Finding Aid for the Carlyle Ferren Macintyre Papers, 1930-1967

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Los Angeles, CA 90095-1575
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Finding Aid for the Carlyle Ferren Macintyre Papers, 1930-1967

Collection number: 709

UCLA Library, Department of Special Collections

Manuscripts Division



Los Angeles, CA

Contact Information

  • Manuscripts Division
  • UCLA Library, Department of Special Collections
  • Room A1713, Charles E. Young Research Library
  • Box 951575
  • Los Angeles, CA 90095-1575
  • Telephone: 310/825-4988 (10:00 a.m. - 4:45 p.m., Pacific Time)
  • Email: spec-coll@library.ucla.edu
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Descriptive Summary

Title: Carlyle Ferren Macintyre Papers,
Date (inclusive): 1930-1967
Collection number: 709
Creator: MacIntyre, Carlyle Ferren, 1890-1967
Extent: 37 boxes (18.5 linear ft.) 1 oversize box
Repository: University of California, Los Angeles. Library. Department of Special Collections.
Los Angeles, California 90095-1575
Abstract: Carlyle Ferren MacIntyre (1890-1967) is known for his poetry and translations of Baudelaire, Verlaine, Goethe and Rilke. The collection consists of literary manuscripts, research notes, ephemera, photographs, and correspondence of Carlyle Ferren MacIntyre.
Physical location: Stored off-site at SRLF. Advance notice is required for access to the collection. Please contact the UCLA Library, Department of Special Collections Reference Desk for paging information.
Language: English.

Administrative Information

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Provenance/Source of Acquisition

  • Gift of Carlyle Ferren MacIntyre, 1966-67.
  • Gift of Lawrence Clark Powell, 1960.
  • Gift of Mrs. C.F. MacIntyre, 1967-88.
  • Gift of Ferren MacIntyre, 1969-73.

Preferred Citation

[Identification of item], Carlyle Ferren Macintyre Papers (Collection 709). Department of Special Collections, Charles E. Young Research Library, University of California, Los Angeles.

UCLA Catalog Record ID

UCLA Catalog Record ID: 2221101 

Biography

MacIntyre was born in Des Moines, Iowa in 1890; taught English at Los Angeles Polytechnic High School, Occidental College (1924-28), UCLA (1928-38), and University of California at Berkeley (1938-44); was best known for his poetry and translations of Baudelaire, Verlaine, and Rilke; awarded a Guggenheim Fellowship in 1938 to work on a translation of Goethe's Faust (published in 1941); awarded Fulbright Fellowships in 1948 and 1953 to continue work on his translations of Rilke, Baudelaire, Mallarmé and Goethe; lived in Paris, Mexico, Germany, France (1955-67); suffered an incapacitating stroke in 1960; died in Stuttgart, Germany on June 30, 1967.

Scope and Content

Collection consists of literary manuscripts, research notes, ephemera, photographs, and correspondence of poet Carlyle Ferren MacIntyre. Correspondents include Lawrence Clark Powell, Majl Ewing, Carl Sawyer Downes, Llewellyn Morgan Buell, and Frederick Mason Carey.

Indexing Terms

The following terms have been used to index the description of this collection in the library's online public access catalog.
MacIntyre, Carlyle Ferren, 1890-1967--Archives.
University of California, Los Angeles. Dept. of English--Faculty--Archival resources.
Poets, American--Archival resources.
Translators--Archival resources.

Related Material

Carlyle Ferren MacIntyre Correspondence and Papers (Collection 100, box 287). Available at Department of Special Collections, UCLA.

Container List

Box 1

Holograph and typescript manuscripts re C.F. MacIntyre.

Physical Description: 6 pieces in 1 folder.

Scope and Content Note

Presumably articles and reviews in various literary magazines. All bear name and date of publication.
Box 1

Powell, Lawrence Clark, Portrait of a Guggenheim Fellow, n.p., n.d.

Physical Description: 8 leaves. 3 pieces in 1 folder.

