Guide to the Mary McCarthy Papers, 1925–1990 (bulk 1960-1989)

Guide to the Mary McCarthy Papers,
1925–1990 (bulk 1960-1989)

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Collection Summary

Repository: Archives and Special Collections Library, Vassar College Libraries
Creator: McCarthy, Mary, 1912-1989
Title: Mary McCarthy Papers
Inclusive Dates: 1925–1990
Bulk Dates: 1960-1989
Quantity: 89 cubic ft (393 boxes)
Abstract: Includes manuscripts of works by McCarthy, correspondence with agents and publishers, correspondence with publications like the New Yorker and New York Review of Books; and files on a variety of issues such as dissidents, Spanish Refugee Aid and the Veitnam War. There is also extensive correspondence with friends, family members and other literary figures like Carmen Angleton, Hannah Arendt, Nicola Chiaromonte, Elizabeth Hardwick, Lotte Kohler, Dwight Macdonald, Cees Nooteboom, Philip Rahv, Arthur Schlesinger, Stephen Spender and Niccoló Tucci. Among the legal papers are items on Lillian Hellman. There are some photos and videotapes of McCarthy as well.
Forms of Materials: Correspondence, manuscripts, photographs, clippings, scrapbooks, and realia.

Biographical Note

The only daughter of Roy Winfield and Therese ("Tess") Preston McCarthy, Mary Therese McCarthy was born on 21 June 1912 in Seattle, Washington. Following Mary came three brothers: Kevin, Preston, and Sheridan.

En route to a new home in Minneapolis, purchased for the family by her paternal grandparents, the McCarthy children (ages 6, 4, 3, and 1) were orphaned when their parents became victims of the influenza epidemic of 1918. The children were taken in by their great-aunt Margaret Sheridan McCarthy and her new husband, Myers Shriver and subjected to a horrible life depicted in McCarthy's work, Memories of a Catholic Girlhood (1957). After six years with the Shrivers, Mary was taken back to Seattle to live with her maternal grandparents, Harold and Augusta Morganstern Preston; her brothers were sent to boarding school. Mary moved in with her grandparents in their upper-class home and enjoyed a life of luxury. Harold, a well-known and successful attorney, and "Gussie," known for her beauty and elegance, wanted Mary to have an excellent education and enrolled her in a convent school for her primary education and then in the Annie Wright Seminary for high school. From there she went on to Vassar College in Poughkeepsie, New York, and graduated, Phi Beta Kappa, with her bachelor's degree in 1933.

Following commencement McCarthy moved to New York City and married Harold Johnsrud, an aspiring playwright, the first of her four husbands. They divorced in 1936 and early in 1937, she began a job as an editorial assistant for the publishing house of Covici-Friede.

By spring 1937, Mary had become involved with Philip Rahv. Together they revived a literary journal known as Partisan Review, which had been founded in 1934 by Rahv and William Phillips. Mary served on the editorial board along with Dwight Macdonald, F. W. Dupee, and others. She served as drama critic as well. During that period of time, she also had book reviews published in The New Republic and The Nation.

Through her association with Partisan Review, McCarthy became acquainted with Edmund Wilson, a well-known literary critic, whom she married in 1938. With Wilson Mary had her only child, a son named Reuel. McCarthy's first book, The Company She Keeps, was published in 1942.

Following their divorce in 1945, McCarthy accepted a teaching position for a year at Bard College in Annandale-on-Hudson, New York, not far north of Vassar. During that time she met a member of the staff of The New Yorker, Bowden Broadwater, whom she married in 1946. Much later in her life, McCarthy returned to teach one semester a year at Bard College, as the Charles Stevenson Professor of Literature, between 1986 and her death in 1989. For a semester in 1948, Mary taught English at Sarah Lawrence College in Bronxville, New York. During her marriage to Broadwater, McCarthy was very prolific in her writing, publishing eight books between 1949 and 1961. She also contributed numerous articles to such periodicals as Atlantic Monthly, The New Yorker, and Harper's, as well as Partisan Review.

While on a lecture tour in Poland for the United States Information Agency in late 1959 and early 1960, accompanied by Broadwater and Reuel, McCarthy met and fell in love with James West. As the Public Affairs Officer for the U.S. Embassy in Warsaw and director of the embassy's branch of the U.S.I.A., West planned their itinerary for the four weeks they spent in Poland. Following their respective divorces in 1960 and 1961, McCarthy and West were married in April 1961.

The Wests maintained two homes, an apartment in Paris and a house in Castine, Maine, and delighted in a busy social life together. On 25 October 1989, McCarthy died of cancer at New York Hospital. At the time of her death, she was working on the second volume of her autobiography, published posthumously in 1992 as Intellectual Memoirs: New York, 1936-1938.

Mary McCarthy was the author of twenty-eight books during her lifetime, both fiction and non-fiction. Many of these works comprised chapters that had previously appeared in periodicals; two were texts of lectures that she had given. Her novels were partially autobiographical, and many times, her characters in whole or in part, were based on her acquaintances. Irvin Stock, a critic whom McCarthy admired, has said of her novels that "each has so much life and truth, and is written in a prose so spare, vigorous, and natural ... yet at the same time [is] so witty, graceful, and, in a certain way, poetic...."

The breadth of her writing is wide, from drama reviews to the history of art and architecture, from cultural criticism to political analysis and travel observations. She was known for her keen intellect, her wit and courage, and her literary style that was precise, but graceful. From her readers and reviewers, she elicited strong reactions that were frequently negative. She was often referred to as the "lady with a switchblade." Wendy Martin, in Modern American Women Writers (1991), said: "McCarthy was a survivor rather than a victim; she was unequivocally a writer of extraordinary range and a citizen of the world."

McCarthy won a number of literary awards, among them the Horizon prize (1949) and two Guggenheim fellowships (1949-50 and 1959-60). Both the MacDowell Medal for Literature and the National Medal for Literature, were bestowed upon her in 1984. She was a member of the National Institute of Arts and Letters, the American Academy and Institute of Arts and Letters, and the American Academy in Rome. She received honorary degrees from Bard, Bowdoin, Colby, and Smith Colleges, Syracuse University, and from the Universities of Aberdeen, Hull, and Maine at Orono.

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Scope and Content Note

Includes manuscripts of works by McCarthy, correspondence with agents and publishers, correspondence with publications like the New Yorker and New York Review of Books; and files on a variety of issues such as dissidents, Spanish Refugee Aid and the Veitnam War. There is also extensive correspondence with friends, family members and other literary figures like Carmen Angleton, Hannah Arendt, Nicola Chiaromonte, Elizabeth Hardwick, Lotte Kohler, Dwight Macdonald, Cees Nooteboom, Philip Rahv, Arthur Schlesinger, Stephen Spender and Niccoló Tucci. Among the legal papers are items on Lillian Hellman. There are some photos and videotapes of McCarthy as well.

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Access and Use

Access

This collection is open for research according to the regulations of the Vassar College Archives and Special Collections Library without any additional restrictions.

Restrictions on Use

Permission to quote (publish) from unpublished or previously published material must be obtained as described in the regulations of the Vassar College Archives and Special Collections Library.

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Subject Headings

Names:

  • Arendt, Hannah.
  • Booteboom, Cees, 1933-
  • Broadwater, Bowden.
  • Chiaromonte, Nicola.
  • Hardwick, Elizabeth.
  • Hellman, Lillian, 1906-
  • Köhler, Lotte.
  • Macdonald, Dwight.
  • Rahv, Philip, 1908-1973.
  • Schlesinger, Arthur Meier, 1917.
  • Spender, Stephen, 1909-
  • Stwertka, Eve.
  • Tucci, Niccoló, 1908-
  • Viscusi, Margo.
  • West family.
  • Wilson, Edmund, 1895-1972.
  • Wilson, Reuel K., 1938-

Organizations:

  • A.M. Hearth & Company.
  • Brandt & Brandt.
  • Harcourt, Brace & Javonovich.
  • New York Review of Books.
  • New Yorker.
  • Spanish Refugee Aid (Organization).

Subjects:

  • Critics.
  • Dissenters -- Europe.
  • Literary agents.
  • Novelists.
  • Politics and literature -- United States - 20th century.
  • Publishers and publishing.
  • Vietnamese Conflict, 1961-1975.

Document Types:

  • Scrapbooks.

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Encoding Information

Encoded by Elizabeth Clarke, June 2007.

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Administrative Information

Preferred Citation

Mary McCarthy Papers, Archives and Special Collections Library, Vassar College Libraries.

Processing Information

Original processing date unknown. Updated June 2007, June 2011, September 2012 and April 2013.

A significant re-processing project was undertaken in the Spring of 2013. More detail was added to the container list, and much of the collection was rehoused. A note for for researchers who have used the collection before: all material should still be assigned the same box and folder numbers, unless that information was innacurate in the previous guide. For example, the last incarnation of the guide indicated that boxes 169-170 held records relating to awards received by McCarthy, when in fact those boxes held material about her work at Bard College. Those box numbers are no longer assigned to any part of the collection.

Acquisition Information

The bulk of the collection was acquired by purchase from Mary McCarthy in 1983 and 1985. Additional accessions were added before and after her death, the largest arriving in 2001. Other materials have been been acquired through purchase as well as gift.

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Series Descriptions

Series I. Writings

This series is broken down into a number of subseries: McCarthy Works (in chronological order); Unpublished Works by McCarthy (in alphabetical order); Notes and Notebooks of McCarthy; Contributions to Others' Works by McCarthy (in chronological order and for larger amounts of material in alphabetical order by authors' names); Books about McCarthy (in chronological order); Other Works about McCarthy (generally articles about McCarthy, arranged in alphabetical order according to authors' names); and finally, Works by and about Others (in alphabetical order according to the authors' names).
The series includes McCarthy's manuscripts and typescripts, many of which are heavily revised, as well as setting copies, galleys, and page proofs. Often her research notes and correspondence with her publishers are included along with dust jacket dummies, reviews, and readers' mail. As sometimes happened, McCarthy's articles previously published in magazines later became chapters in her books. Hence, the material relating to the article is placed with the material for the respective book, in the order in which each chapter appeared in the book. The material for each of her books is in chronological order according to the publishing date the book was published. Following the material for Intellectual Memoirs (1992), are McCarthy's published articles that did not appear in any of her books. This material may include the actual printed article, drafts, proofs, or even notes and sometimes correspondence relating to the article.
Included in the subseries of books about McCarthy, there is correspondence between McCarthy and Doris Grumbach, Sherlie Evens Goldman, Carol Gelderman, and Carol Brightman as well as other material relating to Grumbach's book, The Company She Kept (1967).

Series II. Publishing Files,

Included in this series is correspondence between McCarthy and her agents, the publishers for both her books and articles (foreign and domestic), and her photographers and translators. There are also publishing and broadcasting contracts, as well as material relating to her copyrights and royalties. Additionally, there are four boxes of letters from authors and publishers requesting permission to publish quotations from her works, often accompanied with copies of McCarthy's replies to them.
There is frequently an overlap of documentation in series I and II as one will often find correspondence relating to specific McCarthy works in both series. This is especially true in the correspondence between McCarthy and her major publisher, Harcourt Brace Jovanovich. Included in the Harcourt Brace correspondence are the letters (often with McCarthy's replies) from William Jovanovich, documenting a friendship that grew and flourished until McCarthy's death.

Series III. Professional Files,

The documentation in this series includes everything relating to McCarthy's professional career other than that relating to her publishing. There are requests for McCarthy to be interviewed, to speak, to serve on literary panels and juries, and many requests to write articles or chapters for books. Following the subseries on requests for interviews are interview texts and transcripts. Also included in this series is the material pertaining to the various awards and honorary degrees that McCarthy received. There are miscellaneous requests ranging from asking for her favorite dessert recipe to seeking her advice on how to have something published. The material includes correspondence, programs, and clippings.
Included in this series is a good deal of correspondence, both pro and con, received from McCarthy's readers. Although there is some readers' correspondence in series I with some of Mary's writings, letters from readers appear mainly in this series in chronological order. Mail received from students appears following McCarthy's readers' correspondence.
There is a small amount of material, mainly correspondence, from McCarthy's part-time secretarial help. However, McCarthy developed a long and enduring friendship with Margo Viscusi, who was a part-time secretary for Mary during the 1960s. The correspondence with Mrs. Viscusi is located in Series V.

Series IV. Subject Files,

The files in this series were originally created by McCarthy and have been retained in their original order. The material includes mainly correspondence and clippings pertaining to projects or activities in which McCarthy took an interest, sometimes in the role of activist. Here also are files on two short-lived periodicals: Critic (1952), a project undertaken by some of the people involved with McCarthy in the Europe-America Groups; and Dwight Macdonald's politics (1947). The most extensive of these files are those on Vietnam, which include not only correspondence (including some from McCarthy to the families of POWs in Vietnam) and a large number of clippings, but also pamphlets, unofficial translations of statements of the Democratic Republic of Vietnam, and official statements of the U.S. and French governments; as well as documents from the Paris Peace Negotiations.

Series V. Personal Correspondence,

This series documents the personal elements of Mary McCarthy's life and contains mainly personal correspondence received from McCarthy's close friends, acquaintances, and family. Incoming and outgoing mail are housed together as they were kept in Mary's files. The correspondence covers a wide range of subjects, but is frequently literary in nature. Many of McCarthy's friends were writers themselves, and there are frequent references to their own work as well as to the work of others. The earliest letter included is from her maternal grandmother, Augusta Morganstern Preston, written to Mary while she was still attending Vassar in 1932.
The series is broken down into personal correspondence to and from Mary McCarthy; and family correspondence. The family correspondence is further divided into correspondence from Bowden Broadwater, McCarthy's third husband; the McCarthy and Preston Families; the West Family; and the Wilson Family. Correspondence between Mary and Reuel Wilson is closed until 2 March 2000. Occasionally, one will find in this series correspondence that was really more concerned with McCarthy's works, such as the correspondence from critic Irvin Stock; however, the letters in this series had been filed in the personal correspondence in accordance with Mary's wishes and have, therefore, been left in the original order.
The series of letters between McCarthy and Hannah Arendt is particularly interesting and illuminates the strong bond that developed between the two women. This is true also for the correspondence that flowed between Mary and Elizabeth Hardwick, one of McCarthy's dearest friends. Other personal files in this series include McCarthy's calendars, datebooks, and address books; and her record of entertainment with names of guests at her dinner parties and sometimes menus as well. There is also information about her marriage to James West in June 1961; her 60th birthday, and the memorial tributes held at The Pierpont Morgan Library (New York, November 1989) and at Vassar College (Poughkeepsie, May 1990).

Series VI. Personal and Biographical Material

The three scrapbooks in this series include one created by McCarthy's great-grandfather, Civil War Brigadier General Simon Manly Preston. It is a journal, with Simon's handwritten, partial autobiography, and also includes clippings, letters, and photographs pertaining to Simon Preston and his family. The other two scrapbooks include reviews of McCarthy's Venice Observed (1956) and On the Contrary (1961); and various clippings about Mary and Kevin McCarthy (1967-1970). Also included are McCarthy's medical files.

Series VII. Legal and Financial Material

This material is temporarily closed until final processing is completed.

Series VIII. Photographs,

Within this series is a subseries on Mary McCarthy, arranged chronologically. Many of the photographs included were taken for dust jackets for Mary's works. However, there are also informal photographs, some of which were taken by Hannah Arendt and Mary's brother, Kevin. The subsequent subseries are arranged according to the various families in Mary's life (Preston, McCarthy, Wilson, West), and there are some of Bowden Broadwater and one of Harold Johnsrud, Mary's first husband. There are additional subseries relating to McCarthy's friends, various places and events, and Mary and Jim West's homes in Paris and Castine. Also included are two photograph albums, one created by Mary with many informal photographs of Reuel and a few of Edmund Wilson, Macdonald, Broadwater, Chiaromonte and others taken in the 1940s and 1950s. The photo album of Roy McCarthy, Mary's father, contains many photographs of the McCarthy family before Tess and Roy were married and before their deaths when their children were still infants and toddlers.

Series IX. Video and Audiotapes,

The videotapes include the Moyers-Hellman interview, July 1984, and five different appearances of McCarthy on various BBC television programs between 1960 and 1968. The audiotapes include interviews of Mary McCarthy by Doris Grumbach in Paris, January 1966 and by Radioscopie in June 1972. McCarthy's lecture "Hannah Arendt Recollected," given at The University, Southampton's Hannah Arendt Memorial Lecture (March 1980) is also on audiotape along with one of McCarthy's Memorial Service in November 1989 at The Pierpont Morgan Library.

Series X. Clippings

The clippings cover a variety of subjects, but mainly of reviews of McCarthy's works and about McCarthy in general. They also include clippings relating to her family, friends, and acquaintances and events and activities in which McCarthy took an interest.

Series XI. Artifacts and Ephemera

Series and Subseries List

Series I. Writings

Juvenelia
Published Books
The Company She Keeps (1942)
The Oasis (1949)
Cast a Cold Eye (1950)
The Groves of Academe (1952)
A Charmed Life (1955)
Sights and Spectacles (1956)
Memories of a Catholic Girlhood (1957)
The Stones of Florence (1959)
On the Contrary (1961)
Mary McCarthy's Theatre Chronicles (1963)
The Group (1963)
Vietnam (1967)
Hanoi (1968)
The Writing on the Wall and Other Literary Essays (1970)
Birds of America (1971)
Winter Visitors (1970 - Limited edition)
Medina (1972)
Can There Be a Gothic Literature? (1973)
The Seventeenth Degree (1974)
Mask of State: Watergate Portraits (1974)
Cannibals and Missionaries (1979)
Ideas and the Novel (1981)
The Hounds of Summer and Other Stories (1981)
Occasional Prose (1985)
How I Grew (1987)
Intellectual Memoirs (1992)
Journal Articles by McCarthy
Unpublished Works by McCarthy
Notes and Notebooks of McCarthy
Contributions to Others' Works by McCarthy
Works by and about Others

Series II. Publishing Files

Agents' Correspondence
American Publishers' Correspondence
Foreign Publishers' Correspondence
Publishers' Correspondence: Magazines and Newspapers
Photographers' and Translators' Correspondence
Publishing/Broadcasting Contracts
Copyrights
Royalties
Permissions

Series III. Professional Files

Requests to Interview
Interview Texts and Transcripts
Requests to Speak
Requests for Panels and Juries
Requests to Write
Miscellaneous requests
Professional Associations
Reader's and Students' Mail
Correspondence from Secretaries and Assistants
Teaching Files
Awards
Honorary Degrees
Vassar College

Series IV. Subject Files and Research Material

Series V. Personal Correspondence

Personal Correspondence to and from Mary McCarthy
Family Correspondence: Broadwater, Bowden
Family Correspondence: Johnsrud, Harold
Family Correspondence: McCarthy and Preston Family
Family Correspondence: West Family
Family Correspondence: Wilson Family
Correspondence Notebooks

Series VI. Personal and Biographical Material

Books About McCarthy
Other Works about McCarthy
Personal Files
Medical Records

Series VII. Legal and Financial Material

Legal Documents
Hellman Lawsuit Material
Financial Papers
Tax Material

Series VIII. Photographs

Mary McCarthy
Preston and McCarthy Families
Harold Johnsrud and Wilson Family
Bowden Broadwater and West Family
Friends and Acquaintances
Residences
Places and Events
Miscellaneous/Unidentified People and Places
Oversized Photographs
Photograph Albums

