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James Broughton papers, Collection 1

James Broughton papers, Collection 1

42 record storage boxes, 2 flat boxes, 45 cubic feet, 11th floor


Arrangement


Correspondence and Manuscripts, 1895-1931

Box 1
Folder -- Contents

  1. 1895, 21 May: Broughton, Irwin, -1919, San Jose, Cal. To [Emilee Broughton]. Reports having a friend also named Irwin. Autograph Letter Signed. 1 p.; 19.8 cm.
  2. 1895, 23 May: Broughton, Irwin, -1919, Sunol Glen, Cal. To Mama [Broughton]. Have begun trip home; asks about family. Autograph Letter Signed. 1 p.; 23 cm.
  3. 1895, 23 May: Broughton, Irwin, -1919, Sunol Glen, Cal. To Mama [Broughton]. Has seen a telescope and a locomotive. Autograph Letter Signed. 1 p.; 28 cm.
  4. 1895, 18 July: Broughton, Irwin, -1919, Modesto, Cal. To Mama [Broughton]. Reports his activities. Autograph Letter Signed. 2 p.; 20.4 cm.
  5. 1895, 19 July: Broughton, Irwin, -1919, Modesto, Cal. To Mama [Broughton]. Mentions his aunt's health; describes his kite. Autograph Letter Signed. 1 p.; 22.7 cm.
  6. 1895, 21 July: Broughton, Irwin, -1919, Modesto, Cal. To Mama [Broughton]. Discusses his kite; was bit by a dog. Autograph Letter Signed. 1 p.; 28 cm.
  7. 1895, 24 July: Broughton, Irwin, -1919, Modesto, Cal. To Mama [Broughton]. Reports seeing a magic lantern; relates adventures of a cat, a dog and some fly-paper. Autograph Letter Signed. 2 p.; 20.2 cm.
  8. 1895, 28 July: Broughton, Irwin, -1919, Modesto, Cal. To Mama [Broughton]. Has enough money for San Francisco round trip; wishes his sister were there. Autograph Letter Signed. 2 p.; 20.2 cm.
  9. 1896, 1 Dec.: Broughton, Irwin, -1919, Modesto, Cal. To Mama and Papa [Broughton]. Received his report card; reports on family. Autograph Letter Signed. 1 p.; 19.8 cm.
  10. 1900, 7 July: Broughton, Irwin, -1919, Glen Alpine Springs, Cal. To Mother [Broughton]. Chronicles vacation activities. Autograph Letter Signed. 1 p.; 21.7 cm.
  11. 1900, 10 July: Broughton, Irwin, -1919, Glen Alpine Springs, Cal. To Esto [Broughton]. Gives "detailed description of the last few days." Autograph Letter Signed. 8 p.; 21.6 cm.
  12. 1901, 15 July: Broughton, Irwin, -1919, Santa Cruz, Cal. To Mother [Broughton]. Writes of family; describes accident. Autograph Letter Signed. 5 p.; 22.8 cm.
  13. 1902, 30 Sept.: [Broughton], Irwin, -1919, Modesto, Cal. To Esto [Broughton]. Begins letter in Latin; writes of family and neighbors. Autograph Letter Signed. 3 p.; 20 cm.
  14. 1903, 29 Sept.: [Broughton], Irwin, -1919, Modesto, Cal. To Mother [Broughton]. Has been taking care of himself in her absence. Autograph Letter Signed. 3 p.; 20.1 cm.
  15. 1905, 5 July: [Broughton], Irwin, -1919, Strawberry, Cal. To Mother [Broughton]. Is camping; hopes to stay longer; asks mail to be forwarded. Autograph Letter Signed. 2 p; 27.9 cm.
  16. 1907, 30 July: [Broughton], Irwin, -1919, Lodi, Cal. To Sister [Broughton]. Chronicles his travels in the field. Autograph Letter Signed. 3 p.; 24.2 cm.
  17. 1908, 2 May: [Broughton], Irwin, -1919, To Sister [Broughton]. Writes on board train en route to Chicago. Autograph Letter Signed. 4 p.; 20.4 cm.
  18. 1908, 8 May: [Broughton], Irwin, -1919, New York City To Mother [Broughton]. Describes stops on "the trip of my life". Autograph Letter Signed 9 p.; 23.8 cm. Four pages of letter missing.
  19. 1908, 21 May: Broughton, Irwin R. -1919, Schenectady, N.Y. Describes campuses he's visited. Autograph Letter Signed. 8 p.; 20.3 cm.
  20. [1908? 7 Sept.]: [Broughton], Irwin, -1919, Tahoe, Cal. To [Esto Broughton]. Will take trip around the lake. Autograph Postcard Signed. 1 p; 8.6 cm.
  21. [1908]: [Broughton, Irwin R], -1919, To [Esto Broughton]. Reports packing in a hurry; hopes to have good time. Autograph Letter Signed. 3 p.; 16.5 cm.
  22. [1908]: Broughton, Irwin R., -1919, To Father [Broughton]. Thanks him for gift; gives addresses at which he can be reached. Autograph Letter Signed. 3 p.; 16.5 cm.
  23. [1908]: [Broughton], Irwin, -1919, To Mother [Broughton]. Looks forward to trip; asks her not to worry. Autograph Letter Signed. 4 p.; 16.5 cm.
  24. 1915, 5 Aug.: [Broughton], Irwin, -1919, Modesto, Cal. To Mother [Broughton]. Asks about family health matters; refers to his son. Autograph Letter Signed. 3 p.; 27.7 cm.
  25. [1916, 2 June]: Broughton, Esto, Santa Barbara, Cal. To Dad [Broughton], Modesto, Cal. Sends him a post card because she wouldn't dare send one to her mother. Autograph Postcard Signed. 1 p.; 8.9 cm.
  26. [1917, 12 June]: [Broughton], Irwin, -1919, San Francisco To Sister [Broughton], Modesto, Cal. Describes his job of publicizing Liberty Bonds; invites her to stay with them in Oakland. Autograph Letter Signed. 7 p.; 16.2 cm.
  27. 1917, 8 Aug.: [Broughton], Irwin, -1919, San Francisco To Sister [Broughton], Modesto, Cal. Asks about family; reports both sons have whooping cough; details his job at the bank. Autograph Letter Signed. 3 p.; 21.3 cm.
  28. 1919, 13 Jan.: Stephens, W[illiam], D[ennison], 1859-1944, Sacramento, Cal. To Miss [Esto] Broughton, Sacramento, Cal. Expresses sympathy at death of her brother; thanks her for flowers. Typed Letter Signed. 1 p.; 25.4 cm.
  29. 1919, 14 Jan.: Lynch, James K., San Francisco To Mr. and Mrs. [J.R.] Broughton, Modesto, Cal. Expresses sorrow at the death of their son. Typed Letter Signed. 1 p.; 27.7 cm.
  30. [1919]: [Wood], Olga [Jungbluth Broughton], To Mother [Broughton]. Reports Jimmy must have his tonsils out; thanks her for taking care of him; misses her husband. Autograph Letter Signed. 7 p.; 19.7 cm.
  31. [1920, 31 Dec.]: [Broughton], Jimmie, 1913- Yosemite To Grandma [Broughton], Modesto, Cal. Is enjoying snow. Autograph. Postcard Signed. 1 p.; 8.7 cm.
  32. [1921, 23 June]: [Broughton], Jimmie, 1913- Wawona, Cal. To Grandma [Broughton], Modesto, Cal. Has been swimming and playing golf. Autograph Postcard Signed. 1 p.; 8.6 cm.
  33. [1921, June]: [Wood], Olga, -1939, Wawona, Cal. To Grandma [Broughton], Modesto, Cal. Reports the family is enjoying vacation. Autograph Postcard Signed. 1 p.; 8.7 cm.
  34. [1921, 27 Dec.]: [Broughton], Jimmie, 1913- Yosemite To Esto [Broughton], Modesto, Cal. Writes before going to the movies. Autograph Postcard Signed. 1 p.; 8.7 cm.
  35. [1921, 29 _ ]: [Broughton], Jimmie, 1913- , Yosemite To Grandma [Broughton], Modesto, Cal. Reports making a snowman and taking a hike. Autograph Postcard Signed. 1 p.; 8.6 cm.
  36. [1922, 19 June]: [Broughton], Buddy, Wawona, Cal. To Esto [Broughton], Modesto, Cal. Asks how she feels. Autograph Postcard Signed. 1 p.; 8.6 cm.
  37. [1922, 19 June]: [Broughton], Wawona, Cal. To Grandma [Broughton], Modesto, Cal. Reports he's going to go swimming. Autograph Postcard Signed. 1 p.; 8.6 cm.
  38. [1924, 3 Oct.]: [Wood], Olga [Jungbluth Broughton], Amalfi To Grandma [Broughton], Modesto, Cal. Chronicles Italian travels. Autograph Postcard. Signed. 1 p.; 8.9 cm.
  39. [1925, 25 June]: [Broughton], Jim, 1913- Wawona, Cal. To Esto [Broughton], Modesto, Cal. Invites her to join them. Autograph Postcard Signed. 1 p.; 8.7 cm.
  40. [1925, 26 June]: [Broughton], Jim, 1913- , Wawona, Cal. To Grandma [Broughton], Modesto, Cal. Discusses weather. Autograph Postcard Signed. 1 p.; 8.7 cm.
  41. 1926-31: Broughton, James Richard, 1913- Autograph book. Autograph Manuscript. 57 leaves; 10.5 cm. Bound in blue leather, stamped in gold and blind; white endpapers. Includes autographs of James Walker Benet, Nicholas Broughton and Olga Jungbluth Broughton Wood.
  42. [1927, 16 April]: [Broughton], Jimmie, San Rafael, Cal. To Grandma [Emilee Broughton], Modesto, Cal. Thanks her for card; is going to the show in San Francisco; hopes to get summer job in Sacramento. Typed Letter. 1 p.; 17.6 cm.
  43. [ca. 1929]: [Broughton, James Richard, 1913- ] The curse of sin. Autograph Play. 8 p.; 31.5 cm.
  44. 1930, Oct.: [Broughton, James Richard, 1913- ] "Litany." Typed Poem(carbon) 2 p.; 27.8 cm. Accompanied by another copy.
  45. [1930]: Broughton, James, 1913- "The astronomy of Milton." Autograph Essay Signed. 2 leaves; 28 cm. With instructor's comments.
  46. [1930]: Broughton, James, 1913- "Counterpoint." Autograph Mss. Signed. 1 leaf; 28 cm. With instructor's comments.
  47. [1930]: Broughton, James, 1913- "The crucial hour." Typed Story Signed. 7 leaf; 27.8 cm. Paper for English IV with instructor's comments.
  48. [1930]: Broughton, James, 1913- "Death in the theater." Autograph Essay Signed. 2 leaves; 28 cm. With instructor's comments.
  49. [1930]: Broughton, James, 1913- "Fire through the fog." Autograph Story Signed. 2 p.; 28 cm.
  50. [1930]: Broughton, James, 1913- "The flower shop." Autograph Manuscript Signed. 1 leaf; 28 cm. Paper for English IV.
  51. [1930]: Broughton, James, 1913- "The garden of Proserpine." Autograph Manuscript Signed. 1 p.; 28 cm. With instructor's comments.
  52. [1930]: Broughton, James, 1913- "The hall of destiny." Typed Essay. 7 leaves; 27.8 cm. With instructor's comments.
  53. [1930]: Broughton, James, 1913- "An Italian garden." Autograph. Manuscript Signed. 1 leaf; 28 cm. Paper for English IV.
  54. [1930]: Broughton, James, 1913- "A Jew and a prince." Autograph Essay Signed. 6 p.; 28 cm. With intructor's comments.
  55. [1930]: Broughton, James, 1913- "The mendacity of Ophelia." Typed Essay Signed. 5 leaves; 27.8 cm. With intructor's comments.
  56. [1930]: Broughton, James, 1913- "Menlo nocturne." Typed Manuscript. 1 p.; 28 cm. With instructor's comments
  57. [1930]: Broughton, James, 1913- "The moment of weakness." Typed Essay Signed. 6 leaves; 28 cm. Paper for English IV with instructor's comments.
  58. [1930]: Broughton, James, 1913- "Moon over pines." Autograph Manuscript Signed. 1 p.; 28 cm. With instructor's comments.
  59. [1930]: Broughton, James, 1913- "Names." Autograph Essay Signed. 4 p.; 28 cm. With instructor's comments.
  60. [1930]: Broughton, James, 1913- "The ordeal of indecision." Autograph Essay Signed. 5 leaves; 28.1 cm. Paper for English IV with instructor's comments.
  61. [1930]: Broughton, James, 1913- "The survival of the fittest." Autograph Essay Signed. 4 p.;28 cm. With instructor's comments.
  62. [1930]: Broughton, James, 1913- "To what red hell?" Autograph Essay Signed. 5 p.; 28 cm. With instructor's comments.
  63. [1930]: Broughton, James, 1913- "The twilight of the gods." Autograph Essay Signed. 6 leaves; 28.1 cm. Paper for English IV with instructor's comments.
  64. [ca. 1930]: [Broughton, James Richard, 1913- ] Five points to work for. Autograph Manuscript. 8 p.; 25.2 cm. Outline to progress in areas of health, work, society, spirituality and culture.
  65. [ca 1930]: [Broughton, James Richard, 1913- ] Hitherto unpublished incidents of merit in the lives of famous personages. Typed Manuscript. 3 p.; 27.8 cm. "I. A Rainy Day at Fountainebleau".
  66. [ca. 1930]: Broughton, James R[ichard], 1913- "May night." Autograph Poem. 1 p;. 28.1 cm.
  67. [ca. 1930]: [Broughton, James Richard, 1913- ] "Portrait." Typed Poem. 1 p.; 26.4 cm.
  68. [ca. 1930]: [Broughton, James Richard, 1913- ] Renascence. Autograph Poem. 2 p.; 27.9 cm.
  69. [1930-31]: [Broughton, James Richard, 1913- ] "Memorandum book". Autograph Manuscript. 46 leaves; 17 cm. Ideas for stories and poems kept while attending Menlo School.
  70. [1930-31?]: Broughton, James, 1913- Menlo poems. Typed Manuscript. 11p. 27.9 cm.
  71. [1931, Feb.]: Broughton, James, 1913- [Practice letters]. Autograph Manuscript Signed. 8 p.; 28 cm. Class assignment at Menlo School. With instructor's comments.
  72. [1931, May]: [Broughton, James Richard, 1913- ]. "Jazz as American music". Typed Essay. 4 p.; 27.8 cm. "A Prize-winning speech delivered in the Public Speaking Contest at Menlo School".
  73. 1931, 12 June: [Broughton], Jimmie, 1913- , Dutch Flat, Cal. To Mother [Wood]. Informs her he hasn't made it to Nevada yet. Autograph Letter Signed. 1 p.; 27.8 cm.
  74. [1931], 13 June: [Broughton], Jimmie, 1913- , Wadsworth, Nev. To Mother [Wood]. Comments on his travels; reports breaking his watch. Autograph Letter Signed. 3 p.; 27.9 cm.
  75. 1931, 15 June: [Broughton], Jimmie, 1913- Salt Lake City To Mother [Wood]. Has enjoyed the trip; finds Esto "a jolly traveling companion". Autograph Letter Signed. 4 p.; 21.4 cm.
  76. [1931], 16 June: [Broughton], Jimmie, 1913- , Pocatello, Idaho To [Mrs. W.H. Wood], San Francisco. Reports wind storm has slowed their progress. Autograph Postcard Signed. 1 p.; 9 cm.
  77. [1931], 17 June: [Broughton], Jimmie, 1913- , Yellowstone Park To Dad [Wood], San Francisco. Reports the park is "one of the most marvelous places I have ever been to". Autograph Postcard Signed. 1 p.; 9 cm.
  78. [1931], 18 June: [Broughton], Esto, Yellowstone Park To [Mrs. W.H. Wood], San Francisco. Comments on upper Falls. Autograph Postcard Signed. 1 p.; 8.9 cm.
  79. [1931], 18 June: [Broughton], Jimmie, 1913- , Yellowstone Park To [Mrs. W.H. Wood], San Francisco. Describes wild life. Autograph Postcard Signed. 1 p.; 9 cm.
  80. 1931, 18 June : [Broughton], Jimmie, 1913- , Yellowstone Park To Mother [Wood], Describes the park; reports a bear got into the car while Esto was still in it. Autograph Letter Signed 3 p.; 24.1 cm.
  81. [1931], 20 June: [Broughton], Jimmie, 1913- , Cheyenne, Wyoming To Mother [Wood]. Describes the landscape; reports keeping account o all expenditures. Autograph Letter Signed. 5 p.; 23.9 cm.
  82. [1931, 21 June]: [Broughton], Jimmie, 1913- , Cheyenne, Wyoming To Dad [Wood], San Francisco. Reports they are celebrating the completion of 2,000 miles of "bounding". Autograph Postcard Signed. 1 p.; 9 cm.
  83. 1931, 22 June: [Broughton], Jimmie, 1913- , Denver To Mother [Wood]. Reports an evening with Esto's Austrian friend; will linger in Denver. Autograph Letter Signed. 4 p.; 24.1 cm.
  84. 193[1], 23 June: [Broughton], Esto, Denver To Olga [Wood], San Francisco. Feels Jimmy is becoming self-reliant on the trip; gives travel highlights. Typed Letter. 1 p.; 28.1 cm.
  85. 1931, 23 June: [Broughton], Jimmie, 1913- , Denver To Mother [Wood], San Francisco. Developed pictures; has yet to receive watch. Autograph Letter Signed. 2 p.; 24.1 cm.
  86. 1931, 25 June: [Broughton], Jimmie, 1913- , Kansas City To Mother [Wood], San Francisco. Describes landscape; received watch; decides against Detroit. Autograph Letter Signed. 2 p.; 38.2 cm.
  87. [1931], 26 June: [Broughton], Jimmie, 1913- , St. Louis To Mother [Wood], Portland. Expresses regret at death of "Mama"; gives travel plans. Autograph Letter Signed. 4 p.; 23.5 cm.
  88. 1931, 26 June: Campbell, Lawrence S. Menlo Park, Cal. To Jimmy [Broughton]. Describes Colorado; suggests spots to visit in Chicago; reports Broughton's brother is in a class of his. Typed Letter Signed. 2 p.; 27.9 cm.
  89. 1931, 27 June: [Broughton], Jimmie, 1913- , Dwight, Ill. To Mother [Wood], Portland. Stopped in Springfield to see "Lincoln relics"; complains about the humidity; still has money. Autograph Letter Signed. 4 p.; 23.5 cm.
  90. 1931, 28 June: [Broughton], Jimmie, 1913- , Chicago To Mother [Wood], Portland. Finds Chicago "very thrilling"; enjoyed getting her letter. Autograph Letter Signed. 24 cm.
  91. 1931, 30 June: [Broughton], Jim, 1913- , Belleuve, Ohio To Dad [Wood], Portland. Chronicles his two days in Chicago; expresses his sympathy at death of Wood's mother. Autograph Letter Signed. 4 p.; 24.1 cm.
  92. 1931, 30 June: [Broughton], Jimmie, 1913- , Bellevue, Ohio To Mother [Wood], Portland. Decided against going to Detroit; is tired. Autograph Letter Signed. 3 p.; 24.1 cm.
  93. [1931], 1 July: [Broughton], Esto, Niagara Falls To [Mrs. W.H. Wood], Portland, Ore. Reports they're "having glorious time". Autograph Postcard Signed. 1 p.; 8.9 cm.
  94. 1931, 1 July: [Broughton], Jimmie, 1913- , Niagara Falls, N.Y. To [Mrs. W.H. Wood], Portland. Reports he and Esto are "fine" and Niagara "great". Cable. 1 p.; 16.8 cm.
  95. 1931, 2 July: [Wessinger], Henry, Portlant To [Mrs. W.H. Wood], Aberdeen, Wash. Transfers message from Jimmie's wire. Telegram. 1 p.; 16.5 cm.
  96. 1931, 3 July: [Broughton], Jimmie, 1913- Oakmont, Pa. To Mother [Wood], Portland. Enjoys staying in a home; liked Niagara Falls. Autograph Letter Signed. 3 p.; 24.1 cm.
  97. 1931, 5 July: [Broughton], Jimmie, 1913- , Oakmont, Pa. To Mother [Wood]. Describes 4th of July party; calls the trip "a grand success". Autograph Letter Signed. 4 p.; 17.2 cm.
  98. 1931, 6 July: [Broughton], Jimmie, 1913- , Pittsburgh To Mother [Wood], San Francisco. Writes note while waiting for lunch at Hotel Schenley. Autograph Letter Signed. 3 p.; 16.4 cm.
  99. [1931], 7 July: [Broughton], Esto, Pittsburgh To Billy [Wood], San Francisco. Expresses sympathy at his mother's death; describes their activities on the Fourth. Autograph Letter Signed. 3 p.; 16.3 cm.
  100. [1931], 8 July: [Broughton], Jimmie, 1913- , Washington, D.C. To Mother [Wood], San Francisco. Staying at Helen Nicholay's apartment; thanks her for sending money. Autograph Letter Signed. 8 p.; 16.6 cm.
  101. 1931, 9 July: [Broughton], Esto, -1956, and [Broughton], Jimmie, 1913, Washington, D.C. To [Mrs. W.H. Wood], San Francisco. Reports arrival and condition. Cable. 1 p.; 16.2 cm.
  102. [1931, 9 July]: [Broughton], Jim, 1913- , Washington, D.C. To [W.H.Wood], San Francisco. Inquires about his northern trip. Autograph Postcard Signed. 1 p.; 8.9 cm.
  103. 1931, 9 July: [Broughton], Jim, 1913- , Washington, D.C. To Mother [Wood], San Francisco. Chronicles activities; reports his money is "holding out"; gives travel plans. Autograph Letter Signed. 2 p.; 26.7 cm.
  104. 1931, 10 July: [Broughton], Jimmie, 1913- , Washington, D.C. To Mother [Wood], San Francisco. Can't take pictures because of rain. Autograph Postcard Signed. 1 p.; 8.8 cm.
  105. [1931, 11 July]: [Broughton], Jim, 1913- , Washington, D.C. to [J.R. Broughton], Modesto, Cal. Is having a good time. Autograph Postcard Signed. 1 p.; 8.9 cm.
  106. 1931, 11 July: [Broughton], Jim, 1913- ,Washington, D.C. To Mother [Wood], San Francisco. Comments on Mt. Vernon and Lincoln Memorial; relays travel plans. Autograph Letter Signed. 4 p.; 26.7 cm.
  107. [1931], 12 July: [Broughton], Jim, 1913- , Washington, D.C. To Dad [Wood], San Francisco. Hopes he's been enjoying the photographs. Autograph Letter Signed. 1 p.; 26.7 cm.
  108. 1931, 12 July: [Broughton], Jim, 1913- , Washington, D.C. To Mother [Wood], San Francisco. Accepted invitation for cruise from Baltimore to Newport News. Autograph Letter Signed. 2 p.; 26.7 cm.
  109. 1931, 14 July: [Broughton, Jim, 1913- , Baltimore. To [Mrs. W.H. Wood], San Francisco. Sends a note before boarding for three-day cruise. Autograph Postcard Signed. 1 p.; 9 cm.
  110. 1931, 17 July: [Broughton], Jimmie, 1913- , On Chesapeake Bay. To Mother [Wood], San Francisco. Describes the Sea King and the cruise. Autograph Letter Signed. 6 p.; 14.5 cm.
  111. [1931, 18 July]: [Broughton], Jim, 1913- , Mountclair, N.J. To Mother [Wood]. Notifies her of their arrival; promises to write after returning from New York City. Autograph Letter Signed. 2 p.; 16.7 cm.
  112. [1931], 18 July: [Broughton], Jimmie, 1913- , Montclair, J.J. To Mother and Dad [Wood], San Francisco. Enthuses over New York City; see "The Green Pastures". Autograph Letter Signed. 8 p.; 16.7 cm.
  113. 1931, 23 July: [Broughton], Jim, 1913- , Holderness, N.H. To Mother [Wood], San Francisco. Describes journey through New England; saw "June and the Paycock" at Stockbridge; staying with Helen Nicholay who is reading proofs of her Washington biography. Autograph Letter Signed. 12 p.; 17.8 cm.
  114. 1931, 25 July: [Broughton, James Richard, 1913- ], Holderness, N.H. To Mother [Wood], San Francisco. Reflects on Helen Nicholay; reports Esto wants to rewrite her play; discusses the trip's expenses. Autograph Letter Signed. 11 p.; 17.8 cm. Accompanied by "a page from 'The Book of Daily Sums'."
  115. 1931, 29 July: [Broughton], Jim, 1913- , Holderness, N.H. To Dad [Wood], San Francisco. Hasn't written any stories because he's "full of Poetry"; has been going to tea parties; is chauffeured places. Typed Letter Signed. 2 p.; 27.9 cm. Accompanied by 3 p. of Esto Broughton's financial calculations.
  116. 1931, 3 Aug.: [Broughton], Jim, 1913- , Holderness, N.H. To Mother [Wood], San Francisco. Considers taking bus back home; plans on going to New York City. Autograph Letter Signed. 4 p.; 17.8 cm.
  117. 1931, 8 Aug. [Broughton], Jimmie, 1913- , Holderness, N.H. To Mother [Wood], San Francisco. Hopes to book passage for trip home; thanks them for financing return. Autograph Letter Signed. 7 p.; 17.6 cm.
  118. [1931, 14 Aug.]: [Broughton], Jim, 1913- , Plymouth, Mass. To [Mr. & Mrs. W.H. Wood], San Francisco. Hopes to travel to Provincetown. Autograph Postcard Signed. 1 p.; 9 cm.
  119. 1931, 15 Aug.: [Broughton], Jimmie, 1913- , Stanford, Conn. To Mother [Wood], San Francisco. Chronicles historic places visited; sees trip as "a wonderful history lesson". Autograph Letter Signed. 7 p.; 21.6 cm.
  120. 1931, 20 Aug.: [Broughton], Jim, 1913- , New York City. To Budd [Broughton], Camel-by-the-Sea, Cal. Wishes he could have accompanied him throughout New England; describes peregrination in New York. Autograph Letter Signed. 6 p.; 24.2 cm.
  121. 1931, 24 Aug.: [Broughton], Jim, 1913- , On board S.S. Virginia To [Mr. & Mrs. Wood]. Enjoys being at sea; thanks them for trip; describes passengers. Autograph Letter Signed. 7 p.; 20.3 cm.
  122. 1931, 27 Aug.: [Broughton], Jimmie, 1913- , On board S.S. Virginia To Mother [Wood], Carmel, Cal. Anticipates passing through Panama Canal; describes Cuba; will play "Rhapsody in Blue" at ship's concert. Autograph Letter Signed. 4 p.; 20.3 cm.
  123. [1931?] 14 Sept. Russell, Carolotta To Mrs. [Mabel] Castle Sends thanks for sending book to Little Joyce; regrets not being home when she visited. Autograph Letter Signed. 1 p.; 25.7 cm.
  124. 1931, 12 Oct.: [Broughton], Esto To Jim [Broughton]. Comments on his sociability; was disappointed by "He"; recalls her days as a journalist in San Francisco. Typed Letter. 2 p.; 28 cm.
  125. 1931, 14 Oct.: [Broughton], Esto To Jimmy [Broughton]. Sympathizes with his loneliness; has confidence in his artistic leanings; suggests he take up a sport; gives her recent love problems as an example; comments on Helen Nicole's life. Typed Letter. 3 p.; 28 cm.
  126. 1931, 16 Oct.: [Nicolay], Helen, 1866-1954, Washington, D.C. To Jimmie [Broughton]. Compares east coast and west; hopes his aunt succeeds as a playwright; likes the look of her George Washington biography; must begin Thomas Jefferson book. Autograph Letter Signed. 2 p.; 24 cm.
  127. 1931, 23 Oct. : [Broughton], Esto To Jim [Broughton]. Chronicles her social life; is working on her play and helping ghost a fighter's autobiography. Typed Letter. 2 p.; 28 cm.
  128. 1931, 2 Nov.: [Berry], Neal To Jim [Broughton]. Met Helen Gahagan and Frances Starr; hopes their relationship improves; invites him to visit. Typed Letter Signed. 2 p.; 27.9 cm.
  129. 1931, 2 Nov.: [Broughton], Esto, Washington, D.C. To Jimmy [Broughton]. Describes trip, Halloween party with Helen Nicolay, and tour of Folger Library. Typed Letter. 2 p.; 26.7 cm.
  130. 1931, 4 Nov.: [Berry], Neal To Jim [Broughton]. Thanks him for the poems; suggests going to the movies
  131. [1931, Nov.]: [Broughton], Jim, 1913- , To Mother [Wood]. Assures her of his love and respect; has been under a strain; feels they will never "open our hearts to one another"; attempts to interpret her check. Autograph Letter Signed. 2 p.; 27.9 cm
  132. [1931, Nov.]: [Wood], Mother To [James Broughton]. Doesn't understand his cynicism; was upset by his letters; has sacrificed for him; will buy his Christmas gifts for him. Autograph Letter Signed. 2 p.; 25.1 cm.
  133. 1931, 2 Dec.: [Broughton], Esto To Jim [Broughton]. Has purchased a painting and a fur coat; outlines social plans. Typed Letter Signed. 1 p.; 28 cm.
  134. 1931, 3 Dec.: [Broughton], Esto To Jim [Broughton]. Reflects on family events; hasn't heard from his mother; wants to return to California. Typed Letter. 2 p.; 28 cm.
  135. 1931, 7 Dec.: [Broughton], Esto To Jimmy [Broughton]. Feels he creates his own troubles; suggests help. Typed Letter. 1 p.; 27.8 cm.
  136. 1931, 8 Dec.: [Broughton], Esto To Jim [Broughton]. Traces his problems back to his childhood; thinks he's acting childish. Typed Letter Signed. 2 p.; 28 cm.
  137. 1931, 10 Dec.: [Broughton], Esto To Jimmy [Broughton]. Believes faith will eventually pull him out of his depression. Typed Letter. 1 p.; 28 cm.
  138. 1931, 13 Dec.: [Broughton], Esto, New York City To Jim [Broughton]. Is convinced "we make the atmosphere in which we live"; will spend Christmas with Helen Nicolay. Autograph Letter Signed. 4 p.; 21.6 cm.
  139. 1931, 17 Dec.: [Broughton], Esto To Jimmy [Broughton]. Has much to do before returning to California. Typed Letter. 2 p.; 27.8 cm.
  140. 1931, 18 Dec.: [Broughton], Esto To Jimmy [Broughton]. Is sensitive about her "crippled condition"; tells what gifts she's purchased; fears financial failure. Typed Letter Signed. 2 p.; 28 cm.
  141. 1931, 22 Dec.: [Broughton], Esto To Jimmy [Broughton]. Thanks him for gifts; would like to build a studio at Carmel; thinks he is "getting a grip on life," Typed Letter Signed. 2 p.; 28 cm.
  142. 1931, 25 Dec.: [Nicolay], Helen, 1886-1954. Thanks him for helping make this Christmas card. Autograph Card Signed. 1 p.; 11.8 cm.
  143. [1931, Dec.]: [Campion], Joyce, Fairfax, Cal. To Jim [Broughton]. Discusses life and suffering. Autograph Letter Signed. 3 p.; 10.6 cm.
  144. [1931, Dec.]: Devert, Frederic, San Francisco. To Jimmie [Broughton]. Plans to re-enter art school; would like to get together over the holidays. Autograph Letter Signed. 3 p.; 17 cm.
  145. [1931, Dec.]: [Wood], Mother To Jim [Broughton]. Describes "mother love"; wishes he would confide in her; hopes for understanding between them. Autograph Letter Signed. 7 p.; 19 cm.

Correspondence and Manuscripts, 1931-1935, Aug.

Box 2
Folder -- Contents

  1. [1931]: Broughton, James, 1913- "Afternoon of a princes". Typed Story. 2 p.; 27.8 cm. With instructor's comments.
  2. [1931]: Broughton, James, 1913- Alcestis as it happily wasn't.Typed Play. 3 p.; 27.9 m.
  3. [1931]: Broughton, James, 1913- "Bright star!" Autograph Manuscript Signed. 1 p.; 28cm. With instructor's comments.
  4. [1931]: Broughton, James, 1913- "Dark April." Typed Story. 4 p.; 27.9 cm. With instructor's comments.
  5. [ca. 1931]: [Broughton, James Richard, 1913- ] "The divinity of hell." Typed Story. 14 p.; 27.9 cm.
  6. [1931]: Broughton, James, 1913- "Ebony, mice, and opals." Autograph Essay Signed. 5 p.; 28 cm. With instructor's comments.
  7. [1931]: Broughton, James, 1913- "Harmonious bedfellows." Autograph Essay Signed. 3 p.; 27.8 cm. With instructor's comments.
  8. [1931]: Broughton, James, 1913- "Heroine of twilight." Autograph Mss. Signed. 6 p.; 28 cm. With instructor's comments.
  9. [1931]: Broughton, James, 1913- "Imagism and the imagists." Typed Essay. 35 p.; 27.8 cm.
  10. 1931: [Broughton, James Richard, 1913- ] The immortal enchantment. Autograph Play. 18 p.; 26.8 cm.
  11. [1931]: Broughton, James, 1913- "Is America a satire?" Typed Essay. 4 p.; 27.8 cm. With instructor's comments.
  12. [1931]: Broughton, James, 1913- "Isolde entertains." Typed Story. 4 leaves; 27.8 cm. With instructor's comments.
  13. [1931]: Broughton, James, 1913- "Leo Delibes." Autograph Essay Signed. 5 p.; 28 cm. With instructor's comments.
  14. [ca. 1931]: Broughton, James R[ichard], 1913- "Lines on reading a new novel by that intrepid interpreter of history, John Erskine." Typescript Poem. 1 p.; 28 cm.
  15. [1931]: Broughton, James, 1913- "Matin de Village." Autograph Manuscript Signed. 1 p.; 27.8 cm. With instructor's comments.
  16. [ca. 1931]: Broughton, James Richard, 1913- Matinee. Typescript Play. 10 p.; 28 cm.
  17. [ca. 1931]: [Broughton, James Richard, 1913- ] "My impressions of George Moore." Typescript Essay. 8 p.; 28 cm. "Delivered in verbal form before the Menlo Cosmos Club." Accompanied by Typescript Poem "On First Reading George Moore".
  18. [1931]: Broughton, James, 1913- "Night. " Typescript Story. 4 p.; 27.8 cm. With instructor's comments.
  19. [ca. 1931]: [Broughton, James Richard, 1913- ] Night club life. Autograph Play. 4 p.; 26.7 cm.
  20. [1931]: Broughton, James, 1913- "The novel today." Autograph Essay Signed. 4 p.; 28 cm. With instructor's comments.
  21. [ca. 1931]: [Broughton, James Richard, 1913- ] "The pillar of fog." Autograph Story. 8 p.; 26.8 cm.
  22. [ca. 1931]: [Broughton, James Richard, 1913- ] The Sire de Maletroit's door. Typescript Play. 14 p.; 33 cm. "A play in one act."
  23. 1931: Broughton, James Richard, 1913- ] "This curiosity." Typescript Essay. 3 p.; 27.8 cm.
  24. [ca. 1931]: [Broughton, James, 1913- ] Vera Manning.Autograph Novel. 15 p.; 31.5 cm "Book I: Morning Star, Chapter I" and notes.
  25. [Autumn 1931]: [Broughton, James, 1913- ] "Yellow." Typescript Story. 5 p.; 28 cm.
  26. 1932, 6 Jan.: [Broughton], Esto To Jimmy [Broughton]. Would like a studio like Helen Nicolay's; feels by controlling one's thoughts one controls one's life; mentions friends and family. Typed Letter. 2 p.; 27.8 cm.
  27. 1932, 6 Jan.: [Kent], Peggy, San Francisco To Jaimie [Broughton]. Is upset she couldn't send him a gift. Autograph Letter Signed. 4 p.; 19 cm.
  28. [1932], 7 Jan.: Broughton, James R[ichard], 1913- "Chapter I." Typescript Story Signed. 2 p.; 28 cm. Paper for English 2a, Stanford University. With instructor's comments.
  29. 1932, 8 Jan.: [Broughton], Esto, New York City To Jimmy [Broughton]. Reflects on aging; considers buying property near his mother; comments on plays. Typed Letter Signed. 2 p.; 28.1 cm.
  30. [1932], 10 Jan.: [Broughton], Esto, New York City To Jim [Broughton]. Thanks him for birthday telegram; uncertain about western trip; mentions plays she's seen. Autograph Letter Signed. 6 p.; 21.6 cm.
  31. 1932, 12 Jan.: Amex, Frank H., San Francisco To James [Broughton], Palo Alto, Cal. Wants him to visit. Typed Letter Signed. 1 p.; 27.7 cm.
  32. 1932, 12 Jan.: Broughton, James R[ichard], 1913- ] "Ebony plume." Typescript Story Signed. 7 p.; 28 cm. Paper for English 2a, Stanford University.
  33. 1932, 14 Jan.: [Broughton], Esto, New York City To Jimmy [Broughton]. Thanks him for candy; enjoys Manhattan more; would buy new car if she didn't want a studio. Typed Letter 1 p.; 28.1 cm.
  34. [1932], 16 Jan.: [Broughton], Esto, New York City To Jimmy [Broughton]. Plans to leave soon for the west; is trying to finish play; repeats theory of being as you think; describes apartment; asks if she can use his mailing address. Typed Letter. 3 p.; 21.6 cm
  35. 1932, 19 Jan.: Broughton, James R[ichard]. 1913- "The young in heart." Typescript Story Signed. 10 p.; 28 cm. Paper for English 2a, Stanford University. With instructor's comments.
  36. [1932, 25 Jan.]: [Campion], Joyce, Farfax, Cal. To Jim [Broughton], Stanford, Cal. Sends list of quotations. Autograph Letter Signed. 1 p.; 18.9 cm.
  37. 1932, 27 Jan.: [Broughton], Es[to] To Jim [Broughton]. Refers to time in New York as "a period of interior adjustment; describes trips to Washington and Philadelphia. Typed Letter. 1 p.; 28.l cm
  38. 1932, 2 Feb.: [Broughton], Esto To Jimmy [Broughton]. Prepares for return home; assesses New York experience; met Fannie Hurst. Typed Letter 1 p.; 28.1 cm.
  39. [1932], 7 Feb.: [Broughton], Esto on board S.S. Virginia To Jim [Broughton]. Details final hours in New York and boarding ship; thanks him for telegram; left play with company. Autograph Letter Signed. 8 p.; 20.3 cm.
  40. [1932], 11 Feb.: [Broughton], Esto, on board S.S. Virginia To Jim [Broughton]. Is anxious to get home; enjoys being ship board; discusses her change of personality; reports having seen about 30 plays. Typed Letter. 3 p.; 20.3 cm.
  41. 1932, 1 Mar.: Broughton, James R[ichard], 1913- "Mr. Fothergill's plot." Typescript Story Signed. 19 p.; 27.9c m. With instructor's comments.
  42. 1932, 10 Mar.: Broughton, James R[ichard], 1913- "Thomas Hardy's cruelty." Typescript Essay Signed. 10 p.; 27.9 cm.
  43. 1932, 14 April: Broughton, James R[ichard], 1913- ["The art of the dance."] Typescript Essay Signed 3 p.; 27.9 cm. Paper for English 2b, Stanford University. With instructor's comments.
  44. [1932], 21 April: Broughton, James R[ichard], 1913- Au crepuscule du soir. Typescript Story Signed. 4 p.; 27.9 cm. With instructor's comments.
  45. 1932, 9 May: [Nicolay, Helen, 1866-1954, Washington, D.C. To Jimmie [Broughton]. Describes spring; asks if he's been to Carlyle house; plans on attending the Bach festival; still working on Jefferson biography. Autograph Letter Signed. 4 p.; 26.5 cm.
  46. 1932, 9 May: Williams, Edwin Everitt, 1913- , Stanford, Cal. To Mr. [James] Broughton. Accepts four pieces for the English Club Yearbook. Typed Letter Signed. 1 p.; 27.9 cm.
  47. [1932?]: [Beardsley], Charles To Jimmy [Broughton]. Expresses disappointment in visit by mutual friends; philosophizes about life; wants to see him. Typed Letter Signed. 3 p.; 27.8 cm.
  48. [1932]: Broughton, James R[ichard]. 1913- "Well, they shot Lincoln." Typed Story Signed. 5 p.; 27.9 cm With instructor's comments.
  49. [ca.1932]: Broughton, James R[ichard], 1913- Adolescence.Typed Autograph Play. 163 leaves; 27.8 cm. "A drama in three acts."
  50. [ca. 1932]: [Broughton, James Richard, 1913- ] "The tulip." Typed Story. 35 p.; 27.9 cm.
  51. 1933: Broughton, James, 1913- "Coals." Typed Story. 11 p.; 28 cm. Accompanied by 3 p. of rejection notices.
  52. [1933?]: [Broughton, James Richard, 1913- ] "Where all moons have passed." Typed Manuscript (carbon). 2 p.; 27.8 cm.
  53. [ca. 1933]: Broughton, James Richard, 1913- "Stanford poems." Typed Manuscript. 43 leaves; 22.9 cm. Texts of 49 poems.
  54. 1933-35: [Broughton, James Richard, 1913- ] "Contrapuntal." Typed Manuscript. 133 p.; 28.1 cm. Mixture of fiction and autobiographical notes.
  55. 1931-1967: [Broughton, James Richard, 1913- ] Misc. unidentified correspondence. Letters. 2 Postcards, 18 p.; 27 cm.
  56. [1934, 18 Sept.]: [Maxwell], Helene, West Hartford, Conn. To Jim [Broughton]. Uses Thomas Mann's observation of time to explain her laxity in writing; is uncertain where she'll study; has been rereading Jane Austen and Jonathan Swift; gives thesis of her late paper. Autograph Letter Signed. 6 p.; 13.9 cm.
  57. 1934, 20 Sept.: [Broughton], Esto, Hollywood, Cal. To Jim [Broughton], Carmel, Cal. Visited a friend; started a play for Anna Sten; misses him. Autograph Letter Signed. 7 p .; 21.7 cm.
  58. [1934], 21 Sept.: [Zimansky], Curt, New York City To Jimmy [Broughton], Palo Alto, Cal. Describes New York; mentions mutual friends. Typed Letter Signed. 2 p.; 26.4 cm.
  59. [1934], 22 Sept.: [Broughton], Esto, Hollywood, Cal. To Jim [Broughton], Palo Alto, Cal. Has been meditating; presents her agent's opinion of "Alley Cat"; has been writing vehicle for Anna Sten; continues 'affirmative contemplation'. Typed Letter. 5 p.; 17.2 m.
  60. 1934, 26 Sept.: [Broughton], Esto, Hollywood, Cal. To Jim [Broughton], Palo Alto, Cal. Misses him but doesn't want them to cling to each other; suggests he eliminate friction with his mother; has yet to hear from the studios about "Alley Cat"; believes Christian Science teachings will straighten her spine. Typed Letter. 4 p.; 26.8 cm.
  61. [1934, 29 Sept.]: [Broughton], Esto, Hollywood, Cal. To Jim [Broughton], Palo Alto, Cal. Would like to spend time with Nick; suggests studying psychology; reflects on her father; reports "Alley Cat" is at Fox. Typed Letter. 2 p.; 26.8 cm.
  62. [1934, 15 Oct.]: [Broughton], Esto, Hollywood, Cal. To Jim [Broughton], Palo Alto, Cal. Would like to take a long sea trip; visited Margaret Sims; philosophizes about healing. Typed Letter. 2 p.; 21.7 cm.
  63. [1934, 15 Oct.]: [Sandoe], Jim, New York City To James [Broughton], Palo Alto, Cal. Claims he isn't homesick; comments on theater; will try to get more prints. Typed Letter Signed. 2 p.; 27.8 cm.
  64. [1934], 17 [Oct.]: [Maxwell], Helene, Baltimore To Jim [Broughton], Palo Alto, Cal. Hopes he will come to Johns Hopkins; dreams about life after graduate school; had dinner with the Hepburns. Autograph Letter Signed. 5 p.; 24 cm.
  65. 1934, 25 Oct.: [Zimansky], Curt, Princeton, N.J. To Jim [Broughton], Palo Alto, Cal. Discusses life at Princeton; comments on friends. Typed Letter Signed. 2 p.; 27.9 cm.
  66. 1934, 29 Oct.: [Broughton], Emilee, Modesto, Cal. To Jim [Broughton], Palo Alto, Cal. Traces his lost shirt; recalls anecdote about Sidney Smith; has named her canary Bing Crosby Broughton. Autograph Letter Signed. 4 p.; 18.3 cm.
  67. 1934, 30 Oct.: [Broughton], Esto, Hollywood, Cal. To Jim [Broughton], Palo Alto, Cal. Believes one "must be steeped in normalcy to safely deviate"; discusses insanity; contemplates big celebration for her father's birthday; plans a visit home. Typed Letter. 4 p.; 21.7 cm. Accompanied by half of Autograph Letter Signed from [Mrs.] Chesley.
  68. 1934 Oct.-Nov.: Broughton, James R[ichard], 1913- [Notes on mental patients]. Typed Manuscript 10 p.; 28 cm. Observations at Stockton State Hospital and Agnew Clinic.
  69. [1934, 6 Nov.]: [Wood], Mother [Olga], -1939, Aberdeen, Wash. To Jimmie [Broughton], Palo Alto, Cal. Expresses depression because of rain; sends him birthday greetings; is feeling better. Autograph Letter Signed. 4 p.; 26.8 cm.
  70. [1934, 8 Nov.]: [Broughton], Esto, Hollywood, Cal. To Jim [Broughton], Palo Alto, Cal. Passes his letter on to a friend; expresses belief in a miracle woman. Typed Letter. 2 p.; 27.9 cm.
  71. [1934, 14 Nov.]: [Williams], Will To Jim [Broughton]. Thanks him for the gift of happiness; plans to support human dignity; hopes to get a job on the Call-Bulletin; discusses William Saroyan. Autograph Letter Signed. 3 p.; 27.8 cm.
  72. 1934, 20 Nov.: [Williams], Will to Jim [Broughton]. ; Found someone to talk seriously with; tells of plays seen; classification of psychology. Autograph Letter Signed. 3 p.; 27.8 cm.
  73. 1934, 10 Dec.: [Williams], Will, San Francisco To Jim [Broughton]. Anticipates "a wonderful life"; needs his critical judgment; discusses masculinity feels confident. Autograph Letter Signed. 4 p.; 27.9 cm.
  74. 1934, 25 Dec.: [Sandoe], Jim, New York City. To Jimmy [Broughton], Palo Alto, Cal. Thanks him for gift; describes studies; plans to see "With the Gates" a third time. Typed Letter Signed. 2 p.; 25.9 cm.
  75. 1934, 30 Dec.: [Maxwell], Helene, West Hartford, Conn. To Jim [Broughton], Palo Alto, Cal. Is hospitalized; has been "money grubbing" to survive; discusses music; questions the use of graduate study. Autograph Letter Signed. 7 p.; 17.3 cm.
  76. [1934]: Broughton, James, 1913- The adventures of Pearl Woo. Typed Manuscript (carbon) 11 p.; 27.8 cm.
  77. [1934]: [Broughton, James Richard, 1913- ] "The big joke." Typed Story. 17 p.; 28 cm.
  78. [1934]: [Broughton, James Richard, 1913- ] "[A leaf skipping ]" Autograph Story. 3 p.; 21.5 cm.
  79. 1934: [Broughton, James Richard, 1913- ] "[Stanford file], Autograph Manuscript. 28 leaves; 28 cm. Story ideas, lists of works and addresses of magazines bound in folder
  80. [1935], 5 Jan.: [Zimansky], Curt, Princeton, J.J. To Jim [Broughton], Palo Alto, Cal. Mentions visit from Margery Bailey; considers determinism; comments on recent productions. Typed Letter Signed. 1 p.; 26.7 cm.
  81. 1935, 8 Jan.: [Broughton], Esto, Beverly Hills, Cal. To [James Broughton], Palo Alto, Cal. Thanks him for birthday gift; is getting a Studebaker; is working on screenplay. Typed Letter Signed. 2 p.; 17.5 cm.
  82. 1935, 14 Jan.: [Broughton], Emilee, Modesto, Cal. To Jim [Broughton], Palo Alto, Cal. Reports Esto is sailing to Hawaii in search of material for "her movie Writing"; reacts to The Lord's Anointed.Autograph Letter Signed. 2 p.; 17.5 cm.
  83. 1935, 22 Jan.: [Broughton], Esto To Jim [Broughton]. Thanks him for seeing her off; describes voyage; reports most passengers are seasick. Typed Letter Signed. 4 p.; 28 cm.
  84. 1935, 22 Jan. [Broughton], Jim, 1913- , Palo Alto, Cal. To [Esto Broughton], Honolulu. Describes watching her ship pull out; wants to clean up some work before looking for a job. Typed Letter Signed. 3 p.; 17.4 cm.
  85. [1935], 24 Jan.: [Broughton], Esto To Jim [Broughton]. Has been fighting seasickness; is thrilled with the anticipation of a new life. Autograph Letter Signed. 4 p.; 16.9 cm.
  86. [1935], 25 Jan.: [Broughton], Esto, Honolulu To Jim [Broughton], Palo Alto, Cal. Describes arrival and first morning on the island; locates apartment. Autograph Letter Signed. 4 p.; 26.8 cm.
  87. [1935, 25 Jan.]: [Williams], Will To Jim [Broughton]. Feels the expression of spiritual consciousness is the next step beyond psychoanalysis; wants to be an artist; quotes Goeth and Emerson; believes in visualizing "a perfect Ideal"; has been assured his hearing can be restored; has job with Call-Bulletin. Autograph Letter Signed. 5 p.; 27.9 cm.
  88. [1935], 28, 30 Jan.: [Broughton], Esto, Honolulu To Jim [Broughton], Palo Alto, Cal. Feels "the consciousness of creative power"; has moved into an apartment; discusses friends; relates dream; discovers sugar and tourists are the islands' major "crops". Typed Letter. 4 p.; 28 cm.
  89. 1935, 30 Jan.: [Broughton], Jim, 1913- , Palo Alto, Cal. To [Esto Broughton], Honolulu. Reports return of his mother and her reaction to his girlfriend; responds to William Henry Chamberlain's lecture. Typed Letter Signed. 5 p.; 17.5 cm.
  90. 1935, 31 Jan. & 1 Feb.: [Broughton, Esto], Honolulu To Jim [Broughton], Palo Alto, Cal. Hopes to teach journalism at University of Hawaii and also write; mentions friends. Typed Letter. 4 p.; 26.8 cm.
  91. 1935, 5 Feb.: [Broughton], Jim, 1913- , Palo Alto, Cal. To Esto [Broughton], Honolulu. Discusses Hawaii and wonders if he should join her there; has been meditating regularly; contemplates history; dined with his brother. Typed Letter Signed. 7 p.; 17.4 cm.
  92. [1935, 7 Feb.]: [Wood], Mother [Olga], -1939, Aberdeen, Wash. To Jimmie [Broughton], Palo Alto, Cal. Has had good weather; has been socializing. Autograph Letter Signed. 4 p.; 17.4 cm.
  93. 1935, 7 Feb.: [Broughton], Esto, Honolulu To [James Broughton], Palo Alto, Cal. Feels "a firmer inner foundation"; has begun to be social; will begin teaching; senses the nearness of war; has received no work about her screenplay. Typed Letter. 7 p.; 17.5 cm.
  94. 1935, 8 Feb.: [Broughton], Esto, Honolulu To Jim [Broughton], Palo Alto, Cal. Refers him to newsmen; chronicles social activities; correlates her health and positive thinking. Typed Letter. 4p. 17.4 cm.
  95. 1935, 8 Feb.: [Williams], Will, San Francisco To Jim [Broughton]. Feels William Saroyan has "the symptoms of artistry"; believes in religion and science; reports his hearing is improving. Autograph Letter Signed. 2p. 27.9 cm.
  96. 1935, 11, 13 Feb.: [Broughton], Jim, 1913- , To Esto [Broughton]. Won't come to Hawaii until he's convinced "the Islands are not the softness which I dislike"; gives his morning and evening reading; is overdrawn at the bank; feels she chose love over Hollywood. Typed Letter Signed. 4 p.; 17.7 cm.
  97. 1935, 12 Feb.: [Broughton], Esto, Honolulu. To Jim [Broughton], Palo Alto, Cal. Refuses to advise him; lists his fears; will write a column about the legislature; discusses religion; emphasizes faith. Typed Letter. 8 p.; 17.4 cm.
  98. [1935, 13 Feb.]: [Wood], Mother [Olga], -1939, Aberdeen, Wash. To Jim [Broughton], Palo Alto, Cal. Describes social life; reports her husband's arm is bothering him. Autograph Letter Signed. 4 p.; 17.4 cm.
  99. 1935, 19 Feb.: [Broughton], Jim, 1913- , Palo Alto, Cal. To Esto [Broughton], Honolulu. Was advised to try working on a small newspaper; wants to be a reporter while keeping other possibilities open; plans to attend Henry Cowell's lecture. Typed Letter Signed. 5 p.; 28 cm.
  100. [1935, 19 Feb.]: [Wood], Mother [Olga], -1939, Aberdeen, Wash. To Jimmie [Broughton], Palo Alto, Cal. Asks if he's in love; sends check. Autograph Letter Signed. 4 p.; 17.4 cm.
  101. 1935, 21 Feb.: [Adams], Jean, Oakland, Cal. To Jim [Broughton], Palo Alto, Cal. Responds to his letter; will miss him at school. Autograph Letter Signed. 4 p.; 20.4 cm.
  102. [1935, 23 Feb.]: Ownsby, P[aul] Wingfield, Dunsmuir, Cal. To [James Broughton], Palo Alto, Cal. Answers his questions; asks if he's read Baron Corvo. Autograph Letter Signed. 2 p.; 27.8 cm.
  103. 1935, 25 Feb.: [Sandoe], Jim, New York City To Jimmy [Broughton], Palo Alto, Cal. Comments on his recent theater-going; is finishing essay on Shadwell; reviews contemporary critics. Typed Letter Signed. 2 p.; 28.3 cm.
  104. 1935, 26, 28 Feb.: [Broughton], James Richard, 1913- ], Palo Alto, Cal. To [Esto Broughton], Honolulu. Realizes he must make his own decisions; describes job interview at the News; decides against going to Hawaii; has a new appreciation of his brother. Typed Letter. 6 p.; 17.4 cm.
  105. 1935, 1 Mar.: Woollcott, Alexander, 1887-1943, New York City To Mr. [James] Broughton, Palo Alto, California. Sends autograph. Typed Letter Signed. 1 p.; 26.6 cm.
  106. [1935], 1 Mar.: [Zimansky], Curt, Princeton, J.J. To Jim [Broughton], Palo Alto, Cal. Quotes article on sounds. Typed Letter. Signed. 1 p.; 26.7 cm.
  107. 1935, 6 Mar.: Bailey, Margery, 1891- , Palo Alto, Cal. To Jim [Broughton], Palo Alto, Cal. Comments on his leaving Stanford University to work. Typed Letter Signed. 1 p.; 17.5 cm.
  108. 1935, 6 Mar.: [Broughton], 1913- , Palo Alto, Cal. To Esto [Broughton]. Describes his "great unnourished craving for experience"; must complete his college work; mentions family news. Typed Letter Signed. 5 p.; 17.4 cm.
  109. 1935, 10 Mar.: [Broughton], Jim, 1913- , Palo Alto, Cal. To Esto [Broughton], Honolulu. Has been saving her letters for five years; feels his emotions have stabilized; would like to be like Alexander Woollcott; appeared in "Insect Comedy"; reviewed a Browning production. Typed Letter. 2 p.; 28 cm.
  110. [1935, 12 Mar.]: [Wood], Mother [Olga], -1939, Aberdeen, Wash. To Jim [Broughton], Palo Alto, Cal. Reports she and her husband will return soon to San Francisco because of ill health; received copies of his photograph. Autograph Letter Signed. 4 p;. 17.4 cm.
  111. 1935, 19 Mar.: Broughton, J[ames, Richard], Modesto, Cal. To Jim [Broughton], Palo Alto, Cal. Invites his grandson to live with him after school. Autograph Letter Signed. 1 p.; 27.9 cm.
  112. 1935, 22-23 Mar.: [Broughton], Jim, 1913- , Palo Alto, Cal. To Esto [Broughton], Honolulu. Is filled with love for his family; has been job interviewing; commits himself to life and "the movement of America"; suggests she read Dorothea Brand's Becoming a Writer; debates going to Carmel to write. Typed Letter. 8 p.; 28 cm.
  113. [1935], 30 Mar.: [Broughton], Jim, 1919- , Palo Alto, Cal. To Esto [Broughton], Honolulu. May move in with his grandparents in Modesto; visited mutual friends; enjoys her letters. Typed Letter. 10 p.; 17.4 cm.
  114. 1935, 10 April: [Broughton], Jim, 1913- , Kansas City To Mother [Wood], Aberdeen, Wash. Explains why he's run off; wishes to experience life firsthand and write. Autograph Letter Signed. 3 p.; 24.2 cm. Accompanied by Autograph Note Signed from his mother.
  115. 1935, 14 April: [Broughton], Jim, 1913- , Fort Wayne, Ind. To Mother [Wood], Aberdeen, Wash. Chronicles his cross-country hitchhiking and the exhilaration he's feeling. Autograph Letter Signed. 2 p.; 24 cm.
  116. 1935, 16 April: [Broughton], Jim, 1913- , Columbus, Ohio To [Esto Broughton], Honolulu. Has embarked on "my graduate course in living"; predicts he'll be a great writer; is reading only the Bible. Autograph Letter Signed. 3 p.; 23.9 cm.
  117. 1935, 22 April: [Broughton], Jim, 1913- , Baltimore. To Mother [Wood], Aberdeen, Wash. Describes Baltimore and his travels. Autograph Letter Signed. 1 p.; 27.9 cm.
  118. 1935, 29 April: [Broughton], Jim, 1913- , Princeton, J.J. To Mother [Wood], Aberdeen, Wash. Contemplates time; describes Princeton; has been unsuccessful in obtaining a job as a reporter. Typed Letter. 1 p.; 27.8 cm.
  119. 1935, 12 May: [Broughton], Jim, 1913- , New York City To Esto [Broughton]. Is employed as messboy on the S.S. Excalibur; comments on plays he's seen; has plans for two novels; expresses his love. Typed Letter Signed. 2 p.; 27.9 cm.
  120. 1935, 12 May: [Broughton], Jim, 1913- , New York City To Mother [Wood], Aberdeen, Wash. Reports he has signed on the Excalibur as bellboy for 43-day Mediterranean cruise. Typed Letter Signed. 1 p.; 27.9 cm.
  121. [1935], 24 May: [Broughton], Jim, 1913- , Palma de Mallorca To Mother [Wood], Aberdeen, Wash. Details his schedule and travels; is enjoying the experience. Autograph Letter Signed. 4 p.; 22.7 cm.
  122. [1935], 25 May: [Broughton], Jim, 1913- , "off the coast of Sardinia" To Esto [Broughton]. Describes his travels; was offered a writing job by one of his passengers, Dr. Rosalie S. Morton; informs her one of the stewards knew Hart Crane and e.e. cummings. Autograph Letter Signed. 4 p.; 22.9 cm.
  123. [1935], 27 May: [Broughton], Jim, 1913- , Naples.To [Mr. & Mrs. W.H. Wood], Aberdeen, Wash. Chronicles his travels. Autograph Postcard Signed. 1 p.; 8.9 cm.
  124. [1935], 31 May: [ Broughton], Jim, 1913- , Alexandria, Egypt. To [Mr. & Mrs. W.H. Wood], Aberdeen, Wash. Describes places he's visited; finds trip valuable. Autograph Letter Signed. 4 p.; 22.8 cm. Accompanied by snapshot of Broughton in Italy.
  125. 1935, 28 June: [Broughton], Jim, 1913- , Washington To [Esto Broughton], Honolulu. Feels new confidence; relates experiences with Emil Opffer; won't go west till September; may work with Rosalie S. Morton; plans on seeing Helen Nicolay. Typed Letter. 6 p.; 27.8 cm.
  126. 1935, 29 June: [Broughton], Jim, 1913- , Washington To Emilee and Grandpa [Broughton]. Feels he had "a wonderful trip and a wonderful experience"; liked Italy best; has decided against another trip; feels sorry "about running out on you." Typed Letter. 2 p.; 28 cm.
  127. 1935, 2 July: [Broughton], Jim, 1913- , Washington To Esto [Broughton]. Hopes to write a book; wants "to contribute something to mankind"; describes his travels about town; ends letter to take a walk with Emil Oppfer. Typed letter 3 p.; 27.9 cm.
  128. [1935, 3 July]: [Broughton], Nick, Susanville, Cal. To Jim [Broughton], Washington D.C. Reports he may come East; gives their mother's reaction to his working in a mine. Autograph Letter Signed. 3 p.; 26.8 cm.
  129. [1935], 8 July: [Broughton], Jim, 1913- , Washington To [Esto Broughton]. Feels he will be a success; has been writing stories and poems; is growing closer to his brother; but thinks they should each sell something separately first. Typed Letter. 3 p.; 27.9 cm.
  130. 1935, 8 July: [Broughton], Jim, 1913- , Washington. To Grandfather [Broughton]. Thinks his brother will gain experience from working in a mine; attended garden party at Danish embassy; heard Huey Long speak in the Senate. Typed Letter. 1 p.; 27.8 cm.
  131. 1935, 17 July: [Broughton], Jim, 1913- , New York City To Mother [Wood], Westport, Wash. Finds New York more stimulating than Washington; details his adventures in looking for a job; requests her not to send money. Autograph Letter Signed. 4 p.; 24.1 cm.
  132. 1935, 25 July: [Broughton], Jim, 1913- , New York City To Mother [Wood], San Francisco. Thanks her for making sweater for him; reports meeting William Rose Benet; is studying dance with Charles Weidman; rehearsing "The Promised Land". Typed Letter 3 p.; 24.1 cm.
  133. [1935], 25 July: [Broughton:, Jim, 1913- , New York City To Esto [Broughton], Honolulu. Feels things are "just about to break" for him; is taking a dance class with Charles Weidman while rehearsing "The Promised Land"; marched in "a mass demonstration of 8,000 unemployed"; dined with William Rose Benet. Typed Letter. 3 p.; 28 cm.
  134. [1935, 31 July]: [Johnson], Jacqueline To James [Broughton]. Responds to his letter; wishes him well in New York. Autograph Letter Signed. 3 p.; 19.7 cm.
  135. 1935, July: [Broughton], Nick, [Susanville, Cal.] To Jim [Broughton]. Relates his gold-mining adventures; refers to Katherine Hepburn film. Autograph Letter Signed. 3 p.; 28 cm.
  136. 1935, 3 Aug.: [Broughton], Jim, 1913- , New York City To [Esto Broughton]. Feels strengthened; sold an article to The New Republic; delivered a monologue to Beatrice Lillie; believes writers should "raise their voices in protest"; endorses hitchhiking. Typed Letter Signed. 4 p.; 28 cm.
  137. 1935, 3 Aug.: [Broughton], Jim, 1913- , New York City To Grandfather [Broughton]. Thanks him for offering to provide return fare; reports "picket lines on every street." Typed Letter Signed 1 p.; 24.1 cm.
  138. 1935, 3 Aug. [Broughton], Jim, 1913- , New York City To [Mrs. W.H. Wood], San Francisco. Reports acceptance of an article by The New Republic; has done skit for Beatrice Lillie; hopes to see Stark Young. Typed Letter Signed. 2 p.; 24.1 cm.
  139. [1935, 3 Aug.]: [Johnson], Jacqueline, Palo Alto, Cal. To James [Broughton]. Expresses joy at his appearance in New Republic; discusses mutual friends; sends him "joy and courage." Autograph Letter Signed 4 p.; 19.7 cm
  140. 1935, 3 Aug.: [Williams], Will, San Francisco To Jim [Broughton], Carmel, Cal. Notifies Broughton of his marriage; wishes to renew friendship. Autograph Letter Signed. 3;p.; 17.2 cm.
  141. [1935], 8 Aug.: [Broughton], Jim, 1913- , New York City To Esto [Broughton]. Feels elation at his creative energy; reports three publishers are interested in his book; plans to return to school to finish. Typed Letter. 2 p.; 28 cm.
  142. 1935, 9 Aug.: [Broughton], Jim, 1913- , New York City. To Mother [Wood]. Reports straining muscles while rehearsing dance piece; is book reviewing for the Herald-Tribune; has leaned from Stanford he hasn't graduated. Typed Letter. 2 p.; 28 cm.
  143. [1935], 12 Aug.: [Broughton], Jim, 1913- , To [Esto Broughton]. Feels good about the future; is writing better but finds it "a rather lonely business"; went to see Father Divine; reads the Daily Worker. Typed Letter Signed. 3 p.; 28 cm.
  144. [1935], 16 Aug.: [Broughton], Jim, 1913- , New York City To [Esto Broughton], Honolulu. Discusses the need for laughter balanced against tragedy. Autograph Letter Signed. 4 p.; 21.5 cm.
  145. [1935], 17 Aug.: [Johnson], Jacqueline To James [Broughton]. Discusses their plans for the future; reviews production of "Othello"; suggests reading The Wild Body. Autograph Letter Signed. 5 p.; 19.6 cm.
  146. [1935], 20 Aug.: [Broughton], Jim, 1913- , New York City To Esto [Broughton], Honolulu. Feels confident; likes New York; has decided not to return to Stanford in the fall; discusses the importance of books; reports Emil Oppfer has sailed for Germany. Typed Letter Signed. 4 p.; 27.9c m.
  147. [1935], 23 Aug.: [Broughton], Jim, 1913- , New York City To [Esto Broughton], Honolulu. Has one cent left; has been "struggling with the book"; reports his brother is staying in San Francisco with their mother. Typed Letter Signed. 4 p.; 27.8 cm.
  148. 1935, 27 Aug.: [Broughton], Jim, 1913- , New York City To Mother [Wood], San Francisco. Thanks her for money; has had reviews in both the Timesand the Herald-Tribune; sends her birthday wishes. Typed Letter Signed. 1 p.; 27.9 cm.
  149. [1935], 29 Aug.: [Broughton], Jim, 1913- , New York City To [Esto Broughton], Honolulu. Received two manuscripts back but immediately mailed them to new editors; wired his mother for money; reports Clara Weatherwax, a distant relative of his stepfather, has won a prize for her novel. Typed Letter Signed. 5 p.; 27.8 cm.
  150. 1935, 31 Aug.: [Broughton], Jim, 1913- , New York City To [Esto Broughton], Honolulu. Reports receiving a letter and check from his stepfather; has "renewed pride" in his dancing; is reviewing novels for the New York Times. Typed Letter Signed. 2 p.; 27.8 cm.

