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Richard Ellmann papers

Series 1: Research files: A-Z

Collection 1988-012


The names listed below come directly from Ellmann's folder titles.  Any potentially useful information about the folder contents has been noted and indicated by brackets [ ].

[n] indicates that only a first name was present, or that only a portion of the name was decipherable, or that our transcription is questionable.  We are grateful to readers for correcting or extending names and bracketed information, and we welcome further advice particularly as regards lesser known individuals.

 

Box: Folder label

1    Aaron, Daniel [Harvard University]
Abbey Theatre
Abrams, Michael H.
Academy for Educational Development Inc. [Ronald Gross]
Adams, Hazard
Adams, Robert
Alan [n]
Albany Medical College of Union Univ. [Richard T. Beebe]
Albert, Leonard [Joyce scholar]
Albright, David
Aldington, Richard
Alford, William
Alfred A Knopf Inc
Allan [Wade]
Allen Ltd, David & Sons [W.E. Allen]
Allen, James
Allen, Julia [friend of Yeats]
Alspach, Russell
Alt, Peter
American Academy of Arts and Sciences
American Committee for Irish Studies
American Philosophical Society
Ames, Lois
Anderson, Adella
Anderson, Charles
Anderson, Chester
Anderson, Margaret
Anderson, Sherwood
Andre [n]
Andy [n]
Antheil, George
Anti-Defamation League of B'nai B'rith
Antier, Maurice
Antioch Press, The
Appel Jr, Alfred [Nabakov: A Portrait]
Appleton-Century-Crofts Inc
Aquarone, Olga [Joyce pupil in Zurich]
Araby in Dublin
Archer, William [drama critic]
Arnett, Carroll [Knox College]
Arnold, Matthew
Atherton, James S
Atkins, Stuart
Atlantic Monthly Press
Atlantic Monthly, The
Atlas, James
Auchincloss, Eve
Auden, Wystan Hugh
Austin, Avel
Australian Broadcasting Commission
Authors Take Sides On Vietnam
 
2    Babcock, Lou
Bacigalupo, Massimo [Linea Ligure Angloamericana: Pound, Yeats]
Bacon, Thomas F. [n]
Bailly, Rene
Baines, Mrs C C [Mrs. Cecil? Jocelyn?]
Baker, Carlos [Princeton English chair]
Baker, Herschel
Baker, Orville [Northern Illinois State Teachers College]
Baldasseroni, Alessandra
Balderston, Katherine
Baldi, Sergio
Balducci, Rolando [Pupil of Joyce]
Baldwin, James
Bald, Beatrice and Cecil
Ballou, Robert Oleson
Bannon, James
Bargossi, Marie Elvira
Barnacle, [family members of]
Barnes, Djuna
Barney, Natalie Clifford
Barrow, Craig Wallace [index to Yeats's A Vision]
Barry, James Donald
Barry, Tom St John
Barton, Anne [n]
Bate, Walter Jackson
Baudelaire, Charle [Fleurs du Mal]
Baudot, Jeanne [n]
Bauerle, Ruth (Mrs. R.F.)
Bax, Arnold
Bax, Clifford
Bayley, John
 
3    Beach, Sylvia
Beaslai, Piaras [n]
Beaufort III, Bowman
Becat, Marie Monnier [Monnier]
Becker, William
Beckett Circle, The
Beckett, Samuel
Beckson, Karl
Beck, Warren [Joyce scholar]
Beebe, Maurice
Beer, Thomas [The Mauve Decade]
Behan, Brendan
Belfast Public Libraries Central Branch
Bellow, Saul
Bell, Marvin [poet]
Belmont, M Georges
Beloff, Lord [Max?]
Belvedere College
Benco, Aurelia Gruber [author of Joyce memorial address]
Benco, Silvio
Benlitt, Ben
Benn Ltd, Ernst [John Benn, chairman]
Bennington College
Benoit-Mechin, Jacques [Paris writer and Joyce friend]
Benstock, Bernard [Joyce scholar]
Bentley, Eric
Benziger, Jim [n]
Beran, Felix
Berce, Lojce [Lojze?]
Bergan, Alfred
Berkman, Sylvia
Berland, Alwyn [Gogarty footnotes]
Berlin, Isaiah
Berman, Louis [Joyce's doctor]
Bernal, John Desmond [Birbeck College]
Bernardini, Piero
Bernetta, Sister
Berry, Wendell
Bertele, Rene
Bertel, Dr
Berti, Luigi
Bertrand-Fontaine, T. [Joyce's Paris doctor]
 
4    Best, Marshal A.
Best, Richard [character in Ulysses]
Betsky, Seymour
Biala, Jamie [n]
Biblioteca Civica di Trieste  (See Pesante, Sauro)
Bibliotheque Sainte-Genevieve
Biderman, Sol
Bill [n]
Binchy, D.A. [n]
Bingham, Robert
Bird, Barbara [University of Oslo; sketch of OW]
Bird, William [Paris publisher]
Bischoff, Father Anthony
Bishop, Elizabeth
Blackmore, Mary Barnacle
Blackstone, Bernard
Black, David Hills
Blanche, Jacques-Emile
Bliss, Richard
Bloch, Eileen ["Irish Spotlight" article]
Block, Haskell M
Bloomsday
Bloom, Harold
Bloom, Leopold
Blotner, Joseph L
Bly, Robert
Boardman [n]
Bob [n]
Bocca, Janou
Bode, Carl
Bodkin, Thomas
Bodley Head Ltd
Bogert, -----
Boisen, Colonel Mogens [Joyce's Danish translator]
Boldereff, Frances [Joyce scholar]
Bollingen Foundation Inc
Bollingen series
Bollmann, Frau Walter [Mimi]
Bond, Judith S. [University of Chicago Library]
Bonsignore, Signora Silvia Carenzio
Boon, John
Boorstin, Daniel
Booth, Wayne [English faculty, University of Chicago]
Borach, Georges
Borie, Jean
Bose, Abinash Chandra
Bottkol, Joseph McG. [n]
Bowen, Carroll G
Bowers, Fredson [bibliographer]
Bown, Jane
Boyd, Ernest
Boyd, Madeline
Boyle, Kay
Bradbury, Malcolm
Bradford, Curtis
Bradley, Bruce
Bradley, William Aspenwall [Paris friend of Joyce]
Brancusi, Constantin
Brandabur, Edward [Zurich friend of Joyce]
Brasol, Boris
Braun, Richard Emil
Bree, Germaine
 
5    Brenda [n]
Brinnin, John Malcolm
British Broadcasting Corporation
British Consulate General
British Prime Minister [Secretary for Appointments]
Britten, Valentine
Brocchi, Emma Clizzi [Joyce's pupil in Trieste]
Brody, Daniel
Brooke, Jocelyn
Brooks, Cleanth [literary critic]
Brooks, Gwendolyn
Broughton, Rhoda ["Red as a Rose is She" mentioned in Ulysses]
Brower, Reuben A
Brown University [re: Robert Scholes]
Brown University Press [re: Bern. Levine, The Dissolving Image]
Brown, Jeanette [envelope only]
Brown, John Lackey
Brown, Rev Stephen
Brown, Thomas [re: Austria declares war on Serbia]
Bruce, A Ken
Bruni, Alessandro Francini
Brustein, Robert
Brustlein, Mrs. [n]
 
