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D. H. Lawrence collection

Collection 1976-013

Dates:  1918-1930.

Extent:  (7 boxes).

Level of Description:   Item level.

Name of creator(s):  John Martin and others.

Date of creation:  Undetermined.

Scope and Content:     Organized into 3 series.

  • Series 1:  Correspondence: Consists of the following:

    D.H. Lawrence: 17 handwritten letters, 3 handwritten postcards, and a typed letter, 1918-1930.

    Frieda Lawrence: 3 telegrams and 4 handwritten and carbon copy typeed letters to Willard Houghland, Mr. Mercer, Jake Zeitlin and others; a photostatic reproduction of an handwritten letter to "Auntie;" a handwritten letter from Alfred Stieglitz to Frieda Lawrence; and a telegram from Morris L. Ernst to Mabel Dodge Luhan.  All date from 1934-1951.

    Catherine Carswell: 1 handwritten letter to Millicent Beveridge (dated 1937); an handwritten letter to "Sir" (undated); and a photograph of "Aunt Milly," D. H. and Frieda Lawrence (housed in Series 3: Miscellaneous).

    Willard Houghland: 1 typed letter from George W. Joel (The Dial Press) to Houghland; a typed letter from Merle Armitage to Houghland in reference to Armitage's article, "Taos Quartet;" and a press release in reference to Houghland's satisfaction at the dismissal of an obscenity charge against Lady Chatterly's Lover.  All date from 1944-1950.

    John Martin: 43 handwritten and typed letters and postcards from various individuals including Alan Clodd, Enid Hilton, Henry Miller, Roy Spencer, and Warren Roberts; a photocopy of a typed essay, "D. H. Lawrence and the Civilization of Touch" by Neal Metcalf; and a signed typed review by Nancy Cunard of Pinorman by Richard Aldington.  All date from 1972-1975.

    Edward David McDonald: 1 typescript from McDonald (The Writings of D.H. Lawrence, 1925-1930.  A Bibliographic Supplement) to Mr. Hawk (incomplete date).

     

  • Series 2: Writings:  Consists of handwritten, typed and carbon copy typed drafts of published and unpublished short stories, essays, and plays; a galley proof of a collection of letters between Lawrence and Martin Secker; pencil sketches for a set design; a foreword written for a bibliography of works by Lawrence; Derek Patmore's handwritten memoirs of Lawrence; a mimeograph radio broadcast script by Dorothy Baker; theatre programmes from various stage adaptations of Lawrence's works as well as posters, movie stills, and related materials from film adaptations; and photocopies of articles by D.H. Lawrence.  All date from 1913-1977.

     

  • Series 3: Miscellaneous:  Consists of a photograph of D.H. Lawrence at Black Sparrow and a reproduction of a studio portrait of D.H. Lawrence; a photograph of Mabel Dodge Luhan pictured with her husband; a photograph of "Aunt Milly" (Millicent Beveridge), D.H. Lawrence and Frieda Lawrence; a pencil drawing by Kai G. Gotzsche, featuring D.H. Lawrence, Knud Merrild and Gotzsche in New Mexico. Merrild and Gotzsche were Danish painters visiting with D.H. Lawrence in New Mexico, circa 1922-1923 (from the Catherine Carswell material).

     Press cuttings of articles about Lawrence; programs and related materials for the 1970 Lawrence Country Festival of the Arts; exhibition catalogue of an exhibition of first editions and manuscripts from the D.H. Lawrence Collection of John E. Baker, Jr.; bibliographies and biographical data; souvenir postcards depicting the Lawrence family home in Eastwood and Haggs Farm; stationery and envelope with The Letters of D.H. Lawrence letterhead; an handwritten album which includes a miniature watercolor and handwritten inscription by Lawrence to Rabbi Ben Ezra Browning; a framed needlework of an Etruscan figure worked by Lawrence (color transparency available); a framed oil painting by Lawrence; a republication of the June 26, 1940 Artists and Writers edition of The Sante Fe New Mexican; a metal tray and wooden box, both painted by Lawrence; a reel-to-reel audio recording of a BBC interview with Frieda Lawrence about Lawrence; and 28 booksellers catalogues belonging to John Martin.

