A Guide to the Papers of John Dos Passos 1865-1998 Dos Passos, John, Papers 5950

A Guide to the Papers of John Dos Passos, 1865-1998

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Accession Number 5950


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Accession Number
5950
Title
Papers of John Dos Passos 1865-1998
Physical Characteristics
The collection consists of ca. 50,000 items.
Language
English

Administrative Information

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Preferred Citation

Papers of John Dos Passos, Accession #5950, Special Collections, University of Virginia Library, Charlottesville, Va.

Acquisition Information

The collection is a consolidation of gift and other acquisitions received in the Special Collections Department of the University of Virginia over the period 1958-1999 from: John Dos Passos, his wife Elizabeth Holdridge Dos Passos, his daughter Lucy Dos Passos Coggin and from a number of friends and associates that include: Thomas Pym Cope, Mrs. Lloyd (Marion) Lowndes, Mrs. Harold Weston, Connie and William White, Edmund Berkeley, Jr., Charles W. Bernardin, Jack Diggens, Kenneth C. Duckett, Philip L. Gerber, Townsend Ludington and Ray Lewis White.

Processing Information

The following accession numbers originally assigned to various parts of the collection were eliminated and all items interfiled in the single number 5950: 4804, 4804-a 5950-a, 5950-b, 5950-c, 5950-d, 5950-e, 5950-f, 5950-g, 5950-h, 5950-i, 5950-j, 5950-k, 5950-l, 5950-m, 5950-n, 5950-o, 5950-p, 5950-q, 5950-r, 5950-s, 5950-t, 5950-u, 5950-v, 5950-w, 5950-x, 5950-y, 5950-z 5950-aa, 5950-ab, 5950-ac, 5950-ad, 5950-ae, 5950-af, 5950-ag, 5950-ah, 5950-ai, 5950-aj, 5950-ak, 5950-al, 5950-am, 5950-an, 5950-ao, 5950-ap, 5950-aq, 5950-ar, 5950-as, 5950-at, 5950-au, 5950-av, 5950-aw, 5950-ax, 5950-ay, 5950-az 5950-ba, 5950-bb, 5950-bc, 5950-bd, 5950-be, 5950-bf, 5950-bg, 5950-bh, 5950-bi, 5950-bj, 5950-bk, 5950-bl, 5950-bm, 5950-bn, 5950-bo, 5950-bp, 5950-bq, 5950-br, 5950-bs, 5950-bt, 5950-bu, 5950-bv, 5950-bw, 5950-bx, 5950-by, 5950-bz 5950-ca, 5950-cb, 5950-cc, 5950-cd, 5950-ce, 5950-cf, 5950-cg, 5950-ch, 5950-ci, 5950-cj, 5950-ck, 5950-cl, 5950-cm

Sound and video recordings and artistic material have been placed in appropriate custodial sections of the Library and are identified as part of these papers.


Scope and Content

The Dos Passos papers at the University of Virginia present a vivid chronicle of the author's activities, thoughts and literary skills as he analyzed, reported on and criticized the turbulent events of the 20th century. Dos Passos, identifying with the leftist radical sympathies of the post-World War I period, experimented in expressing these sentiments with innovative writing techniques in some of his most important and successful works: One Man's Initiation--1917 (1920), Three Soldiers (1921), Manhattan Transfer (1925) and the trilogy, USA (The 42nd Parallel, 1930; Nineteen Nineteen, 1932; The Big Money, 1936).

The collection highlights the Dos Passos chronicle principally through a large body of manuscripts, letters and other personal and family related papers that have been assembled at the University of Virginia over the past 40 years from a series of gifts from Dos Passos and later, from his widow Elizabeth, and his daughter Lucy Dos Passos Coggin. Also included is a small quantity of gift acquisitions from several close friends and associates.

The major portion of the papers is comprised of manuscript material (published and unpublished) of most of his novels, plays, poems, articles, speeches, lectures, readings and his reportage on history, politics, society and travel. Included are corrected and uncorrected typescripts, galley and page proofs, notes, outlines, related research material and an extensive assemblage of publisher and literary agent correspondence. Of particular interest are his diaries and notebooks filled with recorded observations, thoughts, verse and sketches that may have served as the basis for some of the character development and themes found in his published writings and in his works of art.

Another large part of the collection contains letters written to him over his lifetime from close friends, literary associates and random correspondents which comprise a narrative, of sorts, of the conflicting political, social and cultural ideas that he and others of his generation grappled with in the period between the two World Wars. Letters from his close friends and literary associates include, among others, those from E.E. Cummings, Ernest Hemingway, John Howard Lawson, Archibald MacLeish, Walter Rumsey Marvin, Gerald Murphy, Dudley Poore and Edmund Wilson.

The balance of the collection consists of Dos Passos family papers, along with a small assortment of other miscellaneous material. The family papers contain correspondence Dos Passos exchanged with his parents, his wife Katharine and other collateral relatives. Included among Dos Passos' personal papers are financial, legal, and household data; mementos of his awards and honors; originals and copies of his drawings and paintings; articles and newsclips about his life and his writings; and a collection of photographs of his childhood years, portraits and snapshots of him as a young adult and family photographs of the period 1950 through 1960. In later years, Dos Passos turned from the radicalism of his youth. He settled in the family home in Westmoreland County in northern Virginia with his wife Elizabeth Holdridge Dos Passos and their daughter Lucy where he continued to pursue, with his characteristic vigor, the engagement of his new found political and social ideas into his writings, lectures and speeches.

He died on September 28, 1970 and remains as one of the pre-eminent writers of the 20th century.

Arrangement

The collection is arranged in four series: I--Correspondence, II--Writings, III--Personal, IV--Miscellaneous.

Series I: Correspondence General correspondence with Dos Passos: (Boxes 1-11) Correspondence with attached and related material exchanged between John Dos Passos and lifelong friends and associates, literary colleagues, critics, editors, organizations and the general public. Material is organized alphabetically by the name of the correspondent and is listed separately for both the items sent to Dos Passos and those prepared by him. Included among others, are letters exchanged with E.E. Cummings, Ernest Hemingway, Robert Hillyer, John Howard Lawson, Archibald MacLeish, Walter Rumsey Marvin, Dudley Poore and Edmund Wilson. General correspondence between others: (Box 11) A small amount of third party correspondence not directly involved with Dos Passos. Listed alphabetically by the name of the recipient. Family correspondence with Dos Passos: (Boxes 12-15) The largest portion is of the correspondence exchange between Dos Passos and his parents (1890-1917) and the letters exchanged with his first wife, Katharine Smith Dos Passos (1928-1946). The remaining smaller portion is with other collateral relatives. Family correspondence between others: (Boxes 16-17) Mostly letters to his mother, Lucy S. Madison from his father, John Randolph Dos Passos before and after their marriage (1892-1913) and letters by his father to a cousin, Ida Pifer (1900-1912). Publisher-related correspondence with Dos Passos: (Boxes18-21) Correspondence between Dos Passos and his domestic and foreign literary agents relating to the publication and marketing of his writings. Also included are permission requests from authors and editors to use his work, communications and contracts concerning his lecture activities and, from the Brandt and Brandt literary agency, their "Dos Passos office file" with almost 2500 items of their worldwide correspondence dealings regarding Dos Passos' writings.

Series II: Writings Published works on society, politics, history and travel: (Boxes 22-109) Manuscripts, galleys, notes, outlines, typed drafts, research material, correspondence and reviews relating to Dos Passos' published writings. Arranged alphabetically by the title of the work. Contributions to books, periodicals and newspapers: (Boxes 110-112) Manuscripts, notes, outlines, typed drafts, research material and print copies of Dos Passos' prose and verse contributions. Arranged alphabetically by the title of the work and listing the name and date of the publication. Dos Passos' prose and verse of undetermined publication: (Boxes 113-117) Manuscripts and typescripts that appear to be in his hand and that contain his notations but that have not been determined to have been published. Some appear to be manuscript portions that may relate to earlier versions of a published work. Arranged alphabetically by the title of the work or the opening line. Prose and verse of undetermined authorship and publication: (Box 117) Manuscripts not in Dos Passos' hand and typescripts that do not bear any of his notations. Arranged alphabetically by the title of the work or the opening line. Speech material: (Boxes 117-118) Notes, outlines, background and presentation drafts for specific speech events, readings from his published books and for other unidentified talks. Research and background: (Boxes 118-121) Background print material, notebooks, outlines and miscellaneous loose drafts relating to various research topics. Emphasis on Jefferson and on American and English history.

Series III: Personal Artwork by Dos Passos: (Box 122) His pencil sketches, black and white photographs and color reproductions of his watercolor art, and catalogues of his artwork showings. Artwork collected by Dos Passos: (Box 122) Drawings, sketches and watercolors from a variety of artists collected over the years by Dos Passos. Included also are classical and contemporary musical recordings and sheet music. Awards: (Box 122-125) Mostly certificates and accompanying correspondence and mementos of the honorary tributes bestowed upon Dos Passos for his writings, his educational activities, his influence in the political arena and for his service (non-combative) in the two World Wars. Also included is a video produced in 1996 that commemorates his 100th Anniversary. Diaries and note books: (Box 125-126) Literary and travel books with prose, verse, sketches, observations and commentary compiled by Dos Passos in the years 1911-1927 during his sojourns in Europe and the Middle East. Memorabilia: (Boxes 127-129) An assortment of personal papers, certificates, newsclips, passports, postcards, school records, mementos of World Wars I and II and other keepsakes collected and saved by Dos Passos during his lifetime. Arranged and listed alphabetically by the descriptive name of each item. Personal data: (Boxes 129-130) A small collection of personal papers and documents organized and arranged chronologically by date in financial, legal, medical and household property categories. Photographs: (Boxes 130-133) Photographs of Dos Passos, his family, his close friends and associates and of his activities from his childhood to his later years. Organized alphabetically by subject, location, event or name of person. Writings and reviews about Dos Passos: (Boxes 133-139) Published and unpublished articles, interviews, newsclips and other writings about the life and work of Dos Passos. Arranged and listed alphabetically by the title of the writing.

Series IV: Miscellaneous Papers pertaining to other family members: (Boxes 139-142) Of particular interest are the writings of his father John Randolph Dos Passos, a prominent lawyer active in the national party politics of the late 19th and early 20th centuries and author of articles and essays on the Supreme Court, the recognition of Cuba, woman suffrage and the war in Europe. His papers also include a number of autograph signed letters from some of the notable personalities of the period: William Borah, William Jennings Bryan, Josephus Daniels, Jay Gould, Benjamin Harrison, Charles Evans Hughes, Henry Cabot Lodge and Woodrow Wilson. The papers of Dos Passos' first wife, Katharine contain a number of her short story manuscripts and correspondence that includes autograph signed letters and a poem from Ernest and Pauline Hemingway. The other family papers are primarily correspondence, writings and memorabilia organized under the name of the person to whom the material pertains. Papers pertaining to friends and associates: (Box 143) A small quantity of correspondence, writings and memorabilia of his close friends, Arthur McComb, Wright McCormick and Dudley Poore that relate to the period of the early 20th century. The papers of Charles W. Bernardin, who interacted extensively with Dos Passos while attempting to write and publish a biography about him, contain a scholarly dissertation and unpublished manuscripts on Dos Passos and his writings. Included also are Dos Passos family photographs and a large volume of correspondence that was exchanged with Dos Passos during 1942-1966. The Bernardin material has been relocated to the appropriate sections of the collection (See boxes 1, 2, 94, 130-133, 137-139). The personal papers relating solely to Bernardin are in box 143. Other writings and print matter: (Boxes 143-144) Miscellaneous manuscripts by named and anonymous authors and other print matter that may have been of interest to Dos Passos as memorabilia or as background.

Contents List

Correspondence
Series I
  • Box 1-11
    General correspondence with Dos Passos

    Correspondence with attached and related material exchanged between John Dos Passos and lifelong friends and associates, literary colleagues, critics, editors, organizations and the general public. Material is organized alphabetically by the name of the correspondent and is listed separately for both the items sent to Dos Passos and those prepared by him. Included among others, are letters exchanged with E.E. Cummings, Ernest Hemingway, Robert Hillyer, John Howard Lawson, Archibald MacLeish, Walter Rumsey Marvin, Dudley Poore and Edmund Wilson.

