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Paul Eldridge papers

Ms. Coll. 1319

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Summary Information

Repository:
University of Pennsylvania: Kislak Center for Special Collections, Rare Books and Manuscripts
Creator:
Eldridge, Paul
Title:
Paul Eldridge papers
Date [inclusive]:
1909-1982
Call Number:
Ms. Coll. 1319
Extent:
13.5 linear feet (14 boxes)
Language:
English
Language Note:
Contains materials primarily in English, with limited materials in French, German, Spanish, and Yiddish.
Abstract:
Paul Eldridge (1888-1982) was an American poet, novelist, essayist, short story writer, and teacher. Most prolific in the 1940s, Eldridge's writing focused on issues of World War II, the Israeli-Palestine conflict, and Zionist and Jewish issues more generally. This collection consists of manuscripts, typescripts, and reprographic copies of Eldridge's poems, stories, and essays; scrapbooks of clippings related to Eldridge's writing and other activities; dustjackets; photographs; issues of newspapers and periodicals in which his columns appeared; and correspondence related to Eldridge's writing and career.
Cite as:
Paul Eldridge papers, 1909-1982, Ms. Coll. 1319, Kislak Center for Special Collections, Rare Books and Manuscripts, University of Pennsylvania.
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Biography/History

Paul Eldridge (May 5, 1888–July 26, 1982) was an American poet, novelist, essayist, short story writer, and teacher. The son of Leon and Jeanette Eldridge (née Lefleur), Paul Eldridge was the youngest of four brothers. While most sources list his birthplace as Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, a profile by author and friend William F. Ryan notes that Eldridge was actually born in Bucharest, Romania, and that the family name was later Anglicized from "Erdreich." Raised in Philadelphia from the age of two, Eldridge then lived in New York City, from the 1930s until the time of his death. He married fellow writer, stage actress, and soprano, Sylvette De La Mar (variation: Sylvette De Lamar; née Sylvia Reiss, aka Sylvia Rice), author of the 1932 novel Jews and the Cross. Eldridge received a B.S. from Temple University in 1909, an M.A. from the University of Pennsylvania in 1911, and a doctorate from the University of Paris in 1913. Eldridge was a lecturer on American literature at the Sorbonne in 1913 and at the University of Florence in 1923. Later, he was an instructor of English literature at Saint John's College in Philadelphia, from 1910 to 1912, and was a member of the Authors' and Dramatists' League of the Authors' Guild of America. He was a teacher of romance languages at high schools in New York City from 1914 until his retirement in 1945.

Paul Eldridge is best known for collaborating with American novelist and poet George Sylvester Viereck (1884-1962) on four novels: My First Two Thousand Years: The Autobiography of the Wandering Jew (1928),  Salome: The Wandering Jewess (1930),  The Invincible Adam (1932), and  Prince Pax (1933). Eldridge would later denounce and disassociate himself from Viereck upon the discovery that Viereck, throughout the 1930s, worked on the publicity and propaganda efforts of Nazi Germany in America and edited pro-Nazi publications.

Many of Paul Eldridge's books were published by E. (Emanuel) Haldeman-Julius in his "Big Blue Books" series based out of Girard, Kansas. The "Big Blue Books" were an offshoot of Haldeman-Julius' popular "Little Blue Books," which produced publications of classic and new works that were inexpensive and portable.

Most prolific in the 1940s, Eldridge's writing focused on issues of World War II, the Israeli-Palestine conflict, and Jewish and Zionist issues more generally.

Paul Eldridge died in a New York City nursing home in 1982, preceded in death by his wife, Sylvette, who died in 1980. At the time of his death, his family described him as "a unique man, gentle genius, philosopher, ... author of 77 books of prose and poetry, ... ardent humanitarian, and Zionist" (box 11, folder 4).

Scope and Contents

This collection includes correspondence, typescripts, manuscripts, and other materials related to Paul Eldridge's writing and career. The manuscripts and typescripts show revisions and edits as Eldridge worked toward final versions of his writings.

Series I. Correspondence (people), 1909-1982 and Series II. Correspondence (topics), 1930-1976 consists mainly of correspondence with other authors, publishers, critics, and admirers, including George Sylvester Viereck (Eldridge's co-author), John Thomas Head, Tom Kennedy, and E. Haldeman-Julius. Correspondence frequently includes publication details and logistics and responses from those who were sent copies of Eldridge's work, either for consideration for publication or for review. The correspondence series also contains letters from Eldridge to Sylvia Reiss as part of their courtship from 1909 to 1910. When searching the finding aid for names of correspondents, researchers should search for last name, first name. The folders within Correspondence (topics) were compiled by Eldridge, and they were kept intact during processing.

Series III. Writings (typescripts), circa 1910s-1930s consists of typescripts-- with some manuscripts, as well-- of Eldridge's writing in the genres of essays, newspaper columns, long-form works, plays, poetry, and stories, in addition to a typescript of Eldridge's 1913 thesis for the University of Paris on William Cullen Bryant, in French.

Series IV. Writings (published), 1912-1979 includes published versions of his writings, mainly in the form of reprographic copies and newspaper and journal clippings. These published writings span the genres of essays, newspaper columns (for The Answer), long-form works, plays, poetry, and stories.

Newspaper and magazine clippings of interest to Eldridge make up Series V. Clippings, 1910-1982 and topics include William F. Ryan, George Sylvester Viereck, politics and war, as well as advertisements and reviews of Eldridge's work.

Whole publications containing Eldridge's works are to be found in Series VI. Publications containing Eldridge's works, 1917-1979, include Eldridge's titles in E. Haldeman-Julius' "Big Blue Books" series, as well as various journals and newspapers, including The Answer,  American Freedman,  The Jewish Review,  Progress Monthly,  Progressive World,  Critic and Guide, and  The Jewish Forum. Also in this series are dustjackets for some of Eldridge's books, including  Vanitas (1920) and  Crown of Empire (1947).

Series VIII. Original artwork includes pencil and pen drawings which were published alongside some of Eldridge's works. Artists identified via signatures on the drawings are: A. Barr/A. Barreto, Harry Fowler, and R.F.M. Wawra.

In addition to copies of publications and clippings related to and representing his own work, Eldridge also collected publications by others, which comprise Series VIII (1909-1981). Writings by E. Haldeman-Julius, William F. Ryan, and George Sylvester Viereck are included here, as well as copies of the journals American Atheist,  The Mark Twain Journal, and  The New Leader.

Series IX (1909-1982) consists of personal and family material, including address books and date books, banking and identification documents, certificates and notices, photographs, five scrapbooks of reviews and writings (also represented elsewhere in the collection), travel memorabilia, and an interview on VHS of Paul Eldridge by his niece, and assistant in his later years, Vivienne Horton. This series also contains the Sylvette De La Mar papers (aka Sylvette de Lamar, Sylvia Eldridge, née Sylvia Reiss or Rice), which includes correspondence, clippings, performance programs, and writings.

Administrative Information

Publication Information

University of Pennsylvania: Kislak Center for Special Collections, Rare Books and Manuscripts,  2017 September 14

Access Restrictions

The bulk of this collection is open for research use. However, access to original audio/visual materials and computer files is restricted (VHS in Box 11, Folder 5). The Kislak Center will provide access to the information on these materials from duplicate master files. If the original does not already have a copy, it will be sent to an outside vendor for copying. Patrons are financially responsible for the cost. The turnaround time from request to delivery of digital items is about two weeks for up to five items and three to seven weeks for more than five items. Please contact Reprographic Services (reprogr@upenn.edu) for cost estimates and ordering. Once digital items are received, researchers will have access to the files on a dedicated computer in the Van Pelt-Dietrich Library Center. Researchers should be aware of specifics of copyright law and act accordingly.

Use Restrictions

Copyright restrictions may exist. For most library holdings, the Trustees of the University of Pennsylvania do not hold copyright. It is the responsibility of the requester to seek permission from the holder of the copyright to reproduce material from the Kislak Center for Special Collections, Rare Books and Manuscripts.

Source of Acquisition

Gift of Odette Eldridge Horton and Howard E. Horton, 1990.

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Controlled Access Headings

Form/Genre(s)
  • Clippings (information artifacts)
  • Correspondence
  • Essays
  • Photographs
  • Plays (performed works)
  • Poems
  • Scrapbooks
  • Short stories
  • Typescripts
  • Writings (documents)
Personal Name(s)
  • Eldridge, Sylvette
  • Haldeman-Julius, E. (Emanuel), 1888-1951
  • Viereck, George Sylvester, 1884-1962
Subject(s)
  • American literature--20th century
  • American poetry--20th century
  • Authors
  • Authors, American--20th century
  • Judaism--Study and teaching
  • Literature
  • Poets
  • Poets, American--20th century
  • Religion
  • Theater--United States--20th century

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Collection Inventory

I. Correspondence (people), 1909-1982.

Box Folder

Abbott, Charles to Abrams, Al, 1944-1977.

1 1

Alpern, Hymen, 1938-1967.

1 2

Alroy, Gil Carl to Atherton, Gertrude, 1941-1974.

1 3

Bates, Louise to Benjamin, Jack, 1932-1964.

1 4

Bernstein, Leonard, 1970.

1 5

Block, Herb to Bynner, Witter (French), 1920-1979.

1 6

Carter, Russell Gordon to Cohen, Gabriel, 1933-1975.

1 7

Conrads, Marge, 1959.

1 8

De Casseres, Benjamin to Dreiser, Theodore, 1920-1977.

1 9

Eldridge, Leonard and Eleanore, 1961-1977.

1 10

Ferraro, Louis R., 1943-1955.

1 11

Finger, Charles J. to Fishbein, Frieda, 1911-1953.

1 12

Forteza, Luis to Frank, Hyman, 1929-1979.

1 13

Gertz, Elmer to Godryen, J., 1925-1981.

1 14

Goldberg, Isaac, 1925-1936.

1 15

Goldfarb, Samuel J., 1975-1976.

1 16

Grodenchik, Julius to Gruber, Ruth, 1945-1948.

1 17

Haldeman, Henry J. to Harris, Roger, 1935-1976.

1 18

Head, John Thomas, 1954-1961.

1 19

High School teaching, 1927-1974.

1 20

Hochstein, Joshua to Hutcheson, Richard R., 1923-1981.

1 21

Isenberg, Max, 1954.

1 22

Jackson, Henry M. to Julias, Dorothy M. (French), 1945-1976.

1 23

Kennedy, Thomas E., 1928-1972.

1 24

Kernan, William C. to Knight, Tracy, 1936-1970.

1 25

Lander, Bernard to Lockwood, Joan (French), 1916-1981.

1 26

Manheimer, Wallace A. to Moore, Emma H., 1909-1976.

1 27

Mullins, Helene, 1963.

1 28

Murrow, Edward R., 1956.