Scope and Content Note

Typescript and two carbons versions, each bearing holograph corrections.
Box 1

Rilke, Rainer Maria, The Elegies. Translated by C.F. MacIntyre. n.p., n.d.

Physical Description: 15 leaves. 1 piece in 1 folder.

Scope and Content Note

Carbon with the author's holograph corrections in pencil, and identified as third versions, part of Rilke's Elegies on the last page.
Box 1

MacIntyre, Carlyle Ferren. The Gift of Medusa, An Epic. n.p., n.d.

Physical Description: 12 leaves. 1 piece in 1 folder.

Scope and Content Note

Carbon with holograph notations in pencil. Signed by the author on the last page.
Box 1

MacIntyre, Carlyle Ferren. The Gift of Medusa. n.p., n.d.

Physical Description: In manila covers. 1 piece in 1 folder.

Scope and Content Note

Complete typescript (carbon) with author's holograph notations and corrections.
Box 1

MacIntyre, Carlye Ferren. John Doe. [Poems] n.p., n.d.

Physical Description: 47 leaves. 1 piece in 1 folder.

Scope and Content Note

Typescript with holograph corrections. Presumably prepared for printer.
Box 1

MacIntyre, Carlye Ferren. Thalassa, Thalassa. [An Epic] n.p., n.d.

Physical Description: 15 leaves. 2 pieces in 1 folder.

Scope and Content Note

Carbon and revised typescript version, both with holograph corrections by the author. The latter identified as Sample of the Epic-about 1/12 of the whole, and signed on first page.
Box 1

MacIntyre, Carlyle Ferren. Poems. n.p., n.d.

Physical Description: 1 envelope of 31 typescript leaves with holograph corrections. 1 notebook of carbons of poems published in literary magazines bearing name and date of publication. 2 pieces in 1 folder.

Scope and Content Note

Both manuscripts entrusted to Lawrence Clark Powell in the author's hand.
Box 1

MacIntyre, Carlyle Ferren. Seven manuscripts of poems. n.p., n.d.

Physical Description: 154 leaves. Holograph, typescript, and carbon, with author's holograph corrections. 7 pieces in 1 folder.

Scope and Content Note

Various poems assembled and clipped together but not categorized.
Box 1

MacIntyre, Carlyle Ferren. Electra Hid an Axe. A Drama in Eleven Episodes with two Choruses. Berkeley, n.d.

Physical Description: Typescript, carbon manuscript with author's holograph corrections. In manila covers. 1 piece in 1 folder.

Scope and Content Note

Typed title page with author's address.
Box 1

MacIntyre, Carlye Ferren. A Little Book for Dionysus. La Crescenta, 1930.

Physical Description: In manila covers. 1 piece in 1 folder.

Scope and Content Note

Poems in typescript (carbon) with author's holograph notations. With title page bearing author's name and dated La Crescenta 1930, printed by hand and in red pencil. Also on title page is small emblem drawn in pencil.
Box 1

MacIntyre, Carlyle Ferren. Voices in a Void, or The Caul on a Cocktail Tray. n.p., 1945.

Physical Description: Poems in typescript (carbon) with a few pencil notations. In manila covers. 1 piece in 1 folder.

Scope and Content Note

Some of the poems bear dedications, some individually dated and located.
Box 1

MacIntyre, Carlye Ferren. One Hundred Dwarf Lyrics. La Crescenta, 1930.

Physical Description: Poems in typescript. 1 piece in 1 folder. In blue manila covers. holograph in pencil.

Scope and Content Note

Title page with author's initials, place and date.
Box 1

MacIntyre, Carlyle Ferren. Poems. La Crescenta, Spring 1930.

Physical Description: 1 piece in 1 folder.

Scope and Content Note

Typescript of C.F, MacIntyre's poems made by L.C. Powell at La Crescenta, spring of 1930. This holograph pencil inscription, written by L.C. Powell, appears on the manila cover. Also, L.C. Powell, written in blue pencil in upper right hand corner.
Box 1

MacIntyre, Carlyle Ferren. Baudelaire to Valéry (Main Currents of French Poetry in Last 100 Years.). Berkeley: University of California Press, n.d.

