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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 feet (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 subject files on a variety of issues such as dissidents, Spanish Refugee Aid and the Vietnam 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 also photos, videotapes, scrapbooks and realia.
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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 subject files on a variety of issues such as dissidents, Spanish Refugee Aid and the Vietnam 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 also photos, videotapes, scrapbooks and realia.

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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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Preferred Citation

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

Processing Information

Original processing date circa 1985. Updated June 2007, June 2011, September 2012, April 2013, and April 2016.

A significant re-processing project was completed in the Spring of 2016. 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.

Boxes 54, 55, and 57-64 were 10 record cartons of photocopies of Arendt/McCarthy letters. It was unclear if the photocopy set was complete, so they were discarded in 2019.

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 reader 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 reader 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 reader 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 was closed until 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

This series includes material created by others about McCarthy, and records that document her day-to-day life, such as address books, calendars, and medical records.
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).

Series VII. Legal and Financial Material

The records in this series include legal documents such as birth and death records, wills, and attorney correspondence. Of note are the documents from the Lillian Hellman lawsuit. There is also a large collection of financial records which document in detail Mary McCarthy's income and expenses, as well as those of James West.

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
Copyright and Permissions
Royalties

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 and Student 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 and Other Writing About McCarthy
Address Books and Calendars
Entertainment and Events
Death
Scrapbooks
Medical Records
Miscellaneous