1 29

New York Times to Nitsche, George E., 1942-1973.

1 30

O'Neil, James to Overstreet, H. A., 1931-1951.

1 31

Pait, June to Poole, C., 1962-1981.

1 32

Quarrie, Hector Mac to Quimby, Ernest D., 1921-1949.

1 33

Rice, Sylvia (Reiss), aka Sylvette De La Mar/de Lamar, letters to from Paul Eldridge, 1909-1910.

1 34-35

Rittenberg, Louis to Ross, Arthur Leonard, 1934-1977.

1 36

Ryan, William F., 1969-1982.

1 37

Salomon, Michel to Sinai, Anne, 1922-1974.

1 38

Slomovitz, Philip, 1975-1978.

1 39

Solomon, Samuel S., 1940-1979.

1 40

Soskin, [?] to Szyk, Arthur, 1930-1949.

1 41

Tahchuchu, Leon to Tooill, Kenneth D., 1941-1948.

1 42

Van Buren, Abby to Viereck, George and Peter, 1927-1977.

1 43

Wadia, Sophia to Wurmser, Jean (French), 1938-1969.

1 44

Yoseloff, Thomas, 1940-1972.

1 45

Zucker, Sydney A. to Zuckerman, Paul, 1974-1979.

1 46

II. Correspondence (topics), 1930-1976.

Box Folder

The Answer, correspondence to and from, letters sent to Eldridge from others via, 1943-1948.

1 47

I Bring a Sword (published 1945), editorial and fan correspondence (including Zora Neale Hurston), 1945-1946.

1 48

Israeli politics, 1948-1976.

1 49

My First Two Thousand Years (published 1928), correspondence regarding the banning of, 1930.

1 50

Plays, editorial correspondence, 1935-1968.

1 51

Who's Who, and other directories, 1962-1976.

1 52

III. Writings (typescripts), circa 1910s-1970s.

a. Essays.

Box Folder

"Five Modern Spanish Plays", undated.

1 53

"In Defense of Pessimism", undated.

1 53

"The Land of Don Quixote and Sancho Panza", undated.

1 53

"Let Us Make Peace with Our Fate", undated.

1 53

"My Debt to Books", undated.

1 54

"New York State", undated.

1 54

"The Record of a Legend", undated.

1 54

"Some Fugitive Impressions of Berlin at War", 1914.

1 54

"To Keep the Record Straight", 1934.

1 54

Unknown titles, seven works (“History does not repeat itself…”),“How good is it for brethren…”, “Nothing belittles man as much as…”, “A Strange and most pleasant anachronism…", “The train continues…”, “Twenty-five years…”, “What are the sacred interests…”), undated.

1 54

b. "Sparks in the Wild," newspaper column for The Answer.

Box Folder

"Ah, How Mighty is Britain!", undated.

2 1

"America Faces Her Mirror", undated.

2 1

"The Arithmetic of Time", undated.

2 1

"The Bar of ‘Justice’ and a Moral", undated.

2 1

"Beggars Can’t Be Choosers", undated.

2 1

"The Birth of a Nation", undated.

2 1

"Birds of a Feather", undated.

2 1

"Blessed Are They Who Quarrel", undated.

2 1

"A Call to Impatience", undated.

2 1

"Children of the Storm", undated.

2 1

"Coincidental Becomes a Man", undated.

2 1

"Competitor to Crocodile", undated.

2 1

"The Counterfeit Coin", undated.

2 1

"The Court at the Sign of the Double Cross", undated.

2 1

"Crime and Punishment", undated.

2 1

"Dear Friend", undated.

2 1

"A Dialogue", undated.

2 1

"Do Not Turn the Other Cheek", undated.

2 1

"Double-Faced Thomases", undated.

2 1

"Eleven Don Quixotes in Search of Adventure", undated.

2 2

"The Empty Barrels Roll On", undated.

2 2

"Enough! Enough!", undated.

2 2

"Eretz Israel Warns", undated.

2 2

"Et Tu, Brute!", undated.

2 2

"The Fly in the Ointment", undated.

2 2

"Foolish Sentinels", undated.

2 2

"Fortune Aids the Bold", undated.

2 2

"From a Claw You May Know the Lion", undated.

2 2

"From the Diary of a British Sergeant in Palestine", undated.

2 2

"The Ghost at the Trial at Nuremberg", undated.

2 2

"History is No Man’s Fool", undated.

2 2

"Holy is that Holy Does", undated.

2 2

"How Much for Recognition?", undated.

2 2

"The Inescapable Solution", undated.

2 2

"Inventory", undated.

2 2

"Israel’s Answer to the Big Father", undated.

2 2

"Israel and the Circle", undated.

2 2

"I Was a Little Nazi", undated.

2 2

"Jews Are Also People", undated.

2 2

"The Jew Has Come of Age", undated.

2 2

"The Jolly Show", undated.

2 2

"Justice in Her New Look", undated.

2 2

"Know Thy Chaff", undated.

2 2

"Know Thy Enemy!", undated.

2 2

"Lambs into Tigers", undated.

2 3

"Lament for the United Nations", undated.

2 3

"Lanterns", undated.

2 3

"The Last Handful", undated.

2 3

"The Last Legend", undated.

2 3

"A Letter to Palestine", undated.

2 3

"Lion into Dog", undated.

2 3

"Litany of Lies", undated.

2 3

"Messiah or Fool", undated.

2 3

"Messiahs and Fools", undated.

2 3

"The Miracle of Lake Success", undated.

2 3

"The Moving Finger Writes", undated.

2 3

"Nazi-Flesh of Our Flesh", undated.

2 3

"The New Hebrew", undated.

2 3

"No More Miracles!", undated.

2 3

"None So Blind", undated.

2 3

"Of Big Teeth and False Ones", undated.

2 3

"Of Cheeks and Slaps", undated.

2 3

"Of Cheeks and Swords", undated.

2 3

"Of Weavers, Loopholers, and an Apprentice", undated.

2 3

"On the Day of Deliverance", undated.

2 3

"Open Letter to the Christians of America", undated.

2 3

"Outgodding the Gods", undated.

2 3

"Out of the Fool’s Paradise!", undated.

2 3

"The People Are Guilty", undated.

2 4

"Pomp and Circumstance", undated.

2 4

"The Prisoner of Cyprus", undated.

2 4

"Prophecy", undated.

2 4

"Prophets or Empty Barrels?", undated.

2 4

"Redeem Eretz Israel!", undated.

2 4

"The Rule of the Trough and the Stable", undated.

2 4

"Schnorers Eternal", undated.

2 4

"Shalom!", undated.

2 4

"Sparks in the Wind", undated.

2 4

"The Story of the Jewish Legion…", undated.

2 4

"This is Your Day!", undated.

2 4

"Time Hangs by a Hair", undated.

2 4

"To the Honorable Members of the United Nations", undated.

2 4

"Trembler, Stop Chattering", undated.

2 4

"These are the People", undated.

2 4

"Suicide in Hades", undated.

2 4

"This is Your Day", undated.

2 4

"To the Heroes of Bergen-Belsen", undated.

2 4

"Tripping the Step", undated.

2 4

"Tripping the Trippers", undated.

2 4

"Two Morals with One Conclusion", undated.

2 4

"Viable Home", undated.

2 4

"Victim Victor", undated.

2 4

"We Are Those Who Were Hanged", undated.

2 4

"The Weary Old Leader is Dead", undated.

2 4

"Weep for Justice", undated.

2 4

"What Now, America?", undated.

2 4

"Where the Tree Has its Roots…", undated.

2 4

"Why So Silent, America?", undated.

2 4

"The Will of the Wailing Wall", undated.

2 4

"Word to Some American Cousins", undated.

2 4

c. Other writings (long-form works).

Box Folder

The Maxims of Paul Eldridge, undated.

2 5

Parables of Old Cathay, undated.

2 6

The Story Tellers: Miguel de Cervantes Saavedra, undated.

2 7

The Tree of Ignorance, 1962.

2 8

Unidentified typescripts, two works ("The challenge..." and "Except for an occasional..."), undated.

2 9-10

d. Plays.

Box Folder

"Adultery," "And So It Came to Pass," and "Antics and Romantics", undated.

2 11

"The Bell Was Never Hung," "Ben Brown," "Betty’s Awakening," "Between the Acts," "Bluebird Captured," and "By Right", undated.

2 12

"The Carnival," "Cat into Man," and "Commencement", undated.

3 1

"Eternal Current", undated.

3 2

"The Fifth Wheel", undated.

3 3

"The Gesture," "Grand Finale," "Grassroots in Riverbed," "The Great Hunter," and "Guardian Angels", undated.

3 4-7

"The Hero Returns," "The Homecoming," and "Humans All Too Human", undated.

3 8

"If After Every Tempest," "An Interview Twixt a Bishop and His Lord," and "Io Victus", undated.

3 9

"The Jest" and "Justice in the Isle of Perfection", undated.

3 10

"The League of Truth," "The Little Miracle of Isla Dorada," "The Loser," and "Love’s the Thing", undated.

3 11-12

"Magnanimous Lady," "A Mere Trifle," and Misadventures in Chastity, undated.

3 13

"The Patriot," "Paying Their Last Respects," and "The Peacemakers", undated.

3 14

"The Rebels" and "Riverbed", undated.

3 15

"Santa Claus," "Society in Ratland," and "The Strategy", undated.

3 16

"Tempting the Devil," "Too Near the Fire," and "Truth", undated.

3 17

"UCBPP – Union of Civilized Beings for Perpetual Peace," as well as early draft titled "Honor", undated.

3 18

What Every Woman Wants, "What’s Wrong?," and "Whores of the World, Unite!", undated.

3 19

e. Poetry.

Box Folder

"Abel;" "Ad Literam;" "Advice to a Sweetheart;" "Alma Mater;" "And He, A Fool;" "Anxiety;" "Artistic Unconcern;" "Be Drunken, Oh Below!;" and "The Boastful Kitten", circa 1912.

3 20-21

"Cain;" "Call to Arms;" "The Challenge;" "Challenges;" "The Christian’s Lament;" "Circles;" "Cirque Bizarre;" "Climbing;" "Come to Me, My Love;" and "Consolation, or Sour Grapes", undated.

3 22

"The Dead;" "Death Stands in the Corner and Grins;" "Defiance;" "Destiny;" "Diogenes;" "Distance Lends Enchantment;" "Divine Pranks;" "Do Not Tell Me the Truth, My Dear;" "Dream and Reality;" "Dust and Man;" and "Dying Rose", undated.

3 22

"Earth," "Equal Rights," "Emptiness," "Epitaph on a Fly," "Esoterics," "The Eternal Flower," and "The Exchange", undated.

3 23

"Fame and Immortality," "Familiarity," "The Fate of 'The Master of His Fate'," "Finnita La Commeddia," "The Fool Prayed," "Franklin Delano Roosevelt," and "Futility", undated.

