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Guide to the Papers of Kenneth Roberts, 1890 - 1972

Manuscript ML-25

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Title:

Guide to the Papers of Kenneth Roberts, 1890 - 1972

Call Number:

Manuscript ML-25

Collection Dates:

1890 - 1972 1930 - 1950

Size of Collection:

112 boxes (103 linear ft.)

Abstract:

Kenneth L. Roberts (1885-1957), reporter and historical novelist. Received honorary doctorate from Dartmouth College in 1934. The papers consist of manuscripts, galley proofs, correspondence, diaries, articles, maps, photographs, sketches and research material as well as scrapbooks and letter books. The papers represent his career as a writer and his interest in the practice of water dowsing.

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Introduction to the Collection

The papers of Kenneth Roberts contain manuscripts, galley proofs, correspondence, diaries, articles, maps, photographs, sketches and research material as well as scrapbooks and letter books, chronicling his career as a reporter and historical novelist. Of note is his extensive research and writing on dowsing, including material related to his company "Water Unlimited."

Biography

Kenneth L. Roberts was born on December 8, 1885, in Kennebunk, Maine. He graduated from Cornell University in 1908. From 1909-1917, he was a reporter and special writer for the Boston Post and from 1915-1917, held various editorial and writing positions for "Life" and "Puck" magazines. During World War I he served as captain in the intelligence section of the Siberian Expeditionary Force. After the war he worked as the staff correspondent for the Saturday Evening Post. He received an honorary degree from Dartmouth College in 1934, from Colby College in 1935, from Middlebury College and Bowdoin in 1938, and from Northeastern University in 1945. He was the author of "Arundel," "Lively Lady," and "Rabble in Arms"; all of which were published in the 1930s. His later work includes "Northwest Passage," "Trading in Maine" and "Lydia Bailey". In 1949, he published his autobiography "I Wanted to Write". In 1957, he received a Special Pulitzer Prize Citation from Columbia University for excellence in historical writing. In the late 1940s, Roberts became interested in the practice of water dowsing. In 1950, he formed a corporation, "Water Unlimited," with Henry Gross, a retired game warden and dowser. He also wrote three books on the subject: "Henry Gross and his Dowsing Rod," "The Seventh Sense" and "Water Unlimited," which was published posthumously. Roberts died on July 21, 1957.

Series, Box & Folder List

Series 1, Papers, 1890-1972

Contains correspondence, manuscripts, research material, maps, sketches scrapbooks and letter books, diaries, expense books and diplomas

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Box: 1, Dates: circa 1920-1954

Account book - Book MSS "Arundel"

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Box Contents

  • Folder: 1, Account book containing financial information, undated
  • Folder: 2, Anna Mosser Roberts: Article: "Sojourning In The Italy Of Today", by Anna Roberts; in "National ""Geographic", September, 1936
  • Folder: 3, Anna Mosser Roberts: Correspondence, 1958-1962
  • Folder: 4, Anna Mosser Roberts: Drafts of an introduction for a proposed book, 1959
  • Folder: 5, Anna Mosser Roberts: List of antique guns for insurance purposes, undated
  • Folder: 6, Anna Mosser Roberts: Photographs, undated
  • Folder: 7, "Saturday Evening Post" dog articles, by Kenneth Roberts, 1925-1932
  • Folder: 8, Travel diary, 1933
  • Folder: 9, Articles: "The Great Carbolic Speech", by Kenneth Roberts; carbon, undated
  • Folder: 10, Articles: "Haying Now Or Not At All", by Kenneth Roberts; corrected original, undated
  • Folder: 11, Articles: Miscellaneous one page short subjects, undated
  • Folder: 12, Articles: Miscellaneous war short subjects, undated
  • Folder: 13, Articles: "November", by Kenneth Roberts; typescript, undated
  • Folder: 14, Articles: "Quiet Evenings", by Kenneth Roberts; typescript, undated
  • Folder: 15, Articles: "Reaching A Decision For The Patagonian Navy", by Kenneth Roberts; typescript, undated
  • Folder: 16, Articles: "Report On Fascism In England", by Kenneth Roberts; carbon, 1934
  • Folder: 17, Articles: Untitled, concerning cigarette advertising, by Kenneth Roberts; carbon, undated
  • Folder: 18, Articles: "A Warning", by Kenneth Roberts; typescript, undated
  • Folder: 19, Articles: "Why Novels Sometimes Interfere with Expectations", by Kenneth Roberts; carbon, undated
  • Folder: 20, Biographical Information: Article: "Good New Englanders Aren't Bothered By Ration Books", by Kenneth Roberts; draft, typescript, undated
  • Folder: 21, Biographical Information: Clippings, 1930-1939
  • Folder: 22, Biographical Information: Notes, undated
  • Folder: 23, Biographical Information: Pamphlet: "Kenneth Roberts: A Biographical Sketch...Doubleday, Doran and Co., Inc., 1936
  • Folder: 24, Biographical Information: Timetables: engagements 1952, work on farm 1954, articles written in 1920's and 1930's, 1920s-1954
  • Folder: 25, Book Jackets: "Arundel ", undated
  • Folder: 26, Book Jackets: "The Lively Lady", undated
  • Folder: 27, Book Jackets: "The Seventh Sense", undated
  • Folder: 28, Book MSS "Arundel": Books 1 and 2; corrected carbon, hard bound, undated
  • Folder: 29, Book MSS "Arundel": Canadian songs, undated
  • Folder: 30, Book MSS "Arundel": Corrected typescript, pp. 1-270, undated
  • Folder: 31, Book MSS "Arundel": Corrected typescript, pp. 271-470, undated
  • Folder: 32, Book MSS "Arundel": Corrected typescript, pp. 471-738, undated
  • Folder: 33, Book MSS "Arundel": Correspondence, 1929
  • Folder: 34, Book MSS "Arundel": Discarded pages in notebook, undated
  • Folder: 35, Book MSS "Arundel": Holograph manuscript, hard bound, 1929
  • Folder: 36, Book MSS "Arundel": Notes for chapter 4, undated
  • Folder: 37, Book MSS "Arundel": Notes tracing the route to Quebec, undated
  • Folder: 38, Book MSS "Arundel": Page proofs I; corrected, 1932
  • Folder: 39, Book MSS "Arundel": Page proofs II; corrected, 1932
  • Folder: 40, Book MSS "Arundel": Partial typescript, undated
  • Folder: 41, Book MSS "Arundel": Prologue, undated
  • Folder: 42, Statistics on sale, undated

Box: 2, Dates: 1917-1958

Book MSS: "The Battle of Cowpens" - Book MSS: "A Dowser's First Million"

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  • Folder: 1, "The Battle of Cowpens": Corrected index, undated
  • Folder: 2, "The Battle of Cowpens": Final galley proofs, 1957
  • Folder: 3, "The Battle of Cowpens": Foundry proofs, 1958
  • Folder: 4, "The Battle of Cowpens": Magazine "Collier's" galley proof, 1956
  • Folder: 5, "The Battle of Cowpens": Notebooks containing corrected pages of typescript, undated
  • Folder: 6, "The Battle of Cowpens": Notes, undated
  • Folder: 7, "The Battle of Cowpens": Original galley proof, 1957
  • Folder: 8, "The Battle of Cowpens": Page proofs, book list, undated
  • Folder: 9, "The Battle of Cowpens": Page proofs; foreword, 1958
  • Folder: 10, "The Battle of Cowpens": Page proofs; illustrations, 1958
  • Folder: 11, "The Battle of Cowpens": Page proofs; introductory pages, undated
  • Folder: 12, "The Battle of Cowpens": Page proofs; reader's set, corrected, 1957
  • Folder: 13, "The Battle of Cowpens": Page proofs; setter's copy of foreword, 1957
  • Folder: 14, "The Battle of Cowpens": Partial typescript, corrected, undated
  • Folder: 15, "The Battle of Cowpens": Partial typescript, with retyped pages, undated
  • Folder: 16, "The Battle of Cowpens": Setter's proof; Book, 1958
  • Folder: 17, "Boon Island": Book: "A Narrative of the Sufferings, Preservation and Deliverance, of ""Captain John Dean and Company", by Jasper Dean, John Dean and Miles Whitworth; 1711; reprinted, 1917
  • Folder: 18, "Boon Island": Corrected page proofs, 1956
  • Folder: 19, "Boon Island": Corrected page proofs, with dust jacket design, 1956
  • Folder: 20, "Boon Island": Dust jacket design from "Sports Illustrated", undated
  • Folder: 21, "Boon Island": Map: A Survey of the King's Lordship or Manor of East Greenwich in Kent, November 7, 1695, undated
  • Folder: 22, "Boon Island": Map: U.S. Coast and Geodetic Survey Chart, Cape Elizabeth, Maine to Portsmouth, New Hampshire, 1950
  • Folder: 23, "Boon Island": Miscellaneous, undated
  • Folder: 24, "Boon Island": Pamphlet: "A Narrative of the Shipwreck of the Nottingham Galley & Co.", by John Deane, 1726, undated
  • Folder: 25, "Boon Island": Reader's Digest page proofs, 1955
  • Folder: 26, "Boon Island": Recorded conversation between Roberts and Clara Claasen re: "Reader's ""Digest" offer; on audiograph disc, 1955
  • Folder: 27, "Boon Island": Reviewer's copy, 1955
  • Folder: 28, "Boon Island": Seascape reproductions Book, undated
  • Folder: 29, "Captain Caution": Carbon of typescript, undated
  • Folder: 30, "Captain Caution": Chapter II draft, with reader's comments, undated
  • Folder: 31, "Captain Caution": Statistics on sales, circa 1947
  • Folder: 32, "The Collector's Whatnot" Roberts, Booth Tarkington and Hugh Kahler: Incomplete typescript, with letter from Kahler to Tarkington, 1923
  • Folder: 33, "A Dowser's First Million": Holograph and typescript I, undated
  • Folder: 34, "A Dowser's First Million": Holograph and typescript I, undated
  • Folder: 35, "A Dowser's First Million": Miscellaneous carbons, undated

Box: 3, Dates: 1933-1955

Book MSS: "For Author's Only" - Book MSS: "Henry Gross and His Dowsing Rod"

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  • Folder: 1, "For Authors Only": Article: "The Confessions Of A Small Investor", by Kenneth Roberts; in "Saturday Evening Post", March 18, 1933
  • Folder: 2, "For Authors Only": Corrected carbon, circa 1935
  • Folder: 3, "For Authors Only": Page proofs of various title pages, illustrations for title pages, etc., undated
  • Folder: 4, "For Authors Only": Partial galley proofs, undated
  • Folder: 5, "Forty On the Emu" by Robert and Nelson Bond: Bond's original draft, 1955
  • Folder: 6, "Forty on the Emu": Correspondence, 1955-1958
  • Folder: 7, "Forty on the Emu": Kenneth Roberts' rewrite of Chapter 1; original and carbon, 1955
  • Folder: 8, "Forty on the Emu": Map of Cape Verde Islands, undated
  • Folder: 9, "Forty on the Emu": Source material, undated
  • Folder: 10, "Good Maine Food" by Marjorie Mosser and Roberts: Article: "Diet", by Kenneth Roberts; typescript, undated
  • Folder: 11, "Good Maine Food": Article: "Dissertation on Marrowbones, Baked Beans And British Customs", by Kenneth Roberts; corrected carbons, undated
  • Folder: 12, "Good Maine Food": Article: "Dissertation on Marrowbones, Baked Beans And British Customs", by Kenneth Roberts; original, undated
  • Folder: 13, "Good Maine Food": Article: "Epicure Roberts Caters To George Spelvin", by Kenneth Roberts; in "Boston Herald", August 25, 1946
  • Folder: 14, "Good Maine Food": Article: "The Marrowbone Matter", by Kenneth Roberts; published copy, in "Gourmet", November, 1955
  • Folder: 16, "Good Maine Food": Correspondence, 1939-1956
  • Folder: 17, "Good Maine Food": Forewords by Marjorie Mosser and Kenneth Roberts, undated
  • Folder: 18, "Good Maine Food": Galley proofs 1 and 2, 1947
  • Folder: 19, "Good Maine Food": Galley proofs 3 and 4, 1947
  • Folder: 20, "Good Maine Food": Miscellaneous, undated
  • Folder: 21, "Good Maine Food": Notes, undated
  • Folder: 22, "Good Maine Food": Revised pages, undated
  • Folder: 23, "Good Maine Food": Typescript, corrected; interspersed with recipe clippings, undated
  • Folder: 24, "Henry Gross and His Dowsing Rod": Galley proof, 1950
  • Folder: 25, "Henry Gross and His Dowsing Rod": Original manuscript I, undated
  • Folder: 26, "Henry Gross and His Dowsing Rod": Original manuscript II, undated
  • Folder: 27, "Henry Gross and His Dowsing Rod": Page proofs, 1951

Box: 4, Dates: 1935-1953

Book MSS: "I Wanted to Write" to Book MSS: "Lydia Bailey"

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  • Folder: 1, "I Wanted to Write": Article: "Kenneth Roberts, Who Wanted To Write", by Ridgely Cummings; typescript, 1953
  • Folder: 2, "I Wanted to Write": Editorial suggestions, undated
  • Folder: 3, "I Wanted to Write": Statistics on sales, undated
  • Folder: 4, "I Wanted to Write": Unused material, original and carbon Book, undated
  • Folder: 5, "It Must Be Your Tonsils": Holograph manuscript, 1935
  • Folder: 6, "Kenneth Roberts Reader": Statistics on sales , circa 1947
  • Folder: 7, "The Lively Lady": Corrected carbon, bound copy, undated
  • Folder: 8, "The Lively Lady": First typescript, incomplete, undated
  • Folder: 9, "The Lively Lady": Statistics on sales , circa 1947
  • Folder: 10, "Lydia Bailey": Bibliography, undated
  • Folder: 11, "Lydia Bailey": Book jacket, undated
  • Folder: 12, "Lydia Bailey": Chronology, undated
  • Folder: 13, "Lydia Bailey": Copy material for back of book jacket, undated
  • Folder: 14, "Lydia Bailey": Corrected typescript I, undated
  • Folder: 15, "Lydia Bailey": Corrected typescript II, undated
  • Folder: 16, "Lydia Bailey": Discarded typescript I, undated
  • Folder: 17, "Lydia Bailey": Discarded typescript II, undated
  • Folder: 18, "Lydia Bailey": Jacket blurb, undated
  • Folder: 19, "Lydia Bailey": List of galley proof changes, undated
  • Folder: 20, "Lydia Bailey": Maps of Cap Francois and the Island of St. Domingue; 1760, 1796, undated
  • Folder: 21, "Lydia Bailey": Map of the Siege of Crete A Pierrot, undated
  • Folder: 22, "Lydia Bailey": Miscellaneous, undated
  • Folder: 23, "Lydia Bailey": Notebooks containing partial text, undated
  • Folder: 24, "Lydia Bailey": Notes on the evolution of, research for and writing of, "Lydia Bailey ", undated
  • Folder: 25, "Lydia Bailey": Partial page proofs, undated
  • Folder: 26, "Lydia Bailey": Partial typescript, undated

Box: 5, Dates: 1937-1953

Book MSS: "Lydia Bailey - Book MSS: "March to Quebec"

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  • Folder: 1, "Lydia Bailey": Photographs from movie based on book, undated
  • Folder: 2, "Lydia Bailey": Retyped pages, undated
  • Folder: 3, "Lydia Bailey": Research: Background material on the Lewis and Wilson families, undated
  • Folder: 4, "Lydia Bailey": Research: Correspondence, 1937-1953
  • Folder: 5, "Lydia Bailey": Research: Letters of Tobias Lear; State Dept. Consular Records, 1937-1953
  • Folder: 6, "Lydia Bailey": Research: Notes, general, undated
  • Folder: 7, "Lydia Bailey": Research: Notes, various book sources, undated
  • Folder: 8, "Lydia Bailey": Research: Sources used in research, undated
  • Folder: 9, "Lydia Bailey": Research: State Dept. Consular Dispatches, Cape Haitian Series, Vol. 3 ; National Archives, 1942
  • Folder: 10, "Lydia Bailey": Research: State Dept. Consular Dispatches, Cape Haitian Series, Vol. 4; National Archives, 1942
  • Folder: 11, "Lydia Bailey": Research: Statistics on sales, circa 1947
  • Folder: 12, "Lydia Bailey": Research: Translation of "Moreau de Saint Mery's American Journey 1793-1798", edited and translated by Anna and Kenneth Roberts; title page - p.220, undated
  • Folder: 13, "Lydia Bailey": Research: Translation of "Moreau de Saint Mery's American Journey 1793-1798", edited and translated by Anna and Kenneth Roberts; p.221 - index, undated
  • Folder: 14, "March to Quebec": Bound galley proofs, Vol. 1, undated

Box: 6, Dates: 1947

Book MSS: "March to Quebec" - Book MSS: "Northwest Passage"

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  • Folder: 1, "March to Quebec": Bound galley proofs, Vol. II, undated
  • Folder: 2, "March to Quebec": Bound galley proofs, Vol. III, undated
  • Folder: 3, "March to Quebec": Galleys of the "Arundel Journals", undated
  • Folder: 4, "March to Quebec": Notes, undated
  • Folder: 5, "March to Quebec": Statistics on sales, circa 1947
  • Folder: 6, "Northwest Passage": Article: "Elizabeth Browne, Joseph Blackburn, and Northwest Passage", by Kenneth Roberts; corrected typescript, undated
  • Folder: 7, "Northwest Passage": Galley proof, corrected, undated
  • Folder: 8, "Northwest Passage": Galley proof of "Rogers' Rangers", a serialization of "Northwest Passage ", undated
  • Folder: 9, "Northwest Passage": Maps, undated
  • Folder: 10, "Northwest Passage": Miscellaneous pages, undated
  • Folder: 11, "Northwest Passage": Movie photographs, circa 1940
  • Folder: 12, "Northwest Passage": Notes and research materials, undated
  • Folder: 13, "Northwest Passage": Original holograph manuscript, partial, undated
  • Folder: 14, "Northwest Passage": Outline for Part II, undated
  • Folder: 15, "Northwest Passage": Page proofs; title page - p.358, undated
  • Folder: 16, "Northwest Passage": Page proofs; pp. 359 - 718, undated
  • Folder: 17, "Northwest Passage": Radio script from B.B.C. presentations; July-September, 1947

Box: 7, Dates: circa 1934

Book MSS: "Northwest Passage" - Book MSS: "Oliver Wiswell"

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  • Folder: 1, "Northwest Passage": "Robert Rogers Court-martial"; annotated, typed copy, undated
  • Folder: 2, "Northwest Passage": "Robert Rogers Court-martial"; photo static copy, circa 1934
  • Folder: 3, "Northwest Passage": Terms of foreign publishing contracts and statistics on sales, undated
  • Folder: 4, "Northwest Passage": Typescript- partial, undated
  • Folder: 5, "Northwest Passage": Bound typescript, Vol. I, 1941
  • Folder: 6, "Northwest Passage": Bound typescript, Vol. II, 1941
  • Folder: 7, "Northwest Passage": Table of contents, undated
  • Folder: 8, "Oliver Wiswell": Bibliography, undated
  • Folder: 9, "Oliver Wiswell": Chapter 1 typescript, undated
  • Folder: 10, "Oliver Wiswell": Correspondence, 1938-1940
  • Folder: 11, "Oliver Wiswell": Discarded typescript, undated
  • Folder: 12, "Oliver Wiswell": Excerpts from the "Massachusetts Historical Society Proceedings", concerning Loyalists, undated
  • Folder: 13, "Oliver Wiswell": Galley proofs, Book I and II, undated
  • Folder: 14, "Oliver Wiswell": Galley proofs, Books III - V, undated
  • Folder: 15, "Oliver Wiswell": Galley proofs, Conclusion, undated
  • Folder: 16, "Oliver Wiswell": List of Characters, undated
  • Folder: 17, "Oliver Wiswell": Maps marked to show British and Loyalist positions, undated

Box: 8, Dates: circa 1954

Book MSS: "Oliver Wiswell"

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  • Folder: 1, "Oliver Wiswell": Notes I, undated
  • Folder: 2, "Oliver Wiswell": Notes II, undated
  • Folder: 3, "Oliver Wiswell": Outline for conclusion, undated
  • Folder: 4, "Oliver Wiswell": Page proofs, bound, undated
  • Folder: 5, "Oliver Wiswell": Partial page proofs, limited edition copy, undated
  • Folder: 6, "Oliver Wiswell": Phono disc of Chapters I and II, and draft of introduction to recording, 1954
  • Folder: 7, "Oliver Wiswell": Revised pages I, undated
  • Folder: 8, "Oliver Wiswell": Revised pages II, undated
  • Folder: 9, "Oliver Wiswell": Revised pages III, undated
  • Folder: 10, "Oliver Wiswell": Setting copy, pp. 1-217, undated
  • Folder: 11, "Oliver Wiswell": Setting copy, pp. 218-549, undated
  • Folder: 12, "Oliver Wiswell": Setting copy, pp. 556-719, undated
  • Folder: 13, "Oliver Wiswell": Setting copy, pp. 720-876a, undated
  • Folder: 14, "Oliver Wiswell": Setting copy, pp. 876b-1018, undated

Box: 9, Dates: 1932-1947

Book MSS: "Oliver Wiswell" - Book MSS: "Rabble in Arms"

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  • Folder: 1, "Oliver Wiswell": Setting copy, pp. 1019-1126, undated
  • Folder: 2, "Oliver Wiswell": Source material I, undated
  • Folder: 3, "Oliver Wiswell": Source material II, in book, undated
  • Folder: 4, "Oliver Wiswell": Statistics on sales, circa 1947
  • Folder: 5, "Oliver Wiswell": Typescript of Part I, bound, 1938
  • Folder: 6, "Rabble in Arms": Article: "A Pythagorean", by W. R. Hughes; source unidentified, 1933
  • Folder: 7, "Rabble in Arms": Carbon, corrected and bound, 1932-1933
  • Folder: 8, "Rabble in Arms": Correspondence, 1932-1933
  • Folder: 9, "Rabble in Arms": Notes, undated
  • Folder: 10, "Rabble in Arms": Original manuscript, corrected and bound, 1932-1933
  • Folder: 11, "Rabble in Arms": Page proofs, circa 1947
  • Folder: 12, "Rabble in Arms": Page proofs, incomplete, undated

Box: 10, Dates: undated

Water Unlimited, Inc. Index Cards

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Box: 11, Dates: circa 1947-1955

Book MSS: "Rabble in Arms" - Booklet MSS: "Know New England"

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  • Folder: 1, "Rabble in Arms": Statistics on sales, circa 1947
  • Folder: 2, "Rabble in Arms": Synopsis, undated
  • Folder: 3, "Reviews and Consequences": Correspondence concerning permissions to quote from reviews, 1950
  • Folder: 4, "Reviews and Consequences": List of review copyright registrations, 1950
  • Folder: 5, "Reviews and Consequences": Typescript, incomplete, 1950
  • Folder: 6, "The Seventh Sense": Carbon, title page - p.232, undated
  • Folder: 7, "The Seventh Sense": Carbon, pp. 233-465, undated
  • Folder: 8, "The Seventh Sense": Discarded pages, 1955
  • Folder: 9, "The Seventh Sense": Galley proofs, corrected, 1953
  • Folder: 10, "The Seventh Sense": Holograph draft, 1951
  • Folder: 11, "The Seventh Sense": Illustrations, circa 1954-1955
  • Folder: 12, "The Seventh Sense": Index, undated
  • Folder: 13, "The Seventh Sense": Miscellaneous carbons, undated
  • Folder: 14, "The Seventh Sense": Miscellaneous corrected chapters, undated
  • Folder: 15, "The Seventh Sense": Miscellaneous typed pages, corrected, undated
  • Folder: 16, "The Seventh Sense": Notes, undated
  • Folder: 17, "The Seventh Sense": Page proofs, 1953
  • Folder: 18, "The Seventh Sense": Sketch and photograph of plaque in Hollis, New Hampshire, honoring Henry Gross, 1951-1952
  • Folder: 19, "The Seventh Sense": Transcript of Lowell Thomas' lecture on Umm a' Sabaan and the fresh water wells in the desert, 1955
  • Folder: 20, "The Seventh Sense": Page proofs, partial, undated
  • Folder: 21, "The Seventh Sense": Statistics on sales, circa 1947
  • Folder: 22, "Know New England": Newspaper clippings of the "Know New England" contest, 1950
  • Folder: 23, "Know New England": Notebook containing corrected originals, circa 1950
  • Folder: 24, "Know New England": Published booklet, published by the Boston Herald-Traveller Corporation, circa 1950
  • Folder: 25, "Know New England": Typescript, circa 1950

Box: 12, Dates: 1926-1958

Bookplates - Copies of Kenneth Roberts' correspondence

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  • Folder: 1, Bookplates, undated
  • Folder: 2, Book Reviews: Arundel, typed copies, undated
  • Folder: 3, Book Reviews: "The Battle of Cowpens"; clippings, 1958
  • Folder: 4, Book Reviews: "The Battle of Cowpens"; typed copies, 1958
  • Folder: 5, Book Reviews: "Boon Island"; clippings, 1955-1956
  • Folder: 6, Book Reviews: "Boon Island"; published review in "Collins' Book List", Fall, 1956
  • Folder: 7, Book Reviews: "Boon Island"; typed copies, 1955-1956
  • Folder: 8, Book Reviews: "Captain Caution"; typed copies, undated
  • Folder: 9, Book Reviews: "Henry Gross and His Dowsing Rod"; published in "The Atlantic Bookshelf", April, 1951
  • Folder: 10, Book Reviews: "I Wanted To Write"; clippings and carbon copies, 1949
  • Folder: 11, Book Reviews: "I Wanted To-Write"; radio script, Clara Claasen on the Gorham Munson Program, "Tips To Writers,", 1949
  • Folder: 12, Book Reviews: "I Wanted To Write"; typed copies, undated
  • Folder: 13, Book Reviews: "The Lively Lady"; typed copies, undated
  • Folder: 14, Book Reviews: "Lydia Bailey"; published in "Book-of-the-Month Club Book Dividend", July 1947, Doubleday Book News, February 1947, and in Wings, January 1947, 1947
  • Folder: 15, Book Reviews: "Lydia Bailey, typed copies, undated
  • Folder: 16, Book Reviews: Miscellaneous mentions, undated
  • Folder: 17, Book Reviews: "Northwest Passage"; clippings, 1937
  • Folder: 18, Book Reviews: "Northwest Passage"; typed copies, undated
  • Folder: 19, Book Reviews: "Oliver Wiswell"; clippings, 1940
  • Folder: 20, Book Reviews: "Oliver Wiswell"; published in "Everyday Reading", April 1941, and "Time", November 25, 1940
  • Folder: 21, Book Reviews: "Oliver Wiswell;" typed copies I, undated
  • Folder: 22, Book Reviews: "Oliver Wiswell;" typed copies II, undated
  • Folder: 23, Book Reviews: "Rabble in Arms:" typed copies, undated
  • Folder: 24, Book Reviews: "Why Europe Leaves Home"; clippings, 1922
  • Folder: 25, Christmas card lists, 1938-1941
  • Folder: 26, Citation: Special Pulitzer Prize awarded by Columbia University, 1957
  • Folder: 27, Clippings, 1926-1957
  • Folder: 28, Contemporary Writers: Article: "The Ice Clearing Dates of the Maine Lakes", by Charles B. Forbes; reprinted from "Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society", October, 1945
  • Folder: 29, Contemporary Writers: Article: "The Land of the Leaping Lira", by Anna Roberts; draft, carbon, undated
  • Folder: 30, Contemporary Writers: Article: "Modern Book Collecting For The Impecunious Amateur", by Herbert Faulkner West; mimeograph copy, 1936
  • Folder: 31, Contemporary Writers: Article: "Path of the Settlement and Distribution of Population of Maine", by Charles B. Forbes; reprinted from "Economic Geography", 1944
  • Folder: 32, Contemporary Writers: Article: "Progress of a Novelist", by Marjorie Mosser; mimeograph copy, undated
  • Folder: 33, Contemporary Writers: Article: "Tykes", by David T. Smith; source unidentified, undated
  • Folder: 34, Contemporary Writers: Article: Untitled, by "Flora Bailey" (Mrs. Robert B. Choate); re: asparagus beds, drafts, carbon, undated
  • Folder: 35, Contemporary Writers: Article: "We Witched Water", by Nancy Ewart Bond; in "Woman's Day", May, 1956
  • Folder: 36, Contemporary Writers: Magazine: "The Author," Spring 1952, with contributions by several writers, undated
  • Folder: 37, Contemporary Writers: Pamphlet: "Arctic Controversy: The Letters of John Ral", by Vilhjalmur Stefansson; reprinted from the "Geographical Journal", December, 1954
  • Folder: 38, Contemporary Writers: Pamphlet: "Dermatology and Industry", by John G. Downing, M.D.; reprinted from "Clinics", Vol. Ill, 1944
  • Folder: 39, Contemporary Writers: Research paper: "The Life and Times of Doctor Isaac Senter", by W. H. Oatway, Jr., M.D.; for the William Snow Miller Medical History Seminar, December, 1941
  • Folder: 40, Copies of Kenneth Roberts' replies to correspondents: Vol. I, 1937-1942
  • Folder: 41, Copies of Kenneth Roberts' replies to correspondents: Vol. I, 1942-1943
  • Folder: 42, Copies of Kenneth Roberts' replies to correspondents: Vol. II, 1943-1945
  • Folder: 43, Copies of Kenneth Roberts' replies to correspondents: Vol. II, 1945-1946

Box: 13, Dates: 1908-1957

Cornell University - Diary 1919-1920

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  • Folder: 1, Cornell University: Book: "Centennial History and Biographical Directory of the Chi Psi ""Fraternity", edited by H. Seger Slifer and Hiram L. Kennicott, 1941
  • Folder: 2, Cornell University: Book: "The 1908 Class Book", 1908
  • Folder: 3, Cornell University: Cartoons, photographs and postcards, undated
  • Folder: 4, Cornell University: Clippings, 1908
  • Folder: 5, Cornell University: Club directories, 1912-1914
  • Folder: 6, Cornell University: Magazine: "The Purple and Gold", January, 1957
  • Folder: 7, Cornell University: Cornell University, undated
  • Folder: 8, Cornell University: Page from "The Cornell Deadly Sin", Spring Day 1906; original and photocopy, 1906
  • Folder: 9, Cornell University: Pamphlet: "Annual Report of Alpha Psi of Chi Psi", 1913-1914
  • Folder: 10, Cornell University: Pamphlet: "How Cornell Does It", reprinted from "The Boston Transcript"; May 29, 1911
  • Folder: 11, Cornell University: Programs, miscellaneous, undated
  • Folder: 12, Cornell University: Scrapbook "Cornelliana", undated
  • Folder: 13, Cornell University: Ticket Stubs, undated
  • Folder: 14, Crank Letters, 1941
  • Folder: 15, Crank Letters, 1943-1945
  • Folder: 16, Crank Letters, 1946-1950
  • Folder: 17, Diaries, 1913-1914
  • Folder: 18, Diaries, 1915
  • Folder: 19, Diaries, Siberia, 1918-1919
  • Folder: 20, Diaries, 1919-1920

Box: 14, Dates: 1919-1933

Diaries - Dowsing (Subject)

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  • Folder: 1, Diaries, 1919-1920
  • Folder: 2, Diaries, 1922-1923
  • Folder: 3, Diaries, 1924
  • Folder: 4, Diaries, 1925
  • Folder: 5, Diaries, 1926
  • Folder: 6, Diaries, 1927
  • Folder: 7, Diaries, 1928
  • Folder: 8, Diaries, 1929
  • Folder: 9, Diaries, 1930
  • Folder: 10, Diaries, 1931
  • Folder: 11, Diaries, 1932
  • Folder: 12, Diaries, 1933
  • Folder: 13, Diaries, 1934
  • Folder: 14, Diaries, 1935
  • Folder: 15, Dowsing: "An Answer To Water Shortages", by Kenneth Roberts; in "Doubleday Newsletter", July, 1954
  • Folder: 16, Dowsing: "The Art of Dowsing", by H. Frederick Pritchard; in "Fate", July, 1951
  • Folder: 17, Dowsing: "Can He Find Water?...Kenneth Roberts Says Yes"; author and source unidentified, undated
  • Folder: 18, Dowsing: "Divining-Rod Still Mystifies", by H. G. Hunting; in "Technical World Magazine", undated
  • Folder: 19, Dowsing: "Dowsing Is Nonsense", by Kenneth Roberts; drafts, undated
  • Folder: 20, Dowsing: "Drought, Doubt and Dowsing", by Park Breck; in "The Bermudian", July, 1951
  • Folder: 21, Dowsing: "End of Drought Is In Sight"; "U.S. News and World Report", January 18, 1957
  • Folder: 22, Dowsing: "Firsthand Report on Dowsing", by Brooks Shepard; in "Harper's Magazine", September, 1951
  • Folder: 23, Dowsing: "Ground Water", by A. N. Sayre; in "Scientific American", November, 1950
  • Folder: 24, Dowsing: "Mineralogia"" Cornubiensis: A Treatise on Minerals, Mines and Mining...," by W. Pryce; London, 1778; typed copy, undated
  • Folder: 25, Dowsing: "Once A Scoffer, T. G. Stewart Found By Accident He Had The Water Divining ""Power", by T. G. Stewart; carbon, 1944
  • Folder: 26, Dowsing: "Revolution In Water Seeking"; "Fortnight", August 31, 1953
  • Folder: 27, Dowsing: "Some Notes on Water Divining", by Weld Arnold; typescript, undated
  • Folder: 28, Dowsing: "That Divining Rod Problem", by Dr. Alfred Gradenwitz; in "Technical World ""Magazine", April, 1907
  • Folder: 29, Dowsing: "Water Divining: Mysterious Art Simply Operation Of A Force Of Nature", by T. G. Stewart; carbon, 1936
  • Folder: 30, Dowsing: "Water Divining Not Based On Empty Superstition Of Middle Ages But On Practical ""Science", by T. G. Stewart; carbon, 1937
  • Folder: 31, Dowsing: "Water Dowser", by Verner Z. Reed; in "Vermont Life", Spring, 1953

Box: 15, Dates: 1890-1972

Dowsing - Immigration

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  • Folder: 1, Dowsing: Bahamas Map, 1956
  • Folder: 2, Dowsing: Cartoon, undated
  • Folder: 3, Dowsing: Clippings, 1907-1918
  • Folder: 4, Dowsing: Clippings, 1920's
  • Folder: 5, Dowsing: Clippings, 1940's
  • Folder: 6, Dowsing: Clippings I, 1950's
  • Folder: 7, Dowsing: Clippings II, 1950's
  • Folder: 8, Dowsing: Clippings, undated
  • Folder: 9, Dowsing: Equipment ads, undated
  • Folder: 10, Dowsing: Experiments and experimenters, undated
  • Folder: 11, Dowsing: Interview: Kenneth Roberts and Alice Bond on audiograph disc, Jan. 5, 1956
  • Folder: 12, Dowsing: Miscellaneous, undated
  • Folder: 13, Dowsing: Natural Gas: Brochures, 1956-1957
  • Folder: 14, Dowsing: Natural Gas: Clippings, 1956-1957
  • Folder: 15, Dowsing: Natural Gas: Letters of Edward "Ted" Fancott to an unidentified friend, 1957
  • Folder: 16, Dowsing: Natural Gas: Prospectus: Oilmont Petroleum Corporation, Montreal, 1957
  • Folder: 17, Dowsing: Natural Gas: Notebook I, 1949
  • Folder: 18, Dowsing: Natural Gas: Notebook II, 1949-1950
  • Folder: 19, Dowsing: Natural Gas: Notes, undated
  • Folder: 20, Dowsing: Pamphlets: "Dr. Gesner's Kerosene", by Kendall Beaton; reprinted from "The Business ""History Review", March, 1955
  • Folder: 21, Dowsing: Pamphlets: "The New Coral Harbour Yacht Club", Nassau, N.P., Bahamas, undated
  • Folder: 22, Dowsing: Pamphlets: "Some Notes on Water Divining", by Guy Underwood, undated
  • Folder: 23, Dowsing: Pamphlets: "Successful Operations of the Electric Metal Locating Instrument", by Oscar J. Lee, American Mineral Deposits Tracing Co., circa 1907
  • Folder: 24, Dowsing: Pamphlets: "Terreohmetric"" Science", by Oscar J. Lee, American Mineral Deposits Tracing Co., circa 1907
  • Folder: 25, Dowsing: Pamphlets: "Wizards Of The Forked Twig", by Henry Pleasants, Jr.; reprinted from "The ""General Magazine and Historical Chronicle", University of Pennsylvania, Summer, 1947
  • Folder: 26, Dowsing: Patents issued to Fred H. Brown, 1900, 1901, 1903, and to August P. Lighthill, 1884
  • Folder: 27, Dowsing: Photographs, undated
  • Folder: 28, Dowsing: Radio script: "Books That Point The Way", Jesse Pindell Pierce, commentator, January 5, 1958
  • Folder: 29, Dowsing: Report: "Metal Mining, Milling and Ore Dressing", by Kenneth Roberts; illustrated, 1907
  • Folder: 30, Dowsing: Report: "Uranium Expedition to S.E. Utah", by Kenneth Curtis, 1955
  • Folder: 31, Dowsing: Speech: Kenneth Roberts, before the New England Council; audiograph disc and transcript, November 16, 1956
  • Folder: 32, Dowsing: Statement by Paul L. Burnham re: Gross' location of leaking water pipe, 1949
  • Folder: 33, Dowsing: Statement by Nellie Lane Hoxie re: analysis of Henry Gross' handwriting, undated
  • Folder: 34, Dowsing: Wyoming maps, 1955-1956
  • Folder: 35, General Correspondence, 1890-1896
  • Folder: 36, General Correspondence, 1908-1911
  • Folder: 37, General Correspondence, 1912-1913
  • Folder: 38, General Correspondence, 1914-1915
  • Folder: 39, General Correspondence, 1916-1917
  • Folder: 40, General Correspondence, 1921-1928
  • Folder: 41, General Correspondence, 1930-1939
  • Folder: 42, General Correspondence, 1940-1948
  • Folder: 43, General Correspondence, 1950-1958
  • Folder: 44, General Correspondence, 1967-1972
  • Folder: 45, General Correspondence, undated
  • Folder: 46, Health: Unidentified health information, undated
  • Folder: 47, Health: Article: "Is Science Finding The Secret of Life?," by Robert West Howard; in "Pageant", November, 1950
  • Folder: 48, Health: Article: "Your Weight and Your Life", by Alfred L. George, M.D.; in "Omnibook"" Best-Seller Magazine", circa 1951
  • Folder: 49, Health: Clippings, 1951
  • Folder: 50, Health: Personal health notes, undated
  • Folder: 51, Immigration: Articles: "Americanization: The Other Side of the Case", by John Kulamer; source unidentified, undated
  • Folder: 52, Immigration: Articles: "The Goal of Central Europeans", by Kenneth Roberts; in "Saturday Evening ""Post", November 6, 1920
  • Folder: 53, Immigration: Articles: "Musings Without Method"; author and source unidentified, 1920
  • Folder: 54, Immigration: Articles: "Plain Remarks on Immigration for Plain Americans", by Kenneth Roberts; in "Saturday Evening Post", February 12, 1921
  • Folder: 55, Immigration: Articles: "Syndicalism Strikes", by L. E. McKenzie; in "Saturday Evening Post", November 29, 1919
  • Folder: 56, Immigration: Brochure: "Immigration Restriction League, Report of Executive ""Committee", 1923
  • Folder: 57, Immigration: Clippings, 1920
  • Folder: 58, Immigration: Copies of posters, 1919
  • Folder: 59, Immigration: Correspondence, 1920-1923
  • Folder: 60, Immigration: Examples of letters from would-be immigrants, 1919
  • Folder: 61, Immigration: Excerpts from book, "Europe In The Melting Pot", author unidentified, undated
  • Folder: 62, Immigration: Extracts of articles concerning immigration, undated
  • Folder: 63, Immigration: H. R. Bill 2696, 1923
  • Folder: 64, Immigration: Interview with Mussolini, undated
  • Folder: 65, Immigration: Map of Eastern Europe, undated
  • Folder: 66, Immigration: Newsletter: "American House News"; August, 1923
  • Folder: 67, Immigration: Notes, undated
  • Folder: 68, Immigration: Pamphlet: "The Experience of Immigrants", by the Inter-Racial Council, circa 1920
  • Folder: 69, Immigration: Photographs and postcards, circa 1920

Box: 16, Dates: 1921-1962

Interviews - Magazine Articles by Kenneth Roberts

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  • Folder: 1, Interviews: Kenneth Roberts, interviewed by Alton Hall Blackington; November 29, 1945
  • Folder: 2, Interviews: Kenneth Roberts, interviewed by Arlene Francis; July 19, 1954
  • Folder: 3, Kenneth Roberts Memorial Award; news release with clipping, 1962
  • Folder: 4, List of articles sold and prices received, undated
  • Folder: 5, Magazine: "Old-Time New England", published by the Society For The Preservation of New England Antiquities; October, 1921
  • Folder: 6, Magazine Articles: "Adventures In Budgeting"; in "Saturday Evening Post", July 1, 1922
  • Folder: 7, Magazine Articles: "Antiquamania"; holograph and published copy in "Saturday Evening Post", March 14, 1925
  • Folder: 8, Magazine Articles: "Balkan Jottings"; in "Saturday Evening Post", February 11, 1922
  • Folder: 9, Magazine Articles: "The Bottle Collectors"; carbon, undated
  • Folder: 10, Magazine Articles: "The Brotherhood of Man", by KR and Robert Garland; in "Saturday Evening ""Post", August 30, 1919
  • Folder: 11, Magazine Articles: "The Circumspect 'Seventies"; from "For Authors Only", pasted up tear-sheets, undated
  • Folder: 12, Magazine Articles: "Collector's Wives"; carbon and published copy in "Saturday Evening Post", January 25, 1930
  • Folder: 13, Magazine Articles: "The Comeuppance of Mrs. Applegate"; corrected original, undated
  • Folder: 14, Magazine Articles: "Drifting Leaves"; holograph copy, undated
  • Folder: 15, Magazine Articles: "East Is East"; in "Saturday Evening Post", February 23, 1924
  • Folder: 16, Magazine Articles: "Eating Through Europe"; holograph copy, undated
  • Folder: 17, Magazine Articles: "Elizabeth Browne, Joseph Blackburn and "Northwest Passage";" in "Art in America," Winter, 1953
  • Folder: 18, Magazine Articles: "England's War On Ugliness"; in "Saturday Evening Post", July 26, 1930
  • Folder: 19, Magazine Articles: "Filibusters"; in "Saturday Evening Post", May 12, 1923
  • Folder: 20, Magazine Articles: "The First Families of America"; in "Saturday Evening Post", October 18, 1924
  • Folder: 21, Magazine Articles: "Flaming Alumni"; in "The Cornell Widow", circa 1942
  • Folder: 22, Magazine Articles: "Fruit of the Rising Sun"; carbon, undated
  • Folder: 23, Magazine Articles: "Gambler's Delight"; carbon, 1951
  • Folder: 24, Magazine Articles: "Gambling Made Easy"; in "Saturday Evening Post", March 12, 1921
  • Folder: 25, Magazine Articles: "A Gentleman From Maine And Indiana"; in "Saturday Evening Post", August 8, 1931
  • Folder: 26, Magazine Articles: "A Glimpse of Oxford"; in "The Exonian", March 3, 1954
  • Folder: 27, Magazine Articles: "The Great Commission Metropolis"; in "Saturday Evening Post", May 16, 1925
  • Folder: 28, Magazine Articles: "The Great Lice Age"; carbon, undated
  • Folder: 29, Magazine Articles: "The Half-Baked Palace"; in "Saturday Evening Post", April 18 and April 25, 1931
  • Folder: 30, Magazine Articles: "Hay"; holograph draft, undated
  • Folder: 31, Magazine Articles: "Hitler Youth"; in "Saturday Evening Post", June 2, 1934
  • Folder: 32, Magazine Articles: "Home From The Sea"; in "Atlantic Monthly", June, 1955
  • Folder: 33, Magazine Articles: "The Hooving of Hoover"; in "Saturday Evening Post", March 11, 1922
  • Folder: 34, Magazine Articles: "How I Don't Play Golf"; in "Saturday Evening Post", January 24, 1931
  • Folder: 35, Magazine Articles: "How Jo Instruct The Little Tots In Antiques"; in "Saturday Evening Post", July 21, 1928
  • Folder: 36, Magazine Articles: "I Like Girls With Simple Tastes"; draft, carbon, and published copy in "Saturday Evening Post", June 27, 1936
  • Folder: 37, Magazine Articles: "The Importance of Our Birthright"; in "A Challenge To All Citizens of ""the Bay State", published by The Shirley-Eustis House Assoc., March, 1954
  • Folder: 38, Magazine Articles: "The Kenneth Roberts Reader"; in "Omnibook", November, 1945
  • Folder: 39, Magazine Articles: "The Lure of the Great North Woods"; draft and published copy in "Saturday ""Evening Post", September 12, 1925
  • Folder: 40, Magazine Articles: "Mail Order Legislation"; in "Saturday Evening Post", March 13, 1926
  • Folder: 41, Magazine Articles: "The Man Who Liked Little Girls"; carbon, undated
  • Folder: 42, Magazine Articles: "The Memories of John P. Marquand"; source unidentified, undated
  • Folder: 43, Magazine Articles: Miscellaneous drafts, undated
  • Folder: 44, Magazine Articles: Miscellaneous fragments, undated
  • Folder: 45, Magazine Articles: "My Stupid Dogs"; draft, carbon, published copy in "Saturday Evening Post", October 17, 1925
  • Folder: 46, Magazine Articles: "My Unstable Home"; draft, carbon, published copy in "Saturday Evening Post", October 31, 1925
  • Folder: 47, Magazine Articles: Notebook 1: "Five Years Elapse"; draft and corrected typescript, and "The Great Lice Age"; corrected typescript, undated
  • Folder: 48, Magazine Articles: Notebook 2: "The Half-Baked Palace"; holograph, "Evenings Grow Gamier"; holograph, and several other handwritten stories and fragments, undated
  • Folder: 49, Magazine Articles: Notebook 3: "The Stolen Thunder"; holograph, "The Truth About A Novel"; holograph, and several other handwritten stories, undated
  • Folder: 50, Magazine Articles: Notebook 4: "Notes On Oxford"; holograph, "England Turns The Corner"; holograph, and several other handwritten stories, undated
  • Folder: 51, Magazine Articles: Notebooks, miscellaneous, 1920
  • Folder: 52, Magazine Articles: Notes, undated
  • Folder: 53, Magazine Articles: Pamphlet: "Don't Say That About Maine!;" reprinted from "Saturday Evening ""Post", November 6, 1948, 1951
  • Folder: 54, Magazine Articles: "The Random Notes of An Amerikansky"; source unidentified, pasted up tear-sheets, undated
  • Folder: 55, Magazine Articles: "The Resting of Theodore Van Dyne"; typescript, undated
  • Folder: 56, Magazine Articles: Review of "A Bibliography of Booth Tarkington" by Russo and Sullivan, carbon, typescript, 1949

Box: 17, Dates: 1916-1931

Magazine Articles by Kenneth Roberts

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  • Folder: 1, Scrapbook of articles, 1916
  • Folder: 2, Scrapbook of articles, 1917
  • Folder: 3, Scrapbook of articles, 1917-1918
  • Folder: 4, Scrapbook of articles, 1919
  • Folder: 5, Scrapbook of articles, 1920
  • Folder: 6, "Scraps From A Wanderer's Notebook"; draft and published copy in "Saturday ""Evening Post", December 17, 1921
  • Folder: 7, Short subject drafts, undated
  • Folder: 8, "Smoldering Illini"; holograph draft, undated
  • Folder: 9, "Some Wonders of Washington"; in "Saturday Evening Post", April 11, 1925
  • Folder: 10, "Souse-West"; in "Saturday Evening Post", June 7, 1924
  • Folder: 11, The Stern and Clam-Bound Coast; in Saturday Evening Post, December 6, 1924
  • Folder: 12, "The Stolen Thunder"; typescript, undated
  • Folder: 13, Story ideas; notes, clippings, undated
  • Folder: 14, "Swedish Punch"; in "Saturday Evening Post", November 3, 1923
  • Folder: 15, "Terriers I Have Met"; in "Saturday Evening Post", June 2, 1928
  • Folder: 16, "Three Black Cows"; in "Saturday Evening Post", January 20, 1923
  • Folder: 17, "The Trail of the Lonesome Trout"; in "Saturday Evening Post", November 6, 1926
  • Folder: 18, "The Troubles of the House"; in "Saturday Evening Post", June 3, 1922
  • Folder: 19, Untitled; intended for "Holiday" magazine, circa 1953
  • Folder: 20, "Ventures In Terrier Raising"; corrected carbon, undated
  • Folder: 21, "Wanted: Peace Risk Insurance"; carbon, undated
  • Folder: 22, "Who's Who - And Why"; in "Saturday Evening Post", January 6, 1923, January 27, 1923, April 18, 1925, May 16, 1925
  • Folder: 23, "Why Do They Do It ?"; in "Saturday Evening Post", February 14, 1931

Box: 18, Dates: 1911-1958

Maine - Research Material

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  • Folder: 1, Maine: Book MSS: "Trending Into Maine"; misc., undated
  • Folder: 2, Maine: Pamphlet: "Don't Say That About Maine!;" reprinted from "Saturday Evening ""Post", November 6, 1948, 1951
  • Folder: 3, Maine: Pamphlet: "Maine Library Bulletin with" typed supplement, October, 1931
  • Folder: 4, Maine: Pamphlet: "1949 Supplement to "The Length and Breadth of Maine"", undated
  • Folder: 5, Maine: Toynbee refutation; correspondence, 1948
  • Folder: 6, Maine: Toynbee refutation; manuscript of article, 1948
  • Folder: 7, Maps: Europe, 1920-1926
  • Folder: 8, Maps: Historical and modern maps used to trace route of Robert Rogers and Mersa Matruh To Alexandria, used in research for "Lydia Bailey" (1937), undated
  • Folder: 9, Maps: Modern US road maps, circa 1935-1938
  • Folder: 10, Maps: Vladivostock area, 1918-1919
  • Folder: 11, Marriage certificate, 1911
  • Folder: 12, Membership cards, 1953-1957
  • Folder: 13, Memorabilia, undated
  • Folder: 14, Memoranda of agreements, 1936-1955
  • Folder: 15, Miscellaneous material, undated
  • Folder: 16, Newspaper articles from the "Boston Post ", 1913-1916
  • Folder: 17, Pamphlets: "Bowdoin College Bulletin: Honoris Causa, Containing the Ascriptions ""Used By President Kenneth Charles Morton Sills In Awarding Honorary ""Degrees 1918-1948", undated
  • Folder: 18, Pamphlets: "Congressional Record"; February 19, 1958
  • Folder: 19, Pamphlets: "Gems of American Architecture", by William Royal Greer, 1935
  • Folder: 20, Pamphlets: "Maine, The Place To Live", by the Maine Development Commission, circa 1940
  • Folder: 21, Pamphlets: Senate Bill 2559, 1953
  • Folder: 22, Paperback Editions: Advertisements and promotional gadgets, 1963-1964
  • Folder: 23, Paperback Editions: Pamphlet: "The American Writer", by The Authors League of America; March 1953, with a letter from KR April, 1953
  • Folder: 24, Paperback Editions: Promotional material, 1963-1964
  • Folder: 25, Passports, 1919-1936
  • Folder: 26, Photographs: Montenegro during W.W.I, undated
  • Folder: 27, Photographs: Roberts, Kenneth Lewis, undated
  • Folder: 28, Photographs: Roberts' birthplace, undated
  • Folder: 29, Photographs: Roberts with others, undated
  • Folder: 30, Plays by Kenneth Roberts: "The Brotherhood of Man"; corrected tear-sheets, undated
  • Folder: 31, Plays by Kenneth Roberts: "The Eagle and the Lion"; carbon, undated
  • Folder: 32, Plays by Kenneth Roberts: "The Great Cheese Investigation"; carbon, undated
  • Folder: 33, Plays by Kenneth Roberts: "Hardy's Scoop" typescript, undated
  • Folder: 34, Plays by Kenneth Roberts: "Inside Information; A Tragedy"; carbon, undated
  • Folder: 35, Plays by Kenneth Roberts: "The Man Who Saw Under The Skin"; typescript, undated
  • Folder: 36, Plays by Kenneth Roberts: "The March of Progress"; carbon, undated
  • Folder: 37, Plays by Kenneth Roberts: "Panetella"": A Political Comic Opera"; holograph copy, undated
  • Folder: 38, Plays by Kenneth Roberts: "Some Party"; carbon, undated
  • Folder: 39, Plays by Kenneth Roberts: "The Spirit of Unrest"; original typescript and carbon, undated
  • Folder: 40, Plays by Kenneth Roberts: "The Stricken Rich"; original typescript, undated
  • Folder: 41, Plays by Kenneth Roberts: "Their Own Medicine"; incomplete holograph, undated
  • Folder: 42, Plays by Kenneth Roberts: "The Tin Can Generation"; mimeograph and carbon copies, undated
  • Folder: 43, Plays by Kenneth Roberts: "Travel Is So Broadening"; mimeograph copy, undated
  • Folder: 44, Plays by Kenneth Roberts: "The Young Intelligentzia"; carbon, undated
  • Folder: 45, Poetry by Kenneth Roberts: "But For These...A Very Ancient Story"; typescript, undated
  • Folder: 46, Poetry by Kenneth Roberts: Drafts, undated
  • Folder: 47, Poetry by Kenneth Roberts: "Marching Through Primorsk"; typescript, undated
  • Folder: 48, Poetry by Kenneth Roberts: "The Neolithic Note-Writer"; typescript, undated
  • Folder: 49, Poetry by Kenneth Roberts: "The Overt Act of Chang Hsun"; corrected typescript, undated
  • Folder: 50, Poetry by Kenneth Roberts: "Things That Could Stand A War Stamp Tax Without Suffering"; typescript, undated
  • Folder: 51, Poetry by Kenneth Roberts: "To Colonel Theodore Roosevelt: A Letter of Protest"; typescript, undated
  • Folder: 52, Poetry by Kenneth Roberts: "To Elenora Pike"...; typescript, undated
  • Folder: 53, Poetry by Kenneth Roberts: "To Madelon"; published copy, source unidentified, undated
  • Folder: 54, Poetry by Kenneth Roberts: "Whiskers"; typescript, undated
  • Folder: 55, Poetry by Kenneth Roberts: "Ye Agonizing Tayle of Ye Literarie Knyghte"; typescript, undated
  • Folder: 56, Poetry by Others: "The Gunners of America To W. Hohenzollern", by Lawrence Kane; typescript, undated
  • Folder: 57, Poetry by Others: "The Prussian Idea", by Lawrence Kane; typescript, undated
  • Folder: 58, Poetry by Others: "Song of the Queen Bee", by E. B. White; carbon, undated
  • Folder: 59, Posters: Hunger relief, undated
  • Folder: 60, Posters: Miscellaneous, undated
  • Folder: 61, Posters: Propaganda and political sheets, undated
  • Folder: 62, Post-WWII Europe: Article: "Basic Causes of the Present Plight of France", by J. Ellis Barker; in "New York Times Current History ", undated
  • Folder: 63, Post-WWII Europe: Article: "On the Eve of the Occupation", by A Ruhr Correspondent; source unidentified, undated
  • Folder: 64, Post-WWII Europe: Clippings, circa 1923
  • Folder: 65, Post-WWII Europe: Notes, undated
  • Folder: 66, Publishing Matters: Article: "The Sale of Subsidiary Rights", author unidentified; in "The Bookseller", March 13, 1954
  • Folder: 67, Publishing Matters: Pamphlet: "The Author" summer, 1954
  • Folder: 68, Research Material: Benedict Arnold: Article: "An Account of General Arnold", author unidentified; in "Supplement To The Westminster Magazine For the Year 1780", undated
  • Folder: 69, Research Material: Benedict Arnold: Article: "Benedict Arnold" (a condensation from "Rabble In Arms"), by Kenneth Roberts; typescript, undated
  • Folder: 70, Research Material: Benedict Arnold: Article: "General Benedict Arnold of Fredericton", by Lillian M. B. Maxwell; in "The Maritime Advocate And Busy East", April, undated
  • Folder: 71, Research Material: Benedict Arnold: Article: "Some Account of Benedict Arnold, Brigadier-General in the ""British Army", author unidentified; in "The European Magazine and London ""Review", February, undated
  • Folder: 72, Research Material: Benedict Arnold: Correspondence, 1939-1958
  • Folder: 73, Research Material: Benedict Arnold: Letters written by and to Benedict Arnold, undated
  • Folder: 74, Research Material: Benedict Arnold: Miscellaneous, undated
  • Folder: 75, Research Material: Benedict Arnold: William Cunningham; quotations from several books concerning Cunningham's crimes, undated
  • Folder: 76, Research Material: Dowsing: Article: "Dowsing: A Field Experiment in Water Divining", by L. A. Dale Dale, R. M. Greene and others; in the "Journal of American Society for ""Psychical Research", January, 1951
  • Folder: 77, Research Material: Dowsing: Miscellaneous, undated
  • Folder: 78, Research Material: Dowsing: Speech: "Has Soft Water Come of Age?," by E. J. Culligan; at the National Convention of Soft Water Service Operators, Chicago, August 15, 1951
  • Folder: 79, Research Material: Dowsing: Speech: "Soft Drinking Water For Man and Beast", by E. J. Culligan; at the National Convention of Soft Water Service Operators, Chicago, August 15, 1951
  • Folder: 80, Research Material: Indians: Miscellaneous, undated