Series IX. Video and Audiotapes

Series X. Clippings

Series XI. Artifacts and Ephemera

Container List

SERIES I: WRITINGS

Juvenilia
f. 1.1 - 1.2 Early writing [Annie Wright Seminary?]: Poetry
f. 1.3 Early writing [Annie Wright Seminary?]: "There was a lovely princess ... "
f. 1.4 Annie Wright Seminary writing: English IVb
f. 1.5 Annie Wright Seminary writing: Prose and poetry
f. 316.1 Writing done at Vassar
f. 1.6 VC Senior Thesis: "Robert Greene: An Omnigatherum," 1933 (original TS)
[Box 291] Con Spirito, vol. 1, no. 1, Feb. 1933
Published Books
The Company She Keeps (1942)
f. 2.1 Draft: [Chapter 1] The Young Divorcée (Cruel and Barbarous Treatment)
f. 2.2 Drafts (partial): [Chapter 2] Rogue's Gallery, p. 1-40
f. 2.3 Drafts (partial): [Chapter 2] Rogue's Gallery, p. 29-46
f. 2.4 Draft: [Chapter 3] The Man in the Brooks Brothers Shirt, p. 1-46
f. 2.5 Draft: [Chapter 4] The Genial Host, p. 1-23
f. 2.6 - 2.7 Draft: [Chapter 5] Portrait of the Intellectual as A Yale Man, p. 1-70
f. 3.1 Setting copy: acknowledgments, table of contents, chapter 1. Cruel and Barbarous Treatment
f. 3.2 - 3.3 Setting copy: Chapter 2. Rogue's Gallery, p. 1-40
f. 3.4 Setting copy: Chapter 3. The Man in the Brooks Brothers Shirt
f. 3.5 Setting copy: Chapter 4. The Genial Host
f. 3.6 - 3.8 Setting copy: Chapter 5. Portrait of the Intellectual as a Yale Man, p. 111-189
f. 3.9 - 3.10 Setting copy: Chapter 5. Portrait of the Intellectual as a Yale Man, p. 1-79
f. 3.11 Setting copy: Chapter 6. Ghostly Father, I Confess, p. 1-37
f. 3.12 - 3.13 Setting copy: Chapter 6. Ghostly Father, I Confess, p. 190-234
f. 4.1 - 4.5 Publisher's correspondence, 1938 - 1943
f. 4.6 Jacket dummy
f. 4.7 - 4.8 Readers' mail, 1941-1959, n.d.
f. 4.9 Reviews, 1942-1957
f. 4.10 Reviews of Italian edition ( Gli Uomini della Sua Vita ), 1982
The Oasis (1949)
f. 5.1 Letter from R. L. Simon of Simon and Schuster, and biographical notes, 17 Feb 1942
f. 5.1 - 5.5 Original TS, p. 1-96
f. 5.6 Early variants
f. 5.7 - 5.10 Revised TS, p. 1-101
f. 5.11 Readers' mail
f. 5.12 Reviews, 1949, 1988
f. 5.13 Copy of Horizon with leter from Reuel Wilson to Bowden Broadwater, 1949, 1990
Cast A Cold Eye (1950)
f. 6.1 TS variants: "The Weeds"
f. 6.2 TS draft: "The Cicerone," p. 18-28 (possibly original version); and TS variants
f. 6.3 TS draft: "The Cicerone," p. 1-30 ("earlyish version")
f. 6.4 TS draft: "The Friend of the Family," p. 1-39
f. 6.5 MS draft: "The Old Men"
f. 6.6 TS draft: "The Old Men," p. 1-15; "earlier version," p. 2-14
f. 6.7 MS variant: "C.Y.E."
f. 6.8 - 6.9 TS variants: "C.Y.E."
f. 6.10 Editorial reader's notes on "Yonder Peasant," 1948
f. 6.11 French translation of "The Old Men," Adam, Oct 1966
f. 6.12 American reviews, 1950
f. 6.13 English reviews, 1952
The Groves of Academe (1952)
f. 7.1 TS draft: Chapter 1, version A
f. 7.2 TS draft: Chapter 3, version A
f. 7.3 TS draft: Chapter 3, version 2
f. 7.4 - 7.7 TS draft: Chapters 8-11, early version
f. 7.8 TS draft: Chapter 1
f. 7.9 TS draft: Chapter 3
f. 7.10 TS draft: Chapter 6
f. 7.11 - 7.13 Discarded material
f. 8.1 - 8.12 Setting copy, chapters. 2-13
f. 8.13 MS: lecture on The Groves of Academe, University of Missouri, 1952
f. 8.14 Readers' mail
f. 8.15 - 8.17 Reviews, 1950-1953, n.d.
A Charmed Life (1955)
f. 9.1 TS: Notes
f. 9.2 TS: "Further notes ... "
f.9.3 TS for agent, Brandt and Brandt
f. 9.4 - 9.6 TS: Chapters 6-8 variants
f. 9.7 - 9.9 TS: Chapters 11-13 variants
f. 9.10 - 9.12 Setting copy, p. 1-68 (chapters 1-3)
f. 10.1 - 10.10 Setting copy, p. 69-242 (chapters 4-13)
f. 316.2 Book Jackets
f. 10.11 - 10.14 American reviews, 1955-1956, 1959, n.d.
f. 10.15 English reviews
Sights and Spectacles(1956)
f. 11.1 Setting copy: A Prince of Shreds and Patches, 1956
f. 11.2 English reviews
Memories of A Catholic Girlhood (1957)
f. 11.3 TS draft: The Prayers of the Poor [Yonder Peasant, Who Is He?]
f. 11.4 TS draft: Yonder Peasant, Who Is He?
f. 11.5 TS draft: A Tin Butterfly
f. 11.6 Draft for agent, Brandt and Brandt: My Grandfather and Lord Byron [The Blackguard]
f. 11.7 TS draft: The Incognito [C'est le Premier Pas Qui Coûte]
f. 11.8 TS draft: C'est le Premier Pas Qui Coûte
f. 11.9 TS draft: The Two Brothers [The Figures in the Clock]
f. 11.10 Draft for agent, Brandt and Brandt: The Two Brothers [The Figures in the Clock]
f. 11.11 - 11.12 TS draft: The Figures in the Clock
f. 12.1 Setting copy [?], p. 106-166
f. 12.2 Setting copy, preface material
f. 12.3 - 12.12 Setting copy, p. 1-186
f. 12.13 Setting copy, Double Solitaire [Ask Me No Questions]
f. 13.1 MS captions for illustrations
f. 13.2 Author's proof for preface material
f. 13.3 Unrevised galleys
f. 13.4 Dust jacket and paperback cover
f. 13.5 - 13.7 American reviews, 1957, n.d.
f. 13.8 English reviews
f. 13.9 - 13.14 Readers' mail, 1946 - 1967, n.d.
The Stones of Florence (1959)
f. 14.1 Author's notes and clippings
f. 14.2 Publisher's correspondence, 1959
f. 14.3 Correspondence re: photographs and illustrations, 1958
f. 14.4 - 14.7 Research photographs
f. 14.8 Negatives of photos
f. 15.1 - 15.7 Original text, chapters 1-7
f. 15.8 - 15.11 Setting copy, p. 1-83
f. 15.12 Setting copy, p. 84-106, 129, 142-149
f. 16.1 - 16.7 Another setting copy, p. 1-257 [numbering inconsistent or missing pages]
f. 16.8 Author's page proofs
f. 16.9 Dust jacket
f. 16.10 - 16.11 Readers' correspondence
f. 16.12 American reviews
f. 16.13 Foreign reviews
On the Contrary (1961)
f. 17.1 Drafts: America the Beautiful
f. 17.2 Drafts: The Contagion of Ideas
f. 17.3 TS draft: version 1?: Artists in Uniform
f. 17.4 TS draft: part of final version: Artists in Uniform
f. 17.5 - 17.7 TS draft: The Road to Damascus (My Confession) [3 versions]
f. 17.8 TS draft: Moments of Choice: Earliest version of My Confession
f. 17.9 - 17.10 TS draft: The Road to Damascus (My Confession)[2 versions]
f. 18.1 TS draft: Letter from Portugal w/notes
f. 18.2 TS draft: Up the Ladder from Charm to Vogue
f. 18.3 Notes, galleys: Up the Ladder from Charm to Vogue
f. 18.4 - 18.5 Research for "The Vassar Girl" ( Holiday, May 1951)
f. 18.6 Correspondence with Vassar College re: "The Vassar Girl"
f. 18.7 Letter to editor of Holiday on Vassar article
f. 18.8 TS drafts: The American Realist Playwrights (published version of BBC broadcast)
f. 19.1 Setting copy: A Letter to the Editor of Politics
f. 19.2 Setting copy: America the Beautiful
f. 19.3 Setting copy: Gandhi
f. 19.4 Setting copy: Mlle. Gulliver en Amérique
f. 19.5 Setting copy: No News, or What Killed the Dog?
f. 19.6 Setting copy: The Contagion of Ideas
f. 19.7 Setting copy: Artists in Uniform
f. 19.8 Setting copy: My Confession
f. 19.9 Setting copy: Letter from Portugal
f. 19.10 Setting copy: Mister Rodriguez of Lisbon
f. 19.11 Setting copy: Naming Names
f. 19.12 Setting copy: The Vita Activa
f. 19.13 Setting copy: Tyranny of the Orgasm
f. 19.14 Setting copy: Up the Ladder from Charm to Vogue
f. 19.15 Setting copy: The Vassar Girl
f. 19.16 Setting copy: Recalled to Life ...
f. 19.17 Setting copy: Settling the Colonel's Hash
f. 19.18 Setting copy: An Academy of Risk
f. 19.19 Setting copy: The Fact in Fiction
f. 19.20 Setting copy: Characters in Fiction
f. 19.21 Setting copy: The American Realist Playwrights
f. 19.22 Proofs: Characters in Fiction ( Partisan Review, 3-4/1961)
f. 20.1 Ma Confession ( Preuves, Dec 1963)
f. 20.2 America the Beautiful ( Commentary, Sep 1947)
f. 20.3 Mlle. Gulliver en Afrique (reprinted from The Reporter, 22 Jan 1952)
f. 20.4 Characters in Fiction ( Partisan Review, Mar-Apr 1961)
f. 20.5 Realisten im amerikanischen Drama (Dokumente, Dec 1961)
f. 20.6 My Confession ( Encounter )
f. 20.7 The Vassar Girl ( Queen, 8 May 1962)
f. 20.8 Readers' mail
f. 20.9 Draft reviews
f. 20.10 Published reviews
Mary McCarthy's Theatre Chronicles (1963)
f. 21.1 TS draft: Introduction
f. 21.2 TS draft: Sheep in Wolfes' [sic] Clothing
f. 21.3 TS draft: A New Word
f. 21.4 TS draft: Odd Man In
f. 21.5 Reviews
The Group (1963)
f. 21.6 Notes: The Group
f. 21.7 Research material: Vassar publications
f. 21.8 TS draft: On the writing of The Group
f. 21.9 Correspondence: MM to Hans Hertel, Danish publisher, Arena, 1964
f. 21.10 Correspondence: Publishers' corr. , 1964
f. 21.11 Correspondence re: the movie version of The Group, 1963-1964, 1984, n.d.
f. 22.1 [Husted story]
f. 22.2 - 22.10 TS draft: chapters 4-6
f. 22.11 "Dottie Makes an Honest Woman of Herself" ( Partisan Review, Jan-Feb 1954) [later chapter 3]
f. 22.12 "Polly Andrews, Class of '33 ( New Yorker, 29 June 1963) [later chapter 11-12]
f. 23.1 - 23.4 Readers' correspondence, 1963-1970, n.d.
f. 23.5 Correspondence re: Master's thesis, 1975
f. 23.6 Correspondence: MM to New York Herald Tribune, 16 Feb 1964 re: review
f. 23.7 Correspondence: Partisan Review re: draft of review
f. 23.8 English language reviews, 1963-1968, n.d.
f. 23.9 - 23.11 Foreign language reviews
f. 24.1 Scrapbook
f. 24.2 Galley proofs: French edition
f. 24.3 - 24.4 The film — Screenplay by Sidney Buchman (2 versions)
f. 24.5 The film — Famous Artists Productions records
f. 24.6 The film — Publicity stills
[Box 291] Print of paperback cover
f. 393.2 "Aftermath: A Letter from Mary McCarthy," New York Herald Tribune , 8 March 1964
Vietnam (1967)
f. 25.1 Notebook
f. 25.2 MS notes
f. 25.3 - 25.4 TS draft: chapter I variants: The Home Program
f. 25.5 - 25.7 TS draft: chapter II variants: The Problems of Success
f. 25.8 - 25.9 TS draft: chapter III variants: Intellectuals
f. 25.10 - 25.13 TS draft: chapter IV: Solutions [4 versions]
f. 25.14 TS drafts: fragments
f. 26.1 - 26.4 Setting copy
f. 26.5 Cover dummy
f. 26.6 [Page format for dummy copies]: chapter I: The Home Program
f. 26.7 - 26.9 Page proofs
f. 27.1 - 27.6 Page proofs
f. 28.1 - 28.2 Publishers' correspondence, 1967, n.d.
f. 28.3 Correspondence re: Diana Trilling, 1967-1968
f. 28.4 Promotional material
f. 28.5 American reviews
f. 28.6 Foreign reviews
Hanoi (1968)
f. 29.1 MS notes
f. 29.2 Notebooks (2)
f. 29.3 TS draft: Foreword
f. 29.4 TS draft: chapter I: version A
f. 29.5 - 29.6 TS variants: chapter I
f. 29.7 TS draft: chapter II: version A
f. 29.8 - 29.11 TS variants: chapter II
f. 29.12 TS draft: chapter III
f. 29.13 TS variant: chapter III
f. 29.14 TS draft: chapter IV: version A
f. 29.15 TS variant: chapter IV
f. 29.16 TS draft: chapter V: version A
f. 29.17 TS drafts: fragments
f. 29.18 - 29.19 Galleys
f. 29.20 Galleys for article: "Hanoi" ( New York Review of Books, 23 May 1968)
f. 30.1 Page proofs: Foreword; On Withdraw...
f. 30.2 Page proofs: Hanoi - March 1968
f. 30.3 Page proofs: The Party Car
f. 30.4 Page proofs: North Vietnamese Bucolic
f. 30.5 Page proofs: Language
f. 30.6 Page proofs: First Principles
f. 31.1 - 31.4 Publishers' correspondence, 1967-1969, n.d.
f. 31.5 Readers' correspondence, May-Dec 1968, n.d.
The Writing on the Wall (1970)
f. 31.6 MS notes: Thoughts about MacBeth [General MacBeth]
f. 31.7 MS notes: A Bolt from the Blue
f. 31.8 MS notes: J. D. Salinger's Closed Circuit
f. 31.9 MS notes: Burroughs' Naked Lunch
f. 31.10 MS notes: The Hue and Cry w/pamphlet, "The Strange World of Hannah Arendt," 1963
f. 31.11 MS notes: On Madame Bovary
f. 31.12 MS notes: The Inventions of Compton-Burnett
f. 31.13 MS notes: The Writing on the Wall
f. 31.14 MS notes: Hanging by a Thread
f. 31.15 MS/TS notes: A Touch of Nature
f. 31.16 TS variants: General MacBeth
f. 31.17 - 31.18 TS variants: J. D. Salinger's Closed Circuit
f. 31.19 TS variants: A Bolt from the Blue
f. 32.1 TS variants: Burroughs' Naked Lunch
f. 32.2 - 32.4 TS variants: The Hue and Cry
f. 32.5 TS variants: On Madame Bovary
f. 32.6 TS variants: On Madame Bovary -- French translation rejected by McCarthy
f. 32.7 TS variants: Crushing a Butterfly
f. 32.8 TS variants: The Inventions of Compton-Burnett
f. 32.9 - 32.11 TS draft: later variant: The Inventions of Compton-Burnett [3 versions]
f. 32.12 TS draft: version A: More on Compton-Burnett w/MS note
f. 32.13 - 32.15 TS draft: The Writing on the Wall [3 versions]
f. 32.16 TS draft: fragments: One Touch of Nature
f. 32.17 TS draft: photocopy: One Touch of Nature
f. 33.1 Setting copy: Introductory pages; General MacBeth
f. 33.2 Setting copy: A Bolt from the Blue
f. 33.3 Setting copy: J. D. Salinger's Closed Circuit
f. 33.4 Setting copy: The Hue and Cry
f. 33.5 Setting copy: On Madame Bovary
f. 33.6 Setting copy: Crushing a Butterfly
f. 33.7 Setting copy: The Inventions of Compton-Burnett
f. 33.8 Setting copy: More on Compton-Burnett
f. 33.9 Setting copy: The Writing on the Wall
f. 33.10 Setting copy: Hanging by a Thread
f. 33.11 Setting copy: One Touch of Nature
f. 33.12 Setting copy: [all chapters]
f. 34.1 Galley proofs -- marked set
f. 35.1 Dust jacket dummy
f. 35.2 Dust jackets (U.S. and English editions)
f. 35.3 Proofs (with corrections) of book
f. 35.4 Proofs of article, "The Inventions of Compton-Burnett," Encounter, Nov 1966
f. 35.5 Proofs of article, "Burroughs' Naked Lunch," Encounter, April 1963
f. 35.6 Proofs of article, "One Touch of Nature," The New Yorker, 24 Jan 1970, w/publisher's correspondence (1969)
f. 35.7 Proofs of article (German): "Eine Prise Natur"
f. 35.8 Article: "General MacBeth," Harper's Magazine, June 1962
f. 35.9 Article: "A Bolt from the Blue," New Republic, 4 June 1962, w/ McCarthy letter to the Editor, 25 June 1962
f. 35.10 Article: "A Bolt from the Blue," Encounter, Oct 1962
f. 35.11 Article: "The Writing on the Wall," The New York Review of Books, n.d.
f. 35.12 Article: "Hanging by a Thread," The New York Review of Books, 31 July 1969
f. 35.13 Correspondence re: the book, The Writing on the Wall, 1969-1970
f. 35.14 Correspondence re: the article, "General MacBeth," 1962-1966, n.d.
f. 35.15 Correspondence re: the article, "A Bolt from the Blue," June 1962, n.d.
f. 35.16 Correspondence re: the article, "J. D. Salinger's Closed Circuit," 1962-1963, n.d.
f. 35.17 Correspondence re: the article, "Burroughs' Naked Lunch," 1963-1965, n.d.
f. 35.18 Correspondence re: the article, "The Hue and Cry," 1963-1964, n.d.
f. 35.19 Correspondence re: the article, "On Madame Bovary," 1964-1968
f. 35.20 Correspondence re: the article, "One Touch of Nature," Jan-June 1970
f. 36.1 Clippings and reviews: "J. D. Salinger's Naked Lunch "
f. 36.2 Clippings and reviews: " The Naked Lunch "
f. 36.3 Draft reviews: "The Hue and Cry"
f. 36.4 Clippings and reviews: "The Hue and Cry"
f. 36.5 Clippings and reviews: "The Inventions of Compton-Burnett"
f. 36.6 Clippings and reviews: "One Touch of Nature"
f. 36.7 - 36.10 Reviews: The Writing on the Wall
f. 36.11 Related reviews: The Writing on the Wall
Birds of America (1971)
f. 37.1 - 37.2 Research notes
f. 37.3 Research publications
f. 37.4 - 37.5 Notes
f. 37.6 TS draft: "On the Writing of Birds of America " [for the Franklin Library ed.]
f. 37.7 - 37.15 TS draft: chapter 1 variants (Winter Visitors)
f. 38.1 - 38.5 TS draft: chapter 2 variants (The Battle of Rocky Port)
f. 38.6 - 38.10 TS draft: chapter 3 variants (To Be a Pilgrim)
f. 38.11 - 38.17 TS variant: Chapter 4 (Epistle From Mother Carey's Chicken) [7 versions]
f. 39.1 - 39.5 TS variant: (version A) chapter 5 (Greek Fire)
f. 39.6 TS variant (photocopy): chapter 6 [orig. 7] (Round Table, With the Damsel Parcenet)
f. 39.7 TS variant (photocopy): chapter 6
f. 40.1 - 40.6 TS variant: chapter 7 [orig. 6] (Leviticus)
f. 40.7 - 40.11 TS variant: chapter 9 [no. 8] (A Sybilline Interlude)
f. 41.1 - 41.3 TS variant: chapter 10 (Two-thirds of a Ghost)
f. 316.3 Birds of America [Chap. 2-6, TS variant]
f. 41.4 - 41.13 Setting copy: Chapters 1-10
f. 42.1 - 42.10 Corrected page proofs, all chapters
f. 42.11 Galley corrections for chapter 9
f. 44.3 Foreign Publishers' correspondence, 1971-1972, n.d.
f. 44.4 - 44.6 Publishers' correspondence, 1969-1972, n.d.
f. 44.7 Publicity
f. 44.8 - 44.9 Readers' correspondence, 1969-1979, n.d.
f. 45.1 Interviews
f. 45.2 - 45.10 Reviews
Winter Visitors (1970 - Limited edition)
f. 43.1 Galley proofs - marked set
f. 43.2 Corrected galleys
f. 43.3 Author's page proofs
f. 44.1 - 44.2 Publisher's correspondence, 1970-1971, n.d.
Medina (1972)
f. 46.1 Background of trial participants
f. 46.2 News releases from Fort McPherson, Mar-Apr 1970
f. 46.3 Court transcript of U.S. vs. Medina, Sep 1971
f. 46.4 Notes
f. 46.5 Notes and memorabilia from Medina trial w/note from A. Young, 7 Sep 1971
f. 46.6 - 46.9 Clippings
f. 47.1 - 47.8 TS variants (8 versions)
f. 47.9 - 47.10 Correspondence re: writing and publication of Medina , 1971-1973, n.d.
f. 47.11 Article: "Reflections: A Transition Figure," The New Yorker, 10 June 1972
f. 48.1 Setting copy
f. 48.2 Corrected page proofs
f. 48.3 - 48.5 Page proofs, p. 1-87
f. 48.6 Cover design
f. 48.7 Reviews, 1972-1973, n.d.
Can There Be a Gothic Literature? (1973)
f. 48A.1 - 48A.3 Research material
f. 48A.4 MS notes
f. 48A.5 TS variants
f. 48A.6 - 48A.7 TS drafts
f. 48A.8 [Setting copy?]
f. 48A.9 [Corrected galley fragment?]
f. 48A.10 Corrected proof
The Seventeenth Degree (1974)
f. 49.1 TS variants: Preface [How It Went]
f. 49.2 Letter, 19 Nov 1973
f. 49.2 TS draft: Preface [How It Went] (photocopy)
f. 49.3 Notebook: Halberstam [Sons of the Morning]
f. 49.4 TS variants: Halberstam [Sons of the Morning]
f. 49.5 TS draft: Halberstam [Sons of the Morning]
f. 49.6 Galley copy: How It Went
f. 49.7 - 49.9 Setting copy: The Seventeenth Degree
f. 49.10 [Galley?]: Article: "Sons of the Morning," The New York Review of Books, 25 January 1973
f. 49.11 - 49.12 Galley proofs: The Seventeenth Degree
f. 50.1 - 50.5 Page proofs: The Seventeenth Degree
f. 50.6 - 50.8 Corrected page proofs: The Seventeenth Degree
f. 50.9 Correspondence re: "Sons of the Morning" [article]
f. 50.10 Correspondence re: The Seventeenth Degree and review (incl. ltr. from Al Capp)
f. 50.11 Interview transcript ("Kaleidoscope," 21 February 1975 on BBC)
f. 50.12 Reviews: "Sons of the Morning" [article]
f. 50.13 Reviews: The Seventeenth Degree
Mask of State (June 1974)
f. 51.1 - 51.12 TS draft of Watergate Notes
f. 51.13 TS draft [fragment] of Watergate Notes
f. 51.14 TS draft [photocopy] of "Postscript to Nixon"
f. 52.1 - 52.9 Setting copy
f. 52.10 Galley proofs - author's marked set
f. 53.1 - 53.5 Corrected page proofs
f. 53.6 Watergate trip: correspondence and notes
f. 53.7 Publisher's correspondence
f. 53.8 Readers' correspondence re: Watergate articles and Mask of State
f. 53.9 Clippings and reviews
f. 54.1 Corrected galleys
f. 54.2 Corrected proof [?]: "Postscript to Nixon"
f. 54.3 - 54.5 Watergate Notes: wire service copy
f. 54.6 The Observer, London, promo and McCarthy article, 1 July 1973
f. 54.7 - 54.8 Marked copy of John Dean's statement to Senate Select Committee on Presidential Campaign Activities, 25 January 1973
Cannibals and Missionaries (1979)
f. 55.1 - 55.2 MM's notes re: novel, 1974-1975