3 23

"God," "God Complains," "The Goddess," "God Was Satisfied!," and "God Will Gratis Laugh", undated.

3 23

"Hail, Scorn!;" "Hearken All;" "Heaven Recaptured;" and "Her Breasts…", undated.

3 23

"I Cupped My Hands," "If I Were God," "Illusion," "Infallibility," "Insomnia," "Interpretation," and "Israel", undated.

3 24

"Jest," "The Journey," and "Judgments", undated.

3 24

"Kitten and Tomcat", undated.

4 1

"The Lakelet Meditates;" "Lament for the United Nations;" "The Land of Nowhere;" "Lasea;" "The Last Straw;" "Laugh to Think;" "L’Enfant Jesus De Prague;" "The Leopard’s Spots;" "A Lie is Still A Lie;" "Life;" "Life’s Fatality;" "Little Nazi, Big Democrat;" "The Little Watch;" and "Luck", undated.

4 1

"Madman Upon a Cross," "The Magic of the Fields," "A Maiden Passes By Messenger," "The Mirror Thinks," "A Mood," "The Moon," "Moses," "The Mountains," "My Heart is a Master Weaver," and "My Memory", undated.

4 2

"Napoleon Commands Death…," "Nero," "Night," and "The Nightingale’s Complaint", undated.

4 2

"One World," "O Poet of America," and "The Ordeal of Mark Twain", circa 1915.

4 3

"The Passing Summers," "Patrimony," "Pensees," "The Pessimist," "The Philosopher and the Gods," "The Poet is Born and Becomes Famous," "Prayer," "The Procession Passes On and On," and "Prophecy", undated.

4 3

"The Reason," "The Record of a Legend," "Resurrection," "Resusitatus Est," "The River at the Source," and "Roosters and Foxes", undated.

4 4

"The Saint and His Soul," "Shadow and Echo," "Shalom," "Silence," "The Soliloquy of Gerald Ford…," "The Song of the Fiddle," "The Sophist," "Souls of Men," "The Square Dance Macabre," "The Supplication of the Six Million," "Su T’chu Writes to His Teacher," and "Symbolism", undated.

4 4

"To An Office Siesta," "To S.," "The Tower of Babel," "Tragedy of an Objective Poet," "Transmigration of Souls," "Trees," "Two Maidens and One Youth," "The Two Neighbors," and "Tyrant and Rebel", undated.

4 5

"The Unanswered Query" and "The Unsung", undated.

4 5

"Valley and Hill" and "Vanity", undated.

4 6

"We Thank Thee Not, O Lord!;" "Where Are Last Spring’s Leaves?;" "Why Do You Hide So Deep, My Dreams?;" "Wisdom;" and "The World and I", undated.

4 6

f. Stories (manuscripts).

Box Folder

"Dreaming," "The Husband," "The Magic Formula," "Mother Love," "On Ottoman Falling," "Petites Comedies Misere," "Realisation," "The Return," "The Ring," "St. Arles Ring," and "An Unique Course", undated.

4 7

g. Stories (typescripts).

Box Folder

"Absolution;" "Achilles’ Heel;" "Ah, Memories!;" "All That’s Hell is Not Sulphur;" "Among the Others;" "The Anniversary;" and "The Apple of Illusion", undated.

4 8

"The Bars of Liberty," "The Bell Was Never Hung," "The Bride of Las Palmas," "The Broken Triangle," and "But Not for Happiness", undated.

4 9

"Calculation," "Cauls Do Not Lie," "Celluloid and Tears," "The Cemetery of the Runaway Horse," "Chaff in the Wind," "The Challenge," "Cheaters All," "Child of Love," "Cinderella Changes Shoes," "The Coffin," "Civilization is a Woman," "Crime and Punishment," and "Cuckoos Over the Fence", undated.

4 10

"Dictator for a Day" and "The Dance of Death", undated.

4 11

"The Education of Young Crow," "Embers," "The Eternal Jew," "The Eunuch of Florence," and "Eve’s Rib", undated.

4 12

"The Fatalist in New York," "The Fate of Sancho Mendez Rueda," "Feathers Make the Peacock," "The Fever of Happiness," "Flesh of the Flesh," "Flight into Nowhere," "The Flight of the Angels," "Fly Catches Spider," and "Forty", undated.

4 13

"Gamblers in Love," "Generations," "Giovanni Boccaccio," and "Golden Vessel of Iniquity", undated.

4 14

"The Hand is the Coward," "Hangmen’s Luck," "He Whose Desires Were All Satisfied," "Honesty is Rewarded Honor," "How to Get Rid of a Woman," "How to Save Mankind," and "Husbands Triumphant", undated.

4 15

"Immortality," "In Full Payment," "In Self-Defence," and "The Ivory Towerist", undated.

4 16

"Joseph of New England" and "The Juggernaut Passes On…", undated.

4 17

"The Last Creation," "The Last Word," "The Law of Physics," "Led by the Nose," "A Lesson Well Learned," "The Little Square of the Witches," "Love," and "The Love of Three Slaps", undated.

4 18

"The Magic Formula," "Making Conversation," "The Male Litany," "A Man is Delivered," "The Masqueraders," "Mercy is Not God’s," "Merely a Man," "Mother Love," "Mother Only," "Muffled Drum," "My Aunt Steps Out," ["My early boyhood…"], "My Spiritual Uncle," and "The Mystic Bond", undated.

4 19

"Napoleon" and "No Greater Love", undated.

4 20

"Off the Hook" and "Oil Makes the General Run", undated.

4 21

"Paris," "Pastels," "A Penny Earned is a Penny Robbed," "Perfectly Mated," "The Perfect Wife," "The Pity of Triumph," "Please Try to Understand," "Porcelain Hens," "Pot of Gold," "The Price of Pajamas" and "Prince Charming of Eridu", undated.

4 22

"The Rest Was Silence," "Resurrection," "The Return," "The Revolt of the Ancients," "Reward on Earth," and "The Roof Was High Enough", undated.

4 22

"San Puerco," "Sausages and Immortality," "Saved by his Ghost," "School for Caballeros," "The Senora Who Understands," "Silences," "Sister Kate," "A Son is Born," "Sons," and "Spring is Too Fragile", undated.

4 23

"Tales of Fortune Isles" (German), "Time and the Teuton," "Tragedy in Yucatan," "The Triumph of Pajarillo," "The Truth About Phyllis Warren," and "The Tyrant", undated.

4 24

"The Ultimate Smile", undated.

4 25

"The Vampire;" "Virtue, Beware!;" and "Virtue Is its Own Reward", undated.

4 26

"The Way of a Wife;" "The Way of Men with Maids;" "What Men Live By;" "Whores of the World, Unite!;" "Widows," "Merry and Grim;" "With Fife and Drum;" "Woe to the Veil Lifters;" and "Women Ain’t No Fools", undated.

4 27

h. Thesis.

Box Folder

William Cullen Bryant (1794-1878), typescript, for doctoral program, with comments by Professor Legoris, 1916.

4 28

William Cullen Bryant (1794-1878), for doctoral program, typescript, partially burned in fire, undated.

4 29

William Cullen Bryant (1794-1878), for doctoral program, typescript, partially burned in fire, undated.

5 1

IV. Writings (published), 1912-1979.

a. Essays.

Box Folder

"An Atheist Looks at Upton Sinclair" (publication unknown), undated.

5 2

"Arrows in the Air," The Modern Thinker, undated.

5 2

"Atheism: the Courage to Live and Die" (publication unknown), undated.

5 2

"The Christian’s Complex," The Protestant, 1943 December.

5 2

"A Declaration of Human Rights," The Answer, undated.

5 2

"Don Quixote," The Jewish Review, 1945 December 6.

5 2

"Double-Faced Thomases," The Jewish Review, 1946 January 10.

5 2

"The Emissary," The Jewish Review, 1945 November 22; 1948 October 14.

5 2

"Eretz and the Foolish Sentinels," American Jewish Review, 1950 January 26.

5 2

"False Messiahs," Congress Weekly, 1946 March 29.

5 2

"Fortune Aids the Bold" (publication unknown), undated.

5 2

"Fortune Aids the Bold," The Answer, 1945 December.

5 2

"George Swastika Viereck: Answer to a Speech Delivered in Madison Square Garden, Wherein the Monarchist-Republican-Fascist Chameleon and Foe of Liberty Proclaimed His Hymn of Hate," Panorama, 1934 June.

5 2

"In Defense of Pessimism," The Modern Thinker, undated.

5 2

"Inevitable Conclusion," The Answer, 1943 July 20.

5 2

"Insecurity—Thy Name is Liberty!" The Humanist , 1944 Winter.

5 2

"Israel Must Be Prepared!," The Jewish Forum, 1950 April.

5 2

"Israel is Not Theocratic," The Critic and Guide, 1949 April.

5 2

"Let Us Pray" (publication unknown, Yiddish), undated.

5 2

"The Litany of Lies," The Jewish Forum, 1947 September.

5 2

"No Security for the Jew in Christendom," publication unknown, 1946 January.

5 2

"No Security for the Jew in Christendom," The Humanist (Yiddish), 1946 July 30.

5 2

"No Security for the Jew in Christendom," editorial based on Jewish Morning Journal (Yiddish), 1946 March 11.

5 2

"On How Not to Become Old," American Monthly, 1927 May.

5 2

"Partisan 'Objectivity'," The Opinion, 1956 March-April.

5 2

"Pet Lies of Civilization," The Jewish Review, 1946 March 28.

5 2

"Pomp and Circumstance," The Jewish Review, 1948 February 28.

5 2

"The Power of Impassioned Desperation" (publication unknown), undated.

5 2

"Question of Weather," American Monthly, 1927 July .

5 2

"The Sore Rump," The New Palestine, 1947 February 21.

5 2

"The Sore Rump," The Jewish Forum, 1951 December.

5 2

"This is the Season," This is the Time, The Answer, 1945 February.

5 2

Unknown title, New Yorker Wochenblat (Yiddish), 1946 March 1.

5 2

"The Vicious Circle Turns," The New Palestine, 1947 February 21.

5 2

"The Vicious Circle Turns," The Jewish Review, 1946 January 31.

5 2

"We Must Discard the Scapegoat Complex," Magazine Digest, undated.

5 2

"We Reject!" The Jewish Review, 1946 February 14.

5 2

"We Reject!" The Jewish Forum, 1945 October.

5 2

"We, the Uninvited, Accuse!" The Jewish Forum, 1947 July.

5 2

"What a Man Fears Determines His Character," The Humanist, 1947 Spring.

5 2

"What Price Racial Hate?" Opinion, 1945 November.

5 2

"The Wolf and the Lamb," Menorah, 1946 September.

5 2

"The Wolf and the Lamb," The Jewish Review, 1945 November 8.

