A Guide to the Papers of Sir Fitzroy Maclean 1827-1966 Maclean, Sir Fitzroy, Papers of 11487

A Guide to the Papers of Sir Fitzroy Maclean, 1827-1996

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Accession number
11487
Title
Papers of Sir Fitzroy Maclean, 1827-1996
Physical Characteristics
This collection consists of ca. 28, 700 items (93 Hollinger boxes, ca. 39 linear feet).
Collector
Ann Marie Plunkett and assisted by Sharon Defibaugh & Manuscripts Students
Language
English

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Papers of Sir Fitzroy Maclean, Accession #11487, Special Collections Dept., University of Virginia Library, Charlottesville, Va.

Acquisition Information

This collection was purchased by the University of Virginia Library from Christie, Manson & Woods Ltd., London, England on November 30, 1998.


Biographical/Historical Information

Fitzroy Hew Royle Maclean was born in 1911 in Cairo, Egypt to Charles Maclean, a major in the British army, and Gladys Royle Maclean. He was raised in Scotland, India, and Italy and attended Eton (1924-28), the University of Marburg in Germany (1929), and Kings' College, Cambridge (1929-32) where he won a senior scholarship and first class honors. He entered the Foreign Office in 1934 and was first posted to Paris, and then to Moscow in 1937 where he served as the Third Secretary in the British Embassy. Stalin's purges were at their height during Maclean's two years in the Soviet Union, and he was present at the state trial of Nikolai Bukharin in 1938. He also made journeys to remote areas of the Soviet Union such as Central Asia and the Caucasus where few if any foreigners had been for many years. In 1939 he returned to London and worked in the Foreign Office on Russian affairs.

When World War II broke out, he wanted to enlist in the military, but as a diplomat was in a "reserved" position and was not allowed to do so. He learned that the only way to be released from the Foreign Office was to declare himself a candidate for Parliament, and so he was returned for the constituency of Lancaster at a by-election in 1941. He joined the Cameron Highlanders regiment in the British army as a private, and then the new Special Air Service (SAS) and served in the Western Desert, where he participated in the raid on Benghazi along with SAS founder David Stirling and Randolph Churchill, and foiled a coup in Persia by kidnapping General Zahidi who had collaborated with the Germans.

In July 1943 Prime Minister Winston Churchill asked Maclean to serve as his personal representative and Brigadier commanding a British Military Mission to Josip Broz Tito, leader of the Communist Partisans in German-occupied Yugoslavia. At this stage of the war, there was a debate in the British government over which Yugoslav resistance group it should support - Tito's Partisans or Draza Mihalovich's Cetniks. In September Maclean was dropped by parachute into Bosnia and met Tito, and subsequently reported to Churchill that the Partisans were the more effective fighting force and would benefit from additional British and American aid. In August 1944, as the Germans prepared to withdraw from Yugoslavia Maclean planned "Operation Ratweek" for the first week of September, a coordinated Allied and Partisan attack on enemy communications which proved quite successful. In the course of his mission, which lasted until 1945, he became a friend and admirer of Tito. In 1947 Maclean was asked to head the Special Refugee Commission which had the sensitive task of screening of tens of thousands of Yugoslav and Ukrainian Displaced Persons, some of whom were alleged to have committed war crimes, in Italy and Austria.

After completing this assignment, Maclean focused on politics, representing Lancaster until 1959 and Bute and North Ayrshire from 1959-1974, and served as Parliamentary Under Secretary of State for War from 1954-1957. He was chairman of the Committee of the North Atlantic Assembly from 1964-1974. Maclean's friendship with Tito and frequent visits to Yugoslavia allowed him to play a key role in Anglo-Yugoslav relations. In the 1960's he purchased a home on the island of Korcula, becoming one of the few foreigners allowed to own property in Yugoslavia. Maclean also maintained a keen interest in the Soviet Union where he traveled extensively and he served as chairman of the Great Britain-USSR Association. He lectured frequently in the United Kingdom and the United States on Yugoslav and Soviet affairs.

Maclean's literary career was launched in 1949 with the publication of Eastern Approaches, a memoir of his experiences as a diplomat and soldier, which was acclaimed by critics and became a best-seller. This was followed in 1957 by a biography of Tito, Disputed Barricade, A Person from England(1958), describing the adventures of English travelers in Central Asia, and in 1958, Back to Bokhara(1959), and a number of books, articles and book reviews on Yugoslavia, the Soviet Union, and other subjects.

A third focal point of his writing was Scotland, and he published A Concise History of Scotland, (1970), The Isles of the Sea, a collection of West Highland folk tales (1985), Bonnie Prince Charlie, (1988) and Highlanders(1995). Along with establishing a reputation as the author of entertaining and informative works that blended his travel experiences and historical research, he turned his attention to radio and television, working on a number of documentary programs including The Road to Samarkandand The Life and Times of Marshal Titoand two major series. Portrait of the Soviet Unionand Highlanders.

Maclean was made a baronet in 1957 and a Knight of the Thistle in 1993, and was the recipient of many honors and decorations including the Commander of the British Empire, the Croix de Guerre, the Order of Kutusov, and the Partisan Star, and several honorary degrees.

In 1946 Maclean married a widow with two children, Veronica (Fraser) Phipps, daughter of the 16th Lord Lovat. They had two sons, James and Charles. In 1957 the Macleans purchased Strachur, an estate in Argyllshire in the Scottish Highlands, and later operated a hotel on the estate, the Creggans Inn, which became known for its good food, drink, and hospitality. Maclean continued to be extremely active into his eighties and kept up a busy schedule of writing, lecturing and traveling. He died of a heart attack while swimming at a friend's house in June 1996. In Maclean's later years, there was speculation that he had been the inspiration for Ian Fleming's James Bond.

Scope and Content Information

This collection consists of ca. 28,700 items (93 Hollingers, ca. 39 linear feet), ca.1827-1861, and 1928-1996, the professional and personal papers of Scottish soldier, diplomat, politician, author, and traveler, Sir Fitzroy Hew Maclean (1911-1996) of Dunconnel. It includes correspondence, memoranda, manuscripts, typescripts, newspaper and magazine articles, book reviews, lectures, speeches, photographs, memorabilia, and research material pertaining to his military, diplomatic, political and literary career as well as family and personal affairs.

Maclean is best known for his role during World War II as head of the British military mission to Yugoslavia in which he served as Winston Churchill's personal representative to leader of the Communist Partisans, Josip Broz Tito, his diplomatic service in the Soviet Union in the late 1930's, and as the author of the classic memoir Eastern Approaches (1949) and many other books and articles. After the war, he pursued a political career as a Conservative member of Parliament, and, based on his close relationship with Tito, played a key role in Anglo-Yugoslav affairs. He was also noted for his expertise on the Soviet Union.

A third focal point of his life and career was Scotland: he was a proud member of Clan Maclean and wrote several works on Scottish history, biography, and folklore. The collection contains some material in Serbo-Croatian, German, Italian and French.

The papers are arranged in three main series with various sub-series. Items of particular interest in the First Series, Career and Personal Papers, are described in the following paragraphs devoted to each subseries. In the Diplomatic Subseries are dispatches and memoranda of his trips through Central Asia (including Afghanistan and the ancient cities Bokhara and Samarkand) and the Caucasus, on the situation in Sinkiang (Chinese Turkestan) and on the political stability of the Soviet Union, 1937-1939.

The subseries British Military Mission to Yugoslavia contains Winston Churchill's Minute concerning his Mission to Tito, Autograph Diary (2 pages) re his arrival in Yugoslavia, "Ratweek" Map (oversize), twelve files (labeled Top Secret) including memoranda, correspondence, telegrams, etc concerning military and political affairs such as Allied operations and aid to Tito's Partisans, formation of the Yugoslav government, relief, the visit of Field Marshal Alexander, Supreme Allied Commander to Belgrade, Macedonia, Prospect of South Slav federation, and correspondence with Evelyn Waugh.

The Special Refugee Commission subseries contains correspondence, telegrams, reports, including one submitted to Foreign Secretary Ernest Bevin, articles, and a draft of a speech on the refugee problems to a parliamentary committee.

Political correspondence includes papers concerning the Lancaster by-election of 1941, the general election of 1945, and correspondence with Winston Churchill, Harold Macmillan, Anthony Eden, Alec Douglas- Home, Peter Carrington, Harold Wilson, Margaret Thatcher, John Major, Robert Kennedy, John Lindsay, Henry Jackson, and Averell Harriman ; a memorandum to Field Marshal Alexander of Tunis concerning irregular warfare; and correspondence and memoranda related to a parliamentary delegation to Romania in 1973.

Material in the VIP Subseries includes: letters and notes from members of the Royal Family including Prince Charles, Princess Margaret, Elizabeth the Queen Mother; Clementine Churchill and Mary Churchill Soames; and a thank you note from Lauren Bacall.

The Yugoslavia and Tito Subseries contains significant material including memoranda of meetings with Tito in 1949,1950, 1953, 1968, 1973; informative accounts by Maclean and other British officers about the Military Mission in World War II for an official book published by Muzej AVNOJ (1970-1971); correspondence about Maclean's involvement in proposals for the publication of Tito's memoirs (1966-1977) and about the nomination of Tito for the Nobel Peace Prize (1972-1973); correspondence and papers by Maclean and others from a conference on British Policy and Resistance in the Balkans (1973); Briefing papers, correspondence and memoranda of Margaret Thatcher's visit to Yugoslavia in 1977, and correspondence and memorabilia pertaining to the Prince of Wales' visit in 1978; correspondence about Maclean's visit in 1989 and transcript of an interview with Prime Minister Ante Markovic.

For the 1990's, the time of war and the dissolution of Yugoslavia , there is correspondence with David Owen, Stevan Dedijer and others, and about the Korcula Emergency Appeal, a relief effort for a hospital on the island of Korcula, Croatia, organized by the Macleans; letters from Yugoslav friends describing the turmoil , and/or seeking assistance in finding jobs in the United Kingdom; correspondence about renewed controversy about the British Military Mission in World War II. and the Aldington-Tolstoy Libel Case concerning the repatriation of Yugoslavs in 1945. It should also be noted that in Series II, Subseries B, Literary Material pertaining to Yugoslavia, there is some correspondence filed with the manuscripts, typescripts, articles and radio and television transcripts.

The Subseries Family& Personal Papers has letters from friends and teachers, some in German, French, and Italian. In a significant group of letters to his parents (1939-1945) from London, Cairo, Belgrade, and elsewhere, Maclean discussed the international situation, his desire to leave the Foreign Office in order to join the army, life in London during the Blitz, the beginning of his political career, and his military service (some letters were extensively cut by the censors). There are also a number of letters to his parents from the years 1946-1955 from Maclean and his wife Veronica discussing family matters and living conditions in Italy and Austria while Maclean was directing the Special Refugee Commission, and about their travels in Yugoslavia, Greece and Turkey in the early 1950's.

Also present is correspondence with Frank McLynn, his biographer, 1990-1994, and two scrapbooks. The blue scrapbook (1939-1951) includes one letter of Maclean to his aunt, newspaper clippings relating to his military service in Yugoslavia, his marriage, some articles by him, a few photographs. The red scrapbook, 1943-1946 also has newspaper clippings about his military service and political career and articles by him.

