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Waldo Frank papers

Ms. Coll. 823

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Summary Information

Repository:
University of Pennsylvania: Kislak Center for Special Collections, Rare Books and Manuscripts
Creator:
Frank, Waldo David, 1889-1967
Title:
Waldo Frank papers
Date [inclusive]:
1879-1977
Call Number:
Ms. Coll. 823
Extent:
63 linear feet (132 Boxes, 1 Oversized Folder)
Language:
English
Language Note:
Primarily in English with Spanish and French. There is some Portuguese, German, and Russian.
Abstract:
The papers document the literary career and the personal and professional life of twentieth-century American novelist and writer Waldo David Frank. Comprising correspondence, writings, publicity, writings by others, memorabilia, photographs, scrapbooks, and clippings spanning from 1879 to 1977, the collection contains 132 boxes and 3565 folders. The correspondence documents Frank's personal and professional relationships with writers, editors, artists, friends, and family. Letters from friendships with other writers and artists such as Jean Toomer, Sherwood Anderson, Alfred Stieglitz, Lewis Mumford, Van Wyck Brooks, and Hart Crane document congenial collaborations, sharing of ideas, and disagreements. The writings contain his notebooks, major works, articles, essays, and early writings tracing Frank's works and ideas of society and culture with psychological and social themes of man and his environment. Frank's passion for the culture and study of Spain, Latin America, and Mexico is apparent in correspondence and his research, preserved through notes and photographs of South America and Mexico. Letters and photographs display Frank's relationships with family members, his wives (Margaret Naumburg, Alma Magoon Frank, and Jean Klempner Frank) and his children. The materials in this collection divulge not only the writings of Waldo Frank, but the struggles of the writer and his encounters with himself and society as he seeks his vision of truth in the world. He was courageous in the face of his critics and his political enemies even when experiencing both written and physical attacks. Even though Frank claimed he was an outsider he was embraced by the people and cultures he championed and studied. Although largely forgotten by the end of his lifetime, his correspondence, writings, and ideas remain, providing insight into literary circles, political ideas, and historical events in the United States and Latin America during the early- to mid-twentieth century.
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Biography/History

1889 Waldo David Frank was born on 25 August to Julius J. and Helene Rosenberg Frank in Long Branch, New Jersey. He was the youngest of four children. He had one brother Joseph Julius, born 1884, and two sisters, Edna, born 1885 and Enid, born 1888.

1901 Waldo Frank traveled to England with his mother Helene Rosenberg Frank. Wrote his first journal.

1902-1906 Waldo Frank attend DeWitt Clinton High School in New York, but did not receive a diploma because he refused to take a Shakespeare course.

1907-1907 Waldo Frank graduated from a private preparatory school in Lausanne, Switzerland.

1907-1911 Frank attended Yale University, receiving a bachelor of arts and master's degree. In the summer of 1911 Frank journeyed to Wyoming and Montana where he stayed on ranches. His journey is recorded in a photograph album with handwritten notes.

1911-1912 Waldo Frank worked as a reporter for the  New York Evening Post and  New York Times. Frank's manuscript  The Spirit of Modern French Letters was accepted by Yale University Press, but Frank withdrew it from publication.

1913 Frank traveled to Paris where he stayed from February to September. He studied Sigmund Freud, Friedrich Nietzsche, and Baruch Spinoza.

1914-1915 Frank lived in Greenwich Village, New York writing plays and short stories. He began dating Margaret Naumburg at this time. His first stories are published in  Smart Set.

1916 Establishes the literary magazine, Seven Arts, with co-editor Van Wyck Brooks. In December Frank marries Margaret Naumburg pioneer in art therapy and founder of the Walden School.

1917 Frank's first novel  The Unwelcome Man, is published in January. In June he registers for the World War I draft as a pacifist. In September Frank becomes ill. Meanwhile the  Seven Arts suspends publication in October.

1918 Frank travels the United States and journeys through the Midwest, Southwest and spends the summer in Carmel as he researches for  Our America. The  Art of the Vieux Colombier is published.

1919  Our America is published. From November to December Frank was in Kansas where he worked for the Ellsworth, Kansas  County Leader and served as an organizer for the Non-Partisan League.

1920 Journeyed through the South with Jean Toomer. On a second tour of the South in November with Margaret Naumburg Frank was in New Orleans and Alabama.  The Dark Mother was published in December.

1921 Frank toured France and Spain and returned in late October.

1922 Thomas Frank was born in May.  Rehab was published.  City Block was published independently by Frank. In August Frank traveled to South Carolina.

1923 In November to early 1924, Frank traveled to Algeria and Spain, where he met Alfonso Reyes and other Spanish literati.  Holiday was published.

1924 In March  Salvos, a collection of essays was published. Margaret Naumburg living in Reno, Nevada from February to September. Frank met Alma Magoon.  Chalk Face was published in October.

1925 Began to write a series of profiles for the  New Yorker under the pseudonym Search-light. In November Frank was named as a contributing editor to the  New Republic.

1926 Frank is divorced from Margaret Naumburg. In March  Virgin Spain is published. Frank was named a contributing editor to  New Masses. Hart Crane and Waldo Frank traveled to Isle of Pines in Cuba. Journeyed to Eastern Europe and Palestine with Adolph S. Oko.

1927 In Paris, Frank married Alma Magoon in March. Frank lectured on modern art at the New School for Social Research in New York. From December to September 1928, "Re-discovery of America" is serialized in the  New Republic.

1928 Frank went to Hollywood, California and visited Charlie Chaplain.

1929 In March Frank's play  New Year's Eve and  Re-discovery of America are published. In late June Frank went on a lecture tour of the following Latin American countries, Mexico, Argentina, Bolivia, Peru, Cuba, Chile, Colombia, Brazil and Uruguay. In December Frank was awarded an honorary degree by Universidad Nacional de San Marco, Lima.

1930 Frank's Latin American lectures entitled  Primer mensaje a la América Hispana are published in Madrid. In May Waldo and Alma's daughter Michal is born.

1931 In May Waldo's father Julius J. Frank died. In September Frank's daughter Deborah is born. From August to November Frank toured Scandinavia and the U.S.S.R. and was a speaker at a meeting of Friends of the Soviet Union.

1932 In February Frank as head of committee of writers aided striking miners in Tennessee and Kentucky. On February 10 Frank, while taking supplies to striking miners, was assaulted and expelled from Harlan County, Kentucky. Frank headed a delegation of writers from the National Committee for the Defense of Political Prisoners to protest the treatment of bonus marchers in Washington.  Dawn of Russia was published.

1933 Frank buys a home and property in Truro, Massachusetts.

1934 Frank traveled to Chile, Brazil, and Argentina and visited Victoria Ocampo.  The Death and Birth of David Markand was published. Frank lectured on the East Coast. Frank was co-editor and contributor to  America and Alfred Stieglitz.

1935 In June Frank address the American Writers' Congress and was elected first chairman of the organization, League of American Writers. He traveled to Paris where his was a delegate at the meeting of the International Congress of Writers in Defense of Culture.

1936 Frank resigned as chairman of the League of American writers. He joined a committee of writers, supported and traveled with Communist Party presidential candidate Earl Browder. In September Frank was arrested with Browder in Terre Haute, Indiana.

1937 Traveled to Mexico where he was a delegate and speaker for the Congress of Revolutionary Writers and Artists of Mexico in Mexico City. While in Mexico Frank went on a lecture tour and met with Leon Trotsky.  In the American Jungle was published. Left the United States and lived in Europe.

1938 Lived in London and developed a friendship with Richard Rees. Traveled Europe and Spain.  The Bridegroom Cometh was published.

1939 Frank was a invited guest by the Mexcian government from May to June. He toured southern Mexico with president Lázaro Cárdenas.

1940 Frank resigned as contributing editor of the  New Republic along with Lewis Mumford.  Chart for Rough Water is published.

1941  Summer Never Ends is published. Lectures in Ann Arbor, Michigan. Frank's mother Helene Rosenberg Frank died.

1942 Revised edition of  Virgin Spain published in April. From April to September Frank is in Latin America for a lecture tour. On August 1 Frank is declared persona non grata by the Argentine government. He is assaulted by fascists in Buenos Aires on August 2 and hospitalized. In the Fall of 1942 Frank corresponds to Jean Klempner and writing  South American Journey.

1943  South American Journey is published in May. Frank and Alma Magoon Frank are divorced in and Frank married Jean Klempner in Reno.

1944  The Jew in Our Day is published.

1946  Island in the Atlantic is published.

1947 Jonathan is born to Waldo and Jean Klempner Frank. Waldo Frank goes on a lecture tour across the United States.

1948-1949  The Invaders is published. Frank traveled to Puerto Rico and South America. The Venezuelan government commissioned Frank to perform research for a biography of Símon Bólivar. The government was overthrown before the research was completed. In 1949 Frank was named an honorary professor by Central University of Ecuador.

1951  Birth of a World: Bolivar in Terms of his Peoples was published.

1952 Frank was elected to membership in the National Institute of Arts and Letters.

1953 In May Timothy was born to Jean Klempner and Waldo Frank, and  Not Heaven was published. Gabriela Mistral visited Waldo Frank.

1954 Waldo Frank began a syndicated series of essays for Latin American periodicals entitled Voz de America.

1956 Waldo Frank journeyed to Jerusalem, Israel.

1957 From March to April Frank traveled to Mexico, Central America and Bogatá.  Bridgehead: The Drama of Israel was published in June.

1958  Rediscovery of Man is published. Frank began writing his autobiography.

1959 Frank traveled to Europe, Mexico, and Cuba. In Cuba Frank met with artists, saw the community and met with Fidel Castro.

1960 Resigned as contributor to Voz de America because of his pro-Castro poistion.

1961  Cuba: Prophetic Island is published.

1962-1967 Waldo Frank continues writing his autobiography and other works. On January 9, 1967 Waldo Frank died in White Plains, New York.

Scope and Contents

The Waldo Frank Papers span the years from 1879 to 1977, comprising the documents of a prolific twentieth-century American novelist and writer who has largely faded into obscurity. This collection reveals the professional and personal life of Waldo Frank through a variety of materials. Frank was a critic of society and culture, writing of the psychological and social themes of man and his environment, while analyzing the self and searching for a cosmic unity. Frank described himself "as an outsider--yearning, struggling to get in. Into my home, into my own home, into N.Y. of the people, into France (later Spain), into literary America, into the Revolution (the People). I've never succeeded--whence the growing stress and importance of "into the Cosmos." Waldo Frank's papers contain 132 boxes and 3565 folders housing correspondence, writings, publicity, writings by others, memorabilia, photographs, scrapbooks, and clippings. The primary language in the collection is English, however there is a large amount of correspondence and writings in Spanish, particularly Spanish translations of Frank's works. There is correspondence in French and some material in Portuguese, German, Czechoslovakian, and Russian.

Some early aspects of Waldo Frank's life are well-documented. For example, there is early family correspondence and writings dating from 1898. There are early writings by Waldo Frank and essays he wrote while at Yale University. His first notebook dating from 1901 was given to Waldo Frank as a gift from his grandmother in 1900. Also through correspondence and notebooks we learn of his early travels and his time in France in 1913. Additionally, there is correspondence between his parents Julius J. and Helene Rosenberg Frank beginning in 1879, that includes courtship letters and later correspondence. A familial history of the Rosenberg's was written by Helene Rosenberg Frank, translated from German by her cousin and later transcribed. Furthermore, there is some early correspondence from Waldo Frank's siblings.

The largest series in the collection is correspondence containing approximately 1500 correspondents. These letters reveal Waldo Frank's professional life, family life, and friendships. Early letters with writers dating from 1915 to 1917 document the creation of Seven Arts literary magazine. Frank's friendship with other writers, like Sherwood Anderson, record discussions of germinating novels. Readers can experience Frank's life-long friendships with Alfred Stieglitz, Lewis Mumford, and Van Wyck Brooks that include congenial collaborations, sharing of ideas, and disagreements. The letters in the papers also record his friendships with Hart Crane, Adolf S. Oko, and Jean Toomer, among others. Some of the letters from writers or aspiring writers contain original poetry, such as the letters from Hart Crane. Also, early friendships with women are disclosed through letters, such as those with Kathryn Snider Cornell dating from 1909 to 1917.

His passion for the culture and study of Spain, Latin America, and Mexico is evidenced in correspondence with prominent writers and politicians. The correspondence also records his travels through North America, Europe, and South America. One learns of his support of Communism in the 1930s during the revolution in Spain. There is extensive correspondence with founder of SUR magazine Victoria Ocampo. Letters with domestic and foreign publishers document Frank's professional life. There are letters with Alfonso Reyes, Leon-Felipe, Gabriela Mistral, and numerous other Latin American writers, scholars and some politicians. When Frank visited Mexico in 1937 he toured some of the country with President Lázaro Cárdenas and there is some correspondence and a photograph with Cardenas. There is a third section of correspondence that gathers responses to the early August attack on Waldo Frank by a Fascist sect in Argentina.

The section of family correspondence discloses his relationships with his wives Margaret Naumburg, Alma Magoon Frank, and Jean Klempner Frank. The letters reveal not only the relationships between Frank and his wives, but provide a record of his travels and domestic affairs. There is also correspondence with his parents, siblings (including his sister Edna who died in 1908), and his children, most extensively with eldest child Thomas Frank.

The writings series comprises the second series of the papers. Waldo Frank's notebooks span from 1900 to 1966 and disclose his thoughts, ideas, travels, notes, studies, etc. The major works section is arranged alphabetically. However, there is not a manuscript for every work Frank has written. The manuscript of his autobiography which he began in 1958 is unfinished. One galley proof with amendments from Rediscovery of America the has been preserved. There are many articles and essays, chiefly political or philosophical in theme. They are in handwritten, typescript, and/or manuscript form. Early articles from the 1920s were chiefly in  The New Yorker, written under the pseudonym Search-light, and in  McCall's magazine, where Frank wrote articles for the arts section. Articles regularly appeared in  The Nation and  The New Republic. A serialized version of "Rediscovery of America" appeared in the  The New Republic in 1927. Frank wrote articles and essays for a syndicated series entitled Voz de America from 1954 to 1960. The articles for the series were written in English and then translated to Spanish. Some of the articles in the collection are lacking in one or the other language.

Waldo Frank's early writings of short stories and poems are part of the papers and range in date from 1898 to 1913. Other sections of Frank's writings include plays and poems. Early writings are arranged chiefly in chronological order while the plays are arranged by title.

The publicity series encompasses reviews of Frank's works arranged by the book's title. There are flyers, brochures, and other promotional materials for books and lectures arranged by date. There are some contracts for lectures in this section. There are a few contracts for Frank's books that follow letters from Frank's publishers in the general correspondence section.

A small section of material, entitled Writings By Others, contains chiefly articles written about Frank.

The memorabilia series in the Waldo Frank papers has items by Helene Rosenberg Frank including her familial history. His tributes to his parents include a printed essay on the occasion of Julius J. Frank's 70th birthday and his mother's eulogy. There are also postcards, dinner menus, and travel documents saved by Waldo Frank. This section is small in size. Although he received awards, certificates, and honorary degrees there are very few in the collection.

Photographs are mainly family snapshots and publicity photographs of Waldo Frank. There are a few early images of Frank taken by Alfred Stieglitz at Lake George, New York in circa 1921. Some childhood photographs of Waldo Frank are in the collection. There are family photographs, but curiously there are no images of his weddings. Some of Waldo Frank's trips are documented through images. In 1911 Frank spent the summer in Wyoming and Montana and he created an album of the journey with handwritten captions. There are small snapshots of Waldo Frank and Hart Crane at Isle of Pines, Cuba in 1926. There are some photographs of his journeys to South America with images of Victoria Ocampo and Eduard Mallea in the 1930s and 1940s. Research photographs for Franks' works include archaeological sites in South America and Mexico. Late images from 1959 include Frank's trip to Cuba and his meeting with Fidel Castro.

Early scrapbooks contain clippings of Frank's early writings and were created by Waldo Frank. There are five scrapbooks made by Frank documenting his early published articles from 1911, early reviews of his works, and a two-volume scrapbook titled "Hispano-American Adventure" from Frank's trip to Mexico in 1929. Some scrapbooks were made by others as keepsakes of travels and events. For example, there is a scrapbook created by Alfonso Reyes with a note to Frank on the cover. Some of the scrapbooks are extremely fragile and cannot be used by the public. These items have a note in the finding aid.

The last series in the papers are newspaper and magazine clippings. They span the active life of Waldo Frank, dating from 1911 through 1967. The clippings are of Frank's travels, lecture tours, and major events. For instance, one event well documented in the clippings is Waldo Frank's involvement with striking miners in Harlan County, Kentucky in 1932.

The materials in this collection divulge not only the writings of Waldo Frank, but the struggles of the writer and his encounters with himself and society as he seeks his vision of truth in the world. One learns of Frank's curiosity of Hispanic cultures, from his research and writings about Spain and Latin America. He was courageous in the face of his critics and his political enemies even when experiencing both written and physical attacks. Even though Frank claimed he was an outsider he was embraced by the people and cultures he championed and studied. Although largely forgotten by the end of his lifetime, his correspondence, writings, and ideas remain, lending insight into literary circles, political ideas, and historical events in the United States and Latin America during several decades of the twentieth century.

Works Consulted

Waldo Frank Papers, Kislak Center for Speical Collections, Rare Books and Manuscripts, University of Pennsylvania.

Frank, Waldo David Memiors of Waldo Frank. ed. by Alan Trachtenberg, Amherst: Mass., University of Massachusetts Press, 1973.

Carter, Paul J., Waldo Frank.New York: Twayne Publishers, Inc., 1967.

Ogorzaly, Michael A., Waldo Frank: Prophet of Hispanic Regeneration. Lewisberg, Penn.: Bucknell University Press, 1994.

Administrative Information

Publication Information

University of Pennsylvania: Kislak Center for Special Collections, Rare Books and Manuscripts,  2014 April 30

Finding Aid Author

Finding aid prepared by Donna Brandolisio

Access Restrictions

This collection is open for research use, however there are some materials that are fragile and restricted from use.

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 Waldo David Frank, 1965, with later additions by Jean Klempner Frank

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Related Materials

Related Archival Materials note

Rare Book and Manuscript Library, University of Pennsylvania: Margaret Naumburg Papers, Ms. Coll. 294

Rare Book and Manuscript Library, University of Pennsylvania: Lewis Mumford Papers, Ms. Coll. 2

Rare Book and Manuscript Library, University of Pennsylvania: Van Wyck Brooks Papers, Ms. Coll. 650

The Newberry Library, Chicago: Sherwood Anderson Papers

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Controlled Access Headings

Corporate Name(s)
  • Aguilar, S. A. de Ediciones.
  • Boni & Liveright.
  • Charles Scribner's Sons.
  • Duell, Sloan & Pearce.
  • Editorial Losada.
  • Houghton Mifflin Company.
  • Jewish Agency for Palestine.
  • League of American Writers.
  • Literary and Theatrical Agency of the syndicate of Czech Authors.
  • Nation.
  • New Century Fellowship.
  • New Republic.
  • New York Times Company.
Form/Genre(s)
  • Clippings (information artifacts)
  • Contracts
  • Correspondence
  • Diaries
  • Manuscripts, American--20th century
  • Notebooks
  • Photographs
  • Poems
  • Scrapbooks
  • Typescripts
Geographic Name(s)
  • United States--Intellectual life--20th century
Personal Name(s)
  • Anderson, Sherwood, 1876-1941
  • Baekeland, Brooks
  • Barnet, Aimée
  • Barney, Charles G.
  • Bazalgette, Léon, 1873-1928
  • Benardete, M. J. (Maír José), 1895-
  • Bittner, William, 1921-1977
  • Bloch, Ernest, 1880-1959
  • Boussinesq, Hélène
  • Broch, Hermann, 1886-1951
  • Brooks, Van Wyck, 1886-1963
  • Brousseau, Jule
  • Caplan, Debrorah Frank, 1931-
  • Carnevali, Emanuel
  • Clurman, Harold, 1901-
  • Copeau, Jacques, 1879-1949
  • Cornell, Kathryn Snider
  • Cox, Mary Hodge
  • Crane, Hart, 1899-1932
  • Cuevas de Vera, Tota
  • Cárdenas, Lázaro, 1895-1970
  • Dahlberg, Edward, 1900-1977
  • Dana, Marion
  • Espinoza, Enrique, 1898-1987
  • Frank, Alma Magoon, 1898-
  • Frank, Helene Rosenberg
  • Frank, Jean Klempner
  • Frank, Julius J., 1852-
  • Frank, Michal, 1931-
  • Frank, Thomas, 1922-
  • Gide, André, 1869-1951
  • Hart Dávalos, Armando
  • Hartley, Marsden, 1871-1943
  • Hennecke, Hans
  • Iznaga, Alcides
  • Klein, George S., (George Stuart), 1917-1971
  • Klyce, Scudder, 1879-1933
  • Kurti, Kitty
  • Larrea, Juan
  • Lawrence, D. H. (David Herbert), 1885-1930
  • Lecuna, Vicente, 1870-1954
  • Léon-Felipe, 1884-1968
  • Mallea, Eduardo, 1903-1982
  • Malraux, André, 1901-1976
  • Marinello, Juan, 1898-1977
  • Maritain, Jacques, 1882-1973
  • Martin, William A.
  • Matthews, E. de P., (Elva de Pue)
  • Maurín, Joaquín, 1897-1973
  • McCourt, Edna Wahlert
  • McKerr-Kaston, M. H. de Rohan
  • Mishnun-Hardman, Virginia
  • Mistral, Gabriela, 1889-1957
  • Mumford, Lewis, 1895-1990
  • Munson, Gorham Bert, 1896-1969
  • Muste, Abraham John, 1885-1967
  • Naruse, Seiichi, 1892-1936
  • Naumburg, Margaret, b. 1890
  • Niebuhr, Reinhold, 1892-1971
  • Norman, Dorothy, 1905-1997
  • O'Keeffe, Georgia, 1887-1986
  • Ocampo, Victoria, 1890-1979
  • Odets, Clifford, 1906-1963
  • Oko, Adolph S. (Adolph Sigmund), 1883-1944
  • Oko, Dorothy Kuhn
  • Oliver, Maria Rosa, 1898-1977
  • Olson, Charles, 1910-1970
  • Openhym, Wilfred A.
  • Oppenheim, James, 1882-1932
  • Ornstein, Leo, 1892-2002
  • Porset, Clara, 1895-1981
  • Pratt, Julia Follensbee
  • Rees, Richard, 1900-
  • Reyes, Alfonso, 1889-1959
  • Rolland, Romain, 1866-1944
  • Rosenfeld, Paul, 1890-1946
  • Rougemont, Simone de
  • Salvatierra, Manolo A.
  • Sanín, Cano Baldomero, 1861-1957
  • Scott, Evelyn, 1893-1963
  • Seidenberg, Roderick, 1889-1974
  • Smith, Anthony Wayne
  • Staininger, Otto
  • Stieglitz, Alfred, 1864-1946
  • Sánchez, Luis Alberto, 1900-1994
  • Tighe, Margot
  • Toomer, Jean, 1894-1967
  • Whipple, Edward
  • Willingham, John R.
  • Wilson, Edmund, 1895-1972
  • Young, Ladine, 1906-
Subject(s)
  • American literature
  • American literature--Latin American influences
  • American literature--Spanish influences
  • Authors
  • Authors, American--20th century
  • Literature

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Collection Inventory

I. Correspondence.

Arrangement note

The correspondence series is divided into three subseries. The first is General Correspondence and is arranged alphabetically by correspondent. The second is Family Correspondence and contains letters of the Frank family. The letters are arranged alphabetically by writer/family member with correspondence to the family member following. The third and final series contains the correspondence Waldo Frank received after being attacked in Argentina by a Fascist group on 2 August 1942. The letters are arranged alphabetically by correspondent.