f. 55.3 MM's notebook, 1975-1976
f. 55.4 MM's notes and correspondence re: novel, 1978, 1979
f. 55.5 - 55.7 Research material
f. 56.1 - 56.6 Research material
f. 56.7 - 56.8 Research clippings
f. 57.1 - 57.7 Research clippings
f. 58.1 - 58.2 Miscellaneous TS variants
f. 58.3 - 58.9 TS variants: Chapters 1-3
f. 59.1 - 59.5 TS variants: Chapters 3-5
f. 60.1 - 60.13 TS variants: Chapters 6-8
f. 61.1 - 61.8 TS variants: Chapters 10-12
f. 61.9 - 61.10 Variants: rejected pages
f. 62.1 Chapter 6-8 variants, (photocopy)
f. 62.2 Draft as of June and September 1977, (photocopy)
f. 63.1 - 63.12 Chapters 1-12 [later draft?], (photocopy)
f. 63.13 Envoi-[later draft?], (photocopy)
f. 64.1 - 64.9 Revised setting copy: Chapters 1-11
f. 65.1 - 65.12 Corrected setting copy: Chapters 1-12
f. 65.13 Corrected setting copy: Envoi
f. 66.1 - 66.2 Galley proofs
f. 67.1 Corrected galleys
f. 68.1 Editorial readers' queries and corrections; Cees Noteboom's corrections; photocopies of illustrations; MM's summary of CandM; Acknowledgments; Boeing 747 control cabin diagrams; map
f. 68.2 - 68.3 Publisher's correspondence
f. 68.4 Dust jackets, promo material
f. 68.5 Readers' mail
f. 69.1 - 69.7 Reviews
Ideas and the Novel (1981)
f. 70.1 TS variants: chapts. 1, 2, 4, (photocopy)
f. 70.2 - 70.5 Setting copy: Chapters 1-4
f. 70.6 Galley proofs
f. 70.7 Galley proofs - marked set
f. 70.8 Galley proofs - author's pages
f. 70.9 Dust jacket and galley proofs of jacket flaps
f. 70.10 London Review page proofs
f. 70.11 Publisher's correspondence
f. 70.12 Reviewer's correspondence
f. 70.13 Reviews
The Hounds of Summer (1981)
f. 71.1 TS draft: The Hounds of Summer
f. 71.2 TS draft: The Appalachian Revolution
f. 71.3 Working proof and text for paperback covers
f. 71.4 Galley proofs
f. 71.5 Publisher's correspondence, 1962, 1966
f. 71.6 Article: "The Appalachian Revolution," The New Yorker, 11 Sep 1954
f. 71.7 Article: "The Hounds of Summer," The New Yorker, 14 Sep 1963
Occasional Prose (1985)
f. 72.1 Philip Rahv: In Memoriam (TS draft)
f. 72.2 The "Place" of Nicola Chiaromonte... (TS variants)
f. 72.3 The "Place" of Nicola Chiaromonte... [Nicola Chiaromonte and the Theatre" - German translation, 1975] (TS draft)
f. 72.4 Saying Good-bye to Hannah... (TS draft)
f. 72.5 F. W. Dupee... (MS draft - fragment)
F. W. Dupee - See also box 91
f. 72.6 A Guide to Exiles... (Lecture Notes)
f. 72.7 BBC talk: A Guide to Exiles... (TS draft - original version)
f. 72.8 A Guide to Exiles... (TS draft)
f. 72.9 A Guide to Exiles... (TS draft - final version)
f. 72.10 BBC broadcast: A Guide to Exiles, Expatriates, and Internal Exiles (transcription)
f. 72.11 Language and Politics (Research material and MS)
f. 72.12 - 72.14 Language and Politics (TS drafts)
f. 72.15 Art and the Value of Art (Research clippings)
f. 72.16 - 72.19 Art Values and the Value of Art [Living with Beautiful Things] (TS draft)
f. 72.20 Novel, Tale, and Romance (Notes)
f. 72.21 - 72.22 Narrative Techniques...and Their Implications [Novel, Tale, and Romance] (TS, MS draft)
f. 72.23 [Novel, Tale, and Romance] (TS draft)
f. 72.24 [Novel, Tale, and Romance] (TS variants)
f. 72.25 [Novel, Tale, and Romance] w/letter to The New Yorker, 18 January 1983 (TS draft)
f. 73.1 The Tolstoy Connection (Research material)
f. 73.2 - 73.3 The Tolstoy Connection (TS draft - 2 versions)
f. 73.4 The Tolstoy Connection (TS variant - fragment)
f. 73.5 On Rereading a Favorite Book (MS draft)
f. 73.6 On Anna Karenina [On Rereading a Favorite Book] (TS variants)
f. 73.7 On Anna Karenina (TS draft)
f. 73.8 - 73.10 If on a Winter's Night a Traveler [Acts of Love] (TS draft - 3 versions)
f. 73.11 Politics and the Novel (TS drafts)
f. 73.12 Politics and the Novel (TS, MS draft)
f. 73.13 Marthe (Research material)
f. 73.14 Marthe [In the Family Way] (TS drafts)
Marthe [In the Family Way] - See also correspondence in 118.2.
f. 73.15 The American Revolution of Jean-François Revel (TS drafts)
f. 316.4 - 316.9 Original copy, p. 1-273 (Edited MS)
f. 316.10 Part 1 (Xerox MS)
f. 317.1 - 317.6 Parts 2-7 (Xerox MS)
f. 73.16 Correspondence, 1971
f. 73.17 Miscellany re: Without Marx or Jesus
f. 74.1 - 74.3 La Traviata Retold (Research material)
f. 74.4 - 74.6 La Traviata Retold (TS drafts)
f. 74.7 The Rake's Progress (TS draft)
f. 74.8 The Very Unforgettable Miss Brayton (Research material and miscellany)
f. 74.9 - 74.10 Green Animals [The Very Unforgettable ...] (TS drafts)
f. 75.1 The "Place" of Nicola Chiaromonte ... (Galley and corrected proof)
f. 75.2 On the Demo, London [article, The Times, London, 8 Dec. 1968] (Galley proofs)
f. 75.3 F. W. Dupee [article] w/publisher's letter, 23 Jan 1979 (Galley proofs)
F. W. Dupee - See also 76.5 and 91.7 - 91.8.
f. 75.4 A Guide to Exiles, Expatriates, and Internal Exiles (Galley proofs)
f. 75.5 Narrative Techniques and Their Implications [Novel, Tale, and Romance] (Galley proofs)
f. 75.6 On Anna Karenina [On Rereading a Favorite Book] (Corrected galleys)
f. 75.7 If on a Winter's Night a Traveller [Acts of Love]: article, New York Review of Books, 25 June 1981 (Corrected proofs)
f. 75.8 La Traviata [Little, Brown edition] 23 May 1983 (Galleys w/publisher's letter)
f. 75.9 La Traviata [Little, Brown edition] 20 June 1983 (Proofs w/publisher's letter)
f. 75.10 La Traviata [Little, Brown edition] (Galley proofs)
f. 75.11 Green Animals [article, House and Garden, June 1983] (Corrected galleys)
f. 318.1 - 318.5 Author’s corrected galley proof, p. 1-217
f. 76.1 Occasional Prose (Publisher's correspondence and author's corrections)
f. 76.2 Occasional Prose (Dust jacket dummy)
f. 76.3 "Philip Rahv, 1908-1973," New York Times Book Review, 17 Feb 1974 (Article)
f. 76.4 "Saying Good-by to Hannah," The New York Review of Books, 22 Feb 1976 (Article)
f. 76.5 "F. W. Dupee, 1904-1979," The New York Review of Books, 8 Mar 1979 (Article)
"F. W. Dupee, 1904-1979" - See also 75.3 and 91.7 - 91.8
f. 76.6 "Novel, Tale, Romance," The New York Review of Books, 12 May 1983 (Article)
f. 76.7 "The Tolstoy Connection," Saturday Review, 16 Sep 1972 (Article)
f. 76.8 "Novel Choice: Mary McCarthy on Anna Karenina," The Observer, London?] (Article)
f. 76.9 "The Lasting Power of the Political Novel," The New York Times Book Review, 1 Jan 1984 (Article)
f. 76.10 "In the Family Way," The New York Review of Books, 8 Dec 1983 (Article)
f. 76.11 "The Rake's Progress," The New York Review of Books, 5 Nov 1981 (Article)
f. 76.12 "The Indomitable Miss Brayton," House and Garden, Dec 1983 (Article)
f. 76.13 - 76.14 Without Marx or Jesus (Reviews)
f. 76.15-.17 Occasional Prose (Reviews)
How I Grew (1987)
f. 77.1 - 77.3 TS variants: Chapters 1-4
f. 78.1 - 78.5 TS variants: Chapters 3-7
f. 79.1 - 79.7 TS variants: Chapters 8-9
f. 79.8 TS variants and notes: Chapter 9
f. 80.1 - 80.9 TS draft [final version?]: Chapters 1-9
f. 319.1 - 319.7 Chapters 1-6
f. 319.8 - 319.9 Original copy edited MS, p. 1-100
f. 320.1 - 320.3 Original copy edited MS, p. 101-245
f. 320.4 Glossary by Carol Brightman
f. 320.5 - 320.9 Photocopy unedited MS, p. 1-245
f. 321.1 - 321.3 Corrected page proof, p. 1-278
f. 322.1 - 322.4 Corrected galley proof, p. 1-171
f. 81.1 Galley proofs: How I Grew [the book]
f. 81.2 Galley proof [?]: "How I Grew" [article, Vanity Fair? ]
f. 81.3 Proofs and publisher's correspondence (1983): "Personal History, pt. I" (article, The New Yorker, 7 July 1986)
f. 81.4 Proofs: "Personal History, pt. II" (article, The New Yorker, 14 July 1986)
f. 82.1 Article: "How I Grew" ( Vanity Fair, Mar. 1986)
f. 82.2 Articles: "Personal History: Getting an Education, pts. I-II" ( The New Yorker, 7 and 14 July 1986)
f. 82.3 - 82.4 Readers' correspondence, 1986-1988
f. 82.5 - 82.6 Reviews
f. 322.5 - 322.8 Unidentified
f. 323.1 Annie Wright Seminary
f. 323.2 Early material autobiography
f. 323.3 Fragments, Chapters 1-2
f. 323.4 Father’s letters and desk calender
f. 323.5 How I Grew (Fragments)
f. 323.6 Fragments
f. 323.7 Notes for autobiography
Intellectual Memoirs (1992)
f. 82.7 - 82.8 Research material
f. 324.1 Autobiography – Vol. II
f. 324.2 Frani Blough
f. 324.3 Variants of chapter 2
f. 324.4 How I Grew - For Vol. II
f. 324.5 For Volume II of How I Grew
f. 324.6 Manuscript - Autobiography - Vol. II
f. 324.7 Volume Two
f. 82.9 - 82.12 TS variants: Chapter 1
f. 82.13 TS draft: Chapter 2
f. 82.14 - 82.17 TS variants: Chapters 2-3
f. 325.1 - 325.3 Chapters 1-3
f. 325.4 Forward by Elizabeth Hardwick
f. 325.5 - 325.6 MS, p. 1-77
f. 325.7 Manuscript preparation
f. 325.8 - 325.9 Master Galleys, p. i – iv, 1-71
f. 325.10 - 325.12 Master pages, p. i – xxii, 1-114
f. 325.13 Autobiography v.2, p. 63-78
f. 325.14 Summary and beginning pages
f. 325.15 Unmarked pages
f. 326.1 - 326.2 Manuscript pages - various
f. 326 Manuscript autobiography [MISSING as of June 2007]
Journal articles by McCarthy
f. 83.1 "Our Actors and the Critics, pt. I," The Nation, 8 May 1937 (Article)
f. 83.2 "The Actors and the Critics, pt. II," The Nation, 15 May 1937 (Article)
f. 83.3 "Two in Our Time," Partisan Review, Summer 1939 (TS draft)
f. 83.4 "The Company Is Not Responsible," The New Yorker, 2 (Article)
f. 83.5 "A Filmy Vision of the War," Town and Country, Apr 1944 (Article)
f. 83.6 "Portrait of a Typical Negro?" New Leader, 13 June 1945 (TS draft)
f. 83.7 "The Iliad, or, The Poem of Force," politics Pamphlet no. 1, 1947 (Article)
f. 83.8 "The Unspoiled Reaction" (TS draft)
f. 83.9 "The Unspoiled Reaction," Atlantic Monthly, March 1946 (Article)
f. 83.10 "The Season Was Good in Enfer This Summer," Town and Country, Nov 1946 (TS draft - fragment)
f. 83.10 "The Season Was Good in Enfer This Summer," Town and Country, 30 Jan 1947 (letter)
f. 83.11 "Theater Chronicle: Sartre and the McCoy," politics, Winter 1949 (Article)
f. 83.12 "Greenwich Village at Night," New York Post series, Feb-Mar 1950 (TS drafts)
f. 83.13 - 83.22 "Greenwich Village at Night," New York Post series, Feb-Mar 1950 (Articles)
f. 83.23 "New Trends in American Education," The Listener, 24 July 1952 (Article)
f. 83.24 "The Menace to Free Journalism in America," The Listener, 14 May 1953 (Article)
f. 83.25 "The Revolt of the [American] Authors," 26 Nov 1953 (TS draft w/article)
f. 83.26 "Thoughts of an American in England," The Listener, 17 June 1954 (Article)
f. 83.27 "Brunelleschi's Dome" (TS draft)
f. 83.28 "Brunelleschi's Dome", Harper's Bazaar, Sep 1959 (Article)
f. 83.29 "Letter to a Translator: About `The Group,'" Encounter, Nov 1964 (Article)
f. 83.30 "Mary McCarthy Ad-libs on Shakespeare's Women... " Vogue, [1964?] (Article)
f. 83.31 "Verdict on Osborne" (Advance proofs)
f. 83.32 "Verdict on Osborne," The Observer, London, 4 July 1965 (Article)
f. 83.33 "Verdict on Osborne" (Readers' correspondence and clippings)
f. 83.34 "Conversation Piece" [an interview w/Janet Flanner], New York Times, 21 Nov 1965 (Typescript, photocopy of recorded interview)
f. 83.35 Books of the Year, The Observer, London, 19 Dec. 1965? (TS draft)
f. 84.1 "Notes on the Election," The New York Review of Books, 24 Oct 1968 (TS draft)
f. 84.2 "La Situazione attuale in America," 1968? (Article)
f. 84.3 "The Editor Interviews ... Mary McCarthy" (TS draft)
f. 84.4 "The Editor Interviews ... Mary McCarthy," Modern Occasions, Fall 1970 (Article)
f. 84.5 [Christmas Books], The Observer (London), 1970 (TS draft w/article)
f. 326.6 "Imagination, Anyone?" Newsweek, 10 June 1972 (Article)
f. 84.6 - 84.7 [Election 1972 -- campaign issues], Newsweek, 1972 (Teletype and TS draft)
f. 84.8 "On Colonel Risner," The New York Review of Books, 7 Mar 1974 (Galleys)
f. 84.9 [Christmas Books], The Observer (London), 1974 (TS draft w/article)
f. 84.10 "Postscript to Nixon," The New York Review of Books, [Oct 1974] (Article)
f. 84.11 "Observer Christmas Books," The Observer (London), 12 Dec 1976 (TS draft )
f. 84.12 "The End of Vietnam," The New York Review of Books, [1976?] (TS draft )
f. 84.13 "Vietnam," Le Monde, [1976?] (TS draft)
f. 84.35 Harold Rosenberg memorial, New York Times, 6 May 1979 (MS draft, memorial card, clipping)
f. 84.14 "Christmas Books, 1978," The Observer (London), 17 Dec 1978 (TS draft)
f. 84.15 "Jim Farrell," The New York Review of Books, 8 Nov 1979 (TS draft w/ article)
f. 84.16 "The Novels that Got Away," New York Times Book Review, 25 Nov 1979 (TS drafts w/article)
f. 84.17 [Christmas Books], The Observer (London), [ca. 1979] (TS draft)
f. 393.4 "A Divorcess on Gay Street: Meetings and Memories," Interview Magazine, January 1980
f. 84.18 Observer Christmas Books 1980, The Observer (London), 1980 (TS draft)
f. 84.19 "Symposium: I Would Like to Have Written...," New York Times Book Review, 6 Dec 1981 (TS draft - fragment)
f. 84.20 "Pearl Harbor," Newsday, 7 Dec 1981 (TS draft)
f. 84.21 "Christmas Books - 1981," The Observer (London), 1981 (TS draft)
f. 84.22 "Green Thoughts: A Writer in the Garden," [review] New York Review of Books, [1981?] (corrected proofs)
f. 84.23 "Lété des Rapaces," Playboy, French edition, May 1982 (Proofs w/article)
f. 84.24 "Watergate Over the Dam," New York Review of Books, [ca. 1982] (Article)
f. 84.24 "A Burst of Pride," Newsday, [ca. 1982] (Article)
f. 84.25 "Love and Death in the Pacific," The New York Times Book Review, 22 Apr 1984 (TS drafts w/MS notes)
f. 84.26 "Love and Death in the Pacific," The New York Times Book Review, 22 Apr. 1984 (TS drafts)
f. 326.3 - 326.5 Chiaromonte – General, 1984-1986
f. 326.7 Chiaromonte – The Paradox of History, ca. 1985 (Postface draft)
f. 84.27 "Breeders, Wives and Unwomen," The New York Times Book Review, 9 Feb 1986 (Background notes and correspondence)
f. 84.28 - 84.29 "Breeders, Wives and Unwomen," The New York Times Book Review, 9 Feb 1986 (TS drafts)
f. 84.30 "Useless Freedom," Annandale magazine, [Spring 1988?] (TS draft w/MS biographical notes )
f. 84.31 "Useless Freedom," Annandale magazine, [Spring 1988?] (Clipping and proofs)
f. 84.31 Letter with editorial notes regarding "Useless Freedom," Annandale magazine, 30 Mar 1988
f. 84.32 "Theater Chronicle: A Touch of the Poet ...," Partisan Review, n.d. (Galley)
f. 84.33 "Letter to the Editor," Partisan Review, n.d. (TS draft w/article)
f. 84.34 Miscellaneous McCarthy reviews of others' works
Unpublished Works by McCarthy (alphabetical)
f. 85.1 Comparison Between Italian and American Literary World n.d.: TS draft
f. 85.2 For Janet Flanner (1978): TS draft
f. 85.3 Good-bye to Martha McGahan (1976): TS draft
f. 85.4 Harold Rosenberg n.d.: MS draft
f. 85.5 The Lost Week or The Caged Lion (1945): TS draft
f. 85.6 Mr. T, Mr. and Mrs.A, the B's n.d.: TS draft
f. 85.7 On The Siege of Krishnapur [ca. 1974]: TS draft
f. 85.8 Remembering Wystan H. Auden ... (1973): TS (photocopy)
f. 85.9 The Ropes n.d.: TS draft
f. 85.10 [Fragments] of miscellaneous works, (MS, TS)
f. 85.11 [Fragments] of unfinished notes for essays and unfinished letters, (MS, TS)
f. 85.12 "Mutualite" (TS)
Notes and Notebooks of McCarthy
f. 86.1 Notecards for courses taught by McCarthy at Bard College and Sarah Lawrence, 1945-1946, 1948 (includes one card on projected piece of New Yorker fiction)
f. 86.2 Notes for study of New Yorker fiction, ca. 1948
f. 87.9 Notebook — Florence, ca. 1955-1960
f. 87.10 Notebook — Venice, ca. 1955-1960
f. 87.5 Notebook — Arthur Miller case, ca. 1957
f. 87.7 Notebook — Travel, Italy, 1958
f. 87.3 Notebook — Miscellaneous observations, 1970-1978
f. 87.6 Notebook — Solzhenitsyn's August 1914 ca. 1972
f. 87.8 Notebook — Mostly reading notes: Italo Calvino, Marthe, F.W. Dupee, Chiaramonte, and more, ca. 1981-1985
f. 87.1 German lesson notes
f. 87.2 Salzberg seminar notes
f. 327.1 Aspen Congress — Notes
f. 327.2 Books on the Gothic Notebook
f. 327.3 Notebook
f. 327.4 Notebooks – French Gothic
f. 327.5 Notes, Journal, ca. 1952
f. 327.6 Notes - Nabakov letters
f. 327.7 The Stones of Florence notebook
f. 328.1 English Gothic notebook
f. 328.2 Miscellaneous Notes
f. 328.3 Notebook
f. 328.4 Notebook for Ideas and the Novel
f. 328.5 Notebook - The Gothic
f. 328.6 - 328.7 Notebooks
Contributions to Others' Works by McCarthy
Miscellaneous
f. 88.1 Exhibition catalogs: Scott and Fowles Galleries, NY, 1948, 1949, 1952 (3)
f. 88.2 Preface to The Guerillas, by Monique Wittig (1971): TS draft [fragment]
f. 88.3 Essay for Lebenstein `75: TS draft, MS notes, and correspondence (1972) [See oversized for booklet, Lebenstein '75.]
f. 88.4 "Looking Back on `Locos'": TS variants w/MS notes
f. 88.5 Correspondence re: "Looking Back on `Locos'"
f. 88.6 - 88.8 Alfau. Locos: A Comedy of Gestures, Elmwood Park, IL, Dalkey Archive Press, 1988: Galley proof
f. 88.9 "Looking Back ...," The New York Review of Books, 22 Dec 1988: Galleys of article
f. 88.10 "Looking Back ...," The New York Review of Books, 22 Dec 1988: Article
f. 88.11 "Two Discoveries": [Locos and Village Chronicle], The Nation, 27 June 1936: Article
f. 88.12 Preface to Niccolò Tucci, The Rain Came Last, New Directions, NY, 1990: MS notes, TS variants
Chiaromonte, Nicola
f. 89.1 Correspondence re: memorial volume on Chiaromonte and the Agnelli Foundation, 1972
f. 89.2 Translation by Ronald Strom of Chiaromonte article in The New York Review of Books, 20 Feb. 1975: TS draft
f. 89.3 Translation by McCarthy of Chiaromonte article in The New York Review of Books, 20 Feb. 1975: TS variants
f. 89.4 Chiaromonte article in The New York Review of Books, 20 Feb. 1975: TS variant [final version?]
f.89.5 Chiaromonte article in The New York Review of Books, 20 Feb. 1975, w/letter, 11 Nov. 1974, from Ron Silvers: Galleys
f. 89.6 Readers' correspondence, 1975-1976
f. 89.7 McCarthy's thoughts on Chiaromonte's The Paradox of History, TS notes, 1985 (photocopy)
f. 89.8 McCarthy's postface for Chiaromonte's The Paradox of History, 1985 (TS draft)
f. 89.9 Publisher's correspondence (1983) re: McCarthy's postface
f. 89.10 "The Unresigned Man," The New York Review of Books, 14 Feb. 1985: Corrected galley proofs of article
f. 89.11 "The Unresigned Man," The New York Review of Books, 14 Feb. 1985: Article
f. 89.12 Chiaromonte obituaries
f. 90.1 Theatre book — Index and notes
f. 90.2 - 90.4 Theatre book — Photocopies of essays
f. 90.5 - 90.6 Miscellaneous photocopies
Dupee, F. W. The King of Cats (2nd ed., Chicago, c1984)
f. 91.1 Reference material
f. 91.2 - 91.6 TS variant (several versions)
f. 91.7 Corrected galley proofs: article: "On F. W. Dupee," The New York Review of Books, 27 Oct. 1983 [See also 75.3 and 76.5.]
f. 91.8 Article: "On F. W. Dupee," The New York Review of Books, 27 Oct. 1983
f. 91.9-.10 Publishers' correspondence re: preface and article, 1983-1984
f. 91.11 Reviews: The King of Cats
The Worlds of Fiction (1964)
f. 91.12 TS draft: Preface w/correspondence (1962). [See also McCarthy TS draft of "The Unspoiled Reaction": f. 83.7.]