Administrative/Biographical History: 

Access and Copyright:  This material is housed off-site and will require special arrangements for anticipated use. Contact the Department of Special Collections.

Language and Scripts:   Primarily English, some German.

Finding aid/Inventory:  Finding aid is available online.

Provenance/Source of Acquisition:   The majority of the materials purchased as part of the John Martin collection of Lawrenciana, late 1970s. The Alfred Stieglitz letter to Frieda Lawrence purchased from the Alta California Bookstore, April 1976.

Date(s) of description:   Milissa Burkart, Jun 1994; rev. Sept 1998.

Access Points:

Subject Headings 

 
Personal names 


Corporate names

Places
 


Inventory

Series 1: Correspondence
  Lawrence, David Herbert    
1:1 American Express Company. (See King, F. A.)    
       
  Beveridge, Millicent.  Undated. Calling card bearing inscription to "Milly Beveridge, 20 Rossetti Garden Mansions, for best wishes for the season...."    
       
  Bierstadt, Mr. 14 Jun 1927. "I am sending today to Curtis Brown the first of the Sketches of Etruscan Places I spoke about...."  Handwritten and signed letter, 2s.    
       
  Campbell.  Mimeograph typed transcription of a letter (dated 19 Dec 1914) appearing in North Country Medicine, Christmas 1971 issue, 3p. "I was awfully glad to hear from the Murrys of the novel. They are wildly enthusiastic about it...."    
       
  Colman, Mr. 30 Apr 1927.  "The 'Travels' seem to be coming through fairly regularly now: one still missing, I believe. I began doing Sketches of Etruscan Places...."  Handwritten and signed letter, 1s.    
       
  Dahlberg, Edward.  (See Pollinger, Lawrence E.)    
       
  Goldring, Douglas. 16 Oct 1929. "How [---ing] to hear from you again. I always asked after you and had bits of your news, so knew all, except the new wife...."  Handwritten and signed letter, 1s with envelope.    
       
  Hilton, Enid. 4 Aug 1928.  "Yours today, to say you have the books safely - Hurrah! I was afraid of that [Steele] - as I wrote you, in my unnecessary letter this afternoon. Don't be troubled about being Cordelia...."  Handwritten and signed letter, 1s.    
       
 

Jester, Mr. 12 Aug 1925.  "I got the package of MSS. Many thanks. I will send you the complete thing in a few days: Crown first, and then all the other stuff."  Handwritten and signed letter, 1s.

   
       
 

King, F. A.  25 Mar 1929.  "It is very kind of you to offer to take those books to America, but I really wouldn't trouble you - and besides, I don't exactly know when they'll be ready...."  Handwritten and signed letter, 1s with envelope.

   
       
 

Lutyens, Elisabeth. 28 Sept 1929.  "I am glad you like the article. Would you please send two copies of the Nov. issue (containing the article) to Mrs. Maria Cristina Chambers...."  Handwritten and signed letter, 1s.

   
       
 

Mason, Harold.  11 Apr 1928.  "Your letter today - awfully nice of you to think about me and my novel: and very good of George Busby to offer me financial help...."  Handwritten and signed letter, 2s.

   
       
  Matthews, H. W.  21 May 1925.  "In answer to your letter of April 25th, which I have received only today, I wish to say that in my preface to the Memoirs of the Foreign Legion there is nothing but the exact truth...."  Handwritten and signed letter, 1s.    
       
  Nichols, Robert.  11 Sept 1918.  "I got your letter today. I thought you had gone to America. Will you see Amy Lowell there ?...."  Handwritten and signed letter, 5s with envelope.    
       