    • Box 1
      Ackerman, Adolph J. 1966
    • Box 1
      Adjutant, Sorbonne Detachment May 20, 1919

      re: leave application (by John Dos Passos)

    • Box 1
      Agnew, Spiro T. 1970
    • Box 1
      Aita, Antonio 1962
      2 items
    • Box 1
      Albert, Charles 1919
    • Box 1
      Alford, S. 1920
    • Box 1
      Allen, Frederica L. 1943
    • Box 1
      Amanda 1925
    • Box 1
      Amélia, Maria n.d.
    • Box 1
      American Civil Liberties Union 1952

      re: his resignation (by John Dos Passos)

    • Box 1
      Arredordo, Rafael 1966
    • Box 1
      Austin, Oliver and Elizabeth 1964-1967
      3 items
    • Box 1
      Arturo [de Tenoya?] [1918 APril 11?]
    • Box 1
      Baker, Carlos 1966, n.d.
      7 items
    • Box 1
      Baltimore Sun, Editor 1962

      re: Peabody Library (by John Dos Passos)

    • Box 1
      Banus, Mario Garcia 1947
    • Box 1
      Barea, Arturo and Alsa 1939
      2 items
    • Box 1
      Barnicoat and Sons 1947

      re: wife's burial stone

    • Box 1
      Barquet, Nicholas 1956
    • Box 1
      Barry, Griffin 1938
    • Box 1
      Barry, Griffin 1919
      2 items

      by John Dos Passos

    • Box 1
      Basshe, Em Jo n.d.
    • Box 1
      Baudisch, Paul
    • Box 1
      Bautile, G.H. [1918?] January 14
    • Box 1
      Beal, Fred Erwin 1941
    • Box 1
      Becker, Ray 1935
    • Box 1
      Belew, William W. 1941
    • Box 1-2
      Bernardin, Charles W. 1942-1996, n.d.
      140 items Box 1: (1-7 of 10 folders) Box 2: (8-10 of 10 folders)
    • Box 2
      Biddle, James 1970
    • Box 2
      Biensen, Tyler n.d.
    • Box 2
      Bienstock, N.S. 1944
    • Box 2
      Bill (University of Missouri) 1946
    • Box 2
      Billingsley, Kirby 1943
    • Box 2
      Bird, William 1956
    • Box 2
      Bishop, John Peale 1942
    • Box 2
      Blanc, Carmen Heath 1944-1945
      5 items

      re: Francesca Dos Passos

    • Box 2
      Bland, Gladwin, (Gladdie) 1932
    • Box 2
      Bland, Karl W. (Marx) 1932-1938
      2 items
    • Box 2
      Bliss, Edward Gering 1962
      by John Dos Passos
    • Box 1
      Blodgett, Glen W. 1924
    • Box 2
      Bob and Betsy 1947
      2 items
    • Box 2
      Bowers, Claude 1939
    • Box 2
      Boyd, Julian and Adair, Douglass 1955, n.d.
      3 items

      Contains undated typescript notes on John Dos Passos's book, The Head and Heart of Thomas Jefferson (1954)

    • Box 2
      Brockunier, Samuel Hugh 1939-1940
      3 items
    • Box 2
      Brod and McGuire[?] n.d.
    • Box 2
      Bromfield, Ellen 1967-1970
      5 items
    • Box 2
      Brooks, Van Wyck 1962
    • Box 2
      Brooks, Wendell S. 1940
    • Box 2
      Brown, Mary E. n.d.
    • Box 2
      Brown, Rollo Walter 1925
    • Box 2
      Buckley, William F. 1966-1970
      3 items
    • Box 2
      Bush, Martin H. 1964
    • Box 2
      Byrd, Harry F., Jr. 1965-1970
      2 items
    • Box 2
      Byrnes, Oscar 1938, n.d.
      2 items
    • Box 2
      Cabell, Mrs. Hartwell 1965
      by John Dos Passos
    • Box 2
      Cadwalader, Thomas F. 1969
    • Box 2
      Calhoun, Filmore n.d.
      2 items
    • Box 2
      Cameron, Brodnax and/or Julia 1956-1970, n.d.
      4 items
    • Box 2
      Cantwell, Robert 1936-1942, n.d.
      4 items
    • Box 2
      Cantwell, Robert 1934-1967, n.d.
      10 items by John Dos Passos (see also box 139)
    • Box 2
      Cardozo, Mário 1967
    • Box 2
      Carlsmith, Carl S. 1945
    • Box 2
      Carter, E. Gayle 1940
    • Box 2
      Cendrars, Blaise 1929-1937
      12 items
    • Box 2
      Centuty Association 1970

      re: William F. Buckley (by John Dos Passos)

    • Box 2
      Chambers, Canby 1947, n.d.
      2 items
    • Box 2
      Charles n.d.
    • Box 2
      Charlie 1941
    • Box 2
      Chermayett, Lenge n.d.
    • Box 2
      Cintra, Luis F. Lindley 1962
    • Box 2
      Claffey, John T. 1922
    • Box 2
      Clark, David Lee 1944

      re: The Big Money controversy at University of Texas

    • Box 2
      Clark, Ernest 1936
    • Box 2
      Clements, Robert J. 1944

      re: Mediæval Academy of America

    • Box 2
      Colymes[?], C. n.d.
    • Box 2
      Conant, Kenneth n.d.
      2 items
    • Box 2
      Cope, Thomas Pym 1918-1931, n.d.
      29 items
    • Box 2
      Cope, Thomas Pym 1919-1922
      10 items

      by John Dos Passos

    • Box 2
      Cope, Mrs. Walter 1918
      2 items by John Dos Passos
    • Box 2
      Cordell, Roy L. M. 1922
    • Box 3
      Coyle, Albert F. 1929
    • Box 148
      Cummings, E.E. [Edward Estlin] and Marion 1919-1963, n.d.
      13 items
    • Box 3
      Cummings, E.E. [Edward Estlin] and Ann 1917-1933, n.d.
      18 items by John Dos Passos
    • Box 3
      Cupit, A., 1943
    • Box 3
      Currence, John D., M.D. 1935
    • Box 3
      Curtis, Richard Cary 1940
    • Box 3
      Da Costa, Eliseu 1963-1968
      2 items
    • Box 3
      Daubney, Robert H. 1936
    • Box 3
      Day, Peg n.d.
    • Box 3
      De Beer, Dora H. 1913-1919, n.d.
      5 items
    • Box 3
      De Castro ye Polly Boyden, Baldorioty n.d.
    • Box 3
      De Carvalho, Pedro Xisto 1959
    • Box 3
      De Ferrandin, Florencia 1940
      2 items

      with ANS, S. Panjay Seizlauseco[?]

    • Box 3
      De la Serna, Victor 1964
    • Box 3
      Delgado, Rafael 1943
    • Box 3
      den Boer, Willem n.d.
    • Box 3
      De S., Los E. 1919-1922, n.d.
      3 items
    • Box 3
      De Silver, Margaret 1937-1940, n.d.
      6 items
    • Box 3
      De Vasconcellos, Dora Alencar n.d.
    • Box 3
      Dewey, John 1937-1938
      2 items
    • Box 3
      Diggens, Jack 1966
      2 items

      re: Carlo Tresca (by John Dos Passos)

    • Box 3
      Donovan, Mary 1939
    • Box 3
      Dore, John 1967
    • Box 148
      Dreiser, Theodore 1936
    • Box 3
      Drury, Allen 1969
    • Box 3
      Dudley, Caroline 1925-1956, n.d.
      20 items
    • Box 3
      Dupee, Fred 1965-1966
      2 items
    • Box 3
      Durand, Mrs. F. A. 1947
    • Box 3
      Dwight, H. G. 1941
    • Box 3
      Eastman, Max 1947-1961
      3 items
    • Box 3
      Eastman, Max 1944

      by John Dos Passos

    • Box 3
      Edwards, Ted 1932
    • Box 3
      Ehrhard, Lyn n.d.
    • Box 3
      Eichner, Alfred S. 1964
    • Box 3
      Embree, Edwin R. 1936-1940
      2 items
    • Box 3
      Escuder, América 1945
    • Box 3
      Esther 1943-1946
      2 items
    • Box 3
      Evelyn 1940
    • Box 3
      Fallaci, Oriana 1967
    • Box 3
      Faria, José Gomes 1966
    • Box 3
      Farnsworth, Henka 1947-1967, n.d.
      27 items
    • Box 3
      Farrell, James T. 1941-1958
      15 items
    • Box 3
      Farwell, F. Evans 1970
    • Box 3
      Fell, Polly (Mrs. Richard Fell) 1962
    • Box 3
      Ferreira, Ramón 1966-1968
      2 items
    • Box 3
      Fernsworth, Lawrence A. 1938
    • Box 3
      Field, George 1966

      re: Mihajlo Mihajlov

    • Box 3
      Finnerty, John F. 1945
      2 items

      by John Dos Passos

    • Box 148
      Fitzgerald, F. Scott 1934-1936
      2 items
    • Box 3
      Fitzgerald, William C. 1967
    • Box 148
      Fitzgerald, Zelda n.d.
    • Box 3
      Forss[?], Harry 1934

      with poems about the IWW

    • Box 3
      Francis n.d.
    • Box 3
      Frank, Waldo 1916-1929
      3 items
    • Box 3
      Fred 1921-1922
      3 items
    • Box 3
      French, Hazel 1918
    • Box 3
      Freyre, Gilberto 1961
    • Box 3
      Friede, Juan[?] n.d.

      by John Dos Passos

    • Box 3
      Fritz 1957
    • Box 3
      Funaroff, S. 1933
    • Box 3
      Fund for Adult Education 1955
    • Box 3
      Fund for Intellectual Freedom 1961

      by John Dos Passos

    • Box 3
      Galantière, Lewis n.d.
      2 items
    • Box 3
      Galdamez, Joanna 1965
      2 items
    • Box 3
      Gannett, Lewis 1960-1965, n.d.
      9 items
    • Box 3
      Gantt, Andrew H. II (Andy) 1957-1966
      3 items
    • Box 3
      Gantt, William Horsley 1941-1970, n.d.
      17 items
    • Box 3
      Gantt, William Horsley 1954
      4 items

      by John Dos Passos

    • Box 3
      Gantt, Mrs. William Horsley (Dickie) 1964
    • Box 3
      Gantt, Col. Henry P. 1933, 1969
      2 items
    • Box 3
      Garcia, J. Cueva 1945
      2 items
    • Box 3
      Garcitoral, Alicio 1964-1967
      2 items
    • Box 3
      Garst, Roswell (Bob) 1957
    • Box 3
      Gattorno, Antonio 1936-1946, n.d.
      4 items
    • Box 3
      Gattorno, Isabel 1945
    • Box 3
      Gaylor, Adelaide Lawson 1921-1970
      13 items
    • Box 4
      Gee, Mrs. K. A. (Auntie Kate) 1912-1932, n.d.
      22 items
    • Box 4
      George and Eva 1940, n.d.
      2 items
    • Box 4
      Georges 1919
    • Box 4
      Gibson, William 1940
    • Box 4
      Gilbert, Edward M. 1963-1964
      2 items
    • Box 4
      Gillam, Stanley 1966
    • Box 4
      Giner, Jose (Pepe) 1918-1950, n.d.
      12 items
    • Box 4
      Giordano, Francesco 1918
    • Box 4
      Given, Phyllis and Eben 1948-1967, n.d.
      23 items
    • Box 4
      Glaspell, Susan and Bill 1931-1934, n.d.
      6 items
    • Box 4
      Goodwin, Murray 1941
    • Box 4
      Gomez, Maximo Pacheco 1969
    • Box 4
      Gorrin, Paul 1965
    • Box 4
      Graham, Sheila n.d.
      2 items
    • Box 4
      Grier, William T. 1957
    • Box 4
      Griffith, E. C. 1944
    • Box 4
      Groz, George 1936
    • Box 4
      Grupp, George W. 1947
    • Box 4
      "Guggles" [William B. Smith, Jr.] 1925
    • Box 4
      Gummen, Tommy 1904
    • Box 4
      Hackett, Chauncey and Bubs 1933-1952, n.d.
      34 items
    • Box 4
      Hackett, Hennen (Winks) and Wendy Everett 1966-1967, n.d.
      8 items
    • Box 4
      Hale 1941
    • Box 4
      Hall, Rody 1934
    • Box 4
      Hall, T. Edward 1945
    • Box 4
      Hamlin, Talbot 1944
    • Box 4
      Hapgood, Hutch n.d.
    • Box 4
      Harding, T. Swann 1940
    • Box 4
      Hardwick, C. Vincent 1943
    • Box 4
      Harris, Mary E. (his mother's nurse) 1912-1915, n.d.
      11 items
    • Box 4
      Harris, Mrs. Mary E. 1912, n.d.
      4 items

      by John Dos Passos

    • Box 4
      Hart, Harry n.d.
    • Box 4
      Haynes, James L. 1962
    • Box 4
      Hazell, Lois n.d.
    • Box 4
      Hellendale, Jill Hibben n.d.
      4 items

      with Sheila Hibben ALS

    • Box 148
      Hemingway, Ernest 1925-1951, n.d.
      32 items, in 28 folders
    • Box 4
      Hemingway, Ernest 1925-1961, n.d.
      93 items, in 2 folders

      by John Dos Passos

    • Box 148
      Hemingway, Hadley 1947
    • Box 4
      Hemingway, Mary 1965
      2 items

      with Valerie Danby-Smith TLS

    • Box 4
      Hemingway, Pauline 1947-1948, n.d.
      5 items

      with KSDP ALSs

    • Box 5
      Henderson, John n.d.
    • Box 5
      Henry and Murray 1919
    • Box 5
      Heuer, Mr. n.d.

      by John Dos Passos

    • Box 5
      Hibben, Paxton 1925
    • Box 5
      Hibben, Sheila 1940-1942, n.d.
      3 items
    • Box 5
      Hill, Ginny Carpenter 1947
    • Box 5
      Hillyer, Robert Silliman 1918-1961, n.d.
      24 items
    • Box 5
      Hillyer, Robert Silliman 1921

      by John Dos Passos

    • Box 5
      Hinton, Harry n.d.
    • Box 5
      Hinton, Henrietta 1910
    • Box 5
      Hook, Sidney 1934
      2 items
    • Box 5
      Hunt, Mr. 1965

      by John Dos Passos

    • Box 5
      Hurralde, Maximo 1936
    • Box 5
      Ivens, Joris 1936
      2 items

      re: "Dream Factory"

