TABLE OF CONTENTS


Descriptive Summary of the Collection

Administrative Information

Biography of Jack Conroy

Scope and Content of the Collection

Organization

Selected Search Terms

Container List

Series 1: Incoming Correspondence, 1926-1990

Series 2: Outgoing Correspondence, 1929-1990

Series 3: Works, 1933-1986

Series 4: Subject Files, 1933-1982

Series 5: Personal Magazine Collection, 1864-1987, bulk 1930-1950

Series 6: Submissions, ca. 1930-1986

Series 7: Photographs, ca. 1930-1984

Series 8: Scrapbooks, ca. 1929-1950’s

Series 9: Ephemera, 1931-1991

Series 10: Family and Personal Papers, 1924-1988

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Inventory of the Jack Conroy Papers, 1924-1991


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

Creator Conroy, Jack, 1898-1990
Title Jack Conroy Papers
Dates 1924-1991
Extent 47 linear feet (98 boxes and 5 oversize boxes)
Abstract Works, correspondence, and papers of American novelist, folklorist, and editor Jack Conroy. Conroy's novel The Disinherited, published in 1933, is considered a classic in proletarian literature and depicted in gritty detail the realities of the Great Depression. Conroy also edited radical journals The Rebel Poet, The Anvil, and The New Anvil.
Language Materials are in English.
Repository Newberry Library, Roger and Julie Baskes Department of Special Collections
Collection Call Number Midwest MS Conroy
Collection Stack Location 3a 24 7-10

Administrative Information

Cite As

Jack Conroy Papers, The Newberry Library, Chicago.

Provenance

Gift, Jack Conroy, 1989.

Processed by

Diana Haskell, 1992; Martha Briggs, Alison Hinderliter, Pamela Olson, and Monica Petraglia, 2003.

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 Jack Conroy Papers are open for research in the Special Collections Reading Room; 5 folders at a time maximum (Priority II).

Ownership and Literary Rights

The Jack Conroy Papers are the physical property of the Newberry Library. Copyright may belong to the authors or their legal heirs or assigns. For permission to publish or reproduce any materials from this collection, contact the Roger and Julie Baskes Department of Special Collections.

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Biography of Jack Conroy

John Wesley Conroy was born Dec. 5, 1898 to Irish immigrants in Monkey Nest, a coal mining camp in Missouri. From age 13 he labored in various train car factories, steel mills, and auto factories. Conroy drew upon these experiences to write his first novel, The Disinherited. Widely reviewed, The Disinherited propelled its impoverished author, then 34, into public attention both in the U.S. and abroad and firmly established his reputation as an authentic worker-writer of the proletarian literary movement.

While editor of literary "little magazines" such as The Rebel Poet, The Anvil, and The New Anvil, Conroy helped launch writers like Richard Wright, Erskine Caldwell, and Nelson Algren. In 1938 Conroy came to Chicago, on Algren's suggestions, to work on the Illinois Writer's Project. Along with recording folktales and industrial folklore, Conroy was assigned to the black history portion of the IWP, and collaborated with Arna Bontemps, producing the pioneering black studies works They Seek A City (1945) and Anyplace But Here (1965), both about African-American migration from the South to the North. Conroy and Bontemps also collaborated on several successful juvenile books based on folktales, including The Fast Sooner Hound (1942) and Slappy Hooper, The Wonderful Sign Painter (1946)

In 1965, Conroy moved from Chicago back to Moberly, Missouri, where he lived until his death in 1990. He continued to write into his 80's, publishing The Weed King and Other Stories in 1985. Over the course of his career, Conroy was also a teacher and lecturer, and a mentor to younger radical writers.

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Scope and Content of the Collection

Correspondence, works, scrapbooks, subject files, magazines, journal submissions, photographs, and ephemera documenting the life and literary output of Jack Conroy.

The bulk of the collection is correspondence to Jack from friends, relatives, coworkers, colleagues, and admirers. Prominent and frequent correspondents include Nelson Algren, Sanora Babb, Arna Bontemps, Gwendolyn Brooks, Malcolm Cowley, Lawrence "Bud" Fallon, Lou Gilbert, Curt Johnson, H.H. Lewis, James Light, Frank Mead, H.L. Mencken, Charlie Miller, Emerson Price, John C. "Jack" Rogers, and W.W. "Wallie" Wharton. Conroy's works are primarily typescript, and include entire novels as well as assorted lecture notes, poems, and sketches for his proposed autobiography, which he never completed. There are also copies of reviews and articles published in various newspapers. His subject files include newsclippings of people he knew and/or admired, biographical information, and reviews and promotional material for his works. He collected a vast amount of "little magazines" which illuminate the radical ideas and philosophies from the 1930's to the 1950's. His scrapbooks are also newsclippings, kept together by subject.

Conroy kept some originals of submissions he received for publication, as well as short works by friends or colleagues. He started to compile press about himself and his books, as well as articles on various topics, into seven scrapbooks. The collection is rounded out with an assortment of photographs and ephemera, including Conroy's various membership cards and some audiocassette tapes of Conroy reading from The Disinherited. Family and personal papers include cards and letters to and from various family members of Conroy's, with some financial and miscellaneous other personal documents.

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

  • Algren, Nelson, 1909-
  • Anvil
  • Babb, Sanora
  • Bontemps, Arna Wendell, 1902-1973
  • Brooks, Gwendolyn, 1917-
  • Caldwell, Erskine, 1903-
  • Conroy, Gladys
  • Cowley, Malcolm, 1898-
  • Fallon, Lawrence
  • Gilbert, Lou, 1909-
  • Hagglund, Ben, 1908-
  • Hazlett, Carolee
  • Johnson, Curt, 1928-
  • Le Sueur, Meridel
  • Lewis, H.H., 1901-
  • Lieber, Maxim
  • Light, James F.
  • Mencken, H. L. (Henry Louis), 1880-1956
  • New anvil
  • Price, Emerson
  • Rebel poet
  • Rogers, John, 1907-
  • Rowland, Neal
  • Snow, Walter, 1905-1973
  • Stracke, Win, 1908-
  • Terkel, Studs, 1912-
  • Wharton, Walter William
  • Wixson, Douglas C.
  • Wright, Richard, 1908-1960

Subjects

  • Authors, American--20th century
  • Bohemianism--Illinois--Chicago
  • Chicago (Ill.)--Intellectual life--20th century
  • Clippings
  • Correspondence--United States--1901-1950
  • Correspondence--United States--1951-2000
  • Manuscripts, American--Illinois--Chicago
  • New Left--Illinois--Chicago
  • Novelists, American--Illinois--Chicago
  • Periodical editors--Illinois--Chicago
  • Photographs
  • Radicalism in literature
  • Radicalism--Middle West--20th century
  • Radicals--Middle West--20th century
  • Scrapbooks
  • Working class authors--United States
  • Working class writings, American--History and criticism
  • Writers' Program of the Work Projects Administration in the State of Illinois

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Container List

Series 1: Incoming Correspondence, 1926-1990

Letters to Jack Conroy plus material accompanying the letters, such as clippings, short works by the correspondent, and other ephemera. Topics of letters vary from travel postcards, Christmas cards, and other friendly notes to letters relating to the business of Conroy's literary output. After the alphabetical run of correspondents there are several folders of letters grouped by similar subject, such as requests to have Conroy speak at various functions, fan mail, and solicitations from aspiring authors and others. There are also a few letters to Conroy's co-editors Hugh Hanley (a.k.a. Emerson Price) and to Nelson Algren, as well as letters written to Carolee Hazlett, who acted as Conroy's mouthpiece after his stroke in 1988.
Includes some oversize material, as indicated. See box +93 for Correspondence - Oversize.
Arranged alphabetically by correspondent, with correspondence by subject filed alphabetically afterwards.

