TABLE OF CONTENTS


Descriptive Summary of the Collection

Administrative Information

Biography of Sherwood Anderson

Scope and Content of the Collection

Organization

Selected Search Terms

Container List

Series 1: Outgoing Correspondence, 1915-1941

Series 2: Incoming Correspondence, 1913-1941

Series 3: Eleanor Anderson Correspondence, 1941-1981

Series 4: Family Correspondence, 1904-1968

Series 5: Works, 1903-1992

Series 6: Legal/Financial Files, 1920-1976

Series 7: Publicity, 1893-1984

Series 8: Development, 1941-1973, bulk 1947-1951

Series 9: Photographs, Sound Recordings, and Moving Image Material, ca. 1876-1977

Series 10: Scrapbooks, 1914-1935

Series 11: Artifacts and Artwork, 1917-1938

Series 12: Miscellaneous, 1872-1992, bulk 1920's-1968

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Inventory of the Sherwood Anderson Papers, 1872-1992


The Newberry Library
Roger and Julie Baskes Department of Special Collections
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Descriptive Summary of the Collection

Creator Anderson, Sherwood, 1876-1941
Title Sherwood Anderson Papers
Dates 1872-1992
Extent 54.7 linear feet (121 boxes and 3 oversize boxes)
Abstract Works, correspondence, and papers of novelist and poet Sherwood Anderson.
Language Collection is predominantly in English; a few scattered items (translations and reviews of works) are in French, German, Greek, Russian, or Spanish.
Repository Newberry Library, Roger and Julie Baskes Department of Special Collections
Collection Call Number Midwest MS Anderson
Collection Stack Location 3a 36 2-5

Administrative Information

Cite As

Sherwood Anderson Papers, The Newberry Library, Chicago.

Provenance

Gift, Mrs. Eleanor Copenhaver Anderson, 1947, with subsequent donations and purchases.

Processed by

Martha Briggs, Alison Hinderliter, Pamela Olson, and Monica Petraglia, 2004

Acknowledgements

This inventory was created with the generous support of the National Endowment for the Humanities. Any views, findings, conclusions, or recommendations expressed in this inventory do not necessarily represent those of the National Endowment for the Humanities.

Access

The Sherwood Anderson Papers are open for research in the Special Collections Reading Room; 5 folders at a time maximum, and items in each folder will be counted before and after delivery to the patron (Priority I).

Ownership and Literary Rights

The Sherwood Anderson Papers are the physical property of the Newberry Library. Copyright may belong to the authors or their legal heirs or assigns. The Literary Executor for the Sherwood Anderson papers must be contacted in order to receive permission to publish or reproduce any materials from this collection. For further information, contact the Roger and Julie Baskes Department of Special Collections.

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Biography of Sherwood Anderson

Sherwood Anderson was born Sept. 13, 1876, in Camden, Ohio, the third child of seven born to a harnessmaker and his wife. The family moved often, settling in Clyde, Ohio in 1884. Sherwood didn't spend much time in school; he was nicknamed "Jobby" as a young boy due to the numbers of odd jobs he took on instead to help support his family. After his mother's early death in 1895 Anderson moved to Chicago for a couple of years, until he joined the army and was an infantryman in Cuba during the Spanish-American War. After his service he moved to Springfield, Ohio and enrolled in Wittenberg College for a year (1899-1900), where he met a friend who found him a job as an advertising copywriter and space salesman for Long-Critchfield Company in Chicago. In 1906 he moved with his first wife, Cornelia Lane Anderson, to Cleveland, Ohio, to set up a mail order house. A year later he established his own mail order paint business in Elyria, Ohio. It was there on Nov. 27, 1912 that Anderson suddenly left his office and wandered the countryside for four days, until he was found and hospitalized for exhaustion. Whether this incident was a nervous breakdown or a veiled attempt to leave his business and family to pursue a more artistic lifestyle is still under speculation. Whatever the reason, he soon left Ohio for good and moved back to Chicago to work again for the Long-Critchfield Company. This time, however, he was determined to also be a novelist, and joined the Chicago literary and journalist circles, which included Margaret Anderson of the Little Review, Harriet Monroe of Poetry Magazine, and writers Ben Hecht and Carl Sandburg. He began publishing short stories and poetry regularly in the aforementioned magazines, and his novel-writing career began in 1916 with the publication of Windy McPherson's Son. His real fame as a writer came in 1919, with the publication of his classic work, Winesburg, Ohio.

From the late 1910's through the mid 1920's, Anderson moved frequently, to New York City, Fairhope Alabama, New Orleans, Reno Nevada, and back to New Orleans. He met Gertrude Stein and James Joyce on his first trip to Paris in 1921, and remained friends with Stein for the rest of his life. In 1922 he befriended William Faulkner in New Orleans; Faulkner considered Anderson a mentor. In 1926 he bought a home near Marion, Virginia, which he named "Ripshin" (after a nearby creek of the same name) and, aside from travelling, lived there for the rest of his life. With money borrowed from his patron Burton Emmett, he bought two newspapers in Marion, the Marion Democrat and the Smyth County News. From this time forward he continued to write novels, short stories, autobiographical works, articles in his newspapers, and essays in other publications.

Anderson was married four times: To Cornelia Lane (1904-1916), with whom he had two sons and a daughter; to artist and music teacher Tennessee Mitchell (1916-1924); to Elizabeth Prall (1924-1932); and to Eleanor Copenhaver (1933-1941). Copenhaver, an executive with the YWCA, was interested in labor conditions in the South, and was inspiring to Anderson in terms of topics for his articles on social justice and the plight of the American workingman and African Americans. In early 1941, he embarked on the S.S. Santa Lucia with Eleanor, Thornton Wilder, and others on an unofficial good-will tour of South America. He became gravely ill at sea, was taken to a hospital in Colon, in the Panama Canal Zone, and died of peritonitis on March 8, 1941. The newspaper accounts reported one month later that before embarking on his trip, he apparently accidentally ingested a wooden toothpick, which pierced the abdominal wall and caused the fatal infection.

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Scope and Content of the Collection

Correspondence, scrapbooks, clippings, photographs, audiovisual material, royalty statements, personal financial records, artifacts, miscellaneous ephemera, autographed works, and literary manuscripts (many unpublished; also fragments, notes, and tentative sketches for short stories).

Narrative descriptions of the subject matter, types of material, and arrangement of each series are available through the Organization section of the finding aid.

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Organization

Papers are organized in the following series:

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Selected Search Terms

The following terms have been used to index the description of this collection in the Newberry Library's public catalog. Researchers desiring additional materials on a particular topic should search the catalog using these headings.

Names

  • Anderson, Eleanor Copenhaver, d. 1985
  • Anderson, Margaret C.
  • Boni & Liveright
  • Brand, Millen, 1906-1980
  • Connick, Charles J. (Charles Jay), b. 1875.
  • Conroy, Jack, 1898-1990
  • Cowley, Malcolm, 1898-
  • Crane, Hart, 1899-1932
  • Dell, Floyd, 1887-1969
  • Dos Passos, John, 1896-1970
  • Dove, Arthur, 1880-1946
  • Dreiser, Theodore, 1871-1945
  • Emerson, John, 1874-1956
  • Emmett, Burton, 1871-1935
  • Emmett, Mary
  • Esherick, Wharton
  • Faulkner, William, 1897-1962
  • Fitzgerald, F. Scott (Francis Scott), 1896-1940
  • Funk, Charles
  • Geismar, Maxwell David, 1909-
  • Harris, Julia Collier, b. 1875
  • Hecht, Ben, 1893-1964
  • Hemingway, Ernest, 1899-1961
  • Horace Liveright, Inc.
  • Huxley, Aldous, 1894-1963
  • Lankes, Julius J., 1884-1960
  • Library of Congress
  • Liveright, Horace
  • Liveright, Otto
  • Loos, Anita, 1893-1981
  • Mencken, H.L. (Henry Louis), 1880-1956
  • Monroe, Harriet, 1860-1936
  • Nathan, George Jean, 1882-1958
  • Newberry Library
  • O’Keeffe, Georgia, 1887-1986
  • Perkins, Maxwell E. (Maxwell Evarts), 1884-1947
  • Princeton University. Library
  • Rosenfeld, Paul, 1890-1946
  • Sandburg, Carl, 1878-1967
  • Schevill, Ferdinand , 1868-1954
  • Sergel, Roger L., b. 1894
  • Stein, Gertrude, 1874-1946
  • Stieglitz, Alfred, 1864-1946
  • Toomer, Jean, 1894-1967
  • University of Chicago
  • University of Pennsylvania
  • World Congress Against War (1932 : Amsterdam, Netherlands)
  • Young, Stark, 1881-1963

Subjects

  • Artifacts
  • Authors, American -- 20th century
  • Clippings
  • Manuscripts, American -- Illinois -- Chicago
  • Moving images
  • Novelists, American -- Illinois -- Chicago
  • Photographs
  • Scrapbooks
  • Sound recordings

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Container List

Series 1: Outgoing Correspondence, 1915-1941

Letters from Sherwood Anderson to friends, publishers, and other correspondents. Outgoing letters from Eleanor Anderson, prior to Sherwood Anderson's death in 1941, are interfiled. Topics of letters include Anderson's views on writing, his personal and business-related travels, the publishing of his works, and his relationships with family, friends, and other writers.
Includes correspondence to Jack Conroy, Malcolm Cowley, Arthur Dove, Theodore Dreiser, John Emerson and Anita Loos, Ben Hecht, Aldous Huxley, Horace and Otto Liveright, H. L. Mencken, Harriet Monroe, Georgia O'Keeffe, Maxwell Perkins, Paul Rosenfeld, Gertrude Stein, Alfred Stieglitz, and Stark Young.
Arranged alphabetically by addressee. After the alphabetical run of correspondents there are several folders of letters grouped by similar subject, such as fan mail, requests of various kinds, invitations, etc.

Box Folder Contents
1 1 Aird, Grace, 1932
1 2 Alexander, Will, 1931
1 3 Alfred A. Knopf, Inc., 1925
1 4 Alin, Hans, 1929
1 5 American Civil Liberties Union, 1936
1 6 American Committee for Protection of the Foreign Born, 1940
1 7 American Committee for the World's Congress Against War, 1932
1 8 Anderson, Ellen, 1929
1 9 Anderson, Florence V. (photostat), 1940
1 10 Anderson, Sherwood (no relation), (photostat), 1940
1 11 Andrade, Juan (re. Spanish translations), 1929
1 12 Angel, Rifka, 1938
1 13 Angelo, Valenti (Grabhorn Press), 1932-1933
1 14 Ann Watkins, Inc. (Agent), 1930-1931
1 15 Antony, Marc and Lucille, also from Eleanor, 1926-1940
1 16 Appleby, Paul, 1933
1 17 Armfield, Alice, 1939-1941
1 18 Armstrong, Edwin H., 1925
1 19 Austin, Mary (photostats), 1923
1 20 Author's Club (photostat), 1921
1 21 Barbour, Charlotte A. (Barbour and McKeogh, Inc.), 1935
1 22 Barksdale (?), Emily, 1939
1 23 Barnes, Harry E. (Scripps-Howard Newspapers), 1930
1 24 Barr, Stringfellow, 1932
1 25 Barrett, Wilton A. (National Board of Review), 1934
1 26 Bartlett, Judge George, 1925
1 27 Bartlett, Judge, Monte, and Dorothy, 1939-1940
1 28 Bartlett, Margaret (Monte), 1939-1940
1 29 Barton, Arthur (re. Winesburg Play), 1933
1 30 Baskette, Ewing C., 1932
1 31 Basso, Hamilton (Ham), 1937
1 32 Beach, Joseph Warren, 1925
1 33 Beach, Perce, 1925
1 34 Bentley, Allie (Alyse), 1929
1 35 Bercovici, Konrad, 1925
1 36 Bernd, Aaron, 1933
1 37 Bishop, John Peale (Vanity Fair), see also: Vanity Fair, 1920-1940
1 38 Blachly, Edward, 1940
1 39 Black, Jean (Anderson's secretary), 1940
1 40 Blair, Mary (photostat), 1926
1 41 Bland, Winifred, 1939
1 42 Bliven, Bruce (?), 1931
1 43 Bloch, Lucienne, 1925
1 44 Blossom, Sumner (The American Magazine), 1932-1935
1 45 Blum, Jerry and Lucille Swan (photostats), 1920-1933
1 46 Blum, Lucille Swan (photostats), 1922-1925
1 47 Bobbs-Merrill Co., 1939
1 48 Bockler, Charles and Kath (Kack), 1929-1930
1 49-52 Bockler, Charles (includes essay by Bockler about Sherwood written in 1969), n.d., 1930-1936
2 53 Boese, Ella, 1937
2 54 Bogorro Gift Shop, from Eleanor, 1941
2 55 Bogue, Anne, 1930
2 56 Boni and Liveright Publishers, see also: Horace Liveright, Publisher, 1925-1928
2 57 Book Niga Corporation, 1937
2 58 Borden, Gail (Arts Club, Hanover, New Hampshire), 1925
2 59 Bosman, Pierre, 1929
2 60 Boussiniz, Helene, 1929-1931
2 61 Bower, Alex (The Lexington Leader), 1939
2 62 Boyd, James (Jimmy) (partial photostats), 1937-1941
2 63 Brand, Millen, from Eleanor, 1938
2 64 Brandon, Tom, 1933
2 65 Braver-Mann, B. G., 1934
2 66 Breckenridge, Karl, 1926
2 67 Breen, Robert (Old Irving Place Theatre), 1940-1941
2 68 Brewer, Joseph (Olivet College), 1940
2 69 Bridge, O. H., 1932
2 70 Bridges, Helen and Brownie, 1940
2 71 Brinnin, John M., 1937
2 72 Brooks, Anna (Anderson's maid), 1939
2 73 Brooks, Van Wyck, 1938
2 74 Broun, Heywood, 1938
2 75 Brown, H. Tatnall Jr., from Eleanor, 1934
2 76 Brown, Ned, (re. Motion Pictures), 1940-1941
2 77 Brownell, Baker (Northwestern University), 1930-1931
2 78 Brynner, Witten, 1939
2 79 Buchanan, B. F., 1929
2 80 Buchanan, Annabel, 1940
2 81 Buchanan, John Jr., 1933
2 82 Burnett, Whit (Story Magazine), 1938-1940
2 83 Burr, Courtney, 1934
2 84 Burrow, Trigant (partial photostats), 1917-1937
2 85 Byles, Winifred, 1937
2 86 Cabell, James Branch, 1934
2 87 Calloway, Hallie Jordan, 1934
2 88 Calmer, Alan (The Partisan Review), 1936
2 89 Calverton, V. F. (George), (The Modern Quarterly), 1929-1933
2 90 Canadian Forum, The, 1937
2 91 Canby, Henry, 1925
2 92 Candill, Helen (Marion College), 1940
2 93 Cape, Jonathan, 1922-1925
2 94 Cappon, Alexander (University of Kansas), 1940
2 95 Caprile, A., 1941
2 96 Carr, Michael, 1925
2 97 Carrick, Gertrude (photostat), 1940
2 98 Carson, S. W., 1929
2 99 Carter, John Archer (Nick) and Evelyn, 1929-1940
2 100 Case, Dick (U. S. Trotting Association), 1939
2 101 Centeno, Augusto, 1930-1940
2 102-103 Chambrun, Jacques, also from Eleanor, 1929-1941
2 104 Chapman, Mary and Stan (Stanton), 1929-1940
2 105 Chappell, Blanche, 1930
2 106 Charles Scribner's Sons, 1930-1940
2 107 Chicago Daily News, 1940
2 108 Chicago Historical Society, 1917
2 109 Church, Ralph (partial photostats), 1926-1938
2 110 Churchill, Allen (Robert McBride and Co.), 1940
3 111 Clark, Barrett (Barrie), 1933-1940
3 112 Clemens, Cyril, 1937
3 113 Cole, Arthur, 1926
3 114 Columbia Broadcasting System (CBS), 1937
3 115 Colwell, Laverne W., 1929
3 116 Commins, Saxe (Random House), from Eleanor, 1937
3 117 Committee of Publishers for Exiled Writers, 1940
3 118-119 Connick, Charles and Mabel, 1925-1941
3 120 Continental Oil Company, 1939
3 121 Conroy, Jack, 1931
3 122 Coombs, Steve, 1934-1941
3 123 Corn, P. 1930
3 124 Corson, John J., 1935
3 125 Cortina, Mary (Spanish teacher, Tampa University), 1941
3 126 Cournos, John, 1938
3 127 Cowley, Malcolm, 1936
3 128 Cox, Lucile, 1921
3 129 Crane, Hart (photostats), 1919-1922
3 130 Crawford, Bruce, 1929-1933
3 131 Crawford, Nelson Antrim, 1921-1933
3 132 Creelman, James, 1934
3 133 Crowninshield, Frank (Vanity Fair), see also: Vanity Fair, 1921-1925
3 134 Cullen, John Paul and Mary (photostats), 1937-1940
3 135 Curtis Brown, Ltd. (London), 1926-1939
3 136 Dakers, Andrew H., 1922
3 137 Daniels, Jonathan and Josephus, 1938
3 138 Darrow, Clarence, 1930
3 139 Daugherty, George, 1925-1940
3 140 Davenport, Kenneth, 1937-1938
3 141 Davila, Carlos, 1939-1941
3 142 Davis, Jerome, 1936
3 143 Davison, Edward (Ted) and Natalie, 1937-1939
3 144 Davison, Natalie, from Eleanor, ca. 1938
3 145 Dawson, Mitchell, 1920
3 146 Day, Adele, 1939
3 147 De Lorenzi, Sue, n.d.
3 148 De Vries, Carrow, 1935-1940
3 149 De Witte, W. S., 1939
3 150 Decision, 1940
3 151 Deeter, Jasper (Jap), (Hedgerow Theater), 1934-1940
3 152 Derleth, August (partial photostats), 1939-1940
3 153 Dickstein, Louis, 1925
3 154 Diekmann, Anetta, 1940
3 155 Dietz, Frieda Meredith, 1938
3 156 Dimand, Harry, 1923
3 157 Dinamov, Sergei, 1932
3 158 Dismoor, Miss (?), ca. 1920
3 159 Dix, Dorothy, 1925
3 160 Dos Passos, John, 1932
3 161 Double Dealer, 1922
3 162 Dove, Arthur and Ruth (Red), 1921-1937
3 163 Dowdey, Clifford, 1940
3 164 Dreiser, Helen (photostat), 1930
3 165 Dreiser, Theodore (Teddy), (majority photostats; 1 incomplete), 1915-1939
3 166 Driscoll, Michael, 1933-1936
4 167 Duke, Elsie, 1937-1938
4 168 Duke, Elsie, from Eleanor, 1938
4 169 Dunn, Frank (Chicago Daily Journal), 1926
4 170 Dunn, Robert, 1932
4 171 Dusoir, Ilse (re. Seven Arts Magazine), 1940
4 172 E. P. Dutton and Co., 1938
4 173 Eakin, Mary Blair (photostats), 1936
4 174 Early, Steve, 1936
4 175 Eberle, Iremengarde, 1933
4 176 Edelman, John, 1931
4 177 Edizioni Corbaccio (re. Italian translations), 1934
4 178 Embree, Edwin R., 1931-1937
4 179 Emerson, John, 1925-1940
4 180 Emerson, John and Loos, Anita, 1925
4 181-183 Emmett, Burton, 1926-1930, n.d.
4 184 Emmett, Burton and Mary, 1933-1935
4 185-191 Emmett, Mary, ca. 1930-1941
4 192 Emmett, Mary, from Eleanor, n.d., 1933-1941
4 193 Encyclopaedia Britannica, 1925
4 194 Endrey, Eugene (Provincetown Playhouse), 1940
4 195 Esherick, Letty, 1925
4 196 Esherick, Wharton, 1933-1938
4 197 Esquire Magazine, 1934
5 198 Ethridge, Mark (Washington Post), 1934-1938
5 199 Ethridge, Willie Snow, from Eleanor, 1938
5 200 Euthanasia Society of America, Inc., 1940
5 201 Evans, Robert, 1932
5 202 Fagan, Nathan Bryllion, 1926-1939
5 203 Fastrova, Jarmila, (re. Czech translation of Dark Laughter), 1926
5 204 Faulkner, William (Bill), 1927-1930's
5 205 Fay, Bernard, 1938-1939
5 206 Feibleman, James (Jim) and Dorothy (partial photostats), 1930-1940
5 207 Feis, Herbert (U. S. Department of Justice), 1939
5 208 Ferber, Mary Ganz, 1926
5 209 Ferguson, Jack N., from Eleanor, 1934
5 210 Fidell, Oscar H., 1933
5 211 Fight Magazine, from Eleanor, 1936
5 212-231 Finley, Marietta D. (Mrs. Vernon Hahn, Bab), 1916-1933
6 232 Fishbein, Frieda, 1933-1936
6 233 Fisher, Jack (photostat), 1932
6 234 Fisher, Ruth Anna, 1925
6 235 Fleisher, Sidney (re. Winesburg play), 1940-1941
6 236 Fles, Barthold, 1935
6 237 Fletcher, John Gould, 1923
6 238 Flores, A. (re. Spanish translations), 1925
6 239 Force, Juliana R., (Whitney Museum), 1939
6 240 Ford, Ford Madox, 1939
6 241 Forlag, J. H. Schultz, 1936
6 242 Frank, Jerome, 1933
6 243-248 Frank, Waldo (Brother), (photostats), 1916-1939
6 249 Frazer ? (unidentified admirer of Anderson's work), 1929
6 250 Frederick A. Stokes Company, 1933-1937
6 251 Freedman, Harold (Brandt and Brandt Dramatic Dept.), 1935-1940
6 252 Freeman, Joseph, 1932
6 253 Freitag, George, 1938-1941
6 254 Friend, Julius, 1924-1938
6 255 Friend, Mrs. Julius, 1933
6 256 Fritz, Bernardine Szold, see Szold-Fritz, Bernardine 1927-1929
6 257 Fuller, Frank, ca. 1935-1936
6 258-259 Funk, Charles H. (Andy), 1933-1938
7 260 Funk, Charles H. (Andy), 1939-1941
7 261 Galantiere, Lewis, also from Eleanor, 1921-1940
7 262 Galantiere, Nancy, from Eleanor, 1938-1939
7 263 Gallimard, Gaston, 1920
7 264 Gannett, Lewis, 1938
7 265 Garnett, Carl, 1940
7 266 Gaston, Herbert, 1935
7 267 Gates, Arnold F. (partial photostats), 1938-1940
7 268 Gates, Margaret (Newark Public Library), 1925
7 269 Gauguin, Priscilla (Prissy), 1936
7 270 Gay, Marguerite (Margaret), (re. French translations), 1920-1934
7 271 Geddes, Norman Bel, 1925
7 272 Gelber, Leon, 1925-1932
7 273 Getts, Clark H., also from Eleanor, 1935-1940
7 274 Gibarti, Louis, 1934
7 275 Gill, Henry M. (New Orleans Public Library), 1925
7 276 Giovanola, Luigi, 1934
7 277 Glass, Carter (U. S. Senate), 1935
7 278 Glessner, Robert, 1940
7 279 Godchaux, Elma, 1936-1940
7 280 Gohdes, Clarence, 1936
7 281 Gold, Mike, 1924
7 282 Goldman, Ida, 1929
7 283 Goldstein, Hyman, 1929
7 284 Goodman, Henry, 1928-1930
7 285 Gordon, Jerry, 1932
7 286 Gosling, Glen (Olivet College), (photostats), 1939-1940
7 287 Grabhorn, E., (The Grabhorn Press), 1925
7 288 Grace, Luella Williams, M. D., 1930
7 289 Graham, Elizabeth, 1926
7 290 Graham, George, 1926
7 291 Greear, Caroline (Mrs. John), 1928-1934
7 292 Greear, David, 1926
7 293 Greear, John, 1925
7 294 Greear, Philip (copies), 1934
7 295 Green, Alan, from Eleanor, 1933
7 296 Green, Paul, 1939-1940
7 296a Greer, Mary Vernon, 1928-1930
7 297 Greever, E. L., 1937
7 298 Griffith, William, 1928-1929
7 299 Grubb, Charlie, 1928
7 300 Gruenberg, Louis, see also: Kraft, H. S., 1933
7 301 Haggott, John (Harvard University), 1934
7 302 Hambleton, T. Edward, 1940
7 303 Hanline, Maurice, see also: Boni and Liveright, 1926-1934
7 304 Hannon, William Morgan, 1925
7 305 Hansen, Harry, 1922-1931
7 306 Harcourt, Brace and Co., 1925-1941
7 307 Harriet, Fenniel ?, (photostat), 1921
7 308 Harris, Evelyn, from Eleanor, 1934
7 309 Harris, Julian and Julia 1925-1930
7 310 Harrison, Joe S., 1939
7 311 Hartwig, John George (Eugene Field Society), 1937
7 312 Hayes, Howard, 1934
7 313 Head, Depew, 1940
7 314 Hecht, Ben (partial copies), n.d., 1922-1938
7 315 Hedgerow Theater, see also: Deeter, Jasper and Phillips, Miriam, 1936
7 316 Henle, James (Vanguard Press), 1930
7 317 Henley, Homer, 1934
7 318 Herverie, B. de la, 1933
7 319 Heymoolen, A. H., 1928
7 320 Hicks, Granville (photostats), 1935
7 321 Hoepli, Ulrico, 1937
7 321a Holt, Rush, 1934
7 321b Hoover, Julia M. (Clark H. Getts, Inc.), 1937
7 322 Horace Liveright Publishers, see also: Boni and Liveright, 1929-1934
7 323 Hotel Royalton (New York City), 1939-1941
7 324 Howland, H. H., 1925
7 325-326 Huebsch, Ben (B. W.), 1918-Feb. 1923
8 327-328 Huebsch, Ben (B. W.), Mar. 1923-1941, n.d.
8 329 Hunt, Dorothy, 1925
8 330 Hurd, Herman (partial photostats), 1938-1941
8 331 Hurd, Jennie (photostats), 1938
8 332 Hussman, Helen, 1925
8 333 Huxley, Aldous, 1937
8 334 Ickes, Harold L., 1939
8 335 International Committee for Political Prisoners, 1926
8 336 Ivars, Rosalind ?, 1920
8 337 Iversen, Herman Wolsgaard, 1936
8 338 Izvestia, Special Correspondent (USSR Consulate), 1934
8 339 J. B. Lippincott Co. Publishers, 1940
8 340 Jackson, Joseph Henry (San Francisco Chronicle), 1940
8 341 Jackson, Roberts Brock, 1940
8 342 Jaffe, Louis I., 1932
8 343 Jansen, Roy, 1935
8 344 Jebrovsky ?, (Editor of Zarkompros, Moscow), ca. 1934
8 345 Johnson, Icie ?, 1929
8 346 Johnson, Richard, 1926
8 347 Jolas, Eugene, 1936
8 348 Judd, Marian, 1940
8 349 K. K. ?, n.d.
8 350 Kahn, Otto, 1929
8 351 Kanroff, Manuel, 1940
8 352 Karsner, David (photostats), 1924-1926
8 353 Kauser, Alice, 1934
8 354 Keifer, Martha (The Bookshop), 1926
8 355 Kellog, Phoebe, 1925
8 356 Kellogg, Paul U. (The Survey), 1920
8 357 Kelso, Ruth, 1925
8 358 Kempner, Stanley, 1932
8 359 Kendrick, John F., 1925
8 360 Kirkpatrick, Leonard (Stanford University Libraries), 1934
8 361 Kiwanis Club (Marion, Va.), 1938
8 362 Koppel, Henry Gunther (Alliance Book Corporation), 1940-1941
8 363 Koskull, Baroness Marie Louise von (Hilda), 1929-1936
8 364 Kraft, H. S. and Gruenberg, Louis, 1933
8 365 Kreymborg, Alfred, 1921
8 366 Kuhn, Mrs. Oliver, 1938
8 367 La Gallienne, Eva, 1934
8 368 La Nacion (Argentina), 1939-1940
8 369 Laird, Helen, 1940
8 370 Laird, John A., 1940
8 371 Langfeld, William, 1926
8 372-374 Lankes, J. J. (partial photostats), 1927-1941
8 375 Lantane, Lewis, 1929
8 376 Laurens County Council of Farm Women, 1940
8 377 Leach, Henry Goddard (The Forum), 1929-1936
8 378 League of American Writers, 1938-1940
8 379 Leigh, W. Colston (Leigh Lecture Bureau), 1925-1932
8 380 Leippert, James G., 1933
8 381 Lerner, Daniel, 1938-1940
8 382 Lesser, Milton J., 1931
8 383 Lewis, John L., 1936
8 384 Liberty, 1935
8 385 Life Magazine, 1940
8 386 Lilienthal, Theodore, 1925-1939
8 387 Lillard, George Ann, 1940
8 388 Lineaweaver, John, also from Eleanor, 1931-1936
8 389 Little, Herb, 1937
8 390 Little Man Magazine, The, 1938
9 391 Liveright, Ada, 1925-1926
9 392-393 Liveright, Horace, 1924-1932
9 394-396 Liveright, Otto (partial photostats), 1922-1930
9 397 Llona, Victor, 1926
9 398 Lloyd, John, 1934
9 399 Locke, Alain, 1925
9 400 Logan, Marlan, 1936
9 401 Long, Maurice, 1930-1931
9 402 Loos, Anita, see also: Emerson, John and Anita Loos, 1918-1940
9 403 Lovett, Robert Morss, also from Eleanor, 1924-1938
9 404 Lowden, Samuel M., 1925
9 405 Lumpkin, Grace, from Eleanor, 1938
9 406 Lund, Ivar, 1933
9 407 Lyons, Edna Snow, 1925
9 408 Lyons, Mary Celeste, 1926
9 409 MacDonald, Dwight (The Partisan Review), 1929-1939
9 410 Mackey, Eloise Cooper, 1936
9 411 Madrigal, Margarita (re. Spanish lessons), 1940
9 412 Maltz, Albert, 1934
9 413 Manchester Evening News, 1937
9 414 Mann, Klaus, 1940
9 415 Mannados Book Shop, 1938
9 416 Martin, Harriet, 1939
9 417 Mason, Harold, 1934-1935
9 418 Masters, Edgar Lee, 1936
9 419 Maverick, Maury, 1937
9 420 Maxwell, M. W., 1937
9 421 McCall, J. G., (Jake), 1934
9 422 McElwee, Venetia, 1925
9 423 McGown, Floyd, 1939
9 424 McIlwaine, A. S., 1933
9 425 McKinley, Charles (Reed College), 1933
9 426 McMillen, Wheeler, 1934
9 427 Melekian, B. K., 1939
9 428 Meloney, Marie Mattingly, 1940
9 429 Mencken, H. L. (1 photostat), 1916-1938
9 430 Miller, J. W., 1938
9 431 Miller, L. E., 1925
9 432 Mitchell, George S. (Columbia University), 1931
9 433 Moberly, Pete (Business Letters), 1920-1921
9 434 Moe, Henry Allen (Guggenheim Memorial Foundation), 1934-1940
9 435 Moley, Raymond (Today), 1934-1936
9 436 Monroe, Harriet (Poetry Magazine), (photostats), 1917-1921
9 437 Montgomery, John, 1925
9 438 Moore, John G., from Eleanor, 1937
9 439 Morgenthau, Henry (Secretary of Treasury), ca. 1936
9 440 Morris, Alfred G., 1932
9 441 Morris, Mary (re. Winesburg play), 1934
9 442 Morrow, Judy, 1933
9 443 Morrow, Marco, 1927-1941
9 444 Moutoux, John (The Knoxville News-Sentinel), 1935
9 445 Muni, Paul, 1933
9 446 Munson, John, 1936
9 447 Murphy, Jimmie, from Eleanor, 1941
9 448 Myland, Lillian, 1929
9 449 Myrick, Sue (The Telegraph), 1937
10 450 Nathan, George Jean (The American Spectator), 1932-1938
10 451 National Broadcasting Company (NBC), 1940-1941
10 452 National Herald, 1940
10 453 Neff, Martin, from Eleanor, 1938
10 454 New England Association of Teachers of English, 1936
10 455 New York Post, 1940
10 456 New Yorker, The, 1935-1937
10 457 Nofer, Ferd (Hedgerow Theater), 1936
10 458 Norman, Dorothy (also from Eleanor), (partial photostats), 1937-1938
10 459 Norsk Forlag (re. Norwegian-Danish rights for Dark Laughter), 1928
10 460 Norton, Margaret I. (re. translations), 1940
10 461 Norton, W. W., 1937
10 462 O'Brien, Edward J., 1920-1930
10 463 O'Brien, Frederick, 1926
10 464 Ochremenko, Peter, 1922
10 465 O'Donnell, Pat, 1936
10 466 O'Keeffe, Georgia, 1923-1927 ?
10 467 Olgin, Moissaye J., 1932
10 468 Olson, Floyd (Governor, Minnesota), 1934
10 469 One Act Play Magazine, 1940
10 470 O'Neil, Raymond, 1920-1937
10 471 O'Neill, Eugene (Gene), 1934-1935
10 472 Oppenheimer, James (Jim), (photostats), 1930
10 473 Otey, Elizabeth L., 1931
10 474 Outlook, The, 1929
10 475 Overland Shirt Manufacturing Co., 1925
10 476 Owensboro, Ditcher, and Grader Co. (business letters), 1920-1921
10 477 P. E. N. Club, The, 1940
10 478 Partridge, Roy, 1925
10 479 Pearson, Norman (partial photostats), (also from Anderson's secretary), 1937-1938
10 480 Peer, William R., 1925
10 481 Pendergrast, Mr., 1933
10 482 Perkins, Frances (Secretary of Labor), 1933
10 483-484 Perkins, Maxwell (Charles Scribner's Sons), see also: Charles Scribner's Sons, 1933-1940
10 485 Phillips, Miriam (Mims) (Hedgerow Theater), 1935
10 486 Phillips, Rufus, from Eleanor, 1934
10 487 Pindyck, Frances, from Eleanor, 1934-1940
10 488 Piscator, Irving, 1940
10 489 Poole, William, 1940
10 490 Posselt, Erich (Atlantic Book and Art Corporation), 1926-1937
10 491 Potamken, Harry Alan, 1925
10 492 Price, Newlin, 1922
10 493 Propheter, M. K. (business letter), 1920
10 494 Purcell, William (photostat), 1939
10 495 Randau, Carl, 1938
10 496 Rascoe, Burton (New York Tribune), 1938
10 497 Reader's Digest, 1940
10 498 Reedy, Claude, 1929
10 499 Remenyi, Joseph, 1934
10 500 Rendueles, Roberto (Editor's Press Service), 1941
10 501 Reynolds, Mary, 1926
10 502 Rice, Elmer, 1940
10 503 Richards, E. C., 1934-1936
10 504 Rickey, George (photostats), 1939
10 505 Riggs, Strafford, 1925
10 506 Rimington, R. Critchell, 1929
10 507 Ringel, Fred, 1930-1932
10 508 Risley, Edward, 1937-1939
10 509 Risely, Ned, from Eleanor, 1939
10 510 Robbins, Fred A., 1929
10 511 Robertson, A. Willis (U. S. House of Representatives), 1938
10 512 Robertson, Judge Walter H., 1940
10 513 Robins, J. 1934
10 514 Rodman, Selden, 1934
10 515 Roeder, Ralph, also from Eleanor, 1938
10 516 Romanore, Jack, 1932
10 517 Rood, John, 1940-1941
10 518 Rorty, James, 1926-1933
11 519-522 Rosenfeld, Paul, 1918-1936
11 523 Rosskam, Edwin (Alliance Book Corporation), 1940-1941
11 524 Russell, Philips, 1939
11 525 Russman, Helen, 1925
11 526 Ryan, Molly, from Eleanor, 1938
11 527 S. S. Koppe and Company, Inc., 1940
11 528 Sagmaster, Howard, 1931
11 529 Sargent, Porter, 1937
11 530 Saxon, Lyle (photostats), 1925-1929
11 531 Scherer, Dr. Paul, 1932-1940
11 532-534 Schevill, Ferdinand and Clara, 1923-1940
11 535 Schevill, Ferdinand, from Eleanor, 1937-1940
11 536 Schimpff, Elisabeth H. V., 1930
11 537 Schneider, Isadore, 1936
11 538 Schofield, Paul, 1930
11 539 Schonemann, F., 1929
11 540 Schulman, Rose (photostats), 1939
11 541 Scotsman, The, 1937
11 542 Scott, Kate, 1926
11 543 Scribner's Magazine, 1926
11 544 Seager, Allan, 1940
11 545 Seaver, Edwin, 1932
11 546 Seldes, Gilbert (The Dial), 1921-1925
11 547-551 Sergel, Roger (Dramatic Publishing Company), 1923-Fall 1933
12 552-559 Sergel, Roger (Dramatic Publishing Company), Oct. 1933-1941
12 560 Sergel, Roger and Ruth, 1924-1939
12 561 Sergel, Ruth, also from Eleanor, 1932-1940
12 562 Sherwood, Robert, 1930?-1940
12 563 Shuman, Henry, 1938
12 564 Sigmund, Jay G., 1922-1929
12 565 Sillcox, Luise, (Author's League), also from Eleanor, 1933-1940
12 566 Silcox, Major, 1934
12 567 Simmons, Albert J., 1925
12 568 Simms, Flora, 1940
12 569 Simon, James F., 1929-1930's
12 570 Simon and Schuster, 1934-1940
12 571 Sinclair, Upton, 1916
12 572 Smith, Rev. Arthur H., 1932-1940
12 573 Smith, Charles (Roanoke College), 1939
12 574 Smith, Dr. Frank (Abingdon Hospital, Va.), from Eleanor, 1936
12 575 Smith, J. Rixey, 1938
12 576 Smith, Meriweather, from Eleanor, 1937
12 577 Smith, W. H. (Rains Galleries), 1936
12 578 Snell, LeRoy E. (Olivet College), and Evans, Robert F., from Eleanor, 1938
12 579 Soviet Russia Today, 1936
12 580 Soviet Union Society for Cultural Relations with Foreign Countries, 1925-1935
12 581 Spratling, William, 1926-1938
12 582 Springer, Frederick, 1937
12 583 Springer, Mrs. Frederick, from Eleanor, 1937
12 584 Stallings, Laurence, 1925-1936
12 585 Stammer, P. (bookseller), 1940
12 586 Stark, Edna (re. South American trip), 1941
12 587 Stark, Lloyd C., 1926
12 588 Steele, W. A., 1922-1938
13 589-590 Stein, Gertrude (photostats), 1921-1941
13 591 Steinberg, Noah, 1939
13 592 Stern, L. (Zeus Cigarette Holders), 1940
13 593 Stettheimer, Ettie, 1925-1939
13 594 Stevenson, Minnie (Kentucky Trotting Horse Breeders Association), 1939
13 595 Stevns, Captain Arne, 1937
13 596 Stewart, Bill (Today Magazine), also from Eleanor, 1934-1938
13 597-599 Stieglitz, Alfred, 1922-1938
13 600 Stieglitz, Alfred and O'Keeffe, Georgia, 1923-1927
13 601 Stockham, George (Hotel Schuyler), 1925
13 602 Stone, Phil (James Stone and Sons), (re. William Faulkner), 1925
13 603 Strackbein, Lena and Kirk, Betty, 1938-1940
13 604 Straub, Carlyle (photostat), 1937
13 605 Stringer, Kathleen, 1935
13 606 Stryker, Roy E., (U. S. Department of Agriculture), 1940-1941
13 607 Stuart, R. L., 1938
13 608 Studin, Charles H., 1934
13 609 Sullivan, John (Ripshin Farm Manager), 1938
13 610 Sullivan, Major, 1941
13 611 Swartout, Norman L., 1925
13 611a Szold-Fritz, Bernardine 1927-1929
13 612 Taggard, Genevieve (photostats), 1924
13 613 Takahashi, Shinkichi, 1925
13 614 Tass Agency, 1936
13 615 Taylor, James P. (Social Security Office), 1940
13 616 Tewson, W. Orton (New York Evening Post), 1925
13 617 Thayer, Scofield, 1920
13 618 Thayer, Sigourney, 1933
13 619 Theater Union, 1934
13 620 Theatre Guild, The, 1933-1935
13 621 Thompson, John H., 1939
13 622 Tilley, J. F., 1937
13 623 Titus, 1931
13 624 Tong, Jocelyn, 1933
13 625 Toohey, J. Leroy (The Bexar Press), from Anderson's secretary, 1933
13 626 Town and Country Review, from Anderson's secretary, 1934
13 627 Troyanovsky, Ambassador and Mrs. (Soviet Union), 1934
13 628 Tucker, Gertrude B., 1931
13 629 Tugwell, Rex (Resettlement Administration), 1936
13 630 Tully, Jim, 1925
13 631 Ulman, Doris, 1929
13 632 Uzzell, Thomas H., 1925
13 633 Van Ameyden Van Duym, A., 1925
13 634 Van Doren, Carl (Century Magazine), 1925-1934
13 635 Van Doren, Mark (The Nation), 1925
13 636 Van Eck, Waldie, 1931-1939
13 637 Van Suchtelen, Nico, 1937
13 638 Van Vechten, Carl, 1939
13 639 Vanamee, William, 1938
13 640 Vance, John F., n.d., 1938
13 641 Vanity Fair, see also: Crowninshield, Frank and Bishop, John Peale, 1925-1929
13 642 Vazquez, J. A. (re. Spanish translations), 1940-1941
13 643 Vestal, Stanley (University of Oklahoma), 1939
13 644 Viereck, George Sylvester, 1925
13 645 Viking Press, see also: Huebsch, Ben, n.d., 1925-1939
13 646 Villa, Jose, 1934
13 647 Virginia Quarterly, 1934
13 648 Volkening, Henry T., 1939-1940
13 649 Wade, John Donald, 1925
13 650 Wade, Warren, 1940
13 651 Walker, Charles and Adelaide, 1932-1933
13 652 Wallace, Henry (Secretary of Agriculture, Vice-President), 1938-1941
13 653 Wallace, Mary J. (Clark H. Getts, Inc.), 1939
13 654 Walpole, Hugh, 1939
13 655 Warren, Dale, 1940
13 656 Watkin, Zara, 1940
13 657 Watkins, Anne, 1930
13 658 Welling, Harriet, 1929
13 659 Wells, Whitney, 1923-1924
13 660 Westcott, Glenway, 1926
13 661 Westgate Press, 1929
13 662 Wheeler, Munroe (Museum of Modern Art), 1940
13 663 White, K. S. (New Yorker), 1934
13 664 White, Katherine A., 1930
13 665 White, Margaret Bourke, 1937
13 666 White, Trillena, 1939-1940
14 667 Wilde, Percival, 1935
14 668 William S. Hart Company, 1925
14 669 Williams, Greer, 1940
14 670 Williams, Oscar, 1939
14 671 Wilson, Edmund (photostats), 1922-1937
14 672 Wilson, Georgia Lynch (People's Tribune), 1925
14 673 Wilson, Gilbert (majority photostats), 1935-1940
14 674 Wilson, James Southall (photostats), 1931
14 675 Wittner, Fred (New York Herald Tribune), 1935
14 676 Wolf, Eddie and Alice, 1937
14 677 Wolfe, Thomas, 1935-1937
14 678 Women's Home Companion, 1925
14 679 Wood, Percy, 1938
14 680 Wood, Thomas, 1933
14 681 Wright, Bill (photostat), 1938
14 682 Wright, Donald, 1925
14 683 Wright, Montgomery (Kansas City Star), 1926
14 684 Wright-Clark, Margaret, 1926
14 685 Writer, The, 1940
14 686 Yamasaki, Isshin, 1930
14 687 Yoshida, Kinetaso, 1925-1928
14 688 Young, Stanley, see: Harcourt, Brace and Co.,
14 689 Young, Mrs. Stanley, from Eleanor, 1940
14 690 Young, Stark, ca. 1924-1930
14 691 Yust, Walter (The Literary Review), 1926
14 692 Unidentified (partial photostats), 1919-1938
14 693 Aspiring Authors, 1925-1941
14 694 Aspiring Publishers/Editors/Reporters, 1929-1934
14 695 Fan Mail, 1925-1941
14 696 Invitations to Speak, 1925-1939
14 697 Invitations to Write, 1925-1940
14 698 Requests for Autographs, Inscriptions, or Photos, 1917-1941
14 699 Requests for Interview or Meeting, 1934
14 700 Requests - Other, 1937-1940

