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VI. Supplemental Groups of Papers
Bertie Barr Additions
Articles
"The Crack Up"
7a 1 Typescript with author's corrections, 6 pp.
2 Typescript with author's corrections, 7 pp.
3 Tear sheets, Esquire, March 1936
"Pasting It Together" (Glue Together)
4 Typescript, 7 pp.
5 Typescript, with author's note, March 1936, 5 pp.
6 Carbon copy of typescript, March 1936, 5 pp.
7 Tear sheets, Esquire, March 1936
"Show Mr. and Mrs. F. to Number--"
8 Typescript with author's corrections, (1928-1933), fragment, 9 pp.
9 Galley proof
10 Tear sheets (1920-1927), Esquire, May 1934
Short Stories
"Afternoon of an Author"
7a 11 Typescript with corrections, 7 pp.
12 Tear sheets and galley proofs, Esquire, August 1936
"An Alcoholic Case"
13 Typescript, 12 pp.
14 Tear sheets, Esquire, February 1937
"The Ants at Princeton"
15 Typescript with corrections, 6 pp.
16 Carbon copy of typescript with author's corrections, 6 pp.
17 Tear sheets, Esquire, June 1936
"Auction--Model 1934"
18 Typescript with author's corrections, 8 pp.
19 Tear sheets, Esquire, July 1934
"Author's House"
20 Typescript, 9 pp.
21 Two typescripts, 6 pp. each
22 Two carbon copies of typescript, 6 pp.
23 Fragment of typescript, 3 pp.
24 Tear sheets, Esquire, May 7, 1936 and May 13, 1936 with galley proof
"An Author's Mother"
25 Typescript, 5 pp.
26 Tear sheet, Esquire, September 1936, 1 p.
"Between Planes"
See: "Three Hours Between Planes"
"Boil Some Water--Lots of It"
27 Typescript with author's corrections
28 Tear sheets and galley proofs, Esquire, May 1940
"Design in Plaster"
29 Typescript, 9 pp.
"The Fiend"
7b 30 Tear sheets, Esquire, January 1935, 2 1/2 pp.
"Financing Finnegan"
31 Tear sheets, Esquire, January 1938, 3 1/2 pp.
"Fun In An Artist's Studio"
32 Typescript, 9 pp.
33 Tear sheets and galley proof, Esquire, February 1941
"The Goon"
34 Typescript, 11 pp.
35 Tear sheet and galley proof, Esquire, June 1937
"Handle With Care"
36 Typescript, 6 pp.
37 Tear sheets, Esquire, April, 1936
"The Homes of the Stars"
38 Typescript with corrections
39 Tear sheet and galley proof, Esquire, August 1940
"I Never Got Over"
40 Version I: Typescript, 9 pp.
41 Tear sheets and galley proofs, Esquire, October 1936
42 Version II: Typescript signed, with author's corrections, 10 pp.
"In the Holidays"
43 Tear sheets, Esquire, December 1937
"The Long Way Out" (Oubliette)
See: "Oubliette"
"The Lost Decade"
44 Typescript, 5 pp.
45 Tear sheet and galley proof, Esquire, December 1937
"A Man in the Way" (Pat Hobby Story)
46 Carbon copy of typescript
47 Carbon copy of typescript (revised version)
48 Tear sheet and galley proof, Esquire, January 1940
"Mightier Than the Sword"
49 Typescript with corrections, 8 pp.
50 Tear sheets, Esquire, April 1941
51 Galley proofs, Esquire, April 1941
"The Night Before Chancellorsville"
52 Typescript with corrections, 6 pp.
53 Typescript with corrections (revised version), 5 pp.
54 Carbon copy of typescript with corrections (revise version), 5 pp.
"No Harm Trying"
55 Typescript, 12 pp.
56 Galley proof, Esquire, November 1940
57 Tear sheets, fragment, Esquire, November 1940
"On the Trail of Pat Hobby" (Pat Hobby)
8 1 Typescript, 6 pp.
