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Rudyard Kipling Collection

An inventory of the collection at Syracuse University

Overview of the Collection

Creator: Kipling, Rudyard, 1865-1936.
Title: Rudyard Kipling Collection
Inclusive Dates: 1883-1967
Quantity: 13.0 linear ft.
Abstract: Papers of the British author, novelist, poet, journalist. Includes correspondence, writings, and memorabilia of the British author as well as research material from a number of private collections. Correspondence, totaling over 950 items (over 750 authored by Kipling) and spanning 1889-1935, includes incoming and outgoing letters as well as third-party correspondence. Writings include holographic and/or typescript manuscripts and published versions of Kipling's prose, speeches, verse and dramatic works as well as production records, notes, and miscellany. Memorabilia consists of legal material, photographs, portraits and caricatures, printed materials sketches by Kipling, writings by other, and miscellany. Also included are three small collections of Kipling material formerly owned by H.H. and S.S. McClure, E.W. Martindell, and Alan D. Wilson.
Language: English
Repository: Special Collections Research Center,
Syracuse University Libraries
222 Waverly Avenue
Syracuse, NY 13244-2010
http://scrc.syr.edu

Biographical History

Joseph Rudyard Kipling (1865–1936) was an English author and poet. His best-known works include the novels and short story collections The Jungle Book (1894), Just So Stories (1902), Puck of Pook's Hill (1906), and Kim (1901), as well as a number of poems such as "Mandalay" (1890), "Gunga Din" (1890), and "If—" (1910).

Kipling was born in Bombay, India, into an artistic family: his father was a sculptor, pottery designer, and professor of architectural sculpture and two of his aunts were married to painters (Georgiana to Edward Burne-Jones and Agnes to Edward Poynter). At the age of six and he his sister were sent back to England to school, as was common with the children of British colonial India. After six unsatisfactory years with a Mr. and Mrs. Holloway, Rudyard and Trix were taken in by their aunt Georgiana.

Kipling attended the United Services College in Devon and then went to Lahore in what is now Pakistan to become assistant editor of a small newspaper. In addition to editing, Kipling contributed a great many stories to the paper (approximately 39 in one year) and several travel sketches. In 1889 Kipling returned to London via a roundabout eight-month journey that took him to Rangoon, Singapore, Hong Kong and Japan, and various cities in the United States and Canada. Upon his arrival in London he began building a reputation as a writer, publishing two novels in two years along with several short stories.

In 1892 Kipling married Carrie Balestier and shortly thereafter the couple moved to the United States, settling in Vermont, where Kipling began writing the Jungle Book stories and produced four novels in four years. In July 1899, despite their pleasant life in Vermont, Kipling decided to return to England and came to Torquay on the Devon coast. Kipling soon earned a reputation as "the poet of the Empire" and when he and his family paid a Christmas visit to the British colonies in South Africa (which became an annual tradition) they were warmly received.

In 1907 Kipling was awarded the Nobel Prize for Literature "in consideration of the power of observation, originality of imagination, virility of ideas and remarkable talent for narration which characterize the creations of this world-famous author," becoming the first English-language recipient.

After World War I, during which Kipling's only son John was killed, he wrote (1923) a two-volume history of his son's regiment, the Irish Guards, which is considered to be one of the finest examples of regimental history. He also became a "roving correspondent" for the British press. Among his other occupations, in 1922 he developed "The Ritual of the Calling of an Engineer" for the University of Toronto, a statement of duties and responsibilities to be recited by graduates in engineering; the ritual is sometimes called the Kipling Ritual and is still in use today. In 1925 he became Lord Rector of St. Andrews University in Scotland, though his writing began to slow somewhat in the late 1920s and early 1930s.

Kipling died in 1936 and his ashes were interred in Poet's Corner in Westminster Abbey, in the company of other luminaries of British literature including Geoffrey Chaucer, Edmund Spenser, Charles Dickens, Thomas Hardy, and Alfred Lord Tennyson.

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Scope and Contents of the Collection

The Rudyard Kipling Collection contains the papers of the British author, novelist, poet, and journalist, as well as three small collections of Kipling material formerly owned by H.H. and S.S. McClure, E.W. Martindell, and Alan D. Wilson.

Correspondence contains more than 950 items (over 750 authored by Kipling) and spanning 1889-1935, includes incoming and outgoing letters as well as third-party correspondence. Writings include holographic and/or typescript manuscripts and published versions of Kipling's prose, speeches, verse and dramatic works as well as production records, notes, and miscellany. Memorabilia consists of legal material, photographs, portraits and caricatures, printed materials sketches by Kipling, writings by other, and miscellany.

McClure material contains correspondence (7 items), writings (including notes on Kipling's lawsuit against Putnam), and memorabilia (clippings, photographs, and miscellaneous).

E.W. Martindell material contains correspondence (1 item), writings (including 29 uncollected Kipling verses), and memorabilia (clippings with a short explanatory piece by Martindell).

Alan D. Wilson material consists of correspondence (15+ items), writings about Kipling, and memorabilia relating to Wilson.

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Arrangement of the Collection

Outgoing and incoming correspondence is arranged chronologically. Third-party correspondence (neither from nor to Kipling) is arranged alphabetically by sender. Writings and Memorabilia are arranged alphabetically by type. The three smaller collections are arranged alphabetically by type of material.

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Restrictions

Access Restrictions

There are no access restrictions on this material.

Use Restrictions

Written permission must be obtained from SCRC and all relevant rights holders before publishing quotations, excerpts or images from any materials in this collection.

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Related Material

Special Collections Research Center has made a concerted effort over the years to ensure that its manuscript and rare books holdings complement each other. As a result, many of our manuscript collections are supported by books, pamphlets, serials and other items which are cataloged in the Rare Books Collection. Please be sure to search SUMMIT, our main catalog for these related materials.

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Subject Headings

Persons

Kipling, Caroline, 1865-1939.
Kipling, Elsie.
Kipling, John Lockwood, 1837-1911.
Kipling, Rudyard, 1865-1936 -- Archives.
McClure, H. H.
McClure, S. S. (Samuel Sidney), 1857-1949.

Corporate Bodies

S.S. McClure Company (New York, N.Y.)

Subjects

Dramatists, English.
English literature -- 19th century.
English literature -- 20th century.
English literature -- Illustrations.
English literature -- Manuscripts.
English poetry -- Manuscripts.
Journalists -- England.
Novelists, English.
Poets, English.
War stories, English.

Genres and Forms

Articles.
Catalogs.
Clippings (information artifacts)
Correspondence.
Drafts (documents)
Galley proofs.
Illustrations.
Juvenilia.
Photographs.
Poems.
Scrapbooks.
Sketches.
Telegrams.

Occupations

Authors.
Dramatists.
Journalists.
Novelists.
Poets.

Administrative Information

Preferred Citation

Preferred citation for this material is as follows:

Rudyard Kipling Collection,
Special Collections Research Center,
Syracuse University Libraries

Acquisition Information

Purchases, gifts of Chancellor William Pearson Tolley, David J. Holmes, Lisa Lewis.

Finding Aid Information

Created by: SEH
Date: Mar 1993
Revision history: 20 Nov 2007 - converted to EAD (MRC); 7 Apr 2015 - amended date on Henley letter (MRC)