Physical Description: 1 piece in 1 folder.

Scope and Content Note

Translation and commentary by C.F. MacIntyre. Typescript (carbon) prepared for printing, with the author's holograph corrections and notations. Title page in holograph. Preface by the author in typescript (carbon) dated Guadalajara, July 16, 1952. Manila cover bears holograph inscription in pencil: Mac left this with Carl S. Downes, who gave it to me. Sept, 1960, for the UCLA Collection. (signed) M. Ewing.
Box 1

George, Stefan. Selected Poems. Translated by Carlyle Ferren MacIntyre. Berkeley, n.d.

Physical Description: Typescript with the author's holograph corrections and notations. 1 piece in 1 folder.

Scope and Content Note

Presumably prepared for printing. Preface by the author is dated San Francisco, 1948. In large black hard-cover binder.
 

Correspondence With Academic Colleagues at UCLA, Including:.

Box 2

Buell, Llewellyn Morgan, 1888- .

Box 2

Carey, Frederick Mason, 1898- .

Box 2

Downes, Carl Sawyer, 1884- .

Box 2

Ewing, Majl, 1903- .

Physical Description: 142 pieces in 4 folders.
Box 2

Powell, Lawrence Clark, 1906- .. Correspondence with and regarding Carlyle Ferren MacIntyre.

Physical Description: 123 pieces in 1 folder.
Box 2

MacIntyre, Marian. Mimeographed holograph letter written by his wife in August, 1960, relating the circumstances of C.F. MacIntyre's stroke.

Physical Description: 1 piece in 1 folder.
Box 2

Ephemera. Clippings, bookjackets.

Physical Description: 2 photos. 54 pieces in 1 folder.
Box 2

Letters from Marian MacIntyre to Lawrence Powell and various persons.

Physical Description: 12 items.
Box 2

Correspondence with Dennis Enright and C.F. MacIntyre.

Physical Description: 6 items.
Box 2

Letter from Vivian Destournelles to Teddy and Bill. July 4, 1967.

Physical Description: 1 item.
Box 2

American Association of University Professors' report on MacIntyre to the Regents. October 18, 1946.

Physical Description: 1 item.
Box 2

Last Will and Testament of C.F. MacIntyre. August 21, 1962.

Physical Description: 1 item. Photocopy.
Box 3

1. Some Modern French Poets. Front matter original typescript, poems carbon. Dated Roscoff 1948-1950.

Physical Description: Bound in manila binder.
Box 3

2. Lorca.

Physical Description: Loose sheets in brown Old Liverpool box. 9 items.

Scope and Content Note

First page marked MacIntyre-Crow. Mixture of original typing and carbon. Canciones of Lorca. Letters from John A. Crow relating to Lorca.
Box 3

3. Gift of Medusa. n.d. Marked 2120 Valley St., Los Angeles 57.

Physical Description: Carbon copies bound in manila binder.
Box 3

4. Odi et Amo. Catullus. (original poems) About 50 loose sheets in manila binder. Typed on both sides.

Physical Description: Mostly carbon copies.
Box 3

5. Unnamed (original poems). Marked C.F. MacIntyre, Hotel Liberia, Paris.

Physical Description: About 80 pages bound in cardboard. Mostly carbon copies.
Box 3

6. Mexican Canzones. T-P on about page 20 says Canciones Mexicanos, C.F. MacIntyre, Guadalajara, 1950.

Physical Description: Bound in heavy blue paper. First copies and carbons.
Box 3

7. There was a Sinner on the Way. C.F. MacIntyre, Guadalajara, 1950.

Physical Description: Carbon copies, one-half size, i.e., Bound in blue paper. 8 1/2 × 5 1/2.
Box 3

8. Unnamed, About 30 sheets bound with brass clip in plain white paper. Mostly carbon copies heavily corrected.

Physical Description: 5 1/2 × 8 1/2 manuscript of original poems.
Box 3

9. The Teacher Who Went to Heaven, or Everychild's Faust. Carbon copy dated Berkeley, 1940.

Physical Description: Held together by brass clip and in manila folder.
Box 3

10. Faust, Part 2. Mimeographed, 1939.

Physical Description: 163pp. bound in blue paper. Carbon copy.