6    Buckley, Jerome H
Budgen, Frank
Budgen, Joan
Budtz-Jorgensen, J
Buffalo, University of
Bullen, Arthur Henry
Bullough, Geoffrey [n]
Burgess, Anthony John
Burke, John L
Bushee, Ralph
Bush, Douglas [Harvard professor]
Busser Jr, Ralph C.
Bute, Mary Ellen
Butler, Lt Col P R [At Clongowes with Joyce]
Byrne, Jeff F
Cacciatore, Edoardo [n]
Caetani, Princess Marguerite
Cahoon, Herbert
 
7 Calder (Publishers) Ltd, John
California Berkeley, University of
California Los Angeles, University of
California Santa Barbara, University of
Callan, Walter
Cambridge, University of
Camerino, Aldo
Cammes, Phyllis [n]
Campbell, Dr. [n]
Campbell, Gerard
Campos, Dott Raffaele [n]
Cann-Tanaka, Louise Gebhart [n]
Cape Ltd, Jonathan
Carleton College
Carlow, Lord [n]
Carney, Gordon [n]
Carroll, Paul
Carr, Henry [Joyce's case with]
Carver, Catharine
Casey, Joseph
Casey, Mrs Dylan
Cassanova de Ojea, Mrs Telesford [also known as Grace Hegger Lewis]
Catharine [n]
Cecchi, Emilio
Cecil [n]
Cecil, Lord David
Center For Advance Study [Meredith Wilson, director]
Cerf, Bennett
Cermelj, Lavio [Pola resident]
 
8    Charles [n]
Charles, David [Alfred Bergan's friend]
Char, Rene
Chas Pfizer & Co Inc
Chase, Richard
Chatterji, Nadu
Chatto & Windus
Chicago Sunday-Times
Chicago Tribune
Chicago, University of
Childs murder case
Chomsky, Noam
Church, Ralph W. [Joyce's friend]
Ciardi, John
Cinabro, Louis
Civil List [re: United Nations]
Claddagh ring
Clancy, Mary
Clarendon Press
Clarke, Austin [Irish poet]
Clarke, Desmond J. [Royal Dublin Society]
Clark, David
Clements, Marshall
Clements, Patricia
Clery, Arthur
Cleveland Plain Dealer  [Robert J Snajdr, book review ed]
Clongowes Wood College
Clutton-Brock, Evelyn A
Cockerell, Sir Sydney
Coddington, John I
Coeuroy, Andre [n]
Cohen, George
Cohen, Margie
Cohn, Alan
Cohn, Marguerite [n]
Cohn, Mrs Melvin [Ruby]
Cohn, Ruby
Cohn, Vera
Cole, Dennis
College English
Collinson, Arthur W. [Joyce's Paris doctor]
Collins, Carvel
Collis, Robert [n]
Colman, Edward
Colt Press, The
Columbia University
Colum, Padraic & Mary
Commonweal, The
Communist Party of Massachusetts
Condon Jr, John
Conner, Benjamin Howe
Connolly, Constance [sister of Albrecht & Vincent Connolly]
Connolly, Cyril
Connolly, Mike [columnist]
Connolly, Thomas E
Cooney, Seamus
Copeau, Jacques [n]
Corey [n]
Corman, Cid [ed, Origin]
Cornell University
Cornell University Press & Library
 
9    Corrigan, Cyril P. [Joyce's friend]
Corsini, Gianfranco
Cosgrave, Vincent [n]
Costa, Richard Hauer
Coster, Howard [photographer]
Cotton, Evelyn
Coughlin, Frances
Council On Library Resources
Cournos, John
Courtney, W.L. [Editor, Fortnightly Review]
Cousins, James Henry
Coxhead, Elizabeth
Cox, William
Craig, Edward Gordon [n]
Craig, G Armour
Craig, Hardin
 

Craigie, William [compiler of Oxford English Dictionary]; handwritten and signed letter, 9 Jan. 1929, to "Professor Malone" [Toronto?]; on
University of Chicago letterhead. With portrait photograph, "taken in the old Ashmolean at Oxford some years ago."
 

Crawford, Robert [re: T S Eliot's library c. 1930]
Creekmore, -----
Creeley, Robert
Cremin, C. [Irish ambassador]
Crews, Frederick C. [critic]
Crise, Dr Stelio [Trieste authority on Joyce]
Critics Forum [BBC production]

 
10 Croessmann, Dr Harley K.
Crone, G.R. [Gerald Roe?]
Crooke, Helen [Mrs Leonard]
Crosby, Caresse
Cross, Gustav
Crowley, Aleister [includes photos]
Crown Publishers Inc
Culler, Dwight
Cummings, Edward Estlin
Cunard, Lady [Maud Alice "Emerald" Cunard]
Cunard, Nancy [Joyce publisher]
Curjel, Hans
Curley, Daniel
Curly [n]
Curran, Constantine P. [Joyce friend]
 
11   Curtis Brown Ltd
Curtis, Edward Glien
Curtius, Ernst Robert [German scholar]
Cusac, Michael
Cuzzi, Paolo [Joyce's pupil in Trieste]
D'Arcy, W P
Dachy, Marc
Dalkey School
Dalton, Jack P
Damon, Samuel Foster [scholar]
Dan [Weiss]
Danforth, David N
Dano-Norwegian [n]
Daubler, Teodor
Davidson, Jo
Davidson, John
Davidson, Rev. Harold Frances
Davin, D.A. [novelist and publisher]
Davison, Peter H
Davis, Charles H
Davis, Curtis Carroll
Dawson, Rev John [brother of Joyce's Belvedere classmate]
de Hartmann, Madame Thomas [Olga]
De Man, Paul
de Rachewiltz, Mary
de Saix, Guillot
de Treigny, Merigot

de Treigny to Mary Ellmann, 19 Sept 1953, 1 p. w/ envelope. re: traveling out of town

Ellmann to de Treigny, 29 Oct 1953, 1 p. carbon. re: visits to Joyce, Joyce's reaction to the suggestion of an operation, quote from Dr. Morax

de Tuoni, Dario [Joyce's Trieste friend]
de Vere White, Terrence
de Vries, Juda Emanuel
Delacorte Press [re: Dictionary of Quotations]
Delimata, Bozena Berta [Joyce's niece]
Dell, Floyd
Delmas, Achills [n]
Dempsey, George [Joyce's teacher at Belvedere]
Denson, Alan
DePaul University
Deutsch, Babette
DeVane, William C
Diamond, David [composer]
Dick [n]
Didisheim, Frank [re: corrections of French phrases]
Dimensions
Dixon, Joseph H
Di, Jin
Djerassi, Carl
Dockrell, Vera Esposito
Dodd Mead & Co
Dodds, Eric Robertson
Dodd, Reuben J
Dolmen Press Ltd, The
 
12 Dolmetsch, Arnold
Dompieri, Sergio
Donadio, Candida
Donoghue, Denis
Dos Passos, John
Doubleday & Co Inc
Douglas, Kenneth [French scholar]
Douglas, Lord Alfred
Douglas, Senator Paul Howard
Douglas, Wallace
Dowland, John
Drew, Elizabeth
Driver, Clive E. [re: Claddaugh]
du Bouchet, Andre
du Sautoy, Peter F
Dublin Magazine, The
Dublin Woolen Company Ltd
Dudek, Louis
Duff, Charles
Dujardin, Edouard
Duke University
Dulac, Edmund & Helen [Helen [Beauclerk?] Dulac]
Dume, Thomas
Duncan, Joseph Ellis
 