Box: 19, Dates: 1903-1958

Research Material - Special Correspondents

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  • Folder: 1, Research Material: Maine: Article: "A Summary of Indian Depredations In Wells And Vicinity", by Henry Parsons; in "Kennebunk Star", December 5, 1924
  • Folder: 2, Research Material: Maine: Copies of letters written from Machias, Maine, containing descriptions of country and inhabitants, 1835
  • Folder: 3, Research Material: Maine: Miscellaneous, undated
  • Folder: 4, Research Material: Maine: Pamphlet: "Colby Library Quarterly"; October, 1943
  • Folder: 5, Research Material: Maine: Record of vessels built in Kennebunk district 1800-1885; newspaper clippings, 1950
  • Folder: 6, Research Material: Maps, undated
  • Folder: 7, Research Material: Miscellaneous Articles: "Backwoods Boy Who Became Academy President", by Agnes Allen; source unidentified, undated
  • Folder: 8, Research Material: Miscellaneous Articles: "Cumberland Gap In Literature", by David J. Harkness; in the "Southern ""Observer", undated
  • Folder: 9, Research Material: Miscellaneous Articles: "The Final Hazard", by Major Reginald Hargreaves; in "U.S. Naval Institute ""Proceedings", November, 1956
  • Folder: 10, Research Material: Miscellaneous Articles: "The Lure of Dartmoor", by Hoole Jackson; in "Country Life", July 1, 1949
  • Folder: 11, Research Material: Miscellaneous Articles: "Narrative by Miss Elizabeth Marsh Of Her Captivity In Barbary In The Year ""1756"; in "Blackwood's Magazine", November, 1934
  • Folder: 12, Research Material: Miscellaneous; general, undated
  • Folder: 13, Research Material: Pre-Revolutionary America: Miscellaneous, undated
  • Folder: 14, Research Material: Psychical research: Miscellaneous, undated
  • Folder: 15, Research Material: Psychical research: Pamphlet: "Alan Mathison Turing 1912-1954"; reprinted from "Biographical Memoirs of Fellows of the Royal Society", November, 1955
  • Folder: 16, Research Material: Revolutionary War: Article: "Major General Sullivan and Colonel Stephen Holland", by Kenneth Scott; reprinted from "The New England Quarterly", September, 1945
  • Folder: 17, Research Material: Revolutionary War: Excerpts from Sir William Howe's Orderly Book, undated
  • Folder: 18, Research Material: Revolutionary War: Miscellaneous, undated
  • Folder: 19, Research Material: Revolutionary War: Notes from the New York Historical Society, undated
  • Folder: 20, Research Material: Revolutionary War: Pamphlet: "The Frantic Lover", by Major John Andre; printed from the original in the Papers of Sir Henry Clinton, 1941
  • Folder: 21, Research Material: Revolutionary War: Pamphlet: "Historical New Hampshire"; November, 1948
  • Folder: 22, Research Material: Robert Rogers: Article: "The Lost Treasure of St. Francis", by Robert E. Pike; in "Vermont Life ", undated
  • Folder: 23, Research Material: Robert Rogers: Article: "Robert Rogers' Rules For Rangers", by Kenneth Roberts; in "Fort Ticonderoga Bicentennial Booklet ", undated
  • Folder: 24, Research Material: Robert Rogers: Miscellaneous, undated
  • Folder: 25, Research Material: Robert Rogers: Untitled article, contrasting Rogers Rangers with W.W.II tactics, undated
  • Folder: 26, Research Material: Pasture: Article: "The House With The Blue Roof", by Kenneth Roberts; in "Country ""Life", December, 1927
  • Folder: 27, Research Material: Pasture: Clippings, 1926-1975
  • Folder: 28, Research Material: Pasture: Household statistics, undated
  • Folder: 29, Research Material: Pasture: Photographs, undated
  • Folder: 30, Research Material: Pasture: Transfer of land; map, notes, photograph, circa 1936-1939
  • Folder: 31, Special Correspondents: Paul Allen: Correspondence, 1931-1936
  • Folder: 32, Special Correspondents: Paul Allen: Correspondence, 1937-1947
  • Folder: 33, Special Correspondents: Paul Allen: Correspondence, 1950-1955
  • Folder: 34, Special Correspondents: Paul Allen: Correspondence, undated
  • Folder: 35, Special Correspondents: Paul Hale: Correspondence, 1945-1950
  • Folder: 36, Special Correspondents: Paul Hale: Correspondence, 1951-1958
  • Folder: 37, Special Correspondents: Paul Hale: Report: "Letters and Notes of Robert Hale on a Trip over the Two Poles November - December 1957", undated
  • Folder: 38, Special Correspondents: John P. Marquand: Correspondence re: Cunningham guest column, 1950
  • Folder: 39, Special Correspondents: John P. Marquand: Roberts' Dartmouth article in the Cunningham column, 1950
  • Folder: 40, Special Correspondents: Booth Tarkington: Article: "A Gentleman From Maine and Indiana", by Kenneth Roberts; in "Saturday Evening Post", August 8, 1931
  • Folder: 41, Special Correspondents: Booth Tarkington: Article: "The Real Booth Tarkington", by John-a-Dreams; in "Pearson's ""Magazine", March, 1903
  • Folder: 42, Special Correspondents: Booth Tarkington: Book 1: Letters from Booth Tarkington 1919-1937, undated
  • Folder: 43, Special Correspondents: Booth Tarkington: Book 2: Letters from Booth Tarkington 1924-1940, undated
  • Folder: 44, Special Correspondents: Booth Tarkington: Book 3: Letters from Booth Tarkington 1941-1946, undated
  • Folder: 45, Special Correspondents: Booth Tarkington: Clippings, 1946-1956
  • Folder: 46, Special Correspondents: Booth Tarkington: Correspondence, 1919-1922
  • Folder: 47, Special Correspondents: Booth Tarkington: Correspondence, 1923-1929

Box: 20, Dates: 1923-1957

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  • Folder: 1, Special Correspondents: Herbert Faulkner West: Correspondence, 1935-1936
  • Folder: 2, Special Correspondents: Herbert Faulkner West: Correspondence, 1937-1939
  • Folder: 3, Special Correspondents: Herbert Faulkner West: Correspondence, 1940-1944
  • Folder: 4, Special Correspondents: Herbert Faulkner West: Correspondence, undated
  • Folder: 5, Speech: Kenneth Roberts, "Remarks to the Republican State Committee", Portland, April 1, 1942
  • Folder: 6, Speech: Kenneth Roberts, at the Warner House, Portsmouth, New Hampshire, August 4, undated
  • Folder: 7, Stories by Kenneth Roberts: "The Administrative Method"; typescript, undated
  • Folder: 8, Stories by Kenneth Roberts: "Confession"; typescript, undated
  • Folder: 9, Stories by Kenneth Roberts: Fragments, undated
  • Folder: 10, Stories by Kenneth Roberts: "The Gods Awake"; typescript, undated
  • Folder: 11, Stories by Kenneth Roberts: "A Momentous Decision"; typescript, undated
  • Folder: 12, Stories by Kenneth Roberts: "The Original Confidence Game"; typescript, undated
  • Folder: 13, Stories by Kenneth Roberts: "Perfect Quiet"; typescript, undated
  • Folder: 14, Stories by Kenneth Roberts: "A Railroad President Is Rejected;" typescript, undated
  • Folder: 15, U.S. House of Representatives: Twenty-three bills of joint resolution, 1923
  • Folder: 16, U.S. House of Representatives: Twenty-three bills of joint resolution; notes, 1923
  • Folder: 17, Water Unlimited: Articles: "An Answer To Water Shortages", by Kenneth Roberts; in the "Doubleday ""Newsletter", July, 1954
  • Folder: 18, Water Unlimited: Articles: "House of the Month", by Justine Flint Georges; in "New Hampshire Profiles", November, undated
  • Folder: 19, Water Unlimited: Articles: "Kenneth Roberts Visits The Observatory", by Dick Leonard, undated
  • Folder: 20, Water Unlimited: Articles: "Some Pros and Cons of Water Dowsing", by Arthur M. Sowder; typescript, undated
  • Folder: 21, Water Unlimited: Articles: "Water Divining", by Kenneth Roberts; typescript, undated
  • Folder: 22, Water Unlimited: Book MSS: Additions, corrections, deletions from manuscripts of "Henry Gross and His Dowsing Rod", and "The Seventh Sense ", undated
  • Folder: 23, "Water Unlimited"; corrections and galley inserts, undated
  • Folder: 24, Water Unlimited: Book MSS: "Water Unlimited"; front and back dust jacket information, with photograph of jacket, undated
  • Folder: 25, Water Unlimited: Book MSS: "Water Unlimited"; galleys, 1957
  • Folder: 26, Water Unlimited: Book MSS: "Water Unlimited"; index galleys, 1957
  • Folder: 27, Water Unlimited: Book MSS: "Water Unlimited"; page proofs, 1957
  • Folder: 28, Water Unlimited: Book MSS: "Water Unlimited"; typescript, pp. 1-168, undated
  • Folder: 29, Water Unlimited: Book MSS: "Water Unlimited"; typescript, pp. 169-275, undated
  • Folder: 30, Water Unlimited: Cases: Acheson, Charles E.; correspondence, 1953
  • Folder: 31, Water Unlimited: Cases: Adams, Elizabeth H.; correspondence, 1951
  • Folder: 32, Water Unlimited: Cases: Adams, Elizabeth H.; map, undated
  • Folder: 33, Water Unlimited: Cases: Aherne, Daniel F.; correspondence, 1951-1952
  • Folder: 34, Water Unlimited: Cases: Alexander, Sidney B.; correspondence, 1951
  • Folder: 35, Water Unlimited: Cases: Allen, Herbert S.: Correspondence, 1954
  • Folder: 36, Water Unlimited: Cases: Allen, Herbert S.: Gross' report, 1954
  • Folder: 37, Water Unlimited: Cases: Allen, Herbert S.: Maps, 1950-1954
  • Folder: 38, Water Unlimited: Cases: Allen, Paul; correspondence, 1951-1953
  • Folder: 39, Water Unlimited: Cases: Allen, W. L.; correspondence, 1954
  • Folder: 40, Water Unlimited: Cases: American Water Works Co.: Clippings, 1951
  • Folder: 41, Water Unlimited: Cases: American Water Works Co.: Correspondence, 1951-1953
  • Folder: 42, Water Unlimited: Cases: American Water Works Co.: Gross'report, 1951
  • Folder: 43, Water Unlimited: Cases: American Water Works Co.: Magazine: "Mueller Record", October, 1951
  • Folder: 44, Water Unlimited: Cases: American Water Works Co.: Magazine: "The Rockwell Water Journal", November-December, 1951
  • Folder: 45, Water Unlimited: Cases: American Water Works Co.: Pamphlet: "American Water Works Co., Inc., Annual Report", 1951
  • Folder: 46, Water Unlimited: Cases: American Water Works Co.: Tear-sheets from Chapter 18 of "The Seventh Sense ", undated
  • Folder: 47, Water Unlimited: Cases: American Water Works Co.: Amy, Ernest F.: correspondence, 1952
  • Folder: 48, Water Unlimited: Cases: American Water Works Co.: Appleman, John Alan: correspondence, 1951-1952
  • Folder: 49, Water Unlimited: Cases: Applied Physics Laboratory: Correspondence, 1952-1957
  • Folder: 50, Water Unlimited: Cases: Applied Physics Laboratory: Gross' report, 1952
  • Folder: 51, Water Unlimited: Cases: Applied Physics Laboratory: Maps with notes, 1952

Box: 21, Dates: 1951-1957

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  • Folder: 1, Bain, John: Correspondence, 1951-1952
  • Folder: 2, Ballard, William S.: Correspondence, 1951-1952
  • Folder: 3, Bailer, Albert H.: Correspondence, 1952-1954
  • Folder: 4, Bailer, Albert H.: Gross' report, 1953
  • Folder: 5, Bailer, Albert H.: Map, 1945
  • Folder: 6, Ballin, Robert W.: Correspondence, 1954
  • Folder: 7, Ballin, Robert W.: Gross' report, 1954
  • Folder: 8, Ballin, Robert W.: Interview: Henry Gross on CBS "Workshop" presentation; in "Radio-Perception", June, 1956
  • Folder: 9, Banister, Manley: Correspondence, 1951
  • Folder: 10, Barnes, Walter E.: Airplane schedules; notes, 1953
  • Folder: 11, Barnes, Walter E.: Correspondence, 1953-1957
  • Folder: 12, Barnes, Walter E.: Gross' report, 1953
  • Folder: 13, Bartlett, William P.: Correspondence, 1953
  • Folder: 14, Bartlett, William P.: Map, undated
  • Folder: 15, Baum, James E.: Correspondence, 1951-1953
  • Folder: 16, H.C. Baxter and Brothers: Correspondence, 1951-1953
  • Folder: 17, H.C. Baxter and Brothers: Notes, undated
  • Folder: 18, Beck, Lucien: Correspondence, 1951-1952
  • Folder: 19, Beckman, Alcorn G.: Correspondence, 1955-1956
  • Folder: 20, Becton, Henry P.: Correspondence, 1953-1956
  • Folder: 21, Becton, Henry P.: Gross' report, 1953
  • Folder: 22, Becton, Henry P.: Map and photographs, 1953
  • Folder: 23, Bedell, Weldon: Correspondence, 1953-1954
  • Folder: 24, Bedell, Weldon: Suggested sketches for a manuscript, undated
  • Folder: 25, Beebe, Lucius: Correspondence, 1956
  • Folder: 26, Begote, Fred H.: Correspondence, 1951
  • Folder: 27, Beith, Robert B.: Correspondence, 1955-1956
  • Folder: 28, Beith, Robert B.: Gross' report, 1956
  • Folder: 29, Bell, Henry A.: Correspondence, 1952
  • Folder: 30, Bermuda: Article: "Drought, Doubt and Dowsing", by Park Breck; in "The Bermudian", July, 1951
  • Folder: 31, Bermuda: Clippings, 1951-1952
  • Folder: 32, Bermuda: Correspondence, 1950-1952
  • Folder: 33, Bermuda: Correspondence, 1953-1954
  • Folder: 34, Bermuda: Correspondence, 1955-1957
  • Folder: 35, Bermuda: Maps, 1950
  • Folder: 36, Bermuda: Notes, undated
  • Folder: 37, Bermuda: Photographs, undated
  • Folder: 38, Bermuda: Tear-sheets from Chapter 28 of "The Seventh Sense", undated
  • Folder: 39, Bidwell, William Thomas: Charts, undated
  • Folder: 40, Bidwell, William Thomas: Correspondence, 1951
  • Folder: 41, Bidwell, William Thomas: Reports; "The Pendul: A Means Unto Truth", and "The Procedure of Diagnosis ""With The Pendul", by W. T. Bidwell, undated
  • Folder: 42, Birnie, John U.: Correspondence, 1951-1952
  • Folder: 43, Black, William Murray: Clippings, 1951
  • Folder: 44, Black, William Murray; correspondence, 1951-1955
  • Folder: 45, Blakeslee, Howard W.: Correspondence, 1951-1955
  • Folder: 46, Bond, Harry: Article: "We Witched Water...," by Nancy Ewart Bond; in "Woman's Day", May, 1956
  • Folder: 47, Bond, Henry: Article: "What Price Water?," by Nancy Ewart Bond; first and second drafts, undated
  • Folder: 48, Bond, Harry: Clippings and Henry Gross; notes, 1953
  • Folder: 49, Bond, Harry: Correspondence, 1953-1956
  • Folder: 50, Boutwell, Roland H. II: Correspondence, 1953-1957
  • Folder: 51, Boutwell, Roland H. II: Gross' report, 1953
  • Folder: 52, Boyer, Donald M.: Correspondence, 1953-1961
  • Folder: 53, Boyer, Donald M.: Maps, undated
  • Folder: 54, Breger, David: Correspondence, 1953
  • Folder: 55, Breger, David: Map, undated
  • Folder: 56, Brennanm W. Irvin: Correspondence, 1953
  • Folder: 57, Brewer, Joseph: Correspondence, 1953-1955
  • Folder: 58, Brewer, Joseph:Gross' report, 1955
  • Folder: 59, Brewer, Joseph: Map, 1954
  • Folder: 60, Bright, Joseph E.: Correspondence, 1951-1952
  • Folder: 61, Brill, George L.: Correspondence, 1953-1957
  • Folder: 62, Brill, George L.: Gross' report, 1953
  • Folder: 63, Brill George L.: Map with photograph, undated
  • Folder: 64, Bristol-Myers Products Division: Correspondence, 1955-1956
  • Folder: 65, Bristol-Myers Products Division: Gross' report, 1955-1956
  • Folder: 66, Bristol-Myers Products Division: Notes, undated
  • Folder: 67, Brooks, Smith: Correspondence, 1953
  • Folder: 68, Brown, Ernest M.: Correspondence, 1952
  • Folder: 69, Brown, Ernest M.: Map, undated
  • Folder: 70, Brown, Hugh Auchincloss: Article: "Disclosures from Popular Awakening Concerning the Impending Flood," by Hugh A. Brown, 1951
  • Folder: 71, Brown, Hugh Auchincloss: Correspondence, 1951
  • Folder: 72, Brown, Hugh Auchincloss: Monograph: "The Drag of Gravity", by Hugh A. Brown, 1942
  • Folder: 73, Brown, Lester F.: Correspondence, 1951
  • Folder: 74, Brown, Lester F.: Gross' report, 1957
  • Folder: 75, Brown, Thomas G.: Correspondence, 1953-1954
  • Folder: 76, Brown, Thomas G.: Gross' report, 1954
  • Folder: 77, Bryan, Frank: Correspondence, 1954
  • Folder: 78, Bryan, Frank: Map, undated
  • Folder: 79, Bryan, Frank: Pamphlet: "The Coyote Lake Midden", by Frank Bryan; reprinted from "Central Texas Archeologist", December, 1953
  • Folder: 80, Budreau, Dr. William E.: Article: "Expressions of Energy", by Dr. Budreau; carbon, undated
  • Folder: 81, Budreau, Dr. William E.: Correspondence, 1951
  • Folder: 82, Buffum, Jesse: Correspondence, 1953
  • Folder: 83, Burnham School, Kennebunk, Maine: Correspondence, 1954
  • Folder: 84, Burnham School, Kennebunk, Maine: Gross' report, 1954
  • Folder: 85, Burnham School, Kennebunk, Maine: Notes, undated
  • Folder: 86, Burnham School, Kennebunk, Maine: Petition; 1954, and quit-claim deed; 1869, undated
  • Folder: 87, Burns Stanley L./Mecawee Club: Correspondence, 1952-1956
  • Folder: 88, Burns Stanley L./Mecawee Club: Gross' report, 1952
  • Folder: 89, Burns Stanley L./Mecawee Club: Map with report, 1952
  • Folder: 90, Burroughs, Leroy F.: Clippings, 1951
  • Folder: 91, Burroughs, Leroy F.: Correspondence, 1951-1952
  • Folder: 92, Burroughs, Leroy F.: Map, undated
  • Folder: 93, Burwell, W. R.: Correspondence, 1951-1952
  • Folder: 94, Butler, Agnes (Mrs. John): Correspondence, 1953
  • Folder: 95, Butler, Agnes (Mrs. John): Gross' report, 1953
  • Folder: 96, Butler, Mabel (Mrs. Allan): Correspondence, 1951-1952
  • Folder: 97, Butler, Mabel (Mrs. Allan): Map, undated
  • Folder: 98, Caldwell, D. L.: Correspondence, 1952-1957
  • Folder: 99, Cameron, Verne L.: Article: "Revolution In Water-Seeking"; in "Fortnight", August 31, 1953
  • Folder: 100, Cameron, Verne L.: Correspondence, 1953
  • Folder: 101, Campbell, Charles E.: Correspondence, 1953
  • Folder: 102, Campbell, Charles E.: Gross' report, 1953
  • Folder: 103, Campbell, Roy: Correspondence, 1953
  • Folder: 104, Canadian Industries Ltd.: Correspondence, 1956
  • Folder: 105, Canadian Industries Ltd.: Gross' report, 1956
  • Folder: 106, Canadian Industries Ltd.: Notes, undated
  • Folder: 107, Canadian Industries Ltd.: Pamphlet: "Canadian Industries Limited Annual Report", 1955
  • Folder: 108, Carse, Raymond D.: Correspondence, 1953-1954
  • Folder: 109, Carse, Raymond D.: Report: "Electromagnetism As Related To Natural Phenomena And Dowsing", by Raymond D. Carse; carbon, 1953
  • Folder: 110, Cechowski, Chick: Clippings, 1954
  • Folder: 111, Cechowski, Chick: Correspondence, 1952-1953
  • Folder: 112, Cechowski, Chick: Correspondence, 1954-1956
  • Folder: 113, Cechowski, Chick: Gross' report, 1956
  • Folder: 114, Cechowski, Chick: Maps, 1944-1953
  • Folder: 115, Cechowski, Chick: Notes, undated
  • Folder: 116, Cechowski, Chick: Report: "Tungsten Deposits In Alaska", by U.S. Dept. of Interior, Bureau of Mines; June, 1948
  • Folder: 117, Chadbourne, Horace: Correpsondence, 1954
  • Folder: 118, Chadbourne, Horace: Journal fragment, undated
  • Folder: 119, Chase, E. Sherman: Correspondence, 1951
  • Folder: 120, Chauvenet, William: Correspondence, 1951
  • Folder: 121, Choate, Robert B.: Correspondence, 1951-1953
  • Folder: 122, Churchill, Creighton: Correspondence, 1951-1953
  • Folder: 123, Clark, Neil McCullough: Correspondence, 1951-1952
  • Folder: 124, Cobden, John M.: Correspondence, 1953
  • Folder: 125, Coffin, Lewis A.: Correspondence, 1951-1952
  • Folder: 126, Colby, William R.: Correspondence, 1951
  • Folder: 127, Comstock, Nan: Correspondence, 1951
  • Folder: 128, Consolidated Engineering/Lehigh Portland Cement: Correspondence, 1956-1957
  • Folder: 129, Consolidated Engineering/Lehigh Portland Cement: Maps, 1932-1955
  • Folder: 130, Consolidated Engineering/Lehigh Portland Cement: Notes, undated
  • Folder: 131, Consolidated Engineering/Lehigh Portland Cement: Pamphlet: "Lehigh Portland Cement Company Annual Report", 1956
  • Folder: 132, Consolidated Engineering/Lehigh Portland Cement: Report of Gross' findings, by Consolidated Engineering, 1956

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  • Folder: 1, Cook, Dr. Carl M.: Correspondence, 1953
  • Folder: 2, Cox, Leonard: Correspondence, 1951
  • Folder: 3, Crane, William A.: Correspondence, 1951-1952
  • Folder: 4, Crane, William A.: Gross' report, 1951
  • Folder: 5, Croley, Victor A.: Clippings, 1953
  • Folder: 6, Croley, Victor A.: Correspondence, 1953
  • Folder: 7, Crouse, Coston C.: Correspondence, 1953-1958
  • Folder: 8, Cuneo, Dr. Kenneth: Correspondence, 1952
  • Folder: 9, Curtis, Edward: Correspondence, 1954
  • Folder: 10, Curtis, Raymond: Correspondence, 1951-1952
  • Folder: 11, Currier, June (Mrs. A. William): Correspondence, 1951-1954
  • Folder: 12, Cutting, Edward C.: Correspondence, 1951
  • Folder: 13, Daniels, Charles B., Jr.: Correspondence, 1951-1952
  • Folder: 14, Danielson, Richard E., Jr.: Correspondence, 1954
  • Folder: 15, Davenport, Russell: Clippings, 1953
  • Folder: 16, Davenport, Russell: Correspondence, 1951-1955
  • Folder: 17, Davenport, Russell: Gross' report, 1951
  • Folder: 18, Davenport, Russell: Tear-sheets from Chapter 13 of "The Seventh Sense", undated
  • Folder: 19, Davis, Howard C.: Correspondence, 1951
  • Folder: 20, Davis, James C.: Correspondence, 1953-1954
  • Folder: 21, Dean, Douglas: Correspondence, 1955-1956
  • Folder: 22, DeCardenas, Rafael: Correspondence, 1951-1952
  • Folder: 23, DeCardenas, Rafael: Map with notes, undated
  • Folder: 24, DeCardenas, Rafael: Tear-sheets from Chapter 26 of "The Seventh Sense", undated
  • Folder: 25, Dennison, Carol (Mrs. Robert S.): Correspondence, 1951
  • Folder: 26, Denzler, Christian: Correspondence, 1953
  • Folder: 27, De Pascale, Antonio V.: Clippings, 1951-1954
  • Folder: 28, De Pascale, Antonio V.: Correspondence, 1952
  • Folder: 29, De Pascale, Antonio V.: Correspondence, 1953
  • Folder: 30, De Pascale, Antonio V.: Correspondence, 1954-1956
  • Folder: 31, De Pascale, Antonio V.: Lease assignment, 1953
  • Folder: 32, De Pascale, Antonio V.: Maps, undated
  • Folder: 33, De Pascale, Antonio V.: Notes, undated
  • Folder: 34, Derby, Ethel (Mrs. Richard): Correspondence, 1953-1955
  • Folder: 35, Derby, Ethel (Mrs. Richard): Gross' report, 1953
  • Folder: 36, Derby, Ethel (Mrs. Richard): Map, 1945
  • Folder: 37, Derrah, A. Joseph: Correspondence, 1951
  • Folder: 38, Derrah, A. Joseph: Map and photographs, undated
  • Folder: 39, Dilworth, Joseph: Correspondence, 1953
  • Folder: 40, Dodd, Norman: Correspondence, 1951-1952
  • Folder: 41, Dodd, Norman: Map, 1944
  • Folder: 42, Douglas, Herbert: Catalogue: "The Vermont Shop, Arlington, Vermont", undated
  • Folder: 43, Douglas, Herbert: Correspondence, 1953-1954
  • Folder: 44, Douglas, Herbert: Gross' report, 1953
  • Folder: 45, Douglas, Herbert: Maps, 1953
  • Folder: 46, Dowell, James C: Correspondence, 1951
  • Folder: 47, Duffield, Archie: Correspondence, 1952-1956
  • Folder: 48, Duffield, Archie: Maps, 1953
  • Folder: 49, Notes, undated
  • Folder: 50, Duncan, Robert: Correspondence, 1952
  • Folder: 51, Du Pont, Edmund: Correspondence, 1957-1958
  • Folder: 52, Du Pont, Edmund: Gross' report, 1957
  • Folder: 53, Du Pont, Edmund: Photograph and sketch, undated
  • Folder: 54, Dupy, Mrs. John: Correspondence, undated
  • Folder: 55, Dushkin, David: Correspondence, 1952-1953
  • Folder: 56, Dushkin, David: Gross' report, 1952
  • Folder: 57, Dushkin, David: Tear-sheets from Chapter 14 of "The Seventh Sense", undated
  • Folder: 58, Dwight, T. W.: Correspondence, 1951
  • Folder: 59, Dwight, T. W.: Notes, undated
  • Folder: 60, Eaton, P.C.: Correspondence, 1951
  • Folder: 61, Eddy, George A.: Correspondence, 1951
  • Folder: 62, Edgar Cayce Foundation: Correspondence, 1951-1953
  • Folder: 63, Edgar Cayce Foundation: Itinerary, 1952
  • Folder: 64, Edgar Cayce Foundation: Photograph, undated
  • Folder: 65, Eisenhut, Werner: Correspondence, 1954
  • Folder: 66, Eisenhut, Werner: Photographs, 1954
  • Folder: 67, Elliot, Harriett: Correspondence, 1956
  • Folder: 68, Elliot, Harriett: Gross' report, 1956
  • Folder: 69, Erny, Frank: Correspondence, 1952
  • Folder: 70, Erny, Frank: Maps, 1952
  • Folder: 71, Estabrook, L. P.: Correspondence, 1951-1952
  • Folder: 72, Falkenau, Robert M.: Correspondence, 1951
  • Folder: 73, Falwell, W. Calvin: Clippings, 1951
  • Folder: 74, Falwell, W. Calvin: Correspondence, 1951-1952
  • Folder: 75, Fates, Gil: Correspondence, 1951-1952
  • Folder: 76, Fay, Richard D.: Correspondence, 1952-1954
  • Folder: 77, Fay, Richard D.: Gross' report, 1953
  • Folder: 78, Fiske, Irving: Correspondence, 1951-1952
  • Folder: 79, Fiske, Irving: Pamphlet: "Bernard Shaw's Debt to William Blake", by Irving Fiske, published by the Shaw Society, London, 1951
  • Folder: 80, Fitchburg Paper Co.: Correspondence, 1953
  • Folder: 81, Fitzmaurice, Michael: Correspondence, 1953-1954
  • Folder: 82, Fitzmaurice, Michael: Gross' report, 1953
  • Folder: 83, Fransioli, Thomas: Correspondence, 1957
  • Folder: 84, Fredericksburg, Texas: Article: "Sunday Homes", by G. G. H. Lentz; in "Lincoln-Mercury Times", October, 1955
  • Folder: 85, Fredericksburg, Texas: Correspondence, 1955-1959
  • Folder: 86, Fredericksburg, Texas: Gross' report, 1955
  • Folder: 87, Fredericksburg, Texas: Map, 1947
  • Folder: 88, Fredericksburg, Texas: Notes, undated
  • Folder: 89, French, Dr. Gordon N.: Correspondence, 1951-1952
  • Folder: 90, Frink, Richard S.: Correspondence, 1951-1952
  • Folder: 91, Furness, Mrs. Thomas: Correspondence, 1955
  • Folder: 92, Gallay, Harris: Correspondence, 1951-1953
  • Folder: 93, Gallay, Harris: Report of tests given Henry Gross by Gallay, 1952
  • Folder: 94, Gallay, Harris: Tear-sheets of Chapter 29 of "The Seventh Sense ", undated
  • Folder: 95, Gallay, Harris: Typescripts of Chapter 2 and Chapter 30 of "The Seventh Sense", undated
  • Folder: 96, Gamble, Elizabeth: Correspondence, 1955-1956
  • Folder: 97, Gamble, Elizabeth: Gross' report, 1955
  • Folder: 98, Gardiner, John H.: Correspondence, 1952
  • Folder: 99, Garrett, Robert, Jr.: Correspondence, 1951
  • Folder: 100, Gist, F. B.: Correspondence, 1951
  • Folder: 101, Gordon, Carl E.: Correspondence, 1952
  • Folder: 102, Gordon, Carl E.: Maps, 1950
  • Folder: 103, Gorton, Sandford G.: Correspondence, 1951-1952
  • Folder: 104, Gorton, Sandford G.: Maps, 1952
  • Folder: 105, Graham, Ray A., Jr.: Correspondence, 1957-1958
  • Folder: 106, Greenough, Ruth H.: Clipping with notes, 1951
  • Folder: 107, Greenough, Ruth H.: Correspondence, 1951-1952
  • Folder: 108, Greenville, New Hampshire: Correspondence, 1954-1955
  • Folder: 109, Greenville, New Hampshire: Gross' report, 1954
  • Folder: 110, Griffin, Dr. Angus M.: Correspondence, 1953
  • Folder: 111, Groton Water Company, Groton, Massachusetts: Correspondence, 1953-1956
  • Folder: 112, Groton Water Company, Groton, Massachusetts: Gross' report, 1954
  • Folder: 113, Groton Water Company, Groton, Massachusetts: Map with notes, 1941
  • Folder: 114, Guild, William: Article: "Pied Piper of Science", by Vance Packard; in "Reader's Digest", October, 1955
  • Folder: 115, Guild, William: Correspondence, 1951-1952
  • Folder: 116, Haffenreffer, Carl W.: Correspondence, 1952-1954
  • Folder: 117, Haffenreffer, Carl W.: Map with photographs, 1952
  • Folder: 118, Hagenbaugh, Flossie: Correspondence, 1951-1952
  • Folder: 119, Hager, Marguerite (Mrs. B. H.): Correspondence, 1953
  • Folder: 120, Hale, Robert: Correspondence, 1951-1955
  • Folder: 121, Hanes, James G.: Correspondence, 1956-1957
  • Folder: 122, Hanover Institute: Correspondence, 1951-1952
  • Folder: 123, Hanson, Eleanore: Correspondence, 1952
  • Folder: 124, Harper, Raymond: Correspondence, 1951
  • Folder: 125, "Harper's Magazine" Controversy: Article: "Dowsing Is Nonsense", by Thomas M. Riddick; in "Harper's ""Magazine", July, 1951
  • Folder: 126, "Harper's Magazine" Controversy: Article: "Firsthand Report on Dowsing", by Brooks Shepard; in "Harper's ""Magazine", September, 1951
  • Folder: 127, "Harper's Magazine" Controversy: Clippings, 1951
  • Folder: 128, "Harper's Magazine" Controversy: Correspondence, 1951

Box: 23, Dates: 1875-1958

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  • Folder: 1, "Harper's Magazine" Controversy: Correspondence, 1952-1953
  • Folder: 2, "Harper's Magazine" Controversy: Pamphlet: "Dowsing - An Unorthodox Method of Locating Underground Water"" Supplies", by Thomas M. Riddick; reprinted from "Proceedings of ""the American Philosophical Society", October, 1952
  • Folder: 3, Hastie, Howell W.: Correspondence, 1951
  • Folder: 4, Hathaway, George G.: Correspondence, 1951
  • Folder: 5, Hazelton, James C: Correspondence, 1953
  • Folder: 6, Herdman, Harold F.: Correspondence, 1954
  • Folder: 7, Herdman, Harold F.: Gross' report, 1954-1957
  • Folder: 8, Hext, John A.: Affidavits, 1952-1953
  • Folder: 9, Hext, John A.: Clippings, 1953
  • Folder: 10, Hext, John A.: Correspondence, 1953-1954
  • Folder: 11, Hill, Ednah E.: Correspondence, 1953-1954
  • Folder: 12, Hill, Ednah E.: Gross' report, 1953
  • Folder: 13, Hodgsdon, Willard T./Guatemala coffee fincas: Correspondence, 1956-1957
  • Folder: 14, Hodgsdon, Willard T./Guatemala coffee fincas: Gross' report, 1956
  • Folder: 15, Hodgsdon, Willard T./Guatemala coffee fincas: Maps, 1945
  • Folder: 16, Hodgsdon, Willard T./Guatemala coffee fincas: Notes, undated
  • Folder: 17, Hoff, Fr. G. Preston: Correspondence, 1953-1956
  • Folder: 18, Hoff, Fr. G. Preston: Maps, 1953-1954
  • Folder: 19, Hoff, Fr. G. Preston: Notes, undated
  • Folder: 20, Holding, Allen K.: Correspondence, 1951-1952
  • Folder: 21, Holding, Allen K.: Gross' reports, 1951
  • Folder: 22, Holding, Allen K.: Photographs, undated
  • Folder: 23, Hollingsworth and Whitney Co.: Correspondence, 1951
  • Folder: 24, Hollingsworth and Whitney Co.: Maps, 1949
  • Folder: 25, Hollis School, Hollis, New Hampshire: Clippings, 1952-1956
  • Folder: 26, Hollis School, Hollis, New Hampshire: Correspondence, 1951-1958
  • Folder: 27, Hollis School, Hollis, New Hampshire: Gross' report, 1951
  • Folder: 28, Hollis School, Hollis, New Hampshire: Photographs, 1953
  • Folder: 29, Hollis, Samuel: Correspondence, 1952-1953
  • Folder: 30, Hollister, Paul: Correspondence, 1953-1954
  • Folder: 31, Hollister, Paul: Notes, undated
  • Folder: 32, Holmes, Charles L.: Correspondence, 1953
  • Folder: 33, Holmes, Charles L.: Gross' report, 1953
  • Folder: 34, Holmes, Mabel E.: Correspondence, 1953
  • Folder: 35, Holmes, Mabel E.: Maps, 1952
  • Folder: 36, Hoppe, Leslie L.: Correspondence, 1957
  • Folder: 37, Hoppe, Leslie L.: Gross' report, 1957
  • Folder: 38, Hoppe, Leslie L.: Maps with notes, 1947-1957
  • Folder: 39, Hoskins, Colin McRae: Correspondence, 1956-1957
  • Folder: 40, Hoskins, Colin McRae: Map, 1956
  • Folder: 41, Howard, Robert West: Article: "Million $ Witchery", by Bob Duncan; in "American Heritage", Fall, 1951
  • Folder: 42, Howard, Robert West: Article: "Water Unlimited", by Robert W. Howard; in "Pageant", October 1951; and a review of "The Seventh Sense", carbon, 1951
  • Folder: 43, Howard, Robert West: Articles by Howard, unrelated to dowsing, undated
  • Folder: 44, Howard, Robert West: Correspondence, 1951
  • Folder: 45, Ruber, J. E. : Correspondence, 1951-1953
  • Folder: 46, Ruber, J. E. : Gross' report, 1951
  • Folder: 47, Hughes, Jeanie E.: Correspondence, 1953
  • Folder: 48, Hughes, Jeanie E.: Gross' report, 1953
  • Folder: 49, Hutchinson, George M.: Correspondence, 1951-1952
  • Folder: 50, Indian Dowsers: Article: "Indian Water Diviners", by Matthew Hermanns; in "The Christian ""Family", October, 1953
  • Folder: 51, Indian Dowsers: Article: "Prospecting For Underground Water", by Lt.-Col. W. G. A. Lawrie; in "Journal of the Institution of Military Engineers", October, 1950
  • Folder: 52, Indian Dowsers: Correspondence, 1951
  • Folder: 53, Indian Dowsers: Pamphlet: "A Scheme To Study The Underground Water Supply In Maharashtra", by N. G. Apte; reprinted from "The Mahratta", July 30, 1937
  • Folder: 54, Indian Dowsers: Pamphlet: "Underground Water: Methods of Location and Determining ""Factors", by N. G. Apte, undated
  • Folder: 55, Indian Dowsers: Pamphlet: "Underground Water-Supply"; author uncertain, undated
  • Folder: 56, Indian Dowsers: Pamphlet: "Water-Finding", by N. G. Apte; reprinted from "Indian Farming", December, 1942
  • Folder: 57, Indian Dowsers: Tear-sheets of Chapter 27 of "The Seventh Sense ", undated
  • Folder: 58, Ingersoll, Hope G.: Correspondence, 1951
  • Folder: 59, Interlaken, New York: Correspondence, 1956-1957
  • Folder: 60, Interlaken, New York: Gross' report, 1956
  • Folder: 61, Irving, Gage H.: Correspondence, 1951-1953
  • Folder: 62, Irving, Gage H.: Tear-sheets from Chapter 27 of "The Seventh Sense", undated
  • Folder: 63, Jackson, C. D.: Correspondence, 1957-1958
  • Folder: 64, Jackson, C. D.: Gross' report and notes, 1953
  • Folder: 65, Jaffee, Wilton: Correspondence, 1951-1952
  • Folder: 66, Jaffee, Wilton: Correspondence, 1955
  • Folder: 67, Jaffee, Wilton: Gross' report, 1951-1952
  • Folder: 68, Jaffee, Wilton: Notes, including water analysis report, 1951
  • Folder: 69, Jardine, William N.: Correspondence, 1951-1952
  • Folder: 70, Jardine, William N.: Correspondence, 1953
  • Folder: 71, Jardine, William N.: Correspondence, 1954-1957
  • Folder: 72, Jardine, William N.: Maps, 1952-1953
  • Folder: 73, Jardine, William N.: Notes, undated
  • Folder: 74, Jardine, William N.: Report: "Black Gold Along the St. Lawrence", by James P. Steele, circa 1955
  • Folder: 75, Jerome, C. S.: Correspondence, 1952
  • Folder: 76, Johnson, Rudolph: Cayce "reading" of Texas oil lands (copy), 1926
  • Folder: 77, Johnson, Rudolph: Correspondence, 1952-1954
  • Folder: 78, Johnson, Rudolph: Map, undated
  • Folder: 79, Johnson, Rudolph: Notes and photographs, undated
  • Folder: 80, Jung, L.: Correspondence, 1954-1955
  • Folder: 81, Keller, Ernest and William V.: Correspondence, 1951-1952
  • Folder: 82, Kendall, Mills: Correspondence, 1951-1953
  • Folder: 83, Kendall, Mills: Tear-sheets from Chapter 23 of "The Seventh Sense", undated
  • Folder: 84, Kenro Mines: Bulletin: "OKA Oil Limited Information Bulletin", undated
  • Folder: 85, Kenro Mines: Clippings, 1951-1954
  • Folder: 86, Kenro Mines: Correspondence, 1951
  • Folder: 87, Kenro Mines: Correspondence; January-May, 1952
  • Folder: 88, Kenro Mines: Correspondence; May-August, 1952
  • Folder: 89, Kenro Mines: Correspondence; August-December, 1952
  • Folder: 90, Kenro Mines: Correspondence, 1953-1955
  • Folder: 91, Kenro Mines: Maps, 1875-1952
  • Folder: 92, Kenro Mines: Mining Agreements, 1951
  • Folder: 93, Kenro Mines: Notes, undated
  • Folder: 94, Kenro Mines: Photographs, undated
  • Folder: 95, Kenro Mines: Proxies, undated
  • Folder: 96, Kenro Mines: Report: "Oil And Gas Possibilities, Lake of Two-Mountain Area Quebec", by Gordon F. Skilling, undated
  • Folder: 97, Kenro Mines: Report: "A Report on the Chipman Mine of Newburyport, Massachusetts", by Gordon F. Skilling, 1952
  • Folder: 98, Kenyon, H. S.: Correspondence, 1954-1955
  • Folder: 99, Kerschner, Nolan K.: Correspondence, 1954
  • Folder: 100, Klemp, Nina (Mrs. Walter F.): Correspondence, 1951-1954
  • Folder: 101, Kopezynski, Stanley: Correspondence, 1951-1954
  • Folder: 102, Kovaleski, Mitchell G.: Correspondence, 1953-1954
  • Folder: 103, Kovaleski, Mitchell G.: Maps, undated
  • Folder: 104, Kovaleski, Mitchell G.: Notes, undated
  • Folder: 105, Kramer, George N.: Correspondence, 1951
  • Folder: 106, Krebs, William B.: Correspondence, 1951-1952
  • Folder: 107, Kunasz, Paul: Correspondence, 1951-1955
  • Folder: 108, Kunasz, Paul: Map, 1946

Box: 24, Dates: 1951-1960

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  • Folder: 1, Lacques, Paul: Correspondence, 1951-1952
  • Folder: 2, LaFarge, L. Bancel: Correspondence, 1954-1955
  • Folder: 3, LaFarge, L. Bancel: Map and clipping, 1954-1955
  • Folder: 4, LaFollette, Charles M.: Correspondence, 1951-1955
  • Folder: 5, LaFollette, Charles M.: Gross' report, 1951
  • Folder: 6, LaMennais College, Alfred, Maine: Illustration of surging tool used in well, 1957
  • Folder: 7, Latimer, L. A.: Correspondence, 1951-1952
  • Folder: 8, Lautz, John A.: Correspondence, 1951
  • Folder: 9, Lavers, Charles / Mason, Vernon: Clippings and notes, 1951
  • Folder: 10, Lavers, Charles / Mason, Vernon: Correspondence, 1953-1954
  • Folder: 11, Lawrence Weather Co.: Correspondence, 1954-1955
  • Folder: 12, Lawrence Weather Co.: Gross' report, 1954
  • Folder: 13, Lawrence Weather Co.: Maps, 1942-1954
  • Folder: 14, Lawrence Weather Co.: Notes, undated
  • Folder: 15, Leaper, E. T.: Correspondence, 1951-1952
  • Folder: 16, Leary, A. J.: Correspondence, 1957
  • Folder: 17, Leary, A. J.: Gross' report, 1957
  • Folder: 18, Lee, Harold: Correspondence, 1953
  • Folder: 19, Lehman, Lawrence B.: Correspondence, 1951-1952
  • Folder: 20, Lehman, Lawrence B.: Map, 1949
  • Folder: 21, Levinson, Horace: Correspondence, 1953-1954
  • Folder: 22, Levinson, Horace: Magazine: "The Journal of Parapsychology", December, 1959
  • Folder: 23, Levy, Austin/Eleuthera: Chapter 21 of "The Seventh Sense", describing the case, undated
  • Folder: 24, Levy, Austin/Eleuthera: Correspondence, 1951-1954
  • Folder: 25, Levy, Austin/Eleuthera: Gross' report, 1951
  • Folder: 26, Levy, Austin/Eleuthera: Map, 1946
  • Folder: 27, Levy, Austin/Eleuthera: Notes, undated
  • Folder: 28, Light, Frank: Correspondence, 1953-1954
  • Folder: 29, Light, Frank: Map, 1953
  • Folder: 30, Linder, Christopher: Correspondence, 1952
  • Folder: 31, Lindsay, Gerald A.: Correspondence, 1954
  • Folder: 32, Littleton, New Hampshire, Water and Light Dept.: Correspondence, 1953
  • Folder: 33, Lord, Henry C: Correspondence, 1951
  • Folder: 34, Luongo, James M.: Correspondence, 1953
  • Folder: 35, McCrea, Joel: Article: "Good 01' Joel", by Frank S. Nugent; in "Collier's", September 15, 1951
  • Folder: 36, McElliott, Joseph: Correspondence, 1951
  • Folder: 37, McGaw, Bradford K.: Correspondence, 1951
  • Folder: 38, McKnight, Henry T.: Correspondence, 1951
  • Folder: 39, McKnight, Henry T.: Maps, 1951
  • Folder: 40, MacLeod, Katherine (Mrs. Eldon): Correspondence, 1951-1954
  • Folder: 41, McMillen, E. P.: Brochures and maps, 1942-1948
  • Folder: 42, McMillen, E. P.: Correspondence, 1951
  • Folder: 43, Madison, New Jersey / Taber, Thomas T.: Correspondence, 1954
  • Folder: 44, Madison, New Jersey / Taber, Thomas T.: Map, 1948
  • Folder: 45, Mafera, Guy, Jr.: Correspondence, 1954-1955
  • Folder: 46, Mafera, Guy, Jr.: Gross' report, 1954
  • Folder: 47, Maine Maritime Academy: Clippings and press releases, 1953
  • Folder: 48, Maine Maritime Academy: Correspondence, 1953-1954
  • Folder: 49, Maine Maritime Academy: Gross' report, 1953
  • Folder: 50, Malone, William: Correspondence, 1953
  • Folder: 51, Mann, C. Churchill: Correspondence, 1955-1957
  • Folder: 52, Mann, C. Churchill: Gross' report, 1955
  • Folder: 53, Mann, C. Churchill: Mann's report on Gross' survey, 1955
  • Folder: 54, Mann, C. Churchill: Notes, undated
  • Folder: 55, Mann, C. Churchill: Surveys, 1955
  • Folder: 56, Mansfield Bleachery: Correspondence, 1951-1955
  • Folder: 57, Mansfield Bleachery: Gross' report, 1951
  • Folder: 58, Margeson, Kenneth: Correspondence, 1951-1952
  • Folder: 59, Marple, George K.: Correspondence, 1955
  • Folder: 60, Martin, Winifred (Mrs. A. L.): Correspondence, 1952
  • Folder: 61, Mason, Frank E.: Clippings, 1955-1956
  • Folder: 62, Mason, Frank E.: Correspondence, 1954-1957
  • Folder: 63, Mason, Frank E.: Gross' reports, 1955
  • Folder: 64, Mason, Frank E.: Map with notes, 1955
  • Folder: 65, Mason, Frank E.: Photographs, undated
  • Folder: 66, Masterson, John A.: Articles pertaining to Masterson's career, undated
  • Folder: 67, Masterson, John A.: Clippings, 1954-1956
  • Folder: 68, Masterson, John A.: Correspondence, 1954
  • Folder: 69, Masterson, John A.: Correspondence, 1955
  • Folder: 70, Masterson, John A.: Correspondence, 1956
  • Folder: 71, Masterson, John A.: Correspondence, 1957
  • Folder: 72, Masterson, John A.: Maps, undated
  • Folder: 73, Masterson, John A.: Notes, undated
  • Folder: 74, Masterson, John A.: Results of tests of Henry Gross on dowsing oil, 1954-1955
  • Folder: 75, Maynard, Dorothy: Correspondence, 1956
  • Folder: 76, Medical Missionaries of Mary, Abakaliki, Nigeria: Correspondence, 1956-1960
  • Folder: 77, Medical Missionaries of Mary, Abakaliki, Nigeria: Survey, 1956
  • Folder: 78, Merchant, Myrtle: Correspondence, 1951-1952
  • Folder: 79, Merrill, Keith: Brochures, clippings and notes, 1955
  • Folder: 80, Merrill, Keith: Correspondence, 1955
  • Folder: 81, Merrill, Keith: Correspondence, 1956
  • Folder: 82, Merrill, Keith: Gross' report, 1955
  • Folder: 83, Merrill, Keith: Maps, 1945-1953
  • Folder: 84, Merrill, Keith: Maps, 1955
  • Folder: 85, Merrill, Keith: Photographs, undated
  • Folder: 86, Merrill, Keith: Transcript of taped conversation between Henry Gross and Kenneth Roberts on the subject of St. Croix, 1956
  • Folder: 87, Middletown Milk and Cream Co., Yonkers, New York: Correspondence, 1951
  • Folder: 88, Miller, Raymond W.: News release, September 20, 1951
  • Folder: 89, Milner, B. C., Jr.: Correspondence, 1955
  • Folder: 90, Milner, B. C., Jr.: Gross' report, 1955
  • Folder: 91, Milner, B. C., Jr.: Milner's report of Gross' survey, 1955
  • Folder: 92, Montagny, Hubert Stern: Correspondence, 1954
  • Folder: 93, Morse, Marjorie (Mrs. William G.): Correspondence, 1951-1956
  • Folder: 94, Morse, Marjorie (Mrs. William G.): Gross' reports, 1954-1956
  • Folder: 95, Morse, Wilson M.: Correspondence, 1953
  • Folder: 96, Mosely, Thomas P.: Correspondence, 1952

Box: 25, Dates: 1940-1957

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  • Folder: 1, Nassau: Maps, undated
  • Folder: 2, Neal, Willis: Correspondence, 1951-1952
  • Folder: 3, Newton, C. G.: Correspondence, 1951
  • Folder: 4, Newton College of the Sacred Heart: Correspondence, 1951
  • Folder: 5, Nichols, Frederick H.: Correspondence, 1953-1957
  • Folder: 6, Nichols, Frederick H.: Gross' reports, 1953-1957
  • Folder: 7, Nichols, Frederick H.: Notes, undated
  • Folder: 8, Nichols, Frederick H.: "Report of Uranium Expedition to S.E. Utah", by Kenneth Curtis, 1955
  • Folder: 9, Nickerson, Palmer: Correspondence, 1951-1953
  • Folder: 10, Nickerson, Palmer: Tear-sheets from Chapter 17 of "The Seventh Sense", undated
  • Folder: 11, Noonan, Thomas: Correspondence, 1957
  • Folder: 12, Noonan, Thomas: Gross' report, 1957
  • Folder: 13, Notre Dame Institute, Alfred, Maine: Correspondence, 1951
  • Folder: 14, Notre Dame Institute, Alfred, Maine: Correspondence, 1957
  • Folder: 15, Notre Dame Institute, Alfred, Maine: Map, 1931
  • Folder: 16, Nutter, Medora (Mrs. Charles R.): Correspondence, 1951
  • Folder: 17, Ohio Wesleyan University: Holograph statement, by KR, of happenings at an appearance there, undated
  • Folder: 18, Orr, Robert: Correspondence, 1951-1956
  • Folder: 19, Orr, Robert: Map, undated
  • Folder: 19, Rudkin, Henry A. Jr.: Maps, 1954
  • Folder: 20, Osborne, Clint: Clippings with notes, undated
  • Folder: 21, Osborne, Clint: Correspondence, 1953-1956
  • Folder: 22, Osborne, Clint: Photographs, undated
  • Folder: 23, Packard, Donald K.: Correspondence, 1952
  • Folder: 24, Palen, Lewis S.: Correspondence, 1951-1952
  • Folder: 25, Pearce, William/Martin/Spigel: Correspondence, 1952
  • Folder: 26, Pearmain, Robert: Correspondence, 1951
  • Folder: 27, Penrose, Evelyn: Correspondence, 1951-1953
  • Folder: 28, Penrose, Evelyn: Map with sketch, 1951
  • Folder: 29, Petree, Martha: Correspondence, 1953
  • Folder: 30, Piston, Walter: Correspondence, 1952-1957
  • Folder: 31, Poe, Elizabeth (Mrs. Parker): Correspondence, 1952-1955
  • Folder: 32, Poe, Elizabeth (Mrs. Parker): Notes, undated
  • Folder: 33, Politis, Alexander C: Correspondence, 1951
  • Folder: 34, Pomeroy, Theodore: Correspondence, 1954
  • Folder: 35, Pomeroy, Theodore: Gross' report, 1954
  • Folder: 36, Powers, Leland: Correspondence, 1951
  • Folder: 37, Quimby, Hortense: Advertising literature for Quimby's Club and Inn, Averill, Vermont, undated
  • Folder: 38, Quimby, Hortense: Correspondence, 1953-1954
  • Folder: 39, Quimby, Hortense: Gross' report, 1954
  • Folder: 40, Rand, Stewart: Correspondence, 1951
  • Folder: 41, Rankin, James W.: Correspondence, 1951
  • Folder: 42, RCA Victor: Clipping with notes, 1954
  • Folder: 43, RCA Victor: Correspondence, 1953-1955
  • Folder: 44, RCA Victor: Gross' report, 1954
  • Folder: 45, RCA Victor: Map, 1953
  • Folder: 46, Regional School /6, Litchfield, Connecticut: Correspondence, 1952-1953
  • Folder: 47, Regional School /6, Litchfield, Connecticut: Gross' report, 1953
  • Folder: 48, Reid, Blanche (Mrs. William D.): Correspondence, 1952-1953
  • Folder: 49, Reid, Blanche (Mrs. William D.): Gross' report, 1953
  • Folder: 50, Rhine, Dr. J. B.: Article: "Some Exploratory Tests In Dowsing", by J. B. Rhine; in "Journal ""of Parapsychology", December, 1950
  • Folder: 51, Rhine, Dr. J. B.: Correspondence, 1951
  • Folder: 52, Richards, Atherton: Brochures, undated
  • Folder: 53, Richards, Atherton: Correspondence, 1951-1958
  • Folder: 54, Richards, Dexter: Brochures, undated
  • Folder: 55, Richards, Dexter: Correspondence, 1955
  • Folder: 56, Richards, Dexter: Gross' report, 1955
  • Folder: 57, Richardson, Luther L.: Correspondence, 1951
  • Folder: 58, Richmond, Robert: Correspondence, 1951
  • Folder: 59, Ricker, William J.: Correspondence, 1951
  • Folder: 60, Robinson, Thomas R.: Correspondence, 1951
  • Folder: 61, Rock Spring Golf Club, West Orange, New Jersey: Correspondence, 1955-1957
  • Folder: 62, Rock Spring Golf Club, West Orange, New Jersey: Gross' reports, 1956-1957
  • Folder: 63, Rock Spring Golf Club, West Orange, New Jersey: Notes, undated
  • Folder: 64, Rollins, Edward: Correspondence, 1953
  • Folder: 65, Rollins, Elizabeth: Gross' report, 1957
  • Folder: 66, Rollins, Sherwood: Correspondence, 1953-1954
  • Folder: 67, Rollins, Sherwood: Gross' report, 1953
  • Folder: 68, Romero-H., Mrs. Newman: Correspondence, 1953-1954
  • Folder: 69, Rooke, Lloyd: Clipping with notes, 1953
  • Folder: 70, Rooke, Lloyd: Correspondence, 1951-1952
  • Folder: 71, Roseberry, C. R.: Clippings, 1951-1955
  • Folder: 72, Roseberry, C. R.: Correspondence, 1951-1956
  • Folder: 73, Roseberry, C. R.: Map with notes, undated
  • Folder: 74, Rosenberg, Eva M.: Correspondence, 1951
  • Folder: 75, Rowse Company, Inc.: Correspondence, 1953-1955
  • Folder: 76, Rowse Company, Inc.: Gross' report, 1953
  • Folder: 77, Rudkin, Henry A. Jr.: Clippings and photographs, 1955
  • Folder: 78, Rudkin, Henry A. Jr.: Correspondence, 1955-1956
  • Folder: 80, Rudkin, Henry A. Jr.: Notes, undated
  • Folder: 81, Rudkin, Henry A. Jr.: "Report of Uranium expedition to S. E. Utah", by Kenneth Curtis, 1955
  • Folder: 82, Rudnick, Anthony: Clipping and notes, 1952
  • Folder: 83, Rudnick, Anthony: Correspondence, 1952-1953
  • Folder: 84, Sailer, A. P.: Correspondence, 1952
  • Folder: 85, Sammartino, Peter: Correspondence, 1953-1954
  • Folder: 86, Saratoga Springs, New York: Correspondence, 1950-1951
  • Folder: 87, Saratoga Springs, New York: Maps and notes, 1940
  • Folder: 88, Saratoga Springs, New York: Pamphlet: "Geochemical Data on Saratoga Mineral Waters - Applied In Deducing A New Theory of Their Origin", by Lester W. Strock, 1941-1944
  • Folder: 89, Sartain, C. M.: Article: "Does the Divining Rod Work?," by Merle E. Dowd; in "Science and Mechanics", April, 1951
  • Folder: 90, Sartain, C. M.: Article: "Uranium Moves Into "Big Time";" "U.S. News and World Report", September 17, 1954
  • Folder: 91, Sartain, C. M.: Correspondence, 1951-1954
  • Folder: 92, Saunders, Philip: Correspondence, 1951
  • Folder: 93, Sayles, Ralph T.: Correspondence, 1952-1953
  • Folder: 94, Scarlett, Bishop William: Clippings with notes, 1953
  • Folder: 95, Scarlett, Bishop William: Correspondence, 1953-1958
  • Folder: 96, Scarlett, Bishop William: Gross' report, 1953
  • Folder: 97, Schambs, Cyrus W.: Correspondence, 1955
  • Folder: 98, Schmidt, Carl M.: Correspondence, 1951-1952
  • Folder: 99, Schneider, George: Correspondence, 1951
  • Folder: 100, Schreyer, Theodore: Correspondence, 1951
  • Folder: 101, Schrock, Franklin: Correspondence, 1956-1957
  • Folder: 102, Schrock, Franklin: Maps, 1954
  • Folder: 103, Schrock, Franklin: Notes, undated
  • Folder: 104, Schwarz, Helen: Correspondence, 1957
  • Folder: 105, Schwarz, Helen: Gross' report, 1957
  • Folder: 106, Shaw, Margaret: Correspondence, 1951
  • Folder: 107, Shea, James W.: Correspondence, 1953
  • Folder: 108, Sherburne, Elizabeth: Correspondence, 1951-1952
  • Folder: 109, Shults, Isaac N.: Correspondence, 1951
  • Folder: 110, Sibley Farms, Spencer, Massachusetts: Correspondence, 1951
  • Folder: 111, Sibley Farms, Spencer, Massachusetts: Map, 1951
  • Folder: 112, Sidelinger, George G.: Correspondence, 1951-1952
  • Folder: 113, Silva, Clifford J.: Correspondence, 1952
  • Folder: 114, Simplex Wire and Cable Co.: Correspondence, 1953
  • Folder: 115, Simplex Wire and Cable Co.: Gross' report, 1953
  • Folder: 116, Simplex Wire and Cable Co.: Maps, 1953
  • Folder: 117, Sims, Joseph P.: Correspondence, 1951-1952
  • Folder: 118, Sinking Spring Water Co., West Lawn, Pennsylvania: Clipping and diagrams, 1956-1959
  • Folder: 119, Sinking Spring Water Co., West Lawn, Pennsylvania: Correspondence, 1951-1959
  • Folder: 120, Sinking Spring Water Co., West Lawn, Pennsylvania: Gross' report, 1956
  • Folder: 121, Smith, Dwight A.: Correspondence, 1954
  • Folder: 122, Smith, Eleanor H. (Mrs. Lawrence M. C.): Correspondence, 1951-1953
  • Folder: 123, Smith, Eleanor H. (Mrs. Lawrence M. C.): Gross' report, 1951
  • Folder: 124, Smith, Eleanor H. (Mrs. Lawrence M. C.): Map, 1951
  • Folder: 125, Snell, Dr. John R.: Correspondence, 1954
  • Folder: 126, Snyder, Catherine/Markland, Frances: Correspondence, 1951-1952
  • Folder: 127, Soule, George: Correspondence, 1951-1953
  • Folder: 128, Spinnler, G. E.: Clippings, 1951
  • Folder: 129, Spinnler, G. E.: Correspondence, 1951-1953
  • Folder: 130, Spinnler, G. E.: Gross' report, 1951
  • Folder: 131, Spinnler, G. E.: Notes, undated
  • Folder: 132, Spinnler, G. E.: Photographs, undated
  • Folder: 133, Spinnler, G. E.: Tear-sheets from Chapter 24 of "The Seventh Sense", undated
  • Folder: 134, Staehle, Dr. George E.: Correspondence, 1951
  • Folder: 135, Staehle, Dr. George E.: Map with photograph, 1950
  • Folder: 136, Stafford, Marie Peary: Correspondence, 1951
  • Folder: 137, Stafford, Marie Peary: Pictures of Eagle Island, Maine, and the Peary home, undated

