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Correspondence, Series 1 1918 - 1955

 

Letters by Bernard De Voto (outgoing), Subseries 1.1 May 1918 - November 1955.

Arrangement note

arranged chronologically.
Box 1, Folder 1

Outgoing correspondence, 1915-18

Box 1, Folder 2

Outgoing correspondence to M. Smith; to C. Hagler. See also: "Kent Potter Story"., 1920-25

Box 1, Folder 3

Outgoing correspondence, 1922-27

Box 1, Folder 4

Outgoing correspondence, 1928

Box 1, Folder 5

Outgoing correspondence, 1929

Box 1, Folder 6

Outgoing correspondence, 1930

Box 1, Folder 7

Outgoing correspondence, 1931 Jan.-Apr.

Box 1, Folder 8

Outgoing correspondence, 1931 May-Dec.

Box 1, Folder 9

Outgoing correspondence, 1932

Box 1, Folder 10

Outgoing correspondence, 1933-34

Box 1, Folder 11

Outgoing correspondence, 1935

Box 1, Folder 12

Outgoing correspondence, 1936

Box 1, Folder 12

Outgoing correspondence, 1936

Box 2, Folder 13

Outgoing correspondence, 1937 Jan.-June

Box 2, Folder 14

Outgoing correspondence, 1937 July-Dec.

Box 2, Folder 15

Outgoing correspondence, 1938

Box 2, Folder 16

Outgoing correspondence, 1939 Jan.-May

Box 2, Folder 17

Outgoing correspondence, 1939 June-Dec.

Box 2, Folder 18

Outgoing correspondence, 1940

Box 2, Folder 19

Outgoing correspondence, 1941

Box 2, Folder 20

Outgoing correspondence, 1942

Box 2, Folder 21

Outgoing correspondence, 1943 Jan.-May

Box 2, Folder 22

Outgoing correspondence, 1943 June-Sept.

Box 2, Folder 23

Outgoing correspondence, 1943 Oct.-Dec.

Box 2, Folder 24.1

Outgoing correspondence, 1944 Jan.-Feb.

Box 2, Folder 24.2

Outgoing correspondence, 1944 March-Apr.

Box 2, Folder 25

Outgoing correspondence, 1944 May

Box 2, Folder 26

Outgoing correspondence, 1944 June-Sept.

Box 2, Folder 27

Outgoing correspondence, 1944 Oct.-Nov.

Box 2, Folder 28

Outgoing correspondence, 1944 Dec.

Box 2, Folder 29

Outgoing correspondence, 1945 Jan.-Feb.

Box 2, Folder 30

Outgoing correspondence, 1945 March-Apr.

Box 2, Folder 31

Outgoing correspondence, 1945 May

Box 2, Folder 32

Outgoing correspondence, 1945 June-Sept.

Box 2, Folder 33

Outgoing correspondence, 1945 Oct.

Box 2, Folder 34

Outgoing correspondence, 1945 Nov.-Dec.

Box 3, Folder 35.1

Outgoing correspondence, 1946 Jan. ; undated

Box 3, Folder 35.2

Outgoing correspondence, 1946 Jan.

Box 3, Folder 36

Outgoing correspondence, 1946 Feb.

Box 3, Folder 37

Outgoing correspondence, 1946 March

Box 3, Folder 38

Outgoing correspondence, 1946 April

Box 3, Folder 39

Outgoing correspondence, 1946 May

Box 3, Folder 40

Outgoing correspondence, 1946 June-July

Box 3, Folder 41

Outgoing correspondence, 1946 August-Sept.

Box 3, Folder 42

Outgoing correspondence, 1946 Oct.

Box 3, Folder 43

Outgoing correspondence, 1946 Nov.

Box 3, Folder 44

Outgoing correspondence, 1946 Dec.

Box 3, Folder 45

Outgoing correspondence, 1947 Jan.

Box 3, Folder 46

Outgoing correspondence, 1947 Feb.

Box 3, Folder 47

Outgoing correspondence, 1947 March 1-14

Box 3, Folder 48

Outgoing correspondence, 1947 March 15-31

Box 3, Folder 49

Outgoing correspondence, 1947 April 1-23

Box 3, Folder 50

Outgoing correspondence, 1947 April 24-30

Box 3, Folder 51

Outgoing correspondence, 1947 May 1-16

Box 3, Folder 52

Outgoing correspondence, 1947 May 17-31

Box 3, Folder 53

Outgoing correspondence, 1947 June 1-24

Box 3, Folder 54

Outgoing correspondence, 1947 June 25-30

Box 3, Folder 55

Outgoing correspondence, 1947 July

Box 3, Folder 56

Outgoing correspondence, 1947 August

Box 3, Folder 57

Outgoing correspondence, 1947 Sept.

Box 3, Folder 58

Outgoing correspondence, 1947 Oct. 1-12

Box 3, Folder 59

Outgoing correspondence, 1947 Oct. 13-31

Box 3, Folder 60

Outgoing correspondence, 1947 Nov. 1-10

Box 3, Folder 61

Outgoing correspondence, 1947 Nov. 11-30

Box 4, Folder 62

Outgoing correspondence, 1947 Dec. 1-15

Box 4, Folder 63

Outgoing correspondence, 1947 Dec. 16-31

Box 4, Folder 64

Outgoing correspondence, 1948 Jan.

Box 4, Folder 65

Outgoing correspondence, 1948 Feb.

Box 4, Folder 66

Outgoing correspondence, 1948 March 1-15

Box 4, Folder 67

Outgoing correspondence, 1948 March 16-31

Box 4, Folder 68

Outgoing correspondence, 1948 April

Box 4, Folder 69

Outgoing correspondence, 1948 May 1-15

Box 4, Folder 70

Outgoing correspondence, 1948 May 16-30

Box 4, Folder 71

Outgoing correspondence, 1948 June 1-15

Box 4, Folder 72

Outgoing correspondence, 1948 June 16-30

Box 4, Folder 73

Outgoing correspondence, 1948 July 1-15

Box 4, Folder 74

Outgoing correspondence, 1948 July 16-31

Box 4, Folder 75

Outgoing correspondence, 1948 August

Box 4, Folder 76

Outgoing correspondence, 1948 Sept.

Box 4, Folder 77

Outgoing correspondence, 1948 Oct.

Box 4, Folder 78

Outgoing correspondence, 1948 Nov.

Box 4, Folder 79

Outgoing correspondence, 1948 Dec.

Box 5, Folder 80

Outgoing correspondence, 1949 Jan.

Box 5, Folder 81

Outgoing correspondence, 1949 Feb.

Box 5, Folder 82

Outgoing correspondence, 1949 March

Box 5, Folder 83

Outgoing correspondence, 1949 April

Box 5, Folder 84

Outgoing correspondence, 1949 May

Box 5, Folder 85

Outgoing correspondence, 1949 June

Box 5, Folder 86

Outgoing correspondence, 1949 July-Aug.

Box 5, Folder 87

Outgoing correspondence, 1949 Sept.

Box 5, Folder 88

Outgoing correspondence, 1949 Oct.

Box 5, Folder 89

Outgoing correspondence, 1949 Nov.

Box 5, Folder 90

Outgoing correspondence, 1949 Dec.

Box 5, Folder 91

Outgoing correspondence, 1950 Jan.

Box 5, Folder 92

Outgoing correspondence, 1950 Feb.

Box 5, Folder 93

Outgoing correspondence, 1950 March-April

Box 5, Folder 94

Outgoing correspondence, 1950 May-June

Box 5, Folder 95

Outgoing correspondence, 1950 July-Aug.

Box 5, Folder 96

Outgoing correspondence, 1950 Sept. -Dec.

Box 5, Folder 97

Outgoing correspondence, 1951

Box 6, Folder 98

Outgoing correspondence, 1952 Jan.-June

Box 6, Folder 99

Outgoing correspondence, 1952 July-Dec.

Box 6, Folder 100

Outgoing correspondence, 1953 Jan.-March

Box 6, Folder 101

Outgoing correspondence, 1953 April-May

Box 6, Folder 102

Outgoing correspondence, 1953 June-Dec.

Box 6, Folder 103

Outgoing correspondence, 1954 Jan.-June

Box 6, Folder 104

Outgoing correspondence, 1954 July-Dec.

Box 6, Folder 105

Outgoing correspondence, 1955 Jan.-Feb.

Box 6, Folder 106

Outgoing correspondence, 1955 March-April

Box 6, Folder 107

Outgoing correspondence, 1955 May-Nov.

Box 6, Folder 108

Outgoing correspondence, Undated

 

Letters to BDV (incoming), Extensive cross-referencing for corporations, etc. Subseries 1.2

Arrangement note

arranged alphabetically by author and chronologically under each name.
Box 6, Folder 109

Ables, G. - Adams, R.G. (8/46-4/47)

Box 6, Folder 110

Adams, R.G. (5-8/47)

Box 6, Folder 111

Adams, R.G. (Sept. 1947)

Box 6, Folder 112

Adams, R.G. (Oct.-Dec. 1947)

Box 6, Folder 113

Adams, R.G. (Jan.-April 1948)

Box 6, Folder 114

Agar, H. - Ajee, J.

Box 6, Folder 115

Albert, A. - Aley, B.

Box 7, Folder 116

Am. Antiquarian Society - American Magazine

Box 7, Folder 117

American Mercury - Amory, C.

Box 7, Folder 118

Anders, H. - Anderson, S.

Box 7, Folder 118

Anders, H. - Anderson, S.

Box 7, Folder 119

Andrews, A. - Angostura

Box 7, Folder 120

Appar, E. - Armstrong, C.J. (1931)

Box 7, Folder 121

Armstrong, C.J. (1932)

Box 7, Folder 122

Arnold, T. - Atwell, H.

Box 7, Folder 123

Audubon - Aylewood, N.

Box 7, Folder 124

Bachrach, L. - Baker, R.

Box 7, Folder 125

Balch, E. (Aug. 1920 - June 1924)

Box 7, Folder 126

Balch, E. (July 1924 - May 1925)

Box 7, Folder 127

Baldwin, L. - Baldwin, S.

Box 7, Folder 128

Balmer, E. - Barr, S.

Box 7, Folder 129

Barrett, A. - Bayley, C.

Box 7, Folder 130

Beach, H. - Becker, N.J.

Box 7, Folder 131

Beebe, L.

Box 7, Folder 132

Beer, S. - Benton, E.

Box 7, Folder 133

Billinger, E. - Blair, W.

Box 7, Folder 134

Blake, F. - Blumenthal, J.

Box 7, Folder 135

Bobbs Merrill - Bovey, M.

Box 7, Folder 136

Bowen, C.D.

Box 7, Folder 137

Bowen, M. - Boynton, L.

Box 7, Folder 138

Bradley, S. - Branch, E.

Box 8, Folder 139

Brandt, C. (9-12/51)

Box 8, Folder 140

Brandt, C. (1-9/52)

Box 8, Folder 141

Brandt, C. (10-12/52)

Box 8, Folder 142

Brandt, C. (1-4/53)

Box 8, Folder 143

Brandt, C. (5-12/53)

Box 8, Folder 144

Brandt, C. (1-6/54)

Box 8, Folder 145

Brandt, C. (7-12/54)

Box 8, Folder 146

Brandt, C. (1-7/55)

Box 8, Folder 147

Brandt, C. (8-11/55)

Box 8, Folder 148

Brandt, E. - Breed, Mrs. N. (1942)

Box 8, Folder 149

Breed, Mrs. N. (1/43-11/44)

Box 8, Folder 150

Breed, Mrs. N. (1/45-4/46)

Box 8, Folder 151

Brentanos - Briddell, C.

Box 8, Folder 152

Briggs, L.B.R. (1/20-12/21)

Box 8, Folder 153

Briggs, L.B.R. (10-12/24)

Box 8, Folder 154

Briggs, L.B.R. (10/26 - 5/28)

Box 8, Folder 155

Brigham, C. - Brinton, C.

Box 8, Folder 156

Britannica - Brooks, Van Wyck

Box 8, Folder 157

Brower, D. - Brown Univ. Library

Box 8, Folder 158

Brownell, G.

Box 8, Folder 159

Browning, F. - Buker, M.

Box 8, Folder 160

Buley, R. (4-12/43)

Box 8, Folder 161

Buley, R. (2-12/44)

Box 8, Folder 162

Buley, R. (2/45-12/46)

Box 8, Folder 163

Bulkley, R. - Burruss, T.

Box 8, Folder 164

Burke, Harry R.

Box 8, Folder 165

Burt, [?] - Burt, S.

Box 9, Folder 166

Burton, N. - Butterfield, A.

Box 9, Folder 167

Butterfield, L. - Byrd, E.

Box 9, Folder 168

"ECC" - Callaway, L.

Box 9, Folder 169

Cambridge Univ. - Capstone

Box 9, Folder 170

Carhart, A. (1948 -

Scope and Contents note

see all material on conservation, 1940...)
Box 9, Folder 171

Carhart, A. (1949-55)

Box 9, Folder 172

Carlson, A. - Calton, B.

