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A Guide to the Additional Papers of Douglas H. Gordon, 1934-1988 Gordon, Douglas, Papers, 1934-1988 10419-e

A Guide to the Additional Papers of Douglas H. Gordon, 1934-1988

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Accession number
10419-e
Title
Additional Papers of Douglas H. Gordon, 1934-1988
Physical Characteristics
Ca. 25,000 items
Language
English

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Preferred Citation

Douglas H. Gordon, Additional Papers, 1934-1988, Accession #10419-e, Special Collections, University of Virginia Library, Charlottesville, Va.

Acquisition Information

This collection was given to the Library by Mary L. Dierdorff through Jeanne Hammer, Library Development Office, University of Virginia, on June 26, 1997.


Biographical/Historical Information

Douglas Huntly Gordon (1902- ), lawyer and financier, of Charlecote House, Baltimore, Maryland, received his law degree from Harvard University in 1928 and was admitted to the Maryland bar in 1929. He was assistant United States district attorney for Maryland from 1934-1939. He was president of St. John's College, Annapolis, Maryland, 1931-1934; and, president of the Municipal Arts Society, Baltimore, Maryland, 1935-1970. Memberships included the American Bar Association, Decorated Legion of Honor, and Palmes Academiques in France. He was the author of legal and historical articles. Gordon was a collector of books, especially those of the French Renaissance, and of drawings, especially those of eighteenth and nineteenth century France. He married Winifred Macmillan Claude on June 2, 1934.

Scope and Content Information

The additional papers of Douglas H. Gordon consist of correspondence, papers, financial papers, photographs, and printed material pertaining to European travel. There are travel itineraries, 1946-1985; agendas for International Law Conferences, business correspondence and records; records and receipts for purchases of art and literature; also literary reviews, newsclippings, sheets from sales catalogues, museum catalogues, cards, and art prints. Also included are three manuscript binders of catalogues of the early and late French Books of the Charlecote House Library, vol. 1-3, and 16 photographs of Mr. and Mrs. Douglas H. Gordon, ca. 1934-1980. There is also personal correspondence from Winifred M. Gordon and other family members and letters pertaining to routine legal matters among the papers. Contained throughout are lists of names and addresses in Europe, particularly London, England; Paris, France; and Brussels, Belgium.

Organization

Material was removed from folders with brackets and then placed in folders in the same order as removed. Each set of papers for a specific year is chiefly filed in reverse chronological order.

Contents List

European Travel 1937 (1945-1947)
Cubic: 1
Physical Location: Box A12-22D
2 folders

[Letters of introduction from James Gustavus Whiteley (1866- ), H[erbert]C. de Roth, and J. H. Threadgill; photographs of La Breteche, Seine et Oise, France, crowd with King George VI (d.1952) in center at Canterbury, and [Canterbury] tower; correspondence about Gordon's article, "A Canterbury Pilgrimage"; R[obert]P[reston]Harriss (1902-1989), editor, Gardens, Houses and People; H[enry]I[rving]Brock (1876-1961), The New York Times; William de Krafft, Union League Club, New York; M[arland]Hamilton Whitman, editor, The Sun; Frits Lugt (1884-1970), Paris; Melville B[ell]Grosvenor (1901-1982), National Geographic Magazine; Marion [Ainsworth White?], Long Island; TMs, "A Canterbury Pilgrimage"; Harry A. Bull, editor, Town and Country; Madame Mary Toussaint, St. Cloud, France; Guy Lavaud (d. 1977), Poissy, France; Diana Mary Reynolds, Paris; Jean Barbey, Paris]

European Travel 1947
Cubic: 1
Physical Location: Box A12-22D
2 folders

[Frits Lugt, Paris; Cottman Company; letters of introduction for French girl, Alice Doumic, and with Doumic; Albert Sergysels, Brussels; passport photos of Douglas H. Gordon; Paul J[oseph]Sachs (1878-1965), Harvard University, Cambridge, Massachusetts; Perrin C. Galpin (1889-1973), Belgian American Foundation, Inc., New York; E[arle]D[odds]Stevenson (1885-1956), The National Trust for Scotland, Edinburgh; Diana Mary Reynolds, Aldershot, England and snapshot (ca. 1947 August); Arthur Rau, Yorkshire and Union Society, Oxford; Winifred M. Gordon, Marlow Bucks, England and France; wedding invitation for Diana Mary Reynolds and H. Errington Brewis (1947 August); Georges Marin (1906- ), Brown's Hotel, London; Dorothy [Eugenia] Miner (1904-1973), Walters Art Gallery, Baltimore]

European Travel 1947-1949
Cubic: 1
Physical Location: Box A12-22D
3 folders

[London dealers--P. & D. Colnaghi and Company, Ltd., Crichton Brothers; International Bar Association Conference at the Hague; Diane Mary Reynolds Brewis, Westcliff on Lea, England; Pierre Beres (1913- ), Paris; Lucien Scheler (1902- ), Paris; Lucien [Camille] Goldschmidt (1912-1992), Pierre Beres, Inc. Paris; Harry Goldgar (1920- ), Paris; Henry Falkenstein, New York; Frits Lugt, Paris; Edouard Tyberghein, Paris; A[rthur]E[wart]Popham (1889-1970), The British Museum, London; James Byam Shaw (1903- ), London; Lloyd A[rnold]Brown (1907-1966), Peabody Institute Library, Baltimore; program for the French Theatre National De L'Opera; letter of introduction from H[enry]R[ussell]H[itchcock](1903-1987), Middletown, Connecticut; George H[yde]Fallon (1902-1980), United States House of Representatives, re tax treaty between France and United States; program for Netherlands Institute for History of Art summer course]

European Travel 1948-1950
Cubic: 1
Physical Location: Box A12-22D
2 folders

[London dealers--Bernard Quaritch Ltd., Craddock and Barnard, P. & D. Colnaghi and Company, Ltd.; Paris dealers--Arthur Rau, Maurice Gobin; Jacob Hirsch (1874-1955), New York; Sir Leigh Ashton (1897-1983, London; Lucien Scheler, Librairie Thomas-Scheler, Paris; John [Waynflete] Carter (1905-1975), Charles Scribner's Sons; James Byam Shaw, London; Osbert Lancaster (1908-1986), London; Ana Ricarda (1925- ), Brown's Hotel, London, re her ballet being put on by Grand Ballet de Monte Carlo; Jean Barbey, Paris; George Kent Bellows; Baltimore; Diana Reynolds Brewis, British Troops Austria; George Maurice Morris (1889-1954), Morris, KixMiller and Baar, Washington, D. C.; pamphlet, Netherlands Law Digest, by Dr. E. H. von Baumhauer; program for "Comedie Francaise"; French brochures]

