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A Guide to the Alden and Allene G. Hatch Papers

Finding aid created by Dept. Staff

University of Florida Smathers Libraries - Special and Area Studies Collections
January 2010


Descriptive Summary

Creator: Hatch, Alden, 1898-1975
Creator: Hatch, Allene Gaty
Title: Alden and Allene G. Hatch Papers
Dates: 1874-2003
Bulk dates: 1933-1986
Abstract: Manuscripts, correspondence, interviews, research papers, and other materials relating to biographies, histories, and novels written by author Alden Hatch, and by author and illustrator Allene Gaty Hatch.
Extent: 42.5 Linear feet. 102 boxes.
Identification: MS Group 77
Language(s): English

Biographical/Historical Note

Alden Hatch was born Sept. 26, 1898, in New York, the son of Frederick Horace and May Palmer Daly Hatch. Because of a crippling disease, he was primarily home educated. He was first married to Ruth Brown (1932) and later to Allene Gaty. His writing career began with fiction, often published under pseudonyms, in pulp magazines. He wrote two novels before embarking upon his career as biographer and historian.

Author and illustrator Allene Gaty Hatch was born in 1926, the daughter of John P. and Jeanne Gaty. She married Alden Hatch in 1950. She lives in New York City. She is frequently referred to in the Papers by her nickname, "Squeaky."


Scope and Content

The Alden and Allene G. Hatch Papers include manuscripts and related materials, such as notes, correspondence, tapes and transcripts of interviews, of the published and unpublished works of Alden Hatch and to a lesser extent the work of his wife, Allene Gaty Hatch. In addition to their professional work, some personal papers, including appointment books, diaries, correspondence, and family materials are included.

Papers emanate from approximately thirty books by Alden Hatch, primarily biographies of contemporary individuals, but also company histories, two novels, and publications for juveniles. Some of Hatch's works were written independently, some in collaboration with the subjects, and some ghost written, without any acknowledgment. Hatch's subjects include American presidents Woodrow Wilson, Franklin D. Roosevelt, and Dwight David Eisenhower; other political figures including Wendell Willkie, Clare Booth Luce, the Byrd family of Virginia and the Lodges of Massachusetts; first ladies Edith Bolling Wilson and Mamie Eisenhower; and religious figures Pope Pius XIII, John XXIII, Paul VI, and Brother Andre. International subjects include Prince Bernhard of the Netherlands and the Nehru and Mountbatten families. Other subjects are Martin Luther King, aviation pioneer Glenn H. Curtiss, sportsman Foxhall Keene, General George Patton, an Aleut Indian named Nutchuk, the Wadsworth family of New York, the Ringling Brothers, the American Express Company, and Remington Arms. Manuscripts of his two novels, Gaming Lady and Glass Walls, and of a semi-autobiographical juvenile work, Bridle-wise, are included. Also included are magazine articles, a number of short pieces, both fiction and non-fiction, an "Autobiography," and several unpublished works.

At the time of his death, Alden, together with Allene, was writing a biography of Marjorie Merriweather Post. This work was completed and rewritten by Allene and forms a major part of the Allene Hatch portion of the papers. Allene's other writings include a book on menopause, published in Dutch, several shorter writings, published in magazines and newspapers, and numerous illustrations. The 2002 accession (Group 4) includes manuscripts of her later works, The Best of Times (2002), a memoir of her life with Alden, and an unpublished memoir of her personal life after his death. Mrs. Hatch's artistic work includes illustrations for several of Alden's books.


Access or Use Restrictions

Access

The collection is open for research.

Usage Restrictions

Allene Gaty Hatch has retained copyright. Her permission is required to publish from her work and from that of Alden Hatch. Other material, such as the contents of interviews, may be restricted by other copyright owners.


Related or Separated Material

Evidence in the Papers indicates that manuscripts of The Byrds of Virginia were donated to Virginia Commonwealth University and manuscripts of some papal biographies to St. Leo's College.


Administrative Information

Preferred Citation

[Identification of item], Alden and Allene G. Hatch Papers, Special and Area Studies Collections, George A. Smathers Libraries, University of Florida, Gainesville, Florida.

Acquisition Information

The Smathers Libraries acquired the Hatch Papers in several accessions. The first was the papers and tapes relating to We Nehrus by Krishna Nehru Nutheesing with Alden Hatch. These were presented to the university by Hatch in 1968. The second and largest acquisition (Group 1) was received in March, 1975. These papers had earlier been deposited in the New College Library and were transferred from there. An additional accession was made in 1996 (Group 2) from the Hatch home in New York. The second series generally supplements the material in the earlier accessions, but also includes manuscripts and material from Alden Hatch's last book, Buckminster Fuller at Home in the Universe (1974), Allene Hatch's papers, and additional personal papers. Groups 3 and 4, which were acquired in 2002, include additional papers relating to Alden and Allene and the latter group pertains solely to Allene. Additions to the collection, particularly to Group 4, were made by Allene Hatch between 2004 and 2009.


Contents List

Group 0: We Nehrus - 1968 Accession

This part of the Hatch Papers relates solely to Alden's work, We Nehrus by Krishna Nehru Nutheesing with Alden Hatch.


We Nehrus Manuscripts and Galley Proofs

Box Folder
1 1 Ms. Chapters 1-9.
1 2 Ms. Chapters 10 - 15.
1 3 Ms. Chapters 16 -21.
2 4 Ms. Chapters 22 - 27.
2 5 Ts. (Ms. corrections by Krishna Hutheesing), Part I.
2 6 Ts., Part II.
3 7 Ts., Part III.
3 8 Ts., carbon copy - Part I.
3 9 Ts., carbon- Part II.
3 10 Ts., carbon - Various parts.
3 11 Galleys with printer's corrections.

Correspondence

All are letters written to Alden Hatch unless otherwise stated.


Box Folder
4 1 1967, March 28. Berman, Martha (secretary to C. Mayerson), New York City; TLS1 p., 14 x 21.5 cm.
4 2 1967, Aug. 31. Diamant, Anita, New York City; TLS, 1 p., 18.5 x 27 cm.
4 3 1967, Feb. Freedman, Jean Todd, New York City; TLS to James McCormack, 1 p., 16 X 22 cm.
4 4 [n.d.]. [Hatch], Alden, [n.p.]; ALS (draft ) to Mrs. Rajah Hutheesing, 1 p., 20 x 26.5 cm.
4 5 [n.d.]. [Hatch], Alden, [n.p.]; ALS (draft) to Krishan [Hutheesing], 2 p., 20 x 26.5 cm.
4 6 [n.d.]. [Hatch], Alden, [n.p.]; AL (draft) to Margot Johnson, 1 p., 20.5 x 27 cm.
4 7 [n.d.]. [Hatch], Alden, [n.p.]; ALS (draft) to Margot Johnson, 2 p., 20.5 x 27 cm.
4 8 [n.d.]. [Hatch], Alden, [n.p.]; ALS (draft ) to Mrs. Rajah Hutheesing, 1 p., 20.5 x 27 cm.
4 9 1965, Dec. 27. [Hatch], Alden;Sarasota, FL., TL to Mrs. Krishna Hutheesing, 1 p., 21.5 x 28 cm.
4 10 1966. [Hatch], Alden, [n.p.]; AL (draft) to Krishna Hutheesing (Mrs.).
4 11 1968, Jan. Hatch, Alden, [n.p.]; telegram (draft) to Mrs. Rajah Hutheesing, 1 p.
4 12 1966, Jan. 19. [Hatch, Alden], Sarastoa, FL.; TL to Margot Johnson, 1 p., 21.5 x 28 cm.
4 13 1967, Jan. 27. Hatch, Alden, Sarasota, FL.; TL to Charlotte Mayerson, 3 p., 21.5 x 28 cm.
4 14 1967, Feb. 1. [Hatch, Alden]?, Sarasota, FL.; TL to Margot Johnson, 1 p., 21.5 x 28 cm.
4 15 1967, Feb. 1. Hatch, Alden; Sarasota, Fla.; TLS to Murray Pollinger, 1 p., 21.5 x 28 cm.
4 16 1959, Dec. 7. Hutheesing, Krishna, Bombay; TLS, 2 p. 1.5 x 28 cm.
4 17 1966. __________, [n.p.]; Christmas card to the Hatch's.
4 18 1966, Jan. 18. __________, Bombay; ALS, 1.5 p., 19 x 26 cm.
4 19 1966, Jan. 18. __________, Bombay; telegram, 1 p.
4 20 1966, Jan. 23. __________, Bombay; telegram, 1 p.
4 21 1966, Jan. 25. __________, Bombay; telegram, 1 p.
4 22 1966, Feb. 1. __________, Bombay; TLS, 1.5 p., 21.5 x 28 cm.
4 23 1966, March 1. __________, [n.p.]; ALS, 3 p., 12.5 x 20.5 cm.
4 24 1966, April 11. __________, Bombay; ALS, 1 p., 19 x 25 cm.
4 25 1966, April 29. Hutheesing, Krishna, [Kennebunk]; ALS, 1.5 p., 15 x 20.5 cm.
4 26 1967, April 4. __________, Bombay; ALS, 2 p., 17.5 x 22.5 cm.
4 27 1967, April 15. __________, Bombay; ALS, 2 p., 18.5 x 25 cm.
4 28 1967, May 4. __________, Bombay; ALS, 1 p., 19 x 26 cm.
4 29 1967, June 23. __________, Kashmir; ALS, 2 p., 19 x 26 cm.
4 30 1967, July 1. __________, Bombay; ALS, 2 p., 19 x 26 cm.
4 31 1967, July 3. __________, Bombay; ALS, 1 p., 19 x 26 cm.
4 32 1967, July 19. __________, Bombay; ALS, 2 p., 19 x 26 cm.
4 33 1967, July 28. __________, [n.p.]; ALS, 1.5 p., 19 x 26 cm.
4 34 1967, July 31. __________, Bombay; ALS, 1 p., 19 x 26 cm.
4 35 1967, Aug. 20. __________, Bombay; ALS, 1 p., 19 x 26 cm.
4 36 1967, Aug. 26. __________, Bombay; ALS, 4 p., 17.5 x 22.5 cm.
4 37 1967, Sept. 5. __________, Bombay; ALS, 1 p., 19 x 26 cm.
4 38 1967, Sept. 9. Hutheesing, Krishna, Bombay; ALS, 1.5 p., 19 x 26 cm.
4 39 1968, April 4. Hutheesing, Rajah, Bombay; ALS, 1.5 p., 19 x 26 cm.
4 40 1966, Feb. 16. Johnson, Margot, New YorK City; TLS, 1 p., 18.5 x 27 cm.
4 41 1966, March 22. _________, New York City; TLS, 1 p., 18.5 x 27 cm.
4 42 1966, March 30. _________, New York City; TLS, 2 p., 18.5 x 27 cm.
4 43 1966, April 21. _________, New York City; TLS, 1 p. 18.5 x 27 cm.
4 44 1966, Nov. 7. _________, New York City; TLS, 1 p., 18.5 x 27 cm.
4 45 1966, Nov. 29. _________, New York City; TLS, 1 p., 18.5 x 27 cm.
4 46 1966, Dec. 1. _________, New York City; TLS, 1 p., 18.5 x 27 cm.
4 47 1966, Dec. 15. _________, New York City; TLS, 1 p., 18.5 x 27 cm.
4 48 1966, Dec. 21. _________, New York City; TLS, 1 p., 18.5 x 27 cm.
4 49 1967, Jan. 13. _________, New York City; TLS, 1 p., 18.5 x 27 cm.
4 50 1967, Jan. 19. _________, New York City; TLS, 1 p., 21.5 x 27 cm
4 51 1967, Feb. 6. Johnson, Margot, New York City; TLS 1 p., 21.5 x 28 cm.
4 52 1967, Feb. 10. _________, New York City; TLS, 1 p., 18 x 27 cm.
4 53 1967, April 10. _________, New York City; TLS, 1 p., 18.5 x 27 cm.
4 54 1968, March 1. Lamb, Beatrice, New York City; TLS, 2 p., 21.5 x 28 cm.
4 55 1966, Jan. 20. Mayerson, Charlotte, New York City; telegram, 1 p.
4 56 1966, Feb. 16. _________, New York City; TL to Margot Johnson, 1 p., 21.5 x 28 cm.
4 57 1966, March 21. _________, New York City, TLS, 1 P., 21.5 X 28 CM.
4 58 1966, May 6. _________, New York City; telegram, 1 p.
4 59 1966, June 1. _________, New York City; TLS, 1 p., 21.5 x 28 cm.
4 60 1966, Oct. 13. __________, New York City; TLS, 1 p., 21.5 x 28 cm.
4 61 1966, Nov. 14. _________, New York City; TLS, to Mrs. A. Hatch, 1 p., 21.5 x 28 cm.
4 62 1967, Jan. 20. _________, New York City; TLS, 1 p., 21.5 x 28 cm.
4 63 1967, Jan. 23. _________, New York City; TL, 3 p., 21.5 x 28 cm.
4 64 1967, Aprill 11. Mayerson, Charlotte, New York City; TL to Krishna Nehru Hutheesing, 1 p., 21.5 x 28 cm.
4 65 1967, April 17. _________, New York City; TLS (copy), 1 p., 21.5 x 28 cm.
4 66 1967, July 26. _________, New York City; TLS (copy) to Krishna Hutheesing, 1 p., 21.5 x 28 cm.
4 67 1967, Aug. 22. _________, New York City; TLS, 1 p., 14 x 21.5 cm.
4 68 1966, Feb. 3. McCormack, James, New York City; TLS, 1 p., 18.5 x 27 cm.
4 69 1967, March 30. _________, New York City; TLS, 1 p., 14 x 21.5 cm.
4 70 1967, Jan. 30. [Monteith, Charles], London; TL to Murray Pollinger, 1 p., 20.5 x 25.5 cm.
4 71 1966, April 18. Pollinger, Murray J., London; TLS, 1 p., 20 x 24 cm.
4 72 1966, Dec. 2. _________, London; TLS, 1 p., 20 x 24 cm.
4 73 1967, Jan. 18. _________, London; TLS, 1 p., 20 x 24 cm.
4 74 1967, Nov. 2. [________?], London; TLS, cc. to Margot Johnson attached.
4 75 1966, May 15. Saunders, Joan St. George, London; TLS, 1 p., 20.5 x 12.5 cm.
4 76 1957, Oct. 2. Walsh, Richard J. (Jr.), New York City; TLS, 1 p., 21.5 x 28 cm.