  Patmore, Brigit.  11 Jan 1929.  "Not heard from you for ages - have you evanesced? Not a Christmas word, not a New Year's note was heard from you!."  Typed letter, 1s.    
       
  Pearn, Nancy.  18 Jun 1928. "Apparently we shall stay here a week or two - so it's an address...."  Handwritten and signed letter, 1s.    
       
  Pollinger, Lawrence E. (Curtis Brown Ltd).  Calling card bearing inscription to introduce Edward Dahlberg, n.d.    
       
  Richard.  Undated.  "So glad you liked Lady C. Apparently I'm going to have trouble with them. Some booksellers are returning them - shocked - and there is a rumour of suppression...."  Handwritten and signed letter, 1s.    
       
  Savage, Henry.  15 Jul 1930.  "I have first got your letter - delighted to see you tomorrow. But you don't say what time you will come...."  Handwritten and signed postcard.    
       
  Secker, Martin.  6 Aug 1919.  "I am glad the New Poems are coming in another edition. Let me see what it is like, as soon as possible...."  Handwritten and signed letter, 1s.    
       
 

Seltzer, Thomas and Adele.  3 Feb 1923.  "I had your letter yesterday. On the main point, of Mountsier, I do agree with you. I have this minute written to him...."  Handwritten and signed letter, 1s with envelope.

13 May 1925.  "I had your book about the [dinner] yesterday, and your letter today...."  Handwritten and signed letter, 1s with envelope.

28 Dec 1925.  "Thank you for your note and the man (woman?) about translating...."  Handwritten and signed letter, 1s.

   
       
  Shearman, Montague.  Undated. "I wrote you a letter a week ago, thanking you for yours - but could not post it because I did not know your number...."  Handwritten and signed letter, 2s.    
       
 

von Richthofen, Baronin.  12 Sept 1922.  Text in German. Handwritten and signed postcard.

31 Jan 1924. Text in German.  Handwritten and signed postcard.

   
       
  Lawrence, Frieda    
1:2 Auntie.  7 Nov.  "I wanted to go to [V----], the grave [and it] seemed not good enough I must take him away--...."  Handwritten and signed letter (photostat of original), 3s.    
       
 

Houghland, Willard.  10 Feb 1944.  "Sent proofs today by bus love."  Telegram

8 May 1944.  "Wire Dial Press suggest making defense attack on hush hush. With press cutting from Santa Fe New Mexican, 1 May 1944, in reference to seizure of 400 copies of Lady Chatterley's Lover." Telegram.

5 Feb 1946. "Are you really getting a divorce?...."  Handwritten and signed letter, 1s.

7 Apr 1948. "I was so glad to hear from you, I thought you were cross with me.  No of course "the first Lady 6" is yours forever...."  Handwritten and signed letter, 1s.

   
       
  Luhan, Mabel Dodge from Morris L. Ernst.  9 May.  "Just returned from England yesterday hence delay in answering your telegram. Have been in touch with Dial Press. They are represented by reputable and competent attorneys...."  Telegram.    
       
  Mercer, Mr.  30 May 1951.  "Helen Corke's book is moving & beautiful, as it were one woman writing about another woman friend, Lawrence would have been interested...." 
Carbon copy typed letter, 1s.
   
       
  Stieglitz, Alfred to Freida Lawrence.  [25] Jul 1934.  "The book arrived to-day. I have been waiting for it since you told me you would write it...."  Handwritten and signed letter, 1s.    
       
  Zeitlin, Jake.  28 May 1939.  "Lt Mawr free for Aldous and you good luck."  Telegram.    
       
  Carswell, Catherine    
  Beveridge, Millicent.  circa 1937.  "Dear Miss Beveridge, Thank you very much for your letter and for giving me that very interesting extract from the letter from Lawrence...."  Handwritten and signed letter, 1s with envelope.    
       