Scope and Content Note

Preface to Faust, Part 2, 1947.
Box 4

11. Lorca. entitled Guitar of a Dead Gypsy. , 1953.

Physical Description: Clipped together and in manila binder. Seven-page (yellow) insert. Original typescript.

Scope and Content Note

Entitled The Goring and the Death (Llanto por Ignacio Sachez Mejías).
Box 4

12. The Hot Ship. 1944-46.

Physical Description: Carbon copy with pasted-in illustrations. Two hundred forty-seven pages bound in cardboard.
Box 4

13. Tristan Corbière. Selections from Les Amours jaunes. 1953.

Scope and Content Note

Typed on yellow paper and marked for printer by Harold Small. Bound in cardboard marked T.C.
Box 4

14. Unnamed manuscript labelled, C.F. MacIntyre, Hotel Liberia, Paris VI.

Physical Description: Loose in brown envelope. First typescript of original poems.
Box 4

15. The Agate Lamp. Studies in European Poetry. Berkeley, 1944.

Physical Description: Clamped together with sheet of blue paper on top.

Scope and Content Note

Mostly original typescript with some carbon and mimeograph copies.
Box 4

16. Some Modern French Poets. San Francisco, 1953.

Physical Description: (carbon copy) of no. 1. Eighteen yellow pages in manila binder.

Scope and Content Note

Appears to be introduction only.
Box 4

17. The Yellow Loves. Being the Story of Tristan Corbière (novel). San Francisco, 1953.

Physical Description: Bound in manila binder. Carbon copy on yellow paper.
Box 4

18. Downward is All (Variations on a Theme) (stories).

Physical Description: Original typescript bound in heavy pressed paper.
Box 5

19. Sketchbook.

Physical Description: Bound in cardboard. Drawings, many in color.
Box 5

20. Rilke. Duino Elegies,1944-52and Rilke. Sonnets to Orpheus, carbon, 1953.

Physical Description: 1st typescript.

Scope and Content Note

Bound together in pressboard binder and in brown envelope with loose sheets of German-French ed., translated by J.F. Angelloz, Paris, 1943.
Box 5

21. Two Tarts in Swing Time (The Bacchides of Plautus, with notes by Professor Fred Carey). Berkeley, 1940-53.

Physical Description: First typescript. Bound in black binder.

Scope and Content Note

Heavily corrected.
Box 5

22. Rejects and Notes.

Physical Description: 139 typed pages bound in manila folder, with other pages inserted loosely.
Box 5

23. Sodom of the Angels. Berkeley, 1936-41.

Physical Description: 26pp. Two carbon copies bound together in manila binder.
Box 5

24. The Blue Wallpaper (Rejects). 1953.

Physical Description: 66pp., half size Typescript heavily corrected. Bound in manila paper. (5 1/2 × 8 1/2).
Box 5

25. The Dainty Ballad of Cannibal Tom. 1947.

Physical Description: 12pp. with pen illustrations. Bound in heavy paper. 5 1/2 × 8 1/2.

Scope and Content Note

(Halftitle: Project for a broadside ballad)
Box 5

26. A Little Book About Jesus Davidson. C.F. MacIntyre, Beverly Hills, California.

Physical Description: Seventeen sheets, Bound in manila paper. 8 1/2 × 5 1/2.
Box 5

27. That Immortal Garland (limericks). 1941.

Physical Description: Typescript with additional pages and pictures clipped from magazines laid in. Bound in manila paper and enclosed in brown envelope.
Box 5