The Second Series consists of literary papers. This series contains drafts, typescripts, setting copies of his books with related correspondence with publishers and others about the publication process, contracts, royalty statements, book reviews, fan mail, articles, book reviews, speeches, lectures, transcripts of radio and television programs, film proposals or treatments. Several of his books were published under different titles in the United States. It is organized into five subseries based on subject matter. These include: Eastern Approaches(American title- Escape to Adventure); Yugoslavia (the country as originally constituted and also the new states that emerged in the 1990's); Russia and the former Soviet Union and the new nations post 1990); Scotland; and Miscellaneous Literary.

The subseries about Eastern Approachescontains a typed manuscript (Setting copy) with corrections, including an unpublished introduction; some material omitted from the published version including his admiration for a Soviet army unit, comments on the Cetniks, and conversations with King George VI and Winston Churchill and King Peter of Yugoslavia; letters from Michael Adeane, Secretary to King George VI and Winston Churchill requesting that certain passages be omitted; a letter from Peter Fleming to Jonathan Cape offering his opinion of the book, a letter from Ian Fleming to Jonathan Cape and a note to Maclean.

Other material includes correspondence with Jonathan Cape and other publishers about a new edition, correspondence with Douglas Fairbanks, Eric Ambler and others concerning a possible film version, and with Ian Curteis about a proposed television adaptation.

The Yugoslavia Subseries includes books: Disputed Barricade(1957), published in America as The Heretic, which includes an interview with Tito; Yugoslavia(1969), in which Maclean wrote the text for this book of photographs; Battle of Neretva(1970); and Tito: A Pictorial Biography(1980). Also present are articles from newspapers and magazines, 1947-1995, on Yugoslav politics and society, including interviews with Tito. Particularly interesting are two unpublished articles "Whither Yugoslavia?" written in 1989 based on interviews with Yugoslav politicians, including Slobodan Milosevic. There are also a number of book reviews of works by Julian Amery, William Deakin, Noel Malcolm and Misha Glenny and others.

In addition, the subseries on Yugoslavia contains lectures, 1949-1995; transcripts of radio and television programs, with related correspondence; and some interviews with Tito, notably The "Life and Times of Marshal Tito" (December 1963); and one for a CBS news program (1969).

The Russian Material Subseries contains drafts, correspondence, and research material for his books A Person from England(1958), including several autograph letters,1827-1861, of Dr. Joseph Wolff, one of the English travelers chronicled in the book; Back to Bokhara(1959); Holy Russia(1978); drafts titled "All the Russias" and "The Other Russias," which were the basis for To the Back of Beyond(1974), To Caucasus: End of All the Earth(1976); and Holy Russia(1978) which completed the trilogy; Portrait of the Soviet Union(1988), including material for both the book and the related TBS television series since Maclean was working on these simultaneously; and All the Russias(1992). Correspondents include Pamela Harriman, Marietta Tree and Fitzgerald Bemiss.

In addition to his books about Russia and the Soviet Union, his papers also contain articles, 1949-1995 on political, social, economic, cultural aspects of the former Soviet Union, a number on Georgia and the Caucasus, and Mikhail Gorbachev; book reviews, 1949-1994; and radio and television material, such as correspondence and transcripts for programs, including "The End of All the Earth" and "Carnival in the Caucasus"; interviews with Anna Mikhailovna Larina (Bukharin's widow) and others for the BBC "Timewatch" program "Bukharin."

The subseries concerning his Scotland material includes books, A Concise History of Scotland(1970); Isles of the Sea(1985); Bonnie Prince Charlie(1988); and Highlanders(originally titled Clans) (1995). Material for the book and television series are combined since Maclean was working on them simultaneously. Among the articles on Scotland is a notable series "Scottish Approaches" which appeared in The Scotsmanin 1959.

The last subseries in Maclean's Literary Papers consists of miscellaneous literary material, including material for the book Take Nine Spies. There is also correspondence with publishers in which he discusses more than one book, and with his literary agents.

Articles are arranged chronologically, and topics range from post World War II Japan, Korea, Italy, the Middle East, and defense policy to China and Mongolia in the 1960's, an extended trip to China in 1988, and his travels in Nepal, Tibet, and Oman in the 1990's. There are also articles about his military, diplomatic, political and literary career, his travels, and personal life, and note that others are contained in two scrapbooks. The radio and television material includes his commentaries on the international scene from 1946 on.

Photographic Material comprises the third series, which contains twenty-four boxes of photographs (some in albums), contact sheets, negatives, and slides, taken by Maclean, primarily of his travels in the former Soviet Union, Europe and Asia, from 1938 through the 1990's. Especially noteworthy are those taken in Moscow, Leningrad, and Central Asia, including Afghanistan, the cities Bokhara and Samarkand, and Persia, Paris and Florence in the late 1930's, Yugoslavia during World War II, postwar Korean and China, and of Yugoslavia, Greece, Turkey and Iran in the early 1950's. Maclean visited the former Soviet Union frequently from the late 1950's through 1987 and took numerous photographs of his favorite regions, Central Asia and the Caucasus, particularly Georgia.

As for Yugoslavia, there is an album dated 1953 labeled Namanevru Jugoslovenska Narodne, Armije (Yugoslav People's Army) with photographs of Tito, Maclean, and soldiers; and photographs from the early 1960's through 1980 including a number of photographs of Tito. Individuals subjects include Winston Churchill and Margaret Thatcher. There are also many family photographs taken at Maclean's homes Beechfield and Strachur, and of friends. The photographs used in Eastern Approaches, Disputed Barricade, A Person from England, and Bonnie Prince Charlieare also in this section.

Arrangement

The collection is arranged in three main series, with various subseries:
Series I: Career and Personal Papers (Boxes 1-11)
Subseries A: Diplomatic Service (Box 1)
Subseries B: British Military Mission to Yugoslavia (Boxes 1-2)
Subseries C: Special Refugee Commission (Boxes 2-3)
Subseries D: Political Correspondence (Box 3)
Subseries E: VIP Material (Boxes 3-4)
Subseries F: Yugoslavia & Tito Related Material (Boxes 4-8)
Subseries G: Family & Personal Papers (Boxes 9-10)
Subseries H: Honors & Decorations (Boxes 10- 11)
Series II: Literary Papers - Books, Television & Radio Scripts, Articles, etc.
Subseries A: Eastern Approaches Material (Boxes 12-15)
Subseries B: Yugoslavia Related Material, including Books (Boxes 15-21); and Articles, Book Reviews, Lectures, Radio & Television, & Research (Boxes 21-26)
Subseries C: Russia & the Former Soviet Union Material, including Books (Boxes 26-40); Articles (Boxes 41-43); Book Reviews & Lectures (Boxes 43-45); and Radio & Television (Boxes 45-46)
Subseries D: Scotland Material, including Books (Boxes 46-57), Highlanders Television Series (Boxes 57-58), and Articles, Book Reviews and Lectures (Boxes 59-60)
Subseries E: Miscellaneous Literary Material, including Take Nine Spies (Boxes 60-63), Articles (Boxes 64-66); Book Reviews, Introductions, Lectures & Speeches and Literary Correspondence (Boxes 67-68); and Radio and Television (Boxes 68-69)
Series III: Photographic Material (Boxes 70-93)

Contents List

Series I: Career & Personal Papers
  • Subseries A: Diplomatic Service
    • OS Tray 244
      Commission of the Appointment of Fitzroy Maclean to Diplomatic Service as Third Secretary 1933 Nov 24
    • Box 1
      Correspondence with Foreign Office, Officials including: Lord Chilston, Sir Alexander Cadogan, C. Howard Miller 1933-1941

      re Appointments to London, Paris, and Moscow and his resignation from the Foreign Office

    • Box 1
      Confidential Memo of Maclean's Visit to Baku, Tiflis, and Azerbaijan in the Spring 1937 1937 Jun 14
    • Box 1
      Confidential Memo and Typescript of Maclean's Journey through Siberia and Kazakhstan to Tashkent and Samarkand, Fall 1937 1937 Dec 24
    • Box 1
      Confidential Memo of a Journey through Soviet Central Asia to the Boarders of Sinkaing (Chinese Turkestan) 1938 Jun 23
    • Box 1
      Drafts of Confidential Memo of a Journey to Afghanistan by way of Bokhara and the Oxus, returning to Moscow through Iran and the Caucasus 1938 Dec 31
      2 folders
    • Box 1
      Draft of Memo on Situation in Sinkaing (Chinese Turkestan) 1938
    • Box 1
      Memo "A": The Political Stability of the Soviet Union 1939 Mar 6
    • Box 1
      Passports--U.S.S.R. and Miscellaneous Items 1937 & 1939
    • OS Folder H.S. 16
      Courier's Passport from the British Embassy in Berlin 1938 Jun 25
    • Box 1
      Letter of Hans Herwarth von Bitten field (German Diplomat) 1945 Aug 12
  • Subseries B: British Military Mission to Yugoslavia
    • Box 1
      Winston Churchill's Personal Minutes 1943

      re Maclean's Mission to Tito and an Extract from The Second World War

    • Box 1
      Note on Lt. Colonel Maclean's Mission to Yugoslavia by Anthony Eden 1943 Aug 2
    • Box 1
      Autograph Diary of Maclean's Arrival in Yugoslavia 1943 Sep-1944 Jan
      2 pages
    • Box 1
      Letter of Maclean in Serbo-Croatian Explaining his Presence in Yugoslavia 1943 Sep
    • Box 1
      Pass in Serbo-Croatian issued to Maclean 1944 Jun 11
    • Oversize Tray 244
      Original Top Secret "Rat Week" Map of German Military Positions in Yugoslavia 1944 [Sep?]
    • Box 1
      Letters of Tito to Fitzroy Maclean and Winston Churchill in Serbo-Croatian 1945 Jan 1
    • Box 1
      Top Secret File--Formation of New Yugoslav Government and Recognition by the Allies 1944-1945
    • Box 1
      Top Secret File--Agreements Concerning Allied Operations in Yugoslavia 1944-1945
    • Box 1
      Top Secret File--Relief Negotiations UNRRA 1944-1945
    • Box 1
      Top Secret File--Visit of Field Marshall H.R. Alexander, Supreme Allied Commander of the Mediterranean Theater to Belgrade 1944-1945
    • Box 1
      Top Secret File--British Assistance in Building Up Yugoslav Air Force 1944-1945
    • Box 1
      Top Secret File--Miscellaneous Reports 1943-1945

      including "The Partisan Movement in Yugoslavia" and "Note on the Present Military and Political Situation in Serbia"

    • Box 1
      Top Secret File--Press Conference 1944

      Drafts of Statement on the Extent of British Aid to the Partisans

    • Box 2
      Top Secret File--End of Mission 1944-1945
    • Box 2
      Top Secret File--Macedonia: Prospect of South Slav Federation 1944-1946
    • Box 2
      Top Secret File--Miscellaneous Reports and Minutes of Meeting between Field Marshal Alexander and Tito 1944-1945
    • Box 2
      Top Secret File--Supplies to JANL 1945
    • Box 1
      Top Secret File--Miscellaneous Telegrams 1944-1945
    • Box 2
      Correspondence with Evelyn Waugh 1944-1945, 1948
    • Box 2
      News clippings ca. 1944-1945
  • Subseries C: Special Refugee Commission
    • Box 2
      Correspondence 1947 Jan-Feb

      re Appointments and Impact on Service to Constituency

    • Box 2
      File on Individual Cases and Other Correspondence 1947 Feb-Nov
    • Box 2
      Outgoing Telegrams to the Foreign Office 1947 Oct-Dec
    • Box 2
      Incoming Telegrams from the Foreign Office 1947 Oct-1948 Jan
    • Box 2
      Personal and Confidential File 1947
    • Box 2
      Correspondence, Reports, and Articles 1947 Jan-1948
      2 folders
    • Box 3
      Report to Foreign Secretary Ernest Bevin 1948 Feb 11
    • Box 3
      Draft of a Speech to a Parliamentary Committee on the Refugee Problem 1947 Dec-1948 Jan
  • Subseries D: Political Correspondence
    • Box 3
      Correspondence: Lancaster By-Election 1941
    • Box 3
      Correspondence and Speeches: General Election of 1945 1942-1946
    • Box 3
      Article "Left Hand-Right Hand" [1947]

      re the Threat of Soviet Expansion in Asia

    • Box 3
      Drafts of a Speech on the Berlin Crisis and Soviet Threat 1948
    • Box 3
      Articles and Correspondence 1950-1954
    • Box 3
      Correspondence: Winston Churchill to Fitzroy Maclean and a copy of his response 1951 Nov
    • Box 3
      Memo 1952

      re Irregular Warfare and Correspondence with Field Marshall Earl Alexander of Tunis and Others