Box 9, Folder 173

Celler, E. - Chamberlain, J.

Box 9, Folder 173

Celler, E. - Chamberlain, J.

Box 9, Folder 174

Chamberlain, T.G. (1943 - Jan. 1944

Scope and Contents note

re Twain Estate; see also Breed Central Hanover Bank)
Box 9, Folder 174

Chamberlain, T.G. (1943 - Jan. 1944

Scope and Contents note

re Twain Estate; see also Breed Central Hanover Bank)
Box 9, Folder 175

Chamberlain, T.G. (2-5/44)

Box 9, Folder 175

Chamberlain, T.G. (2-5/44)

Box 9, Folder 176

Chamberlain, T.G. (7-12/44)

Box 9, Folder 176

Chamberlain, T.G. (7-12/44)

Box 9, Folder 177

Chamberlain, T.G. (1-5/45)

Box 9, Folder 177

Chamberlain, T.G. (1-5/45)

Box 9, Folder 178

Chamberlain, T.G. (6-12/45)

Box 9, Folder 178

Chamberlain, T.G. (6-12/45)

Box 9, Folder 179

Chamberlain, T.G. (1-4/46)

Box 9, Folder 179

Chamberlain, T.G. (1-4/46)

Box 9, Folder 180

Chamberlain, T.G. (4/46-5/48)

Box 9, Folder 180

Chamberlain, T.G. (4/46-5/48)

Box 9, Folder 181

Chamberlain, W. - Chaplean, E.

Box 9, Folder 181

Chamberlain, W. - Chaplean, E.

Box 9, Folder 182

Chapman, H. - Chapman, W.

Box 9, Folder 183

Charles St. Meeting House Soc. - Cheynoneth, B.

Box 9, Folder 184

Ciardi, J. - Civilian Defense

Box 9, Folder 185

Clapp, E. - Clough, W.

Box 9, Folder 186

Cobleutz, S. - Collier, N.

Box 9, Folder 187

Colliers - Colorado, Univ. of

Box 9, Folder 188

Colum, N. - Colwell, L.

Box 10, Folder 189

Commager, H. - Congress, Library of

Box 10, Folder 190

Conklin, G. - Cooke, A.

Box 10, Folder 191

Cooke, M. - Copeland, C.

Box 10, Folder 192

Corcorran Gallery - Coughlan, R.

Box 10, Folder 193

Consius, N. - Cox, S.

Box 10, Folder 194

Cragts, E. - Crown Publishers

Box 10, Folder 195

Cullev, T. - Curtis Brown

Box 10, Folder 196

Curtis, C. - Curtis, E.

Box 10, Folder 197

Curtis, F. (Mrs. C.) - Curtis, Thomas

Box 10, Folder 198

Fliss, D[?] - Davidson, J.

Box 10, Folder 199

Davis, E. (1934-39)

Box 10, Folder 200

Davis, E. (1940-42)

Box 10, Folder 201

Davis, E. (1943-47)

Box 10, Folder 202

Davis, E. (1948-50)

Box 10, Folder 203

Davis, E. (1951-55)

Box 10, Folder 204

Davis, H. - Dayton Public Library

Box 10, Folder 205

Deal, B. - DeVries, W.

Box 10, Folder 206

DeVoto, F. (1916, 1923-24)

Scope and Contents note

(BDV's father)
Box 10, Folder 207

DeVoto, F. (1926-27)

Scope and Contents note

DeVoto, L.
Box 10, Folder 208

Dewart, F. - Dilliard, L.

Box 10, Folder 209

Dobie, F. (10/46-6/47)

Scope and Contents note

(See also: History Book Club)
Box 10, Folder 210

Dobie, F. (7/47-7/48)

Box 11, Folder 211

Dock, W. - Douglas, E.

Box 11, Folder 212

Douglas, P. - Drury, N.

Box 11, Folder 213

Dugan, M. - Dystel, O.

Box 11, Folder 214

Eagin, F. - Edwards, M.

Box 11, Folder 215

Eggert, C. - Ely, N.

Box 11, Folder 216

Embree, E. - Eshelman, L.

Box 11, Folder 217

Esquire - Ewing, J.

Box 11, Folder 218

Fadiman, C. - Farrara, F.

Box 11, Folder 219

Farrel, J. - Ferguson, D.

Box 11, Folder 220

Ferril, T.

Box 11, Folder 221

Ferris, P. - Ferry, R.

Box 11, Folder 222

Fielack, S. - Fitzgerald, W.

Box 11, Folder 223

Flack, F. - Flynn, J. T.

Box 11, Folder 224

Foote, F. - Ford, W.

Box 11, Folder 225

Forest Preserve

Box 11, Folder 226

Forest Service, U.S. Dept. of Agric., Bureau of (1945-9)

Box 11, Folder 227

Forest Service (1950-55)

Box 11, Folder 228

Forester, M. - Fox, E.

Box 11, Folder 229

Franchot, S. - Frost, D.

Box 11, Folder 230

Frost, R.

Box 11, Folder 231

Frothingham, C. - Furth, A.

Box 12, Folder 232

"J.M.G." - Gabrilowitsch, C.

Box 12, Folder 233

Gaillard, W. - Garwin, M.

Box 12, Folder 234

Geddes, D. - Gjullin, H.

Box 12, Folder 235

Glasgow, E. - Gould, E.

Box 12, Folder 236

Graeber, I. - Grayson, C.

Box 12, Folder 237

Green, A. - Gregory, E.

Box 12, Folder 238

Griffith, D. - Guthrie, B.

Box 12, Folder 239

"A.D.H." - Haller, R.

Box 12, Folder 240

Halliday, R.

Box 12, Folder 241

Hapern, S. - Harper, J.

Box 12, Folder 242

Harper and Brothers (9/28-10/40)

Box 12, Folder 243

Harper and Brothers (4/41-2/44)

Box 12, Folder 244

Harper and Brothers (3/44-11/47)

Box 12, Folder 245

Harper and Brothers (3/48-9/55)

Box 12, Folder 246

Harper's Magazine (1931-42)

Box 12, Folder 247

Harper's Magazine (1944-47)

Box 12, Folder 248

Harper's Magazine (1948)

Box 12, Folder 249

Harper's Magazine (1949-50)

Box 12, Folder 250

Harper's Magazine (1951-55)

Box 12, Folder 251

Harris, B. - Hartwell, K.

Box 12, Folder 252

Harvard University

Box 13, Folder 253

Harvey, M. - Hazard, Mrs. F.

Box 13, Folder 254

Healy, A. - Henry, R.

Box 13, Folder 255

Heppler, J.

Box 13, Folder 256

Herbert, P. - Hill, R. Jr.

Box 13, Folder 257

History Book Club (R. Dovell) (2/46-1947)

Box 13, Folder 258

History Book Club (R. Dovell) (3-4/47)

Box 13, Folder 259

History Book Club (R. Dovell) (5-7/47)

Box 13, Folder 260

History Book Club (R. Dovell) (8-3/47)

Box 13, Folder 261

History Book Club (R. Dovell) (1948)

Box 13, Folder 262

Hitch, M. - Hohoff, T.

Box 13, Folder 263

Holbrook, S. (July 1943 - Feb. 1947)

Box 13, Folder 264

Holbrook, S. (3/47-2/53)

Box 13, Folder 265

Holden, J. - Homans, G.

Box 13, Folder 266

Hoober, M. - Hough, G.

Box 13, Folder 267

Houghton Mifflin (1931-47)

Box 13, Folder 268

Houghton Mifflin (1948)

Box 13, Folder 269

Houghton Mifflin (1949)

Box 13, Folder 270

Houghton Mifflin (1950-55)

Box 13, Folder 271

Howard, C. - Howard, J. (1946-47)

Box 13, Folder 272

Howard, J. (1948-1951)

Box 13, Folder 273

Howard, Josephine - Huntington, C.

Box 13, Folder 274

Huntington, F. - Huntington Library (Hayden)

Box 13, Folder 275

Hurlburt, B.

Box 13, Folder 276

Hurley, L. - Hutchinson, R.

Box 14, Folder 277

Hutchinson, W. (1946-54)

Box 14, Folder 278

Hutchinson, W. (Jan. 1955)

Box 14, Folder 279

Hutchinson, W. (8-3/55)

Box 14, Folder 280

Huxley, A. - Hyperion Press (Crane)

Box 14, Folder 281

Ickes, H. - Illinois State Hist. Society

Box 14, Folder 282

Iowa State Univ. - Izaak Walton League of America

Box 14, Folder 283

Jack, P. - Jastrow, J.

Box 14, Folder 284

Jenkins, B. - Johnson, H.

Box 14, Folder 285

Johnson, Joseph - Johnston, W.

Box 14, Folder 286

Jones, C. - Jarvis, Mrs. W.

Box 14, Folder 287

Kahler, H. - Kellock, K.

Box 14, Folder 288

Kellogg, M. - Kilham, W.

Box 14, Folder 289

King, G. (1916-19)

Box 14, Folder 290

King, G. (1920 - May 1921)

Box 14, Folder 291

King, G. (7/21 - 1925)

Box 14, Folder 292

King, G. (1928)

Box 14, Folder 293

King, G. (1929-30)

Box 14, Folder 294

King, H. - Knight, J.

Box 14, Folder 295

Knopf (1927-46)

Box 14, Folder 296

Knopf (1947-48)

Box 14, Folder 297

Knopf (1949-55)

Box 14, Folder 298

Knowles, B. - Kuberardt, P.

Box 14, Folder 299

Kubie, L. (1941-42)

Box 15, Folder 300

Kubie, L. (1945-47)

Box 15, Folder 301

Kubie, L. (1948)

Box 15, Folder 302

Kubie, L. (1949-55)

Box 15, Folder 303

LaBonte, P. - Larch, F.

Box 15, Folder 304

Lark, C. T. (Lit. exec. Twain estate) (1932-40)

Box 15, Folder 305

Lark, C. T. (Lit. exec. Twain estate) (1932-40)

Box 15, Folder 306

Lark, C. T. (Lit. exec. Twain estate) (1943)

Box 15, Folder 307

Larkin, C. - Lehnhart, E.

Box 15, Folder 308

Leigh, Inc. (1943-6/53)

Box 15, Folder 309

Leigh, Inc. (8/53-7/54)

Box 15, Folder 310

Leigh, Inc. (10/54-3/55)

Box 15, Folder 311

Leigh, Inc. (Contracts & Itineraries)

Box 15, Folder 312

Leisy, E. - Lewton, N.

Box 15, Folder 313

Liddell, P. - Little, D.

Box 15, Folder 314

Little Brown (1926-40)

Box 15, Folder 315

Little Brown (1942-48)

Box 15, Folder 316

Lively, M. - Lorimer, G.

Box 15, Folder 317

Loring, P. - Lupper, F.

Box 15, Folder 318

Luscomb, F. - Lyons, W.

Box 15, Folder 319

McArdle, R. - McCullough, W.

Box 15, Folder 320

McColloch, D. - McDowell, T.

Box 16, Folder 321

McElwain, A. - McKeehan, J.

Box 16, Folder 322

McKell, D. - McWilliams, C.

Box 16, Folder 323

MacLeish, A. - Macy, G.

Box 16, Folder 324

Macy, R. - Maloney, R.

Box 16, Folder 325

Manfred, F. - March, F.

Box 16, Folder 326

Marcus, S. - Matthiesson, F. O.

Box 16, Folder 327

Mattingly, G. (1927-37)

Box 16, Folder 328

Mattingly, G. (1938-42)

Box 16, Folder 329

Mattingly, G. (1944-46)

Box 16, Folder 330

Mattingly, G. (1947)

Box 16, Folder 331

Mattingly, G. (1948-49)

Box 16, Folder 332

Mattingly, G. (1950-51)

Box 16, Folder 333

Mattingly, G. (1952-53)

Box 16, Folder 334

Mattingly, G. (1954-55)

Box 16, Folder 335

Mattuck, R. - Mellit, H.

Box 16, Folder 336

Meine, F. (1929-39)

Box 16, Folder 337

Meine, F. (1941-45)

Box 16, Folder 338

Mencken, H. (1925-31)

Scope and Contents note

(see also: Am. Merc. Adv. Knopf)
Box 16, Folder 339

Mencken, H. (1934-45)

Box 16, Folder 340

Menefec, L. - Metcalf, E.

Box 16, Folder 341

Metcalf, L.

Box 16, Folder 342

Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer-Miller, George P.

Box 16, Folder 343

Miller, George W. - Minton Balch

Box 16, Folder 344

Mirrielees, E. (1933-34)

Box 16, Folder 345

Mirrielees, E. (1935-44)

Box 17, Folder 346

Mirrielees, E. (1946-49)

Box 17, Folder 347

Mirrielees, E. (1950-55)

Box 17, Folder 348

Mirrielees, L. - Mitchell, P.