28. Large unnamed bundle of manuscript, mostly ribbon copies of poems.

Physical Description: Wrapped in brown paper. 10 items.
Box 6

29. Manila envelope of miscellaneous letters, poems, and clippings.

Physical Description: 71 items.
Box 6

30. The Playful Peon. Guadalajara, 1951.

Physical Description: Prose typescript, ribbon copy. Bound in manila paper. About 60pp.
Box 6

31. The Father.

Physical Description: Blue. manila paper. Carbon copy.
Box 6

32. Unnamed typescript. Seems to be translations from Verlaine.

Physical Description: Several batches held together by rubber band.
Box 6

33. Mallarmé translations, Bound in manila paper.

Physical Description: Mostly carbon copies heavily corrected.
Box 6

34. The Long Siesta (Mexican novel). Two hundred forty-four pages. Loose in manila folder.

Physical Description: Yellow carbon.
Box 6

35. People of Importance. Beverly Hills, 1937. Original poems.

Physical Description: Carbon copies. Bound in paper. 5 1/2 × 8 1/2.
Box 7

36. Ancestors. Small batch of original poems.

Physical Description: Ribbon copies. Stapled together. 5 1/2 × 8 1/2.
Box 7

37. Duino Elegies.

Physical Description: Typescript. About 30 pages bound in manila binder.
Box 7

38. Sonnets to Orpheus. 1942. Heavily revised.

Physical Description: Carbon copy.

Scope and Content Note

Clipped together without cover. Introduction and notes to the Sonnets. 1950. Letter from Bayard Quincy Morgan. July 19, 1946.
Box 7

39. Unnamed manuscript that appears to be translations from Lorca.

Physical Description: In manila envelope.
Box 7

40. The Broken Prism. Amado Nervo. 1951.

Physical Description: Typescript and loose printed poems in manila envelope.
Box 7

41. Miscellaneous small manuscripts in manila envelope. n.d.

Physical Description: 15 items.
Box 7

42. Envelope of photographs, postcards, etc.

Physical Description: 123 items including 25 photographs of C.F. MacIntyre.
Box 7

43. Unlabelled carbon manuscript, presumably Faust, in manila envelope.

Box 7

44. The Blue Knife. 1951-1955. Original poems.

Physical Description: Typescript. No cover.
Box 38

Drawings by C.F. MacIntyre. Pastels and water color.

Physical Description: 5 items.
Box 8

Books (9). Ephemera (9). Drawings by C.F. MacIntyre (27).

Physical Description: 45 items.
Box 9

Books belonging to C.F. Mac Intyre.

Physical Description: 11 items.
Box 10

Books belonging to C.F. MacIntyre.

Physical Description: 12 items. Magazines. 4 items.
Box 11

Loose poems in small black folder.

Physical Description: 1 item. Typescript.
Box 11

Letters not to be sent. n.p., n.d.

Physical Description: 12 leaves. Typescript.
Box 11

Time is a Tiger. Paris, n.d.

Physical Description: 60 leaves. Typescript (carbon).
Box 11

Untitled French poems. n.p., n.d.

Physical Description: 25 leaves. Typescript with holograph corrections.
Box 11

The Green Balloon (loose poems). Paris, 1955.

Physical Description: 250 leaves. Typescript.
Box 11

The White Tercel. Paris, 1957.

Physical Description: 2 bound copies. 138 leaves. Typescript and carbon.
Box 11

The Blue Wallpaper. Paris, 1953.

Physical Description: 100 leaves. Typescript and carbon with holograph corrections.
Box 11

Knives and Guitars. Guadalajara, Mexico, 1951.

Physical Description: 31 leaves. Typescript.
Box 11

Miscellaneous poems. Loose sheets. n.d.

Physical Description: 300 leaves. Typescript with holograph corrections.
Box 12

Tiger of Time, The Blue Knife, and other miscellaneous poems. Loose sheets, n.d.

Physical Description: 90 leaves. Typescript (carbon).
Box 12

George Forestier. Translated by C.F. MacIntyre. Paris, 1955.

Physical Description: 2 copies bound in folders. 140 leaves. Typescript.
Box 12

The Case of the Lyrical Corpse [article about George Forestier by C.F. MacIntyre].

