TABLE OF CONTENTS


Descriptive Summary of the Collection

Administrative Information

Biography of Eunice Tietjens

Scope and Content of the Collection

Organization

Selected Search Terms

Container List

Series 1: Outgoing Correspondence, 1905-1944

Series 2: Incoming Correspondence, ca. 1908-1944

Series 3: Writings, ca. 1908-1944

Series 4: Miscellaneous Materials, ca. 1898-1944

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Inventory of the Eunice Tietjens Papers, 1898-1944


The Newberry Library
Roger and Julie Baskes Department of Special Collections
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Machine-readable finding aid encoded by Lisa Janssen and Jen Wolfe 2004.

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Descriptive Summary of the Collection

Creator Tietjens, Eunice, b. 1884
Title Eunice Tietjens Papers
Dates 1898-1944
Extent 10 linear feet (24 boxes)
Abstract Correspondence, works and miscellaneous material relating to Eunice Tietjens, Chicago poet, novelist, lecturer and associate editor of Poetry: A Magazine of Verse. The bulk of the correspondence is incoming.
Language Materials are in English.
Repository Newberry Library, Roger and Julie Baskes Department of Special Collections
Collection Call Number Midwest MS Tietjens
Collection Stack Location 3a 43 2-3

Administrative Information

Cite As

Eunice Tietjens Papers Papers, The Newberry Library, Chicago.

Provenance

Gift of Cloyd Head (husband), Marshall Head (son), Janet Hart (daughter), 1950.

Processed by

Amy Nyholm, 1949-1950; Virginia H. Smith, 2000; Lisa Janssen, 2003; Jen Wolfe, 2004.

Acknowledgements

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

Access

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

Ownership and Literary Rights

The Eunice Tietjens 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 Eunice Tietjens

American poet, novelist, journalist, children's author, lecturer, and editor.

Eunice Tietjens was born Eunice Strong Hammond in Chicago in 1884, and she died in Chicago in 1944. Mainly educated in Europe, all her life she was a constant traveler and lived for short periods of time in Florida, New York, Japan, China, the South Seas and Tunisia. She married the composer Paul Tietjens in 1904, divorced him in 1914 and in 1920 married Cloyd Head, playwright and theatrical director. She had two children, Janet T. Hart and Marshall Head.

Tietjens was a World War I correspondent for the Chicago Daily News in France, 1917-1918, and for more than twenty-five years she was on the staff of Harriet Monroe's publication, Poetry: A Magazine of Verse. Her published work is varied, consisting of four volumes of poetry, a novel, numerous articles, travel books, books for children, an anthology of Oriental poetry, translations from Spanish and French literature, and her memoirs entitled The World at My Shoulder, 1938.

Although Eunice Tietjens' role as a Chicago literary figure is interesting, her reputation rests less on her own work and more on the relationships she maintained and the influence she had as friend, critic and editor of some of the important writers of the early twentieth-century, including Edgar Lee Masters and Sara Teasdale.

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Scope and Content of the Collection

Much of the collection consists of correspondence, primarily incoming from family, friends, and literary figures. There are also numerous manuscript copies of her works, personal memorabilia, drawings, notes for lectures and articles, notebooks of poems, diaries, clippings, photographs and other miscellaneous material.

A second Tietjens collection titled "Additions," received in 1990 from Tietjens' granddaughter Jennifer Hart Dougall, is separately described and cataloged.

Narrative descriptions of the subject matter, types of materials, 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

  • Aiken, Conrad, 1889-1973
  • Aldington, Richard, 1892-1962
  • Anderson, Maxwell, 1888-1959
  • Anderson, Sherwood, 1876-1941
  • Benet, William Rose, 1886-1950
  • Bodenheim, Maxwell, 1993-1954
  • Buck, Pearl S. (Pearl Sydenstricker), 1892-1973
  • Butcher, Fanny, 1888-1987
  • Bynner, Witter, 1881-1968
  • Carr, Michael Carmichael, 1881-1927
  • Colum, Padraic, 1881-1972
  • Currey, Margery
  • De Vries, Peter
  • Dell, Floyd, 1887-1969
  • Ficke, Arthur Davison, 1883-1945
  • Filsinger, Ernst B.
  • Frost, Robert, 1874-1963
  • Geddes, Norman Bel, 1893-1958
  • Hale, Nancy, 1908-
  • Hammond, Idea
  • Hansen, Harry, 1884-
  • Head, Cloyd
  • Henderson, Alice Corbin, 1881-1949
  • Herrick, Robert, 1868-1938
  • Lawrence, D. H. (David Herbert), 1885-1930
  • Le Gallienne, Richard, 1866-1947
  • Lindsay, Vachel, 1879-1931
  • Liveright, Horace Brisbin, 1886-1933
  • Lovett, Robert Morss, 1870-1956
  • Lowell, Amy, 1874-1925
  • Masters, Edgar Lee, 1868-1950
  • Mencken, H. L. (Henry Louis), 1880-1956
  • Millay, Edna St. Vincent, 1892-1950
  • Monroe, Harriet, 1860-1936
  • Mowbray-Clarke, Mary
  • O'Brien, Howard Vincent, 1888-1947
  • Poetry
  • Pound, Ezra, 1885-1972
  • Sandburg, Carl, 1878-1967
  • Sarett, Lew, 1888-1954
  • Tarkington, Booth, 1869-1946
  • Teasdale, Sara, 1884-1933
  • Tietjens, Eunice, b. 1884
  • Tietjens, Paul
  • Toomer, Jean, 1894-1967
  • Turbyfill, Mark, 1896-
  • Untermeyer, Louis, 1885-1977
  • Wescott, Glenway, 1901-
  • Wylie, Elinor, 1885-1928
  • Young, Stark, 1881-1963

Subjects

  • American literature -- Illinois -- Chicago
  • Chicago (Ill.) -- Intellectual life -- 20th century
  • Correspondence -- United States -- 1901-1951
  • Journalists -- Illinois -- Chicago
  • Manuscripts, American -- Illinois
  • Novelists, American -- Illinois--Chicago
  • Periodical editors -- Illinois -- Chicago
  • Photographs
  • Poets, American -- History -- 20th century -- Sources
  • Women editors -- Illinois -- Chicago
  • Women novelists, American -- Illinois -- Chicago
  • Women poets, American -- Illinois -- Chicago

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Container List

Series 1: Outgoing Correspondence, 1905-1944

The outgoing correspondence is primarily to friends and acquaintances, among them Witter Bynner and Margery Currey; her editor at MacMillan, James Putnam, concerning changes to her book The World at My Shoulder; and over 90 photostats of letters to Harriet Monroe copied from the Harriet Monroe Collection at the University of Chicago Library. *Folder nos. 57-91 not used
Arranged alphabetically by correspondent.

Box Folder
1 1 Adair, Frank E., 1938
1 1a Bernstein, Muriel, Apr. 5, 1938
1 2 "Best beloved pair", [192-?]
1 3 "Best pair", 1926
1 4 Binyon, Laurence, 1926
1 5 Block, Harry, 1928
1 6 Bloomfield, Maurice, 1926
1 7 Bobbs-Merrill, 1942
1 8 Branch, Anna Hampstead, 1933
1 9 Brown, Maurice, 1933
1 10 Bynner, Witter, 1921-1930
1 11 Cardelli, Mr., 1930
1 12 Coward, Howard R., 1935
1 13 Currey, Margery, 1922-1935
1 14 Dillon, George, 1938
1 15 Dobbs, Rose, 1938
1 16 Douglas, Marjory, 1944
1 17 Geddes, Norman Bell, 1937
1 18 "Gretchen", 1916
1 19 Gray & Sons, 1927
1 20 Hammond, Idea L., 1935
1 21 Hammond, Louise (presumably), 1924
1 22 Head, Cloyd, 1926
1 23 Hollingsworth, William, 1928
1 24 Johnson, E.A., 1926
1 25 Kennerley, Mitchell, 1915
1 26 Knopf, Alfred A., 1920-1934
1 27 Knopf, Mrs., 1930-1932
1 28 La Gallienne, Richard, 1926
1 29 Liveright, Horace, 1920
1 30 Lobdell, Dr. Effie, 1917-1918
1 31 Lohmann, Otto, 1932
1 32 Mickenberg, Miss, 1938
2 33-34 Monroe, Harriet, 1915-1935
2 35 Nichols, C.E., 1932
2 36 Nicholson, R.A., 1926-1929
2 37 Nordmeyer, Dr. H.W., 1916-1920
2 38 Poetry magazine, 1926
2 39 Porter, William N., 1926
2 40 Pound, Ezra, 1926
2 41 "Precious pair", 1926
2 42 Putnam, James, 1937
2 43 Pym, Mike, 1942
2 44 Quackenbos, George Payne, 1926
2 45 Rockwell, Kenneth, 1938
2 46 Ryder, Arthur, 1926
2 47 Sell, Henry Blackman, 1919-1922
2 48 Tietjens, E., 1931
2 49 Tietjens, Janet, 1926
2 50 Waddell, Helen, 1926
2 51 Waley, Arthur, 1926
2 52 Walsh, Clara A., 1926
2 53 Westbrook, Jessie Duncan, 1926
2 54 Whalley, Paul, 1926
2 55 Wheeler, H.E., 1925
2 56 Wheeler, W.H., 1926
2 57-91 [these folder numbers not used]

Series 2: Incoming Correspondence, ca. 1908-1944

Large collection of letters, manuscripts and printed items from members of Tietjens' family; her wide circle of friends from around the world; her publishers; and literary associates and prominent writers, especially in regard to her work as an editor at the magazine Poetry. Some of the well-known names represented are: Maxwell Anderson (2), Pearl Buck (3), Floyd Dell (5), Robert Frost (4), D.H. Lawrence (2), Vachel Lindsay (14), Amy Lowell (6), Edgar Lee Masters (86 letters and 72 manuscript items), H.L. Mencken (2), Ezra Pound (1), Carl Sandburg (1), Booth Tarkington (2), Sara Teasdale (71 letters and 12 ms. items), Louis Untermeyer (3), and Elinor Wylie (5). Also includes some photographs and other materials, which are noted in the container list.
Arranged alphabetically.