SERIES II. PUBLISHING FILES

Agents' Correspondence
f. 331.3 A.M. Heath (Patience Ross), 1954-1955
f. 98.1 - 98.12 A. M. Heath, 1957-1965
f. 99.1 - 99.17 A. M. Heath, 1966-1970
f. 100.1 - 100.16 A. M. Heath, 1971-1978
f. 101.1 - 101.12 A. M. Heath, 1979-1984
f. 102.1 -102.12 A. M. Heath, 1985-1989
f. 331.4 A.M. Heath, 1989
f. 331.5 Brandt and Brandt (Bernice Baumgarter), 1942-1943, 1948-1959
f. 331.6 Brandt and Brandt (Bernice Baumgarter), 1942-1944, 1946-1959
f. 103.1 - 103.9 Brandt and Brandt (Bernice Baumgarten), 1942-1957
f. 331.7 Bernice Baumgarten, 1958-1959, n.d.
f. 103.10 - 103.11 Brandt and Brandt (Bernice Baumgarten), 1959-1965
f. 104.1 - 104.4 Brandt and Brandt (not Baumgarten), 1949, 1958-1971, 1979
f. 104.5 LaPautre, Michelle, 1985-1986
f. 104.6 La Novelle Agence, 1983-1988
American Publishers' Correspondence
f. 332.1 Farrar, Straus and Young Inc. (Roger W. Straus Jr.), 1954, 1956-1959
f. 105.1 - 105.4 Farrar, Straus, and Cudahy, 1956-1963
f. 105.5 Farrar, Straus, and Company, 1964-1965
f. 105.6 - 105.11 Farrar, Straus, and Giroux, 1966-1988
f. 332.2 Harcourt, Brace and Co. (William Jovanovich), 1950, 1955, 1958
f. 332.3 Harcourt, Brace and Co. (Denver Lindley), 1950-1959
f. 106.1 - 106.2 Harcourt, Brace, and Co., 1957-1960
f. 106.3 - 106.13 Harcourt, Brace, and World, 1961 - 1967
f. 107.1 - 107.15 Harcourt, Brace, and World, 1968-1973
f. 108.1 - 108.15 Harcourt Brace Jovanovich, 1974-1978
f. 109.1 - 109.13 Harcourt Brace Jovanovich, 1979 - Sep 1983
f. 110.1 - 110.8 Harcourt Brace Jovanovich, Oct 1983 - May 1986
f. 111.1 - 111.9 Harcourt Brace Jovanovich, June 1986 - Dec 1988, n.d.
f. 332.4 Harcourt Brace Jovanovich, 1988-1989
f. 332.5 - 332.7 Harcourt Brace Jovanovich - How I Grew – Letter, 1986-1989
f. 332.8 - 332.9 Harcourt Brace Jovanovich - Trust, 1988-1990
f. 332.10 Personality: Smopsia on Topical Issues (Werner Wolff), 1950
f. 333.1 Alfred A. Knopf Inc. (Alice Quinn)
f. 333.2 William Cole (Alfred A- Knopf Incorporated)
f. 112.1 American Foundation for Social Justice, 1970
f. 112.2 Bobbs-Merrill, 1969
f. 333.3 Bollingen Series (John Barrett)
f. 112.3 D. C. Heath, 1987
f. 112.4 David McKay Company, 1977
f. 112.5 - 112.6 Doubleday, 1969-1983, n.d.
f. 112.7 Ecco Press, 1982
f. 112.8 - 112.10 Franklin Library, 1976-1983
f. 112.11 G. P. Putnam's Sons, 1987-1988
f. 333.4 Harper Brothers (Alice Morris)
f. 333.5 Harper Brothers (Simon Michael Bessie)
f. 112.12 Harper and Row, 1970-1973
f. 112.13 Herder and Herder, 1969
f. 112.14 Holt, Rinehart, and Winston, 1972-1984
f. 112.15 Jeannette Hopkins [agent], 1974-1976
f. 112.16 Houghton Mifflin, 1942-1972
f. 333.6 Hardwick? (Houghton Mifflin Company)
f. 333.7 Intercultural Publications Inc. (James Laughlin)
f. 112.17 Iona College, 1973
f. 112.18 Jordan Davies, 1986
f. 113.1 Knopf, 1977-1988
f. 333.8 Random House Inc. (Robert Linscott)
f. 333.9 Robert Linscott (Random House Inc.)
f. 113.2 Little, Brown, and Co., 1983
f. 113.3 MacMillan, 1962-1986
f. 113.4 McGraw Hill, 1973
f. 333.10 Meridian Books, Inc. (Arthur Cohen)
f. 113.5 NAL (New American Library), 1957-1974
f. 113.6 New Republic Books, 1982-1984
f. 113.7 New York Public Library, 1977
f. 113.8 North Point Press, 1985
f. 113.9 Pantheon, 1946, 1960-1987
f. 333.11 Pendle Hill Pamplets (Peter Docili)
f. 113.10 Persea, 1982
f. 113.11 Pinnacle Books, 1978
f. 113.12 Random House, 1949-1984
f. 113.13 Reynal and Co., 1962
f. 333.12 Reynal and Company Publishers (Eugene Reynal)
f. 113.14 Richard Seaver Books, 1976
f. 113.15 Seabury Press, 1971
f. 113.16 Simon and Schuster, 1971-1982
f. 113.17 Spindrift Press, 1974
f. 113.18 St. Martin's Press, 1981-1982
f. 113.19 Ticknor and Fields, 1988
f. 113.20 Time Capsule, Inc., 1982
f. 113.21 Times Books, 1983-1984
f. 113.22 TCLC, 1987-1988
f. 113.23 University of Chicago Press, 1984-1986
f. 113.24 University of Missouri Press, 1980
f. 113.25 University of Pennsylvania Press, 1983-1984
f. 113.26 Urizen Books, 1977
f. 113.27 Viking Press, 1971-83
f. 113.28 W. W. Norton, 1970-1971
f. 113.29 William Morrow, 1969
f. 113.30 Yale University Press, 1983
f. 113.31 Miscellaneous U.S. publishers, 1957-1986, n.d.
f. 333.13 Publishers – Others
Foreign Publishers' Correspondence
f. 114.1 Andre Deutsch, n.d.
f. 114.2 Athlone, 1983
f. 114.3 "Authors Take Sides on the Falklands," 1982
f. 114.4 Carl Hanser Verlag, 1985
f. 114.5 Collins, 1986
f. 333.14 Der Monat – (Melvin Lasky)
f. 333.15 Melvin Lasky – Der Monat
f. 114.6 Droemersche Verlagsanstalt, 1969-1982
f. 114.7 Éditions Alinea, 1985
f. 114.8 Éditions Bernard Grasset, 1971-1984
f. 114.9 Éditions Denoel, 1983
f. 114.10 Éditions Du Seuil, 1962
f. 114.11 Éditions Gallimard, 1969-1980
f. 114.12 Éditions Gonthier, 1964-1965
f. 114.13 Éditions Jean-Jacques Pauvert, 1967
f. 114.14 Éditions Mazarine, 1981
f. 114.15 Éditions Robert Laffont, 1971-1979
f. 114.16 Éditions Stock, 1963-1983
f. 114.17 Editôra Artenova, 1976
f. 114.18 Editore Einaudi, 1983
f. 114.19 Editorial Lumen, 1971
f. 114.20 Editorial Seix Barral, 1964-1966
f. 114.21 Europa Verlag, 1972
f. 114.22 Giangiacomo Feltrinelli, 1962-1982
f. 114.23 Hart-Davis, 1962-1963
f. 114.24 Hayakawa, Shobo and Co., 1968-1971
f. 114.25 Heinemann, 1957-1967, n.d.
f. 114.26 Kooperativa Förbundet Bokförlaget, 1949
f. 114.27 Il Mulino, 1983-1985
f. 115.1 Jonathan Cape, Ltd., 1966
f. 115.2 Lester and Orpen Dennys, 1981
f. 115.3 Librairie Arthème Fayard, 1969-1979
f. 115.4 Librairie Arthème Fayard, 1986-1988, n.d.
f. 115.5 Librairie Ernest Flammarion, 1971
f. 115.6 Librairie Plon, 1962-1963
f. 333.16 L’Oeil (Rosamond Bernier)
f. 115.7 Luchterhand Verlag, 1981
f. 115.8 MacDonald and Co., 1969
f. 115.9 - 115.10 Mondadori, 1961-1979
f. 115.11 Olympia Press, 1962
f. 333.17 The Paris Review (Jeanne McCulloch)
f. 115.12 Penguin Books, 1973-1984
f. 115.13 Peter Owen Ltd., 1965-1974
f. 115.14 Piper Verlag, 1961-1986
f. 115.15 Polak En Van Gennep, 1965
f. 333.18 Preuves (-Francois Bondy)
f. 333.19 Punch
f. 115.16 René Julliard 1962
f. 115.17 Rowohlt Verlag 1965
f. 333.20 R. Piper and Coverlag (Klaus Piper)
f. 115.18 - 115.19 Sellerio editore, 1983-1984
f. 115.20 Spóldzielnia Wydawnicza, 1967
f. 115.21 Trevi Publishers, 1971-1979
f. 115.22 Ugo Guanda, 1961
f. 115.23 Ulla Culioli, 1973-1974
f. 115.24 Verlag Kiepenheuer and Witsch, 1962
f. 116.1 - 116.4 Weidenfeld, 1963-1988
f. 333.21 Weidenfeld and Nicholson Limited Publishers (George Weidenfeld)
f. 333.22 Weidenfeld
f. 116.5 Wildwood House, 1972
f. 116.6 Wydawnictwo Literackie, 1981
f. 333.23 Die Zeit
f. 116.7 Miscellaneous foreign publishers, 1958-1987, n.d.
Publishers' Correspondence: Magazines and Newspapers
f. 334.1 Magazines and Newspapers
f. 334.2 The American Mercury (Joseph Breed)
f. 117.1 The American Poetry Review, 1976-1986
f. 117.2 The Atlantic Monthly, 1966-1974, n.d.
f. 334.3 Commentary (Norman Podhoretz)
f. 334.4 Commentary (Robert Warshow)
f. 117.3 Encounter, 1957-1967
f. 117.4 Esquire, 1970-1983, n.d.
f. 334.5 Harper’s Magazine (Kay Jackson)
f. 117.5 Harper's Magazine, 1959-1984
f. 334.6 Holiday : A Curtis Publication (Harry Sions)
f. 117.6 House and Garden w/ corr. from Hans Hertel [See also Folder 200.9.], 1983-1985, n.d.
f. 334.7 The Kenyon Review (Philip Blair Rice)
f. 117.7 Libération [see also oversize issue with clippings series], 1985
f. 117.8 Libri Paese Seri, 1970
f. 117.9 Listener, 1971
f. 117.10 London Review of Books, 1981-1985
f. 117.11 MD Publications, 1977
f. 117.12 Ms., 1976
f. 117.13 The New Republic, 1962-1975, n.d.
f. 334.9 The New Republic (Gilbert Harrison)
f. 334.8 New Republic (Robert Evett)
f. 117.14 The New Statesman, 1962-1971, n.d.
f. 334.15 N.Y. Herald Tribune (Whitelaw Reid)
f. 117.15 New York Post, 1988
f. 334.16 New York Post: Home News (James Vechsler)
f. 117.16 - 117.18 The New York Review of Books, 1963 - May 1976
f. 118.1 - 118.6 The New York Review of Books, June 1976 - Mar 1989, n.d.
f. 334.14 New York Review of Books
f. 118.7 - 118.8 The New York Times, Oct 1965 - Sep 1988, n.d.
f. 334.10 The New Yorker
f. 334.11 The New Yorker (Leo Hofeller)
f. 334.12 The New Yorker (R. Hawley Truax)
f. 334.13 New Yorker (Katherine White)
f. 119.1 - 119.7 The New Yorker, 1953-1987, n.d.
f. 119.8 Newsday, 1981-1982
f. 119.9 Newsweek, n.d.
f. 120.1 Nova, 1969-1970
f. 120.2 Le Novel Observateur, 1964-1974
f. 120.3 - 120.4 The Observer, London, 1961-1988
f. 334.17 The Observer
f. 120.5 The Paris Review, 1986-1988, n.d.
f. 120.6 - 120.7 The Partisan Review, 1959-1988, n.d.
f. 334.18 The Partisan Review (William Philips)
f. 120.8 Playboy, 1959-1971
f. 334.19 The Pontiac Press (J. Dickerson)
f. 334.20 The Reporter (Philip Horton)
f. 120.9 The Saturday Review, 1972-1973, n.d.
f. 334.21 The Saturday Review (Norman Cousins)
f. 120.10 The Southern Review, 1964-1966
f. 334.22 Strook and Strook and Lowan (Alan Strook)
f. 120.11 The Sunday Telegraph, London, 1961
f. 120.12 The Sunday Times, London, 1968-1987, n.d.
f. 334.23 "This Week Magazine" (William Nicholas)
f. 120.13 Time/Life, 1966-1972
f. 120.14 The Times Herald Record, Middletown, NY, 1988
f. 334.24 Town and Country Magazine (Harry Bowll)
f. 120.15 TV Guide, 1982
f. 120.16 Vanity Fair, 1984-1986
f. 120.17 The Yale Review, 1982-1983
f. 120.18 Die Zeit, 1975-1982
f. 120.19 Miscellaneous magazines, 1960-1983
Photographers and Translators' Correspondence
f. 121.1 Antman, Mark, 1978, n.d.
f. 121.2 Beaton, Cecil, [n.d., n.y.]
Freire, Carlos [See f. 195.2 - 195.9]
f. 121.3 Freund, Gisele, 1977
f. 121.4 Kasterine, Dmitri, 1984
f. 121.5 McKenna, Rollie, 1969
Morath, Ingeborg [See Miller, Ingeborg, f. 212.5]
f. 121.6 Nathans, Rhoda, 1974
f. 121.7 Salmi, Sylvia [d. 1979, Mexico], 1964-1990
f. 121.8 Wise, K. Kelly, 1981-1986
f. 121.9 Miscellaneous photographers: (Avedon, Bauer, Hall, Kalter, Nisbert, Raynor, Victor, Wilson), 1971-1987, n.d.
f. 121.10 Translators, 1960-1979
f. 121.11 Translators, 1987-1988
f. 334.25 - 334.26 Translations – Giroud
f. 121.12 - 121.13 Translations: McCarthy's MS notes of translations of Ideas and the Novel, Occasional Prose, The Oasis, Feb - Mar 1988
Publishing/Broadcasting Contracts
f. 334.27 British Broadcasting Corporation
f. 334.28 BBC
f. 122.1 Farrar, Straus and Cudahy, 1956-1961
f. 122.2 Farrar, Straus and Young, 1954
f. 122.3 Harcourt, Brace and World, Jan 1950 - July 1972
f. 122.4 Harcourt, Brace and World
f. 122.5 Harcourt Brace Jovanovich
f. 122.6 The New American Library (NAL), 1962-1963
f. 122.7 The New Yorker, 1958-1983
f. 122.8 Random House, 1949-1961
f. 334.29 University of Maine – MPBN Radio Grant
f. 122.9 Miscellaneous U.S. publishers, 1940-1965
f. 122.10 Miscellaneous U.S. publishers, 1970-1984
f. 335.1 Contracts – American
f. 335.2 Contracts – Foreign
f. 122.11 Brazilian publishers
f. 122.12 Canadian publishers
f. 122.13 Danish publishers
f. 122.14 Dutch publishers
f. 122.15 - 122.16 English publishers
f. 123.1 Finnish, Norwegian and Icelandic publishers
f. 123.2 - 123.3 French publishers
f. 123.4 German publishers
f. 123.5 Hebrew publishers
f. 123.6 Hungarian publishers
f. 123.7 - 123.8 Italian publishers
f. 123.9 Japanese publishers
f. 123.10 Polish publishers
f. 123.11 Portuguese publishers
f. 123.12 Spanish publishers
f. 123.13 Swedish publishers
f. 123.14 Swiss publishers
f. 123.15 Yugoslavia/Rumania publishers
Copyrights
f. 123.16 - 123.17 U.S. copyrights
f. 123.18 Foreign copyrights
f. 335.3 Copyright – various
f. 335.4 Kathrine Young
Royalties
f. 335.5 Negative Royalty Statements, 1981
f. 335.6 - 335.7 Royalty Statements, 1986-1988
f. 335.8 Royalty Statement, HBJ
f. 335.9 Royalty Statements and Equitable and Deposits, 1982
f. 124.1 Royalties — A. M. Heath, 1967, 1972
f. 124.2 Royalties — Brandt and Brandt, 1953-1967
f. 124.3 Royalties — Droemersche Verlagsanstalt Th. Knaur Nachf, 1967-1972
f. 124.4 Royalties — Farrar, Straus and Giroux, 1956-1972
f. 124.5 Royalties — George Weidenfeld and Nicolson, 1956-1972
f. 124.6 Royalties — Harcourt, Brace and Company, 1955-1960
f. 124.7 Royalties — Harcourt, Brace and Company, 1966-1972
f. 124.8 Royalties — Western Printing and Lithographing Company, 1955-1959
f. 124.9 Royalties — William Heineman, 1950-1972
f. 124.10 Royalties — Film version of The Group, 1971-1973
f. 125.1 Royalties — Miscellaneous bank documents,
f. 125.2 Royalties — Miscellaneous,
Permissions
f. 335.10 Permissions (for copyright)
f. 335.11 Permissions
f. 125.3 - 125.10 Permissions, 1960-1971
f. 126.1 - 126.10 Permissions, 1970-1980
f. 127.1 - 127.9 Permissions, 1981-1988, n.d.