Box Folder Contents
1 1 A., Katie, ca. 1950
1 1a A. A. Wyn, Inc., re: Midland Humor, 1947-1947
1 2 A. M. Heath & Company, Ltd. (authors' agents, London), 1934
1 3 Aaron, A. J., 1989
1 4 Aaron, Abe, 1934-1935, 1951
1 5 Aaron, Chester, 1965-1977
1 6 Aaron , Dan, n. d., 1959, 1968-1984
1 7 Aaron, Jan, 1955
1 8 Aarstad, Jean, 1970-1972
1 9 Abernathy, Milton, n. d., ca. 1935
1 10 Abrams, Al, 1964-1977
1 11 Abril, Xavier, 1933
1 12 Ackerson, John, (Jack); see Jarrboe, George
1 13 Acklund, Carol (also photographs), 1974-1984
1 14 Adamic, Louis, 1934-1935
1 15 Adams, James Taylor, 1932-1936
1 16 Adams, James (Jim), n. d., 1976-1983
1 17 Adamson, Martha, 1934
1 18 Addis, William, 1945
1 19 Adler, Betty, n. d., 1963-1969
1 20 Adult Education Council of Greater Chicago, 1965
1 21 Afro-American Pageant, 1934
1 22 Agnew, Jim, 1978
1 23 Ahrens, Robert, 1959-1960
1 24 Al Fresco Advertising Co., 1945-1946
1 25 Albertini, Virgil, 1968, 1975
1 26 Albins, William A., 1934
1 27 Alexander, Firnist J. and Margaret Walker, 1975
1 28 Alexandroff, Mirron, (Mike), n. d., 1962-1966
1 28a Alfred A. Knopf, Inc. - Borzoi Books, 1947
1 29 Algren, Amanda, 1973
1 30 Algren, Nelson, (also to Algren, to Otto Preminger, works) 1935-1956, 1973
1 31 Allard, Gerry, 1956-1957
1 32 Allard, Irene, n. d., 1965-1969
1 33 Allen, Esther, 1934
1 34 Alphran, Blanche, 1967
1 35 Alroy, Jack, 1934
1 36 Alsberg, Henry G. (Director, WPA Federal Writers' Projects), 1935
1 37 American Association of University Women, 1946-1947
1 38 American Broadcasting Company, 1962
1 39 Ameringer, Siegfried, 1932
1 40 Ames, Jean and Russell, 1950-1987
1 41 Ancell, Stan, (City of Moberly), 1975
1 42 Anderson, David D., n. d., 1973-1980
1 43 Anderson, M. Margaret, 1945-1947
1 44 Anderson, Sherwood, 1931
1 45 Andler, Kathlyn, n. d.
1 46 Andreas, Miriam, 1965
1 47 Angoff, Allan, 1962-1968
1 48 Angoff, Charles, 1962-1968
1 49 Ankenbrand, Frank, Jr., n. d.
1 50 Antonio, Don ("Mad Anthony"), n. d., 1955-1964
1 51 Appel, Benjamin, n. d., 1939-1970
1 52 Appel, David (Philadelphia Inquirer), 1943-1948
1 53 Aray, Langston, to The Chicago Defender, 1946
1 54 Arensman, Betts, ca. 1950
1 55 Arentz, Bob, 1942
1 56 Armstrong, George and Gerry, 1964-1971
1 57 Arnold, Lucy, 1946
1 58 Arnold, Ned, 1970
1 59 Arnold, Russell (Rus), 1966
1 60 Arthur, Chester A. Jr., 1933, 1968
1 61 Arvin, Newton, 1934
1 62 Asbell, Bernard (Bernie), 1955
1 63 Asch, Yanna, 1965-1968
1 64 Ascoli, Max , 1949
1 65 Asenjo, Antonio, 1932
2 66 Aucoin, Jim, 1974
2 67 Audience Group, The, 1947
2 68 Authors Club - Carnegie Fund, 1939
2 69 Ayres, Homer, 1939
2 70 Babb, Sanora (also works, photographs), n. d., 1971-1988
2 71 Back, Charles, 1975
2 72 Backes, Clair, n. d., 1973
2 73 Baker, Keith G., 1968
2 74 Baker, King, 1938
2 75 Baker, Leslie, 1963
2 76 Baker, Orville, 1953
2 77 Baker, Rainald V., 1964
2 78 Balch, Jack, n. d., 1934-1949
2 79 Balchowsky, Ed, n. d., 1955
2 80 Baldwin, Roger N., 1932
2 81 Ballard, Tom, 1961, 1988
2 82 Banks, Ann, 1978-1980
2 83 Barba, Harry, 1969
2 84 Barber, Solon R., 1931-1932
2 85 Barnard, Harry, n. d., 1961-1971
2 86 Barnard, Ruth, 1983
2 87 Barnes, Jim, 1976-1977
2 88 Barrett, Bob, 1973, 1980
2 89 Barry, Ken, 1976
2 90 Bartfield, Lou, ca. 1950
2 91 Bartlett, Elizabeth, 1964-1980
2 92 Bartlett, Paul, 1960-1982
2 93 Barzun, Isabel, 1973
2 94 Basinski, Michael D. (Mike) n. d., 1978-1979
2 95 Batts, Jim, 1965
2 96 Bauder, Alice, 1967-1973
2 97 Baum, Inez, 1971
2 98 Baumgartner, Alden (Al), 1951-1988
2 99 Baumgartner, Robert, 1973
2 100 Baxter, Jerry, 1947-1978
2 101 Beard, Pat, 1966
2 102 Beattie, Herbert W., 1954
2 103 Beauchamp, William E., 1964
2 104 Becher, Paul, 1972
2 105 Beck, Emily Morison, 1973-1974
2 106 Becker, Barbara, 1977
2 107 Beckham, Rexford, 1965
2 108 Beckner, Dwight, 1963
2 109 Bedrosian, Arsha-Louise, 1953
2 110 Beggs, Berenice B., n. d., 1954-1969
2 111 Bell, Eva, 1962-1973
2 112 Bell, Mary, 1988, 1989
2 113 Benchly, Alex Jane, 1966-1975
2 114 Bender, Eleanor M., 1971-1972
2 115 Bennett, Alfred Gordon, to Noah F. Whitaker (editor, Pegasus), n.d.
2 116 Benson, Flynn C., 1958
2 117 Benton, Thomas Hart, 1945-1946
2 118 Berg, Paul, 1978,
2 119 Bergman, Rose, n. d., 1954
2 120 Bernstein, Harry, n. d., 1980-1981
2 121 Bewley, Betty, 1967-1968
2 122 Biggs, Ellinger, ("Edith"), n. d.
2 123 Biggs, Robert Oldham, (photograph of W. Wharton and Biggs) n. d., 1967, 1978
2 124 Birch, George J., 1935
2 125 Bishop, E. M., (Ed), (also works), 1982
2 126 Bitner, R. Frank, 1969
3 127 Blair, Walter, 1933-1948
3 128 Blake, Fay M., 1973
3 129-131 Blake, James, (letters from prison to Conroy and Algren), n. d., 1946-1959
3 132 Blakely, Gwendolyn; see Brooks, Gwendolyn
3 133 Blakely, Henry and Kathleen, n. d.
3 134 Blankenship, Reuben, 1953
3 135 Blassingame, Lurton, 1947
3 136 Bliven, Bruce, (The New Republic), 1933
3 137 Blockson, Charles L., 1973-1974
3 138 Bloomfield, Gary, 1964
3 139 Blue, Jesse, n. d., 1941-1950
3 140 Blum, Irving D. , 1956
3 140a Bobbs Merrill Company, Publishers, 1947
3 131 Bodenheim, Maxwell, (also works), n. d., 1954, 1967
3 142 Bofman, A., 1973-1976
3 143 Bogan, Jim, n. d., 1977-1984
3 144 Bolster, Eleanor, 1964
3 145 Bonell, Edwin (Ed), 1969
3 146 Bonetti, Kay, 1980-1985
3 147 Bonino, Louise, 1962
3 148 Bonis, Henry S., 1974
3 149 Bonner, Leighton, 1932
3 150 Bonosky, Phillip (Phil), n. d., 1961-1983
3 151-155 Bontemps, Arna, (also to Bontemps) n. d., 1936-1978
4 156 Boorstin, Daniel, 1963
4 157 Borgida, Lee, n. d., 1946
4 158 Boring, Rand, n. d.
4 159 Borisov, B., 1932
4 160 Botkin, Ben A., n. d., 1932-1979
4 161 Bougere, Joe and Lu, 1952-1975
4 162 Bowen, Merlin and Ruth, n. d., 1950-1986
4 163 Bower, Philip (Mrs.), 1953
4 164 Bowker, Betrenia (Trina), n.d. 1944-1984
4 165 Bradbury, Walter I., 1946-1971
4 166 Bradley, Van Allen, n. d., 1952, 1975
4 167 Bradsher, Mary E., 1940
4 168 Brady, Kristin and Fenson, Avrum, n. d., 1983
4 169 Bragg, M., 1938
4 170 Bragin, Moe; see Field, Ben
4 171 Braiterman, Meyer, 1964
4 172 Branch, Douglas, 1934-1948
4 173 Branch, Edgar M., 1975
4 174 Brand, Millen, 1939-1975
4 174a Brandt & Brandt, 1947
4 175 Brathovde, John Sr. and Mary Rose, 1968-1985
4 176 Braverman, Harry, 1956
4 177 Breihan, Carl W., 1951-1952
4 178 Breman, Paul, 1964
4 179 Brennan, Madeline, 1951
4 180 Brent, Claire, n. d.
4 181 Brent, Jennie and Stuart, 1948
4 182 Brewster, Dorothy, 1935-1966
4 183 Bricker, Harry, n. d., 1967-1982
4 184 Brill, Ernest, n. d., 1974-1980
4 185 Bristow, Kenneth and Sanka, n. d., 1956-1988
4 186 Brittain, Vera, 1964
4 187 Brookhauser, Frank, 1946
4 188 Brooks, Ernest, 1951
4 189 Brooks, Gwendolyn, (also photocopy of one poem) n. d., 1945-1983
4 190 Brow, Bob, n. d.
4 191 Brown, (?), 1935
4 192 Brown, Andreas L., n. d., 1964
4 193 Brown, Bob, n. d.
4 194 Brown, Dave, 1934-1939
4 195 Brown, Dee, 1950-1977
4 196 Brown, Dorothy Moulding, 1947
4 197 Brown, Emil, (Charlie), n. d.
4 198 Brown, Frank, 1934
4 199 Brown, Lester E., 1947
4 200 Brown, Lloyd L., 1948
4 201 Brown, Paul, n. d.
4 202 Browne, Ray, 1973-1974
4 203 Browning, Alice, n. d., 1946-1974
4 204 Bruccoli, Matthew, 1968-1977
4 205 Bruder Mildred, 1950-1974
4 206 Bruell, Carol, Edwin, and Eleanor, 1963-1985
4 207 Brundage, M. R., ("Slim"), (regarding College of Complexes) 1952-1983
4 208 Bruner, Sylvan, 1934-1935
4 209 Bryan, Horace, 1941
4 210 Bryan, Sharon Kelly, 1969
4 211 Bryant, Jerry, 1964
4 212 Buchanan, Mildred and Samuel, 1977
4 213 Buchanan, Anna and W. C., 1966
4 214 Buck, Ashley, (also to Peggy Werkley, works) n. d., 1939-1980
4 215 Buck, Virginia, 1980-1983
4 216 Buckman, Gertrude, 1963
4 217 Buckmaster, Henrietta, n. d.
4 218 Buehler, A. A., 1934
5 219 Buhle, Paul, 1976
5 220 Bukowski, Charles, n. d., 1964, 1976
5 221 Bulosan, Carlos, 1946
5 222 Bunning, Kenneth, 1977
5 223 Burgess, Ray, 1973
5 224 Burke, John Gordon, (American Libraries Bulletin) 1968-1974
5 225 Burman, Marie, 1949
5 226 Burn, Barbara, 1971
5 227 Burns, Ben, 1947-1951
5 228 Burnshaw, Stanley, 1934-1948
5 229 Burroughs, Charles and Margaret, (also art print by M. Burroughs; see also: subject file: DuSable Museum of African-American History), n. d., 1950-1987
5 230 Bushman, Betty and John, n. d., 1945-1984
5 231 Buttitta, A. J., 1933
5 232 Cahill, Paul, 1962-1963
5 233 Caldwell, Erskine and Virginia, (also to Tom Conroy) 1933-1984
5 234 Callahan, Larry, 1956-1965
5 235 Calmer, Alan, 1935
5 236 Calverton, Victor Francis, (V. F.), (The Modern Quarterly/Monthly), 1932-1933
5 237 Cameron, Angus, 1969-1972
5 238 Camp, William M., 1945
5 239 Campbell, Betty, 1973
5 240 Campbell, Effie, 1948-1950
5 241 Cantwell, Robert (Bob), 1932-1933
5 242 Caplan, Alfred, 1933-1937
5 243 Cappon, Alex, (University of Missouri), 1969
5 244 Cardwell, Russ, n. d., ca. 1986
5 245 Carlbom, Art, n. d., 1954-1969
5 246 Carlisle, Harry, 1965
5 247 Carlson, Don J., (postcard photo of Clarence Darrow) 1975
5 248 Carlson, Eric W., (University of Connecticut), 1975
5 249 Carlson, Maurice Irwin, 1934
5 250 Carmichael, M. Christopher, (The Black Bard), 1932
5 251 Carmon, Walt, (New Masses, also to H. H. Lewis) n. d., 1929-1962
5 252 Carruth, Hayden, (to Walt), 1973
5 253 Carter, Mary, 1974
5 254 Carter, Tim, (to Jerry Swartz ?), n. d.
5 255 Casciato, Art, 1982
5 256 Case, Richard G. (Dick), 1968
5 257 Castilio, Jose Guillermo, (Center for Inter-American Relations), 1971
5 258 Cerf, Bennett, 1950
5 259 Chambers, Mary Susan, (also works), 1951-1954
5 260 Chambers, Whittaker, (New Masses), 1932
5 261 Chamier, Richard J., n. d., 1967-1982
5 262 Channing-Renton, E. M., 1929-1934
5 263 Chantin, Henry, (Rutgers), 1973
5 264 Chaplin, Rudolph ("Boots"), 1938-1939
5 265 Charles, Howard, (H. J. or "Skip"), (Robert Bentley, Inc.), 1978-1979
5 266 Charles E. Merrill Publishing Company, 1970-1973
5 266a Charles Scribner's Sons, Publishers, 1947
5 267 Charmchi, Maryam, 1988
5 268 Charters, Sandy, 1958
5 269 Chaunt, P., (to Joe), 1934
6 270 Chenneviere, Andre and Suzanne (later Suzanne Lehmann), and Henri Lehmann, (also poems), n. d., 1945-1984
6 271 Chernus, Judith, (Viking Press), 1964
6 272 Cheyney, Ralph, n. d., 1930-1931
6 273 Chicago Council on Foreign Relations, 1964-1965
6 273a Chicago Daily News, 1947
6 274 Chicago Defender (also strike poster), 1946-1947
6 275 Chicago Schools Journal, 1950
6 276 Chomyk, Mike, 1988
6 277 Christian, Henry A., 1970-1988
6 278 Christiansen, Richard, 1966
6 279 Church, Arthur, n. d., 1952
6 280 Cianciolo, Pauline A., (American Library Association), 1970
6 281 Citadel Press, The, 1948
6 282 City Bank and Trust Co., 1966
6 283 Clair, Jay H., n. d.
6 284 Clark, Bennett Champ, (U. S. Senate), 1933
6 285 Clark, June, n. d.
6 286 Clemens, Cyril, (Mark Twain Journal) 1967-1971
6 287 Clements, Albert Edward, 1931-1938
6 288 Clifford, Arthur (Art), 1938-1939
6 289 Clift, David H., (American Library Association), 1967
6 290 Close, David, 1978
6 291 Clugston, W. G., 1947
6 292 Clyne, Barbara, n. d.
6 293 Coapman, Dave, 1957, 1969
6 294 Coates, Grace Stone, n.d., 1931-1933
6 295 Code, Grant, 1953-1973
6 296 Coe, Katherine Hunter, 1932
6 297 Coffield, J. Robert, (Bob), n. d.
6 298 Cohen, Abbott S., 1934
6 299 Cohen, Alfred, 1933-1934
6 300 Cohen, Florence, n. d., 1961-1974
6 301 Cohen, Sara, n. d., 1948
6 302 Collins, William, 1963
6 302a Columbia University Press, 1947
6 303 Comerchero, Victor, 1965
6 304 Condon, Jack, n. d., 1963
6 305 Connell, Virginia, (Carnegie Public Library, Moberly), 1948, 1951
6 306 Conrad, Earl, n. d., 1947-1976
6 307 Conroy, Bette, (also works) n. d., 1967-1973
6 308 Conroy, Jack (illustrator; no relation to Conroy), 1958
6 309 Conroy, Thomas P. (Tom) and Muriel, (also photographs), n. d., 1950-1981
6 310 Cook, Fannie, n. d., 1939-1949
6 311 Cooksley, S. Bert, 1932
6 312 Copeland, Josephine, n. d.
6 313 Corey, Paul, 1933-1986
6 314 Corey, Ruth Lechlitner, 1939, 1973
6 315 Corrie, Joe, 1931
6 316 Coryn, Julie F., 1969-1970
6 317 Cosgrave, Mary Silva, 1951-1957
6 318 Covici, Friede Inc. Publishers, 1933-1936
6 319 Covici, Pascal (Viking Press), 1941-1964
6 320 Covin, Kelly, 1970-1971
6 321 Cowley, Malcolm, (also to H. H. Lewis), n. d., 1931-1973
6 322 Cramer, Rebecca, 1982
6 323 Crandall, Gordon, 1967-1986
6 324 Crandall, Norma, n. d., 1958-1965
6 325 Crandall, Richard, 1979
6 326 Crank, Arnold B. ("A. B. C."), n. d., 1969-1979
6 327 Crawford, Bruce, n. d.
6 328 Crawford, John, 1977-1982
6 329 Crawford, Nelson Antrim, 1947-1955
6 330 Creamer, Joseph, n. d.
6 331 Creed, Howard H., n. d., 1950-1985
6 332 Creed, Roscoe, 1982
6 333 Crews, Judson C., (also works) n. d., 1939
7 334 Crighton, Florence, 1974
7 335 Crocker, Joseph (Joe), 1934
7 336 Cromie, Robert (Bob) and Alice Hamilton, (also works), n. d., 1946-1979
7 337 Cross, Hollace, 1968
7 338 Crossley, Wallace, 1934
7 339 Crown Publishers, 1962
7 340 Croy, Homer, 1939-1964
7 341 Cruden, Janet and Robert (Bob), 1933-1989
7 342 Cumberland, David, 1984
7 343 Cummings, Ralph, 1956
7 344 Cunningham, Bill, n. d.
7 345 Cunningham, Virginia, (Avant Garde Magazine) 1965-1969
7 346 Curry, David, (Apple Magazine), 1969
7 347 Curtis, Carol and Clyde, 1982
7 348 Cuthbert, Clifton, 1937
7 349 Cutler, L. G., to Hugh Hanley (Emerson Price), 1932
7 350 Dahlberg, Edward, 1934-1970
7 351 Daily Worker, 1932
7 352 Daly, R.W., (Bill), 1966
7 353 Danco, Walter, 1962-1966
7 354 Danley, F. W., 1934
7 355 Daves, Maureen, 1964
7 356 Davey, Thomas K., n. d.
7 357 Davidson, Donald, (Lawrence Hill Publishers), 1982
7 358 Davis, Harry, n. d.
7 359 Davis, Helen, Frank, Mark, Lynn, and Bonnie, 1950
7 360 Dawson, Louise M., n. d.
7 361 Day, Dorothy, (St. Joseph's House), 1968-1974
7 362 De Armand, Marjorie, (New Masses), 1944
7 363 De Jong, David C., 1931
7 363a De Vries, Peter (Pete) (New Yorker) 1947
7 364 Decker Press, 1949
7 365 Dedmon, Emmett, (Chicago Sun Times), 1947-1973
7 366 DeFord, Miriam Allen, 1932-1963
7 367 DeLanney, Gene C., 1970
7 368 Dell Publishing Co., 1932
7 369 Dellinger, Harold L., (Foolkiller), (also works), n. d., 1955-1987
7 370 DeLoach, Alice, 1981
7 371 Demby, Betty J., n. d., 1966-1967
7 372 Derleth, August, n. d., 1969
7 373 Dero, Gertrude Don, n. d.
7 374 Derrickson, Howard, n. d., 1966-1968
7 375 Diamond, Alan, 1954
7 376 Diamond, Edwin, 1951
7 377 Diamond, Esta, (also works), 1949
7 378 Dickerson, Herbert L., 1935
7 379 Dickinson, Donald C., (University of Missouri Library), n. d. 1967-1969
7 380-383 Diggles, Joseph Cavanaugh (Joe), (also photograph), n. d., 1939-1973
7 384 Diggles, Mary, (also Mary Diggles Forsmark) n. d., 1976-1985
7 385 Dilliard, Irving, 1961-1964
7 386 Dime Novel Club, 1945-1946
7 387 Dinamov, Sergei, (Intl. Union of Revolutionary Writers), 1933-1935
7 388 Dixon, Ray, (The Workers Theatre), 1934
8 389 Dobie, J. Frank, 1962-1963
8 390 Dochtermann, Wolfram J., (Columbia College), 1965
8 390a Dodd, Mead & Company, 1947
8 391 Dolowy, Merry Ann and Gus, (also photographs and drawing), 1964-1968
8 392 Donahey, Mary D., 1946
8 393 Donovan, Dianne, (Chicago Tribune), n. d.
8 394 Donnen, Leon, 1932
8 395 Doray, Leon, 1934
8 396 Dorinson, Amos ("Dorry") and Zena, n. d., 1949-1989
8 397 Dorrell, Betty, 1975
8 398 Dorson, Richard M., 1939-1966
8 399 Dos Passos, John, n. d.
8 400 Doubleday and Company, 1947, 1957
8 401 Dover, Maureen, 1965
8 402 Dowling, Dave, 1972
8 403 Dowling, Edward and Anna, 1959
8 404 Downey, Doug, n. d., 1963
8 405 Dreis, Hazel (to Ralph Cheyney), n. d.
8 406 Dreiser, Elizabeth, 1964
8 407 Drenner, Don V. R., n. d., 1966-1976
8 4048 Drew, Bettina, 1984
8 409 Driskell, Jo, n. d.
8 410 Drummond, Don, (University of Missouri), 1963
8 411 Dubkin, Leonard, n. d., 1969-1972
8 412 Du Breuil, Paul and Janet, 1964
8 413 Dunlap, Franklin, n. d., 1963-1982
8 414 Dunn, John A. (Jack), 1963
8 415 Dunne, Thomas and Anne, n. d.
8 416 Duster, Alfreda, 1947-1954
8 417 E. P. Dutton and Co., Inc., 1947, 1964
8 418 Eagleton, Thomas F., (U. S. Senate), 1969-1973
8 419 Eby, Cecil D., 1968-1969
8 420 Editions Sociales, (to Michel Fabre), 1966
8 421 Edmunds, Murrell, 1950-1974
8 422 Edson, C. L., 1947
8 423 Ehrlich, Sophia K., 1949
8 424 Eiseley, Loren, 1969-1975
8 425 Eisenschiml, Otto, 1946
8 426 Eilshemius, Louis M., to Hugh Hanley (Emerson Price), 1929
8 427 Ek, Charles M., 1929-1943
8 428 Elistratova, Anne, 1934
8 429 Elitzik, Paul, 1980-1984
8 430 Ellinger, Rory, 1973
8 431 Ely-Estorick, Eric, n. d., 1934
8 432 Embree, Charles (C. B.), 1974-1980
8 433 Emergency Civil Liberties Committee, 1959
8 433a Encyclopedia Britannica, 1969
8 434 Engels, Bernice, 1950
8 435 England, Robert, 1934
8 436 Engler, G. B., n. d.
8 437 English, Maurice, n. d., 1953-1974
8 438 Ensis, E. Manuel, 1972
8 439 Enters, Angna, 1963
8 440 Erickson, Conroy, 1964
8 441 Eriksson, Paul S., 1973
8 442 Erisman, Robert O. (Bob), n. d., 1948-1959
8 443 Eskew, Garnett L., n. d.
8 443a Esquire, 1947
8 444 Ettinger, Alice, n. d.
8 445 Ettinger, Andrew, (Trident Press), 1965
8 446 Euston, Jake H., (The Westerners), 1958
8 447 Evans, Hundo J., 1932
8 448 Evers, William, 1932
8 448a F. S. Crofts & Co., 1947
8 449 Fabre, Michel and Genevieve, (also photographs, works), n. d., 1963-1988
8 450 Fagin, Nathan Bryllion, (also publications, clippings) 1931-1970
8 451 Falk, Hans-Joachim, (German Embassy), 1965
8 452 Falkowski, Edward J., (Ed), 1931-1982
9 453-456a Fallon, Lawrence ("Bud"), (also to Nelson Algren, Jesse Blue, and Martha Blankenship), n. d., 1937-1971
9 457 Falzone, Clifford, 1970
9 458 Farmers Weekly, 1934
9 459 Farnham, Rebecca, (International Bookshop), 1934
9 460 Farnsworth, Robert M. (Bob), 1971-1975
9 461 Farrar, John, (Publisher), 1933-1947, 1973
9 462 Farrell, James (Jim), (also to Nelson Algren), 1949-1971
9 463 Feikema, Feike (Fred) (See also Manfred, Frederick Feikema), 1947-1951
9 464 Feinberg, Leonard, 1941, 1950
9 465 Feldman, Abe, 1949, 1969
9 466 Feldman, Eugene (see also: subject file: The DuSable Museum of African-American History), 1957
9 467 Felson, Hank, to Chicago Sun, n. d.
9 468 Fennelly, Orienne, n. d., 1960-1964
9 469 Fenson, Avrum; see Brady, Kristin and Fenson, Avrum
9 470 Ferguson, Hazel R., (Friends of Literature), 1948-1958
9 471 Ferguson, Irene, n. d., 1976-1986
9 472 Ferguson, J. E. (Jim), 1938
9 473 Ferrini, Vincent, 1978-1980
9 474 Fetzer, Tony, (also works), n. d., 1947-1969
10 475 Field, Ben (Moe Bragin), 1932-1982
10 476 Field, Carolyn W., 1974
10 477 Filler, Louis, 1964
10 478 Finch, Marge and Russell (Russ), 1959-1970
10 479 Fink, Janice, n. d., 1943-1950
10 480 Finnan-Haddie, Alexander, 1970
10 481 First Congress of Soviet Writers, 1934, 1946
10 482 Fischer, Hanns, 1966
10 483 Fisher, Dorothy Canfield, 1945-1956
10 484 Fisher, Vardis, 1963-1964
10 485 Fisk, Calvin Rogers (Cal), 1949-1973
10 486 Flanagan, T., 1964
10 487 Flerlage, Luise and Ray, (Kinnara Distributors), 1971
10 488 Fles, Barthold, 1970
10 489 Flint, Mary G., 1963
10 490 Flintan, Douglas, (also works), n. d.
10 491 Flintoff, Corey, 1974
10 492 Flory, Ishmael, (to John V. Garvick), 1974
10 493 Folsom, Franklin, (League of American Writers), (also photographs and to Nelson Algren), 1939-1952
10 494 Folsom, Michael, n. d., 1966-1977
10 495 Forbes and Company Book Publishers, 1947
10 496 Forsmark, Mary Diggles; see Diggles, Mary
10 497 Foster, Mary, n. d., 1945-1987
10 498 Francisco, Pastor R., (to Donald C. Bowden), 1945
10 499 Franklin, John Hope, 1966
10 500 Franklin, Robert, 1935
10 501 Franklin, Thomas R., (Burt Franklin and Co., Inc.), 1975-1979
10 502 Frazier, Forrest, n. d., 1951-1968
10 503 Frederick, John T. (Federal Writer's Project), 1938, 1947
10 504 Freedman, Bunill, 1956
10 505 Freeman, Joseph, (New Masses), 1933
10 506 French, Warren G., 1967
10 507 Fried, Emanuel (Manny), 1977-1986
10 508 Fried, Lewis (Lew), (also works), n.d., 1969-1978
10 509 Friedman, Irving F. (Irv), n. d., 1967-1981
10 510 Friedman, Lillian ("La Belle"), n. d., 1946-1969
10 511 Friend, Joseph H., to I. Margolis, 1943
10 512 Fudge, W. K. (Bill), 1965-1968
10 513 Fujio, Masaki, 1932-1933
10 514 Fujiwara, Sakae, 1969
10 515 Fulbright, J. W., (U. S. Senate), 1954
10 516 Funaroff, S., n. d., 1933
10 517 Furey, Charlie and Marie L., 1963-1966
10 518 Furman, Leonard (Len) and Shirley, n. d., 1966-1974
10 519 Furr, Georgiana, 1985-1990
10 520 Fury, Bill, ca. 1950
10 521 Gadd, Sam, n. d., 1962-1972
10 522 Gaer, Joseph, (Boni and Gaer, Inc.), 1931-1946
10 523 Gallagher, Jack, 1948
10 524 Gannon, Joe, n. d., 1975-1983
10 525 Gannon, Tom, n. d., 1969-1974
10 526 Garlin, Sender, (Progressive Weekly), 1939
10 527 Garrett, Molly, 1978
10 528 Gartner, Dennis, 1969-1970
10 529 Garvey, A. Jacques (Mrs.), 1964
10 530 Garvey, Flo, n. d.
10 531 Gaspar, Jeannette and Sam, 1964-1968
10 532 Gates, Arnold, 1974-1977
10 533 Gates, J. D., (Jo), ca. 1950
10 534 Gauldin, Sara S., 1988
10 535 George Banta Publishing, 1947
10 536 Gerhard, Ralph, n. d.
10 537 Gertz, Elmer, 1966-1970
10 538 Getz, Judie, 1977
11 539 Gilbert, James B. (Jim), 1965-1972
11 540 Gilbert, Lou ("Giggy", "Gigi") and Martha Lou, Francie and Nicky, n. d., 1949-1972
11 541 Gilliland, Marion, 1973
11 542 Gilman, James W. (Jim) and Gilman-Nelson, Jennifer, 1950-1977
11 543 Gilpin, DeWitt and Mimi, ca. ca. 1950
11 544 Gimbel, Barbara, (also works), 1950
11 545 Gingrich, Arnold, (Esquire Magazine), n. d.
11 546 Ginn and Company Educational Publishers, 1966
11 547 Giop, Sonia R., 1967-1974
11 548 Gipson, J. H. (Jim), (The Caxton Printers, Ltd.) 1933-1955
11 549 Girling, Ray L., (also to Frank Mead), 1956
11 550 Glazer, Tom, 1952
11 551 Gleason, Ralph, 1957-1958
11 552 Glickman, Will, 1976-1980
11 553 Gobetz, Edward (Ed), 1978
11 554 Goddard, Bob, ca. 1950
11 555 Goetze, 1949-1950
11 556 Gold, Michael (Mike), (also to Tom), n. d., 1936-1939
11 557 Gold, Muriel A., ("Sunset"), (also photograph), 1956-1958
11 558 Goldberg, Larry, 1964-1986
11 559 Golden, Moe, n. d.
11 560 Goll, Joe and Margaret, 1974-1976
11 561 Golub, Isidor, 1931
11 562 Gonciar, Beth, 1947
11 563 Goodlad, John I., 1955, 1964
11 564 Goodwin, Wendell, 1951, 1976
11 565 Gordi, Tooni, 1945
11 566 Gordon, Bacia, 1968
11 567 Gordon, Bernard (Bernie), 1964
11 568 Gordon, Don, 1938
11 569 Gordon, Richard, (Wide Open Magazine), 1954
11 570 Gore, Budd, (also to Arthur E. Church), 1956
11 571 Gorman, Patrick E., 1978
11 572 Gorman, Alice and Tom, n. d.
11 573 Goss, Margaret Taylor, 1948-1964