Box 17, Folder 349

Mock, H. - Moody, C.

Box 17, Folder 350

Moody, P. - Mordell, A.

Box 17, Folder 351

Morgan, D. (1941-44)

Box 17, Folder 352

Morgan, D. (1945-54)

Box 17, Folder 353

Morgan, H. - Morrison, J.

Box 17, Folder 354

Morrison, T. (Bread Loaf) (see also: Harvard Phi Beta)

Box 17, Folder 355

Morrow, D. - Moyer, D.

Box 17, Folder 356

Mugridge, D. - Murdock, K.

Box 17, Folder 357

Murdock, L. - Myers, I.

Box 17, Folder 358

Nogel, C. - Natl. League of American Pen Women

Box 17, Folder 359

Natl. Parks Assn. - Natl. Park Service (1944-50)

Box 17, Folder 360

Natl. Park Service (1951-55)

Box 17, Folder 361

Natl. War College - Neuberger, R.

Box 17, Folder 362

[?] - Paramount

Box 17, Folder 363

Pargellis, S. - Pearson, C.

Box 17, Folder 364

Pearson, E. - Pendleton Chamber of Commerce

Box 17, Folder 365

Penfold, J. - Perkin, R.

Box 18, Folder 366

Perkins, A. - Peyton, R.

Box 18, Folder 367

Pfost, G. - Port Angeles "Evening News"

Box 18, Folder 368

Porter, Mr./Mrs. C. (1941-42)

Scope and Contents note

(see C. Curtis 12/6/44)
Box 18, Folder 369

Porter, C. (1944-45)

Box 18, Folder 370

Porter, C. (1947-55)

Box 18, Folder 371

Porter, E. - Pratt, C.

Box 18, Folder 372

Pratt, F.

Box 18, Folder 373

Pratt, H. - Quintana, R.

Box 18, Folder 374

R[?], Hank - Racca, V.

Box 18, Folder 375

Raffelock, D. - Raywood, T.

Box 18, Folder 376

Reader's Digest - Reid, G.

Box 18, Folder 377

Reid, K. - Reporter (Horton)

Box 18, Folder 378

Reves, E.

Box 18, Folder 379

Rex, B. - Reynolds, R.

Box 18, Folder 380

Rice, S. - Rivers of America (see: Allen Harvey)

Box 18, Folder 381

Roach, K. - Robertson, C.

Box 18, Folder 382

Robeson Gallery - Roth, C.

Box 18, Folder 383

Roth, R.

Box 18, Folder 384

Rourke, C.

Box 18, Folder 385

Roush, J. - Ryan, E.

Box 19, Folder 386

St. Louis "Post-Dispatch" Sass, H.

Box 19, Folder 387

Saturday Evening Post

Box 19, Folder 388

Saturday Review of Literature

Box 19, Folder 389

Sauers, C. - Sawyer, R.

Box 19, Folder 390

Saxon, L. - Schleef, V.

Box 19, Folder 391

Schlesinger, A. M. Jr.

Box 19, Folder 392

Schlesinger, A. M. Sr. - Scott, S.

Box 19, Folder 393

Scott, Walter D. - Scowcroft, R.

Box 19, Folder 394

Searles, A. - Shively, G.

Box 19, Folder 395

Shoben, E. - Sions, H.

Box 19, Folder 396

Slade, F. - Sly, J.

Box 19, Folder 397

Smart, C. - Smith, Marion

Box 19, Folder 398

Smith, Melville - Snyder, R.

Box 19, Folder 399

Soc. for the Prevention of Progress - Souvaine, M.

Box 19, Folder 400

Sparks, E. - Sproule, R.

Box 19, Folder 401

Stafford, M. - Stevens, G.

Box 20, Folder 402

Stevenson, A.

Box 20, Folder 403

Stewart, G. - Stout, G.

Box 20, Folder 404

Stout, R. - Sturgis, S.

Box 20, Folder 405

Sullivan, F. - Sykes, H.

Box 20, Folder 406

Tafley, R. - Taylor, Frank

Box 20, Folder 407

Taylor, George - Taylor, W.

Box 20, Folder 408

Technocracy Inc. - Thwing, C.

Box 20, Folder 409

Tolley, W. - Tyler, E.

Box 20, Folder 410

Uhler, J. - Untermeyer, L.

Box 20, Folder 411

Van de Mark, O. - Vars, E.

Box 20, Folder 412

Velie, L. - Vitamin Quota

Box 20, Folder 413

Vogt, W. - Voorhees, I.

Box 20, Folder 414

W.L.S. - Waldron, W.

Box 20, Folder 415

Waldrop, A. - Wagner, W.

Box 20, Folder 416

War Dept. - Washburn, O.

Box 20, Folder 417

Washington, Univ. of - Webster, S.

Box 20, Folder 418

Wector, D. (1941-9/1946)

Box 20, Folder 419

Wector, D. (10/46-1950)

Box 20, Folder 420

Weed, E. - Westerling, F.

Box 20, Folder 421

Western Humanities Review - Whistler, T.

Box 21, Folder 422

White, C.C. - White, S.

Box 21, Folder 423

Whiting, E. - Wildlife Mgmt. Inst.

Box 21, Folder 424

Wilgus, W. - Williams, W.

Box 21, Folder 425

Williamson, C. - Wilson, W.

Box 21, Folder 426

Wilstach, J. - Withers, R.

Box 21, Folder 427

Wolfe, F. - Woman's Day (Souvaine, Wheeler, McCaughey)

Box 21, Folder 428

Wood, A. - Wood, T.

Box 21, Folder 429

Woodbury, C. - Worthington, C.

Box 21, Folder 430

Wray, J. - Writers' War Board

Box 21, Folder 431

Wachinich, G. - Wyoming Wood Growers' Assn.

Box 21, Folder 432

Yale Univ. Press - Zoss, B.

Box 21, Folder 433

Miscellaneous. (1919-34)

Scope and Contents note

Names unknown.
Box 21, Folder 434

Miscellaneous. (1935-49)

Scope and Contents note

Names unknown.
Box 21, Folder 435

Miscellaneous. (1950-55)

Scope and Contents note

Names unknown.
Box 21, Folder 436

Miscellaneous. (N.D.)

Scope and Contents note

Names unknown.
Box 21, Folder 437

Letters about BDV (to B.S. Hurlburt)

Box 21, Folder 438

Letters about BDV Army Enlistment, WW I.

Box 21, Folder 439

Letters about BDV Harper's 1-3/1955.

Box 21, Folder 440

Letters about BDV Harper's 4-6/1955.

Box 21, Folder 441

Letters about BDV Harper's 7-10/1955.

Box 21, Folder 442

Letters about BDV Harper's 11/55-3/56.

Box 21, Folder 443

Letters about BDV Miscellaneous.

 

Other: Letters about Bernard De Voto's articles sent by Harper's to his widow Subseries 1.3

Arrangement note

letters of condolence arranged alphabetically; letters of Mrs. DeVoto arranged chronologically.
Box 22, Folder 444

A

Box 22, Folder 445

B

Box 22, Folder 446

C

Box 22, Folder 447

D

Box 22, Folder 448

E-F

Box 22, Folder 449

G

Box 22, Folder 450

H

Box 22, Folder 451

J

Box 22, Folder 452

K

Box 22, Folder 453

L

Box 22, Folder 454

Mc

Box 22, Folder 455

M

Box 22, Folder 456

N-O

Box 22, Folder 457

P

Box 22, Folder 458

R

Box 22, Folder 459

Sa-Sl

Box 22, Folder 460

Sm-Su

Box 22, Folder 461

T-V

Box 22, Folder 462

W-Z

Box 22, Folder 463

Unidentified

Box 22, Folder 464

Unidentified

Box 22, Folder 465

Avis DeVoto Correspondence

 

Biographical materials Series 2

Box 22, Folder 466

Genealogies - Family history

Physical Description: Do not photocopy This folder
Box 22, Folder 467

Kent Potter Story

Box 23, Folder 468

Kent Potter Story

Box 23, Folder 469

Kent Hagler - Misc.

Box 23, Folder 470

Kent Hagler Letters

Box 23, Folder 471

Samuel Dye journal (Mormon grandfather)

Box 23, Folder 472

Journals

Box 24, Folder 473

Bucolics of Decadence (biography for Kate Sterne)

Box 24, Folder 474

Contract re T.V. etc. between BDV, ADV and son

Box 24, Folder 475.1

BDV bibliography

Box 24, Folder 475.2

Holy Cross "Courier" May 1931

Scope and Contents note

re Rose DeVoto Coffman
Box 24, Folder 475.3

Bibliography by J. P. Barclay and E. H. Parnie

 

Books Series 3

Box 25, Folder 475

Across the Wide Missouri

Physical Description: (Manuscript)
Box 25, Folder 475

Across the Wide Missouri

Physical Description: (Typescript)
Box 26, Folder 475

Across the Wide Missouri

Physical Description: (Typescript and Final)
Box 27, Folder 475

Across the Wide Missouri

Physical Description: (Final Typescript)
Box 27, Folder 47677

Across the Wide Missouri

Physical Description: (Miller Notebook)
Box 28, Folder 477

Advance Agent

Physical Description: (Typescript I)
Box 28, Folder 477

Advance Agent

Physical Description: (Typescript II)
Box 29, Folder 477

Chariot of Fire (Burning Bush)

Physical Description: (Ms.; Ts + carbon)
Box 29, Folder 47880

Cock Crow (unpubl.) ("The Winged Man" pp. 1-174)

Box 30, Folder 480

The Course of Empire

Physical Description: (Manuscript)
Box 30, Folder 48182

The Course of Empire

Physical Description: (Typescript 1-2)
Box 31, Folder 48399

The Course of Empire

Physical Description: (Typescript 3-4)
Box 32, Folder 50012

The Course of Empire

Physical Description: (Typescripts)
Box 33, Folder 51335

The Course of Empire

Physical Description: (Typescripts)
Box 34, Folder 53644

The Course of Empire

Physical Description: (Typescript; Galleys)
Box 35, Folder 54569

The Course of Empire

Physical Description: (Galley -notes; unbound book; notes)
Box 36, Folder 583

The Hour

Physical Description: (Typescript)
Box 36, Folder 57082

The Easy Chair

Physical Description: (Typescript + carbon)
Box 37, Folder 589

The Third Generation

Physical Description: (TMs [UNK])
Box 37, Folder 5834

The House of Sun-Goes-Down

Physical Description: (Partial Ms.)
Box 37, Folder 58589

The Third Generation

Physical Description: (Ms. partial; 2 Tss.)
Box 38, Folder 59097

The Journals of Lewis and Clark

Physical Description: (Ms.+Tss.)
Box 39, Folder 598615

The Journals of Lewis and Clark

Physical Description: (Typescript)
Box 40, Folder 61620

Mark Twain's America

Physical Description: (Galleys)
Box 40, Folder 61620

The Journals of Lewis and Clark

Physical Description: (Typescript)
Box 40, Folder 62126

Mark Twain's America

Physical Description: (Partial Ms.; Ts.)
Box 41, Folder 62729

Mark Twain's America

Physical Description: (Warner Bros. scenario; Ts.)
Box 41, Folder 63035

Mountain Time

Physical Description: (2 Typescripts)
Box 42, Folder 63645

Mountain Time

Physical Description: (Prologue; Ms. 1+2)
Box 43, Folder 64659

Mountain Time

Physical Description: (Pre-Collier's Ts; Collier's Ts.; Final Carbon)
Box 44, Folder 66066

Mountain Time

Physical Description: (Typescript)
Box 44, Folder 66773

We Accept With Pleasure

Physical Description: (Manuscript)
Box 44, Folder 67480

The World of Fiction

Physical Description: (Typescripts 1+2)
Box 45, Folder 68184

The World of Fiction

Physical Description: (Typescript 3)
Box 45, Folder 68598

The Year of Decision: 1846

Physical Description: (Ms.; Ts. 1-6)
Box 46, Folder 699704

The Year of Decision: 1846

Physical Description: (Typescript 7-17)
Box 46, Folder 699704

The Year of Decision: 1846

Physical Description: (Typescript 7-17)
Box 47, Folder 70521

The Year of Decision: 1846 (Atlantic Monthly)

Box 82, Folder 182

The works of Bernard De Voto : galleys

 

Articles, Reviews, Speeches, Etc. Series 4

 

Articles (Conservation) Subseries 4.1

Arrangement note

Arranged alphabetically by titles, or suggested titles within an alphabetical subject arrangement. Speeches arranged chronologically. Lecture notes.
Box 47, Folder 1

Speech on D'Ewart Bill - 1953.

Physical Description: (1st p. missing)
Box 47, Folder 2

Speech - Denver Conservation Conference, 9/27/48.

Box 47, Folder 3

"Shall We Let Them Ruin Our National Parks?" Post, 7/22/50.