European Travel 1949-1951
Cubic: 1
Physical Location: Box A12-22D
3 folders

[London dealers--Maggs Bros., Ltd., P. & D. Colnaghi and Company, Ltd., Bernard Quaritch, Ltd.; Paris dealers - Arthur Rau, Fabius Freres; Pendleton Beckley, Paris; Jean Barbey, Paris; George H[yde]Fallon, United States House of Representatives; Elbridge Durbrow (1903- ), Department of State; John [Grey] Murray (1908-1993), London; Thomas D'Alesandro, Jr. (1903-1987), Mayor, Baltimore; Diana Mary Reynolds Brewis, British Troops Austria; Harold J[ohn]Gallagher (1894-1981), American Bar Association; passport photos of Douglas H. Gordon; Frank B[enedict]Ober, Ober, Williams, Grimes and Stinson, Baltimore; Henry F[ranklin] Butler (1896-1964), International Bar Association; International Bar Association; "Third International Conference of the Legal Profession, London, July, 1950"; Henry S. Miller (1901- ), Mead, Miller and Company, Baltimore]

European Travel 1951
Cubic: 1
Physical Location: Box A12-22D

[Paris dealers--Maggs Brothers, Ltd., Arthur Rau; TMs, "Paris in Springtime"; program for "Les Heures Glorieuses de Paris"; Douglas McKay (1893-1959), Governor, Salem, Oregon; Jean Barbey, Paris; Norman C[ecil]Melvin (1916- ), Cook Ruzicka, Veazey and Grans, Baltimore, with draft of brief]

European Travel 1952
Cubic: 1
Physical Location: Box A12-22D

[London dealers--Bernard Quaritch, Ltd., Crichton Brothers, Maggs Brothers, Ltd., P. & D. Colnaghi and Company, Ltd.; Diana Mary Reynolds Brewis, Newmarket, Suffolk, England; David [Kirkpatrick Este] Bruce (1898-1977), Under Secretary of State; John G. Forrest (1898-1982), financial-business editor, The New York Times; Frits Lugt, The Hague; Walter Muir Whitehill (1905-1978), Library of the Boston Athenaeum; Jean Barbey, Paris]

European Travel 1953-1954
Cubic: 1
Physical Location: Box A12-22D
2 folders

[London dealers--P. & D. Colnaghi and Company, Ltd., Bernard Quaritch, Ltd., H. M. Calmann, Maggs Brothers, Ltd., Frederick B. Daniell and Son; Paris dealers--Jean Cailleux, Georges Heilbrun, Pierre Beres; Edward C[ronin]Lowe (1880-1958), Birmingham, England; Paul Cailleux, Paris; Philip Hofer (1898-1984), Harvard College Library, Cambridge, Massachusetts; Jean Barbey, Paris; David [Kirkpatrick Este] Bruce, United States Foreign Service, American Embassy, Paris; S[tephen]Bonsal White, Jr. (1922- ), Alex. Brown and Sons, Baltimore; letter of introduction from Mary Woodall (1901-1988), Oxford and Cambridge University Club, London; Geoffrey [Cecil Ryves] Eley (1904-1990), The British Drug Houses Ltd., London and East Bergholt Place, Suffolk, England; Arthur Rau, Yale Club, New York]

European Travel 1953-1955
Cubic: 2
Physical Location: Box A12-22E
3 folders

[London dealers--P. & D. Colnaghi & Company, Ltd., Davies & Son Ltd., Bernard Quaritch Ltd., Crichton Brothers, Craddock & Barnard, B. T. Batsford Ltd., Myers & Company, Ltd., Elkin Mathews Ltd., W. R. Jeudwine; Paris dealers--Marc Loliee, Cailleux, Arthur Rau, Maggs Brothers; Mary Woodall, City Museum and Art Gallery, Birmingham, England; The Monaco Conference 1954; Jean Barbey, Paris; Diane Mary Reynolds Brewis; Anthony [Robert Alwyn] Hobson (1921- ), The Gladstone, New York; Reginald T. Townsend (1890-1977), French Institute and American Committee for Liberation from Bolshevism, New York; Hilda Johnstone (1882- ); Surrey, England; Charles E[li] Slatkin (1907-1977), New York; Sir Gerald Kelly (1879-1972), London re famous artists such as Raphael, Ary Scheffer, and Bougereau, working on his great winter exhibition, and J. R. Hale's book England and the Italian Renaissance; Osbert H[oward]Barnard (1903- ), London; Frances Kimmerle [Trees] (1916- ), Medallic Art Company, New York; Lady Judith Bateson, London; Percy Muir [Percival Horace Muir] (1894-1981), London; Karl D. Ackerman (1927- ), United States Mission to the North Atlantic Treaty Organization (USRO), Paris; report numbers one through twenty-two, June - September 1954 (daily log); Edith Calvert Peirce, Ladybird Forest,Edgewood, Maryland; Norman L[ewis]Torrey (1894-1980), Columbia University, New York; Ellen [Brashears] Watson Eager (1925- ), Watertown, New York]

European Travel 1954-1956
Cubic: 2
Physical Location: Box A12-22E
2 folders

[London dealers--Charles W. Traylen, Guildford, P. & D. Colnaghi & Company, Ltd., Bernard Quaritch, Ltd.; Paris dealers - Xavier Piere, Librairie Lardanchet, Cailleux, Arthur Rau, Maggs Brothers, Les Librairies Flammarion, Etienne Rossignol, Marc Loliee; Hans Speidel (1897-1984), German Embassy, Washington, D. C.; Balzac Bulletin1955; William H[obart]Royce (1878- ), "Les Jardies," Brooklyn; Jean Barbey, Paris; Arthur A[mory]Houghton, Jr. (1906-1990), New York; Yves Metman (1913- ), Societe des amis des Archives de France, Paris; Diana Mary Reynolds Brewis, Copenhagen, Denmark and Luneburg, North Germany; M[ilton]Chaikin (1915- ), Vaud, Switzerland; Louis C. Celestin, Alliance Francaise de Pittsburgh; report numbers one through seventeen 1955; Charles G. Proffitt (1896-1982), The Century Association; Lewis M. Lucas (1904- ), Stella Lucas Company, Hamilton, Ontario; [William] Vincent Astor (1891-1959), Newsweek Building, New York; W. L. Semcesen, Oslo, Norway; Mary Woodall, City Museum and Art Gallery, Birmingham, England; Anthony [Robert Alwyn] Hobston, Regent's Park, London; Frits Lugt, Paris; newspaper clipping photograph of Douglas Huntly and Winifred Macmillan Claude Gordon, Lelia Gordon, and Mr. and Mrs. John W. Avirett; L'Art du Livre aux Etats Unis au XXe Siecle, Paris 1945 memorabilia; Charles G. Proffitt, The Century Association, New York]

