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Call Number: MS 1
This collection contains incoming and outgoing correspondence from 1926 to 1934, mostly in connection to Naomi Royde-Smith's publishing and writing career, but personal and other business correspondence is also present. The collection also contains some of Royde-Smith's short story manuscripts, household bills/receipts, royalty statements, invitations, correspondence written by/to Royde-Smith's husband Ernest Milton, and other miscellaneous papers.
1926 - 1934
Call Number: MS 49
Two Cities was a literary magazine published in Paris from 1959 to 1964, printing French and English material of interest to the Henry Miller, Anaïs Nin, and Lawrence Durrell circles. The magazine was founded by Anaïs Nin and Jean Fanchette, who also served as editor. This collection consists of all its extant archives, including proofs, accepted and rejected manuscripts, correspondence with authors and financial records. It is roughly sorted into the original order of the files, which had...
1958 - 1966