Physical Description: 23 leaves. Typescript.
Box 12

George Forestier.

Physical Description: 3 books and a magazine article about Forestier in French.
Box 12

The Comber of Comets: a Novel About Tristan Corbière. Paris, 1958. Loosely bound.

Physical Description: 154 leaves. Typescript with holograph corrections.
Box 12

--- Another copy.

Physical Description: 154 leaves. Typescript (carbon).
Box 12

The Comber of Comets. Rewritten by John Gael Jr. from translation by C.F. MacIntyre. San Francisco, 1953.

Physical Description: 270 leaves. Typescript with holograph corrections.
Box 12

Canciones. Translated by C.F. MacIntyre.

Physical Description: 26 leaves. Typescript.
Box 12

Valedictory for Tristan Corbière. Paris, n.d.

Physical Description: 10 leaves. Typescript.
Box 13

The Long Siesta. Paris, n.d.

Physical Description: 245 leaves. Bound in clip folder. Typescript with holograph corrections.
Box 13

The Tapestries Called la Dame à la Licorne. Paris, 1959.

Physical Description: 6 copies.

Scope and Content Note

With colored plates, including 2 brochures of plates from the New York Metropolitan Museum of Art.
Box 13

Gaspard de la Nuit. Translated by C.F. MacIntyre. n.p., 1953(?).

Physical Description: 122 leaves. Typescript.
Box 13

Cafes and cathedrals. London, 1939.

Physical Description: 88 leaves. Bound together with cord. Typescript.
Box 13

Shun the Heaven. n.p., 1949.

Physical Description: 125 leaves. Typescript.
Box 13

Mallarmé, Stéphane. Poems translated by C.F. MacIntyre. n.p., 1947.

Physical Description: Typescript with holograph corrections. 87 leaves.
Box 13

--- Second folder.

Physical Description: 54 leaves.
Box 13

Valéry, Paul. Selected poems translated by C.F. MacIntyre. Paris, 1936.

Physical Description: 98 leaves. Bound in folder. Typescript.
Box 14

Mallarmé, Stéphane. Selected poems. Berkeley and Los Angeles, 1957.

Physical Description: 169 pp. Bound in folder.
Box 14

The White Falcon: from the Manessische Handschrift and minor sources. Translated by C.F. MacIntyre. Paris, n.d.

Physical Description: 2 copies and 3 introductions. Typescript.
Box 14

The Minnesingers. Translated by C.F. MacIntyre. n.p., n.d.

Physical Description: 350 leaves. 3 copies. Typescript.
Box 14

Gaspard de la Nuit. Translated by C.F. MacIntyre. Berkeley, 1942.

Physical Description: 215 leaves. Typescript(carbon).
Box 14

--- Another copy. n.p., 1960.

Physical Description: Typescript.
Box 14

Selections from the Poems of Sor Juana Ines de la Cruz. Translated by C.F. MacIntyre. n.p., 1954.

Physical Description: 4 copies. Typescript.
Box 14, Box 15

Faust, part 2. Translated by C.F. MacIntyre. Paris, 1957.

Physical Description: 2 copies. Typescript.
Box 14

Everychild's Faust. Paris, 1958.

Physical Description: 4 copies in one folder. Typescript.
Box 14

Selected Poems of Stefan George. Translated by C.F. MacIntyre. n.p., 1942.

Physical Description: In 2 folders. Typescript with holograph corrections.
Box 14, Box 9

Contract between the University of California and C.F. MacIntyre regarding the publication of the book French Symbolist Poetry.

Physical Description: 1 item.
Box 15

The Blue Knife. 1951-1955.

Physical Description: Original poems. 52 leaves. Typescript (carbon) with holograph corrections.
Box 15

Mallarmé, Stéphane. Les coup de dès and Le guignon. Translated by C.F. MacIntyre. n.d.

Physical Description: 18 leaves. Holograph and typescript. Bound together in folder.
Box 15

The White Falcon. Translated by C.F. MacIntyre. Introduction and contents.

