Victoria Ocampo papers, 1908-1979.


Victoria Ocampo papers, 1908-1979.

Papers of Victoria Ocampo (d.1979), the Argentine writer, translator, publisher,feminist, and founder of the review Sur.

34 boxes (11.3 linear ft.)





SNAC Resource ID: 6383198

Houghton Library

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Swift Tercentenary Committee. (corporateBody)

Sen, K. M. (Kshitimohan M.). (person)

Fernandez, Javier (person)

Zeballos de Ferrero, Stella M. (person)

Grant, Jane C., 1892-1972 (person)

Jane Grant (1892-1972) was the first general assignment reporter at the New York Times. In 1925, with her husband Harold Ross and Raoul Fleishmann, she founded the New Yorker magazine. In 1921, along with Ruth Hale, she founded the Lucy Stone League, an organization dedicated allowing women to preserve maiden names after marriage, as well as other women's rights issues. She and her husband divorced in 1929. In 1939 she married William B. Harris. They later established White Flower Farm, a nurser...

Sieyes, Carmen de. (person)

Jung, C.G. (Carl Gustav), 1875-1961 (person)

Psychoanalyst and author. From the description of Letter, 1935. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 34149490 Psychologist and psychiatrist. From the description of C.G. Jung papers, 1909-1955. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 70983585 Epithet: Professor psychologist British Library Archives and Manuscripts Catalogue : Person : Description : ark:/81055/vdc_100000001039.0x0000da Swiss psychoanalyst. From the description of C.G. Ju...

Valéry, Paul, 1871-1945 (person)

French poet and philosopher. From the description of Paul Valéry petition, circa 1938. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 70981247 Paul Valéry, French poet, essayist and critic. From the description of Paul Valéry collection, 1896-1939. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 78236502 From the description of Paul Valéry collection, 1896-1939. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 702153343 Valéry was a French poet. From the guide to the Papers conce...

Alfred A. Knopf, Inc. (corporateBody)

Weinstock was an executive editor at Knopf. From the description of Correspondence with Adolf Klarmann, 1945. (University of Pennsylvania Library). WorldCat record id: 155862789 American publishing house. From the description of Records. Series VIII., London Office Files, 1910-1957 (bulk 1928-1940). (Harry Ransom Humanities Research Center (HRC); University of Texas at Austin). WorldCat record id: 122617133 From the description of Records, 1873-1996 (bul...

Spiller, Ljerko (person)

Reyes, Alfonso, 1889-1959 (person)

Alfonso Reyes Ochoa (b. May 17 1889, Monterrey, Mexico–d. Dec. 27, 1959, Mexico City, Mexico) was a Mexican writer, philosopher and diplomat. His father, Bernardo Reyes, served as governor of Nuevo León and the Secretary of War and Navy. Along with many other young intellectuals, Reyes founded the Ateneo de la Juventud to promote new cultural and aesthetic ideals and educational reform in Mexico in 1909. At 21, Reyes published his first book, Cuestiones Estéticas. He lived in Spain from 1914-192...

Fassina, Maria. (person)

Squirru, Rafael (person)

Lynch, Marta (person)

Holt, Rinehart, and Winston, inc. (corporateBody)

Jijena Sanchez, Rosalia de. (person)

Escandalar. (corporateBody)

Huxley, Maria. (person)

Page, Chester. (person)

Alonso, Amado. (person)

Rodriguez Bustamante, Norberto. (person)

Weill, Kurt (person)

As a result of the success of his Broadway musical Lady in the dark in 1941, German-born composer Kurt Weill and his wife, the singing actress Lotte Lenya, were able to buy "Brook House," in Rockland County, New York, moving there during their sixth year in the United States. From Brook House, and a couple of addresses in Los Angeles during his trips there, Weill kept in touch, until a month before his death, with his parents, who had emigrated to Israel in 1935. From the description...

Halperin, Renata Donghi. (person)

Norberto V. Silvetti Paz (person)

Jorge Aja Espil (person)

Kennington, Eric, 1888- (person)

Francesca Lodge. (person)

Borges, Leonor Acevedo de. (person)

Lilar, Suzanne, 1901-1992 (person)

Belgian author of plays, novels, and essays; wrote in French; d. 1992. From the description of Suzanne Lilar collection, 1946-1983. (Boston University). WorldCat record id: 70968394 ...

Campana pro Premio Nobel de la Paz para Pablo Casals. (corporateBody)

Buxton, Robert Vere. (person)

Romero, José Luis, 1909-1977 (person)

Social historian. From the description of Reminiscences of Jos'e Luis Romero : oral history, 1971. (Columbia University In the City of New York). WorldCat record id: 122574076 ...

Sylvia Marlowe (person)

Supervielle, Jules, 1884-1960 (person)

Jules Supervielle, a poet, dramatist, and short-story writer of Basque descent, was born in Montevideo, Uruguay. He died in Paris in 1960. From the guide to the Jules Supervielle collection, 1922-1947, (Beinecke Rare Book and Manuscript Library) Poet, dramatist, and short-story writer of Basque descent. From the description of Jules Supervielle collection, 1922-1947. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 702162439 From the description of Jules Supervielle colle...

Cortazar, Julio. (person)

Fryda Schultz de Mantovani (person)

Barrett, Edward W. (Edward Ware), 1910-1989 (person)

Government official, educator. From the description of Reminiscences of Edward W. Barrett : panel discussion, 1963. (Columbia University In the City of New York). WorldCat record id: 122481058 From the description of Reminiscences of Edward W. Barrett : oral history, 1973. (Columbia University In the City of New York). WorldCat record id: 122586711 ...

Greene, Graham (person)

La Nacion, Buenos Aires. (person)

Alianza Francesa (Buenos Aires). (corporateBody)

Demian, Johann Andreas, 1770-1845 (person)

Forrester, Viviane, 1925- (person)

Varela, Carlos (person)

Dominguez, Jorge (person)

Isherwood, Cristopher, 1904- (person)

Chinese Delegation for International Intellectual Cooperation. (corporateBody)

Rivera, Diego, 1886-1957 (person)

Mexican painter and muralist. From the description of Declaration in connection with a watercolor and a drawing sold to Mrs. Schwartz, 1934 March 7, Mexico City. (Getty Research Institute). WorldCat record id: 81939422 Diego Rivera, a renowned Mexican mural painter, was commissioned by Mrs. Samuel Strong in 1935 to paint a portrait of her friend, Kathleen Burke, of Cleveland, Ohio. From the description of Receipt from Diego Rivera, 1935 Mar. 5. (Unknown). WorldCa...

Anderson Imbert, Enrique, 1910-2000 (person)

Hoppenot, Henri. (person)

Ghioldi, Americo. (person)

La Rochefoucauld, Edmée de 1895- (person)

Blackie (person)

Malraux, Alain (person)

Galli Mainini, Carlos. (person)

Mistral, Gabriela, 1889-1957 (person)

Poet and Nobel Laureate (1945) Gabriela Mistral was born Lucila Godoy y Alcayaga in Vicuña, Chile, in 1889. Mistral was an active member of the League of Nations and served as Chilean consul in Italy, Spain, and Portugal. She taught Spanish literature in the United States at Columbia University, Barnard College, and Vassar College, and at the University of Puerto Rico. Her works include Desolación, Ternura, and Tala . She died in 1957. From the guide to the Gabriela Mistral Papers 19...

Boldini, Giovanni, 1842-1931 (person)

Pusey, Nathan M. (person)

Alvarez, Ricardo E. (person)

Montessori, Maria, 1870-1952 (person)

Physician and educator. From the description of Maria Montessori lectures, 1913-1917. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 71070542 Biographical Note 1870, Aug. 31 Born, Chiaravalle, Italy 1886 1890 Attended Regio Instituto Tecnico Leonardo da Vin...

