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Series 1. Scrapbooks/Portfolios
Aug. 18, 1931. 1 ALS, Robinson Jeffers to Mr. Smith, his publisher's editor, referring to work soon to be published (Descent to the Dead).
Apr. 5, 1938. 1 ALS, Ward Ritchie to Frank Armstrong, describing "The Apology for Bad Dreams."
May 9, 1939. 1 TLS, Lawrence Clark Powell to Jake Zeitlin, discussing Jeffers' poems "The Cloud" and "Pelicans."
July 3, 1943. 1 TL, Ben Abramson, Argus Book Shop, to Una Jeffers regarding a copy of House-Dog's Grave for Frank Armstrong, Winnetka, Illinois.
July 16, 1943. 1 ALS, Una Jeffers to Mr. Abramson, offering "Rock and Hawk" and "One Sundown" ["Winter Sundown"] for a friend.
July 31, 1943. 1 TL, Frank Armstrong to Una Jeffers, suggesting a price for the offered books.
Aug. 4, 1943. 1 ALS, Una Jeffers to Frank Armstrong, commenting on manuscript of "Winter Sundown" poem.Going to San Francisco for the first time in nine months (before went "at least once a month").
Aug. 10, 1943. 1 TL, [Frank Armstrong] to Una Jeffers, acknowledging receipt of "Rock and Hawk" and asking for "October Weekend." Remarks on bust of Jeffers by Archie Garner.
Aug. 13, 1943. 1 ALS, Una Jeffers to Frank Armstrong, regarding sale of further items.
Aug. 30, 1943. [Frank Armstrong] to Una Jeffers, commenting on Jeffers items, support for biography, and trip to Ireland where he visited Cuala press and met Yeats' sister.
Sept. 10, 1943. 1 ALS, Una Jeffers to Frank Armstrong, writing of trip to Irelan
. 1 TLS, Frank Armstrong to Una Jeffers, referring to Jeffers books he received from her.
5 b/w photographs
Birthplace of Robinson Jeffers, Ridge Ave., Allegheny, n.d.; Group photo with Jeffers, Una, Donann, and Judith Anderson, n.d.
Jeffers next to Davidson bronze bust, n.d.
With Una in boat, Co. Mayo, Ireland, 1937
Yeats' tower, Co. Galway, Ireland, July 1937.
1 newsclipping "Columbia to Film Two Jeffers Poems," namely "Roan Stallion" and "Thurso's Landing." N.p., n.d.
Announcement in Southern California Daily Trojan (USC) that Robinson Jeffers to be present at the Phi Beta Kappa initiation ceremonies, Apr. 25, 1940
Material laid in Jeffers books (mainly clippings of reviews), 1940-1948
Tower Beyond Tragedy - Handbill for production starring Judith Anderson, at the Forest Theatre, Carmel-by-the-Sea, California, July 2-5, 
Lonely Eminence - Review of Be Angry at the Sun and Other Poems, in Saturday Review, Apr. 25, 1942
Rock and Hound (holographic poem, with inscription: - Copied for Frank H. Armstrong - Sincerely, Robinson Jeffers. Tor House, Carmel, California, September 2, 1943
Lime Kiln Press - Prospectus for Tragedy Has Obligations, 
First Day Issue envelope and stamp - "American Poet Series, Robinson Jeffers, 1882-1962," stamped Aug. 13, 1973
First Day Issue envelope and stamp - "American Arts Series, Honoring Robinson Jeffers," stamped Jan. 31, 1975
Beilke, Marlan - Shining Clarity: God and Man in the Works of Robinson Jeffers (prospectus), 
The Condor - Broadside (reproduction of Jeffers poem first appearing in the June 9, 1904 edition of The Youth's Companion), 1977
Tor House (flyer), ca. 1978
Ward Ritchie and Robinson Jeffers
Jeffers, Robinson - "Noon" (poem), The New Republic, July 21, 1926
Harrowed Marrow (cover story, review of Jeffers' book Thurso's Landing), Time, April 4, 1931
Robinson Jeffers Honored by College from which He Graduated 30 Years Ago (article on commemoration at Occidental College), The Carmel Pine Cone, May 3, 1935
Masters, Marcia - "From the hands of World-Famed Poet" (cover story on Jeffers and Tor House), Los Angeles Times, Sunday Home Magazine, Feb. 2, 1947
Older, Mrs. Fremont - "He Built Her a Tower" (article on Jeffers and his wife Una), American Weekly, February 25, 1951
look only: seclusion (article on Jeffers and Tor House), Los Angeles Times, Sunday Home Section, July 20, 1958
Series 2. Oversize
1 b/w photograph of Robinson Jeffers (inscription on back to Dame Judith Anderson, from Cole Weston; notes negative by Edward Weston and print by Cole Weston), 1933
2 b/w photographs of Robinson Jeffers, by Leigh A. Wiener (gift of Dame Judith Anderson)
Bust of Robinson Jeffers, by Gordon Newell, n.d.