de Grummond Collection

McCain Library and Archives
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University of Southern Mississippi



ADELE AND CATEAU DE LEEUW

Collection Number
Collection Dates
Collection Volume
DG0258
1907-1976, n.d.
30.00 cu.ft. (100 boxes)

Biographical Sketch | Scope & Content | Related Collections | Series & Subseries | Box Inventory

Provenance
Material was donated by Adele De Leeuw betweem 1966-1988.

Restrictions
Noncirculating; available for research.

Copyright
The collection is protected by the Copyright Law of the United States (Title 17, U. S. Code). Reproductions can be made only if they are to be used for "private study, scholarship, or research." It is the user's responsibility to verify copyright ownership and to obtain all necessary permissions prior to the reproduction, publication, or other use of any portion of these materials, other than that noted above.

Biographical Sketch
Adele De Leeuw was born August 12, 1899 in Hamilton, Ohio, and graduated from Hartridge School for Girls in 1918. Her younger sister Cateau was born on September 22, 1903, also in Hamilton, Ohio. Cateau attended the Metropolitan Art School from 1920 to 1921, and the Art Students' League from 1924 to 1925. Adele and Cateau were fascinated by art and writing as children, and collaborated to produce magazines. Adele wrote poetry and short stories which Cateau would illustrate. They also travelled extensively as children throughout South America, Europe, Africa and the Far East. Holland and the Dutch East Indies appear frequently as backdrops for their novels.

Adele worked as a librarian in Plainfield, New Jersey, and then as a secretary to her father from 1919 to 1926. She began writing and selling short stories for the adult market, frequently collaborating with her sister. By 1924 (Berries of the Bittersweet), Adele had begun publishing books, which she continued to do until her death.

After finishing her education, Cateau De Leeuw became a professional portraitist, and she eventually had studios in Paris, New York City and Plainfield, New Jersey. She studied art for a year in Paris (1930), and returned to her studio in New York. During the Depression, financial constraints forced her to take up illustrating. She was soon illustrating her sister's books, and eventually drew for her own books and for travel magazines. Her sister Adele encouraged her to begin writing on her own, and Cateau published her first book, Betty Loring, Illustrator, in 1943. In addition, both sisters lectured extensively at women's groups, art associations, and libraries.

Cateau De Leeuw died in 1975, and her sister Adele passed away in on June 12, 1988.

Sources:

Scope and Content
The Published Books series contains material for fifty-six novels written by one or both of the De Leeuw sisters. There is material for several historical biographies in the collection, such as Anthony Wayne; Benedict Arnold; Nurses Who Lead the Way; A World Explorer: Roald Amundsen; and A World Explorer: Sir Walter Raleigh. Also, both sisters wrote "career novels" for girls, focusing on young women trying to enter different professions or decide upon a career. Some examples represented in this collection are Betty Loring, Illustrator; A Career for Jennifer; Curtain Call; Doctor Ellen; Doll Cottage; A Place For Herself; and Portrait by Kathie. Adele and Cateau were fascinated by their Dutch heritage, and set Rika, and Island Adventure in the Dutch East Indies. Dina and Betsy and Year of Promise were both set in the Netherlands. They were also interested in colonial history and the pioneer history of the Old Northwest. Fear In the Forest, Hideaway House, One Week of Danger and The Proving Years are novels set in the Old Northwest during this period. Determined to be Free is a historical novel set in New York during the Revolutionary War. Where Valor Lies is a work of historical fiction about the Seventh Crusade. The other books documented in this series are primarily young adult romances and character studies. Making Your Habits Work For You was a popular psychology book written for an adult audience. The material in this series consists primarily of correspondence, synopses, outlines, typescripts, and royalty statements. There are very few pre-publication materials, such as galleys or proofs.

The Book-related Materials series contains numerous book jackets, as well as notes relating to various published and unpublished novels. The series also includes the contents of a notebook with ideas book titles, plots and character names.

The Unpublished or Serialized Books series contains material, mostly typescripts, which relate to books for which publication information could not be found. Three of the shorter works in this series ("Flight From Java," "Spring Came Early," and "The Troubled Heart") were serialized in magazines or newspapers.

Like most of the novels, the Short Stories in this collection were written primarily for adolescent and teenage girls. They often deal with romantic subjects and contain straightforward moral messages. The series consists primarily of typescript versions of the stories, with some correspondence, and, in a few cases, photocopies or clippings of the published story.

Both Cateau and Adele De Leeuw gave frequent lectures for classes, libraries, and social groups on various topics such as poetry, art history, art techniques, and their travels to the Dutch East Indies. The Lectures series contains five folders of correspondence, and three folders of notes and outlines.

The Other Writing series contains several folders of poetry, and several folders of self-produced childhood magazines.

The Subject Files contain a variety of material on several topics which interested the De Leeuw sisters. The information in these files was frequently incorporated into their young adult novels. The material in this series includes pamphlets, brochures, clippings, and the contents of several research notebooks. These notebooks contained hundreds of pages of typed notes and observations. Also, someone, presumably Cateau De Leeuw, occasionally included ink drawings in these notebooks. The series covers the following subjects: "Central City, Colorado," "Children and Young Adults," "Colonial Times, Revolutionary War and the War of 1812," "Connecticut, Mystic and Stonington," "Marriage," "Mediterranean Cruises," "Middle Ages," "Miscellaneous," "the Netherlands," "Colonies of the Netherlands," "New Hampshire," "New Jersey," "Ohio," "Underground Railroad," and "Women In Art". The largest subseries are those concerning "the Middle Ages," "the Netherlands," "Colonies of the Netherlands," and "Ohio". For each of these subjects (except "Colonies of the Netherlands"), the collection contains research notebooks. The Ohio subseries includes numerous pamphlets, clippings and other publications on the history of Ohio and its settlement. Much of this material relates to Butler County and Hamilton, Ohio, where the De Leeuw sisters lived for much of their lives. The material on "Colonies of the Netherlands" includes numerous travel brochures and magazines dating from as early as the 1920's.

The Graphic Arts and Design series contains artwork presumably created by Cateau De Leeuw (these drawings resemble her book illustrations). The illustrations for individual books have been arranged with other material for the same books (see the Published Books series). The "Artwork" subseries contains miscellaneous drawings and experiments, including numerous design patterns, silkscreen drawings, and sketches of women's costumes. The "Exhibits" subseries contains correspondence, clippings and announcements regarding Cateau De Leeuw's art exhibits. The "Subject File" subseries consists primarily of magazine clippings which Cateau apparently used as a source of ideas for her own drawings. However, some of these files contain original ink and watercolor illustrations. Specifically, the "Costumes" files (85/3-85/6) contain several very detailed illustrations.

Much of the De Leeuw's professional correspondence is included in the Published Books series, alongside the relevant books. The rest of the professional correspondence is arranged alphabetically by correspondent in two series, Agents and Publishers. Similarly, most of the royalty statements in the collection are included alongside the relevant books. The remainder have been arranged alphabetically by publisher in the Royalty Statements series.

The Personal and Biographical Material series contains numerous short biographical sketches written for various magazines and reference works. There is also a scrapbook which documents the year that Cateau De Leeuw spent studying art in Paris. The bulk of this series consists of correspondence between the sisters and their relatives and friends. Within the family correspondence, the letters from 1930 are primarily to and from Cateau, describing her experiences in Paris. The De Leeuw sisters also corresponded frequently with Clare Turlay Newberry, a children's author and illustrator.

The Social and Professional Organizations series documents the De Leeuw sisters' participation in and organization of social activities. In Plainfield, New Jersey, Cateau founded the Plainfield Art Association. Both sisters participated in the Sesame Club, and the Listentome Club, literary clubs in Plainfield. The Pen and Brush was an artistic society based in New York City. The material in most of these subseries consists of correspondence and ephemera such as announcements, brochures and membership lists. The "Early American Industries Society" subseries consists of brochures from numerous museums and historical monuments in Pennsylvania, New York, and Massachussetts. Most of these brochures date from the late 1950's, and early 1960's.

Related Collections:

Series and Subseries

A. Published Books (1932-1974)

B. Book-related Material (Undated)

C. Unpublished, Unidentified or Serialized Books (1932-1955)

D. Short Stories and Articles (1930-1974)

E. Lectures (1943-1966)

F. Other Writing (1913-1916, 1948-1957)

G. Subject Files (1924-1976)

H. Graphic Arts and Design (1914-1915, 1945, n.d.)

I. Agents (1941-1973)

J. Publishers (1931-1971)

K. Royalty Statements (1943-1973)

L. Personal and Biographical (1907-1976)

M. Social and Professional Organizations (1918-1974)


Box Inventory

  Box/Folder 

A. Published Books

     Against All Others by Kay Hamilton (a.k.a. Cateau De Leeuw) (n.l.: Ward,
     Lock, 1961).
     
     1/1       List of publishers, 1 item.

               Form letter to publishers, 1 item.

               Correspondence, 19 items, 1939-1942, 1952, n.d..

     1/2       Outline, 4 pp.

               Outline, 42 pp.

               Character outline, 3 pp.

               Front matter, 2 pp.

     1/3-1/5   Typescript, edited,

     1/3            Chapters 1-5, pp. 1-79.

     1/4            Chapters 6-10, pp. 80-157.

     1/5            Chapters 11-17, pp. 158-254.

     1/6-1/9   Typescript, 

     1/6            Front matter, 3 pp., and chapters 1-4, pp. 1-74.

     1/7            Chapters 5-8, pp. 75-156.

     1/8            Chapters 9-12, pp. 157-235.

     1/9            Chapters 13-17, pp. 236-313.

     2/1-2/4   Typescript, carbon copy,

     2/1            Front matter, 4 pp., and chapters 1-4, pp. 1-74.

     2/2            Chapters 5-8, pp. 75-156.

     2/3            Chapters 9-12, pp. 157-235.

     2/4            Chapters 13-17, pp. 236-313.

     2/5-3/1   Typescript, 

     2/5            Front matter, 3 pp., and chapters 1-4, pp. 1-78.

     2/6            Chapters 5-8, pp. 79-159.

     2/7            Chapters 9-12, pp. 160-237.

     3/1            Chapters 13-17, pp. 238-315.

     Anthony Wayne: Washington's General by Adele and Cateau De Leeuw,
     illustrated by Andrew Snyder (Philadelphia: Westminster, 1974).

     3/2       Correspondence, 1966, n.d., 5 items.

     3/3       Notes and miscellaneous items, 30 pp.

     3/4       Outlines, 5 pp.

     3/5-3/12  Typescripts, short version,

     3/5            Chapter 1, 5 versions, 16 pp.

                    Edited, "preliminary," chapters 1-3, 13 pp.
     
     3/6            Edited, "version 1," chapters 1-11, pp. 1-22.

     3/7            Edited, "version 2," chapters 1-11, pp. 1-29.

     3/8            Edited, "version 3," chapters 1-10, pp. 1-30.

     3/9            "Version 4," chapters 1-10, pp. 1-32.

     3/10           "Version 5," chapters 1-3, pp. 1-12, and outline, 2 pp.

     3/11           Edited, "version 6," chapters 1-11, pp. 1-44.

     3/12           "Version 6," carbon copy, chapters 1-11, pp. 1-44.

     3/13-3/14 Typescript, edited, 15 April, long version,

     3/13           Chapters 1-7, pp. 1-66.

     3/14           Chapters 8-11, 60 pp.

     4/1-4/2   Typescript, long version, edited with typesetter's marks,

     4/1            Front matter, 2 pp., and chapters 1-7, pp. 1-78.

     4/2            Chapters 8-11, pp. 79-143.

     4/3       Partial typescript, chapters 1-2, pp. 1-22.

     4/4-4/5   Galley, "author's set,"

     4/4            Chapters 1-7, pp. 1-25.

     4/5            Chapters 8-11, pp. 26-46.

     4/6-4/7   Galley, 4 March 1974,

     4/6            Chapters 1-7, pp. 1-25.

     4/7            Chapters 8-11, pp. 26-46.

     Apron Strings by Adele and Cateau De Leeuw (Cleveland: World, 1959).

     5/1       Correspondence, 1957-1959, 15 items.

               Notes, 2 pp.

               Synopsis, 2 pp.

     5/2       Outline, pp. 1-33.