5 2

"The Wolf and the Lamb," The Jewish Forum, 1948 April.

5 2

"The Wolf and the Lamb," The New Palestine, 1946 May 17.

5 2

b. "Sparks in the Wild," newspaper column for The Answer.

Box Folder

"Ah, How Mighty is Britain!", 1947 May 30.

5 3

"America, Face Your Mirror!", 1948 February 20.

5 3

"American Cousins … Weavers of Futile Dreams", 1948 April 23.

5 3

"An Ancient Menace or a New Hope?", 1947 November 21.

5 3

"The Arithmetic of Time", 1948 July 30.

5 3

"At the Sign of the Double Cross", 1948 July 2.

5 3

"Beggars Can’t Be Choosers", 1947 September 5.

5 3

"Birds of a Feather", 1948 June 25.

5 3

"Blessed Are They Who Quarrel", 1948 May 14.

5 3

"The Birth of a Nation", 1948 October 15.

5 3

"Children of the Storm", 1948 May 7.

5 3

"Coincidental Becomes a Man", 1948 March 3.

5 3

"Competitor to Crocodile", 1948 August 27.

5 3

"The Counterfeit Coin", 1947 May 9.

5 3

"Crime and Punishment", 1948 September 24.

5 3

"The Devil’s Manna", 1947 April 4.

5 3

"Eleven Don Quixotes in Search of Adventure", 1947 July 11.

5 3

"Enough! Enough!", 1947 August 8.

5 3

"Eretz Israel Warns", 1948 April 30.

5 3

"The Eternal Pattern", 1947 August 29.

5 3

"Et Tu Brute!", 1948 March 26.

5 3

"The Fly in the Ointment", 1947 October 17.

5 3

"From a Claw You May Know the Lion", 1948 August 6.

5 3

"The Great Betrayal", 1948 April 2.

5 3

"The Hebrew", 1947 February 28.

5 3

"History is No Man’s Fool", 1948 September 17.

5 3

"Holy is That Holy Does", 1948 June 18.

5 3

"Impatience!", 1947 March 7.

5 3

"The Inescapable Solution", 1947 October 3.

5 3

"In Memoriam: Franklin Delano Roosevelt", 1947 April 11.

5 3

"The International Square Dance", 1948 April 9.

5 3

"Inventory", 1948 October 22.

5 3

"Israel Shall Blossom Again", 1947 December 26.

5 3

"Israel’s Answer to the Big Father", 1948 November 5.

5 3

"I Was a Little Nazi", 1947 January 31.

5 3

"Jews Are Also People", 1948 July 23.

5 3

"The Jew Has Come of Age", 1947 October 10.

5 3

"The Jolly Show—The Battle of Hamburg", 1947 September 26.

5 3

"Justice in Her New Look", 1948 January 2.

5 3

"Know Thy Chaff", 1948 August 20.

5 3

"Know Your Enemy!", 1947 June 27.

5 3

"Lament for the United Nations", 1948 March 12.

5 3

"Lanterns", 1948 January 16.

5 3

"Lanterns", 1947 November 7.

5 3

"Lanterns", 1947 October 31.

5 3

"Lanterns", 1947 June 20.

5 3

"The Last Handful", 1947 July 18.

5 3

"The Last Handful", 1948 January 30.

5 3

"Letter from Palestine", 1947 February 21.

5 3

"Letter from Palestine", 1947 April 25.

5 3

"Letter from Palestine", 1947 June 13.

5 3

"Letter from Tel Aviv", 1947 March 14.

5 3

"Lion into Dog", 1948 July 9.

5 3

"Messiah or Fool", 1947 September 12.

5 3

"The Miracle of Lake Success", 1947 November 14 .

5 3

"The Moving Finger Writes", 1948 June 11.

5 3

"The Nazi Lover Speaketh", 1947 June 6.

5 3

"No More Miracles!", 1948 February 6.

5 3

"None So Blind", 1947 December 19.

5 3

"Nothing is a Wonderful Thing", 1947 March 21.

5 3

"Of Big Teeth and False Ones", 1948 March 19.

5 3

"Of Lambs and Tigers", 1947 August 15.

5 3

"Of Mice and Men", 1947 July 25.

5 3

"Of Weavers, Loopholers and an Apprentice", 1948 July 16.

5 3

"An Open Letter to the Christians of America", 1947 July 4.

5 3

"Outgodding the Gods", 1947 December 12.

5 3

"Out of the Fool’s Paradise!", 1947 February 7.

5 3

"The People Are Guilty", 1947 January 17.

5 3

"Pet Lies of Our Civilization", 1947 January 10.

5 3

"Pottage or Birthright?", 1948 October 1.

5 3

"Prophecy", 1948 May 21.

5 3

"Quack! Quack! Quack!", 1947 November 28.

5 3

"Redeem Eretz Israel!", 1947 October 24.

5 3

"Review", 1948 February 27.

5 3

"The Rule of the Trough and the Stable", 1948 September 3.

5 3

"These Are the People", 1947 September 19.

5 3

"This is Your Day!", 1947 March 28.

5 3

"Schnorers Eternal", 1947 December 5.

5 3

"Shalom", 1948 December 17.

5 3

"Sparks in the Wind", 1947 January 24.

5 3

"Suicide in Hades", 1948 June 4.

5 3

"The Supplication of the Six Million", 1948 April 16.

5 3

"They Have Mouths But Speak Not", 1947 April 18.

5 3

"To the Heroes of Bergen-Belsen", 1947 February 14.

5 3

"To the Honorable Members of the United Nations", 1948 February 13.

5 3

"Time Hangs by a Hair", 1948 January 9.

5 3

"Trembler, Stop Chattering!", 1948 May 28.

5 3

"Twenty Per Cent", 1947 August 1.

5 3

"We Are Those Who Were Hanged", 1947 May 16.

5 3

"Weep for Justice", 1947 May 23.

5 3

"What Now, America?", 1948 January 23.

5 3

"What Path, Israel?", 1948 October 29.

5 3

"Where the Tree Has its Roots", 1948 August 13.

5 3

"Why So Silent, America?", 1947 August 22.

5 3

"The Will of the ‘Wailing Wall’", 1947 May 2.

5 4-5

c. Plays.

Box Folder

"The Jest," The Stratford Journal, undated.

5 6

"The Carnival," The Double Dealer, 1923 January.

5 6

"The Gesture," The Guardian, undated.

5 6

"Mademoiselle Aperitif" (publication unknown), undated.

5 6

"The Obedient Betrayer," American Atheist, 1979 June.

5 6

"Punch and Judy," The Dance, 1927 January.

5 6

"Truth" (publication unknown), undated.

5 6

"Whores of the World, Unite!" (publication unknown), 1976 May-June.

5 6

"Yes,-er-Justice!" The Pagan, undated.

5 6

d. Poems.

Box Folder

"All Ye Who Suffer, Come Unto Me!" (reprographic copy, publication unknown), undated.

5 7

"Anthology of the Lowly" (publication unknown), undated.

5 7

"Arrows in the Air" (publication unknown), undated.

5 7

"The Awakening" (reprographic copy, publication unknown), undated.

5 7

"The Bachelor" (publication unknown), undated.

5 8

"A Bold Plan" (reprographic copy, publication unknown), undated.

5 8

"Built on Truth/Build on Truth!" (reprographic copy, publication unknown), undated.

5 8

"Chinoiseries" (publication unknown), undated.

5 9

"The Christian’s Lament," The Detroit Jewish News (reprographic copy), 1977 March.

5 9

"The Crow and the Pitcher" (publication unknown), undated.

5 9

"Day and Night," The Pagan, undated.

5 10

"The Day of Deliverance" (publication unknown), undated.

5 10

"A Dialogue Between Two Candles" (reprographic copy, publication unknown), undated.

5 10

"Earth and Man" (reprographic copy, publication unknown), undated.

5 11

"Emperor T'ang-- Skeptic" (publication unknown), undated.

5 11

"Eternal Flower," The Detroit Jewish News (reprographic copy), 1977 February.

5 11

"Faces and Souls" (publication unknown), undated.

5 12

"Fang To Explains the Futility of Knowledge to a Bookworm" (publication unknown), undated.

5 12

"The Forgetful Owls" (publication unknown), undated.

5 12

"Franklin Delano Roosevelt," The Opinion, 1946 November.

5 12

"Franklin Delano Roosevelt," The Answer, 1945 April.

5 12

"Gold! Gold! Gold!" (reprographic copy, publication unknown), undated.

5 13

"The Greater Flag" (reprographic copy, publication unknown), undated.

5 13

"Greetings from the Ancestors to the Youth of Eretz," The Gates of Zion, 1967 Winter.

5 13

"Hail, Scorn!" (reprographic copy, publication unknown), undated.

5 14

"Hearken All," The Detroit Jewish News (reprographic copy), 1978 July 7.

5 14

"How Then, Is Liberty a Lie?" (reprographic copy, publication unknown), undated.

5 14

"I Bring a Sword," The Detroit Jewish News (reprographic copy), 1977 May .

5 15

"International," The Jewish Review, 1946 February.

5 15

"The International Square Dance," The Jewish Post and Opinion, 1971 November 5.

5 15

"Israel Shall Blossom Again!," The Jewish Forum, 1947 October.

5 15

"The Jay and the Peacock" (publication unknown), undated.

5 16

"The Jug of Dreams" (publication unknown), undated.

5 16

"Ku Hung Refutes His Friend," The Lyric West, undated.

5 16

"Labor Day" (reprographic copy, publication unknown), undated.

5 17

"A Lament," Contemplations (reprographic copy), undated.

5 17

"Lament for the UN," The Detroit Jewish News (reprographic copy), 1977 February.

5 17

"The Law Inexorable," Foundation of Catholics for Human Brotherhood pamphlet, undated.

5 17

"Leopard’s Spots," The Detroit Jewish News (reprographic copy), 1977 February 25.

5 17

"A Lie Is Still a Lie" (reprographic copy, publication unknown), undated.

5 17

"Little Jew of Yesteryear," The Jewish Spectator, 1946 February .

5 17

"Man and Superman" (publication unknown), undated.

5 18

"The Modernist" (publication unknown), undated.

5 18

"The Moth and the Lamp" (publication unknown), undated.

5 18

"My Years," Poetry, 1920 February.

5 18

"The Nazi-Lover," The Gates of Zion, 1954 January.

5 19

"None But the Brave," The Detroit Jewish News (reprographic copy), 1979 January 5.

5 19

"None But the Brave," The Jewish Forum, 1948 May.

5 19

"Nostalgia," The Answer, 1946 June.

5 19

"Not God, But Brother!" (reprographic copy, publication unknown), undated.

5 19

"Nous retournerons chez nous," La Terre Retrouvee (French), 1947 May.

