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  • Miscellaneous Circus Collection

    Consists of subject files on all aspects of the circus: acts, organizations, andspecific performers and circuses. Included are photographs, programs and otherephemera, and clippings. There are files on acrobats, clowns, elephants, andminiature circus, as well as on the Circus Fans Association, the Circus HistoricalSociety, Ringling Brothers, and Tom Thumb. Also includes various issues from circusrelated magazines including: Circus Ring Magazine, Circus Review, Tent Topics"Newsletter, etc.

  • Miscellaneous Circus Collection

    Consists of subject files on all aspects of the circus: acts, organizations, andspecific performers and circuses. Included are photographs, programs and otherephemera, and clippings. There are files on acrobats, clowns, elephants, andminiature circus, as well as on the Circus Fans Association, the Circus HistoricalSociety, Ringling Brothers, and Tom Thumb. Also includes various issues from circusrelated magazines including: Circus Ring Magazine, Circus Review, Tent Topics"Newsletter, etc.

  • Miscellaneous Hellenic Studies Collection

    The collection consists of miscellaneous material related to Hellenic Studies.There are folders for Jean François Boissonade, Agalia Ionides Coronio, W. N.Glascock, Dora d'Istria, T. Karatheodorēs, Nikos Kazantzakis, Marie-LouisMarcellus, Emmanuel Miller, Constantine Mususrus, Edouard-Jean-Pierre Perrin,Athanasios Petridēs, Abraham Salamé, En Athēnais Epistēmonikē Hetaireia,Viscount Stratford de Redclifffe, E. M. de Vogüé, Sir George Wheler, and FrankA. H. Young. Correspondents include John Boosey, Prince Roland Bonaparte, EdwardBurne-Jones, Frederick William Burton, Baron Thomas Denham, Frederika Queen ofthe Hellenes, Charles Samuel Keene, Vice Admiral Edward Campbell Rich Owen,Edward Poynter, Jacob Spon, and Walter Leaf. Included is a letter (1865) byEmile Crespin regarding the ravages caused by the Cholera epidemic inConstantinople and Thérapia, in Turkey. Also included are letters (1867) by anunidentified French diplomat, posted in Athens, describing trips he has takenaround the Mediterranean, to such places as Jerusalem, Cairo, andConstantinople. Zosimas II (1686-1746) is represented by a series of threeletters in Latin and Italian (the first signed in Greek) and a Tractatus comprised of sixteen articles in Latin(1736-1737); they were written in the town of Siátista, Macedonia, under Ottomanrule and sent to the Georg Tönnemann, S.J., in Vienna.Later additions include a French autograph manuscript (1946) by Louis Robertdescribing an archeological trip to Turkey and a cotton handkerchiefmemorializing the Cyprus Convention of 4 June 1878; an autograph album (ca.1896-1916) of nurse Muriel Bois who worked at the Norland Institute (1906) andthe Jenny Lind Infirmary (1907) in England, and who was in Greece (ca.1914-1916), including watercolor and pencil drawings (a number by children) andcontributions by Greek princesses (Olga, Elizabeth, Marina, Margarita, andTheodora); 22 letters (1929-1937) by Prince Nicholas to V. C. Scott O'Connor;and a long letter (1700, copy) by Sieur de Berquin to French administratorMichel Bégon about a diplomatic incident involving French ambassador Charles deFerriol at the court of Mustafa II in Constantinople. nine letters to Soutsos,Michael Vodas (1784-1864) including three letters from his father, Grēgorios,one from his brother, Nikolaos, both written in Greek and one letter from hisson, Iōannēs, written in French, all of the letters dated between 1828-1839; oneanonymous letter dated in August 2, 1725 regarding a miraculous relic in Cyprus;28 letters (1829-1830) addressed to Bory de Saint-Vincent, leader of the