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Mabel Dodge Luhan collection, 1885-1984.

Author: Mabel Dodge Luhan
Edition/Format:   Archival material : Graphic : Manuscript   Book   Visual material : English
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The Luhan collection consists of letters, manuscripts, photographs, and personal papers documenting the life and work of Mabel Dodge Luhan. There is correspondence with psychoanalyst Abraham Arden Brill, Dr. Eric P. Hauser, and friend and assistant Walter Willard Johnson. There are smaller groups of letters to Charlotte Becker and Robert Edmond Jones, as well as incoming letters from John Reed. Writings include
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Genre/Form: Photographic prints
Archives
Named Person: Charlotte Becker; Dorothy Brett; A A Brill; Mary Hallock Foote; Eric P Hausner; Robinson Jeffers; Una Jeffers; Walter Willard Johnson; Robert Edmond Jones; Mabel Dodge Luhan; John Reed; Carl Van Vechten
Material Type: Graphic, Manuscript
Document Type: Archival Material, Book, Visual material
All Authors / Contributors: Mabel Dodge Luhan
OCLC Number: 702172178
Description: 4 linear feet. (7 boxes) + 1 watercolor painting + 1 oil painting.
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The Luhan collection consists of letters, manuscripts, photographs, and personal papers documenting the life and work of Mabel Dodge Luhan. There is correspondence with psychoanalyst Abraham Arden Brill, Dr. Eric P. Hauser, and friend and assistant Walter Willard Johnson. There are smaller groups of letters to Charlotte Becker and Robert Edmond Jones, as well as incoming letters from John Reed. Writings include drafts of several manuscripts: typescript carbon drafts of "Hildegaard" and Una and Robin; a holograph draft of Edge of Taos Desert; a holograph and typescript draft of the unpublished "Family Affairs"; holograph and typescript drafts of Movers and Shakers; the original holograph manuscript of the unpublished novel "Water of Life"; and the first draft of Winter in Taos.

There are early photographs of Luhan, photographs of friends, including Dorothy Brett and Robinson and Una Jeffers, and photographs of Luhan's homes in Taos, New Mexico, and Florence. Personal papers include the painting of Luhan by Mary Foote.

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