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Biographical Note

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Collected Bob Brown Material: Manuscripts

Collected Bob Brown Material: Miscellaneous

Collected Bob Brown Material: Printed Matter

Collected Bob Brown Material: News Articles

Collected Bob Brown Material: Photographs

Collected Material of Others

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Collection Overview

Title: Philip Kaplan and Bob Brown papers, 1894-1961Add to your cart.

ID: 1/1/MSS 078

Primary Creator: Brown, Bob (1886-1959)

Other Creators: Kaplan, Philip, (1903-1990)

Extent: 12.0 Boxes

Arrangement: The correspondence has been arranged chronologically.  The letters for which no date could be established have been placed at the end of the series, alphabetically by correspondent.

Subjects: Brown, Bob, 1886-1959

Forms of Material: Boyle, Kay, 1902-1992 - Correspondence, Brown, Bob, 1886-1959 - Correspondence, Clippings (information artifacts), Correspondence., Cunard, Nancy, 1896-1965. - Correspondence, Ephemera., Kaplan, Philip, 1903-1990 - Correspondence, Manuscripts for publication., Miller, Henry, 1891-1980 - Correspondence, Nin, Anais, 1903-1977. - Correspondence, Photographs, Stein, Gertrude, 1874-1946. - Correspondence, Williams, William Carlos, 1883-1963 - Correspondence

Languages: English

Scope and Contents of the Materials

This collection consists of correspondence, articles written by Bob Brown, miscellaneous written material and photographs. Much of the correspondence is between Bob Brown and Philip Kaplan, but other notable names included are  Kay Boyle, Nancy Cunard, Gertrude Stein, and William Carlos Williams. Of special interest are approximately 100 letters from Henry Miller to Anäs Nin.

Biographical Note

American author, journalist, publisher, and collector Robert Carlton Brown (1886-1959) was born in Chicago. Brown wrote pulp fiction, non-fiction, cookbooks, avant-garde publications, and experimented with a book of visual poetry; he also contributed pieces to various magazines and newspapers in New York City and established journals in Rio de Janeiro, Mexico City, and London. Popular works of Brown's include the novel What Happened to Mary? (1913), an adaptation of which became one of the first successful motion pictures. He was involved with an informal poetry group with avant-garde and modernist writers and artists like William Carlos Williams, Alfred Kreymbourg, and Man Ray in 1913 and 1914. The group put forth a publication entitled Glebe in 1913 and later the influential poetry journal Others. In 1929, he and his wife temporarily settled in France where they became involved in the expatriate literary community in Paris. While there, he also established Roving Eye Press to promote a reading machine that he invented. Brown published a book of verse to be used with the machine, Readies for Bob Brown's Machine (1931), which included contributions from Gertrude Stein, Ezra Pound, James T. Farrell, Kay Boyle, Paul Bowles, Kreymborg, Eugene Jolas, and Robert McAlmon.

The Browns eventually reestablished residence in Rio de Janeiro, where they lived until Rose Brown's death in 1952. Following his wife's death, Bob Brown returned to New York, remarried, and continued to write. He ran a shop called Bob Brown's Books in Greenwich Village until his death in 1959.

Subject/Index Terms

Brown, Bob, 1886-1959

Administrative Information

Repository: Southern Illinois University Special Collections Research Center

Access Restrictions: Unrestricted access.

Use Restrictions: To quote in print, or otherwise reproduce in whole or in part in any publication, including on the World Wide Web, any material from this collection, the researcher must obtain permission from (1) the owner of the physical property and (2) the holder of the copyright. Persons wishing to quote from this collection should consult Special Collections Research Center to determine copyright holders for in this collection. Reproduction of any item must contain the complete citation to the original.

Preferred Citation: [Item], Philip Kaplan and Bob Brown papers, Special Collections Research Center, Southern Illinois University Carbondale.

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[Series 3: Collected Bob Brown Material: Miscellaneous],
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[Series 5: Collected Bob Brown Material: News Articles],
[Series 6: Collected Bob Brown Material: Photographs],
[Series 7: Collected Material of Others],
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Series 7: Collected Material of OthersAdd to your cart.
Box 9Add to your cart.
Folder 6: AlastairAdd to your cart.

