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Carolyn Haywood papers

CLRC.HAYWOOD

This is a finding aid. It is a description of archival material held at the Free Library of Philadelphia. Unless otherwise noted, the materials described below are physically available in our reading room, and not digitally available through the web.

Summary Information

Repository:
Free Library of Philadelphia: Children's Literature Research Collection
Creator:
Haywood, Carolyn, 1898-1990
Title:
Carolyn Haywood papers
Date [inclusive]:
1884-1991
Call Number:
CLRC.HAYWOOD
Extent:
42 Linear feet
Language:
English
Language of Materials note:
Materials are primarily in English, with a few items in French.
Abstract:
This collection contains the personal and literary papers of children's author and illustrator Carolyn Haywood. The collection consists of manuscripts, illustrations, proofs, sketchbooks, correspondence, clippings, audiovisual materials, photographs, scrapbooks, diplomas, and awards.
Cite as:
[Description and date of item], [Box and folder number], Carolyn Haywood papers, 1884-1991, Free Library of Philadelphia, Children’s Literature Research Collection.
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Biography/History

(Mary) Carolyn Haywood, a lifelong Philadelphian, was born on January 3, 1898 to Mary Emma Cook Haywood and Charles Haywood. After graduating from Philadelphia High School for Girls, Carolyn attended Philadelphia Normal School and briefly taught at Friends Central School. Her true passion was art, however, and she enrolled in the Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Arts (PAFA) on a scholarship in 1919. She received a travel award and spent a year in Europe, returning to graduate from PAFA in 1924.

Haywood considered herself a “grand-pupil” of the illustrator Howard Pyle, studying under several of his former students, notably Violet Oakley, Elizabeth Shippen Green, and Jessie Willcox Smith (known collectively as “The Red Rose Girls”). The Red Rose Girls influenced Haywood’s early style, as is evident in the book plates and Christmas cards in this collection. Another of Haywood’s strengths was portraiture, an example of which hangs in the Central Children’s Department at the main branch of the Free Library of Philadelphia. Haywood worked as a studio assistant to the artist Violet Oakley, who provided her with opportunities to paint murals around Philadelphia and at the Vassar College alumni house.

Haywood became interested in pursuing children’s book illustration, and brought some of her work to Harcourt, Brace and World juvenile book editor Elizabeth Hamilton. Hamilton liked Haywood’s work and suggested she also write a story “about little American children, doing the things that little American children like to do.” The result was 1939’s “B” Is for Betsy, marketed as a chapter book for beginning independent readers and serving as an introduction to one of Haywood’s most enduring characters. It was quickly followed by six more books for Harcourt, including  Primrose Day. Haywood would later identify  Primrose Day, a story about a British girl sent to America to escape World War II, as her favorite of her own books. Haywood followed Elizabeth Hamilton to William Morrow and Company, which published  Little Eddie, the first of the “Eddie Wilson” books, in 1947.

Haywood illustrated several books written by other authors, but for the most part, wrote and illustrated her own works until the 1970s. After that point, while Haywood continued to write children’s books until her death, her works were illustrated by other artists, notably Glenyn and Victor Ambrus.

In interviews, Haywood explained that she drew her story ideas from her own childhood memories and from the children she knew. Many of her models influenced both the look of the characters in her children’s books and their conversational styles. In her unpublished autobiography, Haywood tells the story of the real-life model for "B" Is for Betsy, and every model received an autographed copy of the book in which he or she appeared. Haywood never married or had children of her own, but she frequently opened her Chestnut Hill home for neighborhood children to visit.

Well-reviewed throughout her career, and particularly appreciated by children’s librarians, Haywood received recognition for her work from organizations in the Philadelphia area. She received a citation from Drexel Institute of Technology Graduate School of Library Science in 1970, and the governor of Pennsylvania named her a “Distinguished Daughter of Pennsylvania” in 1967. Nationally, her Eddie and His Big Deals won the Boys’ Clubs of America Junior Book Award in 1956.

Carolyn Haywood passed away on January 11, 1990.

Bibliography:

Carolyn Haywood Autobiography, box 2, folders 4-8, Carolyn Haywood papers, 1884-1991, Free Library of Philadelphia, Children’s Literature Research Collection.

Something About the Author vol. 75.

“Carolyn Haywood, 1898-1990,” Children’s Literature Review vol. 22.

Scope and Contents

This collection contains the personal and literary papers of children's author and illustrator Carolyn Haywood. The collection consists of manuscripts, final illustrations, color separations, corrected proofs, galley proofs, sketchbooks, both personal and business correspondence, clippings, audiocassettes, records, audiotapes, photographs, slides, tintypes, scrapbooks, diplomas, and awards.

Many of Carolyn Haywood’s friends and family are represented in the subject files, correspondence, and photographs of this collection. Carolyn Haywood was close to her younger brother, George B. Haywood (1901-1958). This collection includes photographs of George as a boy and a young man, correspondence between George and his sister, and a subject file Carolyn Haywood kept on her brother, which includes a few of his personal papers. Haywood also had a good relationship with her cousin Gale Lew née Wagenseller and her family. Many family photographs as well as correspondence with Gale are in this collection.

This collection houses a wealth of materials related to the "Red Rose Girls." Haywood kept subject files on Jessie Willcox Smith, Elizabeth Shippen Green (Elliott), and Violet Oakley, which include photographs of and clippings about the women and their work. There are also correspondence files with Jessie Willcox Smith and Violet Oakley, the latter of which is more extensive. Haywood maintained a frequent and longstanding correspondence with Violet Oakley and Oakley’s long-term companion, Edith Emerson. Oakley and Emerson, like Haywood, were members of the Christian Science church. This collection includes a subject file on Christian Science, as well as a cassette tape of a Christian Science lecture.

Haywood received her first piece of fan mail from a young girl named "Caroly"--Caroline Stuart McDougal--who became one of Haywood's frequent correspondents. She later became an editor, and in addition to a correspondence file, notes with Caroly's editorial comments can be found with some of Haywood's writings.

After Elizabeth Hamilton, Connie (Constance) Epstein was Haywood’s editor at William Morrow and Company. Epstein was also a friend, and is well-represented in this collection.

Haywood lived in Philadelphia her whole life and was involved with Philadelphia’s children book community. She frequently attended events at the Free Library of Philadelphia, where she mixed with Carolyn Field (Head of the Office of Work with Children) and local authors Lloyd Alexander, Katherine Milhous, and Marguerite de Angeli. This collection contains correspondence files with each, as well as a certificate illuminated by de Angeli that was presented to Haywood by the Drexel Institute of Technology Graduate School of Library Science.

Carolyn Haywood’s records were maintained by her secretary and literary executrix, Glenna Luizzi. After Haywood’s death, Luizzi completed her final manuscript for Eddie’s Friend, Boodles, published in 1991.

Arrangement note

This collection is arranged in twelve series: I. Articles, stories, and speeches; II. Awards; III. Book manuscripts and illustrations; IV. Clippings and reprints; V. Correspondence; VI. Personal artwork; VII. Photographs and slides; VIII. Promotional materials; IX. Published volumes; X. Scrapbooks; XI. Sound recordings; XII. Subject files.

Series I. Articles, stories, and speeches are divided into two subseries, then arranged alphabetically by title. The subseries are: i. Fiction; ii. Non-Fiction.

Subseries II. Awards are arranged alphabetically by folder title.

Series III. Book manuscripts and illustrations are arranged alphabetically by title, with fifty-four subseries. The subseries are: i. The Adventures of Pinocchio; ii. Annie Pat and Eddie; iii. Autobiography; iv. Away Went the Balloons; v. "B" Is for Betsy; vi. Back to School with Betsy; vii. Betsy and Billy; viii. Betsy and the Boys; ix. Betsy and the Circus; x. Betsy and Mr. Kilpatrick; xi. Betsy's Little Star; xii. Betsy's Play School; xiii. Betsy's Winterhouse; xiv. "C" is for Cupcake; xv. The Country Cousin; xvi. Eddie and Gardenia; xvii. Eddie and His Big Deals; xviii. Eddie and Louella; xix. Eddie and the Fire Engine; xx. Eddie and Dog Holder; xxi. Eddie Makes Music; xxii. Eddie's Friend, Boodles; xxiii. Eddie's Green Thumb; xxiv. Eddie's Happenings; xxv. Eddie's Menagerie; xxvi. Eddie's Pay Dirt; xxvii. Eddie's Valuable Property; xxviii. Ever-Ready Eddie; xxix. Happy Birthday from Carolyn Haywood; xxx. Halloween Treats; xxxi. Hello, Star; xxxii. Here Comes the Bus!; xxxiii. Here's a Penny; xxxiv. How the Reindeer Saved Santa; xxxv. Junior; xxxvi. The King's Monster; xxxvii. Little Eddie; xxxviii. Make a Joyful Noise!; xxxix. Merry Christmas from Betsy; xl. Merry Christmas from Eddie; xli. Mixed-Up Twins; xlii. Penny Goes to Camp; xliii. Penny and Peter; xliv. The Pine Barrens Mystery; xlv. Primrose Day; xlvi. Robert Rows the River; xlvii. Santa Claus Forever!; xlviii. Snowbound with Betsy; xlix. Summer Fun; l. A Sundae with Judy; li. Taffy and Melissa Molasses; lii. Two and Two Are Four; liii. A Valentine Fantasy; liv. Unidentified works. Within each subseries, materials are arranged in probable order of creation.

Series IV. Clippings and reprints are divided into two subseries. The subseries are: i. Book reviews; ii. Articles about Carolyn Haywood. Book reviews are arranged alphabetically by book title. Articles are arranged by author.

Series V. Correspondence are divided into two subseries. The subseries are: i. Business correspondence; ii. Personal correspondence. Within each subseries, materials are arranged alphabetically by correspondent.

Series VI. Personal artwork is arranged alphabetically by folder title, with two subseries for Christmas cards and Sketchbooks.

Series VII. Photographs and slides are divided into three subseries. The subseries are: i. Artwork-related photographs; ii. Carolyn Haywood, family, and friends; iii. Color slides of travel. Within each subseries, the photographs are arranged alphabetically by folder title.

Series VIII. Promotional materials alphabetically by title.

Series IX. Published volumes are divided into two subseries for Books by Carolyn Haywood and Books by other authors. Within each subseries, books are arranged alphabetically; by title in the first subseries and by author in the second.

Series X. Scrapbooks are arranged alphabetically by title.

Series XI. Sound recordings are arranged alphabetically by title, with two subseries for "Carnival of Books" and "Carolyn Haywood reading."

Series XII. Subject files are arranged alphabetically by folder title, with one subseries for Diplomas.

Administrative Information

Publication Information

Free Library of Philadelphia: Children's Literature Research Collection

Finding Aid Author

Finding aid prepared by Celia Caust-Ellenbogen and Lindsay Friedman.

Sponsor

The processing of this collection was made possible through generous funding from The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation, administered through the Council on Library and Information Resources’ “Cataloging Hidden Special Collections and Archives” Project.

Access Restrictions

This collection is open to researchers by appointment. Please contact the Curator for information on access.

Use Restrictions

The right of access to material does not imply the right of publication. Permission for reprinting, reproduction, or extensive quotation from the rare books, manuscripts, prints, or drawings must be obtained through written application, stating the use to be made of the material. The reader bears the responsibility for any possible infringement of copyright laws in the publication of such material. A reproduction fee will be charged if the material is to be reproduced in a commercial publication. Some of the materials in this collection may be too fragile for use without the Curator’s supervision.

Immediate Source of Acquisition note

Gift of Carolyn Haywood and her estate, 1975-2008.