Recordings

Box Folder
5 1 Nehru's death. Krishna's humor. My father.
5 2 Kashmir - important visitors. Mrs. Chiang. Calcutta famine.
5 3 K. Rajah family. Independence of Kashmir
5 4 Death of Ghandi. Raja in China. Indira's election.
6 5 Customs and religions.
6 6 Indira's election. Miss Pandit. Names and relations. Coronation.
6 7 Transcription of tapes by Krishna Hutheesing - vol. I.
6 8 Transcription of tapes by Krishna Hutheesing - vol. II.

Miscellaneous Papers

Box Folder
7 1 Hatch, Alden. Notebooks (2) - Ms. (notes taken by A. Hatch for the book "We Nehrus").
7 2 Hutheesing, Krishna. Biographical sketch - Ts., 4 p.
7 3 _________. "Childhood" - Ts., 6 p. Transcription of audio phonograph records
7 4 _________. "Growing up with Jawahar" - Ts. (2 carbon copies), 12 p. Transcript of phonograph records.
7 5 _________. Interview records (phonograph records).
7 6 _________. "My father" - Ts. ( and 2 carbon copies), 18 p. Transcript of phonograph records.
7 7 Moraes, Frank. "Quotations from Jawaharal Nehru" - Ts., 25 p
7 8 Nehru, Jawaharal. Testament - extracts, 2 p.
7 9 Pandit, Vyaya Lakshmi. "Tempest" - autobiography, Ts., 48 p.
7 10 "We Nehrus, carbon copies of different chapters with corrections by Alden Hatch.
7 11 Clippings.


Group 1: 1975 Accession


Personal Papers

Box Folder
1 1 Announcement list.
1 2 Appointment book.
1 3 Biographical material.
1 4 Christmas cards
1 5 Miscellaneous correspondence.
1 6 Photographs.
1 7 Publications in LC.