Box Folder Contents
3 92 "A", 1920
3 93 Abbott, Hazel, 1934
3 94 Abramson, Ben, 1941
3 95 Adair, Frank E., 1938
3 96 Aguasoscuras, Conde, [192-?]
3 97 Aiken, Conrad, 1919, 1920
3 98 Albert, Allen Diehl, 1933
3 99 Aldington, Richard, 1923
3 100 Aldis, Dorothy, 1931
3 101 Aldis, Mary, 1923
3 102 Allen, Charles, 1938
3 103 Allen, Hal, 1927, 1928
3 104 Allen, Hervey, 1938
3 105 Allen, Margaret, 1932
3 106 Anderson, Barbara, [193-?]
3 107 Anderson, Maxwell, 1925, 1942
3 108 Anderson, Sherwood, 1921
3 109 Anna Morgan Studios, [193-?]
3 110 Applegate, Bergen, 1916
3 111 Architectural Forum, 1937
3 112 Argus Book Shop, 1931
3 113 Arnold, Frances M., 1932
3 114 Ashe, B. F., 1938
3 115 Ashley, Blanche, 1921
3 116 Athos (pseud.), n.d.
3 117 Atkinson, J. Robert, 1929
3 118 Autl, Cora, [1919?]
3 119 Authors League of America, 1931
3 120 Avunculus (pseud.), 1914
3 121 Ayscough, Florence, 1926
3 122 "B", n.d.
3 123 Baerlein, Henry, 1926
3 124 Bailey, Dora F., 1942
3 125 Baker, Martha, 1911
3 126 Bang, The, 1908
3 127 Bardwell, R. W., 1940
3 128 Barker, Juliet, [193-?]
3 129 Barnett, Henrietta, [193-?]
3 130 Barnette, Ralph, 1931
3 131 Baretto, Laurence, 1918
3 132 Barrows, Marjorie, 1930-1941
3 133 Barth, Joseph, 1942
3 134 Barthelemy, Antonin, 1925-1928
3 135 Barton, Alfred, 1938
3 136 Barton, Fritz, 1913-1914
3 137 Barton, Lester, 1918
3 138 Bates, Arthur Dygert, 1940
3 139 Bates, Herbert, 1925
3 140 Beaton, Lloyd, [1918?]
3 141 Beatty, Bessie, 1920
3 142 Beecher, Carl, n.d.
3 143 Bel Geddes, Norman, 1927-1943
3 144 Bell, Alice Price, 1938
3 145 Benet, William Rose, 1928-1932
3 146 Bennington, Harold, 1916
3 147 Benneteau, 1922-1924
3 148 Bennett, Helen, 1933
3 149 Berger, Marie, [193-?]
3 150 Binyon, Laurence, 1926
3 151 Bjergard, Sven and Johanne, [193-?]
3 152 Blanden, Charles Granger, 1922
3 153 Bliss, Helen, [19--?]
3 154 Bloch, Albert, 1922
3 155 Bloomfield, Maurice, 1926
3 156 Bodenheim, Maxwell, [192-?]
3 157 Bond, Judith S., 1939
3 158 Boni & Liveright Inc., 1920-1929
3 159 Bonnemaison, N., 1927
3 160 Bonner, Amy, 1929-1941
3 161 Booth, Ada, 1913, 1915
3 162 Bowditch, John, [193-?]
3 163 Bowlin, William R., 1933
3 164 Brachet, Mme. Joseph, 1920
3 165 Bradley, Mary Hastings, 1934
3 166 Bragdon, Claude, 1924
3 167 Braithwaite, William Stanley, 1926, 1929
3 168 Branch, Anna Hampstead, 1933
3 169 Brandt, E. V., n.d., 1928
3 170 Brewster, John, 1927
3 171 Brooke, Izora, 1939
3 172 Brown, Curtis Ltd., 1930
3 173 Brown, Florence, 1931
3 174 Brown, Maurice, 1920-1931
3 175 Browne, Nellie, n.d.
3 176 Brownell, Adelaide H., [193-?], 1941
3 177 Brownell, Baker, 1932-1939
3 178 Bryan, J. Ingram, 1917
4 179 Buck, Pearl S., 1940
4 180 Bull, Bartley, 1931
4 181 Bull, William Perkins, 1932
4 182 Bunting, Harry, 1921, 1929
4 183 Burnett, Henrietta Taylor, 1921
4 184 Burt, Margaret J., 1938
4 185 Butcher, Fanny, 1921, 1938
4 186 Bytter, Witter, 1920- 1930
4 187 Sidney, "C", 1921
4 188 Cailett, Raphaele, 1918-1919
4 189 Calhoun, Lucy, 1922
4 190 Canby, Henry Seidel, 1928, 1936
4 191 Carmichael, Leonard, ca. 1942
4 192 Carr, Michael Carmichael, 1910-1915
4 193 Carroll, Dana H., 1912
4 194 Carroll, Eleanor, 1928
4 195 Cassagnol, Edouard, 1943
4 196 Catholic Poetry Society, 1944
4 197 Cavanagh, John A., [19--?]
4 198 Chamberlain, Basil Hall, 1926
4 199 Chambers, D. L., 1931
4 200 Chandler, C. A., 1921
4 201 Chapin, Elsa, 1928
4 202 Chapin, Elsie, 1923
4 203 Chaplin, Ralph, 1937
4 204 Chapman, Helen, 1932
4 205 Chase, Lewis, [1916-1917?]
4 206 Cheney, Sheldon, 1920
4 207 Chicago Evening Post, 1912
4 208 Chicago Foundation for Literature, 1929
4 209 Chicago Little Theatre, n.d.
4 210 Chown, Betty, [193-?]
4 211 Clarke, Madeleine L., 1922
4 212 Clemens, Cyril, 1937-1938, 1944
4 213 Cleveland, Maude, 1918
4 214 Clifford, Berthoud, ca. 1931
4 215 Clover, Phil, 1917
4 216 Clover, Samuel T., 1919, ca. 1921, 1931
4 217 Colum, Padrac, 1921
4 218 Compton, F. E., 1942
4 219 Conat, Isabel Fiske, 1939
4 220 Conference Club Presidents and Program Chairmen, 1929
4 221 Conkling, Grace Hazard, [192-?]
4 222 Cook, George Cram, 1912-1914
4 223 Cooke, Mary, n.d.
4 224 Cooper, Alice C., 1921
4 225 Cooper Elizabeth, 1938, [194-?]
4 226 Cooper, Netta, 1938
4 227 Cordon, The, 1921-1922
4 228 Corley, Pauline, 1938, 1941
4 229 Cornoyer, Paul, 1907
4 230 Coward, Thomas R., 1935-1942
4 231 Cox, George Clarke, 1925
4 232 Cox, McCormack, Nancy, 1942
4 233 Craig, Alice Evelyn, 1925
4 234 Cranmer-Byng, L., 1926-1928
4 235 Crow, Martha Foote, 1914
4 236 Cunningham, George H., 1936
4 237 Curry, Margery, [191-?]-1938
4 238 Curry, Margery - Booklets and articles, 1925-1944
5 239 Daily News, 1918
5 240 Davidman, Joy, 1942
5 241 Davis, Alice Elizabeth, 1938
5 242 Davis, Clara, [193-?]-1944
5 243 Davis, Coral, 1918
5 244 Davis, F., 1917
5 245 Davison, Edward, 1926
5 246 De Bedts, Ruth, [193-?]
5 247 DeLarmarter, Eric, 1921-1922
5 248 Dell, Floyd, 1913-1914
5 249 Dennis, Ralph, 1932
5 250 DeVries, Peter, 1939-1942
5 251 Dillon, George, 1937-1942
5 252 Dimitroff, Stephen Pope, 1932
5 253 Dobbs, Rose, 1936-1943
5 254 Doi, T., 1921, n.d.
5 255 Dohahey, Mary Dickerson, 1937-1940
5 256 Dorr, Rheta Childe, 1919
5 257 Dorrian, Cecil, 1920-1924
5 258 Douglas, Marjory, 1937-1944
5 259 Downes, M., 1927
5 260 Dupee, Helen, 1926
5 261 Durno, W. F., 1921
5 262 "E", Hal, 1918
5 263 Easley, Gertrude Arnold, 1938
5 264 Eastman, Max, 1914
5 265 Eastman, Nellie, [1916?]