Narosky, Jose. (person)

James, Clara. (person)

Eisenstein, Sergei, 1888-1965 (person)

Marcus, Raymond (person)

Méndez, Evar, 1888-1955. (person)

Storrs, Ronald, Sir, 1881-1955 (person)

Berdi︠a︡ev, Nikolaĭ, 1874-1948 (person)

Nikolaĭ A. Berdi︠a︡ev was a philosopher, theologian and historian. From the description of Nikolai Aleksandrovich Berdiaev Letters, 1923-1947. (Columbia University In the City of New York). WorldCat record id: 320409693 ...

Canal Feijoo, Bernardo, 1897- (person)

Gibian, Jill (person)

Charles-Roux, Edmonde (person)

Satchidananda, Swami, 1914-2002 (person)

Nicolson, Nigel (person)

Epithet: writer and MP British Library Archives and Manuscripts Catalogue : Person : Description : ark:/81055/vdc_100000000351.0x000089 ...

Wilgus, A. Curtis (Alva Curtis), 1897-1981 (person)

Prescott, Joseph (person)

Sackville-West, V. (Victoria), 1892-1962 (person)

Victoria Sackville-West (1892-1962), English poet, novelist, and author of books on gardening, known for her association with the Bloomsbury group and the gardens she designed at Sissinghurst Castle. From the description of Passenger to Teheran, 1926. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 702191711 From the description of Victoria Sackville-West writings and commonplace book, 1910-1961. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 702184003 Vita Sackville-West was an English novelist, p...

Wuthenau, Alejandro von. (person)

Joulia, Blanca Rosa. (person)

Shawe-Taylor, Desmond (person)

Desmond Christopher Shawe-Taylor, 1907-1995, English music critic, was born in Dublin, Ireland and educated at Oxford. Upon graduation he was employed by The Royal Geographical Society as assistant editor of "Geographical Journal." After a short stint there he began writing mostly literary criticism and occasional music-related articles for The Times, The Spectator and other periodicals. In 1939 he joined the Royal Artillery of the British Territorial Army and served his final two years, 1944-19...

Matthews, Herbert Lionel, 1900- (person)

American journalist and author. From the description of Herbert L. Matthews Collection, 1929-1949. (Harry Ransom Humanities Research Center (HRC); University of Texas at Austin). WorldCat record id: 122640587 From the description of Herbert Lionel Matthews papers, 1961-1964. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 754867344 Herbert Matthews worked as a journalist for the New York Times for 45 years. Starting as a secretary in the business office, Matthews rose t...

Baeza de Llovet, Carmen. (person)

Institute of Contemporary Arts (London, England) (corporateBody)

La Capital. (corporateBody)

Pizarnick, Alejandra. (person)

Fink, Federico. (person)

Leonor Acevedo de Borges (person)

Lynch, Marta, 1929- (person)

Videla del Mazo, José María (person)

Obieta, Adolfo de. (person)

Ortega Spottorno, Jose. (person)

India. Ministry of Scientific Research and Cultural Affairs (corporateBody)

Dominguez, Guillermo A. (person)

Denis de Rougemont (person)

Pavan, Juan S. (person)

Bayon, Damian. (person)

Rabate, Lucienne. (person)

Spinelli, Juan. (person)

Hugo, Valentine, 1887-1968 (person)

French artist, author, and surrealist. From the description of Valentine Hugo Papers, 1872-1968. (Harry Ransom Humanities Research Center (HRC); University of Texas at Austin). WorldCat record id: 85242169 Valentine Hugo was a painter and designer whose works employed dream-like imagery. She illustrated some literary works by the Surrealists, such as Paul Eluard's Hommes et Bêtes. Crevel was a Surrealist poet and artist. From the description of Letters received,...

Ors, Eugenio ˜d'œ 1882-1954 (person)

Hispanic society of America (corporateBody)

The Hispanic Society of America, founded in 1904 by Archer Milton Huntington, promotes the study of languages, literature, arts, and history of countries where Spanish or Portuguese languages are or have been spoken. Located in New York City, New York, the society holds a rare books library and a museum containing art works and artifacts from Spain, Portugal, Central and South America. The society has been an active publisher of scholarly journals and monographs, and has housed exhibits concerni...

Perse, Saint-John (person)

French diplomat and poet. From the description of Papers of Saint-John Perse, 1956-1960. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 71015089 French poet. From the description of Autograph letters signed (66), post cards (2) and telegrams (15) : Washington, D.C., to Mina Curtiss, 1951 Jan. 10-1973 Apr. 8. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 270634725 ...

Gnecco, Emilio P. (person)

Herrera Vegas, Luis Zavaha Bunge de. (person)

Christ, Ronald J. (person)

Battistessa, Ángel José, 1902-.... (person)

Figari, Pedro, 1861-1938 (person)

Overgaard, M. Marie Therese. (person)

Gnecco, Alberto (person)

A. Bollini (person)

Tsuda, Masao (person)

Aguirre, Margarita (person)

Gallimard, Claude (person)

Benaros, Alberto. (person)

Roustan, Desire, 1873- (person)

Nys, Marguerite. (person)

Davis, Dennis (person)

Panikkar, Raimundo, 1918-2010 (person)

Time, inc. (corporateBody)

Roy E. Larsen, whose copies these dispatches were, was President of Time, Inc., 1939-1960 and Chairman of the Executive Commitee, 1960-1969. From the description of Dispatches from Time magazine correspondents: second series, 1956-1968. (Harvard University). WorldCat record id: 79093630 Roy E. Larsen (1899-1979) was the circulation manager of Time Magazine at its foundation in 1922 and he became the chief business manager of the company under Henry R. Luce. He w...

Wescott, Glenway, 1901-1987 (person)

Glenway Wescott (1901-1987) was the author of novels, poetry, short stories, and essays. He met Katherine Anne Porter in Paris in the 1930s, and they remained friends for many years. From the description of Glenway Wescott collection, 1932-1977 (bulk 1932-1962). (University of Maryland Libraries). WorldCat record id: 304239078 Glenway Wescott was an American author and personality. He was born in Wisconsin, and became part of the Paris literary circle of the 1920s before ret...

Comite Mexicano Pro-Derechos de los Judios de la Union Sovietica. (corporateBody)

Castro, J. Heriberto. (person)

Noailles, Anne-Jules ˜deœ 1650-1708 (person)

Martínez Estrada, Ezequiel, 1895-1964 (person)

Tsuji, Masahiro. (person)

Courcel, Martine de. (person)

Chatterji, N., Mrs. (person)

Academie du Monde Latin. (corporateBody)

Corti, Alfredo (person)

De Sica, Vittorio, 1901-1974 (person)

Ibarguren, Carlos, 1905- (person)

Decker, Clarence Raymond, 1904-1969 (person)

Clarence Raymond Decker was born on December 19, 1904, in Sioux City, Iowa. He received his A.B. degree in 1925 from Carleton College, and his Ph.D. from the University of Chicago in 1928. From 1929 to 1931 he served as the Chairman of the English Department at Illinois Wesleyan University. From 1934 to 1938, he served as the Chairman of the English Department at the University of Kansas City, and he became the Vice-President of the University in 1938. He became the President of the University i...

Jeannette Arata de Erize (person)

Reed, Henry, 1808-1854 (person)

Professor at the University of Pennsylvania beginning in 1831, after having practiced law for several years. Appointed professor of English Literature and Rhetoric in 1834, and Vice-Provost in 1845, positions he held at the time of his death. From the description of Henry Reed notes on mathematics and astronomy, ca. 1822-1825. (University of Pennsylvania Library). WorldCat record id: 773375462 Educator and literary critic. From the description of ALS : to Abraham...

Garcia-Mazas, Jose. (person)

Dagnan-Bouveret, Pascal-Adolphe-Jean, 1852-1929 (person)

French painter. From the description of Letter, 1880. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 84003262 From the description of Letters, 1907-1922. (Getty Research Institute). WorldCat record id: 83286950 ...