A. General correspondence.

Box Folder

Agence Littéraire Internationale, 1930. 2 items (2 leaves).

1 1

Agostini, Victor (1908-), 1960. 1 item (1 leaf).

1 2

Aguilar, Enrique, 1941. 4 items (4 leaves).

1 3

Aguilar, Rébecca A. de, 1966. 1 item (1 leaf).

1 4

Aguilar, S. A. de Ediciones, includes a contract and contains some correspondence from Waldo Frank, 1951-1967. 41 items (45 leaves).

1 5

Alberini, Coriolano, 1927-1929. 3 items (7 leaves).

1 6

Alberti, Rafael (1902-1999), 1935. 3 items (3 leaves).

1 7

Alberto, Luis, contains one item written by Waldo Frank, 1930-1959. 5 items (6 leaves).

1 8

Albornoz, Miguel, Secretary General, delegation of Ecuador, United Nations, 1949-1951. 7 items (8 leaves).

1 9

Alcázar, Ricardo de, circa 1929. 3 items (3 leaves).

1 9A

Alegría, Ciro (1909-1967), 1942. 1 item (2 leaves).

1 10

Alexander, F. Matthias (Frederick Matthias) (1869-1955), contains one item written by Waldo Frank, 1916-1943. 11 items (13 leaves).

1 11

Alfred A. Knopf, Inc., correspondence from Knopf, Alfred A. (1892-1984) and Cameron, Angus (Donald Angus), 1952-1965. 11 items (12 leaves).

1 12

Allen, Ben, 1913-1916. 2 items (3 leaves).

1 13

Allen, Fran, 1912. 1 item (2 leaves).

1 14

Allen, Gay Wilson (1903-1995), 1955. 1 item (1 leaf).

1 15

Allen, Jay (1900-), 1940. 1 item (1 leaf).

1 16

Alsberg, Henry G. (Henry Garfield), (1881-1970), regarding Edward Dahlberg, Alsberg was director of the Federal Writer's Project, 1938. 1 item (2 leaves).

1 17

Alvarez del Vayo, Julio (1891-), contains one item written by Waldo Frank, 1936-1960. 4 items (4 leaves).

1 18

America-Israel Society, 1956. 1 item (1 leaf).

1 19

American Civil Liberties Union, regarding the publication of Cuba, a prophetic island, published by Beacon Press, containing a letter to the Unitarian Universalist Association by Patrick Malin Murphy on behalf of the ACLU, 1961. 2 items (5 leaves).

1 20

American Committee for Emigré Scholars, Writers, and Artists, Inc., contains one letter to Hermann Broch, 1948. 3 items (4 leaves).

1 21

American Committee of Jewish Writers, Artists, and Scientists, 1948. 2 items (2 leaves).

1 22

American Friends Service Committee, 1950. 1 item (1 leaf).

1 23

American Hebrew, contains three items written by Waldo Frank, 1944-1945. 5 items (5 leaves).

1 24

American International College, concerning Waldo Frank's lecture to the College Club, 1945. 3 items (3 leaves).

1 25

American Jewish Committee, Joseph M. Proskauer, president, see also correspondence with Proskauer, 1943-1946. 6 items (10 leaves).

1 26

American Mercury, John William Tebbel, managing editor, 1941. 3 items (3 leaves).

1 27

American Museum of Natural History, letter from George Clapp Vaillant, contains one item written by Waldo Frank, 1941. 2 items (3 leaves).

1 28

American Philosophical Society, Luther Pfahler Eisenhart, executive officer, regarding a grant for Re-Discovery of Man, 1950. 1 item (2 leaves).

1 29

American Play Company, contains a letter to T. R. Smith from Everybody's magazine, 1916. 3 items (4 leaves).

1 30

American Student Union, 1937. 1 item (1 leaf).

1 31

American Writers' Union, 1937. 1 item (1 leaf).

1 32

Ames, Florence Mann, 1958. 1 item (1 leaf).

1 33

Ames, Russell, 1940s. 1 item (3 leaves).

1 34

Ames, Winthrop (1870-1937), Little Theatre, New York, N.Y. concerning Waldo Frank's submission of plays, 1913-1914. 3 items (4 leaves).

1 35

Amir, Shimeon, Legación de Israel, Mexico, 1957. 1 item (1 leaf).

1 36

AMS Press, correspondence to Jean Frank regarding reprints of Waldo Frank's work, 1971. 3 items (3 leaves).

1 37

Anáis, Antonio, circa 1955. 1 item (1 leaf).

1 38

Anderson, Eleanor Copenhaver, died 1985, wife of Sherwood Anderson, one letter written in 1968 is addressed to Jean Frank, circa 1941-1968. 3 items (3 leaves).

1 39

Anderson, Sherwood (1876-1941), concerning Anderson's short stories, his novel Winesburg, Ohio, poems, and friendship with Waldo Frank, 1916-1939. 136 items (322 leaves).

1-2 40-53

Andreach, Robert J., 1963. 1 item (1 leaf).

2 54

A. N. Marquis & Company, 1956. 1 item (1 leaf).

2 55

Ansermet, Ernest (1883-1969), 1921. 1 item (1 leaf).

2 56

Anti-Nazi Federation of New York, letter from Waldo Frank concerning the Olympics in Germany, 1935. 1 item (1 leaf).

2 57

Antique Galleries, Boston, Massachusetts, 1949. 1 item (1 leaf).

2 58

Aragon (1897-1982), circa 1921. 2 items (2 leaves).

2 59

Aragón, Emilia, 1953. 1 item (1 leaf).

2 60

Araquistain, Luis (1886-1959), 1921-1957. 8 items (8 leaves).

2 61

Arce, Magda, 1942-1952. 4 items (6 leaves).

2 62

Arenal, Angélica, 1960-1962. 2 items (3 leaves).

2 63

Arendt, Hannah (1906-1975), 1946. 2 items (3 leaves).

2 64

Armstrong, Hamilton Fish (1893-1973), editor, American quarterly review, 1939-1941. 3 items (3 leaves).

2 65

Armstrong, R. F., 1954. 1 item (3 leaves).

2 66

Arráiz, Antonio, (1903-1962), editor, El Nacional, 1951-1953. 3 items (4 leaves).

2 67

Aske, Stephen, literary agent, 1938. 1 item (1 leaf).

2 68

Asociación Cultural Argentina para Defensa y Superción de Mayo "ASCUA", Carlos Alberto Erro, president, 1953. 1 item (1 leaf).

2 69

Asociacion Cultural de Occidente, 1942. 2 items (2 leaves).

2 70

Asociacion Interprofesional de Trabajadores Republica del Ecuador, 1953. 1 item (1 leaf).

2 71

Associated Hospital Service of New York, 1952. 2 items (6 leaves).

2 72

Atlantic Monthly, letters from editors, Edward Weeks (1898-1989) and Charles W. Morton (1899-1967), 1927-1941. 3 items (4 leaves).

2 73

Authors' League of America, see Charles Scribner's Sons, 1929-1958. 4 items (5 leaves).

2 74

Azuela, Mariano (1873-1952), 1929-1932. 6 items (6 leaves).

2 75

Bach, Monique, 1961. 1 item (1 leaf).

2 76

Bacon, Leonard (1887-1954), 1940. 3 items (4 leaves).

2 77

Badanes, Jerome, circa 1961. 1 item (2 leaves).

2 78

Baekeland, Brooks, includes an original poem by Baekeland, 1951-1958. 23 items (48 leaves).

2 79

Baker, John (1931 Dec. 21-), regarding Baker's book on Hart Crane, 1963. 3 items (3 leaves).

2 80

Baker, R. M. G., 1962. 2 items (2 leaves).

2 81

Balch, Albert S., Balch Autograph Collection, 1935. 1 item (1 leaf).

2 82

Baldwin, Roger N. (Roger Nash), (1884-1981), 1937. 1 item (1 leaf).

2 83

Banler, Jim, 1960. 1 item (2 leaves).

2 84

Banes, Leonard, circa 1954. 1 item (1 leaf).

2 85

Barbusse, Henri (1873-1935), 1934. 2 items (2 leaves).

2 86

Barce, Ramón, 1962. 1 item (1 leaf).

2 87

Barnet, Aimée, love letters to Waldo Frank, includes a photograph of Barnet and two letters from Waldo Frank, 1912-1913. 39 items (113 leaves).

2 88-92

Barnett, R. F., 1948. 1 item (1 leaf).

2 93

Barnett, Steven, autograph collector, 1966. 1 item (1 leaf).

2 94

Barney, Charles G., "Fox", circa 1912-circa 1914. 44 items (66 leaves).

2 95-98

Barr, Stringfellow (1897-), president, St. John's College (Annapolis, Maryland), 1940. 2 items (2 leaves).

3 99

Barrios, Gonzalo, concerning travel and contract for Waldo Frank's book on Símon Bólivar, includes letters from Waldo Frank, 1948. 8 items (12 leaves).

3 100

Bartsch, Hans, 1917. 1 item (1 leaf).

3 101

Basarde, Jorge (1903-1980), 1931-1932. 2 items (2 leaves).

3 102

Bason, H., circa 1954. 1 item (1 leaf).

3 103

Baton Films, S. A., Andrés Vicente Gómez, producer, 1968. 1 item (1 leaf).

3 104

Bayerischer Jungendring, 1948. 1 item (1 leaf).

3 105

Bazalgette, Léon (1873-1928), 1921-1928. 12 items (24 leaves).

3 106

Beach, Sylvia, 1921. 1 item (1 leaf).

3 107

Beacon Press, concerning Cuba, a prophetic Island, see also the American Civil Liberties Union, 1961. 2 items (2 leaves).

3 108

Bean, Hope Wescott, includes typescript of a poem, 1960. 1 item (8 leaves).

3 109

Beck de Ramberga, Guido Benedito (1885-1958), 1945. 1 item (1 leaf).

3 110

Beck, Warren, 1964. 1 item (1 leaf).

3 111

Beers, Henry A. (Henry Augustin), (1847-1926), critiques of Waldo Frank's work, 1912. 4 items (5 leaves).

3 112

Bellamy, John E., 1950. 1 item (1 leaf).

3 113

Benardete, Doris, 1944. 4 items (4 leaves).

3 114

Benardete, M. J. (Maír José), (1895-), 1926-1978. 69 items (87 leaves).

3 115-118

Benardete, Paula Ovadiade, 1948-1962. 4 items (13 leaves).

3 119

Benedict, Libby, 1931. 1 item (2 leaves).

3 120

Bénet, William Rose (1886-1960), concerning a short story by Waldo Frank, 1916. 2 items (2 leaves).

3 121

Bennett, James V. (James Van Benschoten) (1894-1978), director, United States Bureau of Prisons, concerning Morton Sobell, 1954. 2 items (2 leaves).

3 122

Benson, Carl, 1953. 1 item (1 leaf).

3 123

Bentley, Alys E. (Alys Eliza), (1868-1951), circa 1920. 1 item (2 leaves).

3 124

Benton, Mary Lathrop, 1940. 1 item (1 leaf).

3 125

Beresford, J. D. (John Davys) (1873-1947), contributor to the Seven arts, 1916-1918. 11 items (14 leaves).

3 126

Berger, Hilda, 1952-1962. 2 items (2 leaves).

3 127

Berler, Beatrice, 1964. 1 item (1 leaf).

3 128

Bernard Grasset Éditeur, 1928. 4 items (6 leaves).

3 129

Bernays, Edward L. (1891-1995), 1964. 1 item (1 leaf).

3 130

Berne, Stanley (1923-), regarding Berne's writing, one letter signed by Berne's wife Arlene Zekowski, 1953-1955. 9 items (9 leaves).

3 131

Betancourt, Rómulo (1908-1981), 1950. 1 item (2 leaves).

3 132

Beteta, Ignacio M., 1938. 1 item (1 leaf).

3 133

Biddle, Francis (1886-1968), 1952-1966. 14 items (18 leaves).

3 134

Biddle, George (1885-1973), contains, four items addressed to Jean Frank, 1942-1971. 12 items (12 leaves).

3 135

Biennale di Venezia, 1954. 2 items (2 leaves).

3 136

Binder, James K., 1955. 1 item (2 leaves).

3 137

Bittner, William (1921-1977), 1952-1962. 170 items (200 leaves).

3 138-143

Black, Dora W., circa 1916. 1 item (1 leaf).

4 144

Black, L. Glenn, 1942. 1 item (2 leaves).

4 145

Blaine, Nancy, 1943. 1 item (1 leaf).

4 146

Blake, Donald H., 1954. 1 item (8 leaves).

4 147

Blanchard, John F., 1963. 1 item (1 leaf).

4 148

Blanchard, Leslie, 1954. 1 item (2 leaves).

4 149

Blanco-Fombona, Rufino (1874-1944), 1929-1932. 2 items (2 leaves).

4 150

Bliss, Robert Woods (1875-1962), United States Embassy, Argentina, 1929-1935. 5 items (6 leaves).

4 151

Bloch, Emanuel H., attorney for Julius and Ethel Rosenberg, 1952. 2 items (2 leaves).

4 152

Bloch, Ernest (1880-1959), includes a handwritten manuscript by Bloch entitled "L'art et la vie", 1917-1957. 24 items (41 leaves).

4 153-154

Bloch, Ivan (1905-), son of composer Ernest Bloch and Marguerite Bloch, 1925. 1 item (1 leaf).

4 155

Bloch, Jean Richard (1884-1947), 1925-1939. 15 items (21 leaves).

4 156

Bloch, Lucienne (1909-1999), muralist and daughter of composer Ernest Bloch and Margurite Bloch, 1936. 1 item (1 leaf).

4 157

Bloch, Marguerite (d. 1963), circa 1922-1959. 2 items (5 leaves).

4 158

Bloch, Suzanne (1907-2002), daughter of composer Ernest Bloch and Margurite Bloch, 1963-circa 1966. 2 items (2 leaves).

4 159

Bloomberg, Wilfred, 1964. 1 item (1 leaf).

4 160

B'nai B'rith Hillel Foundation at Brooklyn College, director Herman Pollack (1907-), 1945. 3 items (3 leaves).

4 161

B'nai B'rith Hillel Foundation at Tufts and Simmons Colleges, 1945. 1 item (2 leaves).

4 162

B'nai B'rith Hillel Foundation (City University of New York), 1957. 3 items (3 leaves).

4 163

B'nai B'rith Hillel Foundation (University of Chicago), 1946. 1 item (1 leaf).

4 164

B'nai B'rith Hillel Foundation (University of Michigan), 1940. 3 items (3 leaves).

4 165

Boardman, Elizabeth, 1950. 1 item (2 leaves).

4 166

Boillod, ?, circa 1929. 2 items (2 leaves).

4 167

Bolivia. Embajada (U.S.), 1942. 1 item (1 leaf).

4 168

Bollingen Foundation, applications for funding, concerning Juan Larrea, and the other for Waldo Frank's Re-Discovery of man, correspondence with president, John D. Barrett (1903-1981), 1951-1964. 17 items (24 leaves).

4 169

Bompiani (Firm), correspondence from Valentino Bompiani (1898-). 3 items (3 leaves).

4 170

Bond Wheelwright Company, 1955. 1 item (1 leaf).

4 171

Boni & Liveright, professional and personal correspondence with Horace Brisban Liveright (1886-1933), concern Frank's novels, City block and Chalk face, 1922-1933. 25 items (30 leaves).

4 172

Booth, Frederick, writer, circa 1921-1922. 6 items (12 leaves).

4 173

Borges, Jorge Luis (1899-1986), 1946. 1 item (1 leaf).

4 174

Boston University, 1943. 1 item (1 leaf).

4 175

Boulton, Alfredo, 1949-1951. 10 items (13 leaves).

4 176

Bourguignon, Georges, 1952-1954. 3 items (3 leaves).

4 177

Bourke, Paul, 1963. 2 items (2 leaves).

4 178

Bourke-White, Margaret (1904-1971), 1940. 2 items (2 leaves).

4 179

Bourne, Randolph Sillman (1886-1918), 1917. 1 item (1 leaf).

4 180

Boussinesq, Hélène, contains one letter from Albert Camus dated November 27, 1952, contains some correspondence from Waldo Frank, 1942-1966. 92 items (117 leaves).

4 181-185

Bowers, Claude Gernade (1879-1958), circa 1933-1939. 1 item (1 leaf).

4 186

Boyd, Ernest, 1924. 1 item (1 leaf).

4 187

Boyden, Polly, circa 1961-1964. 3 items (4 leaves).

4 188

Boyer, Charles (1899-1978), 1962. 1 item (1 leaf).

4 189

Boyle, Kay (1902-1992), contains a three-page typescript of Boyle's "The new emigration", 1954-1961. 3 items (3 leaves).

4 190

Bradley, Sam, 1966. 1 item (1 leaf).

4 191

Brady, William A. (1863-1950), 1913. 1 item (1 leaf).

4 192

Brameld, Theodore (1904-1987), 1960. 2 items (3 leaves).

4 193

Brandt & Brandt, 1927. 1 item (1 leaf).

4 194

Brandt, Carl, concerning the serialization of Holiday, circa 1924. 1 item (2 leaves).

4 195

Braude, Jacob Morton (1896-), 1954. 1 item (1 leaf).

4 196

Braude, William G. (William Gordon), (1907-1988), 1944-1962. 20 items (21 leaves).

4 197

Braveman, Sarah, 1966. 1 item (1 leaf).

4 198

Brazil Ministério das Relações Exteriores, 1942. 1 item (3 leaves).

4 199

Brietner, Carl, 1942. 3 items (4 leaves).

4 200

Brenes Mesén, Roberto (1874-1947), 1931. 4 items (5 leaves).

4 201

Brenman-Gibson, Margaret, concerning a biography of Clifford Odets, 1963-1965. 3 items (4 leaves).

4 202

Brennan, Ray, 1960. 1 item (1 leaf).

4 203

Brenner, Anita (1905-1974), 1929-1946. 5 items (5 leaves).

4 204

Briggs, Cyril, one letter from Waldo Frank, 1934. 1 item (1 leaf).

4 205

Broch, Hermann (1886-1951), contains a letter from Otto Zoff (1890-1963) to Broch, contains one item from Waldo Frank, 1945-1951. 28 items (28 leaves).

4 206

Broderick, Thomas, 1954. 1 item (1 leaf).

4 207

Brooks, Gladys, 1966. 1 item (1 leaf).

5 208

Brooks, Peter, 1966. 1 item (2 leaves).

5 209

Brooks, Van Wyck (1886-1963), 1917-1962. 106 items (126 leaves).

5 210-215

Brousseau, Jule, circa 1930-1958. 131 items (211 leaves).

5 216-222

Browder, Earl (1891-1973), 1934-1936. 2 items (2 leaves).

5 223

Brown, Florence MacDonald, 1940. 1 item (2 leaves).

5 224

Broz, Perry (1922-), contains one photograph of Broz and a typescript, 1951-1952. 3 items (5 leaves).

5 225

Brugmans, Linette F. (Linette Fisher), concerning André Gide, 1959-1967. 6 items (6 leaves).

5 226

Brunori, Nicola, 1962. 1 item (1 leaf).

5 227

Bry, Doris, contains four small photographs, regarding Alfred Stieglitz, 1952. 1 item (4 leaves).

5 228

Bryant, Louise, 1924. 1 item (2 leaves).

5 229

Burke, Kenneth (1897-1993), 1922-1934. 9 items (17 leaves).

5 230

Burrow, Trigant (1875-1950), 1928. 1 item (2 leaves).

5 231

Butler, Hazel E., regarding a manuscript about Edgar Allan Poe, 1938-1939. 5 items (10 leaves).

5 232

B. W. Huebsch (Firm), 1914. 1 item (1 leaf).

5 233

Byerly, William E., 1955. 1 item (1leaf).

5 234

Cabell, James Branch (1879-1958), contains one letter by Waldo Frank, 1917. 2 items (2 leaves).

5 235

Cabrera, Carlos, 1959. 1 item (1 leaf).

5 236

Cairns, Huntington (1904-1985), contains a letter to Francis Biddle, concerning the Bollingen's Foundation, 1952-1958. 8 items (8 leaves).

5 237

Caldwell, Erskine (1903-1987), 1940. 1 item (1 leaf).

5 238

Calverton, V. F. (Victor Francis), (1900-1940), concerning letters by Sidney Hook from the 1930s, contains correspondence from Waldo Frank. 8 items (13 leaves).

5 239

Cameron, Angus (Donald Angus), concerning Morton Sobell, includes correspondence from Waldo Frank, 1955. 4 items (7 leaves).

5 240

Campbell, Sandy, 1954. 1 item (1 leaf).

5 241

Camprubí de Jiménez, Zenobia, 1924. 1 item (1 leaf).

5 242

Camus, Albert (1913-1960), 1946-1957. 12 items (14 leaves).

5 243

Canal Feijóo, Bernardo (1897-1982), 1942. 1 item (1 leaf).

5 244

Cañas Montalva, Ramón (1896-), 1942. 1 item (7 leaves).

5 245

Canby, Henry Seidel (1878-1961), contains two letters from Waldo Frank, 1934. 3 items (4 leaves).

5 246

Cane, Florence (1882-1952), sister of Margaret Naumburg, 1914-1915. 3 items (7 leaves).

5 247

Cane, Melville (1879-1980), contains one letter from Henry Holt and Company, 1915-1919. 3 items (3 leaves).

5 248

Cannon, Poppy, 1963. 1 item (1 leaf).

5 249

Cape & Vineyard Electric Company, 1959. 1 item (2 leaves).

5 250

Cárdenas, Lázaro (1895-1970), president of Mexico (1934-1940), 1937-1967. 36 items (40 leaves).

5 251-252

Carlson, Eric W., 1965. 1 item (1 leaf).

5 253

Carnevali, Emanuel, contains typescripts of poems by Carnevali, see Folder 410, Mitchell Dawson regarding Carnevali, 1918-1922. 21 items (57 leaves).

6 254-255

Carolan, Anne B., director of the Woodstock Museum of Art (Woodstock, N.Y.), 1955. 1 item (1 leaf).

6 256

Carpentier, Pierre, 1948. 2 items (2 leaves).

6 257

Carr, Albert H. Z., husband of Anne K. Carr, 1959-1964. 4 items (5 leaves).

6 258

Carrière, Jean (1928-2005), 1952. 1 item (2 leaves).