2 Tear sheets, Esquire, January 1941
3 Galley proofs, Esquire, January 1941
"Oubliette" (The Long Way Out)
4 Typescript, 7 pp.
5 Tear sheets and galley proofs, Esquire, September 1937
"Pat Hobby and Orson Welles" (Pat Hobby Story)
6 Typescript, 11 pp.
7 Galley proof, Esquire, May 1940
"Pat Hobby Does His Bit" (Pat Hobby Story)
8 Galley proof, Esquire, September 1940
"Pat Hobby's Christmas Wish"
9 Typescript, 12 pp.
10 Tear sheets, Esquire, January 1940
11 Galley proof, Esquire, January 1940
"Pat Hobby's College Days"
12 Typescript, (revised version), 9 pp.
13 Tear sheets, Esquire, May 1941
14 Galley proofs, Esquire, May 1941
"Pat Hobby's Preview"
15 Typescript, 10 pp.
16 Galley proofs, Esquire, October 1940
"Pat Hobby, Putative Father"
17 Typescript, (revised version), 10 pp.
18 Galley proofs, Esquire, July 1940
"Pat Hobby's Secret"
19 Typescript, 9 pp.
20 Galley proof, Esquire, June 1940
"A Patriotic Short" (Pat Hobby Story)
21 Typescript, 6 pp.
22 Tear sheets, Esquire, December 1940
23 Galley proofs, Esquire, December 1940
"Room Nineteen"
24 Typescript, with author's corrections, 8 pp.
25 Galley proofs, Esquire, October 1937
"Send Me in Coach"
26 Typescript, 15 pp. 
27 Galley proofs, Esquire, November 1936
"Shaggy's Morning"
28 Typescript with note, Esquire, November 1935
"Teamed With Genius" (Pat Hobby Story)
29 Typescript with corrections, 11 pp.
30 Galley proofs, Esquire, April 1940
"Three Hours Between Planes"
31 Typescript, 9 pp.
32 Typescript, (revised version), 9 pp.
33 Tear sheets, Esquire, July 1941
Poetry
8 34 "Beg You to Listen"
TMS
Correspondence
8 35 F. Scott Fitzgerald to Mrs. Louis Goldstein
ALS, 1 p., March 1931
ALS, [Krazy Kat], 2 pp., [n.d.], "Darling Mickey Mouse: Arrived here..."
ALS, 3 pp., [n.d.], "Mickey Mouse: This is Virginia..."
ALS, 3 pp., [n.d.], "Near Nightfall..."
ALS, [Jay], 3 pp., 1901, "Spend-a-dollar-day"
TLS, 2 pp., 24 April 1935
ALS, [Dudley Field Malone], 2 pp., [n.d.], "Are you just going to sleep..."
ALS, 2 pp., 3 February 1881 [sic]
ALS, 3 pp., 7 February
Esquire Additions
Articles
9 1 "Salute and Farewell"
Tear sheet
Short Stories
9 2 "Boil Some Water--Lots of It" (Pat Hobby Story)
Xerox copy of typescript, 1st and 2nd drafts
3 "On the Trail of Pat Hobby" (Pat Hobby Story)
Xerox copy of typescript, 6 pp.
4 "Pat Hobby's College Days" (Pat Hobby Story)
Xerox copy of typescript, 9 pp.
5 "Pat Hobby's Young Visitor" (Pat Hobby Story)
Xerox copy of typescript, 10 pp.
6 "A Patriotic Short"
Xerox copy of typescript, 6 pp.
7 "Salute to Lucy and Elise"
Carbon copy of typescript, 8 pp.
8 "Sleeping and Waking"
Typescript, 6 pp.
9 "Teamed With Genius" (Pat Hobby Story)
[Xerox] copy of typescript, 11 pp.
10 "Two Old Timers" (Pat Hobby Story)
Typescript, 6 pp.
Galley proof, Esquire, March 1941
Tear sheets, Esquire, March 1941
11 "The Woman from Twenty One"
Typescript, 5 pp.
Tear sheets, Esquire, June 1941
Correspondence, 1938-1939
9 12-16 Xerox copies of correspondence between Esquire and F. Scott Fitzgerald
Sheilah Graham Additions
Miscellaneous
10 5 Book: Newton and Treat, Outline for Review [of] Greek History, with inscription by F. Scott Fitzgerald
1 Codicil to will of Sheilah Graham, October 27, 1939
2 The Daily Princetonian, 4 May 1960
3 Diagram of a Football Play
4 "On the Subject of Reading." Notes by F. Scott Fitzgerald to Sheilah Graham. AMs, 4 pp.
6 Pictures
7 "Plutarch's Lives." 
Picture with notation "Scott and Sheilah thru the ages..."