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Related Materials

Related Archival Materials note

Historic Strawberry Mansion: Book of Honor.

University of Minnesota: Carolyn Haywood papers, 1939-1962, CLRC-1169.

University of Southern Mississippi : Carolyn Haywood papers, 1949-1981, DG0436.

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Controlled Access Headings

Corporate Name(s)
  • Dell Publishing Company. -- Correspondence
  • Green Tiger Press. -- Correspondence
  • Harcourt Brace & Company. -- Correspondence
  • Kerlan Collection. -- Correspondence
  • Manayunk National Bank. (Firm).
  • Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts. -- Correspondence
  • Pocket Books. -- Correspondence
  • Saul, Ewing, Remick & Saul. -- Correspondence
  • Strawberry Mansion (Museum : Philadelphia, Pa.). -- Correspondence
  • University of Minnesota. College of Education. -- Correspondence
  • University of Southern Mississippi. -- Correspondence
  • William Morrow and Company. -- Correspondence
  • Woodmere Art Gallery. -- Correspondence
Form/Genre(s)
  • 45 rpm records
  • 78 rpm records
  • Artifacts (object genre)
  • Audiocassettes
  • Audiotapes
  • Autobiographies
  • Books
  • Clippings
  • Correspondence
  • Diplomas
  • Drawings (visual works)
  • Dummies (printed matter)
  • Ephemera
  • Galley proofs
  • Gem photographs
  • Illustrations
  • Manuscripts
  • Mechanicals (camera-ready copy)
  • Photograph albums
  • Photographs
  • Scrapbooks
  • Sketchbooks
  • Slides (photographs)
  • Tintypes (prints)
Geographic Name(s)
  • Philadelphia (Pa.)
Personal Name(s)
  • Alexander, Lloyd -- Correspondence
  • Ambrus, Glenys -- Correspondence
  • Ambrus, Victor G. -- Correspondence
  • Breckenridge, Hugh H. (Hugh Henry), 1870-1937 -- Correspondence
  • Cozens, Henrietta
  • De Angeli, Marguerite, 1889-1987 -- Correspondence
  • Elliott, Elizabeth Shippen Green
  • Emerson, Edith, 1888-1965 -- Correspondence
  • Epstein, Connie C.
  • Field, Carolyn W., 1916-2010
  • Haywood, Carolyn, 1898-1990
  • Haywood, George
  • Haywood, Mary Emma Cook
  • Klauder, Elfrieda
  • Lew, Gale Wagenseller
  • Milhous, Katherine, 1894- -- Correspondence
  • Oakley, Violet , 1874-1961
  • Pomfret, John E. (John Edwin), 1898-1981 -- Correspondence
  • Roelofs, Helen Hooker O’Malley, 1905-1993 -- Correspondence
  • Smith, Jessie Willcox, 1863-1935
Subject(s)
  • Children's authors--20th century
  • Children's literature--20th century
  • Illustrated children's books--20th century
  • Illustration of books--20th century

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Collection Inventory

Articles, short stories, and speeches.

Fiction.

Box Folder

"Angelina Goes to Town," carbon copy, circa 1950-1990.

1 1

"The Baby Moses," corrected typescript and carbon copy, circa 1935-1990.

1 2

"Did You Ever Know a Crow?" manuscript and corrected typescript drafts, circa 1950-1990.

1 3
"The Gift" short story, typescript, and clipping of published version, 1978 December 24.
Scope and Contents note

"The Gift" appeared in the Today magazine of the  Philadelphia Inquirer, December 24, 1978, pages 12-13, with illustrations by Jean Gardner.

1 4
"The Gift" scenario, carbon copy, and letter from Caroline Stuart McDougal, 1979 October 8.
Scope and Contents note

Haywood adapted her short story into a scenario for a film/TV script, never produced.

1 5
"The Life of Marco Polo," corrected typescript, circa 1937.
General note

Date of circa 1937 is derived from information in Haywood's unpublished autobiography: she began working on a Marco Polo picture book before "Pinky Puppet," part of which was later published as "Little Clown Puppet"

1 6
Little Clown Puppet, circa 1938.
Scope and Contents note

An illustrated poem entitled "Little Clown Puppet," written and illustrated by Haywood, appeared in the first issue of Jack and Jill: The Magazine for Boys and Girls in November, 1938. The illustrations folder includes unpublished material.

Box Folder

Illustrations, pen and ink and watercolor on paper with typescript text, 11 sheets.

37 21-30

Issue of Jack and Jill magazine, 1938 November.

37 20
Box Folder

"The Lost Prince," revised typescript, corrected typescript, and carbon copy, circa 1935-1990.

1 7

"The Wildman Comes," corrected typescript, circa 1970-1990.

1 8

Non-fiction.

Box Folder

Autobiographical note, corrected typescript and carbon copy, circa 1940-1990.

1 9
"Book of Honor," research notes, newspaper clippings, correspondence, and manuscript and typescript drafts, circa 1974.
Scope and Contents note

The Book of Honor is a leather-bound tome illuminated by Carolyn Haywood that chronicles the lives of notable women. It was commissioned by the board of directors (the Committee of 1926) of Historic Strawberry Mansion, where it resides as of 2011.

1 10
"Camp stories," typescript, revised typescript, and carbon copy, circa 1935-1990.
Scope and Contents note

These series of anecdotes, written from the perspective of a former camp director, seem to be autobiographical in nature.

1 11
"Editors Are People, Too" manuscript, corrected carbon copy, and photocopy, and letter from Caroly (Caroline Stuart McDougal), 1983.
Scope and Contents note

Working titles include "A Salute to Editors" and "Come Right Over!"

1 12

"It is Sunday..." carbon copy, circa 1935-1990.

1 13
"Jessie Willcox Smith," carbon copy draft, correspondence, and photographs, 1980.
Scope and Contents note

This article appeared in Harold Darling and Peter Neumeyer, eds. Image and Maker: An Annual Dedicated to the Consideration of Book Illustration (La Jolla, CA: Green Tiger Press, 1984). The folder also contains photographs of Smith and letters from the Green Tiger Press.

1 14

"Make-Believe Children" corrected carbon copy, circa 1950.

1 15
"No Matter the Distance or the Weather," carbon copy, published version, and letter from Pennsylvania Library Association, 1959 and 1964.
Scope and Contents note

Manuscript note on verso: "Written by Carolyn Haywood at the request of Drexel Institute for cornerstone laying for new library. Part may be included with contents for corner stone."

This was probably originally delivered as a speech in 1959, at the opening of what is now the Korman Center of Drexel University. It was later adapted into an article distributed to newspapers by the Pennsylvania Library Association during National Library Week in 1964. Together with similar articles by others, it was printed in a pamphlet entitled "Libraries and Reading: Their Importance in the Lives of Famous Americans," ed. Donald H. Hunt, Drexel Library School Series 8 (Drexel Press: Philadelphia, 1964).

1 16

"Of Such Is the Kingdom of Heaven," manuscript and carbon copy drafts, circa 1935-1990.

1 17
"Writing for Children," manuscript, carbon copy, and typescript, 1973 November.
Scope and Contents note

Speech delivered at Children's Prose Festival in Philadelphia.

1 18

Awards.

Box Folder

Boys' Club of America, Junior Book Award medal for Eddie and His Big Deals, 1955.

49 2

Citation from Drexel Institute of Technology Graduate School of Library Science, 1970 April 1.

1 19-20

Distinguished Daughters of Pennsylvania medal, 1969.

49 3

Drawing by Blue Bell Elementary School students in honor of Away Went the Balloons, 1980 April 20.

43 18

McKinley School Children's Literature Award certificate, 1983.

43 17

University of Southern Mississippi Lynd Ward medal, 1973.

49 4

Utah Children's Book Award plaque for Eddie's Menagerie, 1981.

48 5

William Morrow and Company plaque in honor of the 25th anniversary of Haywood's first book, 1964.

49 1

William Morrow and Company silver bookends in honor of one million Carolyn Haywood books sold, 1969 June.

48 1

Wissahickon School District Citation for Excellence plaque, 1977.

49 5

Book manuscripts and illustrations.

Scope and Contents note

Book manuscripts and illustrations are in alphabetical order by book title. Within each title, materials are arranged in probable order of creation: manuscripts are placed at the beginning of the subseries, followed by illustrations, and finally proofs.

The Adventures of Pinocchio, undated.

Scope and Contents note

Handwritten note by Carolyn Haywood: "These illustrations were submitted by Carolyn Haywood in a competition. They were never accepted so never used."

Box Folder

Layout, graphite on board.

18 1

Layouts, graphite on paper, 3 sheets.

18 2

Illustrations, charcoal, pen and ink, and watercolor on board, 28 sheets.

18 3-30

Annie Pat and Eddie, 1960.

Box Folder

Setting copy, corrected typescript.

1 21
Final art.
Box Folder

Final art for book jacket, pen and ink and watercolor on board, with red color separation, 2 sheets.

42 1

Final art for page 34, pen and ink on board.

25 1

Final art for page 51, pen and ink on board.

25 2

Final art for page 65, pen and ink on board.

25 3

Final art for page 68, pen and ink on board.

25 4

Final art for page 79, pen and ink on board.

25 5

Final art for page 86, pen and ink on board.

25 6

Final art for page 95, pen and ink on board.

25 7

Final art for page 105, pen and ink on board.

25 8

Final art for page 120, pen and ink on board.

25 9

Final art for page 127, pen and ink on board.

25 10

Final art for page 139, pen and ink on board.

25 11

Final art for page 154, pen and ink on board.

25 12

Final art for page 170, pen and ink on board.

25 13

Final art for page 181, pen and ink on board.

40 14

Autobiography, circa 1984.

Scope and Contents note

Working titles for Carolyn Haywood's autobiography included "Circle of Small Friends" and "The Children and I"

Box Folder

"Model Children," revised typescript, and note from Caroline Stuart McDougal.

1 22

"Mother" and "Father," manuscript and typescript drafts.

1 23

Various chapters, manuscript and typescript drafts.

1 24
Book proposal, corrected typescript drafts of sample chapters, and related materials.
Scope and Contents note

Related materials in this folder include a pamphlet on Jessie Willcox Smith exhibition, clippings of Violet Oakley's work, and similar items; and pamphlets from the Drexel Graduate School of Library Science citations given to Carolyn Haywood (1970) and Lloyd Alexander (1972).

1 25

Various chapters, corrected typescript, and publishers' letters of rejection.

2 1

Away Went the Balloons, 1973.

Box Folder

Setting copy, corrected typescript.

2 2

Galley proofs.

20 3

Preliminary art for book jacket, pen and ink and watercolor on board.

25 14
Final art.
Box Folder

Final art for book jacket, pen and ink on paper, with blue, brown, red, and yellow color separations, 5 sheets.

42 2

Final art for page 13, pen and ink on board.

25 15

Final art for page 19, pen and ink on board.

25 16

Final art for page 28, pen and ink on board.

25 17

Final art for page 37, pen and ink on board.

25 18

Final art for page 41, pen and ink on board.

25 19

Final art for page 53, pen and ink on board.

25 20

Final art for page 59, pen and ink on board.

25 21

Final art for page 67, pen and ink on board.

25 22

Final art for page 77, pen and ink on board.

25 23

Final art for page 83, pen and ink on board.

25 24

Final art for page 89, pen and ink on board.

25 25

Final art for page 95, pen and ink on board.

25 26

Final art for page 99, pen and ink on board.

25 27

Final art for page 105, pen and ink on board.

25 28

Final art for page 109, pen and ink on board.

25 29

Final art for page 117, pen and ink on board.