Frenchexpedition to Morea during the Greek War of Independence, from officers andother members of the expedition force,relating to the state of affairs in Morea,after a period of anarchy, and other matters of political and scientificinterest; French list of imported and exported products of the island of Crete,their approximate values and the rights to which they are subjected (1834); 11handwritten manuscripts of esnaphia ragiadōn from Constantinople dated in 1834and signed by G.Mantzouranēs; 3 French manuscripts, ca. 1835:--one relating tothe island of Samos, another on the financial state of Greece accompanied by aprinted brochure (1836) prepared by George Finlay containing an essay on theprinciples of bank applied on the state of Greece, the third on the Greekpolitical leaders. The latest addition is a correspondence book containingcopies of 35 letters (1738-1739) by the French trader Charles Guieu, based inSmyrna, to his brothers established in Chania (2nd largest city in Crete),regarding coffee, cotton, indigo and other products sold through Smyrna andConstantinople.The oversize box includes nine pencil drawings by Jules Coignet, made during atrip to Greece and Turkey in 1844, including scenes of Smyrna (Turkey), Rhodes(Greece), Beirut (Lebanon).The collection consists of miscellaneous material related to Hellenic Studies.There are folders for Jean François Boissonade, Agalia Ionides Coronio, W. N.Glascock, Dora d'Istria, T. Karatheodorēs, Nikos Kazantzakis, Marie-LouisMarcellus, Emmanuel Miller, Constantine Mususrus, G. G. Pappadopoulos,Edouard-Jean-Pierre Perrin, Athanasios Petridēs, Abraham Salamé, En AthēnaisEpistēmonikē Hetaireia, Viscount Stratford de Redclifffe, E. M. de Vogüé, SirGeorge Wheler, and Frank A. H. Young. Correspondents include John Boosey, PrinceRoland Bonaparte, Edward Burne-Jones, Frederick William Burton, Baron ThomasDenham, Frederika Queen of the Hellenes, Charles Samuel Keene, Vice AdmiralEdward Campbell Rich Owen, Edward Poynter, Jacob Spon, Compton Mackenzie, andWalter Leaf. Included is a letter (1865) by Emile Crespin regarding the ravagescaused by the Cholera epidemic in Constantinople and Thérapia, in Turkey. Alsoincluded are letters (1867) by an unidentified French diplomat, posted inAthens, describing trips he has taken around the Mediterranean, to such placesas Jerusalem, Cairo, and Constantinople. Zosimas II (1686-1746) is representedby a series of three letters in Latin and Italian (the first signed in Greek)and a Tractatus comprised of sixteen articles inLatin (1736-1737); they were written in the town of Siátista, Macedonia, underOttoman rule and sent to the Georg Tönnemann, S.J., in Vienna.Later additions include a French autograph manuscript (1946) by Louis Robertdescribing an archeological trip to Turkey and a cotton handkerchiefmemorializing the Cyprus Convention of 4 June 1878; an autograph album (ca.1896-1916) of nurse Muriel Bois who worked at the Norland Institute (1906) andthe Jenny Lind Infirmary (1907) in England, and who was in Greece (ca.1914-1916), including watercolor and pencil drawings (a number by children) andcontributions by Greek princesses (Olga, Elizabeth, Marina, Margarita, andTheodora); 22 letters (1929-1937) by Prince Nicholas to V. C. Scott O’Connor;and a long letter (1700, copy) by Sieur de Berquin to French administratorMichel Bégon about a diplomatic incident involving French ambassador Charles deFerriol at the court of Mustafa II in Constantinople. Nine letters to Soutsos,Michael Vodas (1784-1864) including three letters from his father, Grēgorios,one from his brother, Nikolaos, both written in Greek and one letter from hisson, Iōannēs, written in French, all of the letters dated between 1828-1839; oneanonymous letter