Guide to the James Joyce Collection,
[ca. 1893]-1941

Collection Number: 4609

Division of Rare and Manuscript Collections
Cornell University Library

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Compiled by:
David Rando, Katherine Reagan
Date completed:
June 2003
EAD encoding:
Martin Heggestad, May 2003
Peter Martinez, July 2003
Date modified:
Jude Corina, November 2013

© 2003 Division of Rare and Manuscript Collections, Cornell University Library


DESCRIPTIVE SUMMARY

Title:
James Joyce collection, [ca. 1893]-1941 (bulk 1901-1920)
Collection Number:
4609
Creator:
James Joyce, 1882-1941.
Quantity:
5.7 linear ft.
Forms of Material:
Manuscripts, letters, documents, photographs, bound manuscripts, galley proofs, and broadsides.
Repository:
Division of Rare and Manuscript Collections, Cornell University Library
Abstract:
Manuscripts, letters, documents, photographs, bound manuscripts, galley proofs, and broadsides by, to or about James Joyce, mainly in the early years of his writing career. Manuscripts include the earliest known manuscript of his first book of poems, Chamber Music; a typescript of the first sketch of Portrait of the Artist as a Young Man; an essay containing an important early statement of Joyce's literary theory; and manuscripts for parts of Dubliners, Stephen Hero, Ulysses, Pomes Penyeach, and his play Exiles.
Language:
Collection material in English


BIOGRAPHICAL NOTE

Twentieth-century Irish novelist.

COLLECTION DESCRIPTION

Manuscripts, letters, documents, photographs, bound manuscripts, galley proofs, and broadsides by, to or about James Joyce, mainly in the early years of his writing career. Manuscripts include the earliest known manuscript of his first book of poems, Chamber Music; a typescript of the first sketch of Portrait of the Artist as a Young Man; an essay containing an important early statement of Joyce's literary theory; and manuscripts for parts of Dubliners, Stephen Hero, Ulysses, Pomes Penyeach, and his play Exiles.
Letters include substantial correspondence within the Joyce family; substantial correspondence between Joyce and his lover Nora Barnacle, later Nora Joyce, including erotic love letters from Joyce to her; and some fifty letters from Ezra Pound. Also included are correspondence and documents relating to the publication of Joyce's work, with his literary agent James B. Pinker, his patron Harriet Shaw Weaver, publishers Elkin Mathews and Grant Richards, and others. Other correspondents include Oliver St. John Gogarty; Monro, Saw & Co., the law firm which administered Harriet Shaw Weaver's patronage of Joyce; John Quinn, and W.B. Yeats.

SUBJECTS

Names:
Joyce, James, 1882-1941.
Gogarty, Oliver St. John, 1878-1957.
Joyce, Charles.
Joyce, James, 1882-1941.
Joyce, John S.
Joyce, May.
Joyce, Nora Barnacle, 1884-1951.
Joyce, Stanislaus, 1884-1955.
Mathews, Elkin, 1851-1921.
Murray, Josephine.
Pinker, James B.
Pound, Ezra, 1885-1972.
Quinn, John.
Richards, Grant, 1872-1948.
Weaver, Harriet Shaw.
Yeats, W. B. (William Butler), 1865-1939.
Monro, Saw and Co.

Subjects:
English literature--20th century.
Irish literature.
Modernism (Literature).
Authors and publishers.
Domestic relations--Ireland.
Authors, Irish.
Love-letters.
Erotica.

Form and Genre Terms:
Photographs.
Portraits.


INFORMATION FOR USERS

Restrictions on use:
Researchers may use one folder at a time.
No personal digital photography allowed.
Cite As:
James Joyce collection, #4609. Division of Rare and Manuscript Collections, Cornell University Library.
Abreviations: AL Autographed Letter, AM Autographed Manuscript, AD Autographed Document, D Document, DS Document Signed, TM Typed Manuscript.

COLLECTION ARRANGEMENT

Organized into these series: Manuscripts by Joyce; letters by him; letters by others to or about Joyce; photographs and unidentified and miscellaneous material.
Manuscripts arranged alphabetically by title; letters by Joyce, in chronological order; letters by others, alphabetically by author.

Series List

Series I. Manuscripts
Boxes 1-2, and bound manuscripts
Series II. Documents and Miscellaneous
Box 3
Series III. Outgoing Correspondence
March 1901-December 1905 - Box 4
July 1906-August 1911 - Box 5
April 1912-January 1941 - Box 6
Series IV. Incoming Correspondence, Manuscripts and Documents