5 266 Edson, Mira Burr, 1921-1922
5 267 Ehrig, Violet, 1933
5 268 Eichmiller, G., 1926-1937
5 269 Ellis, Annabel Williams, 1921-1922
5 270 Emerson, Gertrude, 1931-1932
5 271 Enge, Dorothy, [193-?]
5 272 Eskridge, Robert L., 1929-1931
5 273 Eulce, Elizabeth, 1921
5 274 "European Accepted Poets," 1923
5 275 Evans, Ernestine, [193-?]-1942
5 276 Fairbank, Janet A., 1931
5 277 Farrar, Johh, 1921
5 278 Fay, Eleanor A., 1937-[193-?]
5 279 Federal Writer's Project, [193-?]
5 280 Fetcher, Margaret, 1938
5 281 Ficke, Arthur Davison, 1913
5 282 Ficke, Arthur Davison, 1914
5 283 Ficke, Arthur Davison, 1917-1923
6 284 Field, Ben, 1933
6 285 Field, Sara, 1919, 1938
6 286 Filsinger, Ernst B., 1914, 1922
6 287 Fischer, Ernest, 1922
6 288 Fisher, Hazel, 1920
6 289 Fisher, William Arms, 1922
6 290 Fiske, Harrison Grey, 1908
6 291 Florida Magazine of Verse, 1942
6 292 Foley, Edna, 1935
6 293 Fontaine, Elizabeth, 1942, 1944
6 294 Forchhammer, Einar, 1903
6 295 Forrest, Hamilton, 1928
6 296 Foster, Francis, [1914]
6 297 Fowler, Elsie Melchert, 1943
6 298 Foyle, W & G Ltd., 1937
6 299 Freer, Agnes, 1917, 1930
6 300 Friday Morning Club, 1915
6 301 Froelick, Louis D., 1925, 1928
6 302 Frost, Robert, [192-?], 1925, 1930
6 303 Fuller, Henry B., [191-?]
6 304 Gale, Joseph, 1928
6 305 Galloway, Marshall (Mrs. Marshall Head), 1941-1942
6 306 Garnett, Louise, [1932?]
6 307 Garrison, Troy, 1938
6 308 Garst, Eleanor Hubbard, 1931
6 309 Gerstenberg, Alice, 1928
6 310 Glott, Mary, 1932
6 311 Goldstein, Laura, 1938
6 312 Goodman Theatre, 1929
6 313 Goodson, W. C., [193-?]
6 314 Goodspeed, Edgar Jr., 1931
6 315 Gorman, Herbert S., [192-?]
6 316 Gould, Katherine, [193-?]
6 317 Gowen, H. H., 1931
6 318 Grahm, Stephen, 1921
6 319 Grant, Avis N., 1942
6 320 Gratiot, Lynn, 1971-1921
6 321 Gray, Louis, 1926
6 322 Green, G. B., 1913
6 323 Greenfelder, N. S., 1925
6 324 Greenway, Cornelius, 1938
6 325 Grieshammer, H., 1910
6 326 Grieshammer, Lena, 1923
6 327 Gripenberg, Peggy de, 1941
6 328 H---, S. J., 1914
6 329 Hadley, Frank, 1916-1917
6 330 Hale, Nancy, 1937-1938
6 331 Hall, Wallace, 1942
6 332 Hallo, Charles, 1918-1928
6 333 Halloway, Shan S., 1933
6 334 Hamlin, James, [193-?], 1933
6 335 Hammond, Elizabeth (Mrs. Leonard G. Shepard), 1910-1935
6 336 Hammond, H. C., 1914-1917
6 337 Hammond, Idea L. - photographs taken in China, n.d., 1926
6 338 Hammond, Idea L., 1908-1924
6 339 Hammond, Idea L., 1925
6 340 Hammond, Idea L., 1926
6 341 Hammond, Idea L., 1927
6 342 Hammond, Idea L., 1928
6 343 Hammond, Idea L., [193-?]
6 344 Hammond, Idea L., 1930
6 345 Hammond, Idea L., 1931
6 346 Hammond, Idea L., 1933
6 347 Hammond, Idea, L., 1934
6 348 Hammond, Idea L., 1935
6 349 Hammond, Idea L., 1936
6 350 Hammond, Idea L., 1937
6 351 Hammond, Idea L., 1938
7 352 Hammond, Laurens, 1911-[194-?]
7 353 Hammond, Louise - Chinese songs, n.d.
7 354 Hammond, Louise - photographs, n.d.
7 355 Hammond, Louise, 1912-1913
7 356 Hammond, Louise, 1914
7 357 Hammond, Louise, 1916-1917
7 358 Hammond, Louise, 1918-1920
7 359 Hammond, Louise, 1921
7 360 Hammond, Louise, 1922
7 361 Hammond, Louise, 1924-1925
7 362 Hammond, Louise, 1926
7 363 Hammond, Louise, 1927
7 364 Hammond, Louise, 1928
7 365 Hammond, Louise, 1929
7 366 Hammond, Louise, 1930
7 367 Hammond, Louise, 1931
7 368 Hammond, Louise, 1932
7 369 Hammond, Louise, 1933
7 370 Hammond, Louise, 1934
7 371 Hammond, Louise, 1936
7 372 Hammond, Louise, 1937
7 373 Hammond, Louise, 1938
7 374 Hammond, Louise, 1939
7 375 Hammond, Louise, 1940
7 376 Hammond, Louise, 1941-1943
7 377 Hammond, Mildred (Mrs. Laurens Hammond), [193-?]
7 378 Hammond, Peggy - photograph, n.d.
7 379 Hammond, Polly, 1938
7 380 Handman, M. S., 1922
7 381 Hanes, Ernest, 1925
7 382 Hansen, Harry, 1921-1922, 1944
7 383 Hansen, Mary, [193-?]
7 384 Hansen, Oskar J. W., 1932, 1934, 1935
7 385 Hanson, Isabel, [194-?]
7 386 Hapgood, Hutchins, 1924
7 387 Harada, Jiro, 1916-1931
7 388 Harcourt, Alfred, 1916
7 389 Hard, Anne, 1926-1942
7 390 Hard, William, 1913-1942
7 391 Harper's Magazine 1923
7 392 Harriman, Karl E., 1927
7 393 Harris, Alice Barton, [1934]
7 394 Harris, Julian, 1925
7 395 Harrison, Edith Ogden, 1933
7 396 Harrison, Grace Hickox, [193-?]
7 397 Harshe, Robert B., 1930
7 398 Hart, Chester, 1921-1943
7 399 Hart, Henry, 1932-1935
7 400 Hart, Penny Patricia - Photograph, n.d.
7 401 Harvard Lampoon, n.d.
7 402 Hastings, Lord and Lady, [193-?]
7 403 Hatfield, James Taft, 1921
7 404 Hay, Dorothy and Edward, [19--?]
8 405 Head, Elizabeth, 1926-1938
8 406 Head, Marshall, 1925-1935
8 407 Heap, Jean, [192-?]
8 408 Heath, D.C. and Company, 1941-1942
8 409 Hendrick, Rolla, 1940-1941
8 410 Heller, Selig, 1921
8 411 Henderson, Alice Corbin, [192-?]-1923
8 412 Henn, Madge, [1919?]
8 413 Henry, Albert, 1916
8 414 Herben, Grace Foster, 1928-1934
8 415 Herben, Stephen J., 1932
8 416 Herkins, Joe 1919
8 417 Herman, Louise, [193-?]
8 418 Heron-Allen, Edward, 1926
8 419 Herrick, Robert, 1921
8 420 Hewet, Edgar L., 1929
8 421 Hildeth, Martha White, 1916
8 422 Hill, Caroline M., 1922, 1929
8 423 Hill, Frank, 1928-1930
8 424 Hilsabeck, Emily M., 1943
8 425 Hinkley, Theodore Ballou, 1922
8 426 Hinkle, Ethel Hamilton, 1922
8 427 Hollenich, Virgina 1939
8 428 Holling, Lucille, 1935
8 429 Hollingsworth, Buckner Kirk, 1922-1944
8 430 Hollingsworth, William, [192-?]-[193-?]
8 431 Holmes, Margaret, [1940]
8 432 Holt, Alfred H., 1932