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Inventory

Correspondence
Outgoing
Box 1 1889 Jan Mr. G. Hooper - ALS
Box 1 [1890] Elizabeth Bisland - ALS
Box 1 [1890?] William Ernest Henley - ALS
Box 1 [1892?] William Ernest Henley - ALS
Box 1 1890 Mar 2 Mr. A. P. Watt - ALS
Box 1 1890 Mar 4 Fitzroy Bell - ALS
Box 1 1890 Mar 5 Fitzroy Bell - ALS
Box 1 1890 Mar 11 Fitzroy Bell - ALS
Box 1 1890 May ? Agnes Macdonald Poynter - ALS
Box 1 1890 May 17 [ ] Jilbert - ALS
Box 1 1890 Jun 12 [ ] - ALS
Box 1 1890 Aug 13 A. P. Watt - ALS
Box 1 1890 Dec 6 Edmund Gosse - ALS
Box 1 1891 Apr 30 [ ] - ALS
Box 1 1891 May 14 Norman McColl - ALS
Box 1 1891 Aug Lady Pollock - ALS
Box 1 1891 Aug 12 [Fitzroy] Bell - ALS
Box 1 1891 Dec 5 John S. Lee - ALS
Box 1 1892 Jan 18 William Ernest Henley - ALS
Box 1 1892 Jan 30 Mrs. Sington - ALS
Box 1 1892 Feb 9 Mrs. Sington - ALS
Box 1 1892 Sep 25 Mr. Gilder - ALS
Box 1 1892 Nov 10 Richard Harding Davis - ALS
Box 1 1893 Mar 19 D. Appleton & Co. - ALS
Box 1 1893 May 22 W. J. Bok - ALS
Box 1 1893 Jun 22 [Herbert] Stephen - ALS
Box 1 1893 Jul 21 Association of American Authors - ALS
Box 1 1893 Jul 23 Youth's Companion - ALS
Box 1 1893 Oct 5 Guy Newell Boothby - ALS
Box 1 1893 Oct 24 Miss E. M. Willard - ALS
Box 1 1893 Dec 10 Corpl. J. H. Cooke - ALS
Box 1 1893 Dec 10 S. McClure - ALS
Box 1 1893 Dec 10 Edward Lucas White - ALS
Box 1 [1894] Elliott & Fry - ALS
Box 1 1894 Mar 9 Mr. [Frank Hall] Scott - ALS
Box 1 1894 Jun 4 J. Stuart - ALS
Box 1 1894 Aug 17 Scribner's Magazine - ALS
Box 1 1894 Aug 21 [Edward L. Burlingame] - ALS
Box 1 1894 Aug 24 Mary Mapes Dodge - ALS
Box 1 1894 Aug 27 T. Fisher Unman - ALS
Box 1 1894 Sep 2 Mary Mapes Dodge - ALS
Box 1 1894 Sep 6 Mary Mapes Dodge - ALS
Box 1 [1894? Sep 22] Mary Mapes Dodge - ALS
Box 1 1894 Nov 16 E. M. Camp - ALS
Box 1 1894 Nov 16 Mrs. Sington - ALS
Box 1 1894 Dec 4 D. O. Melville - ALS
Box 1 1894 Dec 12 George W. Melville - ALS
Box 2 1895 Apr 3 Charles Eliot Norton - ALS
Box 2 1895 Apr 10 Mr. [J. L.] Nourse - ALS
Box 2 1895 Jun 14 Paul Wyatt - ALS
Box 2 1895 Jul 24 Paul Wyatt - ALS
Box 2 1895 Jul 29 Paul Wyatt - ALS
Box 2 1895 Sep 24 Messrs Smith & Winchester - ALS
Box 2 1895 Nov 23 W. Hallett Phillips - ALS
Box 2 1895 Dec 22 Miss Conant - ALS
Box 2 1896 Mar 14 Robert Barr - ALS
Box 2 1896 Apr 7 Alan D. Wilson - ALS
Box 2 1896 May 10 Rufus Fairchild Zogbaum - ALS
Box 2 1896 May 27 [ ] - ALS
Box 2 1896 May 31 Rufus Fairchild Zogbaum - ALS
Box 2 1896 Jul 28 Reuben Best Co. - ALS
Box 2 1896 Aug 24 H. H. McClure - ALS
Box 2 1896 Oct 29 Edith Nesbit Bland - ALS
Box 2 1896 Nov 2 Robert Barr - ALS
Box 2 1896 Nov 7 Robert Barr - ALS
Box 2 1896 Nov 8 Mrs. Sington - ALS
Box 2 [1897 Jan 24] H. Mineloz - ALS
Box 2 1897 Mar 1 Mary Mapes Dodge - ALS
Box 2 [1897 May 20] William A. Fraser - ALS
Box 2 1897 [May/June] Mr. Adee - ALS
Box 2 1897 Jun 23 George Allen - ALS
Box 2 1897 Aug 22 Mrs. George E. Buckle - ALS
Box 2 [1897 Late Aug] Miss Blogg - ALS
Box 2 1897 Sep 10 [Edward] Burlingame - ALS copy
Box 2 1897 Dec 2 George E. Buckle - ALS
Box 2 1897 Dec 2 Walter R. Lawrence, bart. - ALS
Box 3 1898 Jan 20 Bruno Lessing - ALS
Box 3 1898 May 20 Mr. Spearing - ALS
Box 3 1898 Jul 11 W. Woods - ACS
Box 3 1898 Jul 23 Walter Besant - ALS
Box 3 1898 Aug 14 Walter R. Lawrence, bart. - ALS
Box 3 1898 Sep 23 Frank Bullen - ACS
Box 3 1898 [Oct] Frank Bullen - ALS
Box 3 1898 Nov 11 Frank Bullen - ALS
Box 3 1898 Nov 12 Mrs. Sington - ACS
Box 3 1898 Nov 25 Frank Bullen - ALS
Box 3 1898 Dec 5 Mrs. [ ] - ALS
Box 3 1898 Dec 6 Mrs. Armitage - ACS
Box 3 1899 Copeland Kell - ALS
Box 3 [1899?] H. H. McClure - telegram
Box 3 circa 1899 Mr. [ ] - ALS
Box 3 1899 H. H. McClure (signed "Doubleday") - telegram
Box 3 1899 H. H. McClure (signed "S. S. McClure") - telegram
Box 3 1899 Jan 19 Mrs. Sington - ALS
Box 3 1899 Feb 6 Rufus Fairchild Zogbaum - ALS
Box 3 1899 Feb 13 Arthur Brentano - Brentanos - ALS
Box 3 1899 Feb 18 H. H. McClure - ALS
Box 3 1899 Mar-Apr [The Press] - ALS (draft)
Box 3 1899 Sep 19 The New York Press - ALS
Box 3 1899 Sep 22 Walter R. Lawrence, bart. - ALS
Box 3 1899 Oct 19 [Vernon Blackburn?] - ALS
Box 3 1899 Nov 29 Walter R. Lawrence, bart. - ALS
Box 3 1899 Dec 23 Caspar Whitney - ACS
Box 3 1899 Dec 29 Mrs. Trotter - ACS
Box 3 1900 Jan 1 Mr. and Mrs. Frederick W. Childs - ACS
Box 3 1900 Jan 2 H. H. McClure - ALS
Box 3 1900 May 28 W. French - ACS
Box 3 1900 Jun 21 [Sir Frederick James Mirrielees] - ACS
Box 3 1900 Jun 21 Walter R. Lawrence, bart. - ACS
Box 3 1900 Aug 20 C. W. N. Rolfe - ALS
Box 3 1900 Aug 24 C. W. N. Rolfe - ALS
Box 3 1900 Sep 21 J. Watson - ALS
Box 3 1900 Oct 16 Sir Henry Fletcher - ALS
Box 3 1900 Oct 30 Augustus Gurlitz - ALS
Box 3 1900 Nov 4 C. W. N. Rolfe - ALS
Box 3 1901 Jan 24 [ ] Heathcote - ALS
Box 3 1901 Apr 16 A. E. Wayt - ALS
Box 3 1901 May 16 Mr. Walker - ALS
Box 3 1901 May 19 A. E. Wayt - ALS
Box 3 1901 May 23 Augustus Gurlitz - ALS
Box 3 1901 May 24 H. H. McClure - copy
Box 3 1901 May 30 H. H. McClure - ALS
Box 3 1901 May 30 Mr. Walker - ALS
Box 3 1901 Jun 13 Augustus Gurlitz - ALS
Box 3 1901 Jun 29 Augustus Gurlitz - TLS, ALS
Box 3 1901 Jun 29 Mr. Walker - ALS
Box 3 1901 Jul 1 John S. Arkwright - ALS
Box 3 1901 Aug 8 [ ] - ALS
Box 3 1901 Aug 14 Mr. Walker - ALS
Box 3 1901 Aug 21 Miss Maury - ALS
Box 3 1901 Sep 1 Bruce M. Falconer - ALS
Box 3 1901 Sep 21 G. Matheson - ALS
Box 3 1901 Nov 16 Mrs. Guthrie - ALS
Box 3 1901 Dec 4 Guy Newell Boothby - ALS
Box 3 1901 Dec 14 [ ] Rutter - TLS
Box 3 1902 Mar 23 Capt. Morton Riter - ALS
Box 3 1902 Apr 16 A. E. Wayt - ALS
Box 3 1902 Jun 6 George E. Buckle - ALS
Box 3 1902 Jul 17 Lady Edward Cecil - ALS
Box 3 1902 Jul 23 Edward William Bok - ALS
Box 3 1902 Aug 16 J. Smith - ALS
Box 3 1902 Aug 21 W. J. Smith - ALS
Box 3 1902 Sep 24 Lady Edward Cecil - ALS
Box 3 1902 Sep 25 Mr. Matheson - ALS
Box 3 1902 Sep 29 Lady Edward Cecil - TLS
Box 3 1902 Oct 8 Lady Edward Cecil - ALS
Box 3 1902 Oct 19 Ambrose Poynter - ALS
Box 3 1902 Nov 3 F. E. James - TLS
Box 3 1902 Nov 15 Lady Edward Cecil - ALS
Box 3 1902 Dec 3 Mrs. Sington - ALS
Box 4 1903 May 13 W. J. Smith - ALS
Box 4 1903 Jul 9 Mrs. Sington - ALS
Box 4 1903 Aug 16 Augustus Gurlitz - ALS
Box 4 1903 Sep 22 Leigh Canney - TLS copy
Box 4 1903 Dec 7 Mrs. Trotter - ALS
Box 4 1903 Dec 11 A. B. Filson Young - ALS
Box 4 1904 Mar 22 A. B. Filson Young - ALS
Box 4 1904 Jul 16 Mr. [Alfred J. Warne] Browne - ALS
Box 4 1904 Sep 29 Edward William Bok - ALS
Box 4 1904 Oct 10 Mr. Leonard - ALS
Box 4 1904 Oct 25 [ ] - ALS
Box 4 1904 Nov 22 Henry Wymyss Feilden - ACS
Box 4 1904 Nov 22 Walter R. Lawrence, bart. - ALS
Box 4 1904 Nov 24 W. J. Smith - ALS
Box 4 1904 Nov 27 A. Sutherland-Harris - ALS
Box 4 1904 Nov 28 A. B. Filson Young - ALS
Box 4 1904 Nov 29 Mr. Smith - ALS
Box 4 1905 Jan 3 Edward William Bok - ALS
Box 4 1905 Feb 21 George Baldwin - ALS
Box 4 1905 May 9 R. Malleson - ALS
Box 4 1905 May 22 Mr. Leonard - ALS
Box 4 1905 Jun 21 Edward Noble - ALS
Box 4 1905 Jul 5 Henry Wymyss Feilden - ALS
Box 4 1905 Jul 28 Edward William Bok - ALS
Box 4 1905 Aug 26 Edward William Bok - ALS
Box 4 1905 Oct 4 Mr. Tomalin - ALS
Box 4 1905 Nov 15 Mrs. Nesbitt - ALS
Box 4 1905 Dec 4 Edward William Bok - ALS
Box 4 1905 Dec 16 Mrs. Frank N. Doubleday - ALS
Box 4 1905 Dec 16 A. Sutherland-Harris - ACS
Box 4 1905 Dec 21 [Albert] Hunt - ALS
Box 4 1905 Dec 21 Sir Algernon Methuen - ALS
Box 4 1906 Feb 14 Henry Wymyss Feilden - ALS
Box 4 1906 Mar 22 E. Elliott Frost - ALS
Box 4 [1906] Mar 27 George Baldwin - ALS
Box 4 1906 May 15 A. Sutherland-Harris - ALS
Box 4 1906 Jul 4 Henry Wymyss Feilden - ALS
Box 4 1906 Jul 24 Mr. Cope - ALS
Box 4 1906 Sep 20 Reginald Haines - TLS
Box 4 1906 Oct 14 [Charles] Scribner - ALS
Box 4 [1906 Nov] Claude Flight - ACS
Box 4 1906 Nov 13 Claude Flight - ALS
Box 4 1906 Nov 23 Henry Wymyss Feilden - ACS
Box 4 1906 Dec 10 A. Sutherland-Harris - ALS
Box 4 1907 Mar 27 Henry Wymyss Feilden - ALS
Box 4 1907 May 3 A. Sutherland-Harris - ALS
Box 4 1907 Jun 17 Edward William Bok - ACS
Box 4 1907 Jul 18 Mrs. T. J. B. Nicholson - ACS
Box 4 1907 Aug 23 H. H. McClure - ACS
Box 4 1907 Aug 23 J. Watson - APCS
Box 4 1907 Sep 12 Henry Pegram - ALS
Box 4 1907 Oct H. H. McClure - ALS
Box 4 1907 Oct 12 T. Sothern Holland - ALS
Box 4 1907 Nov 9 Douglas Murray - ALS
Box 4 1907 Nov 9 A. Sutherland-Harris - ACS
Box 4 1907 Nov 26 Mrs. Sington - ALS
Box (Adds) 1907 Dec 7 Henry Wymyss Feilden
Box 4 1907 Dec 17 Henry Pegram - ACS