6 259

Carril, Adelina del (1889-1967), 1932-1934. 2 items (9 leaves).

6 260

Carruthers, Ben F., editor of Venezuela newsletter, 1948. 2 items (2 leaves).

6 261

Carter, Paul J., two letters addressed to Jean Frank, 1963-1968. 19 items (19 leaves).

6 262

Cartwright, Charles W., commercial photographer, 1960. 3 items (3 leaves).

6 263

Casa de la Cultura Ecuatoriana, vice president Jaramillo Alvarado, 1949. 2 items (2 leaves).

6 264

Casa de las Américas, correspondence from Roberto Fernández Retamar, 1965. 3 items (4 leaves).

6 265

Casselberry, Horace, no date. 1 item (1 leaf).

6 266

Casson, Jean, 1936-1938. 4 items (4 leaves).

6 267

Castillo Njera, Francisco (1886-), 1940. 1 item (1 leaf).

6 268

Castro Leal, Antonio (1895-1981), 1929. 1 item (3 leaves).

6 269

Castro, Américo (1885-1972), 1942-1951. 4 items (4 leaves).

6 270

Catlin, M. B., 1931. 1 item (2 leaves).

6 270-A

Centro de Derecho y Ciencias Sociales, 1956. 1 item (1 leaf).

6 271

Centro Estudiantes de ingeniería (Buenos Aires, Argentina), 1942. 1 item (2 leaves).

6 272

Century Magazine, William Rose Benét, assistant editor, 1914-1916. 4 items (5 leaves).

6 273

Chacón Calvo, José Maria (1893-1969), 1941. 1 item (1 leaf).

6 274

Chamberlain, John (1903-1995), 1929-1952. 4 items (5 leaves).

6 275

Chapin, Katherine Garrison (1890-1977), 1950s. 2 items (3 leaves).

6 276

Chaplin, Charlie (1889-1977), 1959. 2 items (2 leaves).

6 277

Chaplin, Oona, 1943. 3 items (3 leaves).

6 278

Chapman, Arnold, 1953-1966. 8 items (10 leaves).

6 279

Chapman, Emmanuel, 1944-circa 1948. 7 items (9 leaves).

6 280

Charles Scribner's Sons, contains two letters by Waldo Frank, chiefly correspondence with Maxwell E. Perkins (1884-1947), 1928-1960. 63 items (67 leaves).

6 281-283

Chávez, Carlos (1899-1978), 1956. 1 item (1 leaf).

6 284

Chermayeff, Barbara, 1967. 1 item (1 leaf).

6 285

Chermayeff, Serge (1900-1996), circa 1963. 1 item (1 leaf).

6 286

Chetham, William H., 1954. 1 item (2 leaves).

6 287

Chicago Workers' Theatre, 1933. 1 item (2 leaves).

6 288

Chile. Embajada (U.S.), 1963. 1 item (2 leaves).

6 289

Chile. President (1964-1970, Frei Montalva), contains one letter from Waldo Frank, 1966. 2 items (3 leaves).

6 290

Chinese People's Association for Cultural Relations with Foreign Countries, 1958-1959. 3 items (4 leaves).

6 291

Chocano, Eduardo A., 1942. 1 item (1 leaf).

6 292

Christensen, C. B. (Clement Byrne), (1911-), 1958-1959. 5 items (5 leaves).

6 293

Circulo de Periodistas de Guayas, 1949. 1 item (1 leaf).

6 294

Clayson, Fred, 1954. 1 item (1 leaf).

6 295

Clemens, Cyril, (1902-), 1937-1966. 3 items (4 leaves).

6 296

Clurman, Harold, (1901-), 1927-1959. 93 items (149 leaves).

6 297-303

Codesido, Julia (1883-1979), 1930-1936. 4 items (4 leaves).

6 304

Cole, Albert Lincoln, 1954. 1 item (2 leaves).

6 305

Colebaugh, Charles, 1942. 2 items (2 leaves).

6 306

Colebrook, Joan, 1940s. 9 items (12 leaves).

6 307

Coley Taylor, Inc., publishers, 1955. 1 item (1 leaf).

6 308

Colin, Paul (1890-1943), 1923. 3 items (3 leaves).

6 309

Colmo, Alfredo (1878-1934), 1929-1930. 2 items (3 leaves).

6 310

Colorado, Antonio J., 1948. 1 item (3 leaves).

6 311

Comfort, Ann Lovington, 1929. 1 item (1 leaf).

6 312

Commentary, a Jewish review, contains correspondence from Elliot E. Cohen and Clement Greenberg for Commentary, 1946. 5 items (5 leaves).

7 313

Commission on Synagogue Activities, 1941. 1 item (1 leaf).

7 314

Committee for a Democratic Spain, Waldo Frank, chairman, correspondence with Freda Kirchwey, 1964-1966. 3 items (4 leaves).

7 315

Committee for Non-Violent Action, 1965. 3 items (7 leaves).

7 316

Committee for Studies in Honor of M. J. Benardete, 1965. 2 items (2 leaves).

7 317

Committee on Art Education (New York, N.Y.), sponsored by the Museum of Modern Art, Victor D'Amico, chairman, 1947-1955. 4 items (4 leaves).

7 318

Committee to Secure Justice for Morton Sobell, 1955. 2 items (4 leaves).

7 319

Common, Jack, 1953. 1 item (1 leaf).

7 320

Common Sense, 1942. 3 items (3 leaves).

7 321

Commweal, regarding a review of Virgin Spain, on letter from Waldo Frank, 1926. 2 items (4 leaves).

7 322

Communist Party of the United States of America. Central Committee. Literature Division, 1932. 1 item (1 leaf).

7 323

Community Church of Boston, 1962. 1 item (1 leaf).

7 324

Compañia General de Ediciones, S.A., 1957-1959. 3 items (3 leaves).

7 325

Compañia Ibero-americana de publicaciones, 1931. 1 item (2 leaves).

7 326

Compañia Shell de Venezuela, 1957. 1 item (1 leaf).

7 327

Compañias Publicatarias Unidas de Perú, 1942. 1 item (1 leaf).

7 328

Comprendre, Revue de la Société Européenne de Culture, 1953. 2 items (3 leaves).

7 329

Condé Nast Publications, inc., 1924. 1 item (1 leaf).

7 330

Conference Board of Associated Research Councils. Committee on International Exchange of Persons, 1957. 1 item (1 leaf).

7 331

Conferencia Latinoamericana sobre la Situación de los Judiós en Unión Soviética (1963: Rio de Janerio, Brazil), 1963. 3 items (3 leaves).

7 332

Congregation Keneseth Israel (Allentown, Pennsylvania), 1945. 1 item (1 leaf).

7 333

Congress for Cultural Freedom, 1957. 1 item (1 leaf).

7 334

Congresso Continental de Cultura (1953: Santiago, Chile), 1953. 2 items (3 leaves).

7 335

Connolly, Cyril (1903-1974), 1946. 1 item (1 leaf).

7 336

Conrad, Lawrence H. (Lawrence Henry), (1898-), 1933-1936. 2 items (3 leaves).

7 337

Consejo Nacional de Planificación Económica (Guatemala), 1957. 4 items (4 leaves).

7 338

Contempo, contains one letter from Waldo Frank, 1932. 1 item (2 leaves).

7 339

Contemporary Jewish Record, 1945. 2 items (3 leaves).

7 340

Coomaraswamy, Ananda Kentish (1877-1947), 1917. 2 items (2 leaves).

7 341

Copeau, Jacques (1879-1949), circa 1916-1945. 23 items (27 items).

7 342-343

Copland, Aaron (1900-1990), 1959. 2 items (2 leaves).

7 344

Cordingly, A. R., 1953. 1 item (1 leaf).

7 345

Córdova, Roberto, 1939. 1 item (1 leaf).

7 346

Cornell, Katharine (1893-1974), 1925. 1 item (1 leaf).

7 347

Cornell, Kathryn Snider, 1909-1917. 60 items (170 leaves).

7-8 348-356

Cosmopolitan, 1914. 1 item (1 leaf).

8 357

Cotnam, Jacques, correspondence with Jean Frank, 1 item written by Jean Frank, 1969. 2 items (2 leaves).

8 358

Cowley, Malcolm (1898-1989), see also the New republic, contains two items written by Waldo Frank, 1924-1946. 12 items (24 leaves).

8 359

Cowley, W. H. (William Harold), (1899-), 1941. 1 item (1 leaf).

8 360

Cox, Mary Hodge, see her thesis about Waldo Frank's novels, contains one item written by Waldo Frank, 1941-1947. 37 items (77 leaves).

8 361-363

Crane, Grace Hart, regarding Hart Crane, 1932-1942. 14 items (27 leaves).

8 364

Crane, Hart, (1899-1932), includes poems by Crane, photographs, 1922-1931. 58 items (89 leaves).

8 365-368

Crawford, S. Peak, 1922. 1 item (3 leaves).

8 369

Crean, Jane S., 1940. 1 item (2 leaves).

8 370

Crespo de la Serna, Jorge J., 1937-1960. 13 items (18 leaves).

8 371

Cripps, Isobel (1891-1979), 1938. 1 item (2 leaves).

8 372

Cripps, Stafford, Sir (1889-1952), contains one item written by Waldo Frank, 1938-1940. 7 items (9 leaves).

8 373

Crocker, Harry (1893-1958), regarding Charlie Chaplain and filming City lights, 1929. 2 items (2 leaves).

8 374

Croly, Herbert David (1869-1930), 1925-1929. 13 items (16 leaves).

8 375

Crown Publishers, 1965-1966. 6 items (6 leaves).

8 376

Cuadernos Americanos, 1943. 1 item (1 leaf).

8 377

Cuba. Ministerio de Educación, Armando Hart Dávalos, 1961. 2 items (2 leaves).

8 378

Cuba. Misión Permanente de Cuba ante Naciones Unidas, 1960-1962. 4 items (4 leaves).

8 379

Cubillas, Juan Oscar, Peruvian journalist, 1942. 2 items (2 leaves).

8 380

Cuevas de Vera, Tota, 1941-1956. 22 items (37 leaves).

8 381-382

Cuisenier, André (1886-1974), 1930. 1 item (1 leaf).

8 383

Cummings, Philip H. (1906-1991), 1943. 1 item (1 leaf).

8 384

Cupit, Aarón, 1942. 3 items (3 leaves).

8 385

Current biography, 1940. 1 item (1 leaf).

8 386

Curtis Brown Ltd., regarding the translation of Frank's novels, 1931-1932. 6 items (6 leaves).

8 387

Czechoslovak Theatrical & Literary Agency, 1947-1950. 4 items (6 leaves).

8 388

D. Van Nostrand Company, includes a contract, 1928. 1 item (3 leaves).

8 389

Dahlberg, Edward (1900-1977), includes discussion and criticism of Frank's work, 1934-1954. 49 items (66 leaves).

8 390-391

Dahlberg, Rosa, late 1930s- early 1940s. 8 items (20 leaves).

8 392

Daily Worker, one letter written by Waldo Frank, 1935. 1 item (1 leaf).

9 393

Daisy-Lesser, Inc., contains one item written by Waldto Frank, 1955-1956. 2 items (2 leaves).

9 394

Dakers, Andrew Herbert (1887-), 1940. 1 item (1 leaf).

9 395

Dana, Harry, 1918-1941. 4 items (4 leaves).

9 396

Dana, Marion, includes poems by Dana, principal, Junior-Senior High School, Waitsfield, Vermont, 1915-1923. 71 items (129 leaves).

9 397-401

Danhurst, Donald, 1966. 1 item (3 leaves).

9 402

Daniels, Josephus (1862-1948), United States Ambassador to Mexico, 1937-1939, 1939. 3 items (6 leaves).

9 403

Dartmouth College. Council on Student Organizations, 1939. 1 item (1 leaf).

9 404

Dartmouth College. Lecture Committee, 1939-1940. 3 items (3 leaves).

9 405

Dasté, Marie-Hélène, Jacques Copeau's daughter, 1952. 2 items (2 leaves).

9 406

Davila-Delgado, A., 1951. 1 item (1 leaf).

9 407

Davis, Fred W., 1961. 2 items (3 leaves).

9 408

Davis, Lambert (1905-), 1934. 2 items (2 leaves).

9 409

Dawson, Mitchell, regarding Emanuel Carnevali, see Folders 254-255, 1922. 1 item (2 leaves).

9 410

Day, George Parmly, 1912-1913. 3 items (5 leaves).

9 411

Day, J. Tuckerman, 1940. 1 item (1 leaf).

9 412

Day, Richard W., 1940-1941. 2 items (9 leaves).

9 413

Day, Robin, 1954. 2 items (2 leaves).

9 414

Deer Lake Camp, 1934. 1 item (1 leaf).

9 415

Delaparra, Teresa, 1930. 1 item (1 leaf).

9 416

Delgadillo, Asuncion, 1939. 1 item (1 leaf).

9 417

Dell, Floyd (1887-1969), circa 1913. 4 items (4 leaves).

9 418

Dellatorre, Juan Carlos, approximately 1936-1940. 1 item (3 leaves).

9 419

Democracy's Volunteers, 1940. 2 items (4 leaves).

9 420

DeNormandie, C. L., 1925. 1 item (1 leaf).

9 421

De Santillana, George (1902-), 1951-1952. 2 items (2 leaves).

9 422

DesChamps, Grace, 1953. 1 item (1 leaf).

9 423

DeSilver, Margaret, 1943-1953. 5 items (8 leaves).

9 424

Detroit English Club, 1946. 1 item (1 leaf).

9 425

Deutsch, Babette (1895-1982), 1936. 2 items (2 leaves).

9 426

Devereux, George, contains a reprint of Devereux's Why Oedipus killed Laius, 1955. 1 item (1 leaf).

9 427

Dewey, John (1859-1952), contains a typescript entitled Impressions of a time of national hesitation, 1916-1937. 10 items (18 leaves).

9 428

Dewitt Clinton High School (New York, N.Y.). The Magpie, 1946. 2 items (2 leaves).

9 429

D'Harnoncourt, René (1901-1968), concerning Jorge Juan Crespo, 1957. 2 items (2 leaves).

9 430

Dialogue publications, 1964-1965. 6 items (8 leaves).

9 431

Diamond, Benice, 1966. 1 item (1 leaf).

9 432

Diario de Nueva York, Stanley Ross, editor, 1957. 1 item (2 leaves).

9 433

Diario Nacional (Cuba), 1960. 2 items (2 leaves).

9 434

Díaz Ordaz, Gustavo (1911-1979), 1965. 1 item (2 leaves).

9 435

Dickmann, Max, 1946. 2 items (2 leaves).

9 436

Diego Pérez, Ismael, 1963. 1 item (1 leaf).

9 437

Dieste, Rafael, 1938. 2 items (2 leaves).

9 438

Diez de Medina, E. (Eduardo), (1881-), 1930. 1 item (1 leaf).

9 439

Diez de Medina, Raúl (Bolivia. Legacion), 1939. 1 item (1 leaf).

9 440

Dinamov, Sergei, International Union of Revolutionary Writers, 1933-1937. 23 items (24 leaves).

9 441

Dodd, Mead & Company, 1915. 1 item (1 leaf).

9 442

Doisy, Marcel, 1952-1955. 7 items (7 leaves).

9 443

Dolmetsch, Carl R. (Carl Richard) (1924-), 1964. 2 items (2 leaves).

9 444

Domenican Republic. Delgación Permanente de la Republica Dominicana ante las Naciones Unidas, 1947. 1 item (1 leaf).

9 445

Doner, Ephraim (1906-1991), discussion of an exhibition in San Francisco, 1942-circa 1945. 6 items (9 leaves).

9 446

Donnelly, Walter J., 1949. 1 item (1 leaf).

9 447

Dornell, Etta E., 1942. 1 item (5 leaves).

9 448

Dos Passos, John (1896-1970), circa 1921-1922, 1940s. 6 items (9 leaves).

9 449

Doubleday Doran & Company, 1940-1964. 10 items (11 leaves).

9 450

Dreiser, Theodore (1871-1945), contains one item written by Waldo Frank, 1916-1919. 8 items (8 leaves).

9 451

Drieu La Rochelle, Pierre (1893-1945), 1930. 1 item (4 leaves).

9 452

Duell, Sloan & Pearce, Folder 455 contains a typescript of the speech, Homage to Waldo Frank, delivered by Van Wyck Brooks, includes a contract, contains seven items written by Waldo Frank, one item written by Jean Frank, 1941-1968. 142 items (193 leaves).

9-10 453-460

Duggan, Laurence (1905-1948), 1943. 1 item (1 leaf).

10 461

Duggan, Stephen (1870-1950), concerning Waldo Frank and South America, one letter signed by Laurence Duggan writing on behalf of Stephen Duggan, 1929-1941. 4 items (7 leaves).

10 462

Duplaix, Georges, (1895-), 1925. 1 item (2 leaves).

10 463

Durán-Ballén, S. E., Ecuador. Consul General, 1934. 1 item (1 leaf).

10 464

Duranty, Walter (1884-1957), 1937. 1 item (1 leaf).

10 465

Durón, Julita, 1939. 1 item (1 leaf).

10 466

Durtain, Luc (1881-1959), 1924. 1 item (1 leaf).

10 467

Dyer, John R., 1934. 1 item (1 leaf).

10 468

Easly, Clem D., 1940. 1 item (1 leaf).

10 469

Eastman, Max (1883-1969), 1917. 1 item (1 leaf).

10 470

Eckel, Elizabeth Lacy, 1945. 1 item (1 leaf).

10 471

Éditions Corréa & Cie., concerning translation of Waldo Frank's works, 1947-1948. 7 items (7 leaves).

10 472

Éditions du Mont-Blanc S.A., 1947. 1 item (1 leaf).

10 473

Editorial Americalee, 1941-1942. 5 items (5 leaves).

10 474

Editorial Arquitectura, 1951. 1 item (1 leaf).

10 475

Editorial Ercilla, S.A., regarding translations of Waldo Frank's works chiefly In the American jungle, contains a contract, 1937-1938. 10 items (16 leaves).

10 476

Editoral Losada, letters signed by Gonzalo Losada (1894-), Guillermo de Torre (1900-1971), contains two items written by Waldo Frank, 1940-1964. 75 items (92 leaves).

10 477-480

Editorial Platina, 1960. 1 item (1 leaf).

10 481

Editorial SUR S. A., 1962. 2 items (2 leaves).

10 482

Editorial Universitaria (San Juan, Puerto Rico), 1963-1966. 4 items (4 leaves).

10 483

Edward MacDowell Association, 1960. 1 item (1 leaf).

10 484

Ehrlich, Leonard (1905-), 1932-1934. 3 items (3 leaves).

10 485

Elkin, Harry, 1942. 1 item (6 leaves).

10 486

Ellison, Ralph, 1939. 1 item (1 leaf).

10 487

Elmhirst, Dorothy Payne Whitney Straight, contains one item written by Waldo Frank, 1938. 2 items (4 leaves).

10 488

Ely-Estorick, Eric, contains one item written by Waldo Frank, concerning Ely-Estorick's pamphlet, Prelude to immortality: the story-theme in Waldo Frank's world, 1933-1936. 13 items (19 leaves).

10 489

Empresa Editora Zig-Zag, 1938-1965. 16 items (24 leaves).

10 490

Enciclopedia Judaica Castellana, 1947-1954. 6 items (6 leaves).

10 491

Encyclopaedia Judaica Research Foundation, 1966. 2 items (2 leaves + 1 brochure).

10 492

England, A. C., 1940. 1 item (1 leaf).

10 493

Epstein, Bernard, 1957. 1 item (2 leaves).

10 494

Erro, Carlos Alberto (1903-1968). 2 items (4 leaves).

10 495

Espasa-Calpe, 1931-1932. 6 items (6 leaves).

10 496

Espina, Antonio (1894-1972), 1963-1965. 3 items (3 leaves).

10 497

Espinoza, Enrique (1898-1987), contains two photographs, Folders 504-506 contain photocopies of Waldo Frank's letters to Espinoza, 1925-1960. 73 items (93 leaves).

10 498-506

Esquire Magazine, 1959. 5 items (6 leaves).

11 507

Estrada, Genaro (1887-1937), 1929-1930. 2 items (2 leaves).

11 508

E. T. Burrowes Company, no date. 1 item (2 leaves).

11 509

Eugene V. Debs Foundation, 1966. 1 item (2 leaves).

11 510

Exportadora de publicaciones Mexicanas, S.A., regarding the translation of Waldo Frank's Birth of a world, by Leon Felipe, 1951-1953. 9 items (10 leaves).

11 511

Fact magazine, inc., 1965. 2 items (2 leaves).

11 512

Fairleigh Dickinson University. The Literary review, 1957-1963. 2 items (2 leaves).

11 513

Fair Play for Cuba Committee, 1960-1961. 3 items (4 leaves).

11 514

Falcão, Isadora, 1943. 1 item (1 leaf).

11 515

Falchetti, Oscar (1918-), 1953-1961. 5 items (8 leaves).

11 516

Famous Artists Corporation Agency, 1946. 1 item (1 leaf).

11 517

Farrar & Rinehart, 1930-1937. 9 items (11 leaves).

11 518

Farrar, Straus and Cudahy, contains one item written by Waldo Frank, 1957. 3 items (4 leaves).

11 519

Farrar, Straus and Young, 1952. 2 items (2 leaves).

11 520

Faulkner, Katherine B., 1955. 1 item (3 leaves).

11 521

Fawcett, James Waldo (1893-), letter from Waldo Frank, 1934. 1 item (1 leaf).

11 522

Federación de Trabajadores en Tejidos de Perú, 1942. 1 item (1 leaf).

11 523

Federatión Universitaria Argentina, 1934. 1 item (3 leaves).

11 524

Federation of Jewish Student Organizations, 1944. 1 item (2 leaves).

11 525

Federn, Paul. 1 item (1 leaf).

11 526

Feipel, Louis Nicholas (1883-), 1926. 1 item (4 leaves).

11 527

Fellows, Margaret A., 1954. 1 item (1 leaf).

11 528

Fellowship of Reconciliation (U.S.), 1931-1932. 4 items (4 leaves).

11 529

Fernández Bujan, Justo, 1962. 1 item (1 leaf).

11 530

Fernandez Figueroa, Juan, 1963. 1 item (2 leaves).

11 531

Fernández Ledesma, Enrique (1888-1939), 1936. 1 item (1 leaf).

11 532

Fernández Retamar, Roberto, 1959-1960. 4 items (4 leaves).

11 533

Fernández, Héctor. 2 items (2 leaves).

11 534

Fernandez, Ramon (1894-1944), 1927-1928. 2 items (2 leaves).

11 535

Ferrándiz Alborz, F., 1954. 1 item (1 leaf).

11 536

Ferré, Luis Alberto, 1960. 1 item (1 leaf).

11 537

Ferres, John H., 1965-1966. 3 items (3 leaves).

11 538

Field, B. J., 1933. 1 item (1 leaf).

11 539

Fiene, Ernest (1894-1966), 1927-1949. 2 items (3 leaves).