2 pamphlets announcing exposition Dec. 15-29, 1927

"Les Dessins D'Alastair" by Robert Sebastien, Chroniques, pp. 250-252

"Lettre au passé - Proclamations par Ludwig Derleth" by Alastair, Lettres Allemandes, pp. 67-75.

Anderson, Margaret

ALS, to Mr. Monro, n.d., 4 pp., asking him to do something for The Little Review

Broadside, concerning The Little Review

Folder 7: Anderson, SherwoodAdd to your cart.

ALS, to Eurley (?) Richards, Aug. 2, 1932, 1 p.

ALS, to R. N. Leekley, Nov. 28, 1933, 2 pp.

ALS, to Eurley (?) Richards, Sept. 1, 193_, 3 pp.

TLS, to A. S. Burack, April 5, 1940, 1 p.

TLS, from Miriam Phillips (Hedgerow Theatre) to R. N. Leekley, Aug. 20, 1934, 1 p., concerning Anderson's Winesburg, Ohio

Play program of Winesburg, Ohio by Sherwood Anderson and Arthur Barton, presented at the Hedgerow Theatre, June-September, 1934

16 newspaper articles about Sherwood Anderson including book reviews, other notices, and columnist chatter

3 photographs (Xerox) of Sherwood Anderson

Folder 8: Arens, EgmontAdd to your cart.

TLS, to Montgomery Evans, Dec. 22, 1926, 1 p., returning two reviews

Ball, Ida C.

AmsS, "A Tune About the Prune", poem, 2 pp.

Folder 9: Basshe, EmJoAdd to your cart.

40 letters to Montgomery Evans, 1923-1929, fifteen of which are n.d.

2 canceled checks, June 14 and July 14, 1928, to EmJo Basshe from Montgomery Evans

Folder 10: BroadsidesAdd to your cart.

Broadside (2 copies) announcing The Centuries by EmJo Basshe, playing at The New Playwrights Theatre, New York, Nov.-Dec., 1927

TMs, reviewing a review of The Centuries, 1 p.

Folder 11: EmJo BassheAdd to your cart.

Program and announcement of the First Bill of The Stage Repertory, April 19, 20, 21, 1923 at the Plays and Player Club, Philadelphia, performing The Star by Hode Basshe, Earth by EmJo, A Merry Death by Nicholas Evreinov, and The Bitter Fantasy by EmJo (2 copies) [one copy has laid in one 6 pp. review and one 3 p. review]

Program of Orlando Furioso by Remo Bufano and Fantasy in Flutes and Figures by EmJo Basshe, playing at The Marionette Theatre of Remo Bufano, May 4-7, 1926 (2 copies)

Broadside announcing The Centuries by EmJo Basshe, playing at The New Playwrights Theatre, quoting the critics (7 copies)

Program of Airways, Inc. by John Dos Passos, playing at The New Playwrights Theatre in the 1928-29 season

Theatre 1929, published by The New Playwrights Theatre, January 1929

Broadside concerning The New Playwrights Theatre

Announcement of Irony and Pity by Paul Eldridge with autograph note "a remarkable man and writer!"

Broadside announcing Adam Solitaire by EmJo Basshe, playing at the Provincetown Playhouse (2 copies)

Ticket stub to the Provincetown Playhouse, Nov. 5, 1925

"Xmas Greetings from EmJo" (2 copies)

11 newspaper articles reviewing various plays

Folder 12: Bodenheim, MaxwellAdd to your cart.

AmsS, "Death", poem, 1 p.

TMs, "Compulsory Tasks", poem, 3 pp.

9 letters to Sam Putnam, n.y.; 1 ALS to Sally, n.d., and 1 TLS from Samuel Pessin to Max Bodenheim, n.d., 1 p.

"Profile of a character: Maxwell Bodenheim", Modern Man, June, 1958, 4 pp.

Newspaper clipping

Bosschere, Jean de

TLS, to "My dear Friend", May 27, 1928, 1p.

TLS, to [Sam] Putnam, July 17, 1928, 2 pp.

Folder 13: Boyle, KayAdd to your cart.