Box: 26, Dates: 1948-1959

Water Unlimited: Cases

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  • Folder: 1, Stark, Edgar A.: Correspondence, 1952
  • Folder: 2, Stearns, Constance (Mrs. Charles B.): Correspondence, 1953
  • Folder: 3, Stearns, Constance (Mrs. Charles B.): Map, 1951
  • Folder: 4, Stetson, Harlan T.: Article: "Comments On Dowsing Prompted By Kenneth Roberts Henry Gross and His Dowsing Rod" and "The Seventh Sense", by Harlan T. Stetson; carbons, 1953
  • Folder: 5, Stetson, Harlan T.: Article: "Comments on Dowsing...," by Harlan T. Stetson; carbons showing Stetson's original work and Dr. J. B. Rhine's edited version, 1953
  • Folder: 6, Stetson, Harlan T.: Article: "Dowsing", by Harlan T. Stetson; carbon, undated
  • Folder: 7, Stetson, Harlan T.: Correspondence, 1951-1953
  • Folder: 8, Stetson, Harlan T.: Notes, undated
  • Folder: 9, Stetson, Harlan T.: Pamphlet: "Report of the Special Committee on Cosmic-Terrestrial Relationships for the Year Ending June 30, 1953", by Harlan T. Stetson, 1953
  • Folder: 10, Stewart, Helen (Mrs. Walter): Correspondence, 1951-1955
  • Folder: 11, Stewart, Helen (Mrs. Walter): Gross' report, 1951
  • Folder: 12, Stewart, Helen (Mrs. Walter): Itineraries, 1951
  • Folder: 13, Stillman, Charles: Gross' report and letter, 1957
  • Folder: 14, Stockwell, H. 0.: Clippings, 1953
  • Folder: 15, Stockwell, H. 0.: Correspondence, 1953-1954
  • Folder: 16, Stockwell, H. 0.: Map and photograph, undated
  • Folder: 17, Stone, Robert A.: Correspondence, 1951
  • Folder: 18, Stone, Robert A.: Map, undated
  • Folder: 19, Sugar Hill, N.H.: Correspondence, 1956
  • Folder: 20, Sugar Hill, N.H.: Gross' reports', 1956
  • Folder: 21, Sunholm, A. L.: Correspondence, 1951
  • Folder: 22, Sutton, Walter: Correspondence, 1953-1957
  • Folder: 23, Sutton, Walter: Maps, 1948-1953
  • Folder: 24, Sutton, Walter: Notes, undated
  • Folder: 25, Sylvania Electric Co.: Clippings, 1951-1953
  • Folder: 26, Sylvania Electric Co.: Correspondence, 1951-1956
  • Folder: 27, Sylvania Electric Co.: Notes, undated
  • Folder: 28, Sylvania Electric Co.: Pamphlet: "The Scope", published by Sylvania Electronics Division, April, 1956
  • Folder: 29, Sylvania Electric Co.: Photographs, undated
  • Folder: 30, Sylvania Electric Co.: Tear-sheets from Chapter 22 of "The Seventh Sense", undated
  • Folder: 31, Sylvania Electric Co.: Well logs, 1951
  • Folder: 32, Sylvester, Albert L.: Correspondence, 1951-1953
  • Folder: 33, Sylvester, Albert L.: Gross' report, 1951
  • Folder: 34, Tarpon Springs, Florida: Correspondence, 1951
  • Folder: 35, Tarpon Springs, Florida: Map, 1927
  • Folder: 36, Thayer, William G., Jr.: Correspondence, 1951-1952
  • Folder: 37, Thoennes, Paul, Jr.: Correspondence, 1953-1954
  • Folder: 38, Thomas, Wayne: Correspondence, 1951
  • Folder: 39, Thompson, K. S. (Mrs. Lovell): Correspondence, 1951
  • Folder: 40, Thompson, Ross E.: Correspondence, 1951
  • Folder: 41, Thompson, Ross E.: Map, 1948
  • Folder: 42, Thurrell, Robert F.: Correspondence, 1951-1952
  • Folder: 43, Tikal, Guatemala: Correspondence, 1957
  • Folder: 44, Tikal, Guatemala: Gross' reports, 1957
  • Folder: 45, Tikal, Guatemala: Maps and photographs, undated
  • Folder: 46, Tikal, Guatemala: Notes, undated
  • Folder: 47, Tikal, Guatemala: Pamphlet: "Antropologia e Historia De Guatemala", by the Ministerio De Educacion Publica, 1951
  • Folder: 48, Tikal, Guatemala: Pamphlet: "Tikal", by the University Museum Bulletin, University of Pennsylvania; December, 1956
  • Folder: 49, Torrey, Thomas F.: Clippings, 1951
  • Folder: 50, Torrey, Thomas F.: Correspondence, 1951-1953
  • Folder: 51, Trapp, Maria Augusta: Correspondence, 1953-1956
  • Folder: 52, Trapp, Maria Augusta: Pamphlet: "The Trapp Family Book and Gift Shop", undated
  • Folder: 53, Triau, Marcel: Clipping and testimonial, 1951
  • Folder: 54, Triau, Marcel: Correspondence, 1951
  • Folder: 55, Tucker, H. M.: Correspondence, 1953-1957
  • Folder: 56, Tyler Hill Camp, Tyler, Pennsylvania: Correspondence, 1956
  • Folder: 57, Tyler Hill Camp, Tyler, Pennsylvania: Gross' report, 1956
  • Folder: 58, Unz, Rodney O.: Correspondence, 1953
  • Folder: 59, Valory, Mark: Correspondence, 1954-1956
  • Folder: 60, Van Alen, W. L.: Article: "A,Mighty"" King's Paneled Tomb", by James Whitmore; in "Life", undated
  • Folder: 61, Van Alen, W. L.: Correspondence, 1955-1957
  • Folder: 62, Van Alen, W. L.: Gross' report, 1955
  • Folder: 63, Van Alen, W. L.: Maps and notes, 1955
  • Folder: 64, Van Alen, W. L.: Pamphlet: ."Tikal", by the University Museum, University of Pennsylvania; December, 1956
  • Folder: 65, Van Alen, W. L.: Photographs, undated
  • Folder: 66, Vanderbilt, William H.: Correspondence, 1956
  • Folder: 67, Van Deusen, Mary (Mrs. Courtland): Correspondence, 1951-1953
  • Folder: 68, Van Deusen, Mary (Mrs. Courtland): Photographs, undated
  • Folder: 69, Van Tienhoven, Dr. A.: Article: "Do You Have A Stallwalker?," by Kent Cochran in "The Thoroughbred of California", October, 1951
  • Folder: 70, Vasilov, Wasil W.: Correspondence, 1954
  • Folder: 71, Vasilov, Wasil W.: Notes with sketch, 1954
  • Folder: 72, Verrill, Robinson: Correspondence, 1953
  • Folder: 73, Vichert, Fred W.: Correspondence, 1954
  • Folder: 74, Vogel, Augustus H.: Correspondence, 1951-1953
  • Folder: 75, Vogt, Evon Z.: Article: "How Water Witching Works", by Evon Z. Vogt and Ray Hyman; in "Consulting Engineer", May, 1959
  • Folder: 76, Vogt, Evon Z.: Article: "The "Magic" In Witching"; in "Newsweek", May 4, 1959
  • Folder: 77, Vogt, Evon Z.: Correspondence, 1959
  • Folder: 78, Vogt, Evon Z.: Pamphlet: "Water Witching: An Interpretation of a Ritual Pattern in a ""Rural American Community", by Evon Z. Vogt; reprinted from "Scientific "Monthly, September, 1952
  • Folder: 79, Voskamp, John A.: Correspondence, 1952
  • Folder: 80, Voskamp, John A.: Maps, 1935-1952
  • Folder: 81, Wageman, C. J.: Correspondence, 1951
  • Folder: 82, Walker, Elliott: Correspondence, 1951-1952
  • Folder: 83, Wallis, Robert N.: Correspondence, 1954-1956
  • Folder: 84, Wallis, Robert N.: Gross' report, 1954
  • Folder: 85, Wayside Gardens, Mentor, Ohio: Article: "A Helluva Shortage of Engineers", by Lawrence P. Lessing; in "Fortune", September, 1951
  • Folder: 86, Wayside Gardens, Mentor, Ohio: Article: "Million $ Witchery", by Bob Duncan; in "American Heritage", Fall, 1951
  • Folder: 87, Wayside Gardens, Mentor, Ohio: Article: "Profits At Wayside Gardens", author unidentified; in "Fortune", September, 1951
  • Folder: 88, Wayside Gardens, Mentor, Ohio: Clippings with notes, 1953-1955
  • Folder: 89, Wayside Gardens, Mentor, Ohio: Correspondence, 1951-1952
  • Folder: 90, Wayside Gardens, Mentor, Ohio: Correspondence, 1953-1954
  • Folder: 91, Wayside Gardens, Mentor, Ohio: Correspondence, 1955-1957
  • Folder: 92, Wayside Gardens, Mentor, Ohio: Gross' report, 1956
  • Folder: 93, Wayside Gardens, Mentor, Ohio: Maps, undated
  • Folder: 94, Wayside Gardens, Mentor, Ohio: Note and photographs, undated
  • Folder: 95, Wayside Gardens, Mentor, Ohio: Pamphlet: "Blueberries in the Home Garden", by John C. Cain and G. L. Slate; Cornell University, 1955
  • Folder: 96, Wayside Gardens, Mentor, Ohio: Tear-sheets from Chapter 20 of "The Seventh Sense", undated
  • Folder: 97, Webster, Lewis A./Cummings Estate: Correspondence, 1951-1952
  • Folder: 98, Webster, Lewis A./Cummings Estate: Tear-sheets from Chapter 16 of "The Seventh Sense", undated
  • Folder: 99, Welch, H. W.: Correspondence, 1951
  • Folder: 100, Wellman, Sargent H.: Correspondence, 1951
  • Folder: 101, Wellman, Sargent H.: Tear-sheets from Chapter 16 of "The Seventh Sense", undated
  • Folder: 102, West Indies Sugar Corp.: Correspondence, 1951
  • Folder: 103, Wheelan, Kate: Correspondence, 1955-1956
  • Folder: 104, Wheelan, Kate: Gross' reports, 1955
  • Folder: 105, Wheelan, Kate: Map and notes, undated
  • Folder: 106, Wheeler, Dr. Morton: Correspondence, 1951-1953
  • Folder: 107, Wheeler, Dr. Morton: Tear-sheets from Chapter 14 of "The Seventh Sense", undated
  • Folder: 108, Whitcomb Summit Co., Inc.: Correspondence, 1954
  • Folder: 109, White, Harold P.: Correspondence, 1953
  • Folder: 110, White, Harold P.: Gross' report, 1953
  • Folder: 111, White, Lewis H.: Correspondence, 1956
  • Folder: 112, White, Lewis H.: Gross' report, 1956
  • Folder: 113, White, Thomas H.: Clipping and notes, undated
  • Folder: 114, White, Thomas H.: Correspondence, 1951-1952
  • Folder: 115, White, Thomas H.: Tear-sheets from Chapter 19 of "The Seventh Sense", undated
  • Folder: 116, Whitehouse, Brooks: Correspondence, 1951
  • Folder: 117, Whiteside, Hayden: Correspondence, 1953
  • Folder: 118, Whiteside, Hayden: Sketch, 1953
  • Folder: 119, Whiting Machine Works: Correspondence, 1951-1953
  • Folder: 120, Whiting Machine Works: Gross' report, 1951
  • Folder: 121, Whiting Machine Works: Notes, undated
  • Folder: 122, Whiting Machine Works: Photographs, undated
  • Folder: 123, Whiting Machine Works: Report of Gross' survey, by Eugene Banfield, Jr., 1951
  • Folder: 124, Wieland, George G.: Correspondence, 1951
  • Folder: 125, Wiess, R. C.: Clipping and excerpts of correspondence used in book, 1956
  • Folder: 126, Wiess, R. C.: Correspondence, 1956-1957

Box: 27, Dates: 1944-1958

Water Unlimited: Cases - Water Unlimited: Transcript

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  • Folder: 1, Wiess, R. C.: Maps, 1949
  • Folder: 2, Wiley, Raymond C.: Article: "Ray Willey, Bldg. 99, Claims Hobby Is Practical"; in "Schenectady Works News," December 5, 1952
  • Folder: 3, Wiley, Raymond C.: Correspondence, 1952-1957
  • Folder: 4, Wiley, Raymond C.: Maps, 1949-1952
  • Folder: 5, Williams, J. D.: Correspondence, 1951
  • Folder: 6, Williams, Robert D.: Correspondence, 1951
  • Folder: 7, Williamson, Isabel (Mrs. Clarence S.): Correspondence, 1953
  • Folder: 8, Wilson, Jack A.: Correspondence, 1951-1952
  • Folder: 9, Winn, Dr. H. N.: Correspondence, 1951
  • Folder: 10, Wise, Janet (Mrs. James A.): Correspondence, 1951-1952
  • Folder: 11, Withe, Stanley F.: Correspondence, 1951-1952
  • Folder: 12, Wolf, Chris/Siebert, Marcia: Clippings and notes, 1952-1954
  • Folder: 13, Wolf, Chris/Siebert, Marcia: Correspondence, 1951
  • Folder: 14, Woodhouse, James M., Jr.: Correspondence, 1955-1956
  • Folder: 15, Woolley, Charles H.: Correspondence, 1951
  • Folder: 16, Woolley, Charles H.: Map, 1944
  • Folder: 17, Wulsin, Lucien: Correspondence, 1954
  • Folder: 18, Yacktman, Victor: Correspondence, 1956-1957
  • Folder: 19, Yacktman, Victor: Proposals and specifications for a well, undated
  • Folder: 20, Yacktman, Victor: Reports by Gross and Roberts, 1956
  • Folder: 21, Young, Philip: Correspondence, 1951
  • Folder: 22, Clippings, 1951-1957
  • Folder: 23, Excerpts from "Listener's Lure," by E. V. Lucas, re: dowsing, 1916
  • Folder: 24, Henry Gross: Correspondence, 1948-1949
  • Folder: 25, Inquiries about map dowsing: Correspondence: A-G, 1957
  • Folder: 26, Inquiries about map dowsing: Correspondence: H-N, 1957
  • Folder: 27, Inquiries about map dowsing: Correspondence: O-Z, 1957
  • Folder: 28, Inquiries about map dowsing: Correspondence, 1958
  • Folder: 29, Inquiries about map dowsing: Correspondence, 1959-1960
  • Folder: 30, Miscellaneous Correspondence, 1917-1948
  • Folder: 31, Miscellaneous Correspondence, 1951-1956
  • Folder: 32, Miscellaneous Correspondence, undated
  • Folder: 33, Miscellaneous general material, undated
  • Folder: 34, Miscellaneous maps, undated
  • Folder: 35, Newsletters, 1953
  • Folder: 36, Notes, undated
  • Folder: 37, Pamphlet: "Mystery of Water Witching Solved", by Edward T. White, undated
  • Folder: 38, Pamphlet: "Terreohmetric"" Science: Electric Surveys of Mineral Properties", by the American Mineral Deposits Tracing Co., undated
  • Folder: 39, Portions deleted from article on dowsing in "Horticulture Magazine", undated
  • Folder: 40, Records: Case books, circa 1953
  • Folder: 41, Records: Client contracts, 1951
  • Folder: 42, Records: Dowsing letters mailed, 1951-1953
  • Folder: 43, Records: Dowsing letters mailed, 1954-1956
  • Folder: 44, Records: Engagements and events calendars, 1951-1957
  • Folder: 45, Records: Henry Gross' itineraries, 1951-1956
  • Folder: 46, Records: List of dowsers, undated
  • Folder: 47, Records: List of maps dowsed, 1951
  • Folder: 48, Records: Receipts of income and expenses, 1951-1958
  • Folder: 49, Records: Work sheets, undatd
  • Folder: 50, Responses to "Woman's Day" readers: Copy of form letter, 1956
  • Folder: 51, Responses to "Woman's Day" readers: Correspondence: A-F, 1956
  • Folder: 52, Responses to "Woman's Day" readers: Correspondence: G-N, 1956
  • Folder: 53, Responses to "Woman's Day" readers: Correspondence: O-Z, 1956
  • Folder: 54, Speech: Kenneth Roberts, before a group in Biddeford, Maine; February 14, 1951
  • Folder: 55, Transcript of record speech, "A Dowser's First Million", by Kenneth Roberts before the New England Council of the Water Resources Committee, undated

Box: 28, Dates: 1932-1939

Special Correspondents: Booth Tarkington

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  • Folder: 1, Special Correspondents: Booth Tarkington: Correspondence, 1932-1935
  • Folder: 2, Special Correspondents: Booth Tarkington: Correspondence, 1936-1937
  • Folder: 3, Special Correspondents: Booth Tarkington: Correspondence, 1938-1939

Box: 29, Dates: 1929-1946

Special Correspondents: Booth Tarkington

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  • Folder: 1, Special Correspondents: Booth Tarkington: Correspondence, 1940-1941
  • Folder: 2, Special Correspondents: Booth Tarkington: Correspondence, 1942-1943
  • Folder: 3, Special Correspondents: Booth Tarkington: Correspondence, 1944-1946
  • Folder: 4, Special Correspondents: Booth Tarkington: Correspondence, undated
  • Folder: 5, Special Correspondents: Booth Tarkington: Letters from Susannah Tarkington, 1929-1930
  • Folder: 6, Special Correspondents: Booth Tarkington: Letters from Susannah Tarkington, undated
  • Folder: 7, Special Correspondents: Booth Tarkington: Miscellaneous, undated
  • Folder: 8, Special Correspondents: Booth Tarkington: Phi Beta Kappa joke; key and speech, undated

Box: 30, Dates: undated

"Rabble in Arms"

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  • Folder: 1, "Rabble in Arms": Printer's manuscript, Vol. I, bound, undated
  • Folder: 2, "Rabble in Arms": Printer's manuscript, Vol. II, bound, undated
  • Folder: 3, "Rabble in Arms": Revised original, Vol. I, bound, undated

Box: 31, Dates: undated

"Rabble in Arms"

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  • Folder: 1, "Rabble in Arms": Revised original, Vol. II, bound, undated
  • Folder: 2, "Rabble in Arms": Revised original, Vol. III, bound, undated
  • Folder: 3, "Rabble in Arms": Revised original, Vol. IV, bound, undated

Box: 32, Dates: 1936-1947

Diaries

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  • Folder: 1, National Diary, 1936
  • Folder: 2, National Diary, 1937
  • Folder: 3, National Diary, 1938
  • Folder: 4, National Diary, 1939
  • Folder: 5, National Diary, 1940
  • Folder: 6, National Diary, 1941
  • Folder: 7, National Diary, 1942
  • Folder: 8, National Diary, 1943
  • Folder: 9, Daily Reminder, 1944
  • Folder: 10, Daily Reminder, 1945
  • Folder: 11, Daily Reminder, 1946
  • Folder: 12, Daily Reminder, 1947

Box: 33, Dates: 1948-1957

Diaries

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  • Folder: 1, Daily Reminder, 1948
  • Folder: 2, Daily Reminder, 1949
  • Folder: 3, Daily Reminder, 1950
  • Folder: 4, Daily Reminder, 1951
  • Folder: 5, Daily Reminder, 1952
  • Folder: 6, Daily Reminder, 1953
  • Folder: 7, Daily Reminder, 1954
  • Folder: 8, Daily Reminder, 1955
  • Folder: 9, Daily Reminder, 1956
  • Folder: 10, Daily Reminder, 1957

Box: 34, Dates: 1909-1958

Miscellaneous

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  • Folder: 1, Articles about Kenneth Roberts, 1941-1985
  • Folder: 2, Map: Topographical map of Mt. Washington, NH with annotations, undated
  • Folder: 3, Map: The Bermuda Island with annotations, undated
  • Folder: 4, "A Return of the killed, wounded and missing in the action of the 11th 1777 near Brandywine Creek," photocopy, undated
  • Folder: 5, Christmas cards from the Roberts', circa 1936
  • Folder: 6, Certificate for being a volunteer to fix the Old North Church steeple, 1954
  • Folder: 7, Deed for Frank L. Roberts, 1909
  • Folder: 8, Audiograph: "Rabble in Arms," read by Kenneth Roberts, undated
  • Folder: 9, "Upon Looking Into Robert's 'Oliver Wiswell'" by Augustus Loring Richards, photocopy, undated
  • Folder: 10, Book Jackets: "Rabble in Arms" and "Northwest Passage" with handwritten bibliography for "Rabble in Arms", undated
  • Folder: 11, Notebook with manuscript "Gallic War", undated
  • Folder: 12, Expense Book, 1912-1913
  • Folder: 13, Expense Book, 1914-1915
  • Folder: 14, Expense Book, 1916-1917
  • Folder: 15, Expense Book, 1918-1919
  • Folder: 16, Family Expense Book, 1922
  • Folder: 17, Ledger with financials, 1929-1953
  • Folder: 18, Marriage License for Frank L. Roberts and Grace H. Tibbetts, 1884, photocopy, 1987
  • Folder: 19, Article: The Saturday Evening Post and the 'Mexican Invasion'" by Raymond A. Mohl, photocopy, 1973
  • Folder: 20, "The Widower," 1905, Roberts as editor-in-chief, photocopy, undated
  • Folder: 21, "Cornell Deadly Sun," newspaper, 1906, photocopy, undated
  • Folder: 22, "Speech by Red Jacket to a missionary" manuscript, undated
  • Folder: 23, Correspondence: Letter to Mr. Brigham, photocopy, 1940
  • Folder: 24, Correspondence: Carl Carmer, 1936-1937
  • Folder: 25, Correspondence: Harold Braun re. development and acquisition of land, 1942-1953
  • Folder: 26, Correspondence: John F. Royal, 1939-1951
  • Folder: 27, Clippings, circa 1937-1958
  • Folder: 28, Miscellaneous, undated

Box: 35, Dates: 1933-1949

Correspondence and Writings

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  • Folder: 1, Correspondence, 1933-1945
  • Folder: 2, Correspondence, 1948-1949
  • Folder: 3, Writings: "An Interview with Mussolini," "Horst Wessel Lied" with English translation; "Peaceable Talk", undated
  • Folder: 4, Ephemera, undated

Box: 36, Dates: 1920s-1930s

Oversize: Scrapbooks: J. Sanger Attwill correspondence in 2 volumes, Peon Corporation of America in one volume; Maps: A topographical map of NH and Vermont; An Accurate Map of North and South Carolina, with Their Indian Frontiers, from surveys by Henry Mouzon and others; 1777; An Accurate Map of the State and Province of New Hampshire in New England, from surveys by Col. Blanchard and Rev. Langdon; undated; Bartholomew's General War Map of Europe and the Mediterranean; 1919-1920; Bartholomew's Political Map of the New Europe; 1920-1921; Boon Island, Nottingham Galley, by Kenneth Roberts; 1953-1955; Derna To Mersa Matruh; 1862, reprinted 1923; Insulae Acores;1 665; Island of Bahamas; undated; Le Coste Di Barbaria, by Antonio Zatta e Figh; 1784; A Map of the British Empire in North America, by Samuel Dunn; 1776; Mediterranean Sea; 1935; A New and Accurate Map of the Western Parts of Barbary, by Emanuel Bowen; undated; Plan of the City of New York, by C. Tiebout, Sculptor; 1789; Plan of the City of New York in North America, surveyed 1766 and 1767, published 1776; A Plan of the Town of Boston, with Intrenchments of His Majesty's Forces in 1775, surveyed by Lt. Page and others; 1777; Portsmouth To Dover and Exeter, surveys of 1898-1913; Rocky Pasture Farm; 1940-1944; Drawings: Dahl Cartoon; Semicircular black and white sketch of family names; Sketches of Russian scenes (3, colored); Sketch of Booth Tarkington; Book Illustrations: Book jacket for "Water Unlimited on tracing paper and water color; sketch of Canadian area lacking water, Paradise Farms in the Philippines, property of Applied Physics Laboratory in Silver Springs, Maryland, Tikal, Guatemala archeological site, View Hulloa Farm in King City, Ontario; Engravings: Currier and Ives prints "Little Charlie," "The Parson's Colt," "Sunnyside-on- Hudson," framed prints of Fleet Prison, London, Great Falls, Somersworth, NH, Greenough print of "Kish-Ke-Kosh, A Fox Brave," "Wa-Na-Ta, Grand Chief of the Sioux," Miscellaneous: Glossy ad with photo of Roberts at his desk, Holograph note on wrapping paper, with typescript, Oversize book pages entitled "Deylanden Der Canibales," and "Egypten," Saturday Evening Post reprint of Roberts' "Down-East Ambrosia" in Norman Rockwell cover, LP Record: "Bond in Books" Part 1 and 2 by Ken Roberts cut Jan.5, 1956

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Box: 37, Dates: undated

Galley Proofs of "Rabble in Arms"

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Box: 38, Dates: undated

Galley Proofs of "Rabble in Arms"

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Box: 39, Dates: undated

Galley Proofs of "Rabble in Arms"

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Box: 40, Dates: 1940s-1950s

Portfolio: Crayon sketch of Kenneth Roberts; Gravestone-shaped family trees (3); Boon Island, 1710-1711, by Kenneth Roberts; undated; A Chart of the Travels of Richard Nason in the War of Impressment 1812-1815, by Mildred G. Burrage; undated; Hand drawn map of Derna, by Kenneth Roberts for "Lydia Bailey"; The Geffrard Map of the Island of Haiti, 1861; Map of Bermuda; 1946; Map of Tripoli for "Lydia Bailey"; 1945; Map Dowsing Survey by Evelyn Penrose; 1950; Plan of Baldwin Farm, Woburn, Mass.; 1913

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Box: 41, Dates: undated

Maps and diagrams of Lake Champlain used in "Rabble in Arms"

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Box: 42, Dates: undated

"Lydia Bailey" Advertising poster with one page from original manuscript

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Box: 43, Dates: 1934-1951

Diplomas: Honorary Doctor of Literature degrees from Dartmouth College (1934), Colby College (1935), Middlebury College and Bowdoin (1938) and Northeastern University (1945); Certificates: United State Naval Institute Associate Member (1948), Council of the American Geographical Society, Fellow (1945), Florida Southern College Sponsorship for establishment of the Department of American Culture with correspondence (1951)

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Box: 44, Dates: 1929-1931

Correspondence Books: "Arundel":William S. Abbott; Eustace H. Adams; May B. Ayres; Randolph G. Aikens; Machlin B.; Henry Baldwin; E. Ross Bartley; Robert B. Beith; Lillian Draper Buck; Sarah B. Carruthers; Clinton W. Carvell; Harriet B. Coe; Robert Choate; Bertha A. Colburn; Rush Comte-Sturm; Page Cooper; Bartlett Cormack; Arnold Cortesi; John C. Dawson; F.G. Dexter; Doubleday, Doran and Company (H.E. Maule); Russell Doubleday; George Leon Eaton; Harry E. Erskine; John D. Fleming; Florida-Quebec Motor Trail ( K. Foster); John Smith Fogg; Allen French; Marvin Cob Fuller; William Tudor Gardiner; Susan Young Gates; Hugh Gibson; Chauncy S. Goodrich; R.E. Gould; Ernest Gruening; Clarence Hale; Robert Hale; Annie Dodge G. Haushalter; C.T. Harrington; E.T. Hartman; F.C. Henry; Ted. F. Higgins; W. Gerald Holmes; William J. Honack; Ridgely Hunt; Morgan Huntoon; Eva H. Jaffee; Margaret Jardines; Harley Joslin; Walter Gardner Kendall; Mollie Brock Kenney; Dan Longwell;Charles G. Lowes; Ruby E. Lowe; Edward Edson Lu; Ruth Mallard; Edith W. Mank; Frank D. Marshall; G.E. Marquis; Bentley McMullin; G. Mellville; Mary B. Merrill; E. Ming; Henry Bedinger Mitchell; Carl E. Moran; A.C. Muller; The New Yorker; Eva Pratt Owen; Henry Parsons; Florence A. Paul; M.C. Priest; H.Y. Potts; G. Bishop Pulsifer; J.A. Randall; F.A. Rice; Laural Richards; Mary Roberts Rinehart; James Oscar Ritchey; J. Clifford Ronan; Irving W. Sargent; Saturday Evening Post; Hetty D. Scofield; Minnette Butler Seavey; H.W. Sherwin; Mae E. Smith; George Otis Smith; Langdon T. Snipe; Frances Sortwell; James Spalding; Edwin R. Sparrow; Hilbert S. Stadler; Robert S. Steinert; W.K. Stewart; John D. Swain; Howard H. Thomas; Knute F. Turnquist; C.J. Walker; Gordon S. Wallace; Ben Ames Williams; Margaret Weland; F.A. Winslow; Harry R. Wilson; Alfred Adams Young

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Box: 45, Dates: 1934-1935

Correspondence Books: "Captain Caution": George Ade; Everett J. Allen; Frank D. Allen; Paul Allen; Winthrop Ames; Mason H. Arnold;The Atlantic Monthly; Ivan von Auw, Jr.; Burns M. Barker; William Rose Benet; Saralee Bodge; Thomas Shaw Bosworth; Brandt & Brandt; Carl Brandt; Alma Florence Briggs; Irene J.R. Bromley; Curtis Brown, Ltd. (L.E. Pollinger); Charles C. Bubb; Thomas Burrage; E.J. Burke; Struthers Burt; Portia Burt; Sarah Buxton; Walter W. Camp; Henry S. Canby; Margaret L. Carr; Sonia K. Chapter; Dorothy Cleaveland; Kreigh Collins; James B. Connolly; Eric Cutler; George F. Dale; Arthur W. Dean; Frank C. Dodd; Dodd Mead and Company (Robert I. Center); Doubleday, Doran and Company (Clara Claasen); Russell Doubleday; Hamlin Earland; William W. Ellsworth; Edward Faust; J.T. Fetch Jr.; Dorothy Canfield Fisher; C.T. Flower;Forbes (Harwood F. Merrill); Maude D. French; Elizabeth Frey; The Gates Press (Owen A. Wilcox); William Gillette; Ellen Glasgow; H.A Gosnell; R.E. Gould; A.L. Grammer; Robert Grant; Jackson Gregory; Charles Edwin Gurney; S.F. Haglund; W.A. Hamor; Harper & Brothers (Eugene F. Saxton); Edwin B. Hill; F.E. Hoffman; Benjamin P. Holbrock; Ernest Martin Hopkins; Robert Hughes; Alan T. Hunt; Veronica Hutchinson; T.R. Hyde; Ernest L. Ives; John G. Kidd; J. Louis Kuethe; Allen Lane; George E. Lawrence; Edwin Lefevre; W. Colton Leigh; Little Brown & Company (Alfred R. McIntyre); Robert Luccock; O.J. Magee; Frank Jewett Mather, Jr.; Roy C. McHenry; W.F. McKenney; Harwood F. Merrill; George Moses; Victor H. Palsits; Will Payne; Isaac A. Pennypacker; Arthur S. Pier; Eunice Rose Perkins; William Lyon Phelps; S.H.P. Pell; Frederick B. Richards; Lillian F. Robins; Charles G.D. Roberts; D. K. Roberts; John F. Royal; "Saturday Evening Post"; Curt G. Segeler; Henry A. Scheel; E.G. Schell; Frank Sheridan; W. E. Shutterworth; P.A. Smith; Paul Staniford; Julian Street; W.H. Stone; W.H. Stowe; Theresa C. Stuart; John M. Taylor; Ann Thayer; A.E. Thomas; Charles Willis Thompson; Robert W. G. Vail; Ruby Vail; Grace D. Vanamee; Charles Warren; G.S. Webb; Herbert F. West; Stuart Edward White; Wallace H. White; W.A. White; Wallace H. Whitey; Thornton Wilder;Casey A. Wood;

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Box: 46, Dates: 1937-1943

Correspondence Books: Carbons, Vol.1: Acme Sign Service; Randolph Adams; Literary Agents; Allis Chalmers; America; American First Committee; American Academy of Arts and Letters re. loaning manuscripts to them; American Antiquarian Society; American Kennel Club, re. Taffy; Re. Anchovy Sauce; Angus & Robertson (Australia); Brook Anspach; Re. Benidict Arnold; Aquarium Stock Company; Associated Press, Boston; J. Sanger Attwill; Stanley B. Attwood; Re. Audubon Prints; Author's League re. "Captain Caution"; Autograph seekers; Oscar Badger; Re. Baffle; Herbert L. Baldwin; Howard Baldwin; Barclay's Bank (London); Re. Bass; P. Allen Beach; Re. L.L. Bean; Charles A. Beard; Richard A. Berenson; Romeyn Berry; Ralph Billings; Re. Birdsfoot Trefoil; Sam Blythe; C.K. Bolton; Alice D. Bond; Louis Boochever; Boston Herald (W.G. Gavin); Boston Public Library (Milton Lord); Bowdoin Alumnus; Ella S. Bowles; Julian P. Boyd; Harold Braun; Re. Brigs; British Society of Authors; Hamp Bryant; "Buddy," re. use of word during Revolution; Carl Burger; Garnet Burlingame; Bussey Pen Products Co.; Butterfield Bank of N.T. (Bermuda); Johnson Cactus Garden; Arthur Calder; Erskine Caldwell; Mildred Campbell; "Captain Caution," Hal Roach offer; Bennett Cerf, re. "Arundel" for Modern Library Series; Walter Channing; Sonia K. Chapter; Constance Charters; Re. Chase property; Robert B. Choate; Robert B, Choate, re. Alice Bond; Sister Choate; Re. Citizens Emergency Committee; Clara Claasen; William Bell Clark; "Colliers" (Max Wilkinson); W.A.R. Collins; Committee to Defend America; Gregory P. Connolly; List of foreign contracts; George H. Corey; Cornell, re. football songs Ken wrote; Thomas Costain; Frank I. Cowan; Wingate Cram; E.H. Crawford; Bing Crosby; Re. Robert Currier; Curtis Brown; Re. Dartmoor Prison records; Davey Tree Expert Company; Elrick B. Davis; Walter G. Davis; Charles Dawes; Nelson Doubleday; Re. Joy Dow; Henry Dreer, re. Order for plants; Re. ducks; Re. carved eagles; Dr. Harry East, re. Diet; Edwards and Walker; R.L. Eichelberger; Eli Lilly Company (Dr. Page); Re. use of term "Episcopal"; Essex Institute; Charles Ewing; Faber; Falmouth Publishing House (Portland); Fan Letters; Eliot Farley; Edward H. Faulkner; Re. Fences; Re. Fiddleheads; Re. Fish; Fish and Wildlife Service (Dept. of the Interior); Re. Fort Ticonderoga; Ernest Freeman; A.N. Frost (Seashore Company); Joseph Gainard; Lewis Gannett, re. OW; Re. Geese; Re. Arthur Gibbs; Re. Golf Balls; Re. "Goose tounges"; "; Re. Grease trap; Ferris, Greenslet; Re. Grinder; Gump's; Robert Hale; A.R. Hales; Geoffrey, re. Collins; David J. Harkness; Mrs. Walter Hartwig; Re. Hay; Frank Henry; Lem Hodgkins; Edward Holland; Re. Ernest Martin Hopkins; Re. Hot Buttered Rum; Rupert Hughes; Re. Income tax (Kenefick); Invitations; Hugh S. Johnson; Re. Major Johnson; Malcolm Johnson; Henry Jordan; Re. Kennebunkport; Isaiah Kelley; Fred C. Kelly; Kennebunk Ration Board; Mable Kent; Frank King; Eli Lawson; George E. Lawrence; Tobias Lear, re. handwriting; W.C. Leavitt; Betty Leh; Leonard Chilson; Jay Lewis; Library of Congress; Liquor on hand May 1st; Paul List; Lowe's Inc.; Sarah Lorimer; Ray Lovejoy; Maine Development Commission; Maine Library Association; Main Publicity Bureau; Harvard L Mann; "March to Quebec"; Adelaide Marquand, Lawrence Martin; Hirma Maxim; Seth McCormick, Carlton B. McCulloch; Re. McDonough Privateer; Alfred McIntyre; Paul V. McNutt; Merrimade Inc.; General Montgomery; Fred Moore; Re. Dick Mosser; Mussolini-Sarfatti-McClure story; Re. Jane Nason portrait; R.F. Nason; National Archive (P.M. Hammer); Navy Department Library; Adelaide Neall; Needlepoints; Leigh Nisbet; Re. "Northwest Passage"; Grace Lee Nute, re. Carver; Ober, Harold, re. Orson Wells; James Oliver, re. cooperatives; "Oliver Wiswell"; Re. Pageant; Paramount Studios; Re. Pastels; Abe Patterson; Re. Pebble Beach property; Felix Pereira; Nathan Perry; S.H.P. Pell; Pesenti; Gaston Pilon; Henry Pleasants; Verne Porter, Re. Pump; Re. Quiddy; Re. "Rabble in Arms"; Thomas Raddall; J. Hamden Robb; D. Kilham Roberts; Grace Roberts; Re. Rocky Pasture land; Re. Robert Rogers; Sherwood Rollins; Romanes & Paterson; Re. Franklin Rossevelt; H. Danforth Ross; John F. Royal; Harold G. Rugg; Rutgers University; Re. St. George Property; Re. St; Petersburg Bond and Mortgage Co.; Carl Schmidlap; Seashore Company; W.N. Seaver (M.I.T.); Secretary of the Interio, re. wild fowl; Sumner Sewall; Morris Shapiro; C.J. Shaw-Mackenzie; Shaw, Harold; Re. Ship models; Ruth Shipley; C.K. Shipton; Re. Workman's shirts; Re. Shoes; Re. Siberian Expeditionary papers; C.L. Sibley (Duck & Geese); Re. Silverman portraits; Luis Sillcox; Re. Skunk Cabbage; Edson Smith; E. Wilder Spaulding; State Street Trust Co. ;Woodbury Stevens; Rex Stout; Wes Stout; Julian Street; Re. Talleyrand marker in Sanford; Booth Tarkington; Re. D. Thoreau; "Time "Magazine; Mrs. Richmond Towne; Re. Tractor; Re. Traps; Re. Trees; Re. Trench coats; Re. "Trending Into Maine"; Traveler's Insurance Co.; Treasury Department; Re. Tripoli; University of Vermont; Unfriendly letters; University of Michigan; R.W.G. Vail; San VanAlen; Stephen Vanderveer; Dorothy Vaughan; Veterans Administration, re. Richmond Towne; Re. Willard's "Fighting Years"; Nutting Wallace; David I. Walsh; Christopher L. Ward; Elmer; Dale Warren; Arthur J. Wellington; Re. Welsh terrier Taffy; Wallace H. White; Vic Whitman; C. Richard Whittemore; "WhY I Hate to Talk About the War"; Max Wilkinson; Ben Williams; Wine Advisory Board; Audrey Wood, re. Marching Herds; Grant Wood; Writer's War Board; Re. Rules for writing; Yale professor; Re. Yarn for afghan

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Box: 47, Dates: 1943-1946

Correspondence Books: Carbons, Vol. 1 A: Carl W. Ackerman; Acme Sign Service, re. plate for Phoebe; Hervey Allen; American Antiquarian Society; American Legion; American Library in Paris; American Museum of Natural History; Brooke Anspach; Re. Benedict Arnold; Elliot Arnold; Arrow Upholstery Company; Re. "Arundel"; J. Sanger Atwill; Stanley Attwood; "Augusta," re. Gus; Herbert Baldwin; Author's League of America; Howard Baldwin; William Bancroft; Bank of N.T. Butterfield (Bermuda); Barclay's Bank Ltd.; Lee Barker; Barker Custom Shirt Company; E. Ross Bartley; John Baxter; Min Beaton; John Beecroft; Henry Benoit; Richard Berenson; Bermuda (Counsul); Romeyn Berry; Alister Bevin; Ralph E. Billings; James R. Bingham; Douglas Black; Alton H. Blackington; Charles K. Bolton; Alice D. Bond; Edward T. Booth; Boston Boot Makers; Boston Public Library; Brackett & Shaw; E.N. Brandt; Joseph I. Breen; Bill Brennan; M.V. Brewington; Ralph O. Brewster; Bridge Construction Company; Clarence S. Brigham; Re. Bronze letters; Jesse H. Buffum; Joe Burrows; Frank Buxton; Homer Byington. Mildred Campbell; Carolina Black Bass Hatchery; Hugh Casey; Re. Cement mixer; Re. Censorship; Donald C Chandler (The Oliver Store); Frank Chase; Re. Cheese; Re. Chess set; Re. Haddie Chicken; Chinese Treasure Center; Robert B. Choate; Sister Choate; Judith Churchill; Clara Claasen; Cyril Clemens; George & Lulu Clarke; Howard Clute; Joseph Cole; F.B. Collins; W.A.R. Collins; Sam Conner; Gregory Connelly; Re. Cooks; Estha Cosgrove; T.B. Costain; Cotton, re. Jap; Frank I. Cowan; John H. Craige; Wingate Cram; Cranks; Crows & Owles, re. Crow poison recipe; Merle Crowell; Bill Cunningham; Curtis Brown, Ltd.; Re. Cypress; Re. DDT; Laurence Dame; Frederick Damon; Walter Davis; Bernhard de Voto; Arthur K Dearborn Insurance Co.; Re. Deep-freezer (Al Martinez); Department of State; Mrs. William Dexter; Re. Double-crosstics; Nelson Doubleday; Joy Dow; Coert du Bois; Re. Ducks; Edwards & Walker; Robert Eichelberger; Roy D. Everson (Farmers Guide) ; Charles Ewing; Faber & Co.; Fairbanks Morse Co.; Fan letters; Edward H. Faulkner, Franklin Fisher (National Geographic); Mrs. Ralph Flanders re. ballads; Re. Flint-lock rifles; Re. Fly-catchers; William Folswartshny re. guns; Football, re. quotations; Peter Forsham; Donald Forte; Orville Forte; Ernest J. Freeman; French-English Dictionary; Fu-Dogs (Ch'i-lin); Charles E. Funk; Funk & Wagnalls Co.; John Fulton; Charles W. Furlong; Game Warden (Henry Cross); Guy P. Gannett; Edward (Archie) Gardner; Re. Geigy Gesarol; S.E. Gemmer; B. Gerson & Co.; Arthur Gibbs; Edwin T. Gibson; George W. Glenn; Earl Godwin; Robert C. Gooch; Re. "Good Maine Food"; Goodspeed's Book Shop; Harold I. Goss; R.E. Gould; "Gourmet"; Jadviga; Re. Grapefruit; Re. Painting by Lous T. Graves; Re. Great Works; Ferris Greenslet; Re. Wrought iron grill; A.L. Gump; John Gunther; Agnes Hale; Robert Hale; Richard Hallett; Gus Hanson, re. casting of Booth's head; T. Truxton Hare; William Harllee; Re. Harrows; Henry Stevens Son & Stiles; Will H. Hays; Frank Higgins; Re. Hinges; Edwin J. Hipkiss; Waldo C. Hodgdon; Ernest Hoftyzer, Edward Holland; Ernest M. Hopkins; Rupert Hughes; Herbert C. Hume; Re. Ice bucket; Incinerator (Kellogg Mann Corp.); International Mark Twain Society; Invitations; Re. Jari cutter; F.H. Johnson & Co., re. shad; Malcolm Johnson; Joint Committee on the National Capitol; Louis Joseph, re. mirror; Hugh M. Kahler; Ida Jean Kain; Isaiah Kelley; Kellogg Man Corp.; Kennebunk Ration Board; Re. "Kenneth Roberts Reader"; Mabel Kent; Frank King; Elizabeth Kingsley; Alfred Knopf; Mike Kwapiszewski; John O. LaGorce; Frank Lahey; Arthur Lambert (Breakwater Court); David Laurence; G.A. Lawrence Belfast Packing Co.; Samuel Levine; Jay Lewis; Library of Congres; Little, Brown & Co.; Roderick B. Littlefield; Warren Littlefield; Re."Lively Lady"; Burt Loescher; Dan Longwell; George Lord; Burford Lorimer; Laura Loudon; Raymond Lovejoy; Re. Loyalists; Re. Clare Luce; Eugene MacDonald; James MacDonald; Maine State Library; Cliff Maling; Harvard L. Mann; Re."March to Quebes"; Massachusetts Horticultural Society; M.I.T. Library; Edie McHutchison; Grace McHutchison; Alfred McIntyre; Helen McIntyre; Samuel Mendum; Percy Merrill; Re. Metallic tractors; Herbert Middleton; Military Historical Society; Re. plaque for Frank Miller; Marjorie Mills; Stewart L. Mims; Re. Minutemen and militia; Robert Monroe; Montgomery Ward; Carl Moor; Elizabeth Moore; Robert H. Morris; Dick Mosser; Dorothy Mosser; Virginia Mosser; Motion Pictures; William Mullens; Sally Nash, re. "Northwest Passage"; Leonard Nason; R.F. Nason; Stephen Nason; Vice Consul of Nassau; National Geographic Magazine; Adelaide Neall; Winfred Nerney; New England Quarterly; New Jersey Agricultural Experiment Station, re. lime on asparagus beds; John C. Newberry, re. double crosstics; Guy Newcomb, re. pearls; New York Society Library; Nicolson's Tweeds; Leigh Nisbet; Re. " Normal Soil"; Northwestern University; Re. "Northwest Passage"; Nicholas Noyes; Re. Numerology; Mary G. Nye; Re. Nylon tow rope; Re. Oak leaves; Harold Ober; Neal O'Hara; Re. "Oliver Wiswell"; Victor H. Paltsits; Re. Paprika; Katherine Pediconi; S.H.P. Pell; Frazier F. Peters; Re. Model of "Philadelphia": Gaston Pilon; Joe Plante; Henry J. Pleasants; Pocket Books, Inc.; Richard K. Polimer; Julian Pollak; Re. Porcupines; Re. Post cards; Robert H. Prall, re. fan letters; Re. Pulpwood; Re."Rabble in Arms"; Elsie Rackstraw; Railway Express Agency; "Readers Digest"; "Redbook"Magazine; Robert H. Reed (Country Gentleman); J.B. Rhine; Winder Ribbons & Sons; E.C. Ricker & Sons, re. harrows; Frederick Rimbach (Downes Lumber Co.); Roach & Craven; J.H. Robb; D. Kilham Robert; Grace T. Roberts; Kenneth Roberts; N.H. Roberts; Lillian F. Robins; Rocky Pastures; Charles Ross; Re. Roto-tiller; Royal Bank of Canada; John F. Royal; Royal Consulate of Sweden; Charles B. Rugg; Harold Rugg; Rutgers University; George Sailor; Re. Salmon; Sanford, Florida, re. lot; W.D. Saunders; Re. Scythe blades; John L. Senior; Harold Shaw; Ruth B. Shipley; Clifford K. Shipton, re. agricultural books; C.L. Sibley; Louise Sillcox; Edson B. Smith; Soil Conservation Service; E. Wilder Spaulding; Andrew Spina; Re. St. George Property; Moreau de St. Merty; State Liquor Commission; Philip Van Doren Stern; Stevens Arms Co.; Woodbury Stevens; T.G. Stewart; Rex Stout; Samuel Sturgis; J.S. Sturtevant; Summerfield Bros ("Sure Shot Killer"); Mason Sutherland; Swiss Colony; Booth Tarkington; Susannah Tarkington; Taylor Instrument Company, re. thermometers; Re. Repair of tennis courts; "The Boston Globe"; James M. Thomson; Willima Thomson, re. Arabic; Re. Tires; Re. Tomatoes; N.R. Trafton; "Transatlantic," re. "Bottle Collectors"; Travel and Expense Account; R. " Trending into Maine"; Betty Trotter; Robert Turner; Sophie K. Underwood; United China Relief Shop; U.S. Department of the Interior, re. "Propagation Report"; U.S. Gypsum Co. (Booker); U.S. Information Service (Philip Hodge); Universal Pictures Co.; University of Vermont; R.W.G. Vail; William van Allen; Steven Vanderveer; Re. Dorothy Vaughn; Vermont Agricultural Station, re. borax; Edward Vogeler; Jonathan Wainwright; Thomas Walker; Dale Warren; Ernest Warren; Re. Water-dowsing; Jay Weever; Re. Welsch terriers; Herbert F. West; J. Mattocks White; Wallace A. White; Max Wilkinson; Ben Williams; Floss Williams; Edmund Wilson; Re. Windmills; Junius Wood; Eugene J. Woods; Writer's Board; Yale Medical Library; Yale University Press; Carlton Yarnall; Re. Yuban Coffee

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Box: 48, Dates: 1946-1948

Correspondence Books: Carbons, Vol. 2: Abercrombie & Fitch; Re. Author's agents (Connie Hutchins); Walt Akerman, re. pumps; Charles E. Albury; Sterling & Lothrop Allen; American Antiquarian Society; American Museum of Natural History; American Society for Psychical Research; David Appel; Norman Armour; Re. Benedict Arnold; Elliott Arnold; "Arundal"; Re. Asparagus; Autograph seekers; Author's League; Alice Bailey, re. photos of Anna and Ken; Frank Bailey; J. Larkin Baldridge, re. Bermuda; Herbert Baldwin; Howard Baldwin; Bank of N.T. Butterfield & Son; Bill Bancroft; Barclays Bank Ltd. (London); Barker Custom Shirt Company; LeBaron Barker; Re. New part for barn door; Rule for barn stain; E. Ross Bartley; Re. Baseball tickets; F.N. Beardmore; Marie Becker (NY Historical Society); Lucius Beebe; Re. Beer; Alligator belts; Hugh H. Bennett; Richard Berenson; Bermuda; Romeyn Berry; Ralph Billings; Morris Bishop; Douglas Back; Alton H. Blackington; Stuart Blythe; Board of Pilotage, Nassau; Re. Bodley head; Alice D. Bond; Book dealers; Boorum & Pease Company; Leslie Boswell; Harold Bourne; Bracket & Shaw; E.N. Brandt; Bread slicer; William Brennan; M.V. Brewington; Stanley Bromley, re. blood pressure; Donald Bryant; Jesse Buffum; Re. Bulldozer blade; Bishop Burton; H.D. Butterfield; Re. Buzz saw; E. Scott Campbell; Jim Campbell; Canadian National; "Captain Caution"; Champlin's Encyclopedia for Young People, re. "Northwest Passage" end paper; Robert Chase; Re. Chicken wire; Robert Choate; Chi Psi Lodge; "Christina Register," re. "Lydia Bailey"; Harold Christie; R.B. Church, re. gold coins; Re. Cigars; Clara Claasen; William Bell Clark; Thomas Clarke; Re. Clay; Re. Clinton correspondence; Re. Clover; Joe Cole; W.A.R. Collins; Consolidated Industry; Contractor (Nassau); Contracts; Mrs. Herbert Corey; "Cornell Alumni News"; "Coronet" Magazine; Mrs. John O'Hara Cosgrave; "Country Gentleman" (Robert Reed); John H. Craige; Wingate Cram; Crate & Kennell Company; Mrs. Robert Curry; Curtis Brown Ltd. (London); Re. DDT; Re. "Dance Index"; Charles Dawes; Depositors Trust Co., re. Atkins lot; Bernard DeVoto; E.L. Dodds; Nelson Doubleday; Joy Dow; Coert DuBois; Gabriel Duguay; Alfred Dunhill, re. cigars; Editions De La Paix; Order for egg beater; Robert Eichelberger; Rudolph Elie; Josiah M. Erickson; Lord Essendon; Norris Eveleth; Fan Mail: Wilson, Dalbec, Shartle, Rice, Hemler, Ford, Hayman, Coffin, Dorr, Lewis, Arnold, Fitzgerald, Kehring, Thomas; Hill, Watson, Emery, Oswald, Buter, Hamer, Bascom, Sheridan, Flynt, Barnes, Gosnell, King, Hurley, McDermot, Barton, Gump, Ephlen; Fire Prevention League; Frank Firnschild; Sidney Fleisher; Re. "For Authors Only"; Re. "Forever Amber"; Orville Forte; Joe Fountain; Francis Edwards; French binders; Leo Friedlander; Charles Funk; Funk & Wagnalls Co.; M.A. Gibbons; Arthur Gibbs; Donald G. Glascoff; Re. Gold coins; Gold leaf; Re. "Good Maine Food"; Goodspeed's Book Shop; Walter Godwin; John Gould; "Gourmet"; Raymond Grant; Re. Grapefruit; Ferris Greenslet; Re. Guns; Re. Book on Haiti; Robert Hale; A.R. Hales, Hammacher Schlemmer; Handwriting analyst; R.M. Hammond; Re. Harrow cut-away; Ben Hibbs; Mrs. Edward Hickey; Edwin Hipkiss, re. gold coins; Paul Hollister; Sidney Hooper; Hot Buttered Rum; Rupert Hughes; Connie Hutchins; Earl Hutchinson (Dept. of Education); Ice trays; Invitations; Re. I.P.C.; Re. Jari-cutter; Johnny Appleseeds Inc., re. GMF bookplates; Malcolm Johnson; Oscar Johnson; Richard S. Jones; Hugh Kahler; Ida Jean Kain; Isaiah S. Kelley; Kennebunkport High School; "Kenneth Roberts Reader"; Dorothy Kilgallen. W.G.C. Kimball; Joe Kindig; Re. Ladder; John O. LaGorce; Commander Langton-Jones; George Lawrence; Frederick Leake; Re. Tobias Lear; Betty Leh; A.E. LePage; Levy's Hatchet Bay Plantation; Fulton Lewis; Jay Lewis; Library of Congress; Liberia Fornia, Bologna, Italy; Re. Lime on asparagus beds; Paul List; Re. Log cabins; Dan Longwell; Milton Lord; Burford Lorimer; Raymond Lovejoy; Frank Lowe; Mrs. Luques, re. Atkins land; "Lydia Bailey"; James MacDonald; Jack Mctaggart; Magazine of Sigma Chi"; Order for magnetic rack; Maine Publicity Bureau; Re. "March to Quebec"; John Marquand; Howard Martin; Lawrence Martin; John McAndrews; John McCaffery; Mrs. W.N. McCrillis; Rosita Forbes McGrath; Alfred McIntyre; Burr Miller; Stewart L. Mims; Herbert Mitler; Monsanto Chemical Co.; Colleen Moore; Elizabeth Moore; Moreau de St. Mery; Robert Morris; Jacob Mosser; Countess Hermynia Zur Muehlen; Re. Nason family tree; Stephen Nason; Nassau Aviation Company; National Institute of Arts and Letters; Naval Historical Foundation; Adelaide Neall; Allan Nevins; Hoffman Nickerson; Leigh Nisbet; "Northwest Passage"; Re. Nylon rope; Harold Ober; Re."Oliver Wiswell"; Oriental Rug Shop; Vrest Orton; Oster Manufacturing Company, re. dog clipper; Ottawa Manufacturing Company; Packard Motor Company; Paine Furniture Company; John Parsons; Harry T. Paxton; Re. Pebble Beach property; Katharine Pediconi; S.H.P. Pell; Arthur B. Perry; O.P.Peterson Co., re. samovar; Joseph N. Pew; Re. Philadelphia libraries; Kenneth Phillips; Millard Phillips; Photographers; Gaston Pilon, Joe Plante; Henry Pleasants; Re. Poultry wire; "Pulitzer Price Hair Pull"; Hale Pulifer, re. construction of Rocky Pastures; Re. Pumps; "Rabble in Arms"; RKO Pictures Inc.; Princess Sue Razumowska; George Rector; LeGrand Reed; Howell E. Rees; Rifles; D. Kilham Roberts; Mrs. Grace Roberts; Kenneth Roberts; W. Adolphe Roberts; Lillian Robins; Mrs. Rosina Robinson; Lord Rennell of Rodd; Rogers Peet Company; Re. Roget's Thesaurus; Pete Rollins; Edward C. Root; Royal Bank of Canada; Harold G. Rugg; George Rupp; Harry P. Sands; Sandford, Florida, re. property; "Saturday Evening Post"; Re. Sausage; Joseph Sayward; Hans Schulman; Adrian Scolton; Secretary of State, Maine; Re. Ship models; Ruth Shipley; Re. Shoes; Luise Sillcox; Edson B. Smith; Lawrence Smith; Society of Authors; Re. Socks; Re. Spinning rigs; S.S. Pierce Company; St. George property; Re. Station Wagon; Name of stenographer; Woodbury Stevens; T.G. Stewart; "Story" Magazine; Re. Strawberry plants; Julian Street; Stump remover; Samuel Sturgis; Milo Sutliff, re. RIA; Re. Table dining; Booth Tarkington; John Tebbel; Thank you notes; The Collector (autographs); Re. Thermos bottle; "The Week Magazine"; Lowell Thomas; James M. Thomson; Thoreau quotes; Three-way Grass Spray; Thunderbolt Company; Harold Tittman; Alonzo Towne; Trader Vic; Re. "Trending Into Maine"; Tudor Press; Re. Smoked turkey; Re. Typewriter; Robert A. Uihlein; University of New Hampshire (Yeager); University of Washington; Vacheron & Constantin; Re. Vacuum cleaner; R.W.G. Vail; Robert van Gelder; Dorothy Vaughan; Vello, suntan lotion; Mrs. Arthur Vernay; Viz, Inc.; Re. Water-Divining; Isaac Webber; Name of well driller; Paul White; Wallace White; Who's Who in America; Getty Willing; Ben Ames Williams; Duchess of Windsor; "Winged America"; Frederic Wood; James Wood; Roy C. Woods; James Worcester, re. writing