European Travel 1955-1957
Cubic: 2
Physical Location: Box A12-22E
2 folders

[London dealers--Leggatt Brothers, P. & D. Colnaghi and Company Ltd., Bernard Quaritch Ltd., James Oakes, Davies & Son, G. Jetley, Crichton Brothers; Paris dealers--Arthur Rau, Marc Loliee, Georges Heilbrun, Cailleux; Diana Mary Reynolds Brewis, British Forces Post Office, near Dusseldorf, Germany, Dubrovnik, Yugoslavia and Luneburg, Germany; James Byam Shaw, London; H[ugh]F[rank]J[ohn]Leggatt (1925- ), London; Maryland History NotesNovember 1956 and articles re Benjamin Henry Latrobe (1764-1820); K[arl] T[heodore] Parker (1895-1992), The Ashmolean Museum, Oxford; Thomas [Sherrer Ross] Boase (1898-1974), Magdalen College, Oxford University; John [Waynflete] Carter; "Summary of France's Position on the Suez Issue...," October 10, 1956; David [Milton Kendall] McKibbin (1906-1978), Library of the Boston Athenaeum; report numbers one through twenty-seven, June - August 1956; Ian Forbes Fraser (1907- ), The American Library in Paris; Jacques Guignard (1912- ), Bibliotheque Nationale, Paris; Mary Woodall, City Museum and Art Gallery, Birmingham, England; Kenneth Holland (1907-1977), Institute of International Education, New York; [Arthur] Clive [Howard] Bell (1881-1964), Charleston, Firle, Sussex re his book Old Friends: Personal Recollectionsand Desmond Shawe-Taylor (1907- ); letters re residency training programs and post-graduate medical instruction from Gerard Roux-Dessarps, Paris, Edward L[ewis]Turner (1900-1960), American Medical Association, Chicago, Illinois, Francis Scott Smyth (1895-1972), University of California Medical Center, San Francisco, and, John E[arle]Bordley (1902-1993), Johns Hopkins Hospital, Baltimore; W[illiam]G[eorge]Constable (1887-1976), Curator of Paintings, Museum of Fine Arts; Charles G. Proffitt, The Century Association, New York; Sir Gerald Kelly, Portman Square, London re success on television and as a portrait writer since retirement as president of the Royal Academy; William Dwight Whitney (1899-1973), Highgate Village, London; Gerald J. McMahon (1907-1984), International Bar Association, New York; The Athenaeum, Pall Mall, London; John [Newenham] Summerson (1904-1992), Sir John Soane's Museum, London--letter of introduction for Douglas Huntly Gordon]

European Travel 1957-1958
Cubic: 2
Physical Location: Box A12-22E
2 folders

[London dealers--Bernard Quaritch, Ltd., P. & D. Colnaghi & Company, Ltd., Leggatt Brothers, Davies & Son, Christy's of Kent, Ltd; Paris dealers--Etienne Rossignol, Cailleux, Arthur Rau, Marc Loliee; Jacques Guignard, Bibliotheque Nationale, Paris; Jan A. J. M. van Zuylen, Dordrecht, Holland; H[ugh]F[rank]J[ohn]Leggatt, London; Edward Croft-Murray (1907-1980), British Museum, London; A[nthony]R[obert]A[lwyn]Hobson, Sotheby and Company, London; Marc Chadourne (1895-1975), Connecticut College, New London; [Richard] Brinsley Ford (1908- ), Bryanston Square, London re works in progress; Jean Barbey, Paris; Zeiss Ikon AG, Stuttgart, Germany; Arthur A[mory]Houghton, Jr., New York; Hans Speidel, Chateau, Ailes des Princes, Fontainebleau, France; Mrs. Alexander [Elizabeth Clarke] Gordon, Huntly, Virginia re owning furniture designed by Stanford White (1853-1906) and buying it in 1900 a few years prior to his being killed by Harry K. Thaw; William C[attell]Trimble (1907-1996), Foreign Service of the United States of America, American Embassy, Bonn/Bad Godesberg, Germany; Adelaide L. Pohlman and Anne F. Buse, Charlecote House, Baltimore re household business]

European Travel 1957-1959
Cubic: 2
Physical Location: Box A12-22E

[London dealers--Bernard Quaritch, Ltd.; Paris dealers--Marc Loliee, Arthur Rau; Robert G[raff] Merrick (1895- ), Munsey Building, Baltimore; Nicholas Rauch S. A., Geneva, Switzerland; Lucien Scheler, Librairie Thomas-Scheler, Paris; Jean Barbey, Paris; A[nthony]R[obert]A[lwyn]Hobson, London; Mrs. William Beach [Margaret] Olmsted, The American Library in Paris; Jacques Guignard, Bibliotheque Nationale, Paris; Charles G. Proffitt, The Century Association, New York; Adelaide L. Pohlman, Charlecote House, Baltimore re household business; resume of Douglas Huntly Gordon; Gerald J. McMahon, International Bar Association, New York; Marc Chadourne, Pepperbox Hill, Waterford, Connecticut; Alliance Francaise, Paris; Percy Muir [Percival Horace Muir], Elkin Mathews Ltd., Herts, England; John [Edward Austin] Jolliffe (1891-1964), British Museum, London]

European Travel 1958-1960
Cubic: 2
Physical Location: Box A12-22E
2 folders

[London dealers--Bernard Quaritch, Ltd., P. & D. Colnaghi and Company, Ltd., Davies & Son Ltd., Arnold Wiggins and Sons, Ltd., Martin Breslauer, Thomas Agnew and Sons, Ltd., Charles J. Sawyer Ltd., Leggatt Brothers, Craddock & Barnard, H. Blairman & Sons Ltd.; Paris dealers--Fabius Freres, Cailleux, Arthur Rau, Marc Loliee, Georges Heilbrun; Jan A. J. M.van Zuylen, Dordrecht, Holland; W[illiam]G[eorge]Constable, Cambridge, Massachusetts; Louis Evrard, Editions du Rocher, Monaco; Stephen VanCortlandt Morris (1909-1984), Centre Culturel Americain, United States Information Service, Paris; Osbert [Howard] Barnhart (1903- ), London; Jozef Snoeck, Gent, Belgium; Paula Roth, Achern, Baden, Republic of West Germany; Julien Cain (1887-1974), Bibliotheque Nationale, Paris; [Dowrish] Evelyn [Louis] Joll (1925- ), London; H[ugh]F[rank]J[ohn]Leggatt, London; Bertram Newbury (1913- ), The Parker Gallery, London; John Snoeck, Berlin; R[oland]G[eorge]Hollins-Smith (1910- ), The Parker Gallery, London; Adelaide L. Pohlman, Anne F. Buse and Margaret Young, Charlecote House re household business; Gerard Roux-Dessarps, Paris; Ira J[ared]Porter (1896- ), The Louisville Trust Company, Louisville, Kentucky; Diana Mary Reynolds Brewis, England; Jean Barbey, Paris; James Byam- Shaw, London; Alliance Francaise, Paris; John Hayward (1905-1965), The Book Collector, London; Paula Roth, Achern, Baden, Republic of West Germany; typescript, "The Orchards Maintains the Best Tradition of its Past" and "Recollections of the Orchards"; John Marshall Butler (1897-1978), United States Senate]

