Guide to the Collection

Restrictions on Access

The bulk of the Ellery Sedgwick papers (except photocopies and oversize) is stored offsite and must be requested at least two business days in advance via Portal1791. Researchers needing more than six items from offsite storage should provide additional advance notice. If you have questions about requesting materials from offsite storage, please contact the reference desk at 617-646-0532 or

There are restrictions on the use of this collection. Users must sign an agreement stating that they understand these restrictions before they will be given access to the collection.

Collection Summary


This collection consists of papers documenting Ellery Sedgwick's professional career as editor of the Atlantic Monthly Magazine, 1908-1938, and his personal and varied involvements. The bulk of the papers contain correspondence with contributing authors and poets, notes, and manuscripts in various forms.

Biographical Sketch

Ellery Sedgwick, 1872-1960

Ellery Sedgwick was born February 27, 1872 in New York City, to Henry Dwight and Henrietta (Ellery) Sedgwick. Sedgwick's ancestors, a leading family of Stockbridge, Massachusetts, established a tradition of literary achievement, including authors Catherine Maria Sedgwick and Henry Dwight Sedgwick.

Sedgwick attended the Groton School of Massachusetts, from which he graduated in 1890, and Harvard University. Upon graduation from Harvard's Class of 1894, Sedgwick returned to Groton to teach classics for two years. He left the school in 1896 to accept a position as assistant editor at Youth's Companion. In 1900 Sedgwick took over editorship of Leslie's Monthly Magazine, a position he held for four years. He later worked for one year at McClure's Magazine, and in 1908 for D. Appleton and Company.

Sedgwick began his career with the Atlantic Monthly in 1908, when he purchased the magazine from Houghton-Mifflin. At that time, the monthly circulation was 15,000 and the magazine ran an annual deficit of $5000. Sedgwick worked quickly to reverse the trend, and by 1928, he had increased circulation to 137,000. He as been credited with discovering many writers, and with being the first American publisher to print the works of Ernest Hemingway. Sedgwick resigned as editor in 1938, and sold the magazine in 1939.

He was recognized for his editorial skills by three academic institutions. Tufts University and Dartmouth College awarded Sedgwick the Litt.D. in 1920 and 1921, and he received the LhD. from Syracuse University.

Sedgwick wrote his memoirs, The Happy Profession, in 1946, and in 1947 published a compilation of his favorite pieces published by Atlantic Monthly, titled Atlantic Harvest. He also edited Novel and Story: A Book of Modern Readings, with Harry A. Domincovich, which was published in 1939.

His professional activities were not limited to editing. In 1918 he became Vice-President and part-owner of the Rumford Press, an affiliation he maintained through the 1940s. He also maintained ties to Groton and Harvard as a Trustee. He served as trustee of the Boston Public Library as well.

Sedgwick married Mabel Cabot in 1904. They had four children: Ellery, Cabot, Theodora, and Henrietta. Mabel Sedgwick died in 1937. That difficult period was compounded for Sedgwick by troubles with his own health. Sciatica made him bed-ridden for a few months in 1938-1939, and he was also plagued with arthritis. He remarried in 1939, to an Englishwoman, [Isabel] Marjorie Russell. He died April 21, 1960 in Washington, D.C.

Collection Description

The Ellery Sedgwick Papers document Sedgwick's professional career as editor of the Atlantic Monthly magazine from 1908 through his retirement in 1938, and until his death in 1960. The collection also documents his personal and varied non-Atlantic Monthly relationships during this time period. His correspondence include relatives, literary figures, politicians, and fellow Harvard alumni.

The collection is housed in 24 record cartons (stored offsite) and one oversize box (remaining onsite). Sedgwick's records concern items published in the Atlantic Monthly, and consists mainly of correspondence, office files on authors, notes, manuscripts in various forms (notes, drafts, proofs and reprints), royalty statements, stockholders' records, Sedgwick's (and his staff's) carbon letters and replies, clippings, and printed materials. [For more detailed description of the contents and arrangement of these records, see the series descriptions and index.]

The organizational nature of these records is loosely based on what is assumed to be Sedgwick's original working arrangement. However, several moves and the integration of materials as they arrived at the Massachusetts Historical Society have made it impossible to restore or retain original order.

The records are arranged in five series: Atlantic Monthly General Files, Atlantic Monthly Special Subject Files, Personal Files, Professional Affiliations, and Publications. More than one half of the collection consists of Atlantic Monthly files, records of Sedgwick's correspondence and relationships with contributors to the Atlantic Monthly during his editorship. In addition, a series was created for four significant experiences, identified as Atlantic Monthly Special Subject Files. These include records relating to controversies caused by the writings of two young women, Wilma Francis Minor and Opal Whiteley; the debate regarding Al Smith's candidate for the presidential nomination; and correspondence and reaction to Sedgwick's writings on the Spanish Civil War and his trip to Spain in 1938.

The Personal Files contain correspondence and papers not directly related to the Atlantic Monthly, and include family correspondence. The series Professional Affiliations contains Sedgwick's records as Trustee/Overseer of the Arnold Arboretum, Boston Public Library, and Harvard University, and as vice-president and part-owner of the Rumford Press. The Publication series include correspondence, notes, and newspaper clippings related to Sedgwick's two books: The Happy Profession and Atlantic Harvest.

The final part of this collection contains five boxes of photocopies (which remain onsite) of some of the correspondence in the Atlantic Monthly General Files made prior to the integration into the collection of the Ellery Sedgwick papers in the spring of 1989. An alphabetical list of photocopied correspondence may be found at the end of this guide. However, because of the integration of more recent acquisitions, original files should be checked for letters not included in the initial copying process.

This guide contains two indexes: a selective index, by individual name and institutional affiliation, to correspondence in all series except the Atlantic Monthly General Files. The indexes refer to box and folder numbers prior to the transfer of the collection to record cartons for offsite storage. Because the files are arranged alphabetically, the folder list for the Atlantic Monthly General Files serves as a name index for the correspondence in that series.

Acquisition Information

The Ellery Sedgwick papers are composed of professional and personal records kept by Sedgwick as editor of the Atlantic Monthly from approximately 1898 until his death in 1960, and includes materials through 1969.

The first donation of his papers to the Massachusetts Historical Society (MHS) was made by Mrs. Marjorie (Russell) Sedgwick in 1967 and consisted of some Atlantic Monthly files, the Spanish Civil War papers and Sedgwick's records as an Overseer of Harvard University. Family letters and more general papers were donated by Mrs. Sedgwick in 1968, but the bulk of the approximately 1,940 letters written to Sedgwick during his editorship were acquired by the MHS. The Atlantic Monthly Press added a box to the collection in 1987, with the remainder of the material coming in small parcels between 1969 and 1989, the last after the death of Segdwick's successor, Edward Weeks.

The Atlantic Monthly General Files were processed as the Ellery Sedgwick papers and remained distinct from the additional materials as they were donated to the MHS by Mrs. Sedgwick and the Atlantic Monthly offices. The additions were then processed as Ellery Sedgwick papers II, III, IV, V, Mrs. Sedgwick papers, and Additions. All of these collections have been integrated into one collection, moving the materials to their appropriate locations, mostly within the Atlantic Monthly files.

Restrictions on Access

The bulk of the Ellery Sedgwick papers (except photocopies and oversize) is stored offsite and must be requested at least two business days in advance via Portal1791. Researchers needing more than six items from offsite storage should provide additional advance notice. If you have questions about requesting materials from offsite storage, please contact the reference desk at 617-646-0532 or

There are restrictions on the use of this collection. Users must sign an agreement stating that they understand these restrictions before they will be given access to the collection.

Restrictions on Use

The Ellery Sedgwick papers contain letters written by 20th century literary figures. The Massachusetts Historical Society does not claim ownership to the literary rights (copyright) of letters and manuscripts written by individuals other than Ellery Sedgwick in this collection. The Massachusetts Historical Society cannot give permission to publish or cite documents by individuals for whom it does not hold copyright. Use of the collection does not imply permission to publish or cite documents in the collection. It is the sole responsibility of the researcher to obtain formal permission from the owners of the literary rights (copyright) to publish or cite documents in this collection.

Photocopies are for personal use only. Personal use photocopies may not be donated or deposited in other libraries or archives, or made available to other researchers without the written permission of the Massachusetts Historical Society.

Detailed Description of the Collection

The container information listed below for Series II - Series V includes the former box and folder numbers used prior to the transfer of the collection to record cartons for offsite storage. The old box and folder numbers have been retained because the Select Correspondent Index refers to them.

Users should refer to the carton and barcode numbers when requesting materials for retrieval from offsite storage.

I. Atlantic Monthly General Files, 1908 - 1960

Arranged alphabetically.

This series comprises the bulk of the Ellery Sedgwick Papers. The materials, primarily correspondence, span 1908-1960, and concentrate during the 1920s and 1930s. This series is arranged alphabetically by correspondent, and occasionally by institution or subject of correspondence. Each correspondent has an individual folder (or folders). For this reason, the container list for this series only will serve as an alphabetical index to the correspondents. A selected correspondent index has been created for the other series in this collection.

The contents of the files contain more than correspondence between Sedgwick and the many authors he dealt with in his capacity as editor of the Atlantic Monthly (1908-1939). Files contain correspondence with authors, agents, and publishers, as well as pamphlets, article reprints, and newspaper clippings. The correspondence of Atlantic Monthly staff people with authors is also included in these files. Staff members include: Mark A. DeWolfe Howe, Edward A. Weeks, Teresa S. Fitzpatrick, MacGregor Jenkins, and Theodore Morrison. These individuals are not indexed for this series because they serve in an official capacity for the magazine. Correspondence from these individuals in other capacities (personal, etc.) has been indexed.

The Atlantic Monthly General Files also contain carbon copies of outgoing correspondence, most of which was generated by Sedgwick. These have not been indexed.

A significant part of the collection is correspondence from Atlantic Monthly readers, called "Comments." These are found throughout the files, but are most prevalent for authors for whom there are many folders or boxes (such as James Norman Hall, James Truslow Adams, Edward A. Newton, and Albert J. Nock). The comments were separated from author's correspondence and arranged alphabetically and by year at the end of the file.

The subject of the letters in the General Files is uniformly the publication of articles in the Atlantic Monthly. Many folders are little more than a few letters presenting manuscripts. However, there were many authors with whom Sedgwick developed personal relationships, and/or whose works were frequently printed in the Atlantic Monthly over a period of years.

Among the authors with whom Sedgwick had extensive correspondence are: James Truslow Adams, Mary Antin, L. Adams Beck, Godfrey Rathbone Benson (Lord Charnwood), Gamaliel Bradford, William H. Chamberlin, John Jay Chapman, W. Hans Coudenhove, Mazo de la Roche, Walter D. Edmonds, Felix Frankfurter, Robert Dean Frisbie, John Galsworthy, James Norman Hall, Charles Boardman Hawes, Hudson Hoagland, Albert Kinross, Walter Lippman, Amy Lowell, William McFee, Margaret Prescott Montague, Samuel Eliot Morrison, Edward A. Newton, Albert J. Nock, Charles Nordhoff, Nora Waln Osland-Hill, Arthur Pound, Agnes Repplier, Hilda Rose, Harrison W. Smith, Logan Pearsall Smith, Henry Williamson, Owen Wister, and Hans Zinsser.

Other significant correspondents include: Pearl S. Buck, Winston S. Churchill, John Foster Dulles, Rudyard Kipling, Henry Cabot Lodge, Archibald MacLeish, Eleanor Roosevelt, Franklin D. Roosevelt, Carl Sandburg, George Santayana, William H. Taft, Rabindranath Tagore, Wendell L. Wilkie, and Virginia Woolfe.