Correspondence and Manuscripts, 1935, Aug.- 1937, July

Box 3
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  1. 1935, 31 Aug.: [Broughton], Jim, 1913- , New York City To Mother [Wood]. Has received checks from New York Timesand The New Republic; mentions friends and family. Typed Letter Signed. 2 p.; 24.2 cm.
  2. 1935, 31 Aug.: [Broughton], Jim, 1913- , New York City To Dad [Wood], Raymond, Wash. Thanks him for check and long letter; discusses the national scene; writes of family and friends; asks if Clara Weatherwax might be related. Typed Letter Signed. 3 p.; 27.8 cm. Accompanied by newspaper clipping.
  3. [1935, 3 Sept.]: [Johnson], Jacqueline To James [Broughton]. Offers advice; philosophizes about life. Autograph Letter Signed. 5 p.; 19.6 cm.
  4. [1935, 4 Sept.]: [Johnson], Jacqueline To James [Broughton]. Interrupts her packing to tell her plans. Autograph Letter Signed. 4 p.; 19.6 cm.
  5. 1935, [6] Sept.: [Broughton, Jim, 1913- , New York City To [Esto Broughton], Honolulu. Received her last three letters at the same time; will march in an anti-war demonstration; fears the New Deal is heading toward fascism; reports on friends. Typed Letter Signed. 4 p.; 27.6 cm.
  6. [1935], 22 Sept.: [Broughton], Jim, 1913- , New York City To Mother [Wood], San Francisco. Writes of gatherings of the dance piece; met Raymond Holden; dined with Josephine Dillon. Typed Letter. 3 p.; 24.2 cm.
  7. [1935], 23 Sept.: [Broughton], Jim, 1913- , New York City To [Esto Broughton], Honolulu. Describes tea in his honor in New Jersey; dined with Josephine Dillon; is preparing a night club act; will dance at a Communist country camp; quotes from former girlfriend's letter. Typed Letter. 4 p.; 27.9 cm.
  8. [1935, 29 Sept.]: [Broughton], Jim, 1913- , New York City To Mother [Wood], San Francisco. Reports possibility of being heard on a national radio program; has another review in Herald-Tribune; urges her to visit. Typed Letter Signed. 3 p. 24.2 cm.
  9. 1935, 30 Sept.: [Broughton], Jim, 1913- , New York City To [Esto Broughton], Honolulu. Thanks her for sending her play; is scheduled to read poetry on a national radio program. Typed Letter. 2 p.; 24.2 cm. Accompanied by manuscript of two poems, "Promise" and "For Holy Justice."
  10. 1935, Sept.: Broughton, James, 1913- "Conchita, the slipshod chemise." Typed Poem (carbon) 5 p.; 28 cm.
  11. [1935], 1 Oct.: [Broughton], Jim, 1913- , New York City To Dad [Wood], Raymond, Wash. Hopes he'll visit; expresses hopes for going on radio; introduces the Hussa family; inquires about Frederick Hart. Typed Letter Signed. 2 p.; 24.2 cm.
  12. [1935], 4 Oct.: [Jones], Marian, San Francisco To Jimmie [Broughton], New York City. Explains why she hasn't written; mentions Stanford friends; has a holiday job; describes company picnic. Autograph Letter Signed. 4 leaves; 27.7 cm.
  13. [1935], 9 Oct.: [Johnson], Jacqueline, [San Francisco] To James [Broughton]. Announces Will Williams' marriage and describes visit. Autograph Letter Signed. 4 p.; 19.6 cm.
  14. [1935], 15 Oct.: [Broughton], Jim, 1913- , New York City To [Esto Broughton], Honolulu. Acknowledges "straying from the path of God"; discusses his love; is preparing for his mother's visit; suggests she read Winterset; heard Sidney Howard speak. Typed Letter. 4 p.; 27.8 cm.
  15. 1935, 25 Oct.: [Broughton], Jim, 1913- , New York City To [Esto Broughton], Honolulu. Reports on recent reading; has been asked to write for The New Republic; has been unable to write since his mother arrived; ask her to come to New York. Typed Letter Signed. 5 p.; 24.1 cm.
  16. [1935], 25 Oct.: [Johnson], Jacqueline, San Francisco To James [Broughton]. Delights in his letterwriting, quoting from his last. Autograph Letter Signed. 4 p.; 19.6 cm.
  17. [1935], 30 Oct.: [Broughton], Jim, 1913- . To [Esto Broughton]. Thanks her for birthday gift; read her work in Science of Mind; discusses his relationship with his mother; quotes from his girlfriend's letter; met Dorothea Brande. Typed Letter Signed. 4 p.; 17.8 cm.
  18. [1935], 3 Nov.: [Broughton], Jim, 1913- , New York City To [Esto Broughton], Sends her a book; calls her "remarkable" and "transcendent." Typed Letter Signed 1 p.; 24.2 cm.
  19. [1935], 6 Nov.: [Broughton], Jim, 1913- To Esto [Broughton]. Discusses "the problem of Christian Science vs. Holmes"; investigates the "breach in family harmony"; suggests she read Coming Struggle for Power and It Can't Happen Here; announces his stepfather's pride in Broughton's publications. Typed Letter. 5 p.; 27.8 cm.
  20. [1935], 14 Nov.: [Broughton], Jim, 1913- , New York City To [Esto Broughton], Honolulu. Reflects on his parents' visit; confides that he's heard his physical frailness has denied him jobs; quotes Dorothea Brande. Typed Letter Signed. 4 p.; 27.8 cm.
  21. [1935], 22-23 Nov.: [Broughton], Jim, 1913- , New York City To [Esto Broughton]. Would like to have spent his birthday with her; has been hired by Gimbals' to sell books; discusses money and dependency; feels she should settle in New York instead of Hollywood; comments on current theater; labels President Roosevelt "slippery"; believes "a socialized theater will be the salvation of the drama." Typed Letter. 8 p.; 28 cm.
  22. [1935, Nov.]: [Broughton, James Richard, 1913- ], New York City To [Esto Broughton]. Received photographs from his grandfather; celebrated his 22nd birthday with his mother and stepfather. Typed Letter. 1 p.; 24.2 cm.
  23. [1935], 3 Dec.: [Broughton], J[ames], 1913- , New York City To [Esto Broughton]. Describes his job at Gimbals'; suggests she write a novel about Hawaii; attended Norman Thomas-Earl Browder debate; discusses theater season. Typed Letter Signed. 4 p.; 24.2 cm.
  24. [1935], 16 Dec. : S[andoe], E. S., Palo Alto, Cal. To Jimmie [Broughton], New York City. Confides in him about her son; hopes to sell house. Autograph Letter Signed. 4 p. ;17.5 cm.
  25. [1935], 23 Dec.: [Broughton], J[im], 1913- , New York City To Esto [Broughton], Modesto, Cal. Welcomes her home; will leave for Florida after Christmas; discusses plays he's seen; hopes her cure is complete. Typed Letter Signed. 3 p.; 26.7 cm.
  26. [1935, 23 Dec.]: [Johnson], Jacqueline To James [Broughton]. Thanks him for gift; wishes he were there for the holidays. Autograph Letter Signed. 7 p.; 19.7 cm.
  27. 1935, 29 Dec.: [Broughton], Jim, 1931- , New York City To Esto [Broughton], Modesto Cal. Thanks her for the gifts; believes Katherine Cornell's Juliet has improved; asks her to send her plays. Autograph Letter Signed. 4 p.; 26.7 cm.
  28. 1935, 31 Dec.: [Johnson], Jacqueline To James Broughton. Reports she's had a cold; discusses James Sandoe; sends him a book by Bergson; Wishes him the best for the new year. Autograph Letter Signed. 5 p.; 19.7 cm.
  29. [1935 Dec.] : [Broughton], Nick, Los Angeles To James Broughton, a New York City. Composes a parable about his brother to accompany his Christmas gift of a pen. Autograph Letter Signed. 2 p.; 24.1 cm.
  30. [1935, Dec.]: [Johnson], Jacqueline, [Stockton, Cal.]. To James [Broughton]. Discusses his life; reports Wills Williams has moved; comments on his poems; describes her reading. Autograph Letter Signed. 8 p.; 19.6 cm.
  31. [1935]: [Broughton, James Richard, 1913- ] "And ye shall receive." Typed Story. 15 p.; 28 cm.
  32. [1935?]: Broughton, James, 1913- "Impossible distances." Typed Story Signed. 14 p.; 27.9 cm.
  33. [1935]: Broughton, James, 1913- "In the long night." Typed Story(carbon) 8 p.; 28 cm.
  34. [1935]: Broughton, James, 1913- The lost children's hour. Typed Essay(carbon) 7 p.; 27.9 cm.
  35. [1935]: Broughton, James, 1913- Mr. Manning. Typed Story(carbon) 12 p.; 28 cm.
  36. [1935]: Broughton, James, 1913- "The night they killed Beethoven. Typed Story(carbon) 7 p.; 28 cm.
  37. [ca.1935]: [Broughton, James Richard, 1913- ] "Old Jan." 4 p.; 28 cm.
  38. 1935: [Broughton, James Richard, 1913- ] "The Pain in the neck of the woods." Typed Poem (carbon). 5 p.; 28 cm.
  39. [1935]: Broughton, James, 1913- "The rain it raineth." Typed Story. 16 p.; 27.9 cm.
  40. [ca. 1935]: [Broughton, James Richard, 1913- ] "The search of the poet." Typed Story. 5 p.; 28 cm.
  41. [1935?]: [Broughton, James, 1913- ] [Williamsburg play]. Typed Play. 83 p.; 28 cm.
  42. [1935?]: [Broughton], Nick To Jim [Broughton], New York City. Thanks him for wallet; reports he hasn't told their mother he has a car; is working on a short story. Autograph Letter Signed. 3 p.; 28 cm.
  43. Undated. [1935?]: [Johnson], Jacqueline To James [Broughton]. Mentions mutual friends; is studying for her comprehensive; sends herbs. Autograph Letter Signed. 4 p.; 19.6 cm.
  44. [1935?] Williams], Will. Palo Alto, Cal. To Jim [Broughton], Asks him not to be hurt by his leaving; will not see him again until he has resolved "all the consequences of my errors." Autograph Letter Signed. 1 p.; 26.6 cm.
  45. [1936], 2 Jan.: [Broughton, Jim, 1913- , Winter Park, Fla. To Esto[Broughton]. Compares Florida with California; is disappointed in Dr. Morton and uneasy with their relationship; feels a loss of freedom. Typed Letter. 4 p.; 27.8 cm.
  46. 1936, 14 Jan.: [Broughton], Jim 1913 - , Winter Park, Fla. To [Broughton], Jim, 1913- , New York City. To [Esto Broughton], Honolulu. Is enjoying the birds and landscape; relays his writing schedule; pictures Rosalie S. on Morton as lonely but kind; met Sinclair Lewis; plans to return to Stanford in summer. Typed Letter Signed. 3 p.; 27.9 m.
  47. [1936], 26 Jan.: [Broughton], Jim, 1913- , Winter Park, Fla. To [Esto Broughton], Carmel, Cal. Hopes to leave for New York as soon as he's finished Rosalie S. Morton's biography; dreams of collaborating with her; discusses cause of sickness; describes Florida. Typed Letter Signed. 4 p.; 27.9 cm.
  48. [1936, Jan.]: [Broughton], J[im], 1913- Winter Park, Fla. To [Esto Broughton]. Enjoys the "congenial atmosphere of clime and landscape"; describes Rosalie S. Morton as "the most prominent woman doctor in America." Typed Letter Signed. 2 p.; 27.8 cm.
  49. [1936? Jan.]: [Johnson], Jacqueline To James [Broughton]. Hopes to leave her mother's house soon to begin work on a masters; suggests he read Jules Romains; reports she's seen James Sandoe. Autograph Letter Signed. 7 p.; 19.7 cm.
  50. 1936, 3 Feb.: [Broughton], Jim, 1913- , Winter Park, Fla. To Esto [Broughton], Carmel, Cal. Quotes from the Bible; is being financially constricted by his employer; will probably leave when book is done; discusses James Sandoe and other friends. Typed Letter. 4 p;. 27.8 cm.
  51. [1936, 12 Feb.]: [Broughton], Jim, 1913- To [Esto Broughton]. Criticizes Dr. Morton; may return to Stanford. Typed Letter Signed. 2 p.; 27.9 cm.
  52. 1936, 19 Feb.: [Broughton], Jim, 1913- , Winter Park, Fla. To [Esto Broughton], Carmel, Cal. Quotes from his grandfather's letter; recommends Man the Unknown; he's been reading in philosophy and psychology. Typed Letter Signed. 3 p.; 27.9 cm.
  53. [1936], 29 Feb., 2 Mar.: [Broughton], Jim, 1913- , Winter Park, Fla. To [Esto Broughton], Carmel, Cal. Is becoming a good friend of Dr. Morton's; is working out a novel on his generation's search for self-reliance; has been keeping a diary; describes Florida travels. Typed Letter Signed. 4 p.; 27.8 cm.
  54. [1936?, Feb.]: [Johnson], Jacqueline To James [Broughton]. Thanks him for gift; discussed womanhood. Autograph Letter Signed. 5 p.; 19.9 cm.
  55. [1936], 6 Mar.: [Broughton], Jim, 1913- , Winter Park, Fla. To [Esto Broughton], Carmel, Cal. Feels he must learn "to put writing first"; wants to travel in China; asks if she'll send him her copy of Jung. Typed Letter 2 p.; 28 cm.
  56. 1936, 13 Mar.: [Broughton], Jim, 1913- . To [Esto Broughton]. Discusses expression and writing; reports President and Mrs. Roosevelt will be in the area. Typed Letter. 2 p.; 27.8 cm.
  57. [1936], 20-21 Mar.: [Broughton], Jim, 1913- . To [Esto Broughton]. Discovered he's anemic; finds daily writing good training; discusses self-discipline; asks about his mother's health. Typed Letter. 3 p.; 27.9 cm.
  58. [1936], 14 April: [Broughton], Jim, 1913- , Winter Park, Fla. To [Esto Broughton], Carmel, Cal. Is coming along on the book on Persia; plans to leave in May, return to California by June; was introduced to the I Ching by Carroll Brent Chilton who corresponds with Jung. Typed Letter. 3 p.; 27.9 cm.
  59. [1936], 23-24 April: [Broughton], Jim, 1913- , Winter Park, Fla. To [Esto Broughton], Carmel, Cal. Assess Dr. Morton; received train fare from his mother; reviews his relationship with his mother. Typed Letter Signed. 3 p.; 27.9 cm.
  60. 1936, 25 April: C[hilton], C[arroll], B[rent], Charleston, S.C. To [James Broughton]. Heeds his editorial advice; is amazed by his maturity; suggests read Emerson's "The Post." Typed Letter Signed. 2 p.; 27.7 cm.
  61. 1936, 28 April: Brande, Dorothea, 1893- , New York City To Mr. [James] Broughton, Winter Park, Florida. Sends check; will read manuscript; is sorry he dropped her class. Typed Letter Signed. 1 p.; 28 cm.
  62. [1936], 30 April: [Broughton], Jim, 1913- , Winter Park, Fla. To [Esto Broughton], Carmel, Cal. Is happy he stayed to complete book on Persia; received a letter from Dorothea Brande. Typed Letter Signed. 1 p.; 27.9 cm.
  63. [1936], 6 May: C[hilton], C[arroll] B[rent], Daytona Beach, Fla. To James [Broughton]. Discusses the "problem of living wisely"; hopes to translate the Yih King. Typed Letter Signed. 2 p.; 27.9 cm. Accompanied by "The Western Man" by G. Lowes Dickinson, Typed Manuscript (carbon) 1 p.; 27.9 cm.
  64. 1936, 7 May: [Broughton], Jim, 1913- Princeton, N.J. To Esto [Broughton], Carmel, Cal. Describes visiting Helen Nicolay in Washington; the Maxwells in Baltimore and Curt Zimansky in Princeton. Typed Letter. 1 p.; 27.8 cm.
  65. 1936, 8 May: C[hilton], C[arroll], B[rent], Daytona Beach, Fla. To [James Broughton]. Hopes he can arrange lectures; has had an attack of shingles. Typed Letter Signed. 1 p.; 28.1 cm. Accompanied by retyped excerpt of a letter to Chilton from Dwight Goddard.
  66. [1936], 13 May: [Broughton], Jim, 1913- , Montclair, N.J. To Esto [Broughton], Carmel, Cal. Longs for love; plans to go west by car. Typed Letter 2 p.; 28 cm.
  67. 1936, 29 May: Morton, Rosalie, S[laughter], Winter Park, Fla. To [James] Dickie [Broughton], Carmel, Cal. Wishes him well on his cross country trip; is working on "the novel"; mentions mutual acquaintances. Typed Letter Signed. 3 p.; 24.1 cm.
  68. [1936], 16 June: [Chilton], Carroll [Brent], Chapel Hill, N.C. To James [Broughton]. Hopes to have backing for projects; invites him to participate if an institute materializes; quotes from the Dhammapada. Typed Letter Signed. 2 p.; 27.9 cm.
  69. 1936, 27 June: [Broughton], Esto, Carmel, Cal. To Jaimie [Broughton]. Urges him to be confident and positive; suggests he learn from Joe Louis. Typed Letter. 4 p.; 17.5 cm.
  70. 1936, 1 July: [Williams], Will, San Francisco To Jim [Broughton]. Writes prose with difficulty; receives a religious-erotic vision from him. Autograph Letter Signed. 4 p.; 28.2 cm. Much of this letter restates what Williams wrote in the letter Broughton dated Jan. 25, 1935.
  71. 1936, 12 July: [Williams], W[ill], San Francisco To Jim [Broughton]. Wants to write and outline for his book before sailing to India; Say good by. Autograph Letter Signed. 1 p.; 28.2 cm.
  72. 1936, 31 July: [Morton], Rose [Slaughter], Winter Park, Fla. To [James] Dickie [Broughton]. Provides dates of her stay in New York; advises him of changes in the book. Typed Letter Signed. 3 p.; 24.1 cm.
  73. [1936, Oct.?]: [Williams], Will, Marseille, France. To Jim [Broughton]. Continues to think of him and wants his friendship; has traveled through the Orient; wants to go to Spain; philosophizes on happiness. Autograph Letter Signed. 1 p.; 27.6 cm.
  74. 1936, 4 Nov.: [Greer, Howard], Hollywood To Jimmy Broughton, San Francisco. Gives advise. Telegram. 1 p.; 16.5 cm.
  75. 1936, 9 Nov. : [Greer, Howard], Hollywood To Jimmy Broughton. Sends birthday greetings. Telegram. 1 p.; 16.5 cm.
  76. 1936, 18 Nov.: [Greer, Howard], Carmel, Cal. To James Broughton, San Francisco. Plans to visit San Francisco but can't arrange lodging. Telegram. 1 p.; 16.5 cm.
  77. 1936, 19, 24 Dec.: [Broughton], Esto, Honolulu To Jim [Broughton], San Francisco. Discusses his mother's condition; describes her nervous breakdown; reports she's teaching English; is moving; invites him to come to Hawaii; gives Christmas plans. Typed Letter Signed. 6 p.; 28 cm.
  78. [1936, Dec.]: [Greer], Howard, Los Angeles. To James Broughton, San Francisco. Sends Christmas greetings. Telegram. 1 p.; 16.5 cm.
  79. [1936], Dec.: [Greer, Howard], Hollywood To [James Broughton]. Has moved; will send play reviews. Typed Letter Signed. 1 p.; 27.9 cm.
  80. [1936?]: Broughton, James, 1913- "An Easter morning." Typed Story. 22 p.; 27.9 cm.
  81. [1936]: [Broughton, James Richard, 1913- ] "In the dark bright sun." Typed Poem. 1 p.; 28 cm.
  82. [1936]: [Broughton, James Richard, 1913- ] "Law and order." Typed Poem. 2 p.; 28 cm.
  83. [1936?]: Broughton, James, 1913- "One of the least of these." Typed Story(carbon). 7 p.; 28 cm.
  84. [1936?]: Broughton, James, 1913- ] "Revenge in Egypt." Typed Story(carbon). 7 p.; 28 cm.
  85. [1936?]: Broughton, James, 1913- "Summer darkness." Typed Story. 18 p.; 27.8 cm. Accompanied by partial carbon copy.
  86. [1936]: [Broughton, James Richard, 1913- ] "Sweet sluggish night." Typed Poem. 1 p.; 27.8 cm.
  87. [1936?]: [Broughton, James Richard, 1913- ] "Tears upon dust." Typed Story. 13 p.; 27.9 cm.
  88. [1936?]: Broughton, James, 1913- "While you wait." Typed Story(carbon) 4 p.; 28 cm.
  89. [ca. 1936]: [Broughton, James Richard, 1913- ] "Reah." Typed Story. 8 p.; 27.9 cm.
  90. [1936?]: [Chilton, Carroll Brent] Proposal for an East-West School of Wisdom. Typed Manuscript(carbon). 3 p.; 27.8 cm. Accompanied by "The Idea of an East-West School of Chinese Wisdom." Typed Manuscript(carbon) 8 p.; 27.8 cm. and Autograph Note from Chilton to [James Broughton].
  91. Undated. [1936?]: [Johnson], Jacqueline, Palo Alto, Cal. To James [Broughton]. Discusses freedom and happiness. Autograph Letter Signed. 5 p.; 27.8 cm.
  92. [1936]: [Greer, Howard], Palm Springs, Cal. To [James Broughton], San Francisco. Thinks of him often; comments on The Asiatics. Autograph Letter Signed. 3 p.; 13 cm.
  93. [1936]: [Greer, Howard]. An unpublished chapter from The Asiatics.Typed Parody. 4 p.; 27.9 cm.
  94. [1936]: [Williams], Will, San Francisco To Jim [Broughton]. Feels he is "a moderately sane person"; has been "consistantly open, honest, decent, and respectful" toward him; explains his marriage as "the result of failure to understand my own emotions"; proclaims his love. Autograph Letter Signed. 3 p.; 28.2 cm.
  95. [1937], 14 Jan.: [Broughton], Jim, 1913- , New Orleans. To Esto [Broughton]. Enjoys freedom after "the agony of the past months"; is staying in a house that once belonged to Adelina Patti; is finishing his novel; has seen Roark Bradford. Typed Letter Signed. 2 p.; 17.4 cm.
  96. [1937], 28 Jan.: [Greer, Howard], Hollywood To [James Broughton], New Orleans. Describes lumbago attack; working on spring prints; dislikes New Orleans. Typed. Letter Signed. 2 p.; 27.9 cm.
  97. [1937], 2 Mar.: [Fenton], Frank To Jimmie [Broughton]. Details forthcoming party; reports on Donald Clark and Robert Hunt. Typed Letter Signed. 1 p.; 28 cm.
  98. 1937, 11 Mar.: [Broughton], Emilee, Modesto, Cal. To Jim [Broughton], New Orleans. Has been planting; describes her husband's illness; mentions his writing Dr. Morton's book; wishes him well in New York. Autograph Letter Signed. 6 p.; 17.1 cm.
  99. [1937, Mar.]: [Wood], Mother [Olga], -1939, Chandler, Arizona. To Jim [Broughton], New Orleans. Expresses wish to some day see Mardi Gras; advises him against extravagance; hopes he finds "something permanent to do". Autograph Letter Signed. 5 p.; 17.2 cm.
  100. [1937], 1 April: [Johnson], Jacqueline, Stanford, Cal. To James [Broughton], New Orleans. Defends Primitivism and Decadence; comments on Malraux; reports [Yvor] Winters plans to burn [Hart] Crane's letters. Typed Letter Signed. 4 p.; 27.8 cm.
  101. [1937], 2, 6-7 April: [Greer, Howard], Los Angeles To [James Broughton], New York City. Remembers their meeting; reacts to his letter; is considering motoring to New York; discusses his mother's health; describes party. 4 p.; 27.8 cm.
  102. [1935, 5 April]: [Wood], Mother [Olga], -1939, Carmel, Cal. To Jim [Broughton], New York City. Has been too busy with guests to write; asks about Frederick Hart's opera. Autograph Letter Signed. 4 p.; 18.6 cm.
  103. [1937], 7-8 April: [Broughton], Esto, Honolulu To Jim [Broughton], New York City. Comments on book he ghosted; reports she's rewriting a play; discusses her personality; heard Lotte Lehmann and Helen Keller. Typed Letter. 4 p.; 27.7 cm.
  104. [1937, 13 April]: [Greer, Howard], Los Angeles To [James Broughton], New York City. Plane trip east. Typed Letter Signed. 2 p.; 28 cm.
  105. [1937, 21] April: [Greer, Howard] Los Angeles To [James Broughton], New York City. Would like to write a comedy; plans to collaborate with Kenyon Nicholson; describes an evening out with Travis Benton. Typed Letter Signed. 2 p.; 27.8 cm.
  106. [1937], 21 April: [Zimonsky], Curt, Princeton, J.J. To [James Broughton], New York City. Inquires about him. Typed Letter Signed. 1 p.; 27.8 cm.
  107. 1937, 22 April: [Broughton], Emilee, Modesto, Cal. To Jim [Broughton], New York City. Gives details of his brother's hospitalization follow auto accident; encloses clippings. Autograph Letter Signed. 4 p.; 17.1 cm.
  108. [1937, 22 April]: [Wood], Mother [Olga], -1939, Merced, Cal. To Jim [Broughton']s, New York City. Informs him of his brother's automobile accident. Autograph Letter Signed. 5 p.; 21.5 cm.
  109. [1937], 24 April: [Broughton], Emilee, Modesto, Ca. To Jim [Broughton], New York City. Describes complication in his brother's injury; has received a copy of Dr. Morton's book. Autograph Letter Signed. 4 p.; 18.3 cm.
  110. 1937, 24 April: [Wood], Mother [Olga], -1939, Merced, Cal. To James R[ichard] Broughton, New York City. Thanks him for wire; reports Nick "holding his own." Telegram. 1 p.; 16.4 cm.
  111. 1937, 26 April: [Broughton], Emilee, Modesto, Cal. To Jim [Broughton], New York City. Reports improvement in his brother's condition. Autograph Letter Signed. 4 p.; 17.1 cm.
  112. [1937, 26 April]: [Wood], Mother [Olga], 1939, Merced, Cal. To Jim [Broughton], New York City. Reports consultations with brain specialists about his brother's condition. Autograph Letter Signed. 3 p.; 21.5 cm.
  113. [1937], 27 April: [Broughton], Esto, Honolulu To Jim [Broughton], New York City. Reacts to Nick's accident; is prepared to return home. Autograph Letter Signed. 4 p.; 26.4 cm.
  114. 1937, 28 April: [Wood], Mother [Olga], -1939, Merced, Cal. To James R[ichard] Broughton, New York City. Reports Nick "progressing favorably"; sorry he didn't get position. Telegram. 1 p.; 16.4 cm.
  115. 1937, 29 April: [Broughton], Emilee, Modesto, Cal. To Jim [Broughton], New York City. Reports his brother's continued improvement. Autograph Letter Signed. 2 p.; 18.3 cm.
  116. 1937, 30 April: [Wood], Mother [Olga], -1939, Carmel, Cal. To James R[ichard] Broughton, New York City. Notifies him Nick is "over the worst" and can be moved soon. Telegram. 1 p.; 16.5 cm.
  117. 1937, 2 May: [Broughton], Emilee, Modesto, Cal. To Jim [Broughton], New York City. Reports his brother is out of coma and responding well. Autograph Letter Signed. 4 p. 17.1 cm.
  118. 1937, 2 May: [Wood], Mother [Olga], -1939, Merced, Cal. to James R[ichard], Broughton, New York City. Reports Nick asked for him. Telegram. 1 p.; 16.4 cm.
  119. [1937, 3 May]: [Wood], Mother [Olga], -1939, Merced, Cal. To Jim [Broughton], New York City. Reports Nick is "on the road to full recovery"; is beginning to feel the strain; feels Allen Drury will take a long time to recover. Autograph Letter Signed. 6 p.; 21.5 cm.
  120. 1937, 4 May: [Broughton], Esto To Jim [Broughton]. Reports Nick's conversation about accidents; discusses his mother's reaction; recounts local accident. Typed Letter. 4 p.; 27.7 cm.
  121. [1937, 4 May]: [Greer, Howard], Los Angeles. To [James Broughton], New York City. Recalls past May days; describes studio strikes. Typed Letter Signed. 3 p.; 27.8 cm.
  122. 1937, 6 May: [Broughton], Emilee, Modesto, Cal. To Jim [Broughton], New York City. Suggests it's now all right to write directly to his brother. Autograph Letter Signed. 2 p.; 17.1 cm.
  123. 1937, 9 May: [Wood], Mother [Olga], -1939, Merced, Cal. To James R[ichard] Broughton, New York City. Reports his brother is being taken to Carmel. Telegram 1 p.; 16.4 cm.
  124. 1937, 10 May: [Broughton], Esto, Honolulu To Jim [Broughton], New York City. Analyzes her father; offers to write letters of introduction; saw Channing Pollock. Typed Letter Signed. 2 p.; 27.9 cm.
  125. [1937, 10 May]: [Greer, Howard], Hollywood To [James Broughton], New York City. Is waiting to hear from Kenyon Nicholson before coming to New York; describes Bruz Fletcher's party. Typed Letter Signed. 2 p.; 27.7 cm.
  126. 1937, 11 May: [Clark, Axton] Donald [B.]. San Francisco To Jimmie [Broughton], New York City. Quotes George Meredith; explains why he hasn't written; mentions his brother's accident; didn't know Broughton liked Shelley; alludes to his meeting with Thomas Mann. Typed Letter Signed. 2 p.; 27.9 cm. Accompanied by Howard Greer bookplate.
  127. [1937, 14 May]: [Greer, Howard], Hollywood To [James Broughton], New York City. Describes recent reading; asks him to look for an apartment to sublet. Typed Letter Signed. 3 p.; 27.8 cm.
  128. [1937, 15 May]: [Johnson], Jacqueline, Stanford, Cal. To James [Broughton], New York City. Anticipates receipt of his manuscript; expresses anxiety about Spain; suggests books to read. Typed Letter Signed. 4 p.; 19.6 cm.
  129. 1937, 16 May: [Clark, Axton] Donald [B.], San Francisco To Jimmie [Broughton]. Thanks him for books; explains finding Howard Greer's bookplate. Typed Letter Signed. 1 p.; 27.9 cm. Accompanied by "Peace", Typed Manuscript(carbon) 1 p.; 27.9 cm.
  130. 1937, 17 May: [Broughton], Emilee, Modesto, Cal. To Jim [Broughton], New York City. Reports his mother has taken Nick to Carmel. Autograph Letter Signed. 2 p.; 17.1 cm.
  131. [1937, 19 May]: [Greer, Howard], Hollywood To [James Broughton], New York City. Would like apartment in Patchen Place; anguishes about his finances; inquires about Kenyon Nicholson. Typed Letter Signed. 2 p.; 27.8 cm.
  132. 1937, 20 May: [Broughton], Esto, Honolulu To Jim [Broughton], New York City. Used Amy Lowell to teach poetry in her class; reports Helen Nicolay published her 14th book; encloses address from a friend's letter. Typed Letter. 1 p. 27.6 cm. Accompanied by fragment of Autograph Letter Signed.
  133. [1937, 24 May]: Greer, Howard, Hollywood To [James Broughton], New York City. Provides travel plans; asks him to call Kenyon Nicholson. Typed Letter Signed. 2 p; 27.9 cm.
  134. 1937, 25 May: [Broughton], Esto, Honolulu To Jim [Broughton], New York City. Explains her belief in Christian Science; feels accidents result from disharmony. Typed Letter. 2 p.; 26.4 cm.
  135. [1937, 26 May]: [Broughton], Nick, Carmel, Cal. To Jim [Broughton], New York City. Describes his improvement following accident. Autograph Letter Signed. 3 p.; 17.3 cm.
  136. [1937, 26 May]: [Greer, Howard], Hollywood To [James Broughton], New York City. Suggests he may not make it east; is being photographed with Sylvia Sidney. Typed Letter Signed. 1 p.; 27.9 cm.
  137. 1937, 28 May: [Broughton], Esto, Honolulu To Jim [Broughton], New York City. Sends him gifts to brighten his room; relates information from lecture on India; compares him and his brother. Typed Letter. 2 p.; 26.4 cm.
  138. [1937, 28 May]: [Greer, Howard], Los Angeles To [James Broughton], New York City. Sends horoscope; proposes not coming east; asks advice. Typed Letter Signed. 1 p.; 27.9 cm. Accompanied by p. 25 of Astro-Digest for June.
  139. [1937], 3 June: [Broughton], Esto To Jim [Broughton], New York City. Writes from plane while flying home because of her father's worsening condition. Autograph Letter Signed. 8 p.; 18.9 cm.
  140. 1937, 4 June: [Broughton], Emilee, Modesto, Cal. To Olga [Wood]. Describes her husband's illness; hopes Nick continues to improve; asks her to send letter to Jim. Autograph Letter Signed. 2 p.; 17 cm.
  141. [1937], 4 June: [Greer, Howard], Hollywood To [James Broughton], New York City. Describes mother's illness. Typed Letter Signed. 1 p.; 27.8 cm.
  142. [1937], 6 June: [Broughton], Esto, Modesto, Cal. To Jim [Broughton], New York City. Reports her father's improving. Autograph Letter Signed. 2 p.; 32.6 cm.
  143. [1937], 7 June: [Broughton], Esto, Modesto, Cal. To Jim [Broughton]. Gives her father's condition; asks him to write. Typed Letter. 1 p.; 32.6 cm.
  144. [1937, 7 June]: [Broughton], Nick, Carmel, Cal. To Jimmy [Broughton], New York City. Returned to Stanford for a visit; feels fit. Autograph Letter Signed. 3 p.; 17.1 cm.
  145. [1937], 9 June: [Broughton], Esto, Modesto, Cal. To Jim [Broughton]. Notifies him that his grandfather's paralysis is "clearing up'; hopes to do some writing. Typed Letter 2 p.; 32.6 cm.
  146. 1937, 10 June: [Greer], Howard, Beverly Hills, Cal. To James Broughton, New York City. Informs him of death of Greer's mother. Telegram. 1 p.; 16.2 cm.
  147. [1937], 13 June: [Broughton], Esto, Modesto, Cal. To Jim [Broughton]. Continues informing him of her father's condition; lets him know how to reach Max Brand. Typed Letter. 1 p.; 32.6 cm.
  148. [1937], 17 June: [Broughton], Esto Modesto, Cal. To Jim [Broughton]. Describes crisis in her father's recovery; went to healer to help. Typed Letter. 2 p.; 32.6 cm.
  149. [1937], 18 June: [Broughton], Esto, Modesto, Cal. To Jim [Broughton]. Feels her father's recovery is steady; continues to see healer secretly. Typed Letter. 1 p.; 32.6 cm.
  150. [1937], 21 June: [Broughton], Esto, Modesto, Cal. To Jim [Broughton]. Promised her father she'd live in the area for a few months; will write plays. Typed Letter Signed. 2 p.; 32.6 cm.
  151. [1937, 22 June]: [Greer], Howard, Hollywood To [James Broughton]., New York City. Plans expanding shop; will come east; encourages him to continue on his novels. Typed Letter Signed. 1 p.; 27.6 cm.
  152. 1937, 24 June: [Broughton], Esto Modesto, Cal. To Jim [Broughton]. Reports her father's condition; congratulates him on the possibility his novel will be published. Typed Letter. 1 p.; 32.6 cm.
  153. 1937, 28 June: [Broughton], Esto, Modesto, Cal. To Jim [Broughton]. Notes her father still has difficulty in talking; relays information from his brother's letter. Typed Letter. 1 p.; 32.6 cm.
  154. [1937, June]: Johnson, Jacqueline, Stanford, Cal. To James [Broughton], New York City. Read his novel; offers criticism. Typed Letter Signed 6 p.; 28 cm.
  155. [1937, June]: [Broughton], Esto, Modesto, Cal. To Jim [Broughton]. Describes her father's progress; is working on a play. Typed Letter. 2 p.; 32.6 cm.

Correspondence and Manuscripts, 1937, July-Dec.-1939

Box 4
Folder -- Contents

  1. 1937, 1 July: [Broughton], Esto, Modesto, Cal. To Jim [Broughton], New York City. Thinks his brother looks like her brother; has written to Helen Nicolay that Nick would like to visit. Typed Letter. 1 p.; 28 cm.
  2. [1937], 1 July: C[hilton], C[arroll], B[rent], Baltimore To James [Broughton], New York City. Hopes to see him; wants to hear about his writing. Typed Letter Signed. 1 p.; 33 cm.
  3. 1937, 6 July: B[roughton], E[sto], Modesto, Cal. To Jim [Broughton]. Briefs him on family matters; asks him to believe in himself; lists his strengths. Typed Letter Signed. 2 p.; 32.6 cm.
  4. 1937, 12 July: [Nicolay], Helen, 1966-1954, Holderness, N.H. To Esto [Broughton]. Expresses concern over her father's illness; chronicles her travels. Autograph Letter Signed. 4 p.; 17.5 cm.
  5. [1937?], 14 July: [Broughton], Esto To Jim [Broughton]. Reports her stepmother fired her father's nurses; feels writing is a matter of self discipline; asks if he knew John Steinbeck in Carmel. Autograph Letter Signed. 6 p. 17.4 cm.
  6. [1937, 14 July]: C[hilton], C[arroll], B[rent], New York City To [James Broughton], New York City. Hopes to see him. Autograph Postcard Signed. 1 p.; 14 cm.
  7. 1937, 16 July: [Fenton], Frank, Stanford, Cal. To Jimmie [Broughton], New York City. Responds to Howard Green's wire; comments on John Steinbeck; considers origin of chess. Typed Letter Signed. 2 p.; 28 cm.
  8. 1937, 18 July: [Broughton], Esto, Modesto, Cal. To Jim [Broughton], New York City. Encloses letter from Helen Nicolay; discusses her father's progress; reports Max Brand has returned to Italy. Typed Letter 2 p.; 28 cm.
  9. 1937, 23 July: [Broughton], Esto, Modesto, Cal. To Jim [Broughton]. Sends letters from his parents and old photographs; reports her father is gaining strength. Typed Letter 1 p.;27.8 cm. Accompanied by photograph, clipping and Irwin Broughton's fifth grade report card.
  10. [1937, July]: [Greer], Howard, New York City To [James Broughton], New York City. Advises where he can be reached. Autograph Note Signed. 1 p.; 20.5 cm.
  11. [1937], 1 Aug.: [Fenton], Frank, Stanford, Cal. To Jimmie [Broughton]. Updates activities of his friends. Typed Letter Signed 1 p.; 28 cm.
  12. [1937], 2 Aug.: [Broughton], Esto, Modesto, Cal. To Jim [Broughton]. Reports her father is walking; remembers Broughton's father. Typed Letter. 1 p.; 28 cm.
  13. 1937, 6 Aug.: C[hilton], C[arroll] B[rent], Ogunquit, Maine To James [Broughton], New York City. Outlines his travels; stresses inward contemplation. Autograph Postcard Signed. 1 p.; 14 cm.
  14. [1937], 17 Aug.: [Greer], Howard, Hollywood To Jimmie [Broughton]. Describes day with Travis Banton; thanks him for book. Typed Letter Signed. 2 p.; 27.8 cm.
  15. [1937], 23 Aug.: [Fenton], Frank, Stanford To Jimmie [Broughton]. Reports passing his orals; George Wilson has been offered a fellowship. Typed Letter Signed. 1 p.; 28 cm.
  16. [1937], 24 Sept.: [Fenton], Frank, San Francisco To Jimmie [Broughton], New York City. Gives capsule biography of Elise Biscaccianti; report success of Howard Greer's opening; discusses friends. Typed Letter Signed. 2 p.; 28 cm.
  17. [1937], 26 Sept.]: [Greer, Howard], Hollywood To [James Broughton], New York City. Describes his Hollywood and San Francisco openings. Typed Letter Signed. 1 p.; 27.9 cm.
  18. [1937, 29 Sept.]: Scott, Evelyn, New York City To Jim Broughton, New York City. Has had the flu but hopes to see him; suggests date. Autograph Letter Signed. 2 p.; 28 cm.
  19. 1937, 19 Oct.: Wickenden, Dan, Manhasset, N.Y. To Mr. [James] Broughton, New York City. Thanks him for his "perceptive" review. Autograph Letter Signed. 2 p.; 26.7 cm.
  20. [1937, 6 Nov.]: [Cahn?] Elinor, San Francisco Jim [Broughton], New York City. Has been hired as a negotiator for Pacific Coast Labor Bureau; has been campaigning against anti-picket coordinates. Typed Letter Signed. 1 p.; 28 cm.
  21. [1937], 16 Nov.: [Fenton], Frank To Jimmie [Broughton]. Reports on Witter Bynner's visit; is acknowledge in The Magnificent Montez; asks him to have Emil Opfer call. Typed Letter Signed. 2 p.; 28 cm.
  22. [1937?], 30 Nov.: [Broughton], Jim, 1913- , New York City To Esto [Broughton]. Was visited by his brother; is anxious to hear about her plans. Typed Letter. 1 p.; 28 cm.
  23. [1937, 6 Dec.]: [Gamow], [Barbara], Perky, New York City. To James [Broughton], Modesto, Cal. Describes activities in the city. Typed Letter Signed. 2 p.; 26.6 cm.
  24. [1937, 8 Dec.]: [Gamow, Barbara Perkins Bueno], New York City To James [Broughton], Modesto, Cal. Letter in verse about recent activities. Typed Letter Signed. 2 p.; 27.9 cm.
  25. 1937, 31 Dec.: [Wallingford, Katrina] To Jim [Broughton]. Has been working for the Goldwyn office; sends New Year's greetings. Typed Letter. 4 p.; 18.7 cm.
  26. 1937, Dec.: Chilton, Carroll Brent. "A stirrup-cup of sage-tea for the season." Typed Manuscript Signed(copy) 1 p.; 27.9 cm.
  27. [1937, Dec.]: [Johnson, Jacqueline], Tucson To James [Broughton], Modesto, Cal. Has left California because of her asthma; comments on his piece in the New Republic. Typed Letter. 3 p.; 19.6 cm. Accompanied by Autograph Letter Signed. 2 p.; 19.6 cm. and Autograph Note Signed. 1 p. 10 cm.
  28. [1937]: [Broughton], Jim, 1913- , New Orleans. To [Esto Broughton]. Is about to take a train to New York; reacts to Dr. Morton's autobiography; relays his mother's hopes for him; doesn't plan to return to California "for some years." Typed Letter Signed. 2 p.; 24.9 cm.
  29. [1937]: [Broughton], Jim, 1913- , New York City. To Esto [Broughton]. Thanks her for sending money; wishes his book were better; asks about his grandfather. Typed Letter. 1 p.; 27.9 cm.
  30. 3[1937]: Broughton, James, 1913- "The captain wants his sauerkraut juice." Typed Story. 19 p.; 27.7 cm.
  31. 1937: Broughton, James, 1913- "The enameled baroness." Typed Story. 21 p.; 27.8 cm.
  32. 1937: Broughton, James, 1913- "Love." Typed Story. 19 p.; 27.7 cm.
  33. ca. 1937: [Broughton, James Richard, 1913- ] "Robin Hood's barn." Typed Manuscript. 25 p.; 26.8 cm. Notes for a play. Also called "Weekend".
  34. [1937]: [Greer, Howard], Hollywood To [James Broughton]. Reports loss of letter; has been invited to Vancouver. Typed Letter Signed. 1p.; 27.8 cm.
  35. [1937]: [Scott], Evelyn To Jim [Broughton]. Suggests dinner; is sorry he is leaving. Typed Letter. 1p.; 28.1 cm.
  36. [1938], 12 Jan.: [Wood], Mother [Olga], -1939, Arrowhead Springs, Cal. To [James Broughton], New York City. Was happy to see him at the holidays; refers to family matters. Autograph Letter Signed. 3 p.; 19.6 cm.
  37. [1938, 14 Jan.]: [Johnson], Jacqueline, Tucson To James [Broughton], New York City. Thanks him for gift; was pleased to see him. Typed Letter Signed. 1 p.; 27.8 cm.
  38. [1938, 21 Feb.]: [Maxwell], Helene, New York City To Jim [Broughton], Pembroke, Bermuda. Remarks about the winter weather; will continue research on Standard Oil; comments on "Our Town" and "The Cradle Will Rock"; visited Lola Ridge and Witter Bynner. Autograph Letter Signed. 4 p.; 26.6 cm.
  39. [1938, 8 Mar.]: [Johnson], Jacqueline, Tucson To [James Broughton], Pembroke, Bermuda. Discusses the current international situation; describes annual rodeo; mention visit to Bisbee; lists recent reading. Typed Letter Signed. 3 p.; 27.8 cm.
  40. 1938, 14 Mar.: Wickenden, Dan, Manhasset, N.Y. To James Broughton, Pembroke, Bermuda. Has abandoned his second novel; is adopting portion of Our Mutual Friendfor the stage. Typed Letter Signed. 1 p.; 27.9 cm.
  41. 1938, 18 Mar.: [Clark, Axton], Don[ald B.], New York City To Jimmy [Broughton]. Describes symtoms of his tuberculosis; presents autobiographical limerick; alludes to Hitler. Autograph Letter Signed. 2 p.; 24.1 cm.
  42. 1938, Mar. 27: Clark, Axton, New York City To [James Broughton], Pembroke, Bermuda. Addresses letter to his cat. Autograph Letter Signed. 1 p.; 27.8 cm.
  43. [1938, 1 April]: [Wood], Mother [Olga], -1939, San Francisco To Jim [Broughton], Pembroke, Bermuda. Gives him his grandfather's condition; gossips; feels he's being secretive; wishes he weren't living off his investments. Autograph Letter Signed. 4 p.; 20.5 cm.
  44. 1938, 2, 6 April: [Broughton], J[ames], 1913- , Pembroke, Bermuda To Esto [Broughton]. Quotes from letter from his brother; expresses his disappointment in her; feels his aunt understands him; is free of his mother and "I intend to remain so." Typed Letter Signed. 2 p.; 27.9 cm.
  45. 1938, 9 April: Wickenden, Dan, Manhasset, N.Y. To J[ames] B[roughton]. Reports The Running of the Deerhas been chosen the Book of the Month by the Evening Standard; describes his play; has begun a novel; suggests Broughton consider sending his to William Morros. Typed Letter Signed. 2 p.; 27.8 cm.
  46. 1938, 13 April: B[roughton]. E[sto], Sacramento, Cal. To Jim [Broughton], Pembroke, Bermuda. Discusses the "innerself" and Christian Science; suggests he overcome the problem with his mother. Typed Letter. 2 p.; 26.7 cm.
  47. 1938, 13 April: [Clark, Axton Donald B ] To Jimmy [Broughton]. Discusses Italian grammar; mentions mutual friends. Autograph Letter Signed. 1 p.; 27.9 cm. On verso: carbon of Clark's poem, "The Multiples."
  48. 1938, 14 April: [Broughton], Esto, Sacramento, Cal. To Jim [Broughton]. Plans to move and travel; believes his feelings toward his mother will improve; reinterprets Easter. Typed Letter Signed. 2 p.; 26.7 cm.
  49. [1938, 20 May]: [Johnson], Jacqueline, Tucson To James [Broughton], New York City. Plans to return to California to write thesis; has been writing State Department to lift embargo against Spain. Typed Letter Signed. 2 p.; 27.9 cm.
  50. [1938], 19 July: [Broughton], Jim, 1913- , New York City To [Esto Broughton]. Feels they are more alike "than any other pair in the family"; thinks he should be a dramatist. Typed Letter. 1 p.; 27.9 cm.
  51. [1938], 16 Aug.: [Broughton], J[im], 1913- , New York City To Esto [Broughton]. Hopes his book is good; finds narrative "painfully difficult" to write; wishes to be at peace with his mother. Typed Letter Signed. 1 p.; 28 cm.
  52. 1938, 3 Sept.: Stewart, Margaret Elizabeth, Victoria Park, Bermuda To [James Broughton], New York City. Hopes to know him better; recounts their meeting; teases him. Autograph Letter Signed. 8 p.; 21.7 cm.
  53. 1938, 3 Sept.: [Steward], Peg, Victoria Park, Bermuda To Tony [Broughton]. Expresses her appreciation for her brother's kindness; asks about the progress of his book. Autograph Letter Signed. 8 p.; 18.2 cm.
  54. [1938, Sept.?]: [Broughton], Jim, 1913- , New York City To Esto [Broughton]. Describes Hitler's voice as "blood-curdling"; can't leave New York at the moment; is nearly out of money; will review books for the Herald Tribune. Typed Letter. 1 p.; 27.9 cm.
  55. 1938, 18 Oct.: [Stewart], Peg, Victoria Park, Bermuda To Tony [Broughton]. Hopes to fly up to see him; invents scenario of their meeting; relays message to her brother. Autograph Letter Signed. 8 p.; 18.1 cm.
  56. [1938, Oct?]: [Broughton], Jim, 1913- , New York City To Esto [Broughton]. Espresses hope for his grandfather's recover; enjoyed Martha's Vineyard. Typed Letter 1 p.; 27.8 cm.
  57. [1938], 1 Nov.: [Broughton], Jim, 1913- , New York City To Esto [Broughton]. Sat between Fannie Hurst and Moss Hart at the ballet; reports his mother isn't well; asks about his grandfather's health; is giving a speech. Typed Letter. 1 p.; 28 cm.
  58. [1938, 3 Nov.]: [Wood], Mother [Olga], -1939, San Francisco To Jim [Broughton], New York City. Expresses hurt at his lack of confidence with her; feels she's had to shield him; wants to talk things over; encloses check. Autograph Letter Signed. 4 p.; 27 cm.
  59. [1938, Nov.]: [Broughton], Nick, at sea To Jim [Broughton], New York City. Is keeping at his writing while traveling. Typed Letter Signed. 1 p.; 28.2 cm.
  60. [1938, Nov.]: [Wood], Mother [Olga], -1939. To Jim [Broughton]. Feels he is too introspective; her health may prevent her from traveling east; suggests he look up Phillip Hart. Autograph Letter Signed. 4 p.; 19.9 cm.
  61. [1938], 3 Dec.: [Broughton], Esto, Carmel, Cal. To Jim [Broughton], New York City. Considers possibility of her stepmother breaking her father's will; discusses the events following her Father's death. Typed Letter. 2 p.; 27.9 cm. Accompanied by copy of L.D. and an obituary of J.R. Broughton.
  62. [1938], 15 Dec.: [Broughton], Esto, Carmel, Cal. To Jim [Broughton]. Notifies him of her stepmother's legal moves; asks if he's coming west. Typed Letter. 1 p.; 27.9 cm.
  63. [1938], 15 Dec.: [Broughton], J[im], 1913- , New York City To Esto [Broughton]. Reports a Knopf editor liked his novel; discusses plays he's seen. Typed Letter Signed. 1 p.; 28.2 cm.
  64. [1938], 21 Dec.: [Broughton], Jim, 1913- , New York City To Esto [Broughton]. Sends Christmas greetings to her and the family. Autograph Letter Signed 2 p.;20.4 cm.
  65. 1938, 31 Dec.: [Dunscombe], H[arlan], Bermuda To Jimmy [Broughton], New York City. Thanks him for book; sends New Year's greetings. Autograph Letter Signed. 2 p.; 28.7 cm.
  66. [1938, Dec.?]: [Broughton], Jim, 1913- , New York City To Esto [Broughton]. Discusses his grandparents; feels his brother's writing has improved; urges her to see Angna Enters. Typed Letter. 1p.; 28.2cm.
  67. [1938]: Broughton, James, 1913- Nights in November. Typed Novel. 379 [i.e. 387] p.; 28 cm. Accompanied by carbon copy, autograph notes and draft material. (folder 1 of 2)
  68. [1938]: Broughton, James, 1913- Nights in November. Typed Novel. 379 [i.e. 387] p.; 28 cm. Accompanied by carbon copy, autograph notes and draft material. (folder 2 of 2)
  69. 1939, 15 Jan.: Young, Stanley, New York City To Mr. [James] Broughton, San Francisco. Reveals The Hitchhikerhas been a controversial manuscript at Harcourt, Brace but that they've decided against publishing it; looks forward to his next manuscript. Typed Letter Signed. 1 p.; 28 cm.
  70. 1939, 16 Jan.: Joseph, Nannine, New York City To Mr. [James] Broughton, New York City. Enjoyed Nights in November but objects to one character's confession; feels the novel is publishable but without "much commercial value." Typed Letter Signed. 1 p.; 25.5 cm.
  71. 1939, 23 Jan.: Joseph, Nannine, New York City To Mr. [James] Broughton. Sends contract for him to sign; comments on character in his novel; asks him to send short stories. Typed Letter Signed. 1 p.; 25.5 cm.
  72. 1939, 31 Jan.: Joseph, Nannine, New York City To Mr. [James]Broughton. Suggests he find another agent for his plays; acknowledges receipt of short stories. Typed Letter Signed. 1 p.; 25.5 cm.
  73. 1939, 1 Feb.: Joseph, Nannine, New York City To Mr. [James] Broughton, Miami. Feels he isn't a short story writer; gives critique of submitted stories. Typed Letter Signed. 1 p.; 25.5 cm.
  74. 1939, 7 Feb.: [Sloane], Sam, New York City To Nannine [Joseph]. Finds Nights in November lacks focus and pace but feels James Broughton has "real ability." Typed Letter (copy). 1 p.; 25.4 cm. Typed note to Mr. Broughton at bottom of letter signed Nannine Joseph.
  75. 1939, 8 Feb. : Joseph, Nanine, New York City To Mr. [James] Broughton. Is sorry to learn of his dental problem; believes "an agent is fairly useless unless completely honest." Typed Letter Signed. 1 p.; 25.5 cm.
  76. [1939, 28 Mar.]: _____, G[eorge], Alandale, Fla. To Jimmie [Broughton], Daytona Beach, Fla. Invites him to the farm. Autograph Letter Signed. 1 p.; 19.8 cm.
  77. [1939, 17 April]: [Wood], Mother [Olga], -1939, San Francisco. To Jimmie [Broughton], Dover, N.H. Wishes he'd keep her better informed of his whereabouts; prefers personal news to descriptions of places he visits. Autograph Letter Signed. 2 p.; 20.3 cm.
  78. 1939, 12 May: Joseph, Nannine, New York City To Mr. [James] Broughton. Quotes from letter of Barry Benefield; will continue trying to find a publisher for his novel. Typed Letter Signed. 1 p.; 25.5 cm.
  79. [1939], 21 May: [Maxwell, Helene], Pasadena, Cal. To James [Broughton], New York City. Explains delay in answering his letter; prefers New York to California; plans to write biography of Francis J. Heney. Autograph Letter Signed. 3 p.; 27.8 cm.
  80. 1939, 3 June: [Clark, Axton] Don[ald B.], Denver To James [Broughton]. Thanks him for his visit; tells what he's done since. Typed Letter Signed. 1 p. 27.8 cm.
  81. 1939, 16 June: [Clark], Axton, Denver To James [Broughton]. Recalls visits to Steamboat Springs; discusses Houghton-Mifflin Fellowship; comments on recent readings. Typed Letter Signed. 2 p.; 27.8 cm.
  82. 1939, 11 July: [Steward], Peg, Victoria Park, Bermuda To Tony [Broughton]. Sympathizes with his concern over his mother's illness; reports effects of drought. Autograph Letter Signed. 4 p.; 19.3 cm.
  83. 1939, 24 July: Williams, Will, Honolulu To Jim [Broughton]. Is reporting for a Japanese newspaper; working on a collection of poems; relates his personal happiness. Autograph Letter Signed. 1 p.; 27.7 cm. Accompanied by 3 snapshots.
  84. 1939, 29 July: [Nicolay], Helen, 1966-1954, Holderness, N.H. To Jimmie [Broughton]. Is working on canal book; asks about his family. Autograph Letter Signed. 4 p.; 17.5 cm.
  85. 1939, 30 July: [Clark], Axton, Denver To James [Broughton], San Francisco. Encloses "skit." Autograph Letter Signed. 2p. 27.9 cm. Accompanied by "Eleanora and Adolfus," Typed Manuscript. 4 p.; 27.9 cm.
  86. 1939, 1 Aug.: [Joseph], Nannine, New York City To Mr. [James] Broughton, San Francisco. Explains delay in answering his letter; regrets learning of his mother's illness; encloses letter about Nights in November. Typed Letter Signed. 1 p.; 25.6 cm. Accompanied by Typed Letter Signed. 1 p.; 27.8 cm. to Miss Joseph from Bill [S___].
  87. 1939, 2 Aug.: [Clark], Axton, Denver To James [Broughton], San Francisco. Reacts to telegram announcing the death of Broughton's mother. Autograph Letter Signed. 2 p.; 27.6 cm.
  88. [1939, 3 Aug.]: [Gamow], [Barbara] Perky, New York City To James [Broughton], San Francisco. Sympathizes over his mother's death; expresses concern of friends. Typed Letter Signed. 1 p.; 27.9 cm.
  89. [1939, 5 Aug.]: Alicie, New York To James [Broughton], San Francisco. Expresses sympathy; mentions mutual friends. Autograph Letter Signed. 4 p.; 19.3 cm.
  90. 1939, 6 Aug.: [Clark], Axton, Colorado Springs, Colo. To Jimmie [Broughton]. Met Robert L. Crowell, who took his manuscripts with him to New York. Autograph Letter Signed. 2 p.; 27.9 cm.
  91. 1939, 8 Aug.: [Nicolay], Helen, 1966-1954, Holderness, N.H. To Jimmie and Nick [Broughton], Cohasset Beach, Wash. Expresses sympathy at death of their mother. Autograph Letter Signed. 2 p.; 17.6 cm.
  92. 1939, 10 Aug.: [Broughton], Jim, 1913- , Cohasset Beach, Wash. To Esto [Broughton]. Thanks her for her sympathy and understanding; wants to return to California soon. Typed Letter. 1 p.; 28.1 cm.
  93. 1939, 12 Aug. [Clark], Axton, Denver To James [Broughton], Westport, Wash. Asks him to reconsider avenging his mother's death; relates details of uncle's visit. Typed Letter Signed. 2 p.; 27.8 cm. Accompanied by newspaper clippings.
  94. [1939], 15 Aug.: [Broughton], Esto, Modesto, Cal. To Nick and Jim [Broughton], Cohasset Beach, Washington. Discusses their mother; asks if they'll dog sit when she goes east; inquires about their financial situation. Typed Letter. 2 p.; 27.7 cm.
  95. [1939], 17 Aug.: Cannon, Myrta Jane, Lenox, Mass. To Jimmie [Broughton], San Francisco. Reflects on his feelings about the death of his mother; misses him; outlines her social engagements. Autograph Letter Signed. 4 p.; 16.5 cm.
  96. [1939, 18 Aug.]: [Hussa, Cora Warburton], Montclair, N.J. To Jimmie [Broughton], San Francisco. Extends sympathy at the news of his mother's death. Autograph Letter Signed. 4 p.; 10.2 cm.
  97. 1939, 18 Aug.: [Stewart], M[argaret] E[lizabeth], Victoria Parka, Bermuda To Tony [Broughton]. Thanks him for book; asks about his mother; wants to see him. Autograph Letter Signed. 4 p.; 19.3 cm.
  98. 1939, 19 Aug.: [Stewart], Margaret Elizabeth, Bermuda To [James] Broughton, San Francisco. Sends sympathy. Telegram. 1 p.; 14 cm.
  99. 1939, 21 Aug.: [Stewart], Peg, Victoria Park Bermuda To Tony [Broughton], San Francisco. Shares her feelings about his mother's death; is happy he was able to talk over their differences. Autograph Letter Signed. 4 p.; 18.1 cm.
  100. 1939, 27 Aug.: [Watson], Hillary, Hamilton, Bermuda To Jim [Broughton], Modesto, Cal. Has temporarily cancelled trip to Europe; reports on visit of friends. Autograph Letter Signed. 4 p.; 17.6 cm.
  101. [1939], 2 Sept.: [Wallingford], Katrina, New York City To James [Broughton], Modesto, Cal. Sympathizes with him over the death of his mother; spent over six weeks at home; is separating from John; hopes to get a job. Typed Letter Signed. 3 p.; 25 cm.
  102. [1939], 13 Sept.: [Maxwell], Helene, Pasadena, Cal. To Jim [Broughton], Modesto, Cal. Expresses sympathy; invites him to visit; plans to delay marriage until she finishes her Ph.D.; believes America will enter war. Autograph Letter Signed. 4 p,; 17.7 cm.
  103. [1939, 15 Sept.]: [Maxwell, Helene], Pasadena, Cal. To Jim [Broughton], Modesto, Cal. Tinds scholarship "intolerably dull"; wonders how soon America will be in the war. Autograph Postcard Signed. 1 p.; 14 cm.
  104. [1939, Sept.?]: [Broughton], James, 1913- , San Francisco To Esto [Broughton]. Has taken a room on Geary Street; must finish his book; helped place his mother's urn in family vault; his stepfather reports her estate is worth $100,000. Typed Letter Signed. 1 p.; 27.8 cm.
  105. 1939, 18 Nov.: Joseph, Nannine, New York City To Mr. [James] Broughton. Believes they should try only "first rate publisher"; disagrees with title change. Typed Letter Signed. 1 p.; 25.5 cm.
  106. 1939, 20 Nov.: [Williams], Will, San Francisco To Jim [Broughton]. Has found someone to "talk seriously" with; is going to the opera; has been investigating modern poetry; quotes David Seabury. Autograph Letter Signed. 3 p.; 27.8 cm.
  107. [1939, Nov.]: ____, George, Allandale, Fla. To Jimmy [Broughton], San Francisco. Is sorry to hear of the death of his mother; remembers their time together. Autograph Letter Signed. 2 p.; 19.6 cm.
  108. 1939, 3 Dec.: [Hussa, Cora Warburton], Montclair, N.J. To Jimmie [Broughton], San Francisco. Announces her husband's death. Autograph Letter Signed. 1 p.; 27.8 cm. Accompanied by obituary of Theodore Frederick Hussa.
  109. [1939, 15 Dec.]: [Johnson], Jacqueline, Los Altos, Cal. To James [Broughton], San Francisco. Describes weather damage and other house problems; discusses Spanish problems. Autograph Letter Signed. 8 p.; 17.4 cm.
  110. [1939], 19 Dec.]: [Clark], Axton, Denver To James [Broughton], San Francisco. Has been ill and living on credit. Autograph Letter Signed. 2 p.; 27.8 cm.
  111. 1939, 26 Dec.: [Everritt], Guevara, New York City To Jim [Broughton], San Francisco. Expresses sympathy concerning his mother; reports Leland Hayward has her play; has been writing stories for children. Autograph Letter Signed. 4 p.; 21 cm.
  112. [1939]: [Gamow], [Barbara], Perky, Riverside, Conn. To James [Broughton]. Expresses astonishment at learning of his mother's illness; relates her dreams. Typed Letter Signed. 1 p.; 28 cm.
  113. [1939]: [Gamow], [Barbara], Perky, New York City To James [Broughton]. Reacts to telegram informing of his mother's death. Typed Letter Signed. 1 p.; 27.6 cm.
  114. [1939]: _____, G[eorge], New York City To Jimmie [Broughton]. Won't consider another relationship until he's heard from Broughton. Autograph Letter Signed. 1 p.; 24 cm.
  115. [1939?]: [Broughton], James, 1913- , San Francisco To Esto [Broughton]. Reports gifts from his stepfather; his brother talked to Senator Vandenberg. Typed Letter. 1 p.; 19.7 cm.
  116. [1939?]: [Broughton], J[ames], 1913- , San Francisco To Esto [Broughton]. Return's his brother's letter; plans to see her. Typed Letter. 1 p.; 28 cm.
  117. [1939?]: [Broughton], James Richard, 1913- ]. "House guest." Typed Manuscript. 34 p.; 28 cm. Drafts of story with outlines and notes.
  118. [1939?]: [Williams], Will, Honolulu To Jim [Broughton]. Asks for "the reconstruction of friendship"; sympathizes with his grief; suggests he hope for the best." Typed Letter Signed. 1 p.; 27.7 cm.

Correspondence and Manuscripts, 1940, Jan.-1948, Dec.

Box 5
Folder -- Contents

  1. 1940, 9 Jan.: Alicie, Croton-on-Hudson, New York To James [Broughton], San Francisco. Sends New Year's greetings; spent Christmas Eve with Kathryn Hulme. Autograph Letter Signed. 2 p.; 26.8 cm.
  2. 1940, 30 Jan.: [Broughton], Esto, Nebraska To James [Broughton], San Francisco. Thanks him for gifts; saw her stepbrother at the station; describes the countryside. Autograph Letter Signed. 5 p.; 22.7 cm.
  3. 1940, 26 April: [Williams], Will, Honolulu To Jim [Broughton]. Feels Broughton is refusing "to enter into any detailed communication"; still seeks reconstruction of friendship. Typed Letter Signed. 1 p.; 27.9 cm.
  4. 1940, 7 May: [Clark], Axton, Denver To James [Broughton]. Reflects on atomic energy and the world situation; discusses his finances and his work. Autograph Letter Signed. 4 p.; 27.7 cm.
  5. [1940, 13 May]: [Wallingford], Katrina, New York City To James [Broughton], San Francisco. Will send him his records; hopes to visit San Francisco; has been writing for radio. Typed Letter. 3 p.; 27.9 cm.
  6. 1940, 14 May: [Broughton], Esto, Modesto, Cal. To Nick [Broughton]. Intercedes in disagreement with his brother. Typed Letter (carbon). 1 p.; 28.2 cm.
  7. [1940, 15 May]: [Broughton], Nick, Washington, D.C. To Jim [Broughton], San Francisco. Reports conversation with his step-father concerning settlement of their mother's estate; was upset at his letter; prefers not to quarrel. Typed Letter. 2 p.; 26.7 cm.
  8. 1940, 15 May]: [Clark], Axton, Denver To James [Broughton], San Francisco. Discusses their financial situations; comments on Faulkner and Yeats; describes conditions of his diabetes; suggests cat's name; reacts to war news. Autograph Letter Signed. 6 p.; 27.9 cm.
  9. 1940, 21 May: [Clark], Axton, Denver To James [Broughton]. Reacts to world news; mentions his physical conditions; thanks him for kindnesses. Autograph Letter Signed. 2 p.; 27.9 cm.
  10. 1940, 24 May: [Wood], Dad [William], San Francisco To Jimmie [Broughton], San Francisco. Refers to their phone conversation; discusses financial details of his mother's estate; encloses papers removed from safe deposit box. Typed Letter Signed. 1 p.; 26.8 cm. Accompanies by three deeds, 1915-16.
  11. [1940], 1 July: [Maxwell], H[elene], New York City To James [Broughton], San Francisco. Is doing bibliographical work; will be going west; gossips about mutual friends. Typed Letter Signed. 3 p.; 27.8 cm.
  12. 1940, 5 July, [Williams], Will, Honolulu To Jim [Broughton], San Francisco. Stresses survival; needs "the faith of my friends"; predicts worsening world situation. Typed Letter Signed. 2 p.; 27.8 cm. Accompanied by "Dark Binnacle." Typed Manuscript 1 p.; 27.9 cm.
  13. 1940, 9 July: [Hunt], Bob, 1907- , Chapala, Mexico To Jim [Broughton], San Francisco. Has been ill; would like to stay with him if he comes to San Francisco alone but if he comes with Witter Bynner they'll stay at a hotel. Autograph Letter Signed. 2 p.; 27.5 cm.
  14. 1940, 10 Sept.: [Clark], Axton, Denver To James [Broughton], San Francisco. Refers to his health; asks if he'll send Clark's books; comments on Mann's Lotte in Weimer. Typed Letter Signed. 1 p.; 28 cm.
  15. 1940, 24 Sept. Sowden, Jack, Tarzana, Cal. To Jimmy Broughton, at sea. Asks for "information regarding Fletcher incorporated (sic)." Radiogram. 1 p.; 17.8 cm. Accompanied by two obituaries of Stoughton Fletcher III.
  16. 1940, 18 Oct.: [Wood], Dad [William], San Francisco To Jim [Broughton], San Francisco. Encloses statement of account; notifies him of amount of inheritance tax and other financial details. Typed Letter Signed. 1 p.; 26.8 cm. Accompanied by 10 account statements, 1940-43, and list of stocks "as of July 22, 1941".
  17. 1940, 29 Oct.: [Clark], Axton, Denver To James [Broughton]. Responds to his adventures; elaborates on recent reading; comments on the war. Typed Letter Signed. 1 p.; 27.9 cm.
  18. 1940, 6 Nov.: Reiss, Alfred, New York City To Mr. [James] Broughton, San Francisco. Analyzes his handwriting. Typed Letter Signed. 2 p.; 28 cm.
  19. [1941], 1 April: [Fenton], Francois, San Francisco To James [Broughton], New York City. Writes of new book which covers same subject as his thesis; Ruth Witt has formed new group; mentions friends. Typed Letter Signed. 2 p.; 27.9 cm.
  20. [1941], 14 May: [Cannon, Myrta Jane], New York City To Jimmie [Broughton], San Francisco. Has been ill; discusses world situation; hopes his novel will be published; mentions mutual friend. Autograph Letter Signed. 6 p.; 17.2 cm.
  21. 1941, 9 June: [Clark], Axton, Denver To James [Broughton]. Has had "another severe attack"; thanks him for check; comments on Hitchhiker. Typed Letter Signed. 1 p.; 28 cm.
  22. [1941], 27 July: [Gamow], [Barbara] Poiky, New York City To James [Broughton], San Francisco. Reacts to his depression; hopes he can join her in Montana. Typed Letter Signed. 2 p.; 27.9 cm.
  23. [1941, 8 Sept.]: [Gamow], [Barbara], Poiky, New York City To [James Broughton], San Francisco. Thanks him for his hospitality; describes trip back; discusses friend. Typed Letter Signed. 2 p.; 27.9 cm.
  24. 1941, 12 Sept.: [Hunt, Robert, 1907- ], Santa Fe To [James Broughton], San Francisco. Plans to come to his party but Witter Bynner can't. Typed Letter Signed. 3 p.; 20.2 cm.
  25. 1941, Sept.: [Hunt], Robert, 1907- , Santa Fe To James [Broughton]. Recalls their meeting. Typed Letter Signed. 2 p.; 27.4 cm.
  26. [1941, 1 Oct.]: [Hunt, Robert, 1907- ] To [James Broughton]. Creates fictional tale. Typed Letter Signed. 8 p.; 28.1 cm.
  27. [1941, 16 Oct.]: [Hunt], Bob, 1907- , Santa Fe To Jimmy [Broughton], San Francisco. Is pleased he found ring Witter Bynner gave him; gives critical reaction to This Wider Glare. Typed Letter Signed. 3 p.; 28.1 cm.
  28. 1941, [19?]Oct.: [Hunt, B[ob], 1907- ], Santa Fe To [James Broughton], San Francisco. Has yet to receive ring; describes party. Typed Letter Signed. 2 p.; 20.2 cm.
  29. 1941, 21 Oct.: [Hunt, Robert, 1907- ], Santa Fe To Jaime [Broughton], San Francisco. Thanks him for sending ring. Typed Letter Signed. 4 p.; 20.2 cm.
  30. [1941], 4 Nov.: [Hunt], Bob, 1907- , Santa Fe To James [Broughton], San Francisco. Advises against moving to Alaska. Typed Letter Signed. 2 p.; 20.2 cm.
  31. [1941, 6 Nov.]: ____, Max, Fort Lawton, Wash. To Jim [Broughton], San Francisco. Hasn't forgotten him; is going to Alaska. Autograph Postcard Signed. 1 p.; 14 cm.
  32. [1941, 21 Nov.]: [Kastner], G[ene], Monterey, Cal. To Jimmy [Broughton], San Francisco. Will be sent soon to unknown destination for remainder of training; looks forward to "a culturally civilized life." Autograph Letter Signed. 3 p.; 20.2 cm.
  33. 1941, 6 Dec.: [Hunt], B[ob], 1907- , Santa Fe To Jaime [Broughton], San Francisco. Plans to visit Mexico with Witter Bynner; asks for a description of his new apartment; suggests reading Apoll Sleeps which Carl Van Vechten had recommended to him; inquires about friends. Typed Letter Signed. 6 p.; 20.2 cm.
  34. [1941, 9 Dec.]: [Kastner], Gene, Camp Barkley, Texas To Jimmy [Broughton], San Francisco. Reacts to Japanese bombings; predicts own death; expresses depression. Autograph Letter Signed. 7 p.; 20.2 cm.
  35. 1941, 13 Dec.: [Clark], Axton, Denver To James [Broughton]. Reacts to Pearl Harbor and the San Francisco blackout; comments on rights of the individuals; thanks him for check. Typed Letter Signed. 2 p.; 28 cm.
  36. 1941, 19 Dec.: [Hunt], B[ob], 1907- , Santa Fe To James [Broughton], San Francisco. Has enlisted in the Navy; philosophizes about the war. Typed Letter Signed. 6 p.; 20.2 cm.
  37. [1941, 22 Dec.]: [Kastner], Gene, Camp Barkeley, Texas To Jimmy [Broughton], San Francisco. Commiserates at prospects of Broughton's being drafted; suggests alternatives; prepares him for the army's initial "breaking of the spirit." Autograph Letter Signed. 13 p.; 20.2 cm.
  38. [1941, 29 Dec.]: [Kastner], Gene, Camp Barkeley, Texas To Jimmy [Broughton], San Francisco. Thanks him for gift; hopes for office job. Autograph Letter Signed. 5 p.; 20.1 cm.
  39. [1941?]: [Gamow], [Barbara] Poiky, New York City To [James Broughton]. Hasn't heard from Knopf about his novel; gives her reaction to it. Typed Letter Signed. 1 p.; 27.8 cm.
  40. [1941]: Broughton, James, 1913- "Rupert and Julia." Typed Story. 12 p.; 27.9 cm. Accompanied by Typed Letter. 2 p.; 21.5 cm.; dated Oct. 27, 1941, mentioning the story and originally paper clipped to it.
  41. 1941: Hunt, Robert. "Those who would be lost." Typed Poem Signed. 1 p.; 27.9 cm.
  42. [1942, 5 Jan.]: [Kastner], Gene, Camp Barkeley, Texas To Jimmy [Broughton], San Francisco. Wishes "to live for eternal art"; will move shortly. Autograph Letter Signed. 4 p.; 20 cm.
  43. 1942, 15 Jan.: Young, Stanley, Harcourt, Brace and Company, Inc., New York To Mr. [James] Broughton, San Francisco. Turned down publishing Hitchhiker; "final effect of the work is pretty depressing"; encouraged him to send other work. Typed Letter Signed. 1 p.; 28 cm.
  44. 1942, 28 Jan.: [Dunscombe], Harlan, Bermuda To James [Broughton], San Francisco. Appreciates his letter; hopes war will soon be over; mentions Churchill's visit; suggests meeting a friend of his. Autograph Letter Signed. 2 p.; 25.2 cm.
  45. 1942, 29 Jan.: [Kastner], Gene, Little Rock, Ark. To Jimmy [Broughton], San Francisco. Describes trip to Arkansas and new assignment; inquires about his military status. Autograph Letter Signed. 6 p.; 19.9 cm.
  46. 1942, 25 Feb.: Hunt], Bob, 1907- , Santa Fe To Jaime [Broughton], San Francisco. Disappointed by being rejected by the Navy; will become a Deputy Sheriff for the Selective Service; gossips about friends. Typed Letter Signed. 6 p.; 20.2 cm.
  47. 1942, 26 Feb.-10 Mar.: [Clark], Axton, Denver To James [Broughton]. Details composition and performance of music from suite for Broughton; letter interrupted by Clark's illness. Typed Letter Signed. 3 p. 28 cm.
  48. [1942, Mar.]: [Hunt], B[ob], 1907- To Jaime [Broughton]. "...a drunken note"; sends picture in Valentino's hat taken by Carl Van Vechten. Typed Letter Signed. 4 p.; 20.2 cm. Accompanied by Typed Letter Signed. 4 p.; 20.2 cm.
  49. [1942], 12 April: [Cannon, Myrta Jane], Daytona Beach, Fla. To Jimmie [Broughton], San Francisco. Plans to return to New York; inquires about the draft; wants to see him. Autograph Letter Signed. 6 p.; 17 cm.
  50. 1942, 23 April: [Hunt], Bob, 1907- , Santa Fe To James [Broughton], San Francisco. Writes about his new poems; asks where he is living. Typed Letter Signed. 2 p.; 20.2 cm.
  51. [1942, April]: [Sowden], Jack, Los Angeles To James [Broughton], San Francisco. Discusses his medical situation; remains uncertain about his military assignment. Typed Letter Signed. 2 p.; 27.9 cm.
  52. [1942, April]: [Sowden], Jack, Los Angeles To Jimmy [Broughton], San Francisco. Discusses his health; hopes to be accepted by the Navy; mentions Howard [Greer]. Typed Letter Signed. 2 p.; 27.9 cm.
  53. 1942, April: Hunt, Robert. "Tomorrow and tomorrow." Typed Poem Signed. 2 p.; 27.9 cm.
  54. [1942, 18 May]: [Broughton], Nick, Glendora, Cal. To James [Broughton], San Francisco. Describes civilian public service camp and fellow objectors. Autograph Letter Signed. 2 p.; 28.1 cm.
  55. [1942, 37 May]: [Hunt], Bob, 1907- , Santa Fe To [James Broughton], San Francisco. Discusses surrealism and romanticism; philosophizes on contemporary art; gives his opinion of Charles Henri Ford. Typed Letter Signed. 13 p.; 27.9 cm. Accompanied by "Visions Fugitives," Typed Manuscript. 5 p.; 27.9 cm.
  56. 1942, 31 May: [Clark], Axton, Denver To James [Broughton]. Survived an "acute crisis"; wrote a piano sonata; visited by Mari Sandoz. Typed Letter Signed. 1 p.; 27.9 cm.
  57. [1942, May]: [Broughton], Nick, Glendora, Cal. To James [Broughton]. Dislikes group living; suggests he write before visiting. Autograph Letter Signed. 2 p; 27.9 cm.
  58. 1942, 30 June: [Nelson], Martha, Reno, Nev. To Jimmy [Broughton], San Francisco. Waiting for divorce. Autograph Letter Signed. 2 p.; 26.5 cm.
  59. [1942, June]: [Broughton], Nick, Glendora, Cal. To James [Broughton]. Reviews his reading; hopes to see his brother. Typed Letter. 1 p; 27.9 cm.
  60. [1942, June]: [Broughton], Nick, Glendora, Cal. To James [Broughton], San Francisco. Feels oppressed by restrictions; reacts to Erewhon; quotes Goeth. Typed Letter. 2 p.; 28 cm.
  61. [1942, June?]: [Broughton], Nick, Glendora, Cal. To James [Broughton]. Surveys the pacifists in camp; describes the work. Autograph Letter Signed. 2 p.; 28 cm.
  62. [1942, July]: [Broughton], Nick, Glendora, Cal. To James [Broughton]. Thanks him for fruit; describes fire-fighting; hopes for furlough. Typed Letter. 2 p; 28 cm.
  63. [1942, July]: [Broughton], Nick, Glendora, Cal. To James [Broughton]. Has applied for furlough; responds to Walt Whitman; has moved to better quarters. Typed Letter. 2 p.; 28 cm.
  64. [1942]: [Broughton], Nick, Glendora, Cal. To James [Broughton]. Quotes Tolstoy; inquires about his play. Typed Letter. 2 p.; 28 cm.
  65. [1942, Aug.?]: [Broughton], Nick, Glendora, Cal. To James [Broughton]. Relays news of latest fire; feels he will endure camp. Typed Letter. 2 p.; 27.8 cm.
  66. [1942]: [Broughton], Nick To James [Broughton]. Advises about his play; thanks him for books. Typed Letter. 1 p.; 27.9 cm.
  67. 1943, 4 June: [Clark], Axton To James [Broughton]. Gives specialist's diagnosis. Autograph Letter Signed. 1 p.; 28 cm.
  68. 1943, 7 July: [Clark], Axton, Denver To James [Broughton]. Is in pain and without income; requests financial aid. Autograph Letter Signed. 2 p.; 27.9 cm.
  69. 1943, 12 July: [Clarke], Axton To James [Broughton]. Thanks him for check; suggests he send $25 a month; details poor care in the hospital and personal pain he's enduring. Autograph Letter Signed. 2 p.; 27.7 cm.
  70. 1943, 13 July: [Clark], Axton To James [Broughton]. Asks if his discussion of his ills upsets Broughton's recovery; has been unable to sleep because of the pain. Autograph Letter Signed. 2 p; 27.7 cm.
  71. 1943, 14 July: [Clark], Axton, Denver To James [Broughton], Hollywood. Has asked Margaret Lang to send Broughton a copy of her brother's letters; has moments when even speaking puts him in spasms; comments on Hopkins. Autograph Letter Signed. 2 p.; 27.7 cm.
  72. 1943, 21 Sept.: [Johnson], Jacqueline, El Molino, Mexico To James [Broughton], New York City. Invites him to holiday in Mexico; describes recent visitors; mentions Robert Motherwell. Autograph Letter Signed. 4 p.; 27.9 cm.
  73. [1943. 29 Nov.]: [Witt-Diamant], Ruth, San Francisco To [James Broughton], New York City. Relates dream about him; advises him about live and the war; discusses the world situation. Typed Letter Signed. 2 p.; 28 cm.
  74. [1943, 11 Dec.]: [Broughton], Nick, Glendora, Cal. To James [Broughton], New York City. Celebrated his anniversary in Palm Springs; urges him not to personalize his troubles; cites his personal creed. Typed Letter 2 p.; 27.9 cm.
  75. [1943?], 23 Dec.: [Johnson], Jacqueline, El Molino, Mexico To James [Broughton], San Francisco. Sends Christmas wishes. Autograph Note Signed. 1 p.; 13.1 cm.
  76. [1943], Dec. 23: Sicher, Lydia, Los Angeles To Mr. [James] Broughton. Feels he is afraid of succeeding as a playwright; comments on his dream; hopes he frees himself. Typed Letter Signed. 2 p.; 24.1 cm.
  77. [1944], Jan. 11. : [Witt-Diamant], Ruth, San Francisco. To James [Broughton], New York City. Discusses his emotional life; comments on the war; seeks "a mature companionship." Typed Letter Signed. 2 p.; 27.9 cm.
  78. [1944], 20 Jan.: Sicher, Lydia, Los Angeles To Mr. [James] Broughton, New York City. Attempts to persuade him to choose what he wants to; believes he's shown some growth; comments on his dream. Typed Letter Signed. 2 p.; 24.1 cm.
  79. 1944, 16 Feb.: [Broughton], Esto, Modesto, Cal. To James [Broughton]. Likes his play; plans to run for Congress; heard John Raitt; feels he is more a brother to her than a nephew. Typed Letter. 2 p.; 28 cm.
  80. 1944, 26 Feb.: [Broughton], James, 1913- , New York City To Esto [Broughton]. Thanks her for sending his tuxedo; feels his play is a failure; asks if she'll run for Congress. Typed Letter. 1 p.; 27.9 cm.
  81. 1944, 28 Feb.: [Wood], Dad [William], San Francisco To Jim [Broughton], New York City. Encloses copy of estate income return form sent to Internal Revenue Service. Typed Letter Signed. 1 p; 26.6 cm.
  82. 1944, 13 Mar.: [Broughton], Esto To James [Broughton] Comments on his play; enjoys running for Congress; mentions mutual acquaintances; still waits for arrival of orphan from England. Typed Letter. 4 p.; 17.5 cm.
  83. 1944, 14 April: [Broughton], J[ames], 1913- , New York City To Esto [Broughton]. Encloses contribution to her campaign; attended opening if "The Searching Wind"; is uncertain about his summer plans. Typed Letter Signed. 2 p.; 24.1 cm.
  84. 1944, 3 May: [Broughton], James, 1913- , New York City To Esto [Broughton]. Hopes she wins seat in Congress; will come to California if his play "isn't produced; relates experience of a medium under hypnosis; Broughton hypnotized experience "my actual birth." Typed Letter. 2 p.; 24.1 cm.
  85. 1944, 16 May: B[ailey], M[argery], 1891- , Palo Alto, Cal. To James [Broughton], New York City. Discusses his play "The Loves of Lionel." Typed Letter Signed 2 p.; 27.9 cm.
  86. 1944, 31 May: [Witt-Diamant], R[uth] To Jim [Broughton], New York City. Tries to ease his discouragement about his play; suggests he return to California; comments on his weight loss. Typed Letter Signed. 1 p.; 27.9 cm.
  87. 1944, 2 June: Gassner, John, 1903-1967, New York City To Mr. [James] Broughton, New York City. Promises to "prevail upon the New School to give you some facilities for production." Typed Letter Signed. 1 p.; 27.8 cm.
  88. 1944, 3 June: Bailey, Margery, 1891- , To Jimmy [Broughton], New York City. Reviews his reactions to her criticism of "The Loves of Lionel." Typed Letter Signed. 1 p.; 27.8 cm.
  89. [1944, 4 June]: [Kastner], Gene, Louisville, Ky. To James [Broughton], New York City. Describes furlough; seeks advice for Chicago girlfriend who wants a professional singing career. Autograph Letter Signed. 4 p.; 26.6 cm.
  90. [1944, 5 Sept.]: [Witt-Diamant], R[uth], San Francisco To James [Broughton], New York City. Thanks him for a summer of "sweetness and grace that I have not known for many years." Autograph Letter Signed. 3 p.; 18.4 cm.
  91. [1944, 21 Dec.]: [Broughton], Nick, Glendora, Cal. To James [Broughton], New York City. Discussees being alone, married life and happiness; presents his guiding principles. Typed Letter. 2 p.; 27.8 cm.
  92. [1944]: [Broughton], Esto, Fresno, Cal. To [James Broughton]. Makes suggestions to improve his play. Autograph Letter Signed. 2 p.; 26.7 cm. Beginning of letter lacking.
  93. [1944]: [Broughton], Nick To James [Broughton]. May go back to Virgin Islands; reviews his reading; reports Armand Picon has joined his camp. Typed Letter. 2 p.; 28 cm.
  94. 1945, 23 June: Haskell, Marie, Millbrae, Cal. To Mr. [James] Broughton. Objects to elements of his play; can't "take part" in it. Typed Letter Signed. 1 p.; 25.8 cm.
  95. 1945, 8 July: Bailey, Margery, 1891- , Boulder, Colo. To Jim [Broughton]. Comments on title of his play; compares Boulder with Palo Alto. Typed Letter Signed. 1 p.; 26.5 cm.
  96. 1945, 19 July: [Barker], Chester, Stanford, Conn. To Jim [Broughton]. Suggests he check with the Myna Hughes before sending out any publicity; explains why he can't get clippings. Typed Letter Signed. 1 p.; 27.9 cm.
  97. [1945], 25 July: Beach, John, La Crescenta, Cal. To Jimmy Broughton, Palo Alto, Cal. Plans to see his play. Autograph Letter Signed. 1 p.; 26.4 cm.
  98. [1945, 30 July]: [Hughes], Myna [Brunton], Stanford, Cal. To James [Broughton], San Francisco. Asks what notables will attend play; advises him about his brother's reservations. Typed Letter Signed. 1 p.; 28 cm.
  99. 1945, 3 Aug.: Cannon, Myrtha Jones, Lenox, Mass. To James Broughton, Palo Alto, Cal. Wishes him well on his production; will return to New York. Telegram. 1 p.; 14.5 cm.
  100. 1945, 3 Aug.: Hart, Marion, Bronxville, N.Y. To James Broughton, San Francisco. Regrets she can't come. Telegram. 1 p.; 14.5 cm.
  101. 1945, 4 Aug.: Loveday, Jean [and] Ray, New York City To James Broughton, San Francisco. Regrets they can't be there to see him receive award. Telegram. 1 p.; 14.4 cm.
  102. 1945, 6 Aug.: [O'Neill], Celene, Millbrae, Cal. To Mr. [James] Broughton, San Francisco. Enjoyed working with him on "Summer Fury"; thanks him for charm. Autograph Letter Signed. 2 p.; 17.3 cm.
  103. 1945, 7 Aug.: Bailey, Margery, 1891- , Boulder, Colo. To [James Broughton], San Francisco. Offers congratulations on production of his play. Autograph Letter Signed. 2 p.; 26.5 cm.
  104. 1945, 24 Aug.: Bailey, Margery, 1891- , Boulder, Colo. To Jimmy [Broughton]. Discusses details of outside production of student plays. Typed Letter Signed. 2 p.; 27.8 cm.
  105. 1945, 31 Aug.: Brauns, R., Boulder Creek, Cal. To Dramatists' Alliance. Discusses Hillburn Summer Theatre production plans. Typed Letter Signed. (carbon) 1 p.; 27.9 cm.
  106. [1945, Aug.]: [Hughes], Myna [Brunton] To [James Broughton]. Expects Aline MacMahon to attend play; describes newspaper stories. Typed Letter Signed. 2 p.; 28 cm.
  107. 1945, 10 Dec.: Mayorga, Margaret, 1894- , Roslyn, N.Y. To Mr. [James] Broughton. Will publish Summer Fury in The Best One-Act Plays of 1945 if he'll cut it. Typed Letter Signed. 1 p.; 21.5 cm.
  108. [1945]: Broughton, James, 1913- Summer furry. Typed Play (carbon). 68 p.; 27.6 cm. Accompanied by ditto copy, 3 p. of autograph notes, press releases and the Alden Award.
  109. 1945: Broughton, James, 1913- The tiger shell. Typed Play. 116 p.; 28 cm. "A Play in Three acts." Accompanied by notes (1943-1944), Stanford University Critiques and three carbons. Earlier titles: The Tiger Cowrie, Wire Hope and Kevin Prentiss.
  110. 1946, 11 Jan.: Mayorga, Margaret, 1894- , Roslyn, N.Y. To Mr. [James] Broughton. Sends contract; inquires about agent. Autograph Letter Signed. 1 p.; 21.5 cm. Accompanied by Typed Document Signed (carbon), contract for Summer Furry.
  111. [1946, 14 April]: [Broughton], James, 1913- , San Francisco To Johnnie [Dodds], Seattle. Involved in Dance League discussions; named new magazine The Ark; sends picture. Autograph Letter Signed. 3 p.; 26.2 cm. Accompanied by Broughton's portrait. 11.7 cm.
  112. [1946, 14 April]: [Dodds], Johnnie, 1922- , Seattle To Jimmy [Broughton], San Francisco. Finished Nightwood and Kafka stories on long train ride. Autograph Letter Signed. 2 p.; 23.8 cm.
  113. [1946], 15 April: [Broughton, James Richard, 1913- ], San Francisco To "Raven" [John R. Dodds], Seattle. Wants to know when he'll return; hopes to spend Easter with him. Autograph Letter. 2 p.; 26.2 cm.
  114. [1946, 15 April]: [Broughton, James Richard, 1913- ], San Francisco To "Raven" [John R. Dodds], Seattle. Writes what he forgot to say on the phone; describes packing their belongings; makes plans. Typed Letter. 1 p.; 30.6 cm.
  115. [1946, 18 April]: [Dodds], Johnnie, 1922- , Seattle To James [Broughton], San Francisco. Writes while waiting for his call. Autograph Letter Signed. 2 p.; 23.9 cm.
  116. [1946, 18 April]: [Dodds], Johnnie, 1922- , Seattle To James [Broughton], San Francisco. Lists "the bright moments" of his Seattle stay. Typed Letter. 1 p.; 18.2 cm. Accompanied by anonymous. Autograph Letter. 1 p.; 23.9 cm.
  117. 1946, 29 May: [Bynner], Hal [Witter], 1881-1968, Santa Fe, N.M. To Jimmy [Broughton]. Comments on "What of the Ostriches." Typed Letter Signed. 1 p.; 17.5 cm.
  118. 1946, 5 June: Reed, Edward, New York City To Mr. [James] Broughton, San Francisco. Asks him to make minor change before publication of "Condemned Playground" in Theatre Arts. Typed Letter Signed. 1 p.; 28 cm.
  119. [1946, 11 June]: [Dodds], Johnnie, 1922- , To James [Broughton], San Francisco. Misses him; describes job as lumber piler; asks if Broughton will keep his money for him. Autograph Letter Signed. 2 p.; 23.5 cm.
  120. [1946, 16 June]: [Dodds], Johnnie, 1922- , To James [Broughton], San Francisco. Describes job; misses him. Autograph Letter Signed. 2 p.; 23.5 cm.
  121. [1946, 18 June]: [Dodds], Johnnie, 1922- , To [James Broughton], San Francisco. Is excited about Playground but disturbed by personal tone of Broughton's letter. Autograph Letter Signed. 4 p.; 23.5 cm.
  122. 1946, 21 June: [Dodds], Johnnie, 1922- , Clio, Cal. To James [Broughton], San Francisco. Was hospitalized with blood poisoning; explains why he's working. Autograph Letter Signed. 2 p.; 50.5 cm.
  123. 1946, 25 June: Reed, Edward, New York City To Mr. [James] Broughton, San Francisco. Thanks him for alterations; states publication terms. Typed Letter Signed. 1 p.; 27.9 cm.
  124. 1946, 25 June: Schuman, Bill, 1910- , New York City To Jimmie [Broughton], San Francisco. Explains why he doesn't feel Broughton's play should be set to music. Typed Letter Signed. 1 p.; 27.8 cm.
  125. [1946, 2 July]: [Dodds], Johnnie, 1922- , Clio, Cal. To James [Broughton], San Francisco. Thanks him for prints; finds it hard to answer his "serious letters." Autograph Letter Signed. 3 p.; 23.5 cm.
  126. 1946, 25 July: [Dodds], Johnnie, 1922- , Clio, Cal. To James [Broughton], San Francisco. Explains he hasn't written because he's fallen in love. Autograph Letter Signed. 2 p.; 23.5 cm.
  127. 1946, 6 Aug.: Schorer, Mark, 1908- , Berkeley, Cal. To Mr. [James] Broughton. Feels his play isn't "substantial enough" to warrant publication as a book but forwards it to an editor anyway; criticizes its style. Typed Letter Signed. 1 p.; 27.8 cm.
  128. [1946, 13 Aug.]: [Dodds], Johnnie, 1922- , Clio, Cal. To James [Broughton], San Francisco. Is unhappy; discusses their relationship. Autograph Letter Signed. 3 p.; 20.3 cm.
  129. [1946, 18 Aug.]: [Dodds], Johnny, 1922- , Clio, Cal. To James [Broughton], San Francisco. Is fond of him; fighting forest fires. Autograph Letter Signed. 1 p.; 20.3 cm.
  130. 1946, 11 Sept.: Schuman, Bill, 1910- , New York City To Jim [Broughton], San Francisco. Requests a rough draft of his "dramatic cantata." Typed Letter Signed. 1 p.; 21.6 cm.
  131. 1946, 18 Sept.: [Bynner], Hal [Witter], 1881-1968, Santa Fe, N.M. To Jimmie [Broughton]. Tries to explain why he can't comment on The Playground. Typed Letter Signed. 1 p.; 28 cm.
  132. 1946, 20 Sept.: Copland, Aaron, 1900- , Pittsfield, Mass. To Mr. [James] Broughton. Comments on The Playground; admires Broughton's "great facility with language"; asks if he has any libretto. Typed Letter Signed. 1 p.; 28 cm.
  133. 1946, 23 Sept.: [Broughton, James Richard, 1913- ] To [Sidney] Pete[rson]. Disclaims film; felt he intruded in his life and home; will pay for prints. Typed Letter (carbon) 1p.; 27.9 cm., about The Potted Psalm.
  134. [1946, 4 Oct.]: [Dodds], Johnnie, 1922- , Brisbane, Cal. To James [Broughton], San Francisco. Is working at a factory; having trouble paying the bills; tries to write; doesn't want to become emotionally involved with people. Autograph Letter Signed. 4 p.; 20.2 cm.
  135. 1946, 29 Oct.: Erskine, Albert, New York City To Mr. [James] Broughton, San Francisco. Returns manuscript of The Condemned Playground; asks to see his poems. Typed Letter Signed. 1 p. 26.7 cm.
  136. 1946, 18 Dec.: Purdy, Ted, New York City To Jim [Broughton], San Francisco. Suggests forgetting The Hitchhiker and trying another novel. Typed Letter Signed. 2 p.; 23.7 cm.
  137. [1946?]: [Johnson], Jacqueline, El Molino, Mexico To James [Broughton], San Francisco. Wishes she could see his film; relates her mother's worsening condition; has been surrounded by young painters; asks if he knows place for her to stay in San Francisco. Autograph Letter Signed. 3 p.; 27.3 cm.
  138. 1947, 13 Jan.: Purdy, Ted, New York City To Jim [Broughton], San Francisco. Will send The Hitchhiker to New Directions; feels he should begin a new book. Typed Letter Signed. 2 p. 23.7 cm.
  139. [1947, 18 Feb.]: [Dodds], Johnnie, 1922- , Monterey, Cal. To James [Broughton], San Francisco. Must determine soon if he's a writer; analyzes their relationship. Typed Letter Signed. 2 p.; 28 cm.
  140. [1947, 24 Feb.]: [Justema], B[illy], Auburn, Cal. To James [Broughton]. Sends "statement" about The Oracle. Autograph Letter Signed. 1 p.; 27.9 cm. Accompanied by "Sounding Off"; Autograph Manuscript Signed. 2 p.; 27.9 cm.
  141. 1947, 4 Mar.: [Broughton, James Richard, 1913- ], To Billy [Justema]. Discusses his "convictions" concerning a collaboration on The Oracle; sends Robert Duncan's poems. Typed Letter (carbon) 1 p.; 27.9 cm. Accompanied by undated carbon of letter from Broughton to Justema.
  142. 1947, 5 Mar.: [Justema], Billy To James [Broughton]. Seeks "complete harmony and trust" on The Oracle; has yet to receive Robert Duncan's poems. Autograph Letter Signed. 2 p.; 21.5 cm.
  143. [1947, 18 April]: [Miles], Josephine, 1911- , Berkeley, Cal. To [James Broughton], San Francisco. Suggests "a trade"; writes while her students are "bent over bluebooks." Autograph Postcard Signed. 1 p.; 13.9 cm.
  144. [1947, April]: [Dodds], Johnnie, 1922- To James [Broughton], San Francisco. Was interviewed by Salvatore Dale; gossips about Una Jeffers and Gertrude Harris. Typed Letter Signed. 3 p.; 21.5 cm.
  145. [1947, April]: [Dodds], Johnnie, 1922- To James [Broughton]. Revising novel; plans to move. Autograph Letter Signed. 4 p.; 21.5 cm.
  146. 1947: Dodds, John Richard, 1922- "A valentine song." Autograph Poem Signed. 1 p.; 18 cm.
  147. [1947?]: [Johnson], Jacqueline, [El Molino, Mexico] To James [Broughton], San Francisco. Must sell house to be able to afford to go to Paris; invites him to visit soon; lists household items he might want. Autograph Letter Signed. 2 p.; 25.2 cm.
  148. [1947?]: [Johnson, Jacqueline, El Molino, Mexico] To James [Broughton], San Francisco. Wishes him happiness; decides against wintering in Europe; is finishing book. Autograph Letter Signed. 3 p.; 25.3 cm. Accompanied by undated Autograph Letter Signed. 1 p.; 25.3 cm.
  149. 1948, 10 Feb.: Mayorga, Margaret, 1894- , Roslyn, N.Y. To Mr. [James] Broughton. Sends letter from Rome asking permission to broadcast Summer Fury. Typed Letter Signed. 1 p.; 27.9 cm. Accompanied by Typed Letter Signed. 1 p.; 28.9 cm. to Mayorga from Sergio Puliese.
  150. 1948, 5 April: Peterson, Sidney To Mr. [Amos] Vogel, New York City. Legal document stating ownership and rental fees of The Potted Psalm and The Cage. Typed Letter (carbon) 2 p.; 27.1 cm.
  151. 1948, 19 April: Anger, Kenneth [and] Harrington, Curtis, Hollywood To Mr. [James] Broughton. States purposes of Creative Film Associates, a filmmakers cooperative with Anais Nin as a "personal representative'" for booking screenings; invites Broughton's participation. Typed Letter Signed. 2 p.; 27.8 cm.
  152. 1948, 1 June: [Broughton, James Richard, 1913- ], San Francisco To Peter DeVries, New York City. Sends poems for The New Yorker. Typed Letter (draft?) 1 p.; 21.6 cm. Written on verso of list of submitted poems.
  153. 1948, 3 June: Anger, Kenneth, Hollywood To Mr. [James] Broughton, San Francisco. Notifies him of Creative Film Associates' first program which James Agee has promised to review; has arranged a Beverly Hills screening of Mother's Day; announces Maya Deren joining cooperative. Typed Letter Signed. 2 p.; 22.8 cm.
  154. 1948, 3 June: Broughton, James [Richard], 1913- , San Francisco To James Scheville, Berkeley, Cal. Sends poems for Berkeley and comments on the magazine. Typed Letter Signed 1 p.; 21.6 cm.
  155. 1948, 8 June: [Broughton, James Richard, 1913- ], San Francisco To Kenneth Anger. Asks for distribution information; mentions Cinema 16; informs him Mother's Day not yet ready for general release. Typed Letter (carbon). 1 p.; 28.1 cm.
  156. 1948, 16 July: Schuman, Bill, 1910- , New York City To Jimmie [Broughton], San Francisco. Sends him a reprint. Typed Letter Signed. 1 p.; 21.6 cm.
  157. 1948, 25 Sept.: [Benet], Bill [William Rose], 1886-1950, Cape Ann, Mass. To Jim [Broughton], San Francisco. Returns two poems. Typed Letter Signed. 1 p.; 21.5 cm.
  158. 1948, 2 Oct.: [Sims], Margaret, Los Angeles To James [Broughton], San Francisco. Thanks him for program; will be driving to New York with Burl Ives and his wife. Autograph Postcard Signed. 1 p.; 8.3 cm.
  159. 1948, 7 Oct.: Vogel, Amos, New York City To James Broughton. Hopes to receive Mother's Day for review; offers Cinema 16 as a distributor of his work. Typed Letter Signed. 1 p.; 26.6 cm.
  160. 1948, 22 Oct.: Moss, Howard, 1922- , New York City To Mr. [James] Broughton, San Francisco. Rejects The Angel-bird Tidies Up for The New Yorker. Typed Letter Signed. 1 p.; 26.1 cm.
  161. 1948, 23 Oct.: [Benet], Bill [William Rose], 1886-1950, Cape Ann, Mass. To Jim [Broughton], San Francisco. Rejects Broughton's poems for children. Typed Letter Signed. 1 p.; 21.5 cm.
  162. 1948, 25 Oct.: Villa, Jose Garcia, New York City To Mr. [James] Broughton, [San Francisco]. Accepts "The Astrologer's Prayer" for Wake 8; asks him to revise last line of "Souvenir of Leap and Bound" and to send more work. Autograph Letters Signed. 1 p.; 28 cm.
  163. 1948, 6 Nov.: Vogel, Amos, New York City To James Broughton. Hopes to premiere Mother's Day in spring; capsulizes history and purpose of Cinema 16; considers his film a good possibility for distribution. Typed Letter Signed. 3 p.; 26.6 cm.
  164. [1948?] 13 Nov.: [Broughton], James, 1913- , To Esto [Broughton]. Thanks her for birthday gift; has been spending a great deal of time on the press. Typed Letter Signed 1 p.; 20.7 cm.
  165. 1948, 24 Nov.: Vogel, Amos, New York City To James Broughton. Sends dates of spring showings. Typed Letter Signed. 1 p. 26.6 cm.
  166. 1948, 26 Nov.: [Broughton, James Richard, 1913- ], San Francisco To Amos Vogel Explains his delay in answering; hopes to be able to discuss distribution during New York visit. Typed Letter. (carbon) 1 p.; 28 cm.
  167. 1948, 30 Nov.: [Benet], Bill [William Rose], 1886-1950, New York City To Jim [Broughton], San Francisco. Returns four poems. Typed Letter Signed. 1 p.; 21.6 cm.
  168. 1948, 8 Dec.: Vogel, Amos, New York City To James Broughton. Discusses premiere of his film; hopes to meet him. Typed Letter Signed 1 p.; 26.6 cm.
  169. 1948, 11 Dec.: [Broughton, James Richard, 1913- ], San Francisco To Amos Vogel. Is pleased Parker Tyler will speak at east coast premiere of Mother's Day. Typed Letter (carbon). 1 p.; 28 cm.
  170. 1948, 11 Dec.: Villa, J[ose Garcia], New York City To Mr. [James] Broughton, [San Francisco]. Believes he has "the genuine poetic spirit"; asks his opinion of Seymour Lawrence's work; gives guest list for party for the Sitwells. Autograph Letter Signed. 2 p.; 28 cm.
  171. 1948, 12 Dec.: Broughton, James, 1913- , To Mr. [Amos] Vogel, New York City. Confirms availability of print of Mother's Day for March showing. Typed Letter. (carbon) 1 p.; 26.5 cm.
  172. 1948, 14 Dec.: [Broughton, James Richard, 1913- ], San Francisco To Amos Vogel. Prefers not to "explain" his film; lists famous friends who have praised Mother's Day. Typed Letter (carbon). 1 p. 28 cm.
  173. 1948, 18 Dec.: Anger, Kenneth [and] Harrington, Curtis, Hollywood To James Broughton. Inquire about Mother's Day; update him on Creative Film Associates. Typed Letter Signed. 2 p., 27.8 cm.
  174. [1948?]: [Harris], Gertrude To James [Broughton]. Thanks him for party and for introducing them to Lee Mullican; suggests a showing of Mother's Day with reading by Broughton and Anais Nin. Typed Letter Signed. 2 p.; 24 cm. At foot of letter: Autograph Note from Dan [Harris] informing Broughton he's begun illustrating The Playground.
  175. [1948]: Broughton, James Richard, 1913- Mother's Day. Typed and handwritten notes; Permission slips for publishing and film rights, signed; pamphlets.