    • Box 5
      Jack (Marine Experimental Station) 1950, n.d.
      2 items
    • Box 5
      Janie, Gordon 1967, n.d.
      2 items
    • Box 5
      Jelliffe, Belinda n.d.
    • Box 5
      Jenkins, Mrs. Burris Jr. 1947
    • Box 5
      John 1939
    • Box 5
      John and Hattie 1955-1967
      2 items
    • Box 5
      Jonas, Klaus 1945
    • Box 5
      Jones, Howard Mumford 1947
    • Box 5
      Josephson, Matthew 1932

      re: Nineteen Nineteen

    • Box 5
      Judson, Mrs. F. A. (Marguerite M.) 1966
    • Box 5
      Julie 1964
    • Box 5
      Kaeselau, Chris ca. early 1940s
    • Box 5
      Kaeselau, Jean 1945-1946
    • Box 5
      Kay, Josephine 1943
    • Box 5
      Keller, Dr. 1968

      by John Dos Passos

    • Box 148
      Kennedy, John F. 1961
    • Box 5
      Klabin, Horacio 1966
    • Box 5
      Koltzov n.d.
    • Box 5
      Kraschutzki, H. 1945-1946
      2 items
    • Box 5
      Kubie, Dr. Lawrence S. 1970
    • Box 5
      Lacerda, Carlos 1968-1969
      3 items
    • Box 5
      La Follette, Fola 1960
    • Box 5
      Lafourcade, Enrique y Murta 1970
    • Box 5
      Lambrecht, Klaus 1940, n.d.
      2 items
    • Box 5
      Lancaster, H. C. 1946
      2 items
    • Box 5
      Lawson, John Howard (Jack) 1921-1967, n.d.
      34 items
    • Box 5
      Lawson, Kate Drain 1919, 1956, n.d.
      10 items

      with poem and photo

    • Box 5
      Lazenby, Mary E. 1963

      re: Ellen Wilson Holmes

    • Box 5
      Lecomte, T. 1919
    • Box 5
      Leeds, William B. 1964-1966
      5 items

      re: John Dos Passos's article on Hemingway

    • Box 5
      Leighton, Alexander H. 1947
    • Box 5
      Leifermann, Hank n.d.
    • Box 5
      Leite, Tito 1958-1966
      7 items
    • Box 5
      Lévêque, Maurice 1919
    • Box 5
      Leyer, F. n.d.
    • Box 5
      Lindsley, Lonia 1943
    • Box 5
      Liza n.d.
    • Box 5
      Lorraine, G. B. 1945
    • Box 5
      Loveman, Amy 1950

      re: National Conference of Christians and Jews

    • Box 5
      Lowndes, Marion (Diddy) 1936-1970, n.d.
      56 items
    • Box 5
      Lowndes, Lloyd and Marion (Diddy) 1925-1970, n.d.
      53 items

      by John Dos Passos

    • Box 6
      Lucas-Championnière, Germaine ca. 1919-1968, n.d.
      55 items
    • Box 6
      Luce, Clare Booth 1965
    • Box 6
      Luce, Henry R. 1946
    • Box 6
      Lyman, Vera I. 1929
    • Box 6
      Lynch, Robert 1969
    • Box 6
      Lyons, Lt. Cmdr. W. F. 1945
    • Box 6
      McAdoo, Francis H. 1963
    • Box 6
      McBride, Mr. 1947 (incomplete)

      by John Dos Passos

    • Box 6
      McBrown, Mr. 1962

      by John Dos Passos

    • Box 6
      McCann, James 1932
      2 items
    • Box 6
      McComb, Arthur K. 1917-1967, n.d.
      214 items, 4 folders

      with photo

    • Box 6
      McComb, Arthur K. 1916-1966
      38 items

      by John Dos Passos

    • Box 7
      McCooke, Carson T. 1965
    • Box 7
      McCormick, Wright (Micky) 1917-1919, n.d.
      24 items
    • Box 7
      McCormick, Wright (Micky) n.d.

      by John Dos Passos

    • Box 7
      MacLeish, Archibald and Ada 1935-1936, n.d.
      12 items
    • Box 7
      Mann, Thomas 1947
    • Box 7
      Maque n.d.

      with untitled poem

    • Box 7
      Marble, Henry C., M.D. 1947
    • Box 7
      Margery 1905 [?]
    • Box 7
      Marianna 1917-1919
      2 items
    • Box 7
      Marquand, John P. 1947
    • Box 7
      Marth [?] 1901
    • Box 7
      Martin, James (Slim) 1939, 1955-1959, n.d.
      13 items
    • Box 7
      Marvin, Walter Rumsey (Rummy) and Betsy 1915-1970,n.d.
      60 items
    • Box 7
      Massey, Edward (Eddie) 1918-1920, n.d.
      6 items
    • Box 7
      Mastenbrock, A., Jr. 1946, n.d.
      2 items
    • Box 7
      Mathé, Juan J. 1962
      3 items
    • Box 7
      Maverick, Maury 1936
    • Box 7
      "Me" 1928-1930, n.d.
      5 items

      (photo)

    • Box 7
      Meakin, Miss Louisa (Auntie Lou) 1904-1934, n.d.
      29 items
    • Box 7
      Mearns, David C. 1961
    • Box 7
      Mearns, David C. 1962

      by John Dos Passos

    • Box 7
      Medeiros, Paulina 1943
    • Box 148
      Mencken, H. L. 1947
      2 items
    • Box 7
      Mihajlov, Marija 1966
    • Box 7
      Mildred 1947
    • Box 7
      Milhaud, Darius M. 1945
    • Box 7
      Miller, F. Dewolfe 1961
    • Box 148
      Miller, Henry n.d.
    • Box 7
      Miller, Walter 1947
    • Box 7
      Milliken [?], L. A. 1952

      with photo

    • Box 7
      Mills et al 1936

      re: Sophia Louise Meakin [Auntie Lou's] will

    • Box 7
      Mitchell, Stewart (Auk) 1916-1955, n.d.
      26 items
    • Box 8
      Moca[?] 1936
    • Box 8
      Moe, Henry Allen 1940, 1963
      2 items
    • Box 8
      Moholy, Lucia 1934
    • Box 8
      Monet, Mademoiselle n.d.

      by John Dos Passos

    • Box 8
      Montet, M. 1903-1904, n.d.
      6 items
    • Box 8
      Mooney, Tom 1936
    • Box 8
      Morelock, Horace W. 1940
    • Box 8
      Morison, Samuel Eliot 1964
      2 items
    • Box 8
      Mowrer [Hemingway], Hadley and Paul 1948
    • Box 8
      Mumford, Lewis ca. 1936

      by John Dos Passos

    • Box 8
      Muraro, Michelangelo 1954
    • Box 8
      Murphy, Gerald and Sara 1925-1964, n.d.
      163 items, 2 folders
    • Box 8
      Murphy, Gerald and/or Sara 1935-1947, n.d.
      35 items

      by Katy Dos Passos

    • Box 8
      Murphy, Wallace Smith n.d.
    • Box 8
      Nathan, Robert 1966
    • Box 8
      Nelson, Frederic 1964
      2 items
    • Box 8
      The New Leader, Editor 1954
    • Box 8
      New Republic, Editor 1930

      by John Dos Passos

    • Box 8
      New World Settlement Fund, Inc. 1945, n.d.
    • Box 8
      New York Times Book Review Section, Editor 1947

      by John Dos Passos

    • Box 8
      Nir, M. ou[?] 1941
    • Box 8
      Nix, Ruul[?] 1927
    • Box 148
      Nixon, Richard 1968
    • Box 8
      Nock, Albert Jay 1920
    • Box 8
      Norman and Susan 1931-1932, n.d.
      4 items
    • Box 8
      Orr, Elaine 1921-1950, n.d.
      6 items
    • Box 8
      Overholder, Winfred (M.D.) 1944

      re: cousin, Ida L. Pifer

    • Box 8
      Owens, Hamilton and Olga 1965, n.d.
      2 items
    • Box 8
      Padilla y de Barbon de Berretta Moreno, Isabel n.d.
    • Box 8
      Paycua, M.[?] 1937
    • Box 8
      Pearson, Norman Holmes 1955
    • Box 8
      Pegler, Westbrook 1958, n.d.
      4 items
    • Box 8
      Peixoto, Ernani de Amaral 1958
    • Box 8
      Perez, Ismael Diego n.d.
    • Box 8
      Peroutka, Ferinand 1960
    • Box 8
      Perry, George 1943
    • Box 8
      Pfeiffer, Karl 1943-1966
      3 items
    • Box 8
      Phillips, Howard S. 1932-1967
      3 items
    • Box 8
      Pietens, Mr. 1965

      by John Dos Passos

    • Box 8
      Pinheiro, Israel 1960, 1968
      2 items
    • Box 9
      Poore, Dudley (Pobrecito) 1916-1970s, n.d.
      91 items (2 folders)

      with photos

    • Box 9
      Poore, Dudley (Dudloysha) 1917
      4 items

      by John Dos Passos

    • Box 9
      Porter, Helen H. K. 1920, n.d.
      3 items
    • Box 9
      Powell, Dawn ca. 1930s-1965, n.d.
      37 items
    • Box 9
      Powell, Marcia Llewlly and John A. 1954-1970
      5 items

      with photos

    • Box 9
      Prefeito, Israel Pinheiro 1960
    • Box 9
      Preteoille 1924
    • Box 9
      "The Princess" 1909
    • Box 9
      Quintanilla, Luis 1935, n.d.
      2 items
    • Box 9
      Raynor, H.C. 1921
    • Box 9
      Rieser, Robert 1920
    • Box 9
      Roberts, George 1922
    • Box 9
      Robles, Francisco (Coco) and Margara 1940-1965, n.d.
      18 items

      with photos and verse

    • Box 9
      Robles, [Margarita] (Miggie) 1943
    • Box 9
      Roosevelt, George W. 1900, 1906
      2 items
    • Box 9
      Ross, Crystal (Crys) 1923-1957, n.d.
      30 items
    • Box 9
      Ruff, Stella (Knobby) 1936, 1947
      2 items
    • Box 9
      Safalgette, L. 1922-1924
      2 items
    • Box 9
      St. John, George C. and Clara 1947, n.d.
      2 items
    • Box 9
      Samson, Leon n.d.
    • Box 9
      Savishinsky, Joel 1960 Jun. 2
    • Box 9
      Saxton, Martha [Mrs. Eugene Saxton] 1947
    • Box 9
      Saxton, Martha [Mrs. Eugene Saxton] 1943

      by John Dos Passos

    • Box 9
      Schlesinger, Arthur J., Jr. 1958

      by John Dos Passos

    • Box 9
      Schneider, Isidor 1925
    • Box 9
      Scholle, Hardinge 1916
    • Box 9
      Schroeder, Peter 1916
    • Box 9
      Schwartz, H.E. 1936

      by John Dos Passos

    • Box 9
      Seldes, Gilbert 1921-1966, n.d.
      9 items
    • Box 10
      Seymour, Charles 1962

      by John Dos Passos

    • Box 10
      Shay, Edie 1941-1958, n.d.
      12 items
    • Box 10
      Sheean 1926
    • Box 10
      Sherk, John L. 1965
    • Box 10
      Sherrill, Brigadier General Charles H. 1917
    • Box 10
      Shirley n.d.
    • Box 10
      Shuler, Mrs. C. W. 1947

      envelope only

    • Box 10
      Shuman, Michael 1940
    • Box 10
      Silva, Julio 1959-1967
      6 items
    • Box 10
      Simon, Mme. 1954

      re: Rosenberg case

    • Box 148
      Sinclair, Upton 1932-1938
      3 items
    • Box 10
      Skidmore, Hobert (Skid, Hobie) 1952, n.d.
      6 items
    • Box 10
      Skinner[?], B.F. n.d.
    • Box 10
      Smith, Susan 1931-34, n.d.
      3 items

      by John Dos Passos

    • Box 10
      Soares, Lota de Macedo n.d.
    • Box 10
      Spanos, Nick 1948-1967, n.d.
      9 items
    • Box 10
      Sprigg, James P. 1967

      to: Cousin John

    • Box 10
      Sreny, Paul 1932
    • Box 10
      Stafford, Martha 1933
    • Box 10
      Standard American Encyclopedia n.d.

      biographical data by John Dos Passos

    • Box 10
      Standley, Gerald B. 1958
    • Box 10
      Stefansson, Vilhjalmur 1936
    • Box 10
      Steloff, Frances 1940
    • Box 10
      Stephens, Jacqueline 1961
    • Box 10
      Stephens, Jacqueline 1961

      by John Dos Passos

    • Box 10
      Stolberg, Benjamin 1947
    • Box 10
      Stolenface, Walter J. 1950
    • Box 10
      Stout, Mrs. 1944

      by John Dos Passos

    • Box 10
      Stubbs, Kendon 1964
    • Box 10
      Sugiki, Takeshi 1958
    • Box 10
      Sult, W.M. 1945
    • Box 10
      Summers, W. Kay 1920
    • Box 10
      Swarun, Rama 1964