21 Phonograph record and cassettes(1) of F. Scott Fitzgerald Reading
22 Cassettes: "The F. Scott Fitzgerald Story"
Recording of the presentation by the National Broadcasting Co. (NBC), as part of their series, "Biography in Sound" (1955)
10 8 Sketch of F. Scott Fitzgerald by Sheilah Graham
9 This Side of Paradise
Photograph of annotated title page
10 Princeton Alumni Weekly, December 1940
Poetry
10 14 "For Sheilah, a Beloved Infidel"
AMs, 2 pp.
15 "Sing a Song for Sheilah's Supper"
Typed poem by [Scott Fitzgerald], 1 p.
16 "Some Interrupted Lines to Sheilah"
AMs, 1 p.
Articles
10 13 [Tennis]
"I never thought the day would come..." (first line of article on tennis), 2 pp.
Short Stories
10 11 "Beloved Infidel," by Sheilah Graham
Typescript with corrections by F. Scott Fitzgerald, 25 pp.
12 "Not in the Script," by Sheilah Graham
Typescript with corrections by F. Scott Fitzgerald, 5 pp.
Correspondence
10 20 Letters, notes, and telegrams written to Sheilah Graham by Scott Fitzgerald
3 Post cards, 18 October 1938
ANS, "I must call..."
ANS, "Darling, I am sorry..."
ANS, "I Love Sheilah..."
ANS, "Second Note..."
7 ANsS
ANS, "Missing you..."
ALS, "When I finally..."
13 telegrams
TLS, 2 December 1939
ANS, "Helène/ Je t'aime/ Pierre"
18 Letter to Scott Fitzgerald's daughter, dictated to Sheilah Graham, written just before he died [20 December 1940]
18 Draft of letter, written by Scott Fitzgerald, for Sheilah Graham
22 Copy of telegram to John N. Wheeler, 10 December 1939
Letters of Sheilah Graham to:
27 Wheeler, John N., 6 July 1940
24 Gingrich, Arnold of Esquire, 24 December 1940 and her reply 27 December 1940
23 Carbon copy of letter to Scottie Fitzgerald, 14 January 1941 and 27 May 1941
Letters to Sheilah Graham:
25 Hutton, Clayton, 26 October 1937
26 Kroll, Frances, 10 December 1939
17 Letters of Scott Fitzgerald:
Carbon copy of TL to State of California, 15 December 1940
Carbon copy of TL to United States Treasury Department, 15 December 1940
21 ALS to Clayton, Hutton, 1 p., [1937], "Unable to match the apt..."
19 Post card, Zelda Sayre Fitzgerald to F. Scott Fitzgerald, 15 July 1939
Laura Guthrie Hearne Additions
Miscellaneous
11 16 Picture of F. Scott Fitzgerald
17 Clippings
Writings
11 1 Diary
Typescript with notes and clippings, 152 pp.
2 "The Heavy Trunk"
Typescript, short story, 5 pp. with Fitzgerald's corrections
Poetry
11 5 "Answer to a Poem"
AMs, 1 p.
6 "Because"
AMs, 1 p.
7 "Sad Catastrophe"
Typescript, 1 p.
Notes
11 3 by F. Scott Fitzgerald
4 by Laura Guthrie Hearne
Correspondence
11 8 Letters of Laura Guthrie Heane to Beatrice Dance:
17 August 1935
20 September 1935
8 October 1935
Fragment [n.d.], "...could not have carried all that..."
9 Letters of Beatrice Dance to Laura Guthrie Hearne:
17 August 1935
17 August 1935 (telegram)
18 August 1935
5 September 1935
6 September 1935 (telegram)
19 September 1935
20 September 1935
25 October 1935
7 November 1935
22 November 1935
8 June 1963
5 July 1964
17 July 1964
2 letters, [n.d.]
2 notes, [n.d.]
11 Letters of F. Scott Fitzgerald to Laura Guthrie Hearne:
ALS, 1 p., with newspaper clipping [July 24]
ALS, 1 p., [22 July 1935]
ALS, 3 pp., [29 July 1935]
ALS, 2 pp., "Will you put yourself..."
ALS, 2 pp., "Leaving for 8 days..."
ANS, "Can you come out..."
ANS, "Here is money..."
