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Lago, Mary McClelland, 1919-2001. Mary Lago Collection.

Box 30. Correspondence.

Mary Lago Correspondence
  • 24 Permissions for Imperfect Encounter, 1966-1978
  • 25 Permissions for William Rothenstein, 1969-1999
  • 26 Re: William Rothenstein
  • 27 Men and Memories, 1968-1990
  • 28 Men and Memories, 1973-1992
  • 29 William Rothenstein and Rabindranath Tagore, 1966-1986
  • 30 William Rothenstein and Max Beerbohm, 1968-1992
Collected Correspondence
Correspondence to William Rothenstein (see also Oversize correspondence, box 49)
  • 31 “A” (William Archer to Lady Rothenstein, n.d.)
  • 32 Abbey Theater (Dublin), n.d.
  • 33 J. D. Anderson, 1969-1976
  • 34 C. F. Andrews, 1912-1974
  • 35 Ashbee, 1908-1995
  • 36 “B” (Sir Sidney Barton, Constance Beerbohm, A.C. Bradley, Sir Herbert Baker, Gordon Bottomley, Frederick Brown, Edward Banden, Arnold Bennett)
  • 37 Florence Beerbohm, 1910-1944
  • 38 Florence Beerbohm to Alice Rothenstein, 1916-1936
  • 39 Max Beerbohm, 1892-1974
  • 40 Max Beerbohm, 1901-1939
  • 41 Laurence Binyon, 1910-1970
  • 42 Bernard and Mary Berenson, 1908-1935
  • 43 J. S. Blanche
  • 44 Robert Bridges
  • 45 Robert Bridges

Box 31. Collected Correspondence.