Physical Description: 12 leaves. Typescript.
Box 15

Germany four times or Faust and the fulbright.

Physical Description: 2 copies. 21 leaves. Typescript in envelope marked Germany revisited.
Box 15

Some German expressionist poets.

Physical Description: 4 copies. 24 leaves. Typescript with holograph corrections. In envelope marked Germany revisited.
Box 15

Dunio Elegies.

Physical Description: 2 copies. 31 leaves. Typescript (carbon) with halograph corrections.
Box 15

Sonnets to Orpheus.

Physical Description: 2 copies. Photostat and print with holograph corrections.
Box 16

Modern German lyrics. Translated by C.F. MacIntyre. n.d.

Physical Description: 70 leaves. Typescript.
Box 16

The Minnesingers. Translated by C.F. MacIntyre.

Physical Description: 2 copies and a German text. 100 leaves. Typescript (carbon).
Box 16

The Pig That Ate Truffles.

Physical Description: 2 copies. 22 leaves. Typescript and carbon.

Scope and Content Note

Included are 4 letters with Sam Wohl relating to the publication.
Box 16

Notes containing translations of Symbolist poetry.

Physical Description: 140 leaves. Typescript.
Box 16

Miscellaneous manuscripts.

Physical Description: 3 items. Typescript.
Box 16

Miscellaneous translations of poetry.

Physical Description: 50 leaves. Typescript.
Box 16

The Book of Ty-Ty [my brat]. Los Angeles, September 15, 1934.

Physical Description: 66 leaves. Typescript with holograph corrections.
Box 17

Manuscripts and printed material.

Note

Brieflisted material. L. Hatayama, October 1986.
Box 17

Alejandro and the Mobile.

Note

Gift of Marguerite Downes, 1968.
Box 17

Les Amours Jaunes.

Physical Description: (Annotated, printed copy).

Note

Gift of Carleton A. Sheffield, 1972.
Box 17

The Blue Knife.

Note

Gift of Helen Jacobson, 1971.
Box 17

The Case of the Lyrical Corpse.

Note

Gift of Marguerite Downes, 1968.
Box 17

A Cast of Dice.

Note

Gift of Marguerite Downes, 1968.
Box 17

Everychild's Faust, 1957.

Note

Gift of Helen Jacobson, 1971.
Box 17

Everychild's Faust. ts(c).

Note

Gift of Helen Jacobson, 1971.
Box 17

The Fools of Time. Ex libris Hal Beiler.

Box 17

The Fools of Time. Pasadena, 1932. Ex libris Lawrence Clark Powell.

Box 17

From the Divan of Hafiz.

Note

Gift of Margaret Ringnalda, 1984.
Box 17

Mardi Gras pour Faustus.

Note

Gift of Marguerite Downes, 1968.
Box 17

Circle. Berkeley, no.9. c. 1946.

Scope and Content Note

With poem and 2 cards to Mary Radlova.
Box 18

Manuscript material.

Box 18

The Pig That Ate Truffles.

Physical Description: 5 copies.

Note

Gift of Marguerite Downes, 1968.
Box 18

The Pig That Ate Truffles.

Note

Gift of Helen Jacobson, 1971.
Box 18

Poetes d'expression Francaise. 1959.

Box 18

Shun the Heaven. Part Four.

Note

Gift of Ferren MacIntyre, 1973.
Box 18

Shun the Heaven.

Note

Gift of Helen Jacobson, 1971.
Box 18

Some popular songs of Northern France.

Note

Gift of Ferren MacIntyre, 1973.
Box 18

The tapestries of La Dame a la Licorne from the Musee De Cluny, Paris.

Note

Gift of Marguerite Downes, 1968.
Box 18

The tapestries called La Dame a la Licorne. 1962.

Note

Gift of Helen Jacobson, 1971.
Box 18

Time is a Tiger. With a poem laid in.

Note

Gift of Helen Jacobson, 1971.
Box 18

Les Trois Chemises. 1955.