11 574 Gottfried, Ted, 1986
11 575 Gould, Symon, (American Library Service), 1947-1948
11 576 Gourfain, Ed, Jean, Joyce, and Peter, (also art print by Joyce) n. d., 1950-1965
11 577 Goyen, William (Bill), 1967
11 578 Graham, Billy, (Chicago Sun-Times), 1957
11 579 Graham, Jed, 1956
11 580 Granich, Elisabeth, 1974
11 581 Grant, Joe, 1985
11 582 Grant, W. Parks, (Bill), 1949-1982
11 583 Graves, Cliff, 1975-1976
11 584 Graves, Frances R., 1952
11 585 Gray, Frances, 1976-1978
11 586 Greb, William Henry, Jr., 1936
11 587 Green, Gerald, 1968-1972
11 588 Greenfield, Robert (Bob), 1972-1976
11 589 Greenleaf, Richard (Dick), 1963
11 590 Greenstein, Jesse L., 1931
11 591 Gregg Publishing Company, 1948
11 592 Gregory, Horace, 1935
11 593 Gressley, Gene M., (University of Wyoming), 1975-1982
11 594 Greulich, J. A., (Brotherhood of Utility Employees), 1936
11 595 Griffith, Roger, 1973-1975
11 596 Griffiths, Gareth and Sally, n. d.
11 597 Grimes, Anne, 1955-1957
11 598 Grossner, Isabel, (Chicago Historical Society), 1973-1974
11 599 Grove, Thurman, 1945
11 600 Grumbach, Doris, (The New Republic), 1974
12 601 Guggenheim, Mary, 1946, 1973
12 602 Guilfoil, Kelsey, 1950-1951
12 603 Guldbrandsen, Peter, 1935
12 604 Gunn, Aldine, (also works), 1974-1981
12 605 Gunn, Harold, 1970-1976
12 606 Gunn, John W., 1945-1956, n.d.
12 607 Gurewitz, Esther, 1952-1953
12 608 Haas, Joseph (Joe), (Chicago Daily News), 1968-1971
12 609 Hackward, Tom L., (also works), 1960-1981
12 610 Haessler, Mildred Barnes, (Northshore Writers Group), 1945
12 611 Hagen, William, San Francisco Chronicle, 1963
12 612-614 Hagglund, Ben C. ("Bensk"), 1930-1975
12 615 Hagopian, Dick, n. d., 1949-1961
12 616 Haining, James (Jim), 1972-1984
12 617 Haldeman-Julius Publications, 1932, 1947
12 618 Hall, C., 1931
12 619 Hall, James (Jim), 1963-1971
12 620 Hall, Tim, (Struggle Magazine), 1984-1988
12 621 Halleck, Frank A., 1954-1983
12 622 Halliburton, Josephine, 1 1953
12 623 Halper, Albert, 1934
12 624 Halsell, Grace, 1984
12 625 Hamilton Cromie, Alice; see Cromie, Robert (Bob), and Alice Hamilton
12 626 Hammersmith Bookshop, to Gladys, 1955
12 627 Handley-Taylor, Geoffrey, 1964-1978
12 628 Hanley, Hugh; see Price, Emerson
12 629 Hanna, A. D., 1950
12 630 Hansen, Harry, 1933-1947; 1963
12 631 Hansen, Jacob, 1963
12 632 Hansome, Marius, 1938
12 633 Hanson, Polly, n. d., 1950-1963
12 634 Harbur, Audrey and James (Jim), 1956-1957
12 635 Harcourt Brace and Co., 1932
12 636 Harder, C. J., 1968
12 637 Hargett, David B., n. d., 1967-1975
12 638 Haron, Dan, 1971
12 639 Harper, Fred J., (Drama Auditions, Inc.), 1950
12 640 Harper and Brothers Publishers, 1935, 1947
12 640a Harpers Bazaar, 1947
13 641 Harrell, Beatrice, to Gladys, 1954
13 642 Harris, Dick and Ethel, (also to Frank Mead), 1964-1973
13 643 Harris, Donna, n. d., 1969
13 644 Harris, Josephine (Jo) and Mark, (also works), 1946-1980
13 645 Harris, Syd, n. d.
13 646 Harrison, Charles Yale, to Lewis, 1929
13 647 Harrison, Henry, (Publisher), 1931-1933
13 648 Harsh, Vivian G., (Chicago Public Library), 1947
13 649 Hart, Alice, 1977
13 650-652 Hart, George, n. d., 1960-1975
13 653 Hart, Henry, 1935
13 654 Hart, James D., (also to James Swartz), 1958, 1969
13 655 Hashem, Najwa, 1976-1979
13 656 Hassell, Harriet, 1938
13 657 Hatch, James (Jim), (City College of New York), 1975
13 658 Hathaway, Ray R., 1977
13 659 Hauser, Jacob, (also works), 1949
13 660 Havighurst, Walter, 1958-1963
13 661 Hayakawa, S. I., (Don), 1963-1965
13 662 Haynes, Frank, 1987
13 663 Haynes, Jack, 1932
13 664 Hays, Lee, (also works), n. d.
13 665 Hazard, Mike, (Centre for Internationalising Everything), 1979
13 666 Hazlett, Carolee, 1986
13 667 Healy, Celia, 1981
13 668-669 Hecht, Mike and Terry, 1947-1988
13 670 Hedrick, Hannah, (Negro American Literature Forum), 1975
13 671 Heil, Jack, n. d.
13 672 Heller, Mary Ann, n. d., 1961-1966, 1974
13 673 Henderson, Bill, (The Pushcart Press), 1976-1978
13 674 Henderson, Roswell P., n. d., 1963-1966
13 675 Henderson, Ruth Gordon, 1948-1950
13 676 Henderson, Tom, 1946
13 677 Henderson, Welker, n. d., 1981-1983
13 678 Hennacy, Ammon, (also publications), 1965
13 678a Henry Holt and Company, Inc., Publishers, 1947
13 679 Herbst, Josephine, 1933-1943
13 680 Herman, Jack, 1967
13 681 Herman, Jan, 1955, 1982-1983
13 682 Hermann, John, 1974
13 683 Hertzel, Leo J., (also works), 1967-1969
13 684 Hetman, Dan, 1973
13 685 Heymoolen, A., 1932
13 686 Hickey, Thomas, 1931
13 687 Hicks, Clifford B., 1961
13 688 Hicks, Granville, n. d., 1932-1934
13 689 Higgins, John Lee, n. d.
13 690 Hill, Harry, 1968
13 691 Hill, Herbert, (NAACP ), 1966
13 692-693 Hill, Lawrence (Larry), (Hill and Wang, Lawrence Hill Publishers), 1959-1986
14 694 Hill and Wang, Inc., (Publishers), n. d., 1962-1971
14 695 Hilsabeck, Arch, 1970
14 696 Hire, Ellen, n. d., 1964-1973
14 697 Hirschfeld, Art, 1964
14 698 Hoeltje, Hubert H., 1962-1963
14 699 Hoffman, Don, (The Kansas City Star), 1971-1980
14 700 Hoffman, Frank A., 1975
14 701 Hoffman, Helen, 1982
14 702 Hoffman-Greenberg, Clare, 1947-1948
14 703 Hogan, Barbara, (also works), 1977-1989
14 704 Hogan, William (Bill), (San Francisco Chronicle), 1963-1965
14 705 Holden, Charles, 1948
14 706 Holder, Wanda C., n. d.
14 707 Holland, Tommie Beatrice, 1965
14 708 Holman, Moses Carl, 1945
14 709 Holman, William R., 1968
14 710 Homberger, Eric, 1978
14 711 Hopkins, Dorothy Elliott, 1975-1976
14 712 Horton, Aimee I., 1958-1984
14 713 Hospitalized Veterans Writing Project, 1948
14 714 Houda, Helen, 1945
14 715 Houghton, Henry O., 1966
14 716 Houghton Mifflin Company, 1946-1985
14 717 Hozler, C., (Moberly Community Theater), 1980
14 718 Huddleston, Warren, ("Hud"), n. d., 1970-1972
14 719 Hudson, Arthur Palmer, 1962-1963
14 720 Hughes, Emoys, (Forward Journal), to Joe Corrie, 1931
14 721 Hughes, Ken, n. d., 1956-1964
14 721a Hughes, Langston, 1941
14 722 Hulett, Irene, n. d.
14 723 Humboldt, Charles, 1946-1947
14 724 Hungate, William L., (U. S. House of Representatives), 1967-1972
14 725 Hunter, Tom, 1987
14 726 Hurd, Harry Elmore, (poem), 1932
14 727 Hurst, Lewis, 1974
14 728 Husband, John, 1950
14 729 Hutchings, Reginald, n. d.
14 730 Hutchinson, Veronica, 1947
14 731 Ikeda, Masaki, (Front), 1931-1932
14 732 Inglis, Agnes, 1932-1934
14 733 International Biographical Center, 1975-1978
14 734 Ippolito, Donna, (The Swallow Press), 1971
14 735 Israel, Boris, 1934
14 736 J. Philip O'Hara, Inc., 1973
14 737 Jackson, Julian, n. d.
14 738 Jackson, Lorraine, (to Bud), 1956
14 739 Jaffey, Bessie, 1946-1947
14 740 James, Dan, n. d.
14 741 James, Tom, (Midwest Alliance), n. d., 1978
14 742 Janson, Joseph (Joe), 1952-1953
14 743 Jarrboe, George, (John/Jack Ackerson), 1932-1975
14 744 Jean, Russell, 1963
14 745 Jeffries, Elizabeth (Betty), 1954
14 746 Jeffries, George Douglas, (Storm Magazine), 1933
14 747 Jenkins, Burris, 1935
14 748 Jewell, James William, n. d.
14 749 Joffe, David F., 1944
14 750 Joffe, Eugene, n. d., 1934
14 750a John Day Company Inc., Publishers, 1947
14 751 John Simon Guggenheim Memorial Foundation, 1963-1983
14 752 Johns, Judith, 1973
14 753 Johns, Orrick, n. d., 1934
14 754 Johns Hopkins Press, 1965-1966
15 755 Johnson, Barry C., (The English Westerners' Society), 1965-1966
15 756-758 Johnson, Curt, 1968-1990
15 759 Johnson, Dalton, 1934
15 760 Johnson, Dee, 1939
15 761 Johnson Reprint Corporation, 1967
15 762 Jonas, Ann, 1949
15 763 Jones, Ann, 1974
15 764 Jones, Joe, n. d., ca. 1950, 1975
15 765 Jones, Madison, n. d., 1957-1978
15 766 Jones, Ramsey, 1950
15 767 Jones, Williams, (Mack), 1973
15 768 Jordan, Bill, (John Reed Club), 1932
15 769 Joyce, Thomas J., 1976
15 770 Kalantar, Nick (George Sessions Perry), 1934
15 771 Kalar, Dick, 1986
15 772 Kalar, Joseph, 1931-1968
15 773 Kaltofen, R. M., 1931
15 773a Kansas City Star, 1947
15 774 Kansas State Historical Society, 1947
15 775 Kapustka, Stan Lee, 1947
15 776 Karlin, Leonard, (Lennie K.) (includes legal brief, United States vs. Donald Maurice Weatherall, 1965) 1954, 1965
15 777 Karnot, Etienne (International Arbeiter - Theater - Bund), 1933
15 778 Kauffman, George, 1939-1980
15 779 Kauffmann, Stanley (The New Republic), 1967
15 780 Kaufman, Wolfe, 1942
15 781 Kaufmann, Myron (Mike), n.d., 1957-1962
15 782 Keaney, Dick, 1959-1970
15 783 Keating, Paul, 1933
15 784 Keller, Dean H., 1972-1973
15 785 Kelley, Robert F., 1933
15 786 Kelly, Fred C., 1948
15 787 Kemp, Edward, 1966-1980
15 788 Kemph, Tud, n.d., 1942
15 789 Kennedy, Adelaide and Eugene (Gene), 1950-1977
15 790 Kennedy, Leo, n.d., 1962-1964
15 791 Kennedy, Stetson, 1939
15 792 Kerby, Frederick M., 1935-1936
15 793 Kerlan, Irvin, 1948-1952
15 794 Kessler, Lorraine (John Wiley and Sons, Inc.), 1968
15 795 Kessler, Lucy R., 1931
15 796 Kichler, Gail, 1967
15 797 King, Larry L., 1968-1969
15 798 Kingsbury, Robert, 1934-1951
15 799 Kingslow, Janice, n.d.
15 800 Kinland, Bender, 1950's-1989
15 801 Kinnamon, Kenneth, 1965
15 802 Kinzie, Mary, n.d., 1975-1978
15 803 Kirk, Lona, 1948-1975
15 804 Kirkpatrick, Davis, 1938
15 805 Kirsch, Robert, 1965-1968
15 806 Kisor, Henry, n.d., 1973-1980
15 807 Kissen, I. T., 1939
15 808 Klein, Marvin, 1931-1932
15 809 Kline, Betsy, 1979
15 810 Kline/Klein, Herbert, n.d., 1934
15 811 Kline, Marc, 1968
15 812 Klinkowitz, Jerome, 1978-1979
15 813 Klotzer, Charles L. (Focus Midwest), 1962
16 814 Knepler, Henry, 1963
16 815 Knight, A. S. (Literary Agent), 1966
16 816 Knoblauch-Franc, Marion, 1959-1989
16 817 Knodle, Jan, 1974
16 818 Knopf, Alfred A., 1930-1932
16 819 Koch, Ray and Charlotte (Chucky), [last to caretaker Carolee Hazlett], 1967-1990
16 820 Koeller, Terry, 1948
16 821 Kogan, Bernard, 1956-1967
16 822 Kogan, Herman, (HK), n.d., 1950's-1984
16 823 Kohler, Lili, 1952
16 824 Kojima, Moss, n.d.
16 825 Konieczny, Dorothy, 1952
16 826 Koshland, Miriam, n.d., 1955-1958
16 827 Kramer, Dale, ca. 1950-1966
16 828 Kramer, Marilyn and Walter, 1974-1985
16 829 Kramer, Milton, 1979-1988
16 830 Kramer, Nora, 1961-1962
16 831 Krappe, Edith S., 1963
16 832 Krasny, Michael, 1973
16 833 Krawiec, Dick, n.d.
16 834 Kravit, Hy, 1935
16 835 Kresensky, Raymond, 1931-1943
16 836 Kress, Melvile, 1969-1974
16 837 Krit, Ann, 1959
16 838 Krit, Ben, 1945-1958
16 839 Kruck, William (Red) (includes photograph), n.d., 1961-1986
16 840 Kruck, Tom, 1983-1987
16 841 Kruger, Fania, 1932, 1950
16 842 Kupcinet, Irv, (Kup) 1953
16 843 Kurth, William H., 1968-1969
16 844 Lacey, Patricia, 1955-1968
16 845 Ladenson, Alex (Chicago Public Library), 1950
16 846 Laflin, L. Ellsworth, Jr., 1972
16 847 Lahart, Ed, 1973
16 848 Laman, Russell, 1964
16 849 Lampson, Robin, (to Hugh Hanley - a.k.a. Emerson Price) 1929
16 850 Lamson, A. E., 1946
16 851 Lamson, Vernon (The Swede) (includes caricature of Lamson), n.d., 1931-1983
16 852 Lane, Rose Wilder, 1934
16 853 Lange, Lillian, 1977
16 854 Langford, Dick, n.d.
16 855 Larkin, Lew, 1970
16 856 Larsen, Eileen, 1976
16 857 Larsen, Erling, 1964-1975
16 858 Larson, Chester A., 1980
16 859 Latin Quarterly, 1934
16 860 Lauda, Louis, 1946-1947
16 861 Lawlar, David (Dave) 1949-1963
16 862 Lawless, Ray M. and Hazel K., 1960-1967
16 863 Lawrence and Wishart Ltd., 1948
16 864 Lawson, Elizabeth, 1932
16 865 Lawson, John Howard, 1935
17 866 Leach , Peter, 1984
17 867 League of American Writers, 1935
17 868 Lear, Oliver, 1935
17 869 Leary, Edward, 1968
17 870 Lease, Benjamin, 1964
17 871 Le Brent, Claire, n.d.
17 872 Lee, Julian, 1951
17 873 Lefley, Bob, 1961
17 874 Lehmann, Henri, see: Chenneviere, Andre and Suzanne, and Henri Lehmann
17 875 Lehmann, Suzanne, see: Chenneviere, Andre and Suzanne, and Henri Lehmann
17 876 Leiber, Fritz, 1958-1965
17 877 Leiber, John L., (Jonny), n.d.
17 878 Leiser, Joseph, 1931
17 879 Lenn, Dave, 1979
17 880 Lens, Sid and Shirley, n.d., 1976-1986
17 881 Leokum, Arcady (Arkady), including letter to "Mr. Gilbert" about Leokum, 1946-1949
17 882 Leon., S. J. , 1975-1976
17 883 Leonard, Bill, n.d., 1954-1967
17 884 Le Parte, Michael, n.d., 1987
17 885 Lermond, Norman Wallace, 1932
17 886 Lerner, Chris, 1974-1981
17 887 Le Sueur, Meridel, n.d., 1958-1980
17 888 Leveridge, Harriet, n.d., 1969
17 889 Levin, Dan, n.d., 1964-1984
17 890 Levinson, Al, n.d., 1948
17 891 Lewis, Alfred Baker, 1932
17 892 Lewis, Anita, 1955-1960
17 893 Lewis, Elizabeth (Doubleday and Co., Publishers), 1968
17 894 Lewis, H. H., (photos), n. d., 1931-1947, 1979
17 895 Lewis, Suzie, 1970-1980
17 896 Lichtenberg, Betsy (McGraw Hill Publishing), 1967
17 897 Lidgard, Mary, 1958-1986
17 898 Lieber, Maxim, 1931-1984
17 899 Liebovitz, David, 1946
17 900-902 Light, James (Jim), (includes photographs) n.d., 1956-1989
18 903 Lincoln, C. Eric, 1967
18 904 Lind, Levi Robert, 1975-1977
18 905 Lindell, Richard L. II, 1974-1975
18 906 Lindenschmidt, Hank, 1976
18 907 Link, Gordden, 1953-1955
18 908 Lipkin, Hilda C., 1947
18 909 Lipp, Leo, n.d., 1938-1968
18 910 Liska, Robert (Bookdealer?), 1971
18 911 Literaturnaya Gazeta, 1934
18 911a Little, Brown & Company, Publishers, 1947
18 912 Little, Harry (To John Norcross), n.d.
18 913 Lloyd, Thomas (Tom), 1973-1974
18 914 Loeb, Adolf, 1951-1954
18 915 Logsdon, Clarence, 1947-1970
18 916 Logsdon, Joe, 1970
18 917 Lomask, Milton (Lo) (also poetry), n.d., 1946-1948
18 918 Lomax, Alan (also clippings and fliers), n. d., 1942-1963
18 919 Londe, Louis, 1946
18 920 London, Gladys, 1963-1968
18 921 Long, Terry, 1974
18 922 Lorenz, Robert and Inge, 1962-1969
18 923 Lorraine, Lilith, n.d., 1930-1951
18 924 Love, Jane, n.d.
18 925 Love, L. H. (Masses), 1934
18 926 Lovejoy, Elijah (Dan Morris), n.d.
18 927 Lowe, Cora, 1959
18 928 Lowe, Elsie Hammons, 1975
18 929 Lowe, Leah, 1982
18 930 Lowenfish, Lee, 1977
18 931 Lowry, Robert J., 1938
18 932 Lozowick, Louis, 1930
18 933 Lukas, Joseph M., 1944
18 934 Lukes, Lee, 1949-1950
18 935 Lund, Roslyn Rosen, n.d., 1977-1978
18 936-937 Lust, Herbert C, n.d., 1953-1977
18 938 Lyle, Anthony A., 1973
18 939 Lyman, Betty: see Correspondence - Oversize, Box +93
18 940 Lyons, Loretta, n.d., 1968-1973
18 941 Lyons, Ruth, 1979
18 942 Lyton , B., 1964
18 943 MacAdoo, Beatrice, 1947
18 944 McAfee, Tom, 1970-1975
18 945 McAuley, Stanley, n.d., 1973-1975
18 946 MacBean, Dilla W., n.d.
18 947 McBrien, William, 1974
18 948 McCann, James, 1931-1932
18 949 McCarty, Maxine, n.d., 1974-1978
18 950 McCauley, Elfrieda, 1968
18 951 McCauley, Leon, n.d., 1934-1972
18 952 McCloskey, Burr, 1983
18 953 McCollum, K. G., 1973-1983
18 954 MacCollum, Mary, 1933
18 955 McCormick, Edith, n.d., 1974-1983
18 956 McCormick, James, 1966-1973
18 957 McCormick, Ken, n.d., 1946-1982
18 958 McCullough, Robert, ca. 1968
19 959 McDaniel, Weston, 1947-1948
19 960 McDermott, John F., 1956
19 961 MacDonald, Dorothy, n.d., 1976
19 962 McDougall, Curtis D., 1978-1984
19 963 McDougall, Priscilla Ruth, 1985
19 964 McDowell, David, 1971, 1977
19 965 McFarlane, Jim and Lee, n.d., 1980-1982
19 966 McGrath, Thomas, n.d.
19 967 McGregor, Susan E., 1983
19 968 McKee, Elizabeth, 1954
19 969 McKeon, Zahava K., 1982-1983
19 970 McKie, William, 1935
19 971 McKinley, Dorothy, 1957
19 972 McKinley, Jim, 1988
19 973 MacLeod, Ian, 1944
19 974 Macleod, Norman, (includes photo), n.d., 1945-1984
19 975 McNash, Jane, 1988
19 976 McNeal, Louise, n.d., 1947
19 977 McPhaul, Jack and Peggy, n.d., 1965, 1976
19 978 McZepalick, Norton, 1980
19 979 Madden, David, n.d.,1966-1979
19 980 Magnoli, Elena, 1982
19 981 Mahnkey, Doug, 1969-1975
19 982 Mainstream, n.d.
19 983 Mair, Lucille, 1967
19 984 Malamud, Bernard, 1960-1962
19 985 Malley, Agnes and John, n.d., 1948
19 986 Mallory, J.W., family of, 1980
19 987 Malone, Marvin (includes works), 1972, 1976
19 988 Maloney, Martin, 1966
19 989 Maltz, Ed, n.d., 1938
19 990 Mamet, Louis, n.d.
19 991 Manch, Joseph Rodman, 1934
19 992 Manfred, Frederick Feikema (see also Feikema, Feike) (includes press release for book Scarlet Plume, 1952-1974
19 993 Mangione, Jerre, 1948-1983
19 994 Marcelin, Emile (Milo?), 1958, 1966
19 995 Marcelin, Philippe (Phito), Eva, and Pierre, 1950-1975
19 996 Margolis, Joseph A., 1934
19 997 Marinaro, Martin, 1974
19 998 Markel, Bobbie, n.d., 1966
19 999 Markowitz, Barbara, n.d., 1961-1983
19 1000 Marks, Jeanette, 1931
19 1001 Marshall, Howard, 1986-1987
19 1102 Marshall, Joe, 1955
19 1003 Martin, G. (Friends of the Soviet Union), 1932
19 1004 Martin, Gene, 1980
19 1005 Martin, Jay, 1966-1973
19 1006 Martin, Jex and Janice, 1962-1979
19 1007 Martin, Joanne, n.d., 1971-1972
19 1008 Marvin, Mark, 1936
19 1009 Masanik, Al, 1976
19 1010 Mason, Dorothy, n.d.
19 1011 Mason, Thad, n.d.
19 1012 Massing, Mike, 1974
19 1013 Mastons, The, 1950
19 1014 Matheson, Pat (Lenox Hill Publishing), 1979
19 1015 Matheson, William, 1969
19 1016 Mathieu, Aron M., 1939, 1952
19 1017 Matteson, Aldine, 1935, 1981
19 1018 Maxham, Frederick B., n.d., 1939
19 1019 May, James Boyer, 1939-1968
19 1020 May, John (?), n.d.
19 1021 Mayfield, John S. , 1978
19 1022 Mayhall, Jane, 1950
19 1023 Mayo, Nico, 1979
19 1024 Mays, Mary, 1964
19 1025-1027 Mead, Frank, n. d., 1948-1983
20 1028 Mead, Jack, 1947-1970
20 1029 Mead, Mabel F., 1953
20 1030 Meador, Edward Kirby (Meador Publishing), 1945
20 1031 Meador, Geraldine L., 1966-1980
20 1032 Medford, Anne and Warren, n.d., 1950-1979
20 1033 Medford, Henrietta, 1979
20 1034 Meeham, Kay and Bill, 1950
20 1035 Meehan, Patricia A. (National Endowment for the Arts), 1968
20 1036 Meherally, Y. J., 1934
20 1037 Meier, Jane, 1955
20 1038 Meier, Larry, n.d.
20 1039 Meine, Franklin J. 1947, 1968
20 1040 Meinershagen, Dorothy B., 1968-1971
20 1041 Mell, Bella, 1973
20 1042 Meltzer, Milton, 1954
20 1043 Mencken, Henry Louis, (H.L.), 1930-1933
20 1044 Menn, Thorpe, n.d., 1967-1978
20 1045 Menorah Society of Northwestern University, 1946
20 1046 Meridel Le Sueur Testimonial Committee (see also Le Sueur, Meridel), 1980
20 1047 Merrick, J.W., 1933
20 1048 Metzger, Claire, 1969
20 1049 Meurant, Rene, 1932
20 1050 Meyer, K. W. (Wisconsin State University), 1967
20 1051 Meyer, Lu, 1986
20 1052 Meyers, Irving, 1967-1974
20 1053 Michaelman, Herbert (Crown Publishers), 1947, 1961-1966
20 1054 Michaelson, Susan, 1973
20 1055 Milburn, George, 1933, 1935
20 1056 Millegan, Lloyd S., 1970
20 1057 Miller, Charles and Lynne, n.d., 1966-1989
20 1058 Miller, Fred R., 1932
20 1059 Miller, Jack, The North Country Anvil, 1973-1979
20 1060 Miller, Louise, 1960-1980
20 1061 Miller, Mary Frances, n.d., 1965-1983
20 1062 Millgate, Michael, 1965
20 1063 Milliken, Julia C., 1976
20 1064 Milnes, Eldon, (ewm), 1976-1977
20 1065 Minnerly, Lucia, ca. 1965
20 1066 Mita, Edo, 1939
20 1067 Mitchell, Denis, 1964
20 1068 Mitchell, K., 1964
20 1069 Mix, Sheldon A., 1961-1980
20 1070 Mizener, Arthur, 1935-1951
20 1071 Moberly Centennial Assoc., 1966
20 1072 Moberly, Helen L., 1935-1972
20 1073 Moe, (Father) n.d.
20 1074 Molson, Jane and Pete, n.d., 1960's
20 1075 Moon, Bucklin, n.d., 1944-1966
20 1076 Mooney, Philip F., 1971
20 1077 Mooney, Tom, 1931-1934
21 1078 Moore, Anson, 1931
21 1079 Moore, Beatrice and Harry, n.d., 1963-1966
21 1080 Moore, Dan Tyler (International Platform Association), 1964-1966
21 1081 Moore, Flossie, 1969-1981
21 1082 Moore, Harry T., n.d., 1980
21 1083 Moran, J. F. (Moran's Hotel), 1964-1965
21 1084 Moravsky, Maria, 1932
21 1085 Morgan, Richard, 1976-1977
21 1086 Mori, Chiye, 1943
21 1087 Morris, Dan, 1983-1988
21 1088 Morris, Hobart, 1968-1983
21 1089 Morris, Margaret, 1947
21 1090 Morris, Pauline, 1970
21 1091 Morris, Wright, n.d., 1947
21 1092 Morriscope Press, 1931
21 1093 Morrow, Walter, 1938
21 1094 Moseley, Hardwick (Houghton Mifflin Company) 1946, 1961
21 1095 Moser, Edwa, n.d., 1939-1945
21 1096 Moskowitz, Charlotte, (Chucky), 1932
21 1097 Moss, Ralph W., 1982
21 1098 Motley, Archie, n.d., 1968-1973
21 1099 Motley, Willard, n.d., 1946-1963
21 1100 Mott, Frank Luther, 1963
21 1101 Muhrer, Verle, n.d., 1967-1988
21 1102 Mulkey, Ella and Floyd, 1965-1973
21 1103 Mullins, Helene, 1966
21 1104 Munroe, Ata, 1968-1977
21 1105 Murayama, Kiyohiko (Japanese translator of The Disinherited), 1984-1985
21 1106 Murphy, Sheila, n.d., 1965, 1967
21 1107 Murray, Florence, 1947
21 1108 Murray, George, 1934-1980
21 1109-1111 Musser, Benjamin, (to Hugh Hanley, a. k. a. Emerson Price, and H. H. Lewis) n. d., 1932-1934
21 1112 Myers, Diane, 1977
21 1113 Myers, Richard, n.d., 1977
21 1114 Myers, Victor, 1969
21 1115 Nadan, Paul (Crown Publishing), 1966
21 1116 Nance, Ethel Ray, 1966-1974
21 1117 Nash, Jay Robert, n.d., 1964-1980
21 1118 The Nation, 1932
21 1119 National Book Critics Circle, Inc., ca. 1975
21 1120 National Endowment for the Arts, n.d., 1977
21 1121 National Safety Council, 1948
21 1122 Nedwich, Jerry, 1965
21 1123 Neesant, Gustav, n.d.
21 1124 Nef, John U. (Frank London Brown Trust Fund), 1962
21 1125 Neigoff, Anne, 1967-1968
21 1126 Neihardt, John G. (includes clippings) 1954, 1971
21 1127 Nelkin, Cecil, 1932
21 1128 Nelson, Eugene, 1973-1975
21 1129 Nelson, Marcus, 1966
21 1130 Nesheim, Kenneth M. (Yale University Library), 1969
21 1131 Neubarth, Trudy Hubbell, 1953
21 1132 Newkam, Jim, 1982
21 1133 Newman, Bill, 1971-1973
21 1134 Newman, Israel, 1950
21 1135 Newton, Bob, 1974
21 1136 Newton, Joel and Susan, 1965
21 1137 Nichols, Charles H. (Brown University) 1980
21 1138 Niland, John, 1979
21 1139 Niles , Faye, n.d.
21 1140 Nipp, Frank, n.d., 1960-1986
21 1141 Niver, J. (Earth: An Independent Magazine) 1932
21 1142 Noe, Robert, (Knobby), 1969-1971
21 1143 Noel, Mary, n.d., 1954
21 1144 Nogee, Jason A., 1973-1974
21 1145 Nollet, Freddy, 1962
21 1146 Norman, Bette and Loren, 1972-1981
21 1147 Norris, Hoke, n.d., 1967-1977
21 1148 North, Joe, n.d., 1934, 1935
22 1149 Nourland, J., 1932
22 1150 Nourse, Alan, 1978
22 1151 Noyes, Henry (Hank), n.d., 1978-1984
22 1152 Nunn, W. R., (Bill), 1973-1974
22 1153 Nyholm, Jens (Northwestern University Library), 1952
22 1154 Nyvall, David R. (gallery announcement), n.d.
22 1155 Oblinger, Carl, Illinois State Historical Library, 1985
22 1156 O'Brien, Edward, 1940
22 1157 O'Brien, Frances, 1964
22 1158 Odum, Howard Washington, 1931
22 1159 Offen, Ron, 1968
22 1160 O'Flaherty, Tom (To Dave Webb), 1931
22 1161 O'Hara, Joy, ca. 1935
22 1162 Ohashi, Kichinanke, 1980
22 1163 Ohio National Life Insurance Company, 1975
22 1164 Oka, S., 1932
22 1165 Oken, Stuart (Banjo Dancing), 1980
22 1166 Olafson, Harlan, n.d., 1970-1983