13 Dutli, Alfred
Dutton, E P & Co Inc [re: Yeats:  The Man and the Masks]
Duval, Kulgin D
DuVivier, David and Ellie
Dwyer, William
Eastman, Max
Eberhart, Richard
Economist, The
Edel, Leon
Editions Du Seuil
Editions Gallimard
Educational & Cultural Exchange [re: Amer. Specialists
Program]
Edwards, -----
Edwards, Oliver
Eglinton, John. (See Magee, [M L or W K])
Ehrenpreis, Irwin
Eisenstein, Serge
Eisner, Robert [n]
Eliot, Thomas Sterns
Eliot, Valerie
Elizabeth [n]
Elliott, Muriel
 
     
  Description of the contents of boxes 14-44 compliments of Michael Groden, Jan 2006  
14-15 Ellmann, Richard: articles, reviews and other miscellaneous writings  
16 Ellmann's student essays  
17 Michaux translation, Yeats, miscellaneous  
18 Student essays  
19 Includes letter from Gertrude Kaempffer, Giacomo Joyce, intro for Dubliners  
20 Student essays  
21 Symbolism, Wallace Stevens  
22 Pound, Preface for Ulysses  
23 Oxford, George Eliot, Crane, Decadence  
24 Eliot, reviews  
25 Reviews of Eliot by Ellmann  
26 "Commencement speech"  
27 [contents unknown]  
28 Michaux  
29 Henry James  
30 Correspondence in reference to Joyce biography, 1958-1959  
31 Edwin A. Robinson  
32 Beckett  
33 Correspondence to/from Ellmann 1979-1980s  
34 Photocopies  
35 Correspondence to/from Ellmann mid 1970s-1980s  
36-38 Correspondence 1960s-1986, off prints and printed articles and reviews  
39-40 Correspondence 1968-1975, royalties, press cuttings  
41 Correspondence 1978-1981  
42 Permissions for quotes and photos in Joyce biography, correspondence 1959-1980s, correspondence on edition of Joyce writings, corresponodence with Harriet Shaw Weaver 1950s, reviews  
43 Correspondence about Giacomo Joyce 1967-1968, Giacomo Joyce:  photocopies, proofs, reviews  
44 Ellmann's student essays, note on Edwin A. Robinson including bound typscript [thesis], 99p and bibliography  
45 Elpers [n]
Elwood, John
Emmannuel, Piere [n]
Emory University
Empson, William
Encounter
Encyclopaedia Britanica
Engelberg, Edward [Brandeis University]
Engle, Paul
English Institute, The
Eoghan, M. [n]
Epstein, Jason
Erdman, David V
Ernst, Fritz
Ernst, Morris Leopold
Ervine, St John [n]
Evans, Bergen
Faber & Faber Ltd
Fabricant, Noah
Faj, Attila
Fallon, W G [character in Portrait.....]
Fang, Achilles
Fargue, Leon-Paul
Farrar Straus and Cudahy Inc
Farrell, James Thomas
Faulkner, William
Faulkner, William
Faverty, Fred E
Fay, William G
Fehr, Bernhard [n]
Feidelson Jr, Charles
Feidelson Jr, Charles
 
46   Feinberg, Charles E
Feis, Ceoil
Feltrinelli, Giangiacomo [n]
Fenton, Charles A
Ferguson, Hazel R [re: Chicago prize]
Fernandez, Adele
Ferrerri, Signora Olivia [Joyce's Trieste pupil]
Ferris, Mr
Feshbach, Sidney
Fiedler, Leslie A
Finsler, Helene
Fitzgerald, Francis Scott
Flanagan, Thomas
Flanner, Janet
Fleischmann, Martha [Joyce's sweetheart in Zurich]
Fleischman, David [re: Leo Fleischman, Helen Joyce's husband]
Fletcher, Ian
Flint, Robert [n]
Flood, Joseph B. [Judge]
Florentine Relief Fund
Fogel, Daniel Mark
Fone, C H
Ford, Ford Maddox
Ford, Geroge
Foresman and Co, Scott
Formes et Couleurs
Fortnightly Review, The
Fortnum & Mason Ltd
Fortune, Joanna [friend of Ellmann and Yeats]
Foster, Richard
Fountain, Gerard [Ellmann's roommate in grad school]
Fourcade, Jacque [n]
Frakes, James
Franek, Jiri
Franklin, Colin & Charlotte
Franklin, Henry
Franklin, Laura
Frank, Nino
Franza, August
Fraser, Andrew
Frechet, Rene
Freudenberg, Anne
Freund, Gisele
Friedman, Alan
Friends of Literature
Froggatt, Peter
Frye [n]
Frye, Northrop
Fuermann, W Bryan
Furbank, Philip Nicholas
Furiosos
Furlan, Boris
 
 

Furlan to Ellmann, 17.6.1954: 2 p. w/ envelope (re: Mrs. Vojvodich/Wojwodich in Trieste)

 
 

Furlan to Ellmann, 24.1.1964 4 p. w/ envelope (re: comments by Joyce on Schopenhauer and Nietzsche, Furlan discussing Dubliners, Joyce lessons)

 
 

Furlan to Ellmann, 22.11.1953:  2p. (re:  ad in Times Literary Supplement, English lessons from Joyce)

 
 

Ellmann to Fulan, 10.1.1954:  1p. carbon copy (re:  Thanking him for biography help, following up with Mrs. Petit.)

 
 

Ellmann to Fulan, 6.6.1954:  1p.  carbon copy (re:  Asking about friends in Triests)

 
 

Ellmann to Furlan, 21.2.1954:  1p. carbon copy (re:  Thanks, story of the rock drops, articles in the Piccolo)

 
 

Ellmann to Furlan, 13.8.1954:  1p. carbon copy (re:  thanks, referrals in Trieste, not yet seen Mr. Cihlars)

 
 

Ellmann to Furlan, 16.12.1953:  2p. carbon copy (re: asking about Joyce's comments on Schopenhauer and Nietzsche, rock drops, Dubliners, philosophical subjects, lesson details)

 
 

Fulan to Ellmann, 23.11.1954:  4p. w/envelope (re: Mrs. Petit, BBC talk about Joyce and Italo Svevo, Joyce's fight w/English sailors, Slovenian dockworkers)

 
 

Furlan to Ellmann, 4.9.1954:  4p. w/envelope (re: Separatum, Furlan's wife tracking down Italo Svevo, Joyce enjoying company of dockworkers, Joyce writing in the Piccolo, finding Mrs. Petit)

 
 

"James Joyce and Italo Svevo in Trieste" by Bernard Wall, 21.5.1950;  5p. carbon copy.