dated August 2, 1725 regarding a miraculous relic in Cyprus; 28letters (1829-1830) addressed to Bory de Saint-Vincent, leader of the Frenchexpedition to Morea during the Greek War of Independence, from officers andother members of the expedition force, relating to the state of affairs inMorea, after a period of anarchy, and other matters of political and scientificinterest; French list of imported and exported products of the island of Crete,their approximate values, and the rights to which they are subjected (1834); 11handwritten manuscripts of esnaphia ragiadōn from Constantinople dated 1834 andsigned by G. Mantzouranēs; 3 French manuscripts, ca. 1835:--one relating to theisland of Samos, another on the financial state of Greece accompanied by aprinted brochure (1836) prepared by George Finlay containing an essay on theprinciples of bank applied on the state of Greece, the third on the Greekpolitical leaders.The latest addition is a correspondence book containing copies of 35 letters(1738-1739) by the French trader Charles Guieu, based in Smyrna, to his brothersestablished in Chania (2nd largest city in Crete), regarding coffee, cotton,indigo and other products sold through Smyrna and Constantinople; 3 mimeographedfolio sheets of Maxwell Anderson’s account of the Nazi atrocities at the Greekvillage of Distomo in June 1944; "Ston Hellēnoitaliko Polemon tou 1940," boundautograph manuscript diary (24 pp.) compiled by the leader of the “skapanisses”of the National Youth Organization (E.O.N.) from 29/10/1940 to 12/01/1941;autograph manuscript (4 pp.) of the Diocese of Caesarea in Cappadocia (1906)written in Karamanli dialect signed by the Metropolitan Amvrosios and otherswith stamps and an authentication dated 1912; notebook of an autographmanuscript report of the Major of the Police Department of Mytilēnē (LesbosIsland, Greece), Grēg. Katsarea, during the German occupation from 1941 to 1942;Max Merten case, autograph and typed manuscripts, 1957-1959; AMs (4 pp.) of theCounty Court of Chania (Greece), 1891 regarding a case where the defendant isEleutherios Venizelos; AMs (30 pp.) of a plan for the reconstruction of thejudicial power in Crete (Greece) signed by I. Skaltsounēs, January 3, 1880; AMs(5 pp.) of an announcement regarding legislative reforms in Crete by thegovernor of the island, I. Phōtiadēs dated Chania, June 12, 1879; 2 letters bythe legislator of Crete, I. Skaltsounēs, regarding the criminal and politicallaw of the island dated 1879; Compton Mackenzie's "Euboea Fifty Years Ago"[1966] manuscript.The oversize box includes 9 pencil drawings by Jules Coignet, made during a tripto Greece and Turkey in 1844, including scenes of Smyrna (Turkey), Rhodes(Greece), Beirut (Lebanon). 4 paper sheets: one Greek manuscript letter (34 x21.3 cm.); one diploma of membership in the Athenian Society of Natural History(47.4 x 39.5 cm.); two broadsides of statutes of the Society both in Greek (42 x31.5 cm.) and German (42 x 31.5 cm.). 4 watercolors by Roxanē Karatza depictingthe genealogic trees of: the family Mavroyeni (1894); the family Antoine Rosetti(undated); the family Callimachi (undated); and the family Diamanti Draco Soutzo(c. 1894). 1 printed leaf (70.3 x 56 cm.) of the constitutional law of Greecedated 1864 and inscribed "To Neon Hellēnikon Syntagma : Eis to onoma tēs hagiaskai homoousiou kai adiairetou Triados. Hē en Athēnais B’ tōn Hellēnōn ethnikēsyneleusis, psēphizei." Text written in six columns; printed frame. At the endof the text we read: "En Athēnais, tē 16ē Noemvriou 1864. Geōrgios A’. Hoproedros tēs Syneleuseōs, Iōannēs Mesēnezēs, Ho Proedros tēs Hieras Synodou,Theophilos - Hoi Hypourgoi K. Kanarēs, S. Sōtēropoulos, A.Ch. Lontos, Th.P.Deligiannēs, A. Koumoundouros, A. Karnalēs.