     5/3       Outline, pp. 4-33.

     5/4       Character outline, 2 versions, 9 pp.

     5/5-5/6   Typescript, edited,
     
     5/5            Chapters 1-6, pp. 1-79.

     5/6            Chapters 7-12, pp. 80-147.

     5/7            Chapters 13-17, pp. 148-220.

     5/8-5/10  Typescript, 

     5/8            Chapters 1-6, pp. 1-76.

     5/9            Chapters 7-12, pp. 77-145.

     5/10           Chapters 13-17, pp. 146-215.

     5/11      Partial typescript, pp. 2-11.

     5/12      Royalty statements, 1959-1967.

     Benedict Arnold: Hero and Traitor by Cateau De Leeuw (New York:
     Putnam, 1970).

     6/1       Correspondence, 1964-1970, n.d., 15 items.

     6/2       Notes, 20 pp.

     6/3-6/4   Typescript, edited, "original,"

     6/3            Chapters 1-7, pp. 1-49.

     6/4            Chapters 8-14, pp. 50-92.

     6/5-6/6   Typescript, "second version," 2 versions intermixed,

     6/5            Chapters 1-5, 44 pp.

     6/6            Chapters 6-15, 64 pp.

     6/7-6/8   Typescript, "second version carbon,"

     6/7            Chapters 1-8, pp. 1-49.

     6/8            Chapters 9-15, pp. 50-92.

     6/9       Miscellaneous typescript pages, 37 pp.

     6/10      Typescript, front matter and back matter, 10 pp.

               Notes on galley, 2 pp.

     6/11      Sketches, 2 items.

     6/12      Dust jackets, 5 items.

     6/13      Royalty statements, 1970-1976.

     Betty Loring, Illustrator by Jessica Lyon (a.k.a. Cateau De Leeuw),
     illustrated by Jessica Lyon (New York: J. Messner, 1948).

     7/1       Correspondence with Junior Literary Guild, 1948-1950, 10 items.

     7/2       Correspondence with Julian Messner, 1945-1958, 66 items.

     7/3       Notes, 19 items.

     7/4       Synopsis, 2 versions, 19 pp.

               Outline, 3 pp.

               Character outline, 5 pp.

     7/5-7/7   Typescript, edited,

     7/5            Chapters 1-6, pp. 1-71.

     7/6            Chapters 7-11, pp. 72-145.

     7/7            Chapters 12-16, pp. 146-208.

     7/8       Sketches, pencil and ink, 29 items.

     7/9       Royalty statements, 1949-1964.

     Breakneck Betty by Adele and Cateau De Leeuw (Cleveland: World,
     1957).

     7/10      Correspondence, 11 items.

     7/11      Notes, 18 pp.

     7/12      Outline, 3 pp.

               Outline, 43 pp.

               Character outlines, 13 pp.

     7/13-8/1  Typescript, edited,

     7/13           Chapters 1-6, pp. 1-63.

     7/14           Chapters 7-13, pp. 64-134.

     8/1            Chapters 14-19, pp. 135-214.

     8/2-8/4   Typescript, 

     8/2            Chapters 1-7, pp. 1-86.

     8/3            Chapters 8-14, pp. 87-179.

     8/4            Chapters 15-19, pp. 180-243.

     8/5       Miscellaneous typescript pages, 8 pp.

     8/6       Royalty statements, 1958-1967.

     Bright Gold, a Junior Novel by Jessica Lyon (a.k.a. Cateau De Leeuw)
     (Philadelphia: Macrae-Smith, 1953).

     8/7       Correspondence, 1953, 31 items.

     8/8       Notes, 10 items.

               Synopsis, 3 pp.

     8/9-8/11  Typescript, "original,"

     8/9            Chapters 1-8, pp. 1-68.

     8/10           Chapters 9-17, pp. 69-145.

     8/11           Chapters 18-22, pp. 146-196.

     8/12-9/1  Typescript, "serial version,"

     8/12           Parts 1-4, pp. 1-53.

     9/1            Parts 5-8, pp. 54-106.

     9/2       Photo of cover illustration, 1 item.

     9/3       Royalty statements, 1953-1963.

     The Caboose Club by Adele and Cateau De Leeuw, illustrated by Don
     Sibley (Boston: Little Brown, 1957).

     9/4       Correspondence, 1956-1957, 23 items.

     9/5       Notes, 19 pp.

     9/6       Research material about model railroads, 11 items.

     9/7       Outline, 29 pp.

               Character outline, 4 pp.

     9/8-9/9   Typescript, edited,

     9/8            Chapters 1-4, pp. 1-47.

     9/9            Chapters 5-11, pp. 48-113.

     9/10-9/11 Typescript, 

     9/10           Chapters 1-5, pp. 1-69.

     9/11           Chapters 6-11, 70-130.

     9/12      Typescript, glossary, 2 pp.

     9/13      Galley, pp. 1-52.

     9/14      Sketches, 4 items.

     Career for Jennifer by Adele De Leeuw, illustrated by Cateau De Leeuw
     (New York: Macmillan, 1941).

     10/1      Illustrations, pp. 1, 15, 30, 43, 63, 87, 100, 130, 144, 160, 178, 195,
               211, 232, 250, 16 items.

     Curtain Call by Adele De Leeuw (New York: Macmillan, 1949).

     10/2-10/4 Typescript,

     10/2           Chapters 1-4, pp. 1-57.

     10/3           Chapters 5-8, pp. 58-125.

     10/4           Chapters 9-14, 126-211.

     A Day to Come by Cateau De Leeuw (New York: Arcadia House, 1944).

     10/5-10/7 Typescript,

     10/5           Chapters 1-4, pp. 1-63.

     10/6           Chapters 5-11, pp. 64-147.

     10/7           Chapters 12-17, pp. 148-218.

     Determined to be Free by Cateau De Leeuw, illustrated by Don Lambo
     (New York: Nelson, 1963).

     11/1      Correspondence, miscellaneous, 1962, 12 items.

     11/2      Correspondence with publisher, 1962, 25 items.

     11/3      Notes and research material, 42 pp.

     11/4      Outline, 4 pp.

     11/5-11/6 Typescript, 

     11/5           Chapters 1-8, pp. 1-51.

     11/6           Chapters 9-17, pp. 52-111.

     11/7-11/8 Typescript, 

     11/7           Chapters 1-8, pp. 1-60.

     11/8           Chapters 9-17, pp. 61-130.

     11/9-11/10 Typescript,

     11/9           Chapters 1-8, pp. 1-60.

     11/10          Chapters 9-17, pp. 61-130.
     
     12/1-12/2 Typescript,

     12/1           Chapters 1-8, pp. 1-60.

     12/2           Chapters 9-17, pp. 61-130.

     12/3      Royalty statements, 1963-1967.

     Dina and Betsy by Adele De Leeuw, illustrated by Cateau De Leeuw (New
     York: 
     Macmillan, 1940).

     12/4-12/5 Illustrations, ink, 

     12/4           pp. 15, 27, 32, 36, 50, 77; 6 items.

     12/5           pp. 79, 95, 105, 111, 116, 122, 133; 7 items.

     Doctor Alice's Daughter by Kay Hamilton (a.k.a. Cateau De Leeuw)
     (Philadelphia: Macrae-Smith, 1950).

     12/6      Correspondence with agent, 1949-1950, 16 items.

     12/7      Correspondence with publishers, 1949-1951, n.d., 26 items.

     12/8      Synopsis, 3 pp.

     12/9-12/11     Typescript, edited,

     12/9           Chapters 1-5, pp. 1-66.

     12/10               Chapters 6-10, pp. 67-123.

     12/11               Chapters 11-16, pp. 124-196.

     13/1      Serial version, Toronto Star, 25 March 1950, 2 copies, pp. 1-
               15.

     13/2      Royalty statements, 1950-1951.

     Doctor Ellen by Adele De Leeuw (New York: Macmillan, 1961).    

     13/3      Sketch of cover, 1 item

               Illustration for cover, 1 item.

     The Doctor on Elm Street by Kay Hamilton (a.k.a. Cateau De Leeuw)
     (Philadelphia: Macrae-Smith, 1946).

     13/4      Correspondence, 1945-1948, 18 items.

     13/5      Notes, 1 p.

               Synopsis, 3 pp.

     13/6-13/8 Typescript,

     13/6           Chapters 1-7, pp. 1-72.

     13/7           Chapters 8-13, pp. 73-140.

     13/8           Chapters 14-21, pp. 141-234.

     13/9      Partial typescript, pp. 1-41.

     13/10     Royalty statements, 1946-1948.

     Doll Cottage by Adele De Leeuw (New York: Macmillan, 1939).

     13/11     Illustrations, ink, 15 items.

     13/12     Book jacket, 1 item.

     Dutch East Indies and the Philippines by Cateau De Leeuw, illustrated
     by Rafaello Busoni (New York: Holiday House, 1943).

     13/13     Notes, 64 pp.

     13/14     Synopsis, 5 pp.

     13/15     Outline, 14 pp.

     13/16     Typescript, 20 pp., and bibliography, 1 p.

     Expandable Browns by Adele and Cateau De Leeuw, illustrated by Don
     Sibley (Boston: Little, Brown, 1955).

     13/17     Correspondence, 1953-1955, 13 items.

     13/18     Synopsis, 2 versions, 5 pp.

     13/19     Outline, 26 pp.

     13/20-14/1 Typescript, edited,

     13/20           Chapters 1-4, pp. 1-45.

     14/1            Chapters 5-10, pp. 46-113.

     14/2-14/3  Typescript, 

     14/2            Chapters 1-4, pp. 1-48.

     14/3            Chapters 5-10, pp. 49-121.

     The Fear in the Forest by Cateau De Leeuw (New York: Nelson, 1960).

     14/4       Correspondence with agent, 1959, 9 items.

     14/5       Correspondence with publisher, 1959-1960, 55 items.

     14/6       Synopsis, 7 pp.

     14/7-14/8  Typescript, edited, "original,"

     14/7            Chapters 1-5, pp. 1-52.

     14/8            Chapters 6-10, pp. 53-99.

     14/9-14/10 Typescript, edited,

     14/9            Foreward, 4 pp., and chapters 1-5, pp. 1-55.

     14/10           Chapters 6-10, pp. 56-108.

     14/11-15/1 Typescript, edited, 

     14/11           Chapters 1-5, pp. 1-55.

     15/1            Chapters 6-10, pp. 56-108.

     15/2       Royalty statements, 1960-1964.

     For a Whole Lifetime, a Junior Novel by Jessica Lyon (Philadelphia:
     Macrae-Smith, 1949).

     15/3       Correspondence with Macrae Smith, 1948-1950, 60 items.

     15/4       Correspondence with Julian Messner, 1948-1949, 24 items.

     15/5       Correspondence with agent, 1949, 13 items.

     15/6       Synopsis, 4 pp.

     15/7-15/9  Typescript, edited,

     15/7            Chapters 1-5, pp. 1-59.

     15/8            Chapters 6-11, pp. 60-126.

     15/9            Chapters 12-17, pp. 127-195.

     15/10      Folded press sheet, 1 item.

     15/11      Typescript for a radio program, "Time For Calling," which reviews For
                a Whole Lifetime, 2 copies, 28 pp. 

     15/12      Royalty statements, 1949-1961.

     From This Day Forward, a Junior Novel by Jessica Lyon (a.k.a. Cateau
     De Leeuw) (Philadelphia: Macrae-Smith, 1951).

     15/13           Correspondence with agent, 1949-1950, 11 items.

     15/14           Correspondence with publisher, 1949-1951, 23 items.

     15/15           Synopses, 2 versions, 6 pp.

     15/16-15/17 Typescript, edited,

     15/16                Chapters 1-5, pp. 1-60.

     15/17                Chapters 6-10, pp. 61-124.

     16/1            Chapters 11-15, pp. 125-191

     16/2       Royalty statements, 1951-1959.

     The Gentle Heart by Kay Hamilton (a.k.a. Cateau De Leeuw) (Philadelphia:
     Macrae-Smith, 1949).

     16/3       Correspondence with agent, 1948-1950, 10 items.

     16/4       Correspondence with publisher, 1948-1949, 21 items (see also
                correspondence for From This Day Forward).

     16/5       Notes and research material, 8 pp.