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Box: 49, Dates: 1948-1950

Correspondence Books: Carbons, Vol. 3: Re. Evangeline Adams; Randolph G. Adams; Sterling Allen & Lothrop; American Academy of Arts and Sciences; American Historical Review; American Legion; Brooke Anspach; Re. Ants; Me. Van Buren; David Appel; Descendent of Benedict Arnold; Elliot Arnold; "Arundel"; Re. Asparagus; J. Sanger Attwill; Re. Austin automobile; Authors Guild; Autograph seekers; F.O. Bailey, re. ship model case; Frank W. Bailey, re. ikon frames; Chester A. Baker; Herbert Baldwin; Howard Baldwin, William Bancroft; E. Ross Barley; Baugean prints; Barclay's Bank; A.P. Beach, re. "House of Stone"; Re. Bee-hive; Walter Benjamin; Richard Berenson; Bermuda; Romeyn Berry; Kennard Bigelow Co.; Morris, Bishop; Douglas Black; Joseph Blackburn; Stuart Blythe; Alice Bond; Albert Bonnier; Book shops; Charley Bowdoin; Bowdoin College, re. OW manuscript; E.N. Brandt; Marie Breazeale; Bill Brennan, re. loan; Horace Briggs; Bruce Brown; Re. Portrait of Elizabeth Brown; H. Addington, Bruce, re. ikons; Donald Bryant; Hamp Bryant; Thomas Burns, re. reduction in royalties; Re. "California" manuscript; Scott Campbell; Re. "Captain Caution"; Re. Catfish; Howard I. ; Chaplin Motor Co.; Re. Cheese; Chi Psi Fraternity; Charles Childs, re. Montressor; Robert Choate; Sister Choate; Harold Christie; Church Company; Clara Claasen; Stephen Cobb; Re. Cocomacaque; Colby College, re. "Lively Lady" manuscript; Joe Cole; W.A.R. Collins; Edward E. Colton; Re. Conch shells; Consolidated Industries; J. Reginald Conyers; Copley Frame Job; Cornell University, Savage Club, re. "Desk Book"; Wingate Cram; D. Marshall Crawford; Re. Cricket; James Crockett; Bill Cunningham; James M. Curley; Harry Curtis; U,S. Customs, re. Austin; Jay N. Darling; Dartmouth College, President Dickey; Charles G. Dawes; Bernard DeVoto; Depositors Trust Company; Re. Timothy Dexter; Re. Dictating machine; Re. Dogs; Nelson Doubleday; Joy Dow; Olin Downes; Drill; Maggie DuBois; Re. Cap Dudley; Donald S. Duncan; Robert Eichelberger; Re. Escutcheons; Martha Ewing-Newcome; Clifton Fadiman; Fan letters: Young, Hayes Wolstein, Bartlett, Sutton, Mitchell, Lord, Hight, Flint, Langdon, Lindquist, Southworth, Wentz, Schuman, Winslow, Jones, Clepper, Mill, Minot, Harrington, Trevor, Burton, Crawford, Garland, Hass, Ibbotson, Sprague, Whitehouse, Kaplan, Lingenfelter, Warfel, Perkins, Swanson, Plate, Woodward, Collins, Scharp, Waider, Newton, Kidd, Squires, Patton, Yenser, Giordano, Buckbinder, Minton, Sturgis, Skilton, Bowman, Jackson, Walker, Shaftel, Ostrander, White, Giordano, Sherwin, Reid, Hamm, Maris, Boyd, Chase, Porter, Cross, Bliven, Grant; Re. Farm equipment; Fertilizer for blueberries; Fire Prevention League; Re. Old flask; Re. Applicant for foreman at Rocky Pasture; Joe Fountain; Mortimer Frankel; Free Library of Philadelphia; Arthur Gibbs; Edmond Gibson; A.R. Glancy; Re. Cloudy glass; Re. "Good Maine Food" ; Walter Godwin; "Gourmet" Magazine; Raymond Grant; Re. Graphologists; Joe Green; Ferris Greenslet; Gilbert Grosvenor; Caroline Guild; Re. Guns; Emily Hahn; Robert Hale; Harry Hanson; T. Truxton Hare; Zoa G. Hawley; Mrs. Dalton Hayes; O.P. Heggie; Ben Hibbs; Robert Hillyer; Edwin Hipkiss; Paul Hollister; Re. Honey; Hooked rug; Syndey Hooper; Ernest M. Hopkins; Joe Houston; Re. Rupert Hughes; "I Want to Write," manuscript; Re. Illuminating books; Income Tax Return, 1949; "Indiana Magazine of History"; Invitations; Alfred Jakstas; Booth Jameson; Japanese; Malcolm Johnson; Mabel Kent; Hugh Kahler; Lynn Kelsey; Baynard Kendrick; Frank Kent; unro Kerr; Mrs. Frances Parkinson Keyes; Calvin Kimball; Lynn Kelsey; Baynard Kendrick; Frank King; Burton Kline; John LaGorce; Re. Old lantern; Virginia Lawrence; Re. Mrs. Lawton; John Le Barge; Tobias Lear; Horace Levinson; Liquor; Lithomat Corporation; Literary Corporation of America; Re. Binding of "Lively Lady"; Re. Picture of Lord's Point; Raymond Lovejoy; "Lydia Bailey"; James Macdonald; Maine State Library; "March to Quebec"; John W. Marchi; John Marquand; Howard Martin; A.N. Marquis; W.R. McAdams; Harry McBride; Ken McCormick; Alfred McIntyre; Mrs. S.A. McKenzie; Ralph Meany; Charles Mill; Burr Miller; Marjorie Mills; Daniel Mitchell; Arnaldo Mondadori; Re. Moreau book; Robert Morris; Helen Morrison; Richard C. Morrison; Dick Mosser; Re. Mosquito control; Donald Monroe; Robert Munro; Re. Mushrooms; R.F. Nason; Stephen Nason; Re. Nason ancestry; Jospeh G. Nason; Nassau; National Audubon Society; National Broadcasting Co.; National Gallery of Art; Nation's Business; Re. Needlepoint; N.E. Tel and Tel; New York Public Library; Martha Newcome, re. Stu Blythe; "Newsweek"; "NY Herald Tribune" book section; Leigh Nisbet; Fort at No.4, Charlestown; "Northwest Passage"; Harold Ober, Bermuda Oculist; Charles Oerter; "Oliver Wiswell" manuscript; Orders; Oriental Rug Shop; Paine Furniture Company; Re. Pajamas; Paul List Verlag, re. "Northwest Passage"; Frederick Payne; Horace W. Peaslee; Pebble Beach Property; Katharine Pediconi; S.H.P. Pell; Permissions to quote; Joseph Pew; Philadelphia Museum of Art (Fiske Kimball); Philatellic agency; Re. John Pierce Journal; Re. Plastic ship model case; H.J. Pleasants; Re. Plexiglass; Re. "Portland Glass"; Portland Tourist Co.; Re. Powder Horn; Winthrop Pratt; John H. Pray; Re. Quill & Dagger"; Re. "Rabble in Arms"; P.W. Rairden; "Readers Digest"; Wallace Reid; Alfred, Registrar of Deeds; J.B. Rhine; Winder Ribbons & Sons, Ltd.; Re. Rifle; Roy Roberts; Kenneth Roberts; Pete Rollins; Roses; "Royal Gazette"; John F. Royal; Harold G. Rugg; Re. Rum, George Rupp; Granger Ryan; S.S. Pierce; Sanford Florida property; Warfield Satterlee & Stephens; "Saturday Evening Post"; "Saturday Review of Literature; Re. Sausage; Re. Circular Saw; Henry Schindall; Hans F.M. Schulman; George Dow Scott; Re. Scotch bonnets; Second National Bank of Boston; Re. Ship models; Ruth Shipley; Re. Shirts; Re. Shoes; Re. Siberian Expedition; C.L. Sibley; Luise Sillcox; Donald Small; Anne L. Smalley; Edson Smith; Lawrence Smith; Society of Authors; Society of the Cincinnati; Re. Socks; Victor Spark; Re. Sparrow trap; Lincoln Spencer; Howard Sprague; Re. Spray rig; Walter Steely; Woodbury Stevens; Re. Stove; Ralph Stuart, re. mounting of woodcock; D.N. Sullivan; Tailors; Susie Tarkington; John Tebbel; Thank you notes; Re. Song "The World Turned Upside Down"; "This Week" Magazine; Lowell Thomas; Re. Origins of tomatoes; Re Tourmaline chips; Professor Toynbee; Re. Tractor; Re. Tripe; "True" Magazine; Twentieth Century Fox; U.S. Naval Institute; United World Federalists of Maine; R.W.G. Vail; W.L. van Alen; Dorothy Vaughan; Robert Vose; Calvin Wade; Mrs. Joseph Walisjek; Bob Venner; Water-dowsing; Mrs. Frances Waterhouse; Howard Waterhouse; Howard Weatherbee; Webster Chicago Corp.; Paul D. White; Wallace H. White; Re. White Rose Madrilene; Who's Who; Madeleine Wilkison; Max Wilkinson; Ben Williams; Re. Windsor chairs; James P. Wood; Francis G. Wright; Re. Books published in Yugoslavia

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Box: 50, Dates: 1950-1952

Correspondence Books: Carbons, Vol. 4: Robert Abels; Abercrombie & Fitch; Helen E. Ahort; Neal Allen; Fred Allen; Ervin E. Allen; Ralph Allen; Ernest F. Amy; Mrs. F.B. Andrews; Argosy Book Stores; George T. Armitage; Norman Armour; Russell Austin; Albert F. Austin; Frank W. Bailey; Kenneth Baker; Robert Baldwin; Herbert L. Baldwin; John W. Ball; Clarence G. Bamberger; W.A. Bankcroft; Bailey Banks & Biddle Co.; Bailor Bros.; William Barclay; Peter Barrett; E. Ross Bartley; Ralph F. Bass; Bass Moccasin Company; Adele L. Bate; Wilbert Beauchesne; Pierre Beddard; Miller Bedford; W.S. Bell; John Bell; Mrs. Abel Benevides; Mary A. Benjamin; Clemens Bentley; Richard Berenson; Hillel Bernstein; Romeyn Berry; Henry B. Bigelow; B.B. Birdsall; Douglas Black; Black's Readers Service Co.; Alton Hall Blackington; Blanche P. Field & Co.; C.M. Bliven; Blue Ridge Sales Division; Alice D. Bond; Mrs. Richard S. Bondy; Frank B. Borries Jr.; Alma Boslow; Boston Bootmakers; Marjory G. Bouquet; L.D. Brace; Alva Bradley; W.F. Harold Braun; Park Breck; John H. Breck; C. Fred Breer; R. Selden Brewer; Owen Brewster; Clarence S. Brigham; Louis Bromfield; Brooks Shepard; Ethel F. Brown; W. Herrick Brown; Lucy I. Brown; William E. Buckley; Jesse H. Buffum; George B. Burnett; Thomas R. Burns; Lyle E. Burroughs; James T. Busbee Jr.; Beverly Butler; Laurence J. Cahill; Constance Campbell; Geraldine Carpenter; Howard I. Chapelle; Horace Chase; Chester Baker Drug Co.; Robert B. Choate; R.B. Church; Clara Claasen; William E. Clark; Edwin L. Cleaves; R.C. Clifton; Charles E. Clough; Mrs. John F. Cloutman; John V. Colclough; Coes & Young; Joseph T. Cole; Charles E. Cole; Mary A. Cole; Leo A. Colgan; W.A.R. Collins; Joseph L. Conley (IRS); Continental Radiant Glass Heat; Richard Cooper; A.C Corcoran; Arthur C. Corey; Earl W. Corley; George H. Coupe; Flora J. Coutts; Nancy Couture; John D. Coyne; Craddock Coins; William Craig; John Cram; John H. Crider; Albert Crocker; Mark Cross; Frank M. Cruger; Theresa Cucci; Stephen G. Cummings; Bill Cunningham; Kenneth M. Cunningham; Currency Board; Marian A. Daignault; Mrs. M.B. Davidson; Dauber & Pine; Charles G. Dawes; Raymond Dean; Stuart DeBard; Delco Appliance Division; Deming Company; Paul Denis; Harvard University Dept. of Zoology; Bernard DeVoto; DeWolfe & Fiske; Ben F. Dixon; Joy Dow; Neil M. Dow; Robert O. Drake; David Dressler; Fraser Drew; Estella Drucker; Duke of Windsor; E.I. DuPont de Nemours; Margaret E. Durgin; Don Dyer; Agnes Eckhart; J.S. Eckler; Robert L. Eichelberger; Gail D. Elliott; Robert R. Ellis; W.P."Chuck" Emmons; Roscoe C. Emery; J.L. Esart Company; R.W. Evans; Mrs. Eliot Farley; Edward Faust; Lloyd M. Felmy; Kitty Ferrari; Donald Fessenden; Richard L. Field; Mrs. J.A. Fielding; J.E. Fields; Joseph E. Fields; Clarence Finn; First National Bank of Boston; Horace C. Fisher; John Fisher; Robert Fisher; Fixit Shop; Burton S. Flagg; Charles B. Forbes; George Foley; Foster Products; Joe H. Fountain; Anne Francis; Edith Francis; Mortimer Frankle; Deoch Fulton; C.W. Furlong; D.L. Gamble; C.A. Gardner; Joseph Garnier; Ray E. Garrison; Georgian Bronze Co.;A. Hamilton Gibbs; R.H. Gilpatrick; A.R. Glancy; Waldo F. Glover; L.M. Goldsborough; Albert N. Gooch; Robert C. Gooch; Kenneth Goodwin; Paul D. Gormley; Allen Gosnell; Harold I. Goss; John Gould; Raymond Grand; Frederick E. Green; Fred L. Green; Sydney Greenbie; Marc T. Greene; Ferris Greenslet; William J. Griffin; Paul L. Grigaut; Mrs. J.J. Grullemans; M. Agnella Gunn; Harlan N. Haag; Victor P. Haas; Robert Hale; Penn Hallowell; J.L. Hammet Co.; C.S. Hamond Company; Irving C. Hanners; David J. Harkness; Ione Harlow; W.M Harlow; Joe Harrington; Minerva F. Harris; Florence E. Harris; Robert J. Hart; F.B. Hart; Mary T. Hayes; J.V. Healy; F. V. Hemenway; A.J. Hendrick; Arthur Hendrick; C.S. Herr; M. Paul Hessler; Bettyanne Hewitt; H. Heydenryk Jr.; Ben Hibbs; Robert E. Hight; W.A. Hill; Jean Hinkle; Edwin J. Hipkiss; Richard W. Hoag; Kenneth Holverson; Harry Horner; John E. Horrocks; C. Thomas Howes; Nellie L. Hoxie; Hubbell Metals; Elmer M. Hunt; James L. Huntington; Charles Huntley; Ginsburg & Levy Inc.; Schoenhof's Foreign Books Inc.; Maison Glass Inc.; Illinois Merchant Mart; Intertol Inc.; Nick Innis; Howard M. Irish; Mrs. F.W. Jacob; Stephen L. Jacobs; Alden G. Jacobs; Stephen L. Jacobs; Birdes A. Jacobs; W.N. Jardine; Jose Jenes; Richard Johnson; Louis C. Jones; John W. Jones; Paul Jordan-Smith; Jordan Marsh Company; Louis Joseph; Helen L. Kaufman; Robert Keene; Isaiah S. Kelley; Kennedy Clothing Company; Halcyon Kennels; Frank Kent; Mrs. Frances P. Keyes; Rolfe N. King; Frank King; Knapp Monarch; Baynard Knedrick; John Oliver LaGorce; James W. Lane; Elfrieda Lang; T. Leavitt; Mrs. Edwin Lefevre; Denver Lindley; Milton Lord; New York Central System Lost and Found; Henry Lothrop; Raymond Lovejoy; John C. Lovewell; Sophia Lovisek; Gared Antiques Ltd.; Charles W. Lyon Jr.; Irving W. Lyon; A.E. Mac Kinnon; Earle R. MacAusland ("Gourmet"); Mrs. W.G. Macdonald; George C. MacKinnan; Hilda MacLeod Jacob; Hanford MacNider; Leonard MacPhee; Elizabeth C. Madden; Ernest H. Maling; E.H. Maling; Anna M. Manion; John W. Marchi; John P. Marquand; Edison Marshall; Philip Marston; T.B. Marston; Howard Martin; Eddie Martin; Gardiner J. Maxcy; Thomas Maynard; Burt McBride; Stephen A. McCarthy; Joseph H. McConnell; Kenneth McCormick; Charles McGinley; George McKearin; Edward L. McKenna; Clifford McKibbin Jr.;Georgia T. Mclaughlin; Hugh McNair Kahler; Lafayette Gift Shop; Leopold Morse Co.; Llewellyn Gibbons; Macfarland Publications; Maggs Bros.; Maine Liquor Commission; Maine State Library; Mrs. C.B. Mayberry; Cecilia McNulty; Robert F.W. Meader; Irene Merrill; Mrs. W.J. Merrill; Ethel Merrill; Charles S. Mill; Mrs. Fred B. Miller; Eve Mills; Marjorie Mills; Henry Minot; Alfred J. Monahan; W. Irving Monroe Jr.; Mrs. Donald S. Moon; Hewitt F. Moore; Bruce N. Morang; George H. Morris; Bingham W. Morris; Frank A. Morris; Nelson G. Morton; J.S. Mulkerns; Markwart Muller-Hildebrand; Ann Munro-Kerr; Ruth W. Murphy; J.G. Nason; Stephen Nason; R.F. Nason; N.J. Nassikas; Robert B. Neff; Winifred Nerney; Nettleton Shoes; New American Library; New England TV Guide; New Hampshire Liquor Commission; B. Newbury; A. Donald Newell; Roger H. Newton; Earl W. Newton; Frank L. Nickerson; Leigh M. Nisbet; Arnold J. Nix; Stuart J. Northrop; Elliot Norton; Walter Nuffort; Nellie O'Farrell; Old Guilford Forge; J. Robert O'Neill; Louis O'Vander Thomas; Harold Ober; Mrs. E.H. Ober; Charles Oerter; Orchard Farm; Vrest Orton; Clint Osborne; Frank Ottalano; Olga Owens; Allen Owens; Irvine H. Page; Paine Furniture Company; Mrs. L.E. Palmer; William R. Palmer; Harry Parker; Parke-Bernet Galleries; Alice R. Parsons; Harold T. Partridge; Pastene Wine & Spirits; Florence Paul; S.H.P. Pell; John H.P. Pell; Mrs. Robert Pender; Penson & Company; Silas H. Perkins; Mrs. Fordyce Perkins; Perry Seed Company; Charles F. Phillips; Kenneth A. Phillips; Arthur Potter; Jack Preble; F.H. Price; Mrs. George Putnam; P.W. Rairden Jr.; Leonard Raphael; John H. Read; L.B. Reed; Robert Rembrant; Mrs. Wilbur G. Renken; Rennie Bros.; Herschel H. Reynolds; Harris W. Reynolds; Howard G. Reynolds; Lambert A. Rivard; Percy Robert; Clark Roberts; Mrs. Earla Robertson; George H. Rockwell; Sherwood Rollins; Sherwood Rollins; C.R. Roseberry; John F. Royal; Rubinstein's Antiques Shop; John Russell III; William Granger Ryan; R.I. Ryan; Paul Saint-Gaudens; Genevieve C. Salmon; Wheeler Sammons; Harry Sands; D.R. Sargent; Carolyn Sartain; E.R. Sawtelle; Sawtelle Brothers; W.B. Scarborough; Henry Schindall; Gerhard Schmutterer; Hans M.F. Schulman; Arthur Schwartz; "Scientific American"; George D. Scott; Rose M. Seavey; E.F. Seiber; Anne Seranne; Charles Shabino; H.K. Shaw; Allen A. Shaw; Curtis W. Shaw;Shepard; Robert Simmons; Jean Simmons; Joseph P. Sims; Charles L. Skelton; Raymond N. Skilton; John Skinner; Robert P. Skinner; Margaret L. Small; Robert W. Smith; Lawrence Smith; Smith's Sale and Service; R.D. Snively; Robert M. Snodgrass; L. Sonnenborn Sons Ltd.: Cynthia Solkin; Ernest A. Spear; Lincoln Spencer; William Spencer; Harold Spinney; James H. Spruance; Dorothy Spurr; Geraldine St. Amand; John F. Stacey; William H. Standley; R.H. Stearns Co.; Henry Stevens; Mabel B. Stevenson; Frank Stilling; Ellen Stillman; Arthur Sullivan; Harriet Swift; Robert Lewis Taylor; Robert Taylor; Bradley R. Taylor; John Tebbel; Lowell Thomas; Charles A. Thomas; Arthur D. Thorne; G. Harold Thurlow; Ken Tile; R.R. Toepel; Reginald T. Townsend; Oswald Train; Pat Trefzager; Kenneth Trimingham; F.R. Tripler; Conway Trott; Howard Trott; Betty Trotter; R. Hawley Truax; Dorothy True; "True" Magazine; Abis van Acken; Susanna van Cleef; Mrs. F.S. Van Valkenburg; Kohra L. Vanaman; Dorothy Vaughan; Arthur S. Vernay; Harry F. Waidner; Joseph Waliszek; George H. Walker; David H. Walley; Ruth E. Wallgren; M.J. Walsh; R.L. Ward; LeRoy P. Ward; B.F. Warner; Homer Waterhouse; Mrs. Frances Waterhouse; R.J. Waterston Jr.;John Weatherill; Carl J. Weber; Edward Weeks; Emory J. Weinig; Joseph Weiss; Elizabeth Welborn; W.G. Wendell; Mrs. Henry Wendt; Grafton Wentworth; Herbert F. West; Martha West; Chelsey White; Brooks Whitehouse; Lawrence F. Whitmore; Mrs. Fisher Whitney; Lawrence F. Whittemore; Frederick T. Widmer; E.A. Wiggin; Roger C. Williams; Ben Ames Williams; Roger C. Williams; W. Williams; Orvin C. Willis; Mrs. George E. Wills; Ribbons Winder & Sons; Erwin Wolland; Carlton W. Wonson; Junius B. Wood; James Worcester; Chesley Worthington; A.F. Yaeger; William B. Ziff; Charles Zorsch;

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Box: 51, Dates: undated

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Box: 52, Dates: 1915-1926

Correspondence Books: Letters: Horace M. Albright; American Red Cross; Re. Antiques; James Armstrong, (American Consul General, London); Attorney General, (Washington); Re. "Balkan Jottings"; F.L. Balin (American Embassy, Constantinople); Rym Berry; Samuel G. Blythe; Boston Evening Transcript; Boston Post (E.A. Crozier); Brandt & Kirkpatrick; Dana Burnet; Arthur Calder; Re. "California Change"; Re. Princess Cantacuzene; Carberry; Phil Carmen; Robert B. Choate; M. Churchill (Military Intelligence Division); "Cosmopolitan"; George Cryderman, re. antiques; Bill Cunningham; Re. Czechoslovakia; B.G. Dawes; Charles Dawes; Virginia Dawes; Department of State; Donald Duncan; Re. "Eating Through Europe"; Gus Edwards; Re. "Morning After"; Fan letters; Re. "Flying Made Easy"; Henry Ford & Son; Hugh Gibson; Rufus Gilmore; Re. Golf; Re. Greece; Edward M. Groth; Herbert J. Hagerman; Henry B. Hall; Re. "Handing It Back"; "Harper's Bazaar"; Kennett Harris; Rupert Hughes; Re. Hungary; Lillian Hurd; W.W. Husband (Department of Labor); Re. Immigration; Internal Magazine Company (Ray Long); Will Irwin; Re. Italy: "Almost Sunny Italy," "Guests from Italy"; Benjamin Joy (National Shawmut Bank); Hugh Kahler; Re. Kronen; Ring Lardner; George Lorimer; Re. Magyars; Sam Merwin; Y. Mino; Re. Monte Carlo; Christopher Morley; Channing Nash; Adelaide Neall; North American; Paget Literary Agency; Ralph Paine; Palm Beach; George Pattulo, re. Bolshevik play; "Pergola Preferred"; Silas H. Perkins; Re. Polish Legation, Washington; Re. "Poland for Patriotism"; Puck; Kenneth Roberts; Arthur S. Roche; Re. Franklin Roosevelt; "Saturday Evening Post"; Re. "Scheiber Land"; Re. "Scotland for Scotch"; John E. Semmes; Re. Robert P. Skinner; George R. Shanton; "Smart Set"; "The American Magazine"; Re. "The Beer Worshippers"; Re. "The California Ray"; Re. "The Existence of an Emergency"; Re. "The Mysteries of Paris"; Re. "The Rising Irish Tide"; Re. "The Worth of American Citizenship"; Re. "Trial by Travel': Rufus Twombly; Virginia, Portsmouth Chamber of Commerce; Robert Dec. Ward; Robert J. Warner; A. Warren Smith, re. painting her house; Webster; Malcolm Wheeler-Nicholson; Ben Ames Williams; "With Neatness and Dispatch"; H.W. Wolfe

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Box: 53, Dates: 1918-1935

Correspondence Books: Letters: Randolph G. Adams; Antiques in London; Re. Arnold Benedict; J.B. Arnold; Re. Arthritis; Blackwood's Magazine (Clippings); Sam Blythe; Bobbs-Merrill Company; Bolshevik money; James Boyd; Brandt & Brandt; Re. Samuel Brewer; Charles Bulkeley; Mildred Burrage; Frank Buxton; Julia Cantacuzene; Re. "Captain Caution"; Howard Chapelle; Bob Choate; George P. Clements; Irvin S. Cobb; Re. King Constantine; Curtis Brown; re. Dartmoor Prison; Elrick Davis re. "Lively Lady"; Charles G. Dawes; Re. Decatur; Paul Eaton; Garet Garrett; Hugh Gibson; H.A. Gosnell; Madison Grant; Green Cross Society; Ferris Greenslet; G.T. Hagghard; Ross Harden; Harper & Brothers; Joseph Haven; Will H. Hays; Heineman contract; Ernest Martin Hopkins; Re. Hotel bills; Rupert Hughes; C. Jarvis in "Blackwoods"; Re. Deterioration of Kennebunkport Beach; Kennebunkport Library, re. "Lively Lady" manuscript; Jack LaGorce; George E. Lawrence; Chilson Leonard; Wilmott Lewis; Re. Lister-Bruston plant; Dan Longwell; George H. Lorimer; Maine State Library; A. Atwater Kent; Alfred McIntyre; James McNamara; Merchants National Bank of Boston; Frederick Moore; Re. Daniel Nason; Adelaide Nealle; Winifred Nerney; Charles J. Nichols; Ruth Bryan Owen; Ralph Paine; Palm Beach Club; S.H.P. Pell; Re. Fire control pendulum; Henry Pleasants; Polish Legation; Re. Portsmouth 1758; Re. Public Records Office; Re. "Rabble in Arms" manuscript; Kenneth Roberts; Theodore Roosevelt Jr.; Harold G. Rugg; Recipe for hot buttered rum; Roger Scaife; Anne H. Sims; Robert Skinner; Lothrop Stoddard; W.H. Stone; Re. Scotch terriers; Wes Stout; Julian Street; Re. War with Tripoli; Dorothy Vaughan; Robert Ward; "Watchdogs of Crime"; Ben A. Williams; Oscar E. Wise

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Box: 54, Dates: March-September 1939

Correspondence Books: Letters, Vol. 11: R.G. Adams; Angus & Robertson, re. "Rabble"; "Arundel," Swedish review; John T. Benson; R.E. Billings; American Foundation for the Blind; Alice D. Bond; Boston Public Library, re. repair of Pierce Journal; Bowdoin Chapter of D.U.; Thomas Boyle; Bread Loaf Writer's Conference; Breman Company, re. ducks; "Captain Caution," contract (Hal Roach); John Carter; Bob Choate; Sister Choate, re. Welsh kennels; Clara Claasen; Robert C. Clothier, re. Doctor of Letters, Rutgers University; W.A.R. Collins; Ricardo Cortez, re. "Rabble"; Tom Costain; Wingate Cram, re. fiddleheads; Curtis Brown; Stephen Decatur, re. marine library; Peter Decker; Dinner bills; Marion Dodd; Nelson Doubleday; Henry A. Dreer, re. seeds; Bob Duffus; Re. Eagle in workroom; European Literary Club; Fan Letters; F.G. Fassett, re. Pierce Journal; Fiddleheads; B. Floyd Flickinger; A.N. Frost; Richard Fuller; Arthur Gibbs; Lee Giblin; Edward Gould (Maine State Historian); Ferris Greenslet; Ervine E. Haines; Halcyon Kennels; Robert Hale; John Haley; Richard Halliday, re. "Oliver Wiswell"; Dick Hallsted; John C. Hanchett; Andrew W. Hatch; Sidney Hayward; Frank Henry; Raymond F. Howes; Hudson's Bay Society; Robert Hughes; Ichiro Ishi, re. "Northwest Passage"; Franklin Johnson; Malcolm Johnson; Kellogg Company, re. price of narcissus; Kelly Bros. Nurseries, re. fruit trees; D. W. Knox, re. Daniel Nason of the 'MacDonogh'; Simon Krupsaw, re. eagle; Lally's Pedigree, re. registration; Arthur Laurila, re. selling wood lot at St. George; Jay Lewis; Liquor Commission; Little, Brown & Company; Dan Logwell; Milton Lord, re. repair of Pierce Journal; Alma Lorimer, re. George Lorimer; Lower Merion Junior High School; John H. Lyon; Frederick Mack; Maine Development Commission; Maine State Library; Re. Original manuscripts; Hiram Maxim; Carlton McCulloch; Mixed Border Seeds; MGM, re. "Oliver Wiswell"; Mondadori; Marjorie Mosser; "March to Quebec"; Re. Daniel Nason; Wallace Nutting; "Northwest Passage"; Harold Ober; Pat Ogden; Paramount Pictures, re. "Oliver Wiswell" Alice R. Parsons; K.D. Paul, re. book fair at K. Beach: Pejepscot Paper Company; S.H.P. Pell; Perry Seed Company, re. mixed border; Phoebe's registration; Henry Pleasants, re. Rogers' print; John Pray & Company, re. rugs; "Rabble in Arms"; D. Kilham Roberts; Kenneth Roberts; Lillian Robins; Mrs. William Russell; Rutgers University; "Saturday Review"; "Scholastic"; W.N. Seaver; Shaw Tractors; C.L. Sibley; Luise Sillcox; D & L Slade Company; Re. Stone construction; Wesley Stout; Giorgio Tabet; Taffy's Pedigree; Booth Tarkington articles; C.D.V.M. Thibeault; Re. Tiles; G.D. Tilley, re. geese and ducks; R.W.G. Vail; Dorothy Vaughan; Stallo Vinton; Mrs. Charles E. Ware, re. Welsh terriers; Weekly report from Doubleday; Welsh puppies; E.B. Whitney; Ben Williams; Paul Williams; Williston Academy, re. George Parsons Tibbets; H.W. Wilson Company; Lyle Withers; Woodbury Farms, re. price list for birds; Writer's Conference

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Box: 55, Dates: September 1939-April 1940

Correspondence Books: Letters, Vol. 12: Randolph G. Adams; E.K. Aldrich, re. Welsh terriers; Early Americana; American Antiquarian Society (Clarence Brigham); Angus & Robertson; Architect's House Plans; J. Sanger Attwill; Audubon Society; Author's League of America, re. loan; Clarence Bamberger; Bill Bancroft; C.A. Bancroft; Dorothy C., re. Loyalists; J. Colby Bassett; Romeyn Berry; Alton H. Blackington; Book-of-the-Month club; Boston Herald Book Fair Program; Richard Boyce, re. Coast Guard story; Joseph Breck, re. flowering crap apples and winterberry; Britain's Gordian Knot, editorial; Hamp Bryant; Building Plans; Alexander Burr; Old silver buttons; Frank Buxton, re. Hancock and Sam Adams; "Captain Caution"; Charleston Free Library; Allen P. Chase; Bob Choate, re. Herald Book Fair; Re. Chocolate; Clara Classen; Robert C. Clothier; Priscilla Collins; W.A.R. Collins, re. "Rabble"; Tom Costain, re. letter to Booth Tarkington; Wingate Cram; Crank letter; W.J. Crawford; Curtis Brown Ltd.; Davey Tree Company; Nelson Doubleday, re. Tom Costain; Joy Dow; Re. Ducks; Editorials; Francis Edwards; Eels; Harry S. Emery, re. blood pressure; Fan Letters; Re. Federal Game Permit; Edna Farber; Juanita Finch (Librarian in Patten); Kendall & Whitney, re. Eastern States Hayland Mixture; G. Lanctot; Virginia Lawrence; Chilson Leonard; Jay Lewis; "Life," regarding movie of the week ("Northwest Passage"); Dan Longwell; Milton Lord, re. "Northwest Passage"; Lord Lothian; J.H. MacDonald; Harvard L. Mann; Maple Sugar; "March to Quebec," review; Lawrence Martin; John Marquand, Dorothy Dix McCue; Carleton B. McCulloch; Alfred McIntyre; David C. Mearns; Charlotte Moody; Christopher Morley; Adelaide Neale, re. second serial rights; Winifred Nerney, re. Peter Scott's picture; New York Public Library, re. Hymns in use in 1780; "Northwest Passage"; "Northwest Passage," movie; Mary C. Nye, re. Torries; Harold Ober, re. "Captain Caution"; Richard Overholt; Paramount Pictures, re. "Oliver Wiswell"; Frederick G. Payne; Max M. Peet, re. hypertension; S.H.P. Pell; Howard Penley; Phoebe stud certificate; University of Pittsburgh Press; Re. Portulan Chart; M.J. Powers; Ribbons & Winder; H.C. Roberts, re. snowplow for tractor; Kenneth Roberts; Ben Robertson; Robert Rubin, re. cast for "Northwest Passage"; Harold G. Rugg; Mrs. William Russell; L.H. Schlosberg; Joseph Schumpter; Ruth Shipley, re. Joy's passport; C.L. Sibley; W.H. Siebert; W.F. Siegmund, re. arms; Luise Sillcox; Albert J. Smalley; Barrett P. Smith, re. Sam Brady; Edson Smith; Rose Snider; Laura L. Speyers; Merilyn Stevens; Frank Stone; Julian Street, re. bogus letter; John S. Taylor (Historical Society of Upper S.C.); "The Writer"; G.D. Tilley, re. permits; Gene Tunney; Herbert W. Turner; R.W.G. Vail; Irita van Doren; Dorothy Vaughan; Dale Warren; WEEI, re. Carl Moore program; Weekly Report from Doubleday; Orson Wells; Wallace H. White; re. European War; M.A. Wilder, re. Indian grain baskets; Ben Williams, re. Dr. Overhold; Wine Advisory Board; Re. Wines

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Box: 56, Dates: April-November 1940

Correspondence Books: Letters, Vol. 13: Abercrombie & Fitch, re. corduroy trousers; B. Altman, re. sofas; "America: A Catholic Review of the Week"; American Antiquarian Society; American Foundation for the Blind; American Writers for Wendell L. Wilkie; Angus & Robertson, statements; Architect's plans; A.E. Armstrong; Re. Benedict Arnold; Athenaeum, Hungarian publishers, re. "Oliver Wiswell"; Re. Audubon prints; Auto-Sickle Company; Chester A. Baker, re. liquid soap; Howard Baldwin; W.A. Bancroft; Bank of N.T. Butterfield; Ralph E. Billings; A. Hall Blackington; Sam Blythe; Joel Bois; Alice D. Bond; Ella Shannon Bowles, re. NH Book Fair; J.W. Boyd; James Braim; E.F. Breen, re. shortwave sets; Clarence Brigham; Kenneth Brown; Hamp Bryant; Alexander Burr; Bussey Pen Products Company; California Barrel Company, re. wine; "Captain Caution," re. movie; Mrs. Mack Charters, re. Benedict Arnold; Bob Choate; Winston Churchill; Clara Claasen; Billy Collins; Committee of American Authors and Editors; "Common Ground"; Congressional Record; Contracts; Molly Costain; T.B. Costain; Wingate Cram; Crank letter; Curtis Brown; Davey Tree Expert Company; Elizabeth Deeble, re. Eleazar Oswald; Brad Delehanty; Edward Dieckman (San Diego Police Department), fan letter; Nelson Doubleday; Joy Dow; Coert DuBois; DuPont Paint Company, re. Maple Leaf Red; Hamilton Dyer, re. Chase property; Harry C. East, re. diet; Eli Lilly Company, re. skunk cabbage; Fan letters; Federal Power Commission (Leland Olds); re. Connecticut River; Beatrice Freeman, re. agents; Marion Cobb Fuller; Game License for 1940; Pauline Goodrich, re. Captain Blake's Orderly Book; "Goodspeed's"; J. Greene; W.E. Green, re. old map of New York; James W. Grimes, re. clay and bayberry wax emulsified; Robert Hale, re. "Oliver Wiswell"; Har-Tru Corporation, re. tennis courts; Andrew W. Hatch; James B. Hendryx; Eddie Hill, re. New Brunswick guide; F.G. Hoverstadt, re. parrots; John H. Hutchins; Income Tax; Jodhpurs and trousers; Hugh S. Johnson; Malcolm Johnson; Fred Kiefer, re. Collector's Roberts; Oliver LaFarge; Lally's Litter Registration; Antonio Lazo; Charles Lee; W. Colston Leigh, re. lectures; Chil Leonard; Edwin Lewis; Jay Lewis; Library of Congress; "Life" Magazine; Re. Lightning rods; Liquor Mart; Miltons Lord; Francis Ludlow, re. review of "Oliver Wiswell"; Melvin Mabey, re. misunderstanding with Braim; Lawrence Martin; R.L. Meriweather, re. South Carolina reference for 'Oliver Wiswell'; Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer, re. "Oliver Wiswell"; Christopher Morley; Dick Mosser; National Mower Company; Adelaide Neale; Robert Newcomb; New Jersey State Library; "New York Herald Tribune," re. Forum on World Problems; Ella C. Newman, re. WPA Federal Archive Project; Plan of No. 4; "Northwest Passage"; Wallace Nutting, re. sofas; Harold Ober; "Oliver Wiswell"; Paramount Pictures, re. "Oliver Wiswell"; Re. Parrots; Patten Library; Joseph N. Pew; Phoebe's Litter Registration; Re. Pigeons in "Rabble"; Charles Proctor, re. peregrines; "Rabble in Arms"; Republican National Committee; Ribbons & Winder; Laura Richards; Hal Roach, re. "Captain Caution"; Roadside Committee of Long Island; Kenneth Robert; Luther Roberts; Lillian Robins; William Robinson, re. Audubon prints; F.E. Sanborn, re. Marie Antoinette; L.H. Schlosberg, re. fur coat; Security Fence Company; Edyth : Senz, re. flask; C.L. Sibley; Wilbur H. Siebert; G.T. Siegmund (Western Cartridge Co.); Luise Sillcox; A.J. Sisco, re. lightning rod protection; Paul Skinner; Nedra Small; Albert J. Smalley, re. cabin at St. George; Edson Smith; Rose Snider, re. a job; Mrs. Gale Spaulding; Eugene Stocker, re. George R. Clark; Wes Stout; Julian Street; Stupid letter; Elizabeth Sullivan, re. shortwave sets; Booth Tarkington, telegram; G.D. Tilley; Eliot Tozer; Treasury Department, re. income tax 1937; Trader Vic; Howard Wahrenbrock; Elmer Ward; Dale Warren; Leon Warren; Paul Weaver, re. Cornell songs; Weekly Sales; Warren Wentworth, re. Stall Hall; Wizard Plow Company, re. wheelbarrow; Ben Williams, Wine lists

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Box: 57, Dates: 1940-1941

Correspondence Books: Letters, Vol. 13 a: Martin Baldwin; Edwin P. Banta; Bessie Beatty; Luella S. Bickford; Mrs.Brewer Blackall; Knox Burger; William H. Burton; Ruth E. Campbell; Leonard Carmichael; Constance B. Charters; Fred G. Clark; Priscilla M. Clough; Franklin P. Col; Robert E. Codman; Colby Dorr Dam; Mary Crocker; Mrs. Bennett Champ Clark; Walter Damrosch, invitation; Charles G. Dawes; Mabel G. Demers; F. Meredith Dietz; William Early; Paul Eaton (MIT); R.L. Eichelberger; Clifton Fadiman; Fish, Richardson & Neave; Luise Fyrrell-Fogle; William S. Forbes; Creed W. Fulton; Charles F. Getts; Lynward Giacomini; Dorothy M. Gillfillen; Burtis M. Hackett; Harry A. Hall; I. Heller; Bryan R. Horner; Eleanor Georgiana Brown Harberson; Mary Harlow; William G. Hoffman; Mrs. Andrew P Hume; J. Hutchinson; Ruth F. Irish; Pete Jackson; Edward C. Janes; A. Carleton Jealous; Norris P. Jewett (Milton Academy); Florence R. Kahn; Thorston V. Kalijarvi; O. Kennedy; Manuel Komroff; Maria V Leavitt; Chilson H. Leonard; Goldie D. Lesser; Harold M. Long; M. Norma E. Loos; John H.H. Lyon; Peggy L. Martin; Gail E. McCombs; Marie McSwigan; Charles E. Merrill; Phyllis Moir; Theodore Morrison; Philip C. Morse, Jr.; William Neill; George Norris II; Olga Owens; Evelyn Palmer; Ruth Parkinson; Stuart D. Paine; Charles S. Pearson; S.H.P. Pell; Kenneth L Pray; William Podges; Peter C. Quinn; Charles W. Ricker; Frederick B. Robinson; George R. Rockwell; Ruth Rose; Eleanor Roosevelt; Sacred Hear High School; Edward J. Shea; Luise M. Sillcox; John G. Smith; Thomas E. Sears, Jr.; Harry M. St. John, Jr.; Stanley High; Thomas D. Thacher; Marjorie Wallace; Charles H. Weller; Fred L Williams, Jr.; Loring E. Williams; Howard E. Wilson; Peter Witt; Herman A. Woodman (Norway Fish and Game Association)

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Box: 58, Dates: November 1940-January 1941

Correspondence Books: Letters, Vol. 14: Randolph G. Adams; F.P. Adams; Leon Allivial; American Academy of Arts and Letters; American Geographical Society; American Red Cross; Angus & Robertson; Architect's Plans; Arlington (Menotomy in 1775); Merwin Armstrong, Re. Arnold Benedict; Associate Press (Frank Carey); Audubon prints; Authors' League of America; Howard Baldwin; Bill Bancroft, re. aging alcohol in wood; Bank of N.T. Butterfield; Dorothy C. Barck; W.R. Barnes; Carl Becker, re. "Oliver Wiswell"; Richard Berenson; Romyn Berry; Best-Sellers of the week; Elinor Birdsall, re. name; Dan Bishop, re. characters in "Oliver Wiswell"; Service for the Blind; Re. Blood pressure; C.K. Bolton; Alice D. Bond; Edward Bowes; Brackett & Shaw, re. sprayer; Clarence S. Brigham; Hamp Bryant; C.A. Bucklin, re. ancestry; Roger Butterfield ("Life" Magazine); Frank Buxton; Scott Campbell; Frank Carey; Carlo D. Cella, re. 'creditors' in "Oliver Wiswell"; Joshua L. Chamberlain; Mrs. Mack Charters, re. "Oliver Wiswell"; Bob Choate; Clara Claasen; T. Wood Clark; Henry T. Claus; Re. Governor Golden; Billy Collins; Corduroy trousers, Tripler; "Cornell Alumni News", re. "Carnelian & White"; Molly Costain (Curtis Brown); T.B. Costain; Frank Cowan; Grace Cowthra-Elliot; Croft Steel Windows; Barton Currie; Curtis Brown; Charles G. Dawes; James E. Dorsey; Joy Dow; Re. Ducks; R.L. Duffus; Thomas Duggan, re. Joseph Green; John Durant; Robert L. Eichelberger; Albert Emmons; Ends of Earth, member list; Re. Episcopal Church; Fan Letters: Brooks, Husband, Carens, Griffith, Mackay, Mullins, Weis, Nerad, Westerfield & Johnson; Re. Haddie Finnan; Richard Fuller; Robert Garland, re. Episcopalians in 1775; Arthur Gibbs; B.S. Gore, re. Shakers; Ferris Greenslet; Robert Hale; Charles L. Hanson, re. Journal of Samuel Lane; Mary Pelham Hill; Hinds Honey & Almond Cream; Lem Hodgkins; William Holt; E.M. Hopkins; Print of Thomas Howard, Earl of Arundel; James R. Hulbert, re. "okay"; Jerome A. Johnson, re. Arnold-Wayne letters; Malcolm Johnson, re. Canadian royalties; Mrs. William Johnson, re. painters in Maine; Hugh Kahler; Lee Keedick, re. lectures; Joe Kindig (antiques); Re. Journal of Samuel Lane; W. Colston Leigh, re. lectures; Chilson Leonard; Jay Lewis; "Life" Magazine; Allen Lindley; Liquor Mart; Re. E. Livingston Fortunes Rocks; Milton Lord; Stanley Lovell; "Lumbermen"; Malden Highs School; Harvard Mann; John Marquand; H.A. McBride; Carl E. McCombs; Carleton B. McCulloch; Alfred McIntyre, re. "Oliver Wiswell"; James McNamara; Mrs. William B. Meloney; Alfred O. Mendel; Re. Metuchen; James Miles; Ken Miller; Millis and Norwood in "Oliver Wiswell"; Marjorie Mills; Paul D. Moody; Frederick Moore; R.F. Nason; National Institute of Arts & Letters; Adelaide Neall, re. serial for the Post; Hugh W. Nevin; Leigh M. Nisbet; Mary G. Nye; James C. Oliver; "Oliver Wiswell"; Richard H. Overholt; John J. Parsons; Max Peet, re. blood pressure; S.H.P. Pell; Helen Phillips; Henry Pleasants; Mark O. Prentiss; "Rabble in Arms"; Reviews of "Oliver Wiswell"; Augustus Richards, re. Baron Steuben; Kenneth Roberts; Re. Roger Roberts; Edward C. Root, review of "Oliver Wiswell"; Harold G. Rugg; Milton Runyon; H.L. Prescott; L.H. Schlosberg; Scribner's Book Store, re. Audubon prints; Sextant; C.K. Shipton; C.L. Sibley; Luise Sillcox, Edson Smith; E.B. Smith; Re. Sparrow in "Oliver Wiswell"; Jane E. Stark; Re. Baron Steuben; Frank Stone; Wes Stout; Shelby F. Strother, re. Siberian expedition; Booth Tarkington; John S. Taylor (Historical Society of S.C); Thank you notes for "Oliver Wiswell"; Gould H. Thomas; G.D. Tilley; "Time" Magazine; Re. Benjamin Thompson; E.B. Toppin; Trench Coates; "Trending into Maine," sales; Re. Trolley cars; Grace Turner; Robert Turner; Mark Twain on War Hysteria; R.P. Twombly; Dorothy Vaughan; Weekly Sales Slip; H. Wiley; Ben Williams; Wendell Wilkie; Thomas Wiswell, re. name; Everybody's workshop; Yale University Library, re. "Oliver Wiswell"

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Box: 59, Dates: January-April 1941

Correspondence Books: Letters, Vol. 15: A.E.F. Siberia, Veterans Association; Abenaki Anglers Association; Randolph G. Adams; American Antiquarian Society; Angus & Robertson, re. "Oliver Wiswell"; Re. Arnold Benedict; J. Sanger Attwill, re. Gostelowe and Frothingham; Mrs. Ernest Atwood; Stanley B. Attwood, re. Maine Coastal Islands; Audubon Prints; Authors' League of America; Howard Baldwin; Bill Bancroft; Charles A. Beard; Richard A Berenson; Best-Sellers; Bicknell Photo Service; Lavelle School of the Blind; Sam Blythe; Bobs-Merrill Report; C.K. Bolton, re. portrait painter, Stephen Badlam; Alice D. Bond; Harold C. Bond; Boston map of 1722; Re. Bows and arrows; Julian Boyd; Brackett & Shaw, re. spraying machine; Clarence S. Brigham; Fisher A. Buell; Naomi Burton; Bank of N.T. Butterfield; Roger Butterfield; Frank Buxton; Nut letter from a Canadian; Canadian Historical Review; Mrs. Mack Charters; Mary Ellen Chase; Re. Cheap editions; Ralph B. Cheney, re. Chippendale cabinet; Bob Choate; Sister Choate; Clara Claasen; Recipe for deviled clams; Wilhelm Bell Clark; William H. Cliff; G.H. Clowes, re. blood pressure; Prices of cocktail shakers; M. Foster Coffin; Bill Collins, re. publishing "Oliver Wiswell"; Conservation Department of Michigan; Contracts; George Corey, re. letter from Postal Inspector; "Cosmopolitan"; Coward McCann; Barton Currie; Curtis Brown; Dartmouth College; Davey Tree Company, re. spraying; Joy Dow; Pat Dwyer; Eaton, re. General William; Eli Lilly Company, re. skunk cabbage; Harry East; Books returned from Exeter; Exiled Writers Committee; Faber, re. price for slacks and jackets; Fan letters; Helen Grozier Farley; Recipe for Finnan Haddie Newburg; Football; Anne Ford, re. letter to Gorham; Corey Ford; Franklin Institute; Re. French Spoliation Claims; Richard Fuller; Walter Funnell; Harold Furness; Noel Gains; Lewis Gannett review; Re. Geese; Arthur Gibbs; Grassyfork Fisheries; Ferris Greenslet; K. Gregory; Invitation to Gridiorn Dinner; Gump's; Re. Nathan Hale; Robert Hale; J.W. Hamilton; Handwriting analyzer; Hathaway Shirt Company; Frank Henry; Hobby Museum; Marion Hollins, re. Del Monte property; John C. Huden; Rupert Hughes, re. Corey; Hubert C. Hume, re. Stephen Badlam; Huntington Library, re. Journal of Ambrose Serle; Malcolm Johnson, re. paragraph on Derna; Jones Nurseries, re. black walnuts; Kellogg Bird Sanctuary; John Kettell, extract from his book; George M. Knight, re. "What You Don't Know About George Washington"; Lady George Koshko; Alexandra Krastin, re. interview; Re. Lamps; C Roger Lappin; John Thomas Lee; Re. Len-lease Bill; Chil Leonard; Jay Lewis; Liquor Mart; Longworth Book Shop; Milton Lord; MacElwee; A.E. MacKinnon, re. French Spoliation Claims; Hanford McNider; Maine Development Commission; Maine State Library; Harvard L. Mann; Joan Marion; Kyra Markham; Alfred L. Matheson; R.E. McCoy; Re. McCrady's "History of South Caroline"; Mrs. William F. McKenney; M.I.T.. returning "Arundel" loan; Carlton McCulloch; Jesse Merritt; Re. Metallic Tractors; Michigan University; Marjorie Mills; Margaret Mitchell; Paul Mosser, re. "Oliver Wiswell"; Thomas Murphy; Leonard H. Nason; Lucia M. Nason; R.F. Nason; "Nassau Daily Review Star"; National Gallery; Adelaide Neale; Needlepoints; New England Historic Genealogical Society, re. contribution; "Northwest Passage," re. trail from Portsmouth to No. 4; Re. Nut trees; Harold Ober; Old Print Exchange; James C. Oliver; "Oliver Wiswell"; Patten Library; Abe Patterson; Norman V. Peale; Re. Elisha Perkins; Nathan Perry, re. fiddleheads; Henry Pleasants; Howard F. Porter; Princeton University Library; Re. Public Relations; "Rabble in Arms," re. dramatization; Thomas H. Raddall; Red Cross Food Package List; Elizabeth Richards, F. Bayard Rives; Kenneth Roberts; O.P. Robinson; Re. Robert Rogers; Romanes & Paterson; John F. Royal; Harold G. Rugg, re. "Rabble" loan; Leverett Saltonstall; Scribner's, re. Audubon prints; W.N. Seaver, re. "Arundel" loan; Security Fence Company; Charles Sessler; George D. Seymour, re. Rogers; Re. Elijah Shaw narrative; Thomas Shaw; Ruth Shipley; C.L. Sibley; Luise Sillcox; Agnes Sims; Margaret Chase Smith; Sons of the American Revolution; Spraying machine, prices; Samuel Stevens; Wes Stout, re. Corey; Re. Summer House; Edward Swift; Robert Sylvester; Re. Booth Tarkington; G.D. Tilley; Re. Richmond Towne; Trader Vic; Nelson Trafton, re. spraying machine; Re. Traps; O.A. Trorlicht; S.L. Vanderveer; M. Vesey (Canadian reviewer); Veteran's Administration; Alvin Vinol; Damon Walker; David I. Walsh; Waverly House; Wayne University; Weekly Sales Report; H.G. Wells picture with "Northwest Passage"; Wender & Goldstein; Harry E. Wheeler; Philip White, re. model of "Lively Lady"; Wallace White, re. Lend-lease Bill; Leonard Withington, re. island for sale; Al Williams; Ben Ames Williams; Williams Book Store, re. diary of Albigence Waldo; Hugh Wilson, re. pea-fowl; Evelyn Wrench, re. "Oliver Wiswell"; Yankee Maid Products, re. summer house

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Box: 60, Dates: April-November 1941

Correspondence Books: Letters, Vol. 16; Randolph G. Adams; American First Committee; Angus & Robertson, re. "Oliver Wiswell"; Re. Arnold Benedict; J. Sanger Attwill; G. Winslow Babb; Carlos Baker, article; Re. Barrell family; Henri Benoit; Richard A. Berenson; Romeyn Berry; Best-seller list; Ralph Billings; Sam Blythe; C.K. Bolton; Alice D. Bond; Louis Boochever; Bowdoin College; Ralph O. Brewster; Re. Print of Brig-of War-Somers; Brockton Public Library; Charles Brookfield, re. cannon; Bank of N.T. Butterfield; Canadian Historical Review; Re. Cannon; Carthagena Expedition; George Chadwick; Walter Channing; Mrs. Mack Charters; Bob Choate; Sister Choate; Re. Chase property letters; Clara Claasen; Mrs. Edward Clark; Charles Clay; Harriet B. Coe; Bertha B. Cohen; Billy Collins; Re. Colonial currency; Contracts; Re. John Copley; Corn; Cornell Widow; Tom Costain; Wingate Cram, re. Goose tongues; Cross & Blackwell, re. Anchovy Sauce; Curtis Brown; Daughters of the American Revolution member approves of "Oliver Wiswell"; Dartmouth College; Davey Tree Company, Elmer Davis; Walter G. Davis; Charles G. Dawes; Arthur K. Dearborn; Delaware Historical Society; Department of Agriculture, re. fiddleheads; Gabriel DeVeber, re. letter from his grand daughter; Joy Dow; Virginia Drew; Coert DuBois; Re. Ducks; Duffy's Tavern; Carl Egerter; English Journal; Falmouth Publishing House; Fan letters; Re. Fiddlehead; Franklin Fisher; Clifton Fadiman; George Franklin, re. "Oliver Wiswell"; French Binders; Lewis Gannett; Edward "Archie" Gardner; Robert Garland; Bill Gavin; "Good Maine Food" (Jay Lewis); Goodspeed's Book Store; Goose Tongues; Gump's; Hamilton Hackney; E. Irvine Haines; Robert Hale, re. taxes; Re. John Hancock; Ralph Hartman; Mrs. Walter Hartwig; Re. Hawks; Charles A. Hewlett; Paul Hansen; Ernie Hoberecht; Dan Hoegg; Holland: "Editor' publishing house; Edward W. Holland; Ernest M. Hopkins; Rupert Hughes; Re. Huguenots; Henrietta Wyeth Hurd; A.J. Huston; Re. Insurance Policies; Abraham Jacobs; Re. Jews; Malcolm Johnson; H.I. Jordan; Jack Kedian; Jerry Kolar; Tobias Lear; Re. Lease-Lend Bill; W.C. Leavitt; Re. Lee's troopers; Jay Lewis; Library of Congress, re. Carthagena; Eli Lilly Company; Liquor Mart; Graeme Lorimar, re. Author's Guild; Sarah Lorimer; Raymond H. Lovejoy (County Agent); Frank E. Lowe; University of Maine, re. letter from Howard Mendall and hawks; Harvard L. Mann; Marines, re. quotation; Adelaide Marquand; John Marquand; Lawrence Martin; Massachusetts Historical Society, re. Pain manuscript; Ken McCormick; Alfred McIntyre; Ralph B. Meany; M.I.T. Library; University of Michigan, re. Hopwood manuscripts; R.F. Nason; G. Stephen Nason, re. ancestry; "Nassau Daily Review Star"; National Institute of Arts and Letters; Re. Neutrality Act; Newfoundland; J.F. Newman; Paul Nixon; Norwich, Connecticut, re. Perkins tractors, Bob Norton; "Northwest Passage"; Harold Ober; Robert O'Brien, re. Pulitzer Prize; "Oliver Wiswell"; Irvine H. Page; Parcels for the Forces; Abe Patterson, re. carved wooden eagle; Felix Pereira; Perkins' Metallic Tractors; Poland Spring Tower; Re. "Ponteach"; George Powers; Princeton University; Re. Prints; Re. Pulitzer Prize for 1940; Re. Pumps; Reader's Digest; Research Worker; J. Hampden Robb; Kenneth Roberts; Kenneth B. Roberts; Robson Lowe Ltd., re. account of Battle of Valcour Island; Re. Robert Rogers; Re. Roger's Rangers; William J. Schaldach, re. partridge water colors; Scribner's Commentator; Shay's Rebellion; Ship model maker; Ruth B. Shipley, calling card; Veterans of A.E.F. Siberia; C.L. Sibley; Re. Skunk Cabbage Shoots; Edson Smith; Re. Sparrows; Rodney Sprigg; Stanley & Cadigan Company, re. pump; Woodbury Stevens, re. insurance; Frank Stone; Wes Stout; Sweden, re. Swedish rights to "Oliver Wiswell"; Robert Taft; Booth Tarkington; G.D. Tilley; Re. Tractor; "Trending into Maine," quote; Tripoli, re. Zelda Charters; Tripolitan War; Ken Valentine; Frederick van de Water; Carl van Doren; Carolyn Wallace; Wallace Nutting; Waverly House; Weekly Sales Slip; William Wenstrom; Wallace H. White; "Why Europe Leaves Home"; Ben Williams; Chuck Williams; Sidney Williams; Re. "Oliver Wiswell"; Would-be author; R.E. Wood

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Box: 61, Dates: October 1941-August 1942

Correspondence Books: Letters, Vol. 17: Edward K. Aldrich; American Academy of Arts and Letters; American Antiquarian Society; Association of American Colleges; Angus & Robertson; Aquarium Stock Company; Harold B. Arey, re. interview; Re. Arnold Benedict prints; Re. "Arundel"; Re. Audubon prints; Author's Guild; Author's League War Committee; Herb Baldwin; Re. Costs for baling; Bill Bancroft; Re. Barns; Re. Bass; Richard A. Berenson; Henry Beston; Re. Birdsfoot Trefoil; Morris Bishop; Re. Blackouts; Bobbs-Merrill Company; Eloi Joel Bois; Alice D. Bond; Boston Public Library; Harold Braun; British War Charities Committee; James H. Bunce; Bunker Hill Poultry Farm; Carl Burger; Knox Burger; Re. Burro; Butler Hospital; Bank of N.T. Butterfield; Frank Buxton; Cactus Garden; Erskine Caldwell; Mildred Campbell; Carl Carmer; Lester Cecil, re. autographed first edition; Don Chamberlin; Walter Channing; R.G. Chapman, re. terminology in "Oliver Wiswell"; Constance Charter; Re. Cheeses; Cherry Hill Nurseries; Chi Psy, re. badge; Mrs. W.W. Chipman, re. Canadian Loyalists; Bob Choate; Citizens Emergency Committee on Non-Defense Expenditures, re. use of name; Re. Civil War letters; Clara Claasen; Clinton Clausen; Re, Cleave's Cove Trail; Robert C. Clothier; "Collier's"; Billy Collins; Columbia Historical Society; Congregational Church, re. reference in "Oliver Wiswell"; Gregory P. Connolly; Consuls and Commercial Agents in Bordeaux, Cette, Paris in 1802; Cornell Alumni Fund; Cornell Widow; Arnaldo Cortesi; Tom Costain; "Country Gentleman," re. burro; Frank I. Cowan; Alex B. Coxe; Wingate Cram; Thomas F. Crawford; Curtis Brown; Re. Dart boards; Robert F. Davis, re. Indians; Charles G. Dawes; John DeLettre, re. letter from his nephew; Tyler Dennett; Department of Inland Fisheries and Game, re. bass; Department of State; Re. Diary of Dr. Jonathan Haskins Jr.; Re. Donkeys; Joy Dow; Duck and goose inventory for 1941; G. R. Duncan, re. Nipigon Country; Ralph M. Eastman; Re. Edes family papers; R.L Eichelberger; Emerson School for Boys; Essex Institute, re. sample cargos from Haiti in 1802; Bill Estabrook; Re. FM; Fan letters; Federal Works Agency; Re. Fiddleheads; B. Floyd Flickinger; Sol M. Flock; Orville Forte; Joseph A. Gainard; Robert Garland; Arthur Gibbs; Philip Gibbs; R.L. Goldman, re. his mystery stories; Samuel Goldwyn Inc.; Rodney J. Gould; "Gourmet"; Ferris Greenslet; Re. Gun pivot; A.T. Hales; David J. Harkness, re. Boone's Wilderness Trail; John Bass, re. ducks; Andy Hatch; Re. Hawks; Mrs. George Hawley; Re. Hay; Will Hay; S.G. Henry; Ben Hibbs; Edward W. Holland; Ernest M. Hopkins; George Hormel; Howe Caverns; Rupert Hughes; Sanford B. Hunt; Henrietta Wyeth Hurd, re. picture of Ken's mother; F.W. Hutt; Jewess; Malcolm Johnson; Kennebunkport High School; Kennebunkport Selectman; Knights of Columbus; Eli Larson; David Lawrence; Chil Leonard; W.C. Leavitt; Jay Lewis; Library of Congress; Liquor Mart; Ted Lindorff; M.P. Lord; Milton Lord; Joseph Louis, re. Chair; Re. "Low Church"; M.I.T.; Macdonough; Maine Library Association; Maine Publicity Bureau; Harvard L. Mann; G.D. Marcy; Walter S. Mason; Alfred McIntyre; Henry Mead; Merrimade Inc., re. paper; Jesse Merritt; P.V. Metzelthin; James Miles; Arthur Moehlman; H.C. Muhlenberg; Mary Nash; R.F. Nason; Mrs. R.F. Nason; G. Stephen Nason; National Archives; Adelaide Neall; Leigh M. Nisbet; "Northwest Passage," re. Arnold; Mary G. Nye; Harold Ober; Norreys Joseph O'Connor; "Oliver Wiswell"; Parcels to Nason and his brothers; Peabody Museum (Salem); Drew Pearson, re. Junius Wood; Horace B. Pearson; Phelps-Terkel Company; Re. Philips; Gaston Pilon; Re. Pitkins; Edmund D. Poole, re. Loyalists; Howard F. Porter; Post Office Employees; Princeton University Library; Re. Probate Court; Re. Pulitzer Prize; Re. Punts; Re. Murad Reis; Re. Rheumatic Fever; Charles L. Richardson; J. Hampden Robb; Kenneth Roberts; "Rockland Courier-Gazette"; Sherwood Rollins; Arthur L. Ruggles; Rutgers University; San Domingo; Frank Schoomaker, re. wines; Searsmont Fire Department; William J. Schaldach; George F. Scheer, re. Francis Marion; Schools for Girls; Frank J. Scully; Isaac Senter; Sumner Sewall; Joseph Shapiro; C.J. Shaw-MacKenzie; Re. Casual shoes; C.L. Sibley, re. cooking geese; Luise Sillcox; Edson Smith, re. Series E. bonds; Soldier's & Sailors' Club; E. Wilder Spaulding; Rodney S. Sprigg; Station WEEI, re. FM; Re. Steamer chairs; Woodbury Stevens; Ben Stinchfield; Frank Stone; Re. Storer Mansion; Julian Street; Louise H. Sturtevant; Mark Sullivan; Booth Tarkington; Annie Thayer; Milton S. Thompson; Milton S. Thompson; Donald B. Thurman