25 30

Final art for page 127, pen and ink on board.

25 31

Final art for page 137, pen and ink on board.

25 32

Final art for page 141, pen and ink on board.

25 33

Final art for page 147, pen and ink on board.

25 34

Final art for page 151, pen and ink on board.

25 35

Final art for page 157, pen and ink on board.

25 36

Final art for page 165, pen and ink on board.

25 37

Final art for page 171, pen and ink on board.

25 38

Final art for page 179, pen and ink on board.

25 39

Final art for page 183, pen and ink on board.

25 40

Final art for page 187, pen and ink on board.

25 41
Box Folder

Black and white mock-up for book jacket.

40 15

Color mock-up for book jacket.

40 16

Book jacket proofs.

40 17

"B" Is for Betsy, 1939.

Box Folder

Final art for page 5, pen and ink on tracing paper.

39 1

Final art for page 14, pen and ink on tracing paper mounted to paper.

26 1

Final art for page 35, pen and ink on tracing paper mounted to board.

39 2

Final art for page 69, pen and ink on tracing paper mounted to board.

39 3

Back to School with Betsy, 1943.

Box Folder

Final art for page 144, pen and ink on tracing paper mounted to board.

39 4

Betsy and Billy, 1941.

Box Folder

Final art for page 75, pen and ink on tracing paper.

39 5

Final art for page 76, pen and ink on tracing paper.

39 6

Final art for page 148, pen and ink on tracing paper.

39 7

Betsy and the Boys, 1945.

Box Folder

Final art for book jacket, pen and ink on tracing paper mounted to board, with red and blue color separations, 4 sheets.

26 2

Final art for endpapers, pen and ink on tracing paper mounted to board.

26 3

Final art for page 5, pen and ink on tracing paper mounted to board.

26 4

Final art for page 7, pen and ink on tracing paper mounted to board.

26 5

Final art for page 12, pen and ink on tracing paper mounted to board.

26 6

Final art for page 23, pen and ink on tracing paper mounted to board.

26 7

Final art for page 27, pen and ink on tracing paper mounted to board.

26 8

Final art for page 31, pen and ink on tracing paper mounted to board.

26 9

Final art for page 37, pen and ink on tracing paper mounted to board.

26 10

Final art for page 47, pen and ink on tracing paper mounted to board.

26 11

Final art for page 57, pen and ink on tracing paper mounted to board.

26 12

Final art for page 69, pen and ink on tracing paper mounted to board.

26 13

Final art for page 75, pen and ink on tracing paper mounted to board.

26 14

Final art for page 79, pen and ink on tracing paper mounted to board.

26 15

Final art for page 88, pen and ink on tracing paper mounted to board.

26 16

Final art for page 91, pen and ink on tracing paper mounted to board.

26 17

Final art for page 95, pen and ink on tracing paper mounted to board.

26 18

Final art for page 99, pen and ink on tracing paper mounted to board.

26 19

Final art for page 103, pen and ink on tracing paper mounted to board.

39 8

Final art for page 115, pen and ink on tracing paper mounted to board.

26 20

Final art for page 121, pen and ink on tracing paper mounted to board.

26 21

Final art for page 127, pen and ink on tracing paper mounted to board.

26 22

Final art for page 131, pen and ink on tracing paper mounted to board.

26 23

Final art for page 139, pen and ink on tracing paper mounted to board.

26 24

Final art for page 147, pen and ink on tracing paper mounted to board.

26 25

Final art for page 151, pen and ink on tracing paper mounted to board.

26 26

Final art for page 153, pen and ink on tracing paper mounted to board.

26 27

Final art for page 157, pen and ink on tracing paper mounted to board.

26 28

Final art for page 163, pen and ink on tracing paper mounted to board.

26 29

Final art for page 173, pen and ink on tracing paper mounted to board.

26 30

Betsy and the Circus, 1954.

Box Folder

Final art for cover, pen and ink on board.

39 10

Final art for page 11, pen and ink on board.

26 31

Final art for page 28, pen and ink on board.

26 32

Final art for page 32, pen and ink on board.

26 33

Final art for page 52, pen and ink on board.

26 34

Final art for page 58, pen and ink on board.

26 35

Final art for page 69, pen and ink on board.

26 36

Final art for page 71, pen and ink on board.

26 37

Final art for page 89, pen and ink on board.

26 38

Final art for page 109, pen and ink on board.

26 39

Final art for page 117, pen and ink on board.

26 40

Final art for page 127, pen and ink on board.

26 41

Final art for page 146, pen and ink on board.

26 42

Final art for page 161, pen and ink on board.

26 43

Final art for page 167, pen and ink on board.

26 44

Final art for page 177, pen and ink on board.

26 45

Betsy and Mr. Kilpatrick, 1967.

Box Folder

Manuscript outline.

2 3

Draft, corrected typescript.

2 4

Setting copy, corrected typescript.

2 5

Corrected galley proofs, 1967 March.

20 4

Preliminary art for page 77, pen and ink on board.

27 1

Black and white mock-up for book jacket with tracing paper overlay.

40 18

Final art for book jacket, pen and ink on paper, with black, blue, and brown color separations, 4 sheets.

42 3
Complete set of final art, pen and ink on board, 31 sheets.
Scope and Contents note

The final art for the book jacket doubles as page 63, and page 17 doubles for the title page.

27 2-32

Page proofs.

19 3

Page proofs with attached illustration proofs, 1967 May 31.

20 4

Betsy's Little Star, 1950.

Box Folder

Final art for book jacket, pen and ink on paper, with blue and red color separations, 3 sheets.

39 11

Final art for page 3, pen and ink on board.

28 1

Final art for page 27, pen and ink on board.

28 2

Final art for page 41, pen and ink on board.

28 3

Final art for page 58, pen and ink on board.

28 4

Final art for page 74, pen and ink on board.

28 5

Final art for page 78, pen and ink on board.

28 6

Final art for page 85, pen and ink on paper.

28 7

Final art for page 90, pen and ink on board.

28 8

Final art for page 116, pen and ink on board.

28 9

Final art for page 117, pen and ink on board.

28 10

Final art for page 120, pen and ink on board.

28 11

Final art for page 127, pen and ink on board.

28 12

Final art for page 131, pen and ink on board.

28 13

Final art for page 142, pen and ink on board.

28 14

Final art for page 145, pen and ink on board.

28 15

Betsy's Play School, 1977.

Box Folder

Setting copy, corrected typescript.

2 6

Corrected galley proofs, 1977 January.

21 1

Betsy's Winterhouse, 1958.

Box Folder
"The Prize Books," carbon copy draft.
Scope and Contents note

This unused chapter featuring Betsy was likely intended for Betsy's Winterhouse.

2 7

Setting copy, corrected typescript.

2 8

Final art for book jacket, pen and ink on board, with green, red, and yellow color separations, 4 sheets.

42 6

Final art for page 13, pen and ink on board.

28 16

Final art for page 19, pen and ink on board.

28 17

Final art for page 33, pen and ink on board.

28 18

Final art for page 42, pen and ink on board.

28 19

Final art for page 53, pen and ink on board.

28 20

Final art for page 59, pen and ink on board.

28 21

Final art for page 68, pen and ink on board.

28 22

Final art for page 73, pen and ink on board.

28 23

Final art for page 77, pen and ink on board.

28 24

Final art for page 89, pen and ink on board.

28 25

Final art for page 109, pen and ink on board.

28 26

Final art for page 123, pen and ink on board.

28 27

Final art for page 128, pen and ink on board.

28 28

Final art for page 131, pen and ink on board.

28 29

Final art for page 141, pen and ink on board.

28 30

Final art for page 148, pen and ink on board.

28 31

Final art for page 151, pen and ink on board.

28 32

Final art for page 157, pen and ink on board.

28 33

Final art for page 165, pen and ink on board.

28 34

Final art for page 169, pen and ink on board.

28 35

"C" is for Cupcake, 1974.

Box Folder

Setting copy, corrected typescript.

2 9

Corrected galley proofs, 1973 July.

22 2

Corrected page proofs, 1973 October 16.

19 2

Preliminary art for book jacket, pen and ink and watercolor on board.

40 12
Final art.
Box Folder

Final art for book jacket, pen and ink on paper, with blue, brown, red, and yellow color separations, 5 sheets.

42 8

Final art for page 5, pen and ink on board.

29 1

Final art for page 11, pen and ink on board.

29 2

Final art for page 24, pen and ink on board.

29 3

Final art for page 29, pen and ink on board.

29 4

Final art for page 45, pen and ink on board.

29 5

Final art for page 50, pen and ink on board.

29 6

Final art for page 53, pen and ink on board.

29 7

Final art for page 63, pen and ink on board.

29 8

Final art for page 68, pen and ink on board.

29 9

Final art for page 77, pen and ink on board.

29 10

Final art for page 84, pen and ink on board.

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Final art for page 87, pen and ink on board.

29 12

Final art for page 93, pen and ink on board.

29 13

Final art for page 97, pen and ink on board.

29 14

Final art for page 108, pen and ink on board.

29 15

Final art for page 115, pen and ink on board.

29 16

Final art for page 120, pen and ink on board.

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Final art for page 123, pen and ink on board.

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Final art for page 124, pen and ink on board.

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Final art for page 129, pen and ink on board.

29 20

Final art for page 140, pen and ink on board.

29 21

Final art for page 145, pen and ink on board.

29 22

Final art for page 153, pen and ink on board.

29 23

Final art for page 158, pen and ink on board.

29 24

Final art for page 167, pen and ink on board.

29 25

Final art for page 172, pen and ink on board.

29 26

Final art for page 175, pen and ink on board.

29 27

Final art for page 179, pen and ink on board.

29 28
Box Folder

Black and white mock-up for book jacket.

42 7

Color mock-up for book jacket.

40 13

The Country Cousin, 1967.

Box Folder

Front matter, page proofs.

2 10

Eddie and Gardenia, 1951.

Box Folder

Preliminary art for book jacket, pen and ink and watercolor on board.

29 29
Final art.
Box Folder

Final art for book jacket, pen and ink on board, with blue, grey, and red color separations, and pasted-in text, 4 sheets.

29 30

Final art for page 3, pen and ink on paper.

29 31

Final art for page 11, pen and ink on board.

29 32

Final art for page 13, pen and ink on board.

39 12

Final art for page 26, pen and ink on board.

29 33

Final art for page 32, pen and ink on board.

29 34

Final art for page 64, pen and ink on board.

39 13

Final art for page 77, pen and ink on board.

29 35

Final art for page 81, pen and ink on board.

29 36

Final art for page 87, pen and ink on paper.

29 37

Final art for page 98, pen and ink on board.

29 38

Final art for page 103, pen and ink on board.

29 39

Final art for page 106, pen and ink on board.

29 40

Final art for page 112, pen and ink on board.

29 41

Final art for pages 116 and 117, pen and ink on board.

29 42

Final art for page 133, pen and ink on board.

29 43

Final art for page 149, pen and ink on board.

29 44

Final art for page 168, pen and ink on board.

29 45

Final art for page 173, pen and ink on board.

29 46

Eddie and His Big Deals, 1955.

Box Folder

Final art for book jacket, pen and ink on board, with blue, red, and yellow color separations, 4 sheets.

42 9

Final art for page 3, pen and ink on board.

30 1

Final art for page 11, pen and ink on board.

30 2

Final art for page 23, pen and ink on board.

30 3

Final art for page 27, pen and ink on board.

30 4

Final art for page 30, pen and ink on board.

30 5

Final art for page 34, pen and ink on board.

30 6

Final art for page 40, pen and ink on board.