  Sir.  Undated.  "Dear Sir, As usual on Sunday morning after glancing at the middle page of the Observer I turned to your article which I always enjoy very much [primarily] I suppose--the [---] of human nature--because your opinion coincides with my own...."  Handwritten and signed letter, 2s.    
       
  Houghland, Willard    
  Joel, George W. (The Dial Press) to Willard Houghland.  1 May 1944.  "Mr. John Sumner, of the Society for the Suppression of Vice, bounced into our office last Thursday and grabbed 400 copies of The First Lady Chatterley...."  Typed and signed letter, 1s.    
       
  Armitage, Merle (Look) to Willard Houghland.  11 Dec 1950.  "Yes, all the material arrived including the book, and I am sending you a Look check for $16...." Typed and signed letter, with one page of typed notes and corrections by Houghland to be made to the Armitage article.    
       
  Associated Press release in reference to Willard Houghland's satisfaction at the dismissal of an obscenity charge against Lady Chatterley; Houghland's handwritten notes.    
       
  Martin, John    
1:3 Clark, C. E. Frazer, Jr. (ed. The Nathaniel Hawthorne Journal). Typed and signed letter, 1975.    
  Clodd, Alan.  3 typed and signed letters, 1972-1975.    
  Cohen, Steve.  Typed and signed letter, 1974.    
  Cunard, Nancy.  Typed and signed review of Pinorman by Richard Aldington for Time and Tide Literary Weekly, Apr 1954, 1p.    
  Currey, L. W. (Rare Books Inc.).  Typed and signed letter, 1972.    
  Ghiselin, Brewster.  Typed and signed letter, 1974.    
  Gud, Anton.  2 typed and signed letters, 1972.    
  Hilton, Enid. 2 typed and signed letters, 1971, 1972.    
  Metcalf, Neal.  Handwritten and signed letter, 1974.  (See also Series 2: Writings: "D. H. Lawrence and the Civilization of Touch")    
  Miller, Henry.  3 handwritten and signed letter, 1970.    
  Out of the Ark Press.  2 typed and signed letters, 1971.    
  Pollinger, Laurence.  (Laurence Pollinger Limited, Author's Agents).  2 typed and signed letters, 1973.    
  Powell, Lawrence Clark.  Handwritten and signed postcard, 1974.    
  Roberts, Warren.  5 typed and signed letters, 1971-1972.    
  Rota Ltd., Bertram.  3 typed and signed letters, 1971.    
  Spencer, Roy.  4 handwritten and signed letters, handwritten and signed postcard, 8 typed and signed letters, 1973-1975.    
  Wade, John Stevens.  Typed and signed letter, 1973.    
       
  McDonald, Edward David    
  Hawk, Mr. from Edward David McDonald.  12 Sept. Handwritten and signed letter, 1s.  (Removed from The Writings of D.H. Lawrence, 1925-1930, A Bibiliographic Supplement)    
       

Series 2: Writings

1:1 "Altitude"    
  Carbon copy typed play in 2 scenes.  Handwritten note on title page indicates this copy removed from Frieda Lawrence's files, 27p.    
       
  "The Ancient Metropolis of the Etruscans"    
  Photocopy of an article as it appeared in Travel, Dec 1927.    
       
1:2 Birds, Beasts and Flowers    
  Excised page of detailed description of the book of poems and reproduction of diary notes; source unknown. Removed from Pansies.  London: P. R. Stephensen, 1929.    
       
  The Captain's Doll    
  Handwritten and signed draft with handwritten revisions, 78p.  Manuscript is housed in a post-bound folder with an original pen and ink illustration of the captain peering through a window at a woman seated in a chair, holding the doll.    
       
   "The Censor"    
  Photocopy of an article by Aldous Huxley featuring illustrations by D.H. Lawrence; appeared in Vanity Fair, Nov 1929.    
       
  "The City of the Dead At Cerveteri"    
  Photocopy of an article as it appeared in Travel, Nov 1927.    
       