    • Box 3
      Speech on Irregular Warfare [1952]
    • Box 3
      Correspondence 1952-1958
    • Box 3
      Correspondence: Letter of Congratulations from Fitzroy Maclean to Winston Churchill & Telegram from Winston Churchill to F.M. 1953
    • Box 3
      Correspondence: Letter of Jack Coville, Secretary to Winston Churchill, announcing Churchill's Resignation 1955 Apr 5
    • Box 3
      Correspondence: the Lovat Scouts (Scottish S.A.S. Regiment) 1955-1956
    • Box 3
      Correspondence 1959-1995
    • Box 3
      Article on Conscription 1961 Mar 9
    • Box 3
      Transcript of "The Week in Westminster" 1962 Feb 24
    • Box 3
      Correspondence: L.L. Lemnitzer, Chairman of U.S. Joint Chiefs of Staff 1962 Mar 17

      re Vietnam War

    • Box 3
      Correspondence: Robert Kennedy and Edward Kennedy 1963, 1971
    • Box 3
      Correspondence: John V. Lindsay, Henry Jackson, Averell Harriman and a U.S. Senator 1965-1978
    • Box 3
      Correspondence: Kosygin's Visit to Scotland 1967 Feb
    • Box 3
      Speech in the House of Commons 1968 Aug 26

      re the Soviet Invasion of Czechoslovakia

    • Box 3
      Correspondence with Anthony Head 1970-1971
    • Box 3
      Correspondence with Archbishop Lord Fisher of Lambeth 1971 Jul
    • Box 3
      Notebook: Draft of Memos 1973

      re Interview with Vice-President Bodnaras of Romania; Meeting with Tito; and Draft Article on Sino-Soviet Border

    • Box 3
      Correspondence and Report 1973 Nov-Dec

      Parlimentary Delegation to Romania

    • Box 3
      Correspondence: Harold Wilson 1975-1983
    • Box 3
      Correspondence: Margaret Thatcher 1975-1990
    • Box 3
      News clippings 1991, 1995

      re Winston Churchill

    • Box 3
      Correspondence: John Major 1993 Apr-Jun

      re E.C. Grants for Argyll and Bute

    • Box 3
      Correspondence: Andreas Simou (Doctoral Student) 1996

      re Consideration of Fitzroy Maclean as Governor of Cyprus

    • Box 3
      Letter n.d.

      re a Resignation to Veronica Maclean

  • Subseries E: VIP Material
    • Box 3
      Princess Margaret to Veronica Maclean and Memorabilia of Funeral Services for King George VI 1952 Feb
    • Box 3
      Program for a Dinner with Queen Elizabeth II 1956 Nov 27
    • Box 3
      Princess Margaret to Fitzroy and Veronica Maclean 1959-1960
    • Box 3
      Christmas Cards (all with photographs) from Elizabeth, the Queen Mother to Fitzroy and Veronica Maclean 1980-1994
    • Box 4
      Princess Margaret to Fitzroy and Veronica Maclean and Program for the Visit of Princess Margaret to Argyll and Bute in August 1984 1984-1985
    • Box 4
      Elizabeth the Queen Mother to Fitzroy and Veronica Maclean, including letters about rhododendron gifts 1977-1995
    • Box 4
      Prince Charles to Fitzroy and Veronica Maclean 1978-1981, 1995
    • Box 4
      Prince Charles--Thank you note and Memorabilia from the wedding of Charles and Diana 1981 Jul 29
    • Box 4
      Clementine Churchill to Fitzroy and Veronica Maclean 1953-1963, n.d.
    • Box 4
      Mary Churchill Soames to Fitzroy Maclean [1950s]

      re his serving as godfather to her daughter, Charlotte

    • Box 4
      Mary Churchill Soames to Fitzroy and Veronica Maclean 1978
    • Box 4
      Mary Churchill Soames to Fitzroy and Veronica Maclean, with Program for Winston Churchill's funeral and other Memorabilia 1965 Jan-Feb
    • Box 4
      Program from "The Other Club's" Dinner to Mark the 50th Anniversary of Winston Churchill's Appointment as Prime Minister 1990 May 10
    • Box 4
      Memorabilia of Mikhail Gorbachev's Visits to London and Edinburgh; Speech welcoming Gorbachev to Aberdeen 1983-1993
    • Box 4
      Memorabilia of Ceremonial to Commemorate the Fiftieth Anniversary of the End of World War II 1995 May 5
    • Box 4
      Correspondence of Ardeshir Zahedi 1963, n.d.
    • Box 4
      New Year's card with photograph from the King and Queen of Nepal to Fitzroy and Veronica Maclean n.d.
    • Box 4
      Lauren Bacall autograph note to Fitzroy Maclean n.d.
    • Box 4
      Autograph of Yuri Gagarin n.d.
  • Subseries F: Yugoslavia & Tito Related Material
    • Box 4
      Correspondence and Report on Charges Against Consul General Robert Kronholz 1946
    • Box 4
      Fitzroy Maclean to Ralph Deakin of The Times1947

      re British Press Coverage of Yugoslavia

    • Box 4
      Correspondence with Major-General C.D. Packard 1948

      re Simic Cureija

    • Box 4
      Top Secret Memo of a Meeting with Tito 1949 May
    • Box 4
      Memo of Meetings with Tito and Mates 1950 Sep
    • Box 4
      Transcripts and Memo 1953 Oct-Nov

      re Visit with Tito, with note from Jack Coville, Secretary to Winston Churchill

    • Box 4
      Correspondence of Alexander Rankovic and Fitzroy Maclean, with a New Year's card 1960-1963
    • Box 4
      Jovanka Broz (wife of Tito) to Veronica Maclean 1961 Jan 24
    • Box 4
      Miscellaneous Correspondence, including Edward Vasey of the Foreign Office and Michael Cresswell (British Ambassador) 1962-1963
    • Box 4
      Field Marshall Montgomery 1964 Aug 8

      re Tito

    • Box 4
      Correspondence and Research Material 1967-1971

      re Korcula

    • Box 4
      Memo of Interview with Tito 1968 Sep 20

      re the Soviet Invasion of Czechoslovakia

    • Box 4
      Correspondence r 1968 Oct-Dec

      re Visit to Yugoslavia for 25th Anniversary of National Liberation, includes photographs of Maclean and Willian Deakin

    • Box 4
      Correspondence 1970

      Decoration Awarded to Fitzroy Maclean

    • Box 4
      Correspondence 1970, 1972

      Proposed British Decorations of Yugoslavs

    • Box 4
      Miscellaneous Correspondence 1970-1971

      re Yugoslav Students in Britain

    • Box 4
      Correspondence and Accounts by Fitzroy Maclean and Others 1970-1971
      2 folders

      re Allied Mission to Yugoslavia in World War II for Muzej AVNOJ

    • Box 5
      Miscellaneous Correspondence, including Phyllis Auty, William Deakin and Vladko Velebit 1970-1973
    • Box 5
      Correspondence 1971-1988
      2 folders

      re Korcula, Yugoslavia, Town Twinning with Argyll and Bute, Scotland

    • Box 5
      Draft Proposals in Support of Tito for Nobel Peace Prize by D. Vidic, Yugoslav Ambassador [1972]
    • Box 5
      Correspondence 1973

      re Maclean's Efforts in Support of Tito for the Nobel Peace Prize

    • Box 5
      Correspondence re Conference 1972-1973

      re British Policy towards the Balkan Resistance Movements

    • Box 5
      Fitzroy Maclean's Paper for the Conference re British Policy towards the Balkan Resistance Movement 1973 Jul
    • Box 5
      Papers by Participants for the Conference re British Policy towards the Balkan Resistance Movement 1973 Jul
      2 folders
    • Box 5
      Confidential Memo 1973 Dec 12

      re Meeting with Tito

    • Box 5
      Correspondence 1973

      re Research and Annual Summaries (Copies) of Events in Yugoslavia, 1957-1972

    • Box 5
      Interview with Nada Radosevich in Serbo-Croation 1976
    • Box 5
      Zivan Berisavljevic, Yugoslav Ambassador, to Fitzroy Maclean on behalf of Tito 1977 Sep 12
    • Box 5
      Newspaper Articles on Political and Economic Issues Prior to Margaret Thatcher's Trip 1977 Jul-Dec
    • Box 5
      Briefing Papers for Margaret Thatcher's Trip 1977 Nov
    • Box 5
      Correspondence and Memorabilia 1977 Nov-Dec

      re Margaret Thatcher's Trip, with Official Program

    • Box 5
      Speech of Margaret Thatcher at Dinner in Belgrade 1977 Dec
    • Box 6
      Correspondence 1978 Sep

      re the Prince of Wales' Visit to Yugoslavia

    • Box 6
      Speech of Prince of Wales at Dinner in Belgrade 1978 Oct
    • Box 6
      Memorabilia of the Prince of Wales' Visit to Yugoslavia and News clippings 1978 Oct
    • Box 6
      Memo and Notes on Tito 1978 Oct
    • Box 6
      Correspondence 1978

      re Fitzroy Maclean's article for the British-Yugoslav Society on the Prince of Wales' visit

    • Box 6
      Memo 1980 May

      re Arrangements for the British Delegation to Tito's Funeral

    • Box 6
      Eulogy for Tito by Stevan Doraonjski, Chairman of the Presidency of the Central Committee of the League of Communists 1980 May
    • Box 6
      Remarks of Fitzroy Maclean in Korcula at the Wedding of Jamie Maclean 1983
    • Box 6
      Miscellaneous Correspondence including Elizabeth Barker and Dragi Stamenkovic, Yugoslav Ambassador 1984-1985
    • Box 6
      Correspondence and Memos 1988-1989

      re Official Visit of Fitzroy Maclean

    • Box 6
      Mitko Calovski and Budimir Loncar to Fitzroy Maclean 1989 May
    • Box 6
      Notes for Maclean's Interview with Ante Markovic 1989
    • Box 6
      Transcript in Serbo-Croatian of Maclean's Interview with Prime Minister Ante Markovic 1989 Oct 30
    • Box 6
      Statement by Ante Markovic 1989 Dec

      re Program of Economic Reform

    • Box 6
      Correspondence with Mark Thompson of Mladina, a Slovene weekly 1989-1991
    • Box 6
      Correspondence with Jasper Ridley 1990-1991

      re his biography of Tito

    • Box 6
      Correspondence 1990-1992

      re Controversy over British Military Mission in World War II

    • Box 6
      Correspondence 1991-1992

      re BBC "Timewatch: Tito" Program

    • Box 6
      Correspondence with and Articles by Stevan Dedijer 1991-1992
    • Box 6
      Correspondence with A.W. Brian Simpson 1991-1992

      re a Yugoslav Detainee in 1945

    • Box 6
      Correspondence 1991 Sep- 1992 May
      2 folders

      re Korcula, Croatia Emergency Appeal

    • Box 7
      Articles about Korcula, Croatia Emergency Mission 1991-1992
    • Box 7
      Articles about Korcula, Croatia Emergency Mission by Veronica Maclean 1991-1992
    • Box 7
      Correspondence 1992 Jan-Feb

      re Benefit Concert for Dubrovnik

    • Box 7
      Correspondence with David Owen and Fitzroy Maclean's Letter to The Times1992 Sep-Oct

      re Owen's Mission

    • Box 7
      Correspondence 1994

      re Aldington-Tolstoy Libel Case (Repatriations in 1945)