30 7

Final art for page 45, pen and ink on board.

30 8

Final art for page 62, pen and ink on board.

30 9

Final art for page 71, pen and ink on board.

30 10

Final art for page 78, pen and ink on board.

30 11

Final art for page 80, pen and ink on board.

30 12

Final art for page 94, pen and ink on board.

30 13

Final art for page 103, pen and ink on board.

30 14

Final art for page 105, pen and ink on board.

30 15

Final art for page 115, pen and ink on board.

30 16

Final art for page 121, pen and ink on board.

30 17

Final art for page 126, pen and ink on board.

30 18

Final art for page 147, pen and ink on paper.

40 21

Final art for page 151, pen and ink on board.

30 19

Final art for page 161, pen and ink on paper.

40 22

Final art for page 170, pen and ink on board.

30 20

Final art for page 185, pen and ink on board.

30 21

Eddie and Louella, 1959.

Box Folder

Setting copy, corrected carbon copy.

2 11
Final art.
Box Folder

Final art for book jacket, pen and ink on board, with green, red, and yellow color separations, 4 sheets.

41 12

Final art for page 13, pen and ink on board.

30 22

Final art for page 19, pen and ink on board.

30 23

Final art for page 31, pen and ink on board.

30 24

Final art for page 37, pen and ink on board.

30 25

Final art for page 41, pen and ink on board.

30 26

Final art for page 53, pen and ink on board.

30 27

Final art for page 57, pen and ink on board.

30 28

Final art for page 64, pen and ink on board.

30 29

Final art for page 73, pen and ink on board.

30 30

Final art for page 83, pen and ink on board.

30 31

Final art for page 89, pen and ink on board.

30 32

Final art for page 97, pen and ink on board.

30 33

Final art for page 101, pen and ink on board.

30 34

Final art for page 109, pen and ink on board.

30 35

Final art for page 121, pen and ink on board.

30 36

Final art for page 127, pen and ink on board.

30 37

Final art for page 131, pen and ink on board.

30 38

Final art for page 137, pen and ink on board.

30 39

Final art for page 141, pen and ink on board.

30 40

Final art for page 157, pen and ink on board.

30 41

Final art for page 159, pen and ink on board.

30 42

Final art for page 172, pen and ink on board.

30 43

Eddie and the Fire Engine, 1949.

Box Folder

Final art for page 9, pen and ink on board.

31 1

Final art for page 23, pen and ink on board.

31 2

Final art for page 26, pen and ink on board.

31 3

Final art for page 39, pen and ink on board.

31 4

Final art for page 49, pen and ink on tracing paper.

39 14

Final art for page 55, pen and ink on board.

31 5

Final art for page 60, pen and ink on board.

31 6

Final art for page 70, pen and ink on board.

31 7

Final art for page 77, pen and ink on board.

31 8

Final art for page 90, pen and ink on board.

31 9

Final art for page 103, pen and ink on board.

31 10

Final art for page 108, pen and ink on paper mounted to board.

31 11

Final art for page 130, pen and ink on board.

31 12

Final art for page 149, pen and ink on tracing paper.

39 15

Final art for page 154, pen and ink on board.

31 13

Final art for page 167, pen and ink on board.

31 14

Final art for page 173, pen and ink on paper mounted to board.

31 15

Eddie the Dog Holder, 1966.

Box Folder
"Anna Patricia's Paint-rag," corrected typescript and typescript drafts.
Scope and Contents note

This chapter was omitted from the published version of Eddie the Dog Holder.

2 12

Setting copy, corrected carbon copy.

2 13

Corrected galley proofs, 1966 March.

20 1

Corrected page proofs with attached illustration proofs, 1966 June 14.

20 1

Corrected illustrated page proofs.

20 1

Preliminary art for book jacket, pen and ink and watercolor on board.

40 3
Final art.
Box Folder

Final art for book jacket, pen and ink on paper, with brown and red color separations, 3 sheets.

41 11

Final art for page 13, pen and ink on board.

31 16

Final art for page 17, pen and ink on board.

31 17

Final art for page 23, pen and ink on board.

31 18

Final art for page 39, pen and ink on board.

31 19

Final art for page 45, pen and ink on board.

31 20

Final art for page 52, pen and ink on board.

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Final art for page 59, pen and ink on board.

31 22

Final art for page 62, pen and ink on board.

31 23

Final art for page 65, pen and ink on board.

31 24

Final art for page 71, pen and ink on board.

31 25

Final art for page 77, pen and ink on board.

31 26

Final art for page 87, pen and ink on board.

31 27

Final art for page 95, pen and ink on board.

31 28

Final art for page 99, pen and ink on board.

31 29

Final art for page 107, pen and ink on board.

31 30

Final art for page 112, pen and ink on board.

31 31

Final art for page 121, pen and ink on board.

31 32

Final art for page 125, pen and ink on board.

31 33

Final art for page 131, pen and ink on board.

31 34

Final art for page 135, pen and ink on board.

31 35

Final art for page 143, pen and ink on board.

31 36

Final art for page 153, pen and ink on board.

31 37

Final art for page 158, pen and ink on board.

31 38

Final art for page 163, pen and ink on board.

31 39

Final art for page 171, pen and ink on board.

31 40

Final art for page 175, pen and ink on board.

31 41

Final art for page 183, pen and ink on board.

31 42
Box Folder

Color mock-up for book jacket.

40 2

Eddie Makes Music, 1957.

Box Folder

"One Dozen Petticoats," corrected typescript.

3 1

Preliminary art for book jacket, pen and ink and watercolor on tracing paper mounted to board.

41 5
Final art.
Box Folder

Final art for book jacket, pen and ink on board, with blue, red, and yellow color separations, 4 sheets.

41 7

Final art for page 11, pen and ink on board.

32 1

Final art for page 34, pen and ink on board.

32 2

Final art for page 39, pen and ink on board.

32 3

Final art for page 51, pen and ink on paper.

40 20

Final art for page 60, pen and ink on board.

32 4

Final art for page 75, pen and ink on board.

32 5

Final art for page 79, pen and ink on board.

32 6

Final art for page 91, pen and ink on board.

32 7

Final art for page 107, pen and ink on board.

32 8

Final art for page 111, pen and ink on board.

32 9

Final art for page 125, pen and ink on board.

32 10

Final art for page 131, pen and ink on board.

32 11

Final art for page 133, pen and ink on board.

32 12

Final art for page 163, pen and ink on board.

32 13

Final art for page 177, pen and ink on board.

32 14

Final art for page 190, pen and ink on board.

32 15

Eddie's Friend, Boodles, 1991.

Box Folder

Setting copy, corrected typescript and photocopy.

3 2

Corrected page proofs and note regarding dedication, 1990 March 22 and April 25.

3 3

Eddie's Happenings, 1971.

Box Folder

Corrected typescript and proof pages.

3 4

Setting copy, corrected typescript.

3 5

Page proofs.

22 4

Mock-ups for front matter.

19 1

Complete set of mechanicals.

19 1

Preliminary art for page 63, graphite on board.

32 51
Final art.
Box Folder

Final art for book jacket, pen and ink on board.

42 11

Final art for page 13, pen and ink on board.

32 16

Final art for page 17, pen and ink on board.

32 17

Final art for page 33, pen and ink on board.

32 18

Final art for page 45, pen and ink on board.

32 19

Final art for page 51, pen and ink on board.

32 20

Final art for page 63, pen and ink on board.

32 21

Final art for page 75, pen and ink on board.

32 22

Final art for page 81, pen and ink on board.

32 23

Final art for page 91, pen and ink on board.

32 24

Final art for page 97, pen and ink on board.

32 25

Final art for page 101, pen and ink on board.

32 26

Final art for page 115, pen and ink on board.

32 27

Final art for page 117, pen and ink on board.

32 28

Final art for page 141, pen and ink on board.

32 29

Final art for page 167, pen and ink on board.

32 30
Box Folder

Color mock-up for book jacket.

42 10

Eddie's Menagerie, 1978.

Box Folder

Setting copy, corrected typescript.

3 6

Corrected galley proofs, 1978 February 1.

21 2

Eddie's Pay Dirt, 1953.

Box Folder

Preliminary art for book jacket, pen and ink on paper, with green and red color separations, 3 sheets.

41 8
Final art.
Box Folder

Final art for book jacket, pen and ink on paper, with green color separation, 2 sheets.

41 9

Final art for page 11, pen and ink on board.

32 31

Final art for page 13, pen and ink on board.

32 32

Final art for page 30, pen and ink on board.

32 33

Final art for page 33, pen and ink on board.

32 34

Final art for page 39, pen and ink on board.

32 35

Final art for page 50, pen and ink on board.

32 36

Final art for page 55, pen and ink on board.

32 37

Final art for page 62, pen and ink on board.

32 38

Final art for page 71, pen and ink on board.

32 39

Final art for page 76, pen and ink on board.

32 40

Final art for page 98, pen and ink on board.

32 41

Final art for page 107, pen and ink on board.

32 42

Final art for page 113, pen and ink on board.

32 43

Final art for page 131, pen and ink on board.

32 44

Final art for page 139, pen and ink on board.

32 45

Final art for page 144, pen and ink on board.

32 46

Final art for page 148, pen and ink on board.

32 47

Final art for page 159, pen and ink on board.

32 48

Final art for page 164, pen and ink on board.

32 49

Final art for page 185, pen and ink on board.

32 50

Negative stat of book jacket artwork.

Box Folder

Black and white mock-up for book jacket.

39 16

Eddie's Valuable Property, 1975.

Box Folder

Setting copy, corrected carbon copy.

3 7

Corrected galley proofs and typescript front matter, 1974 September.

21 3-4

Preliminary art for book jacket, pen and ink and watercolor on board.

33 1

Final art for book jacket, pen and ink on paper, with blue, brown, red, and yellow color separations, 5 sheets.

41 2

Complete set of final art, pen and ink on board, 22 sheets.

33 2-23

Ever-Ready Eddie, 1968.

Box Folder

Draft, corrected carbon copy.

3 8

Setting copy, corrected typescript.

3 9

Corrected galley proofs, 1968 April.

20 2

Corrected page proofs, 1968 July.

20 2

Proofs and mock-ups for front matter.

3 10

Mechanicals for pages with illustrations.

3 11

Yellow color separation for book jacket.

41 3
Final art.
Box Folder

Final art for page 13, pen and ink on board.

33 24

Final art for page 36, pen and ink on board.

33 25

Final art for page 55, pen and ink on board.

33 26

Final art for page 71, pen and ink on board.

33 27

Final art for page 82, pen and ink on board.

33 28

Final art for page 89, pen and ink on board.

33 29

Final art for page 93, pen and ink on board.

33 30

Final art for page 103, pen and ink on board.

33 31

Final art for page 111, pen and ink on board.

33 32

Final art for page 127, pen and ink on board.

33 33

Final art for page 131, pen and ink on board.

33 34

Final art for page 149, pen and ink on board.

33 35

Final art for page 155, pen and ink on board.

33 36

Final art for page 161, pen and ink on board.

33 37

Final art for page 169, pen and ink on board.

33 38

Final art for page 173, pen and ink on board.

33 39

Final art for page 177, pen and ink on board.

33 40

Halloween Treats, 1981.

Scope and Contents note

Working title "Trick or Treat."

Box Folder

Chapter drafts, manuscript.

3 12

Chapter drafts, revised typescript.

4 1

Corrected page proofs, 1981 May 4.

4 2

Happy Birthday from Carolyn Haywood, 1984.