11 540

Figueres Ferrer, José (1906-1990), 1953. 1 item (1 leaf).

11 541

Fingesten, Peter, 1958. 1 item (1 leaf).

11 542

Finlay, Enrique, 1960-1961. 4 items (8 leaves).

11 543

Fisher, William Murrell (1889-), 1917. 2 items (4 leaves).

11 544

Fisk University. Library, 1962. 3 items (3 leaves).

11 545

Flaccus, Kimball (1911-1972), 1955. 2 items (2 leaves).

11 546

Fleming, Asta, 1933-1942. 6 items (17 leaves).

11 547

Fles, Barthold (1902-), 1956-1959. 16 items (18 leaves).

11 548

Floch, Maurice, 1940. 1 item (2 leaves).

11 549

Flores Chinarro, Francisco, 1942. 1 item (1 leaf).

11 550

Flores, Angel (1900-1994), 1929. 1 item (1 leaf).

11 551

Fondo de Cultura Económica (Mexico), 1943-1960. 7 items (9 leaves).

11 552

Foner, Philip Sheldon (1910-1994), contains one item written by Waldo Frank, 1951. 2 items (4 leaves).

11 553

Ford, Ford Maddox (1873-1939), 1923. 1 item (1 leaf).

11 554

Ford Foundation, Robert Maynard Hutchins (1899-1977), director, 1953. 2 items (2 leaves).

11 555

Ford, James W. (1893-1957), 1932. 1 item (2 leaves).

11 556

Foreign Affairs, 1963. 1 item (1 leaf).

11 557

Foreign Commission of the Union of Soviet Writers of the USSR, 1936. 1 item (1 leaf).

11 558

Foreman, Clark (1907-1977), 1955. 2 items (2 leaves).

11 559

Forster, E. M. (Edward Morgan), (1879-1970), 1938. 2 items (2 leaves).

11 560

Foster, Robert G., 1962. 1 item (1 leaf).

11 561

Foulkes, Howard T., no date. 1 item (1 leaf).

11 562

France, Clemens J., Emergency Committee of the Arts and Professions to Secure Clemency for the Rosenberg's, one item written by Waldo Frank, 1952. 2 items (2 leaves).

11 563

Frank, Colman D., circa 1951. 1 item (1 leaf).

11 564

Frank, Jerome D. (Jerome David), (1909-2005), Waldo Frank's cousin, discussion of family lineage, 1962-1967. 6 items (6 leaves).

11 565

Frank, Josette (1893-1989), circa 1957. 2 items (2 leaves ).

11 566

Fratus, John E., 1961. 1 item (1 leaf).

11 567

Fratus, Louise D., 1967. 1 item (1 leaf).

11 568

Freeman, Joseph (1897-1965), concerning a prospectus and budget for a new magazine, contains a typescript of Freeman's poem The gate of horn, 1925-1951. 4 items (20 leaves).

11 569

Freiberg, J. Walter (Julius Walter), (1885-), Union of American Hebrew Congregations, 1933. 1 item (1 leaf).

11 570

Freud, Sigmund (1856-1939), 1919. 1 item (1 leaf).

11 571

Fried, William, 1960. 2 items (3 leaves).

11 572

Friede, Juan, 1949-1950. 5 items (8 leaves).

11 573

Friends Seminary (New York, N.Y.), 1959. 1 item (1 leaf).

11 574

Frost, Robert (1874-1963), 1919-1931. 2 items (4 leaves).

11 575

Gabriel, José (1896-), 1942. 1 item (1 leaf).

11 576

Gabrielson, Catherine, author of The story of Gabrielle and amateur photographer, 1956-circa 1958. 5 items (8 leaves).

11 577

Gainza Paz, Alberto (1899-), 1929-1931. 3 items (3 leaves).

11 578

Galarza, Ernesto (1905-1984), National Farm Labor Union (U.S.), director, 1948-1957. 4 items (5 leaves).

11 579

Galbraith, John Kenneth (1908-2006), contains one item by Waldo Frank, 1958-1960. 3 items (3 leaves).

11 580

Galland, Abram S., 1960. 1 item (1 leaf).

11 581

Gallimard, Gaston (1881-1975), regarding French translations of Waldo Frank's work, 1918-1960. 18 items (22 leaves).

11 582

Galston, Arthur W. (Arthur William), (1920-2008), 1958. 2 items (3 leaves).

11 583

Gamboa de Camino, Berta, wife of León Felipe, she translated Hispano America, 1930-1953. 14 items (24 leaves).

11 584

Gamio, Manuel (1883-1960), 1937. 1 item (1 leaf).

11 585

Gannett, Lewis (1891-1966), 1923. 1 item (1 leaf).

11 586

García Lorca, Francisco (1902-1976), 1963. 2 items (2 leaves).

11 587

García Monge, Joaquín (1881-1958), contains one item by Waldo Frank, 1928-1942. 6 items (9 leaves).

11 588

Garcia, Eduardo Augusto, 1934. 2 items (2 leaves).

11 589

Garrison, Theodosia Pickering (1874-1944), circa 1927. 1 item (1 leaf).

11 590

Garro, Eugenio, 1927. 1 item (1 leaf).

12 591

Gelb, Arthur (1924-), 1957. 2 items (2 leaves).

12 592

Gemal, José Inez, 1956. 1 item (1 leaf).

12 593

General Adjustment Bureau (New York, N.Y.), 1955. 1 item (3 leaves).

12 594

General Claims Commission (Mexico and United States), 1929. 1 item (1 leaf).

12 595

Genta, Edgardo Ubaldo (1894-1983), 1955-1960. 3 items (3 leaves).

12 596

George Braziller, Inc., George Braziller (1916-), contains five items written by Waldo Frank, 1957-1965. 7 items (8 leaves).

12 597-599

George H. Doran Company, Sinclair Lewis (1885-1951) writing on behalf of the company, 1914-1916. 4 items (4 leaves).

12 600

George Washington Memorial Library (Stuttgart), 1952. 1 item (1 leaf).

12 601

Gergely, L. H., 1941. 1 item (1 leaf).

12 602

G. E. Stechert & Co., 1936. 1 item (1 leaf).

12 603

Ghelardini, Armando, 1934. 1 item (1 leaf).

12 604

Gibran, Kahil (1883-1931), 1916. 1 item (1 leaf).

12 605

Gibson, Margaret, 1967. 1 item (1 leaf).

12 606

Gibson, William (1914-2008), 1937-1959. 5 items (10 leaves).

12 607

Gide, André (1869-1951), contains photocopies of correspondence from Waldo Frank, 1922-1940. 19 items (20 leaves).

12 608

Giles, William B., 1942. 1 item (3 leaves).

12 609

Gill, Brendan (1914-1997), 1935. 4 items (4 leaves).

12 610

Gillespie, James, 1920. 1 item (1 leaf).

12 611

Giner de los Ríos, Francisco (1917-1995), 1936. 1 item (1 leaf).

12 612

Glasgow, Ellen Anderson Gholson (1873-1945), 1917. 1 item (1 leaf).

12 613

Glatzer, Nahum Norbert (1903-1990), 1964. 1 item (1 leaf).

12 614

Gluckmann, Dennis D., 1962. 1 item (1 leaf).

12 615

Gold, Michael (1894-1967), circa 1936. 3 items (7 leaves).

12 616

Goldman, Emma (1869-1940), 1917. 1 item (1 leaf).

12 617

Goldman, Robert Philip (1890-1976), 1959. 1 item (1 leaf).

12 618

Goldsmith, Beatrice, 1936. 1 item (1 leaf).

12 619

Goldstone, Jules C., concerning film production of Island in the Atlantic, 1946. 2 items (2 leaves).

12 620

Gómez de la Serna, Ramón (1888-1963), 1926. 2 items (2 leaves).

12 621

Gonsalez, Vincenta, 1952. 1 item (1 leaf).

12 622

González Casanova, Pablo (1889-1939), 1931. 1 item (1 leaf).

12 623

González, Natalicio (1897-1966), 1952. 3 items (3 leaves).

12 624

Goodman, Henry (1893-1990), 1935. 1 item (1 leaf).

12 625

Gordon, Jesse, contains a printed copy of the testimony of Carlos Todd, 19 July 1962, 1963. 1 item (1 leaf).

12 626

Goris, Jan Albert (1899-1984), 1948. 2 items (2 leaves).

12 627

Gorostiza, Celestino, 1959. 1 item (1 leaf).

12 628

Gorsline, Douglas W. (1913-), 1961. 1 item (1 leaf).

12 629

Gould, Wallace, 1916-circa 1918. 12 items (25 leaves).

12 630-631

Gracia, Maria, 1963. 1 item (1 leaf).

12 632

Graeber, Isacque (1904-1984), 1939. 1 item (2 leaves).

12 633

Grafton, Regina S., 1935. 1 item (1 leaf).

12 634

Gramcko, Ida, contains a typescript of Gramcko's poem Hora de Dios, 1949. 1 item (7 leaves).

12 635

Gray, Rockwell, 1966. 1 item (2 leaves).

12 636

Grayson, Charles (1903-1973), 1944. 2 items (2 leaves).

12 637

Greely, A. W. (Adolphus Washington), (1844-1935), letters to Julius J. Frank and Waldo Frank, 1920-1929. 2 items (2 leaves).

12 638

Green, Archie, 1961. 1 item (1 leaf).

12 639

Green, Martha, 1941, 1940s. 5 items (6 leaves).

12 640

Green, Mr., letter from Waldo Frank, 1962. 1 item (1 leaf).

12 641

Greene, Philip L. (Philip Leon), (1924-), approximately 1940-1960. 1 item (1 leaf).

12 642

Greenway, Cornelius, 1955. 1 item (1 leaf).

12 643

Greenwood Press (Westport, Connecticut), correspondence with Jean Frank, 1969. 2 items (2 leaves).

12 644

Greenwood, (?), from Waldo Frank, 1938. 1 item (1 leaf).

12 645

Gregory, Lee H., 1954. 1 item (2 leaves).

12 646

Grier, Thornton, circa 1937-1938. 3 items (9 leaves).

12 647

Gröger, Erika, 1962. 1 item (2 leaves).

12 648

Guatemala. President (1954-1957, Castillo Armas), Carlos Armas Castillo (1914-1957), 1957. 2 items (3 leaves).

12 649

Guéhenno, Jean (1890-1978), 1929-1931. 6 items (7 leaves).

12 650

Guérard, Albert Léon (1880-1959), 1956-1957. 3 items (5 leaves).

12 651

Guilloux, Louis (1899-1980), 1936. 2 items (2 leaves).

12 652

H. W. Wilson Company, 1947. 3 items (3 leaves).

12 653

Haagensen, C. D. (Cushman Davis), (1900-1990), 1948. 1 item (2 leaves).

12 654

Hachette (Firm), 1962. 2 items (2 leaves).

12 655

Hackett, Mary (1906-1989), 1966. 2 items (2 leaves).

12 656

Hagedorn, Hermann (1882-1964), 1941. 1 item (1 leaf).

12 657

Haigh, William Louis, 1936. 1 item (1 leaf).

12 658

Haines, Robert E., 1966. 2 items (2 leaves).

12 659

Hall, Dick, 1960s. 1 item (1 leaf).

12 660

Hallund, Aase, contains one item from the American-Scandinavian Foundation, Chicago Chapter, 1929-1948. 5 items (10 leaves).

12 661

Halpern, Ben, 1947-1957. 4 items (6 leaves).

12 662

Hampares, Katherine J., 1964. 1 item (1 leaf).

12 663

Hanson, Polly, 1964. 3 items (3 leaves).

12 664

Haraszti, Zoltán (1892-1980), Boston Public Library, keeper of rare books, 1944-1951. 2 items (2 leaves).

12 665

Harbor Press, regarding Waldo Frank's introduction for a biography of Randolph Bourne, includes a typescript with corrections, 1955. 8 items (20 leaves).

12 666

Harcourt Brace & Company, contains one item written by Waldo Frank, 1943-1956. 4 items (5 leaves).

12 667

Harding, T. Swann (Thomas Swann) (1890-), circa 1932. 1 item (1 leaf).

12 668

Hardman, J. B. S. (Jacob Benjamin Salutsky), (1882-1968), 1937-1960. 3 items (5 leaves).

12 669

Hariett, Helene, 1960. 1 item (1 leaf).

12 670

Harmon, Sidney, 1938. 2 items (4 leaves).

12 671

Harold Ober Associates, 1952. 3 items (3 leaves).

12 672

Harold R. Peat, Inc., contain a brochure and promotional materials, 1951-1953. 5 items (6 leaves).

12 673

Harper & Brothers, 1914-1961. 8 items (8 leaves).

12 674

Harper's Bazaar, contains one item written by Waldo Frank, includes a typescript, A note on Machado de Assis, 1953. 3 items (5 leaves).

12 675

Harper's Magazine, 1956. 1 item (1 leaf).

12 676

Harper's Weekly, 1913. 2 items (2 leaves).

12 677

Hart Dávalos, Armando, Cuba. Ministerio de Educación, contains two items written by Waldo Frank, 1960. 6 items (13 leaves).

13 678

Hartley, Marsden (1871-1943), includes a reproduction of a photograph of Verlaine, addressed to Charles Talbert Boni, signed by Marsden Hartley, 1916-1918. 13 items (31 leaves).

13 679-680

Harvard College Library, Keyes Dewitt Metcalf (1889-1983), librarian, 1948-1952. 4 items (4 leaves).

13 681

Harvard Liberal Club, 1931. 1 item (1 leaf).

13 682

Hatfield, Margaret, 1936. 2 items (7 leaves).

13 683

Hawthorne, Hazel (1901-2000), 1962. 1 item (1 leaf).

13 684

Haya de la Torre, Victor Raúl (1895-1979), 1937-1943. 2 items (2 leaves).

13 685

Hebrew Union College-Jewish Institute of Religion, 1957-1959. 4 items (4 leaves).

13 686

Hecht, Paul (1927-), 1964. 1 item (1 leaf).

13 687

Hedges, M. H. (Marion Hawthorne) (1888-), 1930s. 1 item (1 leaf).

13 688

Hellmer, Joseph R., 1943. 1 item (4 leaves).

13 689

Hennacy, Ammon (1893-1970), includes clippings, 1954. 1 item (2 leaves).

13 690

Hennecke, Gerda, 1947-1963. 12 items (17 leaves).

13 691

Hennecke, Hans, German translator for some of Waldo Frank's works, contains one photograph of Hennecke with Waldo Frank, 1931-1965. 34 items (39 leaves).

13 692-693

Henry, Jack, 1964. 2 items (2 leaves).

13 694

Herbst, Josephine (1892-1969), circa 1942-1949. 2 items (2 leaves).

13 695

Hermitage House, Inc., contains one brochure, 1952-1953. 5 items (8 leaves).

13 696

Hernández Catá, Alfonso (1885-1940), 1930. 1 item (1 leaf).

13 697

Hernández, Pedro Eliás, 1948. 1 item (1 leaf).

13 698

Herrera, J., 1937. 1 item (1 leaf).

13 699

Herridge, Irene (Magoon), Alma Magoon Frank's sister, letter from Waldo Frank, 1948. 1 item (2 leaves).

13 700

Hershey, John H., includes a typescript entitle Creativeness, 1940-1965. 8 items (15 leaves).

13 701

Hertz, Richard, circa 1948. 1 item (2 leaves).

13 702

Hesslin, Paul, includes a typescript, Private economic reports for Chile and South America, 1942. 1 item (7 leaves).

13 703

Hewick, Robert C., 1958. 1 item (3 leaves).

13 704

Hewson, Arthur B., 1954. 1 item (1 leaf).

13 705

Hill, Ada May, 1931. 1 item (2 leaves).

13 705-A

Hill, Donna (1921-), 1957-1960. 4 items (8 leaves).

13 706

Hill, Sheila L., 1965. 1 item (2 leaves).

13 707

Hillard, Albert, 1943. 2 items (2 leaves).

13 708

Hilliard, Emily, circa 1943. 2 items (3 leaves).

13 709

Hillman, Arnold, 1941. 1 item (1 leaf).

13 710

Hinricks, Virginia B., 1954. 1 item (1 leaf).

13 711

Hispanic Society of America, Waldo Frank elected corresponding member, 1964-1967. 4 items (4 leaves).

13 712

Hocking, William Ernest (1873-1966), 1911-1959. 8 items (16 leaves).

13 713

Hoeffel, Gerald Norton, 1954-1967. 6 items (7 leaves).

13 714

Hoffman, Frederick John, 1945-1955. 7 items (9 leaves).

13 715

Hoffman, Isidor B. (1898-), 1945-1957. 6 items (6 leaves).

13 716

Hoffman, George, 1953. 3 items (6 leaves).

13 717

Hogan, Juan Luis, includes two pen-and-ink drawings of Waldo Frank, 1942. 2 items (3 leaves).

13 718

Holman Philip A., 1954. 1 item (1 leaf).

13 719

Holmes, Jack, 1940. 1 item (5 leaves).

13 720

Holsey, Albon L. (1883-), 1926. 1 item (1 leaf).

13 721

Holt, Hamilton (1872-1951), 1930. 1 item (1 leaf).

13 722

Holt, Robert R., contains Report on Rorschach of Waldo Frank, 1954-1955. 3 items (6 leaves).

13 723

Hook, Sidney (1902-1989), 1937-1939. 3 items (3 leaves).

13 724

Hora de España, Juan Gil-Albert, 1938. 1 item (1 leaf).

13 725

Horn, Robert D., 1934. 1 item (1 leaf).

13 726

Horne, Herman Harrell (1874-1946), 1931. 1 item (1 leaf).

13 727

Horton, Philip C., 1935-1937. 7 items (11 leaves).

13 728

Hostovsky, Egon (1908-1973), contains one item written by Waldo Frank, 1945-1961. 17 items (19 leaves).

13 729

Hotel Sevilla Biltmore (Habana, Cuba), 1960. 1 item (1 leaf).

13 730

Houghton Mifflin Company, 1950-1958. 50 items (79 leaves).

13 731-733

Howe, Irving, 1951-1954. 5 items (5 leaves).

13 734

Huebsch, B. W. (Benjamin W.), (1876-1964), 1959. 1 item (1 leaf).

13 735

Huett, Richard, 1959. 1 item (1 leaf).

13 736

Huidobro, Vincente (1893-1948), 1934. 1 item (2 leaves).

13 737

Hull, Helen R. (Helen Rose), (1888-1971), 1917. 1 item (1 leaf).

13 738

The Humanist, 1963. 2 items (4 leaves).

13 739

Huneker, James (1857-1921), 1914. 2 items (2 leaves).

13 740

Hunsgrove, Arthur F., includes recipes and drawings, 1930s. 1 item (5 leaves).

13 741

Hurwitz, Henry (1886-1961), editor of The Menorah journal. 4 items (6 leaves).

13 742

Hurwitz, Rose, 1926. 1 item (2 leaves).

13 743

Hutchinson, John C., 1937. 1 item (1 leaf).

13 744

Hutson, Richard, 1963. 1 item (3 leaves).

13 745

Huxley, Aldous (1894-1963), 1953. 1 item (2 leaves).

13 746

Hytier, Jean, 1922-1924. 4 items (4 leaves).

13 747

Ibero-Americanisches Institut (Berlin, Germany), Edith Faupel writing on behalf of the institute, 1931-1932. 2 items (2 leaves).

14 748

Illustrierte Neue Welt, contains one letter from Waldo Frank, 1933. 1 item (2 leaves).

14 749

Imber, Isaac, one letter regarding Palestine, 1944. 2 items (4 leaves).

14 750

Indiana University. Press, Bernard B. Perry, director, 1955-1960. 4 items (4 leaves).

14 751

Ingersoll, Ralph (1900-1985), 1926. 2 items (2 leaves).

14 752

Inman, Will (1923-), 1953. 1 item (1 leaf).

14 753

Institute for Mediterranean and Israel Affairs, Harry Louis Selden, initiating committee, 1957. 2 items (4 leaves).

14 754

Institute for Philosophical Research (Chicago, Illinois), Mortimer Jerome Adler (1902-2001), director, 1952. 2 items (2 leaves).

14 755

Instituto Bibliotecnico Interamericano, 1940. 1 item (1 leaf).

14 756

Instituto Central de Relaciones Culturales Israel-Iberoamérica, España y Portugal, Inés Radunsky, coordinator, two items written by Benno Varon, contains one item written by Waldo Frank, 1957-1963. 15 items (16 leaves).

14 757

Instituto Cultral Argentino Norte-Americano, Enrique Gil, secretary, 1929-1930. 3 items (6 leaves).

14 758

Instituto Etnológico Nacional (Colombia), Luis Duque Goméz, director, 1950. 1 item (2 leaves).

14 758-A

Instituto Nacional de Bellas Artes (Mexico), Andrés Idurate (1907-), director general, 1954-1958. 5 items (6 leaves + 1 program).

14 759

Instituto Nacional de Reforma Agraria (Cuba), 1961. 1 item (1 leaf).

14 760

Inter-American Development Bank, 1960. 1 item (1 leaf).

14 761

Inter-American Press Association, Julio Garzon, secretary, 1946. 1 item (1 leaf).

14 762

Inter American University of Puerto Rico, Ronald C. Bauer, president, 1961. 2 items (2 leaves).

14 763

International Committee for Political Prisoners, Roger N. Baldwin (Roger Nash), (1884-1981), chairman, 1934. 1 item (1 leaf).

14 764

International Foundation for Cultural History, Toshihiro Nakano, secretary general, 1960. 2 items (4 leaves).

14 765

International Free World Association, Hugo Fernandex Arucio (1912-), director, 1943. 2 items (2 leaves).

14 766

International Institute for Peace, Artur Lundkvist (1906-1991), president, cultural commission, 1958. 1 item (2 leaves).

14 767

International Institute for Ibero-American Literature, 1956. 1 item (3 leaves).

14 768

International Union, United Automobile Aircraft and Agricultural Implement Workers of America, 1946. 2 items (2 leaves).

14 769

Israel. Delegation to the United Nations, contains a copy of a telegram from Waldo Frank to Fidel Castro, 1956-1961. 2 items (3 leaves).

14 770

Isserman, Joan, 1965. 1 item (1 leaf).

14 771

Iznaga, Alcides, includes a typescript essay about Rehab, 1959-1964. 22 items (41 leaves).

14 772-773

Jackson, A. L., 1923. 1 item (1 leaf).

14 774

Jackson, Gabriel, 1964. 2 items (2 leaves).

14 775

James, Earle K., 1930. 1 item (3 leaves).

14 776

Jaretzki, Josie, 1931. 1 item (1 leaf).

14 777

Jencks, Gardner (1907-1989), 1953-1967. 4 items (6 leaves).

14 778

Jencks, Ruth, 1953. 1 item (1 leaf).

14 779

Jerusalem Post, Ted R. Lurie, editor, 1958-1959. 3 items (3 leaves).

14 780

Jewish Agency for Palestine, Benno Varon, Latin-American Dept. director, contains three items written by Waldo Frank, 1956-1960. 19 items (47 leaves).

14 781

Jewish Frontier, Marie Syrkin (1899-1989), editor, 1956. 3 items (3 leaves).