Biographies and Histories

Box Folder
2 1 The Byrds of Virginia: Manuscript holograph.
2 2 The Byrds of Virginia: Manuscript holograph.
2 3 Charles O. Palmer: Inventions - Manuscripts.
2 4 Charles O. Palmer: Applications for patents - 1892-1895.
2 5 Charles O. Palmer: Applications for patents - 1896-1899.
2 6 Charles O. Palmer: Applications for patents - 1915.
2 7 Crown of Glory, 1957: Manuscript - complete.
2a 8 General Patton, General in Spurs: Typescript.
2a 9 General Patton, General in Spurs: Biographical data.
2a 10 General Patton, General in Spurs: Interviews.
2a 11 General Patton, General in Spurs: Correspondence; George Patton. Patton, Beatrice; ALS to Alden Hatch 1950, Nov. 30 Patton, Beatrice; 1950, Dec. 1.
2a 12 Full Tilt by Foxhall Keene and Alden Hatch: Galleys.
2a 13 Full Tilt by Foxhall Keene and Alden Hatch: Typescript.
2a 14 Glenn Curtis, Pioneer of Naval Aviation: Photographs - Glenn Curtis.
2a 15 Glenn Curtis, Pioneer of Naval Aviation: Photographs - hydroplanes.
2a 16 Glenn Curtis, Pioneer of Naval Aviation: Photographs - Curtis's factory.
2a 17 Glenn Curtis, Pioneer of Naval Aviation: Photographs - Curtis's motorcycle.
2a 18 Glenn Curtis, Pioneer of Naval Aviation: Photographs - miscellaney.
2a 19 Glenn Curtis, Pioneer of Naval Aviation: Correspondence.
2a 20 Hartley House, Social Justice in the Making, by Truak Chauncey - Alden Hatch (ghost writer). Typescript
3 21 Lord Mayor Robert Briscoe of Dublin: Typescript, notes
3 23 Lord Mayor Robert Briscoe of Dublin: Correspondence - Briscoe, Robert (1957)
3 24 Lord Mayor Robert Briscoe of Dublin: Article: Lord Mayor Robert Briscoe - Typescript
3 25 Lord Mayor Robert Briscoe of Dublin: Series of articles by Briscoe - Hatch ghost writer. Thank-you Twice, by Caroline and Eddie Bell - Hatch editor
3 26 Lord Mayor Robert Briscoe of Dublin: Miscellaneous material
3 27 Ships of the Air: Proposal for the book.
3 28 Ships of the Air: Rigid Airships, by Arnstein.
3 29 Ships of the Air: Engineering aspects of airship design and construction.
3 30 Ships of the Air: Airship possibilities in polar region.
3 31 Ships of the Air: Diagrams.
3 32 Ships of the Air: Photographs.
3 33 Ships of the Air: Miscellaneous data.
3 34 Ships of the Air: Correspondence: Allen Hugh (1946-1947)
3 35 Wendell Willkie: Miscellaneous material
4 1-3 Ambassador Extraordinary, Clare Booth Luce (1956): Typescripts.
4 4 Ambassador Extraordinary, Clare Booth Luce (1956): Galleys.
4 5 Ambassador Extraordinary, Clare Booth Luce (1956): School.
4 6 Ambassador Extraordinary, Clare Booth Luce (1956): Biographical miscellaney.
4 7 Ambassador Extraordinary, Clare Booth Luce (1956): Photographs.
4 8 Ambassador Extraordinary, Clare Booth Luce (1956): Articles by Luce: "China to the Mountains", Clara B. Luce visits China, Chungking's Broadway - The modern Chinese theatre, classic, though comic and alive
4 9 Ambassador Extraordinary, Clare Booth Luce (1956): Articles by Luce: "A Deed Without Name".
4 10 Ambassador Extraordinary, Clare Booth Luce (1956): Articles by Luce: 'Destiny Crosses the Dateline".
4 11 Ambassador Extraordinary, Clare Booth Luce (1956): Articles by Luce: "What Price the Phillipines?"
4 12 Ambassador Extraordinary, Clare Booth Luce (1956): Articles by Luce: "Wings Over China".
4 13 Ambassador Extraordinary, Clare Booth Luce (1956): Articles by Luce: "An Occasion Lost Forever", by Montanelli in: Il Borghese.
5 14 Ambassador Extraordinary, Clare Booth Luce (1956): Interviews: Baldridge, Letitia
5 15 Ambassador Extraordinary, Clare Booth Luce (1956): Interviews: Baruch, Bernard
5 16 Ambassador Extraordinary, Clare Booth Luce (1956): Interviews: Ms. Benon
5 17 Ambassador Extraordinary, Clare Booth Luce (1956): Interviews: Burnis, Ruth
5 18 Ambassador Extraordinary, Clare Booth Luce (1956): Interviews: Case, Margaret
5 19 Ambassador Extraordinary, Clare Booth Luce (1956): Interviews: Cassidy, Emet
5 20 Ambassador Extraordinary, Clare Booth Luce (1956): Interviews: Cassardy, Albrici
5 21 Ambassador Extraordinary, Clare Booth Luce (1956): Interviews: Chase, Ilka
5 22 Ambassador Extraordinary, Clare Booth Luce (1956): Interviews: Chedbourne, William
5 23 Ambassador Extraordinary, Clare Booth Luce (1956): Interviews: Chapper, Olivier (?)
5 24 Ambassador Extraordinary, Clare Booth Luce (1956): Interviews: Roger, Buff Cobb
5 25 Ambassador Extraordinary, Clare Booth Luce (1956): Interviews: Deneen, John
5 26 Ambassador Extraordinary, Clare Booth Luce (1956): Interviews: Douglas, Hamilton M.
5 27 Ambassador Extraordinary, Clare Booth Luce (1956): Interviews: Durbrow, Elbridge
5 28 Ambassador Extraordinary, Clare Booth Luce (1956): Interviews: Evans, Harry
5 29 Ambassador Extraordinary, Clare Booth Luce (1956): Interviews: Farmer, Dorothy
5 30 Ambassador Extraordinary, Clare Booth Luce (1956): Interviews: Fuller, Amie
5 31 Ambassador Extraordinary, Clare Booth Luce (1956): Interviews: Grille, R.D.
5 32 Ambassador Extraordinary, Clare Booth Luce (1956): Interviews: Grover, Allis
5 33 Ambassador Extraordinary, Clare Booth Luce (1956): Interviews: Halloran, Dorothy Burnes
5 34 Ambassador Extraordinary, Clare Booth Luce (1956): Interviews: Hill, Isabel
5 35 Ambassador Extraordinary, Clare Booth Luce (1956): Interviews: Laurenson, Helen Brown
5 36 Ambassador Extraordinary, Clare Booth Luce (1956): Interviews: Luce, Clare Booth
5 37 Ambassador Extraordinary, Clare Booth Luce (1956): Interviews: Luce, Henry
5 38 Ambassador Extraordinary, Clare Booth Luce (1956): Interviews: Martin, Joe Newcomb, Mrs.
5 39 Ambassador Extraordinary, Clare Booth Luce (1956): Interviews: Maxwell, Elsa
5 40 Ambassador Extraordinary, Clare Booth Luce (1956): Interviews: Montinelli, Guido
5 41 Ambassador Extraordinary, Clare Booth Luce (1956): Interviews: Morano, Albert
5 42 Ambassador Extraordinary, Clare Booth Luce (1956): Interviews: Parsons, art dealer
5 43 Ambassador Extraordinary, Clare Booth Luce (1956): Interviews: Sheen, Fulton, Bp.
5 44 Ambassador Extraordinary, Clare Booth Luce (1956): Interviews: Symington, Senator
5 45 Ambassador Extraordinary, Clare Booth Luce (1956): Interviews: Thompson, Dorothy (Mrs. Kopf)
5 46 Ambassador Extraordinary, Clare Booth Luce (1956): Interviews: Thorne, Landen
5 47 Ambassador Extraordinary, Clare Booth Luce (1956): Interviews: Williamson, Frances
5 48 Ambassador Extraordinary, Clare Booth Luce (1956): Miscellaneous
5 49-52 Ambassador Extraordinary, Clare Booth Luce (1956): Notebooks.
5 53 Ambassador Extraordinary, Clare Booth Luce (1956): Correspondence with Edna Woolman Chase, Ilka Chase, Bernard Baruch, Dorothy Farmer, William E. Buckley, James Barry, Marion Chasin, Margaret Langer, Clare Booth Luce, Jeremiah Ahearn, Ellsworth Bunkder, Margo Johnson (1954-1957)
6 1 The American Express; A Century of Service: Planning of the book. Requisition from the History Committee, History Committee's Index, bibliography, plan.
6 2 The American Express; A Century of Service: Ts. with few corrections, part is original, part carbon; pp. 1-128; 1-40. Lacking Chapters X, XI, XII, and XIII. This Ts. annotated 'Part One' on title page.
6 3 The American Express; A Century of Service: Part II, "Today and Tomorrow", Ts., 140 pp. (carbon). It seems that a plan existed for a book in two parts which never materialized.
6 4 The American Express; A Century of Service: The American Express Co., Inc. British and Fire Division (Includes materials on American Express in Europe, Vice President Robert E.M. Cowie, Douglas Malcolm, counterfeit checks, J.C. Fargo, H.K. Brooks, George C. Taylor, W.A. Naylor, E.E. Bush, Henry Wells, G. Thorbjernsen)
6 5 The American Express; A Century of Service: Miscellaneous notes.
6 6 The American Express; A Century of Service: Interviews: [Frederick] Small, John H. Smith, Howard Smith, Bechtel, Gerald K. Berkey, Ralph Towle, Dick Merrel, Walter Rundell.
6 7 The American Express; A Century of Service: Biographical material:Thomas, Dalliba, Frederick Small, Harry Gee, Ralph T. Reed, Henry Wells, Selden, Richard Taylor, Ralph E. Towle, Howard K. Brooks, Donald Frortingham, Francis Flagg, J.F. Fargo, John H. Wood.
6 8 The American Express; A Century of Service: Biographical material:The Fargos
6 9 The American Express; A Century of Service: Chronological events from the Records of the AE Board of Directors meetings from 1850 - 1868.
6 10 The American Express; A Century of Service: Chronological events 1868 - 1885.
6 11 The American Express; A Century of Service: Chronological events 1905 - 1919.
6 12 The American Express; A Century of Service: Correspondence
6 12 Reed, Ralph T.; TLS to Alden Hatch. New York, March 20, 1950.
6 12 Matthews, Robert; TLS to Harlan Logan and Alden Hatch. New York. July 26, 1950.
6 12 Clement, M. (?); TLS (copy) to Ralph T. Reed. New York. Nov. 17, 1950.
6 12 Strickland, Freeman; TLS (copy) to Ralph T. Reed. Atlanta, Ga. Nov. 21, 1950.
6 12 Wroe, E. R. L.; TLS (copy) to Ralph T. Reed. Austin, Texas. Nov. 25, 1950.
6 12 Broderick, Joseph A.; TLS (copy) to Ralph T. Reed. New York. Nov. 28, 1950.
6 12 Myers, F. Ross; TLS (copy) to Ralph T. Reed. Frederick, Md. Nov. 29,1950.
6 12 Page, Norman F.; TLS to Alden Hatch. New York. May 29, 1951.
6 12 Wittenberg, Phillip; TLS to Alden Hatch. New York. March 17, 1953.
6 12 Like, Irving; TLS to Alden Hatch. New York. Sept. 15, 1954. (enclosure: statement of negotiations).
6 12 Hatch, Alden; TL to Harlam, [n.p.], [n.d.].
6 12 American Express manager; TLS to Alden Hatch ? (incomplete, lacking first page).
6 13 The American Express; A Century of Service: Photograph - American Express in the Christmas Parade from Gleason's Pictorial Drawing Room Companion, 27 x 21.5 cm.
7 1 The Circus Kings by Henry Ringling and Alden Hatch. 1960: Holograph Mss. (Hatch) pp. 1 - 28.
7 2 The Circus Kings: Typescript with corrections and additions; pp. 1 - 21; 364 - 378.
7 3 The Circus Kings: Typescript (final copy). pp. 1 - 30 only.
7 4-7 The Circus Kings: Notes: results of interviews, research and readings.
7 8 The Circus Kings: Biographical: John Ringling North Ringling family.
7 9 The Circus Kings: Correspondence
7 9 Hatch, Alden; AL to Henry R. North. [n.p., [n.d.],1 p.
7 9 Wadsworth, Sally Ringling North; ALS to Mr. and Mrs. Hatch, Sarasota, FL. 1 p., [n.d.].
7 9 [Hatch, Alden]; TL to Robert Thrun, [n.p.] Dec. 19, 1957. 1 p.
7 9 North, Henry Ringling; telegram to Alden Hatch. Aug. 15, 1957.
7 9 ______ _______ ; ALS to Alden Hatch, Rome. Aug. 19, 1958. 13 p.
7 9 Pickman, Milton E. (for Samuel Goldwyn Productions); TLS to Alden Hatch, Beverly Hills, Calif. 1p., July 21, 1959.
7 9 North, Henry Ringling; ALS to Alden Hatch, Munich. 1.5 p. Aug.12, 1959.
7 9 ______ ________ ; ALS to Alden Hatch, Uberlingen. 2 p. Aug. 12, 1959.
7 9 Hatch, Alden; TLS to Henry R. North, [n.p.]. 1.5 p., Oct. 1, 1959.
7 9 Mather, John C.; TLS to Alden Hatch, Rome. 1p., June 24, 1960.
7 9 Schryver, Elliot W.; TL (carbon) to H.R North, New York. 1p., Oct. 28, 1960.
7 9 Pollack, Joan S.; TLS to Alden Hatch, New York. 1p., Dec. 4, 1962.
7 9 Litaver, Kenneth; TLS to Alden Hatch, New York. 1p. (enclosure), May 22, 1963.
7 10 The Circus Kings: Material on the book publication.
7 11 The Circus Kings: Line drawings used in the book.
7 12 The Circus Kings: Ringling Brothers and Barnum and Bailey - Exclusive.
7 13 The Circus Kings: Clippings.
7 14 The Circus Kings: Photographs.
7 15 The Circus Kings: Ringling Circus - Souvenir Programs.