Correspondence and Manuscripts, 1949-1953

Box 6
Folder -- Contents

  1. 1949, 7 Jan.: Whittemore, Reed, 1919- , Northfield, Minn. To Mr. [James] Broughton. Apologizes for misprint in a Broughton poem appearing in Furioso. Typed Letter Signed. 1 p.; 28 cm.
  2. 1949, 12 Jan.: [Broughton, James Richard, 1913- ], San Francisco To Kenneth [Anger] and Curtis [Harrington]. Informs them Amos Vogel wishes an "East Coast" premiere of Mother's Day; requests a copy of contract. Typed Letter (carbon). 1 p.; 28 cm.
  3. 1949, 12 Jan.: Broughton, James, 1913- , San Francisco To Amos Vogel. Seeks confirmation of play date and contract. Typed Letter (carbon) 1 p.; 28 cm.
  4. 1949, 13 Jan.: Vogel, Amos, New York City To Mr. [James] Broughton, San Francisco. Advises him Parker Tyler will need to preview Mother's Day; requests he intercede with Sibyl Moholy-Nagy about her husband's films. Typed Letter Signed. 1 p.; 26.6 cm.
  5. 1949, 17 Jan.: Menotti, Gian Carlo, 1911- , Mount Kisco, N.Y. To Mr. [James] Broughton, San Francisco. Thanks him for sending Songs for Certain Children, some of which he may set to music. Typed Letter Signed. 1 p.; 27.2 cm.
  6. 1949, 21 Jan.: [Broughton, James Richard, 1913- ], San Francisco To Amos Vogel. Sends date by which print will be available; plans to come to New York for the showing; sends names of friends to invite; supplies Sibyl Molholy-Nagy's address. Typed Letter (carbon). 1 p.; 28 cm. Accompanied by list. 1 p; 27.9 cm.
  7. 1949, 27 Jan.: Vogel, Amos, New York City. To Mr. [James] Broughton. Sends distribution agreement. Typed Letter Signed. 1 p.; 26.6 cm.
  8. [1949], 28 Jan.: Whittemore, Reed, 1919- , Northfield, Minn. To Mr. [James] Broughton. Anticipates receiving The Playground for review. Autograph Letter Signed. 1 p.; 27.9 cm.
  9. 1949, 2 Feb.: Coffield, Glen, 1917- , Eagle Creek, Ore. To James Broughton. Accepts poems for The Bridge. Typed Letter Signed. 1 p.; 21.5 cm.
  10. 1949, 7 Feb.: Harrington, Curtis, Hollywood To James [Broughton]. Plans visit to San Francisco; hopes to discuss Creative Film Associates with him. Typed. Letter Signed. 1 p.; 25.4 cm.
  11. 1949, 8 Feb.: Vogel, Amos, New York City To Mr. [James] Broughton, San Francisco. Looks forward to seeing him. Typed Letter Signed. 1 p.; 26.6 cm.
  12. 1949, 9 Feb: [Broughton], James, 1913- , San Francisco To Esto [Broughton]. Thanks her for ordering Centaur books and her help "in raising customers." Typed Letter Signed. 1 p.; 28 cm.
  13. 1949, 16 Feb.: Villa, J[ose Garcia] To Mr. [James] Broughton. Suggests revision. Autograph Letter Signed. 1 p. 28 cm. Accompanied by "Like the Weathercock," Typed Manuscript (carbon) 1 p.; 27.9 cm.
  14. 1949, 20 Mar.: Whittemore, Reed, 1919- , Northfield, Minn. To Mr. [James] Broughton. Accepts poem; announces he's written "a rather silly review" of The Playground. Typed Letter Signed. 1 p.; 28 cm.
  15. 1949, 21 Mar.: Harrington, Curtis, Hollywood To James [Broughton]. Hopes he still will sign with Creative Film Associates; explains distribution. Typed Letter Signed. 1 p. 27.9 cm.
  16. [1949, 22 Mar.]: [Griffin], Howard, 1915- , New York City To James [Broughton], San Francisco. Asks if he can change title of poem; would like to see Anais Nin. Autograph Postcard Signed. 1 p.; 8.3 cm.
  17. [1949, Mar.]: [Griffin], Howard, 1915- , New York City To James [Broughton], San Francisco. Asks him to correct proof. Autograph Letter Signed. 1 p.; 20.9 cm.
  18. 1949, 4 April: M[oholy]-N[agy], [Dorothea Maria Pauline Alice] Sibyl [Pietzsch], Chicago To James [Broughton]. Requests print of Mother's Day. Typed Letter Signed 1 p.; 28 cm.
  19. [1949], 5 April: C[annon], M[yrta] J[ane], Cleveland To Jimmie [Broughton]. Is attempting to interest William Milliken in Broughton's films for the Cleveland Museum of Art. Autograph Letter Signed. 2 p.; 20.3 cm.
  20. 1949, 12 April: Vogel, Amos, New York City To Mr. [James] Broughton. Expresses surprise at his signing with A.F. Films; clears up "the situation here." Typed Letter Signed. 2 p.; 26.7 cm.
  21. 1949, 20 April: [Griffin], Howard, 1915- , New York City To James [Broughton]. Is grateful for his criticism; announces plan for a west coast issue of Voices; will review The Playground. Autograph Letter Signed. 2 p.; 28 cm.
  22. 1949, 21 April: Tyler, Parker, New York City To James Broughton. Hopes to have article on independent cinema published in Theatre Arts. Typed Letter Signed. 1 p.; 27.8 cm.
  23. [1949, 22 April]: Whittemore, Reed, 1919- , [Northfield, Minn.] To Mr. [James] Broughton, [San Francisco]. Expresses happiness over Broughton's reception of his review. Typed Postcard Signed. 1 p.; 8.3 cm.
  24. 1949, 23 April: M[oholy]-N[agy], [Dorothea Maria Pauline Alice] Sibyl [Pietzsch], Chicago To James [Broughton]. Inquires about Mother's Day; asks for program notes. Typed Letter Signed. 1 p. 27.8 cm.
  25. 1949, 6 May: Milliken, William M[athewson], 1889-1978, Cleveland To Mrs. [Myrta Jane] Cannon, Cleveland Heights. Thanks her for letter; promises to consider letter from Jimmie Brayaton (sic). Typed Letter Signed. 1 p.; 18.3 cm.
  26. 1949, 14 May: [Griffin], Howard, 1915- , New York City To James [Broughton] Reacts to Broughton's analysis of his novel; hopes Anais Nin will comment. Autograph Letter Signed. 1 p.; 28 cm.
  27. 1949, 15 May: Broughton, James, 1913- , To Cyril Connolly. Compliments him on his work; informs him it was "the seed" of The Playground; hopes he will read it. Typed Letter (carbon). 1 p.; 27.9 cm.
  28. 1949, 21 May: M[oholy]-N[agy], [Dorothea Maria Pauline Alice] Sibyl [Pietzsch], Chicago To James [Broughton], San Francisco. Describes reactions to Mother's Day; asks for return of a book. Typed Letter Signed. 1 p.; 27.8 cm.
  29. 1949, 7 June: Vogel, Amos, New York City To James Broughton. Is pleased no misunderstanding exists; will consider his film for a television project. Typed Letter Signed. 1 p.; 26 cm.
  30. 1949, 17 June: Whittemore, Reed, 1919- , Northfield, Minn. To Mr. [James] Broughton. Accepts three poems. Typed Letter Signed. 1 p.; 28 cm.
  31. 1949, 21 June: Tyler, Parker, New York City To James Broughton. Apologizes for mistakes in Theatre Arts piece. Typed Letter Signed. 1 p.; 25.4 cm.
  32. 1949, 1 July: Milliken, William M[atherson], 1889-1978, Cleveland To Mr. [James] Broughton, San Francisco. Thanks him for his letter. Typed Letter Signed. 1 p.; 18.3 cm.
  33. 1949, 3 July: [Goyen], Billy, Taos, N.M. To James [Broughton]. Thanks him for responding to his work; discusses his film; plans to go to London. Typed Letter Signed. 2 p.; 28 cm.
  34. 1949, 5 July: [Harrington], Curtis, Hollywood To James [Broughton]. Requests stills from Mother's Day to include with articles for British film journals; suggests amalgamation of Creative Film Associates and Farallone Films. Typed Letter Signed. 1 p.; 26.8 cm.
  35. 1949, 10 July: Vinal, Harold, 1891-1965, Vinalhaven, Maine To James Broughton. Accepts The Gardener's Son for Voices; needs more poetry for fall issues. Typed Letter Signed. 1 p.; 17.5 cm.
  36. 1949, 12 July: Magner, E[ugene], 1916- , Buffalo, N.Y. To Mr. [James] Broughton, Northfield, Minn. Requests a manuscript of his for Lockwood Memorial Library's poetry collection. Typed Letter Signed. 1 p.; 28 cm.
  37. 1949, 20 July: [Harrington], Curtis, Hollywood To James [Broughton]. Gives size instructions for stills; looks forward to seeing Anais Nin; hears Centaur Press will begin publishing her diary. Typed Letter Signed. 1 p.; 25.8 cm.
  38. 1949, 24 Sept.: [Griffin], Howard, 1915- , New York City To James [Broughton]. Believes his book was sent to Langston Hughes to review; informs him William Goyen "has been staying here for a while." Autograph Letter Signed. 1 p.; 20.1 cm.
  39. 1949, 1 Nov.: Cornford, Frances, 1886-1960, Cambridge, England To Mr. [James] Broughton. Thanks him for The Playground; mentions meeting Walter Berns. Autograph Letter Signed. 2 p;, 13.4 cm.
  40. 1949, 7 Nov.: [Harris], Zev [Dan], Monterey, Cal. To James [Broughton], San Francisco. Asks if he can stay while in the city. Autograph Postcard Signed. 1 p.; 10.8 cm.
  41. 1949, 14 Nov.: Benet, William Rose, 1886-1950, New York City To Jim [Broughton], San Francisco. Thanks him for Centaur Press catalog; suggests possibility of publishing a poem in Saturday Review. Typed Letter Signed. 1 p.; 21.5 cm.
  42. 1949, 14 Dec.: Villa, Jose Garcia, New York City To J[ames] B[roughton]. Gives philosophy behind Wake; asks him to call. Typed Letter Signed. 1 p.; 18.4 cm.
  43. [1949?]: [Griffin], Howard, 1915- , New York City To James [Broughton] and Kermit [Sheets]. Discusses Anais Nin. Autograph Letter Signed. 1 p.; 20.1 cm
  44. 1950, 3 Jan.: Whittemore, Reed, 1919- , Northfield, Minn. To Mr. [James] Broughton. Thanks him for book. Typed Letter Signed. 1 p. 27.9 cm.
  45. 1950, 11 Jan.: Magner, Gene, 1916- , Buffalo, N.Y. To Mr. [James] Broughton. Asks him to submit a poem to Glass Hill. Typed Letter Signed. 1 p. 25.6 cm.
  46. 1950, 30 Jan.: Coffield, [Glen], 1917- , Eagle Creek, Ore. To [James Broughton and Kermit Sheets], San Francisco. Comments on Ballad of Mad Jenny. Typed Postcard Signed. 1 p.; 8.3 cm.
  47. 1950, Jan.: Foster, Enid. "Back-track to Jenny." Autograph Poem Signed. 1 p.; 28 cm.
  48. 1950, Jan.: Foster, Enid. "Learned in the playground." Autograph Poem Signed. 1 p.; 28 cm.
  49. 1950, 8 Feb.: Coffield, [Glen], 1917- , Eagle Creek, Ore. To [James Broughton], San Francisco. Responds in verse to a Broughton poem. Typed Postcard Signed. 1 p.; 14 cm.
  50. [1950, 11 Feb.]: [Nin], Anais, 1903-1977, New York City To [James Broughton, San Francisco]. Advises him not to come to New York. Autograph Postcard. 1 p.; 8.3 cm.
  51. [1950, 22 Feb.]: [Nin], Anais, 1903-1977, New York City To James [Broughton], [San Francisco]. Explains why she advises him not to come to New York. Autograph Postcard. 1 p.; 8.3 cm.
  52. 1950, 1 Mar.: Bailey, Margery, 1891- ,Stanford, Cal. To Jimmy [Broughton]. Comments on "The Ballad of Mad Jenny." Typed Letter Signed. 1 p.; 21.7 cm.
  53. [1950], 8 Mar.: Magner, Gene, 1916- , Buffalo, N.Y. To Mr. [James] Broughton. Accepts two poems for Glass Hill; would like to have "Ballad of Mad Jenny" worksheets; has sent a copy of Trial of the Masks. Autograph Letter Signed. 1 p.; 24.8 cm.
  54. 1950, 18 Mar.: Weiss, T[heodore Russell], 1916- , Annandale-on-Hudson, N.Y. To James Broughton. Rejects his work for Quarterly Review of Literature. Autograph Letter Signed. 1 p.; 10.8 cm.
  55. 1950, 28 Mar.: Magner, Gene, 1916- , Buffalo, N.Y. To Mr. [James] Broughton, San Francisco. Thanks him for donating worksheets of "The Ballad of Mad Jenny" to Lockwood Memorial Library. Typed Letter Signed. 1 p.; 28 cm.
  56. 1950, 17 April: Magner, Gene, 1916- , Buffalo, N.Y. To Mr. [James] Broughton. Would like to have his poetry published by Centaur Press; explains production and financing of Trial of the Masks. Autograph Letter Signed. 2 p.; 24.8 cm.
  57. 1950, 22 May: [Moss, Howard, 1922- ], New York City To Mr. [James] Broughton, San Francisco. Lists objections to "Tommy from the Tall Timbers" in case Broughton wishes to revise and resubmit it. Typed Letter 1 p.; 26.1 cm.
  58. 1950, 1 June: Watson, Billie, New York City To Mr. [James] Broughton, San Francisco. Rejects poems for Flair. Typed Letter Signed. 1 p.; 28 cm.
  59. 1950, 12 June: [Moss, Howard, 1922- ], New York City To Mr. [James] Broughton, San Francisco. Will accept "The Lad from the Cold Country" if he explicates the refrain line. Typed Letter. 1 p.; 26.1 cm.
  60. 1950, 22 June: [Moss, Howard, 1922- ], New York City To Mr. [James] Broughton, San Francisco. Sends check for "The Lad from the Cold Country." Typed Letter. 1 p.; 26.1 cm.
  61. 1950, 28 June: [Hoffgung], Gerard, New York City To James [Broughton]. Hopes Duell, Sloane, and Pearce will publish The Right Playmate. Typed Letter Signed. 1 p.; 27.8 cm.
  62. [1950], 4 July: [Goyen], Bill, New York City To Jim [Broughton]. Dislikes New York; returned to Texas for his health; The House of Breath to appear in a month; suggests he try prose. Autograph Letter Signed. 20.1 cm.
  63. 1950, 5 July: Watson, Billie, New York City To Mr. [James] Broughton, San Francisco. Finds his poems to much like some of Theodore Roethke's which Flair just published; wishes him success with The Right Playmate. Typed Letter Signed. 1 p.; 28 cm.
  64. 1950, 12 July: [Hoffgung], Gerard, New York City To James [Broughton]. Reports Duell, Sloane and Pearce has decided against publishing The Right Playmate; will leave soon for London. Typed Letter Signed. 1 p.; 27.8 cm.
  65. 1950, 2 Aug.: Clemens, Cyril, 1902- , To Mr. [James] Broughton. Informed his of his nomination for honorary membership in the International Mark Twain Society. Typed Letter Signed. 1 p.; 28 cm. Accompanied by society pamphlet.
  66. 1950, 16 Aug.: Mayorga, Margaret, 1894 , Roslyn, N.Y. To Mr. [James] Broughton. Sends royalty check for Summer Fury; advises of possible Bombay production; encloses new contract. Typed Letter Signed. 1 p.; 27.8 cm.
  67. 1950, 18 Aug.: Lawrence, Seymour, New York City To Mr. [James] Broughton. Accepts two poems for Wake 9. Typed Letter Signed. 1 p.; 21.5 cm.
  68. 1950, 5 Sept.: Mayorga, Margaret, 1894- , Roslyn, N.Y. To Mr. [James] Broughton, San Francisco. Explains contract; informs him of production in India. Typed Letter Signed. 1 p.; 27.8 cm.
  69. 1950, 20 Sept.: Broughton, James, 1913- , San Francisco To Rolfe Humphries. Thanks him for his review in The Nation; appreciates his "Verre Chronicle"; requests permission to quote from the review. Typed Letter Signed. 1 p.; 27.8 cm. Undated. Autograph Letter Signed from umphries at bottom and verso of Broughton's letter.
  70. 1950, 16 Oct.: [Hoffgung], Gerard, London To James [Broughton], San Francisco. Plans to complete drawings for The Right Playmate before returning to America. Typed Letter Signed. 1 p.; 22.7 cm.
  71. 1950, 7 Nov.: [Goyen], Bill, Chicago To Jim [Broughton], San Francisco. Asks how he is; hates New York; working on his second book. Typed Letter Signed. 1 p.; 20.1 cm.
  72. 1950, 21 Nov.: Brandt, Dorothy M., Walter, N.Y. To Mr. [James] Broughton. Discusses the Literary Clipping Service. Typed Letter Signed. 1 p.; 18 cm. Accompanied by Form Letter. 1 p.; 23.5 cm.
  73. 1950, 6 Dec.: [Griffin], Howard, 1915- , Taos, N.M. To Jaimy [Broughton], San Francisco. Is staying at William Goyen's "place of clay." Autograph Letter Signed. 1 p.; 19.7 cm.
  74. 1950, 12 Dec.: Schevill, Jim [James Erwin], 1920- , Berkeley, Cal. To Jim Broughton. Comments on his work. Typed Letter Signed. 1 p.; 25.4 cm.
  75. 1950, 16 Dec.: [Vogel], Amos, New York City To James Broughton. Wishes additional information about Mother's Day. Typed Letter Signed. 1 p. 27.7 cm.
  76. 1950, 23 Dec.: Cummings, E[dward] E[stlin], 1894-1962, New York City To James Broughton. Thanks him for letter and gift. Typed Letter Signed. 1 p.; 28 cm.
  77. [1950]: [Griffin], Howard, 1915- , New York City To James [Broughton]. Comments on The Ballad of Mad Jenny; looks forward to seeing him. Autograph Letter Signed. 2 p.; 20.1 cm.
  78. Undated. [1950?]: [Hoffgung], Gerard, New York City To [James Broughton]. Will begin drawings for book which he wishes to dedicate to Rowland Emett; discusses publication prospects. Typed Letter Signed. 1 p.; 27.8 cm.
  79. Undated. [1950]: Kees, Weldon, 1914-1955, To Mr. [James] Broughton, San Francisco. Confirms Broughton controls music rights to Adventures of Jimmy for with Kees composed and conducted the score. Typed Letter Signed. 1 p.; 28 cm.
  80. Undated. [1950]: [Nin], Anais, 1903-1977 To Kermit [Sheets] and James [Broughton]. Thanks them for sending House of Incest recording; compares New York to San Francisco. Autograph Letter Signed. 1 p.; 26.4 cm.
  81. 1951, 22 Jan.: Auden, W[ystan] H[ugh], 1907-1973, New York City To Mr. [James] Broughton. Thanks him for sending Musical Chairs and picks his favorite poems from it. Autograph Letter Signed. 1 p.; 21.6 cm.
  82. 1951, 31 Jan.: [Harris], Dan, New York City To James [Broughton], San Francisco. Catalogs good and bad things about living in New York; invites him to join them. Autograph Letter Signed. 4 p.; 27.9 cm.
  83. 1951, 15 Mar.: [Harris], Dan, New York City To James [Broughton], San Francisco. Will stay in New York if Broughton plans to come there in May; won't go to Europe; loves Musical Chairs. Autograph Letter Signed. 3 p.; 27.9 cm.
  84. 1951, [Mar.]: Duncan, Robert Edward, 1919- "What is as sweet as a song?" Autograph Manuscript Signed. 1 p.; 19.7 cm. Hand-illustrated announcement of party for James Broughton.
  85. 1951, 1 April: [Duncan, Robert Edward, 1919- ] "l'apres-midi d'un April Fool. Typed Autographed Manuscript. 1 p. 20.1 cm. Hand-decorated announcement for a reading by James Broughton.
  86. 1951, 15 April: Golffing, Francis, Bennington, Vt. To Mr. [James] Broughton. Reports Poetry cut review by one third; discusses Broughton's work; asks for copies of his books; suggests he visit. Typed Letter Signed. 1 p.; 27.9 cm.
  87. 1951, 21 April: Knight, Arthur, New York City To James [Broughton], San Francisco. Invites him to meet writers interested in "experimental films"; discusses film festivals. Typed Letter Signed. 1 p.; 27.9 cm.
  88. 1951, July: Duncan, Robert Edward, 1919- "A Leave As You May For John Ryan. Typed Manuscript (poem). 2 p.; 21.7 cm. Includes holograph note of explanation.
  89. 1951, July: Duncan, Robert Edward, 1919- "Names of People." Typed Manuscript Signed (poem). 1 leaf; 21.6 cm.
  90. 1951, 29 Nov.: Strebelle, Olivier and Gina, Brussells To James [Broughton] and Kermit [Sheets]. Invites them to spend holidays with them. Typed Letter Signed. 1 p.; 27.4 cm.
  91. Undated. [1951]: Duncan, [Robert Edward], 1919- , To Jimmy [Broughton] and Kermit [Sheets]. Discusses Centaur Press business; has been setting type. Typed Letter Signed. 1 p.; 28 cm. Accompanied by typed excerpts from a letter to Duncan from Cid Corman commenting on Duncan's poems.
  92. Undated. [1951>]: [Duncan, Robert Edward, 1919- ], San Francisco To Jimmy [Broughton] and Kermit [Sheets]. Discusses Madeline Gleason's conflict with Kenneth Rexroth; quotes Claire Mahl. Typed Letter. 2 p.; 27.9 cm.
  93. [1951]: Duncan, Robert Edward, 1919- "Colored Ties." Autograph Manuscript Signed. 6 p.; 27.9 cm. Accompanied by "manuscript number two" of the same poem. Typed Manuscript Signed. 4 p.; 27.9 cm.
  94. [1952, Spring]: Duncan, [Robert], 1919- To [James Broughton and Kermit Sheets]. Describes moving; projects possible titles for Centaur Press; informs him who bought Lynn Brown works; discusses the need for strength in one's art. Typed Letter Signed. 3 p.; 21.6 cm.
  95. [1952?], 23 Mar.: [Fenton], Frank To James [Broughton]. Tries to arrange meeting; describes Italian travels. Typed Letter Signed. 2 p.; 38 cm.
  96. [1952?], 31 Mar.: [Fenton], Frank To James [Broughton]. Quotes from Jump-Rope Rhymes; presents itinerary; hopes he meets Charles Oscar. Typed Letter Signed. 1 p.; 27.9 cm.
  97. [1952, 16 April]: [Stauffacher], Frank, 1914-1955, New York City To Jimmy [Broughton], London. Responds to fund-raising; explains problems with his own film; met Burgess Meredith; describes New York's reaction to Roger Manvell ; reports rift between Rosalind Kossoff and Arthur Knight; explains reason for failure of European trip. Typed Letter Signed. 4 p.; 27.8 cm.
  98. [1952?], 17 April: [Fenton], Frank, Naples To Giacomo [Broughton]. Did not go to Greece; seeks hotel advice. Typed Letter Signed. 1 p.; 27.4 cm.
  99. [1952, May]: D[uncan], R[obert Edward], 1919- , San Francisco To [James Broughton]. Discusses Centaur Press matters; cites Mandeline Gleason's influence on his work. Autograph Letter Signed. 2 p.; 28 cm. Accompanied by the Boob broadsides and Typed Letter (carbon) from Duncan to Anais Nin, 23 May, 1952, with 7 Duncan poems typed on verses.
  100. [1952?], 2 May: [Fenton], Frank, Genoa To James [Broughton]. Describes his Italian adventures; will go to France. Typed Letter Signed. 1 p.; 27.3 cm.
  101. 1952, 3 May: [Stauffacher], Frank, 1914-1955, New York City To Jimmy [Broughton], London. Reports condition of his negatives; explains white flashes; San Francisco Museum will show his films. Typed Letter Signed. 2 p.; 27.9 cm. Accompanied by "Report on the condition of James Broughton's negatives at Guffanti's."
  102. [1952?] 19 May: [Fenton], Frank, Paris To James [Broughton]. Dislikes Paris; had coffee at the Flore with Zev and Gertrude Harris; will visit England. Typed Letter Signed. 2 p.; 27.3 cm.
  103. [1952?], 14 July: [Fenton], Frank, London To James [Broughton]. Loves England and the English. Typed Letter Signed. 1 p.; 27.9 cm.
  104. 1952, 19 July: [Moholy-Nagy], [Dorothea Maria Pauline Alice] Sibyl [Pietzsch], New Milford, Conn. To James [Broughton]. Explains her opposition to "Flights of Fancy" publicity. Typed Letter Signed. 1 p.; 27.9 cm.
  105. 1952, 25 Sept.: [Hoffgung], Gerard, London To James [Broughton]. Dismisses Broughton's criticisms of The Right Playmate; hopes he isn't mad at him. Autograph Letter Signed. 2 p.; 25.3 cm.
  106. [1952, Sept.]: [Duncan, Robert Edward, 1919- ,] To Kermit [Sheets] and James [Broughton]. Notifies them of Anais Nin's request; discusses Centaur Press business, friends and the telephone bill. Typed Letter. 2 p.; 28.1 cm.
  107. [1952, Sept.-Oct.]: [Duncan, Robert Edward, 1919- ] To [James Broughton]. Discusses his relationship with Anais Nin; lists books he'd like Broughton to try to find for him. Typed Letter. 1 p.; 27.8 cm.
  108. [1952, Fall]: Duncan, [Robert],1919- To Jaime [Broughton]. Gives source for scene in his Faust; informs him of meeting Vic Flack; is "in debt again over books"; enthuses over Pauline Kael's new play; discusses her daughter. Typed Letter Signed. 2 p.; 28.1 cm.
  109. [1952, Fall]: Duncan, [Robert], 1919- To [James Broughton and Kermit Sheets]. Quotes from Anais Nin's letter; has begun Faust Faotu, an opera "for people who cannot sing"; includes sections. Typed Letter Signed. 2 p.; 28 cm.
  110. [1952, Fall]: Duncan, [Robert], 1919- , To Jimmy [Broughton]. Updates him on "press affairs"; inventories his belongings; would like to buy some of his books; ends up with two brief stories. Typed Letter Signed. 3 p.; 28.1 cm.
  111. [1952, Fall]: [Duncan, Robert Edward, 1919- ] To [James Broughton and Kermit Sheets]. Explains inventories of their belongings; reports Jess has commissions from Robin Blazer and others; admits a passion for buying art. Autograph Letter Signed. 4 p.; 28 cm.
  112. [1952, Fall]: Duncan, [Robert], 1919- To Jimmy [Broughton]. Comments on disagreement with Madeline Gleason; misses him as an artist; felt Broughton was "my only contemporary." Autograph Letter Signed. 2 p.; 21.6 cm.
  113. 1952, 2 Dec.: [Stauffacher], Frank, 1914-1955 To Jimmy [Broughton]. Looks forward to Gavin Lambert's arrival; reports hospitalization; his film won a Flaherty award; discusses Brant Sloan. Typed Letter Signed. 2 p.; 26.5 cm.
  114. 1952, 26 Dec.: [Moholy-Nagy], [Dorothea Maria Pauline Alice] Sibyl [Pietzsch], New York City To James [Broughton], London. Informs him of friend's operation; updates him on her personal life; gossips. Typed Letter Signed. 2 p.; 27.9 cm.
  115. 1952, 27 Dec.: [Stauffacher], Bobbie, New York City To Jimmy [Broughton] and Kermit [Sheets]. Informs them her husband had a brain tumor removed; hopes he can finish his films; may go to California. Typed Letter Signed. 1 p.; 27.9 cm.
  116. 61952, 28 Dec.: [Broughton], James, 1913- , Corsica To Esto [Broughton], Modesto, Cal. Visited Napoleon's birth place; spent Christmas in southern France. Autograph Postcard Signed. 1 p.; 8.9 cm.
  117. [1952, Dec.]: [Duncan],Robert, 1919- To [James Broughton and Kermit Sheets]. Sends Christmas gift. Autograph Note Signed. 2 p.; 27.9 cm. Written at head of Typed Manuscript; "Some recent pieces from notebooks."
  118. Undated. [1952]: Duncan, [Robert Edward], 1919- To Jamie [Broughton], London. Comments on "Some Notes on Poetry and Film"; discusses recent films and his current poems; gives his opinion of Ronald Duncan and Dylan Thomas. Typed Letter Signed. 2 p.; 27.8 cm.
  119. 1952: Duncan, [Robert], 1919- "An About Face." Typed Manuscript Signed (poem) 1 p.; 27.9 cm.
  120. [1952]: Duncan, Robert Edward, 1919- "Adam's Song." Typed Manuscript (poem) 2 p.; 27.9 cm. Published in A Book of Resemblances.
  121. [1952]: [Duncan, Robert Edward, 1919- ] "An Essay at War." Typed Manuscript (carbon) 14 p.; 28 cm. Published in A Book of Resemblances.
  122. [1952]: Duncan, Robert Edward, 1919- "A New Sequence. Typed Manuscript. 4 p.; 27.9 cm. Early version of first section of "An Essay at War."
  123. [1952]: Duncan, Robert Edward, 1919- "The Song of the Border-guard. Typed Manuscript (poem) 2 p.; 27.9 cm. Published in A Book of Resemblances.
  124. [1952], Duncan, Robert Edward, 1919- "Working Too Long At It." Typed Manuscript (poem) 1 p.; 27.9 cm. Published in A Book of Resemblances.]
  125. [1952?]: Duncan, [Robert, 1919- , San Francisco To [James] Bearoughton Wishes he'd return; has begun Act III of Free matters and contents of anthology. Typed Letter Signed. 2 p.; 27.8 cm. Accompanied by copy of letter from Curtis Whittington and "An imaginary prospectus of the Centaur Collection."
  126. Undated. : [1952]: Duncal, [Robert Edward], 1919- San Francisco To Jaime [Broughton] and Kermit [Sheets]. Describes apartment; plans an evening of Broughton films; mentions Madeline Gleason's excitement at finding a reasonable printer; discusses Dylan Thomas. Typed Letter Signed. 2 p.; 27.9 cm. Typed Letter Signed. 2 p.; 27.9 cm.
  127. [1952]: Gleason, Madelin. "The artist as role player. Typed Manuscript (carbon). 1 p.; 28 cm. Accompanied by The Artist's View, No. 3, Dec. 1952, in which the piece appears.
  128. 1952: Willoughby, Sebastion "Conjurer's ease; being assorted rimes and ditty-doos." Autograph Manuscript Signed. 26 leaves; 29.8 cm. Hand bound, -illustrated and -written collection of poems.
  129. [1952?]: Harris, Gertrude, San Francisco To "Friend." Attempts to raise $1500 to help James Broughton make a film in England. Form Letter Signed. 1 p.; 28 cm. Accompanied by list of subscribers. 1 p.; 27.9 cm.
  130. [1952-53]: [Duncan, Robert Edward, 1919- ] "H.M.S. Bearskin." Typed Manuscript Signed. 3 p.; 27.9 cm. Published in Caesar's Gate, Spec Coll PS3507.U629 C3 1972.
  131. [1953], 30 Jan.: [Stauffacher], Frank, 1914-1955 To Jimmy [Broughton]. Thanks him for check; discusses his health; talked with Gavin Lambert; reports Virginia Varda is divorcing Brant Sloan. Typed Letter Signed. 2 p.; 27.8 cm.
  132. [1953], 22 Feb.: [Stauffacher], Frank, 1914-1955 To Jim [Broughton]. Congratulates him on his work; presents health update and work plans; responds to 3-D movies. Typed Letter Signed. 2 p.; 26.5 cm.
  133. 1953, 24 Mar.: [Moholy-Nagy], Dorothea Maria Pauline Alice] Sibyl [Pietzsch], New York City To James [Broughton]. Reacts to his letter; discusses German producer and mutual friends. Typed Letter Signed. 2 p.; 27.9 cm.
  134. 1953, 10 May: [Duncan, Robert Edward, 1919- ], San Francisco To Jimmy [Broughton]. Describes spring; may have to get job in order to keep King Ubu Gallery going; discusses Stan Brakhage and Madeline Gleason. Autograph Letter. 2 p.; 30.5 cm.
  135. 1953, 23 Aug.: [Knight], Arthur, New York City To James [Broughton], London. Is delighted at completion of "The Pleasure Garden"; considers possibility of using it on Omnibus. Typed Letter Signed. 1 p.; 27.8 cm.
  136. [1953], 4 Sept.: [Sheets], K[ermit] To [James Broughton]. Explains why he left; asks for forgiveness; makes plans for future. Autograph Letter Signed. 4 p.; 28 cm.
  137. [1953], 6 Sept.: [Sheets], K[ermit], New York City To J[ames Broughton]. Describes his room; has been invited by Anais Nin to a party to be attended by two ladies beginning a theater; lost part in Country Girl' feels he must be "rougher" on himself. Autograph Letter Signed. 4 p.; 27.9 cm.
  138. 1953, 17 Sept.: [Sheets], K[ermit], New York City To James [Broughton], London. Discusses film reviews; mentions Rosalind Rossoff and Mary Lee; sketches stage of Theater deLys. Autograph Letter Signed. 4 p.; 27.8 cm.
  139. 1953, 19 Sept.: [Broughton], James, 1913- , Stockholm To [Esto Broughton], Modesto, Cal. Has given "some very successful shows." Autograph Postcard Signed. 1 p.; 8.9 cm.
  140. 1953, 24 Sept.: [Sheets], Kermit, New York City To James [Broughton], London. Notifies him of initial reactions to The Pleaseure Garden; asks for money. Autograph Letter Signed. 4 p.; 27.8 cm.
  141. 1953, 28-29 Sept.: [Sheets], K[ermit], New York City To [James Broughton, London]. Conveys his loneliness; thanks him for check; has yet to get a job; asks his plans; mentions mutual friends; reports continued reactions to The Please Garden. Autograph Letter Signed. 5 p.; 27.9 cm.
  142. [1953], 30 Sept.: [Sheets], K[ermit], New York City To James [Broughton], London. Urges him to make a film in Denmark; relays Edward Kinglsey's request for a 35 mm print of The Pleasure Garden"; waiting to be cast in a play. Autograph Letter Signed. 4 p.; 27.9 cm.
  143. [1953], Sept.: [Sheets], K[ermit] To James [Broughton]. Describes evening with Anais Nin and Ian Hugo; answers Broughton's questions; discusses the future of The Pleasure Garden; enjoys his letters. Autograph Letter Signed. 5 p.; 27.9 cm.
  144. 1953, 6 Oct.: [Sheets], K[ermit], New York City To J[ames Broughton], London. Reports he's been rejected as a member of rep company; decides to return to San Francisco; examines their relationship. Autograph Letter Signed. 5 p.; 27.9 cm.
  145. 1953, 14 Oct.: [Sheets], K[ermit], New York City To J[ames Broughton], London. Explains why he needs train fare; suggests how to cut 10 minutes from The Pleasure Garden; plans visit to Hedgerow Theater. Typed Letter Signed. 2 p.; 30.6 cm.
  146. 1953, 24 Oct.: [Night], Arthur, New York City To James [Broughton]. Disappointed in Pleasure Garden. Typed Letter Signed 2 p.; 27.9 cm.
  147. 1953, 28 Oct.: [Sheets], K[ermit] To James [Broughton]. Suggests he write a companion play for The Playground; plans to visit Broughton's aunt on his return to San Francisco. Autograph Letter Signed 2 p.; 28 cm.
  148. [1953], 4 Nov.: [Sheets], K[ermit], San Francisco To [James Broughton], Paris. Recounts his return; describes Robert Duncan's house; philosophizes about their relationship. Typed Letter Signed. 2 p.; 30.6 cm.
  149. 1953, 6 Nov.: [Sheets], K[ermit], San Francisco To James [Broughton], Paris. Mentions Robert Duncan and Madeline Gleason; encourages him about The Pleasure Garden; plans to join a theater group. Autograph Letter Signed. 2 p.; 30.5 cm.
  150. [1953], 10 Nov.: [Sheets], K[ermit], San Francisco To J[ames Broughton], Paris. Will direct Ardele; writes news of Kenneth Anger, Robert Duncan, Gertrude Harris and Pauline Kael. Autograph Letter Signed. 2 p.; 30.6 cm.
  151. 1953, 17 Nov.: [Sheets], K[ermit] To J[ames Broughton]. Questions him about royalties for The Playground; suggests he consult doctor to prevent another bout of pneumonia; suggests contributor's showing of The Pleasure Garden; relays Ruth Witt-Diamant's reaction to Dylan Thomas' death. Autograph Letter Signed. 4 p.; 38 cm.
  152. 1953, 30 Nov.: [Stauffacher], Frank, 1914-1955, San Francisco To Jimmy [Broughton]. Reports on Art in Cinema series; misses New York; his wife working at San Francisco Museum of Art; saw Kenneth Anger. Typed Letter Signed. 2 p.; 28 cm.
  153. 1953, 2 Dec.: [Sheets], K[ermit], San Francisco To [James Broughton], Copenhagen. Expreses his loneliness; locates remaining copies of Musical Chairs; discusses Pauline Kael. Typed Letter Signed. 2 p.; 30.6 cm.
  154. 1953, 15 Dec.: [Sheets], K[ermit], San Francisco To [James Broughton], Copenhagen. Describes taking over role of Prospector in Madwoman of Chaillot; asks for money. Autograph Letter Signed. 2 p.; 30.5 cm.
  155. 1953, 21 Dec.: [Sheets], K[ermit], San Francisco To [James Broughton], Copenhagen. Discusses creative process and its relationship with his current production. Autograph Letter Signed. 2 p.; 30.5 cm.
  156. 1953, 26 Dec.: [Sheets], K[ermit], San Francisco To James [Broughton], London. Discusses future plans. Autograph Letter Signed. 1 p.; 30.5 cm.
  157. 1953, 27 Dec.: [Broughton], Esto, Modesto, Cal. To James [Broughton]. Updates him on family activities; reports she's dissolving her law partnership and moving. Autograph Letter Signed. 4 p.; 27.9 cm.
  158. [1953, Winter]: [Duncan], Robert, 1919- To Jimmy [Broughton]. Lists events he's missed; mentions Stan Brakhage; comments on death of Dylan Thomas; wishes he were back; plans to mimeograph Faust. Autograph Letter Signed. 4 p. 21.5 cm. Includes text of Lord Mouse.
  159. Undated. [1953?]: Duncan, [Robert Edward], 1919- To [James Broughton]. Misses him; mentions King Ubu Gallery and Charles Olson; cites paintings of Jess Collins. Typed Letter Signed. 1 p.; 28 cm.
  160. Undated. [1953]: [Duncan, Robert Edward, 1919- ], San Francisco To [James Broughton]. Plans to open King Ubu Gallery. Autograph Letter. 1 p.; 28 cm.
  161. Undated. [1953]: [Witt-Diamant], Ruth, San Francisco To James [Broughton]. Has been ill; discusses San Francisco film scene; reports on Robert Duncan's Faustus; has invited Caitlin Thomas to visit; hopes to begin a Poetry Center; gossips about the Harris's, Anais Nin, Harry Partch and others. Typed Letter Signed 2 p.; 28 cm.
  162. [1953?]: Duncan, [Robert], 1919- To Jimmy [Broughton] and Kermit [Sheets]. Calls Anais Nin "a glamorous wallflower of the literary whirrld"; doesn't enjoy printing; discusses Centaur anthology; mentions mutual friends. Typed Letter Signed. 2 p.; 28 cm.

Correspondence and Manuscripts, 1954, Jan.-1956, Nov.

Box 7
Folder -- Contents

  1. 1954, 2 Jan.: Auden, W[yston] H[ugh], 1907-1973, New York City To Mr. [James] Broughton, London. Has selected two of his poems for The Faber Book of Modern American Verse which T.S. Eliot asked Auden to edit. Typed Letter Signed. 1 p.; 27.9 cm.
  2. 1954, 9 Jan.: [Sheets], K[ermit] To [James Broughton]. Expresses depression and indecision; writes of theatrical plans. Typed Letter Signed. 2 p.; 21.6 cm.
  3. 1954, 13-14 Jan.: [Sheets], K[ermit] To [James Broughton]. Feels lack of confidence; is having problems with the Interplayers; wants to join Broughton but only after a successful production. Typed Letter Signed. 5 p.; 21.6 cm.
  4. 1954, 20 Jan.: [Sheets], K[ermit], San Francisco To [James Broughton], London. Seeks a home with Broughton. Typed Letter Signed. 2 p.; 30.4 cm.
  5. 1954, 21 Jan.: [Sheets, K[ermit], San Francisco To J[ames Broughton], Paris. Explains involvement in local theater politics; analyzes their relationship. Typed Letter Signed. 2 p.; 30.5 cm.
  6. 1954, 25 Jan.: [Sheets, K[ermit], San Francisco To James [Broughton], Paris. Suggests places to meet in the spring; reiterates his loneliness. Typed Letter Signed. 2 p.; 30.5 cm.
  7. 1954, 26 Jan.: [Broughton], Esto, Fresno. Cal. To James [Broughton]. Has been feeling low due to ill health; continues her interest in "Spiritual awakening"; reveals Kermit Sheets hasn't tried to see her; received a note from Helen Nicolay. Autograph Letter Signed. 6 p.; 26.6 cm.
  8. 1954, 27 Jan.: [Sheets], K[ermit], San Francisco To James [Broughton], Paris. Inquires about a good 16mm print of The Pleasure Garden; continues to job hunt; would like to return to Europe. Typed Letter Signed. 2 p.; 30.5 cm.
  9. 1954, 2 Feb.: [Sheets, K[ermit] To [James Broughton]. Has a job; asks about paying off Broughton's loan; feels rehearsals are going well. Autograph Letter Signed. 2 p.; 28 cm.
  10. [1954], 12 Feb.: [Sheets], K[ermit], San Francisco To [James Broughton], London. Thanks him for package; discusses affair. Autograph Letter Signed. 2 p.; 30.6 cm.
  11. 1954, 17 Feb.: [Sheets], K[ermit], San Francisco To [James Broughton], London. May have to go on time work; reports Interplayers will soon be without a theater; discusses distribution problems concerning The Pleasure Garden. Typed Letter Signed. 2 p.; 30.6 cm.
  12. 1954, 22 Feb.: [Fenton], Frank, San Francisco To James [Broughton]. Has been appointed acting chairman; Ruth Witt calls Theodore Roethke "the Dylan Thomas of America"; inquires about Eugene Walter; reports Witter Bynner's illness. Typed Letter Signed. 2 p.; 27.8 cm.
  13. 1954, 22 Feb.: [Sheets], K[ermit], San Francisco To [James Broughton], London. Describes weekend in Monterey. Autograph Letter Signed. 2 p.; 30.6 cm.
  14. [1954], 27 Feb.: [Sheets], K[ermit] To [James Broughton]. Describes difficult relationship; confesses having read Broughton's notebooks; gossips about Gertrude Harris; anticipates reuniting with Broughton. Typed Letter Signed. 4 p.; 33 cm.
  15. [1954], 10 Mar.: [Sheets], K[ermit] To [James Broughton]. Discusses improvement in difficult relationship; feels play will be good. Autograph Letter Signed. 4 p.; 33 cm.
  16. [1954, 13 Mar.?]: [Sheets], K[ermit] To [James Broughton]. Thanks him for poem; mentions Robert Duncan. Autograph Letter Signed. 2 p.; 33 cm.
  17. [1954], 19 Mar.: [Sheets, Kermit], San Francisco To [James Broughton], Paris. Frets about the play; hopes for reunion by May. Autograph Letter Signed. 2 p.; 30.6 cm.
  18. 1954, 29 Mar.: [Sheets, Kermit], San Francisco To [James Broughton], Cannes, France. Describes opening of and reaction to play; longs for reunion. Typed Letter. 2 p.; 30.5 cm.
  19. [1954], 1-2 April: [Sheets], K[ermit], San Francisco To [James Broughton], Cannes, France. Hopes they're together soon; mentions Jean Cocteau; encloses review of The Legend of Lovers. Autograph Letter Signed. 3 p.; 21.6 cm.
  20. 1954, 8 April: [Sheets], K[ermit], San Francisco To [James Broughton], Paris. Begins planning European passage; discusses performances he's directed. Typed Letter Signed. 2 p.; 30.6 cm.
  21. 1954, 19 April: [Sheets, Kermit], San Francisco To [James Broughton], Paris. Books passage to Gibraltar; mentions Robert Duncan and Madeline Gleason; gives travel plans. Typed Letter Signed. 2 p.; 30.6 cm.
  22. [1954, 27 April]: [Sheets, K[ermit], San Francisco To [James Broughton], Torremolinos, Spain. Reports on poetry reading and play's progress. Autograph Letter Signed. 2 p.; 30.6 cm.
  23. 1954, 3 May: [Sheets], K[ermit], San Francisco To [James Broughton], Torremolinos, Spain. Relates activities of final days in town. Autograph Letter Signed. 2 p.; 30.5 cm.
  24. 1954, 6 May: [Sheets, Kermit], Fresno, Cal. To [James Broughton], Torremolinos, Spain. Describes family reaction to his parting. Autograph Letter Signed. 2 p.; 30.5 cm.
  25. [1954?], 21 May: [Harris], Gertrude, Paris To [James Broughton and Kermit Sheets]. Chronicles difficulties in getting The Pleasure Garden to film festivals; gives reaction to Zev's show; mentions Great Theatre Festival of Paris. Typed Letter Signed. 2 p.; 27.8 cm.
  26. [1954, July]: Mayorga, Margaret, 1894- , Glen Cave, N.Y. To James Broughton. Wishes to include Summer Fury in Twenty Popular Short Plays ; asks about film rights. Typed Letter Signed. 1 p.; 27.9 cm
  27. 1954, 16 Sept.: G[reensfelder], Bob, San Francisco To James [Broughton]. Gives instructions for sending films; suggests he see George Rosetti. Autograph Letter Signed. 2 p.; 28 cm.
  28. 1954, 24 Sept.: [Broughton], James, 1913- , London To Esto [Broughton], Modesto, Cal. Comments on the deaths of Helen Nicolay and Everett Bates; reports The Pleasure Garden is "much admired in Europe, and not wanted in U.S.A." Typed Letter Signed. 1 p.; 24.3 cm.
  29. 1954, 2 Nov.: Greensfelder, Bob San Francisco To James [Broughton], London. Encloses copies of correspondence with Denis Form concerning rights to The Pleasure Garden. Typed Letter Signed. 1 p.; 28 cm. Accompanied by copy of Forman's letter to Greensfelder and carbon of Greensfelder's, Accompanied by copy of Forman's letter to Greensfelder and carbon of Greensfelder's reply.
  30. 1954, 4 Nov.: [Knight], Arthur, New York City To James [Broughton]. Discusses "Omnbus" and Maya Deren's Creative Film Foundation. Typed Letter Signed. 1 p.; 27.9 cm.
  31. 1954, 8 Dec.: Greensfelder, Bob, San Francisco. To James [Broughton]. Hopes to organize American premiere of The Pleasure Garden at a theater or museum. Typed Letter Signed 2 p.; 27.9 cm.
  32. 1954, 19 Dec.: [Henning-Jensen], Bjarne, Copenhagen. To James [Broughton]. Would like to purchase his book; has just finished a film. Typed Letter Signed. 1 p.; 27.1 cm.
  33. Broughton, James Richard, 1913- "The queen of the mermaids was first to arrive." Typed Poem (copy). 1 p.; 27.9 cm. "From an unfinished Nativity play for Jean Garrigue."
  34. 1954: [Broughton, James Richard, 1913- ] Notes for True & false unicorn. Typed Manuscript. 2 p.; 27 cm.
  35. [1954]: [Picabia], Anita, Cannes, France To James [Broughton]. Congratulates him on Cannes Film Festival prize awarded The Pleasure Garden; reports Jean Cocteau called the film "exquisite." Autograph Letter Signed. 2 p.; 25.6 cm. Accompanied by Autograph Letter Signed from Mrs. Picabia's companion Germaine.
  36. [1954?]: [Duncan], Robert, 1919- To Jaimmy [Broughton]. Suggested Jess write him about Kermit Sheet's friend; comments on his poetry. Typed Letter Signed. 2 p.; 28 cm.
  37. 1955, 9 Jan.: [Roem], Ned, 1923- , New York City To James [Broughton]. Informs him he set "Orphan Girl in the Pleasure Garden" to music. Typed Letter Signed. 1 p.; 14.6 cm.
  38. 1955, 31 Jan.: [Brewer], B[ill], [San Francisco] To [James Broughton], [New York City]. Misses him; discusses distribution of The Pleasure Garden. Typed Letter Signed. 2 p.; 28 cm.
  39. 1955, 3 Feb.: Brewer, Bill To [Mr. Kronenberg], Los Angeles. Seeks American distribution for The Pleasure Garden. Typed Letter (carbon). 1 p.; 27.9 cm.
  40. 1955, 7 Feb.: [Brewer], B[ill] To James [Broughton] Quotes Kronenberg's letter; compares his films with Mr. Hulot's Holiday; mentions friends. Typed Letter Signed. 1 p.; 27.9 cm.
  41. 1955, 21 Feb.: [Stauffacher], Bobbie To Jimmy [Broughton]. Reports her husband's brain tumor has grown back, that he will die soon. Typed Letter Signed. 1 p.; 28 cm.
  42. 1955, 28 Feb.: [Mass], Willard, New York City To James [Broughton]. Reflects on Broughton's visit; describes benefit for Stan Brakhage; asks a favor. Typed Letter Signed. 1 p.; 21.6 cm.
  43. [1955, Feb.]: [Brewer], B[ill], [San Francisco] To [James Broughton]. Describes visit with Howard Greer; suggests Saturday Review article. Typed Letter Signed. 1 p.; 27.9 cm.
  44. [1955], 1 Mar.: [Caetani], Marguerite, Rome To James [Broughton]. Changes distribution dates; has heard from Alfred Chester and Madeline Gleason; having apartment trouble. Autograph Letter Signed. 3 p.; 15.4 cm.
  45. 1955, 8 Mar.: [Brewer], B[ill] To James [Broughton] Plans to see Kronenberg; hopes to get to Europe; has business worries. Typed Letter Signed. 1 p.; 28 cm.
  46. [1955], 9 Mar.: [Caetani], Marguerite To James [Broughton]. Returns poems; takes loan to get apartment. Autograph Letter Signed. 2 p.; 14.6 cm.
  47. 1955, 9 Mar.: ____, Robert, London To James [Broughton]. Sends him scenario with instructions. Typed Letter Signed 1 p.; 25.4 cm.
  48. 1955, 10 Mar.: [Brewer], B[ill], Beverly Hills, Cal. To James [Broughton]. Passes on Kronenberg's like of The Pleasure Garden; hopes it will have American distribution. Autograph Letter Signed. 2 p.; 26.8 cm.
  49. 1955, 22 Mar.: [Gleason], Madeline To [James Broughton and Kermit Sheets]. Criticizes Poet's Follies; has been selling paintings. Typed Letter Signed. 1 p.; 27.9 cm.
  50. 1955, 2 April: [Gamow], [Barbara] Perk[ins], New York City To James [Broughton]. Reports on Pete Collins; hopes to show Almanac for Amoists to E.E. Cummings. Typed Letter Signed. 2 p.; 28.1 cm.
  51. 1955, 7 April: [Broughton], James, 1913- , Paris To Esto [Broughton], Modesto, Cal. Seeing her was the major reason for his trip back to the States; will spend summer writing; isn't thinking about making films. Typed Letter Signed. 1 p.; 27 cm.
  52. 1955, 9 April: [Brewer], B[ill] To James [Broughton]. Hasn't heard from Kronenberg; gives names of friends in Florence. Typed Letter Signed. 1 p.; 27.9 cm.
  53. 1955, 17 April: [Maas], Willard, New York City To James [Broughton]. Thanks him for book; Narcissus near completion. Typed Letter Signed. 1 p.; 21.6 cm.
  54. 1955, 20 April: [Brewer, Bill] To James [Broughton]. Quotes from Kronenberg's letter; has been ill. Typed Letter. 1 p.; 17.8 cm.
  55. [1955], 23 April: [Caetani], Marguerite, Ninfa To James [Broughton]. Gave his poem directly to printer; invites him to stay with them. Autograph Letter Signed. 2 p.; 15.3 cm.
  56. 1955, 26 April: [Gleason], Madeline To [James Broughton and Kermit Sheets]. Announces Weldon Kees is organizing jazz festival; Robin Blaser has library job at Harvard. Typed Letter Signed. 2 p.; 21.6 cm.
  57. 1955, 27 April: [Brewer, Bill] To James [Broughton]. Updates him on Kronenberg; informs him of book distribution; asks what to do about check. Typed Letter 2 p.; 28 cm.
  58. 1955, 28 April: [Greensfelder], Bob, San Francisco To James [Broughton]. Apologizes for holding up print; mentions awards given to films by friends. Typed Letter Signed. 1 p.; 27.9 cm.
  59. [1955], 4 May: [Collins], Jess, 1923- , Black Mountain, N.C. To James [Broughton]. Asks for hundred dollar advance on portrait so he can return to San Francisco; seeks photos for collages; describes situation at the college. Autograph Letter Signed. 2 p.; 21.5 cm.
  60. 1955, 21 May: [Aldan], Daisy To James [Broughton]. Discusses possible acting jobs; will publish Broughton's poems in a magazine. Typed Letter Signed. 1 p.; 28 cm.
  61. 1955, 27 May: [Brewer], B[ill] To James [Broughton]. Hopes to receive contract from Kronenberg; deposited check; remembers Lillian Gish; mentions meeting Pauline Kael's daughter. Typed Letter Signed. 1 p.; 27.9 cm.
  62. [1955], 28 May: [Collins],Jess, 1923- , Black Mountain, N.C. To James [Broughton]. Will return to San Francisco after he and Robert Duncan visit Jonathan Williams; mentions Charles Olson and Robert Creeley. Autograph Letter Signed. 2 p.; 20.3 cm.
  63. 1955, 4 June: [Duncan], Robert, 1919- , Mollorca To Jimmy [Broughton]. Hopes he will visit; has been writing "my romantic ballads and translating Cocteau" reflects on friendship. Autograph Letter Signed. 2 p.; 27.7 cm.
  64. 1955, 7 June: [Moss], Stanley To James [Broughton]. Will try to send page proofs; hopes to see him in Rome. Autograph Letter Signed. 2 p.; 17.8 cm.
  65. [1955, 12 June]: [Broughton], James, 1913- , Forio, Ischia To Esto [Broughton], Modesto, Cal. Found Paris "too costly" and Princess Caetani's castle "too isolated and primitive"; went to visit W.A. Auden and stayed in same town. Typed Letter Signed. 1 p.; 26.8 cm. Letter ripped.
  66. 1955, 20 June: Wainhouse, Austyn, Paris To James [Broughton]. Announces the end of Collection Merlin but assures him orders will continue to be filled; hopes to write a book in Mallorca. Typed Letter Signed. 1 p.; 27 cm.
  67. 1955, 21 June: N[ewton], D[ouglas] To [James Broughton and Kermit Sheets]. May do book on clowns; has moved. Autograph Letter Signed. 2 p.; 25.4 cm.
  68. [1955, June]: [Duncan], Robert, 1919- , To Jimmy [Broughton]. Reflects on Robert Creeley's marriage and career; discusses financial situation and Spanish sightseeing; gives opinions of W.H. Auden and Robert Graves; hopes to "print myself" The Green Lady. Typed Letter Signed. 2 p.; 27.5 cm.
  69. 1955, 3 July: [Williams], Jonathan, Highlands, N.C. To James [Broughton]. Learns from Robert Duncan that Broughton wishes to publish a book; lists his poetic mentors. Typed Letter Signed. 1 p.; 27.9 cm.
  70. 1955, 9 July: [Broughton], Modesto, Cal. Returns check; is trying to write a play; advises her of publication of Almanac for Amorists. Typed Letter Signed. 1 p.; 26.9 cm.
  71. 1955, 9 July: [Gleason], Madeline To J[ames Broughton] and K[ermit Sheets]. Relays Phillip Lamantia's opinions of Robert Duncan's work; passes on news of Duncan from Robin Blaser. Autograph Letter Signed. 2 p.; 27.9 cm.
  72. 1955, 11 July: [Duncan], Robert, 1919- , Mallorca To Jimmy [Broughton]. Presents his philosophy behind appearing in magazines; critiques The True and False Unicorn; chronicles arrivals and departures and what he and Jess are working on; discusses Caeser's Gate. Typed Letter Signed. 2 p.; 31.5 cm.
  73. 1955, 12 July: [Moss], Stanley, Sermoneta, Italy To James [Broughton] and Kermit [Sheets]. Requests quick return of corrections or proofs; describes location. Typed Letter Signed. 2 p.; 21.9 cm.
  74. 1955, 15 July: [Chester], Alfredo, Paris To James [Broughton]. Working on new book; Sad Angel to be in O. Henry collection; has been to court about rent; gossips about Stanley Kunitz, Christopher Logue and the Harrises. Typed Letter Signed. 2 p.; 27 cm.
  75. 1955, 23 July: [Duncan], Robert, 1919- , Mallorca To Jimmy [Broughton]. Defends comments in his 11 July letter; discusses friendship. Autograph Letter Signed. 2 p.; 31.5 cm.
  76. 1955, 24 July: [Gleason], Madeline To James [Broughton]. Relates details of death of Weldon Kees. Typed Letter Signed. 2 p.; 19.7 cm.
  77. 1955, 27 July: [Gleason], Madeline, San Francisco To [James Broughton and Kermit Sheets]. Has just moved; thanks them for placing her poems in a magazine; hopes to get Broughton's book reviewed; suggests asking Lawrence Ferlinghetti. Autograph Letter Signed 2 p.; 19.7 cm.
  78. 1955, 28 July: [Witt-Diamant, Ruth], San Francisco To Jimmy [Broughton]. Explains why she isn't coming to Europe; comments on the Poetry Center; announces Philip Lamantia has become a Catholic. Typed Letter. 1 p.; 27.8 cm.
  79. [1955], 31 July: [Caetani], Marguerite, Paris To James [Broughton]. Has decided on Noonday as her American distributor; explains problems with Stanley Maas and Eduardo Roditi; doesn't like Robert Duncan's poems; asks him to choose Madeline Gleason's poems. Autograph Letter Signed. 3 p.; 26.9 cm.
  80. 1955, 2 Aug.: [Moss], Stanley To James [Broughton]. Discusses correction in proofs. Typed Letter Signed. 1 p.; 28 cm.
  81. 1955, 14 Aug.: [Broughton], J[ames], 1913- "For forty leonine summers." Autograph Poem Signed. 1 p.; 33.4 cm.
  82. [1955], 24 Aug.: [Caetani], Marguerite, Paris To James [Broughton]. Has been ill; wants to talk to him about Kermit Sheets; will take Robert Duncan's poems. Autograph Letter Signed. 4 p.; 26.9 cm.
  83. 1955, 27 Aug.: Brandt, Dorothy, M., Walter, N.Y. To Mr. [James] Broughton. Informs him of cost of "sealed postage abroad." Typed Letter Signed. 1 p.; 18 cm.
  84. 1955, 30 Aug.: [Williams], Jonathan To James [Broughton]. Updates him on Jargon's forthcoming titles; hopes to go to Europe. Typed Letter Signed. 1 p.; 27.9 cm.
  85. 1955, 31 Aug.: [Brewer, Bill] To James [Broughton]. Discusses business problems; reflects on their relationship. Typed Letter. 2 p.; 28 cm.
  86. 1955, 1 Sept.: N[ewton], D[ouglas], London To James [Broughton]. Mentions Alfred [Chester] has been "uncommunicable"; hopes to see him soon. Autograph Letter Signed. 1 p.; 25.3 cm.
  87. 1955, 1 Sept.: [Williams], Jonathan To James [Broughton]. Sends him poems to be considered for magazine; gives critiques of them from Kenneth Rexroth, Louis Zukofsky and Charles Olson; discusses "the language" of his poetry. Typed Letter Signed. 1 p.; 27.9 cm.
  88. 1955, 5 Sept.: [Maas], Will[ard], New York City To James [Broughton]. Discusses continuing financial problems; gossips; asks for suggestions about film showings. Typed Letter (carbon). 2 p.; 28.1 cm.
  89. 1955, 9 Sept.: [Anderson], Lindsay, 1923- , [London] To James [Broughton]. Explains he is busy on several projects; asks specific questions about Broughton's proposed film; writes about mutual friends. Typed Letter Signed. 2 p.; 25.6 cm.
  90. 1955, 12 Sept.: [Aldan], Daisy, New York City To James [Broughton] and Kermit [Sheets], Paris. Discusses European travels; mentions John Ashbery; writes about Folder. Typed Letter Signed 1 p.; 20.4 cm.
  91. 1955, 14 Sept.: [Duncan], Robert, 1919- , Mallorca To Jimmy [Broughton], Paris. Considers moving to Paris; asks for encouragement. Autograph Letter Signed. 1 p.; 31.5 cm.
  92. 1955, 19 Sept.: [Brewer], B[ill] To James [Broughton]. Informs him The Pleasure Garden has been booked; mentions all his friends are discussing his return. Typed Letter Signed. 1 p.; 27.9 cm.
  93. 1955, 20 Sept.: [Moholy-Nagy], [Dorothea Maria Pauline Alice] Sibyl [Pietzsch], New York To James [Broughton]. Has returned from lecture trip in Europe; gossips. Typed Letter Signed. 2 p.; 27.8 cm.
  94. 1955, 26 Sept.: [Duncan], Robert, 1919- , Mallorca To Jimmy [Broughton], Paris. Plans to come to Paris; passes on news of Miriam Patchen; lists his reading; asks how to take paintings out of Spain. Autograph Letter Signed. 2 p.; 31.5 cm.
  95. 1955, 16 Oct.: [Brewer], B[ill] To James [Broughton]. Has changed business address; informs him showing of The Pleasure Garden has been postponed. Typed Letter Signed. 1 p.; 27.9 cm.
  96. 1955, 26 Oct.: [Brewer], B[ill] To James [Broughton]. Reacts to current run of The Pleasure Garden; mentions shipment of books. Typed Letter Signed. 1 p.; 28 cm. Followed by Autograph Post Script (added later?) from K[ermit] S[heets].
  97. 1955, 2 Nov.: ____, Pat, Rome To James [Broughton]. Has been ill; mentions friends. Autograph Letter Signed. 2 p.; 27.6 cm.
  98. 1955, 4 Nov.: [Brewer], B[ill], San Francisco To James [Broughton]. Informs him Raymond Rohauer wants to handle The Pleasure Garden; suggests he'd have more room at Madeline Gleason's. Typed Letter Signed. 2 p.; 28 cm.
  99. 1955, 8 Nov.: [Williams], Jonathan, Highlands, N.C. To James [Broughton]. Has been trying to get a job as a free-lance designer; inquires about his Unicorn book; includes two haiku. Typed Letter Signed. 1 p.; 27.9 cm.
  100. 1955, 11 Nov.: [Rosenthal], Elsa To James [Broughton]. Reports she is secretary to actor Helmut Dantine. Typed Letter Signed. 1 p.; 22.6 cm.
  101. 1955, 12 Nov.: [Broughton], James, 1913- , Paris To Esto [Broughton]. Thanks her for birthday gift; will sail soon to New York, "leaving half my heart on this side of the Atlantic"; feels they will be better friends if they don't live together. Typed Letter. 1 p.; 27 cm.
  102. 1955, 28 Nov.: [Williams], Jonathan, Highlands, N.C. To James [Broughton]. Continues trying to finance trip to Europe. Typed Letter Signed. 1 p.; 27.9 cm.
  103. 1955, 29 Nov.: [Brewer], B[ill], San Francisco To [James Broughton]. Advises him of the progress of The Pleasure Garden. Typed Letter Signed. 1 p.; 28 cm.
  104. 1955, 29 Nov.: [Broughton], Esto, Modesto, Cal. To James [Broughton]. Welcomes him back to America; updates him about the family. Typed Letter Signed. 1 p.; 28 cm.
  105. 1955, 4 Dec.: [Newton], Douglas, London To Jimmy [Broughton], New York City. Hopes he had good voyage. Autograph Letter Signed. 1 p.; 24.6 cm.
  106. 1955, 9 Dec. : [Brewer], B[ill], San Francisco To James [Broughton]. Sends letter from Raymond Rohauer; anticipates his return. Typed Letter Signed. 1 p.; 28 cm.
  107. 1955, 17 Dec.: [Grenier], Cynthia, Paris To James [Broughton]. Is sorry to have missed him; mentions Mary Meerson. Typed Letter Signed. 1 p.; 26.7 cm.
  108. 1955, 27 Dec.: [Lassally], Walter, 1926- , Richmond Surrey, [England] To James [Broughton], San Francisco. Describes filming A Girl in Black in Greece; reacts to Frank Staffacher's death; discusses current successes of The Pleasure Garden cast members. Typed Letter Signed. 2 p.; 24.5 cm.
  109. 1955, 30 Dec.: ____, Neil, Geneva To James [Broughton] and Kermit [Sheets]. Has been temporarily moved by the International Labour Office; can't afford to come to California. Autograph Letter Signed. 2 p.; 21 cm.
  110. 1955, [Dec.]: [Duncan, Robert Edward, 1919- ] ["Poems are gifts"]. Autograph Manuscript. 1 p.; 21.9 cm.
  111. [1955, Dec.]: [Moholy-Nagy, Dorothea Maria Pauline Alice Sibylle Pietzsch] To [James Broughton]. Sends new year's greetings. Autograph Card Signed. 2 p.; 7.7 cm.
  112. Undated. [1955?]: [Aldan], Daisy, New York City To James [Broughton]. Suggests a Paris contact; discusses Folder. Typed Letter Signed. 2 p.; 21.6 cm.
  113. Undated. [1955?]: [Aldan, Daisy To James [Broughton] and Kermit [Sheets]. Describes filming; anticipates summer plans. Typed Letter Signed. 2 p.; 22 cm.
  114. [1955?]: Broughton, James, 1913- "A garland for Marguerite Caetani." Autograph Poem. 1 p.; 43.9 cm. Lettered and illustrated by Kermit Sheets.
  115. [1955?]: [Broughton, James, 1913- ] "St. Sigmundiana." Typed Poem. 1 p.; 27.8 cm. Selection from True & False Unicorn.
  116. 1955: [Collins], Jess, 1923- [View of something or other.] Collage. 1 p.; 16.8 cm. Hand-made postcard inscribed on verso to Jimmy [Broughton] and Kermit [Sheets].
  117. 1955: Duncan, Robert Edward, 1919- "An owl is an only bird of poetry." Typed Manuscript Signed. 3 p.; 31.6 cm.
  118. [1955]: [Duncan, Robert Edward, 1919- ] ["Twelve poems".] Typed Manuscript. 19 p.; 25.9 cm. Contents: "The Horns of Artemis," "An Imaginary War Elegy," "Africa Revisited," Adam's Song," "From a New Sequence," "The Song of the Borderguard," "Five pieces," "Hero Song," "An Imaginary Woman," "[Unkind by affection?]," "Of the Art" and "Eluard's Death."
  119. [1955?]: [Duncan, Robert Edward, 1919- ] "Writing writing"; and "Stein imitations" Typed Manuscript. (carbon). 28 p.; 31.5 cm. Published by Sunbooks, Albuquerque, N.M., 1964, Spec Coll PS3507.U629 W7.
  120. Undated. [1955]: [Witt-Diamant], Ruth To James [Broughton] Is happy he's returning; gossips about mutual friends. Typed Letter Signed. 1p.; 28.1 cm.
  121. [1955]: [Duncan, Robert Edward, 1919- ] To [James Broughton] "Caesar's Gate" poems 1949-50 by Jess Collins. Publisher's announcement. 16x22 cm.
  122. 1956, 3 Jan.: [Broughton], James, 1913- , San Francisco To Esto [Broughton]. Has moved into new apartment; must work on his play; sends new year's greetings. Typed Letter Signed . 1 p.; 26.9 cm.
  123. 1956, 4 Jan.: [Broughton], Esto To James [Broughton] Sends new year greetings; hopes to get some work done. Typed Letter; 1 p.; 28 cm
  124. 1956, 5 Jan.: [Broughton], Esto To James [Broughton]. Reacts to his visit. Typed Letter Signed. 1 p.; 27.9 cm.
  125. [1956, 5 Jan.]: [Duncan], Robert, 1919- , London To James [Broughton], San Francisco. Discusses financial situation; mentions lost manuscripts; describes travels; contemplates the contemporary art scene. Typed Letter Signed. 3 p.; 20 cm.
  126. 1956, 10 Jan.: [Harrington], Curtis, Hollywood To James [Broughton] and Kermit [Sheets]. Welcomes them back to the country; warns him about Raymond Rohauer; informs them he's Jerry Wald's assistant. Typed Letter Signed. 1 p.; 26.4 cm.
  127. 1956, 10 Jan.: Rohauer, Raymond, Hollywood, Cal. To Mr. [James] Broughton. Wants to buy 35 mm rights to The Pleasure Garden; suggests producing a film of his; names Willard Mass as reference. Typed Letter Signed. 1 p.; 28 cm.
  128. 1956, 13 Jan.: Broughton, James, 1913- , San Francisco To Mr. [Raymond Rohauer] Discusses The Pleasure Garden rights. Typed Letter (carbon). 1 p.; 26.9 cm.
  129. [1956], 16 Jan.: [Caetani], Marguerite, Rome To James [Broughton]. Inquires about his health; is printing the Robert Duncan poems Broughton chose. Autograph Letter Signed. 4 p.; 14.6 cm.
  130. [1956, 16 Jan.: [Kunitz], Stanley, 1905- , Seattle To James [Broughton] and Kermit [Sheets], San Francisco. Would like to see them; enjoys teaching in Seattle. Autograph Postcard Signed. 1 p.; 14 cm.
  131. [1956], 22 Jan.: Chapin, Sylvia and David, Cambridge, England, To [James Broughton and Kermit Sheets], San Francisco. Thank them for card; hope to see them again. Autograph Postcard Signed. 1 p.; 8.9 cm.
  132. 1956, 24 Jan.: Rohauer, Raymond, Hollywood, Cal. To Mr. [James] Broughton. Responds to his proposal. Typed Letter Signed. 1 p.; 27.9 cm.
  133. 1956, 26 Jan.: Broughton, James, 1913- , San Francisco To Mr. [Raymond] Rohauer. Amends proposal concerning rights to The Pleasure Garden. Typed Letter. (carbon) 1 p.l; 27 cm.
  134. 1956, 26 Jan.: Broughton, James, 1913- "An aquarioso for Madeline Gleason. Autograph Poem. 1 p.; 50 cm. Calligraphy and drawings by Kermit Sheets.
  135. 1956, 31 Jan.: Williams, Jonathan, Highlands, To James Broughton Decides to stay at hope for awhile; announces Robert Creeley is leaving for Albuquerque. Type Letter Signed 1 p.; 28 cm.
  136. [1956, Jan.-Mar.?]: [Duncan, Robert Edward, 1919- ] "The snake skin and crawl of the whole in the world." Autograph Manuscript. 1 p.; 27.9 cm. Reading list.
  137. 1956, 2 Feb.: [Broughton], J[ames], 1913- , San Francisco To Esto [Broughton], Modesto, Cal. Sends her Adelle Davis book; has been seeing doctors and dentist; hopes his play is produced in New York. Typed Letter Signed. 1 p.; 25.4 cm.
  138. 1956, 2 Feb.: [Williams], Jonathan To James [Broughton]. Will design Broughton's book for Barney Rosset; has begun long poem which requires research. Typed Letter Signed. 1 p.; 28 cm.
  139. 1956, 3 Feb.: [Aldan], Daisy, New York City To James [Broughton] and Kermit [Sheets]. Thanks him for sending The Playground; is translating "Ping Pong." Typed Letter Signed. 2 p.; 26.8 cm.
  140. 1956, 3 Feb.: [Broughton], Esto To James [Broughton]. Responds to book on health food he sent; relays message for Douglas Campbell. Typed Letter. 1 p.; 27.8 cm.
  141. 1956, 5 Feb.: [Duncan], Robert, 1919- , Paris To James [Broughton], San Francisco. Explains why he may soon return; hopes to write "a living room comedy"; copies four stanzas of "Often I am permitted to return to a meadow." Typed Letter Signed. 3 p.; 20 cm.
  142. 1956, 10 Feb.: [Harris], Zev [Dan], Paris To James [Broughton] Thanks him for check; expects Robert Duncan and Jess Collins to stay with them en route to Mojorca; includes poem, "Lament of the Lemon." Autograph Letter Signed. 2 p.; 27.2 cm.
  143. 1956, 14 Feb.: Rohauer, Raymond, Hollywood, Cal. To Jimmie [Broughton]. Hopes to dine with him and Stan Brakhage. Typed Letter Signed. 1 p.; 28 cm.
  144. 1956, 23 Feb.: [Broughton], James, 1913- , To Esto [Broughton]. Is leaving for Hollywood to try to sell theatrical rights to The Pleasure Garden; regrets he won't be in town to see her. Typed Letter. 1 p.; 27.8 cm.
  145. 1956, 23 Feb.: [Broughton, James Richard, 1913- ], San Francisco To Jonathan [Williams]. Sends Unicorn manuscript with instructions; gives his "prejudices and preferences: concerning type and layout. Typed Letter (carbon). 3 p.; 27.8 cm.
  146. 1956, 24 Feb.: Duncan, [Robert Edward], 1919- , Mallorca To James [Broughton], San Francisco. Complains about staying with the Harrises in Paris; will return to the States to teach at Black Mountain College. Autograph Letter Signed. 2 p.; 27 cm.
  147. 1956, 26 Feb.: Rohauer, Raymond, Los Angeles To James Broughton. Lists points to be covered in contract concerning distribution of Pleasure Garden. Typed Letter Signed. 1 p.; 28 cm.
  148. 1956, 1 Mar.: _____, Terese Maria, Forio To James [Broughton] and Kermit [Sheets]. Hopes they will return. Autograph Letter Signed. 1 p.; 25.5 cm.
  149. 1956, 5 Mar.: [Aldan], Daisy To James [Broughton] and Kermit [Sheets]. Mentions new issue of Folder and Kenward Elmslie's opera. Autograph Letter Signed. 2 p.; 28.1 cm.
  150. 1956, 8 Mar.: Elsberg, Hilde To Mr. [James] Broughton. Discusses his health and analysis; reacts to his poems. Typed Letter Signed. 2 p.; 28 cm.
  151. 1956, 16 Mar.: [Williams], Jonathan, Highlands, N.C. To James [Broughton], [San Francisco]. Acknowledges receipt of manuscript; announces Robert Duncan will teach at Black Mountain; asks about Kenneth Rexroth. Typed Letter Signed. Typed Letter Signed. 1 p.; 27.8 cm.
  152. 1956, 20 Mar.: [Harris], Zev [Dan], London To James [Broughton] and Kermit [Sheets]. Is in love; planning exhibit in 1957; gossips about Terrence Alexander, Gavin Lambert, Lindsay Anderson and James Roditi. Autograph Letter Signed. 9 p.; 20.2 cm.
  153. 1956, 25 Mar.: [Rohauer], Raymond, Hollywood, Cal. To Jimmy [Broughton]. Presents terms for distribution of The Pleasure Garden. Typed Letter Signed. 1 p.; 28 cm.
  154. [1956, 27 Mar.]: [Broughton], James, 1913- , San Francisco To Esto [Broughton], Modesto, Cal. Is unable to leave; has deadline to finish a script. Autograph Postcard Signed. 1 p.; 8.3 cm.
  155. 1956, 28 Mar.: [Rosenthal], Elsa, Rome To James [Broughton] and Kermit [Sheets]. Will return to San Francisco; catalogs various employments; gossips about mutual acquaintances. Typed Letter Signed. 1 p.; 25.5 cm.
  156. 1956, 29 Mar.: [Williams], Jonathan, Highlands, N.C. To James [Broughton]. Writes about designing his book; delighted to see Robert Duncan at Black Mountain; suggests he'll end Jargon after the 20th book. Typed Letter Signed. 1 p.; 27.8 cm.
  157. Undated. [1956, Mar.?]: [Williams], Jonathan To James [Broughton]. Relates contents of letter from Barney Rosset; requests movie stills. Typed Postcard Signed. 1 p.; 8.3 cm.
  158. 1956, 11 April: [Duncan], Robert, 1919- , Black Mountain, N.C. To James [Broughton]. Discusses "a childhood obsessive dream" to which his new poem refers; describes his duties at the college; hopes Broughton will like Robert Creeley; has begun Medea. Autograph Letter Signed. 2 p.; 25.2 cm. Accompanied by "Into the Waltz Dancer," Typed Manuscript. 2 p.; 25.2 cm.
  159. 1956, 12 April: Phelps, Lyon, 1923- , New York City To James Broughton. Thanks him for sending The Playground; explains procedures of Poet's Theater; suggests he translate Brecht. Typed Letter Signed. 2 p.; 27.9 cm. Accompanied by list of Poets' Theater productions and article from Mademoiselle.
  160. 1956, 15 April: [Hughes], Myna [Brunton], San Francisco To James [Broughton]. Invites him to participate in celebration of Margery Bailey's retirement. Typed Letter Signed. 2 p.; 20.9 cm.
  161. 1956, 19 April: [Aldan], Daisy, New York City To James [Broughton]. Attends The Mother of Us All; rehearses Shakespeare; returns from Key West. Autograph Letter Signed. 3 p.; 26.7 cm.
  162. 1956, 19 April: Rohauer, Raymond, Los Angeles To James Broughton, San Francisco. Requests print of The Pleasure Garden. Telegram. 1 p.; 14.5 cm.
  163. 1956, 9 May: [Wiliams], Jonathan, Highlands, N.C. To James [Broughton]. Hopes to take manuscript to printer; asks Broughton to tell Robert Creeley to write. Typed Letter Signed. 1 p.; 27.8 cm.
  164. 1956, 10 May: [Broughton], James, 1913- , San Francisco To Esto [Broughton] Has been seeing the dentist almost daily to save his teeth from extraction; is looking for new place to live; producer won't do his play; has had no luck in distributing The Pleasure Garden; doesn't "get along" with his sister-in-law. Typed Letter Signed. 1 p.; 27.8 cm.
  165. 1956, 10 May: Willis, Richard, Rome, Georgia To Mr. [James] Broughton. Promises to send Broughton a tape of the music he composed for The Playground. Typed Letter Signed. 1 p.; 28 cm.
  166. 1956, 12 May: Baas, Franziska, Rome, George To Mr. [James] Broughton. Discusses college production of The Playground and Richard Willis score. Autograph Letter Signed. 2 p.; 21.5 cm.
  167. 46. [Broughton]. Expresses disappointment in his failure to send print and agree to terms. Typed Letter Signed. 1 p.; 27.7 cm. Accompanied by proof of advertisements.
  168. 1956, 19 May: [Williams], Jonathan, [Highlands, N.C.] To James [Broughton], [San Francisco]. Informs him there are two free pages in the book; requests potos and copy for dedication page. Typed Letter Signed. 1 p.; 27.9 cm.
  169. 1956, 21 May: [Aldan], Daisy To James [Broughton] and Kermit [Sheets]. Inquires about their activities. Autograph Letter Signed. 2 p.; 12.3 cm.
  170. 49. San Francisco. Describes travels. Autograph Postcard Signed. 1 p.; 10.5 cm.
  171. 1956, 21 Mat: Deren, Maya, New York City To James Broughton, San Francisco. Asks if he wishes to enter The Pleasure Garden in competition for a Creative Film Award. Telegraph. 1 p.; 14.4 cm.
  172. 1956, 22 May: Brewer, Bill To Mr. [Raymond] Rohauer, Los Angeles, Cal. Offers his print of The Pleasure Garden for rent. Typed Letter (carbon). 1 p.; 28 cm.
  173. 1956, 22 May: Broughton, James, 1913- , San Francisco To Raymond [Rohauer]. Explains why he didn't send print. Typed Letter (carbon). 1 p.; 27.9 cm.
  174. 1956, 23 May: [Adam], Helen, 1909- , [San Francisco] To [James Broughton, San Francisco]. Thanks him for an evening of poetry. Autograph Postcard Signed. 1 p.; 10.3 cm.
  175. 54. [James Broughton]. Reports on visit with E.E. Cummings; comments on Broughton's self-view. Typed Letter Signed. 1 p.; 28 cm.
  176. 1956, 27 May: [Maas, Willard], New York City To James [Broughton]. Tells him of the reaction to The Pleasure Garden; gossips; comments on Stan Brakhage. Typed Letter. 2 p.; 28.2 cm. Accompanied by programs for film showing.
  177. 1956, 31 May: [Aldan], Daisy, New York City To James [Broughton]. Anticipates European travel; was stabbed while rehearsing Macbeth. Typed Letter Signed. 2 p.; 26.7 cm.
  178. 1956, 31 May: [Williams], Jonathan, Highlands, N.C. To James [Broughton]. Continues preliminary planning for book. Typed Letter Signed. 1 p.; 27.9 cm.
  179. [1956, May]: B[roughton], J[ames], 1913- , To Film Images, New York City. Requests that they enter The Pleasure Garden in Creative Film Award competition. Autograph Draft Signed. 1 p.; 27.9 cm.
  180. 1956, 3 June: Duncan, [Robert Edward], 1919- , To Jaime [Broughton]. Proposes guidelines for a Writers Table. Typed Letter Signed. 2 p.; 28 cm.
  181. 1956, 11 June: [Broughton, James Richard, 1913- ], San Francisco To Johnathan [Williams]. Quotes from Barney Rosset's letter allowing book to commence; must do some revisions; offers suggestion for design. Typed Letter (cardbon). 1 p; 27.9 cm.
  182. 1956, 18 June: [Aldan], Daisy To James [Broughton]. Promises to send play before leaving for Europe. Typed Letter Signed. 1 p.; 26.6 cm.
  183. 1956, 28 June: [Elsbert], Hilde To James [Broughton]. Thanks him for check; advises him about his "physical and emotional re-orientation." Typed Letter Signed. 2 p.; 21.6 cm.
  184. 1956, 28 June: [Williams], Johnathan To James [Broughton]. Discusses publication details. Typed Letter Signed. 1 p.; 27.9 cm.
  185. 1956, 30 June: [Harris], Zev [Dan], Paris To James [Broughton] and [Kermit Sheets], San Francisco. Offers names for their house; has added cresent moons to his collection. Autograph Letter Signed. 2 p.; 21 cm.
  186. [1956, June?]: [Duncan], Robert, 1919- , Black Mountain, N.C. To Jaime [Broughton]. Lists plays that could be done by a Writers Theater; isn't certain if there will be summer term; may visit Denise Levertov in Mexico; hopes he'll subscribe to Black Mountain Review. Typed Letter Signed. 2 p. ; 27.8 cm.
  187. 1956, 4 July: [Williams], Johathan, Highlands, N.C. To James [Broughton]. Will photograph unicorn-root for possible use in book; plans trip to photograph petrogylphs for Paul Metcalf's book; intends to end Jargon. Typed Letter Signed. 1 p.; 27.9 cm.
  188. 1956, 8 July: Bailey, Margery, 1891- , Ashland, Ore. To James [Broughton], San Francisco. Thanks him for poem. Autograph Letter Signed. 4 p.; 17.8 cm.
  189. 1956, 10 July: Hughes, Myna Brunton, San Francisco To "Donors of the Retirement Gift for Professor Margery Bailey." Informs them of amount of funds received and gifts presented; prints James Broughton's poem; "An Admiration for Margery Bailey." Form Letter. 2 p.; 28 cm.
  190. 1956, 16 July: D[uncan], R[obert Edward, 1919- ,] Black Mountain, N.C. To Jaime [Broughton], San Francisco. Describes visit to New York City; reflects on an opinion of John Cage; discusses need for a private existence.
  191. 1956, 20 July: [Sandoe], Jim, Boulder, Col. To Jim [Broughton]. Asks about 35mm print of Pleasure Garden. Typed Letter Signed. 2 p.; 12.8 cm.
  192. 1956, 23 July: [Maas], Will[ard], New York City To James [Broughton]. Encloses poem for wedding of Arthur Miller and Marilyn Monroe; discusses travel plans. Typed Letter Signed. 1 p; 28.1 cm. Accompanied by "Epithalamian." Typed Poem Signed. 3 leaves; 28 cm.
  193. 1956], 28[?] July: [Sandoe] Jim, Boulder, Col. To Jim [Broughton]. Will propose Broughton as a lecturer; asks what film he'd suggest on a bill with Pleasure Garden; wrote to Charles Chaplin; writes bout his children. Typed Letter Signed. 3 p.; 14.1 cm Accompanied by T.L. (carbon). 1 p. 28 cm. from Sandoe to Francis Wolle.
  194. 1956, 16 Aug.: [Williams], Johnathan To James [Broughton]. Announces he's "tired" of Jargon: "I do not like selling." Made copies of unicorn illustrations at library of Congress. Typed Letter Signed. 1 p.; 27.9 cm.
  195. [1956] 19 Aug.: [Caetani], Marguerite, Paris. To James [Broughton]. Must hold poems of Madeline Gleason and Robert Duncan until next issue; sees Alfred Chester often. Autograph Letter Sigend. 2 p.; 26.9 cm.
  196. 1956, 24 Aug.: [Sandon], Jim To Jim [Broughton]. Informs him the lectureship isn't available until 1957; will pair Broughton's film with a Cocteau. Typed Letter Signed. 2 p.; 12.8 cm.
  197. 1956, 26 Aug.: [Sando,] Jim, Boulder Col. To Jim [Broughton], San Francisco. Sends copy of letter proposing Broughton apply to the Rockefeller Foundation. Typed Letter Signed. 1 p.; 12.8 cm. Accompanied by Typed Letter (carbon). 1 p.; 27.9 cm. from Sandoe to the D'Arms brothers.
  198. [1956], 30 Aug.: [Caetani], Marguerite, Paris To James [Broughton]. Would be happy to have him dedicate his book to her; discusses Madeline Gleason's poems; mentions Paul Engle, Alfred Chester and Eugene Walter. Autograph Letter Signed. 2 p.; 26.9 cm.
  199. [1956?], 20 Sept.: [Chester], Alfred, Paris To James [Broughton]. Quotes from his London reviews; comments on friends. Typed Letter Signed. 2 p.; 27.6 cm.
  200. 1956, 28 Sept.: [Williams], Johnathan To James [Broughton]. Advises book is nearly complete; inquires about friends. Typed Letter Signed. 1 p.; 28 cm.
  201. 1956, 30 Sept.: [Broughton], James, 1913- , San Francisco To Esto [Broughton]. Encountered his brother and family; reports he has no agent; will enquire about one for her. Typed Letter. 1 p.; 27.8 cm.
  202. [1956], 20 Oct.: [Stauffacher], Bobbie, Basel To James [Broughton] & Kermit [Sheets], San Francisco. Spends most of her time at school; saw Gertrude Harris and Mildred Brock in Paris; may finish her hunsband's films. Autograph Letter Signed. 1 p.; 27.8 cm.
  203. [1956?] 23 Oct.: [Chester], Alfred, Paris To [James Broughton]. Thanks him for letter analyzing his book; describes free lance job and trip to London. Typed Letter Signed. 2 p.; 27.6 cm.
  204. 1956, 10 Nov.: [Anderson], Lindsay, 1923- , [London] To James [Broughton]. Mentions Gavin Lambert and Nicholas Ray; writes of directing episodes of "Robin Hood" for television and making a documentary on the Covent Garden market; gossips about friends. Typed Letter Signed. 5 p.; 26 cm.
  205. [1956], 11 Nov.: [Caetani], Marguerite, Paris To James [Broughton]. Was hurt by his letter's accusation she is subservient to Eugene Walter whom she defends. Autograph Letter Signed. 2 p.; 27 cm. Accompanied by 6 photos.
  206. 1956, 11 Nov.: [Williams], Johnathan To James [Broughton]. Sends proofs for True and False Unicorn; announces Barney Rosset plans a hardbound edition as well. Typed Letter Signed. 1 p.; 27.9 cm.
  207. 1956, 25 Nov.: [Loveday], Jeanne, Briarcliff, N.Y. To James [Broughton]. Expresses shock at Esto's death. Autograph Letter Signed. 2 p.; 26.7 cm.
  208. [1956], 30 Nov.: [Chester, Alfred], Paris To James [Broughton]. Is sorry about his aunt's death; discusses Eugene Walter; quotes from new work; appraises Bottege Oscara. Typed Letter Signed. 2 p.; 27.5 cm.
  209. [1956, Nov.]: [Broughton], J[ames], 1913- , San Francisco To Esto [Broughton]. Will vote for Adlai Stevenson; will be entertaining Jean Garrigue. Typed Letter Signed. 1 p.; 27.7 cm.
  210. 1956, Nov.: Duncan, Robert Edward, 1919- A birthday pillow book for James from Robert and Jess. Autograph Manuscript Signed. 18 leaves; 22.9 cm. In flap at end of book is Autograph Manuscript of Duncan's "An owl is an only bird of poetry." 6 p.; 24 cm.