Spadavecchia de Gerardini, Amelia. (person)

Bock, Werner, 1893-1962 (person)

Cromo Publicidad S.A. (corporateBody)

Luis Bemberg (person)

Gálvez, Manuel, 1882-1962 (person)

Bonardo, Augusto (person)

Marichalar, Antonio (person)

Tran Van Dinh 1923- (person)

Celalyan, Vartuhi. (person)

Barrandeguy, Emma. (person)

Embree, Edwin R. (Edwin Rogers), 1883-1950 (person)

Foundation executive and author. From the description of Edwin R. Embree collection, [undated]. (Fisk University). WorldCat record id: 70971646 Edwin Embree was secretary (1917-1924), director of the Division of Stusies (1924-1927), and vice-president (1927) of The Rockefeller Foundation, president of the Rosenwald Fund (1927-1948), and president of the Liberian Foundation. From the description of Papers, 1925-1930. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 122628995 ...

Lehman, Robin (person)

Lehman lived in Paris and visited Alma Mahler in New York City. He was apparently a composer. From the description of Correspondence to Alma Mahler, 1962-1963. (University of Pennsylvania Library). WorldCat record id: 155863786 American film maker and composer. From the description of Autograph letters signed (2), dated : New York, 24 Feb. 1980 and [n.d.], to Charles [Ryskamp], 1980 Feb. 24 and n.d. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 270667219 From the descr...

Amiya Chakravarty. (person)

Lansard, Jean (person)

Zavattini, Cesare (person)

Steinem, Gloria, 1934- (person)

Gloria Steinem, late 1960's Gloria Steinem was born on March 25, 1934 in Toledo, Ohio to Leo Steinem and Ruth Nuneviller Steinem, the second of their two children (Suzanne Steinem was born in 1925). She grew up in Toledo and Clark Lake, Michigan, where the family ran a summer resort. Leo and Ruth divorced in 1945, and, with Suzanne away at Smith College in Northampton, Massachusetts, eleven-year-old Gloria assumed responsibility for the care of her mother, who was incre...

Galantière, Lewis, 1895-1977 (person)

Translator of French literature, playwright, journalist. Galantiere (1893-1977) worked for the International Chamber of Commerce in Paris from 1920 to 1927, and came to know many French writers and American expatriates. He also worked with the Federal Reserve Bank of New York, the Office of War Information, and Radio Free Europe. He was president of the American branch of P.E.N., 1965-1967. From the description of Lewis Galantière papers, 1920-1977. (Columbi...

Massuh, Victor. (person)

Lacan, Jacques, 1901- (person)

Zuleta. (corporateBody)

Gobernado, Antonio (person)

Van Loewen. (person)

Niedermeyer, Franz. (person)

Levillier, Jeannette. (person)

Fall, Amadou (person)

Rothschild, Alix, baroness de, 1911-1982 (person)

Herrick, Leonard. (person)

Liscano, Juan, 1915-.... (person)

Rojas, Isaac Francisco, 1906- (person)

Enrico. (person)

Almandos Almonacid, Maria. (person)

Prando, Alberto (person)

Bemberg, Maria Luisa (person)

Almendros, Nestor (person)

Mastronardi, Carlos, 1901- (person)

A. W. Lawrence (person)

Sociedad Hebraica Argentina (corporateBody)

British Broadcasting Company (corporateBody)

The two part documentary ‘No Plan, No Peace: The inside story of Iraq’s descent into chaos’ was produced by BBC Current Affairs and broadcast on the 28th and 29th October 2007. From the guide to the BBC Documentary: ‘No Plan, No Peace’ Collection, 2007, (Middle East Centre Archive, St Antony's College, Oxford) In December 1981, BBC Radio 4 broadcast a series of 13 controversial programmes by its Religious Affairs Correspondent, Gerald Priestland, under the title Priestland's...

Glickman, Elba. (person)

Lapido Portela, Jose A. (person)

Imprenta Lopez. (corporateBody)

Federacion Argentina de Mujeres de Negocios y Profesionales. (corporateBody)

Frondizi, Arturo, 1908-1995 (person)

Marichal, Juan, 1922-2010 (person)

Juan Marichal was Smith Professor of the French and Spanish Languages and Literatures at Harvard. From the description of Papers of Juan Marichal, 1903-1985 (inclusive). (Harvard University). WorldCat record id: 77061094 ...

Aldous Huxley (person)

Rockefeller, David, 1915-2017 (person)

David Rockefeller (born June 12, 1915, New York City – died March 20, 2017, Pocantico Hills, New York) was an American investment banker who served as chairman and chief executive of Chase Manhattan Corporation. He was the oldest living member of the third generation of the Rockefeller family, and family patriarch from July 2004 until his death in March 2017. Rockefeller was the fifth son and youngest child of John D. Rockefeller Jr. and Abby Aldrich Rockefeller, and a grandson of John D. Rockef...

Jose Bianco. (person)

UNESCO (corporateBody)

Huxley, Julian, 1887-1975 (person)

English biologist. From the description of Typed letter signed : London, to Mr. Heineman, 1928 Feb. 17. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 269555836 British biologist, philosopher, and popularizer of science; b. Julian Sorell Huxley. From the description of Papers, 1899-1980. (Rice University). WorldCat record id: 86118827 From the description of Julian Sorell Huxley papers, 1899-1980. (Rice University). WorldCat record id: 28418189 Jul...

Vosper, Margery (person)

Kennington, Celandine. (person)

Marias, Julian, 1914- (person)

Academia Nacional de Bellas Artes (Argentina) (corporateBody)

Breda, Emilio A. (Emilio Alberto), 1945- (person)

Argentina. Comision Nacional Argentia para la Unesco. (corporateBody)

Mallea, Eduardo, 1903-1982 (person)

Benito, José de (person)

Unamuno, Miguel de 1864-1936 (person)

Miguel de Unamuno y Jugo, born in 1864, was a Spanish author, philosopher and educator, whose essays had great influence in early 20th-century Spain. He was one of the foremost representatives of the movement Generation '98. He died in 1936. From the description of Miguel de Unamuno Papers. 1885-1936. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 225566245 ...

Bandyopdhyya, Somendrantha. (person)

Rossi, A., 1892-1960 (person)

Gardiol, Rita Mazzetti de. (person)

Uriburu Roca, Guillermo. (person)

Instituto Cultural Ultravitalista Biblioteca Simon Bolivar. (corporateBody)

France. Ambassade (U.S.) (corporateBody)

Laura Huxley (person)

Blake-Tyler, H. B. (person)

Bibesco, Helena. (person)

Asociacion Latinoamericana Civico Social. (corporateBody)

Commission pour la Verite sur les Crimes de Staline (corporateBody)

D'Orgeval, F. (person)

University of Texas at Austin. Humanities Research Center (corporateBody)

Parke-Bernet Galleries. (person)

Salas, Alberto Mario (person)

Federacion Argentina de Mujeres Universitarias. (corporateBody)

Murena, H. A. (person)

Astor, Nancy Witcher Langhorne Astor, Viscountess, 1879-1964 (person)

Born Nancy Witcher Langhorne, of Richmond, Va., and "Mirador," Albemarle co., Va. Married Robert Gould Shaw, 1897; divorced, 1903; one son, Robert Gould. Married Waldorf Astor (1879-1952) of Cliveden, Buckinghamshire, Eng., 1906; five children: William Waldorf (b. 1907), Nancy Phyllis Louise (b. 1909), Frances David Langhorne (b. 1912), Michael (b. 1916), and John Jacob (b. 1918). Elected first woman to Parliament, 1919, serving twenty-five years. From the description of Pa...

Caillois, Roger, 1913-1978 (person)

French writer and editor. From the description of Letters : to Roger and Nora Shattuck, 1968 and n.d. (Harry Ransom Humanities Research Center (HRC); University of Texas at Austin). WorldCat record id: 122617130 ...