7 16 The Circus Kings: Ringling Museums - Pictures, pamphlets.
8 1 The De Gaulle Nobody Knows: Typescript - 1st carbon - 188 p.
8 2 The De Gaulle Nobody Knows: Notes.
8 3 The De Gaulle Nobody Knows: Clippings.
9 1 Edith Bolling Wilson: First Lady Extraordinary, 1961: Typescript, Part I
9 2 Edith Bolling Wilson: First Lady Extraordinary, 1961: Typescript, Part II
9 3 Edith Bolling Wilson: First Lady Extraordinary, 1961: Typescript, Part III
10 1 Franklin Delano Roosevelt: An Informal Biography, 1948: Preliminary notes - special notes, people to see.
10 2 Franklin Delano Roosevelt: Manuscript - Incomplete corrections and additions.
10 3-5 Franklin Delano Roosevelt: Typescript - With corrections and additions. 607 p.
10 6-8 Franklin Delano Roosevelt: Typescript - Final draft.
11 9 Franklin Delano Roosevelt: Publisher's printed copy. New York, H. Holt. c.1947 - 243p.
11 10 Franklin Delano Roosevelt: Facts - chronological: 1882 - 1930.
11 11 Franklin Delano Roosevelt: Facts - chronological: 1932 - 1935.
11 12 Franklin Delano Roosevelt: Facts - chronological: 1936 - 1945.
11 13 Franklin Delano Roosevelt: Biographical data.
12 14-16 Franklin Delano Roosevelt: Notes and Interviews: Ms. Marvin, Langdon O'Conner, Basil Moley, Raymond Aelanis, and Fred Eliot Nicholson
12 17 Franklin Delano Roosevelt: Correspondence, Not dated
12 17 Richards, Guy; ALS to Alden Hatch. Long Island. 1.5 p. [n.d.] [Feb. 5].
12 17 Hatch, Alden; AL (draft) to Mrs. Roosevelt, [n.p.], [n.d.].
12 17 Roosevelt, Eleanor; ALS to Alden Hatch. Hyde park, Dutchess County, New York. 1p., Dec. 31 [n.y.].
12 17 Roosevelt, James; TL to Mr. Garvey. New York, N.Y. 1p. [n.d.]
12 18 Franklin Delano Roosevelt: Correspondence, 1945
12 18 Helm, J. M.; TLS to Alden Hatch. Washington, D.C. 1p. March 16,1945.
12 18 ____ ____ ; TLS to Alden Hatch. Washington, D.C. 1p. March 22,1945.Enclosure.
12 18 ____ ____ ; TLS to Alden Hatch. Washington, D.C. 1p./Enclosure. April 12,1945./P>
12 18 Hatch, Alden; TL to Mrs. Helm. New York, N.Y. 1.5 p. April 16, 1945.
12 18 Phillips, William; TLS to Alden Hatch. Washington, D.C. 1p. May 21, 1945
12 18 Saint-Phalle, Alexandre de; TLS to Alden Hatch. New York, N.Y. 1p. May 24, 1945.
12 18 Brown, Lathrop; ALS to Alden Hatch. [n.p.] 1p. May 25, 1945.
12 18 [Hatch, Alden]; TL (copy) to Charles Michelson. [n.p.] 1p. June 4, 1945.
12 18 Hatch, Alden; TL (copy) to Mrs. Helm. [n.p.] 1p. June 4, 1945.
12 18 Hatch, Alden; TL (copy) to Major General Surles. [n.p.] 1p. June 4, 1945.
12 18 Phillips, William; TLS to Alden Hatch. Washington, D.C. 1p.June 6, 1945.
12 18 B[rown], L[athrop]; ALS to Alden Hatch. [n.p.] 7p. July 4, 1945.
12 18 Page, Ralph W.; ALS to Alden Hatch. Washington, D.C. 1p. July 6, 1945.
12 18 Hatch, Alden; TL (copy) to Miss Malvina Thompson. New York, N.Y. 1p. July 9, 1945.
12 18 Hatch, Alden; TL (copy) to Mr. Justice Felix Frankfurter. [n.p.] 1p. July 15, 1945.
12 18 Hatch, Alden; TL (carbon) to Walter Lipman. [n.p.] 1p. Sept.15, 1945.
12 18 Hatch, Alden; TL (carbon) to Fleet Admiral William Leahy. [n.p.] 1p. Sept.15, 1945.
12 18 Hatch, Alden; TL (carbon) to Rear Admiral Ross T. McIntyre. [n.p.] 1p. Sept.15, 1945.
12 18 Lipmann, Walter; TLS to Alden Hatch. Washington, D.C. 1p. Sept.18, 1945.
12 18 Taylor, Helen K.; TLS to Alden Hatch. New York, N.Y. 1p. Nov.15, 1945.
12 18 Duffie, Lizzie H M.; ALS to Alden Hatch. Atlanta 2p. Dec. 30, 1945.
12 19 Franklin Delano Roosevelt: Correspondence, 1946:
12 19 Elsey, George; TLS to Alden Hatch. Washington, D.C. 1p. Jan. 7, 1946.
12 19 Hatch, Alden; TL (carbon) to Franklin Roosevelt.[n.p.] 1p. Jan. 7, 1946.
12 19 Hatch, Alden; TL (carbon) to Winston Churchill. 1p. Jan. 18, 1946.
12 19 Brown, Lathrop; ALS to Alden Hatch. [n.p.] 0.5p. May 3, 1946
12 19 Heyman, Edythe; TLS to Alden Hatch. New York, N.Y. 1p. May 27, 1946.
12 19 Andrews, Siri; TLS to Alden Hatch. New York, N.Y. 1p. July 3, 1946.
12 19 Thompson, Malvina C.; TL (carbon) to Denver ? [n.p.] 2p. Dec. 3, 1946.
12 20 Franklin Delano Roosevelt: Correspondence, 1947:
12 20 Hornway, Elizabeth; ALS to Alden Hatch. Locust Valley, Long Island. 2p. Jan. 12, 1947
12 20 Eisenhower, Dwight; TLS to Alden Hatch. Washington, D.C 1p. Jan. 15, 1947
12 20 Leahy, William; TLS to Alden Hatch. Washington, D.C. 1p. Jan. 13, 1947
12 20 Suckley, Margaret; ALS to Alden Hatch. Rhinebeck, N.Y. 1p., 1947 - Jan. 15
12 20 Truman, Betsy; ALS to Alden Hatch. Washington, D.C. 2p./Enclosure. Jan. 19,[1947]
12 20 O'Conner, Basil; TLS to Alden Hatch. New York, N.Y. 1p. Jan. 19, 1947
12 20 Moley, Raymond; TLS to Alden Hatch. New York, N.Y. 1p. Jan. 20. 1947
12 20 Frost, Clifford; TLS to Alden Hatch. London, 1p. Jan. 29, 1947
12 20 Anderson, Clinton; TLS to Alden Hatch. Washington, D.C 1p. Feb. 4, 1947
12 20 Harger, C.M.; TLS to Alden Hatch. Abilene, Ks. Feb. 4, 1947
12 20 "Poppy"; TLS to Alden Hatch. [n.p.] 2p. Feb. 4, 1947
12 20 Swada (?), V.S.; TLS to Alden Hatch. New York City. 1p. Jan. 29, 1947
12 20 Perkins, Francis; TLS to Alden Hatch. Washington, D.C. 1p. Feb. 10, 1947
12 20 Putnam, Henry W. (Hal); TLS to Alden Hatch. New York, N.Y. 1p. Feb. 10, 1947
12 20 Helm, J.M.; TLS to Alden Hatch. Washington, D.C. 1p. Feb. 14, 1947
12 20 Marvin, Langdon; TLS to Alden Hatch. New York, N.Y. 1p. Feb. 15, 1947
12 20 Trimble, Lee S.; TLS to Alden Hatch. Atlanta. 1p. Feb. 20, 1947
12 20 Hill, Donald M.; TLS to Alden Hatch. Boston. 1p. Feb. 27, 1947
12 20 Brown, Lathrop; ALS to Alden Hatch. San Francisco. 1.5p. Mar. 3, 1947
12 20 Connolly, Jeannette; TLS to Alden Hatch. New York City. 1p. Mar. 11, 1947
12 20 Maey, Jean; TLS to Alden Hatch. New York City. 1p. Apr. 5, 1947
12 20 Phillips, William; TLS to Alden Hatch. Boston. 3.5p/Enclosure. Apr. 15, 1947
12 21 Franklin Delano Roosevelt: Clippings.
13 1 General Ike: A Biography of Dwight D. Eisenhower, 1944: Ts., carbon copy with corrections 7 additions; pp. 97 - 323, lacking pp. 1 - 96
13 2 General Ike: Book planning
13 3 General Ike: Book revisions - Milton Eisenhower: TL to Alden Hatch. [July 1944] 1p. TL to Alden Hatch. [July 1944] 2p. TL to Alden Hatch. [July 1944} 5p. TLS to Alden Hatch. 2p. TL to Alden Hatch. 2p. TL to Alden Hatch. 2p.(incomplete).
13 4 General Ike: Biographical data - Eisenhower family.
13 5 General Ike: Biographical data: Dwight Eisenhower. Eisenhower questionnaire. Biographical notes from General Cullum's Biographical Register of the Officers and graduates of the U.S.M.A.
13 6 General Ike: Biographical data - Miscellanea: Benedict, Charles Calvert; Bradley, Omar Nelson (Ts., 1p.); Brooks, Cecil H; Brown, C.L.; Butcher; Callahan, Joner; Cunningham, Andre Browne.; Darlan; Douds; Giraud; Hodson, Paul Alfred; Mendehall, John Ross; Monet, Jean; [George S.] Patton; Shaw, Robert; "The 1914 Howitzer"; Carl Spatz; Dwight David Eisenhower.
13 7 General Ike: Facts -1880-1920
13 8 General Ike: Facts -1921-1944
13 9 General Ike: Facts - Miscellaney: Principal facts concerning the first transcontinental motor transport expedition. Photographs of participants in the expedition, August 30, 1919; with list of names and explanations.
13 10 General Ike: Notes: Bell, Eliot V. on Governor Bradley, on recto side by General Eisenhower and on a A. Culk (?) Wilt
13 10a General Ike: Notes: General [Omar] Bradley.
13 11 General Ike: Notes: Richard Deeme; Admiral Louis E. Denfeld; Foster Dulles.
13 12 General Ike: Notes: McAuliff on General Eisenhower; miscellaneous notes.
13 13 General Ike: Notes: General Eisenhower: as President of the University of Columbia.
13 14 General Ike: Notes: Emile Fenard.
13 14a General Ike: Notes: [Admiral] Forrestal.
13 14b General Ike: Notes: Chet Hansen.
14 15 General Ike: Notes: James Stacks in Barracks - holograph.
14 16 General Ike: Stassen - holograph.
14 16a General Ike: [General] Vanderberg.
14 17 General Ike: General Van Fleet.
14 17a General Ike: Miscellaneous
14 18 General Ike: Correspondence, Not dated - May 1944:
14 18 Hatch, Alden; AL (draft) to Arthur Eisenhower. [n.p.] 1944. 3p.
14 18 _____ ____ ; AL (draft) to Dwight Eisenhower. [n.p.] 1944. 8p.
14 18 _____ ____ ; AL (draft) to Mrs. Eisenhower. [n.p.] 1944. 4p.
14 18 _____ ____ ; AL (draft) to Milton Eisenhower. [n.p.] 1944. 1.5p.
14 18 _____ ____ ; AL (draft) to Mr. Eisenhower. [n.p.] 1944. 4p.
14 18 Hatch, Alden; AL (draft) to Mr J.W. Harger. [n.p.] 1944. 2.5p.
14 18 _____ ____ ; AL (draft) to Mr. Everett Hazlett. [n.p.] 1944. 2p.
14 18 _____ ____ ; AL (draft) to Mr. J.W. Howe. [n.p.] 1944. 3p.
14 18 _____ ____ ; AL (draft) to General E.D. Surles. [n.p.] 1944. 2p.
14 18 _____ ____ ; AL (draft) to General Eisenhower. [n.p.] 1944. 3p.
14 18 Hatch, Alden; AL (draft) to Mr Harger. New York. Jan. 2, 1944. [n.p.].
14 18 Harger, C.M.; TLS to Alden Hatch. Abilene, Ks. Jan. 15, 1994. 1p.
14 18 Eisenhower, Milton; TLS to Alden Hatch. Manhatten. Jan. 17, 1944. 1p.
14 18 Kennedy, William J.; TLS to Capt. John A. Kennedy. Envelope. New York, N.Y. Jan. 17, 1944 1p.
14 18 Hatch, Alden; TL (carbon) to Milton Eisenhower. [n.p.] Jan. 21, 1944. 1p.
14 18 Hatch, Alden; TL (carbon) to Milton Eisenhower [n.p.] Mar. 13, 1944. 1.5p.
14 18 Eisenhower, Milton S.; TLS to Alden Hatch. Manhatten, Kansas. Mar. 20, 1944. 1p
14 18 Howe, J. W.; TLS to Alden Hatch. Emporia, Kansas, 1p. Enclosure: Dwight Eisenhower. Mar. 23, 1944. 9p.
14 18 Hazlett, Edward E.; TLS to Alden Hatch. Commander, U.S.N. Annapolis, Md., April 4, 1944. 5p.
14 18 Eisenhower, Milton S.; TLS to Alden Hatch. Manhatten, Kansas. April 22, 1944. 1p
14 18 Hatch, Alden; TLS to Major-General E.D. Surles. [n.p.] April 26,1944 2p.
14 18 Hatch, Alden; TL (carbon) to Milton Eisenhower [n.p.] April 27,1944. 1p.
14 18 Surles, A.D. (?) Major-General; TLS to Alden Hatch. Washington, D.C. May 2, 1944
14 18 Hazlett, Edward E., Commander, U.S. Navy; TLS to Alden Hatch. Annapolis, Md. May 4, 1944. 1p.
14 18 Miller, Francis Trevelyan; TLS to Alden Hatch. New York, N.Y. May 11, 1944. 3p.
14 18 Taylor, Helen K. (from Henry Holt and Co.); TL (carbon) to Milton Eisenhower. New York, N.Y. May 11, 1944. 1p.
14 18 Eisenhower, Milton; TLS to Alden Hatch. Manhatten, Kansas. May 12, 1944 3p.
14 18 Eisenhower, Milton; TLS to Alden Hatch. Manhatten, Kansas. May 12, 1944. 1p.
14 18 Eisenhower, Milton; TLS to Mr. Charles F. Kindt, Jr. Manhatten, Ks. May 15, 1944. 1p.
14 18 Eisenhower, Milton; TLS to Helen K.Taylor. Manhatten, Ks. May 15, 1944. 1p.
14 18 Taylor, Helen K.; TL (carbon) to Milton Eisenhower. New York, N.Y. May 17, 1944. 1p.
14 18 Taylor, Helen K. (from Henry Holt and Co.); TLS to Alden Hatch. [New York, N.Y.] May 17, 1944. 1p.
14 18 Hatch, Alden; TL (carbon) to Gen. Dwight Eisenhower. [n.p.] May 22,1944. 1.5p
14 18 Hatch, Alden; TL (carbon) to Milton Eisenhower. Manhatten, Ks. May 22, 1944. 1p.
14 18 Hatch, Alden; TL (carbon) to Major-General E.D. Surles. [n.p.] May 22, 1944. 1.5p
14 18 Hatch, Alden; TL (carbon) to Vice-Admiral Fenard. [n.p.] May 29, 1944. 1p.
14 18 Eisenhower, Milton; ALS to Alden Hatch. Manhatten, Ks. May 30 [1944] 2p.
14 19 General Ike: Correspondence, June 1944 - Nov. 1948:
14 19 Hatch, Alden; TL (carbon) to Public Relations Officer of Sam Houston. [n.p.] June 7, 1994. 1p.
14 19 Hatch, Alden; TL (carbon) to Milton Eisenhower. [n.p.] June 8, 1944. 1p.
14 19 Hatch, Alden; TL (carbon) to Milton Eisenhower. [n.p.] June 13, 1944. 1p.
14 19 Eisenhower, Milton; TLS to Alden Hatch. Manhatten, Ks. June 13, 1944. 2p.
14 19 Eisenhower, [Mamie]; ALS to Alden Hatch. Washington, D.C. June 29 [1944] 1p.