      Asia Peoples Anti-Communist League

    • Box 10
      Sweeney, Mrs. Mildred McN. 1919-1924
      17 items
    • Box 10
      Sweeney, Mrs. Mildred McN. 1923-1925
      9 items

      by John Dos Passos

    • Box 10
      Sweeney, Mr. and Mrs. Peter 1926
      2 items

      by John Dos Passos

    • Box 10
      Swiggett, Howard 1955
      2 items
    • Box 10
      Targ, Mr. 1944

      by John Dos Passos

    • Box 10
      Tameson[?], Storm 1947
    • Box 10
      Taylor, K.P.A. and Louise M.S. 1936
      2 items
    • Box 10
      Terrell, Clayton 1949, n.d.

      with his TMs, "A Missionary Farm"

    • Box 10
      Thereza, Maria 1968
    • Box 10
      Thomas, Mary and Felix n.d.
    • Box 10
      Thomas, Norman 1957
    • Box 10
      Thomas, Norman n.d.

      by John Dos Passos

    • Box 10
      Thompson, H. Keith 1963
      2 items

      by John Dos Passos

    • Box 10
      Thorne, Maurice A. 1964
    • Box 10
      Tindall, William 1947

      re: Edmund Wilson

    • Box 10
      Toiler[?], A. n.d.

      to: "Dear Buddy"

    • Box 10
      Topie 1950
    • Box 10
      Townsend, Atwood H. n.d.
    • Box 10
      Treat, Ida 1933

      by John Dos Passos

    • Box 10
      Trulock, Camilo 1966
    • Box 10
      Trilling, Lionel 1947

      re: Edmund Wilson

    • Box 10
      Tunis, Elizabeth and Edwin 1966-1967
      3 items
    • Box 10
      Tworkov[?], Jack n.d.
    • Box 10
      Unidentified and other miscellaneous correspondance 1900-1963, n.d.
      88 items
    • Box 10
      Vanason[?], W. 1905

      to: "Master Madison"

    • Box 10
      Van den Arend, Hood D. 1922
    • Box 10
      Van den Arend, Frederick (Van) 1918-1929, n.d.
      19 items
    • Box 10
      Van Doren, Mark n.d.

      by John Dos Passos

    • Box 10
      Van Nostrand, Albert 1961
    • Box 10
      Vera, Francisco 1941
    • Box 10
      Verissimo, Enrico 1959-1970
      18 items
    • Box 10
      Vestry of Cople Parish 1969

      by John Dos Passos

    • Box 10
      Virginia, University Library of 1944, 1961-1961, n.d.
      18 items

      by John Dos Passos

    • Box 10
      Vittes, Louis 1936
    • Box 10
      Vlady 1956
    • Box 10
      Vorse, Mary n.d.
      2 items
    • Box 11
      W., Kathrine 1966, n.d.
      2 items
    • Box 11
      Waddington, C.H. n.d.
    • Box 11
      Walcott, John 2
      13 items
    • Box 11
      Walker, Charlie R. and Adelaide 1951-1970, n.d.
      27 items
    • Box 11
      Ward, William Randolph 1964
    • Box 11
      Warren, Leslie Frank 1958
      6 items
    • Box 11
      Warren, Leslie Frank 1958
      3 items

      by John Dos Passos

    • Box 11
      Watson, Sibley (James) 1917-1918
      2 items
    • Box 11
      Welles, Anna 1912
    • Box 11
      Werner, M.R. (Morrie) 1967
    • Box 11
      Werner, Maury R. (Morrie) 1928-1931, n.d.
      17 items

      by John Dos Passos

    • Box 11
      Wertworth, Shamil[?] 1947
    • Box 11
      Wescott, Glenway 1941, 1960
      2 items
    • Box 11
      Western Union 1946

      re: telegram to Dumas Malone

    • Box 11
      Weston, Harold and Faith 1938-1970, n.d.
      13 items
    • Box 11
      Weston, Harold and Faith 1937-1970, n.d.
      46 items

      with photos; by John Dos Passos

    • Box 11
      Wezschneider, Erni ca. 1957
    • Box 11
      White, William W. and Connie 1954-1966, n.d.
      8 items
    • Box 11
      White, William W. and Connie 1954-1980, n.d.

      by John Dos Passos and family

    • Box 11
      White, Fred Jr. 1940
    • Box 11
      White, Sallie L. n.d.

      The Emporia Gazette

    • Box 11
      White, William L. 1964-1970
      4 items
    • Box 11
      Who's Who in America 1923

      biographical entry by John Dos Passos

    • Box 11
      Wilder, Thornton 1941-1942
      2 items
    • Box 11
      Williams, Dickerman C. 1953-1968
      3 items
    • Box 11
      Williams, Roger J. (RJW) 1967
    • Box 11
      Wilson, Edmund (Bunny) 1932-1970, n.d.
      72 items
    • Box 11
      Wilson, James 1940
    • Box 11
      Wisconsin University Union 1953

      re: lecture

    • Box 11
      Wood, Grant 1939
    • Box 11
      Woods, Major General L.E. 1946
    • Box 11
      Woolcott, Alexander 1941
    • Box 11
      Wright, Cuthbert n.d.
      3 items
    • Box 11
      Zebrock, Stephen 1967
  • Box 11
    General correspondence between others
    • Box 11
      Baldwin, Mrs. and Wallis Warfield Windsor n.d.
    • Box 11
      Cope, Thomas P. and Aunt Madgie 1919
    • Box 11
      Foley, Mr. and W. J. Rachow 1924
    • Box 11
      Frank, Waldo n.d.
    • Box 11
      Gantt, Dr. William Horsley and Takashi Hayashi 1967
    • Box 11
      Barry, Griffin and C.A. 1919
    • Box 11
      Fay[?] and Esme and Ken Kramer n.d.
    • Box 11
      Mapes, Mary and George W. Pierson 1965
    • Box 11
      Murphy, Gerald, and Dawn Powell, Dudley Poore and unidentified 1936-1944
      5 items
    • Box 11
      Norton, Eliot and his brother, Dick 1915
      2 items
    • Box 11
      Powell, Dawn and Pauline Hemingway 1936
    • Box 11
      Shay, Mr. and Richard Greenleaf 1935
  • Box 12-15
    Family correspondence with Dos Passos
    • Box 12
      Darneille, H.S. (Aunt Nettie[?]) n.d.
      8 items
    • Box 12
      Dos Passos, Cyril F. 1958-1970
      3 items
    • Box 12
      Dos Passos, Katharine Smith (wife) 1928-1945, n.d.
      226 items (11 folders)
    • Box 13
      Dos Passos, Katharine Smith (wife) 1930-1945, n.d.
      245 items (16 folders)

      by John Dos Passos

    • Box 14
      Dos Passos, Louis (half brother) 1940-1958
      9 items
    • Box 14
      Dos Passos, Lucy Addison Sprigg Madison (mother) ca. 1903-1910, n.d.
      89 items
    • Box 14
      Dos Passos, Lucy Addison Sprigg Madison (mother) 1904-1912
      76 items

      by John Dos Passos

    • Box 14-15
      Dos Passos, John Randolph Sr. (father) 1901-1917, n.d.
      ca. 459 items (7 folders)
    • Box 15
      Dos Passos, John Randolph Sr. (father) 1911-1912, n.d.
      9 items

      by John Dos Passos

    • Box 15
      Edward (uncle) 1906
    • Box 15
      Katherine (cousin) n.d.
    • Box 15
      Madison, James (half brother) 1913-1914
      3 items
    • Box 15
      Pifer, Ida Little (father's cousin) 1921-1945, n.d.
      7 items
    • Box 15
      Riely, James (uncle), Aunt Mamie and Lucy Virginia 1918, n.d.
      2 items
    • Box 15
      Saran, F.H. (cousin) 1947
    • Box 15
      Smith, William Benjamin Jr. (brother-in-law) 1920, n.d.
      4 items
    • Box 15
      Smith, William Benjamin Sr. (father-in-law) 1934
    • Box 15
      Smith, Y.K. (brother-in-law) n.d.
    • Box 15
      Sprigg, Lois A. 1918-1919
      2 items
    • Box 15
      Sprigg, Rodney S. 1966
    • Box 15
      Towne, Gne (uncle) n.d.
    • Box 15
      Unidentified 1901-1904
      2 items
  • Box 16-17
    Family correspondence between others
    • Box 16
      Branham, Mrs. C. (Auntie Millo) to Katharine Dos Passos 1934
    • Box 16
      Dos Passos, Bessie and Francisca to JRDP, Sr. (their uncle) 1902
      2 items
    • Box 16
      Dos Passos, John R., Sr. to Ida Pifer (his cousin) 1900-1912, n.d.
      174 items (5 folders)
    • Box 17
      Dos Passos, John R. Sr. to Lucy S. Madison 1892-1913, n.d.
      228 items (9 folders)
    • Box 17
      Madison, James to Lucy S. Madison (his mother) 1885, 1913
      2 items
    • Box 17
      Madison, Lucy S. to John R. Dos Passos Sr. 1909, n.d.
      9 items
    • Box 17
      Merrill, Katie to Katharine Dos Passos (her aunt) 1943
    • Box 17
      Smith, William B. to Katharine Dos Passo (his daughter) and William (his son) 1931
    • Box 17
      Smith, William B. to Katharine Dos Passos (his sister) 1940
    • Box 17
      Sprigg, Lucy Addison (John Dos Passos's mother) to her mother and brother 1865
    • Box 17
      Will to Lucy S. Madison (his sister) 1899
    • Box 17
      Unidentified 1904, n.d.
      ca. 30 items
  • Box 18-21
    Publisher related correspondence with Dos Passos
    • Box 18
      American Book Company 1948-1954
      10 items
    • Box 18
      Bass, Basil N. (attorney) 1947-1949
      6 items
    • Box 18
      Bataille, Marie Louise 1949-1950
      7 items
    • Box 18
      Beaufort, Ed, 1947
    • Box 18
      Boni and Gaer, Inc. 1947-1948
      3 items
    • Box 18
      Brandt and Brandt 1926-1956
      ca. 78 items
    • Box 18-20
      Brandt and Brandt 1929-1957
      2,486 items (11 folders)

      "Dos Passos File"

    • Box 20
      Busch, Kurt 1960
    • Box 20
      Casa Editrice Mondadori 1945-1956
      21 items
    • Box 20
      Constable and Company, Ltd. 1939-1953, n.d.
      44 items
    • Box 20
      Curtis Brown, Ltd. 1948-1956
      57 items
    • Box 20
      Dodd, Mead and Company 1953-1955
      4 items
    • Box 20
      Doubleday and Company 1946-1965
      25 items
    • Box 20
      Doubleday, Doran and Company 1941-1945
      16 items
    • Box 20
      Esquire 1948-1951
      10 items
    • Box 20
      Éditions Bernard Grasset 1946-1952
      4items
    • Box 20
      Éditions Du Sagittaire 1948
    • Box 20
      Editorial Hermes 1956
    • Box 20
      Franz J. Horch Associates 1926-1972, n.d.
      ca. 300 items (2 folders)
    • Box 20
      George H. Doran Company 1921
    • Box 20
      George Routledge and Sons, Ltd. 1943-1949, n.d.
      12 items
    • Box 20
      Harcourt, Brace and Company 1941-1942
      8 items
    • Box 20
      Harper and Brothers 1925-1955
      8 items
    • Box 20
      Heath and Company, Ltd., A. M. 1938-1943
      7 items
    • Box 20
      Henry Holt Company n.d.
    • Box 20
      Hills, Mr. 1962-1963
      2 items
    • Box 21
      Houghton Mifflin Company 1942-1975
      137 items (2 folders)
    • Box 21
      Hurst and Blackett 1949
    • Box 21
      Jacques Chambrun, Inc. 1945-1949
      31 items
    • Box 21
      John Lehmann, Ltd. 1949-1953
      7 items
    • Box 21
      Lawrence Smith Agency 1943-1956, n.d.
      27 items
    • Box 21
      Libraire Gaston Gallimard 1945-1951
      6 items
    • Box 21
      Libreria Internacional del Peru 1949
      2 items
    • Box 21
      Life 1945-1951
      6 items
    • Box 21
      Literary Corporation of America 1947
      2 items
    • Box 21
      Miscellaneous 1941-1955, n.d.
    • Box 21
      The Modern Library 1946
    • Box 21
      The Nation 1924
      2 items
    • Box 21
      NBC 1947-1949
      6 items
    • Box 21
      New Republic 1916
    • Box 21
      New Statesman and Nation 1932
    • Box 21
      Peat, Harold R. (lectures agent) 1951-1955
      ca. 90 items
    • Box 21
      Permission Requests 1947-1963, n.d.
      92 items
    • Box 21
      Pocket Books 1954
    • Box 21
      Random House 1946-1948
      3 items
    • Box 21
      Reader's Digest 1958-1962
      5 items
    • Box 21
      Robert Hale, Ltd. 1955
    • Box 21
      Russell, Diamuid 1943
    • Box 21
      Sadler, Michael 1941-1947
      10 items
    • Box 21
      Selz, George 1946, n.d.
      8 items
    • Box 21
      Simon and Schuster 1932-1951
      3 items
    • Box 21
      Spanos, Nick 1950-1961, n.d.
      10 items
    • Box 21
      Story and The Story Press 1947-1950
      4 items
    • Box 21
      Time 1947-1952
      10 items
    • Box 21
      William H. Wise and Company 1940-1951
      3 items
    • Box 21
      Williams, C. Dickerson (attorney) 1957-1960
      4 items
Writings (manuscripts, speeches and research)
Series II
  • Box 22-109
    Published works on society, politics, history and travel
    • Box 22-23
      Adventures of a Young Man (1939) 1931-ca. 1939

      Manuscript draft, ca. 1939 (4 folders) Background data, 1931 Publisher's setting copy, ca. 1939

    • Box 23
      Airways, Inc (1928) 1925-1929, n.d.