Box 5 1908 Sunday Lady Edward Cecil - ANS
Box 5 1908 Jan 21 Mr. Garlick - ALS
Box 5 1908 Feb 16 Henry Wymyss Feilden - ALS
Box 5 1908 Mar 11 Mrs. Armitage - ALS
Box 5 1908 Mar 11 Henry Wymyss Feilden - ALS
Box 5 1908 Apr 8 Henry Wymyss Feilden - ALS
Box 5 1908 May 25 Lady Edward Cecil - ALS
Box 5 1908 May 30 Claude Flight - ALS
Box 5 1908 Jun 23 A. Sutherland-Harris - ALS
Box 5 1908 Jun 30 Henry Wymyss Feilden - ALS
Box 5 1908 Jul 4 A. Sutherland-Harris - ALS
Box 5 1908 Jul 8 Lady Edward Cecil - ANS
Box 5 1908 Jul 14 Lady Edward Cecil - ALS
Box 5 1908 Jul 30 [Stephen William] Black - ALS
Box 5 1908 Aug 4 Henry Wymyss Feilden - ALS
Box 5 1908 Aug 12 [Mr.] Leonard - ALS
Box 5 1908 [Aug 18] Mrs. Leonard - ALS
Box 5 1908 Oct 8 [ ] - ALS
Box 5 1908 Oct 14 Mr. Leonard - ALS
Box 5 1908 Oct 17 A. J. Connabeer - TLS
Box 5 1908 Oct 29 A. Sutherland-Harris - ALS
Box 5 1908 Nov 17 Mr. Brand - ALS
Box 5 1908 Nov 20 Edward William Bok - TLS
Box 5 1908 Nov 26 A. Sutherland-Harris - ALS
Box 5 1908 Dec 2 Lady Edward Cecil - ANS
Box 5 [1908?] Dec 21 A. Sutherland-Harris - ALS
Box 5 1908 Dec 26 Sir Algernon Methuen - ACS
Box 5 1909 Jan 10 Henry Wymyss Feilden - ALS
Box 5 1909 Jan 29 Henry Wymyss Feilden - ALS
Box 5 [1909 Mar] James Rennell Rodd - ANS
Box 5 1909 Mar 4 James Rennell Rodd - ALS
Box 5 1909 Mar 9 James Rennell Rodd - ANS
Box 5 1909 Apr 2 James Rennell Rodd - ACS
Box 5 1909 Apr 6 Fred Runtree - ALS
Box 5 [1909 Apr 7] Lady James Rodd - ACS
Box 5 1909 Apr 11 Lady James Rodd - ALS
Box 5 1909 May 7 William Earl Hodgson - ALS
Box 5 1909 Jun 3 Scottish Provident Institute - ACS
Box 5 1909 Jun 10 Claude Flight - TLS
Box 5 1909 Jul 13 Ian D. Colvin - ACS
Box 5 1909 Aug 2 Lady Edward Cecil - ALS
Box 5 1909 Aug 24 Henry Wymyss Feilden - ALS
Box 5 1909 Aug 30 Joseph Jacobs - ALS
Box 5 1909 Sep 7 Mrs. Lucy Pearson - TLS
Box 5 1909 Sep 9 A. Selwyn Bruce - ALS
Box 5 1909 Sep 30 A. Selwyn Bruce - ACS
Box 5 1909 Oct 29 Henry Wymyss Feilden - ALS
Box 5 1909 Nov 12 Thomas Seccombe - TLS
Box 5 [1909 Dec] Henry Wymyss Feilden - ACS
Box 5 1909 Dec 30 Henry Wymyss Feilden - ACS
Box 5 [1910] Mr. Shee of National Service League - AL copy
Box 5 1910 Jan 15 Henry Wymyss Feilden - ALS
Box 5 1910 Jan 22 Edward William Bok - ALS
Box 5 1910 Jan 22 Henry Wymyss Feilden - ALS
Box 5 1910 Jan 27 Major C. F. Massey - ALS
Box 5 1910 Feb 3 C. W. N. Rolfe - ALS
Box 5 1910 Feb 8 Henry Wymyss Feilden - ALS
Box 5 1910 [Mar] Miss Maggie Hooper - ALS
Box 5 1910 Jul 12 [Mr. Shee, of Nat'l Service League] - AL
Box 5 1910 Aug 2 Henry Wymyss Feilden - ALS
Box 5 1910 Aug 27 Mr. Paine - ALS
Box 5 1910 Sep 7 Mr. Leonard - ALS
Box 5 [1910?] Oct 22 Major Chapman - ALS
Box 5 1910 Nov 9 Ethel Rolt Wheeler - ALS
Box 5 1910 Nov 24 Henry Wymyss Feilden - ALS
Box 5 1910 Nov 30 Douglas Sladen - ALS
Box 5 1910 Dec 11 J. Porter Watson - ALS
Box 5 1910 Dec 12 J. Porter Watson - ALS
Box 6 [1911 Jan] Edward William Bok - ALS
Box (Adds) 1911 Jan 13 Henry Wymyss Feilden
Box 6 1911 Feb 15 Sher Mohommed - ALS
Box 6 1911 Feb 23 Henry Wymyss Feilden - ALS
Box 6 1911 Mar 6 Henry Wymyss Feilden - ALS
Box 6 1911 Mar 15 Henry Wymyss Feilden - ALS
Box 6 1911 Apr 7 Herman Moroney - ALS
See also Kipling Writings: Miscellany: "A Report of Tour to Automobile Club"
Box 6 1911 Apr 12 Legal & Commercial Ins. - TLS
Box 6 1911 May 11 Lord Alfred Milner - ANS
Box 6 1911 May 12 Miss Ensor - TLS
Box 6 1911 Jun 12 Ralph David Blumenfeld - ACS
Box 6 1911 Jul 21 Sir Bertrand Dawson - ACS
Box 6 1911 Sep 23 Lord Alfred Milner - copy
Box 6 1911 Oct 8 Lady Edward Cecil - ALS
Box 6 1911 Oct 11 Watson [ ] - ALS
Box 6 1911 Oct 14 A. Sutherland-Harris - ACS
Box 6 1911 Oct 16 Ian D. Colvin - ALS
Box 6 1911 Oct 20 [ ] Trotter - ALS
Box 6 1911 Oct 22 Henry Wymyss Feilden - ALS
Box 6 1911 Oct 24 G. Marconi - TLS
Box 6 1911 Nov 13 Edward William Bok - ALS
Box 6 1911 Nov 23 Arthur Poyser - TLS
Box 6 1911 Dec 4 Edward William Bok - ALS
Box 6 1911 Dec 4 Henry Wymyss Feilden - ACS
Box 6 1911 Dec 10 Lady Edward Cecil - ALS
Box 6 1911 Dec 11 J. Porter Watson (missing Nov. 1992) - ALS
Box 6 1912 Feb 8 Henry Wymyss Feilden - ALS
Box 6 [1912 Mar 5] Henry Wymyss Feilden - ANS
Box 6 1912 Mar 9 Henry Wymyss Feilden - ALS
Box 6 1912 Mar 12 Henry Wymyss Feilden - ALS
Box 6 1912 Mar 12 Stephen Paget - ALS
Box 6 1912 Mar 13 Henry Wymyss Feilden - ALS
Box 6 1912 Mar 16 Lady Edward Cecil - ALS
Box 6 1912 Mar 16 Henry Wymyss Feilden - ALS
Box 6 1912 Mar 24 Henry Wymyss Feilden - ALS
Box 6 1912 Mar 28 S. L. Bensusan - ACS
Box 6 1912 Mar 28 Ian D. Colvin - ALS
Box 6 1912 Mar 28 Moreton Frewen - ALS
Box 6 1912 Mar 29 R. M. [sic] Underwood Johnson - TLS
Box 6 1912 Apr 9 Henry Wymyss Feilden - ALS
Box 6 1912 Apr 10 W. J. Harding - TLS
Box 6 1912 Apr 17 Lady Edward Cecil - ALS
Box 6 1912 Jul 11 Douglas Sladen - ALS
Box 6 1912 Sep 21 Mrs. Black - ALS
Box 6 1912 Sep 24 Lord Blyth - APCS
Box 6 1912 Nov 2 A. Sutherland-Harris - ALS
Box 6 1912 Nov 12 W. Smither - TLS
Box 6 1912 Dec 2 [General John Barton Sterling] - ACS
Box 6 1913 Jan 4 Henry Wymyss Feilden - ALS
Box (Adds) 1913 Jan 29 Henry Wymyss Feilden
Box 6 1911 Feb 15 Sher Mohommed - ALS
Box 6 1913 Mar 14 Henry Wymyss Feilden - ALS
Box 6 1913 Apr 3 Mr. Vedrenne - ALS
Box 6 1913 Apr 9 C. Bowyer Vaux - TLS
Box 6 1913 Apr 14 George Baldwin - TLS
Box 6 1913 Apr 25 Lady Edward Cecil - ANS
Box 6 1913 May 10 Mr. Vedrenne - TLS
Box 6 1913 Jun 12 Ian D. Colvin - ACS
Box 6 1913 Jun 23 R. W. K. Edwards - TNS
Box 6 1913 Jul 23 R. W. K. Edwards - TLS
Box 6 1913 Aug 15 Lady Edward Cecil - ALS
Box 6 1913 Aug 15 R. W. K. Edwards - TLS
Box 6 1913 Aug 23 Anthony Belt - ANS
Box 6 1913 Sep 10 Hugh Poynter - ALS
Box 6 1913 Oct 1 Sir Algernon Methuen - ANS
Box 6 1913 Oct 28 S. L. Bensusan - TLS
Box 6 1913 Nov 1 Dr. Curteis - ACS
Box 6 1913 Nov 5 Rev. T. Dixon-Spain - TLS
Box 6 1913 Dec 9 [ ] Loraine - TLS
Box 6 1913 Dec 15 Henry Wymyss Feilden - ALS
Box 6 1913 Dec 25 Mrs. Edward William Bok - ALS
Box 6 1913 Dec 25 Henry Wymyss Feilden - ALS
Box 6 1913 Dec 26 Roger Cherry-Garrard - ALS
Box 7 1914 Jan 10 Dr. Curteis - ALS
Box 7 [1914 Feb 23] Lord Alfred Milner - ALS
Box 7 1914 Mar 6 Henry Wymyss Feilden - ALS
Box 7 1914 May 20 Frank Bullen - ACS
Box 7 1914 May 28 M. J. F. McCarthy - TLS
Box 7 1914 Jul 7 Henry Wymyss Feilden - ALS
Box 7 1914 Jul 22 Lady Edward Cecil - ALS
Box 7 1914 Aug 4 Henry Wymyss Feilden - ALS
Box 7 1914 Aug 7 Henry Wymyss Feilden - ALS
Box 7 1914 Sep 18 Henry Wymyss Feilden - ACS
Box 7 1914 Oct 28 Edward William Bok - TLS
Box 7 1914 Nov 6 Herbert B. Swope - TLS
Box 7 1914 Nov 12 Edward William Bok - TLS
Box 7 1914 Nov 12 Moreton Frewen - TLS
Box 7 1914 Nov 19 Frank Rosher - TLS
Box 7 1914 Nov 27 Mr. Hargreaves - TLS
Box 7 1914 Dec 5 Edward William Bok - TLS
Box 7 1915 Jan 4 Edward William Bok - ALS
Box 7 1915 Feb 7 L. Hodson - ALS
Box 7 1915 Apr 3 Captain Huth - ALS
Box 7 1915 May 13 [ ] Trotter - ALS
Box 7 1915 May 17 Lady Walker - ACS
Box 7 1915 Jun 30 H. H. McClure - TLS
Box 7 1915 Nov 11 Private [ ] Perry - TLS
Box 7 1915 Nov 15 Private [ ] Perry - TLS
Box 7 1915 Nov 16 Captain a Becket - TLS
Box 7 1915 Dec 9 Lady Edward Cecil - ALS
Box 7 1915 Dec 15 Lady James Rodd - ALS
Box 7 1916 Feb 13 [Dear Sir] - ALS
Box 7 1916 Mar 16 Lady Edward Cecil - ALS
Box 7 1916 Mar 24 Leon Berthout - ALS
Box 7 1916 May 5 Ian D. Colvin - ALS
Box 7 1916 May 10 P. M. Alden - TNS
Box 7 1916 May 28 Lady Edward Cecil - ALS
Box 7 1916 May 29 Miss M. Nott - TLS
Box 7 1916 Jun 7 A. Sutherland-Harris - ALS
Box 7 1916 Jun 22 Lady Edward Cecil - ALS
Box 7 1916 Aug 10 Mr. Barnett - ALS
Box 7 1916 Aug 17 [ ] Trotter - ACS
Box 7 1916 Sep 27 E. Capel Cure - TNS
Box 7 1916 Oct 5 Ian D. Colvin - TLS
Box 7 1916 Oct 6 Mrs. Sington - ALS
Box 7 1916 Nov 9 Rev. G. Thompson - TNS
Box 7 1916 Dec 28 Charles Wakefield - ANS
Box 7 1917 Jan 26 Mr. Gill - ALS
Box 7 1917 Mar 28 James Rennell Rodd - ALS
Box 7 1917 Apr 12 Israel Gollancz - ALS
Box 7 1917 May 7 James Rennell Rodd - ALS
Box 7 1917 Jun 4 Captain F. Monroe - ALS
Box 7 1917 Jun 10 Lady Edward Cecil - ALS
Box 7 1917 Jul 22 C. V. Burne - ALS
Box 7 1917 Jul 28 Edwin Unwin - TLS
Box 7 1917 Aug 16 Colonel Sitwell - ALS
Box 7 1917 Aug 17 Ian D. Colvin - ALS
Box 7 1917 Sep 4 Mr. Chappell - ALS
Box 7 1917 Sep 30 Ian D. Colvin - ALS
Box 7 1917 Nov 12 Sir James Dunlop Smith - ACS
Box 8 [1918 Jan?] Ellery Sedgwick - ALS
Box 8 1918 Feb 1 Henry Wymyss Feilden - ALS
Box 8 1918 Feb 7 Henry Wymyss Feilden - ANS