  • Miscellaneous Hellenic Studies Collection

    The collection consists of miscellaneous material related to Hellenic Studies.There are folders for Jean François Boissonade, Agalia Ionides Coronio, W. N.Glascock, Dora d'Istria, T. Karatheodorēs, Nikos Kazantzakis, Marie-LouisMarcellus, Emmanuel Miller, Constantine Mususrus, Edouard-Jean-Pierre Perrin,Athanasios Petridēs, Abraham Salamé, En Athēnais Epistēmonikē Hetaireia,Viscount Stratford de Redclifffe, E. M. de Vogüé, Sir George Wheler, and FrankA. H. Young. Correspondents include John Boosey, Prince Roland Bonaparte, EdwardBurne-Jones, Frederick William Burton, Baron Thomas Denham, Frederika Queen ofthe Hellenes, Charles Samuel Keene, Vice Admiral Edward Campbell Rich Owen,Edward Poynter, Jacob Spon, and Walter Leaf. Included is a letter (1865) byEmile Crespin regarding the ravages caused by the Cholera epidemic inConstantinople and Thérapia, in Turkey. Also included are letters (1867) by anunidentified French diplomat, posted in Athens, describing trips he has takenaround the Mediterranean, to such places as Jerusalem, Cairo, andConstantinople. Zosimas II (1686-1746) is represented by a series of threeletters in Latin and Italian (the first signed in Greek) and a Tractatus comprised of sixteen articles in Latin(1736-1737); they were written in the town of Siátista, Macedonia, under Ottomanrule and sent to the Georg Tönnemann, S.J., in Vienna.Later additions include a French autograph manuscript (1946) by Louis Robertdescribing an archeological trip to Turkey and a cotton handkerchiefmemorializing the Cyprus Convention of 4 June 1878; an autograph album (ca.1896-1916) of nurse Muriel Bois who worked at the Norland Institute (1906) andthe Jenny Lind Infirmary (1907) in England, and who was in Greece (ca.1914-1916), including watercolor and pencil drawings (a number by children) andcontributions by Greek princesses (Olga, Elizabeth, Marina, Margarita, andTheodora); 22 letters (1929-1937) by Prince Nicholas to V. C. Scott O'Connor;and a long letter (1700, copy) by Sieur de Berquin to French administratorMichel Bégon about a diplomatic incident involving French ambassador Charles deFerriol at the court of Mustafa II in Constantinople. nine letters to Soutsos,Michael Vodas (1784-1864) including three letters from his father, Grēgorios,one from his brother, Nikolaos, both written in Greek and one letter from hisson, Iōannēs, written in French, all of the letters dated between 1828-1839; oneanonymous letter dated in August 2, 1725 regarding a miraculous relic in Cyprus;28 letters (1829-1830) addressed to Bory de Saint-Vincent, leader of the Frenchexpedition to Morea during the Greek War of Independence, from officers andother members of the expedition force,relating to the state of affairs in Morea,after a period of anarchy, and other matters of political and scientificinterest; French list of imported and exported products of the island of Crete,their approximate values and the rights to which they are subjected (1834); 11handwritten manuscripts of esnaphia ragiadōn from Constantinople dated in 1834and signed by G.Mantzouranēs; 3 French manuscripts, ca. 1835:--one relating tothe island of Samos, another on the financial state of Greece accompanied by aprinted brochure (1836) prepared by George Finlay containing an essay on theprinciples of bank applied on the state of Greece, the third on the Greekpolitical leaders. The latest addition is a correspondence book containingcopies of 35 letters (1738-1739) by the French trader Charles Guieu, based inSmyrna, to his brothers established in Chania (2nd largest city in Crete),regarding coffee, cotton, indigo and other products sold through Smyrna andConstantinople.The oversize box includes nine pencil drawings by Jules Coignet, made during atrip to Greece and Turkey in 1844, including scenes of Smyrna (Turkey), Rhodes(Greece), Beirut (Lebanon).The collection consists of miscellaneous material related to Hellenic Studies.There are folders for Jean François Boissonade, Agalia Ionides Coronio, W. N.Glascock, Dora d'Istria, T. Karatheodorēs, Nikos Kazantzakis, Marie-LouisMarcellus, Emmanuel Miller, Constantine Mususrus, G. G. Pappadopoulos,Edouard-Jean-Pierre Perrin, Athanasios Petridēs, Abraham Salamé, En AthēnaisEpistēmonikē Hetaireia, Viscount Stratford de Redclifffe, E. M. de Vogüé, SirGeorge Wheler, and Frank A. H. Young. Correspondents include John Boosey, PrinceRoland Bonaparte, Edward Burne-Jones, Frederick William Burton, Baron ThomasDenham, Frederika Queen of the Hellenes, Charles Samuel Keene, Vice AdmiralEdward Campbell Rich Owen, Edward Poynter, Jacob Spon, Compton Mackenzie, andWalter Leaf. Included is a letter (1865) by Emile Crespin regarding the ravagescaused by the Cholera epidemic in Constantinople and Thérapia, in Turkey. Alsoincluded are letters (1867) by an unidentified French diplomat, posted inAthens, describing trips he has taken around the Mediterranean, to such placesas Jerusalem, Cairo, and Constantinople. Zosimas II (1686-1746) is representedby a series of three