14 19 Crawford, Phyllis (Henry Holt and Co.); TLS to Alden Hatch. New York, N.Y. July 13, 1944. 1p.
14 19 Hatch, Alden; TL (carbon) to Milton Eisenhower. [n.p.] July 15, 1944. 1p.
14 19 Fenard, R., Vice-Admiral; TLS to Alden Hatch. Washington, D.C. Aug. 10, 1944. 1p.
14 19 Eisenhower, Dwight; TLS to Alden Hatch. Supreme Headquarters, Allied Expeditionary Force. 1p. Envelope. New York, N.Y. Aug. 21, 1944.
14 19 Eisenhower, Louise; telegram to Alden Hatch. 7 lines. Kansas City, Ks. Nov. 11, 1944
14 19 Stack, James; Lt. Col.; TLS to Alden Hatch. Washington, D.C. Nov. 13, 1944. 1p.
14 19 Atkins, George Tyng; TLS to Alden Hatch. St. Louis, Mo. Nov. 15, 1944. 1p.
14 19 Carter, Amon ; TLS to Alden Hatch. Ft. Worth, Tx. Nov. 17, 1944. 1p.
14 19 Howe, J.W.; TLS to Alden Hatch. Emporia, Ks. Nov. 18, 1944. 1p.
14 19 Harger, C.M.; TLS to Alden Hatch. Abilene, Ks. Nov. 19, 1944. 1p.
14 19 Hodgson, P.A.; ALS to Alden Hatch. Ft. Sam Houston. Nov. 19,1944. 1p.
14 19 Hazlett, E.E.; Capt.,U.S. Navy; ALS to Alden Hatch. Chapel Hill, N.C. Nov. 22, 1944. 2p.
14 19 Smith, Harry Worcester; TLS to Alden Hatch. Worcester. Mass. Nov. 22, 1944. 1p.
14 19 Wildrick, Meade; TLS to Alden Hatch. West Point, N.Y. Nov. 22, 1944. 1p.
14 19 Heep, Herman F.; TLS to Alden Hatch. Austin, Tx. Dec. 8, 1944. 1p.
14 19 Eisenhower, Milton; TLS to Alden Hatch. Manhatten, Ks. Dec. 13, 1944. 1p.
14 19 Eisenhower, Dwight; TLS to Alden Hatch. Supreme Headquarters, Allied Expeditionary Force. [New York, N.Y.] Envelope. Dec. 27, 1944. 1p.
14 19 Eisenhower, Milton; TLS to Alden Hatch. Manhatten, Ks. Jan. 7, 1945. 1p. Enclosure: Photographs of Milton's wife and dog, his house
14 19 Stephens, Roderick; TLS to Alden Hatch. New York, N.Y. Jan. 25, 1945. 1p.
14 19 Eisenhower, Milton; TLS to Alden Hatch. Manhatten, Ks. Feb. 3, 1945. 1p.
14 19 Hatch, Alden; TL (carbon) to Major-General E.D. Surles. Feb. 25, 1945. 1p.
14 19 Harris, Dorothy; ALS to Mr. and Mrs. Alden Hatch. Mt. Kisco, N.Y. Mar. 11, 1945. 2p, envelope.
14 19 Eisenhower, Milton S.; TLS to Alden Hatch. Manhatten, Ks. Mar. 30, 1945. 1p.
14 19 Truman, Bess; ALS to Alden Hatch. Washington, D.C. 1.5 p, Envelope. [May 10,1945]
14 19 Eisenhower, Milton S.; TLS to Alden Hatch. Manhatten, Ks. June 9, 1945. 1p.
14 19 Hatch, Alden; TL (carbon) to Milton S. Eisenhower. [n.p.] June 23, 1945. 1.5p.
14 19 Hatch, Alden; TL (carbon) to Milton Eisenhower. [n.p.] June 28, 1945. 1p.
14 19 [Eisenhower], Milton; ALS to Alden Hatch. Washington, D.C. Enclosure. July 1, 1945. 2.5p.
14 19 Greany, William C.; TLS to Alden Hatch. Detroit, Mich. Sept. 12, 1945. 1p.
14 19 Greany, William C.; TLS to Alden Hatch. Detroit, Mich. Nov. 7, 1945. 1p.
14 19 Stack, James; Lt. Col.; TLS to Alden Hatch. Washington, D.C. Jan. 10,1946. 1p.
14 19 Thornton, Emma; ALS to Alden Hatch. La Mesa, Ca. Mar. 30, 1946. 1.5p.
14 19 DeMille, Cecil B.; TLS to Alden Hatch. Hollywood, CA. April 9, 1946. 1p.
14 19 Stack, James; Lt. Col.; TLS to Alden Hatch. Washington, D.C. April 29, 1946. 1p.
14 19 Earl, C.K.; TLS to Alden Hatch. Provo, Utah. Mar. 8, 1947. 1p.
14 19 Harger, C.M.; TLS to Alden Hatch. Abilene, Ks. Sept. 1, 1947. 1p.
14 19 Eisenhower, Dwight; TLS to Alden Hatch. [n.p.] Feb. 7, 1948. 1p. Enclosure: Final report of the Chief of Staff United States Army to the Secretary of the Army. 7 Feb. 1948 - Feb. 18,1948
14 20 General Ike: Dwight Eisenhower Addresses:
14 20 April 26,1946. Before the Bureau of Advertising of the American Newspaper Publishers Association. 5p.
14 20 May 27,1946. To the graduating class of Gettysburg College. 7p.
14 20 May 27,1947. Before the National Board of Fire Underwriters.5p.
14 20 July 4,1947. At the Fourth of July Observance, Warren County Courthouse, Vicksburg, Miss. 4p.
14 20 August 29,1947. At the American Legion Convention, 71st Regiment Armory. New York, N.Y. 7p. 4fo.
14 21 General Ike: Photographs:
14 21 Postcard with young Eisenhower and the house where he was born.
14 21 Clipping with photograph of President Eisenhower and his staff. See also: enclosure of letter 1945, Jan.1; from Milton S. Eisenhower to Alden Hatch - Photographs of Milton, his wife, and his house
14 22 General Ike: Miscellaney
15 1 Governor Dewey: Book planning.
15 2 Governor Dewey: Dewey's Team.
15 3 Governor Dewey: Interviews: Elliot V. Bell.
15 4 Governor Dewey: Interviews: Charles Breitel.
15 5 Governor Dewey: Interviews: Herbert C. Brownell.
15 6 Governor Dewey: Interviews: John Burton.
15 7 Governor Dewey: Interviews: Dewey.
15 8 Governor Dewey: Interviews: John Foster Dulles.
15 9 Governor Dewey: Interviews: Paul E. Lockwood.
15 10 Governor Dewey: Interviews: James C. Hagerty.
15 11 Governor Dewey: Interviews: James Russell Spraful.
15 12 Governor Dewey: Interviews: Milton Schillback.
15 13 Governor Dewey: Interviews: Stassen on recto pages; James Hagerty on verso.
15 14 Governor Dewey: Interviews: Roger William Strauss
15 15 Governor Dewey: Interviews: Harold E.Talbot.
16 1 Heroes of Annapolis: Typescript with corrections and additions. Incomplete. pp. 265-288.
16 2 Heroes of Annapolis: Corrections made to the book by others than the author.
16 3 Heroes of Annapolis: Data concerning the publishing of the book.
16 4 Heroes of Annapolis: Biographical data of people related to Annapolis.
16 5 Heroes of Annapolis: Correspondence:
16 5 Ward; ALS to Ruth Hatch. [n.p.] [n.d.] 1p.
16 5 Denig, Robert L.; TLS to Alden Hatch. Enclosure. Washington, D.C. Nov. 20, 1942. 1p.
16 5 Karig, Walter; Lt. Col.; memo to Roger Strauss. Washington, D.C. May 13, 1943. 1p.
16 5 Izac, Edward V.; TLS to Alden Hatch. Washington, D.C. June 10, 1943. 1p.
16 5 Hatch, Alden; TL (carbon) to Alice H. Palmer. [n.p] June 19, 1943. 1p. Enclosure: Hatch's biography.
16 5 Callister, Herbert J.; ALS to Messner. Brooklyn, N.Y. Jan. 26, 1944. 2p.
16 5 Lenier, William P.; TL (carbon) to Chaplain Thomas. [n.p] Mar. 23, 1942. 2p.
16 6 Heroes of Annapolis: Naval Academy - Data.
16 7 Heroes of Annapolis: Miscellaney
16 8 Heroes of Annapolis: Report of the Combined Chiefs of Staff by the Supreme Allied Commander, Southeast Asia; 1943 - 1946. Printed.
16 9 Heroes of Annapolis: Atlas of the World Battle Fronts - Supplement to the Biennial Report of the Chief of Staff.
16 10 Heroes of Annapolis: Reserve Officers Association of the U.S.A. - Dept. of Europe - Annual Convention, 1954.
17 1-6 H.R.H. Prince Bernhard of the Netherlands: Holograph mss.
18 7 H.R.H. Prince Bernhard of the Netherlands: Ts. with manuscript corrections, 2nd draft. 351pp.
18 8 H.R.H. Prince Bernhard of the Netherlands: Ts. with manuscript correction, 2nd draft. 351pp.
18 9-10 H.R.H. Prince Bernhard of the Netherlands: Ts., 3rd draft. 351pp.
19 10a-11 H.R.H. Prince Bernhard of the Netherlands: Ts., finished copy.
19 12 H.R.H. Prince Bernhard of the Netherlands: Alterations to the mss. to be effected - typescript, 10pp.
19 12a H.R.H. Prince Bernhard of the Netherlands: Corrections to the mss. by Prince Bernhard. Ts. and Mss., 32pp.
19 13-14 H.R.H. Prince Bernhard of the Netherlands: Printed copy - Confidential copy. 217p.
19 15 H.R.H. Prince Bernhard of the Netherlands: Galleys.
19 16 H.R.H. Prince Bernhard of the Netherlands: Mss. notes.
20 17 H.R.H. Prince Bernhard: Correspondence: Graaf, Hatch, Prince Bernhard.
20 18 H.R.H. Prince Bernhard: Correspondence: 1961 On behalf of H.J.W. Becht; L. Th. Donihoff; A. Becht; Dr. J.H. Van Roijen.
20 19 H.R.H. Prince Bernhard: Correspondence: 1962, January. De Graaf, Douchaff, Andre (?).
20 20 H.R.H. Prince Bernhard: Correspondence: 1962, February. L. Th. Donihoff, Margaret Cousins, Prince Bernhard, De Graaf.
20 21 H.R.H. Prince Bernhard: Correspondence: 1962, March. Prince Bernhard, De Graaf, Donihoff.
20 22 H.R.H. Prince Bernhard: Correspondence: 1962, April. Donihoff, Robert Harber, Margaret Cousins, Len (?).
20 23 H.R.H. Prince Bernhard: Correspondence: 1962, May. Prince Bernhard, Kobbie (?), Donihoff, Prince Bernhard, James F. Dwyer.
20 24 H.R.H. Prince Bernhard: Correspondence: 1962, June. Bernhard, Donihoff, Joan Kord, Margaret Cousins.
20 25 H.R.H. Prince Bernhard: Correspondence: 1962, July. Prince Bernhard; for Harrap and Co.: D.D. Bird, Donihoff.
20 26 H.R.H. Prince Bernhard: Correspondence: 1962, August. Prince Bernhard, Andre Becht.
20 27 H.R.H. Prince Bernhard: Correspondence: 1962, Sept. Robert Harben, George G. Harrap, Andre Becht.
20 28 H.R.H. Prince Bernhard: Correspondence: 1962, Oct. Donihoff, Robert Harben, I.G.W. Harrap.
20 29 H.R.H. Prince Bernhard: Correspondence: 1962, November. Coen Levestrenie (?), Robert Harben, Bishop P.C. Van Lierde, Dr.J.F. Nuboer, Prince Bernhard, for Doubleday: Louise Thomas, Becht, Donihoff, S. Swinton.
20 30 H.R.H. Prince Bernhard: Correspondence: 1962, Dec. Prince Bernhard, Alden Hatch, Donihoff, C.W.A. Schurmaer, I.G.W. Harrap, C.A. Culpepper./P>
20 31 H.R.H. Prince Bernhard: Correspondence: 1963, Donihoff, Robert Harben, Andre Becht, I.G.W. Harrap, Prince Bernhard, H.R.H. Prince Bernhard of Netherlands.
20 32 H.R.H. Prince Bernhard: Biographical data - Royal family.
20 33 H.R.H. Prince Bernhard: Speeches - Prince Bernhard: 1945-1960.
20 34 H.R.H. Prince Bernhard: Printed photographs.
20 35 H.R.H. Prince Bernhard: Printed materials.
21 1 H.R.H. Prince Bernhard: Tapes: Alden Hatch Interviewing Prince Bernhard and members of his family.
22 1-5 The Lodges of Massachussets: Holograph Manuscript 2467 l.
23 6-9 The Lodges of Massachussets: Ts. with corrections and additions 683 l.
23 10 The Lodges of Massachussets: Printed Text - Publisher's copy - Hawthorne Books, Inc.
24 11 The Lodges of Massachussets: Typed Index to the book 72p.
24 12 The Lodges of Massachussets: Notes and Interviews 5 notebooks - loose pages
24 13 The Lodges of Massachussets: Correspondence:
24 13 Hatch, Alden. AL to John Davis Lodge. [n.p., n.d.] 1.5p
24 13 Johnson, Margot. TLS to Alden Hatch. New York City. Sept. 18, 1969. 1p.
24 13 Lodge, Henry Cabot. TLS (xerox) to Martin Petroff.
24 13 U.S. Delegation at the Paris Meetings on Vietnam. Oct. 21, 1969. 1p.
24 13 Hewes, James. TLS to Alden Hatch. Washington, D.C. May 18, 1970. 2p.
24 13 Lodge, Harry Sears. TLS to Alden Hatch. Enclosure: Interlink. Boston, Mass. July 3, 1970. 1p.
24 13 Kyriakis, Robin. TLS to Alden Hatch. New York City. Nov. 4, 1970. 1p.
24 13 Hatch, Alden. AL (draft, with carbon copy) to Henry Cabot Lodge. [n.p.] Nov. 19, 1970. 2p.
24 13 Hatch, Alden. TL (carbon) to the Curator of Freer Gallery. n.p.] Dec. 27, 1970. 1p.
24 13 Hatch, Alden. TL (carbon) to Mrs. Derby. [n.p.] Jan. 4, 1971. 1p.
24 13 Smith, Priscilla. TLS to Alden Hatch. Freer Gallery. Washington, D.C. Jan. 15, 1971. 1p.
24 13 Mumford, Quincy. TLS to Alden Hatch. Library of Congress. Washington, D.C. Jan. 20, 1971. 1p.
24 13 Hatch, Alden. TL (carbon) to Quincy. [Mumford]. [n.p.] Feb. 2, 1971. 1p.
24 13 Hatch, Alden. TL (carbon) to John Davis Lodge, U.S. Ambassador to Argentina. [n.p.] Mar. 1, 197. 1p.
24 13 Lodge, John Davis. TLS to Alden Hatch. Buenos Aires. Enclosures: TL (xerox) from Lambert; TL (xerox) from Lemonier. March 29, 1971. 1p.
24 13 Hatch, Alden. TL (carbon) to General Jacob L. Devers. [n.p.] April 12, 1971. 1 p.
24 14 The Lodges of Massachussets: Diary (abstracts) - Senator H.C. Lodge (1850 -) 1905 - 1920.
24 15 The Lodges of Massachussets: Decorations - John Davis Lodge (Ambassador) xerox copies.