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Box: 62, Dates: August 1942-July 1943

Correspondence Books: Letters, Vol. 18: J. Sanger Attwill; J. Blair Abbott; John W. Abbott; Re. Thomas and Abijah; Agricultural Experiment Station; James B. Allen; Leo Allen, re. freezers bought from Sherwood; Sterling Allen & Lothrop; Allis-Chalmers Mfg. Co.; "America"; American Academy of Arts & Letters; American Antiquarian Society; American Magazine; L.C. Andrew, re. drain tiles and cellar wire; Angus & Robertson, statement; Brook M. Anspach; Architect of the Capitol; Jane Arnold, re. copy of "Arundel"; Stanley B. Attwood; O.C. Badger; Badger Extinguisher Co.; Re. Baffle; E. Sumner Bailey, re. rosettes; Herbert Baldwin; Bill Bancroft; Barclay's Bank Ltd.; re. U.S. Registered Accounts; Theodore Barrell; Robert Barry; Re. Beans; F. Russell Beebe; Richard Berenson; Henry Beston; Biographical Encyclopedia of the World; Same Blythe; Board of Economic Warfare, re. ban on books for Prisoners of War; Book-of-the-Month Club, re. sales of "Northwest Passage; Leroy Boston; Boston Public Library; Ella Bowles; Brackett & Shaw; Clarence S. Brigham, re. water closets; Brooks Bros.; David Brown, re. indictment in 1799; Steve Brown; William Marshall Bullitt; Mrs. Iva M. Burgess; Garnet Burlingame; Mildred Burrage; Re. Burro; Bank of N.T. Butterfield, statement; Bill Campbell; Scott Campbell; Re. Model canoe; J. S. Canner Co., re. Riley's Narrative; Re. "Capricornia"; Catholic Magazine American; Lester L. Cecil; Constance Charters; Re. Cheap editions; Cherry Hill Nurseries; Chicago Wheel & Mfg. Co., re. accessories for grinder; Bob Choate; Sister Choate; Clara Claasen; Barrett Clark; Thomas H. Clarke, re. ho-bo; Colby College; Joe Cole; W.A. R. Collins; Tom Costain; Frank Cowan; Curtis Brown; Gladys Dalton; Charles G. Dawes; Re. Deep Freeze; Department of Agriculture, Augusta; Jacob Devers; District Court of the U.S., Boston; Dog license; Joy Dow, Virginia Drew; Coert DuBois; Re. Ducks; Ann Dudley; William Eaton; Edwards & Walker; "Encore"; Fan letters: Graves, Benjamin, Boynton, Woods, Allen, Perkins, Levine, Grimaldi, Long, Barker, Fritz, Nelson, Ratner, Probst, Sgt. Eldredge, Rose, Eckhouse, Stork, Cervantes, Astbury, Heller, Murrau, Nason, Wilke, Gallagher, Piessler, Johnson, Powell; Farm Journal; Fifth Infantry Regiment, letter from chaplain; Filene's, re. lamps; Frank H. Firnchild; Clara N. Fogg; Foster Bros., re. frames; Ernest J. Freeman; Dick Fuller, Joseph A. Gainard; Arthur W. Gardner; Re. Geese; Arthur Gibbs; Gin recipe; Re. Goats; Earl Godwin, Re. Gold leaf; Janet Gould; "Gourmet"; Ferris Greenslet; Guggenheim Memorial Foundation; Gumps; Robert Hale; Barton Hall; Re. Harrow; Re. Hay; John V. Healy; Edible Herbs; Edwin J. Hipkiss, re. painters in 1898; Waldo C. Hogdon; E.W. Holland; Home Storage for Vegetables; Robert W. Howard; Fred Hubbs; V. Earl Irons; Malcolm Johnson; Melvin M. Johnson; H.I. Jordan; Gertrude Kelley; Isaiah Kelley; Kennebunkport High School; Frank King; King Features Syndicate; Henry LaCossitt; Patricia Lambert; Re. Lamps; David Lawrence; Re. Tobias Lear; Re. Haiti Leogane; Arthur Levine; Jay Lewis; Charles T. Libby; Library of Congress; Burford Lorimer; Graeme Lorimer; Re. "Lost Colony"; Raymond H. Lovejoy; James H. MacDonald; John P. Mack; Marine Corps Insignia; Joan Marion; Lawrence Martin; William Matthews, Seth McCormick; Mrs. W.N. McCrillis, re. peat moss; Carlton B. McCulloch; Mrs. James Hutchinson; Alfred McIntyre; Re. Metal plates; Herbert Middleton, re. tobacco; Marjorie Mills; George Minot; Montgomery Ward; Re Mushrooms; E. Ronald Nason; Leonard H. Nason; Mollie Nason. Re. Nason portrait; Stephen Nason; National Archives; National Archives Project, Rockland; National Broadcasting Company; Frank A. Nathan; Navy, re. loaned chart; "New York Times Book Review; Robert Livingston Nicholson; Leigh M. Nisbet; Re. Norden sight; "Northwest Passge"; Nugent & Gerson; Grace Lee Nute; Wallace Nutting; Harold Ober; Oil, record of our consumption; "Oliver Wiswell", Re. Osgoodites; Otis Point Property, re. offer to Navy; Pajamas; Parker House, re. bar glasses; Pastel Crayons; Re. Split peas; Peat Moss; Pebble Beach Property; R.W. Penley; Everett Perkins; Nathan Perry; Re. Pine Tree Blight; Re. Powder Horns: Re. Preference rating; Re. Rabbits; Re. U.S. Rangers; Refrigeration Corp of America; Marjorie Reynolds, re. writing authors; J.H. Robb; Nathan Robbins, re. ducks and geese; Roberts, re. genealogy; Kenneth Roberts; D. Kilham Roberts; Robert B. Rogers; Lucia Rollins; Sherwood Rollins; Edward Clary Root; H. Danforth Ross, re. Brennan bill; H.D. Rouzer; Re. John Royal; Sanitary Supply Company; "Saturday Evening Post"; Schrafft's, re. ducks; A.P. Schutze; Kenneth Scott; Re. Seashore Company's Property; James K. Seldon; Harold J. Shaw; Shaw's Market; C.J. Shaw-Mackenzie; E.E. Shumaker; C.L Sibley; Luise Sillcox; Re. Skunk cabbage; Mrs. Almon J. Smith, re. Japs; Edson B. Smith; Society for Authors; Soldiers and Sailors' Club; Donald Spencer; Stanley & Cadigan; Woodbury Stevens; Rex Stout; Julian Street; Supreme Judicial Court of Massachusetts, re. Thomas & Abijah Adams; Re. Swags and rosettes; Tackle and Fall; Re. Tank horses; Booth Tarkington; Mrs. T.A. Terry; Charles Thompson; Thresher & Kelley; G.D. Tilley; Tire Certificate; Re. Tobacco; Rachel I. Towne; Re. Translation of books; Treasury Department; "Trending into Maine," re. sales; Irita van Doren; United States Department of the Interior; University of Maine; Dorothy Vaughan; Marjorie Wagner; War Manpower Commission, re. shortage of labor on farms; War Production Board, re. tackle and fall; Christopher L. Ward; Dale Warren; Re. Watches; Water Analysis; Robert S. Watson; T.W. Watson, manuscript; W.B. Ward, re. home storage of vegetables; Carl J. Weber; Webhannet Golf Club; WEEI Food Fair Magazine; Weekly Sales; Herbert F. West; Re. Whiskey glasses; Wallace H. White; Wide World Features, Max Wilkinson; Ben Williams; Floss Williams; Re. Wood baskets; Re. Wood carving tools; Writer's War Board; Yamanaka, re. Tang horses; A.N. Ziegler

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Box: 63, Dates: July 1943-June 944

Correspondence Books: Letters, Vol. 19: Abercrombie & Fitch; Edward K. Aldrich, Jr.; Hervey Allen; Sterling Allen & Lothrop; American Antiquarian Society; "American Cookery'; "American Magazine"; American Red Cross; L.D. Andrew, re. pipe; Brooke M. Anspach; Re. Antiquamania; "Armed Services Editions"; Re. Arnold Benedict; Jane Arnold; "Arundel"; J. Sanger Attwill; Re. Baha'I writings; Frank Bailey; Herbert Baldwin; L.C. Balfour, re. K.P.B. keys; Bill Bancroft; LeBaron R. Barker; Bell & Gosset Co.; Henri Benoit; Richard A. Berenson; R.B. Billings; Richard Bishop; Alton H. Blackington; Bobb-Merrill Co., re. sales of early books; Alice D. Bond; Book-of-the-Month Club; Boston Public Library; Bowdoin DKE House; Eragdon Paint Company; Marie Breazeale, re. GMF; Jesse H. Buffum, re. Jared Eliot; Builders Specialty & Hardware Company; Garnet J. Burlingame, re. crossing of Owen Stanley Range in New Guinea; Bank of N.T. Butterfield; Harry F. Byrd; John W. Carey; Constance Charters; William C. Chatman; Chemical Warfare Service; Cherry Hill Nurseries; Chinese Treasure Centre, re. T'ang stone horses; Bob Choate; Church Company; Clara Claasen; William Bell Clark; Re. Coffee and sugar cane; Colby College, re. exhibit; C.H. Cole & Sons, re. Fine Arts Policy; W.A.R. Collins; George P. Connolly; George Cressey, re. puppy; Crow Poison Recipe; Cedric Crowell; Curtis Brown, Ltd.; J.N. Darling; Walter G. Davis, re. typing; Jackson DeMary; Joseph Dine; Display window of books; Doubleday, Doran & Company, re. "Captain Caution" for "Armed Services Editions"; Nelson Doubleday, re. Malcolm; Joy Dow; Monroe Dreher; Ducks; Olaf Dwinal; Re. Eagle; Editorial "Aries"; S.B. Eckert; David Ehrlich; Robert L. Eichelberger; James S. Elston; Charles Ewing; Fan letters: Bartram, Hazen, Miller, Rickabaugh, Clark, Allen, Taylor, Wood, Dutfield, Rogers, Cecil, Cousins, Downing, Gancy, Probst, McCarthy, Jacobs, Cohen, Boulton, Maynard, Davis, Thing, Gregory, Byers, Weiss, Johnston, Caldwell & Boyd, Boulton; Tibbetts, Denmen, Barry, Williams, Walker, Watts, Bryden, Farrell, Fortescue, Pingrey, Kissack, Nason, Deshon, Kelley, Davis, Stevens, Walter, Paige, Hayes, Colule, Schmitz, Bullett, Emerson, Shapiro, Sproull, Morgan; E.H. Faulkner; State of New Hampshire, Fish & Game Department; Fix It Shop; Re. Freezer; Alvan T. Fuller; Peter Fuller; Gardner Seed Co.; Arthur Gibbs; Re. Gin testing; Girl who knew Bobby Brennan; Earl Godwin; Goodspeed's Book Shop; Wilbur Godwin; John Gould; Gravely Motor Plow & Cultivator Co.; Re. Painting by Abbot Graves; Ferris Greenslet; A.L. Gump, re. hotel; Emily Hahn; Agnes Hale; Robert Hale; Martha Fuller Halsey; Harper & Brothers, re. sales of "Europe's Morning After" and "Florida"; William Harvey, re. dog clipper; Hawks, facts about Jack Miner; Re. Hay; Hay baler (Lurich); Edwin J. Hipkiss, re. painting restorer; Waldo C. Hodgdon; Rackham Holt; B.N. Holtham; Ernest M. Hopkins; Robert W. Howard; M.G. Huber; Rupert Hughes; Re. Icons; Re. Incinerators; Interwoven Stocking Company; Inventory of Rocky Pasture; Re. Italian Hydrographic Chart; Johnson Cactus Gardens; Re. Paintings of Eastman Johnson; Malcolm Johnson; Joint Committee of the National Capitol; Isaiah S. Kelley; Kellogg Mann Corp.; Fred Kelly; Kennebunkport Library; Frank King; Elizabeth S. Kingsley; Re. Kudzu Vine; Henry LaCossitt; John O. LaGorce; Re. Lally's pup; David Lawrence; Samuel A. Levine; Jay Lewis, Library of Congress; Lighthouse Paint Formula; Victor H. Lindlahr; Little, Brown & Company, royalty statement; Liquor Mart; Battell Loomis; Milton E. Lord; Raymond H. Lovejoy; Alfred Lowe; Lucas Tree Export Company; Eugene MacDonald; Maine Library Association Bulletin; Maine State Library; Manitoban; Paul Manship, re. terra cotta; John Marchi; John P. Marquand; Lawrence Martin; Massachusetts Horticultural Society; David Maxham; Warren McArthur; Carlton B. McCulloch; Alfred McIntyre; Helen McIntyre; Jesse Merritt; Re. Metallic Tractors; Military Historical Society of Massachusetts; Marjorie Mills; Jack Miner; Paul D. Moody, Robert H. Morris; W.E. Mullins; Re. Mussles; Henry H. Nason; Leonard H. Nason; R.F. Nason; Stephen Nason; National Institute of Arts and Letters; National Library for the Blind; National Sailors' Home; Adelaide Neall; N.J. Cooperative Extension Work; Leigh M. Nisbet; "Northwest Passage"; Harold Ober; "Oliver Wiswell"; Onions; "Our Dogs"; Owls; Owl piece in "Kennebunkport Star"; Irvine H. Page; Re. Red paint; Re. Pajamas; Parke, Davis & Co., re. Taka-Combex; Parker Pen Co.; Henry Parsons; Katherine Pediconi; Westbrook Pegler; Pejepscot Paper Company; S.H.P. Pell; Frazier F. Peters; Pig Account; Pine Cobble School, Williamstown; Re. "Pigsdale Wall"; Re. Plowing; "Plowman's Folly"; Pocket Book Inc.; Julian A. Pollak; Louis Porteous; Porteous, Mitchell & Braun; William N. Porter; Re. Pulpwood; Re. Queensbury booklet; Rationing Board; Reed & Barton; Douglas Rigby; F.E. Rimbach; Ham Robb; D. Kilham Roberts; Grace Roberts; Jesse M. Roberts; Kenneth Roberts; Roy Roberts; Sherwood Rollins; Romanes and Paterson; David Rubinstein; Harold G. Rugg; List of savings bonds; Sea Shore Co.; Second National Bank of Boston; John L. Senior; Harold J. Shaw; Clifford K. Shipton; Shirts, re. new collars; Frank B. Shutts; Luise Sillcox; Arthur Sinnott; Gertrude Louise Small; Edson Smith; Society of Authors; Song Lists; Snow Boots; Spain; Spring Analysis; St. George Property; Harry Staton; Frank Stone; Rex Stout; Mrs. Frank Streeter, re. pup; Tailor; N.B. Tarkington, editorial; Helen A. Taylor, re. term 'down east'; Thresher & Kelley; "Time" Magazine; Re. Gravely Tractor; "Trending Into Maine," review; Robert P. Turner; Robert Uihlein; U.S. Department of Agriculture; U.S. Gypsum Company; Vieweg; War Department; Re. War Savings Bonds; Frances E. Waterhouse; WEEI Food Fair Magazine; Weekly Sales Slips; Herbert F. West; C. Richard Whittemore; Arthur M. Wiggin; Ben Williams; Floss Williams; Imogene Wolcott; Writers' War Board

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Box: 64, Dates: April 1944-March 1945

Correspondence Books: Letters, Vol. 20: Re. Adco; U.S. Department of Agriculture, re. Thomas Jefferson; Hervey Allen; Allen, Sterling & Lothrop; American Antiquarian Society; American Geographical Society; American Legion, re. its history; Brooke Anspach; Answer Man (Bruce Chapman); "Antiques," re. Pennsylvania Dutch design; Re. Apple Fruit Fly; "Armed Services Editions," re. "Arundel"; Re. Arnold Benedict; Re. Arthritis Cure; Artists materials; Re. Asparagus; J. Sanger Attwill; Stanley B. Attwood; Sherman Atwill, re. numerology; Authors' Research Service; Endiciones Ayma, re. Spanish rights to "Northwest Passage"; Gregory Baker (Department of Forestry), re. Great Works; Charles Baldwin; Herbert Baldwin; Re. Balers; William Bancroft; Lee Barker; Ross Bartley; Bronson Batchelor; Bauer & Black, re. Jap cotton; L.L. Bean; Min Beaton, re. Loyalists; Bell & Gossett Co.; Alex Bender; Mashie Berenson; Richard A. Berenson; Carroll T. Berry; Romeyn Berry; Alfred Bethune; Ralph Billings; Alton H. Blackington; C.K. Bolton; Alice D. Bond; Re. Borax; Boston Public Library; Clarence Brigham; British Society of Authors; J. Fred Bradford; Leroy C. Brown; Jesse H. Buffum; Bank of NT Butterfield; Frank Buxton; Jim Campbell; Cherry Hill Nurseries; Chi Psi Lodge, Bowdoin; "Chicago Daily Tribune"; Childress Army Air Field; Re. China fly catchers; Robert Choate; Church Co.; Judith Chase Churchill; Clara Claasen; Howard Clute; Colby Junior College; C.H. Cole & Sons; Fred B. Collins; W.A.R. Collins; Columbia University, re. early agricultural books; Sam E. Connor; Re. Copper; Cornell Club; Coronet Magazine; Thomas B. Costain; "Country Gentlemen"; John Houston Craige, re. Crete a Pierrot; Wingate Cram; Re. Traps for crows; Sam Crowther; Bill Cunningham; Guy Cunningham, Re. D.D.T.; Frederick W. Damon; Bernard DeVoto; Re. Diamond smuggling; Re. Dog clipper; Nelson Doubleday; Joy Dow; Downs Lumber Co.; Coert DuBois; Re. Ducks; Charles L. Durham; Dynamite permit; Eagle dimensions; Paul Eaton; R.L. Eichelberger; Milton Ellis, re. burning of Christmas trees on Washington's birthday; Ray D. Everson; Charles Ewing; Fan letters: Clark, Rickabaugh, Knoll, Philbrick, Moore, Young, Downing; Kilbourne; Roderick, Coryell, Clarke, Osterhouse, Lamson, Houston, Nazzaro, Monroe; Downing, Sheean, Pattee, Sweet, Pease & Lorigan, Lingenfelter, Bodner, Shinney, Drew, Abbott, Wainwright, Frizzell, Kinsey, Waller, Conant, Prince, Joy, re. autographs, King, Roce, re. special editions, Probst, Selman, Nason, Morgan, Pugsley, Hunter, McKeigne, Buffum, Moulton, Tebbetts, Neunhauser, Murray, May Guerin, Laurence, Demary, Kinsey, Hall, Wiswell, Compton, Duffy, John, Price, Carbone, Holmes, Schandler, Abbott, Roberts, Keating, Bradley, Seamen, Madlener, Luney, Erskine, re. Arnold's guns, McInnis, Hoyt, Thom, Green; Fan letters, re. Karl Pfeiffer; Fish cakes recipes; Helen Hortness Flanders, re. ballad; George Flynn, re, numerology; Donald Forte; Orville Forte; Lewis Gannett; Gannett Publishing Co., re. radio listings; Jesse B. Gay; Arthur Gibbs; Earl Goodwin, Re. Gold braid; Albert T. Gould; George Graves, Ferris Greenslet; John Gunther; Robert Hale; Richard Hallet; John W. Hanes; William C. Harllee; Harper & Brothers; Horace Hildreth; Eddie Hill; George S. Hobbs; Ernest M. Hopkins; Roy Howard; "Hunting and Fishing Magazine"; A.J. Huston; Re. Repair of ice bucket; Independent Voters' Protest Committee; Re. Insecticides; F.B. Jameson; Frank Jamison; Translation of Jap flag; John McCormick, Inc.; Malcolm Johnson; E.H. Jones, re. Blueboy; Jordan Marsh Co.; Hugh Kahler; Paul Kneeland; John O. LaGorce; David Lawrence; Re. Tobias Lear; Samuel A. Levine; Jay Lewis; Library of Congress; Liquor Mart; Dan Longwell; Milton Lord; Laura Loudon; Raymond Lovejoy; Luigi Lucioni; Florence H. Ludlum; Maine Republican Finance Committee; Harvard L. Mann; Jesse Martin, re. birthplace of American Revolution; John Marquand; McBride &Co.; Carlton B.McCulloch; Alfred R. McIntyre; C.W. Meade; Jean Meagher; Re. Melba Toast; Jesse Merritt; Demetrius Michalaros; Middlebury College; A.R. Midgley; Military Hospital Society; Marjorie Mills, re. tinkers; Minnie Mills; Monsanto Chemical; Robert H. Morris; Re. Moving pictures in the home; Mt. Hermon School; Museum of Fine Arts; Re. Mushrooms; Mystery of Forked Twig article; Leonard Nason; E.R. Nason; R.F. Nason; Stephen Nason; National Geographic Magazine; National Institute of Arts and Letters; National War Fund; Adelaide Neall; Jack Neiburg; O.M. Nelson; New England Historical Genealogical Society; New England Toro Company; New Jersey Agricultural Experiment Station; "New Yorker"; Nicolson's, re. coat for Anna; "New York Times Book Review"; Re. Numerology; Harold Ober; Neal O'Hara; Re. "Oliver Wiswell"; Re. Owls; John J. Parsons; William Patterson (Hill School); S.H.P. Pell; Re. Pennsylvania Dutch Designs; Perrin & Thompson Groves; Perry Iron & Metal Co.; Frazier F. Peters; Phi Beta Kappa Associates; Philadelphia Museum of Art; Philadelphia Record, re. Charles Lee; "Pirates of the Farmyard"; Re. Portraits, "Kennebunkport Star"; Purdy Optician; M.M. Quaife, re. American Lake Series; Red Cross certificate; Robert Reed; Republican National Committee; Marjorie Reynolds; J.B. Rhine, re. water dowsing; Rifles; Frederick E. Rimbach; D. Kilham Roberts; Ken Roberts; Kenneth Roberts; N.H. Roberts; Lillian Robins; Sherwood Rollins; Roosevelt Cartoons; Leona Rostenberg; John F. Royal; Harold G. Rugg; Alexander Ruthven (University of Michgan); William J. Schaldach; Harold Shaw; C.L. Sibley; Sigma Chi Magazine; Carl R. Smith; Edson B. Smith; Song list; E. Wilder Spaulding; Spaulding-Moss; S.S. Pierce Co., re. scotch; Sy. George River property, re. listing for sale; John Stark, re. commission; Re. Sugar cane; Swedish Consul General, re. taxes; N.B. Tarkington; Leroy Taylor; Thresher & Krllry; Charles Torielli; "Trending into Maine," reviews; Betty Trotter; Sophie Kerr Underwood; U.S.S. A.P.L. 34; U.S. Department of the Interior, live stock report; U.S. Gyspsum Co.; Glen Vail, re. gold braid; Irita van Doren; Dorothy Vaughan; Veterans Administration, re. insurance; F.G. Vickers, re. rifles; Victory and withholding tax refund; Edith Visconti; Edward J. Vogeler; Dale Warren; Water Dowsing; Guy L. Webster; Weekly Sales Slip; Austin Welch; Herbert F. West; Arnold G. Westerberg; Wallace H. White, re. mural; Ben Williams; Russell C. Williams; Floss Williams; Margaretta Willing; Franklin H. Wood, re. George River property; Writers War Board

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Box: 65, Dates: March-November 1945

Correspondence Books: Letters, Vol. 21: Carl W. Ackerman; Allen, Sterling & Lothrop; American Antiquarian Society; American Forests; American Legion; Rule for antiquing copper; "Armed Services Editions"; Arrow Upholstery Company; Arthur K. Dearborn Insurance Co.; "Arundel," re. Edward Morrill; J. Sanger Attwill; Augusta College Club; Authors' League of America; Avon Book Company; Herbert L. Baldwin; Bill Bancroft; Lee Barker; M.J. Barker; Mrs. Robert Barton; L.L. Bean; Min Beaton, re. fish dealer; Belfast Packing Company; Bell & Howell Company; Richard Berenson; Ralph Billings; Alton H. Blackington, Re. Bluebelle; Re. Bomoseen; Alice D. Bond; Royal Boston, Jr.; Boston Book Fair; Boston Boot Makers; Boston Public Library; Clarence S. Brigham; Ernest L. Brigham; Brooks Brothers, re. ice bucket and shirts; Leroy C. Brown; Hamp Bryant, re. General Sturgis; Jesse H. Buffum; Erskine Caldwell; Henry S. Canby; "Captain Caution"; Philip D. Carman; "Re. Cats-eyes; Frank Chamberlain; Walter Channing; Bruce Chapman; Charts of discounts on Doubleday books; Cherry Hill Nurseries; Robert Choate; Sister Choate; Clara Claasen; Howard M. Clute; C.H. Cole, re. insurance for Brennan house; W.A.R. Collins; Sam E. Conner; Copper, re. coloring and finishing; Arnaldo Cortesi; Frank I. Cowan; Curtis Brown; Re. DDT; Re. Dandelions; Dartmouth College Library; Chester L. Dawes; Bradley Dewey; Mrs. William Dexter; Re. Dogfish; Nelson Doubleday; Joy Dow; Downes Lumber Company; Coert DuBois; Editorial, Food ad Farm Labor; Robert L. Eichelberger; Charles Ewing; H. Faber; Fan letters: Clair, Thom, Abbott, Kerswill, Luter, Faust, Hoyt, Koemig, Peltier, Lerman, Barry, Pfeiffer, Lawrence, Wenneis, Hatch, Holter, Poston, Marshall, Stevens; Scott, Edminster, Tichacek, Berkove, Humphrey, Rousseau, Pew, McIver, Rehm, Powell, Twombly, Hayes, Davis, Nason, St. John, Killam, Barnes, Hemler, Tricebock, Jeffrey, Hayes, Zimmermann, Ellis, Mrs. Champlin, Harpur, inmate of lunatic asylum, John Packard, Donald Packard, Boyd, Woodings, Bramon, Alves; E.H. Faulkner; Re. Fertilizer distributer; Franklin L. Fisher; Fog; Re. Fort Wentworth; Fred Eldean Organization, re. hobbies; French Spoliation Claims; Marion Cobb Fuller; Re. Article on fur-bearing fish; Garden chart of plantings; Jesse B. Gay, re. Gus; B. Gerson & Company, re. pajamas; Arthur Gibbs; Harvey D. Gibson; Ginsburg & Levi, re. mirrors; Re. Gold braid; Goodspeed's Book Shop; Albert T. Gould; R.E. Gould; Jadwiga Grabowski, Ferris Greenslet; Re. Gus; Robert Hale; T. Truxton, Hare Jr.; Re. Harrowing; Re. Electric hair dryer; Frank Higgins; Bill Hill; Ernest Hoftyzer; Ernest Martin Hopkins; American Youth Hostels; A.J. Huston; Institute Francais de Washington; Fred Jennings; John Powell & Company, re. DDT dust; M.A. Johnson (Rutgers University), re. tomatoes; Malcolm Johnson; Hugh Kahler; Kennebunkport Post Office Mural; Frank King; John Oliver LaGorce; Leo Lerman, re. Highways of the World; Jay Lewis, Library of Congress, re. French Spoliation Claims; Rod Littlefield; Liquor Mart; Milton Lord; Joseph Louis; Raymond Lovejoy; Lucas Tree Company; Maine Publicity Bureau; Re. Maps; MIT Library, re. Arundel collection; MTQ; A.N. Marquis Company; Grace E. Hutchinson; Alfred McIntyre; Re. Melba toast; Robert H. Morris; Ira Mosher; Mt. Hermon School; Hugh Munro, re. fishing place in Florida; Re. 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Atlantic salmon; Re. Scythe blades; Bonar Seaforth; Seashore Company; W.N. Seaver; Bill for shad; Harold J. Shaw; Ruth Shipley; Clifford K. Shipton; Re. Shirts; Shreve, Crump & Low, re. identification bracelet; Luise Sillcox; Fred Simpach; Re. Shoes; Edson Smith; Alex Smith; Re. Song list; State of Maine, Department of Health and Wellness, re. springs; State of Maine Industries; State Police; F.H. Steinmetz, re. mushrooms; Philip van Doren Stern; Woodbury Stevens, re. price for Seashore Co. land; Julian Street; Sam D. Sturgis; Celia H. Sturtesvant; "The Reader"; Re. Tomatoes; John H. Underhill; University of Maine, Department of Forestry; University of Vermont (John S. Millis); U.S. Department of Agriculture (Soil Conservation); Van Alen; Dale Warren; Re. George Washington's dentist; Water Analysis; Weekly Sales Slip; Wallace H. White; Ben Ames Williams; Floss Williams; Williams Book Store; Russell Williams, re. Bluebelle; "Woman's Day Magazine"; Eugene J. Woods; Writer's War Board; Re. N.C. Wyeth; Yale University Press, re. St. Mery book

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Box: 66, Dates: November 1945-June 1946

Correspondence Books: Letters, Vol. 22: Alder fly; Allen, Hervey, re. Bermuda; Allen, Sterling & Lothrop; American Antiquarian Society; American Consulate General, Bermuda; American Legion (Jones); "American Legion Magazine"; American Library in Paris; American Museum of Natural History; John S. Ames, re. Bevin harrow; Elliott Arnold; Art in America; Associated Magazine Contributors; J.Sanger Attwill; Re. Author's agents; Authors' League of America, re. low-cost reprints; Lydia Bailey; Herbert Baldwin; Howard Baldwin; Owen Baldwin, re. quick reading; William Bancroft; Bank of N.T. Butterfield & Son; Re. History of Bar Harbor; Barclays Bank Ltd.; J. Neilson Barry, re. "Northwest Passage"; E. Ross Bartley; John Baxter; Belfast Packing Company; Henri Benoit; Richard Berenson; Romeyn Berry; Al Bethune; A.S. Bevin; Ralph Billings; Douglas Black; Alton H. Blackington; Sam Blythe; Alice D. Bond; Book Fair pictures; Edward T. Booth; Boston Public Library; Brackett & Shaw, re. Bevin harrow; Re. Jim Braddock; Marie Breazeale; Ralph Brett, re. nylons; M.V. Brewington; Re. Bronze dogs; Jesse H. Buffum; Mildred Campbell; Caroline Black Bass Hatchery; Hugh J. Casey; Re. Joshua Chamberlain; Donald D. Chandler, re. Cletracs and harrows; Frank Chase; W. Linwood Chase; Re. Cheese; Cherry Hill Nurseries; Chicen Haddie (Tidmarsh); Re. Chinook winds; Robert Choate; Judith C. Churchill; City Sales Co.; Clara Claasen; Robert P.T. Coffin; Joseph T. Cole, re. young writer; W.A.R. Collins; Warren H. Colson, re. Eichelberger covers; Sam E. Conner; Connors Brothers, re. chicken haddie; P.V. Corey, re . repair of tennis court; Mrs. John O'Hara Cosgrave; T.B. Costain; Wingate Cram; Merle Crowell; Bill Cunningham, re. Gainard story; Barton Currie; M.E. Dodds; Nelson Doubleday; Double-Crosstic; Joy Dow; Coert DuBois; Roland Eddy; Edwards & Walker; Robert L. Eichelberger; Woods B. Elliott, re. ornamental grid iron; Ray D. Everson; Charles Ewing; Fairbanks Morse Co.; Fan Letters: Keegan, Brown, Hawley, Lincoln, Boulton; Hutchins, Zendt, Almy, Judge Cecil, Daniels, Wright, Howard, Westerling, Ramey, Hayward, Martin, Thirkell, McNamara, Phillips, Spaulding, Glover, Pfeiffer, Prall, Poor, Jones, Saunders, Teegarden, Pierce, Alexander, Gage, Helmond, Wussow, Harvey, Franklin, Dodds, Crawford, Paul, Winslow, Morse, Sheldon, Sloth, Seaman, Brugler, Foss, Harvey, Hopkins, Winkley, Hennessey, Folson, Hamblem, Mason, Leach, Scott, Neuhauser, Lord, Lakers, Shaughnessy, Hatch, Baron, Seveney, Mahoney, Lyons, Mobley, Gardiner, Arnold, Stevens, Bigelow, Grover, Wood, Martin; Farmers Guide; Re. Figs; Florida State Prison; Sol M. Flock; Re. French dictionaries; J.F. Fulton, re. syringe; Charles E. Funk; Charles W. Furlong; Ed Gardner (Duffy's Tavern); Jesse Gay, re. Gus; S.E. Gemmer (Forest City Motor Company); Arthur Gibbs; Edward T. Gibson; Waldo F. Groton, re. Groton, VT; Earl Godwin; Re. "Good Maine Food"; R.E. Gould, re. his book; "Gourmet"; Madison Grant; Indian River Grapefruit (Schuyler Jackson); Harold I. Goss, re. auto plates; Grossman (surplus materials); Gump's re. hotel; Re. Gus; Robert Hale; E.P. Hamilton; Harrows; Walter M. Hatch; John Hennessey; S.G. Henry; Henry Stevens Son & Stiles; Edwin J. Hipkiss; Hiroshima, atomic bombing; Philip G. Hodge; Ernest Hoftyzer; Edward Holland; William Holt; Re. Hornpout; M.H. Huber, re. tractors; Rupert Hughes; Re. Ice bucket; Malcolm Johnson; Richard Seelye Jones; Ida Jean Kain; Kennebunkport Library; Kennel Crier, re. Lakenlands; "Kenneth Roberts Readers"; Kimball Union Academy, re. founder; Paul Kneeland (Boston Globe); Alfred A. Knopf, re. Edward Booth; Michael Kwapiszewski; John O. LaGorce; Frank H. Lahey; R.R. Lally; Arthur A. Lambert; J. David Larson; Dorothy W. Lathrop; Glenn A. Lawrence, re. dogfish; Virginia Lawrence; Jay Lewis; Library of Congress; Re. License plates; Liquor Mart; "Lively Lady"; George C. Lord; Milton Lord; Raymond Lovejoy; Lucas Tree Company; Florence Ludlum; Maine State Library; Re. Marina Nunez del Prado; Margaret Mitchell Marsh; Harold Marshall; A.N. Marquis Co,.; MIT; Charles McClumpha; Alfred McIntyre; L.C. McPherson; Ralph D. Meaney; Herbert H. Middleton; Re. Windmills; Marjorie Mills; Stewart L. Mims; Carl Moore; Robert H. Morris; E.R. Nason; Virginia Moseer; R.F. Nason; Stephen Nason; National Geographic Society, re. material loaned; Navy Department: Office of Naval Records and Library; John S. Newberry, Jr.; New York State Historical Association; Norton, Lilly & Co., steamship brokers, re. harrows; "Nut Brown Maiden," re. song; Nut Letter, Dr. Johannes Johannsen; Mary G. Nye; Harold Ober; Charles Ober; Old Print Exchange, re. Audubon; Omnibook; Oriental Rug Shop; Vrest Orton, re. figs; Victor H. Paltsits; Re. Hungarian Paprika; Katherine Pediconi; S.H.P. Pell; Phoebe; Anne L. Pierce; Dried white pine, re. piece left over from eagle; Henry Pleasants, re. St. Germain powder; Richard K. Polimer; Re. Potatoes; Robert H. Prael; Quincy-Grossman Surplus Company, re. grates; Quiz Kids, Fishman, Williams; Description of Army rations; Reader's Digest; Ribbons, Winder & Sons; E.C. Ricker; Kenneth Roberts; N.H Roberts; David O. Rodick, re, history of Bar Harbor; Sherwood Rollins; H.D. Ross; John F. Royal; C.B. Rugg, re. Admiral Kimmel; George C. Rupp; Sagadahoc Fertilizer Co.; Samuel Goldwyn Productions; Schroeder Foundation; Harold J. Shaw; Andrew Sherburne, re. his "Memoirs"; Ruth B. Shipley, re. Haiti; Edson Smith, re. Aviation Corporation; Smithsonian Institute, re. mang and mauve; Piece about soil erosion; Speaking offers, Davis; S.S. Pierce, re. prices of gins; Re. St. George property; Re. St. Germain property; A. Stainforth; Re. Steel stamp; Philip van Doren Stern, re, "Northwest Passage"; Woodbury Stevens; Re. Moreau St. Mery; Everett C. Stone; Stone & Dower; Wesley S. Stout; Mrs. J.S. Sturtevant, re. book she is writing; S.D. Sturgis; "Sure Shot," timber killer; Swiss Colony cheese; Booth Tarkington; Susie Tarkington; Mrs. Bert Taylor, re. Walt Kuhn; Re. Repair of tennis court; The Oliver Store; James M. Thomson; William Thomson, re. Arabic-English books; Re. Tomatoes; Re. Synthetic topsoil; Re. Tractors; Re. Transatlantic; Betty Trotter; U.S. Camera Magazine; U.S. Department of Agriculture; U.S. Department of Interior, re. hornpout; U.S. Information Service, re. publishing in Yugoslavia; Universal Pictures Company, re. "Lydia Bailey"; University of Washington; Steven L. Vanderveer; Re. Dorothy Vaughan; Veterans Surplus & Salvage Company; Mrs. Warren Vining; Robert C. Vose, Jr.; Jonathan M. Wainwright; Anthony Wallace, re. an officer in Roger's Rangers; Re. Water Dowsing; Ice Waterman; Louis A. Webster, re. Jesse Buffum; Weekly Sales Slip; Re. Welsh Terriers; John Dorman West; Whittlesey House; Max Wilkinson; Ann Williams; Ben Williams; Williams; WLAW; Eugene J. Woods; Writer's War Board; Andrew Wyeth; Yale University Press; Yale University School of Medicine, re. syringe; Yuban Coffee

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Box: 67, Dates: June 1946-March 1947

Correspondence Books: Letters, Vol. 23: Alvaro Perez Peydro, re. Spanish rights; American Legion (Richard J. Jones); American Library Association; American Writers Association; L.C. Andrew, re. poultry wire; Elliott Arnold; Associated Magazine Contributors; Authors' League of America, re. Mark Twain Society; Autograph hunters; Evelyn Griswold Baer; Lake Baldridge; Herbert Baldwin; Howard Baldwin; William Bancroft; Bank of N.T. Butterfield & Son; Lee Barker; Lord Baecroft; John Baecroft, re. "Lydia Bailey"; Richard A. Berenson; Rym Berry; Allister Bevin, re. subterranean clover; Leland Bickford; Re. Billboards; Ralph E. Billings; Douglas Black (Doubleday); Alton H. Blackington; Bobb-Merrill Company, re. history of American Legion; Alice D. Bond; Book Stores; Boston Boot Makers; "Boston Herald"; Boston Public Library; "Boston Transcript"; Leslie Boswell; Mrs. William Aspenwall Bradley, re. "Northwest Passage," publication rights for France; Erd Brandt; Marie Breazeale; G.P. Bratt, Jr., re. "Forever Amber"; M.V. Brewington, re. "Barber Wars"; Brick Store Museum; Re. Bronze letters and casting; Donald Bryant; Jesse H. Buffum; Frank Buxton; Scott Campbell; Re. Cement mixer; Re. Ch'i-in; Robert Choate; Harold Christie; Clara Claasen; Cletrac's; Re. Subterranean clover; Howard Clute; Colby College; Lincoln Concord; Joe Cole; W.A.R. Collins; Re. "Constitution"; Corey; Cornell University; Arnaldo Cortesi; Esta Cosgrave, re."Rabble" portraits; Wingate Cram; Cedric R. Crowell; Bill Cunningham; Mrs. Robert Curry; Curtis Brown; Dartmouth College Library; Department of State (Sally Nash), re. broadcasting "Northwest Passage"; Dessalines, re. opera; Bernard DeVoto; DeWolfe & Fiske; Re. Dieting piece; Double-Crosstics, (Helen Barker); Doubleday basic book list; Nelson Doubleday; Joy Dow; Coert DuBois; Paul Eaton; Robert L. Eichelberger; Eli Lilly & Company (Nicholas Noyes); Fairbanks, Morse & Company; Fan letters: Ray, Field, Ansprenger; Sullivan, Maling; Schmidt; Foley, Hants, Law, Culverwell, O'Grady, Barr, McKnight, Ogden, Dolbec, Barnes, Elie, Wilson, Martin, Hatch, Dale, Sawyer, Sweet, Andrews, Lomas, Allen, Branch, Hanson, Whelan, McPhail, Charters, MacEachron, St. Paul, Reese Wolfe, Robinson, Patterson, Dornuf, Hatfield, Stinson, Rantoul, Greening, Thomson, Petges; Faustina Orner Associates; Franklin Fisher; Rosita McGrath Forbes; Re. Foreign rights; Re. "Forever Amber"; Gladys Foster, re. play she's written on Haiti; Mrs. Maximilian Foster; Funk & Wagnalls Co.; Furniture maker in Saco; Geigy Co., insecticides; Arthur Gibbs; Donald G. Glascoff (American Legion); Mabel L. Gooch; George T. Goodspeed, re. hummingbird book; "Gourmet"; Ferris Greenslet; Re. Guns; Robert Hale, re. Spoliation Claims; A.R. Hales; Harold A. Webber Post; Will H. Hays; "Hecate County," review; Iron hinges; Rupert Hughes; International Mark Twain Society; Jadwiga; Invitations; John Jamieson, re. Army library service; Johnny Appleseed's Inc.; Malcolm Johnson; Hugh MacNair Kahler; Ida Jean Kain; Kennebunkport High School, re. books; Kimball Arms Company; Joe Kindig; John O. LaGorce; Fred Leake; Re. John Ledyard; Charles Lee; Jay Lewis; Library of Congress; Edward Lindeman; Literary Guild of America; Little, Brown & Company; Milton Lord; Louis T. Graves Memorial Library; Raymond H. Lovejoy; "Lydia Bailey"; Magazine of Sigma Chi; Maine Coast Fisherman; Maine State Library; J. Manka; Elizabeth Foster Mann; Howard Martin; John Marquand; James H. Matthews & Company, re. bronze letters; Ken McCormick; Catherine McEntyre; Alfred McIntyre; Samuel Mendum, re. book censorship; Metropolitan Museum of Art; George Minot; Paul D. Moody; Elizabeth C. Moore; Re. Moreau de St. Mery; Robert Morris; Jane Mosser; Motion Picture Association; William Murphy; Stephen Nason; Nassau Aviation Company; "Nassau Guardian"; National Better Business Bureau, re. Mark Twain Society; National Institute of Arts and Letters; Naval Historical Foundation; Adelaide Neall; Gordon Nelles, Guy P; Newcomb, re. pearls; New York Historical Society; New York Society Library, re. Valley Forge; Re. Nylon rope; Harold Ober, Ocean National Bank; Packard Motor Company, re. station wagon; Charles Parsons, S.H.P.Pell; Perfectly Satisfied Pipe Smokers; O.P. Peterson; Joe Plante; Henry Pleasants; Re. Joel Poinsett; Richard K. Polimar; Re. Postcards; Princess Sue Razumowska; R.K.O. Radio Pictures. Inc.; Record American, re. smut in literature; Howell Rees; William G. Renwick, re. guns; Re. Revolutionary Flint-lock; Louise Richardson; Re. Rifles; D. Kilham Roberts; Grace T. Roberts; Kenneth Roberts; Ernest Robinson, re. Revolutionary rifle; Re. Rototiller; Royal Bank of Canada, Nassau; Cranger Ryan, re. Moreau; Re. Ry-Krisps; Harry P. Sands; Stafford Sands, Sr.; Sanford, Florida, re. real estate agents; Satterlee, Warfield & Stephens, re. Ken's will; John L. Sawyer. re. use of St. George property by boy scouts; Joseph T. Sayward, re. billboards; Stuart Shaffer; Ray Shaw; Ruth Shipley; Luise Sillcox; Belle Fitzgerald Smith; Society of Authora; Julian Street; Thank-you notes; "The Author and Journalist," re. author's agents; The Oliver Store, re. tractors; "This Week Magazine"; Re. St. George property; State Liquor Commission; State of Maine Information Bureau; Lowell Thomas; Harold Tittmann; Trader Vic; Treasury Department, Customs Bureau; U.S. Gypsum Company; U.S. Information Service (Philip Hodge); University of Washington; State of Maine Publicity Bureau; F.H. Steinmetz, re. bluegrass; Woodbury Stevens; R.W.G. Vail; Stephen L. Vanderveer; Robert VanGelder; Dorothy Vaughan; Edward J. Vogeler; Dale Warren; Re. Water Divining; Weekly Sales Slips; Re. Welsh terriers; Ben Ames Williams; Ben Ames Williams, Jr.; Edmund Wilson; Carlton Yarnall

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Box: 68, Dates: March-August 1947

Correspondence Books: Letters, Vol. 24: Randolph G. Adams; Walt Akerman, re. pumps; Allen, Sterling & Lothrop; American Antiquarian Society (Brigham); Brook M. Anspach; Claude Arnold; Elliott Arnold; Re. Asparagus; Autographs (Benjamin); BBC; Lake Baldridge; Bill Bancroft; Barclays Bank; Lee Barker; Ross E. Bartley; Lucius Beebe; Re. Beer; Re. Belts; Henro Benoit; Richard Berenson; Re. Bermuda; Ralph Billings; Douglas Black; Alice D. Bond; Book-of-the-Month Club, re. "Lydia Bailey"; Leslie Roswell; Harold Bourne; Erd Brandt; Donald Bryant; Spence Burton; Bank of N.T. Butterfield, re. Bermuda; E. Scott Campbell; Constance Charters; Bob Chase; Bob Choate; H.G. Christie; Re. Cigars; Clara Claasen; Bill for Clover; William Collins; Community Chests of America; Cornell University; John M. Craige; Wingate F. Cram; George N. Dale; Depositor's Trust Company; Nelson Doubleday; Joy Dow; Editions de La Paix; Robert L. Eichelberger; Josiah M. Erickson; Frank Firnschild; Orville Forts; Melville Freeman; Leo Friedlander; Charles E. Funk; Arthur Gibbs; Re. Gold leaf; "Good Maine Food"; Goodspeed's Book Shop; Ferris Greenslet; Robert Hale; Hare T. Truxton; Ben Hibbs; Edwin J. Hipkiss, re. old coins; Historical Society of Pennsylvania (R.N.Williams); Paul Hollister; Re. IPC; International Thesaurus, re. quotation; Invitations; Malcolm Johnson; Kimball Arms Company; Joe Kindig; King Woodman; Frederic R. Kirkland, re. review of "Lydia Bailey"; Re. Ladder; George E. Lawrence; Charles Lee; Jay Lewis, re. his death; Literary agent; Literary Corporation of America; Mrs. John Little; "Lydia Bailey"; Jack Mactaggart; John Marquand; Mrs. W.N. McCrillis; Alfred McIntyre; Moreau de St. Mery; Robert Norris; Countess Harmynia Zur Muehlen; Bill Mullins, re. gold leaf; Adelaide Nealle; Hoffman Nickerson; David H. Oakes; Ohio Brass Company; Re. Oldsmobile; Robert Olson, re. Del Monte property; Ottawa Mfg. Company, re. Buzz Master; Packard Motor Company; Re. Pajamas; Katherine Pediconi; O.P. Peterson; Kenneth Phillips; Millard Phillips; Pittsburgh Plate Glass Company, re. IPC; Henry Pleasants, re. his book; Pulitzer's Prize Hair Pull; Pumps and water systems; "Rabble in Arms"; Howell E. Rees (Nassau Development Board); Lord Rennell; Rifles; D. Kilham Roberts; Lillian Robins; Re. Roger's Rangers; Re. Rose-breasted Grosbeak; Royal Bank of Canada; Harold G. Rugg; A. Milton Runyon; Harry P. Sands; "Saturday Evening Post"; Hans M. Schulman; Second National Bank of Boston; Joyce Winthrop Shoes; Ruth B. Shipley; Walter F. Siegmund, re. rifles; Luise Sillcox; Lawrence Smith; Society of Authors' June Souza; Re. St. George property; Sam Sturgis; Milo J. Sutliff; John Tebbel, re. Lorimer; Kerge's terry-cloth bathrobe; U.S. Marine Corps, re. writing history of 2nd Marine Division; Thank-you notes; "The Week Magazine"; University of New Hampshire (Yeager), re. beans; University of Washington, re. Writer's Conference; R.W.G. Vail; Vogue Studios; Frederick Watson, re. Phineas Bond; Weekly Sales Slips; Paul White, re. Ken's heart; Ben Williams; Mrs. Kent Willig (Getty); Winged American Airlines; J.P. Wood; Jim Worcester; Re. Wyoming massacre

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Box: 69, Dates: January-February 1947

Correspondence Books: Letters, Vol. 25: Reed D. Achauer; American Unitarian Association; H.H.C Anderson; Clarence Andrews; Brooks, Anspach; Re. Benedict Arnold; Re. Cynthia Arnold; Melvin Arnold; Re. "Arundel"; Autograph hunters; Commodore Bainbridge; Bill Bancroft; Harry E. Barnes; Stillman Batchellor, re. H.F. West review; Best-seller lists; Wendell P. Bieser; Birch Island Lodge; Re. Josephine Bonaparte; Mark Boyd, re. Moreau; Re. Battle of Brandywine; Aaron Burr; General Chamberlin; Re. Judge Samuel Chase; Lile Chew; Chi Psi lists; Robert Choate; "Cornell Alumni News"; "Cornell Sun Observer"; "Cosmopolitan"; John H. Craige, re. Moreau; W.J. Crawford, Jr.; Mary Dolan; Ellen Doubleday; Dana C. Douglas, re. Hopkins memorial; Eugene Field Society; Fan letters: Johnson, Bieser, Smith, Fellows, Schneider, Holmes, Micou, Lord, Mallory, Kirkland, Thomas, Nason, E.W. Davidson, Single, Porter, Bacon, Lingenfelter, Scott, Herald, Brook, Diniz, Hutton, Rice, Rising, Bitting; Davis, Juko, Greening, Newton, Durell, Hauser, Andrews, Goodman, Menzer, Dawson, Cargill, Drinker, Platt, Trumbell, Campbell, King, Trevor, Stott, Uihlein, Judd, Nelowet, MacDonald, Mann, Olmstead, Hare, Baley, Wharton, Biener, Dymond, Lewis, Wood, Lindsley, Sutton, Orton, Gonko, Durand, Bell, Simpson, Sawyer, Evans, Knight, Shephard, Johnson, Chatterton, William Bell Clark, Kirk, Nolan, Morton, Leake, Kaplan, Greenlers, Maynard, Hemler, Hayman, Ford, Goldblatt, Brewer, Brother Omer, Greene, Jers, 7 year old child; Beagley, Oswald, Butler, O'Brien, Douglas, Butt, Mallory, Thomson, Jeter, Savignano, Tee-Van, N.Y. Zoological Society, Bonner, Apsion, Rickabaugh, Gold, Eastman, Bedford-Jones, Wiggin, King, Wood, Gosnell, Oppegard, Root, Humphrey, Stetson, Hamer, Bascom, Daniels, Jennings, Davis, Morin, Engles, Taylor, Perlman, Platt, Miller, Sharotte, DeMotte, Tate, Davison, McCarthy, Barton, Shull, W. Adolphe Roberts, Durand, Dawes, Young, Spaulding, Cook, Davey, Kingsbury, Bradley, Burnett, Gould, Vogt, Mulkins, Legg, Hatch, Spencer, Brooks, Graves, Welch, Charles, Deane, Blair, Hardesty, Lewis, Gould, Weems, Bolton, Weeks, Molitor, Fromkes, Ross, Eaton, Roberts, Bolgas, Brown, Taylor, Gombar, Shartle, Hill, Platt, Graham, Tyler, Brown, Wallgren, Codman, Somers, Vaughan, Graham-Mozealous, Roland; Goethean Literary Society; "Good Maine Food"; Marian Hague; Re. John Joseph Henry; Eldon Hill; Invitations; Louis Johnson; Paul Kenny, re. Arnold Trail; Marian King; Mrs. George Kurz, nut letter; Thomas Lamont; Re. Tobias Lear; Betty Leh; A.E. LePage; Literary Guild, booklet; Frank E. Lowe; "Lydia Bailey"; Hazen Mackay; Carleton McCulloch; Alice McDermott; Milton Academy; Moreau De St. Mery; National Council for Prevention of War; "New York Herald Tribune Book List"; "Oliver Wiswell"; Joseph N. Pew; Publisher's Weekly; "Rabble in Arms"; Marjorie Reynolds; Edward Clary Root; Kenneth Roberts; S.E. Rose; Frank K. Schwarz; Re. Ship papers during Civil War; Arnold Smith, re. Patterson, NJ; Special Library Association (Jane Brewer); Re. St. George property; Re. Supreme Court decision; Thank you notes; Toussaint, re. headquarters in 1801; Robert Uihlein; Sammy VanAlen; Robert VanGelder; Re. Vespucci; Frances Emery Waterhouse; Re. Oliver Wolcott; Re. Writing; Re. Yellow Fever

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Box: 70, Dates: July 1947-February 1948

Correspondence Books: Letters, Vol. 26: Allis-Chalmers, re. WF tractor; Wal Akerman, re. pumps; American Antiquarian Society; American Writer's Association; David Appel; Re. Asparagus; Author's League; Autograph seekers; Herbert Baldwin; LeBaron Barker; E. Ross Bartley; John Baxter; F.N. Beardmore; Lucius Beebe; Richard Berenson; Bermuda; Ralph Billings; Douglas Black; Alton H. Blackington; Re. Bodley Head; Alice D. Bond; List of book dealers; Boorum & Pease; Leslie Boswell; Bowdoin College; Brannen's Cabinet Shop; Bridge Construction Company; Stanley Bromley; Donald Bryant; Canadian National; Re Cap Huff; "Captain Caution"; Re. Cattle; Chi Psi Lodge; Robert B. Choate; Harold Christie; Re. Cigars; Clara Claasen; Thomas Clarke; Re. Clay; Joe Cole; Re. Collaboration; W.A.R. Collins; Consolidated Industries; Herbert Corey; "Coronet Magazine"; Country Gentleman (Robert Reed); Bill Cunningham; George M. Dale; Depository's Trust Company, re. Atkins lot; Bernard DeVoto; E.L. Dodds; Nelson Doubleday; Joy Dow; Gabriel Duguay; Editions Del La Paix; Re. Smoked eels; Robert L. Eichelberger; Dwight Eisenhower, re. sale of his memoirs; Lord Essendon; Re. Fan; Fan letters: Bouska, Sickel, Ball, Nichols, Crampton, Holtham, Gump, Conner, Ephlin, Rollo, Trottier; Fire Prevention League; Frank Firnschild; Sidney Fleisher; H.N. Flynt; Joe Fountain; Charles Funk, re. his book; Funk & Wagnalls Company; German publisher; M.A. Gibbons; Arthur Gibbs; Gold coins (Schulman); Ferris Greenslet; Re. Guns; Haiti, re. filming "Lydia Bailey"; Robert Hale; Re. Harrow cut-away; Ben Hibbs; Holle Verlag & Company; Paul Hollister; Re. Hot buttered rum; Connie Hutchins; Invitations; Re. I.P.C.; Re. Japanese manuscripts; Re. Jari Cutter; Malcolm Johnson; Robert H. Jones; Ida Jean Kain; Kennebunkport High School; J.T. Kennedy; Jay Lewis; Re. Lime; Paul List (German publisher); "Lively Lady," re. Bodley Head edition; Lois Long, re. her father; William J. Long; Raymond Lovejoy; Frank E. Lowe; "Lydia Bailey"; Jack Mactaggert; John McCaffery; Mrs. W.N. McCrillis, re. stonemeal; Alfred McIntyre; Re. Old military road; Milton Academy; Stewart L. Mims; Re. Mineral oil; Herbert Mitler; Coleen Moore; Re. Moreau; Robert Morris; Re, Jacob Mosser; Hermynia Muhlen; Paul E. Nason; Stephen Nason; National Institute of Arts and Letters; Leigh Nisbet; "Northwest Passage"; "Oliver Wiswell"; Oriental Rug Shop; Oster Mfg. Co., re. dog clipper; Pan Am; John Parsons; Re. Pebble Beach property; Katherine Pediconi; S.H.P. Pell; Arthur B. Perry; Re. Super Phosphate; Re, Philadelphia Libraries; Henry Pleasants; Re. French prints; Pulsifer Hale, re. construction of Rocky pasture; Re. Pumps; "Rabble in Arms"; P.W. Rairden, re. French prints of vessels; LeGrand Reed; Name of researcher; Kenneth Roberts; Edward C. Root; Harold G. Rugg; George Rupp; Harry P. Sands; "Saturday Evening Post"; Hans Schulman (old coins); Adrian Scolton; Brooks Shepard; Re. Ship models; Luise Sillcox; Lawrence Smith; Society of Authors; Re. Socks; Re. Station wagon; Name of stenographer; Samuel Sturgis; Milo Sutliff, re. RIA; Tax tips for writers; John Tebbel; Thank you notes; "The World's Best"; "This Week Magazine"; Trader Vic; University of New Hampshire (Yeager); Vacheron & Constantin; R.W.G. Vail; Valcour Island; Water dowsing, re. Shepard; Isaac Webber; Weekly Sales Slips; Well driller; Paul White; Ben Ames Williams; Frederic H. Wood; James Wood; Roy C. Woods

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Box: 71, Dates: February 1948-January 1949