14 782

Jewish National Fund, Mendal N. Fisher, executive director, 1956. 7 items (12 leaves).

14 783

Jewish Publication Society of America, Solomon Grayzel (1896-1980), contains a letter from Grayzel to William G. Braude, 1956-1957. 3 items (3 leaves).

14 784

Jewish Theological Seminary of America, Bernard Mandelbaum (1922-), provost, 1958-1960. 4 items (4 leaves).

14 785

J. H. Hall, design and construction company, 1953. 1 item (3 leaves).

14 786

Jílovská, Staša, 1947. 1 item (1 leaf).

14 787

Jiménez, Juan Ramón (1881-1958), no date. 1 item (1 leaf).

14 788

Jiménez, Max, signed portrait, circa 1929. 1 item (1 leaf).

14 788-A

John Reed Club of Hollywood, 1932. 1 item (1 leaf).

14 789

John Simon Guggenheim Memorial Foundation, Henry Allen Moe (1894-1975), contains three items from Waldo Frank, 1926-1950. 4 items (6 leaves).

14 790

Johnson Reprint Corporation, Brian McMaster, assistant editor, correspondence with Jean Frank, 1970. 4 items (5 leaves).

14 791

Johnson, Alvin Saunders (1874-1971), director, New School for Social Research (New York, N.Y.), 1927-1953. 18 items (20 leaves).

14 792

Johnson, Georgia Douglas (d. 1966), 1953. 18 .

14 793

Johnson, Oakley C. (1890-), 1926-1958. 3 items (4 leaves).

14 794

Joint Emergency Committee to Close Washington Square Park to Traffic, Raymond S. Rubinow, chairman, 1958. 1 item (2 leaves).

14 795

Jones, Howard Mumford (1892-1980), concerning the correspondence of Sherwood Anderson and the Newberry Library, 1951-1957. 4 items (5 leaves).

14 796

Jones, Jack, includes a poem, Tibet get jet yet, 1954. 4 items (5 leaves).

14 797

Jones, Llewllyn (1884-1961), literary editor, Chicago evening post, circa 1922. 1 item (1 leaf).

14 798

Jones, Robert Edmond (1887-1954), 1916-1926. 5 items (5 leaves).

14 799

Jouvet, Louis, 1919. 1 item (1 leaf).

14 800

Juliac, Josefina, 1934. 2 items (3 leaves).

14 801

Junior League of Little Rock, circa 1963. 1 item (1 leaf).

14 802

Kahn, Otto Hermann (1867-1934), 1918-1933. 6 items (7 leaves).

14 803

Kallen, Horace Meyer (1882-1974), 1934-1967. 7 items (9 leaves).

14 804

Kamena, Rena, 1962. 1 item (1 leaf).

14 805

Kamieniecki, Igor, 1936. 2 items (2 leaves).

14 806

Kane, Anne, 1964-1965. 2 items (2 leaves).

14 807

Kapelner, Alan, 1955. 1 item (1 leaf).

14 808

Kaplan, Allan S., 1956. 2 items (2 leaves).

14 809

Kaplan, Fred, 1958-1964. 4 items (5 leaves).

14 810

Katz, Aaron, concerning the Morton Sobell Amicus brief, contains a note from Jean Frank to Waldo Frank on verso of 1957 letter, 1953-1957. 7 items (13 leaves).

14 811

Kaufman, George S. (George Simon), (1889-1961), 1922. 1 item (1 leaf).

14 812

Kaul, Leo, 1945. 1 item (1 leaf).

14 813

Keedick, Lee, 1934. 1 item (1 leaf).

14 814

Kendall, Tom, 1954. 4 leaves.

14 815

Kent, Victoria, editor, Iberica publishing company, 1926-1954. 3 items (3 leaves).

14 816

Kenton, Edna (1876-1954), 1917. 2 items (2 leaves).

14 817

Kew Gardens Synagogue Adath Yeshrun. Ladies Auxiliary, 1957. 1 item (1 leaf).

14 818

Keys, Donald F., 1954. 1 item (1 leaf).

14 819

Keyserling, Hermann, Graf von (1880-1946), 1935. 3 items (6 leaves).

14 820

Kielty, Bernadine, 1936, no date. 4 items (7 leaves).

14 821

King, Alma R., 1960-1961. 4 items (4 leaves).

14 822

Kirchwey, Freda, circa 1960-1967. 3 items (4 leaves).

14 823

Kirkpatrick, J. E., 1928. 1 item (1 leaf).

14 824

Kitchen Aid, Inc., 1962. 2 items (2 leaves).

14 825

Klauber, Adolph (1879-1933), 1920. 1 item (1 leaf).

14 826

Klein, George S. (George Stuart) (1917-1971), New York University. Research Center for Mental Health, 1952-1962. 34 items (59 leaves).

14 827-828

Kloucek, Jerome W., concerning his dissertation on Waldo Frank, contains two items written by Waldo Frank and one item to Jean Frank, 1957-1969. 17 items (22 leaves).

14 829

Klyce, Laura Kent, 1933. 2 items (2 leaves).

14 830

Klyce, Scudder (1879-1933), 1929-1932. 19 items (39 leaves).

14 831-832

Koch, H. W. (Hannsjoachim Wolfgang), (1933-), 1954. 1 item (3 leaves).

15 833

Kohan de Gerchunoff, Teresa, 1950. 1 item (1 leaf).

15 834

Kohler, Rose, 1944. 1 item (1 leaf).

15 835

Kohn, Hans (1891-1971), 1924-1936. 5 items (5 leaves).

15 836

Kol'ts`ov, Mikhail (1898-1942), editor, Pravda, 1935-1936. 6 items (6 leaves).

15 837

Kopelman, Sarah L., 1947. 1 item (2 leaves).

15 838

Koppersmith, Hal, 1960. 1 item (2 leaves).

15 839

Kramer, A. Walter (Arthur Walter), (1890-1969), 1958. 1 item (1 leaf).

15 840

Kranz, Henry B. (1895-1964), 1935. 2 items (2 leaves).

15 841

Kraus, Arthur James (1896-), 1952. 2 items (4 leaves).

15 842

Kreuter, Kent (1932-), 1958. 1 item (1 leaf).

15 843

Kreymborg, Alfred (1883-1966), 1919-1922, circa 1929. 4 items (5 leaves).

15 844

Kurti, Kitty, 1941-1966. 27 items (34 leaves).

15 845-846

Labouré, Theodore (1883-), 1929. 1 item (1 leaf).

15 847

La Farge, Oliver (1901-1963), 1931. 1 item (2 leaves).

15 848

Lalou, Christine, 1926. 1 item (1 leaf).

15 849

Lalou, René (1889-1973), includes a typescript review of Virgin Spain, 1923-1952. 17 items (26 leaves).

15 850

Lamarche, Angel Rafael, 1961. 1 item (4 leaves).

15 851

Lamont, Corliss (1902-1995), regarding Waldo Frank's passport, 1957-1961. 3 items (5 leaves).

15 852

Landau, Dore, 1922-1927. 2 items (4 leaves).

15 853

Landau, Jacob M., managing editor, Overseas News Agency, 1942. 1 item (8 leaves).

15 854

Landau, Lise (1868-), 1922-1931. 18 items (20 leaves).

15 855-856

Lando, Barry M., Canadian Broadcasting Corporation, 1963. 1 item (1 leaf).

15 857

Landsberg, Melvin, 1956. 2 items (3 leaves).

15 858

Lagnas, I. A. (Izaac Abram), (1911-), Committee for Benardete, 1963-1964. 2 items (2 leaves).

15 859

Langer, Lawrence (1890-1962), 1940. 1 item (1 leaf).

15 860

Lann, Evangii (1896-1958), 1928-1936. 10 items (10 leaves).

15 861

Lanux, Pierre, 1919-1922. 2 items (4 leaves).

15 862

Larbaud, Valéry (1881-1957), 1923. 1 item (1 leaf).

15 863

Larco H., Rafael (Larco Herrera), (1872-), 1942. 3 items (3 leaves).

15 864

Larrea, Juan, a note written by Leon-Felipe is at the bottom of 3 November 1942 letter, 1940-1954. 34 items (51 leaves).

15 865-866

Lasansky, Mauricio (1914-2012), 1930s-1942. 4 items (4 leaves).

15 867

Lascoff, Ruth, 1953. 1 item (1 leaf).

15 868

Latin America Refugee Fund, Inc., Samuel Guy Inman (1877-1965), chairman, 1942. 1 item (1 leaf).

15 869

Lauterbach, Richard, 1950. 1 item (1 leaf).

15 870

Lavine, Mr., correspondence written by Waldo Frank, 1940-1942. 3 items (3 leaves).

15 871

Lawrence, D. H. (David Herbert), (1885-1930), regarding The rainbow, 1917. 2 items (5 leaves).

15 872

Lawson, Alan, 1964. 1 item (4 leaves).

15 873

Lazaron, Morris S. (Morris Samuel) (1888-), 1944. 1 item (1 leaf).

15 874

League of American Writers, concerning the inception of the group and Waldo Frank as chairman, contains three items written by Waldo Frank, 1935-1936. 22 items (28 leaves).

15 875

Lecuna, Valentina, 1963. 1 item (1 leaf).

15 876

Lecuna, Vicente (1870-1954), contains two typescripts entitled Escenas Colombianas and Caracter de San Marin, one item written by Ester Barrett de Narzaris, 1949-1953. 36 items (54 leaves).

15 877-878

Leguía, Jorge Gulliermo (1898-1934), 1930. 1 item (2 leaves).

15 879

Lehac, Ned (1899-1999), 1966. 1 item (1 leaf).

15 880

Leigh, W. Colston, president W. Colston Leigh, Inc., 1931-1953. 4 items (5 leaves).

15 881

Leighton, Clare (1898-1989), circa 1940. 2 items (2 leaves).

15 882

Leiser, John G., 1937. 2 items (4 leaves).

15 883

L'Engle, Lucy (1889-1978), approximately 1951-1957, 1967. 4 items (4 leaves).

15 884

Lentz, Nicholas, 1954. 1 item (2 leaves).

15 885

Leo, Mona, 1961. 1 item (1 leaf).

15 886

Leonard, K. L., 1932. 1 item (1 leaf).

15 887

Léon-Felipe (1884-1968), 1926-1959. 44 items (59 leaves).

15 888-890

Lerner, Max (1902-), 1944. 1 item (1 leaf).

15 891

Levi-Mordeki, Rebekah, 1942. 1 item (3 leaves).

15 892

Levy, David W. (1937-), 1963. 1 item (1 leaf).

15 893

Lewis, Sinclair (1885-1951), circa 1914-1930. 5 items (5 leaves).

15 894

Lewisohn, Ludwig (1882-1955), 1932. 1 item (1 leaf).

15 895

Liberal Citizens of Massachusetts, Howells, John N. M., chairman, 1955. 4 items (6 leaves + 1 conference program).

15 896

Liberation, Abraham John Muste, editor, 1962. 2 items (2 leaves).

15 897

Library of Congress. Copyright Office, 1912-1915, 1954. 10 items (38 leaves).

15 898-899

Library of Congress. Hispanic Foundation, Lewis Hanke, director, 1943-1944. 2 items (4 leaves).

15 900

Library of Congress. Manuscript Division., 1967. 1 item (2 leaves).

15 901

Librería Hachette, 1961. 2 items (2 leaves).

15 902

Liebman, Joshua Loth (1907-1948), 1944. 1 item (1 leaf).

15 903

Lilly Library (Indiana University, Bloomington), David Anton Randall, rare book librarian, 1958-1959. 8 items (9 leaves).

15 904

Lima, Alceu Amoroso (1893-1983), 1932. 1 item (1 leaf).

16 905

Lima, Jorge de (1893-1953), 1940-1944. 2 items (2 leaves).

16 906

Lind, Ilse Dusoir (1917-), 1940s. 7 items (13 leaves).

16 907

Lindeman, Eduard, 1952. 1 item (1 leaf).

16 908

Lindley, Robert Norman (1924-2002), South American correspondent, American Broadcasting Company, 1963. 1 item (1 leaf).

16 909

Lipton, Lawrence (1898-1975), 1955-1956. 3 items (10 leaves).

16 910

Liscano, Juan (1915-), last leaf of a three-page letter, circa 1960. 1 item (1 leaf).

16 911

Literary and Theatrical Agency of the syndicate of Czech Authors, contains one item written by Waldo Frank, 1945-1949. 15 items (21 leaves).

16 912

Little, Brown and Company, 1918. 2 items (3 leaves).

16 913

The Little Playhouse, 1929. 1 item (1 leaf).

16 914

Liveright Publishing Corporation, 1942-1957. 10 items (10 leaves).

16 915

Livezy, Herman (1892-1947), curator, Walt Whitman House, Camden, New Jersey, 1929. 1 item (1 leaf).

16 916

Locke, Edwin, 1935. 1 item (2 leaves).

16 917

Locke, Walter (1875-), 1950. 1 item (1 leaf).

16 918

Loeb, Harold (1891-1974), 1922. 7 items (11 leaves).

16 919

Lombardo Toledano, Vicente (1894-1968), director, Revista futuro, 1935. 1 item (1 leaf).

16 920

London, Jack (1876-1916), 1916. 1 item (1 leaf).

16 921

Long, Louis R., 1965. 2 items (2 leaves).

16 922

Louis M. Rabinowitz Foundation, Victor Rabinowitz, 1964-1966. 9 items (9 leaves).

16 923

Love, Joseph LeRoy, 1963. 1 item (1 leaf).

16 924

Loveman, Samuel (1887-1976), 1934. 1 item (1 leaf).

16 925

Lowell, Amy (1874-1925), 1919-1922. 3 items (5 leaves).

16 926

Lowenfels, Walter (1897-1976), 1955-1956. 7 items (8 leaves).

16 927

Lowenthal, Arthur M., 1912-1966. 3 items (10 leaves).

16 928

Lower, Henry E., letter written by Waldo Frank, 1917. 1 item (1 leaf).

16 929

Lowry, Edward G. (Edward George) (1876-1943), managing editor, Evening post, 1911. 1 item (1 leaf).

16 930

Luhman, Henry, 1954. 1 item (5 leaves).

16 931

Luppol, I. K. (Ivan Kapitonovich) (1896-1940), 1935. 1 item (1 leaf).

16 932

Lurie, Charles N. (1879-), 1956. 1 item (2 leaves).

16 933

McCall's Magazine, Jim Henle, editor, contains one item written by Waldo Frank, 1926-1927. 8 items (10 leaves).

16 934

MacCarthy, Mary (1912-1989), contains one item written by Waldo Frank, includes MacCarthy's article, 1954. 3 items (7 leaves).

16 935

McCormick, Ken, circa 1960. 1 item (1 leaf).

16 936

McCourt, Edna Wahlert, 1916-1961. 67 items (102 leaves).

16 937-941

McCrea, Theodore H., 1943. 1 item (2 leaves).

16 942

Macdonald, Dwight, circa 1946. 1 item (1 leaf).

16 943

McDonald, James G. (James Grover) (1886-1964), 1930. 1 item (1 leaf).

16 944

McGann, Thomas Francis (1920-), 1961. 1 item (2 leaves).

16 945

McGowan, Edna B., circa 1929. 1 item (1 leaf).

16 946

Macgowan, Kenneth (1888-1953), literary editor, Evening ledger, 1916-1925. 7 items (7 leaves).

16 947

McGraw Hill Book Company, 1956. 2 items (2 leaves).

16 948

MacGregor, J. D., 1930. 2 items (2 leaves).

16 949

Machado, Bill, Jr., 1948. 2 items (2 leaves).

16 950

Machado, Guillermo, 1948. 5 items (8 leaves).

16 951

MacIntosh, K. C. (Kenneth Chafee) (1883-), 1929. 1 item (1 leaf).

16 952

McIntosh, Mavis, literary agent, 1956. 3 items (3 leaves).

16 953

MacKenna, Kenneth (1899-1962), contains two typescript poems, 1934-1935. 4 items (6 leaves).

16 954

McKerr-Kaston, H. M. de Rohan, 1909-1910. 9 items (39 leaves).

16 955-956

Macklin, C. B., 1941. 1 item (2 leaves).

16 957

MacLeish, Archibald (1892-1982), one item written by Waldo Frank, 1941-1950s. 3 items (3 leaves).

16 958

Macmillan Company, 1957-1966. 5 items (5 leaves).

16 959

Madeira, Margaret Carey, circa 1946. 1 item (4 leaves).

16 960

Maetzu, Mana de, 1922. 2 items (2 leaves).

16 961

M. Aguilar, editor, 1962-1963. 3 items (3 leaves).

16 962

Magdaleno, Maurico (1906-1986), 1938-1939. 2 items (2 leaves).

16 963

Malanca, José, 1929. 1 item (1 leaf).

16 964

Mallea, Eduardo (1903-1982), circa 1930-1946. 43 items (69 leaves).

16 965-968

Mallet Prevost, Severo (1860-1948), 1930. 2 items (3 leaves).

16 969

Mallory, Walter H. (Walter Hampton), (1892-1980), executive director, Council on Foreign Relations, 1934. 1 item (2 leaves).

16 970

Malraux, André (1901-1976), 1935-1959. 29 items (36 leaves).

16 971-972

Mamboury, M. E., 1947. 1 item (1 leaf).

17 973

Marmy, Frank A., circa 1917-1933. 2 items (3 leaves).

17 974

Mañach, Jorge (1898-1961), contains one item written by Waldo Frank, 1929-1932. 13 items (20 leaves).

17 975

Mancisidor, José (1894-1956), 1936. 1 item (1 leaf).

17 976

Mann, Katia (1883-1980), written on behalf of Thomas Mann, 1930s. 1 item (1 leaf).

17 977

Mann, Klaus (1906-1949), 1941. 1 item (1 leaf).

17 978

Mann, Rosabell MacDonald, 1941-1947. 2 items (2 leaves).

17 979

Mann, Thomas (1875-1955), 1939. 1 item (1 leaf).

17 980

Manning, Hugo (1913-1977), 1942-1943. 2 items (2 leaves).

17 981

Manumit School, 1940. 1 item (1 leaf).

17 982

Mar del Plata (Argentina) Intendencia Municipal de General Pueyrredón, 1942. 1 item (1 leaf).

17 983

Mariátegui, José Carlos (1894-1930), 1928-1930. 5 items (5 leaves).

17 984

Marichalar, Yebes Ortega, 1932. 1 item (1 leaf).

17 985

Marinello, Juan (1898-1977), 1930-1937. 18 items (26 leaves).

17 986-987

Maritain, Jacques (1882-1973), 1938-1958. 32 items (36 leaves).

17 988-989

Maritain, Raissa, 1940s-1950s. 1 item (1 leaf).

17 990

Márquez Salas, Antonio (1919-), 1949. 1 item (1 leaf).

17 991

Martel, Maria, see Folder 176, concerning Waldo Frank's research on Símon Bólivar, 1949. 1 item (1 leaf + 1 negative).

17 991-A

Martin, Jay, 1966. 1 item (1 leaf).

17 992

Martin, William A., includes a typescript of a poem by Martin, Walking home to history, 1927-1946. 24 items (65 leaves).

17 993-994

Martinez del Río, Pablo, 1934. 1 item (1 leaf).

17 995

Marx, Magdeleine, 1947-1952. 9 items (13 leaves).

17 996

Marzani & Munsell, Carl Marzani, 1962. 4 items (4 leaves + 1 brochure).

17 997

Maslow, Abraham H. (Abraham Harold), associate professor of psychology, Brandeis University, 1953. 1 item (1 leaf).

17 998

Massachusetts. Division of Fisheries and Game, 1945. 1 item (1 leaf).

17 999

Massachusetts. State Reclamation Board, concerning Cape Cod mosquito control project, contains three items written by Waldo Frank, 1944-1946. 9 items (12 leaves).

17 1000

Masses & Mainstream, Abraham Bernard Magil, associate editor, 1953-1956. 2 items (3 leaves).

17 1001

Masters, Edgar Lee (1868-1950), 1917. 1 item (1 leaf).

17 1002

Maston, Harold (1898-), 1952. 1 item (1 leaf).

17 1003

Matthews, E. de P. (Elva de Pue), contains poems by Matthews, 1917-1967. 126 items (312 leaves).

17 1004-1012

Maurín, Joaquín (1897-1973), American Literary Agency, contains one item written by Waldo Frank, 1954-1964. 57 items (62 leaves).

17 1013-1014

May, Johanna, one item in German by Waldo Frank, approximately 1913-1919. 1 item (1 leaf).

17 1015

Mayfield, John S. (1904-1983), 1955. 1 item (1 leaf).

17 1016

Mead, Robert Douglas, 1954. 1 item (1 leaf).

17 1017

Meagher, Sylvia, 1962. 1 item (1 leaf).

17 1018

Mellquist, Jerome, 1948-1960. 3 items (3 leaves).

17 1019

Mencken, H. L. (Henry Louis) (1880-1956), 1915-1926. 16 items (17 leaves).

17 1020

Méndez Pereira, Octavio (1887-1954), contains two items written by Waldo Frank, 1936. 4 items (4 leaves).

17 1021

Mendonça, Anna Amelia de Queiroz Carneiro (1896-1971), 1942. 1 item (1 leaf).

17 1022

Mendoz, Angélica, 1955. 1 item (1 leaf).

17 1023

Mendoza, Cristóbal L., 1951-1952. 3 items (4 leaves).

17 1024

Menorah Lecture Bureau, Frances Grossel, director, 1934. 1 item (1 leaf).

18 1025

Merewether, John A., 1939. 2 items (5 leaves).

18 1026

Merrill, A. A., 1935. 1 item (2 leaves).

18 1027

Metcalfe, John, see also Evelyn Scott (1893-1963), 1952-1954. 2 items (2 leaves).

18 1028

Meyer, Doris L,, 1962. 2 items (2 leaves).

18 1029

Mezhdunarodnor Obedinenie revolutsionnykhpisatelei (International Union Revolutionary Writers), circa 1932. 1 item (2 leaves).

18 1030

M. Gleizer, editor, 1945. 2 items (3 leaves).

18 1031

Michaels, H. C., 1913. 1 item (4 leaves).

18 1032

Michaud, Régis (1880-1939), 1929-1935. 3 items (3 leaves).

18 1033

Michelson, Herman, 1935. 1 item (1 leaf).

18 1034

Middlebury College. Cultural Conference, 1944. 1 item (1 leaf).

18 1035

Midstream, Shlomo Katz, editor, contains one item written by Waldo Frank and one item written by Jean Frank, 1955-1966. 8 items (9 leaves).

18 1036

Miller, Guy, 1926. 1 item (1 leaf).

18 1037

Miller, Henry (1891-1980), 1935-1936. 4 items (7 leaves).

18 1038

Miller, John F., 1954. 1 item (1 leaf).

18 1039

Miller, Louis, 1963. 1 item (2 leaves).

18 1040

Miller, Louise E. (1866-1927), 1925. 1 item (1 leaf).

18 1041

Minor, Lydia G., circa 1936. 1 item (1 leaf).