8 433 Holt, Henry and Company, 1941
8 434 Hooper, Bertha and Clem, [1940]
8 435 Hogan, Paul to Dr. Kiang with notation to Tietjens, 1926
8 436 Houston, Kenneth, [19--?]
8 437 Howe, W. D., 1925
8 438 Huang, Y. S., 1922
8 439 Hubbell, H., [193-?]
8 440 Hubbell, Jay B., 1924
8 441 Huesbsch, B. W., 1916
8 442 Hull House - "Some students from Hull House," n.d.
8 443 Humm, Olga Minor, 1937-1942
8 444 Hussien, Mahamad, 1925
8 445 Iarecka, Louise Llewellyn, [193-?]
8 446 Idle, E. Doreen, 1939
8 447 Irwin, Beatrice, 1933
8 448 Itow, Michio, 1925-1926
8 449 Ives, Mabel Lorenz, 1921
8 450 James, Bertha Ten Eyck, [191-?]
8 451 Jameson, R. D., 1942
8 452 Jarecka, Louise Llewellyn, 1932
8 453 Jarosh, Antionette, 1944
8 454 Jedlieska, Maria, 1930
8 455 Jenison, Madge, 1930
8 456 Joerissen, Gertrude Laughlin, 1926
8 457 Reed Club, The John, 1930
8 458 Johnson, E. A., 1926
8 459 Johnston, Julia, [193-?]
8 460 Jones, J. Moris, 1944
8 461 Jones, Llewellyn, [192-?], [193-?]
8 462 Jonson, Raymond, 1919-1928
8 463 Jonson, Vera, 1926-1939
8 464 Jordan, Margaret V., [1942]
8 465 Judy---, 1933
8 466 Kallal-el-Kedime, 1925
8 467 Kash, Christine, 1941
8 468 Kaun, Alexander S., 1914-1920
8 469 Keiler, Leila, [193-?]
8 470 Keith, A Berriedale, 1926
8 471 Kellum, Gladys, [193-?]-1941
8 472 Kelso, Belle S., 1917
8 473 Kennedy, Edith Wynne, 1920, 1922
8 474 Kennerly, Mitchell, 1915, [before 1917]
8 475 Killick, R., 1929
8 476 Kilmer, Mrs. Joyce, 1920
8 477 King, Stoddard, n.d.
8 478 Knopf, Alfred A. Inc, 1919-1923
8 479 Alfred, Knopf A. Inc., 1924-1942
8 480 Knudson Rae, 1921
8 481 Komosky, Lillian, 1938
8 482 Kramer, Arthur, [192-?]
8 483 Kramer, Gretchen, [193-?]
8 484 Krenkow, F., 1926
8 485 Kreymborg, Alfred, [191-?]
9 486 Laflin, June, 1941
9 487 Laflin, Louis E., 1931,1938
9 488 La Motte, Grace N., 1920
9 489 Lamkin, L. C., 1932
9 490 Lao----, 1922
9 491 Laramore, Vivian Yeiser, 1933
9 492 Larremore, Thomas A., 1937-1938
9 493 Lawrence, D. H., 1917
9 494 Lawson, George A., 1932
9 495 Lawson, Mrs. Lawrence, 1939
9 496 Leading Women of America, 1937
9 497 Leaf, Walter, 1926
9 498 Leary, Lewis, 1939
9 499 Lee, Alan Simms, 1921-1926
9 500 Lee, Muna, 1932
9 501 La Gallienne, Richard, 1926
9 502 Leippert, James G., 1933
9 503 Leitzbach, Elizabeth, 1922, 1930
9 504 Leonard, Sterling A., 1930
9 505 Leonard, William Ellery, 1919-1925
9 506 Lesemann, Maurice, [19--?]
9 507 Lewis, E. H., 1921
9 508 Lewis, Jas. Hamilton, 1929
9 509 Lichter, J., 1922
9 510 Lindsay, Elizabeth Connor, 1932
9 511 Lindsay, Vachel, 1913-1930
9 512 Linton, Ralph, 1938
9 513 Lippman, Alice D., [192-?]-1939
9 514 Little Review, 1929
9 515 Livezey, H. G., 1938
9 516 Lobdell, Effie, 1922-1944
9 517 Lodeesen-Grevinck, Joh. D., 1936-1943
9 518 Logan, Josephine H., 1933
9 519 Lovett, Robert Morss, 1932-1933
9 520 Lowell, Amy, 1919-1923
9 521 Lyman, Betty, 1941
9 522 MacDonald, Jessica, 1923-[193-?]
9 523 MacMillan, Mary, 1920
9 524 MacMillan Company, 1916-1938
9 525 McAdams, Laura B., [19--?]
9 526 McBirney, Mary, [192-?]
9 527 McClintock, Rebecca E., 1921
9 528 McCole, Camille, 1930
9 529 McDonald, Mrs. Charles, [192-?]
9 530 McDowell, Mrs. Edward, 1922, [192-?]
9 531 McFarland, Wilma K., 1934-1938
9 532 McGovern, Janet, 1929
9 533 McGovern, Margaret, [1939]
9 534 McGovern, William, [1915?], 1938
9 535 McGregor, Della, 1931
9 536 Mahoney, Bertha E., 1931
9 537 Malone, Ted, 1942
9 538 Manly, Marion I., [193-?]-1938
9 539 Mannon, Jessica B., 1931
9 540 Mansfield, Margery, 1937
9 541 Markham, Anna Catherine, 1926
9 542 Markham, Edwin, 1926, 1929
9 543 Marks, Jeanette, 1920-1938
9 544 Marquis, Jaques, 1933
9 545 Marshall, Francis W., 1923
9 546 Marshall, James J., [19--?]
9 547 Marx, Clara V., 1913
9 548 Masters, Edgar Lee to Mrs. Aldis, 1922
9 549 Masters, Edgar Lee to Frank Crownshield, [193-?]
9 550 Masters, Edgar Lee to Cloyd Head, 1944
9 551 Masters, Edgar Lee to Harriett Monroe, ca. 1922
9 552 Masters, Edgar Lee, 1918-1919
9 553 Masters, Edgar Lee, [192-?]-1920
9 554 Masters, Edgar Lee, 1921-1922
9 555 Masters, Edgar Lee, 1923
9 556 Masters, Edgar Lee, 1925-1927
9 557 Masters, Edgar Lee, 1936-1937
9 558 Masters, Edgar Lee, 1938-1939
9 559 Masters, Edgar Lee, 1940, 1944
9 560 Masters, Edgar Lee - Christmas Cards, 1940, 1942
10 561 Mastin, Florence Ripley, 1934
10 562 Matthias, Blanche Coates, 1921
10 563 May, Iris, 1917
10 564 Mayer, Henry H., 1932, 1940
10 565 Mayfield, John S., 1929
10 566 Mazzanovich, Lawrence, 1914
10 567 Meeker, Arthur Jr., 1933
10 568 Memison, Barbara (Reed), 1938-1939
10 569 Mencken, H. L., 1916, 1919
10 570 Merriam, G & C Company, 1941
10 571 Merritt, Ethel, [193-?]
10 572 Metcalf, John C., 1920
10 573 M'hamed, Gouissi, 1924
10 574 Miami Players, [193-?]
10 575 Miami University, 1933, 1934
10 576 Mickenberg, Helen, 1938
10 577 Midzuno, W., 1916
10 578 Mill, Dorothy, 1931
10 579 Millay, Edna St. Vincent, 1923
10 580 Miller, Dorothy Ann and Edgar, n.d.
10 581 Miller, Harold, 1913-1914
10 582 Miller, Jean, 1938
10 583 Miller, Judith, 1937
10 584 Mills, Dorothy, 1920
10 585 Misher, Gouverneur Frank, 1917
10 586 Mitchell, Grant, 1929
10 587 Mitchell, Marion S., [1931]
10 588 Mitre Press, [193-?]
10 589 Mochrie, Margaret, 1931-1933
10 590 Moffett, Cleveland to Paul Tietjens, 1908
10 591 Monro, Harold, n.d.
10 592 Monroe, Harriet - Announcements, n.d.
10 593 Monroe, Harriet to Robert Block, 1928
10 594 Monroe, Harriet to Mrs. Donahey, 1931