  • 1 Georgiana Burne-Jones, 1907-1942
  • 2 “C”
  • 3 Margaret Campbell (Arnold Dolmetsch), 1912
  • 4 Joseph Conrad, 1903-1923 [Houghton]
  • 5 Frances Darwin Cornford, 1923
  • 6 Gordon Craig, 1969-1974
  • 7 “D” (Dickinson, Dent, Dowdall, de la Mere)
  • 8 Dowdall
  • 9 Chaloner Dowdall to Mary Dowdall, 1893-1905 [from Jessie Petre, summer 1971]
  • 10 John Drinkwater and J. G. Drummond, 1968-1976 [incl. correspondence between John Vickers and Mary Lago]
  • 11 Caroll Dunham, 1878-1970
  • 12 “E” (Jacob Epstein, 1911-1931; T. S. Eliot, 1928-1942; H. S. Ede, 1931-1933; Robinson Ellis, 1893)
  • 13 “F” (W. Forse, 1901-1934; John Fothergill; Hugh Finney to Mary Lago; F. M. Ford; William Flint; Michael Field, 1909-1913; R. Fraser, 1929-1931)
  • 14 H. A. L. Fisher, 1910-1944
  • 15 H. A. L. and Lettice Fisher, 1896-1974
  • 16 John Fothergill, n.d. to 1943; Jane Fothergill to Mary Lago, 1972
  • 17 Roger Fry, 1893-1918; Mary Lago to Pamela Diamond, 1970-1973
  • 18 “G” (Geddes’ Allan Gwynne-Jones; A. E. Gallatin)
  • 19 John Galsworthy, 1911-1931
  • 20 Eric Gill, 1908-1917
  • 21 Edmund Gosse, 1898-1928
  • 22 Harley Granville-Barker, 1908-1933
  • 23 “H” (W. H. Hudson; Stanley smith to Mary Lago; Charles Hale to Mary Lago; Joseh Howe, Sir Geoffrey Harmsworth to Mary Lago; Mary Lago to Christopher Hammersley)
  • 24 Gerhart Hauptmann, 1901-1939; Mary Lago Wolfgang Dittrich; Rudolf Zeische to Mary Lago; Martin Machetzke to Mary Lago
  • 25 “I”
  • 26 India Society (London)– The Royal Society for India, Pakistan, and Ceylon, 1931-1970
  • 27 Florence Beerbohm to Sam Kahn
  • 28 Rabindranath and Agents and Applicants for Permission to Macmillan
  • 29 To William Rothenstein from various Indians
  • 30 India Office Service Records (re: Thomas Arnold, George Birdwood, John Drummond, Maurice Fox-Strangways, Alan Green, Arthur Mayhew, Francis Skrine, Gilbert Wiles)
  • 31 “Jakob Kunz” by Joel Stebbins
  • 32 G. P. Jacomb-Hood. Incl. corresp. with John Jacomb-Hood, photocopies of correspondence between L. P. Jacks and Tronbridge, 1918-1919
  • 33 Stella Kramisch
  • 34 Jack Knewstab; Harry Kessler
  • 35 “L” (James Laven to Mary Lago; L. A. Legros, 1895-1926; D. Low, 1929-1942; Sylvain Levy, 1925; Nicholas Taylor to Mary Lago, 1969-1970; T. E. Lawrence; Mark Longman to Mary Lago, 1968)
  • 36 “M-Mc” (D. S. MacColl; Edwin Montague; Philip Morrell; Compton Mackenzie, Geoffrey Meek to Mary Lago; Ramsay MacDonald; Malcolm Macdonald to Mary Lago; David Marquand to Mary Lago; Sir Francis Meynell, 1904-1942; Gilbert Murray; George Moore; John Maxwill to Mary Lago)
  • 37 M. Mackail, 1912-1935
  • 38 George Macmillan, 1912-1916
  • 39 Macmillan Letter Books
  • 39.5 Manchester Art Gallery, 1938
  • 40 Fred Manning, 1917-1932
  • 41 John Masefield, 1904-1920
  • 42 May Morris, 1898-1936
  • 43 “The New England Art Club,” by D. S. MacColl ( The Studio, 1919)
  • 44 “N” (Lucy Norton; Sargni Naidu to Arthur Symons; Nigel Nicolson to Mary Lago; Sir Geoffrey Harnsworth to Mary Lago; Marguerite Steen to Mary Lago, 1969-1974; Margo Eates to Mary Lago; Rita Vaughan to Mary Lago; G.H.B. McLean to Mary Lago; N.W. Nevinson, 1910-1912)
  • 45 Dermod O'Brien, 1908-1925
  • 46 Victoria Ocampo, 1967-1969
  • 47 William and Grace Orpen, 1901-1921; incl. corresp. Mary Lago-Beatrice Trench, Barrie Nichol)
  • 48 “P” (Harry Pieris to Mary Lago, 1970-1979; G. Singh to Mary Lago, 1970; Patricia Hutchens to Mary Lago, 1970-1973; J.C. Mukherjee to Mary Lago; S.C. Nandy to Mary Lago; Henry Regnery to Mary Lago; Melinda Campbell to Mary Lago; Margaret Richard to Mary Lago, 1969-1979; Ruth Pitter to Mary Lago; Mary Lago to Harold Dyer; Mary Lago to Ivan Moffatt; S.W. Prothero, 1903-1915; Ezra Pound)
  • 49 John Quinn, 1904-1912
  • 50 Walter Raleigh to Mary Dowdall, 1909-1919
  • 51 Ernest Rhys, 1913-1929
  • 52 Ellis and Harriet Roberts, 1931-1944

Box 32. Collected Correspondence, Transcripts.