  "A Collier's Friday Night"    
 

Photocopy of a radio programme schedule featuring a radio adaptation of the play.

Reel-to-reel audio recording of the BBC production, Aug 1971.

   
       
  "D. H. Lawrence and the Civilization of Touch"    
  Neal Metcalf.  Photocopy of a typed essay, 9p.  Apr 1972. (See also Series 1: Correspondence: Metcalf, Neal to John Martin)    
       
1:4 "D. H. Lawrence and the Theatre"    
  Derek Patmore. AMsS draft of personal memories in an exercise book.    
       
  "D. H. Lawrence: Ten Years of Criticism, 1959-1968, A Checklist"    
  Richard D. Beards with the assistance of G. B. Crump.    
       
1:5 "D. H. Lawrence in Cornwall. An Interview with Stanley Hocking"    
  Written by John Stevens Wade.  vCarbon copy typescript, 64p.    
       
1:6 "The Daughter-in-Law"    
 

Programme for the Emma Theatre Company production of the play.

Photocopy of a review of the McCarter Theatre production of the play appearing in The New York Times, 11 Mar 1974.

   
       
  David    
  Pencil sketches of the set design, with AN on verso, 2p.    
       
  "Dostoevsky"    
  Photocopy of a typed unpublished essay with explanatory note by George Andrew Panichas, 6p.    
       
  Dragon of the Apocalypse    
  Introduction by D.H. Lawrence for a book by Frederick Carter, excised from The London Mercury,  Jul 1930.    
       
1:7 "The Escaped Cock"    
 

Carbon copy typed and typed draft with handwritten revisions, first half only, 24p.  Marked “Must await American release date.”  Published by Black Sun Press in 1929. Later published as “The Man Who Died” by Martin Secker in 1931.

Photographic reproductions of an illustration for a proposed title page and other possibly related sketches. Photo-negs of same.

Black Sparrow Press publication announcement. 2 copies.

   
       
  Etruscan Places    
1:8

Uncorrected first proofs. The Riverside Press Ltd (Edinburough) for Martin Secker. Feb 8 1932.

Photocopies of reviews.

“Sketches of Etruscan Places.”  Carbon copy typed draft of Chapters II, III, VI, originally published in Etruscan Places (Martin Secker, 1932), 86p. Handwritten revisions by D.H. Lawrence with further editor’s and printer’s marks and revisions.  Also published as a series of articles for Travel Magazine, 1928.

“The Painted Tombs of Tarquinia.”  Part III of a series of articles for Travel  Magazine, Jan 1928. Photocopy.

   
1:9 Portfolio in which the manuscript was housed.    
       
1:10 "Fantasia of the Unconscious"    
  Photostat of original handwritten epilogue, 3p; photocopy of excised epilogue from unknown source.    
       
  "The Fight for Barbara"    
  Mermaid Theatre booking form and synopsis of play.    
       
  Fire and Other Poems    
  Book Club of California publication announcement.    
       
  "The First Edition of D. H. Lawrence: The Long Adolescence"    
  Programme for a one man show taken from his early writings.  Presented by Roy Spencer, 9 Mar 1977.    
       
  The Fox    
 

Film producer's campaign book with 10 black/white photo stills from the film adaptation of the novella.

2 movie posters in 2 versions.  (Located in Map Case 3)

   
       
  "The Future of the Novel"    
  Carbon copy essay with handwritten revisions, 6p.  Carbon copy typed [list of corrections], 2p.    
       
  "The Gentle Art of Marketing in Mexico"    
  Photocopy of an article as it appeared in Travel , Apr 1926.    
       
2:1 Lady Chatterley's Lover    
 

[News wire story] in reference to pending court decision concerning obscenity charge.

Photostat of an agreement between Frieda Lawrence and the Dial Press, Inc. for publication.  Includes a photostat of a typed and signed letter from Sidney Phillps to Willard Houghland (Assistant to the Director, Lab of Anthropology, Santa Fe, New Mexico), 16 Nov 1943.

