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|Named Person:||D H Lawrence|
|Material Type:||Internet resource|
|Document Type:||Archival Material, Internet Resource|
|All Authors / Contributors:||
Frieda Lawrence; Richard Aldington; Cynthia Asquith, Lady; Barbara Weekley Barr; Dorothy Brett; Witter Bynner; Otto Gross; Enid Hopkins Hilton; Aldous Huxley; Else Jaffé-Richthofen; D H Lawrence; Mabel Dodge Luhan; Else Merrild; Knud Merrild; Henry Miller; John Middleton Murry; Angelo Nunzio Gaspero Ravagli; Anna baronin von Richthofen; Millicent A Rogers; Ernest Weekley; Tennessee Williams
|Language Note:||Some correspondence in German.|
|Description:||9 boxes (3.75 linear feet), 1 galley folder, 4 oversize folders.|
The Works series contains drafts of Lawrence's book NOT I, BUT THE WIND (1934) and portions of "And the Fullness Thereof," which was published in 1964 as FRIEDA LAWRENCE, THE MEMOIRS AND CORRESPONDENCE. Also included are a series of numbered notebooks and a diary in which Lawrence recorded her thoughts and philosophies throughout her life, as well as articles and essays, some about her life with D.H. Lawrence.
While there is some business correspondence having to do with the copyrights and royalties from D.H. Lawrence's works, and the legal battles that occurred regarding his estate, the Letters and Recipient series consist mostly of Lawrence's personal letters to and from friends and family. Of note are the letters between Lawrence and Richard Aldington, Barbara Barr, Dorothy Brett, Witter Bynner, Otto Gross, Enid Hilton, Else Jaffe-Richthofen, Knud and Else Merrild, Mabel Dodge Luhan, John Murry, Angelo Ravagli, Anna von Richthofen, and Tennessee Williams.
The Miscellaneous series is mostly composed of letters to and from people other than Lawrence, including several from D.H. Lawrence and Ernest Weekley to Anna von Richthofen. Also included are manuscripts by other authors including a few by D.H. Lawrence, Irving Ravetch's screenplay of SONS AND LOVERS, Elise Aylen's play based on THE PLUMED SERPENT, and part of M.E. Ross's A D.H. LAWRENCE ANTHOLOGY. Additionally, there are guest and address books, Lawrence's social security card, three passports, and a large collection of letters and postcards, written in German, from Baron Podewils to Anna von Richthofen spanning 1886-1912.