SERIES III. PROFESSIONAL FILES

Requests
Requests to Interview
f. 130.1 Ahmed, B., 1982
f. 130.2 Belgian Radio and Television (Folmer), 1985-1986
f. 130.3 - 130.7 British Broadcasting Corporation, 1962-1988
f. 130.8 Bentley, Joanne, 1982
f. 130.9 Brook Productions [for British TV discussion: "Art, Repression and Freedom"], 1982-1983
f. 130.10 CBS News, 1963-1985
f. 130.11 Canadian Broadcasting Corporation, 1968-1977
f. 130.12 Dabney, Lewis, 1971-1984
f. 336.2 Interview with Elizabeth Daniels, Vassar Campus, 1982
f. 130.13 Danmarks Radio, 1966-1967
f. 130.14 Davis, Linda, 1983
f. 130.15 Dick Cavett Show, 1979
f. 336.3 Interview with Elzbieta Ettinger
f. 130.16 Fineberg, Roberta, 1985-1986
f. 130.17 Horne, Jed, 1987
f. 130.18 Kuehl, Linda [for Commonweal ], 1970-1972
f. 130.19 Lees, Richard, 1981-82
f. 130.20 MacShane, Frank, 1982
f. 130.21 Maine Public Broadcasting, 1982-1987
f. 130.22 McGraw-Hill World News, 1968
f. 130.23 Moore, Geoffrey, 1982
f. 130.24 NBC-TV, 1966
f. 130.25 NRC Handelsblad, 1973-1985
f. 130.26 Niebuhr, Elisabeth, 1961
f. 130.27 Oltmans, Willem (A. W. Bruna and Zoons), 1972-1973
f. 130.28 Orchard, P. B., 1985-1986
f. 130.29 Paris Metro, 1977-1978
f. 130.30 Sender Freies Berlin, 1972
f. 131.1 Underwood, Thomas A., 1987
f. 131.2 Village Voice, 1974-1975
f. 131.3 Waldron, Ann, 1985
f. 131.4 Wetzsteon, Ross, 1986-1988
f. 131.5 Wineapple, Brenda, 1986-1987
f. 131.6 Women's Wear Daily, 1970-1987
f. 131.7 - 131.8 Wreszin, Michael, 1986-1988
f. 131.9 Yale University (correspondence w/transcript of interview), 1958
f. 131.10 - 131.18 Miscellaneous requests to interview, 1961-1978
f. 132.1 - 132.11 Miscellaneous requests to interview, 1979-1988, n.d.
f. 336.1 Requests for interview, 1989
Interview Texts and Transcripts
f. 133.1 "Academic Life in the U.S. Today" [Recorded talk by McCarthy], 20 June 1952 (TS)
f. 133.2 "Talking of Books" [BBC program, 1953]: TS mimeo, 1953
f. 133.3 "A Talk with Mary McCarthy [Nowa Cultura (Poland), 30 June 1960, by Cecylia Wojewoda]: English translation w/Polish article
f. 133.4 Interview texts (3)
f. 133.5 "Domande à Mary McCarthy [TV interview, Feb. 1964]: TS w/note
f. 133.6 Interview with Michael Millman: TS w/ltr., 4/18/1964
f. 133.7 Interview w/Radio Liberty : TS mimeo, 1965
f. 133.8 Interview with Janet Flanner : TS w/corr., 1965
f. 133.9 "No Mean City -- Mary McCarthy's Paris": Notes
f. 133.10 "No Mean City -- Mary McCarthy's Paris": TS variants
f. 133.11 "No Mean City -- Mary McCarthy's Paris": Transcript of BBC interview, 3/28/1965
f. 133.12 Interview w/Edwin Newman: TS mimeo, 12/4/1966
f. 133.13 Interview w/CBC: TS, 1968
f. 133.14 Interview w/Netherlandse Televisie Stichting: TS w/ltr. [1968], 5/10/68
f. 133.15 Interview w/Pierre Dommerques : TS w/ltr., 5/22/1971
f. 133.16 ["Miss McCarthy Explains," New York Times Book Review (5/16/71), by Jean François Revel]: TS: Interview w/the New York Times
f. 133.17 Interview w/Nuala O'Faolain (BBC) for Harper's Magazine (1972): Galley proof?
f. 133.18 Interview w/Ioan Comsa [exclusive for SECOLUL 20, 1976]
f. 133.19 Interview w/Miriam Gross ( The Observer, London) ["A World Out of Joint," 10/10/79], (TS w/corrections)
f. 133.20 "Art, Repression and Freedom" Edited version of televised broadcast of discussion of George Steiner, Joseph, and Mary McCarthy (1983): [Proofs of Times Literary Supplement article?]
f. 133.21 Interview w/Mary McCarthy, by Carol Brightman (9/25/80), (Photocopy of corrected TS)
f. 133.22 - 133.23 Interview w/Kevin McCarthy, [1979?] (Photocopy of corrected TS)
f. 133.24 Interview w/NBC, n.d. (Corrected TS)
f. 133.25 Interview w/ Panorama, n.d. (Corrected TS)
f. 133.26 BBC Robert Lowell film, 1980 (Correspondence, no transcript)
Requests to Speak
f. 134.1 American College in Paris, 1963-1969
f. 134.2 American Committee for Cultural Freedom: TS variants of lecture at Waldorf Conference, n.d.
f. 134.3 Amherst College, 1962-1986
f. 134.4 [Amsterdam Lecture]: TS draft: "Politics and Literature," n.d.
f. 134.5 Aspen Institute for Humanistic Studies, 1970
f. 134.6 Aspen Institute for Humanistic Studies, 1985
f. 134.7 - 134.8 Associazione Culturale Italiana, 1968/1969
f. 134.9 Bard College, 1961-1982
f. 134.10 Bayshore/Brightwaters Public Library, 1971-1973
f. 134.11 Boston College, 1974-1983
f. 134.12 Brandeis University, 1960-1964
f. 134.13 Brown University, 1960
f. 135.1 Carnegie Institute, Museum of Art
f. 135.2 Centre culturel américain, 1965
f. 135.3 City Arts and Lectures, San Franciso (Sydney Goldstein), 1984
f. 135.4 - 135.6 City Arts and Lectures, San Francisco, 1985-1986
f. 135.7 Colgate University, 1957-1958
f. 135.8 Collectieve Propaganda van het nederlandse boek, 1970
f. 135.9 Columbia University: TS draft: "Notes for Thirties Panel" 1959
f. 135.10 Congrès International pour l'Art et la Culture, 1983
f. 136.1 Congreso de Estudios Anglonorteamericanos de Salamanca: correspondence, 1980
f. 136.2 Congreso de Estudios Anglonorteamericanos de Salamanca: TS/MS draft: Narrative Techniques in Contemporary Fiction," 1980
f. 136.3 Congress for Cultural Freedom, 1960-1966
f. 136.4 Congress for Cultural Freedom: MS translation of Cultural Freedom talk: "Que menace la liberté culturelle?"
f. 136.5 Congress for Cultural Freedom: Voice of America version (rejected)
f. 136.6 Denver Public Library, 1985-1986
f. 136.7 Ezra Pound Centennial Conference, 1985
f. 136.8 Fairleigh-Dickinson University, 1983-1984
f. 136.9 Glasgow Program: transcript of panel discussion, 1973
f. 136.10 Goucher College, 1958
f. 137.1 Hancock Point (Maine) Library, 1987-1988
f. 137.2 Harbourfront Reading Series, 1982-1983
f. 137.3 Harvard University, 1961-1988
f. 137.4 Immagine Culturale dell'Italia all'Estero, 1979
f. 137.5 International P.E.N., 1964
f. 137.6 International P.E.N.: TS variants: "The Novel and Ideas," 1979
f. 137.7 International P.E.N., 1979
f. 137.8 International P.E.N. , 1962-1983
f. 137.9 - 137.10 International Writers' Conference (Edinburgh), 1962
f. 138.1 McGill University, 1981
f. 138.2 Marin College, 1981
f. 138.3 Mills College w/MS notes on "Ideas and the Novel," 1981
f. 138.4 Mount St. Mary's College, 1982-1984
f. 138.5 National Council of Teachers of English, 1973
f. 138.6 New School for Social Research (Hannah Arendt Conference), 1981
f. 138.7 New York State Writers Institute, 1985-1986
f. 138.8 New York University (Hannah Arendt Conference): TS draft: "Hannah Arendt and Politics," n.d.
f. 139.1 Northwestern University Lectures: correspondence, 1958-1959
f. 139.2 Northwestern University Lectures: lecture notes, 1958-1959
f. 139.3 - 139.5 Northwestern University Lectures: TS variants: "Characters in Fiction"
f. 139.6 - 139.8 Northwestern University Lectures: TS variants : "The Fact in Fiction"
f. 139.9 Österreichische Gesellschaft für Litertur, 1965-1967
f. 139.10 Ohio Wesleyan University, 1963-1964
f. 139.11 Pacific Lutheran University, 1985-1987
f. 139.12 Partisan Review symposium: TS draft, 1961
f. 140.1 - 140.3 The Poetry Center, The 92nd Y, 1958-1987
f. 140.4 Pologne (colloquium), 1982
f. 140.5 Realism and Reality Conference, 1963
f. 140.6 Society of American Archivists, 1986-1987
f. 140.7 St. Michael's College, 1980
f. 140.8 Texas Arts and Cultural Organization, 1980-1981
f. 140.9 Theatre of Ideas: MS draft speech, 1968
f. 140.10 The Threepenny Review, 1985-1986
f. 140.11 UNESCO: Dante celebration, 1965
f. 140.12 UNESCO: Dante celebration: TS draft lecture, 1965
f. 140.13 U.S. Information Service, 1983-1984
f. 140.14 - 140.15 U.S. State Department tour, 1959-1960
f. 140.16 University College, London: Lord Northcliffe Lectures: Correspondence, 1978-1980
f. 140.17 University College, London: Lord Northcliffe Lectures: TS draft: "Ideas and the Novel," 1980
f. 141.1 University of Aberdeen, 1973-1974
f. 141.2 - 141.4 University of California, Berkeley, 1962-1973 (36 items)
f. 141.5 University of Chicago, 1981-1982
f. 141.6 University of Delaware [?]:TS draft : "Contemporary Readings of Fact and Fiction," n.d.
f. 141.7 University of Kansas, Lawrence, 1973-1974
f. 141.8 University of Leiden: Huizinga Lecture, 1973-1975
f. 141.9 University of Maine, Orono, 1972
f. 141.10 - 141.11 University of Maine, Orono, 1980-1981
f. 141.12 University of Minnesota, 1972-1973
f. 141.13 The University, Southampton: Correspondence, 1980
f. 141.14 The University, Southampton: Hannah Arendt Memorial Lecture: Notes [See also audiotape: "Hannah Arendt Recollected," Friday, 14th Mar. 1980], 1980
f. 141.15 University of Vermont: Second Annual Critical Symposium: Program, 1950
f. 144.1 - 144.2 Washington University w/transcript of interview (9/27/83), 1976-1983
f. 144.3 Washington and Lee University, 1973-1974 (25 items)
f. 144.4 - 144.9 The Wheatland Foundation, Leeds Castle, 1985-1988
f. 144.10 Yale University, 1957-1958
f. 144.11 York University (Hannah Arendt Conference) w/ MS notes, 1972
f. 337.2 Speaking Engagements – NY and MN
f. 337.3 Speaking Engagements, 1988-1989
f. 144.12 Miscellaneous lecture notes, n.d.
f. 144.13 - 144.16 Misc. requests to speak, 1957-1963
f. 145.1 - 145.12 Misc. requests to speak, 1964-1970
f. 146.1 - 146.13 Misc. requests to speak, 1971-1981
f. 147.1 - 147.11 Misc. requests to speak, 1982-1988, n.d.
f. 337.1 Requests to speak – various
Requests for Panels and Juries
f. 148.1 Amerika-Haus/Frankfort Book Fair, 1965
f. 148.2 - 148.3 Booker Prize for Fiction, 1973
f. 148.4 - 148.5 Formentor Literary Prize, 1963-1965
f. 148.6 The Irish Press, 1975
f. 148.7-.8 Maine Arts Commission w/ TS variants of introduction, 1987-1988
f. 148.9 Nice Book Festival, 1971
f. 148.10-.11 National Book Awards, 1975-1976
Requests to Write
f. 337.5 Requests to write, 1955-1959
f. 149.1 - 149.11 Requests to write, 1957-1970
f. 150.1 - 150.9 Requests to write, 1971-1977
f. 151.1 -151.8 Requests to write, 1978-1983
f. 152.1 - 152.9 Requests to write, 1984-1988
f. 337.4 Requests to write, 1987, 1989
Miscellaneous Requests
f. 337.6 Autographs Requests
f. 337.7 Brandeis University (Claude Vigée)
f. 337.8 Carleton College (Robert Corrigan)
f. 337.9 The City College (Edgar Johnson)
f. 337.10 Colgate University (B. Berlind)
f. 337.11 The Harvard Law School Forum (William Parsley)
f. 337.12 John Simon Guggenheim Memorial Foundation (Henry Alley Moe)
f. 337.13 Julius Wile Sons and Co
f. 337.14 Middlebury College (Reginald Cook)
f. 337.15 (National Gallery of Art)
f. 337.16 The New York Teacher’s Guild (Cara Cook)
f. 337.17 New York University (Warren Bower)
f. 337.18 Nieman Foundation
f. 337.19 The Poetry Center (John Malcolm)
f. 337.20 Princeton University (E. B. O. Borgerhoff)
f. 337.21 Tulane University (Eamon M. Kelly)
f. 337.26 United States Department of State – NY (Nathan Glick)
f. 337.27 University of California (Mark Schorer)
f. 337.28 University of Illinois (Irving Lazar)
f. 337.29 University of New Mexico (E.W. Tedlock Jr.)
f. 337.30 University of Vermont (John Aldridge)
f. 337.31 US Office of War Information (Estelle Campbell)
f. 153.1 - 153.9 Miscellaneous requests, 1954-1965
f. 154.1 - 154.10 Miscellaneous requests, 1966-1968
f. 155.1 - 155.10 Miscellaneous requests, 1969 - March 1971
f. 156.1 - 156.9 Miscellaneous requests, Apr 1971 - Dec 1973
f. 157.1 - 157.9 Miscellaneous requests, 1974-1976
f. 158.1 - 158.7 Miscellaneous requests, 1977-1978
f. 159.1 - 159.13 Miscellaneous requests, 1979-1982
f. 160.1 - 160.8 Miscellaneous requests, 1983-1984
f. 161.1 - 161.8 Miscellaneous requests, 1985-1986
f. 162.1 - 162.8 Miscellaneous requests, 1987-1988
f. 163.1 - 163.2 Miscellaneous requests, 1989, n.d.
f. 337.22 - 337.25 Requests – Miscellaneous
Professional Associations
f. 338.1 - 338.2 American Academy of Arts and Letters
f. 338.3 - 338.5 American Academy and Institute of Arts and Letters
f. 338.6 American Academy - Rome
f. 163.3 The Authors Guild, 1973-1988
Readers' and Students' Mail
f. 339.1 Fan
f. 339.2 Fan Mail Misc.
f. 164.1 Readers' correspondence, 1938-1949
f. 164.2 Readers' correspondence re: "Greenwich Village at Night," 1950
f. 164.3 Readers' correspondence, 1950s
f. 164.4 - 164.12 Readers' correspondence, 1956-1967
f. 165.1 - 165.9 Readers' correspondence, 1968-1976
f. 166.1 - 166.10 Readers' correspondence, 1977-1985
f. 167.1 - 167.5 Readers' correspondence, 1986-1989, n.d.
f. 167.6 - 167.7 Students' correspondence
Correspondence with Secretaries and Assistants
See also Box 381 for financial records relating to secretarial help.
f. 168.1 General, 1983-1988, n.d.
f. 184.9 - 184.10 Brady, Mary, 1968-1971, [n.y., n.d.]
f. 168.2 Fowler, Pat, 1982-1989, n.d.
f. 339.4 Fowler, Pat, 1989
f. 168.3 Leo, Patsy, 1982-1988, n.d.
f. 339.4 Leo, Patsy and Jim, 1989
f. 168.4 Michahelles, Rosalind, 1983-1989, n.d.
f. 212.1 Michahelles, Rosalind, 1976?-1988, [n.y.]
f. 347.16 Michahelles, Rosalind
f. 230.6 - 230.10 Viscusi, Margo and Anthony, 1971-1980
f. 231.1 - 231.7 Viscusi, Margo, 1981-1988, [n.d., n.y.]
f. 351.11 Viscusi, Margo and Anthony
f. 351.12 - 351.15 Viscusi, Margo, 1970-1989
Teaching Files
f. 86.1 Notecards for courses taught by McCarthy at Bard College and Sarah Lawrence, 1945-1946, 1948 (includes one card on projected piece of New Yorker fiction)
f. 168.6 Bard — General, 1945, 1977, 1982, 1985
f. 168.7 - 168.9 Bard — General, 1986-1988
f. 168.10 Bard — Syllabi and Reading Lists ca. 1986-1988
f. 168.11 Bard — Calendar, 1986
f. 168.12 - 168.15 Bard — Attendeance lists and notes, 1986-1987
f. 168.16 Bard — Ben LaFarge, 1986-1988
f. 339.5 - 339.6 Bard College
f. 339.7 Bard School Business
f. 339.8 Notes from Course taught at Bard
f. 339.9 English 244 Booklist
f. 339.10 Letters of Recomendation
f. 339.11 Russian Literature, English 335
f. 339.12 Professor
f. 339.13 The Place of Ideas in Fiction
Awards
f. 171.1 - 171.3 American Academy in Rome, 1978-1989
f. 171.4 American Academy and Institute of Arts and Letters, 1973-1987
f. 171.5 Friends of the Castine Library Award, 1986
f. 171.6 Dartmouth College: Montgomery Fellow, 1980-1981
f. 339.14 Dartmouth College: Montgomery Fellowship Schedule
f. 339.14 Dartmouth College: Montgomery Fellowship, 1989
f. 171.7 John Simon Guggenheim Foundation, 1942-1985
f. 339.15 John Guggenheim Foundation
f. 339.16 MacArthur Foundation
f. 171.8 MacDowell Medal for Literature: correspondence, 1984
f. 171.9 MacDowell Medal for Literature: MS/TS acceptance speech, 1984
f. 171.10 MacDowell Medal for Literature: clippings, 1984
f. 171.11 The MacDowell Colony: annual report, 1984
f. 172.1 National Book Critics Circle, 1985
f. 172.2 National Institute of Arts and Letters, 1960
f. 172.3 National Medal for Literature: correspondence, 1978-1982
f. 172.4 National Medal for Literature: publicity and acceptance speech, 1984
f. 172.5 Rochester Literary Award: correspondence, 1984-1985
f. 172.6 Rochester Literary Award: acceptance speech: "Grandfather's Bookcase" TS variants w/ltr. of 6/10/85, 1985
f. 172.7 Rochester Literary Award, 1985 (clippings)
f. 172.8 Stony Brook Foundation, 1982-1983
f. 172.9 Strehlow Research Foundation (Australia) Fellow, 1981-1982
f. 142.8 Vassar College Distinguished Visitor, 1982
f. 172.10 - 172.11 Vassar College Distinguished Visitor, 1982
f. 339.17 Award – Washington State Historical Society
f. 172.12 Annie Wright Centennial Award for Literature, 1984
f. 172.13 Yale University. Ezra Stiles College Associate Fellow, 1987
Honorary Degrees
f. 173.1 Bard College, 1976
f. 173.2 Bowdoin College, 1981
f. 173.3 Colby College, 1973-1974
f. 340.4 Colby College, 1989
f. 173.4 Smith College, 1988
f. 340.1 Smith College, 1988
f. 173.5 Syracuse University, 1973
f. 340.6 Syracuse University
f. 340.7 Syracuse University - clippings
f. 173.6 University of Aberdeen, 1978-1979
f. 173.7 University of Hull, 1973-1974
f. 340.5 University of Hull Honorary Degree
f. 173.8 University of Maine
f. 340.2 University of Maine
f. 340.3 Tulane University
f. 340.8 Tulane University
Vassar College
**See also McCarthy's article, "The Vassar Girl," in Series I. Writings
f. 142.1 General, 1962-1987, n.d.
f. 142.2 Centennial Symposium — General, 1971
f. 142.6 Centennial Symposium — New York Times article, 1971
f. 142.4 Centennial Symposium — "The Artist as Social Critic," 1971 (draft)
f. 142.5 Commencement — General, 1975-1976
f. 142.6 Commencement Address — "Proper Studies," 1976 (2 drafts)
f. 142.7 Commencement Address — "Estudios Apropiados," Revista de Occidente, Oct 1976
f. 142.8 Distinguished Visitor, 1982
f. 172.10 - 172.11 Distinguished Visitor, 1982
f. 142.10 Celebration, Sep 1985
f. 142.9 25th Anniversary of The Group, 1988
f. 254.6 - 254.8 Mary McCarthy: A Tribute, 5 May 1990 (program, flyer, and guest list, acceptances and regrets)
f. 363.10 Vassar Memorial
f. 142.11 Elizabeth Daniels, 1982 - 1986
f. 336.2 Elizabeth Daniels — Interview, 1982
f. 351.10 Frances Fergusson
f. 337.32 Joan Michaels
f. 142.12 Robert Pounder, 1982-1988
f. 143.1 Dixie Sheridan, 1982-1988
f. 143.2 Virginia Smith, 1981-1988
f. 143.3 Library, 1984-1987
f. 143.4 Class of 1933

SERIES IV: SUBJECT FILES AND RESEARCH MATERIAL

Subject Files
f. 341.6 American Civil Liberties Union (Rowland Watts)
f. 341.7 American Committee for Cultural Freedom (Daniel James)
f. 341.8 Americans for Democratic Action (David Williams
f. 341.9 Anti-Defamation League (Morton Puner)
f. 168.5 Book Dealers and Rare Books
f. 339.3 Book Dealers and Rare Books
f. 174.1 Chilean aid 1973-1974
f. 174.2 Civil Rights case, Albany, GA 1963-1964
f. 174.3 Cold War politics, 1985
f. 174.4 - 174.8 Critic: prospectus, 1952
f. 174.9 - 174.10 Paul DeMan controversy [see also ref. in 209.15], 1987-1988
f. 341.1 Paul DeMan Controversy
Box 175 Dissidents
f. 176.1 Europe-America Groups, [1948]
f. 341.2 Europe-American Groups
f. 176.2 - 176.4 First Amendment, 1969
f. 341.10 Glasser, Ira (ACLU)
f. 176.5 Greek colonels, 1970
f. 176.6 Iran, 1972-1987
f. 341.11 Junius Scales Case
f. 176.7 No GWEN [Ground Wave Emergency Network], 1985-1987
f. 341.3 GWEN Correspondence
f. 176.8 Nuclear issues [related to GWEN]
f. 176.9 - 176.10 OECD, 1967-1979
f. 176.11 - 176.12 politics [magazine]: Purpose, 1947
f. 176.13-.14 politics [magazine]: prospectus: TS variants, 1947
f. 176.15 politics [magazine]: Thoughts and Suggestions: TS variants, 1947
f. 177.1-. Spanish Refugee Aid
f. 341.4 Spanish Refugee Aid, Inc. (Nancy Maconald)
f. 341.5 Spanish Refugee Aid
Box 178-179 Vietnam
Research Material - Works by and about Others
f. 331.1 Arendt, Hannah, "La Vie de l’Esprit"
f. 97.1 Berenson, Bernard. "On the Future of I Tatti" w/brochure
f. 97.2 Dabney, Lewis. The Portable Wilson, chapter 1: TS draft w/ltr. (6/5/80)
f. 97.3 Didion, Joan. Democracy: A Novel (1984) [used by McCarthy for her review of this work]: Advance uncorrected proofs:
f. 97.4 Farrell, James. "Scene at the Coupole": signed photocopy
f. 97.5 Frank, Joseph. "Dostoevsky's Realism": inscribed and signed
f. 97.6 Frank, Joseph. "The Novel in Wonderland": inscribed and signed
f. 97.7 Frank, Joseph. "Nicola Chiaromonte: The Paradox of History": TS photocopy
f. 97.8 Kalsone, David. "Trial Balances: Elizabeth Bishop and Marianne Moore," Grand Street, n.d.
f. 329.5 Kimber, Rita and Robert, trans. Arendt/Jaspers Letters - forward
f. 329.6 - 329.10 Kimber, Rita and Robert, trans. Arendt/Jaspers Letters - footnotes, p. 1-226
f. 329.11 - 329.12 Kimber, Rita and Robert, trans. Arendt/Jaspers Letters, p. 531-600
f. 330.1 - 330.11 Kimber, Rita and Robert, trans. Arendt/Jaspers Letters, p. 601-1127
f. 97.9 Mallon, Thomas. [article]: "A Boy of No Importance," (photocopy)
f. 97.10 Mallon, Thomas. [article]: "The Limits of History in the Novels of Joan Didion": inscribed and signed
f. 97.11 Mallon, Thomas. "The Novel on Elba" : TS photocopy
f. 97.12 McCarthy, James Kevin. "The Joy of the Ride: The Beginning": TS photocopy
f. 329.4 [McCarthy, Mary "Constantin Jelenski, l'ami Kot" Liberation ] KOT, 1987
f. 329.3 McCarthy, Mary, K.A. Jelenski in loving memory
f. 97.23 McClosky, Michael. "Destiny or Death": Pamphlet inscribed to McCarthy by the author
f. 97.13 Meacham, Stewart. "Peace with Honor in Vietnam": mimeographed TS
f. 97.14 Noteboom, Cees. "The Knight Has Died" [extract] : TS copy
f. 97.15 Noteboom, Cees. "Rituelen" and "A Prisoner in Love": TS photocopies
f. 97.16 - 97.17 Noteboom, Cees. Correspondence and material relating to Noteboom's Pegasus Prize for Literature, 1982
f. 97.21 Novak, Michael Paul. "Love and Influence: Louise Bogan, Rolfe Humphries, and Theodore Roethke": Photocopy
f. 97.18 Phillips, William. [Essay on Saul Bellow]: TS photocopy
f. 331.2 Rado, Sandor, Schizotypal Organization
f. 97.22 Rousuck, E.J. - Eulogy by Brendan Gill: Pamphlet
f. 97.19 Santini, Lee R. "La Passione di Capire": Inscribed and signed TS photocopy
f. 97.20 Strauss, Karen. "The Evolution of Love" [and other photocopied TS drafts of poetry]
f. 329.2 s.n. Jane Austen and the Anti-Hero Tradition
f. 329.1 Biographies of Various Authors