24 16 The Lodges of Massachussets: Photographs: F.T. Frelinhuysen and wife: Cabot's great grandparents with Bancroft Davis, Cabot's uncle. Bessie Davis (Cabot's mother), and Sara Helen Frelinhuysen (Cabot's grandmother). Bay and Bessie Lodge - Teddy Wharton Cabot's mother. After Bay's death, Senator and Bessie Lodge in deep mourning. Senator Henry Cabot Lodge on his favorite hunter, 1892. John Ellerton Lodge - Cabot, Jr.'s uncle. Mrs. Newell, Cabot, Thorwald Sanchez. Senator Lodge, Sr. Cabot, Jr. brother - John, sister - Helen. Members of the Dirty Dozen. Henry Cabot Lodge. John Davis Lodge. George Cabot Lodge and family. John Davis Lodge and family. Henry C. Lodge with General Devers. Henry C. Lodge with [Dwight] Eisenhower. Lodge and [Richard M.] Nixon in Siagon. Henry C. Lodge with Tay Minh. Theodore Roosevelt, dedicated to H.C. Lodge, Sr.
24 17 The Lodges of Massachussets: Miscellanea.
24 18 The Lodges of Massachussets: Tapes - Interviews: Byrnes - Schlessinger. Walter Trohan of the Chicago Tribune. Diplomat Murphy General Devers (read by Alden Hatch).
25 1 A Man Called John: Pope John's biographical data.
25 2 A Man Called John: Correspondence - O'Neill, Jim. 1962, Rome
25 2 October; TL to Alden Hatch. An account on the Pope's tower. 28x22cm. 3p.
25 2 Nov. 8; TLS to Alden Hatch. Describing the activities of Pope John during Oct. 31st, Nov. 4th, and Nov. 5th, 1962. 28 x 22 cm. 3p.
25 2 Nov. 16; TLS to Alden Hatch. Giving information about Cardinal Bea. 28 x 22 cm. 2p.
25 2 Nov. 24; TLS (with manuscript postscript) to Alden Hatch. 28 x 22 cm. 2p. An account of the debate of the 'Fonts Revelation' in the Ecumenical Council.
25 2 Nov. 30; TL to Alden Hatch. 28 x 22 4p. An account on Cardinal Ottaviani, plus other activities in the Vatican.
25 2 Dec. 1; telegram to Alden Hatch, telling about health of Pope XXIII. 8p.
25 2 Dec. 17; TL to Alden Hatch. Enclosing an analysis of the Council by Father Sherin News about Pope John's health. About pictures. 2 p. 28 x 22 cm.
25 2 Jan. 11; TL to Alden Hatch. 28 x 22 cm. 4p. On the reformation of the Canon, Pope's devotion for St. Joseph, illness of the Pope, and activites work of the council.
25 2 Sheerin, John. TS - Analysis of the 1st session of the Ecunemical Council.
25 2 Dec. 7, 1962. See: O'Neill ; TL to Alden Hatch. Dec. 17, 1962.
25 3 A Man Called John: Ecumenical Council documentation
25 4 A Man Called John: Ecumenical Council - opening address by Douglas Horton, observer to the Vatican Council II (representative of the United Church and Ecumenical Council II).
25 5 A Man Called John: List of observers from Protestant Churches.
25 6 A Man Called John: Ecumenical Council II - Opening.
25 7 A Man Called John: Ecumenical Council II - First session.
25 8 A Man Called John: Ecumenical Council II: Bill Pepper Newsweek article, Canou Bernard C. Pawley, O'Neill, Barret McGurn, Ed Hill (1962)
25 9 A Man Called John: Pope John XIII - activities.
25 10 A Man Called John: Clippings.
26 1 The Mountbattens, 1966: Mss. with additions and corrections. 1st and 2nd parts, pp. 1- 338; 1965.
27 2 The Mountbattens: Mss. with additions and corrections. 2nd and 3rd parts; pp. 472 - 1457; 1965.
28 3 The Mountbattens: Ts. (carbon) - pt. 1: pp. 1- 2321.
28 4 The Mountbattens: Ts. (carbon), pt. 2: pp. 233 - 541. (publisher's editing).
28 5 The Mountbattens: Galleys (marked set); 461pp.
28 6 The Mountbattens: Galleys (Plate proof); 472pp.
29 7-10 The Mountbattens: Ts. - setting copy.
29 11 The Mountbattens: Index.
29 12 The Mountbattens: Bibliography used.
29 13 The Mountbattens: Notes.
30 14 The Mountbattens: Interviews: Airlie, Lord and Lady. Hilton Hotel (New York). July 28, [1963?].
30 15 The Mountbattens: Interviews: Ashbury, C.J. [n.p., n.d.].
30 16 The Mountbattens: Interviews: Atlee, Earl of. London (House of Lords). July 1, 1963
30 17 The Mountbattens: Interviews: Baghot. [n.p., n.d.] 1p.
30 17a The Mountbattens: Interviews: Bruntisfield, Dorothy, Lady Donald, Eily. London (Bruntisfield House). July 4, 1963.
30 18 The Mountbattens: Interviews: Campbell-Johnson, Alice. [n.p.], [n.d.]. Mss.: Further Talks with Campbell-Johnson.
30 19 The Mountbattens: Interviews: Cecil, Robert. London. May 15, 1963.
30 20 The Mountbattens: Interviews: Churchill, Randolph. Stour (London?). July 22, 1963.
30 21 The Mountbattens: Interviews: Cochran. [n.p.] [ n.d.] 32p.
30 22 The Mountbattens: Interviews: Creighton, Richard; Colonel. [n.p.], [ n.d.]. Mss., 3p.
30 23 The Mountbattens: Interviews: Denning, Esler. London. May 21, 1963
30 24 The Mountbattens: Interviews: Dick, Roger; Admiral. London.July 9, 1963. 4p.
30 25 The Mountbattens: Interviews: Douglas-Hamilton, Malcolm, Lord. Cedarhurst. March 3, 1963. 13p.
30 26 The Mountbattens: Interviews: Durnford, John, Vice-Admiral. London. May 4, 1963.
30 27 The Mountbattens: Interviews: Eisenhower, Dwight; (TS). Gettysburg. Oct. 31, 1963.
30 28 The Mountbattens: Interviews: Fellows-Morgan, Bruce. London. May 3, 1963.
30 29 The Mountbattens: Interviews: Fry, Stephen. London. July 4, 1963.
30 30 The Mountbattens: Interviews: Godfrey, Admiral. (TS).
30 31 The Mountbattens: Interviews: Haven, Toody Milford (Romaine, Marchioness of) [n.p.]; [ n.d.].
30 32 The Mountbattens: Interviews: Hutchison, Jeremy. Temple. [n.d.].
30 33 The Mountbattens: Interviews: Kerr, Mrs. Andrew. London. May 27, 1963.
30 34 The Mountbattens: Interviews: Lamb, (Charles' wife), Lady (TS). [n.p.] [ n.d.] 5p.
30 35 The Mountbattens: Interviews: Lawrence, Jack.
30 36 The Mountbattens: Interviews: Morgan, Frederick.
30 37 The Mountbattens: Interviews: McDonald, John.
30 38 The Mountbattens: Interviews: Murdoch, Elizabeth; Dame.
30 39 The Mountbattens: Interviews: Parry, Sir Edward; Vice-Admiral. Kent. May 18, 1963.
30 40 The Mountbattens: Interviews: Pick of Neiman, Charles. (TS) [n.p.] [ n.d.] 1p.
30 41 The Mountbattens: Interviews: Roskill, S.W.; Captain.
30 42 The Mountbattens: Interviews: Rougier, G.R.; Queen's Counsel.(TS) [n.p., n.d.] 4p.
30 43 The Mountbattens: Interviews: Saunders, Mrs. Gerard.
30 44 The Mountbattens: Interviews: Slim, Load; Field Marshall. London. June 20. 1p.
30 45 The Mountbattens: Interviews: Smith, Cecil C.; General. London. May 14, 1963. 1p.
30 46 The Mountbattens: Interviews: Strafford, Sir Charles; Air Marshall. Hadenham, Bucks. June 2, 1963. 3p.
30 47 The Mountbattens: Interviews: Strong, Kenneth. London. June 20, 1963
30 48 The Mountbattens: Interviews: Watkinson, Harold. London. June 25, 1963
30 49 The Mountbattens: Interviews: West, Michael; General.
30 50 The Mountbattens: Interviews: Zinkin, Maurice and Taya. (TS). India House (London). June 21, 1963. 2p.
30 51 The Mountbattens: Correspondence: Boyd, A.H.W. ALS to Alden Hatch. Complaining of not spectacular sales "their book" for lack of advertising, but good reviews. 17.5 x 11 cm. [n.d.] 2p. "?", Dodie. ALS to Alden Hatch. Thanking for The Mountbattens. telling about trips and friends. 3P. 15 16.5 cm. London. [n.d.].
30 51a The Mountbattens: Correspondence: 1953: Mountbatten, Earl of Burma. Feb. 3. TLS (copy) to Mr. K. Poolman of the B.B.C., telling the story as he remembered of the 'Kelly'.
30 52 The Mountbattens: Correspondence: 1955: Evans, Dwye A. TLS to Alden Hatch. Will try to get cooperation of Mountbatten for the book. 24 x 20 cm. London. Nov. 18,1955. 1p. Johnson, Margot. TLS to Alden Hatch. Sending a list of books on the Mountbattens. Recommends some others. 27 x 18.5 cm. New York. June 28, 1955. 1p.
30 53 The Mountbattens: Correspondence: 1962-1963: Johnson, Margot. TL (carbon) to Morris Philipson (Random House). Talks about a possible book on the Mountbattens. Comments on what Murray Pollinger has said about.books published on the subject. Asks for Philipson's opinions. 28.5 x 22 cm. [n.p.] Sept. 25,1962. 1p. Hatch, Alden. TL (carbon) to the Earl Mountbatten of Burma, K.G. He has been commisioned by Random House to write a book on the Mountbatten family, with emphasis on the Earl of Mountbattens's father. He is asking for help on his research and guidance for the book from the Earl of Mountbatten. [n.p.] March 12, 1963. Hatch, Alden. TL (carbon) to Peter Hayman. Sending material in reference to the Mountbatten's book. 28 x 21.5 cm. [n.p.] March 12, 1963. 1p. Brockman, R.V., Rear-Admiral. TLS to Alden Hatch. Giving a very discouraging answer on regard of having an interview with Lord Mountbatten. Recommending some biographies already written. 30 x 21 cm. London. March 22, 1963. 2p. Cooke, J.G.B., Commodore. TLS to Alden Hatch. Advising him to consult the Admiralty Librarian for dates about the career of Prince Louis of Battenburg. 21 x 15 cm. April 11, 1963 1p. Wickersham, Cornelius W. TLS to Alden Hatch. Sending letters of introduction for General Sir Frederick E. Morgan, General Sir C.M.Smith; Admiral Sir Edward Parry. 11 x 8.5 cm. Washington, D.C. April 16, 1963. 1p. [Johnson, Margot]. TL(carbon) to Murray Pollinger. Informing that the contract for The Mountbattens went through with Random House. Hatch is going to London and rent a flat. Collins, the ideal publisher for the book, put Hatch in contact with him. He needs to see people. 28 x 22 cm. [n.p.] April 24, 1963. 1p. Brockman, R. V., Vice-Admiral. TLS to Alden Hatch. Lord Mountbatten has received a cable from the Prince of the Netherlands asking him to receive Alden Hatch. Lord Mountbatten will receive Hatch gladly, but opposes any book being written about the family. 24 x 15 cm. London. May 22, 1963. 1p. Romney, Earl of. MLS to Alden Hatch. Inviting Mr. and Mrs, Hatch to spend the days from July 13th to the 15th with them. 20 x 12.5 cm. London. May 29, [1963?] 2p. Roskill, S.W. TLS to Alden Hatch. Trying to set a meeting with Hatch. 20 x 13 cm. Hants. May 31, 1963 1p.
30 54 The Mountbattens: Correspondence: 1963: Romney, Earl of. ALS to Alden Hatch. London. [June 2, 1963] 2p. Pollinger, Lawrence (author's agent). TLS to Alden Hatch. Bob Knittel has asked for one or two modifications in the contract for The Mountbattens. 1p. London.. June 7, 1963. Brockman, R.V., Vice-Admiral. TLS to Alden Hatch. He will let the Admiral of the Fleet know that Hatch will go ahead with his book. London. June 19, 1963. 1p. Pollinger, Lawrence (author's agent). TLS to Alden Hatch. Enclosing Collin's signed agreement for The Mountbattens. 25 x 20.5 cm. (no enclosure.) London. June 14, 1963. 1p. Saunders, George (Writer's and Speakers Research). TLS to Alden Hatch. Directing Hatch's attention to Institute of Strategic Studies for Defense coverage. London. June 16, 1963. 2p. Saunders, Joan St. George (Writer's and Speakers Research). TLS to Alden Hatch. Going through the Times, he found only one dance reported, April 14, 1923.London. June 19, 1963. 2p. Knittel, Robert (Collius publisher). TLS to Alden Hatch. Sending a copy of letters which Mr. Mark Bouham Carter has written to various people he mentioned to Hatch. Correcting information about Watkinson. Enclosures. London. June 20, 1963. 1p. Wilkins, A.J. TLS to Alden Hatch. Repeating a verse used by Lord Louis at the opening of the pub "Lord Louis" at Southampton. London. June 30, 1963. 2p. Roskill, S.W.; Captain. TLS to Alden Hatch. [London.] July 1, 1963. Saunders, Joan St. George. TLS to Alden Hatch. Including extract of the letter from Lord Louis Mountbatten to Admiral Godfrey. London. July 5, 1963. 1p. Peters, Richard; Sqd. Leader (RS). TLS to Alden Hatch. Misunderstanding about the appointment made for Hatch to see Lord Mountbatten who does not approve of the book, nor does he gives interviews. London. July 16, 1963 1p.