5 19

"A Novel in Twelve Poems," American Monthly, 1927 April.

5 19

"O Alma Mater!" The Searchlight, 1912 August.

5 20

"The Obedient Betrayer" (reprographic copy, publication unknown), 1979 June.

5 20

"The Ocean in Labor," The Smart Set, 1921 March.

5 20

"Ode to Man" (reprographic copy, publication unknown), undated.

5 20

"Ode to Woman" (reprographic copy, publication unknown), undated.

5 20

"Of Men and Ostriches," The Detroit Jewish News(reprographic copy), 1977 April.

5 20

"O Israel," The Detroit Jewish News (reprographic copy), 1976 July.

5 20

"O Lord! We Thank Thee Not" (reprographic copy, publication unknown), undated.

5 20

"One World," The Detroit Jewish News (reprographic copy), 1976 October.

5 20

"One World," American Unity, 1957 May-June.

5 20

"One World," American Jewish Outlook, undated.

5 20

"One World," The People’s Voice, 1946 January 12.

5 20

"Our Dead Selves," American Monthly, 1927 May.

5 20

"Out of the Depths," The Answer, 1945 October-November.

5 20

"Out of the Depths," The Jewish Review , 1945 December.

5 20

"Pensees," The Pagan, 1918 August.

5 21

"Ping Fi Complains Against Misinterpretation" (publication unknown), undated.

5 21

"Prayer" (publication unknown), undated.

5 21

"Prophecy," The Detroit Jewish News (reprographic copy), 1977 January 7.

5 21

"Re-Incarnation" (publication unknown), undated.

5 22

"Resurrection" (publication unknown), undated.

5 22

"The Rose" (publication unknown), undated.

5 22

"The Ruins" (publication unknown), undated.

5 22

"Shalom," Detroit Jewish News (reprographic copy), April 1979 .

5 23

"Shalom," New York Post, 1948.

5 23

"Si mes vers avaient des ailes," Contemplations (French, reprographic copy), undated.

5 23

"The Song of Labor" (reprographic copy, publication unknown), 1917 October 21.

5 23

"The Square Dance Macabre," The Detroit Jewish News (reprographic copy), 1976 April.

5 23

"Sufferance is Not the Badge" (publication unknown), undated.

5 23

"Supplication of the Six Million," The Detroit Jewish News (reprographic copy), 1975 August .

5 23

"The Sword of Justice" (reprographic copy, publication unknown), undated.

5 23

"That We May Live," The Answer, undated.

5 24

"This is Your Day," The Jewish Forum, 1947.

5 24

"This Time," The Opinion, 1946 March .

5 24

"This Time," The Detroit Jewish News (reprographic copy), 1968 May 24.

5 24

"Turning the Cheek," The Stratford Magazine, undated.

5 24

"Two Opinions" (publication unknown), undated.

5 24

"Unto Eternity!" (publication unknown), undated.

5 25

"Vain Seekers" (publication unknown), undated.

5 25

"The Voice of the Earth" (reprographic copy, publication unknown), undated.

5 25

"We and They," Foundation of Catholics for Human Brotherhood pamphlet, undated.

5 26

"We Shall Go Home," The Jewish Review, 1945 October.

5 26

"What Price Justice," New York Post, 1946 November.

5 26

"When I Am Dead" (publication unknown), undated.

5 26

"When the Future Becomes the Present" (reprographic copy, publication unknown), undated.

5 26

"Whither Now?" The Answer, undated.

5 26

"Whither Now?" The St. Louis Jewish Tribune, 1945 October.

5 26

"The Young Empress is Bored," The Lyric West, undated.

5 26

e. Reviews.

Box Folder

Book reviews written by Eldridge (various publications), 1912-1918.

5 27

f. Stories.

Box Folder

"Ah, Memories!" (publication unknown), undated.

5 28

"Art" (publication unknown), undated.

5 28

"The Bars of Liberty," Progressive World, undated.

5 28

"The Bishop Had a Visitor," Progressive World, 1976 January-February.

5 28

"Bobo and Bebe," The Stratford Magazine, undated.

5 28

"The Broken Triangle" (publication unknown), undated.

5 28

"Child of Love," Progressive World, 1975 January-February.

5 29

"The Chinese Doll," The Stratford Magazine, undated.

5 29

"Civilization is a Woman" (publication unknown), undated.

5 29

"The Coffin" (publication unknown), undated.

5 29

"The Comedian's Last Act" (publication unknown), undated.

5 29

"A Comedy of Thoughts" (publication unknown), undated.

5 29

"Conte Giovani Lapini" (publication unknown), undated.

5 29

"Culprit" (publication unknown), undated.

5 29

"Dead Leaves," The Stratford Magazine, undated.

5 30

"Doctor is Right" (publication unknown), undated.

5 30

"Easter Parades," The Jewish Forum, undated.

5 30

"Flesh of the Flesh" (publication unknown), undated.

5 31

"The Forgotten Lyre," The Stratford Magazine, undated.

5 31

"The Fortune Teller," The Guardian, undated.

5 31

"Friends," The Stratford Magazine, undated.

5 31

"The Golden Apple," The Stratford Magazine, undated.

5 31

"He Who Killed Time," The Stratford Magazine, undated.

5 32

"He Who Knew Himself," The Stratford Monthly, undated.

5 32

"He Who Was God," The Stratford Monthly, undated.

5 32

"How to Get Rid of a Woman", undated.

5 32

"How to Save Mankind" (publication unknown), undated.

5 32

"Ideametron," Progressive World, 1976 November-December.

5 32

"Idiots All" (publication unknown), undated.

5 32

"Immortality" (publication unknown), undated.

5 32

"The Ivory Towerist," The Modern Thinker, undated.

5 32

"The Juggernaut Passes On..." (publication unknown), undated.

5 33

"The Kingdom Without God," The Critic and Guide, undated.

5 33

"The Last Creation," Progressive World, undated.

5 34

"Maxims Are Gadflies" (publication unknown), undated.

5 34

"Off the Hook" (publication unknown), undated.

5 35

"Pastels," The Stratford Magazine, undated.

5 35

"Paradise Regained," The Stratford Magazine, undated.

5 35

"Question of Weather" (publication unknown), 1927 July.

6 1

"Resurrection," Progressive World, 1977 March-April.

6 1

"The Revolt of the Ancients," Progressive World, undated.

6 1

"Rewards and Punishments" (publication unknown), undated.

6 1

"The Seasons and Her Ashes" (publication unknown), undated.

6 2

"Shadows," The Wave, 1924 October.

6 2

"The Star," The Stratford Magazine, undated.

6 2

"Tears of Triumph" (publication unknown), undated.

6 2

"Their Dreams," The Stratford Magazine, undated.

6 2

"Time," The Stratford Magazine, undated.

6 2

"Tragi-Comedy," The Reviewer, undated.

6 2

"The Way of a Wife" (publication unknown), undated.

6 3

"The Way of Three Gods with a Maid," Progressive World, 1952 January.

6 3

"The Wolf and the Lamb" (unknown publication), undated.

6 3

g. Stories (German).

Box Folder

Various stories (unidentified titles) published in German newspapers, 1927-1928.

6 4

V. Clippings, 1910-1982.

Box Folder

Advertisements for Eldridge's work (various publications), 1945-1948.

6 5-6

Conte, Margarita (Marguerite), articles about (various newspapers, French and Spanish), 1969-1979.

6 7

Politics and war (various newspapers, French and German), 1924-1974.

6 8

Reviews of Eldridge's work (various publications, various authors), 1920-1938.

6 9-11

Ryan, William F., articles by (various newspapers), 1974-1982.

6 12

Viereck, George Sylvester, articles about and by, 1910-1943.

6 13

VI. Publications containing Eldridge's works, 1917-1979.

a. Dustjackets.

Box Folder

Crown of Empire, publisher: Thomas Yoseloff, 1947.

6 14

Francois Rabelais: The Great Storyteller, publisher: A. S. Barnes (Yoseloff imprint), 1971.

6 14

The Homecoming, publisher: A. S. Barnes (Yoseloff imprint), 1966.

6 14

Madonna with the Cat, publisher: Harbinger House (Yoseloff imprint), 1942.

6 14

Maxims for a Modern Man, publisher: Thomas Yoseloff, 1965.

6 14

Men and Women: Stories of Love, publisher: Ackerman (Yoseloff imprint), 1946.

6 14

Parables of Old Cathay, publisher: A. S. Barnes (Yoseloff imprint), 1969.

6 14

The Second Life of John Stevens, publisher: Thomas Yoseloff, 1960.

6 14

The Tree of Ignorance, publisher: Thomas Yoseloff, 1962.

6 14

Two Lessons in Love: Master of Hearts and Mr. Lowell and the Goddess, publisher: Beechhurst Press (Yoseloff imprint), 1946.

6 14

Vanitas, publisher: The Stratford Company, 1920.

6 14

b. Haldeman-Julius, "Big Blue Books".

Box Folder

Anatole France: Master of Irony and Pity (#893), 1950.

6 15

The Bed Remains (#B-754), 1948.

6 15

Blue Flames (#B-752), 1948.

6 15

Erasmus, the Humanist, Whose Mind Illumined Europe (#910), 1950.

6 15

Flesh of the Flesh (#B-879), 1950.

6 15

Gamblers in Love (#B-509), 1946.

6 16

The Greatest Show on Earth, 1946.

6 16

He Who Loved His Neighbors , 1945.

6 16

How To Get Rid of a Woman (#B-880), 1950.

6 16

The Hudson: The River of Destiny, 1946.

6 17

I Bring a Sword, 1945.

6 17

The Jester's Holiday, 1946.

6 17

The Kingdom Without God (#B-929), 1951.

6 17

Lanterns in the Night, 1945.

6 18

The Last Supper of Marianne, 1945.

6 18

Leaves from the Devil's Tree, 1946.

6 18

A Lesson in Love (#B-512), 1946.

6 18

Lovers' Gifts, 1945.

6 19

Maxims Are Gadflies (#894), 1950.

6 19

Michel de Montaigne: Skeptic and Atheist (#890), 1950.

6 19

Misadventure in Chastity (#B-610), 1947.

6 20

Moon Nets of the Master Spider (#B-705), 1948.

6 20

New York: The Empire State, 1946.

6 20

New York: This Whale of a City, 1946.

6 21

One Night (#B-641), 1947.

6 21

A Popular Author on Reviewers, Publishers and Reading Habits, edited by Jack Woodford, including "An Atheist Looks at Upton Sinclair," by Eldridge, 1950.

6 21

The Professor Goes Adventuring (#B-667), 1948.

7 1

The Story of a Simple Man, 1945.

7 1

The Truth About Phyllis Warren, 1945.

7 1

Virgins, 1945.

7 2

Virtue, Beware! (#B-504), 1946.