22 1167 Olney, Austin (Houghton Mifflin Company), 1973
22 1168 Olson, Clarence E. , (CEO), 1978-1986
22 1169 Olwell, Arlene (University of Washington), 1965
22 1170 O'Neill, Charles, 1956
22 1171 O'Neill, Dick (to John Norcross), 1945
22 1172 Opportunity Journal, 1942
22 1173 Orton, Charles W., 1978-1986
22 1174 Osborn, Suett, 1956
22 1175 Ossowski, Mary T. (Mrs. Charles), 1948
22 1176 Ostroff, Anthony , (Tony), n.d., 1950's-1974
22 1177 Owens, Ruth (book dealer), 1969
22 1178 Owens, William G. (Duke University Press), 1962
22 1179 Oxford University Press (to James Swartz from Margaret Nicholson), 1949
22 1180 Page, Thomas, 1975-1988
22 1181 Pappas, Rose, 1967
22 1182 Pargellis, Stanley, 1959
22 1183 Park, Patricia G. , ca. 1950
22 1184 Parker, Roy B., 1940-1941
22 1185 Parler, Mary Celestia, 1950-1963
22 1186 Parmenter, Roy, 1986
22 1187 Parnell, Samuel, 1956
22 1188 Pass, Joseph (editor of FIGHT magazine) 1934
22 1189 Patchen, Kenneth, n.d., 1950
22 1190 Patterson, Louise (Chicago Tribune), 1947
22 1191 Paul, Steve, 1986-1988
22 1192 Pavey, Darwin Kellogg, 1931
22 1193 Pawlykowycz, Eugenia (Jean Paul), 1969
22 1194 Payne, Kenneth, 1971-1972
22 1195 Payne, Virginia, 1946
22 1196 Pearlman, Leroy (includes photo), 1954
22 1197 Pearlstein, Constance Webb, 1966
22 1198 Pearson, James Larkin, 1929
22 1199 Pearson, Lon, 1978-1979
22 1200 Pearson, Norman Holmes, 1969-1973
22 1201 Peden, Bill, 1954-1985
22 1202 Peery, Dave (Scoop), n.d., 1967-1988
22 1203 Pellegrini, George, 1947
22 1204 Pells, Richard, 1973
22 1205 Peneff, Jim and Jean, 1975
22 1206 Penkower, Monty, 1967-1968
22 1207 Penrod, William (Bill), 1963-1969
22 1208 Pense, Arthur, 1935
22 1209 Percy, Walker (includes clipping), 1971
22 1210 Perel, Carol, 1947
22 1211 Perkins, (?), 1934
22 1212 Perkins, Ken, 1944-1967
22 1213 Perkins, Marvin E., M.D., 1964-1975
22 1214 Perkins, Norma, 1974
22 1215 Perlman, A.C., 1935
22 1216 Perrill, John, n.d.
22 1217 Perry, Bernard, 1949-1951
22 1218 Perry, George Sessions; see Kalantar, Nick
22 1219 Perry, Patsy, 1984
22 1220 Person, W. T., 1947
22 1221 Peterson, C., 1967
22 1222 Peterson(?), Claire, n.d., 1960
22 1223 Peterson, Ralph, 1949-1971
22 1224 Peterson, Ted, 1947
22 1225 Peterson, William, n.d.
22 1226 Petrakis, Harry Mark, (includes clippings), 1964-1987
22 1227 Petrosino, (?) - incomplete
23 1228 Pfeffer, Max, 1954-1955
23 1229 Philipp, Alfredo, 1945-1946
23 1230 Pickering, Lee Lukes, 1965-1967
23 1231 Pikowsky, Theodora, n.d., 1927
23 1232 Pilant, Betty Hope, n.d.
23 1233 Pilant, Richard and Alice, n.d., 1947-1976
23 1234 Pippin, Gaynelle, 1987
23 1235 Plagemann, Bentz, n.d.
23 1236 Platt, Harry, 1945
23 1237 Pleasants , Ben, 1980
23 1238 Podwill, Elliot, 1981
23 1239 Pollak, Felix, n.d., 1964-1972
23 1240 Polsky, Ned, n.d., 1954-1967
23 1241 Ponch, Martin, n.d.
23 1242 Pool, Rosey E., 1964
23 1243 Popko, John and Kathy, 1972-1973
23 1244 Popofsky, Ruth (Crown Publishers), 1956
23 1245 Popper, Joseph, 1987-1988
23 1246 Porter, Kenneth, n.d., 1960's-1981
23 1247 Porter, R. Russell, 1947
23 1248 Porter, Roy E., 1970-1982
23 1249 Potter, Jack, n.d., 1950
23 1250 Potter, Stephanie J., n.d., 1968-1970
23 1251 Powers, Jim, n.d., 1949-1988
23 1252 Preece, Harold, 1943-1946
23 1252a Preston, Ella (Mrs. Keith Preston), 1947
23 1253-1254 Price, Emerson, n.d., 1933-1977
23 1255 Price, Erwin, 1955
23 1256 Price, Jean, n.d., 1934
23 1257 Price, Jean (to Emerson Price), 1931
24 1258 Priest, Gay, n.d., 1967
24 1259 Prigozy, Ruth, n.d., 1972-1974
24 1260 Primm, Sandy, n.d., 1977-1988
24 1261 Prior, M., 1965
24 1262 Prior, Sophia, n.d., 1947-1967
24 1263 Pritchard, Mrs. Norman, 1966
24 1264 Pritzker, Rhoda, 1955
24 1265 Prometheus Books, 1979
24 1266 Propst, Alice C., 1962
24 1267 Pross, Paul, 1964-1970
24 1268 Prugger, Larry, 1964-1981
24 1269 Purdy, Theodore M., 1947, 1949
24 1270 Pyles, Donald G., C.P.A., 1965-1967
24 1271 Pyros, John, 1975-1977
24 1272 Quayle, Ed and Mary Jane, 1972
24 1273 Quince, Peter, 1939
24 1274 Quinlan, Red, 1960-1962
24 1275 Rabin, Gilbert, 1951
24 1276 Rabinowitz, Victor, 1967-1972
24 1277 Rader, Karen, 1979, 1983
24 1278 Rahner, Ray, n.d.
24 1279 Rahv, Philip (also obituary), 1932, 1972
24 1280 Raiziss, Sonia, n.d., 1950's-1974
24 1281 Ramirez, Sam, 1978
24 1282 Ramsey, Robert, n.d., 1941-1975
24 1283 Randall, Rose, n.d., 1949-1975
24 1284 Randolph, John, 1969
24 1285 Randolph, Vance, 1935-1977
24 1286 Rathbun, Norma L., 1952
24 1287 Rattray, Henrietta, 1929
24 1288 Ray, David, Judy, and Sapphina, n.d., 1968-1989
24 1289 Rayburn, O. E., 1933-1951
24 1290-1291 Rayford, Julian (Judy) (also clippings and photos), n.d., 1962-1976
25 1292 Raymer, John D., 1979
25 1293 Raymond, Ceil, 1931
25 1294 Rayner, Ray, 1966-1967
25 1295 Real America, 1933
25 1296 Red Star Press, 1934
25 1297 Reddig, Bill, 1945-1947
25 1298 Redding, Mary Edrich, 1970-1984
25 1299 Redfield, George, 1950's-1973
25 1300 Redhead, Alice Craig, n.d., 1945-1948
25 1301 Reid, Paul, n.d., 1978-1979
25 1302 Reimers, Ronald, 1974
25 1303 Reingold, Paula, 1974-1979
25 1304 Reinstein, Herman (Reiney), 1965-1972
25 1305 Reuben, William, 1969
25 1306 Reveaux, Edward, 1946, 1949
25 1307 Reynolds, Lalla, 1963-1964
25 1308 Reynolds, Lucy, 1935, 1939
25 1309 Rezende, Jader de, 1934
25 1310 Ricks, Mrs. A. R., 1950
25 1311 Rideout, Walter, n.d., 1956-1981
25 1312 Riley, Carolyn, (Contemporary Authors), 1978
25 1313 Risk, Richard E., n.d., 1968-1987
25 1314 Rizzo, G. Oberdan, 1934
25 1315 Robinson, Bill, 1950-1973
25 1316 Robinson, H. P., 1950
25 1317 Robinson, Wally, 1962-1963
25 1318 Roediger, Dave, 1985, 1987
25 1319-1322 Rogers, John C., (Jack II) (also photographs), 1930-1976
26 1323 Rogers, John C., (Jack II) (also photographs), n. d., 1977-1980
26 1324 Rogers, Willetta, n.d., 1972
26 1325 Rohrl, Vivian (Mrs. Helmut), n.d., 1965-1966
26 1326 Rollins, William, 1936
26 1327 Roloff, Michael, 1977
26 1328 Romaine, Marguerite, 1970-1981
26 1329 Romaine, Paul (also obituary), n.d., 1933-1986
26 1330 Rood, John, 1935-1968
26 1331 Rook, G. C. (Bookdealer), 1946
26 1332 Rorty, James, n.d., 1931-1932
26 1333 Roscher, Don, 1950-1972
26 1334 Roscher, Florence, 1955-1973
26 1335 Rosemont, Franklin (Kerr Publishing), 1987
26 1336 Rosen, Harvey and Rosalyn, 1953-1954
26 1337 Rosenbaum, Charlotte, (Rosie), 1950, 1974
26 1338 Rosenbaum, Veryl, n.d.
26 1339 Rosenberg , Hilda, n.d., 1946-1950, 1961
26 1340 Rosenberger, Coleman, 1940
26 1341 Roskolenko, Harry, n.d., 1933-1974
26 1342 Rosler, Alice, 1981
26 1343 Ross, William Lloyd, n.d.
26 1344 Roth, Jules, 1980
26 1345 Roth, Walter, 1969
26 1346 Rothschild, Robert, 1950, 1981
26 1347 Rothstein, David B., 1968-1980
26 1348 Rouk, Mary, 1969
26 1349 Rowland, Chris and Neal, n.d., 1946-1989
26 1350 Rowland, Kathe, 1965
26 1351 Rozansky, Ann , 1969-1977
26 1352 Ruber, Peter, 1963-1972
26 1353 Rudens, S.P., n.d.
26 1354 Rupp, Veryle, n.d., 1984
26 1355 Rushmore, Barbara, 1960-1968
26 1356 Russell, Don, n.d., 1951-1986
26 1357 Rust, Jean, 1970
26 1358 Ruymaker, Ethel S., 1947
26 1359 Ryan, William F., 1979
26 1360 Ryan, William H., 1959-1960
27 1361 Saari, Gwen, (2nd grade class stories and pictures): see Oversize, Box +93
27 1362 Sabusawa, Mari Yoriko (Mrs. James Michener), 1950-1955
27 1363 Sacks, Arthur B., 1974
27 1364 Sahl, Hans, 1950
27 1365 Saine, Ann (The Monthly Review), 1934
27 1366 Saint Clair, Don, n.d., 1968-1987
27 1367 Salinger, J.D., 1941
27 1368 Saltmarsh, Norma, n.d.
27 1369 Salzman, Jack, n.d., 1970-1982
27 1370 Samford, Doris, 1974
27 1371 Sammons, Wheeler, 1971
27 1372 Sandiford, Frank, n.d., 1965-1987
27 1373 Sanford, DeForest, 1939
27 1374 Sanford, John, 1976, 1977
27 1375 Sanford, Marvin, 1934
27 1376 Sapolsky, Steve, 1975
27 1377 Sarant, Vasiliki, n.d., 1963
27 1378 Sattler, Lillian, 1946-1947
27 1379 Saul, Oscar (Workers' Laboratory Theatre), n.d.
27 1380 Saunders, Allen, 1960, 1963
27 1381 Saunders, Sallie, 1934
27 1382 Saxton, Alexander and Gertrude (Sandy and Trudy), n.d., 1948-1984
27 1383 Sayers, Alfred, 1955
27 1384 Schmidt, Dorothy, 1950
27 1385 Schott, William (Focus Midwest), 1962-1964
27 1386 Schrieber, Ron, 1969
27 1387 Schroeder, Effie Campbell; SEE Campbell, Effie
27 1388 Schuetz, Christie, 1978
27 1389 Schulz, Harry (Green-horn Magazine), 1936
27 1390 Schultz-Keil, Wieland, 1977
27 1391 Schwada, John W. (University of Missouri, Columbia), 1968
27 1392 Schwartz, Alvin, 1934
27 1393 Schwartz, Harry W., 1939
27 1394 Schwartz, Larry, 1976
27 1395 Scoon, John, n.d., 1947-1949
27 1396 Scott, Philip A., 1934
27 1397 Seacroft Workers' Community, 1935
27 1398 Seaver, Edwin, n.d., 1933
27 1399 Seeger, Pete, n.d., 1957
27 1400 Seeger, Toshi, n.d., 1957
27 1401 Seelye, John, 1969-1972
27 1402 Seldes, Timothy, 1950-1951
27 1403 Sentman, Everett(e), 1952-1974
27 1404 Shafter, Richard, 1941
27 1405 Shank, Mary and Max, n.d., 1960-1983
27 1406 Shapiro, David, 1973
27 1407 Shapiro, Karl, 1953
27 1408 Sheare, Sarah, 1972
27 1409 Sheridan, Jack, 1953-1964
27 1410 Sheridan, Jimmie, 1950-1972
27 1411 Sheridan, Ruth, 1968-1981
28 1412 Sherman, G. W., 1964-1969
28 1413 Sherman, V. L., 1951-1959
28 1414 Shinew, Don, 1980-1988
28 1415 Shoemaker, Floyd C., 1935-1964
28 1416 Shook, Hardy, and Bacon, 1975
28 1417 Shoopman, Don , 1973
28 1418 Shopen, Sylvia, 1959
28 1419 Shrink, Marianne, and Sophia, n.d.
28 1420 Shuchter, Jerome, 1970
28 1421 Shucker, Charlie, n.d., 1954
28 1422 Shulman, Max, 1945-1950
28 1423 Shure, Eva, 1980
28 1424 Shure, Max, 1948-1954
28 1425 Siberell, Lloyd Emerson, 1935-1969
28 1426 Siegel, Barbara Ina: SEE Markowitz, Barbara
28 1427 Siegel, Max, n.d., 1964-1972
28 1428 Sigal, Clancy, n.d., 1962
28 1429 Sigel, Frederica E., 1969
28 1430 Sillen, Samuel, 1948
28 1431 Sillers, Fred, 1938-1948
28 1432 Simon, Myron, 1974
28 1433 Simon-Ross, Celia, 1985
28 1434 Simon and Schuster, Inc., 1963-1964
28 1435 Simpson, Clinton, n.d.
28 1436 Simpson, Mildred M. (North Shore Creative Writers), 1948
28 1437 Sinclair, Upton, 1931-1955
28 1438 Singer, Felix, n.d., 1963-1973
28 1439 Singer, Joseph, 1933
28 1440 Sipper, Ralph Bruno, 1974-1977
28 1441 Sisson, Georgia, (includes photo) 1968
28 1442 Sitea, Theodor, n.d., ca. 1930
28 1443 Sitkoff, Ralph, (Red Star Importing Co. - Importing Russian Candies), 1932
28 1444 Smallback, Charles, 1946
28 1445 Smedley, Agnes, n.d., 1934
28 1446 Smiley, Virginia, 1973-1975
28 1447 Smith, J., 1964
28 1448 Smith, Kathleen R., 1970-1971
28 1449 Smothers Brothers Comedy Hour, 1968
28 1450 Snapp, Rev. O. R., 1967-1982
28 1451 Snell, George (Rocky Mountain Review), 1943
28 1452 Snoddy, Dorothy, 1940
28 1453-1454 Snow, Walter, (Walt) n.d., 1931-1934, 1969-1973
28 1455 Snyder, Elizabeth (Mrs. Joseph A.), 1971
28 1456 Sobieski, John, 1982-1983
28 1457 Sobral, Geraldo, 1977
29 1458 Society of Midland Authors, n.d., 1965-1984
29 1459 Society for the Study of Midwestern Literature, 1979
29 1460 Solomon, Barbara, n.d., 1960-1968
29 1461 Solomon, Ben, 1963
29 1462 Solomon, Eric, 1968-1969
29 1463 Soltker, Gertrude, n.d., 1957, 1975
29 1464 Somers, Jeanette, 1943
29 1465 Sorgenfrei, Nancy Kress, 1985
29 1466 Soule, Carolyn (The Carleton Miscellany), 1964
29 1467 Southern Illinois University - Moore Memorial Lecture, 1981
29 1468 Sovetski, Hortense, (Bunni), 1946-1981
29 1469 Soviet Travel, 1932
29 1470 Sowerby, Benn, n.d.
29 1471 Spady, James G., 1976, 1979
29 1472 Spector, Burt, 1980
29 1473 Spector, Herman (Dynamo '33), 1933
29 1474 Speller, C., 1945
29 1475 Speller, David, 1964-1983
29 1476 Spencer, Onah, n.d., 1961-1968
29 1477 Spiegal, Moe, 1955, 1963
29 1478 Spier, Leonard, n.d., 1982, 1983
29 1479 Spier, Olga Monus, 1932
29 1480 Spira, Marv/Pat, n.d., 1940
29 1481 Spiro, Patsy, 1951
29 1482 Sporkin, Lee, 1971
29 1483 Sporn, Paul, 1980
29 1484 Springer, Norm, 1948
29 1485 Stack, Dennis, 1975
29 1486 Stacy, Walt, 1931
29 1487 Staker, Thomas, 1963-1965
29 1488 Stamberg, Susan (National Public Radio), 1977
29 1489 Standard Education Society, n.d., 1966-1968
29 1490 Standard, Elinore (Louis M. Rabinowitz Foundation), 1968
29 1491 Stanisky, Aldona, 1936
29 1492 Stappenback, Herb, 1972-1973
29 1493 Starrett, Vincent, 1947
29 1494 Stathmann, Ed, 1959
29 1495 Staver, Frederick L., 1965
29 1496 Stavis, Barrie, n.d., 1949
29 1497 Steiger, Andrew J., 1934
29 1498 Steiner, Mike, 1975
29 1499 Steiner, Nina, 1978
29 1500 Sterling, Jean, 1971-1975
29 1501 Stern, Lucille R., n.d., 1957, 1976
29 1502 Stern, Seymour, n.d., 1932
29 1503 Stevenson Monument Works (Paul), 1955
29 1504 Stevenson, Philip, 1957-1965
29 1505 Steward, T. J. (to Nelson Algren), 1939
29 1506 Stewart, Jerry, ca. 1975
29 1507 Stewart, Joffre, 1952-1964
29 1508 Stewart, Robert, n.d., 1975-1983
29 1509 Stewart, Robert B., n.d., 1945-1949
29 1510 Stewart, Ruth, 1935
30 1511 Still, James, 1950
30 1512 Stockwell, Bill, 1929
30 1513 Stoll, Jack, 1984
30 1514 Stone, Herbert Stuart, 1950
30 1515 Stout, Jean, n.d., 1950's
30 1516 Stoutemyer, Vernon, (V.T.), n.d., 1954, 1963
30 1517 Stracke, Barbara Ellen (jump-rope rhymes collected), n.d.
30 1518 Stracke, Win, (includes sheet music and clippings), n.d., 1957-1983
30 1519 Straub, Carlyle, 1936
30 1520 Strauss, Frances (New Masses), 1931-1932
30 1521 Strauss, Harold, 1935
30 1522 Strode, Hudson, 1941
30 1523 Stroud, Anna Margaret, 1967-1978
30 1524 Strufe, Eve , n.d., 1969, 1972
30 1525 Stuart, Jesse, 1939-1973
30 1526 Suggs, Chris, n.d., 1970-1989
30 1527 Sukov, Marvin, 1948
30 1528 Sullivan, Frank, 1969
30 1529 Sullivan, Harold, 1948
30 1530 Sullivan, Mary Ellen n.d., 1968-1985
30 1531 Sutherland, Dorothy B. (University of Chicago Press), 1964
30 1532 Suchblad, Jane, 1956
30 1533 Sumac Press, The, 1969
30 1534 Sutton, Richard, 1975
30 1535 Sutton, William A., 1967-1968
30 1536 Svanum, Kristen, 1941
30 1537 Swados, Harvey, 1966-1973
30 1538 Swallow, Alan, n.d., 1942-1963
30 1539 Swan, Maxwell, 1946-1950
30 1540 Swanberg, William A., 1964-1965
30 1541 Sward, Keith, 1937
30 1542 Swenson, May, 1934
30 1543 Swinson, Hank, 1965
30 1544 Sydnor, [Earl], 1931
30 1545 Symington, Stuart, 1969-1973
30 1546 Synergistic Press, 1977
30 1547 Taggart, Mary M., 1944
30 1548 Tanaka, Togo, n.d., 1949-1954
30 1549 Tate, Velma, 1964-1974
30 1550 Taylor, Alexander (Patterns Magazine), 1954
30 1551 Taylor, Douglas, 1965
30 1551a Taylor, Emma (Mrs. Bert Leston Taylor), [1947]
30 1552 Taylor, Everett Ridley, 1966-1967
30 1553 Taylor, Peter, 1960
30 1554 Teabeau, Hazel, 1946, 1959
30 1555 Terkel, Ida and Studs, n.d., 1953-1988
30 1556 Terry, Bill, n.d., 1982
30 1557 Terry, Wayne, 1963, 1980
30 1558 Texier, Roger, 1979
30 1559 Tharp, Charles Doren, 1947
30 1560 Thibault, Frank, 1937-1939
30 1561 Thirkell, Angela, 1958
30 1562 Thomas, H.W., 1979
30 1563 Thomas, Robert W., 1962
30 1564 Thompson, Era Bell, n.d., 1980
30 1565 Thompson, Fred, 1973
30 1566 Thompson, John H., 1972
30 1567 Thompson, Lawrence S. (University of Kentucky), n.d., 1956-1983
31 1568 Thorp, Virgil, 1975, 1976
31 1569 Thorsen, William B. (Bill), 1957-1973
31 1569a Thurber, James (New Yorker), 1957-1973
31 1570 Titowsky, Bernard (Bernie), 1976, 1977
31 1571 Tolson, Ruth, n.d., 1965, 1966
31 1572 Tompkins, Grace W., 1939
31 1573 Topaz, Peter, 1968
31 1574 Tower, Jessica, 1934
31 1575 Towsen, A. N., 1932
31 1576 Tracy, Tom, 1941
31 1577 Trauernicht, Katherine (Crown Publishers), 1966
31 1578 Trident Press, 1966
31 1579 Trimble, Steve (Minnesota People's History Project), n.d.
31 1580 Trinity Methodist Church, 1958-1959
31 1581 Trojan, Elaine (Woodrow Wilson Junior College), 1950
31 1582 Trowbridge, W. D. (Don), n.d., 1932-1973
31 1583 Truesdell, Jeff, n.d.
31 1584 Turbeville, Gus, (Coker College) to Jerry Swartz, 1970
31 1585 Turbyfill, Mark, 1974
31 1586 Turner, La Place, 1934
31 1587 Turner, Susie, 1988
31 1588 Twayne Publishers, Inc., 1966
31 1589 Tweten, Arnold, 1952
31 1590 Tydings, Thomas J., 1926
31 1591 Uchida, Walter, 1967
31 1592 Uhlan, Edward (Exposition Press), 1966
31 1593 Uhlarik, Carl, 1939
31 1594 United States Conciliation Service, 1933
31 1595 Universal Pictures Corporation, 1934
31 1596 University of Missouri, Honorary Degree, 1975
31 1596a Universtity of North Carolina Press, 1947
31 1597 Uzzell, Thomas H., 1933-1950
31 1598 Vale, Ethel, 1949
31 1599 Valeo, Tony, 1983
31 1600 Van Doren, Carl, 1934, 1937
31 1601 Van Doren, Irita, 1935
31 1602 Van Gundy, E., 1934, 1935
31 1603 Van Hoose, McHenry, 1964
31 1604 Van Petten, O. W., (Bill) 1969
31 1605 Van Ravenswaay, Charles (Missouri Historical Society), 1947
31 1606 Vanderbilt, Grace R., n.d.
31 1606a Vanguard Press, 1947
31 1607 Velarde, Joe, 1980-1988
31 1608 Verderber, Kay, 1963
31 1609 Vicker, Morton, 1948
31 1610 Viger, Mary Louise, 1938
31 1611 Vine, Gene, 1976-1983
31 1612 Vinson, James, 1971, 1980
31 1613 Virgil, Sara, 1958
31 1614 Volney, Frank, 1945
31 1615 Wade, Stephen, 1979-1988
31 1616 Wagoner , David, n.d., 1950-1978
31 1617 Wagoner, Patt, 1968, 1974
31 1618 Waite, Jay, 1949
31 1619 Wald, Alan, 1974
31 1620 Walker, Del, 1972, 1973
31 1621 Walker, William (Bill), n.d., 1944-1950's
31 1622 Wallace, Frank (Warner Bros. Pictures, Inc.), 1943
31 1623 Waller, Leslie, 1955-1960's
31 1624 Walsh, Betty, 1963
31 1625 Walsh, Frank and Betty, 1948-1985
31 1626 Walsh, Cathy (Lawrence Hill and Co.), 1983
32 1627 Walton, George, n.d.
32 1628 Wand, Merlin, n.d.
32 1629 Wang, Arthur W., 1946-1978
32 1630 Ward, Ferdinand J. (DePaul University Alumni Association), 1949
32 1631 Warfel, Harry R., 1949-1950
32 1632 Warren, Austin, 1949-1964
32 1633 Washington University, 1964
32 1634 Waters, Jim, 1932, 1935
32 1635 Watts, Harold, 1958-1963
32 1636 Wayside Press, n.d.
32 1637 Weaver, Mike, n.d., 1966-1967
32 1638 Webb, Constance, 1967-1968
32 1639-1640 Webb, David,
32 1641 Webb, Jon Edgar and Louise (Loujon Press), n.d., 1934-1971
32 1642 Weber, Ben, 1950
32 1643 Webster, Harvey and Lucille, n.d., 1934-1979
32 1644 Webster, Mary, (also photograph) 1934
32 1645 Wedlake, W. G., (Bill) n.d., 1950's - 1973
32 1646 Weekly Film Digest, 1933
32 1647 Weigel, Henrietta, n.d., 1948-1976
32 1648 Weinberg, Arthur and Lila, 1 967-1972
32 1649 Weinfeld, Amelie (Am), n.d., 1974
32 1650 Weintroub, Benjamin, (Ben), 1954, 1963
32 1651 Weis, Phares K., 1969 - 1975
32 1652 Weiskopf, F. C., 1945
32 1653 Weiss, Harvey, 1961
32 1654 Weiss, Henry George, n.d., 1931-1946
32 1655 Weiss, Ilda, 1944
33 1656 Wellington, Grace Kemmerling, 1933-1934
33 1657 Wells, James M., 1970
33 1658 Wendt, Lloyd, n.d., 1963
33 1659 Wentz, Wendell, 1988
33 1660 Werkley, Peggy Elsea (aka Werkley, Caroline), 1968-1985
33 1661 West, Don, n.d., 1939-1946
33 1662 West, Nathaniel, 1935, 1939
33 1663 West, Ray, 1940-1949
33 1664 Weston, John, 1968
33 1665-1668 Wharton, Walter William, (Wallie/Will), n.d. ca. 1940's-1981
34 1669 Wheelwright, John B., 1932
34 1670 Whipple, Gregory, 1956
34 1671 Whisnant, Charleen, n.d., 1967, 1973
34 1672 Whitaker, Robert, 1928
34 1673 White, Gerald A., n.d.
34 1674 White, Roger, 1975
34 1675 Whitehead, Fred, n.d., 1978-1981
34 1676 Whitehead, Fred, 1982-1984
34 1677 Whitemore, Stan, 1955-1957
34 1678 Whitney, Phyllis A., 1946-1983
34 1679 Who's Who, 1946-1979
34 1680 Whittemore, Paul (Shelter Newspaper), 1973
34 1681 Wichlenski, Alice, 1955
34 1682 Widner, John, 1956
34 1683 Wiegand, Dennis, 1939
34 1684 Wilchek, Stella, n.d., 1962-1977
34 1685 Wilcox, Don, 1945
34 1686-1687 Wilcox, Wendell B., n.d., 1944-1978
34 1688 Wilgus, Jack (Asa Wilgus), 1944-1949
34 1689 Williams, Charles S., 1946
34 1690 Williams, Harry McKinley, 1986-1987
34 1691 Williams, Loring, 1947-1950
34 1692 Williams, Sydney, n.d., 1976
34 1693 Williams, Thelma, n.d.
34 1694 Williams, William Carlos, 1938-1939
34 1695 Willis, Arthur J., 1968
34 1696 Willis, Lillian, n.d.
34 1697 Willis, Reginald, 1954
34 1698 Willis, Willi and Mari, n.d.
34 1699 Wilson, Bob, 1973-1981
34 1700 Wilson, Joseph H., 1934
34 1701 Wilt, Richard (Dick), 1980
34 1702 Windsor Quarterly Publications, ca. 1935
34 1703 Wingate, Frank Jr., 1967-1979
34 1704 Winkler, Jean, n.d., 1947-1955
34 1705 Winser, Ethel, (WGN New Talent Division), 1941
34 1706 Winslow, Kathryn (Kay), n.d., 1950-1986
34 1707 Winspear, A. D., 1967
34 1708 Wirta, Ensi, n.d., 1946-1947
35 1709 Wish, Harvey, n.d.
35 1710 Wisiol, Karin, n.d., 1969-1984
35 1711 Wittenber, Celia, 1969
35 1712-1715 Wixson, Doug, n.d., 1974-1988
35 1716 Wolf, Geraldine (Gerry), n.d., 1955-1982
35 1717 Wolf, Howard, n.d., 1947-1955
35 1718 Wolfe, Don, 1963
35 1719 Wolff, Harold T., 1976
36 1720 Wolkenhaur, Jewel, 1954-1990
36 1721 Wood, Ray, (envelope), n.d.
36 1722 Woodman, Laurence C., 1934
36 1723 Woods, Carey, n.d., 1950's-1974
36 1724 Woods, John, n.d., 1950's-1966
36 1725 Worker's Library Publishers, 1932
36 1726 Worthington-Smith, Hammet, 1976
36 1727 Wrench, Alfred, 1938, 1939
36 1728 Wright, Cleveland, n.d.
36 1729 Wright, Clifford, n.d., 1950-1960
36 1730 Wright, Fowler, 1929-1931
36 1731 Wright, Richard, (Dick), 1941
36 1732 Wright, Stephen, n.d., 1971
36 1733 Wrigley, Robert, n.d.
36 1734 The Writer, (The Pioneer Magazine for Literary Workers), 1944-1947
36 1735 Writer's Digest, 1932-1949
36 1736 Wyman, David and Midge (Chicken), n.d., 1955-1988
36 1737 Yaddo, n.d., 1934-1981
36 1738 Yarmolinsky, Avrahm, 1946, 1982-1983
36 1739 Yashima, Mitsu and Taro, 1952-1963
36 1740 Yoken, Melvin B., n.d., 1971-1988
36 1741 Yoseloff, Julien, (A.S. Barnes and Company, Inc), 1972
36 1742 Yoseloff, Martin, 1954-1988
36 1743 Yoseloff, Thomas, (Beechhurst Press, Inc. Publishers), ca. 1950
36 1744 Youngblood, John, 1962, 1969
36 1745 Yount , Neala, 1976
36 1746 Zara, Louis, 1963-1976
36 1747 Zavrel, Bob, n.d.
36 1748 Zeisler, Ernest, 1956
36 1749 Zellerbach, Merla, (San Francisco Chronicle), 1963
36 1750 Zinberg, Len, 1947
36 1751 Zunker, Emil, n.d., 1967-1981
37 1752 Signed by multiple people, n.d., 1942, 1978
37 1753 Unidentified, First names only, A-G,
37 1754 Unidentified, First names only, H-Z,
37 1755 Illegible or unsigned
37 1756 Incomplete Letters,
38 1757 Aspiring Authors, n.d., 1935-1985
38 1758 Condolence Letters, 1954-1976
38 1759 Fan Mail, n.d., 1932-1988
38 1760 Invitations to Speak, 1939-1990
38 1761 Invitations to Write, n.d., 1951-1988
38 1762 Requests for Permission to Publish, 1951-1987
38 1763 Requests, other, n.d., 1931-1988
38 1764 Solicitations, n.d., 1934-1986
38 1765 Thank You Notes, n.d., 1932-1988