      Manuscript draft, Act III, n.d. Author's text emendations, 1925-1929 (also includes The Garbage Man text

    • Box 24-26
      The Best Times (1966) ca. 1965-1968

      Notes and outlines, ca. 1965-1966 Early manuscript drafts, ca. 1965-1966 (7 folders) Final manuscript drafts, ca. 1965-1966 (6 folders) Reviews, 1966-1968

    • Box 26-29
      The Big Money (1936) ca. 1932-1956[?], n.d.

      Notes and outlines, ca. 1932-1936 (3 folders) Early manuscript drafts, ca. 1932-1936 (4 folders) Publisher's setting copy, ca. 1932-1936 (4 folders) Later revisions, TV adaptation and correspondence, ca. 1932-1956[?], n.d.

    • Box 30-33
      Brazil on the Move (1963) 1945-1964, n.d.

      Notes and outlines, 1959-1963 (3 folders) Manuscript drafts, ca. 1962-1963 (6 folders) Publisher's setting copy and galleys, 1963 (2 folders) Background data and photos (5 folders) Portuguese books on Brazil, 1945-1961, n.d. (8 folders) Reviews, 1963-1964

    • Box 34-41
      Century's Ebb: The Thirteenth Chronicle (1975) 1959-1970, n.d.

      Notes and outlines, Parts I-V, n.d. (2 folders) Miscellaneous notes, n.d. (2 folders) Manuscript drafts, Part I, n.d. (8 folders) Manuscript drafts, Part II, n.d. (11 folders) Manuscript drafts, Part III, n.d. (6 folders) Manuscript drafts, Part IV, n.d. (5 folders) Manuscript drafts, Part V, n.d. (7 folders) Manuscript drafts not used in final version, n.d. Printer's master copy, 1975 (9 folders) TMs, final version, 1975 (8 folders) Research, Parts II, III, V and miscellaneous, 1959-1970, n.d. (5 folders) Related correspondence, 1967-1969, 8 items

    • Box 41-45
      Chosen Country (1951) 1949-1950, 1952, n.d.

      Notes and outlines, 1949-1950 Early manuscript drafts, 1949-1950 (8 folders) Later manuscript drafts, 1949-1950 (5 folders) Publisher's setting copy, 1949-1950 (4 folders) TMs, final version, 1949-1950 (4 folders) Print copies: Omnibook abridgement and Chapter 7 fragment, 1952, n.d.

    • Box 46-47
      Easter Island: Island of Enigmas (1971) ca. 1970-1971, n.d.

      Manuscript drafts, n.d. (5 folders) Galleys, proofs and photographs, ca. 1970-1971 (4 folders) Research and background data, 1970, n.d. (2 folders) Related correspondence, 1970

    • Box 48
      Facing the Chair (1927) n.d.

      Early manuscript drafts, 1920s Newsclip, John Dos Passos letter to Harvard president, Lawrence Lowell, 8 Aug. 1927

    • Box 48
      The 42nd Parallel (1930) ca. 1930, ca. 1956, 1964

      Notes, ca. 1930 Early manuscript drafts, ca. 1930 (2 folders) Later reworked manuscript drafts, ca. 1956, ca. 1956 Print copy text excerpts, ca. 1930 Correspondence re: Czech edition, 1964 Reviews, 1930

    • Box 48
      The Garbage Man (1926) ca. 1925-1929

      Early manuscript draft, ca. 1925 Author's text emendations, 1925-1929

    • Box 49-50
      The Grand Design (1949) 1945-1949, n.d.

      Notes and outlines, 1945-1949, n.d. (3 folders) Early manuscript drafts, 1945-1949 (3 folders) Later manuscript drafts, 1945-1949 (4 folders) Publisher's setting copy, 1949 (2 folders) Background data, 1949

    • Box 51-52
      The Great Days (1958) ca. 1956-1958

      Notes, ca. 1956-1958 Early manuscript drafts, ca. 1956-1958 (3 folders) Later manuscript drafts, ca. 1956-1958 Final manuscript drafts, ca. 1956-1958 (3 folders) TMs, final version, ca. 1956-1958

    • Box 53-54
      The Ground We Stand On (1941) ca. 1941-1942

      Notes, ca. 1941 Manuscript drafts, Parts I-III, ca. 1941 (7 folders) Publisher's setting copy, ca. 1941 (3 folders) Book's dust jacket, ca. 1941 Reviews, 1941-1942

    • Box 55-57
      The Head and Heart of Thomas Jefferson (1954) 1941-1954, n.d.

      Early manuscript drafts, 1944-1954 (8 folders) Later manuscript drafts, 1944-1954 (6 folders) Publisher's setting copy, 1944-1954 (4 folders) Background research and miscellaneous, 1941-1954, n.d. (3 folders) Reviews, 1954

    • Box 58
      In All Countries (1934) 1927-1929, 1934-1935, n.d.

      Notes, manuscript drafts, proofs, and reworked articles, 1927-1929, n.d. Reviews, 1934-1935

    • Box 58
      Journeys Between Wars (1938) 1938-1939, n.d.

      Notes, n.d. Manuscript drafts, n.d. (2 folders) Reviews, 1938-1939

    • Box 58-59
      Manhattan Transfer (1925) ca. 1920s, 1960, n.d.

      Notes, ca. 1920s Early manuscript drafts, ca. 1924 Later manuscript drafts, ca. 1925 (3 folders) Manuscript draft of "Introduction" text to Portuguese translation, 1960 Review (by D.H. Lawrence), n.d.

    • Box 59-64
      The Men Who Made the Nation (1957) 1955-1956, ca. 1957

      Notes and outlines, ca. 1957 (6 folders) Early manuscript drafts, ca. 1957 (12 folders) Later manuscript drafts, ca. 1957 (10 folders) Related correspondence, 1955-1956

    • Box 64-69
      Midcentury (1961) 1954-1958, ca. 1960-1964, n.d.

      Notes and outlines, ca. 1960-1963 (2 folders) Early manuscript drafts, ca. 1960 (7 folders) Later manuscript drafts, ca. 1960 (3 folders) TMs, final version, ca. 1960 (4 folders) Publisher's setting copy, ca. 1960 (4 folders) Galleys, proofs and print excerpts, 1960 (3 folders) Background and related correspondence, 1954-1958, n.d. (4 folders) Reviews, 1960-1964

    • Box 70-76
      Mr. Wilson's War (1962) ca. 1961-1963, n.d.

      Notes and outlines, n.d (8 folders) Early manuscript drafts, ca. 1961-1962 (12 folders) Later manuscript drafts, ca. 1961-1962 TMs, final version, 1962 (11 folders) Publisher's setting copy, 1962 (7 folders) Source notes and related correspondence, 1961-1962, n.d. Reviews, 1962-1963

    • Box 77-78
      Most Likely to Succeed (1954) ca. 1954, n.d.

      Manuscript notes, ca. 1954 Early manuscript drafts, ca. 1954 (5 folders) Later manuscript drafts, ca. 1954 Final manuscript drafts, ca. 1954 (2 folders) Reviews, n.d.

    • Box 79
      Nineteen Nineteen (1932) ca. 1932

      Manuscript drafts, ca. 1932 (4 folders) Miscellaneous print copy excerpts, ca. 1932

    • Box 79-80
      Number One (1943) ca. 1943-1948, n.d.

      Early manuscript drafts, ca. 1943-1948 (3 folders) TMs, theater version, 1948 TMs with autograph changes used as prize in WW-II Bond campaign, n.d.

    • Box 80-81
      Occasions and Protests (1964) n.d.

      Early manuscript drafts, n.d. (4 folders) Later manuscript drafts, n.d. (3 folders) TMs, final version (2 folders)

    • Box 81
      One Man's Initiation--1917 (1920) ca. 1917-1970, n.d.

      Typescript (with Dudley Poore, TLS), ca. 1917, 1970 TMs, First Sight of War , "A Preface Twenty Five Years Later," n.d. Print text, chapter VI of First Encounter , [a reprinted version of OMI , ca. 1945] Reviews, 1920, 1969

    • Box 82-87
      The Portugal Story (1969) ca. 1968-1969, n.d.

      Notes, ca. 1968 (4 folders) Early manuscript drafts, ca. 1968 (4 folders) Later manuscript drafts with corrections, ca. 1968-1969 (3 folders) TMs, final version, ca. 1968-1969 (4 folders) TMss, "A Preface to the Portuguese Edition," 1968 Publisher's setting copy, 1968-1969 Galleys and proofs, 1968-1969 (3 folders) Publisher's unused manuscript The Enterprise of the Indies ), n.d. (3 folders) Reviews, 1969

    • Box 88-90
      The Prospect Before Us (1950) 1940s-1950

      Notes and outlines, 1940s-1950 (2 folders) Early manuscript drafts, 1945-1950 (4 folders) Later manuscript drafts, 1945-1950 (6 folders) Miscellaneous manuscript pages, 1945-1950 (2 folders) TMs, final version, 1945-1950 (2 folders) Publisher's setting copy, 1945-1950 (5 folders) Publisher's uncorrected proof, 1950

    • Box 91-92
      Prospects of a Golden Age (1959) 1957-ca. 1959, n.d.

      Notes, ca. 1958 (2 folders) Early manuscript drafts, ca. 1959 (5 folders) Later manuscript drafts, ca. 1959 (6 folders) Background data, n.d. Related correspondence, 1957-1958

    • Box 93
      A Pushcart at the Curb (1922) ca.1916-1919, n.d.

      Manuscript drafts with corrections, ca. 1916-1919, n.d. Publisher's setting copy with changes, n.d. Background poetry about Spain, ca. 1916-1919

    • Box 93-94
      Seven Times Round the Walls of Jericho (unpublished) 1917-1920

      Manuscript drafts, 1917-1918 (2 folders) TMs, final version, 1917-1918 (3 folders) TMs, final version (Robert Hillyer signed copy), 1917-1918 Related correspondence, 1919-1920

    • Box 95-101
      The Shackles of Power: Three Jeffersonian Decades (1966) 1958-1966, n.d.

      Notes and outlines, 1958-1965, n.d. (13 folders) Early manuscript drafts, ca. 1966 (5 folders) Later manuscript drafts, ca. 1966 (5 folders) TMs, randomly arranged, unmarked pages, ca. 1966 (6 folders) Publisher's setting copy, 1966 (6 folders) Publisher's proofs, ca. 1966 (4 folders) Reviews, 1966

    • Box 101-102
      State of the Nation (1944) ca. 1942-1944

      Notes, ca. 1942-1944 Manuscript drafts, ca. 1942-1944 (6 folders) Miscellaneous manuscript drafts, ca. 1942-1944 Publisher's setting copy, 1944 (2folders) Reviews, 1944

    • Box 103
      Streets of Night (1923) 1922

      Manuscript drafts, 1922

    • Box 103-104
      The Theme is Freedom (1956) ca. 1956

      Miscellaneous manuscript drafts, essays and notes, ca. 1956 (5 folders) Final manuscript drafts, ca. 1956 (2 folders)

    • Box 104
      Three Plays: The Garbage Man, Airways, Inc. and Fortune (1934) 1934-1936

      TMs, Fortune Heights , ca. 1934 (2 folders) Reviews, 1934-1936

    • Box 104
      Three Soldiers (1921) 1921, 1932, n.d.

      Manuscript draft, "Introduction" to Three Soldiers , n.d. TMs drafts of "Preface" to the novel, 1932 Review ("John Dos Passos Lies!" by Norman S. Hall), 1921

    • Box 104
      Thomas Jefferson: The Making of a President (1964) 1964

      Publisher's setting copy, 1964

    • Box 105-107
      Tour of Duty (1946) ca. 1942-1946, n.d.

      Notes and outlines, including a notebook entitled "Berlin 1945," ca. 1944-1945, n.d. (3 folders); Early manuscript drafts, ca. 1944-1945, n.d. (3 folders); Later manuscript drafts, ca. 1944-1945, n.d. (6 folders); Miscellaneous manuscripts not used in final version, ca. 1942-1945, n.d. Publisher's setting copy, 1945 (2 folders); Background relating to WWII Europe and the Pacific, ca. 1942-1946, n.d. (3 folders)

    • Box 108
      U.S.A. (1938) (1. The 42nd Parallel , 2. Nineteen Nineteen , 3. The Big Money ) 1938, ca. 1956, n.d.

      Notes on organization of the trilogy, n.d. Publisher's proofs Reviews, 1938 TS: A Suggested Treatment of the Dos Passos Trilogy: U.S.A. , ca. 1956 Notes of dramatic and "proposed" film versions of U.S.A. , 1956-1960 (5 folders) Record set: U.S.A. Selections from the 42nd Parallel (See audio T-150)

    • Box 109
      U.S.A.: A Dramatic Revue (1960) (in collaboration with Paul Shyre) ca. 1960, 1971-1983, n.d.