ALS, 6 pp., [23 September 1935]
ALS, 3 pp., [20 October 1935]
ALS, 2 pp., [25 October 1935]
ALS, 1 p., [1 December 1935]
ALS, 1 p., [8 January 1936]
ALS, 1 p., [14 April 1936]
ALS, 2 pp., 21 May 1936
TLS, 1 p., 28 July 1936
12 F. Scott Fitzgerald to William Lengel:
TLS, 1 p., with draft, 16 July 1935
13 Laura Guthrie Hearne to F. Scott Fitzgerald:
TLS, 1 p., 2 June 1936
14 Ann Honeycutt to F. Scott Fitzgerald:
TLS, Wednesday [n.d.], with AN in margin, F. Scott Fitzgerald to Laura Guthrie Hearne
15 Harold Ober to F. Scott Fitzgerald:
Telegram, 25 September 1935
10 Du Pré Dance to Laura Guthrie Hearne:
2 pp., [n.d.]
Marie Shank Additions
Miscellaneous
12 1 "F. Scott Fitzgerald's Tormented Paradise" by Arthur Mizener (tear sheets)
2a Notes
2b Notes, cont.
3 Tear sheets, clippings, etc.
4 Grove Park Inn
Check to Triangle Club, 11 December 1936
Drama Scripts
12 5 It Was Just Too Bad
Notes for scenes, AMs, 1 p.
6 Love of a Lifetime
Notes, AMs, 1 p.
Novels
12 7 Tender Is the Night
AMs, fragment, 1 p., "Renumbering of chapters"
Articles
12 8 "My Lost City"
Tear sheets, 3 pp.
9 "Two and Three"
AMs, 2 pp.
Short Stories
12 10 "Author's House"
Tear sheets, Esquire, 2 pp., July 1935
11 "The Calling Card" (Sketch)
AMs, 1 p.
"A Full Life"
Draft of AMs and typescript with corrections, 20 pp.
"Happy Birthday to You"
Typescript with corrections, 1 p.
12 "At Pauline's"
AMs, fragment
"Room Nineteen"
AMs, 13 pp.
Poetry
12 14 "The Earth Calls"
AMs, 1 p.
15 "Tribute"
AMs, 1 p.
Correspondence
Fitzgerald, F. Scott
12 16 Letters to "Scottie" Fitzgerald
TL, carbon, 2 pp., 20 October 1936
TL, carbon, 3 pp., 10 November 1936
TL, carbon, 3 pp., 19 November 1936
17 Letter from Harold Ober (with note of FSF), 1 p., 6 July 1936
18 Letters, telegrams, and bill to Marie Shank
ALS, 1 p., [n.d.], "Martha Marie..."
ALS, 1 p., [10 June 1937], "Martha Marie..."
(2) Telegrams, 26 March [n.y.]
(1) Telegram, 17 January 1937
(1) bill from Marie Shank with note from Scot Fitzgerald, 17 March 1937, for typing and postage
Shank, Marie
19 Correspondence with Arthur Mizener:
TL, copy, to Arthur Mizener, 1 p., 17 September 1949
TLS, to Marie Shank, 1 p., 7 October 1949
TL, copy, to Arthur Mizener, 5 pp., 26 October 1949, with typewritten enclosure
TLS, to Marie Shank, 1 p., 11 November 1949
TL, copy, to Arthur Mizener, 5 pp., 20 November 1949
TLS, to Marie Shank, 2 pp., 27 November 1949
TL, copy, to Arthur Mizener, 1 p., 7 December 1949
21 Correspondence with Budd Schulberg:
Photostatic copy of letter, to Budd Schulberg, 4 pp., 23 January 1951
Photostatic copy of letter, to Marie Shank, 1 p., 7 February 1951
Photostatic copy of letter, to Budd Schulberg, 3 pp., 22 February 1951
Photostatic copy of letter, to Marie Shank, 1 p., 17 March 1951
Photostatic copy of letter, to Budd Schulberg, 1 p., 24 March 1951
Photostatic copy of letter to Marie Shank, 1 p., 29 April 1951
20 Correspondence with Andrew W. Turnbull:
TLS, to Marie Shank, 1 p., 25 February 1958
TL, copy, to Andrew Turnbull, 2 pp., 4 March 1958
TLS, to Marie Shank, 2 pp., 8 March 1958
TL, copy, to Andrew Turnbull, 1 p., 13 March 1958
TLS, to Marie Shank, 3 pp., 22 March 1958
TL, copy, to Andrew Turnbull, 4 pp., 7 April 1958
VII. F. Scott Fitzgerald as Subject
Correspondence
13 1 Bryer, Jackson R.