Physical Description: Untitled MS.
Box 47, Folder 4

"Firefighting by the Book" and "Jack of 465 Trades". Publ. unidentified - two titles of same article.

Box 47, Folder 5

"The Smoke Jumpers" Harper's, 11/51.

Physical Description: Untitled MS.
Box 47, Folder 6

Speech - New Mexico, 1954.

Box 47, Folder 7

Hail Columbia by G. Sundburg (review). NYHT, 6/27/54.

Box 47, Folder 8

"Horse Opera in Modern Dress." Publ. unidentified.

Box 47, Folder 9

"Kiwanis Saves a Watershed". (DeVoto says he wrote this for Look, 1948.)Publ. unidentified.

Box 47, Folder 10

On National Parks. Fortune, 6/47.

Box 47, Folder 11

Proposals for articles on White Mtn. Natl. Forest N.H. and on two forest fires.

Box 47, Folder 12

Public Lands and Senate Bill 1149.

Scope and Contents note

(Probably a letter to a Congressman, 1953?).
Box 47, Folder 13

"The Range War, 1951."

Physical Description: Publ. unidentified.
Box 47, Folder 14

"Turning Back the Desert Threat."U. of Colorado Bulletin, 7/48.

Box 47, Folder 15

"Uncle Sam's Campgrounds" Ford Times, 6/56.

Box 47, Folder 16

"U.S. Forest Service" Holiday, 8/56.

Box 47, Folder 17

Easy Chair, Harper's 1/48

Scope and Contents note

on the Western Land Grab.
 

Articles (Historical) Subseries 4.2

Box 48, Folder 1

The Age of Jackson by A.M. Schlesinger, Jr. (Review) "When Social History Becomes Literature." SRL, 9/16/45.

Box 48, Folder 2

The American People by Gorer (Review) "More Americans Than Not" NYHT Books, 3/28/48

Box 48, Folder 3

The Mystery of "A Public Man" by Frank Maloy Anderson (Review) Publ. unidentified

Box 48, Folder 4

The Diary of a Public Man by Bullard Harper's, Easy Chair, 5/45

Box 48, Folder 5

"Geopolitics with Dew on It" Harper's, 3/44

Box 48, Folder 6

"The Historian on Tour" W-Day, 6/47

Box 48, Folder 7

History books of 1947 Untitled Publ. unidentified

Box 48, Folder 8

Indiana Home by Dr. Logan Esaroy (Review) American in Books 6/47

Box 48, Folder 9

"This Nettle, Danger" "We Grew Up with Danger" W-Day, 7/50

Box 48, Folder 10

The Parkman Reader, edited by Samuel E. Morison (Review)NEQ, 6/55

Box 48, Folder 11

Pursuit of the Horizon by Lord Haberly (Review) "Egnimatic Friend of the Indians", NYHT Books, 12/29/48

Box 48, Folder 12

"The USA" International House Quarterly, 4/4/49

Box 48, Folder 13

"Westward the Course of Empire" Publ. unidentified

Box 48, Folder 14

"James P. Beckwitn" Hdwrth Publ. Unid. 1927

Physical Description: MS
Box 48, Folder 15

"Disaster Long Ago" W-Day, 2/54

Box 48, Folder 16

"Far Western Trails" Purchased by The Lamp, 1955

Box 48, Folder 17

"Frontier Family Medicine" Publ. unidentified

Box 48, Folder 18

"The Indian All Around Us" Reader's Digest, 4/53

Box 48, Folder 19

"An Inference Regarding the Expedition of Lewis And Clarke" Proc. of the Am. Phil. Society, 8/30/55

Box 48, Folder 20

Lewis and Clark: Partners in Discovery by John Bakeless (Review) "Explorers Who Brought in the Northwest" NYHT Books, 12/21/47

Box 48, Folder 21

"The Louisiana Purchase" Colliers, March 21, 1953

Box 48, Folder 22

A Mormon Frontier by N. Anderson (Review) Publication unidentified

Box 48, Folder 23

"Oxtean West by Air" Also called "South Pass by Air" Harper's EC July, 1950

Box 48, Folder 24

"The Trail of Lewis and Clark" Publ. unidentified

Box 48, Folder 25

"Canoes and Voyageurs" Entitled "The White Water Riverman" Holiday, October, 1954

Box 48, Folder 26

"Bread Loaf, Vermont" Ford Times, May, 1956

Box 48, Folder 27

"The Champlain Corridor" New title "Playtime Paradise" W-Day, Aug., 1953

Box 48, Folder 28

"Our Longest War" Ford Times, Feb., 1959

Box 48, Folder 29

"Hell's Half Acre, Mass" Harper's, Easy Chair, August, 1955

Box 48, Folder 30

"Home Thoughts from Vermont" The Pan, March, 1939

Box 48, Folder 31

"New England" (Early title "Yankee Republic") Holiday, July, 1955

Box 48, Folder 32

"Plymouth Cemetery" New title "Coolidge's Grave in Plymouth Cemetery" New England Journeys #4, 1956

Box 48, Folder 33

"Yankee Reserve" Harper's, Easy Chair, August, 1954

Box 48, Folder 34

Civil War and Lincoln the President by J.G. Randall , Harper's, Easy Chair February, 1946 and March, 1946

Box 48, Folder 35

Part II of Review of J.G. Randall, Lincoln the President, Easy Chair March, 1946

Box 48, Folder 36

Grant and His Captains by C.E. Macartney (Report) Publication undetermined

Box 48, Folder 37

Lee's Lieutenants by D.S. Freeman (Review)

Scope and Contents note

Vol.I -SRL -10/24/42 -- Vol.II -SRL -3/24/43
Box 48, Folder 38

Lincoln Finds a General by K. Williams (Review) "Masterly Report on Civil War Generalship" NYHT Books, Nov., 2, 1952

Box 48, Folder 39

"Who Has Slighted the South?" New title "That Southern Inferiority Complex" Post, Nov. 16, 1954

Box 48, Folder 40

Essay Letter to A.M. Schlesinger on western books

Box 48, Folder 40

The Centennial of [unknown]

Box 48, Folder 41

"Dearborn" Ford Times, July, 1953

Box 48, Folder 42

"The Future of the West" Publication unidentified

Box 48, Folder 43

"High Country" W-Day, May, 1952

Box 48, Folder 44

"Hurried Crossing" W-Day, May, 1952

Box 48, Folder 45

"The Intermountain West" Publication unidentified

Box 48, Folder 46

"The Egypt of the West" Harper's, Easy Chair, June, 1943

Box 48, Folder 47

"Ogden" New title "A Good Place to Grow In" Lincoln-Mercury Times March-April, 1956

Box 48, Folder 48

"Ore for the Rouge" Lincoln-Mercury Times, May-June, 1953

Box 48, Folder 49

Notes for unknown [unknown]

Box 48, Folder 49

"Remember about the West" Publication unidentified

Box 48, Folder 50

"Traveling the Louisiana Purchase" Titled "Louisiana Purchase" Collier's, March, 1953

Box 48, Folder 51

"Utah" American Mercury, March, 1926

Physical Description: (This is galley, not typescript)
Box 48, Folder 52

"The Wasatch" New title "Let Me Tell You about the Wasatch" Lincoln-Mercury Times, July-August, 1956

Box 48, Folder 53

"The Wild West" Holiday, July, 1954

 

Articles, Literary Subseries 4.3

Box 49, Folder 1

The Air-Conditioned Nightmare by Henry Miller (Review) NYT Books, Jan., 27, 1946

Box 49, Folder 2

Attitudes of contemporary writers, entitled "Time Without a Theme" SRL, August, 1949

Box 49, Folder 3

"Birth of an Art" Harper's, Easy Chair Dec. 1955

Box 49, Folder 4

"The Constant Function" Harper's, Easy Chair Oct. 1950

Box 49, Folder 5

"A Demurrer" Middlebury College News letter March 1938

Box 49, Folder 6

"Emily Dickenson" Harper's, Easy Chair, June 1945

Box 49, Folder 7

"The Fallacy of Excess Interpretation"

Scope and Contents note

Not this article but 4 pp notes about
Box 49, Folder 8

Two drafts of an article on fiction unfinished, with note from ADV

Box 49, Folder 9

On the Historical Novel, untitled, unidentified

Box 49, Folder 10

"Homicide in the Home," W-Day, July 1953

Box 49, Folder 11

Introduction toThe One-Eyed Poacher in the Maine Woods by Edmund Ware Smith, N.Y., 1955

Box 49, Folder 12

Untitled Easy Chair Nov. 1955

Box 49, Folder 13

Mark Twain Books--3 reviews

Scope and Contents note

1. Mark Twain's Notebook by Albert Bigelow Paine -- Mark Twain: The Man and his Work by Edward Wagenknecht, New England Quarterly, June, 1936 -- 2. Mark Twain:Representation Selections / Ed. by Fred Pattes, New England Quarterly, Sept, 1935 -- 3. A Mark Twain Dictionary / Ed. by Caroline Thomas Harnsberger, Publication unidentified
Box 49, Folder 14

Melville, untitled, Publication unidentified

Box 49, Folder 15

Mountain Time Radio [UNK]

Box 49, Folder 16

A note on Hamlet written for This Week

Box 49, Folder 17

The Naked and the Dead by Norman Mailer

Scope and Contents note

Pre-publication review
Box 49, Folder 18

"The Novelist of the Cattle Kingdom," introduction to "The Hired Man on Horseback," by Gene Rhodes

Box 49, Folder 19

Notes on Ethan Frome, Edith Wharton. -- Publication unidentified

Box 49, Folder 20

On a Note of Triumph / Norman Corwin, radio program -- Harper's, E.C., July, 1945

Box 49, Folder 21

The people, Yes / by Carl Sandburg, review. -- Publication unidentified

Box 49, Folder 22

"Pocket Guide to Horse Opera,"W-Day, July, 1951

Box 49, Folder 23

Letter to Hans Zinsser on Taste and Fiction

Box 49, Folder 24

"Three Novels of 1939,"The Atlantic, Jan, 1940

Box 49, Folder 25

"The Present Status of American Fiction." -- Publication unidentified

Box 49, Folder 26

The Watchful Gods and Other Stories, by Walter van Tilburg Clark, reviewed from galleys, publication unidentified

Box 49, Folder 27

We Accept with Pleasure, letter of explanation unidentified

Box 49, Folder 28

We Happy Few, by Helen Howe, review, NYHT Books title "When the Goths Took Harvard," June 30, 1946

Box 49, Folder 29

Western Star, by Stephen Vincent Benet, title "Seed Time of the New World," NYT Books, June 27, 1943

Box 49, Folder 30

Hanna, Crane and the Mauve Decade, by Thomas Beer, review, NYHT Books, August 24, 1941

 

Political Articles Subseries 4.4

Box 49, Folder 1

"The Ex-Communists," Atlantic, Feb., 1951

Box 49, Folder 2

"The Engulfed Cathedral,"Harper's, Easy Chair, Mar., 1940

Box 49, Folder 3

"Mathiessen and the Progressive Party": letter to theHerald, April 4, 1950

Box 49, Folder 4

"The SAC Beneath the Fangs," proposed Easy Chair on McCarthy, unpublished

Box 49, Folder 5

Strange Fruit case

Scope and Contents note

A. Typescript, 3 copies -- B. "Fiction is Vicious", 3 copies -- C. Mss of work on the Strange Fruit case -- D. Five typescript notes and reviews and brief
Box 49, Folder 6

"The South,"Harper's Easy Chair, November, 1944

Box 49, Folder 7

"University of Texas,"Harper's Easy Chair, Aug, 1945

Box 49, Folder 8

"Castle Adamant,"Harper's, Jan, 1927

Box 49, Folder 9

"A Lecture to a Woman's Club,"Harper's, Easy Chair, Feb., 1942

Box 49, Folder 10

Commencement address at Goddard College, 1954

Box 49, Folder 11

"I Can't Quite Hear You," article in answer to Dr. Brandt, Harper's, March, 1946

Scope and Contents note

publication unidentified
 

Articles, General Subseries 4.5

Box 50, Folder 1

"The American Highway," entitled "The American Road,"Freedom of the Road, 1956

Box 50, Folder 2

"Early Highways of the East," entitled "Roads of the Past"The Lamp, 1956

Box 50, Folder 3

"Esso Touring Aids Program," publication unidentified

Box 50, Folder 4

"Flats Fixed at Mel's Bar-B-Q," publication unidentified

Box 50, Folder 5

"Marco Polo's Ford,"W-Day, May, 1947

Box 50, Folder 6

"Men, Women and Eight Cylinders,"W-Day, Feb. 1951

Box 50, Folder 7

"Night Crossing,"W-Day, Aug. 1947

Box 50, Folder 8

"The Protocol of Touring," purchased by The Lamp

Box 50, Folder 9

"The Railroads Lose $400," publication unidentified

Box 50, Folder 10

"Roadside Meeting," W-Day, July, 1947

Box 50, Folder 11

"Transcontinental Flight,"Harper's," Easy Chair, July, 1942

Box 50, Folder 12

"Two Days in Washington," W-Day, March, 1956

Box 50, Folder 13

"Commencement Address,"Harper's, Easy Chair, July, 1942

Box 50, Folder 14

"Lost Generation,"Harper's, Easy Chair, April, 1944

Box 50, Folder 15

"Dead Center,"Harper's, Easy Chair, October, 1942

Box 50, Folder 16

"Either--Or,"Harper's, Easy Chair, August, 1941

Box 50, Folder 17

"Religious Intolerance,"Harper's, Easy Chair, August, 1944

Box 50, Folder 18

"War is the Life I Live,"W-Day, December, 1942

Box 50, Folder 19

Washington in War Time (untitled),Harper's, Easy Chair, December, 1943

Box 50, Folder 20

"The Watchers on the Walls,"W-Day, June, 1951

Box 50, Folder 21

"What to Tell the Young,"Harper's," Easy Chair, May, 1941

Box 50, Folder 22

"Women in the Military Services,"W-Day, June 1952

Box 50, Folder 23

End of World War II, (untitled),Harper's, Easy Chair, October 1945

Box 50, Folder 24

"Fair Weather Children," sold toW-Day, unpublished

Box 50, Folder 26

"Topic One,"W-Day, May 1953

Box 50, Folder 27

"What to Tell the Child"