     16/6       Synopsis, 2 pp.

                Outline, 4 pp.

     16/7-16/9  Typescript, edited,

     16/7            Chapters 1-5, pp. 1-63.

     16/8            Chapters 6-11, pp. 64-118.

     16/9            Chapters 12-17, pp. 119-188.

     Give Me Your Hand by Cateau De Leeuw (Boston: Little Brown, 1960).

     16/10      Correspondence with agent, 1957-1959, 15 items.

     16/11      Correspondence with publisher, 1957-1959, 29 items.
     
     16/12      Correspondence, 1958, 2 items.

                Notes, 60 pp.

                Research material, 1 item.

     16/13      Synopses, 2 versions, 13 pp.

                Outline, 4 pp.

                Character outline, 1 p.

     16/14-17/1 Typescript,

     16/14           Chapters 1-8, pp. 1-75.

     16/15           Chapters 9-16, pp. 76-147.

     17/1            Chapters 17-23, pp. 148-218.

     17/2       Typescript, carbon copy,
     
     17/2            Chapters 1-8, pp. 1-75.

     17/3            Chapters 9-16, pp. 76-147.

     17/4            Chapters 17-23, pp. 148-218.

     17/5       Partial typescript, 30 pp.

     17/6-17/7  Galley,

     17/6            Chapters 1-11, pp. 1-40.

     17/7            Chapters 12-23, pp. 41-86.

     17/8       Royalty statements, 1958-1972.

     The Given Heart, a Junior Novel by Jessica Lyon (a.k.a. Cateau De
     Leeuw) (Philadelphia: Macrae-Smith, 1957).   

     18/1       Correspondence, 1956-1957, 7 items.

     18/2       Notes, 12 pp.

     18/3       Synopsis, 4 pp.

                Outline, 3 pp.

     18/4-18/6  Typescript, edited,

     18/4            Chapters 1-7, pp. 1-58.

     18/5            Chapters 8-14, pp. 59-131.

     18/6            Chapters 15-20, pp. 132-196.

     18/7-18/9  Typescript,

     18/7            Chapters 1-6, pp. 1-58.

     18/8            Chapters 7-13, pp. 59-137.

     18/9            Chapters 14-20, pp. 138-222.

     18/10      Royalty statements, 1957-1962.

     Hideaway House by Adele and Cateau De Leeuw, illustrated by Robert
     Candy (Boston: Little Brown, 1953).

     19/1       Correspondence, 1952-1953, 16 items.

     19/2       Synopsis, 2 versions, 8 pp.

     19/3-19/4  Typescript,

     19/3            Chapters 1-5, pp. 1-61.

     19/4            Chapters 6-11, pp. 61-129.

     19/5       Typescript, front matter, 4 pp.

     19/6-19/7  Galley,

     19/6            Chapters 1-6, pp. 30 pp. 

     19/7            Chapters 7-11, pp. 23 pp.

     A Home for Dr. T by Kay Hamilton (a.k.a. Cateau De Leeuw) (n.p.: Ward, Lock, 
     1960).

     19/8       Correspondence, 1952, 8 items.

     19/9       Synopsis, 5 pp.

     19/10           Typescript, edited,

     19/11                Chapters 1-8, pp. 1-75.

     19/12                Chapters 9-16, pp. 76-155.

     19/13                Chapters 17-22, pp. 156-222.

     Hurricane Heart by Cateau De Leeuw (New York: Arcadia House, 1953).

     20/1       Notes, 5 pp.

     20/2-20/4  Typescript,

     20/2            Chapters 1-5, pp. 1-79.

     20/3            Chapters 6-9, pp. 80-132.

     20/4            Chapters 10-16, pp. 133-210.

     Island Adventure: A Novel for Girls by Adele De Leeuw, illustrated by
     Cateau De Leeuw (New York: Macmillan, 1934).

     20/5       Sketches, 4 items.

     20/6       Illustrations, pp. 1, 33, 40, 47, 65, 81, 100, 151, 169, 177, 219, 233,
                252, 264; 15 items.

     Love Is the Beginning by Adele and Cateau De Leeuw (Cleveland: World, 
     1960).

     20/7       Correspondence, 1959-1960, n.d., 11 items.

     20/8-20/10 Typescript, edited, 3 February 1959,

     20/8            Chapters 1-4, pp. 1-60.

     20/9            Chapters 5-8, pp. 61-123.

     20/10           Chapters 9-15, pp. 124-215.

     21/1-21/3  Typescript,

     21/1            Chapters 1-4, pp. 1-64.

     21/2            Chapters 5-9, pp. 65-145.

     21/3            Chapters 10-15, pp. 146-235.

     21/4       Royalty statements, 1960-1969.

     Love Is Where You Find It by Kay Hamilton (a.k.a. Cateau De Leeuw)
     (Philadelphia: Macrae-Smith, 1947).

     21/5       Correspondence with agent, 1946-1947, 4 items.
     
     21/6       Correspondence with publisher, 1946-1947, 24 items.

     21/7       Notes, 8 pp.

     21/8       Synopsis, 5 pp.

                Outline, 4 pp.

     21/9-21/11 Typescript, edited,

     21/9            Chapters 1-5, pp. 1-67.

     21/10           Chapters 6-11, pp. 68-150.

     21/11           Chapters 12-17, pp. 151-238.

     21/12      Royalty statements, 1947-1948.

     Make Your Habits Work For You by Adele and Cateau De Leeuw (New
     York:  Pellegrini & Cudahy, 1952).

     22/1       Notes, 7 pp.

     22/2       Synopsis, 4 pp.

                Outline, 2 versions, 23 pp.

     22/3-22/4  Typescript, edited, various versions, irregular pagination, 2 June 1949, 

     22/3            59 pp.

     22/4            50 pp.

     22/5       Partial typescript, 18 pp.

     22/6       Partial typescript, 11 pp.

                Partial typescript, 7 pp.

     22/7-22/8  Typescript,

     22/7            Chapters 1-2, pp. 1-71.
     
     22/8            Chapters 3-4, pp. 72-137.

     22/9       Partial typescript, carbon copy, pp. 55-71, 94-137.    

     22/10      Typescript, chapter 2, pp. 9-32.

     22/11-22/12 Typescript,

     22/11           Chapters 2-3, pp. 9-58.

     22/12           Chapters 5-6, pp. 85-113.

     23/1-23/2  Typescript, 

     23/1            Chapters 1-3, pp. 1-58.

     23/2            Chapters 4-6, pp. 59-113.

     23/3-23/4  Typescript, "second version,"

     23/3            4 chapters, 64 pp.

     23/4            3 chapters, 62 pp.

     23/5       Partial typescript, 22 pp.

     23/6       Partial typescript, pp. 35-55.
     
     23/7-23/8  Typescript, edited, "final version,"

     23/7            Chapter One, pp. 1-66.

     23/8            Chapters 2-3, pp. 67-128.

     23/9            Chapters 4-6, pp. 129-236.

     23/10      Typescript, outline, 9 pp., and introduction, 11 pp.

     24/1       Typescript, "final version": outline, 11 pp., introduction, 14 pp., and pp.
                1-76.

     24/2       Typescript, carbon copy, "final version": outline, 11 pp., introduction,
                14 pp., and pp. 1-76.

     24/3-24/5  Typescript, "final version,"

     24/3            Introduction and chapter One, pp. 1-76.

     24/4            Chapters 2-3, pp. 77-140.

     24/5            Chapters 4-6, pp. 141-240.

     24/6       Galley, p. 17.

     24/7       Royalty statements, 1951-1958.

     Mickey the Monkey by Adele and Cateau De Leeuw, illustrated by Robert
     Henneberger (Boston: Little, Brown, 1952).

     24/8       Typescript, edited, "second version": chapters 1-9, pp. 1-65.

     24/9       Typescript, chapters 1-10, pp. 1-78.

     24/10      Proof, front matter, 3 pp.

                Reviews, 4 pp.

     Nobody's Doll by Adele De Leeuw, illustrated by Anne Vaughan (Boston:
     Little, Brown, 1946).

     24/11      Illustrations, ink and watercolor, 3 items.

     Not For One Alone, a Junior Novel by Jessica Lyon (a.k.a. Cateau De
     Leeuw) (Philadelphia: Macrae-Smith, 1955).

     25/1       Correspondence, 1954-1956, n.d., 13 items.

     25/2       Notes, 11 pp.

     25/3-25/5  Typescript, edited, "original,"

     25/3            Chapters 1-8, pp. 1-73.

     25/4            Chapters 9-15, pp. 74-132.

     25/5            Chapters 16-25, pp. 133-203.

     25/6-25/8  Typescript, "second version,"

     25/6            Chapters 1-8, pp. 1-84.

     25/7            Chapters 9-15, pp. 85-156.

     25/8            Chapters 16-25, pp. 157-238. 

     25/9-26/1  Typescript, "second version,"

     25/9            Chapters 1-8, pp. 1-84.

     25/10           Chapters 9-15, pp. 85-156.

     26/1            Chapters 16-25, pp. 157-238. 

     26/2       Royalty statements, 1955-1962.

     Nurses Who Led the Way by Adele and Cateau De Leeuw, illustrated by
     Katherine Sampson (Racine, WI: Whitman, 1961).

     26/3       Correspondence with Mary Ann Burn, 1960, 11 items

     26/4       Correspondence with publisher, 1960-1961, 17 items.

     26/5       Correspondence with Dorothy Thompson, 1960, 7 items.

     26/6       Notes, 39 items.

     26/7       Notes, 14 items.

     26/8-26/9  Typescript, edited,

     26/8            4 chapters, 47 pp.

     26/9            5 chapters, 53 pp.

     26/10-26/11 Typescript,

     26/10           6 chapters, 71 pp.

     26/11           6 chapters, 78 pp.

     One Week of Danger by Cateau De Leeuw, illustrated by Kurt Werth (New
     York: Nelson, 1959).

     26/12      Correspondence with agent, 26 items.

     26/13      Correspondence with publisher, Random House, 1955-1957, 22 items.

     27/1       Correspondence with publisher, Thomas Nelson, 1957-1960, 16 items.

     27/2       Correspondence with Jack and Jill magazine, 3 items.

     27/3       Notes, 29 pp.       

     27/4       Synopsis, 10 pp.

                Synopsis, 3 copies, 33 pp.

     27/5       Outlines, 12 pp.

     27/6       Typescript, edited, "preliminary," 31 pp.

     27/7       Typescript, "1st version," 34 pp.

     27/8       Typescript, carbon copy, "1st version, 34 pp. 

     27/9       Typescript, carbon copy, "1st version, 34 pp. 

     27/10      Typescript, "second version," 7 pp.

     27/11      Typescript, edited, "serial version," 49 pp.

     27/12      Typescript, "serial version," 69 pp.

     27/13      Typescript, carbon copy, "serial version," 69 pp.

     27/14      Typescript, "serial version," 72 pp.

     27/15      Typescript, carbon copy, "serial version," 72 pp.

     28/1       Sketches, 2 items.

     --         Illustrations, 11 items [Removed to Kurt Werth Papers, DG 1040].

     28/2       Royalty statements, 1959-1975.

     Patchwork Quilt by Adele De Leeuw, illustrated by Cateau De Leeuw
     (Boston: Little, Brown, 1943).

     28/3       Sketches, 4 items.

     28/4       Illustrations, ink; title page, pp. 52, 79, 90, 93, 140, 166, 175, 10 items.

     A Place For Herself by Adele De Leeuw, illustrated by Cateau De Leeuw
     (New York: Macmillan, 1937).

     28/5       Illustrations, ink, pp. 1, 11, 24, 34, 61, 88, 120, 139, 166, 189, 205,
                224, 251; 14 items.

     Portrait by Kathie by Kay Hamilton (a.k.a. Cateau De Leeuw)
     (Philadelphia: Macrae-Smith, 1951).

     28/6       Correspondence with agent, 1950-1951, 12 items.

     28/7       Correspondence with publishers, 1950-1951, 22 items.

     28/8       Synopsis, 3 pp.

     28/9-28/11 Typescript, edited,

     28/9            Chapters 1-6, pp. 1-70.

     28/10           Chapters 7-11, pp. 71-122.

     28/11           Chapters 12-18, pp. 123-194.