Series VII. Legal and Financial Material

Legal Documents
Hellman Lawsuit Material
Financial Records
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
1.1 - 1.2 Early writing [Annie Wright Seminary?]: Poetry
1.3 Early writing [Annie Wright Seminary?]: "There was a lovely princess ... "
1.4 Annie Wright Seminary writing: English IVb
1.5 Annie Wright Seminary writing: Prose and poetry
316.1 Writing done at Vassar
1.6 VC Senior Thesis: "Robert Greene: An Omnigatherum," 1933 (original typescript)
Box 291 Con Spirito, vol. 1, no. 1, February 1933
Published Books
The Company She Keeps (1942)
2.1 Draft: Chapter 1. The Young Divorcée (Cruel and Barbarous Treatment)
2.2 Draft (partial): Chapter 2. Rogue's Gallery, p. 1-40
2.3 Draft (partial): Chapter 2. Rogue's Gallery, p. 29-46
2.4 Draft: Chapter 3. The Man in the Brooks Brothers Shirt, p. 1-46
2.5 Draft: Chapter 4. The Genial Host, p. 1-23
2.6 - 2.7 Draft: Chapter 5. Portrait of the Intellectual as A Yale Man, p. 1-70
3.1 Setting copy: acknowledgments, table of contents, and Chapter 1. Cruel and Barbarous Treatment
3.2 - 3.3 Setting copy: Chapter 2. Rogue's Gallery, p. 1-40
3.4 Setting copy: Chapter 3. The Man in the Brooks Brothers Shirt
3.5 Setting copy: Chapter 4. The Genial Host
3.6 - 3.8 Setting copy: Chapter 5. Portrait of the Intellectual as a Yale Man, p. 111-189
3.9 - 3.10 Setting copy: Chapter 5. Portrait of the Intellectual as a Yale Man, p. 1-79
3.11 Setting copy: Chapter 6. Ghostly Father, I Confess, p. 1-37
3.12 - 3.13 Setting copy: Chapter 6. Ghostly Father, I Confess, p. 190-234
4.1 - 4.5 Publisher's correspondence, 1938 - 1943
4.6 Jacket dummy
4.7 - 4.8 Reader mail, 1941-1959, undated
4.9 Reviews, 1942-1957
4.10 Reviews of Italian edition ( Gli Uomini della Sua Vita ), 1982
The Oasis (1949)
5.1 Letter from R. L. Simon of Simon and Schuster, and biographical notes, 17 Feb 1942
5.1 - 5.5 Original typescript, p. 1-96
5.6 Early variants
5.7 - 5.10 Revised typescript, p. 1-101
5.11 Reader mail
5.12 Reviews, 1949, 1988
5.13 Copy of Horizon with letter from Reuel Wilson to Bowden Broadwater, 1949, 1990
Cast A Cold Eye (1950)
6.1 Typescript variants: "The Weeds"
6.2 Typescript draft: "The Cicerone," p. 18-28 (possibly original version); and typescript variants
6.3 Typescript draft: "The Cicerone," p. 1-30 ("earlyish version")
6.4 Typescript draft: "The Friend of the Family," p. 1-39
6.5 Manuscript draft: "The Old Men"
6.6 Typescript draft: "The Old Men," p. 1-15; "earlier version," p. 2-14
6.7 Manuscript variant: "C.Y.E."
6.8 - 6.9 Typescript variants: "C.Y.E."
6.10 Editorial reader's notes on "Yonder Peasant," 1948
6.11 French translation of "The Old Men," Adam, Oct 1966
6.12 American reviews, 1950
6.13 English reviews, 1952
The Groves of Academe (1952)
7.1 Typescript draft: Chapter 1, version A
7.2 Typescript draft: Chapter 3, version A
7.3 Typescript draft: Chapter 3, version 2
7.4 - 7.7 Typescript draft: Chapters 8-11, early version
7.8 Typescript draft: Chapter 1
7.9 Typescript draft: Chapter 3
7.10 Typescript draft: Chapter 6
7.11 - 7.13 Discarded material
8.1 - 8.12 Setting copy, chapters. 2-13
8.13 Manuscript: lecture on The Groves of Academe, University of Missouri, 1952
8.14 Reader mail
8.15 - 8.17 Reviews, 1950-1953, undated
A Charmed Life (1955)
9.1 Typescript: Notes
9.2 Typescript: "Further notes ... "
f.9.3 Typescript for agent, Brandt and Brandt
9.4 - 9.6 Typescript: Chapters 6-8 variants
9.7 - 9.9 Typescript: Chapters 11-13 variants
9.10 - 9.12 Setting copy: Chapters 1-3, p. 1-68
10.1 - 10.10 Setting copy: Chapters 4-13, p. 69-242
316.2 Book Jackets
10.11 - 10.14 American reviews, 1955-1956, 1959, undated
10.15 English reviews
Sights and Spectacles(1956)
11.1 Setting copy: A Prince of Shreds and Patches, 1956
11.2 English reviews
Memories of A Catholic Girlhood (1957)
11.3 Typescript draft: The Prayers of the Poor [Yonder Peasant, Who Is He?]
11.4 Typescript draft: Yonder Peasant, Who Is He?
11.5 Typescript draft: A Tin Butterfly
11.6 Draft for agent, Brandt and Brandt: My Grandfather and Lord Byron [The Blackguard]
11.7 Typescript draft: The Incognito [C'est le Premier Pas Qui Coûte]
11.8 Typescript draft: C'est le Premier Pas Qui Coûte
11.9 Typescript draft: The Two Brothers [The Figures in the Clock]
11.10 Draft for agent, Brandt and Brandt: The Two Brothers [The Figures in the Clock]
11.11 - 11.12 Typescript draft: The Figures in the Clock
12.1 Setting copy [?], p. 106-166
12.2 Setting copy: Preface material
12.3 - 12.12 Setting copy: Pages 1-186
12.13 Setting copy: Double Solitaire [Ask Me No Questions]
13.1 Captions for illustrations (manuscript)
13.2 Author's proof for preface material
13.3 Unrevised galleys
13.4 Dust jacket and paperback cover
13.5 - 13.7 American reviews, 1957, undated
13.8 English reviews
13.9 - 13.14 Reader mail, 1946-1967, undated
The Stones of Florence (1959)
14.1 Author's notes and clippings
14.2 Publisher's correspondence, 1959
14.3 Correspondence regarding photographs and illustrations, 1958
14.4 - 14.7 Research photographs
14.8 Negatives of photos
15.1 - 15.7 Original text: Chapters 1-7
15.8 - 15.11 Setting copy: Pages 1-83
15.12 Setting copy: Pages 84-106, 129, 142-149
16.1 - 16.7 Another setting copy: Pages 1-257 [numbering inconsistent or missing pages]
16.8 Author's page proofs
16.9 Dust jacket
16.10 - 16.11 Reader correspondence
16.12 American reviews
16.13 Foreign reviews
On the Contrary (1961)
17.1 Drafts: America the Beautiful
17.2 Drafts: The Contagion of Ideas
17.3 Typescript draft: Artists in Uniform [version 1?]
17.4 Typescript draft: Artists in Uniform [part of final version]
17.5 - 17.7 Typescript draft: The Road to Damascus (My Confession) [3 versions]
17.8 Typescript draft: Moments of Choice [earliest version of My Confession]
17.9 - 17.10 Typescript draft: The Road to Damascus (My Confession)[2 versions]
18.1 Typescript draft: Letter from Portugal with notes
18.2 Typescript draft: Up the Ladder from Charm to Vogue
18.3 Notes, galleys: Up the Ladder from Charm to Vogue
18.4 - 18.5 Research for "The Vassar Girl" ( Holiday, May 1951)
18.6 Correspondence with Vassar College regarding "The Vassar Girl"
18.7 Letter to editor of Holiday on Vassar article
18.8 Typescript drafts: The American Realist Playwrights (published version of BBC broadcast)
19.1 Setting copy: A Letter to the Editor of Politics
19.2 Setting copy: America the Beautiful
19.3 Setting copy: Gandhi
19.4 Setting copy: Mlle. Gulliver en Amérique
19.5 Setting copy: No News, or What Killed the Dog?
19.6 Setting copy: The Contagion of Ideas
19.7 Setting copy: Artists in Uniform
19.8 Setting copy: My Confession
19.9 Setting copy: Letter from Portugal
19.10 Setting copy: Mister Rodriguez of Lisbon
19.11 Setting copy: Naming Names
19.12 Setting copy: The Vita Activa
19.13 Setting copy: Tyranny of the Orgasm
19.14 Setting copy: Up the Ladder from Charm to Vogue
19.15 Setting copy: The Vassar Girl
19.16 Setting copy: Recalled to Life ...
19.17 Setting copy: Settling the Colonel's Hash
19.18 Setting copy: An Academy of Risk
19.19 Setting copy: The Fact in Fiction
19.20 Setting copy: Characters in Fiction
19.21 Setting copy: The American Realist Playwrights
19.22 Proofs: Characters in Fiction, Partisan Review, 3-4/1961
20.1 Ma Confession, Preuves, December 1963
20.2 America the Beautiful, Commentary, September 1947
20.3 Mlle. Gulliver en Afrique, reprinted from The Reporter, 22 January 1952
20.4 Characters in Fiction Partisan Review, March-April 1961
20.5 Realisten im Amerikanischen Drama, Dokumente, December 1961
20.6 My Confession, Encounter
20.7 The Vassar Girl, Queen, 8 May 1962
20.8 Reader mail
20.9 Draft reviews
20.10 Published reviews
Mary McCarthy's Theatre Chronicles (1963)
21.1 Typescript draft: Introduction
21.2 Typescript draft: Sheep in Wolfes' Clothing
21.3 Typescript draft: A New Word
21.4 Typescript draft: Odd Man In
21.5 Reviews
The Group (1963)
21.6 Notes: The Group
21.7 Research material: Vassar publications
21.8 Typescript draft: On the writing of The Group
21.9 Correspondence: MM to Hans Hertel, Danish publisher, Arena, 1964
21.10 Correspondence: Publishers, 1964
21.11 Correspondence: Movie version of The Group, 1963-1964, 1984, undated
22.1 [Husted story]
22.2 - 22.10 Typescript draft: Chapters 4-6
22.11 "Dottie Makes an Honest Woman of Herself," Partisan Review, January-February 1954 [later chapter 3]
22.12 "Polly Andrews, Class of '33," New Yorker, 29 June 1963 [later chapter 11-12]
23.1 - 23.4 Reader correspondence, 1963-1970, undated
23.5 Correspondence: Master's thesis, 1975
23.6 Correspondence: MM to New York Herald Tribune regarding review, 16 February 1964
23.7 Correspondence: Partisan Review regarding draft of review
23.8 English language reviews, 1963-1968, undated
23.9 - 23.11 Foreign language reviews
24.1 Scrapbook
24.2 Galley proofs: French edition
24.3 - 24.4 The film — Screenplay by Sidney Buchman (2 versions)
24.5 The film — Famous Artists Productions records
24.6 The film — Publicity stills
[Box 291] Print of paperback cover
393.2 "Aftermath: A Letter from Mary McCarthy," New York Herald Tribune , 8 March 1964
Vietnam (1967)
25.1 Notebook
25.2 Notes (manuscript)
25.3 - 25.4 Typescript draft: Chapter I variants: The Home Program
25.5 - 25.7 Typescript draft: Chapter II variants: The Problems of Success
25.8 - 25.9 Typescript draft: Chapter III variants: Intellectuals
25.10 - 25.13 Typescript draft: Chapter IV: Solutions [4 versions]
25.14 Typescript drafts: fragments
26.1 - 26.4 Setting copy
26.5 Cover dummy
26.6 Page format for dummy copies: Chapter I: The Home Program
26.7 - 26.9 Page proofs
27.1 - 27.6 Page proofs
28.1 - 28.2 Publishers' correspondence, 1967, undated
28.3 Correspondence regarding Diana Trilling, 1967-1968
28.4 Promotional material
28.5 American reviews
28.6 Foreign reviews
Hanoi (1968)
29.1 Notes (manuscript)
29.2 Notebooks (2)
29.3 Typescript draft: Foreword
29.4 Typescript draft: Chapter I, version A
29.5 - 29.6 Typescript variants: Chapter I
29.7 Typescript draft: Chapter II, version A
29.8 - 29.11 Typescript variants: Chapter II
29.12 Typescript draft: Chapter III
29.13 Typescript variant: Chapter III
29.14 Typescript draft: Chapter IV, version A
29.15 Typescript variant: Chapter IV
29.16 Typescript draft: Chapter V, version A
29.17 Typescript drafts: fragments
29.18 - 29.19 Galleys
29.20 Galleys for article: "Hanoi," New York Review of Books, 23 May 1968
30.1 Page proofs: Foreword for On Withdrawl...
30.2 Page proofs: Hanoi - March 1968
30.3 Page proofs: The Party Car
30.4 Page proofs: North Vietnamese Bucolic
30.5 Page proofs: Language
30.6 Page proofs: First Principles
31.1 - 31.4 Publishers' correspondence, 1967-1969, undated
31.5 Reader correspondence, May-December 1968, undated
The Writing on the Wall (1970)
31.6 Notes: Thoughts about MacBeth [General MacBeth] (manuscript)
31.7 Notes: A Bolt from the Blue (manuscript)
31.8 Notes: J. D. Salinger's Closed Circuit (manuscript)
31.9 Notes: Burroughs' Naked Lunch (manuscript)
31.10 Notes: The Hue and Cry, with pamphlet, "The Strange World of Hannah Arendt," 1963 (manuscript)
31.11 Notes: On Madame Bovary (manuscript)
31.12 Notes: The Inventions of Compton-Burnett (manuscript)
31.13 Notes: The Writing on the Wall (manuscript)
31.14 Notes: Hanging by a Thread (manuscript)
31.15 Notes: A Touch of Nature (manuscript and typescript)
31.16 Typescript variants: General MacBeth
31.17 - 31.18 Typescript variants: J. D. Salinger's Closed Circuit
31.19 Typescript variants: A Bolt from the Blue
32.1 Typescript variants: Burroughs' Naked Lunch
32.2 - 32.4 Typescript variants: The Hue and Cry
32.5 Typescript variants: On Madame Bovary
32.6 Typescript variants: On Madame Bovary — French translation rejected by McCarthy
32.7 Typescript variants: Crushing a Butterfly
32.8 Typescript variants: The Inventions of Compton-Burnett
32.9 - 32.11 Typescript draft: The Inventions of Compton-Burnett, later variant [3 versions]
32.12 Typescript draft: More on Compton-Burnett, version A, with a manuscript note
32.13 - 32.15 Typescript draft: The Writing on the Wall [3 versions]
32.16 Typescript draft: One Touch of Nature (fragments)
32.17 Typescript draft: One Touch of Nature (photocopy)
33.1 Setting copy: General MacBeth, introductory pages
33.2 Setting copy: A Bolt from the Blue
33.3 Setting copy: J. D. Salinger's Closed Circuit
33.4 Setting copy: The Hue and Cry
33.5 Setting copy: On Madame Bovary
33.6 Setting copy: Crushing a Butterfly
33.7 Setting copy: The Inventions of Compton-Burnett
33.8 Setting copy: More on Compton-Burnett
33.9 Setting copy: The Writing on the Wall
33.10 Setting copy: Hanging by a Thread
33.11 Setting copy: One Touch of Nature
33.12 Setting copy: [all chapters]
34.1 Galley proofs: marked set
35.1 Dust jacket dummy
35.2 Dust jackets (U.S. and English editions)
35.3 Proofs (with corrections) of book
35.4 Proofs of article: The Inventions of Compton-Burnett, Encounter, November 1966
35.5 Proofs of article: Burroughs' Naked Lunch, Encounter, April 1963
35.6 Proofs of article: One Touch of Nature, The New Yorker, 24 January 1970, with publisher's correspondence, 1969 1969
35.7 Proofs of article: "Eine Prise Natur" (German)
35.8 Article: General MacBeth, Harper's Magazine, June 1962
35.9 Article: A Bolt from the Blue, New Republic, 4 June 1962, with McCarthy letter to the Editor, 25 June 1962
35.10 Article: A Bolt from the Blue, Encounter, October 1962
35.11 Article: The Writing on the Wall, The New York Review of Books, no date
35.12 Article: Hanging by a Thread, The New York Review of Books, 31 July 1969
35.13 Correspondence: The Writing on the Wall, 1969-1970
35.14 Correspondence: General MacBeth, 1962-1966, undated
35.15 Correspondence: A Bolt from the Blue, June 1962, undated
35.16 Correspondence: J. D. Salinger's Closed Circuit, 1962-1963, undated
35.17 Correspondence: Burroughs' Naked Lunch, 1963-1965, undated
35.18 Correspondence: The Hue and Cry, 1963-1964, undated
35.19 Correspondence: "On Madame Bovary, 1964-1968
35.20 Correspondence: One Touch of Nature, January-June 1970
36.1 Clippings and reviews: J. D. Salinger's Naked Lunch "
36.2 Clippings and reviews: The Naked Lunch
36.3 Draft reviews: The Hue and Cry
36.4 Clippings and reviews: The Hue and Cry
36.5 Clippings and reviews: The Inventions of Compton-Burnett
36.6 Clippings and reviews: One Touch of Nature
36.7 - 36.10 Reviews: The Writing on the Wall
36.11 Related reviews: The Writing on the Wall
Birds of America (1971)
37.1 - 37.2 Research notes
37.3 Research publications
37.4 - 37.5 Notes
37.6 Typescript draft: "On the Writing of Birds of America " [for the Franklin Library edition]
37.7 - 37.15 Typescript variants: Chapter 1. Winter Visitors
38.1 - 38.5 Typescript variants: Chapter 2. The Battle of Rocky Port
38.6 - 38.10 Typescript variants: Chapter 3. To Be a Pilgrim
38.11 - 38.17 Typescript variants: Chapter 4. Epistle From Mother Carey's Chicken (7 versions)
39.1 - 39.5 Typescript variant: Chapter 5, version A. Greek Fire
39.6 Typescript variant: Chapter 6 [orig. 7]. Round Table, With the Damsel Parcenet (photocopy)
39.7 Typescript variant: Chapter 6 (photocopy)
40.1 - 40.6 Typescript variant: Chapter 7 [orig. 6]. Leviticus
40.7 - 40.11 Typescript variant: Chapter 9 [no. 8]. A Sybilline Interlude
41.1 - 41.3 Typescript variant: Chapter 10. Two-thirds of a Ghost
316.3 Typescript variant: Chapters 2-6,
41.4 - 41.13 Setting copy: Chapters 1-10
42.1 - 42.10 Corrected page proofs: all chapters
42.11 Galley corrections: Chapter 9
44.3 Foreign Publishers' correspondence, 1971-1972, undated
44.4 - 44.6 Publishers' correspondence, 1969-1972, undated
44.7 Publicity
44.8 - 44.9 Reader correspondence, 1969-1979, undated
45.1 Interviews
45.2 - 45.10 Reviews
Winter Visitors (1970 - Limited edition)
43.1 Galley proofs: marked set
43.2 Corrected galleys
43.3 Author's page proofs
44.1 - 44.2 Publisher's correspondence, 1970-1971, undated
Medina (1972)
46.1 Background of trial participants
46.2 News releases from Fort McPherson, March-April 1970
46.3 Court transcript of U.S. vs. Medina, September 1971
46.4 Notes
46.5 Notes and memorabilia from Medina trial with a note from A. Young, 7 September 1971
46.6 - 46.9 Clippings
47.1 - 47.8 Typescript variants (8 versions)
47.9 - 47.10 Correspondence: writing and publication of Medina , 1971-1973, undated
47.11 Article: "Reflections: A Transition Figure," The New Yorker, 10 June 1972
48.1 Setting copy
48.2 Corrected page proofs
48.3 - 48.5 Page proofs, p. 1-87
48.6 Cover design
48.7 Reviews, 1972-1973, undated
Can There Be a Gothic Literature? (1973)
48A.1 - 48A.3 Research material
48A.4 Notes (manuscript)
48A.5 Typescript variants
48A.6 - 48A.7 Typescript drafts
48A.8 [Setting copy?]
48A.9 [Corrected galley fragment?]
48A.10 Corrected proof
The Seventeenth Degree (1974)
49.1 Typescript variants: Preface [How It Went]
49.2 Letter, 19 Nov 1973
49.2 Typescript draft: Preface [How It Went] (photocopy)
49.3 Notebook: Halberstam [Sons of the Morning]
49.4 Typescript variants: Halberstam [Sons of the Morning]
49.5 Typescript draft: Halberstam [Sons of the Morning]
49.6 Galley copy: How It Went
49.7 - 49.9 Setting copy: The Seventeenth Degree
49.10 [Galley?]: Article: "Sons of the Morning," The New York Review of Books, 25 January 1973
49.11 - 49.12 Galley proofs: The Seventeenth Degree
50.1 - 50.5 Page proofs: The Seventeenth Degree
50.6 - 50.8 Corrected page proofs: The Seventeenth Degree
50.9 Correspondence re: "Sons of the Morning" [article]
50.10 Correspondence: The Seventeenth Degree and review (including letter from Al Capp)
50.11 Interview transcript: "Kaleidoscope" on BBC, 21 February 1975
50.12 Reviews: "Sons of the Morning" [article]
50.13 Reviews: The Seventeenth Degree
Mask of State (June 1974)
51.1 - 51.12 Typescript draft: Watergate Notes
51.13 Typescript draft: Watergate Notes (fragment)
51.14 Typescript draft: "Postscript to Nixon" (photocopy)
52.1 - 52.9 Setting copy
52.10 Galley proofs: author's marked set
53.1 - 53.5 Corrected page proofs
53.6 Watergate trip — correspondence and notes
53.7 Publisher's correspondence
53.8 Reader correspondence regarding Watergate articles and Mask of State
53.9 Clippings and reviews
54.1 Corrected galleys
54.2 Corrected proof [?]: "Postscript to Nixon"
54.3 - 54.5 Watergate Notes: wire service copy
54.6 The Observer, London, promo and McCarthy article, 1 July 1973
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)
55.1 - 55.2 Notes 1974-1975
55.3 Notebook, 1975-1976
55.4 Notes and correspondence, 1978, 1979
55.5 - 55.7 Research material
56.1 - 56.6 Research material
56.7 - 56.8 Research clippings
57.1 - 57.7 Research clippings
58.1 - 58.2 Typescript variants: Miscellaneous
58.3 - 58.9 Typescript variants: Chapters 1-3
59.1 - 59.5 Typescript variants: Chapters 3-5
60.1 - 60.13 Typescript variants: Chapters 6-8
61.1 - 61.8 Typescript variants: Chapters 10-12
61.9 - 61.10 Variants: rejected pages
62.1 Chapter 6-8 variants, (photocopy)
62.2 Draft as of June and September 1977, (photocopy)
63.1 - 63.12 Chapters 1-12 [later draft?], (photocopy)
63.13 Envoi [later draft?], (photocopy)
64.1 - 64.9 Revised setting copy: Chapters 1-11
65.1 - 65.12 Corrected setting copy: Chapters 1-12
65.13 Corrected setting copy: Envoi
66.1 - 66.2 Galley proofs
67.1 Corrected galleys
68.1 Editorial readers' queries and corrections; Cees Noteboom's corrections; photocopies of illustrations; MM's summary of C and M; Acknowledgments; Boeing 747 control cabin diagrams; map
68.2 - 68.3 Publisher's correspondence
68.4 Dust jackets, promo material
68.5 Reader mail
69.1 - 69.7 Reviews
Ideas and the Novel (1981)
70.1 Typescript variants: Chapters 1, 2, 4, (photocopy)
70.2 - 70.5 Setting copy: Chapters 1-4
70.6 Galley proofs
70.7 Galley proofs: marked set
70.8 Galley proofs: author's pages
70.9 Dust jacket and galley proofs of jacket flaps
70.10 London Review page proofs
70.11 Publisher's correspondence
70.12 Reviewer's correspondence
70.13 Reviews
The Hounds of Summer (1981)
71.1 Typescript draft: The Hounds of Summer
71.2 Typescript draft: The Appalachian Revolution
71.3 Working proof and text for paperback covers
71.4 Galley proofs
71.5 Publisher's correspondence, 1962, 1966
71.6 Article: The Appalachian Revolution, The New Yorker, 11 September 1954
71.7 Article: The Hounds of Summer, The New Yorker, 14 September 1963
Occasional Prose (1985)
72.1 Typescript draft: Philip Rahv
72.2 Typescript variants: The "Place" of Nicola Chiaromonte
72.3 Typescript draft: The "Place" of Nicola Chiaromonte [Nicola Chiaromonte and the Theatre" - German translation], 1975
72.4 Typescript draft: Saying Good-bye to Hannah
72.5 Manuscript draft: F. W. Dupee (fragment)
72.6 Lecture Notes: A Guide to Exiles
72.7 Typescript draft: A Guide to Exiles — BBC talk, original version
72.8 Typescript draft: A Guide to Exiles
72.9 Typescript draft: A Guide to Exiles, final version
72.10 Transcript: A Guide to Exiles, Expatriates, and Internal Exiles — BBC broadcast
72.11 Research material and draft: Language and Politics (manuscript)
72.12 - 72.14 Typescript drafts: Language and Politics
72.15 Research clippings: [Living with Beautiful Things] — "Art and the Value of Art"
72.16 - 72.19 Typescript draft: [Living with Beautiful Things] — "Art Values and the Value of Art"
72.20 Notes: Novel, Tale, and Romance
72.21 - 72.22 Drafts: [Novel, Tale, and Romance] — "Narrative Techniques...and Their Implications" (typescript and manuscript)
72.23 Typescript draft: Novel, Tale, and Romance
72.24 Typescript variants: Novel, Tale, and Romance
72.25 Typescript draft: Novel, Tale, and Romance — with letter to The New Yorker, 18 January 1983 (typescript draft)
73.1 Research material: The Tolstoy Connection
73.2 - 73.3 Typescript draft: The Tolstoy Connection (2 versions)
73.4 Typescript variant: The Tolstoy Connection (fragment)
73.5 Manuscript Draft: On Rereading a Favorite Book
73.6 Typescript variants: [On Rereading a Favorite Book] — On Anna Karenina
73.7 Typescript draft: [On Rereading a Favorite Book] — On Anna Karenina
73.8 - 73.10 Typescript draft: [Acts of Love] — If on a Winter's Night a Traveler (3 versions)
73.11 Typescript drafts: Politics and the Novel
73.12 Drafts: Politics and the Novel (typescript and manuscript)
73.13 Research material: [In the Family Way] — Marthe
73.14 Typescript drafts: [In the Family Way] — Marthe
[In the Family Way] Marthe - See also correspondence in 118.2.
73.15 Typescript drafts: The American Revolution of Jean-François Revel
73.17 Miscellany: Without Marx or Jesus
74.1 - 74.3 Research material: La Traviata Retold
74.4 - 74.6 Typescript drafts: La Traviata Retold
74.7 Typescript drafts: The Rake's Progress
74.8 Research material and miscellany: The Very Unforgettable Miss Brayton
74.9 - 74.10 Typescript drafts: [The Very Unforgettable Miss Brayton] — Green Animals
75.1 Galley and corrected proof: The "Place" of Nicola Chiaromonte
75.2 Galley proofs: On the Demo, London, The Times article, 8 December 1968 (Galley proofs)
75.3 Galley proofs: F. W. Dupee — article, with publisher's letter, 23 January 1979
75.4 Galley proofs: A Guide to Exiles, Expatriates, and Internal Exiles
75.5 Galley proofs: [Novel, Tale, and Romance] — Narrative Techniques and Their Implications
75.6 Corrected galleys: [On Rereading a Favorite Book] — On Anna Karenina
75.7 Corrected proofs: [Acts of Love] — If on a Winter's Night a Traveller, New York Review of Books article, 25 June 1981
75.8 Galley proofs: La Traviata [Little, Brown edition], with publisher's letter, 23 May 1983
75.9 Proofs: La Traviata [Little, Brown edition] with publisher's letter, 20 June 1983
75.10 Galley proofs: La Traviata [Little, Brown edition]
75.11 Corrected galleys: Green Animals, House and Garden article, June 1983
76.3 Article: Philip Rahv, New York Times Book Review, 17 February 1974
76.4 Article: Saying Good-by to Hannah, The New York Review of Books, 22 February 1976
76.5 Article: F. W. Dupee, The New York Review of Books, 8 March 1979
76.6 Article: Novel, Tale, Romance, The New York Review of Books, 12 May 1983
76.7 Article: "The Tolstoy Connection," Saturday Review, 16 September 1972
76.8 Article: "Novel Choice: Mary McCarthy on Anna Karenina," The [London?] Observer
76.9 Article: "The Lasting Power of the Political Novel," The New York Times Book Review, 1 January 1984
76.10 Article: In the Family Way, The New York Review of Books, 8 December 1983
76.11 Article: The Rake's Progress, The New York Review of Books, 5 November 1981
76.12 Article: "The Indomitable Miss Brayton," House and Garden, December 1983
76.13 - 76.14 Reviews: Without Marx or Jesus
76.15 - 76.17 Reviews: Occasional Prose
76.1 Publisher's correspondence and author's corrections: Occasional Prose
73.16 Correspondence, 1971
76.2 Dust jacket dummy: Occasional Prose
316.4 - 316.9 Original edited manuscript, pages 1-273
316.10 Manuscript copy, part 1 (Xerox MS)
317.1 - 317.6 Manuscript copy, parts 2-7 (Xerox MS)
318.1 - 318.5 Author’s corrected galley proof, p. 1-217
How I Grew (1987)
77.1 - 77.3 Typescript variants: Chapters 1-4
78.1 - 78.5 Typescript variants: Chapters 3-7
79.1 - 79.7 Typescript variants: Chapters 8-9
79.8 Typescript variants and notes: Chapter 9
80.1 - 80.9 Typescript draft: Chapters 1-9 [final version?]
319.1 - 319.7 Chapters 1-6
319.8 - 319.9 Original edited manuscript, p. 1-100
320.1 - 320.3 Original edited manuscript, p. 101-245
320.4 Glossary by Carol Brightman
320.5 - 320.9 Unedited manuscript, p. 1-245 (photocopy)
321.1 - 321.3 Corrected page proof, p. 1-278
322.1 - 322.4 Corrected galley proof, p. 1-171
81.1 Galley proofs for the book
81.2 Galley proof [for the Vanity Fair? article?]
81.3 Proofs and publisher's correspondence regarding the 7 July 1986 The New Yorker, article "Personal History, pt. I," 1983
81.4 Proofs: "Personal History, pt. II," The New Yorker article, 14 July 1986
82.1 Article: "How I Grew," Vanity Fair, March 1986
82.2 Articles: "Personal History: Getting an Education, pts. I-II," ( The New Yorker, 7 and 14 July 1986
82.3 - 82.4 Reader correspondence, 1986-1988
82.5 - 82.6 Reviews
322.5 - 322.8 Unidentified
323.1 Annie Wright Seminary
323.2 Early material autobiography
323.3 Fragments, Chapters 1-2
323.4 Father’s letters and desk calender
323.5 How I Grew fragments
323.6 Fragments
323.7 Notes for autobiography
Intellectual Memoirs (1992)
82.7 - 82.8 Research material
324.1 Autobiography – Vol. II
324.2 Frani Blough
324.3 Variants of chapter 2
324.4 For Volume II of How I Grew
324.5 For Volume II of How I Grew
324.6 Manuscript - Autobiography - Volume II
324.7 Volume Two
82.9 - 82.12 Typescript variants: Chapter 1
82.13 Typescript draft: Chapter 2
82.14 - 82.17 Typescript variants: Chapters 2-3
325.1 - 325.3 Chapters 1-3
325.4 Forward by Elizabeth Hardwick
325.5 - 325.6 Manuscript, p. 1-77
325.7 Manuscript preparation
325.8 - 325.9 Master galleys, p. i – iv, 1-71
325.10 - 325.12 Master pages, p. i – xxii, 1-114
325.13 Autobiography volume 2, p. 63-78
325.14 Summary and beginning pages
325.15 Unmarked pages
326.1 - 326.2 Manuscript pages - various
Journal Articles by McCarthy
83.1 "Our Actors and the Critics, part I," The Nation — printed article, 8 May 1937
83.2 "The Actors and the Critics, part II," The Nation — printed article, 15 May 1937
83.3 "Two in Our Time," Partisan Review — typescript draft, Summer 1939
83.4 "The Company Is Not Responsible," The New Yorker, — printed article
83.5 "A Filmy Vision of the War," Town and Country — printed article, April 1944
83.6 "Portrait of a Typical Negro?" New Leader — typescript draft, 13 June 1945
83.7 "The Iliad, or, The Poem of Force," politics — pamphlet number 1, 1947
83.8 "The Unspoiled Reaction" — typescript draft
83.9 "The Unspoiled Reaction," Atlantic Monthly — printed article, March 1946
83.10 "The Season Was Good in Enfer This Summer," Town and Country, November 1946 (typescript draft - fragment)
83.10 "The Season Was Good in Enfer This Summer," Town and Country, 30 January 1947 (letter)
83.11 "Theater Chronicle: Sartre and the McCoy," politics — printed article, Winter 1949
83.12 "Greenwich Village at Night," New York Post series, February-March 1950 (typescript drafts)
83.13 - 83.22 "Greenwich Village at Night," New York Post series — printed articles, February-March 1950
83.23 "New Trends in American Education," The Listener — printed article, 24 July 1952
83.24 "The Menace to Free Journalism in America," The Listener — printed article, 14 May 1953
83.25 "The Revolt of the [American] Authors," 26 Nov 1953 (typescript draft and printed article)
83.26 "Thoughts of an American in England," The Listener — printed article, 17 June 1954
83.27 "Brunelleschi's Dome" (typescript draft)
83.28 "Brunelleschi's Dome", Harper's Bazaar — printed article, September 1959
83.29 "Letter to a Translator: About 'The Group,'" Encounter — printed article, November 1964
83.30 "Mary McCarthy Ad-libs on Shakespeare's Women... " Vogue — printed article, [1964?]
83.31 "Verdict on Osborne" — Advance proofs
83.32 "Verdict on Osborne," The Observer, London — printed article, 4 July 1965
83.33 "Verdict on Osborne" — Reader correspondence and clippings
83.34 "Conversation Piece" [transcript of a recorded interview with Janet Flanner], New York Times — typescript and photocopy, 21 November 1965
83.35 Books of the Year, The Observer, London — typescript draft, [19 December 1965?]
84.1 "Notes on the Election," The New York Review of Books — typescript draft, 24 October 1968
84.2 "La Situazione attuale in America" — printed article, [1968?]
84.3 "The Editor Interviews ... Mary McCarthy" — typescript draft
84.4 "The Editor Interviews ... Mary McCarthy," Modern Occasions — printed article, Fall 1970
84.5 [Christmas Books], The Observer (London) — typescript draft and printed article, 1970
326.6 "Imagination, Anyone?" Newsweek — printed article, 10 June 1972
84.6 - 84.7 [Election 1972 — campaign issues], Newsweek — teletype and typescript draft, 1972
84.8 "On Colonel Risner," The New York Review of Books — galleys, 7 March 1974
84.9 [Christmas Books], The Observer (London) — typescript draft and printed article 1974
84.10 "Postscript to Nixon," The New York Review of Books — printed article, [October 1974]
84.11 "Observer Christmas Books," The Observer (London) — typescript draft, 12 December 1976
84.12 "The End of Vietnam," The New York Review of Books — typescript draft, [1976?]
84.13 "Vietnam," Le Monde — typescript draft, [1976?]
84.35 Harold Rosenberg memorial, New York Times — manuscript draft, memorial card, and clipping, 6 May 1979
84.14 "Christmas Books, 1978," The Observer (London) — typescript draft, 17 December 1978
84.15 "Jim Farrell," The New York Review of Books — typescript draft and printed article, 8 November 1979
84.16 "The Novels that Got Away," New York Times Book Review — typescript drafts and printed article 25 November 1979
84.17 [Christmas Books], The Observer (London) — typescript draft, circa 1979
393.4 "A Divorcess on Gay Street: Meetings and Memories," Interview Magazine, January 1980
84.18 Observer Christmas Books 1980, The Observer (London) — typescript draft, 1980
84.19 "Symposium: I Would Like to Have Written...," New York Times Book Review — fragment of typescript draft, 6 December 1981
84.20 "Pearl Harbor," Newsday — typescript draft, 7 December 1981
84.21 "Christmas Books - 1981," The Observer (London) — typescript draft, 1981
84.22 "Green Thoughts: A Writer in the Garden," [review] New York Review of Books — corrected proofs, [1981?]
84.23 "Lété des Rapaces," Playboy, French edition — proofs and printed article, May 1982
84.24 "Watergate Over the Dam," New York Review of Books — printed article, circa 1982
84.24 "A Burst of Pride," Newsday — printed article, circa 1982
84.25 "Love and Death in the Pacific," The New York Times Book Review — typescript drafts and manuscript notes, 22 April 1984
84.26 "Love and Death in the Pacific," The New York Times Book Review — typescript drafts, 22 April 1984
326.3 - 326.5 Chiaromonte – General, 1984-1986
326.7 Chiaromonte – The Paradox of History — postface draft, circa 1985
84.27 "Breeders, Wives and Unwomen," The New York Times Book Review — background notes and correspondence, 9 February 1986
84.28 - 84.29 "Breeders, Wives and Unwomen," The New York Times Book Review — typescript drafts, 9 February 1986
84.30 "Useless Freedom," Annandale magazine — typescript draft and manuscript biographical notes, [Spring 1988?]
84.31 "Useless Freedom," Annandale magazine — clipping and proofs, [Spring 1988?]
84.31 Letter with editorial notes regarding "Useless Freedom," Annandale magazine, 30 March 1988
84.32 "Theater Chronicle: A Touch of the Poet ...," Partisan Review — galley, undated
84.33 "Letter to the Editor," Partisan Review — typescript draft and article, undated
84.34 Miscellaneous McCarthy reviews of others' works
Unpublished Works by McCarthy (alphabetical)
85.1 Comparison Between Italian and American Literary World — typescript draft
85.2 For Janet Flanner — typescript draft, 1978
85.3 Good-bye to Martha McGahan — typescript draft, 1978
85.4 Harold Rosenberg — manuscript draft,
85.5 The Lost Week or The Caged Lion — typescript draft, 1945
85.6 Mr. T, Mr. and Mrs.A, the B's — typescript draft
85.7 On The Siege of Krishnapur — typescript draft, circa 1974
85.8 Remembering Wystan H. Auden — typescript, 1973 (photocopy)
85.9 The Ropes — typescript draft
85.10 Fragments of miscellaneous works (manuscripts, typescripts)
85.11 Fragments of unfinished notes for essays and unfinished letters, (manuscripts, typescripts)
85.12 "Mutualite" (typescript)
Notes and Notebooks of McCarthy
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)
86.2 Notes for study of New Yorker fiction, circa 1948
87.9 Notebook — Florence, circa 1955-1960
87.10 Notebook — Venice, circa 1955-1960
87.5 Notebook — Arthur Miller case, circa 1957
87.7 Notebook — Travel, Italy, 1958
87.3 Notebook — Miscellaneous observations, 1970-1978
87.6 Notebook — Solzhenitsyn's August 1914, circa 1972
87.8 Notebook — Mostly reading notes: Italo Calvino, Marthe, F.W. Dupee, Chiaramonte, and more, circa 1981-1985
87.1 Notes — German lesson
87.2 Notes — Salzberg seminar
327.1 Notes — Aspen Congress
327.2 Notebook — Books on the Gothic
327.3 Notebook
327.4 Notebooks — French Gothic
327.5 Notes — Journal, circa 1952
327.6 Notes — Nabakov letters
327.7 Notebook — The Stones of Florence
328.1 Notebook — English Gothic
328.2 Notes — Miscellaneous
328.3 Notebook — Miscellaneous
328.4 Notebook — Ideas and the Novel
328.5 Notebook — The Gothic
328.6 Notebook — Miscellaneous, circa 1979
328.7 Notebook — [France and Vietnam]
328.12 Notebook — Miscellaneous
328.13 Notebook — Miscellaneous
362. Notebook — Miscellaneous
328.14 Notebook — Notes for Autobiography
Contributions to Others' Works by McCarthy
Miscellaneous
88.1 Exhibition catalogs — Scott and Fowles Galleries, NY, 1948, 1949, 1952 (3)
88.2 Preface to The Guerillas, by Monique Wittig — typescript draft [fragment], 1971
88.3 Essay for Lebenstein '75 — typescript draft, Manuscript notes, and correspondence, 1972
Lebenstein '75 — see also oversized section for booklet
88.4 "Looking Back on 'Locos'" — typescript variants with manuscript notes
88.5 "Looking Back on 'Locos'" — correspondence
88.6 - 88.8 Alfau. Locos: A Comedy of Gestures, Elmwood Park, IL, Dalkey Archive Press, — galley proof, 1988
88.9 "Looking Back ...," The New York Review of Books — galleys of article, 1988
88.10 "Looking Back ...," The New York Review of Books — printed article, 22 December 1988
88.11 "Two Discoveries": [Locos and Village Chronicle], The Nation — printed article, 27 June 1936
88.12 Preface to Niccolò Tucci, The Rain Came Last, New Directions, NY — manuscript notes, typescript variants, 1990
91.12 The Worlds of Fiction (1964) — typescript draft of preface with correspondence, 1962
The Worlds of Fiction — See also McCarthy typescript draft of "The Unspoiled Reaction" in folder 83.7.
Chiaromonte, Nicola
89.1 Memorial volume on Chiaromonte and the Agnelli Foundation — correspondence, 1972
89.2 Translation by Ronald Strom of Chiaromonte article in The New York Review of Books — typescript draft, [1975]
89.3 Translation by Ronald Strom of Chiaromonte article in The New York Review of Books — typescript variants, [1975]
89.4 Chiaromonte article in The New York Review of Books — typescript variant [final version?], [1975]
89.5 Chiaromonte article in The New York Review of Books — galleys and letter from Ron Silvers, 11 November 1974, [1975]
89.6 Reader correspondence, 1975-1976
89.7 McCarthy's thoughts on Chiaromonte's The Paradox of History — typescript notes, 1985 (photocopy)
89.8 McCarthy's postface for Chiaromonte's The Paradox of History — typescript draft, 1985
89.9 McCarthy's postface — publisher's correspondence, 1983
89.10 "The Unresigned Man," The New York Review of Books — corrected galley, article proofs, 1985
89.11 "The Unresigned Man," The New York Review of Books — printed article, 14 February 1985
89.12 Chiaromonte obituaries
90.1 Theatre book — index and notes
90.2 - 90.4 Theatre book — photocopies of essays
90.5 - 90.6 Miscellaneous photocopies
Dupee, F. W., The King of Cats (2nd ed., Chicago, 1984)
91.1 Reference material
91.2 - 91.6 Typescript variant (several versions)
91.7 "On F. W. Dupee," 27 October 1983 article in The New York Review of Books — corrected galley proofs
91.8 "On F. W. Dupee," 27 October 1983 article in The New York Review of Books — printed article
91.9-.10 Publishers' correspondence regarding preface and article, 1983-1984
91.11 Reviews of The King of Cats