Series 2: Incoming Correspondence, 1913-1941

Letters to Sherwood Anderson regarding his personal and professional career. Letters to Eleanor Anderson prior to March 8, 1941 are interfiled and are noted in the folder title. The series is rich in correspondence to publishers, magazine editors, translators, Anderson scholars, and lecture bureaus. Occasionally Anderson's reply is copied onto the reverse of the original letter. At the end of the alphabetical run of correspondence are letters arranged by subject such as fan mail, requests, invitations, solicitations, and thank you notes.
The series includes correspondence from Margaret Anderson, Millen Brand, Maxwell Perkins, Charles Connick, Malcolm Cowley, Hart Crane, Floyd Dell, John Dos Passos, Arthur Dove, Theodore Dreiser, John Emerson, William Faulkner, F. Scott Fitzgerald, Julia Collier Harris, Ernest Hemingway, J.J. Lankes, Anita Loos, H.L. Mencken, George Jean Nathan, Georgia O'Keeffe, Paul Rosenfeld, Carl Sandburg, Ferdinand Schevill, Roger Sergel, Gertrude Stein, Alfred Stieglitz, Jean Toomer, and Stark Young.
Arranged alphabetically by correspondent, with correspondence by subject filed alphabetically afterwards.

Box Folder Contents
15 701 A. M. & J. Solari Ltd. (in re: marmalade for Mrs. Faulkner), 1925
15 702 Adams, Alfred, 1925-1933
15 703 Adams, Mildred, n.d., 1929-1941
15 704 Adler, Elmer [The Colophon], 1935-1936
15 705 Adler, John, 1934
15 706 Aird, Grace, 1932
15 707 Al Kingston, Inc. (G.A. Pallay), 1935
15 708 Aldridge, Helen, n.d.
15 709 Alexander, W.B. [Antioch College], 1938-1939
15 710 Alexander, Will, 1930-1931
15 711 Aley, Maxwell, 1925, 1935
15 712 Alfred A. Knopf Inc. (A. Knopf, M. Aaron, L. Baer, W. Follett), 1924-1933
15 713 Allen, Joseph, n.d.
15 714 American City, The [magazine], 1940
15 715 American Committee Against Fascist Oppression in Germany, 1933
15 716 American Committee for Protection of Foreign Born (Carey McWilliams), 1940
15 717 American Council Against Nazi Propaganda, 1939
15 718 American Institute of Graphic Arts, 1926
15 719 American League for Peace and Democracy, 1938-1939
15 720 American Magazine, the [most from Sumner Blossom], 1932-1939
15 721 American Writers Committee Against Lynching (Lewis Gannett, Benjamin Stolberg, Walter White, Helen Woodward), 1933
15 722 Anderson, Ellen, 1929
15 723 Anderson, Florence B., 1940
15 724 Anderson, Margaret, ca. 1929
15 725 Andrews, Barrett, 1933
15 726 Angel, Rifka, 1938
15 727 Angelo, Valenti, 1932-1933
15 728 Anthroposophical Society, 1934
15 729 Antony, Lucille and Marc, 1933-1940
15 730 Appleby, Paul H. (assistant to Secretary of Department of Agriculture), 1933
15 731 Armfield, Alice, 1939
15 732 Associated Press, 1927-1930
15 733 Austin, Mary, ca. 1923
15 734 Austry, Era M., 1926
15 735 Author's Club, The (copy), 1921
15 736 Authors' League of America (mostly from Luise Sillcox), 1933
15 737 Authors' League of America (mostly from Luise Sillcox and Ivan von Auw, Jr.), 1934-1940
15 738 Baker, Davis and Penny, Glen Gosling, and Robert Ramsay (telegram), 1941
15 739 Baker, Gladys, 1933
15 740 Baldwin, Roger, 1932-1937
15 741 Bankhead, Tallulah, 1939
15 742 Barbour, Irwin (The Wheeler Syndicate), 1922
15 743 Barbour, Charlotte (of Barbour and McKeogh), 1933-1936
15 744 Barbusse, Henri, 1933-1934
15 745 Bartlett, Margaret Thornton (Monte) (includes poetry), 1939-1940
15 746 Barton, Arthur, 1932-1933
15 747 Baskette, Ewing, 1932-1934
15 748 Basso, Hamilton (Ham), 1926-1938, n.d.
15 749 Bayless, Bullitt, 1930
15 750 Bazalgette, Leon and Augustine (includes clipping), 1927, 1929
15 751 Beach, Joseph, 1925-1926
15 752 Beach, Perce, 1925-1926
15 753 Beacon, The (Sydney Harris), 1937
15 754 Becker, Beril, 1931
15 755 Bein, Albert, n.d.
15 756 Bel Geddes, Norman 1924-1925
15 757 Bell, J. Walter, 1925, n.d.
15 758 Bendon, Dorothe, 1932
15 759 Bentley, Alyse, 1929
15 760 Bercovici, Konrad, 1924-1925, n.d.
15 761 Bercovici, Rion, 1936-1937
15 762 Bernd, A.B., 1933
15 763 Birney, Earle (The Canadian Forum), 1937, n.d.
15 764 Bishop, John Peale (includes clipping from Vanity Fair) (also to Eleanor and Mrs. Copenhaver), 1920-1940
15 765 Bissell, Harriet (Direction Magazine), n.d., 1938
15 766 Bland, Winifred, 1939
15 767 Bliven, Bruce (The New Republic), 1930-1940
15 768 Bloch, Ivan, 1935
15 769 Bloch, Lucienne, 1925-1936
15 770 Bloch, Suzanne, 1927, n.d.
15 771 Blum, Frances (Frank), 1933-1934
15 772 Blum, Jerome (includes exhibit program) (also one from Frank Blum), n.d., ca. 1920's, 1933
16 773 Bockler, Charles, n.d., 1930-1931
16 774-775 Bockler, Charles, to Sherwood and John Anderson, n.d., ca. 1932
16 776-777 Bockler, Charles and Kath (daughter: Claire), n.d., 1929
16 778-779 Bockler, Charles and Kath (Kack) (includes essay by Bockler about Sherwood written in 1969), n.d., 1934-1935
16 780 Boese, Ella, 1931-1939, n.d.
16 781 Bogue, Anna, 1930
16 782 Boni and Liveright [T.R. Smith, John S. Clapp, Isidor Schneider, Manuel Komroff, Julian Messner, Ida Eugene Goldman, Maurice A. Hanline, Albert H. Gross, Frank Dazey, Jahn Macy, Arthur Pell, and Horace Liveright], 1923-1928
16 783 Bookman, The (Robert Cortes Holliday), 1920
16 784 Borden, Gail (The Arts, Hanover, New Hampshire), n.d.
16 785 Borosini, 1932
16 786 Bosman, Pierre, n.d., 1928-1931
16 787 Boussinesq, Helene, 1927-1931
16 788 Bowers, Florence W. [E.P. Dutton and Co.], 1926-1927
16 789 Bowler, A.N. (The Writer Magazine), 1936-1937
16 790 Boyd, James (Jim), 1936-1939
16 791 Boyd, James (Jim) and Katharine (Kate) [to Sherwood and Eleanor], 1940-1941
16 792 Bradley, Frances Sage (also: Luella Williams Grace), 1930
16 793 Brand, Millen (to Sherwood and Eleanor), 1937-1941
16 794 Brandon, Tom, n.d., 1933
16 795 Brandt and Brandt Dramatic Department, see also: Freedman, Harold, 1935-1936
16 796 Braver-Mann, B.G., 1933-1934
16 797 Breckenridge, Karl, 1926
16 798 Breen, Robert, 1940
16 799 Breuer, Bessie, n.d.
16 800 Brewer, Joseph [Olivet College - Writers and Reader's Conference], 1938-1940
16 801 Brook, Alexander, 1926
16 802 Brooks, Anna, 1939
16 803 Brooks, Van Wyck, 1920-1938
16 804 Broun Memorial Committee (Lewis Gannett), 1940
16 805 Brown, H. Tatnall, 1934-1939
16 806 Brown, Ned [Ned Brown and Associates], 1940-1941
16 807 Brownell, Baker [Northwestern University], 1930-1931
16 808 Brudno, Ezra, 1925-1926
16 809 Bry, Allie, n.d., 1933
16 810 Bryan, Nan Coughlin (includes clipping), 1925
16 811 Bryant, Louise (Mrs. John Reed), 1932
16 812 Buchanan, B.F., n.d., 1929
16 813 Buchanan, John P. Jr., 1932, 1936
16 814 Bunnel, Walter Jr., 1924
16 815 Buntin, Priscilla, 1936
16 816 Burack, A.S. [The Writer magazine], 1940
16 817 Burbage, H.P., 1927
16 818 Burling, Karl (includes poetry), 1926, n.d.
16 819 Burnett, Whit [Story and The Story Press], 1935-1940
16 820 Burr, Caroline [Beloit College Art Hall], 1923
16 821 Burr, Courtney, 1934
16 822 Burrow, Trigant, 1921-1937
16 823 Bynner, Witter, 1936
16 824 Byrd, Harry F. (Governor of Virginia), 1929
17 825 Cabell, James Branch, 1934
17 826 Caldwell, Edwon (in re: Sherwood Anderson Pipe, London Pipe Company), 1926
17 827 Caldwell, Erskine (includes photo with Margaret Bourke-White), 1940, n.d.
17 828 Calejo, Sara, 1926
17 829 Calverton, V.F. (George) [The Modern Quarterly], 1924-1934
17 830 Calvo, Lino Novas (includes poetry), n.d., 1931
17 831 Canby, Henry Seidel [New York Evening Post Literary Review], 1913-1941
17 832 Cape, Jonathan [Jonathan Cape Ltd.], 1922-1925
17 833 Cappon, Alexander [The University Review, University of Kansas City], 1940
17 834 Cargill, Oscar [New York University], 1940
17 835 Carr, Michael (Mike), 1924-1925
17 836 Carter, John Archer (Nick), 1929, 1940
17 837 Carter, Walter A. (includes artwork), n.d.
17 838 Case, Dick [U.S. Trotting Association], ca. 1939
17 839 Casey, S., 1920
17 840 Centeno, Augusto and Myrtle, 1939-1940
17 841 Cerf, Bennett A. [The Modern Library], 1925
17 842-845 Chambrun, Jacques (also includes radio script Big Town), 1928-1941
17 846 Chapman, Mary and Stanton, 1932-1940
17 847 Chappell, Blanche, [in re: Ripshin], 1930
17 848 Charles, Lucile [in re: CBS radio show, Land of Plenty], 1936-1937
17 849 Charles Scribner's Sons (John Hall Wheelock) (see also Perkins, Maxwell), 1930
17 850 Charles Scribner's Sons (see also Perkins, Maxwell), 1936-1940
17 851 Church, Ralph, 1926-1935
17 852 Clark, Bennett (Samuel French/Dramatists Play Service), 1933-1940
17 853-854 Clark H. Getts, Inc (also Getts, Clark. Includes speaking/lecture contracts and receipts), 1936-1940
17 855 Clark, Mary Mowbry (The Sunwise Turn, Inc.), 1921
17 856 Cleaton, Allen, 1930-1937
17 857 Clemens, Cyril (International Mark Twain Society), 1935-1939
17 858 Clement, Hunt Jr. (The Chattanooga Times), 1937
17 859 Club Showshop, Inc., 1939
17 860 Cochran, Louis, 1939
17 861 Coltrane, Jenn W., 1931
17 862 Colwell, Laverne, 1925-1929
17 863 Commins, Saxe and Dorothy, 1933-1939
17 864 Committee of the Exhibition of Western Revolutionary Art, 1926
17 865 Connick, Charles J. and Mabel, 1925-1941
17 866 Conroy, Jack, 1931
17 867 Coombs, Steve, 1934-1939
17 868 Copeau, Jacques, 1920-1921
17 869 Cortina, Mary Gil (also to Eleanor), 1940
17 870 Cournos, John, 1921-1939
17 871 Covici-Friede (Pascal Covici), 1929, 1937
17 872 Cowley, Malcolm, 1935-1936
18 873 Crabill, Mike, 1939
18 874 Crane, Hart (also to B.W. Huebsch), 1920-1922
18 875 Crawford, Bruce, 1929-1933
18 876 Crawford, Nelson Antrim, 1921-1930
18 877 Crecraft, Gordon, 1923-1925
18 878 Crisis, The, 1926
18 879 Crum, Bartley, 1926
18 880 Cullen, Charles (also from Thomas Crowell and Company), 1933
18 881 Cullen, John Paul (some in re: Veteran's Pension), 1937-1940
18 882 Cummings, Edward Estlin, 1939
18 883 Curtis Brown, Ltd. (also to Eleanor), 1927-1941
18 884 Dahlberg, Edward, 1937-1940
18 885 Dakers, Andrew H. (also to Ben Huebsch), 1921-1922
18 886 Dana, John Cotton (The Public Library of Newark, NJ), 1925
18 887 Daniels, Jonathan, 1938
18 888 Daniels, Josephus, 1938
18 889 Daugherty, George (most undated), 1920-1940
18 890 Davenport, Kenneth, 1937-1939
18 891 Davila, Carlos, 1939
18 892 Davis, Sarah, 1931
18 893 Davison, Edward (Ted) and Natalie, 1937-1939
18 894 Dawson, Mitchell, 1937
18 895 Day, Adele, 1939
18 896 Day, Vince (Secretary to the Governor of Minnesota), 1934
18 897 Deeter, Jasper (includes works), n.d., 1934-1940
18 898 Defense Committee for North Carolina Workers (A.J. Muste), n.d.
18 899 Delairgne, Miss M., 1924
18 900 Dell, Floyd, 1920
18 901 Derleth, August, 1939-1940
18 902 Devine, E.J. (in re: William Faulkner), n.d.
18 903 De Vries, Carrow, 1935-1940
18 904 Dial, The (Scofield Thayer, Gilbert Seldes, Alyse Gregory, Marianne Moore, Gratia Sharpe, includes letter of introduction to T.S. Eliot), 1920-1925
18 905 Dickinsen, Genevieve (Virginia Young Democrats, re: Bob Lane Anderson (son)), 1939
18 906 Dickstein, Dr. Lewis, 1925
18 907 Dieckmann, Anetta, 1940
18 908 Dietz, Frieda (Southern Literary Messenger), 1938-1939
18 909 Dimanov, Sergei, 1932-1935
18 910 Dinsmoor, Helen (also 2 letters to Steve Coombs), 1938-1941
18 911 Dix, Dorothy, 1925
18 912 Dolphin, The, 1940
18 913 Dos Passos, John, 1922-1939
18 914 Dove, Arthur and Reds, n.d., 1931-1939
18 915 Dove, Ruth, n.d., 1933
18 916 Dowdey, Clifford, 1940
18 917 Dreiser, Helen and Theodore, n.d., 1924-1939
18 918 Driscoll, Michael B., 1933-1936
18 919 Ducros, Pierre, n.d.
18 920 Duke, Elsie H., n.d.
18 921 Dunn, Frank W. (The Chicago Daily Journal), 1926
18 922 Dunn, James (Globe Magazine), 1936, 1938
18 923 Eastman, Max, 1933-1937
18 924 Eaton, W., 1934
18 925 Eberle, Iremengarde (in re: All Our Lives), 1932-1933
18 926 Edelman, John (American Federation of Full Fashioned Hosiery Workers), 1931
18 927 Edizioni Corbaccio (re: Italian translations), 1934
18 928 Egbertson, Elizabeth, n.d.
18 929 Eidson High School (Lois Maxwell, Charles Pearson), 1936
18 930 Eliot, T.S., 1925
18 931 Embree, Edwin R. (Julius Rosenwald Fund), 1931-1933
18 932 Emerson, John (to Swatty from Parson), n.d., 1925-1941
19 933 Emmett, Arthur D., 1935
19 934 Emmett, Burton, 1926-1929
19 935 Emmett, Burton and Mary (includes second codicil to Burton's will), 1930-1932
19 936 Emmett, Burton and Mary (includes will), 1933-May 1935
19 937-938 Emmett, Mary, n.d., July 1935-1940
19 939 Engel, W.P., 1920
19 940 Engelman, George H., n.d.
19 941 Esherick, Letty (Mrs. Wharton Esherick), n.d.
19 942 Esherick, Wharton (to Eleanor and Sherwood), ca. 1932-1940
19 943 Esquire (Arnold Gingrich), 1936-1939
19 944 Ethridge, Mark (The Washington Post), 1934
19 945 Euthanasia Society of America Inc., 1939-1940
19 946 Evans, Ernestine, ca. 1925-1936
19 947 Evening Post Syndicate, 1927
19 948 Fagin, Bryllion, 1926-1937
19 949 Fallon, F., 1929, 1932
19 950 Farrar, John, 1920-1936
19 951 Faulkner, William, 1925, 1938
19 952 Faust Verlag, 1933
19 953 Fay, Bernard, 1923, 1938
19 954 Feibleman, James (Jimmy) and Dorothy, 1930-1940
19 955 Feis, Herbert [U.S. Department of Justice], 1926-1941
19 956 Ferber, Mary Ganz, 1925
19 957 Ferguson, Jack (Texas A College), 1934-1935
19 958 Ferry, A.H. (re: Dartmouth College lecture), 1931
19 959 Feuchtwanger, Lion (Exiled Writers Committee), 1940
19 960 Feustel, Robert, 1925
19 961 Fewell, William, 1930
19 962 Figaro, 1930
19 963 Finley, Marietta D. (Mrs. Vernon Hahn, Bab), 1924, 1933
19 964-965 Fishbein, Frieda, 1933-1935
19 966 Fisher, Ruth Anna (one in re: H.G. Wells' opinion of Sherwood), 1922-1925
19 967 Fitzgerald, F. Scott, 1925, 1933
19 968 Flanagan, Hallie (Works Progress Administration), 1936
19 969 Flanagan, Roy C., 1927
20 970 Fleisher, Sidney, 1940-1941
20 971 Fles, Barthold, 1935
20 972 Fletcher, John Gould, 1921, 1924
20 973 Flores, Angel, 1924-1929
20 974 Foley, Martha (Story and the Story Press), 1938
20 975 Ford, Ford Madox, 1939
20 976 Forum, The (Henry Goddard Leach), 1929-1936
20 977 Four Seas Company, The (in re: Preface to Gertrude Stein's Geography and Plays), 1922
20 978 Frank, Jerome, 1933
20 979-980 Frank, Waldo (most undated), n.d., 1917-1938
20 981 Frankenberg, Lloyd, 1935
20 982 Franzheim, Edna Akins, 1929
20 983 Frederick, John T., 1925-1940
20 984 Freedman, Harold, see also: Brandt and Brandt Dramatic Dept., 1935-1936
20 985 Freitag, George, 1938-1941
20 986 Friend, Ida M., 1933
20 987 Friend, Julius and Elise, 1922-1941
20 988 Friends of the Soviet Union (Alfred Morris), 1932
20 989 Froline, Nancy (in re: stolen New York Times), n.d.
20 990-992 Funk, Charles (Andy), 1932-1940
20 993 Galantiere, Lewis, 1919-1939
20 994 Gale, A.L. (of Gale and Pietsch Inc., Advertising), 1927
20 995 Gallimard, Gaston (Editions de la Nouvelle Revue Francaise), 1920
20 996 Garst, Eleanor (to Eleanor), 1936
20 997 Garvey, Flo, n.d., ca. 1939
20 998 Gaston, Herbert E. (U.S. Treasury Dept.), 1935
20 999 Gates, Arnold F., 1938-1939
20 1000-1001 Gay, Marguerite (re: French Translations), 1920-1935
20 1002 Gelber, Leon (in re: Valenti Angelo), 1932
20 1003 German American Writers Association (Thomas Mann and Curt Reiss), 1939
20 1004 Giacomini, Lynwood, 1941
20 1005 Gilliam, Richard W. (reply on reverse), 1939
20 1006 Gilman, Margaret Evans (includes photos), 1925-1927
20 1007 Gilmore, Edward Lanier King, 1928
20 1008 Giovanola, Luigi, 1934
20 1009 Girsdansky, Joseph (includes Sherwood's medical information), n.d., 1934-1941
20 1010 Glaspell, Susan, n.d.
20 1011 Glessner, Robert M., n.d., 1940
20 1012 Gobbel, Luther (Greensboro College), 1939
20 1013 Gobe, Bronson (Jack), 1921-1931
20 1014 Godchaux, Elma, 1932-1939
20 1015 Goit, Whitney, 1936
20 1016 Gold, Michael, 1924
20 1017 Goldfrank, Herbert (Friends of the Soviet Union), 1933
20 1018 Goldstein, Hyman, 1929, 1931
20 1019 Goodman, Edward (The Stagers, Inc.), 1926
20 1020 Goodman, Henry, 1928-1930
20 1021 Gordon, Gerald (Gerry), n.d.
20 1022 Gosling, Glenn [includes gloss of Olivet names], n.d., 1939
20 1023 Gould, David (Avon House Publishers), 1938
20 1024 Gould, Wallace, n.d.
20 1025 Grabhorn, E. (The Grabhorn Press), 1925
20 1026 Graham, Elizabeth (Mrs. George Graham), 1926
20 1027 Graham, Elizabeth Van Horne, 1931, 1939
20 1028 Greear, Caroline [also to/from Burton Emmett from Caroline], 1925-1937
20 1029 Greear, David, n.d., 1928-1932
20 1030 Greear, John F. [includes thank you to Burton Emmett], 1925-1930
20 1031 Greear, Philip, 1939
20 1032 Greear, R.L. [in re: building Anderson cabin in Troutdale], 1926-1930
20 1033 Greear, Sol, 1925
20 1034 Green, Paul and Elizabeth, 1937-1940
20 1035 Green River Tobacco (Pete Moberly), 1920-1922
20 1036 Greever, E.L., 1937
20 1037 Grover, Ada, 1936
20 1038 Gruenberg, Louis [also to Eleanor and Louis Jaffe), 1933
21 1039 H.W. Wilson Co., The, 1939
21 1040 Hagglund, Ben, 1940
21 1041 Haggott, John (Harvard Dramatic Club), ca. 1934
21 1042 Hale, Everett E. (Cinema Magazine Inc. - includes ts of 1933 NY Herald Tribune Article) 1937
21 1043 Hall, Martha, n.d.
21 1044 Hall, Weeks, n.d., 1924-1935
21 1045 Hall, Wilbur B., 1925
21 1046 Haller, Henry S., 1938
21 1047 Hambleton, T. Edward, 1940
21 1048 Hamby, Lawrence T., 1924-1926
21 1049 Hanline, Maurice, n.d., 1926-1934
21 1050 Hansen, Harry, 1922-1929
21 1051 Harcourt Brace and Company Inc. (Alfred Harcourt, Stanley Young, Margaret Cuff, Frank Morley), 1925-1940
21 1052 Harding, T. Swann, 1926, n.d.
21 1053 Hargrave, Ronald, 1922
21 1054 Harquett, Lester (in re: J.L. Herring), n.d.
21 1055 Harris, Evelyn, 1934-1935
21 1056 Harris and Ewing: Photographers of National Notables, 1934
21 1057 Harris, Julia Collier (includes photo and clippings), 1925-1930, n.d.
21 1058 Harris, Julian, 1925
21 1059 Harrison, Gilbert (in re: Gertrude Stein), 1933, 1937
21 1060 Harrison, Joe S. (in re: Margaret Mitchell), 1939
21 1061 Harrod, Dorothe (includes poem), n.d. [ca. 1920's]
21 1062 Hartman, Ralph (includes photo), 1940
21 1063 Harvey, Dorothy Dudley (see also Nin, Anais), 1932-1934
21 1064 Hayes, Howard, 1934-1935
21 1065 Heap, Jane, 1928
21 1066 Hecht, Ben, 1935
21 1067 Hedman, Victor B. (one to Horace Liveright), 1926
21 1068 Hemingway, Ernest (includes photostat of letter to Edwin L. Peterson), 1921-1926
21 1069 Henderson, Alice Corbin, 1922
21 1070 Henley, Homer, 1933-1934
21 1071 Henning, James Robert, n.d.
21 1072 Henri Barbusse Memorial Committee, The, 1936
21 1073 Herald, Leon Srabian, 1927
21 1074 Herverie, B'de la [in re: French translations], 1933
21 1075 Hicks, George, 1926
21 1076 Hicks, Granville (in re: John Reed),
21 1077 Hicks, William and Mrs. William, 1934
21 1078 Higgins, R.A., n.d.
21 1079 Hill, Phyllis, 1938-1940
21 1080 Hixson, Howard Dale (Graphanalyst), 1933
21 1081 Hoffer, Virna, n.d.
21 1082 Holt, Jane, 1934
21 1083 Holt, Rush, 1934
21 1084 Hook, Sidney (Committee for Cultural Freedom), 1939
21 1085 Houghton Mifflin, 1939-1941
21 1086 Howard, Sidney, 1933, 1936
21 1087 Howells, Maud M. (Canton Daily News), 1924
21 1088 Howk, Frances, 1930
21 1089-1092 Huebsch, Ben (B.W. Huebsch, Inc., also from Edward T. Booth), 1922-1925
21 1093 Hunt, Dorothy, ca. 1925-1947
21 1094 Hurd, Thaddeus (includes sketch of photo of Anderson children), 1933
21 1095 Hurley, Leonard B. (University of North Carolina College for Women), 1928, 1936
21 1096 Hutchinson, Eugene, 1926
21 1097 Huxley, Aldous, 1937
21 1098 Ickes, Harold L., 1939
21 1099 International Peace Campaign, 1938
21 1100 International Union of Revolutionary Writers, 1932
21 1101 Internationaler Revolutionarer Theatre Bund, 1934
21 1102 Iversen, Herman Wolsgaard (J.H. Schultz Forlag) (in re: Danish translation), 1936
22 1103 Jackson, Gardner, 1938
22 1104 Jaffe, Louis (The Virginian Pilot, one to Louis Gruenberg), 1931-1933
22 1105 Johns, Richard (Zone), 1939
22 1106 Jolas, Eugene (Gene), 1926-1936
22 1107 Jones, H. Jefferson (John Lane Company, photostat), 1916
22 1108 Jones, Llewellyn, n.d.
22 1109 Judd, Marion, 1940
22 1110 Jungell, Helen J. (Includes poetry), 1925
22 1111 Kahn, Otto [in re: David Greear], 1930
22 1112 Kaputska, Bruce, 1930-1931
22 1113 Karsner, David, 1924-1927
22 1114 Katz, Adeline, n.d. (ca. 1924)
22 1115 Kaun, Alexander, n.d.
22 1116 Kaufman, Amelia (includes short story), 1934
22 1117 Kauser, Alice, 1934
22 1118 Keating, George T., 1924
22 1119 Keifer, Martha (in re: Currier and Ives prints), 1926
22 1120 Kellog, Phoebe (includes poem), 1925
22 1121 Kelsey, Nancy, n.d.
22 1122 Kelso, Ruth (University of Illinois), 1925
22 1123 King, Grace, 1924
22 1124 Kingsley House Social Settlement, 1925
22 1125 Komroff, Manuel, 1940
22 1126 Koppell, Gabrielle, 1941
22 1127 Koppell, Henry G. (Alliance Book Corporation), 1940-1941
22 1128 Koskull, Marie Louise (baroness de) (Hilda), 1929-1936
22 1129 Kozlenko, William (The One Act Play Magazine), n.d., 1937-1940
22 1130 Kraft, H.S., 1932-1933
22 1131 Kratovil, Stephanie, 1939-1940
22 1132 Kreymborg, Alfred, 1921-1939
22 1133 Krutch, Joseph Wood (The Nation), 1925-1934
22 1134 Lamplighter, The, 1935
22 1135 Lane, Gertrude (Women's Home Companion), 1925-1926
22 1136 Lane, Victor, 1932
22 1137 Lanier, Henry (The Golden Book), 1927
22 1138-1140 Lankes, J.J., n.d., 1928-1941
22 1141 Latham, Mrs. Wales (Bundles for Britain), 1940
22 1142 Lavers, Charles William, 1935
22 1143 Lawson, Don, 1940
22 1144 League of American Writers, 1936-1939
22 1145 Leake, Paul (Friends of William Carlos Williams), n.d.
22 1146 Ledesma, Enrique Fernandez (Biblioteca Nacional de Mexico), 1936
22 1147 LeGallienne, Eva (from secretaries), 1934
22 1148 Lehman, Maxwell (column review), 1935
23 1149-1150 Leigh, W. Colston (Leigh Lecture Bureau), 1924-1932
23 1151 Leigh-Emmerich Lecture Bureau, 1928-1929
23 1152 Leippert, James G., 1933
23 1153 Leonard, Ruth, n.d.
23 1154 Lerbs, Karl, 1927-1929
23 1155 Lerner, Daniel, 1938-1940
23 1156 LeSueur, Meridel, 1936
23 1157 Levine, Carl, 1934
23 1158 Lewis, Frank, 1939
23 1159 Lewis, Gordon, n.d.
23 1160 Lewis, Lloyd, 1935
23 1161 Lewis, Mildred, 1932
23 1162 Lewis, Oscar (The Westgate Press), 1929
23 1163 Lewis, Sinclair, n.d., 1921
23 1164 Lieber, Maxim, 1936
23 1165 Life Magazine (Paul Peters), 1940-1941
23 1165a Lilienthal, Theodore M. (Ted), 1925-1940
23 1166 Lillard, George Ann, 1924, 1940
23 1167 Linares, Adelfa, 1941
23 1168 Lindquist, H.L., 1937
23 1169 Lineaweaver, John, 1936-1941
23 1170 Linguaphone Institute, 1940
23 1171 Lion and the Unicorn, The, 1934
23 1172 Litchfield, Dorothy Hale (Bryn Mawr Summer School for Women Workers in Industry), 1926
23 1173 Literaturnaya Gazeta, 1932
23 1174 Little, Brown and Company, 1939
23 1175 Little, Herbert, 1937
23 1176 Liveright, Ada, 1925-1926
23 1177-1178 Liveright, Horace, 1924-1930
23 1179-1180 Liveright, Otto, 1923-1934
23 1181 Llona, Victor (in re: French translations), 1926-1929
23 1182 Lloyd, John, 1934
23 1183 Locke, Alain, 1925
23 1184 Long, Maurice, n.d., 1929-1931
23 1185 Long, Maurice Jr., 1931
23 1186 Loos, Anita (includes letter of introduction to M. Stiles Dickenson, some addressed to Swatty), 1925-1940
23 1187 Lorant, Stephen, 1940