Correspondence Books: Letters, Vol. 27: Norris G. Abbott, re. old letters; Reed D. Achauer, re. steamship, California; Randolph G. Adams; Charles E. Allen, re. sawmills; Paul Allen; American Academy of Arts and Letters; American Booksellers Association, basic book list; American Chemical Paint Company, re. Kromer sprayers; William Anderson (tailor); Brooke Anspach; Antiques, re. eagles; A.P. Reporter in Van Buren, Maine, re. fires; Re. Arnold Benedict; Elliott Arnold; Artists, Ltd.; Re. Asparagus; Associate Press; Re. Athlete's Foot; "Atlantic Monthly" (Ted Weeks); Re. Austin; Warren R. Austin; Author's Guild Program; Autograph seekers; Herbert Baldwin, re. resignation; Bill Bancroft; Lee Barker; Barker Mfg. Company; E. Ross Bartley, re. Woods; Bath Iron Works; A.P. Beach, re. F.F. Peters' book; Ernest Bennett, re. artist friend; Richard Berenson; Bermuda; Ralph Billings; Morris Bishop; Frank Blake; William Bluck & Company, re. "sick glass"; Stuart Blythe; Bodley Head, re. "Arundel" and "Lively Lady"; Boston Bootmaker; Boston Public Library; Re. Glass bottles; Alice D. Bond; Bowdoin College, re. "Oliver Wiswell" loan; Boy Scouts of America; Bruce Brown; Donald Bryant; Hamp Bryant; Re. Steamship "California"; Canadian National; Howard Chapelle; Chaplin Motor Company; Chi Psi Lodge; Re. Chicken pox; Robert B. Choate; Cholesterol diet; H.G. Christie; Church Co., re. tureens; Clara Claasen; S.A. Cobb; Colby College; Joe Cole; Collins Publishers; Committee on Public Affairs; Consolidated Industries; Re. Copper Union Reform; Cornell University; G. Marshall Crawford; Re. Cricket; James C. Crockett; Bill Cunningham; James Curley; Current books; Currier and Ives plates; Harry Curtis; Nellie Dalrymple, re. strange cargos; Ding Darling; Charles G. Dawes; Josef C. Dine; Nelson Doubleday, obituary; Joy Dow; "Down Maine," re. expression; Virginia Drew; Mrs. John Drucquer; Coert DuBois; Charles Durham; Re. Letter of William Eaton; Robert L. Eichelberger; Fan letters; Kirk, Hodgdon, Tyson, Serafini, Hester, Broughall, Wilkinson, Stratton, Perkins, Lufkin, Bradley, Abel, Bennett, Katz, Hunt, Bonorden, Rambeau, Haimbach, Hight, Russell, Elosna, Hilliard, Swasey, Sweeney, Goodwin, Van Loan, Lee, Flint, Langdon, Jugoslav, Lindquist, Dwight, Felland, Stancil, Joy, Bumgarner, Schuman, Terwilliger, Lord, Wilder, Emrich, Puniet-Parry, Standaert, Speas, Dounie, Hutchinson, Baleria, Conti, Catone, Visnow, Sheridan, Young, Brown, Kysela; Re. Farm foreman; Joseph E, Fields; Fire Prevention League; Alice Ford; Joe Fountain; Francis Edwards; Charles W. Furlong; M.A. Gibbons, re. Tideway; A. Hamilton Gibbs; Re. Godwin family; "Gourmet"; Ray Grant; Graphologists; Joseph H. Green; Ferris Greenslet; Greig, Laurence & Hoyt (liquor); J.A. Greenwood, re. headgear in Rogers' day; Gilbert Grosvenor; Caroline Guild; Edwin Hainibach, Robert Hale; R.M. Hammond; Handwriting expert; Re. Harrow (Towner); Zoa Grace Hawley; Edwin J. Hipkiss; Sydney Hooper; Re. Powder horn; House of Whittemore (book publisher); Joseph R. Houston; Ripert Hughes, Tony Hutchins; Invitations; James L. Jenks; Malcolm Johnson; Re. Samuel I. Johnson; Ann Kerr-Munro; Fiske Kimball; Oliver LaFarge, re. American Indian; Willis Lindquist; Paul List Verlag, re. "Northwest Passage"; Re. Lithomat stock; "Lively Lady"; DeWitt Lucas; "Lydia Bailey"; Mrs. Otto Madlener; Magazine of Sigma Chi; Mrs. David Mallory; Re. Lewis Evans map; John Marquand; Re. Paul Mavrogordat; W.R. McAdams (oculist); Isabel McClumpha; Ken McCormick; A.T. McCrillis; Alfred McIntyre; Return Jonathan Meigs, re. descendents; Re. James A. Mills; Horace Mitchell; Re. Robert B. Merriman; Robert T. Monroe; Robert Montgomery, re. Tonybee; Moreau de St. Mery; Robert Morris; Re. Mosquito control; Donald Munro (neurosurgeon); John B. Nason, re. family; National Broadcasting Company (Josef C. Dine); National Council for Historical Sites and Buildings; National Institute of Arts and Letters; Re. National Roadside Council; Winifred Nerney; Martha Newcome; John R. Newell; Newman Studio; Leigh M. Nisbet; Old Fort at No. 4 Associates; "Northwest Passage"; Nut letters; Mary G. Nye; Re. Oak leaves; Odeon (Czech publisher); Charles Oerter, re. signs; "Oliver Wiswell";May G. Orrell; Re. Paintings; S.H.P. Pell; Pennsylvania Historical Commission; Stanley I. Perham; Re, Perkins Metallic Tractors; Henry Pleasants; Re. Two-way disc plow; Portland Tourist Co.; Portsmouth Naval Base; Powder horn; Winthrop Pratt; Gifford M. Proctor; Re. Pulaski; "Rabble in Arms"; P.W. Rairden, re. Beaugean prints; Real Estate; Reuters Ltd.: Re. Rifle; Kenneth Roberts; H.P. Robinson; Pete Rollins; George Rupp, re. Lewis Evans map; Granger Ryan; Harry Sands; Satterlee, Warfield & Stephens; "Saturday Evening Post"; "Saturday Review of Literature"; Henry Schindall; Hans M.F. Schulman; Ship model repairer (Winthrop Pratt); Re. Shoes; C.L. Sibley; Edson Smith; J. Somers Smith; Laurence Smith; Society of American Historians; Society of Authors; Lincoln Spencer; Howard B. Sprague; Squirrel's nest; Mrs. Roger Strauss; Tailors; Booth Tarkington; "This Week Magazine"; Re. Thoreau; Re. Tideway; Re. Tourmalines; Re. Professor Toynbee; Conway Trott, re. Austin; U.S. Department of Agriculture; U.S. Naval Institute; United World Federalists of Maine; University of Maine; Glen Vail; William L. Van Alen; H.M. Van Buren, re. Goodwin family; Recipe for making vinegar; Wanta-writer; Warehouse Point Company, re. Kromer sprayer; Webber Hospital Building Fund; Weekly Sales Slips; Ted Weeks; Paul Wentz; Re. Whiskey; Ben Ames Williams; Wallace H. White; Mrs. Grant Wood; James Wood; Writing questionnaire; Cyril Young, re. "Arundel" and "Lively Lady" in South Africa

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Box: 72, Dates: January-July 1949

Correspondence Books: Letters, Vol. 28: Carl W. Akerman; Randolph G. Adams; Hervey Allen; American Antiquarian Society; William Anderson, re. cape; George C. Appell; Re. Benedict Arnold; "Arundel," material on hold at MIT; Re. Austin; Author's Guild; Lydia Bailey, picture; Herbert L. Baldwin; Howard Baldwin; Baptist Hospital; Barclay's Bank Ltd.; Bartlett Tree Expert Co., re. helicopter spraying; John Baxter; Philip C. Beam; Walter Benjamin; Berenson; Bigelow, Kennard & Company; National Society for the Prevention of Blindness; Bobbs-Merrill Company; Alice D. Bond; Bookbinding and care of leather; Boston Public Library; Bowdoin College Library; Park Breck; Horace W. Briggs; Elizabeth Browne, re. portrait by Blackburn; Tom Burns; Harry F. Byrd; Scott Campbell, re. Atkins property; Re. Cape Porpoise Library; "Captain Caution"; Duncan Chaplin, re. Oldsmobile; Chi Psi Fraternity; Robert Choate; Judith Churchill; Clara Claasen; Colby College, re. "Lively Lady" manuscript; E.D. Collins; Re. Conch shells; Cornell University; Dartmouth College Library; Charles G. Dawes; Depositor's Trust Company, re. Atkins property; George Dock, re. owls; List of best terriers (dogs); Joy Dow; Olin Dowes; Coert DuBois; Re. Captain Dudley; Don S. Duncan; Re. Eagle talons; Robert L. Eichelberger; R. Max Elser; Fan letters: Tyler, Borden, Paterson, Eichinger, Curran, Wheeler, Jones, Springfield, Nason, Berkowitz, Schwab, Burley, Beasley, Worth, Moore, Cammock, Bowers, Fassett; Downs, Ibbotson, Webb, Whelden, Caroline Guild, Swanson, Waidner, Squires, Minton; Dorothy C. Fisher; Re. Flask; Foreign editions; Joe Fountain; Free Library of Philadelphia, re. Moreau manuscripts; Robert Garland; Arthur Gibbs; A.R. Glancy; Gold lace, re. price in Revolution; Goodspeed's Book Shop, re. Deering Library; John Gould; R.E. Gould; Re. Prices of guns; Emily Hahn, Robert Hale, Re. Ernst Hanfstaengel; Victor P. Haas; Harry Hansen; T. Truxton Hare; Joe Harrington; Ben Hibbs; Robert Hillyer; Edwin Hipkiss; Paul Hollister, Jr.; Hooked rug; Sydney Hooper; Ernest M. Hopkins; Nellie Lane Hoxie; Rupert Hughes; Re. Humidifier; Bob Hunt; "I Wanted To Write"; Invitations; Booth Jameson; Re. Japan; James L. Jenks; Jenneson, Taylor & Co.; Maxson F. Judell; James H. Keeley (U.S. Minister to Syria); Baynard Kendrick; Frances P. Keyes; Frank King; Burton Kline; Ethel LaGorce; Re. Lantern; Horace C. Levinson; Martin Linsey; Lithomat Corporation, re. purchase of stock; "Lively Lady"; DeWitt Lucas (graphologist); "Lydia Bailey," 20th Century Fox; Maggs Bros. (books); Maine State Library, re. loan; Maine State Liquor Commission, re. Jack Daniels; Maldon Public Library; "March to Quebec"; John Marquand; Howard Martin; MIT Library; Charles S. Mill; Burr Miller; Re. Moccasins (G.H. Bass Co,); Robert Morris; Richard Morrison, re. portrait of Elizabeth Browne; Jacob Mosser; Stephen Nason; New England Baptist Hospital; Sterling North; "Northwest Passage"; Harold Ober; Re. Old Corner Book Store; Old Print Shop; "Oliver Wiswell"; Vrest Orton; Olga Owens; Re. Owls; Re. Pajamas; Victor H. Paltsits; Paul List Verlag; Frederick G. Payne; S.H.P. Pell; E.W. Penley, re. sausage; Joseph N. Pew; Lee Pfeiffer; Philatelic Agency; Henry Pleasants; "Princeton Herald"; "Rabble in Arms"; Kenneth Roberts; Roger's Rangers, Fort at No. 4; Re. Robert Rangers; Sherwood Rollins; Re. Rotary Hoe All; John F. Royal; George C. Rupp; Granger Ryan; Henry Schindall; Seignory Club; Ruth Shipley, re. expenses of consul in Bermuda; Re. Ship's barometer; Re. Shorts; Re. Shot guns; Edson Smith; Society of American Historian; Society of Authors; Re. Socks; Re. Sofa; Re. John Stark; Stockbridge Library Association; Norman Stuckey, re. Cap Dudley; Re. Booth Tarkington; Re. Television; Thank you notes; "The World Turned Upside Down," re. song; Lewis S. Travis; Treasury Department, re. duty in Austin; Tripe, where to buy it in Boston; Conway Trott; Twentieth Century Fox, re. "Lydia Bailey"; Robert A. Uihlan; R.W.G. Vail; W.L. van Alen; Dorothy Vaughan; Calvin Wade; Mrs. Joseph Walisjek; Charles Wallis; Emer Ward; Harry R. Warfel; Dale Warren; Frances Waterhouse; Weekly Sales Slips; Max Wilkinson; Jim Wood

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Box: 73, Dates: May 1949-June 1950

Correspondence Books: Letters, Vol. 29: G.E. Akerson; L. Akerstein; American Academy of Arts and Letters; American Historical Review; American Kennel Club; List of anchovies; Appleton-Century-Crofts, Inc.; Norman Armour; Arthritis & Rheumatism Foundation; Bailey, Banks & Biddle Co.; Frank Bailey; H.L. Baldwin; Bill Bancroft; Barclay's Bank Limited; Mrs. W. Barclay; J.D. Barnum; P.C. Beam (Bowdoin College); Mary A. Benjamin; Berenson Liquor Mart; Bermuda Police Department; "The Bermudian"; Romeyn Berry; B.B. Birdsall; A.N. Bliven; Boston Boot Makers; "Boston Herald," re. Elizabeth Browne; W.E. Bowman; J.H.F. Brannon; Brick Store Museum, Jim Britt; Re. Elizabeth Browne; K.H. Browne; H. Addington Bruce; Burch Plow Works, Inc.; Burr Nurseries; A & G. J. Caldwell Rum; Calvary Methodist Church; Scott Campbell; "Captain Caution"; J. Carson; Webster Cartoon; Willa Cather; Re. Ceramics; Mrs. Warner Chandler; H.I. Chapelle; Mrs. A.T. Chase; Cherry Hill Nurseries; Charles D. Childs; Robert Choate; Sister Choate; Clara Claasen; Thomas Clarke; Mrs. C.E. Clough; Colby College; Colby Library Quaterly; C.H. Cole & Sons; B. Collins; C.E. Colton; Cornell University; Cornell Women's Club of New York; Lothan Cross; Charles G. Dawes; Stephen Decatur; Depositor's Trust Company, re. Atkins property; Doubleday; Joy Dow; "Down East"; C. DuBois; W.S. Duncan; Agnes Eckhardt; Robert L. Eichelberger; "El Norte" newspaper of Mexican provinces; W.P. Emmons; G.W. Ender; Episcopal Academy; Fan letters: Alexander, Applegate, Banta, Boyd, Bayer, Breeze, Bridge, Brown, Burgess, Burroughs, Callahan, Chapin, Collyer, Craig, Crocker, Cruickshank, Cummings, Davenport, Demarest, Drew, Dunkell, Ehrenberg, Farley, Fernald, Fielding, Finch, Fleming, Giordano, Grant, Green, Greene, Gridley, Groom, Hamm, Hardy, Harris, Hayes, Hewit, Hight, Hopson, How, Hutchinson, Jackson, Jones, King, Lauten, Leland, Lockhart, McNamara, McNulty, Maris, Martin, Morrison, Mulkerns, Nickerson, Oerter, Ostrander, Patton, Pluck, Pollock, Poulson, Price, Regney, Ristan, Roberts, Sacco, Salmon, Seifried, Sheadley, Sherwin, Sommers, Stark, Swanson, Taylor, Vanderpool, Ward, Weiner, White, Wolcott, Yenser; Joe Fountain; J.H. Fountain; Mortimer Frankel; French Institute, re. loan for Haiti exhibit; Verne Fuller; Joseph Garnier; M.A. Gibbons; A.H. Gibbs; E.P. Gibson; A.R. Glancy; Kaname Gorai, re. translation of books into Japanese; Raymond Grant; Ferris Greenslet; Grobier Society; Governor Gruening (Alaska); Carrie Guild; Haiti; Robert Hale; Hal Roach Studios; I.C. Hanners; Ione Harlow; B. Hibbs; Florence Hildreth; Paul Hollister; Nellie Hoxie; E.M. Hunt; A. Jakstas; Jennison, Taylor & Co.; Malcolm Johnson; Baynard Kendrick; Kennebunkport Women's Exchange; Kennels; Frank Kent; Keyes Company; Paul Kieser; Fran King; Kinnard Inc.; KR; G.R. Kragel; Re. Ladder back chair; J.O. LaGorce; Lakeshore Playhouse; The Laminators; N. Landstrom; E.F. Lane; J.W. Lane; E. Lang; Virginia Lawrence; Smith Lawrence; Mr. and Mrs. Leborge; G.B. Lockhart; "Lydia Bailey"; Harry McBride; Mrs. A. McKennie; V.V. McNitt; J. Marquand; Massachusetts Maine Daughters; C.S. Mill; Marjorie Mills; Mondadori; Mrs. D. Moon; B.N. Morang; R.C. Morrison; Ann Monroe-Kerr; J.D. Murphie; Museum of Fine Arts; Re. Mushrooms; Re. Mushroom ketchup; A.R. Nagle; Joseph G. Nason; Stephen Nason; Committee on National Capital; "Nation's Business"; Needlework Shop; Wilton Neuert Associates; Newark News; Martha Newcombe; New England Forestry Foundation; New Hampshire Historical Society; New Liberty; Newspaper clippings; New York Historical Society, re. Elizabeth Browne portrait; New York Public Library; New York State Historical Society; "New York World Telegram"; Dick Nickerson; Leigh Nisbet; E.H. Noraian; D.R. Nugent; October, 6, 1759, clipping; Neal O'Hara; Ohio Weslyan; Miss E.K. Paige; Mrs. Haven Parker; G.T. Parsons; J.J. Parsons; W.C. Patterson; Flavia Pediconi; Mrs. R. Pender; Phi Beta Kappa Associates; The Free Library of Philadelphia; Photographs; Photo Service; Portrait restorer (Alfred Jakstas); Jack Preble; Price; Puttencove Kennels; "Rabble in Arms"; P.W. Rairden; Reader's Digest; Wallace C. Reid; W.M. Reid; Ribbons, Winder & Sons; David Robertson; Re. Roger's Rangers; Rohm & Haas Company; Harold G. Rugg; Henry P. Sands; Hans M.F. Schulman; G.D. Scott; Rose M. Seavey; Second National Bank of Boston; Norman Shaftel; Ruth Shipley; C.L. Skelton; R.N. Skilton; A;L. Smalley; E.B. Smith; J.H. Snow; Louise Snow; Society of the Cincinnati Of NJ; E.W. Squires; S.S. Pierce Company; W.F. Steeley; Paul Saint Gaudens; H.E. Stover; E. Streeter; Norman Stuckey, R.C. Sturgis; J.W. Sutherland; Frank Swan; John Tebbel; Lowell Thomas; Re. Ticondaroga cannon; H.S. Toed; "True" Magazine; P.C. Tucker; J.G. Turner; United World Federalists of Maine; Sammy van Allen; Dorothy Vaughan; Paul List Verlag; E.J. Vogeler; A. Wagstaff; H.F. Waidner; Mrs. J. Waliszek; A.M. Walker; Mrs. G.A. Welsh; H.F. West; American Whiskey, Lehman Bros; Max Wilkinson; B.A. Williams; R.C. Williams; Women's Republican Club of Massachusetts; Cora P. Woodward; Jim Worcester; Young, Trott & Co. Ltd.

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Box: 74, Dates: June 1950-June 1951

Correspondence Books: Letters, Vol. 30: Alien; N.W. Allen; E.J. Anderson; Antiques; G.T. Armitage; H.R. Austin; Author's League of America; Author's League News; F. Babcock; P.E. Bahan; Flora Bailey; F.K. Baker; H.L. Baldwin; J.W. Ball, re. Benedict Arnold; C. Bamberger; Bill Bancroft; Barclay's Bank Limited; P. Barrett; Design of bench; Mary A. Benjamin; Romeyn Berry; R. Billings; B.B. Birdsall; Morris Bishop; Bessie Gross Bondy; F.B. Borries; "Boston Herald"; Frances Boushall; Bowdoin College; Brackett & Shaw Co.; L.J. Bragdon; W.F.H. Braun; R.S. Brewer; C.S. Brigham (American Antiquarian Society); A. Brown; Burch Plow Works, Inc.; George B. Burnett; Richard Butwell; L.J. Cahill; Calvin, cricket; Carrington & Co., re. catseye; Providence Central Senior High School; W.H. Chamberlain; H.I. Chapelle; "Chicago Tribune"; Robert Choate; Sister Choate; Clara Claasen; E.T. Clark; Mrs. W.W. Clayton; E.L. Cleaves; Cluff deed; C.H. Cole & Sons; The Collector; Billy Collins; Colonial Press, Inc.; L.W. Connell; A.S. Cooper & Sons; A.C. Corcoran; H. Corey; Re. Cornmeal; W. Craig; Wingate F. Cram; Mrs. W.F. Cram; Cressey & Allen; Re. Cricket (from "Country Life"); J.H. Crider; Bill Cunningham; Cunningham Column; Dartmouth, Friends of the Library; Charles G. Dawes; Detroit Institute of Arts; B. DeVoto; DeWolfe & Fiske; Ben F. Dixon; Doubleday; H.S. Dow; Joy Dow; D. Dressler ("The Magazine of True Adventure"); Coert DuBois; William Duffy; Robert L. Eichelberger; R. D. Emerson; Adele Este; S. Este; Etow Oh Koam, chief of River Nation; Fan letters: Beauchesne, Borries, Bernstein, Bromley, Brooks, Brown, Browne, Conyac, Couture, Cruger, Damuth, Derbyshire, Drew, Goins, Hamilton, Harris, Hemenway, Higgins, Kaufman, Kollmann, Lawson, Lundvall, Robinson, McDougall, McLaughlin; Mattila, Newell, Newton, Obata, Palmer, Powell, Pressey, Raphael, Roth, Rutledge, Seiber, Sheldon, Simpson, Smith, Stevenson, Train, Weinig, Willson, Wonson, Young; Farmer's Digest; Philip Faymonville; J.E. Fields; First National Bank in Albuquerque; Fish & Wildlife Service; Florsheim Shoe Store; C.B. Fobes; George Foley; Francis Edwards Ltd.; French Institute (Pierre Bedard); Hal Friedman (NBC Broadway Open House); Deoch Fulton; R.E. Garrison; L.B. Geddes; George Elliott Co.; Gered Ltd. (Antiques); R. Gerould; A.H. Gibbs; Edwin Gibson; A.R. Glancy; W.F. Glover; Earl Goodwin; Kenneth Goodwin; H.A. Gosnell; K.M. Gould; M.M. Graham; L.A. Greenwood; Gump's; Hal Roach Studios; Robert Hale; Halle Bros. Co.; Irving Hanners; D.J. Harkness; J. Harringon; H.W. Hastings; F.W. Hatch; C.F. Haywood; Re. Ernest Hemingway; Hendrick Construction Company; Henry Stevens, Son & Stiles; Bettyanne Hewitt; The House of Heydenryk, frames; Ben Hibbs; W.A. Hill; Jean G. Hinkle; H.C. Hoover; Ernest M. Hopkins; C.T. Howes; Nellie Lane Hoxie; Mrs. Stuart Huckings; J.L. Huntington; Mrs. C. Huntley; Hutchins & Parkinson; Relief for hypertension; Incinerator parts (Kellogg Mann Corp.); H.M. Irish; Mrs. F.W. Jacob; Alden G. Jacobs; S.L. Jacobs; H.E. Jellison; R.C. Johnson; William F. Kelleher; Kennebunkport Collegians; Kent; Kerge's long wrap around robe; Fiske Kimball; KR; J.O. LaGorce; E. Lang; Margaret Lang; Laughing Jackass; Lawrence Smith; Mrs. Edwin Lefrevre; H. Levinson; Library of Congress, re. search for C.A. Stephens' titles; Lloyds (Insurance); M.E. Lord; Joseph Louis; J.C. Lovewell; Sophia Lovisek; "Lydia Bailey"; C.W. Lyon Inc.; A.E. MacKinnon; McCulloch Motors; C. McGinley; G.S. McKearin; McKibbon; Mrs. W.G. Macdonald; E.C. Madden; Maine State Library; Maison Glass; John Marquand; Edison Marshall; Mrs. Philip Marston; F. van Wyck Mason; G.J. Maxay; Thomas Maynard; R.F.W. Meader; Doug Measures; Ethel L. Merrill; C.S. Mill; Frank E. Miller; Miller's Drug Store; H. Minot (United Press Association); W.I. Monroe, Jr.; R.W. Morin; Morse-Payson & Noyes, re. libel; A. Mortimer; Ann Kerr-Munro; A.H. Murphy; Ruth Murphy; J. G. Nason; National Cranberry Association; National Institute of Arts and Letters; Allen Nevins (Society of American Historians); New England Baptist Hospital; New England Forestry Foundation; New England Tel & Tel Co.; E.W. Newton; Leigh Nisbet; Rae M. Nobles; Northeastern Vermont Development Association; North Shore Kennel Club; E. Norton; W. Nuffort; Frank Ortalani; Vrest Orton; Allen Owens; Paine Furniture Company; H.L. Palmer; "Parade"; Parker Gallery; A.R. Parsons; V. Patton; Florence Paul; Hayden Pearson; Helen C. Phillips; K. Phillips; Waldo Pierce; Porteous Mitchell & Braun Co.; W. Pratt, Jr.; F.H. Price; "Psychology of Adolescence"; "Reader's Digest"; L.B. Reed; Norumbega Reverly Show; Ribbons, Winder & Sons; L.A. Rivord; A.F. Rodier; Sherwood Rollins; Roseberry, Albany Times Union; Rosenfield Uniforms; Harold G. Rugg; Ruppert; Russian inscription (W.C Boyd); Granger Ryan; H. Sands; E.R. Sawtelle; W.B. Scarborough; H. Schindall; Gerhard Schmutteren; H.M.F. Schulman; Scott & Co.; G.D. Scott; Mrs. C.R. Shabino; H.K. Shaw; Brooks Shepard; R.B. Shipley; Skandinaviska Banken; R.N. Skilton; Edith Sloan; R.M. Snodgrass; Society of the Cincinnati; E.A. Spear; Lincoln Spencer; J.H. Spruance; Dorothy Spurr; W.H. Stanley; State Liquor Commission of Maine; State Liquor Commission of New Hampshire; Charles A. Stephens; Geoffrey Stone; Strawberry plant; Tailor in Bermuda; S. Tarkington; Bob Taylor; Roy Taylor; "This Week Magazine"; C.D. Thompson; R.T. Townsend; P. Trefzger; Turkeys & Pheasants; Alois van Acken; Van Gelder (Crown Publishers); Vermont Historical Society; A.S. Vernay; Wedgwood Vase; Mrs. Lee Waldron; John S. Walton; Wartski (Cat's eye); Homer Waterhouse; Mrs. J. Watiszek; WBZ Boston; C.J. Weber; J.W. Weiss; W.G. Wendell; H.F. West; B. Whitehouse; Mrs. Fisher Whitney; James E.A. Wiggins, re. affidavit: B.A. Williams; Roger Williams; J.E. Wilson; L.A. Wilson; L.L. Winship

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Box: 75, Dates: June 1951-June 1952

Correspondence Books: Letters, Vol. 31: Academy of Radio & TV Arts & Sciences; F.L. Adams; R.M. Allen; American Legion; J.M. Andrews; Arizona Brewing Company; Wi Arvanetes; J.S. Attwill; Bailey, Banks & Biddle Co.; F.O. Bailey; Baker; Bald Hill; H.L. Baldwin; C.G. Bamberger; Schweizerische Bankgesellschaft; Barclay's Bank France; W. Barrett & Son, re. hotels; Ross E. Bartley; Bates College Bulletin; M. Bedford; John Bell; W.R. Benjamin, re. "Invictus"; Berenson Liquor Mart; Biddeford Broadcasting Corporation; A.H. Blackington; Bodley Head; Book Catalogue; Alma Boslow; "Boston Globe"; Boston University School of Education; M.G. Bouquet; H. Braun; Brown Company; Brown University; Ken Browne; William B. Buckley; Jesse Buffum; J.T. Busbee, Jr.; Cat's Eyes; Canadian Authors Association; R.E. Charles; Geraldine Carpenter; Cartoon; H.I. Chapelle; Bob Choate; Sister Choate; "Civilizations Glistening Executor," by H.A. Brown; Clare Claasen; Colby College Press; Colby Literary Quarterly; Collector's What Not; Cornell University Library; G.H. Coupe; J.H. Crider; J. Crosswell; Theresa Gucci; K.M. Cunningham; Lord Cochrane; Doubleday; Joy Dow; Estella Drucker; Lucy Drucker; M.E. Durgin; Re. Ducks; P.C. Eaton; Robert L. Eichelberger; Roscoe Emery; Engineer School, Fort Belvoir; Fan letters: Brown, Butler, Cleaves, Colclough, Coyne, Daignault, Elliott, Ferrari, Fields, Goldsborough, Greene, Holsworth, LaFortune, Miller-Hillebrand, Mix, Morris, Norse, Newman, Nutting, O'Neill, Sartain, Shaw, Shepard, Taylor, Terrill, Train, Vanaman, Willis; H.G. Farley; E. Faust; D. Fessenden; R.L. Fields; J.E. Fields; Filmland News; First National Bank of Boston; Fisher, Roberts & Son; J.T. Flexner; Florida Southern College; Errol Flynn clipping; Anne Francis; Edith Francis; C. Furlong; Re. Geese; Garden Club Federation; Ray E. Garrison; J.F. Gelles; "Giant Negro Saves Driver," clipping; A. Gibbs; Edmond P. Gibson; A.R. Glancy; P.D. Gormley; H.I. Goss; John Gould; "Gourmet"; Great Taiping Rebellion in China; Sydney Greebie; Madison Grindle; A.R. Grundel; Haiti Day in New York, program; Robert Hale; Hanna, Jay & Marge; E.C. Harkins; Harvard Museum of Comparative Zoology; Victor P. Haas; Hawaiian Service (G.T. Armitage), re. Siberian manuscripts; Hendrick Construction Company; Herald Tribune; HDGR ("New York Times"); B. Hibbs; R.E. Hight; E.J. Hipkins; A.A. Holbrook, "Holiday"; Henry Holt Publishers; F.I. Holway; Houghton Mifflin Co.; "How our tax dollars are wasted," clipping; Hudson Supply Co.; B.A. Jacobs; Stephen L. Jacobs; Howard Jaffee; H. Kahler; Robert Keene; KOCN, Potassium Cyanate; T. Leavitt; C.M. Leighton; Nelson T. Levings; A. Levinson; H. Levinson; "Lewiston Evening Journal"; Libby & Dow; Denver Lindley; Re. Long Island; "Lydia Bailey"; R. MacKinnon; J. McConnell; J.K. McCormick; Ken McCormick; T.M. McDade; McKearins Antiques; E.L. McKenna; A,M. Manion; John Marquand; N.C. 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Waterston; "Waterville Morning Sentinel"; Watkins Cleaners; C.J. Weber; Jean Webster; Webster; Weekly Sales Slips; What to see in Maine; Rosamond Wheeler; P.D. White; Brooks Whitehouse; B. Whittle; Frederick T. Widner; N.K. Wiggins; B.A. Williams; R.C. Williams; V.A. Wills; E. Wolfe & Co.; J.B. Wood; Worcester American Antiquarian Society; York, Maine; Ziff-Davis Publishing Company

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Box: 76, Dates: June 1952-March 1953

Correspondence Books: Letters, Vol. 32: Abenaki names for a camp; Melvin Allen; Allen, Sterling & Lothrop; Aluminum Roll-up Awning Co.; "American History Through Historical Novels"; Re. Benedict Arnold; "Art in America" Magazine; Re. "Arundel" manuscript; Herbert L. Baldwin; Ralph F. Bass; John Bell of Aberdeen; Miller Bedford (guns); Berenson Liquor Mart; Re. Berets; Re. Major Bigelow; Douglas Black (Doubleday); "Blackwood's Magazine"; Maurice C. Blake, re. William Eaton; Re. Blueberry bushes; Albert Bonnier (Swedish Publisher); Book Shops; Boon Island Light; Boston & Maine Railroad (Evelyn Hazlett); W.F. Braun; Bremen Library Association; Brooks Bros.; Elizabeth Brown; William E. Buckley; Schuyler Bull, re. beaches in "Lydia Bailey"; Edward Burns; Mildred Campbell; Re. Catseyes; Central Maine Power Company; Howard I. Chapelle; Re. Charcoal; Re. Charcoal bags; Robert B. Choate; Re. "Cinderella with the Wooden Slippers"; Clara Claasen; Josephine Cobb, re. McCook family archives; W.A.R. Collins; Re. Committee for Ike; Contracts; James H. Cookman; Herbert Corey; Corning Glass Work; Oscar Cox; Re. Cumberland Gap; David P. Ehrlich Co.; Katherine S., re. George Washington's horse; Deere & Co., re. stock; Re. Captain Diron; Doubleday & Company; Joy Dow; Coert DuBois; Re. Carved eagles; William Eaton; Re. Egg openers; Robert L. Eichelberger; Elmer H. Bright & Company; Albert W. Emmons; Martha Ewing-Newcome; Fan letters: Goins, Mouzon, Brainard, Bauer, Lycksell, Rogers, Wallace, Peterson, Brainard, Battin, Greene, Liebmann, Carpenter, Merrill, Carpenter, Stiles, Cleaves, Adams (West Point); Chatterton, Walker, Kautin, Sturgis, Mulkerns, Tower, Choate, Gurnett, Joy, Lange, Burns, Appel, Swan, Lindner, Brown, Embury, Swan, Soltys Darcey, Sour; Flags; Florsheim Shoe Store; Fort Ticonderoga Museum; Francis Edwards Ltd.; Re. Benjamin Franklin; Edward Gallahue; Re. Geese; Re. George Washington's Horse; Arthur Gibbs; Jeannette Gibbs; Edwin T. Gibson; A.R. Glancy; Harry Glidden; Edwin A. Grozier; Re. Guns; Robert Hale; Hallmark Cards; Sophia E. Hammond; David J. Harkness; Harrow; George A. Hecht; Ben Hibbs; Idle Wild Farms, re. game hens; "I Wanted to Write"; Investments (Elmer Bright); Invitations; Kennebunkport; Kennebunkport Historical Society; Bessie S. Kimball, re. Captain Jacob Wildes; Frank King; Katherine McCook Knox; John O. LaGorce; Re. Lamps; Virginia Lawrence; Betty Leh; Horace Levinson; Libby & Dow (surveyors); Library of Congress, re. 'Lord' Gordon; List of Literary agents; Battell Loomis, re. TV scripts; Clarence H. Lunt; "Lydia Bailey"; Gordon MacDavitt; Maine Calendars; M.I.T. Library; Re. "March to Quebec"; Ken McCormick (Doubleday); George S. McKearin; Re. Montross; Re. Moose horns; Jacob Moser; R.F. Nason; Stephen Nason; Re. National Archives; Winifred Nerney; Newspaper Clippings; "Northwest Passage"; Nellie O'Farrell (London searcher); L. Ray Ogden; Parker Gallery (London); George Pattullo; Peikin Fifth Avenue Inc.; Hale Pulsifer; E.W. Penly; Plover; "Rabble in Arms"; Re. Rebecca Nurse warming pen; Robert Rogers; Re. Rogers' Rangers Pageant; Annie Ross; Rums of Puerto Rico; George Rupp; W.H.W. Sabine; Harry B. Sands; Re. Sanford Florida Real Estate; "Saturday Review of Literature; Re. Sausage recipe; Order for Save-a-Life light; Re. Wilton Brush Saw; Re. Sawdust; Ship model; W.B. Scarborough; Henry Schindall; Re. English scythes; Excerpts from "Law of the Seashore"; Shreve, Crump & Low Co.; Skandinaviska Banken (Sweden); H.A. & E. Smith (Bermuda); Hector Conrad Smith; Re. Socks; Re. Lost treasure of St. Francis; State of Maine Forest Service; Wesley W. Stout; Frank Sullivan; Susie Tarkington; Television; Thank you notes; Re. "The Naked Island"; Society of Authors (Munro-Kerr); James M. Thomson; Trefry & Partridge; Trimingham Bros. Ltd. (Bermuda); Mrs. James Ullman; United Nations; U.S. Department of State; University of Maine; "Vermont Life Magazine"; R.L. Ward; Weathervane & Dory model; Weekly Sales Slips; Richard Weil, Jr.; West Point; Rosamund Wheeler; Re. White Pine Weevil; "Who's Who In America"; Ben Ames Williams; Roger C. Williams; Brayton Witherell; Junius Wood; Would-be authors; William R. Wright

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Box: 77, Dates: March-October 1953

Correspondence Books: Letters, Vol. 33: Allen Bros Corp., re. Rollins School Plaque; Ralph M. Allen, re. Muscovies; Re. Antiques; Re. Arnold Benedict; "Art in America"; Arundel Print Shop (Milligan); Re. Asparagus; Authors League of America; Autograph seekers; Re. Origins of baked beans; Morgan Baker; Herbert L. Baldwin; William Bancroft; Barclay's Bank; Re. Beaugean Prints; Bay State Nurseries; Alex W. Bealer; Re. Bear's paw; Marie Becker, re. Lord Gordon; Miller Bedford; John Bell of Aberdeen; Alice Dixon Bond; Mention of Boon Island; Boston Cream Pie; Boston Public Library; Lou Boudreau; Brooks Bros.; Bruce H. Addington; Madeline Burrage, re. tourmalines; Alice Bastine Campbell; Mrs. G. Colket Caner; Reginald E. Carles; Re. Cat's Eyes; Howard I. Chapelle; Re. Chinese Chestnut Trees; Robert B. Choate; Clara Claasen; James H. Cookman; Corned beef & cabbage recipe; Gardner Cowless; Re. Cross bow; Ridgely Cummings; Bill Cunningham, column; Francis Dahl; Albert R. Day; Dog plucker (Martha Curtis); Russell Doubleday; Joy Dow; Miss S.R. Dowling; Re. Ducks; Fan letters: Finley, Otis, Pratts, Wolstein, Abernethy (London), Mueller, Fellows, Goerdel, Fairbarn, Lucas, Churchill, Cummings, Goddard, Sylvester, Perry, Thomas, Re. agents, McDonald, Model Market, Harrington, Nicholes, Johnson, Alice Bastine Campbell; Kelly, Lingenfelter, Fillebrown, Gosnell, Yeoman, Henry Retzek, Bradham, Seiber; Mrs. Eliot Farley; Re. Fiddleheads; Fishing camp, re. Birch Island Lodge & Cottages; Re. Historic flasks; Fort Ticonderoga Museum (John Pell); Benjamin Franklin, re. his cipher; John Franklin; Joan Fraser; Dave Garroway; Re. Geese; Gemological Institute of America (Crowningshield); D.F. Getchell; Arthur H. Gibbs; "Gourmet"; Sydney Greenbie; Haiti; Robert Hale, re. Sydney Hooper; Sophia E. Hammond; Ben Hibbs ("Saturday Evening Post"); Edwin J. Hipkiss, re. Kwan Yin; "Holiday" Magazine; Re. Hollis School plaque; B.N. Holtham; Ice buckets; Icons; Investigation; "Kennebunkport Star"; Re. Kennenbunkport; Mrs. Atwater Kemp; Kennwood Golf & Country Club; Frank King; Re. Kwan Yin; John Oliver LaGorce; James Lane, re. Elizabeth Browne; David Lawrence; Re. Sinclair Lewis; Library of Congress, re. Lord Gordon; Denver Lindley; "Look" Magazine; Re. Lord Gordon; Alice F. Lord; Paule Loring ("Providence Journal"); Louisville Courier-Journal, re. William Bruce McCreary; Gordon P. MacDavitt; James MacDonald; Elizabeth Foster Mann; John Marchi; Re. Marrow; Mrs. S.A. McGavern; Grace McHutchinson; George McKearin; Re. Merrill family; Marjorie Mills; Daniel C. Minnick; Re. Monsanto Chemical; C.L. Moore; Moose horns; Museum of Fine Arts Boston; Re. Nason family; Stephen Nason; National Audubon Society; National Gallery of Art (Harry McBride), re. Elizabeth Browne; Winifred Nerney, re. cat's eyes; "New Yorker"; Leigh M. Nisbet; Northwestern Chemical Corp.; "Northwest Passage"; Harold Ober; L. Ray Ogden; Orders; George Pattulo; Flavia Pediconi; John Pell; Pepperide Farm (Mrs. Margaret Rudkin); Portsmouth, NH Police Chief; Post Office Department; Potatoes; Re. Pumps; Radio Station WPOR; P.W. Rairden, Jr.; Henry Retzek; Quentin Reynolds; Mrs. Floyd L. Rheam; Paul Richter; E.C. Ricker & Sons; E.B. Rideout; Roland Wells Robbins; Re. Rogers Rangers; Sanford, Florida, re. property; Re. Wilton Brush Saw; Henry Schindall; Stephen Searles; Secretary; Ruth Shipley; Shreve, Crump & Low; Raymond N. Skelton; Bob Smith ("Minneapolis Star"); H.A. Smith & E.; R.D. Snively; Re. Vilhjalmur Stefansson; Woodbury Stevens; S.D. Sturgis; Walter Buckingham Swan; Re. Booth Tarkington; Thank you notes; "Reader's Digest"; "The Seventh Sense"; Society of Authors (Munro-Kerr); Re. Tourmalines; Trimingham Brothers, Bermuda; TV Channel; Mrs. James Ramsey Ullman; University of New Hampshire; R.W.G. Vail, re. Elizabeth Browne; Bob Venner; Robinson Verrill, re. income tax; R. Frank Vigue; Isaac M. Webber; Louis A. Webster; Weekly Sales Slips; Herbert F. West, re. Ben Ames Williams' letters; Roger C. Williams; Re. Woodcock

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Box: 78, Dates: October 1953-May 1954

Correspondence Books: Letters, Vol. 34: Abercrombie & Fitch, re. Anemometer; C.J. Abernathy; "American Agriculturist" Magazine; Re. Antiques; Re. Arnold's Fleet; Authors League of America, re. copyrights; James B. Ayer; Bailey, Banks & Biddle; L.G. Balfour; W.A. Bancroft; H.J. Barrett, re. Eliot & Faulkner; W.S. Bell; Bermuda; Re. Bird peppers; Re Birds; Douglas M. Black; Alice D. Bond; Book dealers, Maggs Bros.; Boston Public Library; Charcoal records; Cameo Press; Mrs. G. Colket Caner, re. Shirley House; "Captain Caution", Hal Roach Studios; Re. Cat's Eyes; Robert B. Choate; Church Company; Clara Claasen; Mrs. B. M. Cough; C.H. Cole & Sons; W.A.R. Collins; Contract; Re. Calvin Coolidge; "Cornell Alumni News" (Hinchliff); Daniel E. Crowley; Theresa Cucci, re. Arnold's fleet; Bill Cunningham; Curtis Brown Ltd.; Peter Cox; "Dartmouth Alumni Magazine"; John C. Davis; William F. Dean; Mrs. Nelson Doubleday; Joy Dow; "Down East" Magazine; Coert DuBois; Edward D. Dunn; Re. Eagle mirrors; Re. Eel traps; Rudolph Elie; Songs of Euthanasia U.; Fan letters: Clapp, Owen, Clark, Brooks, Brock, Brainard, Lubell, Saunders, Green, Collins, Newby, Rheam, Campana; Somers, Mulkerns, Coulson, Wood, Marchand, Ashley, Carville, Kelty, Keys, Bransfield, Raudenbush, Carter, Engell, Stafford, Erickson, Mead; Re. Faulkner's "Sanctuary"; Mrs. N.A. Flynn; Giralda Forbes; Fort Ticonderoga Association; Margaret Franklin; Re. Franklin Cipher's; Charles E. Funk; Fire pumps; Gebelein (Silversmith); A. Hamilton Gibbs; Re. Gin; Golden Medleys; "Gourmet"; Re. Greenhouses; Angus M. Griffin; Re. Guns; Re. "Haiti" by Huge Cave; Hal Roach Studios, re. extension of "Captain Caution" rights; Robert Hale; Sophie Hammond; Arthur Hendrick; Re. Higgins motel case; Edwin J. Hipkiss; "Holiday" (Richard A. Field); Paul Hollister; John K. Hutchens ("NY Herald Tribune"); "I wanted To Write," fan letters; Re. Incinerators; Elmer H. Ingraham; Invitations; Jewelers; Kennebunkport Police Department; Donald E. Keyhoe; Re. Keys; Re. Kwan Yins; Horace Levinson; Fulton Lewis, Jr.; Library of Congress; Louis Inc.; G. Brinton Lucas; "Lydia Bailey"; Gordon P. MacDavitt, re. Franklin's ciphers; Maine, Department of Health & Welfare (Dean Fisher); Maine Turnpike Authority; Massachusetts Audubon Society, re. grosbeaks; H.A. McBride (National Gallery of Art); Ken McCormick (Doubleday); Maxwell McGavern; George S. McKearin; Jesse Merritt; Marjorie Mills; Nicholas Monsarrat; Karl E. Mosser; Anne Munro-Kerr; Museum of Fine Arts; Stephen Nason; John E.H. Nolan; Winifred Nerney; Newspaper clippings; Leigh Nisbet; R. "Nottingham Gallery"; Harold Ober; L. Ray Ogden; Neal O'Hara; "Oliver Wiswell"; Orders; Frederick Payne; Parker Gallery, London; Edward C. Parker; George Pattulo; Katherine Pediconi; Pennsylvania Historical Society; Penson & Company; Re. Pheasants; Pidgin English; Re. Colored postcards; Print Shop (Cameo Press); Public Record Office, London; Re. Pumps; "Reader's Digest"; Kitty Parsons Reccia, re. Jefferds' & Moulton's Taverns; Re. Regina; Kenneth Roberts; Re. Rogers' Rangers' muster rolls; Sherwood Rollins; Ernest L Ryall; Sanford, Florida, re. property; "Saturday Evening Post"; Re. Wilton Brush Saw; Sawtelle Brothers; Sculptor (Steven Searles); Severance Lodge (Harold Severance); Re. Shaneley's Cream Pie; R.E. Shaw; Re. Ships; Re. Shirley Mansion; Boston Shoemaker, Inc.; Re. Signs; Simon & Schuster, re. "Florida Loafing"; Raymond N. Skilton; Margaret Chase Smith; Society of Authors; John Sparks, re. Kwan Yins; State Street Trust Company, re. booklet "Copley Square"; F.H. Steinmetz; Vilhjalmur Stefansson; Stenographer; Woodbury Stevens; James B. Stewart; S.D. Sturgis, Jr.; Thank you notes; The Clements Library, re. Robert Roger and the name "Oregon"; Trimingham Brothers Ltd.; Earlston Tuzo; Mrs. James R. Ullman; University of New Hampshire; Dorothy Vaughan; Willard Wallace; Re. Water; Louis A. Webster; Weekly Sales Slips; Edgar S. Wheelan; J.U. Wiesendanger; Roger C. Williams; Ben Ames Williams, review; Wilton Brush Saw; "Yankee" Magazine; A.F. Yeager (University of New Hampshire)

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Box: 79, Dates: May-December 1954

Correspondence Books: Letters, Vol. 35: Re. Antiques; Arundel Print Shop; Re. Asparagus; J. Sanger Attwill; George Augusta; Autograph seekers; W.A. Bancroft; Roger M. Batchelder; Bay State Nurseries (Donald Wyman); Miller Bedford; John Bell of Aberdeen; Birch Island Lodge & Cottages (Phil Harding); Re. Bird peppers; Re. Birds; Douglas M. Black; Verne Black; Re. Black flies; Re. Blood pressure; Alice D. Bond; George Borresen; Boston Public Library; Re. Lizzie Bourne; Brackett & Shaw; Ernest Brigham; Re. Elizabeth Browne; Elizabeth Bruce; Richard P. Butrick; John Campana; Re. Canadian bacon; Re. Cat's Eyes; Samuel Chamberlain; Howard I. Chapelle; Cherry Hill Nurseries; Robert B. Choate; Harold Christie; Clara Claasen; Re. Cough-Roberts line; Blanche C. Clough; Hal Coffman; W.A.R. Collins; Re. Compost; Copley Art Store; Re. Copyrights; "Cornell Daily Sun"; Cornell University (Arthur A. Allen); Cornell Widow; Arnaldo Cortesi; Burton M. Cross; Czech translator of "Lydia Bailey"; Duber & Pine Bookshop; Doubleday & Company, Inc.; Joy Dow; Re. Olin Downes; Coert DuBois; Robert L. Eichelberger; Werner Engell; Byron Fairchild; Fan letters: Muriel Smith, Mrs. Pierce Buckley, Janice Smith, Juanita Finch, McKee, Davie, Campbell, Klima, Mrs. Stephen Bishop, Quigg, Cox, Mrs. Edward Seiber, Ellingsworth; Orrell, Morris, Robt, Wood, Miskelly, O'Brien, Penny Bryant, Dean Bryant, Marco de Marco, Sears; Donald Fessenden, re. the dowser; S.S. Field; Fort Ticonderoga Museum; Francis Edwards Ltd.; Margaret Franklin; Melville C. Freeman; W.A. Freestone; Charles E. Funk; Game warden (Philip Mahany); Re. German translation of books; A. Hamilton Gibbs; Gin recipe; Re. Gout; Sydney Greenbie; Re. Guns; Robert Hale; Gus Hanson; Arthur Hawkins; Kenneth Higgins; G. Preston Hoff (du Pont); Mildred Hoyt; International Harvester Co.; Invitations; International Collectors Library (A. Milton Runyan); Re. Jack Paar; Stephen L. Jacobs; K.L. Jamieson; Jeweler Clifford Russell; Jordan Marsh Company (Jim Braim); Re. Journal of Mathias Ogden; Kennebunk High School, re. "Arundel"; Kennebunk Savings Bank, re. stand-pipe at Cape; Mrs. Atwater Kent; Re. Kil-Moe Insecticide; Alfred Kranes; Anna Kuhn; Re. Landing pier; Frederic Leake; Mrs. Edward Leh; Library of Congress; Lifer at Charlestown Prison, Charles Warren; James Macdonald, re. Ansolysen & Rauwolfia; Jack Mactaggart; John Marquand; Maryland Market; Massachusetts Civic League; Ken McCormick; K.N.B. McKenzie; William MacPherson, re. rare prints; Re. Melons; "Messers. William Pepperrell," review; Marjorie Mills; Stephen R. Morris; Richard C. Morrisson (art dealer); "Mr. District Attorney"; Stephen Nason; Neal O'Hara, column; Winifred Nerney; Alfred T. Nester; New York, New Haven & Hartford Railway; "New York Times," re. picture of Arnaldo Cortesi; Newspaper clippings; Leigh M. Nisbet; "Northwest Passage," re. Italian contract with Mondadori; Lantern League of the Old North Church; "Oliver Wiswell"; Orders; Organic Gardening & Farming Magazine; Ralph S. Palmer; John J. Parsons; George Pattullo; Katherine Pediconi, re. cat's eyes; John H.G. Pell; Pennsylvania Magazine of History & Biography; Penson & Co.; Joseph N. Pew; Portland Press Herald (Harold Boyle); Post Office Department, re. stamp for Fort Ticonderoga; Re. Post-hole digger; Re. Pownall Journal; Winthrop Pratt, Jr.; Public Record Office searcher (Margaret Franklin), re. Nottingham Galley; William Ratigan; Kenneth Roberts; Leland C. Roberts; Rocky Pastures; Kendall Rogers, re. Rogers' material; Re. Robert Rogers, rule for fighting; Dr. Crawford; John F. Royal; Clifford Russell; Clinton N. Rutan, re. Mathias Ogden Journal; Sanford, Florida, re. property; "Saturday Evening Post" (E.N. Brandt); Carl J. Schmidlapp; Steve Searles (sculptor); Mrs. Edward F. Seiber; Mrs. Vincent Sheean; Ship model makers; Re. Signs; Luise M. Sillcox; Richard L. Simon; Lawrence Smith, re. Argentine royalties; Society of Authors; London, re. Italian contract for "Northwest Passage"; Lincoln Spencer, re. Clough deed; Frederic Stearns; S.D. Sturgis; Summit Hall Turf Farm: Mrs. Boen Swinny; John Kuvent (tailor); Re. Booth Tarkington letters; Thank you letters; Edwin F. Thayer; The Authors Guild; "The Seventh Sense," re. Fay Emerson TV script and infringement of copyright; Armand Thibault; Charles Thompson; "Time" Magazine; Trader Vic; "Trending Into Maine"; Robert Uihlen; "Vermont Life" Magazine; Robinson Verrill; Elmer L. Ward; Charles L. Warren; Re. Water repellent paint; Curry Weatherby; Webber Hospital Association; Louis A. Webster; Herbert F. West; Roger C. Williams ("Portland Press Herald"); James Woodress, re. Tarkington letters; Donald D. Wyman (Bay State Nurseries)

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Box: 80, Dates: December 1954-August 1955

Correspondence Books: Letters, Vol. 36: Re. AEF Siberia; Agricultural Experiment Station, Durham, NH; Re. Alexandrite cat's eyes; Antiques; George Akerson ("Boston Herald"); American Antiquarian Society (Clarence Brigham); Re. Arnold Benedict; Re. Arundel name; "The Atlantic Monthly," re. "Home From The Sea"; Re. Audio books; Re. Author's Agents; Re. Autographing books; Ralph L. Baggs; Clarence Bamberger; William A. Bancroft; E. Eugene Barker; Mrs. John D. Barry; John Baxter; Bay State Nurseries; W.B. Beatty; Miller Bedford; John Bell of Aberdeen; Re. Beloeil; Romeyn Berry; Ralph Billings (Lucas Tree Expert Co.); Re. Birch trees; Douglas M. Black (Doubleday & Co.), re. Knopf; Re. Black flies; Alton H. Blackington; Re. Boat model; Alice D. Bond ("Boston Herald"); Nelson Bond; "Boon Island"; Boston Public Library (John J. Connolly); Boston Athenaeum; "Boston Herald"; Re. Braille; E.N. Brandt ("Saturday Evening Post"); Re. Broiler; Bruce R. Brown; Mrs. H.M. Brown; K. Hattie Bruhner; J.G. Bullocke; Mrs. Albert C. Burrage; Mildred & Madeleine Burrage; Prescott Bush; Richard P. Butrick; Mrs. G. Colket Garner, re. Shirley Mansion; "Captain Caution"; Cat's-eyes, re. synthetic Alexandrites; Central Maine Power Company; Charvet (Paris); Frank R. Chase; Mrs. Robert Choate; Harold Christie; Clara Claasen; Phyllis Clough; Roland H. Cobb; Re. Admiral Lord Cochrane; Re. Half-dollar coins; Joseph T. Cole, re. Rocky Pasture house insurance; Charles Collingwood; W.A.R. Collins; Cornell University; Oscar Cox; Joe Cronin (Boston Red Sox); Re. Crottal (tweed); Re. Problem with crows; Department of State, re. Japanese edition of "Northwest Passage"; DeWolfe & Fiske Co.; Re. Diet; Doubleday & Company; Joy Dow; Coert DuBois; C. Harrison Dwight; William Dwyer (Real Estate); Re. Early American flasks and bottles; Robert L. Eichelberger; Re. Fairbanks Morse Pumps; Fan letters: Maynard, re. Arnold; Ray Ogden, re. "Trending in Maine"; Fan letters: Wolfe, Hill, O'Neil, Long, Hays, Gale, Plymouth, Church of Shaker Heights, Embleton, Granum, Campbell, Cole, Lasser, Hammer, Druilhet, Saulaitis, Scott, Williams, Barker, Shelton, Stear, Marion Bates, Dougherty; Mrs. Eliot Farley; Edith M. Faulstich, re. AEF Siberia; Carl G. Fisher (Miami Beach, 1926); Re. Early American glass flasks; Florsheim Shoe Shop; Artificial flower arrangements; Harry Foote; Ford Almanac; Fort Ticonderoga Museum; "Forty on the Emu"; Fox Lumber Company; Francis Edwards, Ltd., re. Lord Cocrane; Margaret Franklin; Franklin Publications, Inc.; Roy L. Gale; Re. Gaudy Dutch (Pen.) china; Re. Gaudy Welsh tea set; John A. Gayton; Gebelein Silversmiths Inc.; A. Hamilton Gibbs; Charles E. Gould, re. sale of gravel pit; "Gourmet"; Curt Gowdy; Waldor Greenhouses; Re. Greensand fertilizer; Re. Greenwich, England; Hazel Grouse; Winslow Grullemans; Robert Hale; Re. Mrs. Robert Hale; William Hanson; Philip S. Harding; David J. Harkness; Harold Ober Associates, re. "Home From The Sea"; Asa Harriman, re. his service in Gerrish's regiment; W.P.Hart; Harvard College Library; Arthur Hawkins; Christian A. Herter, re. Governor's Mansion; Ben Hibbs ("Saturday Evening Post"); Nan Hodgkins; "Home From The Sea"; "Horticulture," garden magazine; Robert West Howard; "I Wanted To Write"; Invitations; Malcolm Johnson; "Kennebunk Star"; "Kenneth Roberts Reader"; Re. Kentucky rifle; Joe Kindig Jr. & Son; George Kummer; Kwan Yin; Harold P. Lambert; Mrs. Edward Leh; Letters; Horace C. Levinson; Library of Congress; Mrs. Charles Lindbergh; Littleton Stamp Company; George Lord; Earle R. MacAusland ("Gourmet"); William J. MacPherson; State of Maine; Re. Map of Cape Arundel; Isaac F. Marcosson; MIT Librarian (W.N. Seaver); Alice Maynard; Ward S. Miller (University of Redlands); Ann Munro-Kerr; Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, re. Kwan Yin; G. Stephen Nason, re. material for "Boon Island"; R.F. Nason; Re. Needlepoint pieces; Winifred Nerney; Newspaper clippings; "Northwest Passage"; Harold Ober; L. Ray Ogden; Neal O'Hara; Orders; George Parks; Parman-Lehman Packing Co.; Re. Patents; George Pattullo; Flavia Pediconi; John H.G. Pell; Penson & Company; Re. Perkins' Metallic Tractors; Lee Pfeiffer; Re. Pheasants; Richard H. Pough; "Rabble in Arms"; Re. Rabchik (Siberian game bird); Ranger Battalions Association; Re. Photo of "Regina"; "Reviews and Consequences"; Ribbons, Winder & Sons; Mrs. Vincent Rich; Kenneth Roberts; Rocky Pasture: Re. Major Robert Rogers; Sybil Rosenfeld; "Saturday Evening Post"; Hans M.F Schulman; W.N. Seaver; Second National Bank of Boston; Andrew Sherburn, re. his "Memoirs"; Re. Siberian Campaign; Re. Silver plate; Edmund Ware Smith (Ford Times); Philip C.F. Smith; Society of Authors; Lee Somers; Re. Price of spode platter; "Sports Illustrated"; St. Christopher, reprint; Re. Strawberry plants; John Strohm (Ford Almanac); Summit Hall Turf Farm; Swift & Company; Talking Books; B.R. Taylor; Re. Booth Tarkington letters; Re. Taxes; Thank you letters; The Forsts; Theater; Lowell Thomas; Jane N. Tibbets; "Time" Magazine; Oswald Train, re. "Lydia Bailey"; Re. "Trending Into Maine"; Trimingham Brothers Ltd.; J. Carroll Tucker; United Business Service; U.S. Department of Agriculture; Verrill, Dana, Walker, Philbrick & Whitehouse; Elmer Ward; Louis Van N. Washburn; Edward Weeks; Herbert F. West; Mr. & Mrs. Willing; Re. Willow trees; Harry Leon Wilson; "Woman's Day"; Donald D. Wyman; J.H. Wynkoop; A.F. Yeager; Re. Zoysia grass plugs; Michael Zweig

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Box: 81, Dates: August 1955-January 1956