Box 50, Folder 28

"The Women," Women and their roles, sold to W-Day,

Scope and Contents note

unpublished
Box 50, Folder 29

On anti-vivesectionists, Easy Chair, June 1946

Box 50, Folder 30

"Beating the Bali Hai Racket" (Easy Chair) Jan. 1956

Box 50, Folder 31

About Bud Guthrie

Box 50, Folder 32

"Ce qu'il fait connaitre des cocktails Pour les hostesses"

Box 50, Folder 32

"Listen Sister" by Farley Blake,Atlantic, July 1957

Box 50, Folder 33

State of Union Easy Chair September 1945

Box 50, Folder 34

After ten years in the chair Easy Chair, November, 1945

Box 50, Folder 35

Fishing

Box 50, Folder 36

"Heavy, Heavy, What Hangs Over?"Holiday, Mar. 1956

Box 50, Folder 37

"The Martini Unadorned," entitled "What Makes a Real Martini," inTrue, February 1954

Box 50, Folder 38

"The Old Home We Never Wanted" "Gone Are the Days" W-Day, October 1956

Scope and Contents note

(American Culture)
Box 50, Folder 39

A salute to the Lewiston Morning Tribune

Box 50, Folder 40

"Spread of an Infection" (Public Health Survey) (Easy Chair), August 1955

Box 50, Folder 41

"The Point of a Needle,"Fortune, April 1957

Scope and Contents note

(Business, advertising, etc)
Box 50, Folder 41

"Why Professors are Suspicious of Business"

Box 50, Folder 42

"You Too Can Talk to Geniuses,"W-Day, July 1951

Scope and Contents note

Published as "Anyone Can Talk to a Genius"
Box 50, Folder 43

Easy Chair "Victory at Sea," June 1954

Box 50, Folder 44

"The Century,"Harper's, Oct. 1950

Scope and Contents note

About America to 1950
Box 50, Folder 45

Review of The Eyes of Discovery, by John Blakeless, 1950

Scope and Contents note

NYHT Books, November 26, 1950
Box 50, Folder 46

"The Lineage of Eustace Tilley,"Saturday Review of Literature, September 25, 1937

 

Literature Subseries 4.6

Box 51, Folder 1

no title, p.117

Box 51, Folder 1

no title, pt.1 p.101

Box 51, Folder 1

"The Mormons", p.1

Box 51, Folder 1

"The River and the Idol", p.59

Box 51, Folder 2

Article, ca. 1919

Box 51, Folder 3

1913: The Reasonableness of World Wide Conciliation

Box 51, Folder 4

Notes for story?

Box 51, Folder 5

Essays

Scope and Contents note

"What Kind of Revolution"--"Thinking About America"--"Touring New England"--Ogden and its background (no name)-- story fragment-- "Mark Twain: The Link of History"--"Mark Twain: And the Limits of Criticism"
Box 51, Folder 6

College poems,

Physical Description: 2 copies
Box 51, Folder 7

Literature in the American Experiment, April 1920

Scope and Contents note

Henry Adams' Dynamic Theory of History, May 1920
Box 51, Folder 8

Literary Sketches, 1919

Scope and Contents note

Preface--Resurreximus--Martin Would A Fishing Go--Up from the Oyster--Sunbeams from Cucumbers--Between Quintana and The Deep Blue Sea--A Stranger Comes to the Well--There Was a Man--The Burning Bush--Suggestions to Mr. Lincoln--Chataugua and the Desert Stars--Arise, Be of Good Cheer--"La-Plata Mines to be Reppened"--The Home Town Newspaper--Misericordia--A Bus Les Rollos--A Defect of Me Slingerland's Quality--Chapter One, "In the Valley"--for a novel -- A Begger at the Gate -- While the Philistine Jostle -- An Undergraduate in Education -- A Most Useful Engine for Catching Owls -- Bowing--And the Dodging Turnips -- Untitled--about George Washington
 

Fiction Subseries 4.7

Box 51.1, Folder 1

"Artist in the Kitchen," entitled "My Wife is Many Cooks," Cady Hewes, April 1954

Box 51.1, Folder 2

"The Baron's Right," John August, Publication unidentified

Box 51.1, Folder 3

"The Bulfinch House," John August,Harper's, July 1934

Box 51.1, Folder 4

"An Hour on Sunday," entitled "A Date for Thursday," John August,Colliers, June 12, 1937

Box 51.1, Folder 5

"The Impatient Patient," Cady Howes,W-Day, Mar. 1954

Box 51.1, Folder 6

"J-Herrod," publication unidentified (not located)

Box 51.1, Folder 7

"The Trick," entitled "The Hidden," by Frank Gilbert,Esquire, July 1954

Box 51.1, Folder 8

"Over the Mountain," John August, Publication unidentified

Box 51.1, Folder 9

"The Precarious Attitudes of Robeson Ballon," John August,Post, July 26, 1930

Box 51.1, Folder 10

"Sex and the Co-ed," John August, purchased by American Mercury, 1927

Box 51.1, Folder 11

"Sleeping Dogs," John August,Post Nov. 19, 1927

Box 51.2, Folder 12

"Suspicion of Violence," John August, publication unidentified

Box 51.2, Folder 13

Seven Short Story Fragments (A to G)

 

Speeches Subseries 4.8

Box 52.1, Folder 1

New York Times Book Fair, 1937

Box 52.1, Folder 1

New York Times Book Fair, 1937

Box 52.1, Folder 2

World of Tomorrow, 1939

Box 52.1, Folder 3

3 From 1942 on the War

Box 52.1, Folder 4

Democratic Campaign Speech

Box 52.1, Folder 5

2 Speeches, 1944-45

Box 52.1, Folder 6

Commencement Address, Colorado University, 1948

Box 52.2, Folder 7

Living America Series--U.S.A., 1949

Scope and Contents note

(See also Container 48, no. 12, for printed version)
Box 52.2, Folder 8

Stevenson speeches, texts and notes

Box 52.2, Folder 9

"Literature and the American Historian"

Box 52.2, Folder 10

"Of Men and Books"

Box 52.2, Folder 11

"Censorship in Massachusetts"

Box 52.2, Folder 12

Announcements of Speeches

Box 53, Folder 1

American Fiction

Box 53, Folder 2

Censorship

Box 53, Folder 3

"Democratic Vistas"

Box 53, Folder 4

Emerson--Easy Chair

Box 53, Folder 5

Freedom

Box 53, Folder 6

"German Offensive Psychological Warfare"

Box 53, Folder 7

History

Box 53, Folder 8

Indians

Box 53, Folder 9

"Leaves from a Library Table"

Box 53, Folder 10

Novels

Box 53, Folder 11

Public Domain and Conservation

Box 53, Folder 12

"Some American Symbols"

Box 53, Folder 13

Twain

Box 53, Folder 14

Mark Twain and The White Whale

Box 53, Folder 15

Uncle Remus

Box 53, Folder 16

U.S.A

Box 53, Folder 17

Safeguarding our National Wealth

Box 53, Folder 18

The Easy Chair--Final

Scope and Contents note

a. Accuracy--an Electronic Miracle -- b. Looking Glass Law--America
Box 53, Folder 19

Parkman

 

Broadcasts, Lectures and Films Subseries 4.9

Box 52, Folder 1

3 lectures broadcast on historical fiction: I. "A Problem: The Civil War," 1937

Box 52, Folder 1

3 lectures broadcast on historical fiction: I. "A Problem: The Civil War," 1937

Box 52, Folder 2

3 lectures broadcast on historical fiction: II. "The Attitudes of Fiction," 1937

Box 52, Folder 3

3 lectures broadcast on historical fiction: III. "The Materials of History," 1937

Box 52, Folder 4

Radio Program about BDV's Year of Decision: 1846, 1943

Box 52, Folder 5

NY Philharmonic Intermission features, CBS, 1944

Box 52, Folder 6

Invitation to Learning, CBS, June 4, 1944

Box 52, Folder 7

Invitation to Learning, CBS, August 5, 1945

Box 52, Folder 8

Herald Tribune Forum, 1948

Scope and Contents note

Conservation "Our Imperiled Resources"
Box 52, Folder 9

TV, "Mesa Verde, "Adventure, November 13, 1955

Box 52, Folder 10

"The People's Heritage," TV films

Box 52, Folder 11

Harvard Phi Beta Kappa Address, "The Waste Land and the Irresponsibles"

Box 52, Folder 12

Lecture Notes on Writing

 

Lecture notes Subseries 4.10

Box 53, Folder 1

American Fiction

Box 53, Folder 2

Censorship

Box 53, Folder 3

Democratic Vistas

Box 53, Folder 4

Emerson--Easy Chair

Box 53, Folder 5

Freedom

Box 53, Folder 6

German Offensive Psychological Warfare

Box 53, Folder 7

History

Box 53, Folder 8

Indians

Box 53, Folder 9

Leaves from a Library Table

Box 53, Folder 10

Novels

Box 53, Folder 11

Public Domain and Conservation

Box 53, Folder 12

Some American Symbols

Box 53, Folder 13

Twain

Box 53, Folder 14

Mark Twain and The White Whale

Box 53, Folder 15

Uncle Remus

Box 53, Folder 16

U.S.A.

Box 53, Folder 17

Safeguarding our National Wealth

Box 53, Folder 18

The Easy Chair--Final

Scope and Contents note

a. Accuracy--an Electronic Miracle -- b. Looking Glass Law--America
Box 53, Folder 19

Parkman

 

Research Material Series 5

 

Notebooks Subseries 5.1

General note

Many of the titles were Bernard DeVoto's own. Most of the material relates to historical research.

Arrangement note

alphabetically-arranged.
Box 53

American Literature A-L

Box 53

Conservation and Public Lands

Box 54

Exploration in Trans-Mississippi Area

Box 54

Frontier and West

Box 54

Frontier Literature

Box 54

Fur Trade A-L

Box 55

Fur Trade M-Z

Box 55

History and Historical Literature

Box 55

Indians

Box 55

Indians: Ruxton and Welsh

Box 56

Lewis and Clark

Box 56

Mark Twain

Box 57

Miscellaneous

Box 57

Personal

Box 57

Utah, West

Box 57

West

Box 58

Alfred Miller

Scope and Contents note

A. Letters written by Alfred J. Miller--B. Alfred J. Miller-Notes to Indian Sketches from the the collection in the Walters Gallery.--C. From the notebook marked "Alfred J. Miller"-- D. Alfred Jacob Miller - A Neglected Baltimore Painter 1810-1874 : Manuscript with Photocopies of drawings
Box 59

Year of Decision 1846

Physical Description: card notes
Box 59

Year of Decision 1846,

Physical Description: manuscript notes
Box 60

Other West,

Physical Description: card notes
Box 61

Small note pads, mainly for travel

Box 62

Miscellaneous headings,

Physical Description: cards, notes
Box 63

Manuscript notes

 

Research Materials Subseries 5.2

Scope and Contents note

Includes brochures, mimeographed material, and some typescript notes.

Arrangement note

Arranged alphabetically by major subjects and then by folder titles.
Box 64, Folder 1

Black Mountain College Case

Box 64, Folder 2

Book Censhorship (4)

Box 64, Folder 3

Book Censorship-Boston

Box 64, Folder 4

Forever Amber (2)

Box 64, Folder 5

Free Speech (2)

Box 65.1, Folder 1

F.B.I.