23 1188 Lovett, Robert Morss, 1920-1938
23 1189 Loving, Rene, 1926
23 1190 Lowden, Leone Kenton (Mrs. Samuel), 1925
23 1191 Lowden, Samuel Marion, 1925-1926
23 1192 Lowry, Robert J. (The Little Man), 1938
24 1193 Lucian, Jay, 1941
24 1194 Lukley, N., 1934
24 1195 Lumpkin, Grace, 1938
24 1196 Lund, Ivar, n.d.
24 1197 Lutes, Lillian Cronise (includes poem), 1932
24 1198 Lyons, Edna Snow, 1925
24 1199 Lyons, Eugene (The American Mercury), 1939
24 1200 MacDonald, Dwight (includes poetry, editor of Partisan Review), 1929-1939
24 1201 MacMillan Company, The (H.S. Latham), 1922
24 1202 Madrigal, Maria, 1940
24 1203 Mallison, Sam T., 1935
24 1204 Maltz, Albert, 1933
24 1205 Mann, Klaus (Decision Magazine), 1940
24 1206 Mannados Book Shop, 1938
24 1207 Maphis, Charles G. (Institute of Public Affairs, University of Virginia), 1929
24 1208 Marcus, Lillian Friend (The Double Dealer), 1924
24 1209 Markham, Kyra (in re: Dreiser and plagiarism), 1926
24 1210 Marshall, Laura (Olivet College), 1939
24 1211 Martin, Harriet, 1939
24 1212 Mason, Harold T. (Centaur Book Shop), 1934-1935
24 1213 Masters, Edgar Lee, 1935
24 1214 Matson, Harold (McClure Newspaper Syndicate), 1929
24 1215 Maurer, Alfred, 1924
24 1216 Maverick, Maury (City of San Antonio), n.d., 1936
24 1217 Mayfield, John S., 1924-1927
24 1218 Mayorga, Margaret, 1937-1940
24 1219 Mazzoranna, R. Torres, 1939
24 1220 McCall, J.G. (Mac), 1925-1933
24 1221 McClure, J.E. (The Carlinville Democrat), 1927
24 1222 McClure, John, ca. 1922-1925
24 1223 McCluskey, Howard, 1939
24 1224 McConnell, Bishop Francis J., 1939
24 1225 McConnell, Frederic (The Play House), 1934-1935
24 1226 McCordock, Robert Stanley (Lincoln Memorial College), 1938
24 1227 McGown, Floyd (City of San Antonio), 1940
24 1228 McGraw Hill Book Co., Inc., 1938
24 1229 McKelvie, Sam R. (The Issue), 1935
24 1230 McMillen, Wheeler, (The Country Home), 1934
24 1231 Melekian, B.K., 1939-1940
24 1232 Mencken, H.L. (one letter to Mencken from Phil J. Sullivan), n.d., 1924-1938
24 1233 Mendel, Alfred O. (editor of the Book Prevue), 1938
24 1234 Meredith, Mark (Who's Who in Literature), 1926
24 1235 Meredith, Virgie, ca. 1920
24 1236 Miller, F. Roger (O. Henry Memorial Association), 1925
24 1237 Miller, Harry (Youth Today), 1939
24 1238 Miller, Henry, n.d.
24 1239 Miller, Inga (in re: Maurice [Long?]), 1931
24 1240 Miller, J.W., 1938
24 1241 Miller, John W., 1936-1939
24 1242 Miller, Kenneth H., 1923
24 1243 Mitchell, George S. (Columbia University), 1931
24 1244 Modern Quarterly, The, 1941
24 1245 Moe, Henry Allen (John Simon Guggenheim Memorial Foundation), 1934-1940
24 1246 Moley, Raymond (Today Magazine), 1933-1936
24 1247 Montgomery, John, n.d.
24 1248 Mooney, Tom, 1928, 1937
24 1249 Moore, John, 1931
24 1250 Moran, Joseph, 1924
24 1251 Morgenthau, Henry Jr., 1936
24 1252 Morris, L.L. (Technocracy Inc., includes leaflets), 1940
24 1253 Morris, Lloyd, 1924
24 1254 Morris, Mary (Country Theatre), n.d., 1934
24 1255 Morrison, Helen Balfour, n.d.
24 1256 Morrow, Marco, 1924-1941
24 1257 Moscow Daily News (includes reply on reverse), 1932
24 1258 Mountseer, Robert (The Sun, New York), 1926
24 1259 Moutoux, John T. (The Knoxville News Sentinel), 1935
24 1260 Mulfinger, Wilhelmina (includes poetry), 1929-1931
24 1261 Muni, Paul, 1933
24 1262 Munson, John P. (Columbia University), 1932, 1936
24 1263 Myrick, Susan (Sue) (Macon Telegraph), 1935, 1936
25 1264 Nason, Arthur (Author's Club), 1924
25 1265 Nathan, George Jean (also signed by Boyd and Dreiser, The American Spectator), 1932-1934
25 1266 Nation, The (Ernest Gruening, Margaret Marshall, and M.R. Bendiner), 1922-1938, n.d.
25 1267 National Broadcasting Company (Stockton Helfrich and L.H. Titterton), 1940-1941
25 1268 National Committee for the Defense of Political Prisoners, 1931-1936
25 1269 National Council on Freedom from Censorship, 1938
25 1270 National Emergency Conference for Democratic Rights, ca. 1940
25 1271 National Miners Union, 1933
25 1272 Nearing, Nellie Seeds (Rand School of Social Science), 1925
25 1273 Needham, Edith C., 1931
25 1274 Neel, Mrs. Pauline (reply on back), 1936
25 1275 Neff, Marten, 1938
25 1276 Neill, William R., 1925
25 1277 New Masses, (includes letter of organization, 1925) (Robert Evans, F.W. Dupee, Joseph Freeman, Bruce Minton), 1925-1937
25 1278 New York Herald Tribune, 1926
25 1279 New Yorker, The (K.S. White, Wolcott Gibbs, I.K. Sherman, G.A. Tobson), 1933-1940
25 1280 Newberry, John S. Jr., 1926
25 1281 Newman, Francis, n.d., 1926-1934
25 1282 Nin, Anais (includes letter of introduction from Dorothy Dudley Harvey), ca. 1934
25 1283 Noel, Eda and John, n.d.
25 1284 Nolte, J.M., 1935
25 1285 Non-Partisan Committee for the Defense of Fred E. Beal, 1938
25 1286 Norman, Dorothy, 1934-1938
25 1287 North, Sterling (Chicago Daily News), 1940
25 1288 Northern Normal Industrial School (Mary Meek), n.d.
25 1289 Norton, Margaret I. (in re: German translations), 1940
25 1290 Nussbaum, Anna, 1926
25 1291 O'Brien, Edward, 1920-1930
25 1292 O'Brien, Frederick, 1924-1930
25 1293 O'Brien, Jean (includes poetry), 1926
25 1294 Ochremenko, Peter (includes Russian advertisement for Sherwood Anderson), 1922-1934
25 1295 Ochs, Adolph S. (The New York Times), 1931
25 1296 Odets, Clifford (Longacre Theatre), 1935
25 1297 O'Donnell, Pat, 1935-1936, n.d.
25 1298 Odum, Howard W., 1936
25 1299 Ogilvie, Willie C. (Mrs. James C.), n.d.
25 1300 Ohioana Library, 1940
25 1301 O'Keeffe, Georgia, 1923-1924, n.d.
25 1302 Oklahoma Education Society, 1940
25 1303 Olgin, Moissaye J. (Pravda newspaper, USSR), 1932
25 1304 Oliphant, Homer Newton, 1940
25 1305 O'Neil, Raymond, 1920-1925
25 1306 O'Neill, Eugene (Gene), 1935-1936
25 1307 Otey, Elizabeth L., 1931
25 1308 Oursler, Fulton (Liberty), 1935
25 1309 Outlook, The, 1927-1929
25 1310 Owen, H.G. (Bread Loaf School of English, Middlebury College), 1936
25 1311 Owensboro Ditcher and Grader Company (W.A. Steele and M.K. Propheter, includes advertising specimens), 1919-1938
25 1312 Oxford University Press (Margaret Nicholson and Hamilton Smith), 1934, 1938
26 1313 P. E. N. Club, The, 1937, 1940
25 1314 Palencia, Isabel de, n.d., 1941
25 1315 Parke, John, n.d. [ca. 1932]
25 1316 Parkinson, Charles (Parky, Olivet College), 1939
25 1317 Parrish, Sally Cary, 1933
25 1318 Partisan Review (Alan Calmer), 1935
25 1319 Partridge, Roi (Mills College), 1925
25 1320 Pass, Joseph (Joe) (Fight Magazine), 1932-1937
25 1321 Patton, Mabel B., 1938
25 1322 Paul, G. Hurst, 1928
25 1323 Paul, Sidney (WFBR Radio), 1940
25 1324 Payne, Kenneth (The North American Review), 1929-1930
25 1325 Pearson, Norman H., 1937
25 1326 Peer, Bill, 1926
25 1327 Pekor, Charles F. Jr., 1930
26 1328 Percy, William Alexander, 1924
26 1329 Pereyra, Diomedes de (letters of introduction to Carlos Nascimento and Antonio Aita), 1941
26 1330-1331 Perkins, Maxwell (Charles Scribner's Sons), 1933-1940
26 1332 Peters, Rollo, n.d.
26 1333 Petersen, Arnold (Weekly People), 1924
26 1334 Pfister, Dorothea (The Advertising Council), 1932
26 1335 Philips, Rufus (The Four Arts Magazine), 1934
26 1336 Phillips, Miriam (Mims - Hedgerow Theatre - most undated), 1934-1940
26 1337 Phoenix Book Shop, 1926-1929
26 1338 Piercey, Josephine, 1928-1929
26 1339 Pinchot, Ann and Ben, 1933
26 1340 Pinckney, Josephine, 1926
26 1341 Pindyck, Francis, 1934-1935
26 1342 Pippett, Roger (PM Magazine), 1940
26 1343 Player, William O. Jr. (New York Post), 1940
26 1344 Poet Laureate League of America, 1932
26 1345 Politis, M.J. (The National Herald - includes translation from Greek of Sherwood Anderson and the Greek Struggle), 1940
26 1346 Porter, Katherine Anne, n.d., 1939-1941
26 1347 Posselt, Erich, 1926-1937
26 1348 Potamkin, Harry Alan (The Guardian), 1924-1925
26 1349 Potter, Russell (Columbia University), 1932, 1935
26 1350 Prentiss, Mark O. (James Fenimore Cooper School Memorial Committee - includes photo of plaque), 1936
26 1351 Pretshold, Karl (East St. Louis Journal), 1935
26 1352 Price, Harry, 1927
26 1353 Prisoners Relief Fund (Robert Dunn), 1932
26 1354 Public Use of Arts Committee (Doris Kravis), 1938
26 1355 Puertolas, Agustin S. (includes poem), 1937-1938
26 1356 Quigley, Jack, 1925
26 1357 Quinn, Kerker (Direction), n.d.
26 1358 Ramsey, Dorothy, n.d.
26 1359 Ramsey, Robert (Olivet College, includes pamphlet and conference info), n.d., 1938-1940
26 1360 Rankin, Sue P. (Mrs. B. Kirk), 1925-1931
26 1361 Ransom, John Crowe, 1933
26 1362 Rascoe, Burton, 1934-1938
26 1363 Readers Digest (Dewitt Wallace, Robert Littell), 1938-1941
26 1364 Redding, W.M. (The Kansas City Star), n.d.
26 1365 Remenyi, Joseph, 1934-1935
26 1366 Rendueles, Roberto, 1940-1941
26 1367 Renoir, Jean, 1941
26 1368 Reynel and Hitchcock Inc. (Curtice Hitchcock), 1934
26 1369 Reynolds, F.W. (University of Utah), 1931
26 1370 Reynolds, Mary, n.d.
26 1371 Rice, Elmer, 1933-1940
26 1372 Rice, Thomas Geale (The Galveston News), 1924
26 1373 Richards, E. [Enley?], 1932-1934, n.d.
26 1374 Richards, Edward C.M. (includes work), 1934
26 1375 Riese, Katharine, 1936-1938
26 1376 Rimington, R. Critchell, 1938-1936
26 1377 Ringel, Fred, 1930-1932
26 1378 Risley, Edward (Ned), 1937-1939
26 1379 Robbins, Fred A., 1929
26 1380 Robert McBride Company [Allen Churchill], 1940
26 1381 Roberts, Lester, 1937-1939
26 1382 Robinson, Ted (Cleveland Plain Dealer), 1937
26 1383 Rodman, Selden, 1934-1935
26 1384 Roe, Rosannah Elizabeth, 1926
26 1385 Rogers, Ella Pease, 1925
26 1386 Romanov, Jack, 1932
26 1387 Rokotov, T. (International Literature, Moscow), 1938-1939
26 1388 Romke, Constance Mayfield, 1921
26 1389 Rood, John P., 1930-1939, n.d.
26 1390 Roosevelt, President and Mrs. - secretaries, 1935, 1938
26 1391 Rorty, James (New Masses, The Nation), 1926-1939
27 1392-1393 Rosenfeld, Paul (one addressed to Arthur Dove), n.d., 1920-1939
27 1394 Rosenstein, Norman, n.d., 1934
27 1395 Rosenthal, David (The New Student), 1925
27 1396 Ross, Cary, 1936-1937
27 1397 Rosskam, Edwin and Louise (Alliance Book Corporation), n.d., 1939-1940
27 1398 Rotarian, The (Leland Case, editor), 1941
27 1399 Rotherwell, Fred (also to Eleanor), 1935-1936
27 1400 Rueb, Emil (includes photostat of reply from Bernard Shaw), 1940
27 1401 Ruhle-Gerstel, Alice, 1938
27 1402 Rummell, Vie Grimes, 1932
27 1403 Russell, Philip (University of North Carolina), 1935, 1939
27 1404 Russell, Walter (Mark Twain Centennial, includes image of sculpture), 1935
27 1405 Russman, Helen, n.d., 1924-1927
27 1406 Salesman, Harold J., 1927, 1930
27 1407 San Francisco Chronicle (Joseph Jackson), 1939
27 1408 Sandburg, Carl, 1924-1925
27 1409 Sanfratello, Michael (includes poem), 1935
27 1410 Sargent, Porter, 1937
27 1411 Saroyan, William, n.d.
27 1412 Saturday Review, The (Amy Loveman, Roy Larsen), 1925
27 1413 Saxon, Lyle, n.d., 1925-1927
27 1414 Scherer, Paul, 1932
27 1415-1418 Schevill, Clara and Ferdinand, 1923-1941
27 1419 Schimpff, Elisabeth H. von (in re: German translations), 1930
27 1420 Schneider, J. Philip (copy), n.d.
27 1421 Schoen, Marianne von (in re: German translations), 1930
27 1422 Schoenemann, F., 1929
27 1423 Schofield, Paul, 1930
27 1424 Schull, Virginia (Virgie), 1939
27 1425 Schulman, Rose (Hedgerow Theatre), 1935, 1939
27 1426 Scott, Creighton, 1937
27 1427 Scott, Evelyn, 1921, 1937, n.d.
27 1428 Scott, K.A., 1926
27 1429 Scott, Natalie V., 1921
27 1430 Scribner's Magazine, 1926-1938
27 1431 Seaver, Edwin, 1932-1939
27 1432-1434 Sergel, Roger, n.d., 1923-1933
27 1435 Sergel, Roger (and Ruth), 1934-1940
27 1436 Sergel, Ruth, 1932
28 1437 Sexton, Ethelyn, 1939-1940
28 1438 Shaw, William, 1940
28 1439 Shelton, M.B., 1933
28 1440 Sherman, Stuart Pratt (includes clipping), 1925
28 1441 Sherry, Laura (The Wisconsin Players), 1920
28 1442 Sherwood, Robert, 1938, 1940
28 1443 Shilcox, P. (S.S. Koppe and Co. Inc.), 1940
28 1444 Shipman, Evan, ca. 1935, 1936
28 1445 Signatures (John Brinnin, John H. Thompson), 1937, 1939
28 1446 Signet Press, The, 1939
28 1447 Simon and Schuster, 1934
28 1448 Simpson, Harwood, 1925
28 1449 Skinner, Ada M. (English Speaking Union), 1925
28 1450 Slater, Bert C., 1926
28 1451 Slemp, C.B., 1937, 1938
28 1452 Small, Maynard and Co., 1924
28 1453 Smeding, F.V., 1929
28 1454 Smith, Arthur H. (in re: Winesburg, OH), 1936, 1940
28 1455 Smith, Charles J. (Roanoke College), 1939
28 1456 Smith, Charles W., 1935
28 1457 Smith, H.J. (Chicago Daily News), n.d.
28 1458 Smith, J. Rixey (in re: Senator Carter Glass), 1938
28 1459 Smith, Meriweather (Richmond Times Dispatch), 1937
28 1460 Smith, Richard R. (Frederick A. Stokes Co.), 1933-1939
28 1461 Smith, S.L. (Julius Rosenwald Fund, Southern Office), 1931
28 1462 Smith, Tom R. (includes condolence), n.d., 1936-1938
28 1463 Smith, William H. Jr. (Rains Galleries/Auction House), 1933-1936
28 1464 Smith, Y.K. and Julie, n.d., [ca. 1937]-1941
28 1465 Snell, LeRoy (Olivet College), 1940
28 1466 Solve, Melvin and Norma, 1937
28 1467 Soskin, William, 1936
28 1468 Sours, Phoebe, 1939
28 1469 Southwest Review (Jay Hubbell), 1924
28 1470 Spanish Aid Committees (includes letters from Franz Boas, Dorothy Parker, Helen Keller and others), 1937-1940
28 1471 Spaulding, E. Maud (Mrs. C.B., Friends of American Writers), 1935
28 1472 Spratling, William B. (Bill), 1926
28 1473 Springer, Frederick M., 1937, n.d.
28 1474 Squire, J.C. (The London Mercury), 1922
28 1475 Stammer, P. (P. Stammer Bookseller), 1940-1941
28 1476 Starrett, Walter (The Emma Goldman Canadian Lecture Fund), 1937
28 1477-1478 Stein, Gertrude (most undated), ca. 1921-1930's
28 1479 Stein, Hannah (includes clipping, The Public Ledger), 1932
28 1480 Steinberg, Noah, 1939
28 1481 Steloff, Frances (Gotham Book Mart), 1939
28 1482 Stephenson, Nathaniel, 1925
28 1483 Stern, Bernard J. (John Reed Club), 1932
28 1484 Stern, Juliet Lit (The Walt Whitman Anniversary Committee), 1926
28 1485 Stern, L. (re: Zeus cigarette holder), 1940
28 1486 Stettheimer, Ettie, 1925-1939
28 1487 Stevens, Cary C., 1927, 1940
28 1488 Stevens, George (J.B. Lippincott Co.), 1940
28 1489 Stevens, Nina, 1925, n.d.
28 1490 Stevens, Robley Durham, 1936-1940
28 1491 Stevenson, Minnie (Kentucky Trotting Horse Breeders Association), 1939
28 1492 Stevns, Arne (in re: Danish translation of Kit Brandon), 1937
28 1493 Stewart, William (Bill) and Bern (Today), 1935-1938
29 1494-1498 Stieglitz, Alfred (one from Marsden Hartley to Stieglitz), n.d., 1923-1925
29 1499 Stieglitz, Alfred (one letter written on reverse of Intimate Gallery announcement, 1928), 1926-1928
29 1500 Stieglitz, Alfred (one letter written on reverse of An American Place Gallery Announcement, 1933), 1930-1938
29 1501 Stieglitz, Leopold, 1936
29 1502 Stockham, George (Hotel Schuyler), 1925
29 1503 Stokely, James, 1938-1939
29 1504 Stokes, Tom, 1940
29 1505 Strackbein, Lena, 1940
29 1506 Strand, Paul, 1920
29 1507 Straub, Carlyle (includes copy of Edgar Allen Poe Manuscript), 1938
29 1508 Stryker, Howard, 1938-1939
29 1509 Stryker, Roy (U.S. Department of Agriculture), 1940-1941
29 1510 Studin, Charles H. (in re: party with Max Eastman, and Eliena Krylenko), 1934
29 1511 Suchtelin, Nico Van (Wereldbiblioteck), 1937
29 1512 Sullivan, John (most undated), ca. 1932-1940
29 1513 Swan, Lucille [Blum] (also from Jerry Blum), 1920-1925
29 1514 Sweeney, James Johnson (Transition), 1939
29 1515 Swinnerton, Frank, 1940
29 1516 Szold-Fritz, Bernardine (includes notes re: Hemingway's Torrents of Spring), n.d.
29 1517 Taggard, Genevieve, 1920, 1924
29 1518 Tagagaki, Matsuo, 1926-1927
29 1519 Takahashi, Shinkichi, 1925
29 1520 Taskey, H. Leroy (Contemporary Arts Gallery), 1935
29 1521 Tass Agency (Soviet Press), 1936-1937
29 1522 Tate, Florence Lee, 1941
29 1523 Taub, Allan (see also National Committee for the Defense of Political Prisoners), 1933
29 1524 Taulane, Joe, 1938
29 1525 Taupin, Rene (La France en Liberte), n.d.
29 1526 Ten Eyck, Ida (O'Keefe) (includes work, Into the World), 1932
29 1527 Terman, Lewis M. (in re: Bern reuter Personality Inventory), 1934
29 1528 Terrington, Rene, 1936
29 1529 Tewson, W. Orton (New York Evening Post Literary Review), 1925-1926
29 1530 Theatre Guild, The, 1934-1936
29 1531 Theatre Union, The (Margaret Larkin, Charles Walker), 1934
29 1532 This Week Magazine (Missy Meloney, Edward O'Connell), 1940-1941
29 1533 Thomas, Louis (Committee of Diffusion of French Art), 1925
29 1534 Thompson, Tom (one addressed to Mrs. Ford), 1937
29 1535 Thomson, Charles A. (includes letters of introduction to Henry Norweb, Claude Bowers, and Luis Alberto Sanchez), 1941
29 1536 Thornton, Elizabeth (with reply from Sherwood), 1930
29 1537 Tilton, McLane, 1935
29 1538 Tippett, Tom, 1931-1934
29 1539 Today (Haydie Yates, Fillmore Hyde), 1935
29 1540 Todd, Helen ( in re: A Man Named Grant), 1940
29 1541 Toller, Ernst, 1936
29 1542 Toomer, Jean, 1922 - 1924
29 1543 Treves, Rebecca, 1936-1938
29 1544 Troxell, John, 1929-1937
29 1545 Troyanovsky, Ambassador, 1934
29 1546 Truxell, Betty (Truxell Photography), 1939
29 1547 Tuchman, E. (includes drawing), 1923-1926
29 1548 Tucker, Gertrude, 1931
29 1549 Tucker, Sam (includes clipping), 1935-1937
29 1550 Tugwell, Rex, 1935-1936
29 1551 Tully, Jim, 1922-1926
29 1552 Tunnell, Barbara, 1925
29 1553 Turner, John M. (Lynchburg College), 1936
30 1554 U.S.S.R. Society for Cultural Relations with Foreign Countries, 1932-1937
30 1555 United States Treasury Department, 1935
30 1556 University of Georgia (in re: Georgia Press Institute Lectures), 1931
30 1557 Urquhart, Lucy D., 1929
30 1558 Uzzell, Thomas H., 1925-1933
30 1559 Van Amayden Van Duym, A. (in re: Anatole France), 1924, 1925
30 1560 Van As, Jan, 1938
30 1561 Van Doren, Carl, 1924, 1934, 1939
30 1562 Van Eck, Waldie, 1931-1937
30 1563 Van Vechten, Carl, 1933
30 1564 Vanamee, Grace, 1938
30 1565 Vance, John F. (TOWN weekly magazine), 1938
30 1566 Vance, Marguerite, 1929, 1931
30 1567 Vanguard Press, The, 1930
30 1568 Vanity Fair (Donald Freeman, Frank Crowinshield, Jeanne Ballot, George Dangerfield), 1921-1934
30 1569 Varick, Jane N., 1940
30 1570 Vazquez, Juan Adolfo, 1939-1941
30 1571 Vejtasa, Frances (includes poetry), 1927-1929
30 1572 Viereck, George Sylvester (The American Monthly), 1925
30 1573 Viertal, Peter, 1940
30 1574 Viking Press (Ben Huebsch, Marshall Best, Harold Guinzberg, Robert Hatch Jr., George S. Oppenheimer), 1925-1941
30 1575 Villa, Jose Garcia (includes photo), 1930
30 1576 Virginia Quarterly Review (James Southall Wilson, Lambert Davis, Stringfellow (Winkie) Barr, Lawrence Lee), 1924-1939
30 1577 Volkening, Henry T., 1939-1940
30 1578 Vorse, Mary H. (most undated), ca. 1930's-1940
30 1579 W. W. Norton and Co. Inc., 1936
30 1580 Wade, John, 1925
30 1581 Walker, Adelaide and Charlie, 1931-1937
30 1582 Walker, Helene (Pictoral Review), 1921
30 1583 Wallace, Henry A., 1933-1940
30 1584 Walsh, Chad, 1936-1939
30 1585 Walsh, Paddy and Mim, 1936-1939
30 1586 Ward, George Barrett (includes poetry), 1921
30 1587 Warren, Robert Penn (The Southern Review), 1935
30 1588 Watkins, Ann (Ann Watkins, Inc.), 1930-1931
30 1589 Watson, Margaret, (in re: Fred O'Brien), 1932
30 1590 Watson, William, n.d.
30 1591 Webb, John Edgar, 1936-1940
30 1592 Weeks, Edward (Atlantic Monthly), 1940
30 1593 Weeks, Howard, n.d.
30 1594 Weinpez, Z., 1937
30 1595 Weissberger, Augusta (secretary to Orson Welles, in re: lunch with Welles), 1938
30 1596 Wells, James R. (The Slide Mountain Press), n.d.
30 1597 Welty, Ruth, 1924
30 1598 Wescott, Glenway, n.d.
30 1599 Whitcomb, Robert (Writers Union and Unemployed Writers Ass'n - includes "The Writer's Fight, The History of the Writers Union), 1934
30 1600 White, Trillena, ca. 1925-1941
30 1601 White, Walter (National Association for the Advancement of Colored People), 1935-1938
30 1602 Whiting, Frederick Allen (The American Federation of Arts), 1931
30 1603 Whitmer, F.H. (The Detroit English Club), 1940
30 1604 Whitney Museum (Juliana R. Force), 1939
30 1605 Wieninger, Klara, 1937
30 1606 Wilde, Percival, 1935
30 1607 Williams, Blanche Colton (O. Henry Memorial Committee), 1926
30 1608 Williams, Greer, 1940
30 1609 Williams, Howard (The Farmer Labor Political Federation), 1935
30 1610 Williams, Oscar, 1939
30 1611 Williams, Paul, 1933
30 1612 Williams, T. Norman (Tubby), 1925
30 1613 Williams, Walter, 1933
30 1614 Willis, Mary Lloyd (includes images from Veteran's March and poem by James Ball Naylor), 1932
30 1615 Wilson, Edmund, 1926-1937
30 1616 Wilson, Gilbert, 1933-1940
30 1617 Wilson, James Southall (photostat - see also Virginia Quarterly Review), 1931
30 1618 Winterburn, Florence Hill, 1917-1938
30 1619 Wisehart, M. Karl, 1921
30 1620 Witt, Peter (Story and the Story Press), 1940
31 1621 Wohl, Harry D. (Chicago Newspaper Guild - Hearst Strike Committee), 1939
31 1622 Wold, Henry (in re: genealogy), 1930
31 1623 Wolf, Eddie, 1937
31 1624 Wolf, Leo, 1925
31 1625 Wolfe, Thomas (Tom), 1935-1937
31 1626 Wolfsohn, Mrs. H.A., 1937
31 1627 Women's City Club of Boston, 1925
31 1628 Wood, Percy, 1936, ca. 1938
31 1629 Wood, Roland (The Harbor Press - one to Mary Emmett), 1928, 1931
31 1630 Woods, Clinton, 1940
31 1631 Woods, Thomas Francis, 1933
31 1632 World, The, 1927
31 1633 World Committee Against War and Fascism (includes correspondence with the Department of State), 1932-1939
31 1634 Wordbridge, Homer E., 1935
31 1635 Wright, Donald (Don), n.d., 1934-1937
31 1636 Wright, J. Ernest, 1924-1933
31 1637 Wright, Montgomery (Kansas City Star - contains clipping), 1926
31 1638 Wright, W. F. (Bill - in re: land dispute with Barbara Miller), 1925-1926
31 1639 Yakhontoff, Victor A. (The American Pushkin Committee), 1937
31 1640 Yale University Press, 1938
31 1641 Yamasaki, Isshin (Japanese Poetry Club), 1930
31 1642 Yoshida, Kinetaro, 1924-1928
31 1643 Young, Art, 1940-1941
31 1644 Young, Kimball (University of Wisconsin, Madison), 1926
31 1645 Young, Stark (one to Elizabeth Anderson), n.d., 1925-1934
31 1646 Yust, Walter (The new York Evening Post Literary Review and Encyclopedia Britannica), 1924-1937
31 1647 Zigrosser, Carl (in re: Maurer Broadside), 1924
31 1648 Zipser, Martha (in re: German translation), 1930
31 1649 Zugsmith, Leane, 1936
31 1650 Unidentified, n.d.
31 1651 Aspiring Authors, n.d., 1922-1941
31 1652 Aspiring Publishers/Editors/Reporters, n.d., 1928-1940
31 1653-1656 Fan Mail, n.d., 1920-1940
32 1657 Hate Mail, n.d., 1921-1933
32 1658 Invitations to Speak/Appear, n.d., 1922-1940
32 1659 Invitations to Write, n.d., 1920-1940
32 1660 Requests for Autographs/Inscriptions/Photos, n.d., 1924-1941
32 1661 Requests for Information (Biographical/Opinion), n.d., 1922-1940
32 1662 Requests for Interview or Meeting, n.d., 1924-1937
32 1663 Requests for Permission to Publish, 1920-1940
32 1664 Requests from Publishers for comment on a book, 1926-1940
32 1665 Requests - other, 1922-1941
32 1666 Requests - unusual n.d., 1923-1940
32 1667 Solicitations, n.d., 1932-1937
32 1668 Subscriptions, n.d., 1928-1933
32 1669 Thank You Notes, n.d., 1924-1940