  • 1 T. M. and Noel Rook, 1903-1933
  • 2 Rochester, NY: Congress of Religious Liberals (1913)
  • 3 George Russell (A.E.), 1930-1934; Bertrand Russell
  • 4 Robbie Ross, 1899-1918
  • 5 Diana Russell, 1942-1944
  • 6 “R” (Helen Rosetti Angel, 1919-1942; Grant Richards, 1898; Sir John Lahtia Stapleton to Mary Lago, 1967-1974; Bruce Hurley to Mary Lago; Richmond Ritchie; Rodin, 1897-1898)
  • 7 Flora Russell, 1932-1945
  • 8 Brajendranath Seal, 1912-1916
  • 9 Thomas Sturge Moore and Marie Moore, 1921-1937
  • 10 Wilson Steer
  • 11 Enid Starkie, 1934-1939
  • 12 George Street, 1910-1917
  • 13 Walter Sickert, 1894-1917
  • 14 “S”
  • 15 Sydney Schiff, 1930-1945
  • 16 George Bernard Shaw, 1896-1931. (incl. Mary Lago – Dan Lawrence, 1972-73 and Stanley Weintraub to Mary Lago, 1972)
  • 17 Manuscripts and Records of Misc. Materials- BMS Eng 1148 (1746), BMS Eng 1159 (5)
  • 18 Rabindranath Tagore to W. B. Yeats, 1911-1913; Surendranath Tagore to Yeats, 1913
  • 19 Abindranath Tagore; Surendranath Tagore
  • 20 Rabindranath Tagore to Rothenstein children, 1913-1914
  • 21 Angela Thirkell, 1932-1935
  • 22 Edward J. Thompson, 1927-1941
  • 23 Henry Tonks, 1901-1926
  • 24 “T”
  • 25 Evelyn Underhill, 1912-1914
  • 26 Correspondence to William Rothenstein, 1896-1925 (Herbert Fisher, Helen Fry, M.L.W., Joseph Southall, Thomas Derrick) [Originals: “To be returned to John Rothenstein”]
  • 27 George Bernard Shaw, 1898, 1908
  • 28 Watts-Duncan, 1893-1931
  • 29 M.L. Woods to WR, 1893-1934
  • 30 M.L. Woods to WF, 1934-1943
  • 31 “V”
  • 32 Paul Verlaine, 1893-1896
  • 33 Paul Verlaine
  • 34 W. B. Yeats, 1902-1939
  • 35 “Z”
Transcripts by D'Arcy Cresswell
  • 36 Aubrey Beardsley, n.d. [incl. draft of “The Three Musicians”]
  • 37 Stopford Brooke, 1912-1916
  • 38 Lady Burne-Jones, 1907, 1917
  • 39 Coquelin Cadet, n.d.
  • 40 George Calderon, n.d.
  • 41 Roger Casement, 1911
  • 42 Charles Conder, 1893-1906. [incl. “Charles Conder” by John Rothenstein]
  • 43 Joseph Conrad, 1903-1929
  • 44 C. Henry Daniel, 1896
  • 45 W. E. Henley, n.d.
  • 46 W. H. Hudson, 1909-1920
  • 47 Henry James, 1897-1900, 1910
  • 48 Lionel Johnson, 1894
  • 49 Eugenie Krantz, 1896
  • 50 Lord Northcliffe, 1916-1918
  • 51 Walter Pater, n.d.
  • 52 Rainer Maria Rilke, 1906
  • 53 Auguste Rodin, n.d.
  • 54 Robert Ross, 1897-1913
  • 55 Sir Herbert Tree, 1905, 1908
  • 56 Hebert Trench, 1904
  • 57 Paul Verlaine, 1897
  • 58 G. F. Watts, 1896
  • 59 J. M. and Beatrix Whistler, n.d.
  • 60 Oscar Wilde, 1893-1897
  • 61 “W”
  • 62 Margaret Woods
  • 63 Unidentified, 1927

Box 33. Rothenstein Letters. From Rothensteins.