    • Box 7
      Correspondence 1965-1977
      3 folders

      re Tito Memoirs and other projects

    • Box 7
      Miscellaneous Correspondence 1964-1973
      6 folders
    • Box 8
      Miscellaneous Correspondence 1975-1996
      12 folders
    • Box 8
      Research Material for an article on Korcula's History by Ambroz Kapor n.d.
  • Subseries G: Family & Personal Papers
    • Box 9
      Fitzroy and Veronica Maclean to Charles and Gladys Maclean 1939-1955, n.d.
      8 folders
    • Box 9
      Charles and James Maclean to Charles Maclean; Charles Maclean to Fitzroy Maclean; and others 1953, 1957, 1965
    • Box 8
      Family Financial Record 1946
    • Box 9
      Wills of Charles and Gladys Maclean 1949, 1962
    • Box 9
      Personal/ Family Correspondence 1963, 1993, n.d.
    • Box 9
      Personal Correspondence, including some documents re military service, in French, German, Italian, and English 1928-1952
      5 folders
    • Box 9
      Personal Correspondence: A.F.R. Wollaston of King's College, Cambridge 1929 Jan 25
    • Box 9
      Personal Correspondence 1946

      re Purchase of "Beechfield"

    • Box 9
      Personal Correspondence with Fitzgerald Bemiss 1980

      re Ticonderoga story

    • Box 9
      Personal Correspondence 1995

      re Purchase of "Creggans Inn"

    • Box 9
      Personal Correspondence with Frank McLynn 1990-1994

      re Fitzroy Maclean

    • Box 9
      Personal Correspondence with Martin Stannard 1991-1992

      re Evelyn Waugh biography

    • Box 10
      Book Reviews of Fitzroy Macleanby Frank McLynn 1992-1993
    • Box 10
      Calling Cards ca. 1929-1939
      2 folders
    • Box 10
      Financial Records 1929-1946
      2 folders
    • Box 10
      Italian Residence Permit 1932
    • Box 10
      Memorabilia, including Russian Railway Schedule, German vocabulary notebook, list of stamps, post cards, travel information, and luggage tag of British delegation to NATO Parliamentarians Conference ca. 1914-1940's, n.d.
      6 folders
    • Box 10
      Scrapbook of News clippings, etc. 1939-1950
      bound volume filed with ledgers

      re Fitzroy Maclean

    • Box 10
      Scrapbook of Newsclippings 1944-1946
      bound volume filed with legders

      re Fitzroy Maclean and Articles by him

  • Subseries H: Honors & Decorations
    • Box 10
      Citation for Croix de Guerre 1942, 1957
    • Oversize folder H.S. 16
      Warrent of Appointment to the Most Excellent Order of the British Empire 1944 Aug 31
    • Box 10
      Correspondence 1951-1972

      re Awarding of Baronetcy and Arms

    • Box 10
      Citation Accompanying Medal (not present) Awarded to Fitzroy Maclean to Wear at the Coronation of Elizabeth II 1953
    • Box 10
      Master of Arts Degree, King's College, Cambridge 1968 Dec 14
    • Box 10
      Correspondence and Memorabilia 1968-1969

      re Honorary Degree from the University of Glasgow

    • Box 10
      Correspondence 1970-1971

      re Honorary Degree from Acadia University

    • Box 10
      Correspondence, Memorabilia, & Photographs 1971

      re Honorary Degree from Dalhousie University, Halifax, Nova Scotia, to Fitzroy Maclean and Tito

    • Box 10
      Program 1971-1972

      re Honorary Degree from Dalhousie University, Halifax, Nova Scotia, to Fitzroy Maclean and Tito, signed by Josip Broz Tito and Madame Jovanka Broz

    • Box 10
      Program for the Commencement of the American College of Switzerland, where Maclean awarded Honorary Degree 1979 Jun 9
    • Box 10
      Correspondence, Diploma, Photographs, and Memorabilia 1983-1984

      re Honorary Degree from Dundee University

    • Box 10
      Correspondence 1980-1996

      re Special Air Service

    • Box 11
      Correspondence 1980-1993
      4 folders

      re the 23rd Special Air Service Regiment

    • Box 11
      Robert Fellowes, on behalf of Queen Elizabeth II 1993 Nov 1

      re Installation of Fitzroy Maclean in the Order of theThistle

    • Box 11
      Correspondence 1993-1994

      re Installation of Fitzroy Maclean in the Order of the Thistle

    • Box 11
      Correspondence 1993-1994
      3 folders

      re Appointment of Fitzroy Maclean in the Order of the Thistle--Congratulations

    • Box 11
      New clippings 1993-1994

      re Appointment of Fitzroy Maclean in the Order of the Thistle

    • Box 11
      Correspondence 1995-1996

      Order of the Thistle Ceremony

    • Box 11
      Correspondence and Memorabilia 1995-1996

      re Freedom of Argyll and Bute

    • Box 11
      Letters of Congratulations from Elizabeth, the Queen Mother, to Fitzroy Maclean for receiving the Freedom of Argyll and Bute 1996 Feb-Mar
Series II
  • Subseries A: Eastern ApproachesMaterial
    • Box 12
      Drafts ca. 1948
      5 folders
    • Box 12
      Setting Copy 1949
      6 folders
    • Box 13
      Setting Copy 1949
      2 folders
    • Box 13
      Letter from Michael Adeane, Private Secretary to King George VI, to Fitzroy Maclean 1948 Dec 4

      re omitting part of an interview with the King about Yugoslavia from his book

    • Box 13
      Letter from Winston Churchill to Fitzroy Maclean 1949 Jan

      with comments about what Maclean had written about himself in the book

    • Box 13
      Telegram with Congratulations from Winston Churchill 1949
    • Box 13
      Letter from Michael Adeane, Private Secretary to King George VI, to Fitzroy Maclean 1949

      thanking him for the copy of his book sent to the King

    • Box 13
      Miscellaneous Letters including a note from Ian Flemming 1950-1954
    • Box 13
      Correspondence with Jonathan Cape and Others, including a letter by Ian Flemming to Cape 1945-1950
    • Box 13
      Correspondence with Jonathan Cape 1949-1972
      6 folders
    • Box 13
      Correspondence with Jonathan Cape 1980-1991
    • Box 13
      Correspondence with Jonathan Cape 1949-1950

      re Publicity

    • Box 13
      Correspondence with Jonathan Cape 1950-1951

      Translations

    • Box 14
      Correspondence 1949-1956

      re American Edition

    • Box 14
      Correspondence with Canongate Publishing Limited 1988-1989
    • Box 14
      Correspondence--Fan Mail 1970-1972
    • Correspondence 1983-1989

      re German Edition

    • Box 14
      Correspondence 1980-1988

      re Paperback Edition

    • Box 14
      Correspondence with Penguin 1989-1993
      3 folders
    • Box 14
      Correspondence 1952-1964
      5 folders

      re Proposed Film, with a copy of the script for the film, April 1956

    • Box 14
      Correspondence 1982-1990

      re Proposed TV Series

    • Box 15
      Correspondence and Treatments 1991-1993
      2 folders

      re Proposed TV Series

    • Box 15
      Correspondence--Thank you Letters from Friends 1949-1950
      2 folders
    • Box 15
      Correspondence 1954-1970

      re Yugoslav Edition

    • Box 15
      Correspondence 1977-1981

      re Yugoslav Edition

    • Box 15
      Contract with Jonathan Cape 1948 Nov 26
    • Box 15
      Research and Notes ca. 1948
    • Box 15
      Reviews 1949-1957, 1991
    • Box 15
      Reviews--Paperback Edition 1982
    • Box 15
      Royalty Statements 1980-1995
    • Box 15
      Serialization in The People1949
  • Subseries B: Yugoslavia Material
    • Box 15
      Disputed Barricade--Drafts Part I 1950-1956
      3 folders
    • Box 16
      Disputed Barricade--Drafts Part II ca. 1950-1956
      5 folders
    • Box 16
      Disputed Barricade--Drafts Part II ca. 1950-1956
      7 folders
    • Box 17
      Disputed Barricade--Drafts Part II ca. 1950-1956
      1 folder
    • Box 17
      Disputed Barricade--Drafts Part III ca. 1950-1956
      6 folders
    • Box 17
      Disputed Barricade--Drafts Appendix and Notes ca. 1950-1956
    • Box 17
      Disputed Barricade--Setting Copy Parts I-II, Chapters 1-10 1957
      4 folders
    • Box 18
      Disputed Barricade--Setting Copy Parts III, Chapters 11-16 1957
      2 folders
    • Box 18
      Disputed Barricade--Correspondence with Jonathan Cape, Blanche Knopf 1955-1958, 1969
    • Box 18
      Disputed Barricade--Correspondence with Anthony Eden 1955-1956
    • Box 18
      Disputed Barricade--Correspondence with Vlatko Velebit, Yugoslav Ambassador 1954-1957

      Letter of thanks on behalf of Tito

    • Box 18
      Disputed Barricade--Correspondence 1957-1961, 1985-1987

      re American Edition, The Heretic

    • Box 18
      Disputed Barricade--Correspondence with Friends and Fans 1957-1974
    • Box 18
      Disputed Barricade--Correspondence 1958, 1973

      re Translations

    • Box 18
      Disputed Barricade--Advertisements 1957
    • Box 18
      Disputed Barricade--Notes ca. 1950-1956

      re German Forces in Yugoslavia

    • Box 18
      Disputed Barricade--Reviews 1957-1958
      2 folders
    • Box 18
      Disputed Barricade--Research Material 1940, 1946-1951
      3 folders

      including "The Fourth Enemy Offensive" and some in Serbo-Croatian

    • Box 18
      Yugoslavia--Typescript and Correspondence 1965-1971
    • Box 19
      The Battle of Neretva--Drafts 1969
      5 folders
    • Box 19
      The Battle of Neretva--Correspondence 1968-72, 1978-79
      2 folders
    • Box 19
      The Battle of Neretva--Maps and Lists of Captions 1970
    • Box 19
      Tito: A Pictorial Biography--Drafts in Notebooks ca. 1980
      4 folders
    • Box 20
      Tito: A Pictorial Biography--Drafts, Chapters 1-18 1980
      5 folders
    • Box 20
      Tito: A Pictorial Biography--Galleys 1980
    • Box 20
      Tito: A Pictorial Biography--Correspondence with McGraw Hill and Others 1979-1983
    • Box 20
      Tito: A Pictorial Biography--Correspondence with Macmillan and Others 1980-1982
    • Box 20
      Tito: A Pictorial Biography--Correspondence 1980-1981
      2 folders

      re Book Promotion Tour in Yugoslavia

    • Box 20
      Tito: A Pictorial Biography--Yugoslav Newspaper articles 1981

      re Book Promotion Tour in Yugoslavia

    • Box 21
      Tito: A Pictorial Biography--Research Material 1974-1979
      4 folders

      including some correspondence and notes

    • Box 21
      Tito: A Pictorial Biography--Reviews 1980-1982
    • Box 21
      Articles 1946-1993
      9 folders
    • Box 22
      Articles--"An Adriatic Idyll" 1989 Sep

      re Korcula by Charles Maclean

    • Box 22
      Articles--"Korcula" by Veronica Maclean n.d.
    • Box 22
      Articles--"Land of the Black Mountain" 1966
    • Box 22
      Articles--"Marshall Plan for the Balkans?" 1995
    • Box 22
      Articles--Tito 1964-1965, 1971
    • Box 22
      Articles--"Tito Talks to Fitzroy Maclean" 1969
    • Box 22
      Articles--Tito article in The Washington Post1976
    • Box 22
      Articles--Tito obituary, with correspondence about it with The Daily Mailand The Sunday Times1976-1977
    • Box 22
      Articles--Tito obituary in The Daily Telegraph, with correspondence re terms 1977-1980
    • Box 22
      Articles for The Times, with correspondence 1980
    • Box 22
      Articles--"Travel to Korcula" 1993
    • Box 22
      Articles & Notes--"Whither Yugoslavia" 1989-1990
      2 folders