Series 3: Eleanor Anderson Correspondence, 1941-1981

Correspondence of Sherwood Anderson's fourth wife Eleanor Copenhaver Anderson (1896-1985), mainly regarding Sherwood Anderson's estate and the posthumous publication of his memoirs and letters. Many letters and telegrams dating from 1941 are condolences or get well wishes sent to Colon, Panama Canal Zone shortly before and after Sherwood's death. The series also includes requests for information from Sherwood Anderson scholars. At the end of the run of correspondence are letters arranged by subject such as fan mail, requests, condolences, and permissions.
The series includes significant correspondence from Wharton Esherick, Charles Funk, Maxwell Geismar, Anita Loos, Ferdinand Schevill, and institutions such as The Library of Congress, Princeton University Libraries, The Newberry Library, The University of Chicago, and The University of Pennsylvania.
Arranged first by Outgoing and then Incoming correspondence, and alphabetically therein.

Box Folder Contents
33 1670 Outgoing - American Historical Company, Inc., 1941
33 1671 Outgoing - Antony, Marc and Lucille, 1942
33 1672 Outgoing - Bauer, William F., 1942
33 1673 Outgoing - Boyd, James (Jim), 1943
33 1674 Outgoing - Boyd, Julian (Princeton University Library), 1944-1945
33 1675 Outgoing - Brooks, Van Wyck, 1943
33 1676 Outgoing - Brown, Ned and Associates, 1944
33 1677 Outgoing - Burnett, Whit (Story Magazine), 1946
33 1678 Outgoing - Burton, Naomi, 1942
33 1679 Outgoing - Canby, Henry Seidel (Saturday Review of Literature), 1941
33 1680 Outgoing - Centeno, Augusto, 1942
33 1681 Outgoing - Chambrun, Jacques, 1941-1943
33 1682 Outgoing - Clark, Margaret, 1941
33 1683 Outgoing - Clyde Public Library (Ohio), 1941-1943
33 1684 Outgoing - Colon Hospital, 1941
33 1685 Outgoing - Commins, Saxe (Random House), 1941
33 1686 Outgoing - Connick, Charles, 1941
33 1687 Outgoing - Coombs, Steve, 1941-1975
33 1688 Outgoing - Cortina, Mr. And Mrs. Joseph, 1941
33 1689 Outgoing - Cullen, John Paul, 1941
33 1689a Outgoing - Daugherty, George, 1941
33 1689b Outgoing - David, Charles W. (University of Pennsylvania Library), 1943-1944
33 1689c Outgoing - Davis, Lambert, 1941
33 1689d Outgoing - Davison, Natalie, 1941
33 1689e Outgoing - De Vries, Carrow, 1941
33 1689f Outgoing - Derleth, August, 1943
33 1689g Outgoing - Dove, Arthur and Reds, 1941
33 1689h Outgoing - Dreiser, Theodore, 1941, 1944
33 1689i Outgoing - Eastman, Max, 1943, 1947
33 1689j Outgoing - Ellsworth, Kenneth, 1941
33 1689k Outgoing - Emmett, Mary, 1941-1944
33 1689l Outgoing - Esherick, Wharton, 1941-1944
33 1689m Outgoing - Faulkner, William, 1941
33 1689n Outgoing - Faust, Robert K., 1941
33 1689o Outgoing - Feibleman, Jim, 1941
33 1689p Outgoing - Fleisher, Sidney, 1941
33 1689q Outgoing - Flynn, Zita Anne, 1943
33 1689r Outgoing - Frauenglass, Constance (Bookseller), 1941
33 1689s Outgoing - Frederick, John T. (Northwestern University, from unknown), 1944
33 1689t Outgoing - Friend, Julius, 1941
33 1690 Outgoing - Funk, Charles H., 1941-1943
33 1691 Outgoing - Galantiere, Lewis and Nancy, 1941-1942
33 1692 Outgoing - Geismar, Maxwell, 1942-1944
33 1693 Outgoing - Grace Lines, 1941
33 1694 Outgoing - Groves, Mrs. Lawrence, 1941
33 1695 Outgoing - Gurney, Frances, 1941
33 1696 Outgoing - Hammett, Dashiel, 1942
33 1697 Outgoing - Harcourt, Brace and Co., 1941-1943
33 1698 Outgoing - Hartley, Marsden, 1943
33 1699 Outgoing - Harvey, Dorothy Dudley, 1945
33 1700 Outgoing - Head, Depew (Ohio State Library Committee), 1941
33 1701 Outgoing - Hewitt, Harry, 1944
33 1702 Outgoing - Hochdoerfer, Mrs. Richard, 1941
33 1703 Outgoing - Horvat, Anton (Jeweller), 1941
33 1704 Outgoing -Hutchins, Robert (University of Chicago), 1943
33 1705 Outgoing - Huxley, Aldous, 1943
33 1706 Outgoing - Johnson, Burges, 1941
33 1707 Outgoing - Kauffman, Eva, 1941
33 1708 Outgoing - Koppell, Henry Gunther and Gabrielle (Alliance Book Corporation), 1941
33 1709 Outgoing - Lankes, J.J., 1941
33 1710 Outgoing - Lewis, John F., 1944, 1947
33 1711 Outgoing - Lewis, Ruth, 1941
33 1712 Outgoing - Library of Congress, 1941, 1945
33 1713 Outgoing - Lilienthal, Ted, 1943
33 1714 Outgoing - Little, Herbert (National Youth Administration), 1941
33 1715 Outgoing - Loos, Anita, 1941-1943
33 1716 Outgoing - Lovett, Robert (U.S. Department of the Interior), 1943
33 1717 Outgoing - Lund, Ivar, 1946
33 1718 Outgoing - MacGowen, Elsie, 1944
33 1719 Outgoing - Martin, Statford (Winston-Salem Journal), 1941
33 1720 Outgoing - Mellquist, Jerome, 1947
33 1721 Outgoing - Mencken, H.L., 1942
33 1722 Outgoing - Modern Library, The, 1941
33 1723 Outgoing - Moe, Henry A. (Guggenheim Foundation), 1944
33 1724 Outgoing - Moley, Raymond (Today), 1941
33 1725 Outgoing - Montauk Photo Concern, 1941
33 1726 Outgoing - Morrow, Marco, 1941-1942
33 1727 Outgoing - Norman, Dorothy, 1946-1947
33 1728 Outgoing - Norton, Margaret (re: translations), 1942
33 1729 Outgoing - Penaherrera, Caesar, 1941
33 1730 Outgoing - Peoples, Dora L., 1942
33 1731 Outgoing - Perkins, Maxwell (Charles Scribner's Sons), 1941
33 1732 Outgoing - Prince, Flora, 1941
33 1733 Outgoing - Ramsey, Robert (Olivet College), 1942
33 1734 Outgoing - Reader's Digest, 1941
33 1735 Outgoing - Rendueles, Roberto and Muriel, 1941
33 1736 Outgoing - Rosenfeld, Paul, 1942-1946
33 1737 Outgoing - Rosenthal, Herbert, 1941
33 1738 Outgoing - Rosskam, Edwin (Alliance Book Corporation), 1941
33 1739 Outgoing - Rundquist, Dorothy, 1941
33 1740 Outgoing - Schevill, Ferdinand, 1941-1943
33 1741 Outgoing - Scribners Book Store 1941
33 1742 Outgoing - Sergel, Roger (Dramatic Publishing Company), 1942-1945
33 1743 Outgoing - Sergel, Roger, Schevill, Ferdinand, and Anderson, Karl (re. Memoirs and Manuscripts), 1941, 1943
33 1744 Outgoing - Shelburne Studios, 1941
33 1745 Outgoing - Sillcox, Luise (Authors League), 1941-1945
33 1746 Outgoing - Smith, Mrs. R.G., 1941
33 1747 Outgoing - Stewart, William (Bill), 1941
33 1748 Outgoing - Sullivan, John, 1941
33 1749 Outgoing - Sutton, William (Ohio State University), 1941-1942
33 1750 Outgoing - Thornton, William Robert, 1943
33 1751 Outgoing - Viking Press, 1941, 1948
33 1752 Outgoing - Wallace, Henry, 1941
33 1753 Outgoing - White, Trillena, 1941
33 1754 Outgoing - Wright, Dan, 1942
33 1755 Outgoing - Yale University Library ( in re: Anderson's papers), 1941
33 1756 Outgoing - Unidentified, n.d., 1941-1947
34 1757 Incoming - Adams, Mildred, 1941
34 1758 Incoming - Allen, Paul (Descendants of the American Revolution), 1941
34 1759 Incoming - American Historical Company, Inc., 1941
34 1760 Incoming - Anderson, Florence V., 1941
34 1761 Incoming - Anderson, Sherwood (no relation), 1942
34 1762 Incoming - Angelo, Valenti, 1953
34 1763 Incoming - Armfield, Alice, 1941-1943
34 1764 Incoming - Author's League of America, 1941-1947
34 1765 Incoming - Babb, James T. (Yale University Library), 1941
34 1766 Incoming - Baldwin, Roger, 1941
34 1767 Incoming - Bartlett, Margaret Thornton (Monte) [includes works, and letters to and from Edward Weeks, Stanley Pargellis, Archibald MacLeish, Clare Booth Luce, and Siegfried Sassoon], 1942-1949
34 1768 Incoming - Bishop, John Peale and Margaret, 1941-1944
34 1769 Incoming - Bland, Winifred, 1941
34 1770 Incoming - Boyd, James (Jim) and Katherine (Kate), 1941-1944
34 1771 Incoming - Boyd, Julian P. (Princeton University Library), 1942-1945
34 1772 Incoming - Brand, Millen, 1941
34 1773 Incoming - Brewer, Joseph, 1941
34 1774 Incoming - Brookhouser, Frank, 1945
34 1775 Incoming - Brooks, Van Wyck, 1943
34 1776 Incoming - Brown, Ned, 1941
34 1777 Incoming - Buntin, Priscilla, 1941
34 1778 Incoming - Burnett, Whit, 1943-1945
34 1779 Incoming - Carter, John Archer (Nick), 1941
34 1780 Incoming - Centeno, Augusto and Myrtle, 1941
34 1781 Incoming - Chambrun, Jacques, 1941-1942
34 1782 Incoming - Church, Ralph, 1944
34 1783 Incoming - Clemens, Cyril (International Mark Twain Society), 1941
34 1783a Incoming - Clyde Public Library, 1941
34 1784 Incoming - Cohen, Harry (Acme Newspictures, Inc.), 1941
34 1785 Incoming - Colin, Saul (Dramatic Workshop), 1947
34 1786 Incoming - Commins, Saxe, 1941-1946
34 1787 Incoming - Connick, Charles J. and Mabel, 1941-1943
34 1788 Incoming - Cortina, Mary Gil, 1943
34 1789 Incoming - Cullen, John Paul, 1941-1955
34 1790 Incoming - Cummings, Edward Estlin, 1941
34 1791 Incoming - Curtis Brown, Ltd., 1944
34 1792 Incoming - Dahlberg, Edward, 1941-1942
34 1793 Incoming - Daily Worker, 1942
34 1794 Incoming - Daugherty, George, 1941-1945
34 1795 Incoming - Davila, Carlos, 1941
34 1796 Incoming - Davison, Edward (Ted) and Natalie, 1941
34 1797 Incoming - De Vries, Carrow, 1943
34 1798 Incoming - Deniston, Clyde (includes photo), 1943-1944
34 1799 Incoming - Derleth, August, 1943
34 1800 Incoming - Derweat, Clarence The Experimental Theatre, 1947
34 1801 Incoming - Dinsmoor, Helen, 1941
34 1802 Incoming - Dove, Arthur and Reds, 1941-1942
34 1803 Incoming - Dreiser, Theodore, 1941
34 1804 Incoming - Earle, Anne W., 1945
34 1805 Incoming - Eastman, Max, 1941, 1943
34 1806 Incoming - Ellsworth, Kenneth, 1941
34 1807 Incoming - Emerson, John, 1941
34 1808 Incoming - Emmett, Mary, 1941
34 1809 Incoming - Esherick, Letty (Mrs. Wharton), 1941
34 1810-1811 Incoming - Esherick, Wharton, 1941-1944
34 1812 Incoming - Evans, Ernestine, 1941, 1947
34 1813 Incoming - Farrell, James T., 1945, 1946
34 1814 Incoming - Feibleman, Jimmy and Dorothy, 1941
34 1815 Incoming - Flynn, Zita Ann, 1943
34 1816 Incoming - Frauenglass, Constance [bookseller], 1941
34 1817 Incoming - Frederick, John T., 1941, 1944
34 1818 Incoming - Friend, Ida, 1941
34 1819 Incoming - Friend, Julius and Elise, 1941-1947
34 1820 Incoming - Funk, Charles H. (Andy) [includes legal, financial, and royalty info], 1941-1944
34 1821 Incoming - Galantiere, Lewis and Nancy, 1941-1944
34 1822 Incoming - Gates, Arnold F., 1941
34 1823 Incoming - Geismar, Maxwell and Anne, 1941-1966
34 1824 Incoming - Girsdansky, Joseph (includes medical information), 1941
34 1825 Incoming - Godchaux, Elma (telegram also from Julius Friend and Marc Antony), 1941
34 1826 Incoming - Goldfrank, Herbert (New Masses), 1944
34 1827 Incoming - Gormaine, Earl, 1942
34 1828 Incoming - Gosling, Glenn, 1941
34 1829 Incoming - Gozzi, Raymond D. (re: thesis on Sherwood), 1947
34 1830 Incoming - Greear, Caroline, 1943, 1949
34 1831 Incoming - Greear, David, 1942, 1945
34 1832 Incoming - Greear, John F., 1941
34 1833 Incoming - Harcourt Brace and Company, Inc. (Stanley Young, Frank Morley, Lambert Davis, Donald Brace, Robert Giroux), 1941-1942
34 1834 Incoming - Harris, Julia Collier, 1941, 1945
34 1835 Incoming - Hartley, Marsden, 1942
34 1836 Incoming - Harvey, Dorothy Dudley, 1945
34 1837 Incoming - Hewitt, Harry [re: setting poetry to music, includes program], 1944
34 1838 Incoming - Hochdoerfer, Hettie (Mrs. Richard, includes clipping), 1941
34 1838a Incoming - Huebsch, Ben, 1841-1842
34 1839 Incoming - Hurd, Herman, 1942, 1951
34 1840 Incoming - Huxley, Aldous, 1943
35 1841 Incoming - Kauffer, E. McKnight, 1943
35 1842 Incoming - Kirchwey, Freda, 1941
35 1843 Incoming - Komroff, Manuel, 1946
35 1844 Incoming - Koppell, Gabrielle and Guenther, 1941
35 1845 Incoming - Koppell, Henry G. (Alliance Book Corporation), 1942
35 1846 Incoming - Lankes, J.J., 1941-1944
35 1847 Incoming - Laughlin, James, n.d.
35 1848 Incoming - League of American Writers, 1942
35 1849 Incoming - Lewis, Brackett (American Relief for Czechoslovakia), 1947
35 1850 Incoming - Lewis, Jay, 1942
35 1851 Incoming - Lewis, John F. Jr. (in re: University of Virginia), 1944
35 1852 Incoming - Lewis, Ruth (Mrs. Gordon), 1941
35 1853 Incoming - Library of Congress (Joseph Auslander, Archibald MacLeish, Luther Evans, Verner Clapp), 1943-1947
35 1854 Incoming - Lilienthal, Theodore M. (Ted), 1942-1945
35 1855 Incoming - Lineaweaver, John, 1941
35 1856 Incoming - Little, Herbert, 1941
35 1857 Incoming - Loos, Anita, 1941-1947
35 1858 Incoming - Lovett, Robert Morss, 1943
35 1859 Incoming - Lund, Ivar, 1946
35 1860 Incoming - Mayora, Margaret, n.d.
35 1861 Incoming - McColloch, Rhoda, n.d.
35 1862 Incoming - Mellquist, Jerome, 1946-1947
35 1863 Incoming - Mencken, H.L., 1942
35 1864 Incoming - Miller, Inga, 1943
35 1865 Incoming - Moley, Raymond (Today and Newsweek Magazines), 1941
35 1866 Incoming - Moore, David H. (most undated), n.d., 1945-1946
35 1867 Incoming - Morrow, Marco, 1942
35 1868 Incoming - New Yorker, The, 1942, 1944
35 1869 Incoming - Newberry Library, The (Stanley Pargellis and Lloyd Lewis), 1945-1946
35 1870 Incoming - Norman, Dorothy, 1946
35 1871 Incoming - North, Sterling (Chicago Daily News), 1943
35 1872 Incoming - Ohioana Library (Florence Head, includes press release), 1941-1942
35 1873 Incoming - Palencia, Isabel de, 1942
35 1874 Incoming - Pantheon Literary Agency (Henry Furst), 1946
35 1875 Incoming - Patchen, Kenneth, 1943
35 1876 Incoming - Patton, Mabel B., 1941
35 1877 Incoming - Perkins, Maxwell (Charles Scribner's Sons), 1941
35 1878 Incoming - Philips, Miriam (Mims, Hedgerow Theatre), 1943
35 1879 Incoming - Pindyck, Francis (Leland Hayward Inc.), 1942
35 1880 Incoming - Prince, Flora (includes clipping re: Trillena White), 1941
35 1881 Incoming - Ramsay, Robert, 1941-1942
35 1882 Incoming - Rankin, Sue P. (Mrs. B. Kirk), 1941
35 1883 Incoming - Rendueles, Roberto, 1941
35 1884 Incoming - Rideout, Walter, 1975-1976
35 1885 Incoming - Rosenfeld, Paul, 1941
35 1886 Incoming - Rosskam, Edwin and Louise, 1941
35 1887 Incoming - Schevill, Ferdinand (one to Roger Sergel), 1941-1948
35 1888 Incoming - Scott, Winfield (The Providence Journal), 1942
35 1889 Incoming - Sergel, Roger and Ruth, 1941
35 1890 Incoming - Shelburne Studios, 1941
35 1891 Incoming - Smith, Tom R., 1941
35 1892 Incoming - Smith, Y.K. and Julie, 1941
35 1893 Incoming - Sorensen, Mrs. C., 1941
35 1894 Incoming - Stettheimer, Ettie, 1941
35 1895 Incoming - Stewart, William (Bill) and Bern, 1941
35 1896 Incoming - Stieglitz, Alfred, 1941-1942
35 1897 Incoming - Stockell, Frank, 1941-1942
35 1898 Incoming - Sutton, William A., 1941-1942
35 1899 Incoming - Taylor, M.D., Carole and Virginia Welford, 1981
35 1900 Incoming - University of Chicago (Ralph Beals, Franklin Hopper, Robert Hutchins, one letter to Ferdinand Schevill), 1943
35 1901 Incoming - University of Pennsylvania (Charles W. David), 1942-1944
35 1902 Incoming - Van Vechten, Carl, 1947
35 1903 Incoming - Wallace, Henry A., 1942
35 1904 Incoming - Walsh, Paddy and Mim, 1941
35 1905 Incoming - Western Reserve Historical Society, 1942
35 1906 Incoming - White, Ray Lewis, 1966
35 1907 Incoming - Wilder, Thornton, 1941
35 1908 Incoming - Wilson, Edmund, 1942-1946
35 1909 Incoming - Wilson, Gilbert, 1943
35 1910 Incoming - Wood, Dr. James C., 1943
35 1911 Incoming - Woods, Clinton, 1941
35 1912 Incoming - Young, Art, 1942-1943
35 1913 Incoming - Unidentified, 1941, 1944
35 1914 Incoming - Condolences, 1941
35 1915 Incoming - Fan Mail, 1941, 1946
35 1916 Incoming - Requests, misc., 1941-1946
35 1917 Incoming - Requests, Permission to Publish, 1941-1945

Series 4: Family Correspondence, 1904-1968

Letters to and from Sherwood Anderson's family members. A bulk of the correspondence (five document cases) is from Sherwood Anderson to Eleanor Copenhaver Anderson and is rich in information regarding Sherwood's travels during his lecture tours from 1930-1941. Also significant in size is Sherwood's correspondence to and from Laura Copenhaver, his mother-in-law. The series also includes letters to and from his children, brothers, and wives.
Arranged alphabetically by the author of the correspondence.