TMs, "Black Boy", 9 p., (carbon)

TMs, "Change of Life", 3 pp. Also reprint of same from The Readies, with note, Oct. 17, 1954, from Bob Brown to Phil Kaplan "This fell out of the Kay lot"

TMs, "Christmas Eve", 13 pp. (carbon)

Folder 14: Kay BoyleAdd to your cart.

TMsS, "A Comeallye for Robert Carlton Brown", 4 pp. (carbon)

TMs, "A Comeallye for Robert Carlton Brown", 4 pp. (carbon)

TMs, "Portion of an Epic Poem on Flight", 6 pp.

TMs, "Landscape for Wyn Henderson", (incomplete), 3 pp.  Also, readies proof of same, 3 pp.

TMs, a review of  "Murder! Murder!", 2 pp.

TMs, "Rest Cure", 13 pp. (carbon)

Folder 15: Kay BoyleAdd to your cart.

TMs, "Writers Worth Reading", 4 pp. (carbon)

TMs, "Year Before Last", 51 pp. (carbon)

Folder 16: Kay BoyleAdd to your cart.

"Kay Boyle: Experimenter" by Evelyn Harter, The Bookman, June and July, 1932, 4 pp.

Marriage announcement of Kay Boyle and Laurence Vail, April 2, 1932

Invitation from Gugenheim Jeune to attend an exhibition by Children

2 articles concerning Kay Boyle

Box 10Add to your cart.
Folder 1: Bragdon, ClaudeAdd to your cart.

ALS, to [Sam] Putnam, March 23, 1923, 3 pp.

ALS, to Sam Putnam and Mark Turbyfill, July 5, 1923, 2 pp.

Brown, Carlton

TMs, "How Do I Know? Her Panties Told Me So" or "Next To my Chick I Like Bartlett's Familiar Quotations Best", 10 pp., (carbon)

TMs, "You, Old Fuller Brush Man, Brought a New Kind of Love to Me", 13 pp. (carbon)

Folder 2: Bynner, WitterAdd to your cart.

5 TLS and 1 ANS from Witter Bynner to Sam Putnam, Nov. 22, 1922-Oct. 12, 1923

Conroy, Jack

Correspondence, Aug. 7, 1936-April 12, 1939, between Jack Conroy and Phil Kaplan.  (4 TLS to Kaplan, 1 TL (carbon) to Jack)

TLS, to "Friend", May 19, 1939, concerning the status of The New Anvil

Broadside from the Midwest Literary League

Broadside announcing "A World to Win" by Jack Conroy and "The Anvil"

Mimeo letter from Chairman of the ANVIL Emergency Committee soliciting fund

Folder 3: Corley, DonaldAdd to your cart.

Correspondence, Jan. 12, 1933 -- Jan. 30, 1934, between Donald Corley and Phil Kaplan concerning Corley's exhibit at the Kokoon Arts Club.  (18 letters)

TLS, from Donald Corley to Montgomery Evans, June 20, [1949], 1 p.

Brentano's Book Chat, July and August, 1925, Vol. 4, No. 4.  (sample copy)

Broadside announcing Donald Corley exhibition at the Kokoon Artists Gallery, (3 copies, grey, blue, gold)

3 drawings (printed)

Folder 4: Crane, HartAdd to your cart.

3 photographs autographed for Caresse Crosby (Xerox)

Dell, Floyd

TMs, "Up in the Cumberland Mountains", 2 pp. (carbon)

AMs, untitled, concerns the first World War (?), 1 p.

ALS, to Mr. Munsaw, May 20, 1934, 1 p.

ALS, to Florence Pryor, July 3, 1939, 3 pp.

Doolittle, Hilda

TL, to Hilda from the Poetry Bookshop, June 17, 1929, (carbon)

TLS, to Poetry Bookshop from Hilda Aldington, June 20, [1929]

Folder 5: Dos Passos, JohnAdd to your cart.

TMsS, "Tin Lizzie", corrected, 12 pp., appeared in The Big Money, 1936

ALS, to Mr. Shalmen, n.d., 1 p., thanking him for pointing out an error in one of his works.

Dreier, Katherine

TLS, to Mr. E. R. Gee, Jan. 26, 1918, 2 pp.

TLS, to Montgomery Evans, March 4, 1926, 1 p.

