 3x5 cards (1969)
  87  
"Original Doughty File" [concordance file], n.d.
  88  
"Concordance of Names used in The Dawn in Britain of Charles M. Doughty" + various cards and notes, n.d.
  89  
"Names not yet entered in DIB concordance" and additional cards, n.d.
  90  
"Original Doughty File," cont., n.d.
  91  
"Original Doughty File," cont., n.d.
  91  
Clippings and miscellaneous notes on language and includes "... a rebellion against modes of thinking..." ms. pp. 6-24, n.d.
  92  
"The Right English of Charles M. Doughty by Laura (Riding) Jackson for Schuyler B. Jackson" n.d.
  92  
"The Right English of Charles M. Doughty..." n.d.
  92  
Under the Mind's Watch
  92  
"Literature" ts. pp. 200-324 photocopy, n.d.
  93  
"The New Immorality" ts. pp. 325-461 photocopy, n.d.
  93  
"Life" ts. pp. 462-596 photocopy, n.d.
  93  
["...from early writings...] ts. pp. 597-715 photocopy, n.d.
  93  
"Under the Mind's Watch, by Laura (Riding) Jackson. Prospectus" ts. 11pp photocopy
"Homosexuality" ts. 21 pp.
"Anti-Language sentiment in contemporary Literature Attitudes" ts. 2pp. carbon
"For Finis" ts. 2pp.; 3 ts. 2pp.; 1 carbon copy
[Interview cited by L(R)J in "Under the Mind's Watch" "Poet James Dickey on Carter"] clipping, 1977
 
Poems [subseries]:
  93  
"In Gratuitous Witness" ts. 2pp. carbon, n.d.
  93  
"On Exactitude" ts. 1p.; note 2ts. 1p. carbon, n.d.
 
Short Essays and Notes [subseries]:
  93  
"The authors are at pains to try to shield Horace from suspicion..." ts. pp. 6-13 + notes ms. 2pp., n.d.
  93  
"As to myself and my work in connection with Robert Graves according to the Martin Seymour-Smith essay on Robert Graves in Contemporary Poets of the English Language" ts. pp. 1-14, n.d.
  93  
"As to 'What Next'?" ts. 1p., n.d.
  94  
"Body and Mind and the Linguistic Ultimate" ts. 53pp; ts 53 pp. carbon; assorted ts. pp., n.d.
  94  
"The Case Against and For My Thinking-Speaking Ways", n.d.
  94  
"Corrections for the essay 'Interest' ( The Massachusetts Review Vol XXIII, No. 3)" ts. 1p., n.d.
  94  
"Corrections Needed in 'Backgrounds' ( Glasgow Review) ts. 1p., n.d.
  94  
"How It All Goes" ts. 1p., n.d.
  94  
"Inquiry Addressed To Whoever May Be Moved To Reply Be It Myself Alone" ts. 1p., n.d.
  94  
"I wrote this poem in private reflection..." [commentary on Sonia Raiziss' introduction to the Chelsea Retrospective, 1984] "written as a private presentation to her", n.d.
  94  
"A Letter on Martin Seymour Smith's Public Treatment of the Subject of Myself" ts. 2pp.; ts. 2pp. carbon"
[Further] to Someone on Martin Seymour-Smith" ts. 2pp., ts. 2pp. carbon, n.d.
  94  
"Language Attacked, Language Championed" ts. 4pp. (with additional pp. 3-4); ms. 1p., n.d.
  94  
[Language notes] ms. 1p.; ms. 2pp., n.d.
  94  
"Mathematics" [for Schuyler] ts. 3pp., n.d.
  94  
"My disposition To Others" ts. 5pp., n.d.
  94  
"My feelings about America in 1932..." ms. 1p. carbon; note ms. 1p., n.d.
  94  
"My interest in writing on my views of an earlier time..." ts. 1p.; 2ts. 1p. carbon, n.d.
  94  
"Notes for the Time of Ultimate Candor" ts. 2pp., n.d.
  94  
"Nothing Left But Everything" ts. 1p., n.d.
  94  
"Omens of the Scene" ms. 1p., n.d.
  94  
"On the Continuing of the Continuing" ts. 13pp., n.d.
  94  
"Other Creatures Besides Ourselves Form Unions of Life-Activity..." ts. 5pp., n.d.