30 55 The Mountbattens: Correspondence: 1965: O'Neil, Jr. ALS to Alden Hatch. Commenting on the Mountbattens. H.M.S. Kelly's motto was 'Keep on instead of Hold on'. 18 x 14 cm. London. n.d. (1965) 2p. Sanders, David (Sunday Express). Telegram to Alden Hatch requesting his comments on the refutal by Mountbatten and St. Clair-Ford that there never was a row between them aboard the destroyer HMS Kipling. London. June 30, 1965. Kantor, MacKinlay, TLS to Alden Hatch and "Squeaky"; thanks for anniversary telegram. They will travel to Germantown and bring The Mountbattens with them. 28 x 12 cm. Sarasota, Fl. July 7, 1965. Harper, Emmanuel E. (Random House). TLS to Alden Hatch. Enclosing a letter received from Brignall, White, and Orchard, Solicitors in onnection with an offending statement in The Mountbattens. Enclosure. 21 x 14 cm. New York. July 28, 1965. 1p. (See McCormick: July 29,1965.). McCormick, James (Margot Johnson Agency). TLS to Alden Hatch. He has never heard of a trans-atlantic libel suite. He does not understand why Random House has sent the letter along. Enclosure. 26 x 18.5 cm. New York. July 29, 1965. 1p. Wickersham, Cornelius W. TLS to Alden Hatch. Pleasure of reading The Mountbattens. But corrects a mistake that touches General George V. Strong. 27 x 21 cm. Washington, D.C. Aug. 9, 1965 2p. 1967; Byrd, Beverly. Telegram to Alden Hatch.
30 57 The Mountbattens: Miscellanea: Biographical material.
30 58 The Mountbattens: Miscellanea: Excerpts from: Mountbatten Lineage, by Mountbatten, Earl of Burma.
30 59 The Mountbattens: Miscellanea: Excerpts from: The Sovereign and the Navy, by Mountbatten, Earl of Burma.
30 60 The Mountbattens: Miscellanea: Excerpts from: The War at Sea, by Captain Roskell.
30 61 The Mountbattens: Miscellanea: Excerpts from: various sources.
30 62 The Mountbattens: Miscellanea: Lists of: people to see, people to interview, First Lords of the Admiralty, etc.
35 1 Red Carpet for Mamie: Galleys, 39 p.
35 2 Red Carpet for Mamie: Notebooks: Dan Thornton, Jesse Hamilton, Mrs. Robert F. Archibald, Vance McManus, Mamie Eisenhower, Mrs. John Walker, General and Mrs. Nevius, James C. Hagerty.
35 3 Red Carpet for Mamie: Interviews broken down in chronological order of events: Mrs. John Sheldon Doud, Mrs. Joe Carlson, Mrs. Moore, Mrs. Peck, Mr. John Ashling, George Sibley, Bird.
35 3a Red Carpet for Mamie: Interview of Alden Hatch with Ms. Markel.
35 4 Red Carpet for Mamie: Fact notes: biographical, school, from newspapers.
35 5 Red Carpet for Mamie: Correspondence: Archibold, Eileen. TL (copy) to Alden Hatch. [n.p.] May 4, 1953. 2p. Helms, Rachel. TL (copy) to Alden Hatch. Green Sevel, Va. May 13, 1953. 2p. [Mrs. Eisenhower, mother]. TL (copy) to John Eisenhower. Santa Rosa, Ca. Aug. 30, 1953. 3p. [Hatch, Alden]. TL (carbon) to Barbara. [n.p.] Sept. 18, 1954. 1p. Kase, Toshikasu. TLS to Alden Hatch. New York, Ivy. May 2, 1956. 1p.
36 1 The Son of Smoky Sea: Book agreement.
36 2 The Son of Smoky Sea: Holograph manuscript by Nutchuk. 80 pp.
36 3 The Son of Smoky Sea: Ts. - corrections by Nutchuk, incomplete. pp. 1 - 50
36 4 The Son of Smoky Sea: Ts. - additions and corrections by Alden Hatch. 178 pp.
36 5 The Son of Smoky Sea: Typed working sheets.
36 6-7 The Son of Smoky Sea: Ts. - final draft. Lacking pp. 120-130. 246 pp.
36 8 The Son of Smoky Sea: Presentation on the Aleute Islands, by Nutchuk with photographs and maps.
36 9 The Son of Smoky Sea: Interviews of Nutchuk, by Alden Hatch.
36 10 The Son of Smoky Sea: Book notes pertaining to Alden Hatch (3).
36 11 The Son of Smoky Sea: Nutchuk - Biographical data.
36 12 The Son of Smoky Sea: Correspondence: H.H. TL to Alden Hatch. [n.p.] [n.d.] 1p. Satz, Joel. TLS to Simon Oliver (Nutchuk). New York City. Nov. 29, 1929. 1p. Bower, Ward. T. TL to Simeon Oliver. (Nutchuk). Washington, D.C. Oct. 25, 1940. 1p. Marshall, Charles R. TLS to Lt. Commander Louis C. Darley. New York City. July 24, 1942. 1p. (Enclosure: letter of introduction for Mr. Oliver). May, Alan. G. TLS to S.Oliver (Nutchuk). Wenatchee, Washington Feb. 12, 1944. 1p. Hatch, Alden. TL (carbon) to Simeon Oliver. [n.p.] June 27, 1944. 1p.
36 13 The Son of Smoky Sea: Photographs of Aleutian Islands.
36 14 The Son of Smoky Sea: Miscellanea. Printed pamphlets, notes.
37 1 The Story of Remington Arms: Manuscripts: Commentary on the manuscript from the Public Relations Department (Remington).
37 2 The Story of Remington Arms: Manuscripts: Proposed plan for the Remington Arms Story. Memorandum from Henry P. Davis to members of Remington Arms.
37 3 The Story of Remington Arms: Manuscripts: Remington Arms. Ts., pt. I and II (final copy); pp. 1 - 239.
37 4 The Story of Remington Arms: Manuscripts: Remington Arms. Ts., pt. III (final copy).
37 5 The Story of Remington Arms: Manuscripts: Remington Arms. Ts., pt. III (rev. copy); pp. 239 - 399, with Appendix.
37 7 The Story of Remington Arms: Interviews and biographical data: Browning, Matthew.
37 8 The Story of Remington Arms: Interviews and biographical data: Calhoon.
37 9 The Story of Remington Arms: Interviews and biographical data: Callahan, Peter and Gerard.
37 10 The Story of Remington Arms: Interviews and biographical data: Chasmer, James
37 11 The Story of Remington Arms: Interviews and biographical data: Clay.
37 12 The Story of Remington Arms: Interviews and biographical data: Coleman, R.H.
37 13 The Story of Remington Arms: Interviews and biographical data: Critenden, Ray.
37 14 The Story of Remington Arms: Interviews and biographical data: Davis, Charles Krum.
38 15 The Story of Remington Arms: Interviews and biographical data: Dodge, Hartley.
38 16 The Story of Remington Arms: Interviews and biographical data: Albert, H. Judge.
38 17 The Story of Remington Arms: Interviews and biographical data: Hartley, Robert.
38 18 The Story of Remington Arms: Interviews and biographical data: Loomis.
38 19 The Story of Remington Arms: Interviews and biographical data: Mason, Janice; Evans; Gael; and others.
38 20 The Story of Remington Arms: Interviews and biographical data: Morgan, Thomas William.
38 21 The Story of Remington Arms: Interviews and biographical data: Pedersen, John D.
38 22 The Story of Remington Arms: Interviews and biographical data: Peters, Charles G.
38 23 The Story of Remington Arms: Interviews and biographical data: Pinney, Harry H.
38 24 The Story of Remington Arms: Interviews and biographical data: Pickney, George E.
38 25 The Story of Remington Arms: Interviews and biographical data: Riesinger, Walter.
38 26 The Story of Remington Arms: Interviews and biographical data: Remington, Franklin.
38 26a The Story of Remington Arms: Interviews and biographical data: Rider, Joseph.
38 27 The Story of Remington Arms: Interviews and biographical data: Schmidt, Wilhelm.
38 28 The Story of Remington Arms: Interviews and biographical data: Warden, Max.
38 29 The Story of Remington Arms: Correspondence: [Hatch, Alden]. TLS to Loomis.BDec. 23, 1950. Dodge, Marcey Hartley. TLS to Alden Hatch. Feb. 10, 1951. Reynolds, D.S. TLS (carbon) to Daniel F. Breen. April 26, 1951. Kahrs, Frank J. TLS to Alden Hatch. Feb. 25, 1952. Rhinehart, Stanley M. TL (copy) to Henry P. Davis. April 7, 1952. Pinney, Harry H. TL (copy) to M.H. Dodge. April 7, 1952. ____, _____. TL (copy) to M.H. Davis. Dec. 8, 1953. Davis, Henry P. TLS to Alden Hatch. Dec. 29, 1953. Brandt, E.N. TLS to Alden Hatch. July 20, 1956. Reinehart, Stanley. TLS to Alden Hatch. Oct. 11, 1955. Bradford, Ned. TLS to Alden Hatch. Nov. 19, 1957.
38 30 The Story of Remington Arms: Miscellaneous: Clippings.
38 31 The Story of Remington Arms: Miscellaneous: Loomis, C.C. Remington historical chronology.
38 32 The Story of Remington Arms: Miscellaneous: List of nations - purchasing Remington Rolling.
38 33 The Story of Remington Arms: Miscellaneous: Remington Arms Centennial program.
38 34 The Story of Remington Arms: Miscellaneous: Remington Arms - guns.
38 35 The Story of Remington Arms: Miscellaneous: Remington Arms - reports;Ts., 32p.
38 36 The Story of Remington Arms: Miscellaneous: Remington Arms - Datas on its history, development, trade, etc. (misc. of Ts. and printed material)
38 37 The Story of Remington Arms: Miscellaneous: Biographical data.
39 1 The Wadsworths of Genesse: Manuscripts: Agreements between Mrs. Wadsworth and AH for the book: The Wadsworths.
39 2-3 The Wadsworths of Genesse: Manuscripts: Publisher's copy of Ts. with corrections. 335p.
39 4 The Wadsworths of Genesse: Manuscripts: Proof galleys with corrections.
39 5 The Wadsworths of Genesse: Manuscripts: Galleys.
39 6 The Wadsworths of Genesse: Manuscripts: Notebooks - biographical data.
39 7 The Wadsworths of Genesse: Manuscripts: Abstracts from the papers of Senator Wadsworth.
39 8 The Wadsworths of Genesse: Interviews: Eicher.
39 9 The Wadsworths of Genesse: Interviews: Mrs. Harper.
39 10 The Wadsworths of Genesse: Interviews: Eve Symington.
39 11 The Wadsworths of Genesse: Interviews: Tim Symington.
39 12 The Wadsworths of Genesse: Interviews: Bill Wadsworth.
39 13 The Wadsworths of Genesse: Interviews: Mrs. Wadsworth.
39 14 The Wadsworths of Genesse: Various interviews.
39 15 The Wadsworths of Genesse: Correspondence: Wadsworth, Reverdy (1956-1957). Ripley, Julien (1959). [Hatch, Alden]. TL (draft) to Mrs. Wadsworth. Johnson, Margo.TL (draft). [n.d.].
39 16 The Wadsworths of Genesse: Miscellanea: Tributes to Senator Wadsworth.
39 17 The Wadsworths of Genesse: Miscellanea: Wadsworth's estate.
39 18 The Wadsworths of Genesse: Miscellanea: General description of Genesee and County.
40 1 Woodrow Wilson: Manuscripts: Hologram, incomplete.
40 2 Woodrow Wilson: Manuscripts: Publisher's copy of Ts. with corrections and additions.
40 3-4 Woodrow Wilson: Manuscripts: Ts. (carbon copy) with corrections and page numbers.
40 5 Woodrow Wilson: Fact: Chronological: 1840 - 1911.
40 6 Woodrow Wilson: Fact: Chronological: 1912 - 1924.
41 7 Woodrow Wilson: Interviews: Mrs. Edith Ham.
41 8 Woodrow Wilson: Interviews: Altrude Gordon Grayson.
41 9 Woodrow Wilson: Interviews: Mrs. [Woodrow] Wilson.
41 10 Woodrow Wilson: Correspondence: Humbley, "Poppy". ALS to Alden Hatch. [n.p.], [n.d.]. 2pp. [n.n.]. Memo to Alden Hatch. New York City. 1.5p. [n.d.]. Daniels, Josephus. TLS to Alden Hatch. Raleigh, N.C. 1p. Feb. 20, 1945. Taylor, Helen. K. (Holt and Co.). TLS 'to whom it may concern'. New York City. 1p. Mar. 1, 1945. Phillips, William. TLS to Alden Hatch. Washington, D.C. 1p. Mar. 24, 1945. Phillips, William. TLS to Alden Hatch. Washington, D.C. 1p. May 12, 1945. (Enclosure: Wilson and the Foreign Service). McCarthy, Catherine. TL (copy) to Mrs. AnnWatkins.[New York City] 1p. 24,1946. Andrews, Siri. TLS to Alden Hatch. New York City. 1p. July 23, 1946. Sayre, Francis B. LS to Alden Hatch. Washington, D.C. 1p. Feb. 13, 1947. Lodge, [Henry] [Cabot] TLS to Alden Hatch. Washington, D.C. 1p. July 10, 1947. Connally, John. TLS to Alden Hatch. Washington, D.C. 1p. Feb. 16, 1949. Wilson, Edith Bolling. ALS to Alden Hatch. [n.p.] Enclosure. 1p. Sept. 20, 1960.
41 11 Woodrow Wilson: Miscellanea: [Excerpts] from Mrs. Wilson's diary.
41 12 Woodrow Wilson: Miscellanea: [Excerpts] from Woodrow Wilson's scrapbooks.
41 13 Woodrow Wilson: Miscellanea: Abstracts from the Hitchcock papers.
41 14 Woodrow Wilson: Miscellanea: Articles from newspapers (copy).
41 15 Woodrow Wilson: Miscellanea: Notebooks.
41 16 Woodrow Wilson: Miscellaneous material.