      Unpublished

    • Box 22
      Articles--Text of Yugoslaviawith notes [1990]
    • Box 22
      Book Reviews 1946-1953
    • Box 22
      Book Reviews-- The Adriatic Islands and Corfuby Celia Irving 1971
    • Box 22
      Book Reviews-- Approach Marchby Julian Amery 1973
    • Box 22
      Book Reviews-- The Embattled Mountainby F.W.D. Deakin 1971
    • Box 22
      Book Review-- Europe's Backyard Warby Mark Almond and Bosnia: A Short Historyby Noel Malcolm 1994
    • Box 22
      Book Reviews-- The Fall of Yugoslaviaby Misha Glenny 1992
    • Box 22
      Book Reviews-- Tito: A Biographyby Phyllis Auty 1970
    • Box 22
      Book Reviews-- Yugoslavia and the Soviet Unionby Stephan Clissold, The Yugoslav Experimentby Dennison Rusinow, When Men and Mountains Meet: the Explorers of the Western Himalayas, 1820-75by John Keay, and The Mountain of Serbiaby Anne Kindersley 1977
    • Box 22
      Book Reviews-- Tito and the Rise and Fall of Yugoslaviaby Richard Wesr and Titoby Jasper Ridley 1994
    • Box 22
      Introduction to the Reissue of William Deakin's The Embattled Mountain, including correspondence with Oxford University Press 1993-1994
    • Box 23
      Lectures on Tito 1968-1982
    • Box 23
      Lecture "The Soviet-Yugoslav Dispute" at the Royal Institute of International Affairs 1949 Dec 6
    • Box 23
      Lecture on Yugoslavia 1952 Feb 27
    • Box 23
      Lecture "Yugoslavia" at NATO Defense College 1962 May 14
    • Box 23
      Lecture/Speech at a [World War II Veteran's Event?] 1992 Mar
    • Box 23
      Lecture at Hay-on-Wye 1995
    • Box 23
      Notes on Tito in Serbo-Croatian, French, German, and Italian n.d.
    • Box 23
      Preface for Tito: A Biographyby Phyllis Auty 1970
    • Box 23
      Radio--Correspondence 1967-1968

      re of BBC Radio Broadcast on Mission to Tito

    • Box 23
      Radio--Correspondence 1964-1965

      re Tito obituary for BBC Radio

    • Box 23
      Radio--Correspondence 1969

      re BBC Radio "I Was There"

    • Box 22
      Radio--Transcript of BBC Radio Transcripts 1946-1962
      3 folders
    • Box 23
      Radio--Transcripts of BBC Radio Broadcast "Portrait of Marshal Tito" 1964
    • Box 23
      Radio--Transcripts from Radio 4 Program on Tito 1969 Mar 12
    • Box 23
      Radio--Transcripts of BBC Radio Broadcast "Fitzroy Maclean's Memories of Tito" 1972-1974
    • Box 23
      Television--Correspondence, Outlines, and Final Script for BBC Television Program "Life and Times of Marshal Tito" 1960-1965, 1973
      5 folders
    • Box 23
      Television--Correspondence and Scripts for BBC Television Tito Obituary 1967-1970
    • Box 23
      Television--Comments on Belgrade TV (in Serbo-Croatian) 1968 Nov 27
    • Box 23
      Television--Correspondence and Transcript of Interview with Tito for CBS News and Life Magazine 1968-1969
      2 folders
    • Box 24
      Television--Outlines and Interviews for CBS News Program on Tito 1969
    • Box 24
      Television--Correspondence 1970

      re Film "General from Strachur"

    • Box 24
      Television--Correspondence 1977-1978

      re BBC Television Tito Obituary

    • Box 24
      Television--Correspondence 1977-1978

      re Tito Interview for CBS News

    • Box 24
      Television--Correspondence 1977, 1980

      re Proposed BBC Programs

    • Box 24
      Television--Correspondence and Outlines 1981-1982

      re Proposed Film on Tito

    • Box 24
      Television--Correspondence 1983-1984

      re BBC Program on the S.O.E. (Special Operations Executive)

    • Box 24
      Television--Correspondence with Nordeutcher Rundfunk 1984
    • Box 24
      Television--Correspondence 1984

      re BBC Program on Evelyn Waugh

    • Box 24
      Television--Correspondence 1986-88, 1992-96
      2 folders

      re Miscellaneous Television and Film Projects

    • Box 24
      Television--Correspondence and Treatment for Proposed Television Series 1988-1989
      2 folders
    • Box 24
      Television--Correspondence 1991-1992

      re BBC Program "Ratlines"

    • Box 24
      Television--Correspondence 1994-1995

      re VPRO Program

    • Box 24
      Television--Royalty Statements from BBC Television 1973-74, 1985-88
    • Box 25
      Research Material 1963-1989
      7 folders
    • Box 25
      Research Material--Articles 1990-1995
    • Box 25
      Research Material--Journal of the Yugoslav Communist Party, in Serbo-Croatian 1942
    • Box 25
      Research Material--Maps n.d.
    • Box 25
      Research Material--Tito articles 1980, n.d.
    • Box 25
      Research Materials--United States Army Publication on German Anti-guerilla Operations in the Balkans 1954
    • Box 26
      Research Material--World War II Offensive 1968
    • Box 26
      Research Material--"Yugoslavia at the time of Changes by Admiral Mamula" [1989]
    • Box 26
      Research Material--"Yugoslavia and the Soviet Union" by Stephen Clissold 1975
  • Subseries C: Russia & The Former Soviet Union Material
    • Box 26
      A Person from England--Drafts, most in notebooks ca. 1957-1958
      7 folders
    • Box 27
      A Person from England--Drafts ca. 1957-1958
      10 folders
    • Box 27
      A Person from England--Setting Copy, Prologue and Chapter 1-4 1958
      5 folders
    • Box 28
      A Person from England--Setting Copy, Chapter 5, etc. 1958
      4 folders
    • Box 28
      A Person from England--Correspondence with Jonathan Cape 1958-1959, 1967
      2 folders
    • Box 28
      A Person from England--Correspondence with Fans 1958-1959, 1967
    • Box 28
      A Person from England--Correspondence 1990-1991

      re New Edition

    • Box 28
      A Person from England--Correspondence 1959-1968

      re Proposed Film

    • Box 28
      A Person from England--Correspondence with Publishers 1983-1986
    • Box 28
      A Person from England--Correspondence and Notes 1950-1966
      2 folders

      re Research

    • Box 28
      A Person from England--Correspondence 1958-1962

      re Translations

    • Box 28
      A Person from England--Book Reviews 1958-1962
    • Box 28
      A Person from England--Film Treatment, First Draft, by John Mortimer [1960)
    • Box 28
      A Person from England--Research Material 1827-1861, 1957

      Original Letters of Joseph Wolff and Correspondence with Ancient Light Bookshop

    • Box 28
      A Person from England--Research Material 1840-1842

      Transcripts and Copies of Letters of Charles Stoddart and others from the Public Records Office

    • Box 29
      Back to Bokhara--Draft 1959
    • Box 29
      Back to Bokhara--Correspondence 1958-1962
    • Box 29
      Back to Bokhara--Correspondence 1959-1962

      re American Edition and Other Projects

    • Box 29
      Back to Bokhara--Correspondence 1959-1962

      re Copyright Renewal

    • Box 29
      Back to Bokhara--Advertising 1959
    • Box 29
      Back to Bakhara--Contract with Jonathan Cape 1958
    • Box 29
      Back to Bokhara--Fan Mail 1959-1964
    • Box 29
      Back to Bakhara--Reviews 1959-1960
    • Box 29
      "All the Russias" (published as To the Back of Beyondand To Caucasus) Drafts ca. 1968-1970
      2 folders
    • Box 29
      "The Other Russias" (published as To the Back of Beyondand To Caucasus) Draft ca. 1968-1971
    • Box 29
      "The Other Russias and Then Mongolia" (published as To the Back of Beyondand To Caucasus) Drafts ca. 1968-1972
      2 folders
    • Box 30
      "The Other Russias and Then Mongolia" (published as To the Back of Beyondand To Caucasus) Draft ca. 1968-1972
    • Box 30
      "The Other Russias and Then Mongolia" (published as To the Back of Beyondand To Caucasus) Correspondence 1968-1972
    • Box 30
      "The Other Russias and Then Mongolia" (published as To the Back of Beyondand To Caucasus) Correspondence with Frank Herrmann 1970-1972
    • Box 30
      "The Other Russias and Then Mongolia" (published as To the Back of Beyondand To Caucasus) Notes and Research Material 1962-1971
    • Box 30
      To the Back of Beyond--Manuscript Drafts in Notebook 1973
      2 folders
    • Box 30
      To the Back of Beyond--Drafts, Chapters 1-12 1973
      2 folders
    • Box 31
      To the Back of Beyond--Drafts, Chapters 13-15 1973
    • Box 31
      To the Back of Beyond--Correspondence 1974-1984
    • Box 31
      To the Back of Beyondand To CaucasusContract with Little Brown 1973 Oct 12
    • Box 31
      To the Back of Beyondand To CaucasusContract with Jonathan Cape 1974 Jan 7
    • Box 31
      To the Back of BeyondReviews 1974-1975
    • Box 31
      To Caucasus--Manuscripts Drafts in Notebooks, Chapters 3-9 ca. 1970-1975
      2 folders
    • Box 31
      To Caucasus--Miscellaneous Typescript Drafts ca. 1970-1975
      5 folders
    • Box 32
      To Caucasus--Miscellaneous Typescript Drafts ca. 1970-1975
      12 folders
    • Box 32
      To Caucasus--Correspondence 1976-1977
    • Box 33
      To Caucasus--Correspondence 1977-1981, 1990
    • Box 33
      To Caucasus--Reviews 1976-1977
    • Box 33
      Holy Russia--Manuscript Drafts in notebook, Chapters 1-9 ca. 1976
      6 folders
    • Box 34
      Holy Russia--Manuscript Drafts in notebook, Chapter 10-12 ca. 1976
      3 folders
    • Box 34
      Holy Russia--Typescript Drafts Chapters 1-12 1978
      4 folders
    • Box 35
      Holy Russia--Manuscript and Typescript Corrections ca. 1976-1978
    • Box 35
      Holy Russia--Correspondence 1976-1986
    • Box 35
      Holy Russia--Reviews and some Research articles from 1976-1977 1979-1982
    • Box 35
      Portrait of the Soviet Union--Drafts and Notes in notebooks 1978
      2 folders
    • Box 35
      Portrait of the Soviet Union--Drafts, Parts I-IV ca. 1978
      6 folders
    • Box 36
      Portrait of the Soviet Union--Drafts, Parts I-II ca. 1985-1987
      2 folders
    • Box 36
      Portrait of the Soviet Union--Drafts in notebooks ca. 1985
      2 folders
    • Box 36
      Portrait of the Soviet Union--Drafts, Parts III-IV ca. 1985-1987
      2 folders
    • Box 36
      Portrait of the Soviet Union--Drafts, Parts I-IV 1987
      4 folders
    • Box 36
      Portrait of the Soviet Union--Lists of Photographic Illustrations Sent to Collins 1986-1987
    • Box 37
      Portrait of the Soviet Union--Lists of Photographic Illustrations Sent to Collins 1986-1987
    • Box 37
      Portrait of the Soviet Union"Collated Picture Research" ca. 1986
      3 folders
    • Box 37
      Portrait of the Soviet Union--Television Series Prospectus (James Higginson) 1977
    • Box 37
      Portrait of the Soviet Union--Television Series Prospectus (Richard Price) 1978
    • Box 37
      Portrait of the Soviet Union--Television Series Prospectus, Michael Gill and Jerome Gary 1981 Nov-1982
      2 folders
    • Box 37
      Portrait of the Soviet Union--Television Series Prospectus (Visionaire) with Memorandum 1982
    • Box 37
      Portrait of the Soviet Union--Television Series Outlines 1981-1983
      2 folders
    • Box 38
      Portrait of the Soviet Union--Television Series Outlines 1981-83, 1985-86
      4 folders
    • Box 38
      Portrait of the Soviet Union--Television Series Scripts, Parts 1-7 1987
      2 folders
    • Box 38
      Portrait of the Soviet Union--Correspondence 1974-1977
      2 folders
    • Box 39
      Portrait of the Soviet Union--Correspondence with Weidenfeld and Nicolson 1977-1980
    • Box 39
      Portrait of the Soviet Union--Correspondence 1980-1985
      9 folders
    • Box 40
      Portrait of the Soviet Union--Correspondence 1986-1991
      2 folders
    • Box 40
      Portrait of the Soviet Union--Correspondence & Reviews 1988-1989
    • Box 40
      Portrait of the Soviet Union--Correspondence 1988-1989