Boxes 7-14
Series V. Photographs and Miscellaneous
Box 15

CONTAINER LIST

Date
Description
Container
ca. 1903-1904
Autograph copies of two songs by Ben Jonson
Box 1 Folder 1
AM
1 leaf. Copies on recto and verso of single slip of paper. Song 3 from The Metamorphos'd Gypsies and "Give end unto thy pastimes, Love" Scholes 19.
Sept. 5, 1909
"La Battaglia fra Bernard Shaw e la Censura. Blanco Posnet Smascherato"
Box 1 Folder 2
TM
6 leaves. Written in Trieste. With two copies of English translation. Published in Il Piccolo della Sera Sept. 5, 1909. Typescript dated August 31. Scholes 39.
Oct. 30, 1903
Review of The Bruno Philosophy by J. Lewis McIntyre
Box 1 Folder 3
TM
4 leaves. Typed transcripts from The Daily Express of October 30, 1903 in two copies. Scholes 1387.
1902-1904
Chamber Music Poems II-XXXII
Box 1 Folder 4
AM
36 leaves. In final or nearly final form; some poems bearing pencil emendations by Joyce. Includes four poems not included in the final text. In the hands of James Joyce, Stanislaus Joyce [?], and perhaps another hand. Cf. Scholes 12. Scholes 21.
ca. 1904
Fragment of Poem XXI of Chamber Music
Box 1 Folder 5
AM
1 leaf. Written in The Tower, Sandycove. On stationary of "The Tower, Sandycove." Scholes 23.
ca. 1904
Fragment of Christmas Eve
Box 1 Folder 6
AM
1 leaf. Third page of a story by James Joyce. A fair copy on one leaf of wove paper. First line reads "by on Wellington Quay. They used often to meet at Swans." Scholes 29.
Aug. 1912
"La Citta delle Tribu"
Box 1 Folder 7
TM
6 leaves. Written in Galway City. Published in Il Piccolo della Sera Aug. 11, 1912. With typescript English translation. Scholes 39.
Dec. 20, 1910
"La Cometa del 'Home Rule'"
Box 1 Folder 8
TM
4 leaves. Written in Trieste. Published in Il Piccolo della Sera Dec. 20, 1910. With partial English translation. Scholes 39.
ca. 1916-1920
Fragment of "Dooleysprudence"
Box 1 Folder 9
AM
1 leaf. A fragment of a song set to music by James Joyce. Five bars of words and music of a song, in Joyce's hand on paper ruled for musical composition. Scholes 60.
ca. 1906-1910
"The Dead" from Dubliners
Box 1 Folder 10
TM & AM
56 leaves. Manuscript begins as a typescript and is completed in the hand of an amanuensis. Contains some corrections in James Joyce's hand. Scholes 31.
[n.d.]
"Ivy Day in the Committee Room" from Dubliners
Box 1 Folder 11
AM
21 leaves. Autograph manuscript with notations for insertions of printed slips--cf. Scholes 33. Not in Scholes
ca. Aug. 1911
Printed slip with passage from "Ivy Day in the Committee Room"
Box 1 Folder 12
TM
1 leaf. Slips like this were printed by Joyce for inclusion in a circular letter to the press written during his dispute with Maunsel over Dubliners. The first sentences read "--But look here, John, --said Mr O'Connor. --Why should we welcome the king of England? Didn't Parnell himself?" Scholes 33.
ca. Apr. 1905
"The Sisters" from Dubliners
Box 1 Folder 13
AM
15 leaves. This is the text of the Dubliners version of the story, not of the shorter Irish Homestead version. This autograph manuscript was probably used to set up the Maunsel edition of Dubliners, but the final text of "The Sisters" is slightly different from this manuscript. Scholes 30.
Summer 1914
Transcripts of reviews of Dubliners
Box 1 Folder 14
AM
36 leaves. In various hands, including that of James Joyce. Scholes 51.
1914
Transcript of Italian review of Dubliners
Box 1 Folder 15
AM
1 leaf. Scholes 51.
[n.d.]
[Notebook] "The English Drama"
Box 1 Folder 16
AM
6 leaves. Essentially notations, arranged chronologically, ranging from drama's "Religious origins" in the Greek and Hindu traditions to "Elizabethan Drama." For use in a lecture? Not in Scholes.
ca. 1904
"An Epiphany"- dialogue between Oliver St. John Gogarty and a shop assistant
Box 1 Folder 17
AM
Written in Dublin. 1 leaf. An autograph manuscript on one side of a leaf of good-quality laid paper. A rough draft with corrections and blots. Scholes 18.
[n.d.]
Fragment of Exiles
Box 1 Folder 18
AM
22 small leaves. Enclosed in an envelope. Not in Scholes.
Mar. 22, 1907
"Il Fenianismo. (L'Ultimo Feniano)"
Box 1 Folder 19
TM
5 leaves. Written in Trieste. One of a series of articles by Joyce published in Il Piccolo della Sera. With partial English translation of Italian text. Scholes 39.
[n.d.]
Unidentified poem- "The flower I gave"
Box 1 Folder 20
AM
1 leaf. Autograph manuscript in pencil on the first page of a ruled piece of wove paper. There are some changes in the first line. A poem of three quatrains. Scholes 50.
Sept. 15, 1912
Draft of "Gas from a Burner"
Box 1 Folder 21
AM
1 leaf. An early draft, probably the first, of this broadside by James Joyce. An autograph manuscript in pencil beginning with the line, "To show you for strictures I don't care a button." The title, "Falconer addresses the Vigilance Committee," appears on the right-hand margin. The text is on the verso of the second leaf of a printed form of an empty royalty agreement from Maunsel and Co., Ltd., on a wove double-leaf. Scholes 46.
Sept. 15, 1912
Draft of "Gas from a Burner"
Box 1 Folder 22
AM
1 leaf. "Written in the train between Flushing and Salzburg." A later draft of this broadside. Autograph manuscript in pencil with ink corrections of the entire 98 line poem. The paper used for this draft was originally a typed copy of an agreement (unsigned) between Joyce and the Maunsel firm. Scholes 47.
Sept. 1912
Draft [final?] of "Gas from a Burner"
Box 1 Folder 23
AM
1 leaf. Written in Flushing. Fair copy of the broadside by James Joyce. An autograph manuscript of the entire poem in ink in an especially legible hand. There are a few changes in ink in the text of the poem. Scholes 48.
Sept. 1912
"Gas from a Burner" [Printed Broadside] [photostat]
Box 1 Folder 24
TM
Written in Trieste. 1 leaf. This broadside was printed in Trieste in an edition of 100 copies. 40 of these were sent to Charles Joyce for distribution in Dublin. This photostat shows a hand-written note added in ink by Joyce dated July 1912.
May 1907
Fragment of "Giacomo Clarenzio Mangan"
Box 1 Folder 25
AM
1 leaf. Autograph manuscript written on one side of a leaf of white wove paper. Corrections are in ink in the left margin. In the upper corner is the number 11 in pencil. This is the page 11 that is missing from Slocum E17a and from the published version in Critical Writings. Scholes 42.
May 1907
Fragments of "Giacomo Clarenzio Mangan"
Box 1 Folder 26
TM
14 leaves. Written in Trieste. A typed transcript of manuscript fragments of a lecture by James Joyce on the Irish poet Mangan, delivered in Italian in Trieste, with carbon copy. Scholes 41.
1912
Transcripts of critical material relating to Shakespeare's Hamlet
Box 1 Folder 27
AM