letters in Latin and Italian (the first signed in Greek)and a Tractatus comprised of sixteen articles inLatin (1736-1737); they were written in the town of Siátista, Macedonia, underOttoman rule and sent to the Georg Tönnemann, S.J., in Vienna.Later additions include a French autograph manuscript (1946) by Louis Robertdescribing an archeological trip to Turkey and a cotton handkerchiefmemorializing the Cyprus Convention of 4 June 1878; an autograph album (ca.1896-1916) of nurse Muriel Bois who worked at the Norland Institute (1906) andthe Jenny Lind Infirmary (1907) in England, and who was in Greece (ca.1914-1916), including watercolor and pencil drawings (a number by children) andcontributions by Greek princesses (Olga, Elizabeth, Marina, Margarita, andTheodora); 22 letters (1929-1937) by Prince Nicholas to V. C. Scott O’Connor;and a long letter (1700, copy) by Sieur de Berquin to French administratorMichel Bégon about a diplomatic incident involving French ambassador Charles deFerriol at the court of Mustafa II in Constantinople. Nine letters to Soutsos,Michael Vodas (1784-1864) including three letters from his father, Grēgorios,one from his brother, Nikolaos, both written in Greek and one letter from hisson, Iōannēs, written in French, all of the letters dated between 1828-1839; oneanonymous letter dated August 2, 1725 regarding a miraculous relic in Cyprus; 28letters (1829-1830) addressed to Bory de Saint-Vincent, leader of the Frenchexpedition to Morea during the Greek War of Independence, from officers andother members of the expedition force, relating to the state of affairs inMorea, after a period of anarchy, and other matters of political and scientificinterest; French list of imported and exported products of the island of Crete,their approximate values, and the rights to which they are subjected (1834); 11handwritten manuscripts of esnaphia ragiadōn from Constantinople dated 1834 andsigned by G. Mantzouranēs; 3 French manuscripts, ca. 1835:--one relating to theisland of Samos, another on the financial state of Greece accompanied by aprinted brochure (1836) prepared by George Finlay containing an essay on theprinciples of bank applied on the state of Greece, the third on the Greekpolitical leaders.The latest addition is a correspondence book containing copies of 35 letters(1738-1739) by the French trader Charles Guieu, based in Smyrna, to his brothersestablished in Chania (2nd largest city in Crete), regarding coffee, cotton,indigo and other products sold through Smyrna and Constantinople; 3 mimeographedfolio sheets of Maxwell Anderson’s account of the Nazi atrocities at the Greekvillage of Distomo in June 1944; "Ston Hellēnoitaliko Polemon tou 1940," boundautograph manuscript diary (24 pp.) compiled by the leader of the “skapanisses”of the National Youth Organization (E.O.N.) from 29/10/1940 to 12/01/1941;autograph manuscript (4 pp.) of the Diocese of Caesarea in Cappadocia (1906)written in Karamanli dialect signed by the Metropolitan Amvrosios and otherswith stamps and an authentication dated 1912; notebook of an autographmanuscript report of the Major of the Police Department of Mytilēnē (LesbosIsland, Greece), Grēg. Katsarea, during the German occupation from 1941 to 1942;Max Merten case, autograph and typed manuscripts, 1957-1959; AMs (4 pp.) of theCounty Court of Chania (Greece), 1891 regarding a case where the defendant isEleutherios Venizelos; AMs (30 pp.) of a plan for the reconstruction of thejudicial power in Crete (Greece) signed by I. Skaltsounēs, January 3, 1880; AMs(5 pp.) of an announcement regarding legislative reforms in Crete by thegovernor of the island, I. Phōtiadēs dated Chania, June 12, 1879; 2 letters bythe legislator of Crete, I. Skaltsounēs, regarding the criminal and politicallaw of the island dated 1879; Compton Mackenzie's "Euboea Fifty Years Ago"[1966] manuscript.The oversize box includes 9 pencil drawings by Jules Coignet, made during a tripto Greece and Turkey in 1844, including scenes of Smyrna (Turkey), Rhodes(Greece), Beirut (Lebanon). 4 paper sheets: one Greek manuscript letter (34 x21.3 cm.); one diploma of membership in the Athenian Society of Natural History(47.4 x 39.5 cm.); two broadsides of statutes of the Society both in Greek (42 x31.5 cm.) and German (42 x 31.5 cm.). 4 watercolors by Roxanē Karatza depictingthe genealogic trees of: the family Mavroyeni (1894); the family Antoine Rosetti(undated); the family Callimachi (undated); and the family Diamanti Draco Soutzo(c. 1894). 1 printed leaf (70.3 x 56 cm.) of the constitutional law of Greecedated 1864 and inscribed "To Neon Hellēnikon Syntagma : Eis to onoma tēs hagiaskai homoousiou kai adiairetou Triados. Hē en Athēnais B’ tōn Hellēnōn ethnikēsyneleusis, psēphizei." Text written in six columns; printed frame. At the endof the text we read: "En Athēnais, tē 16ē Noemvriou 1864. Geōrgios A’. Hoproedros tēs Syneleuseōs, Iōannēs Mesēnezēs, Ho Proedros tēs Hieras Synodou,Theophilos - Hoi Hypourgoi K. Kanarēs, S. Sōtēropoulos, A.Ch. Lontos, Th.P.Deligiannēs, A. Koumoundouros, A. Karnalēs.