Series 2: Outgoing Correspondence, 1929-1990

Letters from Jack Conroy, and, after 1988, from Carolee Hazlett speaking for Jack Conroy. Undated and unidentified correspondence is at the end of the series.
Arranged alphabetically by addressee.

Box Folder Contents
39 1766 Algren, Nelson, n.d.
39 1767 Appel, Ben, 1951
39 1768 Arthur's Books, 1968-1969
39 1769 Bartlett, Paul, 1981
39 1770 Blue, Jesse, 1946
39 1771 Bowker, Betrenia Watt, 1944
39 1771a Bradley, Van Allen, 1950-1971
39 1772 Burnshaw, Stanley, ca. 1930
39 1773 Cheyney, Ralph, n.d., 1930
39 1774 Conroy, Jack (illustrator, no relation), 1958
39 1775 Crossley, Wallace, 1934
39 1776 Eiseley, Loren, 1958
39 1776a Encyclopedia Britannica, 1969
39 1777 Evans, Hundo J., 1932
39 1778 Frederick, John T., Illinois Writers Project, 1938
39 1779 Fried, Lewis, n.d.
39 1780 Gain, Lillian (telegram), n.d.
39 1781 Goldberg, Larry, 1963-1986
39 1782 Grant, Joseph William (never received), 1985
39 1783 Hagopian, Richard (Dick), (never received), 1971
39 1783a Harcourt Brace, 1947
39 1784 Hill, Larry, n.d., 1973-1982
39 1784a Johnson, Curt, 1986-1987
39 1785 Jones, Joe, ca. 1930
39 1786 Kempton, Murray, 1955
39 1787 Kichler, Gail, n.d.
39 1788 Koch, Raymond (Ray) and Charlotte (Chucky), n.d., 1967-1990
39 1789 Lampson, Robin, 1929
39 1790 Lewis, H.H. ("Looie"), ca. 1930
39 1791 Lidgard, Mary, 1970
39 1792 Light, James F., n.d., 1985
39 1793 Lincoln, C. Eric (Charles Eric), 1965
39 1794 Littrell, Mrs. Waldo, 1949
39 1795 Lozier, Ralph F., (U.S. House of Representatives), 1932
39 1796 McDougall, Priscilla Ruth, 1985
39 1797 McFadden, Reginald, Mrs., 1965
39 1798 Mangione, Jerre, 1968-1971
39 1799 Marboro Books, 1975
39 1800 Meyers, Irving, 1964-1986
39 1801 Miller, Charlie (Chollie), n.d., 1966-1989
39 1801a Mizener, Arthur (written on original Anvil stationary), 1935
39 1802 Murayama, Kiyohiko, 1985-1986
39 1803 Newman, W.M. (Bill), Chicago Daily News, 1971
39 1803a Nipp, Frank, 1986
39 1804 Phillips, Marie Tello, 1929
39 1805 Price, Emerson, n.d., 1929-1948
39 1806 Propst, Mrs., 1962
39 1807 Randolph, Vance, 1951
39 1808 Redhead, Alice Craig (Mrs. J.H.), 1945-1948
39 1809 Risk, Richard E. and Jane, 1971
39 1810 Rogers, John C. (Jack), 1935
39 1811 Rowland, Christine (book inscription), 1951
39 1812 Sarant, Vasiliki, 1964
39 1813 Siegal, Max, 1972
39 1814 Sovetski, Hortense (never received), 1976
39 1815 Walker, Paul J. (city manager, Moberly), 1977
39 1816 Weiss, Harvey, 1961
39 1817 Werkley, Peggy, n.d.
39 1818 Wharton, Walter William (Wallie, Will, W.W.), 1937-1972
39 1819 Wolf, Howard, 1937-1939
39 1820 unidentified, n.d., 1935-1975

Series 3: Works, 1933-1986

Originals (mostly typescript), photocopies, and printed versions of the literary works of Jack Conroy. This series includes novels, articles, drafts, book reviews, short stories, essays, lectures, teaching notes, plays, poems, and fragments or sketches.
Includes some oversize material, as indicated. See box +93 for Works - Oversize.
Arranged alphabetically by title or subject of work