     28/12      Serial version, Toronto Star, 3 February 1951, 3 copies, pp. 1-
                15.

     28/13      Royalty statements, 1951-1962.

     The Proud Air, a Junior Novel by Jessica Lyon (a.k.a. Cateau De Leeuw)
     (Philadelphia: Macrae-Smith, 1956).

     28/14      Correspondence, 1956, 7 items.

     28/15      Notes, 2 pp.

                Synopsis, 5 pp.

     28/16-29/1 Typescript, edited, "original,"

     28/16           Chapters 1-7, pp. 1-62.

     28/17           Chapters 8-18, pp. 63-153.

     29/1            Chapters 19-23, pp. 154-200.

     29/2-29/4  Typescript, 

     29/2            Chapters 1-7, pp. 1-70.

     29/3            Chapters 8-15, pp. 71-148.

     29/4            Chapters 16-23, pp. 149-228.

     29/5-29/7  Typescript, 

     29/5            Chapters 1-7, pp. 1-70.

     29/6            Chapters 8-15, pp. 71-148.

     29/7            Chapters 16-23, pp. 149-228.

     29/8       Royalty statements, 1956-1963.

     The Proving Years by Cateau De Leeuw, illustrated by Leonard Vosburgh
     (New York: Nelson, 1962).

     29/9       Correspondence, 1961-1962, 23 items.

     29/10      Notes, 9 pp.

     29/11-29/12 Typescript, edited, "original,"

     29/11            Chapters 1-6, pp. 1-45.

     29/12            Chapters 7-14, pp. 46-105.

     30/1-30/2  Typescript, edited with typesetter's marks,

     30/1            Chapters 1-6, pp. 1-50.

     30/2            Chapters 7-14, pp. 51-117.

     30/3-30/4  Typescript, carbon copy,

     30/3            Chapters 1-6, pp. 1-50.

     30/4            Chapters 7-14, pp. 51-117.

     30/5       Royalty statements, 1962-1970.

     Rika by Adele De Leeuw, illustrated by Cateau De Leeuw (New York:
     Macmillan, 1932).

     30/6       Correspondence, 1932, 1 item.

                Review, 1 item.

     30/7       Illustrations, ink, pp. half title, title, ix, 14, 29, 48, 78, 79, 111, 112,
                127, 155, 156, 178, 179, 212, 230, 231, 248, 263, 285; 26 items.

     The Salty Skinners by Adele and Cateau De Leeuw, illustrated by Arnold
     Spilkin (Boston: Little, Brown, 1964).

     30/8       Correspondence with publisher, 1962-1963, 3 items.

     30/9       Correspondence, 1962, 4 items.

     30/10      Research material, 3 items.

     30/11      Notes, 15 pp.

     30/12      Synopses, 3 versions, 6 pp.

     30/13      Outline, 21 pp.

                Outline, 32 pp.

     30/14-30/15 Typescript, edited, "original,"

     30/14           Chapters 1-5, pp. 1-54.

     30/15           Chapters 6-11, pp. 55-107.

     31/1-31/2  Typescript, typesetter's marks,

     31/1            Front matter, 3 pp., and chapters 1-5, pp. 1-60.

     31/2            Chapters 6-11, pp. 61-124.

     31/3-31/4  Typescript, carbon copy, 

     31/3            Front matter, 3 pp., and chapters 1-5, pp. 1-60.

     31/4            Chapters 6-11, pp. 61-124.

     31/5       Galley, pp. 1-47.

     The Show Boat's Coming by Adele and Cateau De Leeuw (Cleveland:
     World, 1956).

     31/6       Correspondence with publisher, 1954-1956, 13 items.

     31/7       Correspondence with Gallipolis Chamber of Commerce, 1955, 6 items.

     31/8       Correspondence with Hiram College, 1954-1956, 11 items.

     31/9       Research material, 17 pp.

     31/10      Notes, 15 pp.

     31/11      Notes, 55 pp.

     31/12      Synopsis, 5 pp.

                Synopsis, 9 pp.

                Outline, 17 pp.

     32/1-32/3  Typescript,

     32/1            Chapters 1-5, pp. 1-71.

     32/2            Chapters 6-11, pp. 71-120, 142-160.

     32/3            Chapters 12-16, pp. 161-240.

     32/4       Book jacket, 1 item.

     32/5       Royalty statements, 1956-1966.

     Strange Garden by Adele and Cateau De Leeuw, illustrated by Meg 
     Wholberg (Boston: Little, Brown, 1958).
     
     32/6       Correspondence, 1957-1958, 8 items.

     32/7       Notes, 7 items.

     32/8       Synopsis, 3 pp.

                Synopsis, 12 pp.

     32/9       Outline, 27 pp.

     32/10      Typescript, edited, pp. 28-51.

     32/11      Typescript, pp. 1-61.

     This Is My Desire, a Junior Novel by Jessica Lyon (a.k.a. Cateau De
     Leeuw) (Philadelphia: Macrae-Smith, 1952).

     32/12      Correspondence with publisher, 26 items.

     32/13      Correspondence with agent, 1951-1952, 7 items.

     32/14      Synopsis, 4 pp.

     32/15-32/17 Typescript, edited,
     
     32/15           Chapters 1-4, pp. 1-52.

     32/16           Chapters 5-12, pp. 53-129.

     32/17           Chapters 13-20, pp. 130-201.

     32/18      Publicity material, 2 items.

     33/1       Serial version, Toronto Star, 27 September 1952, 2 copies, pp.
                1-15.

     33/2       Royalty statements, 1952-1959.

     To Have and Not to Hold, A Junior Novel by Jessica Lyon (a.k.a. Cateau
     De Leeuw) (Philadelphia: Macrae-Smith, 1954).

     33/3       Correspondence with agent, 1954, 2 items.

                Correspondence with publishers, 1953-1954, 29 items.

     33/4       Research material, 1 item.

                Notes, 9 pp.

     33/5       Synopsis, 4 pp.

     33/6-33/8  Typescript, edited,

     33/6            Chapters 1-8, pp. 1-74.

     33/7            Chapters 9-14, pp. 75-122.

     33/8            Chapters 15-22, pp. 123-200.

     33/9       Royalty statements, 1954-1961.

     Truth to Tell by Cateau De Leeuw (Philadelphia: Macrae-Smith, 1965).

     33/10      Correspondence, 1963-1965, 26 items.

     33/11      Research material, 5 items.

     33/12      Notes, 9 pp.

     33/13      Synopsis, 3 pp.

     33/14-34/16 Typescript, edited,

     33/14           Chapters 1-7, pp. 1-44.

     33/15           Chapters 8-16, pp. 45-97.

     33/16           Chapters 17-24, pp. 98-147.

     34/1-34/2  Typescript, 

     34/1            Chapters 1-11, pp. 1-76.

     34/2            Chapters 12-24, pp. 77-167.

     34/3-34/4  Typescript, 

     34/3            Chapters 1-11, pp. 1-76.

     34/4            Chapters 12-24, pp. 77-167.

     The Turn in the Road by Cateau De Leeuw, illustrated by Lili Rethi (New
     York: Nelson, 1961).

     34/5       Correspondence, 1960-1961, 19 items.

     34/6       Notes, 5 pp.

     34/7       Synopsis, 5 pp.

     34/8-34/9  Typescript, edited, "original,"

     34/8            Chapters 1-5, pp. 1-46.

     34/9            Chapters 6-12, pp. 47-107.

     34/10-34/11 Typescript, 

     34/10           Chapters 1-5, pp. 1-50.

     34/11           Chapters 6-12, pp. 51-118.

     35/1-35/2  Typescript, edited with typesetter's marks,

     35/1            Chapters 1-7, pp. 1-65.

     35/2            Chapters 8-12, pp. 66-118.

     35/3       Royalty statements, 1961-1968.

     Where Valor Lies by Adele and Cateau De Leeuw, illustrated by William
     Plummer (Garden City, NY: Doubleday, 1959).

     35/4       Correspondence, 1957-1959, 14 items.

     35/5       Notes, 18 pp.

     35/6       Notes on Crusades, 13 pp.

     35/7       Outline, 9 pp.

     35/8-35/9  Typescript, edited, "original,"

     35/8            Parts 1-3, pp. 1-77.

     35/9            Parts 4-6, pp. 78-146.

     35/10-35/11 Typescript, 

     35/10           Parts 1-3, pp. 1-89.

     35/11           Parts 4-6, pp. 90-167.

     35/12           Miscellaneous typescript pages, 11 pp.
     
     35/13           Royalty statements, 1959-1966.

     William Tyndale, Martyr for the Bible by Cateau De Leeuw (New York:
     Association Press, 1955).

     36/1       Correspondence with agent, 1953-1955, 21 items.

     36/2       Correspondence with publisher, 1954-1958, n.d.

     36/3       Notes, 51 pp.

     36/4-36/7  Research notebook,

     36/4            3 sections, 46 pp.

     36/5            2 sections, 86 pp.

     36/6            7 sections, 44 pp.

     36/7            3 sections, 55 pp.

     36/8       Outlines, 4 versions, 20 pp.

     36/9       Partial typescript, edited, "preliminary," 49 pp.

     36/10-37/1 Typescript, edited, "1st version,"

     36/10           Chapters 1-6, pp. 1-36A.

     37/1            Chapters 7-15, pp. 37-96.

     37/2-37/3  Typescript, "2nd version,"

     37/2            Chapters 1-7, pp. 1-48.

     37/3            Chapters 8-15, pp. 49-113.

     37/4-37/5  Typescript, carbon copy, "2nd version,"

     37/4            Chapters 1-7, pp. 1-48.

     37/5            Chapters 8-15, pp. 49-113.

     37/6-37/7  Typescript, edited, "3rd version,"

     37/6            Chapters 1-11, pp. 1-59.

     37/7            Chapters 12-19, pp. 60-128.
 
     37/8-37/9  Typescript, edited, "4th version,"

     37/8            Chapters 1-15, pp. 1-79.

     37/9            Chapters 16-20, pp. 80-119.

     37/10           Partial typescript, 30 pp.
     
     37/11           Royalty statements, 1955-1965.

     A World Explorer: Roald Amundsen by Cateau De Leeuw, illustrated by
     George Parrish (Champaign, IL: Garrard, 1965).

     38/1       Correspondence, 1963-1965, 19 items.

     38/2       Research notes, 41 pp.

     38/3       Miscellaneous notes, 10 pp.

     38/4       Typescript, edited, outline, 3 pp., and body, 38 pp.

     38/5       Typescript, edited with typesetter's marks, front matter, 3 pp., and pp.
                1-36.

     38/6       Typescript, carbon copy, front matter, 3 pp., and pp. 1-36.

     38/7-38/8  Royalty statements, 1965-1977, 2 folders.
     
     A World Explorer: Sir Walter Raleigh by Adele De Leeuw, illustrated by
     Adolph Le Moult (n.p.: Garrard, 1964).

     38/9       Correspondence, 1966, 1 item.

                Typescript, front matter, 2 pp., and pp. 1-37.

     A Year of Promise by Adele De Leeuw, illustrated by Cateau De Leeuw
     (New York: Macmillan, 1936).

     38/10      Illustrations, ink, 15 items.

     Young Dr. Glenn by Kay Hamilton (a.k.a. Cateau De Leeuw) (Philadelphia: 
     Macrae-Smith, 1948).

     38/11      Correspondence, 1947-1948, 9 items.

     38/12      Notes, 10 pp.

     38/13      Synopses, 2 versions, 6 pp.

     38/14      Outlines, 2 versions, 16 pp.

     38/15-39/2 Typescript,

     38/15           Chapters 1-4, pp. 1-69.

     38/16           Chapters 5-8, pp. 70-131.

     39/1            Chapters 9-13, pp. 132-199.

     39/2            Chapters 14-29, pp. 200-272.

     39/3       Royalty statements, 1948-1961.


B.  Book-related Material (Undated)

     39/4       Book jackets, 22 items.

     39/5       Lists of characters and locales for various novels, 29 pp.

     39/6       Notebook with ideas for titles, plots, character names, etc.

     39/7       "Ohioana Citation," in Ohio Authors and Composers - 1958,
                pp. 8-9.

     39/8       Publicity material, 10 items.

     39/9-39/16 Synopses for Unpublished Novels or Serials

     39/9            "Avenging Angel," 25 pp.