10 595 Monroe, Harriet, 1918-1924
10 596 Monroe, Harriet, 1925-1929
10 597 Monroe, Harriet, 1930-1936
10 598 Morgan, Ike, 1905
10 599 Morley, Sylvannus G., [193-?]
10 600 Mortimer, G. Horace, 1932
10 601 Mount Holyoke College, 1916-1922
10 602 Mowbray-Clarke, J. B., 1927-1931
10 603 Mowbray-Clarke, Mary, 1926-1928
10 604 Mowbray-Clarke, Mary, 1929-1930
10 605 Mowbray-Clarke, Mary, 1931-1932
10 606 Mowbray-Clarke, Mary, 1933-1944
10 607 Mowbray-Clarke, Mary - writing, n.d.
10 608 Mower, Paul Scott, 1919-1939
10 609 Mulhern, Margaret H., 1930
10 610 Muller, Helen, 1939, 1941,
10 611 Mulligan, Ruth Anne, 1939
10 612 Murphy, Mildred Knight, 1938
10 613 Murray, Amy, [193-?]-1943
10 614 Murray, John, 1926
10 615 Murrell, Ethel Ernest, [193-?]-1944
10 616 Murrell, Ethel Ernest to Cloyd Head, 1944
10 617 Murrell, Mr. & Mrs. John, [193-?]
11 618 Naidu - Photograph, n.d.
11 619 National League of American Pen Women, 1928-1930
11 620 Nethercot, Arthur H., 1921
11 621 New Republic, 1920-1921
11 622 New Yorker, 1931-1938
11 623 Newman, Fanny, 1917-1922
11 624 Nicholson, R. A., 1926, 1929
11 625 Niles, Blair, 1926
11 626 Nobel, Eugene A., 1909
11 627 Noguchi, Isamu, 1930
11 628 Noguchi, Yone, 1918-1940
11 629 Nordmeyer, Dr. H. W., 1915-1926
11 630 Norris, Frederick A., 1837
11 631 North, Sterling, 1938
11 632 Norton, Grace Fallow, 1923
11 633 Nourse, Elizabeth, 1922
11 634 Nourse, Louise Carroll, 1924
11 635 Nunez, Robert, 1942
11 636 Nutter, Thedora Addison, 1923
11 637 O'Brien, Howard, 1929-1938
11 638 O'Connor, Norreys Jephson, 1923
11 639 Okazuk, K., [191-?]
11 640 Olson, Elder, [192-?]
11 641 Olson, Evelyn, 1928
11 642 Omori, A. S., 1926
11 643 Oppenheim, James, 1916
11 644 Osgood, Ida Steele, 1933
11 645 Otis, Emily, 1934
11 646 Owen, William, n.d.
11 647 Ozanne, Jack, 1938
11 648 Page, Curtis Hidden, 1926
11 649 Palm, Agustus O., 1920
11 650 Pan American League, 1943
11 651 Paradise, Bert, 1909
11 652 Parents Magazine, 1937-1938
11 653 Park-Lewis, Katherine, [1925]
11 654 Parker, Lawton, 1913
11 655 Parker, Louise W., 1921
11 656 Parker Art Printing Association, 1940
11 657 Parks, Carrie Belle, 1928
11 658 Parton, Lemuel, 1941
11 659 Parton, Mary, [192-?]-1944
11 660 Pater, Alan Frederick, [192-?]
11 661 Patten, William, 1930
11 662 Patterson, Samuel W., 1925
11 663 Pearson, Ralph M., 1926
11 664 Peets, Orville, 1924-1930
11 665 Pennsylvania State College, 1930
11 666 Perkins, Eleanor Ellis, [193-?]
11 667 Peters, Marjorie, [193-?], 1944
11 668 Peterson, Carl, 1931
11 669 Peterson, Iris M., [193-?]
11 670 Peterson, Molly W., 1922
11 671 Phillips, Roland, 1909
11 672 Play-house, 1916
11 673 Poetry Magazine, 1934
11 674 Poetry Society of America, 1917-[1925]
11 675 Pole, Reginald, 1915
11 676 Pollock, Channing, 1917
11 677 Poor, Mollie, 1918
11 678 Post, Hermann, 1929-1939
11 679 Pound, Ezra, 1926
11 680 Powys, John Cowper, [ca. 1920]
11 681 Pratt, Eleanor Phelps, 1933
11 682 Pratt, Ida, 1927, 1929
11 683 Preston, Keith, [192-?]
11 684 Provines, June 1938
11 685 Pulsford, W. Hanson to Mr. Head, 1920-1921
11 686 Pumpelly, Mrs. William C., [193-?]-1938
11 687 Purnell, Idella, 1929
11 688 Putnam, G. P., 1921
11 689 Pym, Michael, 1934-1942
11 690 Quackenbos, George Payne, 1926
11 691 Quitman, Jesse, 1923
12 692 Raftery, Kate H., 1932-1938
12 693 Rall, Udo, 1931
12 694 Ralston, Virginia, [1943]
12 695 Rand McNally and Company, 1938, 1941
12 696 Ratoncito, Micky, 1935
12 697 Reedy, William Marion, 1917-1919
12 698 Replogle, Elizabeth M., 1932
12 699 Rice, Wallace, 1917
12 700 Rich, Bert, 1943
12 701 Rich, Bertha, [ca. 1929]
12 702 Rich, Daniel Catton, [193-?]-1936
12 703 Riddle, Edith W., [192-?]
12 704 Ridge, Lola, 1919
12 705 Rihani, Ameen, 1926-1929
12 706 Rissanen, Juho, 1941
12 707 Ritchey, Belle McD., 1927
12 708 Rittenhouse, Edna, 1942
12 709 Rittenhouse, Jesse B., 1920
12 710 Roberts, Elizabeth Madox, 1937-1939
12 711 Robinson, E. A., 1923
12 712 Robinson, Ruth, 1931-1932
12 713 Rockwell, Kenneth, 1938
12 714 Rockwell, Paul, 1919
12 715 Roe, Sig, 1927
12 716 Roerich, Nicolas, 1922
12 717 Rollins, Athol E., 1926
12 718 Romeike, Henry, 1922
12 719 Rose, Marion Quint, 1929
12 720 Rosekrans, Eleanor C., [1944]
12 721 Rosse, Helena, 1929-1940
12 722 Rosse, Hermann, 1920
12 723 Rowley, N. B., 1923
12 724 Ruden, Fred, 1939
12 725 Rundall, F. M., 1926
12 726 Russell, Ada D., 1926
12 727 Russell, Sydney King, 1940-[1942]
12 728 Russman, Helen, 1932
12 729 Ryder, Arthus W., 1917-1929
12 730 Sachs, David to Poetry Magazine, 1942
12 731 Sandburg, Carl to Margery Currey, 1938
12 732 Sandburg, Carl to Idea Hammond, 1935
12 733 Santos, The, 1925
12 734 Sarett, Lew, 1923-1931
12 735 Saunders, Marion, 1938
12 736 Sayler, Oliver M., 1930-1931
12 737 Scellos, Andre, [192-?]
12 738 Schoner, Sarah, 1939
12 739 Scott, William, [192-?]
12 740 Schu-Smith, Amy 1922
12 741 Seiifer Schutzbank, M., [1938]-1939
12 742 Seiffert, Marjorie A., [193-?]
12 743 Sell, Ann, [192-?]-[193-?]
12 744 Sell, Henry Blackman, [192-?]
12 745 Sell, Henry Blackman, 1920-1944
12 746 Sell, Lee Schubert, [192-?]
12 747 Sergel, Roger, 1931, 1942
12 748 Seven Arts, The, 1916
12 749 Seymour, George S., 1932
12 750 Seymour, Mayce, [19--?]
12 751 Seymour, Ralph Fletcher, [1917?]
12 752 Shapley, John, 1933
12 753 Shepard, David, [193-?]
12 754 Shepard, Isabel S., [192-?]-[193-?]
12 755 Shepard, Leonard, 1937-1941
12 756 Sherbon, Florence Brown, 1932-1933