Press cuttings in reference to obscenity charge and commentaries on the book.

The Lady Chatterley's Lover Trial.  Edited by H. Montgomery Hyde.  Dust jacket.

Publication announcements.

Film producer's campaign book for the film adaptation.

Movie poster. (Located in Map Case 3)

(See also Series 3: Miscellaneous)

   
       
2:2 "Lawrence and Ultima Thule"    
  Derek Patmore.  Typed and signed essay, 8p.    
       
2:3 Letters from D.H. Lawrence to Martin Secker, 1911-1930    
  Entharmon Press galley proof.    
       
  "The Letters of D.H. Lawrence"    
  James T. Boulton, General Editor. 1977.    
       
  Look!  We Have Come Through.  A Cycle of Love Poems.    
  Publication announcement.    
       
2:4 "The Married Man"    
  Carbon copy typescript of an unpublished play in four acts, with handwritten revisions, 63p.    
       
2:5 "The Merry-Go-Round"    
 

Carbon copy typescript of a play in five acts, with handwritten revisions, 109p.

Programme for the Royal Court Theatre and H. H. Wingate Charitable Foundation production of Peter Gill's adaptation, (2 copies) with advertisement proofs.

Photocopy of a typed and signed letter from Hans Schwarze to Lori N. Curtis in reference to Special Collections copy as compared to other existing copies, 25 Nov 1988.

   
       
2:6 "New Eve and Old Adam"    
  Handwritten and signed short story, 14p.    
       
2:7 "The Peep Show"    
  Walter Wilkinson. Reader's report by D.H. Lawrence in the form of a typed letter, undated, 5p.    
       
2:8 "The Proper Study."    
  Carbon copy typed essay with handwritten revisions, 6p.    
       
2:9 Reflections on the Death of a Porcupine and Other Essays    
 

Contents include “The Crown,” “The Novel,” “Him With His Tail in His Mouth,” Blessed are the Powerful,” “Love,” “Was Once a Little Boy,” “Reflections on the Death of a Porcupine,” and “Aristocracy.”

Typescript with extensive revisions, deletions, and additions to text, 151p. This typescript is the earliest known version of this work which was first published in 1925 by the Centaur Press: Philadelphia, 1925.

Mock-up for the layout and typeface used for the spine of the Centaur edition; pen and ink drawing of a porcupine used on the half-title of the same edition.

   
       
  "The Rocking Horse Winner"    
  Promotional material and poster for the film adaptation.   (Located in Map Case 3)    
       
2:10 Sex, Literature and Censorship    
  Photocopied press cutting of a review by Philip Toynbee. Removed from Sex, Literature and Censorship.   Edited by Harry T. Moore. London: Heinemann, 1955.    
       
  “Sketches of Etruscan Places”    
  (See Series 2: Writings: Etruscan Places)    
       
  Sons and Lovers    
 

Photocopied press cutting of an article regarding the film adaptation.

Poster for the film adaptation.  (Located in Map Case 3)

   
       
  "Strike-Pay"    
  Photocopy of a short story as it appeared in Esquire, Jun 1934.    
       
  Studies ini Classic American Literature    
  "Whitman"    
  Carbon copy typed essay, 9p.    
       
  "A Sunday Stroll In Sleepy Mexico"    
  Photocopy of an article as it appeared in Travel Magazine, Nov 1926.    
       
  "Touch and Go"    
  Programme for a Questors Theatre production of the three act play.    
       
  "Turnabout is Fair"    
  Photocopy of a short story as it appeared in Esquire, undated.    
       
2:11 "Virgin and the Gypsy"    
 

8 color photo stills from the film adaptation.

2 posters (in 2 versions) of the film adaptation.  (Located in Map Case 3)

   
       
  "The Widowing of Mrs. Holroyd"    
 

Programme for the Phoenix Theatre Company production, with typed and signed letter from [Roy] to John Martin, 3 Apr 1975 laid in.