      TMs, with corrections, ca. 1960 (2 folders) TMss, final versions, ca. 1950 (2 folders) Print programs and photo of U.S.A. drama presentations, 1971-1983, n.d.

    • Box 109
      World in a Glass: A View of Our Century (1966) 1965-1966

      Page proofs, 1965 (2 folders) Reviews, 1966

  • Box 110-112
    Contributions to books, periodicals and newspapers
    • Box 110
      Adlai Stevenson: Patrician with a Mission/ National Review 1956
    • Box 110
      Against American Literature/ National Review 1916
    • Box 110
      The American Cause / by Russell Kirk/Foreword / by John Dos Passos 1966
    • Box 110
      The American Theatre: 1930-1931/ New Republic 1931
    • Box 110
      Another Plea for Recognition/ New Republic 1934
    • Box 110
      Antonio Machado: An Introduction/ Eighty Poems of Antonio Machado 1957
    • Back Home in 1919/ Esquire 1933

      Japanese first edition reprint (1989)

    • Box 110
      Back to Red Hysteria!/ New Republic 1930
    • Box 110
      The Battle of San Francisco/ National Review 1964
    • Box 110
      The Bomb / by Frank Harris/Introduction / by John Dos Passos
      1963
    • Box 110
      Carlos Tresca/ Nation 1943
    • Box 110
      A Case of Conscience/ Common Sense 1935
    • Box 110
      The City of Burnished Copper/ Choate News, Fiction Supplement 1911
    • Box 110
      The Communist Party and the War Spirit/ Common Sense 1937
    • Box 110
      The Death of James Dean/ Esquire 1958

      reprint edition (1973)

    • Box 110
      The Death of José Robles/ New Republic 1939
    • Box 110
      Did the New Playwrights Theatre Fail[?]/ New Masses 1929
    • Box 110
      Everybody Knows the Mayor/ Liberty 1945
    • Box 110
      The Failure of Marxism/ Life 1945
    • Box 111
      Farewell to Europe/ Common Sense 1937
    • Box 111
      Faulkner/ National Review 1963
    • Box 111
      First Love/ Harvard Monthly 1915
    • Box 111
      From "Simonides" (poem)/ Harvard Monthly 1916
    • Box 111
      The General/ The Modern Millwheel 1950
      2 folders
    • Box 111
      Have You Thought of the Immigrants/ Common Sense 1936
    • Box 111
      A Humble Protest/ Harvard Monthly 1916
    • Box 111
      In Defense of Kentucky/ New Republic 1931
    • Box 111
      Lendas da India / by Gaspar Correa/ New York Times book review 1969
    • Box 111
      Les Lauriers Sont Coupés Harvard Monthly 1916
    • Box 111
      Lese Majeste/ New Masses 1927
    • Box 111
      Lines to a Lady (poem)/ The American Caravan 1927
    • Box 111
      The Living Thoughts of Tom Paine/ Living Thoughts Library 1940
    • Box 111
      A Memory (poem)/ Eight Harvard Poets 1917
    • Box 111
      Metropolis (poem) / by Manuel Maples Arce/Trans. / by John Dos Passos 1929
    • Box 111
      Mr. Dos Passos on "Him"/ New York Times 1928
    • Box 111
      The New Masses I'd Like/ New Masses 1926
    • Box 111
      Night-Piece (poem)/ Harvard Monthly 1916
    • Box 111
      1968/ National Review 1968
    • Box 111
      On The Way To A Moon Landing/ U.S. Information Service ca. 1969
    • Box 112
      Paint the Revolution!/ New Masses 1927
    • Box 112
      Panama / by Blaise Cendrars/Trans. and Illus. / by John Dos Passos 1931
    • Box 112
      Please, Mr. Rip Van Winkle, Wake Up Some More/ National Review 1964
    • "Prairies" (poem)/ Harvard Monthly 1915

