Finding-Aid for the James Stephens Collection (VMF161)


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Collection Outline

Descriptive Summary

Restrictions

Administrative Information


Collection Outline

James Stephens to Dilys Powell (Mrs. Humfry Paine) 1934: March.

James Stephens to Dilys Powell 1934: Oct. 24.

James Stephens to Dilys Powell 1935: n.d.

"I wish, my dear! But what I wish..." 1934: Dec. 8.

The flowers of the forest 1936: Dec. 10.

"There is a nothing, is a vacancy..." n.d.

In the scented bud of the morning..." n.d. "

Let the skies..." n.d. "

There is a lady sweet and kind..." n.d. "

Two tear sheets.

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Descriptive Summary

Creator: Stephens , James , 1882-1950 , Irish author.
Title: James Stephens Collection
Identification: VMF161[Accession: 857]

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Restrictions

Collection is open to research.

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Administrative Information

Sources

Purchase, 1967.

Processed: August, 1969.

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Box/folder
8/StephensJ (857)

James Stephens to Dilys Powell (Mrs. Humfry Paine), 1934: March. (1 item (1 p.): ALS)

Autograph letter signed, from James Stephens to Dilys Powell (Mrs. Humfry Paine), enclosing poems by "Elliot" and himself.

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Box/folder
8/StephensJ (857)

James Stephens to Dilys Powell, 1934: Oct. 24. (1 item (2 pp.): ALS)

Autograph letter signed, from James Stephens to Dilys Powell, commending her on her book [Descent from Parnassus].

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Box/folder
8/StephensJ (857)

James Stephens to Dilys Powell, 1935: n.d. (1 item (1 p.): ACS)

Autograph postal card signed, from James Stephens to Dilys Powell, extending his sympathy.

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Box/folder
8/StephensJ (857)

"I wish, my dear! But what I wish...", 1934: Dec. 8. (1 item (1 p.): MS)

Autograph untitled poem signed,

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Box/folder
8/StephensJ (857)

The flowers of the forest, 1936: Dec. 10. (1 item (1 p.): MS)

Autograph poem.

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Box/folder
8/StephensJ (857)

"There is a nothing, is a vacancy...", n.d. (1 item (1 p.): MS)

Autograph untitled poem signed.

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Box/folder
8/StephensJ (857)

In the scented bud of the morning...", n.d. " (1 item (1 p.): MS)

Autograph untitled poem signed.

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Box/folder
8/StephensJ (857)

Let the skies...", n.d. " (1 item (1 p.): MS)

Autograph untitled poem signed, inscribed "for Dilys".

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Box/folder
8/StephensJ (857)

There is a lady sweet and kind...", n.d. " (1 item (1 p.): MS)

Autograph untitled poem signed, inscribed "for D".

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Box/folder
8/StephensJ (857)

Two tear sheets., (2 items.)

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