ALS, to [Montgomery] Evans, n.d., 2 pp.

Pamphlet describing the Illustrated Lectures at the Brooklyn Museum for the Winter Course, 1926, with autograph note signed on front page.

Folder 6: Dunning, R. le.Add to your cart.

AmsS, "Baudelaire's Paris", poem, 1 p., translated by R. le. Dunning

TMsS, "Sonnet Willant Sibilante", (with corrections in pencil), 1 p.

AmsS, "The Rose and the Thistle", poem, 2 pp.

Falstaff, Jake

TMsS, "The Christmas Tree", April 7, 1933, inscribed to Phil Kaplan, 11 pp. Front cover signed by Nannine Joseph.  Note on title page that Jake could not sell this story, but it was published after his death.

Folder 7: Ford, Ford MadoxAdd to your cart.
TMs, "A Man Could Stand Up . . .", published 1926, with corrections in pencil, 249 pp. (carbon)
Folder 8: Ford, Ford MadoxAdd to your cart.
Folder 9: Ford, Ford MadoxAdd to your cart.
Folder 10: Ford, Ford MadoxAdd to your cart.
Folder 11: Ford, Ford MadoxAdd to your cart.
TMs, "The Last Post", published 1928, incomplete, with corrections in pencil, dedicatory letter; pp. 1-197.  (carbon)
Folder 12: Ford, Ford MadoxAdd to your cart.
Folder 13: Ford, Ford MadoxAdd to your cart.
Folder 14: Ford, Ford MadoxAdd to your cart.
Folder 15: Ford, Ford MadoxAdd to your cart.

TLS, to Gaige, April 24, 1924, 1 p.

TLS, to Gaige, March 19, 1928, 2 pp.

TLS, from Harold Strauss to Phil Kaplan, Dec. 19, 1950, 1 p., concerning Ford

TL, to Ford from unidentified writer, n.d., 1 p.

Pamphlet by Harold Strauss describing how Parade's End came to be published, New York: Alfred A. Knopf, Inc., 1950, 13 pp.

Wings, Vol. 1, No. 12, published by The Literary Guild of America, Inc.; New York.  Book of the month is The Last Post by Ford.

The New York Times Book Review, Sept. 17, 1950, includes "The Story of Ford Madox Ford", reviewing Parade's End, 2 pp.

Part of a newspaper article, July 5, 1950, mentioning the publication of Ford's books.

Box 11Add to your cart.
Folder 1: Frank, WaldoAdd to your cart.

TLS, to Mark Turbyfill, Nov. 25, 1922, 1 p. (notes in pencil on bottom of page and reverse)

TLS, to Prairie, n.d., 1 p., blasting them for hogbutchering his poem.

Gascoyne, David

AMs, "Stele", poem, 1 p.

AMs, "Beatrice - Brandy - Mavis - Cathleen - Danny", poem, 2 pp., (incomplete?)

AMsS, book of notes for poems 1949, 1953

Folder 2: Genet, JeanAdd to your cart.

AMsS, "Le Bagne", 105 pieces, [many pages torn].

Folder, cardboard, front cover filled with notes in Genet's hand.

"Poet of Evil", The Observer, June 11, 1961, 1 p.

Folder 3: Genet, JeanAdd to your cart.
Folder 4: Genet, JeanAdd to your cart.
Folder 5: Genet, JeanAdd to your cart.
Folder 6: Genet, JeanAdd to your cart.
Box 12Add to your cart.
Folder 1: Goldman, Emma/ Hanley, JamesAdd to your cart.

Goldman, Emma

TLS, to Louise Morgan, Jan. 19, 1938, 1 p., asking her to endorse and appeal and manifesto of the International Anti-Fascist Solidarity Organization.

Hanley, James

ALS, from [Compton Raihenjir?] to whom it may concern, Oct. 22, [1928?], 1 p., recommending Hanley as a [gramaphone?] dealer

TLS, from Hanley to Phil Kaplan, May 21, 1935, 1 p., asking him if he knows anyone who would want to see his proofs of RESSUREXIT DOMINUS.

ALS, from Hanley to Mr. Ports, n.d., 2 pp.