Copy of TL, 1 p., 12 May 1962, to Alexander Clark. Also two copies, "F. Scott Fitzgerald and His Critics: A Bibliographical Record" by Jackson Bryer and "F. Scott Fitzgerald: A Review of Research and Scholarship" by Jackson Bryer.
2 Graham, Sheilah
ALS, 3 pp., Monday [n.y.], to Edmund Wilson
Telegram, [n.d.], to Edmund Wilson
3 Hamon, Jake L.
ALS, 2 pp., [n.d.] to "Edward"
4 Hays, Will H.
TLS, 2 pp., 30 October 1926 to Jesse L. Lasky
TLS, 1 p., 15 November 1926 to Jesse L. Lasky
5 Howell, Joseph A.
TL, carbon copy, 3 pp., 12 January 1949 to Arthur Mizener
6 Johnson, Julian
TLS, 2 pp., 2 November 1926 to Jesse L. Lasky
7 Mizener, Arthur
TLS, 1 p., 27 September 1957 to Mr. Smith
TLS, 1 p., 27 September 1957 to Malcom Young
8 Nute, Grace L.
ALS, 2 pp., 8 May 1968 to Fulmer Mood
Also, ALS, 1 p., 1970, to Princeton University Library concerning the above letter
9 Ramsay, M. R.
ALS, 4 pp., 11 February 1964, to James N. Hill
10 Raymond, Landon T.
TLS, 1 p., 25 October 1978, to Henry Dan Piper
Also, bibliography, 5 pp.
11 Rennie, Thomas A. C.
TLS, 1 p., 3 November 1949, to Beatrice Dance
Articles
13 12 Unknown. "I Knew F. Scott Fitzgerald," typescript, 4 pp.
13 Unknown. "Representative Americans: F. Scott Fitzgerald," TMs (carbon) of article
14 Baker, Russell. New York Times, 30 Dec. 1971.
15 Bruccoli, Matthew J. A study of the manuscripts on microfilm of Tender Is the Night, TMs (carbon)
16 Bruccoli, Matthew J. A collection of offprints of articles
17 Bruccoli, Matthew J. 'A Might Collation' Animadversions on the Text of F. Scott Fitzgerald
18 Campbell, Charles Lawton, Class of 1916. "The Fitzgeralds Were My Friends," TMs, 28 pp.
19 Clark, Alexander P. "The Gatsby Evening," TMs, 3 pp.; photocopy of final TMs, 2 pp.
20 Descamps, Christian. "The Art in Fitzgerald's Stories," TMs (carbon) of dissertation, 139 pp.
21 Esquire, "Salute and Farewell to F. Scott Fitzgerald," editorial
22 Fitzgerald, F. Scott. "Dearly Beloved," with prospectus of Bruccoli's "Fitzgerald/Hemingway Annual 1969" on microcard. NCR World, Nov./Dec. 1969