62 pages on 60 leaves. Written in Trieste. Likely for preparation of a series of lectures by Joyce on Hamlet in 1912. This autograph manuscript consists largely of historical and literary excerpts to be used in reference to specific acts and scenes of the play. Some material is marked for use in an introduction and a conclusion. Two pages consist of notes that seem separate from the excerpts. Not in Scholes.
May 23, 1905
Fragment of "The Holy Office"
Box 1 Folder 28
AM
1 leaf. Written in Trieste. Fragment of manuscript with printer's slip attached. This autograph manuscript is the last page of the final draft, numbered "4" in pencil. It is a fair copy made for the Triestine printer on white wove paper. Pasted to the top of the manuscript is the slip of the printer, L. Smolars, with the notation (among others) that 100 copies were to be printed. Scholes 26.
May 19, 1907
"Home Rule Maggiorenne"
Box 1 Folder 29
TM
4 leaves. Written in Trieste. Text, in Italian, of article Joyce published in Il Piccolo della Sera, with English translation. Scholes 39.
Sept. 16, 1907
"L'Irlanda alla Sbarra"
Box 1 Folder 30
TM
4 leaves. Written in Trieste. Text, in Italian, of article published by Joyce in Il Piccolo della Sera, with English translation. Scholes 39.
[n.d]
Fragment of "Lecture on Defoe"
Box 1 Folder 31
TM
2 leaves. In Italian, with carbon copy. The lecture was delivered in Trieste, in March 1912. The typescript itself dates from much later. Scholes 44.
[n.d.]
Listing of his books [partial]
Box 1 Folder 32
AM
1 leaf. List in James Joyce's hand of 51 volumes on "Shelf 3: Front" and 32 volumes on "Shelf 3: Back." Scholes 1400.
Sept. 2, 1912
"Il Miraggio del Pescatore di Aran"
Box 1 Folder 33
TM
6 leaves. Written in Galway. Text, in Italian, with English translation, of an article published by Joyce in the Sept. 5, 1912 edition of Il Piccolo della Sera. Scholes 39.
ca. 1919
"New Tipperary" [carbon copies]
Box 2 Folder 1
TM
2 leaves. Written in Zurich. Doggerel verses on the Henry Carr incident. 2 carbon copies. Scholes 1410.
[n.d.]
Notebook containing translation into Italian of Chapters 1 and 2 of George Moore's Celibates
Box 2 Folder 2
AM
55 leaves. With corrections in another hand. Not in Scholes.
1916
Notebook listing four dreams, with interpretations of three of them by Joyce.
Box 2 Folder 3
AM
2 leaves. Four dreams, apparently dreamt by Nora Joyce. Joyce dates the first dream as in the tercentenary of Shakespeare's death [1916]. This autograph manuscript of James Joyce is in a copybook bound in half cloth tucked under flimsy blue cardboard. The dreams are numbered 1-4 in red-orange crayon. The fourth dream lacks interpretation. Scholes 52.
1907-1912
Notebook "Notes on Ireland"
Box 2 Folder 4
AM
2 leaves. Material for Piccolo della Sera articles or lecture, "L'Irlanda Isola dei Santi e dei Savi" delivered in Trieste in 1912. Scholes 43.
1919
Notes for "Lecture on Blake"
Box 2 Folder 5
AM
20 leaves. Written in Trieste. A fragment of a draft, possibly final, of James Joyce's lecture on Blake, delivered in Italian in Trieste. This autograph manuscript consists of 2 unbound booklets of wove paper, each booklet made up of 10 leaves, sewn with a single gray thread. A translation of this manuscript in included in Critical Writings. Scholes 46.
[n.d.]
Notes on Vico
Box 2 Folder 6
TM
3 leaves. One page is written in English, the other two are in Italian. Not in Scholes.
May 16, 1912
"L'Ombre de Parnell"
Box 2 Folder 7
TM
12 leaves. Written in Trieste. Published in Il Piccolo della Sera. With 2 English translations. Scholes 39.
Mar. 24, 1909
"Oscar Wilde: Il Poeta di Salome'"
Box 2 Folder 8
TM
6 leaves. Written in Trieste. Text, in Italian, with English translation, of an article published by Joyce in Il Piccolo della Sera. Scholes 39.
ca. 1904-1916
Eight poems which were included in Pomes Penyeach
Box 2 Folder 9
TM
29 leaves. Typescripts and carbon copies of the following 8 poems: "Cabra," an early version of "Tilly"; "Watching the Needleboats at San Sabba"; "A Flower Given to My Daughter"; "She Weeps over Rahoon"; "Tutto e sciolto," an early version; "Simples"; "Flood"; "Nightpiece." Scholes 54.
ca. Jan. 1904
Fragment of A Portrait of the Artist
Box 2 Folder 10
AM
2 leaves. This manuscript in the hand of Stanislaus Joyce includes the first part of the narrative. This copy is on 3 sides of 2 leaves of paper. The narrative is continued only into the second paragraph and then abandoned. Scholes 35.
Jan. 7, 1904
A Portrait of the Artist
Box 2 Folder 11
TM
8 leaves. A typescript of this first brief sketch of James Joyce's novel. January 7, 1904 is the date of the autograph manuscript from which this typescript was made, but the copy itself was made by or for Stanislaus Joyce ca. 1928. The main outlines of the later work--and even some of the incidents--are here in this sketch of January 1904. Scholes 34.
ca. Aug. 1920
"The Right Heart in the Wrong Place"
Box 2 Folder 12
AM
1 leaf. Written in Paris, with envelope addressed to Stanislaus Joyce. Poem is written on one side of a plain card, signed "S.O.S." Scholes 59.
ca. Aug. 1920
"The Right Man in the Wrong Place"
Box 2 Folder 13
AM
1 leaf. Written in Paris. Poem is written on one side of a plain card, signed "J.J." Scholes 59.
[n.d.]
Latin poem- "Seduxit miles virtutem"
Box 2 Folder 14
AM
2 leaves. A Latin poem in James Joyce's hand on 2 paper slips of the size used by the National Library in Ireland. Scholes 1443.
ca. 1912 [?]
Notebook labeled "Shakespeare"
Box 2 Folder 15
AM
5 leaves. Material for lecture delivered in 1912? A chronological listing of Shakespeare's activities to 1606. Not in Scholes.
ca. Jan. 1905
Fragment of "Stephen Hero"
Box 2 Folder 16
AM
5 leaves. This autograph manuscript consists of 5 leaves of thin white wove paper, the versos blank except for the large page numbers: 479, 480, 490, 498, 506. These pages are missing from the Yale manuscript of a chapter of Stephen Hero (Slocum E3bii) and from the edition published by New Directions (New York, 1955). Scholes 36.
1909 [?]
Telegraphic code prepared by Joyce, probably in connection with his Volta Theatre project
Box 2 Folder 17
AM
1 leaf. Autograph manuscript on one page of wove paper. "Codice" is written at the top of the page. On the left side of the recto is a list of code words in Italian. Opposite each of these words is a phrase or sentence for which the word is to stand. The code is continued on the upper half of the verso. Scholes 40.
1932 or earlier
Translation into Italian of a poem by James Stephens, "Stephen's Green" [copy]
Box 2 Folder 18
TM
1 leaf. Carbon copy of James Stephen's poem and an Italian translation of it by James Joyce. "James Stephens" typed at the end of the poem, "James Joyce" typed at the end of the translation. The title of the translation has been corrected in pencil by James Joyce to "Il Vento (nel parco di Stephen, Dublino)." Scholes 62.
ca. 1893-98
"Trust Not Appearances"
Box 2 Folder 19
AM