Books and Bookmen, April 1962, includes article on Hanley, pp. 14-15, "Neglected Genius" by Richard Whittington-Egan.

Folder 2: Heap, Jane/ Hecht, Ben/Hiler, HilaireAdd to your cart.

Heap, Jane

ALS, to "Monty" [Montgomery Evans?], June 4, 1926, telling him not to enter into any deal with Webster concerning a film.

Hecht, Ben

Photograph (Xerox) of Ben Hecht and his publisher, Horace Liveright. ANS, on reverse from Rose Caylor Hecht to Mr. Gross, asking him to give a taxi driver her page proofs and the old galley proofs.

Photograph (Xerox) of Ben Hecht and Rose Caylor - note on reverse says "Visiting Cleveland U. in 1930, given to me by Bernie Cooper."

Hiler, Hilaire

AMs, "H-A-N-G-O-V-E-R", 2 pp. for Readies

Folder 3: Hurstin, Zora Neale/ Jenkins, Oliver/Johns, OrrickAdd to your cart.

Hurstin, Zora Neale

TMs, "Win' In De Banjo", May 27, 1925

Jenkins, Oliver

TLS, to Sam, Dec. 30, 1921, 1 p.

TLS, to Sam, n.d., 1 p.

Johns, Orrick

3 ALS, to George Macy, Dec. 1, 1928, 1 p.; Feb. 22, 1929, 2 pp.; June 1, 1929, 2 pp.

Folder 4: Joyce, JamesAdd to your cart.

TLS, from L. A. Gertman to Hunter Stagg, Dec. 17, 1924, 1 p., informing him that the copy of Ulysses which he sent through the mail has been destroyed because the book is considered immoral and a prohibited importation.

Sales receipt, Nov. 26, 1924, from the Shakespeare and Company Bookshop to Montgomery Evans for 10 copies of Ulysses

How to Enjoy James Joyce's Ulysses, Random House, pamphlet/broadside

"The Stream of Consciousness.  Le Monologue Interieur" by Edovard Dujardin.  Paris, 1931.  (Newspaper clipping about Ulysses)

Review of James Joyce's Ulysses by Stuart Gilbert, a commentary on Ulysses

Advertisement from Shakespeare and Company announcing the 5th printing of Ulysses for 60 francs

"James Joyce and 'Ulysses'" by Frederick James Gregg - newspaper article

"Joyce's Ulysses No Longer a Banned Book" by Horace Gregory, The New York Herald Tribune, Jan. 21, 1934

Program from Ulysses in Nightown, Rooftop Productions

Broadside/pamphlet describing Shakespeare and Company Bookshop

Broadside announcing Joyce's Haveth Childers Everywhere, published by Henry Babou and Jack Kahane

"Joyceana" by Bern Porter, a bio-biliographical map.

Review of Tales Told of Sheim and Shaun

Broadside announcing/describing a James Joyce Exhibition, June 14--July 12, 1950 at the Institute of Contemporary Arts.

"Pastimes of James Joyce", issued by Joyce Memorial Fund Committee, no. 574

Photograph (printed) of James and Peggy Joyce

Folder 5: Kemp, Harry/Kreymborg, AlfredAdd to your cart.

Kemp, Harry

TMsS, and AMsS, "Love, the Fisher", 1 p. (autograph lines written between typed lines)

TMsS, "To Hitler, at His End", poem, 1 p., (carbon)

TMsS, "The Dragon Dies", poem, 1 p., (carbon?)

Program, signed, for Kemp's presentation of Four One-Act Plays at The Poets Theatre, Jan. 4-9, n.y.

Kreymborg, Alfred

11 TLS, to Ward Edwards, May 23, 1925-Nov. 14, 1931

14 letters, to Bob Brown, Feb. 22, [1931?]-Election Day 1951

Pamphlet announcing a lecture tour of Kreymborg, managed by the W. Colston Leigh Lecture Bureau

Folder 6: Lewis, Sinclair/Lewis, Wyndham [Percy]/Loos, AnitaAdd to your cart.

Lewis, Sinclair

TLS, to Mrs. Morand, Nov. 24, 1930, 1 p., thanking her for congratulations and comments on "Babbitt" and saying he hopes to see her in January

Lewis, Wyndham [Percy]

TMs, "The Enemy", by Ruthven Toss, 2 pp.