  94  
[Note concerning] "A Pamphlet Against Anthologies" ts. 1p., n.d.
  94  
"A Picture of Truth in Our Time (The Century's Last Quarter)" ts. 1p., n.d.
  94  
"Poetry As Image of Poetry" ts. 1p., n.d.
  94  
"The Principle of the Thing" ts. 30pp., n.d.
  94  
"Sins in the Name of Literary Schlarship" ts. 21pp., n.d.
  94  
"Some Notes on My Poems For a Student of My Work..." ts. 3pp., n.d.
  94  
"Sorry: to have put in so much of my writing..."
  94  
"Speaking from Principle" ts. 1p., n.d.
  94  
"Statement by Laura (Riding) Jackson upon the publication of T. S. Matthews' Jacks or Better..." 3ts. 4pp., n.d.
  94  
"The Story Itself is Alive" ts. 1p.; 2ts. 1p. carbon, n.d.
  94  
[Terence Diggory material] Commentary ts. 1p.
"Chapter One: Introduction " ts. 4 pp.
[untitled] ts. pp.218-231
"Notes" ts. pp. 289-290, 348-352 , n.d.
  94  
"To a friend - comment on poets of the'twenties and thirties..." ts. 1p.; ts. 1p. carbon, n.d.
  94  
"To Someone as to a Certain Library Collection , to which he has a responsible relation" ts. 1p.; ts. 1p. carbon, n.d.
  94  
"Trials in the Definition of Singular Words" ts. 1p., n.d.
  95  
"Wexler's 'Pursuit' of Laura (Riding) Jackson" [by James F. Mathias] note by L(R)J ms. 1p.; ts. 13pp.; ts. 13 pp. photocopy, n.d.
  95  
"What I thought I had done..." [by L(R)J?] ts. 1p., n.d.
  95  
"Written After Reading a University President's Reflections on Educational Ideals" ts. 1p., n.d.
  95  
"A View of Robert Graves" ts. 8pp. carbon; ts. 8 pp. phtocopy, n.d.
  95  
"Words spoken by the telephone to Joyce Wexler..." ts. 1p.; ts. 1p.; note ms. 1p., n.d.
"14A. Communications. Supplementary questions..." enclosed with letter to Arthur Barker, Nov. 19, 1933 ms. 2pp.
  95  
[Galley proof of "New Year Notes" by James Reeves carrying notes by L(R)J] ms. 1p., ca. 1934
  95  
[Galley proof of "Sirventes" by James Reeves (1930) and L(R)J's notes] ts. 1p.; ms. 2pp., ca. 1934
  95  
"Saw Any Man Dead Sea--Paraphrase" ms. 1p., ca. 1934
"I was born in New York City..." enclosed with letter to Living Authors, Jul. 4, 1933
  95  
"C'an Torrent" ts. 2pp., 1935?
"To the Endorsers of the Covenant of Literal Mortlity" ts. 4pp., Feb. 1939
  95  
"Early Note on Poetry Re-Evaluated" ms. 2pp., 1950s or 1960s
  95  
"1964 commentary on Lives of Wives by author..." ms. 3x5 card; ms. 1p., 1964
  95  
[note concerning...] Almost Forgotten Germany [work by Georg Schwarz, translated by Laura Riding and Robert Graves (Deya, Majorca: The Seizin Press; London: Constable & Co., 1936] ms. 3x5 card, 1964
  95  
"Retrospective note on The World and Ourselves by the author, July 1964" ts. 1p.
  95  
[Note concerning] "No Trouble" by Len Lye (Deya, Majorca; The Seizin Press, 1930) ms. 3x5 card, Nov. 16, 1964
  95  
"Proof copy of A Mistake Somewhere" ms. 3x5 card, Nov. 16, 1964
  95  
"Proof copy of The Moon's No Fool" ms. 3x5 card, Nov. 16, 1964
  95  
[Note concerning] "In a Cafe" ms. 3x5 card, Dec. 1964
  95  
"A commentary of 1967 in Introduction of Epilogue, volume I, II and III (1935, 1936, 1937) by the editor (Laura Riding)" ts. 8pp. photocopy; ts. 1p. carbon; ts. 1p. carbon [1975]
  95  
"Schuyler Brinkerhoof [sic] Jackson: August 18, 1900-July 4, 1968" [background material written for a memorial piece in the Princeton Alumni Weekly, Sept. 7, 1968] ts. 8pp.