Correspondence and Manuscripts, 1956, Dec.- 1957

Box 8
Folder -- Contents

  1. 1956, 2 Dec.: Baas, Franziska, Rome, Georgia To Kermit Sheets. Requests copies of The Playground; discusses music and choreography of Shorter College production. Autograph Letter Signed. 2 p.; 28 cm.
  2. 1956, 18 Dec.: [Williams], Jonathan To James [Broughton]. Describes binding for hardbound copies of True and False Unicorn; discusses Don Allen. Typed Letter Signed. 1 p.; 27.9 cm
  3. 1956, 23 Dec.: [Moholy-Nagy], [Dorothea Maria Pauline Alice] Sibyl [Pietzsch], New York City To James [Broughton]. Gossips about mutual friends; hopes to finish novel. Typed Letter Signed 2 p.; 27.9 cm.
  4. 1956, 31 Dec.: [Gamow], [Barbara], Perk[ins], New York City To James [Broughton]. Describes her holidy rounds. Typed Letter Signed. 1 p.; 27.8 cm.
  5. 1956: Broughton, James, 1913- Father was an ostrich. Typed Play (carbon). 99 [i.e. 103] p.; 28 cm. "Adapted from Lew Oeufs de lautruche by Andre Roussin." Accompanied by printed copy of Roussins French text, copies of Doris Danas English version, The Ostrich and His Eggs, correspondence with Arnold St. Subber and contracts.
  6. Undated. [1956, Dec.]: [Williams], Johnathan, New York City To James [Broughton]. Uncertain of book's publication date; plans to attend "literary" dinner party; hopes to issue recording of poets reading. Typed Letter Signed. 1 p.; 27.9 cm.
  7. [1956?]: [Harris, Gertrude] To [James Broughton]. Plans to move to Italy; went to Paris premiere of Requiem for a Nun with Ruth and Charles Henri Ford. Typed Letter Signed. 2 p.; 26.9 cm.
  8. Undated. [1956]: [Harris], Gertrude, [Paris] To [James Brougthon and Kermit Sheets]. Describes Paris in winter; recaps Zev's reviews; Zev has discovered French relatives; discusses art war about figurative work; gossips about Alfred Chester, Christopher Logue, Robert Duncan and others. Typed Letter Signed. 4 p.; 27.2 cm.
  9. Undated. [1956?]: [Maas], Will[ard], New York City To James [Broughton]. Recounts problems during current film; mentions Stan Brakhage and Ben Moore. Typed Letter 2 p.; 28.2 cm.
  10. Undated. [1956?]: [Triem], Eve, 1902- , To James [Broughton]. Disagrees with Robert Duncan's critique of True and False Unicorn. Autograph Letter Signed. 1 p.; 21.5 cm.
  11. 1956-75: Triem, Eve. 1902- "Poems." Typed Manuscript Signed. 68 p. Usually hand-decorated, these manuscripts were often enclosed with letters to James Broughton.]
  12. [1956?]: Tyler, Parker Comment on Narcissus by Ben Moore and Willard Maas. Typed Essay (carbon). 1 p.; 28 cm.
  13. [1957], 9 Jan.: Lassally, Walter, 1926- Richmond, Surrey, [England] To James [Broughton], San Francisco. Discusses the films he shot during 1956. Typed Letter Signed. 1 p.; 25.4
  14. 1957, 9 Jan.: [Williams], Johnathan To James [Broughton]. Discusses typography for book; sends partial paste-up. Typed Letter Signed. 1 p.; 27.8 cm.
  15. 1957, 13 Jan.: [Harris], Gertrude, Rome To Jimmy-James [Broughton] Charles Henri Ford shared Broughton's Christmas poem with them; asks him to write; describes Roman sites; comments of Pavel Tchelitchev's sites; comments on Pavel Tchelitchev's illness and Esto Broughton's death. Typed Letter Signed. 3 p.; 27.9 cm.
  16. 14 Jan.: [Broughton], Jack, Modesto, Cal. To James [Broughton]. Is preparing to move; invites him to visit. Autograph Letter Signed. 1 p.; 28 cm.
  17. 1957, 15 Jan.: Allen, Don, New York City To Mr. [James] Broughton. Discusses west coast issue of Evergreen Review. Typed Letter Signed. Typed Letter Sign. 1 p. ; 28 cm.
  18. 1957, 20 Jan.: [Maas], Will[ard], Brooklyn To James [Broughton]. Suggests he live in Brooklyn Heights; reports Frank O'Hara likes Broughton's book; mentions letter from Stan Brakhage. Typed Letter. 1 p.; 28.1 cm.
  19. 1957, 22 Jan.: [Williams], Johnathan, Highlands, N.C. To James [Broughton]. Offers continuing publication details; writes that Paul Metcalf will mail orders of The Playground. Typed Letter Signed. 1 p.; 16.6 cm.
  20. 1957, 29 Jan.: [Williams], Johnathan To James [Broughton]. Discusses final details of Unicorn book; announces the coming "Now Plan for Jargon's preservation." Typed Letter Signed. 1 p.; 27.9 cm.
  21. [1957], 4 Feb.: [Caetani], Marguerite, Rome To James [Broughton]. Suggests they reconcile; requests poems for No. 20 which will include Madoline Gleason and Eve Triem; has been visited by Robert Penn Warren. Autograph Letter Signed. 2 p.; 29.6 cm.
  22. 1957, 10 Feb.: Mayorga, Margaret, 1894- , Glen Cave, N.Y. To James Broughton, San Francisco. Wishes to include Summer Fury in Best Shrot Plays, 20th Anniversary Edition; reports Rome Radio repeated performance. Typed Letter Signed. 2 p.; 28 cm. Accompanied by contract.
  23. 1957, 25 Feb.: N[ewton], D[ouglas], New York City To James [Broughton]. Has been working on two books; comments on Broughton's poem and its relationship to his personal life; refers to Alfred Chester's novel; inquires about work in San Francisco. Autograph Letter Signed. 4 p.; 24.3 cm.
  24. Undated. [1957, Feb.?]: [Maas], Will[ard], Brooklyn, N.Y. To James [Broughton]. Exchanges personal news; comments on new films of Stan Brakhage; encloses notes for 1956 Creative Film Awards; describes Christmas dinner party. Typed Letter. 2 p.; 28 cm.
  25. 1957, 7 Mar.: [Williams], Johnathan, Highlands, N.C. To James [Broughton]. Encloses dummy copy of True and False Unicorns. Typed Letter Signed. 1 p.; 12.7 cm.
  26. 1957, 9 Mar.: [Aldan], Daisy, Lanzarote To James [Broughton]. Describes Canary Islands. Autograph Letter Signed. 1 p.; 18.3 cm.
  27. 1957, 15 Mar.: Schevill, Jim, 1920- , Oakland, Cal. To Jim Broughton. Asks if he'll lecture a class in "Art and Communications." Typed Letter Signed. 1 p.; 28 cm.
  28. Broughton. Was unable to raise fee for film showing. Typed Letter Signed. 1 p.; 26.7 cm.
  29. 1957, 17 April: [Maas], Will[ard], Brooklyn To James [Broughton]. Comments on San Francisco "poetry and movement" and Allen Ginsberg; indicates he will ask Frank O'Hara to review Broughton's book; discusses recent films. Typed Letter Signed. 2 p.; 28 cm.
  30. [1957], 18 April: [Aldan], Daisy, Hydra To James [Broughton]. Recapitualtes European travels. Autograph Letter Signed. 2 p.; 28.6 cm.
  31. 1957, [21 April]: [Duncan, Robert Edward, 1919- ] [I sing praise of song that is not mine.] Autograph Manuscript (poem) 3 p.; 15.7 cm. Easter card with Duncan drawing.
  32. [1957], 26 April: [Caetani], Marguerite, Rome To James [Broughton], San Francisco. Accepts his ballad for Botteghe Oscure, No. 20; reports she is returning Robert Duncan's play. Autograph Letter Signed. 2 p.; 29.6 cm.
  33. [1957], 29 April: [Chester, Alfred], Paris To James [Broughton], San Francisco. Comments on being in his will; has received a Guggenheim; reflects on happiness; dislikes Gertrude Harris; asks about friends. Typed Letter Signed. 2 p.; 27.5 cm.
  34. 1957, 15 June: [Triem], Eve, 1902- , To James [Broughton]. Lists current reading; discusses sensitivity of creative people. Typed Letter Signed. 2 p.; 13.9 cm. Accompanied by "Twenty'Third Psalm as a Ritual." Typed Manuscript Signed. 1 p.; 28 cm.
  35. 1957, 23 June: [Triem], Eve, 1902- , To Jamie-Jaime [Broughton]. Reflects on his creativitiy; describes shopping with daughter. Typed Letter Signed. 2 p.; 14.1 cm.
  36. [1957?], 13 July: [Chester], Alfred, San Marco, Salerno To James [Broughton]. Describes countryside and daily life; comments on new book. Typed Letter Signed. 1 p.; 27.2 cm.
  37. 1957, 15 July: O'Hara, Frank, New York City To James Broughton. Writes of assembling the Jackson Pollock exhibition and possibly reviewing a Broughton book; recommends meeting John Wieners. Typed Letter Signed. 1 p.; 28 cm.
  38. 1957, 17 July: [Newton], D[ouglas], New York City To James [Broughton]. Advises him of the arrival of Jane Randall; treasures his friendship. Autograph Letter Signed. 2 p.; 24.3 cm.
  39. 1957, 31 July: [Triem], Eve, 1902- , To James [Broughton]. Discusses revision of "The Jumping Tree"; gives her philosophy of creating; mentions "Six for the Maiden." Typed Letter Signed. 1 p.; 28 cm.
  40. [1957, July]: [Collins], Jess, 1923- "A Nightmare on Independence Day Eve." Typed Manuscript Signed (carbon). 1 p.; 28 cm.
  41. 1957, 6 Aug.: [Harris, Gertrude], London To James [Broughton]. Discusses tenure in London; Zev has been etching; conveys news of Lindsay Anderson, Hattie Jacques, John Davenport and others. Typed Letter Signed. 4 p.; 26.9 cm.
  42. [1957], 10 Aug.: N[ewton], D[ouglas], New York City To Jim [Broughton]. Chats about Alfred Chester and Gavin Lambert; discusses his "personal affairs." Autograph Letter Signed. 3 p.; 28 cm.
  43. [1957, 12 Aug.]: [Harris], Gertrude, London To [James Broughton], San Francisco. Urges him to make another film; Edouard Roditi has offered them his apartment. Autograph Letter Signed. 2 p.; 24.3 cm.
  44. 1957, 24 Aug.: Wieners, John, 1934- To James Broughton. Thanks him for subscribing to Measure; invites him to become a regular contributor. Typed Letter Signed. 1 p.; 18.6 cm.
  45. [1957, Fall]: [Collins], Jess, 1923- "Who caught Queen Core." Typed Manuscript Signed (carbon). 1 p.; 28 cm.
  46. 1957, 3 Sept.: [Blaser], Robin, [Boston] To James [Broughton]. Thanks him for sending "The Virgin Poems"; writes about maiden-bottles. Autograph Letter Signed 2 p.; 27.8 cm.
  47. 1957, 6 Sept.: Rago, Henry, 1915- , Chicago To Mr. [James] Broughton. Rejects his poems but asks to see more; is sorry he feels "personal bias" in Donald Hall's review of his books. Typed Letter Signed 1 p.; 28 cm.
  48. 1957, 8 Sept.: Wieners, John, 1934- , Boston To James Broughton. Compares their poetry, citing specific poems. Autograph Letter Signed. 8 p.; 28 cm.
  49. 5. 1957, 9 Sept.: [Maas], Will[ard], Brooklyn, N.Y. To James Broughton, San Francisco. Thanks him for "Unicorn" poems. Telegram. 1 p.; 14.2 cm.
  50. 1957, 9-17 Sept.: [Chester], Alfred, San Marco, Salerno To [James Broughton]. Discusses meaning of "minor" when applied to an artist; describes being bothered by Time; evaluates James Purdy. Typed Letter Signed. 1 p.; 27 cm.
  51. [1957?], 14 Sept.: [Aldan], Daisy To James [Broughton] and Kermit [Sheets]. Hasn't written letters while working on novel. Autograph Letter Signed 3 p.; 12.5 cm.
  52. 1957, 21 Sept.: [Gamow], [Barbara], Perk[ins], New York City To [James] Broughton. Announces intended arrival of Anthea Roberts; suggests he use The Long Undressing as a title. Typed Letter Signed. 2 p.; 27.6 cm.
  53. 1957, 22 Sept.: [Beveridge], Margaret and James, Bombay To James Broughton and Kermit Sheets. Letter of introduction for Mr. and Mrs. Naval Vakeel. Typed Letter Signed. 1 p.; 20.5 cm.
  54. [1957], 25 Sept.: [Garrigue], Jean, 1912-1972, Chartres, France to James [Broughton]. Contemplating a novel; comments on "Visits to the Virgin"; mentions mutual friends. Autograph Letter Signed. 2 p.; 29.6 cm.
  55. [1957], 30 Sept.: [Levertov], Denise, 1923- , Oaxaca, Mexico To Jimmy [Broughton]. Thanks him for sending poems; comments on house and household problems. Autograph Letter Signed. 2 p.; 28 cm.
  56. [1957], 3 Oct.: [Golffing], Barbara To Jimmy [Broughton]. Asks his opinion of her poem. Typed Letter Signed. 1 p.; 28 cm.
  57. [1957?], 5 Oct.: [Aldan], Daisy To James [Broughton]. Discusses translating; comments on deaths of friends. Typed Letter Signed. 1 p.; 28 cm.
  58. 1957, 5 Oct.: [Garrigue], Jean, 1912-1972 To James [Broughton]. Comments on his book. Typed Letter Signed. 1 p.; 29.6 cm.
  59. 1957, 6 Nov.: [Broughton, James Richard, 1913- ], San Francisco To Daisy [Alden]. Requests copy of "Ping Pong"; asks if Frank O'Hara has reviewed his book. Typed Letter (carbon). 1 p.; 28 cm.
  60. 1957, 6 Nov.: [Broughton, James Richard, 1913- ], San Francisco to Don [Allen]. Points to reading poetry to jazz as the "main activity" of San Francisco poets; requests advance copy of Ionesco translations; asks about play anthology. Typed Letter (carbon). 1 p.; 28 cm.
  61. 1957, 6 Nov.: [Broughton, James Richard, 1913- ], San Francisco To Bob [Creeley]. Asks if Grove Press ever sent him True and False Unicorn; sends poem for Black Mountain Review. Typed Letter (carbon) 1 p.; 28 cm.
  62. 1957, 6 Nov.: [Broughton, James Richard, 1913- ], San Francisco To Miss [Margaret] Mayorga. Seeks payment and any notice of productions of Summer Fury. Typed Letter (carbon). 1 p.; 28 cm.
  63. 1957, 6 Nov.: [Broughton, James Richard, 1913- ], San Francisco To Miss [Marianne] Moore. Thanks her for her recent visit. Typed Letter (carbon). 1 p.; 28 cm.
  64. 1957, 6 Nov.: [Broughton, James Richard, 1913- ], San Francisco To Jose [Garcia Villa]. Asks if he received book. Typed Letter (carbon). 1 p.; 28 cm.
  65. 1957, 6 Nov.: [Broughton, James Richard, 1913- ], San Francisco To Oscar [Williams]. Reports publisher has sent check; suggests a Little Treasury of San Francisco Poets. Typed Letter (carbon). 1 p.; 27.9 cm.
  66. 1957, 7 Nov.: [Broughton, James Richard, 1913- ], San Francisco To Marguerite [Caetani]. Responds to Botteghe Oscure No. 20; reports True and False Unicorn is already out of print. Typed Letter (carbon). 1 p.; 28 cm.
  67. 1957, 8 Nov.: [Broughton, James Richard, 1913- ], San Francisco To Alfredo [Chester], Solerno, Italy. Asks about the American appearance of Chester's book; reports his book is sold out; inquires about friends in Europe. Typed Letter (carbon). 1 p.; 28 cm. Incomplete.
  68. 1957, 8 Nov.: [Broughton, James Richard, 1913- ], San Francisco To Barbara [Golffing]. Suggests she submit "The Beach" to the Poet's Theater and to Botteghe Oscure. Typed Letter (carbon). 1 p.; 28 cm.
  69. 1957, 8 Nov.: [Broughton, James Richard, 1913- ], San Francisco To Lyon Phelps. Hopes to visit Poets' Theater; sends The Last Word; recommends Robert Duncan's The Maiden Head. Typed Letter (carbon). 1 p.; 28 cm.
  70. [1957, 12 Nov.]: [Mayorga], M[argaret], 1894- , Glen Cove, N.Y. To Mr. [James] Broughton, San Francisco. Explains new printing of Summer Fury is covered by old contract. Autograph Postcard Signed. 1 p. 8.3 cm.
  71. 1957, 12 Nov.: Moore, Marianne, 1887-1972, Brooklyn, N.Y. To Mr. [James] Broughton. Informs him she is putting his letter in her copy of True and False Unicorn. Typed Letter Signed. 1 p.; 20 cm.
  72. 1957, 18 Nov.: [Jordan], Larry, Denver, Colo. To James [Broughton]. Must have knee operation; sold interest in theater; hopes to repay debt. Typed Letter. 1 p.; 28 cm.
  73. 1957, 20 Nov.: [Broughton, James Richard, 1913- ], San Francisco To James and Margaret [Beveridge], [Bombay]. Comments on visit of their friends; describes his film activity as "a nullity". Typed Letter (carbon). 1 p.; 28 cm.
  74. 1957, 20 Nov.: [Broughton, James Richard, 1913- ], San Francisco To Larry [Jordan], Denver, Colo. Reacts to news of his selling his interest in theater; hopes he repays loan. Typed Letter (carbon) 1 p.; 27.9 cm.
  75. 1957, 20 Nov.: [Broughton, James Richard, 1913- ], San Francisco To Denise [Levertov], [Ozxaco, Mexico]. Comments on Kenneth Rexroth's review of her; inquires about Mexican life. Typed Letter (carbon). 1 p.; 27.9 cm.
  76. 1957, 26 Nov.: [Broughton, James Richard, 1913- ], San Francisco To Barbara Guest, New York City. Hopes she will improve poetry selections in Partisan Review; sends poems for her consideration. Typed Letter (carbon). 1 p.; 28 cm.
  77. [1957], 26 Nov.: [Levertov], Denise, 1923- , Oaxaco, Mexico To James [Broughton]. Hasn't seen Kenneth Rexroth's review; comments on Broughton's poems. Autograph Letter Signed. 3 p.; 28.1 cm.
  78. [Adam], Helen, 1909- The mysterious maiden. Scrapbook. 23 leaves in folder; 37.8 cm. A gift to James Broughton.
  79. 1957, 3 Dec.: Rago, Henry, 1915- , Chicago To James Broughton, San Francisco. Accepts three poems for Poetry.Typed Letter Signed. 1 p.; 21.5 cm.
  80. 1957, 6 Dec.: [Greer], Mary To James [Broughton]. Describes a picnic. Autograph Letter Signed. 2 p.; 20.2 cm.
  81. [1957, 6 Dec.]: [Harris], Gertrude, London To [James Broughton], San Francisco. Comments on his poem; deplores being poor in London. Autograph Letter Signed. 2 p.; 24.5 cm.
  82. 1957, 8 Dec.: V[illa], Jose [Garcia], New York City To Jim [Broughton]. Thanks him for sending poem; would liked to have seen him. Autograph Letter Signed. 1 p.; 22.5 cm.
  83. 1957, 16 Dec.: M[oore], M[arianne], 1887-1972, Brooklyn, N.Y. To Mr. [James] Broughton, [San Francisco]. Insists she doesn't deserve "Formal marks of respect". Autograph Postcard Signed. 1 p.; 14 cm.
  84. 1957, 17 Dec.: [Moholy-Nagy], [Dorothea Maria Pauline Alice] Sibyl [Pietzsch], New York City To James [Broughton]. Plans leave of absence from teaching; asks him to be in touch with a friend of hers. Typed Letter Signed. 1 p.; 28.1 cm.
  85. Undated. [1957, 19 Dec.]: [Chester], Alfred, London To Jaime [Broughton], San Francisco. Relates problems in traveling; mentions Christopher Logne and Jean Garrigue; comments on his play. Autograph Letter Signed. 3 p.; 20.5 cm.
  86. 1957, 25 Dec.: McBride, Dick, Hastings, Neb. To James B[roughton]. Updates him on activities since leaving San Francisco; asks if he can use Broughton as recommendation. Typed Letter Signed. 2 p.; 28 cm.
  87. 1957: Broughton, James Richard, 1913- Mother, reality, & happiness. Typed Play. 12 p.; 27.8 cm. Accompanied by carbon copy, ditto copies and working notes. Also titled The assumptions of Mabel. Later incorporated in Bedlam.
  88. [1957?]: [Caetani], Marguerite, Rome To James [Broughton]. Accepts his poem for Autumn issue. Autograph Letter Signed. 3 p.; 14.6 cm.
  89. [Collins], Jess, 1923- "Song for a Supper." Typed Manuscript Signed (poem). 1 p.; 28 cm.
  90. [1957]: [Duncan, Robert Edward, 1919- ] [About this book.] Typed Manuscript. 1 p.; 27.8 cm. Blurb for True & False Unicorn. Accompanied by two revisions and two pages of introductory material for the book.
  91. [1957?]: Duncan, Robert Edward, 1919- "A risk of sympathies." Typed Manuscript (carbon). 5 p.; 28 cm. A review of James Broughton's True & False Unicorn; published in Poetry, v. 91, no. 3 (Feb. 1958).
  92. [1957]: [Duncan, Robert Edward, 1919- ] "Song of the Light-Child." Autograph Manuscript (poem). 1 p.; 22.9 cm.
  93. [1957?]: [Harris], Gertrude, Rome To [James Broughton], San Francisco. Gives news of friends. Typed Letter Signed. 2 p.; 28 cm.
  94. Undated. [1957?]: [Triem], Eve, 1902- , To Jaime [Broughton]. Asks how the rehearsal went. Autograph Letter Signed. 1 p.; 13.9 cm.
  95. Undated. [1957?]: [Triem], Eve, 1902- , To Jaimie [Broughton]. Congratulates him on his play. Autograph Letter Signed. 1 p.; 22.9 cm.
  96. Undated. [1957?]: [Triem], Eve, 1902- , To Jacques [Broughton]. Comments on "Gavin and the Green Uncle." Typed Postcard Signed. 1 p.; 8.6 cm.

Correspondence and Manuscripts, 1958-1961, Sept.

Box 9
Folder -- Contents

  1. 1958, 9 Jan.: [Aldan], Daisy To James [Broughton]. Plans project for the future. Autograph Letter Signed. 4 p.; 20.3 cm.
  2. 1958, 17 Jan.: [Broughton, James Richard, 1913- ], San Francisco To Marguerite [Caetani]. Describes Santa Fe visit; sends his best poem of the year; notifies her True and False Unicorn has "sold out." Typed Letter (carbon). 1 p.; 27.9 cm.
  3. 1958, 24 Jan.: [Roditi], Edouard, New York City To James [Broughton], San Francisco. Thanks him for party; suggests he send plays to Saul Colin; returning to Paris. Autograph Letter Signed. 1 p.; 22.8 cm. Accompanied by Senior Dramatic workshop program, 1 p.; 28 cm.
  4. 1958, 25 Jan.: [Aldan], Daisy To James [Broughton]. Returned from traveling; working on book. Typed Letter Signed. 1 p.; 27.9 cm.
  5. [1958, 28 Jan.]: [Ingram], Tom, London To [James Broughton], San Francisco. Has given his address to an Australian fan; plans American visit; believes to have seen Alfred Chester. Autograph Letter Signed. 1 p.; 24.5 cm.
  6. 1958, 31 Jan.: [Broughton, James Richard, 1913- ], San Francisco To Daisy [Aldan]. Wishes her well; suggests analysis. Typed Letter (carbon). 1 p. ; 27.9 cm.
  7. 1958, 31 Jan.: Broughton, James, 1913- , San Francisco To Oscar [Williams]. Thanks him for sending record; hopes for trip to New York. Typed Letter (carbon) 1 p.; 27.9 cm.
  8. 1958, 31 Jan.: [Triem], Eve, 1902- , To [James Broughton]. Discusses effects of coffee, caffeine, congeners and sugar on the body. Typed Letter Signed. 2 p.; 13.3 cm.
  9. Undated. [1958, 27 Feb.]: [Chester], Alfred, [London] To [James Broughton], San Francisco. Discusses his writing habits and the function of the writer. Typed Letter Signed. 2 p.; 24.4 cm.
  10. [1958], 8 Mar.: [Caetani], Marguerite, Ninfa To James Broughton]. Accepts "A Liturgy for Poets"; hopes to see a play of his. Autograph Letter Signed. 4 p.; 14.6 cm.
  11. 1958, 18 Mar.: [Aldan], Daisy To James [Broughton]. Working on Perthesilea; suggests plays to produce; decides against resuming publication of Folder. Typed Letter Signed. 2 p.; 28 cm.
  12. 1958, 22 Mar.: Jordan, Lawrence C. To James [Broughton], San Francisco. Outlines plans for paying back loan. Typed Letter Signed. 1 p.; 27.9 cm.
  13. 1958, 25 Mar.: [Creeley], Bob [Robert], 1926- , Alameda, New Mexico To Jimmy [Broughton]. Explains why he hasn't written; remembers Broughton's reading. Typed Letter Signed. 2 p.; 21.7 cm.
  14. 1958, 31 Mar.: [Broughton, James Richard, 1913- ] To Larry [Jordan]. Acknowledges his loan repayment plan. Typed Letter (carbon). 1 p.; 27.9 cm.
  15. 1958, 14 April: Ireland, Humphrey, Berkeley, Cal. To Mr. [James] Broughton, San Francisco. Expresses interest in End of the World; suggests they meet. Typed Letter Signed. 1 p.; 28 cm.
  16. 1958, 22 April: [Creeley], Bob [Robert], 1926. Alameda, New Mexico To James [Broughton]. Explains why he failed to call; hopes to see him. Typed Letter Signed. 1 p.; 27.8 cm.
  17. [1958], April: [Aldan], Daisy To [James Broughton]. Working on translations; requests poems for an anthology. Typed Letter Signed. 1 p.; 28 cm.
  18. [1958, April]: Broughton, James, 1913- "How I became a playwright." Typed Essay (carbon). 2 p.; 28 cm. Published in This World, a supplement of the San Francisco Chronicle, April 6, 1958. Accompanied by a carbon of his bibliography.
  19. 1958, 2 May: Broughton, James, 1913- , San Francisco To Mr. [Humphrey] Ireland. Welcomes his plan for a playwrights' theater; asks Kermit Sheets to prepare "a detailed statement" about costs of theater operation; suggests another meeting. 1 p.; 27.9 cm.
  20. 1958, 3 May: [Aldan], Daisy, New York City To James [Broughton]. Explains how she met Richard Howard; discusses anthology. Typed Letter Signed. 2 p.; 28 cm.
  21. 1958, 3 May: [McBride], Dick, [Hastings, Ned.] To James [Broughton]. Asks if he should submit novel to John Dodds; sent play to Lawrence Ferlinghetti; finds Nebraskans "dull." Typed Letter Signed. 1 p.; 16.2 cm.
  22. 1958, 18 May: [Aldan], Daisy, New York City To [James Broughton]. Continues work on anthology; has seen Ben Moore. Typed Letter Signed. 1 p.; 27.9 cm.
  23. 1958, 22 May: [Garrigue], Jean, 1912-1972, Naples To James [Broughton]. Has been teaching part-time; relates Marianne Moore anecdotes; likes Alfred Chester's novel. Typed Letter Signed. 1 p.; 28.5 cm.
  24. [1958?] 16 June: Ransom J[ohn] C[rowe], 1888-1974, Gambier, Ohio To Mr. [James] Broughton. Calls Broughton's poems finished but "antipoetic". Autograph Letter Signed. 1 p.; 17.2 cm.
  25. Undated. [1958, June?]: [Broughton, James Richard, 1913- ], To Mr. [John Crowe] Ransom, Gambier, Ohio. Responds to his criticism; sends other poems. Autograph Letter (draft). 1 p.; 28 cm.
  26. 1958, 1 July: [Hart, Susanna], Berkeley, Cal. To James [Broughton]. Enthuses about his plays. Autograph Letter. 1 p.; 26.6 cm.
  27. [1958], 12 July: Phelps, Lyon, 1923- , Cambridge, Mass. To James Broughton. Informs him Poets' Theater would like to see a longer play of his as well as The Maiden Head. Autograph Letter Signed. 1 p.; 28 cm.
  28. [1958?], 31 July: Asonhardt, Olive, Mexico To Jimmy [Broughton], San Francisco. Thanks him for card. Autograph Postcard Signed. 1 p.; 9.1 cm.
  29. 1958, 11 Aug.: [Creeley], Bob [Robert], 1926- , Veracruz, [Mexico]. Describes the city and traveling in Mexico; thanks him for writing. Typed Letter Signed. 2 p.; 21.4 cm.
  30. 1958, 19 Aug.: [Hitchcock], George, San Francisco To Jimmy [Broughton]. Reports Barthold Fles will edit collection of San Francisco plays with an introduction by Kenneth Rexroth; hopes he will contribute. Typed Letter Signed. 1 p.; 27.9 cm.
  31. 1958, 2 Sept.: [Peto], Helen, New York City To Jimmie [Broughton], San Francisco. Encloses letter from Jack Kleiper; suggests Broughton write him. Autograph Letter Signed. 4 p.; 21 cm.
  32. 1958, 11 Sept.: [Aldan], Daisy To James [Broughton] Asks him to return copy of "Ping Pong"; announces establishment of Ameron Press which will publish anthology. Typed Letter Signed. 1 p.; 27.9 cm.
  33. 1958, 15 Sept.: Broughton, James, 1913- , San Francisco To Humphrey [Ireland], Berkeley, Cal. Suggests he go to New York with the theater's credo. Typed Letter (carbon) 1 p.; 28 cm.
  34. 1958, 16 Sept.: Ireland, Humphrey, Berkeley To James [Broughton], San Francisco. Comments on his ideas about the theater. Typed Letter Signed. 1 p.; 27.9 cm.
  35. 1958, 4 Oct. [Aldan], Daisy To James [Broughton]. Anticipates his arrival; continues work on anthology; hopes Ameron Press will publish plays. Typed Letter Signed. 1 p.; 28 cm.
  36. 1958, 15 Nov.: [Broughton, James Richard, 1913- ], San Francisco To Mr. [Humphrey] Ireland. Asks that "Theater Without Fear" statement be reprinted to use as rejection slip; asks for "a percentage of the box office intake as my remuneration." Typed Letter (carbon). 1 p.; 28 cm.
  37. 1958, 20 Nov.: Mandel, Oscar, Lincoln, Neb. To Mr. [James] Broughton, San Francisco. Forwards correspondence about "Simon at the Cross"; introduces "The Monk Who Wouldn't". Typed Letter Signed. 1 p.; 27.9 cm.
  38. 1958, 14 Dec.: [Hitchcock], George, San Francisco To James [Broughton]. Will publish The Last Word; reacts to AP Theater's manifesto. Typed Letter Signed. 1 p.; 27.8 cm.
  39. [1958], 18 Dec.: [Harris], Gertrude, Spring Valley, N.Y. To James [Broughton], San Francisco. Went to Washington with Daisy Aldan to see "J.B."; reports Zev has moved to Rome. Typed Letter Signed. 2 p.; 27.8 cm.
  40. [1958?], 22 Dec.: [Stauffacher], Bobbie, Basel To James [Broughton]. Discusses his break-up with Kermit Sheets and family matters. Autograph Letter Signed. 2 p.; 29.5 cm.
  41. [1958, 23 Dec.]: Jordan, L[arry], San Francisco To James Broughton, San Francisco. Sends photograph as Christmas card. Autograph Postcard Signed. 1 p.; 9 cm.
  42. 1958, 27 Dec.: Williams, William Carlos, 1883-1963, Rutherford, N.J. To [James] Broughton. Suggests seeing the Living Theatre production of his play Many Loves. Typed Letter Signed. 1 p.; 26 cm.
  43. 1958, 28 Dec.: [Allen], Don, New York City To James [Broughton]. Reports Barney Rosset has given Where Helen Lies to Herbert Machiz; has suggested Edward Albee send him [The Zoo Story]; recommends Arrabal. Typed Letter Signed. 2 p.; 27.9 cm.
  44. 1958, 28 Dec.: Duncan, Robert, 1919- , To James [Broughton], San Francisco. Disapproves of Writer's Theater; provides three reasons why. Typed Letter Signed. 1 p.; 27.8 cm.
  45. 1958, 28 Dec.: O'Hara, Frank, New York City To James Broughton. Sends What Century? for American Playwrights Theater; mentions Awoke in Spain; will ask John Ashberry to send The Coconut Milk; will leave for Paris. Typed Letter Signed. 1 p.; 28.1 cm.
  46. [ca. 1958]: [Broughton, James Richard, 1913- ] Hebe and Calpurnia. Typed Play. 5 p.; 27.8 cm. Accompanied by carbon and 5 pages of typed notes.
  47. [ca. 1958]: Broughton, James, 1913- The Rites of Women. Typed Play (copy). 50 p.; 28 cm. At various times subtitled A Masque, An All-Girl Opera, An Intimate Revue, and An Unconventional Revue. Accompanied by notes and drafts of sketches.
  48. [1958]: [Broughton, James Richard, 1913- ] "A Theater Without Fear." Typed Essay. 2 p.; 28 cm. Accompanied by 10 pages of other material from file folder marked "American Playwrights Theater Dossier".
  49. 1957-58: Broughton, James, 1913- Where Helen Lies. Typed Play (carbon). 24[i.e. 27] p.; 28 cm. Accompanied by other carbons, notes, early drafts and copyright certificate. Originally titled Who is Helen? What is She?
  50. [1958?]: _____, Joe "Poet Wants Ass Pinched!" Typed Story. 4 p.; 27.9 cm. Fantasy in form of newspaper story by a former student of Broughton's
  51. 1959, 26: Laughlin, J[ames], 1914- , New York City To James Broughton, San Francisco. Wishes him well with his "new theater project"; asks him to call good scripts to Laughlin's attention; suggests producing Many Loves.
  52. 1959, 2 Feb.: [Wilson], Joyce [Lancaster], Cambridge, England To James [Broughton]. Asks about American Poets Theater; reports meeting Victor Pursell and David Daiches. Autograph Letter Signed.
  53. 1959, 3 Feb.: McNail, Stan To Jimmy [Broughton]. Sends copy of letter from Robert Hillyer. Typed Note Signed. 1 p.; 7.6 cm. Accompanied by Typed Letter (copy). 1 p.; 28 cm. to McNail from Hillyer.
  54. 1959, 9 Feb.: [Harris], Gertrude To James [Broughton]. Sorked with Daisy Aldan on her book; plans a trip abroad. Typed Letter Signed. 2 p.; 27.8 cm.
  55. 1959, 11 Feb.: [Duncan], Robert, 1919- , To James [Broughton]. Looses university position to Brother Antoninus; plans Berkeley visit for Jack Spicer reading. Autograph Letter Signed. 3 p.; 21.8 cm.
  56. 1959, 27 Mar.: [Triem], Eve, 1902- , San Francisco To [James Broughton], San Francisco. Sends Easter greeting and new poems. Typed Letter Signed. 1 p.; 13.3 cm. Accompanied by "Nativity Carol", Autograph Manuscript Signed. 1 p.; 28.5 cm., "Birthday Sonnet for a Son of Pisces," Typed Manuscript Signed. 1 p.; 27.7 cm. and "Feliza, Farewell," Typed Manuscript. 1 p.; 27.9 cm.
  57. Undated. [1959, 9 April]: [Maas],Willard, Brooklyn N.Y. To James [Broughton]. Invites him to submit play for the Stanley Award. Typed Letter. 1 p.; 27.9 cm.
  58. 1959, 31 April: [Broughton, James Richard, 1913- ] The Road to Gomorrah. Typed Play. 5 p.; 27.9 cm. Accompanied by two later drafts, one of which is retitled The Mission to Gomorrah, and typed and Autograph notes and working versions, 1957-58.
  59. 1959, 14 July: [Aldan], Daisy, New York City To James [Broughton]. Wishes him well on upcoming trip; discusses reviews for anthology. Typed Letter Signed. 1 p.; 20 cm.
  60. 1959, 15 July: Chen, ?, Albany, Cal. To James [Broughton], San Francisco. Gives him notes to deliver in Kyoto; asks to be remembered to Gary Snyder. Autograph Letter Signed. 1 p.; 28 cm.
  61. 1959, 15 July: [Machiz], Herbert, 1923- , To James [Broughton]. Directed "a school presentation" of Where Helen Lies; wants to see more work; is directing Helen Hayes. Autograph Letter Signed. 1 p.; 31.8 cm.
  62. 1959, 21 July: [Williams], Jonathan, Highlands, N.C. To James [Broughton], San Francisco. Explains temporary liaison of Jargon and Corinth publications; discusses backing for Larry Eigner book; hopes to open restaurant with Ronald Johnson. Typed Letter Signed. 1 p.; 28 cm. Accompanied by Further Tired Fried Homilies," 2 p.; 28 cm.
  63. 1959, 28 July: [Aldan]. Daisy To [James Broughton]. Writes that there have been no reviews of A New Folder. Autograph Letter Signed. 2 p.; 20.3 cm.
  64. [1959, 3 Aug.]: [Gamow], [Barbara], Perk[ins], Boulder. Col. To J[ames Broughton], San Francisco. Plans a fall trip to the Far East. Autograph Postcard Signed. 1 p.; 9.8 cm.
  65. 1959, 4 Sept.: [Allen], Don, New York City To James [Broughton]. Encloses letter contract for The New American Poetry; reviews the genesis of the anthology; quotes Robert Creeley. Typed Letter Signed. 2 p.; 27.9 cm. Accompanied by Form Letter Signed. 2 p.; 27.9 cm.
  66. 1959, 18, 20 Sept.: [Triem], Eve, 1902- To [James Broughton]. Philosophizes about parent-child relationships, love and friendship; has been ushering at the opera; offers health hints. Typed Letter Signed. 3 p.; 27.8 cm.
  67. 1959, 1 Nov.: [Aldan], Daisy, New York City To James [Broughton], Stinson Beach, Cal. Announces she is associate editor of Two Cities; requests work. Typed Letter Signed. 2 p.; 20 cm.
  68. 1959, 18 Nov.: Witt-Diamant, Ruth, San Francisco To James [Broughton], Stinson Beach, Cal. Commits him to leading a Poets' Seminar at San Francisco State College; discusses responsibilities and remuneration; requests statement for bulletin. Typed Letter Signed. 2 p.; 27.9 cm.
  69. 1959, 30 Nov.: Hammond, Florence, Rome To Mr. [James] Broughton. Writing for Princess Caetani; she asks how he is and if he'll submit work to Botteghe Oscure. Typed Letter Signed. 1 p.; 22.1 cm.
  70. 1959, Nov.: Duncan, Robert Edward, 1919- "The Song of the River to its Shores." Autograph Manuscript Signed. 11 p.; 21.6 cm. In a book of collages by Jess. Accompanied by Typed Letter Signed. 1 p.; 27.9 cm. from James [Broughton] to Robert [Bertholf], Aug. 17, 1977.
  71. [1959, 2 Dec.]: [Gamow], [Barbara] Perk[ins] To James [Broughton], San Francisco. Has been touring India. Autograph Postcard Signed. 1 p.; 10.8 cm.
  72. 1959, 3 Dec.: Broughton, James, 1913- , Stinson Beach, Cal. To Ruth [Witt-Diamant]. Encloses requested statement; discusses fee and time. Typed Letter (carbon) 1 p.; 27.9 cm. Accompanied by "Poets' Seminar," Typed Manuscript (carbon). 1 p.; 27.9 cm.
  73. 1959, 7 Dec.: [Vogel], Amos, New York City To James Broughton, San Francisco. Accompanied by Form Letter Signed. 2 p.; 29.8 cm.
  74. 1959, 8 Dec. [Witt-Diamant], Ruth, San Francisco To James [Broughton], Stinson Beach, Cal. Discusses fee and time of Poets' Seminar. Typed Letter Signed. 1 p.; 27.9 cm.
  75. 1959, 9 Dec.: [Broughton, James Richard, 1913- ], San Francisco. To Don [Allen]. Inquires about biography and pictures for anthology. Typed Letter (carbon). 1 p.; 27.8 cm.
  76. 1959, 20 Dec.: [Creeley], Bob, 1926- Patalul, Such., Guatemala To Jimmy [Broughton], Stinson Beach, Cal. Is uncertain where the new year will find him; hopes he received book. Typed Letter Signed. 1 p.; 21.3 cm. On verse: Autograph Letter Signed from Bobbie [Louise Hawkins].
  77. [1959]: Duncan, Robert Edward, 1919- The Field : poems 1956-1959. Typed Manuscript Signed. 63[i.e. 65] p.; 27.9 cm. Attached to file folder signed by Duncan. Published as The Opening of the Field.
  78. [1959?]: [Broughton, James, 1913- ] He, She & It. Autograph Play. 14 p.; 21.3 cm. Partial script and notes for revue.
  79. Undated. [1959]: [Chester], Alfred, Athens To [James Broughton]. Discusses his new book; reveals he's entered stories in contests under the names Guy Poringal and Exi Karekles; reminisces about Paris. Typed Letter Signed. 2 p.; 28 cm.
  80. 1959-61: Broughton, James Richard, 1913- ] Wattsiana. Autograph Manuscript. 113 p.; 20.2 cm. Three notebooks including notes from Alan Watts seminars.
  81. 1959-61, 19 Jan.: Callenbach, Ernest, Berkeley, Cal. To Mr. [James] Broughton, San Francisco. Asks him to review Running, Jumping and Standing Still. Typed Letter Signed. 1 p.; 27.9 cm. Accompanied by Typed Manuscript of Broughton's review 1 p.; 27.9 cm.
  82. 1960, 23 Jan.: Baille, Bruce, Berkeley, Cal. To Mr. [James] Broughton. Expresses appreciation for The Pleasure Garden but doesn't approve of the ending. Typed Letter Signed. 1 p.; 19.1 cm.
  83. [1960, 31 Jan.]: [Aldan], Daisy, New York City To James [Broughton], Stinson Beach, Cal. Note inscribed on reprint from January 1960 Mademoiselle article on "The Folder Poets." Autograph Letter Signed. 1 p.; 21.6 cm.
  84. 1960, 4 Mar.: Allen, Don, New York City To James [Broughton]. Plans to reissue San Francisco issue of Evergreen Review; offers terms. Typed Letter Signed. 1 p.; 28 cm.
  85. 1960, 7 Mar.: [Gamow], [Barbara], Perky, Boulder, Col. To James [Broughton], San Francisco. Gives impressions of India. Typed Letter Signed. 5 p.: 27.9 cm.
  86. 1960, 17 May: Larson, Jack, Los Angeles To Mr. [James] Broughton. Sends The Candied House to be considered for production by the Playwrights Theatre. Autograph Letter Signed. 1 p.; 28.2 cm.
  87. 1960, 18, 20 June: [Abbett], Mel To James [Broughton]. Sends poems; attended Grand Avenue Fete. Typed Letter Signed. 1 p.; 28 cm. Accompanied by "Sweet Bird of Thirty-Odd," Typed Manuscript (carbon), 1 p.; 28 cm.
  88. 1960, 23 July: [Triem], Eve, 1902- , San Francisco To Jacques [Broughton], Stinson Beach, Cal. Discusses Alfred Chester; mentions Bishop Pike; plans to move to Seattle. Typed Letter Signed. 2 p.; 13.9 cm. Accompanied by "Trees, Near and Far." Typed Manuscript Signed. 1 p.; 27.9 cm.
  89. [1960], 6 Sept.: [Gamow], [Barbara], Perk[ins], Paris To James [Broughton], San Francisco. Suggests a reunion in Boulder when she returns. Autograph Postcard Signed. 1 p.; 10.6 cm.
  90. [1960, 17 Nov.]; [Myers], John [Bernard], New York City To J[ames] B[roughton], San Francisco. Advises that Sarah d'Avignon Goldsmith will call; notifies him the Tibor De Nagy Gallery has moved. Autograph Letter Signed. 1 p.; 28 cm.
  91. 1960, 16 Dec.: Moore, Marianne, 1887-1972, Brooklyn, N.Y To Mr. [James] Broughton. Thanks him for sending a booklet. Typed Postcard Signed. 1 p.; 14 cm.
  92. 1960, 21 Dec.: (Stauffacher), Jack, Pittsburgh To Jimmy [Broughton]. Thanks him for poem; doesn't like Pittsburgh. Typed Letter Signed . 1 p.; 17.9 cm.
  93. 1960: [Broughton, James Richard], 1913- x Crapioca pudding.Typed/Autograph Manuscript. 79 p., 27.9 cm. Notes and drafts of sketches for a revue.
  94. [1961, 4 Jan.]: Popoff, Nick, San Francisco. Sends holiday wishes. Autograph Postcard Signed. 1 p.; 8.6 cm.
  95. 1961, 2 Feb.: [Williams], Jonathan, Carmel, Cal. To James [Broughton]. Comments on picnic they attended with Lawrence Ferlinghetti;; dicusses forthcoming Jargon titles. Typed Letter Signed. 1 p.; 27 cm.
  96. 1961, 21 Feb.: [Broughton, James Richard, 1931--, San Francisco To [Mary Louis Aswell, Santa Fe]. Typed Letter (carbon) 1 p.; 27.9 cm.
  97. 1961, 27 Feb.: [Williams], Jonathan, Carmel, Cal. To James [Broughton]. Invites him to visit; encloses Russell Edson item. Typed Letter Signed. 1p.; 27.8 cm.
  98. 1961, 1 Mar.: [Williams], Jonathan, Carmel, Cal. To James [Broughton]. Suggests he bring Eugene Ramey with him. Typed Letter Signed. 1 p.; 27.8 cm.
  99. 1961, 18 Mar.: [Brakhage], Stan, Boulder, Colo. To Jimmy [Broughton]. Trying to bring him to campus; editing Dog Star Man; working on Mr. Tompkins Learns the Facts of Life; sends Metaphors on Vision. Typed Letter Signed. 2 p.; 27.9 cm.
  100. 1961, [Mar.]: [Harris], Gertrude, Rome To James [Broughton], San Francisco. Sends recent revision of poem; reports Zev is in Amsterdam; has been translating Italian play and working on one of her won; describes her film work. Typed Letter Signed. 3 p.; 28 cm. Accompanied by carbons of poems, "Sing the Sea, My Sister" and "Litany."
  101. 1961, 16 April: [Creeley, Robert, 1926- ], Alameda, New Mexico To Jimmy [Broughton]. Apologizes for not writing; discusses the possibility of returning t San Francisco and the forthcoming publication of his book. Typed Letter. 2 p.; 21.6 cm.
  102. 1961, 20 June: Baille, Bruce, Canyong, Cal. To Mr. [James] Broughton. Relates dream; has been finishing film; describes a worm; presents script for A Morning Goes Badly for Mr. Leslie Teasdale. Typed Letter Signed. 4 p.; 28 cm.
  103. 1961, 29 June: [Roble], Bob To James [Broughton]. Questions love and happiness. Autograph Letter Signed. 1 p.; 25.5 cm. See Broughton's poem, "The Word for No is Yes," in Odes for Odd Occasions, Spec Coll PS3503.R759 O3.
  104. 1961, 1 July: [Osterman], Elizabeth, San Francisco To James [Broughton], Elk, Cal. Wishes him rest and strength; suggests date for their next session. Autograph Letter Signed. 20.3 cm.
  105. [1961, 5 July]: [Hart], Suzanna, San Francisco To James [Broughton], Elk, Cal. Describes moving; has design jobs. Autograph Letter Signed. 6 p.; 14.9 cm.
  106. 1961, 11 July: Broughton, James, 1913- ], San Francisco To Raymond Rohauer. Informs him Bill Brewer won't rent him a print of "The Pleasure Garden" until he is paid. Typed Letter (carbon). 1 p.; 27.8 cm.
  107. 1961, 14 July: [Broughton, James Richard, 1913- ] To Evan [S. Connell]. Likes Fly but not certain he wants to write a blurb for it, Typed Letter. (carbon)
  108. 1961, 19 July: Peterson [Sidney], San Francisco To Jim [Broughton], Elk, Cal. Compares theTly with the Fool; plans Mexican trip. Typed Letter Signed. 1 p.; 21.5 cm.
  109. 1961, 20 July : [Brakhage], Stan,. Bolder, Colo., To Jimmy [Broughton] Continues to try to bring him to Boulder; has finished the reading list given him by Robert Duncan; inquires about lectures in San Francisco. Typed Letter Signed. l p.; 27.9 cm.
  110. 1961, 31 July: Benet, Jim, San Francisco to Jim [Broughton], San Francisco. Informs Broughton his current tenant at Stinson Beach is Benet's cousin. Typed Letter Signed. 1 p.; 28 cm.
  111. 1961, July: [Hart, Suzanna], San Francisco To [James Broughton], Elk, Cal. Discusses "spotted unicorn. Autograph Letter. 2 p.; 22.6 cm.
  112. 1961, 1 Sept.: [Triem], Eve, 1902- , Seattle To James [Broughton], San Francisco. Responds to his poem; describes apartment; is working on Sappho; mentions Brother Antonius' visit; will teach a Sunday School class. Typed Letter Signed. 4 p.; 21.5 cm.
  113. 1961, 10 Sept.: [Broughton, James Richard, 1913- ], San Francisco To Bob [Greeley]. Verse letter in response to troubled phone call from Greeley. Typed Letter (carbon). 1 p.; 27.9 cm.
  114. [1961, 18 Sept.: Baille, Bruce, Berkeley, Cal. To Mr. [James] Broughton, San Francisco. Discusses dreams. Typed Letter Signed. 1 p.; 27.4 cm.

Correspondence and Manuscripts, 1961, Nov.-1963, June

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  1. 1961, 7 Nov.: Baille, Bruce To [James] Broughton. Responds to his letter; is running an independent film theater in Berkeley; sends picture of Miss Wong. Typed Letter Signed. 1 p.; 24.7 cm.
  2. 1961, 9 Nov.: [Brakhage], Stan, Boulder, Colo. To Jimmy [Broughton]. Outlines dates, expectations and fees for a visit. Typed Letter Signed. 1 p.; 27.9 cm.
  3. 1961, 9 Nov.: [Triem], Eve, 1902- , To [James Broughton]. Reflects on recent reading of her poems; is unable to come to San Francisco to see Denise Levertov and Helen Adam; mentions Alfred Chester and the "Princetown Review" trial. Typed Letter Signed. 2 p.; 13.9 cm.
  4. 1961, 13 Nov.: Broughton, James, 1913- , San Francisco To Stan [Brakhage], Boulder, Colo. Accepts invitation; discusses possible program.
  5. 1961, 16 Nov.: [Brakhage], Stan, Boulder, Colo. To James [Broughton]. Details obligations of various showings and readings; proposes directing one of his plays. Typed Letter Signed. 2 p.; 27.9 cm.
  6. 1961, 20 Nov.: McWilliams, Carey, New York City To Mr. [James] Broughton. Gives address of Chapel Brook Foundation. Typed Letter Signed 1 p.; 21 cm.
  7. 1961, 26 Nov.: Broughton, James, 1913- , San Francisco To Mr. [Carey] McWilliams , New York City. Advises him of Helen Adam's plight; asks the aid of the Chapel Brook Foundation. Typed Letter (carbon). 1 p.; 27.9 cm.
  8. 1961, 30, Nov.: McWilliams, Carey, New York, To Mr. [James] Broughton, San Francisco. Replies with address to Chapel Brook Foundation. Typed Letter Signed. 1 p.; 21 cm.
  9. 1961, 2 Dec.: Williams, Jonathan, Marietta, Ohio To James [Broughton]. Describes 1357 mile hike; reviews future itinerary. Typed Letter Signed, 1 p.; 27.9 cm.
  10. 1961, 4 Dec. [Broughton, James Richard, 1913- ], San Francisco To Stan [Brakhage], Boulder, Colo. Makes suggestions for presentation of one of his plays. Typed Letter (carbon). 1 p.; 27.8 cm.
  11. 1961, 5 Dec.: [Zwerin, Kenneth Carlton], San Francisco To Miss [Helen] Adam, San Francisco. Explains the O'Neill Fund for Poetic Dramatists; suggests she prepare list of her debts to be submitted to the fund. Typed Letter (carbon). 1 p.; 27.9 cm.
  12. 1961, 12 Dec.: [Duncan], Robert, 1919- , To James [Broughton]. Restates his position regarding the Helen Adam fund; refuses to see the Playhouse production of San Francisco's Burning. Autograph Letter Signed.
  13. 1961, 12 Dec.: Duncan, Robert, 1919- , To James [Broughton]. Discusses the obligations of his "pledge" to add money to a fund established to free Helen Adam of debts. Typed Letter Signed. 1 p.; 28 cm.
  14. 1961, 12 Dec.: Duncan, Robert, 1919- , To [Kenneth C.] Zwerin, San Francisco. Seeks notification of amount raised to pay off Helen Adam's debts. Typed Letter (carbon). 1 p.; 28 cm.
  15. 1961, 13 Dec.: [Broughton, James Richard, 1913- ], San Francisco To Robert [Duncan]. Details Helen Adam's indebtedness; suggests he respond "as you wish"; is sorry he feels "so huffy" about the Playhouse production of San Francisco's Burning. Typed Letter (carbon). 1 p.; 27.8 cm.
  16. 1961, 15 Dec.: Duncan, Robert, 1919- To [Kenneth C.] Zwerin, San Francisco. Claims James Broughton lied to him about the Helen Adam fund; encloses receipt for payment of Pat Adam's debt. Typed Letter (carbon). 1 p.; 28 cm.
  17. 1961, 16 Dec.: Broughton, James, 1913- , San Francisco To Kenneth [Zwerin]. Sends receipts for bills of Helen Adam that he paid; suggests he respond to Robert Duncan's "idiotic & righteous correspondence." Typed Letter (carbon). 1 p.; 27.9 cm. Accompanied by sheets of figures.
  18. 1961, 18 Dec.: [Zwerin, Kenneth Carlton], San Francisco To Miss [Helen] Adam, San Francisco. Sends receipts for payment of her debts; sends her holiday greetings. Typed Letter (carbon) 1 p.; 28 cm.
  19. 1961, 19 Dec.: [Brakhage], Stan, Boulder, Colo. To James [Broughton]. Thanks him for sending books; explains difficulty in getting funding for a play production; discusses wife's interpretation of The Ballad of Mad Jenny. Typed Letter Signed. 2 p.; 27.9 cm.
  20. 1961, 19 Dec.: [Triem], Eve, 1902- , Seattle To James [Broughton]. Expresses hope Helen Adam gains employment; hears William Stafford read; says Theodore Roethke wouldn't let her read his palm; relays John Logan's opinion of her criticism; mentions Maiden pin; wants to write about the Dark Night of the Sould. Typed Letter Signed. 4 p.; 28 cm.
  21. 1961, 23 Dec.: [Collins], Jess, 1923- , To James Broughton. Damns him for offering Helen Adam "charity," for lying and for changing the original concept of San Francisco's Burning. Typed Letter Signed. 1 p.; 28 cm.
  22. 1961, 24 Dec.: Adam, Helen, 1909- , San Francisco To Mr. [Kenneth] Zwerin. Thanks him for news that the O'Neill Fund has paid her bills; pledges to repay the money. Typed Letter (copy). 1 p.; 28 cm. At foot of letter is autograph note to James [Broughton] from Kenneth [Zwerin].
  23. 1961, 26 Dec.: [Broughton, James Richard, 1913- ], San Francisco To Stan [Brakhage]. Considers a theater evening; gives travel plans. Typed Letter (carbon) 1 p.; 27.8 cm.
  24. Undated. [Dec., 1961?]: [Adam], Helen, 1909- , To James [Broughton]. Notifies him that the O'Neill fund has paid "all our commercial debts" and thanks him for his help. Autograph Letter Signed. 2 p.; 21.6 cm.
  25. [1961, Dec.]: [Zwerin], K[ennth], San Francisco To James [Broughton]. Refuses to write to Robert Duncan. Autograph Letter Signed. 1 p.; 21.1 cm.
  26. Undated. [1961?]: [Chester], Alfred, New York City To [James Broughton]. Explains he has returned to America; mentions Robert Duncan; discusses his current work and relationships. Typed Letter Signed. 2 p.; 28 cm.
  27. 1962, 8 Jan.: [Broughton, James Richard, 1913- ], San Francisco, To Kenneth [Zwerin]. Asks him to write to Helen Adam advising her she doesn't have to repay debts; reports The Playhouse has reimbursed Robert Duncan. Typed Letter (carbon) 1 p.; 27.9 cm.
  28. 1962, 12 Jan.: [Zwerin, Kenneth Carlton], San Francisco, To Miss [Helen] Adam, San Francisco. Advises her she need not repay money given her by the O'Neill fund. Typed Letter (carbon). 1 p.; 27.9 cm.
  29. 1962, 18 Jan.: Brakhage, Stan. Brakhage award for services above and beyond. Constructed D. 1 p.; 27.9 cm. "Presented to James Broughton". Made of strips of film.
  30. 1962, 19 Jan.: [Chester], Alfred, New York City, To Jaime [Broughton]. Discusses his life and career including his new play cycle; gossips. Typed Letter Signed. 2 p.; 28 cm.
  31. [1962, 25 Jan.]: [Adam], Helen, 1909- , [San Francisco] To James [Broughton], [San Francisco]. Thanks him for gifts he brought to her at the Langley Porter Clinic. Autograph Letter Signed. 2 p.; 20 cm.
  32. 1962, Jan.: [Broughton, James Richard, 1913- Sometimes always or never. Typed Play. 10 p.; 27.9 "First version". Accompanied by another version.
  33. 1962, 3 Feb.: [Triem], Eve, 1902- To Jacopo [Broughton]. Wishes he could read at the Poetry Festival for Peach; conduct's poetry workshop at Y.W.C.A. Typed Letter Signed 1 p.; 21.6 cm Accompanied by postscript inquiry about Laura Riding. Typed Card Signed. 2 p.; 7.6 cm.
  34. 1962, 14 Feb.: [Ostermann, Elizabeth To James [Broughton]. Thanks him for card; enjoyed his reading. Autograph Letter Signed,; 2 p.: 20.3 cm.
  35. [1962, 23 Feb.]: [Adam, Helen, 1909- ], [San Francisco], To James [Broughton], [San Francisco]. Thanks him for sending copy of What is burning in the deep; comments on his reading to harp accompaniment. Autograph Letter Signed. 3 p.; 20 cm.
  36. 1962, 24 Feb.: [Brakhage], San, Boulder, Colo. To James [Broughton]. Has completed short film; comments on editing and John Cage; describes vision. Typed Letter Signed. 3 p.; 28 cm.
  37. 1962, 28 Feb.: Baille, Bruce To Mr. [James] Broughton. Anticipates going to a university in order to complete a film; discusses current film projects. Typed Letter Signed. 1 p.; 27.7 cm.
  38. 1962, 14 Mar.: [Broughton, James Richard, 1913- ], San Francisco To Jonathan [Williams], [Highlands,] N.C. Thanks him for letters and books; has been renewed by appearing in Two Men and a Harp; explains riff with Robert Duncan, asks if he knows area photographer to do a portrait for a record jacket. Typed Letter (carbon). 2 p.; 27.9 cm.
  39. 1962, 20 Mar.: [Brakhage], Stan To James [Broughton]. Comments on exchange of gifts; plans visit to San Francisco. Typed Letter Signed. 1 p.; 27.9 cm. Accompanied by two crayon drawings and two clipped illustrations.
  40. 1962, 23 Mar.: [Williams], Johnathan, Highlands, N.C. To James [Broughton]. Discusses possibility of publishing Broughton's Selected Poems; suggests Wynn Bullock photograph him; offers his opinion of Kenneth Rexroth. Typed Letter Signed. 1 p.; 27.9 cm.
  41. 1962, 26 Mar.: [Brakhage], Stan To James [Broughton]. Plans visit to San Francisco; feels Robert Duncan doesn't understand his films. Typed Letter Signed. 1 p.; 28 cm.
  42. 1962, 17 April: [Creeley], Bob [Robert], 1926- , Albuquerque, New Mexico To Jimmy [Broughton]. Informs him he has a better job; thanks him for his letter. Typed Letter Signed. 1 p.; 21.7 cm.
  43. 1962, 20 April: [Triem], Eve, 1902- , Seattle To Jacques [Broughton]. Counts poetry workshop "a huge success"; read poetry to her rector's wife while she sewed a chasuble for Easter. Typed Card Signed. 2 p.; 7.6 cm.
  44. 1962, 24 April [Broughton, James Richard, 1913- ], To Stan [Brakhage]. Misses him, feels he has "symbolically created" himself and should move to his next stage; lists concepts to discuss; allows him to keep key. Typed Letter (carbon). 2(i.e. 3)p.; 28 cm. Accompanied by Typed Manuscript (carbon). 1 p.; 28 cm.
  45. 1962, 25 April: [Brakhage], Stan To James [Broughton]. Discusses "the searching out of my internal geographies thru direct eye-ear contact with my surroundings"; reflects on his reading; describes meeting Robert Creeley. Typed Letter Signed. 2 p.; 28 cm.
  46. 1962, 26 April: [Brakhage], Stan To James [Broughton]. Misses him; reflects on their friendship; expresses the difficulty with which he writes letters. Autograph Letter Signed. 2 p.; 21.6 cm.
  47. 1962, 27 April: [Brakhage], Stan To Jimmy [Broughton]. Thanks him for gifts; advises what to do if rock comes loose. Autograph Letter Signed. 1 p.; 27.9 cm.
  48. 1962, 28 April: [Brakhage], Stan To James [Broughton]. Responds to his loneliness. Typed Letter Signed. 1 p.; 28 cm.
  49. 1962, 30 April: [Brakhage], Jane To Jimmy [Broughton]. Supplies parts of her personal history; seeks understanding. Autograph Letter Signed. 10 p.; 21.6 cm.
  50. [1962, April]: [Brakhage], Stan, [Boulder, Colo.] To James [Broughton]. Plans to follow his instructions at Michigan screenings. Typed Letter Signed. 1 p.; 27.8 cm. On verso of Typed Letter Signed to Brakhage from Richard C. Hawkins
  51. [1962, April]: [Brakhage], Stan To James [Broughton]. Responds to his letter. Autograph Letter Signed. 2 p.; 12.7 cm.
  52. [1962], April: [Brakhage], Stan To James [Broughton]. Considers him a source of illumination; suggests program for his coming appearance; asks him to contact Michael McClure and Morton Subotnick; doesn't like stills. Typed Letter Signed. 2 p.; 28 cm.
  53. 1962, April?]: [Brakhage], Stan To James [Broughton], San Francisco. Reaffirms friendship. Autograph Postcard Signed. 1 p.; 8.8 cm.
  54. [1962, April]: [Broughton, James Richard, 1913- ,] To [Stan] Brakhage. Discusses his work; suggests he cease showing early films; feels he cease showing early films; feels he is "ready to become a mature creator"; comments on birth-death themes; refers to his influences. Typed Letter (carbon). 3 p.; 28 cm.
  55. [1962, April?]: [Broughton, James Richard, 1913- ,] To Stan [Brakhage]. Doesn't like his showing Broughton's letters to his wife; wishes he respect the "religious vow between us." Typed Letter (carbon). 1 p.; 28 cm.
  56. 1962, 3 May: [Brakhage], Stan To James [Broughton]. Gives travel schedule; wants to clear up "misunderstandings". Typed Card Signed. 2 p.; 10.1 cm.
  57. [1962, 4 May]: [Broughton, James Richard, 1913- ,] To Jane [Brakhage]. Feels her husband won't acknowledge bond between them; feels "Brakhage is the son I needed"; seeks to end "unpleasantnesses"; promises to "keep my distance." Typed Letter (carbon). 2 p.; 28 cm. Accompanied by fragment of Broughton letter to Brakhage with manuscript drafts.
  58. 1962, [5 May]: [Brakhage], Stan To James [Broughton]. Thanks him for call; details changes in schedules. Typed Letter Signed. 1 p.; 28 cm.
  59. 1962, 7 May: [Brakhage], Jane To Jimmy [Broughton]. Discusses "neuroses"; writes that her husband is in misery. Autograph Letter Signed. 6 p.; 21.6 cm.
  60. 1962, 7 May: [Brakhage], Stan To James [Broughton]. Expresses confusion at what he's precipitated; is suffering from asthma; needs his help. Typed Letter Signed. 2 p.; 28 cm.
  61. 1962, 10 May: [Broughton, James Richard, 1913- ,] To Stan [Brakhage]. Rejoices at his letter; reviews the situation. Typed Letter (carbon). 3 p.; 27.9 cm.
  62. 1962, 11 May: [Broughton, James Richard, 1913- ], To [Stan Brakhage]. Thanks him for the light meter; received a teddy bear from Suzanna; gossips about mutual friends. Typed Letter (carbon). 2 p.; 27.9 cm.
  63. 1962, 12 May: [Brakhage], Jane To Jimmy [Broughton]. Asks forgiveness for her "scolding"; enjoys some pains; will be staying with Robert Creeley. Autograph Letter Signed. 6 p.; 21.6 cm.
  64. 1962, 14 May: [Brakhage], Stan To James [Broughton]. Feels "new strength" at having survived "a very crucial test"; recounts meeting George Crumb and George Manupelli at Ann Arbor. Typed Letter Signed. 2 p.; 28 cm.
  65. 1962, 15 May: [Hitchcock], George, San Francisco To James [Broughton]. Returns poems. Autograph Letter Signed. 1 p.; 17.7 cm.
  66. 1962, 23 May: [Brakhage, Stan] To James [Broughton]. Describes trip to Albuquerque and visit with the Creeleys. Typed Letter. 2 p.; 28 cm. Accompanied by Film Culture press release. 1 p.; 27.8 cm.
  67. 1962, 24 May: [Broughton, James Richard, 1913- ], To Stan [Brakhage]. Comments on Robert Creeley; relates reaction to Playhouse screenings; discusses need to get away. Typed Letter (carbon). 1 p.; 27.9 cm.
  68. 1962, 27 May: [Brakhage], Stan To James [Broughton]. Hopes to finish Part 1: Dog Star Man during summer; discusses sense of family; reflects on Broughton-Creeley friendship; quotes Gertrude Stein; comments on Where Helen Lies. Typed Letter Signed 4 p.; 28 cm.
  69. [1962], 30 May: [Broughton, James Richard, 1913- ,] To Stan [Brakhage]. Feels more a priest than a father but doesn't reject family; "my major concern is to relate you to yourself in better terms"; wants him to visit. Typed Letter (carbon). 2 p.; 27.9 cm.
  70. 1962, 31 May: [Broughton, James Richard, 1913- ,] To Jane [Brakhage]. Explains his intentions in suggesting her husband visit with family. Typed Letter (carbon) 1 p.; 27.9 cm.
  71. [1962, May]: [Broughton, James Richard, 1913- ,] To Stan [Brakhage]. Withdraws from the closeness of their relationship. Typed Letter (carbon). 2 p.; 28 cm.
  72. 1962, 1 June: [Brakhage], Stan To James [Broughton]. Reacts to "secret" letters; relates a friend's dream; will share letters with his wife. Typed Letter Signed. 3 p.; 28 cm.
  73. 1962, 1 June: [Brakhage], Stan To James [Broughton]. Will visit; is editing "Portrait of Creeley." Typed Letter Signed. 1 p.; 27.9 cm.
  74. 1962, 5 June: [Broughton, James Richard, 1913- ,] To [Stan Brakhage]. Comments on Maya Deren; is pleased he will visit but suggests a longer time. Typed Letter (carbon). 2 p.; 27.8 cm.
  75. 1962, 8 June: [Brakhage], Stan To James [Broughton]. Destroyed some letters and film; will visit only if Broughton wishes. Typed Letter Signed. 2 p.; 27.9 cm.
  76. 1962, 12 June: [Broughton, James Richard, 1913- ,] To [Stan Brakhage]. Feels he shouldn't visit at this time. Typed Letter (carbon). 1 p.; 28 cm.
  77. 1962, 14 June: [Broughton, James Richard, 1913- ,] To James S[tan Brakhage]. Seeks to "repair the damage"; promises not to demand any more of him. Typed Letter (carbon). 1 p.; 27.8 cm.
  78. 1962, 15 June: [Williams, Johnathan], Aspen, Colo. To Jaius [Broughton]. Invites him to visit while Williams is Poet-in-Residence at the Institute for Humanistic Studies. Typed Letter. 1 p.; 27.9 cm.
  79. 1962, 23 June: [Williams], Johnathan, Aspen, Colo. To [James Broughton]. Tries to set up film showing at the Institute for Humanistic Studies; plans to interview Douglas Woolf. Typed Letter Signed. 1 p.; 27.9 cm.
  80. 1962, 29 June: [Peto], Helen, New York City To Jimmie [Broughton]. Discloses bequests in grandfather Ohlandt's will; plans to make him and his brother an offer; quotes from article on purchase of Steiner Street property; sends picture of his mother. Autograph Letter Signed. 10 p.; 17.8 cm.
  81. 1962, June: [Brakhage], Stan To James [Broughton]. Expresses relief at his letter; wants to film again. Typed Letter Signed. 1 p.; 27.9 cm.
  82. 1962, 1 July: [Brakhage], Stan To James [Broughton]. Dismisses moving while his film activity has returned. Typed Letter Signed. 1 p.; 28 cm.
  83. 1962, 7 July: [Brakhage, Jane] To Jimmy [Broughton]. Thanks him for letter and poetry; looks forward to his visit. Autograph Letter (incomplete). 8 p.; 21.6 cm.
  84. 1962, 19 July: [Williams], Johnathan, Aspen, Colo. To James [Broughton]. Informs him of details concerning his film showing. Typed Letter Signed. 1 p.; 27.9 cm.
  85. 1962, 24 July: [Broughton, James Richard, 1913- ], To Stan and Jane [Brakhage]. Thanks them for box; discusses plans for visit. Typed Letter (carbon). 1 p.; 27.9 cm.
  86. 1962, 28 July: [Triem], Eve, 1902- , Seattle To Jacques [Broughton]. Had lunch with Dale Nichols; describes cultural activities; has been fixing Mexican food. Typed Letter Signed. 2 p.; 28 cm.
  87. 1962, July: [Brakhage], Stan To James [Broughton]. Returns airplane ticket; must move, perhaps to San Francisco. Typed Letter Signed. 1 p.; 27.9 cm.
  88. [1962, 1 Aug.]: [Hart], Suzanna, San Francisco To James [Broughton], Aspen. Discusses her health; waits for his plans before leaving her job. Autograph Letter Signed. 6 p.; 27.1 cm.
  89. [1962, 2 Aug.]: [Hart, Suzanna], San Francisco To [James Broughton], Aspen. Meditates on summer. Autograph Card Signed. 2 p.; 28 cm.
  90. [1962], 5 Aug.: [Hart], Suzanna, San Francisco To [James Broughton], Boulder. Discusses her analyst; reports she must have operation; decides not to quit job; complains about weather. Autograph Letter Signed. 6 p. 27.1 cm.
  91. [1962, 6 Aug.]: [Hart, Suzanna], San Francisco To [James Broughton], Boulder, Colo. Invites him to go out. Autograph Note Signed. 1 p.; 16.2 cm.
  92. [1962], 7 Aug.: [Hart], Suzanna, San Francisco To James [Broughton], Boulder. Analyzes their relationship; discusses money. Autograph Letter Signed. 5 p.; 27.1 cm.
  93. 1962, 9 Aug.: [Hart], Suzanna, San Francisco To James Broughton, Boulder. Reports she isn't going to the hospital. Telegram. 1 p. 14.4 cm.
  94. [1962, 9 Aug.]: [Hart], Suzanna, San Francisco To [James Broughton], Boulder. Discusses her feelings about their relationship. Autograph Letter Signed. 3p.; 27.1 cm.
  95. 1962, 11 Aug.: [Sheets], K[ermit], Guatemala City To James [Broughton], San Francisco. Describes hazards of traveling by car from Mexico to Guatemala; witnessed a volcano; is directing The Zoo Story; invites him to visit. Autograph Letter Signed. 2 p.; 27.3 cm.
  96. 1962, 15 Aug.: [Broughton, James Richard, 1913- ], San Francisco To Jonathan [Williams]. Thanks him for arranging Aspen showing. Typed Letter (carbon). 1 p.; 27.9 cm.
  97. 1962, 16 Aug.: [Broughton, James Richard, 1913- ], San Francisco To Stan & Jane [Brakhage]. Thanks them for "chaperoning" and other attentions during his visit. Typed Letter (carbon). 1 p.; 27.9 cm.
  98. 1962, 28 Aug.: [Broughton, James Richard, 1913- ], San Francisco To Jonathan [Williams]. Submits list of contacts in Europe. Typed Letter (carbon). 2 p.; 27.9 cm.
  99. 1962, 2 Sept.: [Sheets], K[ermit], Guatemala City To James [Broughton], San Francisco. Gives response to his production of Edward Albee plays; asks him to send copies of his plays; is teaching English. Autograph Letter Signed. 1 p.; 27.1 cm.
  100. 1962, 21 Sept.: [Williams], Jonathan To James [Broughton]. Lists literary friends who attended his bon voyage party; gives itinerary. Typed Letter Signed. 1 p.; 23.7 cm.
  101. 1962, 22 Oct.: [Williams], Jonathan, Consistan, Cumberland, England To [James Broughton], San Francisco. Visiting the Lake District. Autograph Postcard Signed. 1 p.; 10.5 cm.
  102. [1962, 28 Oct.]: [Hart, Suzanna], Los Angeles To [James Broughton], San Francisco. Describes southern trip; misses him. Autograph Letter Signed. 4 p.; 27.8 cm. Accompanied by Autograph Note Signed. 1 p.; 27.8 cm.
  103. [1962, 30 Oct.]: [Hart], Suzanna, Los Angeles To [James Broughton], San Francisco. Discusses color scheme of the masque. Autograph Letter Signed. 4 p.; 19.6 cm.
  104. [1962], 2 Nov.: [Hart], S[uzanna] To [James Broughton]. Misses him; describes activities at the Opera House; wishes they could make public their wedding plans. Autograph Letter Signed. 6 p.; 19.6 cm.
  105. 1962, 3 Nov.: [Williams], Jonathan, London To James [Broughton]. Will be staying in same flat Broughton lived in; comments on Robert Sontley's work; describes writing Like Lake Lines. Typed Letter Signed. 1 p.; 27.9 cm.
  106. [1962], 5 Nov.: [Hart], Suzanna, Los Angeles To [James Broughton], San Francisco. Awaits his visit; asks him to bring party shoes for her. Autograph Letter Signed. 3 p.; 19.6 cm.
  107. 1962, 7 Nov.: [Triem], Eve, 1902- , To James [Broughton]. Attended All Saint's Day Eucharist at which E.E. Cummings was prayed for; recounts birthday celebrations from Marilyn Lazenby and Beth Bentley; comments on Alfred Chester; mourns Cummings. Typed Letter Signed. 3 p.; 18.8 cm.
  108. 1962, 29-30 Dec.: [Triem], Eve, 1902- , Seattle To [James Broughton]. Learned of his marriage from Helen Adam; lists friends she heard from during the holidays; describes party she gave for children. Typed Letter Signed. 3 p.; 19 cm.
  109. [1962?]: [Broughton, James Richard], 1913- "Where to Begin? Typed Manuscript. 1 p.; 15.2 cm.
  110. [1962?]: [Hart], Suzanna To [James Broughton]. Recognizes his feelings. Autograph Letter Signed. 1 p.; 27.1 cm.
  111. [1963, 13 Jan.]: [Brakhage], Jane, Boulder, Colo. To J[ames] and S[uzanna Broughton], Medocino County, Cal. Announces departure; inquires about publication of the It poems. Autograph Card Signed. 1 p.; 10.2 cm.
  112. 1963, 19 Jan.: [Williams], Jonathan, London. To James [Broughton], San Francisco. Discusses recent activities on verso of "(Perhaps) A Last Lettter," a printed plea for funds to pay off Jargon's printing bills. Typed Letter Signed. 1 p.; 12.1 cm.
  113. 1963, Jan.: [Brakhage], Stan, Boulder, Colo. To James [Broughton]. Thanks him for birthday gift; have been selling possessions. Autograph Letter Signed. 2 p.; 27.8 cm.
  114. 1963, 11, 13 Feb.: [Triem], Eve, 1902- , To Jaimito [Broughton]. Offers to send him Mississippi catnip seed; discusses his poetry workshop; remembers pet tortoise; prays for E.E. Cummings; writes about her husband. Typed Letter Signed. 3 p.; 13.3 cm.
  115. 1963, 15 Feb.: [Bynner], Hal [Witter], 1881-1968, Santa Fe, New Mexico To Jimmie [Broughton]. Thanks him for note; gives conditions of friends. Typed Letter Signed. 1 p.; 28 cm.
  116. 1963, 19 Feb.: [Maas], Willard and Marie, Staten Island, N.Y. To James [Broughton]. Offers congratulations on marriage; invite him to participate in NYC Writers Conference. Typed Letter Signed. 1 p.; 28 cm.
  117. [1963, 7 Mar.]: [Brakhage, Stan and Jane, Boulder, Colo.] To [James and Suzanna Broughton, San Francisco]. Announces birth of son Bearthm. Autograph Card. 1 p.; 10.2 cm.
  118. 1963, 9 Mar.: [Williams], Jonathan, London, To James [Broughton], San Francisco. Details his rejections by English magazines; raised $2,000 to help pay Jargon printing bill; must sell Franz Kline drawing; hopes to open book shop in 1964. Typed Letter Signed. 1 p.; 24.3 cm.
  119. 1963, 23 Mar.: [Brakhage], Stan To James and Suzanna [Broughton]. Describes effect of the sounds of their names; is job-seeking; reflects on gifts they sent Bearthm. Autograph Letter Signed. 4 p.; 27.6 cm.
  120. 1963, 17 April: [Malanga], Gerard, 1943- , Staten Island, N.Y. To James Broughton. Wishes to include him in Modern American Poems, an anthology to be published in Italy; describes an evening with Stan Brakhage, Marie Menken and Willard Maas. Typed Letter Signed. 1 p.; 28 cm.
  121. 1963, 2 May: [Broughton, James Richard, 1913- ], San Francisco To Willard [Maas]. Would like to participate in NYC Writers Conference. Typed Letter (carbon). 1 p.; 27.9 cm.
  122. 1963, 7 June: [Broughton, James Richard, 1913- ]. Untitled speech. Typed Manuscript. 3 p.; 28 cm.
  123. 1963, 9 June: [Brakhage], Stan To James [Broughton]. Comments on his lecture tour; reacts to Charles Olson, Parker Tyler and Pauline Kael. Typed Letter Signed. 2 p.; 27.9 cm.
  124. 1963, 14 June: [Broughton, James Richard, 1913- ] To Willard [Mass]. Reaffirms his desire to participate in writers conference. Typed Letter (carbon). 1 p.; 27.8 cm.
  125. 1963, 14 June: [Fenton], Frank, Hilo, Hawaii To James [Broughton], San Francisco. Belatedly congratulates him on marriage; bought a house where Anna Held had stayed; will soon leave for Europe; plans to see Howard Greer. Typed Letter Signed. 1 p.; 27.9 cm.