Box Folder
Story drafts, corrected typescript, carbon copy and manuscript.
Scope and Contents note

Includes some stories that did not appear in the final version, such as "Christmas Carols and the Birthday Tree" (previously published in Betsy's Winterhouse and  Merry Christmas from Betsy).

4 3-5

Setting copy, corrected typescript.

4 6

Hello, Star, 1987.

Scope and Contents note

Working title "Twinkle, Twinkle, Little Star."

Box Folder

Research notes and correspondence on swans, circa 1986.

4 7
Chapter 1, manuscript, corrected typescript, and carbon copy.
Scope and Contents note

Working titles included "Rosemary and the Egg" and "Mandy and the Egg."

4 8

Carbon copy draft.

4 9

Chapters 1 and 6, typescript with editorial notes.

4 10

Here Comes the Bus!, 1963.

Box Folder

Manuscript outline.

4 11

Setting copy, corrected carbon copy.

4 12

Preliminary art for page 5, pen and ink on board.

34 40
Final art.
Box Folder

Final art for book jacket, pen and ink on paper, with blue, red, and yellow color separations, 4 sheets.

41 6

Final art for page 5, pen and ink on board.

40 5

Final art for page 15, pen and ink on board.

34 1

Final art for page 25, pen and ink on board.

40 6

Final art for page 34, pen and ink on board.

34 2

Final art for page 39, pen and ink on board.

34 3

Final art for page 43, pen and ink on board.

34 4

Final art for page 56, pen and ink on board.

40 4

Final art for page 68, pen and ink on board.

34 5

Final art for page 75, pen and ink on board.

34 6

Final art for page 79, pen and ink on board.

34 7

Final art for page 84, pen and ink on board.

34 8

Final art for page 86, pen and ink on board.

34 9

Final art for page 94, pen and ink on board.

40 1

Final art for page 95, pen and ink on board.

34 10

Final art for page 100, pen and ink on board.

34 11

Final art for page 121, pen and ink on board.

34 12

Final art for page 123, pen and ink on board.

34 13

Final art for page 133, pen and ink on board.

34 14

Final art for page 138, pen and ink on board.

34 15

Final art for page 147, pen and ink on board.

34 16

Final art for page 156, pen and ink on board.

34 17

Final art for page 171, pen and ink on board.

34 18

Final art for page 177, pen and ink on board.

34 19

Final art for page 181, pen and ink on board.

34 20
Box Folder

Black and white mock-up for book jacket.

41 4

Corrected galley proofs with attached illustration proofs, and mock-up for cover, 1963 March.

21 6

Corrected page proofs, 1963 May.

21 7

Corrected plate proofs.

19 4

Here's a Penny, 1944.

Box Folder

Final art for page 151, pen and ink on tracing paper mounted to board.

39 9

How the Reindeer Saved Santa, 1986.

Box Folder
Typescript drafts.
Scope and Contents note

Working title: "Santa Claus and His Sleigh"

4 13

Final draft and correspondence with Philadelphia Inquirer Magazine, 1985 October 25.

4 14

Junior, circa 1979.

Scope and Contents note

This unpublished manuscript has uncharacteristically dark themes for Haywood's work. It is about a troubled fourth-grader named Junior whose father is in prison for selling heroin. The story deals with issues including bullying, domestic violence, and sexual abuse.

Box Folder

Corrected typescript draft.

4 15

The King's Monster, 1979.

Box Folder

Manuscript draft.

5 1

Setting copy, corrected typescript.

5 2
Object
Final art for page 14 and 15, gouache and pen and ink on paper.
General note

Housed with Children's Literature Research Collection original framed artwork.

1
Box Folder

Corrected galley proofs, 1979 May 29.

5 3

Photocopies of book jacket.

5 4

Little Eddie, 1947.

Box Folder

Preliminary art for page 88, graphite on board.

34 21
Final art.
Box Folder

Final art for page 24, pen and ink on tracing paper.

38 14

Final art for page 35, pen and ink on tracing paper mounted to board.

34 22

Final art for page 49, pen and ink on tracing paper mounted to board.

34 23

Final art for page 71, pen and ink on tracing paper mounted to board.

34 24

Final art for page 83, pen and ink on tracing paper.

38 15

Final art for page 151, pen and ink on tracing paper.

38 16

Final art for page 157, pen and ink on tracing paper.

38 17

Make a Joyful Noise!, 1984.

Box Folder

Manuscript and typescript drafts.

5 5

Setting copy, corrected typescript, 1983 April 15.

5 6

Corrected page proofs, 1983 July 28.

5 7

Merry Christmas from Betsy, 1970.

Box Folder

Setting copy, corrected typescript.

5 8

Galley proofs.

22 1

Page proofs.

22 1

Corrected page proofs with attached blueline proofs.

22 1

Preliminary art for page 5, graphite on tracing paper.

38 2
Final art.
Box Folder

Final art for book jacket, pen and ink on paper, with green and red color separations, 3 sheets.

41 1

Final art for page 13, pen and ink on board.

34 25

Final art for page 19, pen and ink on board.

34 26

Final art for page 23, pen and ink on board.

40 7

Final art for page 29, pen and ink on board.

34 27

Final art for page 35, pen and ink on board.

40 8

Final art for page 45, pen and ink on board.

34 28

Final art for page 49, pen and ink on board.

34 29

Final art for page 55, pen and ink on board.

34 30

Final art for page 59, pen and ink on board.

34 31

Final art for page 67, pen and ink on board.

34 32

Final art for page 71, pen and ink on board.

40 9

Final art for page 75, pen and ink on board.

34 33

Final art for page 91, pen and ink on board.

34 34

Final art for page 119, pen and ink on board.

34 35

Final art for page 127, pen and ink on board.

34 36

Final art for page 133, pen and ink on board.

34 37

Final art for page 139, pen and ink on board.

40 10

Final art for page 147, pen and ink on board.

34 38

Final art for page 167, pen and ink on board.

34 39
Box Folder

Color mock-up for book jacket.

40 11

Merry Christmas from Eddie, 1986.

Box Folder

Chapter drafts, typescript and carbon copy.

5 9

Chapter drafts, photocopy.

5 10

Mixed-Up Twins, 1952.

Box Folder

Preliminary art for book jacket, pen and ink and watercolor on board.

35 1

Preliminary art for page 11, pen and ink and watercolor on board.

35 2

Final art for page 38, pen and ink on board.

35 3

Final art for page 99, pen and ink on paper.

35 4

Penny Goes to Camp, 1948.

Box Folder

Final art for page 11, pen and ink on board.

35 5

Final art for page 27, pen and ink on board.

35 6

Final art for page 37, pen and ink on board.

35 7

Final art for page 99, pen and ink on board.

35 8

Final art for page 117, pen and ink on board.

35 9

Final art for page 137, pen and ink on tracing paper mounted to board.

35 10

Penny and Peter, 1946.

Box Folder

Final art for page 3, pen and ink on tracing paper mounted to board.

35 11

Final art for page 12, pen and ink on tracing paper mounted to board.

38 12

Final art for page 19, pen and ink on tracing paper mounted to board.

35 12

Final art for page 22, pen and ink on tracing paper mounted to board.

35 13

Final art for page 35, pen and ink on tracing paper.

38 11

Final art for page 42, pen and ink on tracing paper mounted to board.

35 14

Final art for page 45, pen and ink on tracing paper mounted to board.

35 15

Final art for page 51, pen and ink on tracing paper mounted to board.

35 16

Final art for page 55, pen and ink on tracing paper mounted to board.

35 17

Final art for page 73, pen and ink on tracing paper mounted to board.

35 18

Final art for page 77, pen and ink on tracing paper mounted to board.

35 19

Final art for page 78, pen and ink on tracing paper mounted to board.

35 20

Final art for page 81, pen and ink on tracing paper mounted to board.

35 21

Final art for page 82, pen and ink on tracing paper mounted to board.

35 22

Final art for page 87, pen and ink on tracing paper mounted to board.

35 23

Final art for page 91, pen and ink on tracing paper mounted to board.

35 24

Final art for page 94, pen and ink on tracing paper mounted to board.

35 25

Final art for page 96, pen and ink on tracing paper mounted to board.

35 26

Final art for page 103, pen and ink on tracing paper mounted to board.

35 27

Final art for page 107, pen and ink on tracing paper mounted to board.

35 28

Final art for page 113, pen and ink on tracing paper mounted to board.

35 29

Final art for page 117, pen and ink on tracing paper mounted to board.

35 30

Final art for page 121, pen and ink on tracing paper mounted to board.

35 31

Final art for page 124, pen and ink on tracing paper mounted to board.

35 32

Final art for page 129, pen and ink on tracing paper mounted to board.

35 33

Final art for page 135, pen and ink on tracing paper mounted to board.

35 34

Final art for page 137, pen and ink on tracing paper mounted to board.

35 35

Final art for page 139, pen and ink on tracing paper mounted to board.

35 36

Final art for page 149, pen and ink on tracing paper.

38 13

Final art for page 154, pen and ink on tracing paper mounted to board.

35 37

Final art for page 157, pen and ink on tracing paper mounted to board.

35 38

The Pine Barrens Mystery, 1937.

Box Folder

Cropped book jacket proof.

5 11

Photocopies of title page and illustrations.

5 12

Primrose Day, 1942.

Box Folder

Final art for page 9, pen and ink on tracing paper.

38 9

Final art for page 20, pen and ink on tracing paper.

38 10

Robert Rows the River, 1965.

Box Folder

Setting copy, corrected carbon copy, 1965 April 6.

5 13

Corrected galley proofs with attached illustration proofs, 1965 April 7.

19 5

Corrected page proofs, 1965 June.

19 5

Layout showing text for book jacket.

40 23

Preliminary art, pen and ink on board, 2 sheets.

36 1-2

Preliminary art for page 3, pen and ink and graphite on tracing paper and paper.

36 3
Final art.
Box Folder

Final art for book jacket, pen and ink on board, with blue, red, and yellow color separations, 4 sheets.

42 5

Final art for page 11, pen and ink on paper.

40 24

Final art for page 28, pen and ink on board.

36 5

Final art for page 37, pen and ink on board.

36 6

Final art for page 49, pen and ink on board.

36 7

Final art for page 57, pen and ink on board.

36 8

Final art for page 63, pen and ink on board.

36 9

Final art for page 75, pen and ink on board.

36 10

Final art for page 80, pen and ink on board.

36 11

Final art for page 100, pen and ink on board.

36 12

Final art for page 109, pen and ink on board.

36 13

Final art for page 115, pen and ink on board.

36 14

Final art for page 155, pen and ink on board.

36 15

Final art for page 169, pen and ink on board.

36 16

Final art for page 171, pen and ink on board.

36 17

Final art for page 175, pen and ink on board.

36 18

Final art for page 185, pen and ink on board.

36 19
Box Folder

Book jacket proofs, 7 sheets.

42 4

Illustration proofs, 36 sheets.

19 5

Book cover including boards, no text block.

36 4

Santa Claus Forever!, 1983.

Box Folder
Manuscript and typescript drafts, circa 1982.
Scope and Contents note

Working titles include "The Troubles of Santa Claus," "Shall Santa Claus Retire?" "Santa Claus Decides to Retire," "Santa Claus' Great Decision," and "Santa Claus story."

5 14

Setting copy, corrected typescript, 1982 December 6.

5 15

Dummy made with photocopied materials.

5 16

Correspondence and corrections, 1982-1985.

5 17

Snowbound with Betsy, 1962.

Box Folder

"The Christmas Program," carbon copy and corrected typescript.

6 1

Summer Fun, 1986.

Box Folder

Research notes, correspondence, and clippings, 1983-1984.