 
47 Gabler, Hans Walter
Gallaher, Brendan
Galli, Carlo
Gallup, Donald C
Gardner, Helen
Garlin, Martha M [re: Joyce's socialism]
Garnett, David
Garvin, John
Gass, William H
Gay, Peter
Gee, Kathleen
Geismar, Maxwell
Gene [n]
George V, King
Geraldy, Paul [French poet]
Gerbore, Pietro
Gerry [n]
Gervais, Terence White [n]
Geschwind, Norman
Ghezzi, C. [n]
Giacometti
Gibbon, Monk
Gibson, Madge Alspaugh
Gide, Andre [re: Yeats]
Giedion-Welcker, Carola [Joyce's Zurich friend]
 
48 Gilbert, Stuart
Giles, P D
Gillespie, Michael Patrick
Gillet, Louis
Gill, Brendan
Gilvarry, James
Gil, Kim Jong
Glasheen, Adaline [Mrs F J]
Gogarty, Oliver
Goldberg, Max
Goldman, Arnold
Goldschmidt, Rudolf [lent Joyce typewriter in Zurich]
Goldsmith's Professorship of English Lit
Goldstein, Harvey D
Gold, Herbert
Golfing, Francis
Goll, Yvan [and Claire?]
Gonne, Maud
Goodman, Walter
Gordon, Ambrose [n]
Gorman, Herbert & Claire [first Joyce bibliographer]
Gose Jr, Elliott B
Gosse, Edmund
Gotham Book Mart, The
Gottesman, Ron
Gowen, Howard B
Goyert, Georg [Joyce's German translator]
Granichstaedten, Paul [Joyce's pupil]
Greacen, Patricia.  (See Hutchins, Patricia)
Greene, David Herbert [Synge scholar]
Greenham, Richard [Joyce's friend]
Greenlees, Ian
Green [n] [Mrs Yeats's automatic writing]
 
49 Gregg, Frederick James [Yeats's friend in childhood]
Gregg, Lucius P
Gregory, Lady
Gregory, Richard
Griffin, Gerald [n]
Griffin, Kathleen & John [Nora's sister]
Griffith, Arthur
Grove Press
Guerard, Albert Joseph
Guggenheim Memorial Foundation, John Simon
Guggenheim, Edwin
Guggenheim, Peggy
Guha, Naresh
Guidi, Augusto
Gummere, Francis Barton
Gunn, Selskar
Gwynn, Frederick Landis
Gwynn, Rev Aubrey
Habib, Mohammed [Request reference, King Abdalaziz Univ.]
Hackett, E Byrne [Joyce's school fellow]
Hackett, Felix E [Joyce's school friend]
Haffenden, John
Hagstrum, Jean H  [Assisted Ellmann in Italy]
Haight, Gordon Sherman
Haire, Norman [surgeon for Yeats's stomach operation]
Haldenwang, Georges
Hall & Co, G K [Complete James Joyce Catalog]
Hallie [n]
Hall [n]
Hall, Lawrence Sargent
Halper, Nathan [n]
 
50 Hamilton, Richard
Hamish Hamilton Ltd
Hammond, Mason
Hancock, Lynne
Hanley, T. Edmund
Hansen, Johanne Kastor
Hansen, Kurt Heinrich
Harcourt Brace and Co Inc
Harding, Michael K
Hardin, James
Harmsworth, Desmond
Harper & Row Publishing Inc.
Harper, George M
Harper, Ralph
Harris, Eileen Vance [Mrs H G]
Harris, Judith
Harris, Mark
Harris, Morris [re: Divorce case in Dublin 1906]
Harry [n]
Hart-Davis, Rupert
Hartley, William H
Hartmann, Edward [Doctor]
Hartman, Geoffrey
Hart, Clive
Hart, Henry
Hart, Jennifer
Hart, John [painter]
Harvard Law School
Harvard University
Harvester Press Ltd, The
Harwood, John
Hassall, Christopher
Haste, Stanley H
Hauptmann, Gerhart [n]
Hausermann, Hans W
Haycroft, Colin [n]
Hayes, Harold [ed, Esquire]
Hayes, R J [Richard?]
Hayford, Harrison
Hayman, David [Joyce scholar]
Hayter, Sir William
Hay, Brian C
Heald, Edith Shackleton
 
51 Healey, George Harris [Cornell Univ, Curator Rare books]
Healey, James A [collector]
Healey, Michael [Nora's uncle]
Healy, James V
Heaney, Seamus
Hebald, Milton
Hebrew University of Jerusalem
Heinemann Ltd
Helen [n]
Helmstetter, Carol [Rec Woodrow Wilson Fellowship]
Hemingway, Ernest & Mrs
Henchy, Patrick [Paddy]
Henke, Suzette
Hennecke, Hans
Henn, Thomas Rice
Henry E. Huntington Library & Art Gallery
Herring, Phillip F
Herschberger, Ruth
Herzburn, Philip
Hesse [n]
Hewer, Erich
Higginson, Fred H [Joyce scholar]
High School, The [Located in Dublin]
Hill, Christopher
Hill, Geoffrey
Hill, Mrs Charles
Hill, Robert W
Hindus, Milton
Hiram [n]
Hivnor, Robert
Hodgart, Matthew [Joyce scholar]
 
52 Hoffman, Daniel
Hoffman, Frederick John [Literary critic]
Holland, Bernard
Holland, Merlin
Holland, Vyvyan
Holloway, Joseph [Abbey Theatre archivist]
Holmes, John
Holroyd, Michael
Holt Rinehart & Winston
Holthusen, Hans
Hone, Joseph
Hone, W P [William?]
Honig, Edwin [n]
Horizon
Horowitz, Israel
Horvath [n]
Houghton Library Cambridge
Houghton Mifflin Co
Hough, Graham
Houpt, Jeffrey L
Howard [n]
Howe, Irving
Howe, Mark A De Wolf & Mary Manning
Howley, John
Hubbell, Albert [re: Lucia Joyce]
Huddleston, Sisley
Hudson Review, The
Hudson, Stephen
Huebsch, Benjamin W
Huff, William Howard
Hughes, Herbert
Hughes, Suzanne McKernan [n]
 
53 Hummel, Danni
Hunter, Dorothie [n]
Hunt [n]
Hurstfield, Joel
Hutchins, John K
Hutchins, Patricia
Hutton, Patricia [Dr D S]
Huxley, Aldous
Hyde, H Montgomery
Hyde, Mary
Hyman, Louis
Hyman, N L
Ibsen, Henrik
Illinois Institute of Technology
Illinois, University of
Indiana University
Institute for Research in the Humanities
Institute of International Education
International James Joyce Symposium
Iowa, State University of
Ireland, Bank of
Ireland, Consul of [John N. Conway]
Ireland, President of
Irish Independent
Irish Times, The
Irvine, Peter L
Irvin, Francis
Isherwood, Christopher
Ita, Sister Mary
Jackel, David
Jackson, Holbrook
Jackson, Laura Riding
Jacques [n]
Jaffa, Harry V
Jaffe, Grace M [Cousin of Mrs Yeats]
Jaloux, Edmond
James Joyce Society
 
54 Janschka, Fritz
Jarnach, Phillip [n]
Jarrell, Randall
Jeason, Daniela [n]
Jeffares, Derry
Jelloma, Roderick [re: Maude Gonne McBride portrait]
Jewish News, The
Joe [n]
Joel [n]
Johns Hopkins University, The
Johnson, Brian
Johnson, Bruce
Johnson, Herbert F
John, Augustus
Jolas, Maria
Jones, Emrys [n]
Jones, Frank
Jones, Howard
Jones, Thomas
Jones, W Powell [Joyce critic]
Joyce's Tower.  (See Moore, Sarah)
Joyce, Charles
Joyce, Eva [James Joyce's sister]
Joyce, George (Includes James Joyce's college essays)
Joyce, Helen [James Joyce's son George's 1st wife, mother of Stephen]
 