Correspondence and Manuscripts, 1963, July-1965

Box 11
Folder -- Contents

  1. 1963, 8 July: [Williams], Jonathan, London To James [Broughton], San Francisco. Lists contents of his British Year Books; comments on Lawrence Ferlinghetti; gives itinerary. Typed Letter Signed. 1 p.; 24.3 cm.
  2. [1963], 9 July: [Hart], Suzanna, San Francisco To [James Broughton], Staten Island, N.Y. Considers her pregnancy; reports Alan Watts' phone call. Typed Letter Signed. 2 p.; 20.6 cm.
  3. [1963], 10 July: [Hart, Suzanna], San Francisco To James [Broughton], Staten Island, N.Y. Has been working on a cape; plans to visit mother; gives news of their cat. Typed Letter Signed. 2 p.; 20.6 cm.
  4. [1963], 11 July: [Hart], Suzanna, San Francisco To [James Broughton], Staten Island, N.Y. Describes house-hunting in Mill Valley; continuous work on cape. Autograph Letter Signed. 2 p.; 28 cm.
  5. [1963, 13 July]: [Hart], S[uzanna], San Francisco To [James Broughton], Staten Island, N.Y. Enjoys his report of the writers conference reaction to The Pleasure Garden; expresses her love. Autograph Letter Signed. 4 p.; 19.6 cm.
  6. [1963], 13 July: [Hart, Suzanna], San Francisco To [James Broughton], Staten Island, N.Y. Describes her pregnancy. Autograph Letter Signed. 5 p.; 20.6 cm.
  7. [1963], 14 July: [Hart], Suzanna, San Francisco To [James Broughton], Staten Island, N.Y. Decides against buying Mill Valley house. Autograph Letter Signed. 4 p.; 20.7 cm.
  8. [1963], 15 July: [Hart], S[uzanna], San Francisco To [James Broughton], Staten Island, N.Y. Contemplates having a house; is working on dress. Autograph Letter Signed. 3 p.; 14 cm.
  9. [1963], 16 July: [Hart, Suzanna], San Francisco To [James Broughton], Staten Island, N.Y. Relays her and cat's conditions. Autograph Letter Signed. 4 p.; 19.6 cm.
  10. [1963, 16 July]: [Hart], S[uzanna], San Francisco To [James Broughton], Staten Island, N.Y. Details ailments of cat and herself. Autograph Letter Signed. 3 p.; 20.7 cm.
  11. [1963], 17 July: [Hart], Suzanna, San Francisco To [James Broughton], Denver. Reports her mother has given her family silver; anticipates his return. Typed Letter Signed. 3 p.; 19.6 cm.
  12. 1963, 19 July: [Maas], Will[ard], Staten Island, N.Y. To James [Broughton]. Reveals troubles at college; gossips about Gerard Malanga and W.H. Auden; claims he and his wife were models for characters in Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf?; explains why his letters haven't arrives. Typed Letter Signed. 3 p.; 28 cm.
  13. 1963, 21 July: [Triem], Eve, 1902- , To J[ames Broughton]. Chronicles personal events of 1963. Typed Card Signed. 2 p.; 7.6 cm.
  14. 1963, 29 July: Markopoulos, Gregory J., New York City To James Broughton. Mentions financial problems involving Twice a Man; say he will send poems. Typed Letter Signed. 1 p.; 27.9 cm.
  15. [1963, 6 Aug.]: [Levertov], Denise, 1923- and [Triem], Eve, 1902- , Seattle To James [Broughton], San Francisco. Have been sightseeing together. Autograph Postcard Signed. 1 p.; 8.8 cm.
  16. 1963, 21 Aug.: [Triem], Eve, 1902- , Seattle To Jimmie [Broughton]. Congratulates him on Suzanna's pregnancy; describes Denise Leverton's visit; comments on rift with Robert Duncan "and company." Typed Letter Signed. 2 p.; 27.9 cm.
  17. 1963, 24 Sept.: [Hoyem, Andrew, San Francisco To James Broughton. Explains why the Auerhahn Press can't publish his book. Typed Letter Signed. 1 p.; 27.9 cm.
  18. 1963, 8 Oct.: [Brakhage], Stan, Custer, S.D. To James and Suzanna [Broughton]. Has moved. Typed Letter Signed. 1 p.; 28 cm. Accompanied by an original piece of film from Mothlight.
  19. 1963, 23 Oct.: [Krauss], Ruth, Rowayton, Conn. To James Broughton. Reading his poem prompts her to write asking if he remembers their meeting; suggests he look up Kay Boyle. Autograph Letter Signed. 2 p.; 28 cm.
  20. [1963], 2 Nov.: [Adam], Helen, 1909- , San Francisco to Suzanne and James [Broughton], San Francisco. Thanks them for gift; enjoyed James' reading. Autograph Letter Signed. 1 p.; 22.8 cm. Accompanied by five snap shots of the Broughtons on the beach.
  21. 1963, 4 Nov.: [Malanga], Gerard, 1943- , Bronx, N.Y. To James [Broughton]. Sends him instructions for anthology; was in Los Angeles with Andy Warhol. Typed Letter Signed. 1 p.; 27.8 cm.
  22. 1963, 7 Nov.: [Triem], Eve, 1902- , Seattle, To [James Broughton]. Reports she hasn't heard of Alfred Chester since he phoned Denise Levertov in the spring; reports on family and Marion Cummings. Typed Letter Signed. 1 p.; 27.9 cm.
  23. 1963, 19 Nov.: [Broughton, James Richard, 1913- ], To Gerard [Malanga], Bronx, N.Y. Sends requested materials; asks about honorarium. Typed Letter (carbon). 1 p.; 27.7 cm.
  24. 1963, 24 Nov.: [Malanga], Gerard, 1943- , Bronx, N.Y. To James [Broughton], San Francisco. Describes appearing in Andy Warhol's films; discusses the films of Willard Maas; tells him which poems he picked for anthology. Typed Letter Signed. 1 p.; 27.9 cm.
  25. 1963, 25 Nov.: [Sales], Grover, San Francisco To Jimmy [Broughton]. Discusses review writing; mentions "Nicklewood." Typed Letter Signed. 1 p.; 26.7 cm.
  26. 1963, Nov.: [Triem], Eve, 1902- , To James [Broughton]. Sends birthday greets. Autograph Postcard Signed. 1 p.; 8.8 cm.
  27. 1963, 2 Dec. [Maas], W[illard], Brooklyn To James [Broughton]. Explains he's resigned teaching job; Kay Boyle to replace him as writers conference director. Typed Letter Signed. 1 p.; 27.9 cm.
  28. 1963, 5 Dec.: [Triem], Eve, 1902- , To James [Broughton]. Wishes to know of baby has arrived. Typed Card Signed. 2 p.; 7.6 cm.
  29. 1963, 10 Dec.: [Brakhage], Stan To James and Suzanna [Broughton]. Happy to hear of the birth of their daughter; has learned Gavin Lambert and King Vidor are Ford Foundation judges. Typed Letter Signed. 1 p.; 27.7 cm.
  30. [1963], 26 Dec.: [Hart], Suzanna, San Francisco To [James Broughton], Knokke, Belgium. Chronicles holiday visitors and activities. Autograph Letter Signed. 4 p.; 27.9 cm.
  31. [1963], 28 Dec.: [Hart], Suzanna, San Francisco To [James Broughton], Knokke, Belgium. Continues chronicle of holiday visitors and festivities; discusses her relationship to the baby. Autograph Letter Signed. 5 p.; 20.1 cm.
  32. Undated. [1963]: Miles, Jo[sephine], 1911- , Berkeley, Cal. To James [Broughton], San Francisco. Sends birthday greetings. Autograph Postcard Signed. 1 p.; 14 cm.
  33. 1964, 9 Jan.: [Brakhage], Stan To James [Broughton]. Quit job; moving again; is grateful to him and Jonas Mekas for supporting him. Typed Letter Signed. 1 p.; 27.7 cm.
  34. 1964, 15 Jan.: Dietz, Norman D., New York City To Mr. [James] Broughton, New York City. Reports on American Religious Theatre 1963 production of The Last Word; is coming to meet Broughton. Typed Letter Signed. 1 p.; 27.9 cm.
  35. 1964, 24 Jan.: [Brakhage], Stan To James [Broughton]. Learns he was rejected for the Ford grant; plans to go east; cancels San Francisco trip. Typed Letter Signed. 1 p.; 26.8 cm.
  36. 1964, 25 Jan.: [Markopoulos], Gregory To James [Broughton]. Expresses delight in winning a prize at Brussels; discusses new film; explains his involvement in film politics. Autograph Letter Signed. 3 p.; 26.3 cm.
  37. 1964, Jan.?: [Krauss], Ruth, Rowayton, Conn. To Jim [Broughton]. Congratulates him on birth of daughter; reports Kay Boyle has moved "into" San Francisco; sends him copies of "poem plays." Autograph Letter Signed. 2 p.; 27.9 cm.
  38. 1964, [27 Mar.]: [Levertov], Denise, 1923- , To Jimmy [Broughton]. Rejects poems; writes about family and Eve Triem. Autograph Letter Signed. 2 p.; 28 cm.
  39. 1964, 28 Mar.: [Triem], Eve, 1902- , Seattle To James [Broughton]. Comments on earthquakes; sends Kennedy poem; relates news of Denise Levertov; discusses her "spiritual pilgrimage"; gives family news. Typed Letter Signed. 2 p.; 27.9 cm. Accompanied by "November Days: 1963." Typed Manuscript (carbon) Signed. 1 p.; 27.9 cm.
  40. 1964, 14 April: M[alanga], Gerard, 1943- , Staten Island, N.Y. To James [Broughton]. Announces he's moved to East Village; discusses anthology and magazines he's editing; mentions writer's conference and a reading by Guiseppe Ungaretti. Autograph Letter Signed. 2 p.; 27.9 cm. Accompanied by signed photograph.
  41. 1964, 12 May: [Triem], Eve, 1902- , Seattle To Jacques [Broughton]. Remembers Alfred Chester; reports death of her brother Ernest. Typed Card Signed. 2 p.; 10.2 cm.
  42. 1964, 21 May: [Triem], Eve, 1902- , Seattle To [James Broughton], Mill Valley, Cal. Requests becoming his daughter's "foster godmother"; bemoans her poverty; reports Vernon Watkins is in town. Typed Card Signed. 2 p.; 7.6 cm.
  43. 1964, 25 May: [Gamow], [Barbara] Perk[ins] To James [Broughton]. Reports Jane Brakhage is pregnant again; has cancelled trip to Rio. Typed Letter Signed. 2 p.; 28 cm.
  44. 1964, 5 June: Ciardi, John, 1916- , New York City To Mr. [James] Broughton. Rejects his poems for Saturday Review but asks him to send more. Autograph Letter Signed. 1 p.; 21.6 cm.
  45. [1964, 30 June]: [Peto], Helen, New York City To Jimmie [Broughton], Mill Valley, Cal. Reacts to his visit to the Ohlandt vault; feels that as he removes his father's ashes he should also remove his mother's; looks forward to meeting his wife and daughter. Autograph Letter Signed. 15 p.; 18.3 cm.
  46. [1964, 2 July: [Broughton, James Richard, 1913- ] "Old Uncle James's poet's philosopher corner." Typed/Autograph Manuscript. 5 p.; 28 cm Notes on a possible newspaper column.
  47. 1964, 15 July: [Brakhage, Stan] To James [Broughton]. Thanks him for sending picture; notifies him that someone is writing a novel about his experience running a summer theater. Typed Postcard Signed. 1 p.; 8.2 cm.
  48. 1964, 23 July: [Triem], Eve, 1902- , Seattle To Jacques [Broughton]. Comments on Helen Adam, James Merrill, Denise Levertov and Jean Burden. Typed Letter Signed. 2 p.; 27.9 cm.
  49. 1964, 17 Aug.: [Brakhage], Stan To the Broughtons. Announces birth of son Rarc. Typed Letter Signed. 1 p.; 27.7 cm.
  50. 1964, 25 Oct.: [Abbett], Mel, Berkeley To James [Broughton]. Hopes to see his play; requests Helen Adam's address. Typed Letter Signed. 1 p.; 32.9 cm.
  51. 1964, 29 Oct.: Masefield, John, 1878-1967, Berkshire, England To Mr. [James] Broughton, [San Francisco]. Thanks him for "The Birds of America"; invites him to visit. Autograph Letter Signed. 2 p.; 19.9 cm.
  52. 1964, Oct.: [Brakhage], Stan To James [Broughton]. Has finished Dog Star Man; plans to come to San Francisco; is disturbed by Ernest Callenbachs criticism. Typed Letter Signed. 2 p.; 27.7 cm.
  53. 1964, 11 Dec.: Markopoulos, Gregory J. To James [Broughton]. Discusses Poems and Himself, as Himself. Typed Letter Signed. 1 p.; 26.3 cm.
  54. [1964], 19 Dec.: [Chester], Alfred, Tangier To James [Broughton], San Francisco. Discusses his health and Exquisite Corpses; gossips about mutual friends; characterizes Paul Bowles. Typed Letter Signed. 2 p.; 27 cm.
  55. [1964], 20 Dec.: [Adam], Helen, 1909- , New York City To Suzanna & James [Broughton]. Sends season's greetings; describes adjustment to New York. Diane Wakoski wants her for a film. Autograph Letter Signed. 7 p.; 22.8 cm.
  56. 1964, 25 Dec.: [Brakhage], Stan To James, Suzanna, Serena [Broughton]. Snowed in; describes holiday gifts. Typed Letter Signed. 2 p.; 27.7 cm.
  57. 1964, Dec.: [Brakhage], Stan To James [Broughton]. Reveals pages of his personal history. Typed Letter Signed. 2 p.; 27.7 cm.
  58. 1964, Dec.: [Triem], Eve, 1902- , Seattle To Suzanna, Jacques, Serena [Broughton]. Reports on husband's illness; is saddened by Edith Sitwell's death; mentions her godson. Typed Card Signed. 2 p.; 7.6 cm.
  59. [1964]: [Broughton, James Richard, 1913- ] How Pleasant It Is to Have Money! Typed Play. 102 p.; 28 cm. "First Revised Copy after production". Accompanied by carbon copy of another version.
  60. [ca. 1964]: Broughton, James, 1913- "Whistling in the labyrinth." Typed Manuscript (copy). 45 p.; 27.9 cm. Collection of poems in green binder. Accompanied by other versions of the book.
  61. Undated. [1964]: [Brakhage], Stan, Rollinsville, Colo. To James [Broughton]. Describes house. Typed Letter Signed. 1 p.; 27.7 cm.
  62. 1965, 19 Jan.: [Brewer, Bill], Alamos, Mexico To James and Suzanna [Brougthon], Mill Valley, Cal. Describes the beginning building of his house; discusses the weather and his health. Autograph Letter Signed. 3 p.; 27.2 cm.
  63. 1965, Jan.: [Brakhage], Stan To the Broughtons. Attaches photo to letter. Typed Letter Signed. 1 p.; 28.1 cm.
  64. 1965, 9 Feb.: [Osterman], Elizabeth, San Francisco To James [Broughton]. Finds The Playmates "a delight." Autograph Letter Signed. 2 p.; 20.3 cm.
  65. [1965], 10 Feb.: [Adam], Helen, 1909- , New York City To Serena, Suzanna and James [Broughton]. Describes job-hunting, meeting Herbert Machis, life in New York City. Autograph Letter Signed. 7 p.; 20.2 cm.
  66. 1965, 11 Feb.: [Brewer], B[ill], Alamos, Mexico To James and Suzanna [Broughton], Mill Valley, Cal. Discusses his house; is taking Spanish lessons. Autograph Letter Signed. 2 p.; 27.2 cm.
  67. 1965, 12 Feb. [Triem, Eve, 1902- ] to Jaime [Broughton]. Reflects on her recent career; comments on E.E. Cummings; will dedicate her new book to Denise Levertov. Typed Letter. 1 p.; 30.2 cm.
  68. 1965, 24 Feb.: [Duncan], Robert, 1919- , To James [Broughton]. Thanks him for writing about Roots and Branches; analyzes reasons for his breaking with Broughton; suggests a warming. Autograph Letter Signed. 2 p.; 28 cm.
  69. 1965, 25 Feb.: [Dietz], Norman, New York City To Mr. [James] Broughton, San Francisco. Sends belated royalties for The Last World; invites him to a performance. Typed Letter Signed. 1 p.; 28 cm.
  70. [1965?], 4 Mar.: [Adam], Helen, 1909- , [New York City] To Suzanna & James [Broughton]. Comments on The Right Playmate; mentions Stan Brakhage and Herbert Machiz. Autograph Letter Signed. 6 p.; 22.9 cm.
  71. 1965, 4 Mar.: [Broughton, James Richard, 1913- ], to Bill [Estler], Palo Alto, Cal. Asks his opinion of producing a record of "The Bard and the Harper." Typed Letter (carbon). 1 p.; 27.9 cm.
  72. 1965, 15 Mar.: [Estler], Bill, Palo Alto, Cal. To James [Broughton]. Suggests possible route toward funding a recording. Typed Letter Signed. 1 p.; 28 cm.
  73. 1965, 21 Mar.: [Dietz], Norman, Lakewood, Cal. To Mr. [James] Broughton, San Francisco. Wishes he had had more time with him; invites him to lunch; seeks permission for a St. Louis television performance of The Last Word. Typed Letter Signed. 1 p.; 28 cm.
  74. 1965, 22 Mar.: [Brakhage], Stan To James [Broughton]. Returns from lecture tour; "Hollywood deal" falls through; asks him to send copies of filmscripts for anthology Brakhage hopes to edit. Autograph Letter Signed. 4 p.; 28 cm.
  75. 1965, 2 April: [Broughton, James Richard, 1913- ], To Bill [Estler]. Has made tape; seeks advice about proceeding with album. Typed Letter (carbon). 1 p.; 27.9 cm.
  76. [1965], 9 April: [Adam], Helen, 1909- , [New York City] To [Mr. & Mrs. James Broughton]. Discusses "The Bard and the Harper"; describes evening with Herbert Machiz and John Meyers; discusses Meyer Kupferman; writes about acting for the Poets' Theatre. Autograph Letter Signed. 9 p.; 28.1 cm.
  77. 1965, 10 April: [McLain], Kevin To Jim [Broughton]. Finds The Pleasure Garden a total delight; determines Broughton's "reason for being"; promises to phone. Typed Letter Signed. 2 p.; 27.9 cm.
  78. 1965, April: [Brakhage], Stan To James [Broughton]. Details parameters of his proposed book of "poetic film tracks." Typed Letter Signed. 1 p.; 28 cm.
  79. 1965, 16 May: [Dietz], Norman, New York City To James [Broughton]. Thanks him for lunch; encloses check for performances of The Last Word; asks him to send material for a review. Typed Letter Signed. 1 p.; 28 cm.
  80. 1965, 24 May: [Broughton, James Richard, 1913- ] To Norman [Dietz], New York City Thanks him for check; will send material to use if he agrees to a "financial arrangement." Typed Letter (carbon), 1 p.; 28 cm.
  81. 1965, 25 May: [Adam], Helen, 1909- , [New York City], To James & Suzanna [Broughton], [Mill Valley, Cal.] Describes spring in Manhattan; discusses Sibyl Leek and Dame Edith Sitwell. Autograph Letter Signed. 8 p.; 23 cm.
  82. 1965, 30 May: Broughton, James, 1913- Prayers to the ancestors. Autograph Manuscript Signed. 4 p.; 76.6 cm.
  83. 1965, 11 June: Ciardi, John, 1916- , New York City To Mr. [James] Broughton. Accepts "Marriage Song." Autograph Letter Signed. 1 p.; 21.6 cm.
  84. 1965, 25 June: [Broughton, James Richard, 1913- ], To [Stan Brakhage]. Repeats family stories; mentions visit of Louis von Gasteren. Typed Letter (carbon). 1 p.; 27.8 cm.
  85. 1965, June: [Brakhage], Stan To James [Broughton]. Describes weather; thanks him for sending filmscripts; is working on short films; quotes story from Guy Davenport; reflects on loneliness. Typed Letter Signed. 2 p.; 28 cm.
  86. 1965, 1 July: Ciardi, John, 1916- , New York City To Mr. [James] Broughton. Sends back poems; requests more. Autograph Letter Signed. 1 p.; 21.6 cm.
  87. 1965, 9 July: [Levertov], Denise, 1923- , Temple, Maine To James [Broughton]. Is unable to place his poems; suggests publishers. Autograph Letter Signed. 2 p.; 27.8 cm.
  88. 1965, 10 July: [Triem], Eve, 1902- , Seattle To [James Broughton], Mill Valley, Cal. Reports on visit to Norman Davis and her E.E. Cummings lectures; asks about possible reviewers for her book; mentions she saw his portrait in Imogen Cunningham's show; Marion Cummings has requested copies of letters. Typed Letter Signed. 2 p.; 28 cm. Accompanied by signed tearsheet from Minnesota Review of "Elegy two (e.e. cummings)."
  89. 1965, 13 July: [Krauss], Ruth, Rowayton, Conn. To Jim [Broughton]. Thanks him for book; discusses making a living by writing children's books; expects book of poems to appear. Autograph Letter Signed. 2 p.; 27.9 cm.
  90. [1965], 20 July: [Adam], Helen, 1909- , New York City To James [Broughton]. Writes about family and friends; describes summer in East Hampton; reacts to Herbert Machiz's ad. 8 p.; 21.7 cm.
  91. 1965, 26 July: [Broughton, James Richard, 1913- ] To Johnny [Dodds], New York City. Reads about him in the paper; reviews his recent life; in looking for a publisher for High Kukus.Typed Letter (carbon). 1 p.; 27.8 cm.
  92. 1965, July: [Triem], Eve, 1902- To Jacques [Broughton]. Discusses his poems; relates news of Denise Levertov and reactions to her E.E. Cummings lectures. Typed Card Signed. 2 p.; 7.6 cm.
  93. 1965, 10 Aug. [Dodds], John 1922- New York City To Jimmy [Broughton], San Francisco. Surprised to hear from him; reports Putnam doesn't publish poetry; is happily married. Typed Letter Signed. 1 p.; 28 cm.
  94. 1965, 16 Aug.: [Broughton, James Richard, 1913- ,] To John [Dodds], New York City. Is disheartened that Putnam isn't interested in his writing; will forward High Kukus. Typed Letter (carbon). 1 p.; 27.8 cm.
  95. [1965], 20 Aug.: [Adam], Helen, 1909- , [New York City] To James & Suzanna [Broughton]. Discusses the family; reacts to death of Jack Spicer; comments on Louis Zukofsky. Autograph Letter Signed. 8 p.; 21.5 cm.
  96. 1965, 8 Sept.: [Triem], Eve, 1902- , To [James Broughton]. Suggests he send his book to Hannah Kahn for review; offers other possibilities of governing publicity. Typed Letter Signed. 1 p.; 28 cm.
  97. [1965, 15 Sept.]: [Adam], Helen, 1909- , [New York City] To James [Broughton]. Comments on The Water Circle and Suzanna Hart's cat and mouse drawings. Autograph Letter Signed. 6 p.; 21.6 cm.
  98. 1965, Sept.: [Brakhage], Stan To James [Broughton]. Thanks him for sending poem; considers fans; reflects on Berkeley conference and Jack Spicer's death; discusses fame, pointing to example of Angelo DiBenedetto. Typed Letter Signed. 1 p.; 28 cm.
  99. 1965, 7 Oct.: [Broughton, James Richard, 1913- ,] To Bill [Estler]. He has finished the album; seeks advice on merchandising it. Typed Letter (carbon). 1 p.; 27.9 cm.
  100. [1965, 20 Oct.]: [Krauss], Ruth, Rowayton, Conn. To Jim [Broughton]. Sends name of editor. Autograph Postcard Signed. 1 p.; 15.2 cm.
  101. 1965, 3 Nov.: [Johnson], Jacqueline, Inverness, Cal. To James and Suzanna and Serena [Broughton]. Responds to The Water Circle. Autograph Letter Signed. 2 p.; 28 cm.
  102. 1965, 3 Nov.: Markopoulos, Gregory J. To James Broughton, San Francisco. Requests poems for a filmmakers anthology he is compiling. Typed Letter Signed. 1 p.; 27.7 cm.
  103. 1965, 8 Nov.: [Markopoulos], Gregory To James [Broughton]. Thanks him for sending poems which are to appear in December. Typed Letter Signed. 1 p.; 27.7 cm.
  104. 1965, 9 Nov.: [Maas], Willard, Brooklyn, N.Y. To James [Broughton]. Comments on his recordings; discusses Andy Warhol. Typed Letter Signed. 1 p.; 28 cm.
  105. 1965, 9 Nov.: [Triem], Eve, 1902- , Seattle to Jacques [Broughton]. Expresses joy at birth of his son; thanks him for sending poems and announcements; mentions Raymond Roseliep; has been photographed by Mary Randlett. Typed Letter Signed. 1 p.; 28 cm.
  106. [1965], 24 Nov.: [Adam], Helen, 1909- , [New York City] To [Mr. & Mrs. James Broughton]. Reacts to recording of Broughton reading his work; describes blackout. Autograph Letter Signed. 6 p.; 21.6 cm.
  107. 1965, Nov.: [Brakhage], Stan To James [Broughton]. Thanks him for record and phone call. Autograph Letter Signed. 2 p.; 28 cm.
  108. [1965], 7 Dec.: [Adam], Helen, 1909- , New York City To Suzanna & James [Broughton]. Reacts to picture taken of Orion Broughton on his first day; mentions film Kwaindon. Autograph Letter Signed. 7 p.; 21.5 cm.
  109. 1965, 18 Dec.: M[oholy]-N[agy], [Dorothea Maria Pauline Alice] Sibyl [Pietzsch], New York City To James [Broughton]. Explains why she doesn't like California. Typed Letter Signed. 1 p.; 28.1 cm.
  110. 1965, 31 Dec.: [Maas], Willard and Marie [Menken], Brooklyn, N.Y. To Suzanne and James Broughton, San Francisco. Enjoyed their book; sends new years greetings. Telegram. 1 p.; 14 cm.
  111. 1965, [Dec.]: Adam, Helen, 1909- "For Orion Raphael." Xmas 1965. Autograph Poem Signed. 2 leaves; 27.9 cm. Published as broadside (q Spec Coll PS 3551.D3 F6).
  112. 1965: Broughton, James, 1913- High Kukus. Typed Poems Signed. 23 leaves; 25.7 cm. Poems mounted on board with original drawings by Suzanna Hart. Accompanied by photographic copies and clippings from the San Francisco Chronicle.
  113. [1965]: [Dietz], Norman, New York City To James [Broughton]. Acknowledges receipt of manuscripts. Typed Letter Signed. 1 p.; 21.6 cm.
  114. [1965]: Moore, Marianne, 1887-1972 To Mr. [James] Broughton. Thanks him for sending Tidings; lists poems she likes. Typed Postcard Signed. 1 p.; 8.9 cm.
  115. Undated. [1965]: [Brakhage], Stan To James [Broughton]. Abandons book projects because of lack of scripts sent. Autograph Letter Signed. 2 p.; 28 cm.
  116. Undated. [1965?]: [Krauss], Ruth To Jim [Broughton]. Discusses how she was able to get a book of poems published; encloses list of names and addresses of editors of children's books. Autograph Letter Signed. 4 p.; 28 cm.

Correspondence and Manuscripts, 1966-1968

Box 12
Folder -- Contents

  1. 1966, 2 Jan.: Wilson, Robert, Western Springs, Ill. To Mr. [James] Broughton, San Francisco. Accepts "A Forced Sojourn in Moribundia" for December. Typed Letter Signed. 1 p.; 27.9 cm.
  2. [1966], 3 Jan.: [Adam], Helen, 1909- , New York City To James Broughton]. Thanks him for dedicating Soundings from the Shore to her; describes Christmas Eve party. Autograph Letter Signed. 8 p.; 21.6 cm.
  3. 1966, 3 Jan.: [Brakhage], Stan To James [Broughton]. Thanks him for dedicating book to him; attaches family photos to letter; advises that P. Adams Sitney has taken over "poem filmscripts project." Typed Letter Signed. 1 p.; 28 cm.
  4. 1966, 7 Jan.: [Creeley], Bob [Robert], 1926- , Placitas, New Mexico To James [Broughton]. Thanks him for dedicating poems to him; questions teaching; informs him Walter Chappell is now a neighbor. Typed Letter Signed. 1 p.; 28 cm.
  5. 1966, 13 Jan.: [Broughton, James Richard, 1913- ], To Willy [Estler]. Needs bookings to promote album. Typed Letter (carbon). 1 p.; 27.7 cm.
  6. 1966, 19 Jan.: [Broughton, James Richard, 1913- ], To Mr. [John] Ciardi, New York City. Wonders why there was no mention of Broughton's album in Ciardi's article on "spoken" poets; has asked his publisher to post Ciardi's a copy of Tidings. Typed Letter (carbon). 1 p.; 27.7 cm.
  7. 1966, 20 Jan.: [Osterman], Elizabeth, San Francisco To James [Broughton]. Thanks him for inscribing book. Autograph Letter Signed. 1 p.; 20.3 cm.
  8. 1966, 20 Jan.: [Schevill], Jim, San Francisco To Jim [Broughton], San Francisco. Thanks him for record. Typed Letter Signed. 1 p.; 21.6 cm.
  9. 1966, 25 Jan.: [Epstein], Paul, New Orleans To James [Broughton]. Sends program for forum featuring their songs; has been working in electronic music. Typed Letter Signed. 1 p.; 26.4 cm. Accompanied by program.
  10. 1966, 27 Jan.: [Brewer], B[ill], Alamos, Mexico To James And Suzanna [Broughton], Mill Valley, California. Appreciates Mexican hospitality; updates progress on the house. Typed Letter Signed. 1 p.; 28 cm.
  11. 1966, 31 Jan.: [Brakhage], Stan To James [Broughton]. Notifies him that Stan Phillips' financial situation has prevented release of records. Autograph Letter Signed. 3 p.; 28 cm.
  12. 1966, Jan.: [Triem], Eve, 1902- , To [James Broughton]. Comments on his recording; relates information from letters received from Ludmilla Marjanska and Marianne Moore; discusses Carolyn Kizer and Marion Cummings. Typed Letter Signed. 2 p.; 19 cm.
  13. 1966, 1 Feb.?: [Krauss], Ruth, Rowayton, Conn. To Jim [Broughton]. Thanks him for record; chronicles current productions of her plays; mentions Kathleen Fraser and Russell Edson. Autograph Letter Signed. 2 p.; 27.9 cm.
  14. [1966], 7 Feb.: [Gamow], [Barbara] Perk[ins], To James [Broughton]. Asks him for material to submit to Viking editor; reports death of Pete Collins. Typed Letter Signed. 2 p.; 28 cm.
  15. 1966, 15 Feb.: [Broughton, James Richard, 1913- ], To [Barbara] Perk[ins],"Gamow" . Asks for further suggestions of what to send. Typed letter (copy) l 28 cm.
  16. 1966 , 19 Feb.: [Gamon], [Barbara] Perk[ins] To James [Broughton]. Offers suggestions of what to send to Viking editor. Typed Letter Signed. 1 p.; 28 cm.
  17. 1966, 25 Feb.: [Combs], Tram, 1924- , St. Thomas, Virgin Islands, To James [Broughton]. Discusses various issues of Broughton's books. Typed Letter Signed. 1 p.; 27.9 cm.
  18. 1966, 25 Feb.: [Tipps], Bob, Cambridge, Mass. To James [Broughton]. Asks to send copies of The Water Circle to local bookstore; requests catalog of his films; mentions friends. Typed Letter Signed. 3 p.; 28 cm.
  19. [1966, Feb.]: [Triem], Eve, 1902- , To [James Broughton]. Describes husband's first plane trip; received check from National Institute of Arts and Letters; has been praying for Bishop Pike's family; had tea with Elizabeth Bishop. Typed Card Signed. 2 p.; 7.6 cm.
  20. 1966, 4 Mar.: [Broughton, James Richard, 1913- ], To [Barbara] Perk[ins Gamow]. Apologizes for the look of his pasted-up reviews. Typed Letter (carbon). 1 p.; 27.7 cm.
  21. 1966, 8 Mar.: [Broughton, James Richard, 1913- ], To Jonathan [Williams]. Comments on Kenneth Rexroth, his son and Genoa. Typed Letter (carbon). 1 p.; 27.7 cm.
  22. 1966, 9 Mar.: [Gamow], [Barbara] Perk[ins] To James [Broughton]. Sent material to Viking. Typed Letter Signed. 1 p.; 28 cm. Accompanied by Typed Letter (carbon). 1 p.; 27.9 cm. from Gamow to Beatrice Rosenfeld.
  23. 1966, 12 Mar.: [Gamow], [Barbara] Poik To James [Broughton]. Sends him a check. Typed Letter Signed. 1 p.; 28 cm.
  24. 1966, 12 Mar: [Triem], Eve, 1902- , Seattle To [James Broughton]. Responds to Tidings; reports Elizabeth Bishop's hospitalization. Typed Letter Signed. 1 p.; 28 cm.
  25. 1966, 15 Mar.: [Gamow, Barbara Perkins Bueno] To James [Broughton]. Thanks him for his latest work. Typed Letter Signed. 1 p.; 27.9 cm.
  26. 1966, 15 Mar.: [Tipps], Bob, Cambridge, Mass. To James [Broughton], San Francisco. Reacts to his album; suggests local outlets. Typed Letter Signed. 2 p.; 27.9 cm.
  27. 1966, 16 Mar.: [Broughton, James Richard, 1913- ], to Stan [Brakhage]. Reacts to his response to Tidings; comments on Robert Creeley, Denise Levertov, Robert Duncan and Jess. Typed Letter (carbon). 1 p.; 27.7 cm.
  28. 1966, 21 Mar.: [Gamow], [Barbara] Perk[ins] To the Broughtons. Suggests nothing be said about her gift if she should die; mentions visit from the Brakhages. Typed Letter Signed. 2 p.; 28 cm.
  29. 1966, 25 March: [Malanga], Gerard, 1943- , New York City To James [Broughton]. Requests poems of his for issue of Instransit he's guest editing with Andy Warhol. Typed Letter Signed. 1 p.; 28 cm.
  30. 1966, Mar. [Brakhage], Stan To James [Broughton]. Comments on Tidings with allusions to Christian Morgenstern and Jung; relates phone message from Willard Maas. Typed Letter Signed. 3 p.; 27.9 cm.
  31. [1966, Mar?]: [Triem], Eve, 1902- , Seattle To Jacques [Broughton]. Sends him copy of article about her; informs him she's picked a poem of his for issue of Poetry Pilot. Typed Card Signed. 2 p.; 7.6 cm. Accompanied by snapshot of herself and "One Man's Pilgrimage," Typed Manuscript Signed. 1 p.; 28 cm.
  32. [1966?], 12 April: [Adam], Helen, 1909- , [New York City] To James [Broughton]. Describes new apartment, problems with a producer. Autograph Letter Signed. 8 p.; 21.7 cm.
  33. 1966, 22 April: [Gamow], [Barbara] P[erkins] To James [Broughton]. Suggests contacts. Autograph Letter Signed. 3 p.; 28 cm.
  34. 1966, [23 April]: [Gamow], [Barbara] Perk[ins] To James [Broughton]. Asks for "The Bard and the Harper" leaflets. Typed Letter Signed. 1 p.; 27.9 cm. Accompanied by Typed Letter (carbon). 1 p.; 27.8 cm. from Gamow to Beatrice Rosenfeld.
  35. 1966, 26 April: Chaikin, Miriam, New York City To Mr. [James] Broughton, San Francisco. Sends request from NBC for broadcast rights for "The Last Word." Typed Letter Signed. 1 p.; 27.9 cm. Accompanied by Typed Letter Signed. 1 p; 27.9 cm. from Edward L. Steckler to Miriam Chaikin.
  36. 1966, 28 April: Broughton, James, 1913- , To Miss [Miriam] Chaikin, New York City. Responds to NBC request. Typed Letter (carbon). 1 p.; 27.7 cm.
  37. 1966, 30 April: [Gamow], [Barbara] Perk[ins] To James [Broughton]. Responds to having informed him of Viking's disinterest; suggests San Francisco possibilities. Typed Letter Signed. 2 p.; 25.4 cm.
  38. 1966, 30 April: [Malanga], Gerard, 1943- , New York City To James [Broughton]. Accepts poems; informs him the Italian anthology won't be published. Autograph Letter Signed. 1 p.; 23.2 cm.
  39. [1966], 9 May: [Adam], Helen, 1909- , [New York City] To James & Suzanna [Broughton]. Comments on Edward Albee's Malcolm; quotes from Egyptian mythology. Autograph Letter Signed. 7 p.; 21.5 cm.
  40. 1966, 15 May: Duncan, Robert Edward, 1919- "First Father of roaring sons." Autograph Manuscript. 4 p.; 21.6 cm. Decorated manuscript sewn into hand-made binding.
  41. 1966, 24 May: [Gamow], [Barbara] Perk[ins] To James [Broughton]. Suggests he contact Stanford about a job; invites him to visit. Typed Letter Signed. 1 p.; 28 cm.
  42. 1966, 25 May: [Broughton, James Richard, 1913- ], To Stan [Brakhage]. Asks about item saying he'll be at the University of Boulder. Typed Letter (carbon) 1 p.; 27.7 cm.
  43. 1966, 30 May: [Gamow], [Barbara] Perk[ins] To James [Broughton]. Details negotiations with Stan Brakhage and others to bring Broughton for a visit. Typed Letter Signed. 2 p.; 27.9 cm.
  44. 1966, 31 May: [Gamow], [Barbara] Perk[ins] To James [Broughton]. Seeks advice in responding to Viking vice president; reports her husband will attend White House reception. Typed Letter Signed. 1 p.; 28 cm. Accompanied by copy of Marshall Best's letter.
  45. 1966, 3 June: [Macauley], Cameron To James [Broughton]. Sends a student paper on "The Water Circle". Autograph Letter Signed. 1 p.; 21.5 cm.
  46. 1966, 6 June: [Broughton, James Richard, 1913- ], To [Barbara] Perk[ins Gamow]. Advises her to send copies of his books to Viking. Typed Letter (carbon). 1 p.; 27.7 cm.
  47. 1966, 6 June: [Dietz], Norman, New York City To James [Broughton]. Has performed "The Last Word"; likes one of Broughton's sketches. Typed Letter Signed. 1 p.; 21.6 cm.
  48. 1966, 9 June: [Gamow], [Barbara] Perk[ins] To James [Broughton]. Sends copy of letter to Viking vice president; hasn't heard from university's English department; reports husband isn't well. Typed Letter Signed. 1 p.; 28 cm. Accompanied by Typed Letter (carbon). 1 p.; 27.9 cm. from Gamow to Marshall Best.
  49. 1966, 11 June: [Triem], Eve, 1902- , Seattle To Jacques [Broughton]. Comments on Helen Adam's ballad for his son; wishes she could see more of his family; is pleased he and Robert Duncan "are friends again"; introduced his work to Jason Miller; reflects on Robert Wallace's review of her book; mentions Ted Weiss' Shakespeare lectures. Typed Letter Signed. 3 p.; 22.7 cm.
  50. 1966, 24 June: [Gamow], [Barbara] Perk[ins] To James [Broughton]. Sends Viking reply; still hopes things will work with the company. Typed Letter Signed. 1 p.; 28 cm. Accompanied by Typed Letter Signed. 1 p.; 27.9 cm. from Marshall Best to Gamow.
  51. [1966], 20 July: [Adam], Helen, 1909- , New York City To Suzanna & James [Broughton]. Writes about Al Carmines and Bob Kacchey. Autograph Letter Signed. 10 p.; 21.5 cm.
  52. 1966, 23 July: Crossley, Winnifield Moffett, Seattle To James Broughton. Has just been introduced to his poetry by Eve Triem and asks how she can get copies. Autograph Card Signed. 2 p.; 10.2 cm.
  53. 1966, 25 July: [Triem], Eve, 1902- , To Jaime [Broughton]. Asks him to send Winnifield Crossley information about his books and records; relates news of Denise Levertov and May Swenson. Typed Card Signed. 2 p.; 7.6 cm.
  54. 1966, 2 Aug.: [McLain], Kevin To Jim [Broughton]. Quotes from Wally Foote's letter about Tidings. Typed Letter Signed. 1 p.; 27.9 cm.
  55. [1966?], 17 Oct.: [Gamow], [Barbara], Perk [ins] To James [Broughton]. Expresses concern about his juveniles; advises him her husband's finishing a book; hopes to meet his family. Typed Letter Signed. 1 p.; 28 cm.
  56. 1966, 8 Nov.: [Triem], Eve, 1902- , Seattle To Jacques [Broughton]. Suggests he contact Winnifred Crossley about his children's books; describes her first operation; discusses her husband's "new phase"; recalls her son's doll. Typed Letter Signed. 2 p.; 23.8 cm.
  57. [1966], 10 Dec.: [Adam], Helen, 1909- , [New York City] To Suzanna & James [Broughton]. Recalls childhood in Scotland; discusses Al Carmines' method of composition; writes about job as messenger for a jeweler. Autograph Letter Signed. 13 p.; 20.2 cm.
  58. 1966, 15 Dec.: [Broughton, James Richard, 1913- ], To [Stan Brakhage]. Sold house; comments on Peter Kubelka's visit; working on children's books. Typed Letter (carbon). 1 p.; 27.7 cm.
  59. 1966, Dec.: [Brakhage], Stan To James [Broughton]. Reacts to pictures of Broughton's children; hopes to interest Experimental Cinema Group in him; quotes Michael McClure; has received a Ford Foundation grant; finished "23rd Psalm Branch." Autograph Letter Signed. 6 p.; 28 cm.
  60. 1966, Dec.: [Triem], Eve, 1902- , Seattle To Jaime [Broughton]. Asks him if he knew that E.E. Cummings and Jean Cocteau were friends; has received letters from Marianne Moore, Denise Levertov, and Hortense Calisher. Typed Letter Signed. 1 p.; 27.9 cm.
  61. [1966]: [Gamow], [Barbara] Perk[ins] To James [Broughton]. Offers to give him $1000. Autograph Letter Signed. 2 p.; 28 cm.
  62. [1966]: [Gamow], [Barbara] Perk[ins] To J[ames Broughton]. Sends carbon of letter from Anne Greet Cushing which she forwarded to Beatrice Rosenfeld. Autograph Letter Signed. 1 p.; 27.9 cm.
  63. Undated. [1966?]: [Krauss], Ruth To Jime [Broughton]. Discusses Russell Edson and Thing Press. Autograph Letter Signed. 1 p.; 27.9 cm.
  64. [1966?]: Broughton, James, 1913- Gods and little fishes; hosannas, homilies, a horse plays; a book of serious nonsense. Typed Manuscript 53 p.; 27.9 cm. Collection of poems and plays in orange binder.
  65. 1966-67: D[uncan], R[obert], 1919- We heard it as a cry] A Manuscript Signed. 1 p.; 24 cm.; Cu. Christmas card.
  66. 1967, 2 Jan.: [Smith], Deborah, Kobe, Japan To James [Broughton], Mill Valley, Cal. Finds her visit providing "insight"; sends him new year's greetings. Autograph Card Signed. 1 p.; 14.3 cm.
  67. [1967, Jan.]: [Adam], Helen, 1909- , [New York City]. To James and Suzanna [Broughton]. Encloses Michael Smith's review of "San Francisco's Burning" and discusses critics. Autograph Letter Signed. 5 p.; 17.8 cm.
  68. [1967], Jan.: [Adam], Helen, 1909- , [New York City] To James and Suzanna [Broughton]. Describes opening of "San Francisco's Burning!] Autograph Letter Signed. 12 p.; 17.8 cm.
  69. 1967, 14 Feb. [Broughton, James, Mill Valley, Cal. To Mr. [William], Ball, San Francisco. Transmits his excitement over the American Conservatory Theatre; offers to collaborate with them. Typed Letter (carbon). 1 p.; 27.9 cm.
  70. 1967, 16 Feb.: [Broughton, James Richard, 1913- ], To [Stan Brakhage]. Thanks him for visit; discusses teaching; reacts to "23rd Psalm Branch"; reflects on war. Typed Letter (carbon). 1 p.; 27.9 cm.
  71. 1967, 19 Feb.: [Moore], Marianne, 1887-1972 To James [Broughton]. Thanks him for his review but feels he over-estimated her. Typed Letter Signed. 1 p.; 21.6 cm.
  72. 1967, 22 Feb.: Hill, Harry, Jr., Los Angeles. To Mr. [James] Broughton. Appreciates his allowing half of the records to be returned; hopes to meet him. Typed Letter Signed. 1 p.; 27.8 cm.
  73. 1967, 28 Feb.: Hugo, Marie, Mountain View, Cal. To James [Broughton]. Has heard him read and seen his films but wonders what they mean; was his high school Spanish teacher. Typed Letter Signed. 1p.; 28 cm.
  74. 1967, 1 Mar.: [Thomas], Bill To James Broughton. Explains idea to distribute tapes; hopes to interest Ken Kesey; filming "Footfeed" in appreciation of Andy Warhol and Gerard Malanga; wants Gary Snyder and Philip Whaler to be in "The Western." Typed Letter Signed. 2 p.; 28 cm.
  75. 1967, 6 Mar.: Brilliant, Alan, Santa Barbara, Cal. To Mr. [James] Broughton, Mill Valley, Cal. Comments on Madeline Gleason; discusses Unicorn Press; would like to have copy of his book. Typed Letter Signed. 1 p.; 28 cm.
  76. 1967, 9 Mar.: [Brakhage], Stan, Rollinsville, Colo. To James [Broughton], Mill Valley, Cal. Comments on Time article. Typed Postcard Signed. 1 p.; 8.3 cm.
  77. 1967, 15 Mar.: [Williams], Jonathan, Roswell, N.M. To James [Broughton]. Offers opinions of Edward Dalhberg and other contemporaries; hopes to get Broughton a spot at the Aspen Institute. Typed Letter Signed. 1 p.; 27.9 cm.
  78. 1967, 24 Mar.: [Broughton, James Richard, 1913- ], Mill Valley, Cal. To Jonathan [Williams]. Announces he has replaced James Schevill as poetry reviewer for the Chronicle; discusses publishing and teaching; hopes to come to Aspen. Typed Letter (carbon). 2 p.; 27.9 cm.
  79. [1967?], 27 Mar.: [Adam], Helen, 1909- , [New York City] To James [Broughton]. Discusses The Playground and Judson Theatre projects. Autograph Letter Signed. 8 p.; 21.5 cm.
  80. 1967, 31 Mar.: [Triem], Eve, 1902- , Seattle To James [Broughton]. Describes husband's illness; reacts to poems sent by Denise Levertov and to seeing a picture of Alfred Chester. Typed Letter Signed. 1 p.; 27.9 cm.
  81. 1967, 15 April: [Gleason], Madeline To James [Broughton]. Feels his review the best she's ever had. Autograph Letter Signed. 2 p.; 17.1 cm.
  82. 1967, 20 April: [Williams, Jonathan], Aspen, Colo. To [James Broughton]. Sends copy of letter suggesting him as a resource guest at Aspen Institute. Typed Letter Signed. 1 p.; 21.6 cm. Accompanied by copy of Williams' 20 April 1967 letter to King Woodward. Typed Letter Signed (xerox) 1 p.; 27.9 cm.
  83. 1967, 24 April: [Broughton, James Richard, 1913 ], Mill Valley, Cal. To Jonathan [Williams]. Hopes to join him at Aspen; observes Haight-Ashbury, the peace movement and Robert Duncan. Typed Letter (carbon). 1 p.; 27.9 cm.
  84. 1967, 28 April: [Williams], Jonathan, Aspen, Colo. To [James Broughton]. Invites 125 artists to submit statements for a festschrift honoring Edward Dahlberg .Form Letter Signed. 2 p.; 27.8 cm.
  85. 1967, 12 May: [Williams], Jonathan, Aspen, Colo. To James [Broughton]. Invites friends to send suggestions for poems to include in an anthology he hopes to edit. Form Letter Signed. 2 p.; 27.9 cm.
  86. 1967, 3 June: [Broughton, James Richard, 1913- ], Mill Valley, Cal. To Jonathan [Williams]. Encloses piece for Edward Dahlbert festschrift. Typed Letter (carbon. 1 p.; 27.9 cm. Accompanied by carbon of manuscript of Broughton's "Notes Found in the Margins of Dahlberg's Books." 1 p.; 28 cm.
  87. 1967, 9 June: [Williams], Jonathan, Aspen, Colo. To [James Broughton]. Thanks him for contribution to festschrift; informs him he won't be invited to the Institute but asks him to come to Aspen anyway. Typed Letter Signed. 1 p.; 27.9 cm.
  88. 1967, 20 June: [Broughton, James Richard, 1913- ], Mill Valley, Cal. To Bill [Thomas]. Discusses Look Book; mentions he sent some of the stats to Gerard Malanga who never returned them. Typed Letter (carbon). 1 p. 27.9 cm.
  89. 1967, 22 June: [Thomas], Bill To James [Broughton]. Looks forward to doing his book; discusses "business' aspects of its publication. Typed Letter Signed. 2 p.; 17.1 cm.
  90. 1967, 5 July: Broughton, James, 1913- , Mill Valley, Cal. To Bill [Thomas]. Sends sample of works for book; makes suggestions for publishing. Typed Letter (carbon). 1 p. ; 27.9 cm.
  91. 1967, 17 July: [Broughton], James, 1913- , Mill Valley, Cal. To Bill [Thomas]. Thanks him for sending Toad books; promises to forward layouts. Typed Letter (carbon). Signed. 1 p.; 27.9 cm.
  92. 1967, 21 July: [Triem], Eve, 1902- , To Jacques [Broughton]. Had reading in Wisconsin; signed contract for chapbook on E.E. Cummings; enjoys "giving things." Typed Card Signed. 2 p.; 7.6 cm.
  93. 1967, July: [Brakhage], Stan To James [Broughton], Regrets he won't be coming to Colorado; is happy he's filming again. Typed Letter Signed. 1 p.; 15.2 cm.
  94. 1967, 14 Aug.: [Thomas], Bill To James [Broughton]. Discusses problems with negatives for book. Autograph Letter Signed. 1 p.; 21.6 cm.
  95. 1967, 31 Aug.: [Williams], Jonathan, Aspen, Colo. To [James Broughton]. Asks him to begin putting a book of poems together; reports Stan Brakhage visited. Typed Letter Signed. 1 p.; 27.8 cm.
  96. 1967, 1 Sept.: [Thomas], Bill To James [Broughton]. Discusses type and artwork for book. Typed Letter. 1 p.; 27.9 cm.
  97. 1967, 18 Sept.: [Broughton, James Richard, 1913- ], Mill Valley, Cal. To Bill [Thomas]. Sends drawings for Look In Look Out. Typed Letter (carbon). 1 p.; 27.9 cm.
  98. 1967, 21 Sept.: [Thomas], Bill to James [Broughton]. Discusses production aspects on book; mentions Bruce Baille. Autograph Letter Signed. 1 p.; 26.6 cm.
  99. 1967, 23 Sept.: [Broughton, James Richard, 1913- ], Mill Valley, Cal. To [Jonathan Williams]. Gives dates for possible reading; excited that Williams wants to publish his book. Typed Letter (carbon). 1 p.; 27.9 cm.
  100. 1967, 9 Nov.: [Broughton, James Richard, 1913- ], Mill Valley, Cal. To Stan [Brakhage]. Finished "The Bed"; confides that his friendship was responsible for Broughton filming again; would like to see them when he visits Jonathan Williams. Typed Letter (carbon). 1 p.; 27.8 cm.
  101. 1967, 11 Nov.: Ball, William, 1931- , San Francisco To Mr. [James] Broughton, Mill Valley, Cal. Explains why he couldn't attend play; suggests he send "Nicklewood." Typed Letter Signed. 1 p.; 27.8 cm.
  102. 1967, 30 Nov.: [Broughton, James Richard, 1913- ] To Jonathan [Williams]. Thanks him for hospitality; informs him Alan Watts will write introduction to High Kukus; discusses reaction to his play.
  103. 1967, 5 Dec.: [Broughton, James Richard, 1913- ], Mill Valley, Cal. To [Pauline Kael]. Informs her of his new film The Bed; hopes for foundation support. Typed Letter (carbon). 1 p.; 27.9 cm.
  104. 1967, 7 Dec.: Broughton, James, 1913- , To Amos [Bogel], New York City. Has completed The Bed; seeks his advice about festivals. Typed Letter (carbon) 1 p.; 27.8 cm.
  105. [1967, 10 Dec.]: [Osterman], Elizabeth To James [Broughton]. Blesses him for expressing himself in three different art forms. Autograph Letter Signed. 1 p.; 28 cm.
  106. 1967, 12 Dec.: [Vogel], Amos, New York City To James [Broughton], Mill Valley, Cal. Will send his opinions of The Bed and the festival. Typed Letter Signed. 1 p.; 26.6 cm.
  107. 1967, 17 Dec.: [Triem], Eve, 1902- , Seattle To Jaime [Broughton]. Has received National Endowment grant. Typed Letter Signed. 1 p.; 27.9 cm.
  108. [1967], 28 Dec.: [Adam], Helen, 1909- , [New York City] To James [Broughton]. Discusses working on a play; meets a clairvoyant; sees The Beard. Autograph Letter Signed. 8 p.; 21.5 cm.
  109. 1967, Dec.: [Brakhage], Stan To James [Broughton]. Notes visits of Gregory Markopoulos; comments on The Bed. Typed Letter Signed. 1 p.; 27.9 cm.
  110. Undated. [1967]: [Thomas], Bill To James [Broughton]. Discusses format of his book, reception of The Western. Autograph Signed. 2 p.; 16.6 cm.
  111. Undated. [1967]: [Thomas], Bill To James Broughton. Accepts book; suggests it be in the Intransit series Autograph Letter Signed. 2 p.; 21.6 cm.
  112. Undated. [1967]: [Thomas], Bill To James [Broughton]. Working on Andy Warhol-Gerard Malanga issue of Intransit; encloses list of ideas for magazines, films, and books. Typed Letter Signed. 3 p.; 28 cm.
  113. Undated. [1967]: Thomas, Bill, Eugene, Ore. To James Broughton. Asks if he's decided to do a tape for a series to include Ken Kesey and James Koller. Typed Letter. 1 p.; 28 cm.
  114. Undated. [1967]: [Thomas], Bill To James Broughton. Plans trip to Bay Area; wishes to talk to Broughton aboutLook Book; suggests he appear in The Western. Typed Letter Signed. 1 p.; 22.6 cm.
  115. Undated. [1967]: [Triem], Eve, 1902- , To Jacques [Broughton]. Discusses husband's health and its affect on her writing. Typed Card Signed. 2 p.; 7.6 cm.
  116. 1968, 1 Jan.: [Williams, Jonathan] To [James Broughton]. Passes information about Ezra Pound; proposes schedule for visit; discusses Kenneth Patchen. Typed Letter Signed. 1 p.; 27.7 cm.
  117. 1968, 3 Jan.: [Nelson], Robert, Dusseldorf to James [Broughton]. Enjoyed The Bed. Autograph Letter Signed. 1 p.; 27.9 cm.
  118. 1968, 7 Jan.: [Vogel], Amos, New York City To James [Broughton]. Expresses joy about The Bed; comments on the festival. Typed Letter Signed. 1 p.; 26.6 cm. Accompanied by Vogel's "Avant-Garde Film Festival; Nudity and Contemplation," Typed Manuscript. 6 p.; 28 cm.
  119. [1968], 10 Jan.: Broughton, James, 1913- , To Amos [Vogel]. Thanks him for his words about The Bed; agrees to send it to Oberhausen; asks about New York Film Festival. Typed Letter (carbon). 1 p.; 27.8 cm.
  120. [1968], 13 Jan.: [Broughton, James Richard, 1913- ] To Jerome [Hill]. Expresses pleasure in meeting; describes his filmmaking goals; asks if he knows of funding. Typed Letter (carbon). 2 p.; 27.8 cm.
  121. 1968, 22 Jan.: [Vogel], Amos, New York City To James [Broughton], Mill Valley, Cal. Discusses Oberhausen and New York Film Festivals; comments on "low esteem" the film as among some "Avant-guardists." Typed Letter Signed. 1 p.; 27.9 cm.
  122. 1968, 23 Jan. [Hill], Jerome, 1905-1972, Sugar Bowl, Cal. To James [Broughton]. Hopes to see him again; spoke with Stan Brakhage about The Bed; will work at getting him funded; explains why he can't personally fund another filmmaker's work. Autograph Letter Signed. 2 p.; 27.9 cm.
  123. 1968, 29 Jan.: Broughton, James, 1913- , To Amos [Vogel]. Decides to show The Bed at Oberhausen and the New York film critics. (carbon). 1 p.; 27.8 cm.
  124. [1968?, 29 Jan.: [Gamow], [Barbara] Perk[ins] Boulder, Col. To James [Broughton]. Describes travels. Typed Letter Signed. 1 p.; 28 cm.
  125. 1968, Jan.: [Brakhage], Stan To James [Broughton]. Reflects on political climate of the country; is distributing with Film-makers' Co-op and Grove/Cinema 16; comments on Peter Kubelka, Jonas Mekas and Jerome Hill. Typed Letter Signed. 2 p.; 27.9 cm.
  126. 1968, Jan.: [Brakhage], Stan To James [Broughton]. Relays Peter Kubelka's view of a film festival; passes on news of Gregory Markopoulos. Typed Letter Signed. 1 p.; 28 cm.
  127. [1968, Jan.]: [Krauss], Ruth, Rowayton, Conn. To [James and Suzanne Broughton, San Francisco]. Sends season's greetings. Autograph Postcard Signed. 1 p.; 15.2 cm.
  128. 1968, 13 Feb.: [Hill], Jerome, 1905-1972, New York City To James [Broughton]. Notifies him of monthly funding but advises a substantial grant may take time. Autograph Letter Signed. 2 p.; 21.6 cm.
  129. 1968, 16 Feb.: [Broughton, James Richard, 1913- ] To Jerome [Hill]. Thanks him for first monthly check; asks if his plan for large grant should include reference to Jungian archetypes in his work. Typed Letter (carbon). 1 p.; 27.9 cm.
  130. 1968, 1 Mar.: [Broughton, James Richard, 1913- ], To Pauline [Kael]. Discusses censorship problems with The Bed; mentions John Karty; asks if her publisher might be interested in his work; notifies her his work will close the Playhouse Theater. Typed Letter (carbon). 1 p.; 27.9 cm.
  131. 1968, 5 Mar.: [Vogel], Amos, New York City. To Jim [Broughton], Mill Valley. Doesn't object to specific screenings of film. Typed Letter Signed. 1 p. 27.9 cm.
  132. 1968, 10 Mar: [Maas], W[illard] To James [Broughton]. Disagrees with Sheldon Renan book; comments on Gregory Markopoulos. Typed Letter Signed. 1 p.; 24.2 cm.
  133. 1968, 23 Mar.: [Hill], Jerome, 1905-1972, New York City To James [Broughton]. Describes procedure fore applying for Avon Foundation grant; discusses Sand Castle. Autograph Letter Signed. 2 p.; 28.1 cm.
  134. [1968?, 25 Mar.]: [Adam], Helen, 1909- , [New York City] To Mr. & Mrs. James Broughton, Mill Valley, Cal. Announces sister's operation and opening of plays by Harry [Kontonkas]. Autograph Postcard Signed. 1 p.; 10.5 cm.
  135. 1968, 28 Mar.: [Broughton, James Richard, 1913- ] To Jerome Hill, New York City. Is preparing his proposal. Typed Letter (carbon). 1 p.; 27.9 cm.
  136. [1968, 29 Mar.]: S[chofill], John, Berkeley, Cal. To Mr. [James] Broughton, Mill Valley, Cal. Invites him to be a judge at film festival. Autograph Postcard Signed. 1 p.; 10.1 cm.
  137. 1968, 4 April: [Broughton, James Richard, 1913- ; To Pauline [Kael]. Asks if she'll read Nicklewoodand suggests producer; requests a letter of recommendation. Typed Letter (carbon). 2 p.; 27.8 cm.
  138. 1968, 4-6 April: [Broughton, James Richard, 1913- ], To Stan [Brakhage]. Produced a final play for the Playhouse; reviews progress of The Bed; mentions Jerome Hill and Peter Kubelka; comments on wife's shop; is working on wedding film. Typed Letter (carbon). 2 p.; 27.8 cm.
  139. 1968, 11 April: Broughton, James, 1913- , To Amos [Vogel], New York City. Expresses pleasure over the prize awarded The Bed at Oberhausen. Typed Letter (carbon). 1 p.; 27.8 cm.
  140. 1968, 11 April: [Broughton, James Richard, 1913- ], To Amos [Vogel]. Requests recommendation for Avon Foundation. Typed Letter (carbon). 1 p.; 27.8 cm.
  141. [1968?], 14 April: [Adam], Helen, 1909- , [New York City] To Suzanna and James [Broughton]. Gives her reaction to The Bed. "...to me James and Cocteau are the two greatest movie makers of all. Autograph Letter Signed. 4 p.; 21.6 cm.
  142. 1968, 19 April: Broughton, James, 1913- , To Amos [Vogel], New York City. Informs him where to send prize money; asks about selling a copy of The Bed. Typed Letter (carbon). 1 p.; 27.8 cm.
  143. [1968?], 22 April: [Adam], Helen, 1909- , [New York City] To James and Suzanna [Broughton]. Discusses working "behind the scenes on Harry Kontokas' Two Camps. Autograph Letter Signed. 9 p.; 21.6 cm.
  144. 1968, April: [Brakhage], Stan To James [Broughton]. Reacts to his editing of Brakhage's wedding footage; will send copy of Window Water Baby Moving; has acquired a goat. Typed Letter Signed. 1 p.; 28 cm.
  145. 1968, April: [Brakhage], Stan To James [Broughton]. Suggests he distribute with Grove. Typed Postcard Signed. 1 p.; 8.2 cm.
  146. 1968, April: Broughton, James Richard, 1913- "What are you doing here, little apple?" Typed Poem. 1 p.; 28 cm. Accompanied by two carbon copies and three pages of notes.
  147. 1968, 3 May: [Smith], Deborah, Kobe, Japan To James [Broughton], Mill Valley, Cal. Describes her personal happiness; will study ceramics; plans to return to California. Autograph Letter Signed. 2 p.; 15 cm.
  148. 1968, 17 May: [McLain], Kevin, San Francisco To Jim [Broughton]. Reacts to The Bed. Typed Letter Signed. 1 p.; 27.9 cm.
  149. 1968, 28 May: [Broughton, James Richard, 1913- ], To Stan [Brakhage]. Asks how Brakhage wishes his credit on wedding film to read. Typed Letter (carbon). 1 p.; 28 cm.;
  150. 1968, 28 May: [Broughton, James Richard, 1913- ] To Pauline [Kael]. Seeks her advice about a distributor for The Bed and producers for his plays. Typed Letter, (carton) 1 p.; 28 cm.
  151. 1968, 28 May: [Broughton, James Richard, 1913- ] To Deborah [Smith]. Enumerates success of The BedTyped 1 p. 28 cm.
  152. 1968, 29 May: Broughton, James, Mill Valley, Cal. To Jonathan [Williams], Aspen,Colo. Inquires about publication of High Kukus and selected poems. Typed Letter (carbon). 1 p.; 27.9 cm.
  153. 1968, 31 May: [Williams], Jonathan, Aspen, Colo. To [James Broughton]. Will publish both High Kukus and Selected Poems; is writing The Plastic Hydrangea People Poems. Typed Letter Signed. 1 p.; 27.7 cm.
  154. 1968, 1 June: [Brakhage], Stan, Rollinsville, Colo. To James [Broughton], Mill Valley, Calif. Suggests his credit for wedding film. Autograph Postcard Signed. 1 p.; 8.2 cm.
  155. 1968, 13 June: [Broughton, James Richard, 1913- ], To Jonathan [Williams], Aspen, Colo. Hopes to get Alan Watts to write introduction to High Kukus; Kenneth Rexroth has agreed to introduce Collected Poems. Typed Letter (carbon). 1 p.; 27.9 cm.
  156. 1968, 15 June: [Williams], Jonathan To [James Broughton]. Notifies him he'll be paid for the Selected Poems. Typed Letter Signed. 1 p.; 13.8 cm.
  157. 1968, 22 June: [Broughton, James Richard, 1913- ], To Pauline [Kael]. Sends copy of Bedlam; is unsure of assigning distribution rights for The Bed; is in debt. Typed Letter (carbon). 1 p.; 28 cm.
  158. 1968, 22 June: [Broughton, James Richard, 1913- ], To Jonathan [Williams]. Comments on High Kukus and Alan Watts' introduction; continues work on Selected Poems. Typed Letter (carbon) 1 p.; 28 cm.
  159. 1968, 27 June: [Broughton, James Richard, 1913- ], To Lawrence [Ferlinghetti]. Asks if he will publish All About It. Typed Letter (carbon). 1 p.; 28 cm.
  160. 1968, 11 July: Broughton, James, 1913- , To Jerome [Hill], New York City. Advises him of difficulties at San Francisco State College which lead to changing grant sponsorship. Typed Letter (carbon). 2 p.; 28 cm.
  161. 1968, 11 July: [Broughton, James Richard, 1913- ], To Jonathan [Williams], Aspen, Colo. Has received no word on receipt of High Kukus; ponders contents of Selected Poems. Typed Letter (carbon). 2 p.; 28 cm.
  162. 1968, 19 July: [Broughton, James Richard, 1913- ], To Stan [Brakhage]. Sends him print of The Bed; explains "strangling mess of redtape" involved in his new grant. Typed Letter (carbon). 1 p.; 28 cm.
  163. [1968], 21 July: [Adam], Helen, 1909- , [New York City] To James [Broughton]. Repeats Robert Duncan's reactions to dinner with Princess Margaret and Lord Snowden; discusses Madeline Gleason's health. Autograph Letter Signed. 5 p.; 20.3 cm.
  164. [1968, 24 July]: [Thomas], Bill, Eugene, Ore. To James [Broughton], Mill Valley, Cal. Mentions Ruth Krauss; supplies new address. Autograph Letter Signed. 2 p.; 15.2 cm.
  165. 1968, 26 July: [Hill], Jerome, 1905-1972, Cassis, France to James [Broughton]. Agrees with change of sponsorships; asks for reactions to recording of music from his film. Autograph Letter Signed 1 p.; 21 cm.
  166. 1968, 28 July: [Maas], Willard To James [Broughton], Mill Valley, Cal. Sebds congratulations. Autograph Postcard Signed. 1 p.; 8.3 cm.
  167. 1968, 10 Aug.: [Brakhage], Stan, Rollinsville, Colo. To James [Broughton], Mill Valley, Cal. Suggests what to do with sound on wedding film. Autograph Postcard Signed. 2 p.; 8.2 cm.
  168. 1968, 15 Aug.: [Broughton, James Richard, 1913- ], To Jerome [Hill]. Asks if Avon Foundation will fund a Jungian film. Typed Letter (carbon). 1 p. 28 cm.
  169. 1968, 19 Aug.: [Williams], Jonathan, Aspen, Colo. To [James Broughton]. Discusses his personal life; suggests issuing High Kukus in a box; inquires about Peter Saul. Typed Letter Signed. 1 p.; 27.8 cm.
  170. [1968?], 20 Aug.: [Adam], Helen, 1909- , [New York City] To James [Broughton]. Discusses readings on the Cape with Harry Kontankas; mentions she has given Playground to Al Carmines to read; writes of version of Salome Kontonkas is writing for her; stories about Michael Smith and Robert Duncan. Autograph Letter Signed. 14 p.; 21.6 cm.
  171. [1968, 22 Aug.]: [Schofill], John, Berkeley, Cal. To Mr. [James] Broughton, Mill Valley, Cal. Asks to rent his own print of "Looney Tom." Typed Card Signed. 1 p.; 10.2 cm.
  172. 1968, 25 Aug.: [Williams], Jonathan, Aspen, Colo. To [James Broughton]. Reflects on lost love; presents proposed publication dates for Broughton's books. Typed Letter Signed. 1 p.; 27.7 cm.
  173. 1968, 26 Aug.: [Broughton, James Richard, 1913- ], To Jonathan [Williams]. Reacts to suggesting High Kukus be boxed comments on William's personal life. Typed Letter (carbon). 1 p.; 28 cm.
  174. 1968, 31 Aug.: [Gamow], [Barbara], Perk[ins] To James [Broughton]. Describes her husband's final illness. Autograph Letter Signed. 3 p.; 9.3 cm. Accompanied by obituary of George Gamow (1904-1968).
  175. [1968], Aug.: [Fraser], Kathleen, San Francisco To James [Broughton]. Has money problems since moving from New York; is learning to drive; asks if he still reviews children's books. Autograph Letter Signed. 2 p.; 22.6 cm.
  176. 1968, 1 Sept.: [Williams], Jonathan To [James Broughton]. Discusses getting patron to sponsor High Kukus; proposes book's design; comments on "domestic life." Typed Letter Signed. 1 p.; 27.7 cm.
  177. 1968, 3 Sept.: [Williams], Jonathan, Austin, Tex. To [James Broughton]. Encloses proposed mock-up of box for High Kukus; discusses his activities. Typed Letter Signed. 1 p.; 27.7 cm. Accompanied by illustration. 1 p.; 35.6 cm.
  178. 1968, 5 Sept.: [Broughton, James Richard, 1913- ], To [Jonathan Williams]. Reacts to ideas about book's design; reports Robert Duncan had dinner with Princess Margaret; provides Walter de la Mare quotation. Typed Letter (carbon). 1 p.; 28 cm.
  179. 5 Sept.: [Vogel], Amos, New York City To James [Broughton]. Sends play date for The Bed at New York Film Festival. Typed Letter Signed. 1 p.; 27.9 cm.
  180. [1968], 11 Sept.: [Gamow], [Barbara] Perk[ins] to James [Broughton]. Looks forward to seeing his film; mentions title (of A Long Undressing?); has been busy with legal matters following husband's death. Autograph Letter Signed. 2 p.; 20 cm.
  181. 1968, 20 Sept.: [Vogel], Amos, New York City To Jim [Broughton], Mill Valley, Cal. Describes reaction to The Bed. Typed Letter Signed. 1 p.; 27.9 cm.
  182. 1968, 27 Sept.: Broughton, James, 1913- , To Paul [Epstein], New Orleans. Requests permission to use his setting of What Are You Doing Here Little Apple? for soundtrack of new film. Typed Letter (carbon). 1 p.; 27.9 cm.
  183. 1968, 27 Sept.: Broughton, James, 1913- , To Amos[Vogel], New York City. Thanks him for his letter; informs him Grove Press has bought film. Typed Letter (carbon). 1 p.; 28 cm.
  184. 1968, 1 Oct.: [Epstein], Paul, New Orleans To James [Broughton]. Gives permission to use song on soundtrack; would like to organize a film festival. Typed Letter Signed. 1 p.; 27.8 cm.
  185. 1968, 2 Oct.: [Broughton], James, 1913- , To Kathleen [Fraser]. Invites her to visit; hopes her book "is doing will"; seeks advice on publishing he children's book. Typed Letter (carbon). 2 p.; 28 cm.
  186. 1968, 4 Oct.: Broughton, James, 1913- , To Paul [Epstein], New Orleans. Suggests booking his films through Grave Press; announces demise of The Playhouse. Typed Letter (carbon) 1 p.; 27.9 cm.
  187. [1968, 5 Oct.]: [Hill], Jerome, 1905-1972. Cassis, France, To James [Broughton], Mill Valley, Cal. Hopes to see him to discuss Jungian film. Autograph Postcard Signed. 1 p.; 10.3 cm.
  188. 1968, 23 Oct.: [Broughton], James To Ruthie [Krauss]. Comments on Bill Thomas and Toad Press; mentions The Bed; has written to Marilyn Marlow. Typed Letter (carbon). 1 p.; 28 cm.
  189. 1968, 24 Oct.: Broughton, James, 1913- , To Jerome [Hill]. Reveals Stan Brakhage's Lovemakingwas inspired by The Bed; discusses Nuptiae; has been setting up an editing workshop. Typed Letter (carbon). 2 p.; 28 cm.
  190. [1968, Oct.]: [Thomas], Bill To James [Broughton]. Accepts All About It; anticipates election. Autograph Letter Signed. 1 p.; 27.9 cm.
  191. 1968, 4 Nov.: [Broughton, James Richard, 1913- ], To Stan [Brakhage]. Working on "Nuptiae"; comments on San Francisco Film Festival and Bruce Baille. Typed Letter (carbon). 1 p.; 28 cm.
  192. 1968, 4 Nov.: Broughton, James, 1913- , To Bill [Thomas]. Wishes All About It to be "a quite small book"; suggests possibilities for What It Is. Typed Letter (carbon). 1 p.; 28 cm.
  193. [1968], 10 Nov.: [Adam], Helen, New York City To James [Broughton]. Finds his book "enchanging"; missed The Bed; hopes film she's in never reaches a wide audience; is appearing in play; is anxious to direct her own play; thanks him for writing to Eddie McCarthy. Autograph Letter Signed. 9 p.; 20.3 cm.
  194. 1968, 12 Nov.: [Triem], Eve, 1902- , Seattle. To [James Broughton]. Must revise E.E. Cummings manuscript. Typed Letter Signed. 1 p.; 28 cm.
  195. 1968, 13 Nov.: [Broughton, James Richard, 1913- ], To Jerome [Hill]. Comments on his music; is collaborating with Eric Bersh; hopes to finish "Nuptiae"; learns first response of Society of Jungian Analysts. Typed Letter. (carbon). 1 p.; 28 cm.
  196. 1968, 20 Nov.: [Broughton, James Richard, 1913- ], To Bill Thomas, Eugene, Ore. Approves format of book; informs him Ruth Krauss mentioned him in her las letter. Typed Letter (carbon). 1 p; 28 cm.
  197. 1968, 22 Nov.: [Adam], Pat, New York City To James [Broughton]. Congratulates him on Look In, Look Out; has new job; doesn't like play her sister is rehearsing. Autograph Letter Signed. 4 p.; 22.7 cm.
  198. 1968, 22 Nov.: [Williams], Jonathan, Chester, Mass. To [James Broughton]. Reports on progress of High Kukus; requests he write letter endorsing Roger Stevens; has met Tom Meyer. Typed Letter Signed. 1 p.; 27.9 cm.
  199. 1968, 27 Nov.: [Broughton, James Richard, 1913- ], To Jonathan [Williams]. Hopes to have copies of High Kukus before Christmas; seeks advice about Selected Poems and a "book of nonsense verses for children"; discusses campus unrest. Typed Letter (carbon). 1 p.; 28 cm.
  200. 1968, 27 Nov.: [Sitney], P. Adams, New York City To James [Broughton]. Wants to list him as an alternate on Anthology Cinema's program committee; requests his choice of top 100 films. Typed Letter Signed. 2 p.; 27.9 cm.
  201. [1968], 29 Nov.: [Baille], Bruce, Fort Bragg, Cal. To James [Broughton]. Hopes to set up a foundation to support a film museum; seeks funds and suggestions; nearing completion of Quick Billy. Typed Letter Signed. 1 p.; 27.9 cm.
  202. [1968, Nov.?]: [Krauss], Ruth, Rowayton, Conn. To James [Broughton]. Thanks him for book; mentions Willard Maas and Bill Thomas. Autograph Letter Signed. 2 p.; 28 cm.
  203. [1968, Nov.]: [Thomas], Bill To James [Broughton]. Discusses binding and art for All About It; encloses poem. Autograph Letter Signed. 2 p.; 28 cm. Accompanied by "On Feeling Splendid," Autograph Manuscript. 1 p.; 28 cm.
  204. [1968, Nov.?]: [Thomas, Bill To James [Broughton]. Discusses publishing his book. Autograph Letter Signed. 1 p.; 19.8 cm.
  205. 1968, 1 Dec.: [Brakhage], Stan To James [Broughton]. Notes his collaboration with Ed Dorn on Gunslinger film didn't work; comments on splicing and editing. Typed Letter Signed. 3 p.; 27.9 cm.
  206. 1968, 1 Dec.: [Broughton, James Richard, 1913- ], To Ruth [Krauss]. Relates displeasure with publishers; asks if she'll look at his children's book; observes situation at San Francisco State College; mentions Willard Maas. Typed Letter (carbon). 1 p.; 28 cm.
  207. 1968, 4 Dec.: [Broughton, James Richard, 1913- ], To Bruce [Baille]. Reacts to having to pick a list of best films but supports Anthology Film Center. Typed Letter (carbon). 1 p.; 28 cm.
  208. 1968, 5 Dec.: [Broughton, James Richard, 1913- ], To P. Adams [Sitney]. Has heard from Bruce Baille; warns against picking "The Best"; suggests concentrating on modern American films. Typed Letter (carbon). 2 p.; 28 cm.
  209. 1968, 9 Dec.: [Sitney], P. Adams, New York City To James [Broughton], Mill Valley, Cal. Outlines history of Anthology Cinema; presents objections to limiting scope to American film; sends list for him to react to; comments on Bruce Baillie's role. Typed Letter Signed. 5 p.; 27.9 cm.
  210. 1968, 10 Dec.: [Williams], Jonathan, Chester, Mass. To [James Broughton]. Comments on Tom Meyer; advises Broughton to send Selected Poems to Kenneth Rexroth and children's book to Dick Higgins. Typed Letter Signed. 1 p.; 20.3 cm.
  211. [1968], 11 Dec.: D[uncan], R[obert], 1919- "A Glimpse." Autograph Manuscript Signed (poem) 1 p.; 28.4 cm. Written on verso of Jess' illustrated translation of "How the Gallowschild Remembers the Names of the Months."
  212. 1968, 13 Dec.: [Krauss], Ruth, Rowayton, Conn. To James [Broughton], Mill Valley, Cal. Conveys willingness to see his children's book; lists friends in San Francisco. Autograph Postcard Signed. 1 p.; 15.2
  213. 1968, 19 Dec.: [Broughton, James Richard, 1931- \, To P. Adams [Sitney]. Returns list with annotations; broods over "the total idea of the Center." Typed Letter (carbon). 1 p.; 28 cm.
  214. 1968, 19 Dec.: [Triem], Eve, 1902- , Seattle To Jacques [Broughton]. Finished revision of E.E. Cummings manuscript; comments on S.T. Hayakawa; hopes to return to California to visit friends. Typed Letter Signed. 1 p.; 28 cm.
  215. 1968, 31 Dec.: [Sitney], P. Adams, New York City To James [Broughton]. Hopes will attend New York meeting; values his input. Typed Letter Signed. 1 p.; 27.9 cm.
  216. [1968]: [Broughton, James Richard, 1913- ] Look In Look Out. Autograph Manuscript. 45 leaves; 30.2 cm. Includes six unpublished drawings. Accompanied by photographic copies. Published by Toad Press, Eugene, Ore. (PS 3503.R759 L66).
  217. [1968?]: [Fenton], Frank, Tiburon, Cal. To James [Broughton]. Comments on Look In Look Out; reports being paralyzed by a stroke; would like to see him. Autograph Letter Signed. 2 p.; 19.6 cm.
  218. [1968?]: [Thomas], Bill To James [Broughton]. Informs him he's taken book to the printer. Autograph Letter Signed. 1 p.; 20.3 cm.
  219. [1968]: [Vogel], Amos, Munich To James [Broughton]. Confirms The Bed will be in New York Film Festival. Autograph Letter Signed. 1 p.; 14.7 cm.
  220. Undated. [1968?]: [Gamow], [Barbara] Perk[ins], Boulder, Col. To James [Broughton]. Announces her husband's illness. Typed Letter Signed. 1 p.; 28 cm.
  221. Undated. [1968?]: [Sitney], P. Adams To James [Broughton]. Sends list of films to consider. Form Letter. 1 p.; 28 cm. Accompanied by copy of list of films Broughton added.