23 Tomkins, Calvin. Article on Gerald and Sara Murphy and F. Scott Fitzgerald
24 Fitzgerald, F. Scott. "Homage to F. Scott Fitzgerald," a reproduction of a painting
25 Fitzgerald, F. Scott. "An Interview With F. Scott Fitzgerald" by FSF, Saturday Review, Nov. 1960
26 Fitzgerald, F. Scott. "The Mystery of the Raymond Mortgage," Ellery Queen's Mystery Magazine
27 Gorman, Herbert Sherman. "Glimpses of F. Scott Fitzgerald," photocopy of TMs, 7 pp.
28 Greenleaf, Richard. "The Social Thinking of F. Scott Fitzgerald."
29 Graham, Sheilah. "Last Days and Love of F. Scott Fitzgerald," Cosmopolitan, Feb. 1959.
30 Harkness, Bruce. "Bibliography and the Novelistic Fallacy."
31 Hudson, Wilson M. "F. Scott Fitzgerald and a Princeton Preceptor," 3 TMss; and related correspondence
32 Kuehl, John. "Scott Fitzgerald: Romantic and Realist."
Printed Matter
14 1 Leonard, Burleigh C. W., Class of 1973. "Scott Fitzgerald's Faraway Country...," photocopy of TMs of senior thesis, 3/16/73
2 Leslie, Shane. "Some Memories of Scott Fitzgerald," newspaper article, Oct. 1958
3 Mackie, Elizabeth Beckwith. "Dear Scott," a reminiscence of her friendship
4 Mizener, Arthur. "Fitzgerald in the Twenties," Partisan Review, Jan. 1950
5 "Scott Fitzgerald: Moralist of the Jazz Age," Harper's Bazaar, Sept. 1949
6 New Yorker. Profile of Gerald and Sara Murphy
7 Perosa, Sergio. Review of Afternoon of an Author.
8 Piper, Henry Dan. "Fitzgerald's Cult of Disillusion," 12 pp.
9 Prigozy, Ruth M. Abstract of a thesis, TMs, 3 pp.
10 Princeton Alumni Weekly. February 9, 1951, March 9, 1956, April 13, 1956, and May 11, 1956
11 Princeton Alumni Weekly. March 9, 1956
12 Promotional material
13 Publicity - Reviews
14 Publicity - Printed matter
15 Radio-TV Scripts. "This Was F. Scott Fitzgerald," a biography in sound, 1955
16 Reid, Margaret. "Has the Flapper Changed?", Motion Picture, July 1927 
17 San Diego Union, November 10, 1963. Reviews of books about F. Scott Fitzgerald
18 Santilli, Nino. L'amore Come Salvezzo: The Last Tycoon di F.S.F.
15 1 Saturday Review. January 27, 1951 (3), February 24, 1951 and March 24, 1951
2 Schulberg and Breit. The Disenchanted (program)
3 Schulberg, Bud. "The Disenchanted," reviewed in Philadelphia Sunday Bulletin, 11 Nov. 1951
4 Tamke, Alexander R. "The 'Gat' in Gatsby: Neglected Aspect of a Novel"
5 Taylor, Dwight. "Scott Fitzgerald in Hollywood," Harper's Magazine, March 1959
6 Tender Is the Night. Cowley ed., review by Arthur Mizener
7 Times Literary Supplement
8 Turnbull, Andrew, 1921- Class of 1942. "Scott Fitzgerald at La Paix," 17 pp.
9 "Recollections of Scott Fitzgerald," TMs (carbon), 3 pp., December 1940
10 West, James L. W. III. Notes on the Text of F. Scott Fitzgerald's "Early Success"
11 Yates, Donald A. "Fitzgerald and Football"
12 Miscellaneous
VIII. Miscellaneous Material
Periodicals Relating to F. Scott Fitzgerald and Family
16 1 "The Mystery...Mortgage" - Ellery Queen's, March 1960
2 "News of Paris - 15 Years Ago" - Furioso, Vol. 3, No. 2 1947
3 "The Fabulous Scott Fitzgerald" - Life, 15 January 1951 (2 copies)
4 "Tender Is the Night" - Scribner's, Jan.-Feb. 1934
5 "An Open Letter to Fritz Crisler" - Princeton Athletic News, 16 June 1934
6 "Hot and Cold Blood" - Today's Woman, Sept. 1946
7 "Tender Is the Night" - Scribner's, March-April 1934
8 "Scott and Zelda Were His Friends" - The Villager, April 1971
9 "The Camel's Back" - The Saturday Evening Post, 24 April 1920
10 "The Scandal Detectives" - The Saturday Evening Post, 28 April 1928
17 1 "Scott Fitzgerald - Moralist of the Jazz Age" - Harper's Bazaar, Sept 1949
2 "Gods of Darkness" - Redbook, November 1947
3 "In the Darkest Hour" - Redbook, October 1934
4 "The Count of Darkness" - Redbook, June 1935
5 "Lo, the Poor Peacock" - Esquire, September 1971
6 "Marnie Moore - the Glow of Today's F. Scott Fitzgerald Heroines" - Town & Country, February 1973
7 "Fitzgerald's Back in Town" - The Grand Gazette, August 1973
8 The Johns Hopkins Magazine, February 1970
9 "Class of '17" - Time, December 18, 1950
10 "The Spell of Scott Fitzgerald Grows Stronger" - Life, Feb. 16, 1959
Brochures Regarding F. Scott Fitzgerald
17 11 Miscellaneous Printed Ephemera
12 Fitzgerald/Hemingway Annual
13 F. Scott Fitzgerald's Projected Collected Works
14 F. Scott Fitzgerald's Marked Copy of This Side of Paradise
15 F. Scott Fitzgerald and Ernest Hemingway in Paris
16 The Great Gatsby
17 Ledger
18 "Oh Sister, Can You Spare a Heart," Fitzgerald lyric
19 "Proposed Exhibit of Fitzgeraldiana for Charles Scribner's Sons"
Keepsakes
17 20 Bruccoli, Matthew J.