55-149 Joyce, James  
150 Joyce, John Stanislaus
Julius [n]
Jung, Carl Gustav
Kaempffer-Gradowsky, Gerturd [n]
Kain, Richard Morgan
Kajlannikoff, Luba [n]
Kallich, Martin
Karen [Rader]
Kastor, Robert N [Helen Joyce's brother]
Kaufmann, Donald J
Kay, Ernst
Kazin, Alfred
Keating, Thomas [aquaintance of Joyce]
Kegan Paul, Trench, Trubner & Co Ltd. [Yeats's publisher]
Keister, Don A. [University of Akron]
Kelleher, John
Keller [n]
Kelly, Seamus
Kempf, Roger
Kennedy, Sighle
Kennelly, Brendan
Kenney, Susan McIlvaine
Kenny, Edward
Kent, Pierce
Kent, University of Cantebury
Kenyon Review, The
Keogh, Ted
Kerans, James
Kerby-Miller, Charles
Kermode, Frank
Kerrigan, Sarsfield [Joyce's Dublin friend]
Kerth, Thomas [letter to the ed, New York Review of Books]
Kery, Laszlo
Kessler, Jascha [University of California, L A]
 
151 Kettle, Arnold C
Kettle, Mary Sheehy
Kettle, Thomas Michael
Kieffer, Paul [John Quinn's law partner]
Kiernan, Thomas Joseph [Ambassador of Ireland]
Kim [n]
King, Carlyle [interviewed Eileen Vance]
Kinnell [n]--
Kiralis, Karl
Knickerbocker, Conrad
Knight, Douglas M
Knight, G Wilson
Koch, Kenneth
Kogan, Herman
Kraus Reprint Corporation
Kraus, Hans [Joyce's friend]
Krieger, Murray
Krishnamurti, Gutala
Kristensen, Tom [Joyce's writer friend]
Kronenberger, Louis
Kuhn, Thomas
L'Herne [Raymond Bellour]
La Nuova Abtologia
LaChance, Donald L [bookseller]
Landolt, E [Zurich ex-mayor; Joyce commemorative in Zurich]
Laney, Al [sports writer, Joyce's friend]
Langbaum, Robert
Lang, Hans-Joachim
Lang, Siegfried [Swiss poet, Joyce's friend]
 
152 Lanning, George
Larbaud, Valery [French writer, Joyce's friend]
Larkin, Philip A
Laubenstein, Arthur [George Joyce's Paris friend]
Laughlin, James.  (See also New Directions)
Laurie, T Werner
Lauritzen, Peter Lathrop
Lavin, Mary
Le Blanc, Leslie
Lease, Benjamin
Leger, Alexis St Leger
Lehane, Rev Jerry C
Leinwall, George
Leland, Simeon E
Lendt, Stephen F [Joyce helped him to escape Nazis]
Lennan [n]
Lennon, J J [Michael J. Lennon's brother]
Lennon, Michael J [Dublin judge]
Leon [n]
Leona [n]
Leon, Lucie [Lucie Leon Noel]
Lermontov, M [Mikhail IUr'evich?]
Lerner, Max
Leventhal, A J
Levine, Anne-Marie
Levin, Harry
Levi, Peter
Levy, Julien
 
 
153 Lewicki, Zbigniew [Polish translater of Ulysses]
Lewisohn, Ludwig
Lewis, Richard W B
Lewis, Roger
Lewis, Wilmarth Sheldon
Lewis, Wyndham
Lhombreaud, Roger ALiam [n: not O'Flaherty]
Librarie Gallimard [publisher]
Libraries
Library of Congress, The
Lidderdale, Jane H. [Lucia Joyce's guardian]
Lieberfeld, Lawrence
Linane, Michael [in re: Joyce letters in Dublin]
Linati, Carlo
Linder, Erich
Lippincott Co, J B
Litz, A Walton [Joyce scholar]
Liz [n]
Lloyd-George, G
Lock, Stephen
Lodge, David J
Loeb, Harold
Loewe, Roland
Loffler, W
Logan, John
London Magazine, The
London, University of
Longview Foundation Inc
Longworth, Victor
Lorentzen, Mel
Loria, Arturo [Italian critic]
Louisiana State University Press
Lowell, Robert ["The Mills of the Kavanaughs"]
Loy, Minna
Lucas, Jack
Ludgin, Donald H [Arts ed, World Book Encyclopaedia]
Luna, Judith
Lupton, Mrs [n]
Lust, Herbert C
Lynch, Brian
Lynd, Robert [n]
Lyons, Dr [Professor F.S.L. Lyons]
Macauley, Robie
MacCarthy, Nancy [n]
MacDonagh, Donagh
Macdonald, Dwight
MacDonald, W G [Lucia's doctor in England]
MacGinty, G J
MacGreevy, Thomas
MacGregory, Thomas
Machen, Arthur [n]
MacHugh, Louis
Mackey, Antony
Mackey, George
Macknie, I M [n]
Mack, Maynard
MacLagan, Eric
MacLeish, Archibald
 
154 Macmillan & Company Ltd
Macmillan, Maurice
Macmillan, W S G
Macnamara, Brinsley
MacNeil, Josephine [n]
MacNie, Isa M
MacSorley, J J
Maeterlinck, Maurice
Magalaner, Marvin
Magee, H Malcolm [n]
Magee, M L and/or W K [Irish literary reminiscences]
Magner, Eugene
Magowan, Robin
Maguinness, W Stuart
Mais, Stuarte Petrie Brodie
Makinsky, Alexander
Malamud, Bernard
Malaquais, Elisabeth Deberot
Malkas, Mark
Mallon, Tom
Mangan, Giacomo Clarenzio
Mannin, Ethel
Man Ray
Mansfield, Katherine
Manvell, Roger
Marcus, Ruth
Margolis, John [n]
Mark Twain Society [Honorary membership]
Market, Lawrence
Markow-Totevy, Georges
Mark, Thomas
Maroger, Madame
Marshall, John
Marsh, Edward
Martello Tower
Martin, Harold C
Martin, Ingeborg [Danish corrections of Joyce]
Martin, Robert
Masefield, John
Maser, Jack D [re: Jung's article on Ulysses]
 
155 Mason, Ellsworth [see also: Ellsworth Mason Papers, a collection which includes extensive correspondence with Ellmann as well as Nelly (Mrs. Stanislaus) Joyce and others).
Massey, Linton. [photographer, Joyce's Zurich apartment]
Master [n]
Mathews, Elkin
Maxwell [n]
Max [n] [n]
Mayhew, George
Mayoux, Jean Jacques
Mayo, Robert
McAlmon, Robert
McCaffrey, John ["James Joyce's Father"]
McCarthy, Patrick
McCormick, Edith Rockefeller [Joyce patron]
McCormick, Fowler
McCudden [n]
McDonnell, Peter E
McDowell, Frederick P W
McFate, Pat
McGehee, Edward [n]
McGovern, Margaret Mary
McGraw-Hill [re: permission to reprint Ez and Old Billyum]
McGuire, William
McHugh, M T [n]
McHugh, Roger
 
156 McKernan, Sean
McMillan III, Dougald
McMurray [n]
McWilliams, Carey M [ed, The Nation]
Meeker, Marilynn
 
  Mehew, Ernest
Melba, Mme
Melchiori, Giorgio [Italian scholar of Joyce & Yeats]
Mencken, Henry Louis
Mercanton, Jaques [Swiss writer, Joyce's friend]
Mercier, Vivian
Meriwether, Jane
Metropolitan School of Art, Dublin
Meyerhoff, Gerard [re: Nora Joyce's death]
Meyers, Jeffrey
Miami University [William C. Pratt]
Michael [n]
Michaux, Henri
Michigan State University
Michigan, University of [envelope only]
 