6 2

Chapter drafts, carbon copy.

6 3
Chapter drafts, corrected typescript, 1985.
Scope and Contents note

Includes letter from David Reuther at Morrow Junior Books.

6 4

Galley proofs, 1985 August 30.

6 5

A Sundae with Judy, 1949.

Box Folder

Preliminary art for book jacket, watercolor on board.

36 20

Separated title text.

36 20
Final art.
Box Folder

Final art for book jacket, pen and ink on board, with blue, red, and tan color separations, 4 sheets.

36 21

Final art for cover, pen and ink on board.

36 22

Final art for page 4, pen and ink on board.

36 23

Final art for page 11, pen and ink on board.

36 24

Final art for page 17, pen and ink on board.

36 25

Final art for page 32, pen and ink on board.

36 26

Final art for page 43, pen and ink on board.

36 27

Final art for page 50, pen and ink on board.

36 28

Final art for page 55, pen and ink on board.

36 29

Final art for page 69, pen and ink on board.

36 30

Final art for page 73, pen and ink on board.

36 31

Final art for page 92, pen and ink on board.

36 32

Final art for page 109, pen and ink on board.

36 33

Final art for page 123, pen and ink on board.

36 34

Final art for page 137, pen and ink on tracing paper.

38 8

Final art for page 143, pen and ink on board.

36 35

Final art for page 165, pen and ink on board.

36 36

Final art for page 189, pen and ink on board.

36 37

Taffy and Melissa Molasses, 1969.

Box Folder

Chapter drafts, manuscript.

6 6

Chapter drafts, revised typescript and carbon copy.

6 7

Revised typescript draft.

6 8

Letter from editor and editorial suggestions.

6 9

Setting copy, corrected typescript and corrected carbon copy.

6 10

Corrected galley proofs.

22 3

Preliminary art for book jacket, pen and ink and watercolor on board.

37 1
Final art.
Box Folder

Final art for book jacket, pen and ink on board, with color separations, 6 sheets.

41 10

Final art for page 13, pen and ink on board.

37 2

Final art for page 31, pen and ink on board.

37 3

Final art for page 47, pen and ink on board.

37 4

Final art for page 53, pen and ink on board.

37 5

Final art for page 71, pen and ink on board.

37 6

Final art for page 75, pen and ink on board.

37 7

Final art for page 90, pen and ink on board.

37 8

Final art for page 97, pen and ink on board.

37 9

Final art for page 108, pen and ink on board.

37 10

Final art for page 117, pen and ink on board.

37 11

Final art for page 132, pen and ink on board.

37 12

Final art for page 150, pen and ink on board.

37 13

Final art for page 170, pen and ink on board.

37 14

Final art for page 175, pen and ink on board.

37 15
Box Folder

Black and white mock-up for book jacket.

38 1

Color mock-up for book jacket.

40 19

Two and Two Are Four, 1940.

Box Folder

"A Night in the Barn," typescript.

6 11

Final art for page 35, pen and ink on tracing paper.

38 4

Final art for page 105, pen and ink on tracing paper.

38 5

Final art for page 127, pen and ink on tracing paper mounted to board.

38 6

Final art for page 140, pen and ink on tracing paper.

38 7

A Valentine Fantasy, 1976.

Box Folder

Corrected galley proofs, 1975 July.

21 5

Revised typescript drafts.

6

21

12

5

Unidentified works.

Box Folder

Illustration for unidentified work, graphite on board, 1 sheet, circa 1935-1975.

37 16

Illustration for unidentified work, pen and ink on tracing paper, 1 sheet, circa 1935-1975.

38 3

Illustrations for various unidentified works, pen and ink on board, 3 sheets, circa 1935-1975.

37 17-19

Clippings and reprints.

Book reviews.

Box Folder

Annie Pat and Eddie, 1960-1961.

7 1

Away Went the Balloons, 1973-1975.

7 2

"B" Is for Betsy, 1939, 1984.

7 3

Back to School with Betsy, 1943.

7 4

Betsy and Billy, 1941.

7 5

Betsy and the Boys, 1945.

7 6

Betsy and the Circus, 1954-1955.

7 7

Betsy and Mr. Kilpatrick, 1967.

7 8

Betsy's Busy Summer, 1956.

7 9

Betsy's Little Star, 1950-1951.

7 10

Betsy's Play School, 1977-1978.

7 11

Betsy's Winterhouse, 1958.

7 12

"C" Is for Cupcake, 1974.

7 13

A Christmas Fantasy, 1972-1973.

7 14

Eddie and Gardenia, 1951-1952.

7 15

Eddie and His Big Deal, 1955-1956.

7 16

Eddie and the Fire Engine, 1949.

7 17

Eddie Makes Music, 1957-1958.

7 18

Eddie's Friend, Boodles, 1991-1992.

7 19

Eddie's Green Thumb, 1964.

7 20

Eddie's Happenings, 1971.

7 21

Eddie's Menagerie, 1978, 1979.

7 22

Eddie's Pay Dirt, 1953.

7 23

Eddie's Valuable Property, 1975, undated.

7 24

Halloween Treats, 1981.

7 25

Happy Birthday from Carolyn Haywood, 1984-1985.

7 26

Hello, Star, 1987-1988.

7 27

Here Comes the Bus, 1962-1964.

7 28-29

Here's a Penny, 1944-1950.

7 30

How the Reindeer Saved Santa, 1986-1987.

7 31

The King's Monster, 1980-1981.

7 32

Little Eddie, 1947, 1976.

7 33

Make a Joyful Noise!, 1984-1985.

7 34

Merry Christmas from Betsy, 1970.

7 35

Mixed-Up Twins, 1952-1953.

8 1

Penny and Peter, 1946-1947.

8 2

Penny Goes to Camp, 1948.

8 3

Primose Day, 1942.

8 4

Robert Rows a River, 1965-1967.

8 5

Santa Claus Forever!, 1983, 1988.

8 6

Snowbound with Betsy, 1962.

8 7

Summer Fun, 1986-1987.

8 8

Two and Two Are Four, 1940, 1987.

8 9

A Valentine Fantasy, 1976.

8 10

Articles about Carolyn Haywood, circa 1931-1986.

Box Folder

Burns, Paul C. and Ruth Hines. "Carolyn Haywood." Elementary English 47, no. 2 (February 1970): 172-175.

8 11-12

Epstein, Connie. "The Magic of the Familiar." Top of the News 21, no. 1 (November 1964): 19-22.

8 13
Huus, Helen. "The Forgotten Child." Top of the News 27, no. 2 (January 1971): 177-186.
Scope and Contents note

This article was the keynote address at the Drexel University and the Free Library of Philadelphia's conference on "The Forgotten Child" in April 1970.

8 14

Lowrie, Sarah Dickson. "As One Woman Sees It," typescript, circa 1931.

8 15

Publicity, 1941-1986, undated.

8 16-20

Shaffer, Ellen. "Rare Book Department, Free Library of Philadelphia." Offprint from The Papers of the Bibliographical Society of America 64 (1970).

8 21

Shakin, Grace. “Our Debt to Carolyn Haywood.” Reprint from Elementary English 32, no. 1 (January 1955).

8 22

West, Roland. "Carolyn Haywood's World," corrected photocopies, circa 1975.

8 23

Correspondence.

Scope and Contents note

Carolyn Haywood maintained records for both personal and business correspondence. Her earliest personal correspondence was housed in a box labeled "family letters" and had no original order. The business correspondence was mainly kept in folders identified and arranged by her secretary and executrix, Glenna Luizzi.

Many of her business letters were from organizations requesting donations of her work. A portion of the folders consist of letters from publishing houses that were reprinting her work. Other letters are from various organizations of which Haywood was a member. Correspondence after Carolyn Haywood's death regarding the publication of Eddie's Friend, Boodles was kept between Ms. Luizzi, Haywood's lawyers, at Saul, Ewing, Remick, and Saul, and her publishers, William Morrow and Company. Carolyn Haywood also received fan letters throughout her career, many of which were from large classes of school children. Her friend and editor Connie Epstein is represented in the William Morrow and Company folders.

Her personal correspondence is made up of letters from family members and friends. Many folders hold only one letter from the correspondent. The bulk of the letters from her mother, Mary Emma Cook Haywood, and from Violet Oakley, were written during Carolyn Haywood's trip to Europe in 1922.

Business correspondence.

Box Folder

Anne Arundel County Public Library, 1974 January 9.

9 1

Appalachian State University, 1973-1974.

9 2

Authors’ Guild, 1990 February 21.

9 3

Avery Coonley School, 1929 September 16.

9 4

California. Dept. of Education, 1968 December 13.

9 5

Cleveland Public Library, 1969.

9 6

Dell Publishing Company, 1987-1990.

9 7

Fadiman, Clifton, 1968 September 5.

9 8
Fan mail, 1943-1991, undated.
Scope and Contents note

Includes letters from classes of school children, most of which are oversized.

9 9-16
Free Library of Philadelphia, 1956-1979.
Scope and Contents note

Includes letters from Carolyn Field.

9 17
G.T. Rageot, 1962-1965.
Scope and Contents note

Includes color copies of photographs of children and two book jackets that were used as examples for the French publication of Penny and Peter.

9 18

Green Tiger Press, 1980-1985.

9 19
Hamilton, Elizabeth, 1938-1946, undated.
Scope and Contents note

Includes one photograph of Elizabeth Hamilton.

9 20

Harcourt Brace and Company, 1947-1983.

9 21-22

Harrisburg Public Library, 1969 June 11.

9 23

Hazelwood School District, 1979 May 24.

9 24

Henson, D.O., 1924 June 1.

9 25

Kanawha County Public Library, 1964 September 9.

9 26

Kerlan Collection, 1964.

9 27

Lucerni, Ugo and Fauste, 1955 June 17.

9 28

Minneapolis Public Library, 1969.

9 29
New York Public Library. 135th Street Branch, 1950 June 9.
Scope and Contents note

Includes a program for "Books about Negro Life for Children" by Augusta Baker.

9 30

Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Arts, 1978 August 7.

9 31
Pocket Books, 1979-1981.
Scope and Contents note

Includes catalog and calendar of Pocket Books from 1979.

9 32-34

Posthumous correspondence between Glenna G. Luizzi, William Morrow and Company, and Saul, Ewing, Remick and Saul, 1989-1991.

9 35-37

Principia, 1968-1969.

9 38

Reader's Digest Association, 1969-1971.

9 39

Rosemont Elementary School, 1980 June 12.

9 40

San Diego County. Dept. of Education, 1968 September 20.

9 41

Santa Fe Library Association, 1968 September 27.

9 42

Springfield City Library Association, 1942 December 30.

9 43

St. Louis County Library, 1969.

9 44

St. Louis Public Library, 1969 March 7.

9 45

Strawberry Mansion, 1968.

9 46

Transcript Newspapers, 1980 February 28.

9 47

University of Oregon Library, 1968 April 24.

9 48

University of Minnesota. College of Education, 1969.

9 49

University of Southern Mississippi, circa 1972-1979, 1980.

9 50

Westminster Press, 1981-1984.

9 51
William Morrow and Company, 1955-1989.
Scope and Contents note

Includes one photograph of Carolyn Haywood and Connie Epstein.

10 1-12

Wissahickon School District, 1974, 1977.

10 13

Woodmere Art Gallery, 1973 February 22.

10 14

Worcester County Library, 1979 August 23.

10 15

Young Women’s Christian Association of Philadelphia, 1968 October 21.

10 16

Personal correspondence.

Box Folder

Alexander, Lloyd, 1971.

