Harry T. Moore Papers, 1903-1967
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Brief Description: The Harry T. Moore Papers are primarily the manuscript copies of his two volume work The Collected Letters of D. H. Lawrence, published in 1962 by Heinemann in London.  Included are the book's introduction, copies of Lawrence's letters dated 1903-1930, and an index of recipients of the letters.  The papers contain Moore's annotations and edits.  Also included are a small amount of reproduced letters between Richard Aldington and Lawrence Durrell, likely used in Moore's co-edited book Literary Lifelines: The Richard Aldington-Lawrence Durrell Correspondence.  Many of these letters have Moore's editing marks.  Other letters among this set are written by Caresse Crosby regarding the Raymond Radiguet publication Les Joues en Feu, and other correspondents include Jean Fanchette and Freida Lawrence, and L J. P Gaskin.
Held at:
Southern Illinois University Special Collections Research Center
605 Agriculture Dr.
MC 6632
Carbondale, IL 62901
Phone: 618-453-2516
Fax: 618-453-3451
Email: speccoll [at] lib.siu.edu
Record Series Number: 3/RG 4/FP 17-8-F2
Created by: Moore, Harry T. (Harry Thornton) (1908-1981)
Volume: 1.25 Cubic Feet
Arrangement: The files are arranged chronologically by volume and page number.
Biographical Note for Moore, Harry T. (Harry Thornton) (1908-1981) :

Harry T. Moore was an English professor at Southern Illinois University Carbondale from 1957-1976.  He was born in Oakland, California on August 2, 1908 and began his education at the University of Chicago in 1934.  He also earned degrees at Northwestern University and Boston University.

Moore is best remembered for his studies and publications on the life and works of D. H. Lawrence.  His 1974 biography on Lawrence, Priest of Love, was adapted into a movie starring Ian McKellen and Janet Suzman in 1981.  Other books on Lawrence include The Intelligent heart, the story of D. H. Lawrence (1954), The life and works of D. H. Lawrence (1951), The Collected Letters of D. H. Lawrence (1962), and D. H. Lawrence and his World (1966).  Moore also studied and published on John Steinbeck, E.M. Forster, Henry James, Richard Aldington, and Lawrence Durrell. Moore became a fellow of the Royal Society of Literature, as well as the President of the College English Association.  He also won the Guggenheim Fellowships in 1958 and 1960.  He died on April 11, 1981 in Carterville, Illinois.

Access Restrictions: Unrestricted access.
Subject Index
Genres/Forms of Material
Aldington, Richard, 1892-1962 - Correspondence
Crosby, Caresse, 1892-1970. - Correspondence
Durrell, Lawrence - Correspondence
Lawrence, D. H.  (David Herbert), 1885-1930. - Correspondence
Languages of Materials
English [eng]
French [fre]
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Acquisition Notes: Received as manuscripts accession 776.
Related Materials:

MSS 156 <span class="highlight0 bold">Harry</span> <span class="highlight1 bold">T</span>. <span class="highlight2 bold">Moore</span> collection of Richard Aldington correspondence, 1958-1962.

MSS 163 Lawrence Durrell personal papers, 1970-1990.

Numerous Vertical File Manuscripts (VFM's) including: 1535, 1725, 213, 328, 471, 493, 704, 705, 706, 707, 708, 709.

PreferredCitation: [after identification of item(s)], Harry T. Moore Papers, Special Collections Research Center, Morris Library, Southern Illinois University Carbondale.
Finding Aid Revisions: The current finding aid was created by Matt Gorzalski in August 2013.