Box 65.1, Folder 2

Obscenity Law

Box 65.1, Folder 3

Peters Case - Yale

Box 65.1, Folder 4

Reece Committee

Box 65.1, Folder 5

Strange Fruit

Box 65.1, Folder 6

Advisory Committee on Conservation

Box 65.1, Folder 7

Agricultural Resource

Box 65.1, Folder 8

Anti-Forest Service Propaganda 1953-55

Box 65.2, Folder 1

Arizona Game Association

Box 65.2, Folder 2

Barret Committee

Box 65.2, Folder 3

Boise National Forest Fire Plan

Box 65.2, Folder 4

Cache National Forest

Box 65.2, Folder 5

Citizens Committee on Natural Resources

Box 65.2, Folder 6

Congress 53-55

Box 65.2, Folder 7

California Water Problem

Box 65.2, Folder 8

Carpenter, Farington

Box 65.2, Folder 9

Colorado River and Central Arizona Project

Box 66, Folder 1

Colorado State Lands

Box 66, Folder 2

Columbia Basin

Box 66, Folder 3

Dinosaur National Monument, no. 1, 1950-1951

Box 66, Folder 4

Dinosaur National Monument, no. 2, 1950-1951

Box 66, Folder 5

Dinosaur National Monument, no. 3, 1950-1951

Box 66, Folder 6

Dinosaur National Monument, no. 4, 1950-1951

Box 66, Folder 7

Drought

Box 66, Folder 8

Ecology

Box 66, Folder 9

Erosion, Dustbowl

Box 67.1, Folder 1

Farm Journal

Box 67.1, Folder 2

Federal Lands, Status and fiscal signifigance, notes 52-3

Box 67.1, Folder 3

Firefighting

Box 67.1, Folder 4

Forest Service 1940-5

Box 67.1, Folder 5

Forest Service 1946 (2)

Box 67.1, Folder 6

Forest Service 1947-8

Box 67.1, Folder 7

Forest Service 1950-2

Box 67.1, Folder 8

National Forest Recreation and Timber 1952-54

Box 67.1, Folder 9

Forest Service 1953

Box 67.2, Folder 1

Forest Service 1954

Box 67.2, Folder 2

Forest Service 1955

Box 67.2, Folder 3

Publicity and Organization

Box 68, Folder 1

Forest Service Research

Box 68, Folder 1

Forest Service Research

Box 68, Folder 2

School Forests

Box 68, Folder 2

School Forests

Box 68, Folder 3

State Payments and Lands

Box 68, Folder 3

State Payments and Lands

Box 68, Folder 4

Grand Mesa

Box 68, Folder 5

Grazing (2)

Box 68, Folder 6

Grazing and Forests 1948

Box 68, Folder 7

Grazing and Land Grab

Box 68, Folder 8

Grazing 1951

Box 68, Folder 9

Grazing Service

Box 68, Folder 10

Green Mountain National Forest Trip

Box 68, Folder 11

Hells Canyon

Box 68, Folder 12

Hoover Dam

Box 68, Folder 13

Land Grab 1940-5

Box 69, Folder 1

Land Grab 1946-7

Box 69, Folder 2

Land Grab 1948

Box 69, Folder 3

Land Grab Clippings

Box 69, Folder 4

Massachusetts Forests

Box 69, Folder 5

Mining claims on Public Lands

Box 69, Folder 6

Missouri River Basin

Box 69, Folder 7

National Highway Program

Box 69, Folder 8

National Parks Advisory Board

Box 69, Folder 9

National Parks Advisory Board 1940's

Box 69, Folder 10

National Parks Advisory Board 1950

Box 69, Folder 11

National Parks Advisory Board 1951

Box 69, Folder 12

National Parks Advisory Board 1952-4

Box 69, Folder 13

National Parks Advisory Board 1955

Box 69, Folder 14

New England

Box 69, Folder 15

North Africa Water Conserve

Box 69, Folder 16

Parkways

Box 70, Folder 1

Parkways Report

Box 70, Folder 2

Public Lands Conservation 1938-46

Box 70, Folder 3

Public Lands Conservation 1946-7

Box 70, Folder 4

Public Lands Conservation 1948-51

Box 70, Folder 5

Public Lands Conservation 1952

Box 70, Folder 6

Public Lands Conservation 1953

Box 70, Folder 7

Chart of Conservation 1849-1949

Box 70, Folder 8

Public Lands 1953

Box 70, Folder 9

Public Lands 1955

Box 70, Folder 10

Public Lands, Report

Box 70, Folder 11

Public Power (2)

Box 71, Folder 1

Ranch Lands in Ancient Italy

Box 71, Folder 2

Range War 1948

Box 71, Folder 3

Reclamation 1950

Box 71, Folder 4

Reclamation-miscellaneous

Box 71, Folder 4

TVA 1950's

Box 71, Folder 5

Reclamation Projects

Box 71, Folder 5

Utah economy and resources

Box 71, Folder 6

Stevenson campaign conservation material

Box 71, Folder 6

Utah floods

Box 71, Folder 7

Stockmen

Box 71, Folder 8

Stream Pollution

Box 71, Folder 9

Tidelands oil issue 1953

Box 71, Folder 10

Timber

Box 71, Folder 11

Tourists in National Parks

Box 71, Folder 12

Tourist slums

Box 72, Folder 1

Utah water control

Box 72, Folder 2

Velie

Box 72, Folder 3

Wasatch

Box 72, Folder 4

Wilderness

Box 72, Folder 5

Wildlife Management Institute

Box 72, Folder 6

Two miscellaneous reports by Benson and McKay

Box 72, Folder 7

Wichita National Wildlife Refuge Controversy (1955)

 

People Subseries 5.3

Box 72, Folder 1

Thomas Carlyle --

Box 72, Folder 2

Ray Chandler --

Box 72, Folder 3

Norman Corwin --

Box 72, Folder 4

James Gould Cozzens --

Box 72, Folder 5

Hart Crane --

Box 72, Folder 6

John Dos Passos --

Box 72, Folder 7

Newton B. Drury --

Box 72, Folder 8

James T. Farrell --

Box 72, Folder 9

William Faulkner --

Box 72, Folder 10

Robert Frost --

Box 72, Folder 11

Ernest Hemingway --

Box 72, Folder 12

James Jones --

Box 72, Folder 13

Sinclair Lewis --

Box 72, Folder 14

Vachel Lindsay --

Box 72, Folder 15

Douglas MacKay --

Box 72, Folder 16

Archibald Macleish --

Box 72, Folder 17

McCarthy, Senator Joseph R--

Box 72, Folder 18

A.J. Miller (2)

Box 73

Mark Twain - 1

Box 73, Folder 1

Wayne Morse --

Box 73, Folder 2

Richard Neuberger --

Box 73, Folder 3

Eugene O'Neill --

Box 73, Folder 4

Wilfredo Pareto --

Box 73, Folder 5

Ezra Pound -- 5/12 Fletcher Pratt --

Box 73, Folder 6

Eugene M. Rhodes --

Box 73, Folder 7

Arthur M. Schlesinger, Jr. --

Box 73, Folder 8

Mickey Spillane --

Box 73, Folder 9

Harold Stearns --

Box 73, Folder 10

Gertrade Stein --

Box 73, Folder 11

John Steinbeck --

Box 73, Folder 12

Rex Stout --

Box 73, Folder 13

Dr. Robert Toft --

Box 73, Folder 14

William Carlos Williams --

Box 73, Folder 15

Harry L. Wilson --

Box 73, Folder 16

Thomas Wolfe --

Box 74

Mark Twain - 2

 

West and Frontier Subseries 5.4

Box 74, Folder 1

Miscellaneous photostat copies of St. Louis wholesale prices 1833-34

Scope and Contents note

--
Box 74, Folder 2

Calamity Jane --

Box 74, Folder 3

Chouteau Papers Lucien Fontenelle: Death & Burial

Box 74, Folder 4

Forts: Bernard, Platte, Laramie --

Box 74, Folder 5

General Ashley, The Overland Trail and South Pass

Box 74, Folder 6

Gilpen, William

Box 74, Folder 7

Indians

Box 74, Folder 8

Indians Beckworth --

Box 74, Folder 9

Indians Warren --

Box 75.1, Folder 1

Journal of Peregine Sessions

Box 75.1, Folder 2

Journal of a Trapper

Box 75.1, Folder 3

Journal of William H. Gray

Box 75.1, Folder 4

Journey to the Rocky Mountains

Box 75.1, Folder 5

Letters of Daniel T. Potts

Box 75.1, Folder 6

Life in the Far West - Ruxton - Chapter 2

Box 75.1, Folder 7

Life in the Far West - Ruxton - Chapter 8

Box 75.2, Folder 1

Life of Norton Jacob

Box 75.2, Folder 2

Supply Record - California Battalion ce 1846

Box 75.2, Folder 3

Two Early Maps - West & U.S.

Box 75.2, Folder 4

Medical and Philosophical News, 1804-1807

Box 75.2, Folder 5

Mining

Box 75.2, Folder 6

Mormons - 1

Box 75.2, Folder 7

Mormons - 2

Box 75.2, Folder 8

Mormons - Joseph Smith

Box 75.2, Folder 9

PS Ogden, journal excerpts

Box 75.2, Folder 10

Oregon Question

Box 75.2, Folder 11

Photostats, miscellaneous - 1

Box 75.2, Folder 12

Photostats, miscellaneous - 2

Box 75.2, Folder 13

Parkman letters

Box 75.2, Folder 13

Photostats, miscellaneous - 3

Box 75.2, Folder 14

Parkman notes

Box 75.2, Folder 15

Pony Express

Box 75.2, Folder 16

San Francisco in 1850

Box 75.2, Folder 17

Newspaper photostats on Gold Rush; Sutters Mill - 1873, 1878

Box 76.1, Folder 1

Wah-To-Yah / L.H. Garrard

Box 76.1, Folder 2

Zenas Leonard's Narrative --

 

Miscellany Subseries 5.5

Box 76.1, Folder 3

American Medical Association

Box 76.1, Folder 4

American Trails Association --

Box 76.1, Folder 5

Astronomy

Box 76.1, Folder 6

Emigration to the Tropical World-Etzler

Box 76.1, Folder 7

History of North African Campaign

Box 76.1, Folder 8

Indian Affairs - Current

Box 76.1, Folder 9

Medicine

Box 76.1, Folder 10

Migration charts

Box 76.1, Folder 11

Migration Charts Ogden, Utah Politics circa 1920

Scope and Contents note

(American Legion, Bob Major See File on "Biography" -Box 33)
Box 76.1, Folder 12

Politics 1953-5

Box 76.1, Folder 13

Proletarian Literature --

Box 76.1, Folder 14

Psychological criticism --

Box 76.2, Folder 1

Public Health Source

Box 76.2, Folder 2

Publishing

Box 76.2, Folder 3

Rodeos --

Box 76.2, Folder 4

Sacco Vanzetti (forWe Accept With Pleasure)

Box 76.2, Folder 5

Science

Box 76.2, Folder 6

Spiral Press

Box 76.2, Folder 7

U.S. Presidents - notes

Box 76.2, Folder 8

Whiskey

Box 76.2, Folder 9

Unclassified Notes

Box 83, Folder 7

Research Notes and Material

Physical Description: misc. references on cards and small sheets of paper--mostly on history and relig. of Mormons, rattlesnakes; Newspapers in Philadelphia 1835-45, material copied by Florian DeVoto and sent to BDV--migration of Mormons incl. copy (hand drawn) of map showing pioneer trails in area of Salt Lake, etc.
 

Printed Matter - General Subseries 5.6

Scope and Contents note

Includes scrapbooks and clippings chronologically arranged by decades. Some of these are in folders; the folders include references to Bernard DeVoto, subjects such as conservation, politics, etc., reviews of his books; and articles and stories.
Box 154, Folder 1

Clippings 1920's - 50's and Obituaries

Physical Description: 2 foot
Box 154, Folder 2

Articles and reviews

Box 155

Articles by, referring to, annotated by or collected by B. Devoto

Physical Description: 2 foot Printed Matter
 

Printed Matter - Conservation Subseries 5.7

Box 76.3, Folder 1

Articles by, referring to, annotated by or collected by B. DeVoto, Memo By B.F. Heintzleman 1945-1949

Box 76.3, Folder 2

Appendix No.1 and 2, Sevier Lake Watershed, Utah 1950

Box 76.3, Folder 3

Appendix No.3 and 4, Sevier Lake Watershed, Utah 1950-

Box 76.3, Folder 4

Two U.S. Gov't Docs: Reports on power 1952,1953

Physical Description: Reprints from Harper's Magazine
Box 76.3, Folder 5

Articles by, referring to, annotated by or collected by B. DeVoto no date

Box 76.3, Folder 6

Five Gov't Docs: Hearings on Public Lands Feb.10,1947-Sep. 2,1947

Box 76.3, Folder 7

Five Gov't Docs: Hearings on Public Lands Sep.5, 1947-Sep. 22, 1947

Scope and Contents note

26pp autograph notes included with hearings on Lake Crescent, Wash
 

Scrapbooks, Reviews of his Books Subseries 5.8

Box 77

Chariot of Fire

Box 77

Crooked Mile

Box 77

Mark Twain's America

Box 77

Saturday Review

Box 78

Easy Chair

Box 78

Saturday Review

Box 79

Miscellaneous

Box 79

We Accept With Pleasure

Box 80, Folder 1

Material not by DeVoto

 

MacLeish by C. Canby

 

Memorandum plea for more recognition of the West

 

Northwest Passage by L. Rohrbough

 

Psychiatry and Industry by L.S. Keeble

 

Review by R.G. Adams of "Puritan Oligarchy by T.J. Wertenbaker"

 

The South and our Country's Story by Herbert Ravanel Sass

Box 164

Year of Decision 1846

 

Miscellany Subseries 5.9

Scope and Contents note

Includes photographs, awards, honors, etc. (See Container List).
 