SERIES II. PUBLISHING FILES

Agents' Correspondence
331.3 A.M. Heath (Patience Ross), 1954-1955
98.1 - 98.12 A. M. Heath, 1957-1965
99.1 - 99.17 A. M. Heath, 1966-1970
100.1 - 100.16 A. M. Heath, 1971-1978
101.1 - 101.12 A. M. Heath, 1979-1984
102.1 -102.12 A. M. Heath, 1985-1989
331.4 A.M. Heath, 1985-1989
331.5 Brandt and Brandt (Bernice Baumgarten), 1942-1950
331.6 Brandt and Brandt (Bernice Baumgarten), 1951-1954
331.7 Brandt and Brandt (Bernice Baumgarten), 1955-1959, undated
103.1 - 103.9 Brandt and Brandt (Bernice Baumgarten), 1942-1957
103.10 - 103.11 Brandt and Brandt (Bernice Baumgarten), 1959-1965
104.1 - 104.4 Brandt and Brandt (not Baumgarten), 1949, 1958-1971, 1979
104.5 LaPautre, Michelle, 1985-1986
104.6 La Novelle Agence, 1983-1988
American Publishers' Correspondence
332.1 Farrar, Straus and Young (Roger W. Straus, Jr.), 1954-1955
332.1 Farrar, Straus and Cuddihy (Roger W. Straus, Jr.), 1956-1959
105.1 - 105.4 Farrar, Straus, and Cudahy, 1956-1963
105.5 Farrar, Straus, and Company, 1964-1965
105.6 - 105.11 Farrar, Straus, and Giroux, 1966-1988
332.2 Harcourt, Brace and Co. (William Jovanovich), 1950, 1955, 1958
332.3 Harcourt, Brace and Co. (Denver Lindley), 1950-1959
106.1 - 106.2 Harcourt, Brace, and Co., 1957-1960
106.3 - 106.13 Harcourt, Brace, and World, 1961-1967
107.1 - 107.15 Harcourt, Brace, and World, 1968-1973
108.1 - 108.15 Harcourt Brace Jovanovich, 1974-1978
109.1 - 109.13 Harcourt Brace Jovanovich, 1979 - September 1983
110.1 - 110.8 Harcourt Brace Jovanovich, October 1983 - May 1986
111.1 - 111.9 Harcourt Brace Jovanovich, June 1986 - December 1988, undated
332.4 Harcourt Brace Jovanovich, 1988-1989
332.5 - 332.7 Harcourt Brace Jovanovich — How I Grew, 1986-1989
332.8 - 332.9 Harcourt Brace Jovanovich - Trust, 1988-1990
333.1 Alfred A. Knopf Inc. (Alice Quinn, Terry Adams), 1986, 1989
333.2 Alfred A. Knopf Inc. (William Cole) 7 January 1954
333.23 Avon Books (Bard)
112.1 American Foundation for Social Justice, 1970
112.2 Bobbs-Merrill, 1969
333.3 Bollingen Series (John Barrett) 8 January 1947
112.3 D. C. Heath, 1987
112.4 David McKay Company, 1977
112.5 - 112.6 Doubleday, 1969-1983, undated
112.7 Ecco Press, 1982
112.8 - 112.10 Franklin Library, 1976-1983
112.11 G. P. Putnam's Sons, 1987-1988
333.5 Harper & Brothers (Simon Michael Bessie) 8 October 1953
112.12 Harper and Row, 1970-1973
112.13 Herder and Herder, 1969
112.14 Holt, Rinehart, and Winston, 1972-1984
112.15 Jeannette Hopkins [agent], 1974-1976
112.16 Houghton Mifflin, 1942-1972
333.6 Houghton Mifflin Company (Hardwick Mosely), 1945, undated
333.9 Houghton Mifflin Company (Robert Linscott), 1942 October 1
333.7 Intercultural Publications Inc. (James Laughlin), 1953
112.17 Iona College, 1973
112.18 Jordan Davies, 1986
113.1 Knopf, 1977-1988
113.2 Little, Brown, and Co., 1983
113.3 MacMillan, 1962-1986
113.4 McGraw Hill, 1973
333.10 Meridian Books, Inc. (Arthur Cohen) 1957, 1959
113.5 NAL (New American Library), 1957-1974
333.24 New Directions (James Laughlin), 1988-1989
113.6 New Republic Books, 1982-1984
113.7 New York Public Library, 1977
113.8 North Point Press, 1985
113.9 Pantheon, 1946, 1960-1987
333.11 Pendle Hill Pamphlets (Peter Docili), 1951
113.10 Persea, 1982
113.11 Pinnacle Books, 1978
113.12 Random House, 1949-1984
333.8 Random House Inc. (Robert Linscott), 1949-1952
113.13 Reynal & Company 1962
333.12 Reynal & Company (Eugene Reynal) 1956, 1958
113.14 Richard Seaver Books, 1976
113.15 Seabury Press, 1971
113.16 Simon and Schuster, 1971-1982
113.17 Spindrift Press, 1974
113.18 St. Martin's Press, 1981-1982
113.19 Ticknor and Fields, 1988
113.20 Time Capsule, Inc., 1982
113.21 Times Books, 1983-1984
113.22 TCLC, 1987-1988
113.23 University of Chicago Press, 1984-1986
113.24 University of Missouri Press, 1980
113.25 University of Pennsylvania Press, 1983-1984
113.26 Urizen Books, 1977
113.27 Viking Press, 1971-83
113.28 W. W. Norton, 1970-1971
113.29 William Morrow, 1969
113.30 Yale University Press, 1983
113.31 Miscellaneous U.S. publishers, 1957-1986, undated
333.13 Miscellaneous publishers
Foreign Publishers' Correspondence
114.1 Andre Deutsch, undated
114.2 Athlone, 1983
114.3 "Authors Take Sides on the Falklands," 1982
114.4 Carl Hanser Verlag, 1985
333.14 Carl Hanser Verlag, 1988-1989
114.5 Collins, 1986
114.6 Droemersche Verlagsanstalt, 1969-1982
114.7 Éditions Alinea, 1985
114.8 Éditions Bernard Grasset, 1971-1984
114.9 Éditions Denoel, 1983
114.10 Éditions Du Seuil, 1962
114.11 Éditions Gallimard, 1969-1980
114.12 Éditions Gonthier, 1964-1965
114.13 Éditions Jean-Jacques Pauvert, 1967
114.14 Éditions Mazarine, 1981
114.15 Éditions Robert Laffont, 1971-1979
114.16 Éditions Stock, 1963-1983
114.17 Editôra Artenova, 1976
114.18 Editore Einaudi, 1983
114.19 Editorial Lumen, 1971
114.20 Editorial Seix Barral, 1964-1966
114.21 Europa Verlag, 1972
114.22 Giangiacomo Feltrinelli, 1962-1982
114.23 Hart-Davis, 1962-1963
114.24 Hayakawa, Shobo and Co., 1968-1971
114.25 Heinemann, 1957-1967, undated
114.26 Kooperativa Förbundet Bokförlaget, 1949
114.27 Il Mulino, 1983-1985
115.1 Jonathan Cape, Ltd., 1966
115.2 Lester and Orpen Dennys, 1981
115.3 Librairie Arthème Fayard, 1969-1979
115.4 Librairie Arthème Fayard, 1986-1988, undated
115.5 Librairie Ernest Flammarion, 1971
115.6 Librairie Plon, 1962-1963
333.16 L’Oeil (Rosamond "Peggy" Bernier) 1955-1956, undated
115.7 Luchterhand Verlag, 1981
115.8 MacDonald and Co., 1969
115.9 - 115.10 Mondadori, 1961-1979
115.11 Olympia Press, 1962
115.12 Penguin Books, 1973-1984
115.13 Peter Owen Ltd., 1965-1974
115.14 Piper Verlag, 1961-1986
115.15 Polak En Van Gennep, 1965
115.16 René Julliard 1962
115.17 Rowohlt Verlag 1965
333.20 R. Piper et Coverlag (Klaus Piper), 22 December 1952
115.18 - 115.19 Sellerio editore, 1983-1984
115.20 Spóldzielnia Wydawnicza, 1967
115.21 Trevi Publishers, 1971-1979
115.22 Ugo Guanda, 1961
115.23 Ulla Culioli, 1973-1974
115.24 Verlag Kiepenheuer and Witsch, 1962
116.1 - 116.4 Weidenfeld, 1963-1988
333.21 Weidenfeld and Nicholson Limited Publishers (George Weidenfeld), 1957, 1958, 1989
333.22 Weidenfeld
116.5 Wildwood House, 1972
116.6 Wydawnictwo Literackie, 1981
116.7 Miscellaneous foreign publishers, 1958-1987, undated
Publishers' Correspondence: Magazines and Newspapers
334.2 The American Mercury , (Joseph Breed) 1952-1953
117.1 The American Poetry Review, 1976-1986
117.2 The Atlantic Monthly, 1966-1974, undated
334.3 Commentary (Norman Podhoretz), 31 January 1956
334.4 Commentary (Robert Warshow), 1950, 1952
333.14 Der Monat (Melvin Lasky) 1949, 1953
117.3 Encounter, 1957-1967
117.4 Esquire, 1970-1983, undated
334.24 Granta, 1989
333.4 Harper's Bazaar, 1944, 1952
334.5 Harper’s Magazine, 1953, 1959
117.5 Harper's Magazine, 1959-1984
334.6 Holiday (Harry Sions), 1949-1951
117.6 House and Garden with corr. from Hans Hertel, 1983-1985, undated
334.7 The Kenyon Review (Philip Blair Rice), 1949-1950
334.30 Lears , 1989
117.7 Libération, 1985
Libération : see also oversize issue with clippings series
117.8 Libri Paese Seri, 1970
117.9 Listener, 1971
117.10 London Review of Books, 1981-1985
117.11 MD Publications, 1977
117.12 Ms., 1976
117.13 The New Republic, 1962-1975, undated
334.9 The New Republic (Gilbert Harrison), 6 December 1956
334.8 New Republic (Robert Evett), 7 November 1956
117.14 The New Statesman, 1962-1971, undated
334.15 New York Herald Tribune (Whitelaw Reid), 5 July 1951
117.15 New York Post, 1988
334.16 New York Post (James Vechsler). 1949-1952
117.16 - 117.18 The New York Review of Books, 1963 - May 1976
118.1 - 118.6 The New York Review of Books, June 1976 - Mar 1989, undated
334.14 New York Review of Books , 1989
118.7 - 118.8 The New York Times, October 1965 - September 1988, undated
334.10 The New Yorker , 1988-1989
334.11 The New Yorker (Leo Hofeller), 1957
334.12 The New Yorker (R. Hawley Truax), 1957
334.13 New Yorker (Katherine White), 1945-1958, undated
119.1 - 119.7 The New Yorker, 1953-1987, undated
119.8 Newsday, 1981-1982
119.9 Newsweek, undated
120.1 Nova, 1969-1970
120.2 Le Novel Observateur, 1964-1974
120.3 - 120.4 The Observer, London, 1961-1988
334.17 The Observer, 3 October 1956
120.5 The Paris Review, 1986-1988, undated
333.17 The Paris Review (Jeanne McCulloch), 1989 September 6
120.6 - 120.7 The Partisan Review, 1959-1988, undated
334.18 The Partisan Review (William Philips, Philip Rahv), 1948-1989
332.10 Personality: Symposia on Topical Issues (Werner Wolff), 1950
120.8 Playboy, 1959-1971
334.19 The Pontiac Press (J. Dickerson) 15 December1958
333.18 Preuves (Francois Bondy), 14 January 1954
333.19 Punch, 1953-1954
334.20 The Reporter , 1949-1956
120.9 The Saturday Review, 1972-1973, undated
334.21 The Saturday Review (Norman Cousins), 23 September 1954
120.10 The Southern Review, 1964-1966
120.11 The Sunday Telegraph, London, 1961
120.12 The Sunday Times, London, 1968-1987, undated
334.22 "This Week Magazine" (William Nicholas), 31 May 1956
120.13 Time/Life, 1966-1972
120.14 The Times Herald Record, Middletown, NY, 1988
334.23 Town and Country Magazine (Harry Bowll), 21 June 1944
120.15 TV Guide, 1982
120.16 Vanity Fair, 1984-1986
120.17 The Yale Review, 1982-1983
120.18 Die Zeit, 1975-1982
333.22 Die Zeit, 1988-1989
120.19 Miscellaneous magazines, 1960-1983
334.1 Miscellaneous magazines and newspapers, 1989
Photographers and Translators' Correspondence
121.1 Antman, Mark, 1978, undated
121.2 Beaton, Cecil, undated
Freire, Carlos [See folders 195.2 - 195.9]
121.3 Freund, Gisele, 1977
121.4 Kasterine, Dmitri, 1984
121.5 McKenna, Rollie, 1969
Morath, Ingeborg [See Miller, Ingeborg, f. 212.5]
121.6 Nathans, Rhoda, 1974
121.7 Salmi, Sylvia [d. 1979, Mexico], 1964-1990
121.8 Wise, K. Kelly, 1981-1986
121.9 Miscellaneous photographers: (Avedon, Bauer, Hall, Kalter, Nisbert, Raynor, Victor, Wilson), 1971-1987, undated
121.10 Translators, 1960-1979
121.11 Translators, 1987-1988
334.25 - 334.26 Translations – Vincent Giroud
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
334.27 British Broadcasting Corporation
334.28 British Broadcasting Corporation
122.1 Farrar, Straus and Cudahy, 1956-1961
122.2 Farrar, Straus and Young, 1954
122.3 Harcourt, Brace and World, Jan 1950 - July 1972
122.4 Harcourt, Brace and World
122.5 Harcourt Brace Jovanovich
122.6 The New American Library (NAL), 1962-1963
122.7 The New Yorker, 1958-1983
122.8 Random House, 1949-1961
334.29 University of Maine – MPBN Radio Grant, 13 May 1986
122.9 Miscellaneous U.S. publishers, 1940-1965
122.10 Miscellaneous U.S. publishers, 1970-1984
335.1 Contracts – American
335.2 Contracts – Foreign
122.11 Brazilian publishers
122.12 Canadian publishers
122.13 Danish publishers
122.14 Dutch publishers
122.15 - 122.16 English publishers
123.1 Finnish, Norwegian and Icelandic publishers
123.2 - 123.3 French publishers
123.4 German publishers
123.5 Hebrew publishers
123.6 Hungarian publishers
123.7 - 123.8 Italian publishers
123.9 Japanese publishers
123.10 Polish publishers
123.11 Portuguese publishers
123.12 Spanish publishers
123.13 Swedish publishers
123.14 Swiss publishers
123.15 Yugoslavia/Rumania publishers
Copyright and Permissions
123.16 - 123.17 U.S. copyrights
123.18 Foreign copyrights
335.3 Copyright – various
335.4 Kathrine Young
335.10 Permissions (for copyright)
335.11 Permissions
125.3 - 125.10 Permissions, 1960-1971
126.1 - 126.10 Permissions, 1970-1980
127.1 - 127.9 Permissions, 1981-1988, undated
Royalties
335.5 Negative Royalty Statements, 1981
335.6 - 335.7 Royalty Statements, 1986-1988
335.9 Royalty Statements and Equitable and Deposits, 1982
124.1 Royalties — A. M. Heath, 1967, 1972
124.2 Royalties — Brandt and Brandt, 1953-1967
124.3 Royalties — Droemersche Verlagsanstalt Th. Knaur Nachf, 1967-1972
124.4 Royalties — Farrar, Straus and Giroux, 1956-1972
124.5 Royalties — George Weidenfeld and Nicolson, 1956-1972
124.6 Royalties — Harcourt, Brace and Company, 1955-1960
124.7 Royalties — Harcourt, Brace and Company, 1966-1972
335.8 Royalties — Harcourt Brace Jovanovich
124.8 Royalties — Western Printing and Lithographing Company, 1955-1959
124.9 Royalties — William Heineman, 1950-1972
124.10 Royalties — Film version of The Group, 1971-1973
125.1 Royalties — Miscellaneous bank documents,
125.2 Royalties — Miscellaneous,