1 leaf. Written in Belvedere College. One of the weekly compositions written by James Joyce for George Dempsey's class in English at Belvedere College. An autograph essay on the first 3 pages of a ruled double-leaf torn from the center of a copybook. At the top of each page is the motto "AMDG"; at the bottom of the last page ".LSD." Scholes 1.
[n.d.]
Notes for "Cyclops" episode of Ulysses
Box 2 Folder 20
AM
1 leaf. A list of characters for the "Cyclops" chapter. Autograph manuscript on the back of a letter from Henry Davray, dated June 23, 1919, on blue stationary of the Anglo-French Review. It is written in pencil, with the title "Cyclops" in a circle at the top of the page. Scholes 55.
Late 1919
Typescript of the "Nausicaa" episode of Ulysses [copy]
Box 2 Folder 21
TM
21 leaves. Copy of typescript in box 2, folder 22. Scholes 57.
Late 1919
Typescript of the "Nausicaa" episode of Ulysses
Box 2 Folder 22
TM
21 leaves. A complete draft, close to the published version; with autograph corrections in the author's hand. There are some corrections and changes in ink in James Joyce's hand. The manuscript consists of 21 leaves numbered in pencil, 1-9, 9a, 10-20. Scholes 57.
Autumn 1919
Draft of the "Nausicaa" episode of Ulysses
Box 2 Folder 23
AM
16 leaves. A draft of the last half of the "Nausicaa" chapter. This autograph manuscript of James Joyce is contained in two identical notebooks with covers of thick purple paper. Both notebooks have blank labels pasted on their front covers. The labels are decorated with identical red borders except that the label of the first notebook has a red anchor and the letters "C G" worked into the lower margin. Scholes 56.
[n.d]
Fragment of "Oxen of the Sun" episode from Ulysses
Box 2 Folder 24
AM
5 leaves. This autograph manuscript of James Joyce contains a draft of the end of the "Oxen of the Sun" chapter with corrections in the left margins. Not in Scholes.
ca. 1916-1920
Two fragments of music- "Whittington Chimes" and "Ca ira"
Box 2 Folder 25
AM
1 leaf. These two fragments of music are in James Joyce's hand on the recto of the first leaf and the verso of the second leaf of a double-leaf of paper ruled for musical composition. The paper bears a printed design of a lion on a branch holding a shield with two stars and the name "ZURICH" over the notation "SCHUTZMARKE No. 8." Scholes 61.
1920
Embryological chart for "Oxen of the Sun" episode of Ulysses
Mapcase B-7
AM
1 large leaf. Drawn on one side of a leaf of wove paper are nine numbered ovals of different sizes representing the monthly stages of gestation. The ovals are in red ink, beginning with the smallest almost at the lower edge of the page, each successive oval including its predecessors, the last almost reaching the top of the page. At the apices of seven of the ovals are notations about the related stage in fetal development, written in ink in James Joyce's hand. The apex of the sixth oval is distinguished by a star in red ink. In the upper left corner in a large parenthesis is the notation "Oxen of the Sun." Scholes 58.
ca. 1904-ca. 1914
Alphabetical Notebook
4609 Bd Ms 1
A series of notes kept by James Joyce on the following subjects: Byrne (John Francis), Cosgrave (Vincent), Clancy (George Stephen), Casey (Joseph), Calvacanti [sic] (Guido), Dedalus (Stephen), Devin, Esthetic, England, Gogarty (Oliver Saint John), Gordon (Michael), Giorgino, Henry (Father William), Healy (Michael), Ireland, Jesus, Ibsen (Henrik), Jesuits, Lust, Mother, McCluskey, Nora Pappie, Prezioso (Roberto), Poppie, Roucati (Venanzio), Rogers, (Marcellus), Skeffington (Francis Joseph Christopher), Sordina (Conte Francesco), Shelley (Percy Bysshe), Uncle William, and Walshe (Louis). These autograph notes are contained in a thick notebook, bound in half cloth over red-and-black mottled boards, with marbled edges. There are 300 ruled leaves in the book. The leaves are divided by 25 red tabs with white letters and have been cut so as to display the tabs, which are arranged in alphabetical order from top to bottom. Much of the material in this book was used verbatim by James Joyce in his published works, especially Ulysses and Portrait. Scholes 25.
1906-1909
Banking
4609 Bd Ms 2
A notebook on banking kept by James Joyce. These autograph writings are in a notebook, bound in half cloth over red-brown-and-white boards, with marbled edges. On the recto of the first page after the unruled end paper is the title, "Banking." The book consists of 138 ruled leaves. The book begins with the history of banking and continues through such subsections as "Clerical Work" and "The Stock Exchange." Scholes 38.
Sept. 26, 1903-Apr. 27, 1905
My Crucible, Stanislaus Joyce's Diary
4609 Bd Ms 3
Also on microfilm. A journal kept by Stanislaus Joyce. In this journal, Stanislaus Joyce used for his own purposes paper which had been previously used - mainly by James Joyce - for other purposes. The manuscript consists of 202 leaves and contains in addition to this journal the other manuscripts and fragments described as Scholes 5 (Miscellaneous fragments), 6 (Fragment of an essay, on subjugation), 7 (The study of languages), 8 (Royal Hibernian Academy: "Ecce Homo"), 9 (The Apocalypse of Saint John), 10 (Drama and Life), 11 (Medical notes), 12 "I said I will go down to where"), 13 (From Chamber Music, two early drafts of the opening lines of poem XXXVI), 14 (Fragment of an essay, on the French attempt to build an empire in North Africa), 15 (Three epiphanies: a) "Her arm is laid for a moment on my knees." b) "Faintly, under the heavy summer night." c) "She comes at night when the city is still."). Scholes 4.
Spring 1918
Exiles
4609 Bd Ms 4 +++ [?]
32 leaves. Galley proofs of the Grant Richards edition. These proofs are printed on sheets of poor-quality laid paper. They begin with page 3 of the book and continue through page 137. This is evidently an extra set of proofs, not used for corrections. Scholes 53.
ca. 1904
Italiano
4609 Bd Ms 5 +
James Joyce's workbook in Italian and German. These autograph writings are in a large notebook, bound in half cloth over brown-and-black boards, with marbled edges. On the front cover is pasted a large label with the word "Italiano" in Joyce's hand. The book consists of 138 leaves of unruled white wove paper. The first part of the notebook is a workbook in Italian combined with a commonplace book in Italian. There are 16 leaves of German-English vocabulary before the last, blank, leaf. Scholes 37. ca. 1904 and continued for several years.
Oct. 25, 1949
Advance notice of an exhibition and sale of books and mss. left by James Joyce to be held at The Librairie-Galerie
4609 Bd Ms 6
This sale notice is typed on 6 large leaves. It contains a detailed description of sale items separated into four categories: Manuscript notes, the Works of Joyce, A Working Library, and Family Portraits. Not in Scholes.