18 1042

Minor, Robert (1884-1952), contains one item written by Waldo Frank, 1936-1937. 4 items (4 leaves).

18 1043

Mishnun-Hardman, Virginia, 1960-1966. 30 items (34 leaves).

18 1044

Mission of Israel, Jacob Baal-Teshuva, editor, 1961. 4 items (4 leaves).

18 1045

Mistral, Gabriela (1889-1957), contains a typescript by Waldo Frank, contains a poem by Mistral, and one item written by Waldo Frank, 1953, approximately 1940s to 1950s. 27 items (59 leaves).

18 1046-1047

Mitchell Kennerley Publisher, Alfred A. Knopf, editor, 1914. 1 item (1 leaf).

18 1048

Mitre, ?, 1929. 1 item (1 leaf).

18 1049

Mladá fronta (Firm), concerning Czechoslovakian translations of Frank's works, 1945-1947. 6 items (6 leaves).

18 1050

Mollegen, Albert T., 1940. 1 item (2 leaves).

18 1051

Monaghan, Frank, 1943. 1 item (1 leaf).

18 1052

Der Monat, Melvin J. Lasky, founder, 1949. 2 items (2 leaves).

18 1053

Montague, Margaret Truesdale, 1957. 1 item (1 leaf).

18 1054

Montgomery-Frost Co., 1956. 1 item (1 leaf).

18 1055

Monthly Review, Leo Huberman, editor, contains note by Frank on verso of letter, 1960. 1 item (1 leaf).

18 1056

Moore, Marianne (1887-1972), 1926. 2 items (2 leaves).

18 1057

Moraes, Vinícius de, includes the poem Balada do Manque, 1942-1949. 9 items (12 leaves).

18 1058

Morand, Paul (1888-1976), 1926-1927. 2 items (2 leaves).

18 1059

Moravian Library (New York, N.Y.), includes a typescript Hostovsky by Waldo Frank, contains one item written by Waldo Frank, 1957. 2 items (2 leaves).

18 1060

Moreau, John, 1963. 2 items (2 leaves).

18 1061

Mornell, Gene, 1954. 1 item (1 leaf).

18 1062

Morning Freiheit, 1944. 1 item (1 leaf).

18 1063

Morris, Amos R., 1933. 1 item (2 leaves).

18 1064

Morris, I. V. (Ira Victor), (1903-), 1964. 2 items (3 leaves).

18 1065

Morrison, Joseph L. (1918-1970), 1962. 1 item (1 leaf).

18 1066

Mott, John L., director, International House (New York, N.Y.), 1940. 1 item (1 leaf).

18 1067

Motwani, Kewal (1899-), 1958-1959. 4 items (4 leaves).

18 1068

Mounier, Emmanuel (1905-1950), 1939. 2 items (2 leaves).

18 1069

Mount Holyoke College, 1945. 2 items (2 leaves).

18 1070

Mowrer, Orval Hobart (1907-1982), 1954. 1 item (1 leaf).

18 1071

Mumford, Lewis (1895-1990), contains correspondence with Jean Frank after 1967, 1917-1973. 256 items (432 leaves).

18-19 1072-1086

Muñoz Marin, Luis (1898-1980), 1950s. 1 item (1 leaf).

19 1087

Munson, Gorham Bert (1896-1969), 1922-1957. 101 items (188 leaves).

19 1088-1095

Murphy, Gardner (1895-1979), director of research, Menninger Foundation, 1952-1958. 4 items (4 leaves).

19 1096

Murray, Henry A. (Henry Alexander) (1893-1988), 1958. 1 item (1 leaf).

19 1097

Murray, John Middleton (1889-1957), 1929-circa 1937. 9 items (11 leaves).

19 1098

Museo de Arte Popular (Santiago, Chile), Tomás Lago, director, 1954. 1 item (1 leaf).

19 1099

Museum of Modern Art (New York, N.Y.), Alfred Hamilton Barr (1902-1981), director, 1941. 1 item (1 leaf).

19 1100

Muste, Abraham John (1885-1967), 1949-1965. 17 items (26 leaves).

19 1101

Myers, Elise, 1955. 1 item (1 leaf).

19 1102

Nadeau, Maurice, 1946. 2 items (2 leaves).

19 1103

Naruse, Seiichi (1892-1936), contains two items written by Waldo Frank, 1916-1919. 21 items (25 leaves).

19 1104

Nass, Raul, 1948. 4 items (4 leaves).

19 1105

Nathan, Otto (1893-1987), 1962. 2 items (2 leaves).

19 1106

The Nation, editors Freda Kirchwey and Carey McWilliams, contains two items written by Waldo Frank, 1940-1972. 58 items (61 leaves).

19 1107-1108

National Committee for the Defense of Political Prisoners, 1936. 1 item (1 leaf).

19 1109

National Educational Television and Radio Center, Manfred Kirchheimer, associate producer, 1966. 4 items (4 leaves).

19 1110

National Institute of Arts and Letters (U.S.), 1952-1967. 8 items (13 leaves + 1 program).

19 1111

National Jewish Welfare Board. Jewish Center Lecture Bureau, 1946-1957. 2 items (2 leaves).

19 1112

National Library for the Blind (Great Britain), 1944. 1 item (1 leaf).

19 1113

National Student League, 1935. 1 item (1 leaf).

19 1114

Navia, Rafael, vice consul, Consulado General de Colombia, 1936. 2 items (2 leaves).

19 1115

Nazimova (1879-1945), 1915. 2 items (2 leaves).

19 1116

Neatrour, Henriette, 1958-1967. 13 items (16 leaves).

19 1117

Neely, Ella, 1913. 2 items (5 leaves).

19 1118

Negrín, Juan, correspondence from Waldo Frank, 1938. 1 item (2 leaves).

19 1119

Neue Merkur, Ephraim Frisch, 1921-1922. 3 items (4 leaves).

19 1120

New Century Fellowship, concerning the formation of the Fellowship, includes correspondence, drafts of Beginning Statement, Organic Law, Meetings, and How the Country is Run, 1946-1948. 44 items (64 leaves + booklets and typescripts).

19 1121-1126

New Leader, S. M. Levitas, editor, 1949. 3 items (3 leaves).

20 1127

New Masses, contains one item written by Waldo Frank and one item written by Harold Clurman, 1934-1937. 5 items (9 leaves).

20 1128

The New Republic, contains six items by Waldo Frank, 1923-1955. 37 items (43 leaves).

20 1129-1130

New School for Social Research (New York, N.Y.), circa 1931-1954. 5 items (6 leaves).

20 1131

New York (N.Y.) Board of Education. Office of the Principal, 1954. 1 item (1 leaf).

20 1132

New York Times Company, contains four items written by Waldo Frank, 1935-1964. 30 items (35 leaves).

20 1133

New Yorker, 1925-1957. 10 items (12 leaves).

20 1134

Newberry Library, Stanley Paregellis, librarian, 1948-1952. 2 items (2 leaves).

20 1135

Nicolai, Georg Friedrich (1874-1954), contains one item written by Waldo Frank, 1934-1935. 4 items (4 leaves).

20 1136

Niebuhr, Reinhold (1892-1971), 1935-1967, no date. 114 items (123 leaves).

20 1137-1140

Niebuhr, Ursula, 1952-1966. 6 items (10 leaves).

20 1141

Nieto Caballero, Luis Eduardo (1888-1957), 1931. 1 item (1 leaf).

20 1142

Nin, Anaïs (1903-1977), circa 1939. 2 items (3 leaves).

20 1143

Noonday Press, Cecil Hemley and Arthur A. Cohen, editors, 1952-1953. 6 items (6 leaves).

20 1144

Norman, Dorothy (1905-1997), contains 1 item by Waldo Frank, some correspondence concerning American and Alfred Stieglitz, 1931-1967. 47 items (79 leaves).

20 1145-1147

Northrup, Belle, 1936. 1 item (1 leaf).

20 1148

Nueva Democracia, 1941. 2 items (2 leaves).

20 1149

O'Brien, Edward J., 1923-1930. 2 items (2 leaves).

20 1150

Ocampo, Victoria (1890-1979), 1929-1973. 105 items (264 leaves).

20 1151-1160

Odets, Clifford (1906-1963), 1934-1953. 26 items (38 leaves).

20 1161

Odets, Walt, 1965. 1 item (1 leaf).

20 1162

O'Gorman, Edmundo (1906-1995), 1945. 1 item (4 leaves).

20 1163

Ohrenstein, Edward W., 1940. 2 items (2 leaves).

20 1164

O'Keeffe, Georgia (1887-1986), 1919-1951. 10 items (21 leaves + 1 image of O'Keeffe).

21 1165

Oko, Adolph S. (Adolph Sigmund), (1883-1944), 1929-1944. 71 items (131 leaves).

21 1166-1169

Oko, Dorothy Kuhn, 1929-1967. 44 items (81 leaves).

21 1170-1171

Oliver, Maria Rosa (1898-1977), one letter signed by Victoria Ocampo, 1929-1965. 47 items (90 leaves + 1 photograph).

21 1172-1175

Olson, Charles (1910-1970), 1939-1941. 18 items (21 leaves).

21 1176

O'Meara, Bill, 1947. 1 item (1 leaf).

21 1177

Omnibook, 1946. 1 item (2 leaf).

21 1178

One world, Mark Jeff, editor, 1947. 2 items (2 leaves).

21 1179

O'Neill, Carlotta, 1943. 1 item (1 leaf).

21 1180

O'Neill, Eugene (1888-1953), circa 1916-1917. 4 items (4 leaves).

21 1181

Onis, Federico (1885-1966), 1930-1958. 5 items (5 leaves).

21 1182

Openhym, Alice, 1950s. 1 item (1 leaf).

21 1183

Openhym, Wilfred A., contains nine items by Waldo Frank, 1940-1962. 37 items (64 leaves).

21 1184-1186

Oppenheim, James (1882-1932), contains two items written by Waldo Frank, contains one item from Oppenheim to Van Wyck Brooks, 1916-1919. 18 items (26 leaves).

21 1187

Orlovitz, Gil (1918-1973), 1958. 2 items (3 leaves).

21 1188

Ormandy, Martin, 1944. 1 item (1 leaf).

21 1189

Ornstein, Leo (1892-2002), 1914-1958. 30 items (35 leaves).

21 1190-1191

Ornstein, Pauline, 1929-1941. 9 items (20 leaves).

21 1192

Orozco, José Clemente (1883-1949), 1920-1931. 3 items (3 leaves).

21 1193

Orrick, Johns (1887-1946), 1931. 1 item (1 leaf).

21 1194

The Orsatti Agency Artists' Bureau, Frank Orsatti, 1946. 2 items (3 leaves).

21 1195

Ortega y Gasset, José (1883-1955), 1928, no date. 3 items (3 leaves).

21 1196

Ortiz, Fernando (1881-1969), contains one item written by Waldo Frank, 1929-1936. 7 items (7 leaves).

21 1197

Orts González, Juan (1868-1941), 1931. 1 item (3 leaves).

21 1198

Orza, A. Q., correspondence written by Waldo Frank, 1965. 2 items (3 leaves).

21 1199

Osborn, Norris Galpin (1858-), editor Morning Journal-Courier, 1911-1913. 2 items (2 leaves).

21 1200

Osman, Alfred, 1962. 1 item (1 leaf).

21 1201

Osman, Dick Guillermo, 1942. 1 item (1 leaf).

21 1202

Osorio, Raúl, 1936. 2 items (3 leaves).

21 1203

Osta, Cecilia, 1944. 1 item (1 leaf).

21 1204

Oster, Ernst, 1948-1949. 2 items (3 leaves).

21 1205

Osuna, Raúl, 1945. 1 item (1 leaf).

21 1206

Otero Silva, Miguel, 1955. 1 item (1 leaf).

21 1207

Otero, Mario H., 1966. 2 items (2 leaves).

21 1208

Oxford University Press, 1955. 1 item (1 leaf).

21 1209

Padilla, Ezequiel (1890-1971), 1929. 1 item (1 leaf).

21 1210

Paetel, Karl O. (Karl Otto), (1906-), 1948. 1 item (1 leaf).

21 1211

Painter and Withers, letter to Julius J. Frank, 1924. 2 items (4 leaves).

21 1212

Palacios, Alfredo L. (Alfredo Lorenzo), (1878-1965), 1942. 1 item (1 leaf).

21 1213

Palacios, Inocente, 1935. 1 item (1 leaf).

21 1214

Palmer, T. J., 1940. 1 item (3 leaves).

21 1215

Pan-American Grace Airways, 1930. 2 items (2 leaves).

21 1216

Pan American Union, 1942. 1 item (1 leaf).

21 1217

Panichas, George Andrew, 1967. 1 item (1 leaf).

22 1218

Pantheon Books, Kurt Wolff (1887-1963), 1945-1956. 6 items (6 leaves).

22 1219

Papandrew, John, 1960. 2 items (2 leaves).

22 1220

Papini, Giovanni (1881-1956), 1919. 1 item (1 leaf).

22 1221

Paris, Robert, 1965. 1 item (1 leaf).

22 1222

Parker, Horatio W. (Horatio William), (1863-1919), 1916-1917. 4 items (4 leaves).

22 1223

Parra Velasco, Antonio (1900-1994), 1949. 1 item (1 leaf).

22 1224

Parra, Teresa de la (1895-1936), circa 1929-1930. 2 items (2 leaves).

22 1225

Parrington, Vernon Louis (1871-1929), 1928. 1 item (1 leaf).

22 1226

Partido Aprista Peruano, Victor Raúl Haya de la Torre (1895-1979), 1942-1943. 3 items (9 leaves).

22 1227

Passage, Charles, 1954. 1 item (1 leaf).

22 1228

Patton, William J., 1954. 1 item (1 leaf).

22 1229

Paul, Sherman, 1960-1964. 5 items (7 leaves).

22 1230

Paulhan, Jean (1884-1968), 1925-1945. 2 items (2 leaves).

22 1231

Payne, Herbert W., general president, Textile Workers of America, 1947. 1 item (1 leaf).

22 1232

Paz Anchorena, José Maria, 1942. 2 items (2 leaves).

22 1233

Paz, Octavio (1914-1998), 1939. 3 items (3 leaves).

22 1234

Pedroni, José (1899-1968), 1947. 1 item (1 leaf).

22 1235

Pelham Parkway Jewish Center, Jacob Katz, Rabbi, 1945. 2 items (3 leaves).

22 1236

PEN (Organization), 1955. 1 item (1 leaf).

22 1237

People-to-People (Organization), William Faulkner (1897-1962), chairman of the writers group, 1956. 2 items (3 leaves).

22 1238

People's Forum of Montreal, 1945. 3 items (3 leaves).

22 1239

Percal, Jonathan, 1944. 2 items (2 leaves).

22 1240

Pereira, Jandira, 1943. 1 item (1 leaf).

22 1241

Pereyra, Diómedes de, 1930. 1 item (1 leaf).

22 1242

Pérez de Ayala, Ramón (1880-1962), circa 1924. 2 items (2 leaves).

22 1243

Pérez Guerreo, Manuel (1911-), 1948. 1 item (1 leaf).

22 1244

Perrier, Denise Madame, 1947. 1 item (1 leaf).

22 1245

Perry, Robert Leland, circa 1966. 3 items (3 leaves).

22 1246

Peru. Intelectuales y Artistas de Péru, José Carlos Mariategui, 1929. 1 item (3 leaves).

22 1247

Peters, Rollo, 1916-1917. 3 items (3 leaves).

22 1248

Phelps, William Lyon (1885-1943), Yale University, 1908-1923. 9 items (10 leaves).

22 1249

Piacenza, Anita, 1942. 2 items (2 leaves).

22 1250

Picón-Salas, Mariano (1901-1965), 1951-1955. 3 items (4 leaves).

22 1251

Pier, Arthur S., 1953-1964. 3 items (3 leaves).

22 1252

Pierce, Bessie Louise (1888-1974), 1932. 1 item (1 leaf).

22 1253

Pierce, Palmer E., Standard Oil Company, contains one item written by Waldo Frank, 1931. 3 items (5 leaves).

22 1254

Pilley, John, circa 1940. 2 items (2 leaves).

22 1255

Pitts, Rebecca E., 1935-1940. 3 items (4 leaves).

22 1256

Platensis, Mulier, 1942. 1 item (1 leaf).

22 1257

Plaza Lasso, Galo (1906-1986), 1949-1951. 4 items (4 leaves).

22 1258

Politica, Alberto Calvo, executive director, 1959-1966. 6 items (6 leaves).

22 1259

Pontiac Daily Press, Conrad N. Church, editor, 1945. 1 item (1 leaf).

22 1260

Poor, Bessie Brewer, circa 1960. 1 item (1 leaf).

22 1261

Porset, Clara (1895-1981), 1930s, 1933-1937. 18 items (44 leaves).

22 1262

Portala, C. A., 1957. 1 item (1 leaf).

22 1263

Poshkanzer, David C., 1964. 2 items (2 leaves).

22 1264

Potter, Grace, circa 1937. 1 item (1 leaf).

22 1265

Potter, Hugh, circa 1963. 1 item (1 leaf).

22 1266

Powys, Llewelyn (1884-1939). 1 item (1 leaf).

22 1267

Prado, Blanca del, contains poems, 1928-1929. 2 items (2 leaves).

22 1268

Pratt, Julia Follensbee, sister of Eleanor Von Effra, 1942-1963, no date. 26 items (38 leaves).

22 1269

Prensa Latina, contains three items written by Waldo Frank, 1959-1960. 10 items (12 leaves).

22 1270

Price, Emerson, 1947. 2 items (2 leaves).

22 1270-A

Princeton University. Dept. of Modern Languages and Literatures, Ira Owen Wade (1896-), chairman, 1956. 4 items (4 leaves).

22 1271

Princeton University. School of Public Affairs, 1930. 1 item (2 leaves).

22 1272

Producciones Barbachano Ponce, S. A., 1957. 2 items (6 leaves).

22 1273

Proskauer, Joseph M. (Joseph Meyer), (1877-1971), contains one item written by Waldo Frank. 4 items (8 leaves).

22 1274

Provisional Committee for Cuba, Conrad Karmorowski, secretary, no date. 1 item (2 leaves).

22 1275

Provisional Committee on Latin American Affairs, 1954. 1 item (1 leaf).

22 1276

Public Affairs Lecture Bureau, 1961. 2 items (2 leaves).

22 1277

Public Affairs Press, Morris Bartel Schnapper (1912-), executive director, 1961-1966. 3 items (4 leaves).

22 1278

Puccini, Mario (1887-1957), 1931. 1 item (1 leaf).

22 1279

Puche Alvarez, José (1898-1980), 1940. 1 item (1 leaf).

22 1280

Purdy, Harry, 1937. 2 items (2 leaves).

22 1281

Putnam, Nina Wilcox (1888-1962), 1916. 3 items (3 leaves).

22 1282

Putnam, Samuel (1892-1950), 1934-1935. 6 items (9 leaves).

22 1283

Putzel, L. (Leopold) (1855-), no date. 1 item (1 leaf).

22 1284

Quinn, Kerker, 1935. 1 item (1 leaf).

22 1285

Quintanilla, Janie, 1939. 1 item (1 leaf).

22 1286

Quintanilla, Luis (1900-1980), 1957. 1 item (1 leaf).

22 1287

Rabinowitz & Boudin, Leonard Boudin (1912-1989), contains two items written by Waldo Frank, includes United State Supreme Court, October 1959, Waldo Frank v. Christian A. Herter, Secretary of State, 1956-1962. 6 items (11 leaves + 1 printed court petition).

22 1288

Radaelli, Sigfrido Augusto (1909-), 1942. 1 item (1 leaf).

22 1289

Random House (Firm), one letter from William Faulkner on behalf of Random House, 1954-1956. 4 items (4 leaves).

22 1290

Rankine, Annette K., 1916. 2 items (3 leaves).

22 1291

Raub, Ida, circa 1922. 1 item (1 leaf).

22 1292

Reader's Digest Association, Alfred S. Dashell, managing editor, 1941-1942. 2 items (2 leaves).

22 1293

Realidad, Francisco Ayala (1906-2009), editior, 1946. 2 items (2 leaves).

22 1294

Rebolledo, Alvaro (1891-1946), Consul General of Colombia, San Francisco, 1930. 3 items (3 leaves).

22 1295

Redefer, Frederick L. (Frederick Lovatt) (1905-), circa 1953-1954. 2 items (2 leaves).

22 1296

Redfield, Robert (1897-1958), University of Chicago, Dean, 1946. 3 items (3 leaves).

22 1297

Rees, Richard, (1900-), some letters concerning George Orwell, 1930-1967. 80 items (127 leaves).

22 1298-1302

Reglis, Eugen, 1948-1952. 2 items (2 leaves).

23 1303

Reid, Frank C., 1946-1947. 1 item (3 leaves).

23 1304

Reis, Arthur M., one item is a letter to Melville Kane, 1917. 2 items (2 leaves).

23 1305

Reis, Claire R. (Claire Raphael), 1930-1963. 9 items (9 leaves).

23 1306

Reis, Hilda R., circa 1935. 1 item (3 leaves).

23 1306-A

Reiss, Erich (1887-1951), 1931-1948. 6 items (6 leaves).

23 1307

Ressig, Luis (1897-), secretary, Colegio Libre Estudios Superiores (Buenos Aires, Argentina), 1941-1942. 6 items (9 leaves).

23 1308

Rennells, John, husband of Alma Franks sister (?), contains one item written by Waldo Frank, 1939-1956. 4 items (4 leaves).

23 1309

Rennells, Sooch Magoon (Frances Magoon), Alma Frank's sister, contains one item written by Waldo Frank, 1939-1940. 8 items (10 leaves).

23 1310

Resh, Richard W., 1965-1966. 3 items (3 leaves).

23 1311

Restrepo, S., 1930. 2 items (3 leaves).

23 1312

Revista de Occidente (Firm), Fernando Vela (1888-1966), news editor, 1928-1930. 5 items (7 leaves).

23 1313

Reyes, Alfonso (1889-1959), 1924-1957. 45 items (48 leaves).

23 1314-1316

Reyes, Manuela Mota de, 1951-1960. 3 items (3 leaves).

23 1317

Rhine, J. B. (Joseph Banks), (1895-1980), 1958. 1 item (1 leaf).

23 1318

Rieger, Branimir M., letter to Jean Frank, 1970. 1 item (1 leaf).

23 1319

Rio, Amelia del, 1962. 1 item (1 leaf).

23 1320

Río, Angel del (1900-1962), 1930-1957. 5 items (5 leaves).

23 1321

Ríos, Fernando de los (1879-1949), Spain. Embajada (United States), 1936. 2 items (2 leaves).

23 1322

Rivas Mercado, Antonieta, 1929. 6 items (11 leaves).

23 1323

Rivera, José Eustasio (1888-1928), 1928. 1 item (1 leaf).

23 1324

Rivera, José, 1939. 1 item (1 leaf).

23 1325

Rivière, Isabelle (1889-1971), 1925. 1 item (1 leaf).

23 1326

Rivière, Jacques (1886-1925), 1919-1923. 7 items (9 leaves).