Box 8 1918 Feb 23 Mr. [Allen] Ramsay - ALS
Box 8 1918 Mar 8 [ ] Chappell - ALS
Box 8 1918 Apr 27 Ralph David Blumenfeld - ACS
Box 8 1918 May 18 Lord Alfred Milner - ALS
Box 8 1918 Jul 2 Ian D. Colvin - ALS
Box 8 1918 Jul 24 Moreton Frewen - ALS
Box 8 1918 Aug 3 George Robert Parkin - ALS
Box 8 1918 Aug 31 Lord Blyth - ALS
Box 8 1918 Sep 21 Edward William Bok - ALS
Box 8 1918 Oct 30 Lord Sydenham - ALS
Box 8 1918 Nov 6 Miss Jefferson - ALS
Box 8 1918 Dec 13 P. N. Edmonds - ALS
Box 8 1919 Jan 7 Thomas Edward Lawrence - ALS
Box 8 1919 Feb 21 [ ] Gilmour - ALS
Box 8 1919 Mar 14 Gerald Furlong - TLS
Box 8 1919 Apr 30 Sir Fleetwood Wilson - TLS
Box 8 1919 Aug 27 Mr. Smith - TLS
Box 8 1919 Sep 13 Henry Wymyss Feilden - ALS
Box 8 1919 Oct 8 Thomas Edward Lawrence - ALS
Box 8 1920 Jan 5 Ian D. Colvin - ALS
Box 8 1920 Jan 24 Edward William Bok - TLS
Box 8 1920 Feb 20 R. A. Blankenberg - ALS
Box 8 1920 Mar 13 [ ] Trotter - ALS
Box 8 1920 Apr 26 H. H. McClure - TLS
Box 8 1920 Apr 29 C. Denham Jenkins - TLS
Box 8 1920 May 4 Sir Roger Keyes - ALS
Box 8 1920 May 6 Sir Roger Keyes - ALS
Box 8 1920 May 11 C. Denham Jenkins - ACS
Box 8 1920 May 17 W. J. Kaye - TLS
Box 8 1920 Jul 9 Henry Wymyss Feilden - ALS
Box 8 1920 Sep 27 A. Sutherland-Harris - ALS
Box 8 1920 Oct 11 Lord Blyth - ALS
Box 8 1920 Nov 8 Mrs. George Adam - ALS
Box 8 1920 Nov 26 Mrs. Sington - ALS
Box 8 1920 Nov 29 Mrs. Sington - ALS
Box 8 1921 Jan 5 J. E. Hodgson - TLS
Box 8 1921 Feb 20 Henry Wymyss Feilden - ACS
Box (Adds) 1921 Feb 21-28 Henry Wymyss Feilden
Box 6 1911 Feb 15 Sher Mohommed - ALS
Box 8 1921 Mar 5 Henry Wymyss Feilden - ALS
Box 8 1921 Mar 27 Henry Wymyss Feilden - ALS
Box 8 1921 Apr 18 Henry Wymyss Feilden - ALS
Box 8 1921 May 7 L. Hodson - TLS
Box 8 1921 Jun 16 Lord Alfred Milner - TLS
Box 8 [1921 Sep?] [ ] Trevor-Battye - ALS
Box 8 1921 Sep 20 [ ] Trevor-Battye - ALS
Box 8 1921 Sep 28 Mrs. Sington - ACS
Box 8 1921 Oct 6 Geoffrey Boothby - TLS
Box 8 1921 Oct 11 Geoffrey Boothby - TLS
Box 8 1921 Nov 1 Ian D. Colvin - TLS
Box 8 1921 Nov 22 "Grandande" [?] - ALS
Box 8 1921 Nov 25 Mrs. Sington - ALS
Box 8 1922 Jan 2 Lady Alfred Milner - ALS
Box 8 1922 Jan 12 M. Legorcis - ALS
Box 8 1922 Feb 13 Sir Sidney Low - TLS
Box 8 1922 Feb 23 Randolph Lewis - TLS
Box 8 1922 Apr 29 Peter Charles Larkin - ALS
Box 8 1922 Jun 1 Lady Ida Margaret Poore - ALS
Box 8 1922 Jun 2 Miss M. M. Smith - ALS
Box 8 1922 Jun 7 Ian D. Colvin - ALS
Box 8 1922 Jun 8 Arthur Lyons - TLS
Box 8 1922 Jul 17 Mrs. Sington - ALS
Box 8 1922 Jul 20 Thomas Edward Lawrence - TLS
Box 8 1922 Jul 25 Thomas Edward Lawrence - TLS
Box 8 1922 Sep 22 Charles P. Johnson - TLS
Box 8 1922 Oct 1 Lady [ ] Clark - ALS
Box 8 1922 Oct 5 Sub. Lt. H. A. Hunting - TLS
Box 8 1922 Oct 12 Mr. J. Cushing - TLS
Box 8 1922 Nov 3 Captain J. H. Beith - TLS
Box 9 1923 Jan 15 T. W. E. Moreton - TLS
Box 9 1923 Feb 24 Mayor of Bath - TLS
Box 9 1923 Feb 26 W. Somerset Maugham - ALS
Box 9 1923 Mar 24 "Fiennes" [ ] - TLS
Box 9 1923 Apr 19 Albert E. Montague - TLS
Box 9 1923 May 26 "Fiennes" [ ] - TLS
Box 9 1923 Jun 19 A. Sutherland-Harris - ALS
Box 9 1923 Jul 3 James Rennell Rodd - ALS
Box 9 1923 Sep 13 A. Sutherland-Harris - ALS
Box 9 1923 Sep 14 J. L. Paton - TLS
Box 9 1923 Oct 4 [ ] - TLS
Box 9 1923 Oct 27 James George Frazer - ALS
Box 9 1923 Nov 12 A. Sutherland-Harris - ALS
Box 9 1923 Nov 13 T. W. E. Moreton - TLS
Box 9 1923 Nov 19 Edward William Bok - TLS
Box 9 1923 Dec 10 A. Sutherland-Harris - ALS
Box 9 1924 Jan 5 A. Sutherland-Harris - ALS
Box 9 1924 Mar 22 Edward William Bok - TLS
Box 9 1924 May 3 Lady Alfred Milner - ALS
Box 9 1924 May 7 A. Patterson Webb - TLS
Box 9 1924 Jun 11 Mrs. Sington - ALS
Box 9 1924 Jun 18 Ursula Stanley - TLS
Box 9 1924 Jun 24 James Rennell Rodd - TLS
Box 9 1924 Jul 1 James Rennell Rodd - TLS
Box 9 1924 Jul 14 A. E. Wayt - TLS
Box 9 1924 Jul 21 Mrs. A. F. Trotter - TLS
Box 9 1924 Aug 22 Lord Dufferin - ALS
Box 9 1924 Aug 22 Captain R. F. Gaviland Mahon - ALS
Box 9 1924 Sep 23 L. Reynolds - ALS
Box 9 1924 Oct 17 Mrs. Le Blond - TLS
Box 9 1924 Nov 8 Miss A. T. Foster - TNS
Box 9 1924 Dec 3 Charles G. Mortimer - TLS
Box 9 1924 Dec 13 James Van Allen Shields - TLS
Box 9 1925 Jan 13 Emily Caroline Methuen - ALS
Box 9 1925 Feb 4 Edward William Bok - ALS
Box 9 1925 May 8 Richard Bentley - ALS
Box 9 1925 May 12 [Roger Keyes?] - ALS
Box 9 1925 May 24 Mrs. Sington - ALS
Box 9 1925 Jul 7 Sir Roger Keyes - ALS
Box 9 1925 Jul 8 Col. W. P. Drury - ALS
Box 9 1925 Jul 22 [ ] Martyn-Linnington - ALS
Box 9 1925 Jul 22 Lady Alfred Milner - ALS
Box 9 1925 Aug 12 Jonathan Watson - TLS
Box 9 1925 Sep 15 Creighton [ ] - ANS
Box 9 1925 Oct 21 Lady Alfred Milner - ALS
Box 9 1925 Oct 27 J. G. Gubbins - TLS
Box 9 1925 Nov 9 Mr. Medley - ALS
Box 9 1925 Nov 18 A. S. Frere-Reeves - ALS
Box 9 1926 May 21 Lady Alfred Milner - ALS
Box 9 1926 May 28 Mrs. Heron-Maxwell - ALS
Box 9 1926 Jun 7 Lady Alfred Milner - ALS
Box 9 1926 Jun 12 P. M. Walker - TLS
Box 9 1926 Jun 14 F. L. Minnigerode - TLS
Box 9 1926 Jun 26 S. L. Bensusan - TLS
Box 9 1926 Jun 30 Lady Alfred Milner - ALS
Box 9 1926 Jul 13 Mrs. Hartley Clark - TLS
Box 9 1926 Aug 26 Dr. Curteis - ALS
Box 9 1926 Aug 30 Dr. Curteis - ALS
Box 9 1926 Sep 16 Mrs. George Adam - TLS
Box 9 1926 Sep 23 Plunket Barton - ALS
Box 9 1926 Sep 26 Lady Alfred Milner - ALS
Box 9 1926 Oct 4 Lady Alfred Milner - TLS
Box 9 1926 Oct 7 Lady Alfred Milner - ALS
Box 9 1926 Oct 18 Stephen Tallents - TLS
Box 9 1926 Oct 19 Major Hartley Clark - ALS
Box 9 1926 Nov 8 Lady Alfred Milner - ALS
Box 9 1926 Nov 14 Lady Alfred Milner - ALS
Box 9 1926 Nov 17 A. Sutherland-Harris - ALS
Box 9 1926 Nov 23 A. Sutherland-Harris - ALS
Box 9 1926 Dec 8 Charles G. Mortimer - TLS
Box 9 1927 Jan 7 Ursula & Jane Stanley - TLS
Box 9 1927 Jan 19 [ ] Levy - TLS
Box 9 1927 Jan 22 Earl Beauchamp - ALS
Box 9 1927 Mar 14 Senor Villares - ALS
Box 9 1927 Jun 6 T. W. E. Moreton (missing Nov. 1992) - TLS
Box 9 1927 Jul 5 T. W. E. Moreton - TLS
Box 9 1927 Jul 7 Mrs. George Adam - TLS
Box 9 1927 Aug 4 J. C. Squire - TLS
Box 9 1927 Aug 5 John Bennion Booth - TLS
Box 9 1927 Sep 12 Mrs. George Adam - TLS
Box 9 1927 Oct 10 Stephen Tallents - TLS
Box 9 1927 Oct 27 Mr. Swezey - TLS
Box 9 1927 Oct 31 M. P. Klingel - TL
Box 9 1927 Nov 8 Mrs. George Adam - TLS
Box 9 1927 Nov 19 Stephen Tallents - TLS
Box 9 1927 Dec 12 Mr. Boothby - TLS
Box 9 1927 Dec 21 A. S. Frere-Reeves - TLS
Box 10 1928 Jan 14 A. S. Frere-Reeves - TLS
Box 10 1928 Jan 17 Dr. Curteis - TNS
Box 10 1928 Apr 7 Sir Roger Keyes - ALS
Box 10 1928 May 9 Mary Elizabeth Walford (missing Nov 1992) - TLS
Box 10 1928 May 23 Lady Alfred Milner - ALS
Box 10 1928 May 27 A. Sutherland-Harris - ALS
Box 10 [1928 Jun?] Harry Perry Robinson - TLS
Box 10 1928 Jun 4 Harry Perry Robinson - TLS
Box 10 1928 Jun 8 [Ursula] Stanley - TLS
Box 10 1928 Jun 11 Harry Perry Robinson - TLS
Box 10 1928 Jun 21 Dr. Curteis - ALS
Box 10 1928 Jun 25 Harry Perry Robinson - TLS
Box 10 1928 Jun 26 Stephen Tallents - TLS
Box 10 1928 Jul 6 S. L. Bensusan - TLS
Box 10 1928 Jul 6 Peter Charles Larkin - TLS
Box 10 1928 Jul 21 Harry Perry Robinson - TLS
Box 10 1928 Aug 1 Harry Perry Robinson - TLS
Box 10 1928 Aug 13 Harry Perry Robinson - TLS
Box 10 1928 Aug 24 Harry Perry Robinson - TLS
Box 10 1928 Sep 1 A. S. Frere-Reeves - TLS
Box 10 1928 Sep 4 Walter R. Lawrence, bart. - TLS
Box 10 1928 Sep 4 Harry Perry Robinson - TLS
Box 10 1928 Sep 29 Harry Perry Robinson - TLS
Box 10 1928 Oct 24 General G. S. Heard - TLS
Box 10 1928 Oct 29 A. Hunt - TLS
Box 10 1928 Oct 30 Harry Perry Robinson - TLS
Box 10 1928 Nov 23 Alan D. Wilson - TLS
Box 10 1928 Dec 6 Mr. Wynne - TNS
Box 10 1928 Dec 19 Lady Alfred Milner - TLS
Box 10 1929 Jan 24 A. S. Frere-Reeves - ALS
Box 10 1929 Jan 26 John W. Frost - ALS
Box 10 1929 Mar 6 Junean, John & Peter Rochy - ACS
Box 10 1929 Mar 14 Ursula Stanley - ACS
Box 10 1929 Apr 3 R. Kett - ALS
Box 10 1929 Apr 16 [ ] Watson - ALS
Box 10 1929 Jun 14 A. S. Frere-Reeves - TLS
Box 10 1929 Jun 27 S. L. Bensusan - TLS
Box 10 1929 Jul 17 George Adam - TLS
Box 10 1929 Oct 21 A. Sutherland-Harris - ALS
Box 10 1929 Dec 9 Mrs. George Adam - TLS
Box 10 1930 Jan 19 Stephen Tallents - ALS
Box 10 1930 Jan 27 A. S. Frere-Reeves - TLS
Box 10 1930 Jan 29 A. S. Frere-Reeves - ALS
Box 10 1930 Feb 2 Mr. Cigolini - TLS
Box 10 1930 Mar 10 Mary Elizabeth Walford - TLS
Box 10 1930 Mar 18 Captain J. M. Reith - ALS
Box 10 1930 Mar 30 Mary Elizabeth Walford - ACS