7 2

The Way of Men with Maids (#B-505), 1946.

7 2

What Every Woman Wants, 1946.

7 2

The Whip and the Rose (#B-569), 1947.

7 3

Women Ain't No Fools , 1945.

7 3

c. Journals.

American Hebrew and Jewish Tribune.
Box Folder

Vo. 134, No. 15, letter from Eldridge to Viereck, 1934 February 23.

7 4

Vol. 135, No. 7, "George Swastika Viereck," by Eldridge, 1934 June 29.

7 4
The Answer Magazine.
Box Folder

Vol. I, No. 6, "Inevitable Conclusion," by Eldridge, 1943 July 20.

7 5

Vol. II, No. 10, "A Declaration of Human Rights," by Eldridge, 1944 November.

7 5

Vol. III, No. 1, "The Power of Impassioned Desperation," by Eldridge, 1945 January.

7 5

Vol. III, No. 2, "This Is the Season, This Is the Time," by Eldridge, 1945 February.

7 5

Vol. III, No. 3, "Whither Now?" by Eldridge, 1945 March.

7 5

Vol. III, No. 4, "Franklin Delano Roosevelt" and "And There Was Justice," by Eldridge, 1945 April .

7 6

Vol. III, No. 5, "This Time," by Eldridge, 1945 July.

7 6

Vol. III, No. 6, "We Shall Go Home," by Eldridge, 1945 August.

7 6

Vol. III, No. 7, "That We May Live," by Eldridge, 1945 September.

7 7

Vol. III, No. 8-9, "Out of the Depths," by Eldridge, 1945 October-November.

7 7

Vol. III, No. 10, "Fortune Aids the Bold," by Eldridge, 1945 December.

7 7

Special report and review issue, 1946 February.

7 7

Vol. IV, No. 6, "Nostalgia," by Eldridge, 1946 June.

7 7
The Aryan Path.
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Vol. XV, No. 7, "Ends and Sayings," by Eldridge, 1944 July.

7 8

Vol. XVI, No. 9, "What Price Racial Hate?" by Eldridge, 1945 September.

7 8

Vol. XVII, No. 2, "New Wicks for Old Lamps," by Eldridge, 1946 February.

7 8

Vol. XVII, No. 7, "Insecurity-- Thy Name's Liberty," by Eldridge, 1946 July.

7 8
Bitzaron: The Hebrew Monthly of America.
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Vol. XIII, No. 3(75), review of Eldridge's "I Bring a Sword" (Hebrew), 1945 December.

7 9
Bulletin of the New York Public Library.
Box Folder

Vol. 55, No. 5, mention of Eldridge's donation of 32 of his Haldeman-Julius publications to the library, 1951.

7 9
The Critic and Guide.
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Vol. 3, No. 4, letter to the editor by Eldridge, 1949 April.

7 10

Vol. 3, No. 5, letter to the editor by Eldridge, 1949 May.

7 10

Vol. 3, No. 9, paragraph about Eldridge by E. Haldeman-Julius, 1949 September.

7 10

Vol. 3, No. 10, "Maxims Are Gadflies," by Eldridge, 1949 October.

7 11

Vol. 3, No. 11, "Maxims Are Gadflies," by Eldridge, 1949 November.

7 11

Vol. 3, No. 12, "Maxims Are Gadflies," by Eldridge, 1949 December.

7 11

Vol. 4, No. 1, "Maxims Are Gadflies," by Eldridge, 1950 January.

7 12

Vol. 4, No. 2, "Maxims Are Gadflies," by Eldridge, 1950 February.

7 13

Vol. 4, No. 3, "Maxims Are Gadflies," by Eldridge, 1950 March.

7 14

Vol. 4, No. 4, "Maxims Are Gadflies," by Eldridge, 1950 April.

7 15

Vol. 4, No. 5, "An Atheist Looks at Upton Sinclair," by Eldridge, 1950 May.

8 1

Vol. 4, No. 6, "Immortality," by Eldridge, 1950 June.

8 1

Vol. 4, No. 7, "How To Get Rid of a Woman," by Eldridge, 1950 July.

8 2

Vol. 4, No. 8, "Maxims Are Gadflies," by Eldridge, 1950 August.

8 2

Vol. 4, No. 9, "Executions and Physiology," by Eldridge, 1950 September.

8 3

Vol. 4, No. 10, "Ah, Memories!" by Eldridge, 1950 October .

8 3

Vol. 4, No. 11, "Anatole France: Master of Irony and Pity," by Eldridge, 1950 November.

8 4

Vol. 4, No. 12, "Michel de Montaigne: Skeptic and Atheist," by Eldridge, 1950 December.

8 4

Vol. 5, No. 1, "Rewards and Punishments," by Eldridge, 1951 January.

8 5

Vol. 5, No. 2, "The Kingdom Without God," by Eldridge, 1951 February.

8 6

Vol. 5, No. 3, "Erasmus, the Humanist, Whose Mind Illumined Europe," by Eldridge, 1951 March.

8 7

Vol. 5, No. 4, "Michel de Montaigne: Skeptic and Atheist," by Eldridge, 1951 April.

8 8

Vol. 5, No. 5, ""Michel de Montaigne: Skeptic and Atheist," by Eldridge, 1951 May.

8 8

Vol. 5, No. 6, ""Erasmus, the Humanist, Whose Mind Illumined Europe," by Eldridge, 1951 June.

8 9
The Dance Magazine.
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Vol. 7, No. 3, "Punch and Judy," by Eldridge, 1927 January.

8 10
Education.
Box Folder

Vol. 78, No. 5, review of Eldridge's "Crown of Empire", 1958 January.

8 11
Freeland.
Box Folder

Vo. II, No. 5, letter to the editor by Eldridge, 1946 September-October.

8 11
The Gates of Zion.
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Vol. 5, No. 3, "The Sparrow Has Found a House," by Eldridge, 1951 April.

8 12

Vol. 6, No. 4, "Litany of Lies," by Eldridge, 1952 July.

8 12

Vol. 22, No. 2, "Greetings from the Ancestors to the Youth of Eretz," by Eldridge, 1967 Winter.

8 12
The Guardian.
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Vol. I, No. V, "The Fortune Teller," by Eldridge, 1925 March.

8 12
Hadassah Book.
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"Shalom," by Eldridge, 1949.

8 13
The Humanist.
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Vol. IV, No. 4, Winter, "Insecurity-- Thy Name Is Liberty!" by Eldridge, 1945 January.

8 14

Vol. V, No. 2, Summer, "The Law Inexorable," by Eldridge, 1945 June.

8 14

Vol. V, No. 4, Winter, "No Security for the Jew in Christendom," by Eldridge, 1946 January.

8 15

Vol. VI, No. 1, Spring, "Democratic Security for Jews," in answer to Eldridge, 1946 May.

8 15

Vol. VI, No. 2, Summer-Autumn, editorial in response to Eldridge, 1946 July.

8 15

Vol. VI, No. 4, Spring, "What a Man Fears Determines His Character," by Eldridge, 1947 April.

8 15
International Sport and Travel.
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Vol. 1, No. 1, 2nd Edition, review of Eldridge's "My First Two Thousand Years", 1938 February-March.

9 1
The Jewish Book Guild News.
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Vol. VIII, No. 1, Eldridge on editorial advisory board, 1950 April.

9 1

Vol. IX, No. 4, Eldridge on editorial advisory board, 1951 January.

9 1

Vol. IX, No. 6, Eldridge on editorial advisory board, 1951 March.

9 1

Vol. X, No. 1, Eldridge on editorial advisory board, 1951 April.

9 1

Vol. X, No. 2, Eldridge on editorial advisory board, 1951 May.

9 1

Vol. X, No. 3, Eldridge on editorial advisory board, 1951 June.

9 1

Vol. XI, No. 1, Eldridge on editorial advisory board, undated.

9 1

Vol. XI, No. 2, Eldridge on editorial advisory board, undated.

9 1

Vol. XI, No. 4, Eldridge on editorial advisory board, undated.

9 1

Vol. XI, No. 5, Eldridge on editorial advisory board, undated.

9 1

Vol. XIII, No. 8, Eldridge on editorial advisory board, undated.

9 1

Vol. XII, No. 12, Eldridge on editorial advisory board, undated.

9 1

Vol. XIII, No. 3, Eldridge on editorial advisory board, undated.

9 1
The Jewish Forum.
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Vol. XXVIII, No. 9, "We Shall Go Home!" by Eldridge, 1945 September.

9 2

Vol. XXVIII, No.10, "We Reject!" by Eldridge, 1945 October.

9 2

Vol. XXX, No. 7, "We, the Uninvited, Accuse!" by Eldridge, 1947 July.

9 3

Vol. XXX, No. 9, "The Litany of Lies," by Eldridge, 1947 September.

9 3

Vol. XXX, No. 10, "Israel Shall Blossom Again!" by Eldridge, 1947 October.

9 3

Vol. XXXI, No. 1, "On the Day of Deliverance," by Eldridge, 1948 January.

9 4

Vol. XXXI, No. 2, Eldridge mentioned in editor's letter, 1948 February.

9 4

Vol. XXXI, No. 4, "The Wolf and the Lamb," by Eldridge, 1948 April.

9 4

Vol. XXXI, No. 5, "None But the Brave," by Eldridge, 1948 May.

9 4

Vol. XXXI, No. 8, "Lanterns in the Night," by Eldridge, 1948 August.

9 4

Vol. XXXI, No. 9, "Lanterns in the Night," by Eldridge, 1948 September.

9 4

Vol. XXXI, No. 12, "Time and the Teuton," by Eldridge, 1948 December.

9 4

Vol. XXXII, No. 1, "The Devil's Manna," by Eldridge, 1949 January.

9 4

Vol. XXXIII, No. 9, "The Sparrow Has Found a House," by Eldridge, 1950 September.

9 5

Vol. XXXIII, No. 4, "Easter Parades," by Eldridge, 1950 April.

9 5

Vol. XXXIII, No. 8, "The Sick One is Whole Again," by Eldridge, 1950 August.

9 5

Vol. XXXIV, No. 12, "The Sore Rump," by Eldridge, 1951 December.

9 5
The Journal of Sex Education.
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Folder
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Vol. 4, No. 1, discussion of My First 2000 Years, by Eldridge and Viereck, 1951 August-September.

9 6
Magazine Digest.
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Vol. XXVIII, No. 3, "We Must Discard the Scapegoat Complex", 1944 March.

9 6
The Medical Critic and Guide.
Box Folder

Vol. 29, No. 4, mention of "Salome, the Wandering Jewess," by Eldridge and Viereck, 1931 April.

9 6
The Nation.
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Summer issue, mention of "Diary of a New York City High School Teacher," by Eldridge, 1946 August 17.

9 7
New Currents: A Jewish Monthly.
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Vol. II, No. 10, "Sufferance Is Not the Badge," by Eldridge, 1944 December.