Box Folder Contents
40 1821 The 1935 American Writers' Conference: A Retrospective (Lecture given at the Foolkiller, Kansas City MO, for the Midwest Conference on Alternative Journalism and Popular Culture), Jun. 2, 1978
40 1822 [African-American History: Lecture fragments], n.d.
40 1823 [American Landscape With a Chicago Setting], n.d.
40 1824 Anyplace but Here, new preface by Bontemps, 1966
40 1825 Articles and Reviews, 1934-1987
40 1826 Articles and Reviews, fragments
40 1827 Articles and Reviews, typescript
40 1828 [Autobiographical Fragments]
40 1829 A Barrel of Fun, 1939
40 1830 The Boomer Fireman's Fast Sooner Hound, 1970
40 1831 The Cabalistic Cult of James T. Farrell; or When Lovely Critic Stoops to Folly, n.d.
40 1832 The Cement King (See Oversize, Box +93), 1936
40 1832a [Censorship of Chicago booksellers], n.d.
40 1833 Charley Was Our Darlin', 1973
40 1834 [The Counter-Culture Lecture fragments and notes], n.d.
40 1835-1836 Les Desherites [French translation of The Disinherited], ca. 1947
40 1837-1840 The Disinherited, ca. 1933
40 1841 The Disinherited, Lecture(s) about, n.d.
40 1841a Drunkard's Warning, n.d.
40 1842 Exile From Erin (unpublished), n.d.
40 1843 [Fascist Literature in Europe - Lecture fragments], n.d.
40 1844 Farm to Factory (Lecture), n.d.
40 1845 The Fields of Golden Glow, 1972
41 1846 [Folktales and Fiction, fragments]
41 1847 Foolkiller Building Dedication, speech, Jan. 16, 1978
41 1848 Freight Car Repair Yard Initiation, Illinois Writers Project, 1938
41 1849 Glory! The Chariot, n.d.
41 1850 The Great Speckled Bird (with Bontemps), copy 1, 1942
41 1851 The Great Speckled Bird (with Bontemps), copy 2, c. 1943
41 1852 Hard Head Hardy (with Stephen Wade), 1985-1986
41 1853 The High Divers, 1944
41 1854 Home to Moberly, 1968
41 1855 Home to Uncle Ollie's (see also Oversize, Box +93), 1938
41 1856 Humor in American Literature - Fragments of Lectures, n. d.
41 1856a Illinois Writers' Project - Industrual Folklore, 1938-1939
41 1857 Poetry - "Journey's End" to Ernie Price, April 11, 1975
41 1858 The Kimberly Toughs, 1981
41 1858a Laughing Frontier, 1958
41 1859 Literary Underworld of the Thirties [Interview], April 17, 1969
41 1860 Lute Goin's Sawmill, early draft, c. 1951
41 1861 Mark Twain, A Study, n.d.
41 1862 Memories of Arna Bontemps, n.d.
41 1862a Midland Humor, manuscript [1 of 4], n.d.
41a 1862b-d Midland Humor, manuscript [3 folders], n.d.
41a 1862e Midland Humor, manuscript material not used, n.d.
41a 1862f Midwestern Oral Histories - Newberry Library Fellowship, proposal and draft, 1948
41a 1863 The Morphadite, 1976
41b 1863a Negro in Illinois / They Seek a City - outlines and synopses, n.d.
41b 1863b-c Negro in Illinois - Drafts [2 folders], n.d.
41b 1863d-e Negro in Illinois - Manuscript [2 folders], n.d.
41b 1864-1865 The Negro in Illinois - Periodical Reports, Working Papers (Illinois Writers Project)
41b 1866 The Negro in Illinois - Periodical Reports, Working Papers (Illinois Writers Project)
42 1867-1869 The Negro in Illinois: Bibliography, References, Index
42 1870 Nelson Algren: A Tribute, March 11, 1982
42 1871 [Poems, various] Conroy or authorship uncertain
42 1872 Poet of Protest: Joseph Kalar, an Anthology, Preface to, 1985
42 1873 [Political Literature] lecture notecards, n.d.
42 1874 [Proletarian Literature, Little Magazines, 1930's...lecture fragments], n.d.
43 1875-1878 The Rosewood Casket (unpublished), n.d.
43 1879 Sam Patch, the High, Wide and Handsome Jumper (with Bontemps), 1951
43 1880 Sam Patch... working papers, ca. 1950
43 1881 The Siren, book proposal, ca. 1949
43 1882 The Sissy from the Hardscrabble Rock County Quarries, 1944
43 1883 The Sociology of Knowledge as a Cultural Product (lecture?), n.d.
43 1884 [Teaching Notes, various], n.d.
43 1885 "Tellable Tales" for Children: Notes and Working Papers, ca. 1946
43 1885a Texas Writers' Project - Industrial Folklore, fragments, n.d.
43 1886 That Skinner Bottoms Winter, 1981
43 1887 "Theodore Dreiser" article, [1963], and n.d.
43 1888 They Have Yarns (Radio Performance with Studs Terkel), WFMT - Chicago, n.d.
43 1889-1890a They Seek a City (with Bontemps), 1945
44 1891-1894 They Seek a City: drafts and working papers
44 1895 They Seek a City: Original Source Materials and Clippings
44 1896 They Seek a City: Original Source Materials and Clippings, re: Negro Cult, 1941-1943
44 1897 The Weed King and other Stories, Foreword, [1985]
44 1898 "What if You Don't Want to Write for Money," Writers Review, April 1933
44 1899 [Writers and Writing Lecture Fragments], n.d.
44 1900 Writers in Revolt: The Anvil Anthology, Working Papers, 1973
44 1901 Young American Novelists (Lecture, Worker's Modern Library), 1934
44 1902 [Miscellaneous Notes and Fragments]

Series 4: Subject Files, 1933-1982

Compilations of clippings, correspondence, and other printed material based on an individual, a topic, or a literary work of Conroy's. Includes materials on people Conroy knew and/or admired (such as Gwendolyn Brooks, Studs Terkel, and Tennessee Williams); on topics which interested Conroy (such as Doggies and Incidental Arthurs [Authors], both folder titles which were coined by Conroy); and on the promotion, reviews, feedback, correspondence, and ephemera about the publication of his works.
Arranged alphabetically by subject title.

Box Folder Contents
45 1903 Abercrombie, Gertrude, n.d., 1954, 1957
45 1904 Abraham Lincoln School, 1943-1945
45 1905 Address book, cards, and lists, misc., [n.d.]
45 1906 Algren, Nelson - Clippings about; paper about, 1943-1982
45 1907 Announcements, Literary releases (non-Conroy), n.d., 1949-1980
45 1908 Announcements - Speaking Engagements (see also Oversize), n.d., 1946-1981
45 1909 Anti-Communist Poster (see oversize), ca. 1957
45 1910 The Anvil - Correspondence and misc., n.d., 1932-1935
45 1911 The Anvil - Mailing Lists, n.d.
45 1912 The Anvil, Blast - reviews, 1933-1935
45 1913 Anyplace But Here -- promotion and reviews, 1966-1967
45 1914 Auction Catalogs Featuring Conroy Material, n.d.
45 1915 Authors - Clippings, n.d., 1934-1985
45 1916 Bellow, Saul - Clippings About and By, n.d., 1967-1972
45 1917 Biographical Summaries, n.d.
46 1918 Book Inscriptions (copies), ca. 1945-1982
46 1919 Book Reviews, Not Conroy, n.d., 1934-1984
46 1920 Brooks, Gwendolyn, clippings, n.d., 1962-1972
46 1921 Caldwell, Erskine, n.d., 1935
46 1922 Chicago - Clippings About, n.d., 1948-1982
46 1923 Chicago Urban League, 1947-1965
46 1924 Civil Rights - Clippings, 1968, 1977
46 1925 Clippings - About Conroy's Colleagues, n.d., 1933-1983
46 1926 Clippings - By Conroy's Colleagues, 1946-1986
46 1927 Clippings - Humor n.d., 1952-1973
46 1928 Clippings - Miscellaneous, n.d., 1942-1986
46 1929 College of Complexes, n.d., 1958-1983
46 1930 Columbia College, 1963-1975
46 1931 Columbia College - Creative Writing Class Papers, 1961-1962
47 1932 Conroy - Clippings about, 1931-1974
47 1933 Conroy - Clippings about, and incomplete clippings about 1975-1992
47 1934 Copyright, Assignment of, 1960-1979
47 1935 Cromie, Robert - Clippings by and about, 1964-1973
47 1936 Customs Regulations, 1935
47 1937 de Beauvoir, Simone 1962-1972
47 1938 The Disinherited - Book Jackets, n.d.
47 1939 The Disinherited - Essay by Dr. Lewis Fried, n.d.
47 1940 The Disinherited - Promotion, 1933, 1962, 1982
47 1941 The Disinherited - Reviews, 1933
47 1942 The Disinherited - Reviews, 1934-1983, n.d.
47 1943 The Disinherited: use of book in courses, n.d., 1963-1967
47 1944 Doggies, n.d., 1969-1979
47 1945 Dos Passos, John, (see also oversize), 1936-1949
47 1946 Downs' Law Delegation, 1935
47 1947 DuSable Museum of African-American History (also: Museum of Negro History and Art, and Ebony Museum of Negro History and Art), n.d., 1962-1973
47 1948 Essays, Dissertations, etc., written about Conroy, n.d., 1981
47 1949 Exhibit of Conroy Items, University of Missouri at Columbia, 1967
48 1949a Falstaff, Jake (a.k.a. Fetzer, Herman), n.d.
48 1950 Fast Sooner Hound: Children's Drawings, 1984
48 1951 Folk University Society (Kansas City) - A New Bill of Working People's Rights and Correspondence [n.d.] and 1969-1972
48 1951a Folklore, Arkansas and Ozark, 1945-1954
48 1951b Folklore, Dave Webb, pamphlets, 1953-1954
48 1951c Folklore, general, 1946-1956
48 1952 Foolkiller, n.d., 1973-1981
48 1953 A Garland for Conroy: Unsolicited Tributes to a Wonder Man (by Wallie Wharton), n.d.
48 1953a Garvey, Marcus, ca. 1938-1941
48 1954 Gilbert, Lou, n.d., 1948-1963
48 1955 Greece, n.d., 1973
48 1956 Guggenheim Fellowship, 1935-1953
48 1957 Hayakawa, Dr. S.I., San Francisco State College President, n.d., 1968
48 1957a Hemingway, Ernest, 1969-1979
48 1958 Herbst, Josephine, 1933-1943
48 1959 Highlander Reports, 1975-1979
48 1959a Hippies and Yippies, 1968
49 1960 Illinois Freedom to Read Committee (Conroy Vice President), 1965-1966
49 1961 Illinois Unemployment Caper, 1966-1967
49 1962 Incidental Arthurs [authors] - Clippings, 1977-1978
49 1963 Interviews and Conversations, n.d., 1963-1973
49 1964 Invitations from Conroy, n.d., 1950
49 1965 Invitations, various, n.d., 1946-1986
49 1966 Jack Conroy American Studies Collection Lecture Series - Poster (see oversize), 1993-1994
49 1967 Jack Conroy Day, Moberly, MO, May 22, 1983
49 1968 The Jack Conroy Reader - Miscellaneous Material, 1979
49 1969 The Jack Conroy Reader - Reviews, 1980-1981
49 1970 Jeremiad Newsletter, 1970-1971
49 1971 Johnson, Lyndon B., political advertisement and family portrait (see also oversize), 1964
49 1971a Joplin, Scott, and Ragtime - Clippings, n.d., 1972-1977
49 1972 King, Martin Luther, Jr. - n.d., 1965-1986
49 1973 Labor Related, n.d., 1971-1984
49 1974 Leaflet linking Conroy to Communism, Distributed by John Birch Society members, Oregon State University, May 26, 1965
49 1975 LeSueur, Meridel, n.d., 1972-1982
49 1975a Man's Inhumanity to Man (includes clippings about John Wayne Gacy and Charles Manson), 1976-1983
49 1976 Mencken, H.L., 1948-1969
49 1976a Midland Humor - Lists of contributors, etc., ca. 1947
49 1977 Midland Humor - Publicity and Reviews, n.d., 1947-1948
49 1978 Conference of Midwest Writers - Chicago, notes, June 13-15, 1936
49 1979 Midwestern Writer's Conference, 1948
49 1980 Missouri and Moberly - Clippings, n.d., 1952-1987
49 1981 Mortgages and Promissory Notes, n.d., 1927
49 1982 Motley, Willard - Clippings, n.d., 1947-1968
49 1983 Nash, Ogden - Clippings about 1964, 1971
49 1984 National Book Critics Circle, Inc., 1975-1978
49 1985 National Endowment for the Arts - Creative Writing Fellowships, ca. 1977
49a 1986 The New Anvil: Announcement of Publication, Subscription Cards, ca. 1939-1940
49a 1987 The New Anvil: Correspondence, and review n.d., 1938-1941
49a 1988 The New Anvil: Letterhead and Envelope, ca. 1939-1940
49a 1989 The New Anvil: Mailing Lists
49a 1989a New Standard Encyclopedia - Reviews, 1967, 1975
49a 1990 Newsletters and Brochures, various, n.d., 1957-1987
49a 1990a Nixon, Richard M. - Clippings, 1972-1981
49a 1991 Obituaries, 1990
49a 1992 Obituaries - Non-Conroy, n.d., 1948-1981
49a 1993 Pantomimes (Moberly, MO), 1970
49a 1993a People's Songs, ca. 1946-1956
49a 1994 Pipe Line - possible film treatment, 1932-1933
49a 1995 Playbills and Programs, various, n.d., 1953-1966
49a 1996 Playboy Magazine, n.d., 1966, 1970
49a 1996a Poetry, Anecdotes, and Quotations collected by Jack Conroy, n.d.
49a 1997 Politics - Clippings about, 1958-1972
49a 1997a Popular Culture, 1974-1976
49a 1997b Pornography and Censorship, n.d., 1964-1981
49a 1998 Proletarian Writers/Tough Guy Writers of the Thirties, review, 1968
50 1999 Publishers' Contracts, 1931-1949, 1962, 1964, 1973
50 2000 Race Relations - Reports, Articles, etc., 1942-1959
50 2001 Railway Postal Clerk Examination Ration, 1928
50 2002 The Rebel Poet - Correspondence, Minutes, n.d., 1929-1933
50 2002a Relief Client as Folk Villain - Clippings, 1971, 1980-1982
50 2003 Religious Tracts Collected by Conroy, n.d.
50 2004 Robeson, Paul, n.d., 1970
50 2005 Rogers, John C., clippings about, n.d., 1954-1958
50 2006 Romaine, Paul: Defense Fund, 1963
50 2007 Royalties and Payments for Work, 1931-1986
50 2008 Royko, Mike - Clippings, 1969-1973
50 2009 Sam Patch - Letters from school children and others, ca. 1950-1953
50 2010 Sam Patch - promotion and reviews, 1951, 1969
51 2011 Seeger, Pete - Clippings, n.d., 1967, 1977
51 2012 Short, Bobby - Clippings, n.d., 1972
51 2013 Slappy Hooper The Wonderful Sign Painter - Advertisements and Reviews, n.d., 1947
51 2014 Slappy Hooper... - Letters from Nash School, 5th Grade Class, 1946
51 2015 Society of Midland Authors, 1946-1974
51 2016 Souvenirs from travels in Europe and Mexico, n.d., 1960-1970
51 2017 Soviets - Clippings about, n.d., 1966-1982
51 2018 Stracke, Win, n.d., 1953-1972
51 2019 Terkel, Studs - Clippings etc., n.d., 1947-1978
51 2020 They Seek a City - Promotional materials 1945-1946
51 2021 They Seek a City - Reviews, 1945
51 2022 Treasury of American Folklore - Promotional material, n.d.
51 2023 Unrest - Sales, Shipping, and Correspondence, 1929-1931
51 2024 Unrest - Reviews, 1931
51 2025 Vulcan Waterproofing Swindle, 1968-1970
51 2026 Wade, Stephen - Banjo Dancing (performance using two of Conroy's stories), 1981-1982
51 2027 Watergate - clippings about, n.d., 1967-1976
51 2028 The Weed King and Other Stories - Reviews and Miscellaneous, 1985-1986
51 2029 Werkley, Caroline (Peggy), n.d., 1936-1979
51 2030 Williams, Tennessee - Clippings about, [n.d.], 1965-1984
51 2031 Wixson, Douglas, n.d., 1982, 1994
51 2032 Works Progress Administration, 1938-1972
51 2033 WPA Writers - Strike Bulletin, St. Louis, 1936
51 2034 A World to Win - Reviews, 1935
51 2035 Writers in Revolt: The Anvil Anthology - Promotional Material and Reviews, 1973, 1976
51 2036 Yaddo, 1949-1977
+52 2037 Algren, Nelson, 1949-1981
+52 2037a Announcement, speaking engagements, 1946-1981
+52 2038 Anti-Communist Poster, 1957
+52 2039 Caldwell, Erskine - Clippings, 1935, 1944
+52 2040 College of Complexes, 1956, 1983
+52 2041 Conroy, Jack - Clippings About, 1975-1987
+52 2042 The Disinherited Reviews, 1963
+52 2043 Dos Passos, John, 1936, 1948
+52 2044 Downs' Law Delegation, 1935
+52 2045 Foolkiller, 1974-1979
+52 2046 Herbst, Josephine, 1943
+52 2047 Jack Conroy American Studies Poster, and Jack Conroy Day, 1993-1994 and 1984
+52 2048 Johnson, Lyndon B., family poster and campaign ad, 1964
+52 2049 Motley, Willard, 1958-1959

Series 5: Personal Magazine Collection, 1864-1987 , bulk 1930-1950

Jack Conroy’s personal collection of magazines consists of numerous leftist, labor, and literary magazines, some only in a few issues, dating mainly from the 1930’s and 1940’s. Most focus on the issues of political injustice, labor movements, discrimination and racism. Accumulated by Conroy over the years, titles with numerous issues include the Berkeley Barb, Common Sense, International Literature, New Masses, Health and Hygiene, In Fact, Modern Monthly, Pacific Weekly, Partisan Review, Poetry Northwest, The Tramp, Windsor Quarterly, and Wormwood Review. The collection also includes literary magazines that Conroy edited, such as The Anvil, The Rebel Poet and The New Anvil. This list also notes missing issues and the presence of works by and about Conroy.
Titles in the collection that duplicate Newberry Library holdings have been removed if they do not contain material by or about Conroy. See the Conroy Accession File for details.
Arranged by size and then alphabetically by journal title and chronologically by publication date.