      his first published poem

    • Box 112
      A Question of Elbow Room/ Essays in Individuality 1958
    • Box 112
      Refugees Still Suffering (letter to the editor)/ New York Times 1940
    • Box 112
      Response to Orville C. Pratt's letter/ New Republic 1936
    • Box 112
      Satire As a Way of Seeing (intro. / by John Dos Passos)/ Interregnum / by Geo. Grosz 1937
    • Box 112
      Science Under Siege/ NY Herald Tribune 1952
    • Box 112
      The Shepherd/ Harvard Monthly 1916
    • Box 112
      Snarling Diplomats (book review)/ New Masses 1926
    • Box 112
      The Spaniards Were Here Before Us/ Reader's Digest 1957
    • Box 112
      Ten Days in the Ice Age/ Holiday 1966
    • Box 112
      Thank You Mr. Hitler!/ Common Sense 1933
    • Box 112
      Towards a Revolutionary Theatre/ New Masses 1927
    • Box 112
      23 Juin 1415: Objectif Ceuta/un recit historique de John Dos Passo n.d.
    • Box 112
      Two Eighteenth-Century Careers/ New Republic 1939
    • Box 112
      U.S.A. Revisited/ New York Times 1958
    • Box 112
      Wanted: An Ivy Lee for Liberals (letter to the editor)/ New Republic 1930
    • Box 112
      Washington is the Loneliest City n.d.
    • Box 112
      What Can We Offer the World?/ Spadea Sydicate 1954
    • Box 112
      What Chances of Maintaining a Conservative Opposition?/ National Review 1964
    • Box 112
      Where Do We Go from Here?/ Life 1947
    • Box 112
      The Writer as Technician/ American Writers Congress 1935
  • Box 113-118
    Prose and verse of undetermined publication
    • Box 113
      . . . and graceful steps arousing admiration . . . (portion) 1914
    • Box 113
      A man is shot down the street in New York . . .
    • Box 113
      A meadow of tall grass filled with daisies . . .
    • Box 113
      A single shaded light shows . . . (play re: Williams, Tom and Kitty)
    • Box 113
      Adventures About An Orchard (English 12 theme)
    • Box 113
      After Passing of Conscription (poem) 1917, n.d.
    • Box 113
      Afterglow
    • Box 113
      An Unreconstructed Jeffersonian
    • Box 113
      The Arab was better than his word
    • Box 113
      The Architecture of the White House
    • Box 113
      Art and Aspiration (Art and Baseball)
    • Box 113
      As the literal-minded young men of the FBI have occasionally reminded me . . .
    • Box 113
      August Twilight (poem)
    • Box 113
      Back in Washington I went around to see a labor statistician . . .
    • Barcelona of the Bombs 1919, n.d.
    • Box 113
      The Beginning of the Contemporary Chronicles
    • Box 113
      Blck, blotched with faces of men . . . 1918, n.d.
    • Box 113
      Blueprint for the future
    • Box 113
      Born in Chicago in the year McKinley was elected . . . [autobiographical draft]
    • Box 113
      Brazil by Willys, Houseboat and Taxi Plane
      2 folders
    • Box 113
      Bryan
    • Box 113
      Bubbles and the Sea-Wind (poem)
    • Box 113
      Can't I fly up to you, oh golden moon . . . (poem)
    • Box 113
      Chicago's Morning Colonel
    • Box 113
      City Twilight (poem--English 5, weekly theme)
    • Box 114
      The Classical Tradition in English Literature
      2 folders
    • Box 114
      Conversations in Italy
    • Box 114
      Could I but still my doubt . . . (poem--on verso of Wright McCormick ALS)
    • Box 114
      A Country Lawyer Come[?] to Town
    • Box 114
      Country Road (poem)
    • Box 114
      Dead Failure (poem)
    • Box 114
      Debs was a railroad man
    • Box 114
      Discurso Inaugural 1962
    • Box 114
      England Under Labor 1947, n.d.
    • Box 114
      The Established Order
    • Box 114
      Ever since . . . I started to do some research on . . . Tom Paine's writing
    • Box 114
      The Fall of Aaron Burr ca. 1964
      6 folders
    • Box 115
      First aid instructions
    • Box 115
      The Formative Decade
    • Box 115
      Fragments d'une Enfance Bruxelloise
    • Box 115
      Freedom and the Writer
    • Box 115
      The Future of Socialism
    • Box 115
      Genre (poem)
    • Box 115
      The Great Conspiracy
    • Box 115
      The Great Depression
    • Box 115
      Grotesque (poem) ca. 1917-1925
    • Box 115
      Guipuzcoa 1923
    • Box 115
      Hans Christian Goldwyn
    • Box 115
      The Hedgehog of the Middle East
    • Box 115
      How hard it is to write truthfully
    • Box 115
      I arise from dreams of anisette . . . (poem)
    • Box 115
      If a foreigner should ask me what Americans were like in 1946 . . .
    • Box 115
      Ike Hall
    • Box 115
      Ils m'ont graissée avec des onguents . . .
    • Box 115
      In dusk dark figures move . . . (poem)
    • Box 115
      In Madrid the picture was fairly simple
    • Box 115
      Introduction to [_?_] Anthology
    • Box 115
      Introductory: Sinbad was in bad . . ., 1968
    • Box 115
      It was a very humbling experience . . .
    • Box 115
      It is largely because you proved yourself a conscientious liberal
    • Box 115
      It is tragic that Scott Fitzgerald did not live to finish The Last Tycoon
    • Box 115
      It was puzzlement more than disillusionment I suffered from
    • Box 115
      It was somewhere during years of the early New Deal . . .
    • Box 115
      It's a trite old saying that we never know when we are well off
    • Box 115
      It's almost thirty years since I first knew Spain
    • Box 115
      Japan, for a hundred years now . . .
    • Box 115
      Ladies Orchestra (poem)
    • Box 115
      The Land Where the Rockfish Rules (with snapshots of John Dos Passos)
    • Box 115
      Little Green Frogs
    • Box 115
      Madeira (English 12 Composition) 1915
    • Box 115
      The Marines takeover Internal Revenue
    • Box 115
      Meditation on the Great Tradition
    • Box 115
      Memo from DP to DP, Re: "Take the Cheese Away from the Table"
    • Box 115
      Minstrels (poem)
    • Box 115
      Moon-Struck (poem)
    • Box 115
      The Moth (poem)
    • Box 116
      Mr. Hervey Meaghan, the Mayor explained the city's program . . .
    • Box 116
      Mr. Roosevelt's Crusade
    • Box 116
      My Mother was a Lady (poem)
    • Box 116
      My name is James Carey . . .
    • Box 116
      Nectarines (revised)
    • Box 116
      Nectarines and Boulogne-sur-Mer
    • Box 116
      Nettlefire (poem) ca. 1917-1925
    • Box 116
      Nobody can ever forget their first reading of Dostoevski . . .
    • Box 116
      Not long ago I received a letter from some German students . . .
    • Box 116
      A Note on Fitzgerald
    • Box 116
      The Novel as Chronicle
    • Box 116
      The Novelist Talks About History
    • Box 116
      Old Danielson . . . a corresponding member of the British Israel Society . . .
    • Box 116
      The Old Order (poem)
    • Box 116
      On one of the barges . . . (poem) ca. 1918
    • Box 116
      On Reading of the Death of Debussy (poem), ca. 1918
    • Box 116
      One Man Has the Nerve
    • Box 116
      One of the advantages of surviving for a few years . . ., ca. 1955
    • Box 116
      Our little expedition wasn't without comic relief
    • Box 116
      The Past (poem) ca. 1917-1925
    • Box 116
      A Pastoral
    • Box 116
      Perhaps the next most vivid recollection is of swimming lessons . . .
    • Box 116
      Pictures to Look At/A Manhattan Primitive ca. 1917-1925
    • Box 116
      Preface to the English Edition: The first book I ever wrote
    • Box 116
      Project outline for a possible libertarian pamphlet
    • Box 116
      Retrospect--1932 (V)
    • Box 116
      Richard Aldington
    • Box 116
      The Sack of Corinth ca. 1917-1925
    • Box 116
      The Sacred Streets of Baltimore
    • Box 116
      Santa Theresa
    • Box 116
      The Shop Window (poem)
    • Box 116
      The Smile on the Face of the Tiger ca. 1917-1925
    • Box 116
      Sometime after we had all left Harlan County . . .
    • Box 116
      Sonnet (poem--English 5 theme)
    • Box 116
      Sonnet (poem)
    • Box 116
      Spanish Tragedy
    • Box 116
      Spoiled Workers
    • Box 116
      Stories of Ramon Ferriere
    • Box 116
      Summer Rain (poem)
    • Box 116
      Sunrise (poem)
    • Box 116
      That Garden of Sedate Philosophy (poem)
    • Box 116
      The Armory Show was a real jolt . . .
    • Box 116
      The house was still, smelt of coal oil . . . (poem)
    • Box 116
      The only time I met the man . . .
    • Box 116
      The is Opossum's Other Book
    • Box 116
      This was in December, 1937 though I saw it dimly . . .
    • Box 116
      To relieve monotony of a work on one subject, we will extract from a diary . . .
    • Box 116
      To _______ (poem)
    • Box 116
      Trains, Fragments of Memories (English 12 Composition VI) 1914
    • Box 116
      The Trials of Louise
    • Box 116
      The Truth about Visual Training 1941-1975, n.d.
    • Box 117
      The Ultimate Victory of Aunt Ella ca. 1917-1925
    • Box 117
      Untitled Screenplay [produced as The Devil is a Woman with Marlene Dietrich] (1934)
    • Box 117
      The Use of the Past
    • Box 117
      We live in the golden age of print
    • Box 117
      When I spent a couple of months in Madrid . . .
    • Box 117
      When I started Manhattan Transfer thirty or more years ago my aim was . . .
    • Box 117
      The World is a golden orchard . . . (poem)
    • Box 117
      The Wreck of the Marie Celeste (poem)
  • Box 117
    Prose and verse of undetermined authorship and publication
    • Box 117
      The Altruist ca. 1917-1925
    • Box 117
      Cecelia and Chorus (poem) [portion]
    • Box 117
      Crescent Moon (poem)
    • Box 117
      Debs was a railroad man . . .
    • Box 117
      Hill-Top Pasture (poem)
    • Box 117
      How you are gone when I can say . . . (poem)
    • Box 117
      I was sitting in a little house . . . (poem)
    • Box 117
      La Estrella de Sevilla (unsigned play)
    • Box 117
      Largo
    • Box 117
      Marietta-August (poem)
    • Box 117
      Nip and Tuck/A Black Song and Dance
    • Box 117
      The Philosopher (poem)
    • Box 117
      Places in France (poems)
    • Box 117
      Release (poem)
    • Box 117
      Revolution ca. 1917-1925
    • Box 117
      Scene: A salon in a fashionable pension in Paris . . . (untitled play)
    • Box 117
      Sever Eleven[?] (poem)
    • Box 117
      Sonnet (poem)/(verso)/A Farewell (poem) [with print poem: Sonnet / by Wm. A. Norris]
    • Box 117
      Sonnet XL /&/ To a Scarlatti Passepied (poems) / by Robt. Silliman Hillyer 1916, n.d.
    • Box 117
      War (poem)
  • Box 117-118
    Speech material
    • Box 117
      About Brazil (various) 1958-1963
    • Box 117
      National Review (10th anniversary dinner) 1965
    • Box 117
      NBC-TV (panelist) 1962
    • Box 117
      Pavlovian Laboratory ("Objective Description") 1955
    • Box 117
      Pavlovian Society
    • Box 117
      Portuguese Union n.d.
    • Box 118
      Princeton University 1957
    • Box 118
      Readings of his published works n.d.
      2 folders
    • Box 118
      San Jose State College (convocation address) 1964
    • Box 118
      University of Virginia (on Jefferson) 1957
    • Box 118
      Untitled speech drafts n.d.
    • Box 118
      Washington and Lee University (on journalism) ca. 1952
  • Box 118-121
    Research and background
    • Box 118
      American and English history n.d.
      3 folders
    • Box 119
      Jefferson and the Jeffersonian Era n.d.
      7 folders
    • Box 119
      Italy n.d.
    • Box 119
      Labor union issues 1929-1960
    • Box 120
      Newspaper captions 1914-1922, n.d.
    • Box 120
      1930s-1940s
      3 folders
    • Box 120
      Russia/USSR 1929-1936, n.d.
    • Box 120-121
      Miscellaneous notebooks n.d.
      3 folders
    • Box 121
      Loose drafts and notes n.d.
      4 folders
Personal
Box: 122-139
Series III
  • Box 122
    Artwork by John Dos Passos
    • Box 122
      Catalogues of John Dos Passos' art showings 1960-1981
    • Box 122
      Pencil sketch (color imposed on photograph)/jeep driving over a hill n.d.
    • Box 122
      Pencil sketch/"Clowns" n.d.
    • Box 122
      Pencil sketches (untitled)/figures and faces n.d.
    • Box 122
      Pencil sketches (untitled)/roof lines, trees and steeple peak n.d.
    • Box 122
      Photographic prints/of Dos Passos' sketch and watercolor art n.d.
    • Box 122
      Watercolor (1998 Christmas card color print)/"Feria Seville" 1923
    • Box 122
      Watercolor (Esquire magazine color print)/"Port of New York" 1933
  • Box 122
    Artwork collected by John Dos Passos
    • Box 122
      Cachet (color printed)/"Bird's Eye View of Alexandria, Va." n.d.
    • Box 122
      Card (color printed)/Pierre L'ermite Prêchant Première Croisade 1903
    • Box 122
      Caricature (newsprint)/John Randolph Dos Passos (father) n.d.
    • Box 122
      Color printed copies (6)/canines / by Meakin [Louisa "Auntie Lou" Meakin?] n.d.
    • Box 122
      Drawing (untitled copy)/young woman with head resting on hand / by [?] n.d.
    • Box 122
      Drawing (untitled copy)/young woman's head / by Jerry Farnsworth 1957
    • Box 122
      Drawing/Menemsha House-- / by Adolf Dehn n.d.
      Physical Location: Oversize: E-8
    • Box 122
      Drawings/"Mooring designed for John Dos Passo" / by C. Waugh
    • Box 122
      Music record collection listing
    • Box 122
      Music sheet/Cinq M໩lodies--by Wells Hivley 1930
      Physical Location: Oversize: P-14
    • Box 122
      Music audio tape (untitled)/martial and Latin music n.d.
    • Box 122
      Pen-and-ink caricature/of Dos Passos/from André Deutsch and Nicozas Bentley
    • Box 122
      Pen-and-ink sketch (untitled, unsigned)/farm worker n.d.
    • Box 122
      Pen-and-ink sketch/"darcelona 1951" / by Vlady [Vladimir Orloff] 1951
    • Box 122
      Pen-and-ink sketches (4)/bullfighters, bulls and horses / by Jose Robles 1913
    • Box 122
      Pencil sketch (unsigned)/man in repose n.d.
    • Box 122
      Pencil sketch (untitled and unsigned)/building lines and tree n.d.
    • Box 122
      Pencil sketch (untitled and unsigned)/nude n.d.
    • Box 122
      Pencil sketches (untitled)/man behind bars / by Quintanilla/and felines/(unsigned)
    • Box 122
      Pencil sketches/(unsigned) "Cathedral-Lausanne" and "Loggia degli Ozii Milano"
    • Box 122
      Photographic prints (2)/of Diego Rivera's art 1927, n.d.
      Physical Location: Oversize: E-8
    • Box 122
      Photographic prints (4)/(untitled, unsigned), museum murals, equine, Venus images
    • Box 122
      Photographic prints (4)/of José Clemente Orozeo's art 1925-1927, n.d.
    • Box 122
      Print/Asia map n.d.
      Physical Location: Oversize: Tray-58
    • Box 122
      Prints/desert scenery-- / by Jean Lurçat
      Physical Location: Oversize: E-8
    • Box 122
      Sketch (untitled printed copy)/moored sailboats / by E.B. Antiveysen
    • Box 122
      Sketch (untitled)/Christmas tree trimming frolic--/Ward[?] Gaylor
      Physical Location: Oversize: E-8
    • Box 122
      Sketch (untitled)/church view through window-- / by Jerry Farnsworth
      Physical Location: Oversize: E-8
    • Box 122
      Sketch (untitled)/dancing couple-- / by M. Gimene 1962
      Physical Location: Oversize: E-8
    • Box 122
      Sketch (untitled)/man and woman sitting by kettle / by Glinten Kamp 1927
    • Box 122
      Sketch (untitled)/man sitting in jail cell-- / by Luis Quintanilla 1934
      Physical Location: Oversize: E-8
    • Box 122
      Sketch (untitled)/nude woman reclining-- / by Milton Horn 1932
      Physical Location: Oversize: E-8
    • Box 122
      Sketch (untitled)/nude, castle and horseman-- / by Antonio Gattorno n.d.
      Physical Location: Oversize: E-8
    • Box 122
      Sketch (untitled)/man pointing to obese diner-- / by George Grosz 1938
      Physical Location: Oversize: H-11
    • Box 122
      Sketch (untitled)/village scene-- / by Feliz Sirera 1962
      Physical Location: Oversize: E-8
    • Box 122
      Sketch/John Dos Passos portrait-- / by Willam Johnson L'Engle 1946
      Physical Location: Oversize: E-8
    • Box 122
      Sketch/Le Quartier Latin Paris-- / by Harry Leroy Taskey 1930
      Physical Location: Oversize: E-8
    • Box 122
      Sketch/The Vagrant-- / by Benton M. Spruance 1938
      Physical Location: Oversize: E-8
    • Box 122
      Sketch/Trial Proof-- / by Edwin [Burdett] Tunis n.d.
      Physical Location: Oversize: E-8
    • Box 122
      Watercolor (untitled)/bullfighting arena-- / by Paul Garfunkel n.d.
      Physical Location: Oversize: E-8
    • Box 122
      Watercolor (untitled)/man standing by a seated woman-- / by R. Hover[?]
      Physical Location: Oversize: E-8
    • Box 122
      Watercolor (untitled)/whiskey advertisement-- / by C. Waugh 1933
      Physical Location: Oversize: E-8
    • Box 122
      Watercolor (untitled, unsigned)/elegant woman
    • Box 122
      Watercolor/Accidente Nocturno-- / by Quinquela Martin 1962
      Physical Location: Oversize: Tray 58
    • Box 122
      Watercolor/Bulls at Pamplona, and Bull stampede-- / by Paul Garfunkel 1958
      Physical Location: Oversize: E-8
    • Box 122
      Watercolor/Images of Brazil-- / by Paul Garfunkel 1958
      Physical Location: Oversize: E-8
    • Box 122
      Watercolor/La Katey Key West-- / by Waldo Peirce 1929
      Physical Location: Oversize: E-8
    • Box 122
      Watercolor/Lazarus shows sores to the handmaidens / by Paul Garfunkel
      Physical Location: Oversize: E-8
    • Box 122
      Watercolor/Little Katey in dry dock, Key West / by Waldo Peirce 1929
      Physical Location: Oversize: E-8
    • Box 122
      Watercolor and crayon drawing (untitled, unsigned)/birds in a tree n.d.
    • Box 122
      Watercolor printed copies (8) (untitled, unsigned)/Arabic scenes
    • Box 122
      Watercolor printed copy (unsigned)/dockside dining view
    • Box 122
      Watercolor sketches (2) (untitled)/felines / by Juanita
  • Box 122-125
    Awards
    • Box 122
      American Academy of Arts and Sciences 1947
      Physical Location: Oversize: P-14
    • Box 122
      Center Stage ( U.S.A. award) 1964
    • Box 122
      Choate School (Alumni Seal Prize) 1965
    • Box 122
      Civil War Centennial Commission 1966
    • Box 122
      Converse College 1964
    • Box 122
      Civil War Centennial Commission 1966
    • Box 122
      Croce Rossa Americana 1918
    • Box 122
      Dramatists' Guild 1928-1929
    • Box 123
      Drexel Institute of Technology 1961
    • Box 123
      Feltrinelli Award 1967-1968
    • Box 123
      Harvard (Phi Beta Kappa) 1952
    • Box 123
      National Institute of Arts and Letters 1937, 1957
    • Box 123
      Northwestern University 1951
      2 folders
    • Box 123
      100th anniversary commemoration (video by Townsend Ludington) 1996
    • Box 123
      Pedro Franciso Award 1961
      Physical Location: Oversize: E-8
    • Box 124
      Trieste commemoration memento 1967
    • Box 125
      United States Navy Commendation (war correspondent) 1946
      Physical Location: Oversize: P-14
    • Box 125
      Virginia Commission on Constitutional Government 1965-1966
      Physical Location: Oversize: P-14
    • Box 124
      Virginia Library Foundation 1994
    • Box 125
      World War I Verdun citation 1917
    • Box 125
      World War II Asiatic-Pacific service ribbon (with ALS, General MacArthur) 1945
    • Box 125
      Young Americans for Freedom n.d.
  • Box 125-126
    Diaries and notebooks
    • Box 125
      Bassano, Italy 1918-1919
      4 folders
    • Box 125
      Book of verses 1914-1917
    • Box 125
      Europe 1911-1912
      2 folders
    • Box 125
      France and Italy 1917
    • Box 125
      Literary diaries (2), vol. II 1914-1916
    • Box 126
      Notebooks 1919-1927, n.d.
      4 folders
    • Box 126
      Persian journey 1918, 1921[?]
    • Box 126
      Spain and France 1916-1917, n.d.
    • Box 126
      Venice, Greece and Constantinople 1921
  • Box 127-129
    Memorabilia
    • Box 127
      Aba (worn on desert journey to Damascus) 1921-1922
      Physical Location: Oversize: K-15
    • Box 127
      Affidavit by Dos Passos on Dr. William Horsley Gantt 1953
    • Box 127
      Ambulance Corps discharge 1919, 1936
    • Box 127
      Author's Guild membership 1970, n.d.
    • Box 127
      Bibliographical listing (writings of father, John Randolph Dos Passos)
    • Box 127
      Billfold with inserts ca. 1940-1947, n.d.
    • Box 127
      Calendars with John Dos Passos, Hemingway, Gerald Murphy images 1981, 1995
      Physical Location: Oversize: E-8
    • Box 127
      Calling cards (John Dos Passos and miscellaneous) n.d.
    • Box 127
      Choate School and Harvard (student accounts) 1911, 1913
    • Box 127
      Cinéma et Culture n.d.
    • Box 127
      Columbia University Law School Class Book (re: half brother, James Madison) 1896
    • Box 127
      Date and address books 1940, n.d.
    • Box 127
      Draft registration certificate 1917
    • Box 127
      Embroidered slipcase n.d.
    • Box 127
      Foreign stamps 1969-1970, n.d.
    • Box 127
      Genealogies (Dos Passos [in Portuguese] and Peyton families) n.d.
    • Box 127
      Hemingway/Dos Passos auto accident newsclip 1930
    • Box 127
      Life magazine (correspondent documents) 1944-1945
    • Box 127
      Lincoln's assassination report, New York Herald 1865
      Physical Location: Oversize: E-8
    • Box 127
      Marvin, Walter Rumsey (his poem: "An Idyll") n.d.
    • Box 127
      Miscellany 1924-1946, n.d.
    • Box 127
      Murphy, Patrick F. [Gerald's father], (his diary) 1905
    • Box 128
      Orient Express 1927