  • Miscellaneous Ottoman Turkish Collection

    The collection consists of selected official and legal documents in Ottoman Turkish, Greek, and Arabic, such as dowry agreements, property transactions, deeds for land, contracts, receipts, court orders for payments, and promissory notes, accounts, and notes of money borrowed. Some of the documents are marked with a Tuğra, or the Turkish royal cipher, and others refer to the Greek island of Kos. One document, dated August 25, 1926, and addressed to the court of his Royal Highness Fu'ad I King of Egypt, is a court order for an individual to pay another a certain sum of money; otherwise the court will seize that person's possessions. Some of the documents are enirely handwritten, and some are printed but with the names, dates, and the details of the cases added in manuscript`.

  • Miscellaneous Ottoman Turkish Collection

    The collection consists of selected official and legal documents in Ottoman Turkish, Greek, and Arabic, such as dowry agreements, property transactions, deeds for land, contracts, receipts, court orders for payments, and promissory notes, accounts, and notes of money borrowed. Some of the documents are marked with a Tuğra, or the Turkish royal cipher, and others refer to the Greek island of Kos. One document, dated August 25, 1926, and addressed to the court of his Royal Highness Fu'ad I King of Egypt, is a court order for an individual to pay another a certain sum of money; otherwise the court will seize that person's possessions. Some of the documents are enirely handwritten, and some are printed but with the names, dates, and the details of the cases added in manuscript`.

  • Moses Taylor Pyne Papers

    The collection consists of works, correspondence, documents, genealogies, diaries,architectural drawings, scrapbooks, and printed matter of Pyne (Princeton Class of1877). The collection contains the typescript of "Memorials of the Family of Pyne,"with copies of the work and genealogical research notes by Ernest Cheston, researcherfor Pyne; the typescript of "A Journey in France in 1815" by Francis John Pyne; twotranslations by Pyne, "A Chronicle of the King En Pere (Pedro III of Aragon) and HisAncestors" by Bernat Desclot and "Genealogy and Descent of the House of Pinos" by DonBernardo Galceran de Pinos IV. Also included are ten diaries between the years 1832and 1939; deeds and wills of 17th-century England; and an album with genealogicalcharts of the Pynes of England and Ireland. The collection also contains materialrelating to Princeton, both the university and town, including scrapbooks relating tothe opening of the Princeton Graduate College (1913) and the inauguration ofPresident Hibben (1912); correspondence and miscellaneous material about the GraduateCollege, the Endowment Fund, Cleveland Tower, the Hutton Collection, the IsabelleMcCosh Infirmary, and the Princeton Battle Monument; and poems by Andrew FlemingWest.

  • Naumburg Collection of Ford Madox Ford

    Consists jointly of letters and works of Ford and letters and works about Ford collected by Edward Naumburg (Princeton Class of 1924). Ford's papers contain letters to Joseph Conrad, Douglas Goldring, W. H. Hudson, Edgar Jepson, James B. Pinker, and others, spanning the years from 1910 to 1935. There are manuscripts for "Conrad and the Sea," "Dedicatory Letter to Isabel Paterson," The Good Soldier" (title page only), "The Nature of a Crime" (co-authored with Joseph Conrad), and "Romance: An Analysis," and miscellaneous typescripts and proofs for the Transatlantic Review. Also included are photographs and caricatures of Ford and clippings and tearsheets of his articles.Naumburg's papers include his correspondence (1940-1983) with authors, Ford's relatives, and others about Ford, such as Paul A. Bartlett, Janice Biala, David D. Harvey, Katharine Lamb, Frank MacShane, and Sondra Stang. His notes and typescripts for his articles, including "A Collector Looks at Ford Madox Ford," are also present. Papers of other persons contain letters and works related to Ford by Ford Madox Brown, Herbert Gorman, Julian Mitchell (his TV adaptation of The Good Soldier), and Elsie M. Hueffer, and letters by Violet Hunt to Edgar Jepson, Ethel Mayne, and others concerning her relationship with Ford.