Box Folder Contents
53 2050-2057 100, Vol. 1, Nos. 1-11, (lacking Nos. 2-3, No. 9), June 1951-May 1952
53 2058-2062 100, Vol. 2, Nos. 1-5, July-November 1952
53 2063 Agenda, 27th Year, September-October 1941
53 2064 The Antioch Review, Vol. 10, No. 1 (Notes by Conroy), Spring 1950
53 2065-2066 The Anvil, No. 2, September-December 1933
53 2067 The Anvil, No. 7, July-August 1934
53 2068-2069 The Anvil, Vol. 2, Nos. 9-11 (lacking No. 10), January-June 1935
53 2070 The Anvil, Vol. 3, No. 13, October-November 1935
53 2071 Anvil and Student Partisan, Vol. IV, No. 1, Winter 1952
53 2072-2078 Avenue, Vol. 1, Nos. 3-24 (lacking Nos. 4-5, Nos. 8-10, Nos. 12-14, Nos. 16-18), February 1934-April 1935
54 2079 Blast, Vol. 1, No. 5, October-November 1934
54 2080 The Blue Pencil, Vol. 2, No. 2, February 1935
54 2081 The Bookplate, No. 6, December 1939
54 2082 Bozart, Vol. II, No. 4, March-April 1929
54 2083 The Bulletin of the League of American Writers, Vol. VI, No. 1
54 2084-2085 California Quarterly, Vol. 2, Nos. 3-4, Spring 1953-Summer 1953
54 2086 The Calithump, Vol. I, No. 3, May 1934
54 2087 The Calithump, Vol. II, No. 5, July 1934
54 2088 Caravel, No. 1, Summer 1934
54 2089 Caravel, No. 2, December 1934
54 2090 Caravel, No. 3, Summer 1935
54 2091 Climax, Session Two, Summer 1956
54 2092-2095 Common Sense, Vol. II, Nos. 1-6 (lacking Nos. 2-3), July-December 1933
54 2096-2103 Common Sense, Vol. III, Nos. 1-12 (lacking Nos. 5-6, 8-9), January-December 1934
55 2104-2110 Common Sense, Vol. IV, Nos. 1-12 (lacking Nos. 5-9), January-December 1935
55 2111-2117 Common Sense, Vol. V, Nos. 1-12 (lacking Nos. 2, 5, and 6), January-December 1936
55 2118-2119 Common Sense, Vol. VI, Nos. 1-2, January-February 1937
55 2120 Comprehension, Vol. 1, Issue 3, Winter 1950-1951
55 2121-2122 Concept, April 1977, April 1978
55 2123 Continental, February 1948
55 2124 Critic and Guide, Vol. 5, No. 1, January 1951
55 2125 Cronos, Vol. 1, No. 3, Fall 1947
55 2126 Curled Wire Chronicle, Vol. II, No. 2, October 1945
55 2127 Decade of Short Stories, Vol. II, No. 2, May-June 1940
55 2128-2130 Decade of Short Stories, Vol. IX, Nos. 4-6, Second-Fourth Quarter 1949
55 2131-2133 Decade of Short Stories, Vol. X, Nos. 1-4, First-Fourth Quarter (lacking No. 2) 1950
55 2134-2135 Decade of Short Stories, Vol. X, Nos. 5-6, Spring-Summer 1951
56 2136-2137 Decade of Short Stories, Vol. XI, Nos. 1-3, Fall 1951-Spring 1952
56 2138 December, Vol. XI, Nos. 1-2, 1969
56 2139 December, Vol. XII, Nos. 1-2, 1970
56 2140 December, Vol. XIII, Nos. 1-2, 1971
56 2141 December, Vol. XIV, No. 1, 1972
56 2142 December, Vol. XV, Nos. 1-2, 1973
57 2143 December, Vol. 18, Nos. 2-3, 1976
57 2144 December, Vol. 23, Nos. 3-4, 1981
57 2145 The Dial, Vol. LXV, No. 769 (Inscribed to Conroy), June 1918
57 2145a Dime Novel Round-Up, Vol. 53, No. 1, Feb, 1985
57 2146 Directions, June 1947
57 2147-2148 Driftwind, Vol. 7, Nos. 1 and 6, July 1932-May 1933
57 2149-2154 Driftwind, Vol. 8, Nos. 1-12 (lacking Nos. 2-4, Nos. 6-7, No. 10), July 1933- June 1934
57 2155-2157 Dune Forum, Vol. I, Nos. 2-4, February-April 1934
57 2158 Eliot, Vol. 1, No. 6, April 1934
57 2159 The Emancipator, Vol. II, No. 2, October 1940
58 2160-2166 The English Journal, Vol. XXIV, Nos. 4-10, April-December 1935
58 2167-2169 The English Journal, Vol. XXV, Nos. 1-3, January-March 1936
58 2170-2171 Fantasy, Vol. 1, Nos. 1-2, Summer-Autumn 1931
58 2172-2174 Fantasy, Vol. II, Nos. 1-4 (lacking No. 3), Summer 1932-Spring 1933
58 2175-2176 Fantasy, Third Year, Nos. 1 and 4, Summer 1933, Spring 1934
58 2177-2179 Fantasy, Fourth Year, Nos. 1-3, Summer-Winter 1934
59 2180 Folk Tack, Vol. 2, No. 4, December 1970
59 2181 Folk Tack, Vol. 3, No. 1, September-October 1971
59 2182-2183 The Fountain, Vol. 1, Nos. 4 and 6, March, June 1942
59 2184-2185 Gale, Vol. I, Nos. 1-3 (lacking No. 2), April-May 1949
59 2186-2188 The Golubian, Vol. 1, Nos. 3, 5, and 9, July 1931-February 1932
59 2189-2193 Health and Hygiene, Vol. 3, Nos. 2-6, February-June 1936
59 2194-2199 Health and Hygiene, Vol. 4, Nos. 1-6, July-December 1936
59 2200 Health and Hygiene, Vol. 5, No. 1, January 1937
59 2201-2203 Hinterland, Vol. 2, Nos. 3, 9, and 11, 1938
59 2204 Hopkins Review, Vol. III, No. 4, Summer 1950
59 2205-2206 Horizon, Vol. 1, Nos. 1-2, October-December 1936
59 2207 Horizons, Vol. 2, No. 3, Winter Issue 1936
59 2208 The Horn Book Magazine, Vol. XXXI, No. 6, December 1955
59 2209-2210 Hub, Vol. 1, Nos. 1-2, 1934
59 2211 Human Events, Vol. XIV, No. 50, 1957
59 2212 In Fact, Vol. X, No. 1, October 1944
59 2213-2217 In Fact, Vol. XII, no. 10-25 (lacking Nos. 11-17, 19-21, No. 24), December 1945-March 1946
59 2218-2219 In Fact, Vol. XIII, Nos. 20 and 25, August-September 1946
59 2220-2221 In Fact, Vol. XIV, Nos. 4 and 9, October-December 1946
59 2222 In Fact, Vol. XVI, No. 25, March 1948
59 2223 Inland ("Theodore Dreiser" by Jack Conroy, p. 9), Autumn 1963
59 2224 Integrated Education, Vol. 1, No. 2, April 1963
60 2225 International Literature, No. 3, July 1933
60 2226-2227 International Literature, Nos. 1- and 6, April-December 1934
60 2228-2229 International Literature, Nos. 2-3, February-March 1935
60 2230-2239 International Literature, Nos. 2-12 (lacking No. 8), February-December 1936
61 2240-2248 International Literature, Nos. 1-11 (lacking No. 4), January-November 1937
61 2249-2250 The Kapustkan, Vol. 4, Nos. 3 and 6, June-December 1943
61 2251-2252 The Kapustkan, Vol. 6, Nos. 6 and 9 (No. 6, 1946, Conroy letter to Editor, p. 24), New Year-April 1946
61 2253-2254 The Kapustkan, Vol. 7, Nos. 8 and 10, January-March 1947
61 2255 The Kapustkan, Vol. 8, No. 4, October 1947
61 2256 Kosmos, Vol. 1, No. 1, November-December 1933
61 2257 Kosmos, Vol. 2, No. 3, May-June 1934
61 2258-2259 Kosmos, Vol. 3, Nos. 1 and 3, August-September 1934, February-March 1935
61 2260 Kosmos, Vol. 4, no. 1, May-June 1935
62 2261 The Lance, Vol. 2, No. 2, March-April 1935
62 2262 The Left, Vol. 1, No. 1, Spring 1931
62 2263 The Left Review (Philadelphia, PA), Vol. 1, No. 2, February 1934
62 2264 The Left Review (London, England), [Vol. 1, No. 1], October 1934
62 2265 The Left Review (London, England), Vol. 1, No. 4, January 1935
62 2266 The Left Review (London, England), Vol. 2, No. 4, January 1936
62 2267 Leftward, Vol. 3, No. 4, April 1933
62 2268 Lights Up, Spring 1941
62 2269 The Lion and Unicorn, Vol. 1, No. 1, October-November 1934
62 2270 Literary Monthly, Vol. 1, No. 3, February 1934
62 2271 The Literary Workshop, Vol. 1, No. 2, 1934
62 2272 Literature, No. III, March-April 1936
62 2273 Little Magazine, Vol. 1, No. 5, September-October, 1934
62 2274 Lyrical Poetry, Book I, Fall 1939
62 2275 Lyrical Poetry, Book III, Spring 1940
62 2276 Lyrical Poetry, IV, Summer 1940
62 2277-2278 The Magazine, Vol. I, Nos. 1-2, December 1933-January 1934
62 2279-2280 The Magazine, Vol. II, Nos. 2 and 5, September 1934-April 1935
62 2281 Manuscript, Vol. I, No. 5, October 1934
62 2282 Manuscript, Vol. II, No. 3, May-June 1935
63 2283-2288 The Modern Monthly, Vol. VII, Nos. 2-12 (lacking No. 4, Nos. 6-7, Nos. 10-11), March 1933-January 1934
63 2289-2290 The Modern Monthly, Vol. VIII, Nos. 1 and 11, February 1934, January 1935
63 2291-2294 The Modern Monthly, Vol. IX, Nos. 4, 7, 11-12, June 1935-August 1936
63 2295 Modern Youth, Vol. 1, No. 1, February 1933
63 2296 Moods, Vol. 1, No. 3, April-June 1935
63 2297-2302 The Naked Ear, Nos. 3-11 (lacking No. 4, No. 6, No. 10)
63 2303-2308 New Anvil, Vol. 1, Nos. 2-7, April 1939-August 1940
63 2309-2312 New Force, Vol. 1, Nos. 1-5 (lacking No. 3; Vol. 1, No. 1- See flat box), January-August 1932
64 2313 New Golubian, Vol. 1, No. 1, February-March 1934
64 2313a New Golubian, Vol. 1, No. [3] (cover missing), [1934?]
64 2314 New Leader, Section 2: Letters from the communes / introduction and notes by Richard L. Walker, June 1959
64 2315 The New Talent, Vol. VII, January-March 1935
64 2316-2318 New World Review, Vol. 24, Nos. 3-5, March-May 1956
64 2319 New World Review, Vol. 33, No. 4, April 1965
64 2320-2321 New Writers, Vol. 1, Nos. 2-3, February-March 1936
64 2322 Nit & Wit, Vol. 6, No. 3, July-August, 1984
64 2323 North Dakota Quarterly, Vol. 50, No. 4, Fall 1982
64 2324 North Dakota Quarterly, Vol. 55, No. 2, Spring 1987
64 2325 Northwestern Magazine, Vol. 9, Nos. 1-6 (fragments?), October-March
64 2326 Open Places, No. 22, Fall-Winter 1976
64 2327 Open Places, No. 29, Spring 1980
64 2328 Open Places, No. 35, Spring-Summer 1983
64 2329 Open Places, No. 37, Spring-Summer 1984
64 2330 Open Places, No. 38-39, Spring 1985
65 2331 The Partisan [Hollywood, Calif.], Vol. 1, No. 6, September-October 1934
65 2332 Partisan Review, Vol. 1, No. 2, April-May 1934
65 2333-2334 Partisan Review, Vol. II, Nos. 8-9, July-October 1935
65 2335-2336 Partisan Review, Vol. III, Nos. 1-2, December 1937-January 1938
65 2337 Partisan Review, Vol. V, No. 1, January-February 1940
65 2338 Pegasus, (Northwestern University), Vol. 3, No. 1
65 2339-2341 Pegasus, Vols. 28-29 (Vol. 31 Oversize), November 1930-February 1931
65 2342 The Phoenix, Vol. V, Nos. 3-4, 1976
65 2343-2344 The Phoenix, Vol. VI, Nos. 1-4, 1977-1978
65 2345 Poetry Northwest, Vol. XIV, No. 3, Autumn 1973
65 2346 Poetry Northwest, Vol. XVI, No. 4, Winter 1975-1976
66 2347 Poetry Northwest, Vol. XVIII, No. 3, Autumn 1977
66 2348-2350 Poetry Northwest, Vol. XIX, Nos. 1-4 (lacking No. 3), Spring 1978-Winter 1979
66 2351-2353 Poetry Northwest, Vol. XX, Nos. 1-4 (lacking No. 3), Spring 1979-Winter 1980
66 2354-2355 Poetry Northwest, Vol. XXI, Nos. 1 and 4, Spring 1980-Winter 1981
66 2356-2358 Poetry Northwest, Vol. XXII, Nos. 1-3, Spring 1981-Autumn 1981
66 2359-2360 Poetry Northwest, Vol. XXIII, Nos. 1 and 4, Spring 1982-Winter 1983
66 2361-2362 Poetry Northwest, Vol. XXIV, Nos. 1 and 4, Spring 1983-Winter 1984
66 2363-2365 Poetry Northwest, Vol. XXV, Nos. 1-4 (lacking No. 3), Spring 1984-Winter 1985
66 2366 Poetry Northwest, Vol. XXVII, No. 3, Autumn 1986
66 2367 Pollen, No. 2, 1934
66 2368 Popular Culture Association newsletter : PCAN, v. 6, no. 1, March 1977
66 2369 Popular Culture Association newsletter and popular culture methods, v. 6, no. 2, June 1977
66 2370 Radical America, Vol. III, No. 2, March-April 1969
66 2371 The Realist, No. 39, November 1962
67 2372 The Realist, No. 48, March 1964
67 2373 The Realist, No. 59, May 1965
67 2374 The Realist, No. 63, October 1965
67 2375 The Realist, No. 66, April 1966
67 2376-2377 The Realist, Nos. 73-74, February-May 1967
67 2378-2387 The Rebel Poet, Vol. 1, Nos. 2-17 (lacking No. 4, Nos. 10-12; No. 13 "Art Above the Battle" by Conroy), February 1931- October 1932
37 2388-2389 The Rocking Horse, Vol. 1, Nos. 1 and 4, September 1933, May 1934
67 2390-2391 Saint Louis Review, Vol. 2, Nos. 13-14, April-May 1933
67 2392 San Fernando Poetry Journal, Vol. III, No. 4, 1982
67 2393 San Fernando Poetry Journal, Vol. IV, No. 2, 1983
67 2394-2395 San Fernando Poetry Journal, Vol. V, Nos. 1 and 4, 1983
67 2396 Science and Society, Vol. III, No. 4, Fall 1939
67 2397 Scimitar and Song, Vol. XXXIV, No. 2, March-May 1972
67 2398 Sez, Nos. 2/3, 1980
67 2399-2400 Signatures, Vol. 1, Nos. 1-2, Spring-Autumn 1936
67 2401 Social Work Today, Vol. III, No. 9, June 1936
68 2402 South Today, Vol. VII, No. 1, Spring 1942
68 2403-2405 Southwestern Journal, Vol. XV, Nos. 1-3, December 1934-Winter 1935
68 2406 Souwester, Summer 1970
68 2407-2411 Soviet Travel, Nos. 1-6 (lacking No. 3), 1932
68 2412 Soviet Travel, No. 6, 1934
68 2413 Spinners, Vol. 1, No. 2, May-June 1934
68 2414 Story, Vol. IV, No. 19 (Inscribed to Conroy, title page), February 1934
68 2415 Struggle, Vol. 1, No. 2, Fall 1985
68 2416 Struggle, Vol. 2, No. 2, Spring 1986
68 2417 Struggle, Vol. 3, No. 4, Fall 1987
68 2418-2420 The Tanager, Vol. XVI Nos. 1-5 (lacking No. 2, No. 4), October 1940-June 1941
68 2421 The Tanager, Vol. XVII, No. 2, December 1941
68 2422-2424 Tone, Nos. 2-4, December 1933-March 1934
68 2425 Toward Revolutionary Art, Vol. 3 (also called Vol. 1, no. 3), 1972
68 2426 Toward Revolutionary Art, Vol. 4, 1973
68 2427 Toward Revolutionary Art, Vol. 5, [n.d.]
68 2428 Toward Revolutionary Art, Vol. 6 (also called Vol. 2, no. 2), 1975
69 2429 Trace, 11th Year, No. 47, Fall-Winter 1962-1963
69 2430-2433 The Tramp, Vol. 1, Nos. 1-4, Summer 1939-Summer 1940
69 2434-2435 The Tramp, Vol. 2, Nos. 1-2, Fall 1940-Winter 1941
69 2436-2437 Trend, Vol. 2, Nos. 1-2, April 1933-April 1934
69 2438 Trends & Tides, Vol. 4, No. 1, January-March 1948
69 2439 University Observer, Vol. 1, No. 1, Winter 1947
69 2440 Visions, Vol. 2, No. 4, September-October 1931
69 2441 West End, Vol. 4, No. 2, Fall 1976
69 2441a Westerner's Brand Book, 1951-1959
69 2442 Wildfire Magazine, March-April 1951
69 2443-2445 The Windsor Quarterly, Vol. I, Nos. 2-4, Summer 1933-Winter 1934
69 2446 The Windsor Quarterly, Vol. II, No. 1, Spring 1934
70 2447-2449 The Windsor Quarterly, Vol. II, Nos. 2-4, Autumn 1934-Summer 1935
70 2450 The Windsor Quarterly, Vol. III, No. 1, Fall 1935
70 2451-2452 Worker's Theatre, Vol. 2, Nos. 3 and 5, June-August 1932
70 2453 Wormwood Review, Vol. 10, No. 2, Issue 38, 1970
70 2454-2455 Wormwood Review, Vol. 11, Nos. 1-2, Issues 41-42, 1971
70 2456 Wormwood Review, Vol. 15, No. 4, Issue 60, 1975
70 2457-2458 Wormwood Review, Vol. 16, Nos. 1-2, Issues 61-62, 1976
70 2459-2460 Wormwood Review, Vol. 17, Nos. 3-4, Issues 67-68, 1977
70 2461-2462 Wormwood Review, Vol. 18, Nos. 3-4, Issues 71-72, 1978
70 2463 Wormwood Review, Vol. 19, No. 2, Issue 74, 1979
70 2464 Wormwood Review, Issue 79, 1980
70 2465 Wormwood Review, Vol. 22, No. 4, Issue 88, 1982
70 2466-2468 Wormwood, Review, Vol. 23, Nos. 2-4, Issues 90-92, 1983
70 2469 Wormwood Review, Vol. 24, No. 1, Issue 93, 1984
70 2470 Wormwood Review, Vol. 25, No. 4, Issue 100, 1985
70 2471-2472 Wormwood Review, Vol. 26, Nos. 2 and 4, Issues 102 and 104, 1986
70 2473 The Writer, Vol. 58, No. 10, October 1945
70 2474-2475 The Writer, Vol. 59, Nos. 1 and 4, January-April 1946
70 2476 The Writer, Vol. 60, No. 4, April 1947
71 2477 American Prefaces, Vol. 2, No. 5 February 1937
71 2478 The American Spectator, Vol. III, No. 34 [also includes pp. 7-11 of a different issue, post-October 1935], October 1935
71 2479-2480 Arise, Vol. 1, Nos. 3-4, February-April 1935
71 2481 The Beacon, Vol. 1, No. 4, August 1937
71 2482 Comic Monthly, Vol. X, No. 11, June 1869
71 2483 Contempo, Vol. II, No. 1, May 1932
71 2483a Dime Novel Club Facsimile Reprint No. 14 - Beadle's Boy's Library of Sport Story and Adventure, Vol. I, No. 1, 1940s
71 2483b Dime Novel Club Facsimile Reprint No. 19 - Beadle's Half Dime Library, Vol. I, No. 1, 1940s
71 2483c Dime Novel Club Facsimile Reprint No. 20 - Beadle's Half Dime Library, Vol. I, No. 8, 1940s
71 2483d Dime Novel Club Facsimile Reprint - Beadle's Half Dime Library, Vol. XXIII, No. 581, 1940s
71 2483e Dime Novel Club Facsimile Reprint - Beadle's Dime Library New York, Vol. VII, No. 83 1945
71 2483f Dime Novel Club Facsimile Reprint - Beadle's Pocket Library, Vol. XXX, No. 383, 1946
71 2483g Dime Novel Club Facsimile Reprint - Boy's Star Library, Nos. 341, 344 1946
71 2483h Dime Novel Club Facsimile Reprint - Brave and Bold, No. 45, 1940s
71 2483i Dime Novel Club Facsimile Reprint No. 15 - Campfire Library, Vol. III, No. 59, 1946
71 2483j Dime Novel Club Facsimile Reprint No. 23 - Diamond Dick Jr., No. 104, 1940s
71 2483k Dime Novel Club Facsimile Reprint No. 24 - Diamond Dick Library, No. 175, 1940s
71 2483l Dime Novel Club Facsimile Reprint No. 11 - Frank Reade Library, Vol. II, No. 44, 1946
71 2483m Dime Novel Club Facsimile Reprint No. 12 - Frank Reade Library, Vol. II, No. 45, 1946
71 2483n Dime Novel Club Facsimile Reprint No. 22 - Liberty Boys of '76, No. 1, 1946
71 2483o Dime Novel Club Facsimile Reprint No. 7 - Log Cabin Library, No. 159, 1945
71 2483p Dime Novel Club Facsimile Reprint No. 23 - Log Cabin Library, No. 397, 1946
71a 2483q Dime Novel Club Facsimile Reprint - New York Detective Library, Vol. 1, No. 371, 1940s
71a 2483r Dime Novel Club Facsimile Reprint - New York Detective Library, Vol. 1, No. 438, 1940s
71a 2483s Dime Novel Club Facsimile Reprint - Nick Carter Detective Library, No. 1, 1940s
71a 2483t Dime Novel Club Facsimile Reprint - Nick Carter Library, No. 248, 1940s
71a 2483u Dime Novel Club Facsimile Reprint - SNAPS, No. 39, 1940s
71a 2483v Dime Novel Club Facsimile Reprint - War Library, Vol. 6, No. 269, 1946
71a 2483w Dime Novel Club Facsimile Reprint - Western Weekly, No. 74, 1940s
71a 2483x Dime Novel Club Facsimile Reprint No. 6 - Wide Awake Library, Vol. 1, No. 541, 1945
71a 2483y Dime Novel Club Facsimile Reprint - Wide Awake Library, Vol. 1, No. 553, 1940s
71a 2483z Dime Novel Club Facsimile Reprint No. 24 - Wide Awake Library, Vol. 11, No. 1182, 1940s
71a 2483aa Dime Novel Club Facsimile Reprint No. 16 - Young Sleuth Library, Vol. III, No. 77, 1946
71a 2484 Experimental Cinema, No. 4, 1932
71a 2485-2485e Imprimatur, Vol. I, No. 3, Nos. 8-10, 1942-1943 Special Editions, February 1942-Autumn 1945
71a 2486-2489 Intermountain Review of English and Speech, Vol. I, Nos. 1-4, 1937
71a 2490-2491 Left Front, Vol. 1, Nos. 2 and 4, September 1933-June 1934
71a 2492 The Monthly Review, Vol. 1, No. 3, October 1934
71a 2493-2495 The New Much Ado, Vol. XXV, Nos. 6-9 (lacking No. 8), February-October 1933
71a 2496 New Force, Vol. 1, No. 1, January 1932
71a 2497 New Frontier, Vol. 1, No. 7 (Conroy mentioned as associate), November 1936
71a 2498-2502 New Masses, Vol. 5, Nos. 2, 9, 11-12; No. 11, Conroy's letter to editor; No. 13, Book Review), July 1929-June 1930
72 2503-2510 New Masses, Vol. 6, Nos. 1-10 (lacking No. 3), August 1930- March 1931
72 2511-2518 New Masses, Vol. 7, Nos. 2-12 (lacking Nos. 9, 11; No. 3, Book Review; No. 12, "Unrest" Book Review), July 1931-July 1932
72 2519-2528 New Masses, Vol. 8, Nos. 1, 3-12, September 1932-August 1933
73 2529 New Masses, Vol. 9, No. 1, September 1933
73 2530-2536 New Masses, Vol. 10, Nos. 6-13 (lacking Nos. 7, 10), February-March 1934
73 2537-2545 New Masses, Vol. XI, Nos. 1-13 (lacking Nos. 9-11; Nos. 3-4, Jack Conroy mentioned in articles), April-June 1934
74 2546-2557 New Masses, Vol. XII, Nos. 2-13 (No. 11, Conroy mentioned in article, p. 26), July-September 1934
74 2558-2568 New Masses, Vol. XIII, Nos. 3-13 (No. 13, Conroy mentioned in article, p. 23), October-December 1934
75 2569-2581 New Masses, Vol. XIV, Nos. 1-12 (Error in Numbering), January-March 1935
75 2582-2589 New Masses, XV, Nos. 1-13 (lacking No. 3, Nos. 6-7, No. 10, No. 12), April-June 1935
76 2590-2600 New Masses, XVI, Nos. 1-13 (lacking No. 3; No. 1, Conroy mentioned in article, p. 17; No. 10, Book Review by Conroy, p. 27), July-September 1935
76 2601-2610 New Masses, XVII, Nos. 1-13 (lacking No. 8), October-December 3, 1935
77 2611-2622 New Masses, Vol. XVIII, Nos. 1-12 (Error in Numbering), December 31, 1935-March 1936
77 2623-2634 New Masses, Vol. XIX, Nos. 2-13, April-June 23, 1936
78 2635-2644 New Masses, Vol. XX, Nos. 1-13 (lacking No. 3, No. 6; No. 1, Conroy quoted and mentioned, pp. 25-26), June 30-September 1936
78 2645-2657 New Masses, Vol. XXI, Nos. 1-13, September-December 22, 1936
79 2658-2669 New Masses, Vol. XXII, Nos. 1-13, December 29, 1936-March 1937
79 2670-2679 New Masses, Vol. XXIII, Nos. 1-13 (lacking No. 3, No. 5, No. 7), March-June 22, 1937
80 2680-2690 New Masses, Vol. XXIV, Nos. 1-13 (lacking No. 12, Error in Numbering), June 29-September 1937
80 2691-2702 New Masses, XXV, Nos. 1-13 (lacking No. 8, Error in Numbering), September-December 21, 1937
81 2703-2705 New Masses, Vol. XXVI, Nos. 2, 11, January 4-March 1938
81 2704 Number not used
81 2706-2708 New Masses, Vol. XLII, Nos. 10, 11, 13, March 1942
81 2709-2720 New Masses, Vol. XLIII, Nos. 2- 13, April-June 1942
81 2721-2727 New Masses, Vol. XLIV, Nos. 3-10 (lacking Nos. 4-5, Nos. 11-12), July-September 29, 1942
82 2728-2729 New Masses, Vol. XLV, Nos. 1 and 3, October 6, 1942
82 2730-2731 New Masses, Vol. XLIX, Nos. 5 and 12, November-December 1943
82 2732-2735 New Masses, Vol. L, Nos. 3, 5, 12, and 13, January-April 1944
82 2736 New Masses, Vol. LI, No. 8, May 1944
82 2737 New Masses, Vol. LII, No. 7, August 1944
82 2738 New Masses, Vol. LVI, No. 11, September 1945
82 2739-2742 New Masses, Vol. LVII, Nos. 5, 6, 8, and 13, October-December 1945
82 2743-2749 New Masses, Vol. LVIII, Nos. 2, 3, 7, 9, and 11-13 (Book Review by Conroy, p. 29), January-March 26, 1946
83 2750-2761 New Masses, Vol. LIX, Nos. 1-13 (lacking, No. 3), April 2-June 1946
83 2762-2774 New Masses, Vol. LX, Nos. 1-13, July-September 17, 1946
84 2775-2787 New Masses, Vol. LXI, Nos. 1-13, October 1-December 1946
84 2788-2799 New Masses, Vol. LXII, Nos. 1-13 (Lacking No. 9, Article by Conroy on The Little Magazine), December 1946-March 25, 1947
85 2800 Number not used
85 2801-2811 New Masses, Vol. LXIII, Nos. 1-11, April 1-June 1947
85 2812-2824 New Masses, Vol. LXIV, Nos. 1-13, July-September 1947
85 2825-2831 New Masses, Vol. LXV, Nos. 1-7, September-November 11, 1947
86 2832 Number not used
86 2833-2838 New Masses, Vol. LXV, Nos. 8-13, November 18-December 23, 1947
86 2839-2841 New Masses, Vol. LXVI, Nos. 1-3, December 30, 1947-January 13, 1948
86 2842 New Theatre, July-August 1934
86 2843 New Theatre, Vol. II, No. 3, March 1935
86 2844 New Theatre, Vol. III, No. 4, April 1936
86 2845 The Open Road, Vol. XXXV, No. 3, December 1937
86 2846-2859 Pacific Weekly, Vol. II, Nos. 12-26 (lacking Nos. 14-17), March-June 1935
87 2860-2883 Pacific Weekly, Vol. III, Nos. 1-26 (lacking No. 15, 20), July- December 1935
87 2884-2893 Pacific Weekly, Vol. IV, Nos. 1-25 (lacking Nos. 8-22), January-June 1936
88 2894-2913 Pacific Weekly, Vol. V, Nos. 2-23 (lacking No. 4, No. 10), July-December 1936
88 2914 Pacific Weekly, Vol. VI, No. 1, January 1937
88 2915 Pegasus, Vol. 31, January 1932
88 2916-2921 The Searchlight, Nos. 25-26 and 32-35, January 1951-October 1952
88 2922-2925 Solo, Nos. 21, 24-26, January-June 1949
88 2926 Space, Vol. 1, No. 8, December 1934
88 2927 Weekly News Review, Vol. XXVIII, No. 5, October
89 2928-2933 Berkeley Barb, Vol. 1, Nos. 4-13 (lacking Nos. 5-7, Nos. 10-11), September-November 1965
89 2934-2939 Berkeley Barb, Vol. 2, Nos. 5, 7, 11-13, and 15-16, February-April 1966
89 2940-2941 Exposé, Vol. 3, Nos. 3, 5, March-May 1954
89 2942-2950 Exposé, Issues 36-38, 40-41, 43, and 45-47, December 1954-November 1955
89 2951 Flatlands, Vol. 1, No. 4, April-May 1966
89 2952 Man!, Vol. 3, No. 9, September 1935
89 2953-2957 Panorama, Vol. I, Nos. 1, 6, 9-11, October 1933-August 1934
89 2958 Panorama, Vol. II, no. 13, October 1934