     39/10           "Bigamy Bride," 7 pp.

                     "Captive Bride," 22 pp.

     39/11           "The Divine Diana,"1 p.

                     "Doctor novel," 2 pp.

                     "Fraidy Cat," 8 pp.

     39/12           "Heart Unafraid," 19 pp.

                     "Last of the Jellicotts," 2 versions, 10 pp.

     39/13           "The Mansard Murders," 3 pp.

                     "The Packhorse Brigade," 5 pp.

                     "Paris Means Love," 3 pp.

                     "Stanley Steamer," 4 pp.

     39/14           "Some Like Them Married," 2 versions, 35 pp.

     39/15           Unidentified serial, 20 pp.

     39/16           "Where Your Treasure Is," 5 versions, 35 pp.


C.  Serialized or Unpublished Novels (1932-1955)

     "Barren Interlude" see "Helix"

     "Bright Barricade"

     40/1       Notes, 11 pp.
     
                Synopses, 3 versions, 12 pp.

                Character outline, 4 pp.

     40/2-40/3  Typescript, edited,

     40/2            pp. 1-85.

     40/3            pp. 86-176.

     40/4       Typescripts, chapter 1, 2 versions, 8 pp.

     40/5-40/6  Typescript,

     40/5            Front matter, 6 pp., and pp. 1-83.

     40/6            pp. 84-174.

     40/7-40/8  Typescript, carbon copy,

     40/7            pp. 1-83.

     40/8           pp. 84-174.

     "Born to Fly"

     41/1       Correspondence, 1952, 1955, n.d., 3 items.

     41/2       Notes, 29 pp.

     41/3       Research material, 3 items.

     41/4       Outline, 3 versions, 25 pp.

     41/5       Typescript, "interview with Dawson," 40 pp.

     41/6-41/9  Typescript, "interview with Dawson,"

     41/6            Sections 1-5, 75 pp.

     41/7            Sections 6-11, 90 pp.

     41/8            Sections 12-14, 55 pp.

     41/9            Sections 15-19, 100 pp.

     41/10-41/11 Typescript, edited, "original,"

     41/10            4 chapters, 48 pp.

     41/11            4 chapters, 38 pp. 

     42/1-42/2   Typescript, 

     42/13            chapters 47 pp.

     42/25            chapters 59 pp.

     42/3-42/4   Typescript,

     42/3             Chapters 1-3, 47 pp.

     42/4             Chapters 4-6, 41 pp.

     42/5        Partial typescript, 8 pp.     

     42/6        Photographs of Robert Dawson and the De Leeuw sisters, 4 items.  

     "But Heaven Is Higher"

     42/7        Synopsis, 2 versions, 9 pp.

                 Outline, 2 pp.

     42/8        Partial typescript, 13 pp.

     "Double Murder"

     43/1        Notes, 10 pp.

     43/2        Synopsis, 19 pp.

     43/3-43/5   Typescript, edited,

     43/3             Chapters 1-4, pp. 1-59.
 
     43/4             Chapters 5-10, pp. 60-133.

     43/5             Chapters 11-18, pp. 134-218.

     43/6-43/9   Typescript,

     43/6             Chapters 1-3, pp. 1-52.

     43/7             Chapters 4-7, pp. 53-109.

     43/8             Chapters 8-12, pp. 110-173.

     43/9             Chapters 13-18, pp. 174-249, and epilogue, 3 pp.

     "Fearful Heart"

     44/1-44/3   Typescript, 17 July 1937,

     44/1             Chapters 1-5, pp. 1-75.

     44/2             Chapters 6-9, pp. 76-124.

     44/3             Chapters 10-16, pp. 125-216.

     "Flight From Java"

     44/4        Synopses, 2 versions, 5 pp.

     44/5        Typescript, pp. 1-66.

     44/6        Clipping of published version.

     "Gilbert Comes of Age"

     44/7        Correspondence, 1932-1935, 1941-1943, 28 items.

     44/8        Notes, 3 items.

     44/9-44/11  Typescript, 

     44/9             Chapters 1-6, pp. 1-60.

     44/10            Chapters 7-13, pp. 61-141.

     44/11            Chapters 14-21, pp. 142-226.

     44/12            Sketches, 4 items.

     "Helix"

     45/1        Notes, 5 pp.

     45/2-45/4   Typescript,

     45/2-45/3        Book Two, 

     45/2                   pp. 119-194.

     45/3                   pp. 195-284.

     45/4             Book Three, pp. 285-343.

     45/5-45/9   Typescript, 

     45/5-45/6        Book One,

     45/5                   pp. 1-50.

     45/6                   pp. 51-118.

     45/7-46/1        Book Two,

     45/7                   pp. 119-190.

     45/8                   pp. 191-252.

     46/1             Book Three, pp. 253-315.

     46/2-46/6   Typescript, carbon copy,

     46/2-46/3        Book One,

     46/2                   pp. 1-50.

     46/3                   pp. 51-118.

     46/4-46/5        Book Two,

     46/4                   pp. 119-190.

     46/5                   pp. 191-252.

     46/6             Book Three, pp. 253-315.

     46/7-47/3   Typescript,

     46/7-46/8        Book One,

     46/7                   pp. 1-48.

     46/8                   pp. 49-103.

     47/1-47/2        Book Two,

     47/1                   pp. 104-152.

     47/2                   pp. 153-219.

     47/3             Book Three, pp. 220-272.

     47/4-47/8   Typescript,

     47/4-47/5        Book One,

     47/4                  pp. 1-48.

     47/5                  pp. 49-103.

     47/6-47/7        Book Two,

     47/6                  pp. 104-152.

     47/7                  pp. 153-219.

     47/8             Book Three, pp. 220-272.

     "Little Sister"

     48/1        Notes, 2 pp.

                 Synopsis, 8 pp.

     48/2        Typescript, pp. 1-69.

     48/3-48/4   Typescript, 

     48/3             Part 1, pp. 1-34.

     48/4             Part 2, pp. 35-70.

     48/5        Typescript, carbon copy, pp. 1-70.

     "Love Is a Fearsome Thing"

     48/6-48/7   Typescript,

     48/6             Parts 1-2, 57 pp.

     48/7             Parts 3-4, 69 pp.

     "Lover of Madman's Key"

     48/8        Synopsis, 19 pp.

     48/9-48/10  Typescript, 

     48/9             Parts 1-2, pp. 1-56.

     48/10            Parts 3-4, pp. 57-107.

     "The Man Who Killed Himself"

     48/11       Synopsis, 15 pp.

     48/12       Synopsis, carbon copy, 15 pp.

     48/13       Synopsis, 7 pp.

     48/14       Typescript, edited, pp. 1-18.

     48/15       Typescript, 18 pp.

     48/16       Typescript, carbon copy, pp. 1-18.

     "March Madness"

     49/1        Typescript, edited, pp. 1-35.

     49/2        Typescript, pp. 1-39.

     49/3-49/4   Typescript,

     49/3             Parts 1-2, pp. 1-63.

     49/4             Parts 3-4, pp. 64-122.

     "Mystery Serial"

     49/5        Synopsis, 8 pp.

                 Outline, 2 versions, 14 pp.

     49/6        Typescript, "Pass 1," pp. 1-22.

     49/7        Typescript, pp. 1-17.

     49/8        Typescript, 9 pp., and outline, 3 pp.

     "No Health In It"

     49/9        Notes, 35 pp.

     49/10       Synopsis, 6 pp.

                 Outline, 5 pp.

     49/11-49/13 Typescript, edited,

     49/11            Chapters 1-9, pp. 1-71.

     49/12            Chapters 10-15, pp. 72-167.

     49/13            Chapters 16-20, pp. 168-197.

     50/1-50/3   Typescript, edited,

     50/1             Chapters 1-9, pp. 1-82.

     50/2             Chapters 10-13, pp. 83-140.

     50/3             Chapters 14-20, pp. 141-230.

     50/4-50/6   Typescript, carbon copy

     50/4             Chapters 1-9, pp. 1-82.

     50/5             Chapters 10-13, pp. 83-146.

     50/6             Chapters 14-20, pp. 147-230.

     50/7-51/1   Typescript, 

     50/7             Chapters 1-9, pp. 1-74.

     50/8             Chapters 10-13, pp. 75-133.

     51/1             Chapters 14-20, pp. 134-214.
     
     51/2-51/4   Typescript, carbon copy, 

     51/2             Chapters 1-9, pp. 1-74.

     51/3             Chapters 10-13, pp. 75-133.

     51/4             Chapters 14-20, pp. 134-214.

     51/5        Partial typescript, 65 pp.

     "No Snare Like Folly"

     51/6        Research material, 15 pp.

     51/7        Notes, 51 pp.
     
     51/8-51/9   Notes on characters, 

     51/8             55 pp.
      
     51/9             52 pp.

     51/10       Character outline, 4 pp.

     52/1-52/6   Typescript, edited, "original,"

     52/1             pp. 1-75.

     52/2             pp. 76-150.

     52/3             pp. 151-225.

     52/4             pp. 226-300.

     52/5             pp. 301-375.

     52/6             pp. 376-435.

     53/1-53/7   Typescript, "2nd version,"

     53/1             pp. 1-75.
     
     53/2             pp. 76-150.

     53/3             pp. 151-225.

     53/4             pp. 226-300.

     53/5             pp. 301-375.

     53/6             pp. 376-450.

     53/7             pp. 451-488.

     54/1-54/7   Typescript, carbon copy, "2nd version,"

     54/1             pp. 1-75.

     54/2             pp. 76-150.

     54/3             pp. 151-225.

     54/4             pp. 226-300.

     54/5             pp. 301-375.

     54/6             pp. 376-450.

     54/7             pp. 451-488.

     55/1-55/8   Typescript, carbon copy,

     55/1             Front matter, 2 pp., and pp. 1-75.

     55/2             pp. 76-150.

     55/3             pp. 151-225.

     55/4             pp. 226-300.

     55/5             pp. 301-375.

     55/6             pp. 376-450.

     55/7             pp. 451-488.

     55/8        Miscellaneous typescript pages, 40 pp.

     "The Play's Not the Only Thing"

     56/1        Correspondence, 1947-1948, 6 items.

     56/2        Synopsis, 6 pp.

     56/3        Outline, 11 pp.

     56/4        Typescript, chapters 1-8, pp. 1-64.

     "Rambling Through the Universe"

     56/5-56/7   Typescript,

     56/5             pp. 1-69.

     56/6             pp. 70-133.

     56/7             pp. 134-188.

     56/8-57/1   Typescript,

     56/8             Chapters 1-5, pp. 1-72.

     56/9             Chapters 6-10, pp. 73-143.

     56/10            Chapters 11-15, pp. 144-229.

     57/1             Chapters 16-20, pp. 230-302.

     "Rivertown"

     57/2        Notes.

     57/3        Outline, 2 versions, 3 pp.

     57/4        Typescript, 12 pp.

     57/5        Typescript, 9 pp.

     "The Runaways"

     57/6        Notes, 7 pp.

                 Synopses, 2 versions, 6 pp.

     57/7-57/8   Typescript, edited, "original,"

     57/7             Chapters 1-9, pp. 1-55.

     57/8             Chapters 10-17, pp. 55-101.

     57/9-57/10  Typescript,

     57/9             Chapters 1-9, pp. 1-61.

     57/10            Chapters 10-17, pp. 62-117.

     57/11-57/12 Typescript, carbon copy,

      57/11           Chapters 1-9, pp. 1-61.

     57/12            Chapters 10-17, pp. 62-117.

     58/1-58/2   Typescript, carbon copy,

     58/1             Chapters 1-9, pp. 1-61.

     58/2             Chapters 10-17, pp. 62-117.

     "Spring Came Early"

     58/3        Clipping of serial version.

     "Tales From Taranamara"

     58/4-58/5   Typescript, 

     58/4             Front matter, 3 pp., and pp. 1-48.

     58/5             pp. 49-85.

     58/6        Typescript, pp. 1-33.
          
     "The Troubled Heart"

     58/7        Correspondence, 1951, 15 items.

     58/8        Synopsis, 3 pp.

     58/9        Published story, Newark, New Jersey, Star-Ledger, 22 July
                 1951, 2 copies.
     