European Travel 1959-1961
Cubic: 2
Physical Location: Box A12-22E
2 folders

[London dealers--P. & D. Colnaghi and Company Ltd., Craddock & Barnard; Bernard Quaritch Ltd., Leggatt Brothers; Paris dealers--Bensimon, Marc Loliee, Arthur Rau; Frits Lugt, Paris; Jacques Guignard, Paris; Philippe Beguin, Geneva, Switzerland; Nicholas Rauch S. A., Geneva, Switzerland; J[ames]Rives Childs (1893-1987), Nice, Italy re Casanova Gleanings, The Secret of Casanovaand love of Virginia; Herman Liebaers, Bibliotheque Royale de Belgique, Brussels, Belgium; newspaper photograph of Douglas Huntly and Winifred Macmillan Claude Gordon; Anne F. Buse, Margaret Young and Adelaide L. Pohlman, Charlecote House re household business; Hugh F[rank]J[ohn]Leggatt, London; Lucien Scheler, Librairie Thomas-Scheler, Paris; Maurice Zuber, Paris; Jean Barbey, Paris; The Athenaeum, Pall Mall, London; Cecil B[urton]Lyon (1903-1993), The Foreign Service of the United States of America, American Embassy, Paris re Madame Jacques Santu and aid for a group of Alsatian medical students, France and the Algerian problem, and General de Gaulle; Gerald J. McMahon, International Bar Association, New York]

European Travel 1961-1967
Cubic: 2
Physical Location: Box A12-22E
3 folders

[London dealers--P. & D. Colnaghi and Company Ltd., Bernard Quaritch Ltd., Martin Breslauer, Craddock & Barnard, Maggs Brothers Ltd., B. T. Batsford Ltd., Davies & Son; Paris dealers--Arthur Rau, Etienne Rossignol, Saintyves, Marc Loliee; letters from Joseph D[avies]Tydings (1928- ), United States Senate, Daniel B[augh]Brewster (1923- ), United States Senate, [Edward] True Davis (1919- ), Treasury Department, J. Ross Prevost, and Bureau of Customs, Treasury Department re a customs controversy, assessment of duty, Treasury Department involvement concerning the transporting of Venetian glass; Gino Cenedese (1907-1973), Murano, Venice, Italy; Lucien Scheler, Librairie Thomas-Scheler, Paris; wedding invitation for Dominique Zuber and Jean Louis de Gourcuff; Herman Liebaers, Bibliotheque Royale de Belgique, Brussels, Belgium; Nicholas Rauch S. A., Geneva, Switzerland; P[ierre]B[ordeaux-]Groult (1916- ), Paris; Max [Andre] Terrier (1902- ), Musee National de la Cooperation Franco-Americaine; [George Hugh] Marquess of Cholmondeley (1919- ), Kensington Palace Gardens, London re Douglas Huntly Gordon visit to Houghton; Tarleton Winchester (1896-1967), United States Lines, London; Auguste Lambiotte, Brussels, Belgium; Mary Woodall, City Museum and Art Gallery, Birmingham, England; Diana Mary Reynolds Brewis, Monchengadbach, Republic of West Germany; John T. Hayes, The London Museum, Kensington Palace, London; David [Kirkpatrick Este] Bruce, Embassy of the United States of America, London; Julien Cain, Bibliotheque Nationale, Paris; Anthony [Robert Alwyn] Hobson, London; Maurice Zuber, Paris; Jean Barbey, Paris; Jacques Guignard, Bibliotheque Nationale, Paris; [Robert] Wyndham Ketton-Cremer (1906-1969), Felbrigg Hall, Norwich, England; John Hayward (1905-1965), Cheyne Walk, London; Laurence M[anuel]Lombard (1895- ), Hemenway & Barnes, Boston, Massachusetts; Jan A.J.M. van Zuylen, Dordrecht, Holland; Adelaide L. Pohlman and Anne F. Buse, Charlecote House re household business]

European Travel 1962-1963
Cubic: 3
Physical Location: Box A12-22F
2 folders

[London dealers--P. & D. Colnaghi and Company Ltd., Lucien [Camille] Goldschmidt (1912-1992), Craddock & Barnard, Turnbull & Asser Ltd., Bernard Quaritch Ltd., Martin Breslauer, Maggs Brothers Ltd.; Paris dealers--Jean-Jacques Pauvert, Georges Heilbrun, Arthur Rau, Etienne Rossignol, Marc Loliee; John [Waynflete] Carter, Chelsea, London; The National Trust; The Travellers Club list of members; French brochures; International Bar Association; Gino Cenedese, Murano, Venice, Italy; Nicholas Rauch S. A., Geneva, Switzerland; John Grant Booksellers Ltd., Edinburgh; Osbert H[oward]Barnard, London; Brian Rawson, The Folio Society Limited, London; D[avid]M[cBeth]Sutherland (1883-1973), Taylor Institution, University of Oxford; John G. Matthews, Ocean City, Maryland; Courtenay E. Shaw (1915- ), Gloucestershire; David [Kirkpatrick Este] Bruce, Embassy of the United States of America, London; Thomas [Sherrer Ross] Boase, Magdalen College, Oxford University; Laurence Ewald (1907- ), Baltimore, Maryland; Albert Pages, Seine, France; Herman Liebaers, Bibliotheque Royale de Belgique, Brussels, Belgium; J[ames]Rives Childs; Jan A. J. M. van Zuylen, Dordrecht, Holland; Geoffrey [Edgar] Gorer (1905-1985), Sussex, England; John J[oseph] Slocum (1905- ), American Embassy, Cairo, Egypt]

European Travel 1962-1963
Cubic: 3
Physical Location: Box A12-22F

[Paris dealers--Marc Loliee, Georges Heilbrun, Saintyves, Arthur Rau; Jan A.J.M. van Zuylen, Dordrecht, Holland re European reaction to John F. Kennedy's assasination; Leonce [Sylvain] Peillard (1898- ), Livres de France, Paris; William A[lexander]Jackson (1905-1964), Library of Harvard University, Cambridge, Massachusetts; Gordon W[illis]Jones (1915- ), Falmouth, Virginia; Barbara D. Sizer re routine legal matters; Robert G[raff]Merrick (1895- ), Baltimore, Maryland; Gordon N[orton] Ray (1915-1986), John Simon Guggenheim Memorial Foundation, New York]