SERIES III. PROFESSIONAL FILES

Requests
Requests to Interview
130.1 Ahmed, B., 1982
130.2 Belgian Radio and Television (Folmer), 1985-1986
334.27 British Broadcasting Corporation, 1953-1954
130.3 - 130.7 British Broadcasting Corporation, 1962-1988
334.28 British Broadcasting Corporation, 11 April 1989
130.8 Bentley, Joanne, 1982
130.9 Brook Productions [for British TV discussion: "Art, Repression and Freedom"], 1982-1983
130.10 CBS News, 1963-1985
130.11 Canadian Broadcasting Corporation, 1968-1977
130.12 Dabney, Lewis, 1971-1984
336.2 Interview with Elizabeth Daniels, Vassar Campus, 1982
130.13 Danmarks Radio, 1966-1967
130.14 Davis, Linda, 1983
130.15 Dick Cavett Show, 1979
336.3 Interview with Elzbieta Ettinger
130.16 Fineberg, Roberta, 1985-1986
130.17 Horne, Jed, 1987
130.18 Kuehl, Linda [for Commonweal ], 1970-1972
130.19 Lees, Richard, 1981-82
130.20 MacShane, Frank, 1982
130.21 Maine Public Broadcasting, 1982-1987
130.22 McGraw-Hill World News, 1968
130.23 Moore, Geoffrey, 1982
130.24 NBC-TV, 1966
130.25 NRC Handelsblad, 1973-1985
130.26 Niebuhr, Elisabeth, 1961
130.27 Oltmans, Willem (A. W. Bruna and Zoons), 1972-1973
130.28 Orchard, P. B., 1985-1986
130.29 Paris Metro, 1977-1978
130.30 Sender Freies Berlin, 1972
131.1 Underwood, Thomas A., 1987
131.2 Village Voice, 1974-1975
131.3 Waldron, Ann, 1985
131.4 Wetzsteon, Ross, 1986-1988
131.5 Wineapple, Brenda, 1986-1987
131.6 Women's Wear Daily, 1970-1987
131.7 - 131.8 Wreszin, Michael, 1986-1988
131.9 Yale University (correspondence with transcript of interview), 1958
131.10 - 131.18 Miscellaneous requests to interview, 1961-1978
132.1 - 132.11 Miscellaneous requests to interview, 1979-1988, undated
336.1 Miscellaneous requests for interview, 1989
Interview Texts and Transcripts
133.1 "Academic Life in the U.S. Today" — typescript of recorded talk by McCarthy, 20 June 1952
133.2 "Talking of Books," BBC program — typescript, 1953
133.3 "A Talk with Mary McCarthy," Nowa Cultura (Poland) by Cecylia Wojewoda — English translation and Polish article, 30 June 1960
133.4 Interview texts (3)
133.5 "Domande à Mary McCarthy," TV interview — typescript and note, February 1964
133.6 Interview with Michael Millman — typescript and letter, 18 April 1964
133.7 Interview with Radio Liberty — typescript mimeo, 1965
133.8 Interview with Janet Flanner — typescript with correspondence, 1965
133.9 "No Mean City — Mary McCarthy's Paris" — notes
133.10 "No Mean City — Mary McCarthy's Paris" — typescript variants
133.11 "No Mean City — Mary McCarthy's Paris" — transcript of BBC interview, 28 March 1965
133.12 Interview with Edwin Newman — typescript mimeo, 4 December 1966
133.13 Interview with CBC — typescript, 1968
133.14 Interview with Netherlandse Televisie Stichting — typescript and letter, 1968
133.15 Interview with Pierre Dommerques — typescript and letter, 22 May 1971
133.16 "Miss McCarthy Explains," New York Times Book Review interview by Jean François Revel — typescript, 16 May 1971
133.17 Interview with Nuala O'Faolain (BBC) for Harper's Magazine — [galley proof?], 1972
133.18 Interview with Ioan Comsa, for SECOLUL 20, 1976
133.19 "A World Out of Joint": Interview with Miriam Gross, The Observer, London — corrected typescript, 10 October 1979
133.20 "Art, Repression and Freedom": edited version of televised broadcast of discussion of George Steiner, Joseph, and Mary McCarthy — [proofs of Times Literary Supplement article?], 1983
133.21 Interview of Mary McCarthy by Carol Brightman — photocopy of corrected typescript, 25 September 1980
133.22 - 133.23 Interview with Kevin McCarthy — photocopy of corrected typescript, [1979?]
133.24 Interview with NBC — corrected typescript, undated
133.25 Interview w/ Panorama — corrected typescript, undated
133.26 BBC Robert Lowell film — correspondence, no transcript, 1980
Requests to Speak
134.1 American College in Paris, 1963-1969
134.2 American Committee for Cultural Freedom: typescript variants of lecture at Waldorf Conference, undated
134.3 Amherst College, 1962-1986
134.4 [Amsterdam Lecture], "Politics and Literature" — typescript draft, undated
134.5 Aspen Institute for Humanistic Studies, 1970
134.6 Aspen Institute for Humanistic Studies, 1985
134.7 - 134.8 Associazione Culturale Italiana, 1968/1969
134.9 Bard College, 1961-1982
134.10 Bayshore/Brightwaters Public Library, 1971-1973
134.11 Boston College, 1974-1983
134.12 Brandeis University, 1960-1964
134.13 Brown University, 1960
135.1 Carnegie Institute, Museum of Art
135.2 Centre Culturel Américain, 1965
135.3 City Arts and Lectures, San Francisco (Sydney Goldstein), 1984
135.4 - 135.6 City Arts and Lectures, San Francisco, 1985-1986
135.7 Colgate University, 1957-1958
135.8 Collectieve Propaganda van het nederlandse boek, 1970
135.9 Columbia University, "Notes for Thirties Panel" — typescript draft, 1959
135.10 Congrès International pour l'Art et la Culture, 1983
136.1 Congreso de Estudios Anglonorteamericanos de Salamanca — correspondence, 1980
136.2 Congreso de Estudios Anglonorteamericanos de Salamanca, "Narrative Techniques in Contemporary Fiction," — typescript and manuscript draft, 1980
136.3 Congress for Cultural Freedom, 1960-1966
136.4 Congress for Cultural Freedom, "Que menace la liberté culturelle?" — manuscript translation
136.5 Congress for Cultural Freedom: Voice of America version (rejected)
136.6 Denver Public Library, 1985-1986
136.7 Ezra Pound Centennial Conference, 1985
136.8 Fairleigh-Dickinson University, 1983-1984
136.9 Glasgow Program — transcript of panel discussion, 1973
136.10 Goucher College, 1958
137.1 Hancock Point (Maine) Library, 1987-1988
137.2 Harbourfront Reading Series, 1982-1983
137.3 Harvard University, 1961-1988
137.4 Immagine Culturale dell'Italia all'Estero, 1979
328.12 l'Institue National De L'Audiovisuel. "Memoire," an interivew by Constantin Jelenski 7 December 1982
137.5 International P.E.N., 1964
137.6 International P.E.N., "The Novel and Ideas" — typescript variants, 1979
137.7 International P.E.N., 1979
137.8 International P.E.N. , 1962-1983
137.9 - 137.10 International Writers' Conference (Edinburgh), 1962
138.1 McGill University, 1981
138.2 Marin College, 1981
138.3 Mills College, "Ideas and the Novel" — manuscript notes, 1981
138.4 Mount St. Mary's College, 1982-1984
138.5 National Council of Teachers of English, 1973
138.6 New School for Social Research (Hannah Arendt Conference), 1981
138.7 New York State Writers Institute, 1985-1986
138.8 New York University (Hannah Arendt Conference), "Hannah Arendt and Politics" — typescript draft, undated
139.1 Northwestern University Lectures — correspondence, 1958-1959
139.2 Northwestern University Lectures — lecture notes, 1958-1959
139.3 - 139.5 Northwestern University Lectures, "Characters in Fiction" — typescript variants
139.6 - 139.8 Northwestern University Lectures, "The Fact in Fiction" —typescript variants
139.9 Österreichische Gesellschaft für Litertur, 1965-1967
139.10 Ohio Wesleyan University, 1963-1964
139.11 Pacific Lutheran University, 1985-1987
139.12 Partisan Review symposium — typescript draft, 1961
140.1 - 140.3 The Poetry Center, The 92nd Y, 1958-1987
140.4 Pologne (colloquium), 1982
140.5 Realism and Reality Conference, 1963
140.6 Society of American Archivists, 1986-1987
140.7 St. Michael's College, 1980
140.8 Texas Arts and Cultural Organization, 1980-1981
140.9 Theatre of Ideas — manuscript draft speech, 1968
140.10 The Threepenny Review, 1985-1986
140.11 UNESCO: Dante celebration, 1965
140.12 UNESCO: Dante celebration — typescript draft, 1965
140.13 U.S. Information Service, 1983-1984
140.14 - 140.15 U.S. State Department tour, 1959-1960
140.16 University College, London: Lord Northcliffe Lectures — correspondence, 1978-1980
140.17 University College, London: Lord Northcliffe Lectures, "Ideas and the Novel" — typescript draft, 1980
141.1 University of Aberdeen, 1973-1974
141.2 - 141.4 University of California, Berkeley, 1962-1973 (36 items)
141.5 University of Chicago, 1981-1982
141.6 University of Delaware[?], "Contemporary Readings of Fact and Fiction" — typescript draft, undated
141.7 University of Kansas, Lawrence, 1973-1974
141.8 University of Leiden: Huizinga Lecture, 1973-1975
141.9 University of Maine, Orono, 1972
141.10 - 141.11 University of Maine, Orono, 1980-1981
141.12 University of Minnesota, 1972-1973
141.13 The University, Southampton — correspondence, 1980
141.14 The University, Southampton: Hannah Arendt Memorial Lecture — notes, 1980
The University, Southampton: Hannah Arendt Memorial Lecture — see also audiotape: "Hannah Arendt Recollected," Friday, 14th March 1980
141.15 University of Vermont: Second Annual Critical Symposium — program, 1950
144.1 - 144.2 Washington University — includes transcript of 27 September 1983 interview, 1976-1983
144.3 Washington and Lee University, 1973-1974 (25 items)
144.4 - 144.9 The Wheatland Foundation, Leeds Castle, 1985-1988
144.10 Yale University, 1957-1958
363.4 Yale University, lecture at the Beinecke, 1989
144.11 York University: Hannah Arendt Conference — manuscript notes, 1972
337.2 Speaking Engagements — New York and Minnesota
337.3 Speaking Engagements, 1988-1989
144.12 Miscellaneous lecture notes, undated
144.13 - 144.16 Miscellaneous requests to speak, 1957-1963
145.1 - 145.12 Miscellaneous requests to speak, 1964-1970
146.1 - 146.13 Miscellaneous requests to speak, 1971-1981
147.1 - 147.11 Miscellaneous requests to speak, 1982-1988, undated
337.1 Miscellaneous requests to speak
Requests for Panels and Juries
148.1 Amerika-Haus, Frankfort Book Fair, 1965
148.2 - 148.3 Booker Prize for Fiction, 1973
148.4 - 148.5 Formentor Literary Prize, 1963-1965
148.6 The Irish Press, 1975
148.7-.8 Maine Arts Commission — typescript variants of introduction, 1987-1988
148.9 Nice Book Festival, 1971
148.10-.11 National Book Awards, 1975-1976
Requests to Write
337.5 Requests to write, 1955-1959
149.1 - 149.11 Requests to write, 1957-1970
150.1 - 150.9 Requests to write, 1971-1977
151.1 -151.8 Requests to write, 1978-1983
152.1 - 152.9 Requests to write, 1984-1988
337.4 Requests to write, 1987, 1989
Miscellaneous Requests
337.6 Autographs Requests
337.7 Brandeis University (Claude Vigée)
337.8 Carleton College (Robert Corrigan)
337.9 The City College (Edgar Johnson)
337.10 Colgate University (B. Berlind)
337.11 The Harvard Law School Forum (William Parsley)
337.12 John Simon Guggenheim Memorial Foundation (Henry Alley Moe)
337.13 Julius Wile Sons and Co.
337.14 Middlebury College (Reginald Cook)
337.15 National Gallery of Art
337.16 The New York Teacher’s Guild (Cara Cook)
337.17 New York University (Warren Bower)
337.18 Nieman Foundation
337.19 The Poetry Center (John Malcolm)
337.20 Princeton University (E. B. O. Borgerhoff)
337.21 Tulane University (Eamon M. Kelly)
337.26 United States Department of State, New York (Nathan Glick)
337.31 United States Office of War Information (Estelle Campbell)
337.27 University of California (Mark Schorer)
337.28 University of Illinois (Irving Lazar)
337.29 University of New Mexico (E.W. Tedlock Jr.)
337.30 University of Vermont (John Aldridge)
153.1 - 153.9 Miscellaneous requests, 1954-1965
154.1 - 154.10 Miscellaneous requests, 1966-1968
155.1 - 155.10 Miscellaneous requests, 1969 - March 1971
156.1 - 156.9 Miscellaneous requests, April 1971 - December 1973
157.1 - 157.9 Miscellaneous requests, 1974-1976
158.1 - 158.7 Miscellaneous requests, 1977-1978
159.1 - 159.13 Miscellaneous requests, 1979-1982
160.1 - 160.8 Miscellaneous requests, 1983-1984
161.1 - 161.8 Miscellaneous requests, 1985-1986
162.1 - 162.8 Miscellaneous requests, 1987-1988
163.1 - 163.2 Miscellaneous requests, 1989, undated
337.22 - 337.25 Miscellaneous requests
Professional Associations
338.1 - 338.2 American Academy of Arts and Letters
338.3 - 338.5 American Academy and Institute of Arts and Letters
338.6 American Academy - Rome
163.3 The Authors Guild, 1973-1988
Reader and Student Correspondence
339.1 - 339.2 Reader mail
385.6 Reader mail answered by Eve Stwertka, 1957-1958
164.1 Reader correspondence, 1938-1949
164.2 Reader correspondence re: "Greenwich Village at Night," 1950
164.3 Reader correspondence, 1950s
164.4 - 164.12 Reader correspondence, 1956-1967
165.1 - 165.9 Reader correspondence, 1968-1976
166.1 - 166.10 Reader correspondence, 1977-1985
167.1 - 167.5 Reader correspondence, 1986-1989, undated
167.6 - 167.7 Student correspondence
Correspondence with Secretaries and Assistants
See also Series VII for financial records relating to secretarial help.
168.1 General, 1983-1988, undated
184.9 - 184.10 Brady, Mary, 1968-1971, [n.y., no date]
168.2 Fowler, Pat, 1982-1989, undated
339.4 Fowler, Pat, 1989
168.3 Leo, Patsy, 1982-1988, undated
339.4 Leo, Patsy and Jim, 1989
168.4 Michahelles, Rosalind, 1983-1989, undated
212.1 Michahelles, Rosalind, 1976?-1988, [n.y.]
347.16 Michahelles, Rosalind
230.6 - 230.10 Viscusi, Margo and Anthony, 1971-1980
231.1 - 231.7 Viscusi, Margo, 1981-1988, undated
351.11 Viscusi, Margo and Anthony
351.12 - 351.15 Viscusi, Margo, 1970-1989
Teaching Files
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)
168.6 Bard — General, 1945, 1977, 1982, 1985
168.7 - 168.9 Bard — General, 1986-1988
168.10 Bard — Syllabi and Reading Lists, circa 1986-1988
168.11 Bard — Calendar, 1986
168.12 - 168.15 Bard — Attendeance lists and notes, 1986-1987
168.16 Bard — Ben LaFarge, 1986-1988
339.5 - 339.6 Bard College
339.7 Bard School Business
339.8 Notes from Course taught at Bard
339.9 English 244 Booklist
339.10 Letters of Recomendation
339.11 Russian Literature, English 335
339.12 Professor
339.13 The Place of Ideas in Fiction
Awards
171.1 - 171.3 American Academy in Rome, 1978-1989
171.4 American Academy and Institute of Arts and Letters, 1973-1987
171.5 Friends of the Castine Library Award, 1986
171.6 Dartmouth College: Montgomery Fellow, 1980-1981
339.14 Dartmouth College: Montgomery Fellowship Schedule
339.14 Dartmouth College: Montgomery Fellowship, 1989
171.7 John Simon Guggenheim Foundation, 1942-1985
339.15 John Guggenheim Foundation
339.16 MacArthur Foundation
171.8 MacDowell Medal for Literature: correspondence, 1984
171.9 MacDowell Medal for Literature: MS/typescript acceptance speech, 1984
171.10 MacDowell Medal for Literature: clippings, 1984
171.11 The MacDowell Colony: annual report, 1984
172.1 National Book Critics Circle, 1985
172.2 National Institute of Arts and Letters, 1960
172.3 National Medal for Literature: correspondence, 1978-1982
172.4 National Medal for Literature: publicity and acceptance speech, 1984
172.5 Rochester Literary Award: correspondence, 1984-1985
172.6 Rochester Literary Award: acceptance speech: "Grandfather's Bookcase" typescript variants w/ltr. of 6/10/85, 1985
172.7 Rochester Literary Award, 1985 (clippings)
172.8 Stony Brook Foundation, 1982-1983
172.9 Strehlow Research Foundation (Australia) Fellow, 1981-1982
142.8 Vassar College Distinguished Visitor, 1982
172.10 - 172.11 Vassar College Distinguished Visitor, 1982
339.17 Award – Washington State Historical Society
172.12 Annie Wright Centennial Award for Literature, 1984
172.13 Yale University. Ezra Stiles College Associate Fellow, 1987
255.4 Miscellaneous awards, 1974-1976
Honorary Degrees
173.1 Bard College, 1976
173.2 Bowdoin College, 1981
173.3 Colby College, 1973-1974
340.4 Colby College, 1989
173.4 Smith College, 1988
340.1 Smith College, 1988
173.5 Syracuse University, 1973
340.6 Syracuse University
340.7 Syracuse University - clippings
173.6 University of Aberdeen, 1978-1979
173.7 University of Hull, 1973-1974
340.5 University of Hull Honorary Degree
173.8 University of Maine
340.2 University of Maine
340.3 Tulane University
340.8 Tulane University
Vassar College
**See also McCarthy's article, "The Vassar Girl," in Series I. Writings
142.1 General, 1962-1987, undated
142.2 Centennial Symposium — General, 1971
142.6 Centennial Symposium — New York Times article, 1971
142.4 Centennial Symposium — "The Artist as Social Critic," 1971 (draft)
142.5 Commencement — General, 1975-1976
142.6 Commencement Address — "Proper Studies," 1976 (2 drafts)
142.7 Commencement Address — "Estudios Apropiados," Revista de Occidente, Oct 1976
142.8 Distinguished Visitor, 1982
172.10 - 172.11 Distinguished Visitor, 1982
142.10 Celebration, Sep 1985
142.9 25th Anniversary of The Group, 1988
254.6 - 254.8 Mary McCarthy: A Tribute, 5 May 1990 (program, flyer, and guest list, acceptances and regrets)
363.10 Vassar Memorial
142.11 Elizabeth Daniels, 1982 - 1986
336.2 Elizabeth Daniels — Interview, 1982
351.10 Frances Fergusson
337.32 Joan Michaels
142.12 Robert Pounder, 1982-1988
1328.13 Robert Pounder, 28 September 1989
143.1 Dixie Sheridan, 1982-1988
143.2 Virginia Smith, 1981-1988
143.3 Library, 1984-1987
143.4 Class of 1933