D.  Short Stories and Articles (1930-1974, n.d.) [all items are typescripts unless
     otherwise noted]

     59/1        "Accordion Lady," pp. 1-20.

     59/2        "Act of God,"

                      Correspondence, 1950, 1 item.
     
                      Typescripts, 3 versions, 16 pp.

     59/3        "Afraid of Life," pp. 1-13.

     59/4        "Always In Hot Water," pp. 1-4.

     59/5        "An Ill Wind That Blows," pp. 1-21.

     59/6        "Animal Hotel," 

                      Manuscript, 2 pp.

                      Typescript, 8 versions, 45 pp.

     59/7-59/8   "The Aproned Wife," 

     59/7             Typescript, pp. 1-15.

     59/8             Clipping of serial version from Toronto Star, 25 February 1956,
                      p. 3.

     59/10       "Assistant to Eros," pp. 1-20.

     59/11-59/12 "Avenging Angel," 

     59/11            Parts 1-2, 49 pp.

     59/12            Parts 3-4, 50 pp.

     59/13       "Baby Sister," 2 versions, 35 pp.

     59/14       "Balinese Hair-Do's," 3 versions, 10 pp.

     59/15       "Ban on Beauty," pp. 1-20.

     59/16       "The Bear Who Wanted to Be a Bear,"

                      Correspondence, 1949, 7 items.

                      Typescript, 4 pp.

     59/17       "A Bread Knife and Immortality," 9 pp. 

     59/18-59/19 "Burial Rights of Ancient Holland,"

     59/18            Clipping of published article, pp. 14-15.

     59/19            Illustrations, 9 items.

     59/20       "The Captain's Cat," 3 versions, 15 pp.

     59/21       "The Cat Cried," 2 versions, 16 pp.

     59/22       "The Christmas Angel," 3 versions, 23 pp.

     59/23       "The Christmas Kitten," 2 versions, 9 pp.

     60/1        "The Cloak of Danger," 2 versions, 42 pp.

     60/2        "Courtesy of Station WPYK," 6 pp.

     60/3        "A Couple Is Two," clipping of published version from Street &
                 Smith's Love Story Magazine, pp. 75-83.

     60/4        "Design for Loving," pp. 1-22.

     60/5        "Diamonds of Doom," pp. 1-30.

     60/6-60/7   "A Doctor for my Heart," 

     60/6             Versions 1 and 2, 35 pp.

     60/7             Versions 3 and 4, 37 pp.

     60/8        "Dutch Painting in the 17th Century,"

                      Notes, 10 pp.

                      Typescript, 28 pp.

     60/9        "The Fall of Jericho," 19 pp.

     60/10       "For Richer   For Poorer," pp. 1-20.

     60/11       "Fugitive Lover," pp. 1-20.

     60/12       "Greater Than Pearls of Price," 2 versions, 39 pp.

     60/13       "The Hare of the Dog That Bit," pp. 1-19.

     60/14       "Heart Betrayed," 2 versions, 30 pp.

     60/15-60/16 "Heart Trouble,"

     60/15            2 versions, 39 pp.

     60/16            2 versions, 42 pp.

     60/17       "Heartbreak in Paris," pp. 1-23.

     60/18       "Heartbreak to Music," pp. 1-22.

     60/19       "He Loves Me?" pp. 1-22.

     61/1-61/2   "Home Is Where the Heart Is," 

     61/1             Typescript, 2 versions, 48 pp.

     61/2             Clipping of published version from Love Short Stories
                      (?), pp. 68-77.
     
     61/3-61/4   "Hostages to Fear," 
     
     61/3             Synopsis, 6 pp.

                      Typescript, pp. 1-49.

     61/5        "If At First," 2 versions, 19 pp.

     61/6        "If Only Something Would Happen," pp. 1-10.

     61/7-61/8   "Impulsive Lady," 

     61/7             2 versions, 33 pp.

     61/8             2 versions, 32 pp.

     61/9-61/10  "In Case of Accident, Please Notify," 

     61/9             Typescript, 2 versions, 8 pp.

     61/10            Clipping from Townsend National Weekly with published
                      story, 5 January 1946, 1 p. 

     61/11       "It Would Be Heaven," 2 versions, 48 pp.

     61/12       "Justice," 3 versions, 15 pp.

     61/12-61/13 "The Kazzywoozy,"

     61/12            3 versions, 22 pp.

     61/13            3 versions, 27 pp.

     61/14       "Knight of the Garter," pp. 1-5.

     61/15       "The Letter," 3 versions, 14 pp.

     61/16       "Little Brown Basket," pp. 1-3.

     61/17       "Little Brown Beaver," pp. 1-4.

     61/18       "Little Brown Crock," pp. 1-4.

     61/19       "Little Brown Shoes," pp. 1-5.

     61/20       "Little Brown Wagon," pp. 1-5.

     61/21       "Lost and Found,"

                      Typescript, 4 versions, 21 pp.

                      Galley, 2 pp.

     61/22       "Lost and Found Heart," pp. 1-22.

     61/23       "Love at Sea," 2 versions, 38 pp.

     61/24       "Love Thief," 2 versions, 31 pp.

     61/25       "Lover in Public," pp. 1-20.

     61/26-62/2  "Magic," 

     61/26            2 versions, 44 pp.

     62/1             2 versions, 46 pp.

     62/2             1 version, 24 pp.

     62/3        "Male Butterfly," pp. 1-16.

     62/4        "A Man of Action," pp. 1-21.

     62/5        "The Man Who Had to Stand," 2 versions, 34 pp.

     62/6        "A Matter of Make-Up," 2 versions, 30 pp.

     62/7        "Merry Christmas," pp. 1-22.

     62/8        "A Minute and a Half," 4 versions, 19 pp.

     62/9        "Modern Knight," pp. 1-26.

     62/10       "Murder In a Movie," pp. 1-12.

     62/11       "Murder In the Air," 4 versions, 26 pp.

     62/12-62/16 "Murder at Nomad's Land,"

     62/12            Synopsis, pp. 1-5.

     62/13            Typescript, version 1, pp. 1-33.

     62/14            Typescript, version 2, pp. 1-36.

     62/1             Typescript, version 3, pp. 1-36.

     62/16       "Nagged to Death," pp. 1-5.

     62/17-62/22 "Night of Terror," 

     62/17            Synopsis, 2 copies, 23 pp.

     62/18            Typescript, pp. 1-37.

     62/19            Typescript, pp. 1-37.

     62/20            Typescript, pp. 1-13.

     62/21       "The Night Shift," clipping of published version from Liberty, 31
                 May 1930, pp. 39.

     62/22       "No Matter What You Do," pp. 1-19.

     63/1        "Not So Dumb,"

                      Correspondence, 1 item.

                      Typescript, 5 versions, 25 pp.

     63/2-63/3   "Nothing Dramatic,"

     63/2             Version 1, pp. 1-20.

     63/3             Versions 2 and 3, 39 pp.

     63/4        "Of Mice and A Man," 3 pp.

     63/5        "Obstinate Male," 2 versions, 35 pp. 

     63/6        "Oh, Promise Me," 2 versions, 50 pp.

     63/7        "Once Jilted, Twice Shy," 2 versions, 38 pp.

     63/8        "One More Page," pp. 1-18.

     63/9        "The Only One to Blame," 2 versions, 8 pp.

     63/10       "The Other Twin," 2 versions, 38 pp.

     63/11       "Out of the Past," 3 versions, 12 pp.

     63/12-63/13 "A Pair of Studs," 

     63/12            2 versions, 30 pp.

     63/13            3 versions, 42 pp.

     63/14       "Pattern for Loving," pp. 1-20.

     63/15-63/16 "Peacocks Are Ornamental,"

     63/15            1st version, 23 pp.

     63/16            2nd version, 2 copies, 34 pp.

     63/17       "Peril In the Poconos," pp. 1-41.

     63/18       "Personality Build-up," 6 pp.

     63/19       "Permanent As the Stars," pp. 1-16.

     63/20       "Pot Luck," 2 copies, 4 pp.

     63/21       "Promise of Perfection," 18 pp.

     63/22       "Proof," 2 versions, 10 pp.

     64/1-64/3   "The Proof of the Pudding,"

     64/1             Typescript, versions 1 and 2, 13 pp.

     64/2             Typescript, version 3 and 4, 26 pp.

     64/3             Typescript, carbon copy, 13 pp.

     64/4        "The Pound of Flesh," pp. 1-19.

     64/5        "Remember Heartbreak," 

                      Outline, 1 p.

                      Typescript, pp. 1-19.

     64/6        "Revelation," 3 versions, 46 pp.

     64/7        "Rickie and Rover," 3 versions, 23 pp.

     64/8        "Sandwich Girl," 6 pp.

     64/9-64/10       "Sauce for the Goose," 

     64/9             2 versions, 15 pp.

     64/10            2 versions, 18 pp.

     64/11       "The Seeing Heart," 21 pp.

     64/12       "Seven Minutes of Hate," 2 versions, 10 pp.

     64/13-64/14 "Shadow Wife," 

     64/13            Notes, 4 pp.

                      Typescript, 32 pp.

     64/14            Typescript, 51 pp.

     64/15       "Sins of the Father," 20 pp.

     64/16       "The Slave You Own," 

                      Correspondence, 1953, 1 item.

                      Typescript, 11 pp.

     64/17       "The Slide," 4 pp.

     64/18-64/19 "Snake in Eden," 

     64/18            Correspondence, 1945, 1 item.

                      Typescript, 2 versions, 10 pp.

     64/19            Typescript, 2 versions, 11 pp.

     64/20       "The Statement," 2 versions, 4 pp.

     64/21       "Storm-Kissed," 13 pp.   

     64/22       "Sweet Lady," 23 pp.

     64/23       "Take Love As It Comes," 36 pp.

     64/24-64/25 "Ten Words,"

     64/24            2 versions, 25 pp.

     64/25            2 versions, 24 pp.

     64/26       "There's More Than One Way," 18 pp.

     64/27       "Thijsje," 2 versions, 7 pp.

     65/1        "This Heart Is True," 28 pp.

     65/2        "The Three Ribbons," 1951, 2 versions, 10 pp.

                 "Three's a Crowd," 1947, copy of published story, 6 pp.

     65/3        "To Suffer and Be Strong," 38 pp.

     65/4        "Treasure," 5 pp.

     65/5        "Trouble Is," 2 versions, 40 pp.

                 "Two-Career Woman Not Modern Here's One of the 15th Century,"
                 copy of published article, 1 p.
     
     65/6-65/7   "Two Wrongs,"

     65/6             Correspondence, 1974, 1 item.

                      Typescripts, 3 versions, 18 pp.

     65/7             Typescripts, 3 versions, 17 pp.

     65/8        Unidentified story, 6 pp.

     65/9-65/15  Unidentified story for Polly Pigtails,

     65/9             Correspondence, 1946, 1 item.

                      Notes, 1 p.

     65/10            Outline, 4 versions, 14 pp.

                      Character outline, 1 p.

     65/11            Typescript, version 1, 14 pp.

     65/12            Typescript, 17 pp.

     65/13            Typescript, version 2, 17 pp.

     65/14            Typescript, versions 3 and 4, 34 pp.
     
     65/15            Typescript, version 5, pp. 1-17.

     65/16       "Unwanted," 21 pp.

     65/17-65/18 "Value Received," 

     65/17            1 version, 22 pp.

     65/18            2 versions, 40 pp.

     65/19-65/20 "Viewpoint,"

     65/19            Correspondence, 1972-1973, 4 items.

                      Typescripts, 3 versions, 12 pp.

     65/20            Typescripts, 2 versions, 8 pp.
     
     65/21-65/22 "The Way Out,"

     65/21            2 versions, 12 pp.

     65/22            2 versions, 11 pp.

     65/23       "White Haven," 24 pp.

     65/24-65/25 "Widow's Weeds,"

     65/24            2 versions, 27 pp.

     65/25            1 version, 17 pp.

     65/26-5/27  "Wings,"

     65/26            2 versions, 13 pp.

     65/27            2 versions, 14 pp.

     65/28       "Woe's Wedding," 14 pp.

     

E.  Lectures (1943-1966, n.d.) [see also L.  Personal and Biographical --
     Biographical Material, 91/2-91/3]

     66/1-66/5   Correspondence (and related publicity material),

     66/1             1943-1944.