10 17
Ambrus, Glenys and Victor G., circa 1971-1980.
Scope and Contents note

Includes three photographs of Victor, Glenys, and their children.

10 18

Astor, Nancy, 1955, 1959.

10 19

Barney, Marian and Pope, 1925, 1928.

10 20

Bourdin, L., 1922-1926.

10 21

Breckenridge, Hugh H., 1922 December 16.

10 22

Brommel, Kathryn, 1927.

10 23
Cozens, Henrietta, circa 1920s.
Scope and Contents note

Contains three Christmas cards.

10 24
Culver, Janet, 1986-1987.
Scope and Contents note

Includes ten photographs of children from Cornell School, Okemos, MI.

10 25

Cunningham, Maude, 1922 July 10.

10 26

De Angeli, Marguerite, 1969-1971.

10 27

Dick, Mary, 1922 July 22.

10 28

Emerson, Edith, 1921-1929.

10 29-33

Hawkins, Nell B., 1924 December 29.

10 34

Haywood, George, circa 1922-1953.

11 1-5

Haywood, Mary Emma Cook, circa 1922-1929.

11 6-18

Hooker, Elon H., Mrs., 1929.

11 19
Jarvis, Charles, 1920 November 5.
Scope and Contents note

Includes a postcard and typescript titled, "The Sabbath Day."

11 20

King, Florence B., circa 1925-1990.

11 21

Lew, Gale Wagenseller, 1988.

11 22
Lew, Pamela, 1989.
Scope and Contents note

Includes one photograph of children and family members.

11 23

M.W., Gertrude, 1929 August 15.

12 1
McDougal, Caroline Stuart, 1944-1982.
Scope and Contents note

Includes three photographs of unidentified children and a short story written by Carolyn Haywood titled "Letters from Caroline." Caroline wrote Carolyn Haywood her first fan letter for "'B' is for Betsy" and later became an editor for one of Haywood's books.

12 2-3

Milhous, Katherine, 1961-1971.

12 4
Oakley, Violet, circa 1918-1960.
Scope and Contents note

Includes three photographs, two of Carolyn Haywood and one of Florence, Italy.

12 6-17

Peterson, Jake and Lizzie, circa 1922-1930.

12 18

Pomfret, John E., 1968-1986.

12 19

Roelofs, Helen, 1986.

12 20

Rous, Sophie, 1929 June 19.

12 21

Smith, Jessie Willcox, circa 1920-1929.

12 22

Steere, Laura Lew, 1989.

12 23
Unidentified correspondents, circa 1920-1929.
Scope and Contents note

Includes a telegram, two photographs of an unidentified woman, three postcards from the Swiss Alps, and a photograph of a square in Paris.

12 24

---, Ethel, 1931 March 13.

12 25

Personal artwork.

Box Folder
Bookplates designed by Carolyn Haywood and others, 105 sheets, circa 1918-1940.
Scope and Contents note

Includes bookplate designed by Elizabeth Shippen Green Elliott for Henrietta Cozens.

12 26-27

Cards designed by Carolyn Haywood, 13 sheets, circa 1928-1930.

12 28

Cards from Carolyn and George Haywood, 16 sheets, circa 1940-1958.

12 29

Cards from Carolyn Haywood, 121 sheets, circa 1918-1990.

13 1-2

Cards from Carolyn Haywood and Elfrieda Klauder, 6 sheets, circa 1923-1929.

13

43

3

11-14

Object
"Donald Paul - inspiration for the Eddie books," framed oil painting, circa 1937-1947.
General note

This item is located in the Central Children's Department.

2
Box Folder

Illustration of children dancing around maypole, pen and ink on board, circa 1918-1970.

43 7

Illustration of a little girl, watercolor on paper, circa 1918-1970.

13 4
Illustration of princess, watercolor, circa 1930-1939.
Scope and Contents note

A note written by Carolyn Haywood that is mounted with the illustration says: "This is the illustration I showed to Elizabeth Hamilton that made her suggest I write and illustrate for children."

43 10

"Maria" drawing and text, colored pencil and pen and ink on paper, 1 sheet, circa 1918-1990.

13 5

Original art for Christmas cards, 6 sheets, circa 1920-1955.

13 6

Portrait of Carolyn Haywood by Malthe Hasselriis, colored pencil and pastel, 1962.

Physical Facet note
Framed.
48 6

Published advertisements, circa 1933.

43 9

Sketchbooks.

Box Folder
Cartridge sketchbook, graphite and pen and ink, 44 pages, circa 1965-1968.
Scope and Contents note

Sketches and notes are probably for an Eddie book, possibly Ever-Ready Eddie.

23 1
Cloth tape-bound sketchbook, graphite and marker, 78 pages, circa 1965-1969.
Scope and Contents note

Includes notes and sketches for Robert Rows the River and  Taffy and Melissa Molasses.

23 2
Daler sketchbook, graphite and pen and ink, 78 pages, circa 1965-1970.
Scope and Contents note

Includes notes and sketches for Robert Rows the River and  Merry Christmas from Betsy.

23 3
Kent sketchbook, graphite, 38 pages, circa 1966.
Scope and Contents note

Includes sketches for Eddie the Dog Holder.

23 4
Robert Rebetz Basel sketchbook, graphite, 60 pages, circa 1957.
Scope and Contents note

Includes notes and sketches probably for Eddie Makes Music.

23 5
Sennelier sketchbook, graphite, pen and ink, and watercolor, 94 pages, circa 1975.
Scope and Contents note

Includes notes and sketches relating to: religious topics, "C" is for Cupcake,  Eddie's Valuable Property.

23 6
The Spiral sketchbook number 894, graphite and pen and ink, 26 pages, circa 1957-1958.
Scope and Contents note

Includes sketches probably for Eddie Makes Music and  Betsy's Winterhouse.

23 7
Spirax sketchbook, pen and ink and watercolor, 74 sheets, circa 1962.
Scope and Contents note

Includes notes and sketches, drawings of an old town, and a recipe for "Hot Fig Dessert." Page 31 is dated January 9th, 1962.

23 8
Stuart sketchbook, graphite, 38 pages, circa 1959.
Scope and Contents note

Includes notes and sketches for Eddie and Louella.

23 9
Winsor and Newton sketchbook, graphite and pen and ink, 42 pages, circa 1971.
Scope and Contents note

Includes notes and sketches for Eddie’s Happenings.

23 10
Loose pages from sketchbooks, graphite on paper, 24 sheets, circa 1964-1973.
Scope and Contents note

Includes sketches and outlines for Away Went the Balloons,  Eddie's Green Thumb, and  Taffy and Melissa Molasses.

23 11
Box Folder

Sketches, graphite and pen and ink on paper, 24 sheets, circa 1950-1980.

13 7

Sketches of St. Ives and Norwegian scenery, pen and ink and watercolor, 7 sheets, circa 1930-1980.

13 8

Stenciled verses, graphite and pen and ink on paper.

43 8

Photographs and slides.

Scope and Contents note

The subseries "Artwork-related photographs" contains three albums of photographs of Carolyn Haywood's finished paintings. Photographs found with Correspondence or Subject files were kept in their original order under their respective series. The photographs have been removed from the albums and placed in mylar for preservation purposes.

Photographs of Carolyn Haywood with her grandmother can be found in the folder "Cook, Mary." Copies of photographs of her great grandmother can be found in the "Leigh, Margaret" folder.

Artwork-related photographs.

Box Folder

Black album, photographs of portraits by Carolyn Haywood, 59 items, 1956-1971.

13 9-10

Black and white photographs of portraits by Carolyn Haywood, 42 items, undated.

13 11-13

Model children reference photographs and negatives, 888 items, undated.

44-46

Photographs of portraits by Carolyn Haywood, 46 items, 1960-1974.

13 14-15

Red album, photographs of portraits by Carolyn Haywood, 28 items, 1960-1979.

13 16-17

Snapshots of children posing for book illustrations, 24 items, undated.

44

White album, photographs of portraits by Carolyn Haywood, 17 items, 1963, 1970-1973.

13 18-19

Carolyn Haywood, family, and friends.

Box Folder

Chestnut Hill home of Carolyn Haywood, 34 items, circa 1955-1966.

13 20

Cook, Mary, 3 items, circa 1910.

13 21

Esherick, Margaret, 6 items, circa 1940-1951.

14 1
Events and appearances with Carolyn Haywood, 23 items, 1949-1974.
Scope and Contents note

Includes a photograph of a Drexel University Graduate School of Library Science citation to Lloyd Alexander, illuminated by Carolyn Haywood, March 23, 1972.

14 2

Friends of Carolyn Haywood, 28 items, circa 1950-1975.

14 3

Gem photograph pin, circa 1900.

48 2

Haywood, Charles, 2 items, circa 1880-1900.

14 4

Haywood, George, 14 items, circa 1902-1951.

14 5

Haywood, Mary Emma Cook , 18 items, circa 1884-1934.

14

48

6

3-4

Leigh, Margaret, 3 items, circa 1884-1890.
Scope and Contents note

Photographs of Margaret Leigh are copies; the original is not in this collection.

14 7

Lew family, 30 items, 1971-1988.

14 8

Negatives of family photographs, 49 items, circa 1925-1990.

14 9
Portraits of Carolyn Haywood, 65 items, circa 1939-1965.
Scope and Contents note

Includes photograph of colored pencil and pastel portrait of Carolyn Haywood by Malthe Hasselriis.

14 10

RMS Queen Mary with Carolyn Haywood, 8 items, circa 1960.

14 11

Scattergood, Mary R., circa 1900-1920.

14 12
Tintypes, 2 items, circa 1880-1925.
Scope and Contents note

The first tintype, from July 1888, shows four young women; the woman farthest to the right is likely Carolyn Haywood's mother, Mary Emma Cook Haywood. The second tintype of a young boy is likely Carolyn Haywood's brother, George.

14 13

Vassar College mural and travel photographs, 35 items adhered to 6 sheets, circa 1924.

43 1-6

Wanamaker, Gertrude Murray, portrait photograph, circa 1890-1920.

43 16

Youthful photographs of Carolyn Haywood, 34 items, circa 1900-1930.

14 14

Color slides of travel.

Box Folder

Athens, Greece, 12 slides, 1969 October.

14 15

Ephesus, Turkey, 12 slides, 1969 October.

14 16

Europe, 39 slides, 1951 July 13.

14 17

Europe, 66 slides, circa 1951.

14 18-19

Europe, 4 slides, 1969 October.

14 20

Europe, 12 slides, 1970 August.

14 21

Fuschl, Austria, 12 slides, 1969 October.

14 22

Greece, 12 slides, 1969 October.

15 1

Greece and Istanbul, Turkey, 12 slides, 1969 October.

15 2

Salzburg, Austria, 12 slides, 1969 October.

15 3

Travel, 40 slides, 1952 September 15.

15 4

Travel, 33 slides, 1952 October 11.

15 5

Venice, Italy, 12 slides, 1969 October.

15 6

Promotional materials.

Box Folder

Advertisements and sale catalogs featuring Haywood's books, 1942-1976.

15 7

Form letters to fans, circa 1939-1991.

15 8

Morrow Junior Books, author biography and book list, 1958-1991.

15 9

Programs and invitations to events, 1923-1987.

15 10

Promotional buttons for Ever-Ready Eddie, 1986.

47 1

Published volumes.

Books by Carolyn Haywood.

Scope and Contents note

This series contains almost all of the 29 books Haywood wrote in the first three decades of her career (not including Taffy and Melissa Molasses, 1969), uniformly 3/4 bound in modern blue calf over marbled paper boards, gold-stamped, with top edge gilt.