SERIES IV: SUBJECT FILES AND RESEARCH MATERIAL

Subject Files
341.6 American Civil Liberties Union (Rowland Watts)
341.7 American Committee for Cultural Freedom (Daniel James)
341.8 Americans for Democratic Action (David Williams)
341.9 Anti-Defamation League (Morton Puner)
168.5 Book Dealers and Rare Books
339.3 Book Dealers and Rare Books
174.1 Chilean aid, 1973-1974
174.2 Civil Rights case, Albany, Georgia, 1963-1964
174.3 Cold War politics, 1985
174.4 - 174.8 Critic: prospectus, 1952
174.9 - 174.10 Paul DeMan controversy [see also ref. in 209.15], 1987-1988
341.1 Paul DeMan Controversy
175.1 - 175.4 Dissidents, 1963-1988
176.1 Europe-America Groups, [1948]
341.2 Europe-America Groups
176.2 - 176.4 First Amendment, 1969
341.10 Glasser, Ira (ACLU)
176.5 Greek colonels, 1970
176.6 Iran, 1972-1987
341.11 Junius Scales Case
176.7 No GWEN [Ground Wave Emergency Network], 1985-1987
341.3 GWEN Correspondence
176.8 Nuclear issues [related to GWEN]
176.9 - 176.10 OECD, 1967-1979
176.11 politics [magazine]: Purpose, 1947
176.12 politics [magazine]: Prospectuses, 1947 (typescript variants)
176.13 politics [magazine]: Thoughts and Suggestions, 1947 (typescript variants)
177.1-177.3 Spanish Refugee Aid, Inc., 1959-1987
177.4 Spanish Refugee Aid, Inc.: Pablo Casals correspondence, 1959
341.4 Spanish Refugee Aid, Inc.: Nancy Macdonald
177.5 Spanish Refugees: Nancy MacDonald's The Forgotten People
177.6 Spanish Refugees: MM's preface to Nancy MacDonald's The Forgotten People, [1986]
177.7 Spanish Refugees: Miscellaneous
341.5 Spanish Refugee Aid
178.1 Vietnam: Articles by Mary McCarthy
178.2 Vietnam: Reviews of McCarthy's Book, Vietnam, 1967-1968, undated
178.3 Vietnam: Reviews of McCarthy's Book, Hanoi, 1968
178.4 Vietnam: Typescript - "The Tragedy of Hue" [by Alje Vennema?], circa 1968
178.5 Vietnam: Unpublished manuscripts - Paul Mus
178.6 Vietnam: Unpublished manuscripts by others
178.7 Vietnam: Transcript of taped conversation between MM, Peggy Duff, Wilfred Burchett, Phillippe Devillers, Jean LaCouture and Claude Bourdet, 1969 April 6
178.8 Vietnam: Correspondence - Tom Buckley and other Vietnam Reporters, 1967-1968, 1972
178.9 Vietnam: Correspondence - re Michael Heck, 1973
178.10 Vietnam: Correspondence - Joe Heflin
178.11 Vietnam: Correspondence - Si Phan
178.12 Vietnam: Correspondence - Miscellaneous
178.13 Vietnam: Readers Mail, 1967
178.14 Vietnam: Readers Mail, 1968-1969, undated
178.15 Vietnam: Maps
178.16 Vietnam: "Mementos", circa 1967-1968
178.17 Vietnam: Hanoi - "Getting There"
178.18 Vietnam: Disserting Action, 1963-1967
178.19 Vietnam: Disserting Action, 1968-1969, undated
178.20 Vietnam: Official United States Government Statements, 1965-1970
178.21 Vietnam: Official United States Government Statements, undated
178.22 Vietnam: Official Vietnam Government statements, 1967
178.23 Vietnam: Unofficial translations of statements of the Democratic Republic of Vietnam
178.24 Vietnam: Official French statements, 1967-1968
178.25 Vietnam: Transcripts and wire reports
178.26 - 178.27 Vietnam: Vietnamese publications and documents
178.28 Vietnam: Pamphlets and booklets by others
178.29 Vietnam: Paris Peace Negotiations - Articles, 1967-1969, undated
178.30 Vietnam: Paris Peace Negotiations - Documents, 1968, 1970, undated
179.1 Vietnam: Atrocities
179.2 Vietnam: Cambodia and Vietnam, 1973
179.3 Vietnam: Bernard Fall
179.4 Vietnam: MIAs and POWs, 1968-1971
179.5 Vietnam: Medical Aid, 1967-1970
179.6 Vietnam: Medical Aid, 1971-1975
179.7 Vietnam: Ho Chi Minh, "Man of the Decade", 1969
179.8 - 179.13 Vietnam: Miscellaneous clippings, 1964-1977 (6 folders )
179.14 Vietnam: Miscellaneous clippings, undated
179.15 Miscellaneous clippings, etc.: Literature, culture and society
179.16 Miscellaneous clippings, etc.: Alternative press (including "the s.c.u.m. manifesto" by Valerie Saldano
179.17 Miscellaneous clippings, etc.: Unites States politics
179.18 Miscellaneous clippings, etc.: United States - civil rights and Black power
179.19 Miscellaneous clippings, etc.: Latin America
179.20 Miscellaneous clippings, etc.: South Africa
179.21 Miscellaneous clippings, etc.: Western Europe
179.22 Miscellaneous clippings, etc.: Spain and Portugal
179.23 Miscellaneous clippings, etc.: Mixed
Research Material - Works by and about Others
331.1 Arendt, Hannah, "La Vie de l’Esprit"
97.1 Berenson, Bernard. "On the Future of I Tatti" w/brochure
97.2 Dabney, Lewis. The Portable Wilson, chapter 1: typescript draft w/ltr. (6/5/80)
97.3 Didion, Joan. Democracy: A Novel (1984) [used by McCarthy for her review of this work]: Advance uncorrected proofs:
97.4 Farrell, James. "Scene at the Coupole": signed photocopy
97.5 Frank, Joseph. "Dostoevsky's Realism": inscribed and signed
97.6 Frank, Joseph. "The Novel in Wonderland": inscribed and signed
97.7 Frank, Joseph. "Nicola Chiaromonte: The Paradox of History": typescript photocopy
97.8 Kalsone, David. "Trial Balances: Elizabeth Bishop and Marianne Moore," Grand Street, undated
329.5 Kimber, Rita and Robert, trans. Arendt/Jaspers Letters - forward
329.6 - 329.10 Kimber, Rita and Robert, trans. Arendt/Jaspers Letters - footnotes, p. 1-226
329.11 - 329.12 Kimber, Rita and Robert, trans. Arendt/Jaspers Letters, p. 531-600
330.1 - 330.11 Kimber, Rita and Robert, trans. Arendt/Jaspers Letters, p. 601-1127
97.9 Mallon, Thomas. [article]: "A Boy of No Importance," (photocopy)
97.10 Mallon, Thomas. [article]: "The Limits of History in the Novels of Joan Didion": inscribed and signed
97.11 Mallon, Thomas. "The Novel on Elba" : typescript photocopy
97.12 McCarthy, James Kevin. "The Joy of the Ride: The Beginning": typescript photocopy
329.4 [McCarthy, Mary, "Constantin Jelenski, l'ami Kot" Liberation ] KOT, 1987
329.3 McCarthy, Mary, K.A. Jelenski in loving memory
97.23 McClosky, Michael. "Destiny or Death": Pamphlet inscribed to McCarthy by the author
97.13 Meacham, Stewart. "Peace with Honor in Vietnam": mimeographed typescript
97.14 Noteboom, Cees. "The Knight Has Died" [extract] : typescript copy
97.15 Noteboom, Cees. "Rituelen" and "A Prisoner in Love": typescript photocopies
97.16 - 97.17 Noteboom, Cees. Correspondence and material relating to Noteboom's Pegasus Prize for Literature, 1982
97.21 Novak, Michael Paul. "Love and Influence: Louise Bogan, Rolfe Humphries, and Theodore Roethke": Photocopy
97.18 Phillips, William. [Essay on Saul Bellow]: typescript photocopy
331.2 Rado, Sandor. Schizotypal Organization
97.22 Rousuck, E.J. Eulogy by Brendan Gill: pamphlet
97.19 Santini, Lee R. "La Passione di Capire": Inscribed and signed typescript photocopy
97.20 Strauss, Karen. "The Evolution of Love" [and other photocopied typescript drafts of poetry]
329.2 s.n. Jane Austen and the Anti-Hero Tradition
329.1 Biographies of Various Authors