Series 6: Submissions, ca. 1930-1986

Poems, essays, plays, and stories, solicited and unsolicited, by writers other than Conroy. Some works were submitted specifically for publication in one of the little magazines or anthologies edited by Conroy, such as the New Anvil, Rebel Poet, and Unrest. Others appear to be works given to Jack from his friends and colleagues for his informal review, or entertainment. Some of the poems and shorter pieces may have been collected by Conroy himself. Included are works by James F. Light (writing about Nathanael West) and Neal Rowland.
Arranged alphabetically by author, with miscellaneous at the end.

Box Folder Contents
90 2958a Beasley, Singer - Selections from a Harlot's Garden of Verses, n.d.
90 2959 Bogan, James (Jim) - Poems and Collages, ca. 1985
90 2959a Conroy, Tom - Story Ideas, n.d.
90 2959b Fried, Emanuel (Manny). Drop Hammer (Play), ca. 1977
90 2960 Kauffman, George - The Drop (Play in 1 act) March 1963
90 2961 Light, James F. (Jim) - Writings on Nathaniel West 1953, 1958
90 2962 Poetry, various short pieces, n.d.
90 2962a Raddick, L.D. - A Sociological History of the Negro in Chicago, Chapter 1: Du Sable in his day, n.d.
90 2963 Rowland, Neal - manuscript and accompanying letters, 1985-1986
90 2964 Ruber, Peter - "The Writer Should Keep to His Attic", n.d.
90 2964a Rustin, Bayard - A Report on Twenty-Two days on the Chain Gang at Roxboro, North Carolina, n.d.
91 2965-2967 New Anvil
91 2968 Rebel Poet, Unrest and unidentified
91 2969-2971 Miscellaneous

Series 7: Photographs, ca. 1930-1984

Prints and occasional negatives of Jack Conroy, his family, his friends, and his hometown of Moberly, Missouri. Included are some photographs of Gladys Conroy, and of Nelson Algren.
Arranged alphabetically by subjects of photograph: Jack Conroy, alone, and with family members, friends and colleagues (and arranged chronologically therein); then photographs of friends and family members by themselves; and of Moberly, Missouri, and miscellaneous.
At the end of this series is listed a box of oversize material from the Correspondence, Works, and Photographs Series.

Box Folder Contents
92 2972 Jack Conroy, ca. 1930's, 1936
92 2973 Jack Conroy, ca. 1940's-1950's, 1958
92 2974 Conroy with friends and family members, ca. 1940's-1950's
92 2975 Jack Conroy, Moberly City Clerk, and farm boy at Monkey Nest, ca. 1950's
92 2976 Jack Conroy, portraits, ca. 1960's
92 2976a Jack Conroy, face on dollar bill, [1960's]
92 2977 Jack Conroy proofsheet, ca. 1960's
92 2978 Jack Conroy proofsheets - photographer: Bob Barrett, 1960's
92 2979 Jack and Gladys Conroy, ca. 1960's, 1965
92 2980 Jack Conroy, portrait autographed to Larry Goldberg, Jul. 17, 1963
92 2981 Jack Conroy and Gladys Conroy with friends and family members, 1967-1968
92 2982 Jack Conroy near Moberly sign, ca. 1970's
92 2983 Jack Conroy with dog, ca. 1970's
92 2984 Jack and Gladys Conroy, 1976
92 2985 Jack Conroy with friends and family members, ca. 1970's
92 2986 Jack Conroy by family grave and by home, Jul. 1977
92 2987 Jack Conroy, portrait, ca. 1978
92 2988 Jack Conroy with Sapphina Ray, ca. 1972
92 2989 Jack Conroy, portraits, ca. 1980's
92 2990 Jack Conroy at home (See Oversize), ca. 1980's
92 2991 Winter Woods, [Moberly?] (See Oversize), [n.d.]
92 2992 Jack Conroy with friends and family members, ca. 1980's, 1980-1987
92 2993 Jack Conroy, portraits (1 photo autographed to Larry Goldberg), 1984
92 2994 Jack Conroy and the 1930's, Library Exhibit, [n.d.]
92 2995 Nelson Algren, n.d., and Sept. 1951
92 2996 Gladys Conroy, 1950's
92 2997 Family Members, various, n.d.
92 2998 Friends, various, n.d., 1968
92 2999 Moberly, MO: Conroy's House, n.d.
92 3000 Moberly, MO: Moberly Town Sign, n.d., 1967
92 3001 Moberly, MO: Miscellaneous town scenes, n.d.
92 3002 Miscellaneous, n.d.
+93 3003 Oversize : Correspondence
+93 3004 Oversize : Works - Cement King Part 2, Home to Uncle Ollie's, and Progressive Weekly Columns, 1963, 1938, 1939
+93 3005 Oversize : Photographs - Jack Conroy at home (13 photographs, color), photographer: David Eppelsheimer, 1980's
+93 3006 Oversize : Photographs - Winter Woods [Moberly, MO?] (15 photographs, color), photographer: David Eppelsheimer, n.d.

Series 8: Scrapbooks, ca. 1929-1950’s

Scrapbooks compiled by Jack Conroy, dating primarily from the 1930’s and 1940’s and consisting mainly of newspaper and periodical clippings either by or about the author, his books and activities, and topics that interested him. Four of the seven scrapbooks are autobiographical, and contain articles written about Conroy and reviews of his works, particularly The Disinherited and They Seek a City, which he wrote with Arna Bontemps. There are articles about Unrest, a compilation of the Rebel Poets edited by Conroy, and The Anvil and The New Anvil. A few reviews of his children’s books as well as articles about the leftist and proletarian literary scene are also included. The final three scrapbooks are topical. One contains a collection of the column, “Friendly Fighters,” which Conroy wrote anonymously for a World War II civilian defense newsletter; another contains articles on mining; and the final volume includes clippings on post World War II living conditions, politics, and labor relations.
Scrapbooks have been microfilmed.
Arranged by topic and chronologically therein.

Box Folder Contents
94 3007 Volume 1, Conroy, Disinherited, p. 1-14, 1929-1937
94 3008 Volume 1, Conroy, Disinherited, p. 15-30, 1929-1937
94 3009 Volume 1, Conroy, Disinherited, p. 31-44, 1929-1937
94 3010 Volume 1, Conroy, Disinherited, p. 45-58, 1929-1937
94 3011 Volume 2, Conroy, Unrest, World to Win, Proletarian Writers, front cover, p. 1a-1c, 1931-1945
94 3012 Volume 2, Conroy, Unrest, World to Win, Proletarian Writers, p. 2-5, 1931-1945
94 3013 Volume 2, Conroy, Unrest, World to Win, Proletarian Writers, p. 6-8, 1931-1945
94 3014 Volume 2, Conroy, Unrest, World to Win, Proletarian Writers, p. 9a-11, 1931-1945
94 3015 Volume 2, Conroy, Unrest, World to Win, Proletarian Writers, p. 12-16, 1931-1945
94 3016 Volume 2, Conroy, Unrest, World to Win, Proletarian Writers, p. 17-18, 1931-1945
94 3017 Volume 2, Conroy, Unrest, World to Win, Proletarian Writers, p. 19-21, 1931-1945
94 3018 Volume 2, Conroy, Unrest, World to Win, Proletarian Writers, p. 22a-23, 1931-1945
94 3019 Volume 2, Conroy, Unrest, World to Win, Proletarian Writers, p. 24, 1931-1945
95 3020 Volume 3, Conroy, They Seek a City, etc., p. 1, 1935-1952
95 3021 Volume 3, Conroy, They Seek a City, etc., p. 2-7, 1935-1952
95 3022 Volume 3, Conroy, They Seek a City, etc., p. 8-13, 1935-1952
95 3023 Volume 3, Conroy, They Seek a City, etc., p. 14-18, 1935-1952
95 3024 Volume 3, Conroy, They Seek a City, etc., p. 19-22, 1935-1952
95 3025 Volume 4, Conroy, p. 1-5, 1938-1939, 1951-1958
95 3026 Volume 5, "Friendly Fighters," etc., p. 1-6, 1942-1943
95 3027 Volume 5, "Friendly Fighters," etc., p. 7-12, 1942-1943
95 3028 Volume 5, "Friendly Fighters," etc., p. 13-15, 1942-1943
95 3029 Volume 6, Mining, p. 1-3, n.d., 1932-1949
95 3030 Volume 6, Mining, p. 4-7, n.d., 1932-1949
95 3031 Volume 6, Mining, p. 9-12, n.d., 1932-1949
95 3032 Volume 7, World War II, Labor, Politics, and other Topics, p. 1-5, 1937-1949
95 3033 Volume 7, World War II, Labor, Politics, and other Topics, p. 6-10, 1937-1949
95 3034 Volume 7, World War II, Labor, Politics, and other Topics, p. 11-15, 1937-1949

Series 9: Ephemera, 1931-1991

Cards, blank stationery, posters, sketches and artwork, lists, and audiocassettes collected by, given to, or about Jack Conroy. Two of the audiocassettes are a recording of a program by the American Audio Prose Library in Columbia Missouri; it is of Jack Conroy being interviewed by Robert Thompson in 1981 about Conroy’s career as editor of Rebel Poet, The Anvil, and The New Anvil; as well as Conroy’s telling of The Partisan magazine takeover of The Anvil. The interview also includes Conroy reading excerpts from The Disinherited.
Arranged alphabetically by type of material.

Box Folder Contents
96 3035 Audiocassettes (2): Conroy reading from the Disinherited, and being interviewed by Robert Thompson, 1981
96 3036 Audiocassette: "In Celebration of Jack Conroy," Newberry Library, Feb. 28, 1991
96 3037 Business Cards, Stationery, n.d.
96 3038 Demonstration posters, n.d., 1970
96 3039 List, "Novels I have Enjoyed Most..., 1955-1975", n.d.
96 3040 Membership Cards, n.d., 1931-1968
96 3041 Miscellaneous
96 3042 Sketch, Conroy with Francis Coughlin, Dr. Walter Scott, and Dr. Martin Maloney, by "Cremens", n.d.
96 3042a Sound disc: Excerpts from talks by Father Edward Dowling, S.J. In Memoriam, 1898-1960. 33 1/3 rpm : 7 in., 1960
96 3043 Spanish Civil War Poster, (See Wing 8F ZP 940.G7), 1936

Series 10: Family and Personal Papers, 1924-1988

Correspondence, incoming and outgoing, clippings and works, by and about members of Jack Conroy’s immediate and extended family. Where known, the relationship to Conroy is noted on the outside of the folder. Also contains some financial and personal papers of Conroy, including tax information, travel itineraries, and insurance information.
Arranged alphabetically by name of relative.

Box Folder Contents
97 3044 Conroy, Carolyn – Incoming letters, 1962-1978
97 3045 Conroy, Carolyn – Letters, n.d., 1960-1982
97 3046 Conroy, Eugene (Gene) - Letters, 1970
97 3047 Conroy, Gladys to Florence Hardy and Everett Hardy, 1924, 1951
97 3048 Conroy, Jack - Financial Records, 1927-1986
97 3049 Conroy, Jack - Letters to Children and Grandchildren, n.d., 1945-1968
97 3050 Conroy, Jack - Letters to family from Yaddo, 1949-1950
97 3051 Conroy, Jack - Letters to Carolyn Conroy, 1963-1985
97 3052 Conroy, Jack - Letters to Carolyn and Thomas E. (Tom) Conroy, 1964-1982
97 3053 Conroy, Jack - Letters to Gladys Conroy, 1935-1949
97 3054 Conroy, Jack - Letters to Thomas E. (Tom) Conroy, 1965-1978
97 3055 Conroy, Jack - Letters to Margaret Jean Conroy Swartz Tillery, 1964-1967
97 3056 Conroy, Jack - Letter to "Moonflower", 1970
97 3057 Conroy, Jack - Misc. Personal Records, 1946-1986
97 3058 Conroy, Jack, Jr., - Letters, 1949-1953
97 3059 Conroy, Jack, Jr. - Military Service Records, 1951-1952
97 3060 Conroy, Jack, Jr. - Miscellaneous Personal Records,
97 3061 Conroy, Jack, Jr. - School Records, ca. 1940-1949
97 3062 Conroy, Jack, Jr. - Writings, n.d.
97 3063 Conroy, Jack, Jr. and Thelma - Letters, 1953-1955
97 3064 Conroy, Jack, Jr. and Thelma - Letters, 1956-1959
98 3065 Conroy, Jack, Jr. and Thelma, - Letters, 1963-1988
98 3066 Conroy, Jack, Jr. and Thelma, - Letter Fragments, (also photographs, announcements, clippings, etc.), n. d., 1955
98 3067 Conroy, Lynne - Letters, n. d., 1967-1973
98 3068 Conroy, Lynne - Newsclippings, 1972-1974
98 3069 Conroy, Thomas V. (Tom) - Legal Papers and Obituary, 1954
98 3070 Conroy, Thomas V. (Tom) - Letters, 1950-1952
98 3071 Conroy, Thomas E. (Tom) and Carolyn - Letters to and from Douglas Wixson, 1982-1984
98 3072 Conroy, Thomas E. (Tom) - Letters, n. d., 1969-1977
98 3073 Conroy, Thomas E. (Tom) - Letters to Carolyn Conroy, 1969
98 3074 Conroy, Thomas E. (Tom) and Carolyn - Writings, 1977
98 3075 Harrison, Edward, Letter and Clipping, 1952-1954
98 3076 Harrison, Fred, Letters and Clipping, 1951-1962
98 3077 Harrison, George, Phillip, and Rebecca, (clipping, announcement, and photograph), n. d., 1969
98 3078 Harrison, Isabel McKiernan, n. d., 1962
98 3079 Hickman, Agnes, 1947-1952
98 3080 Hickman, Bill and Joan, 1969-1974
98 3081 Jacoby, Cora McKiernan - Letters, 1947-1964
98 3082 Jacoby, Stella - Letters, 1946-1988
98 3083 Jacoby, Stella - Newspaper Clippings, 1931
98 3084 Kellogg, Marguerite, ca. 1960
98 3085 Kelly, Charles, Gladys, and Sharon, 1947-1957
98 3086 Killinger, Helen - Letters, n. d.
98 3087 Swartz, Jack - Letters and Clipping, n. d., 1966-1988
98 3088-3090 Swartz, James E.- Letters, n. d., 1959-1987
98 3091 Swartz, James E. - Newsclippings, n. d., 1972-1980
98 3092 Swartz, James E. - Newspaper Articles, 1971
98 3093 Swartz, James E. - Photograph, 1971
98 3094 Swartz, James E. - Writing, n. d.
98 3095 Swartz, Jerry and Jim; and Tillery, Margaret Jean Conroy Swartz, n. d.
98 3096 Swartz, Jerry Jay - Artwork, n. d., 1977
99 3097 Swartz, Jerry Jay - Letters, n. d., 1966-1988
99 3098 Swartz, Jerry Jay - Newsclippings, 1980
99 3099 Swartz, Jerry Jay - School Papers, n. d., ca. 1976-1979
99 3100 Swartz, Jerry Jay - University of Missouri Papers, 1976-1979
99 3101 Tillery, James - Letters, 1982
99 3102 Tillery, Margaret Jean Conroy Swartz - Letters, n. d.
99 3103 Treadway, Evelyn - Burch Family Genealogy, 1976-1981
99 3104 Waterfield, Zella and Charles, 1947-1984
99 3105 Weisgram, Penelope (Penny) Kellogg - Letters, n. d., 1965-1975
99 3106 Weisgram, Penelope (Penny) Kellogg - Photographs, 1975
99 3107 Wisdom, Margaret Conroy - Letters, 1948-1964
99 3108 Wisdom, Margaret Ann Conroy - Obituary, 1987
99 3109 Wisdom, William Wayne and Carol (Tookie) - Letters and Clippings, 1956
99 3110 Miscellaneous Relatives, Adults - Letters, n. d., 1971-1973
99 3111 Miscellaneous Relatives, Children - Letters, Cards, and Artwork, n. d., 1967-1988