Box 10 1930 Apr 7 Mr. Cigolini - ALS
Box 10 1930 Apr 13 Mrs. Rogers - TLS
Box 10 1930 Apr 29 Captain J. M. Reith - ALS
Box 10 1930 May 11 Betty Hanlon - ALS
Box 10 1930 May 12 Captain J. M. Reith - ALS
Box 10 1930 Jun 9 Captain J. M. Reith - ALS
Box 10 1930 Jun 18 W. R. Morrison - TLS
Box 10 1930 Sep 13 E. V. Lucas - copy
Box 10 1930 Oct 16 Mary Elizabeth Walford - ALS
Box 10 1930 Oct 23 L. H. Chandler - copy
Box 10 1930 Nov 6 E. V. Lucas - copy
Box 10 1930 Nov 6 Lady Alfred Milner - TLS
Box 10 1930 Nov 16 Dr. Curteis - ALS
Box 10 1930 Nov 27 Dr. Curteis - ALS
Box 10 1930 Nov 27 Lady Alfred Milner - ALS
Box 10 [1930?] Nov 28 Dr. Curteis - ANS
Box 10 1930 Dec 4 Lady Alfred Milner - TLS
Box 10 [1930] Dec 8 Dr. Curteis - ALS
Box 10 1930 Dec 8 [ ] - TLS
Box 10 1930 Dec 9 W. R. Morrison - TLS
Box 10 1930 Dec 20 Betty Hanlon - TLS
Box 10 1930 Dec 22 Roland Gwynne - ALS
Box 10 1931 Jan 2 Mrs. George Adam - TLS
Box 10 1931 Jan 6 Mary Elizabeth Walford - TLS
Box 10 1931 Jan 26 Dr. Curteis - ALS
Box 10 1931 Feb 3 A. S. Frere-Reeves - TLS
Box 10 1931 Mar 18 Mrs. George Adam - TLS
Box 10 1931 Mar 18 A. S. Frere-Reeves - TLS
Box 10 1931 May 7 Dr. Curteis - ALS
Box 10 1931 May 19 Ian MacAlister - TLS
Box 10 1931 Jul 12 S. L. Bensusan - TLS
Box 10 1931 Sep 5 Mrs. George Adam - TNS
Box 11 1931 Sep 12 A. O. Bradley - TLS
Box 11 1931 Sep 24 James Tregaskis - ALS
Box 11 1931 Oct 3 Tristram Grayson - TLS
Box 11 1931 Oct 8 Roland Gwynne - ALS
Box 11 1931 Oct 10 A. S. Frere-Reeves - ALS
Box 11 1931 Dec 1 Lady Alfred Milner - ALS
Box 11 1931 Dec 22 Mary Elizabeth Walford - ALS
Box 11 1932 Jan 30 E. V. Lucas - ALS
Box 11 1932 Apr 16 [ ] Snow - ALS
Box 11 1932 Apr 29 S. L. Bensusan - TLS
Box 11 1932 Apr 29 A. S. Frere-Reeves - TLS
Box 11 1932 May 2 H. M. Wallis - TLS
Box 11 1932 Jun 2 Roland Gwynne - TLS
Box 11 1932 Jun 8 Roland Gwynne - ALS
Box 11 1932 Jun 21 Roland Gwynne - TLS
Box 11 1932 Jul 25 James Tregaskis - TLS
Box 11 1932 Aug 20 Roland Gwynne - TLS
Box 11 1932 Aug 24 Roland Gwynne - ALS
Box 11 1932 Aug 30 Roland Gwynne - ALS
Box 11 1932 Sep 3 Henry Wymyss Feilden - ALS
Box 11 1932 Nov 14 Alan D. Wilson - TLS
Box 11 1932 Nov 16 Roland Gwynne - ALS
Box 11 1932 Nov 17 B. E. Aldous - ALS
Box 11 1932 Nov 24 A. S. Frere-Reeves - TLS
Box 11 1932 Nov 26 Mr. Rubin - TLS
Box 11 1932 Nov 30 Mrs. Becher - TLS
Box 11 1932 Dec Henry Wymyss Feilden - ACS
Box 11 1932 Dec 8 A. S. Frere-Reeves - TLS
Box 11 1932 Dec 26 Henry Wymyss Feilden - ACS
Box 11 1932 Dec 26 Roland Gwynne - ACS
Box 11 1933 Jan 11 Lady Alfred Milner (Viola) (about Shakespeare sonnets) - TLS/ALS
Box 11 1933 Jan 12 A. S. Frere-Reeves - ALS
Box 11 1933 Jan 18 A. S. Frere-Reeves - TLS
Box 11 1933 Mar 3 Victor Baskerfield - ALS
Box 11 1933 Apr 11 Roland Gwynne - TLS
Box 11 1933 May 15 W. Cumming Tait - TLS
Box 11 1933 May 25 Lady Alfred Milner - TLS
Box 11 1933 Jun 19 Claude Farrere - ALS
Box 11 1933 Aug 1 Neville Lawrence - ALS
Box 11 1933 Aug 3 Neville Lawrence - ALS
Box 11 1933 Aug 15 A. G. Beaman - ALS
Box 11 1933 Oct 2 Walter [ ] - ALS
Box 11 1933 Nov 26 Ian D. Colvin - ALS
Box 11 1933 Dec 20 Roland Gwynne - ALS
Box 11 1934 Jan 29 Customs Officer - TNS
Box 11 1934 May 11 Madame Bres - ALS
Box 11 1934 May 24 Guitous Stores - ALS
Box 11 1934 May 31 Madame Bres - ALS
Box 11 1934 Jun 1 W. R. Morrison - TLS
Box 11 1934 Jun 2 A. Sutherland-Harris - ALS
Box 11 1934 Jul 25 W. R. Morrison - TLS
Box 11 1934 Jul 31 A. S. Frere-Reeves - TLS
Box 11 1934 Aug 7 Dr. Curtis - ALS
Box 11 1934 Sep 3 Durand [ ] - ALS
Box 11 1934 Oct 1 Dr. Bres - ALS
Box 11 1934 Oct 5 S. L. Bensusan - ALS
Box 11 1934 Oct 12 S. L. Bensusan - ALS
Box 11 1934 Nov 19 Captain Arthur R. Rawlinson - TLS
Box 11 1934 Nov 26 Major Arthur R. Rawlinson - TLS
Box 11 1934 Nov 27 S. P. B. Mais - TLS
Box 11 1934 Dec 3 Arthur R. Rawlinson - TLS
Box 11 1934 Dec 9 Arthur R. Rawlinson - TLS
Box 11 1934 Dec 20 Dr. Bres - ALS
Box 11 1934 Dec 30 Bernard Sanders - ALS
Box 11 1935 Jan 1 Roland Gwynne - ALS
Box 11 1935 Jan 1 Bernard Sanders - ACS
Box 11 1935 Jan 2 Arthur R. Rawlinson - TLS
Box 11 1935 Jan 3 Roland Gwynne - ACS
Box 11 1935 Jan 16 Arthur R. Rawlinson - TLS
Box 11 1935 Jan 31 William V. Baskerfield - TLS
Box 11 1935 May 4 Miss T. Lawrence - ALS
Box 11 1935 May 8 St. John Mildmay - ALS
Box 11 1935 May 10 Ernest Raymond - TLS
Box 11 1935 May 11 Dr. Bres - ALS
Box 11 1935 Jun 15 Ernest Raymond - TLS
Box 11 1935 Jun 27 Sally - ALS
Box 11 1935 Jul 12 Stephen Tallents - TLS
Box 11 1935 Jul 19 Bernard Sanders - ALS
Box 11 1935 Jul 19 [ ] - ACS
Box 12 1935 Jul 25 John Bennion Booth - ACS
Box 12 1935 Aug 24 Dr. Bres - ALS
Box 12 1935 Sep 8 Dr. Bres - ALS
Box 12 1935 Sep 12 Bernard Sanders - ALS
Box 12 1935 Sep 15 S. L. Bensusan - ACS
Box 12 1935 Sep 28 Commander White - TLS
Box 12 1935 Sep 29 Bernard Sanders - ALS
Box 12 1935 Oct 3 Mary Elizabeth Walford - ACS
Box 12 1935 Oct 4 Bernard Sanders - ALS
Box 12 1935 Oct 8 Robert U. Johnson - ALS
Box 12 1935 Oct 15 Mary Elizabeth Walford - ACS
Box 12 1935 Nov 1 Mrs. Edward William Bok - ALS
Box 12 1935 Dec 28 Brother White - TLS
Box (Adds) 1935 Dec 30 Henry Wickham Steed
Box 6 1911 Feb 15 Sher Mohommed - ALS
Box 12 1936 Jan 3 Dr. Bres - ACS
Box 12 [no year] May 2 Mr. Scott (on the back of a telegram to H. H. McClure) - ANS
Box 12 [no year] Jun 28 H. H. McClure? - telegram
Box 12 [no year] Jun 30 H. H. McClure - ACS
Box 12 [no year] Aug 15 Miss Braver - ACS
Box 12 [no year] Aug 25 [ ] - ALS
Box 12 [no year] Sep 2 George E. Buckle - ALS
Box 12 [no year] Oct 20 Edward William Bok - ALS
Box 12 [no year] Dec 27 A.S. Frere-Reeves - TLS
Box 12 undated A. Belt - ACS
Box 12 undated Lady Byng - ALS
Box 12 undated Ian D. Colvin - ALS
Box 12 undated - Wed. Dr. Curteis - ACS
Box 12 undated - Thurs Dr. Curteis - ALS
Box 12 undated - Sat. Dr. Curteis - ACS
Box 12 undated - Sun. Dr. Curteis - ALS
Box 12 undated Dr. Curteis - ACS
Box 12 undated Dr. Curteis - ALS
Box 12 undated - Tues. Henry Wymyss Feilden - ACS
Box 12 undated - Fri. Henry Wymyss Feilden - ACS
Box 12 undated Henry Wymyss Feilden - ALS
Box 12 undated Henry Wymyss Feilden - ACS
Box 12 undated Henry Wymyss Feilden - ALS
Box (Adds) undated Henry Wymyss Feilden
Box 6 1911 Feb 15 Sher Mohommed - ALS
Box 12 undated - Sun. Mrs. Henry Wymyss Feilden - ALS
Box 12 undated [ ] Fraser - ANS
Box 12 undated Moreton Frewen - ACS
Box 12 undated Miss Glossop - ALS
Box 12 undated - Mon. Caroline Grosvenor - ALS
Box 12 undated - Mon. even. Caroline Grosvenor - ANS
Box 12 undated Caroline Grosvenor - ANS
Box 12 undated Caroline Grosvenor - ALS
Box 12 undated Augustus Gurlitz - ALS
Box 12 undated [ ] Hunt - ACS
Box 12 undated John [ ] - ALS
Box 12 undated Low [Morgens] - ALS
Box 12 undated [Low Morgens] - ACS
Box 12 undated - Wed. Mr. Price - ALS
Box 13 undated A. Sutherland-Harris - ALS
Box 13 undated - Tues. A. Sutherland-Harris - ALS
Box 13 undated - Sun. A. Sutherland-Harris - ACS
Box 13 undated A. Sutherland-Harris - ACS
Box 13 undated A. Sutherland-Harris - ALS
Box 13 undated Mary Elizabeth Walford - ANS
Box 13 undated A. E. Wayt - ALS
Box 13 undated A. E. Wayt - ALS
Box 13 undated [ ] - ANS
Box 13 undated [ ] - TLS
Box 13 undated [ ] - ALS
Miscellany
Box 13 1911 Jan 13 H. W. Feilden - 3 envelopes
Box 13 1921 Mar 1 H. W. Feilden - in 1 folder
Box 13 Undated H. W. Feilden - 13 in 1 folder
Box 13 Undated Colonel Feilden - 1 envelope
Box 13 1899 Nov 14 Augustus Gurlitz - envelope
Box 13 1904 Mar 5 Augustus Gurlitz - envelope
Incoming
Box 13 1899 [no day] Andrew Carnegie - ALS
Box 13 1899 Feb 20 S. S. McClure - TLS
Box 13 1899 Feb 21 S. S. McClure - TLS
Box 13 1899 Mar 12 Peter Low - ALS
Box 13 1899 Apr 21 British Empire League - TLS
Box 13 1899 May 4 Oliver Armstrong Fry - TLS
Box 13 1899 May 15 Arthur Brisbane - TLS
Box 13 1909 May 17 [ ] - envelope
Box 13 1899 May 23 Horace W. Greely - ALS
Box 13 1899 Jun 3 S. S. McClure Co. - TLS
Box 13 1899 Sep 19 The New York Press - TLS copy
Box 13 1911 Feb 25 William Percival Westell - TLS
Box 13 1911 Feb 28 J. H. Gurney - ALS
Box 13 1917 Mar 28 James Tregaskis - TLS
Box 13 1928 Jun 7 Harry Perry Robinson - carbon
Box 13 1928 Jun 12 Harry Perry Robinson - carbon
Box 13 1928 Jun 21 Harry Perry Robinson - carbon
Box 13 1928 Jul 11 Harry Perry Robinson - carbon
Box 13 1928 Jul 18 Harry Perry Robinson - carbon
Box 13 1928 Jul 20 Harry Perry Robinson - carbon
Box 13 1928 Aug 8 Harry Perry Robinson - carbon
Box 13 1928 Aug 11 Harry Perry Robinson - carbon