SERIES V: PERSONAL CORRESPONDENCE

Personal correspondence to and from Mary McCarthy
342.1 Able, Lionel, 1948 Dec 3
180.1 Adler, Renata, 1979
Adler, Renata: See also correspondence between McCarthy and Reuel Wilson
180.2 Allen Robert L., 1974-1979
342.2 Alsop, Joseph, 1953, undated
180.3 Anderson, Susan J., 1985-1988
342.3 Anderson, Susan J., 1989
365.1 Anderson, Susan J., 1989
180.6 - 180.12 Angleton, Carmen - incoming, 1957-1988, undated
180.13 - 180.15 Angleton, Carmen - outgoing, 1955-1987 (photocopies)
342.4 Angleton, Carmen 1988-1989, undated
342.5 Antman, David, 1954 March 25
180.4 Aranguren, José Luis L., 1964-1967
180.5 Arbasino, Alberto 1959-1987
342.6 Arbasino, Alberto, 1989 April 28
342.7 Arendt, Hannah 1948-1958, undated
181.1 - 181.18 Arendt, Hannah, 1949-1975, undated
342.8 Ascoli, Max, 1952-1953
182.1 Ashbery, John, undated
342.9 Aswell, Mary Louise (Harpers Bazaar), 1943, 1948
182.2 Athanassopoulos, Dimitri, 1980
182.3 Atlas, James, 1974-1979
182.4 Auchincloss, Eve, no year 5 October
182.5 Auchincloss, Louis S., 1965-1984
182.6 Augstein, Katharina, 1971-1984, undated
182.7 Austin, Helen and Mollie, 1974-1978, undated
182.8 Austin, Sally, 1970-1985, undated
182.9 Ayer, Sir Alfred ("Freddie"), 1986
342.10 Ayer, Nick, 1989 July 10
182.10 Baggs, Joan (Mrs. William), 1969
182.11 Baldwin, James, 1976
342.11 Ballinger, Francis Street, undated
342.12 Ballon, Hillary, 1989
342.13 Barolini, Antonio, 1958 Nov 10
342.14 Barnett, Jim (Connecticut State College), 1938 March 13
182.12 Barth, Adrienne and Alan, 1973-1979, undated
342.15 Bartlett, Grace, 1949 June 20
342.16 Barnes, Patricia, undated
342.17 Baumgarter, Bernice "Bebe" (Brandt and Brandt), 1954, 1956
182.13 Beaumel, Beatrice, no year May 26
182.14 Belanger, Cecelia 1968
342.18 Bell, Charles H., 1954 Feb 13
342.19 Bellow, Saul, undated
Bellow, Saul: See also Folder 378.2 for a draft letter from McCarthy to Bellow regarding Hannah Arendt
182.15 Beloff, Max, 1963-1964
342.20 Bently, Eric (Columbia University), 1956 May 20
182.16 Berenson, Bernard, 1959
342.21 Bergauer, E.A. (Stella) 1952 Feb 28
342.22 Bergler, Edmund 1942 June 4
182.17 Berlin, Isaiah, 1952, 1962-1977
182.18 Berman, Eugene, 1957-1961
342.23 Berman, Eugene, 1958 Sep 4
182.19 Berman, Sylvia and Leonid, 1961-1977
342.24 Berman, Leonid, 1953-1954, undated
182.20 Bernier, Rosamond, 1964-1972, undated
342.25 Bevenson, Bernard 1955-1958
342.26 Bewley, Marius, 1952, 1959
342.27 Biddle, Francis 1952 Feb 28
342.28 Biehl, Walter (to the New Yorker) 1951 Dec 14
183.1 Biggs, John, Jr., 1963-1976
342.29 Biggs, John, Jr., 1952-1958
183.2 Bishop, Alison Lurie, 1967
183.3 Bishop, Elizabeth, 1978-1979, undated
342.30 Bishop, Elizabeth, 1942, 1945, 1952
342.31 Bisset, Virgil 1988-1989
343.1 Black, George Johnson, 1938
183.4 Blais, Marie-Claire, 1972-1977, undated
183.5 Blake, Dorothy, 1981, undated
183.6 Blanc, Karin, 1982-1986, undated
343.2 Bledsoe, Helen W., 1980 Nov 5
343.3 Bloch, Vivette 1988-1989
183.7 Blocker, Joel, 1968-1978
183.8 Blum, Jack, 1976-1983
183.9 - 183.10 Boel, Niels and Else, 1972-1988, undated
343.5 Boel, Else and Bent, 1984, 1989, undated
183.11 Boldizsár, Ivan, 1965-1980, undated
183.12 - 183.13 Bondy, François, 1971-1985, undated
343.6 Bondy, François, 1989
343.7 Bonser, Tony
183.14 Bonwit, Seymour ["Bonnie"], 1983-1985
183.15 - 183.16 Booth, Philip (and Margaret), 1967-1975
184.1 - 184.6 Booth, Philip, 1976-1988, undated
343.7 Booth, Philip 1971, 1989, undated
184.7 Botsford, Keith, 1965
343.8 Bondy, Francois
184.8 Bouttelant, Jessie, 1970
184.9 - 184.10 Brady, Mary, 1968-1971, [n.y., no date]
185.1 Braun-Monk, Eugène, 1979-1987, undated
343.9 Brazier, Mary "Mollie" A. B. 1952 Feb 25
343.10 Breed, Rosilla Hornblower, 1949, 1954, 1956, undated
185.2 Bresson, Charlotte and Edgar de, 1973-1989
185.3 Breuer, Bessie, undated
343.11 Brightman, Carol 1989
185.4 Brinnin, John, 1980
185.5 Broch, Anne Marie ("Bushy"), 1976 -1987
343.12 Brocke, Edna 1988 Oct 31
185.6 Brooks, Franklin, 1980-1981
343.13 Browar, Lisa, 1989
343.14 Brown, Andrew, 1979-1980
343.15 Brown, Ashley, 1987-1988
185.7 Brown, Mary Duer, 1981
185.8 Brown, Peg, 1965
343.16 Brownell, Sonia 1948-1949
185.9 Bruzzichelli, Aldo, 1961-1981, undated
185.10 Buckley, Gail, 1984-1985, undated
185.11 Buckley, Tom, 1969-1985, undated
343.17 Buitenhuis, Peter (Yale University), 1958 Apr 15
185.12 Burdick, Eugene, 1964
343.18 Burdick, Eugene 1952-1956
185.13 - 185.14 Burdon-Mueller, Rowland, 1959-1980, undated
186.1 Burgess, Anthony, 1977
186.2 Burroughs, William, 1971-1984
343.19 Bush, G. F., 1988
186.3 Cabot, Francis H., 1983-1986
186.4 Calvino, Italo and Chichita, 1977-1988, undated
343.20 Calvino, Chichita, 1989
186.5 Cameron, Dorothy and Ray, 1977-1982, undated
186.6 Campbell, Shelda, 1965, undated
343.21 Camus, Albert
186.7 Carr, Virginia Spencer, 1978-1986
186.8 Cartier-Bresson, Henri, 1974-1977
186.9 Chambers, Virginia, 1975-1978
186.10 Chapman, Bill, 1978
343.22 Chase, Richard, 1949-1950, undated
343.23 Cheremeteff, Serge, 1950, 1956
343.24 Cherington, Charles, undated
186.11 Chiaromonte, Anna, 1963-1964, no year
187.1 Chiaromonte, Miriam, 1972-1988 [carbons of MM's letters to Chiaromonte
187.2 - 187.7 Chiaromonte, Miriam, 1960-1988
343.25 Chiaromonte, Miriam, 1948-1955, 1989
187.8 Chiaromonte, Nicola, [Photocopies — original letters are at the Beinecke Library, Yale University]
187.9 - 187.14 Chiaromonte, Nicola, 1946-1971, undated
344.1 Chiaromonte, Nicola, 1948-1967
188.1 Childs, Bernard, 1965 (1 ms note and an engraving by Childs entitled "Stage Set" inscribed to McCarthy)
344.2 Chirac, Jacques 1989, July 8
188.2 Chisholm, Anne, 1974
188.3 Cicogna, Countess Anna Maria, 1957-1983, undated
344.3 Cicogna, Anna Maria, 1957-1959, 1989
188.4 Clark, Blair, 1964-1967, undated
188.5 Cody, Morrill, 1962-1978
188.6 Coffin, Frank M. and Ruth, 1969-1983
344.4 Coggeshall, Helen, 1949 Apr 14
344.5 Cohen, Elliot, 1949-1950
188.7 Cohen, Winnie, 1949, 1961
188.8 Colbath, Arnold and Mary Lou, 1982-1988
344.6 Cole, William 1953 Sep 15
344.7 Collete, Margot, 1955
344.8 Colos, Nico, 1958 March 10
188.9 Compton-Burnett, Ivy, 1965
188.10 Comsa, Ioan, 1976-1977
188.11 Condé, Miquel and Carola, 1975-1988, undated
344.9 Connolly, Cyril and Deirdre, 1947-1949, undated
344.10 Coresagra, Sophia, 1989, undated
188.12 - 188.14 Cori, Carl and Anne, 1969-1984
189.1 Cori, Anne, 1985-1988
189.2 - 189.3 Cori, Carl and Anne, undated
344.11 Corn, Alfred, 1989
344.12 Cox, Mary, 1952
189.4 Cozzens, James Gould, 1978
189.5 Curley, Tom, 1977, undated
189.6 Curtin, John D., 1983-1985, undated
189.7 Curtis, Charlotte, 1979
189.8 Curtiss, Thomas Quinn, 1980-1988, undated
344.13 Curtiss, Thomas Quinn, 1988 Dec 19
189.9 Danesi, Natalia Murray, 1977
189.10 Daniels, Elizabeth, 1979
189.11 Dauphin, Ruda, 1970-1979, undated
189.12 Davenport, John, 1956-1958
189.13 McCarthy-Davenport, 1956-1958
344.14 Davis, Hallie Flanagan (Smith College), 1942 Aug 27
344.15 Dean, Elizabeth, 1983
344.16 DeForest, Mary, 1989
190.1 De la Baumelle, Beatrice, 1978
344.17 de Man, Paul, 1949-1951, undated
190.2 - 190.4 Deming, Barbara, 1959-1975, undated
190.5 Deming, Vida (Mrs. Quentin), 1977-1984, undated
190.6 DeMott, Maddie, 1971-1986
190.7 Den Uyl, Mrs., 1975
344.18 de Oris, Harriet, 1951 July 10
190.8 Derry, William R., 1976
190.9 Desmarais, Joan, 1961
190.10 Deutsch, Babette, 1976
344.19 Devoto, Bernard, 1952 Feb 13
344.20 Dickerson, James 1958 Oct 13, undated
344.21 Doblhoff, Anne Marie, undated
344.22 Dodd, Edward H. Jr., 1954 Feb 24
190.11 Donkers, Jan, 1980-1985, undated
344.23 Donkers, Jan, 1989
190.12 Donovan, Tom, 1962-1963
190.13 - 190.15 Dow, Christopher and Clare, 1969-1988, undated
344.24 Dow, Christopher and Clare, 1989
190.16 Downie, Betty, undated
190.17 Draper, Theodore, 1968-1987
190.18 Droëmer, Willy, 1972
190.19 Duff, Robin, 1979-1980
190.20 Duffy, James, 1978
191.1 Dupee, Fred and Andy (Mrs.), 1962-1989, undated
344.25 Dupee, Fred and Andy, 1939-1942, 1952, 1989, undated
191.2 Dupee, Natalie and Tony, 1986-1988, undated
191.3 - 191.10 DuVivier, David and Ellie, 1965-1979
192.1 - 192.4 DuVivier, David and Ellie, 1980-1985
192.5 DuVivier, David and Ellie, 1986-1987
192.6 - 192.9 DuVivier, David, undated
192.10 DuVivier, David and Georgina, 1986-1989
193.1 Dyer, George, 1967
193.2 Eagleson, Jeannie, 1978
344.26 Eaton, Richard, 1982, 1989
193.3 Eberhart, Richard, 1984
193.4 Eckstein, Joanna, 1965-1970
344.27 Edey, Winthrop, 1959 May 5
193.5 Englund, Steven, 1974
193.6 Ephessiou, Lisa, 1978
193.7 Epstein, Barbara, 1972, no year
193.8 Epstein, Jacob, 1981
193.9 Epstein, Jason, 1975
193.10 Errera, Roger, 1977-1984, undated
193.11 Evans, Bergen, 1959
344.28 Evans, Walter (Fortune), 1956 May 24
344.29 Eynard, Jean-Francois, 1989
193.12 Fairholme, Anne, 1965-1980
193.13 Fairweather, Gloria, 1972-1973
193.14 Fallaci, Oriana, 1967
193.15 - 193.16 Farrell, James, 1967-1979, undated
344.30 Farrell, James, 1952 March 30
344.31 Faulkner, William, 1956 Oct 11
344.32 Feitelson, Rose, 1954, 1986
193.17 - 193.19 Finletter, Tom and Eileen, 1968-1982, undated
344.33 Fitts, Dudley, undated
194.1 FitzGerald, Frances "Frankie", 1964-1987, undated
344.34 Fitzgerald, undated
344.35 Flagler, Elizabeth, 1989 Apr 20
194.2 Flanner, Janet, 1959-1970, undated
194.3 Fleutiaux, Pierrette, 1977
344.36 Flynn, Thomas, 1952-1953
194.4 Fondaras, Liz, 1974-1985
194.5 - 194.6 Ford, Charles Henri, 1960-1985, undated
345.1 Ford, Charles Henri and Indra Bahadur Tamang, 1952-1957, 1983, undated
194.7 Ford, Ruth, 1964, undated
345.2 Foster, E. A., 1954
194.8 Foster, Eleanor, 1968-1973
194.9 - 194.10 Fourrier, Maria, 1973-1985, undated
168.2 Fowler, Pat, 1982-1989, undated
339.4 Fowler, Pat, 1989
194.11 Frank, Joseph, 1962-1981, undated
345.3 Frank, Richard L., 1941-1942
345.4 Frank, Waldo, 1954
195.1 Fredericks, Claude, 1960, undated
195.2- 195.9 Freire, Carlos and Heloisa, 1977-1988
345.5 Freiere, Carlos, 1989
345.6 Freire, Heloisa, 1989
196.1 Fremantle, A., 1967
196.2 Frere, A. S., 1962-1963
345.10 Frere, A. S., 1954-1958
345.7 Fuller, Mia, 1989
345.8 Fuller, Muriel,, 1954
345.9 Fuller, Peta, 1953
196.3 Gaddis, William and Sarah, 1984-1988, undated
345.11 Gahan, Martha, undated
196.4 Gaines, Joan Becker, 1964
349.22 Gaitskell, Hugh 1955
196.5 Galbraith, John Kenneth, 1968-1969
196.6 Ganguli, P. B. and A. K., 1968-1979
345.12 Garzanti, Livio (Aldo Garzanti Editore), 1958
196.7 Gascoigne, Bamber, undated
345.13 Gassler, Eve, 1947-1949
345.14 Gaus, John (Harvard University), 1952
345.16 Geist, Eileen, 1956
345.17 Geist, Stanley, 1949-1951
196.8 Geist, Stanley, 1971-1984, undated
345.18 Gelderman, Carol (Biographer), 1989
196.9 Gentier, A., undated
196.10 George, Lillian, undated
345.19 George, Lillian undated
343.20 George, Susan, 1973 Sep 25
196.11 Geppini, Sabatina [Housekeeper], 1959-1969
196.12 Gerbore, Pietro, 1959-1963
345.19 Gerbore, Pietro, 1957-1958
196.13 Gilbert, Elke Elizabeth, 1974-1976, undated
196.14 Gill, Brendan re: Jay Rousuck, 1971-1980
345.22 Gill, Brandan, 1952
196.15 Gilliat, Penelope, 1975-1976
196.16 Girodias, Maurice, 1978-1985
345.23 Giroux, Robert, 1949
345.24 Gladstone, Peter, undated
345.25 Glanville, Brian, 1958
345.26 Glick, Nathan (Department of State), 1951-1952
196.17 Goetz, Fione, undated
196.18 Goldwater, Walter, 1979-1984, no year
197.1 Goodheart, Pat and Gene, 1966-1980, undated
197.2 Goodwin, Jackie and Francis, 1980-1988
345.27 Goodwin, Jacquie, 1989
197.3 Gordey, Beverly and Michel, 1969-1978
197.4 Gorer, Geoffrey, 1967
345.28 Gottstein, Burton
197.5 Grand-Jacquet, Francesco, 1982, undated
345.29 Gray, Elizabeth Kent
197.6 Gray, Francine, 1984-1988
197.7 Grchich de Cvetkovacz, Alexandre (Polly), undated
197.8 Green, Martha, 1964
345.30 Greenberg, Clement,
197.9 Greer, Germaine, 1971-1972
197.10 Grenier, Cynthia and Richard, 1964-1978, undated
197.11 Griffith, Christina, 1988
197.12 Groffsky, Maxine, 1965, undated
197.13 Gross, Miriam and John, 1965
197.14 Grübel, Jona, 1978, undated
197.15 Guggenheim, Peggy, circa, 1950-1980
345.31 Guggeinheim, Peggy,
345.32 Gurian, Waldemar
197.16 Gustafson, Carolyn, 1964, undated
197.17 Gysin, Brion, 1969-1979
197.18 Hackett, "Bubs", 1981-1987, undated
197.19 Hadlock, Josephine Cook [VC 1933], 1982, no year
197.20 Haight, Gordon S., 1979-1984
345.33 Haight, Gordon (Yale University)
197.21 Hall, Suzanne and David, 1984-1988
345.34 Hall, Suzannah, 1989
345.35 Hamilton, Hamish "Jamie", 1958-1959, undated
197.22 Harari, Denyse, 1973-1987
345.36 Haraszti, Miklos
198.1 - 198.9 Hardwick, Elizabeth, 1953-1988, undated
345.37 Hardwick, Elizabeth
199.1 Hargreaves, John, 1977-1988, undated
345.38 Hargreaves, John
345.39 Harkell, Francis
199.2 Harnden, Missy, 1972-1976
199.3 Harris, Anne and Russell, 196-?,1982, undated
199.4 Hartmann, Chris, 1980-1984, undated
199.5 Haskell, Francis, 1958-1985, undated
199.6 - 199.7 Hatch, Francis (Frank), 1971-1987, undated
199.8 Hatfield, Mark O., 1981
199.9 Hauser, Ernest, 1971-1986, undated
345.40 Hauserman, B. Strong
199.10 Haynes, Jim, 1977-1987
200.1 Hayworth, R., 1975
345.41 Heinemann, William
200.2 - 200.3 Hélion, Jean and Jacqueline, 1972-1986, 1989, undated
200.4 Hell, José, 1965-l986, undated
345.42 Heller, Erich
200.5 Hemsing, Esther, 1964, undated
345.43 Henderson, Pricilla
200.6 Henderson, Rene, 1978-1979
200.7 Henle, James, 1967
200.8 Henry, Peggy, 1965
200.9 Hertel, Hans, 1968-1986
345.44 Hibshman, Mrs. Benjamin T. "Thil"
345.45 Hicks, Granville
200.10 Highsmith, Patricia, 1972-1984
345.46 Hobson, Wilder
200.11 Hodgson, Priscilla and Simon, 1983-1988, undated
200.12 Hofer, Evelyn, 1960-1971
345.47 Hofer, Evelyn
351.6 "Mr. Hogan" (TLS)
345.48 Hook, Sydney
200.13 Houghton, Norris, 1963
345.49 Howe, Irving
200.14 Howe, Tom, 1962, undated
200.15 - 200.16 Hunt, Marion, 1979-1981
201.1 - 201.2 Hunt, Marion, 1982-1983, undated
352.1 Hunt, Marion, 1989
201.3 - 201.6 Hunting, Rob and Constance, 1981-1984
202.1 - 202.5 Hunting, Rob and Constance, 1985-1988, undated
345.50 Hunting
203.1 Inglis, Ian, 1962
203.2 Inglis, Ruth, 1964
203.3 Iselin, Sally, 1978-1983, undated
345.51 Isherwood, Chirstopher
345.52 Jackson, Charles
203.4 Jackson, David, 1963-1984, undated
203.5 Jacobson, Dan , 1962-1984, undated
345.53 Janeway, Eliot
345.54 Jarell, Randall
203.6 - 203.7 Javsicas, Gabriel, 1963-1980, undated
203.8 - 203.10 Jelenski, Kot, 1962-1974
204.1 - 204.6 Jelenski, Kot, 1975-1987, undated
204.7 Jencks, Gardner and Ruth, 1962, undated
204.8 Jenkins, Peter and Polly, 1974-1976, undated
204.9 Jenkins, Ruth, 1975-1987, undated
345.55 Jensen, Oliver
204.10 Jessup, John K., 1963
204.11 Jewett, Jon, 1985-1987, undated
345.56 Joachim, Hans
345.57 Johnson, Buffie
345.58 Johnson, Diane
205.1 - 205.2 Johnson, Diane ("Dinny"), 1980-1988, undated
205.3 Jolas, Maria, 1964-1979, undated
205.4 Jones, Gloria and James "Jim", 1963-1978, undated
345.59 Jovanovich, William "Bill"
345.60 Just, Ward and Sarah
346.1 Kallen, Horace
205.5 Kalstone, David, 1981, undated
346.2 Kaplan, J. M.
346.3 Kardiner, Dr. A.
205.6 Karpinski, Wojciech w/Karpinski typescript draft on Chiaromonte ("Nicola Chiaromonte and His Notebooks"), 1981-1984
205.7 Karpinski, Wojciech, 1987
346.4 Karpinski, Wojciech
346.5 Katz, Eugene and Florine
205.8 Kennan, George,
346.6 Kenney, Susan
205.9 Kerr, Barbara, 1964-1984, undated
205.10 Khiel, Hanne, 1950-1960
205.11 Kiesler, Frederick and Lillian, 1963-1965, no year
346.8 Kiessler, Steffi
205.12 Kilmartin, Terence and Joanna, 1979-1988
352.2 King, [Bayard?] Le Roy, 1951, 1954
206.1 - 206.6 King, Nicholas, 1957-1985
207.1 - 207.4 King, Nicholas, 1986, undated
346.7 King, Nicholas
208.1 King, Sally, 1972
208.2 King, Susan B., 1979
346.9 Kirchwey, Karl (to Margo)
208.3 Kissinger, Henry, undated
208.4 Knapp, Willy, 1977
346.10 Knapp, W.
208.5 Knopf, Blanche W., 1963
346.11 Koch, Stephen
346.12 - 346.25 Koehler, Lotte, 1975-1989
208.6 Kohler, Lotte, 1981-1988, undated
208.7 Kohn, Jerome, 1982-1988
346.26 Kohn, Jerome
208.8 Korsbaek, Vagn, 1981
208.9 Kott, Janek, 1978-1985, undated
208.10 Kramer, Jane, 1983, [n.y.]
208.11 Kristensen, Thorkil, 1975-1981
346.27 Kristol, Irving
208.12 Kronenberger, Louis, 1963-1964
208.13 Kruglak, F., undated
208.14 Kufrin, Joan, 1980-1982, undated
210.3 Kwok, Mak Ting, 1975-1984
347.5 Kwok, Mak Ting
346.28 Lafarge, Ben
346.29 Lamb, John
208.15 Lasky, Melvin J., 1961-1967, undated
208.16 Lasne-Sauvigny, Jacqueline, 1978-1981
208.17 Laughlin, James, 1953
346.30 Laughlin, James (New Directions)
346.31 Lawler, Traugott (Yale University)
208.18 Lawrence, Barbara, 1921, 1981-1987, undated (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)
208.19 Lawrence, Barbara, 1985-1987
208.20 Lazar, Josette, 1964-1982, undated
209.1 Lee, Julie, 1977-1979
346.32 Leiper, Maria (Simon And Schuster, Inc)
346.33 Leithäuser, J.
346.34 Leman, Gerard
168.3 Leo, Patsy, 1982-1988, undated
339.4 Leo, Patsy and Jim, 1989
209.2 Levi, Anjo and Mario, 1976-1988, undated
209.3 Lewis, Anthony, 1971
346.35 Lichtheim, George
346.36 Linton, Matilde
209.4 Lippmann, Helen (Mrs. Walter), 1967-1970
209.5 Lippmann, Walter, 1965-1967, undated
346.37 Lolringer, L.
209.6 Longcope, Duncan, undated
346.39 Low, Virginia
209.7 Lowell, Alice, undated
209.8 Lowell, Caroline (later Lady Caroline Blackwood), 1977 (1 letter from M.M.)
209.9 Lowell, Robert, 1961-1977, undated
346.38 Lowell, Robert
209.10 Luthwaite, Peggy, undated
347.13 Thomas McAllister
347.1 MacArthur Foundation (Kenneth Hope)
209.11 McCarn, Louise, undated
209.12 McCarthy, Eugene, 1969-1973
209.13 - 209.14 MacDonald, Dwight, 1957-1982, undated
347.2 MacDonald, Dwight
209.15 Macdonald, Nancy (Spanish Refugee Aid), 1980-1988
209.16 Macdonald, Nicholas and Elspeth, 1965-1979, undated
209.17 Macfarlane, Libby Kerr, undated
209.18 McGrath, undated
209.19 MacIver, Loren, 1968
209.20 McKay, Helen, 1969
209.21 McKenzie, Alan, 1984-1985
209.22 McKinney, Chloe, 1973-1974
347.3 MacNeil, Alain and Esther
210.1 Maddocks, Arthur (ambassador), 1978-1979, undated
210.2 Maguire, Peter, 1988, undated
347.4 Maguire, Peter
210.4 - 210.5 Mallon, Thomas, 1971-1988, undated
347.6 Manell, A. E. (The Foreign Service of the U.S.A.)
211.1 Mariano, Nicholas, 1959-1979
347.7 Mariano, Nicky
347.8 Marignano, Nicky
347.9 Marlowe, Sylvia
211.2 Marlowe, S. and L., 1963-1977
211.3 Marshall, E. G., undated
347.10 Marshall, John
347.11 Thomas Marvell
347.12 Maxwell, Bill (The New Yorker)
211.4 May, Derwent and Yolanta, 1985-1986, no year
211.5 Meigs, Mary, 1971-1986, no year
211.6 Merrill, James [w/David Kalstone], 1961-1980, no year
211.7 Merrill, James, 1981-1988
347.14 Merrill, James
347.15 Meyers, Jeffrey
168.4 Michahelles, Rosalind, 1983-1989, undated
212.1 Michahelles, Rosalind, 1976?-1988, no year
347.16 Michahelles, Rosalind
347.17 Middeldorf, Dr. Ulrich
212.2 Middleton, Derek and Veritas, 1988, no year
212.3 Milford, Nancy, 1974
212.4 Miller, Ed and Ann, 1979-1988, undated
347.18 Miller, Henry
212.5 Miller, Ingeborg Morath [photographer], 1962-1963
212.6 Millman, Michael [Berkeley Citizens' Committee of Inquiry], 1964
212.7 Milosz, Czeslaw, 1965-1986
347.19 Misch, Bob
212.8 Mitchell, Ada, 1961
347.20 Mitchell, Burroughs
212.9 Mitford, Jessica, 1969
212.10 Mitford, Nancy, 1968
212.11 Moers, Ellen, 1978
347.21 Montalvo, Jennette
347.22 Montenero, Nancy (Fugazy Express)
347.23 Moore, Marianne
347.24 Morel, Paul
212.12 Morgan, Frederick [Editor, The Hudson Review; wife: Paula Dietz, Assoc. Editor], 1974-1978, undated
213.1 - 213.8 Mostyn-Owen, William*, Gaia, Owen, Allegra, Orlando [*sec'y to B. Berenson (Gelderman, p. 194)], 1961-1989, undated
214.1 Mourek, M., 1978, undated
214.2 Muggeridge, Malcolm, 1962
214.3 Mulisch, Harry, 1962-1988
214.4 Murphy, Noël, 1968-1981, no year
214.5 Muser, Frani Blough, 1933-1935 (photocopies of letters from M.M.)
214.6 - 214.9 Muser, Frani Blough, 1964-1988, undated
343.4 Muser, Frani Blough, 1949, 1951, 1989, undated
214.10 Myers, John, 1961-1986, no year
347.25 Myers, John
214.11 Nyrdal, Gunnar, 1971-1972
214.12 Nabokov, Nicolas, Ivan, and Dominique, 1972-1988, no year
347.26 Nabokov, Nicholas
347.30 National Institute of Arts and Letters (Mrs. Mathew Josephson)
215.1 Niebuhr, Elizabeth, 1961, no year
347.27 Nomad, Max
215.2 - 215.5 Nooteboom, Cees, 1964-1988, undated
347.28 Nooteboom, Cees
347.29 Norman, Nancy
216.1 Oates, Joyce Carol, 1980-1983
347.31 Okoye, Chris Okey
216.2 Olsson, Hanna, 1964-1978, undated
216.3 O'Neill, Catherine, 1986-1988, undated
347.32 O’Neill, Catherine
347.33 Orlando, Ruggero
216.4 Ortman, Conni and George, undated
347.34 Ortmon, Connie
216.5 - 216.8 Orwell, Sonia [w/some ltrs from Blanchot 21], 1958-1980, undated
347.35 Orwell, Sonia (Weidenfeld and Nicolson Limited Publishers)
347.36 O’Shea, Howard Vincent
216.9 O'Sullivan, Vera, 1980-1981
216.10 Palmer, Bob, 1979, undated
348.1 Palmer, Thomas
216.11 Paolucci, Anne, 1965-1966
348.2 Papi, Roberto
216.12 Papi, Roberto and Laura, 1957-1962, undated
348.3 Parenzi, Eleanor
348.4 Parker, Margaret
348.5 Passin, Herbert
348.6 Patterson, Linsay
217.1 Patterson, Suzy, 1984-1985, undated
217.2 - 217.4 Paturis, Cleo, 1971-1988, undated
217.5 Paturis, Cleo, 1975-1988 (photocopies)
217.6 - 217.7 Pease, Deborah, 1964-1988, undated
348.7 Pease, Deborah
348.8 Peden, William
218.1 - 218.6 Perényi, Eleanor and Grace Stone [mother of Eleanor], 1963-1988, undated
348.9 Penrose, Edith
218.7 Perlius, [Helvetia?], 1953, 1959, undated
218.8 Pham Van Dong, 1970-1979
219.1 Phillips, John, 1977-1984
348.10 Phillips, John
219.2 Pillsbury, Henry and Judy, 1984, undated
348.11 Pivano, Fernanda
219.3 Plimpton, Sarah, 1964-1975
348.12 Plimpton, Sarah
348.13 Pounder, Robert "Bob"
348.14 Prince, Augusta
348.15 Privental, Mary
348.16 Prosser, Margaret
348.18 Pryce-Jones, Clarissa and David
348.17 Purcell, Lawrence J.
219.4 Purdy, James 1956
219.5 Quinby, Pat 1969-1983, undated
219.6 Rácz, Judit 1980-1983, undated
348.19 Rado, George
348.20 Rado, Sandor
348.21 Rahv, Nathalie
348.22 Rahv, Philip
219.7 - 219.8 Rahv, Philip, 1957-1973
219.9 About Philip Rahv, 1949-1975
219.10 Ramsey, Julia [part of The Group], 1964
219.11 Randal, Jonathan and Judy, 1972-1983
219.12 Rapaczynski, Andrzej, 1969
349.1 Rapson, Mary (Rapson Inc.)
219.13 Razi, Eggie, 1983, undated
219.14 Reeves, Richard, 1984-1987, undated
219.15 Ress, Paul, 1976-1977, undated
349.2 Rethenberg, Sarah
219.16 Revel, Jean-François, 1965-1972, undated
349.3 Reynal, Eugene
220.1 Riboud, Barbara Chase, 1980-1985, undated
220.2 Richards, Alun, 1982-1983
220.3 Riese, Laure, 1974-1985, undated
349.4 Riesman, David (The University of Chicago)
220.4 Rivers, Larry, 1962, undated
349.5 Roethke, Ted
220.5 Romano, Sergio, 1977-1985
220.6 Rooney, Padraig, undated
220.7 Roper, Kay and John, 1984, undated
220.8 Rorem, Ned, 1973
349.6 Rosenbatt, Danny
220.9 Rosenberg, Beatrice, 1981-1984, undated
349.7 Rosenberg, Beatrice
220.10 Rosenberg, Ethel ("Ted") [from MM], 1929-1930
220.11 Rosenberg, Harold and Maynatalie Tabak, 1959-1980
349.8 Rosenberg, Harold Tabak
220.12 Rosenberg, Jess [sister of Ethel Rosenberg], 1971-1985
349.9 Photocopies of Ted Rosenberg letters
349.10 Rosenblatt, Aaron
349.11 Rosenblüth, Milton B.
349.12 Roth, Philip
221.1 Roth, Philip, [ca. 1986?]-1988
349.13 Rothschild, V. Henry
349.14 de Rothschild, Pauline
221.2 - 221.3 Rousuck, Emmanuel J. ("Mannie") [d. 1970] w/2 ltrs. from Reuel and Marcia Wilson, 1951-1972, undated
221.4 Rovere, Richard ("Dick" w/ ltr. re: Rovere from Daniel Patrick Moynihan, 2/8/85, undated
349.15 Rovere, Richard "Dick"
221.5 Rowe, D., undated
349.16 Rowe, Virginia (for Margaret Brenman-Gibson)
221.6 Rowse, A. L., 1963-1969, undated
221.7 Rubinstein, Renate, 1965-1979
221.8 Rudkin, Mark, 1978-1988, [n.y.]
221.9 Rukeyser, Muriel, 1971
349.17 Rukeyser, Muriel
221.10 Russell, A. Preston, 1975-1977
221.11 Russell, John and Rosamond, 1977-1978, undated
221.12 Russell, Verity, 1968-1989
221.13 Ryckmans, Pierre, 1978
222.1 Saarinen, Aline, 1980, 1987, undated
349.18 Sahl, Hans
349.19 St. Georges School (William Buell)
349.20 St. Georges School (Philip Cutler)
349.21 Sainton, Helen Cole
22.2 Salk, Jonas, 1978
222.3 Salzman, Rita, 1978, undated
349.23 Sandison, Helen
222.4 Sarraute, Nathalie, 1963-1973, undated
222.5 Sartori, Titina, 1956-1964, undated
222.6 Scarlett, (Bishop) William, 1967-1972
222.7 Schaffner, Perdita, 1962-1977
349.24 Schaum, Suzie
349.25 Schlesinger
222.8 - 222.10 Schlesinger, Arthur, Jr. 1957-1983
222.11 Schlesinger, Arthur, Jr. and Alexandra, 1985-1987, undated
349.26 Schlimer, Irma
222.12 Schmidt, Albert and Tatyana, 1978-1979
349.27 Schneider, Larry
222.13 Schorer, Mark-Broadwater re: M. M.'s The Oasis, 1949
349.28 Schwartz, Delmore (Partisan Review)
349.29 Scott, Winifred
349.30 Seidel, Nancy
349.31 Servadio, Gaia
222.14 Sessions, Barbara, 1961-1971, undated
223.1 - 223.3 Shafer, Margaret, 1966-1988, undated
349.32 Shafer. Margaret
223.4 Shawcross, M., 1975
223.5 Sheehan, Rhoda, 1967-1970
349.33 Sigmund, Barbara Boggs
223.6 Silone, Ignazio and Darina, 1971-1984, undated
349.34 Silver, Robert
223.7 Silverman, Nancy, undated
349.35 Simoud, Anne-Marie
223.8 Simpson, Eileen, 1977-1979, undated
349.36 Sinclair, John G.
223.9 Singh, Khushwant, 1962-1963
349.37 Slobodkin, Selma
349.38 Sloman, Fred
349.39 Slonim, Marc
349.40 Snyder, Ernest M.
349.41 Sochaeki, Mary
224.1 Spender, Stephen Matthew, 1959-1968
224.2 Spender, Stephen and Natasha, 1969-1974
224.3 Spender, Stephen and Natasha w/ 1 ltr from Lizzie Spender, 1975-1981, undated
224.4 Spender, Stephen and Natasha, 1983-1984, 1986-1989, undated
349.43 Spender, Stephen
349.42 Spencer, Ted
224.5 Sperber, Mannes, 1964
224.6 Speyer, Darthea, 1978-1981, [no date, n.y.]
349.44 Stanesco, Sarina
224.7 - 224.8 Stanescu, Sarina, 1971-1982, undated
225.1 Steele, Zella, 1955-1956
349.45 Steele, Lilla
349.46 Steensen, Howard
225.2 Steinberg, Saul, 1978-1979
225.3 Stemans, Werner, 1974-1986
225.4 Stemans, Werner, 1987-1988, undated
349.47 Stevenson, Adlai
225.5 Stieglitz, Perry, 1968-1987
225.6 Stock, Irvin, 1968-1988
Stone, Grace [See f. 218.1-.6.]
225.7 Strom, Ron, 1974-1984, [no date, n.y.]
225.8 - 225.10 Stwertka, Eve, 1976-1986
226.1 - 226.2 Stwertka, Eve, 1987-1989, undated
350.1 Stwertka, Eve
351.1 Stwertka, Eve, 1989
351.2 Stwertka, Eve
226.3 Sulzberger, C.L., 1974-1977
226.4 Sutherland, Mary, 1978
226.5 Swensen, Martin, 1981-1982, undated
226.6 Symans, Thérèse, 1963-1987
226.7 Tagliacozzo, Enzo, 1951-1979
Tamang, Indra Bahadur see Ford, Charles Henri
226.8 Tanning, Dorothea, 1980, 1987, 1988
351.3 Tate, Allen
226.9 Tax, Meredith, 1964-1968, undated
227.1 - 227.2 Taylor, Samuel and Suzanne, 1984-1989, undated
352.5 Telenga, Suzette ("Susan Yorke"), 1950 October 16
227.3 Terrell, Carroll F., 1982-1983
227.4 - 227.6 Thomas, Harris H. ("Tommy") and Dorothy and Mary, 1971-1982, undated
228.1 Thomson, Virgil, 1977
351.4 Thomson, Virgil
351.5 Tierney, Helen
228.2 - 228.4 Tierney, Helen Gould, 1977
228.5 - 228.7 Tolman, Leland and Sally, 1973-1977
229.1 - 229.5 Tolman, Leland and Sally [one of MM's attorneys], 1978-1983, undated
229.6 Tomalin, Marie (Mrs. Nicholas), 1973
229.7 Tommarchi, Gerry and Victor, 1963-1965
229.8 Tree, Marietta, 1964
229.9 Trilling, Diana, 1963-1968
351.7 Trilling, Diana
229.10 - 229.11 Tucci, Niccolo, Laura, Deborah, Vieri, Maria, 1960-1974, undated
351.8 Tuhoy, William
351.9 Turnbull, Andrew W.
229.12 Tynan, Kenneth and Kathleen, 1966-1972
230.1 Updike, John, 1979, undated
230.2 Vail, Sindbad, 1964
230.3 van Lennep, Alexa, 1976-1981, undated
230.4 van Mierlo, Hans [M.P.], 1975-1983
230.5 Vassilikos, Vassilis, 1968-1978, undated
351.11 Viscusi, Anthony and Margo
230.6 - 230.10 Viscusi, Anthony and Margo, 1971-1980
231.1 - 231.7 Viscusi, Margo, 1981-1988, undated
351.12 - 351.15 Viscusi, Margo, 1970-1989
351.16 Volk, Patty
351.17 Waldmann, Edward
232.1 - 232.2 Walker, Adelaide, 1963-1987
351.20 Walker, Adelaid
351.18 Wallingford, Katrina
351.19 Wallsten, Bob
351.21 Wanger, Shelley
351.22 Warner, Becky
351.23 Warren, Robert Penn
232.3 Wass, Douglas, 1975
232.4 Wayne, Donald, 1988
351.24 Wechsler, Jimmy
351.25 Weidenfeld, George
232.5 Weidenfeld, George, 1982, undated
232.6 Weil, Annette, 1977
351.26 Weiss, Rudolph
232.7 Weiss, Rudolf and Martha, 1978, undated
232.8 Weissberger, L. Arnold, 1976-1979
351.27 Wensberg, Erik
232.9 Wernham, Archibald, 1977-1979
351.28 Wernham, Hilda
232.10 - 232.13 Wiggins, Jack, 1982-1983, undated
351.29 Wiggins, Jack
232.14 Wilk, Barbara, 1963, undated
351.30 Williams, Jean E.
233.1 Williams, Jean and Harold, 1977-1981, undated
351.31 Williams, Tennessee
351.32 Williams, Tim
233.2 Winkelhorn, Sophie, 1962-1983, undated
233.3 Winslow, Philip, 1968-1969
233.4 - 233.5 Wittig, Monique, 1965-1986, undated
233.6 About Monique Wittig, 1969-1974
234.1 - 234.8 Wojewoda, Cecylia, 1961-1988, undated
234.9 - 234.12 Wojewoda, Cecylia, 1965-1989
352.3 Wojewoda, Cecylia, 1989
235.1 Wormser, Andre, 1974-1978
352.4 Wreszin, Michael
235.2 Yglesias, J., 1971
235.3 - 235.4 Yoshino, Setsuko, 1970-1982
352.6 Yoshimo, Setsuko, 1988-1989
235.5 Young, Gavin, 1973-1982, undated
352.7 Young, Marguerite, 1951 May 28
352.8 Young, Stark, 1958
235.6 Zabel, Morton D., 1964
352.9 Zabel, Morton D., 1940-1948
352.10 Zamojdo, Joanna, 1989
352.11 Zara, Louis, 1935 June 21
352.12 Assorted correspondence
352.13 Assorted correspondence (French)
352.14 Assorted correspondence (after death)
352.15 Holiday cards
361.4 Birthday and Christmas cards
352.16 - 352.17 Miscellaneous correspondence
352.18 Miscellaneous
236.1 - 236.11 Miscellaneous personal correspondence: A-L
237.1 - 237.6 Miscellaneous personal correspondence: M-Z
352.19 - ? Miscellaneous - A ?
237.7 - 237.9 Unidentified correspondents
Box 238 Birthday cards and invitations
353.11 Domestic help correspondence
353.12 Personal correspondence, part 2, 1989
353.13 To file (Correspondence)
Family Correspondence
Broadwater, Bowden
Box 239 Between Broadwater and McCarthy, 1945-1946 (9 folders)
Box 240 Between Broadwater and McCarthy, 1946-1955 (10 folders)
Box 241 Between Broadwater and McCarthy, 1955-1961, undated (10 folders)
Box 242 [RESTRICTED UNTIL STABILIZED — LES 2019] McCarthy to Broadwater, circa 1945-1988 (torn letters and photocopies)
?Box 242? McCarthy's Valentines to Broadwater, (7)
353.14 Broadwater, Bowden
353.15 Broadwater, June
Johnsrud, Harold
356.3 Johnsrud, Harold
McCarthy and Preston Family
243.1 Davies, Myrtle, 1985-1988
243.2 Hooper, Bayard, 1978, undated
243.3 Hooper, Mary McCarthy, 1972-1984
243.4 McCarthy, Eleanor, 1977
353.16 McCarthy, J. Harry
243.5 McCarthy, J. Harry, 1952
243.6 McCarthy, James Kevin ("Flip"), 1967-1984, undated
243.7 McCarthy, Kate, 1987, undated
Box 244 McCarthy, Kevin — includes letters from Mary McCarthy, 1949-1968, undated (5 folders, some photocopies)
353.17 McCarthy, Kevin
243.8 McCarthy, Lillah, 1971-1988, undated
243.9 McCarthy, Mary Dabney, 1964-1988, undated
353.18 McCarthy, Mary D.
243.10 McCarthy, Preston and Ethel, 1983-1988, undated
353.19 McCarthy, Preston
353.20 McCarthy, Sophia
243.11 Preston, Augusta Morganstern, 1932
354.1 Preston, Augusta Morganstern
384.1 Preston, Augusta Morganstern
243.12 - 243.13 Preston, Frank and Myrtle, 1964-1983, undated
354.2 Preston, Frank (Preston, Thorgrimson and Horowiz Attorneys at Law)
354.3 Preston, Isabel
354.4 Preston, Mrs. Frank
243.14 Prince, Augusta Dabney McCarthy, 1964-1988
243.15 Miscellaneous McCarthy relatives, 1983-1985
365.10 McCarthy Family correspondence, 1989
West Family
354.5 Brightman, Carol to Jim West
245.1 - 245.4 West, Alison, 1973-1988
245.5 West, Danny and Bonnie, 1973-1988
245.6 - 245.8 West, Hope, 1962-1987
354.6 West, Hope
246.1 McCarthy, Mary to James West, 1967
246.2 McCarthy, Mary to James West [The "Laos Letters"], 1968
355.2 McCarthy, Mary to James West
246.3 West, James to Mary McCarthy, 1972-1986
354.7 West, James - after McCarthy's death
354.8 West, James – information from trust
354.9 West, James to Frances Kiernan
354.10 - 354.12 West, James - after McCarthy's death
355.1 West, James – notes
246.4 West, Jonathan, 1977-1988
355.3 West, Rebecca
355.4 West, Rebecca - correspondence with Arthur Schlesinger, Jr.
355.5 West Family correspondence
Wilson Family
355.6 Wilson, Edmund – photocopies, 1937
355.7 - 355.10 Wilson, Edmund, 1945-1956, 1971, undated
247.1 - 247.7 Wilson, Edmund to Mary McCarthy, 1937-1949
247.8 - 247.9 Wilson, Edmund to Mary McCarthy, 1961-1971, undated
247.10 Wilson, Edmund to Reuel Wilson, 1945-1949
247.11 McCarthy, Mary to Edmund Wilson, 1945
247.12 McCarthy, Mary to Edmund Wilson, 1944-1970 (photocopies - from the Beinecke Library?)
247.13 To Mary McCarthy regarding Edmund Wilson and his papers, 1973
247.14 Wilson, Edmund — Publication of Wilson's journals, 1982
384.4 - 384.5 McCarthy, Mary to Reuel Wilson, 1946-1962, undated
384.6 McCarthy, Mary to Reuel Wilson, 1961-1963
384.7 - 384.8 McCarthy, Mary to Reuel and Marcia Wilson, 1963-1976
385.1 McCarthy, Mary to Reuel and Marcia Wilson, 1977-1982
385.2 - 385.3 McCarthy, Mary to Reuel Wilson, 1983-1989
385.4 McCarthy, Mary to Natsuko Wilson, 1982-1987
384.3 Broadwater, Bowden to Reuel Wilson, 1948-1956, 1971
384.2 West, James to Reuel Wilson, 7 December 1981
385.5 West, James to Reuel Wilson, 24 January 1985
248.3 - 248.6 Wilson, Marcia and Jay, 1963-1971
249.1 - 249.6 Wilson, Marcia and Jay, 1972-1988, undated
Boxes 250-251 Wilson, Reuel, 1946-1988, undated
355.12 Wilson, Reuel and Marcia
355.13 - 355.14 Wilson, Reuel, 1951-1959
248.1 Wilson, Elena, 1959-1979
248.2 Wilson, Helen, 1982
355.11 Wilson, Helen
249.7 Wilson, Rosalind, 1944, 1981
356.1 Wilson, Rosalind
356.2 Wilson, Susan Colston
Correspondence Notebooks
356.4 - 356.7 Correspondence Notebooks, September 1980 - October 1982 (4 steno pads)
Box 357 Correspondence Notebooks, May 1983 - July 1984 (5 steno pads)
Box 358 Correspondence Notebooks, August 1984 - June 1986 (6 steno pads)
Box 359 Correspondence Notebooks, June 1986 - April 1988 (5 steno pads)
Box 360 Correspondence Notebooks, July 1988 - August 1989, undated (5 steno pads)