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Adamic, Louis
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Adams, Brooks

Adams, James Truslow

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Correspondence, n.d., 1920-1926
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Correspondence, 1927-1954
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Comments, n.d., 1934-1943, 1966
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Addams, Jane
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Agassiz, George R.
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Aiken, Conrad
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Aldrich, Mildred
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Alger, George W.
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Allen, Annie Winslow
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Angell, Norman
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Anger, Henry
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Antin, Mary
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Arliss, George
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Arnold, Julian
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Asgwith, Hon. H.H.
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Atlantic Monthly Almanac
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Aydelotte, Frank
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Ayer, Fred
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Ayscough, John
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B., C.C.
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Baker, Newton D.
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Baldenspage, Fernand
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Balfour, Earl Arthur James
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Barbour, Thomas
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Barrie, James M.
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Barry, William Canon D.D.
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Baruch, Bernard M.
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Bates, H.E
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Beaverbrook, Lord
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Beck, L. Adams
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Beebe, William
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Benit, William Rose
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Bennett, Arnold
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Benson, Robert Hugh
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Bernard, J.H.
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Bigelow, John
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Bingham, Robert W.
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Binyon, Lawrence
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Bland, J.O.P.
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Bok, E.W.
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Bonsal, Stephen
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Borah, William E.
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Bordeaux, Henry
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Boutroux, Em[ile]
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Bowen, Catherine Drinker
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Bradford, Gamaliel E.
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Brent, Charles H. (Bishop)
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Bridge, Ann
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British Library of Information
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Bromfield, Louis
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Brookfield, A.M.
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Brooks, Van Wyck
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Brown, W.G.
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Brownell, W.C.
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Bryce, James
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Buchan, John
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Buck, Pearl S.
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Bundy, Harvey H.
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Burman, Ben Lucien
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Burnett Smith, Mrs.
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Burroughs, John
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Butler, Elias Parker
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Bynner, Witter
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Byrd, Richard E.
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Cabot, Richard C.
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Campbell, Cyril
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Campbell, Sir John
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Canby, Henry S.
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Carpenter, W. Boyd
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Casson, Stanley
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Cather, Willa
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Cawein, Madison
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Cecil, Lord David

Chamberlin, William Henry

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Correspondence, 1924-1944
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Comments, A-Z
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Chapman, John Jay
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Chapman, R.W.
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Charnwood, Lord (Godfrey Rathbone Benson)
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Chase, Mary Ellen
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Cherodame, Andre
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Churchill, Winston S.
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Clarke, John M.
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Clarke, Joseph I.D.
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Clay, Lucius D.
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Cloud, Dudley H.
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Collins, Charles A.
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Colum, Padrai
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Conant, James Bryant
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Connolly, Cyril
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Conrad, Joseph
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Constable & Co. Ltd.
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Conway Family
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Coolidge, Calvin
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Copeland, C.T.
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Coppard, A.E.
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Cortissoz, Royal
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Cotting, Joseph P.
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Coudenhove, Hans
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Coulerain, Pierre de
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Cowden, Roy W.
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Cox, Harold
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Cozzens, James Gould
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Cram, R.A.
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Crane, Winthrop Murray
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Cromer, Lord
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Crosby, Caresse
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Crothers, S.M.
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Crowinshield, Frank
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Curley, James M.
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Curtis, Charles P., Jr.
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Cushing, Harvey
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Daniels, Josephus
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Danielson, Richard E.
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Dartmouth College
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Daudet, Ernest
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Davis, John W.
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De La Mare, Walter
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Deland, Margaret
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De La Roche, Mazo
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Delbruck, Hans
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DeMadariaja, Salvador
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Denison, T.
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De Selincourt, Ann
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DeVoto, Bernard
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Dewey, John
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Dewey, Stoddard
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Dexter, Philip
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Dickinson, G. Lowes
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Dillon, John
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Dillon, Mary
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Dimnet, Ernest (M. l'Abbe)
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Donald, Malcolm
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Douglas, Lloyd
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Dowden, Edward
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Draper, Ruth
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Dreuser, Theodore
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Drinkwater, John
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Dukes, Jane
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Dulles, John Foster
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Duncan, Norman
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Dunsany, Lord B. (Plunkett, Edward John Moreton Drax)
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Durant, Will
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Dwight, H.G.
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E[cageberg ?], Raphael
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Edmonds, Walter D.
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Eliot, Charles W.
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Ellis, Havelock
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Ely, John
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Emery, Brooks
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Emery, Charles F. Jr.
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Ernst, Morris L.
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Eucken, Rudolph
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Evans, B. Ifor
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Fabyan, George
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Faik, Joseph W.
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Ferrero, Frances L.
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Ferrero, Gugliemo
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Fields, Annie
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Finley, John
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Fisher, A.
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Fisher, Dorothy Canfield
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Fitzpatrick, Teresa S.
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Flexner, Abraham
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Forbes, Waldo
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Forster, E.M.
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Frankfurter, Felix
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Freeman, Douglas S.
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Freeman, Lewis
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Frisbie, Robert Dean
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Frost, Robert
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Fuess, Claude
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Galsworthy, John
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Garland, Hamlin
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Garnett, Edward
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George, Lloyd
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Gibbes, A. Hamilton
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Graham, Stephen
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Great Britain. Sovereigns. George V
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Grew, Joseph
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Grey, Viscount of Falladoon
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Griffin, Wilfred
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Guerard, Albert
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Guild, Curtis, Jr.
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Haggard, Henry Rider
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Haines, William Wister
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Haldane, Viscount

Hall, James Norman

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Correspondence, 1915-1931
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Correspondence, 1932-1939
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Correspondence, 1940-1952
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Correspondence, 1962-1963, microfilming of
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Comments, 1921-1942
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Hamilton, Edith
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Hand, Judge Learned
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Harcourt, Alfred
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Hardy, Thomas
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Hart, B.H. Liddell
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Hassam, Childe
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Hawes, Charles Boardman
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Hayes, Roland
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Herbert, A.P.
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Herrick, Myron T.
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Herter, Christian A.
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Heywood, DuBose
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Higginson, Henry L.
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Higginson, T.W.
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Hillyer, Robert
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Hilton, James

Hoagland, Hudson

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"Science and the Medium," 1924
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Hobhouse, L.T.
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Hodges, George
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Holman, Alfred
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Hoover, Herbert
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Hopkins, Gerard
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Hotson, Leslie
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Houghton Mifflin Co.
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House, Edward M.
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Household, Geoffrey
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Houseman, A.E.
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Howard, E.
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Howe, E.W.
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Howe, Mark Anthony DeWolfe
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Howells, William Dean
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Hull, Cordell
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Husland, Joseph
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Huxley, Julian
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Inge, W.R.
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Jacks, L.P.
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James, Henry
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James, William
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Jenkins, MacGregor "Mac"
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Jewett, [Miles?]
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Johnston, Mary
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Kaneko, Baron K.
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Keable, Robert
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Keller, Helen
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Kennedy, C.R.
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Kenyon, L.R.
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Key, Ellen
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King, McKenzie
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Kinross, Albert
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Kipling, Rudyard
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Kittredge, George Lyman
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Knox, Frank
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Komatsu, Takashi
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Konoye, F.
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Koszue, Andre
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Krock, Arthur
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L., T.W.
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LaFarge, Christopher
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LaFarge, Oliver
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LaGallienne, Richard
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Lamont, Thomas
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Landon, Alf M.
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Landon, Walter Savage
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Lattimore, Owen and Eleanor
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Laughlin, Henry A.
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Lavin, Mary
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Leacock, Stephen
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Lewis, Edward
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Lewis, Sinclair
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Lewis, W.S.
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Lindsay, Nicholas Vachel
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Lippman, Walter
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Lockwood, Sally
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Lodge, Henry Cabot, Sr.
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Lodge, Henry Cabot
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Lodge, Oliver
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London, Mr. and Mrs. Jack
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Lothian [Phillip Henry Kerr]
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Lowell, Abbott Lawrence
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Lowell, Amy
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Lucas, E.V.
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Lynd, Robert
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L[?], Charles W.
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M., E.J.
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Macauley, Rose
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MacKenzie, Jean K.
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McCord, David
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McFee, William
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McIntyre, Alfred R.
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MacLeish, Archibald
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[McReynolds, James Clark]
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Mansbridge, Albert
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Marie, Grand Duchess of Russia
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Mariett, Paul
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Marshall, Thomas R.
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Martin, Edward S.
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[Martinenzo?], E.
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Masefield, John
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Master, Edgar L.
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Maurice, F.
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Maurois, Andre
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Maxim, H.
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Mayo, Charles H.
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Merrick, Leonard
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Merriman, Roger B.
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Merton, Thomas James
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Meynell, Mrs. Wilfred T.
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Miller, Alice Doer
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Millis, Olga
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Mirman, Leon
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Mitchell, S. Weir
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Montague, C.E.
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Montague, Margaret Prescott
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Moore, Merrill
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Morgan, Edwin
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Morganthau, Henry
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Morrison, Samuel Eliot
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Morlae, E.
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Morley, Christopher
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Morley, Felix
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Morley, Frank V.
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Morley, John
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Morse, Bernard
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Muir, John
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Munsterberg, Hugo
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Murchie, Guy, Jr.
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Murfree, Mary N.
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Murray, Gilbert
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Nash, Paul
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Nathan, Robert
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Nevinson, Henry
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Nicholson, Meredith
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Newbolt, Henry
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A.E. Newton Collection of Louis E. Kahn

Newton, A. Edward

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Correspondence, 1913-1923
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Correspondence, 1924-1933
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Correspondence, 1934-1940
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Printed Material

Newton, E. Swift (re: A.E. Newton)

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Niebuhr, Reinhold

Nock, Albert J.

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"Quest of the Missing Link" (ms)
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"Free Speech and..." (ms)
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"Imposter Terms" (ms)
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"Bright Isle" (ms)
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"The Oxometer" (ms)
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"A Little Conservative" (ms)
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"If Only--" (ms)
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Nock, Samuel A.
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Nordhoff, Charles B.
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Northcliffe, Viscount (Harmsworth, Alfred Charles William)
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Norton, C.E.
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Norton, Eliot
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Norton, Richard
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Noyes, Alfred
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[N]oyen, V.
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O'Connor, Frank
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Oelwant, Alfred
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O'Faolain, Sean
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O'Malley, Mary
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O'Neill, Eugene
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Osland-Hill, Nora Waln
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Page, Arthur
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Page, Walter
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Palmer, Frederick
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Palmer, George Herbert
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Peabody, Endicott
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Pennell, Elizabeth R.
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Pennell, Joseph
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Perkins, Maxwell
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Perry, Bliss
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Perry, E.
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Pershing, John
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Phelps, William Lyon
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Phillippe, Louis
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Phillips, Stephen
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Plunkett, Sir Horace
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Post, Chandler R.
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Pound, Arthur
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Quiller-Couch, Sir Arthur
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Rawlings, Marjorie Kinnan
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Redfield, William C.
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Redlich, Josef
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Reinsch, Paul S.
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Rhodes, James
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Rich, Everett
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Richard, Laura
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Riis, Jacob A.
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Ripley, William Z.
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Ritchie, Anne
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Roberts, Kenneth L.
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Robertson, J.F.
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Robinson, Edward Arlington
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Rockefeller, John D., Jr.
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Roosevelt, Eleanor
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Roosevelt, Franklin Delano
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Roosevelt, Theodore
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Root, Eliha
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Rose, Hilda
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Royce, Josiah
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Russell, Bertrand
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II. Atlantic Monthly Special Subject Files

Arranged by subject.

The Atlantic Monthly Special Subject Files contain four sub-series regarding incidents related to Sedgwick's editorship, and which were extraordinary as per the nature of the Atlantic Monthly General Files.