157 Midcentury Authors  [John Wakeman, ed]
Middleton, Christopher
Middleton, George
Milano, Paolo
Miller, Henry [Tropic of Cancer case]
Miller, Karl
Miller, Liam
Mills, Ralph [poet, critic]
Milne, W Gordon.
Minnesota, University of  (See Strout, Marcia)
Mirkovic, Nada. [Yugoslavian journalist, interviewed Analijz Glabocnis]
Misra, B P
Missouri, University of
Mitchell, George B [MLA paper]
Mitchell, Joseph
Mizener, Arthur
Mjoberg, Joran
Modern Language Association of America, The
Moers, Ellen [critic]
Moe, Henry Allen
Moller, Kai Friis [Danish poet]
Monaghan, May
Monbeck, Michael E
Monk, Samuel H
Monnier, Adrienne [Paris bookseller, publisher]
Monro & Co, Pennefather [F Lionel Monro]
Monroe, Harriet
Monroe, Lionel
Montale, Eugenio
Montgomery, Niall [Joyce critic from Dublin]
Moore, Brian
Moore, Geoffrey
Moore, George
Moore, Harry Thornton
Moore, Marianne
Moore, Marie Sturge [n]
Moore, Sarah
Moore, Thomas
Moran Klockau McCarthy et al [re: obsenity prosecution]
Morax, P [Doctor]
Morel, Auguste
Moriarty, Tomas [Joyce's Dublin landlord]
Morley, Fred [n]
Morris, George L K [n]
Morrow, Mark
Morse, J Mitchell
Morse, Samuel French
Moult, Thomas
Moynahan, Julian
Moynihan, William T
Mueller, Martin
 
158 Munro-Kerr, Anne
Murdock, Iris
Murdock, Kenneth
Murnaghan, George D
Murphy, Robert D
Murphy, William M [Prodigal Father]
Murray, Charles J
Murray, Josephine Giltrap [Joyce's Aunt Josephine]
Murray, Kathleen
Museum of Fine Arts, Boston
Musgrove, Sydney [Professor]
Myers, Lou
Myers, Rollo H
Nabokov, Vladimir
Nakabayashi, Takao
National Book Committee [16th national book awards]
National Council of Teachers of English
Naumburg Jr, Edward
Nelson, Cyril I [Assoc ed, E P Dutton & Co]
Nethercot, Arthur H
Netsch, Walter
New College Oxford [Ellmann residence]
New Directions
New England, University of
New Mexico Quarterly
New Republic, The
New Statesman
New York Herald Tribune
New York Public Library, The
New York Review of Books
New York Time Book Review, The
New York Times, The
New York University [Brewster S. Chamberlin, Jr]
New Yorker, The
Newman, Charles [Tri-Quarterly]
Newman, Robert D
Nicholson, Andrew
Nicolson, Sir Harold
Nielson, William Alen
Nolan, Jean [re: Feis Ceoil]
Nolan, John L [American Library]
Noonday Press, The
Noon, Rev William T
Norris, Hoke
Northern Illinois University [Staughton Lynd case]
Northwestern University
 
159-175 Norton Anthology  
176 Norton & Company Inc, W W
Notre Dame, University of
Nowell, Elizabeth
Nutting, Myron C [artist, Paris friend of Joyce]
Nyholm, Jens [Northwestern Univ. librarian]
O'Brien, Conor Cruise
O'Brien, Daniel P [Joyce's friend]
O'Brien, Edna
O'Brien, James
O'Brien, Justin
O'Brien, Margaret
O'Casey, Sean
O'Clair, Robert M
O'Connor, Dominic M
O'Connor, Frank
O'Connor, Frank J. (NY attorney)
O'Connor, Patrick [Paddy]
O'Connor, Rev --- [n]
O'Connor, Ulick [biographer of Gogarty]
O'Donnell, George
O'Donovan, Joan
O'Duffy, Eimar
 
177 O'Faolain, Julia
O'Faolain, Sean
O'Flaherty, Gerry
O'Flaherty, Liam
O'Grady, Desmond
O'Kelly [n] [President of Ireland]
O'Mahony, Eoin
O'Mara, Rev Patrick
O'Mordha, Sean
 
178  O'Muircheartaigh, Tomas [n]
O'Neill, J J
O'Neill, Michael
O'Nolan, Brian
O'Sullivan, John
O'Sullivan, John
O'Sullivan, Seamus
Oakland University [Robert Hoopes, English Dept chair]
Ofner, Richard [n]
Ogdon, C K
Olinder, Britta
Ong, Rev Walter J
Opffer, Ivan
Oppenheim, Jack
Ordeman, John Talbut
Oregon, Univeristy of
Osborn, James M
Oscar [n]
Oshima, Shotaro [President, Yeats Society of Japan]
Oslo, University of [envelope only]
Osteen, Mark
Ottawa, University of
Oxford University Press
Oxford, University of [Dept for External Studies]
 
179 Padua, University of
Painleve, Jean
Palmer, Cecil C
Palmer, Herbert Edward
Paluch, Stanley
Paris, Jean
Parkinson, Thomas Francis
Parolini, Vittoria
Parrish, Donald E [trend analyst]
Partisan Review
Pauker, John
Paulhan, Jean
Paul, Elliot
Paul, Sherman
Pearce [n]
Pearce, Roy Harve
Pearson, Norman Holmes
Peden, William
Pelham, Elizabeth
Pelham, Lady Elizabeth
Pelorson, Georges [n]
Penguin Books
Penrith Saturday Paper
Perles, Paul
Perloff, Marjorie
Perl, J ["The Hidden Advantages of Tradition...]
Peron, Alfred R [n]
Perry, Bliss [extracts from "A Study of Poetry"]
Persea Books
Pesante, Natalia
Pesante, Sauro
Peterson, Carl
Petitjean, Armand [n]
 
 

Petijean to Ellmann, 13 Mar 1958, 2p.  re:  Finding two letters from Joyce.

 
 

Copy of "Finnegans Wake de James Joyce:  ou le Livre de l'Homme (handwritten:  Revue de Paris Sept 1939, 1p.)

 
 

Ellmann to Petijean, 13 Nov 1953, 1p.  re:  Asking what he remembers of Joyce for his bio.

 
 

Ellmann to Petijean, 13 Nov 1957, 1p.  re:  Asking what he remembers of Joyce for his bio.

 
 

Ellmann to Petijean, 14 Feb 1958, 1p.  re:  Asking for copy of letter from Joyce thanking Petijean for help getting to Switzerland, how he came to translate From a Banned Writer to a Banned Singer, remarks about Finnegans Wake.

 
 

Ellmann to Petijean, 19 Mar 1958, 1p.  re:  Thanking for two Joyce letters and responses, on Joyce "using Work in Progress to understand himself."

 
 

Petijean to Ellmann, 3 Dec 1957, 1p.  re:  Remembering Joyce on Christmas Eves past, saying he wasn't a schizophrenic and was aware till the end, mentions Work in Progress.

 
 

Copy of "Signification de Joyce"  Sept 1937, 13p.