SERIES VI: PERSONAL AND BIOGRAPHICAL MATERIAL

Books and Other Writing About McCarthy
The Company She Kept, by Doris Grumbach (1967)
91.13 - 91.14 Correspondence: Grumbach – McCarthy, 1965-1967
91.15 Publishers' and agents' correspondence, 1966-1967
91.16 Correspondence: Wilson – Coward-McCann, 1966
92.1 Manuscript notes [written by James West?]
92.2 Transcripts of McCarthy interviews with Grumbach
92.3 Galleys
92.4 - 92.6 Corrected proofs
92.7 Reviews
Mary McCarthy: A Bibliography, by Sherli Evens Goldman (1968)
93.1 Correspondence: Goldman – McCarthy, 1965-1979
93.2 "A Comprehensive Bibliography of Mary McCarthy" — typescript, December 1965
Mary McCarthy: A Life, by Carol Gelderman (1988)
93.3 - 93.8 Correspondence, 1980-1988
93.9 Photo choices, December 1987
93.10 Reviews
93.11 McCarthy's corrections and notes
94.1 - 94.5 Gelderman's manuscript
Writing Dangerously: Mary McCarthy and Her World, by Carol Brightman (1992)
95.1 - 95.2 Correspondence: Brightman – McCarthy, 1979-1988
95.3 Other work by Brightman
Other Works about McCarthy
96.1 Flora, Joseph. "Mary McCarthy ..." [essay] in Dictionary of Literary Biography Yearbook, 1981
96.2 Korelitz, Jean Hanff. "Book It: 'Memories of a Catholic Girlhood' ..."
96.3 - 96.4 Mallon, Thomas. "Excited Scruples: Ideas of Human Responsibility in the Writings of Mary McCarthy"
96.5 Munroe, Gretchen Himmele. "Mary McCarthy ..." [essay] in Dictionary of Literary Biography, vol. 2, American Novelists Since World War II, 1979
96.6 Steane, Nina. "Quite Contrary. Mary McCarthy." ("Based on a talk given to the Northampton Arts Association Literature Group, Feb. 4th 1971) — typescript draft
96.7 Stock, Irvin. "A Closer Look at Mary McCarthy" — typescript (photocopy)
96.7 Stock, Irvin. "The Magic Mountain" — inscribed and signed offprint
96.8 Taylor, Gordon O. "Cast a Cold 'I': Mary McCarthy on Vietnam" — typescript (photocopy)
96.9 Trouard, Dawn Catherine. "The Charmed Circles of Mary McCarthy" — typescript copy of Master's thesis
96.10 Van de Wouw, Josephine. "Mary McCarthy: The Quest for Truth" — typescript copy of doctoral thesis
393.1 "Portrait of a Lady: Mary McCarthy," The Paris Metro, 15 February 1978
328.8 Vassar articles and ephemera, 1982
328.9 Newspaper clippings, 1982, 1984
328.10 Exhibit and lecture flyers
328.11 Unidentified French article
255.6 Miscellaneous articles about Mary McCarthy
Address Books and Calendars
253.8 - 253.10 Address books
361.1-361.2 Address books (4 items)
362.1 Address books (2 items)
254.1 Miscellaneous address lists and business cards
253.1 Calendars, 1947
361.8 Calendars, 1948
253.15 Calendars, 1956
253.16 Calendars, 1957
253.17 Calendars, 1958
361.6 Calendars, 1959
262.1 Calendars, 1963
253.2 - 253.3 Calendars, 1967 (4 items)
253.13 Calendars, 1967
253.4 Calendars, 1968
262.2 Calendars, 1970 (2 items)
262.13 Calendars, 1970
253.14 Calendars, 1971
253.5 Calendars, 1971 (2 items)
262.3 - 262.4 Calendars, 1972 (4 items)
262.14 Calendars, 1972
262.21 Calendars — Items removed from 1972 calendar (262.14)
253.6 - 253.7 Calendars, 1973 (4 items)
262.5 Calendars, 1974 (3 items)
262.6 Calendars, 1975 (3 items)
262.15 Calendars, 1975
262.22 Calendar page, July 1975
262.7 Calendars, 1976 (3 items)
262.16 Calendars, 1976
262.8 Calendars, 1981
363.1 Calendars, 1981
361.7 Calendars, 1983
362.2 Calendars, 1983 (2 items)
362.3 Calendars, 1983-1984 (2 items)
362.7 Calendars, 1984 (2 items)
262.9 Calendars, 1985
362.4 Calendars, 1986
362.8 Calendars, 1986 (2 items)
362.9 Calendars, 1988 (2 items)
362.5 Calendars, 1988 (2 items)
362.6 Calendars, 1988-1989 (2 items)
262.12 James West — Address book
262.10 - 262.11 James West — Calendars, 1974 (4 items)
262.18 James West — Calendars, 1969-1970 (2 items)
262.19 James West — Calendars, 1973-1974 (2 items)
262.20 James West — Calendar, 1976
262.17 James West — Expense and tax book, 1976
Entertainment and Events
Box 252 Entertainment record book, circa 1963-1983
363.2 Party invitation lists, 1977
363.2 RSVPs and thank yous, 1977
363.9 Event lists, 1977-1989
363.10 Receipts, 1981
363.11 Receipts, 1986
363.12 Receipts, 1989
254.2 Marriage to James West — telegraphs, list, map, 15 April 1961
254.3 McCarthy's 60th birthday — guest list and seating charts, 21 June 1972
363.13 McCarthy's 75th Birthday, 1989
361.5 McCarthy's 75th Birthday — itinerary, 1989
Death
363.7 Obituaries
363.8 Obituaries
254.4 - 254.5 Memorial service at The Pierpont Morgan Library, 8 November 1989
Box 294 Memorial service at The Pierpont Morgan Library, 8 November 1989 (audiotape)
254.6 - 254.8 Memorial Service at Vassar College, 5 May 1990
Box 391 Memorial Service Guestbook
363.6 Vassar memorial, 1989-1990
368.10 Tombstone — John Stevens Shop
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
364 Insurance documents — Aetna, 1988-1991
366.3 Insurance documents — Medicare
365.2 American Hospital of Paris
365.3 Eastern Maine Medical Center — Dr. Thomas Palmer
365.4 New York Hospital — Dr. Fred Plum
365.5 Dr. Thaddeus Jozefowicz and Bertel Bren
365.6 Medical histories, reports and service logs, 1988-1989
366.1 Payments to doctors, after insurance payment received 1988-1989
366.2 Medical services not reimbursable (for income tax)
Box 366.4 Documents accompanying x-rays, April 1982
Box 366.5 X-rays, April 1982
Box 391.2 X-rays, April 1982
Box 393.6 X-rays, April 1982
365.7 James West's medical documents
365.8 Miscellaneous medical records, 1967-1972
365.9 Miscellaneous medical records, 1981-1989
Miscellaneous
255.1 - 255.3 Biographical reference sources - entries and updates, 1973-1989
361.3 Biographical reference sources - entries and updates
255.1 Annie Wright Seminary, 1959-1975
393.3 Annie Wright Seminary diploma, 11 June 1929
Box 391 Membership Cards
Box 392 Press Cards
253.12 Press pass — New York Review of Books
253.11 Credit card directory
87.4 Note cards — recipes
257.6 Library card — Stonington, Connecticut,
257.20 Library card — Bibliotheque nationale de France (temporary), 1964
363.5 McCarthy family geneology
255.4 Miscellaneous family information, undated

