James Jones Papers, 1890-1981 (bulk 1941-1978).


James Jones Papers, 1890-1981 (bulk 1941-1978).

James Jones' papers encompass manuscripts, proofs, correspondence, financial records, photographs, personal documents, works in manuscript by others, and biographical materials. Series I comprises nearly a third of the whole and includes typescripts of all Jones' books except From Here to Eternity and The Thin Red Line. There are complete publication files from Go to the Widow-maker forward. Numerous film scripts and most of his shorter prose writings are present in the series, along with commonplace books and notes on story ideas. Series II contains Jones' professional correspondence, as well as his personal correspondence and that of his wife Gloria. The files, which are fragmentary for the years before the author's 1959 move to Paris, embrace a wide-ranging correspondence, including Cecile Bazelon, Eugene Braun-Munk, Charles Scribner's Sons, Betty Comden, Delacorte Press, Beauford Delaney, Esquire, Maxwell Geismar, Lowney Handy, Leslie Hannon, Paul Jenkins, Willie Morris, Playboy, Norman Rosten, Irwin Shaw, and William Styron. Files on travel, entertainment, housing, and avocational interests are also found in the series. Series III, Personal Papers, comprises largely his detailed tax and financial records for the years 1964-74. Also present are a large collection of photographic prints and negatives, address and appointment books, and a collection of family history materials. Series IV, Works by Others, contains manuscripts by friends and contemporaries of Jones, as well as biographical material about him. The biographical pieces on Jones are supplemented by an extensive group of interviews, printed and typescript, conducted with him from 1951 on. Series V, Lowney Handy and the Writers' Colony, embraces a small and mixed collection of correspondence, records, and clippings. Correspondents include Ms. Handy's mother and siblings, James Jones' sister Marianne, and members of the writers' colony. A few records of the colony are also present. Series VI, Printed Matter, includes research materials for story ideas, newspaper issues containing columns by Norman Mailer and Willie Morris, periodical issues with contributions by Jones, and miscellaneous fragments.

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American novelist. From the description of Marginal notes and comments written in a copy of his The toll, [197-?]. (Harry Ransom Humanities Research Center (HRC); University of Texas at Austin). WorldCat record id: 86141830 ...

Parr, Rita.

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Gonthier, Monique, pédiatre

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Ziegler, Evarts.

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Delaney, Beauford.

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Mitchell, Burroughs

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René de Chambrun (Firm)

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