12 757 Sherry, Laura, [192-?]
12 758 Shirley, Ruth, [1939]-1942
12 759 Short, Annie, [19--?]
12 760 Shugio, H., 1917-1918
12 761 Siede, Irna L., 1923
12 762 Sikelianos, Eva, 1927
12 763 Simmons, Mary Esther Ely, 1922
12 764 Simmons, Thomas H., 1920-1938
12 765 Simons, Helen (Head), 1920-[193-?]
12 766 Simons, H. to Cloyd Head, 1921-1930
12 767 Simpson, Lola Jean, 1928-1929
12 768 Sinclair, Margaret, 1942
13 769 Skinner, Constantine Lindsay, 1921
13 770 Skinner, Otis to Cloyd Head, [192-?]
13 771 Smedley, Eva A., 1930
13 772 Smith, F. C., 1923
13 773 Smith, Frank J. Jr., 1937
13 774 Smith, Henry J., 1932
13 775 Smith, Lewis Worthington, 1927-1928
13 776 Smith, Lloyd E., 1941
13 777 Smith, William D., 1906, 1910
13 778 Smith, William J., 1938
13 779 Smith, William Jones Mrs., 1922
13 780 Smithberger, Andrew, 1931
13 781 Smyth, Florida Watts, 1928
13 782 Society of Midland Authors, 1922
13 783 Soda-Wadi, 1936
13 784 "Solle", n.d.
13 785 "Sonny and Tutsy", 1931
13 786 Soule, George, 1915
13 787 Spectator, The, 1920-1922
13 788 Spicer, Anna, 1922
13 789 Stahl, Isabel, 1917
13 790 Stahl, John M., 1921-1922
13 791 Stanoyevich, Beatrice Stevenson, 1921
13 792 Stark, Jack, 1942-1943
13 793 Stearns, Edith Shaffer, 1940-1944
13 794 Steele --, [193-?]
13 795 Stephenson, Robert C., 1921
13 796 Stevenson, Burton E., [1924]-1925
13 797 Stewart, George Craig, 1921
13 798 Stimson, J. Frank, n.d.
13 799 Stockdale, F. B., 1914-1916
13 800 Stoddard, Anne, 1921
13 801 Storey, John de Raismes, 1919-1921
13 802 Storey, Phyllis M., 1936-1942
13 803 Storm, George, [1936]
13 804 Story Parade, 1936-1940
13 805 Strobel, Marion, 1938
13 806 Strong, Arthur Churchill, 1938-1940
13 807 Strong, Clarence, 1941-1942
13 808 Strong, L. A. G., [1927?]
13 809 Strong, William H., [1920]
13 810 Sturges, Lucy H., [19--?], [192-?]
13 811 Suthon, Georgie, 1917
13 812 Sutro, Bess, 1938
13 813 Swartz, Kathleen, 1930
13 814 Symes, Jesse, 1937-1938
13 815 Symes, Marian, 1940
13 816 Symonds, Alice L. S., 1943
13 817 Szold, Bernadine, [19--?]
13 818 Szukalski, Stanley, n.d.
13 819 Tagbon, Victoria, [192-?]
13 820 Talmage, Irma, 1922
13 821 Tanner, Henry, 1913-1914
13 822 Tarkington, Booth to Paul Tietjens, [190-?]
13 823 Tarride, B., [19--?]
13 824 Taylor, H. W., 1931
13 825 Teasdale, Sara - Clippings and poems, [1933]
13 826 Teasdale, Sara, 1913
13 827 Teasdale, Sara, 1914
13 828 Teasdale, Sara, 1915-1919
13 829 Teasdale, Sara, [192-?]-1929
13 830 Teasdale, Sara, 1931-1932
14 831 Teber ---, 1916
14 832 Tellgen, Virgina, [192-?]
14 833 Terry, Duane, 1933
14 834 Teura (of Moorea), 1931-1937
14 835 Theatre Arts Monthly, 1928-1939
14 836 Theta Sigma Phi, 1929
14 837 Thomas, Augustus to Paul Tietjens, 1908
14 838 Thomas, Edward J., 1926
14 839 Thompson, Johnnie Sue, 1930
14 840 Thorpe, Marian E., 1933
14 841 Tietjens, Janet, [1917]-[193-?]
14 842 Tietjens, Maria, 1909
14 843 Tietjens, Paul 1913-1922
14 844 Tingkan, Tsai, 1922
14 845 Thompkins, Yewell, [1925]
14 846 Toomer, Jean, 1921
14 847 Tourist Club, Minneapolis, 1920-1921
14 848 Tratner, Marie Louise, 1939-1940
14 849 Tridon, Andre, 1914
14 850 Triem, Eva, [1938?]
14 851 Turbyfill, Mark, 1917-1933
14 852 Tyler, Dorothy, 1926
14 853 Ufford, Mr. and Mrs. Celian, 1924
14 854 Ulrich, Katherine, 1929-1932
14 855 Underhill, John Garrett, 1921-1922
14 856 Underwood, Edna Worthly, 1928
14 857 Underwood, John C., 1920-1921
14 858 U. S. Coordinator of Information, 1942
14 859 Untermeyer, Louis, 1916-1921
14 860 Valette, Countess de la, 1920
14 861 Valin, Francis Watson de, 1938
14 862 Van 'T Oever, J. M. H., 1939-1941
14 863 Vaan Vleck, Natalie, [19--?]
14 864 Vizetelly, Frank H., 1934
14 865 Waddell, Helen, 1926
14 866 Wainright, Cyril, 1932
14 867 Walcott, Mary Vaux
14 868 Waley, Arthur, [1926]
14 869 Walker, Dugald, 1921
14 870 Walker, Ryan, [190-?]
14 871 Walton, Earle (presumably), 1934
14 872 Ward, Mary Williams, [193-?]
14 873 Ware, Dora Willis, 1917
14 874 Warfield, Carlotta, 1931
14 875 Watkins, Ann, 1934
14 876 Watkins, Dwight E., 1925
14 877 Way, S. G., 1922
14 878 Webb, Winifred, [192-?]
14 879 Webster, Henry Kitchell, [1911]-1932
14 880 Webster, Ronald, 1920
14 881 Webster, T. K., 1911-1917
14 882 Webster, Mrs. T. K., [19--?]
14 883 Weil, Elsie, [ca. 1918]-1944
14 884 Wertheim, M., 1929
14 885 Westcott, Glenway, 1921
14 886 West, Howard, 1944
14 887 Westbrook, Jesse Duncan, 1926
14 888 Whalley, George P., [1926]
14 889 Wheeler, Harold E., 1931
14 890 Wheeler, Mary L., 1941
14 891 Wheeler, Monroe, 1921
14 892 Wheeler Publishing Company, 1923-1937
14 893 Whitall, James, [1926]
14 894 Whiteley, Mary, 1939
14 895 Whiton, Helen, [191-?]
14 896 Who's Who in America, 1923-1938
14 897 Whyle, M. A. B., 1939-1942
14 898 Wick, Alice, 1939
14 899 Wild, Laura H., 1944
14 900 Wilhelm, Paula, 1922
14 901 Wilkinson, G. H., 1916
14 902 Wilkinson, James G., 1928
14 903 Wilkinson, Maguerite, 1913-1921
14 904 Williams, Mary, [193-?]
14 905 Wilson, Emma R., 1933
14 906 Wilson, H. W., 1942
14 907 Wilson, Hugh R., 1939
14 908 Winser, Ethel Ried, 1938
14 909 Winter, Alice Beach, 1910
14 910 Wise, William H., 1934
14 911 Wolfe, Cliffe Hamilton, 1937
14 912 Wood, Charles Erskine Scott, [ca. 1920]
14 913 Woodhouse, T., [1927]
14 914 Wright, Joseph, 1933
14 915 Wylie, Elinor, [1922-1932], 1928
14 916 Yoshida, O., 1916-1917
14 917 Young, Stark, 1915
14 918 Zabel, Morton Dauwen, 1936