SERIES VII: LEGAL AND FINANCIAL MATERIAL

Legal Documents
257.7 Attorney correspondence — Benjamin C. O'Sullivan (Holtzman, Wise and Shepard), 1981-1989
257.8 Attorney correspondence — Cleary, Gottlieb, Steen and Hamilton, 1960-1986
369.3 Attorney correspondence — Cleary, Gottlieb, Steen and Hamilton, 1986
369.1 Attorney correspondence — Lorraine Houck, 1990
369.2 Attorney correspondence — Calvin True, 1990-1991
367.2 Birth certificates
257.19 Copyright — film and television rights, 1980-1982
367.3 Death certificates
257.16 Divorce — Harold C. Johnsrud, 1936
257.17 Divorce — Edmund Wilson, 1945-1946
257.18 Marriage certificates, 1933, 1946
367.4 Equitable Insurance — New Yorker retirement annuity
257.9 Paris apartment — original purchase, 1951-1962
367.5 French estate — Paris apartment — appraisal
367.6 French estate — Paris apartment — receipts for expenses
367.7 French estate — Paris apartment — sale
367.8 French estate — Will, 1990
367.9 French estate — Will, 1969
367.10 French estate — Will, 1967-1968
368.1 French estate — Will, 1964
368.5 Hannah Arendt trust, 1984-1985
Box 378 Hannah Arendt trust, 1976-1990 (4 folders)
368.3 Homeowners insurance, Paris — Christian de Clarens et Fils, 1978-1991
368.4 Homeowners insurance, Paris — Security Storage, 1983-1991
369.4 Insurance — Miscellaneous 1983-1991
368.7 Literary Trust — A.M. Heath, 1990
368.6 Memorial donations in Mary’s name
257.1 - 257.5 Passports, 1952-1978
Box 392 Passport, 1967
368.8 Personal property — Shipping from Paris to U.S., 1990
369.5 Power of Attorney, 1968, 1989
368.9 Probate court documents — Hancock County, Maine
257.21 Travel documents — Poland, 1960
257.10 U.S. estate — will, 1955
367.1 U.S. estate — wills, 1969, 1982
369.6 U.S. estate — wills, 1964-1982
257.11 Estate of Augusta M. Preston, 1954-1956
257.12 U.S. State Department — records relating to McCarthy, 1946-1968
257.13 U.S. State Department — records relating to James West, 1965-1967
257.14 Freedom of Information-Privacy Act requests (Leland Tolman file), 1975-1979
257.15 Freedom of Information-Privacy Act requests, 1968-1977
Box 383 Vassar College – Mary McCarthy Papers, 1983-1988 (5 folders)
257.22 Miscellaneous, 1946-1964
Lillian Hellman Lawsuit
258.1 - 258.6 Court documents, 1980-1984
258.7 First interrogatories — Drafts of answers, 1980
258.8 Preparation for McCarthy deposition, 1981
259.1 McCarthy's notes and lists, circa 1980-1984
259.2 Dick Cavett Show prep material for McCarthy appearance, 1979
259.3 Attorney correspondence — Holtzman, Wise and Shepard (Benjamin O'Sullivan), 1980-1986
259.4 Attorney correspondence — Holtzman, Wise and Shepard, 1980-1981
259.5 Attorney correspondence — Cahill, Gordon and Reindel (Floyd Abrams), 1984
259.6 Attorney correspondence — Debevoise and Plimpton (John Koeltl), 1981-1984
259.7 Correspondence — Beichman, Arnold, 1982-1983
259.8 Correspondence — Burck, Jacob, 1980
259.9 Correspondence — Carr, Virginia Spencer, 1980
259.10 Correspondence — Collingwood, Charles, 1980
259.11 Correspondence — Epstein, Barbara (New York Review of Books), 1984
259.12 Correspondence — Furnas, Helen, 1980-1983
259.13 Correspondence — Gardiner, Muriel, 1980-1983
259.14 Correspondence — Gelderman, Carol, 1980-1981
259.15 Correspondence — Gellhorn, Martha, 1980-1981
259.16 Correspondence — Goldwater, Walter, circa 1973, 1977, 1980
259.17 Correspondence — Hale, Sheila, 1980
259.18 Correspondence — Hardwick, Elizabeth, 1980
259.19 Correspondence — Hite, John, 1980
259.20 Correspondence — Kanfer, Stefan (Time magazine) 1980
259.21 Correspondence — Paturis, Cleo, 1981, 1984
259.22 Correspondence — Silvers, Robert (New York Review of Books), 1981, 1984
259.23 Correspondence — Spender, Stephen, 1983
259.24 Correspondence — Taylor, Harold, 1980
259.25 Correspondence — Zilahy, Piroska, 1980
259.26 Correspondence — Friends and acquaintances, 1980-1984
259.27 Correspondence — Miscellaneous, 1980-1984
259.28 Reader mail, 1980-1984, 1987
259.29 Clippings, 1980-1988
Box 259 Hellman lawsuit
370.1 Hellman
370.2 Hellman Letter
370.3 Lawsuit of Lillian Hellman
Financial Records
260.1 Personal business correspondence — Books, newspapers, and magazines, 1970-1988
260.2 Personal business correspondence — Domestic help, 1986-1988
260.3 Personal business correspondence — Store accounts and shopping, 1970-1988
260.4 Personal business correspondence — Travel, 1959-1988
260.5 Personal business correspondence — Miscellaneous, 1948, 1958-1964
260.6 Personal business correspondence — Miscellaneous, 1971-1988
260.7 Bank Accounts — Bank of New York, 1959-1960
260.8 Bank Accounts — Bank of New York, 1967-1988
371.1 - 371.2 Bank Accounts — Bank of New York, 1981-1990
260.9 Bank Accounts — Barclays, 1971-1976
371.3 Bank Accounts — Fleet, 1988-1990
260.10 Bank Accounts — Lloyds, 1965-1972
260.11 Bank Accounts — Lloyds, 1975-1976
Box 373 Bank Accounts — Lloyds, 1981-1989 (4 folders)
260.12 Bank Accounts — Merrill, 1974-1977, 1982
371.4 - 371.6 Bank Accounts — Merrill, 1981-1988
260-12 Bank Accounts — Merrill, 1974-1977, 1982
260.13 Bank Accounts — Riggs, 1973-1977
260.14 Bank Accounts — Société Générale, 1970-1977
260.15 Bank Accounts — State Department Federal Credit Union, 1968-1973
Box 263 Bank Accounts — cancelled checks, 1954-1989
Box 264 Bank Accounts — check stubs, 1966-1976
Box 372 Bank Accounts — cancelled checks and check stubs
261.1 Insurance
261.2 - 261.5 Dwellings — Paris apartment — General, 1962-1986
374.1 - 374.4 Dwellings — Paris apartment — General, 1970-1989
261.6 Dwellings — Paris apartment — Insurance and shipping, 1962-1963
261.7 - 261.8 Dwellings — Paris apartment — Furnishings and decor, 1960-1972
374.5 - 374.6 Dwellings — Paris apartment — Furnishings and decor, 1973-1989
374.10 Dwellings — Paris apartment — Venini lights, 1969
261.9 Dwellings — Paris apartment — Utilities, 1970-1972
374.7 - 374.8 Dwellings — Paris apartment — Utilities, 1975-1989
261.10 Dwellings — Paris apartment — Miscellaneous expenses, 1970-1972
374.9 Dwellings — Paris apartment — Miscellaneous
375.1 - 375.4 Dwellings — Castine house — Furnishings and decor, 1962-1986, undated
375.5 Dwellings — Castine house — Correspondence with Elmer and Edie Wardwell, 1970-1981
375.6 Dwellings — Castine house — Utilities, 1983, 1988-1989
375.7 Dwellings — Castine house — Clippings
265.1 Dwellings — Castine house — Miscellaneous expenses, 1969-1970
265.2 Dwellings — Castine house — Miscellaneous expenses, 1974-1988
375.8 Dwellings — Castine house — Miscellaneous expenses, 1983
375.9 Dwellings — Castine house — Miscellaneous, 1967-1989
265.1 Dwellings — Wellfleet house, 1952, 1955
375.10 Dwellings — Country houses, 1965-1968
375.11 Dwellings — Country houses — Correspondence with Marie-Claire Blais, 1965-1968, undated
375.12 Dwellings — Florence apartment, 1958
382.1 Dwellings — Mortgages, 1990
381.1 Taxes — Returns, 1949
266.1 Taxes, 1950-1958
266.2 - 266.11 Taxes — Returns, 1959-1977
381.2 - 381.4 Taxes — Returns, 1981-1990
Boxes 267-268 Taxes — Income, 1959-1976 (12 folders)
379.1 - 379.2 Taxes — Income — Royalties and other income, 1980-1983
380.1 - 380.2 Taxes — Income — Royalties and other income, 1985-1990
Box 276 Taxes — Income — Profits from the United Artists movie The Group, 1967-1971 (16 folders)
Boxes 269-272 Taxes — Expenses, 1959-1985 (17 folders)
273.1 - 273.2 Taxes — Expenses — Books and theater, 1970, 1974
376.1 Taxes — Expenses — Books, Newspapers and Magazines, 1981-1989
273.3 - 273.5 Taxes — Expenses — Car (Mercedes), 1969-1976
274.1 - 274.5 Taxes — Expenses — Castine house, 1970-1976
274.6 Taxes — Expenses — Charitable contributions, 1971-1975
376.2 Taxes — Expenses — Charitable contributions, 1980-1983
376.3 Taxes — Expenses — Charitable contributions, 1986-1989
376.4 Taxes — Expenses — Domestic help,
376.5 Taxes — Expenses — Dues, 1982-1989
274.7 - 274.9 Taxes — Expenses — Entertainment, 1970-1975
376.6 Taxes — Expenses — Entertainment and meals, 1981-1989
376.7 Taxes — Expenses — Flowers, 1981-1988
377.1 Taxes — Expenses — Grooming, 1981-1989
377.2 Taxes — Expenses — Laundry and alterations, 1983-1989
275.1 Taxes — Expenses — Medical, 1961-1978
377.3 Taxes — Expenses — Secretarial, postage and office, 1981-1989
377.4 Taxes — Expenses — Store accounts and shopping, 1968, 1981-1989
275.2 Taxes — Expenses — Travel — Vietnam and Cambodia, 1967
275.3 - 275.9 Taxes — Expenses — Travel, 1969-1976
377.5 - 377.8 Taxes — Expenses — Travel, 1981-1989
382.2 Social Security, 1981-1989

SERIES VIII: PHOTOGRAPHS

Mary McCarthy
277.1 As infant and child
386.9 Mary – child
386.12 Young Mary
386.1 Annie Wright Seminary
277.2 Portrait: Annie Wright student. Photographer: Leonid Finch, Seattle , [ca. 1928]
277.2 Portrait: Annie Wright student. Photographer: Leonid Finch, Seattle, [ca. 1928]
277.3 Portrait. Photographer: Henri Jacobs, Tacoma, [1929]
277.4 At Vassar, 1930-1932
277.5 Vassar senior portrait. Photographer: Irving Chidnoff, New York; Joke photo, 1933
277.6 Snapshots, [1940s]
277.7 Portrait. Photographer: Philippe Halsman, New York, 1942
277.8 Portrait. Photographer: Gene Fenn, 1944
277.9 Portraits. Photographer: Kevin McCarthy, [ca. 1949?]
277.10 Contact sheets. Photographer: Ralph Ellison, 1949
277.11 Portraits. Photographer: Ralph Ellison, 1949
278.1 Portraits. Photographer: Sylvia Salmi, Wellfleet, MA, [ca. summer 1942]
278.2 Portraits for Cast a Cold Eye, 1950
278.3 Portraits. Photographer: [Kevin McCarthy?], [ca. 1950?]
278.4 Portraits taken at Portsmouth, RI. Photographer: [Kevin McCarthy?], [ca. 1950?]
278.5 Portrait for Providence Sunday Journal, [ca. 1950]
278.6 Portrait for Providence Sunday Journal, [ca. 1952]
278.7 Portrait at Westport, CT harbor. Photographer: Kevin O'Flaherty McCarthy [ca. 1952]
278.8 Portraits. Photographer: Cecil Beaton, London, 1955-1959
278.9 Portrait taken at Peggy Guggenheim's. Photographer: Islay Lyons, Rome, [ca. 1956]
278.10 Portrait. Photographer: Inge Mörath-Magnum Photos, 1956
278.11 Portrait. Photographer unknown, [ca. 1957]
278.12 Contact prints. Photographer: Richard Avedon, New York, 1959
278.13 Contact sheets. Photographer: Cecil Beaton, London, 1959
278.14 Informal shots, [1950s]
279.1 Portrait for The Company She Keeps, 1960
279.2 Snapshots in Europe, 1960-1961
279.3 Portraits in Berlin. Photographer: Joseph Hunyady, Hungary, 1961
279.4 Informal shots for The Group. Photographer: Gisele Freund, Paris, 1962
279.5 Portrait. Photographer: André Morain, Paris, 1963
279.6 Portrait. Photographer: Jack Nisberg, London [for Newsweek ], 1963
279.7 Portrait in Paris. Unnamed Italian priest, [ca. 1964]
279.8 Informal shots at Jim Jones' home. Photographer: Stanley Marcus, Fall 1965
279.9 Informal shots. Photographer: Otto Breicha, Vienna, 1967
279.10 Snapshots at office of Dr. Seymour Bonwit. Photographer: Kevin McCarthy, 1969
279.11 Portrait. Photographer: Rollie McKenna, Stonington, CT, 1969
279.12 Informal shots and snapshots, 1960s
279.13 Snapshots in Venice. Photographer: Kevin McCarthy, [1960s?]
279.14 Informal shots for Birds of America. Photographer: Jack Nisberg, [ca. 1970]
279.15 Contact sheets. Photographer: Ray Wilson, 1971
279.16 Portraits in Paris. Photographer: Ray Wilson, 1971
279.17 Portrait. Photographer: Nancy Crampton, New York, [ca. 1973?]
279.18 Portraits for Minneapolis Journal article. Photographer: Kent Kobersteen, Minneapolis, 1973
279.19 Informal shots at Watergate hearings. Photographer: Marc Riboud-Magnum, 1973
279.20 Contact sheets. Photographer: Mark Antman, 1976
279.21 Informal shots. Photographer: Mark Antman, 1976
279.22 Portrait in Paris. Photographer: Cartier-Bresson, [1970s?]
279.23 Portrait for Le Figaro, [1970s?]
279.24 Contact sheets. Photographer: Jill Krementz, New York, [1970s?]
279.25 Portrait. Photographer: Jill Krementz, New York, [1970s?]
280.1 Portraits. Photographer: Carlos Freire, Paris, 1977-1980
280.2 Portraits. Photographer: Rhoda Nathans, New York, [1982?]
280.3 Informal shots. Photographer: FEREFOTO, London, [1980s]
280.4 Informal shots. Photographer: Martine Franck/VIVA, Paris, [1980s]
280.5 Portrait. Photographer: Kelly Wise, [1980s]
280.6 Informal shots. Photographer: SW, [ca. 1980s]
280.7 Contact sheets. Photographer: Gisele Freund, Paris, undated
280.8 Informal shots in England, undated
391.1 Horst Tappe portrait, with accompanying letter from Penny Penwick, [London] Sunday Times
386.3 In front of balcony – from magazine
386.4 Mary – assorted – color
386.5 Mary at desk, 1987, undated
386.6 Mary at reception
386.7 Mary – Bard College
386.8 Mary – Black and white assorted
386.10 Mary – various
386.17 Mary wearing hat
280.9 Passport photos, undated
386.11 Passport photos
Preston and McCarthy Families
386.13 McCarthy Family, circa 1915
Box 281 Preston and McCarthy Families
Harold Johnsrud and Wilson Family
386.14 Harold Johnsrud
Box 282 Harold Johnsrud, Edmund Wilson, and Wilson Families
Bowden Broadwater and West Family
386.15 Jim West
386.16 Mary with Bowden
Box 283 Bowden Broadwater, James West, and West Family
Friends and Acquaintances
387.1 Hanna Arendt
387.2 Nootboom and Booth at Castine
Box 284 Friends and acquaintances
Residences
Box 285 Residences
Places and Events
387.3 Bard College Commencement, 1989
387.4 Bard Luncheon
387.5 Colby College Honorary Degree Ceremony
387.9 University of Maine Honorary Degree Ceremony
386.2 University of Maine Honorary Degree Ceremony
387.10 Syracuse University Honorary Degree Ceremony, 12 May 1973
387.6 Unidentified Honorary Degree Ceremony
387.7 Mary’s Funeral
387.8 Mary’s grave
Box 286-288 Places and events
Miscellaneous/Unidentified People and Places
387.11 Unidentified slides
387.12 Unidentified prints
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
391.3 Newspclipping from magazine - picture of Mary leaving for Vassar, 1929
Box 290 Framed portrait of McCarthy as a child, [1916]
Mapcase 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 299-312,315 Clippings
Boxes 313-314 Watergate — scrapbooks (6 volumes and multiple unbound packages)
389.1 Articles and Clippings
389.2 Assorted Clippings
389.3 Newspaper Articles
363.8 Obituaries (MM)
390.1 Reviews
390.2 Reviews of her work
390.3 Reviews/Interviews - Newspaper
390.4 Reviews – How I Grew
390.5 Reviews – How I Grew –Stones of Florence

SERIES XI. ARTIFACTS and EPHEMERA

Awards
393.6 American Academy of Arts and Sciences fellowship, 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
391.7 Annie Wright School Alumae Central Achievement Award for Literature certificate, May 1984
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
393.5 Syracuse University Honorary Degree certificate
Box 392 Tube for Syracuse University Honorary Degree
391.8 Tulane University Honorary Degree
Box 392 Tube for University of Hull Honorary Degree
393.8 University of Aberdeen Honorary Degree
Miscellaneous
Box 392 "James Raymond West" and "Mr. and Mrs. James Raymond Rest" Business Cards and Plate
Box 392 Reading Glasses
393.3 "Ernest Medina Trial" Photograph of sketch, signed Preston Russell, (12" x 16.5")
393.3 "Ernest Medina Trial" Photograph of sketch, signed Preston Russell, (8" x 10")
Mapcase "The Group" Advertisement poster for book, 1966, 1966
Mapcase Swedish Female Writers Poster, 1981 (2 copies)
Mapcase "Mary McCarthy: A Tribute" Vassar College Poster, 1990 (3 copies)
Mapcase "The Poets' Theatre Proudly Presents An Evening with Mary McCarthy," undated
Mapcase List of contributors to the Peggy Guggenheim Collection, 1981

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