Wilma Frances Minor and Opal Whiteley presented unusual material for publication in the Atlantic Monthly. Sedgwick supported their stories, the former regarding love letters of Abraham Lincoln and the latter a childhood diary, despite the controversies they caused.

Two other controversial issues raised in the magazine were the Spanish Civil War, of which Sedgwick's politics and subsequent stories he submitted made the Atlantic a forum for debate on the merits of the war, and Alfred E. Smith's candidature for nomination for the Presidency of the U.S.

The nature of these sub-series and the varied materials contained therein necessitated separation from the General Files.

A. Wilma Frances Minor, 1928-1960

Arranged chronologically.

In 1928, Wilma Frances Minor, a television interviewer and writer from California, presented to Sedgwick the opportunity to publish the story of a love affair, based on original letters between Abraham Lincoln and Ann Rutledge. Minor entrusted Sedgwick with the "original" love letters, from which she planned to write a book which would be serialized in the Atlantic Monthly. Upon publication of the first serial, Lincolniana specialists protested the authenticity of the letters. Work on the novel continued while Sedgwick contracted with California detective J.B. Armstrong to research the case. Teresa S. Fitzpatrick of the Atlantic Monthly staff was responsible for supervising the investigation. The letters were proven by experts to be forgeries, and in June 1929, Minor and her mother confessed to having created them. Minor claimed her mother was a psychic and that the spirits of Abe and Ann had commanded her to make their story known.

The sub-series is divided into three sections. Carton 13 contains Minor's correspondence with Sedgwick and his staff, and their correspondence with many people regarding the authenticity of the letters. Sedgwick retained the forgeries, which are stored in Carton 13 along with drafts of Minor's manuscript.

The correspondence and reports filed by Armstrong, and correspondence with Paul Angle, president of the Lincoln Centennial Association, are arranged alphabetically in Carton 13. Cartons 13 and 14 contain comments and inquiries regarding the serials and Sedgwick's research to authenticate the letters, from 1928-1929. This correspondence is in alphabetical order by year. Carton 14 also contains miscellaneous comments from 1949-1960 arranged alphabetically.

Correspondents of note include: Worthington Ford, Wayland A. Morrison, Ida Tarbell, Charles T. and William A. White. There is also correspondence with representatives from Rumford Press and Little, Brown & Co. regarding publication of Minor's book.

Carton 13SH 117W 0[Box 32]
General correspondence, 1928-1929
Carton 13SH 117W 0[Box 32]
Misc. materials, misc. ms notes
Carton 13SH 117W 0[Box 33]
Lincoln forgeries, manuscripts, clippings
Carton 13SH 117W 0[Box 34]
Detective's reports, comments, 1928-1929 (A-G)
Carton 14SH 117X 1[Box 35]
Comments, 1928-29 (H-Z)-1960

B. Alfred E. Smith / Charles C. Marshall, 1926-1929

Arranged chronologically.

This sub-series contains letters, newspaper clippings, and comments regarding an open-letter debate between Alfred E. Smith and Charles C. Marshall printed in the Atlantic Monthly in 1927.

There are six parts to this sub-series: General Correspondence, Charles C. Marshall Correspondence, Alfred E. Smith Correspondence, Miscellaneous, Publicity, and Comments, 1927-1928.

Charles C. Marshall, a New York attorney, wrote to Smith in 1927 challenging Smith's candidacy as a Democratic nominee for President of the U.S. Marshall charged that Smith, a Catholic, would have a conflict of interest which would impede his ability to fulfill the oath of office. Marshall's letter was printed by the Atlantic Monthly, which then became a forum for the controversy raised over a Roman Catholic running for President. (Non-Catholics feared that a Catholic in office would allow the Pope influence over U.S. government policies).

Among notable correspondents on this issue were: Bernard M. Baruch, Felix Frankfurter, Edmund F. Gibbons (the Bishop of Albany), Christian A. Herter, Judge Joseph M. Proskauer, Franklin D. Roosevelt, and Lillian D. Wald.

Carton 14SH 117X 1[Box 36]
Correspondence, 1926-29
Carton 14SH 117X 1[Box 36]
Publicity materials; comments, 1927-28

C. Spanish Civil War, 1938-1940

Arranged chronologically by subject.

This sub-series consists of one carton of materials regarding Sedgwick's interest in the Spanish Civil War, his trip to meet with General Francisco Franco in 1937, and articles written on the war.

The correspondence is divided into seven parts. Separate chronological files exist for Juan de Cardenas, the Spanish Consul; Winthrop Carter, whose son was missing in Spain in 1938; and the Marquis del Moral. There are folders of general correspondence and folders containing material relating to trip arrangements.

Comments about Sedgwick's politics and his articles were divided into pros and cons, and arranged in chronological order. Correspondents include: J. Roscoe Drummond, John H. Finley, J.D.M. Ford, W. Cameron Forbes, John A. Gade, and Sumner Welles.

Carton 15SH 117Y 2[Box 37]
Correspondence, 1938-40
Carton 15SH 117Y 2[Box 37]
Letters pro-ES articles,1938-39
Carton 15SH 117Y 2[Box 37]
Pamphlets, clippings

D. Opal Whiteley, 1915-1966

Arranged chronologically and by subject.

The bulk of the materials in this sub-series span 1918 through 1929, with additional materials continuing through 1959.

The materials relate to the publication of Opal Whiteley's book. The Story of Opal was serialized in the Atlantic Monthly from March through August of 1920, and published later that year by G. P. Putnam's Sons. The serials provoked many queries regarding the diary's authenticity, yet the story appealed to many people who became enamored of the little girl of the diary. Whiteley claimed to be the daughter of Prince Henri D'Orleans, and was allegedly raised by foster parents in an Oregon lumber camp. Belief in her story was widespread, and she was recognized by her late father's mother, the Duchess de Chartres. Whiteley adopted the family name, calling herself Francoise d'Orleans. She toured India as a princess of that country (where she had lived as a small child with her "real" parents) and was an honored guest among that country's noble families.

Sedgwick spent years corresponding with people who knew Whiteley to verify her story, whose authenticity he never renounced. His most extensive correspondence in this collection was with Whiteley and with Elbert Bede, publisher of Oregon's Cottage Grove Sentinel. Bede was his primary research associate on the project.

Sedgwick's correspondence with Whiteley, Bede, and the many people contacted regarding Whiteley's unusual childhood, are arranged chronologically in Carton 16. Cartons 16 and 17 consist of comments from Atlantic Monthly readers, arranged alphabetically by year. Other materials in Carton 17 include correspondence between Sedgwick and Barbara Ward of The Economist about a fund established to aid Whiteley who spent her last years in a mental institution; correspondence with G.P. Putnam's Sons (1920-1921); correspondence with lawyers of Vanity Fair in 1920; drafts of The Story of Opal; miscellaneous notes regarding the manuscript; notes on Whiteley's biography; and assorted printed materials. There are also folders of newspaper clippings.

Carton 16SH 117Z 3[Box 39]
Correspondence, 1918-1945
Carton 16SH 117Z 3[Box 40]
Comments, 1920-1929
Carton 17SH 1857 N[Box 41]
Comments, 1930-1959
Carton 17SH 1857 N[Box 41]
Opal Whiteley Fund
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G.P. Putnam's Sons
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Vanity Fair, 1920
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Article, Cottage Grove Sentinel, May 5, 1915
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Meeting with Sir Edward Grey
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Miscellaneous materials
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Miscellaneous printed materials
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Miscellaneous biographical materials
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Corrections for manuscript, n.d.
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"The Story of Opal" (drafts)
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Materials regarding her storys
Carton 17SH 1857 N[Box 41]

III. Personal Files, 1881-1969

Arranged alphabetically by individual, institution, or subject.

This series contains correspondence of a personal nature kept by Sedgwick, arranged alphabetically by correspondent, institution, or subject of correspondence. The materials in this series span 1881 to 1969, with the majority' from Sedgwick's later years at the Atlantic Monthly (1930s) and the first decade after his retirement (1940s). This series also contains letters of Catherine Maria Sedgwick (1820s) and C.F. Sedgwick (1879-1880).

Because Sedgwick established personal relationships with people associated with his editorship, there is an ambiguous nature to much of his correspondence. Correspondents for whom there were Atlantic Monthly files were moved unless the contents of the letters were purely personal, in which case the letters were left in the Personal Files.

The use of "personal" to describe the contents of this series refers to all non-Atlantic Monthly interests. Often this may be a vague distinction. Some, like Brown Brothers & Company, Sedgwick's stockbrokers, easily belong in this series. Others, such as correspondence with colleagues regarding membership in various men's clubs, are less clear because they may have had professional associations with Sedgwick as well. In this case, the letters are filed chronologically under the name of the club. Sedgwick's correspondents regarding candidature to the Century Association include Henry James, Pierre Jay, and Edward Forbes. Sedgwick's own candidature to England's Athenaeum provoked nominating letters from John Buchan, William Galsworthy, Elizabeth Haldane, Lord Dunsany, and Henry Newbolt. Sedgwick was also a member of Boston's Wednesday Evening Club.

The bulk of the correspondence in this series, contained in Cartons 17 and 18, refers to political, literary or personal issues. Sedgwick's professional advice was sought by many individuals on varied topics.

The series also contains subject files regarding Sedgwick's intervention on behalf of foreigners seeking assistance in order to leave war-torn Europe. Included in the file "Czechoslovakia" are letters of introduction used by Sedgwick in a 1937 trip to that country, and correspondence regarding P. Dobias, a student who sought asylum in the U.S. in 1939. The Harding/Hanfstaengl file contains correspondence regarding financial support of Egon Hanfstaengl, a German student at Harvard. Hanfstaengl, a distant cousin of Sedgwick, was the son of Hitler supporter Ernst Hanfstaengl, who spent World War II incarcerated in various concentration camps in England and Canada.

Also included in the Personal Files are correspondence with gardeners, book dealers, wine and cigar dealers, fund-raisers, and invitations to social events, none of which have been indexed.

The extensive list of correspondents in this series necessitated a set of criteria for creation of a selective name index. Correspondents indexed were chosen based on the number of letters or significant institutional, personal or professional affiliations. All members of the Sedgwick family were indexed, including the Rev. Theodore, W. Ellery and William Ellery, R. Minturn Sedgwick, Marjorie Russell Sedgwick and her daughter, Pamela Russell. Also included in this series are condolences sent to Mrs. Sedgwick in 1960. Letters of condolence from people for whom Atlantic Monthly files existed were moved to those files.

Carton 19 contains an assortment of materials, including essays written by Sedgwick about countries he visited, such as Greece, Portugal, Sicily, and Spain. His handwritten journals (travel diaries) of trips to Japan and South America between 1918 and 1936 are also in this carton. The diaries include addresses of contacts, daily activities, and impressions. These diaries were the basis for articles Sedgwick later submitted to the Atlantic Monthly.

Miscellaneous materials in Carton 19 include drafts of a manuscript history of the Field Family (a Stockbridge, MA, family) and notes on word ciphers labelled "William Shakespeare."