23 1327

Roa, Raúl, contains two items written by Waldo Frank, 1960-1961. 8 items (10 leaves).

23 1328

Roa Kouri, Raúl, contains one item written by Waldo Frank, 1960. 3 items (3 leaves).

23 1329

Robert M. McBride & Company, 1928-1940. 2 items (2 leaves).

23 1330

Robeson, Essie (1896-1965), 1938. 2 items (2 leaves).

23 1331

Robson, Ernest M., 1958. 1 item (1 leaf).

23 1332

Robson, John William (1908-), 1960-1967. 9 items (9 leaves).

23 1333

Rockefeller, Nelson A. (Nelson Aldrich), (1908-1979), contains on letter to Van Wyck Brooks, one letter in 1945 regarding Bishop Beck, contains two items written by Waldo Frank, 1940-1952. 14 items (16 leaves).

23 1334

Rocker, Fanny, 1934. 1 item (2 leaves).

23 1335

Rockwell, Margaret, no date. 1 item (3 leaves).

23 1336

Rodell, Marie F. (Marie Fried) (1912-), 1962. 1 item (1 leaf).

23 1337

Rodgers, Cleveland (1895-), 1952. 1 item (1 leaf).

23 1338

Rodrigo, Laureano, one letter from Waldo Frank, circa 1938. 1 item (1 leaf).

23 1339

Rodriguez Aldave, Alfonso, 1941. 1 item (1 leaf).

23 1340

Rodríguez, Augusto, 1965-1967. 2 items (2 leaves).

23 1341

Rodríguez, Carlos Rafael (1913-), 1937. 2 items (4 leaves).

23 1342

Rodriguez, Juan Kochen, 1950-1952. 6 items (12 leaves).

23 1343

Rodríguez, Luis Felipe (1888-1947), 1935-1936. 2 items (2 leaves).

23 1344

Roffé, Violeta, 1951-1970. 5 items (9 leaves).

23 1345

Rogers, Webster, 1954. 1 item (1 leaf).

23 1346

Roland, Charles, contains one item written by Waldo Frank, 1935. 4 items (4 leaves).

23 1347

Rolland, Madeleine (1872-1960), 1922. 2 items (4 leaves).

23 1348

Rolland, Marie Romain, Association des amis de Romain Rolland, 1936-1938. 11 items (12 leaves).

23 1349

Rolland, Romain (1866-1944), contains one item written by Waldo Frank, 1916-1938. 34 items (45 leaves).

23 1350-1352

Romains, Jules (1885-1972), 1917-1923. 13 items (16 leaves).

23 1353

Roosevelt, Eleanor (1884-1962), 1947. 1 item (1 leaf).

23 1354

Roosevelt, Theodore (1887-1944), Doubleday, Doran & Co. 2 items (2 leaves).

23 1355

Roniger, Earl, 1925. 1 item (2 leaves).

23 1356

Root, Arthur, 1941-1951. 14 items (28 leaves).

23 1357

Root, E. Merrill (Edward Merrill) (1895-1973), 1942. 1 item (2 leaves).

23 1358

Rose Polytechnic Institute, 1952. 1 item (1 leaf).

23 1359

Rosen, Victor (1909-), 1951. 3 items (3 leaves).

23 1360

Rosenfeld, Isaac (1918-1956), 1946. 1 item (2 leaves).

23 1361

Rosenfeld, Paul (1890-1946), 1916-1941. 17 items (21 leaves).

23 1362

Rosner, Ronald S., 1966. 1 item (2 leaves).

23 1363

Ross, Nancy Wilson (1901-1986), 1938. 1 item (1 leaf).

23 1364

Ross, Waldo (1926-), 1955. 1 item (1 leaf).

23 1365

Roth, Leon (1896-1963), 1922. 1 item (1 leaf).

23 1366

Rougemont, Denis de (1906-1985), contains two items written by Waldo Frank, 1941. 10 items (16 leaves).

23 1367

Rougemont, Simone de, contains two items written by Waldo Frank, early 1940-1941. 44 items (70 leaves).

23 1368-1369

Roumain, Jacques (1907-1944), 1939. 1 item (1 leaf).

23 1370

Roxanna Wells Lecture Bureau, 1951-1953. 3 items (3 leaves).

23 1371

Royal Norwegian Broadcasting Service, Philip Boardman, consultant, 1940-1941. 2 items (2 leaves).

23 1372

Rubinstein, Rafael, 1932. 1 item (1 leaf).

23 1373

Rugg, Elizabeth, contains one item to Jean Frank, 1960-1968. 3 items (4 leaves).

23 1374

Rugg, Harold Goddard (1883-1957), Dartmouth College, Library, 1939. 2 items (2 leaves).

23 1375

Rugg, Harold Ordway (1886-1960), 1931-1953. 17 items (23 leaves).

23 1376

Ruiz, Cortines, Adolfo (1890-1973), correspondence from Waldo Frank, 1957. 1 item (1 leaf).

23 1377

Rukeyser, Muriel (1913-1980), 1939. 1 item (1 leaf).

23 1378

S. S. Koppe & Company, 1953. 1 item (3 leaves).

24 1379

Sábato, Ernesto R., 1946. 1 item (1 leaf).

24 1380

Sabogal, José (1888-1956), 1930. 3 items (6 leaves).

24 1381

Sacks, Claire, 1955. 2 items (2 leaves).

24 1382

Sacks, Harold H. (Harold Howard), 1951-1952. 4 items (4 leaves).

24 1383

Sánez, Moisés (1888-1941), 1929. 2 items (2 leaves).

24 1384

Sagamore Press, 1957. 2 items (2 leaves).

24 1385

Saint-John Perse (1887-1975), 1954. 1 item (3 leaves).

24 1386

St. Lukes School (New York, N.Y.), 1955-1961. 7 items (10 leaves).

24 1387

Saint-Phalle, Maria, after 1942. 1 item (2 leaves).

24 1388

Salemson, Harold J., 1931-1935. 4 items (4 leaves).

24 1389

Salerno, George, 1959. 1 item (1 leaf).

24 1390

Salt, Peter (Sydney), 1958. 2 items (2 leaves).

24 1391

Saltonstall, Leverett (1892-1979), contains one item written by Waldo Frank and one item written by Jean Frank, 1951-1954. 3 items (4 leaves).

24 1392

Salvan, Alice, circa 1925. 1 item (1 leaf).

24 1393

Salvatierra, Manolo A., artist known as MAS, contains copies of testimonials by Alfonso Reyes, Leon-Felipe, and Carlos Merida, 1949-1960. 13 items (47 leaves).

24 1394

Sam Jaffe Agency, 1948. 1 item (1 leaf).

24 1395

Sams, Mary Ellen, 1962. 1 item (3 leaves).

24 1396

Samuel, Maurice (1895-1972), 1923-1944. 3 items (3 leaves).

24 1397

Sánchez Barbudo, Antonio, 1944. 2 items (2 leaves).

24 1398

Sánchez, Luis Alberto (1900-1994), Editorial Ercilla, Folder 1402 contains photocopies and photostats of letters from Waldo Frank, 1929-1967. 71 items (56 leaves).

24 1399-1402

Sandburg, Carl (1878-1967), 1921-1953. 7 items (8 leaves).

24 1403

Sanín Cano, Baldomero (1861-1957), 1925-1955. 23 items (52 leaves).

24 1404-1405

Santamana, Haydée, 1960. 2 items (2 leaves).

24 1406

Sarah Lawrence College, Public Affairs Forum, 1960. 1 item (1 leaf).

24 1407

Sardeau, Hélène (1899-1969), 1967. 2 items (2 leaves).

24 1408

Sarmiento, Marta G., 1942. 2 items (2 leaves).

24 1409

Saturday Evening Post, 1941-1956. 2 items (2 leaves).

24 1410

Saturday Review, 1951-1961. 5 items (5 leaves).

24 1411

Savage, Léo, 1962. 1 item (1 leaf).

24 1412

Savitzky, Ludmila (1881-1957), 1928-1930. 7 items (13 leaves).

24 1413

Sayn, Pierre, 1923-1930. 13 items (14 leaves).

24 1414

Schartle, Patricia, literary agent, 1963. 2 items (3 leaves).

24 1415

Schevill, James Edwin (1920-), 1950. 1 item (1 leaf).

24 1416

Schimmel, Harold, circa 1965. 1 item (1 leaf).

24 1417

Schlesinger, Arthur M. (Arthur Meier), (1917-2007), contains one item written by Waldo Frank, 1954-1961. 6 items (13 leaves).

24 1418

Schonbauer, Henry, Hungarian sculptor, born in 1894, one postcard has a drawing on front, introduction in exhibition brochure written by Waldo Frank, 1953-1956. 4 items (4 leaves + 1 exhibition brouchure).

24 1419

Schorer, Mark (1908-1977), 1959-1962. 4 items (4 leaves).

24 1420

Schulman, Samuel (1864-1955), 1926. 1 item (2 leaves).

24 1421

Schumacher, Laura Mariani, 1940-1966. 10 items (16 leaves).

24 1422

Schwab, Arnold T., 1951. 3 items (3 leaves).

24 1423

Schwartz, Alan, letter to Jean Frank, 1973. 1 item (1 leaf).

24 1424

Schwartzman, Gertie, letter to Jean Frank, 1967. 1 item (1 leaf).

24 1425

Schwarzschild, Stephen, 1954. 1 item (1 leaf).

24 1426

Schwerin,, 1946. 1 item (1 leaf).

24 1427

Scott, Cyril (1879-1970), circa 1922. 1 item (2 leaves).

24 1428

Scott, Evelyn (1893-1963), contains her critique of Rehab, 1922-1954. 59 items (94 leaves).

24 1429-1431

Scott, Temple (1864-1939), 1934. 1 item (1 leaf).

24 1432

Seabury, Paul, 1941. 1 item (2 leaves).

24 1433

Segal, Linda, 1958. 3 items (3 leaves).

24 1434

Segers, Michael, 1936. 1 item (1 leaf).

24 1435

Seidenberg, Catherine, circa 1962. 1 item (1 leaf).

24 1436

Seidenberg, Roderick (1889-1974), contains 98 items written by Waldo Frank, correspondence after 1966 is addressed to Jean Frank, 1920-1970. 217 items (261 leaves).

24-25 1437-1447

Seldes, Gilbert (1893-1970), contains three items written by Waldo Frank, 1942-1964. 7 items (9 leaves).

25 1448

Seldon, Ed, 1940. 1 item (6 leaves).

25 1449

Selwyn & Company, 1913-1914. 2 items (2 leaves).

25 1450

Sender, Ramón José (1901-1982), correspondence from Waldo Frank, 1938. 1 item (2 leaves).

25 1451

Seoane, Manuel (1900-1963), 1942. 1 item (1 leaf).

25 1452

Serri, Frank, 1966. 1 item (1 leaf).

25 1453

70th Aniversario de José Carlos Mariátegui, 1965. 1 item (1 leaf).

25 1454

Sforza, Carlo, conte (1872-1952), 1935-1936. 2 items (3 leaves).

25 1455

Sharaf, Dhul, 1944. 1 item (1 leaf).

25 1456

Sharpe, Mitchell R., 1954. 2 items (6 leaves).

25 1457

Shaw, Norman W., 1931. 1 item (1 leaf).

25 1458

Shay, Edith, 1954. 1 item (1 leaf).

25 1459

Sheffield, Marion, 1922. 1 item (1 leaf).

25 1460

Shelby, Clarence Levi, 1958. 1 item (2 leaves).

25 1461

Sherman, Stuart Pratt (1881-1926), 1922. 1 item (1 leaf).

25 1462

Shields, Beatrice, 1936. 4 items (7 leaves).

25 1463

Sholtis, Gwenne Dorothy, 1944. 1 items (2 leaves).

25 1464

Shuster, George N. (George Nauman), (1894-1977), 1944. 2 items (2 leaves).

25 1465

Sicroff, Albert A., circa 1951. 1 item (1 leaf).

25 1466

Siegel, Eli (1902-1978), 1961. 1 item (2 leaves).

25 1467

Siegfried, André (1875-1959), 1929. 1 item (1 leaf).

25 1468

Sills, Esther, 1955. 1 item (1 leaf).

25 1469

Silva Herzog, Jesús (1892-1985), 1943-1950. 3 items (3 leaves).

25 1470

Silven, J., no date. 1 item (1 leaf).

25 1471

Silver, Abba-Hillel (1893-1963), 1947. 1 item (1 leaf).

25 1472

Silver, David, 1954. 1 item (2 leaves).

25 1473

Sime, J. G. (Jessie Georgina), (1868-1958), 1945. 1 item (1 leaf).

25 1474

Simon and Schuster, inc., 1966. 1 item (1 leaf).

25 1475

Simonson, Lee (1888-1967), circa 1916-circa 1918. 9 items (13 leaves).

25 1476

Sinclair, Upton (1878-1968), 1927-1945. 3 items (4 leaves).

25 1477

Siqueiros, David Alfonso, 1964. 1 item (2 leaves).

25 1478

Sismanis, Leonidas G., 1945. 1 items (3 leaves).

25 1479

Skolnick, Louis, 1926. 1 item (2 leaves).

25 1480

Slade, John A., 1964. 1 item (1 leaf).

25 1481

Sloan, Peggy, circa 1938. 3 items (3 leaves).

25 1482

Slochower, Harry (1900-), 1966. 1 item (1 leaf).

25 1483

Slonimsky, Henry (1884-1970), 1945. 1 item (9 leaves).

25 1484

Smart Set Company, 1915. 1 item (1 leaf).

25 1485

Smith, Anthony Wayne, executive secretary National Parks Association (U.S.), 1946-1966. 36 items (51 leaves + 1 brochure).

25 1486-1487

Smith, Page, 1939-circa 1941. 5 items (6 leaves).

25 1488

Smith, Ralph Lee, 1961. 1 item (1 leaf).

25 1489

Smith, Warren Allen, contains one item written by Waldo Frank, 1956. 2 items (2 leaves).

25 1490

Snappy Stories, 1916. 2 items (2 leaves).

25 1491

Snider, Olive O., possibly the sister of Kathryn Snider Cornell, 1912. 1 item (2 leaves).

25 1492

Snow, David L., 1943. 1 item (1 leaf).

25 1493

Snyder, Margaret Irene (1896-), 1940. 1 item (1 leaf).

25 1494

Sobczak, Ronald, 1963. 1 item (1 leaf).

25 1495

Sobell, Helen, regarding Morton Sobell, contains two items written by Waldo Frank, 1955-1960. 11 items (12 leaves).

25 1496

Sobell, Morton, 1955. 1 item (2 leaves).

25 1497

Sociedad Hebraica Argentina, 1967. 1 item (1 leaf).

25 1498

Sociedades Hispanas Confederadas de los Estados de Norte América, 1942. 1 item (1 leaf).

25 1499

Société de auteurs et compositeurs dramatiques (France), 1953. 7 items (7 leaves).

25 1500

Société européenne de culture, 1953. 3 items (3 leaves).

25 1501

Société pour l'administration du droit de reproduction mécanique de auteurs compositeurs & éditeurs (société civile) S.D.R.M., 1959. 2 items (3 leaves).

25 1502

Solidaridad Obrera, 1938. 2 items (3 leaves).

25 1503

Solow, Herbert (1903-1964), 1937. 3 items (6 leaves).

25 1504

Sommers, Nancy, 1959. 1 item (4 leaves).

25 1505

Sonntag, Joseph K., 1950. 1 item (1 leaf + 1 brochure).

25 1506

Soto, Luis Emilio, 1942. 1 item (1 leaf).

25 1507

Spanish Refugee Aid (Organization), Nancy Macdonald, contains one item written by Waldo Frank, 1952-1963. 7 items (12 leaves).

25 1508

Speakman, D., 1947. 1 item (2 leaves).

25 1509

Speer, Robert K., New York University. School of Education, 1930. 2 items (4 leaves).

25 1510

Sperber, ?, 1927. 1 item (1 leaf).

25 1511

Spiette, Dorathea, 1940. 1 item (1 leaf).

25 1512

Spiller, Robert Ernest (1896-1988), 1952-1963. 5 items (8 leaves).

25 1513

Spingarn, Joel Elias (1875-1939), 1923. 1 item (1 leaf).

25 1514

Spire, André, 1941. 1 item (2 leaves).

25 1515

Spolek ceskych spisovate lu belletristh Máje Nakladatelské druzstvo, 1949. 1 item (1 leaf).

25 1516

Staininger, Otto, 1960-1962. 22 items (24 leaves).

25 1517

Standard, Mr., correspondence from Waldo Frank, 1960. 1 item (1 leaf).

25 1518

Starobin, Joseph R. (Joseph Robert) (1913-1976), 1955-1967. 4 items (4 leaves).

26 1519

Stein, Leo (1872-1947), 1920s. 8 items (12 leaves).

26 1520

Stern, Lucille, 1957-circa 1960. 8 items (9 leaves).

26 1521

Stern, Seymour, 1933-1939. 4 items (6 leaves).

26 1522

Stettner, Irving (1922-), 1946. 1 item (1 leaf).

26 1523

Stevenson, Adlai E. (Adlai Ewing) (1900-1965), contains one item written by Waldo Frank, 1958. 2 items (3 leaves).

26 1524

Stieglitz, Alfred (1864-1946), 1917-1944. 123 items (324 leaves + 1 photograph pasted on letter).

26 1525-1537

Stix, Hans, circa 1916. 1 item (2 leaves).

26 1538

Stochek, band and string instruments, 1956. 1 item (1 leaf).

26 1539

Story, Hallie and Whit Barnett, editors, 1966. 1 item (1 leaf).

26 1540

Story, Arthur. 1 item (1 leaf).

26 1541

Straight, Beatrice, 1938-1939. 5 items (6 leaves).

26 1542

Straus, Robert Kenneth, 1931. 3 items (3 leaves).

26 1543

Student Peace Union (U.S.), 1962. 1 item (1 leaf).

26 1544

Stuttgarter Rundschau, 1949. 1 item (1 leaf).

26 1545

Suarès, Carlo, 1932. 1 item (2 leaves).

26 1546

Sullivan, Lloyd L., 1954. 2 items (6 leaves).

26 1547

Summers, Robert (d. 1972), Philadelphia Playwrights' Company. 3 items (3 leaves).

26 1548

SUR dirigida por Victoria Ocampo, 1938. 1 item (1 leaf).

26 1549

Suther, Marshall Edward (1918-), 1954. 2 items (2 leaves).

26 1550

Sutton, William Alfred (1915-), 1964. 2 items (2 leaves).

26 1551

Swanberg, W. A. (William Andrew) (1907-1992), 1963-1965. 2 items (2 leaves).

26 1552

Sykes, Gerald (1903-), 1932-1962. 9 items (10 leaves).

26 1553

Sykes, Peter M., 1960-1961. 7 items (7 leaves).

26 1554

Sylvester, Harry (1908-), 1947. 1 item (1 leaf).

26 1555

Symons, Arthur (1865-1945), 1917. 2 items (2 leaves).

26 1556

Syracuse University Library, 1963. 2 items (2 leaves).

26 1557

Szebenyei, Joseph, 1922. 1 item (1 leaf).

26 1558

Szold-Fritz Berradine, 1927. 4 items (6 leaves).

26 1559

Taber, Robert, 1960. 3 items (5 leaves).

26 1560

Taggard, Genevieve (1894-1948), circa 1933-1936. 3 items (8 leaves).

26 1561

Tate, Allen (1899-1971), 1932-1933. 2 items (3 leaves).

26 1562

Taub, Allan, 1961. 1 item (4 leaves).

26 1563

Taylor, William Palmer, 1954. 1 item (2 leaves).

26 1564

Tead, Ordway (1891-1973), 1938. 1 item (1 leaf).

26 1565

Teall, Dorothy, 1933. 1 item (1 leaf).

26 1566

Tekhniyon, Makon teckhnologi le Yisrael, Alpert, Carl (1913-), 1956. 1 item (1 leaf).

26 1567

Temple Beth El (Fall River, Massachusetts), 1945. 1 item (1 leaf).

26 1568

Temple Emanu-El (New York, N.Y.), 1946. 1 item (1 leaf).

26 1569

Téry, Simone, 1935-1941. 14 items (35 leaves).

26 1570

Thibert, E. Anderson, 1947. 1 item (1 leaf).

27 1571

Thomas, Augustus (1857-1934), 1911. 1 item (1 leaf).

27 1572

Thomas, Louis (1892-1989), 1925. 1 item (1 leaf).

27 1573

Thomas Y. Crowell & Co., 1961. 1 item (1 leaf).

27 1574

Thompson, Dorothy (1893-1961), 1942-1952. 2 items (2 leaves).

27 1575

Thompson, H. K., agent for Rockwell Kent (1882-1971), 1963. 1 item (1 leaf).

27 1576

Thompson, Luther S., 1964-1965. 5 items (9 leaves).

27 1577

Thomson, Charles A. (Charles Alexander) (1893-1961), United States. Dept. of State, contains one item written by Waldo Frank, 1942. 2 items (2 leaves).

27 1578

El Teimpo, 1955. 1 item (2 leaves).

27 1579

Tiempo, César (1906-), 1942. 1 item (1 leaf).

27 1580

Tighe, Helen (1903-2002), 1922. 1 item (1 leaf).

27 1581

Tighe, Margot, 1913-circa 1916. 32 items (69 leaves).

27 1582-1583

Tinker, Chauncey Brewster (1876-1963), 1910-1953. 5 items (5 leaves).

27 1584

Tioli, Giorgio B., 1955. 1 item (5 leaves).

27 1585

Toms, Mary H., 1957. 1 item (1 leaf).

27 1586

Tonner, George, 1954. 1 item (3 leaves).

27 1587

Toomer, Jean (1894-1967), contains poems by Toomer, 1921-1924. 47 items (72 leaves).

27 1588-1591

Topete, Everardo, 1937. 2 items (2 leaves).

27 1592

Torah Scholarship Fund on Behalf of the Jewish Theological Seminary of America, 1947. 1 item (1 leaf).

27 1593

Tornú de Rojas Paz, Sara, 1933. 1 item (1 leaf).

27 1594

Torrendell, Juan (1869-), 1928. 1 item (1 leaf).

27 1595

Torres Bodet, Jamie (1902-1972), 1929. 1 item (1 leaf).

27 1596

Toriano, Rodrigo, 1938. 1 item (1 leaf).

27 1597

Troyho, Jacinto, 1940-1943. 5 items (6 leaves).

27 1598

Tov, Moshé A., 1959-1960. 3 items (3 leaves).

27 1599

Trachtenberg, Alan, correspondence to Jean Frank, 1970-1973. 4 items (4 leaves).

27 1600

Trachtenberg, Alexander (1894-1966), 1936. 2 items (4 leaves).

27 1601

Tracy, Francis G., 1940. 1 item (2 leaves).

27 1602

Travel Bureau, Inc., 1950. 1 item (1 leaf).

27 1603

Troíanovskii, A. (Aleksandr) (1882-1955), 1935. 2 items (3 leaves).