AMs, "A Note on 'The Wild Body'", by Gilbert Armytage, 13 pp.

AMsS, untitled, by Glyn Jones, 2 pp.

TMs, untitled, by Keneth Burke, 2 pp.

Loos, Anita

2 photographs (Xerox)

Folder 7: Various WritersAdd to your cart.

Loving, Pierre

ALS, to Sam Putnam, Jan. 13, 1921, 1 p.

TLS, to Sam Putnam, Nov. 2, 1921, 1 p.

ALS, to Sam Putnam, May 28, 1928, 2 pp.

ALS, to Sam Putnam, n.d., 1 p.

Lynes, George Platt

Pamphlet announcing an exhibition of Two Hundred Portraits by Lynes, at the Pierre Matisse Gallery, New York, Nov. 5-15, 1941

McAlmon, Robert

TLS, to [Sam] Putnam, July 18, 1927, 1 p.

Broadside announcing New Books being published by The Three Mountains Press and Contact Publishing Company, two titles by McAlmon

MacLeish, Archibald

TLS, to Phillip de Navarro, Esq., March 21, 1934, explaining why de Navarro has not heard from him

Mencken, H. L.

TLS, to Ward Edwards, Feb. 6, 1937, 1 p., concerning a listing in McLeish's catalogue

Menken, Rue

7 TmsS, untitled poetry

Folder 8: Miller, HenryAdd to your cart.
Approximately 100 letters to Anais Nin, 1932-1939, and n.d.
Folder 9: Miller, HenryAdd to your cart.
Folder 10: Miller, HenryAdd to your cart.
Folder 11: Miller, HenryAdd to your cart.
Folder 12: Miller, HenryAdd to your cart.
Folder 13: Miller, HenryAdd to your cart.
Folder 14: Miller, HenryAdd to your cart.

ALS, from Peter Neagoe to Henry Miller, July 24, 1932, 1 p.

TLS, to Peter Neagoe, July 26, 1932, 3 pp., (carbon)

TL, to Caresse Crosby, July 27, 1932, 1 p., (carbon)

TL, to John Dos Passos, Dec. 17, 1934, 1 p., (carbon)

TL, to Hilaire Hiler, Dec. 17, n.y., 3 pp. (carbon)

TMs, "A day in August", 1 p., (carbon)

AMs, "Conversational Devices", 1 p.

Booklist with several holograph annotations, 3 pp. (carbon)

AN, chronological listing, 1 p.

AN, in French, 2 pp.

Folder 15: Moore, Marianne/O'Neill, EugeneAdd to your cart.

Moore, Marianne

TLS, to Louis Zukofsky, Esq., July 27, 1928, 1 p., concerning the publication of his poems

O'Neill, Eugene

Provincetown Playbill for Adam Solitaire by EmJo Basshe, 1925, with an article "Are the Actors to Blame?" by Eugene O'Neill

Rukeyser, Muriel

AMs, "Democritus Laughed", poem, 1 p.

AMs, "Tree of Days", poem, 2 pp.

AMs, "1/26/39", poem, 1 p.

AMsS, "Correspondences", poem, 4 pp.

[Pages numbered consecutively and bound in a case, "Democritus Laughed" on the spine, published in A Turning Wind, New York: Viking Press, 1939, under the heading "Correspondences"

Folder 16: Seelig, Florence Rayner/Sinclair, UptonAdd to your cart.

Seelig, Florence Rayner

11 letters, to Montgomery Evans, April 19, 1926-Jan. 7, 1938

The Borzoi Broadside, Vol. 4, No. 1, Oct. 1924, with a review of The Eternal Huntress, by Rayner Seelig

Bookplate of Montgomery Evans II

"A. L. Seelig, silkman, shoots himself, dies" (newspaper article)

Sinclair, Upton

ALS, to "Dear Sir", July 12, 1907, 1 p., concerning Arthur Stirling

Folder 17: Stagg, Hunter/Stein, GertrudeAdd to your cart.

Stagg, Hunter [see also Montgomery Evans Papers, Coll. 112]

ALS, to Mr. Fairbank, July 16, 1923, 2 pp.