1936-1943
A notebook of Stanislaus Joyce
4609 Bd Ms 7
A series of random jottings. This autograph manuscript is in a notebook, bound in half cloth over red-blue-and-gray-marbled boards with marbled edges. The book consists of 100 ruled leaves partially numbered by James Joyce for the "Trade" section of his notes on banking (see Bd. Ms. 2 and Scholes 38). The recto of the unruled end paper bears the title "Trade" and the rectos of the following 6 pages, numbered 1-6, contain James Joyce's notes on this subject. Stanislaus's jottings begin on the recto of the eighth leaf and are continued for 66 pages on 33 leaves. Scholes 63.
Apr. 1959
"James Joyce." By John Francis Byrne
?
Ithaca. On tape. A lecture given at the Cornell Festival of Contemporary Arts. Not in Scholes. Formerly listed as 4609 Bd Ms+ 115, maybe in collection #11-8-771.
Box 3
[n.d.]
Drawing of coat of arms of Ireland, with commentary
Box 3 Folder 1
Pen and ink drawing of the Arms of Ireland with notes, possibly in James Joyce's hand. Scholes 1439.
[n.d.]
Listing of articles published in Il Piccolo della Sera
Box 3 Folder 2
1 leaf. A list of Joyce's contributions to this Triestine journal. The list of articles, in Stanislaus Joyce's hand, is on one side of a leaf of white wove paper, with scalloped upper edge. Scholes 39.
[n.d.]
Title page (paper cover) of Ibsen's Digte, Copenhagen, 1891 autographed by Joyce
Box 3 Folder 3
1 leaf. This title page from Ibsen's Digte is signed "JasAJoyce" in upper right corner. Scholes 1437.
Apr. 7, 1900
Printed form announcing the enclosure of a cheque to James Joyce
Box 3 Folder 4
D
Written in 11 Henrietta Street, London. 1 leaf. To James Joyce, a printed form announcing the enclosure of a cheque (for 12/12/0), for his contribution to the Fortnightly Review for April 1900. Signed Hayward. Scholes 511.
1902
Unidentified fragment of a letter addressed to Joyce by a friend of Lady Gregory.
Box 3 Folder 5
AL
Written in Paris. 1 leaf. Fragment of a letter from a friend of Lady Gregory to James Joyce, offering advice on living in Paris. Scholes 1447.
Sept. 30, 1902
Matriculation certificate, Royal University of Ireland
Box 3 Folder 6
Written in Dublin. 1 leaf. Matriculation certificate of the Royal University of Ireland. States that James Joyce passed the Matriculation Examination in June 1899 and obtained second-class honors in Latin. Signed J.A.Joyce." on verso. Scholes 1374.
Oct. 31, 1902
Ticket admitting James Joyce to the conferring of degrees, Royal University of Ireland. [card]
Box 3 Folder 7
Written in Dublin. 1 leaf. Ticket to a public meeting of the Royal University of Ireland for the conferring of degrees. Scholes 1381.
May 17, 1904
Clipping from Irish Times on Feis Ceoil singing competition [newspaper clipping]
Box 3 Folder 8
Written in Dublin. 1 leaf. Clipping from the Irish Times of an article on the Feis Ceoil singing competition in which Joyce took third place. The paragraphs that mention Joyce are marked with a box. Scholes 1388.
Oct. 14, 1904
Telegram to Joyce, from unidentified sender reading "Impossible get advance"
Box 3 Folder 9
Written in Dublin. 1 leaf. "Joyce" written on verso in blue crayon. Scholes 1449.
Oct. 31, 1904
Newspaper clipping advertising instruction in English at the Berlitz School, taught by James Joyce, Il Giornaletto di Pola
Box 3 Folder 10
Written in Pola. 1 leaf. Scholes 1389.
Feb. 26, 1906
Contract with Grant Richards for publication of Dubliners
Box 3 Folder 11
D
Written in Trieste. 1 leaf. Signed by Grant Richards. Scholes 1394.
Jul. 28, 1906
Certificate of birth-Giorgio Joyce
Box 3 Folder 12
D
Written in Trieste. 1 leaf. Scholes 1376.
Aug. 5, 1907
Bill relating to the birth of Lucia Joyce, Ospitale Civico, Trieste
Box 3 Folder 13
Written in Trieste. I leaf. Scholes 1414.
ca. 1909
Contract for Volta Theatre project
Box 3 Folder 14
D
1 leaf. Contract in Italian for the Volta Theatre project of James Joyce, Giuseppe Caris, Giovanni Rebez, Caterina Machnich (a typed copy, unsigned, undated). Scholes 1404.
1909
Newspaper clipping-"Remarkable Romance"
Box 3 Folder 15
1 leaf. Written in Galway [?]. "Naming no names, but obviously the story of James and Nora and their flight to the Continent."- George Healey. Not in Scholes.
Feb. 26, 1906
Dubliners contract
Box 3 Folder 16
DS
2 leaves. Contract with Maunsel and Co. for publication of Dubliners. Signed George Roberts and James Joyce. Scholes 1395.
1909-1910
Listing of expenses for the Volta Theatre
Box 3 Folder 17
AD
1 leaf. List in James Joyce's hand of expenses for the Volta Theatre. Dated December, January, February. Scholes 1405.
Sept.- Oct. 1910
Theatre Programme announcement of forthcoming publication of Dubliners, Abbey Theatre, Dublin
Box 3 Folder 18
6 leaves. Written in Dublin. Announcement reads, " DUBLINERS, By JAMES JOYCE. 3s. 6d. Net. (Ready in September)." Scholes 1382.
1911
Programma per il XII anno accademico, Universita Popolare Triestina, Instituto municipale [program]
Box 3 Folder 19
12 leaves. Written in Trieste. Program of the Universita Popolare Triestina for its twelfth academic year (November 5, 1911 to March 31, 1912) in which are scheduled two lectures by Prof. J. Joyce: "Verismo ed idealismo nella letteratura inglese (Daniele De Foe-William Blake). Scholes 1383.
Oct. 12, 1911
Certificate of vaccination, Giorgio Joyce
Box 3 Folder 20
D
1 leaf. Written in Trieste. Scholes 1378.
July 5, 1912
"A Bi-Centenary Ode" by Oliver St. John Gogarty, [newspaper clipping]
Box 3 Folder 21
2 leaves. Written in Dublin. Clipping from an unidentified newspaper of an article on the bicentenary celebrations of Trinity College Medical School and an ode written for the occasion by Oliver St. John Gogarty. Scholes 1390.
July 15, 1912 and 1913
Report cards from the Civica Scuola Popolare E Cittadina in Trieste
Box 3 Folder 22
D
2 leaves. Written in Trieste. Scholes 1379.
Nov. 4, 1912-
Printed ticket of admission to a series of ten lectures in English by Joyce on "Amleto di G. Shakespeare"
Box 3 Folder 23
1 leaf. Written in Trieste. Scholes 1384.
1914
Extracts from press notices and reviews of Dubliners [pamphlet]
Box 3 Folder 24
6 leaves. Grant Richards, London. 3 copies (2 green, same font, 1 pink, different font, but identical text). Scholes 1391.
Mar. 20, 1914
Contract with Grant Richards for the publication of Dubliners
Box 3 Folder 25
D
1 leaf. Written in Trieste. Signed by Grant Richards. Scholes 1396.
May 23, 1914
Bill sent to James Joyce from Triestine bookseller, F.H. Schimpff
Box 3 Folder 26
D
1 leaf. Written in Trieste. Bill listing twenty books purchased by James Joyce from September 1913 to May 1914. Scholes 1401.
Apr. 1915
Memorandum of agreement making J.B. Pinker agent for James Joyce's literary work
Box 3 Folder 27
D
1 leaf. Written in Trieste. Signed by James Brand Pinker. Scholes 1398.
Apr. 5, 1915