9 7
The New Palestine.
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Vol. XXXVI, No. 16, "Fables," by Eldridge, 1946 May 17.

9 7

Vol. XXXVII, No. 10, "Two Fables," by Eldridge, 1947 February 21.

9 7
Opinion.
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Vol. XV, No. 12, "Nostalgia," by Eldridge, 1945 October.

9 8

Vol. XVI, No. 1, "What Price Racial Hate?" by Eldridge, 1945 November.

9 8

Vol. XVI, No. 5, "This Time," by Eldridge, 1946 March.

9 8

Vol. XVI, No. 9, "Fortune Aids the Bold," by Eldridge, 1946 July.

9 8

Vol. XVII, No. 1, "Franklin D. Roosevelt," by Eldridge, 1946 November.

9 8

Vol. XXVI, No. 3, "Partisan 'Objectivity,'" by Eldridge, 1956 March-April.

9 8
Pagan: A Magazine for Eudaemonists.
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Vol. II, No. 6-7, "You Were So Pure," by Eldridge, 1917 October-November.

9 9

Vol. II, No. 8, "Yes-er -- Justice!" by Eldridge, 1917 December.

9 9

Vol. III, No. 9, "The Jest" and "The Moon and the Ocean," by Eldridge, 1918 January.

9 9
Progress Monthly.
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Vol. 1, No. 1, "Progress," by Paul Eldridge, 1946 July.

9 10

Vol. 1, No. 4, "Worst is the Best," by Eldridge, 1947 May.

9 10
Progressive World.
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Vol. II, No. 10, "The Devil's Manna," by Eldridge, 1948 December.

9 11

Vol. II, No. 12, "Progress," by Eldridge, 1949 February.

9 11

Vol. III, No. 3, "God's Farewell," by Eldridge, 1949 May.

9 11

Vol. III, No. 4, "Lanterns," by Eldridge, 1949 June.

9 11

Vol. III, No. 5, "Atheism: The Courage to Live and Die," by Eldridge, 1949 July.

9 11

Vol. III, No. 10, "Litany of Lies," by Eldridge, 1949 December.

9 11

Vol. III, 12, response to Eldridge's "Litany of Lies", 1950 February.

9 12

Vol. IV, No. 3, "Of the Nothing," by Eldridge, 1950 May.

9 12

Vol. IV, No. 8, "Of Gods and Dogmas," by Eldridge, 1950 October.

9 13

Vol. V, No. 1, "What Price Jew in Christendom?" by Eldridge, 1951 March.

9 13

Vol. V, No. 8, "The Bishop Had a Visitor," by Eldridge, 1951 October.

9 13

Vol. 6, No. 1, "The Way of Three Gods with a Maid," by Eldridge, 1952 January.

9 13

Vol. XXVII, No. 12, "The Revolt of the Ancients," by Eldridge, 1974 February.

9 14

Vol. XXXI, No. 5, "Child of Love," by Eldridge, 1975 January-February.

9 14

Vol. XXXIII, No. 1, "The Bishop Had a Visitor," by Eldridge, 1976 January-February.

9 14

Vol. 33, No. 3, "Whores of the World, Unite!" by Eldridge, 1976 May-June.

9 14

Vol. 33, No. 4, "The Last Creation," by Eldridge, 1976 July-August.

9 14

Vol. 34, No. 6, "Ideametron," by Eldridge, 1976 November-December.

9 14

Vol. 34, No. 2, "Resurrection," by Eldridge, 1977 March-April.

9 14
The Protestant.
Box Folder

Vol. V, No. 4, "The Christian's Complex," by Eldridge, 1943 December.

9 15
The Stratford Journal.
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Vol. II, No. 6, "My Thoughts," by Eldridge, 1918 June.

9 16

Vol. V, No. 4, "Two Poems," by Eldridge, 1919 October-December.

9 16
The Stratford Magazine.
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Vol. IV, No. 11, "The Star," by Eldridge, 1929 December.

9 16

d. Newspapers.

The American Freeman.

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Issue number 2068 (issue is torn and missing pages), 1945 January.

9 17

Issue number 2078, letter from Eldridge, 1945 November.

9 17

Issue number 2079, mention of Eldridge's work on page four, 1945 December.

9 17

Issue number 2089, review of Eldridge's work, 1946 October.

9 17

Issue number 2115, review of Eldridge's "Moon Nets of the Master Spider", 1948 December.

9 17

Issue number 2117, "Making Peace with Our Fate," by Eldridge, 1949 February.

9 17

Issue number 2149, Eldridge mentioned on page ten, 1951 October.

9 17
Amerique.
Box Folder

Vol. II, No. 99 (incomplete, French), 1935 August 4.

9 18

Vol. I, No. 54, article about Eldridge (French), 1934 September 23.

9 18
The Answer.
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Section B, "On the Day of Deliverance," by Eldridge, 1944 December 1.

9 18

Special supplement, "A Prayer," by Eldridge, 1944 September 12.

9 18

Vol. V, No. 2, "Pet Lies of Our Civilization," by Eldridge, 1947 January 10.

9 19

Vol. V, No. 3, "The People are Guilty!" by Eldridge, 1947 January 17.

9 19

Vol. V, No. 4, "Dear Friend," by Eldridge, 1947 January 24.

9 19

Vol. V, No. 5, "I Was a Little Nazi," by Eldridge, 1947 January 31.

9 19

Vol. V, No. 6, "Out of the Fool's Paradise," by Eldridge, 1947 February 7.

9 20

Vol. V, No. 7, "To the Heroes of Bergen-Belsen," by Eldridge, 1947 February 14.

9 20

Vol. V, No. 8, "A Letter From Palestine," by Eldridge, 1947 February 21.

9 20

Vol. V, No. 9, "The Hebrew," by Eldridge, 1947 February 28.

9 20

Vol. V, No. 10, "A Call to Impatience!" by Eldridge, 1947 March 7.

9 21

Vol. V, No. 11, "A Letter from Tel Aviv," by Eldridge, 1947 March 14.

9 21

Vol. V, No. 12, "Nothing is a Wonderful Thing," by Eldridge, 1947 March 21.

9 21

Vol. V, No. 13, "This is Your Day!" by Eldridge, 1947 March 28.

9 21

Vol. V, No. 14, "The Devil's Manna," by Eldridge, 1947 April 4.

9 22

Vol. V, No. 15, "In Memoriam: Franklin Delano Roosevelt," by Eldridge, 1947 April 11.

9 22

Vol. V, No. 16, "They Have Mouths But Speak Not," by Eldridge, 1947 April 18.

9 22

Vol. V, No. 17, "A Letter from Palestine," by Eldridge, 1947 April 25.

9 22

Vol. V, No. 18, ""The Will of the 'Wailing Wall,'" by Eldridge, 1947 May 2.

9 23

Vol. V, No. 19, "The Counterfeit Coin," by Eldridge, 1947 May 9.

9 23

Vol. V, No. 20, "We Are Those Who Were Hanged," by Eldridge, 1947 May 16.

9 23

Vol. V, No. 21, "Weep for Justice," by Eldridge, 1947 May 23.

9 23

Vol. V, No. 22, "Ah, How Mighty is Britain!" by Eldridge, 1947 May 30.

9 23

Vol. V, No. 23, "The Nazi Lover Speaketh," by Eldridge, 1947 June 6.

10 1

Vol. V, No. 24, "A Letter to Palestine," by Eldridge, 1947 June 13.

10 1

Vol. V, No. 25, "Lanterns," by Eldridge, 1947 June 20.

10 1

Vol. V, No. 26, "Know Your Enemy!" by Eldridge, 1947 June 27.

10 1

Vol. V, No. 27, "An Open Letter to the Christians of America," by Eldridge, 1947 July 4.

10 2

Vol. V, No. 28, "Eleven Don Quixotes in Search of Adventure," by Eldridge, 1947 July 11.

10 2

Vol. V, No. 29, "The Last Handful," by Eldridge, 1947 July 18.

10 2

Vol. V, No. 30, "Of Mice and Men," by Eldridge, 1947 July 25.

10 2

Vol. V, No. 31, "Twenty Per Cent," by Eldridge, 1947 August 1.

10 3

Vol. V, No. 32, "Enough! Enough!" by Eldridge, 1947 August 8.

10 3

Vol. V, No. 33, "Of Lambs and Tigers," by Eldridge, 1947 August 15.

10 3

Vol. V, No. 34, "Why So Silent America?" by Eldridge, 1947 August 22.

10 3

Vol. V, No. 35, "The Eternal Pattern," by Eldridge, 1947 August 29.

10 3

Vol. V, No. 36, "Beggars Can't Be Choosers," by Eldridge, 1947 September 5.

10 4

Vol. V, No. 37, "Messiah or Fool," by Eldridge, 1947 September 12.

10 4

Vol. V, No. 38, "These Are the People," by Eldridge, 1947 September 19.

10 4

Vol. V, No. 39, "The Jolly Show-- The Battle of Hamburg," by Eldridge, 1947 September 26.

10 4

Vol. V, No. 40, "The Inescapable Solution," by Eldridge, 1947 October 3.

10 5

Vol. V, No. 41, "The Jew Has Come of Age," by Eldridge, 1947 October 10.

10 5

Vol. V, No. 42, "The Fly in the Ointment," by Eldridge, 1947 October 17.

10 5

Vol. V, No. 43, "Redeem Eretz Israel!" by Eldridge, 1947 October 24.

10 5

Vol. V, No. 44, "Lanterns," by Eldridge, 1947 October 31.

10 5

Vol. V, No. 45, "Lanterns," by Eldridge, 1947 November 7.

10 6

Vol. V, No. 46, "The Miracle of Lake Success," by Eldridge, 1947 November 14.

10 6

Vol. V, No. 47, "An Ancient Menace or a New Hope?", 1947 November 21.

10 6

Vol. V, No. 48, "Quack! Quack! Quack!" by Eldridge, 1947 November 28.

10 6

Vol. V, No. 49, "Schnorers Eternal," by Eldridge, 1947 December 5.

10 7

Vol. V, No. 50, "Outgodding the Gods," by Eldridge, 1947 December 12.

10 7

Vol. V, No. 51, "None So Blind," by Eldridge, 1947 December 19.

10 7

Vol. V, No. 52, "Israel Shall Blossom Again," by Eldridge, 1947 December 26.

10 7

Vol. VI, No. 1, "Justice in Her New Look," by Eldridge, 1948 January 2.

10 8

Vol. VI, No. 2, "Time Hangs By a Hair," by Eldridge, 1948 January 9.

10 8

Vol. VI, No. 3, "L-A-N-T-E-R-N-S," by Eldridge, 1948 January 16.

10 8

Vol. VI, No. 4, "What Now, America?' by Eldridge, 1948 January 23.