European Travel 1963-1964
Cubic: 23
Physical Location: Box A12-22F

[London dealers--Mallet at Bourdon House Limited, London; Paris dealers--Marc Loliee, Etienne Rossignol; Francis Aubert (1929- ), New York; Barbara D. Sizer re routine legal matters; Martin Eidelberg, New Brunswick, New Jersey; Julien Cain, Association Internationale de Bibliophile, Paris; Fred [Gentry] Frick (1932- ), Central, Y.M.C.A., Norfolk; Claude Tchou (1923- ), Tchou, Editeur, Paris; Auguste Lambiotte, Brussels, Belgium]

European Travel 1965-1966
Cubic: 3
Physical Location: Box A12-22F
2 folders

[London dealers--P. & D. Colnaghi and Company Ltd., Martin Breslauer, Craddock & Barnard, Frederick B. Daniell & Son, Leggatt Brothers, H. Blairman & Sons, Mallet at Bourdon House Limited, London; Paris dealers--Cailliux, Marc Loliee, Georges Heilbrun, Pierre Beres; J[ames]Rives Childs, Randolph-Macon College, Ashland; Jean-Francoise Ceresole, Geneva, Switzerland; Sir Robert Abdy (1896- ) and Lady Jane Abdy, Ferrers, Piccadilly Arcade, London; George J[oseph]Levy (1927- ), London; Jacques Guignard, Bibliotheque de L'Arsenal, Paris; Herman Liebaers, Kononklicke Bibliotheek van Belgie, Brussels, Belgium; Edward H[owell]Sims (1923- ), American Consul, Consulate General of the United States of America, Munich, Germany; John [Waynflete] Carter, Sotheby of London, New York; Auguste Lambiotte, Brussels, Belgium; Barbara D. Sizer re routine legal matters; medical reports for Douglas Huntly Gordon; Jan A.J.M. van Zuylen, Dordrecht, Holland; Diana Mary Reynolds Brewis, Surrey, England; international driving permit for Gordon; international certificates of vaccination for Gordon]

European Travel 1966-1967
Cubic: 3
Physical Location: Box A12-22F
2 folders

[London dealers--P. & D. Colnaghi and Company Ltd., Charles J. Sawyer Booksellers, David Peel & Company Ltd., Bernard Quaritch Ltd., Craddock & Barnard, Frederick B. Daniell & Son, H. D. Lyon Antiquarian Bookseller; Paris dealers--Lecomte-Ullmann, Cailleux, Etienne Rossignol, Marc Loliee; Sir David Piper (1918-1990), National Portrait Gallery, London; D[avid]M[cBeth]Sutherland, Taylor Institution, University of Oxford; list of monies owed to European dealers; Hannah J[ohnson]Howell (1905-1988), Frick Art Reference Library, New York; Elizabeth Clare, New York; Edward Ligon Castleton, Baltimore; Blackwell's, Oxford; Peter Bell, The Hall, Thirsk, Yorkshire; C. Hugh Hildesley, Park-Bernet Galleries, Inc., New York; Lucien Scheler, Librairie Thomas-Scheler, Paris; Jean Francoise Ceresole, Geneva, Switzerland; M. Knoedler & Company Inc., New York; Mildred Steinbach (1906- ), Frick Art Reference Library, New York; Laurence Ewald; N[ikolaus (Bernhard Leon)]Pevsner (1902-1983), Birkbeck College, University of London; Frederic A[ndrews] Gibbs (1903-1992), Chicago, Illinois; Arthur Rau, Yorkshire; Barbara D. Sizer re routine legal matters; Robert [Lewis Wright] Collison (1914-1989), The British Broadcasting Corporation, London; Claude Tchou, Paris]

European Travel 1967-1968
Cubic: 3
Physical Location: Box A12-22F

[London dealers--H. W. Keil Ltd., Lucien Goldschmidt, P. & D. Colnaghi and Company Ltd., Craddock & Barnard; Paris dealers--Lecomte-Ullmann, Marc Loliee, Georges Heilbrun; A[lfred]L[eslie]Rowse (1903-), All Souls College, Oxford; Bodleian Library, Oxford; Robert [Andre Edouard] Baldick (1927-1972), Pembroke College, Oxford; Gino Cenedese, Murano, Venice, Italy; Arthur Rau, Yorkshire; Sir Robert Abdy and Lady Jane Abdy, Ferrers, Piccadilly Arcade, London; Yvon [Charles] Bizardel (1891- ), Paris; Leslie Cheek, Jr. (1908-1992), Virginia Museum of Fine Arts, Richmond; Jacques Guignard, Bibliotheque Nationale, Paris; J[ames]Rives Childs, Randolph-Macon College, Ashland]

European Travel 1968-1969
Cubic: 3
Physical Location: Box A12-22F
2 folders

[London dealers--P. & D. Colnaghi and Company Ltd., H. W. Keil Ltd., Gander & White Ltd., Martin Breslauer, Bernard Quaritch Ltd., David Peel & Company Ltd., Frederic B. Daniell & Son; Paris dealers--Marc Loliee, Georges Heilbru; Christina Behm Nunes re routine legal matters; International Bar Association 1968 Conference; Jacques Guignard, Bibliotheque de L'Arsenal, Paris; [Thomas] Humphrey Brooke (1914-1988), London; R[ichard]A[nthony]Sayce, Worchester College, Oxford; William P[atrick]Fay (1909-1969), Ambassador of Ireland, Embassy of Ireland, Washington, D. C.; Lady Rosalie [Glynn Grylls] Mander (1905- ), Wightwick Manor, Wolverhampton, England; Sir Gyles Isham (1903-1976), Lamport Hall, Northampton, England; Diane Mary Reynolds Brewis, Surrey, England; Ian Lowe (1935- ), Ashmolean Museum, Oxford; Robert [Andre Edouard] Baldick, Pembroke College, Oxford; Boyd Alexander (1913-1980), Prospect House, Upton, Didcot, Berks, England; Lady Jane Abdy, London; Sidney C[harles]Hutchison (1912- ), Royal Academy of Arts, Piccadilly, London; brochures on Dublin, Ireland; Lucien Scheler, Librairie Thomas-Scheler, Paris; A[lfred]L[eslie]Rowse (1903- ), San Marino, California; Gino Cenedese, Murano, Venice, Italy; Arthur Rau, Yorkshire; C. Kingsley Adams, London; Robert Shackleton (1919-1986), Bodleian Library, Oxford; Desmond [Walter] Guinness (1931- ), Leixlip Castle, County Kildaire, Eire]