Parravicini, Viviano. (person)

Rojas, Gonzalo, 1917-2011 (person)

Corti, Roberto (person)

Cartosio, Emma de (person)

Elia Kazan. (person)

Mujica Lainez, Manuel, 1910- (person)

Neruda, Pablo, 1904-1973 (person)

Neruda was a Chilean poet, diplomat, and politician. He won the Nobel Prize for Literature in 1971. From the description of Pablo Neruda papers concerning Fulgor y muerte de Joaquin Murieta, 1967-1976 (inclusive), 1967 (bulk). (Harvard University). WorldCat record id: 612769868 From the guide to the Pablo Neruda papers concering Fulgor y muerte de Joaquin Murieta, 1967-1976, bulk 1967., (Houghton Library, Harvard College Library, Harvard University) Poet. ...

Gide, André, 1869-1951 (person)

French writer, humanist and moralist. From the description of Letters : Paris, to Kelver Hartley, Paris, 1934 Nov. 1-Dec. 25. (University of California, San Diego). WorldCat record id: 32415731 French author. From the description of Autograph letter signed, dated : [Criquetot-l'Esneval], 9 April 1916, to Gabriel [i.e. Georges] Jean-Aubry, 1916 Apr. 9. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 270577855 From the description of Letter, 1924 April 7 [manuscript]. (Uni...

Montessori, Mario, 1898-1982 (person)

Mendelsohn, Erich, 1887-1953 (person)

German architect. From the description of Design, ca. 1924. (Getty Research Institute). WorldCat record id: 81952229 Correspondence to Lewis Mumford from architect Eric Mendelsohn and his wife, Louise Mendelsohn. All letterheads and signatures by Mendelsohn in this file spell his first name as "Eric," not "Erich." From the description of Letters to Lewis Mumford, 1941-1975, n.d. (University of Pennsylvania Library). WorldCat record id: 122526818 German a...

Garramuño, Carlos Alberto 1932- (person)

Brando, Luisina (person)

Pochhammer, Maria von. (person)

Ajai. (person)

Puccini, Dario. (person)

Butler, Horacio, 1897- (person)

Casares, Maria. (person)

Bonet, Osvaldo (person)

Baron Supervielle, Odile. (person)

La Nacion (corporateBody)


Nantet, Renee Claudel. (person)

Durry, Marie-Jeanne, 1901-1980 (person)

Victoria, Marcos, 1902-.... (person)

Fondane, Benjamin, 1881-1943 (person)

Freilich de Segal, Alicia (person)

Satyajit Ray (person)

Albert Beuret (person)

Consejo Argentio de la Paz. (corporateBody)

Bruno, Pedro M. (person)

Kripalani, Krishna, 1907-1993 (person)

Catherine, Jean-Pierre (person)

Sorondo, M. S. (Marcelo Sanchez). (person)

Visva-Bharati. (person)

Cottier, Yvette. (person)

Jouvet, Louis (person)


Heinemann Educational Books (Nig.) Ltd. (corporateBody)

Schultz de Mantovani, Fryda, 1912-1978 (person)

Zabel, Morton Dauwen, 1901-1964 (person)

Morton Dauwen Zabel (1901-1964), author, critic, editor and scholar of nineteenth-century English and European literature. Received his PhD from the University of Chicago in 1933. Zabel served as associate editor of Poetry: A Magazine of Verse from 1928-1936 and full editor 1936-1937. His professional association with the University of Chicago began in 1947 when he was appointed to the English Department and actively continued until his death in 1964. From the description of Morton D...

Congres des Peuples pour la Paix (1952 : Vienna). (corporateBody)

De Onis, Harriet, 1899- (person)

Stravinsky, Soulima (person)

Soulima Stravinsky is a pianist, teacher, and composer, son of Russian composer Igor Stravinsky. From the description of Papers, ca.1884-1976 (inclusive), 1950-1976 (bulk). (New York Public Library). WorldCat record id: 122607485 ...

Pierre Laurent. (person)

Ray, Sibnarayan, 1921-2008 (person)

Paul Valery. (person)

Bertin, Lionel. (person)

Day, Rosamond. (person)

Pasolini, Pier Desiderio, conte, 1844-1920 (person)

Epithet: author British Library Archives and Manuscripts Catalogue : Person : Description : ark:/81055/vdc_100000000560.0x000287 ...

Switzerland. Botschaft (Argentina). (corporateBody)

Steiner, George, 1929-.... (person)

Edelberg, Betina (person)

Garelli, Margarita. (person)

Varela Ortega, Jose. (person)

Lehmann, John, 1907-1987 (person)

Epithet: writer and critic British Library Archives and Manuscripts Catalogue : Person : Description : ark:/81055/vdc_100000000208.0x0001d8 John Lehmann was an English author, poet, journalist, editor, and publisher. He was founder and editor (1936-1950) of NEW WRITING, manager (1938-1946) of Hogarth Press, founder and director (1946-1952) of John Lehmann, Ltd. (publishers), founding editor (1953-1961) of LONDON MAGAZINE, and visiting professor at various universities. He al...

Lopez de Gomara, Susana. (person)

Heston, Charlton, 1923-2008 (person)

Charlton Heston (b. Oct. 4, 1923-d. Apr. 5, 2008), American actor of film, theater and television. From the description of Heston, Charlton, 1923-2008 (U.S. National Archives and Records Administration). naId: 10582407 ...

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Martinez, Martha, 1920- (person)

Koestler, Arthur, 1905-1983 (person)

Epithet: author British Library Archives and Manuscripts Catalogue : Person : Description : ark:/81055/vdc_100000000386.0x0001d3 ...

McLeod, Enid (person)

Silva Herzog, Jesus, 1892- (person)

Stravinsky, Soulima, 1910- (person)

Soulima Stravinsky is a pianist, teacher, and composer, son of Russian composer Igor Stravinsky. From the guide to the Soulima Stravinsky papers, ca.1884-1976 (inclusive, 1950-1976, (The New York Public Library. Music Division.) ...

Vázquez, María Esther, 19..-.... (person)

Armand, Octavio. 1946-.... (person)

Centro Argentino de Ingenieros (corporateBody)

Valladares, Leda (person)

Ernesto Gimenez Caballero (person)

Claude Gallimard (person)

Bay, Andre. (person)

Sommer, Pablo Heinz. (person)

Liddle, Magdalen. (person)

International Writers' Fund. (corporateBody)

Poetry magazine 59 (corporateBody)

Ramos, Lilia (person)

Brancato. (person)

Sosa, Nilda (person)

Gallegos, Eduardo. (person)

Committee of Correspondence (New York, N.Y. : 1952-1969) (corporateBody)

International women's organization. This New York-based affiliate of Women's International Non-Government Organizations sponsored leadership training programs and seminars designed to prepare women to assume leadership roles in their emerging nations. It was founded in 1953 by women in the United States for the purpose of exchanging ideas, experiences, and information with women abroad. Five thousand women in 138 countries participated; contacts were mostly with educated...

Roa, Raul. (person)

Institute of International Education (New York, N.Y.) (corporateBody)

Gudino Kieffer, Eduardo. (person)

Arbones, Alberto. (person)

Schoo, Ernesto. (person)

Huxley, Juliette, 1896-1994 (person)

Lady Marie Juliette Baillot was born in Auvernier, Switzerland, in a village near Lake Neuchâtel, on December 6, 1896, and moved to England at the age of nineteen to work as a French teacher for Ottoline Morrell. At Garsington, Morrell’s home, she met numerous guests including Aldous Leonard Huxley (ALH) and Julian Huxley. Julian and Juliette began courting in 1916, and corresponded throughout 1917 and 1918 while Julian served in the Army Service Corps and Army Intelligence during W...

MCA Paris Ltd. (corporateBody)

McGuire, William, 1917- (person)

Author and editor. From the description of William McGuire papers, 1868-1998 (bulk 1967-1997). (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 71072533 Biographical Note 1917, Nov. 8 Born, St. Augustine, Fla. 1939 M.A., University of Florida, Gainesville, Fla. ...

Aron, Raymond, 1905-1983 (person)

French journalist, sociologist and philosopher. From the description of Raymond Aron papers, 1916-1998. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 754871979 ...