A. Correspondence

Carton 17SH 1857 N[Box 42]
Adams -- Fuller
Carton 18SH 1182 E[Box 43]
Garden Month-by-Month -- G.P. Putnam's Sons
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Rand -- Sedgwick
Carton 18SH 1182 E[Box 45]
Shattuck -- Y
Carton 19SH 1183 F[Box 46][Folder 1]
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Sedgwick, Ellery, "The American Conundrum"
Carton 19SH 1183 F[Box 46][Folder 3]
Greece, writings (1951)
Carton 19SH 1183 F[Box 46][Folder 4]
Miscellaneous notes
Carton 19SH 1183 F[Box 46][Folder 5-6]
Portugal, writings (n.d., 1950-54)
Carton 19SH 1183 F[Box 46][Folder 7]
"The Provencal Adventures of the Aunts of Jesus"
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Carton 19SH 1183 F[Box 46][Folder 9]
Carton 19SH 1183 F[Box 46][Folder 10]
Japan journals (1930)
Carton 19SH 1183 F[Box 46][Folder 11-15]
South America journals-- handwritten, typescript (1923)
Carton 19SH 1183 F[Box 46][Folder 16-18]
Travel Diaries: 1918, 1934, Japan 1936
Carton 19SH 1183 F[Box 46][Folder 19]
Miscellaneous notebooks

B. Personal Files--Miscellaneous

Carton 19SH 1183 F[Box 47][Folder 1-2]
Field Family
Carton 19SH 1183 F[Box 47][Folder 3]
William Shakespeare

IV. Professional Affiliations

Arranged by individual institutions.

Sedgwick's professional life was not limited to literary associations. As an influential figure in Boston, as well as in the literary world, he was asked to serve on numerous boards. He was a Trustee of the Groton School, located in Groton, Massachusetts, and the Boston Public Library. He was also an Overseer of Harvard University. His wife was appointed by Harvard's Board of Overseers to a special committee to overseer management of the Arnold Arboretum in Jamaica Plain. In addition, Sedgwick was a part-owner and Vice-President of the Rumford Press, which printed the Reader's Digest, among other publications. Included in this series also are files from his days as an associate editor at Youth's Companion.

A. Arnold Arboretum, 1949-1959

This sub-series is contained in Carton 19. The materials include correspondence, reports, and committee resolutions from 1950 through 1959, in chronological order.

These records apparently were kept by Marjorie Russell Sedgwick, because it was she who was a member of the Committee to Visit the Arnold Arboretum. The Arboretum, established in Jamaica Plain in 1880 as a 500-acre park, became Harvard's botanical gardens. The park is administered by Harvard University and the Boston Department of Parks and Recreation.

Mrs. Sedgwick, who was appointed to this committee by the Harvard Board of Overseers, served during a tense period. In 1953, the corporation which had been founded to raise money to support the Arboretum challenged Harvard University for control of the Arboretum. Included are letters from Mrs. Sedgwick and her husband, and "A Survey of the Controversy," by Professor Karl Sax.

Carton 19SH 1183 F[Box 48]
Correspondence, notes, 1949- 1959

B. Boston Public Library, 1936-1942

This sub-series spans 1936 through 1942, during which time Sedgwick served as a Trustee of the Boston Public Library. The papers are arranged by correspondent or subject of correspondence, and chronologically within these designations.

Cartons 20 ans 21 contain correspondence and library reports from Milton E. Lord, Director of the library. Other significant correspondents include: Frank W. Buxton; Wallace B. Donham, Dean of the Harvard Business School; Cardinal William O'Connell; John J. Hall, Esquire; and Louis E. Kirstein, of Filene's.

Other materials include reports of the library's Examining Committee, comptroller's reports, budget estimates, personnel reports and staff exams, reports of the Board of Director's meetings, and accountants reports from the estate of Josiah H. Benton, one of the library's benefactors.

Carton 20SH 1184 G[Box 49][Folder 1-2]
General correspondence, n.d., 1938-42
Carton 20SH 1184 G[Box 49][Folder 3-4]
Benton Bequest, n.d., 1937- 41
Carton 20SH 1184 G[Box 49][Folder 5]
Boston Library Club
Carton 20SH 1184 G[Box 49][Folder 6]
Donham, Dean Wallace
Carton 20SH 1184 G[Box 49][Folder 7]
Carton 20SH 1184 G[Box 49][Folder 8]
Mayor of Boston
Carton 20SH 1184 G[Box 49][Folder 9-12]
Staff (A-R)
Carton 20SH 1184 G[Box 49][Folder 13-14]
Trustees, Meetings, memoranda
Carton 20SH 1184 G[Box 49][Folder 15]
Buxton, Frank W.
Carton 20SH 1184 G[Box 49][Folder 16]
Hall, John L.
Carton 20SH 1184 G[Box 49][Folder 17]
Kirstein, Louis E.
Carton 20SH 1184 G[Box 49][Folder 18]
O'Connell, William Cardinal

Papers Concerning Milton E. Lord

Carton 20SH 1184 G[Box 50]
n.d., 1936-38
Carton 21SH 1185 H[Box 51]

C. Harvard University, 1927-1944

This sub-series contains correspondence and reports from 1929 to 1943, during which time Sedgwick served on the University's Board of Overseers, and as a member of the Committee on the Classics. Other things with which Sedgwick was involved include the University's Tercentenary celebration, the reunion of the Class of 1894, and the 1938 Nieman Fellowship awards.

Board of Overseers records are in Carton 21, as are General Correspondence and anniversary materials. Cartons 21 and 22 contain correspondence regarding Classics at Harvard and class reunions. Carton 22 also contains the fellowship awards papers and printed materials dated 1936-1940.

The bulk of the correspondence is with other members of the Board and the Committee on the Classics, including Philip R. Allen, John Nicholas Brown, W.S. Ferguson, Jerome D. Green, Fred B. Lund, Lewis Perry, W.K. Richardson, George S. Stevenson, Winthrop H. Wade, James P. Warburg, and Charles Warren.

Carton 21SH 1185 H[Box 52][Folder 1-5]
General Correspondence, 1937-43
Carton 21SH 1185 H[Box 52][Folder 6]

Board of Overseers

Carton 21SH 1185 H[Box 52][Folder 7-21]
Carton 21SH 1185 H[Box 52][Folder 1-7]
Carton 21SH 1185 H[Box 53][Folder 8]
Class of 1894, 1944 Reunion

Committee on the Classics

Carton 22SH 1186 I[Box 54]
Carton 22SH 1186 I[Box 55][Folder 1-10]
Carton 22SH 1186 I[Box 55][Folder 11-13]
Nieman Fellowships, 1938
Carton 22SH 1186 I[Box 55][Folder 14-16]
Printed Materials, 1936-40

D. Rumford Press, 1933-1945

This sub-series consists of correspondence, sales earnings reports, financial statements, and reports for stockholders for the Rumford Press of New Hampshire, from 1933-1945.

Sedgwick became a member of the Board of Directors in 1918, and was the company's first vice-President. He became particularly active in management of the company, which printed Reader's Digest and the Atlantic Monthly, after his retirement in 1939. An important topic of correspondence is the death of R. P. Weston, company president, the hiring of John G. Gerken as his replacement, and subsequent management problems. His primary correspondents include: company presidents John G. Gerken and R. P. Weston, and New Hampshire Senator George H. Moses.

Carton 22 contains chronological correspondence files for Gerken, Weston, and Moses. Carton 23 contains General Correspondence, Correspondence/Financial Statements, Sales and Earnings/Balance Sheets, and Prospects (potential printing jobs), all of which are arranged in chronological order. Carton 23 also contains chronological correspondence and reports concerning Stockholders from 1941 through 1945.

Carton 22SH 1186 I[Box 56][Folder 1-6]
Gerken, John G., 1943-45
Carton 22SH 1186 I[Box 56][Folder 7-12]
Moses, George H., 1943-45
Carton 22SH 1186 I[Box 56][Folder 13-16]
Weston, R.P., 1942-43
Carton 23SH 1187 J[Box 57][Folder 1]
General correspondence
Carton 23SH 1187 J[Box 57][Folder 2-6]
Correspondence/Financial statements, 1936-41
Carton 23SH 1187 J[Box 57][Folder 7-13]
Sales & earnings/Balance sheets, 1937-44
Carton 23SH 1187 J[Box 57][Folder 14-19]
Prospects, 1933-39


Carton 23SH 1187 J[Box 58]
Carton 23SH 1187 J[Box 59]

E. Groton School, 1944

This sub-series contains miscellaneous papers concerning Trustees and alumni of the Groton School of Groton, Massachusetts, of which Sedgwick was both. He graduated from Groton in 1890, was a teacher there from 1895-1896, and served as Trustee from 1909 to 1940. This file contains correspondence from 1944 only. Correspondents include John Crocker and Pierre Jay.

Carton 24SH 1188 K[Box 60][Folder 1]
Misc. materials, correspondence, 1944

F. Youth's Companion, 1898-1900

This sub-series consists of only a few folders of manuscripts submitted to Sedgwick as an assistant editor of the Youth's Companion from 1898 to 1900. He worked there from 1896-1900.

Correspondents include Eben C. Lamson and George S. Boutwell.

Carton 24SH 1188 K[Box 60][Folder 2-3]
Manuscripts submitted, 1898-1900

V. Publications, 1946-1947

Arranged chronologically and alphabetically by correspondent.

This series contains materials concerning publication of Sedgwick's two books: The Happy Profession (1946) and Atlantic Harvest (1947). Papers relating to Sedgwick's autobiography, The Happy Profession, are in Carton 24 and include the publication contract and alphabetical correspondence from 1946-48.

The correspondence in this series consists mainly of responses to The Happy Profession from people with whom Sedgwick had corresponded during his editorship. Included are: George Alger, Henry S. Canby, W. Cameron Forbes, E.M. Forster, Felix Frankfurter, James Norman Hall, Henry James, Thomas Lamont, William McFee, Margaret Prescott Montague, Leverett Saltonstall, and Edward A. Sumner.

Carton 24 also contains miscellaneous correspondence and notes for the Atlantic Harvest, a compilation of Sedgwick's favorite articles printed in the Atlantic Monthly, and published in 1947. Included are brief biographical sketches Sedgwick wrote about each author represented in his compilation.

Carton 24SH 1188 K[Box 61][Folder 1]
Contract for The Happy Profession
Carton 24SH 1188 K[Box 61][Folder 2]
Unidentified Letters
Carton 24SH 1188 K[Box 61][Folder 3-22]
Comments (A-Z)
Carton 24SH 1188 K[Box 62][Folder 1]
Atlantic Harvest, misc. correspondence and notes
Carton 24SH 1188 K[Box 62][Folder 2]
Introductory notes
Carton 24SH 1188 K[Box 62][Folder 3-8]
Notes (A-Z)

VI. Oversize

STORED ONSITE at E. Sedgwick (oversize)
Oversize Box

The scrapbook combines newspaper clippings about both books, from a wide variety of major American and English newspapers, from 1946-47.

Oversize Box
Oversize materials

The Oversize materials include: newspaper clippings about Sedgwick's publications, oversized magazine articles and graphics, and galley proofs removed from the Atlantic Monthly General Files.


See List of Photocopied Correspondence for more information.

5 boxes
STORED ONSITE at E. Sedgwick

Select Correspondent Index

The following index contains select individuals who corresponded with Ellery Sedgwick. The names were taken from all parts of the collection except from the Atlantic Monthly General Files. The index is presented in two parts: by name of correspondent and by institutional affiliation.

The index is a select one because of the great number of people with whom Sedgwick had contact. Individuals were selected for inclusion on the basis of quantity of correspondence and/or institutional or professional affiliation.

The correspondence for whom files exist in the Atlantic Monthly General Files are designated in the index with an asterisk (*) after their names.

This index should be used in conjunction with the series description and box list. The indexes refer to former box and folder numbers used prior to the transfer to record cartons for offsite storage. Users should refer to the new carton and barcode numbers for retrieval from offsite storage. Both sets of numbers are listed in the box list.