SERIES V: PERSONAL CORRESPONDENCE

Personal correspondence to and from Mary McCarthy
f. 342.1 Able, Lionel
f. 180.1 Adler, Renata, 1979
f. 180.2 Allen Robert L., 1974-1979
f. 342.2 Alsop, Joseph
f. 180.3 Anderson, Susan, 1985-1988
f. 342.3 Anderson, Susan J.
f. 180.4 Aranguren, José Luis L., 1964-1967
f. 180.5 Arbasino, Alberto 1959-1987
f. 342.4 Angleton, Carmen
f. 180.6 - 180.12 Angleton, Carmen, 1957-1988, n.d.
f. 180.13 - 180.15 McCarthy to Angleton, 1955-1987 (photocopies)
f. 342.5 Antman, David
f. 342.6 Arbasino, Alberto
f. 342.7 Arendt, Hannah
f. 181.1 - 181.18 Arendt, Hannah, 1949-1975, n.d.
f. 342.8 Ascoli, Max
f. 182.1 Ashbery, John, [n. d.]
f. 342.9 Aswell, Mary Louise
f. 182.2 Athanassopoulos, Dimitri, 1980
f. 182.3 Atlas, James, 1974-1979
f. 182.4 Auchincloss, E. , [n. y.]
f. 182.5 Auchincloss, Louis S., 1965-1984
f. 182.6 Augstein, Katharina, 1971-1984, [n. d.]
f. 182.7 Austin, Helen and Mollie, 1974-1978, [n. d.]
f. 182.8 Austin, Sally, 1970-1985, [n. d.]
f. 182.9 Ayer, Sir Alfred ("Freddie"), 1986
f. 342.10 Ayer, Nick
f. 182.10 Baggs, Joan (Mrs. William), 1969
f. 182.11 Baldwin, James, 1976
f. 342.11 Ballinger, Francis Street
f. 342.12 Balon, Hillary
f. 342.13 Baralini, Antonio
f. 342.14 Barnett, Jim (Connecticut State College)
f. 182.12 Barth, Adrienne and Alan, 1973-1979, n.d.
f. 342.15 Bartlett, Grace
f. 342.16 Barues, Patricia
f. 342.17 Baumgarter, Bernice
f. 182.13 Beaumel, Beatrice, [n.y.]
f. 182.14 Belanger, Cecelia 1968
f. 342.18 Bell, Charles H.
f. 182.15 Beloff, Max, 1963-1964
f. 342.19 Bellow, Saul
f. 342.20 Bently, Eric (Columbia University in the City of New York)
f. 182.16 Berenson, Bernard, 1959
f. 342.21 Bergauer, E.A. (Stella)
f. 342.22 Bergler, Edmund
f. 182.17 Berlin, Isaiah, 1962-1977
f. 342.23 Berlind, Bruce
f. 342.24 Berman, Eugene
f. 182.18 Berman, Eugene, 1957-1961
f. 182.19 Berman, Sylvia and Leonid, 1961-1977
f. 342.25 Bermarr, L.
f. 182.20 Bernier, Rosamond, 1964-1972, n.d.
f. 342.26 Bevenson, Bernard
f. 342.27 Biddle, Francis
f. 342.28 Biehl, Walter (to the New Yorker)
f. 342.29 Biggs, John Jr.
f. 183.1 Biggs, John Jr., 1963-1976
f. 183.2 Bishop, Alison Lurie, 1967
f. 183.3 Bishop, Elizabeth, 1978-1979, n.d.
f. 342.30 Bishop, Elizabeth
f. 342.31 Bisset, Virgil (University of Maine)
f. 343.1 Johnson Black, George
f. 183.4 Blais, Marie-Claire, 1972-1977, n.d.
f. 183.5 Blake, Dorothy, 1981, n.d.
f. 183.6 Blanc, Karin, 1982-1986, n.d.
f. 343.2 Bledsoe, Helen W.
f. 343.3 Bloche, Vivette
f. 183.7 Blocker, Joel, 1968-1978
f. 343.4 Blough, Frani
f. 183.8 Blum, Jack, 1976-1983
f. 183.9 - 183.10 Boel, Niels and Else, 1972-1988, n.d.
f. 343.5 Boel, Else
f. 183.11 Boldizsár, Ivan, 1965-1980, n.d.
f. 183.12 - 183.13 Bondy, François, 1971-1985, n.d.
f. 343.6 Bonser, Tony
f. 183.14 Bonwit, Seymour ["Bonnie"], 1983-1985
f. 183.15 - 183.16 Booth, Philip (and Margaret), 1967-1975
f. 184.1 - 184.6 Booth, Philip, 1976-1988, n.d.
f. 343.7 Booth, Philip
f. 184.7 Botsford, Keith, 1965
f. 343.8 Bourdy, Francois
f. 184.8 Bouttelant, Jessie, 1970
f. 184.9 - 184.10 Brady, Mary, 1968-1971, [n.y., n.d.]
f. 185.1 Braun-Monk, Eugène, 1979-1987, n.d.
f. 343.9 Brazier, Mary A. B.
f. 343.10 Breed, Mrs. Allen
f. 185.2 Bresson, Charlotte and Edgar de, 1973-1988
f. 185.3 Breuer, Bessie, [n.y.]
f. 343.11 Brightman, Carol
f. 185.4 Brinnin, John, 1980
f. 185.5 Broch, Anne Marie ("Bushy"), 1976 -1987
f. 343.12 Brocke, Edna
f. 185.6 Brooks, Franklin, 1980-1981
f. 343.13 Browar, Lisa
f. 343.14 Browar, Elaine
f. 343.15 Brown, Ashley
f. 343.16 Brown. Andrew
f. 185.7 Brown, Mary Duer, 1981
f. 185.8 Brown, Peg, 1965
f. 185.9 Bruzzichelli, Aldo, 1961-1981, n.d.
f. 185.10 Buckley, Gail, 1984-1985, [n.y.]
f. 185.11 Buckley, Tom, 1969-1985, n.d.
f. 343.17 Buitenhuis, Peter (Yale University)
f. 343.18 Burdick, Eugene
f. 185.12 Burdick, Eugene, 1964
f. 185.13 - 185.14 Burdon-Mueller, Rowland, 1959-1980, n.d.
f. 186.1 Burgess, Anthony, 1977
f. 186.2 Burroughs, William, 1971-1984
f. 343.19 Bush, G. F.
f. 186.3 Cabot, Francis H., 1983-1986
f. 186.4 Calvino, Italo and Chichita, 1977-1988, n.d.
f. 186.5 Cameron, Dorothy and Ray, 1977-1982, n.d.
f. 186.6 Campbell, Shelda, 1965, n.d.
f. 343.20 Camus, Albert
f. 186.7 Carr, Virginia Spence, 1978-1986
f. 186.8 Cartier-Bresson, Henri, 1974-1977
f. 343.21 Ceorg, Susan
f. 186.9 Chambers, Virginia, 1975-1978
f. 186.10 Chapman, Bill, 1978
f. 343.22 Chase, Richard
f. 343.23 Cheremeteff, Serge
f. 343.24 Cherington, Charles
f. 186.11 Chiaromonte, Anna, 1963-1964, [n.y.]
f. 187.1 Chiaromonte, Miriam, 1972-1988 [MM's carbon copies]
f. 187.2 - 187.8 Chiaromonte, Miriam, 1960-1988
f. 344.1 Chiaromonte, Nicola and Miriam
f. 187.9 - 187.14 Chiaromonte, Nicola, 1946-1971, [n.y.]
f. 187.15 Chiaromonte, Nicola, [Photocopies of letters at the Beinecke]
f. 188.1 Childs, Bernard, 1965 (1 ms note and an engraving by Childs entitled "Stage Set" inscribed to McCarthy)
f. 344.2 Chirac, Jacques
f. 188.2 Chisholm, Anne, 1974
f. 188.3 Cicogna, Countess Anna Maria, 1957-1983, n.d.
f. 344.3 Cicogna, Anna Maria
f. 188.4 Clark, Blair, 1964-1967, n.d.
f. 188.5 Cody, Morrill, 1962-1978
f. 188.6 Coffin, Frank M. and Ruth, 1969-1983
f. 344.4 Coggeshall, Helen
f. 344.5 Cohen, Elliot
f. 188.7 Cohen, Winnie, 1961
f. 188.8 Colbath, Arnold and Mary Lou, 1982-1988
f. 344.6 Cole, William
f. 344.7 Collete, Margot
f. 344.8 Colos, Nico
f. 188.9 Compton-Burnett, Ivy, 1965
f. 188.10 Comsa, Ioan, 1976-1977
f. 188.11 Condé, Miquel and Carola, 1975-1988, n.d.
f. 344.9 Connolly, Cyril
f. 344.10 Coresagra, Sophia
f. 188.12 - 188.14 Cori, Carl and Anne, 1969-1984
f. 189.1 Cori, Anne, 1985-1988
f. 189.2 - 189.3 Cori, Carl and Anne, [n.y.]
f. 344.11 Corn, Alfred
f. 344.12 Cox, Mary
f. 189.4 Cozzens, James Gould, 1978
f. 189.5 Curley, Tom, 1977, [n.y.]
f. 189.6 Curtin, John D., 1983-1985, n.d.
f. 189.7 Curtis, Charlotte, 1979
f. 189.8 Curtiss, Tom, 1980-1988, n.d.
f. 344.13 Curtiss, Thomas Quinn
f. 189.9 Danesi, Natalia Murray, 1977
f. 189.10 Daniels, Elizabeth, 1979
f. 189.11 Dauphin, Ruda, 1970-1979, [n.y.]
f. 189.12 Davenport, John, 1956-1958
f. 189.13 McCarthy-Davenport, 1956-1958
f. 344.14 Davis, Hallie Flanagan (Smith College)
f. 344.15 Dean, Elizabeth
f. 344.16 DeForest, Mary
f. 190.1 De la Baumelle, Beatrice, 1978
f. 344.17 de Man, Paul
f. 190.2 - 190.4 Deming, Barbara, 1959-1975, n.d.
f. 190.5 Deming, Vida (Mrs. Quentin), 1977-1984, n.d.
f. 190.6 DeMott, Maddie, 1971-1986
f. 190.7 Den Uyl, Mrs., 1975
f. 344.18 de Oris, Harriet
f. 190.8 Derry, William R., 1976
f. 190.9 Desmarais, Joan, 1961
f. 190.10 Deutsch, Babette, 1976
f. 344.19 Devoto, Bernard
f. 344.20 Dickerson, James
f. 344.21 Doblhoff, Anne Marie
f. 344.22 Dodd, Edward H. Jr.
f. 344.23 Donkers, Jan
f. 190.11 Donkers, Jan, 1980-1985, n.d.
f. 190.12 Donovan, Tom, 1962-1963
f. 190.13 - 190.15 Dow, Christopher and Clare, 1969-1988, n.d.
f. 344.24 Dow, Chirstopher and Clare
f. 190.16 Downie, Betty, [n.y.]
f. 190.17 Draper, Theodore, 1968-1987
f. 190.18 Droëmer, Willy, 1972
f. 190.19 Duff, Robin, 1979-1980
f. 190.20 Duffy, James, 1978
f. 344.25 Dupee, Fred
f. 191.1 Dupee, Fred and Andy (Mrs.), 1962-1989, n.d.
f. 191.2 Dupee, Natalie and Tony, 1986-1987, [n.y.]
f. 191.3 - 191.10 DuVivier, David and Ellie, 1965-1979
f. 192.1 - 192.4 DuVivier, David and Ellie, 1980-1985
f. 192.5 DuVivier, David and Ellie, 1986-1987
f. 192.6 - 192.9 DuVivier, David, n.d.
f. 192.10 DuVivier, David and Georgina, 1986-1987
f. 193.1 Dyer, George, 1967
f. 193.2 Eagleson, Jeannie, 1978
f. 344.26 Eaton, Richard
f. 193.3 Eberhart, Richard, 1984
f. 193.4 Eckstein, Joanna, 1965-1970
f. 344.27 Edey, Winthrop
f. 193.5 Englund, Steven, 1974
f. 193.6 Ephessiou, Lisa, 1978
f. 193.7 Epstein, Barbara, 1972, [n.y.]
f. 193.8 Epstein, Jacob, 1981
f. 193.9 Epstein, Jason, 1975
f. 193.10 Errera, Roger, 1977-1984, [n.d., n.y.]
f. 193.11 Evans, Bergen, 1959
f. 344.28 Evans, Walter (Fortune)
f. 344.29 Eynard, Jean-Francois
f. 193.12 Fairholme, Anne, 1965-1980
f. 193.13 Fairweather, Gloria, 1972-1973
f. 193.14 Fallaci, Oriana, 1967
f. 193.15 - 193.16 Farrell, James, 1967-1979, n.d.
f. 344.30 Farrell, Jim
f. 344.31 Faulkner, William
f. 344.32 Feitelson, Rose
f. 193.17 - 193.19 Finletter, Tom and Eileen, 1968-1982, n.d.
f. 344.33 Fitts, Dudley
f. 344.34 Fitzgerald
f. 194.1 FitzGerald, Frances, 1964-1987, [n.d., n.y.]
f. 344.35 Flagler, Elizabeth
f. 194.2 Flanner, Janet, 1959-1970, n.d.
f. 194.3 Fleutiaux, Pierrette, 1977
f. 344.36 Flynn, Thomas
f. 194.4 Fondaras, Liz, 1974-1985
f. 194.5 - 194.6 Ford, Charles Henri, 1960-1985, n.d.
f. 345.1 Ford, Charles Henri
f. 194.7 Ford, Ruth, 1964, n.d.
f. 345.2 Foster, E. A.
f. 194.8 Foster, Eleanor, 1968-1973
f. 194.9 - 194.10 Fourrier, Maria, 1973-1985, n.d.
f. 168.2 Fowler, Pat, 1982-1989, n.d.
f. 339.4 Fowler, Pat, 1989
f. 194.11 Frank, Joseph, 1962-1981, n.d.
f. 345.3 Frank, Richard L.
f. 345.4 Frank, Waldo
f. 195.1 Fredericks, Claude, 1960, n.d.
f. 345.5 Freiere, Carlos
f. 345.6 Freire, Heloisa
f. 195.2- 195.9 Freire, Carlos and Heloisa, 1977-1988
f. 196.1 Fremantle, A., 1967
f. 196.2 Frere, A.S., 1962-1963
f. 345.10 Frere, A. S.
f. 345.7 Fuller, Mia
f. 345.8 Fuller, Muriel
f. 345.9 Fuller, Peta
f. 196.3 Gaddis, William and Sarah, 1984-1988, n.d.
f. 345.11 Gahan, Martha
f. 196.4 Gaines, Joan Becker, 1964
f. 349.22 Gaitskell, Hugh 1955
f. 196.5 Galbraith, John Kenneth, 1968-1969
f. 196.6 Ganguli, P. B. and A. K., 1968-1979
f. 345.12 Garzanti, Livio (Aldo Garzanti Editore)
f. 196.7 Gascoigne, Bamber, [n.y.]
f. 345.13 Gassler, Eve
f. 345.14 Harvard University (John Gaus)
f. 345.16 Geist, Eileen
f. 345.17 Geist, Stanley
f. 196.8 Geist, Stanley, 1971-1984, n.d.
f. 345.18 Gelderman (Biography)
f. 196.9 Gentier, n.d.
f. 196.10 George, Lillian, n.d.
f. 345.20 George, Lillian
f. 196.11 Geppini, Sabatina [Housekeeper], 1959-1969
f. 196.12 Gerbore, Pietro, 1959-1963
f. 345.19 Gerbore, Pietro
f. 196.13 Gilbert, Elke Elizabeth, 1974-1976, n.d.
f. 345.21 Gilbert, Eilzabeth
f. 345.22 Gill, Brandan
f. 196.14 Gill, Brendan re: Jay Rousuck, 1971-1980
f. 196.15 Gilliat, Penelope, 1975-1976
f. 196.16 Girodias, Maurice, 1978-1985
f. 345.23 Giroux, Robert
f. 345.24 Gladstone, Peter
f. 345.25 Glanville, Brian
f. 345.26 Glick, Nathan (Department of State)
f. 196.17 Goetz, Fione, [n.y.]
f. 345.27 Goldsmith, Alice
f. 196.18 Goldwater, Walter, 1979-1984, [nd.]
f. 197.1 Goodheart, Pat and Gene, 1966-1980, n.d.
f. 345.28 Goodwin, Jacquie
f. 197.2 Goodwin, Jackie and Francis, 1980-1988
f. 197.3 Gordey, Beverly and Michel, 1969-1978
f. 197.4 Gorer, Geoffrey, 1967
f. 345.29 Gottstein, Burton
f. 345.30 Grahm, Carleine
f. 197.5 Grand-Jacquet, Francesco, 1982, n.d.
f. 345.15 Gray, Elizabeth Kent
f. 197.6 Gray, Francine, 1984-1988
f. 197.7 Grchich de Cvetkovacz, Alexandre (Polly), n.d.
f. 197.8 Green, Martha, 1964
f. 345.31 Greenberg, Clement
f. 197.9 Greer, Germaine, 1971-1972
f. 197.10 Grenier, Cynthia and Richard, 1964-1978, n.d.
f. 197.11 Griffith, Christina, 1988
f. 197.12 Groffsky, Maxine, 1965, n.d.
f. 197.13 Gross, Miriam and John, 1965
f. 197.14 Grübel, Jona, 1978, n.d.
f. 345.32 Guggeinheim
f. 197.15 Guggenheim, Peggy, 195-?-1980, [n.y.]
f. 345.33 Gurian, Waldemar
f. 197.16 Gustafson, Carolyn, 1964, n.d.
f. 197.17 Gysin, Brion, 1969-1979
f. 197.18 Hackett, "Bubs," 1981-1987, n.d.
f. 197.19 Hadlock, Josephine Cook [VC 1933], 1982, [n.y.]
f. 197.20 Haight, Gordon S., 1979-1984
f. 345.35 Haight, Gordon (Yale University)
f. 345.34 Hall, Suzannah
f. 197.21 Hall, Suzanne and David, 1984-1988
f. 197.22 Harari, Denyse, 1973-1987
f. 345.36 Haraszti, Miklos
f. 198.1 - 198.9 Hardwick, Elizabeth, 1953-1988, n.d.
f. 345.37 Hardwick, Elizabeth
f. 345.38 Hargreaves, John
f. 199.1 Hargreaves, John, 1977-1988, n.d.
f. 345.39 Harkell, Francis
f. 199.2 Harnden, Missy, 1972-1976
f. 199.3 Harris, Anne and Russell, 196-?,1982, n.d.
f. 199.4 Hartmann, Chris, 1980-1984, n.d.
f. 199.5 Haskell, Francis, 1958-1985, n.d.
f. 199.6 Hatch, Francis (Frank), 1971-1981
f. 199.7 Hatch, Francis (Frank), 1983-1987, n.d.
f. 199.8 Hatfield, Mark O. , 1981
f. 199.9 Hauser, Ernest, 1971-1986, n.d.
f. 345.40 Hauserman, B. Strong
f. 199.10 Haynes, Jim, 1977-1987
f. 200.1 Hayworth, R., 1975
f. 345.41 Heinemann, William
f. 200.2 - 200.3 Hélion, Jean and Jacqueline, 1972-1986, n.d.
f. 200.4 Hell, José, 1965-l986, n.d.
f. 345.42 Heller, Erich
f. 200.5 Hemsing, Esther, 1964, n.d.
f. 345.43 Henderson, Pricilla
f. 200.6 Henderson, Rene, 1978-1979
f. 200.7 Henle, James, 1967
f. 200.8 Henry, Peggy, 1965
f. 200.9 Hertel, Hans [See also 117.6.], 1968-1986
f. 345.44 Hibshman, Mrs. Benjamin T. "Thil"
f. 345.45 Hicks, Granville
f. 200.10 Highsmith, Patricia, 1972-1984
f. 345.46 Hobson, Wilder
f. 200.11 Hodgson, Priscilla and Simon, 1983-1988, [n.y., n.d.]
f. 200.12 Hofer, Evelyn, 1960-1971
f. 345.47 Hofer, Evelyn
f. 351.6 "Mr. Hogan" (TLS)
f. 345.48 Hook, Sydney
f. 200.13 Houghton, Norris, 1963
f. 345.49 Howe, Irving
f. 200.14 Howe, Tom, 1962, n.d.
f. 200.15 - 200.16 Hunt, Marion, 1979-1981
f. 201.1 - 201.2 Hunt, Marion, 1982-1983, n.d.
f. 345.50 Hunting
f. 201.3 - 201.6 Hunting, Rob and Constance, 1981-1984
f. 202.1 - 202.5 Hunting, Rob and Constance, 1985-1988, n.d.
f. 203.1 Inglis, Ian, 1962
f. 203.2 Inglis, Ruth, 1964
f. 203.3 Iselin, Sally, 1978-1983, n.d.
f. 345.51 Isherwood, Chirstopher
f. 345.52 Jackson, Charles
f. 203.4 Jackson, David, 1963-1984, n.d.
f. 203.5 Jacobson, Dan , 1962-1984, n.d.
f. 345.53 Janeway, Eliot
f. 345.54 Jarell, Randall
f. 203.6 - 203.7 Javsicas, Gabriel, 1963-1980, n.d.
f. 203.8 - 203.10 Jelenski, Kot, 1962-1974
f. 204.1 - 204.6 Jelenski, Kot, 1975-1987, n.d.
f. 204.7 Jencks, Gardner and Ruth, 1962, [n.y.]
f. 204.8 Jenkins, Peter and Polly, 1974-1976, [n.y.]
f. 204.9 Jenkins, Ruth, 1975-1987, n.d.
f. 345.55 Jensen, Oliver
f. 204.10 Jessup, John K., 1963
f. 204.11 Jewett, Jon, 1985-1987, n.d.
f. 345.56 Joachim, Hans
f. 345.57 Johnson, Buffie
f. 345.58 Johnson, Diane
f. 205.1 - 205.2 Johnson, Diane ("Dinny"), 1980-1988, n.d.
f. 205.3 Jolas, Maria, 1964-1979, n.d.
f. 205.4 Jones, Gloria and James ("Jim"), 1963-1978, n.d.
f. 345.59 Jovanovich, William "Bill"
f. 345.60 Just, Ward and Sarah
f. 346.1 Kallen, Horace
f. 205.5 Kalstone, David, 1981, n.d.
f. 346.2 Kaplan, J. M.
f. 346.3 Kardiner, Dr. A.
f. 346.4 Karpinski, Wojciech
f. 205.6 Karpinski, Wojciech w/Karpinski TS draft on Chiaromonte ("Nicola Chiaromonte and His "Notebooks"), 1981-1984
f. 205.7 Karpinski, Wojciech, 1987
f. 346.5 Katz, Eugene
f. 205.8 Kennan, George, 1981
f. 346.6 Kenney, Susan
f. 205.9 Kerr, Barbara, 1964-1984, n.d.
f. 205.10 Khiel, Hanne, 1959
f. 205.11 Kiesler, Frederick and Lillian, 1963-1965, [n.d., n.y.]
f. 346.8 Kiessler, Steffi
f. 205.12 Kilmartin, Terence and Joanna, 1979-1988
f. 206.1 - 206.6 King, Nicholas, 1957-1985
f. 207.1 - 207.4 King, Nicholas, 1986, [n.d., n.y.]
f. 346.7 King, Nicholas
f. 208.1 King, Sally, 1972
f. 208.2 King, Susan B., 1979
f. 346.9 Kirchwey, Karl (to Margo)
f. 208.3 Kissinger, Henry, n.d.
f. 208.4 Knapp, Willy, 1977
f. 346.10 Knapp, W.
f. 208.5 Knopf, Blanche W., 1963
f. 346.11 Koch, Stephen
f. 346.12 - 346.25 Koehler, Lotte, 1975-1989
f. 208.6 Kohler, Lotte, 1981-1988, n.d.
f. 346.26 Kohn, Jerome
f. 208.7 Kohn, Jerry, 1982-1988
f. 208.8 Korsbaek, Vagn, 1981
f. 208.9 Kott, Janek, 1978-1985, n.d.
f. 208.10 Kramer, Jane, 1983, [n.y.]
f. 208.11 Kristensen, Thorkil, 1975-1981
f. 346.27 Kristol, Irving
f. 208.12 Kronenberger, Louis, 1963-1964
f. 208.13 Kruglak, F., [n.y.]
f. 208.14 Kufrin, Joan, 1980-1982, n.d.
f. 346.28 Lafarge, Ben
f. 346.29 Lamb, John
f. 208.15 Lasky, Melvin J., 1961-1967, n.d.
f. 208.16 Lasne-Sauvigny, Jacqueline, 1978-1981
f. 208.17 Laughlin, James, 1953
f. 346.30 Laughlin, James (New Directions)
f. 346.31 Lawler, Traugott (Yale University)
f. 208.18 Lawrence, Barbara, 1921, 1981-1987, n.d. (10 TLS, 1 postcard, 1 AL, 3 pages from Lawrence's diary, a later description of McCarthy by Lawrence, and one ALS from Carol Brightman to Lawrence)
f. 208.19 Lawrence, Barbara, 1985-1987
f. 208.20 Lazar, Josette, 1964-1982, n.d.
f. 209.1 Lee, Julie, 1977-1979
f. 346.32 Leiper, Maria (Simon And Schuster, Inc)
f. 346.33 Leithäuser, J.
f. 346.34 Leman, Gerard
f. 168.3 Leo, Patsy, 1982-1988, n.d.
f. 339.4 Leo, Patsy and Jim, 1989
f. 209.2 Levi, Anjo and Mario, 1976-1985, [n.d., n.y.]
f. 209.3 Lewis, Anthony, 1971
f. 346.35 Lichtheim, George
f. 346.36 Linton, Matilde
f. 209.4 Lippmann, Helen (Mrs. Walter), 1967-1970
f. 209.5 Lippmann, Walter, 1965-1967, [n.y.]
f. 346.37 Lolringer, L.
f. 209.6 Longcope, Duncan, [n.y.]
f. 346.39 Low, Virginia
f. 209.7 Lowell, Alice, [n.y.]
f. 209.8 Lowell, Caroline (from M. M.) [d. 1996], 1977
f. 209.9 Lowell, Robert, 1961-1977, n.d.
f. 346.38 Lowell, Robert
f. 209.10 Luthwaite, Peggy, n.d.
f. 347.13 Thomas McAllister
f. 347.1 MacArthur Foundation (Kenneth Hope)
f. 209.11 McCarn, Louise, [n.y.]
f. 209.12 McCarthy, Eugene, 1969-1973
f. 209.13 - 209.14 Macdonald, Dwight, 1957-1982, [n.d., n.y.]
f. 347.2 MacDonald, Dwight
f. 209.15 Macdonald, Nancy (Spanish Refugee Aid), 1980-1988
f. 209.16 Macdonald, Nicholas and Elspeth, 1965-1979, [n.y.]
f. 209.17 Macfarlane, Libby Kerr, [n.y.]
f. 209.18 McGrath, [n.y.]
f. 209.19 MacIver, Loren [d. 1998], 1968
f. 209.20 McKay, Helen, 1969
f. 209.21 McKenzie, Alan, 1984-1985
f. 209.22 McKinney, Chloe, 1973-1974
f. 347.3 MacNeil, Alain and Esther
f. 210.1 Maddocks, Arthur Ambassador to France from Scotland ? UK?), 1978-1979, [n.d.,n.y.]
f. 210.2 Maguire, Peter, 1988, n.d.
f. 347.4 Maguire, Peter
f. 347.5 Mak, Ting Kook
f. 210.3 Mak Ting Kowk, 1975-1984
f. 210.4 - 210.5 Mallon, Thomas, 1971-1988, n.d.
f. 347.6 Manell, A. E. (The Foreign Service of the U.S.A.)
f. 211.1 Mariano, Nicholas, 1959-1979
f. 347.7 Mariano, Nicky
f. 347.8 Marignano, Nicky