Zona Franca : Revista de literatura e ideas. (corporateBody)

Romero, Francisco, 1891-1962 (person)

Huxley, Aldous, 1884-1963 (person)

Dabini, Attilis. (person)

Wulff, Catalina. (person)

Uribe, Basilio (person)

Woolf, Virginia, 1882-1941 (person)

Virginia Woolf (b. January 25, 1882, London, England–d. March 28, 1941, Ouse, River, Englnad) was a noted novelist and is now viewed as a pioneer of feminist literature. She was a member of the Bloomsbury Group, comprised of English artists, philosophers, and writers in the early twentieth century. She was also a co-founder and operator (along with husband Leonard Woolf) of Hogarth Press. Though she received little formal education, her father, a writer and editor with strong ...

Grinberg, Miguel (person)

Caillois, Aleva. (person)

Sipriot, Pierre. (person)

Vera Ocampo, Raul. (person)

Great Britain. Embassy (Argentina) (corporateBody)

American Center of P.E.N. (corporateBody)

P.E.N. American Center is the American branch of an international organization of writers which includes poets, playwrights, editors, essayists and novelists. From the description of P.E.N. (PEN) American Center archives, 1922-2008 (bulk 1930s-1989) (Princeton University Library). WorldCat record id: 247993823 The PEN Translation Fund was established by PEN America in the summer of 2003 through a gift from an anonymous donor in response to "the dismayingly low number of lite...

Federacion Socialista de la Capital Federal. (corporateBody)

Fundacion Severo Vaccaro. (corporateBody)

Greene, Vivien, 1904-2003 (person)

Epithet: wife of Graham Greene British Library Archives and Manuscripts Catalogue : Person : Description : ark:/81055/vdc_100000000750.0x00031a ...

Manuel Alvarez Rodriguez. (person)

Prebisch, Alberto (person)

Wilson, Colin, 1931-2013 (person)

British author. From the description of Collection, 1951-1962. (Harry Ransom Humanities Research Center (HRC); University of Texas at Austin). WorldCat record id: 122597893 Colin Henry Wilson (born June 26, 1931 in Leicester) is a prolific British writer. He first came to prominence as a philosopher and has since written widely on true crime, mysticism, fiction and other topics. From the description of Colin Wilson collection. [1952-1965]. (University of Victoria...

Dessein, Daniel Alberto, 1926-.... (person)

Maritain, Jacques, 882-1973 (person)

Garcia Garrido, Jose Luis. (person)

Lawrence, T. E. (Thomas Edward), 1888-1935 (person)

Lawrence, a British archaeologist, soldier, and writer, was known as Lawrence of Arabia. From the description of Miscellaneous papers, 1934-1937. (Harvard University). WorldCat record id: 122590319 From the guide to the T. E. Lawrence miscellaneous papers, 1934-1937., (Houghton Library, Harvard College Library, Harvard University) Thomas Edward Lawrence was born Aug. 16, 1888, at Tremadoc, North Wales. His parents, Sir John Chapman and Sarah Junner never married, th...

Ulled, Armando. (person)

Breton, André, 1896-1966 (person)

French surrealist poet. From the description of Letter, 1954. (Getty Research Institute). WorldCat record id: 83290392 French writer and one of the founder of surrealism. From the description of Letter, 1955 Feb. 10. (Getty Research Institute). WorldCat record id: 79306565 ...

Symington, John Alexander (person)

Epithet: librarian British Library Archives and Manuscripts Catalogue : Person : Description : ark:/81055/vdc_100000001072.0x0000a3 ...

Ema Paviolo (person)

Bernanos, Georges, 1888-1948 (person)

Minervas Kvartalsskrift. (corporateBody)

Somos (corporateBody)

Joxe, Louis (person)

Epithet: Government General Secretary British Library Archives and Manuscripts Catalogue : Person : Description : ark:/81055/vdc_100000000837.0x0000ba ...

Morsella, Astur (person)

Joanne Edgar (person)

O'Gorman, Ned, 1921- (person)

Fraternidad Rosacruz del Paraguay. (corporateBody)

Conference of Inter- American Women Writers (corporateBody)

Ruiz Moreno, Hector. (person)

Gainza Paz, Alberto, 1899- (person)

Fontan, Dionisia. (person)

Lawrence, M. R. (person)

Gimenez Zapiola, Emilio. (person)

Moria de Subercaseaux, Ximena. (person)

Le Corbusier, 1887-1965 (person)

Architect. Le Corbusier, born Charles-Edouard Jeanneret, adopted pseudonym Le Corbusier, 1920. Studied engraving at School of Applied Arts, La Chaux de Fonds, 1900-1905. Employed in office of architect Josef Hoffmann, Vienna, in 1907; August Perret, Paris, and with Walter Gropius and Mies van der Rohe, Berlin, in 1910. Founder-Director, L'Atelier d'Art Réunis, La Chaux de Fonds, 1909-1914, and Instructor, l'Eplattenier's Nouvelle Section de l'Ecole d'Art, La Chaux de Fonds, 1911-1914; also work...

Sotheby Parke Bernet, Inc (corporateBody)

Huidobro, Pedro G. (person)

Alleva, Renato. (person)

Cura, María Renée (person)

Cranmer, Jean. (person)

Edmundo. (corporateBody)

Bondy, François, 1915- (person)

Arenas Luque, Fermin Vincente, 1909- (person)

Shaw, Charlotte Frances Payne-Townshend. (person)

Bianco, Jose. (person)

Roger Caillois. (person)

Malraux, Madeleine (person)

Garcia de Souza, Claudio (person)

India. Embassy (Argentina). (corporateBody)

Zanetta, Susana. (person)

Kirstein, Lincoln (person)

American ballet director, writer, and dance historian, 1907-1995. Lincoln Kirstein was born in Rochester, NY, educated at Harvard (B.A. 1929, M.A. 1930). He married Fidelma Cadmus, sister of artist, Paul Cadmus, in 1941 and served in the U.S. Army 1943-45. He co-founded School of American Ballet with George Balanchine and Edward M.M. Warburg in 1934. Participated in the founding and/or direction of American Ballet in 1935, Ballet Caravan 1936-41, Ballet Society in 1946, and became general direct...

Gutman, Daniel, Dr. (person)

Popescu, Stan M. (person)

Louise Crane. (person)

Reszler, Andre. (person)

Camus, Albert, 1913-1960 (person)

Albert Camus (1913-1960) was an influential intellectual and writer. He was born and raised in Algeria, but spent most of his life during World War II and afterwards in France. Camus received the Nobel Prize for Literature in 1957. From the description of Albert Camus papers, 1936-1959. (Wesleyan University). WorldCat record id: 299152604 Albert Camus (1913-1960) was a French author, journalist, and philosopher. From the guide to the Albert Camus Letters to Lucet...

Adam, Carlos (person)

Bhattacharyya, Amar. (person)

Varela Dominguez de Ghioldi, Delfina. (person)

Ortega y Gasset, José, 1883-1955 (person)

Spanish philosopher, author and essayist. From the description of Papers of José Ortega y Gasset, circa 1905-1955. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 79455905 ...

Piguet, J.-Claude (Jean-Claude), 1924-2000 (person)

Chadwick, Nora K. (Nora Kershaw), 1891-1972 (person)

British literary historian. From the description of Letter : Cambridge, to "Dear sir," 1931 Jan. 8. (Harry Ransom Humanities Research Center (HRC); University of Texas at Austin). WorldCat record id: 122632946 ...

Dana, Doris (person)

Bernal, Joaquin. (person)

Manuel Mujica Lainez (person)

National Institute of Arts and Letters (U.S.) (corporateBody)

George Weidenfeld (person)

New York Review of Books. (corporateBody)

The New York Review of Books was begun in New York City in February, 1963. Among those primarily responsible for its inception were Robert Silvers, then on the staff of Harper's Magazine, Barbara Epstein and her husband, Jason Epstein, an editor for Random House, and Elizabeth Hardwick, wife of poet Robert Lowell. The immediate reason for its publication was the newspaper strike, which eliminated one of the means by which publishers advertised their new works to the book-buying mark...