Name Institutional Affiliation Location(s)
Abbott, Katherine Boston Public Library 50.6
Adams, Charles Francis* 42.1
Adams, Samuel Hopkins 61.3
Agassiz, George R.* 52.8,9
Agassiz, Mabel 42.1
Albee, George 38 .1
Alden, John 53.8
Aldrich, William T. Boston Archdiocese 61.3
Alger, George W.* 42.13
Allen, Francis 61.3
Allen, Frederick Harper's Magazine 61.3
Allen, George 42.1
Allen, Philip R. Harvard Univ. 42.1
55.2, 7
Allison, Gordon H.V. Allison and Co. 42.1
Alperin, Ralph 61.3
Angle, Paul Lincoln Centennial Association 34.9-11
Appleton, William Sumner SPNEA 42.2
Armstrong, J.B. 34.1-7
Ashburn, Frank Brooks School 42.2
Ashe, James 34.12
Aswell, Mary Lou (See Chamberlain, Mary Lou)
Atkinson, Henry R. Boston Public Library 49.9
Auchincloss, Hugh 61 .3
Aydelotte, Frank 55.4
Bacon, Paul V. Allyn and Bacon 54.3
Badt, Kurt 42.4
Baker , G . Evert 39.8, 9
Bangs, Ruth Stockbridge Library 45.2
Barbour, Thomas* Wintersnight Club 45.10
Barker, Leslie 42.4
Barlow, Charles Lowell 61.4
Barr, Mark Athenaeum; Century Club 42.3, 4
Barrett, Oliver R. 34.13
Barton, William E. 32.8-10
Baruch, Bernard M.* 36.10
Bates, D.M. 61.4
Bates, Tia 42.4
Battenberg, M.H. Van H. 34.16
Baxter, James Phinney Williams College 42.4
Beach, Thomas, Sir William 42.5
Bede, Elbert* Cottage Grove Sentinel 39.5-35
Bell, Oliver L. Rumford Press 58.5, 6, 9
59.8, 12
Bennett, Katherine (Mrs. John) 42.5
Benson, John Howard 42.11
Best, Nolan R. 36.10
Bigelow, Albert F. 52.12
Bird, Charles Sumner 42.5
Blake, Harold H. 58.5-7, 9-10, 16
59.1-9, 13
Bolton, Charles K. 42.5
Bond, R.T. Dodd, Mead, and Co. 42.21
Boutwell, George S. 60.2
Bowra, C.M. 54.9
Boyden, Albert 42.6
Bradford, Edith Fiske 42.6
Bradley, Eleanor C. 44.25
Bridges, Styles U.S. Senator (N.H.) 44.25
Brown, John Nicholas Harvard Univ. 54.5, 9-10, 19
55.6, 8
Brown, Kenneth 43.6
Brown, Philip 37.8-9
Bryan, John Stewart Richmond Newspapers, Inc. 42.9
Buchan, John* Athenaeum 42.3
Bullock, Chandler 53.8
Burke, W.F. Bureau of Internal Revenue 59.11
Burlingham, Chares C. 42.9
Burnett, Earle M. 42.9
Burr, Allston 42.9
54.3, 5
Buxton, F.W. Boston Herald; Boston Public Library 49.15-17
Cabot, Frederick P. 36.11
Cabot, Godfrey 48.5
Cabot, Henry B. 39.7-8, 19
Cabot, Philip 42.10
Cabot, Richard C.* 39.26, 29-30, 32
Cabot, Samuel General Thomas Club 37.10
Cabot, Stephen P. 42.10
Canby, Henry S.* 36.11
Canfield, Cass Century Association 42.12
Canfil, Lloyd E. 42.11
Cardinas, Juan F. de Spanish Consulate 37.1-2
Carey, Arthur Graham 42.11
Carlson, Frank U.S. Congress (KS) 57.1
Carson, Bishop Harry Roberts 42.11
Carter, John F. 43.5-6
Carter, Winthrop 37.3
Castle, W.R. 52.21
Chamberlain, Mary Lou (Mrs. Thomas Doremus; Mrs. Aswell) Atlantic Monthly staff 42.2, 13-14
Chase, Adele (Mrs. Lewis Chase) 42.15
Chase, George H. Harvard Univ. 55.8
Cheever, David 61.5
Child, Henrietta 61.5
Choate, Mabel 42.15
Claflin, William H. 52.15
Claflin, Fanny Dwight Arnold Arboretum 48.2-3
Clark, Grenville 42.16
Clark, Henry C. 52.19
Clifford, Robert 42.16
Cloud, Dudley H.* 52.18
Cole, A.L. Reader's Digest 59.9-10
Conant, James B.* Harvard Univ. 52.2, 4-5, 9, 13, 19, 21
53.1-5, 11
54.11, 15-16
Conklin, Edmund S. Univ. Oregon 39.5, 8
Connick, Charles 42.17
Constable, Giles 44.24
Constable, W.G. Museum of Fine Arts 42.17
Converse, Florence 42.17
Conway, Martin Athenaeum 42.3
Coolidge, Charles A. Wintersnight Club 45.10
Cram, Ralph W.* The Democrat 45.10
Crane, Charles H. 61.5
Crane, Charles R. 42.17
Crane, Clinton H. 53.8
Crocker, John 60.1
Crowninshield, Frank* 61.5
Cummings, Charles K. 48.5
Curley, James Michael* 36.24
Curtis, Charles P.* 42.18
Curtis, Edith Roelker 42.18
Curtis, Gladys M. 42.18
Curtis, Lionel 42.18
Cutler, Robert 42.18
Daniel Hawthorne Natural History Magazine 57.16-17
Davis, Fred W. Rumford Press 58.2, 5
59.7, 14
Davis, Lincoln 42.20
Davis, Orlando C. Boston Public Library 49.8-9
Denison, Pearl 42.20
Derby, Richard 42.20
Dix, John A. Trinity Church, New York City 42.20
Dixon, James P. 43.18
Dobias, P. 42.19
Dodd, Edward H., Jr. Dodd, Mead, and Co. 42.21
Dodge, Alice R. (Bowditch) 42.21
Dodge, Robert G. 48.6
Domincovich, H.A.* Flying Moose Lodge 42.21
Donham, Wallace B. Harvard Business School 49.6, 9
Donnelly, H. 42.21
Douglas, Lloyd* 61.6
Douglas, Peggy 42.21
Dow, Sterling 55.9-10
Drummond, J. Roscoe Christian Science Monitor 37.14
Duce, Angel 42.21
Dunsany, Lord* (Edward John Morton Drax Plunkett) Athenaeum 42.3
d'Utassey, George 59.3
Dwight, Margaret C. (Mrs. H.W.) Stockbridge Library 42.21
Dyer, Henry C. 53.8
Dyson, Edward 42.21
Eaton, Walter Pritchard 61.7
Edgell, G. Harold Museum of Fine Arts 42.22
Edwards, Raymond D. Rumford Press 58.2-5, 5-6, 8, 11-13
Ellery, William 42.22
Elliott, Ellen British Workshop 42.6
Embree, Edwin 42.22
Endicott, William C. 40.8
Fairbank, Mrs. Kellogg 42.23
Fales, DeCoursey 55.5
Farley, J.W. Arnold Arboretum 48.2-4
Fay, Charles Norman Harvard '69 42.23
Feather, William 42.23
Ferguson, W.S. Harvard Univ. 52.19
Ferry, Ronald M. Harvard Univ. 42.23
Field, Henriette (Mrs. Edwin T. Rice) Harvard Univ. 42.23
Finley, John H.* New York Times 42.23
Finley, John H., Jr. 52.3, 18
13, 16-19
55.1-4, 6-7, 9-10
Fitz, Reginald 52.3, 13
53.2, 5
Fitzpatrick, Teresa S.* 32.12
Flanders, Ralph E. U. S. Senate (VT) 42.23
Foerster, Dr. F.W. 42.24
Forbes, Allan United War Fund 42.24
Forbes, Allyn K. Massachusetts Historical Society 42.24
Forbes, Amelia 42.24
Forbes, Edward W. Century Association; Fogg Museum of Art 42.1, 12, 24
Forbes, Miss Hoima 42.24
Forbes, Murray 61.8
Forbes, W. Cameron 37.9, 11, 14
Forbes, W. Stuart Rumford Press 42.25
Ford, J.D.M. 37.13-14, 16
Ford, Worthington 34.24
Forster, E.M.* 61.8
Foster, Sara E. NY Herald Tribune 61.8
Frankfuter, Felix* 36.13, 25
Frothingham, Robert 42.26
Fry, Margery (Mrs. Davis E. Burr) 42.26
Fukumoto, Fukuichi 42.26
Gade, John A. 37.18-19
Gallien, A. Gurnee Groton School 58.9
Galsworthy, John* 61.9
Galsworthy, William Athenaeum 42.3
Gardiner, Robert Hallowell 43.1
Gardner, G. Peabody, Jr. 52.15
Gerken, John G. Rumford Press 56.1-6
Gerte, Albert 43.1
Gibbons, Bishop Edmund F. 36.14
Gifford, Mrs. Augustus 43.2
Gildea, Miss W.B. 43.2
Goodman, H. Nelson Goodman-Walker Fine Arts 43.2
Green Robert M. 54.7
Greene, E.B. 43.3
Greene, Henry Copley 36.25
Greene, Jerome D. Century Association 42.12
52.2, 8, 12-16, 18-19
54.3-4, 12, 16
55.1, 11-13
Greene, Warren Rumford Press 58.1
59.4, 7
Greenslet, Ferris Houghton Mifflin 39.12
Gregory, Ernst Rumford Press 57.15-17
58.2-3, 9-11, 13, 16
59.1, 3-5, 7-8, 10-11
Grey, Hm. 44.25
Groot, Roy de 42.20
Grouitch, Mabel S. 61.9
Guerrier, Edith Massachusetts Library Association 49.9
Hackett, Francis 43.4
Haldane, Elizabeth Athenaeum 42.3
Hale, Worth Harvard Medical School 43.1
Hall, James Norman* 61.10
Hall, John L. Boston Public Library 43.4
Hambuechen, J.W. 54.8
Hamlen, E.P 43.4
Hammond, Mason 43.4
55.2, 8-9
Hanc, Josef Czechoslovakian Council 42.19
Hand, Augustus N. 54.13
Hand, Learned* 52.8
Hanfstaengl, Egon H. 43.6
Hanfstaengl, Ernst 43.5-6
Haraszti, Zoltan Boston Public Library 49.10
Hard, William 43.4
Harding, Francis A. 43.5-6
Harris, John G. 55.10
Hart, Merwin K. 37.10-12
Haskell, H.J 43.7
Hatch, Francis Whiting 43.7
Hawthorne, John 43.7
Hawthorne, John J. 55.3, 8
Hay, Logan Lincoln Centennial Association 34.11
Hayward, Nathan 52.7
Heeley, Allan V. Lawrenceville School 42.1
Hemenway, Harriett L. 61.10
Henderson, Gerald Republican Finance Committee 43.7
Hendrick, Burton J. 61.10
Hensley, Richard G. Boston Public Library 43.7
49 .11
Herter, Christian A.* 36.16, 25
Higginson, F.L. (Peter) 43.7
Higginson, F.W. 43.7
Hill, Edwin C. CBS 41.5
Hodapp, William C. Indiana Univ. 57.19
Hodgman, Burns P. Rumford Press 57.2, 15-17, 19
Hofer, Philip Harvard Univ. 43.8
Hoffman, Paul 43.8
Holmes, Henry W. 52.2, 10, 11
Hopkins, Ernest M. Dartmouth College 59.16
Hopkinson, Charles 61.10
Household, Geoffrey* 61.10
Howe, Mark A. DeWolfe* Atlantic Monthly staff 35.2
Howe, Quincy 43.8
Howe, Wallis E. 61.10
Howe, William Scott 43.8
Hudec, Karel 42.19
Hume, Alison Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer 43.8
Huntington, James 43.8