  • 1 Alice Rothenstein to Beerbohms, 1907-1956
  • 2 Alice Rothenstein, 1910-1911
  • 3 Rothenstein correspondence to Alice Rothenstein, 1952-55 [originals; to be returned to John Rothenstein]
  • 4 Alice Rothenstein, misc. letters from Noel Blakston, (from C. Russell Scott) n.d.; (to Sister of Geoggrey Scott), n.d.; (to Joan Woods), 1936, 1937
  • 5 Albert Rutherston to Mary Dowdall, 1901-1927
  • 6 Albert Rutherston, misc. letters (to Maxis), 1910-1929; (to Roger Fry), 1912; to (Cecilia Kilburn), 1934-1937; (to parents), 1901-1902
  • 7 Albert Rutherston to William Rothenstein, 1908-1950
  • 8 Albert Rutherston to William Rothenstein, 1902,1916
  • 9 Albert Rutherston, 1902-1943
  • 10 Albert Rutherston, 1908-1943
  • 11 Alice Rothenstein to William Rothenstein, n.d.
  • 12 Augustus John, 1911-1935
  • 13 Charles Rothenstein to William Rothenstein, 1899-1918
  • 14 John Rothenstein. Misc. letters, 1920-1949
  • 15 Moritz Rothenstin to William Rothenstein [Houghton]
  • 16 “B” (WR to BB), 1925-1935; (WR to Laurence Binyon), 1899-1943
  • 17 Robert Bridges
  • 18 Robert Bridges (“Spirit of Man”)
  • 19 “C” (WR to JJ Chapman), 1911-1931; (WR to Sir Atul Chattergia), 1927; (WR to Frances Corntord), 1913, 1926; (WR to Edmund Grosse), 1904-1905
  • 20 Gordon (Teddie) Craig [Bibliotheque Nationale], 1897-1932
  • 21 Charles Conder [Boston Public Library; return to], 1904-1918
  • 22 “D” (WR to John Drinkwater), 1916-1937; (WR to Mrs. Dowdoll), 1926
  • 23 H. C. and Mary Dowdall, 1904-1939
  • 24 “E” (Epstein), 1907; (Dowday to M.L.), 1973
  • 25 “F” (to H. Fisher), 1910-1920; (WR to John Fothergill), 1907-1919; (WR to Roger Fry), 1901-1911
  • 26 Hugh Finney, 1932-1936 [original letters: 3 ALS]
  • 27 Roger Fry, 1901-1912
  • 28 “G” (WR to Gestler), 1908-1918; (WR to Gosse), 1904,1916; (WR to Gallatin), 1902-1944; (WR to Galsworthy), 1918; (Alistair McAlpine to ML), 1973; (Carla to ML), n.d.
  • 29 Isabella Stewart Gardner, 1911-1912; (John R. to ML), ND; (Linda V. Hewitt to ML), 1968
  • 30 “H”; (WR to Hammond), 1912-1930; (WR to Harlow), 1906; (WR to Haupman), 1902, 1905; (WR to Howell), 1912-1935; (WR to Von Hoffman), 1905-1939; (WR to Charles Holme), n.d
  • 31 Edna Clark Hall, 1932-1943
  • 32 Lucy Hammersley, 1903-1915; (Christopher Hammersly to ML), 1973; (AFA Carlisle to ML), 1972; (Wreay Tolfree to ML), 1972
  • 33 Silvia Baker Hay [incl. corr. Mary Lago-Norman Pearson and Caroline Polwarth], 1971, Marked Return, 1917-1944/1966
  • 34 “J” (Jungman), 1939-1943
  • 35 Mannie Kahn, 1912 [original letters: 2 ALS]; M. Maitra to Mannie Kahn, 1912 [original letter: 1 ALS]
  • 36 “L” (WR to Wilhelm Lehmauv), 1902
  • 37 Wyndham Lewis, 1927-1942 [Cornell]
  • 38 Macmillans
  • 39 Harriet Moody
  • 40 Gilbert Murrays [Bodleian-Murray Papers], 1904-1941
  • 41 “O”
  • 42 “R” (WR to Robert Ross), 1902-1916; (Grant Richards), 1937-1945; (M Rodn), 1897-1899
  • 43 Grant Richards, 1893-1934
  • 44 Auguste Rodin, 1898-1913 [Musée Rodin, Paris]
  • 45 Celia Rooke, 1927 [original letter: 1 ALS]
  • 46 William Rothenstein to children, 1910-1921
  • 47 Rachel Rothenstein, 1919-1943
  • 48 William Rothenstein to parents, 1910, 1911
  • 49 John Rothenstin [partial collection from JR, August, 1967]
  • 50 Bertrand
  • 51 “S”
  • 52 James Stephens, 1919-1938 [from R. Finneran. London, 1971]
  • 53 R. Tagore
  • 54 J. J. Thomson, 1916
  • 55 Tom Turner, 1936-1945
  • 56 “W”
  • 57 H. G. Wells, 1904-1932 [incl. R. Tagore to Wells]
  • 58 Henry and Margaret Woods
  • 59 Rothenstein-Yeats letters, 1912-1937 (photocopies)
  • 60 Yeats-Rothenstein letters, 1902-1930, bulk 1912-1913 (photocopies)
  • 61 Yeats-Tagore Letters. Transcriptions from Rabindra-Sadana
  • 62 William Rothenstein miscellaneous
  • 63 Correspondence to Alice Rothenstein, 1952-1955 [original letters], and additional misc. correspondence to AR