F. Scott Fitzgerald: A Descriptive Bibliography
21 Bruccoli, Matthew J.
2 Photocopies of Menu - Hotel Chatham, N. Y., 11 December 1923
22 Gravestone of F. Scott Fitzgerald from the Johns Hopkins Magazine, 21 (4) October 1970
23 The Scriptorium
AMsS of F. Scott Fitzgerald to H?Narry W. Winston, 31 May 1922
24 West, James L. W. III
This Side of Paradise, The Grammarian, and the "Author's Final Intentions"
Clippings:
18 1 1937-1938
2 1948
3 1950
4 1951
5 1952
6 1954
7 1955
8 1956
9 1957
10 1958
11 1959
12 1960
13 1961
14 1962
15 1963
16 1964
17 1965
18 Clippings
19 Clippings
19 Folders from Fitzgerald Collection - some in Fitzgerald's hand
Gatsby Movie Publicity (1974)
20 1 Various Places
2 Rhode Island
3 New York
4 Princeton and other N.J. towns
5 Miscellaneous
21 Phonograph Record and Cassettes of F. Scott Fitzgerald Reading
  CD: Fitzgerald reciting extracts from John Masefield’s “On Growing Old,” William Shakespeare’s Othello, and John Keats’s “Ode to a Nightingale.” Originally recorded on an aluminum disk in Los Angeles, California, in 1939. Gift of Sheilah Graham.
22 Cassettes: "The F. Scott Fitzgerald Story"
Recording of the presentation by the National Broadcasting Co. (NBC), as part of their series, "Biography in Sound" (1955)
IX. Miscellaneous Additions
23 (oversize box) drawing - large sketch by Zelda Fitzgerald, with 1 ALS to Dr. Rennie, framed, n.d.
drawing - 1 pastel sketch by Zelda Fitzgerald (unsigned), framed, n.d., (ca. 1932-36)
24 1 poem - AMs (in the form of a letter), FSF to Mildred McNally, "Dear Mid, or Midsummer or Midnight...," ca. 1918 [with photocopies]
2 McNally ms., related material - correspondence; photograph of McNally
3 Princeton University grade transcripts (copies), 1918 (originals in Registrar's Office)
4 short story by FSF, "That Kind of Party," TMs, 19 pp.
5 novel by FSF, Tender is the Night: spiral-bound volume of page proofs, 433 pp., edition with text established by Matthew J. Bruccoli (London: Samuel Johnson, 1995) which reproduces the editor's marked copy of the first printing
6 letter - FSF to Isaac Benesch (set designer for the Vagabond Theater, Baltimore, MD, for Zelda Fitzgerald's play "Scandalabra," 1933
7 short story by FSF, "Two for a Cent," photocopies of 2 variant editions of the story, and 1 TMsS, 1 p., by James L. W. West III
8 letter - 1 ALS by FSF to Dr. Rennie, 10 pp.
9 letter - 1 ALS by Zelda Fitzgerald to Dr. Rennie, 1932, 2 pp.
10 copy of the Rotogravure section of the New York Times for Sunday, January 2, 1916, which includes a photograph of F. Scott Fitzgerald as he appeared as a woman in the Triangle Club’s musical “The Evil Eye”
25 (oversize folder) photograph - Camp Zachary Taylor, Louisville, KY, 45th Infantry, 8" x 40"
26 (oversize folder) photograph - Camp Sheridan, Alabama, Headquarters Co., 45th Infantry, Dec. 1918, 15" x 36"
oversize volumes scrapbooks containing newspaper clippings concerning the life and career of F. Scott Fitzgerald, compiler unknown

1. Cassette contains: 1) John Masefield, "On Growing Old" (stanza I only); 2) John Keats, "Ode to a Nightingale" (stanzas 1-3 only); 3) Othello, I.iii. 76-94, 128-69. All with small variants, and a few lines left out of the Shakespeare, as if FSF is/was? reciting from memory.

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