European Travel 1969-1970
Cubic: 3
Physical Location: Box A12-22F
2 folders

[London dealers--Martin Breslauer, P. & D. Colnaghi and Company Ltd., H. Blairman & Sons, J. H. Bourdon-Smith Ltd. Antique Silver; Bernard Quaritch Ltd.,; Paris dealers--Georges Heilbrun, Etienne Rossignol, Marc Loliee; Lady Rosalie [Glynn Grylls] Mander, Wightwick Manor, Wolverhampton, England; Jean Barbey, Paris; Christina Behm Nunes re routine legal matters; pamphlet, Corneille; list of passengers for the R.M.S. Queen Elizabeth II; [Thomas] Humphrey Brooke (1914- 1988), Lime Kiln, Claydon, Suffolk, England; Sir Roy [Colin] Strong (1935- ), National Portrait Gallery, London; C. Kingsley Adams, London; Boyd Alexander, Prospect House, Upton, Didcot, Berks, England; Arthur Rau, Yorkshire, England; Jacques Guignard, Bibliotheque de L'Arsenal, Paris; Yvon [Charles] Bizardel, Paris; George J[oseph]Levy, London; Philip Kolb (1907-1992), University of Illinois, Urbana; typescripts re St. Francis of Assisi]

European Travel 1969-1972
Cubic: 4
Physical Location: Box A12-22G
2 folders

[London dealers--Bernard Quaritch Ltd., Winifred A. Myers (Autographs) Ltd., P. & D. Colnaghi and Company Ltd., Maggs Brothers Ltd., H. Blairman & Sons; Paris dealers--Marc Loliee, Etienne Rossignol; Philip Kolb, University of Illinois, Urbana; Denys [Miller] Sutton (1917-1991), Apollo, London; J[ohn]William Middendorf (1924- ), Embassy of the United States of America, The Hague, Holland; Janet Lamberti, Charlecote House re household business; Sir Esmond [Otho] Durlacher (1901-1982), Grosvenor Square, London; William Nichols, The American Library in Paris; Jan A.J.M. van Zuylen, Dordrecht, Holland; letter from Barbados Hill, Devon, Pennsyvania re "Roddy" [Rodney Gerald] Searight (1909- ); George J[oseph]Levy; C. Kinsgley Adams, London; Arthur Rau, Yorkshire, England]

European Travel 1970-1971
Cubic: 4
Physical Location: Box A12-22G
2 folders

[London dealers--P. & D. Colnaghi and Company Ltd.,Winifred A. Meyers (Autographs) Ltd., John Baskett Ltd., David Peel & Company Ltd.; Paris dealers--Etienne Rossignol, Marc Loliee; Lucien Scheler, Librairie Thomas-Scheler, Paris; Lorenzo Rubelli & Figlio, Venezia, Italy; Georges Dethan (1923- ), Paris; Harvey White, Reading, Berkshire, England; John Baskett (1930- ), London; Boyd Alexander, Prospect House, Upton, Didcot, Berkshire, England; Julien Cain, Musee Jacquemart-Andre, Paris; Cyril Humphris, London; Davies & Son, London; Arthur Rau, Yorkshire, England; Roger Devauchelle, Paris; B[ ] Montgolfier, Bellevue, France; Janet Lamberti, Charlecote House re household business; Jan A.J.M. van Zuylen, Dordrecht, Holland; C. Kingsley Adams, London; Henry Ringling North (1909-1993), Rome, Italy; offprint, Studies on Voltaire and the Eighteenth Centuryby Colin Duckworth; Greek memorabilia; brochures and printed on Swans Hellenic Cruises including ship passes]

European Travel 1972-1973
Cubic: 4
Physical Location: Box A12-22G
3 folders

[London dealers--Bernard Quaritch Ltd., John Baskett Ltd., P. & D. Colnaghi and Company Ltd., Craddock & Barnard, Winifred A. Myers (Autographs) Ltd., Marlborough Rare Books Ltd.; Paris dealers--Marc Loliee, Etienne Rossignol, Galignani; Nicholas J. Barker, The Book Collector, London; Robin Hutchison, Scottish National Portrait Gallery, Edinburgh; John Kerslake, National Portrait Gallery, London; R[ichard]A[nthony]Sayce, Worchester College, London; Kate Rau, Ripon, Yorkshire, England re death of Arthur Rau; Gino Cenedese, Murano, Venice, Italy; Sir Gyles Isham, The Old Rectory, Lamport, Northampton, England; A[lfred]L[eslie]Rowse, All Souls College, Oxford; Jacques Poyer (1936- ), Secretaire General du Guard, Nimes, France; Janet Lamberti, Charlecote House re household business; Ian Lowe, Department of Western Art, Ashmolean Museum, Oxford; Philip Kolb, University of Illinois, Urbana; Jan A. J. M.van Zuylen, Dordrecht, Netherlands; Arthur Rau, Yorkshire, England; Lady Rosalie [Glynn Grylls] Mander, Wightwick Manor, Wolverhampton, England; Alice Dodge, English Watercolors and Drawings, London; Roger Devauchelle, Paris with brochure on his exhibition; program, Creations a la Comedie Francaise; Lorenzo Rubelli and Figlio, Venezia, Italy; Douglas G[ordon]Carroll (1915- ), Baltimore, Maryland]

European Travel 1957-1976
Cubic: 4
Physical Location: Box A12-22G
2 folders

[London dealers--Bernard Quaritch Ltd., Winifred A. Myers (Autographs) Ltd.; Paris dealers--Librairie Lardanchet; Janet Lamberti, Charlecote House re household business; dividends statements; John W[illiam]Jolliffe (1929- ), Bodleian Library, Oxford; Orest A[llen]Ranum (1933- ), Aveyron, France; Charles L[ouis]Marburg (1906- ), The English-Speaking Union, New York; Jan A.J.M. van Zuylen, Dordrecht, Netherlands; Colin [Ellis] Franklin (1923- ), Culham, Oxford; Musee National du Chateau de Blerancourt]