Correspondence and Manuscripts, 1969-1971, Oct.

Box 13
Folder -- Contents

  1. 1969, 1 Jan.: [Krauss], Ruth, Rowayton, Conn. To James [Broughton]. Surveys children's book publishing scene. Typed Letter Signed. 2 p.; 27.9 cm.
  2. 1969, 5 Jan.: Broughton, James, 1913- , To Bruce [Baille]. Is concerned about him as a result of phone call from Stan Brakhage; wishes he would contact Broughton about Anthology Cinema plan. Typed Letter (carbon). 1 p.; 28 cm.
  3. [1969], 5 Jan.: [Broughton, James Richard, 1913- ], To P. Adams [Sitney]. Suggests Anthology Cinema meeting; talked to Stan Brakhage who expressed concern about Bruce Baillie. Typed Letter (carbon). 1 p.; 28 cm.
  4. 1969, 11 Jan.: [Schofill], John, Berkeley,Cal. To Mr. [James] Broughton, Mill Valley, Cal. Must get another print of X Film; asks about old couple for his current film. Typed Letter Signed. 1 p.; 28 cm.
  5. 1969, 15 Jan.: [Williams], Jonathan, Penland, N.C. To [James Broughton]. Asks him to have Peter Saul write. Typed Letter Signed. 1 p.; 20.3 cm.
  6. 1969, 20 Jan.: [Broughton, James Richard, 1913- ], To Ruth [Krauss]. Reflects on her perception of children's book publishing; plans to be in New York while she's in South America. Typed Letter (carbon). 1 p.; 28 cm.
  7. [1960], 22 Jan.: [Braillie], Bruce To [James Broughton]. Lists filmmakers whose work he hopes will be part of Anthology Cinema; hopes to film "Italian Romance." Typed Letter Signed. 1 p.; 27.9 cm.
  8. 1969, 22 Jan.: [Maas], Willard To James [Broughton]. Explains he is able to pay some people working for him because he sold his letters; hopes to make trip to California. Typed Letter Signed. 1 p.; 28 cm.
  9. [1969], 26 Jan.: [Fraser], Kathleen To James [Broughton]. Gives names and addresses of her agent and editor; hopes to see him soon; is teaching a poetry workshop. Autograph Letter Signed. 2 p.; 28 cm.
  10. 1969, 27 Jan.: [Broughton, James Richard, 1913- ], To Kenneth [Rexroth]. Sends him manuscript of A Long Undressing so he can write an introduction; discusses the difficulties of getting published; reveals it's easier to get grants for filmmaking than for writing. Typed Letter (carbon). 2 p.; 28 cm.
  11. 1969, 28 Jan.: [Broughton], James Richard, 1913- ], To [Jonathan Williams]. Has yet to receive copies of High Kukus; is excited about The Long Undressing; seeks "editorial opinion"; is looking into printers. Typed Letter (carbon). 1 p.; 28 cm.
  12. 1969, 29 Jan.: [Schofill], John, Berkeley, Cal. To James [Broughton], Mill Valley, Cal. Thanks him for comments on X Film; would like to be programmer for Art Institute film series. Typed Card Signed. 1 p.; 10.2 cm.
  13. 1969, Jan.: [Brakhage], Stan To James [Broughton]. Discusses coming meeting in New York between themselves and Bruce Baillie. Typed Letter Signed. 1 p.; 27.9 cm.
  14. 1969, 7 Feb.: [Williams], Jonathan To [James Broughton]. Requests copies of Imogen Cunningham's portraits of Broughton; wishes he could be at Williams' birthday party. Typed Letter Signed. 1 p.; 28 cm.
  15. 1969, 9 Feb.: [Broughton, James Richard, 1913- ], To Jonathan [Williams]. Received a copy of Hugh Kukus and "threw the whole thing in the garbage" and "vomited." Typed Letter (carbon). 1 p.; 28 cm.
  16. 1969, 14 Feb.: Broughton, James, 1913- , To Jonathan [Williams], Penland, N.C. Sends Alan Watts' address; hopes Long Undressing "can get rolling soon." Typed Letter (carbon). 1 p.; 28 cm.
  17. 1969, 17 Mar.: [Sitney], P. Adams, New York City To James [Broughton]. Apologizes foroverlooking The Bed; sets next meeting; asks him be diplomatic with young west coast filmmakers. Typed Letter Signed. 1 p.; 27.9 cm.
  18. 1969, 1 April: [Rexroth], Kenneth, 1905- , Santa Barbara, Cal. To James [Broughton]. Explains that he hasn't done introduction because the manuscript just got to him. Autograph Letter Signed. 1 p.; 26.5 cm.
  19. 1969, 20 April: [Broughton, James Richard, 1913- ], To Jerome [Hill]. Disappointed he didn't get grant for Jungian film; inquires about other funding. Typed Letter (carbon). 1 p.; 28 cm.
  20. 1969, 20 April: [Rexroth], Kenneth, 1905- , Santa Barbara, Cal. To James [Broughton]. Sends introduction; comments on University of California, Santa Barbara. Autograph Letter Signed. 1 p.; 26.5 cm.
  21. 1969, 26 April: [Markopoulos], Gregory, Zurich To James [Broughton]. Discusses his recent television and film work; announces his "Financial defeat"; seeks help. Typed Letter Signed. 1 p.; 29.7 cm.
  22. 1969, 20 April: [Gleason], Madeline To James [Broughton]. Thanks him for a poem; feels "bereft of the ability" to write; her painting is "going well." Autograph Letter Signed. 2 p.; 13.5 cm.
  23. [1969], 5 May: [Baillie], Bruce To James [Broughton]. Looking for teaching job; considers possible communal use of film equipment. Typed Letter Signed. 1 p.; 27.9 cm.
  24. 1969, 28 May: Sandner, Don, San Francisco To Mr. [James] Broughton. Was impressed by his film and lecture; encloses fee. Autograph Letter Signed. 2 p.; 21.6 cm.
  25. [1969, 25 June]: [Schofill], John, Medocino, Cal. To James [Broughton], Mill Valley, Cal. Plans a Boughton program for film series at Mendocino Art Center's Experimental Film Institute. Typed Card Signed. 1 p.; 10.2 cm.
  26. 1969, 3 July: Broughton, James, 1913- , To Jonathan [Williams], Penland, N.C. Wonders why he hasn't written and hopes it isn't because Broughton doesn't like the design of High Kukus. Typed Letter (carbon). 1 p.; 28 cm.
  27. 1969, 4 July: [Broughton, James Richard, 1913- ], To Jerome [Hill]. Is finishing work on "The Golden Positions"; asks about support from Avon Foundation; is distressed at Stan Brakhage's behavior. Typed Letter (carbon). 1 p.; 27.9 cm.
  28. 1969, 9 July: [Sitney], P. Adams, New York City To James [Broughton]. Presents list of his films which Anthology Cimema wishes to purchase. Typed Letter Signed. 1 p.; 27.9 cm.
  29. 1969, 24 July: [Hill], Jerome, 1905-1972, Cassis, France To James [Broughton], Mill Valley, Cal. Suggests he try the Avon Foundation again; feels Stan Brakhage should undergo analysis; describes current work. Autograph Postcard Signed. 1 p.; 10.2 cm.
  30. 1969, 28 July: Broughton, James, 1913- , To P. Adams [Sitney], New York City. Thanks him for offering to purchase prints for Anthology Cinema; supplies cost. Typed Letter (carbon). 2 p.; 28 cm.
  31. 1969, 29 July: [Vogel], Amos, New York City To James [Broughton], Mill Valley, Cal. Will generate film projects at Gove Press; suggests he send idea concerning "The Golden Postitions" directly to Barney Rosset. Typed Letter Signed. 1 p.; 28 cm.
  32. 1969, 5 Aug.: [Schwerin], Doris, New York City To James [Broughton], Mill Valley, Cal. Describes conference production of her play. Typed Letter Signed. 2 p.; 28 cm.
  33. 1969, 15 Aug.: [Sitney], P. Adams, New York City To James [Broughton]. Will pay him in monthly installments. Typed Letter Signed. 1 p.; 27.9 cm.
  34. 1969, 15 Aug.: [Broughton, James Richard, 1913 ,] To Jonathan [Williams]. Has discussed Long Undressingwith Andrew Hoyem; asks if he can rewrite Kenneth Rexroth's introduction and change book's title. Typed Letter (carbon). 1 p.; 28 cm.
  35. 1969, 18 Aug.: Broughton, James, 1913- , to P. Adams [Sitney]. Accepts money; is distresses by redistribution of rights to "Pleasure Garden." Typed Letter (carbon). 1 p.; 28 cm.
  36. 1969, 22 Aug.: Broughton, James, 1913- , To P. Adams [Sitney], New York City. Discusses rights problem with "Pleasure Garden" and matters involving other films. Typed Letter (carbon). 1 p.; 28 cm.
  37. 1969, 3 Sept.: Broughton, James To Mr. [Martin] Esslin, London. Sends him radio scripts; thanks him for his "astute observationns" on Bedlam. Typed Letter (carbon). 1 p.; 28 cm.
  38. 1969, 5 Sept.: [Williams], Jonathan, Highlands, N.C. To [James Broughton]. Won't begin A Long Undressing until "I have $3000 in hand"; figures a run of 2000 copies; defends High Kukus; adenigrates Kenneth Rexroth's introduction; suggests Broughton write his own; outlines future Jargon books and travel. Typed Letter Signed. 2 p.; 27.9 cm.
  39. 1969, 9 Sept.: [Esslin, Martin], London To Mr. [James] Brougthon, Mill Valley, Cal. His secretary reports Esslin will contact Broughton upon his return. Typed Letter 1 p.; 20.2 cm.
  40. 1969, 20 Sept.: [Broughton, James Richard, 1913- ], To Jerome [Hill]. Relates news from P. Adams Sitney; discusses "The Golden Positions" for which he seeks completion funds. Typed Letter (carbon). 1 p; 27.9 cm.
  41. 1969, 21 Sept.: [Broughton, James Richard, 1913- ], To Jonathan [Williams]. Offers hope Williams will cope with being 40; discusses contents of A Long Undressing; hopes for large edition; indicates he may sell his papers. Typed Letter (carbon). 2 p.; 28 cm.
  42. 1969, 29 Sept.: Esslin, Martin, London To Mr. [James] Broughton, Mill Valley, Cal. Thanks him for sending Where Helen Lies and The Last Word; gives reasons why they wouldn't work on British radio. Typed Letter Signed. 1 p.; 25.3 cm.
  43. 1969, 2 Oct.: [Schwerin], Jules, New York City To James [Broughton]. Offers suggestions on amplifying a piece of Broughton's for production. Typed Letter Signed. 1 p.; 28 cm.
  44. 1969, 7 Oct.: [Broughton, James Richard, 1913- ], To P. Adams [Sitney]. Asks about money; faced with financial woes. Typed Letter (carbon). 1 p.; 27.9 cm.
  45. 1969, 23 Oct.: [Broughton], James To Jonathan [Williams], Highlands, N.C. Asks that copies of High Kukus be sent to Mr. Chatterji and Alan Watts; is writing introduction to A Long Undressing. Typed Letter (carbon). 1 p.; 27.9 cm.
  46. 1969, 24 Oct.: [Triem],Eve, 1902- , Seattle To Jacques [Broughton]. Expects E.E. Cummings monograph; comments on Marion Cummings' death; mentions Marianne Moore. Typed Letter Signed. 2 p.; 16 cm.
  47. 1969, 31 Oct.: [Broughton, James Richard, 1913- ], To [P. Adams Sitney], New York City. Invoice for xeroxing materials. T.D. (carbon) 1 p.; 28 cm. Accompanied by A.D. of figures, 1 p. 11 cm.
  48. 1969. 2 Nov.: Wilson, Robert, New York City To James Broughton. Asks if he will sign copies of his books; requests distribution of Tidings. Typed Letter Signed. 1 p.; 27 cm.
  49. 1969, 7 Nov.: Broughton, James, 1913- , To Jonas [Mekas], New York City. Congratulates him on being elected musem director; advises about his film. Typed Letter (carbon). 1 p.; 28 cm.
  50. 1969, 7 Nov.: [Broughton, James, 1913- ], To Mr. [Robert] Wilson, New York City. Allows him to send books for signing; suggests finding Tidings at Gotham Book Mart. Typed Letter (carbon). 1 p.; 28 cm.
  51. 1969, 7 Dec.: [Triem], Eve, 1902- , Seattle To Giacomo [Broughton]. Encloses poem for his birthday; relates news from Marianne Moore's letter. Typed Letter Signed. 1 p.; 22.9 cm. Accompanied by "Modigliani's Women." Typed Manuscript Signed. 1 p.; 21.7 cm.
  52. 1969, 7 Dec.: [Mekas], Jonas To James [Broughton]. Notifies him of receipt of Pleasure Garden; inquires about Nuptiae bill. Autograph Letter Signed. 1 p.; 27.9 cm. Appended to "General Report from the General Directory of Anthology Cinema," Typed Document (copy). 2 p.; 27.9 cm.
  53. [1969], 14 Dec.: [Bissinger], Tom To James [Broughton]. Has been doing environmental stagings; tries to keep notebook; doesn't think he'll have large enough cast to stage Bedlam. Autograph Letter Signed. 3 p.; 26.6 cm.
  54. 1969, 15 Dec.: Broughton, James, 1913- , To Jonas [Mekas], New York City. Thanks him for general report; answers Nuptiae inquiry. Typed Letter (carbon). 1 p.; 28 cm.
  55. 1969, 23 Dec.: [Williams], Jonathan, Penland, N.C. To [James Broughton]. Thanks him for contacting Peter Saul; asks about California printers. Typed Letter Signed. 1 p.; 20.3 cm.
  56. 1969, 26 Dec.: Brakhage, Stan To James [Broughton]. Feels Broughton threw away their friendship by voting against Brakhage's re-admittance to the Anthology Cinema; organizing a series of lectures and wants prints of Broughton's films. Typed Letter Signed 2 p.; 27.8 cm.
  57. [1969], 31 Dec.: S[chwerin], D[oris] H. To James [Broughton]. Letter in verse. Typed Letter Signed. 1 p.; 28 cm.
  58. 1969: Broughton, James, 1913- Bedlam. Typed Play (copy). 44[i.e. 50] p.; 28 cm. "A concurrent play in four bedrooms." In yellow binder. Accompanied by ditto copies, dittos and notes.
  59. 1970, 2 Jan.: [Broughton, James Richard, 1913- ], To Stan [Brakhage]. Refutes his personal attack; has warmest feelings toward Brakhage; will send prints of Nuptiae and Mother's Day. Typed Letter (carbon) 1 p.; 27.9 cm.
  60. 1960, 7 Jan.: [Brakhage], Stan To James [Broughton]. Feels relieved to learn his side of story; remains upset by situation but exonerates Broughton. Autograph Letter Signed. 4 p.; 27.8 cm.
  61. 1970, 8 Jan.: Broughton, James, 1913- , To Jonas [Mekas], New York City. Suggests films and categories for committee to consider. Typed Letter (carbon). 1 p.; 28 cm.
  62. 1970, 26 Jan.: [Mekas], Jonas To James [Broughton]. Informs him of progress of Film Museum of New York. Typed Letter Signed. 1 p.; 28 cm.
  63. [1970, Jan.]: [Broughton, James Richard, 1913- ], To [Jonas Mekas]. Suggests films for inclusion. Typed Letter (carbon). 2 p.; 28 cm.
  64. 1970, 1 Feb.: [Williams], Jonathan, Gawthrop, Yorkshire, England To James [Broughton], Mill Valley, Cal. Trying to buy Corn Close; attempting to raise money for A Long Undressing; going to London for a reading and to dine with David Hackney. Typed Letter Signed. 1 p.; 31.4 cm.
  65. 1970, 14 Feb.: [Broughton, James Richard, 1913- ], To Jonathan [Williams], Gawthrop, Yorkshire, England. Congratulates him on Mahler pieces; discusses A Long Undressing and Andrew Hoyem; notifies him of receiving a Guggenheim. Typed Letter (carbon) 1 p.; 27.9 cm.
  66. 1970, 17 Feb.: [Schwerin], Doris To James [Broughton]. Informs him her play is being produced; asks him to send Bedlam to her producer; is beginning another play. Typed Letter Signed. 2 p.; 28 cm.
  67. 1970, 24 Feb.: [Bissinger], Tom, Philadelphia To James [Broughton]. Will think through his ideas about theater during his vacation; plans to go west in summer. Autograph Letter Signed. 2 p.; 28 cm.
  68. 1970, 6 April: [Broughton, James Richard, 1913- ], To Bill [Thomas]. Gives his opinions of layout for All About It. Typed Letter (carbon). 1 p.; 28 cm.
  69. 1970, 7 April: [Brakhage], Stan To James [Broughton]. Thanks him for sending Nuptiae; will send "Songs." Autograph Letter Signed. 2 p.; 26.9, coming
  70. 1970, 10 April: [Brakhage, Stan, Rollinsille, Colo. To James [Broughton]. Will be sending him films ; explores his affinity with Jung; hopes to begin filming agin; discusses lectures for his class. Typed Letter Signed. 1 p.; 28 cm.
  71. [1970, 20 April]: [Thomas], Bill, Eugene, Ore. To James [Broughton], Mill Valley, Cal. Suggests cover stock for book; discusses "Show" in Portland. Typed Postcard Signed. 1 p.; 7.6 cm.
  72. 1970, 27 April: Broughton, James, 1913- , To Amos [Vogel], New York City. Informs him Sidney Peterson now lives in Lenox, Massachusetts; is grateful for his confidence. Typed Letter (carbon). 1 p.; 28 cm.
  73. 1970, 27 April: [Davis], Judy, Menlo Park, Cal. To Jim [Broughton], Mill Valley,Cal. Traces history of his Oz books; tells about her childrend. Autograph Letter Signed. 4 p.; 19.9 cm.
  74. 1970, 30 April: Hayakawa, S[amuel] I. [chiye], 1906- , San Francisco To Mr. [James] Broughton, Mill Valley, Cal. Congratulates him on receiving a Guggenheim Fellowship, Typed Letter Signed. 1 p.; 27.9 cm.
  75. 1970, 4 May: [Broughton, James Richard, 1913- ], To Stan [Brakhage]. Responds to "Songs"; comments on books about filmmakers; finishing The Golden Positions ; depressed "over the implications of the news." Typed Letter (carbon). 1 p.; 28 cm.
  76. 1970, 5 May: Broughton, James [Richard], 1913- , To Dr. [S.I.] Hayakawa, San Francisco. Appreciates receiving his letter but returns it for a signature. Typed Letter (carbon). 1 p.; 28 cm.
  77. 1970, 7 May: Broughton, James, 1913- , To P. Adams [Sitney], New York City. Sends stills; expects answer print of The Golden Positions asks about print of The Bed. Typed Letter (carbon). 1 p.; 28 cm.
  78. 1970, May: [Brakhage], Stan To James [Broughton]. Calls Parker Tyler's book "the best" yet on underground cinema but full of errors; comments on editing of his statements for blurbs. Typed Letter Signed. 1 p.; 28 cm.
  79. 1970, 8 June: [Mekas], Jonas To James [Broughton]. Asks him to intervene in getting print of Sausalito. Typed Letter Signed 1 p.; 28 cm.
  80. 1970, 8 June: [Williams], Jonathan, Dentdale, Yorkshire, England To [James Broughton]. Has received enough money to begin on A Long Undressing; discusses Guggenheims; relates Robert Lowell visited Basil Bunting. Typed Letter Signed. 2 p.; 24 cm.
  81. 1970, 16 June: Broughton, James, 1913- , To Amos [Vogel], New York City. Thanks him for sending Parker Tyler's book; sends him new portrait; asks to be kept informed about any changes in film distribution. Typed Letter (carbon). 1 p.; 27.9 cm.
  82. [1970, 25 June]: [Bissinger], Tom, Philadelphia To James [Broughton], Mill Valley, Cal. Announces end of Theater of Living Arts; hopes to come west. Autograph Postcard Signed. 1 p.; 10.5 cm.
  83. 1970, 1 July: [Vogel], Amos, New York City To James Broughton, Mill Valley,. Cal. Thanks him for letter and stills. Typed Letter Signed Signed. 1 p.; 28 cm.
  84. 1970, 5 July: [Cunningham], Imogene, 1883-1976, San Francisco. Regrets increased cost and prints; announces discovery of a nume photo of her ex-husband of a nude photo of her ex-husband. Typed Letter Signature. 1 p.; 18.4 cm.
  85. 1970, 19 July: [Cunningham], Imogen, 1883-1976, San Francisco To J[ames] and S[uzanna] B[roughton]. Accepts invitation to a preview. Typed Postcard Signed. 1 p.; 9.2 cm.
  86. 1970, 19 July: [Williams], Jonathan, Dentdale, Yorkshire, England To James [Broughton]. Restoring Corn Close; announces coming of Jargon titles; waiting for Jonathan Greene's visit. Typed Letter Signed. 1 p.; 25.4 cm.
  87. 1970, July: [Triem], Eve, 1902- , To Jacques [Broughton]. Learns of his Guggenheim; mentions Jean Garrigne. Typed Card Signed. 2 p.; 7.6 cm.
  88. 1970, 11 Aug.: Broughton, James, 1913- , To Jonas [Mekas], New York City. Discusses The Golden Positions; requests meeting dates. Typed Letter (carbon). 1 p.; 28 cm.
  89. 1970, 3 Aug.: Broughton, James, 1913- , To Sand [Mackendrick], Los Angeles. Ask about possible showing of California Institute of the Arts; wants Morton Subotnick to score his new film. Typed Letter (carbon). 1 p.; 28 cm.
  90. 1970, 29 Sept.: [Mackendrick], Sandy, 1912- , Los Angeles To James [Broughton], Mill Valley, Cal. Lists California Institute of the Arts faculty; states school's objectives regarding film history. Typed Letter Signed. 2 p.; 27.9 cm.
  91. 1970, Sept.: [Brakhage], Stan To James [Broughton]. Describes suicide attempt and his emotional reaction to refusals of payment for film use by institutions. Autograph Letter Signed. 2 p.; 27.9 cm.
  92. 1970, 1 Nov.: Eshelman, Clayton, 1935- , [Sherman Oaks, Cal.] To James [Broughton]. Notifies him in which issues of Caterpillar Stan Brakhage's lectures appear. Typed Letter Signed. 1 p.; 27.9 cm.
  93. 1970, 2 Nov.: Broughton, James, 1913- To Mr. [Michael] Hoffman, New York City. Introduces himself; feels Andrew Hoyem's design for A Long Undressing is "very handsome and readable"; asks when it will reach publication. Typed Letter (carbon). 1 p.; 28 cm.
  94. 1970, 5 Nov.: Broughton, James, 1913- , To Sandy [Mackendrick], Los Angeles. Would like to become involved in a film school in which the other arts are integral. Typed Letter (carbon). 1 p.; 28 cm.
  95. 1970, 5 Nov.: Broughton, James, 1913- , To Amos [Vogel], New York City. Is distressed at changes of policy at Grove Press; seeks clarification. Typed Letter (carbon). 1 p.; 28 cm.
  96. 1970, 6 Nov.: Hoffman, Michael, New York City To Mr. [James] Broughton, Mill Valley, Cal. Has received proof of A Long Undressing from Andrew Hoyem; advises him JonathanWilliams will determine book's publication date. Typed Letter Signed. 1 p.; 28 cm.
  97. 1970, 8 Nov.: [Triem], Eve, 1902- Seattle To Jacques [Broughton]. Thanks him for sending poems for her birthday; asks about Alan Watts and Helen Adam; hopes to publish a Selected Poems; mentions friends. Typed Letter Signed. 1 p.; 28 cm.
  98. 1970, 9 Nov.: [Broughton, James Richard, 1913- ], To Stan Brakhage. Has been unable to get copies of lectures; responds to his new film;s working on "my own version of the Jungian hero adventure"; corrected galleys for Collected Poems; reacts to Brakhage's personal problems. Typed Letter (carbon). 1 p.; 27.9 cm.
  99. 1970, 17 Nov.: Broughton, James To Jonathan [Williams], Highlands, N.C. Encloses jacket blurb and galleys of the foreword; requests ink sample. Typed Letter (carbon). 1 p.; 28 cm.
  100. 1970, 26 Nov.: [Cunningham], Imogen, 1883-1976, San Francisco To James [Broughton]. Gives permission for the Jargon Society to use her portrait of Broughton. Typed Letter Signed. 1 p.; 15.9 cm.
  101. 1970, 8 Dec.: Bartlett, Scott, San Francisco To Lowell Pickett, San Francisco. Discusses distribution. Typed Letter. 1 p.; 28 cm. Note to James [Broughton] typed at end of letter.
  102. 1970, 8 Dec.: [Broughton], James, 1913- , To P. Adams [Sitney], New York City. Asks about the opening; requests meeting dates. Typed Letter (carbon). 1 p.; 28 cm.
  103. 1970, 8 Dec.: [Broughton], James, 1913- , To Jonathan [Williams], Highlands, N.C. Hopes to hear about book; notifies him The Golden Positions won first prize at the International Erotic Film Festival. Typed Letter (carbon). 1 p.; 28 cm.
  104. 1970, 12 Dec.: Bartlett, Scott To Lowell [Pickett], San Francisco. Plans to distribute Lovemaking through Canyon Cinema Co-op; will "follow the development" of the Erotic Film Festival package. Typed Letter (carbon). 1 p.; 27.6 cm.
  105. 1970, 13 Dec.: [Broughton, James Richard, 1913- ], To Jerome [Hill]. Is sorry he couldn't attend Anthology opening; questions his role on committee; discusses The Golden Positions; credits Hill's trust as "the prime source of my renewed activity in the art of film." Typed Letter (carbon). 1 p.; 28 cm.
  106. 1970, 28 Dec.: [Broughton, James Richard, 1913- ], To Jonas [Mekas], New York City. Asks for news of Anthology opening; proposses he resign from Selection Committee. Typed Letter (carbon). 1 p.; 28 cm.
  107. 1970, 29 Dec.: [Triem, Eve, 1902- ], To Jaime [Broughton]. Asks for peace. Typed Letter Signed. 1 p.; 12.6 cm.
  108. 1970: Broughton, James, 1913- A Long Undressing; collected poems 1949-1969. Typed Manuscript. 205 p.; 28 cm. In binder. Published by Jargon Society (Spec Coll PS3503 .R759L6). Accompanied by copies of Kenneth Rexroth's introduction, Broughton's foreword and blurbs.
  109. [1970]: Epstein, Paul Fellowship application. Typed Document (carbon). 5 p.; 28 cm. Pages 2-6 of the composer's proposal.
  110. [1970?]: [Fenton], Frank, Santa Rosa, Cal. To James [Broughton]. Believes it's too early for him to publish his collected poems. Autograph Letter Signed. 2 p.; 19.4 cm.
  111. Undated. [1970]: [Thomas], Bill To James [Broughton]. Announces Carol Slater will be doing art for Broughton's book. Autograph Letter signed. 1 p.; 20.3 cm.
  112. Undated. [1970]: [Thomas], Bill To James [Broughton]. Reading proofs; sends greetings. Autograph Letter Signed. 1 p.: 21.6 cm.
  113. Undated. [1970]: [Thomas], Bill To James [Broughton]. Sends art for book with further comments. Autograph Letter Signed. 2 p.; 21.6 cm.
  114. 1971, 1 Jan.: [Triem], Eve, 1902- , Seattle To Jaime [Broughton]. Is busy with Selected Poems and preparing papers for University of Washington; lists friends who sent holiday notes. Typed Card Signed. 2 p.; 7.6 cm.
  115. [1971], 6 Jan.: [Adam], Helen, 1909- , [New York City] To James [Broughton]. Thanks him for pictures. "I always think of you first and foremost as one of the most original and extraordinary poets of the twentieth century." Disses agates. Autograph Letter Signed. 7 p.; 18.5 cm.
  116. 1971, 6 Jan.: [Mekas], Jonas, New York City To James [Broughton]. Lists major complaints against Anthology Cinema; offers plans; has't decided about Selection Committee. Typed Letter Signed. 2 p.; 27.9 cm.
  117. 1971, 8 Jan.: [Broughton, James Richard, 1913- ] To Jonas [Mekas]. Looks forward to seeing the theater; thinks Annette Michelson would serve well on Selection Committee. Typed Letter (carbon). 1 p.; 28 cm.
  118. 1971, 10 Jan.: [Williams], Jonathan, Highlands, N.C. To [James Broughton]. Suggests omitting Marianne Moore's comment from jacket blurb; has received prints from Imogen Cunningham. Typed Letter Signed. 1 p.; 28 cm.
  119. 1971, 15 Jan.: [Triem], Eve, 1902- , Seattle To Jaime [Broughton]. Comments on new collection from Minnesota Press; working on "final details" of Selected Poems; rereading his letters before giving them to the University of Washington. Typed Card Signed. 2 p.; 7.6 cm.
  120. 1971, 17 Jan.: [Williams], Jonathan, Highlands, N.C. To [James Broughton]. Confides he likes Broughton's work; quotes from Edward Dahlberg about Louis Zukofsky. Typed Letter Signed. 1 p.; 21.3 cm.
  121. [1971], 21 Jan.: [Adam], Helen, 1909- , New York City To James and Suzanna [Broughton]. Thanks them for Christmas gift; discusses her agate collection; mentions Jess. Autograph Letter Signed. 5 p.; 18.5 cm.
  122. 1971, 2 Feb.: [Broughton, James Richard, 1913- ], To Jonathan [Williams]. Has seen first set of proofs; anticipates his own death; concerned about ink and paper colors. Typed Letter (carbon). 2 p.; 28 cm.
  123. 1971, 8 Feb.: [Broughton, James Richard, 1913- ], To Jonathan [Williams]. Encloses revised jacket blurb and copy of Water Circle. Typed Letter (carbon). 1 p.; 27.9 cm.
  124. 1971, 18 Feb.: [Williams], Jonathan, Highlands, N.C. To [James Broughton]. Encloses piece of Navajo red cloth. Typed Letter Signed. 1 p.; 21.3 cm.
  125. 1971, 22 Feb.: [Triem], Eve, 1902- , Seattle To Jacques [Broughton]. Is upset over murder of a neighbor. Typed Letter Signed. 1 p.; 21.6 cm.
  126. 1971, 23 Feb.: Broughton, James, 1913- To Mr. [Michael] Hoffman, New York City. Returns contract for A Long Undressing with questions. Typed Letter (carbon). 1 p.; 28 cm.
  127. 1971, 28 Feb.: [Triem], Eve, 1902- , Seattle To Jaime [Broughton], Mill Valley, Cal. Explains about Minnesota Press collection; recalls Jean Garrigue; hopes to do a Collected Poems if she gets a Guggenheim. Typed Card Signed. 2 p.; 7.6 cm.
  128. 1971, 10 Mar.: [Broughton], James, 1913- , To Jonathan [Williams]. Relates alarm at not having had Williams see proofs yet. Typed Letter (carbon). 1 p.; 27.9 cm.
  129. 1971, 16 Mar.: Nabokov, Peter, Pacific Grove, Cal. To Mr. [James] Broughton. Responds to Golden Positions. Typed Letter Signed. 1 p.; 27.9 cm.
  130. 1971, 16 April: Broughton, James, 1913- , To Mr. [Michael] Hoffman, New York City. Relays Jonathan Williams' request to keep in touch about publishing details; hopes to see him. Typed Letter (carbon). 1 p.; 27.9 cm.
  131. 1971, 4 May: Broughton, James, 1913- , To Mr. [Michael] Hoffman, New York City. Asks about printing progress of A Long Undressing. Typed Letter (carbon). 1 p.; 28 cm.
  132. 1971, 6 May: [Broughton, James Richard, 1913 ], To Jerome [Hill]. Thanks him for records; discusses his current films; asks if his grant can be renewed; plans trip to New York. Typed Letter (carbon). 1 p.; 27.9 cm.
  133. 1971, 11 May: Hoffman, Michael, Millerton, N.Y. To Mr. [James] Broughton, Mill Valley, Cal. Informs him all blues and proofs of A Long Undressing have been sent to Andrew Hoyem; would like to see him; advises him the book is being printed. Typed Letter Signed. 1 p.; 28 cm.
  134. 1971, 18 May: Broughton, James, 1913- , To Mr. [Michael] Hoffman, Millerton, N.Y. Advises him Andrew Hoyem has not seen the jacket proofs of A Long Undressing; gives travel itinerary. Typed Letter (carbon). 1 p.; 28 cm.
  135. 1971, 20 May: [Williams], Jonathan, Dentdale, Yorkshire, England To [James Broughton], Mill Valley, Cal. Notifies him that A Long Undressing "outh to be very soon now." Typed Postcard Signed. 10.5 cm.
  136. [1971, May]: Hoffman, Michael To Mr. [James] Broughton. Reports A Long Undressing is being bound; asks him to phone in New York. Typed Letter Signed. 1 p.; 20.4 cm.
  137. 1971, 7 July: [Broughton, James Richard, 1913- ], To Michael [Hoffman], Millerton, N.Y. Thanks him for kindnesses; feels inept at promotion but will try; inquires about ordering proceedings. Typed Letter (carbon). 1 p.; 28 cm.
  138. 1971, 15 July: Jenkins, H. Edgar "Some reflections of James Broughton's Films." Typed essay. 10[i.e. 12] p. 28 cm. College paper.
  139. 1971, 21 July: [Broughton, James Richard, 1913- ], To Jonas [Mekas]. Announces his fall travel plans; asks if Anthology wants revised version of The Golden Positions. Typed Letter (carbon). 1 p.; 28 cm.
  140. [1971, 23 July]: [Triem], Eve, 1902- , Seattle To Jacques [Broughton], Mill Valley, Cal. Relates news of Richard Hugo, Carolyn Kizer and Leonie Adams. Typed Letter Signed. 1 p.; 27.8 cm. Accompanied by "Black on White" and "White on Black", Typed Manuscript Signed. 1 p.; 27.8 cm.
  141. 1971, 25 July: [Mekas], Jonas To James [Broughton]. Reports the theater is closing for August. Typed Card Signed. 19.3 cm.
  142. 1971, 26 July: Hoffman, Michael To Mr. [James] Broughton, Mill Valley, Cal. Will send orer forms for him to distribute to bookstores; reports his author's copies of A Long Underessing have been mailed. Typed Letter Signed. 1 p.; 27.9 cm.
  143. 1971, 9 Aug.: [Brakhage], Stan, Rollinsville, Colo. To James [Broughton]. Reports Willard Maas has been receiving royalties for selling Brakhage films to a British distributor without the filmmaker's knowledge; discusses his loneliness. Typed Letter Signed. 1 p.; 27.9 cm.
  144. [1971?], 11 Aug.: [Adam], Helen, 1909- , To James [Broughton]. Thanks him for book; discusses her film. Autograph Letter Signed. 3 p.; 25.3 cm.
  145. 1971, 24 Aug.: [Broughton, James Richard, 1913- ], To Stan [Brakhage]. Sends him copies of The Golden Positions and A Long Undressing; seeks privacy concerning his personal life; working on Dreamwood; reflects on comedy, mentioning Laurel and Hardy and Buster Keaton. Typed Letter (carbon). 2 p.; 27.9 cm.
  146. 1971, 25 Aug.: Broughton, James, 1913- , To Michael Hoffman, Millerton, N.Y. Thanks him for sending copies of A Long Undressing; asks to be put in touch with Lou Eaton; reminds him when he'll be in New York. Typed Letter (carbon). 1 p.; 28 cm.
  147. 1971, 30 Aug.?: [Brakhage], Stan To James [Broughton]. Amplifies his remark concerning death; gives reasons for Kenneth Auger's estrangement; discusses the writing of his essays. Typed Letter Signed. 2 p.; 27.9 cm.
  148. 1971, Aug.: [Brakhage], Stan, Rollinsville, Colo. To James [Broughton]. Thanks him for comments on Chaplin essay; discusses print quality. Autograph Letter Signed. 2 p.; 28 cm. Letter written on title page of "Stan Laurel and Oliver Hardy, etcetera." Typed Manuscript Signed (copy). 18 [i.e. 19] p.; 28 cm.
  149. [1971, Aug.]: [Brakhage], Stan, Rollinsville, Colo. To James [Broughton]. Reacts to Broughton's death fears; asks personal questions as background for his essay. Typed Letter Signed. 1 p.; 27.9 cm.
  150. 1971, 9 Sept.: [Broughton, James Richard, 1913- ], To Jonas[ Mekas]. Asks about travel arrangements. Typed Letter (carbon). 1 p.; 27.9 cm.
  151. [1971], 11 Sept.: Field, Ed[ward], 1924- , Saratoga Springs, N.Y. To James Broughton. Informs him of Alfred Chester's death; fears for Chester's papers; asks if Broughton and Chester had made an agreement about paper. Typed Letter Signed. 1 p.; 28 cm.
  152. [1971, 16 Sept.]: [Baillie], Bruce, Redwood, Cal. To James [Broughton], Mill Valley, Cal. Relates experience with a deputy sheriff. Autograph Postcard Signed. 1 p.; 14 cm.
  153. 1971, 17 Sept.: [Broughton, James Richard, 1913- ], To Stan [Brakhage]. Believes both his poetry and films are unfashionable; has completed Dreamwood; is viewing Brakhage's work. Typed Letter (carbon). 1 p.; 27.9 cm.
  154. 1971, 22 Sept.: [Broughton, James Richard, 1913- ], To Jonas [Mekas]. Arranges for travel; asks if he should ship revised Golden Positions. Typed Letter (carbon). 1 p.; 28 cm.
  155. 1971, 4 Oct.: [Broughton, James Richard, 1913- ], To [P. Adams Sitney]. Invoice for print of The Golden Positions. Typed Document (carbon). 1 p.; 28 cm.
  156. [1971?], 5 Oct.: [Adam], Helen, 1909- , [New York City]. To James [Broughton]. Comments on his book (The Long Undressing?); mentions her acting in The Enchanted. Autograph Letter Signed. 4 p.; 25.3 cm.
  157. 1971, 6 Oct.: Broughton, James Richard, 1913- , To Michael [Hoffman], Millerton, N.Y. Asks about review copies of A Long Undressing; needs more copies. Typed Letter (carbon). 1 p.; 28 cm.
  158. 1971, 9 Oct. [Brakhage], Stan To James [Broughton]. Just returned from lecture tour; comments on recently received films; recollects experience of filming in Pittsburgh morgue; wishes for a visit. Typed Letter Signed. 1 p.; 27.8 cm.
  159. 1971, 13 Oct.: [Broughton, James Richard, 1913- ], To Stan [Brakhage]. Is about to leave on a lecture tour; wonders how they can manage a visit. Typed Letter (carbon). 1 p.; 27.9 cm.
  160. 1971, 22 Oct.: [Williams], Jonathan, Dentdale, Yorkshire, England To [James Broughton]. Wonders why Blues and Roots hasn't been reviewed yet; comments on distribution and the problems of getting Jargon books noticed. Typed Letter Signed. 1 p.; 32.9 cm. Accompanied by Typed Letter Signed with the same date. 1 p.; 20.3 cm.

Correspondence and Manuscripts, 1971, Nov.-1975, Oct.

Box 14
Folder -- Contents

  1. 1971, 3 Nov.: Broughton, James, 1913- , To Michael Hoffman, Millerton, N.Y. Asks him to check Jonathan Williams' review list against the regular one; requests copies of reviews and more personal copies of A Long Undressing. Typed Letter (carbon). 1 p.; 28 cm.
  2. 1971, 4 Nov.: [Broughton, James Richard, 1913- ], To Jerome [Hill]. Discusses Dreamwood; inquires about "additional grant money"; seeks advice about a health problem. Typed Letter (carbon). 1 p.; 28 cm.
  3. 1971, 5 Nov.: [Broughton, James Richard, 1913- ], To [Jonathan Williams]. Offers misgivings about Michael Hoffman; discusses distribution; trying to finish Dreamwood. Typed Letter (carbon). 1 p.; 28 cm.
  4. 1971, 8 Nov.: [Brakhage], Stan To Annette [Michelson]. Presents theory of film aesthetics beginning with the Lumiere Brothers. Typed Letter (copy). 9 p.; 27.9 cm.
  5. 1971, 10 Nov.: [Brakhage], Stan To James [Broughton]. Relates tale of Mike Chikiris' vision of Samuel Johnson and how it effected Brakhage's aesthetics. Typed Letter Signed. 3 p.; 27.9.
  6. 1971, 10 Nov.: [Broughton, James Richard, 1913- ], To Charlotte Moorman. Authorizes single showing of This Is It at the Avant Garde Festival of New York. Typed Letter (carbon). 1 p.; 27.9 cm.
  7. 1971, 13 Nov.: [Duncan], Roberto, 1919- , To James [Broughton]. Comments on A Long Undressing; wishes to visit Broughton's children. Autograph Letter Signed. 2 p.; 22.8 cm.
  8. 1971, 20 Nov.: [Hill], Jerome, 1905-1972, Bridgehampton, N.Y. To James [Broughton]. Thanks him for book; furnishes doctor's name; advises the Avon Foundation is "overcommitted." Autograph Letter Signed. 1 p.; 28 cm.
  9. 1971, 20 Nov.: [Williams], Jonathan, Dentdale, Yorkshire, England To [James Broughton]. Comments on reviews of Blues and Roots; quotes Paul Metcalf on Michael Hoffman; renounces Robert Duncan and Kenneth Rexroth. Typed Letter Signed. 1p.; 32.9 cm.
  10. 1971, 23 Nov.: Hobson, Bill, Millerton, N.Y. To Mr. [James] Broughton. Reports bookstores which have his books. Typed Letter Signed. 1 p.; 27.9 cm.
  11. 1971, 26 Nov.: [Mekas], Jones, New York City To James [Broughton]. Asks to rent two of his films. Typed Letter Signed. 1 p.; 28 cm.
  12. 1971, Nov.: [Broughton, James Richard, 1913- ] Speech at opening of Modesto-Stanislans Library. Typed/Autograph Manuscript. 5 p.; 28 cm.
  13. 1971, Nov.: [Triem], Eve, 1902- , Seattle To Jaime [Broughton]. Thanks him for sending A Long Undressing; Stanley Kunitz has written introduction to her Selected Poems; gives news of Denise Levertov; has acquired a kitten. Typed Letter Signed. 1 p.; 27.9 cm.
  14. 1971, 1 Dec.: [Broughton, James Richard, 1913- ], To Jonathan [Williams]. Reflects on criticism and reaction to A Long Undressing; thanks Tom Meyer for copy of Prose. Typed Letter (carbon). 1 p.; 27.9 cm.
  15. 1971, 8 Dec.: [Broughton, James Richard, 1913- ], To Stan [Brakhage]. Reacts to his 9th anniversary and to Brakhage's interpretation of Mike Chikiris' "visitation"; wishes they could talk. Typed Letter (carbon). 1 p.; 27.9 cm.
  16. 1971, 14 Dec.: [Broughton, James Richard, 1913- ], To Stan [Brakhage]. Has been showing his films and reading his essays; finds his new work "major"; feels "so close to dying." Typed Letter (carbon). 1 p.; 27.9 cm.
  17. 1971, 20 Dec.: [Brakhage], Stan To James [Broughton]. Comments on function of letter writing; has finished "The Act of Seeing with ones own eyes." Typed Letter Signed. 1 p.; 28 cm.
  18. 1971, 31 Dec.: [Gamow], [Barbara] Perk[ins] To Jim [Broughton]. Comments on A Long Undressing. Typed Letter Signed. 1 p.; 28 cm.
  19. Undated. [1971?]: Moorman, Charlotte, New York City To James Broughton. Invites his participation in the 8th Annual Avant Garde Festival. Form Letter Signed. 1 p.; 35.5 cm. Accompanied by two publications from the 7th festival.
  20. 1972, 26 Jan.: [Broughton, James Richard, 1913- ], To Jerome [Hill]. Thanks him for doctor referal; admits "scrounging" for money for films has "become an obsessive concern"; requests use of HIll's music in his next film. Typed Letter (carbon). 1 p.; 27.9 cm.
  21. 1972, 30 Jan.: [Williams], Jonathan To [James Broughton]. Comments on deaths of John Berrymand and Kenneth Patchen; plans to be in New York; discusses Denise Levertov. Typed Letter Signed. 1 p.; 20.3 cm.
  22. 1972, 9 Feb.: [Broughton, James Richard, 1913- ], To Stan [Brakhage]. Hopes to have print of Dreamwood for Chicago Art Institute showing; ready to begin his "last" film. Typed Letter (carbon). 1 p.; 27.9 cm.
  23. 1972, 9 Feb.: [Broughton], James, 1913- , To Jerome [Hill]. Acknowledges receipt of exhibition announcement; would like to see his autobiographical film; discusses Testament. Typed Letter (carbon). 1 p.; 28 cm.
  24. 1972, 9 Feb.: [Broughton, James Richard, 1913- ] To Jonathan [Williams]. Wishes he could attend Williams' birthday celebration; has received no reviews. Typed Letter (carbon) 1 p.; 27.9 cm.
  25. 1972, 12 Feb.: [Bell], Geoffrey, San Francisco To James Broughton Is impressed with Dreamwood but lists objections. Typed Letter Signed. 2 p.; 28 cm.
  26. 1972, 16 Feb.: [Broughton], James, 1913- , To Jonas [Mekas]. Describes reaction to Dreamwood; needs money to pay lab. Typed Letter (carbon). 1 p.; 27.9 cm.
  27. 1972, 1 Mar.: [Broughton], James, 1913- , To Jonas [Mekas]. Stresses importance of Anthology purchasing prints from him to relieve his "desperate situation." Typed Letter (carbon). 1 p.; 27.9 cm.
  28. 1972, 14 Mar.: [Mekas], Jonas, New York City To James [Broughton]. Reports Anthology's financial crisis won't allow purchase of his films; sets dates for meeting; comments on Stan Brakhage. Typed Letter Signed. 2 p.; 28 cm.
  29. 1972, 18 Mar.: [Broughton, James Richard, 1913- ], To Jonas [Mekas]. Sympathizes with Anthology's position; considers his own financial situation. Typed Letter (carbon). 1 p.; 27.9 cm.
  30. 1972, 11 April: [Broughton, James Richard, 1913- ], To Stan [Brakhage]. Tells of one of Brakhage's students visiting him; must give up filmmaking because of mounting debts; asks his permission to do a "seminar study" of his work. Typed Letter (carbon). 1 p.; 27.8 cm.
  31. 1972, 12 April: [Broughton, James Richard, 1913- ], to P. Adams [Sitney]. Sends original script of Dreamwood with some history of the film; mentions Chris MacLaine. Typed Letter (carbon). 1 p.; 28 cm.
  32. 1972, 14 April: [Gamow], [Barbara], Perky, Sausalito, Cal. To James [Broughton]. Thanks him for book; trying to decide if she should return to Boulder. Typed Letter Signed. 1 p.; 28 cm.
  33. 1972, 24 April: [Broughton, James Richard, 1913- ], To Bruce [Baillie]. Reflects on Quick Billy; explains why Anthology Archives hasn't purchased it; advocates marrying late. Typed Letter (carbon). 1 p.; 27.8 cm.
  34. 1972, 29 April: [Broughton, James Richard, 1913- ], To Pauline [Kael]. Owes lab $2000 for Dreamwood; hopes to get a second Guggenheim grant as Richard Myers did. Typed Letter (carbon). 1 p.; 27.8 cm.
  35. 1972, 4 May: [Broughton, James Richard, 1913- ], To Jerome [Hill]. Has heard of his hospitalization from Stan Brakhage; is concerned about Anthology's inability to purchase films; temporarily shelves his autobiographical film. Typed Letter (carbon). 1 p.; 27.9 cm.
  36. 1972, 4 May: [Broughton, James Richard, 1913- ], To Jonas [Mekas]. Inquires about transportation and hotel for meeting. Typed Letter (carbon). 1 p.; 27.9 cm.
  37. 1972, 6 May: [Brakhage], Stan To James [Broughton]. Details law suit concerning his child's being attacked by dogs; mentions negative response to his work at Bloomington; responds to Broughotn's reading lists. Typed Letter Signed. 2 p.; 27.9 cm.
  38. [1972, 8 May]: B[aillie], B[ruce], Roslyn, Wash. To James [Broughton], Mill Valley, Cal. Comments on Animals of Eden and After; is filming in high contrast black and white; sketches design for a stained glass window. Autograph Letter Signed. 6 p.; 22.8 cm.
  39. 1972, 24 May: [Broughotn, James Richard, 1913 ], To Jonas [Mekas]. Warns him about American Film Institute; asks him to forward any reviews of Dreamwood. Typed Letter (carbon). 1 p.; 28 cm.
  40. 1972, 26 May: [Broughton], James, 1913- , To Jerome [Hill]. Wishes him well; congratulates him on Film Portrait. Typed Letter (carbon). 1 p.; 28 cm.
  41. 1972, 31 May: [Broughton, James Richard, 1913- ], To Stan [Brakhage]. Looks forward to teaching Brakhage seminar; comments on the The Act of Seeing and his book; asks his influences in art and music. Typed Letter (carbon) 1 p.; 27.9 cm.
  42. [1972], 2 June: [Adam], Helen, 1909- , [New York City] To James [Broughton]. Discusses Dreamwood and Nuptaie. Autograph Letter Signed. 4 p.; 28 cm.
  43. 1972, 4 June: [Brakhage], Stan To James [Broughton]. Pleased over Anthology selections; details art and music influences. Typed Letter Signed. 4 p.; 27.9 cm.
  44. 1972, 7 June: [Williams], Jonathan, Dentdale, Yorkshire, England To [James Broughton]. Fails to understand why Jargon books don't get reviewed; provides contact at Grossman Publishers. Typed Letter Signed. 1 p.; 32.8 cm.
  45. 1972, 13 June: [Broughton, James Richard, 1913- ], To Jonas [Mekas]. Despairs over not receiving critical attnetion; plans to write about himself; inquires about Anthology's finances. Typed Letter (carbon). 1 p.; 27.9 cm.
  46. 1972, 13 June: Broughton, James to Jonathan Williams. Pleased to receive copy of New Directions paperback. Film "Dreamwood" denounced by N.Y. Times. 1 p.; 20.3 cm.
  47. 1972, 19 June: [Williams], Jonathan, Dentdale, Yorkshire, England To [James Broughton]. Sends Herbert Leibowitz's review of A Long Undressing; advises he's granted Knopf permission to quote from Broughton's work in Alan Watts' new book. Typed Letter Signed. 1 p.; 32.9 cm.
  48. 1972, 29 June: [Broughton, James Richard, 1913- ], To Pauline [Kael]. Comments on his children; is being evicted from his studio; must leave his house. Typed Letter (carbon). 1 p.; 27.9 cm.
  49. 1972, 29 June: [Broughton, James Richard, 1913- ], To Jonathan [Williams]. Reacts to Herbert Leibowitz's review; discusses his work and age. Typed Letter (carbon). 1 p.; 28 cm.
  50. 1972, 5 July: [Mekas], Jonas, New York City. To James [Broughton], Mill Valley, Cal. Describes Anthology's money problems as "unsurmountable." Autograph Postcard Signed. 1 p.; 8-9 cm.
  51. 1972, 7 July: [Broughton, James Richard, 1913- ], To Stan [Brakhage]. Is upset by news from Jonas Mekos that Anthology may fold; will move. Typed Letter (carbon). 1 p.; 27.8 cm.
  52. 1972, 11 July: Tarshis, Jerry [Interview with James Broughton]. Typed Manuscript (copy. 29 p.; 28 cm. Transcript accompanied by two cassette tapes and correspondence between Tarshis and Broughton.
  53. 1972, 23 July: [Triem], Eve, 1902- , Seattle To Jacques [Broughton]. Took over William Stafford's poetry workshop for a session; comments on Richard Eberhart; describes her cat. Typed Letter Signed. 1 p.; 19.9 cm.
  54. 1972, 5 Aug.: [Broughton, James Richard, 1913- ], To P. Adams [Sitney]. Discusses Dreamwood; acknowledges influence of Jean Cocteau. Typed Letter (carbon) 1 p.; 27.9 cm.
  55. 1972, 15 Aug.: [Brakhage], Stan To James [Broughton]. Has been ill; working on essays; reveals "Songs" inspired by "poetic" sense. Typed Letter Signed. 1 p.; 16.2 cm.
  56. 1972, 15 Aug.: [Mekas], Jonas, New YOrk City To James [Broughton]. Describes rust problems at theater; sums up Anthology's financial situation; considers future. Typed Letter Signed. 2 p.; 28 cm.
  57. 1972, 30 Aug.: [Broughton, James Richard, 1913- ], To Stan [Brakhage]. Discusses The Cabinet of Dr. Caligari; remembers his mid-life crisis; comments on Anthology's problems. Typed Letter (carbon). 1 p.; 27.8 cm.
  58. 1972, 30 Aug.: [Broughton, James Richard, 1913- ], To Jonas [Mekas]. Asks if Jerome Hill is aware of Anthology's financial plight; comments on Monterey Film Festival. Typed Letter (carbon). 1 p.; 27.9 cm.
  59. 1972, 6 Sept.: Herbert, Jim, Athens, George To James Broughton. Thanks him for his comments; expresses his admiration for Broughton's work. Autograph Letter Signed. 1 p.; 28 cm.
  60. 1972, 2 Oct.: [Broughton, James Richard, 1913- ], To Stan [Brakhage]. Raises questions about Brakhage's view of homosexuality in regard to film collaboration; hopes he'll come to San Francisco; requests Brakhage be a reference for renewal of Guggenheim grant. Typed Letter (carbon). 1 p.; 27.9 cm.
  61. 1972, 11 Oct.: [Williams], Jonathan, Dentdale, Yorkshire, England To [James Broughton]. Will be teaching for five months in Winston-Salem; gives him Herbert Leibowitz's address. Typed Letter Signed. 1 p.; 32.9 cm.
  62. 1972, 13 Oct.: [Broughton, James Richard, 1913- ], To Jonas [Mekas]. Seeks his recommendation for a Guggenheim renewal; asks for attention to be given his 60th birthday. Typed Letter (carbon). 1 p.; 27.9 cm.
  63. 1972, 18 Oct.: [Broughton, James Richard, 1913- ], To Jerome [Hill]. Describes reaction to San Francisco Film Festival screening of Film Portrait; comments on the work; wants to live long enough to film Testament. Typed Letter (carbon). 1 p.; 27.9 cm.
  64. 1972, 1 Nov.: [Mekas], Jonas, New York City To James [Broughton]. Agrees to recommend him for Guggenheim renewal; cites new acquisitions. Typed Letter Signed. 1 p.; 28 cm. Accompanied by Typed Letter (copy) to Mekas from Peter Kubelka, 2 p.; 28 cm.
  65. 1972, 3 Nov.: [Broughotn, James Richard, 1913- ], To Stan [Brakhage]. Suggests dates for possible San Francisco appearance; reacts to his Brakhage class; thanks him for being the first to write about his films "as a whole"; states there are, though, inaccuracies about his life. Typed Letter (carbon). 1 p.; 27.9 cm.
  66. 1972, 3 Nov.: [Broughton, James Richard, 1913- ] To Jonathan [Williams]. Encloses copy of Stan Brakhage's lecture; reports on Alan Watts' new book; hopes to have film showing in Winston-Salem. Typed Letter (carbon). 1 p.; 27.8 cm.
  67. 1972 7 Nov.: [Triem], Eve, 1902- To Jacques [Broughton]. Comments on her birthday and Marianne Moore's; gives news of John Tagliabue, Denise Levertov, Hortense Calisher and Jean Burdes. Autograph Letter Signed. 2 p.; 22.8 cm.
  68. 1972, 2 Dec.: [Brakhage], Stan To James [Broughton]. Sends him second version of the lecture on him and suggests he "blue pencil" it . Typed Letter Signed. 1 p.; 27.8 cm.
  69. 1972, 8 Dec.: [Ungerer], Walter, East Calias. Vt. To James [Broughton] Discusses his method of scripting a film and plans for The Murderess; encloses new film script. Typed Letter Signed. 3 p.; 27.9 cm. Accompanied by The Man With the Umbrella; Typed Manuscript (copy). 20 Leaves; 27.9 cm.
  70. 1972, 18 Dec.: [Williams, Jonathan], Dentdale, Yorkshire, England To [James Broughton] Arranges a film showing; Typed Letter Signed. 1 p.; 20.3 cm.
  71. 1972, 28 Dec.: [Broughton, James Richard, 1913- ], To Jonathan [Williams]. Seeks details for Winston-Salem film showing; gives program. Typed Letter (carbon) 1 p.; 28 cm.
  72. 1972, 31 Dec.; [Brakhage], Stan To James [Broughton] Enjoyed visit; interprets dreams to mean he doesn't like "city-livin; asks him to "fix up" Brakhage's lecture on him; expresses faith in Dreamwood. Typed Letter Signed. 1 p.; 14 cm.
  73. 1972: Brakhage, Stan F.W. Murnau. Typed Essay (copy) 32[i.e.] 33 p.
  74. 1973, 26 Jan.: [Broughton, James Richard, 1913- ], To Pauline [Kael]. Is hoping for a Guggenheim renewal; relates Robert Duncan secured west coast readings for Helen Adam. Typed Letter (carbon). 1 p.; 27.9 cm.
  75. 1973, 1 Feb.: [Broughton, James Richard, 1913- ], To Friends [i.e. Jonas Mekas and P. Adams Sitney]. Asks about Anthology Cinema; fears fate of his original prints; plans trip east. Typed Letter (carbon). 1 p.; 27.9 cm.
  76. 1973, 14 Feb.: [Williams], Jonathan To [James Broughton]. Informs him his Valentine was the only one Williams received; gives plans for Tom Meyer's birthday celebration. Typed Letter Signed. 1 p.; 35.5 cm.
  77. 1973, 21 Feb.: [Broughton, James Richard , 1913- ], To Jonas [Mekas]. Changes travel plans. Typed Letter (carbon). 1 p.; 27.9 cm.
  78. 1973, 22 Feb.: [Brakhage], Stan To James [Broughton]. Expresses amazement at quality of his student's films. Autograph Letter Signed. 2 p.; 27.9 cm.
  79. 1973, 5 Mar.: [Michelson], Annette, New York City To James [Broughton], Mill Valley, Cal. Will publish correction in next issue of Artforum of Stan Brakhage's filmography. Typed Letter Signed. 1 p.; 28 cm.
  80. 1973, 10 Mar.: [Williams, Jonathan], Winston-Salem, N.C. To J[ames Broughton]. Asks him to send personal information; hopes to see "the old movies" again. Typed Card Signed. 1 p.; 20.8 cm.
  81. [1973], 22 Mar.: [Adams], Helen, 1909- , [New York City] To Suzanna and James [Broughton]. Sends 5 snapshots from her visit; mentions family. Autograph Letter Signed. 3 p.; 27.3 cm.
  82. 1973, 30 Mar.: [Williams], Jonathan To [James Broughton]. Advises Herbert Leibowitz is weekending; comments on Broughton's visit. Typed Letter Signed. 1 p.; 27.9 cm.
  83. 1973, 25 April: [Broughton], James, 1913- , To Jonas [Mekas]. Asks if he can "put me up" in New York; inquires about Anthology printing from his early originals. Typed Letter (carbon). 1p.; 27.9 cm.
  84. 1973, 18 May: [Broughton, James Richard, 1913- ], To Jonas [Mekas]. Gives Mekas his support; thanks him for hospitality. Typed Letter (carbon) 1 p.; 27.9 cm.
  85. 1973, 29 May: Mitchell, Meredith B., West Los Angeles To Mr. [James] Broughton. Reports screening of Dreamwoodfor his Jungian Psychology seminar. Typed Letter Signed. 1 p.; 26.6 cm.
  86. 1973, 22 July: [Triem], Eve, 1902- , Seattle To James [Broughton]. Was unable to phone; asks if he saw library exhibit. Typed Letter Signed. 1 p.; 22.8 cm.
  87. 1973, 27 July: [Brakhage], Stan, Denver, Colo. To James [Broughton]. Had to leave his house because of asthma attack; defends his essay on Broughton and discusses the homosexuality question; quotes from Katherine Ruth Heyman's memoirs. Typed Letter Signed. 2 p.; 27.9 cm.
  88. 1973, 15 Aug.: [Broughton], James, 1913- , San Anselmo, Cal. To Jonas [Mekas]. Seeks help in saving early prints. Typed Letter (copy). 1 p.; 28 cm. At foot of Broughton's letter is Mekas' reply.
  89. 1973, 11 Sept.: [Brakhage], Stan To James [Broughton]. Agrees to exchange films; sends birthday wishes. Typed Letter Signed. 1 p.; 17.3 cm.
  90. 1973, 9 Oct.: [Williams, Jonathan], Dentdale, Yorkshire, England To [James Broughton]. Won't be able to attend his birthday celebration; reprises travels; deplores lack of mail. Typed Letter Signed. 1 p.; 32.9 cm.
  91. 1973, 11 Oct.: [Brakhage], Stan To James [Broughton]. Sends revised essay; is sorry the original caused Broughton "so much pain" but feels he has "shed light on the darker balances of your work." Typed Letter Signed. 1 p.; 28 cm.
  92. 1973, 15 Oct.: Mekas, Jonas, New York City To Mr. [Steve] D'Inzillo, New York City. Informs him of Anthology theater's relocation. Typed Letter (copy). 1 p.; 28 cm. Pencil note to James [Broughton] from J[onas Mekas] at head of letter.
  93. 1973, 19 Oct.: [Broughton, James Richard, 1913- ], To Lindsay [Anderson]. Recalls their evening together; inquires about going to London the next year; writes his new film "lags". Typed Letter (carbon). 1 p.; 28 cm.
  94. 1973, 20 Oct.: [Broughton, James Richard, 1913- ], To Pauline [Kael]. Notifies her the Museum of Modern Art is honoring him with a retrospective exhibition; anticipates 60th birthday. Typed Letter (carbon). 1 p.; 27.9 cm.
  95. 1973, 20 Oct.: [Broughton, James Richard, 1913- ], To Jonas [Mekas]. Encloses invoices for making of new negatives; informs him two originals are lost. Typed Letter (carbon). 1 p.; 27.9 cm.
  96. 1973, 25 Oct.: [Brakhage], Stan To James [Broughton]. Is pleased the "wrangling" over the essay is over; is upset knowing original print of "Looney Tom" is lost; requests permission to quote poetry in the essay which he hopes will be published as a book. Typed Letter Signed. 2 p.; 25.4 cm.
  97. 1973, 31 Oct. [Anderson], Lindsay, 1923- , London, To James [Broughton], San Anselmo, Cal. Discusses his relationship to those running the British Film Institute and the National Film Theater; has been directing plays of David Storey. Typed Letter Signed. 1 p.; 33 cm.
  98. [1973, Oct.]: [Gaylor], Bobcat To James [Broughton]. Bought a new house; may come west. Autograph Letter Signed. 1 p.; 13.3 cm. On verso: drawing by Gaylor dated Aug. 1973.
  99. [1973, 4 Nov.]: [Moorman], Charlotte, New York City To [James Broughton], Mill Valley, Cal. Thanks him for permission to show High Kukus. Autograph Postcard Signed. 1 p. 8.3 cm.
  100. 1973, 9 Nov.: [Trumbull], Leslie, New York City To James [Broughton], Mill Valley, Cal. Sends birthday wishes. Typed Postcard Signed. 1 p. 10.5 cm.
  101. 1973, 10 Nov.: [Sheets], Kermit Birthday doggerel for James Broughton. Typed Poem Signed. 2 leaves, 25 cm.
  102. 1973, 10 Nov.: [Triem], Eve, 1902- , Seattle To Jacques [Broughton]. Sends birthday greetings; comments on Carolyn Kizer and Ludmilla Maryanska; refers to "the Six." Typed Letter Signed. 2 p.; 25 cm.
  103. 1973, 10 Nov.: Williams, Jonathan Rocco definitions for Modesto's only ambulatory sixty-year-old alectryomancer. Typed Poem Signed. 2 p.; 33 cm.
  104. [1973?], 13 Nov.: Gidlow, Elsa "Cakes and Ail." Typed Poem Signed. 1 p.; 27.9 cm.
  105. 1973, 25 Nov.: [Hoyem], Andrew, San Francisco To James [Broughton]. Expresses regret at not being able to attend Broughton's 60th birthday celebration. Autgraph Letter Signed. 1 p.; 28.2 cm.
  106. 1973, Nov.: [Witt-Diamant], Ruth To James [Broughton]. Sends birthday wishes. Autograph Card Signed. 1 p.; 19.7 cm.
  107. Undated. [1973, Nov.?]: [Deemer], Bill, 1945- , To James [Broughton]. Sends birthday greetings; encloses "Four High Kukus" typed on separate sheet. Autograph Letter Signed. 1 p.; 26.7 cm.
  108. [1973, Nov.?]: [Malter], Gloria To James [Broughton]. Congratulates him on his birthday; looks forward to attending his celebration. Autograph Card Signed. 3 p.; 14.8 cm.
  109. 1973, 15 Dec.: [Moorman], Charlotte, New York City To James Broughton. Thanks him for participating in the Avant Garde Festival. Form Letter Signed (A. Addenda). 1 p.; 28 cm. Accompanied by program.
  110. 1973, 26 Dec.: [Krauss], Ruth, Westport, Conn. To James [Broughton]. Mentions Kathleen Fraser and David Hilberman; encloses poem. Typed Letter Signed. 2 p.; 27.9 cm Accompanied by "Poems Script." Typed Manuscript. 2 p.; 27.9 cm.
  111. 1973: Brakhage, Stan "Bruce Conner." Typed Essay (copy). 27 [i.e. 28] p.; 28 cm.
  112. 1973: Brakhage, Stan "Chris MacLaine." Typed Essay (copy). 28 [i.e. 29] p.; 28 cm.
  113. 1973: Brakhage, Stan "Sidney Peterson." Typed Essay (copy). 37 [i.e. 38] p.; 28 cm.
  114. 1974, 4 Feb.: [Krauss], Ruth, Westport, Conn. To James [Broughton]. Comments on "Dreamwood." Autograph Letter Signed. 2 p.; 28 cm.
  115. 1974, 22 Feb.: [Broughton, James Richard, 1913- ], To Jonas [Mekas]. Informs him of support for Anthology of Jerome Hill's family but warns him about the estate's attorneys. Typed Letter (carbon). 1 p.; 38 cm.
  116. 1974, 7 Mar.: [Broughton, James], 1913- Theater book. Autograph Manuscript. 3 p.; 23.9 cm. Bound notebook, mostly blank.
  117. 1974, 16 April: [Mekas], Jonas, New York City To James [Broughton]. Provides London addresses; updates him on move; gives his impression of Jerome Foundation. Typed Letter Signed. 2 p.; 28 cm.
  118. 1974, 20 April: [Broughton, James Richard, 1913- ], To Stan [Brakhage]. Sends him his chapter of film book; plans first trip to England in 20 years; suggests being worked on by Ida Rolf. Typed Letter (carbon). 1 p.; 27.9 cm.
  119. 1974, 20 April: [Williams], Jonathan, [Dentdale, England] To [James Broughton]. Looks forward to his visit. Typed Letter Signed. 1 p.; 20.3 cm.
  120. 1974, 23 April: Sobol, Ellis J., Denver, Colo. To Mr. [James] Broughton, San Anselmo, Cal. Seeks his recollections of cash gifts to Stan and Jane Brakhage who are being investigated by the Internal Revenue Service. Typed Letter Signed. 1 p.; 27.9 cm.
  121. 1974, 25 April: [Anderson], Lindsay, 1923- , London To James [Broughton], San Anselmo, Cal. Anticipates his trip to London; will be directing David Storey plays. Typed Letter Signed. 2 p.; 25.4 cm.
  122. [1974?], 26 April: [Adam], Helen, 1909- , To James [Broughton]. Comments on Testament. Autograph Letter Signed. 3 p.; 16.6 cm.
  123. 1974, 26 April: [Broughton, James Richard, 1913- ], To Bill [Deemer]. Responds to his request to show Broughton's films without fee. Typed Letter (carbon). 1 p.; 28 cm.
  124. 1974, 26 April: [Triem], Eve, 1902- , Seattle To Jaime [Broughton]. Her book "remains suspended in limbo"; refers to her cats as "Black angels." Typed Letter Signed. 1 p.; 20.3 cm.
  125. 1974, 28 April: [Broughton, James Richard, 1913- ], To Jonas [Mekas]. Responds to his letter. Typed Letter (carbon). 1 p.; 27.9 cm.
  126. Undated. [1974, April]: [Deemer], Bill, 1945- To James [Broughton]. Requests free rental of films for a benefit for a Zen community in Eugene, Oregon. Typed Letter Signed. 1 p.; 27.9 cm.
  127. 1974, 19 May: [Broughton, James Richard, 1913- ], To Pauline [Kael]. Discusses his family and financial situation; will go to London for a retrospective. Typed Letter (carbon). 1 p.; 27.9 cm.
  128. 1974, 19 June: C[unningham], Imogen, 1883-1976, To James [Broughton], Mill Valley, Cal.] Thanks him for clipping. Autograph Postcard Signed. 1 p.; 8.8 cm.
  129. 1974, 20 June: [Block], Peter, Paddington, England To [James Broughton], Mill Valley, Cal. Sends his ouw high kuku. Autograph Postcard Signed. 1 p.; 12.6 cm.
  130. 1974, 10 July: [Williams], Jonathan, Dentdale, England To [James Broughton]. Accepts his Basil Bunting tribute; discusses contemporary publishing. Typed Postcard Signed. 1 p.; 13.3 cm.
  131. 1974, 28 Aug.: [Williams], Jonathan, Dentale,Yorkshire, England To [James Broughton]. Will arrive in the States and plans trip west; asks about possible engagements. Typed Letter Signed. 1 p.; 20.3 cm.
  132. 1974, 2 Sept.: [Williams], Jonathan, Dentdale, Yorkshire, England To [James Broughton]. Sends him items printed by Ian Gardner; wants "to part company" with Michael Hoffman. Typed Letter Signed. 1 p.; 20.3 cm. Missing from box 6-5-98.
  133. 1974, 11 Sept.: [Brakhage], Stan To James [Broughton\. Changes date of appearance. Autograph Letter Signed. 1 p.; 8.2 cm Written on verso of photograph of Gilpin, Colo.
  134. 1974, 12 Sept.: [Williams], Jonathan, Dentdale, Yorkshire, England To [James Broughton]. Tom's homage not sent because of poor printing job; going to see show in Leeds; mentions that he and Jargon "will have to part company;" due to depart on Oct. 5th. Typed Letter Signed. 1 p.; 20.3 cm.
  135. 1974, 21 Sept.: [Williams], Jonathan, Dentdale, Yorkshire, England To [James Broughton]. Gives schedule of American readings. Typed Letter Signed. 1 p.; 20.3 cm.
  136. 1974, 29 Sept.: [Williams, Jonathan], Dentdale, Yorkshire, England To [James Broughton]. Thanks him for sending pornographic advertisements; hopes to have reading at the Poetry Center. Typed Letter Signed. 1 p.; 20.3 cm.
  137. [1974, 15 Oct.:] Museum of Modern Art, New York City To [James Broughton], Sam Anselmo, Cal. Announcement of forthcoming show by Jess. Postcard. 1 p.; 10.4 cm.
  138. 1974, 7 Nov.: [Triem], Eve, 1902- Seattle To Jacques [Broughton]. Sends him birthday greetings; describes her birthday and golden wedding anniversay. Typed Letter Signed. 1 p.; 28 cm.
  139. 1974, 14 Nov.: Kessler, Chester To Jim [Broughton]. Finds his films becoming "sharper and more poignant.". Autograph Letter Signed. 1 p.; 10 cm.
  140. 1974, 28 Nov.: Baillie, Bruce, Annondale-on-Hudson, N.Y. To James Broughton. Sends him a bird badge "for excellence in the field." Autograph Letter Signed. 1 p.; 26.6 cm.
  141. 1974, 29 Nov.: [Broughton, James Richard, 1913- ] To Jonas [Mekas]. Updates him on Jerome Foundation situation; feels puzzled by Anthology's programming; describes reaction to Testament; inquires about funding for preservation. Typed Letter (carbon). 1 p.; 27.9 cm.
  142. 1974, 30 Nov.: [Brakhage], Stan To James [Broughton]. Quotes from John LeCarre and Walter Noble Burns; comment on Testament; plans to dedicateThe Stars Are Beautiful to Broughton. Typed Letter Signed. 1 p.; 28 cm.
  143. [1974, Nov.]: [Medas], Jonas, New York City. To James [Broughton]. Sends "new born identification" as birth announcement. Autograph Letter Signed. 1 p.; 28 cm.
  144. 1974, 18 Dec.: [Brakhage], Stan To James [Broughton]. Delighted that his son will visit; suggests a film trade; comments on Kenneth Anger; discusses House vote against American Film Institute. Typed Letter Signed. 2 p.; 28 cm.
  145. 1974, 28 Dec.: [Triem], Eve, 1902- , Seattle To Jaime [Broughton]. Has written fewer Christmas notes; records reaction to her Marilyn Monroe poem; discusses her husband. Typed Card Signte. 2 p.; 7.6 cm.
  146. 1974, 29 Dec.: [Brakhage], Stan To James and Suzanna [Broughton]. Presents impresions of Orion's visit; mentions Anthology problems. Typed Letter Signed. 2 p.; 28 cm.
  147. Undated. [1974]: [Triem],Eve, 1902- , Seattle To Jacques [Broughton]. Sends poems for his name day; discusses husband. Typed Card Signed. 2 p.; 7.6 cm.
  148. [1974?]: Linkwitch, Barbara To James [Broughton]. Thanks him for Testament. Autograph Card Signed. 1 p.; 11.6 cm.
  149. 1975, 5 Jan.: [Broughton, James Richard, 1913- ], To Stan and Jane [Brakhage]. Thanks them for hosting Orion and for the dedication of The Stars Are Beautiful; states disagreement with Jonas Mekas about Anthology. Typed Letter (carbon). 1 p.; 28 cm.
  150. 1975, 9 Jan.: [Brakhage], Stan To James and Suzanna [Broughton]. Comments on Orion's visit; discusses disciplining children; alludes to problems with Jonas Mekas and Jacques Ledonx; quotes poem by H.B. Typed Letter Signed. 2 p.; 28 cm.
  151. 1975, 17 Jan.: Hedgbeth, Llewellyn H., New York City To Mr. [James] Broughton, Mill Valley, Cal. Was interested to learn that Mother's Day began as adaption of The Playground. Typed Letter Signed. 1 p.; 27.9 cm.
  152. 1975, 2 Feb.: [Rapf], Maurice, Hanover, N.H. To Mr. [James] Broughton. Gives spring film courses at Dartmouth; asks if he relates to any of them; informs him of Bruce Baillie's residence. Typed Letter Signed. 1 p.; 21.7 cm.
  153. 1975, 6 Feb.: [Broughton,James Richard, 1913- ], To Mr. [Maurice] Rapf. Asks about possibilities of scheduling him at Dartmouth. Typed Letter (carbon). 1 p.; 28 cm.
  154. 1975, 9 Feb.: [Brakhage], Stan To James [Broughton]. Sends family's reaction to Testament; asks if he can show the film rental-free to his N.Y.U. class. Typed Letter Signed. 2 p.; 15.8 cm.
  155. 1975, 11 Mar.: Markopoulos, [Gregory J.], Paris To James Broughton, New York City. REquests return of his films; condems Anthology Film Archives. Typed Letter Signed. 1 p.; 29.6 cm.
  156. 1975, 14 April: [Anderson], Lindsay, 1923- , London To James [Broughton], San Anselmo, Cal. Has been lecturing in America; will direct What the Butler Saw. Autograph Postcard Signed. 1 p.; 12.6 cm.
  157. 1975, 28 May: [Brakhage], Stan To James [Broughton]. Responds to his letter; has been working on a series of short films not for release. Typed Letter Signed. 1 p.; 27.9 cm.
  158. 1975, 30 May: Myers, Dick To James [Broughton]. Thanks him for his "kind works about my film"; reports Mother's Day was one of the films which caused him to become a filmmaker. Autograph Letter Signed. 1 p.; 27.9 cm.
  159. [1975?], 13 June: [Adam], Henen, 1909- To James [Broughton]. Discusses Testament, Lancelot du Lac and a film by Stan Brakhage; mentions Rovert Duncan's health. Autograph Letter Signed. 4 p.; 21.5 cm.
  160. 1975, 24 June: [Williams],Jonathan, Highlands, N.C. To [James Broughton], Asks him to introduce Niland Mortimer to San Francisco; hopes to seal archives to Chapel Hill. Typed Letter Signed. 4 p.; 27.9 cm.
  161. 1975, 22 July: [Triem], Eve, 1902- , Seattle To Jacques [Broughton]. Comments on reception to a reading by Hellen Adam; her book has been delayed because Olivant Press vandalized; has been giving readings; saw Yeoman of the Guard for the first time. Typed Letter Signed. 2 p.; 20.3 cm.
  162. [1975, 18 Aug.]: [Adam], Helen, 1909- , Rockport, Mass. To Mr. & Mrs. James Broughton, San Anselmo, Cal. Enjoy being away from "the howling din of New York." Autograph Postcard Signed. 1p.; 9 cm.
  163. 1975, [Aug.]: [Triem], Eve, 1902- , Seattle To Jacques [Broughton]. Discusses enclosed poem; is directing an Experimental College poetry workshop; wishes word of Alfred Chester. Typed Letter Signed. 1 p.; 23.9 cm. Accompanied by "Woodcarving: OWL FAMILY." Typed Manuscript. 1 p.; 27.9 cm.
  164. [1975, 23 Oct.]: Myers, Dick, 1937- , [Kent, Ohio] To James [Broughton], Mill Valley, Cal. Thanks him; see San Francisco in his work. Autograph Postcard Signed. 1 p.; 8.8 cm.