Photos-Non-Personal Sub-subseries 5.9.1

Box 80, Folder 1

Flood Control Folder

Scope and Contents note

"Before and After" -- 3 volumes -- Envelope - 13 small snapshots -- 3 aerial vieews -- 1 map "Continental Hydrology" -- small folder - 4 photos, New Mexico
Box 80, Folder 2

Grand Teton National Park

Physical Description: 6 photos
Box 80, Folder 3

Glacier National Park

Physical Description: 11 photos
Box 80, Folder 4

Boise National Forest

Physical Description: 20 photos
Box 80, Folder 5

Forest Service Folder 1940's-1950's

Scope and Contents note

mounted and labeled photos of reseeding (6 sheets) -- 2 mounted-forest 1909 & 1948 (31 photos) -- 6 green "grazing allotment analysis"
Box 80, Folder 6

Forest Fire Folder

Physical Description: 10 miscellaneous photos

Scope and Contents note

"Fire Fighting Experiment, Priest River, Idaho, 1952-9 photos
Box 80, Folder 7

Dinosaur Monument

Physical Description: 21 photos 2 clippings
Box 80, Folder 8

Soil Erosion

Physical Description: 8 photos

Scope and Contents note

small folder
Box 80, Folder 9

Yellowstone and Grand Canyon

Physical Description: 4 photos
Box 80, Folder 10

Ansel Adams' photo book-Death Valley

Physical Description: 11 Unidentified photos
Box 80, Folder 11

Unidentified photos

Scope and Contents note

11 New Mexico and Utah
 

Personal Sub-subseries 5.9.2

Box 81, Folder 1

Legal and other documents

 

Contract with Minton Balch & Co. May 24, 1924

 

Contract with Little Brown & Co. April 23, 1926

 

Contract with MacMillan Co. June 30, 1926

 

Contract with Mark Twain Co. 1932

 

Civil Action No. 7070 - Ralph J. Burns vs 20th Century-Fox Film Co. Feb. 27, 1948

 

Court of Appeals Case No.89NE2D863, Dec. 29, 1949

Physical Description: 3 copies

Scope and Contents note

Brief for above case
 

Cyril Clemens copyright register Class A No.50717.

 

Warranty Deed of Miccosukee Seminols Nation.

 

Civil action No. 1134BH - Julian M. Gerard vs. Walter Scott, A.M. Johnson, et al.

 

Memorandum from Viking Press.

 

The Society of American Historians - Publishers Foundation Program

Box 81, Folder 2

Memberships, ID's.

 

Student Activity card - University of Utah 1914-1915

Scope and Contents note

1914-1915.
 

Columbian National Life Insurance Co. - Change of Beneficiary from DeVoto's mother to his father, Nov. 8, 1919.

 

Card to Harvard Club - Dec., 1919

 

American Legion Card, Dec., 1921

 

Membership Card: Society of Midland Authors, 1926

 

War Department Identification - Nov., 5, 1943

 

Ancient Order of River Rats card - Jan., 1948

 

General Tire Credit Card, 1952

 

The Waber Club, Ogden, Utah May, 1952

 

American Forestry Association Card, March, 1953

 

Outdoor Writers Association of America, Membership 1953

 

City of Seattle Courtesy Card, 1954

 

Missouri Historical Society Membership Card - Aug., 1955

 

U.S. Dept. of Interior National Park Service Lifetime Pass #8. 1955

 

Card for Ecole des Gourmandes.

 

Sierra Club, San Francisco, Life-time Pass.

 

Strip place name - Bernard DeVoto

Box 81, Folder 3

Small folder - 2 astronomical charts

Box 81, Folder 4

Framed summons to [UNK] court for Strange Fruit case, April 12, 1944

Box 81, Folder 5

Limited Editions Club Silver Jubilee Awards, May 11, 1954

Scope and Contents note

Program and award
Box 81, Folder 6

Receipt: Central Hanover Bank & Trust Co. from B. DeVoto for all all manuscripts, papers and other material of Samuel L. [UNK]

Box 81, Folder 7

Business transactions with Houghton Mifflin

 

Business transactions with Little Brown, 1940-1947

 

Photographs Series 6

 

Family and Friends Subseries 6.1

Box 82, Folder 1

Florian DeVoto (father) framed.

Box 82, Folder 2

DeVoto's boyhood

 

Baby on bear rug.

 

(six months) June 16, 1897

 

(1 yr. 1 no.) February, 1898

Physical Description: 2 copies.
 

(2 yrs. 10 no.) November, 1898

Physical Description: 3 copies.
 

With two sisters, aged 10 years, n.d.

Physical Description: 3 copies.
 

3 boyhood pictures, n.d.

 

3 in military uniform, n.d.

Box 82, Folder 2

1 photo album of DeVoto as a child

Box 82, Folder 3

Dated DeVoto pictures-approximate dates given by Avis DeVoto. approx. 1934

 

Pencil Drawing by Dwight Shaples, 1935

 

Group picture, Honorary Degree Northeastern University, October 2, 1948

 

Investiture at Northeastern Univ., October 2, 1948

 

Portland, Oregon, January 12, 1954

 

with Stewart Holbrook, January 12, 1954

 

with Stewart Holbrook in Erickson's saloon, January 12, 1954

 

In the 500

 

Group picture including Alfred Knopf Ad. Bd. National Parks, October 26, 1951

 

Columbia Broadcasting, 1955

Physical Description: 2 copies plus negative

Scope and Contents note

(copied February 1961) - DeVoto in his library
Box 82, Folder 4

Undated DeVoto Photographs

 

With dean of a college in Hartford

 

With Katherine Porter

 

2 pictures in flying gear for article on smoke Junipers

 

2 pictures with President Stearns of Colorado Univ. (Norlin medal)

 

5 proofs from Blackstone Studies, New York

 

1 finished portrait of above

 

2 sheets of film clips - Time Magazine

 

2 undated snapshots

Box 82, Folder 5

Photos.

 

Living room at Bread Loaf

 

With Fletcher Pratt

 

With A. B. Guthrie, Jr

 

With Pratt and Upson

 

With Mr. and Mrs. Mark Saxton

 

2 group pictures

Box 82, Folder 6

Pictures NOT of DeVoto

 

Private Gordon DeVoto, son of Bernard DeVoto Feb. 9, 1955

 

Mr. and Mrs. Fletcher Pratt

 

Robert Jay

 

William Upson

 

Assorted Photographs not in 1980

Box 82, Folder 7

Framed Pictures

 

Lee Foster Hartman Item 1

 

Kent Hagler Item 2

 

Mark Twain - 1875 Item 3

 

Mark Twain - 1875 Item 4

 

Mark Twain - 1900 Item 5

 

Unframed Pictrues

 

William Dean Howells Item 6

 

A. J. Miller - Self-portrait Item 7

 

Fort Ticonderoga Bicentennial Medal, Item 8 1755-1955

 

Photos - miscellaneous Subseries 6.2

Scope and Contents note

New England, the West Literary figures.
Box 84, Folder 1

Photographs - Gettysburg

Box 84, Folder 2

Photographs - Lincoln, Mass.

Box 84, Folder 3

Photographs - Literary figures

Box 84, Folder 4

Photographs - Monuments, New England

Box 84, Folder 5

Photographs - Motor trip, summer, 1938

Box 84, Folder 6

Photographs - N. Y. Miscellaneous, 1937 - 1938

Box 84, Folder 7

Photographs - Summer, 1937, Vermont and Martha's Vineyard

Box 84, Folder 8

Photographs - Vermont, miscellaneous

Box 84, Folder 9

Photographs - Hurrican in Walpole, N. H.

Box 84, Folder 10

Photographs - Walpole, N. H., summer, 1938

Box 84, Folder 11

Photographs - West, conservation

Box 84, Folder 12

Photographs - West, 1940

Box 84, Folder 13

Photographs - West, 1951

Box 85, Folder 15

Photographs - B. De Voto, youth

Box 85, Folder 16

Photographs - B. De Voto with friends, acquaintances, etc.

Box 85, Folder 17

Photographs - West, miscellaneous

Box 85, Folder 18

Photographs - Publicity

Box 85, Folder 19

Photographs - Virginia City, Montana, Custer's Battlefield, West, misc.

Box 85, Folder 20

Photographs - West, miscellaneous

Box 85, Folder 21

Photographs - Boise forest

Box 85, Folder 22

Photographs - Jackson Hole, Yellowstone, Sunlight

Box 85, Folder 23

Photographs - California, Idaho and Idaho City

Box 85, Folder 24

Photographs - Willamette and Glacier Park

Box 85, Folder 25

Photographs - Miscellaneous national parks, many taken by Ansel Adams

 

DeVoto Memorial and Plaque files Series 7

Box 83, Folder 1

Corresp. chron. to DeVoto Memorial; Robert Sykes, pres. Montana Wildlife Federation; Mrs. DeVoto. Apr.-Dec., 1962

 

Arthur Schlesinger Jr. to ADV with John A. Carvers Jr.--address on BVD Apr

Physical Description: 2 T.L.S.
 

(verifax) Lawrence D. Rockefeller to Lee Metcalf (note by Metcalf) Jul 26

Physical Description: 2 copies
 

Tim Babcock (Gov. Montana) regrets Aug

Physical Description: 2 T.L.S.
 

Mr. [Berder] regrets Aug

Physical Description: 6 A.N.S.
 

Annie Laurie Bird (Idaho D.A.R.) regrets Aug

Physical Description: 6 T.L.S.
 

Arthur Hawthorne Carhart regrets Aug

Physical Description: 6 T.L.S.
 

Mr. and Mrs. Paul Cushing Child regrets Aug

Physical Description: 6 A.L.S.
 

Orville L. Freeman (Sec. Agric.) regrets Aug

Physical Description: 6 T.N.S.
 

Kenneth Fowell (Dir. Ft. Falls Mont. Recreation Dept.) regrets Aug

Physical Description: 6 T.N.S.
 

V. L. Harper (Asst. Chief U.S. Forest Service) regrets Aug

Physical Description: 6 T.N.S.
 

J. C. Kieffer (pres. Idaho Mining Assn) regrets Aug

Physical Description: 6 T.N.S.
 

Alfred A. Knopf (publisher) regrets Aug

Physical Description: 6 T.N.S.
 

Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Morrison regrets Aug

Physical Description: 6 A.N.S.
 

Frank E. Moss (U.S. Sen.-Utah) regrets Aug

Physical Description: 6 A.N.S.
 

Rogert E. Smylie (Gov. Idaho) regrets Aug

Physical Description: 6 T.N.
 

Ralph S. Space (Forest Supervisor Clearwater Nat'l Forest) accept. Aug

Physical Description: 6 T.N.S.
 

Ernie L. Wales regrets Aug

Physical Description: 6 T.L.S.
 

Frank Church (U.S. Sen. Idaho) regrets Aug

Physical Description: 7 T.N.S.
 

H. H. Hanson (pres. Orofino Idaho C of C) regrets Aug

Physical Description: 7 T.N.S.
 

Floyd Iverson (Region'l Forester Intermtn.) accept Aug

Physical Description: 7 T.N.S.
 

W. J. Lederer (s. by sec.) regrets Aug

Physical Description: 7 T.N.
 

[H. A.] Laughlin of Houghto-Mifflin (s. by sec. Aug

Physical Description: 7 T.N.
 

Mike Mansfield (U.S. Sen. Mont.) regrets Aug

Physical Description: 7 T.N.S.
 

Catherine Meyer (Harper's Mag.) regrets Aug

Physical Description: 7 T.N.S.
 

Joseph F. Pechanec (Dir. Intermtn. Forest & Range Experimt. Sta.-Ogden) regrets Aug

Physical Description: 7 T.N.S.
 

Louise Shadduck (Exec. Sec. Idaho) regrets Aug

Physical Description: 7 T.N.S.
 

John T. Edsall regrets Aug

Physical Description: 8 A.N.S.
 

Ralph R. Harding (U.S. Rep. Idaho) regrets Aug

Physical Description: 8 T.N.S.
 

[I.] H. Harris (pres. Idaho St. C of C) regrets Aug

Physical Description: 8 T.N.S.
 