  • Noël Riley Fitch Papers

    This collection primarily consists of papers of Noël Riley Fitch relating to her twobooks Sylvia Beach and the Lost Generation: A History of Literary Paris in the Twenties and Thirties(1983) and Walks in Hemingway's Paris: A Guide for the Literary Traveler(1990), aswell as her thesis, dissertation, and other writings about Sylvia Beach (1887-1962),the American proprietress of the bookshop Shakespeare and Company in Paris, France.Included are research files, notes, typescripts, and galleys for Fitch's biography ofBeach; correspondence and transcripts of interviews with former friends andassociates of Beach, such as Berenice Abbott, Morrill Cody, Malcolm Cowley, JanetFlanner, Marcelle Fournier, Maurice Saillet, and others; correspondence with RichardMcDougall, the poet and writer on the life of Adrienne Monnier, and typed copies ofMcDougall's A Selection of Poems(1957); as well asaudiotapes (1969-1982) of Fitch's interviews with Elizabeth Bishop, Frederic Dennis,Helen Eddy, Marthiel Mathews, François Valéry, Priscilla Veitch, and othersreminiscing about Beach and Paris in the 1920s and 1930s. There are also notes,manuscript drafts, and galleys of Fitch's Walks in Hemingway's Paris: A Guide for the Literary Traveler, and a cassette tape of aninterview with Dutch journalists about the book and Ernest Hemingway (1990).Furthermore, the collection includes articles and book reviews concerning DjunaBarnes; assorted articles and lectures by Fitch; a copy of Lisa MacFarlane'sPrinceton University thesis on Sylvia Beach entitled "For Who is Silvier" (1979);four unpublished writings by Fitch (1988); additional correspondence between Fitchand her literary agents, friends, and fans primarily relating to Fitch's booksconcerning Lost Generation authors; and a photograph of photographs hanging inShakespeare and Company.The original papers of Sylvia Beach include letters by Beach to her parents andsisters (1898-1952); letters by other family members and friends (1858-1954); aphotograph album showing Sylvia and Holly Beach in Italy and Serbia (1917-1920);scrapbook pages of photographs and memorabilia (ca.1932-1949); a typescript draft,with autograph corrections (removed from Fitch's research files), and revised galleysfor Beach's book Shakespeare and Company(1959); reviewsof the book; cassette tapes of Beach's interview with Jackson Mathews for the KenyonReview (1960); a scrapbook of obituaries(1962); letters sent to Holly Beach (Mrs.Frederic Dennis) (1962-1964); and correspondence regarding Sylvia Beach's estate(1962-1962).An additional accession consists of several typescript versions of "Voyage to Ithaca:William Carlos Williams in Paris," with holograph corrections, annotations, andadditions by Fitch; and correspondence with Else Albrecht-Carrie, Donald Gallup,James Laughlin, Marilyn V. Schuler, Emily Wallace, and Mrs. William Carlos Williams,regarding the above manuscript, which was published in the Princeton University Library Chronicle (spring 1979).

  • Patrick Henry Collection

    The collection consists of selected manuscript material by and about PatrickHenry. Included are ten signed autograph letters, two signed documents, oneother document, one autograph note, and one steel engraved portrait of Henry.One letter, dated 25 May 1779, is addressed to Virginia delegate BenjaminHarrison, about two persons jailed for suspected "wicked intentions"; anotherletter, dated 19 June 1788, concerns the will of Israel Christian; one about alegal matter, dated 24 July 1789, is addressed to Robert Carter; another, dated28 September 1789 and addressed to Thomas Madison, regards a bond of Henry'sbrother. In a third letter, sent to his daughter, Betsey (Mrs. Elizabeth Aylett)and dated 3 May 1794, Henry writes: "I hope your children will give to you thesame pleasure which mine give me." In a letter dated 14 February 1795, addressedto "Dear Sir" (presumably Henry Lee), Henry declines to take a law caseinvolving an influential Fairfax family. In another letter, dated 30 July 1794,Henry orders supplies for his slaves. There is also a brief letter by Henry tohis son-in-law, Spencer Roane, dated 14 November 1786. In addition, there are asigned receipt for two hundred and fourteen pounds for October 1764 and May1765, another dated 8 June 1765, a promissory note in the hand of Henry, signedby Jacob Puckett and dated 22 February 1793, and a 1795 receipt signed bycobbler Ephraim Potts for money paid by Henry for shoes and saddle cloth for hisnephew John H. Christian, with an accompanying explanatory letter (1889). Abrief, undated [1831?] manuscript ("opinion") concerns a land survey.

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