Correspondence Books: Letters, Vol. 37: Agricultural Experiment Station, Durham, NH; Amber (Labrador dog); American Antiquarian Society (Clarence Brigham); American Consular Bulletin; Re. AEF Siberia; American Legion; Wesley M. Angle; Annie Laurie Williams, Inc., re. movie rights for "Boon Island"; Anthoensen Press, Portland; Antiques; Re. Benedict Arnold; "Arundel"; J. Sanger Attwill; Bahamas, House of Assembly; Herbert L. Baldwin; Clarence Bamberger; William A. Bancroft; John Baxter, re. rabchik; Re. Boston Baked Beans; John Bell of Aberdeen; Re. Stephen Vincent Benet; Richard A. Berenson; Best Seller List; Alton H. Blackington; Alice D. Bond ("Boston Herald"); Nelson Bond, re. "Forty On The Emu"; Bonniers, NY, re. "Boon Island"; Book-of-the-Month Club; Re. Autographed book plates; "Boon Island"; Brewster, re. Rassling & Wrestling; Ernest Lord Brigham; J.A. Brown; Philip M. Brown, re. Mohawk Trail; Brown Photo Studio; H. Addington Bruce; William E. Buckley; "Captain Caution," re. foreign publishers; Re. Cats-eyes; Howard I. Chapelle; Mrs. Robert Choate, sister; Clara Claasen; William Bell Clark; Re. Clay 'balls' or 'bullets'; Roland H. Cobb; Frank M. Coffin, re. State of Maine; Cole Agency (insurance); W.A.R. Collins; Contract with "Reader's Digest Book Club" for "Boon Island"; James R. Copeland; Oscar Cox; W.J. Crawford, Jr.; Re. Crown Point; Bill Cunningham, re. Boon Island; Hartwell Daley, re. Peter Solgard; Dartmouth College, Baker Library; Herbert Davis; Re. Duck decoys; Department of State; Bernard DeVoto; Doubleday & Company; Joy Dow; Re. Death of Olin Downes; Dowsing; Coert DuBois; Dubois Fence & Garden Co.; Robert L. Eichelberger; Re. Eagles; Paul C. Eaton; Fan letters: Green, Dougherty, Strickling, Barton, Farmer, Coleman, Williamson, Hanson, Woodward, Shapiro, Holt, Ginsburg, Smith, Baker, Wiltsie, Rich, Hayes, Kolaska, 1st legitimate BI fan letter, Steineway, Richards, Abrahams, McKee, Stockbridge, Goethe, Brand & Mackenroth, Angle, McCormack & Kitchler; Edith M. Faulstich, re. AEF Siberia; Mrs. John F. Fenn; Florsheim Shoe Shop; Ford Motor Company; Foreign publications; Foreign Service Journal; Forest Service, State of Maine; Fort Ticonderoga Museum; "Forty On The Emu"; Margaret Franklin; Franklin Publications Inc.; Charles E. Funk; Re. Galleys; A. Hamilton Gibbs; Edwin T. Gibbs; Ralph Gould; "Gourmet"; David Gay; Everett F. Greaton; Sydney Greenbie; J.J. Grullemans; Robert Hale; Mrs. Robert Hale; Re. Alexander Hamilton; W.P. Hart; Arthur Hawkins ("Portland Press Herald"); Ralph Henderson; Marie H. Houlahan; "I Wanted To Write"; International Collectors Library, re. "Rabble in Arms"; Invitations; Wilbur P. Jacobs; Japanese Publisher of "Northwest Passage"; Re. Jewish cooking; Malcolm Johnson; Mrs. A. Atwater Kent; John Oliver LaGorce; Edward C Lathem, Dartmouth College Library; Stephen Laurent; Lee Keedick, Lecture Agency; Library of Congress; "Lively Lady"; Literary Guild; Little, Brown & Co.; Louisburg Expedition in 1745; "Lydia Bailey"; Maine Publicity Bureau; John P. Marquand; Arthur F. Maxwell; Harry A. McBride; Ward S. Miller; Jon Milligan; George Minot; Moreau de St. Mery; Blythe Morley ("Reader's Digest"); Bingham Morris; Movie contracts; Anne Munro-Kerr; Edmund S. Muskie; Stephen Nason; Re. Needlepoint pieces; "New York Times"; Newspaper clipping; Lewis Nichols ("New York Times"); Leigh M. Nisbet; "Northwest Passage"; Daniel T. O'Shea; "Oliver Wiswell"; Orders; Re. Paper money in the American Colonies; Parker Gallery, London; Re. Francis Parkman; George Pattullo; Florence Paul; F.A. Pearson; Penson & Company; Daniel A. Poling, re. "Boon Island" review; "Portland Press Herald"; Rabble in Arms"; "Reader's Digest"; Robert Ritchie; Kenneth Roberts; Rocky Pasture; Re. Major Robert Rogers; Sybil Rosenfeld; Clinton N. Rutan; Edward L. Sache; "Saturday Evening Post"; Re. Scallops; Science Park Museum, Boston; Louis L. Shapiro; Re. Ship models; Signs, design for new one for Rocky Pasture; Bradford Smith, re. "Boon Island"; Edmund Ware Smith; Lawrence Smith; Society of American Historians, Inc.; Society of Authors (Anne Munro-Kerr); Frederic Stearns; Mrs. N.B. Tarkington; Bradley R. Taylor; Television; Thank you notes; Theodore K. Thurston; Re. Protection of Topsoil; Oswald Train; Trimingham Brothers Ltd.; United Press Association; University of New Hampshire; W.L. Van Alen; Dorothy Vaughan; "Wall Street Journal"; Wayside Gardens Co.; Weekly Sales Slip; Edward A. Weeks, re. "The Open Heart"; Edward N. Wentworth; Bond Wheelwright; Philip R. White; Annie Laurie Williams; Roger C. William ("Portland Press Herald"); A.F. Yeager

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Box: 82, Dates: February-October 1956

Correspondence Books: Letters, Vol. 38: Agricultural Experiment Station, Durham, NH; American Antiquarian Society (Clarence Brigham); AEF Siberia, re. Dr. Potter; American Jewish Committee, re. reference to "wandering Jew" in "Boon Island"; Annie Laurie Williams, Inc., re. movie rights for "Boon Island"; Antiques; Re. Benedict Arnold; "Arundel"; Associated Press; "Audubon Bird Guide"; Autograph requests; Hamilton Vaughan Bail; F.O. Company, Inc.; David A. Balch; Re. Clarence Bamberger; William A. Bancroft; John A. Barton, re. Robert Rogers mezzotints; John Baxter; Re. Boston Baked Beans; Jerome Beatty, Jr.; Vincent Bejtman; John Bell of Aberdeen; A.H. Bell (British Society of Dowsers); Richard A. Berenson; William P. Berger; George Bijur, re. Great Lakes-ism; Re. Bird peppers; Alton H. Blackington; Re. Caterpillars on blueberries; "Boon Island"; Boston Public Library; Richard N. Boulton; Charles P. Bradford; British Society of Dowsers (Col. Bell); Broadcast Music Inc., re. "The Book Parade"; Donald Bryant; "Captain Caution"; Carl Carmer; Helene Carter; Central Maine Power, Co.; Arthur W. Chapin; Chi Psi Fraternity; Mrs. Robert Choate (sister); Clara Claasen; William Bell Clark; Re. Clay 'balls' or 'bullets'; Mrs. Blanche E. Clough; Roland H. Cobb; Colby College; Donald Cole; "Collier's"; Collins Publishers (London); re. Fontana edition of "Arundel"; James R. Copeland; Country Cousin; Re. Mrs. George C. Cousens; Battle of Cowpens; Oscar Cox; H.S. Crocker Company, Inc.; Hartwell Daley; Dartmouth College, Baker Library; Douglas C. Doane; John Doherty; Doubleday & Company; Joy Dow; Dowsing; Coert DuBois; Re. Eagle; Robert L. Eichelberger; Re. Dwight Eisenhower; Faden's map of the Revolution; Fan letters: Jackson, Griffin, Mosley, McKee, Robbins, Hamilton Bail, Short, Mott, Goethe, Lambert, Nason, Luhrs, Gray, Justice Fellows, Ernst, Cheney, Hamilton, Harmon & Ware, Nutter, Gnau, Wentworth, Bonner, Shannon, Ibbotson, Perry, Clark, Graul, Tower, Eldridge, Dr. Potter, Waxter, Gorrill, Reynolds, MacGlashan, Livermore, Curry, Nichols, Harb, Judell, Bijur, Newman, Bolte, Gosnell, Curry, Preston, Sturgis, Niessen, Wright, Lord; Helen G. Farley; Re. William Faulkner; Re. Fort No. 4 Associates; Lester Fox; Franklin Publications, re. publication of Persian translation of "Captain Caution"; Re. Freesias; Game Warden (Philip Mahany); Gerald G. Garcelon; Re. Genealogy; A. Hamilton Gibbs; C.M. Goethe; Ruth Gordon; H. Allen Gosnell, re. Battle of Cowpens; Charles E. Gould; Natalie Greenberg; Robert Hale; Mrs. Robert Hale; David J. Harkness; Ralph Henderson; Ben Hibbs ("Saturday Evening Post"); Calvin Hoffman; Houghton Mifflin Co.; J. Klahr Huddle; Edward D. Ibbotson; Re. "I Wanted To Write"; Invitations; Iron Works; Italy; Wilbur R. Jacobs; Russell L. Keene; Kennebunk High School; Kennebunk, Maine; Re. Kenneth Roberts' Literary Society; Re. The word 'Kiddo'; Jerry Korn; R. Richard Lally; Harold Lambert; Edward C. Lathem (Dartmouth College); Frederic Leake; Library of Congress; L.S. Lingenfelter; Little, Brown & Co.; "Lively Lady"; Battell Loomis; George Lord, re. Seashore property; Re. George Horace Lorimer; Louisburg Expedition in 1745; Grace Lynch; Hanford MacNider; Philip Mahany; Marine Historical Association (Mystic, Conn.); Re. Marrowbone; Kenneth McArdle; Harry A. McBride; Ken McCormick (Doubleday & Co.); K.N.B. McKenzie; MD Publications Inc., re. "Boon Island"; Donald H. Miller; Robert T. Monroe, re. Donald Bryant; Nicholas Monsarrat, re. "The Tribe That Lost Its Head"; Jacob Mosser; Marjorie Mosser; Re. Mummy Club; Stephen Nason; Re. Needlepoint pieces; New England Baptist Hospital, re. Dr. Lahey; New Hampshire, Department of Agriculture; "New York Times"; Newspaper clippings; Harry R. Nicholas; "Northwest Passage"; David G. Nutter; Re. Ogden Journal; "Oliver Wiswell"; Orders; Paper money in the American Colonies; John J. Parsons; Donald Partridge; Patents & copyrights; George Pattullo; F.A. Pearson; Penson & Company; Pic Films, Inc. (Vincent Bejtman), re. "Boon Island"; "Portland Press Herald"; Charles Johnson Post; Richard H. Pough; Purple and Gold (Chi Psi Magazine); "Rabble in Arms," re. Merrill family; Charles Rawlings, re. marrow bones; "Reader's Digest"; Republican Committee; Ribbons, Winder & Sons, Ltd.; Mary Roberts Rinehart; Kenneth Roberts; Rocky Pasture; Re. Major Robert Rogers; John F. Royal; Clinton N. Rutan, re. Ogden Journal; Re. Juan Hill; Re. "Sanctuary" by William Faulkner; "Saturday Evening Post" (Ben Hibbs); Science Park Museum, Boston; Re. "Search for Bridey Murphy"; Re. Seashore property; Re. William Shakespeare; Re. General William Smallwood; Lawrence Smith; Mrs. Ralph L. Smith; Society of Authors; Mollie Somerville; Tea, re. Hu-Kwa; Television; TV Guide; Thank you notes; "The Seventh Sense", ad; Robert P. Turner; University of New Hampshire; U.S. Foreign Service; Dorothy Vaughan, review of "Boon Island"; Verrill, Dana, Walker, Philbrick & Whitehouse; R.L. Ward; Wayside Gardens Co.; Carl J. Weber, re. Col, Samuel Osgood; Weekly Sales Slips; Nelson E. Wentworth; Della White; Re. Whitebait; Roger C. Williams; Re. Willows; Herman Wouk; A.F. Yeager

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Box: 83, Dates: September 1956-May 1957

Correspondence Books: Letters, Vol. 39: Alexander J. Herbert; Annie Laurie Williams, Inc. (agent); Antiques; Appraisal of contents of Rocky Pasture with photographs; Re. Benedict Arnold; "Arundel"; Mr. & Mrs. Albert W. Atwood; F.O. Bailey & Company; John L. Baxter; John Bell of Aberdeen; "Biometrika," reprint; J.S. Bixler (Colby College); Re. Blueberries; Re. Book binding; "Boon Island"; Boston Public Library; Harry Botsford ("Philadelphia Daily News"); George Boughton (The Colony); Re. Donald Bryant; Re. Camp Disaster; Committee for the Arts and Sciences for Eisenhower (CASE); Re. Charcoal; Frank R. Chase; Re. Cheap editions; Re. Chi Psi; Robert B. Choate; Clara Claasen; William Bell Clark; Colby College, re. Highway Commission; A.C. Corcoran; "Cornell Alumni News" (H.A. Stevenson); Oscar Cox; Bill Cunningham; Dartmouth College Library; DeMott in "Oliver Wiswell"; Re. Charles Dickens; Doubleday & Company; Arthur W. DuBois, Jr.; Adam J. Eckert, re. his death; Mrs. Thomas Edrington; Robert L. Eichelberger; Dwight Eisenhower (The White House); Mrs. Russell Fairbanks; Fan letters: David Nutter, Tomlinson, Armsby, Lembree, Ferguson, Mrs. Mary Rodgers, Adkins, Cadmus, Staples, Henninger, Hill, Oxnard, Barr, Moore, Brown, Stratton, McVickery, Landrine, Dwight, Bradbury, Downing, Pleasants, Hallen, Taylor, Proctor, Kilpack; Farmer's Digest; Re. William Faulkner at the University of Virginia; Joseph E. Fields; Harold M. Florsheim; Re. "Foods of Old New England"; Harry T. Foote; Forest Service (State of Maine); Franklin Publications, Inc.; Roy L. Gale; Re. Geese; A. Hamilton Gibbs; Edwin T. Gibson; William D. Gilbertson, re. "Wandby" shipwreck; A.R. Glancy; "Gourmet"; Henry Gross; Victor J. Guenther, re. material for TV; Guggenheim Memorial Foundation, re. Calvin Hoffman; Robert Hale; Agnes Hale; Hugh Harley; Ralph Henderson; Henry Holt & Company (Gerald M. Simons), re. "The Green Dragon"; J.R. Hepler; Ralph Higgins; Robert W. Hill, re. Rebecca Nurse; Hoffman Calfin; Marie Houlihan; House of Falmouth, Inc.; Robert West Howard; Edward D. Ibbotsen; Invitations; Stephen L. Jacobs; Malcolm Johnson; Walt Kelly; "Kennebunk Star"; Kennebunkport, Maine; Donald E. Keyhoe; Otto Krueger; John O. LaGorce; Lawrence Smith; Re. Tobias Lear; Horace C. Levinson; Mrs. Thomas W. Libby; Theodore Lindorff; Little Brown & Co.; William Mahaney; Re. Maine Highway Commission; Re. Marlowe-Shakespeare authorship; Harry A. McBride; Ken McCormick, re. "Water Unlimited"; J.R Merrill; Metropolitan Museum of Art; Robert T. Monroe, re. Donald Bryant; Re. Moreau de St. Mery; Edmund S. Muskie; Stephen Nason; National Investigation Committee on Aerial Phenomena; Eric P. Newman, re. counterfeit continental money; Newspaper clippings; Leigh M. Nisbet; "Northwest Passage"; "Oliver Wiswell"; Orders; George Pattullo; F.A. Pearson; Penson & Company; Perry Como; Henry Pleasants, Jr.; Re. Dehydrated potatoes; "Rabble in Arms"; William Ratigan; "Reader's Digest"; Re. General Alford Richardson; Kenneth Roberts; Richard Roberts, re. Stephen Nason; Rocky Pastures, glossy photo of interior house; William Rollins, re. Wyeth portrait; Royal Bermuda Yacht Club; A. Milton Runyon (Doubleday); Clinton N. Rutan, re. William Ogden Wheeler; Rutger's University Press; Re. "Salem Witch Trials"; "Saturday Evening Post" (Ben Hibbs); Robert J. Skinner; Gail C. Smith; Lawrence Smith; Society of Authors (Ann Munro-Kerr); James B. Spear; Charles R. Steedman; Denham Sutcliffe; Walter Buckingham Swan; Mrs. Boen Swinny; Re. Banastre Tarleton; Thank you notes; The Fortean Society; Re. "The Green Dragon" by Robert D. Bass; Tom Hill Ltd.; Uniforms; University of Maine; University of Wisconsin; Albert D. van Nostrand; Re. "A Treasure of Vermont Life"; George Wales; Howard Walter; Re. "Wandby," shipwreck; R.L. Ward; Re. Water Dowsing; Re. "Water Unlimited"; Samuel R. Webber; Louis A. Webster (Department of Agriculture); Weekly Sales Slips; Herbert F. West; Bond Wheelwright; Walter M. Whitehill; Mrs. Clyde L. Whitney; Roger C. Williams; Re. N.C. Wyeth, portrait of Grandma Tibbets

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Box: 84, Dates: May 1957-May 1959

Correspondence Books: Letters, Vol. 40: Alice Black; Allis-Chalmers Manufacturing Company; American Antiquarian Society; American Petroleum Institute, re. water dowsing; Annie Laurie Williams, Inc.; Antiques; Joseph Arentz, re. his painting for "Boom Island"; Earl Aronson (Associated Press); "Art in America"; "Arundel"; Re. Asparagus; Morgan Baker, re. New England pronouncing; E. Ross Bartley (Indiana University); John Baxter; John Bell of Aberdeen; Cherney R. Berg, re. title of "Arundel"; Re. Black angus cattle; Alton H. Blackington; Re. Blueberries; "Boon Island"; Boston Athenaeum; Bowdoin Club of Portland; Owen Brewster; Elizabeth Brown, re. portrait by Blackburn; Charles Bruce, re. Canadian Loyalists; Donald Bryant; Prescott Bush; Re. Moses Butler; Calypso, Bermuda (John Hornburg); Campbell Soup Company; Canoeists; Chi Psi, "The Purple and Gold," Kenneth Roberts' obituary; Copies of childhood letters; Clara Claasen; "Colby Alumnus," obituary; Congressional Record, obituary remarks of Robert Hale; Irvin D. Cornealy; Cornell Club of New England; Cornell University; Bill Cunningham, Kenneth Roberts' obituary; Dartmouth College Library (Edward C. Lathem); "Collier's"; Dort Wakefield; Doubleday & Company; William O. Douglas; Coert DuBois; Re. "Emu" brig; Fan letters: Armstrong, Tremble, Gustafson, Easton, Stoddard, Kitts, Lewis, Peacock, Pulley; Re. Fertilizer; "Foods of Old New England"; Thomas Fransioli, re. his jacket for "Water Unlimited"; Re. Pilgrim Geese; A. Hamilton Gibbs; Goodspeed's Book Shop; "Gourmet"; Re. Guns; Robert Hale; Calvin Hoffman; Re. Hot buttered rum; Houghton Mifflin Co.; Invitations; Isle aux Noix; Jumble; Walt Kelly; Kennebunkport, Maine; Re. Kenneth Roberts Memorial Award (Doubleday); Robert E. Kerr, re. Daniel Morgan; Edward Connery Lathem, re. Kenneth Roberts' death; Grace Lawson(Adventures in Food); Stephen Leacock; Re. Tobias Lear; Alma Levinson; Library of Congress; "Lydia Bailey"; J.B. Lippencott Company; Daniel Longwell; Louisiana State University Press; Mabel Love; Re. Loyalists; Re. Characters in "Lydia Bailey"; Thomas Macdonough; Re. Privateer Brig MacDonough; Mrs. Albert P. Madeira; "March to Quebec"; Order for marrow spoons; Massachusetts Institute of Technology; MGM Pictures (Charles Schnee), re. "Arundel"; John Milligan; Monsanto Chemical Company; Re. Daniel Morgan; Re. Phil Mosser; Marjorie Mosser; National Cyclopedia of American Biography; Newspaper and magazine clippings; Obituaries; Orders; Re. Paperback and cheap editions; Evelyn Penrose, re. water dowsing; Penson & Co.; Richard H. Pough; "Publisher's Weekly"; Pulitzer Price Citation; "Rabble in Arms"; Thomas H. Raddall; Reading list, Maine school; Belford Richards, re. his research on brig "Emu"; Ann M. Roberts; Kenneth Roberts; Rocky Pasture; Re. Robert Rodgers' Journal; William Rollins; Sherwood Rollins, Jr.; Clinton N. Rutan, re. Col Matthias Ogden; E.R. Sawtell; Charles Schnee (MGM); Gails Smith, re. TV and motions picture rights; Society of Authors (Ann Munro-Kerr; Lee Somers; Mrs. Dale Stevenson; Re. Banastre Tarleton; J. Wright Taussig; Thank you notes; "The Battle of Cowpens"; "The Lively Lady" and "Captain Caution; "The Reader's Digest" (Ralph Henderson); Re. Turtles; Verrill, Dana, Walker, Philbrick & Whitehouse; Frederick Wardwell; Water dowsing; "Water Unlimited"; Herbert F. West; Walter M. Whitehall (Boston Athenaeum); Mrs. Clyde L. Whitney; James Playsted Wood; Re. N.C. Wyeth painting of Arnold's march to Quebec

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Box: 85, Dates: 1931

Correspondence Books: "Lively Lady": Outline for a series of American novels; Naming of Arnold Highway; Re. Arnold Benedict; "Arundel," contract; Timothy Bigelow; Re. Captain Thomas Boyle; Carl Brandt; French built brigs; British at Biddeford Pool in 1812; Mildred Burrage; Chausseur; Joseph Chadwick; Howard Irving Chapelle; Dartmoor Prison; Charles Dawes; Jailing of debtors in Massachusetts, Shay's Rebellion; Doubleday, Doran and Company; "King Dick"; "EMU"; Map of Fayal; John C. Fitzpatrick; Anton Otto Fisher; Fowling piece; William Tudor Gardiner; Gangway Pendulum; Rupert Hughs; "Lively Lady; Geroge H. Lorimer; Maine, verses by Ken; Map; Thomas E. Means; D.F. Middlebrook; Record of Nash family; Robert C. Nason; Nautical Terms; Pulitzer Prize; Elizabeth Rogers; "Rabble in Arms"; Journals of General and Madam Riedesel; Kenneth Roberts; Sagittarius People; Frank Sheridan; Julian Street; Booth Tarkington; Early use of Tomato; Tripolitan War; L.C. Tyler; "The Truth About A Novel"; Picture of "Vigilant"; The log book of "Wasp"; War of 1812

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Box: 86, Dates: June-September 1937

Correspondence Books: "Northwest Passage," Vol. 6: Angus & Robertson, re. Australian rights; Associated Press, re. interview; Agnes A. Aubin; Author's League; Roy Palmer Baker; Carroll Thayer Berry; Beverly Public Library; Billboards in Vermont; Sam Blythe; Boston City Club; William Aspenwall Bradley, re. French, Scandinavian and Czech rights; Braille; Brandt & Brandt; William LeRoy Brown; Bruce Chapman-Jesse Butcher, Inc.; A. & G. Caldwell; "Captain Caution"; Carthagena Expedition; Child's note to his father; Colston Leigh Inc., re. lecturing; Frank Condon; Coot Stew; Barton Currie; Curtis Brown; Dahl, cartoon; Dartmouth College; Charles Dawes; Arthur Dean; E.W. Deming; Bernard DeVoto; Frank Dodd; E. Lee Dorsett; Doubleday, Doran and Company; J. Hyde Eaton; Episcopal Academy; Ford Wentworth; Forts along New England Cost and Canada; H.A. Gosnell; Ernest Martin Hopkins; Rupert Hughes; Instrument to determine list of vessel at sea; John Lane (The Bodley Head Limited); Katniss and Tawho; J. Leslie Kincade; Leitensdorfer; Chilson Leonard; "Life" Magazine; C. Willard Linnard; Little Brown; "Lively Lady"; Graeme Lorimer; G.H. Lorimer; Re. Loyalists; Maine Society of the Sons of the American Revolution; Manlius School; Maps; Eleanor Markell; Massachusetts Institute of Technology; Harry McBride; William F. McKenney; New England Booksellers; "Northwest Passage"; Richard H. Recchia; Revolutionary Adventures of Ebenenzer Fox; Kenneth Roberts; Robertsons, Scottish clan; Hubert B. Rogers, descendent of Robert Rogers; John Rogers; Margaret Rogers; Richard Rogers; Re. Robert Rogers; "Saturday Evening Post"; Map of Scotland; "Scribner's Sons; Clifford Shipton; L. Sillcox; Edson B. Smith; John Spargo; Jack Strauss; Frank Stone; Lewis Stoyle; W. Denham Sutcliffe; Booth Tarkington song " Just Because I am Rich and Grand"; Ticonderoga; "Time" Magazine; Trafton; Dorothy M. Vaughan; Vesey; Von Eckhart; Herbert F. West; Lewis G. Whipple; Ben Ames Williams; Hattie Elizabeth Williams; Gustaf Witting; N.C. Wyeth

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Box: 87, Dates: September-December 1937

Correspondence Books: "Northwest Passage," Vol. 7: List of books on Algiers; American First Editions, Frank Stone; Andrews; "Arundel"; Author's League; Re. Arnold Benedict; Barbary States; Best-Seller List; Andrew Bigelow; Blackburns; Sam Blythe; Boston Book Fair; Boston Seaman's Friend Society; Boston Teachers Club; Brandt & Brandt; James Bristow; E.W. Butterfield; Buxton; "Captain Caution," Hungarian situation; Re. Chief of Caughnawaga; Hector Chevigny; Palmer E. Clarke; Contemporary American Literature; Cosmetics; Curtis Brown; S. Foster Damon; Dartmouth College; Re. Deer in New England; Dodd, Mead & Company; Doubleday, Doran and Company; Episcopal Academy; Feld-Crawford; Fort at No. 4.; Forbes, New England Diaries; Guy Gannett; George Gray; Hector Holmes; Holle & Verlag; Home Library of 500 selected books; Houghton Mifflin Company; Re. Noise in furnace ducts; Hewitt Howland; Jewish Vocational Aid Society; Lee Keedick; Kenneth Payson Kempton; Atwater and Mabel Kent; J. Leslie Kincaid; Milo King; Wilford King; John O. LaGorce; Chilson Leonard; "Life" Magazine; Little Brown; Alma Lorimer; Goerge Horace Lorimer; Re. Loyalists; The Maine Coast, list of books; Maps; Re. Marie Antoinette; Joan Marion; Massachusetts Society of the Cincinnati; New York Newspaper Women's Club; New York University; "New York World Telegram"; Northeastern University; "Northwest Passage"; Northwest Territory Celebration ; Paramount; Stanley Pargellis; Pear Pollinger & Higham, Ltd.; Ballistic pendulum; Pendulum Gangway; Phi Beta Kappa; Radio Broadcasts; Rare Book Company; Ruschenberger; Kenneth Roberts; Elizabeth Browne Rogers; Margaret Rogers; Re. Robert Rogers; Rogers Weekend; "Saturday Evening Post"; Marion Saunders; Seventh Regiment Gazette; Clifford Shipton; Albert Smalley; Edson B. Smith; Enos Stevens; Stoyle; Tarbell family in American; Tavern Club; Towne Genealogy; "Trending Into Maine"; Tripoli; United States Senate; R.W.G. Vail; Verlag Friedrich Vorwerk & Company; Washington City; Herbert F. West; Audrey Wood; N.C. Wyeth

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Box: 88, Dates: December 1937-April 1938

Correspondence Books: "Northwest Passage," Vol. 8: Re. Benedict Arnold; Author's League; "Arundel"; "Arundel Appendix"; Arundel, re-naming Kennebunkport; Angus & Robertson; Adelphi College; A.P. Watt & Son; American Antiquarian Society; Alfred A. Knopf; Book Society News; Sam Blythe; Bestsellers of 1937; F.A. and Mrs. Bixby; Brandt & Brandt; Mark Beauchamp; Stephen Burroughs; Boston & Maine Railroad; Bompiani; Braised Ox Tail Joints; Contract; Curtis Brown; Culberhouse; Collins; George Rogers Clark; George Clarke; Thomas Clarke; Robert Choate; Captain Jeremiah O'Brien Memorial Association; Cornell Club of New England; Culver Military Academy; Frank I. Cowan; Robert I. Center; Chili Sauce; Clements Library, Ann Arbour; Contract; Doubleday, Doran and Company; Dictionary of the American History; F. Delatte; Else Targe Dougall; Dunbarton, NH., history; Marion Groesbeck Erickson; Encyclopedia Brittanica of 1815; Derwood R. Frost; J.M. Finlayson, Jr.; George Frech; Goodspeed's Book Shop; Grandmother's cooking; Christopher Greene; Gridiron Dinner; Ernest Martin Hopkins; Robert Hughs; Houghton Mifflin; Harold Ober; Author's Representative –von Auw; Huguenot Society; Indian Pudding Sauce; Jones Bob; Kamanaskis Pass; Little Brown, re. "Trending in Maine"; "Let Me Show You New Hampshire"; Chilson Leonard; Leland Hayward; Lafayette Hotel, Portland, Maine; R. Jack Lucas-Fisher; J.M. Love; Allen Lomax; Manuscript Repairer; Map: New Hampshire, 1784; Map: Arundel 1755-1758; Maps; John Marquand; Joseph McCormick, Jr.; Middlebury College; Massachusetts Institute of Technology; Joan Marion; Mason F. Van Wyck; Montresor Maps; MGM, re. new book; Maine Development Commission; Mince Pine; Daniel Merrill; Harverd L. Mann; "New York Post"; "Newport Daily Express"; Newport; Mary G. Nye; "Northwest Passage"; Noreys Jephson O'Connor; Parker Pen Advertisement; Penobscot River; John Peters; Sales of Parkman; Phi Beta Kappa; Courtnay H. Pitt; Providence Plantation Club; George Pfeifer III; "Rabble in Arms"; Margaret Rogers; Dale Rollins; Kenneth Robert; Roosevelt Memorial Association; Killian Roberts; Thomas Grafton Rogers; Song: "On A Turtle Feast"; Frank Stone; Mrs. W. Ellery Sedgwick; Verses on Serena; Sienkiewicz; "Saturday Evening Post"; Fred Lyon Stone; Lewis E. Stoyle; "Saturday Review"; Sausage; Gene Tunney; Re. The use of the word 'tumbler'; "Trending Into Maine"; University of Wisconsin; William Lynch Vallee; Robert C. Vose; Western Reserve; N.C. Wyeth; Audrey Wood; Stanley Woodward; White Entertainments; Mrs. Chesley Hastings Woodward; Worcester Woman's Club; William A. Berkey Furniture Company; Woman's Educational and Industrial Union

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Box: 89, Dates: March-September 1938

Correspondence Books: "Northwest Passage," Vol. 9: Randolph G. Adams; Rosemary Ahern; Author's League of America; Sam Blythe; Boston & Maine Railroad; Bowdoin College; Bennett Cerf; Clements' Library; William Collins; Curtis Brown; Allan Roy Dafoe; Elrick Davis; Re. Dialect of Maine; Doubleday, Doran and Company; R.L. Dufus; English reviews of "Northwest Passage"; Fool letters; Esther Forbes, re. Major Bigelow; Fried Pies; Lady Grenfell; Haddock Smother Recipe; Holle & Verlag; Rupert Hughes; Lee Keedick; John Thomas Lee; Chilson Leonard; Limited Editions Club; Re. Loyalists; Lawrence Martin, re. Town of Tripoli; Middlebury College; Margaret Mitchell; Little, Brown & Company; Harry MacBride; Loring McMillen; Modern Library; Paul D. Moody; "Northwest Passage"; Grace Lee Nute; Mary G. Nye; Ensign Otis; S.H.P. Pell; Frazier Forman Peters; Verne Porter; Pulitzer Prize; Harold T. Pulsifer; Ravine House in NH.; Republican National Committee Chairman; Elizabeth Ring; D. Kilham Roberts; Salt Fish Dinner; "Saturday Evening Post"; "Saturday Review of Literature"; Re. Shay's Rebellion; Edson Smith; Standard Oil of New Jersey; S.D.R. Sturgis, Jr.; Theatre Arts Committee; Arthur B. Tourtellot; "Trending Into Maine"; R.W.G. Vail; Audrey Wood; N.C. Wyeth

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Box: 90, Dates: September 1938-March 1939

Correspondence Books: "Northwest Passage," Vol. 10: R.G. Adams; Albatross; Re. Eradication of Alders; American Foundation for the Blind; L.A. Andrews; Angus & Robertson, royalty statements; Re. Benedict Arnold; Re. Arnold trail; Bates College; R.E. Billings; Sam Blythe; C.K. Bolton; Book list; Boston Athenaeum; Brackett & Shaw; Ronald Bridges; Charles F. Brooks; Frank Buxton; John Carter; Bennett Cerf, re. "Arundel"; Robert Choate; Sister Choate; Clara Claasen; Foster Coffin; Collins Publishers; W.A.R. Collins; Eugene Connett; Cooking; Cornell University; Curtis Brown; Daughters of the American Revolution; Re. Darkroom; T.C. Eastman; Fan letters: Burton Etherington, Brook Leavitt; T. Tatnall Brown, Dean Haverford College; Sanford B. Hunt; Maine State Library, re. name of Nason, re. cook book Ken sent to a woman; Fred Fasset; First National Bank; Fish skinning device; Re. Flowerhouse; A.N. Frost; Richard Fuller; Gangway Pendulum; Arthur Gibbs; Hugh Gibson; Glen Bros.; David L. Graham; Agnes Hale; Richard Halliday; John C. Hanchett; William J. Harvey; Henry Stevens, Sons & Stiles; Edward Hubbard; Re. Captain Jonas Hubbard; Robert Hughes, re. Loyalists; Malcolm Johnson; W.E. Johnson; W. Storrs Lee; Jay Lewis; Little Brown & Co.; Milton Lord; Alma Lorimer; Re. Louisburg; Re. Loyalists; John H. Lyon; "March to Quebec"; Lawrence Martin; James McNamara; Meigs; MGM, re. "Oliver Wiswell"; Marjorie Mills; "Milwaukee Journal"; Christopher Morley; George Murphy; Re. Picture of Jane Nason by Wyeth; R.F. Nason; National Library for the Blind; Adelaide Neall; Allen Nevins; "Northwest Passage"; Victor M. Orsatti; Paramount Pictures, re. "Oliver Wiswell"; Stanley Pargellis; Re. Pears; R.W. Penley; Phoebe's pedigree; Re. Captain John Pierce; Portland Flying Service; Reader's Union; D. Kilham Roberts; Kenneth Roberts; O.P. Robinson; John F. Royal; Robert Rubin, re. filming of "Northwest Passage"; Harold Rugg; W.N. Seaver, re. "Arundel"; Shakespearian translation; Clifford K. Shipton; Luise Sillcox; Edson Smith; Herman Dunlap Smith; St. George Property; Re. Charles Stedman; Edward R. Stettinius, Jr.; Frank Stone; Wes Stout; S.D. Sturgis; Mrs. George W. Summersby; H.N. Swanson, re. "Rabble in Arms"; G.D. Tilly; Tractor; "Trending in Maine"; Water Analysis; Carl J. Weber; Weekly Report Slips; Gabriel Wells; Herbert F. West; Ecco Wieland; Ben Williams; A. Royce Wolfe; N.C. Wyeth; Yankee Cook Book

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Box: 91, Dates: 1935-1936

Correspondence Books: Pre-"Northwest Passage, "Vol. 1: Re. Arnold Benedict; "Arundel," German edition; Re. Astronomers at Dartmouth; American Historical Novel; Amherst College; "Atlantic Monthly"; Advertising; Boston University; British Publishers; Elizabeth Browne; Butterfield; Bangor Rotary Club; Caldwell; Colby College; Carver; Colston Leigh Inc.; Curtis Brown; Christy & Moore Ltd.; John Campbell; "Critics of he Administration are too Damned Dumb to Understand"; Doubleday Doran; Margaret Deland; Lucy Drucker; Charles Dawes; Peter D'Arcy; Frank Dodd; Exeter Academy; Ends of the Earth Club; Frederick G. Fassett, Jr. Fiction Lovers Library; Paul Clark Fullam; "For Author's Only"; Marion Cobb Fuller; William Gilliland; John Heckenwelder; Bob Hunt; Holle & Co. Verlag; Ernest Martin Hopkins; "It Must Be Your Tonsils"; Institute; Via dei Mille Immelen; Jaffa Colonists; Chandler Johnson; Lee Keedick; George E. Lawrence; Chilson Leonard; Lecture; Lake Champlain; George H. Lorimer; "Lively Lady"; Little Brown & Co.; Lane; John O. LaGorce; Stephen Laurent; Gustave Lanctot; "Let us go Down East with Novelists," article; Cost of Lewis and Clark expedition; "Lost Colony" or "Maine Colony"; "Morgan's March Through Maine," article; Paul D. Moody; Montgomery; Milton Academy; Draught and description of 'Mary Galley'; Maine Authors; Return Jonathan Meigs; Allan Nevins; Mary G. Nye; New York Historical Society; New York Public Library; Nordhoff and Hall; "Northwest Passage"; Nason; S.H.P. Pell; Sarah Pell; Maurice J. Pollard; "Philadelphia"; Stanley Pargellis; Pickersgill; Dorothy Polky; Pepperrell-Wentworth Family; Re. Robert Rogers; Re. Mrs. Rogers portrait by Blackurn; "Royal Savage"; Harold G. Rugg; "Rabble in Arms"; Kenneth Roberts; Weinold Reiss; Society of Authors; Saint Francsi (Odanak); Re. Lt. Samuel Stephens; William S. Sims; List of six best selling fiction, gloomy, sexy, bogus; "This Week"; U.S. Department of Agriculture; United States Congress; University of Maine; Union College; Maps of battle of Valcour Island, 1776; Village Book Stall; John Vincent; Dorothy M. Vaughan; Herbert F. West; Wattoquitchey Falls; Eleazar Wheelock; N.C. Wyeth; Wallace H. White

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Box: 92, Dates: 1936-1937

Correspondence Books: Pre-"Northwest Passage,"Vol. 2: Authors' League; "Arundel;" American Scandinavian Society; Association of Industrial Accident Boards and Commissions; Basic English, Braun vs. White; Broiled-live lobster; Wallace Beery; Mildred Burrage; Sam Blythe; Brizzi explains the Gigliese; Mrs. Robert Brown; Walter Channing Inc.; Robert Choate; Civil War Diary; Committee of One Hundred; Curtis Brown; Derivation of Caunghnawaga; "Captain Caution;" Countryman Press; Doubleday Doran; Dean Academy; Dartmouth College; Vaughan Dennett; Ends of the Earth Club; Episcopal Academy; Exeter Academy; Anton Otto Fischer; Fort at Number 4; Fort Cassin, Vermont; Fort Wentworth; French and Indian War; Martha B. Gilliland; Gourmet Society of N.Y.; Holle & Co. Verlag; S.L. Herrick; Zoltan Haraszti; Ernest M. Hopkins; Hudson Automobile; John Lane; Keewaydin Caps; Landon; Chilson Leonard; Louse Stories of 1936; George Lorimer; Graeme Lorimer; L. Lamprey; "Lively Lady;" Little Brown; Manlius School; Massachusetts Institute of Technology; Massachusetts Society of the Cincinnati; W. F. McKenney; Military Science Lecture ; "Northwest Passage;" Allan Nevins; Mary G. Nye; Oak Seminary; Pargellis; Cy Perkins; Parents League Reading List; Pearn Pollinger & Higham; Publishers Weekly; Kenneth Roberts; Joshua Read; Robert Rogers; B. Rogers Winifred; Rains Galleries; Wenold Reiss; Grace H. Rogers; Margaret Rogers; "Rogers Rangers;" William S. Sims; "Saturday Evening Post"; G. W. Sea Otter; Spiesmaker or Spiessmacher; Clifford K. Shipton; Saint Francis- Memphremagog—Connecticut River scenes; Society of Colonial Wars in State of Maine; Matthew Thornton; N. B. Tarkington; Time of Sunrise; University of Chicago; Viktor Pfeiffer & Henry Etlinger; Waynflete School; Western Reserve University

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Box: 93, Dates: November 1940-April 1941

Correspondence Books: "Oliver Wiswell,": Abenaki Kennels; Paul Allen; American Antiquarian Society; Helene Ault; Re. Author's agents; Autograph seekers; Kenneth Blair; Boston Public Library; Bastardly letters; Brown University; Hamp Bryant; Re. Usage of "Buddy" in Revolutionary days; Re. Aaron Burr; Mildred Burrage; Lt. Col. Elbridge Colby; George H. Corey; Re. Revolutionary drum; Emma Eichler; C. Edward Graves; Fan letters: Adare; Anderson, Abrams, Albert, Allen, Balch, Baker, B.L. Battle, Barnard, Barnes, Barrell, Bechtel, Belcher, Benson, Bergner, Bickford, Blaschke, Blesi, Block, Paul Bliss, Alice Bond, Boud, Brace, Bradlee, Bradstreet, Brewer, Brown, Buchold, Thomas Buell, Bullard, Carl Burger, Burnett, Burton, Buxton, Caldwell, Casanova, Cashin, Chapin, Charters, Clark, Clarke, Cochran, Cohen, Copp, Coryell, Cowan, Cowie, Crawford, Cunningham, Curtis, Dodge, Donovan, Dougine, Drake, Drew, Durgin, Edwards, Emerson, Endicott, Evans, Eveleth, Fernald, Field, Flather, Fleischer, Fletcher, Forgeron, Freeman, Bertha Fuller, L.R. Fuller, Gale, Gates, Gebelein, Giacomini, Gilman, Goethe, Gordon, Green, Greenleaf, Griffith, R.L. Groves, Dora Groves, Hamilton, Hanchett, Hanretty, Hansen, Hanson, Hart, Hartmann, Hebb, Hendrick, Hipkiss, Hird, Hodgkins, Howard, Huden, Ingalls, Joiner, Jump, Kareta, Kene, Kennebunkport Post Office, Kenseth, Knowles, Larned, Lee, Levings, Ann Lindbergh, Loos, Ludden, Luebner, Luques, MacHarrie, MacFarlane, MacKinnon, MacMillan, Maher, Malley, Martineau, May, McFarland, McLean, Merkley, C.B. Miller, Miller, Milligan, Moore, Morrison, Murphy, Nevin, Nutter, O'Brien, Oldham, Phillips, Pleasants; Poole, Potter, Preston, Pridgen, Ransom, Raymond, Reed, Rideout, Riley, Roberts, O.P. Robinson, Roland, Rollins, Rose, Rotter, Sadin, Saliers, Saunders, Sears, Seavey, Sellman, Shearer, Sherwood, Sickler, Siegfried, Somers, Spellman, Archbishop of NY, Stonesifer, Strauss, Stringham, Sumner, Swan, Swett, Tatum, Taylor, Teed, Thomas, Thompson, Townsend, Truesdale, Van der Veer, Vaughan, Walehen, Walker, Walsh, Elmer Ward, Walkeys, Weinstein, Weiss, Weller, Welling, Wentworth, Wheeler, Whittier, Wierbach, Paul Wiswall, Dorothy Wiswall, Wixson, Wolfstein, Worrell, Worthy, Wren, H.A. Wright, W.E. Wright; John H. Hargrove; Roy E. Hawkinson; H. Heap, Jr.; Elvira Hubbard, re. Lord's Point; Re. Inoculation; Franklin W. Hazen; Kennebunkport Library; Fred M. Kiefer; L. Lamprey; G. Lanctot; Arthur Levine; Charles H. Lincoln; Howard Major; Mildred Manton; Alison Maxim; Marshall McClanahan; "Mother Campbell"; New York Public Library; New York Society Library; Re. Norridgewock; Nut letters; Re. "O.K"; Stanley Pargellis; Re. "Philadelphia"; Re. Red Cross packages; Re. Name Kenneth Roberts; Frederick Sullen; Fred Townsend; Vernon Twitchell; United Empire Loyalists; William L. Vallee; Valley Forge Military Academy; Re. Vladivostok; Re. Henry Wade; Chuck Williams; "Oliver Wiswell"; James B. Wood; John Woodcock

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Box: 94, Dates: 1931-1934

Correspondence Books: "Rabble in Arms": Author's Guild; Re. Arnold Benedict; American Consuls; Arnold's Squadron; British Army; Carl Brandt; Roark Bradford; Samuel Barney; Blakemore; Arthur Brewster; Braille; Clinton; "Captain Caution"; Cartagena Expedition; Chi Psi; Curtis Brown; Doubleday, Doran; Dartmouth College; Margaret Deland; Charles Dawes; "En roulant ma boule"; Fleet; Fort Anne; Fish; Guns on 'Congress' and 'Washington'; Martha Gold; Robert Garland; Notes on Gates; Gundelow; Re. Ebenezer Huntington; "Historic Shepherdstown"; Frederick Hale; Zoltan Haraszti; Harrison Loring Harrington; Harper Brothers; Hamilton Papers; Curtice N. Hitchcock; "Inquiry Into Diets"; John Lane (The Bodley Head Limited); La Roche de Fermoy; Lake Champlain ships; "Lively Lady"; Lecture; Draught of Lee; Little Brown and Company; George H. Lorimer, re. refusal of "Arundel"; Dan Longwell; Map of country over which "Rabble in Arms" fought and marched; Horace Sawyer Mazet; Montgolfier; Motion Pictures; Montgomery Prints; William Morrow and Company; Notes on Nason; National Broadcasting Company; Ohio Society; S.H.P. Pell; Hyde Preston; Theodore Roosevelt; "Rabble in Arms"; Re. Revolutionary manuscripts; Reynal and Hitchcock; R.K.O. Pictures; Re. Roberts-Hammond Controversy; "Royal Savage"; Notes on Schuyler; Simmons, diary of private in Arnold's army; Sauk and Foxes; Re. Ship construction; Mark Sullivan; Songs; Re. Ticonderoga; "True Blooded Yankee"; Washington Galley; Whitehall; Ben Ames Williams; Bayze Wells Journal; Re. Women in American Revolutionary Army; Re. Colonel Wigglesworth; William Heinemann Ltd.; N.C. Wyeth; R.W.S. Vail; 'Vigilant'

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Box: 95, Dates: 1885-1957

Correspondence Books: Roberts' Scrapbook with clippings organized by state and countries

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Box: 96, Dates: April 1944-October 1948

Correspondence Books: Water Dowsing, Vol. 1: R.R. Agner;Sam Allen;Robert M. Appelbaum; E.S. Asselstine (US Department of the Interior, Geological Survey);Stanley B. Attwood; Mrs. J.M. Barker; Elmer R. Batchelder; L.F. Beers; Harry L. Bennett; A.H. Bell (British Society of Dowsers);Alton H. Blackington; P.C. Bliss; Catherine A. Bonner; Robert T. Borland; Edwin T. Boswell; C. Boynton; Mrs. Ralph U. Brett; Welland S. Horn; John R. Bryce; F. Wells Brown; Mrs. Maynard Brown; Jesse H. Buffum; William Bush; Vannevar Bush; Mrs. Walter H. Butterfield; Charles W. Byars; Jack A. Caminer; Hugh J. Casey; W. Barry Cassell; Thomas F. Chadwick; Robert Choate; A.W. Cisler; Neil McCullough Clark; Mrs. H.E. Comer; Dan Comstock; Curtis A. Cromwell; John C. Crowley; N.T. Dana; Cornelius deWitt; Donald S. Duncan; Jal L. Durrell; G.E. Downing; J. Vale Downie; E.E. Dudley; Bradley Dewey; Fred J. Doolittle; Edna M. Duby; Edward J. Dullmeyer; George A. Emory; Ray D. Everson; Joseph A. Ewart; Dean A. Fales; Fred Ferris; Merle Finnie; Margaret A. Firth; William Forsyth; Mary L. Fox; Richard Fuchs; Fenton Gall; Arthur W. Gardner; John N. Garner; Roy H. Gaskill; George W. Glenn; Carl F. Glick; Everett F. Greaton; Fred E. Green; John Gould; June O'Grady; Harry D. Barton-Hart; E.E. Hardin; Richard G. Harwood; Mrs. R.M. Hayes; Ivan H. Hayes; A.C. Hayward; Gilbert D. Hedden; Ruth Henderson; Walter R. Hepner; Charles E. Hodges; N. Matthew Holt; Welland S. Horn; George G. Hubbard; Phyllis Hubbart; Louis L. Huillier; Nathan Ignatinsky; Harold W. Ingham; ; James L. Jenks; Albert E. Judkins; Raymond Lovejoy; Frank H. King; J. David Larson; Mrs. George C. Lawrence; L. Leaycraft; S.H. Locke; Henry W. Longfellow (Iowa); Daniel Longwell; Richard B. Lucas; Earle A.F. MacDougall; H. Macdonald; Frank Madigan; J.E. Meadows; Mrs. Robert Messinger; Serena Meskimen; Walter Mesko; Robert Messer; A.R. Midgley; Jerry Mrs. Ralph Morse; Hugh Morton;Charles Mraz; Mrs. Paul Murdoch; George B. Murley; Gardner Murphy; A.C. Needham; Billie W. Nicolson; Mrs. Palmer R. Nickerson; Harold C. Osborn; Enah I. Orff; C.C. Palmerston; Edwin A. Pflaum; Mrs. John W. Philbrick; William Pinches; (Parapsychology Laboratory, Duke University); George U. Pilimore; Henry Pleasants,Jr.; L.H. Pridgen; Tom Prideaux; George B. Primmer; S.H. Porter; Robert Reed; F.J. Reny (Portland Water District); J.B. Rhine; William Richards; Alban Richey; Frederick Rimbach; J.R. Ryan; R.L. Ryler; Mrs. Imo Sandhammer; Edward R. Sargent; Brooks Shepard; H. von Schulenberg; R.D. Scovill; E.R. Sedgwick; Irene Snellings; Mrs. G. H. Staples; T.G. Stewart; Mrs. Fred A. Stickney; Louis H. Stoneman; Arthur L. Swift; Neal Tanquary;Eugene Tanks; Mrs. Irwin S. Thatcher; J.R. Terry (Department of Agriculture, British Columbia); Kenneth B. Tracy; M. Thorne; Joseph M. Trefethen; C.W. Truesdell; Norman R. Underwood; Mrs. Thomas St. V. Ward; Gordon S. Wallace; Owen R. Washburn;R.A. Waterman; Edward Watson; William J. Wauters;James Weeks; H.E. Wells; Harold Wheeler; Mrs. John Wells; J.G. Williams; Roger C. Williams; Theodore P. Wolfe; Frank G. Wolfe

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Box: 97, Dates: October 1948-June 1950

Correspondence Books: Water Dowsing, Vol. 2: C.H. Abbot; American Antiquarian Society; American Library Service; C.W. Anderson; Elliott Arnold; Re. Bacteria; D.S. Barton; E.R. Batchelder; John F. Berry; Verne Black; Blazing Trail Camp; British Society of Dowsers; Park Breck; H. Addington Bruce; Bucyrus-Erie Company (drills); Mildred Burrage; Camp Ettowah; Camp Wigwam (Arthur Lehman); Cesare Carminiani; Arnold F. Cayser; Chemical Attraction Oil Company; Robert B. Choate; Clara Classen; Robert Clark; Connecticut Academy of Arts and Sciences; Charles G. Dawes; Re. Depth estimating; Deming Co. (pumps); William S. Diel; Re. Doodle-bug; Doubleday, press release; Raymond Dow; Dowsers; Drill; A. George Erickson; F.G. Fassett, Jr.; Re. Geologists; Edmond P. Gibson; Paul Goldsbury; John Gould; Frederick E. Green; Henry Gross; R.H. Gutsmethl; Frank Haire; Robert Hale; Gus Hanson; Raymond Harper; Harvard University, Department of Geology; H.H. Henshaw; Edwin C. Hill; F.B. Hendricks; James L. Jenks (cardiograph machines); J.T. Judkins; Frank King; King Edward VII Memorial Hospital; Horace C. Levinson; Alfred G. Martin; Maxwell McGavern; Mineral Information Service; Marjorie Mosser; Richard Mosser, Gardner Murphy; Re. Myers pump; National Geographic Society (Stuart Jones); Newspaper clippings; John S. Peck; Flavia Pediconi; Re. Pendulum; Evelyn M. Penrose; Photographs, Henry in Bermuda; Re. Poland Water; Richard C. Potter; George B. Primmer; Prospect Garrison (Major Weld); Henry K. Puharich (Round Table Foundation); Terry Rexforde; J.B. Rhine (Parapsychology Laboratory); Re. Charles Richet; Royal Gazette; George Rupp; Sex Predictions; Brooks Shephard; Society of Authors; Stanley Spurling; Brad Stephens; Chet L. Swital; T-Ledge Camp Director; R.W. Taylor; Frank C. Thomas; Joseph Trefethen; S.W. Tromp; Howard Trott; Guy Underwood; Want to find water; Water analysis; R.A. Wershing; Harry E. Wheeler; Ben Ames Williams; Roger Williams

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Box: 98, Dates: May 1950-June 1951

Correspondence Books: Water Dowsing, Vol. 3: D. Ainsworth, map; G. Akerson, R.H. Alger; N.W. Allen; N.S. Ames; E.F. Amy; American Antiquarian Society; A.S. Anderson; D. Ashdown; F.O. Bailey Inc.; W.R. Barnhill; P. Barret ("True" Magazine); Bates College; R. Berry; B. Bingham; S.B. Binkowski; A.H. Blackington; H. Blakeslee; Alice D. Bond; Perry Bond; Park Breck; W. Bruce; Bucyrus-Erie Co.; "Business Outlook"; C.E. Campbell; H.K. Champlin; L. Chezem; Robert Choate; Sister Choate; F.H. Christie; Clare Claasen; C.R. Codman; R.P.T. Coffin; W.A.R. Collins; Mrs. E. Combs; Cornell Reunion Report; J.E. Courtney; F. Coutts (Northeastern Vermont Development Association); C.R. Coxe; Wingate Cram; G.P. Criswell; M.R. Cushing; Dartmouth College Library; H. Dean; V.C. DeLeon; Deming Company; H. Double; J. Dow; J.V. Downie; Dowsing cartoon; C. DuBois; F.C. Edminster; R. Eels; Mrs. Walter Ellis; P.A. Ernst; Evans, locating water for the Cushings; C.H. Favor; J.M. Feely; C.C. Fernald; J.E. Fields; M. Forejt; G.P. Gannett; J.W. Garms; A.H. Gibbs; E.P. Gibson; E.W. Goodwin; H.W. Gray; H. Gross; Ground Water Conservation and Development Bulletin; R. Groves; R. Hale; C.S. Hammond; E. Hansen; W.M. Harper; W.B. Hayward; R.R. Hebert; HGDR memorandum contract; S.B. Holden; P. Hollister; R.A. Honkala; R.W. Howard; A.H. Hunsiker; Ixnay (Nickerson); R.S. Jenkins; J.L. Jenks, Jr.; A. Johnson, Skinner & Sherman, Inc.; J. Johnson; Pyke Johnson, Jr.; Kennebunkport map; Keystone Driller Co.; Virginia Kirkus Bulletin; R.A. Laurence; J.A. Lautz; Dick Learned; W. Colston Leigh; H. Levinson; Heins Liepman; Chester E. Littlefiled; W. Livingston; S. Lovisek; J.S. MacNider; P. McCrum; McCulloch Motor Corp.; McWhinnie Water Well & Engineering Construction Ltd.; Mrs. D. Mahoney; T. Mahoney ("Biddeford Journal); Maine Dental Society (Dr. Gilley); Sabra P. Mallett; Mansfield Bleachery; J. Marquand; D.R. Marston; Middlesex County Extension Service; C.S. Mill; F. Miller; Eve Mills; Mount Washington Observatory (Dick Learned); F.B. Myers & Bros. Co.; H.H. Meyers; Newspaper clippings; "New Yorker," poem by Kaye Starbird; "New York Herald Tribune"; "New York Times"; V. Norton; Ohio Weslyan; Kilby P. Osborn; "Pageant," re. Rhine; Parapsychology Bulletin; J. Parsons; K. Pediconi; Evelyn N. Penrose; C.A. Perley; C. Phillips; K.A. Phillips; Photographs; D.H. Pope; W.E. Powers; Jency Price; Louise Putnam; Re. Radial Detection; Rh-Erythroblastosis Fetalis; J.B. Rhine; R.S. Richmond; W.J. Ricker; A. Percival Robertson; Anne Rollins; Sherwood Rollins; G. Rupp; J. Saleil; H.P. Sands; Saratoga Springs Authority; Warfield & Stephens Satterlee; Leona Huessy Savithes; C.M. Schmidt; Brooks Shepard; Mrs. Ed. R. Small; Mrs. Berkley Smith; D.R. Smith; H.E. Smith; S. Spurling (Headquarters Bermuda Base Command); C. Spurlock; J.L. Stanley; E.A. Stark; Statistics; K. Steichen; Grace Stewart; C.S. Sydnor; L. Templeton; Mrs. J. Thiele; L. Thomas; L. Towne; J.M. Trefethen; G.E. Trisler; Hl. Trott, water analysis; I. Van Doren; A.E. Verill; Gustav von Pohl; L. Walston; Water; "Water Unlimited Inc.," records; Water Well & Engineering Construction Ltd.; Weather Bureau, Mt. Washington; E. Weeks; A.H. Welch; Herbert F. West; Brooks Whitehouse; G.T. Whitla; N.K. Wiggin; Ben Ames Williams; R.C. Williams; S.T. Williamson; F. Willis; M.E. Wolfe; L.M. Woodworth; Yogi

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Box: 99, Dates: January-March 1951

Correspondence Books: Water Dowsing, Vol. 4: Adams; G.H. Adamson, re. dowsing planets; American Water Works Service Company; E.F. Amy; C.M. Ashdown; W.G. Ball; W.A. Bancroft; "Bangor News" (Trefethen); Mrs. Enid Beaupre; L.F. Beers; A.H. Bell (British Society of Dowsers); J.A. Bensinger; Best Sellers; A.H. Blackington; Charlotte Blodget; Alice D. Bond; N. Bond; D.M. Boyer; P. Breck; C.F. Brown; H.A. Brown; J.H. Buffum; J. Burgess; P.L. Burnham; T. Burns; G. Burt; James Cagney; K. Cain; V.L. Cameron; Campbell's Book Store; Mrs. P. Caponini; R.D. Carse; F.E. Chapin; C.O. Chisholm; Robert Choate; Clara Claasen; Lulu Clark; N.Mc.C. Clark; D.T. Comstock; D. Conroy; J.W. Coombs; Wingate Cram; W.J. Crawford; D.A. Cummings; Bill Cunningham; E.J. Dahl; C.G. Dawes; J.L. Devers; B. Dewey; E.R. Dewey; Dowsing requests; C. Dubois; P.R. Dunbar; C.T. Durgin; R.A. Evans; E.K. Fanning; J.C. Faulkner, Jr.; Faye Emerson Show; L.M. Fleisher; F.M. Flynn; G. Foley; Eleanor Frasca; J.W. Garms; Justine Georges; A.R. Glancy; Mrs. L. Gould; F.L. Green; A.S. Guest; W. Guild; R.H. Gutesmethl; Lloyd Haimiol; Robert Hale; E. Hansen; W.M. Harlow; R. Harper; J. Hayward; HGDR; P. Hollister; G.S. Holt; R.W. Howard; Mrs. Hoxie; Mrs. R.E. Hubbard; G.K. Hurd; B.K. Jacobs; Mrs. F.W. Jacobs (Maine State Library); Wilton Jaffee; Mrs. Morris Johnston; Douglas Jones; Martha Judd; F.C. Kelley; P.R. Kelly; Ms. B. Kendrick; Mrs. Leslie Kimmell; C.A. King; Kroch's Bookstore; W.F. Lackey; H.F. Langhorst; Betty Leh; N. Leighton; H. Levinson; Sophia Lovisek; R.H. Lovejoy; A.G. Lynn, re. Bushman speering for water; W.R. McCormick; E.B. Macrae (E.P. Dutton Co.); Mansfield Bleachery; Al Martin; L. Martin; Edna Matson; A.W. Meinershagen; C.S. Mill; F. Modigan; Mrs. D. Moon; H. Morton; L. Moszezynski; F.R. Moulton; C. Mraz; Helen Nearing; Newspaper clippings; Marion Noble; L.S. Palen; A.N. Parlee; J. Parsons; J. Pearson; E. Peets; F. Pendexter, re. auger; R.H. Pew (Portland Red Cross); Photographs; Mary Pritchett; Publicity, Doubleday; Public Record Office; Radiesthesia; J.B. Rhine; L.A. Riley; B. Robinson; C.R. Roseberry; Rotarians (Flash Biddeford); "Saturday Review of Literature"; Speech, K.R. Biddeford; S. Spurling; L. Stanchfield; J.L. Stanley; B. Stride; I.M. Strong; A. Tedeschi; Miss W. Thompson; M. Triau; H. Trott; H.W. Tucker; J.R. Tufton; L. Towne; A.P. Wadleigh; F.E. Waterman; Water Unlimited Inc.; Herbert F. West; B. Whitehouse; H.E. Wiener; Annie Worster; A.C. Wright; Van Cleef; I. van Doren; W. van Eseltine; E.W. Zeysegg