Box Folder Contents
36 1918 Anderson, Cornelia Lane to Anderson, Sherwood and Eleanor, n.d., 1923-1944
36 1919 Anderson, Cornelia Lane to Mr. Russman (photocopy), 1934
36 1920 Anderson, Earl to Anderson, Sherwood, 1926
36 1921 Anderson, Earl (via Red Cross Nurse) to Anderson, Sherwood, 1926
36 1922 Anderson, Eleanor to Anderson, John, 1945
36 1923 Anderson, Eleanor to Anderson, Karl, 1939-1946
36 1924 Anderson, Eleanor to Anderson, Robert (Bob), 1941
36 1925 Anderson, Eleanor to Anderson, Sherwood, 1936-1938
36 1926 Anderson, Eleanor to Copenhaver, Randolph, n.d., 1956, 1968
36 1927 Anderson, Eleanor to Spear, Marion Anderson (Mimi), 1941
36 1928 Anderson, Eleanor to Van Meier, Henry, 1941
36 1929 Anderson, Eleanor to Wilson, Mazie Copenhaver, 1942
36 1930 Anderson, Eleanor to Anderson, Eleanor, 1941-1942
36 1931 Anderson, Elizabeth (niece) to Anderson, Sherwood, 1934
36 1932 Anderson, Elizabeth Prall to Anderson, Sherwood, 1926
36 1933 Anderson, Emma Smith to Stella Anderson, n.d.
36 1934 Anderson, Helen to Anderson, Sherwood, ca. 1926, 1940
36 1935 Anderson, Irwin Jr. to Anderson, Sherwood and Elizabeth, 1926
36 1936 Anderson, James (grandfather) to I.M. Anderson (father) copy 1877
36 1937 Anderson, John to Anderson, Eleanor, 1941-1947
36 1938-1941 Anderson, John to Anderson, Sherwood, n.d., ca. 1923-1930's
36 1942 Anderson, John to Anderson, Sherwood and Eleanor, ca. 1938-1941
36 1943 Anderson, John to Emmett, Mary, 1940
36 1944 Anderson, John to Spear, Mimi and Russell, 1939
36 1945 Anderson, Karl to Anderson, Eleanor, 1941-1946
36 1946 Anderson, Karl to Anderson, Mary, 1935
36 1947 Anderson, Karl to Anderson, Sherwood, 1924-1926
36 1948-1949 Anderson, Karl to Anderson, Sherwood and Eleanor, 1930-1935, 1937-1940
36 1950 Anderson, Karl to Schroeder, Margaret (niece) copy, 1951
36 1951 Anderson, Ray to Anderson, Eleanor, 1941-1942
36 1952 Anderson, Robert and Mary, to Anderson, Eleanor, 1941-1945
36 1953 Anderson, Robert to Anderson, Karl, 1941
36 1954 Anderson, Robert to Anderson, Sherwood, n.d., 1924-1925
36 1955 Anderson, Robert to Anderson, Sherwood and Elizabeth, 1925-1929
36 1956 Anderson, Robert to Anderson, Sherwood, n.d., [ca. 1930's]
36 1957 Anderson, Robert to Anderson, Sherwood, 1938-1939
36 1958 Anderson, Robert to Butterfield, Roger (Time Magazine), 1939
36 1959 Anderson, Robert to Jaffe, Louis, 1941
36 1960 Anderson, Sherwood to Anderson, Cornelia Lane, 1921-1940
36 1961 Anderson, Sherwood to Anderson, Earl, ca. 1920-1926
37 1962-1977 Anderson, Sherwood to Anderson, Eleanor Copenhaver, n.d. (early)-Dec. 1930
38 1978-1989 Anderson, Sherwood to Anderson, Eleanor Copenhaver, 1930 (month unknown)-Oct. 1931
39 1990-2003 Anderson, Sherwood to Anderson, Eleanor Copenhaver, Nov. 1931-1932 (month unknown)
40 2004-2018 Anderson, Sherwood to Anderson, Eleanor Copenhaver, 1933-1935 (month unknown)
41 2019-2034 Anderson, Sherwood to Anderson, Eleanor Copenhaver, 1936-1940
42 2035-2037 Anderson, Sherwood to Anderson, Eleanor Copenhaver, n.d., 1941
42 2038 Anderson, Sherwood to Anderson, Eleanor Copenhaver, incomplete, n.d.
42 2039 Anderson, Sherwood to Anderson, Elizabeth Prall, 1929
42 2040 Anderson, Sherwood to Anderson, Helen Buill, 1904-1940
42 2041 Anderson, Sherwood to Anderson, Irwin, 1926
42 2042-2043 Anderson, Sherwood to Anderson, John (mostly photostats), ca. 1926-1941
42 2044-2047 Anderson, Sherwood to Anderson, Karl, 1905-1940
42 2048 Anderson, Sherwood to Anderson, Robert (Bob), 1925-1941
42 2049 Anderson, Sherwood to Anderson, Tennessee Mitchell, 1925-1926
42 2050 Anderson, Sherwood to Copenhaver, Bascom E., n.d., 1932-1937
42 2051 Anderson, Sherwood to Copenhaver, Frank, 1935
42 2052 Anderson, Sherwood to Copenhaver, Laura, n.d., 1931-1932
43 2053-2058 Anderson, Sherwood to Copenhaver, Laura, 1933-1940
43 2059 Anderson, Sherwood to Copenhaver, Randolph (J.R.), 1939-1940
43 2060 Anderson, Sherwood to Prall, David, 1926
43 2061 Anderson, Sherwood to Prall, Jane, 1925
43 2062 Anderson, Sherwood to Scherer, J.J., 1938
43 2063 Anderson, Sherwood to Scherer, May, 1933-1941
43 2064 Anderson, Sherwood to Spear, Marion Anderson (Mimi), 1926-1940
43 2065 Anderson, Sherwood to Spear, Russell, 1937
43 2066 Anderson, Sherwood to Van Meier, Henry and Katherine Copenhaver, 1932-1940
43 2067 Anderson, Sherwood to Wilson, Channing, 1939
43 2068 Anderson, Sherwood to Wilson, Mazie Copenhaver, 1932-1941
43 2069 Anderson, Tennessee Mitchell to Anderson, Sherwood, ca. 1920's
43 2070 Anderson, Tennessee Mitchell to Dreiser, Theodore (copy from Univ. of Pennsylvania), 1923
43 2071 Anderson, Tennessee Mitchell to Szold-Fritz, Bernadine, 1925-1929
43 2072 Anderson, Tennessee Mitchell to Szold-Fritz, Bernadine, copies n.d., 1925-1928
44 2073 Copenhaver, Bascom E. to Anderson, Eleanor and Sherwood, ca. 1938
44 2074 Copenhaver, Frank, Ruth, and Mary Jane to Anderson, Sherwood, 1933
44 2075 Copenhaver, Laura to Anderson, Eleanor Copenhaver, n.d. 1932, 1936
44 2076 Copenhaver, Laura to Anderson, John, n.d.
44 2077-2078 Copenhaver, Laura to Anderson, Sherwood, n.d., 1931-1939
44 2079 Copenhaver, Laura to Children, n.d., 1940
44 2080 Copenhaver, Randolph and Lois (Cookie) to Anderson, Eleanor and Sherwood (includes clipping), 1932-1941
44 2081 Copenhaver, Randolph and Lois (Cookie) to Anderson, Eleanor, n.d., 1941-1956
44 2082 Copenhaver, V.G. (in re: family reunion), 1934
44 2083 Prall, David to Anderson, Sherwood, 1923-1926, n.d.
44 2084 Prall, Jane W. to Anderson, Sherwood, 1925-1926
44 2085 Radin, Dorothea Prall to Anderson, Sherwood, 1926
44 2086 Radin, Max to Anderson, Sherwood, n.d., 1926
44 2087 Radin, Paul (brother of Max Radin) to Anderson, Sherwood, n.d.
44 2088 Scherer, Boone (Mrs. John Jacob Jack) to Anderson, Eleanor, 1941
44 2089 Scherer, Uncle J to Anderson, Eleanor, 1941
44 2090 Scherer, John Hamilton (Ham) to Anderson, Eleanor, 1941
44 2091 Scherer, John Hamilton (Ham) to Scherer, May, 1941
44 2092 Scherer, James A.B. to Anderson, Eleanor, 1941
44 2093 Scherer, May to Anderson, Sherwood, 1926-1940
44 2094 Scherer, May to Fishbein, Harriet, 1944
44 2095 Scherer, May to Greer, Charles P., 1946
44 2096 Spear, Marion (Mimi) Anderson to Anderson, Sherwood (most undated), ca. 1920's-1933
44 2097 Spear, Marion (Mimi) Anderson to Anderson, Sherwood and Eleanor (most undated), ca. 1933-1937
44 2098 Spear, Marion (Mimi) Anderson to Anderson, Eleanor, 1941-1947
44 2099 Spear, Russell to Anderson, Sherwood and Eleanor, 1934-1937
44 2100 Van Meier, Henry and Katherine Copenhaver to Anderson Sherwood and Eleanor, 1932-1940
44 2101 Van Meier, Henry to Esherick, Wharton ( in re: tombstone), 1943
44 2102 Van Meier, Katherine Copenhaver to Anderson, Eleanor, 1941-1967
44 2103 Wilson, Mazie Copenhaver (sister in law) (to Sherwood and Eleanor), 1932-1941

Series 5: Works, 1903-1992

Manuscripts, typescripts, proofs, printed items, and reprints from Anderson's lifetime and after Anderson's death in 1941. Anderson often worked on scrap paper, or on the back of business stationery, invoices, or hotel letterhead. Works often include explanatory notes by Eleanor Anderson, and many works handwritten by Sherwood Anderson in almost illegible script have Eleanor's clarification of the words pencilled in above. The order and content of works were kept intact if a note specified that Eleanor Anderson or Paul Rosenfeld worked on those documents. "AD", "ADS", "TD", and "TDS" refer to whether the document is autograph or typescript, signed or not. Quite a few items came from the Burton Emmett estate or Burton Emmett's wife Mary. Emmett was Anderson's patron, a wealthy advertising man who started collecting Anderson's works in 1927. After Emmett died in the mid 1930's, his wife continued to aid Anderson. It was thanks to Emmett's money that Anderson was able to purchase the Smyth County News and the Marion Democrat, both weekly papers, in the fall of 1927. [First announcement of purchase of the Marion Democrat Nov. 1, 1927].
"Journals" consist in large part of material appearing elsewhere in the Works series, and are in the same order that was established by Eleanor Anderson and Paul Rosenfeld. Memoir chapters are also in the same order in which they were found.
The "Letter-a-day" series was written in the year prior to Anderson's marriage to Eleanor Copenhaver, and the series was intended to be read by Eleanor after Anderson's death (see Eleanor Anderson's letter of March 25, 1943). They were written in various locales: New York, Washington D.C., Tucson, Salt Lake City, Los Angeles, San Francisco, Columbus, Marion Virginia, in transit (on trains and at sea), Paris, Amsterdam (where he spoke at the World Congress Against War), and London. The letters include their envelopes, which Eleanor annotated with subject headings. Sometimes the letters also include enclosures, such as clippings, materials relating to the World Congress Against War (August), and fan letters. At the end are fragmentary and unidentified letters, and two typescripts of all the letters combined.
For more works, see also Series 10, Scrapbooks, for scattered short printed works.
Arranged alphabetically by work title. Works by other authors are filed at the end, alphabetically by author name.