Series 3: Writings, ca. 1908-1944

This portion of the Tietjens Papers consists primarily of manuscripts of Tietjens' works, including her books The World on My Shoulder, My Jean, Leaves in Windy Weather, drafts of poems, articles and lectures, and notebooks containing poems, ideas for writing, journals and various jottings. "AM" refers to works in handwriting; "TMs" refers to typescripts, and "clippings" refers to Tietjens' works that were printed in a newspaper or journal.
Arranged alphabetically by type of material and title, with miscellaneous writings filed at the end of the sequence.

Box Folder Contents
15 919 Non-fiction on literature: Ann's play, notes, AM
15 920 Non-fiction on literature: The Attitude Towards the Poet, TMs
15 921 Non-fiction on literature: Book reviews for Poetry magazine and other publications, TMs, clippings, photocopies
15 922 Non-fiction on literature: Brunelleschi, TMs
15 923 Non-fiction on literature: Chinese Chanting of the Classics, TMs, galley proof, copy of Poetry magazine, see also Oversize, Oct., 1916
15 924 Non-fiction on literature: Contemporary Japanese Poetry, TMs
15 925 Non-fiction on literature: Flame and Shadow, concerning Sara Teasdale, TMs
15 926-927 Non-fiction on literature: How Poetry Is Written: A Handbook for the Inexperienced Poet, unpublished textbook, TMs
15 928 Non-fiction on literature: The Ibsen Centennial, from The Chicago Daily News, clipping, Mar. 21, 1928
15 929 Non-fiction on literature: Imagists of Today and Notes on Poetry, from The Graphic, clipping, see also Oversize, July 31, 1915
15 930 Non-fiction on literature: Japanese Contemporary Poetry, notes, TMs
15 931 Non-fiction on literature: Literary anthology introduction essays, TMs
15 932 Non-fiction on literature: On Translating Chinese Poetry, clippings, Aug. 15-Aug. 22, 1917
15 933 Non-fiction on literature: Paul Gaugin as Journalist, TMs
15 934 Non-fiction on literature: Poetry, for Compton's Encyclopaedia for Youngsters, TMs
15 935 Non-fiction on literature: Poetry and Chairs, from The Daily News of Business, clipping, Sept. 11, 1917
15 936 Non-fiction on literature: Poetry of the Orient, advertisement, notes, TMs, ca. 1928
15 937 Non-fiction on literature: The Poetry of the Orient Influences Our Own, TMs
15 938 Non-fiction on literature: The Poetry of Young Children, TMs
15 939 Non-fiction on literature: "The present renaissance of American poetry...", AM
15 940 Non-fiction on literature: Prose contributions to Poetry magazine, photocopies from the University of Chicago's Harriet Monroe Collection
15 941 Non-fiction on literature: The Roots of Poetry, in The Carib magazine, Nov. 17, 1933
15 942 Non-fiction on literature: Spirit of Japanese Poetry, from The Graphic, clipping, see also Oversize, July 17, 1915
15 943 Non-fiction on literature: "This, Poetry's twentieth birthday...", TMs, ca. 1932
15 944 Non-fiction on literature: "Two weeks ago a very entertaining article...", concerning Bohemianism in the poetry class, TMs
15 945 Non-fiction on literature: "We are sometimes inclined to believe...", concerning Chinese poetry, TMs
15 946 Non-fiction on literature: With the Modern Poets, from Los Angeles Graphic, 4 clippings, see also Oversize, June 19-Oct. 9, 1915
16-17 Notebooks: 23 books with notes and drafts of writings
17 947 Poetry: A-C, clippings, AM, TMs, see also Oversize
17 948 Poetry: Body and Raiment, TMs, ca. 1919
17 949 Poetry: Child Verse, TMs
17 950 Poetry: D-G, clippings, AM, TMs, see also Oversize
17 951 Poetry: H-L, clippings, AM, TMs
17 952 Poetry: "I have been too long approaching death...", final poem, MS, ca. Aug. 25, 1944
17 953 Poetry: An Impudent History of the World Before Man, written with Janice Tietjens, TMs
17 954 Poetry: Leaves in Windy Weather, galley proofs, TMs, see also Oversize, Apr. 12-May 6, 1929
18 955 Poetry: M-P, clippings, AM, TMs
18 956 Poetry: Maternity: A Cycle, TMs
18 957 Poetry: Poems of Childhood, TMs
18 958 Poetry: Poems of "Eloise Briton" [pseudonym]: Juvenilia, TMs
18 959 Poetry: Poems of Places, TMs
18 960 Poetry: Poems written for Paul Tietjens, AM
18 961 Poetry: Profiles From China, TMs, ca. 1917
18 962 Poetry: Profiles From China, advertisements, reviews, see also Oversize, ca. 1917
18 963 Poetry: Profiles From Home, galley proofs, reviews, see also Oversize, 1925
18 964 Poetry: Q-S, clippings, AM, TMs,
18 965 Poetry: Scrapbook of published poem clippings, 1902-1940
18 966 Poetry: Six Poems for the [Ch?], TMs, ca. 1932
18 967 Poetry: A Sonnet Sequence, printed material
18 967a Poetry: Stars Over the Caribbean, [n.d.]
18 968 Poetry: The Steam Shovel, TMs, galley proof, clippings, see also Oversize, 1914
18 969 Poetry: T-Y, clippings, AM, TMs
19 970 Poetry: Thirteen Songs of a Sailor's Sweetheart: A Sequence, TMs
19 971 Poetry: Untitled collection of early poems and illustrations, AM
19 972 Poetry: Verses, TMs
19 973 War correspondence: War stories written as Special Correspondent to the Chicago Daily News during World War I, dated, clippings, TMs, Dec. 24, 1917-Sept. 20, 1918
19 974 War correspondence: War stories written as Special Correspondent to the Chicago Daily News during World War I, undated, clippings, AM, TMs, see also Oversize, ca. 1917-1918
19 975 War correspondence: War work records, clippings, D, C, L, TL, ca. 1917-May 7, 1921
19 976 Miscellaneous: Adventure in the South Seas, TMs
19 977 Miscellaneous: Advice From a Mother's Notebook, TMs
19 978 Miscellaneous: Antari, TMs
19 979 Miscellaneous: Before Battle, AM, TMs
19 980 Miscellaneous: Bertram and Mary, TMs
19 981 Miscellaneous: Betty Chown's Dance Group Recital, TMs
19 982 Miscellaneous: Boy of China, notes written with Louise, TMs, AM, Sept., 1935
19 983 Miscellaneous: Chicken Greedy, TMs
19 984 Miscellaneous: Chicken Little, TMs
19 985 Miscellaneous: Child Life, TMs
19 986 Miscellaneous: China, article, TMs
19 987 Miscellaneous: China, notes for textbook, AM, TMs, ca. 1928
19 988 Miscellaneous: China, radio essay, TMs
19 989 Miscellaneous: Chronicles of the New Calendar, AM, TMs
19 990 Miscellaneous: Cuba, TMs
19 991 Miscellaneous: Detective story, notes written with Janet Tietjens, AM
19 992 Miscellaneous: The Doubtful Candle, TMs
19 993 Miscellaneous: England, TMs
19 994 Miscellaneous: Evelyn Parker, AM, TMs, TMsS
19 995 Miscellaneous: Even in the Neutral Countries: "Kriget har brutit ut", TMs
19 996 Miscellaneous: A Foreign Tongue in the Kindergarten, TMs
19 997 Miscellaneous: The Forgotten Waltz, notes, AM
19 998 Miscellaneous: Francis Rolt-Wheeler, AM
19 999 Miscellaneous: "Frau Helena Wittich is wakened at six...", TMs, ca. 1943
19 1000 Miscellaneous: Freedom, TMs
19 1001 Miscellaneous: George: A Satirical Play in One Act, TMs
19 1002 Miscellaneous: The Gingerbread Boy, TMs, ca. 1932
19 1003 Miscellaneous: Golden Knees, TMs
19 1004 Miscellaneous: The Great Simplicity, TMs
19 1005 Miscellaneous: The Hammam of Delirious Delights, TMs
19 1006 Miscellaneous: Hand Sinister, TMs
19 1007 Miscellaneous: Harriet, obituary for Harriet Monroe, TMs
19 1008 Miscellaneous: H.O. Tanner, notes, exhibition catalog, AM, TMs, see also Oversize, 1913
19 1009 Miscellaneous: The Honeymoon, TMs
19 1010 Miscellaneous: Hurricane in the Coconut Grove, TMs, Nov. 4, 1935
19 1011 Miscellaneous: I Met Them in the Antipodes, TMs
19 1012 Miscellaneous: Introduction to booklet published by the Pan-American League, TMs
19 1013 Miscellaneous: Jake, book jacket, review, see also Oversize, 1921
19 1014 Miscellaneous: Jimmy, TMs
19 1015 Miscellaneous: Judgment, TMs
19 1016 Miscellaneous: Kadijah, TMs
19 1017 Miscellaneous: Lawton Parker, TMs
19 1018 Miscellaneous: Lysistrata Up to Date, TMs
19 1019 Miscellaneous: Mabouba, TMs, ca. 1920's
19 1020 Miscellaneous: Mabouba and Wedding-Baptism, TMs, ca. 1920's
19 1021 Miscellaneous: Man Proposes, TMs, ca. 1920's
20 1022 Miscellaneous: Manga Reva: The Forgotten Islands, written with Robert Eskridge, TMs, ca. 1931
20 1023 Miscellaneous: Matmata, notes, AM
20 1024 Miscellaneous: Mexican Interlude, TMs, July 26, 1937
20 1025-1027 Miscellaneous: My Jean by Guy Trevor MacKenzie [pseudonym], TMs
20 1028 Miscellaneous: On This, Pan-American Day, advertising copy, TMs
20 1029 Miscellaneous: Oriental Participation in "A Century of Progress", TMs
20 1030 Miscellaneous: Panama-Pacific International Exposition in San Francisco, articles, clippings, press passes, TMs, D, 1915
21 1031 Miscellaneous: Pastoral, TMs
21 1032 Miscellaneous: A Pattern in Sand, TMs, see also Jake, ca. 1921
21 1033 Miscellaneous: Peaceful Days in Mexico, TMs
21 1034 Miscellaneous: People I Have Met at Coral Gables, notes, AM
21 1035 Miscellaneous: Prehistoric Monsters, TMs
21 1036 Miscellaneous: Prose fragments found in the collection, AM, TMs
21 1037 Miscellaneous: Radio for Sheilah, radio script, TMs
21 1038 Miscellaneous: Rata, notes, TMs
21 1039 Miscellaneous: The Sacred Mountain of China, TMs
21 1040 Miscellaneous: Singular Effect of the Marriage Lines, TMs
21 1041 Miscellaneous: Some Thoughts on Democracy, TMs
21 1042 Miscellaneous: Son of the Desert, from Child Life magazine, clipping, July-Nov., 1928
21 1043 Miscellaneous: Story of the Travelling Stones, According to Etua, TMs
21 1044 Miscellaneous: The Theatre of the Future, TMs
21 1045 Miscellaneous: Tunisian Tragi-Comedy, TMs
21 1046 Miscellaneous: The Twitchell Spit Fire: An Occasional Periodical Published Now and Then by a Certain Person, 4 issues, TD
21 1047 Miscellaneous: Vaudeville sketch, notes, AM
21 1048 Miscellaneous: Vision seen when ill, notes, MS
21 1049 Miscellaneous: A Washington's Birthday Exercise: A Playlet for Children, printed material, see also Oversize
21 1050 Miscellaneous: "We have just been living...in the Garden of Eden...", TMs
21 1051 Miscellaneous: We Settle in the South Seas, TMs, Aug. 16, 1930
21 1052 Miscellaneous: "What does one want most from a house...", TMs
21 1053 Miscellaneous: Women and the Art of Today, from the San Francisco Bulletin, clipping, Sept. 18, 1915
21 1054-1055 Miscellaneous: The World at My Shoulder, autobiography, TMs, ca. 1934

Series 4: Miscellaneous Materials, ca. 1898-1944

This portion of the Tietjens Papers contains such items as a passport, draft of her will, drawings, photographs, printed materials concerning Poetry magazine, and materials documenting Tietjens' friendship with Edgar Lee Masters, including manuscript copies of Masters' poems.
Arranged alphabetically by title or type of material.