Correspondence and Manuscripts, 1975, Nov. - 1978, no year

Box 15
Folder -- Contents

  1. 1975, 7 Nov.: Duncan, Robert Edward, 1919- "A First Recitation of Vowel Phonemes. Autograph Manuscript Signed. 1 p.; 27.9 cm. Attached to file folder on which Duncan has drawn and written.
  2. 1975, 30 Nov.: [Moorman], Charlotte, New York City To James Broughton. Thanks him for participation in Avant Garde Festival. Form Letter Signed. (A. Addenda). 1 p.; 27.9 cm.
  3. [1975, Dec.]: [Triem], Eve, 1902- , Seattle To Jacques [Broughton]. Discusses her "domestic crisis." Autograph Card Signed. 2 p.; 10.9 cm. Accompanied by signed copy of her poem "Woodcarving: Owl Family."
  4. [1975?] 28 Dec.: [Martin], F[rancois], Carmel Valley, Cal. To James [Broughton]. Thanks him for The Water Circle; has been playing The Bard and the Harper for friends. Autograph Letter Signed. 2 p.; 28 cm.
  5. [1975]: [Dixon], Sally, Hamburg, Germany To James [Broughton], San Anselmo, California. Enjoyed his film. Autograph Postcard Signed. 1 p.; 10.5 cm.
  6. 1976, 21 Jan.: [Williams, Jonathan], Highlands, N.C. To [James Broughton]. Announces paperback edition of A Long Undressing; invites him to come to New York. Typed Letter Signed. 1p.; 27.9 cm.
  7. 1976, 2 Feb.: [Osterman], Elizabeth, Aswan], San Anselmo, California. Has been visiting temple sites along the Nile. Autograph Postcard Signed. 1 p.; 10.2 cm.
  8. 1976, 6 Feb.: [Adam], Helen, 1909- , To James [Broughton]. Discusses poem ("Going Through Customs"); mentions Madelaine Gleason, Robin Blaser and members of Broughton's family. Autograph Letter Signed. 4 p.; 21.7 cm.
  9. 1976, 9 Feb.: [Triem], Eve, 1902- , Seattle To Jacques [Broughton]. Chronicles the decline of her husband; mentions Helen Adam and the Six. Typed Card Signed. 2 p.; 7.6 cm.
  10. 1976, 26 Feb.: [Triem], Eve, 1902- , Seattle To [James Broughton]. 'Book will be published in the fall; her husband improving at nursing home. Typed Card Signed. 2 p.; 10.7 cm.
  11. 1976, 21 April: [Triem], Eve, 1902- , Seattle To Jacques [Broughton]. Reports death of her husband. Typed Card Signed. 2 p.; 7.6 cm.
  12. 1976, 26 April: Broughton, James, 1913- "Homage to the great bear." Typed Essay. 8 p.; 27.8 cm. Accompanied by copy of same. Piece about Robert Duncan. Published in Credences 8/9 (March 1980).
  13. 1976, 18 June: [Lipzin], Janis, San Francisco To [James Broughton], Mill Valley, California. Thanks him for his letter. Autograph Postcard Signed. 1 p.; 10.2 cm.
  14. [1976], 10 July: [Adam], Helen, New York City To James [Broughton], Mill Valley, Cal. Describes Boulder; relates story of boy whose hair sang to him; tells of her three weeks at Haystack; relates Robert Duncan's news of Madeline Gleason. Autograph Letter Signed. 6 p.; 21.7 cm.
  15. [1976], 9 Aug.: [Greensfelder], Robert, San Juan, Cal. To James [Broughton], Mill Valley, Cal. Thanks him for Film Culture; Asks to see final version of Dreamwood. Autograph Postcard Signed. 1 p.; 11 cm.
  16. 1976, 15 Aug.: [Jacoby], Roger, Pittsburgh To James [Broughton], Mill Valley, Cal. Responds to his telephone call. Autograph Postcard Signed. 1 p.; 10.5 cm.
  17. [1976, 17 Aug.]: [Virgil], Carmen, San Rafael, California To James [Broughton], Mill Valley, California. Agrees to date for showing John Luther's film; asks if he knows Chester Kessler. Typed Postcard Signed. 1 p.; 9 cm.
  18. [1976, 20 Aug.]: [Dixon], Sally, Pittsburgh To [James Broughton], Mill Valley, California. Is moving to Denver. Autograph Postcard Signed. 1 p.; 10.5 cm.
  19. 1976, 3 Sept.: [Triem], Eve, 1902- , Seattle To Jacques [Broughton]. Observes "it's the celebration motif that unites us"; considers moving; appraises David Wagoner's reading. Typed Letter Signed. 1 p.; 22.8 cm.
  20. 1976, 5 Oct.: Beath, Linda, Toronto To James [Broughton], Mill Valley, Cal. Advises him about problems in setting up a visit. Autograph Postcard Signed. 1 p.; 12.7 cm.
  21. 1976, 6 Oct.: Hoffman, Michael, Millerton, N.Y. To James [Broughton], Mill Valley, Cal. Is suggesting to Jonathan Williams a paperback edition of A Long Undressing. Typed Letter Signed. 1 p.; 27.8 cm.
  22. 1976, 15 Nov.: [Williams, Jonathan], Highlands, N.C. To [James Broughton]. Gives him permission to reprint High Kukus; plans to shift distribution of Jargon Books from Michael Hoffman to Jonathan Greene. Typed Letter Signed. 1 p.; 28 cm.
  23. 1976, 23 Nov.: [Dodds], John, 1922- , Universal City, Cal. To James [Broughton]. Thanks him for sending book; suggests rebirth of Centaur Press. Autograph Letter Signed. 2 p.; 21.6 cm.
  24. 1976, 8 Dec.: [Triem], Eve, 1902- , To Jacques [Broughton]. Sends gifts; has been trying to move. Typed Card Signed. 2 p.; 10.1 cm.
  25. 1976: Broughton, James, 1913- Going through customs. Proofs. 6 p.; 27.8 cm. Accompanied by envelope containing 14 drawings. Published by Arion Press (Spec Coll PS 3503 .R759G65).
  26. 1976: Broughton, James, 1913- Odes for odd occasions 1956-1976. Typed Manuscript (copy). 40 p.; 27.9 cm. In blue binder. Published by Man Root (Spec Coll PS 3503 .R759 O3). Accompanied by two other versions of the book and file folders of drawings and files of some of the poems.
  27. [1976]: Broughton, James, 1913- Seeing the light: a poetics of cinema. Typed Manuscript. 45 p.; 28 cm. Published by City Lights (Spec Coll PN 1995 .B74). Accompanied by copy of text.
  28. [1977?] 10 Jan.: [Adam], Helen, 1909- , To James [Broughton]. Thanks him for and discusses Erogeny. Autograph Card Signed. 3 p.; 11 cm.
  29. 1977, 8 Mar.: [Broughton, James Richard, 1913- ], "Windowmobile." Typed Poem. 4 p.; 28 cm. Accompanied by earlier drafts and copy of completed work.
  30. 1977, 30 Mar.: [Broughton], James, 1913- , Mill Valley, Cal. To Ed Field. Sends poems; asks if he's seen his films, Typed Letter Signed. 1 p.; 27.9 cm.
  31. 1977, [10 April]: Davenport, Guy, Lexington, Ky. To James Broughton. HOpes to see him. Typed Card Signed. 1 p.; 8.9 cm.
  32. [1977], 22 April: [Adam], Helen, 1909- , New York City To James [Broughton]. Discusses conditions of a return to San Francisco. Autograph Letter Signed. 3 p.; 21.7 cm.
  33. 1977, 12 May: [Triem], Eve, 1902- , Seattle To Jacques [Broughton]. Calls him "one of my guardian angels"; describes troubles. Typed Letter Signed 1 p.; 27.8 cm. Accompanied by "J.S. Bach Concert", Typed Poem Signed. 1 p.; 27.8 cm.
  34. 1977, [12 May]: [Williams, Jonathan], Highlands, N.C. To [James Broughton]. Likes the look of Seeing the Light; tells of current travels. Typed Letter Signed. 1 p.; 27.9 cm.
  35. [1977], 14 May: [Baillie], "Tom" [Bruce], Annondale-on-Hudson, N.Y. To James [Broughton], Mill Valley, Cal. Looking for residence and work on west coast. Autograph Postcard Signed. 1 p.; 8.2 cm.
  36. 1977, 15 May: [Williams], Jonathan, Highlands, N.C. To [James Broughton], Mill Valley, Cal. Thanks him for dedication in book just received. Typed Postcard Signed. 1 p.; 10.2 cm.
  37. [1977, 20 May]: Ginsbert, Allen, 1926- , [San Francisco] To James [Broughton], Mill Valley, Cal.] Tries to arrange reading at Naropa Institute. Autograph Postcard Signed. 1 p.; 8.3 cm.
  38. [1977], 14 June: [Field], Ed, 1924- , New York City To James Broughton. Asks to see more poems; hopes he'll visit. Typed Letter Signed. 1 p.; 28 cm.
  39. [1977, June]: Bontempi, A. To James B[roughton]. Will miss his book party. Autograph Letter Signed. 1 p.; 22.9 cm. Accompanied by "Coming Home," Typed Manuscript. 1 p.; 27.9 cm.
  40. [1977, July]: [Triem], Eve, 1902- , To Jacques [Broughton]. Writes she doesn't "feel alive unless I am making a new poem"; publishing new poems; misses her husband. Autograph Letter Signed. 2 p.; 19.6 cm.
  41. 1977, 2 Sept.: [Codrescu], Andrei, 1946- , To James Broughton. Expresses admiration for his work; would like to meet him. Autograph Letter Signed. 1 p.; 27.9 cm. Removed from Spec Coll PS3553.O3 M3.
  42. 1977, 8 Sept.: [LeGrice], Malcolm To James [Broughton]. Discusses lecturing; hopes to see him soon. Typed Letter Signed. 1 p.; 27.9 cm.
  43. 1977, 15 Sept.: [Broughton, James Richard, 1913- ] "Song of the Godbody." Autograph Poem. 13 p.; 28 cm. "First draft." Accompanied by revised typed drafts and "notes on Godbody Film, 28 July 77."
  44. [1977, Oct.]: [Donnelley], Daidie. To James [Broughton]. Thanks him for visit; explains her "withdrawnness." Autograph Letter Signed. 2 p.; 28.1 cm.
  45. 1977, 6 Nov.: [Hamblin], Kay,Ross, Cal. To James [Broughton]. Requests permission to uote him in her book. Typed Letter Signed. 2 p.; 20.4 cm
  46. 1977, 10 Nov.: Guest book. Printed Manuscript Signed 26 leaves, 14 cm. For James Broughton's birthday; signed by Ronald Johnson, George Kuchar, Curt McDowell and others.
  47. 1977 [Dec.]: Triem, Eve, 1902- , To [James Broughton] Suggests he use her card as a bookmark. Autograph Postcard Signed. 1 p; 8.8 cm.
  48. [1978, 24 Jan.]: Peters, Bob, Santa Ana, Cal. To James [Broughton], Mill Valley, Cal. Thanks him for book. Autograph Postcard Signed. 1 p.; 10.2 cm.
  49. 1978, 3 Feb.: [O'Connor], Margo To James [Broughton] and Joel [Singer]. Thanks them for helping her through crisis; plans to continue class. Autograph Letter Signed. 2 p.; 28 cm. Accompanied by Autograph Poem Signed. 1 p.; 28 cm.
  50. 1978, 8 Feb.: [Broughton, James], 1913- , To Mr. [Michael Davidson, La Jolla, Cal. Plans trip to San Diego; seeks reading. Typed Letter (carbon). 1 p.; 27.9 cm.
  51. 1978, 10 Feb.: [Perry, Ted], New York City To James [Broughton], Mill Valley, Cal. Enjoyed seeing his work. Typed Letter 1 p.; 28 cm.
  52. 1978, 12 Feb.: [Cannon], Terry, Pasadena,Cal. To James [Broughton], Mill Valley, Cal. Tries to arrange showing at the Pasadena Filmforum. Typed Letter Signed. 1 p.; 27.9 cm.
  53. 1978, 18 Feb.: [Broughton, James], 1913- , To Terry Cannon, Pasadena, Cal. Gives program; asks about accommodations. Typed Letter (carbon). 1 p.; 28 cm.
  54. 1978, 18 Feb.: [Broughton, James], 1913- , To Stan [Lawder]. Lists films he'll show; suggests Joel Singer bring his work; discusses faculty positions. Typed Letter (carbon). 1 p.; 28 cm.
  55. [1978, Feb.]: Davidson, Michael, 1944 , La Jolla, Cal. To Mr. [James] Broughton, Mill Valley, Cal. Would like to see his films; has no funds at present. Typed Letter Signed. 1 p.; 28 cm.
  56. 1978, 7 Mar.: [Fisher], Morgan, Santa Monica, Cal. To Mr. [James] Broughton, Mill Valley, Cal. Offers him film showing; asks if he can send films early for review. Typed Letter Signed. 1 p.; 27.8 cm.
  57. 1978, 26 Mar.: [Fisher], Morgan, Santa Monica, Cal. To Mr. [James] Broughton. Thanks him for material about his films; expreses regret at honorarium. Typed Letter Signed. 1 p.; 28 cm.
  58. 1978, 27 Mar.: [Broughton, James], 1913- , To Standish [Lawder]. Expresses regret at not getting faculty position; seeks confirmation for film showing. Typed Letter (carbon). 1 p.; 28 cm.
  59. 1978, 27 Mar.: [Strand], Chick To James [Broughton]. Offers him money for speaking to her class. Autograph Letter Signed. 1 p.; 27.9 cm.
  60. [1978, Mar.]: [Broughton, James], 1913- , To Morgan [Fisher] Lists films he'll show; will send films; asks about housing. Autograph Letter (draft). 2 p.; 22.9 cm.
  61. 1978, 8 June: [Triem], Eve, 1902- , Seattle To James [Broughton]. Has written no poems since heart problems; was pleased to received award for The Process; mentions David Wagoner and Carolyn Kizer. Typed Letter Signed. 2 p. 10.2 cm.
  62. 1978, 29 June: Dornan, Barbara, San Francisco To Mr. [James] Broughton, Mill Valley, Cal. Confirms date of his court hearing. Typed Letter Signed. 1 p.; 27.9 cm.
  63. 1978, July [Broughton, James], 1913- Masque for an Androgyne wedding. Typed Document 10 p.; 27.9 cm. Included poems and master copy. Accompanied by two copies, worksheets of earler versions, included poems and master copy for invitation.
  64. 1978, July: Tabernik, Joan Watts To [James Broughton]. Invites him to the interment of Alan Watts' ashes. Printed Manuscript. 1 p.; 17.4 cm.
  65. 1978, 3 Aug.: Fishkin, Mark, Mill Valley, Cal. To Mr. [James] Broughton. Thanks him for help on film festival.Typed Letter Signed. 1 p.; 28 cm.
  66. 1978, 11 Aug.: [Broughton, James], 1913- "I hope you are all feeling festive." Typed Document. 2 p.; 12.7 cm. Introduction to a film festival. Accompanied by notebook page and two typed pages.
  67. 1978, 21 Aug.: Klein, Robert and Cecil E Riordan, San Rafael, Cal. To James [Broughton] and Joel [Singer]. Inform them Windowmobile has won an honorable mention at the 8th Annual Marin County National Film Competition. Typed Letter Signed. 1 p.; 28 cm.
  68. 1978, 29 Aug.: [Broughton, James], 1913- [Outline for University of Toronto performance]. Typed Document. 1 p.; 27.9 cm.
  69. 1978, 29 Aug.: [Broughton, James, 1913- ], Toronto To _____. Discusses "the flutter and flit of all that flies." Autograph Postcard Signed. 1 p. 10.1 cm.
  70. 1978, 31 Aug.: Jessup, Richard N., Mill Valley, Cal. To Mr. [James] Broughton, Mill Valley, Cal. Thanks him for his work on the First Annual Film Festival. Typed Letter Signed. 1 p.; 28 cm.
  71. 1978, Sept.-Nov.: [Broughton, James, 1913- ] Lecture notes. Autograph/Typed Manuscript. 18 p.; 20.3 cm. Prepared for classes at the San Francisco Art Institute.
  72. 1978, 9 Oct.: [Broughton, James], 1913- Image. Image-making. Autograph Document. 5 p.; 20.2 cm. Notes for a lecture on silent film.
  73. 1978, 7 Nov.: [Williams], Jonathan, Dentdale, England To [James Broughton], Mill Valley, Cal. Sends birthday greetings; reports date of return to Highlands. Typed Postcard Signed. 1 p.; 9.1 cm.
  74. 1978, 9 Nov.: [Broughton, James], 1913- Cue Sheet. Typed Document (carbon). 1 p.; 28 cm.
  75. 1978, 21 Nov.: [Williams], Jonathan, Dentdale, England To [James Broughton], Mill Valley, Cal. Invites him to birthday celebrations. Typed Postcard Signed. 1 p.; 12.8 cm.
  76. [1978]: Broughton, James, 1913- Review of This Light Will Spread. Typed Document. 3 p.; 27.9 cm. The book (Spec Coll PS 3563 .A654 T55) is a selection of poems by Paul Mariah.
  77. 1979, 26 Jan.: [Colaizzo], Jorge, Daly City To James [Broughton]. Sends Spanish and Portugese translations of The Water Circle; asks him to write letters of recommendation. Autograph Letter Signed. 2 p.; 21.6 cm. Accompanied by the translations.
  78. 1979, 27 Jan.: Norbutt, John, Brooklyn, N.Y. To Mr. J. Broughton. Works for former drug addicts in Bedford-Stuyvesant who have read his work asthat what gives a literary wrk importance. Typed Letter Signed. 1 p.; 28 cm.
  79. [1979, 8 Feb.] [Adam], Helen, 1909- , Salem, Ore. To James [Broughton], Mill Valley, Cal. Enjoys visiting Oregon. Autograph Postcard Signed. 1 p.; 10.2 cm.
  80. 1979, 16 Feb.: [Broughton, James], 1913- , To JOhn Norbutt. Explains that writing "comes out of the necessity of one's soul"; believes poets live for wonder. Typed Letter (carbon). 1 p.; 28 cm.
  81. 1979, Mar.: [Adam], Helen, 1909- , To James [Broughton]. Enjoyed her evening with him; describes trip home. Autograph Card Signed. 2 p.; 17.8 cm.
  82. 1979, 11 May: [Triem], Eve, 1902- , To James [Broughton]. Wasn't informed of memorial for Madeline Gleason; won Helen Bullis prize. Typed Card Signed. 2 p.; 7.7 cm. Accompanied by "Madeline Gleason Enters Paradise." Typed Poem Signed. 1 p.; 28.1 cm.
  83. 1979, 15 Aug.: [Field], Edward, 1924- , New York City To James Broughton. Sends him a friend's novel; requests blueb. Typed Letter Signed. 1 p.; 28 cm.
  84. 1981, 1 Nov.: Broughton, James, 1913- "The 'adventure' shirt. Autograph Essay Signed. 3 p.; 28 cm.
  85. [1985, April?]: Prokosch, Frederic, 1908- , France To Mr. [James] Broughton. Thanks him for his book. Autograph Letter Signed. 1 p.; 20.2 cm.
  86. [1985, May?]: Prokosch, Frederic, 1908- , [France] To Mr. [James] Broughton. Will be in Switzerland when he visits Antibes. Autograph Letter Signed. 1 p.; 21 cm.
  87. no year [3 Jan.]: [Wood], Olga, -1939, Yosemite, To Grandma [Broughton], Modesto, Cal. Thanks her for telegram. Autograph Postcard Signed. 1 p.; 8.7 cm.
  88. no year, 7 Jan.: [Berry], Neal To Jim [Broughton]. Quotes from a friend's letter. Typed Letter Signed. 2 p.; 15.2 cm.
  89. no year, 13 Jan.: [Caetani], Marguerite, Ninfa to James [Broughton]. Thanks him for "enchanting" book; hopes he is no longer angry; asks forgiveness. Autograph Letter Signed. 2 p.; 14.5 cm.
  90. no year 15 Jan.: [Adam],Helen, 1909- To James [Broughton] Thanks him for gifts and "your magic welcome of my book. Autograph Card Signed. 2 p.; 22 cm.
  91. no year, 20 Jan.: "Peter." To Jim [Broughton]. Appreciates his letter; would like to visit; discusses her reading. Autograph Letter Signed. 8 p. 20 .9
  92. no year, 23 Jan.: [Gamow], [Barbara], Perk[ins], Boulder, Col. To James [Broughton]. Discusses her husband. Typed Letter Signed. 1 p.; 27.8 cm.
  93. no year, 27 Jan.: [Levertov], Denise, 1923- , New York City To Jimmie [Broughton]. Explains why she couldn't attend films; catalogs sights at the Aquarium. Autograph Letter Signed. 3 p.; 12.5 cm.
  94. no year, 31 Jan.: [Levertov], Denise, 1923- , New York City To James [Broughton]. Calls New York "a grimy place!" Autograph Letter Signed. 1 p.; 27.9 cm.
  95. no year, 3 Feb.: B[aillie], "Billy" [Bruce], Annandale-on-Hudson, N.Y. To James [Broughton]. Wishes him well in Greece. Autograph Letter Signed. 1 p.; 9.4 cm. Mounted on verso of portrait of Anne Boffin.
  96. no year, 4 Feb.: [Moore], Rosalie, Larkspur, Cal. To James [Broughton]. Sends her list of selections for poetry award. Typed Letter Signed. 1 p.; 28 cm.
  97. no year, 8 Feb.: [Settle], Mary Lee To [James Broughton]. Notifies him of her arrival in New York. Autograph Letter Signed. 1 p.; 26.6 cm.
  98. no year, 10 Feb.: [Adam], Helen, 1909- , To James [Broughton]. Expresses disappointment at not being able to attend screening of Testament; mentions book party. Autograph Letter Signed. 2 p.; 27 cm.
  99. no year, 16 Feb.: Kizer, Carolyn To Jimmie [Broughton]. Asks for list of poets whose work he respects and an evaluation of his own work for a survey she's doing. Typed Letter Signed. 2 p.; 12.9 cm.
  100. no year, [Feb].: [Duncan, Robert Edward, 1919- [I've heard a report.] Autograph Manuscript (poem). 1 p.; 32.3 cm. Hand-made Valentine Card.
  101. no year, 7 Mar.: [Adam], Helen, 1909- , To James [Broughton]. Mentions his films, her trip to West Virginia and unicorns. Autograph Letter Signed. 3 p.; 26.7 cm.
  102. no year, 14 Mar.: [Ingram], Tom, Bridgewater, Somerset, England To James [Broughton]. Plans to marry and come to America; reports Alfred Chester is in London; mentions friends. Typed Letter Signed. 2 p.; 25.3 cm.
  103. no year, Mar.: [Brakhage], Stan, Los Angeles To Jimmy [Broughton]. Decides against "a Hollywood job"; asks about a screening in San Francisco; doesn't understand the problem with Robert Duncan and Jess Collins; discusses age. Typed Letter Signed. 1 p.; 28 cm.
  104. no year, 2 April: [Malter], Gloria To James [Broughton]. Sends him article on The Bed; invites him to lunch. Autograph Letter Signed. 2 p.; 18.4 cm.
  105. no year, 21 April: [Ingram], Tom, Congresbury, Somerset, England To James [Broughton], San Francisco. May travel in America; writes of mutual friends. Typed Letter Signed. 2 p.; 24.4 cm.
  106. no year, 12 May: [Adam], Helen, 1909- , [New York City] To James [Broughton]. Discusses playground and The Bed; gives the model for a character in one of her ghost stories. Autograph Letter Signed. 8 p.; 20.4 cm.
  107. no year, 30 May: [Baillie], Bruce To James [Broughton]. Recommends wines. Typed Letter Signed. 1 p.; 27.8 cm.
  108. no year, 1 June: Baillie, Bruce To James [Broughton]. Needs $7000 for next film; seeks funding. Typed Letter Signed. 1 p.; 27.9 cm.
  109. no year, 6 June: [Lambert], Gavin, Beverly Hills, Cal. To James [Broughton]. Thanks him for letter and poem; anticipates visit to San Francisco. Typed Letter Signed. 1 p.; 27.9 cm.
  110. no year, 10 June: [Triem], Eve, 1902- Notes on techniques for serenity. Autograph Manuscript Signed. 2 p.; 23 cm.
  111. no year, 11 June: [Broughton], Irwin, -1919, Yosemite To [Emilee Broughton]. Thanks her for box; describes washing procedures; appreciates having their own horses. Autograph Letter Signed. 6 p.; 20.2 cm.
  112. no year, 17 June?: [Creeley], Bob [Robert], 1926- , Albuquerque, New Mexico To Jimmy [Broughton]. Penciled note beneath typed manuscript of poem, "Please." Autograph Letter Signed. 1 p.; 28 cm.
  113. no year, 23 June: B[aillie], Bruce To James [Broughton]. Thanks him for book of poems. Autograph Letter Signed. 2 p.; 22.7 cm.
  114. no year, 24 June: [Sheets], K[ermit] To James [Broughton]. Presents summer activities and plans. Autograph Letter Signed. 3 p.; 12.4 cm.
  115. no year, 1 July: [Adam], Helen To James [Broughton]. Responds to three of his films; may make a film. Autograph Letter Signed. 3 p.; 18.4 cm.
  116. no year, 7 July: Alicie To Jamie [Broughton]. Would like to travel with him; has been sad. Autograph Letter Signed. 3 p.; 23.5 cm.
  117. no year, 14 July: [Kael], Pauline To James [Broughton]. Is busy with writing and travel; received letter from John Dodds. Autograph Letter Signed. 2 p.; 27.9 cm.
  118. no year, 15 July: [Triem], Eve, 1902- , To Jamie [Broughton]. Knowing him has been "a rewarding experience"; meditated on Psalm 42; discusses husband's schedule. Autograph Letter Signed. 2 p.; 14 cm.
  119. no year,18 July: [Aswell], Mary Lou, Santa Fe To James [Broughton]. Wishes him bon voyage; heard Stravinsky conduct; informs him of production of Jack Dunphy's play. Autograph Letter Signed. 2 p.; 26.7 cm.
  120. no year, 25 July: [Harris], Gertrude, Paris To [James Broughton and Kermit Sheets]. Describes travels met Aurora Sands; gossips about mutual friends. Typed Letter Signed. 4 p.; 27.8 cm. At foot of last page: Autograph Note from Zev.
  121. n.y, July: [Moore], Ben To James [Broughton], Paris. Gossips about mutual friends; saw the Becks' production of Phaedra. Typed Letter Signed. 2 p.; 27.9 cm.
  122. no year, July: [Moramarco], Sheila, Salt Lake City To James [Broughton]. Enjoys his poems; married Fred Moramarco who is working on a PhD. while she teaches junior high; has been corresponding with Ray Bradbury; sends regards from Kenneth Koch. Autograph Letter Signed. 4 p.; 23 cm.
  123. no year, 26 Aug.: Lee, K. To James [Broughton]. Asks if he knows Jim Wycherly; conveys message from William T. Wiley. Autograph Letter Signed. 1 p.; 28 cm.

Correspondence and Manuscripts, no year Sept.-Broughton, Suzanna

Box 16
Folder -- Contents

  1. no year, 6 Sept. Murphy, J.J. To James Broughton. Thanks him for awarding Monterey Film Festival prize to "Highway Landscape"; has completed three were films. Typed Letter Signed 1p.; 22.8 cm.
  2. no year, 22 Sept.: [Caetani], Marguerite, Paris To [James Broughton]. Asks him to send poems and a "newsy" letter. Autograph Letter Signed. 2 p.; 29.6 cm.
  3. no year, 25 Sept.: [Gamow], [Barbara] Perk[ins], New York City To James [Broughton], San Francisco. Chats; believes being an artist the only road to happiness. Typed Letter Signed. 1 p.; 21.6 cm.
  4. no year, [Sept.]: [Collins], Jess, 1923- "This Is The Box Pandora Shook." Typed Manuscript Signed (carbon). 1 p.; 12.8 cm.
  5. no year, 1 Oct.: [Moore], Ben To James [Broughton]. Attended party for John Ashbery; comments on The Pleasure Garden. Typed Letter Signed. 2 p.; 27.9 cm.
  6. no year, 13 Oct.: [Broughton], James, 1913- , Stinson Beach, Cal. To Kermit [Sheets], San Francisco. Lists items he wishes to keep. Typed Letter Signed. 1 p.; 28.1 cm.
  7. no year, 14 Oct.: [Greer], Mary To James [Broughton]. Thanks him for Sometimes, Always or Never. Autograph Letter Signed. 1 p.; 28 cm.
  8. no year, 22 Oct.: [Carpenter], Barth To [James Broughton and Kermit Sheets]. Read Broughton's poems to her class; describes student reaction. Autograph Letter Signed. 2 p.; 26.2 cm.
  9. no year, 29 Oct.: [Galor, Robert], Pittsburgh To James [Broughton]. Invites him to stay. Typed Letter Signed. 1 p.; 35.5 cm.
  10. no year, 1 Nov.: [Settle], Mary Lee To James [Broughton]. Describes her new place and circumstances; spent a day with Jean Garrign; has heard Karen Blixen is dying. Typed Letter Signed. 2 p.; 27.8 cm.
  11. no year, 3 Nov.: [Hart], Suzanna To [James Broughton]. Presents him with memorabilia dating back to her college days; reports she's had her ears pierced. Autograph Letter Signed. 1 p.; 27.9 cm.
  12. no year, 6 Nov.: [Auden], Wystan [Hugh], 1907-1973, New York City To James [Broughton[. Thanks him for letter; hopes he has read Tolkein. Autograph Letter Signed. 1 p.; 28 cm.
  13. no year 30 Nov.: N[ewton], D[ouglas], New York To [James Broughton]. Will arrive in California and hopes to see him. Autograph Letter Signed. 1 p.; 21.6 cm.
  14. no year 1 Dec.: [Kael], Pauline To James [Broughton]. Advises him of new address and telephone numbers. Autograph Letter Signed. 2 p.; 18.4 cm.
  15. no year, 19 Dec.: [Caetani], Marguerite, Rome To James [Broughton]. Rejects poems as the "too clever." Autograph Letter Signed. 2 p.; 14.6 cm.
  16. no year, 22 Dec.: [Carrigue], Jeane, 1912-1972 To [James Broughton]. A surreal letter concerning cats and returning to Europe. Autograph Letter Signed. 2 p.; 25.3 cm.
  17. no year, 29 Dec.: C[hilton], C[arroll] B[rent], New York City To [James Broughton]. Working on a play; hopes to see him. Typed Letter Signed. 1 p.; 27.8 cm. Accompanied by Chilton's "Let Us Spray."
  18. no year 30 Dec.: Herschberger, Ruth, New York City To James Broughton. Reports on Living Theater production of Many Loves; informs him of Jean Garrigne's return. Autograph Letter Signed. 2 p.; 27.8 cm.
  19. no year, [Dec.]: [Adam], Helen, 1909- , To [James Broughton]. Thanks him for Christmas gift. Autograph Note Signed. 1 p.; 20.6 cm Written on verso of illustrated bookmark.
  20. no year [Dec.]: [Duncan, Robert Edward, 1919- ] ["O Christmas Eve".] Typed Manuscript (poem). 1 p.; 13.5 cm. In hand-made Christmas card from Duncan and Jess Collins.
  21. Undated: Abbett, Mel. "The Gift." Typed Poem (carbon). 2 p.; 27.9 cm.
  22. 23. Undated: [Adam], Helen, 1909- Happy Easter. Autograph Card Signed. 1 p.; 30.7 cm. Hand-made card sent to James Broughton.
  23. Undated: [Adam], Helen, 1909- Harmless little minotaurs. Autograph Card Signed. 1 p.; 36.2 cm. Hand-made card sent to James Broughton.
  24. Undated: Adam, Helen, 1909- "The True Reason for the Dreadful Death of Master Rex Arundel." Typed Story. 36 p.[i.e. 37 p.]; 28 cm. Partial typescript clipped to xerox.
  25. Undated: [Adam], Helen, 1909- , To James [Broughton]. Recalls being chased by a bull at the age of 12; describes watching crabs; comments on set of Caligula; encloses "Ringstones." Autograph Letter Signed. 6 p.; 20.2 cm.
  26. Undated: [Adam], Helen, 1909- , [San Francisco] To James [Broughton]. Calls Burning Questions "one of the most beautiful things I have ever seen in the theater." Autograph Letter Signed. 3 p.; 20.3 cm.
  27. Undated: [Adam], Helen, 1909- , [San Francisco] To James [Broughton]. Comments on his reading and the poem "Naked Nameless." Autograph Letter Signed. 4 p.; 21.6 cm.
  28. Undated: [Adam], Helen, 1909- , To James [Broughton]. Discusses his changes of a play of hers. Autograph Letter Signed. 5 p.; 20.3 cm.
  29. Undated: [Adam], Helen, 1909- , To James [Broughton]. Comments on his play, How Pleasant It Is To Have Money. Autograph Letter Signed. 3 p.; 23 cm.
  30. Undated: [Adam], Helen, 1909- , To James [Broughton]. Comments on his poems and plays. Typed Letter Signed. 1 p.; 27.9 cm.
  31. Undated: [Adam], Helen, 1909- , San Francisco To James [Broughton]. Discusses his "internal torments." Autograph Letter Signed. 2 p.; 28 cm.
  32. Undated: [Adam], Helen, 1909- , [New York City] To James [Broughton]. Discusses his book; mentions play she was in. Autograph Card Signed. 3 p.; 15.9 cm.
  33. Undated: A[ndre], M[ichael] To [James Broughton]. Asks for contribution. Autgraph Postcard Signed. 1 p.; 8.9 cm.
  34. Undated: Andre, Michael, New York City To James Broughton. Informs him of piece in encyclopedia. Autograph Letter Signed. 1 p.; 21.6 cm.
  35. Undated: [Baillie], Bruce, Houston, Texas To James [Broughton]. Plans to return to Berkeley for the holidays. Autograph Letter Signed. 1 p.; 12.6 cm. Written on verso of Merry Christmas photo.
  36. Undated: [Bates], Florence Lenor To Jim [Broughton]. Discusses her home; would like to go to San Francisco. Autograph Letter Signed. 3 p.; 25.4 cm.
  37. Undated: [Beardsley], Charles To Jim [Broughton]. Enjoyed seeing him; will try to write a poem; returns book. Autograph Letter Signed. 4 p.; 26.4 cm.
  38. Undated: [Beardsley], Charles To Jim [Broughton]. Wrote a poem he wants to how him; discusses his life; hopes to see him. Autograph Letter Signed. 4 p.; 28 cm.
  39. Undated: [Beardsley], Charles, Los Gatos, Cal. To Jim [Broughton]. Received a letter from Broughton's aunt; discusses The Portrait of Dorian Gray; suggests a collaboration. Typed Letter Signed. 4 p.; 26.4 cm.
  40. Undated: [Beardsley], Charles To Jim [Broughton]. Enjoys their correspondence; defends his poem; is working on a project about radium. Autograph Letter Signed. 4 p.; 28 cm.
  41. Undated: [Brakhage], Crystal To James [Broughton]. Comments on The Bed. Autograph Letter Signed. 2 p.; 30.5 cm.
  42. Undated: Brakhage, Stan. "Buster Keaton." Typed Essay (carbon). 33 p.[i.e. 34 p.]; 28 cm.
  43. Undated: Brakhage, Stan. "Charlie Chaplin." Typed Essay (copy). 31[i.e.32]p.; 28 cm.
  44. Undated: Brakhage, Stan. "Dr. Caligari." Typed Essay (copy. 15[i.e. 16]p.; 28 cm.
  45. Undated: Brakhage, Stan. "James Broughton." Typed Essay (copy). 22[i.e. 23] p.; 28 cm.
  46. Undated: Brakhage, Stan. "Jean Vigo." Typed Essay (copy). 23[i.e. 24] p.; 28 cm.
  47. Undated: Broughton, Esto To Papa [Broughton]. Asks how he is; wishes she could be there. Autograph Letter Signed. 2 p.; 13.7 cm.
  48. Undated: [Broughton], Jimmie, 1913- [and] Buddy [Broughton], [Yosemite] To Grandma [Broughton], Modesto, Cal. Reports having fun in the snow. Autograph Postcard Signed. 1 p.; 8.7 cm.
  49. Undated: [Broughton, James Richard, 1913- ] Address book. Autograph Manuscript. 48 leaves; 12.3 cm. Bound in blue leatherette, stamped in gold; white endpapers; edges stained brown.
  50. Undated: [Broughton, James], 1913- Christmas cards
  51. Undated: [Broughton, James], 1913- Miscellaneous fan mail.
  52. Undated: [Broughton, James], 1913- "Ah! the parlor in the album." Typed Poem. 1 p.; 27.9 cm. Accompanied by earlier draft.
  53. Undated: Broughton, James, 1913- "All About It." Typed Manuscript. 35 p.; 28 cm. Collection of poems which later became final section of A Long Undressing.
  54. Undated: Broughton, James Richard, 1913- "Beauty Parlor." Autograph/Typed Manuscript. 26 p.; 27.8 cm. Notes toward a play.
  55. Undated: [Broughton, James Richard, 1913- ]. "The Great Horn Spoon." Typed/Autograph Manuscript. 33 leaves; 28 cm. Notes for and fragments of verse play, also called "Cantata" and "Calamus".
  56. Undated: [Broughton, James, 1913- ]. "He Sung Damn Dung." Typed Poem. 2 p.; 27.9 cm. Signed with the psuedonym Lawrence Richard Elwyn.
  57. Undated. : [Broughton, James Richard, 1913- ]. The History of Virgil McGuffey. Typed/Autograph Manuscript. 80 p.; 28 cm. Drafts of a play, with notes.
  58. Undated: Broughton, James, 1913- "The House in Modesto. Typed Manuscript. 150 p.; 28 cm. In original numbered folders, with notes. Accompanied by notebook, research and drafts of sections titled "I Lived as a Child", "The First White Bird" and "The Breath of Darkness".
  59. Undated: Broughton, James, 1913- "Huff! Puffle! Ho!" Typed Manuscript (copy). 21 p.; 27.9 cm. Collection of poems for children.
  60. Undated: [Broughton, James Richard, 1913- ]. "I Began Writing Poetry." Typed Essay. 1 p.; 28 cm.
  61. Undated: [Broughton, James Richard, 1913- ]. "The Last Gold Grape." Typed Story. 20 p.; 27.9 cm. Accompanied by page of autograph notes.
  62. Undated: Broughton, James, 1913- The Loves of Lionel. Typed Play (carbon). 111 p.; 27.9 cm. Accompanied by working notes.
  63. Undated: [Broughton, James, 1913 ]. [Miscellaneous poems]. Autograph/Typed Manuscript. 16 p.; 28 cm. Versions of published and unpublished poems from a period of years.
  64. Undated: [Broughton, James, 1913- A Modest Proposal for a Poets' Theatre. Typed Document (carbon). 1 p.; 27.9 cm. Accompanied by 4 p. of miscellaneous material from file folder marked "Poets Theatre."
  65. Undated: [Broughton, James Richard, 1913- ] My Malevolent Star. Typed Novel (carbon). 194 p.; 27.8 cm. Accompanied by notes.
  66. Undated: Broughton, James Richard, 1913- "My School-Day Autobiography." Autograph Manuscript. 91 leaves; 11.1 cm. Bound autograph book filled with limmericks.
  67. Undated: [Broughton, James, 1913- ]. "Not Very Free Verse." Typed Essay. 3 p.; 27.9 cm. Signed with the psuedonym Calvin Hutchinson.
  68. Undated: [Broughton, James Richard, 1913- ] "Poetry is an Adventure." Typed Essay. 2 p.; 28 cm.
  69. Undated: [Broughton, James Richard, 1913- ]. The Puzzled Centipede. Typed Play. 2 p.; 28.1 cm. Accompanied by typed page of notes headed "Episode: Lafcadio".
  70. Undated: [Broughton, James Richard, 1913- ]. Radio Station. Typed/Autograph Manuscript. 11 p.; 28.1 cm. Notes and dialog for a play.
  71. Undated: [Broughton, James Richard, 1913- ]. Robin Hood's Barn. Typed Manuscript. 24 leaves. 27.9 cm. Notes for a play. Missing from box 6-12-98.
  72. Undated: Broughton, James R[ichard], 1913- Six Orchids. Typed/Autograph Manuscript Signed. 35 p.; 27.9 cm. Beginning, drafts and notes for a novel, probably begun in the lates 1930's.
  73. Undated: Broughton, James, 1913- Someone Just For You. Typed Manuscript. 21 p.; 27.9 cm. In a blue binder.
  74. Undated: Broughton, James, 1913- "Tadpole." Typed Story. 2 p.; 28 cm. Accompanied by page of drawings.
  75. Undated. [Broughton, James Richard, 1913- ] "Tango: epithalamion of Old Uncle Ovid." Typed Poem 1 p.; 21.2 cm.
  76. Undated: Broughton, Susznna. "Oh Now." Monoprint. 1 leaf; 25 cm.

Correspondence and Manuscripts, Undated. C-Z

Box 17
Folder -- Contents

  1. Undated: [Caen], Herb, San Francisco To Jim [Broughton]. Thanks him for "evocative letter." Typed Letter Signed. 1 p.; 17.6 cm.
  2. Undated: [Collins], Jess, 1923- "The Mister of E. Mage." Typed Manuscript Signed (poem). 2 p.; 27.9 cm.
  3. Undated: [Collins], Jess, 1923- "Sparrowspring." Typed Manuscript Signed (carbon). 1 p.; 27.9 cm.
  4. Undated. [Deemer], Bill, 1945- , To James [Broughton]. Informs him he'll make "inquires about the show"; written on mss. of 6 poems. Autograph Letter Signed. 1 p.; 28 cm.
  5. Undated. [Deemer], Bill, 1945- , [Eugene, Ore.] To James [Broughton]. Encloses Mother Geese-For James Broughton. Autograph Letter Signed. 2 p.; 28 cm. Enclosed is a mss. book of 5 leaves bound in green boards with the colophon: "Edition limited to Green for JImmy." 14.1 cm.
  6. Undated: [Deemer], Bill, 1945- , To James [Broughton]. Attempts to arrange reading; remembers he acted in The Last Word in high school. Autograph Letter Signed. 2 p.; 28.1 cm.
  7. Undated: [Deemer], Bill, 1945- , To Jimmy [Broughton]. Sends "Ryoken", poem in memory of Alan Wats, mentions Emily Dickinson. Typed Letter Signed. 1 p.; 27.9 cm.
  8. Undated: [Deemer], Bill, 1945- , To James [Broughton]. Suggests they edit an anthology of High Kuku poems. Typed Letter Signed. 1 p.; 24.1 cm.
  9. Undated: [Deemer], Bill, 1945- , To James [Broughton]. Can't arrange money for visit hopes to see Broughton on visit on Bay area. Autograph Letter Signed. 2 p.; 28 cm.
  10. Undated: [Deemer], Bill, 1945- , To James [Broughton.] Postpones trip; tries to raise reading fee. Autograph Letter Signed. Autograph Letter Signed. 1 p.; 24.1 cm.
  11. Undated: Deemer, Bill, 1945- "How To Watch Movies." Typed Poem Signed. 1 p.; 24.1 cm. Dedicated to James Broughton; this copy sent to him with autograph note.
  12. Undated: Deemer, Bill A note on James Broughton's "High Kukus". Typed Essay Signed. 1 p.; 28 cm.
  13. Undated: [Dixon], Sally To James [Broughton]. Hopes his family problems are resolved; wants him to return to Pittsburgh. Autograph Letter Signed. 2 p.; 21.7 cm.
  14. Undated: [Duncan, Robert Edward, 1919- ], To [James Broughton]. Reports Anais Nin took her books, plans to publish her own work. Typed Letter. 1 p.; 27.8 cm.
  15. Undated: [Duncan, Robert Edward, 1919- ] [Poems]. Typed Manuscript. 3 p.; 27.8 cm. Includes "5 Pieces," "Hero Song," "A Painter of Sunday," "An Imaginary Woman" and "Sensational News."
  16. Undated: D[uncan], R[obert], 1919- Upon a Professor Reading Yeats. Drawing. 1 p.; 21.7 cm. Mounted on gray paper.
  17. Undated: [Duncan, Robert Edward, 1919- ] [We said: the honey was rare.] Autograph Manuscript (poem). 2 p.; 21.6 cm.
  18. Undated: [Else], Jon, Portola Valley, Cal. To James [Broughotn]. Enjoyed his visit; encloses partial payment. Autograph Letter Signed. 1 p.; 27.9 cm.
  19. Undated: [Garrigue], J[ean], 1912-1972 To James [Broughton]. Has been getting book to publisher; relates encounter with Mary Lee; gossips about Alfred Chester; advises that Arthur Gregor will be sending a play. Autograph Letter Signed. 2 p.; 27.9 cm.
  20. Undated: [Garrigue], Jean, 1912-1972 To James [Broughton]. Is going to Europe on a fellowship to write a novel; reports Frank O'Hara wants to review Broughton's book; considers magazines that might review it. Typed Letter Signed. 2 p.; 27.9 cm.
  21. Undated: [Gieling, John]. Recorded in actual live performance. Typed Poem. 1 p.; 27.9 cm.
  22. Undated: [Gieling, John]. "The truth of impacted wisdom." Typed Poem. 1 p.; 27.9 cm.
  23. Undated: [Gleason], Madeline To James [Broughton] and Kermit [Sheets]. Discusses general state of contemporary poetry; comments on her exhibition; Weldon Kees "enormously pleased" with her paintings. Typed Letter Signed. 1 p.; 27.8 cm. Accompanied by exhibition brochure and newspaper review.
  24. Undated: [Gleason], Madeline To [James Broughton and Kermit Sheets]. Thanks him for gifts; discusses a production of The Playground and the film Mother's Day; plans to see Robert Duncan about a Centaur Press Book. Typed Letter Signed. 1 p.; 28 cm.
  25. Undated: [Gleason], Madeline To James [Broughton]. Refers to McCarthyism; mentions Robert Duncan, Robin Blaser, John Edmunds and Kathleen Raine. Typed Letter Signed. 2 p.; 28 cm.
  26. Undated: [Gleason], Madeline, San Francisco To [James Broughotn and Kermit Sheets]. Discusses general climate of the country; is saddened by the end of Centaur Press; revives "Summer" poem. Typed Letter Signed. 2 p.; 28 cm.
  27. Undated: [Gleason], Madeline To James [Broughton]. Comments on his article, "Poetry and Film"; likes the poems of Marianne Moore; has been ill; reports Robert Duncan's news of Charles Olson and Origin. Typed Letter Signed. 2 p.; 20.3 cm.
  28. Undated: [Gleason], Madeline To James [Broughton]. Anticipates seeing his new film; reacts to hearing Theodore Roethke read; relates dream. Typed Letter Signed. 1 p.; 26 cm.
  29. Undated: [Gleason], Madeline To James [Broughton] and Kermit [Sheets]. Wishes they were back; discusses Centaur Press; is selling paintings; comments on Adlai Stevenson. Typed Letter Signed. 1 p.; 28 cm.
  30. Undated: [Gleason], Madeline To [James Broughton and Kermit Sheets]. Reports Robert Duncan "is going to get busy with the press"; hopes to have a show of paintings; finished Numbers: One to Ten; comments on Duncan's source of inspiration. Typed Letter Signed. 2 p.; 28 cm.
  31. Undated: [Gleason, Madeline , San Francisco To [James Broughton and Kermit Sheets]. Offers to host them upon their return; discusses her new poems; asks them to tell Robert Duncan she loves him. Typed Letter Signed. 1 p.; 28 cm. On verso: Autograph Letter Signed from Barth Carpenter.
  32. Undated: Gleason, Madeline. "Concerto for Bell and Telephone." Typed Poem. 6 p.; 28 cm.
  33. Undated: Gleason, Madeline. "Dear Young." Typed Poem. 2 p.; 27.8 cm.
  34. Undated: Gleason, Madeline. "Drama." Typed Poem. 1 p.; 28 cm.
  35. Undated: Gleason, Madeline. "It Is Not Always." Typed Poem. 1 p.; 28 cm.
  36. Undated: Gleason, Madeline. "Numbers: one to ten." Typed Poem. 4 p.; 27.8 cm.
  37. Undated: Gleason, Madeline. "Once and Upon." Typed Poem. 2 p.; 28 cm.
  38. Undated: Gleason, Madeline. "A Somebody's Penseroso." Typed Poem. 7 p.; 28 cm.
  39. Undated: Gleason, Madeline. "Wish Springsummer."
  40. Undated: [Gleason, Madeline] "The Witch and the Poets." Typed Poem. 6 p.; 28 cm.
  41. Undated: [Greer, Howard] To [James Broughton]. Comments on photograph. Typed Letter Signed. 1 p.; 27.9 cm.
  42. Undated: [Greer, Howard], Hollywood To [James Broughton]. Explains why he has a hangover. Typed Letter Signed. 1 p.; 27.5 cm.
  43. Undated: [Greer, Howard], Hollywood To [James Broughton]. Reviews his comments on play; plans to move. Typed Letter Signed. 2 p.; 27.5 cm.
  44. Undated: [Greer, Howard] To [James Broughton]. Describes Lloyd Partages' party; looks forward to traveling. Typed Letter Signed. 2 p.; 27.9 cm.
  45. n.d: [Greer, Howard] To [James Broughton]. Describes evening at Adrian's; discusses Frederic Prokosch; decides after talking to Anna May Wong, to go to China. Typed Letter Signed. 2 p.; 27.9 cm.
  46. Undated: [Greer, Howard] To [James Broughton]. Wants to go to China with him. Typed Letter Signed. 2 p.; 27.9 cm.
  47. Undated: [Greer, Howard], Hollywood To [James Broughton]. Plans dinner for Dorothy Parker and friends. Typed Letter Signed. 2 p.; 27.5 cm.
  48. Undated: [Greer, Howard] To [James Broughton]. Describes motoring out of San Francisco. Typed Letter Signed. 1 p.; 27.9 cm.
  49. Undated: [Greer, Howard], Hollywood To [James Broughton]. Responds to his letter. Autograph Letter Signed. 3 p.; 18.4 cm.
  50. Undated: [Greer, Howard], Hollywood To [James Broughton]. Will be unable to be in San Francisco for Broughton's birthday. Typed Letter Signed. 1 p.; 26.7 cm.
  51. Undated: [Greer, Howard], Hollywood To J[ames] Broughton, San Francisco. Gossips about mutual friends. Typed Letter Signed. 1 p.; 18.3 cm.
  52. Undated: [Greer, Howard], Hollywood To [James Broughton], San Francisco. Thanks him for etching. Typed Letter Signed. 1 p.; 27.9 cm.
  53. Undated: [Greer], Mary To James [Broughton]. Quotes Coleridge to describe dffect of his poems; has had the flu. Autograph Letter Signed. 4 p.; 21.5 cm.
  54. Undated: Halprin, Ann To James [Broughton]. Reacts to his "Sun. eve. program." Autograph Letter Signed. 2 p.; 10 cm.
  55. [Hart, Suzanna] To [James Broughton]. Refers to personal matter. Autograph Letter. 1 p.; 21 cm.
  56. Undated: [Hart, Suzanna]. [Comic strip]. Drawings. 44 p.; 28 cm. Ink and pencil drawings for proposed strip.
  57. Undated: Hart, Suzanna. [Illustrations for Musical chairs]. 61 p.; 27.9 cm. "Sample drawings" for James Broughton's book.
  58. Undated: H[oward], C[harles] To James [Broughton]. Appreciates the "light touch" of his poetry. Autograph Card Signed. 2 p.; 10.2 cm.
  59. Undated: [Johnson], Jacqueline To James [Broughton]. Thanks him for scarf; wishes they could share Christmas dinner. Autograph Note Signed. 1 p.; 8.6 cm.
  60. Undated: [Johnson], Ron, San Francisco To [James Broughton]. Invitation to a party for Thomas Meyer and Jonathan Williams. Xerox announcement Signed. 1 p.; 27.6 cm.
  61. Undated: [Justema], Billy To James [Broughton]. Calls off working together on The Oracle; blesses Josephine Miles "for her enthusiasm." Autograph Letter Signed. 2 p.; 21.4 cm.
  62. Undated: [Justema], B[illy], Chicago To James [Broughton]. Discusses their relationship. Autograph Letter Signed. 2 p.; 27.8 cm.
  63. Undated: Kent, Alice, Mexico To James Broughton. Asks him to send coy of his record to a relative; would like to meet him. Autograph Letter Signed. 1 p.; 27.8 cm.
  64. Undated: [Lambert], Gavin, Hollywood To James [Broughton], Kermit [Sheets]. Describes the pool at the Chateau Marmont and an evening of Curtis Harrington films. Typed Letter Signed. 1 p.; 27.9 cm.
  65. Undated: Lawder, Stan, New Haven, Conn. To Mr. [James] Broughton. Likes The Bed; would like new work for Yale Film Festival. Autograph Letter Signed. 1 p.; 27.9 cm.
  66. Undated: Levene, Carol To James [Broughton]. Thanks him for The Bed. Autograph Card Signed. 1 p.; 15.3 cm.
  67. Undated: Liggett, Walter. "When Time Becomes Pain." Typed Poem Signed. 1 p.; 28 cm.
  68. Undated: [Logue], Christopher, London To James [Broughton]. Fills in background on his leaving Merlin; questions Marguerite Caetani's literary judgement. Typed Letter Signed. 2 p.; 27.5 cm.
  69. Undated: Lunt, Alfred, Genesee Depot, Wis. To Mr. [James] Broughton. Thanks him for letter and plays he has read but is unable to do. Autograph Letter Signed. 1 p.; 26.3 cm.
  70. Undated: [Maas], Willard, Texas To James Broughton. Discusses travels and future plans. Typed Letter Signed. 1 p.; 27.9 cm. Accompanied by publicity release about Maas. 3 leaves; 27.9 cm.
  71. Undated: [Maas], Will[ard], New York City To James [Broughton]. Invites him to Christmas party; gossips. Typed Letter Signed. 1 p.; 28.1 cm.
  72. Undated: [Maas], Will[ard], New York To James [Broughton]. Describes financial plight; asks him to donate rental on a film for a benefit; comments on The Playground. Typed Letter. 2 p.; 28.2 cm.
  73. Undated: [Maas], Will[ard] To James [Broughton]. Wants to begin new film; asks his help in showing Narcissus in San Francisco. Typed Letter. 2 p.; 28 cm.
  74. Undated: [Maas], Will[ard], New York City To James [Broughton]. Describes room; discusses reworking a film; gossips. Typed Letter Signed. 2 p.; 28.1 cm.
  75. Undated: [Maas], W[illard] To James [Broughton]. Written beneath copy of "Statement by Willard Maas and Marie Menken." Typed Letter Signed. 1 p.; 28.1 cm.
  76. Undated: [Maas, Willard], Staten Island, N.Y. To [James Broughton]. Asks for replacements of items stolen; plans European tour. Typed Letter. 2 p.; 28 cm.
  77. Undated: Mayorga, Margaret, 1894- , Roslyn, N.Y. To Mr. [James] Broughton. Hasn't heard of Sara Lawrence College production of Summer Fury. Autograph Letter Signed. 1 p.; 27.8 cm.
  78. Undated: [McClure], Michael To Jimmy [Broughton]. Asks if he will see Garf; suggests he send "any un-premiered plays" to Magic Theater. Autograph Card Signed. 1 p.; 17.8 cm. Written on card with McClure's poem "Komos."
  79. Undated: Miles, Jo[sephine], 1911- , To James Broughton. Inquires about his residency; is glad he likes Prefab. Autograph Letter Signed. 1 p.; 10 cm. Notations by Broughton on verse.
  80. Undated: [Moore], Ben, New York City To Jimmy [Broughton]. Relates reactions to a showing of Pleasure Garden. Autograph Letter Signed. 3 p.; 28.1 cm.
  81. Undated: [Moore], Ben To Jimmy [Broughton]. Requests a recommendation; comments on his relationship with Willard Maas. Typed Letter Signed. 1 p.; 27.9 cm.
  82. Undated: [Moore], Ben, New York City, To Jimmy [Broughton]. Comments on his book; describes people he works with. Autograph Letter Signed. 2 p.; 28.1 cm.
  83. Undated: [Moore], Ben To Jimmy [Broughton]. Has been thinking about him; complains about Raymond Robauer and Amos Vogel; working for a publishing house. Autograph Letter Signed. 2 p.; 27.9 cm.
  84. Undated: [Moore], Ben To Jimmy [Broughton], San Francisco. Hopes Pleasure Garden does well; wishes he could have seen Tamurlaine. Typed Letter Signed. 1 p.; 27.9 cm.
  85. Undated: [Moore], Ben To [James Broughton]. Quotes Hewett Cottrell Watson; met Rosalind Kossoff; attended reading by Frank O'Hara and John Ashbery. Typed Letter Signed. 2 p.; 27.9 cm.
  86. Undated: Moore, Marianne, 1887-1972 To James [Broughton] Thanks him for "The Sublime Madonna." Autograph Postcard Signed. 1 p.; 8.9 cm.
  87. Undated: Moss, Howard, 1922- , New York City To Mr. [James] Broughton. Returns poems. Typed Letter Signed. 1 p.; 17.8 cm.
  88. Undated: Nemerov, Howard To James Broughton. Accepts poem for magazine. Typed Card Signed. 1 p.; 7.7 cm.
  89. Undated: Nemerov, Howard To James Broughton. Likes "the kind of thing" he sent but would like to see more. Autograph Note Signed. 1 p.; 12.7 cm.
  90. Undated: [Nin], Anais, 1903-1977 To James [Broughton]. Mentions Willard Maas and Maya Deren; suggests exchanging their recent books; writes of appearing in Kenneth Anger's film. Autograph Letter Signed. 2 p.; 26.7 cm.
  91. Undated: [Nin], Anais, 1903-1977, New York City To James [Broughton]. Suggests traveling in France; describes promoting a film. Autograph Letter Signed. 2 p.; 26.3 cm.
  92. Undated: [Nin], Anais, 1903-1977, Sierra Madre, Cal. To James [Broughton]. Christmas note written on music sheet. Autograph Letter Signed. 3 p.; 8 cm.
  93. Undated: [Nin], Anais, 1903-1977, To James [Broughton]. Comments on book he sent her; reacts to seeing him. Autograph Letter Signed. 2 p.; 23 cm.
  94. Undated: [Oppen], George, Maine To James Broughton. Can't attend "celebration for your book." Autograph Letter Signed. 1p.; 27.8 cm.
  95. Undated: Pacio, Ed, San Francisco To Mr. [James] Broughton. Outlines his cinematic roots; wants him to see his films. Autograph Letter Signed. 4 p.; 25.3 cm.
  96. Undated: [Redle], Harry, West Vancouver To James [Broughton]. Has dropped plans for Broughton film festival; reports being "in trouble" at Canadian border for having negatives of Allen Ginsberg nude. Typed Letter. 1 p.; 27.6 cm.
  97. Undated: [Redle], Harry To James [Broughton]. Plans a return to San Francisco; encloses photographs. Typed Letter. 1 p.; 25.2 cm.
  98. Undated: Regan, Sheila, Rochester, N.Y. To Mr. [James] Broughton. Compares "The Sun is Shining in the Egg" with a Marc Chagall painting. Autograph Letter Signed. 2 p.; 17.8 cm.
  99. Undated: [Salt], Waldo, [Los Angeles] To Jim [Broughton]. Discusses adapting a play of Broughton's for the screen. Autograph Letter Signed. 2 p.; 24.1 cm.
  100. Undated: Schevill, Jim [James Erwin], 1920- , Berkeley, Cal. To Jim Broughton. Accepts "The Lighthouse Keeper's Offspring" for Berkeley ; wants to reproduce work by Lee Mullican. Typed Letter Signed. 1 p.; 26.2 cm.
  101. Undated: Schevill, Jim [James Erwin], 1920- , Berkeley, Cal. To Jim Broughton. Gives Centaur Press special advertising rates for Berkeley. Typed Letter Signed. 1 p.; 26.2 cm.
  102. Undated: Sharits, Paul To James [Broughton]. Congratulates him on winning San Francisco Film Festival prize; plans western visit. Autograph Letter Signed. 2p.; 20.2 cm.
  103. Undated: [Sheets], K[ermit] To [James Broughton]. Questions leaving Paris because of Broughton's health. Autograph Letter Signed. 1 p.; 27 cm.
  104. Undated: Siegler, Bob To James [Broughton]. Sends poems; hopes to meet with Broughton about his master's thesis. Typed Letter Signed. 1 p.; 28.1 cm. Accompanied by 6 p. of manuscript.
  105. Undated. [Thomas], Bill To James [Broughton]. Informs him Philip Whalen "had nice things to say about The Bed". Autograph Letter Signed. 1 p.; 21.6 cm.
  106. Undated. [Thomas], Bill To James [Broughton]. Explains printing delay. Typed Letter. 1 p.; 27.9 cm.
  107. Undated. [Thomas], Bill To James [Broughton]. Thanks him for sending Tidings; offers suggestions about Look Book. Autograph Letter Signed. 1 p.; 28 cm.
  108. Undated: [Thomas], Bill To James [Broughton]. Discusses type faces. Autograph Letter Signed. 1 p.; 27.8 cm.
  109. Undated: [Thomas], Bill To James [Broughton]. Discusses someone he hopes to do film with. Autograph Letter Signed. 2 p.; 28 cm.
  110. Undated: [Thomas], Bill To James [Broughton]. Sends him galleys of him boks; informs him Steve Gilbert will submit art work. Autography Letter Signed. 2 p.; 27.7 cm.
  111. Undated: [Thomas], Bill To James [Broughton]. Responds to Broughton about Broughton's feelings about Kukus.Autograph Letter. 1 p.; 27.7 about Kukus. Autograph Letter Signed. 1 p.; 27.7 cm.
  112. Undated: [Thomas], Bill To James [Broughton]. Hopes to have book set soon; wants Broughton to visit. Autograph Letter Signed. 2 p.; 27.8 cm.
  113. Undated: [Thomas], Bill To James [Broughton]. Sends proofs of All About It. Autographed Letter Signed. 1 p.; 30.5 cm. Accompanied by 2 p.; of proofs.
  114. Undated: [Thomas], Bill To James [Broughton]. Offers a Child's letter "to cheer us both us." Autograph Letter Signed. 1 p.; 27.9 cm.
  115. Undated: [Thomas], Bill To James [Broughton]. Requests drawing of a toad for his book. Autograph Letter Signed. 1 p.; 28 cm.
  116. Undated: [Thomas], Bill To James [Broughton]. Informs him of dates of forthcoming visit. Autograph Letter Signed. 1 p.; 27.9 cm.
  117. Undated: [Thomas], Bill To James [Broughton]. Thanks him "for all your good help and good feeling." Autograph Letter Signed. 2 p.; 27.8 cm.
  118. Undated: [Thomas], Bill To James [Broughton]. Comments on his family's visit with Broughton's. Autograph Letter Signed. 3 p.; 21.5 cm.
  119. Undated: [Thomas], Bill To James [Broughton]. Decides to publish What It Is; suggests art possibilities. Autograph Card Signed. 2 p.; 12.7 cm.
  120. Undated: [Thomas], Bill To James [Broughton]. Updates him on activities of Toad Press. Autograph Letter Signed. 1 p.; 27.9 cm.
  121. Undated: [Thomas], Bill To James [Broughton]. Discusses his films. Autograph Letter Signed. 2 p.; 22.8 cm.
  122. Undated: [Thomas], Bill To James [Broughton]. Announces he's putting on a "show" of readings and films to support a grant; requests use of his poem for flyer. Autograph Letter Signed. 4 p.; 27.8 cm.
  123. Undated: [Thomas], Bill To James [Broughton]. Discusses showing of Broughton's films and publication of his book. Typed Letter Signed. 2 p.; 28 cm.
  124. Undated: [Thomas], Bill To James [Broughton]. Announces he's "split from the wife;" that Broughton's book will be last from Toad Press; that he wants to travel. Autograph Letter Signed. 2 p.; 28 cm.
  125. Undated: [Thomas], Bill to James [Broughton]. Explains why his Toad Press hasn't yet published Broughton's book; tries to arrange film showing. Typed Letter Signed. 3 p.; 28 cm.
  126. Undated: [Thomas, Bill]. "Flow." Autograph Poem. 1 p.; 27.9 cm.
  127. Undated: Thomas, Bill. "In the Rain." Autograph Poem Signed. 12 p.; 21.7 cm. Bound in blue paper.
  128. Undated: Thomas, Bill. "Light." Autograph Poem Signed. 19 p.; 10.2 cm. Bound in yellow paper.
  129. Undated: [Thomas, Bill.] "People in the Town." Autograph Poem. 2 p.; 30.5 cm. Hand-illustrated.
  130. Undated: [Triem], Eve, 1902- , Seattle, To Jaime [Broughton]. Sends Easter greetings; gives Ludmile Maranska's opinion of him; is reading the Illiad. Autograph Card Signed. 1 p.; 15.4 cm.
  131. Undated: [Triem], Eve, 1902- , To [James Broughton]. Sends him nameday greetings; suggests he look up the Ragsdale family in Bankgok. Typed Letter Signed. 2 p.; 13.8 cm.
  132. Undated: [Triem], Eve, 1902- , To Jaime [Broughton]. Reacts to his drawings and poem; has been ill, asks if he's revised "the Loony-Tom poem." Typed Letter Signed. 2 p.; 28 cm.
  133. Undated: [Triem], Eve, 1902- , San Francisco To [James Broughton]. Describes her activities. Typed Letter Signed. 2 p.; 14 cm.
  134. Undated: [Triem], Eve, 1902- , To James [Broughton]. Reacts to his birthday party. Autograph Letter Signed. 2 p.; 11 cm.
  135. Undated: [Triem], Eve, 1902- To James [Broughton]. Philosophizes about family relationships and love. Typed Letter Signed. 2 p.; 28 cm.
  136. Undated: [Trumbull], L[eslie] To [James Broughton]. Sends greetings. Printed Card Signed. 2 p.; 10 cm.
  137. Undated: Van Druten, John, 1901-1957, Lake Tahoe To Jim Broughton. Believes his play isn't well enough developed; enjoys having met him and Ruth Witt-Diament. Typed Letter Signed. 1 p.; 27.8 cm.
  138. Undated: [Varda, Jean]. Yanko, Malaga, Spain To James [Broughton]. Requests print. Autograph Letter Signed. 1 p.; 27.1 cm.
  139. Undated: Villa, Jose Garcia. [James Broughton's work]. Autograph Manuscript Signed. 1 p.; 8.9 cm.
  140. Undated: [Williams], Jonathan To [James Broughton]. Explains why he didn't attend party; invites him to visit. Typed Letter Signed. 1 p.; 13.7 cm.
  141. Undated: Wilson, Robert To James Boughton. Sends book for his signature. Typed Postcard Signed. 1 p.; 8.9 cm.
  142. Undated: Wilson, Robert A., New York City To [James Broughton]. Would like book. Typed Poscard Signed. 1 p.; 8.9 cm.
  143. Undated: [Witt-Diamant, Ruth] To Jimmie [Broughton]. Thanks him for Christmas gifts; suggests they marry; discusses his problems; expresses belief in his writing. Typed Letter. 2 p.; 25 cm.
  144. Undated: Zasorin, Joyce, Richmond, Va. To Editor, Saturday Review. Is fascinated by "The Sun is Shining in the Egg"; asks for James Broughton's address. Autograph Letter Signed. 1 p.; 21.4 cm.

Series 2: Manuscripts

Box 18
Folder -- Contents

  1. [Broughton, James Richard, 1913- ] [The Androgyne Journal]. Typed/Autograph Manuscript. 79 p.; 27.9 cm. (Original) Published by Scrimshaw Press. (Spec Coll PS 3503. R759 A78).
  2. [Broughton, James Richard, 1913- ] [The Adrogyne journal]. Typed/Autograph Manuscript. 79 p.; 27.9 cm. Corrected drafts. (folder 1) Published by Scrimshaw Press. (Spec Coll PS 3503. R759 A78).
  3. [Broughton, James Richard, 1913- ] [The Adrogyne journal]. Typed/Autograph Manuscript. 79 p.; 27.9 cm. Corrected drafts. Published by Scrimshaw Press. (Spec Coll PS 3503. R759 A78).
  4. 1962-66: Broughton, James Richard, 1913-,The Bard & the Harper. Typed/Autograph Manuscript. 116 p.; 28 cm. Texts and outlines for concert-reading series Broughton did with harpist Joel Andrews.
  5. Greenwood Journal. Original typed manuscript.
  6. Broughton, James, 1913- The Hitch-hiker. Typed Novel. 307 p.; 28 cm. (pages 1-100)
  7. Broughton, James, 1913- The Hitch-hiker. Typed Novel. 307 p.; 28 cm. (pages 101-200)
  8. Broughton, James, 1913- The Hitch-hiker. Typed Novel. 307 p.; 28 cm. (pages 201-307)
  9. Broughton, James, 1913- The Hitch-hiker. Typed Novel. 307 p.; 28 cm. Working draft and notes.
  10. Broughton, James, 1913- The Hitch-hiker. Typed Novel. 307 p.; 28 cm. Working draft and notes.

    Series 3: Miscellany

  11. Robert Duncan file folder.
  12. Passports
  13. Marin County Fair ribbon
  14. Envelopes
  15. Driver's licenses
  16. Club cards, Europe, 1953-54.

Series 4: Business Papers

Box 19
Folder -- Contents

Avon Foundation: Correspondence (1968-1972) primarily between Broughton and Foundation officer A.A. Heckman regarding grants for film work.

  1. Correspondence: Avon Foundation: 1968, 8 April
  2. Correspondence: Avon Foundation: 1968, 9 April
  3. Correspondence: Avon Foundation: 1968, 12 April
  4. Correspondence: Avon Foundation: 1968, 16 April
  5. Correspondence: Avon Foundation: 1968, 22 April
  6. Correspondence: Avon Foundation: 1968, 23 April
  7. Correspondence: Avon Foundation: 1968, 23 April
  8. Correspondence: Avon Foundation: 1968, 9 May
  9. Correspondence: Avon Foundation: 1968, 7 June
  10. Correspondence: Avon Foundation: 1968, 12 June
  11. Correspondence: Avon Foundation: 1968, 17 June
  12. Correspondence: Avon Foundation: 1968, 20 June
  13. Correspondence: Avon Foundation: 1968, 20 June
  14. Correspondence: Avon Foundation: 1968, 2 July
  15. Correspondence: Avon Foundation: 1968, 8 July
  16. Correspondence: Avon Foundation: 1968, 9 July
  17. Correspondence: Avon Foundation: 1968, 12 July
  18. Correspondence: Avon Foundation: 1968, 18 July
  19. Correspondence: Avon Foundation: 1968, 23 July
  20. Correspondence: Avon Foundation: 1968, 24 July
  21. Correspondence: Avon Foundation: 1968, 7 Aug.
  22. Correspondence: Avon Foundation: 1968, 9 Aug.
  23. Correspondence: Avon Foundation: 1968, 21 Aug.
  24. Correspondence: Avon Foundation: 1968, 18 Sept.
  25. Correspondence: Avon Foundation: 1968, 24 Sept.
  26. Correspondence: Avon Foundation: 1968, 8 Oct.
  27. Correspondence: Avon Foundation: 1968, 26 Nov.
  28. Correspondence: Avon Foundation: 1968, 21 Dec.
  29. Correspondence: Avon Foundation: 1968, 27 Dec.
  30. Correspondence: Avon Foundation: 1969, 22 Jan.
  31. Correspondence: Avon Foundation: 1969, 28 Jan.
  32. Correspondence: Avon Foundation: 1969, 4 Feb.
  33. Correspondence: Avon Foundation: 1969, 31 Mar.
  34. Correspondence: Avon Foundation: 1969, 24 April
  35. Correspondence: Avon Foundation: 1969, 2 May
  36. Correspondence: Avon Foundation: 1969, 25 Nov.
  37. Correspondence: Avon Foundation: 1969, 4 Dec.
  38. Correspondence: Avon Foundation: 1969, 16 Dec.
  39. Correspondence: Avon Foundation: 1969, 29 Dec.
  40. Correspondence: Avon Foundation: 1969, 31 Dec.
  41. Correspondence: Avon Foundation: 1970, 8 Jan.
  42. Correspondence: Avon Foundation: 1970, 11 Feb.
  43. Correspondence: Avon Foundation: 1970, 11 Aug.
  44. Correspondence: Avon Foundation: 1970, 19 Aug.
  45. Correspondence: Avon Foundation: 1971, 23 Feb.
  46. Correspondence: Avon Foundation: 1971, 2 June
  47. Correspondence: Avon Foundation: 1971, 9 Aug.
  48. Correspondence: Avon Foundation: 1971, 24 Sept.
  49. Correspondence: Avon Foundation: 1971, 18 Oct.
  50. Correspondence: Avon Foundation: 1971, 18 Dec.
  51. Correspondence: Avon Foundation: 1971, 28 Dec.
  52. Correspondence: Avon Foundation: 1971, 31 Dec.
  53. Correspondence: Avon Foundation: 1972, 5 Jan.
  54. Correspondence: Avon Foundation: 1972, 26 Jan.
  55. Correspondence: Avon Foundation: 1971, 31 Jan.
  56. Correspondence: Avon Foundation: 1971, 14 Mar.

    Bolen. Correspondence between Broughton and Francis N. Bolen of L'Action Cinematographique (1955-1970) regarding foreign distribution of films.

  57. Correspondence: Bolen, Francis N.: 1955, 8 May
  58. Correspondence: Bolen, Francis N.: 1955, 21 June
  59. Correspondence: Bolen, Francis N.: 1955, 18 July
  60. Correspondence: Bolen, Francis N.: 1955, 3 Oct.
  61. Correspondence: Bolen, Francis N.: 1955, 27 Oct.
  62. Correspondence: Bolen, Francis N.: 1955, 25 Feb.
  63. Correspondence: Bolen, Francis N.: 1957, 15 Nov.
  64. Correspondence: Bolen, Francis N.: 1955, 16 Nov.
  65. Correspondence: Bolen, Francis N.: 1955, 30 Dec.
  66. Correspondence: Bolen, Francis N.: 1958, 31 Jan.
  67. Correspondence: Bolen, Francis N.: 1959, 18 Dec.
  68. Correspondence: Bolen, Francis N.: 1960, 13 Jan.
  69. Correspondence: Bolen, Francis N.: 1961, 25 May
  70. Correspondence: Bolen, Francis N.: 1961, 13 June
  71. Correspondence: Bolen, Francis N.: 1961, 13, July
  72. Correspondence: Bolen, Francis N.: 1961, 31 July
  73. Correspondence: Bolen, Francis N.: 1961, 19 Sept.
  74. Correspondence: Bolen, Francis N.: 1961, 23 Oct.
  75. Correspondence: Bolen, Francis N.: 1962, 17 July
  76. Correspondence: Bolen, Francis N.: 1962, 26 July
  77. Correspondence: Bolen, Francis N.: 1966, 12 April
  78. Correspondence: Bolen, Francis N.: 1968, 11 April
  79. Correspondence: Bolen, Francis N.: 1969, 29 Sept.
  80. Correspondence: Bolen, Francis N.: 1969, 24 Nov.
  81. Correspondence: Bolen, Francis N.: 1970, 28 Aug.
  82. Correspondence: Bolen, Francis N.: 1970, 13 Dec.
  83. Correspondence: Bolen, Francis N.: Undated.
  84. Correspondence: Bolen, Francis N.: card, Undated.

    Business Papers: Cannes; Colin; Creative Film Society; Grove Press

  85. Correspondence between Broughton and Frederick A. Keller about showing The Golden Positions at the Cannes Film Festival.

  86. Correspondence: Cannes Festival: 1973, 20 Nov.
  87. Correspondence: Cannes Festival: 1974, 13 Feb.
  88. Correspondence: Cannes Festival: 1974, 19 Mar.
  89. Correspondence: Cannes Festival: 1974, 23 Apr.
  90. Correspondence: Cannes Festival: 1974, 13 May
  91. Correspondence: Cannes Festival: 1974, 9-24
  92. Correspondence: Cannes Festival: 1974, 15 May
  93. Correspondence: Cannes Festival: 1974, 30 June

    Correspondence (1955-1957) between Broughton and agent Rosica Colin.

  94. Correspondence: Colin: 1955, 22 Mar.
  95. Correspondence: Colin: 1955, 19 Apr.
  96. Correspondence: Colin: 1955, 25 Apr.
  97. Correspondence: Colin: 1955, 19 Aug.
  98. Correspondence: Colin: 1956, 13 Aug.
  99. Correspondence: Colin: 1956, 24 Aug.
  100. Correspondence: Colin: 1956, 12 Oct.
  101. Correspondence: Colin: 1957, 28 June
  102. Correspondence: Colin: 1957, 6 Sept.
  103. Correspondence: Colin: 1959, 7 Aug.

    Correspondence (1958-1973), mostly between Broughton and Robert Pike about film distribution.

  104. Correspondence: Creative Film Society: 1958, 3 Mar.
  105. Correspondence: Creative Film Society: 1958, 6 Mar.
  106. Correspondence: Creative Film Society: 1958, 19 Mar.
  107. Correspondence: Creative Film Society: 1958, 25 Mar.
  108. Correspondence: Creative Film Society: 1958, 27 Mar.
  109. Correspondence: Creative Film Society: 1958, 2 Apr.
  110. Correspondence: Creative Film Society: 1958, 4 Apr.
  111. Correspondence: Creative Film Society: 1958, 11 Apr.
  112. Correspondence: Creative Film Society: 1958, 16 Apr.
  113. Correspondence: Creative Film Society: 1960, 16 Dec.
  114. Correspondence: Creative Film Society: 1960, 24 Dec.
  115. Correspondence: Creative Film Society: 1963, 22 Oct.
  116. Correspondence: Creative Film Society: 1967, 16 May
  117. Correspondence: Creative Film Society: 1967, 30 May
  118. Correspondence: Creative Film Society: 1967, 28 June
  119. Correspondence: Creative Film Society: 1967, 7 July
  120. Correspondence: Creative Film Society: 1967, 11 July
  121. Correspondence: Creative Film Society: 1967, 14 July
  122. Correspondence: Creative Film Society: 1967, 17 July
  123. Correspondence: Creative Film Society: 1968, 3 Mar.
  124. Correspondence: Creative Film Society: 1968, 2 Apr.
  125. Correspondence: Creative Film Society: 1968, 11 Apr.
  126. Correspondence: Creative Film Society: 1969, 13 Oct.
  127. Correspondence: Creative Film Society: 1969, 14 Nov.
  128. Correspondence: Creative Film Society: 1969, 18 Nov.
  129. Correspondence: Creative Film Society: 1969, 15 Dec.
  130. Correspondence: Creative Film Society: 1969, 18 Dec.
  131. Correspondence: Creative Film Society: 1970, 20 Jan.
  132. Correspondence: Creative Film Society: 1970, 3 Feb.
  133. Correspondence: Creative Film Society: 1970, 3 Sept.
  134. Correspondence: Creative Film Society: 1970, 4 Sept.
  135. Correspondence: Creative Film Society: 1970, 5 Sept.
  136. Correspondence: Creative Film Society: 1970, 8 Sept.
  137. Correspondence: Creative Film Society: 1970, 28 Sept.
  138. Correspondence: Creative Film Society: 1970, 5 Oct.
  139. Correspondence: Creative Film Society: 1970, 30 Oct.
  140. Correspondence: Creative Film Society: 1970, 3 Nov.
  141. Correspondence: Creative Film Society: 1970, 19 Nov.
  142. Correspondence: Creative Film Society: 1970, 17 Dec.
  143. Correspondence: Creative Film Society: 1971, 23 Sept.
  144. Correspondence: Creative Film Society: 1971, 16 Dec.
  145. Correspondence: Creative Film Society: 1972, 10 July
  146. Correspondence: Creative Film Society: 1972, 13 Dec.
  147. Correspondence: Creative Film Society: 1972, 21 Dec.
  148. Correspondence: Creative Film Society: 1973, 22 Feb.
  149. Correspondence: Creative Film Society: 1973, 24 Feb.
  150. Correspondence: Creative Film Society: 1973, 28 April

    Correspondence (Mar. 4, 1955-Feb. 13, 1975) betweeen Broughton and Grove Press is concerned with the publication and distribution of Broughton's books and films.

  151. Correspondence: Grove Press; Bellows, Phyllis: 1968, 30 Aug.
  152. Correspondence: Grove Press; Carroll, Kent: 1973, 7 Jan.
  153. Correspondence: Grove Press; Carroll, Kent: 1973, 3 Oct.
  154. Correspondence: Grove Press; Goldfischer, Morrie: Undated.
  155. Correspondence: Grove Press; Huett, Richard: 1959, 28 Cept.
  156. Correspondence: Grove Press; Rosset, Barney: 1955, 4 Mar.
  157. Correspondence: Grove Press; Rosset, Barney: 1955, 22 Mar.
  158. Correspondence: Grove Press; Rosset, Barney: 1955, 6 May
  159. Correspondence: Grove Press; Rosset, Barney: 1955, 19 May
  160. Correspondence: Grove Press; Rosset, Barney: 1955, 23 Sept.
  161. Correspondence: Grove Press; Rosset, Barney: 1955, 18 Oct.
  162. Correspondence: Grove Press; Rosset, Barney: 1956, 23 Jan.
  163. Correspondence: Grove Press; Rosset, Barney: 1956, 6 Feb.
  164. Correspondence: Grove Press; Rosset, Barney: 1956, 23 Feb.
  165. Correspondence: Grove Press; Rosset, Barney: 1956, 29 Mar.
  166. Correspondence: Grove Press; Rosset, Barney: 1956, 20 Apr.
  167. Correspondence: Grove Press; Rosset, Barney: 1956, 25 Apr.
  168. Correspondence: Grove Press; Rosset, Barney: 1956, 6 June
  169. Correspondence: Grove Press; Rosset, Barney: 1956, 11 June
  170. Correspondence: Grove Press; Rosset, Barney: 1956, 10 July
  171. Correspondence: Grove Press; Rosset, Barney: 1956, 6 Aug.
  172. Correspondence: Grove Press; Rosset, Barney: 1956, 9 Aug.
  173. Correspondence: Grove Press; Rosset, Barney: 1956, 23 Aug.
  174. Correspondence: Grove Press; Rosset, Barney: 1956, 28 Aug.
  175. Correspondence: Grove Press; Rosset, Barney: 1956, 29 Oct.

Business Papers: Grove Press, cont'd.; Hart-Davis; Income Tax

Box 20
Folder -- Contents

Correspondence and royalty statements (1952-1955) involving British publication of The Right Playmate. Includes letters from Rupert Hart-Davis.

  1. Correspondence: Grove Press; Rosset, Barney: 1956, 21 Nov.
  2. Correspondence: Grove Press; Rosset, Barney: 1956, 17 Dec.
  3. Correspondence: Grove Press; Rosset, Barney: 1956, 31 Dec.
  4. Correspondence: Grove Press; Rosset, Barney: 1957, 24 Jan.
  5. Correspondence: Grove Press; Rosset, Barney: 1957, 29 Jan.
  6. Correspondence: Grove Press; Rosset, Barney: 1957, 24 Mar.
  7. Correspondence: Grove Press; Rosset, Barney: 1957, 29 Mar.
  8. Correspondence: Grove Press; Rosset, Barney: 1957, 11 Apr.
  9. Correspondence: Grove Press; Rosset, Barney: 1957, 25 Apr.
  10. Correspondence: Grove Press; Rosset, Barney: 1957, 5 Sept.
  11. Correspondence: Grove Press; Rosset, Barney: 1957, 4 Nov.
  12. Correspondence: Grove Press; Rosset, Barney: 1957, 11 Nov.
  13. Correspondence: Grove Press; Rosset, Barney: 1957, 13 Nov.
  14. Correspondence: Grove Press; Rosset, Barney: 1957, 20 Nov.
  15. Correspondence: Grove Press; Rosset, Barney: 1958, 12 May
  16. Correspondence: Grove Press; Rosset, Barney: 1958, 15 Dec.
  17. Correspondence: Grove Press; [Rosset], Barney: 1959, 29 Apr.
  18. Correspondence: Grove Press; Rosset, Barney: 1962, 8 Mar.
  19. Correspondence: Grove Press; Rosset, Barney: 1962, 16 Mar.
  20. Correspondence: Grove Press; Rosset, Barney: 1962, 27 Mar.
  21. Correspondence: Grove Press; Rosset, Barney: 1965, 14 May
  22. Correspondence: Grove Press; Rosset, Barney: 1968, 23 Apr.
  23. Correspondence: Grove Press; Rosset, Barney: 1970, 14 Dec.
  24. Correspondence: Grove Press; Rosset, Barney: 1975, 13 Feb.
  25. Correspondence: Grove Press; Royalty Statement: 1955
  26. Correspondence: Grove Press; Royalty Statement: 1959
  27. Correspondence: Grove Press; Royalty Statement: 1960, 30 June
  28. Correspondence: Grove Press; Schmidt, Judith: 1956, 28 Aug.
  29. Correspondence: Grove Press; Schmidt, Judith: 1956, 28 Aug.
  30. Correspondence: Grove Press; Schmidt, Judith: 1956, 27 Dec.
  31. Correspondence: Grove Press; Schmidt, Judith: 1957, 17 Jan.
  32. Correspondence: Grove Press; Schmidt, Judith: 1957, 6 May
  33. Correspondence: Grove Press; Schmidt, Judith: 1957, 10 June
  34. Correspondence: Grove Press; Schmidt, Judith: 1957, 20 June
  35. Correspondence: Grove Press; Schmidt, Judith: 1957, 23 Sept.
  36. Correspondence: Grove Press; Schmidt, Judith: 1958, 21 Apr.
  37. Correspondence: Grove Press; Schmidt, Judith: 1958, 23 Apr.
  38. Correspondence: Grove Press; Schmidt, Judith: 1962, 7 May
  39. Correspondence: Grove Press; Schmidt, Judith: 1962, 16 July
  40. Correspondence: Grove Press; Schmidt, Judith: 1962, 24 July
  41. Correspondence: Grove Press; Spring Catalog: 1955
  42. Correspondence: Grove Press; Statement: 1973, 11 July
  43. Correspondence: Grove Press; Statement: 1975, 16 Jan.
  44. Correspondence: Grove Press; Turner, Howard: 1955, 4 Mar.
  45. Correspondence: Grove Press; Turner, Howard: 1955, 30 Mar.
  46. Correspondence: Grove Press; Turner, Howard: 1955, 14 Apr.
  47. Correspondence: Grove Press; Zornow, Edith: 1968, 31 Jan.
  48. Correspondence: Grove Press; Zornow, Edith: 1968, 27 May
  49. Correspondence: Grove Press; Zornow, Edith: 1969, 14 Nov.
  50. Correspondence: Grove Press; Zornow, Edith: 1969, 24 Nov.
  51. Correspondence: Grove Press; Zornow, Edith: 1970, 20 Jan.
  52. Correspondence: Cinema 16 Film Library: Undated.
  53. Correspondence: Hart-Davis: 1952, 31 Dec.
  54. Correspondence: Hart-Davis: 1953, Mar.
  55. Correspondence: Hart-Davis: 1953, 2 Dec.
  56. Correspondence: Hart-Davis: 1954, 18 Jan.
  57. Correspondence: Hart-Davis: 1954, 30 Sept.
  58. Correspondence: Hart-Davis: 1954, 31 Dec.
  59. Correspondence: Hart-Davis: 1955, 22 Apr.
  60. Correspondence: Hart-Davis: 1955, 30 June
  61. Correspondence: Hart-Davis: 1955, 30 Sept.
  62. Correspondence: Hart-Davis: 1955, 18 Oct.
  63. Correspondence: Agency Acct. Statements for 1943
  64. Correspondence: Centaur Press dissolving: 1953
  65. Correspondence: Income Tax; Evelyn Beatty: 1955, 28 Mar.
  66. Correspondence: Income Tax; Evelyn Beatty: 1955, 3 Mar.
  67. Correspondence: Income Tax; Evelyn Beatty: 1956, 20 Feb.
  68. Correspondence: Income Tax; Evelyn Beatty: 1957
  69. Correspondence: Income Tax; Evelyn Beatty: 1960, 6 May
  70. Correspondence: Income Tax; IRS Ogden, Utah: 1970, 18 Nov.
  71. Correspondence: Income Tax; Securities: 1954, 14 July
  72. Correspondence: Income Tax; Securities: 1955, 2 Mar.
  73. Correspondence: Income Tax: 1940: 1941, Mar.
  74. Correspondence: Income Tax: 1941: 1942, Mar.
  75. Correspondence: Income Tax: 1943
  76. Correspondence: Income Tax: 1943, W.H. Wood
  77. Correspondence: Income Tax: 1944
  78. Correspondence: Income Tax; State Income Tax Form: 1944
  79. Correspondence: Income Tax: 1945 and 1946, estimate
  80. Correspondence: Income Tax: 1947, Estimated income tax
  81. Correspondence: Income Tax: 1952
  82. Correspondence: Income Tax: 1953
  83. Correspondence: Income Tax; To be attached to 1954
  84. Correspondence: Income Tax; U.S. Individual Return: 1956

    Correspondence between Broughton and Rosalind Kossoff of Film Images (1949-1968) regarding film production and distribution.