ALS, to Ronald, March 8, 1924, 6 pp.

TLS, to Ronald, Nov. 30, 1924, 3 pp.

ALS, from Emily [Clark] to [Hunter Stagg], n.d., 1 p. (Xerox)

Stein, Gertrude

TLS, from A. B. Toklas to Phil Kaplan, April 26, 1931, 1 p., sending announcement of the publication of Lucy Church Amiably, by Gertrude Stein, by Plain Edition, announcement enclosed

TLs, from A. B. Toklas to Phil Kaplan, July 19, 1931, 1 p., telling him where he may order two Gertrude Stein books

ALS, from Gertrude Stein to Phil Kaplan, Dec. 22, 1934, 2 pp.

TLS, from Hiram Haydn to Phil Kaplan, April 15, 1948, 1 p., asking for a copy of a Stein letter

TLS, from Hiram Haydn to Phil Kaplan, April 20, 1948, 1 p., thanking him for the copy of the Stein letter

ALS, from John Malcolm Brinner to Christopher Blake, Sept. 29, 1959, 1 p., returning Blake's "5 Rue Christine" (enclosed) and saying he hopes the account he gives of Gertrude's post-war career in Paris is accurate

TMs, "5 Rue Christine" by Christopher Blake, 1946, 11 pp., enclosed with the above letter

ALS, from Gertrude Stein to Mrs. Charles Knoblich, n.d., 1 p., saying she would like to meet and hear about Sherwood [Anderson] when she returns to Paris

ALS, from Gertrude Stein to Mme Katz(?), n.d., 1 p., saying she would like to meet any friend of Sherwood [Anderson's] and would like to learn about him

ACS, from Gertrude Stein to Mrs. Charles Knoblich, n.d., 1 p., (on "Rose is a Rose is a Rose" stationery), saying she cannot meet Friday

Published pictures from the Stein-Thompson Opera, "Four Saints in Three Acts", 1 p.

Newspaper article about "Four Saints in Three Acts", 1 p.

"Four New Operas in One Week", by Samuel Chotzinoff, magazine article reviewing "Four Saints",  with pictures, 2 pp.

"Precious Steins", poem from newspaper, by the Phoenician.

Advertisement of the publication of The Time is Noon by Hiram Haydn

Picture of a portrait (?) of Gertrude Stein

Folder 18: Stein, Leo/Tate, Allen/Thomas, RichardAdd to your cart.

Stein, Leo

ALS, from Leo Stein to Eglington, n.d., 4 p., commenting on Eglinton's review of Stein's book

Newspaper article, by Jerome Mellquist, reviewing Stein's Appreciation: Painting, Poetry and Prose

Tate, Allen

TLS, to Thomas Seltzer, Aug. 4, 1926, 1 p., submitting a volume of poems for possible publication

Thomas, Richard

TMs, "Alastair", 14 pp., (carbon)

Folder 19: Turbyfill, Mark/Vail, Laurence/Williams, William Carlos/Wilson, EdmondAdd to your cart.

Turbyfill, Mark [see also Selected Letters of Mark Turbyfill, Coll. 79]

ALS, to the Registrar of Copyrights, June 27, 1923, 1 p., asking for the forms needed to copyright a book of poems

ALS, to Sam [Putnam], n.d., 3 pp., asking him to return the poem "Spectres of Spring"

Vail, Laurence

"Always Gentleman", proof sheets for The Readies, 5 pieces

Williams, William Carlos

TMsS, "El Hombre", poem, with corrections, 1 p.

TMsS, "Poem", poem, 1 p.

TMsS, "The Term", poem, 1 p.

Wilson, Edmond

ALS, to Robinson, Oct. 6, 1913, 1 p.

ANS, n.d., "I'm going to buy a monstrous (?) cheese.  Come around"

AN, n.d., "Oh, delectable Hydrox wafers!  How fortuitous (?) that I should come"

"Portrait of a Gentleman", drawing in pencil on lined paper, signed, May, 1914

Wilson, Edmond, cont'd.

Annotated map to "The Home Perfect in Greater New York" (pencil) Note on back says "This house has a Jam Cupboard in it!"

Folder 20: Cut from Throw Me AnotherAdd to your cart.

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