Box Folder Contents
45 2104 Above Suspicion (Radio Play), AD, ca. 1941
45 2105 Advertising copy, selling tobacco, written at Critchfield and Co., TD, ca. Dec. 1920
45 2106 Advertising Men, TD, n.d.
45 2107 Advertising Words, AD, n.d.
45 2108 Advice to Writers (two versions), AD, n.d.
45 2109 Ah, There's the Rub, AD, n.d.
45 2110 Alice [from the Burton Emmett Estate] (see also Like a Queen), AD, n.d.
45 2111 The American Case (sent to Max Perkins, Scribner's), TD, 1940
45 2112 American Civilization, AD in the form of a letter, n.d.
45 2113 American Common Sense, AD, n.d.
45 2114 The American County Fair (two versions), TD, ca. 1930
45 2115 The [American County] Fair [from the Burton Emmett estate], AD, ca. 1930
45 2116 The American Federation of Labor, AD, 1936
45 2117 American Money, AD, ca. 1941
45 2118 American Scenes, TD, n.d.
45 2119 American Small Town: Fall (Cotton Picking Picture), TD, n.d.
45 2120 The American Small Town: Meet the Editor (two versions), TD, n.d.
45 2121 The American Small Town: Saturday Night is Fiesta Night, TD, n.d.
45 2122 American Writing of Today (including letter from Anderson To Burton Emmett), AD, Nov. 1927
45 2123 Among the Drifters - the kind of tales they tell (published in Hello, Towns), TDS, ca. 1929
45 2124 Andy's Story, sketch, TD with envelope, n.d.
45 2125 Another Man's House, Introduction [see also Other Men's Houses; and Talbot Whittingham], AD, late 1920's
45 2126 Another Man's House, Book I, AD, late 1920's
45 2127 Another Man's House, Book II, AD, late 1920's
45 2128 Another Man's House, Book III, A Day, AD, late 1920's
45 2129 Another Man's House, pp. 1-21, AD, late 1920's
45 2130 Another Man's House, Book IV, AD, late 1920's
45 2131 Another Man's House, 3 Pages Chapter 1 [foreword and beginning of Chapter 1], AD, late 1920's
46 2132 Another Man's House, pp. 1-56, AD, late 1920's
46 2133 Another Man's House, pp. 6-100, AD, late 1920's
46 2134 Another Man's House, unnumbered pages, AD, late 1920's
46 2135 Another Man's House, Book III in original folder, AD, late 1920's
46 2136 Another Man's House, unnumbered pages, AD and TD, late 1920's
46 2137 Another Man's House, pp. 43-59, TD, late 1920's
46 2138 Another Man's House, Book III pp. 1-5, 1-32 [etc.] , AD and TD, late 1920's
46 2139 Another Man's House, My Dear Sister, TD, late 1920's
46 2140 Another Man's House [from the Burton Emmett estate], AD, late 1920's
46 2141 Another Wife (four versions), TD, ca. Dec. 1926
47 2142 The Artist and His Children, TDS, n.d.
47 2143 Assorted Essays [from the Burton Emmett estate], AD, n.d.
47 2144 At the Mine Mouth (two versions; see Oversize Box for printed version), TD and printed, Dec. 1933
47 2145 Aunt Carrie, AD, n.d.
47 2146 "Autobiographical", dictated to Eleanor Anderson, AD, 1937
47 2147 Autumn, reprint from 1927, 1945
47 2148 The Ball Player's Women, TD, n.d.
47 2149 The Battle [incomplete], AD, n.d.
47 2150 Being a Writer [a.k.a. So You Want to Be a Writer?] (several versions), TD and reprinted in Twentieth Century Literature Journal, Feb. 1977
47 2151 Being Saved, AD, n.d.
47 2152 Beyond Desire, Anderson's own review for Modern Thinker, TD, ca. 1932
47 2153 Beyond Desire, pp. 1-89, TD, ca. 1932
47 2154 Beyond Desire, pp. 108-208 and unnumbered, TD, ca. 1932
47 2155 Beyond Desire, Chapters 1-9, TD, ca. 1932
48 2156 Beyond Desire, Book IV, 245-251, AD, ca. 1932
48 2157 Beyond Desire, Book IV, 245-254 and earlier Ms 1-9, AD, ca. 1932
48 2158 Beyond Desire, Book IV, Chapter 1 254-262 Ms 11-20, continuing from Ms 1-9, AD, ca. 1932
48 2159 Beyond Desire, Book IV, 260-262, AD, ca. 1932
48 2160 Beyond Desire, Book IV, 262-272, AD, ca. 1932
48 2161 Beyond Desire, Book IV, 273-274, AD, ca. 1932
48 2162 Beyond Desire, Book IV, 275-281 (Chapter 2), AD, ca. 1932
48 2163 Beyond Desire, Book IV, 282-289 (Chapter 3), AD, ca. 1932
48 2164 Beyond Desire, Book IV, 290-293 (Chapter 4), AD, ca. 1932
48 2165 Beyond Desire, Book IV, 294-299 (Chapter 5), AD, ca. 1932
48 2166 Beyond Desire, Book IV, 305, doesn't fit into 300-308, AD, ca. 1932
48 2167 Beyond Desire, Book IV, 300-308, AD, ca. 1932
48 2168 Beyond Desire, Book IV, 309-314 (end of Chapter 6), AD, ca. 1932
48 2169 Beyond Desire, Book IV, 315-328 (Chapter 7), AD, ca. 1932
48 2170 Beyond Desire, Book IV, #71 (Chapter 8), AD, ca. 1932
48 2171 Beyond Desire, Book IV, #62 (Chapter 9), AD, ca. 1932
48 2172 Beyond Desire, #59, introduction not used, TD, ca. 1932
48 2173 Beyond Desire, #69, Book I, Chapter 1, not final version, TD, ca. 1932
48 2174 Beyond Desire, #72, Book I ,not final version, TD, ca. 1932
48 2175 Beyond Desire, #68 Books I, II, IV, AD, ca. 1932
48 2176 Beyond Desire, Book I, long fragment, early version, AD, ca. 1932
48 2177 Beyond Desire, Book III, not in printed edition, TD, ca. 1932
48 2178 Beyond Desire, #52 Ethel Chapter 3, Book III, 164, 188, 190, AD, ca. 1932
48 2179 Beyond Desire, #53 Ethel Chapter 3, Book III, Red, Tom, Blanche attacked, AD, ca. 1932
49 2180 Beyond Desire, #63 and #61, Book IV, Chapter 1, AD, ca. 1932
49 2181 Beyond Desire, Book IV, 357-358, not in final version, AD, ca. 1932
49 2182 Beyond Desire, #61, 63, 65, 66, 67, not final version, TD, ca. 1932
49 2183 Beyond Desire, #61, 63, 65, 66, 67, revised, TD, ca. 1932
49 2184 Beyond Desire, #73, Books I and IV, not in final version, TD, ca. 1932
49 2185 Beyond Desire, #55, Books IV and I, not in final version, AD, ca. 1932
49 2186 Beyond Desire, #60, Strike, not in final version, TD, ca. 1932
49 2187 Beyond Desire, #54, Strike, not in final version, TD, ca. 1932
49 2188-2190 Beyond Desire, Book IV, early version, AD, ca. 1932
49 2191 Beyond Desire, #57, left out of the final version, TD, ca. 1932
49 2192 Beyond Desire, Letter to Mamma, not used, AD, ca. 1932
49 2193 Beyond Desire, fragments, TD, ca. 1932
49 2194 Beyond Desire, fragments, AD, ca. 1932
49 2195 Bill's Filling Station [from the Burton Emmett estate], AD, n.d.
49 2196 Bill's Filling Station, TD, n.d.
49 2197 Blue Smoke (two versions; see Oversize Box for printed version), TD pp. 6-12, 1934
49 2198 Bob (two versions; see Oversize Box for second TD version), AD and TD, n.d.
49 2199 Book of Days, copy 1 (in notebook) (see also folders of Journals), TD, n.d.
50 2200-2201 Book of Days, copy 2 (see also folders of Journals), TD, n.d.
50 2202 Bring Your Imaginations Down to Earth (two versions), TD, n.d.
50 2203 Broadcasts, Radio: [begins "Miss McCullough will speak on the Young Women's Christian Association from the World Viewpoint..." (two copies), AD and TD, 1930's
50 2204 Broadcasts, Radio: American Spectator Awards, TD, Apr. 27, 1934
50 2205 Broadcasts, Radio: Interview on Heinz Magazine of the Air (three versions), TD, Oct. 2, 1936
50 2206 Broadcasts, Radio: Interview by Lundell, TD, May 1937
50 2207 Broadcasts, Radio: Interview by E.A. Weeks, TD, Nov. 19, 1940
50 2208 Broken, printed in Century 105, pp. 643-656, Mar. 1923
50 2209 Brother Death (six versions), AD and TD, n.d.
50 2210 Brother Death, notes, AD, n.d.
50 2211 Brother Earl, incomplete TD, n.d.
51 2212 Brother Earl, two copies with remarks by Laura Copenhaver, TD with AD remarks, n.d.
51 2213 Brother Earl, two copies with fragment pp. 4-6, TD, n.d.
51 2214 Brother Earl, two copies from black Memoirs notebook, TD, n.d.
51 2215 Brown Boomer (four versions), TD and printed, ca. 1937
51 2216 Buck Fever, printed in The Commonwealth, Nov. 1971
51 2217 Buckeye Blues, TD, n.d.
51 2218 Bundles for Britain (two versions), AD and TD, ca. 1940
51 2219 Burt Emmett (see also Friend), TD, ca. 1935
51 2220 A Business Man's Reading (two versions), TD and photostatic negative from Reader magazine, ca. 1903
51 2221 Cabbages and Kings (a.k.a. Valley Apart) (two versions), TD and printed in Today (see Oversize), Apr. 20, 1935
51 2222 Catalog: People [made in preparation of Memoirs], AD, n.d.
51 2223 The Challenge of American Life, printed in Student Review, Oct. 1932
51 2224 Charles W. Smith - His Work, printed in exhibit catalog, n.d.
51 2225 Chicago: (An Impression, A Feeling), four versions, AD, TD, and photocopy of article printed in Vanity Fair, Oct. 1926
51 2226 City Plowman, TD, [n.d.]
51 2226a Cityscapes, photocopy of printed item in the American Spectator, see Oversize, 1934
51 2227 Civil War; Notes, clippings, and ephemera compiled by Sherwood and Eleanor Anderson, n.d.
51 2228 Come Again Man (three versions), AD and TD, n.d.
51 2229 The Corn Planting (four versions), TD and TDS, ca. 1934
51 2230 Country Squires (four versions), TD, TDS, and printed in Vanity Fair, ca. 1929
51 2231 Country Squires [from the Burton Emmett estate], TDS, ca. 1929
51 2232 Country Town Notes: From a Small Town Print Shop (two versions), TD, ca. 1929
51 2233 Country Town Notes: From a Small Town Print Shop [from the Burton Emmett estate], printed, ca. 1929
52 2234 Crazy Book, ADS and TD, n.d.
52 2235 A Criminal: A Workman's Yarn, AD, n.d.
52 2236 D.H. Lawrence, TD, [printed as A man's song of Life in the Virginia Quarterly review for Jan. 1933; and in No Swank as Lawrence Again], ca. 1933
52 2237 The Dance is On, (two versions), AD and printed in The Rotarian, Jun. 1941
52 2238 Danville, Virginia (two versions), TD and printed in The New Republic, Jan. 21, 1931
52 2239 Dark Laughter, heavily annotated, TD, ca. 1925
53 2240 Dark Laughter, in two Liveright folders, TD, ca. 1925
53 2241 Dark Laughter: A Play, TD with AD fragment, n.d.
53 2242 Dark Laughter, fragment (1 p.), TD, ca. 1925
53 2243 A Dead Dog, AD, ca. 1931
53 2244 The Death in the Forest [an early version of Death in the Woods], AD, before 1926
53 2245 Death in the Woods (three copies), with A Note to Readers (two copies), TD, and holograph contents note, ca. 1926
53 2246 Death in the Woods, Foreword, TD, ca. 1926
53 2247 Debate with Bertrand Russell: Shall the State Rear Our Children?, TD, ca. 1931
53 2248 Debate with Bertrand Russell: Shall the State Rear Our Children? - Notes for, AD, ca. 1931
53 2249 Dedication to Laura Lou Copenhaver (two copies), TD, 1940
53 2250 The Delegation [not the same as in New Yorker magazine], AD, n.d.
53 2251-2252 Diaries, typescript, TD, 1936-1941
54 2253 Diary, AD, 1936
54 2254 Diary, AD, 1937
54 2255 Diary, AD, 1938
54 2256 Diary, AD, 1939
54 2257 Diary, AD, 1940
54 2258 Diary, AD, 1941
54 2259 Dictatorship [apparently a symposium with Dreiser, Boyd, and Nathan], TD, n.d.
54 2260 Dinner in Thessaly (two versions), ADS and TD, n.d.
54 2261 Discovery of a Father (five versions), AD, TD, and printed in Readers Digest, Nov. 1939
54 2262 Dive Keeper, TD and fragment, n.d.
54 2263 Domestic and Juvenile (three versions plus fragment), TDS, TD, AD, for Vanity Fair, Mar. 1939
54 2263a Door of the Trap, The (printed in The Dial, No. 2), 1960
54 2264 The Dreadful Dailies (two reprints) see also Oversize, 1929; reprinted by The Evening News and Seminar magazine, 1971
54 2265 The Dream, AD, n.d.
54 2266 The Dreiser (two versions - not the same as was published in The Little Review, 1916), AD and TD, n.d.
54 2267 Drought Year, TD, n.d.
54 2268 'n Dubble Lewe, translated into Afrikaans by J.G. van Alphen, printed in Die Huisgenoot (Cape Town, South Africa): See Oversize, July 5, 1940
54 2269 [Editorial - Anderson's first, from his newspaper with comments by a feature writer.] Press clipping from The World, Nov. 11, 1927
54 2270 Educating an Author, TD, ca. 1927
54 2271 Elizabethtown, Tennessee, printed in The Nation, May 1, 1929
54 2272 Eugene Jolas, TD, Jun. 1, 1926
54 2273 An Evening (two versions), AD, n.d.
55 2274 Everyman, TD, n.d.
55 2275 An Experiment (about the watch advertisements), AD, [from the Burton Emmett estate], ca. 1930
55 2276 Explain! Explain! Again Explain! A letter to the Editor of Today from Sherwood Anderson, printed in Today: See Oversize, Dec. 2, 1933
55 2277 An Explanation [regarding Winesburg, Ohio], TD, n.d.
55 2278 Factory Men, TDS, with letter to agent Jacques Chambrun, [n.d.]
55 2279 Factory Town: Sherwood Anderson Looks at Southern Industry, printed in The New Republic, Mar. 26, 1930
55 2280 Fanfare, AD, n.d.
55 2281 The Far West (one version plus fragment), AD and TD, ca. 1927
55 2282 Fascism: A Process? (three versions) TD, n.d.
55 2283 Fast Woman (three versions; one with Laura Copenhaver's AD notes), TD, n.d.
55 2284 Father Abraham [see also Lincoln], TD and AD, n.d.
55 2285 The Feeders [Feeding] and the Fed (two versions), AD and TD, n.d.
55 2286 The Feud's End (three versions plus a fragment), AD and TD, n.d.
55 2287 The Fight (two versions; fragment of another Anderson story on other side of one version, AD), TD, ca. 1927
55 2288 The Flood (including note from Anderson to Burton Emmett), ADS, n.d.
55 2289 The Flood (two versions), TDS, n.d.
55 2290 For What? (three versions), ADS, TD, ca. 1941
55 2291 Foreword to Philip McKee's Big Town (two versions), ca. 1931
55 2292 Foreword to George Sklar and Albert Maltz's play Peace on Earth, with letter from Anderson, TD, 1934
55 2293 Form Again, AD, n.d.
55 2294 Four American Impressions, printed in New Republic 32, pp. 171-173, Oct. 11, 1922
55 2295 Fragment [about Joe Driscoll], AD, n.d.
55 2296 Fragment [about Mel Rogers or Fuller], AD, 1922
55 2297 Fragment [about Mel Rogers, Mississippi River, etc.], TD and AD, n.d.
55 2298 Fragment [about Mel Rogers, Mississippi River, etc.], scattered AD fragments, clipping, and notes, n.d.
55 2299 Fragment ["Agnes felt the stillness..."], AD, n.d.
55 2299a Fragment ["American Big Town"], TD, n.d.
55 2300 Fragment ["Anne couldn't understand why..."], AD, n.d.
55 2301 Fragment ["Ed Wells whose father ran a hardware store..."], AD, n.d.
55 2302 Fragment ["He was an old man..."], photocopy from original at University of Chicago, Hi Simons papers, 1916
55 2303 Fragment ["Herbert had his morning coffee..."], AD, n.d.
55 2304 Fragment ["I am an American writer..."], AD, n.d.
55 2305 Fragment ["I must write a comedy now for Mims..."], AD, n.d.
55 2306 Fragment ["I went to a meeting of radicals..."], AD, n.d.
55 2307 Fragment ["I'm Mr. A. of Los Angeles, he said..."; parts of I'm a Fool?], AD, n.d.
55 2308 Fragment ["In the literary group.", from the Burton Emmett estate, includes note from Anderson to Emmett], AD, n.d.
55 2309 Fragment ["In the matter of children...", from the Burton Emmett estate], AD, ca. 1929
55 2310 Fragment ["New voices are being heard", two versions], AD and TD, n.d.
55 2311 Fragment ["The prize ring..."], AD, n.d.
55 2312 Fragment ["The smell of women"; "Sometimes women"; "Boone Taylor", three versions], AD and TD, n.d.
56 2313 Fragment ["There is a man being born." Two versions], AD and TD, n.d.
56 2314 Fragment ["There is an old man..." with prefatory note], AD, n.d.
56 2315 Fragment ["There was one thing of which Bentley Wardhouse was quite sure..."], AD, n.d.
56 2316 Fragment ["There was the rain..." regarding Farmer Swartz and Agnes], AD, n.d.
56 2317 Fragment ["They dug a kind of long trench..."], AD, n.d.
56 2318 Fragment ["To get her out of the darkness of that"], with envelope inscribed with "Novel Song.", AD, n.d.
56 2319 Fragments, numbered 3-7, with Eleanor Anderson's note, AD, n.d.
56 2320-2321 Fragments, unidentified, with Eleanor Anderson's notes, AD, n.d.
56 2322 Fragments, unidentified, from Mary [Mrs. Burton] Emmett, AD, n.d.
57 2323 [Empty Folder, Unused Folder Number]
57 2324 Fred [from the Burton Emmett estate], AD, n.d.
57 2325 Fred Colman [unfinished novel], AD, n.d.
57 2326 Fred Griffith's World, TD and AD, n.d.
57 2327 Fred Harkness [unfinished novel], AD, n.d.
57 2328 Friend (see also Burt Emmett) (four versions), AD, TD and TDS, ca. 1935
57 2329 From Chicago, printed in The Seven Arts, p. 41-59 (removed for Conservation), May 1917
57 2330 From Little Things (a.k.a. Why Not Oak Hill), TD and printed in This Week magazine section of the Atlanta Constitution, Feb. 11, 1940
57 2331 The Future of Japanese and American Writing, TD, ca. 1930
57 2332 George Borrow, AD, n.d.
57 2333-2336 George Wilder (four versions), AD and TD, n.d.
57 2337 Gertrude Stein, TD, n.d.
57 2338 Gertrude Stein (different version), TD, n.d.
58 2339 A Ghost Story: How a School Teacher's Romance Was Blighted; or Why Culture Departed from South Bend (three versions), TD, TDS, and printed in Vanity Fair 29, pp. 78,142, Dec. 1927
58 2340 Girl By the Stove, author's proofs, ca. 1941
58 2341 The Girl Who Went Crazy, AD, n.d.
58 2342 God Bless the Americas (two versions), AD and TD, ca. 1941
58 2343 The Golden Circle (two versions), AD and TD, n.d.
58 2344 A Great Factory, AD, ca. 1926
58 2345 A Great Factory, three more versions and a fragment, TD, ca. 1926
58 2346 Greenville, AD, ca. 1931
58 2347 Guns - Women - Night [from the Burton Emmett estate], AD, n.d.
58 2348 Harold's Evening [incomplete], TD, n.d.
58 2349 Harry Breaks Through (two versions), TD and TDS, n.d.
58 2350 He Built the Boat (three versions), AD and TD, n.d.
58 2351 Hello Towns, TD and printed (newspaper columns) see Oversize, ca. 1929
58 2352 Hello Yank: What About England? Printed in The Saturday Review, Aug. 6, 1921
58 2353 The Helpless Ones, AD, n.d.
58 2354 Henry and Two Women (a.k.a. Both Women), AD, n.d.
58 2355 Henry Bollinger (two versions), AD and TD, n.d.
58 2356 Henry Wallace: Secretary of Agriculture, TDS, n.d.
58 2357 Here They Come (five versions), TD, 1939
58 2358 His Chest of Drawers, TD, ca. 1939
58 2359 Home Town (incomplete), AD, ca. 1940
58 2360 Horns (unpublished), TD, n.d.
58 2361 Horns [from the Burton Emmett Estate], AD, n.d.
58 2362 Horns II [from the Burton Emmett Estate], AD, n.d.
58 2363 The House Next Door, printed in This Week, Jul. 26, 1964
59 2364 How Green the Grass (see also Two Brothers), (version 1), TD, ca. 1937
59 2365 How Green the Grass (version 2), AD, ca. 1937
59 2366 How Green the Grass (version 3), TD, ca. 1937
59 2367 How Green the Grass (version 4), AD, ca. 1937
59 2368 How Green the Grass (version 5), TD, ca. 1937
59 2369 How Green the Grass (version 6), TD, ca. 1937
59 2370 How Green the Grass (version 7), TD, ca. 1937
60 2371 How Green the Grass (version 8), TD, ca. 1937
60 2372 How Green the Grass (version 9), "Outlines", TD, ca. 1937
60 2373 How Green the Grass (version 10), TD, ca. 1937
60 2374-2375 How Green the Grass (version 11-fragments), TD, ca. 1937
60 2376 How I Came to Communism: Symposium [Anderson as contributor], printed in New Masses, Vol. 8, pp. 8-9, annotated by Anderson, Sept. 1932
60 2377 How I Ran a Small Town Newspaper, TDS, n.d.
60 2378 How They Got Married (incomplete), with accompanying note [from the Burton Emmett estate], AD, n.d.
60 2379 A Humble Man (two versions), AD and TD, n.d.
60 2380 Hunger of Man, AD, n.d.
60 2381-2382 I Build My House (a.k.a. Other Men's Houses; two versions plus two fragments), AD and TD, n.d.
60 2383 I Live a Dozen Lives, printed in American Magazine, Oct. 1939
60 2384 I Want to Work, printed in Today (see Oversize), Apr. 28, 1934
60 2385 I Was a Bad Boy, printed in This Week (see Oversize), May 18, 1941
60 2386 I'm a Fool, Corrected Galley proofs [purchase, L.W. Currey, 1978], ca. 1922
60 2387 I'm a Fool, reprinted in Newsday (see Oversize), Sept. 29, 1951
60 2388 I'm a Fool, use of for a movie, AD, n.d.
60 2389 Ideas vs. Battleships (fragment), AD, n.d.
60 2390 An Impression of Mexico -- It's [sic] People, TDS, ca. 1939
60 2391 In A Boxcar [from the Burton Emmett estate], TD, ca. 1928
60 2392 In A Box Car, TD (includes text layout sheet from Vanity Fair), ca. 1928
60 2393 In A Strange Town [from the Burton Emmett estate], AD, ca. 1929
60 2394 In A Strange Town (two versions), TD and Printed in Scribner's Magazine 87, pp. 20-25, Jan. 1930
60 2395 In Other Worlds, AD, n.d.
60 2396 Industrial Notes [from the Burton Emmett estate], ADS, n.d.
60 2397 Industrial Notes [from the Burton Emmett estate], AD, with note from Emmett, May 1930
60 2398 Industrial Notes [from the Burton Emmett estate], "not used", AD, n.d.
60 2399 Industrial Notes [from the Burton Emmett estate], "not used", AD, n.d.
60 2400 Industrial Notes [from the Burton Emmett estate], "not used", AD, n.d.
60 2401 Industrial Notes [from the Burton Emmett estate], First draft, Loom Dance, New Republic, AD, n.d.
60 2402 Industrial Notes: Impressions: Jim [from the Burton Emmett estate], AD, n.d.
60 2403 Industrial Notes: Impressions: Jim, TD, n.d.
60 2404 Industrial Notes: In a Factory, TD, n.d.
60 2405 Industrial Notes: In a Mill Town [from the Burton Emmett estate], TD, n.d.
60 2406 Industrial Notes: Machine Song [from the Burton Emmett estate], AD, n.d.
60 2407 Industrial Notes: O, ye Poets [from the Burton Emmett estate], AD, n.d.
61 2408 Inolvidado (in Spanish), printed in La Nacion (two copies: see Oversize), Jan. 1, 1940
61 2409 Interlude, AD, n.d.
61 2410 Italian Poet in America (two versions), AD and TD, Jan. 1940
61 2411 It's a Woman's Age, printed in Scribner's Magazine 88, Dec. 1930
61 2412 J. J. Lankes and his Woodcuts, printed in Virginia Quarterly Review and in Smyth County News (see Oversize), Jan. 1931
61 2413 J. J. Lankes, Wood Cutter (two versions; see also Lankes: Virginia Woodcut Man), AD and TD, n.d.
61 2414 J'accuse, AD, n.d.
61 2415 J'accuse: Revolution, AD, n.d.
61 2416 Jack Jones - "The Pickler", photograph copy of reprint from Chicago Daily News, Jun. 18, 1919
61 2417 Japanese Poetry Club; an introduction for a book of American writing and writers - in Japanese [from the Burton Emmett estate], AD, n.d.
61 2418 Jasper Deeter (two versions), TD, n.d.
61 2419 Joe [from the Burton Emmett estate], AD, n.d.
61 2420 Journals: Honeymoon Journal [fragile: use transcript. Gift, Mimi Anderson Spear, 1991], AD, 1904
61 2421 Journals: Honeymoon Journal, transcript by Hilbert Campbell, 1992
61 2422 Journals: before 1928 (including Town's Ho!, A Visit, Our Mistress Chicago, and Living in America), ca. 1925-1928
61 2423-2424 Journals: 1929 (including Book of Days and Country Town Notes From a Small Town Print Shop: The Cry for Justice), 1929
61 2425-2426 Journals: 1930 (including Book of Days, Jim, Lumber Camp, and Industrial Notes), 1930
62 2427-2428 Journals: 1931 (including Book of Days, For Figaro, Late March Days, Cloud Day, J.J. Lankes and his Woodcuts, Danville Virginia, Tobacco Market, Hell Bent for Culture, Speakeasy, The Despised and Neglected (A Mood), Sorgum Corn and Apples, In New York, An Address, and Conversation with a Prisoner), 1931
62 2429 Journals: 1932 (including Book of Days, and Letter to President Herbert Hoover), in original folder, 1932
62 2430 Journals: 1933 (including The American Spectator, Trouble Notes, Strange Interlude, On Getting Autographs from Authors, A Plan, The Unfinished Libretto, They Come Bearing Gifts, and Rehearsal), 1933
62 2431 Journals: 1934 (including More About Lecturing, At Stewart's On the Square, and five copies of American Spectator, vol. II Nos. 15-16, 20-22 [ Winter Day's Walk in New York, Cityscapes, The Line-Up, Samovar, and Motor Trip]; see Oversize, under work titles, for all but Motor Trip), 1934
62 2432 Journals: 1936 (includes The Old are Old, and Travel Notes), 1936
62 2433 Journals: 1937 (includes Race-Horses and Artists, After a Writer's Conference, and Rehearsal), 1937
62 2434 Journals: 1938 (includes Literary Success, Henry and Two Women, (title page), Word Death, My Kingdom for a Horse, The Two Doctors, and The Twenty-Dollar Bill), 1938
62 2435 Journals: 1939 (includes Dave A Man Afraid, A Humble Man, Carter Glass, Impression of Mexico, and The Writer and a Woman), 1939
62 2436 Journals: 1940 (includes Here They Come, Oh, the Big Words, My Cousin Sherwood, and I See Grace Again), 1940
62 2437 A Jury Case (four versions), AD, TD, and printed in American Mercury, ca. 1927
62 2438 Just Walking, printed in Vanity Fair, along with a complete handbook of opinion for which Anderson is one of the judges, Apr. 1928
62 2439 Just Walking [from the Burton Emmett estate, with accompanying ALS], TD, ca. 1928
62 2440 Kansas City (done for Eleanor Copenhaver's report), AD, ca. 1933
62 2441 Kate Graybeal, AD, n.d.
62 2442 Kit Brandon: miscellaneous fragments, TD, ca. 1936
62 2443 Kit Brandon: pp. 1-49, TD, ca. 1936
62 2444 Kit Brandon: Chapter 3, pp. 50-85, TD, ca. 1936
62 2445 Kit Brandon: Chapters 4-7, pp. 86-130, TD, ca. 1936
63 2446 Kit Brandon: Chapters 8-13, pp. 131-184, TD, ca. 1936
63 2447 Kit Brandon: pp. 185-267, TD, ca. 1936
63 2448 Kit Brandon: pp. 268-320, TD, ca. 1936
63 2449 Kit Brandon: Introduction: Machine Song, TD, ca. 1936
63 2450 Kit Brandon: Unnumbered chapter, pp. 50-57, TD, ca. 1936
63 2451 Kit Brandon: Book 4 Chapter 14, pp. 246-269, TD, ca. 1936
63 2452 Kit Brandon: miscellaneous fragments, TD, ca. 1936
63 2453 Kit Brandon: pp. 1-59, TD, ca. 1936
63 2454 Kit Brandon: pp. 60-119, TD, ca. 1936
63 2455 Kit Brandon: pp. 120-179, TD, ca. 1936
63 2456 Kit Brandon: pp. 180-239, TD, ca. 1936
63 2457 Kit Brandon: Book 3 Chapters 9-10, pp. 141-185, TD, ca. 1936
63 2458 Kit Brandon: pp. 231-245; 50-57; 212-218, TD, ca. 1936
63 2459 Kit Brandon: pp. 97, 69-114, TD, ca. 1936
63 2460 Kit Brandon: pp. 207, a-u, TD, ca. 1936
63 2461 Kit Brandon: pp. 1-30, TD with AD annotations, ca. 1936
64 2462 Kit Brandon: pp. 31-62, TD with AD annotations, ca. 1936
64 2463 Kit Brandon: pp. n-z, aa-cc, a-q, TD with AD annotations, ca. 1936
64 2464 Kit Brandon: Book 2, pp. a-jj, TD, ca. 1936
64 2465 Kit Brandon: Book 3, pp. a-m, TD, ca. 1936
64 2466 Kit Brandon: Chapter 8, pp. 171-206, TD, ca. 1936
64 2467 Kit Brandon: pp. 270-335, TD, ca. 1936
64 2468 Kit Brandon: Chapters 18-20, pp. 312-343, TD, ca. 1936
64 2469 Kit Brandon: pp. 266-311, TD, ca. 1936
64 2470 Kit Brandon: Book 4 Chapter 14, pp. 246-265, TD, ca. 1936
64 2471 Kit Brandon: Letter to Edward C.M. Richards April 16, 1936; pp. 99-131, TD, ca. 1936
65 Kit Brandon: complete copy [purchase, Jack Potter, Bookseller, n.d.], ca. 1936
64 2472 Labor and its Leadership (two versions; published under title Boardwalk Fireworks) [see A Tense Occasion for variant essay on the same subject], TD and TDS, ca. 1935
64 2473 Labor and Sinclair Lewis, TD, n.d.
64 2474 Land ho!, AD, n.d.
64 2475 A Landed Proprietor, TD, n.d.
64 2476 Lankes, Virginia Woodcut man (two versions; see also J.J. Lankes, Wood Cutter), TD, n.d.
64 2477-2479 A Late Spring, AD, ca. 1938
64 2480 Laura Scherer Copenhaver [eulogy], printed [five copies], 1940
64 2481 Let's Go Shopping, AD, n.d.
64 2482 Let's Go Somewhere [from the Burton Emmett estate], AD, ca. 1929
64 2483 Let's Go Somewhere [from the Burton Emmett estate], TD, ca. 1929
64 2484 Let's Go Somewhere: A Letter, TD, ca. 1929
66 2485 Letter-a-day: Checklist, n.d.
66 2486 Letter-a-day, Jan. 1-5, 1932
66 2487 Letter-a-day, Jan. 6-10, 1932
66 2488 Letter-a-day, Jan. 11-14, 1932
66 2489 Letter-a-day, Jan. 15-19, 1932
66 2490 Letter-a-day, Jan. 20-25, 1932
66 2491 Letter-a-day, Jan. 26-31, 1932
66 2492 Letter-a-day, Feb. 1-6, 1932
66 2493 Letter-a-day, Feb. 7-12, 1932
66 2494 Letter-a-day, Feb. 13-18, 1932
66 2495 Letter-a-day, Feb. 19-24, 1932
66 2496 Letter-a-day, Feb. 25-28, 1932
66 2497 Letter-a-day, Mar. 1-7, 1932
66 2498 Letter-a-day, Mar. 8-15, 1932
66 2499 Letter-a-day, Mar. 16-22, 1932
66 2500 Letter-a-day, Mar. 23-31, 1932
67 2501 Letter-a-day, Apr. 1-5, 1932
67 2502 Letter-a-day, Apr. 6-9, 1932
67 2503 Letter-a-day, Apr. 10-12, 1932
67 2504 Letter-a-day, Apr. 13-18, 1932
67 2505 Letter-a-day, Apr. 19-24, 1932
67 2506 Letter-a-day, Apr. 25-30, 1932
67 2507 Letter-a-day, May 1-6, 1932
67 2508 Letter-a-day, May 7-11, 1932
67 2509 Letter-a-day, May 12-17, 1932
67 2510 Letter-a-day, May 18-21, 1932
67 2511 Letter-a-day, May 22-31, 1932
67 2512 Letter-a-day, Jun. 1-5, 1932
67 2513 Letter-a-day, Jun. 6-12, 1932
67 2514 Letter-a-day, Jun. 13-18, 1932
67 2515 Letter-a-day, Jun. 19-23, 1932
67 2516 Letter-a-day, Jun. 24-31, 1932
67 2517 Letter-a-day, Jul. 1-7, 1932
67 2518 Letter-a-day, Jul. 8-15, 1932
67 2519 Letter-a-day, Jul. 16-20, 1932
67 2520 Letter-a-day, Jul. 21-26, 1932
67 2521 Letter-a-day, Jul. 27-31, 1932
68 2522 Letter-a-day, Aug. 1-5, 1932
68 2523 Letter-a-day, Aug. 6-11, 1932
68 2524 Letter-a-day, Aug. 12-23, 1932
68 2525 Letter-a-day, Aug. 24-28, 1932
68 2526 Letter-a-day, Aug. 28-31, 1932
68 2527 Letter-a-day, Sept. 1-6, 1932
68 2528 Letter-a-day, Sept. 7-13, 1932
68 2529 Letter-a-day, Sept. 14-19, 1932
68 2530 Letter-a-day, Sept. 20-24, 1932
68 2531 Letter-a-day, Sept. 25-30, 1932
68 2532 Letter-a-day, Oct. 1-6, 1932
68 2533 Letter-a-day, Oct. 7-15, 1932
68 2534 Letter-a-day, Oct. 16-22, 1932
68 2535 Letter-a-day, Oct. 23-31, 1932
68 2536 Letter-a-day, Nov. 1-7, 1932
68 2537 Letter-a-day, Nov. 8-12, 1932
68 2538 Letter-a-day, Nov. 13-18, 1932
68 2539 Letter-a-day, Nov. 19-25, 1932
68 2540 Letter-a-day, Dec. 11, 16, 27, and 28, 1932
68 2541 Letter-a-day: typescript, copy 1: Jan. 5-Nov. 25, 1932, n.d.
69 2542 Letter-a-day: typescript, copy 2: Jan. 4-Nov. 24, 1932, n.d.
69 2543 Letter-a-day: unidentified and fragments, ca. 1932
69 2544-2545 Letter-a-day: first draft from Ray Lewis White, ca. 1988
69 2546 A Letter from Sherwood Anderson [re Valenti Angelo exhibit in San Francisco], photograph copy, n.d.
69 2547 Letter to Artists, AD, n.d.
69 2548 Letter to the Editor, re: Lynching, printed in Crisis, Jan. 1935
69 2549 Letter to the Editor [in Russian]: Revolution in our country is unavoidable, printed in Literaturnaia gazeta, Moscow, (see Oversize), Dec. 5, 1932
69 2550 Letter to an English Writer at $1500 a Week (two versions), AD and TD, ca. 1940
69 2551 Letters No. 1 and No. 2, AD, n.d.
69 2552 Letters of Sherwood Anderson (to son John and to Theodore Dreiser), printed in Harper's Bazaar (see Oversize), Feb. 1949
69 2553 Letters to Cynthia, AD and TD, n.d.
69 2554 Lift Up Thine Eyes [from the Burton Emmett estate], AD, 1930
69 2555 Lift Up Thine Eyes, TD, 1930
69 2556 Like a Queen (see also Alice), TD, n.d.
69 2557 Lincoln (see also Father Abraham), AD and TD, n.d.
69 2558 [Lincoln: essay], TD, n.d.
69 2559 A Lincoln Book that Should Live (a review of Nathaniel Wright Stephenson's Lincoln), TD, after 1922
69 2560 Lindsay and Masters (two versions), TD and printed in The New Republic, Dec. 25, 1935
69 2561 The Line-Up (two versions), TD and printed in American Spectator (see Oversize) Vol. II No. 20, June 1934
69 2562 Literary Farming, or The Drooping Tail [from the Burton Emmett estate], AD, n.d.
69 2563 The Little Magazines (two versions), AD and TD, ca. 1937
69 2564 Little People and Big Words (two versions), TD and printed in Reader's Digest, Sept. 1941
69 2565 A Living Force in Literature [D.H. Lawrence], printed in Brentano's Book Chat, Jun. 1921
69 2566 Look Out, Brown Man: The Lynchers are Loose, AD, ca. 1930
69 2567 The Lost Novel (two versions) [from the Burton Emmett estate], AD and TD, ca. 1928
69 2568 The Lost Novel, TD, ca. 1928
69 2569 The Loves of Herbert, AD (written on the back of another manuscript), n.d.
69 2570 Lumber, AD, n.d.
69 2571 Lumber Camp, AD, n.d.
69 2572 Lydia, AD, n.d.
69 2573 Lynching Story (two versions), AD and TD, n.d.
70 2574 Machine Song, photostat negative, ca. 1930
70 2575 A Man, TD, n.d.
70 2576 The Man and the Book (two versions), TD and photostat negative of printed version in the Reader magazine, Dec. 1903
70 2577 Man Has Hands: changes suggested by Anderson to Jasper Deeter, AD, n.d.
70 2578 Man Has Hands: A monologue, with chorus and pantomime [sic.] Fragments of unfinished play, n.d.
70 2579 Man Has Hands: Scenes I and II (five versions), TD, n.d.
70 2580 Man Has Hands: Scenes III and IV (two versions), TD, n.d.
70 2581 Man Has Hands: Scenes I-V, TD, n.d.
70 2582 Man Has Hands: Fragment of Act I Scene I, TD, n.d.
70 2583 Man Has Hands: Scene I, TD, n.d.
70 2584 Man Has Hands: Scene IV, TD, n.d.
70 2585 Man Has Hands: Act I Scene IV, TD, n.d.
70 2586 Man Has Hands: Act II Scene I, TD, n.d.
70 2587 Man Has Hands: Act II Scene II, TD, n.d.
70 2588 Man Has Hands: Act II Scene II [VI?], TD, n.d.
70 2589 A Man's Song of Life (two versions), AD and TD, ca. 1933
70 2590 The Man Who Became a Woman, Russian translation, printed in Russian newspaper Novy Mir (see Oversize), 1924
70 2591 [Man who began to steal], AD, n.d.
70 2592-2597 Many Marriages, TD and print galleys, ca. 1923
70 2598-2600 Many Marriages, TD, 1929
70 2601 Many Marriages, Preface, AD, n.d.
71 2602-2605 Marching Men: chapter guide by Amy Nyholm; and Books I-IV, AD and TD, 1917
72 2606-2608 Marching Men: Books V-VII, AD and TD, 1917
73 2609 Marion to Roanoke [from the Burton Emmett estate], AD, n.d.
73 2610-2611 Mary Cochran: an unfinished novel (incomplete), before 1919
73 2612 Mary Cochran, as annotated by Eleanor Anderson and Paul Rosenfeld, n.d.
73 2613 Maturity and Childhood, TDS, n.d.
73 2614 Maurer, [Alfred]. Note about and commentary on work by Anderson (see also Oversize), AD, n.d.
73 2615 Maurice Long, AD, n.d.
73 2616 Maury Maverick in San Antonio (three versions), AD and TD, ca. 1940
73 2617 Meeting Ring Lardner (incomplete), TD, ca. 1933
73 2618 A Meeting South, TD, ca. 1925
73 2619 Memoirs: Foreword [part I], AD, n.d.
73 2620 Memoirs: [untitled, begins All such men are...], AD, n.d.
73 2621 Memoirs: [untitled, begins The Anderson?...], AD, n.d.
73 2622 Memoirs: Foreword [part II], AD, n.d.
73 2623 Memoirs: A Dedication and An Explanation, AD, n.d.
73 2624 Memoirs: Big Fish, AD, n.d.
73 2625 Memoirs: Upward and Onward; and Significant Days, AD, n.d.
73 2626 Memoirs: Second Woman, AD, n.d.
73 2627 Memoirs: Third Woman, AD, n.d.
73 2628 Memoirs: New World, AD, n.d.
73 2629 Memoirs: Our Morning Roll Call, AD, n.d.
73 2630 Memoirs: Stella [note from Eleanor: "one of last things S. wrote"], AD, n.d.
74 2631 Memoirs: My Sister Stella: The Story of a Christian Life, TD and AD, n.d.
74 2632 Memoirs: III. Money! Money!, TD, n.d.
74 2633 Memoirs: Why, There's a Falling Star. Quick, Make A Wish. Money! Money!, AD, n.d.
74 2634 Memoirs: III. I See Grace Again, TD, n.d.
74 2635 Memoirs: I See Grace Again, AD, n.d.
74 2636 Memoirs: Marching ["We went into the fields. We marched."], AD, n.d.
74 2637 Memoirs: On the Up and Up (two versions), TD and AD, n.d.
74 2638 Memoirs: I Court a Rich Girl (two versions), TD and AD, n.d.
74 2639 Memoirs: What Time is It?, TD and AD, n.d.
74 2640 Memoirs: Street Car Conductor's Wife, AD, n.d.
74 2641 Memoirs: Rehearsal, AD, n.d.
74 2642 Memoirs: In 57th Street, AD, n.d.
74 2643 Memoirs: We Little Children of the Arts (two versions), AD and TD, n.d.
74 2644 Memoirs: Dave: A Man Afraid, AD, n.d.
74 2645 Memoirs: Bayard and Mary [Old Mary], AD, n.d.
74 2646 Memoirs: Old Mary, the Dogs, and Theda Bara, AD, n.d.
74 2647 Memoirs: Old Mary, the Dogs, and Theda Bara, TD, n.d.
74 2648 Memoirs: All Will Be Free (two versions), AD and TD, n.d.
74 2649 Memoirs: A Chance Missed (two versions), AD and TD, n.d.
74 2650 Memoirs: Ann and Jack, AD, n.d.
74 2651 Memoirs: The Conquering Male (Ann and Jack title crossed out), TD, n.d.
74 2652 Memoirs: The Conquering Male, AD, n.d.
74 2653 Memoirs: The Feeders, AD, n.d.
74 2654 Memoirs: The Young [Artist?] Crushed [parts used in Significant Days], AD, n.d.
74 2655 Memoirs: Chicago Days, ADS, n.d.
74 2656 Memoirs: Critic - [An Story Teller?] [re: John Chamberlain], AD, n.d.
74 2657 Memoirs: [miscellaneous notes: includes parts of First Love, Amateur Critic, Woman Over the Stove, Tom Mooney, These Southern Aristocrats, The Sandburg, Ben's Char Woman, Little Floods of Memories, Why the Colleges?, George...the Feeder, Random Notes, Aristocracy, A Mexican Village at Night, Weeks, Perhaps Women, Fat Men and Fat Women, Desire for Fame, Man With A Book, and My Sister], TD, n.d.
75 2658 Memoirs: Meeting Horace Liveright (two versions), AD and TD, n.d.
75 2659 Memoirs: Bertrand Russell and the Negro Women, AD, n.d.
75 2660 Memoirs: Business for Business, AD, n.d.
75 2661 Memoirs: Ben and Burton, AD, n.d.