Note

Gift of Marguerite Downes, 1968.
Box 18

Tristan Corbiere. Les Amours Jaunes.

Note

Gift of Carleton Sheffield, 1984.
Box 18

The White Falcon.

Physical Description: 3 folders.

Note

Gift of Helen Jacobson, 1971.
Box 18

Poems.

Physical Description: 2 items.

Note

Gift of Margaret Ringnalda, 1984.
Box 18

Poems and translations.

 

Material Received from August Fruge, May 1970

Box 19

Correspondence, memos, and clippings regarding MacIntyre's translations published by the University of California Press, ca. 1946-1965.

Box 20

Correspondence.

Box 20

Unsorted correspondence.

Physical Description: 1 folder.
Box 20

Correspondence, A - M.

Box 21

Correspondence.

Box 21

Correspondence, N - Y.

Box 21

Unidentified and unsorted letters.

Physical Description: 3 folders.
Box 22

Correspondence.

Box 22

Correspondence, A - R.

Scope and Content Note

Includes letters to Majl Ewing, ca. 1937-1967, Mrs. Antonia Orena, ca. 1944-1961, Murco and Margaret Ringnalda. ca. 1945-1967, and a pencil sketch of Lily Bess Campbell by Murco Ringnalda.
Box 22

Unsorted correspondence.

Physical Description: 1 folder.
Box 23

Correspondence, manuscript material, ephemera, cassette tape.

Box 23

Letters to Carleton Sheffield, Lewis Worthington Smith, and letters from Yvonne Templin to Murco and Margaret Ringnalda.

Note

Gift of Margaret Ringnalda, 1984.
Box 23

Smith, T.R., ed. Baudelaire: His Prose and Poetry. New York: Boni & Liveright, 1920.

Scope and Content Note

C.F. MacIntyre's annotated copy with poetry and notes laid in.

Note

Gift of Margaret Ringnalda, 1984.
Box 23

Ephemera.

Box 23

Fullbright Certificate, 1954.

Note

Gift of Margaret Ringnalda, 1984.
Box 23

MacIntyre, C.F. Der Gebrauch der Farbe in Rossetti's Dichtung. Marburg (Germany), 1923.

Physical Description: Photocopy.

Scope and Content Note

MacIntyre's doctoral dissertation. With related material.

Note

Gift of Margaret Ringnalda, 1984.
Box 23

Cassette tape. Recording of ceremonies, September 25, 1984, in the Department of Special Collections, UCLA Library, for the presentation of C.F. MacIntyre's portrait by James Callahan.

Note

Gift of Lawrence Clark Powell, 1984.
Box 24

Student papers [flood damaged].

Box 25

Student papers [flood damaged].

Box 26

Course material & notes.

Box 27

Poetry by Carlyle F. Macintyre and others, European postcards.

Physical Description: Printed & typescript.
Box 28

Translations of Greek & Latin poetry by Carlyle F. Macintyre.

Box 29

Translations of Latin and other poetry, mainly by Carlyle F. Macintyre [flood damaged].

Box 30

Translations of French poetry [flood damaged].

Box 31

Poetry - typescript with holograph notes; Rossetti, epic poem typescript.

Box 32

Final draft of Carlyle F. Macintyre's Ph.D dissertation in German, Marburg, 1923; poetry - typescripts with holograph notes.

Box 33

Goethe translations; poetry from Carlyle F. Macintyre's classes; publications; collection of poems Men & Other Animals & The Fools of Time.

Box 34

Poetry Typescripts With Holograph Notes.

Box 35

Poems - 1936, proofs; typescript of Shun the Heaven and Petit Suite, 1940; translations of prose & poetry for European texts; The Fools of Time, Pasadena, 1932.

Physical Description: Typescript.
Box 36

Reviews, poems. 1936, Voices & Odes on Night- magazine articles; clippings.

Physical Description: Typescript with holograph notes.
Box 37

Typescripts of works by Carlyle F. Macintyre with holograph notes & bound as booklets.

Physical Description: 39 items.
Box 38

Drawings by Carlyle F. Macintyre.