  95  
[Note concerning] "The Art of the Moving Picture by Vachel Lindsay" ms. 3x5 card, May 1969
  95  
"Instructions for Faber & Faber, 1970-- Selected Poems in Five Sets by Laura Riding" title note, ms. 1p.; ts. 8pp.
  95  
[Note concerning] "The Left Heresy" ms.4pp., January 1970
  95  
"Commentary by Laura Riding on A Survey of Modernist Poetry to accompany the copy of the book in the Laura Riding Jackson and Schuyler B. Jackson Collection in the Department of Rare Books, Cornell University Library" ts. 4pp.; ts. 4pp. carbon ["This is a revision of December 1971 from an initial commentary of December 1964..."]
" A Survey of Modernist Poetry" ts. 1p. Dec. 4, 1964
  95  
[Scripts of L(R)J's corrections of Hugh Ford's successive trials for chapter in his book on private presses, X, Y, Z, October 3, 1971] ms. 145 pp.; note ms. 1p., 1971, 1972
  95  
["I did not write again to Mr. Hamburger...], Jan. 1971?
  95  
"Description of The Telling in Harper & Row catalogue, (Spring) February-July 1973" ms. 4pp.
  95  
"Of the difficulty to which Wyndham Lewis refers..." ms. 1p.; ts. 1p.; 2ts. 1 p. carbon, October 19, 1973
  95  
"[A little essay on] Anarchism Is Not Enough, 1928" 2ms. 4pp.; ms. 3pp. ["written for incorporation in a book in progress ( The Failure of Poetry/)], 1974
  95  
"To the Chairman of the Seminar on 'Laura Riding and Robert Graves'--Modern Language Association, December 19[74]. A Letter of Varied Commentary from Laura (Riding) Jackson" 2ts. 4pp. photocopy
"To the Chairman of the Seminar... Postscript to A Letter of Varied Commentary--written December 17, 1974" ts. 4pp. photocopy; ts. 4pp. carbon
"Addenda (from postcript to A Letter to the Chairman...)" 2ts. pp. 22-23 carbon
  95  
"To a Friendly Correspondent of the Publishing World..." ts. 2pp., 1974.
  95  
"Further Comments on contents of Antaeus # 13/14 1974..." ts. 1p.; note ms. 1p.
  95  
"The treatment shows up in unexpected forms..." ts. 4pp., ca. 1975
  95  
"As to Published in Paris, a book by Hugh Ford (Macmillan, NY, 1975)" ts. n.p.
  95  
"Comments for Dr. Donald D. Eddy's consultation..." [commentary on unpublished prose material deposited at Cornell University] (1975) ts. 5pp. carbon with corrections; ts. 5pp.
  95  
"To a Friend, As To America, 1975" ts. 1p.; 2ts. 1p. carbon; note ms. 1p.
  95  
"To a Rather New Friend" ts. 1p.; ts. 1p. carbon, Feb. 1975
  95  
"As to the Early Essay A Prophecy On" ts. 1p., July 1976
  95  
"To Someone, As To My Work," Sept. 1976
  95  
"Some writing on A.T. Tolley's book..." (November 17, 1976) 2ts. 2pp. "Further as to the Tolley book" (November 19, 1976) ts. 2pp.
  95  
[On William H. Pritchard, Seeing Through Everything] ms./ts. 6pp; ms. 4pp., 1977?
William H. Pritchard, Seeing Through Everything pp. 114-137, photocopy
  95  
"The Woolfs, Etc." ts. 2pp., ca. 1977
  95  
"To Someone on Critical Avoidance of My Poetic Work" ts. 1p.; ts. 1p carbon, 1977
  95  
"The Worst Wizardry" ts. 21pp.; ms. notes for revision, 1978?
  95  
[L(R)J's comments on the autobiographies by Thomas S. Matthews] ts. 9pp.; note ms. 1p, late 1970s
"...our letting anyone have a glimpse of the course of our work..." ts. pp. 148-154, late 1970s
  96  
"On several references to myself appearing in the third volume of Letters of Virginia Woolf"
ts. pp. 1-6, 6a, 7-23 carbon; ts. p. 8, 22, 23 carbon, 1978
  96  
"Language Under Attack, Language Under Defence" ts. 10pp., 1980?