Glenn A. Kovar (Dir. Mont. Pic. Forest Ser) regrets Aug

Physical Description: 8 T.N.S.
 

Wayne Morse (U.S. Sen. Ore.) regrets Aug

Physical Description: 8 T.N.S.
 

Arnold Olsen (U.S. Rep. Mont.) regrets Aug

Physical Description: 8 T.N.S.
 

McGeorge Bundy regrets Aug 9

Physical Description: T.N.S.
 

Mike Mansfield regrets Aug 9

Physical Description: (T.N.S.)
 

Wayne Morse regrets Aug 9

Physical Description: T.N.S.
 

Ansell Adams (photographer) regrets Aug 10

Physical Description: (T.N.S.)
 

Emily M. Beck regrets Aug 10

Physical Description: A.N.S.
 

Paul Brooks (Houghton-Mifflin) regrets Aug 10

Physical Description: T.N.S.
 

Frank Church regrets Aug 10

Physical Description: T.N.S.
 

Carvel Collins (Eng. Prof.) regrets Aug 10

Physical Description: A.N.S.
 

Paul H. Douglas (U. S. Sen. Ill.) regrets Aug 10

Physical Description: T.N.S.
 

Mr. and Mrs. Walter D. Edmonds regrets Aug 10

Physical Description: A.N.S.
 

Lawrence S. Kubie (M.D.) regrets Aug 10

Physical Description: T.N.S.
 

Mrs. Olans J. Munie regrets Aug 10

Physical Description: Ap.c.S.
 

Adlai E. Stevenson (U.N. Rep.) regrets Aug 10

Physical Description: T.N.S.
 

Ansell Adams, wants to make "really fine print" of BVD Aug 11

Physical Description: T.L.S.
 

Rose Dely regrets Aug 11

Physical Description: A.N.S.
 

[J. E. Morrison?] regrets Aug 11

Physical Description: Ap.c.S.
 

James E. Battin (U.S. Rep. Mont.) regrets Aug 13

Physical Description: T.N.S.
 

Sarah [Boyden] (Mrs. Wm. C.), Chicago Sun, regrets Aug 13

Physical Description: T.N.S.
 

Paul Driscoll Aug 13

Physical Description: T.N.S.
 

[UNK] Spaulding (Houghton-Mifflin, s. by sec.) regrets. Aug 13

Physical Description: T.N.
 

A. B. Curtis (Mayor of Orofino) regrets Aug 14

Physical Description: T.N.
 

Arthur C. Deck (Exec. ed. Salt Lk. Trib.) regrets Aug 14

Physical Description: T.N.S.
 

David McCord regrets Aug 14

Physical Description: T.N.S.
 

N. J. Osborne (Sunshine Mining C. Spokane) regrets Aug 14

Physical Description: T.N.S.
 

Clinton P. Anderson, s. by sec. (U.S. Sen., N. Mex.) regrets Aug 14

Physical Description: T.N.
 

W. J. Everin (Dir. Mont. Fish & Game Cmm,) regrets Aug 15

Physical Description: T.N.S.
 

George B. Amas (Gen. Tel. Com. Rel. Mgr.) regrets Aug 16

Physical Description: T.N.S.
 

Harold P. Fabian (Nat'l Pk. Service, Wyo.) regrets Aug 16

Physical Description: T.N.S.
 

John Fischer (Harper's Mag.) regrets Aug 16

Physical Description: T.N.S.
 

Roger L. Guernsey (Idaho St. Forester) regrets Aug 16

Physical Description: T.N.S.
 

Roland R. Renne (pres. Mont. St. Coll.) regrets Aug 16

Physical Description: T.N.S.
 

Ernest Wohletz (dean forestry, U. of Id.)? Aug 16

Physical Description: T.N.S.
 

K. A. Keeney (co-ordinator) to Gregory Rochlin with 8/13/62 Rochlin (treas.) regrets Aug 17

Physical Description: A.N.S. carbon
 

Mrs. William L. Langer regrets Aug 17

Physical Description: A.N.
 

John R. Milodragorich (Forest Service Nez Perce Nat'l Forest) accept Aug 17

Physical Description: T.N.S.
 

Wallace Stegner (prof. & author) regrets Aug 17

Physical Description: T.N.S.
 

Homer E. Martin (Boise Atty) regrets Aug 20

Physical Description: T.N.S.
 

Chester J. Olsen (Ogden) concerning ADV's reservations, progress on Memorial & dedication Aug 20

Physical Description: T.N.S.
 

and carbon, Edward C. Crafts (Dir. Bur. Outdoor Rec., Interior Dept., regret Aug 21

Physical Description: T.N.S.
 

Paul D. Dalke by sec. (leader Idaho Co-op Wildlife Research Unit) regret Aug 21

Physical Description: T.N.
 

Herb C. Jensen (Gen. Mgr. El Mirador, Palm Springs) to Lilliam Hernich, accept Aug 22

Physical Description: T.N.S.
 

D. R. Theophilus (pres. U. of Idaho) regret Aug 24

Physical Description: T.N.S.
 

W. R. White (Ogden mfgr) regret Aug 24

Physical Description: T.N.S.
 

Crane Brinton (Harvard Prof. and historian) regrets Aug 26

Physical Description: A.N.S.
 

Mrs. Lybe Johnsrud (Mont. Fed. Garden Clubs) regret Aug 26

Physical Description: T.N.S.
 

George L. Nichols (Ogden) regret Aug 27

Physical Description: T.N.S.
 

James C. Urguhart regret & prior acceptance Aug 27

Physical Description: A.N.S.
 

Eveolaen N. Rexford (Cambridge, M.D.) regret Aug 30

Physical Description: A.N.S.
 

Royce G. Cox (Porlatch Forests Inc.) regret Aug 31

Physical Description: T.N.S.
 

Mrs. Vione Bell (Hubert J.) Mont. Fed. Womens Clubs) accept Sept. 1

Physical Description: T.N.S.
 

Henry Dart Reck regret Sept. 3

Physical Description: A.N.S.
 

Fred Scriven (Ogden) regret Sept. 2

Physical Description: A.N.S.
 

Don F. Valiton (Nat'l Assn. Postmaster's v-p Desr Lodge) regret Sept. 4

Physical Description: T.N.S.
 

A. L. Glasmann (Ogden Standard Examiner) regret Sept. 5

Physical Description: T.N.S.
 

John F. Kennedy (U.S. Pres.) to Mr. Sykes concerning dedication and BVD Sept. 5

Physical Description: T.L.S.
 

Maurine B. Neuberger (U.S. Sen. Ore.) regret Sept. 5

Physical Description: T.L.S.
 

Arthur Schlesinger, Jr. repeats JFK's letter Sept. 6

Physical Description: Tel.
 

James K. Vessey to ADV regret Sept. 6

Physical Description: A.L.S.
 

and carbon, James K. Vessey to C. J. Olsen, letter to be read at dedication Sept. 6

Physical Description: T.L.S.
 

Clint Davis (for chief of Forest Service), his remarks for dedication Sept. 7

Physical Description: Tel.
 

Arthur Schlesinger, Jr. regret and message Sept. 7

Physical Description: Tel.
 

Wayne Montgomery, regret and message Sept. 8

Physical Description: Tel.
 

Ptd. invit. to dedication from Mont. & Idaho Wildlife Fed., Albert N. Cochrell varso regret Sept. [9]

Physical Description: A.N.S.
 

df. of speech, Chas. H. Callison, dedication typescript with ms. corrections, Sept. 9

 

Herbert Scheinberg regret Sept. 9

Physical Description: Tel.
 

William F. Johnston (mg. ed. Lewiston Morning Trib.), story of dedication Sept. 11

Physical Description: T.N.S.
 

Edward P. Cliff (chief U.S. Forest Service) Sept. 12

Physical Description: T.L.S.
 

"Sarah" [Boyden] (Chicago) A.P. story, pers. Sept. 14

Physical Description: T.L.S.
 

copy [ADV] to [J. F. Kennedy] Sept. 15

Physical Description: T.L.
 

Maurine B. Neuberger, re: ceremony, Swedon Sept. 24

Physical Description: T.L.S.
 

Arthur Schlesinger, Jr. pers. Sept. 24

Physical Description: T.L.S.
 

"Charlie" (Nat'l Audubon Soc.) wants to do vol. of BVD's consarvation essays, Wilderness Bill Oct. 16

Physical Description: A.L.S.
 

Gregory Rochlin, residual of memorial fund Nov. 21

Physical Description: T.L.S.
 

K. A. Keeney (Missoula) album of Grove Dec. 3

Physical Description: T.L.S.
 

Lilliam Hornick album of Grove and carbon to Keensy Dec. 3

Physical Description: T.L.S.
 

Gregory Rochlin Dec. 11

Physical Description: T.L.S.
 

Mrs. Anne Nagel Barrett, regret n.d.

Physical Description: A.N.S.
 

Catherine Drinker Bower (author) regret n.d.

Physical Description: A.N.S.
 

Mr. and Mrs. Jerome Seymour Bruner regret n.d.

Physical Description: A.N.S.
 

Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur K. Jordan regret n.d.

Physical Description: A.N.S.
 

Mr. and Mrs. Sargent Kennedy regret n.d.

Physical Description: A.N.S.
 

Adelaide McClelland regret n.d.

Physical Description: A.N.S.
 

Marie Marshall (pres. Idaho Fed. Garden Clubs) regret n.d.

Physical Description: A.N.S.
 

Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Ballard Murdock regret, n.d.

Physical Description: A.N.S.
 

Arnold Olsen (U.S. Rep. Mont.) regret n.d.

Physical Description: T.N.
 

Mrs. Charles Winkber (pres. I.F.W.C.) regret n.d.

Physical Description: T.N.S.
Box 83, Folder 2

DeVoto Memorial--clips, 1962

Scope and Contents note

program, clips on dedication, obit. of Chester Olsen
Box 83, Folder 3

Sawey Correspondence, 1965-66

Scope and Contents note

Corresp. between Orlan Saway, ADV, Anne N. Barrett of Houghton-Mifflin, Jay Williams of Little, Brown, & Co., Harry P. Rowe, R. E. Monros, some duplicates and copies
Box 83, Folder 4

Sawey Manuscript, Bernard DeVoto

Physical Description: carbon of third draft--critical study of DeVoto's development as a writer and common element of major works (American West)
Box 83, Folder 1

The Margery Case 1924-25

Scope and Contents note

typescript and published accounts of seances of the medium Margery. Material by or collected by Robert Hillyer. Copies of The Banner of Life
Box 83, Folder 2

Reviews of DeVoto's Work 1926-28

Scope and Contents note

clips, typescript, The Chariot of Fire, BVD's criticism of educ., The House of Sun-Goss-Down
Box 83, Folder 3

Reviews by BDV, 1927

Scope and Contents note

clips--T. M. Longstreth's The Silent Force -- H. Speakman's Mostly Mississippi -- L. Saxon's Father Mississippi -- P. A. Rollins Jinglebob -- Scherer's The First Forty-Niner -- A. E. Newton's The Greatest Book in the World -- A. Black's American Husbands -- B. Russell's What I Believe -- W. N. Burus's Tombstone -- B. B. Lindsey and W. Evans's The Companionate Marriage.
Box 83, Folder 4

MacVicar, Helen Avis--Eng. Themes

Physical Description: Mrs. DeVoto's outlines and themes for Eng. class at Northwestern taught by BDV, some typescript, some ms. Ms. notes and corrections by BDV in pencil, corrections by ADV in red; there are long criticisms and questions by BDV on many of them, most with replies by ADV; some ms. themes of other members of the class-- some corrected with comments, a few by foreign students.
Box 83, Folder 5

Clippings

Physical Description: On Utah, Utah history, Mormons, Mormonism, and one on the 49'rs.
 

DeVoto Memorial and Plaque files Series 8

Box 83, Folder 8

Miscellaneous

 

Eugene Manlove Rhodes--mss. sent to BDV--an article and a poem, both rejected

 

The Curry Powder Mystery"--clippings; 4/27/48

Physical Description: T.L.S.
 

Fletcher Pratt to ADV; 5/27/48

 

George Horne to Bernard De Voto

Physical Description: T.L.S.
 

The Coolidge Hill Gazette -- Vol. 1 No. 3 [1954]

Physical Description: (2 copies)

Scope and Contents note

mimeographed newsletter, with previously unpublished poems by Robert Frost, Robert Hillyer, and [?]
 

The Bishop's Lament", galley of 1885 anti-Mormon poem

 

1888 Warranty Deed--sale of land in Weber Co. Utah.

Scope and Contents note

George Edward and Matilda Cross to Sarah J. White
 

1919 Deed to cemetary plot. City of Ogden to Florian B. DeVoto

 

Bulletin of the Carnegie Free Library, Ogden, Vol.2, No. 1. April, n.d.

Scope and Contents note

article on BDV. Also two road maps, one of Idaho, one of Wyoming.