75 2662 Memoirs: The Finding, AD, n.d.
75 2663 Memoirs: I'm a Fool, AD, n.d.
75 2664 Memoirs: More About Publishers, AD, n.d.
75 2665 Memoirs: I Build a House (two versions: TD is I Find a Home), AD and TD, n.d.
75 2666 Memoirs: Swinnterton, Bennett, Detective Story Men, AD, n.d.
75 2667 Memoirs: Letters, Autographs, and First Editions, AD, n.d.
75 2668 Memoirs: Dreiser's Party (two versions), AD and TD, n.d.
75 2669 Memoirs: More About Dreiser [title crossed out], TD, n.d.
75 2670 Memoirs: The walks in New York..., AD, n.d.
75 2671 Memoirs: The Purpose, AD, n.d.
75 2672 Memoirs: A Man (two versions), AD and TD, n.d.
75 2673 Memoirs: [A Man, part II: regarding Maurice Long], TD, n.d.
75 2674 Memoirs: [miscellaneous notes], AD, n.d.
75 2675 Memoirs: [fragments, including notes "To Be Remembered" and some blank numbered pages], TD, n.d.
75 2676 Memoirs: Rich Living, AD, n.d.
75 2677 Memoirs: Rudolph's Notes, AD, n.d.
75 2678 Memoirs: Rudolph's Note Book: Woman at Night, AD, n.d.
75 2679 Memoirs: [fragments, including Remainder [?] of Rudolph, Leona, Myself, Introduction to Rudolph, Titles, Note, White Spot, and list of books by Anderson], AD, n.d.
75 2680 Memoirs: We Whites and the Negroes, AD, n.d.
75 2681 Memoirs: The Negro Woman, AD, n.d.
75 2682 Memoirs: Listen, AD, n.d.
75 2683 Memoirs: Virginia: A Question and the Preface to an Idea, TD, n.d.
75 2684 Memoirs: [Impressions of ]An Inauguration, TD, n.d.
75 2685 Memoirs: "Assorted Essays" by D.H. Lawrence [see also Reviews: A Man's Mind, Assorted Articles by D.H. Lawrence], TD, n.d.
75 2686 Memoirs: The American Spectator, AD, n.d.
75 2687 Memoirs: Being A Writer (?)-Notes for Memoirs, AD, n.d.
75 2688 Memoirs: Letter to a Novelist, AD, n.d.
75 2689 Memoirs: [Word Death?: begins "Certain men...."], AD, n.d.
75 2690 Memoirs: A Man Friend, Maurice, AD, n.d.
75 2691 Memoirs: IX. Bicycles, Horses, and Men, TD, n.d.
75 2692 Memoirs: A Father and Son, TD, n.d.
76 2693 Memoirs: [fragment: Theodore Dreiser's Country, and handwritten note], TD and AD, n.d.
76 2694 Memoirs: Truly's Little House, AD, n.d.
76 2695 Memoirs: Tobacco Boy, AD, n.d.
76 2696 Memoirs: Search for a [Farm?], AD, n.d.
76 2697 Memoirs: Literary Success, TD and AD, n.d.
76 2698 Memoirs: I Become a Protestor, AD, n.d.
76 2699 Memoirs: Tim and General Grant; More and More, TD, n.d.
76 2700 Memoirs: The Other One (two versions), TD and AD, n.d.
76 2701 Memoirs: [untitled], AD, n.d.
76 2702 Memoirs: [untitled: begins, "I had taken a room in 57th St. in Chicago.], AD, n.d.
76 2703 Memoirs: [untitled: begins, "I went with E on a fall (?) day to see the old house in Chicago where I wrote Winesburg Ohio...], AD, n.d.
76 2704 Memoirs: Note [1 p.], AD, n.d.
76 2705 Memoirs: Omissions from, with notes from Eleanor Anderson, TD and AD, n.d.
76 2706 Memoirs: Outlines (two versions), TD, n.d.
76 2707 Memoirs: Abridged, printed in Omnibook, Jun. 1942
76 2708 Memories of Men, TD with AD annotations, n.d.
76 2709-2715 Men and Their Women, outline (TD) and manuscript, AD, n.d.
76 2716 Men and Their Women, fragments, and notes, AD and TD, n.d.
76 2717 A Mexican Night, TD, n.d.
76 2718 The Mink [incomplete; lacking pp. 1 and 21], AD, n.d.
77 2719 Mississippi Opera [fragments], AD and TD, n.d.
77 2720 Mr. And Mrs. Wase (two versions), TD, n.d.
77 2721 Mr. Joe's Doctor (a.k.a. The Two Doctors) (two versions), TD and printed in American magazine 118, pp. 81-82, Aug. 1934
77 2722 Mrs. Wife [a.k.a. A Moonlight Walk] (three versions), TD, TDS, and printed in Redbook 70, pp. 43-45, 100-104, Dec. 1937
77 2723 The Modern Writer (three versions), TD, n.d.
77 2724 Moonshine (four versions), TD, n.d.
77 2725 Morning Mail, TD, n.d.
77 2726 Mortimer, Ga. [notes on people], AD, n.d.
77 2727 Mother: A one-act play (two versions plus fragments), TD and AD, ca. 1934
77 2728 Mother: A one-act play [from the Burton Emmett estate], TD, 1934
77 2729 Mountain Boy, AD, n.d.
77 2730 A Mountain Dance (two versions), TDS, ca. 1927
77 2731 Nearer the Grass Roots, TD with annotations and printed, ca. 1928
77 2732 Negro Singing Again, AD, n.d.
77 2733 A New Chance For the Men of the Hills, Printed in Today (see Oversize; see also The T.V.A.), May 12, 1934
77 2734 New Orleans, The Double Dealer and the Modern Movement in America, printed in Double Dealer 3, pp. 119-124 [incomplete], Mar. 1922
77 2735 New Paths for Old, printed in Today (see Oversize), Apr. 7, 1934
77 2736-2738 A New Testament [see also Picasso], AD, TD, and print, n.d.
77 2739 New Words, printed in The Editor, Dec. 17, 1921
77 2740 New York (two versions), TD and printed, ca. 1927
77 2740a Newspapers: American Spectator (see Oversize), Feb., Apr., 1934
77 2741 Newspapers: Marion Democrat (see Oversize), scattered Oct. 4, 1927-Feb. 11, 1932
77 2742 Newspapers: Smyth County News (see Oversize), scattered Sept. 15, 1927-Aug. 15, 1931
77 2743 Night in a Corn Town, TD, n.d.
77 2744 No Account, TD and AD, n.d.
78 2745-2751 No Love (novel), AD, ca. 1930
78 2752 No Swank, printed in Today (see Oversize), Nov. 11, 1933
78 2753 Nobody Knows, AD, n.d.
78 2754 Nobody's Home (four versions), TD and printed in Today (see also Oversize), Mar. 30, 1935
78 2755 The Northwest, TD, n.d.
78 2756 Not Sixteen (five versions), AD, TDS, and TD, n.d.
78 2757 Note on Charlie, AD, n.d.
78 2758 A Note on Story Tellers, TD, ca. 1927
78 2759 Notebooks: Notes on Manuscripts read, Boulder (Colorado) Writer's School, AD, n.d.
78 2760 Notebooks: Small Black Notebook No. 1, Paris [title in Eleanor Anderson's hand], AD, n.d.
78 2761 Notebooks: Notebook No. 2 [Paris?] [title in Eleanor Anderson's hand], AD, 1927
78 2762 Notebooks: [Notebook No. 3-title in Eleanor Anderson's hand] Sherwood Anderson, Paris, AD, Feb. 11-27, 1927
79 2763 Notebooks: Paris, AD, 1921?
79 2763a Notebooks: Paris, AD, 1921?: transcription of the work by Professor Janice E. Cole, Carol L. Fogler, Ann G. Gearing, Barbara A. Gerlach, and Harriet E. Kern, Hood College, 1968
79 2764 Notebooks: AD, ca. 1920-1924
79 2765 Notebooks: #2, AD, 1930
79 2766 Notebooks: AD, 1931-1932
79 2767 Notebooks: AD, 1932
79 2768 Notebooks: fragment, AD, 1926
79 2769 Notebooks: Schoolbox note book: Contents: Whose life is this? I build my house, Advertising office [begins, "The hole...that was something."], TD, n.d.
79 2770 Notes... , TD, n.d.
79 2771 Notes [includes letter to Burton Emmett], AD, n.d.
79 2772 Notes for Speeches, AD, n.d.
79 2773 Notes on Living, TDS, n.d.
79 2774 Notes Out of a Man's Life (two versions), AD and printed in Vanity Fair (see Oversize), ca. 1926
79 2775 [Notes re: breakdown in hospital. Includes dictated letter to Cornelia Anderson; notes kept during amnesia trip, sent to Cornelia Anderson in envelope postmarked Nov. 30, 1912; and note marked "Dictated at hospital"], AD, 1912
79 2776 O, New York, TD, n.d.
79 2777 Oh, The Big Words! Printed in New York Herald Tribune's This Week Magazine (see Oversize), p. 2, Mar. 31, 1940
79 2778 Ohio: I'll Say We've Done Well, printed in The Nation, Aug. 9, 1922
79 2779 An Ohio Pagan, TD, n.d.
79 2780 Ohio Pagans: A Romance of Life in Mid-America, pp. 1-100, TD, n.d.
80 2781-2782 Ohio Pagans: A Romance of Life in Mid-America, pp. 101-251, TD, n.d.
80 2783-2784 Ohio Pagans, fragments, AD and TD, n.d.
80 2785 Old Mississippi River Men [from the Burton Emmett estate], n.d.
80 2786 On Being a Country Editor [a.k.a. The Country Editor], TD, with editor's note, ca. 1928
80 2787 On the Journey to Fame and Fortune (two versions), TD, n.d.
80 2788 On Literary Lecturing, TD, n.d.
80 2789 On the Loose [a.k.a. Ned on the Loose], AD, ca. after 1930
80 2790 Open Letter to the President [a.k.a. Listen Mr. President] (four versions), TD, Aug. 1932
80 2791 Other Men's Houses [see also Another Man's House] (three versions), AD and TD, n.d.
80 2792 Pastoral [complete with two fragments], TD, ca. 1940
80 2793 Paul Rosenfeld, TD, n.d.
80 2794 Paying for Old Sins [Reviews of Stars Fell on Alabama and The Ways of White Folks] (three versions), TD and printed in Nation 139, Jul. 11, 1934
80 2795 Peace on Earth [preface to the Sklar and Maltz play] (three versions), ca. 1934
80 2796-2799 Perhaps Women (four versions), AD, TD, and TDS, ca. 1931
81 2800 The Persistent Liar (four versions), AD, TD, and TDS, n.d.
81 2801 Personal Protest, TD, ca. 1937
81 2802 Personalities: The American Man and His American Earth, TD, n.d.
81 2803 The Philosopher, reprinted in Encore, Aug. 1943
81 2804 Picasso: A Man Who Speaks Out of a New Confusion [see also A New Testament], AD, n.d.
81 2805 Pick the Right War (three versions), AD and TD, n.d.
81 2806 A Plan [a.k.a. Please Let me Explain] (four versions), TD and printed in Modern Monthly 7, pp. 13-16, Feb. 1933
81 2807-2808 Playthings [a.k.a. Nobody Laughed; the Town's Playthings] (eight versions), AD, TD, and TDS, n.d.
81 2809 Poetry: "Breathe softly, fire!" [authorship uncertain], TD, n.d.
81 2810 Poetry: The Cornfields, TD, ca. 1938
81 2811 Poetry: A Cowboy Song, TD, ca. 1919
81 2812 Poetry: Five poems printed by the Quercus press, San Mateo, California. Contents: Morning in Chicago, Oblivion, In the Fields, Irene, and Man in the Road (two copies), ca. 1918
81 2813 Poetry: The Man in the Dress Suit, TD, n.d.
81 2813a Poetry: The Negro Boy [authorship uncertain], n.d.
81 2814 Poetry: Second Coming, TD, n.d.
81 2815 Poetry: Shake That Thing, TD (see also Family Correspondence, to Eleanor, Sept. 1930), ca. 1930
81 2816 Poor White: Notes; numbers taken from old script, TD, n.d.
81 2817 Poor White: Preface to the Modern Library Edition, TD, n.d.
81 2818 Poor White: Scenario (see Oversize), TD, ca. 1921
81 2819 The Price of Aristocracy, printed in Today (see Oversize), Mar. 10, 1934
81 2820 Primitives (seven versions), AD and TD, n.d.
81 2821-2822 [Print shop miscellany, culled by Eleanor Anderson in Anderson's print shop after his death], AD and TD, n.d.
82 2823-2827 [Print shop miscellany, culled by Eleanor Anderson in Anderson's print shop after his death], AD and TD, n.d.
82 2828 [Professor and girl killed by car] (title supplied by Eleanor Anderson), AD, n.d.
82 2829 Prohibition, TD, ca. 1927
82 2830 A Protest and a Suggestion (including AL to Burton Emmett), TD, n.d.
82 2831 Puzzled America: Introduction - Success, AD, ca. 1935
82 2832 The Rabbit-Pen, reprinted by Readers & Writers magazine, Apr. 1968
82 2833 Real - Unreal [from the Burton Emmett estate], TDS, ca. 1930
82 2834 The Red Dog, AD, n.d.
82 2835 Rehearsal, TD, n.d.
82 2836 Remarkable Marion Business: Old Industry Re-Awakening Here, reprinted from the Marion Democrat, Jan. 1928
82 2837 The Return (two versions), TD and TDS, ca. 1925
83 2838 Review: Henry Beetle Hough's "Country Editor", TD, Jul. 31, 1940
83 2839 Reviews: "A Man's Mind, Assorted Articles by D.H. Lawrence" (four versions), TD and printed in The New Republic, May 21, 1930 and in the Smyth County news (see Oversize) [see also Memoirs: Assorted Essays by D.H. Lawrence, June 12, 1930], 1930
83 2840 Revolt in South Dakota, TD, n.d.
83 2841 Rex Tugwell - Give Him a Break, TDS, n.d.
83 2842 Ripshin House, Ripshin Farm, Grayson County, Virginia (three versions), TD, n.d.
83 2843 Roar of Machines [fragment], AD, n.d.
83 2844 [Roosevelt speech Sherwood wrote for Eleanor Anderson to use on street corners], AD, Oct. 1940
83 2845 Samovar, proof sheet from The Spectator, Jul. 1934
83 2846 San Francisco at Christmas (two versions), TD and printed in the San Francisco Chronicle (see also Oversize), Dec. 24, 1939
83 2847 [School bond election material for Owensboro]. Contents: Our Citizenship Factories; What does the Children's Parade Mean?; Can Citizenship Grow in a Cellar?; The New Year in Owensboro; Who Pays the bills for Better Schools?; Penny Wise, Pound Foolish; Making the Future, TD, n.d.
83 2848 Seeds (two versions), AD and printed, ca. 1918
83 2849 A Sentimental Journey (three versions), TD and printed in Vanity Fair 29, Jan. 1928, and the Evening Standard, Apr. 23, 1936 (see also Oversize for both print versions), 1928-1936
83 2850 Seven --- Alive [re: Stieglitz show], TD, ca. 1933
83 2851 Sherwood Anderson Goes Home (see Oversize), printed in Today, Dec. 8, 1934
83 2852 Sherwood Anderson Recalls the Days When Chicago Was the Capital of American Literature, printed, Dec. 4, 1940
83 2853 Sherwood Anderson to Theodore Dreiser (a.k.a. Assert, Assert), TD, ca. 1933
83 2854 Sherwood Anderson Writes of Himself, printed in publicity brochure, n.d.
83 2855 Sherwood Anderson's Notebook, TD and printed, n.d.
83 2856 Sherwood Anderson's Notebook, Foreword (two versions), ADS and TD, ca. 1926
83 2857 Sherwood Anderson's Notebook, proof sheets to prefatory material, ca. 1926
83 2858 The Shot in the Dark [from the Burton Emmett estate], AD, n.d.
83 2859 Sidney and Jane Bollinger (two versions), AD and TD, n.d.
83 2860 Small Town Notes: [five episodes, untitled; two versions of the last three episodes], TD and printed, n.d.
83 2861 Small Town Notes: Ashamed (two versions), TD, n.d.
83 2862 Small Town Notes: Ashamed [from the Burton Emmett estate], incomplete, AD, n.d.
83 2863 Small Town Notes: Deputy Pete (three versions), TD and printed, published in Vanity Fair as "Small Town Notes: Showing How the Eighteenth Amendment has Added Colour to Rural Life in America", ca. 1929
83 2864 Small Town Notes: In the County Jail (two versions), TD, n.d.
83 2864a The Smith a Mighty Man Was He: A Play in One Act, ADS (photocopy: original in Floyd Dell Papers [Midwest MS Dell], Newberry Library, in Works By Others - Anderson, Sherwood), n.d.
83 2865 Snowy Nights [from the Burton Emmett estate], AD, ca. 1928
83 2866 So You Want to Be a Writer? [a.k.a. Being a Writer] (two versions), printed in the Reader's Digest, and reprinted in the Saturday Review Cavalcade, 1940-1950
83 2867 Soldiers (two versions), AD and TD, n.d.
83 2868 Soliloquy: Fine Sleighing on Main Street but Where are the Sleighs? TD, ca. 1929
83 2869 Soliloquy: Fine Sleighing on Main Street but Where are the Sleighs? [from the Burton Emmett estate] TD, ca. 1928
84 2870 Song for E., AD, n.d.
84 2871 Song of Stephen the Westerner [in Greek], printed in Neohellenic Letters, Athens, Greece (see Oversize), Sept. 28, 1940
84 2872 Song of the Tiny One, photostatic negative, n.d.
84 2873 The South (five versions), AD and TD, ca. 1926
84 2874 Speak-Easy (two versions), TD and printed, n.d.
84 2875 Speeches: [four speeches written for Eleanor Anderson], AD, 1932-1933
84 2876 Speeches: America, A Storehouse of Vitality (two versions), TD, 1931-1932
84 2877 Speeches: Apology for Not Making a Speech, TD, n.d.
84 2878 Speeches: Athens, Georgia - to Georgia State Meeting of Newspaper Men (three versions), TD, Feb. 1931
84 2879 Speeches: Barr - Ransom Debate, Richmond VA, Introduction (two versions), TD, Nov. 14, 1930
84 2880 Speeches: [Burlesque on Opening Speech for a YWCA Conference], Asheville, NC, AD, ca. 1936
84 2881 Speeches: Chicago Speech, TD, Jan. 23, [n.d.]
84 2882 Speeches: The Creative Impulse (two copies, one incomplete), TD, n.d.
84 2883 Speeches: The Creative Impulse (second version, incomplete), TD, n.d.
84 2884 Speeches: "Difficulty of talking of art", outline, TD, n.d.
84 2885 Speeches: Doorways to a New World (three versions plus fragments), TD, AD, n.d.
84 2886 Speeches: ["In the Southern textile industry...." AD, n.d.
84 2887 Speeches: Ivanhoe high school graduation exercises: literary address (two versions, with program), TD, May 29, 1938
84 2888 Speeches: Journalism [outline of speech for the University of Utah], n.d.
84 2889-2890 Speeches: Journalism and the Young Writer (three versions), AD and TD, n.d.
84 2891 Speeches: A Long Dissertation to an Unknown Soldier [including story of him and Ben Hecht] (two versions), TD, n.d.
85 2892-2899 Speeches: Man and his Imagination (8 versions), TD, n.d.
85 2900 Speeches: Man and his Imagination, fragment, TD, n.d.
85 2901 Speeches: The Newspaper and the Machine Age [from the Burton Emmett estate, with ALS to Emmett], TD, ca. 1928
85 2902-2903 Speeches: The Newspaper and the Machine Age (four versions), TD and printed, ca. 1928
85 2904 Speeches: Newspapers, No. 1: The City Daily (three versions) (Northwestern University, Harris Lectures), TD, n.d.
85 2905 Speeches: Newspapers, No. 2: The Country Weekly (three versions) (Northwestern University, Harris Lectures), TD, n.d.
85 2906 Speeches: Olivet [College] (two versions plus two fragments), TD, n.d.
85 2907 Speeches: Personalities [about writers], Colorado, 1937
85 2908 Speeches: [Regional Literature], TD, n.d.
85 2909 Speeches: Southern Women in Industry (three versions), TD, Feb. 3, 1931
85 2910 Speeches: To Striking Mine Workers of Danville, Va. (five versions), TD and printed in The Hosiery Worker, Jan. 13, 1931
85 2911 Speeches: Theater Speech (outline; two versions), TD, n.d.
85 2911a Speeches: William Vaughn Moody, TD, n.d.
85 2912 Speeches: A Writer's Conception of Realism; an address delivered on January 20, 1939 at Olivet College, printed (second version printed in The Writer), 1939-1941
85 2913 Speeches: Writer's Conference, Boulder, Colorado; 3 speeches, 1937
85 2914 Speeches: The Younger Generation (two versions), TD and printed in the Sunday Magazine Section of the Richmond Times-Dispatch (see also Oversize), Sunday, Oct. 3, 1937
85 2915 Speeches, fragments, TD and AD, n.d.
86 2916 Stand in Line, Boys (three versions), AD and TD, n.d.
86 2917 Statement [to Greek Americans] (two versions), TD and printed in Greek and English in a Greek newspaper, Nov. 30, 1940
86 2918 Steve Crane (two versions), TD and printed proof sheets, n.d.
86 2919 Stolen Day, photocopy of newspaper article (incomplete), Chicago Tribune This Week, Apr. 27, 1941
86 2920 A Stonewall Jackson Man (two versions), TD and printed in The American Spectator, p. 6, Dec. 1934
86 2921 Story Boy, AD, n.d.
86 2922 A Story of Steel, TDS, n.d.
86 2923-2931 A Story Teller's Story, TD, ca. 1924
86 2932-2933 A Story Teller's Story [purchase, Serendipity Bookshop, Berkeley, CA, 1976], TD, ca. 1924
86 2934 Strange Interlude, AD, n.d.
86 2935 The Strike, AD, n.d.
86 2936 Success (Introduction), TD, n.d.
86 2937 Sugar Making [either incomplete or unfinished], AD, n.d.
87 2938-2952 Talbot Whittingham [Eleanor Anderson's order of materials maintained; see also Another Man's House], AD and TD, ca. 1912-1915
88 2953-2959 Tar, AD and TD, ca. 1926
88 2960-2961 Tar, fragments, AD and TD, ca. 1926
88 2962 Tar: A Mid-American Childhood (four versions), TD, ca. 1926
88 2962a Tar: The Story of a Mid-American Childhood ("complete draft"), TD, ca. 1926
88 2963 The T.V.A. (two versions; see also A New Chance for the Men of the Hills), TD, ca. 1934
88 2964 A Tense Occasion (two versions) [see Labor and its Leadership for variant essay on the same subject], TD, ca. 1935
88 2965 Testament of an Old Man, TD, n.d.
88 2966 Textiles (A Short Play) (two versions and a fragment), AD and TD, n.d.
89 2967-2973 Thanksgiving (several versions and fragments), AD and TD, early 1930's
89 2974 That Sophistication: A Study Without Design of a Little Group of Serious Self-Cultivators Gambolling in the Elysian Fields of Paris (four versions), TD, printed, and photostatic negative of article printed in Vanity Fair, n.d.
89 2975 That Sophistication [from the Burton Emmett estate], TD, n.d.
89 2976 The Theater in my Town, TD, n.d.
89 2977 Theodore Dreiser, TD, 1923
89 2978 These Mountaineers (three versions), AD, TD, and printed, ca. 1930
89 2979 These Mountaineers [from the Burton Emmett estate], AD, ca. 1930
89 2980 They Can Take It (two versions), TD, n.d.
89 2981 They Come Bearing Gifts, printed, ca. 1930
89 2982-2984 They Married Later: A One-Act Play (four versions), n.d.
89 2985-2991 They Shall Be Free: A Play, Period 1910 (also called, They Shall Be Free: A Play Concerning the Coming of the Factories), (several versions and fragments), TD, n.d.
89 2992 They Wanted Their Jobs: The Tale of a Union Meeting Down South (printed in Today Magazine as A Tale of a Union Meeting Down South: "Tom Grey Could So Easily Lead Them.") (two versions), TD and printed in Today, Mar. 24, 1934 (see also Oversize), ca. 1934
90 2993 This Female World [from the Burton Emmett estate], AD, n.d.
90 2994-2995 This is New York, Act I and Act II Scene I, AD, n.d.
90 2996 This Southland, TD, n.d.
90 2997 The Times and the Towns (three versions), TD, n.d.
90 2998 Three Recitations for Voice and Orchestra, I. The Lame One. Sherwood Anderson; music by Harry Hewitt. AD music (see Oversize), n.d.
90 2999 To Jasper Deeter - a Letter (two versions), AD and TD, n.d.
90 3000 To Say "I'm the One": An Adventure, AD, 1933
90 3001 Tobacco Boy (incomplete), TD, n.d.
90 3002 Tobacco Market, TD, n.d.
90 3003 Tobacco Market: A Play, TD, n.d.
90 3004 Tom Flanagan (two versions), TD and AD, n.d.
90 3005 Tom Wolfe's Town, AD with photocopy, ca. 1938
90 3006 Tough Babes in the Woods (see Oversize), printed in Today, Feb. 10, 1934
90 3007 Towns Ho! TD, n.d.
90 3008 Travel Note, AD, n.d.
90 3009 Travel Notes, AD, n.d.
90 3010 A Traveler's Notes: Adrift (Drifting) in Georgia (two versions), AD and printed in the Marion Democrat (photocopy), Feb. 4, 1930
90 3011 Triumph of the Egg (play), adapted from the short story by Raymond O'Neil (two versions), TD and printed, 1932
90 3012 The Triumph of a Modern, printed in The New Republic, pp. 245-247, Jan. 31, 1923
90 3013 Trumpeteer, TD, 1933
90 3014 Two Advertising Men (two versions), TD, n.d.
90 3015 Two Brothers (see also How Green the Grass), AD, n.d.
90 3016 Two Lovers, printed in Story 14, pp. 16-25, Jan.-Feb. 1939
90 3017 Under the Smoke Screen: A Play, TD, n.d.
90 3018 Unfinished Novel (about Jim Turner and Sylvesta Hurd), TD, n.d.
90 3019 [Untitled: begins, For a year now I have been thinking of writing a certain book...] (two versions), TD, n.d.
90 3020 [Untitled: begins, I had returned to my native Ohio small town..., in letter to Reader's Digest], TD, May 23, 1940
90 3021 [Untitled: begins, On my farm in Virginia is a man who has been there, a farmer, for 12 years. Pencilled on top: Original Article.] TD, n.d.
90 3022 [Untitled: South Dakota farmers' meeting], AD, n.d.
90 3023 [Untitled: begins, What is wanted is an organization of women for the defence of democracy.] (three copies), TD, n.d.
91 3024 Unused: A Tale of Life in Ohio, TD, n.d.
91 3025 V.F. Calverton, TD, ca. 1940
91 3026 Values, AD, n.d.
91 3027 Village Wassail (a.k.a. When Does Relieve Relieve?) (two versions), TD and printed in Today (see Oversize), Jan. 26, 1935
91 3028 Virginia: A Question and the Preface to An Idea (two versions) [from the Burton Emmett estate], AD and TD, ca. 1929
91 3029 Virginia Justice, printed in Today (see Oversize), Jul. 21, 1934
91 3030 The Virginia Squire Passes, printed in Northern Virginia Daily, Aug. 4, 1938
91 3031 Walt Whitman, TDS, n.d.
91 3032 We Go To the Movies, TD, n.d.
91 3033 We Little Children of the Arts, TD, n.d.
91 3034 The Wettest Spot (three versions), TD, n.d.
91 3035 What of the Nerves? ADS, n.d.
91 3036 What Say: Clarence Darrow (incomplete), TD, n.d.
91 3037 What Say: A Day in Washington; The Story of a Day of Failure [from the Burton Emmett estate], TD, n.d.
91 3038 What Say: Experimental Land Education [from the Burton Emmett estate], AD, n.d.
91 3039 What Say: Hell Bound for Culture, TD, n.d.
91 3040 White Man, a Play (incomplete; two versions), AD and TD, plus a copy of a painting by Gilliam S. Schwartz, n.d.
91 3041 The White Streak, printed in Smart Set 55, pp. 27-30, Jul. 1918
91 3042 Who's Tobacco? (two versions), TD, n.d.
91 3043 Why and How I Became a Writer (incomplete), TD, n.d.
91 3044 Why I Live Where I Live (three versions, including print version in The Golden Book Magazine), AD, TD, and printed, Nov. 1932
91 3045 Why Men Write, TD, ca. 1936
91 3046 Why They Got Married (nine versions; see also Oversize), TD, TDS, and printed, ca. 1929
91 3047 Will and Helen, AD and TD, ca. Aug. 1939
92 Winesburg, Ohio - original manuscript, AD, 1919
(also available on microfilm),
93 3048 Winesburg, Ohio: table of contents, TD, ca. 1919
93 3049-3052 Winesburg, Ohio: photocopy of original
93 3053 Winesburg, Ohio, Introduction to French Translation
93 3054 Winesburg, Ohio: The Teacher, reprinted in The New York Post (see Oversize), May 6, 1951
93 3055 Winesburg, Ohio (Play), Note of Introduction, ca. 1937
93 3056-3059 Winesburg, Ohio (Play), AD, ca. ca.19371937
94 3060-3063 Winesburg, Ohio (Play), AD, ca. 1937
94 3064 Winesburg, Ohio (Play), fragments, TD, ca. 1937
94 3065 Winesburg, Ohio (Play), variants and fragments, TD and AD, ca. 1937
94 3066 Winesburg, Ohio, A Play by Gerry Morrison, TD,
94 3067-3068 Winesburg, Ohio, Dramatized by Christopher Sergel, autographed to Eleanor Anderson, TD and photocopied, 1957
94 3069 Winesburg and other Plays - introductory pages, TD and AD, ca. 1937
95 3070 Winter (American Small Town), TD, n.d.
95 3071 Winter Day in New York, TDS, ca. 1934
95 3072 Woman at Night, TD, n.d.
95 3073 The Womans in the Car -- A Diversion, TD, n.d.
95 3074 The Woman in the Yellow Gown, AD, n.d.
95 3075 The Woman of the Jeweled Hands (two versions), TD, n.d.
95 3076 Women's Life in the Towns, TD, n.d.
95 3077 The Writer and a Woman (incomplete), AD, n.d.
95 3078-3084 Writer's Book, AD original and photocopy, n.d.
95 3085 A Writer's Notes, TD, ca. Aug. 1932
95 3086 The Writer's Trade [from the Burton Emmett estate], TDS, n.d.
95 3087 The Writer's Trade (two versions), TD and printed, n.d.
95 3088 The Yellow Gown (formerly called The Masterpiece), TD, n.d.
95 3089 You Be the American Zola (published as Backstage With a Martyr) (three versions), TD and AD, n.d.
96 3090 (Other Writers) Anderson, David. Emerging Awareness in Sherwood Anderson's Tar, printed in Ohioana, Summer 1961
96 3091 (Other Writers) Anderson, David. Sherwood Anderson After Twenty Years, printed in The Midwest Quarterly, Vol. III No. 2, Winter, 1962
96 3092 (Other Writers) Anderson, David. Sherwood Anderson and the Coming of the New Deal, reprinted from Criticism and Culture, Papers of the Midwest Modern Language Association, No. 2 (two copies), 1972
96 3093 (Other Writers) Anderson, David. Sherwood Anderson's Use of the Lincoln Theme, printed in Lincoln Herald, Vol. 64 No. 1, Spring 1962
96 3094 (Other Writers) Anderson, David. Sherwood Anderson, Virginia Journalist, printed in The Newberry Library Bulletin special Sherwood Anderson Number, Vol. VI No. 8, Jul. 1971
96 3095 (Other Writers) Anderson, Karl. My Brother, Sherwood Anderson (two versions), AD and printed in Saturday Review of Literature Vol. XXXI No. 36, Sept. 4, 1948
96 3096-3099 Other Writers) Anderson, Karl. One Was a Celibate; or, Knots in the Weaver's Loom, TD, n.d.
96 3100 (Other Writers) Anderson, Robert. Thwarted Ambitions. With a Foreword by Sherwood Anderson, printed by the Marion Publishing Company, n.d.
96 3101 (Other Writers) Anderson, Tennessee Mitchell. Autobiography, AD with ALS to Sherwood Anderson, Oct. 8, 1929
96 3102 (Other Writers) Bailly, Albert. Sherwood Anderson: Romancier Americain, printed in La Battaille Litteraire (Bruxelles), Sept. 25, 1921
96 3103 (Other Writers) Bartlett, Margaret Thornton ("Monte"). The Back Fence and the Stars: letters from Sherwood Anderson, TD (photocopy), 1948
96 3104 (Other Writers) Benchley, Robert. A Ghost Story (As Sherwood Anderson Would Write It If He Weren't Prevented), printed in Life Magazine, n.d.
96 3105 (Other Writers) Briganti, Julia. [interview with Sherwood Anderson], AD with TD note to Eleanor Anderson, 1930's
96 3106 (Other Writers) Burrow, Trigant. Psychoanalytic Improvisations and the Personal Equation, reprinted from the Psychoanalytic Review, Vol. XIII No. 2, Apr. 1926
96 3107 (Other Writers) Copenhaver, Laura. [1-page biography of Sherwood Anderson], TDS, n.d.
96 3108 (Other Writers) Daugherty, George. So We Think!, TD, 1938
96 3109 (Other Writers) Derleth, August William. Elegy: South Wind Rising, for Sherwood Anderson, TD, 1942
96 3110 (Other Writers) Dimanov, Sergei. Sherwood Anderson: American Writer, printed in International Literature, vol. 4, Oct. 1933
96 3111 (Other Writers) Dreiser, Theodore. Poetry; Sonnet (TD) and Recent Poems of Love and Sorrow, printed in Vanity Fair, Sept. 1926
96 3112 (Other Writers) Duchartre, Pierre-Louis. Poesies, printed in Mercure de France, inscribed to Anderson, Nov. 16, 1919
96 3113 (Other Writers) Emmett, Burton. Notes Regarding Collecting etc., negative photostat of AD, Oct. 1927
97 3114 (Other Writers) Fagin, Bryllion. Sherwood Anderson, reprinted from the South Atlantic Quarterly, Vol. XLIII, No. 3, autographed, Jul. 1944
97 3115 (Other Writers) Farrell, James T. Notes on the Sherwood Anderson Speech [at the Newberry Library], AD, 1948-1949
97 3116 (Other Writers) Farrell, James T. Tributo a Sherwood Anderson, printed in Babel: Revista de Arte y Critica, Mar.-Apr. 1946
97 3117 (Other Writers) Faulkner, William. Sherwood Anderson, An Appreciation, printed in The Atlantic Monthly, Jun. 1953
97 3118 (Other Writers) Feibleman, James. Democracy and the Middle Class Rule of Reason, reprinted from Ethics, Vol. LXVIII, No. 4, Jul. 1938
97 3119 (Other Writers) Feibleman, James. Liberal Democracy and the Class Struggle, TD, n.d.
97 3120 (Other Writers) Flanagan, John T. The Permanence of Sherwood Anderson, printed in Southwest Review, Summer 1950
97 3121 (Other Writers) Frank, Waldo. Emerging Greatness (printed); and Manifesto (TD), n.d.
97 3122 (Other Writers) Funk, Charles. My First Meeting With Sherwood, TD, 1949
97 3123 (Other Writers) Greear, Caroline. Sherwood Anderson as a Mountain Family Knew Him, TD, ca. 1943
97 3124 (Other Writers) Hanline, Maurice A. The Symphony of the Moon, printed 1922, autographed Jan. 28, 1932
97 3125 (Other Writers) Herbst, Josephine. Ubiquitous Critics and the Author, printed in the Newberry Library Bulletin, Vol. V No. 1, Dec. 1958
97 3126 (Other Writers) Hilton, Earl. The Evolution of Sherwood Anderson's Brother Death, printed in Northwest Ohio Quarterly, Vol. XXIV No. 3, Summer 1952
97 3127 (Other Writers) Koskull, Baroness Marie-Louise de. Depression - Impressions, TD, n.d.
97 3128 (Other Writers) Lawry, Jon S. The Artist in America: The Case of Sherwood Anderson, printed in Ball State University Forum, Vol. 7 No. 2, Spring 1966
97 3129 (Other Writers) Lovett, Robert Morss. Sherwood Anderson, printed in The New Republic, Nov. 25, 1936
97 3130 (Other Writers) Miller, Henry. From the Colossus of Maroussi, TD, 1941
97 3131 (Other Writers) Monnier, Marie. Notes on her Art, AD (see also Valery, Paul), n.d.
97 3132 (Other Writers) O'Brien, Edward. Hard Sayings by Edward O'Brien, TD, n.d.
97 3133 (Other Writers) Phillips, William L. The First Printing of Winesburg Ohio, reprinted from Studies in Bibliography: Papers of the Bibliographical Society of the University of Virginia, Vol. 4, 1951-1952
97 3134 (Other Writers) Phillips, William L. How Sherwood Anderson Wrote Winesburg, Ohio, reprinted from American Literature Vol. 23 No. 1 with autograph inscription to the Newberry Staff, Mar. 1951
97 3135 (Other Writers) Phillips, William L. Sherwood Anderson's Two Prize Pupils, printed in the University of Chicago Magazine (two copies), Jan. 1955
97 3136 (Other Writers) Prescott, Joseph, Sex in Literature, printed in The English Leaflet, Vol. XXXV Number 312, with ALS to Mr. Anderson, May, 1936
97 3137 (Other Writers) Richter, Irving S. Throbs and Fancies, TD with inscription to Sherwood Anderson, 1923
97 3138 (Other Writers) Rideout, Walter B., and James B. Meriwether. On the Collaboration of Faulkner and Anderson, reprinted from American Literature, Vol. XXXV No. 1, Mar. 1963
97 3139 (Other Writers) Rosenfeld, Paul. Randolph Bourne, printed, n.d.
97 3140 (Other Writers) Rosenfeld, Paul. Sherwood Anderson, printed, n.d.
97 3141 (Other Writers) Sandburg, Carl. [Poem] Sherwood Anderson, TDS, Jan. 1918
97 3142 (Other Writers) Sander, Peter. The Dreams of Manhood: A Teleplay Adapted from the Work of Sherwood Anderson, TD, 1977
97 3143 (Other Writers) Sergel, Roger. Sherwood Anderson: Biographical Sketch; and Foreword (memoirs?) and 1940, n.d.
97 3144 (Other Writers) Shaker, Ben. The Story of the Film [film treatment with request for Sherwood Anderson to write the narrative], TD with ALS from John [Anderson, son], n.d.
97 3145 (Other Writers) Smith, Arthur H. An Authentic History of Winesburg, Holmes County, Ohio, printed by the author, 1930
97 3146 (Other Writers) Sutton, William A. Exit to Elsinore, printed, Ball State Monograph No. 7 (two copies), 1967
97 3147 (Other Writers) Sutton, William A. The Revision of "Seeds", printed, Ball State Monography No. 25, 1976
98 3148 (Other Writers) Takada, Kenichi. Beyond Desire: Sherwood Anderson's Unpublished "Introduction" and "Review", reprinted from Bulletin of the Faculty of General Education, Utsunomiya University No. 17, Sec. 1, 1985
98 3149 (Other Writers) Tanselle, G. Thomas. Review of and supplement to Sheehy and Lohf's Sherwood Anderson: A Bibliography, printed (Wisconsin Studies and Papers of the Bibliographical Society of America, respectively) and 1962, n.d.
98 3150 (Other Writers) Taylor, Dr. Welford D. Journey With an American Adventurer, printed in UR Magazine, Vol. 39 No. 3, Summer 1976
98 3151 (Other Writers) Taylor, Dr. Welford D. Sherwood Anderson, printed in Virginia Cavalcade, Vol. XIX No. 4, Spring 1970
98 3152 (Other Writers) Thieben, Dr. Ludwig. Man, Animal, and Machine, TD, n.d.
98 3153 (Other Writers) Unidentified Authors, three works, AD and TD, n.d.
98 3154 (Other Writers) Valery, Paul. Preface, AD (see also Monnier, Marie), n.d.
98 3155 (Other Writers) Various. Homages to Sherwood Anderson, by Alfred Stieglitz, Theodore Dreiser, Paul Rosenfeld, Waldo Frank, Harry Hansen, Harry Roskolenko, Julius W. Friend, Gertrude Stein, Lewis Galantiere, Thomas Wolfe, Henry Miller, William Saroyan, Jesse Stuart, Winifred Bland, Kenneth Patchen, James Boyd, Ben Hecht, Manuel Komroff, Ferner Nuhn, and Marsden Harley, printed in Story, Vol. XIX No. 91, Sept.-Oct. 1941
98 3156 (Other Writers) Various. Sherwood Anderson Memorial Number of the Newberry Library Bulletin, Second Series, No. 2. Articles by George H. Daugherty, Waldo Frank, Roger Sergel, Norman Holmes Pearson, and Raymond D. Gozzi, Dec. 1948
98 3157 (Other Writers) Watson, Margaret. Preface to Frederick O'Brien's autobiography, TD, 1932
98 3158 (Other Writers) Waugh, Alec. These Remain. . ., TD, n.d.
98 3159 (Other Writers) White, Ray Lewis. Hemingway's Private Explanation of The Torrents of Spring, printed in Modern Fiction Studies No. 11, 1967
98 3160 (Other Writers) White, Ray Lewis. The Merrill Checklist of Sherwood Anderson, compiled by Ray Lewis White, Illinois State University. Inscribed by the author "For the Newberry Library", Oct. 7, 1969
98 3161 (Other Writers) White, Ray Lewis. The Original for Sherwood Anderson's Kit Brandon, printed in Newberry Library Bulletin, n.d.
98 3162 (Other Writers) White, Ray Lewis. Sherwood Anderson: Fugitive Pamphlets and Broadsides, 1918-1940, printed in Studies in Bibliography (photocopy, annotated), 1976
98 3163 (Other Writers) White, Ray Lewis. Sherwood Anderson, Ben Hecht, and Erik Dorn, reprinted from American Literature, Vol. XLIX No. 2 (two copies), May 1977
98 3164 (Other Writers) White, Ray Lewis. Sherwood Anderson Meets John Steinbeck: 1939, printed in Steinbeck quarterly, Vol. XI, No. 1 (photocopy), Winter 1978
98 3165 (Other Writers) White, Ray Lewis. Speech re: Letter-a-day, ca. 1991
98 3166 (Other Writers) Wood, Ellen. [Poem] Americans, TD with autograph dedication to Sherwood Anderson, n.d.
98 3167 (Other Writers) Yount, David Leroy [Poem] Portraits in Verse [tribute to Sherwood Anderson], TDS, ca. 1941