Box Folder Contents
22 1056 Account book, includes notes on China, 1914-1915
22 1057 Address books, 1912, [193-?]
22 1058 Artwork for The Jaw-breaker's Alphabet, written with Janice Tietjens, see also Oversize, ca. 1930
22 1059 Artwork: Girl of the Streets by Lillian Mortimer, printed material with hand-drawn illustrations added by Eunice Tietjens
22 1060 Artwork: Illustrations by Eunice Tietjens, miscellaneous subjects, see also Oversize
22 1061 Artwork: Illustrations by Eunice Tietjens, stage sets and props designed for Pan American pageant, Miami, see also Oversize, ca. 1936
22 1062 Biographical chronology, 1922
22 1063 Biographical information for The National Cyclopedia of American Biography, 1925
22 1064 Biographical sketch from directory, printed material, 1930's
22 1065 Birthday book, 1900
22 1066 Bookplate
22 1067 Christmas cards
22 1068 Clippings: Head, Cloyd
22 1069 Clippings: Monroe, Harriet, see also Oversize
22 1070 Clippings: Tietjens, Janice
22 1071 Clippings: Tietjens, Eunice, see also Oversize
22 1072 Cloyd Head's Miami Players, programs, Nov., 1938-May, 1940
22 1073 Club Francais d'Evanston, program, Dec. 14, 1940
22 1074 Concert-und Theater-buch, 1898-1908
22 1075 Death announcements sent by Cloyd Head to Marjory Currey and Padraic and Molly Colum, telegram carbons, Sept. 7, 1944
22 1076 Death notices, Sept., 1944
22 1077 Diary for 1927 [time period covered is actually 1926], 1926
22 1078 Divorce papers, see also Oversize, Dec., 1914
22 1079 Dragon's blood (resin) and envelope with instructions for love charm
"Dragon's Blood. To be used in Voodoo love charm. Make a brew of the dragon's blood. Take a twist of cotton-yarn or string -- dip it in the brew. Take two needles and lay them together as in diagram. Wrap them with the cotton. Wear the completed charm on the person. From Jean Muir."
22 1080 Head, Cloyd, Monte Carlo casino ticket, Apr. 29, 1924
22 1081 Head, Cloyd, letter to Robert L. Eskridge, Feb., 1931
22 1082 Housewarming invitation, Coconut Grove, Mar. 19, 1937
22 1083 Lecture announcement, clipping, 1926
22 1084 Lecture brochures, printed materials
22 1085 Lecture notes and outlines, esp. for courses taught at the University of Miami, 1933-1935, n.d.
22 1086 Letterhead
22 1087 List of people seen in New York, Jan., 1921
22 1088 Maps marked for ocean voyage of Oct.-Nov., see Oversize, 1926
22 1089 Masters, Edgar Lee, autobiographical notes, MS, 1923
22 1090 Masters, Edgar Lee, calling card with the pseudonym "Rev. Elmer Chubb", 1938
22 1091 Masters, Edgar Lee, clippings, see also Oversize, 1923
22 1092 Masters, Edgar Lee, notices and announcements issued under the pseudonyms Elmer Chubb, Lucius Atherton and Lute Puckett, 1920-1925
22 1093 Masters, Edgar Lee, poetry: At St. Christoph, TMsS, Jan. 23, 1938
22 1094 Masters, Edgar Lee, poetry: Back in Oakford, TMsS with initials, Nov. 20, 1937
22 1095 Masters, Edgar Lee, poetry: Fellatio, TMs
22 1096 Masters, Edgar Lee, poetry: "God planted our sexual bliss...", AM, Dec., 1919
22 1097 Masters, Edgar Lee, poetry: Guido Novello da Polenta, AMS with initials, Dec. 6, 1922
22 1098 Masters, Edgar Lee, poetry: Hewitt Hosmer, TMsS with initials, Dec. 6, 1922
22 1099 Masters, Edgar Lee, poetry: The Kiss, TMs
23 1100 Masters, Edgar Lee, poetry: The Lost Chordee, TMs
23 1101 Masters, Edgar Lee, poetry: Love's Triumph, TMs, July 23, 1921
23 1102 Masters, Edgar Lee, poetry: Ode to Fame, TMs, Dec. 6, 1922
23 1103 Masters, Edgar Lee, poetry: The Passover, TMs, with enclosure Other Saints in January, clipping, July 29, 1925
23 1104 Masters, Edgar Lee, poetry: Popping, TMs, 1930's
23 1105 Masters, Edgar Lee, poetry: Richard Harned, TMs, June 6, 1923
23 1106 Masters, Edgar Lee, poetry: Spoon River Anthology by Edgar Lee Masters: The Spooniad of Jonathan Swift Somers, TMs
23 1107 Masters, Edgar Lee, poetry: Sunken Realms, TMsS with initials, Mar. 12, 1938
23 1108 Masters, Edgar Lee, poetry: To My Son Hilary, TMsS, Mar. 4, 1938
23 1109 Masters, Edgar Lee, poetry: The Triumph of Earth, printed material, signed, Mar. 21, 1940
23 1110 Masters, Edgar Lee, poetry: The Wanderer, TMsS with initials, June 6, 1923
23 1111 Masters, Edgar Lee, poetry: Willa Carvallo, TMs, 1920's
23 1112 Photograph of Medallion of Eunice Tietjens' profile by Nancy Cox-McCormack. Photo taken by Edwin Pearson. [For medallion, see Tietjens box 25], 1917
23 1113 Memberships: The 30 Club, membership lists and notices, 1929-1941
23 1114 Memberships: Century of Progress Poetry Committee, membership lists and notes, 1932
23 1115 Memberships: Daughters of the American Revolution, membership card, Oct. 4, 1911
23 1116 Memberships: The Stork Club, lunch card, 1930's
23 1117 Notebook: list of favorite poems and instructions for death notices, Sept., 1944
23 1118 Notebook: Slavic vocabulary lessons
23 1119 Obituaries, Sept., 1944-Feb., 1945
23 1120 Passport, 1939
23 1121 Pawn ticket for ring given to help the Little Review, Sept. 29, 1914
23 1122 Personal documents including vaccination records and fingerprints, 1940-1942
23 1123 Photographs: Currey, Margery
23 1124 Photographs: Head, Cloyd
23 1125 Photographs: Masters, Edgar Lee
23 1126 Photographs: Monroe, Harriet
23 1127 Photographs: Opera singer and writer stamps and photographs
23 1128 Photographs: Tietjens, Eunice, 1898-1944
23 1129 Photographs: Tietjens, Idea
23 1130 Photographs: Tunisian trip
23 1131 Photographs: The World Around, images of dolls planned for use in magazine, 1931
23 1132 Poetry magazine: Announcement of 25th anniversary, 1937
23 1133 Poetry magazine: Announcements concerning its founding, 1912
23 1134 Poetry magazine: Cartoon and clipping concerning, ca. 1917
23 1135 Poetry magazine: Financial report, 1937-1941
23 1136 Poetry magazine: Index of poems in issues 1-60 spanning Oct. 1912-Sept. 1942, entries T-Z only, ca. Sept. 1942
23 1137 Poetry magazine: Letterhead, 1920's
23 1138 Poetry magazine: Open letters signed by Lew Sarett and Adlai E. Stevenson, Sept. 15, 1941
23 1139 Poetry magazine: Promotional document including press notices, artistic report and financial report, Aug. 1, 1914
23 1140 Radio script including interview with Eunice Tietjens, "Our Town" radio program, Miami, Dec. 22, 1941
23 1141 Receipts for travel-related purchases, 1924-1925
23 1142 School records, Dresden, see also Oversize, 1902-1903
23 1143 A Service in Recognition of the Leadership of Women, program, Apr. 10, 1929
23 1144 Sheet music: The Buried City, words by Eunice Tietjens, music by Paul Tietjens, MS, see also Oversize, [191-?]
23 1145 Sheet music: Lonliness [sic], words by Eunice Tietjens, music by Hamilton Forest, reproduction of MS, ca. 1928
23 1146 Theatre Register, 1908-1914
23 1147 Tietjens, Janice, puppet performances brochure, 1908-1914
23 1148 Travel records for trip to Central America, 1940
23 1149 Union Royal Mail Line travel souvenir, June 4, 1931
23 1150 Victor, Herbert, letter to Paul Tietjens, Aug. 8, 1908
23 1151 Walter C. Jordan's National Theatre featuring Arabesque by Cloyd Head and Eunice Tietjens, program, Oct. 26, 1925
23 1152 Wedding announcement, Eunice Hammond to Paul Tietjens, May 19, 1904
23 1153 Will, draft version, see also Oversize, Jan., 1939
23 1154 Wooden wedding of Paul and Eunice Tietjens, pencilled draft of invitation, May 19, 1909
23 1155 The World Around, publication, documents related to founding and policy, notes for future issues, letters of endorsement, 1931
24 Oversize
25 Medallion of Eunice Tietjens' profile by Nancy Cox-McCormack. NL Artifact #1227. [For photograph of medallion, see Tietjens box 23, folder 1112]