Jackman, J .R. Rumford Press 58.1, 15-16
59.1-6, 9-10, 13-16
Jackson, C.N. 54.4-8, 10-19
Jackson, Charles 61.11
Jackson, William A. 53.8
Jaeger, Werner 55.2, 3, 8
James, Alice 61.11
James, Frederika 44.25
James, Henry* Century Association 42.12
James, William* 61.11
Jaros, Ernest S. 43.9
Jay, N.D. 43.3
Jay, Pierre Century Association 42.12
Jenkins, Herbert L. Little, Brown and Co. 35.5
Jerreld, William J. 59.4
Johnson, Alvin 42.9
Johnson, Owen 36.26
Johnson, Walter 43.9
Judkins, Esther 43.9
Kabayama, Ayske Japanese Consulate General 43.10
Kawakami, K.K. 43.10
Keller, Carl T. 43.11
Kellogg, Frederic B. 43.11
Kelly, John Eoghan 37.11-12
Kenney, James W. Boston Public Library 49.12
Kent, H.W. 44.5
Kerr, Chester Office of War Information 43.11
Kimball, Fiske Philadelphia Museum of Art 43.11
King, William MacKenzie 61.14
Kirstein, Louis E. Boston Public Library; Filene's Sons Co. 42.23
Kittredge, G.L. 55.3
Krock, Arthur* New York Times 61.12
Kroda, Kiyoshi 43.11
Krumbhaar, E.B. 43.11
Kudner, Arthur 59.3, 4
Kuhn-Leitz, Elsie 43.11
Lally, Joseph M. 44.25
Lamont, Thomas* 52.5
Lamson, Eben C. 60.2
Lane, Robert E. 52.2
Langley, James M. Concord Daily Monitor 58.2, 9
Lee, George C. 61.12
Lee, Joseph 36.17
Lewis, John E. Rumford Press 58.2, 3
Lewis, Marvin McCord Reader's Digest 58.2
Lewis, Wilmarth Sheldon "Lefty" 43.12
Lewisohn, Sam A. 43.12
Lippman, Walter* NY Herald Tribune 52.19
55.11, 12
Littell, Robert Century Association 42.12
Livingstone, Sir Richard Corpus Christi College; Oxford 43.13
54.9, 18
Lockwood, John 44.24
Lockwood, Mrs. John E.; "Netta" (Henrietta Sedgwick) 43.13
Lockwood, Sally 43.13
Lord, Milton E. Boston Public Library 49.8-9,14
Lord, Robert H. 51.5-6
Loring, Charles G. 43.13
Lowes, Marvin McCord Reader's Digest 43.13
Luce, Stephen B. 54.5, 6, 18
Lund, Fred B. Harvard Univ. 54.6, 10
55.1, 2
Lyman, Theodore Wintersnight Club 45.10
Lyon, Cecil 61.13
Lyon, G. American Embassy, Chile 43.13
MacGregor, Charles D. 59.6
Mack, Julian W. 52.8
MacMillan, William 43.14
Makewell, Lee W. Youth Today 58.7
Marquand, Christine 43.14
Marquand, John 44.24
Marsters, A.A. "Buzz" 61.14
Martin, Edward S.* 40.14
Martin, George W. 54.13
Marvin, Langdon P. 53.5
Mathews, William R. Arizona Daily Star 43.16
Maurice, Sir Frederick 43.17
Mayer, A. Hyatt Metropolitan Museum of Art 43.17
McAloney, S. Holt Story 57.19
McCord, David 52.2
McCormick, Ada Letter from America 43.17
McFee, William* 61.14
McIntyre, Alfred R. Little, Brown and Co. 32.13
McNamara, John F. House Beautiful 32.5
McSweeney, Edward 59.4, 5
Meiklejohn, Peter Boston City Hospital 42.5
Mencken, Henry L. 61.15
Merriman, Roger B.* 52.10
Merryweather, George 43.17
Merz, Charles Century Association 42.12
Metaxa, Countess Ina 43.17
Metcalf, K.D. Harvard Univ. 52.3, 5
Minor, Wilma Frances 32.1-16
Minot, James 43.18
44. 24
Montague, Gilbert H. 43.18
Montague, Margaret Prescott* 61.15
Moore, Charles 52.3
Moral, Marquis del 37.4-5, 14
Morgan, Arthur 43.18
Morgan, Henry S. 43.18
Morrison, Wayland A. 35.8
Morton, J.M 52.9
Moses, George H. Rumford Press; U.S.Senator (NH) 56.7-12
58.1-2, 4-12, 16
Murchic, Guy 61.15
Murray, Mary Athenaeum 42.3
Neill, Esther W. (Mrs. Charles P.) 61.16
Newbolt, Henry* Athenaeum 42.3
Newton, Caroline 43.19
Newton, E. Swift 62.7
Niemeyer, Helen 43.6
Nock, Arthur 55.10
Nordhoff, Charles* 61.22
0'Brien, Robert 43.19
O'Connell, William (Cardinal) Boston Archdiocese 49.20
Ogilby, R.B. Trinity College 54.14
Osland-Hill, Nora Waln 42.19
Owen-Porter, Marion 43.19
Owens, Olga Boston Sunday Post 61.17
Page, Arthur 61.18
Paine, Richard C. Century Association 42.12
Paine, Robert Treat II 43.20
Palmer, Paul Reader's Digest 61.18
Palmer, Walter W. Century Association 42.12
Park, Charles F. First Church in Boston 43.21
Parkhurst, Lewis 43.21
Parkman, Francis St.Mark's School 43.21
Parkman, Henry Jr. Boston Public Library 49.8
Patterson, G.A. Rumford Press 35.16
Patterson, Mary Bonner 43.22
Peabody, Elizabeth R. Groton School 61.18
Peabody, Endicott* 43.22
Peabody, N.J. Atlantic Publications 32.6, 8, 11, 14
34.3, 4
Peabody, W. Rodman 55.3
Peare, R.S. 58.10
Pearson, Thomas 61.18
Pease, Arthur Stanley 54.7-8
55.2, 8
Peattie, Roderick 43.23
Penick, Margaret H.D. 43.23
Perkins, John F. 43.23
Ferry, Bliss* 43.23
Ferry, James deW. 52.10
Perry, Lewis Phillips Exeter Academy 43.24
54.5, 10, 17
55.2, 8
Petchey, Arthur J. Wednesday Evening Club 45.8
Peterson, Carl C. 36.19
Phillips, Caroline 43.24
Phillips, William 43.24
Pier, Arthur S. Saint Paul's School 43.24
Pierce, Evelyn 43.25
Plunkett, Edward John Moreton Drax (SEE Dunsany, Lord)
Polk, Frank L. 43.25
Pound, Arthur 61.18
Prescott, Kate H. (Mrs. William H.) 61.18
Price, Lucien Boston Globe 43.25
Pringle, Henry F. 43.6
Proskauer, Joseph M. 36.19, 27
Prouty, Lewis I. 43.25
Purvis, Donn Deputy of State, Washington 61.18
Pusey, Nathan 43.25
Putnam, George Haven Athenaeum 42.3
Rand, E. Ken Harvard Univ. 44.1
52.2, 5, 9, 18
54 .3, 5-9, 11,16-19
55.1-4, 6-9
Ratcliffe, S.K. 61.19
Read, Herbert 44.1
Reilly, Walter S. Atlantic Publications 32.14, 15
Richards, Dorothea (Mrs. Ivor) 44.25
Richards, Henry H. 61.19
Richards, Ivor A. Harvard Univ. 44.2-4, 25
Richardson, W.K. Harvard Univ. 44.5
54.6, 10, 13, 15, 17
55.1, 2, 5, 8
Rogers, Alan S. 44.25
Roosevelt, Franklin D.* 36.20
Rorimer, James J. Metropolitan Museum of Art 44.5, 24
Rossitor, W.S. Rumford Press 35.16
Rublee, George 44.3
61 .19
Rublee, Juliet Barrett 44.5
Rublee, Mary Lowell (Mrs. George) 40.17
Rundlet, Charles T. Rumford Press 58.1, 3, 6-11, 16
59.3, 5, 11
Russell, Elizabeth 44.24
Russell, Pamela 44.6-9A
Ryan, James H. Catholic Univ. 36.20
Sachs, Paul J. Fogg Art Museum 52.11
Sagendorph, Robb Yankee 57.19
Saltonstall, Leverett 52.3, 20
Sarton, George 44.10
Sarton, May 44.10, 24
Scaife, Roger L. Little, Brown and Co. 44.11
61 .20
Sedgwick, Alexander C. "Shan" 44.13, 24, 25
Sedgwick, C.F. 44.14
Sedgwick, Cabot 44.15
Sedgwick, Catherine Maria 44.16
Sedgwick, Ellery 44.17-19
62 .1
Sedgwick, H.D. 61.20
Sedgwick, Harold 61.20
Sedgwick, Helen (Mrs. R. Minturn) 61 .20
Sedgwick, Henrietta "Net" 44.20,25
Sedgwick, Henry D. 44.21
Sedgwick, Hubert M. 44.23
Sedgwick, Marjorie 44.24
Sedgwick, R. Minturn 44.26
61 .20
Sedgwick, Sally (Mrs. W. Ellery) 44.27
Sedgwick, Theodore 44.28
Sedgwick, Theodore Jr. 61.20
Sedgwick, W. Ellery 44.29
Sedgwick, William Ellery 44.30
Shattuck, George C. 45.1
Shaw, G. Howland Century Association 42.12
Shaw, Thomas S. 45.1
Sheldon, William 44.24
Shepard, Brooks 61.20
Shurcliff, Margaret H. (Mrs. Arthur) Boston Public Library 51.18
Simpson, Gordon 32.15
34.2, 7
Smith, Glanville 61.21
Snyder, D.B. Atlantic Monthly Pub. 45.1
Sprague, Albert A. 52.11
Sprague, Oliver 53.8
Stearns, Foster House of Rep. (NH) 59.2-3, 10, 12-13
Steed, William Athenaeum 42.3
Stevenson, George S. Harvard Univ. 45.2
54.11, 17
55.2, 8
Stokes, Anson Phelps 36.21
Stone, Marshall H. 52.20
Stratton, Samuel S. Middlebury College 61.21
Strong, F.R. Rumford Press 57.15, 16
58.2, 3, 11
Strong, Mrs. Nelson Edward 61.21
Sullivan, Mark* 36.21
53 .7
Sumner, Edward A. 45.2, 3
Sureto, Henry C. Century Association 42.12
Swan, Joseph R. 45.3
Swope, Gerard 61.21
Takaishi, Shingoro Japanese embassy 45.4
Takase, Tsuto Japan Board of Tourist Industry 45.4
Tarbell, Ida 35.20
Thoby-Marcelin, Philippe 45.5
Tomita, Kojiro Museum of Fine Arts 45.5
Tremaine, Morris S. New York State Comptroller 36.18
Trevelyan, S. M. Athenaeum 42.3
Udal, N. R. Athenaeum 42.3
Urrutia, Fernando 37.10
Van Doren, Irita NY Herald Tribune 43.7
Verduin, Arnold R. 42.19
Wade, Winthrop Harvard Univ. 52.8-10, 12, 13
54 .3
Wadsworth, Eliot Boston Public Library 50.10
Wald, Lillian D.* 36.1
Walker, Roosevelt 45.6
Wallace, Dewitt Reader's Digest 45.6
Walsh, Mary R. 45.6
Wand, Lady Jean 44.25
Warburg, James P. Harvard Univ. 54.11, 15, 17
55.1, 2, 5, 8
Ward, Barbara The Economist 41.24
Warren, Charles Harvard Univ. 52.2, 3, 11, 12, 16
Warren, Joseph 45.6
Washburn, Brad 44.24
Washburn, Henry B. 44.25
Washburn, Reginald Rumford Press 53.8
Washburn, Robert 45.7
Wayman, Dorothy F. 45.7
Webb, Van 45.7
Weeks, Edward A. 32.4