European Travel 1973-1975
Cubic: 4
Physical Location: Box A12-22G
2 folders

[London dealers--Bernard Quaritch Ltd., P. & D. Colnaghi and Company Ltd., Martin Breslauer, Craddock & Barnard; Paris dealers--Georges Heilbrun, Marc Loliee, Etienne Rossignol; Nicolas J[ohn]Barker (1932- ), The Book Collector, London; death of Julien Cain; Harvey and Diana White, London; W[illiam]H[enry]Bond (1915- ), The Houghton Library, Harvard University, Cambridge, Massachusetts; Yvon [Charles] Bizardel, Marne, France; William Salloch (1906- ), Rare Books, Ossining, New York; Christina Thoresby, Venice, Italy; Grace Cahlander, Charlecote House re household business; Ian Lowe, Ashmolean Museum, Oxford; William Porter, School of Music, Northwestern University, Evanston, Illinois; R[ichard] A[nthony] Sayce, Worcester College, Oxford; Geoffrey Cradock-Watson, Gloucestershire, England; Kate Rau, Yorkshire, England; Lilian [Maria Charlotte] Randall (1931- ), The Walters Art Gallery, Baltimore, Maryland; Jacques Guignard, Bibliotheque de L'Arsenal, Paris; Lawrence Weston Krieger, New York re marriage of Carlo Von Roth and Maria Koschir; Jan A. J. M. van Zuylen, Dordrecht, Netherlands; M[ichael]A[ndrew]Screech (1926- ), Department of French and Language and Literature, University College, London; Giles [Gaudard] Barber (1930- ), Oxford University, brochures re France; Orest [Allen] Ranum, Aveyron, France]

European Travel 1974-1976
Cubic: 4
Physical Location: Box A12-22G
2 folders

[London dealers--P. & D. Colnaghi and Company Ltd., Hatchards Booksellers, Bernard Quaritch Ltd.; Paris dealers--Librairie Lardanchet, Marc Loliee, Georges Heilbrun, Pasque; pamphlet, Valentin Kraer, Gibbon's Bookbinder at Lausanne, by B. H. Breslauer; Christina Thoresby, Venice, Italy; Harvey White, London; Yvon [Charles] Bizardel, Nogent sur Marne, France; Robert L[eRoy]Bartley (1937- ), The Wall Street Journal, New York; Lucien Scheler, Librairie Thomas-Scheler, Paris; John Kerslake, National Portrait Gallery, London; C[olin]R[yder]Duckworth (1926- ), University of Auckland, Auckland, New Zealand; memorial for Charles Kingsley Adams; Cecil B[urton]Lyon (1903-1993), IRC, New York; M[ichael]A[ndrew]Screech, University College, London; Grace Cahlander, Charlecote House re household business; Richard A[nthony]Sayce, Cornwall, England; Orest [Allen] Ranum, Aveyron, France; Gyles Isham, Lamport Hall, Northampton, England]

European Travel 1975-1977
Cubic: 4
Physical Location: Box A12-22G
2 folders

[London dealers--P. & D. Colnaghi and Company Ltd., Sotheby Parke Bernet and Company; Paris dealers--Georges Heilbrun, Etienne Rossignol, Marc Loliee; Edwin Engelberts, Geneva, Switzerland; Florimond Tulkens, Brussels, Belgium; Janet Lamberti, Charlecote House re household business; Ian Lowe, The Ashmolean Museum, Oxford; Peter Cooper in Stockholm, Sweden; Richard A[nthony]Sayce, Worcester College, Oxford; Orest [Allen] Ranum, Aveyron, France; Laurence Ewald; Carlos van Hasselt, Fondation Custodia, Paris; Grace Cahlander, Charlecote House re household business; John [Ralph Sidney] Guinness (1935- ), Hereford Square, London; M[ichael]A[ndrew]Screech, University College, London; Harvey White, London; Philip Kolb, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign; Jan A.J.M. van Zuylen, Dordrecht, Netherlands; Lady Rosalie [Glynn Grylls] Mander, London; reprint, The Dutch East-Indiamen: Their Sailors, Their Navigators and Life on Board 1602-1795, by C. R. Boxer; pamphlet, The History of a Great Collectionre the works of August Edouart]

European Travel 1976-1978
Cubic: 4
Physical Location: Box A12-22G
2 folders

[London dealers--P. & D. Colnaghi and Company Ltd.; Paris dealers--Marc Loliee, Georges Heilbrun; Walter Nagel, New York; Digby [Reymond] Collett-Franklin (1908- ), Kent, England; Charles [Montgomery] Monteith (1921- ), Faber and Faber Ltd. Publishers, London; John Beverley Riggs, Eleutherian Mills Historical Library, Greenville, Wilmington, Delaware; Jean Adhemar (1908-1987), Bibliotheque Nationale, Paris; Stewart [Henry] Perowne (1901-1989), London; Harvey White, Osler Club of London; Laurence Ewald; Grace Cahlander, Charlecote House re household business; Orest [Allen] Ranum, Aveyron, France; Annie [Anne Elizabeth] Shaver-Crandell (1941- ), Florence, Italy; Peter Cooper, Sussex, England; Christina Thoresby, Venice, Italy; Jan A.J.M. van Zuylen, Dordrecht, Netherlands; Maurice Zuber, Guillon, France; E[dward]D[ouglas]Guinness, Venice, Italy; Jean-Baptiste Giard, Bibliotheque Nationale, Paris; Boyd Alexander, Prospect House, Upton, Didcot, Oxford]

European Travel 1977-1979
Cubic: 5
Physical Location: Box A12-22H

[London dealers--Hatchards Booksellers, Christie's, Somerville & Simpson Ltd., Maggs Brothers Ltd., Thomas Agnew & Sons Ltd., Bernard Quaritch Ltd., Winifred A. Myers (Autographs) Ltd.; Paris dealers--Marc Loliee, Librairie Galignani; Philip Kolb, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign; Laurence Ewald; Harvey White, London; Evelyn Joll, London; Grace Cahlander and Janet Lamberti, Charlecote House re household business; Jan A.J.M. van Zuylen, Dordrecht, Netherlands; Yvon [Charles] Bizardel, Nogent sur Marne, France; Maurice Zuber, Guillon, France; M[ichael]A[ndrew]Screech, University College, London; Alliance Francaise de Washington, Washington, D.C.; Nicholas [John] Barker, The Book Collector, London; Stewart [Henry] Perowne, London; Boyd Alexander, Prospect House, Upton, Didcot, Oxford

European Travel 1978-1980
Cubic: 5
Physical Location: Box A12-22H

[London dealers--Bernard Quaritch Ltd., P. & D. Colnaghi and Company Ltd., Christie's, Winifred A. Myers (Autographs) Ltd., Somerville & Simpson Ltd.; Paris dealers--Marc Loliee, Librairie Lardanchet; Jean-Baptiste Giard, Bibliotheque Nationale, Paris; Roger Devauchelle, Paris; Franco Matania (1922- ), The Alpine Gallery, London; Ian Lowe, The Ashmolean Museum, Oxford; Grace Cahlander, Charlecote House re household business; Thomas Ward, Baltimore, Maryland re proposed variance for Loyola College; J[ames]Rives Childs, The Jefferson, Richmond, Virginia; Harvey White, London; Wesley Wilson, Walters Art Gallery, Baltimore Museum; Peter and Gwyneth Cooper, Sussex, England; Nicolas J[ohn]Barker, The Book Collector, London; Maurice and Mary Catherine Zuber, Guillon, France; Gerard Mourgue (1921- ), Radio France, Paris]