Hallade Courcel. (person)

Cullen, Mercedes Artayeta de. (person)

Duse, Eleonora, 1858-1924 (person)

Internationally renowned Italian actress and theatrical company manager. From the description of Eleonora Duse letters to Gabriele d'Annunzio, 1895-1897. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 80942293 From the description of Eleonora Duse letters to Gabriele d'Annunzio, 1895-1897. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 702146497 Italian actress. From the description of Autograph letter signed : [n.p.], to Antonio Zippico, 1902 Apr. 2. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 270...

Ortega, Soledad, 1914- (person)

Vinacua, Rodolfo (person)

Journal of Inter-American Studies (corporateBody)

Patron Costas. (person)

Guido, Beatriz (person)

Ganay, Rosita de. (person)

Norman, Dorothy 1905-.... (person)

Marguerite Focillon. (person)

Krupkin, Ilka (person)

France. Presidence de la Republique. (corporateBody)

Tagore, Rabîndranâth, 1861-1941 (person)

Rabindranath Tagore was born in Calcutta on 6 May 1861. After his marriage in 1883, Tagore managed the family estates at Shileida, where he wrote many of his works. In 1901 he founded a school at Santiniketan, Bopur, Bengal, which later became the international institution, Visva-Bharati. In 1912 he visited England and translated some of his works into English. He also made visits to countries in Europe, Asia and North and South America. In 1913 he received the Nobel Prize for literature. At the...

British Council (Spain) (corporateBody)

The British Council is the United Kingdom’s public diplomacy and cultural organisation. Part of its work is to send British writers on trips abroad in order to help international artistic understanding. From the guide to the British Council letters and reports, 1960-2001, (Reading University: Special Collections Services) ...

Mookerjee, Ranu. (person)

Pierre Drieu la Rochelle (person)

Fundacion General Juan Martin de Pueryrredon. (corporateBody)

Academia argentina de letras (corporateBody)

Greenberg, Noah (person)

Woolf, Leonard, 1880-1969 (person)

Leonard Woolf, husband of Virginia Woolf, was a unique thinker and theorist in his own right--sophisticated, principled, and humane. His legacy is inextricably tied with the Bloomsbury Set, one of the most influential literary groups of the 20th century, and with Hogarth Press, which he co-founded with his wife. From the description of Leonard Woolf letter to Wigram, 1935 June 10. (Pennsylvania State University Libraries). WorldCat record id: 52221264 Leonard Sidney Woolf (1...

Salmon, Ellinor. (person)

Morrell, Ottoline Violet Anne Cavendish-Bentinck, Lady, 1873-1938 (person)

Patron of the arts and society hostess. From the description of Ottoline Morrell Collection, 1882-1946 (bulk 1882-1938). (Harry Ransom Humanities Research Center (HRC); University of Texas at Austin). WorldCat record id: 122648377 British-born literary hostess of the World War I and post-war periods. From the description of Papers. 1916-1934. (University of Maryland Libraries). WorldCat record id: 23685667 Purchase; John Wilson (Autographs) Ltd.; 1992. ...

Dohms, Gerhard (person)

John Simon Guggenheim Memorial Foundatin. (corporateBody)

Sábato, Ernesto R., 1911-2011 (person)

Ernesto Sabato (b. June 24, 1911, Rojas, Argentina–d. April 30, 2011, Santos Lugares, Argentina) was an Argentine novelist, essayist, painter and physicist. He was an active member in the Reforma Universitaria movement, founding "Insurrexit Group" in 1933 and was sent by the Communist Party of Argentina to the International Lenin School but began doubting Communist. He obtained his PhD in physics from the Universidad Nacional de La Plata in 1938 but left it behind to write and paint....

Rougemont, Denis ˜deœ 1906-1985 (person)

Gorkin, Julián, 1901- (person)

Sociedad argentina de escritores (corporateBody)

Maria Huxley. (person)

Fuentes, Carlos (person)

British Council (Argentina). (corporateBody)

Brandin, M. (person)

Albert Camus (person)

Baeza, Ricardo, 1890- (person)

Kelly, Marie Noële (person)

Rojas Silveyra, Jorge. (person)

University of Puerto Rico (Rio Piedros Campus). Editorial Universitaria. (corporateBody)

Frank, Waldo (person)

Plaut, Ernesto. (person)

Alberti, Rafael, 1902-1999 (person)

Scorza, Luis. (person)

Siegel, Lois (person)

Roy, Kshitis (person)

Ramella, Raul. (person)

Romay, Arturo (person)

Bagchi, Jyotirindra. (person)

Fondation Royaumont. Centre culturel de rencontre (corporateBody)

Gallardo, Jorge Emilio (person)

Bernárdez, Francisco Luis, 1900- (person)

Huxley, Laura Archera (person)

Biography Aldous Leonard Huxley was born on July 26, 1894 in Surrey, England; a disease of the eyes permanently weakened his vision at age 16, disrupting his plan to enter the medical profession; BA, Balliol College, Oxford, 1916; employed by the British government during World War I; schoolmaster at Eton College, 1917-19; staff member of Athenaeum and Westminster gazette, 1919-24; published his first novel, Chrome yellow, in 1921; went on to...

Windhausen, Rodolfo. (person)

Alma Frank. (person)

Gunther, John, 1901-1970 (person)

John Gunther, journalist and writer. The John Gunther Papers consist of different draft versions of Gunther's books along with correspondence, articles, and notes related to these projects. Papers related to Chicago Revisited. From the description of John Gunther papers, 1935-1967 (inclusive) (University of Chicago Library). WorldCat record id: 613714359 ...

Lucy Greene (person)

S. Ganguli (person)

Columbia University. Graduate School of Journalism. (corporateBody)

BIOGHIST REQUIRED The School of Journalism was established through monies left to Columbia University in the will of Joseph Pulitzer who died in 1911. As he wrote in his will, “There are now special schools for instruction for lawyers, physicians, clergymen, military and naval officers, engineers, architects and artists, but none for the instruction of journalists. That all other professions and not journalism should have the advantage of special training seems to me contrary to rea...

Étiemble, 1909- (person)

René Etiemble was a French novelist and literary critic who wrote for the Nouvelle Revue Française. He is perhaps best known for his critical studies of Rimbaud. From the description of René Etiemble letter, Alexandria, to mon cher John, 1947 October 8. (Pennsylvania State University Libraries). WorldCat record id: 40804527 ...

Walton, William, 1902-1983 (person)

William Walton composed the Sinfonia Concertante while living in London with the Sitwell family. Walton dedicated the three movements of the work to Edith, Osbert, and Sacheverell Sitwell. The Sinfonia Concertante was first published in 1928 and revised in 1943. From the description of Sinfonia concertante : for orchestra with pianoforte (quasi obbligato) / by William Walton. [ca. 1927] (Yale University). WorldCat record id: 62092340 English composer. From the de...

Chadourne, Paul. (person)

France. Ministre d'Etat charge des Affaires Culturelles. (corporateBody)

Lash, Kenneth. (person)

Congress for Cultural Freedom. (corporateBody)

F. Jung (person)

Allan, Blaise. (person)

Indian Minister of Scientific Research and Cultural Affairs (corporateBody)

Prevettoni, Delia E. (person)

Bell, Quentin (person)

Neyra, Juan Carlos (person)

Sarraute, Nathalie (person)

Novella, Vittorio. (person)

Pittaluga, Gustavo, 1906-1975 (person)

Adams, Mildred, 1894-1980 (person)

Mildred Adams Kenyon (1894-1980), writer, editor and translator, wrote feature articles for the New York Times, was a correspondent for the Economist, London, and the author of The Right To Be People, a history of the women's suffrage movement and other books. Through her aunt, she met Carrie Chapman Catt and became involved in women's rights. She served in the educational division of the Columbia Broadcasting System during World War II, and was concerned with foreign affairs in the postwar worl...