      re German edition

    • Box 40
      Portrait of the Soviet Union--Contract with George Weidenfeld and Nicolson 1987 Aug 20
    • Box 40
      Portrait of the Soviet UnionFilm--List of Expenses for Fitzroy Maclean 1985-1987
    • Box 40
      Portrait of the Soviet UnionFilm Research ca. 1985
    • Box 40
      Portrait of the Soviet Union--Filming Update Report 1987 Jun
    • Box 40
      Portrait of the Soviet Union--Memoranda for Negotiations 1985
    • Box 40
      Portrait of the Soviet Union--Schedules for Research Trip 1985 Dec-1986 Feb
    • Box 40
      All the Russias--Typescript Draft and List of Corrections 1988-1991
    • Box 40
      All the Russias--Correspondence 1988-1996
      4 folders
    • Box 40
      All the Russias--Reviews 1992
    • Box 41
      U.S.S.R. Articles 1949-1951
    • Box 41
      U.S.S.R. Articles--Stalin's Death 1953
    • Box 41
      U.S.S.R. Articles--"Eastern Re-Approaches" 1958
    • Box 41
      U.S.S.R. Articles--"A Caucasian Hollywood or Film Stars in Georgia" 1959
    • Box 41
      U.S.S.R. Articles--"Georgia Revisited" 1959 Sep
    • Box 41
      U.S.S.R. Articles 1959-1961
    • Box 41
      U.S.S.R.--"Trans-Siberian Journey Across the Heart of Russia" 1962 May 6
    • Box 41
      U.S.S.R. Articles 1962-1963
    • Box 41
      U.S.S.R. Articles--"Russia's New Revolution" 1966 Feb 20
    • Box 41
      U.S.S.R. Articles--"Russia Looking Both Ways" 1967 Jan 29
    • Box 41
      U.S.S.R. Articles 1967 Apr

      re the Sino Russian Border in Life

    • Box 41
      U.S.S.R. Articles--"Kosygin" 1968
    • Box 41
      U.S.S.R. Articles 1970
    • Box 41
      U.S.S.R. Articles 1973

      re the Caucasus Region

    • Box 41
      U.S.S.R. Articles-- "Tbilisi The Georgian City That's Most Un-Russian" 1974-1975
    • Box 41
      U.S.S.R. Articles--"Forward" to Guide to Moscow 1974-1976
    • Box 41
      U.S.S.R. Articles--"Imam Shamyl & the Kidnapping of the Georgian Princess" in Horizon 1975-1976
    • Box 41
      U.S.S.R. Articles 1978-1984
    • Box 42
      U.S.S.R. Articles "British Week in Novosibirsk" and "Pskov: A Journey Into Russia's Past" 1979
    • Box 42
      U.S.S.R. Articles "Inside the Soviet Union" in Telegraph Sunday Magazineca. 1978-1980
      Drafts, Galleys, and Printed; 4 folders
    • Box 42
      U.S.S.R. Articles "Inside the Soviet Union" in Telegraph Sunday Magazine 1977-1980

      Correspondence re

    • Box 42
      U.S.S.R. Articles 1985-1987
    • Box 42
      U.S.S.R. Articles "Introduction" to Through Russia on a Mustang1988
    • Box 42
      U.S.S.R. Articles "Trial and Terror" in The Listener1988, 1994

      re the Bukharin Trial in Moscow & Interview with his widow

    • Box 42
      U.S.S.R. Articles Anatoli Rybakov and Children of the Arbat1988
    • Box 42
      U.S.S.R. Articles "Forward" to Travels in 18th Century Russia1989
    • Box 42
      U.S.S.R. Articles "The Soviet Disunion" 1989
    • Box 42
      U.S.S.R. Articles 1989-1991

      re Mikhail Gorbachev

    • Box 43
      U.S.S.R. Articles 1990-1991

      re Georgia in The Sunday Times

    • Box 43
      U.S.S.R. Articles 1990

      re Azerbaijan

    • Box 43
      U.S.S.R. Articles 1990-1995, n.d.

      re Georgia, including notes and drafts

    • Box 43
      U.S.S.R. Articles "Foreward" to Alone Through the Forbidden Land1991
    • Box 43
      U.S.S.R Articles 1991 & 1995

      re Georgia in The Scotsman Magazine

    • Box 43
      U.S.S.R. Articles Interview with Edward Shevardnadze ca. 1995 Feb
    • Box 43
      U.S.S.R. Articles "Meeting the Russians" by Veronica Maclean n.d.
    • Box 43
      U.S.S.R. Articles n.d.
      Draft in notebook

      re Azerbaijan

    • Box 43
      U.S.S.R. Articles n.d.
      Draft in notebook

      re Caucasus

    • box 43
      U.S.S.R. Book Reviews by Fitzroy Maclean 1949-1994
      5 folders
    • Box 43
      U.S.S.R. Lectures--"The Answer to Russia" 1951-1952
    • Box 43
      U.S.S.R. Lectures 1958-1970
      2 folders
    • Box 44
      U.S.S.R. Lectures--"The Other Russias" 1968 Aug
    • Box 44
      U.S.S.R. Lectures 1971-1978
    • Box 44
      U.S.S.R. Lectures--Writers Conference in Moscow 1975 Oct
    • Box 44
      U.S.S.R. Lectures ca. 1982-1987
      2 folders
    • Box 44
      U.S.S.R. Lectures for Elizabeth Hill Russian Studies Appeal, with Correspondence 1988-1991
    • Box 44
      U.S.S.R. Lectures 1987-1992
      2 folders

      re Mikhail Gorbachov

    • Box 44
      U.S.S.R. Lectures 1989

      re Mikhail Gorbachev in honor of Hugh Seton-Watson

    • Box 44
      U.S.S.R. Lectures--"All the Russias" 1992

      given at Foyle's Lunch

    • Box 44
      U.S.S.R. Lectures 1992

      re Georgia

    • Box 44
      U.S.S.R. Lectures n.d.
    • Box 45
      U.S.S.R. Lectures--"To Caucasus" n.d.
    • Box 45
      U.S.S.R. Radio--Transcripts for BBC Radio "Siberia" 1952
    • Box 45
      U.S.S.R. Radio--Talks for Scottish Schools with Correspondence 1958-1959
    • Box 45
      U.S.S.R. Radio--BBC Radio "A New Look at Moscow" 1962-1963
    • Box 45
      U.S.S.R. Radio--BBC Radio "Dr. Joseph Wolff", "Samarkand", and Others 1963-1965
    • Box 45
      U.S.S.R Research Material in English and Russian 1939-40, 1944
      3 folders
    • Box 45
      U.S.S.R. Television--Scripts, etc. for BBC Television "The Road to Samarkand" 1958-1959
    • Box 45
      U.S.S.R. Television--Manuscript Draft Notebook and Scripts for BBC Television "The End of All the Earth" 1961
    • Box 45
      U.S.S.R. Television--Correspondence for BBC Television "The End of All the Earth", with Reviews 1961-1962, 1966
    • Box 45
      U.S.S.R. Television--Scripts and Reviews for BBC Television "The Other Russias" 1967
    • Box 45
      U.S.S.R. Television--Correspondence for BBC Television "The Other Russias" 1967-1973
    • Box 45
      U.S.S.R. Television--Correspondence for BBC Television "Carnival in the Caucasus" 1979-1983
      2 folders
    • Box 45
      U.S.S.R. Television--Correspondence for Central Independent Television "Spanish Civil War" 1984
    • Box 45
      U.S.S.R. Television--Transcripts of Interviews with Anna Mikhailovna Larina, Dimitri Volkogonov, Anatoli Rybakov, Alec Nove, etc. for BBC Telelvision Series "Timewatch" featuring "Bukharin" 1988
      2 folders
    • Box 46
      U.S.S.R. Television--Outlines for BBC Television Series "Timewatch" 1988
    • Box 46
      U.S.S.R. Television--Correspondence for BBC Television Series "Timewatch" featuring "Bukharin" 1988-1989
    • Box 46
      U.S.S.R. Television--Miscellaneous Programs 1988-1992
    • Box 46
      U.S.S.R. Television--Proposals and Correspondence for Television Programs 1990-1994

      re Georgia

  • Subseries D: Scotland Material
    • Box 46
      A Concise History of Scotland--Correspondence with Thames and Hudson, and Others 1965-1975
      4 folders
    • Box 46
      A Concise History of Scotland--Correspondence with Thames and Hudson 1992-1993

      re a New Edition

    • Box 46
      A Concise History of Scotland--Correspondence 1974-1986

      re an American Edition

    • Box 46
      A Concise History of Scotland--Correspondence 1984-1988

      re a German Edition

    • Box 46
      A Concise History of Scotland--Reviews 1970
    • Box 46
      A Concise History of Scotland--Royalty Statements 1974-1995
    • Box 47
      The Isles of the Sea--Manuscript Drafts in notebooks ca. 1980-1984
      5 folders
    • Box 47
      The Isles of the Sea--Typescript Drafts ca. 1984
      3 folders
    • Box 47
      The Isles of the Sea--Setting Copy 1985
      4 folders
    • Box 48
      The Isles of the Sea--Galleys, with a letter 1985