 
  Peyre, Henri [n]
Philipson, Morris
Phillips, William
Phocas, Paul
Phoenix Park Murders [Dublin]
Pick, Robert
Pielou, P Leslie
Pilleri, Luciana
Pine, Richard
Pinguentini, Gianni
Pinky, J B [n]
Pirandello [n] [n]
Platt, Avies M
Plunkett, James
Plurabella, Anna Livia
Plutzik, Hyam
Podhayaska, Zdenka
Poetry [Nicholas Joost]
Poggioli, Renato
Polish, Rabbi David
Pollak, Felix
Pollock, Harry J
Popper, Amalia
Popper, Andre
Portarlington, Earl of
Porter, Ernest
Porter, Margo Clark
Porter, W A
 
180 Pottle [n]
Poulos, James Edward
Pound, Ezra
Pound, Omar S
Powell, S C [The Compson family history]
Power, Arthur
Pre-Raphaelite Review
Prentice-Hall Inc [permission to use Eric Bentley material]
Prescott, Frederick Clarke [excerpts from The Poetic Mind]
Prescott, Joseph
Prescott, Orvill
Prezioso, Sergio
Price [n]
Price, Martin
Princeton University
Prince, Frank Templeton
Prior, Moody
Proust, Marcel
Pryor, Roberta
Pugh, Thomas W
Pulitzer, Vela
Putnam [n]
Putzel, Max
Quaritch Ltd, Bernard
Queens Hotel [Ennis]
Quinne, Kerker
 
181 Quinn, John  
182 Quinn, Sister Bernetta
Quixote
Radax, Ferry
Radcliffe Publish Procedures Course
Rader, Karen
Radio Foundation, The
Rago, Henry
Raine, Craig
Rajan, Balachandra [1st secretary, India delegation to United Nations]
Raleigh, John Henry
Ralli, Barone
Ralph [n]
Random House
Ransom, H H
Ransom, John Crowe
Raphael, Madame [n]
Rattray, Robert Fleming [n]
Rawson, Tristan
Ray, Gordon
Read, Forrest
Read, Hudson
Reddin, Justice Kenneth
Reese, Marguerite
Regardie, Francis I
Reidy, Eileen
Reid, Benjamin Lawrence
Reid, K H [Shaw Society of Canada]
Reisman, Rev --- [n]
Reiss, Timothy J.
Reyher, Ferdinand
Reynolds, Horace
Reynolds, Mary Trackett [re: Weaver/Joyce letters]
Reynolds, W B
Rhein-Verlag AG
Rice, Warner G
Richards Ltd, Grant
Richardson, J
Richards, Donald K
Richter [n] [n]
Rich, Adrienne ["Leaflets"]
Rickover, Herbert Geroge [Admiral]
Ricks, Christopher
Riddle, O A
Rideout, Walter B
Riding, Laura  (See Jackson, Laura Riding)
Risolo, Michele
Rivers, Elizabeth
Robert [n]
Robertnow, Valerie
Roberts, Elsie [n]
Roberts, F Warren
Roberts, George
Robey, George
Robie [n]
Robinson, Fred N
Robson, Wallace
Rockefeller Foundation, The
Rodgers, William Robert
Rodker, John & Marianne

Ellmann's biographical notes on John Rodker, 1p. typed w/ handwritten notes

Ellmann's biographical notes on John Rodker, 1p. typed

Unknown to Ellmann, 1 June 1961, 1 p. handwritten letter w/ envelope [French]

Ellmann to Marianne Rodker, 12 June 1961 1 p. carbon. re: her mother's letters from Joyce

Marianne Rodker to Ellmann, 19 June 1961. 1 p. typed. re: moving from Rome to Lestiou, France; will look for Joyce letters

Ellmann to Marianne Rodker, 22 June 1961. 1 p. carbon. re: will remind her about Joyce letters, would like photostats asap; will be traveling from Rome to England and Ireland

Ellmann to Marianne Rodker, 30 June 1964. 1 p. carbon. re: asking for her mother's birth and death dates

Marianne Rodker, 15 July 1964. 1 p. handwritten w/ envelope. re: her birthdate and her mother's birth and death dates, living in Paris but going to Lestiou for the summer

Joan Rodker to Ellmann, 6 July 1984. 1 p. typed. re: asking Marianne's "other family" when she can come to Paris to look for Joyce material [after Marianne's death]

 
183  Roger [n]
Rogers, George
Rogers, Mr
Rogers, Mrs
Rogers, Robert W
Ronan, Sean
Ronsley, Joseph
Rooney, William
Roosevelt University
Root, Waverly
Rops, Daniel
Roseliep, Rev Raymond F
Rosenthal, Mark
Rose, Saul
Rose, William
Rossati, Salvatore
Rosset, Barney
Rossi, Louis [n]
Ross, G M
Ross, Mabyn
Ross, Stella Stein [n]
Rostow, Eugene V
Rota, Bertram
Roth, Philip
Roth, William
Roughton, Ralph E
Rowell, Henry T [n]
Rowse, Alfred Leslie ["An Alternative All Souls"]
Royal Literary Fund, The
Royal Opera House
Rubin Jr, Louis Decimus
Rubin, Enid K [Mrs Isaiah]
Ruggiero, Paul
Ruskin, John [reproduced photograph]
Russell [n]
Russell, Alfred
Russell, Bertrand
Russell, Francis
Russell, George William
Ryan [n]
Ryan, Charles J
Ryan, Fergus J
Ryan, Scott W
Sabben-Clare, J P
Sacher-Masoch, Leopold von
Sacks, M C
Saddlemeyer, Ann
Sage, Robert
Saillet, Maurice
 
184  Salvadori, Mario George
Sam [n]
Samuels, Ernest
Sanders, Ed
Sargent, Cyril A
Sarton, May
Sartre, Jean Paul
Saturday Review, The
Sauermann, Charlotte [n]
Saunders, M S
Savage, John
Savannah Morning News  [Anna C Hunter, literary ed]
Savercool, Jack
Savio, Fonda L
Savitsky, Ludmila B
Sax, Victor A
Sayers, Philip
Scarry, John
Schachter, Oscar
Schaurek, Eileen Joyce
Schendler [n]
Schendler, Sylvan
Scherer, Margrit
Schiff, Violet
Schilling, Bernard N
Schmitz, Ettiore & Livia  (See Svevo, Italo & Livia)
Schneider, Daniel
Schoenbaum, Samuel
Scholes, Robert E
Schorer, Mark
Schorske, Carl
Schott, Susan K
Schwartz, Jacob
Schwarz, O D
Scott-Foresman & Co
Scott, Walter B
 
185  Scribner's Sons, Charles
Sealy Bryers & Walker
Sebastiannes, Mario-Vittorio
Secker and Warburg Ltd, Martin
Segal, Erich
Seghers, Anna
Seldes, Gilbert
Selzer, Richard A
Semmler, Clement [review of Ellmann's James Joyce]
Semple, P
Senn, Fritz
Settanni, Ettore
Sewanee Review
Shain [n]
Shanley, Lyn [n]
Shannon, Edgar
Shapiro, Charles
Shattuck, Chuck [n]
Shaw, George Bernard
Shaw, Mildred Hart
Sheehan, Daniel John
Sheehan, Susan Black
Sheehy-Skeffington, Francis
Sheehy, Judge Eugene
Sherard, Mrs. Robert
Shinkman, Paul A
Shorer, Mark
Shotwell, Walter G
Shroder, Maurice
Silone, Ignatius and Darina [n]
Silverman, Oscar A
Silvers, Robert B. "Bob" [New York Review of Books]
Silvestri, Tullio
Simic, Stanislav
Simon, John K
Simpson Jr, Claude M
Sinclair, Frederick [re: Yeats's commemorative tablet]
Sinclair, Robert
Singer, June
Sitwell, Edith
Skipworth, E V
Slattery [n]
Slocombe, George
Slocum, John Jermain
Smidt, Kristian
Smith, Henry Nash
Smith, Mark
Smith, N R W
Smyllie, R M
Snyder, Richard L
Society of Authors, The
Society of Midland Authors, The
 