Box 34. Notes, Drafts.

Notes 
  • 1 Notebook with William Rothenstein’s early notes for Men and Memories [original]
  • 2 Yeats. Notes
  • 3 Notes and mss.
  • 4 William Rothenstein. 1934 Romanes Lecture. “Form and content in English Painting”
  • 5 The Church and Art. incl. “An Appreciation of the Pope's Talk to Artists” by Sir John Rothenstein
  • 6 Rothenstein Papers. Houghton Library. Catalogue I [note: Tagore 61M68]
  • 7 The Rothensteins. Some Books from the Libraries of Sir William Rothenstein and Sir John Rothenstein. Oxford Stone Rare Books, 1998.
  • 8 Rothenstein Catalogues, 1946, 1950, 1966, 1972-73, 1978
  • 9 Rothenstein Art Catalogues
  • 10 “Will Rothenstein,” by Augustus John (to Alice Rothenstein). TMs
  • 11 Photo: “Frontispiece for William Rothenstein's Pamphlet–an attempt to notice the author's dream of the interfering patron” [to be returned to John Rothenstein]
  • 12 Rothenstein, etching by Augustus John
Drafts
  • 13 Imperfect Encounter. Front matter ms; index ms
  • 14 Imperfect Encounter. Marked printer's copy
  • 15 Imperfect Encounter. Marked printer's copy
  • 16 Imperfect Encounter. Marked printer's copy
  • 17 Imperfect Encounter. Marked printer's copy
  • 18 Imperfect Encounter. Marked printer's copy
  • 19 Imperfect Encounter. Marked printer's copy
  • 20 Imperfect Encounter. “My copy of final draft to Harvard Press, June 1971– corrected. May 28, 1971–send to H. press production
  • 21 Imperfect Encounter. “My copy of final draft to Harvard Press, June 1971– corrected. May 28, 1971–send to H. press production
  • 22 Imperfect Encounter. “My copy of final draft to Harvard Press, June 1971– corrected. May 28, 1971–send to H. press production
  • 23 Imperfect Encounter. “My copy of final draft to Harvard Press, June 1971– corrected. May 28, 1971–send to H. press production
  • 24 Imperfect Encounter. “My copy of final draft to Harvard Press, June 1971– corrected. May 28, 1971–send to H. press production
  • 25 Imperfect Encounter. “My copy of final draft to Harvard Press, June 1971– corrected. May 28, 1971–send to H. press production
  • 26 Imperfect Encounter. Bridges chapter as sent to Lord Bridges at Moscow
  • 27 Men and Memories. Working copy
  • 28 Men and Memories. Working copy
  • 29 Men and Memories. Working copy
  • 30 Men and Memories. Working copy
  • 31 Men and Memories. Proofs