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Box: 100, Dates: February-May 1951

Correspondence Books: Water Dowsing, Vol. 5: H.W. Acton (dowser); J. Alexander; Eleanor Allen (Saturday Morning Club); F.L. Allen; American Booksellers Association; "American Scientist"; E.F. Amy; M. Anderson (dowser); C.R. Bagshawe; A.L.E. Balza; W.A. Bancroft; A.E. Barrett (dowser); F. Barthesly (dowser); A.H. Bell, Jr.; Best Sellers, Boston; W.T. Bidwell; K.H. Black; A.H. Blackington; Mrs. C. Blodget; L. Booth; Miss T. Bothwell; E.L. Boutilier ("Utica Daily Press"); D.A. Bovee; L. Braun; P. Breck; Mrs. M. Britton; W.L. Brock; A.O. Brown; H.A. Brown; W.H. Brown; O. Brunler; J. Bryan; J.E.G. Bryant; J.H. Buffum; A. Burdes (dowser); J.R. Burnip; D.H. Caldwell; V.L. Cameron; J.W. Cappelens; B.E. Carmichael; R.D. Carse; Ruth C. Cater; A.F. Gayser; Robert Choate, Sister Choate; C. Claasen; N. Mc. Clark; Lulu Clarke; Mary Clema; H.E. Cline; D.F. Comstock; Nan Comstock, re. Pomona Valley domes; C.S. Conlon; Wingate Cam; W.J. Crawford; G.W. Crotts; Mrs. A. W. Currier, re. Haydn Pearson; Isabella Curtis; T. Damianos; J.C. Davis; E.R. Dewsy; D.H. Doane; Superintendent of Documents; Doubleday; Dowsing requests for coal, cement mine, oil, water; Lucy Drucker; O.G. Ernst; S.G. Etherington; Farmer's Book Club; G. Fates; Emerson Faye; Father Jerome; R.D. Fay; Mrs. D. Gebhard; J.H. Gest; A. Glancy; G.E. Goodkin; A.E. Gregg; "Ground Water," A.N. Sayre; R.H. Gutsmethl; H.J. Hagen (Well Equipment Mfg.); J.E. Hale; R. Hale, re. Harper's story; S. Hamilton (Rural Life Association); Mrs. G.L. Hammond, re. blood; G.W. Hardy; F. Hayford; G.A. Hecht; H.H. Henshaw; C.E. Hey (dowser); HGDR; B. Hibbs; P. Hollister; C.N. Holmes; Hotel Roosevelt; R.W. Howard; Nellie Hoxie; C.W. Johnson; P. Johnson, Jr.; D. Jones; B. Keith; J.L. Klotz (dowser); H.A. Kroeger (dowser); Laboratories approved for bacterial examination of water samples; H. Levinson; Caroline Lockhart; Mrs. E. McCulloch (fan letter); M. McGavern; J.E. McMabel; Jay Macy. Jr.; S. Maltin; J.R. Mahoney (dowser); W.W. Matchneer; T.R. Meyers; Minoan Snake Goddess in dowsing position; Betty Mitchell; C.M. Morse (dowser); Anne Munro-Kerr (Society of Authors); K.L. Myers; Newspaper clippings; Ohio Wesleyan (E.F. Amy); D.B. Ormsby; H.L. Palmer (Bowdoin College); H.S. Pearson; R.K. Peckham; O. Peet; Evelyn M. Penrose; Photographs; T. Powell; "Providence Journal"; Elsie White; R.B. Whitttum; H. Wiener; B.A. Williams; F.A. Wynne; L.J. Younce

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Box: 101, Dates: May-August 1951

Correspondence Books: Water Dowsing, Vol. 6: Acker Drill Company; American Antiquarian Society; American Booksellers Association; American Water Works Service Company, Inc.; Ernest F. Amy; Armstrong Cork Company; Carl Bader (dowser); A.E. Barrett (dowser); E.R. Batchelder (dowser); Bates College; Enid Beaupre (National Broadcasting Company); A.H. Bell (British Society of Dowsers); Richard Berenson; Arthur Bevan; Binghampton Press, re. dowsers; Park Breck; Louis Bloomfield; Hugh A. Brown; David H. Caldwell; V.L. Cameron (dowser); J.W. Cappelen (Norwegian publisher); Donald A. Chandler; "Child Life" Magazine; Robert Choate; "Christian Science Monitor," re. Woburn case; Clara Claasen; A.B. Clarke; Bernard S. Cogan; Benjamin Cole (dowser); Daniel F. Comstock; Re. Coreolis Theory; Mrs. Harvey Cruikshank; Count Byron De Prorock; David Dempsey; Department of Health and Welfare, Augusta, Maine; Joy Dow; Harold Dowler (dowser); Lucy Drucker; Don S. Duncan; Paul C. Eaton; Fan letters: Crook, Robertson, Keene, E. van Barsewisch, Byard, Kasdin, MacInnis, Rawson, Monroe, Bagley, Watrous, re. "The Captain's Well", Isaacs, Newton, Neufer, Powell, Ginzel, Harry Porter, Porath & Magneheim, Crouch; "Fate Magazine"; R.D. Fay; Fay Emerson Shaw; George S. Flint (dowser); "Fortune" (Brooke Alexander); Geological Survey Division, State if Illinois; Edmond P. Gibson; K.L. Gibson; A.R. Glancy; Hannah Goodman (dowser); Mrs. Harold M. Graham; Colin A. Gravenor; Henry Gross; Robert Hale; Hampshire Bookshop; W.M. Harlow; Lawrence Hart; Charles S. Hascell; Chris E. Hays (dowser); Thomas C. Higgins; Hudson Hoagland; Robert West Howard; India; Invitations; W.N. Jardine; George William Jedlicka; James L. Jenks; Charles W. Lavers; Horace Levinson; Nell Battle Lewis; Re. Lost Person; G.Y. Loveridge ("Providence Journal"); Henry Lyman; Josiah Macy, Jr.; William Malone; Kirtley Mather (Department of Geology, Harvard); Hugh McKay; Raymond W. Miller; M.A. Monroe; Monsanto Chemical Co., re. radioisotopes; Edna H. Morgan ("Providence Journal"); Kay E. Mullendore, re. sex dowsing; "National Geographic Magazine"; Newspaper clipping; S.M. Newton; Re. Oil dowsing; Orion Osborne; John J. Parsons; Evelyn M. Penrose; Re. Personal Holding Companies; Mr. Place (dowser); Philip Plaistridge; Henry Pleasants; Harry F. Porter; Portland Tourist Co.; Portland Water District ( Harold Scales); Ted Powell; H. Frederick Pritchard; "Providence Journal & Evening Bulletin); Re. Pumps; Radwan Institute; Re. Thomas M. Riddick; Kenneth Roberts; Mrs. J. Forrest Runge; Saratoga Springs Authority (C.B. Elmore); Carl M. Schmidt; Brooks Shepard; Joseph P. Sims; Earl C. Smith; Sonoco Products Company; Mrs. Fairfax Spencer; Stanley Spurling; Phil Stong; "Successful Farming"; H.I. Sweet; M.J. Taylor (dowser); Armand Tedeschi (dowser); Television dowser (Van Auken); Thank you notes; Gilbert E. Thayer; J. Walter Thompson Company (Lucile Platt); Re. Titanium; Tracerlab, Inc. Marcel Triau (dowser); Cassie K. Turner; R.W.G. Vail; Re. H.C. van Auken; George W. Wallace; Water Analysis, Department of Health and Welfare; Requests for water dowsing; William H. Watrous, re. "The Captain's Well"; A. Page Weeks II; R.A. Weishing; Mrs. Thomas H. White; Who's Who in America"; I.W. Wilenchik; Ben Ames Williams; Roger C. Williams; H.N. Winn; Anna Young; ZNO

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Box: 102, Dates: August 1951-January 1952

Correspondence Books: Water Dowsing, Vol. 7: American Water Works Service Company; H. Howard Armstrong; Re. Arthritis (Dr. John W. Baker); Mrs. F.H. Bacque; John W. Baker; William E. Balcom, Jr. (dowser); Manly Banister; Roy N. Barnett; Herman B. Baruch; E.R. Batchelder (dowser); Bates College; A.H. Bell; Henry R. Bell; Bermuda; Ralph Billings; John M. Birely; Borderland Science Research Association; Joseph Brewer; Hugh A. Brown; Burnham & Morrill Company; Carl B. Butler; V.L. Cameron (dowser); J.W. Capelen (Oslo); Geraldine Carpenter; C.J. Carr; Re. Water for Casablanca; Mrs. B.W. Casselberry; Bennet Cerf; Re, Water consumed by chickens daily; Robert B. Choate; Christian Science Monitor; Clara Claasen; Edward F. Clarke; William H. Clark; John M. Clayton; William W. Coblentz; Re. Colloid chemistry; W.J. Crawford, Jr.; Kenneth E. Crouch; James A. Cullen (dowser); John Darnall; Christian Denzler; Jacob L. Devers; Doubleday & Company, Inc.; Joy Dow; Dowsing rod; Re. Sanderson Cyclone Drill; Dutchman; Caroline Eaton; Paul C. Eaton; Re. Elephants; Walter A. Erickson; W. Calvin Fallwell; Fan letters: Butler, Greenbie, Bruner, Hayes, Bosworth, Johnson, Mariechen Al-an', Hanna, Dr. Wynkoop; Clayton, Selwyn, Coleridge, Flook, Mead, Hansen, Baghy, Beeman, Loomis, Eaton, Wollaston, Young, Bower, Osterkamp, Greene, Lynn, Westwood, Greenwood, MacDuffie, Klees, Robertson, Schreyer, Armstrong, Strong, Folsom, Ileana Esfakis; Harry P. Farlow, re. gold mine; R.D. Fay; J.M. Ferguson, Donald Fessenden; Franklin L. Fisher; Richard B. Foster; Philip Fowler; Alfred M. Gebke, re. dowsing rod; General Motors; Mrs. Stanley Gerrish; Earl Goodwin (dowser); Sidney Greenbie; Henry Gross; Robert Hale; Jean G. Hamilton; Jean G. Hamilton; Jay and Marge Hanna; Richard V. Happel; Philip Heggen; H.H. Henshaw (dowser); John P. Hoadley (dowser); Hollis School; Robert West Howard; India; Invitations; Richard H. Keith (dowser); Kennebunk High School (Maynard C. Robinson); Meade Layne; Harold Lee; Horace Levinson; J.F. Liddon; Christoph U. Linder; Mrs. Frederick W. Longfellow; Battell Loomis; Re. Lost overcoat; Mrs. Lillian McLennan; Josiah Macy, Jr.; Thomas Martin; Kirtley Mather; Miss E.M. May; Mineral Dowsing; R.M. Moler, re. water for Casablanca; Delbert L. Moody; Carl W. Munson; Ann Munro-Kerr; National Cyclopedia of American Biography (Henry Gross biography); Charles Nearing (dowser); L.E. Neufer; Newspaper clippings; Harold Ober; Yvonne Odell; Oil dowsing; Charles Oliver, re. pendulum; Fritz E. Osterkamp; "Pageant"; William Pearce (dowser); Robert Pearmain; Re. Pendulum; Photon, Inc.; Walter Piston (Harvard University); Philip Plaistridge; Henry Pleasants; Re. Poverni apparatus; H. Frederick Pritchard; Henry K. Puharich; J.B. Rhine; Luther L. Richardson; Georgia Roberts; Sherwood Rollins; James Rorty; Joseph P. Sims; John B. Stearns; Mrs. Walter Stewart; Edward G. Stoddart; W. Stone (dowser); Mrs. C.H. Taggart; Armand Tedeschi (dowser); "The Captain's Well," poem; Frank A. Torrey (dowser); Joseph M. Trefethen; Marcel Triau; S.W. Tromp; J.R. Tufton; United Business Service; Frederick S. van Davelaar; A. van Tienhoven; George W. Wallace; Water dowsing; Re. Water dowsing device; William H. Watrous; Louis Webster (Station WEEI); Marvis E. Webster; Herman Wedgworth; Herbert F. West, re. Dr. Heyl; Horace Westwood; "Who's Who In America"; Roger C. Williams; Edward C. Wood; J.H. Wynkoop; ZNO

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Box: 103, Dates: January-August 1952

Correspondence Books: Water Dowsing, Vol. 8: Samuel Aceto; American Antiquarian Society; John W. Baker; Manly Banister; E.R. Batchelder; Bates College; C.J. Bekker; A.H. Bell; Arthur E. Bent; Bermuda; Douglas Black; Alton Hall Blackington; Brown Company; Jesse H. Buffum; Gaston Burridge; V.L. Cameron; Re. Cancer; R.D. Carse; Re. Edgar Cayce; Re. Cement; Bennet Cerf, re. Bermuda; "Child Life" Magazine; Robert B. Choate; Mrs. Robert Choate; Roger Chute; A.B. Clarke; Floyd O. Craig; Mrs. Russell Dahlin; L.J. Dale; Ding Darling; Christian Denzler; Jacob L. Devers; Adrian Docken, re. scientist and dowsing; Norman Dodd, re. oil and Triau; Joy Dow; Raymond Dow; Archie A. Duffield; Richard C. Dwelley; Sherwood Eddy; Robert Essex; Fan letters: Rosen, Milne (General Motors Corp); Wilson; Edmond; Browne; Darling; Hiatt; Winn; Bourquet, Updike, Larney, Damon, Dr. Paul, Lounsbury; Austin, Andrews, Ehmke, Butterfield, Draper, Pinkham, Berryhill, Peticolas, Tash, Andreu; Edmund Fancott; Thomas Fransioli; Harris Galley; Eugene Gantner; Eileen J. Garrett; Re. "Geology and Man"; A. Hamilton Gibbs; Aubrey Gist; Nelson Glueck (Hebrew Union College); Re. William Guild; Florence Gunn; C.W. Haffenreffer; Rudolf F. Haffenreffer; Robert Hale; Jean G. Hamilton; J.P. Harbison; Frank P. Hartley (dowser); J.C. Hawkins; George A. Hecht; D.C. Henderson; Ronald Henderson ("The Desert Magazine"); J. Hext; Harry Holland (dowser); Robert West Howard, re. ESP in animals; Richard Hunter; Francis Ingersoll, re. morning sickness in husbands; Invitations; W.N. Jardine; Jewish Institute of Religion; Kenneth K. Landes; Mrs. Bill Latham; Lost necklace; Re. Lost overcoat; Fred W. Ludecke; Burt MacBride ("Reader's Digest"); Jack Mactaggart; Maps; Mrs. A.L. Martin; Alan Mattox; Nancy A.F. McLellan; E.P. McMillen; Re. O.E. Meinzer; Re. Minerals; Re. Moses; Re. Mount Washington Observatory; Ann Munro-Kerr; Carl W. Munson (dowser); Re. Nassau, Bahamas; "National Geographic Magazine"; New York Engineers & Physicists; Newspaper clippings; Re. Oil drowsing; Little Oracle; Re. Orgone Institute; Martin Paul; William Pearce (dowser); Re. Pendulum; Evelyn M. Penrose; Kenneth Roberts; Re. Planets; Portland Water District (Harold Scales); Presidential predictions of the rod; Don F. Rayburn; Request for more dowsing information; J.B. Rhine; Mrs. Georgia Roberts; Thomas J. Roche; Round Table Foundation; Rural New-Yorker; A. Pennington Sailer; Wheeler Sammons; Harry P. Sands; Re. Sarasota Springs Authority; Sarver Nursery Co.; Harold Scales; Walter Schumacher (dowser); Brooks Shepard; Harlan T. Stetson; Lawrence Straw; Ashley Taylor; R.W. Taylor, re. "Jacob's Rod"; Thank you notes; Robert Thomas; Wayne Thomas; Ray Timmerman; Re. Buried treasure; Re. Marcel Triau (dowser); Mrs. F.B. Trudeau; J.G. Tucker; J.R. Tufton; W.L. Van Alen; Frederick S. van Davelaar; A. van Tienhoven; Christopher Warburton; Water dowsing; Ben Ames Williams, re. Spinnler and Texas dowsing; Roger C. Williams; "Who's Who in America"; J.A. Winter; F.T. Wurzmann; J.H. Wynkoop

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Box: 104, Dates: August 1952-June 1953

Correspondence Books: Water Dowsing, Vol. 9: J.F. yM Anda (Ecuador); S.R. Andreau (Barcelona); Mrs. Weld Arnold; William H. Bahan; Morgan Baker; Neal Bear; Donald J. Belcher; A.H. Bell; Bermuda; Re. Howard Birkett; Douglas Black; Alton Hall Blackington; Re. Bronze plaque (Allen Brothers Corp.); Re. Blood; Jesse H.Buffum; Gaston Burridge; Canal National Bank; P.C. Capron; Alden Carlson; Castine, Maine; Re. Hugh Lynn Cayce; Clara Claasen; Oscar Cox; Re. Cyprus; L.J. Dale; A.V. de Pascale; Christian Denzler; Edward R. Dewey; Sax Dobrin (Jet Propulsion Laboratory); Joy Dow; Raymond Dow; William W. Dwyer; Mrs. Caroline Eaton; Re. Elephants; Wainwright Evans; Fan letters: Batchelder, Haddon, Young, Scott, Mickielsen, Re. McHugh, Baker, "Nevada Nuff"; Anda, Macul, Farley, Allan, Scammell, Beattie, Geiger, Merrill, Henderson, Chalmers, Murlless, Gilbert, Re. dowser named Birkett; Masterson, Young, Stevenson, van Koersel; Dean, Wright, Kometer, Mahoney, R.D. Fay; Donald Fassenden; Foundation for the Study of Cycles; Thomas Fransioli; Harris Galley, re. millivolt machine; Margaret Geiger; A. Hamilton Gibbs; Mrs. William P. Gilbert; G.W. Glenn; M.A. Grant; Mrs. J.J. Grullemans; William Guild; C.W. Haffenreffer; Robert Hale; William F. Hamilton; C.T. Hansen; Ben Hibbs; Edwin J. Hipkiss; Hollis School; E.H. Holm; Re. Hot Springs; Robert West Howard; Invitations; H.X. Jackson; W.N. Jardine; Jet Propulsion Laboratory; Pyke Johnson, Jr.; Jordan Marsh Co.; H.J. Kaltenbach; Frank King; Hugh Lacy; LaHaye; Kenneth K. Landes; Horace Levinson; Carl Victor Little; Bancroft Littlefield; Battell Loomis; Re. Lost Dutchman mine; Re. Lost pocketbook; Re. Lost sheep mine; Re. Lost overcoat; Fred W. Ludecke; William Malone; John Marquand; Edna I. Matson; Marjorie Mills; Re. Minerals; G.T. Mitchell; John T. Morgan; Nassau, Bahamas; "National Geographic Magazine"; Newspaper clippings; Requests for oil dowsing; Oslo City Hall painting; B.J Palmer; C.C. Palmerston; Pantepec Oil Co. (Jose A. Salazar); Re. Pendulum; Edward L. Penley; Evelyn M. Penrose; Jeanette Peticolas; Joseph Pew, Jr.; "Philadelphia Inquirer" (Richard A. Thornburgh); Lillian Pike; Henry Peasants; Re. C.R. Roseberry; Round Table Foundation (H.X. Jackson); Rowse Company, Inc.; Saco and Biddeford Savings Institution; Jose A. Salazar; Harry P. Sands; C.M. Sartain; Leslie Loring Savage; Harold Scales; Harold Sherman; Franc Shor; Mrs. L.P. Siceloff; Clifford J. Silva; Southbridge Water Supply Co.; T.E. Spackman; Chester R. Spielvogel; Louis Stern; Harlan T. Stetson; Thank you notes; "The Seventh Sense"; Wayne Thomas; Re. Titanium; Maria Augusta Trapp; Re. Buried treasures; Treasure Trove Club; Joseph M. Trefethen; Marcel Triau; F.B. Trudeau; H.M. Tucker; Turkey Farm; United State Military Academy; University of New Hampshire; Frederick S. van Davelaar; A. van Tienhoven; "Vermont Life" Magazine; Requests for water dowsing; Roy A. Wershing; Ray Willey; Roger C. Williams; Junius Wood; F.T. Wurzmann; Zeigen

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Box: 105, Dates: January 1951-March 1953

Correspondence Books: Water Dowsing, Vol. 10: Alvin H. Adams; Mrs. W.R. Adler; Antonio L. Alvernaz; Lide Laurence Anderson; Ruth Appel; Joseph Armstrong; Mrs. Harold B. Arris; Auburn Hebrew Cemetery Association; Mrs. William Ayatte; Mrs. F.C. Baker; Roy W. Baker; Mary Washington Ball; Earl Barnes; Mrs. Wilfred Barrows; Bates Manufacturing Co.; Alexander Beach; Rufus Benedict; Ainsley L. Bennett; Hulda E. Berger; Victor Berghofer; Olive P. Berry; Michael Bixon; Albert Blackburn; Ronald Blaisdell; Mrs. Esten Blake; Horace S. Blood; Louis Blosser; Mrs. E. M. Boyle; George A. Braga; Mrs. Don Brasel; R. Bertrand Brett; Benjamin Brewster; Kenneth C. Brewster; W.L. Brock; Don Brothers; Lester Brown; Louis Brown; Sherman H. Brown; Mrs. Harold Bryer; Carl B. Butler; Oscar Butzien; H.H. Caldwell; R.E. Campbell; Walter H. Carnahan; Wilfred G. Cole; Laurence Colwell; John H. Conant; Henry T. Converse; Chester L. Cook; Pete Cortelyou; Ralph B. Craig; S.C. Crooker; L.J. Dale; O.G. Davenport; Mrs. N.E. Derecktor; Flora N. Dibble; Joseph L. Dioguardi; Mrs. J.T. Donohue; Carmine Dota; Mrs. C.A. Dow; Richardson W. Dow; James C. Dowell; Josephine F. Earle; Eastern Drilling Company; Arthur W. Easton; Harry Eisner; H. Elwell; Albert Ergan; Mrs. Arthur Fay; Fay-Emerson come-backs; Mrs. Clifford Felton; Ferrara Precision Valve Corp.; Lee Finley (dowser); Richard B. Foster; Lee Finley (dowser); Foundation for Integrated Education, Inc.; Foundation for the Study of Cycles; Mrs. Bernard L. Frankel; Robert W. Freeman; Mrs. George Friese; Alice Gill; Everett F. Goss; Alfred K. Gould; John Grant; Erwin W. Graves; Fred L. Green; G. Holden Greene; Walter Greziak; John Grossman; Gulf and Bay Club, Sarasota; Neal M. Gunn, Sr.; Robert Hale; Henry J. Halloway; George W. Hardy (hypnotist); T. Truxton Hare; Mrs. Kenneth Harbison; Casper Hareleb; Re. Ray Harper; Paul Hatch; Benjamin M. Hazard; Mrs. William Henderson; Mrs. Sherwood Herb; Hercules Cement Corp.; Mrs. Higginson Hewitt; Herbert A. Hiers; S.W. Hilton; John E. Hofferman; Samuel Hollis; Norman D. Holmberg; Carl N. Holmes; Mrs. Daniel R. Holt; Mrs. Ralph E. Howe; John A. Howell; Miss J.E. Hughes; Elliott Humphrey; Stanley W. Hyde; Irene I. Irwin; J. Albert Jackson; Charles E. Janes; Beulah A. Jacques; Mildred Johnson; Mrs. Thomas J. Johnston; Robert R. Justin; Keith Oil Corporation; Richard H. Keith; Kenaf Corporation; Thomas B. Kennedy; Walter M.E. Killian; D.R. Knittle; Verna Krueger; F.L. Kunz; E. L'hernault; P.J. Laing; Mrs. Lambert; William S. Langford; B.W. Lanyon; Harold D. Leach; Mrs. Elwyn E. Leslie; M. Levesque; M.J. Levine; Mrs. Grace Littlehale; Mrs. E.R. Logan; Helen Lohman; Carl G. Lovegren; Mrs. Arthur G. Low; William G. Lush; Charles E. McCormick; Joan Mackay-Smith; Paul S. MacMichael; Frank Madigan; T.F. Maher; Harold Marr; Charles Marshall; O. Dixon Marshall; Frank E. Martin; Baldwin Maull; J.A. McDonald; Mrs. D. McEachern; Mrs. C.H. McKinney; Olive McKinnon; Malcolm McQueen; L. Harry Melchor; William S. Melvin; Ruth Mering; Ernest Miller; L.C. Miller; Mrs. Lewis K. Miller; Re. Minerals; Hugh Morton; Charles W. Mulhall, Jr.; Donald Mullin; Mrs. John W. Myers; Nevele Country Club; Leonard D. Newell; Mrs. John Nuner; H.D. Oakley; Oil dowsing requests for Samuel Hollis; Opportunity Farm; Orgone Institute; Mrs. Carl Osberg; Jans Osborne; Panaminas, Inc.; Roy A. Payne; Re. Peg leg Smith Mine; F.J. Peticolas; C. Kenneth Pfahler; Albert J. Platt; Mrs. Charles Pratt; E. Sterling Pratt; John J. Preedom; S. Earl Pressey; Thomas A. Pritchard; Ralph A. Ranck; Randsburg Water Company (James Anspach); Re. Reiss Associates; Albert Ricci; N.B. Rich; Roy Ritchie; Maurice Robbins; Nickerson Rogers; Mrs. Theodore Roodhof; Willie Roux; Paul Ruplinger; Mrs. Clayton Sackett; Mrs. W.H. Sawtelle; James W. Saxon; Robert Sayer; Henry Scarborough; Mrs. E. Schmidt; G. Schneider; Louis S. Schneider; Mrs. Walter T. Sheldon; Robert Sigel; Mrs. Roy Simpson; C.K. Smith; Helen Hunter Smith; Southern Drilling Co.; Earl Sowers; Mrs. E.O Stahl; Hugh Stevenson; Audley D. Stewart; Gordon D. Scott; Harry M. Stubbs; Milt R. Swanson; Helen B. Taussig; Mrs. Gordon M. Taylor; Helen Tiabert; Town of Christiansburg, Virginia; Town of Lincoln, Massachusetts; Maria Augusta Trapp; Mrs. H. A. Travis; Otto Tringer; John Vagovic; Dudley L. Vaill, Jr.; W.L. van Alen; Helen van Nostrand; Mrs. Nicholas W. Vancil; Mrs. Margaret Verdon; Adah S. Walker; Mrs. Thomas Wallace; Leon Walston; Mrs. Clemson Ward; W.G. Waterman; Mrs. Mary Watters; B.E. Weissburg; Mrs. Henry Wendt; West Penn Oil Company; M. van Wezel; Brooks Whitehouse; Walter W. Wiewel; Eastman Wilder; Mrs. Spencer Wilder; Donald O. Willson; L.G. Winans; Thomas Winkel; Jacob Wirth; Herbert P. Wittrien; Zelda M. Woeber; Bert Woodward; Herman Wedgeworth; A.C. Wise; Gus Woehl; Eileen G. Wood; Richard Woodward; J.H. Wynkoop; A.O. Yaeger; C.H. Young; Ethel M. Young

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Box: 106, Dates: May-November 1953

Correspondence Books: Water Dowsing, Vol. 11: Joseph H. Abate; Paul Allen (Standard Oil Company); "American Scientist" Magazine; American Water Works Company; John E. Amorre; Analysis of Kenneth Roberts; J.F. y M Anda; L.A. Andrews; Weld Arnold; Re. Astrology; Morgan Baker (Station WEEI); Agnes Baron; Margaret F. Bartlett; Bates Manufacturing Company; A.H. Bell (British Society of Dowsers); Arthur Bergeron; Romeyn Berry; Biddeford Journal (Leo Joncas); Howard Birkett (dowser); Alton H. Blackington; Alice D. Bond; Borderland Science Research Associates, re. Cameron's Aurameter; Donald M. Boyer; Harold Braun, re. his dome; Smith Brooks (oil dowser); Jesse H. Buffum; Gaston Burridge; Verne L. Cameron; Campbell's Book Store; Roy Campbell; R.D. Carse (dowser); A.G.N. Chalmers; Alice M. Child; Robert B. Choate; Clara Claasen; Con Cleveland; George Coe; Jno. W. Cone (oil dowser); Oscar Cox; Samuel E.M. Crocker; Bill Cunningham; Francis Dahl; O.G. Davenport; William W. Davenport; Bill Donnelly (dowser); Joy Dow; Paul C. Eaton; Harry Eisner; Roy Evans; "The Pilot's Book of Everest"; Fan letters: Abate, Agner, Barrie, Bemis, Brennan, Conner, Cowing, Crocker, Cleveland, Crowell, Curtis, Darroch, Davenport, Davy, Dostie, Drennan,Fenn, Fisher, Glidden, Gordy, Hinrichs, Hislop, Hoover, Jung, Kimball, Kometer, Landfield, Lindenan, MacCormack, MacEwan, Manson,McCreary, McGinnis, Montgomery, Muir, Nelson, O'Connell, Orwig, Parks, Phelps, Pierce, Prudden, Rheam, Shedd, Simmons, Steiner, Stephens, Taylor, Thompson, Thurlwell, Ward, Weiss, Wells, Whitcombe, Wright; William C. Fitts; Mrs. William P. Gilbert; A.R. Glancy, Miss M.R. Glenn; Earl Goodwin; John Gould; Sydney Greenbie; Ruth H. Greenough; William Guild; Rudolf F. Haffenreffer; Robert Hale; R.R. Hebert; H.H. Henshaw; F.B. Heinrichs; Theodore Holden; Marie Houlahan, Julian S. Jacobs; Picture of Jacob's Well; W.N. Jardine; Jordan Marsh Co.; L. Jung; Kaiser-Franz Contest; H.J. Kaltenbacher; Frank King; Robert Kissling; Arthur Kometer; Charles W. Lavers; Horace Levinson; Austin Levy; Lost article; Josiah Macy, Jr.; Charles Manson; John Masterson; William Bruce McCreary; Howard A. Meyerhof; Charles S. Mill; Re. Minerals; C.L. Moore; Re. Moses; William Muir; Alan Nash; Leslie F. Nelson; Newspaper clippings; Re. Oil dowsing; One-sheet answers; Fred W. Parks; Re. Pendulum; Evelyn M. Penrose; Photography; Arthur W. Pierce; "Popular Science"; Porteous, Mitchell & Braun; Harry F. Porter; "Portland Press Herald"; J.W. Prince; "Radioisotopes"; Steve Riess; Mrs. Clayton Roberts; Rocky Pasture; J.R. Rodgers (dowser); Mrs. Newman Romero-Hermoso; Lloyd Rooke; Re. Water under the Sahara; Jose A. Salazar; Peter Sammartino; Harry P. Sands; Mrs. Philip Seibert; Sequoia Hospital; "Scientific American" Magazine; Brad Stephens; T.G. Stewart; H.O. Stockwell; Mrs. Carl Stone; Garrie Taylor; "The Farm Quarterly"; A.C. Titus; Re. Buried treasures; H.M. Tucker; United Business Service; University of New Hampshire; R.W.G. Vail; A. van Tienhoven; Water dowsing requests; Waynsburg College; Louis Webster; Harold P. White; Eastman Wilder; Fred R. Williams; Roger C. Williams; Bob Winner; George Woodworth, J.K. Wynkoop

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Box: 107, Dates: January 1953-October 1954

Correspondence Books: Water Dowsing, Vol. 12: T.R. Aldrich; James C. Anspach; Ed Armstrong; J. H. Armstrong; William H. Authier; Mrs. H.F. Badgley; John J. Baessler; Robert L. Bain; John J. Baessler; Robert L. Bain; John J. Baker; John W. Baker; Baker Printing Company (H.S. Kenyon); Bates Manufacturing Company; J.E. Bechtold; Fred M. Beckes; Beebe Rubber Company; Harrison L. Berg; Dan Bernstein; W.J. Bildstein; David Binns; Black Point Inn; Alton Hall Blackington; Mrs. W.H. Bockoven; Ada Bolyard; Donald M. Boyer; Edward A. Brann; Robert W. Brogan; Mrs. John F.C. Bryce; T.H. Bumstead; Erwin Cook's dowsing of Burnham School well; Paul Campbell; George Capp; Henry G. Chamberlain; John H. Chapman; Robert B. Choate; Kenneth Clinton; Albert M. Clogston; Mrs. Robert W. Coburn; George Coe; George N. Coffey; Erwin W. Cook; Mrs. Walter H. Cottrell; William C. Crane; A. James Crawford; J.B. Cumming; Cutter Laboratories; James L. Darling; Pembrook E. Daugherty; Robert T. Davis; Wayne A. Davis; Elinor D. DeVeau; Delaware State Hospital; J. Louise Despert; Hazel Diepen; W.W. Doane; John E. Dodge; John M. Donovan; Louis C. Dornbusch; Arthur Du Pont; William Dummer; Phil Duquette (dowser); Arthur M. Earls; S. Michael Espejo; Barbara G. Everett; H.A. Flader; Mrs. Harold Francis; Robert W. Freeman; Mrs. Cowles Frost; P. Stokes Gaither; A.L. Gatty, Jr.; Mary Geiser; L.M. Gephardt; Mrs. Edward Gerry; Donald L. Gibb; Mrs. Eunice Gould; James Gray; Karl E. Gray; Augustus T. Graydon; Fred Green; Mrs. Hoyt Sherman Griffith; Sewell M. Gross; Bruce W. Grover; Marie Guimond; Florence Gunn; Mrs. William V. Haigh; Ralph W. Harm; Ralph W. Harris; Hartford Special Machinery Company; Paul Hatch; Emmett L. Haynes; Marjorie Henderson; R. Henderson; William J. Henrich; C.B. Hering; C.G. Hoag; Mrs. David Hobson; Russell M. Hoffman; Carroll A. Holbrook; Mrs. A.R. Holland; Mabel E. Holmes; Creighton L. Hooper; O. Hovden; Hyde Windlass Company; Joe Norman Haven Inc.; Mrs. Charles F. Johnson; Re. Dowser "Dutch" Johnson; Martha S. Johnson; Lester G. Jones; L. Jung; Fred C. Kelly; H.S. Kenyon (Baker Printing Company); J.W. Klapprich; Horace C. Knerr; David Kross; John B. Krudwig; A,M. Landry; John Larkin; Re. Lead deposit (Clifton Smith); M.J. Legge; Walter Leichter; Gerald A. Lindsay; Sadie C. Linn; Frank W. Lord; Otto C. Lorenz; Tom Loughlin; George A. Maag; Arthur P. MacArthur; Mrs. Fulton MacArthur; Rowland Q. MacDowell; Harry W. Madducks; Mrs. Julia Maniaci; Mrs. Alfred Manning; D.M. March; Bern Martin; Mattson, Tauno & George Timmins; B.F. Maupin; Mrs. Dorothy Maynard, re. Papago reservation; Mrs. Harry L. McGivern; A.M. Mckaye Oilve McKinnon; John H. Mensel; Metlab Co.; Ethel K. Miller; I.A. Miller; John K. Miller; N.F. Miller; Re. Minerals; T.A. Mitchell; Antone G. Moitoza; Ruth L. Morgan; S. Rowland Morgan; Mother M Cecilia (Ursuline College); Karl S. Nash ("The Ridgefield Press"); Mrs. John P. Nicol; Fern Nolan; Stanley J. Offensend; Charles Oliver; N.E. Olmstead (Harford Special Machinery Co.); Harold C. Palmer; Re. Papago Indian Reservation; Harold C. Payson; Re. Town of Pembroke, Massachusetts; Jorge Pereda; Robert S. Plimpton; Thomas C. Plumb; Rudolf Pollak; Precision Valve Corp.; Fred C. Probeck; E.J. Randall; Randsburg Water Company; Robert Raymond; R.O. Raymond; Albert Reardon, Jr.; H.P. Reinecker; J.D. Rider; Mrs. Lester S. Riley; Mrs. D.W. Ringey; Mrs. C.R. Robinson; W. Ralph Rockhold; J.R. Rodgers; Rodney Ross, Jr.; Toney Rudnick; H.D. Ruhm; Mildred A. Russell; William Saconitch; James V. Sampselle, Jr.; N.J. Sampson; Mrs. Roscoe Sargent; Andrew S. Seiler; Arthur E. Sewell; Harry W. Seyfert; Melvin B. Shepherd, Sr.; Michael Silvert; Clifton E. Smith; H.E. Smith; Mrs. Homer F. Smith; S.N. Smith; Mrs. A.R. Smyth; R.D. Snively; Southbridge Water Supply Co.; Mrs. Stanley W. Spiller; P. Shaw Sprague; J. Hartley Stackhouse; George W. Stewart; Mrs. F. Stone; Theodore L. Storer; William Strupper; Joseph R. Swain; Grace Swiedler; M.A. Tarumianz; W.G. Thayer, Jr.; Timmins, George and Tauno Mattson; Phil B. Towne, John B. Trevor; Milton C. Tucker; Mark Valory; Vulcan Tool Manufacturing Co.; Walker's Gladiolus Farm; Marjorie Walker; Wayne Abstract Company (George N. Coffey); Conrad Wegner; Raymond Wells; Fritz Wengraf; Daniel D. Wert; Otto Webster; Walter White; Eugene A. Williams; Leslie Wolfe; H. Curtis Wood; Mrs. Jared I. Wood; Ramona Wood; Albert Zuckerman

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Box: 108, Dates: August 1953-January 1954

Correspondence Books: Water Dowsing, Vol. 13: Joseph H. Abate; Paul Allen; "American Scientist" Magazine; H.H.C. Anderson; Applied Physics Laboratory; Associated Press (Earl Aronson); Mary Washington Ball; Barrows; A.H. Bell; M.A. Bernhard (dowser); Bermuda; Alton Hall Blackington; Donald M. Boyer; J. Harlen Bretz; T.H. Bumstead (dowser); Burnham School Well; Gaston Burrage; Verne L. Cameron; Ted Canning; R.D. Carse (dowser); Helene Carter; Edgar Cayce; A.G.N. Chalmers; Gladys M. Chambers (dowser); Alice M. Child; Katherine Choate, re. "Horticulture"; Robert B. Choate; Clara Claasen; "Cleveland Plan Dealer" (John C. Davis); Elden Cole (dowser); E.D. Collins; Chester L. Cook; John E. Cook; Re. Copper wire; "Cornell Alumni News"; "Cornell Engineer"; William Crocker, re. failure at Eleuthra; Daniel E. Crowley; Mrs. Harvey Cruikshank; Albert W. Currier; William M. Dawes; Delaware State Hospital; J. Raoul Desrosiers (Canadian dowser); Bradley Dewey; W.W. Doane; Wakefield Dort (geologist); Re. Joy Dow; Re. Eals; C.V. Elliott; Fan letters: Allen, Anderson, Balok, Barrett, Bernhard, Beye, Blickenstaff, Bothwell, Brentholtz, Albert Brill, Brock, Brown, Burns, Canning, Carter, Chambers, Cole, Collins, Cook, Covington, Gogwill, Crocker, Damon, Davis, Donnelly, Dudley, Dunbar, Eddison, Elliot, Ender, Ferris, Fish, Garten, Gordy, Hazard, Hehr, Henderson, Hong, Hunt, Kanzinger, Lande, Leathers, Lewis, Lund, Marks, Marsh, Mooney, Moore, Nash, Oerzen, Pady, Pairman, Palmer, Parker, Patton, Pereda, Petree, Porter, Pratt, Redmond, Richard Roberts, Roark, Roberts, Sandall, Stubus, Taylor, Vane, Vorbeck, Wagner, White, Whitmore, Whitten, Wilcox, Williams, Faye Emerson Show; S.S. Field; Elmer Fish; Mervin Fleming (dowser); Re. Flying saucers, Arlene Francis; M.O. Garten, Ghyben-Herzberg principle (Bradley Dewey);Roy Goldthwaite (dowser); Robert Hale; Arthur Hawkins ("Portland Free Herals"); Frederick H. Hehr; Ben Hibbs ("Saturday Evening Post"); C.G. Hoag; "Horticulture" Magazine; Marie Houlahan; R.L. Jacobs; Martha S. Johnson (dowser); "Journal of Geology," review of "7th Sense"; Re. Kennebunkport Consolidated Schools; J.W. Klapprich; George N. Kramer; Charles W. Lavers; Script of Lewis Meyer Variety Show; Robert Low; S.E. Mackey; Maine Maritime Academy; Stuart Maltin; Charles Manson; John S. Marks (neuro-psychiatric ward); Vernon Mason; John Masterson; Merrimade Inc.; W.P. Moore (oil dowser); Re. Moses; J.C. Mullinnix (dowser); "National Geographic Magazine"; "New York Times"; Newspaper clippings; Oil dowsing; Oregon Institute; Robert C. Pairman (dowser); Verne D. Patton; Martha Petree; Henry Pleasants; Influence of the planet Pluto; "Popular Science" Magazine; Harry F. Porter; "Portland Press Herald"; Pyrenees; J.B. Rhine; Steve Riess (dowser); C.R. Roseberry; John F. Royal; L.H. Sandall; "Saturday Evening Post"; William Scarlett; Harold Sherman; Franc Shor; Clifford J. Silva; Arthur Smith (dowser); Towson E. Smith (dowser); M.A. Tarumianz; R.W. Taylor; Armand Tedeschi; Televison; Thank you notes; A. Toenjes (dowser); Mrs. Ross Turner; University of New Hampshire, Department of Agriculture (L.A. Bevan); Water Analysis Reports; Requests for water dowsing; Wayside Garden s Co.; Well drillers; Fritz Wengraf; Fred White (Cameo Press), re. cost of printing "Seventh Sense"; White rabbits; Raymond White; Hayden Whiteside; Ray Willey (dowser); Frank E. Williams; Roger C. Williams; H. Curtis Wood; George Woodworth; "Yankee" Magazine

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Box: 109, Dates: August 1954-January 1956

Correspondence Books: Water Dowsing, Vol. 14: Paul Allen (Standard Oil Co.); American Water Works Association; D. Amfitheatrof; John E. Amoore; Earl Aronson (Associate Press); William H. Bahan; Clarence Bamberger; E.R. Batchelder (dowser); Enid Beaupre (NBC); A.H. Bell; Arthur Bergeron; Alton Hall Blackington; Alice D. Bond; Harry Bond; Nelson Bond; Donald M. Boyer; British Society of Dowsers; Hugh A. Brown; Burnham School well (L.G. Smith); Vannevar Bush; Verne L. Cameron; Re. Cancer; A.G.N. Chalmers; R.E. Chapman Company (well drillers); Re. Daily water consumption of chickens; William R. Copeland; "Cornell Alumni News," re. Donald M. Purdy; "Country Gentleman"; L.J. Dale; Mrs. Russell W. Davenport; Arthur G. Davis; William M. Dawes; Douglas Dean (chemist); Bruce Dixon (dowser); James V. Downie; Jay Dryer; Philip R. Dunbar; Re. Eels; C.V. Elliott (dowser); Fan letters: Allen, Anderson, Baverstock, Beaupre, Bennett, Beye, Judge Bodine, Briggs, Burnes, Byers, Caldwell, Clark, Cleary, Cogan, Constantine, Cowney, Creuz, Conway, Dalrymple, DeLaunay, Dixon, Donoghue, Dreier, Filipow, Gay, Gillis, Glandorf, Goff, Goodman, Green, Hamilton, Harpel, Hayden, Hays, Hazard, Hubert, Lascelles, Livingston, MacKimme, Malouin, McClintock, Mastropaolo, Mills, Ira Mayers, W.K. Meyers; Nalder, Schmidt, Schwalb, Scott, Strohm, Tastula, Thurlow, Tucker, Tyler, Weyman, Willday, Wilmarth, Winwood, Wohlhieter, Ziems; Donald Fessenden; Ford Almanac (John Strom); Elizabeth Forsling; Franklin Institute, re. John J. Target; Perry E. Fritz (mineral dowser); Michael C. Fulenwider; Nelson M. Fuller; Harris Gallay; Gibraltar; Harry Grattan; David Gray; Henry Gross (memo regarding drinking); Robert Hale; Jean G. Hamilton; William Hanbury (dowser); Norman H. Harrold (dowser); E.A. Hayden (dowser); Mrs. Robert Hazard; Frederick G. Hehr (dowser); Roy K. Hess; Mrs. H.J. Hettger; Ben Hibbs; Hollis School; "Horticulture" Magazine; Marie Houlahan; Len Howard; N.O. Hrdecty; Invitations; William R. Jumer; M.L. Kemp; Kennebunk, Kennebunkport & Wells Water District; Re. Kittery Quartzite; Paul Kunasz; Horace Levinson; Battell Loomis; J.C. MacKimmie; S.E. Mackay; R.A. Mills, Mineral dowsing; Delbert L. Moody; Leo H. Narodny; Newspaper clippings; Oil dowsing; Re. Oregon Institute; Robert C. Pairman (dowser); Evelyn M. Penrose; Joseph N. Pew, Jr.; Stowe Phelps; Donald Maclean Purdy; Don F. Rayburn; J.B. Rhine; Steve Riess; Warren C.B. Robbins (dowser); Kenneth Roberts; Rocky Pasture; C.R. Roseberry; John F. Royal; Toney Rudnick (dowser); Peter Sammartino (Fairleigh Dickinson College);C. M. Sartain; "Saturday Evening Post"; Everett B. Scott (dowser); A.M. Sowder; Stanley Spurling; George F. Strickling; John Strom ("County Gentleman"); Joseph E. Stuart; John J. Target (dowser); Thank you notes; Re. Buried treasures; Joseph M. Trefethen; S.W. Tromp; Underground water; U.S Department of Agriculture (A.M. Sowder); Re. Uranium; Robinson Verrill, F.B. Voegele; Evon Z. Vogt; Water Dowsers; Request for water dowsing; Wayside Gardens Co.; C.A. Whyte; "Woman's Day"; Max Wylie (Ford Foundation)

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Box: 110, Dates: April 1954-December 1955

Correspondence Books: Water Dowsing, Vol. 15: T.S. Abbey; Mrs. John Aird; C.B. Allen (Glenn L. Martin Co.); Charles F. Allen; Mrs. Edwin Allen; Mrs. Redfield Allen; Henry N. Andrews; Miles Andrews; Orson Angell; Mrs. John Ardway; Mrs. William T. Arms; Earl Aronson (Associated Press); J. Howard Asper (Huntington Botanical Garden); Mrs. Robert F. Atkin; Aurameter; V. Stanley Ayers; Louis B. Bailey; John J. Baker; Walter Balben; David S. Barrington; Anthony Baukas; Donald J. Belcher; Lester W. Bell; Eugene Benson; Robert G. Benson; Re. B.M. Besson; Harry Boocock; Dale Bowman; Evelyn Boynton; Christy Brecken; Mrs. H.A. Brassert; Brazil; Martha M. Briggs; Bristol Nurseries Inc.; G. Percy Brown; John N. Browning; C.K. Bryan; Donald Reid Bryant; John E. Burbey; Margaret Burns; L.G. Burt; Mrs. Irving L. Cabot; Verne L. Cameron; Mrs. J.S. Campbell, Jr.; Cannon Hunter's Association, Seattle; George Carter; Helene P. Carter; A.G.N. Chalmers; Henry G. Chamberlain; Mrs. Henry M. Chapman; Donald H. Clark; Mrs. Grenville Clark; Mrs. Charles E. Clinton; Anita Collinet; Chester L. Cook (dowser); Hall Crews (Muscadine Farm); W.H. Cunningham; Mrs. A.W. Davis; William M. Dawes; Gordon Dean; H.F. Dean; A.U. Desjardins; V.J. Dietz; Mrs. Woodrow H. Dill; C.W. Dingman; Mrs. Anton Dittrick; John E. Dodge; Kenneth Dogan; F.A. Drake; Gerald L. Dykstra; R. Eberl; Mrs. Monty Eby; Donald M. Feurt; M.J. Finlayson; Mrs. George W. Fisher; Mrs. Joe Flowers; Mrs. Henry Ford; Dupee Forte (Sawyer Co.); Mrs. Harris Frazier; Willard L. Frier; Michael C. Fulenwider; Mrs. Maynard Furbush; Anna K. Gardner; J. M. J.M. Genkinger; Christopher Gibson; Edward R. Gowing; O.W. Grussendorf; George Gudze; Hoyt S. Haddock; Robert Hale; Tudor N. Hall, Wilfred Hall; George Haney; Mrs. Mellor Hargreaves; H.R. Harrison; Arthur Hawkins; E.A. Hayden (dowser); Mrs. J.F. Hayes; Mrs. T. Hee; Philip Hess; North Caroline Highlands, re. water supply for the town; Arthur W. Hill; Carroll A. Holbrook; A.R. Holladay; Milton E. Holmes; Mildred Houlahan; Robert West Howard; N.O. Hradecty (dowser); Benjamin S. Hubbell, Jr.; Huntington Botanical Garden; Invitations; Milton H. Irons; Mrs. Russell Janney; U.E. Ellison; W. Wallace Jenkins; Mrs. Roger B. Johnson; Mrs. L.C. Jones; John Jordan; William R. Jumer; B. Ashton Keith; Mrs. Frank B. Kellogg; Ray B. Kelly; Dale Kempf; Mrs. Edwin S. Kent; Lloyd Knutson; Norman A. Koerwitz; Walter Kolstad; Verna Krueger; Paul Kunasz; Chester M. Ladd; Lansing Central School, Ludlowville, NY; Martha Lanson; Morris A. Larson; John A. Lautz; Steve Lavender; P.J. Leginski; Lena Pope Home, Inc.; Mrs. Rene Leon; Gerard H. Lewis; G.W. Lindstrom; Roger B. Logee; Mrs. Lloyd Lovering; J. Blake Lowe; E.P. McCarthy; David R. McCauley; Pat A. McGuckin; R.S. McIntosh. Mrs. Philip McMaster; J.E. MacCabe; Allister R. MacDougal; Walter T. Margetts, Jr.; Frederick Marmie; Howard W. Maxwell; John Mickielsen; Mrs. Edward B. Millar; W.P. Moore (oil dowser); David Morris; Albert R. Moulton; Henry E. Mullenhard; J.C. Mullinnix; Warren H. Mumforf; Robert W. Murdick; Mrs. Edward E. Murray; Mrs. Ralph E. Nash; Harvey B. Nelson; William F. Newbold; Palmer Nickerson (dowser); Niles, Michigan Water Department; Waldron O. Connor; Oil dowsing requests; Mrs. J.K. Oliphant, Jr.; Elizabeth C. Olsson; Mrs. John Ordway; H.R. Orem; Robert C. Pairman (dowser); Ellen S. Patten; Edward D. Paul; William Pearce (dowser); Edward S. Peck; Charley J. Pekas; Mrs. Ray I. Pestle, Sr.; E.O. Phelps & Sons, Artesian Wells; Kenneth Phillips; J.P. Poirier; William H. Pope; Ross H. Porter; Mrs. Edward S. Rand; Mrs. Sybil Ramsing; W.S. Redhed; Rudolph Regent. Mrs. Alvin H. Reichel; Edward M. Reinhardt; Mrs. Robert D. Rhodes; Adelaide I. Richter; Fritz Richter; Kenneth Roberts; Rock Spring Club, West Orange, NJ; Rocky Pastures; Elaine Rogers; T. Edward Ross; Mrs. D.D. Rothe; A.F. Sandhoff; Dominic Santoro; William J. Scarce; Cyrus W. Schambs; Michael Scully; G.F. Sheurman; Mrs. Wilfred Senior; Mrs. Lowell H. Shannon; Claude Shelton; Ray Simmons; Elizabeth Smith; Paul C. Smith; Leon H. Snyder; Sorrento, Maine (Superintendent of Schools); A.J. Spano; Earl Spaulding; Mrs. E. Stein; Mrs. Herbert Straub; Ripley A. Swan; John G. Talcott, Jr.; John J. Target (dowser); Smith D. Taylor; W.G. Thayer, Jr.; Frederick R. Thompson; Thomas Thompson (dowser); Walter E. Trask; Mrs. J. Ezra Troth; Louise Tyler; U.S. Naval Air Station, San Diego, California; Norman Vincent; Lisa von Borowsky; B.W. von Wettberg; Mrs. C.C. Wahler; Mrs. Hubert Walker; Lincoln Wallbank; Viola E. Walton; Wayside Gardens Co., Inc.; Randolph A. Weatherbee; Kenneth Webb; C.P. Weeks; Louise C. Whistler; Ernest Whitworth; C.A. Whyte; Carrington Williams; J. Albert Williams; Mrs. Mason Williams; Richard Williams; Winton H. Williamson; Frank Wisbar; Amos L. Wood, Jr.; Howard E. Worrell; Mrs. Harriet Worster; Everett Wright; Frederick R. Wulsin; Barton Yager; Harold C. Yale; Victor Zangla; Gerard M. Zimmerman; Mrs. John D. Zink

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Box: 111, Dates: February 1956-September 1958

Correspondence Books: Water Dowsing, Vol. 16: W.L. Van Alen; William Anderson; Don Armstrong; Thomas E. Atwell; Clarence Bamberger; A.T. Bakken; Barker; A.H. Bell; Herman Berman; British Society of Dowsers; Marie Bittner; E.N. Brandt ("Saturday Evening Post"); J.D. Buchan; Mrs. Clarence R. Burdick; V.J. Burks; J.R. Burnip; Roy Campbell; John R. Campbell, Jr.; E.M. Chadwick; Leonard St. Clair; Jack Cline; Clara Claasen; Charles Cline; Louise Cole; Erwin W. Cook; Walter H. Cottrell; George Crossette; Emmett J. Culligan; Glen Cutler; Martha P. Curtis; Andrew J. Damina; Alvie T. Damron; John J. D'Anna; Cliff J. Danby; H. Tucker A.V. de Pascale; Mary E. Dreier; John Gilbride; Philip W. Goetz (Encyclopaedia Britannica); Thomas H. Grozier; Bernard P. Day; Herbert H. Deitch; Earl A. Dillon; Fred P. Faltersack; Dean G. Farrar; W.C. Fiedler; Victor C. Finholm, Jr.; John W. Foster; Ray Frederickson; William Frug; Lisbeth Gamble; Maximilian W. Goldstein; Christian Gooks; Charles D. Green; William Guild; Charles Gurchot; Suzanne A.M. Haag; Albert G. Halverson; John P. Harbison; Frank Hawks; Hawkins; Rene R. Hebert; Frederick G. Hehr; Arthur Heweter; Kenneth L. Hill; Walter P. Hinckley; Kenneth Hodge; Paul Hollister; LeRoy Horton; Porter L. Hough; Marie Houlahan; Betty Hussey; Jonathan Karas; Fannie Keith; Mrs. A. Atwater Kent; A. Kelly; A.V. Kozloff; Marshall E. Kulberg; Charles W. Lavers; Edmond Lee; Raymond W. Miller; Charles Mraz; R.F. McCaw ("Power Engineering"); C.J. McClaskey; J. Milton McClintock; Berthold Ken McCormick; Helen McGill; ; Louis C. Metz; Helen Muharsky; Nelson; William I. Pearce; Evelyn M. Penrosa; Stowe C. Phelps; Benjamin T. Poole; Raymond J. Poppelman; A.B. Recknagel; Ines Reye; Robert J. Ridley; Norma Roberts; Francis E. Robinson; Thomas J. Roche; Rochester H. Rogers; Fred W. van Sant; ; C.M. Sartain; Woodard E. Schwarz; Hulbert Silver; Paul C. Smith; Ruth Standard; Golden S. Steele; Kate Rodina Steichen; H.A. Stevenson; Lawrence Straw; George W. Streeter, III; Mrs. Norbert P. Sullivan; Mary D. Tagloff; E.J. Theisen; Nathan Tufts; Bill Urban; Robinson Verrill; Walter R. Vickery; Meta B. Wade; Alfred C. Walker; Louis A. Webster; Elizabeth Taylor Wells; R.C. Willard; Vernon E. Wilson; Doc; Frank E. Williams; Wayne A. Wilson; Alan Wormley

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Box: 112, Dates: January 1956-September 1959

Correspondence Books: Water Dowsing, No Volume: Mrs. Thomas F. Albershart; Norman A. Allen; George A. Ames; Jim Anton; Walter R. Bahan; Warner W. Baley; John M.T. Beal; R.S. Borden; A. Burrell; M.B. Camp; Allen Clark; Deborah Cook; Elmer L. Davis; Paul Delaney; Joseph Descipolo; Edith de Stefano; P.P. Echols; Victor C. Finholm, Jr.; Joseph A. Fraser; F.L. Foley; Daniel M. Foltz; Jacob Fuhr;Thomas Foster Furness; Mrs. Toni Goldberg; Coleman C. Gore; Elbert Gross; Creed B. Haberlin; Richard J. Hancock; Glenn Harding; William D. Hart; Aylmer C. Harriman; George Heinold; Mrs. Baylor Hickman; Leroy Horton; Mrs. Harold Humphreys; George Jaggard; Bernard Jennings; Roland H. Joy; Mrs. Henry P. King; John Krudwig; Mabel E. Lennon; Edwin C. Liewer; Mrs. Carl B. Marshall; Marion Clyde McCarroll; Dean E. McMann; Frank N. Mackenzie; C.J. Manuel; Martin Miller; Harry R.H. Nichols; Richard W. Norton, Jr.; Wayne H. Odell; Marion E. Octavia; Jr; William Parrot; Mrs. Bert Pfanth; Effie Petto;Peter J. Piper; Mr. and Fred G. Ramsden; George W. Reel; Agnes Reynolds; Clarence T. Rice; Fred Ringer; John Root; Mrs. Harold Schwarz; Mrs. Helen Schwarz; W. Siebecker; Hugh E. Sperry; John G. Simmons; Constant Southworth; Cecilia M. Turing; F.B. Voegele; A. Vopatek; Irving Warnsdorfer; Ella Webb; Howard E. West; Nelson C. White; H.C. Whiting; Taggart Whipple; Catherine C. Wilcock; Ed. C. Wilson; Leavitt O. Wright; William Wolford; E. Curtis Wood, Jr.; Frederick A. Wurster; Arthur F. Zalud; Karl. H. Zimmermann

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