Box 13 1928 Aug 31 Harry Perry Robinson - carbon
Box 13 1928 Sep 4 Harry Perry Robinson - carbon
Box 13 1928 Sep 8 Harry Perry Robinson - carbon
Box 13 1928 Sep 15 Harry Perry Robinson - carbon
Box 13 1928 Sep 25 Harry Perry Robinson - carbon
Box 13 1928 Sep 27 Harry Perry Robinson - carbon
Box 13 1928 Sep 28 Harry Perry Robinson - carbon
Box 13 1928 Oct 2 Harry Perry Robinson - carbon
Box 13 1929 Apr 5 Alan D. Wilson - copy
Box 13 1930 Oct 15 E. V. Lucas - copy
Box 13 1930 Nov 6 E. V. Lucas - copy
Box 13 1932 Feb 20 H. H. McClure - copy
Box 13 1934 Jul 30 J. B. Booth - ALS
Box 13 1935 Dec 10 Mrs. Luther S. Livingston - ACS
Box (Adds) 1935 Dec 29 Henry Wickham Steed
Box (Adds) 1935 Dec 30 Henry Wickham Steed
Box 13 [undated] Munni Lal ? - "Despicable brute and unwilling father of babies" - holograph copy by R.K.
Third party correspondence
Box 14 Sara Anderson to H. H. McClure Nov 17 1899 - ALS
Box 14 Sara Anderson to H. H. McClure Dec 15 1899 - ACS
Box 14 Sara Anderson to H. H. McClure Dec 28 1899 - ACS
Box 14 Sara Anderson to H. H. McClure Jan 4 1900 - ACS
Box 14 Sara Anderson to H. H. McClure Feb 10 1900 - ALS
Box 14 Sara Anderson to James Carleton Young Mar 20 1900 - ACS
Box 14 Sara Anderson to James Carleton Young Apr 16 1900 - ALS
Box 14 Sara Anderson to James Carleton Young Jul 3 1900 - ACS
Box 14 Sara Anderson to Walter T. Spencer Aug 8 1900 - ACS
Box 14 Sara Anderson to Walter T. Spencer Aug 13 1900 - ACS
Box 14 Sara Anderson to James Carleton Young Dec 11 1900 - TLS
Box 14 Sara Anderson to James Carleton Young Jun 4 1901 - ALS
Box 14 Sara Anderson to James Carleton Young Jun 29 1901 - ACS
Box 14 Sara Anderson to James Carleton Young Jul 2 1901 - ALS
Box 14 Sara Anderson to Augustus Gurlitz Jul 23 1901 - ALS
Box 14 Stanley Baldwin to Duchess of [ ] Dec 29 1936 - ALS
Box 14 Anna S. Balestier to H. H. McClure May 8 1899 - ALS
Box 14 Ellis Ames Ballard to Alan D. Wilson Feb 14 1930 - TLS
Box 14 Ellis Ames Ballard to Robert Dechert Sep 13 1935 - TLS
Box 14 Ellis Ames Ballard to H. H. McClure May 10 1938 - TLS
Box 14 Elsie Kipling Bambridge to George P. Anderson Jan 23 1956 - ALS
Box 14 Elsie Kipling Bambridge to George P. Anderson Feb 8 1956 - ALS
Box 14 George Bambridge to Edward Knoblock Jan 30 1936 - ALS
Box 14 Geoffrey Barkas to Arthur R. Rawlinson Dec 12 1934 - copy, contains Kipling marginalia
Box 14 Robert Barr to Coulson Kernahan Feb 11 1892 - TLS
Box 14 Robert Barr to H. H. McClure Dec 15 1905 - APCS
Box 14 Basil M. Bazley to W. G. B. Maitland Feb 28 1955 - T/env.
Box 14 Basil M. Bazley to W. G. B. Maitland Apr 19 1961 - ACS
Box 14 Earl of Birkenhead to Mr. Booth Jun 4[no year] - ALS
Box 14 E. R. Blaikie to James Carleton Young Jan 23 1906 - ALS
Box 14 Andrew Carnegie to Caroline Kipling Mar 7 1899 - card
Box 14 N. Chamberlain to Private Perry Nov 20 1915 - TLS
Box 14 Lloyd H. Chandler to Mary Elizabeth Walford Nov 25 1929 - copy
Box 14 J. E. Coates to James Carleton Young Jan 11 1911 - TLS
Box 14 Curtis Publishing Co. to Cary Bok Jan 20 1956 - TLS
Box 14 Daily Telegraph to A. P. Watt Jan 28 1919 - ALS
Box 14 Frank Nelson Doubleday to H. H. McClure May 2 [no year] - copy (original in R.K. Letters - Outgoing, May 2 [no year], Mr. Scott)
Box 14 Paul Du Chaillu to Caroline Kipling Feb 27 1899 - ALS
Box 14 Gerald Du Maurier to March & Mrs Rudyard Kipling May 9 1928 - TLS
Box 14 Edna Ferber to Frank Nelson Doubleday May 12 1930 - TLS
Box 14 Henry B. Fuller to H. H. McClure Jul 12[no year] - ALS
Box 14 Hamlin Garland to Caroline Kipling Sep 25 1899 - ALS
Box 14 R. W. Gilder to S. S. McClure Apr 3 1899 - TLS
Box 14 May L. Hamilton-Russell to Mrs. Sinclair Jan 7[no year] - ALS
Box 14 Hodder & Stoughton to W. G. B. Maitland Jul 10 1941 - TLS
Box 14 M. Hogg to James Carleton Young Aug 24 1911 - TLS
Box 14 M. Hogg to James Carleton Young Sep 16 1911 - TLS
Box 14 M. Hogg to James Carleton Young Oct 25 1911 - TLS
Box 14 M. Hogg to James Carleton Young Nov 23 1911 - TLS
Box 14 M. Hogg to R. W. K. Edwards Jun 26 1913 - TLS
Box 14 R. Thurston Hopkins to Holbrook Jackson Dec 29 1915 - ALS
Box 14 R. Thurston Hopkins to Holbrook Jackson Jan 4 1916 - ALS
Box 14 Henry James to William James May 21 1903 - TLS
William James (1882-1961) was a painter, son of philosopher William James
Box 14 Henry James to William James Jul 8 1903 - TLS
Box 14 Henry James to William James Oct 11 1903 - TLS
Box 14 Henry James to William James Feb 2 1904 - ALS
Box 14 Edward G. Janeway to [ ] Mar 6 1899 - ANS
Box 14 Edward G. Janeway to [ ] Mar 20 1899 - ANS
Box 14 Edward G. Janeway to [ ] undated - ANS
Box 14 Edward G. Janeway to [ ] undated - ANS
Box 14 Copeland Kell to Theodore Dunham Mar 6 1899 - TLS
Box 14 Copeland Kell to H. H. McClure Apr 7 1899 - ALS
Box 14 Alice Kipling to Mrs. Hales Mar 20 1910 - ALS
Box 14 Caroline Kipling to [ ] Mar 12 1895 - ALS
Box 14 Caroline Kipling to [ ] Feb 3 1899 - ALS
Box 14 Caroline Kipling to S. S. McClure Feb 23 1899 - TLS
Box 14 Caroline Kipling to (Longevity) A. P. Watt Feb 27 1899 - ANS
Box 14 Caroline Kipling to Augustus Gurlitz Apr 1899 - ALS
Box 14 Caroline Kipling to Frank Nelson Doubleday May 1 1899 - telegram
Box 14 Caroline Kipling to H. H. McClure May 5 1899 - ALS
Box 14 Caroline Kipling to Augustus Gurlitz May 9 1899 - ALS
Box 14 Caroline Kipling to Augustus Gurlitz May 27 1899 - ALS
Box 14 Caroline Kipling to Augustus Gurlitz May 31 1899 - ALS
Box 14 Caroline Kipling to H. H. McClure Jun 6 1899 - ALS
Box 14 Caroline Kipling to H. H. McClure Jun 10 1899 - ALS
Box 14 Caroline Kipling to H. H. McClure Jun 29 1899 - TLS
Box 14 Caroline Kipling to H. H. McClure Jul 31 1899 - ALS
Box 14 Caroline Kipling to Augustus Gurlitz Oct 2 1899 - ALS
Box 14 Caroline Kipling to H. H. McClure Nov 17 1899 - ALS
Box 14 Caroline Kipling to H. H. McClure Nov 28 1899 - ACS
Box 14 Caroline Kipling to Augustus Gurlitz Dec 1 1899 - ALS
Box 14 Caroline Kipling to H. H. McClure Dec 11 1899 - ACS
Box 14 Caroline Kipling to H. H. McClure Wed. eve. [1899] - ALS
Box 14 Caroline Kipling to H. H. McClure Sat. [1899] - ALS
Box 14 Caroline Kipling to J. Porter Watson Aug 17 1900 - ALS
Box 14 Caroline Kipling to J. Porter Watson Oct 8 1900 - ACS
Box 14 Caroline Kipling to Augustus Gurlitz Oct 30 1900 - TLS
Box 14 Caroline Kipling to Augustus Gurlitz Mar 9 1901 - ALS
Box 14 Caroline Kipling to Augustus Gurlitz Mar 26 1901 - ALS
Box 14 Caroline Kipling to Augustus Gurlitz Apr 9 1901 - ALS
Box 14 Caroline Kipling to H. H. McClure May 24 1901 - ALS
Box 14 Caroline Kipling to Augustus Gurlitz Jun 3 1901 - TLS
Box 15 Caroline Kipling to Mrs. Trotter Jun 6 1901 - ALS
Box 15 Caroline Kipling to Augustus Gurlitz Sep 2 1901 - TLS
Box 15 Caroline Kipling to Augustus Gurlitz Oct 6 1902 - TLS
Box 15 Caroline Kipling to Augustus Gurlitz Nov 6 1902 - TLS
Box 15 Caroline Kipling to Augustus Gurlitz May 20 1903 - TLS
Box 15 Caroline Kipling to Augustus Gurlitz Aug 6 1903 - TLS
Box 15 Caroline Kipling to Augustus Gurlitz Aug 18 1903 - TLS
Box 15 Caroline Kipling to Augustus Gurlitz Sep 19 1903 - ALS
Box 15 Caroline Kipling to Augustus Gurlitz Jan 5 1904 - ALS
Box 15 Caroline Kipling to Mrs. H. H. McClure Jun 6 1904 - ALS
Box 15 Caroline Kipling to R. W. K. Edwards Aug 1 1913 - TLS
Box 15 Caroline Kipling to [ ] November [9] 1929 - ALS
Box 15 Caroline Kipling to Mrs. F. N. Doubleday Sep 25 1930 - ALS
Box 15 Caroline Kipling to Mrs. F. N. Doubleday Jul 8 1934 - ALS
Box 15 Caroline Kipling to Roland Gwynne Jan 2 1935 - ALS
Box 15 Caroline Kipling to Henry N. Flynt Feb 18 1936 - TLS
Box 15 Caroline Kipling to S. L. Bensusan Feb 25 1936 - TLS
Box 15 Caroline Kipling to Mrs. Nicholas Penniman Feb 28 1936 - TLS
Box 15 Caroline Kipling to Henry N. Flynt Mar 26 1936 - ALS
Box 15 Caroline Kipling to Henry N. Flynt Aug 15 1936 - tele
Box 15 Caroline Kipling to Henry N. Flynt Sep 24 1936 - ALS
Box 15 Caroline Kipling to Dr. Curteis Oct 13 1936 - TLS
Box 15 Caroline Kipling to Mrs. Black Sun. undated - ACS
Box 15 Caroline Kipling to Mrs. F. N. Doubleday Apr 29 [no year] - ALS
Box 15 Caroline Kipling to Augustus Gurlitz May 10 [no year] - ALS
Box 15 Caroline Kipling to Augustus Gurlitz undated - TLS
Box 15 Caroline Kipling to Augustus Gurlitz undated - copy
Box 15 Caroline Kipling to H. H. McClure Wed. [no year] - ACS
Box 15 Caroline Kipling to H. H. McClure Sun. [no year] - ALS
Box 15 Caroline Kipling to H. H. McClure Jul 27 [no year] - ACS
Box 15 Caroline Kipling to Dear People Tues. [no year] - ALS