Memorandum of agreement making J.B. Pinker agent for Joyce's dramatic work
Box 3 Folder 28
D
1 leaf. Written in Trieste. Signed by James Brand Pinker. Scholes 1397.
1916
Extracts from press notices and reviews of A Portrait of the Artist as a Young Man [pamphlet]
Box 3 Folder 29
8 leaves. Written in London, New York. The four pamphlets are entitled, "Extracts from Continental Press Notices," "Extracts from American Press Notices," "Extra Press Notices," and "Extract from Press Notices." Scholes 1391.
ca. 1917
Listing of periodicals in which reviews of A Portrait of the Artist as a Young Man appeared
Box 3 Folder 30
AD
1 leaf. A list of 11 periodicals in which reviews of Portrait appeared. Dated February to September 1917. Scholes 1440.
Aug. 31, 1917
Contract with Grant Richards for the publication of Exiles
Box 3 Folder 31
D
2 leaves. Written in Zurich. Signed by Grant Richards. With typed carbon copy of extra clauses inserted by James Joyce in the "Exiles" agreement. Scholes 1399.
1918
Extracts from press notices and reviews of Exiles [pamphlet]
Box 3 Folder 32
2 leaves. Written in London, New York. Scholes 1391.
Oct. 1918-Mar. 1919
Group of papers relating to the 1918-1919 lawsuit between Joyce and Henry Carr
Box 3 Folder 33
10 leaves. Written in Zurich. In German. Scholes 1409.
Jan. 22, 1919
Notice of proclamation of Irish Republic [newspaper clipping]
Box 3 Folder 34
1 leaf. Written in Zurich. In German. Scholes 1392.
Apr. 28, 1919
Copies of statements signed by Joyce regarding the lawsuit between Joyce and Henry Carr
Box 3 Folder 35
DS
20 leaves. Written in Zurich. Four copies in English, two in German. Scholes 1408.
Apr. 20, 1920
Bill sent to James Joyce from Leipzig bookseller, Simmel and Co.
Box 3 Folder 36
D
1 leaf. Written in Leipzig. Bill listing five books purchased by James Joyce from "antiquarisch aus Katalog 229." Scholes 1402.
Aug. 23, 1924
"Un Singolare Scrittore Irlandes" [newspaper clipping]
Box 3 Folder 37
1 leaf. Clipping from Il Mondo of an article on James Joyce by F. Paolo Giordani. Scholes 1393.
1927
Printed announcement of a lecture to be given by Valery Larbaud
Box 3 Folder 38
1 leaf. Written in Paris. Sponsored by La Maison des Amis des Livres for Joyce's benefit on Dec. 7. Scholes 1385.
ca. Jan. 13, 1927
Typed listing of signatures protesting Samuel Roth's pirating of Ulysses
Box 3 Folder 39
1 leaf. Written in Paris. Some names added in ink. Envelope addressed to Stanislaus Joyce in James Joyce's hand. Scholes 1411.
ca. Jan. 20, 1927
Typed list of signatures protesting Samuel Roth's pirating of Ulysses
Box 3 Folder 40
1 leaf. Written in Paris. Additional names added in ink; with envelope addressed to Stanislaus Joyce in James Joyce's hand. List longer than that of box 3, folder 39 above. Scholes 1412.
Feb. 2, 1927
Printed listing of signatures, with statement of intent, protesting Samuel Roth's pirating of Ulysses
Box 3 Folder 41
1 leaf. Written in Paris. Printed protest including printed list of 167 signatures. Scholes 1413.
Sept. 7, 1933
Typed report on the condition of Joyce's eyes
Box 3 Folder 42
1 leaf. Written in Paris. with envelope. Typed report on the results of an exam of his eyes, sent by James Joyce to Stanislaus Joyce. Scholes 1442.
May 27, 1948-9
Printed program for concert, Morley College Concert Society
Box 3 Folder 43
1 leaf. Written in London. Among selections is composition by Matyas Seiber, "Ulysses" for solo tenor, chorus and orchestra, based on texts by Joyce. Not in Scholes.
ca. 1950
Italian influences on James Joyce [anonymous]
Box 3 Folder 44
TM
54 leaves. Notes and chapters relating to a thesis on Italian influences on James Joyce, probably prepared under the direction of Stanislaus Joyce, with some corrections in his hand and some in an unidentified hand. Scholes 1445.
ca. 1959
Publisher's announcement re forthcoming publication of Ellmann's biography, James Joyce
Box 3 Folder 45
1 leaf. Entitled "Why this is the book on James Joyce." Includes order form. Not in Scholes.
Aug. 3, 1966
Stephen D, Hugh Leonard [theatre program]
Box 3 Folder 46
For production by Olney Theatre, Olney, Maryland. Gift of Giles F. Shepherd, Aug. 16, 1966. Not in Scholes.
Dec. 13, 1966
Newspaper clipping from N.Y. Times announcing death of Mary Kathleen (Joyce) Monaghan
Box 3 Folder 47
1 leaf. Not in Scholes.
June 15-16, 1967
Program of the First James Joyce Symposium. Dublin. Ireland.
Box 3 Folder 48
Written in Dublin. 2 copies. Not in Scholes.
Feb. 1976
ReJoyce [theatre program]
Box 3 Folder 49
For readings from Joyce adapted by Dan Laurence and presented at Incarnate Word College Reader's Theatre. With news clipping on the production from San Antonio Express-News, Feb. 28, 1976. Gift of Bernard F. Burgunder. Not in Scholes.
March 1901-December 1905
Oliver St. John Gogarty (1 copy of a letter)
Box 4
Henrik Ibsen (1 draft of a letter)
Box 4
John Stanislaus Joyce (7 letters)
Box 4
Dublin family (1 letter)
Box 4
Mary Jane Joyce (10 letters)
Box 4
Nora Joyce (19 letters)
Box 4
Stanislaus Joyce (47 letters)
Box 4
Secretary of the Academy of Music (1 letter)
Box 4
July 1906-August 1911
Stanislaus Joyce (82 letters)
Box 5
John Stanislaus Joyce (l letter)
Box 5
Grant Richards (1 letter, draft)
Box 5
Nora Joyce (37 letters)
Box 5
Joseph Hone (1 letter)
Box 5
Maunsel & Co., Dublin (1 letter)
Box 5
Letter "to the editor" regarding Dubliners (1 letter)
Box 5
April 1912-January 1941
William A. Bradley (l letter, between July and December 1920)
Box 4
Stanislaus Joyce (88 letters)
Box 6
Eileen Joyce (1 letter)
Box 6
Nora Joyce (7 letters)
Box 6
Maunsel & Co. (1 letter, copy)
Box 6
Ralph Busser (1 letter)
Box 6
Harriet Monroe (1 letter)
Box 6
Ernest Boyd (3 letters, copies)
Box 6
Sir Horace Rumbold, British Minister (1 copy)
Box 6
Nathalie Barney (1 letter)
Box 6
Ezra Loomis Pound (1 letter)
Box 6
C. Huntington (1 letter, copy)
Box 6
Alphabetical name index, A-F
Richard Aldington
Box 7
George Allen & Unwin, Ltd.
Box 7
Anglo-French Review
Box 7
William Archer (8 letters)
Box 7
Rejection slip for Dubliners, from Edward Arnold
Box 7
Ebba Atterbom
Box 7
A. Auvergniot
Box 7
W.A.B
Box 7
Louis Bagnan [to J.B. Pinker?]
Box 7
John Baillie
Box 7
Mrs. Thomas Barnacle to Nora Joyce (3 letters)
Box 7
Sylvia Beach to Stanislaus Joyce (5 letters)
Box 7
Silvio Benco
Box 7
Berlitz Schools of Languages
Box 7
RAB [Richard A. Best?]
Box 7
Bill for eyeglasses, Bial & Freund
Box 7
Augustine Birrell to Ezra Pound
Box 7
Biver and Co.
Box 7
William Blackmore
Box 7
Carl Bleibtreu
Box 7
Nicco [?] Bliznakoff
Box 7
Vela Bliznakoff
Box 7
Marionne L. Bloom
Box 7
Board of Education, London
Box 7
Fratelli Bocca
Box 7
Paul Bompard
Box 7
Georges Borach
Box 7
X.M. Boulestin
Box 7
Ernest A. Boyd
Box 7
Frank Budgen (5 letters)
Box 7
Ferruccio Busoni
Box 7
O'Brien Butler
Box 7
Chateau de Lancy
Box 7
Muriel Ciolkowska (2)
Box 7
City of Dundee Prisoners of War Help Committee