Weeks, Edward A. 48.2, 3
Welch, Mrs. Richard E. 44.25
Welles, Sumner 37.13
Westcott, Marian 43.2
Weston, R.P. Rumford Press 56.13-16
58.2-4, 6-16
Whatmough, Joshua 55.9
Wheeler, John N. 37.13, 14
Whicher, George F. 45.9
White, Eva W. 49.8
White, William A. Emporia Gazette 35.27
White, William L. Gazette 61.23
Whittemore, Lawrence F. Boston and Maine RR 59.11-12, 16
Whittemore, Louis 45.9
Whittier, John M. 52.2
Wigglesworth, Richard B. 45.5
Williams, Lewis B. 43.4
Williams, Sydney M. Harvard Univ. 52.1-3
Wilson, Kenneth Reader's Digest 61.23
Wilson, Robert Cade 58.9
Windolph, F. Lyman 45.9
Wolcott, Oliver 48.1, 5
Walcott, Samuel H. 52.11
Woodworth, Herbert G. 54.5, 10
Wortham, H.E. Athenaeum 45.12
Wyzanski, Charles E., Jr. 44.24
Yamaguchi, H.S.K. 45.12
Yardley, Arthur W. 59.2, 4, 10, 12-13
Zuber, Osborn 55.18
Institutional Affiliation Name Location(s)
Alfred A. Knopf Inc. 43.11
Allyn and Bacon Bacon, Paul V. 54.3
American Embassy, Chile Lyon, G. 43.13
American Library in Paris (SEE Sumner, Edward A.)
Arizona Daily Star Mathews, Williams R. 43.16
Arnold Arboretum Clark, Fanny Dwight (Mrs. Grenville Clark) 48.2, 3
Farley, J.W. 48.2-4
Athenaeum 42.3
Barr, Mark 42.3-4
Buchan, John* 42.3
Conway, Martin 42.3
Dunsany, Lord* (Edward John Moeton Drax Plunkett) 42.3
Galsworthy, William 42.3
Haldane, Elizabeth 42.3
Murray, Mary 42.3
Newbolt, Henry* 42.3
Putnam, George Haven 42.3
Steed, William 42.3
Trevelyan, S.M. 42.3
Udal, N.R. 42.3
Wortham, H.E. 45.12
Atlantic Monthly staff Chamberlain, Mary Lou (Mrs. Thomas Doremus; Mrs. Aswell) 42.2, 13-14
Howe, Mark A. DeWolfe* 35.2
Atlantic Publications Peabody, N.J. 32.6, 8, 11, 14
Reilly, Walter S. 32.14-15
Snyder, D.B. 45.1
Boston and Maine R.R. Whittemore, Lawrence F. 59.11-12, 16
Boston Archdiocese Aldrich, William T. 61.3
O'Connell, William (Cardinal) 49.20
Boston City Hospital Meiklejohn, Peter 42.5
Boston Globe Price, Lucien 43.25
Boston Herald Buxton, F.W. 49.15-17
Boston Public Library Abbott, Katharine 50.6
Atkinson, Henry R. 49.9
Buxton, F.W. 49.15-17
Davis, Orlando C. 49.8-9
Hall, John L. 43.4
Haraszti, Zoltan 49.10
Hensley, Richard G. 437
Kenney, James W. 49.12
Kirstein, Louis E. 42.23
Lord, Milton E. 49.8-9, 14
Parkman, Henry, Jr. 49.8
Shurcliff, Margaret H. (Mrs. Arthur) 51.15
Wadsworth, Eliot 50.10
Boston Suday Post Owens, Olga 61.17
British Broadcasting Corporation 42.6
British Workshop 42.6
Elliott, Ellen 42.6
Brooks School Ashburn, Frank 42.2
Brown Brother and Co. (Stockbroker) 42.7-8
Bureau of Internal Revenue Burke, W.F. 59.11
Catholic Univ. Ryan, James H. 36.20
CBS Hill, Edwin C. 41.5
Century Association 42.12
Barr, Mark 42.3-4
Canfield, Cass 42.12
Forbes, Edward W. 42.1, 12, 24
Greene, Jerome D. 42.12
52.2, 8, 12-16, 18-19
54.3-4, 12, 16
55.1, 11-13
James, Henry* 42.12
Jay, Pierre 42.12
Littell, Robert 42.12
Merz, Charles 42.12
Paine, Richard C. 42.12
Palmer, Walter W. 42.12
Shaw, G. Howland 42.12
Sureto, Henry C. 42.12
Christian Science Monitor Drummond, J. Roscoe 37.14
Concord Daily Monitor Langley, James M. 58.2, 9
Corpus Christi College, Oxford Livingstone, Sir Richard 43.13
54.9, 18
Cottage Grove Sentinel Bede, Elbert* 39.5-35
Czechoslovakian Consul Hanc, Josef 42.19
Dartmouth College Hopkins, Ernest M. 59.16
Democrat, The Cram, Ralph W.* 40.6
Deputy of State, Washington Purvis, Donn 61.18
Dodd, Mead and Co. Bond, R.T. 42.21
Dodd, Edward H., Jr. 42.21
Doubleday (SEE Theodore Sedgwick) 42.21
Economist, The Ward, Barbara 41.24
Emporia Gazette White, William A. 35.27
Filene's Sons Co. (SEE Kirstein, Louis E.)
First Church in Boston Park, Charles E. 43.21
Flying Moose Lodge Domincovich, H.A.* 42.21
Fogg Art Museum Sachs, Paul J. 52.11
Fogg Museum of Art Forbes, Edward W. 42.1, 12, 24
Forever Amber 42.26
Forness and Morgan 42.26
Garden Month by Month 43.1
Gazette White, William L. 61.23
General Thomas Club Cabot, Samuel 37.10
Goodman-Walker Fine Arts Goodman, H. Nelson 43.2
Groton School Gallien, A. Gurnee 58.9
Peabody, Elizabeth R. 61.18
H.V. Allison and Co. Allison, Gordon 42.1
Harper and Brothers Publishers 35.1
Harper's Magazine Allen, Frederick 61.3
Harvard '69 Fay, Charles Norman 42.23
Harvard Business School Donham, Wallace B. 49.6, 9
Harvard Medical School Hale, Worth 43.1
Harvard Univ. Allen, Philip R. 42.1
55.2, 7
Brown, John Nicholas 54.5, 9-10, 19
55.6, 8
Chase, George H. 55.8
Conant, James B.* 52.2, 4-5, 9, 13, 19, 21
53.1-6, 11
54.11, 15-16
Ferguson, W.S. 52.19
Ferry, Ronald M. 42.23
Hofer, Philip 43.8
Lund, Fred B. 54.6, 10
Metcalf, K.D. 52.3, 5
Rand, E. Ken 44.1
52.2, 5, 9, 18
53.1, 6, 8
54.3, 5-9, 11, 16-19
55.1-4, 6-9
Richards, Ivor A. 44.2-4, 25
Richardson, W.K. 44.5
54.6, 10, 13, 15, 17
55.1-2, 5, 8
Stevenson, George S. 45.2
54.11, 17
55.2, 8
Wade, Winthrop 52.8-10, 12-13
Warburg, James P. 54.11, 15, 17
55.1-2, 5, 8
Warren, Charles 52.2-3, 11-12, 16
Williams, Sydney M. 52.1-3
Houghton Mifflin Greenslet, Ferris 39.12
House Beautiful McNamara, John F. 32.5
House of Rep. (N.H.) Stearns, Foster 59.2-3, 10, 12-13
Indiana Univ. Hodapp, William C. 57.19
Japan Board of Tourist Industry Takase, Tsuto 45.4
Japan Institute 43.9
Japanese Consulate General Kabayama, Ayske 43.10
Japanese embassy Takaishi, Shingoro 45.4
Lawrenceville School Heeley, Allen V. 42.1
Letter from America McCormick, Ada 43.17
Lincoln Centennial Association Angle, Paul 34.9-11
Hay, Logan 34.11
Little, Brown and Co. 35.5
Jenkins, Herbert L. 35.5
McIntyre, Alfred R. 32.13
Scaife, Roger L. 44.11
MacMillan Co. of Canada 42.6
Massachusetts Historical Society Forbes, Allyn K. 42.24
Massachusetts Library Association Guerrier, Edith 49.9
Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Hume, Allison 43.8
Metropolitian Museum of Art Mayer, A. Hyatt 43.17
Rorimer, James J. 44.5, 24
Middlebury College Stratton, Samuel S. 61.21
Museum of Fine Arts Constable, W.G. 42.17
Edgell, G. Harold 42.22
Tomita, Kojiro 45.5
Natural History Magazine Daniel, Hawthorne 57.16-17
New York State Comptroller Tremaine, Morris S. 36.18
New York Times Finley, John H.* 37.13-14
Krock, Arthur* 61.12
Nieman Foundation for Journalism 43.19
New York Herald Tribune Foster, Sara E. 52.11
Lippman, Walter* 52.19
Van Doren, Irita 43.7
Office of War Information Kerr, Chester 43.11
Philadelphia Museum of Art Kimball, Fiske 43.11
Phillips Exeter Academy Perry, Lewis 43.24
54.5, 10, 17
55.2, 8
Reader's Digest Cole, A.L. 59.9-10
Lewis, Marvin McCord 58.2
Lowes, Marvin McCord 43.13
Palmer, Paul 61.18
Wallace, Dewitt 45.6
Wilson, Kenneth 61.23
Republican Finance Commitee Henderson, Gerald 43.7
Richmond Newspapers, Inc. Bryan, John Stewart 42.9
Royal Institute of International Affairs Curtis, Lionel 42.18
Rumford Press Bell, Oliver L. 58.5-6, 9
59.8, 12
Davis, Fred W. 58.2, 5
59.7, 14
Edwards, Raymond D. 58.2-3, 5-6, 8, 11-13
Forbes, W. Stuart 42.25
Gerken, John G. 56.1-6
Greene, Warren 58.1
59.4, 7
Gregory, Enrst 57.15-17
58.2-3, 9-11, 13, 16
59.1, 3-5, 7-8, 10-11
Hodgman, Burns P. 57.52, 15-17, 19
Jackman, J.R. 58.1, 15-16
59.1-6, 9-10, 13-16
Lewis, John E. 58.2-3
Moses, George H. 56.7-12
58.1-2, 4-12, 16
Patterson, G.A. 35.16
Rossitor, W.S. 35.16
Rundlet, Charles T. 58.1, 3, 6-11, 16
59.3, 5, 11
Strong, F.R. 57.15-16
58.2-3, 11
Washburn, Reginald 53.8
Weston, R.P. 56.13-16
58.2-4, 6-16
Saint Paul's School Pier, Arthur S. 43.24
Spanish Consulate Cardinas, Juan F. de 37.1-2
SPNEA Appleton, William Sumner 42.2
St. Mark's School Parkman, Francis 43.21
Stockbridge Library Bangs, Ruth 45.2
Dwight, Margaret C. (Mrs. H.W.) 42.21
Story McAloney, S. Holt 57.19
Trinity Church, NYC Dix, John A. 42.20
Trinity College Ogilby, R.B. 54.14
U.S. Congress (KS) Carlson, Frank 57.1
U.S. Congress (NH) Bridges, Styles 57.1
Moses, George R. 56.7-12
58.1-2, 4-12, 16
US Senate (VT) Flanders, Ralph E. 42.23
United War Fund Forbes, Allan 42.24
Univ. Oregon Conklin, Edmund S. 39.5, 8
Wednesday Evening Club 45.8
Petchey, Arthur J. 45.8
Williams College Baxter, James Phinney 42.4
Wintersnight Club 45.10-11
Barbour, Thomas* 45.10
Coolidge, Charles A. 45.10
Lyman, Theodore 45.10
Yankee Sagendorph, Robb 57.19
Youth Today Makewell, Lee W. 58.7