27 1604

Trotsky, Leon (1879-1940), 1937. 1 item (1 leaf).

27 1605

Truex, Robert Merriam, circa 1938. 1 item (1 leaf).

27 1606

Tsiang, H. T., includes typescript poems, 1934-1941. 4 items (4 leaves).

27 1607

Turnbull, Andrew (1921-), 1964. 3 items (3 leaves).

27 1609

Turpin, Renée, 1956. 1 item (1 leaf).

27 1610

Twentieth Century Fund, 1952. 1 item (1 leaf).

27 1611

Tyner, Charles, 1965. 1 item (1 leaf).

27 1612

Ulloa y Sotomayor, Alberto (1892-1975), 1929. 1 item (2 leaves).

27 1613

Umaña Bernal, José (1900-), contains typescript of essay Regreso a la libertad, 1952. 2 items (11 leaves).

27 1614

Unamuno, Miguel de (1864-1936), 1928. 1 item (1 leaf).

27 1615

Union Argentina de Mujeres, 1942. 1 item (1 leaf).

27 1616

Union Circulation Company, 1953. 1 item (1 leaf).

27 1617

Union for Democratic Action, James Loeb, executive secretary, 1942. 4 items (6 leaves).

27 1618

Union Popular Agraria Dominicana (Venezuela), 1942. 1 item (3 leaves).

27 1619

Unitarian Universalist Association See also Beacon Press and the American Civil Liberties Union, 1961. 1 item (2 leaves).

27 1620

Unitarian-Universalist Pacifist Fellowship, 1956. 1 item (1 leaf).

27 1621

United Jewish Welfare Fund, 1946-1947. 3 items (3 leaves).

27 1622

United Nations, 1952. 2 items (2 leaves).

27 1623

United States Coast Guard Academy, 1945. 1 item (1 leaf).

27 1624

United States Congress. Senate, 1948. 1 item (1 leaf).

27 1625

United States. Congress. Senate. Committee on the Judiciary. Subcommittee to Investigate the Administration of the Internal Security Act and Other International Security Laws, concerning Fidel Castro and Cuba, contains one item written by Waldo Frank, 1962-1963. 4 items (6 leaves).

27 1626

United States. Dept. of State, Laurence Duggan (1905-1948), adviser on Political Relations, 1942. 1 item (1 leaf).

27 1627

United States Embassy (Chile), Claude Gernade Bowers (1879-1955), American Ambassador, 1951. 1 item (1 leaf).

27 1628

United States. Foreign Service, 1948-1952. 2 items (2 leaves).

27 1629

United States. National Park Service, Robert F. Gibbs, superintendent, 1963. 1 item (1 leaf).

27 1630

United States. Office of the Coordinator of Commercial and Cultural Relations between the American Republics, John Peale Bishop (1892-1944), director, publications program, contains three items written by Waldo Frank, 1940-1941. 7 items (9 leaves).

27 1631

United States. Office of the Coordinator of Inter-American Affairs, contains one item written by Waldo Frank, 1942-1943. 7 items (7 leaves).

27 1632

United States. Passport Office, contain two Items written by Waldo Frank, 1942-1957. 6 items (9 leaves).

27 1633

United States. Post Office Dept. Solicitor, 1959. 3 items (4 leaves).

27 1634

United States. President (1933-1945. Roosevelt), correspondence from Waldo Frank, 1933. 3 items (5 leaves).

27 1635

United States. President (1945-1953. Truman), letter from Waldo Frank, 1952. 1 item (1 leaf).

27 1636

United States. President (1953-1961. Eisenhower), letter from Waldo Frank regarding Morton Sobell, circa 1959. 1 item (3 leaves).

27 1637

United States. Social Security Administration, contains one item written by Waldo Frank, 1965. 2 items (4 leaves).

27 1638

Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México, 1955. 1 item (1 leaf).

27 1639

Universidad Nacional Córdoba, 1942. 1 item (1 leaf).

27 1640

University of Colorado, Boulder. Conference on World Affairs, Howard Higman, chairman, 1963. 3 items (3 leaves).

27 1641

University of Houston. Forum, 1963. 2 items (2 leaves).

27 1642

University of Massachusetts Press, correspondence with Jean Frank, contains two items written by Jean Frank, 1969-1972. 17 items (17 leaves + 1 brochure).

27 1643

University of North Carolina Press, 1949. 2 items (2 leaves).

27 1644

University of Pennsylvania. Institute of Humanistic Studies for Executives, Morse Peckham, director, 1953-1954. 7 items (7 leaves).

27 1645

University of Puerto Rico (1903-1966). Chancellor, contains one item written by Waldo Frank, 1948. 5 items (6 leaves).

27 1646

University of Puerto Rico (1903-1966). Dept. of English, 1943-1944. 3 items (3 leaves).

27 1647

University of Texas. Humanities Research Center, F. W. Roberts, director, 1962. 1 item (1 leaf).

27 1648

University of Wisconsin Press, 1955. 1 item (1 leaf).

27 1649

Unterecker, John (1922-1989), 1960-1963. 2 items (3 leaves).

27 1650

Untermeyer, Jean Starr (1886-1970), 1945-1948. 4 items (6 leaves).

27 1651

Untermeyer, Louis (1885-1977), 1916-1924. 10 items (10 leaves).

27 1652

Uruguay. Ministerio de Salud Publica, 1942. 1 item (1 leaf).

27 1653

Valcárcel, Doris, there is a note by Gustavo Valcárcel (1921-) at the end of the letter, 1942. 1 item (1 leaf).

28 1654

Valcárcel, Luis E. (Luis Eduardo) (1891-1987), 1929-1930. 2 items (2 leaves).

28 1655

Valencia de Uruburu, Luz, 1949. 2 items (6 leaves).

28 1656

Valenzuela, Victor M., 1955. 1 item (1 leaf).

28 1657

Valle, Rafael Heliodoro (1891-1959), 1937. 1 item (1 leaf).

28 1658

Vance, Y. W. (Yandray Wilson), 1946. 1 item (1 leaf).

28 1659

Vanderlip, Narcissa Cox (1880-1966), no date. 1 item (1 leaf).

28 1660

Van Doren, Carl (1885-1956), 1934. 1 item (1 leaf).

28 1661

Van Doren, Mark (1894-1972), 1945. 1 item (1 leaf).

28 1662

Van Loon, Gerard Willem (1911-), 1957. 2 items (2 leaves).

28 1663

Van Paassen, Pierre (1895-1968), 1942. 1 item (2 leaves).

28 1664

Varela, Luís, 1957. 2 items (3 leaves).

28 1665

Vasconcelos, José (1881-1959), 1928-1958. 7 items (11 leaves).

28 1666

Vázquez Vela, G., 1937. 1 item (1 leaf).

28 1667

Vega, Gabriel de la, 1966. 1 item (1 leaf).

28 1668

Velikovsky, Immanuel (1895-1979), 1955-1956. 2 items (2 leaves).

28 1669

Venezuela. Consulado General (New York, N.Y.), contains one item written by Waldo Frank, 1948-1951. 11 items (11 leaves).

28 1670

Venezuela. Embajada (U.S.), 1948. 1 item (1 leaf).

28 1671

Venezuela. Ministerio de Educación Nacional contains 10 items written by Waldo Frank, 1948-1952. 33 items (38 leaves).

28 1672-1673

Venezuela. President (1948: Gallegos), contains two items written by Waldo Frank, 1948-1951. 4 items (5 leaves).

28 1674

Venture Publications, Inc., 1956-1960. 9 items (16 leaves).

28 1675

Vergara, Mario, 1944. 1 item (2 leaves).

28 1676

Vergara Editorial, 1961. 2 items (2 leaves).

28 1677

Verissimo, Erico (1905-1975), contains a typescript of a lecture by Verissimo entitled Lanterns in the wood, 1943-1944. 3 items (10 leaves).

28 1678

Victor Gollancz, Ltd., 1938-1953. 5 items (8 leaves).

28 1679

Vientós Gastón, Patrea, 1960. 1 item (2 leaves).

28 1680

Vildrac, Charles (1882-1971), 1929-1949. 2 items (3 leaves).

28 1681

Villard, Oswald Garrison (1872-1949), 1924-1930. 2 items (2 leaves).

28 1682

Visión, 1951. 1 item (1 leaf).

28 1683

Von Effra, Eleanor, 1942-1943. 6 items (7 leaves).

28 1684

Von Wiegand, Charmion, 1931-1932. 4 items (5 leaves).

28 1685

Vorse, Mary Heaton (1874-1966), circa 1933-circa 1949. 4 items (4 leaves).

28 1686

Vrba, Frank, Czechoslovakian Consul Genral, 1947-1949. 10 items (14 leaves).

28 1687

Wadin, P. A., 1953. 1 item (1 leaf).

28 1688

Wainer, Samuel (1912-1980), 1942-1944. 3 items (3 leaves).

28 1689

Wal, G. Van der, 1959. 1 item (1 leaf).

28 1690

The Walden School, contains a transcript of Waldo Frank's 1939 address to the school, 1939-1946. 5 item (17 leaves).

28 1691-1692

Walker, Adelaide, circa 1937. 1 item (3 leaves).

28 1693

Walker, Cam, 1963. 1 item (1 leaf).

28 1694

Walker, Charles R. (Charles Rumford) (1893-1974), contains one item written by Waldo Frank, 1937. 3 items (5 leaves).

28 1695

Wallace, Henry A. (Henry Agard) (1888-1965), contains one item written by Waldo Frank, 1942-1946. 4 items (5 leaves).

28 1696

Walpole, Hugh, Sir (1884-1941), 1923. 1 item (1 leaf).

28 1697

Wandell, Jack, includes a typescript of a poem, circa 1960. 1 item (5 leaves).

28 1698

War Resisters League, David McReynolds, contains a copy of McReynols essay, Memo on tentative thoughts on the impeachment of Johnson, 1966. 1 item (6 leaves).

28 1699

Ward, Theresa Wolfson, 1955. 1 item (1 leaf).

28 1700

Warfel, Harry R. (Harry Redcay) (1899-1971), 1949. 2 items (2 leaves).

28 1701

Washington Square Press (New York, N.Y.), 1966. 1 item (1 leaf).

28 1702

Wasserman, Jakob (1873-1934), 1922. 1 item (1 leaf).

28 1703

Wasserman, Marta Karlweis, 1940. 1 item (1 leaf).

28 1704

Waterman, Thomas T., 1954. 1 item (1 leaf).

28 1705

Watts, Alan (1915-1973), 1962. 1 item (2 leaves).

28 1706

WBAI Radio (New York, N.Y.), Dick Elman, director of drama and literature, 1962. 2 items (2 leaves).

28 1707

W. Colston Leigh, Inc., W. Colston Leigh, president, contains eight items written by Waldo Frank1940, 1940-1947. 36 items (47 leaves).

28 1708-1709

W. D. Chapman & Co., Inc., insurance advisors and brokers, 1953-1955. 6 items (6 leaves).

28 1710

Weaver, Diana, 1938. 3 items (5 leaves).

28 1711

Weaver, Eunice G., 1934. 1 item (1 leaf).

28 1712

Weaver, Michael, 1965. 2 items (3 leaves).

28 1713

Webber, Joseph T., 1934. 1 item (3 leaves).

28 1714

Weber, Brom (1917-1988), 1947-1952. 3 items (3 leaves).

28 1715

Weber de Kurlat, Frida, 1942. 3 items (4 leaves).

28 1716

Weinstein, Carl N., contains one item written by Waldo Frank, 1936. 2 items (3 leaves).

28 1717

Weinstein, Jacob J., Rabbi of Kehilath Anshe Maariv Temple (Chicago, Ill.), 1947. 2 items (2 leaves + 1 program).

28 1718

Weiss, Philip, 1954. 1 item (2 leaves).

28 1719

Weizmann, Chaim (1874-1952), 1927-1928. 3 items (4 leaves).

28 1720

Welles, Sumner (1892-1961), United States. Under Secretary of State, 1942. 3 items (4 leaves).

28 1721

Wetham, Fredric (1895-1981), 1958. 1 item (1 leaf).

28 1722

West, Thomas R. (Thomas Reed) (1936-), 1966. 5 items (7 leaves).

28 1723

Weston, Edward (1886-1958), circa 1930. 1 item (1 leaf).

28 1724

Wheeler, Curtis, 1916. 1 item (1 leaf).

28 1725

Wheeler, J. M., 1954. 1 item (3 leaves).

28 1726

Whipple, Edward, astrological profiles of Margaret Naumburg and Waldo Frank, includes an astrological chart, 1916. 1 item (21 leaves).

28 1727

White, Ray Lewis, 1965-1966. 4 items (4 leaves).

28 1728

Who's Who in the State of Israel, 1954. 1 item (1 leaf).

28 1729

Wicker, C. V. (Cecil Vivian) (1895-), 1947. 1 item (1 leaf).

28 1730

Wiener, Norbert (1894-1964), 1950-1953. 3 items (5 leaves).

28 1731

Wigglesworth, Leone, circa 1961. 1 item (1 leaf).

28 1732

Wilkins, Jerome, 1954. 1 item (3 leaves).

28 1733

Wilkinson, John W., 1960. 1 item (1 leaf).

28 1734

Willi Weissmann Verlag, 1948-1953. 21 items (23 leaves).

28 1735

Williams, Lucita, 1954. 1 item (1 leaf).

28 1736

Williams, Peggy Ann, 1933. 1 item (1 leaf).

28 1737

Williams, Stanley Thomas (1888-1956), 1951-1953. 5 items (7 leaves).

28 1738

Williams, Carlos Williams (1883-1963), 1919-1957. 5 items (6 leaves).

28 1739

Willingham, John R., contains twenty-four items written by Waldo Frank, 1953-1967. 74 items (120 leaves).

29 1740-1743

Willis, William S., regarding the formation of the American Committee for the Centenary of Romain Rolland, 1966. 1 item (2 leaves).

29 1744

Wilson, Edmund (1895-1972), contains one item written by Waldo Frank, 1932-1964. 25 items (48 leaves).

29 1745-1746

Wilson, Rosalind, 1961-1967. 17 items (30 leaves).

29 1747

Winant, John G. (John Gilbert) (1889-1947), 1941. 1 item (1 leaf).

29 1748

Winner, Percy (1899-), 1952. 1 item (1 leaf).

29 1749

Winston, Clara, 1952. 1 item (1 leaf).

29 1750

Wise, Stephen Samuel (1874-1949, 1941-circa 1944. 2 items (2 leaves).

29 1751

Wolf, Arnold Jacob, 1945-1967. 4 items (8 leaves).

29 1752

Wolf, Ben, 1957-1967. 5 items (8 leaves).

29 1753

Wolfe, Thomas (1900-1938), a copy of Wolfe's last know correspondence to Maxwell Perkins, 1938. 1 item (1 leaf).

29 1754

Wolff, William Almon (1885-1933), 1917. 1 item (1 leaf).

29 1755

Womack, Prentise, circa 1955. 1 item (1 leaf).

29 1756

Women's Art Society (Montreal, Canada), 1945. 1 item (2 leaves).

29 1757

Woodmere Academy Upper School, 1930. 3 items (3 leaves).

29 1758

Woodward, Cleveland L., 1962-1967. 5 items (9 leaves).

29 1759

Woodward, Henry L. (Henry Lynde) (1908-1998), chair, Dept. of Music, Carleton College, 1952. 1 item (1 leaf).

29 1760

Woolf, Samuel, 1959. 1 item (2 leaves).

29 1761

World Education (Organization, U.S.), 1960. 1 item (1 leaf).

29 1762

Wright, Richard (1908-1960), 1939-1947. 4 items (7 leaves).

29 1763

Wright, William H., concerning Hart Crane, 1933. 1 item (3 leaves).

29 1764

Wyckoff, Leah L., 1917-1919. 2 items (2 leaves).

29 1765

Xirau, Joaquím (1895-), 1941. 1 item (1 leaf).

29 1766

Yaddo (Artist's Colony), Elizabeth Ames (1885-1977), executive director, 1963. 3 items (3 leaves).

29 1767

Yale University, Office of the President, class of 1911, contains one item written by Waldo Frank, 1935-1967. 3 items (4 leaves).

29 1768

Yale University. Library, contains one item written by Waldo Frank, 1951-1964. 6 items (6 leaves).

29 1769

Yale University Press, concerning Waldo Frank's mss. The spirit of modern French letters, 1912. 2 items (5 leaves).

29 1770

Yarmolinsky, Avrahm (1890-1975), 1936. 1 item (1 leaf).

29 1771

Young, Art (1866-1943), 1934-1936. 4 items (4 leaves).

29 1772

Young, Glenn A., 1940. 1 item (1 leaf).

29 1773

Young, Ladine, (1906-), signed letters as Deene, 1931-1938, 1930s. 57 items (72 leaves).

29 1774-1776

Young, Stark (1881-1963), circa 1926-1934. 1 item (1 leaf).

29 1777

Young's Magazine, 1914. 1 item (1 leaf).

29 1778

Zalamea, Jorge (1905-), 1953. 1 item (1 leaf).

29 1779

Zambrano, María, 1939-1941. 16 items (16 leaves).

29 1780

Zangwill, Israel (1864-1926), 1917. 2 items (2 leaves).

29 1781

Zequeira Rios, Alfonso, 1959. 1 items (2 leaves).

29 1782

Unidentified and miscellaneous correspondence, Folders 1783-1802 are arranged alphabetically by first name, 1913-1961. 1 .

29 1783-1806

B. Family correspondence.

Caplan, Ralph, son-in-law of Waldo Frank, married Deborah Frank in 1956.

Box Folder

Caplan, Ralph, letters to Waldo Frank, 1956-1958.

30 1807

Frank, Alma, nee Alma Magoon, second wife of Waldo Frank they married in 1927.

Box Folder

Frank, Waldo, letters between Alma and Waldo Frank are arranged chronologically., 1927-1950.

30-32 1808-1868

Beacon Hill School, letters to Alma Frank, 1938-1939.

32 1869

Frank, Helene, letters with Alma Frank, 1939.

32 1870

Frank, Julian J., letters from Alma Frank, circa 1927.

32 1871

Frank, Lawrence K. (Lawrence Kelso) (1890-1968), letters from Alma Frank, 1926-1936.

32 1872

Goldsmith, Enid Frank, letters to Alma Frank, 1938.

32 1873

Hoben, Margaret Pollitzer, letter to Alma Frank, 1934.

32 1874

Jacobs, Earl, letters with Alma Frank concerning Michal Frank, 1947.

32 1875

Liss, Edward, letters to Alma Frank, 1935.

32 1876

Manufacturers Trust Company, letter to Alma Frank, 1930.

32 1877

Martin, Pauline, letter to Alma Frank, 1935.

32 1878

Mensendieck, Bess M., letters with Alma Frank, includes a contract, 1934-1935.

32 1879

Naumburg, Margaret (b. 1890), letters with Alma Frank, 1935.

32 1880

The Putney School, letters with Alma Frank, 1944-1945.

32 1881

Slade, C. Arnold (Caleb Arnold) (1882-1961), letter to Alma Frank, 1932.

32 1882

Spitzer, Esther P., letter to Alma Frank, 1936.

32 1883

Watson, Goodwin Barbour (1899-), letter to Alma Frank, 1937.

32 1884

Financial receipts and Alma Frank's obituary, 1938-1953.

32 1885-1887

Frank, Anne, daughter of Joseph and Ruth Frank, Waldo Frank's niece.

Box Folder

Frank, Anne, letter to Waldo Frank, 1960s.

33 1888

Frank, Deborah (b. 1931), daughter of Waldo and Alma Frank, she married Ralph Caplan in 1956.

Box Folder

Frank, Waldo, letters chiefly from Deborah Frank with some correspondence from Waldo Frank, 1935-1959.

33 1889-1895

Frank, Alma, letters from Deborah Frank, 1939-1942.

33 1896

Frank, Helene, letter from Deborah Frank, 1939.

33 1897

Frank, Jean letter from Deborah Frank, 1943.

33 1898

Frank, Edna (1885-1908), sister of Waldo Frank.

Box Folder

Frank, Helene letter from Edna Frank, 1897.

33 1899

Frank, Waldo, letters from Edna Frank, 1905.

33 1900

Harry, engaged to Edna Frank, letters to Waldo Frank regarding Edna, 1908-1910.

33 1901

Frank, Helene Rosenberg (1858-1941), mother of Waldo Frank.

Box Folder

Frank, Julius J. (1852-1931) letters with Helene Rosenberg Frank, including their courtship, 1880-1900.

33 1902-1906

Frank, Waldo, letters with Helene Rosenberg Frank, 1897-1941.

33-34 1907-1924

Frank, Arthur, letter to Helene Rosenberg Frank, 1915.

34 1925

Rosenberg, Edmund, brother of Helen letter from Helen Rosenberg Frank, 1937.

34 1926

Schmidt, Arthur, letter to Helene Rosenberg Frank, 1906.

34 1927

Unidentified letters to Helene Rosenberg Frank, 1894-1904, no date.

34 1928

Frank, Jacqueline Bourguignon, wife of Waldo Frank's son Thomas Frank, they married in 1948.

Box Folder

Frank, Waldo, letters from Jacqueline Bourguignon, 1948-1957.

34 1929

Frank, Jean Klempner, third wife of Waldo Frank, they were married in August 1943.

Box Folder

Frank, Waldo, letters with Jean Klempner Frank, 1942-1964, no date.

34-36 1930-1971

Ambrose, Paul B. letter to Jean Frank, 1970.

36 1972

E. P. Dutton (Firm), letter from Jean Frank, 1970.

36 1973

Early, Eileen letter from Jean Frank, 1968.

36 1974

Seidenberg, Catherine, letter from Jean Frank, 1968.

36 1975

Wilson, Kenneth E. letters to Jean Frank, 1972.

36 1976

Sympathy cards to Jean Frank, upon Waldo Frank's death, cards and letters are arranged alphabetically, 1967.

36 1977

Frank, John, son of Joseph Frank, nephew to Waldo Frank.

Box Folder

Frank, John, letters to Helene Rosenberg Frank, 1936.

36 1978

Frank, Jonathan (1947-), son of Jean Klempner Frank and Waldo Frank.

Box Folder

Frank, Jean letters from Jonathan Frank, 1958.

36 1979

Frank, Waldo letters with Jonathan Frank, 1956-1962.

36 1980

Frank, Joseph J. (b. 1884), brother of Waldo Frank.

Box Folder

Frank, Julius J. correspondence with Joseph J. Frank, one letter to Edna Frank, 1885-1921.

36 1981

Frank, Waldo correspondence from Joseph J. Frank with some notes from his wife Ruth Frank, 1905-1958.

36 1982-1983

Frank, Julius J. (1852-1931), father of Waldo Frank.

Box Folder

Frank, Helene Rosenberg, correspondence with Joseph Julius Frank, 1897-1929.

36 1984-1987

Frank, Enid, Joseph J. and Waldo, letters from Julius J. Frank, 1905-1926.

36 1988

Frank, Waldo correspondence with Julius J. Frank, circa 1897-1930.

36-37 1989-2001

Frank, Yereth, letters from Julius J. Frank,