f. 347.9 Marlowe, Sylvia
f. 211.2 Marlowe, S. and L., 1963-1977
f. 211.3 Marshall, E. G., [n.y.]
f. 347.10 Marshall, John
f. 347.11 Thomas Marvell
f. 347.12 Maxwell, Bill (The New Yorker)
f. 211.4 May, Derwent and Yolanta, 1985-1986, [n.y.]
f. 211.5 Meigs, Mary, 1971-1986, [n.d., n.y.]
f. 211.6 Merrill, James [w/David Kalstone], 1961-1980, [n.d., n.y.]
f. 211.7 Merrill, James, 1981-1988
f. 347.14 Merrill, James
f. 347.15 Meyers, Jeffrey
f. 168.4 Michahelles, Rosalind, 1983-1989, n.d.
f. 212.1 Michahelles, Rosalind, 1976?-1988, [n.y.]
f. 347.16 Michahelles, Rosalind
f. 347.17 Middeldorf, Dr. Ulrich
f. 212.2 Middleton, Derek and Veritas, 1988, [n.y.]
f. 212.3 Milford, Nancy, 1974
f. 212.4 Miller, Ed and Ann, 1979-1988, n.d.
f. 347.18 Miller, Henry
f. 212.5 Miller, Ingeborg Morath [photographer], 1962-1963
f. 212.6 Millman, Michael [Berkeley Citizens' Committee of Inquiry], 1964
f. 212.7 Milosz, Czeslaw, 1965-1986
f. 347.19 Misch, Bob
f. 212.8 Mitchell, Ada, 1961
f. 347.20 Mitchell, Burroughs
f. 212.9 Mitford, Jessica, 1969
f. 212.10 Mitford, Nancy, 1968
f. 212.11 Moers, Ellen, 1978
f. 347.21 Montalvo, Jennette
f. 347.22 Montenero, Nancy (Fugazy Express)
f. 347.23 Moore, Marianne
f. 347.24 Morel, Paul
f. 212.12 Morgan, Frederick [Editor, The Hudson Review; wife: Paula Dietz, Assoc. Editor], 1974-1978, n.d.
f. 213.1 - 213.8 Mostyn-Owen, William*, Gaia, Owen, Allegra, Orlando [*sec'y to B. Berenson (Gelderman, p. 194)], 1961-1989, [n.d., n.y.]
f. 214.1 Mourek, M., 1978, n.d.
f. 214.2 Muggeridge, Malcolm, 1962
f. 214.3 Mulisch, Harry, 1962-1988
f. 214.4 Murphy, Noël, 1968-1981, [n.d., n.y.]
f. 214.5 Muser, Frani Blough [from MM: photocopies], 1933-1935
f. 214.6 - 214.9 Muser, Frani Blough, 1964-1988, n.d.
f. 214.10 Myers, John, 1961-1986, [n.y.]
f. 347.25 Myers, John
f. 214.11 Nyrdal, Gunnar, 1971-1972
f. 214.12 Nabokov, Nicolas, Ivan, and Dominique, 1972-1988, [n.y., n.d.]
f. 347.26 Nabokov, Nicholas
f. 347.30 National Institute of Arts and Letters (Mrs. Mathew Josephson)
f. 215.1 Niebuhr, Eliz., 1961, [n.y.]
f. 347.27 Nomad, Max
f. 215.2 - 215.5 Nooteboom, Cees, 1964-1988, n.d.
f. 347.28 Nooteboom, Cees
f. 347.29 Norman, Nancy
f. 216.1 Oates, Joyce Carol, 1980-1983
f. 347.31 Okoye, Chris Okey
f. 216.2 Olsson, Hanna, 1964-1978, n.d.
f. 216.3 O'Neill, Catherine, 1986-1988, n.d.
f. 347.32 O’Neill, Catherine
f. 347.33 Orlando, Ruggero
f. 216.4 Ortman, Conni and George, [n.d., n.y.]
f. 347.34 Ortmon, Connie
f. 216.5 - 216.8 Orwell, Sonia [w/some ltrs from Blanchot 21], 1958-1980, [n.d., n.y.]
f. 347.35 Orwell, Sonia (Weidenfeld and Nicolson Limited Publishers)
f. 347.36 O’Shea, Howard Vincent
f. 216.9 O'Sullivan, Vera, 1980-1981
f. 216.10 Palmer, Bob, 1979, [n.y.]
f. 348.1 Palmer, Thomas
f. 216.11 Paolucci, Anne, 1965-1966
f. 348.2 Papi, Roberto
f. 216.12 Papi, Roberto and Laura, 1957-1962, [n.y.]
f. 348.3 Parenzi, Eleanor
f. 348.4 Parker, Margaret
f. 348.5 Passin, Herbert
f. 348.6 Patterson, Linsay
f. 217.1 Patterson, Suzy, 1984-1985, [n.y.]
f. 217.2 - 217.4 Paturis, Cleo, 1971-1988, [n.d., n.y.]
f. 217.5 Paturis, Cleo, 1975-1988 (photocopies)
f. 217.6 - 217.7 Pease, Deborah, 1964-1988, n.d.
f. 348.7 Pease, Deborah
f. 348.8 Peden, William
f. 218.1 - 218.6 Perényi, Eleanor and Grace Stone [mother of Eleanor], 1963-1988, [n.d., n.y.]
f. 348.9 Penrose, Edith
f. 218.7 Perlius, [Helvetia?], 1959
f. 218.8 Pham Van Dong, 1970-1979
f. 219.1 Phillips, John, 1977-1984
f. 348.10 Phillips, John
f. 219.2 Pillsbury, Henry and Judy, 1984, n.d.
f. 348.11 Pivano, Fernanda
f. 348.12 Plimpton, Sarah
f. 219.3 Plimpton, Sarah, 1964-1975
f. 348.13 Pounder, Robert "Bob"
f. 348.14 Prince, Augusta
f. 348.15 Privental, Mary
f. 348.16 Prosser, Margaret
f. 348.18 Pryce-Jones, Clarissa and David
f. 348.17 Purcell, Lawrence J.
f. 219.4 Purdy, James 1956
f. 219.5 Quinby, Pat 1969-1983, [n.y.]
f. 219.6 Rácz, Judit 1980-1983, n.d.
f. 348.19 Rado, George
f. 348.20 Rado, Sandor
f. 348.21 Rahv, Nathalie
f. 348.22 Rahv, Philip
f. 219.7 - 219.8 Rahv, Philip, 1957-1973
f. 219.9 About Philip Rahv, 1949-1975
f. 219.10 Ramsey, Julia (part of The Group), 1964
f. 219.11 Randal, Jonathan and Judy, 1972-1983
f. 219.12 Rapaczynski, Andrzej, 1969
f. 349.1 Rapson, Mary (Rapson Inc.)
f. 219.13 Razi, Eggie, 1983, [n.d., n.y.]
f. 219.14 Reeves, Richard, 1984-1987, [n.d., n.y.]
f. 219.15 Ress, Paul, 1976-1977, [n.y.]
f. 349.2 Rethenberg, Sarah
f. 219.16 Revel, Jean-François, 1965-1972, n.d.
f. 349.3 Reynal, Eugene
f. 220.1 Riboud, Barbara Chase, 1980-1985, n.d.
f. 220.2 Richards, Alun, 1982-1983
f. 220.3 Riese, Laure, 1974-1985, n.d.
f. 349.4 Riesman, David (The University of Chicago)
f. 220.4 Rivers, Larry, 1962, n.d.
f. 349.5 Roethke, Ted
f. 220.5 Romano, Sergio, 1977-1985
f. 220.6 Rooney, Padraig, [n.d., n.y.]
f. 220.7 Roper, Kay and John, 1984, [n.y.]
f. 220.8 Rorem, Ned, 1973
f. 349.6 Rosenbatt, Danny
f. 220.9 Rosenberg, Beatrice, 1981-1984, [n.d., n.y.]
f. 349.7 Rosenberg, Beatrice
f. 220.10 Rosenberg, Ethel ("Ted") [from MM], 1929-1930
f. 220.11 Rosenberg, Harold and Maynatalie Tabak, 1959-1980
f. 349.8 Rosenberg, Harold Tabak
f. 220.12 Rosenberg, Jess [sister of Ethel Rosenberg], 1971-1985
f. 349.9 Photocopies of Ted Rosenberg letters
f. 349.10 Rosenblatt, Aaron
f. 349.11 Rosenblüth, Milton B.
f. 349.12 Roth, Philip
f. 221.1 Roth, Philip, [ca. 1986?]-1988
f. 349.13 Rothschild, V. Henry
f. 349.14 de Rothschild, Pauline
f. 221.2 - 221.3 Rousuck, Emmanuel J. ("Mannie") [d. 1970] w/2 ltrs. from Reuel and Marcia Wilson, 1951-1972, n.d.
f. 221.4 Rovere, Richard ("Dick" w/ ltr. re: Rovere from Daniel Patrick Moynihan, 2/8/85, n.d.
f. 349.15 Rovere, Richard "Dick"
f. 221.5 Rowe, D., [n.y.]
f. 349.16 Rowe, Virginia (for Margaret Brenman-Gibson)
f. 221.6 Rowse, A. L., 1963-1969, n.d.
f. 221.7 Rubinstein, Renate, 1965-1979
f. 221.8 Rudkin, Mark, 1978-1988, [n.y.]
f. 221.9 Rukeyser, Muriel, 1971
f. 349.17 Rukeyser, Muriel
f. 221.10 Russell, A. Preston, 1975-1977
f. 221.11 Russell, John and Rosamond, 1977-1978, n.d.
f. 221.12 Russell, Verity, 1968-1987
f. 221.13 Ryckmans, Pierre, 1978
f. 222.1 Saarinen, Aline, 1980, n.d.
f. 349.18 Sahl, Hans
f. 349.19 St. Georges School (William Buell)
f. 349.20 St. Georges School (Philip Cutler)
f. 349.21 Sainton, Helen Cole
f. 22.2 Salk, Jonas, 1978
f. 222.3 Salzman, Rita, 1978, n.d.
f. 349.23 Sandison, Helen
f. 222.4 Sarraute, Nathalie, 1963-1973, n.d.
f. 222.5 Sartori, Titina, 1956-1964, [n.d., n.y.]
f. 222.6 Scarlett, (Bishop) William, 1967-1972
f. 222.7 Schaffner, Perdita, 1962-1977
f. 349.24 Schaum, Suzie
f. 349.25 Schlesinger
f. 222.8 - 222.10 Schlesinger, Arthur, Jr. 1957-1983
f. 222.11 Schlesinger, Arthur, Jr. and Alexandra, 1985-1987, [n.d., n.y.]
f. 349.26 Schlimer, Irma
f. 222.12 Schmidt, Albert and Tatyana, 1978-1979
f. 349.27 Schneider, Larry
f. 222.13 Schorer, Mark-Broadwater re: M. M.'s The Oasis, 1949
f. 349.28 Schwartz, Delmore (Partisan Review)
f. 349.29 Scott, Winifred
f. 349.30 Seidel, Nancy
f. 349.31 Servadio, Gaia
f. 222.14 Sessions, Barbara, 1961-1971, n.d.
f. 223.1 - 223.3 Shafer, Margaret, 1966-1988, [n.d., n.y.]
f. 349.32 Shafer. Margaret
f. 223.4 Shawcross, M., 1975
f. 223.5 Sheehan, Rhoda, 1967-1970
f. 349.33 Sigmund, Barbara Boggs
f. 223.6 Silone, Ignazio and Darina, 1971-1984, n.d.
f. 349.34 Silver, Robert
f. 223.7 Silverman, Nancy, n.d.
f. 349.35 Simoud, Anne-Marie
f. 223.8 Simpson, Eileen, 1977-1979, [n.y.]
f. 349.36 Sinclair, John G.
f. 223.9 Singh, Khushwant, 1962-1963
f. 349.37 Slobodkin, Selma
f. 349.38 Sloman, Fred
f. 349.39 Slonim, Marc
f. 349.40 Snyder, Ernest M.
f. 349.41 Sochaeki, Mary
f. 224.1 Spender, Stephen Matthew, 1959-1968
f. 224.2 Spender, Stephen and Natasha, 1969-1974
f. 224.3 Spender, Stephen and Natasha w/ 1 ltr from Lizzie Spender, 1975-1981, [n.d., n.y.]
f. 224.4 Spender, Stephen and Natasha, 1983-84, 1986-89, n.d.
f. 349.42 Spencer, Ted
f. 349.43 Spender, Stephen
f. 224.5 Sperber, Mannes, 1964
f. 224.6 Speyer, Darthea, 1978-1981, [n.d., n.y.]
f. 349.44 Stanesco, Sarina
f. 224.7 - 224.8 Stanescu, Sarina, 1971-1982, [n.d., n.y.]
f. 225.1 Steele, Zella, 1955-1956
f. 349.45 Steele, Lilla
f. 349.46 Steensen, Howard
f. 225.2 Steinberg, Saul, 1978-1979
f. 225.3 Stemans, Werner, 1974-1986
f. 225.4 Stemans, Werner, 1987-1988, n.d.
f. 349.47 Stevenson, Adlai
f. 225.5 Stieglitz, Perry, 1968-1987
f. 225.6 Stock, Irvin, 1968-1988
Stone, Grace [See f. 218.1-.6.]
f. 225.7 Strom, Ron, 1974-1984, [n.d., n.y.]
f. 225.8 - 225.10 Stwertka, Eve, 1976-1986
f. 226.1-.2 Stwertka, Eve, 1987-1989, [n.d., n.y.]
f. 350.1 Stwertka, Eve
f. 351.1 Stwertka, Eve, 1989
f. 351.2 Stwertka, Eve
f. 226.3 Sulzberger, C.L., 1974-1977
f. 226.4 Sutherland, Mary, 1978
f. 226.5 Swensen, Martin, 1981-1982, [n.d., n.y.]
f. 226.6 Symans, Thérèse, 1963-1987
f. 226.7 Tagliacozzo, Enzo, 1951-1979
f. 226.8 Tanning, Dorothea, 1980
f. 351.3 Tate, Allen
f. 226.9 Tax, Meredith, 1964-1968, n.d.
f. 227.1 - 227.2 Taylor, Samuel and Suzanne, 1984-1988, [n.d., n.y.]
f. 227.3 Terrell, Carroll F., 1982-1983
f. 227.4 - 227.6 Thomas Harris H. ("Tommy") and Dorothy and Mary, 1971-1982, [n.d., n.y.]
f. 228.1 Thomson, Virgil, 1977
f. 351.4 Thomson, Virgil
f. 351.5 Tierney, Helen
f. 228.2 - 228.4 Tierney, Helen Gould, 1977
f. 228.5 - 228.7 Tolman, Leland and Sally, 1973-1977
f. 229.1 - 229.5 Tolman, Leland and Sally [one of MM's attorneys], 1978-1983, [n.d., n.y.]
f. 229.6 Tomalin, Marie (Mrs. Nicholas), 1973
f. 229.7 Tommarchi, Gerry and Victor, 1963-1965
f. 229.8 Tree, Marietta, 1964
f. 229.9 Trilling, Diana, 1963-1968
f. 351.7 Trilling, Diana
f. 229.10 - 229.11 Tucci, Niccolo, Laura, Deborah, Vieri, Maria, 1960-1974, [n.d., n.y.]
f. 351.8 Tuhoy, William
f. 351.9 Turnbull, Andrew W.
f. 229.12 Tynan, Kenneth and Kathleen, 1966-1972
f. 230.1 Updike, John, 1979, [n.y.]
f. 230.2 Vail, Sindbad, 1964
f. 230.3 van Lennep, Alexa, 1976-1981, n.d.
f. 230.4 van Mierlo, Hans [M.P.], 1975-1983
f. 230.5 Vassilikos, Vassilis, 1968-1978, n.d.
f. 351.11 Viscusi, Anthony and Margo
f. 230.6 - 230.10 Viscusi, Margo and Anthony, 1971-1980
f. 231.1 - 231.7 Viscusi, Margo, 1981-1988, [n.d., n.y.]
f. 351.12 - 351.15 Viscusi, Margo, 1970-1989
f. 351.16 Volk, Patty
f. 351.17 Waldmann, Edward
f. 232.1 - 232.2 Walker, Adelaide, 1963-1987
f. 351.20 Walker, Adelaid
f. 351.18 Wallingford, Katrina
f. 351.19 Wallsten, Bob
f. 351.21 Wanger, Shelley
f. 351.22 Warner, Becky
f. 351.23 Warren, Robert Penn
f. 232.3 Wass, Douglas, 1975
f. 232.4 Wayne, Donald, 1988
f. 351.24 Wechsler, Jimmy
f. 351.25 Weidenfeld, George
f. 232.5 Weidenfeld, George, 1982, n.d.
f. 232.6 Weil, Annette, 1977
f. 351.26 Weiss, Rudolph
f. 232.7 Weiss, Rudolf and Martha, 1978, [n.y.]
f. 232.8 Weissberger, L. Arnold, 1976-1979
f. 351.27 Wensberg, Erik
f. 232.9 Wernham, Archibald, 1977-1979
f. 351.28 Wernham, Hilda
f. 232.10 - 232.13 Wiggins, Jack, 1982-1983, n.d.
f. 351.29 Wiggins, Jack
f. 232.14 Wilk, Barbara, 1963, n.d.
f. 351.30 Williams, Jean E.
f. 233.1 Williams, Jean and Harold, 1977-1981, [n.y.]
f. 351.31 Williams, Tennessee
f. 351.32 Williams, Tim
f. 352.1 Williams, V. C.
f. 233.2 Winkelhorn, Sophie, 1962-1983, n.d.
f. 233.3 Winslow, Philip, 1968-1969
f. 233.4 - 233.5 Wittig, Monique, 1965-1986, [n.d., n.y.]
f. 233.6 About Monique Wittig, 1969-1974
f. 352.2 Woesthrorue, Vereequie
f. 352.3 Wojewoda, Cecylia
f. 234.1 - 234.8 Wojewoda, Cecylia, 1961-1988, [n.y., n.d.]
f. 234.9 - 234.12 Wojewoda, Cecylia, 1965-1989
f. 235.1 Wormser, Andre, 1974-1978
f. 352.4 Wreszinski, Michael
f. 235.2 Yglesias, J., 1971
f. 352.5 Yorke, Susan
f. 352.8 Yoshimo, Setsuko
f. 235.3 - 235.4 Yoshino, Setsuko, 1970-1982
f. 235.5 Young, Gavin, 1973-1982, [n.y., n.d.]
f. 352.6 Young, Marguerite
f. 352.7 Young, Stark
f. 235.6 Zabel, Morton D., 1964
f. 352.9 Zabel, Morton D.
f. 352.10 Zamojdo, Joanna
f. 352.11 Zara, Louis
f. 352.12 Assorted correspondence
f. 352.13 Assorted correspondence (French)
f. 352.14 Assorted correspondence (after death)
f. 352.15 Holiday cards
f. 352.16 - 352.17 Miscellaneous correspondence
f. 352.18 Miscellaneous
f. 236.1 Miscellaneous personal correspondence: A
f. 352.19 Miscellaneous - A
f. 236.2 Miscellaneous personal correspondence: B
f. 236.3 Miscellaneous personal correspondence: B
f. 352.20 Miscellaneous - B
f. 236.4 Miscellaneous personal correspondence: C
f. 352.21 Miscellaneous - C
f. 236.5 Miscellaneous personal correspondence: D
f. 352.22 Miscellaneous - D
f. 236.6 Miscellaneous personal correspondence: E-F
f. 352.23 Miscellaneous - E F
f. 236.7 Miscellaneous personal correspondence: G
f. 352.24 Miscellaneous - G
f. 236.8 Miscellaneous personal correspondence: H
f. 236.9 Miscellaneous personal correspondence: I-J
f. 353.1 Miscellaneous - H I J
f. 236.10 Miscellaneous personal correspondence: K
f. 236.11 Miscellaneous personal correspondence: L
f. 353.2 Miscellaneous - K L
f. 237.1 Miscellaneous personal correspondence: M
f. 353.3 Miscellaneous - M
f. 237.2 Miscellaneous personal correspondence: N-O
f. 353.4 Miscellaneous - N O
f. 237.3 Miscellaneous personal correspondence: P-Q
f. 353.5 Miscellaneous - P
f. 237.4 Miscellaneous personal correspondence: R
f. 353.6 Miscellaneous - R
f. 237.5 Miscellaneous personal correspondence: S
f. 353.7 Miscellaneous - S
f. 237.6 Miscellaneous personal correspondence: T-Z
f. 353.8 Miscellaneous - T
f. 353.9 Miscellaneous - W
f. 353.10 Miscellaneous - X Y Z
f. 237.7 - 237.9 Unidentified correspondents
Box 238 Birthday cards and invitations
f. 353.11 Domestic help correspondence
f. 353.12 Personal correspondence, part 2, 1989
f. 353.13 To file (Correspondence)
Family Correspondence
Broadwater, Bowden
f. 353.14 Broadwater, Bowden
f. 353.15 Broadwater, June
Box 239 Broadwater-McCarthy
Box 240-242 McCarthy-Broadwater
Box 242 McCarthy's Valentines to Broadwater, (7)
Johnsrud, Harold
f. 356.3 Johnsrud, Harold
McCarthy and Preston Family
f. 243.1 Davies, Myrtle, 1985-1988
f. 243.2 Hooper, Bayard, 1978, n.d.
f. 243.3 Hooper, Mary McCarthy, 1972-1984
f. 243.4 McCarthy, Eleanor, 1977
f. 353.16 McCarthy, J. Harry
f. 243.5 McCarthy, J. Harry, 1952
f. 243.6 McCarthy, James Kevin ("Flip"), 1967-1984, n.d.
f. 243.7 McCarthy, Kate, 1987, n.d.
f. 244.1 McCarthy, Mary-Kevin McCarthy, 1949-1963 (photocopies])
f. 244.2 - 244.5 McCarthy, Kevin, 1964-1988, n.d.
f. 353.17 McCarthy, Kevin
f. 243.8 McCarthy, Lillah, 1971-1988, n.d.
f. 243.9 McCarthy, Mary Dabney, 1964-1988, n.d.
f. 353.18 McCarthy, Mary D.
f. 243.10 McCarthy, Preston and Ethel, 1983-1988, [n.y.]
f. 353.19 McCarthy, Preston
f. 353.20 McCarthy, Sophia
f. 243.11 Preston, Augusta Morganstern, 1932
f. 354.1 Preston, Augusta Morganstern (Grandmother)
f. 243.12 - 243.13 Preston, Frank and Myrtle, 1964-1983, n.d.
f. 354.2 Preston, Frank (Preston, Thorgrimson and Horowiz Attorneys at Law)
f. 354.3 Preston, Isabel
f. 354.4 Preston, Mrs. Frank
f. 243.14 Prince, Augusta Dabney McCarthy, 1964-1988
f. 243.15 Miscellaneous McCarthy relatives, 1983-1985
West Family
f. 354.5 Carol Brightman to Jim West
f. 245.1-.4 West, Alison, 1973-1988
f. 245.5 West, Danny and Bonnie, 1973-1988
f. 245.6-.8 West, Hope, 1962-1987
f. 354.6 Hope West
f. 246.1 McCarthy, Mary to James West, 1967
f. 246.2 McCarthy, Mary to James West [The "Laos Letters"], 1968
f. 355.2 Mary McCarthy to Jim West
f. 246.3 West, James to Mary McCarthy, 1972-1986
f. 354.7 James West after her death
f. 354.8 James West – information from trust
f. 354.9 Jim West to Frances Kiernan
f. 354.10 - 354.12 Jim West (after Mary’s death)
f. 355.1 Jim West – notes
f. 246.4 West, Jonathan, 1977-1988
f. 355.3 West, Rebecca
f. 355.4 West, Rebecca, correspondence with Arthur Schlesinger, Jr.
f. 355.5 West Family Correspondence
Wilson Family
f. 355.6 Wilson, Edmund – photocopies, 1937
f. 355.7 - 355.10 Wilson, Edmund, 1945-1956, 1971, n.d.
f. 247.1 - 247.9 Wilson, Edmund to Mary McCarthy, 1937-194p, 1961-1971, n.d.
f. 247.12 Wilson, Edmund to Mary McCarthy, 1944-1961 (photocopies)
f. 247.10 Wilson, Edmund to Reuel Wilson, 1945-1949
f. 247.11 McCarthy, Mary to Edmund Wilson, 1945
f. 247.13 To Mary McCarthy re: Edmund Wilson, 1973
f. 248.1 Wilson, Elena, 1959-1979
f. 248.2 Wilson, Helen, 1982
f. 355.11 Wilson, Helen
f. 248.3 - 248.6 Wilson, Marcia and Jay w/1 ltr. about Marcia from MM (5/15/64), 1964-1988
f. 249.1 - 249.6 Wilson, Marcia and Jay, 1980s
f. 249.7 Wilson, Rosalind, 1944, 1981
f. 356.1 Wilson, Rosalinde
Boxes 250-251 Wilson, Reuel, 1946-1988
f. 355.12 Wilson, Reuel and Marcia
f. 355.13 - 355.14 Wilson, Reuel, 1951-1959
f. 356.2 Wilson, Susan Colston
Correspondence Notebooks
f. 356.4 Correspondence Notebook, 9 Oct 1981 - 2 June 1982
f. 356.5 Correspondence Notebook, Sep 1980 - Mar 1982
f. 356.6 Correspondence Notebook, Jul - Aug 1982
f. 356.7 Correspondence Notebook, Sep - Oct 1982
f. 357.1 Correspondence Notebook, 20 May - 7 Jul 1983
f. 357.2 Correspondence Notebook, 1 Jul - 26 Aug 1983
f. 357.3 Correspondence Notebook, Sep 1983
f. 357.4 Correspondence Notebook, May - June 1984
f. 357.5 Correspondence Notebook, June 1984 -
f. 358.1 Correspondence Notebook, 13 Aug -15 Sep 1984
f. 358.2 Correspondence Notebook, Oct - 17 Nov 1984
f. 358.3 Correspondence Notebook, 17 Nov 1984
f. 358.4 Correspondence Notebook, May - Sep 1985
f. 358.5 Correspondence Notebook, Sep - Oct 1985
f. 358.6 Correspondence Notebook, 17 May -7 June 1986
f. 359.1 Correspondence Notebook, June - Dec 1986
f. 359.2 Correspondence Notebook, 20 May - 30 June 1987
f. 359.3 Correspondence Notebook, 30 June 1987
f. 359.4 Correspondence Notebook, 8 Aug 1987 - 12 Jul 1988
f. 359.5 Correspondence Notebook, Feb - Apr 1988
f. 360.1 Correspondence Notebook, 2 Jul 1988 - 10 June 1989
f. 360.2 Correspondence Notebook, June-July 1989
f. 360.3 Correspondence Notebook, July– Aug 1989
f. 360.4 Correspondence Notebook
f. 360.5 Correspondence Notebook

