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Mary Lago Collection.

Restrictions

Copyright on all correspondence resides with the originator. Correspondence in the collection not written by Mary Lago may be consulted but not photocopied or published without permission from the copyright holder.

The majority of the correspondence collected by Lago is in the form of photocopies. Lago did have possession of a number of original letters, which are marked as such in the inventory. Parts of the collected correspondence are in the form of handwritten or typed notes, some of which are in Lago’s shorthand. Photocopies of correspondence collected by Lago (Forster, e.g.) may be under further restrictions based on instructions of original source.

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