Box 7
James Midgley Clark (2)
Box 7
Sir Arthur Clutton-Brock to Ezra Pound (1) and to James Joyce (2)
Box 7
Richard Cobden-Sanderson
Box 7
Padraic Colum (2)
Box 7
Memorandum from the Consorzio Industriale di Mutui Prestiti (4)
Box 7
Archibald Constable and Co. (2)
Box 7
W.F. Cope
Box 7
Corporation of Dublin
Box 7
Corriere della Sera
Box 7
Mary Corse
Box 7
Vincent Cosgrave
Box 7
Edvige Constantini (2)
Box 7
William Courteney Leonard (Fortnightly Review) (5)
Box 7
Gretta Cousins
Box 7
James H. Cousins
Box 7
Constantine Curran (5)
Box 7
George Healey from Constantine Curran
Box 7
Emma Cuzzi (2)
Box 7
Daily Express
Box 7
Giovanni Dal Min
Box 7
J. Wilfred Davies (2)
Box 7
George S. Dempsey
Box 7
Leone Dario de Tuoni
Box 7
Juda de Vries (alias Jules Martin) (12)
Box 7
Arnold Dolmetsch
Box 7
Joseph Douce (4)
Box 7
C.M. Doyle
Box 7
Invoices from Dublin Woolen Co. (22)
Box 7
Dublin Woolen Co. (6)
Box 7
D.N. Dunlop and Co.
Box 7
Daniel Egan (2)
Box 7
Piet Endt (2)
Box 7
Wilhelm Engele
Box 7
Siegmund Feilbogen
Box 7
Ettore Fileti and Co.
Box 7
Alessandro Francini-Bruni
Box 7
Nora Joyce from Clothilde Francini
Box 7
J.O. Francis
Box 7
Alphabetical name index, G - Joyce, Helen
George V., King of Great Britain via his Private Secretary
Box 8
C. Georges-Bazile
Box 8
Charles Ghezzi
Box 8
Schema for Ulysses, Stuart Gilbert [copy]
Box 8
E. Gilford
Box 8
Louis Gillet [fragment]
Box 8
Bill from London bookseller, Henry W. Glover
Box 8
Oliver St. John Gogarty (24 letters & documents)
Box 8
Maud Gonne
Box 8
Sir Edmund William Gosse to W.B. Yeats (1) and James Joyce (1)
Box 8
Great Britain, Consulate General, Zurich to James Joyce (4) to C.W. Sykes (2)
Box 8
Great Britain, Vice-Consulate, Basel
Box 8
Richard John Greenham
Box 8
Greening and Co.
Box 8
Lady Augusta Gregory (5 letters)
Box 8
Padric Gregory
Box 8
Frank Gschwindig
Box 8
Fanny Guillermet
Box 8
Bridget H.
Box 8
Felix E. Hackett to Miss Power
Box 8
Edmund J Healy to Oliver St. John Gogarty [copy]
Box 8
Michael Healy (12)
Box 8
Jane Heap (2)
Box 8
W.A. Henderson (2)
Box 8
Katherine Tynan Hinkson
Box 8
Joseph M. Hone (2)
Box 8
W.T.H. Howe
Box 8
Ben W. Huebsch (10)
Box 8
C. Huntington
Box 8
Incorporated Society of Authors, Playwrights and Composers (4)
Box 8
Incorporated Stage Society to Mr. Sturge Moore
Box 8
Irish Homestead Irish Times (2)
Box 8
Amilie Jarnach to Nora Joyce
Box 8
Philip Jarnach (2)
Box 8
Charles Joyce to Stanislaus Joyce (23)
Box 8
Charles Joyce to James Joyce (12)
Box 8
Eileen Joyce to Stanislaus Joyce (6)
Box 8
Eva Joyce to Stanislaus Joyce (9)
Box 8
Eva Joyce to Nora Joyce
Box 8
Eva Joyce to Eileen Joyce (2)
Box 8
Florrie Joyce to Eva Joyce
Box 8
Giorgio Joyce to Stanislaus Joyce (5)
Box 8
Helen Kastor Joyce to Stanislaus Joyce (2)
Box 8
Alphabetical name index, Joyce, John Stanislaus - Joyce, Nora
John Stanislaus Joyce to James Joyce (5)
Box 9
John Stanislaus Joyce to Stanislaus Joyce (22)
Box 9
Documents relative to registration of birth of Lucia Joyce
Box 9
Scholastic record for 1913-1914, Lucia Joyce
Box 9
Lucia Joyce to Stanislaus Joyce (8)
Box 9
Lucia Joyce to Mrs. Herbert Hughes (3)
Box 9
Mabel Joyce (Baby) to Stanislaus Joyce (5)
Box 9
Margaret Alice Joyce (Poppie) to Stanislaus Joyce (6)
Box 9
Mary Jane Joyce (6)
Box 9
Nora Joyce (20)
Box 9
Nora Joyce to Stanislaus Joyce (4)
Box 9
Nora Joyce to Eileen Joyce
Box 9
Nora Joyce to May Joyce
Box 9
Nora Joyce to Mrs. Herbert Hughes (2)
Box 9
Alphabetical name index, Joyce, Stanislaus - K
Commonplace Book, Stanislaus Joyce
Box 10
Stanislaus Joyce to Josephine Murray [draft]
Box 10
Memoirs, Stanislaus Joyce [fragment] [copy]
Box 10
Notebook, "Selections in Prose from Various Authors," Stanislaus Joyce
Box 10
Notebook, "Selections in Verse from Various Authors," Stanislaus Joyce
Box 10
Notes on English Literature, Stanislaus Joyce
Box 10
"Shaw's pre-war plays," Stanislaus Joyce [?]
Box 10
Pay voucher, Stanislaus Joyce
Box 10
Stanislaus Joyce to Josephine Murray
Box 10
Stanislaus Joyce to James Joyce (28)
Box 10
Stanislaus Joyce to Nora Joyce (9)
Box 10
Thomas Kelly (5)
Box 10
Mary S. Kettle
Box 10
Mary S. Kettle to Israel Kaplan
Box 10
Thomas M. Kettle (3)
Box 10
Bill from Kuoni
Box 10
Kuoni
Box 10
Alphabetical name index, L - Ph
K. Lee
Box 11
L. Lerouin [Levouin ?]
Box 11
John George Lidwell (2)
Box 11
Carlo Linati (7)
Box 11
Little, Brown and Co. to John Quinn
Box 11
David Lloyd-George to Claud W. Sykes [copy]
Box 11
John Long (4)
Box 11
E.V. Longworth (2)
Box 11
Dr. M. Lothar to Dr. George Seybel (2)
Box 11
D.A. Luzzato
Box 11
George A. MacGinty (2)
Box 11
Edith McCormick (8)
Box 11
Harold F. McCormick
Box 11
Stephen MacKenna
Box 11
William K. Magee (4)
Box 11
E. St. Lo Malet to James Joyce (2) and to the Secretary of Incorporated Society of Authors (1)
Box 11
B. Marper [sp.?]
Box 11
Edward Howard Marsh (2)
Box 11
Elkin Mathews to Arthur Symons
Box 11
Elkin Mathews (19)
Box 11
Rev. Charles H. Matthews
Box 11
Maunsel and Co.
Box 11
Albert E. Medcalf [copy] (2)
Box 11
Henry Louis Mencken (3)
Box 11
D. C. Merogge
Box 11
Hannah von Mettal
Box 11
Ministero Dell'Instruzionem Consiglio Superiore, Rome (2)
Box 11
Giovanni Moggi
Box 11
Mary Kathleen Monaghan (Joyce) to George Harris Healey (6)
Box 11
Mary Kathleen Monaghan (Joyce) to Stanislaus Joyce (13)
Box 11
Mary Kathleen Monaghan (Joyce) to James Joyce (8)
Box 11
Mary Kathleen Monaghan (Joyce) to Eileen Joyce
Box 11
Mary Kathleen Monaghan (Joyce) to Nora Joyce
Box 11
Mary Kathleen Monaghan (Joyce) to Ulick O'Connor [copy]
Box 11
Mary Kathleen Monaghan (Joyce) to Israel Kaplan (13)
Box 11
Monroe, Saw and Co (13)
Box 11
Harriet Monroe (3)
Box 11
Gina Montressor
Box 11
T. Sturge Moore
Box 11
Dom Germain Morin
Box 11
T.E. Morton
Box 11
Alice Murray to Stanislaus Joyce
Box 11
Charles J. Murray
Box 11
Kathleen Murray (Katsie) to Stanislaus Joyce (5)
Box 11
Josephine Murray to James Joyce (14)
Box 11
Josephine Murray to Nora Joyce (2)
Box 11
Josephine Murray to Stanislaus Joyce (12)
Box 11
Nast-Kolb and Schumacher (6)
Box 11
Owen Nugent (2)
Box 11
Aldo Oberdorfer
Box 11
Oesterheld and Co.
Box 11
Carrol N. O'Sullivan to John S. Joyce (1) and to Dr. Birmingham (1)
Box 11
Cecil Clifford Palmer
Box 11
Geoffrey Molyneux Palmer (8)
Box 11
Benedetto Palmieri
Box 11
Pathe Freres, London (2)
Box 11
C. A. Penrose
Box 11
Pavlos Phocas (2)
Box 11
Alphabetical name index, Pi - Quinn
James Brand Pinker (50)
Box 12
James Brand Pinker to Nora Joyce
Box 12
Ezra Loomis Pound (56)
Box 12
Ezra Loomis Pound to Nora Joyce (4)
Box 12
Ezra Loomis Pound to Mrs. W. A. Bradley (2)
Box 12
Ezra Loomis Pound to George H. Healey
Box 12
J. J. Power [?]
Box 12
Roberto Prezioso (6)
Box 12
Henry Blackwood Price (5)
Box 12
Provincial Cinematograph Theaters, Ltd. (2)
Box 12
The development of Joyce's image of women, MA Thesis, Valerie A. Purcel, Dec. 1984.
Box 12
John Quinn (11)
Box 12
John Quinn to Ezra Loomis Pound (5)