Photocopy of a radio programmes schedule listing the radio adaptation of the play.

   
       
  "The White Stocking"    
 

Carbonn copy typed transcription of a short story originally written in an exercise book, 11p.

Photocopy of excised short story from 2 unknown sources.

   
       
  "The Wind-Swept Stronghold of Volterra"    
  Photocopy of an article as it appeared in Travel Magazine, Feb 1928.    
       
2:12 "Women in Lawrence"    
  Dorothy Baker.  Mimeograph script for radio broadcast, 21 Jul 1975, with handwritten revisions, 39p.    
       
  Women in Love    
2:13

Publication announcement and subscription form containing D.H. Lawrence’s foreword forWomen in Love. Photocopy of same.

"The First Edition of Lawrence's Foreword to Women in Love." By Cooney, Seamus (Department of English, Western Michigan University).  Photocopy of a typescript, 12p.

Film producer's campaign book for the film adaptation.

3 posters (in 3 versions) for the film adaptation.  (Located in Map Case 3)

   
       
  The Writings of D.H. Lawrence, 1925-1930, A Bibliography    
 

Edward David McDonald.  Carbon copy typed foreword by D.H. Lawrence written for the McDonald book; accompanied by typed note (initialed by C. W. B. T.) dated 7 Sept 1932, with reference to the possibility of it containing anything objectionable from a legal standpoint, 6p.

(See also Series 1: Correspondence: McDonald, Edward David)

   
       
  "The Year in Flowery Tuscany"    
  Photocopy of an article as it appeared in Travel Magazine, Apr 1929.    
       

Series 3: Miscellaneous

1:1 Press cuttings of articles about D.H. Lawrence.    
       
1:2

Reproduction of a photograph of D.H. Lawrence (from the Witter Bynner photographs of D.H. Lawrence volume); reproduction of a studio portrait of D.H. Lawrence.

Original photograph of Mabel Dodge Luhan pictured with her husband.

Original photograph of "Aunt Milly" (Millicent Beveridge), D.H. Lawrence and Frieda Lawrence (from the Catherine Carswell material).

Pencil drawing by Kai G. Gotzsche, featuring D.H. Lawrence, Knud Merrild and Gotzsche in New Mexico. Merrild and Gotzsche were Danish painters visiting with D.H. Lawrence in New Mexico, circa 1922-1923.

   
       
 

Programs and related materials for the 1970 Lawrence Country Festival of the Arts.

Exhibition catalogue (page proof and printed catalogue) of an exhibition of first editions and manuscripts from the D. H. Lawrence Collection of John E. Baker, Jr.

Bibliographies, biographical blurbs.

D. H. Lawrence Society poster.

National Portrait Gallery poster featuring D.H. Lawrence.

New Mexico Artists and Writers.  A Celebration, 1940.  Re-publication of the June 26, 1940 Artists and Writers edition of The Santa Fe New Mexican.  (Located in Map Case 3)

D.H. Lawrence Centenary Festival Stickers. September 1985.

Souvenir postcards depicting the Lawrence family home in Eastwood; D.H. Lawrence; Haggs Farm.

Stationery and envelope with The Letters of D.H. Lawrence letterhead.

   
       
2:1 Autograph album. Includes a miniature watercolor painting and AMs inscription to Rabbi Ben Ezra Browning, by D.H. Lawrence.    
       
2:2 Reel-to-reel audio recording of a BBC interview with Frieda Lawrence about D.H. Lawrence. 1957.    
       
2;3 Metal tray painted by D.H. Lawrence.    
       
2:4

Wooden box painted by D.H. Lawrence.

Framed needlework of an Etruscan figure, possibly worked by D.H. Lawrence. (Color transparency available)

Framed oil painting by D.H. Lawrence. (5th floor)

   
       
3:1 John Martin's copies of 28 booksellers catalogues in which D.H. Lawrence items are listed.    

 

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