Banchs, Enrique, 1888-1968 (person)

Sillari, Elzeario. (person)

Craft, Robert (person)

Epithet: conductor and writer on music British Library Archives and Manuscripts Catalogue : Person : Description : ark:/81055/vdc_100000000265.0x0001e6 ...

Garzon Valdes, Ernesto. (person)

Asociacion de Cultura Argentino Italiana. (corporateBody)

Gonzalez Lanuza, Eduardo, 1900- (person)

Time-Life Foreign News Service. (corporateBody)

Fuller, Roy, 1912-1991 (person)

Roy (Broadbent) Fuller (1912-1991), the poet, was born in Failsworth, Lancashire, educated at Blackpool High School, and later qualified as a solicitor. He joined the Woolwich Equitable Building Society in 1938 and became one of its directors in 1969. He was legal adviser to and vice-president of the Building Societies Association, and at one time a governor of the BBC. His lectures as Oxford Professor of Poetry (1968-1973) were published under the titles Owls and artificers (London, 1971) and P...

Keyserling, Hermann, Graf von, 1880-1946 (person)

Hermann Keyserling was a social philosopher and writer. Born in Latvia, he emigrated to Germany and lost his status because of the Russian Revolution. His popularity peaked after World War I. From the description of Hermann Keyserling note to Lewis Mumford, 1926 Nov. 22. (Pennsylvania State University Libraries). WorldCat record id: 50793668 ...

Chile. Embajada (Argentina) (corporateBody)

Consuelo Saleva. (person)

Lavale. (corporateBody)

Delgado Ramirez, Celso H. (person)

Oliver, Maria Rosa, 1898-1971. (person)

Grau, Jacinto, 1877-1958 (person)

Gannon, Patricio. (person)

Bertram Rota. (person)

Stetie, Salah, 1929- (person)

Barrere, Bernard (person)

Houssay, Bernardo A. (Bernardo Alberto), 1887-1971 (person)

Silvetti Paz, Norberto (person)

Cuevas de Vera, Tota. (person)

Soto, Luis Emilio (person)

Charlot, editeur. (corporateBody)

Huxley, Aldous, 1894-1963 (person)

Epithet: novelist British Library Archives and Manuscripts Catalogue : Person : Description : ark:/81055/vdc_100000000815.0x000080 Aldous Huxley was a British novelist, short-story writer, playwright, screenwriter, literary and social critic, and poet. From the description of Aldous Huxley collection of papers, 1915-1973 bulk (1915-1963). (New York Public Library). WorldCat record id: 122517267 From the guide to the Aldous Huxley collection of papers, 19...

Martinez Estrada, Agustino. (person)

Peers de Perkins, Carmen (person)

Academie francaise. (corporateBody)

Runnquist, ¶ke. (person)

Reid, Josephine (person)

United States., Bureau of Educational and Cultural Affairs (corporateBody)

Monnier, Adrienne (person)

Angelino, Diego, 1944- (person)

Frascino, Guillermo R. (person)

Lombroso, Gina, 1872-1944 (person)

Maitraye Devi, 1914- (person)

Michaux, Henri, 1899- (person)

Pan American Foundation, Inc. (corporateBody)

American Academy of Arts and Letters (corporateBody)

Organized 1904, incorporated 1914; New York, N.Y. The American Academy of Arts and Letters was established "to afford recognition to distinguished achievement in literature and the fine arts ..." [The American Academy of Arts and Letters and the National Institute of Arts and Letters merged on Dec. 30, 1976]. From the description of American Academy of Arts and Letters records, 1864-1942. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 122565401 The National Institute of Arts and Letters was...

M. R. Lawrence. (person)

Harcourt, Brace & World. (person)

Keyserling, Hermann, Graf von, 1880-1946 (person)

Hermann Keyserling was a social philosopher and writer. Born in Latvia, he emigrated to Germany and lost his status because of the Russian Revolution. His popularity peaked after World War I. From the description of Hermann Keyserling note to Lewis Mumford, 1926 Nov. 22. (Pennsylvania State University Libraries). WorldCat record id: 50793668 ...

Walsh, María Elena (person)

Larreta, Enrique, 1875-1961 (person)

Leonid Berman. (person)

Moore, Marianne, 1887-1972 (person)

Poet, acting editor of The Dial magazine, 1925-1929. Born Marianne Craig Moore. From the description of Book manuscripts, 1935-1967. (Rosenbach Museum & Library). WorldCat record id: 122417395 From the description of Albums, [ca. 1905-1936]. (Rosenbach Museum & Library). WorldCat record id: 122524976 From the description of Family correspondence, 1848-1972, bulk 1905-1972. (Rosenbach Museum & Library). WorldCat record id: 122540617 From the desc...

Yofre de Weibel Richard, Maruja. (person)

Santiago Papaleo, Eduardo. (person)

Macleod, Norman, 1895-1964 (person)

Louise Mendelsohn (person)

Gaulle, Charles de, 1890-1970 (person)

Charles Gaulle (b. November 22, 1890, Lille, France-d. November 9, 1970, Colombey-les-Deux-Églises, France) was a French general, statesman, and veteran of World War I and World War II. He led the Free French Forces during World War II and later served as France's President, 1944-1945; Prime Minister, 1958-1959; and Minister of Defense, 1958-1959, before founding the French Fifth Republic and serving as its first president, 1959-1969. ...

Asociacion del Profesorado Orquestal. (corporateBody)

John Reed Club of Hollywood. (corporateBody)

Connolly, Cyril, 1903-1974 (person)

Editor of Horizon magazine. From the description of Letter, [19--]. (University of Oregon Libraries). WorldCat record id: 23435570 ...

Monod, Julien (person)

Ringold, Francine (person)

Marlowe, Sylvia (person)

American harpsichordist Sylvia Marlowe, was born Sapira Marlowe, on September 26, 1908, in New York. She later died in New York on December 10, 1981. After learning the piano and organ at school and university, Marlowe continued her musical education at the Ecole Normale in Paris, studying the piano and organ, and composition with Nadia Boulanger. It was there that she first heard Landowska, whose harpsichord playing impressed her deeply, although she did not study with her until years later. On...

Aramburu, Pedro Eugenio, 1903-1970 (person)

Thompson de Julia, Mary V. (person)

Correas de Zapata, Celia. (person)

Lago, Mary (person)

Moreau de Justo, Alicia (person)

Nores Martinez, Agustin. (person)

Noailles, Anna de, 1876-1933 (person)

Anna, Comtesse Mathieu de Noailles (1876-1933), was a Romanian-French writer. From the guide to the Anna de Noailles Letters, 1903-1923, (Special and Area Studies Collections, George A. Smathers Libraries, University of Florida) ...

France. Ambassade (Argentina) (corporateBody)

Cocaro, Nicolas (person)

Chatterjee, Chandidas. (person)

Altolaguirre, Manuel, 1904-1959 (person)

Elmhirst, Leonard (person)

Garcés, Delia, 1919-2001 (person)

Bedford, Sybille, 1911-2006 (person)

German born English writer and journalist. From the description of Sybille Bedford Papers, 1914-2001 (bulk 1940s-1980s). (Harry Ransom Humanities Research Center (HRC); University of Texas at Austin). WorldCat record id: 122481640 Sybille Bedford was born in 1911 at Charlottenburg, Germany, to Maximilian von Schoenebeck and Elizabeth Bernard. Her parents divorced in 1918 and her mother moved to Italy, but Bedford remained with her father in the southern German v...