10 8

Vol. VI, No. 5, "The Last Legend," by Eldridge, 1948 January 30.

10 8

Vol. VI, No. 6, "No More Miracles!" by Eldridge, 1948 February 6.

10 9

Vol. VI, No. 7, "To the Honorable Members of the United Nations," by Eldridge, 1948 February 13.

10 9

Vol. VI, No. 8, "America Face Your Mirror!" by Eldridge, 1948 February 20.

10 9

Vol. VI, No. 9, "A Review of 'The Story of the Jewish Legion,'" by Eldridge, 1948 February 27.

10 9

Vol. VI, No. 10, "Coincidental Becomes a Man," by Eldridge, 1948 March 5.

10 10

Vol. VI, No. 11, "Lament for the United Nations," by Eldridge, 1948 March 12.

10 10

Vol. VI, No. 12, "Of Big Teeth and False Ones," by Eldridge, 1948 March 19.

10 10

Vol. VI, No. 13, "Et Tu, Brute!" by Eldridge, 1948 March 26.

10 10

Vol. VI, No. 14, "The Great Betrayal," by Eldridge, 1948 April 2.

10 11

Vol. VI, No. 15, "The International Square Dance," by Eldridge, 1948 April 9.

10 11

Vol. VI, No. 16, "The Supplication of the Six Million," by Eldridge, 1948 April 16.

10 11

Vol. VI, No. 17, "American Cousins, Weavers of Futile Dreams," by Eldridge, 1948 April 23.

10 11

Vol. VI, No. 18, "Eretz Israel Warns," by Eldridge, 1948 April 30.

10 11

Vol. VI, No. 19, "Children of the Storm," by Eldridge, 1948 May 7.

10 12

Vol. VI, No. 20, "Blessed Are They Who Quarrel," by Eldridge, 1948 May 14.

10 12

Vol. VI, No. 21, "A Prophecy," by Eldridge, 1948 May 21.

10 12

Vol. VI, No. 22, "Trembler, Stop Chattering!" by Eldridge, 1948 May 28.

10 12

Vol. VI, No. 23, "Suicide in Hades," by Eldridge, 1948 June 4.

10 13

Vol. VI, No. 24, "The Moving Finger Writes..." by Eldridge, 1948 June 11.

10 13

Vol. VI, No. 25, "Holy Is That Holy Does," by Eldridge, 1948 June 18.

10 13

Vol. VI, No. 26, "Birds of a Feather..." by Eldridge, 1948 June 25.

10 13

Vol. VI, No. 27, "At the Sign of the Double Cross," by Eldridge, 1948 July 2.

10 14

Vol. VI, No. 28, "Lion Into Dog," by Eldridge, 1948 July 9.

10 14

Vol. VI, No. 29, "Of Weavers, Loopholers and an Apprentice," by Eldridge, 1948 July 16.

10 14

Vol. VI, No. 30, "Jews Are Also People," by Eldridge, 1948 July 23.

10 14

Vol. VI, No. 31, "The Arithmetic of Time," by Eldridge, 1948 July 30.

10 14

Vol. VI, No. 32, "From a Claw You May Know the Lion," by Eldridge, 1948 August 6.

10 15

Vol. VI, No. 33, "Where the Tree Has Its Roots," by Eldridge, 1948 August 13.

10 15

Vol. VI, No. 34, "Know Thy Chaff," by Eldridge, 1948 August 20.

10 15

Vol. VI, No. 35, "Competitor to Crocodile," by Eldridge, 1948 August 27.

10 15

Vol. VI, No. 36, "The Rule of the Trough and the Stable," by Eldridge, 1948 September 3.

10 16

Vol. VI, No. 37, "History is No Man's Fool," by Eldridge (includes handwritten note by Eldridge stating that there was no edition of The Answer on September 10), 1948 September 15 (corrected to September 17 by Eldridge).

10 16

Vol. VI, No. 38, "Crime and Punishment," by Eldridge, 1948 September 24.

10 16

Vol. VI, No. 39, "Pottage or Birthright?" by Eldridge, 1948 October 1.

10 17

Vol. VI, No. 40, "The Birth of a Nation," by Eldridge (includes handwritten note by Eldridge stating that there was no edition of The Answer on October 8), 1948 October 15.

10 17

Vol. VI, No. 41, "Inventory," by Eldridge, 1948 October 22.

10 17

Vol. VI, No. 42, "What Path, Israel?" by Eldridge, 1948 October 29.

10 17

Vol. VI, No. 43, "Israel's Answer to the Big Father," by Eldridge, 1948 November 5.

10 17

Vol. VI, No. 45, "Shalom," by Eldridge, 1948 December 17.

10 17
The Jewish News.
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Vol. LIII, No. 8, "Greetings From Their Ancestors to the Children of Israel," by Eldridge, 1968 May 10.

10 18

Vol. LIII, No. 10, "This Time," by Eldridge, 1968 May 24.

10 18
The Jewish Post.
Box Folder

Vol. 13, No. 15, "Out of the Depths," by Eldridge, 1945 October 5.

10 19
The Jewish Review.
Box Folder

Vol. 8, No. 19, "The Wolf and the Lamb," by Eldridge, 1945 November 8.

10 20

Vol. 8, No. 21, "The Emissary," by Eldridge, 1945 November 22.

10 20

Vol. 8, No. 23, "Don Quixote," by Eldridge, 1945 December 6.

10 20

Vol. 8, No. 25, "There is a Time For Love-- And a Time to Hate," by Eldridge, 1945 December 20.

10 20

Vol. 8, No. 28, "Double-Faced Thomases," by Eldridge, 1946 January 10.

10 21

Vol. 8, No. 30, "Nevermore," by Eldridge, 1946 January 24.

10 21

Vol. 8, No. 31, "And the Vicious Circle Turns," by Eldridge, 1946 January 31.

10 21

Vol. 8, No. 33, "We Reject," by Eldridge, 1946 February 14.

10 21
Panorama.
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Number two, "The Sage-- A Fable," by Eldridge, 1933 November.

10 22

Number five, open letter to George Sylvester Viereck, 1934 February.

10 22

Number six, "Arrows in the Air," by Eldridge, 1934 March.

10 23

Number nine, "George Swastika Viereck," by Eldridge, 1934 June.

10 23

Volume one, number eleven, "Arrows in the Air," by Eldridge, 1934 August.

10 24

Volume two, number fourteen, review of Eldridge's work, 1934 November.

10 24

VII. Original artwork, undated.

a. A. Barr/A. Barreto.
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Untitled ("The ancient poet explains...", pen illustration of figure in surreal landscape, signed "A. Barr"), undated.

10 25

Untitled ("Ping Chi Longs to Be...", pen illustration of figure in surreal landscape, signed "A. Barreto"), undated.

10 25
b. Harry Fowler.
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Untitled ("Humanity," pen illustration of woman with head in her hands), undated.

10 26

Untitled ("Life Beyond Life," pen illustration of a scarecrow), undated.

10 26

Untitled (pen illustration of a ruined landscape), undated.

10 26

Untitled (pen illustration of the letter I in front of the planet Earth), undated.

10 26
c. R.F.M. Wawra.
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Untitled (pencil study of nude woman holding apple), circa 1931.

10 27

VIII. Publications by others, 1904-1981.

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American Atheist: The Journal of Atheist News and Thought, 1979 January.

10 28

B'Nai Shalom Magazine, 1973 January.

10 28

"Devils, Drugs and Doctors," by Howard H. Haggard, MD (parts 11, 12, 13, 14, 15, 19, 20, and 21), 1931.

10 29

Free Inquiry, article by William F. Ryan, 1981 Summer.

10 29

Gedichte by George Sylvester Viereck (German), 1904.

10 30

Guia Sentimental de Mallorca by Gabriel Alomar (Spanish/Catalan), undated.

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The Mark Twain Journal (inscribed to Eldridge by editor Cyril Clemens), 1974-1975 Winter.

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Men Into Beasts by George Sylvester Viereck, 1952.

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My Second 25 Years by E. Haldeman-Julius, 1949.

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The New Leader (pages torn), 1946 November 16.

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Novelas Ejemplares by Miguel de Cervantes Saavedra, 1962 .

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Questions and Answers by E. Haldeman-Julius, 1946.

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Unidentified book about Constantin Brâncuși (cover missing), undated.

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IX. Personal and family material, 1909-1982.

a. Address books and datebooks.
Box Folder

Dime Savings Bank of Williamsburgh datebook, with Eldridge quote printed on April 17, 1965 April.

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1964.

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1965-1966.

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Two volumes, 1969.

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undated.

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b. Banking and identification cards.
Box Folder

Banking statements, various, 1982 January-February.

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Checks, various, 1947-1982.

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Identification cards, including health insurance, selective service, Board of Education, Association of Retired Teachers, etc.), 1939-1980.

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c. Certificates and notices.
Box Folder

Death notice, New York Times, 1982 July 28.

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Marriage certificate (reprographic copy), 1913 June 23.

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Naturalization certificate, United States (reprographic copy), 1922 February 16.

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Notice to Sylvia Eldridge (Sylvette De La Mar) from Paul Eldridge to be opened after Paul's death ("For S. when P. can no longer take care"), undated.

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d. Interview of Paul Eldridge.
Box Folder

Interview conducted by Vivienne Horton, on VHS (restricted), 1977 April 1.

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e. Photographs.
Box Folder

Various photographs of Paul and Sylvia Eldridge and family, 1909-1963.

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f. Scrapbooks of reviews and writings.
Box Folder

Burgundy scrapbook (broken spine), 1927 May-1977 March.

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Gray scrapbook, 1920 September-1933 May.

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Green scrapbook, 1912 May-1946 November.

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Navy blue scrapbook (broken spine), 1941 May-1950 December.

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Red scrapbook, 1928 September-1948 May.

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g. Sylvette De La Mar papers (also known as Sylvia Eldridge, Sylvia Reiss, Sylvia Rice).
Box Folder

Dust jacket for Jews with the Cross, by Sylvette De Lamar, published by Rae D. Henkle, 1932.

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Letter from editor Louis Rittenberg ( American Hebrew and  The Jewish Tribune) regarding publication of "The Snake in the Garden of Eden", 1933 January 14.

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Letter from publisher Rae D. Henkle to Sylvette De La Mar regarding publication of Jews with the Cross, 1932 January 19.

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Newspaper clippings regarding World War II, theater and musical performances in Philadelphia and New York City, etc.), 1945-1966.

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Performance programs and piano certificate, 1920-1942.

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Writings (manuscripts and typescripts, various), undated.

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Writings (published, newspaper and journal clippings), 1926-1941.

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h. Travel memorabilia.
Box Folder

Memorabilia (maps, travel guides, notes) from Las Palmas and Tenerife, Canary Islands, Spain, 1950-1952.

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