  96  
"Afterword" [for A Trojan Ending], ts. 8pp., 1984
  96  
"Free vilification corner--Laura (Riding) Jackson" ts. 68pp., 1984 or 1985
  96  
"A Design" ts. 1p., November 1985
  96  
"I provide this note on this copy of Ezra Pound's Provenca..." ts. 1p., December 31, 1985
  96  
"The Experience of Literature" ms. pp. 51-123, 1987?
  96  
"The Ends of Literature: A Collection of Miscellaneous Writings by Laura (Riding) Jackson: Introduction" ts. 14pp., mid-1980s?
  96  
"A Reduction" [Review of From Moon to Moon: Selected Letters of Robert Graves, edited by Paul O'Prey (Hutchinson, 1984)] ts. 5pp., mid-1980s?
  96  
"Passages from a portion of my memoirs treating of my membership in the group 'The Fugitives' and my relationship with it, and individual members" ts. 3pp., late 1980s
 
Letters to Editors [subseries]:
  96  
The Saturday Review, May 28, 1966 ts. 3pp. carbon
  96  
L'Ephemere, 1969? ts. 3pp.
  96  
The Review, November 18, 1970 ts. 2pp. carbon
  96  
The Massachusetts Review, October 1970 ms. 11pp.
  96  
The New York Review [of Books], July 22, 1972 ts. 2pp.
  96  
The Times Literary Supplement, October 2, 1972 ts. 2pp.
  96  
The New York Review of Books, Summer 1973 ts. 3pp.
  96  
The Times Literary Supplement, November 11, 1973 ts. 3pp. + 3a; ts., 3pp. + 3a carbon; note ms. 1p.; draft letter ms. 1p.; two clippings
  96  
Library Journal, November 27, 1973 ts. 2pp.; ts. 22pp. carbon; clipping
  96  
Library Journal, July 5, 1975 ts. 2pp. carbon
  96  
The New Statesman, August 6, 1975 ts. 2pp carbon; includes letter from Mark Jacobs to The New Statesman, August 6, 1975 ts. 1p.
  96  
The New York Times Book Review, September 20, 1975 ts. 3pp. photocopy
  96  
London Magazine, April 12, 1976 ts. 3pp.
accompanying letter ts. 1p. Apr. 16, 1976
revised letter ts. 1p. Apr. 25, 1976
letter to Alan Ross ts. 1p. Apr. 25, 1976
letter Ross to L(R)J ts. 1p. Apr. 15, 1976
letter to Ross ts. 1p. May 26, 1976
letter to Ross ts. 3pp. carbon Aug. 22, 1976
  96  
London Magazine, August/September 1976, pp. 90-92, photocopy; three copies of the revisions ts. 3pp.; letter from James Atlas to London Magazine, 2 photocopy, pp. 96-97, photocopy
  96  
London Magazine, April 1977 ts. 2pp. 2ts. 2pp. photocopy
  96  
The Times Literary Supplement, November 11, 1976, ts. 2pp. carbon
  96  
The Times Literary Supplement, December 17, 1976, ts. 1p. carbon + clipping of J.S. Atherton' review of Published in Paris, by Hugh Ford
  96  
The Scotsman, September 28, 1980, ts. 2pp. ; ts. 2pp.; clipping about Laura Riding's literary partnership with Robert Graves in The Scotsman, [September 6, 1980], pp. 357-8, photocopy
  96  
English, June 10, 1981 ts. 7pp. carbon
  96  
The New York Review of Books, June 29, 1987 ts. 2pp.; 2ts. 1p. carbon
 
Editorial Activities [subseries]:
  96  
"Comments on a study of my work--a draft, unpublished" n.d., ts. 109pp. ; "Commentary by Laura (Riding) Jackson" ms. 1p. [commentary on the draft of a dissertation by Joyce Wexler, yet to be submitted at the time], n.d.
  96  
"Drafts of the review of the English edition of Selected Poems: In Five Sets that eventually appeared in the English magazine The Cambridge Quarterly, by Michael Kirkham" ts. 6pp.; ts. 7pp.; note 2ms.1p., n.d.