Series 6: Legal/Financial Files, 1920-1976

Cancelled checks, correspondence, contracts, royalty statements, will and estate information, and other documents. This series reflects the business enterprises of Anderson, as well as his personal finances. There are day-to-day accounting files, such as cancelled checks (mostly Eleanor Anderson's), bills, and receipts. In addition, there is stock, tax, and real estate information as well as Anderson's will. There is a substantial amount of correspondence to and from literary agents and book publishers.
Filed alphabetically by the subject of the materials.

Box Folder Contents
99 3168 Bank Books, 1951-1966
99 3169 Bank Deposit Slips, ca. 1957-1963
99 3170 Bank statements and cancelled checks, ca. 1924-1937
99 3171 Cancelled checks, Eleanor Anderson: see also box 102
99 3172 Charitable contributions and memberships, 1957-1969
99 3173 Charitable contributions, book donations, 1936
99 3174 Contract, Sherwood and Robert Anderson, for printing business, Dec. 12, 1931
99 3175 Contracts, 1925-1940
99 3176 Contracts (posthumous), 1941
99 3177 Contracts, 1958-1959
99 3178 Contracts, Leigh-Emmerich Lecture Bureau, 1928
99 3179 Contracts, W. Colston Leigh Lectures, 1931-1932
99 3180 Copyright correspondence, 1920-1926
99 3181 Copyright correspondence, 1939-1942
99 3182 Critchfield and Company (advertising business), 1920-1922
99 3183 Expenses, bills and receipts, Sherwood Anderson (London), 1921
99 3184 Expenses, bills and receipts, Sherwood Anderson (New Orleans), 1924-1926
99 3185 Expenses, bills and receipts, Sherwood Anderson (New York), 1936-1940
99 3186 Expenses, bills and receipts, Eleanor Anderson, 1941, 1959-1967, n.d.
99 3187 Expenses, books, 1956-1968
99 3188 Expenses, medical, 1920-1964
99 3189 Expenses, phone and utility bills, scattered, 1957-1965
99 3190 Expenses, travel, 1939
99 3191 Expenses, travel, ca. 1958-1966
99 3192 Insurance receipts, 1959-1964
99 3193 Literary Agents and Publishers, Harold Ober and Associates, 1935-1941
99 3194 Literary Agents and Publishers, Harold Ober and Associates, 1942-1945
99 3195 Literary Agents and Publishers, Harold Ober and Associates, 1946-1949
99 3196 Literary Agents and Publishers, Harold Ober and Associates, 1950-1952
99 3197 Literary Agents and Publishers, Harold Ober and Associates, 1953-1959
99 3198 Literary Agents and Publishers, Harold Ober and Associates, 1960-1962
100 3199 Literary Agents and Publishers, Viking Press, 1941-1961
100 3200 Literary Agents and Publishers, Other Publishers, permissions, etc., 1958-1976
100 3201 Newberry Library Donation, 1948-1949, 1969
100 3202 Notes by Eleanor Anderson, misc.
100 3203 Permissions correspondence, 1929-1941
100 3204 Real estate, New Orleans property, 1930
100 3205 Real estate, Ripshin (Troutdale, VA), correspondence, 1925-1946
100 3206 Real estate, Ripshin (Troutdale, VA), plans, blueprints, etc.
100 3207 Royalty statements, 1921-1930
100 3208 Royalty statements, 1931-1935
100 3209 Royalty statements, 1936-1941
100 3210 Royalty statements [estate of Sherwood Anderson], 1941-1945
100 3211 Royalty statements, 1946-1949
100 3212 Royalty statements, 1950
100 3213 Royalty statements, 1952
100 3214 Royalty statements, 1953
100 3215 Royalty statements, 1954
100 3216 Royalty statements, 1955
100 3217 Royalty statements, 1956
100 3218 Royalty statements, 1957
100 3219 Royalty statements, 1958
101 3220 Royalty statements, 1959
101 3221 Royalty statements, 1960
101 3222 Royalty statements, 1961
101 3223 Royalty statements, 1962
101 3224 Royalty statements, 1963
101 3225 Royalty statements, 1964
101 3226 Royalty statements, 1965
101 3227 Royalty statements, 1966
101 3228 Royalty statements, 1967
101 3229 Royalty statements, 1968
101 3230 Royalty statements, 1969
101 3231 Stocks and investment information, Lyman D. Smith and Co. and Walden Book Store, 1925-1926
101 3232 Stocks and investment information, 1950-1968
101 3233 Taxes, 1925-1936
101 3234 Taxes, 1958-1965
101 3235 Will, March 27, 1941
101 3236 Wills and Estate, correspondence
101 3237 Works, Letter-a-day, notes and attempts to publish, 1965-1966
102 Cancelled checks (ca. 11,500 in 23 bundles), 1950's-1960's

Series 7: Publicity, 1893-1984

Reviews, clippings, magazine features, playbills, advertisements, and fliers relating to Sherwood Anderson or to his literary output. See also Series 10, Scrapbooks, for newsclippings and reviews of Anderson's works.
Organized into features about Anderson (arranged chronologically), material about various events, family members, and homes, and then reviews, clippings, and other material about his works (arranged alphabetically).

Box Folder Contents
103 3238 n.d.
103 3239 n.d.: clippings re: American Society of Gourmets Contest
103 3240 n.d.: clippings re: lectures, travels
103 3241 n.d.: clippings in other languages
103 3242 1912
103 3243 1916
103 3244 1919
103 3245 1921
103 3246 1922
103 3247 1923
103 3248 1924
103 3249 1925
103 3250 1926
103 3251 1927
103 3252 1928
103 3253 1929
Note: See also Oversize
103 3254 1930-1931
103 3255 1931
103 3256 Debate with Bertrand Russell, Program, Mecca Temple, NY, Nov. 1, 1931
103 3257 1932
103 3258 1933
103 3259 1934
103 3260 1935
103 3261 1936
103 3262 1937
103 3263 Writer's Conference, Boulder, CO, 1937
103 3264 1938
Note: See also Oversize
103 3265 1939
103 3266 1940
103 3268 Obituaries, Mar. 1941-Feb. 1942
103 3269 Obituaries, n.d.
103 3270 1942
103 3271 1946
103 3272 1947
Note: See also Oversize
103 3273 1948
103 3274 1949
103 3275 1950's
103 3276 1960's
103 3277 1970-1980
104 3278 Brochures Advertising Lecture Subjects and Books, n.d.
104 3279 Events - Sherwood Anderson Day, Clyde, OH, Sept. 17, 1972
104 3280 Event - Centennial Celebrations, 1976
104 3281 Events - Lectures and Performance, Society for the Study of Midwestern Literature, New York City, Dec. 28, 1976
104 3282 Events - Other Sherwood Anderson Celebrations, 1977-1983
104 3283 Family - Anderson, Bob (son), 1932-1951
104 3284 Family - Anderson, Irwin and Emma (parents), n.d., 1898
104 3285 Family - Anderson, Karl (brother), n.d., 1933-1956
104 3286 Family - Copenhaver, Eleanor, 1934-1972
104 3287 Family - Laura Lu Scherer (mother-in-law), n.d., 1940-1945
104 3288 Family - Mitchell, Tennessee (second wife), 1928-1930
104 3289 Family - Prall, Elizabeth (third wife), 1943-1976
104 3290 Family - miscellaneous, 1941-1962
104 3291 Homes - Camden, OH, n.d., 1941-1977
104 3292 Homes - Clyde, OH, see also Oversize, n.d., 1953-1984
104 3293 Homes - Marion County, VA, n.d., 1951-1983
104 3294 Homes - Ripshin (Troutdale, VA), n.d., 1946-1982
104 3295 Homes - Springfield, OH, 1949-1982
104 3296 Library Literature/Reading Lists, 1941-1953
104 3297 Radio and Television Broadcasts, 1936, 1976
104 3298 Recording of Winesburg, Brochure in German, n.d.
104 3299 Works - Above Suspicion - Clippings, 1941
104 3300 Works - The American Small Town, Review, n.d.
104 3301 Works - American Spectator Newspaper, Announcement and Reviews, 1932-1934
104 3302 Works - Beyond Desire, Clippings and Reviews, 1932
104 3303 Works - The Buck Fever Papers, Reviews, 1971
104 3304 Works - City Gangs Enslave Moonshine Mountaineers, clipping, reaction to, ca. 1935
104 3305 Works - Dark Laughter, Reviews, 1925, 1957
104 3306 Works - Death in the Woods, n.d., 1933, 1945
104 3307 Works - Elizabethtown, Tennessee, Clippings, 1929
104 3308 Works - Reviews, n.d., 1966
104 3309 Works - Hello Towns, Reviews, 1929
104 3310 Works - Home Town, Promotional Brochure and Reviews, see also Oversize, 1940
104 3311 Works - Horses and Men, Promotion and Reviews, 1924
104 3312 Works - I'm a Fool (play), Program, School of Performing Arts (NY), Mar. 17-18, 1967
104 3313 Works - I Want to Know Why, Review, n.d.
104 3314 Works - I Was a Bad Boy, Clipping, n.d.
104 3315 Works - Inolvidado, Review (Spanish), 1939
105 3316 Works - Kit Brandon, Reviews, 1936
105 3317 Works - The Letters of Sherwood Anderson, Reviews, see also Oversize, 1949, 1953
105 3318 Works - Machine Song, Review, ca. 1930
105 3319 Works - Many Marriages, Clippings and Reviews, 1923
105 3320 Works - Memoirs, Reviews, 1942, 1969
105 3321 Works - A New Testament, Reviews, 1927
105 3322 Works - No Swank, 1934-1935
105 3323 Works - Nobody's Home, Clipping, n.d.
105 3324 Works - Perhaps Women, Review, 1942, 1969
105 3325 Works - Poor White, an Interview of Sherwood Anderson by Eleanor Copenhaver, 1931
105 3326 Works - Poor White, 1920-1929
105 3327 Works - The Portable Sherwood Anderson, Reviews, 1949
105 3328 Works - Puzzled America, Reviews, 1935, 1966
105 3329 Works - Return to Winesburg, Reviews, 1967
105 3330 Works - Selected Letters, Review, 1984
105 3331 Works - The Sherwood Anderson Reader, Reviews, 1946-1947
105 3332 Works - Sherwood Anderson's Memoirs, 1969
105 3333 Works - Sherwood Anderson's Notebook, Reviews, n.d., 1926
105 3334 Works - The Short Story, O Henry Etc., Prospectus, n.d.
105 3335 Works - Speeches: America, A Storehouse of Vitality, Clippings, 1931-1932
105 3336 Works - Speeches: The Newspaper and the Machine Age, Reviews (incomplete), 1929
105 3337 Works - Speeches: The Writer's Conception of Realism, 1937-1939
105 3338 Works - A Story Teller's Story, Promotional, ca. 1924
105 3339 Works - A Story Teller's Story, Reviews, 1924-1927, 1968
105 3340 Works - Tar: A Midwest Childhood, Reviews and Promotion, 1927, 1969
105 3341 Works - Textiles, Review, 1940
105 3342 Works - The Triumph of the Egg, Promotional, 1921
105 3343 Works - The Triumph of the Egg, Review, 1921-1922
105 3344 Works - Windy McPherson's Son, Reviews, 1923
105 3345 Works - Winesburg, Ohio, Reviews, 1919-1928
105 3346 Works - Winesburg, Ohio, Reviews, 1932-1954
105 3347 Works - Winesburg, Ohio, Announcement of translation in Russian, ca. 1924
105 3348 Works - Winesburg, Ohio (play), schedule and playbill, 1934-1937
105 3349 Works - Winesburg, Ohio (play), Reviews, 1934, 1937
105 3350 Works - Winesburg, Ohio (play), Playbill, Shubert Theatre (New Haven, CT), Jan. 4-11, 1958
105 3351 Works - Winesburg, Ohio (play), Playbill, Colonial Theatre (Boston), Jan. 14-28, 1958
105 3352 Works - Winesburg, Ohio (play), Playbill, Ford's Theatre (Washington, DC), Jan. 28-Feb. 2, 1958
105 3353 Works - Winesburg, Ohio (play), Playbill, National Theatre (NY), Feb. 3, 1958
105 3354 Works - Winesburg, Ohio (play), Playbill, Santa Barbara High School, May-June, 1971
105 3355 Works - Winesburg, Ohio (play), Playbill, Playtimers (VA), Jack Taylor Production, 1976
105 3356 Works - Winesburg, Ohio (play), Reviews, etc., n.d., 1957-1958
105 3357 Works - Winesburg, Ohio, Other Adaptations, ca. 1958-1977
105 3358 Works - Reviews of Anderson Biographies, 1951, 1966-1972

Series 8: Development, 1941-1973, bulk 1947-1951

In the late 1940's when it was determined that Sherwood Anderson's papers would be deposited at the Newberry Library, library staff in conjunction with Eleanor Anderson started a project wherein they contacted Anderson's prominent correspondents and asked for their copies of Anderson's letters to be donated to the collection. This series includes copies of the form letters sent, an information sheet about the contact, and the contact's reply.
The series includes correspondence from Stringfellow Barr, Millen Brand, Whit Burnett, Trigant Burrow, Erskine Caldwell, Jacques Chambrun, Edward Estlin Cummings, Mitchell Dawson, Floyd Dell, John Dos Passos, Max Eastman, George Grosz, Maurice Hanline, Ben Huebsch, Alfred Knopf, J.J. Lankes, Otto Liveright, Anita Loos, John Marin, H.L. Mencken, Henry Miller, George Jean Nathan, Georgia O'Keeffe, Ferdinand Schevill, Jean Toomer, and Stark Young.
Arranged alphabetically by correspondent.

Box Folder Contents
106 3359 Form Letter, 1949-1952
106 3360 Aa-Al, 1947-1952
106 3361 Am-And, 1947-1959
106 3362 Ane-At, 1941-1951
106 3363 Au-Bar, 1947-1951
106 3364 Bas-Bla, 1947-1951
106 3365 Blo-Boy, 1949-1950
106 3366 Bra-Bry, 1947-1953
106 3367 Bu-By, 1948-1973
106 3368 C-Can, 1948-1952
106 3369 Cap-Car, 1948-1951
106 3370 Cas-Cha, 1948-1950
106 3371 Che-Cl, 1949-1951
106 3372 Coc-Coo, 1943-1950
106 3373 Cop-Cow, 1948-1951
106 3374 Cra-Cru, 1948-1951
106 3375 Cul-Cur, 1948-1953
106 3376 Da, 1941-1953
106 3377 De, 1947-1953
106 3378 Di, 1948-1950
106 3379 Do-Du, 1948-1951
106 3380 Ea-Em, 1948-1953
106 3381 Es-Ev, 1947-1950
106 3382 Fa, 1948-1951
106 3383 Fe-Fl, 1948-1951
106 3384 Fo-Fu, 1948-1953
106 3385 Ga, 1948-1951
106 3386 Ge-Gl, 1948-1952
106 3387 Go, 1944-1953
106 3388 Gra-Gre, 1947-1958
106 3389 Gri-Gru, 1948-1951
106 3390 Hac-Hal, 1948-1950
106 3391 Ham-Han, 1948-1951
106 3392 Har-Hay, 1949-1951
106 3393 He, 1947-1951
106 3394 Ho, 1949-1951
106 3395 Hu, 1948-1951
107 3396 J, 1948-1951
107 3397 Ka, 1948-1950
107 3398 Kr-Ku, 1948-1951
107 3399 Ke-Ki, 1948-1951
107 3400 Kn-Ko, 1948-1951
107 3401 La, 1949-1953
107 3402 Le, 1948-1951
107 3403 Li, 1944-1951
107 3404 Ll-Ly, 1948-1951
107 3405 Mac-Mal, 1949-1951
107 3406 Man-Mas, 1948-1949
107 3407 Mau-May, 1950-1951
107 3408 Me, 1947-1949
107 3409 Mi, 1950
107 3410 Mo, 1941-1951
107 3411 Na-Ne, 1947-1951
107 3412 No-Nu, 1948-1951
107 3413 Ob-Ol, 1948-1951
107 3414 On-Ow, 1949-1950
107 3415 Pa, 1949-1951
107 3416 Pe, 1948-1952
107 3417 Ph-Pi, 1948-1951
107 3418 Po, 1948-1951
107 3419 Pr-Q, 1948-1951
107 3420 Ra-Re, 1948-1951
107 3421 Ri, 1948-1950
107 3422 Rob-Ror, 1948-1951
107 3423 Ros-Ru, 1950-1951
107 3424 Sa-Sc, 1943-1951
107 3425 Se-Sh, 1947-1951
107 3426 Si-Sm, 1948-1951
107 3427 So-Ste, 1943-1951
107 3428 Sti-Sw, 1947-1951
107 3429 Ta-Th, 1951
107 3430 Ti-Tu, 1948-1951
107 3431 U, 1950
107 3432 Va, 1948-1951
107 3433 Vi-Vo, 1949-1951
107 3434 Wa, 1949-1952
107 3435 We, 1948-1951
107 3436 Wh-Wi, 1941-1951
107 3437 Wo-Wr, 1948-1950
107 3438 Y-Z, 1948-1951
107 3439 Names and Address List, n.d.

Series 9: Photographs, Sound Recordings, and Moving Image Material, ca. 1876-1977

Prints and negatives, audioreel tape, and videocassette concerning Anderson, his family, friends, homes, and works.
Arranged by media format, and alphabetically by subject therein.

Box Folder Contents
108 3440 Anderson, Sherwood - Candids, in Arizona with truck, 1936
108 3441 Anderson, Sherwood - Candids, at bicycle factory, 1892 or 1893
108 3442 Anderson, Sherwood - Candids, with dogs, 1938, n.d.
108 3443 Anderson, Sherwood - Candids, fishing, n.d., 1938
108 3444 Anderson, Sherwood - Candids, at Katharine Copenhaver Van Meier's house with others, 1938
108 3445 Anderson, Sherwood - Candids, Lake Chateaugay, Merrill, N.Y. with Tennessee Mitchell and others, 1917
108 3446 Anderson, Sherwood - Candids, in Lit. D. Robes, n.d.
108 3447 Anderson, Sherwood - Candids, at Marion, VA., 1940 and n.d.
108 3448 Anderson, Sherwood - Candids, in Mexico, 1938
108 3449 Anderson, Sherwood - Candids, at Olivet College with others (unidentified), ca. 1939
108 3450 Anderson, Sherwood - Candids, in Paris, 1921
108 3451 Anderson, Sherwood - Candids, in print shop, Marion, VA, 1940-1941
108 3452 Anderson, Sherwood - Candids, at Ripshin, 1935-1938, n.d.
108 3453 Anderson, Sherwood - Candids, at Ripshin Cabin, 1940, n.d.
108 3454 Anderson, Sherwood - Candids, in San Francisco, Apr. 9-11, 1932
108 3455 Anderson, Sherwood - Candids, at Shriner's Picnic, Marion Park, 1935
108 3456 Anderson, Sherwood - Candids, Spanish American War, 1898-1899
108 3457 Anderson, Sherwood - Candids, in Tucson, AZ, Mar. 21-25, 1932
108 3458 Anderson, Sherwood - Candids, at Wittenberg College for honorary degree, n.d.
108 3459 Anderson, Sherwood - Portraits, ca. 1890-1911
108 3460 Anderson, Sherwood - Portraits, ca. 1920
108 3461 Anderson, Sherwood - Portraits, ca. 1930's
108 3462 Anderson, Sherwood - Portraits, 1939
108 3463 Anderson, Sherwood - Portraits, Fall, 1940
108 3464 Anderson, Sherwood - Portraits, Marion, 1941
108 3465 Anderson, Sherwood - Portraits, Engraving, ca. 1935
108 3466 Anderson, Sherwood - Portraits, hands only, by Henry Van Meier, n.d.
108 3467 Anderson, Sherwood - Portraits, publicity, 1926-1942
108 3468 Anderson, Sherwood - Portrait, Standing, n.d.
108 3469 Anderson, Sherwood (?), Portraits, unidentified, n.d.
108 3470 Anderson, Sherwood - Portraits, by Alfred Stieglitz (some copies from the National Gallery), ca. 1925
108 3471 Anderson, Sherwood - Portraits, by Carl Van Vechten, 1933-1939
109 3472 Anderson, Sherwood - with Ben Hecht, ca. 1918
109 3473 Anderson, Sherwood - with Bill Stewart, 1938
109 3474 Anderson, Sherwood - with J.C. Harris and Julia La Rose Harris, Columbus, GA, 1930
109 3475 Anderson, Sherwood - with Joe Beach, Stillwater, Minnesota, 1938
109 3476 Anderson, Sherwood - with Greear family, 1925, n.d.
109 3477 Anderson, Sherwood - with group on boat, "on boat peach trip", 1932
109 3478 Anderson, Sherwood - with man and woman in front of car, n.d.
109 3479 Anderson, Sherwood - with Whit Burnett, n.d.
109 3480 Anderson, Sherwood - with Dr. William Sadler, Stillwater, Minnesota, ca. 1938
109 3481 Anderson, Sherwood - with Mrs. William Stewart, 1938
109 3482 Anderson, Sherwood - with woman in car, 1929
109 3483 Family - Anderson, Cornelia Lane with Robert and John Anderson (?), ca. 1908
109 3484 Family - Anderson, Eleanor Copenhaver (fourth wife), n.d., ca. 1933, 1937, 1980
109 3485 Family - Anderson, Elizabeth Prall (third wife), ca. 1969
109 3486 Family - Anderson, Emma (mother) and her mother, n.d., [ca. 1860's?]
109 3487 Family - Anderson, Irwin (father) and Harold Anderson, 1914
109 3488 Family - Anderson, John, Robert, and Marion (children with Cornelia Lane Anderson), as children, n.d.
109 3489 Family - Anderson, Karl (brother), ca. 1876
109 3490 Family - Anderson, Sherwood - with children, ca. 1909
109 3491 Family - Anderson, Sherwood - with Copenhaver in-laws, 1934-1940
109 3492 Family - Anderson, Sherwood - with Cornelia Lane Anderson (first wife, photocopy), 1913
109 3493 Family - Anderson, Sherwood - with Eleanor Copenhaver Anderson (fourth wife), 1937-1941
109 3494 Family - Anderson, Sherwood - with Katherine Van Meier at Ripshin, n.d.
109 3495 Family - Anderson, Sherwood - with siblings, ca. 1886, 1896
109 3496 Family - Anderson, Stella (sister), ca. 1886
109 3496a Family - Spear, Marion Anderson, house, ca. 1932 or 1933
109 3497 Family vacation at Little Point Sable (early), n.d.
109 3498 Homes - Camden, OH, birthplace, city sign, and father's harness shop, n.d., ca. 1930's
109 3499 Homes - Clyde, OH [boyhood home], n.d.
109 3500 Homes - Ripshin, Troutdale, VA, 1926, n.d.
109 3501 Homes - Ripshin, Troutdale, VA: Peter Weil's Photographs, 1977
109 3502 Homes - Ripshin, Troutdale, VA: Eleanor Anderson, Diana Haskell, and Ray Lewis White, April 1977
109 3503 Homes - Springfield, OH, n.d.
110 3504 People - Bartlett, Margaret Thornton, her father (Judge), and husband (Jim), n.d.
110 3505 People - Bartlett, George A., portrait inscribed to Sherwood Anderson, n.d.
110 3506 People - Coombs, Stephen, n.d.
110 3507 People - Emerson, John, (See Oversize), n.d.
110 3508 People - Emmett, Burton and Mary, n.d.
110 3509 People - Frank, Waldo, ca. 1916
110 3510 People - Gosling, Glenn, n.d.
110 3511 People - Harris, Jean and Julia Collier, ca. 1925
110 3512 People - Karsner, David, portrait and home, 1925, 1926
110 3513 People - Long, Maurice, n.d.
110 3514 People - O'Brien, Frederick and Margaret Watson (with Liucolu and Pete Steffens in Italy), 1925
110 3515 People - Van Eck, Waldie, 1936-1937
110 3516 Miscellaneous - Anderson, Margaret, Chateau in France, ca. 1929
110 3517 Miscellaneous - Anderson Manufacturing Advertisements, 1904
110 3518 Miscellaneous - Connick, Charles, stained glass, n.d. [ca. 1925]
110 3519 Miscellaneous - Esherick, Wharton, Artwork, n.d.
110 3520 Miscellaneous - Gravesite, Marion, VA, 1943, 1977
110 3521 Miscellaneous - Play, [Winesburg?], ca. 1976
110 3522 Miscellaneous - Rosemont (the Copenhaver house), Marion, VA, 1977
110 3523 Miscellaneous - S.S. Sherwood Anderson, 1944
110 3524 Miscellaneous - Various proofs of Sherwood Anderson, Family - and friends, n.d.
110 3525 Miscellaneous - Winesburg, Ohio, 1930, 1968
111 Sound Recording: Radio reading of Anderson's "Writer's Conception of Realism" (not Anderson's voice). Gift, Ray Lewis White. n.d.
1 sound tape reel : analog,
112 Moving Image: A Storyteller's Town: Winesburg, Ohio Documentary [videorecording]. Co-production of Lakeland Community College and WBGU-TV, Created and written by Gene Dent, ca. 1977
1 videocassette : sd., col., U-matic-HB ; 3/4 in : 28:45 min.,

Series 10: Scrapbooks, 1914-1935

Seven scrapbooks, mostly comprised of newsclippings, works, and reviews of works. See also Series 5, Works, and Series 7, Publicity for more clippings of printed works and reviews of the works. It is assumed that five of the seven books were compiled by Anderson, including reviews of his novels and other publications, and two scrapbooks containing columns he penned in his newspapers. One volume appears to be a compilation of news articles used as research for his novel Kit Brandon. Volume 3 is the most eclectic scrapbook, compiled by Eleanor Copenhaver Anderson; along with clippings and reviews there are sketches, playbills, and printed items. Volume 7 has no relevance to Sherwood Anderson; it appears to be a memento scrapbook compiled by his first wife, Cornelia Lane Anderson.
Arranged by topic of scrapbook, with scrapbook by Cornelia Anderson at the end.

Box Folder Contents
113 Vol. 1: Reviews scrapbook, compiled by Sherwood Anderson and presented to John Anderson, "For the scrapbook of your illustrious ancestor." Includes reviews of: Winesburg, Ohio; Windy McPherson's Son; Poor White; Marching Men; and Mid-American Chants. ca. 1914-1922
114 3526 Vol. 2: Reviews scrapbook, with a few clippings of works ("Factory Town", "Danville, VA", and others). Includes reviews of: Winesburg, Ohio; Triumph of the Egg; Many Marriages; Windy McPherson's Son; Horses and Men; A Story Teller's Story; Dark Laughter; Tar - A Midwest Childhood; Sherwood Anderson's Notebook; Hello Towns!; and A New Testament, ca. 1916-1931
Note: this scrapbook is very brittle, with most articles overlapping on the sheets.
114 3527 Vol. 3: Clippings and miscellany compiled by Eleanor Copenhaver (Anderson). Reviews: Many Marriages; Beyond Desire; Death in the Woods. Also includes some works from Marion (VA) newspapers, "Gertrude Stein's kitchen", The Open Letter to the President (Hoover) in Russian, printed copy of the Open Letter to the President, printed letter in the exhibition catalog of paintings and drawings by Valenti Angelo, announcement of his series of Lectures in New Orleans, The Modernist Lecture Bureau, 2 copies of "Hemingway and the Post-War Decade" by Gertrude Stein (Atlantic, 1933), brochure about the Theatre Union, New York (Anderson on advisory board), ink drawing of a nude (by Anderson?), articles and playbill re: the play adaptation of Winesburg, Ohio at the Hedgerow Theatre (Pennsylvania) starring Libby Holman, a copy of Edmund Wilson's Manifesto, with handwritten request for SA to sign the bottom, and an obituary of Horace Liveright, ca. 1923-1934
114 3528 Vol. 4: Franklin County Trials (note on cover: "Used for Kit Brandon"), Apr.-Jun. 1935
115 Vol. 5: Articles and essays clipped from the Marion, VA newspapers, Nov. 3, 1927 - Jul. 2, 1928
116 Vol. 6: Articles and essays clipped from the Marion, VA newspapers [envelope of loose clippings at end], Jul. 9, 1928 - Aug. 27, 1929.
117 Vol. 7: Clippings of poetry (not Anderson's), tid-bits, cartoons and caricatures, and half-tone photographs (literary and political figures) from newspapers and magazines. Presumably made by Cornelia Anderson, n.d.

Series 11: Artifacts and Artwork, 1917-1938

Original sketches, drawings, and sculpture, along with clippings from newspapers and photoreproductions. Anderson was a popular subject for caricature, and there are many prints and clippings from newspapers of various artist renderings of his image.
Arranged alphabetically by name of artist, or by subject if the artist is unknown.

Box Folder Contents
118 3529 Anderson, John (son), Prints and Exhibit Announcements, n.d., 1932
118 3530 Anderson, Karl, Painting of Earl, Sherwood, and Irwin Anderson (photoreproduction), n.d.
118 3531 Anderson, Sherwood - Ink Sketch, by unknown, (on back of Anderson's stationery), n.d.
118 3532 Anderson, Sherwood, untitled, (see oversize), n.d.
118 3533 Anderson, Sherwood, untitled, New Orleans, (see oversize), ca. 1924-1926
118 3534 Anderson, Sherwood, untitled, Reno, (see oversize), ca. 1924
118 3535 Anderson, Sherwood - Various Portraits and Caricatures, unknown artists, n.d.
118 3536 Curry, John Stewart, Mural: "Tragedy", including Sherwood Anderson (clipping), 1935
118 3537 Esherick, Wharton, Sketches and Prints n.d., 1934-1955
118 3538 Gellert, Hugo, Sketch of Sherwood Anderson, printed in newspaper, 1924
118 3539 Hargrave, Ronald, Print and Photograph of Painting of Sherwood Anderson, n.d.
118 3540 Herrmann, Eva, Caricature of Sherwood Anderson, 1929
118 3541 Hood, Richard, Print of Sherwood Anderson (3 copies), n.d.
118 3542 Hyde Man, Print of Sherwood Anderson, n.d.
118 3542a Lankes, J. J., Bookplate for Sherwood Anderson (2 copies), 1929
118 3543 Lankes, J. J., Woodcut from Perhaps Women, ca. 1931
118 3544 Markey, Gene, Caricatures of Sherwood Anderson (clippings), 1924, 1933
118 3545 Mathews, J., Portrait of Sherwood Anderson (charcoal or graphite; photoreproduction), n.d.
118 3546 Melik, Soss., Portrait of Sherwood Anderson (charcoal, photoreproduction), 1938
118 3547 Scheel, Theodore, Prints of Sherwood Anderson, n.d., 1929
118 3548 Schwartz, Morey, Caricatures of Anderson in Chicago Daily News (photocopy), ca. 1917
118 3549 Villa, Jose Garcia, Pencil Sketch of Sherwood Anderson, 1927
118 3550 Young, Art, Pencil Sketch of Sherwood Anderson, ca. 1930
119 Artifacts: Four sculpted "Grotesque Heads," by Tennessee Mitchell Anderson, n.d.
119 Artifacts: Two Wood Blocks (printing blocks) "Smyth County Traveller" designed by Wharton Esherick; portrait of Sherwood Anderson, n.d.

Series 12: Miscellaneous, 1872-1992, bulk 1920's-1968

Awards, book dust jackets, an address book, appointment books, stationery, and some personal items. The address book contains addresses for Ben Hecht, Gertrude Stein, and Ernest Hemingway in the 1920's, and across from the written Hemingway address there is a recipe for homemade wine. There are a few items in this series kept in reference to Sherwood Anderson's death, including his ship's ticket and hospital bills and notes kept by Eleanor Anderson. There are also printed mimeographed lessons in introductory Spanish; Anderson studied these to prepare for his goodwill trip to South America. Also of interest is an autobiography by second wife Tennessee Mitchell Anderson accompanied by a letter from Sherwood Anderson to Pascal Covici regarding publication of the memoir.
Arranged alphabetically by type of document.

Box Folder Contents
120 3551 Address Book, ca. 1920's
120 3552 American Olympic Victory Stamps, autographed by Sherwood Anderson, advertisement, ca. 1940
120 3553 Anderson, Emma Smith (mother) ms. diary, 1872
120 3554 Anderson, Irwin M. ms. diary, 1872
120 3555 Author's League Memorabilia, 1926-1937
120 3555a Autobiography of Tennessee Mitchell Anderson (includes letter from Sherwood Anderson to Pascal Covici), n.d.
120 3556 Award, National Institute of Arts and Letters, 1937
120 3557 Book Jackets, ca. 1923-1992
120 3557a Divorce Decree (Sherwood Anderson vs. Tennessee Mitchell Anderson), 1924
120 3558 Dog Information, 1924-1929
120 3559 Eleanor Anderson, luggage tag (New York address), n.d.
120 3560 Engagement Book, 1935
120 3561 Engagement Book, 1940
120 3562 Engagement Book, Oct. 28, 1940-Jan 25, 1941
120 3563 Engagement Books, 1951-1953
120 3564 Engagement Books, 1954-1955
120 3565 Engagement Books, 1957
120 3566 Engagement Books, 1958
120 3567 Engagement Books, 1960
121 3568 Engagement Books, 1961
121 3569 Engagement Books, 1963
121 3570 Engagement Books, 1964
121 3571 Engagement Books, 1966
121 3572 Engagement Books, 1968
121 3573 Eugene Field Society, honorary membership, 1937
121 3574 Hedgerow Theatre and Jasper Deeter, information about, ca. 1950-1977
121 3575 Hospital Bill and Eleanor Anderson Notes, re: Sherwood's death, 1941
121 3576 Membership Card, Collectors of American Art, Inc., 1938
121 3577 Military Record, Ohio National Guard (photostatic negative), 1899
121 3578 Postcards, Jack Dempsey, n.d.
121 3579 Program, Testimonial Dinner, Brookwood Labor College, 1931
121 3580 Recipes, bran bread (photostat of Sherwood's handwriting), and liver (typed), 1940, n.d.
121 3581 S.S. Sherwood Anderson, 1944
121 3582 Ship's Ticket, S.S. Santa Lucia, Feb. 28, 1941
121 3583 Spanish Lessons, ca. 1939-1940
121 3584 Stationery (postcards), Eleanor Anderson, May Scherer, n.d.