     66/2             1946-1951.

     66/3             1952-1954.

     66/4             1955-1956.
     
     66/5             1957-1966, n.d.

     66/6-67/1   Lecture notes, 3 folders.

     67/2        Publicity brochure, 1 item.


F.  Other Writing (1913-1916, 1948-1957)

     67/3-67/6   Childhood writings,

     67/3-67/4       Inspirations, a self-produced magazine with illustrations,
                     poems, and short stories, 1915-1916, 12 issues (2 folders).

     67/5            Ourselves, vol. 1, no. 1.

     67/6            Miscellaneous poems and short stories.

     67/7        Playscript, "The Obstinate Male," 2 copies, 38 pp.

     67/8-68/3   Poetry, 

     67/8             Correspondence, 1913, 1948-1957, n.d., 35 items.

     67/9             Notebook of verses and sayings.

     67/10-68/2       Poems, 5 folders.

     68/3             Poems by and about family members, 10 items.

     68/4        Skit, 18 pp.

     ---         see also Organizations   Listentome Club

     68/5-68/6   Unidentified typescript pages (2 folders).


G.  Subject Files (1924-1976)

     Central City, Colorado

     68/7        Picture of Central City Opera House, 1 item.

                 The Central City Story by Dana Kamphausen (Idaho Springs,
                 CO: Dana Company, 1976).

     68/8        Denver Post, 8 March 1935, 4 pp.

                 Colorado Prospector, c. 1978, 12 pp.

     Children and Young Adults

     68/9        Clippings and ephemera, 15 items.

     68/10       Notes, 4 pp.

     68/11       Clippings of magazine column, "How Young America Lives," c. 1953-
                 1954, 12 items.

     Colonial Times, Revolutionary War and the War of 1812

     68/12       Clippings and ephemera, 6 items.

                 Correspondence, 1959, 1 item.

                 Maps (including one hand-drawn on tracing paper), 7 items. 

     69/1        Published Works,

                      Twin Forts of the Popolopen: Forts Clinton and
                      Montgomery, New York, 1775-1777, by William H. Carr and
                      Richard J. Koke (Bear Mountain, NY: Bear Mountain Trailside
                      Museums, 1937).

                      Western Opinion and the War of 1812 by John F. Cady
                      (Columbus, OH: F.J. Heer Printing, 1924).

     ---         see Separation List for the titles of published works on the War of
                 1812 which have been removed from the collection.

     Connecticut, Mystic and Stonington

     69/2        Brochures and pamphlets, 1947-1948, 3 items.

                 Clippings and ephemera, 7 items.

     69/3        Newsletters, 1947-1948, 2 items.

     69/4        Stonington-Mystic Mirror-Journal, 1947, 3 issues

                 The New London Evening Day, Mystic Tercentenary edition,
                 1954, 2 copies.

     Marriage

     69/5        Clippings of magazine column, "Can This Marriage Be Saved?" 
                 c. 1953-1956, 21 items.

     69/6        Clippings of magazine column, "Making Marriage Work," c. 1954-1958,
                 33 items.

     Mediterranean Cruises

     69/7        Travel brochures, 1924, 1928, 2 items.

     Middle Ages

     69/8-70/3   Research notebooks

     69/8             Amusements-Arts, 13 pp.

     69/9             Biographies, 56 pp.

     69/10            Chronology-Folklore, 39 pp. (Includes numerous ink drawings,
                      probably by Cateau De Leeuw).

     70/1             Food-Health, 23 pp.

     70/2             Names-Travel & Transport, 21 pp.

     70/3             Seventh Crusade, Wars, 34 pp.

     70/4             Miscellaneous notes, 32 pp.

     Miscellaneous

     70/5        Correspondence, 1942-1957, n.d.

     70/6-70/7   Historical data, clippings and ephemera, 2 folders.

     70/8        Maps, 4 items.

     70/9        Nature, clippings.

     70/10       Notes

     70/11       "Tell Me Doctor," clippings of health column, c. 1952-1954.

     70/12       The Yorker, March-April, 1958.

     Netherlands

     ---         An Account of the Admiral, & the two Kings; with some remarks on
                 the art of living in Comfort [removed to de Grummond published
                 collection].

     70/13       Booklet, Enclosing and Partial Reclaiming of the Zuider Zee, 
                 1926.

     71/1        Brochures for travellers and tourists, 1936, 1957, n.d., 5 items.

     ---         Travel brochure for children [removed to the de Grummond published
                 collection].

     71/2-71/3   Knickerbocker Weekly

     71/2             5 October 1942, pp. 1-40.

                      3 May 1943, pp. 1-40.

                      28 August 1944, pp. 1-58.

     71/3             Clippings, 63 pp.

     71/4-71/6   Medieval Holland, research notebook,

     71/4             Front matter, 3 pp., and pp. 1-54.

     71/5             pp. 55-111.

     71/6             35 pp.

     Netherlands, Colonies and Former Colonies

     71/7        Brochures for tourists and travellers, 1928, n.d., 7 items.

     71/8        Maps, 3 items.

     71/9-72/6   Publications about Dutch East Indies,

     71/9-71/10       Series of brochures, Products of the Dutch East-Indies
                      (Buitenzorg, Java: Division of Commerce, Department of
                      Agriculture, Industry & Commerce),  

     71/9                  6 brochures.

     71/10                 6 brochures.

     72/1             Bali and Java drawings by Gerard Adolfs, presented by
                      the Java-China-Japan Line.

     72/2             Bali: The Enchanted Isle, by Helen Eva Yates (Royal
                      Packet Navigation Company).

     72/3             Bandoeng: The Mountain City of Netherlands India
                      compiled by S. A. Reitsma (Weltevreden, Java: G. Kolff).

     72/4             Netherlands India Old & New, January 1934.

     72/5             Romance Calling: Java, Bali, Sumatra, Nias, Siam, Indo-
                      China by Carl Shreve.

     72/6             A Trip Through the Dutch East Indies by A. J. Barnouw
                      (Gouda, Holland: Koch & Knuttel), 73 pp. 

     72/7-72/8   Newspaper clippings about Indonesia, c. 1956-1958.

     New Hampshire

     72/9        Travel brochures, pamphlets and maps, 1938, 1942, 1945, n.d., 7
                 items.

     72/10       The Littleton Courier, July 1946 and July 1947.

     New Jersey

     72/11       "About New Jersey" leaflets, 18 pp.

                 Clippings about New Jersey Indians, 9 pp.

     73/1        This Is New Jersey: A Tercentenary Bibliography by Doris M.
                 Perry (Trenton, N.J.: Trenton State College, 1963).

                 Proceedings of the New Jersey Historical Society, 1957, 1958,
                 2 items.

                 Clippings, 4 items.

     73/2-73/4   Research notebooks,

     73/2             Amusements-Folklore, 30 pp.

     73/3             Food-Houses, 11 pp.

     73/4             Indians-Wars, 38 pp.

     Ohio

     73/5-76/8   Research notebooks about Ohio,

     73/5-74/1        Books I and II,

     73/5                  Arts and Education, 54 pp.

     73/6                  Education and Religion, 44 pp.

     73/7                  Business and Transportation, 62 pp.

     73/8                  Miscellaneous, 6 pp.

     74/1                  Amusements, 52 pp.
     
     74/2-74/6        Books III and IV,

     74/2                  Arts, Education, and Religion, 25 pp.

     74/3                  Business and Transportation, 36 pp.

     74/4                  Business and Transportation, 37 pp.

     74/5                  Chronology-Clothing, 47 pp.

     74/6                  Flora & Fauna, 40 pp.

     74/7                  Flora & Fauna, 45 pp.

     74/8                  Folklore-Food, 62 pp.

     75/1                  Food, 22 pp.

     75/2                  Health, 43 pp.

     75/3                  Houses and Furniture, 23 pp.

     75/4                  Houses and Furniture, 31 pp.

     75/5                  Illustrations (including 3 pp. of ink drawings, probably by
                           Cateau De Leeuw) and Indians, 47 pp.

     75/6                  Indians, 24 pp.

     76/1                  Maps, 63 pp. (Includes several ink drawings and
                           photographs).

     76/2                  Peoples & Settlements, 29 pp.

     76/3                  Peoples & Settlements, 30 pp.

     76/4                  Laws & Governments, 46 pp.

     76/5                  Wars,  47 pp.

     76/6                  Wars, 29 pp.

     76/7-76/8        Index to Ohio Notebooks

     76/7                  Front matter and bibliography, 10 pp., and pp. 1-32.

     76/8                  pp. 33-59.

     76/9-77/5   Research notebooks about Hamilton, Ohio 

     76/9             Amusements-Business, 37 pp.

     77/1             Folklore, Health and Indians, 36 pp.

     77/2             Peoples and Settlements, 47 pp.

     77/3             Politics, Law, Government, 12 pp.

     77/4             Hamilton, 66 pp.

     77/5             Terrain, Lands, Building, Misc., 39 pp.

     77/6-77/8   Brochures and pamphlets,

     77/6             About Hamilton, Ohio and Butler County, c. 1960, 5 items.

     77/7             About Butler County, Ohio historical sites, c. 1960, 5 items.

     77/8             About Ohio history and Ohio historical sites, 8 items.

     77/9-77/10  Newsletters and other research material,

     77/9             About Ohio history, 11 items.

     77/10            About history of Hamilton, Ohio and Butler County, 1966, 1968,
                      7 items.

     78/1-78/5   Newspaper clippings,

     78/1-78/3        About Ohio history, c. 1958-1960, 3 folders.

     78/4-78/5        About history of Hamilton, Ohio,

     78/4                  Events prior to 1850.

     78/5                  Events after 1850.

     78/6        Notes about unidentified novel set in Ohio, 13 pp.

     78/7-78/9   Notes, correspondence and research material about unidentified novel
                 set in Ohio,

     78/7             Correspondence, 1968-1969, 12 items.

     78/8             Notes. 

     78/9             Research material, 9 items.

                      Photograph, 1 item.

     78/10-79/2       Maps of Ohio,

     78/10                 Hamilton, Ohio, 1955, 1956, 5 items.

     79/1                  Butler County, Ohio, 1955, n.d., 3 items, and photocopy of
                           1836 map, 1 item.

     79/2                  Other maps of southwest Ohio, 1955, 1961, 4 items.
     
     79/3-81/2   Published works on Ohio history,

     79/3             Captain Cushing in the War of 1812, edited by Harlow
                      Lindley (Columbus, OH: Ohio State Archaeological and
                      Historical Society, 1944).

     79/4             The Giant Buckeye (Hamilton, OH: Fort Hamilton
                      Press).

                      Historical Gleanings by Esther R. Benzig (Butler County, 
                      OH: D. Russell LeeVocational School, 1976).

                      Negro Contributions in America, edited by Jim Newton
                      (Hamilton, OH: Fort Hamilton Press, 1964).

     79/5             The Ohio Aborigines by Henry Clyde Shetrone, reprinted
                      from The History of the State of Ohio (Columbus, OH: Ohio
                      State Archaeological and Historical Society, 1940).

     79/6             Ohio Authors and Composers - 1958.

     79/7             Our Most Famous Buckeyes by Jim Newton (Hamilton,
                      OH: Fort Hamilton Press).

     79/8-80/3        Photocopy of Pioneer Biography: Sketches of the Lives of
                      the Early Settlers of Butler County, Ohio by James McBride
                      of Hamilton, 

     79/8-80/7             Volume 1,

     79/8                       61 pp.    
     
     79/9                       76 pp.

     79/10                      32 pp.

     80/1                       46 pp.

     80/2                       55 pp.

     80/3                       71 pp.

     80/4-80/5             Volume 2, 

     80/4                       35 pp.              

     80/5                       54 pp.

     80/6                       36 pp.

     80/7                       34 pp.

     81/1             A Surgeon's Mate at Fort Defiance edited by Richard C.
                      Knopf (Columbus, OH: Ohio Historical Society, 1957).

     81/2             Today in Ohio History by Jim Newton (Hamilton, OH:
                      Fort Hamilton Press, 1964).

                      Today in Ohio History by Jim Newton.
     