      August 1, 1996 from Edwin Moore to Veronica Maclean

    • Box 48
      The Isles of the Sea--Page Proofs 1985
    • Box 48
      The Isles of the Sea--Correspondence 1983-1989
      2 folders
    • Box 48
      The Isles fo the Sea--Correspondence 1984-1990

      re German Edition

    • Box 48
      The Isles of the Sea--Correspondence 1989-1996

      re reprint as West Highland Tales

    • Box 48
      Bonnie Prince Charlie--Manuscript Drafts in notebooks, Foreword and Part I ca. 1970-1987
      4 folders
    • Box 49
      Bonnie Prince Charlie--Manuscript Draft in notebooks, Part II ca. 1970-1987
      3 folders
    • Box 49
      Bonnie Prince Charlie--Manuscript Draft in notebooks, Part III, Chapters 13-18 ca. 1970-1987
      3 folders
    • Box 50
      Bonnie Prince Charlie--Manuscript Drafts in notebooks, Part III, Chapters 19-22 ca. 1970-1987
    • Box 50
      Bonnie Prince Charlie--Typescript Drafts, Parts, I, II, & III ca. 1970's
      7 folders
    • Box 51
      Bonnie Prince Charlie--Typescript Drafts, Parts IV, Chapters 19-22 ca. 1970's
      2 folders
    • Box 51
      Bonnie Prince Charlie--Typescript Drafts, Parts III & IV, Miscellaneous Chapters ca. 1970's
      2 folders
    • Box 51
      Bonnie Prince Charlie--Typescript Drafts, Parts I & II ca. 1980-1987
      8 folders
    • Box 52
      Bonnie Prince Charlie--Typescript Draft, Parts III & IV ca. 1980-1987
      4 folders
    • Box 52
      Bonnie Prince Charlie--Typescript Drafts, Parts III & IV ca. 1980-1987
      5 folders
    • Box 52
      Bonnie Prince Charlie--Typescript Drafts, Parts I & II ca. 1980-1987
      4 folders
    • Box 53
      Bonnie Prince Charlie--Typescript Drafts, Parts III, IV, Index, and Miscellaneous Corrections ca. 1980-1987
      5 folders
    • Box 53
      Bonnie Prince Charlie--Typescript Drafts, Parts I & II, Chapters 1-9 ca. 1987
      6 folders
    • Box 54
      Bonnie Prince Charlie--Typescript Drafts, Parts II, III, & IV, Chapters 10-22 and Bibliography ca. 1987
      7 folders
    • Box 54
      Bonnie Prince Charlie--Correspondence with George Weidenfeld and Nicolson, and Others 1969-1991
      3 folders
    • Box 54
      Bonnie Prince Charlie--Correspondence with Fans and Others 1988-1995
      2 folders
    • Box 54
      Bonnie Prince Charlie--Reviews and Related Articles 1988
    • Box 54
      "Land of Scotland" Proposed Book--Correspondence 1985-1988
    • Box 55
      Highlanders--Manuscript Drafts in notebooks ca. 1980's
      4 folders
    • Box 55
      Highlanders--Typescript Drafts ca. 1980's
      6 folders
    • Box 56
      Highlanders--Typescript Drafts ca. 1980's
      2 folders
    • Box 56
      Highlanders--Typescript Drafts 1994 Jan
      4 folders
    • Box 56
      Highlanders--Typescript Drafts 1994 Sep
      4 folders
    • Box 57
      Highlanders--Typescript Drafts, Glossary 1994 Sep
    • Box 57
      Highlanders--Typescript Drafts, Corrections 1994
    • Box 57
      Highlanders--Correspondence with Thames and Hudson, Weidenfeld and Nicolson, and Others 1980, 1989-90
    • Box 57
      Highlanders--Correspondence with Everyman's Library and Others 1994-1995
    • Box 57
      Highlanders--Correspondence 1995

      re Publicity & Book Reviews

    • Box 57
      Highlanders--Research Material 1970-1994
    • Box 57
      HighlandersTelevision (Series) Correspondence 1981-1993
      6 folders
    • Box 57
      HighlandersTelevision (Series) Correspondence and Research Material 1992-1994
    • Box 58
      HighlandersTelevision (Series) Correspondence 1994-1996
      3 folders
    • Box 58
      HighlandersTelevision (Series) Correspondence 1995-1996

      re Publicity

    • Box 58
      HighlandersTelevision (Series) Clan Histories ca. 1980's
    • Box 58
      HighlandersTelevision (Series) Notes ca. 1980-1981
    • Box 58
      HighlandersTelevision (Series) Outlines 1981, 1985, 1988
      4 folders
    • Box 58
      HighlandersTelevision (Series) Treatment 1990 May 23
    • Box 58
      HighlandersTelevision (Series) Treatment 1993 Apr & Sep
      2 folders
    • Box 59
      Scotland Articles 1957
    • Box 59
      Scotland Articles "Scottish Approaches" in The Scotsman1959
    • Box 59
      Scotland Articles 1960-1961
    • Box 59
      Scotland Articles "The Macleans of Strachur" and "I Live in Argyllshire" 1962
    • Box 59
      Scotland Articles 1975-1996
      6 folders
    • Box 59
      Scotland Articles "Arran, A Personal View" n.d.
    • Box 59
      Scotland Book Reviews by Fitzroy Maclean 1961-1994
      2 folders
    • Box 60
      Scotland Lectures & Speeches 1962-1976
    • Box 60
      Scotland Lectures & Speeches--Saint Andrews Society Banquets 1962-1964, 1978
    • Box 60
      Scotland Lectures & Speeches--Miscellaneous Material 1975, n.d.
    • Box 60
      Scotland Lectures & Speeches 1978-1993
    • Box 60
      Scotland Lectures & Speeches--Celtic Connections Festival 1994
    • Box 60
      Scotland Radio--Correspondence 1960-1962

      re "Scotland in Parliament"

    • Box 60
      Scotland Television--Miscellaneous Programs 1960-1962
    • Box 60
      Scotland Television--"Scotland in Parliament" 1963-1964
    • Box 60
      Scotland Miscellaneous Radio and Television Programs--Correspondence 1986-1991
  • Subseries E: Miscellaneous Literary Material
    • Box 60
      Take Nine Spies Manuscript Notebooks 1976-1978
      3 folders
    • Box 61
      Take Nine Spies Manuscript Notebooks 1976-1978
      6 folders
    • Box 62
      Take Nine Spies Manuscript and Typescript Drafts, Foreword, Epilouge, and Chapters 1-7 1976-1978
      11 folders
    • Box 63
      Take Nine Spies Manuscript and Typescript Drafts, Chapters 8-9 1976-1978
      3 folders
    • Box 63
      Take Nine Spies Contracts 1976-1978
    • Box 63
      Take Nine Spies Contract--Books on Tape 1990
    • Box 63
      Take Nine Spies Correspondence 1976-1986
      2 folders
    • Box 63
      Take Nine Spies Correspondence & Related Material n.d.
    • Box 63
      Take Nine Spies Correspondence--Greville Wynne 1977-1979
    • Box 63
      Take Nine Spies Reviews 1977 Dec-1979 Oct
    • Box 64
      Articles 1946

      re Japan

    • Box 64
      Articles 1946-1949

      re Asia

    • Box 64
      Articles 1946-1950

      re Korea

    • Box 64
      Article on Refugees for U.N.A. Year Book ca. 1947-1948
    • Box 64
      Article on Eire and the Commonwealth 1948
    • Box 64
      Articles 1949

      re Italy

    • Box 64
      Articles 1949, 1958

      re the Middle East

    • Box 64
      Articles 1951-1961

      re Persia

    • Box 64
      Articles 1951, 1958

      re Defense of Great Britain

    • Box 64
      Articles 1953

      re Greece

    • Box 64
      Articles 1953-1957

      re Libya during World War II

    • Box 64
      Articles 1953-1957

      re Turkey

    • Box 64
      Article on Maclean's Military Training: "Feet on the Gravel" 1954
    • Box 64
      Article on Hans ("Johnnie") von Herwarth: "A Drink Postponed" 1957
    • Box 64
      Article: "Let's Have Selective Conscription" 1961
    • Box 64
      Article: "Your Favorite Stories" 1961
    • Box 64
      Articles 1963 Nov

      re China "Inside Red China"

    • Box 64
      Interview [1963]

      re China Trip

    • Box 64
      Articles 1963

      re China "Peking Revisited," "Don't Let China Stew in Her Own Juice," and "Eyewitnesses in China"

    • Box 64
      Articles 1963-1964

      re Mongolia

    • Box 64
      Articles & Tribute 1964-1975

      re Sir Winston Churchill

    • Box 64
      Articles 1966-1970

      Mongolia

    • Box 65
      Article on Turkey 1966
    • Box 65
      Articles 1967-1968

      re the Black Sea, including one by Veronica Maclean

    • Box 65
      Articles 1969-1970

      re Defense of Europe: "Nuclear Deterrence and Conventional Forces," with Correspondence

    • Box 65
      Articles: "Wine Days" and "The Water of Life" 1982-1983
    • Box 65
      Articles 1988-1989

      re China--Trip to Kashgar in Chinese Turkestan, including Correspondence

    • Box 65
      Article: "Very Special Train" 1990
    • Box 65
      Articles 1990-1991

      re Nepal and Bhutan

    • Box 65
      Article: Gulf War 1991 Jan 10
    • Box 65
      Articles 1991-1992

      re Germany

    • Box 65
      Article 1992

      re David Stirling for Dictionary of National Biographyand Correspondence

    • Box 65
      Articles 1993

      re Canary Islands

    • Box 65
      Articles 1993-1994

      re Oman

    • Box 65
      Articles 1994-1995

      re Tibet--Correspondence, Travel Arrangements, and Memorabilia

    • Box 66
      Articles 1995 May-Dec
      2 folders

      re Tibet

    • Box 66
      Article: "Return Journey" 1995

      re the Channel Tunnel

    • Box 66
      Article: "So Farewell, Mr. Bond . . . He Was Aware of a Strange Flavor" 1996
    • Box 66
      Article: "Britain Still Needs Stuffed Shirts and Cookie Pushers" 1996
    • Box 66
      Articles ca. 1935-1996
      11 folders

      re Fitzroy Maclean, some in German, French, Serbo-Croatian, Swedish, and Dutch

    • Box 67
      Book Reviews, including The Life of Ian Fleming by Donald McCormick 1949-1994
      4 folders
    • Box 67
      Chapter "Captain Waugh" for The World of Evelyn Waugh 1972-1973
    • Box 67
      Chapter for The Queen Mother Remembered1992, 1994
    • Box 67
      Commonplace Books n.d.
      3 notebooks
    • Box 67
      Contribution to Festschrift for Hans ("Johnnie") von Herwarth: Correspondence 1973-1974
    • Box 67
      Impressions of Field Marshal Lord Wilson ("Jumbo") for Biography by David Chandler 1979-1980
    • Box 67
      Introductions to Other Author's Books 1963-1990
    • Box 67
      Introduction to Hans ("Johnnie") von Herwarth's Against Two Evils 1979-1980
    • Box 67
      Lectures & Speeches: Miscellaneous Topics 1950-1970
    • Box 67
      Lectures & Speeches: "Escape to Adventure" 1951 & 1961
    • Box 67
      Lectures & Speeches 1972-1989
    • Box 67
      Lectures & Speeches: Winston Churchill Centenary Dinner 1974
    • Box 67
      Lectures & Speeches: Winston Churchill Tribute at the Music Therapy Concert at Blenheim Palace 1977-1978
    • Box 67
      Lectures & Speeches: "By Land from Gilgit to Hong Kong" 1989 Jan 5
    • Box 67
      Lectures & Speeches: Speech on Receiving the Brown Bear Award, Brown University 1995
    • Box 67
      Lectures & Speeches 1995

      re Tibet

    • Box 68
      Lectures & Speeches n.d.
    • Box 68
      Literary Correspondence 1975-1976

      re Publication of Evelyn Waugh's Diaries, which include references to Fitzroy Maclean