186  Soffici, Ardengo
Solotaroff, Theodore
Soni, Nalini Jain
Sonne, Rabbi Isaiah
Sorahan, James
Soupault, Philippe
South Atlantic Bulletin
South Atlantic MLA [Irish studies paper]
Southern California, University of
Southern Illinois University
Sparrow, John
Spears, Monroe Kirklyndorf
Spencer, M/M Theodore
Spender, Stephen
Spielberg, Peter
Spilka, Mark
Spingarn, Jerome H
Spingarn, Lawrence P
Spire, Andre
Spoerri, James Fuller
Squires, Radcliffe
St Gerand-le-Puy
St Leger, Isola
St. Louis Globe-Democrat
St Martin's Press Inc [Ned Polsky]
St. Stephens Magazine
Stafford, Brigid [n]
Staley, Thomas Fabian
Stallman [n]
Stallworthy, Jon
Stanford University Libraries
Stanford [n] [n]
Stange, Robert
Staples, Hugh
Starkey, James S
Stauffer, Donald A
Stein, Arnold
Stein, Gertrude
Stein, Phyllis Moss
Steloff, Frances
Stenlock, Count
Stephen [n]
Stephens College
Stephens, James
Stern, Richard
Stevens, Wallace
 
187  Stewart, James
Stewart, Marguerite
Stewart, Stanley
Stickney, Walt-Christopher
Stillinger, Jack
Stokely, Dykeman Cole
Stokes, Henry
Stone, Harry
Stone, Wilfred
Stoppard, Tom
Straumann, Heinrich
Strong, Leonard Alfred George
Strout, Marcia
Stuart, Iseult Gonne [n]
Stuart, Michael
Suhrkamp Verlag
Sullivan, James C & Jennifer
Sullivan, John
Sullivan, Kevin
Sultan, Stanley
Suter, August
Suter, Paul
Sutherland, James R [University of London]
Suzuki, D.
Svevo, Italo & Livia
Swan, Lynn
Sweeney, Jack L
Sweeney, James Johnson
Swift [n]
Sykes, Claude W & Anne
Symons, Arthur
Synge, John
 
188  Tabori, Paul [friend of Joyce's]
Tadie, Marie
Taguacozzo, Giorgio [re: Vico Tricentennial]
Tanaka, Mrs Y [Louise]
Tanase, Alexandru [Rumanian]
Tangen, John
Tate, Allen
Taylor, J F [n]
Taylor, Ronald
Ted [n]
Temple Ruth
Tery, Julien
Tery, Simone [n]
Tetley, William
Texas, University of
Thatcher, David S
Theosophical Library
Thirwall, John C
Thomas, Dylan. (See also Huff, William H)
Thompson, John Hinsdale
Thomson, Virgil
Thrane, J Robert
Thring, G Herbert
Thwaite, Anthony
Tillotson, Geoffrey
Times Literary Supplement
Tindall, William York
Tintner, Adeline R
Toklas, Alice B
Torbarina, J
Torchiana, Donald T
Townsend, J Benjamin
Treanor, Walter J
Treglowan, Jeremy
Trilling, Diana
Trilling, Lionel
Trillin, Calvin
Trinity College, Dublin
Tuck, A  (See Perl, J)
Turnbull, Andrew
Turner, George
Ungaretti, Giuseppi [n]
Unger, Leonard
Union Bank of Switzerland
United States Department of State
United States Information Service [lecture series]
University College
University College London
University College of Swansea [English Society]
University of Oklahoma Press
Unterecker, John E
Untermeyer, Louis
Valery, Francois
Vance, Eileen
Vanderbilt University
Vanderpyl, Fritz [n]
 
189  Vanderwelde [n] [n]
Vassar College
Vazakas, Byron
Veale, Vivien
Vendler, Helen Hennessy
Ver Steeg, Clarence L
Vico, Giambattista
Vigneron, Elise
Vigo, Corrada
Viking Press Inc, The
Vincent, Howard P [letter of recommendation]
Vinding, Ole
Virgil [n]
Vivas, Eliseo
Voelker, John D
Vogt, Alfred
von Curjel, Hans [n]
von Hibler, Lucy [Ellmann's assistant in Trieste]
von Ostheim, Count Herman
von Phul, Ruth
Waddock, Mrs B
Wade, Allan
Wagner, Geoffrey
Wagoner, David
Wain, John
Wake Forrest College
Walcott, William O
Wallace, Mrs R W [Lilian]
Wallace, Richard
Wallerstein, Ruth
Walls, Mabel [Granny]
Wall, Barbara J
Wall, Mervyn
Walsh, Chad
Walsh, Ernest
Walter [n]
Wanless, Jim [Henry Ford Community College]
Wanning, Andrew
Warner, Francis
Wasserstrom, William
Watson Jr, James S
Watt, Ian
Wayne University
Weales, Gerald
 
190 Weaver, Harriet Shaw
Webb, William L
Webb, William L
Webster, Brenda
Webster, Richard
Weekes, Charles
Wees, William Charles
Weinberg, Bernard
Weinbrot, Howard
Weiss, Daniel
 
191  Weiss, Ottocaro
Weiss, Piero
Wellek, Rene
Wellesley, Dorothy
Wellington, Duchess of   (See Wellesley, Dorothy)
Wells, Herbert George
Wescott, Glenway
Western Printing and Lithographing Co
West, Rebecca
Wheeler, Helen P [Vassar College]
Wheelock, John Hall
Whit [n]
Whitaker, Thomas R
White, H O [Professor, Trinity College]
Whiting, Bartlett Jere
Whittemore, Reed
Whittingham, William Martin
Wicher, Betty [Mrs. Stephen E]
Widdess, J D H [re: Joyce's medical friends]
Wilbur, Richard
 
192-282 Wilde, Oscar  
283  Williams Book Shop
Williams College
Williams, William Carlos
Williamson, George
Wilson, Edmund
Wilson, John
Wilson, Veronica M.S.
Wine, Marty
Winsten, Stephen
Wirth, Louisa
Wisconsin, Milwaukee, University of
Witt, Marion
Wolfe, Thomas
Wolff, Kurt
Woodcock, [George]
Woodward, C. Van
Wool, Miss
Woolf, Virginia
Worthington, Mabel
A.A. Wyn, Inc.
Wyndham [n]
Wynne, Marjorie
Yale Review, The
Yale University
Yale University Press
 
284 Yeats, W.B.  
295 Yorkshire Post, The
Youngblood, Miss
Zabel, Morton
Ziff, Linda
Zimmer, Dieter E
Zimmer, Peter
Zukofsky, Louis
Zumsteg, Gustav
Unidentified correspondents and unfiled correspondence.
Unidentified and unfiled postcards, business cards, and notes.
 
 

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