Box

Annie Pat and Eddie. New York: William Morrow & Company1960.

50

"B" Is for Betsy. New York: Harcourt, Brace & World, Inc.1939.

50

Back to School with Betsy. New York: Harcourt, Brace & World, Inc.1943.

50

Betsy and Billy. New York: Harcourt, Brace & World, Inc.1941.

50

Betsy and Mr. Kilpatrick. New York: William Morrow and Company1967.

50

Betsy and the Boys. New York: Harcourt, Brace & World, Inc.1945.

50

Betsy and the Circus. New York: William Morrow & Company1954.

50

Betsy's Busy Summer. New York: William Morrow & Company1956.

50

Betsy's Little Star. New York: William Morrow & Company1950.

50

Betsy's Winterhouse. New York: William Morrow and Company1958.

50

Eddie and Gardenia. New York: William Morrow & Company1951.

50

Eddie and His Big Deals. New York: William Morrow and Company1955.

50

Eddie and Louella. New York: William Morrow & Company1959.

50

Eddie and the Fire Engine. New York: William Morrow & Company1949.

50

Eddie Makes Music. New York: William Morrow and Company1957.

50

Eddie the Dog Holder. New York: William Morrow and Company1966.

51

Eddie's Green Thumb. New York: William Morrow and Company1964.

51

Eddie's Pay Dirt. New York: William Morrow & Company1953.

51

Ever-Ready Eddie. New York: William Morrow and Company1968.

51

Here Comes the Bus! New York: William Morrow and Company1963.

51

Here's a Penny. New York: Harcourt, Brace & World1944.

51

Little Eddie. New York: William Morrow and Company1947.

51

Mixed-Up Twins. New York: William Morrow & Company1952.

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Penny and Peter. New York: Harcourt, Brace & World, Inc.1946.

51

Penny Goes to Camp. New York: William Morrow & Company1948.

51

Primrose Day. New York: Harcourt, Brace & World, Inc.1942.

51

Robert Rows the River. New York: William Morrow and Company1965.

51

Snowbound with Betsy. New York: William Morrow and Company1962.

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Two and Two are Four. New York: Harcourt, Brace & World, Inc.1940.

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Books by other authors.

Box

Oakley, Violet. The Holy Experiment: Our Heritage from William Penn, 1644-1944. Philadelphia: Cogslea Studio Publications1951.

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Scrapbooks.

Box Folder
Eleanor Bradley's scrapbook on Carolyn Haywood, circa 1983-1989.
Scope and Contents note

Found in Eleanor Bradley's apartment by Adele Panofsky and sent to Haywood in 1989. It includes photographs, clippings, cards, and correspondence. Items have been removed from scrapbook for preservation purposes.

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Guest register for tea honoring Constance Epstein, 1982 July 13.

15 13
Reviews of Carolyn Haywood's books, 1940-1945.
Scope and Contents note

This scrapbook consists mostly of newspaper clippings, with one photograph and one letter. It has been disbound, and blank pages discarded for preservation purposes.

15 14-16
Self-adhesive album, circa 1948-1990.
Scope and Contents note

This scrapbook consists of photographs, clippings, and invitations. It was probably assembled by Caroline Stuart McDougal or "Mary Ann [Marian]." Items were photocopied in situ and then removed from the self-adhesive pages for preservation purposes.

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Sound recordings.

"Carnival of Books".

Scope and Contents note

"Carnival of Books" was a radio broadcast focused on children's books that was carried by the National Broadcasting Company (NBC) in the 1950s. Developed and written by Ruth Harshaw, it featured a different book weekly. An excerpt of the book, adapted for the radio, was performed by actors, and the author was also interviewed about the book.

Source: Mary K. Eakin, "Educational News and Editorial Comment," The Elementary School Journal Vol. 52, No. 3 (Nov., 1951): pp. 125-134.

Box Folder

"Carnival of Books: Eddie Makes Music," 2 78 rpm records and radio script, 1958 February 8.

24 4-6

"Carnival of Books: Eddie's Pay Dirt," 2 78 rpm records and radio script, 1954 October 2.

24 7-8

"Carnival of Books: Little Eddie and  Eddie and Gardenia," 2 78 rpm records, 1951 December 1.

24 9-10

"Carnival of Books," parts II and III, 78 rpm record, 1950 March 25.

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"Carolyn Haywood reading".

Scope and Contents note

Includes "Mr. Kilpatrick's Birthday," from Betsy and the Circus and "What Eddie Brought Home" from  Little Eddie.

Box Folder

"Carolyn Haywood Reading," audiotape, after 1954.

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"Carolyn Haywood Reads," long-playing record, after 1954.
Scope and Contents note

Together in record sleeve with another LP: Patricia May, "What Christmas Means to Me" and "Angel of Love" (Parkway Records, 1962. D.J. copy).

24 1

"Carolyn Haywood Reading, 25th Anniversary Recording," long-playing record, 2 copies, 1964.

24 2-3
Box Folder

Children's Prose Festival: Carolyn Haywood, audiocassette, 1973 May.

47 7

Children's Prose Festival: Mary Q. Steele, Jean Fritz, and Carolyn Haywood, audiocassette, 1973 November.

47 8

Christian Science lecture, "Rosamond Boynton's teacher - Margaret [Matters]," audiocassette, circa 1970-1990.

47 9

Congratulations to prize-winners (unfinished recording), audiocassette, circa 1970-1990.

47 10

Excerpts from Eddie and the Fire Engine, audiotape, circa 1950-1970.

47 3

"Haywood and Henry," audiotape, circa 1950-1970.

47 4

"Here's a Penny" recorded by Elmer Talbert, audiotape, 1971 April.

47 6

"Laura and Rob's Wedding," audiocassette, 1989 September 9.

47 11
"The Sailboat," audiocassette, circa 1986.
Scope and Contents note

This appears to be Haywood's dictation of an early draft of the story "The Picnic," published in Summer Fun.

47 12

Telephone interview with elementary school children, audiocassette, circa 1978.

47 13

W[P]OE-FM interview with Pat Kugelman, audiotape, 1969 April 9.

47 5

Subject files.

Scope and Contents note

Carolyn Haywood kept subject files on a variety of subjects of interest to her. After her death, these files were kept and augmented, most likely by her secretary and executrix Glenna Luizzi. A wealth of biographical and genealogical information can be found in this series in the “Biographical notes” file and in the files on Haywood’s brother George Haywood, mother Mary Emma Cook Haywood, and cousin Gale Wagenseller Lew. Records include a family tree, obituaries, financial information, report cards, death certificates, and other personal information on Haywood and members of her family. Further insight into Haywood’s professional life, honors, and travels can be found in the subjects files for “Diplomas,” “Financial records,” “Passports,” and “Murals by Carolyn Haywood.” Haywood’s lifelong mentors Jessie Willcox Smith, Violet Oakley, and Elizabeth Shippen Green Elliot are also well-represented. Slides, greeting cards, bookplates, clippings, photographs, and other ephemera related to these famous illustrators’ work may be found in their respective subject files.

Original order has been maintained as far as was practicable in the subject files. Unless otherwise stated, correspondence with any of the subjects listed below is in the Correspondence series. Further information about Violet Oakley, Oakley’s companion Edith Emerson, and members of Haywood’s family may also be found in the Correspondence and Photographs series.

Box Folder

Ambrus, Glenys and Victor G., circa 1971-1980.

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Biographical notes, 1973, 1990.

15 19-20

Christian Science, circa 1925-1990.

15 21
Clipper Line, 1966 July.
Scope and Contents note

Includes programs from 'The Fairytale-Tours of Denmark," a trip Haywood took on the Clipper Line's Stella Polaris.

16 1
Clubs, circa 1918-1990.
Scope and Contents note

Includes membership lists, by-laws, and constitutions for The Fellowship of the Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts, Friends of the Bryn Mawr College Library, The Philadelphia Water Color Club, The Cosmopolitan Club of Philadelphia, and The Authors' Guild, Inc.

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Diplomas.

Box Folder

Carolyn Haywood, Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts, William Emlen Cresson Prize Memorial Fund, certificate, 1922 May 25.

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Carolyn Haywood, Philadelphia High School for Girls diploma, 1916 February 3.

43 20

Carolyn Haywood, Philadelphia public schools teaching certificate, 1918 February 12.

43 21

George Haywood, Germantown High School diploma, 1919 June 25.

43 22

George Haywood, University of Pennsylvania Evening School of Accounts and Finance, Certificate of Proficiency, 1925 June 12.

43 23

Mary Emma Cook Haywood, Philadelphia public schools teaching certificate, 1885 July 14.

43 24
Box Folder
Distinguished Daughters of Pennsylvania, 1969-1985.
Scope and Contents note

Includes a copy of the invocation for induction into Distinguished Daughters of Pennsylvania in 1969, programs, articles, invitations, correspondence with Connie Epstein, and a photograph of Haywood with Ruth Weir Miller, Virginia Knauer, and Mary C. Stackpole.

16 6-8

Elliott, Elizabeth Shippen Green, circa 1910-1950.

16 9
Emerson, Edith, circa 1920-1970.
Scope and Contents note

Includes two photographs of Emerson.

16 10

Financial records, 1981 March 11.

16 11
Haywood, George, circa 1943-1958.
Scope and Contents note

Includes records of George Haywood’s army service, tax returns, and estate settlement, as well as a charcoal portrait of him by Carolyn Haywood.

16 12

Haywood, Mary Emma Cook, circa 1880-1940.

16 13

Horses, circa 1955-1960.

16 14

Ideas for stories, circa 1956-1960.

16 15

Lew, Gale Wagenseller, circa 1960-1963.

16 16
Murals by Carolyn Haywood, circa 1924-1935.
Scope and Contents note

This file contains information about murals done by Carolyn Haywood, including those done at the Manayunk National Bank of Philadelphia. It includes correspondence, a Certificate of Copyright Registration, contracts, articles, a photograph of the mural at Manayunk National Bank, three photographs of the murals at the auditorium of the Hamilton Disston School, and one unidentified photograph.

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Oakley, Violet, circa 1918-1990.
Scope and Contents note

The Violet Oakley subject files include two photographs of murals by Violet Oakley from the series "The Creation and Preservation of the Union" in the Senate Chamber at the State Capital of Pennsylvania (1920). Also included are an article about the Red Rose Girls, a copy of the Philadelphia Museum of Art Bulletin about the work of Violet Oakley (1979), an article about the Vassar College Alumnae House sent to Carolyn Haywood, two photographs of Violet Oakley, one photograph of Oakley with Edith Emerson, and an oversized photograph of a portrait of Mrs. Elon Huntington Hooker by Violet Oakley.

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Passports, 1955, 1959.

17 1

Philadelphia Children's Reading Round Table, 1985.

17 2

Pomfret, John E., circa 1960-1970.

17 3

Portraits of interest, circa 1950-1980.

17 4-7

Pyle, Howard, 1908.

17 8

Rockefeller family, circa 1930-1990.

17 9
Smith, Jessie Willcox, circa 1915-1985.
Scope and Contents note

Includes correspondence regarding an article Carolyn Haywood was writing about Smith.

17 10-13

U.S. Congressional Record quotation, 1957 June 7.

17 14
Vassar College Alumnae House, circa 1924-1984.
Scope and Contents note

The Vassar College Alumanae House's painted decorations were designed by Violet Oakley. Carolyn Haywood and Edith Emerson worked as her assistants on the project. This file includes five photographs of Violet Oakley and Carolyn Haywood painting the ceiling from a scaffolding. There are also four drawings of Vassar buildings by Carolyn Haywood, and several articles about the project.

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