    • Box 68
      Literary Correspondence with Curtis Brown, Aitken and Stone, and Others 1973-1994
    • Box 68
      Literary Correspondence with A.D. Peters Literary Agency 1979-1987
    • Box 68
      Literary Correspondences with Little, Brown 1976-1982
    • Box 68
      Literary Correspondence with Weidenfeld and Nicolson 1978-1988
    • Box 68
      Literary Correspondence with Jonathan Cape 1980-1989
    • Box 68
      Literary Correspondence with Joachim Spencker 1982

      re Invitation to Frankfurt

    • Box 68
      Literary Correspondence 1982-1984
      2 folders

      re German Translations of Isles of the Seaand Eastern Approaches

    • Box 68
      Literary Correspondence with Bato Tomasevic of Motovon Group (Yugoslav Publisher) 1984-1986
    • Box 68
      Literary Correspondence with Mainstream Publishing 1992

      re Proposed Book of Interviews including Fitzroy Maclean

    • Box 68
      Notes for article on Hungary n.d.
    • Box 68
      Obiturary Addresses & Notices by Fitzroy Maclean ca. 1964-1995
      19 folders

      some accompanied by correspondence, including: Violet Asquith, Nancy Astor, Charles Bohlen, John Bute, Nicolae Causescu, Earl Cawdor, Thomas Churchill, John Clarke, the Queen Mother, Lord Lovat, Charles Maclean, Andrew Maxwell, Paddy Mayne and Bill Elliot, Iain Moncrieffe, Peter Moore, David Scott, David Stirling, and Lord Ward

    • Box 68
      Obiturary Addresses & Notices by Others 1984-1988, n.d.
    • Box 68
      Radio Transcripts of BBC Broadcasts including "The Week in Parliament," "Japan," "China," and "Korea" 1946-1947
    • Box 68
      Radio Transcripts of BBC Broadcasts including "The International Scene as I See It" and "Escape to Adventure" 1948-1950
    • Box 69
      Radio Transcripts of BBC Broadcasts on Turkey, Persia, Britain's Defense Policy, the Hydrogen Bomb, and Others 1953-1963
    • Box 69
      Radio Transcripts of BBC Broadcasts "English in Politics" 1964
    • Box 69
      Radio Transcripts of BBC Broadcasts "Mongolia and its Giant Neighbor" 1965
    • Box 69
      Radio Transcripts of BBC Broadcasts "Churchill Man of Action" 1965-1966
    • Box 69
      Radio Transcripts of BBC Broadcasts "With Great Pleasure" 1978-1979
    • Box 69
      Radio Transcripts of BBC Broadcasts Series "Home Truths" 1993-1994
    • Box 69
      Radio & Television: Miscellaneous Programs 1991-1996
    • Box 69
      Royalty Statements 1977-1995
      3 folders
    • Box 69
      Television: Miscellaneous Programs 1960-1989
      2 folders
    • Box 69
      Television: Transcripts of BBC Broadcast "Mongolia" 1963-1964
    • Box 69
      Television: NATO Parliamentarians Conference Coverage-- Correspondence 1964
    • Box 69
      Television: "This is Your Life" 1984-1985
Series III: Photographic Material
  • Box 70
    Photograph Albums--Armenia 1961, 1975, n.d.
    3 volumes
  • Box 70
    Photograph Albums--Bakhara, formerly Uzbek, presently Uzbekistan n.d.
  • Box 70
    Photograph Albums--Caucasus 1967, 1972-1974, n.d.
    3 volumes
  • Box 71
    Photograph Albums--Caucasus 1967-1974
    5 volumes
  • Box 71
    Photograph Albums--Caucasus & Georgia n.d.
  • Box 72
    Photograph Albums--Central Asia 1965-1967
    2 volumes

    People

  • Box 72
    Photograph Albums--Georgia 1961, 1967, n.d.
    4 volumes
  • Box 72
    Photograph Albums--"Journey Into History" n.d.
    3 volumes
  • Box 73
    Photograph Albums--Leningrad, Russia 1965 & 1967
    2 volumes
  • Box 73
    Photograph Albums--Moscow, Russia 1961-1967, n.d.
    6 volumes
  • Box 74
    Photograph Albums--Moscow & Leningrad, Russia 1965-1967
  • Box 74
    Photograph Albums--Khiva, Uzbekistan & Kazakhstan 1967
  • Box 74
    Photograph Albums--Samarkand, Uzbekistan 1965-1967
  • Box 74
    Photograph Albums--Yugoslavian Army, Tito, Zagreb 1953 Sep 26
  • Box 75
    Photograph Contacts & Negatives, including Afghanistan 1938-1964
    10 folders
  • Box 76
    Photograph Contacts & Negatives 1965-1967, 1970-1974
    7 folders
  • Box 77
    Photograph Contacts & Negatives 1974-1986, n.d.
    11 folders
  • Box 78
    Photographs-- Back to BokharaIllustrations 1958
  • Box 78
    Photographs--The Balkans 1952
    3 folders
  • Box 78
    Photographs--Caucasus Area 1958-1981, n.d.
  • Box 78
    Photographs--Central Asia 1958, n.d.
    2 folders
  • Box 78
    Photographs--Central Asia (Miscellaneous), including Afghanistan ca. 1939-1967
  • Box 78
    Photographs-- Disputed BarricadeIllustrations 1957
  • Box 78
    Photographs-- Eastern ApproachesIllustrations ca. 1949
  • O.S. Folder H.S. 16
    Photographs-- Eastern ApproachesIllustrations ca. 1949
  • Box 78
    Photographs--Friends of Fitzroy Maclean n.d.
  • Box 79
    Photographs--Georgia ca. 1965-1967
  • Box 79
    Photographs--Georgian Military Highway ca. 1967-1974, n.d.
  • Box 79
    Photographs--Kazakhstan--Alma Ata 1967
  • Box 79
    Photographs--Fitzroy Maclean, Winston Churchill, Margaret Thatcher, Tito, etc. ca. 1959-1993, n.d.
  • Box 79
    Photographs--Mongolia 1987, n.d.
  • Box 79
    Photographs--Persia (Iran) & Turkey 1952-1953
  • Box 79
    Photographs-- A Person From EnglandIllustrations 1958
    2 folders
  • O.S. Folders H.S. 16
    Photographs-- A Person from EnglandIllustrations ca. 1958
  • Box 80
    Photographs-- Portrait of the Soviet UnionIllustrations ca. 1958-1988
  • Box 80
    Photographs--Russia 1958-1987, n.d.
    2 folders
  • Box 80
    Photographs--Soviet Union n.d.
  • Box 80
    Photographs--Tajikistan 1965
  • Box 80
    Photographs--Uzbekistan--Bokhara 1958, 1967
    2 folders
  • Box 81
    Photographs--Uzbekistan--Bokhara 1967, n.d.
    2 folders
  • Box 81
    Photographs--Uzbekistan--Bokhara & Khiva 1986, n.d.
  • Box 81
    Photographs--Uzbekistan--Khiva 1967
  • Box 81
    Photographs--Uzbekistan--Samarkand 1958, 1965, 1967
    3 folders
  • Box 81
    Photographs--Uzbekistan--Samarkand & Urgut 1958 & 1967
  • Box 81
    Photographs--Uzbekistan--Tashkent 1965 & 1967
  • Box 81
    Photographs--Yugoslavia ca. 1941-1970
  • Box 81
    Photographs--Yugoslavia/ Dalmatia 1952-1953
  • Box 82
    Slides--Armenia 1974-1975, 1986
    3 folders
  • Box 82
    Slides--Baltic States 1986
    3 folders
  • Box 83
    Slides--Baltic States 1986
  • Box 83
    Slides--Caucasus Mountain Region ca. 1985-1987, n.d.
    4 folders
  • Box 84
    Slides--Central Asia 1986-1987
    5 folders
  • Box 84
    Slides--Georgia, President of n.d.
  • Box 84
    Slides--Kazakhstan--Alma Ata 1967
  • Box 85
    Slides--Kirghizia 1986 Oct
  • Box 85
    Slides--Mongolia 1963, 1986
    2 folders
  • Box 85
    Slides--Russia--Leningrad (St. Petersburg) 1986
  • Box 85
    Slides--Russia--Miscellaneous 1986, n.d.
  • Box 85
    Slides--Russia--Moscow 1965-1975
  • Box 86
    Slides--Russia--Moscow 1965-1976, 1985-1986
    5 folders
  • Box 87
    Slides--Russia--Moscow 1986
  • Box 87
    Slides--Russia--Moscow 1965-1976
    2 folders

    Environs & Monasteries

  • Box 87
    Slides--Russia--Moscow n.d.

    GUM Store, Race Track, & Fashions

  • Box 87
    Slides--Russia--Moscow 1986

    The Kremlin & Red Square

  • Box 87
    Slides--Russia--Novosibirsk n.d.
  • Box 88
    Slides--Russia--Ordzhonikidze 1965-1972, n.d.
    2 folders
  • Box 88
    Slides--Russia--Ordzhonikidze, Fiagdon, Caucasus Mountains, and Mamison Pass 1972-1974, n.d.
    3 folders
  • Box 89
    Slides--Russia--Pereslavl n.d.
  • Box 89
    Slides--Russia--Pskov 1976, n.d.
    2 folders
  • Box 89
    Slides--Russia--Pyatigorsk and Elburz 1972
  • Box 89
    Slides--Russia--Zagorsk 1974-1976
  • Box 90
    Slides--Tajikistan--Pendzhikent and Uzbekistan--Samarkand 1958-1967
    3 folders
  • Box 89
    Slides--Turkmenistan--Merv n.d.
  • Box 90
    Slides--Turkmenistan, Tajikistan, Kazakhstan, and Uzbekistan n.d.
  • Box 91
    Slides--Turkmenistan, Tajikistan, Kazakhstan, and Uzbekistan n.d.
  • Box 91
    Slides--Uzbekistan 1986
  • Box 91
    Slides--Uzbekistan--Bokhara, Samarkand, etc. 1986 Oct
    2 folders
  • Box 91
    Slides--Uzbekistan--Bokhara & Khiva n.d.
  • Box 92
    Slides--Uzbekistan--Bokhara, Samarkand 1983 & 1986
  • Box 92
    Slides--Uzbekistan--Fergana & Kokand and Kirghizia 1986 Oct
  • Box 92
    Slides--Uzbekistan--Fergana n.d.
    3 folders
  • Box 93
    Slides--Uzbekistan--Kokand & Fergana n.d.
  • Box 93
    Slides--Uzbekistan--Samarkand 1986 Oct
  • Box 93
    Slides--Volga River Towns, Zagorsk, Pskov, Novgorod, & Vladimir 1986
  • Box 93
    Slides--Volga Town 1987