     Underground Railroad

     81/3-81/9   Research notebooks,

     81/3             Amusements-Clothing,

     81/4             Farms-Towns and Villages,

     81/5             Bibliography, Anti-Abolitionists, Slaves

     81/6             Notes from books about Abolitionism

     81/7-81/9        Photocopied pages from books about the Underground
                      Railroad,

     81/7                  22 pp.

     81/8                  34 pp.

     81/9                  17 pp.

     81/10            Newspaper clippings, 2 items.

                      Miscellaneous notes.

     Women In Art

     81/11-81/13      Research notebook, 

     81/11                 52 pp.

     81/12                 45 pp.

     81/13                 48 pp.


H.  Graphic Arts and Design (1914-1915, 1945, n.d.) 

     82/1        Artwork,

     82/1             Childhood drawings, 3 items.

     82/2             Christmas and greeting cards.

     82/3-82/6        Designs and decorative motifs; illustrations, ink, watercolor,
                      and pencil on tracing paper; also includes clippings and other
                      ephemera to supply ideas, 6 items.

     82/7-82/10       Miscellaneous illustrations; ink, watercolor, and scratchboard. 

     82/11            Playing cards, watercolor, 9 items. 

     83/1-83/2        Silkscreening,

     83/1                  Examples for imitation (?), 21 items.

     83/2                  Artwork, 8 items.

     83/3-83/5        Women and women's costumes,

     83/3                  Sketchbook with pencil drawings, 1914-1915.

     83/4                  Illustrations, pencil, ink and watercolor.

     83/5             Wood engraving prints, 48 items.
     
     83/6-84/1   Exhibits, announcements and reviews,

     84/6             Scrapbook.

     84/1             Clippings, brochures, announcements, ephemera.

     84/2-86/10  Subject File; some folders contain magazine clippings, while others
                 contain both clippings and original illustrations (pencil or ink on tracing
                 paper),  

     84/2-84/3        16th century, 2 folders.

     84/4             1880's, includes illustrations.

     84/5             Animals.

     84/6             Babies.

     84/7             Bali.

     84/8             Boys.

     84/9             Castles and Chateaux.

     84/10            Cats and Dogs, includes illustrations.

     85/1-85/2        Children, 2 folders.

     85/3-85/6        Costumes,

     85/3                  Peasant costumes of Europe, includes illustrations and
                           text (possibly intended as a book).

     85/4-85/6             Historical European costumes, includes clippings, 3
                           folders.

     85/7             Dance.

     85/8             England.

     85/9             Farms.

     85/10-85/11      Historical, 2 folders.

     85/12            Holland.

     85/13            Houses.

     86/1             Interiors.

     86/2             Landscapes.

     86/3             Madonna.

     86/4             Men.

     86/5             Persian Art.

     86/6             People.

     86/7             Ships.

     86/8             Spain.

     86/9             Trees.

     86/10            Women.

     86/11       Materials for an art class.

     86/12       Chicago Printed String Company; correspondence, 1945, sketches,
                 and wrapping paper.



I.  Agents (1941-1973)

     87/1        American Authors and Artists, 1945-1947, 12 items.

     87/2-87/3   Cantor, Ruth, 

     87/2             1963-1964, 52 items.

     87/3             1965-1973, 35 items.

     87/4-87/12  McIntosh and Otis,

     87/4             1941-1946, 45 items.

     87/5             1947-1950, 41 items.

     87/6             1951-1954, 58 items.

     87/7             1955-1958, 45 items.

     87/8             1959-1960, 42 items.

     87/9             1961-1963, 36 items.

     87/10            1963-1969, 58 items.

     87/11            1970-1971, n.d., 18 items.

     87/12            "2nd serial rights," 1944-1953, 28 items.

     87/13-88/4  Pearn, Pollinger and Higham, Ltd., 

     87/13            1949-1953, 51 items.

     87/14            1950-1951, 44 items.

     88/1             1952-1953, 35 items.

     88/2             1954-1957, 55 items.

     88/3             1958-1960, 57 items.

     88/4             1961-1971, 48 items.
     
J.  Publishers (1931-1971)

     88/5        Arcadia House, 1943-1945, 11 items.

     88/6        Doubleday, 1957-1964, 42 items.

     88/7        Garrard, 1963-1969, 60 items.

     88/8        Holiday House, 1943, 1946-1947, 1948 16 items.

     88/9        Julian Messner, 1945-1958, 15 items.

     88/10       Little Brown, 1943-1945, 1953-1960, 25 items.

     88/11-88/12 Macmillan,

     88/11            1931-1939, 18 items.

     88/12            1940-1952, 1956, 46 items.

     89/1-89/3   Macrae-Smith,

     89/1             1946-1951, 45 items.

     89/2             1952-1955, 29 items.

     89/3             1956-1959, 59 items.

     89/4-89/5   Miscellaneous,

     89/4             Book publishers, 1945, 1949, 1956-1971, 46 items.

     89/5             Magazine publishers, 1934-1946, 1956, 1965, n.d., 60 items.

     89/6        New Love/Popular Publications, 1944-1948, 20 items.

     89/7-89/8   Rejection notices,

     89/7             1947-1953, 48 items.

     89/8             1954-1955, 45 items.

     89/9        Street and Smith, 1936-1945, 47 items.

     89/10-89/11 Thomas Nelson, 

     89/10            1958-1960, 54 items.

     89/11            1961-1963, 37 items.

     89/12       Toronto Star, 1950-1956.
     

K.  Royalty Statements (1943-1973)

     90/1        Andre Deutsch, 1965-1974.

     90/2        Arcadia House, 1943-1945.

     90/3        Little, Brown, 1952-1973.

     90/4        Macmillan, 1941-1957.

     90/5        Macrae-Smith, 1946-1953.

     90/6        Miscellaneous.      

     90/7        Ward Lock, 1961-1964.


L.  Personal and Biographical (1907-1976)

     91/1        Bibliographies.

     91/2-91/3   Biographical and autobiographical material (also includes some lecture
                 announcements, art exhibit announcements, and other publicity items).

     91/2             1934-1960.

     91/3             1962-1976, n.d.

     91/4        Clippings.

     91/5-95/3   Correspondence with friends and family,

     91/5             Barck, Dorothy, 1957-1963.

     91/6             Bothell, Dorr, 1931-1949.

     91/7             Costerus, Helen, 1946-1961.

     91/8-92/7        Family,

     91/8                  1907-1928.

     91/9-92/1             1930 (3 folders, mostly concerning Cateau's trip to
                           Paris).

     92/2                  1931-1934.

     92/3                  1935-1944.

     92/4                  1945-1947.

     92/5                  1949-1955.

     92/6                  1957-1964, 1972.

     92/7                  Undated.

     92/8             Foley, Bernice, 1949-1956.

     93/1-93/5        Heiser, Alta,

     93/1                  1952-1953.

     93/2                  1954-1955.

     93/3                  1956-1957.

     93/4                  1958-1960.

     93/5                  1961-1966.

     93/6-93/7        Miscellaneous,

     93/6                  1937-1965.

     93/7                  1966-1970.

     94/1-94/4        Newberry, Clare,

     94/1                  1930-1934.

     94/2                  1935-1939.

     94/3                  1945-1957.

     94/4                  1959-1967.

     94/5             Newton, Jim, 1962-1968.

     94/6             Quick, Dorothy, 1946-1954.

     94/7-95/1        Robinson, Margery, 

     94/7                  1941-1948.

     94/8                  1949-1951.

     95/1                  1952-1957.

     95/2             Stowe, Gerald, 1962-1966.

     95/3             Taylor, Stella, 1934.

     95/4        List of names and addresses

     95/5        Miscellaneous, 3 items.

     95/6-95/7   Paris, Cateau's 1930 trip,

     95/6             Budget book, 1 item.

     95/7             Scrapbook (photographs, news clippings, ticket stubs, and
                      other ephemera), 1 item.

     95/8        Photograph of Cateau, 1 item.

     95/9        Report cards of Cateau De Leeuw, 1912-1919, 26 items.

     95/10       Last Will and Testament of Adele De Leeuw, 3 June 1988.


M.  Social and Professional Organizations (1918-1974)

      Church

      96/1-96/2  Correspondence,

      96/1            1942-1945, n.d., 33 items.

      96/2            1946-1950, 21 items.                 

     96/3        Correspondence with E.C. Smith about construction of a
                 screen to be placed in front of the pulpit, 1943-1944.

     96/4-96/7   Stained glass window committee,

     96/4             Correspondence, 1945-1949, n.d.

     96/5             Research material, 8 items.

     96/6             Speech, 2 pp.

                      News release, 2 pp.

     96/7             Sketches of window, 2 items.

                      Photographs of window, 2 items.

     Early American Industries Association

     96/8-97/2   Ephemeral material (maps, event announcements, museum
                 brochures, meeting programs, membership lists).

     96/8             1958.

     96/9             1959-1960.

     96/10            1961-1963.

     96/11            1964.

     96/12            1965-1972.

     97/1-97/2        Undated.

     97/3        The Hagley Museum: A Chronicle of America's Industrial
                 Heritage (Eleutherian Mills-Hagley Foundation, 1963).

     97/4-97/6   Membership and new member directories.

     97/4             1957.

     97/5             1965-1968.

     97/6             1970.

     The Listentome Club

     97/7-97/8   Correspondence and announcements, 

     97/7             1949-1962.

     97/8             1963-1964, n.d.

     98/1-98/2   Poems, essays and skits written for "The Listentome Club,"

     98/1             Poems.

     98/2             Essays and skits.

     The Pen and Brush


     98/3        Correspondence, 1934-1967, n.d.

     98/4        Clippings from the Pen and Brush newsletter.

     98/5        Membership rosters, 1951-52, 1961-62, 1964-65 and 1965-66, 4
                 items.

     Plainfield Art Association

     98/6        Announcements, brochures and ephemera, 1937-1968 (scattered).

     98/7        Constitution and by-laws, 1948, 1955, n.d.

     98/8        Correspondence, 1937, n.d.

     98/9        Newsletters, 1969-1974, n.d.

                 Year Book, 1970-71.

     Plainfield High School

     99/1-99/3   The Oracle (the Plainfield High School literary magazine),
                 1918-1920, 1931, 13 items.

     99/4        Oracle Year Book, 1919, 1920, 2 items.
     
     99/5-99/6   Reunion material,

     99/5             Correspondence and notes, 1970-1971.

     99/6             Lists of alumni, 5 items.

                      Program, 3 copies.

     Sesame Club

     100/1       Bylaws, 1957, 3 pp.

                 Membership lists, 1964, 1967-1971, 5 items.

     100/2       Essays written for the Sesame Club

     100/3       Miscellanea.

                 Small book of sketches by Cateau.

     100/4-100/5 Yearly programs, 

     100/4            1918-1921, 3 items.

     100/5            1961-1972, 9 items.




Separation List

The following items have been removed to the de Grummond Collection of published works. Calling All Girls, February 1947. Combined Book Exhibit: Learning to Live (n.p.: Thomas McLaughlin, 1951). Jack and Jill, September 1957. Publisher's Catalogues: Julian Messner, Inc., Books For Young People, 1946. Julian Messner, Inc., Books For Young People, Spring 1946. Julian Messner, Inc., A Selected List of Messner Books Approved for Catholic Schools and Libraries, Fall 1955. Macrae-Smith Company, Juvenile Catalog, 1951 Young Wings from the Junior Literary Guild, March 1949. The following items have been transferred to the Kurt Werth Papers (DG 1040): 11 ink illustrations for One Week of Danger. The following items have been discarded or given to other repositories: The Chronicle of the Early American Industries Association, Inc., 1956-1975. Document Transcriptions of The War of 1812 in the Northwest, vol. 1,2,5 (Columbus, OH: Ohio Historical Society, 1957-1958). Museum Echoes July 1958-December 1960 (Columbus, OH: Ohio Historical Society). The Ohio Historical Society Echoes 1962-1975 (Columbus, OH: Ohio Historical Society). Papers on the War of 1812 in the Northwest, no. 1-5 (Columbus, OH: Anthony Wayne Parkway Board, Ohio State Museum, 1959). Pen and Brush newsletter of the Pen and Brush arts society, New York City, January 1934 to February 1967. Shavings: From the Chronicle of the Early American Industries Association, Inc., February 1975 to November 1975.

 

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