Box 15 Caroline Kipling to Dolly [ ] Thurs. undated - ALS
Box 15 Caroline Kipling to [ ] Mon. undated - ALS
Box 15 J. Lockwood Kipling to Augustus Gurlitz Feb 11 1901 - ALS
Box 15 J. Lockwood Kipling to Douglas Murray Dec 17 [no year] - ALS
Box 15 J. Lockwood Kipling to H. H. McClure undated - ANS
Box 15 Ladies' Home Journal to Cary Bok Dec 16 1955 - TLS
Box 15 William M. Laffan to Frank Nelson Doubleday Apr 10 1899 - ALS
Box 15 Lanchester Engine Co. to George Baldwin Jun 6 1904 - TLS
Box 15 Flora V. Livingston to William G. B. Maitland Jan 29 1934 - TLS
Box 15 Flora V. Livingston to W. G. B. Maitland Jan 8 1936 - TLS
Box 15 E. V. Lucas to James Tregaskis Nov 15 1930 - ALS
Box 15 E. V. Lucas to James Tregaskis Feb 23 1931 - ALS
Box 15 E. V. Lucas to James Tregaskis Apr 14 1931 - ALS
Box 15 E. V. Lucas to James Tregaskis May 28 1931 - ALS
Box 15 E. V. Lucas to Hugh Tregaskis Sep 9 1931 - ALS
Box 15 H. H. McClure to Ellis Ames Ballard May 12 1938 - copy
Box 15 George A. Macdonald to Caroline Kipling Sep 25 1900 - ALS
Box 15 Ian MacLaren to Caroline Kipling Feb 25 1899 - ALS
Box 15 Ernest Walter Martindell to Alan D. Wilson May 21 1928 - ALS
Box 15 Ernest Walter Martindell to Alan D. Wilson Jun 19 1928 - ALS
Box 15 Mowbray Walter Morris to James Rennell Rodd Oct 20 1889 - ALS
Box 15 Cecily L. Nicholson to J. B. Booth Jan 13 1934 - TLS
Box 15 Cecily L. Nicholson to T. W. E. Moreton Mar 4 1935 - TLS
Box 15 Cecily L. Nicholson to Henry N. Flynt Jan 16 1936 - TLS
Box 15 Charles Eliot Norton to Herbert Small Apr 26 1895 - ALS
Box 15 Charles Eliot Norton to H. H. McClure Apr 17 1899 - ALS
Box 15 Thomas Nelson Page to Caroline Kipling Mar 3 1899 - ALS
Box 15 K. E. Parker to James Carleton Young May 3 1904 - TLS
Box 15 K. E. Parker to James Carleton Young May 31 1904 - TLS
Box 15 J. B. Pond to H. H. McClure Feb 15 1899 - ALS
Box 15 Agnes Macdonald Poynter to Lady Constance [ ] May 20 1890 - ALS
Box 15 Rosenbach Co. to A. E. Wayt Jun 11 1929 - contract
Box 15 Frank Hall Scott to [ ] Johnson Jun 7 1896 - ALS
Box 15 Jan Christiaan Smuts to R. A. Blankenberg Apr 7 1921 - ALS
Box 15 Frank R. Stockton to Frank Nelson Doubleday Mar 5 1899 - ALS
Box 15 Nikola Tesla to Caroline Kipling Mar 6 1899 - ALS
Box 15 George E. Vincent to William H. P. Walker Oct 7 1899 - TLS
Box 15 Mary Elizabeth Walford to Charles G. Mortimer Jul 7 1927 - TLS
Box 15 Mary Elizabeth Walford to T. W. E. Moreton Oct 1 1927 - TLS
Box 15 Mary Elizabeth Walford to Harry Perry Robinson Aug 3 1928 - TLS
Box 15 Mary Elizabeth Walford to Alan D. Wilson Jan 21 1929 - TLS
Box 15 Mary Elizabeth Walford to Lloyd H. Chandler Nov 15 1929 - copy
Box 15 John Watson to Caroline Kipling Mar 3 1899 - ALS
Box 15 A. P. Watt to Augustus Gurlitz Feb 2 1904 - TLS
Box 15 Alan D. Wilson to Ernest Walter Martindell Nov 13 1928 - TLS
Writings
KpR #s in this section refer to those assigned by Barbara Rosenbaum in the Index of English Literary Manuscripts (London; New York: Mansell, c1990, Vol. 4, pt. 2).
Prose
Box 16 "At the End of the Passage" - KpR 1411
Box 16 "Below the Mill Dam" - KpR 1435 - typescript manuscript
Oversize 2 "Dis Aliter Visum" The Pioneer, 4 July 1885 - KpR 1545 - corrected copy of 1st publication; comments by Martindell written on inside folder flap
From Sea to Sea: Letters of Travel
See Writings: Miscellany: Preface to unknown volume
Box 16 "How Fear Came to the Jungle" ( 1894) - KpR 1713
Box 16 "In Defense of His Home" - KpR 1748
Box 16 "In the Interests of the Brethren"
Box 16 "Letters to the Family"
Box 16 Limits and Renewals
Box 17 Limits and Renewals
Box 17 "Naval Manoeuvres"
Box 17 "Plain Tales From the Hills"
Box 17 Preface to Andre Chevrillon's L'Angleterre et la Guerre - autographed manuscript with holograph revisions
Box (Adds) Puck of Pook's Hill - proof copy of the first edition with holograph corrections (London, 1906), added 2/93
Oversize 1 Soldier Tales - production records - illustrations, 21 full-size and 13 head and tail pieces
Box 17 "Surgical and Medical"
Box 17 "The Tabu Tale" - galley proof with holograph corrections
Box 17 "Thy Servant a Dog"
Box 17 "The Visitation of the Sick"
Box 17 "The War in the Mountains" - KpR 2219 - revised typescript of first (discarded) article
Box 17 "The War in the Mountains" - production records - 2 sets of galley proofs for the first edition, each with Kipling's corrections
Box 17 "The Way That He Took" Parts I and II in The Cosmopolitan, Nov. 1900, vol. 30, no. 1; Dec. 1900, vol. 30, no. 2
Speeches
Box 17 Untitled (re: Thugs in India) - 1 p. fragment
Verse and Dramatic Works
Box 17 "After O. W. the Unutterable" - KpR 10
Box 17 "The Answer" - KpR 29
Box 17 "A Ballad of Bitterness" - KpR 62 Dec. 1883
Box 17 "A Banjo Song"
Box 17 "The Baths of Biddlestone" - KpR 92
Box 18 "The Bridge-Guard in the Karroo"
Box 18 "Chartres Windows" - KpR 190
Box 18 "The English Way" - 4 typescript pages with holographic corrections
Box 18 "The Female of the Species" - KpR 359
Box 18 "The Five Nations"
Box 18 "Four Feet" - KpR 390
Box 18 "The Gipsy Trail" - KpR 418
Box 18 "The Heritage" - KpR 463
Box 18 "The Holy War" - KpR 472
"The Holy War" - galley proof with holographic corrections
Box 18 "La peinture a l'huile"
Box 18 "The Mater" - KpR 1368
Box 18 "McAndrew's Hymn" in Scribner's Magazine - production records, Dec. 1894 cover proof, original in Kipling - Outgoing Letters, 1893 June 22 - note before KpR 691
Oversize 2 "M.I." in Windsor Magazine - KpR 701 - production records, 3 cards each approximately 14x11 in. with "M. I." verse and illustrations by L. Raven-Hill
Box 18 "Mine Sweepers" - KpR 705
Box 18 "Morning Song in the Jungle"
Box 18 "A Mother to Her Son"
Box 18 "Oh, Radiant Bay of Naples" - holograph
Box 18 "Oh, Radiant Bay of Naples" - private printing (3 copies) and photocopies of letters about the poem
Box 18 "Pink Dominoes" - KpR 845
Box 18 "The Shepherd of Dartmoor Plain"
Box 18 "The Sin of Witchcraft"
Box 18 "So For Some the Wet Sail" - KpR 357
Box 19 Songs From Books - KpR 1111 - production records
Box 19 "The Sons of the Widow"
Box 19 "South Africa" - KpR 1118
Box 19 "The Stumbling Block"
Box 19 "There's Never a Flood" - holograph, 1 photograph
Box 19 Unpublished Items by Rudyard Kipling
Box 19 "Ulster" - KpR 1297
Box 19 "The Vampire" - KpR 1306
Oversize 2 The Years Between 1918 - production records - 2 sets of galley proofs (12 Apr 1918; 2 May 1918) of 1st English edition each with Kipling's revisions in holograph
Box 19 Uncollected verse
Miscellany
Box 19 Autographs (2 items, R.K.)
Box 19 Preface to unknown volume (possibly a draft for From Sea to Sea: Letters of Travel vol. 1), signed by Rudyard Kipling
Box 19 "A Report of Tour to Automobile Club"
Box 19 Revisions of a "War Graves" article
Box 19 Miscellaneous notes
Memorabilia
Legal
Box 19 Kipling's will January 25 1892
Box 19 Papers assigning Power of Attorney to make a transfer of Cecil John Rhodes estate land in Africa 1919
Photographs
Box 19 Of Kipling (11 items)
Portraits and caricatures
Box 19 Miscellaneous
Oversize 1 Caricature of Kipling by Garretto, The Graphic Sep 24, 1927
Oversize 1 Photograph (probably albumen) of portrait of Kipling by Philip Burne-Jones; mount is signed and inscribed with poem "The [?] Bay" 1899
Oversize 1 Portrait of Kipling by E. P. Upjohn - cover of The Metropolitan Magazine
Oversize 2 Caricature of Kipling by Steven Spurrier - pen and ink with charcoal and white
Oversize 2 Framed pen and ink drawing of Rudyard Kipling by R. Mathews
Oversize 2 Framed photograph (platinotype ?) of Rudyard Kipling
Printed materials
Books
Box 20 Barrack Room Ballads / Rudyard Kipling, (signed R. K. to R. K.) 1926
Box 20 Collection De Contes Et Chansons Populaires Tome XXIV Contes Birmans d'apres le Thoudamma Sari Dammazat par Louis Vossion, 1901
Box 20 The Heart of Japan / C. L. Brownell 1902
Box 20 Historical Study of the Mother Tongue / H. C. Wyld 1906
Box 20 The House Building and Other Poems / Marshall Bruce Williams 1902
Box 20 Kate of Kate Hall / Ellen Thorneycroft Fowler and Alfred Laurence Felkin 1904
Box 20 The Loves of Miss Anne / S. R. Crockett 1904
Box 20 Memoirs of a Person of Quality / Ashton Hilliers, 1907 - inscribed by author to Rudyard Kipling
Box 20 Prophesies Miracles and Visions of St. Columba 1895 - title page only with inscription to Kipling
Box 20 Sir Roger's Heir / F. Frankfort Moore 1904
Clippings
Box 21 Reviews of Kipling books 1891-1898, Feb. 189[ ]