SERIES VI: PERSONAL AND BIOGRAPHICAL MATERIAL

Books about McCarthy
The Company She Kept, by Doris Grumbach (1967)
f. 91.13 - 91.14 Correspondence: Grumbach – McCarthy, 1965-1967
f. 91.15 Publishers'/agents' correspondence, 1966-1967
f. 91.16 Correspondence: Wilson - Coward-McCann, 1966
f. 92.1 MS notes [written by James West?]
f. 92.2 Transcripts of McCarthy interviews with Grumbach
f. 92.3 Galleys
f. 92.4 - 92.6 Corrected proofs
f. 92.7 Reviews
Mary McCarthy: A Bibliography, by Sherli Evens Goldman (1968)
f. 93.1 Correspondence: Goldman – McCarthy, 1965-1979
f. 93.2 TS: "A Comprehensive Bibliography of Mary McCarthy" (Dec. 1965) - Goldman
Mary McCarthy: A Life, by Carol Gelderman (1988)
f. 93.3 - 93.8 Correspondence, 1980-1988
f. 93.9 Photo choices, Dec 1987
f. 93.10 Reviews
f. 93.11 McCarthy's corrections and notes
f. 94.1 - 94.5 Gelderman's manuscript
Writing Dangerously: Mary McCarthy and Her World, by Carol Brightman (1992)
f. 95.1 - 95.2 Correspondence: Brightman – McCarthy, 1979-1988
f. 95.3 Other work by Brightman
Other Works about McCarthy
f. 96.1 Flora, Joseph. "Mary McCarthy ..." [essay] in Dictionary of Literary Biography Yearbook, 1981
f. 96.2 Korelitz, Jean Hanff. "Book It: `Memories of a Catholic Girlhood' ..."
f. 96.3 - 96.4 Mallon, Thomas. "Excited Scruples: Ideas of Human Responsibility in the Writings of Mary McCarthy"
f. 96.5 Munroe, Gretchen Himmele. "Mary McCarthy ..." [essay] in Dictionary of Literary Biography, vol. 2, American Novelists Since World War II, 1979
f. 96.6 Steane, Nina. "Quite Contrary. Mary McCarthy." ("Based on a talk given to the Northampton Arts Association Literature Group, Feb. 4th 1971), (TS draft)
f. 96.7 Stock, Irvin. "A Closer Look at Mary McCarthy": TS photocopy; and "The Magic Mountain": inscribed and signed offprint
f. 96.8 Taylor, Gordon O. "Cast a Cold 'I': Mary McCarthy on Vietnam," (TS photocopy)
f. 96.9 Trouard, Dawn Catherine. "The Charmed Circles of Mary McCarthy": TS copy of Master's thesis
f. 96.10 Van de Wouw, Josephine. "Mary McCarthy: The Quest for Truth": TS copy of doctoral thesis
f. 393.1 "Portrait of a Lady: Mary McCarthy," The Paris Metro, 15 Feb 1978
f. 328.8 Articles about Vassar
f. 328.9 Vassar
f. 328.10 Exhibit flyers
f. 328.11 French article
f. 328.12 Memoir - French
Personal Files
f. 87.4 Note cards — recipes
f. 361.1 Address Books
f. 361.2 Biographical References
f. 361.3 Biography
f. 361.4 Birthdays, Etc.
f. 361.5 Bloomingdales
f. 361.6 Calendar, 1959
f. 361.7 Calendar, 1986
f. 361.8 Calendars
f. 362.1 Engagement Books
f. 362.2 Engagement Books, 1983
f. 362.3 Engagement Diary
f. 362.4 Engagement Notebooks
f. 362.5 Engagement Notebook, Semainier (Weekly), 1984
f. 362.6 Entertainment, 1986
f. 363.1 Entertainment – Parties and Calendar, 1977
f. 363.2 Entertainment – 75th Birthday
f. 363.3 Holland Calendar, 1984
f. 363.4 Lecture at Beinecke, Yale University
f. 363.5 McCarthy geneology
f. 363.6 Meals and entertainment, 1989
f. 363.7 Obituaries
f. 363.8 Obituaries (MM)
f. 363.9 Restaurants and Entertaining, 1981
f. 363.10 Vassar Memorial
f. 363.11 Venini Lights
f. 363.12 Wedding Announcement
Box 252 McCarthy's record of entertainment
Box 253 McCarthy's calendars, datebooks, and address books, 1947-1973 [scattered]
f. 254.1 Miscellaneous addresses
f. 254.2 Marriage to James West, 15 April 1961 (correspondence, list, map)
f. 254.3 McCarthy's 60th birthday, 21 June 1972 (guest list and seating charts)
f. 254.4 - 254.5 A Memorial Service for Mary McCarthy, The Pierpont Morgan Library, 8 November 1989 (invitation, clipping and transcript of speakers)
Box 294 A Memorial Service for Mary McCarthy, The Pierpont Morgan Library 8 November 1989 (audiotape)
f. 254.6 - 254.8 Mary McCarthy: A Tribute, Vassar College, 5 May 1990 (program, flyer, and guest list, acceptances and regrets)
f. 255.1 - 255.3 Miscellaneous biographical information and correspondence re: various biographical reference works, 1973-1989
f. 255.4 Miscellaneous family information, n.d.
Scrapbooks
Box 296 Scrapbook/diary of Simon Manly Preston (McCarthy's great-grandfather)
Box 297 McCarthy's scrapbook, 1956,1962
Box 298 McCarthy's scrapbook, 1967-1970
Medical Records
Box 256 McCarthy medical information
f. 364.1 Aetna Claims – Pharmacy
f. 364.2 Aetna Claims Pending (interim reports)
f. 364.3 Aetna (forms and information)
f. 364.4 Aetna – NYH – CUMC Radiology
f. 364.5 Aetna payments Jim d.o.s. , 1988
f. 364.6 Aetna payments Mary d.o.s., 1988
f. 364.7 - 364.9 Aetna payments Mary d.o.s., 1989
f. 365.1 - 365.6 Family Health
f. 365.7 Logs of Med Service, 1988-1989
f. 365.8 McCarthy Family
f. 365.9 MDS Labs – Hudson Valley
f. 366.1 Medical service before 1988
f. 366.2 Medical services not reimbursable (for income tax)
f. 366.3 Medicare EOBs
f. 366.4 New York Hospital – Bills and payments
f. 366.5 Payments to doctors, after insurance payment, rec’d 1988-1989
f. 366.6 Review of health conditions
Box 366.7 X-rays, Apr 1982
Box 391.2 X-rays, Apr 1982
Box 393.6 X-rays, Apr 1982
Box 366.8 Documents accompanying x-rays, Apr 1982

SERIES VII: LEGAL AND FINANCIAL MATERIAL

Legal Documents
f. 367.1 American Wills (superseded), 1969, 1982
f. 367.2 Birth certificates
f. 367.3 Death certificates
f. 367.4 Equitable Insurance
f. 367.5 French Estate – Paris Apt – Appraisal
f. 367.6 French Estate – Paris Apt – Receipts for Expenses
f. 367.7 French Estate – Pairs Apt – Sale
f. 367.8 - 367.9 French Estate – Will
f. 368.1 French Will, 23 Oct 1969
f. 368.2 Funeral
f. 368.3 Homeowners – Paris – Christian de Claresn Et Fils
f. 368.4 Homeowners – Paris – Security Storage
f. 368.5 Legal
f. 368.6 Memorial Donations In Mary’s Name
f. 368.7 Miscellaneous, 1989
f. 368.8 Personal Property – Paris – Shipment to US, Aug 1990
f. 368.9 Probate Court documents
f. 368.10 Tombstone
f. 368.11 Trust – AM Health
f. 369.1 US Estate – Accounts – Bank Acct Statement - BONY, 028-3182, 1990
f. 369.2 US Estate – Accounts – Bank Acct Statements - BONY 075-3203, 1990
f. 369.3 US Estate – Accounts – Bank Acct Statements, 07-1951 Fleet, 1990
f. 369.4 US Estate – Accounts – Bank Acct Statement, 397-0310 Fleet, 1990
f. 369.5 - 369.7 US Estate – Correspondence – Houck
f. 369.8 US Estate – Correspondence – True
f. 369.9 US Estate – Documents
f. 369.10 US Will
f. 369.11 Will Probated in Hancock County (inc. death certificate), 30 Oct 1989
Box 257 Legal documents [Closed]
Hellman Lawsuit Material
f. 370.1 Hellman
f. 370.2 Hellman Letter
f. 370.3 Lawsuit of Lillian Hellman
Box 258 Hellman motions
Box 259 Hellman lawsuit
Financial Papers
f. 370.4 Apl. Expenses, 1986
f. 370.5 Bank Books – The Bank of New York
f. 370.6 Bank Statements - 7 IRS St. and Cert. Of Dep., 1981
f. 370.7 Bank Statements, Summer 1983
f. 371.1 - 371.4 Bank Statements, 1988
f. 372.1 - 372.4 Bank Statements, 1989
f. 372.5 Books, Newspapers and Magazines, 1986
f. 372.6 Business
f. 372.7 Checks
f. 372.8 Contributions, 1986
f. 372.9 Current Business, 1989
f. 373.1 Dwellings – 141 Rue de Rennes, 1975-1976
f. 373.2 Dwellings – 141 Rue de Rennes, 1976, 1983
f. 373.3 - 373.8 Dwellings – 141 Rue de Rennes
f. 374.1 - 374.6 Dwellings – Castine
f. 374.7 Dwellings – Castine Financial, 1983
f. 374.8 Dwellings – Country Houses
f. 374.9 Dwellings – Florence Apartment
f. 374.10 Dwellings – Paris
f. 374.11 Egyptian American Corporation
f. 374.12 Expenses, 1981
f. 375.1 - 375.4 Expenses, 1981
f. 376.1 - 376.3 Expenses, 1983, 1988, n.d.
f. 376.4 Expenses Processed, 1986
f. 376.5 - 376.6 Financial, 1978-1988
f. 377.1 Financial, 1988
f. 377.2 - 377.3 Financial Info, 1986
f. 377.4 - 377.6 Financial Misc
f. 377.7 Finances (French)
f. 377.8 Flowers and Grooming, 1986
f. 377.9 Grooming for Appearance
f. 377.10 - 377.12 Hannah Arendt
f. 378.1 Hannah Arendt
f. 378.2 Hannah Arendt – Trust
f. 378.3 Household Expenses
f. 378.4 Household Information Paris Appartment
f. 378.5 - 378.7 Income, 1981, 1983
f. 379.1 - 379.7 Income, 1983, 1986, 1988-1989
f. 380.1 - 380.2 Income, Summer 1986
f. 380.3 Interest Paid on Credit Acct.
f. 380.4 Jeannteie et Cie
f. 381.1 Mail Orders
f. 381.2 Miscellaneous, 1986
f. 381.3 Miscellaneous
f. 381.4 Odds and Ends, 1983
f. 381.5 Office, Secretarial, and Postage
f. 381.6 Prof. Expenses (and Medical), 1986
f. 381.7 Secretarial
f. 381.8 Secretarial and Typewriter repair, 1983
f. 381.9 Summer Expenses, 1983
f. 382.1 Travel and Flowers, 1983
f. 382.2 Used checkbooks
f. 382.3 - 382.4 Utilities, 1989
f.s 383.1 - 383.4 Vassar College – Papers
f. 383.5 - 383.6 Vassar College – Papers, 1983-1988
Boxes 260-263 Financial papers
Tax material
f. 384.1 Deductions
f. 384.2 - 384.3 Documentation for 1989 Income
f. 384.4 Fr. Estate – Tax Returns – Loan for tax payment
f. 384.5 Income Tax, 1989
f. 384.6 Income Tax, 1984
f. 384.7 Income tax docs, 1989
f. 385.1 Income tax docs, 1989
f. 385.2 Internal Revenue Service (Nathan Katz)
f. 385.3 Sales Taxes, 1983
f. 385.4 Sales Taxes, Foreign and Estimated Taxes, 1981
f. 385.5 Taxes, 1983
f. 385.6 Taxes, 1985
f. 385.7 Tax Files, 1990
f. 385.8 Tax material, 1987-1988
f. 385.9 Tax papers, processed, 1986
Boxes 264-276 Tax material

SERIES VIII: PHOTOGRAPHS

Mary McCarthy
f. 277.1 As infant and child
f. 386.9 Mary – child
f. 386.12 Young Mary
f. 386.1 Annie Wright Seminary
f. 277.2 Portrait: Annie Wright student. Photographer: Leonid Finch, Seattle , [ca. 1928]
f. 277.2 Portrait: Annie Wright student. Photographer: Leonid Finch, Seattle, [ca. 1928]
f. 277.3 Portrait. Photographer: Henri Jacobs, Tacoma, [1929]
f. 277.4 At Vassar, 1930-1932
f. 277.5 Vassar senior portrait. Photographer: Irving Chidnoff, New York; Joke photo, 1933
f. 277.6 Snapshots, [1940s]
f. 277.7 Portrait. Photographer: Philippe Halsman, New York, 1942
f. 277.8 Portrait. Photographer: Gene Fenn, 1944
f. 277.9 Portraits. Photographer: Kevin McCarthy, [ca. 1949?]
f. 277.10 Contact sheets. Photographer: Ralph Ellison, 1949
f. 277.11 Portraits. Photographer: Ralph Ellison, 1949
f. 278.1 Portraits. Photographer: Sylvia Salmi, Wellfleet, MA, [ca. summer 1942]
f. 278.2 Portraits for Cast a Cold Eye, 1950
f. 278.3 Portraits. Photographer: [Kevin McCarthy?], [ca. 1950?]
f. 278.4 Portraits taken at Portsmouth, RI. Photographer: [Kevin McCarthy?], [ca. 1950?]
f. 278.5 Portrait for Providence Sunday Journal, [ca. 1950]
f. 278.6 Portrait for Providence Sunday Journal, [ca. 1952]
f. 278.7 Portrait at Westport, CT harbor. Photographer: Kevin O'Flaherty McCarthy [ca. 1952]
f. 278.8 Portraits. Photographer: Cecil Beaton, London, 1955-1959
f. 278.9 Portrait taken at Peggy Guggenheim's. Photographer: Islay Lyons, Rome, [ca. 1956]
f. 278.10 Portrait. Photographer: Inge Mörath-Magnum Photos, 1956
f. 278.11 Portrait. Photographer unknown, [ca. 1957]
f. 278.12 Contact prints. Photographer: Richard Avedon, New York, 1959
f. 278.13 Contact sheets. Photographer: Cecil Beaton, London, 1959
f. 278.14 Informal shots, [1950s]
f. 279.1 Portrait for The Company She Keeps, 1960
f. 279.2 Snapshots in Europe, 1960-1961
f. 279.3 Portraits in Berlin. Photographer: Joseph Hunyady, Hungary, 1961
f. 279.4 Informal shots for The Group. Photographer: Gisele Freund, Paris, 1962
f. 279.5 Portrait. Photographer: André Morain, Paris, 1963
f. 279.6 Portrait. Photographer: Jack Nisberg, London [for Newsweek ], 1963
f. 279.7 Portrait in Paris. Unnamed Italian priest, [ca. 1964]
f. 279.8 Informal shots at Jim Jones' home. Photographer: Stanley Marcus, Fall 1965
f. 279.9 Informal shots. Photographer: Otto Breicha, Vienna, 1967
f. 279.10 Snapshots at office of Dr. Seymour Bonwit. Photographer: Kevin McCarthy, 1969
f. 279.11 Portrait. Photographer: Rollie McKenna, Stonington, CT, 1969
f. 279.12 Informal shots and snapshots, 1960s
f. 279.13 Snapshots in Venice. Photographer: Kevin McCarthy, [1960s?]
f. 279.14 Informal shots for Birds of America. Photographer: Jack Nisberg, [ca. 1970]
f. 279.15 Contact sheets. Photographer: Ray Wilson, 1971
f. 279.16 Portraits in Paris. Photographer: Ray Wilson, 1971
f. 279.17 Portrait. Photographer: Nancy Crampton, New York, [ca. 1973?]
f. 279.18 Portraits for Minneapolis Journal article. Photographer: Kent Kobersteen, Minneapolis, 1973
f. 279.19 Informal shots at Watergate hearings. Photographer: Marc Riboud-Magnum, 1973
f. 279.20 Contact sheets. Photographer: Mark Antman, 1976
f. 279.21 Informal shots. Photographer: Mark Antman, 1976
f. 279.22 Portrait in Paris. Photographer: Cartier-Bresson, [1970s?]
f. 279.23 Portrait for Le Figaro, [1970s?]
f. 279.24 Contact sheets. Photographer: Jill Krementz, New York, [1970s?]
f. 279.25 Portrait. Photographer: Jill Krementz, New York, [1970s?]
f. 280.1 Portraits. Photographer: Carlos Freire, Paris, 1977-1980
f. 280.2 Portraits. Photographer: Rhoda Nathans, New York, [1982?]
f. 280.3 Informal shots. Photographer: FEREFOTO, London, [1980s]
f. 280.4 Informal shots. Photographer: Martine Franck/VIVA, Paris, [1980s]
f. 280.5 Portrait. Photographer: Kelly Wise, [1980s]
f. 280.6 Informal shots. Photographer: SW, [ca. 1980s]
f. 280.7 Contact sheets. Photographer: Gisele Freund, Paris, n.d.
f. 280.8 Informal shots in England, n.d.
f. 391.1 Horst Tappe portrait, with accompanying letter from Penny Penwick, [London] Sunday Times
f. 386.3 In front of balcony – from magazine
f. 386.4 Mary – assorted – color
f. 386.5 Mary at desk, 1987, n.d.
f. 386.6 Mary at reception
f. 386.7 Mary – Bard College
f. 386.8 Mary – Black and white assorted
f. 386.10 Mary – various
f. 386.17 Mary wearing hat
f. 280.9 Passport photos, n.d.
f. 386.11 Passport photos
Preston and McCarthy Families
f. 386.13 McCarthy Family, ca. 1915
Box 281 Preston and McCarthy Families
Harold Johnsrud and Wilson Family
f. 386.14 Harold Johnsrud
Box 282 Harold Johnsrud, Edmund Wilson, and Wilson Families
Bowden Broadwater and West Family
f. 386.15 Jim West
f. 386.16 Mary with Bowden
Box 283 Bowden Broadwater, James West, and West Family
Friends and Acquaintances
f. 387.1 Hanna Arendt
f. 387.2 Nootboom and Booth at Castine
Box 284 Friends and acquaintances
Residences
Box 285 Residences
Places and Events
f. 387.3 Bard College Commencement, 1989
f. 387.4 Bard Luncheon
f. 387.5 Colby College Honorary Degree Ceremony
f. 387.9 University of Maine Honorary Degree Ceremony
f. 386.2 University of Maine Honorary Degree Ceremony
f. 387.10 Syracuse University Honorary Degree Ceremony, 12 May 1973
f. 387.6 Unidentified Honorary Degree Ceremony
f. 387.7 Mary’s Funeral
f. 387.8 Mary’s grave
Box 286-288 Places and events
Miscellaneous/Unidentified People and Places
f. 387.11 Unidentified slides
f. 387.12 Unidentified prints
f. 387.13 Unidentified negatives
Box 289 Miscellaneous photographs of unidentified people and places
Oversized Photographs
Box 391.5 Mary Smoking
Box 391.4 "C" Print of How I Grew cover, with accompanying letter
f. 391.3 Newspclipping from magazine - picture of Mary leaving for Vassar, 1929
Box 290 Framed portrait of McCarthy as a child, [1916]
Mapcase — Drawer 36 Student Body of Annie Wright Seminary, Tacoma Washington, 1929?
Box 291 Miscellaneous oversized photographs
Photograph Albums
Box 292 Photo album of Mary McCarthy
Box 293 Photo album of Roy McCarthy

SERIES IX: VIDEO AND AUDIOTAPES

Videotapes
Box 294 Moyers-Hellman interview, 4 July 1984 (Videotape)
Box 294 BBC broadcast, "Monitor: 46," 28 February 1960 (Videotape)
Box 294 BBC broadcast, "Bookstand," 8 January 1963 (Videotape)
Box 294 BBC broadcast, "Take It or Leave It," 13 December 1964 (Videotape)
Box 294 BBC broadcast, "Tonight Special: No Mean City," 28 March 1965 (Videotape)
Box 294 BBC broadcast, "Personal Choice: Mary McCarthy," 14 January 1968 (Videotape)
Audiotapes
Box 388 Mary McCarthy 11-11-53-4
Box 388 Mary McCarthy 11-10-63
Box 388 Mary McCarthy 10/26/69
Box 388 Mary McCarthy 10-15-79-4
Box 388 Mary McCarthy 9/21/82
Box 388 Mary McCarthy 10/4/82-4
Box 388 Mary McCarthy 9/21/87-2
Box 295 Interview with Mary McCarthy, Radioscopie, 22 June 1972 (Audiotape)
Box 295 Hannah Arendt Recollected, 14 March 1980 (Audiotape)
Box 295 Interview with Doris Grumbach (Paris), 19 January 1966 (Audiotape)
Box 295 Mary McCarthy Memorial Service (NY), 8 November 1989 (Audiotape)

SERIES X: CLIPPINGS

Box 299-315 Clippings
f. 389.1 Articles and Clippings
f. 389.2 Assorted Clippings
f. 389.3 Newspaper Articles
f. 363.8 Obituaries (MM)
f. 390.1 Reviews
f. 390.2 Reviews of her work
f. 390.3 Reviews/Interviews - Newspaper
f. 390.4 Reviews – How I Grew
f. 390.5 Reviews – How I Grew –Stones of Florence

SERIES XI. ARTIFACTS and EPHEMERA

Awards
f. 393.6 American Academy of Arts and Sciences certificate, 1974
Box 392 Tube fore American Academy of Arts and Sciences certificate, 1974
Box 392 American Academy of Arts and Letters - Pegasus Pin, 2 Dec 1988
f. 391.7 Annie Wright School Alumae Central Achievement Award for Literature certificate, May 1984
f. 391.6 Confrérie des Chevaliers du Tastevin - awards dinner program
Box 392 Edward MacDowell Award medal, 26 Aug 1984
Box 392 National Medal for Literature medal, 1984
Box 391 Stony Brook Foundation Award for Distinguished Contributions to Higher Education certificate, 26 May 1983
Box 392 Vassar College President’s Distinguished Visitor medal, 1982
Box 391 Vassar College President’s Distinguished Visitor medal - velvet support 1982
Honorary Degrees
f. 393.5 Syracuse University Honorary Degree certificate
Box 392 Tube for Syracuse University Honorary Degree
f. 391.8 Tulane University Honorary Degree
Box 392 Tube for University of Hull Honorary Degree
f. 393.8 University of Aberdeen Honorary Degree
Miscellaneous
Box 391 Membership Cards
Box 391 Memorial Service Guestbook
Box 392 "James Raymond West" and "Mr. and Mrs. James Raymond Rest" Business Cards and Plate
Box 392 Passport, 1967
Box 392 Press Cards
Box 392 Reading Glasses
f. 393.3 Diploma of Graduation from The Annie Wright Seminary, 11 June 1929
f. 393.3 "Ernest Medina Trial" Photograph of sketch, signed Preston Russell, (12" x 16.5")
f. 393.3 "Ernest Medina Trial" Photograph of sketch, signed Preston Russell, (8" x 10")
Mapcase — Drawer 35 "The Group" Advertisement poster for book, 1966, 1966
Mapcase — Drawer 35 Swedish Female Writers Poster, 1981 (2 copies)
Mapcase — Drawer 36 "Mary McCarthy: A Tribute" Vassar College Poster, 1990 (3 copies)
Mapcase — Drawer 36 "The Poets' Theatre Proudly Presents An Evening with Mary McCarthy," n.d.
Mapcase — Drawer 36 List of contributors to the Peggy Guggenheim Collection, 1981

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