Francoise Stravinsky. (person)

Pueyrredon family. (family)

Radio audizioni Italia (corporateBody)

Ungern-Sternberg, Leonie ˜vonœ 1887-1945 (person)

Goncalvez, P. (person)

McNicoll, Robert E. (person)

United States. Embassy (Argentina) (corporateBody)

Baeza, Ricardo (person)

George Brazilier (corporateBody)

Chapin, Katherine Garrison, 1890-1977 (person)

Poet and author. Mrs. Francis Biddle. From the description of Katherine Garrison Chapin papers, 1930-1972. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 77651764 Poet; wife of Francis Biddle. From the description of Correspondence to Maxwell Struthers Burt, [after 1938]. (University of Pennsylvania Library). WorldCat record id: 122583171 Katherine Garrison Chapin Biddle was born on Sept. 4, 1890, in Waterford, Connecticut. She was the daughter of Lindley Hoffman Chapin...

Arciniegas, German, 1900- (person)

Jockey Club de Rosario. Comision de Cultura. (corporateBody)

Giusti, Roberto Fernando, 1887- (person)

Wallmann, Margarita, 1904- (person)

League of Nations (corporateBody)

Amorim, Enrique, 1900- (person)

LS1 Radio Municipal (Buenos Aires). (corporateBody)

Pineda, Salvador, 1915- (person)

Juan S. Valmaggia. (person)

Dhar, R. (person)

Castillo, Abelardo (person)

King, John, 1950-.... (person)

Gropius, Ise (person)

Ise or Ilse Gropius (born Ilse Frank) was married to Walter Gropius, the German architect and founder of the Bauhaus School in Dessau, from 1923 until his death in 1969. The couple moved from Britian to Lincoln, Massachusetts in the spring 1937. They had one daughter, Ati Gropius. From the description of Ilse Gropius Correspondence, 1940-1974. 1940-1974. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 752388772 Ise Gropius was the widow of Walter Gropius; Müller was an archivist at the Bauh...

Fernandez Villa-Urrutia, Rafael. (person)

Pueblo (corporateBody)

Rougemont, Simone de. (person)

Figari de Herrera, Delia (person)

Alberto J. Prando. (person)

Smith, Grover, 1923- (person)

Cabrera Infante, G. (Guillermo), 1929-2005 (person)

Amadeo, Mario (person)

Mathews, Jackson (person)

Aita, Antonio (person)

Guandique, José Salvador (person)

C. G. Jung (person)

Frederic J. Grover (person)

Malle, Louis, 1932- (person)

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Moe, Henry Allen, 1894-1975 (person)

Rufus Ivory Cole served as the the director and physician-in-charge (1909-1937) of the Hospital of the Rockefeller Institute for Medical Research, the first hospital in the United States devoted primarily to the investigation of disease. Cole's medical research centered on problems relating to immunity to diseases of the respiratory system, particularly pneumonia From the guide to the Rufus Ivory Cole papers, ca. 1900-1966, 1900-1966, (American Philosophical Society) George ...

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Vittorini, Elio, 1908-1966. (person)

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Vijayatunga, J. (Jinadosa). 1902- (person)

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Sitwell, Edith, 1887-1964 (person)

English poet, biographer, critic, and anthologist. Edited and contributed to the annual anthology Wheels. From the description of Edith Sitwell correspondence, 1942-1944. (Texas Woman's University Library). WorldCat record id: 28185434 English poet, critic, and novelist. From the description of Letter to an unknown recipient, ca. 1949. (University of Virginia). WorldCat record id: 647817483 From the description of Photoprint and letter, n.d. and 1981 Oct...

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Draper, Ruth, 1884-1956 (person)

Ruth Draper was a monologist, based in New York City. From the description of Ruth Draper Collection. 1913-1956. (New York University). WorldCat record id: 476263868 American actress. From the description of Autograph letter in the third person, dated : [n.p.], 22 February [1910?], to [Mr. and Mrs. Harry Harkness Flagler], [1910?] Feb. 22. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 270565965 From the description of Autograph letter signed : 35 Montpelier Square, Ken...

Alonso, Juan M., 1936- (person)

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Vargas Llosa, Mário, 1936- (person)

Mario Vargas Llosa, playwright. Joanne Pottlitzer, translator. From the description of La Chunga: typescript, 1986. (New York Public Library). WorldCat record id: 122455103 Mario Vargas Llosa is a Peruvian novelist and playwright who spent much of his adult life abroad in self-imposed exile. A staunch advocate of political and intellectual freedom, he ran for the presidency of Peru in 1990. From the description of Mario Vargas Llosa paper...

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Denevi, Marco, 1922-1998 (person)

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Focillon, Henri, 1881-1943 (person)

A French art historian who taught in Europe and the United States, Focillon was an authority on the art of the Middle Ages, particularly the Romanesque period. From the description of Henri Focillon letter, 1923 Jan. 4. (Louisiana State University). WorldCat record id: 70831318 ...

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Rees, Richard, 1900- (person)

Lodge, John Davis, 1903-1985 (person)

John Davis Lodge (1903- ): governor of Connecticut, 1951-1955. From the description of John Davis Lodge papers, 1950, [microform]. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 702690871 American politician and diplomat; United States representative from Connecticut, 1947-1951; governor of Connecticut, 1951-1955; ambassador to Spain, 1955-1961, Argentina, 1969-1974, and Switzerland, 1983-1985. From the description of John Davis Lodge papers, 1889-1985. (Unknown). WorldCat recor...

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Cordova Iturburu, C. (Cayetano), 1902- (person)

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Thomson, Virgil, 1896- (person)

Virgil Thomson was born in Kansas City, Missouri on November 25, 1896. As a boy, he took lessons in piano and organ, and soon found work as a church organist. He attended public schools and then Kansas City Polytechnic Institute, a junior college. In 1917 he enlisted in the Army, but World War I came to an end before he could be sent to Europe. After his discharge from the military, Thomson attended Harvard, where he sang in the Glee Club and studied with Edward Burlinga...

Elmhirst, L.K. (Leonard Knight), 1893-1974 (person)

Cornell University Class of 1921. Leonard Knight Elmhirst was instrumental in the planning of Willard Straight Hall, Cornell University. He was the second husband of Dorothy Payne Whitney Straight, the widow of Willard Straight. He and his wife regenerated Dartington Hall, a 14th century estate, into a school focusing on progressive education, scientific agriculture, rural industry, and the arts. From the description of Leonard K. Elmhirst reminiscence, 1920. (Cornell University Libr...

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Jurado, Alicia. (person)

Bemberg, Maximo Gainza. (person)

Francisco, José do Carmo (person)

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Frank, Waldo David, 1889-1967 (person)

Epithet: American author British Library Archives and Manuscripts Catalogue : Person : Description : ark:/81055/vdc_100000001305.0x0003a9 Author and critic Waldo Frank was born in New Jersey and attended Yale. After graduation he worked for the New York Evening Post, wrote plays and prose, and co-edited the short-lived journal, Seven Arts. He found success with a series of complex novels, and became one of the most influential literary and social critics of his day, promotin...

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Merton, Thomas, 1915-1968 (person)

Trappist monk and author. From the description of Thomas Merton Collection, 1940-1986. (Boston College). WorldCat record id: 32689646 Thomas Merton (Father Louis), M.A. Columbia 1939, was a widely read Catholic author and social critic who lived as a member of the Cistercian Order of the Strict Observance, the Trappists, from 1941 till his death in Bangkok in 1968. From the description of Thomas Merton papers, 1923-1989. (Columbia University In the City of New Yo...

Buytendijk, F.J.J. (Frederik Jacobus Johannes), 1887-1974 (person)

Hanson, Philip, 1936-.... (person)

Renoir, Jean, 1894-1979 (person)

Renoir was born in Paris, France, Sept. 15, 1894; son of painter Auguste Renoir; became citizen of US, 1946, while retaining French citizenship; educated at Collége de Sainte-Croix, Neuilly-sur-Seine, Ecole Sainte-Marie de Monceau, Ecole Massina, Nice; graduated University of Aix-en-Provence with a degree in math and philosophy,1913; served in French cavalry, 1914-15; transferred to French Flying Corps, 1916; worked as potter and ceramicist, 1920-23; directed first film, La Fille de le̕au, 1924...