List of Photocopied Correspondence from General Files

The following is an alphabetical list of those correspondents for whom there are photocopies of their correspondence found the Atlantic Monthly General Files. This list should be consulted by the librarian for the letters for which readers should use the photocopies and not the original letters. Although a correspondent may be listed here, this does not mean that every letter written by that person has been photocopied. The librarian should consult the container list for the AM General Files and the index to find all correspondence for a given person and those letters should be compared against the copies to be sure that they have all been copied. If so, only the copies should be given to the researcher.

The photocopies are in found in the boxes which remain onsite.

Louis Adamic (Clarence Darrow) (4)
Jane Addams (1915-1931) (18)
George R. Agassiz (1914-1922) (10)
Conrad Aiken (1915) (4)
George Arliss (1922-1923, 1930) (8)
Hon. H. H. Asquith (1919) (1)
Earl Arthur James Balfour (1922) (1)
Thomas Barbour (1919-1945) (12)
James M. Barrie (1932) (2)
Bernard M. Baruch (1921-1940) (31)
H. E. Bates (1929-1945) (10)
Lord Beaverbrook (1924-1928) (3)
William Rose Benet (1915-1934) (11)
Arnold Bennett (1916-1928) (6)
Louis Bromfifeld (1924) (1)
Van Wyck Brooks (1921-1940) (21)
John Buchan (1917-1935) (22)
Pearl Buck (1922-1934) (13)
Harvey H. Bundy (1928) (2)
Ben Lucien Burman (1926) (3)
Witter Bynner (1922-1934) (6)
Admiral Richard E. Byrd (1938) (2)
Henry S. Canby (1914-1940) (34)
Willa Cather (1922-1932) (18)
Lord David Cecil (1932-1938) (9)
John Jay Chapman (1914) (11)
Lord Charnwood (1918-1941)
Mary Ellen Chase (1920-193) (33)
Sir Winston Churchill (1914-1917) (4)
Padraic Colum (1923; 1935-1940) (3)
James Bryant Conant (1935-1940) (6)
Cyril Connolly (1936) (3)
C. T. Copeland (1915-1935) (8)
A. E. Coppard (1921, 1922, 1924) (3)
James Gould Cozzens (1920-1925) (4)
Harry & Caresse Crosby (1925) (2)
S. M. Crothers (1911) (1)
Frank Crowninshield (1915-1931) (20)
James M. Curley (1930-1934) (4)
Charles P. Curtis, Jr. (1927) (1)
Harvey Cushing (1916-1936) (22)
Richard Ely Danielson (1920-1922)
Walter De La Mare (1915) (1)
Salvador De Madariage (1928)
Bernard De Voto (1926) (3)
John Dewey (1921) (2)
Ruth Draper (1932) (3)
Theodore Dreiser (1919) (2)
John Foster Dulles (1935) (5)
Lord Dunsany (1919-1957) (43)
Will Durant (1926) (4)
Charles W. Eliot (1915-1925) (31)
Dorothy Canfield Fisher (1915-1937) (25)
Abraham Flexner (1914-1934) (27)
E. M. Forster (1933) (1)
Douglas S. Freeman (1935) (5)
Felix Frankfurter (1916-1943) (70)
Robert Frost (1915, 1916, 1927, 1936) (14)
Claude Fuess (1919-1942) (47)
John Galsworthy (1924-1931) (12)
Edward Garnett (1914-1917) (16)
A. Hamilton Gibbs (1919-1933) (9)
Joseph Grew (1933) (1)
Viscount Grey (1919-1920) (4)
Albert Guerard (1922-1933) (19)
Henry Rider Haggard (1921) (1)
William Wister Haines (1934-1941) (5)
Edith Hamilton (1916-1929) (9)
Judge Learned Hand (1930) (1)
B. H. Liddell Hart (1925-1933)
Childe Hassam (1929, 1914) (2)
Roland Hayes (1942) (1)
A. P. Herbert (1927) (6)
Christian A. Herter (1919-1941) (13)
Heyward DuBose (1921-1931) (12)
Robert Hillyer (1922-1937) (9)
James Hilton (1934-1942) (16)
Herbert Hoover (1927, 1936-1938) (4)
Gerard Hopkins (1916) (2)
A. E. Housman (1926) (1)
Mark A. DeWolfe Howe (1915-1945) (49)
William Dean Howells (1915-1919) (20)
Cordell Hull (1924, 1937, 1939) (5)
Julian Huxley (1929-1932) (9)
MacKinley Kantor (1935-1936) (4)
McKenzie King (1919) (1)
Rudyard Kipling (1919) (1) + (7) notes
George Lyman Kittredge (1920-1937) (11)
Frank Knox (1941) (1)
Christopher LaFarge (1927-1940) (7)
Oliver LaFarge (1927-1940) (7)
Walter Savage Landor (1924) (2)
Owen and Eleanor Lattimore (1926-1934) (7)
Mary Lavin (1939-1941) (7)
Stephen Leacock (1919) (2)
Sinclair Lewis (1915, 1936) (3)
Vachel Lindsay (1921-1928) (5)
Walter Lippmann (1918-1939) (43)
Henry Cabot Lodge, Sr. (1917) (1)
Henry Cabot Lodge, Jr. (?) (1)
Mr. and Mrs. Jack London (1916-1917) (6)
A. Lawrence Lowell (1915-1934) (15)
Amy Lowell (1914-1925) (38)
E. V. Lucas (1918-?) (5)
Rose Macaulay (1938-1944) (16)
David McCord (1922-1932) (6)
Alfred R. McIntyre (1927-1946) (16)
Archibald McLeish (1917-1935) (11)
John Masefield (1915-1926) (10)
Andre Naurois (1925, 1931) (4)
Charles Mayo (1924) (1)
Roger B. Merriman (1937) (1)
Thomas James Merton (1940-1941) (3)
Alice Duer Miller (1915) (1)
Margaret Prescott Montague
Merrill Moore (inscribes POEMS, 1922-1926)
Henry Morgenthau (1931) (3)
Samuel Eliot Morison (1918-1942) (23)
Christopher Morley (1915-1944) (35)
Guy Murchie, Jr. (1916, 1930) (2)
Robert Nathan (1934) (2)
Reinhold Niebuhr (1916-1930) (23)
Eliot Norton (1930, 1932) (2)
Alfred Noyes (1915, 1921) (2)
Frank O'Connor (1930, 1931) (2)
Alfred Ollivant (1916) (1)
Eugene O'Neill (1932) (1)
Endicott Peabody (1918, 1931, 1933, 1939) (4)
Maxwell Perkins (1928-1933) (4)
Bliss Perry (1915-1943) (26)
General John Pershing (1922) (1)
William Lyon Phelps (1920-1930) (9)
Arthur Pound (1918-1944) (49)
Chandler R. Post (1925) (1)
Marjorie Kinnan Rawlings (1931, 1920) (2)
Agnes Repplier (1914-1938) (86)
Kenneth L. Roberts (1922) (1)
Edward Arlington Robinson (1915-1929) (13)
John D. Rockefeller, Jr. (1915-1933) (14)
Franklin Delano Roosevelt (1921-1932) (4)
Theodore Roosevelt (1927) (1)
Hilda Rose (1924-1937) (several)
Eugene Rosenstock-Huessy
Bertrand Russell (1915-1937) (42)
Leverett Saltonstall 1932) (1)
Carl Sandburg (1922-1927) (8)
George Santayana (1920) (1)
Harlow Shapley (1936-1945) (5)
Dallas Lore Sharp (1915-1925) (23)
Margery Sharp (1928) (2)
Vincent Sheean (1925-1950) (17)
Robert Sherwood (1936) (1)
Andre Sigfried (1927-?) (18)
Otis Skinner (1922, 1932) (2)
Alfred Smith (1930) (1)
Betty Smith (1942) (2)
Logan Pearsal Smith (1936-1944) (45)
Julia M. Sothern & E. H. Sothern (1917) (4)
Theodore Spencer (1932, 1943) (2)
Edward R. Stettinius (1934) (1)
Lytton Strachey (1918-1929) (3)
Anne Sullivan (Macy) (1933) (1)
William H. Taft (1925-1929) (5)
Rabindranath Tagore (1929) (3)
Booth Tarkington (1922) (1)
Francis Henry Taylor (1935) (2)
Albert Payson Terhune (1935) (2)
Norman Thomas (1931) (3)
Dorothy Thompson (Mrs. Sinclair Lewis) (1918-1937) (13)
Arnold Toynbee (1918-1933) (20)
George Macaulay Trevelyan (1914-1923) (9)
Carl and Irita Can Doren (8)
Henry A. Wallace (1935) (2)
Hugh Walpole (1923-1940) (5)
Sidney Webb (1914, 1917, 1922) (3)
H. G. Wells (undated) (6 signatures)
Rebecca West (1915-1924) (9 signatures)
Edith Wharton (1916, 1933) (5)
William Allen White (1915-1939) (25)
Alfred North Whitehead (1924-1926) (4)
Thornton Wilder (1934) (1)
Wendell L. Willkie (1937-1941) (4)
Ben Ames Williams (1926, 1942) (3)
Robert Cade Wilson (1946) (1)
Woodrow Wilson (1921, 1923) (3)
Owen Wister (1915-1937) (55)
Virginia Woolf (1929-1933) (7)
Alexander Woollcott (1934 and undated) (2)

Materials Removed from the Collection

Photographs from this collection have been removed to the Ellery Sedgwick photographs, ca. 1900-1942. Photo. Coll. 208.

For a list of printed materials removed from this collection, see Curator of Manuscripts.

Preferred Citation

Ellery Sedgwick papers, Massachusetts Historical Society.

Access Terms

This collection is indexed under the following headings in ABIGAIL, the online catalog of the Massachusetts Historical Society. Researchers desiring materials about related persons, organizations, or subjects should search the catalog using these headings.


Lincoln, Abraham, 1809-1865.
Adams, James Truslow, 1878-1949.
Addams, Jane, 1860-1935.
Buck, Pearl S. (Pearl Sydenstricker), 1892-1973.
Cather, Willa, 1873-1947.
Churchill, Winston, Sir, 1874-1965.
Curley, James Michael, 1874-1958.
Fisher, Dorothy Canfield, 1879-1958.
Frankfurter, Felix, 1882-1965.
Frost, Robert, 1874-1963.
Hall, James Norman, 1887-1951.
Hoover, Herbert, 1874-1964.
Lowell, Amy, 1874-1925.
Minor, Wilma Frances.
Morison, Samuel Eliot, 1887-1976.
Nock, Albert Jay, 1872 or 3-1945.
Nordhoff, Charles, 1887-1947.
Roosevelt, Franklin D. (Franklin Delano), 1882-1945.
Roosevelt, Theodore, 1858-1919.
Smith, Alfred Emanuel, 1873-1944.
Taft, William H. (William Howard), 1857-1930.
Woolfe, Virginia, 1882-1941.
Marshall, Charles C. (Charles Clinton), 1860-1938.
Whiteley, Opal Stanley, b. 1897.


Boston Public Library.
Harvard University.
Rumford Press.


Forgery of manuscripts.
Literature, Modern--20th century.
Periodicals, Publishing of.
Women authors.
Arnold Arboretum.
Spain--History--Civil War, 1936-1939--Foreign public opinion.
Japan--Description and travel.


Atlantic Monthly Magazine.