Oversize 2 "Seven Miscellaneous Paragraphs - with Ms. notes by Author - Kipling - 1883-1884," collected by Martindell
Box 21 Miscellaneous clippings 1898-1936, undated
Miscellany
Box 21 Dealer catalogues - collected by Harvey Taylor
Box 21 Kipling burial service program Jan. 23, 1936
Box 21 Masonic Authors Lodge No. 3456 meeting notice 1936 - Kipling listed as an honorary member
Box 21 Pamphlets
Writings by others
Box 21 "Cervantes, Zola, Kipling, & Co." / Brander Matthews in The Cosmopolitan Mar. 1893
Box 21 " 'Cum Laude Platypus' by John R. Ornithorhynchus" / Albert B. Fowler
Box 21 "Foreword" by E. V. Lucas to Five Hundred Points of Good Husbandry / Thomas Tusser - 1931 reprint, typescript; notes; copies of letters to/from E. V. Lucas; scrapbook with clippings about book
Box 21 "John Howell, Bookman and Collector Reveals Kipling Rarities" / Harvey Taylor
Box 21 "Kipling: Laureate of the Empire" / Harvey Taylor - holograph and typescript
Box 21 "Kipling's India" / Arley Munson in The Bookman Mar. 1914
Box 21 "A late lark twitters..." - undated - 2 holograph pages, unidentified author
Box 21 "Mr. Eliot's Kipling" / Lionel Trilling in The Nation Oct. 16, 1943
Box 21 Notes of Harvey Taylor
Box 21 "On Some Tales of Mr. Kipling's" / S. R. Crockett in The Bookman Feb. 1895
Box 21 "Rudyard Kipling" / William Brunton (poem()
Box (Adds) A Series of Thirty Etchings by William Strang, Illustrating Subjects from the Writings of Rudyard Kipling / William Strang circa 1901 - production records, etchings (28 of 31, wanting #10 and #28) and typescript copy of manuscript, proofs of the final states by Wm. Strang, printed and signed by Strang's son, David Strang; added 4/93 (2 folders)
Box 21 "Today September the 16th 1890 I went up..." undated - 5 typescript pages, unknown author
Miscellany
Box 21 Advertising instructions with holograph note "Typed for me by his own hand by Rudyard Kipling... 23/8/06"
Box 21 Bookplates (2 items)
Oversize 2 Celluloid drawing (hand painted) - used in Walt Disney's movie production of The Jungle Book
Box 21 Change purse (autographed)
Etchings illustrating Kipling short stories
See Writings by others: A series of thirty etchings by William Strang...
Box 21 "Kipling Flowers" - dried
Box 21 Letters from Kipling to his niece, nephew, and godchildren (photocopies)
Gift of Lisa Lewis
Box 21 Pipe (broken, Kipling's)
Box 21 Report card from Haileybury College signed by Cornell Price (later headmaster at a Kipling school) Mar. 1874
Box 21 Sketches (pen and ink) by R. Kipling
Box 21 Stationery (Kipling's)
Typewriter - Kipling's Remington Noiseless (with case)
Shelved with oversize boxes
Scrapbooks
Box 22 Miscellaneous scrapbooks (4 items)
Box 22 T. W. E. Moreton scrapbook
Package 1 Henry H. Schlosser scrapbook relating to the printing of E. A. Ballard's Catalogue Intimate and Descriptive of My Kipling Collection (Philadelphia: Privately printed, 1935). [M84-1:12]
McClures Material
Correspondence
Box 23 E. A. Ballard/H. H. McClure 1938
Box 23 Dr. Conland to H. H. McClure June 11, 1899
Box 23 L. de Forest to H. H. McClure May 29, 1899
Box 23 H. H. McClure to A. P. Watt [1899]
Box 23 McClures'/Kipling Family correspondence (photocopies)
Box 23 McClures'/Miscellaneous correspondence (photocopies)
Box 23 Miscellaneous letters to R. Kipling via McClures 1899
Writings
Box 23 "The Absent-Minded Beggar" by Rudyard Kipling circa 1899
Box 23 "Before Kipling Becomes a Myth," H. H. McClure Feb. 2, 1936 - typescript and printed release
Box 23 The Courting of Dinah Shadd A Contribution to a Bibliography of the Writings of Rudyard Kipling (private printing) 1898
Box 23 "Do women have to be alive today. . ." by H. H. McClure Apr. 28, 1937
Box 23 "The King" by Rudyard Kipling 1899 - 1st edition American copyright
Box 23 "Kipling's Life In America" by H. H. McClure
Box 23 "Mr. Kipling visited our office. . ." by H. H. McClure March 7, 1899 - typescript
Box 23 "To the Editor, Readers' Digest" by H. H. McClure
Box 23 Notes on Kipling by H. H. McClure undated
Box 23 Miscellany - Letters and statements about Kipling's suit against Putnam
Memorabilia
Box 24 Clippings (2 folders)
Box 24 Photographs
Box 24 Miscellaneous
E. W. Martindell Collection
Correspondence
Box 24 E. W. Martindell/Rev. W. A. Kirkman
Writings
Box 24 Martindell collection of 29 uncollected Kipling verses 1884-1906 - typescript copies (1 folder)
"Amir Ali Locuitur" - Pioneer - July 18, 1888
"Ballad: by an Em-n-nt Lord" - Civil & Military - May 8, 1886
"The Blind Bug" - National Observer - Dec. 27, 1890
"The Bugler" - The Regiment, No. 1 - Oct. 25, 1902
"The Bushman's Daughter" - St. James's Gazette - Aug. 13, 1890
"The City of Berlin" - Sept. 26, 1889
"Departmental Delirium" - Pioneer - April 26, 1887
"'An Echo from Old Calcutta'" - Pioneer – March 15,1886
"An Excellent Reason" - Pioneer - May 23, 1887
"The Half-Way House" - Pioneer - Apr. 15, 1887
"How Breitmann Became President . . ." - New York World - Apr. 26, 1890
"In Answer" - Civil & Military - Oct. 14, 1887
"The Lament of C. I. E." - Pioneer - Jan. 20, 1888
"The Last Call" - The Week's News - Mar. 31, 1888
"Ms. Verses to A. E. W." - Feb. 4, 1884
"The Michigan Twins" - Boston Advertiser - Mar. 1889
"A Nightmare of Names" - Civil & Military - Dec. 10. 1886
"A Picture in Smoke" - Pioneer - June 30, 1885
"Possibilities" - Pioneer - July 13, 1885
"The Rape of the Breeches" - Pioneer - Mar. 5, 1889
"A Rhodian Portrait" - 1886
"Rudyard and Kipling" - Boston Advertiser - Mar. 1889
"Selling the Cross" - St. James's Gazette - Feb. 2, 1890
"Signs" - Pioneer - Nov. 11, 1886
"Silence is - Golden(?)" - Pioneer - Aug. 18, 1886
"The Simla Exodus" - Pioneer - Aug. 5, 1886
"A Soliloquy from the South" - Pioneer - Dec. 8, 1886
"South Africa" - The Standard - July 27, 1906
"Summer Homes for Nursing Sisters" – Pioneer - Aug. 1, 1887
"Trial by Assessors" - Pioneer - July 14, 1886
Memorabilia
Oversize 2 "Seven Miscellaneous Paragraphs with Ms. Notes by Author - Uncollected - Kipling - 1883-4" - 1883-1884 - includes folder with Martindell's history of the clippings
Alan D. Wilson Collection
Correspondence
re: Kipling
Box 24 Ellis Ames Ballard/Alan D. Wilson 1928-1930
Box 24 Frederick L. Ballard, Jr. to Robert Dechert Feb. 28, 1964
Box 24 Mrs. W. M. Carpenter to L. H. Chandler Oct. 22, 1931
Box 24 Lloyd H. Chandler to Ellis Ames Ballard 1927-1935
Box 24 Lloyd H. Chandler/M. E. Walfind [sic Walford](Kipling's secretary) 1929
Box 24 Lloyd H. Chandler/Alan D. Wilson 1929-1930
Box 24 L. H. Dunsterville to L. H. Chandler Oct. 10, 1930
Box 24 Rudyard Kipling to Lloyd Chandler copy Oct. 23, 1930
Box 24 Rudyard Kipling/Alan D. Wilson copies 1928-1932
Box 24 Flora V. Livingston (Widener Memorial Library, Harvard University)/Alan D. Wilson 1928-1933
Box 24 E. W. Martindell to Lloyd H. Chandler Oct. 6, 1930
Box 24 E. W. Martindell/Alan D. Wilson 1928
Box 24 Miscellaneous Wilson correspondence
re: Mark Twain
Box 24 Miscellaneous Wilson correspondence
Writings
Box 24 "Charles Buford: His Ancestors and Descendants; Together With Excerpts From His Correspondence and An Appeal to the Republican Party of the United States of about 1857 Presumably Drawn up by Him; Together with an Attempted Identification of the Persons Mentioned in These Papers," unidentified author
Box 24 " A Kipling Problem, 'Three and -- an Extra' or the Story of 'The Light That Failed' " / Lloyd H. Chandler 1929 - typescript
Box 24 "List of Kipling Stories Contained in Magazines (Owned by Ellis Ames Ballard)" [by E. A. Ballard] (2 copies)
A Summary of the Work of Rudyard Kipling Including Items Ascribed to Him (compiler, Lloyd H. Chandler) 1930
Box 24 "Introduction" by E. A. Ballard - typescript draft
Box 24 Typescript draft and research notes
Box 25 Typescript draft and research notes (3 folders)
Box 25 "Talk on the Kipling Society in the United States and Upon Mr. Kipling's Works, to be Given at a Meeting of the Kipling Society in London, June 9, 1931 by L. H. Chandler" - typescript transcript
Box 25 "Three and -- an Extra" by L. H. Chandler
Memorabilia
Box 25 Account book of Helen and Alan D. Wilson 1898-1920 - lists wedding gifts, household furnishings, and books in their library along with estimated prices (history of book noted inside by son-in-law Robert Dechert)
Box 25 Dealer catalogues listing Kipling and Twain items

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