European Travel 1978-1980
Cubic: 5
Physical Location: Box A12-22H

[London dealers--J.H. Bourdon-Smith Ltd. Antique Silver, Christie's, Hatchards Booksellers, Winifred A. Myers (Autographs) Ltd.; Paris dealers--Librairie Lardanchet; dividends statement; John Kerslake, National Portrait Gallery, London; Grace Cahlander, Charlecote House re household business; Orest [Allen] Ranum, Aveyron, France; Diana Mary Reynolds Brewis, Isle of Man, Great Britain; Carlos van Hasselt, Fondation Custodia, Paris; Harvey White, London; Anne [Dahlgren] Hecht (1926- ), New York; A[lfred]L[eslie]Rowse, Cornwall, England; Jacques Guignard; Gerard Mourgue, Radio France, Paris; Sir Valentine [Robert Duff] Abdy (1937- ), "Newton-Ferrers," Callington, Cornwall, England; Sidney C[harles]Hutchison, Royal Academy of Arts, Piccadilly, London; Georges Le Rider, Bibliotheque Nationale, Paris; Anne (Adams) Duckworth, Leicestershire, England; Philip Kolb, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign; Kenneth [John] Garlick (1916- ), The Ashmolean Museum, Oxford]

European Travel 1980-1982
Cubic: 5
Physical Location: Box A12-22H

[London dealers--Hatchards Booksellers, Bernard Quaritch Ltd., Christie's, J.H. Bourdon-Smith Ltd.; Paris dealers--Librairie Lardanchet, Librairie Galignani, Librairie Marc Loliee; Roger Pierrot, Bibliotheque Nationale, Paris; Peter and Gwyneth Cooper, Sussex, England; Harvey White, London; Grace Cahlander, Charlecote House re household business; Philip Kolb, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign; Maurice and Mary Catherine Zuber, Guillon, France; Philippe Aries (1914-1984), Maisons-Laffitte, France; Leslie [Alan] Dunkling (1935- ), Thames Ditton, Surrey, England; Monique Lambert, Bibliotheque Nationale, Paris; Robert L. Nikirk (d. 1990), The Grolier Club, New York; Gerard Mourgue, Courbevoie, France; John Kerslake, National Portrait Gallery, London; printed, Guide a l'usage des Amateurs de Livres/Repertoire des Members du Syndicat National de la Librairie Ancienne et Moderne; Nicolas [John] Barker, The British Library, London]

European Travel 1982-1983
Cubic: 5
Physical Location: Box A12-22H
2 folders

[London dealers--Winifred A. Myers (Autographs) Ltd., Somerville & Simpson Ltd., Bernard Quaritch Ltd., Hatchards Booksellers, Christie's; Paris dealers--Librairie Marc Loliee, Librairie Galignani, Librairie Lardanchet; Grace Cahlander, Charlecote House re household business; Christopher [Martin Bevan] (1923- ), London; Roger Pierrot, Bibliotheque Nationale, Paris; Robert Driant, Vernouillet, France re General Boulander; Philip Kolb, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign; Nancy E. Paige, Baltimore, Maryland re settlement with Loyola College; Jean-Baptiste Giard, Bibliotheque Nationale, Paris; medical reports for Douglas Huntly Gordon; Orest [Allen] Ranum, Paris; Maurice and Mary Catherine Zuber, Guillon, France; Harvey White, London; Philippe Aries, Maisons-Laffitte, France]

European Travel 1982-1983
Cubic: 5
Physical Location: Box A12-22H

[London dealers--Craddock & Barnard, Hatchards Booksellers, Christie's; Griselda Hamilton-Baillie, Royal Academy Trust, Royal Academy of Arts, Piccadilly, London; medical reports for Douglas Huntly Gordon; Robert G[raff]Merrick, Baltimore, Maryland; Grace Cahlander, Charlecote House re household business; "Peculiarities of Charlecote House"; Maurice and Mary Catherine Zuber, Paris; Philip Kolb, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign; Harvey White, London; Franco Matania, London--invitation to art exhibition; Portugese National Tourist Office, New York; Roger Pierrot, Bibliotheque Nationale, Paris; [Thomas] Humphrey Brooke, London; John W[illiam]Jolliffe, Bodleian Library, Oxford University, Oxford; Bodley's American Friends Newsletterand brochure]

European Travel 1983-1984
Cubic: 5
Physical Location: Box A12-22H

[London dealers--Christie's, Hatchards Booksellers, Bernard Quaritch Ltd., Thomas Agnew & Sons Ltd.--including catalog of "111th Annual Exhibition of Watercolours and Drawings"; Nicolas J[ohn]Barker, The British Library, London; James W[illard]B[artlett]Benkard (1937- ), New York; American Associates of the Royal Academy Trust, New York; Christopher M[artin]Bevan, Gray's Inn, London; Christina Thoresby, Venice, Italy; Griselda Hamilton-Baillie, Royal Academy Trust, Royal Academy of Arts, Piccadilly, London; J[ohn] W[illiam] Jolliffe, Bodleian Library, Oxford; Douglas H. Gordon Ex Libris(bookplates); exhibition notes for "T. J. Cobden-Sanderson Bookbindings 1884-1893", The British Library]

European Travel 1985
Cubic: 5
Physical Location: Box A12-22H

[London dealers--Somerville & Simpson Ltd., Hatchards Booksellers, Christie's; Paris dealers-- Librairie Lardanchet; Kathrine [Margaret] Ockenden (1932- ), American Associates of the Royal Academy Trust, New York; Robert B[rown]M[orrison]Barton (1903-1995), Corn Bay Associates, Beverly, Massachusetts; Grace Cahlander, Charlecote House re household business; Orest A[llen] Ranum, Aveyron, France; medical reports for Douglas Huntly Gordon; R[ichard]J[ulian]Roberts (1930- ), Bodleian Library, Oxford; Philip Kolb, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign; American Associates of the Royal Academy Trust, New York; Sandra Hindman [Hoadley] (1944- ), Northwestern University, Evanston, Illinois; Sir Michael [Vincent] Levey (1927- ), National Gallery, London; Maurice and Mary Catherine Zuber, Paris]

European Travel 1987
Cubic: 5
Physical Location: Box A12-22H
European Travel 1988
Cubic: 5
Physical Location: Box A12-22H
Photographs of Douglas Huntly Gordon and Winifred Macmillan Claude Gordon at Charlecote House, in the library and in the gardens, and on the S.S United Statesca. 1934-1980
Cubic: 5
Physical Location: Box A12-22H
Catalogue of the Early French Books of the Charlecote House Library, Volumes I and II n.d.
Bound volume
Catalogue of the Later French Books of the Charlecote House Library n.d.
Bound volume