      John Dos Passos autograph signed excerpt

    • Box 128
      Paper money (WWII mementos) 1944-1945
    • Box 128
      Passports 1921-1938
    • Box 128
      Picture post cards without notations n.d.
      ca. 445 items (4 folders)
    • Box 128
      Poster (Portuguese) with Dos Passos image 1963
      Physical Location: Oversize: E-8
    • Box 129
      Pressed flower ("Mother's Rose") 1910 [1911?]
    • Box 129
      Recipe notes n.d.
    • Box 129
      School report card (Peterborough Lodge) 1906
    • Box 129
      Soap bubble pistol invention n.d.
    • Box 129
      Travel memorabilia 1917-1919, n.d.
    • Box 129
      Volker Fund Grant application ca. 1958-1959
    • Box 129
      War correspondent identification 1944
    • Box 129
      War Risk Insurance policy 1918
    • Box 129
      White House dinner mementos 1962
    • Box 129
      Wilson, Edmund ("Bunny's lyrics") ca. 1933
    • Box 129
      Zippo lighter 1956
  • Box 129
    Personal data
    • Box 129
      Financial 1912-1965, n.d.
    • Box 129
      Legal 1949-1954
    • Box 129
      Medical 1925-1943, n.d.
    • Box 129
      Property and household 1949, n.d.
  • Box 130-133
    Photographs
    • Box 130
      Ambulance Corps (WWI) 1917
    • Box 130
      Arrested for picketing (Boston) 1927
    • Box 130
      Brazil visits 1948-1963
    • Box 130
      Childhood and youth 1896-ca. 1906
      2 folders
    • Box 130
      Chile 1969
    • Box 130
      Choate School ca. 1907-1909, 1963
    • Box 130
      Cummings, E.E. ca. 1961-1962
    • Box 130
      Desert journey ca. 1921-1922
    • Box 130-131
      Dos Passos family albums 1911-1912
      2 folders
    • Box 131
      Dos Passos family snapshots 1914-1980, n.d.
      6 folders
    • Box 131
      Dos Passos, John Randolph (father), n.d. n.d.
      Physical Location: Oversize: E-8
      2 folders
    • Box 132
      Dos Passo, Katharine (first wife) n.d.
    • Box 132
      Dos Passos, Lucy Addison Sprigg Madison (mother)
      Physical Location: Oversize: E-8
      2 folders
    • Box 132
      Dos Passos, Lucy Cattell (paternal grandmother) n.d.
    • Box 132
      Farrell, James T. 1963
    • Box 132
      Gaivota (father's yacht) n.d.
    • Box 132
      Harvard student ca. 1915-1916
    • Box 132
      Holdridge, Larry and Barbara 1962
    • Box 132
      International P.E.N. Club (conference in Japan) 1957
    • Box 132
      Key West (with wife, Katy, and Canby Chambers) n.d.
    • Box 132
      Madison and Sprigg families 1859-1936, n.d.
    • Box 132
      Marriage to Elizabeth (Betty) Holdridge 1949
    • Box 132
      Marvin, Walter Rumsey ("Rummy") 1920-1967
    • Box 132
      Mexico 1926, 1972, n.d.
    • Box 132
      Miscellaneous 1980-1983
    • Box 132
      Mitchell, Robert Stewart (Auk) 1916
    • Box 132
      Murphy, Gerald and Sarah 1963
      Physical Location: Oversize: E-8
    • Box 132
      Negatives file n.d.
    • Box 133
      Portraits of John Dos Passos 1921-1963, n.d.
      Physical Location: Oversize: E-8
    • Box 133
      Portugal visit 1967
    • Box 133
      Provincetown (John Dos Passos, Katy, her brother, Bill, their homes and dog) ca. 1932-1942, n.d.
    • Box 133
      Sandy Point, Virginia n.d.
    • Box 133
      Skiing in Austria (with Hemingway and Gerald Murphy) 1926
    • Box 133
      Spain visit 1967
    • Box 133
      Spence's Point, Virginia home (John, Elizabeth, Lucy Dos Passos) ca. 1957-1970, n.d.
    • Box 133
      Steinbeck, John 1963
    • Box 133
      Unidentified ca. 1900-1941, n.d.
    • Box 133
      War Correspondent service, ca. 1945
    • Box 133
      White, William L. ca. 1960
    • Box 133
      Wilson, Edmund ("Bunny") 1944
  • Box 134-139
    Writings and reviews about Dos Passos
    • Box 134
      A Suggested Treatment of U.S.A./Anonymous
    • Box 134
      Die Literarische Entwicklung von John Dos Passos / by Werner Neuse 1931
    • Box 134
      Dos Passos / by Lloyd B. Dennis 1964
    • Box 134
      Dos Passos: A Reassessment / by Richard Hall 1970
    • Box 134
      Dos Passos interview / by David Sanders 1969
    • Box 134
      Dos Passos interview / by Frank Gado 1969
    • Box 134
      Dos Passos--Writer's Days at Spencer's Point / by Suzanne H. Semsch 1982
    • Box 134
      Dos, Which Side Are You On / by Dan Wakefield 1963
    • Box 134
      Indicted with Theodore Dreiser/NY Herald Tribune article 1931
    • Box 134
      John Dos Passos: Conservative Carping Critic 1991
    • Box 134
      John Dos Passos: e a cidade dos homens vazios/Olympio Monat 1974
    • Box 134
      John Dos Passos: Inventor in Isolation / by Alfred Kazin 1969
    • Box 134
      John Dos Passos: Man of Esquire / by Toru Saito 1991
    • Box 134
      John Dos Passos: reminiscências/Horizons U.S.A.
    • Box 134
      John Dos Passos: Swallowing America Whole/Playscript by Richard O. Moore 1981
    • Box 134
      John Dos Passos: Writers in the Wilderness / by Margaret Marschall 1940
    • Box 134
      La Influencia de Baroja en Dos Passos / by A.M. Vázqeuz Bigi 1968
    • Box 134
      Lost Generation Journal/articles on war, Choate, journalism and morality 1977
    • Box 134
      Obituaries of his death 1970
    • Box 135
      Some Functions of Style in Dos Passos' U.S.A. / by S. A. Kamal 1972
    • Box 135
      The Jazz Age [as reflected in John Dos Passos' writings] / by Marc Chenetier 1968
    • Box 135
      The Literary Initiation of John Dos Passos / by Stephen Enniss 1994
    • Box 135
      The Literary Lives of John Dos Passos / by Herbert Gold 1973
    • Box 135-136
      Newsclips of Dos Passos and of his writings 1916-1997, n.d.
      10 folders
    • Box 136
      The Odyssey of John Dos Passos/with William Hurt and Robert MacNeil 1994
    • Box 136
      The Riddle of John Dos Passos / by Daniel Aaron 1962
    • Box 136
      The Search for Identity in the Novels of Dos Passos / by Blanche H. Gelfant 1961
    • Box 136
      Time magazine/cover story and recognition 1936, 1963
    • Box 136
      Três Percursos Literários/Governo Regional Da Madeira ca. 1990
    • Box 137
      U.S.A. / by Daniel Aaron 1996
    • Box 137
      Um perfil e uma obra/Vida Mundial 1967
    • Box 137
      Un Grande Affresco Degli Stati Uniti/Giuseppe Prezzolini 1965
    • Box 137-139
      Unpublished writings on John Dos Passos / by C. W. Bernardin 1949, n.d.
      16 folders
    • Box 139
      Untitled / by Robert Cantwell
    • Box 139
      Vita: John Dos Passos / by Pedro Beade 1993
Miscellaneous
Box: 139-146
Series IV
  • Box 139-142
    Papers pertaining to other family members
    • Box 139
      Dos Passos, Elizabeth Holdridge (wife) 1953-1993, n.d.
      3 folders
    • Box 139-140
      Dos Passos, John Randolph (father) 1880-1964, n.d.
      7 folders
    • Box 140-141
      Dos Passos, Katharine (wife) 1922-1947, n.d.
      6 folders

      w/Hemingway ALS

    • Box 141-142
      Dos Passos, Lucy Addison Sprigg Madison (mother) 1865-1913
      4 folders
    • Box 142
      Pifer, Ida (cousin) 1900-1902
    • Box 142
      Smith, William Benjamin, Jr. (brother-in-law) 1925, n.d.

      w/Hemingway APC

    • Box 142
      Smith, William Benjamin, Sr. (father-in-law) 1891-1932, n.d.
      3 folders
  • Box 143
    Papers pertaining to friends and associates
    • Box 143
      Bernardin, Charles W. 1911-1995, n.d.
      Physical Location: See also boxes 1-2, 94, 130, 132-133, 137-139
    • Box 143
      McComb, Arthur 1919-1954, n.d.
    • Box 143
      McCormick, Wright 1915, n.d.
      2 folders
    • Box 143
      Poore, Dudley 1915-1919, n.d.
  • Box 143-144
    Other writings and print matter
    • Box 143
      And Out Jumped the Fat Priest/anonymous
    • Box 143
      Assombrações Do Recife Velho / by Gilberto Freyre
    • Box 143
      Cape Cod Cooking/anonymous
    • Box 143
      Cardinal Merry del Val; A Folk Song of the Late 20th Century / by "Antipapist"
    • Box 143
      Court excerpt re: Sentencing of David Gordon 1927
    • Box 143
      Dos I clap my hands and sing . . . (poem)/anonymous
    • Box 143
      Dos Passos: A Life / by Virginia Spencer Carr [publisher's promotion] 1984
    • Box 143
      Feudeucias actuales de la poeme catalane (poem) / by Luis Jougeie 1920
    • Box 143
      First American Novel (with ANS) / by Robert H. Elias 1941, 1959
    • Box 143
      Liddell, Howard (on psychopathology, emotions and neurotic behavior) 1954-1957, n.d.
    • Box 143
      Neglected Passion / by Lucy Morse
    • Box 143
      Newsclips (miscellaneous) 1930-1966, n.d.
    • Box 143
      New Song for Indiana Ophelias / by Carl Sandberg [?]
    • Box 143
      Origin of the White Trash (article)
    • Box 143
      Paravism Diagnosed as a Disease of the Mind (article) 1917
    • Box 143
      Professor Wigmore's Triumphal Tour / by Ernest Wigmore
    • Box 143
      Reminiscences of an 1805 visit with Joel Barlow / by Benjamin Silliman
    • Box 143
      Reminiscences of Lafcadio Hearn / by Setsuko Koizumi (Mrs. Hearn)
    • Box 143
      Reverie (poem)/anonymous 1919
    • Box 143
      Rhythmical Science of the Universe
    • Box 144
      Riddle of Man's Ancestry / by W. L. Straus, Jr. 1949
    • Box 144
      Sacco-Vanzetti Case / by Justice M. A. Musmanno 1963
    • Box 144
      Sacco-Vanzetti: The End of the Chapter (article) 1970
    • Box 144
      Short Stories by Edith Foley n.d.
      2 folders
    • Box 144
      The Individual in the Modern World/Corning Conference Notes 1961
      2 folders
    • Box 144
      The Liberal, the Conservative, and the Pope / by Michael Novak 1964
    • Box 144
      The Most Dangerous Man in Brazil / by Tito Leite[?]
    • Box 144
      The Secret of Good and Bad Luck (article)
    • Box 144
      The truth is generally a lie . . ./anonymous
    • Box 144
      To Marion, who asked for a Poem on a Day like this/anonymous
    • Box 144
      Un Sindicato Escolar / by Miguel Bustos Crecedo 1936
    • Box 144
      Untitled [re: Dendry, Marion, and Melissa Cummings and Arthur]/anonymous
    • Box 144
      Untitled, unsigned/from Edith Shay ca. 1946
    • Box 144
      Venom in the Treatment of Arthritis
    • Box 144
      Walking Dawn: A Recollection of Dawn Powell / by Rosalind Wilson
    • Box 144
      What shall I do with my dreams of you . . . / anonymous
    • Box 144
      Youth by Radiation / by Herman H. Rubin, MD 1924
    • Box 145-147
      Collection control files [Restricted to Library Staff]
    • Box 148
      VIP Letters

      Letters by E. E. Cummings, Theodore Dreiser, F. Scott Fitzgerald, Zelda Fitzgerald, Ernest Hemingway, John F. Kennedy, H. R. Mencken, Henry Miller, Richard Nixon, and Upton Sinclair removed from other areas of the papers.