Correspondence between Powell and writers, publishers, politicians and friends. Notable individuals include Dorothy Day, H.L. Mencken, Denver Lindley, Harry Sylvester, and George N. Shuster.
Additional ephemera added in Folder 24 (not included in 1986 finding aid).
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The Carroll Quigley - Macmillan Publishing Company Collection consists of one box of correspondence and publications-related materials between Quigley and the Macmillan Company regarding his books, "The Evolution of Civilizations" and "Tragedy and Hope"; covering the period from 1961 to 1974. The collection also contains some biographical information and clippings of Quigley's reviews. Note: Click on "External Documents" below for a link to the finding aid for the collection.
Secondary works relating to Baron Corvo, including correspondence from collectors such as Donald Weeks, manuscripts of papers about Corvo by various authors (some photocopied), printed ephemera, and photographs.
The Walter Shewring Papers is a small collection of letters, essays and manuscripts by Shewring. The most notable item is the full autograph manuscript of Shewring's translation of Homer's "Odyssey," published by the Oxford University Press (1980). The collection includes some correspondence and printed articles by such distinguished acquaintances as Walter de la Mare, Eric Gill, David Jones, and Arthur Waley.
The major portion of the correspondence from Edith Sitwell to composer Humphrey Searle (1915-1982) refers to their collaboration on setting some of Sitwell's works to music by Searle. The collection includes correspondence from Sitwell's brothers, Sir Osbert Sitwell and Sacheverell Sitwell, as well as from Cecil Gray.
Miscellaneous items from Smullyan's personal collection of Graham Greene including original and photocopied typescripts, marked copy and mock up of various articles and other works. Includes correspondence to Greene from Gloria Emerson, Richard Hughes, and Robert Graves; and printed items.
Manuscript notes and articles by Marion Stancioff on Catholicism and a range of humanitarian interests such as art, education, literature, philosophy, as well as economics and politics. Includes correspondence with friends in both English and French on many of the foregoing topics. Notable letters are from Dorothy Day, Anne Fremantle, and Ezra Pound. Family letters are also included.
Photocopies of correspondence between Christopher Simon Sykes and his brother Richard Sykes (dated 1930-1978). Includes letters to the former's uncle, British writer Christopher Sykes (born 1907-1986) from Patrick Balfour, Cyril Connell, Harman Grisewood, Rupert Hart-Davis, Roy Howard, Joan Hoare, and Serena James (photocopies).