Box 12
John Quinn to Nora Joyce (2)
Box 12
John Quinn to Ben W. Huebsch [copy] (2)
Box 12
Alphabetical name index, R - Sc
A. F. Ralli (3)
Box 13
Rascher and Cie
Box 13
Forrest Reid
Box 13
F. Reventlow (2)
Box 13
Grant Richards (49)
Box 13
Mrs. B. Richardson to Israel Kaplan
Box 13
Ercole Rivalta to Roberto Prezioso
Box 13
Alston Rivers, Ltd. (Walter Levear)
Box 13
Dr. Jacques Riviere (5)
Box 13
George Roberts (13)
Box 13
A Portrait of Oliver Gogarty, by W.R. Rodgers. Transcription of Radio transmission.
Box 13
Robert Ross
Box 13
Rettore Rossi
Box 13
Royal Literary Fund (A. Llewelyn Roberts) (8)
Box 13
Attestation of graduation of James Joyce [copy]
Box 13
Paul Ruggiero (4)
Box 13
W.F. Ryan
Box 13
E. St. Leger (4)
Box 13
Nicolas Santas
Box 13
The Saturday Evening Post
Box 13
Eileen Joyce Schaurek (3)
Box 13
Eileen Joyce Schaurek to Nora Joyce
Box 13
Franz Schaurek (8)
Box 13
Schauspielhaus (2)
Box 13
Ettore Schmitz (Italo Svevo) (4)
Box 13
Charles E. Schmolder
Box 13
Oscar Daniele Schwarz
Box 13
Alphabetical name index, Se - Z
Martin Secker
Box 14
J. C. Segrue (3)
Box 14
Henry Blackman Sell to B. W. Huebsch
Box 14
Mrs. Olivia Shakespear
Box 14
George Bernard Shaw to Sylvia Beach [copy]
Box 14
Hannah Sheehy
Box 14
Francis Sheehy-Skeffington (2)
Box 14
Tullio Silvestri
Box 14
Bill from Singer Societa for a sewing machine, 1910
Box 14
Sisley's
Box 14
Skandinavisk Teater Bureau (2)
Box 14
Isaia Sonne
Box 14
South African Colonisation Society (Florence Saunders)
Box 14
The Speaker (4)
Box 14
J. Browning Spence (2)
Box 14
Margaret Spicer-Simson
Box 14
Theodore Spicer-Simson
Box 14
J. C. Squire
Box 14
John W. N. Sullivan
Box 14
Kevin Sullivan to Edmund Clynes (3)
Box 14
Claud W. Sykes (3)
Box 14
Daisy Sykes to Nora Joyce
Box 14
Arthur Symons (12)
Box 14
Edward Synge
Box 14
Calling card, John Millington Synge
Box 14
Membership card, Societe Fraternelle d'Etudiants Protestants, John Millington Synge
Box 14
Attilio Tamaro
Box 14
Bernhard Tauchnitz
Box 14
Bryceson Treharne
Box 14
Fratelli Treves, Editori
Box 14
James Tuohy
Box 14
letter of recommendation for James Joyce from Universita de Popolo (Trieste)
Box 14
Universita di Padova (2)
Box 14
Sansone Venezian
Box 14
Gioachino Veneziani
Box 14
Nicolo Vidacovich (3)
Box 14
Those Longlong Words in Finnegans Wake, Joseph Vogel
Box 14
A. P. Watt
Box 14
Harriet Shaw Weaver (60)
Box 14
Harriet Shaw Weaver to Nora Joyce
Box 14
Herbert George Wells
Box 14
Herbert George Wells to Ezra Loomis Pound
Box 14
Georg Wettstein (2)
Box 14
Typescript of Wordsworth's "Tintern Abbey" bears a note in Stanislaus Joyce's hand
Box 14
William Butler Yeats (9)
Box 14
William Butler Yeats to Ezra Loomis Pound
Box 14
Bills for piano moving and rental plus several statements from Luigi Zanoni
Box 14
ca. 1918
Photograph of James Joyce
Box 15 Folder 0101
Zurich. 1 leaf. Not in Scholes.
Mar. 31, 1923
Photograph of James Joyce from N.Y. Post Library Review
Box 15 Folder 0105
New York. 1 leaf. Not in Scholes.
1918
Photograph of Nora Joyce
Box 15 Folder 0125
Zurich. 1 leaf. Verso: "Mrs. Nora Joyce in 'Riders to the Sea'." Not in Scholes.
Apr. 1959
Photographs of J. F. Byrne at the Joyce Exhibit (2)
Box 15 Folder 1
Ithaca. 2 leaves. Not in Scholes.
[n.d.]
Photograph of Unidentified girl about 4 years old
Box 15 Folder 2
1 leaf. Scholes 1435.
[n.d.]
Photograph of Michael Healy (not positively identified)
Box 15 Folder 3
Galway. 1 leaf. Scholes 1427.
[n.d.]
Photograph, A wedding picture of Charles Joyce with his wife
Box 15 Folder 4
1 leaf. Scholes 1421.
ca. 1911
Photograph of Charles Joyce with his wife and his first son
Box 15 Folder 5
1 leaf. Scholes 1422.
[n.d.]
Photograph of Mrs. Charles Joyce, with small child, in front of a small frame house
Box 15 Folder 6
Probably taken in the United States. 1 leaf. Scholes 1423.
ca. 1913
Photograph of Mrs. Charles Joyce with her mother and first son
Box 15 Folder 7
1 leaf. Scholes 1424.
[n.d.]
Photograph of Eva Joyce sitting at a small table, with a book [3 copies]
Box 15 Folder 8
3 leaves. Not in Scholes.
ca. 1910
Photograph of Eva and Lucia Joyce
Box 15 Folder 9
Trieste. 1 leaf. Scholes 1425.
ca. 1911
Photograph of Unidentified, possibly Giorgio Joyce
Box 15 Folder 10
1 leaf. Scholes 1433.
ca. 1930 [?]
Photograph of James Joyce [3 copies]
Box 15 Folder 11
1 leaf. Not in Scholes.
[n.d.]
Photograph of Unidentified, possibly Nora Joyce, sitting, with head on hand
Box 15 Folder 12
1 leaf. Scholes 1432.
[n.d.]
Photograph of Stanislaus Joyce [5 copies]
Box 15 Folder 13
5 leaves. Not in Scholes.
[n.d.]
Photograph of Thomas M. Kettle, in legal robes and wig
Box 15 Folder 14
Reproduced in Trieste, probably from a newspaper clipping. Not a good likeness according to J. F. Byrne. Scholes 1426.
[n.d.]
Picture postcard of John. C. McCormick
Box 15 Folder 15
1 leaf. Scholes 1428.
[n.d.]
Photograph of Mrs. Josephine Murray and three daughters
Box 15 Folder 16
1 leaf. Scholes 1430.
[n.d.]
Photograph of Katsie Murray [3 copies]
Box 15 Folder 17
3 leaves. Not in Scholes.
1915
Photograph of Franz Schaurek and Eileen Joyce Schaurek, a wedding picture
Box 15 Folder 18
Trieste. 1 leaf. Scholes 1429.
[n.d.]
Photograph of two sisters of James Joyce and daughter of Josephine Murray
Box 15 Folder 19
1 leaf. Scholes 1431.
[n.d.]
Photograph of unidentified Woman and teenaged daughter
Box 15 Folder 20
Galway. 1 leaf. Scholes 1434.
[n.d.]
Photograph of unidentified Young woman
Box 15 Folder 21
1 leaf. Not in Scholes.
[n.d.]
Photograph of unidentified Young woman
Box 15 Folder 22
Florence. 1 leaf. Scholes 1436.
1960
Group of photographs of homes of Joyce family in Dublin [4photographs]
Box 15 Folder 23
Dublin. 4 leaves. Not in Scholes.
[n.d.]
Group of labeled envelopes describing contents of Joyce papers in possession of Mrs. Stanislaus Joyce. [8 envelopes]
Box 15 Folder 24
8 envelopes. Not in Scholes.
[n.d.]
Unidentified material [3 items]
Box 15 Folder 25
3 leaves. 1 colored graph, not labeled; 1 note in pencil, unsigned, referring to "Giles" and "Mr M"; 1 sheet of Spanish poems, with translations into English, all in the same hand. Not in Scholes.
1960
Photograph of 7 Eccles Street, Dublin, home of Joyce's friend J. F. Byrne and address of Leopold Bloom in Ulysses
Box 15 Folder 26
Dublin. 1 leaf. Not in Scholes.
June 30, 1988
Book review by Robert M. Adams of Nora: The Real Life of Molly Bloom, by Brenda Maddox [copy]
Box 15 Folder 28
New York Review of Books. 3 leaves. Not in Scholes.
June 30, 1988
"The Scandal of Ulysses" John Kidd [copy]
Box 15 Folder 29
New York Review of Books. 15 leaves. Not in Scholes.
1982
Dubliners Theatre Program, The Acting Company, directed by Paul Walker
Box 15 Folder 30
New York. 1 leaf. Not in Scholes.
1967
Ulysses: Film Souvenir Program
Box 15 Folder 31
14 leaves bound. Photographs and commentary about film version of Ulysses. Not in Scholes.
Drawings
Box 16