  85. Correspondence: Kossoff, Rosalind: 1949, 23 Mar.
  86. Correspondence: Kossoff, Rosalind: 1949, 30 Mar.
  87. Correspondence: Kossoff, Rosalind: 1949, Mar.
  88. Correspondence: Kossoff, Rosalind: 1949, 6 Apr.
  89. Correspondence: Kossoff, Rosalind: 1949, 14 Apr.
  90. Correspondence: Kossoff, Rosalind: 1949, 25 Apr.
  91. Correspondence: Kossoff, Rosalind: 1949, 26 Apr.
  92. Correspondence: Kossoff, Rosalind: 1949, 29 Apr.
  93. Correspondence: Kossoff, Rosalind: 1949, 30 Apr.
  94. Correspondence: Kossoff, Rosalind: 1949, 2 May
  95. Correspondence: Kossoff, Rosalind: 1949, 21 June
  96. Correspondence: Kossoff, Rosalind: 1949, 5 July
  97. Correspondence: Kossoff, Rosalind: 1949, 7 July
  98. Correspondence: Kossoff, Rosalind: 1949, 26 July
  99. Correspondence: Kossoff, Rosalind: 1949, 10 Sept.
  100. Correspondence: Kossoff, Rosalind: 1949, 21 Sept.
  101. Correspondence: Kossoff, Rosalind: 1949, 10 Oct.
  102. Correspondence: Kossoff, Rosalind: 1949, 9 Nov.
  103. Correspondence: Kossoff, Rosalind: 1949, 16 Dec.
  104. Correspondence: Kossoff, Rosalind: 1949, 30 Dec.
  105. Correspondence: Kossoff, Rosalind: 1950, 11 Jan.
  106. Correspondence: Kossoff, Rosalind: 1950, 18 Mar.
  107. Correspondence: Kossoff, Rosalind: 1950, 18 Mar. (copy)
  108. Correspondence: Kossoff, Rosalind: 1950, 23 Mar.
  109. Correspondence: Kossoff, Rosalind: 1950, 25 Sept.
  110. Correspondence: Kossoff, Rosalind: 1950, 6 Oct.
  111. Correspondence: Kossoff, Rosalind: 1950, 10 Oct.
  112. Correspondence: Kossoff, Rosalind: 1950, 20 Oct.
  113. Correspondence: Kossoff, Rosalind: 1950, 16 Nov.
  114. Correspondence: Kossoff, Rosalind: 1950
  115. Correspondence: Kossoff, Rosalind: 1951, 12 Jan.
  116. Correspondence: Kossoff, Rosalind: 1951, 30 Jan.
  117. Correspondence: Kossoff, Rosalind: 1951, 13 Feb.
  118. Correspondence: Kossoff, Rosalind: 1951, 7 Mar.
  119. Correspondence: Kossoff, Rosalind: 1951, 4 May
  120. Correspondence: Kossoff, Rosalind: 1951, 14 May
  121. Correspondence: Kossoff, Rosalind: 1951, June
  122. Correspondence: Kossoff, Rosalind: 1951, 18 Sept.
  123. Correspondence: Kossoff, Rosalind: 1953, 13 Oct.
  124. Correspondence: Kossoff, Rosalind: 1953, 18 Dec.
  125. Correspondence: Kossoff, Rosalind: 1955, 10 Mar.
  126. Correspondence: Kossoff, Rosalind: 1955, 21 Mar.
  127. Correspondence: Kossoff, Rosalind: 1955, 1 Apr.
  128. Correspondence: Kossoff, Rosalind: 1955, 7 Apr.
  129. Correspondence: Kossoff, Rosalind: 1955, 20 May
  130. Correspondence: Kossoff, Rosalind: 1955, 14 July
  131. Correspondence: Kossoff, Rosalind: 1955, 14 July
  132. Correspondence: Kossoff, Rosalind: 1955, 15 Sept.
  133. Correspondence: Kossoff, Rosalind: 1955, 17 Oct.
  134. Correspondence: Kossoff, Rosalind: 1956, 2 Feb.
  135. Correspondence: Kossoff, Rosalind: 1956, 24 Feb.
  136. Correspondence: Kossoff, Rosalind: 1956, 5 Mar.
  137. Correspondence: Kossoff, Rosalind: 1956, 27 Mar.
  138. Correspondence: Kossoff, Rosalind: 1956, 19 Apr.
  139. Correspondence: Kossoff, Rosalind: 1956, 14 June
  140. Correspondence: Kossoff, Rosalind: 1956, 6 July
  141. Correspondence: Kossoff, Rosalind: 1956, 13 Aug.
  142. Correspondence: Kossoff, Rosalind: 1957, 8 Nov.
  143. Correspondence: Kossoff, Rosalind: 1957, 20 Nov.
  144. Correspondence: Kossoff, Rosalind: 1957, 25 Nov.
  145. Correspondence: Kossoff, Rosalind: 1958, 23 July
  146. Correspondence: Kossoff, Rosalind: 1958, 8 Aug.
  147. Correspondence: Kossoff, Rosalind: 1958, 12 Aug.
  148. Correspondence: Kossoff, Rosalind: 1959, 28 Dec.
  149. Correspondence: Kossoff, Rosalind: 1961, 27 Feb.
  150. Correspondence: Kossoff, Rosalind: 1961, 12 June
  151. Correspondence: Kossoff, Rosalind: 1961, 13 July
  152. Correspondence: Kossoff, Rosalind: 1961, 26 July
  153. Correspondence: Kossoff, Rosalind: 1962, 22 June
  154. Correspondence: Kossoff, Rosalind: 1962, 30 June
  155. Correspondence: Kossoff, Rosalind: 1962, 9 July
  156. Correspondence: Kossoff, Rosalind: 1962, 12 July
  157. Correspondence: Kossoff, Rosalind: 1962, 1 Aug.
  158. Correspondence: Kossoff, Rosalind: 1962, 17 Aug.
  159. Correspondence: Kossoff, Rosalind: 1963, 27 Feb.
  160. Correspondence: Kossoff, Rosalind: 1963, 5 Apr.
  161. Correspondence: Kossoff, Rosalind: 1963, 16 Apr.
  162. Correspondence: Kossoff, Rosalind: 1963, 30 Apr.
  163. Correspondence: Kossoff, Rosalind: 1963, 17 Apr.
  164. Correspondence: Kossoff, Rosalind: 1964, 6 Mar.
  165. Correspondence: Kossoff, Rosalind: 1964, 28 Sept.
  166. Correspondence: Kossoff, Rosalind: 1966, 12 May
  167. Correspondence: Kossoff, Rosalind: 1966, 8 Sept.
  168. Correspondence: Kossoff, Rosalind: 1967, 26 May
  169. Correspondence: Kossoff, Rosalind: 1968, 3 Jan.
  170. Correspondence: Kossoff, Rosalind: 1968, 8 Mar.
  171. Correspondence: Kossoff, Rosalind: 1968, 10 Mar.
  172. Correspondence: Kossoff, Rosalind: 1968, 13 Mar.
  173. Correspondence: Kossoff, Rosalind: 1968, 16 Mar.
  174. Correspondence: Kossoff, Rosalind: 1968, 20 Mar.
  175. Correspondence: Kossoff, Rosalind: 1968, 26 Mar.
  176. Correspondence: Kossoff, Rosalind: 1968, 28 Mar.
  177. Correspondence: Kossoff, Rosalind: 1968, 30 Mar.
  178. Correspondence: Kossoff, Rosalind: 1968, 22 Apr.
  179. Correspondence: Kossoff, Rosalind: 1968, 28 June
  180. Correspondence: Kossoff, Rosalind: 1968, 22 July
  181. Correspondence: Kossoff, Rosalind: 1968, 7 Aug.
  182. Correspondence: Kossoff, Rosalind: 1968, 11 Sept.
  183. Correspondence: Kossoff, Rosalind: 1968, 16 Sept.
  184. Correspondence: Kossoff, Rosalind: 1968, 16 Sept.
  185. Correspondence: Kossoff, Rosalind: Undated.

Business Papers: Legal File 1-2

Box 21
Folder -- Contents

Includes copies of will and estate papers of his mother, insurance policy, sales agreement, deed and sales records of securities. Dates: 1947-1950

  1. Legal file 1: Receipts: 1946, Dec. 13
  2. Legal file 1: Receipts: 1947, 24 Dec.
  3. Legal file 1: Receipts: 1947
  4. Legal file 1: Legal papers: [1947]
  5. Legal file 1: Receipts: 1949, 21 Feb.
  6. Legal file 1: Receipt for property purchase: 1950, 18 Jan.
  7. Legal file 1: Receipt and Uniform Agreement of Sale and Deposit Recipt: 1950, 19 Jan.
  8. Legal file 1: Receipt: 1950, 23 Jan.
  9. Legal file 1: Insurance papers: 1950, 31 Jan.

    Legal File 2 includes correspondence of Esto Broughotn, William H. Wood, Albert A. Rosenshine, and Nicholas O. Broughton. Dates 1940-1950.

  10. Legal file 2: Correspondence: [Rosenshine, Albert A.] To Esto [Broughton]: 1940, 21 May
  11. Legal file 2: Correspondence: [Broughton], Esto To Al[bert A. Rosenshine]: 1940, 24 May
  12. Legal file 2: Correspondence: [Rosenshine, Albert A.] To Esto [Broughton]: 1940, 27 May
  13. Legal file 2: Correspondence: Barber, Oscar T. To James [Broughton]: 1940, 11 June
  14. Legal file 2: Correspondence: Broughton, James To Mr. [Albert A.] Rosenshine: 1940, 24 June
  15. Legal file 2: Correspondence: [Rosenshine, Albert A.] To Mr. [James] Broughton: 1940, 25 June
  16. Legal file 2: Correspondence: [Wood, William H.] To Jim [Broughton]: 1940, 18 July
  17. Legal file 2: Correspondence: Broughton, James R. To Mr. [Albert A.] Rosenshine: 1940, 19 July
  18. Legal file 2: Correspondence: [Rosenshine, Albert A.] To Jimmy [Broughton]: 1940, 20 July
  19. Legal file 2: Correspondence: Broughton, James To Mr. [Albert A.] Rosenshine: 1941, 12 July
  20. Legal file 2: Correspondence: [Rosenshine, Albert A.] To James [Broughton]: 1941, 14 July
  21. Legal file 2: Correspondence: Broughton, James To Mr. [Albert A. Rosenshine]: 1941, 16 July
  22. Legal file 2: Correspondence: Rosenshine, Hoffman, Davis & Martin To Mr. [James] Broughton: 1941, 22 July
  23. Legal file 2: Correspondence: Broughton, James To Mr. [Albert A.] Rosenshine: 1941, 24 July
  24. Legal file 2: Correspondence: Rosenshine, Hoffman, Davis & Martin To Mr. [James] Broughton: 1941, 26, July
  25. Legal file 2: Change of Address Postcard: James R. Broughton To Rosenshine, Hoffman, Davis & Martin: 1941, 20 Nov.
  26. Legal file 2: Correspondence: 1942, 28 Dec.
  27. Legal file 2: Correspondence: Rosenshine, Albert A. To General Motors Building: 1943, 4 Jan.
  28. Legal file 2: Correspondence: [Rosenshine, Albert A.] to Jimmie [Broughton]: 1943, 4 Jan.
  29. Legal file 2: Correspondence: Broughton, Jim To Mr. [Albert A.] Rosenshine: 1943, 12 Jan.
  30. Legal file 2: Correspondence: Broughton, James To Mr. [Albert A.] Rosenshine: 1943, 16 July
  31. Legal file 2: Correspondence: [Rosenshine, Albert A.] to Jimmie [Broughton]: 1943, 19 July
  32. Legal file 2: Correspondence: Broughton, Jim To Mr. [Albert A.] Rosenshine: 1943, 2 Aug.
  33. Legal file 2: Correspondence: [Rosenshine, Albert A.] to Jimmie [Broughton]: 1943, 4 Aug.
  34. Legal file 2: Correspondence: [Rosenshine, Albert A.] to Esto [Broughton]: 1943, 16 Aug.
  35. Legal file 2: Correspondence: [Rosenshine, Albert A.] To [Broughton], Esto: 1943, 17 Aug.
  36. Legal file 2: Correspondence: Broughton, James To Al[bert A. Rosenshine]: 1943, 28 Aug.
  37. Legal file 2: Correspondence: [Broughton], Esto To Al[bert A. Rosenshine]: 1943, 30 Aug.
  38. Legal file 2: Correspondence: [Rosenshine, Albert A.] To Jimmy [Broughton]: 1943, 31 Aug.
  39. Legal file 2: Correspondence: [Rosenshine, Albert A.?] To Esto [Broughton]: 1943, 1 Sept.
  40. Legal file 2: Correspondence: Broughton, Jim To Al[bert A. Rosenshine]: 1943, 5 Sept.
  41. Legal file 2: Correspondence: [Rosenshine, Albert A.] To Jimmy [Broughton]: 1943, 7 Sept.
  42. Legal file 2: Correspondence: Broughton, James To Al[bert A. Rosenshine]: 1943, 9 Sept.
  43. Legal file 2: Correspondence: [Rosenshine, Albert A.] To Jimmy [Broughton]: 1943, 13 Sept.
  44. Legal file 2: Correspondence: Broughton, Jim [James] To Al[bert Rosenshine]: 1943, 20 Sept.
  45. Legal file 2: Correspondence: [Rosenshine, Albert A.] To JImmie [Broughton]: 1943, 13 Oct.
  46. Legal file 2: Correspondence: Broughton, James To Al[bert A. Rosenshine]: 1943, 27 Oct.
  47. Legal file 2: Correspondence: [Rosenshine, Albert A.] To Jimmie [Broughton]: 1943, 30 Oct.
  48. Legal file 2: Correspondence: [Rosenshine, Albert, A.] To Mr. Oscar T. Barber: 1943, 5 Nov.
  49. Legal file 2: Correspondence: [Wood, William H.] To Jim [Broughton]: 1943, 8 Nov.
  50. Legal file 2: Correspondence: [Rosenshine, Albert A.] To Jimmie [Broughton]: 1943, Nov. 9
  51. Legal file 2: Correspondence: [Rosenshine, Albert A.] To Mr. Oscar T. Barber: 1943, Nov. 9
  52. Legal file 2: Correspondence: Broughton, James To Al[bert A. Rosenshine]: 1943, 16 Nov.
  53. Legal file 2: Correspondence: [Rosenshine, Albert A.] To Jimmie [Broughton]: 1943, 22 Nov.
  54. Legal file 2: Correspondence: [Rosenshine, Albert A.] To Jimmie [Broughton]: 1943, 24 Nov.
  55. Legal file 2: Correspondence: Broughton, James To Al[bert A. Rosenshine]. Accompanied by Typed Letter from [William H. Wood] To Jim [Broughton]: 1943, 7 Dec.
  56. Legal file 2: Correspondence: [Rosenshine, Albert A.] To Jimmie [Broughton]: 1943, 10 Dec.
  57. Legal file 2: Correspondence: Broughton, Jim To Al[bert A. Rosenshine]: 1943, 20 Dec.
  58. Legal file 2: Correspondence: Barber, Oscar T. To [Albert A. Rosenshine]: 1943, 30 Dec.
  59. Legal file 2: Correspondence: [Rosenshine, Albert A.] To Mr. [James] Broughton: 1943, 31 Dec.
  60. Legal file 2: Correspondence: [Rosenshine, Albert A.] To Jimmie [Broughton]: 1944, 11 Jan.
  61. Legal file 2: Correspondence: [Rosenshine, Albert A.] To Mr. [Oscar T.] Barber: 1944, 11 Jan.
  62. Legal file 2: Correspondence: Wood, W.H. To Mr. [Albert A] Rosenshine: 1944, 17 Jan.
  63. Legal file 2: Correspondence: [Rosenshine, Albert A.] To Jimmie [Broughton]: 1944, 17 Jan.
  64. Legal file 2: Correspondence: [Rosenshine, Albert A.] To Mr. W.H. Wood: 1944, 18 Jan.
  65. Legal file 2: Correspondence: [Rosenshine, Albert A.] To Mr. [F.V.] Gray: 1944, 18 Jan.
  66. Legal file 2: Correspondence: [Broughton], Jimmie To Al[bert A. Rosenshine]: 1944, 23 Jan.
  67. Legal file 2: Correspondence: Gray, F.P. To Mr. [Albert A.] Rosenshine: 1944, 26 Jan.
  68. Legal file 2: Correspondence: [Rosenshine, Albert A.] To Jimmie [Broughton]: 1944, 27 Jan.
  69. Legal file 2: Correspondence: [Rosenshine, Albert A.] To Mr. [F.V.] Gray: 1944, 27 Jan.
  70. Legal file 2: Correspondence: [Rosenshine, Albert A.] To Mr. [F.V.] Gray: 1944, 28 Jan.
  71. Legal file 2: Correspondence: Broughton, James To Al[bert A. Rosenshine]: 1944, 2 Feb.
  72. Legal file 2: Correspondence: [Rosenshine, Albert A.] To Jimmie [Broughton]: 1944, 7 Feb.
  73. Legal file 2: Correspondence: [Rosenshine, Albert A.] To Jimmie [Broughton]: 1944, 9 Feb.
  74. Legal file 2: Correspondence: Broughton, James To Al[bert A. Rosenshine]: 1944, 20 Feb.
  75. Legal file 2: Correspondence: [Rosenshine, Albert A.] To Jimmie [Broughton]: 1944, 24 Feb.
  76. Legal file 2: Correspondence: Broughton, James To Al[bert A. Rosenshine]: 1944, 2 Apr.
  77. Legal file 2: Correspondence: [Rosenshine, Albert A.] To Jimmie [Broughton]: 1944, 6 Apr.
  78. Legal file 2: Correspondence: Broughton, James To Al[bert A. Rosenshine]: 1944, 9 May
  79. Legal file 2: Correspondence: [Rosenshine, Albert A.] To Jimmy [Broughton]: 1944, 15 May
  80. Legal file 2: Correspondence: Barber, Oscar T. To Mr. [James] Broughton: 1944, 27 May
  81. Legal file 2: Correspondence: [Rosenshine, Albert A.] To Jimmy [Broughton]: 1944, 31 May
  82. Legal file 2: Correspondence: Barber, Oscar T. To Mr. [Albert A.] Rosenshine: 1944, 2 June
  83. Legal file 2: Correspondence: [Rosenshine, Albert A.] To Jimmy [Broughton]: 1944, 3 June
  84. Legal file 2: Correspondence: [Rosenshine, Albert A.] To Mr. [Oscar T.] Barber: 1944, 3 June
  85. Legal file 2: Correspondence: Broughton, James To Al[bert A. Rosenshine]: 1944, 5 June
  86. Legal file 2: Correspondence: [Rosenshine, Albert A.] To Jimmy [Broughton]: 1944, 9 June
  87. Legal file 2: Correspondence: [Rosenshine, Albert A.] To Mr. [Oscar T.] Barber: 1944, 9 June
  88. Legal file 2: Correspondence: Broughton, James To Al[bert A. Rosenshine]: 1944, 27 Sept.

    Business Papers: Legal 2; Marlow; Meridian Books

  89. Legal File 2: 1944, 2 Oct.
  90. Legal File 2: 1944, 2 Nov.
  91. Legal File 2: 1945, 15 Feb.
  92. Legal File 2: 1945, 19 Feb.
  93. Legal File 2: 1945, 19 Mar.
  94. Legal File 2: 1945, 17 Dec.
  95. Legal File 2: 1945, 18 Dec.
  96. Legal File 2: 1945, 19 Dec.
  97. Legal File 2: 1945, 19 Dec.
  98. Legal File 2: 1945, 26 Dec.
  99. Legal File 2: 1945, 26 Dec.
  100. Legal File 2: 1946, 8 Jan.
  101. Legal File 2: 1946, 29 Jan.
  102. Legal File 2: 1946, 30 Jan.
  103. Legal File 2: 1946, 31 Jan.
  104. Legal File 2: 1946, 29 May
  105. Legal File 2: 1946, 7 June
  106. Legal File 2: 1946, 10 June
  107. Legal File II: 1946, 11 June
  108. Legal File 2: 1946, 24 June
  109. Legal File 2: 1946, 3 Oct.
  110. Legal File 2: 1946, 7Oct.
  111. Legal File II: 1946, 22 Oct.
  112. Legal File 2: 1946, 18 Nov.
  113. Legal File 2: 1946, 9 Dec.
  114. Legal File 2: 1946, 13 Dec.
  115. Legal File 2: 1947, 10 Jan.
  116. Legal File 2: 1947, 20 Feb.
  117. Legal File 2: 1948, 9 July
  118. Legal File 2: 1948, 11 July
  119. Legal File 2: 1948, 24 Nov.
  120. Legal File 2: 1948, 14 Dec.
  121. Legal File 2: 1949, 25 Feb.
  122. Legal File 2: 1950, 31 Jan.
  123. Legal File 2: 1950, Feb.

    Correspondence (1968-1969) between Broughton and agent Marilyn E. Marlow.

  124. Marlow: 1968, 23 Oct.
  125. Marlow: 1969, 7 Feb.
  126. Marlow: 1969, 10 Mar.
  127. Marlow: 1969, 15 Mar.
  128. Marlow: 1969, 5 May
  129. Marlow: 1969, 30 Sept.
  130. Marlow: 1969, 7 Nov.
  131. Marlow: 1969, 10 Nov.

    Contracts, royalty reports and correspondence concerning Broughton's play, The Last Word. Correspondents include Arthur A. Cohen and Mary Louise Vincent. Dates: 1959-1975.

  132. Meridian Books: 1961, 20 Feb.
  133. Meridian Books: 1961, 23 Feb.
  134. Meridian Books: 1961, 17 Mar.
  135. Meridian Books: 1961, 20 Mar.
  136. Meridian Books: 1961, 17 Oct.
  137. Meridian Books: 1962, 8 Mar.
  138. Meridian Books: 1962, 21 Dec.
  139. Meridian Books: 1962, 28 Dec.
  140. Meridian Books: 1963, 28 May
  141. Meridian Books: 1963, 2 Oct.
  142. Meridian Books: 1963, 19 Nov.
  143. Meridian Books: 1965, 11 Feb.
  144. Meridian Books: 1965, 27 Apr.
  145. Meridian Books: 1965, 14 July
  146. Meridian Books: 1965, 16 Aug.
  147. Meridian Books: 1966, 27 June
  148. Meridian Books: Baker, Jeannette: 1965, Oct.
  149. Meridian Books: Cahill, Edna: 1965, 23 Apr.
  150. Meridian Books: Cohen, Arthur A.: 1959, 2 Feb.
  151. Meridian Books: Cohen, Arthur A.: 1959, 11 Feb.
  152. Meridian Books: Cohen, Arthur A.: 1959, 11 Feb.
  153. Meridian Books: Cohen, Arthur A.: 1959, 24 Feb.
  154. Meridian Books: Cohen, Arthur A.: 1961, 6 Jan.
  155. Meridian Books: Cohen, Arthur A.: 1961, 23 Jan.
  156. Meridian Books: Cohen, Arthur A.: 1961, 23 Feb.
  157. Meridian Books: Cook, Jane: 1965, 31 Mar.
  158. Meridian Books: Cook, Jane S.: 1965, 15 May
  159. Meridian Books: Coulter, David C.: 1965, 22 Jan.
  160. Meridian Books: Eldredge, Sears: 1965, 8 Mar.
  161. Meridian Books: Eldredge, Sears: 1965, 5 Apr.
  162. Meridian Books: Forman, Joanne: Undated.
  163. Meridian Books: Fry, Mrs. Anita: 1965, 24 June
  164. Meridian Books: Fry, Mrs. Anita: 1965, 11 Nov.
  165. Meridian Books: Gano, Norman: 1966, 22 Apr.
  166. Meridian Books: Glassburn, Robert: 1965, 21 May
  167. Meridian Books: Halverson, Marvin P.: 1961, 5 Jan.
  168. Meridian Books: Harders, Robert: 1975, 18 Jan.
  169. Meridian Books: Henning, W. Keith: 1968, 26 Feb.
  170. Meridian Books: Jones, Mrs. Cliff: 1965, Apr.
  171. Meridian Books: Jones, Mardi B.: 1965, 10 May
  172. Meridian Books: Keenan, Joseph S.: 1968, 29 Feb.
  173. Meridian Books: Livingston, William, 1971, 29 June
  174. Meridian Books: McCoy, Doug: 1965, 13 Aug.
  175. Meridian Books: McCoy, Doug: 1965, 24 Aug.
  176. Meridian Books: Pangborn, Cyrus R.: 1966, 8 June
  177. Meridian Books: Sawyer, Paul W.: 1966, 16 Mar.
  178. Meridian Books: Sawyer, Paul W.: 1966, 21 Mar.
  179. Meridian Books: Schroeder, Ruby: 1965, 12 Apr.
  180. Meridian Books: Schroeder, Ruby: 1965, 8 June
  181. Meridian Books: Segal, JoAnn & Willie: 1966, 15, Jan.
  182. Meridian Books: Van Doren, Peter: 1965, 14 July
  183. Meridian Books: Van Doren, Peter: 1965, 15 Sept.
  184. Meridian Books: Vincent, Mary Louise: 1961, 26 Jan.
  185. Meridian Books: Vincent, Mary Louise: 1961, 20 Feb.
  186. Meridian Books: Vincent, Mary Louise: 1961, 28 Feb.
  187. Meridian Books: Vincent, Mary Louise: 1961, 6 Mar.
  188. Meridian Books: Vincent, Mary Louise: 1961, 8 Mar.
  189. Meridian Books: Vincent, Mary Louise: 1961, 10 Apr.
  190. Meridian Books: Vincent, Mary Louise: 1961, 17 Apr.
  191. Meridian Books: Vincent, Mary Louise: 1961, 25 Apr.
  192. Meridian Books: Vincent, Mary Louise: 1961, 15 May
  193. Meridian Books: Vincent, Mary Louise: 1961, 23 May
  194. Meridian Books: Vincent, Mary Louise: 1961, 2 June
  195. Meridian Books: Vincent, Mary Louise: 1961, 6 Sept.
  196. Meridian Books: Vincent, Mary Louise: 1961, 12 Sept.
  197. Meridian Books: Vincent, Mary Louise: 1962, 21 Dec.
  198. Meridian Books: Woodbridge, Elizabeth: 1965, 23 Mar.
  199. Meridian Books: Royalty Report: 1961, 30 Jan.
  200. Meridian Books: Royalty Report: 1963, 25 Mar.
  201. Meridian Books: Royalty Report: 1965, 31 Mar.
  202. Meridian Books: Royalty Report: 1965, 30 Sept.
  203. Meridian Books: Royalty Report: 1967, 31 Mar.
  204. Meridian Books: Royalty Report: 1967, 30 Sept.

Business Papers: Miscellaneous Legal; New York Film Festival; Real Estate Samuel French, Inc.; San Francisco State University; Studio

Box 22
Folder -- Contents

Miscellaneous Legal includes correspondence (1940-1976) from Robert D. Carter, A.F. Crocket, Edward L. Kingsley, and Albert A. Rosenshine.

  1. Miscellaneous Legal: Rosenshine, Albert: 1940, 21 May
  2. Miscellaneous Legal: Barber, Oscar: 1940, 11 June
  3. Miscellaneous Legal: Rosenshine, Albert, 1940, 25 June
  4. Miscellaneous Legal: 1942, 17 Nov.
  5. Miscellaneous Legal: Rosenshine, Albert A: 1945, 19 Feb.
  6. Miscellaneous Legal: Rosenshine, Albert A.: 1947, 20 Feb.
  7. Miscellaneous Legal: Rosenshine, Albert A.: 1948, 9 July
  8. Miscellaneous Legal: Michels, J. & D.: 1950, 17 Feb.
  9. Miscellaneous Legal: Burke, S.: 1952, 29 July
  10. Miscellaneous Legal: Crocket, A.F.: 1953, 26 Mar.
  11. Miscellaneous Legal: Crocket, A.F.: 1953, 11 May
  12. Miscellaneous Legal: Crocket, A.F.: 1953, 5 June
  13. Miscellaneous Legal: Crocket, A.F.: 1953, 23 June
  14. Miscellaneous Legal: Crocket, A.F.: 1953, 7 July
  15. Miscellaneous Legal: Crocket, A.F.: 1953, 14 Oct.
  16. Miscellaneous Legal: Crocket, A.F.: 1953, 22 Oct.
  17. Miscellaneous Legal: Crocket, A.F.: 1953, 3 Nov.
  18. Miscellaneous Legal: Crocket, A.F.: 1953, 9 Nov.
  19. Miscellaneous Legal: Kingsley, Edward: 1953, 1 Dec.
  20. Miscellaneous Legal: Kingsley, Edward: 1954, 6 Jan.
  21. Miscellaneous Legal: Kingsley, Edward: 1954, 5 Feb.
  22. Miscellaneous Legal: Kingsley, Edward: 1954, 16 Feb.
  23. Miscellaneous Legal: Crocket, A.F.: 1954, 8 Feb.
  24. Miscellaneous Legal: Crocket, A.F.: 1954, 13 Aug.
  25. Miscellaneous Legal: Crocket, A.F.: 1955, 22 Aug.
  26. Miscellaneous Legal: Crocket, A.F.: 1955, 14 Sept.
  27. Miscellaneous Legal: Crocket, A.F.: 1955, 17 Nov.
  28. Miscellaneous Legal: Lloyds Bank Limited: 1956, 16 Oct.
  29. Miscellaneous Legal: Last Will & Testament: 1957, 5 Mar.
  30. Miscellaneous Legal: 1966, 27 July
  31. Miscellaneous Legal: Widlund, Ernest A.: 1976, 27 Sept.
  32. Miscellaneous Legal: Graham, Connie: 1976, 5 Oct.
  33. Miscellaneous Legal: Barber, Oscar T.: no year, 11 Jan.
  34. Miscellaneous Legal:
  35. Miscellaneous Legal:

    New York Film Festival correspondence (1968-1970) concerning the 7th and 8th annual New York Film Festival.

  36. New York Film Festival: 1968, 18 Jan.
  37. New York Film Festival: 1968, 22 Jan.
  38. New York Film Festival: 1968, 4 June
  39. New York Film Festival: 1968, 13 June
  40. New York Film Festival: 1968, 17 June
  41. New York Film Festival: 1968, 5 Sept.
  42. New York Film Festival: 1968, 15 Sept.
  43. New York Film Festival: 1969, 14, Aug.
  44. New York Film Festival: 1969, 17 Oct.
  45. New York Film Festival: 1970, 11 Aug.
  46. New York Film Festival: 1970, 28 Aug.
  47. New York Film Festival: Undated.

    Real Estate. Insurance policy, lease, maps, deed and correspondence concerning

  48. Real Estate: Assessors Map: 1971
  49. Real Estate: Authorization to sell: 1973
  50. Real Estate: Buyer's Escrow: 1971, 1 June
  51. Real Estate: Croker, July: 1975, 21 Jan.
  52. Real Estate: Deed: 1971, 11 June
  53. Real Estate: Full reconveyance: 1974, 11 Mar.
  54. Real Estate: Hill, Horace L.: 1971, 14 Oct.
  55. Real Estate: Hill, Horace L.: 1971, 9 Nov.
  56. Real Estate: Broughton, James, Insurance policy
  57. Real Estate: Jones, Proctor: 1972, 30 June
  58. Real Estate: Jones, Proctor: 1972, 26 Sept.
  59. Real Estate: Lease rental agreement and receipt
  60. Real Estate: Lowney, Chet: 1971, 29 June
  61. Real Estate: Lowney, Chet: 1971, 29 June
  62. Real Estate: Lowney, Chet: 1971, 30 June
  63. Real Estate: McKnight sales agreement: 1973, 15 Nov.
  64. Real Estate: Major, Patricia: 1973, 31 Aug.
  65. Real Estate: Map of Stinson Beach: 1931
  66. Real Estate: Map of Stinson Beach
  67. Real Estate: Miller, Ruth: 1971, 18 May
  68. Real Estate: Miller, Ruth: 1971, 12 June
  69. Real Estate: Miller, Ruth: 1971, 23 June
  70. Real Estate: Mortgage clause
  71. Real Estate: National Auto & Casualty: 1972, 17 Apr.
  72. Real Estate: Office of Assessor: 1971, 9 Aug.
  73. Real Estate: Office of Assessor: 1973, 11 May
  74. Real Estate: Paid: 1949, 7 Jan.
  75. Real Estate: Preliminary report: 1971, 4 May
  76. Real Estate: Rental on beach cottage: 1971
  77. Real Estate: Rental to K.E. Tasker: 1971, July-Dec.
  78. Real Estate: Safeco Title Insurance
  79. Real Estate: Sales agreement: 1971, 28 Apr.
  80. Real Estate: Sales agreement: 1971, 16 May
  81. Real Estate: Sales agreement: 1973, 26 Nov.
  82. Real Estate: Security Title Insurance Co.
  83. Real Estate: Stinson Beach Water: 1972, 17 July
  84. Real Estate: Stinson Beach Water District: 1971, 3 Aug.
  85. Real Estate: Tasker, Katherine Collection account no. 62
  86. Real Estate: Water Co. Meter Service: 1971

    Samuel French, Inc.: Correspondence (1965-1968) concerning possible publication of Broughton's plays.

  87. Talbot, William: 1965, 26 Nov.
  88. Broughton, James: 1965, 1 Dec.
  89. Broughton, James: 1966, 23 Feb.
  90. Talbot, William: 1966, 25 Feb.
  91. Broughton, James: 1967, 10 Feb.
  92. Talbot, William: 1967, 24 May
  93. Broughton, James: 1965, 17 Sept.
  94. Walsh, Jack: 1965, 27 Sept.
  95. Broughton, James: 1965, 28 Sept.
  96. Broughton, James: 1965, 4 Oct.
  97. Walsh, Jack: 1965, 19 Nov.
  98. Broughton, James: 1968, 28 Aug.
  99. San Francisco State University: Correspondence (1967-1977), student evaluations and related material concerning Broughton's teaching.

  100. San Francisco State University: 1967, Spring
  101. San Francisco State University: 1967
  102. San Francisco State University: 1967, Spring
  103. San Francisco State University: 1967
  104. San Francisco State University: 1967, 25 Jan.
  105. San Francisco State University: 1967, 9 Feb.
  106. San Francisco State University: 1967, 8 Mar.
  107. San Francisco State University: 1967, 14 Apr.
  108. San Francisco State University: 1967, 31 May
  109. San Francisco State University: 1967, 11 June
  110. San Francisco State University: 1967, 11 July
  111. San Francisco State University: 1967, 11 July
  112. San Francisco State University: 1967, 24 May
  113. San Francisco State University: 1967, 19 July
  114. San Francisco State University: 1967, 21 July
  115. San Francisco State University: 1967, 25 July
  116. San Francisco State University: 1967, 27 July
  117. San Francisco State University: 1968, 8 May
  118. San Francisco State University: 1968, 22 May
  119. San Francisco State University: 1968, 4 June
  120. San Francisco State University: 1968, 13 Jan.
  121. San Francisco State University: 1969, 17, Jan.
  122. San Francisco State University: 1969, 4. Feb.
  123. San Francisco State University: 1969, 11 Feb.
  124. San Francisco State University: 1969, 9 Apr.
  125. San Francisco State University: 1969
  126. San Francisco State University: 1970, 5 Jan.
  127. San Francisco State University: 1970, 9 June
  128. San Francisco State University: 1970, 27 July
  129. San Francisco State University: 1970, 29 July
  130. San Francisco State University: 1970, 21 Oct.
  131. San Francisco State University: 1970, 3 Nov.
  132. San Francisco State University: 1970, 3 Nov.
  133. San Francisco State University: 1970, 27 Nov.
  134. San Francisco State University: 1970, 27 Nov.
  135. San Francisco State University: 1970, 27 Nov.
  136. San Francisco State University: 1970, 8 Dec.
  137. San Francisco State University: 1971, 1 May
  138. San Francisco State University: 1971, 27 May
  139. San Francisco State University: 1971, 13 July
  140. San Francisco State University: 1971, 29 Sept.
  141. San Francisco State University: 1971, 6 Oct.
  142. San Francisco State University: 1971, 6 Oct.
  143. San Francisco State University: 1971, 8 Oct.
  144. San Francisco State University: 1971, 8 Oct.
  145. San Francisco State University: 1971, 8 Nov.
  146. San Francisco State University: 1972, 7 Mar.
  147. San Francisco State University: 1972, 8 Mar.
  148. San Francisco State University: 1972, 14 Mar.
  149. San Francisco State University: 1972, 11 Apr.
  150. San Francisco State University: 1972, 24 May
  151. San Francisco State University: 1972, May
  152. San Francisco State University: 1972, 1 July
  153. San Francisco State University: 1972, 25 July
  154. San Francisco State University: 1972, 28 Nov.
  155. San Francisco State University: 1972, Fall
  156. San Francisco State University: 1973, 18 Apr.
  157. San Francisco State University: 1973, 1 May
  158. San Francisco State University: 1973, 23 July
  159. San Francisco State University: 1973, 8 Nov.
  160. San Francisco State University: 1973
  161. San Francisco State University: 1974, 27 Mar.
  162. San Francisco State University: 1974, 28 Mar.
  163. San Francisco State University: 1974, 17 Apr.
  164. San Francisco State University: 1974, 21 Apr.
  165. San Francisco State University: 1974, 1 Nov.
  166. San Francisco State University: 1975
  167. San Francisco State University; 1976, 30 Sept.
  168. San Francisco State Univeristy: 1977, 11 Feb.
  169. Receipts for equipment and other studio expenses (1959-1969).

  170. Studio: 1959
  171. Studio: Receipts: 1968-1970

Business Papers: Vancouver Festival; Whitney Museum; Zwerlin; Miscellaneous Correspondence A-Br.

Box 23
Folder -- Contents

Correspondence (1960-1961) between Broughton and Peter Morris of Cinema 16 about the Festival of the Contemporary Arts.

  1. Vancouver Festival: 1960, 25 Nov.
  2. Vancouver Festival: 1961, 2 Jan.
  3. Vancouver Festival: 1961, 13 Jan.
  4. Vancouver Festival: 1961, 20 Jan.
  5. Vancouver Festival: 1970, 28 July
  6. Vancouver Festival: 1970, 4 Aug.
  7. Vancouver Festival: 1970, 11 Aug.
  8. Vancouver Festival: 1970, 8 Sept.
  9. Correspondence (1970-1973) concerning the Film Department of theWhitney Museum of American Art. Principal correspondent: David Bienstock.

  10. Whitney Museum: 1970, 11 Sept.
  11. Whitney Museum: 1970, 19 Oct.
  12. Whitney Museum: 1971, 28 July
  13. Whitney Museum: 1971, 20 Aug.
  14. Whitney Museum: 1971, 3 Nov.
  15. Whitney Museum: 1971, 10 Nov.
  16. Whitney Museum: 1971, 1 Dec.
  17. Whitney Museum: 1971, 17 Dec.
  18. Whitney Museum: 1971, 22 Dec.
  19. Whitney Museum: 1972, 26 Jan.
  20. Whitney Museum: 1972, 29 Jan.
  21. Whitney Museum: 1972, 4 Feb.
  22. Whitney Museum: 1972, 9 Feb.
  23. Whitney Museum: 1972, 21 Apr.
  24. Whitney Museum: 1972, 28 Apr.
  25. Whitney Museum: 1972, 3 May
  26. Whitney Museum: 1972, 6 June
  27. Whitney Museum: 1972, 14 June
  28. Whitney Museum: 1972, 19 June
  29. Whitney Museum: 1972, 22 June
  30. Whitney Museum: 1972, 9 July
  31. Whitney Museum: Undated.
  32. Whitney Museum: Undated.
  33. Whitney Museum: Undated.
  34. Whitney Museum: Undated.
  35. Whitney Museum: Undated.
  36. Whitney Museum: Programs, misc.: Undated.
  37. Correspondence (1951-1970) between Broughton and his lawyer Kenneth Carlton Zwerin.

  38. Zwerin: 1951, 22 Jan.
  39. Zwerin: 1951, 24 Jan.
  40. Zwerin: 1951, 16 Apr.
  41. Zwerin: 1951, 19 Dec.
  42. Zwerin: 1952, 23 Jan.
  43. Zwerin: 1952, 5 Mar.
  44. Zwerin: 1952, 7 Mar.
  45. Zwerin: 1952, 27 Mar.
  46. Zwerin: 1952, 4 Apr.
  47. Zwerin: 1952, 22 Apr.
  48. Zwerin: 1953, 5 June
  49. Zwerin: 1953, 27 Oct.
  50. Zwerin: 1954, 11 Jan.
  51. Zwerin: 1955, 22 Apr.
  52. Zwerin: 1955, 17 May
  53. Zwerin: 1955, 20 Oct.
  54. Zwerin: 1956, 16 Apr.
  55. Zwerin: 1956, 24 Apr.
  56. Zwerin: 1956, 6 Dec.
  57. Zwerin: 1956, 19 Dec.
  58. Zwerin: 1957, 7 Jan.
  59. Zwerin: 1957, 21 Feb.
  60. Zwerin: 1961, 15 Feb.
  61. Zwerin: 1961, 30 Nov.
  62. Zwerin: 1963, 14 May
  63. Zwerin: 1963, 20 May
  64. Zwerin: 1963, 4 Sept.
  65. Zwerin: 1964, 2 Dec.
  66. Zwerin: 1966, 23 May
  67. Zwerin: 1966, 27 June
  68. Zwerin: 1967, 27 July
  69. Zwerin: 1970, 22 Mar.

    Miscellaneous Correspondence A-Br.

  70. Abrahams, William: 1969, 27 Sept.
  71. Adams, Phoebe Lou: 1949, 3 May
  72. Alexander, Jesse: 1957, 14 Oct.
  73. Allen, John: 1969, 26 April
  74. Allen, John: 1972, 14, Mar.
  75. Ames, Christopher M.: 1972, 6 April
  76. Amirkhanian, Charles: Undated.
  77. Ammannati, F.L.: 1956, 23 May
  78. Angell, Callie: 1974, 4 Apr.
  79. Atkins, Alan: 1971, 28 Dec.
  80. Aubry, Christine: 1968, 30 May
  81. Bachmann, Gideon: no year, 4 April
  82. Bakalinsky, Mrs. Max: 1960, 29 Jan.
  83. Bakalinsky, Ada: 1962, 6 June
  84. Bakalinsky, Adah: Undated.
  85. Barab, Peter: 1972, 4 Feb.
  86. Barrett, W.G.: 1948, 6 Oct.
  87. Barrett, William G.: 1950, 8 Jan.
  88. Barrett, William G.: 1950, 30 Dec.
  89. Barrett, William: Undated.
  90. Barrett, William: Undated.
  91. Beath, Linda, 1976, 8 Mar.
  92. Beaver, Chris: 1970, 12 Dec.
  93. Benson, Jack: 1964, 18 Mar.
  94. [Bente]: 1953, 9 Nov.
  95. Berg, Wanda: 1965, 28 May
  96. Berland, Jayne: Undated.
  97. Bloch, Peter: 1974, 10 Apr.
  98. Bloch, Peter: 1974, 11 Aug.
  99. Bloch, Peter: 1974, 11 Sept.
  100. Bloch, Peter: 1974, 19 Nov.
  101. Bloch, Peter: 1974, 9 Dec.
  102. Bloch, Peter: Undated.
  103. Bolton, Anne: 1955, 4 Feb.
  104. Bolton, Anne: 1955, 24 May
  105. Brewton, John E.: 1967, 19 Apr.
  106. Brewton, John E.: 1967, 18 May
  107. Brickhouse, Robert C.: 1971, 14 Jan.
  108. Broughton, James: 1944, 5 May
  109. Broughton, James: 1945, 30 July
  110. Broughton, James: 1945, 13 Aug.
  111. Broughton, James: 1948, 20 May
  112. Broughton, James: 1948, 21 June
  113. Broughton, James: 1949, 3 Jan.
  114. Broughton, James: 1949, 1 Feb.
  115. Broughton, James: 1949, 5 Feb.
  116. Broughton, James: 1949, 11 Apr.
  117. Broughton, James: 1949, 7 Oct.
  118. Broughton, James: 1949, 12 Oct.
  119. Broughton, James: 1957, 7 Nov.
  120. Broughton, James: 1957, 8 Nov.
  121. Broughton, James: 1957, 26 Nov.
  122. Broughton, James: 1957, 30 Nov.
  123. Broughton, James: 1957, 16 Dec.
  124. Broughton, James: 1958, 17 Jan.
  125. Broughton, James: 1958, 31 Jan.
  126. Broughton, James: 1958, 24 Feb.
  127. Broughton, James: 1958, 28 Feb.
  128. Broughton, James: 1958, 8 May
  129. Broughton, James: 1958, 9 July
  130. Broughton, James: 1960, 9 May
  131. Broughton, James: 1961, 30 Jan.
  132. Broughton, James: 1961, 30 Mar.
  133. Broughton, James: 1961, 27 Apr.
  134. Broughton, James: 1961, 31 July
  135. Broughton, James: 1961, 9 Aug.
  136. Broughton, James: 1961: 5 Sept.
  137. Broughton, James: 1962, 9 Mar.
  138. Broughton, James: 1962, 9 Mar.
  139. Broughton, James: 1962, 20 June
  140. Broughton, James: 1964, 9 Dec.
  141. Broughton, James: 1965, 11 Mar.
  142. Broughton, James: 1965, 15 Mar.
  143. Broughton, James: 1965, 24 May
  144. Broughton, James: 1965, 27 May
  145. Broughton, James: 1965, 29 June
  146. Broughton, James: 1965, 19 Aug.
  147. Broughton, James: 1965, 7 Sept.
  148. Broughton, James: 1965, 14 Sept.
  149. Broughton, James: 1965, 2 Dec.
  150. Broughton, James: 1966, 11 Jan.
  151. Broughton, James: 1966, 15 Feb.
  152. Broughton, James: 1966, 12 May
  153. Broughton, James: 1966, 27 June
  154. Broughton, James: 1966, 12 July
  155. Broughton, James: 1966, 16 Dec.
  156. Broughton, James: 1967, 14 Apr.
  157. Broughton, James: 1967, 14 Apr.
  158. Broughton, James: 1967, 2 Dec.
  159. Broughton, James: 1968, 2 Jan.
  160. Broughton, James: 1968, 6 Feb.
  161. Broughton, James: 1968, 8 Mar.
  162. Broughton, James: 1968, 8 Mar.
  163. Broughton, James: 1968, 18 Mar.
  164. Broughton, James: 1968, 4 Apr.
  165. Broughton, James: 1968, 27 May
  166. Broughton, James: 1968, 13 June
  167. Broughton, James: 1968, 13 June
  168. Broughton, James: 1968, 28 June
  169. Broughton, James: 1968, 10 July
  170. Broughton, James: 1968, 12 July
  171. Broughton, James: 1968, 3 Sept.
  172. Broughton, James: 1968, 16 Oct.
  173. Broughton, James: 1968, 18 Oct.
  174. Broughton, James: 1968, 17 Dec.
  175. Broughton, James: 1968, 30 Dec.
  176. Broughton, James: 1969, 1 Feb.
  177. Broughton, James: 1969, 22 Apr.
  178. Broughton, James: 1969, 3 June
  179. Broughton, James: 1969, 1 July
  180. Broughton, James: 1969, 12 Aug.
  181. Broughton, James: 1969, 16 Sept.
  182. Broughton, James: 1969, 22 Sept.
  183. Broughton, James: 1969, 23 Sept.
  184. Broughton, James: 1969, 25 Sept.
  185. Broughton, James: 1969, 7 Nov.
  186. Broughton, James: 1969, 7 Nov.
  187. Broughton, James: 1969, 23 Dec.
  188. Broughton, James: 1970, 12 Jan.
  189. Broughton, James: 1970, 12 Jan.
  190. Broughton, James: 1970, 22 May
  191. Broughton, James: 1970, 23 May
  192. Broughton, James: 1970, 26 May
  193. Broughton, James: 1970, 28 July
  194. Broughton, James: 1970, 28 Sept.
  195. Broughton, James: 1970, 30 Oct.
  196. Broughton, James: 1970, 1 Dec.
  197. Broughton, James: 1971, 21 Jan.
  198. Broughton, James: 1971, 21 Jan.
  199. Broughton, James: 1971, 3 Apr.
  200. Broughton, James: 1971, 28 Apr.
  201. Broughton, James: 1971, 30 Apr.
  202. Broughton, James: 1971, 6 May
  203. Broughton, James: 1971, 19 May
  204. Broughton, James: 1971, 16 June
  205. Broughton, James: 1971, 23 Sept.
  206. Broughton, James: 1971, 29 Sept.
  207. Broughton, James: 1971, 29 Sept.
  208. Broughton, James: 1971, 13 Oct.
  209. Broughton, James: 1972, 25 Jan.
  210. Broughton, James: 1972, 2 Feb.
  211. Broughton, James: 1972, 9 Feb.
  212. Broughton, James: 1972, 16 Feb.
  213. Broughton, James: 1972, 16 Feb.
  214. Broughton, James: 1972, 23 Feb.
  215. Broughton, James: 1972, 1 Mar.
  216. Broughton, James: 1972, 1 Mar.
  217. Broughton, James: 1972, 8 Mar.
  218. Broughton, James: 1972, 17 Mar.
  219. Broughton, James: 1972, 17 Mar.
  220. Broughton, James: 1972, 12 Apr.
  221. Broughton, James: 1972, 12 Apr.
  222. Broughton, James: 1972, 26 May
  223. Broughton, James: 1972, 7 June
  224. Broughton, James: 1972, 7 June
  225. Broughton, James: 1972, 28 June
  226. Broughton, James: 1972, 28 June
  227. Broughton, James: 1972, 3 July
  228. Broughton, James: 1973, 16 June
  229. Broughton, James: 1973, 25 July
  230. Broughton, James: 1973: 15 Aug.
  231. Broughton, James: 1973, 6 Oct.
  232. Broughton, James: 1974, 10 Apr.
  233. Broughton, James: 1974, 21 June
  234. Broughton, James: 1974, 8 July
  235. Broughton, James: 1974, 26 Sept.
  236. Broughton, James: 1974, 6 Dec.
  237. Broughton, James: 1975, 20 Apr.
  238. Broughton, James: 1976, 14 June
  239. Broughton, James: 1976, 24 Sept.
  240. Broughton, James: 1977, 5 Feb.
  241. Broughton, James: 1977, 9 Mar.
  242. Broughton, James: 1977, 9 Mar.
  243. Broughton, James: Undated.
  244. Broughton, James: Undated.
  245. Broughton, James: Undated.
  246. Broughton, James: no year, 20 July
  247. Broughton, Suzanna: 1972: 27 June
  248. Brown, Diane: no year, 20 July
  249. Brown, John L.: 1955, 14 Mar.
  250. Brown, John L.: 1955, 12 May

Business Papers: Miscellaneous Correspondence Br-M

Box 24
Folder -- Contents

  1. Brown, Phil: 1945, 20 June
  2. Brown, Virginia Sharpe: 1945, 21 July
  3. Brusendorff, Ove: 1953, 15 Oct.
  4. Bubbers, Jean: 1971, 5 Oct.
  5. Cabrillo College Theater: no year, 20 Aug.
  6. Camplin, R.S.: 1955, 29 Mar.
  7. Camplin, R.S.: 1955, 25 Apr.
  8. Card, James: 1972, 7 Jan.
  9. Carlson, James R.: 1960, 1 Mar.
  10. Cauliez, A.J.: 1955, 14 Apr.
  11. Cauvin, Andre: 1949, 6 Apr.
  12. Cauvin, Andre: 1949, 15 Apr.
  13. Cauvin, Andre: 1949, 14 May
  14. Childs, Richard B.: 1971, 31 Mar.
  15. Childs, Richard B.: 1971, 22 Apr.
  16. Childs, Richard B.: 1971, 30 Apr.
  17. Coffelt, Beth: 1966, 10 Feb.
  18. Cole, William: 1972, 2 June
  19. Cote, Guy L.: 1954, 2 Sept.
  20. Cummings, Margaret W.: 1951, 27 Mar.
  21. Dal Fabbro, Rinaldo: 1952, 24 Sept.
  22. Danhausen, Eldon: 1972, 9 May
  23. Daniels, Edgar: 1975, 7 Apr.
  24. Darvill, Peter: 1974, 19 June
  25. Darvill,Peter: 1974, 23 July
  26. Davis,Charlotte K.: 1970, 12 Nov.
  27. Dawson, Gene: 1964, 30 Dec.
  28. DeWitt, Dale S.: 1960, 10 Feb.
  29. DeWitt, Dale S.: 1960, 24 Mar.
  30. Dratfield, Leo: 1968, 31 May
  31. Driver, Tom F.: 1958, 14 June
  32. Driver, Tom F.: 1958, 4 July
  33. Driver, Tom F.: 1958, 15 Oct.
  34. Duke, Carol: 1976, 12 July
  35. D___, John: 1953, 1 Aug.
  36. Earle, Anitra: 1972, 7 Feb.
  37. [Edwards, Lydia]: 1965, 3 June
  38. Ellingham, Lew: 1973, 28 Sept.
  39. Ellison, Miriam: 1958, 16 May
  40. Elton, Donna: 1968, 27 Aug.
  41. Erickson, Ursula: 1960, 21 May
  42. Evans, Henry: 1957, 5 Jan.
  43. Feinstein, Peter: 1971, 17 Sept.
  44. Feinstein, Peter: no year, 14 Sept.
  45. Feinstein, Peter: no year, 25 Sept.
  46. Ferris, Andree & Broughton, Suzanna: 1971, 6 July
  47. Fichandler, Zelda: 1969, 27 Jan.
  48. Field, Martin L.: 1973, 29 May
  49. Field Roscoe & Co.: Undated.
  50. Field, Simon: no year, 10 July
  51. Fisher, Morgan: 1976, 4 Sept.
  52. Fisher, Paul: 1972, 11 Feb.
  53. Fleischmann, Christa: 1968, 13 Feb.
  54. Forman, Denis: 1954, 13 Sept.
  55. Forman, Denis: 1954, 20 Sept.
  56. Forman, Denis: 1954, 8 Oct.
  57. Forman, Denis: 1954, 2 Dec.
  58. Forman, Denis: 1975, 23 Jan.
  59. Forman, Denis: 1975, 21 May
  60. Forsberg, David W.: 1965, 17 June
  61. Franklyn, Roy: 1950, 20 Oct.
  62. Franklyn, Roy: 1950, 18 Dec.
  63. Franklyn, Roy: 1951, 8 Feb.
  64. Franz, Elizabeth: 1948, 12 Oct.
  65. Franz, Elizabeth: 1948, 9 Nov.
  66. Franz, Elizabeth: 1948, 3 Dec.
  67. Fraser, Don: 1962, 23 May
  68. Fredericks, Maude: 1950, 11 Apr.
  69. Freehafer, Edward G.: 1969, 24 Sept.
  70. Fuller, Betty: 1964, 13 Apr.
  71. Fuller, Betty: 1966, 14 Jan.
  72. Fuller, Betty: no year, 20 May
  73. Gaarder, Harold J.: 1959, 5 Mar.
  74. Gaarder, Harold J.: 1959, 24 1959
  75. Gano, Norman: 1960, 11 May
  76. Gaul, Ken: 1971, 15 Oct.
  77. Gaul, Ken: Undated.
  78. Gill, Monroe W.: 1948, 11 Oct.
  79. Gleason, John: 1971, 11 June
  80. Gleason, John: Undated.
  81. Gleason, John and Hacker, Sandy: Undated.
  82. Gleason, John and Hacker, Sandy: Undated.
  83. Goddard, Lynne: 1977, 21 Feb.
  84. Goddard, Lynne: 1977, 6 Apr.
  85. Goldman, Wayne Edward: 1959, 9 Apr.
  86. Guermonprez, Trude: 1968, 31 May
  87. Gustafson, Richard: 1973, 2 Aug.
  88. Gustafson, Richard: 1973, 5 Sept.
  89. Gustafson, Richard: 1973, 12 Dec.
  90. Gustafson, Richard: 1973, 20 Dec.
  91. Hall, Marcia A. 1972, 18 Feb.
  92. Halverson, Marvin P.: 1958, 13 May
  93. Halverson, Marvin P.: 1961, 6 Jan.
  94. Halverson, Marvin P.: 1961, 29 June
  95. Halverson, Marvin P.: 1961, 28 July
  96. Halverson, Marvin P.: 1961, 1 Sept.
  97. Halverson, Marvin P.: 1962, 29 Mar.
  98. Harper, Carol Ely: 1957, 10 Dec.
  99. Harrington, LaMar: 1973, 15 June
  100. Harsanyi, Martha: 1972, 11 July
  101. Harsanyi, Martha: 1972, 19 Sept.
  102. Haravey, Nick: 1970, 28 Apr.
  103. Harvey, Nick: 1970, 6 May
  104. Hastings, Edward: 1969, 28 May
  105. Hazelton, D.R.: 1965, 7 Apr.
  106. Heath, N.V.: 1974: 8 Nov.
  107. Herrera, Prof. Luis Guerrero:1957, 9 Jan.
  108. Hinshaw, John V.: 1956, 19 June
  109. Hull, Tusmam: 1955, 7 Mar.
  110. Huntley, John: 1958, 5 Feb.
  111. Huntley, John: 1958, 13 Mar.
  112. H___, N.V.: 1974, 1 Nov.
  113. Jacobson, Denise: 1973, 3 May
  114. Jacobson, Denise: 1973, 4 June
  115. Jarsanyl, Martha: 1972, 1 Feb.
  116. Jenkins, Joyce: 1977, 28 Feb.
  117. Jonah, David A.: 1950, 18 Oct.
  118. Jones, Lillian A.: 1948, 17 Dec.
  119. Jones, Lillian A.: 1948, 29 Dec.
  120. Jones, Lillian A.: 1949, 9 Feb.
  121. Joseph, Nannine: 1944, 4 May
  122. Jumper, Will C.: 1973, 18 July
  123. Jumper, Will C.: 1973, 2 Aug.
  124. Jumper, Will C.: 1973, 12 Dec.
  125. Kaminstein, Abraham L.: 1955, 27 Apr.
  126. Kaminstein, Abraham L.: 1955, 3 June
  127. Kapelv, H.J.: 1955, 18 Mar.
  128. Katz, Joel B.: 1965, 4 Nov.
  129. Kaye, Phyllis: 1970, Sept.
  130. Kjelstrup, Mogens: 1954, 24 Nov.
  131. Kjelstrup, Mogens: 1954, 8 Dec.
  132. Klein, Edith S.: 1969, 21 Aug.
  133. Klein, Edith S.: Undated.
  134. Kliewer, Warren: 1961, 12 Apr.
  135. Kohler, Melvin: 1949, 3 Jan.
  136. Konig, Christel: 1970, 8 May
  137. Konig, Christel: 1970, 10 July
  138. Kornzweig, Susan: 1968, 11 Apr.
  139. Korshak, Yvonne: 1961, 17 Mar.
  140. Kraft, Edward W.: 1968, 23 Dec.
  141. Kray, Elizabeth: 1957, 11 Dec.
  142. Krogh, Arne: 1953, 13 Nov.
  143. Kuhn, Donald L.: 1970, 16 Nov.
  144. Kunitz, Eleanor: no year, 28 July
  145. Land, Robert H.: 1961, 18 July
  146. Land, Robert H.: 1961, 14 Aug.
  147. Lantos, Robert: 1973, 19 Dec.
  148. Larson, Martha: 1948, 14 Aug.
  149. Laves, Margaret: 1970, 10 Jan.
  150. Lawson, Paul: 1964, 4 Oct.
  151. Lawson, Paul: 1964, 7 Dec.
  152. Ledoux, Jacques: 1949, 17 Aug.
  153. Levine, Barry: 1977, 28 Feb.
  154. Levine, Barry: 1977, 25 Mar.
  155. Liss, Carla: 1968, 26 June
  156. McClintock, Barbara: 1972, 16 Jan.
  157. McClintock, Barbara: 1972, 29 Jan.
  158. McClintock, Barbara: 1972, 11 Mar.
  159. McClintock, Barbara: no year, 14 Feb.
  160. McCoy, Marcelle: 1972, 2 Apr.
  161. McFadden, Frances: 1958, 10 June
  162. McGrath, M.V.: 1958, 10 Dec.
  163. McKowen, Clark: 1970, 11 June
  164. McLeod, Emilie W.: 1969, 5 Nov.
  165. Mams, Phoeche Lon: 1948, 10 Nov.
  166. Mams, Phoeche Lon: 1948, 29 Nov.
  167. [Manager, Lloyds Bank]: 1955, 13 Dec.
  168. Manzelmann, Richard: 1959, 9 Dec.
  169. Masur, Allan A.: 1969, 4 Nov.
  170. Maxwell, William: 1950, 10 July
  171. Mekas, Jonas: 1974, 22 Jan.
  172. Metzgar, Berta: 1956, 8 Jan.
  173. Miller, Mary: Undated.
  174. Mills, Paul: 1957, 8 Oct.
  175. Mirrielees, Edith R.: 1949, 6 Sept.
  176. Modern Institute of Art: 1948, 24 Nov.
  177. Monteith, Charles: 1956, 22 Aug.
  178. Monteith, Charles: 1956, 31 Aug.
  179. Montgomery, Chris: 1972, 26 Mar.
  180. Montgomery, Chris: 1972, 3 May

Business Papers: Miscellaneous Correspondence N-Z; Miscellaneous

Box 25
Folder -- Contents

  1. Nerber John: 1948, 3 Aug.
  2. Nerber John: 1948, 20 Dec.
  3. Nichols, Luther: 1965, 18 Jan.
  4. Nichols, Luther: 1965, 20 Sept.
  5. Osborn, Margot: 1959, 9 Apr.
  6. O'Shea, Madalyn: 1949, 28 Jan.
  7. Parker, Fred: 1972, 25 June
  8. Parks, R.N.: 1957, 16 Jan.
  9. Patella, Carol: 1968, 22 Nov.
  10. Patton, Linda: 1970, 26 Feb.
  11. Patton, Linda: 1970, 26 Feb.
  12. Patton, Linda: 1970, 26 Feb.
  13. Pauker, Edmond: 1946, 11 Dec.
  14. Petrucci, Antonio: 1952, 24 Sept.
  15. Pickett, Lowell: 1970, 28 Dec.
  16. [Poetry]: 1948, 2 Aug.
  17. [Poetry]: 1949, 31 Jan.
  18. Pollard, C.A.: 1954, 19 July
  19. Poser, Joan C.: 1951, 1 Feb.
  20. Power, Eugene B.: 1964, 26 Aug.
  21. Quinn, James: 1958, 4 Feb.
  22. Raben, Ab: 1960, 3 Mar.
  23. Raben, Ab: 1960, 4 May
  24. Rae, Sonja: 1976, 20 Sept.
  25. Raine, Jean: no year, 24 Sept.
  26. Rago, Henry, 1958, 12 May
  27. Ramachandran, T.M.: 1974, 14 Dec.
  28. Ratcliffe, Thomas G., Jr.: 1946, 6 June
  29. Reid, Mureil: 1949, 5 May
  30. Romansky, Alvin S.: 1949, 10 Jan.
  31. Ross, [Miss.]: 1959, 14 Nov.
  32. Roth, Willaim M.: 1960, 26 July
  33. Saloway, Flora: 1944, 6 June
  34. Scalinger, Giulio: 1976, 13 May
  35. Scalinger, Giulio: 1976, 10 Nov.
  36. Scalinger, Giulio: 1977, 18 Jan.
  37. Scalinger, Giulio: 1977, 20 Apr.
  38. Scalinger, Giulio: 1977, 11 May
  39. Scheugl, Hans: 1969, 21 Oct.
  40. Schlemmer, Gottfried: 1967, 18 Mar.
  41. Schlemmer, Gottfried: 1967, 18 Mar.
  42. Schlemmer, Gottfried: 1967, 11 July
  43. Schlemmer, Gottfired: 1967, 26 Nov.
  44. [Schram?], Ralph: 1945, 20 July
  45. Scott, Joan: 1969: 31 July
  46. Scott, Joan: 1960, 21 Aug.
  47. Scott, Joan: 1969, 24 Sept.
  48. Searchinger, Marian: 1969, 17 Oct.
  49. Semsel, George S.: 1977, 24 Jan.
  50. Shanervise, Lenore: 1946, 11 Oct.
  51. Simmons, L.R.: 1956, 24 Sept.
  52. Sitton, Robert M.: 1969, 5 May
  53. Sitton, Robert M.: 1969, 10 June
  54. Sloan, Bill: Undated.
  55. Sloan, Joyce J.: 1968, 24 Jan.
  56. Smith, Elspeth C.: 1968, 24 Jan.
  57. Smith, Elspeth C.: 1968, 19 Mar.
  58. Snoy, Baron Gerald: 1964, 16 July
  59. Steckle, Jane C.: 1949, 8 Jan.
  60. Stevens, A. Wilber: 1949, 18 Sept.
  61. Stone, David C.: 1961, 28 Mar.
  62. Strang, John: 1956, 19 Apr.
  63. Stuttaford, Genevieve: 1970, 25 Nov.
  64. Sullivan, Noel: Undated.
  65. Swift, Richard: 1962, 21 Feb.
  66. Sypolt, Ginger: 1969, 20 Dec.
  67. S___, John: 1969, 16 Dec.
  68. Tallier, A.: 1956, 10 Sept.
  69. [The Interplayers]: 1951, 4 June
  70. Thompson, Carol: 1970, 14 July
  71. Thompson, Carol: 1970, 23 Dec.
  72. Todd, Glenn: 1976, 20 Apr.
  73. Triefenbach: Undated.
  74. Tucker, Jacqueline: 1965, 2 Apr.
  75. Ussachevsky, Elizabeth Kray: 1957, 19 Nov.
  76. Varner, Velma V.: 1972, 8 Aug.
  77. Veilleux, Jere: 1958, 6 Oct.
  78. Watson, Warner: 1950, 27 May
  79. Wayne, James: 1968, 26 Aug.
  80. Wayne, James: 1968, 12 Sept.
  81. Weaver, Chase: 1972, 13 June
  82. Weaver, Helen: 1956, 5 Mar.
  83. Webb, Michael: 1974, 26 Nov.
  84. Webb, Michael: 1974, 17 Dec.
  85. Weeks, Donald: 1949, 3 June
  86. Weisenthal, Morris: 1949, 23 Mar.
  87. Welch, Timothy: 1969, 2 June
  88. Welch, Timothy: 1969, 5 June
  89. Welch, Timothy: 1969, 26 June
  90. Welch, Timothy: 1969, 3 July
  91. Weston, Carol: 1966, 4 Feb.
  92. White, George C.: 1968, 25 Feb.
  93. Whyte, Robert A.: 1969, 7 Mar.
  94. Wiegert, Sten: 1954, 15 Feb.
  95. Williams, John: 1971, 14 May
  96. Wong, Stella: 1971, 26 Apr.
  97. Wright, Barbara: 1976, 9 Dec.
  98. Zornow, Edith: 1968, 20 May
  99. Zornow, Edith: 1968, 21 May
  100. ____, Catherine: 1945, 4 Aug.
  101. ____, Daphne: 1954, 15 Apr.
  102. ____, Daphne: 1955, 26 Apr.
  103. ____, Ken: 1956, 24 May
  104. ____, Daphne: 1956, 22 June
  105. ____, Moreno?: 1958, 3 Dec.
  106. ____, Daphne: 1959, 30 Jan.
  107. ____, Moreno?: 1959, 13 Feb.
  108. ____, Chase: 1972, 19 Sept.
  109. ____, Lynn: 1973, 3 July
  110. ____, Nancy: 1974, 7 Jan.
  111. ____, Jim: 1974, 15 Apr.
  112. ____, Tony: 1974, 16 July
  113. ____, Daphne: Undated.
  114. Miscellaneous

Series 5: Film Files: 1946-1953

Box 26
Folder -- Contents

  1. The Potted Psalm

    Includes invoices, financial statement, "general outline of sequences," photo of Sidney Peterson, release statements, clippings and programs.

    Film released in 1946.

  2. Adventures of Jimmy

    Includes general outline of sequences and promotional flyer.

    Released in 1950.

  3. Four in the Afternoon

    Agreement.

    Released in 1951.

  4. Loony Tom

    Released in 1951.

  5. The Pleasure Garden

    Includes notebook, shooting script, "first story treatment," soundtrack and editing script, French sub-titles, manuscript of Stanley Bates score, miscellaneous notes and clippings. (Folder 1)

    First released in 1953.

  6. The Pleasure Garden

    Includes notebook, shooting script, "first story treatment," soundtrack and editing script, French sub-titles, manuscript of Stanley Bates score, miscellaneous notes and clippings. (Folder 2)

    First released in 1953.

  7. The Pleasure Garden

    Includes notebook, shooting script, "first story treatment," soundtrack and editing script, French sub-titles, manuscript of Stanley Bates score, miscellaneous notes and clippings. (Folder 3)

    First released in 1953.

    Film Files: 1968-69

  8. The Bed

    Includes invoices, cast list, correspondence, clippings, award certificates and booking information.

    Film released in 1968.

  9. Nuptiae

    Includes manuscript of "Ceremonies for the marriage of James and Suzanna," invoices, "record of film shots," "Adages for my 50th birthday," correspondence, certificates, release statements and Lou Harrison's score.

    Film released in 1969. (Folder 1)

  10. Nuptiae

    Includes manuscript of "Ceremonies for the marriage of James and Suzanna," invoices, "record of film shots," "Adages for my 50th birthday," correspondence, certificates, release statements and Lou Harrison's score.

    Film released in 1969.(Folder 2)

    Film Files: 1970

  11. The Golden Positions.

    Includes invoices, publicity, correspondence with Robert Hughes and Alden Gilchrist, score, script, production notes, certificates and booking information.

    Released in 1970. (Folder 1)

  12. The Golden Positions.

    Includes invoices, publicity, correspondence with Robert Hughes and Alden Gilchrist, score, script, production notes, certificates and booking information.

    Released in 1970. (Folder 2)

  13. The Golden Positions.

    Includes invoices, publicity, correspondence with Robert Hughes and Alden Gilchrist, score, script, production notes, certificates and booking information.

    Released in 1970. (Folder 3)


Film Files: 1971-72

Box 27
Folder -- Contents

  1. This Is It.

    Includes invoices, production notes and film festival material.

    Film released in 1971.

  2. Dreamwood.

    Includes notebooks, correspondence, production notes, continuity book, invoices and publicity.

    Film released in 1972. (Folder 1)

  3. Dreamwood.

    Includes notebooks, correspondence, production notes, continuity book, invoices and publicity.

    Film released in 1972. (Folder 2)

  4. Dreamwood.

    Includes notebooks, correspondence, production notes, continuity book, invoices and publicity.

    Film released in 1972. (Folder 3)

    Film Files: 1974-76

  5. Testament.

    Includes notebooks, invoices and publicity.

    Film released in 1974. (Folder 1)

  6. Testament.

    Includes notebooks, invoices and publicity.

    Film released in 1974. (Folder 2)

  7. The Water Circle.

    Student papers.

    Film released in 1975.

  8. Erogeny.

    Includes "Touch Book."

    Film released in 1976.

  9. Together

    Award certificate.

    Film released in 1976.


Series 6: Notebooks :1957, May - 1962, June

Box 28
Folder -- Contents

  1. 1957, Jan-Apr.
  2. 1957, May-Dec.
  3. 1957, Dec.- 1958, Mar.
  4. Typed: 1957, 1 July - 1958, 20 Aug.
  5. Typed: 1958, 13 Nov.-1960, 3 Mar.
  6. 1959, Jan.-June
  7. 1959, July-Dec.
  8. 1960, Jan.-June
  9. 1960, July-Dec.
  10. 1961, Jan.-June 22
  11. 1961, Aug. 8-Dec.
  12. Typed: 1960, Apr.-1961, June 22
  13. Typed: 1961, 10 Aug.-1962, 5 July
  14. 1962, Jan.-June

Notebooks: 1962, July-Dec.-1967, July

Box 29
Folder -- Contents

  1. 1962, July-Dec.
  2. Typed: 1962, 10 May-1963, 5 May
  3. 1963, 11 Feb.-Dec.
  4. Typed: 1963, 6 May-Dec.
  5. 1964, 3 Jan.-Dec.
  6. Typed: 1964, Jan.-June
  7. 1965
  8. Typed: 1964, July-1965, 15 Dec.
  9. 1966, Jan.-June
  10. 1966, July-1 Dec.
  11. 1967, 9 Feb.-28 June
  12. 1967, 11 July-1968, 22 Mar.
  13. Typed: 1966, Jan.-1967 July

Notebooks: 1968-1979

Box 30
Folder -- Contents

  1. 1968, May-Aug.
  2. 1968, Sept.-1969, Feb.
  3. 1969, June-Aug.
  4. 1969, Aug.-Sept.
  5. 1969, Oct.-Dec.
  6. 1969, Dec.- 1970, Apr.
  7. 1970, Nov.-Dec.-1971, Jan.
  8. 1971, Spring Equinox-19 May
  9. 1971, 19 May-2 Aug.
  10. 1971, Autumal
  11. 1972, Feb.-June
  12. 1972, July-Dec.
  13. 1973, Jan.-May
  14. 1973, June-Aug.
  15. 1973, Sept.-Dec.
  16. 1974, Jan.-Mar.
  17. 1974, Mar.-1975, 6 Feb.
  18. 1974, Apr.-June
  19. 1974, July-Dec.
  20. Typed: 1975-1977
  21. Typed: 1978-1979

Misc. Notebooks: 1926-1945

Box 31
Folder -- Contents

  1. 1926
  2. 1927
  3. 1928
  4. 1928-29: Diary material
  5. 1930
  6. 1931
  7. 1932
  8. 1933, July, Aug., Sept. no. 1-3
  9. 1935
  10. Typed: 1936
  11. 1937
  12. 1937-39
  13. 1941
  14. Typed: 1937-41
  15. Typed: 1942
  16. 1943
  17. Expense journal: 1940-45

Miscellaneous Notebooks: 1942-58

Box 32
Folder -- Contents

  1. 1942; 1942-43
  2. Typed: 1942-43
  3. 1943
  4. 1943-44, 1944 (2)
  5. 1943-47
  6. 1946 (1-3)
  7. 1947 (1-4)
  8. 1944-45; 1945-50; 1946-49
  9. 1948; 1949
  10. 1949-50
  11. 1950; 1951; 1951-52
  12. 1952-53; 1954-55
  13. Partially typed: 1956
  14. 1955-56; 1957-58
  15. 1957 (3)
  16. 1958 (4)

Miscellaneous Notebooks: 1959-1961/62; 1965/66-1976, May-Aug.

Box 33
Folder -- Contents

  1. 1959
  2. 1960
  3. 1961
  4. 1961
  5. 1961
  6. 1961; 1961-62
  7. 1962-74: Miscellaneous pages
  8. 1965-66
  9. 1967-67; 1968; 1968-69
  10. 1972
  11. 1975, Jan-Nov.
  12. 1975, Dec-1976, Jan-Apr.
  13. 1976, May-Aug.

Miscellaneous Notebooks: 1976-1979

Box 34
Folder -- Contents

  1. 1976, Sept.-Dec.
  2. 1977, Jan./Mar.-June/Aug.
  3. 1977, Sept./Oct.-Nov./Dec.
  4. Calendar: 1978
  5. 1978, Jan.-Apr./May
  6. 1978, June/July-Nov./Dec.
  7. 1979, Jan./Feb.-Mar./Apr.
  8. 1979, May/July-Aug./Oct.
  9. Workbook: 1979

Notebooks: 1980-1998

Box 34A
Folder -- Contents

  1. 1979, Nov.-Dec.
  2. 1980, Jan.-May
  3. 1980, June-Dec.
  4. 1980, June-Dec.: typed
  5. 1981: typed
  6. 1981, Jan.-Apr.
  7. 1981, May-1982, Jan.
  8. 1981, Feb.-1982, May
  9. 1982, June-Dec.
  10. 1982, Mar.-Dec.: typed, miscellaneous pages
  11. 1983, Jan.-June
  12. 1983, July-Dec.
  13. 1983, Apr.-Dec.: typed pages
  14. 1984, Jan.-June: typed pages
  15. 1984, Jan.-May
  16. 1984, June-Nov.
  17. 1984, Nov.-Dec.-1985, Mar.: [Middle East]
  18. 1985, Apr.-Oct.
  19. 1985, Nov.-1986, June

Notebooks: 1986-1995

Box 34B
Folder -- Contents

  1. 1986, June-Dec.
  2. 1987, Jan.-Oct.
  3. 1987, Nov.-1988, Aug.
  4. 1988, May-1989, Jan.
  5. 1989, Feb.-Dec.: Port Townsend
  6. 1990
  7. 1991
  8. 1992: San Miguel, Jan.; Los Angeles, Feb.
  9. 1993, Jan.-Aug.
  10. 1993, Sept.-1994, Feb.
  11. 1994, Mar.-Dec.
  12. 1995

Miscellaneous Notebooks: Undated

Box 35

  • 35 Notebooks
  • 24 Sketchbooks
  • 4 Photographs

Series 7: Posters and Programs

Box 36
Folder -- Contents

  1. Posters: 1951
  2. Posters: 1959
  3. Posters: 1960
  4. Posters: 1961
  5. Posters: 1973
  6. Posters: 1975
  7. Posters: 1976
  8. Posters: 1977
  9. Posters: 1978
  10. Posters: 1980
  11. Posters: 1981 Portrait of the Artist
  12. Posters: 1981
  13. Posters: 1982
  14. Posters: 1983
  15. Posters: 1984
  16. Posters: Undated.
  17. Posters: Misc.: Undated.
  18. Programs: 1963, Caesar and Cleopatra
  19. Programs: 1948
  20. Programs: 1948, Mother's Day
  21. Programs: 1949, Summer Fury
  22. Programs: 1951
  23. Programs: 1952
  24. Programs: 1953, The Pleasure Garden
  25. Programs: 1956, The Playground
  26. Programs: 1960
  27. Programs: 1961
  28. Programs: 1962
  29. Programs: [1964] How Pleasant It is To Have Money
  30. Programs: 1965-66 The Bard and the Harper
  31. Programs: 1969 The Bedlam
  32. Programs: 1974
  33. Programs: 1976
  34. Programs: 1977
  35. Programs: 1978
  36. Programs: 1979
  37. Programs: 1980
  38. Programs: 1981 Pasadena Film Forum
  39. Programs: 1981
  40. Programs: 1982
  41. Programs: 1983: Films
  42. Programs: 1983
  43. Programs: 1984
  44. Programs: Undated.

Series 8: Photographs

Box 37
Folder -- Contents

Please note: Oversized photographs are shelved in the 12th floor map case.

  1. Photos: Family Records: Undated.
  2. Photos: Family Records: (1905?)
  3. Photos: Family Records: Esto & Jack; James Travels: Undated.
  4. Photos: Family Records: (1927?)
  5. Photos: Family Records: Portraits: Undated.
  6. Photos: "Andree Ferris: Undated.
  7. Photos: "Pictures of Fete Gala": Undated.
  8. Photos: "Jepson Photos: Undated.
  9. Photos: "Lopez Photos": Undated.
  10. Photos: Miscellaneous Negatives: Undated.
  11. Photos: Paris: Photos/souvenir: Undated.
  12. Photos: "Performance of the Playground": Undated.
  13. Photos: "Portrait photos": Undated.
  14. Photos: Miscellaneous: Undated.
  15. Photos: Harry Redi photos: Undated.
  16. Photos: "Tamaipais School Dramatics": Undated.

Photographs

Box 38
Folder -- Contents

Please note: Oversized photographs are shelved in the 12th floor map case.

  1. Photos: Family Records: Undated.
  2. Photos: "Golden Wedding": 1891
  3. Photos: Family Records "Babies": 1914-
  4. Photos: Family Records "Babies": 1919-39
  5. Photos: Family Records: 1927
  6. Photos: 1931
  7. Photos: Family Records: 1933-39
  8. Photos: "Justema Photos": 1946
  9. Photos: "Lopez photos: RD, MG, JB": 1949
  10. Photos: Family Records: 1950-69
  11. Photos: "Double exposure, Stinson Beach" by Helen Adam: 1960
  12. Photos: "Photos by Emid Foster": 1950
  13. Photos: "'Maiden' by Helen Adam": 1957
  14. Photos: "Broughton's Brigands": 1967
  15. Photos: "Irwin Broughton": nd
  16. Photos: "Portraits, Double exposure" by Helen Adam: nd
  17. Photos: "Esto B. Broughton": nd
  18. Photos: "England/Spain (JB & C): nd
  19. Photos: "Photos by Del Monte": nd
  20. Photos: Family Records: nd
  21. Photos: Family Records: nd
  22. Photos: Family Records: nd
  23. Photos: Family Records: nd
  24. Photos: Family Records: nd
  25. Photos: Family Records: nd
  26. Photos: Deposited 11/89

Series 9: Clippings : 1912-1967

Box 39
Folder -- Contents

  1. 1912: Marriage of Olga and Irwin Broughton (Parents)
  2. 1922
  3. 1934
  4. 1943-44
  5. 1944: The Loves of Lionel
  6. 1945
  7. 1945: Summer Fury
  8. 1946
  9. 1948
  10. 1948: Playground
  11. 1949
  12. 1949-50: Playground
  13. 1950: An Almanac for Amorists
  14. 1950: Mother's Day
  15. 1950: Musical Chairs
  16. 1950-51: Musical Chairs
  17. 1950
  18. 1951
  19. 1951: Submarine Command
  20. 1952-53: The Right Playmate
  21. 1952: The Ballad of Mad Jenny
  22. 1952: "Placeres personales: algunos films de James Broughton"
  23. 1952: Pleasure Garden
  24. 1952
  25. 1953
  26. 1954
  27. 1954: Pleasure Garden
  28. 1955
  29. 1956: "How to Read Poetry"
  30. 1956
  31. 1957
  32. 1958: Burning Questions
  33. 1958
  34. 1959
  35. 1960
  36. 1961
  37. 1961-1962
  38. 1962-66: The Bard and the Harper
  39. 1962
  40. 1962: The Pleasure Garden
  41. 1963
  42. 1964: How Pleasant It Is To Have Money
  43. 1965
  44. 1966/67
  45. 1967

Clippings: 1968-1990; Undated.

Box 40
Folder -- Contents

  1. 1968
  2. 1968: The Bed
  3. 1969
  4. 1970
  5. 1971
  6. 1972: This Is It
  7. 1972
  8. 1973 and 1983: A Watts Happening
  9. 1973
  10. 1974
  11. 1975: Testament
  12. 1975
  13. 1976-77
  14. 1976
  15. 1977
  16. 1977: Seeing the Light
  17. 1978: Song of the Godbody
  18. 1978: Testament
  19. 1978
  20. 1979
  21. 1980
  22. 1981: "Poetry Flash"
  23. 1981: Miami Valley Film Festival
  24. 1981: Course: History of Filmmaking
  25. 1981: The Gardener of Eden
  26. 1981: The Fairies Gather
  27. 1981: Dakota Arts Quarterly
  28. 1981: Born Again Cinema; Appearances with Joel Singer
  29. 1981: Ann Arbor Film Festival
  30. 1981
  31. 1982: Shaman Psalm
  32. 1982: Newsletters
  33. 1982: Graffiti for the Johns of Heaven
  34. 1982: Birthday Gala
  35. 1982
  36. 1983: Graffiti for the Johns of Heaven
  37. 1983: Ecstasies
  38. 1983: A Celebration of James Broughton and a Birthday Celebration
  39. 1983: Broughton's 70th Birthday dinner
  40. 1983
  41. 1984: European tour
  42. 1984
  43. 1985
  44. 1986
  45. 1987
  46. 1990
  47. Undated.
  48. Undated: Androgyne Journal
  49. Undated: The Bed
  50. Undated: Bedlam
  51. Undated: Equal Rites for Women
  52. Undated: Odes for Odd Occasions
  53. Undated: The Playground
  54. Undated: The Pleasure Garden
  55. Undated: Resurrection Revel
  56. Undated: The Rites of Women
  57. Undated: Testament

Series 10: Miscellaneous Scrapbooks and Framed Items

Box 41
Folder -- Contents

  1. 1958?: [Collins, Jess, 1923- ] Album. 16 leaves; 25.7 cm. Bound collection of photographs compiled for James Broughton by Jess and Robert Duncan.
  2. Scrapbook
  3. Scrapbook
  4. Scrapbook
  5. Scrapbook
  6. Scrapbook

Box 42
Folder -- Contents

  1. Framed photograph of boy and girl. Signed by LaFayette.
  2. Framed poster for film The Bed: 1968
  3. Framed Diploma of Merit for The Pleasure Garden selected for exhibition at the Seventh International Edinburgh Film Festival: Aug. 23-Sept. 13, 1953.
  4. Sheet music: The Pleasure Garden: 1953
  5. Framed Certificate (the Biennale Di Venezia Award)