Novels

Box Folder
42 1 Gaming Lady; mss.
42 2 The Dutchess Goes Home.
42 3 In the Tradition - Ts., pp. 1 - 214.
42 4 In the Tradition - Ts., pp. 215 - 454
42 5 The Lenz Enchanting - Ts.
42 6 The Montezuma Gold -Ts.
42 7 Unidentified.

Short Stories

Box Folder
43 1 Aboard the Calipso.
43 2 The Air Age Dawns on Heliopolis.
43 3 Back to the Farm - By Air.
43 4 Blue Sunday.
43 5 A Collector of Beauty.
43 6 The First Aide-De-Camp.
43 7 France and St. Denis.
43 8 The Gentleman from Argentina.
43 9 Gezhira.
43 10 A Hunting Morning Map.
43 11 Idyll of the Air.
43 12 If Stuart Charged.
43 13 Joan.
43 14 Landing.
43 15 Lion Heart.
43 16 Lucky Dog.
43 17 The Man Who Got Off.
43 18 The Master Hates the Hunt.
43 19 McKenna's Princess.
43 20 The Queen Mother's Red Bedroom Slippers.
43 21 Roseleaves of December.
43 22 A Stable Inheritance.
43 23 Train Bleu.
43 24 Through the Ceiling.
43 25 Up the Spout.
43 26 The Vindication of General O'Kelly Clute.
43 27 What's the Good of a Vice-Roy.
43 28 Where is Paradis. What's in a Name.
43 29 Unidentified.
43 30 Unidentified.

Articles

Box Folder
44 1 "The Brass Talk Back".
44 2 "Bullfight".
44 3 "Grazda the Mazda".
44 4 "General Eisenhower's Renunciation".
44 5 "General's Fight for Peace".
44 6 "A Man of Peace Who Makes War Mightly, General Omar Bradley".
44 7 "Meet John Atherton".
44 8 "Meet the Candidate: The Senator from Cinncinnati", (Taft).
44 9 "Meet the Candidates: Portriat of a President", (Truman).
44 10 "Meet the Candidates: Vanderbergh of Michigan".
44 11 "The Men Around Eisenhower".
44 12 "On the Aged".
44 13 "Pearl Harbor Could Not Happen on this December".
44 14 "Preliminary Report on the United States Foreign Service".
44 15 "Preview of a President".
44 16 "Radar, our First Line of Defense".
44 17 "Steve Dohanos".
44 18 "Tour in the 'Franconia' in 1926" - Mss.
44 19 "When Forrestal Talks off the Record".

Interviews

Box Folder
45 1 Gilbert Bundy.
45 2 Patty Dagg.
45 3 Frank Dailey.
45 4 Fred Ludekens.
45 5 Senator McGrath.
45 6 Norman Rockwell.
45 7 Governor Stassen.

Miscellaneous Materials

Box Folder
45 8 Harry Truman Press Conference - 1947
45 9 T.V. Script, unused.
45 10 Address: "Research Can Be Fun".
45 11 Notes on Buckminster ['Bucky'] Fuller.
45 12 Notes from Walcott Atkins.
45 13 Notes on Algy.


Group 2: 1996 Accession


General and Personal: Appointments, Diaries, Biographical Material.

This subseries includes appointment books, diaries and biographical materials, including Alden Hatch's autobiography. There are two, or more, versions of Alden Hatch's autobiography. The "short version," is a complete typed version for which there is no holograph, covering his life until the time of World War I. The longer version covers until approximately the beginning of WWII. There are at least two versions of parts of it. Different versions exist for some chapters, and there is a repetition of chapter numbers. Internal references indicate the "Autobiography" was written in the 1960s. The envelopes in which some of the chapters were found, if they were used for the original mailing to his typist, bear a postmarks from 1969. One of these envelopes (Cf. "The Hatches") also may indicate that this was intended to be the opening chapter, although it is labeled as number two. A letter from Elliott W. Schryver (Box 5/73) refers to a manuscript entitled "The Hatches."


Box Folder
1 1 Engagement book, 1940.
1 2 Engagement book, 1941.
1 3 Appointments, 1957: 3 June - Sept. 9.
1 4 Diary, 1957: 1 Jan. - 23 May; 16 Sept. - 31 Dec.
1 5 Diary, "Trip to Rome for Ringling Book and Pope John [17 Nov.] 1958 - 1959."
1 6 Desk calendar/ diary, 1959.
1 7 Diary, 1959: 12 Feb. - 5 Dec.
1 8 Diary, "Trip to Paris for De Gaulle Book, December, 1959."
1 9 Diary, 1960.
1 10 Diary, 1962.
1 11 Diary of Trip to Rome and other points for Pope John and Prince Bernhard, Oct. 1, 1962 to [8 Nov.].
2 12 Diary, 1963.
2 13 Diary, 1964.
2 14 Diary, 1965.
2 15 Diary, 1965: Only entry is note by Allene, Friday, Feb. 12, regarding her fear that Alden faces impending death from cancer.
2 16 Diary, 1967.
2 17 Diary, 1968.
2 18 Diary, 1969.
2 19 Diary, 1970: Includes Allene's account of a trip to Virginia to publicize the Byrd book, 15 Oct. - [22 Oct.] and Alden's notes for May.
2 20 Diary, 1972: Jan. - 12 June.
3 1 Autobiography: ["Short version"] Typed ms., 66 ll.
3 2 Autobiography "Long version": A.Ms., "The Hatches," ll. 1-82.
3 3 Autobiography "Long version": Typed ms., ch. 2 "Hatches," 63-80 + loose pages.
3 4 Autobiography "Long version": [Chapter 1] " The Age of Serenity," a.ms., ll. 1-99.
3 5 Autobiography "Long version": Typed ms., "Age of Serenity" (1st carbon) ll. 25-62 [1-38]
3 6 Autobiography "Long version": Chapter 2: A.Ms., "End of a World," ll. 100-196.
3 7 Autobiography "Long version": Typed ms., "The End of a World" (first carbon) ll 63-[94]
3 8 Autobiography "Long version": Ch. 4, a.ms, 197-276.
3 9 Autobiography "Long version": Ch. 4, typed ms., 23 ll.
3 10 Autobiography "Long version": Chapter 5: "The Twenties Were Fun," typed ms., ll. 118-148.
3 11 Autobiography "Long version": A.Ms., Ch. 6, "Good Old Days Are Now," ll. 83-186.
3 12 Autobiography "Long version": Typed ms., Ch 6 "The Good Old Days Are Now," 31 ll., plus autograph insert.
3 13 Autobiography "Long version": Typed ms. Ch. 6, "Good Old Days Are Now," 31 ll.
3 14 Autobiography "Long version": Chapter 7: "Sex, Stars and Marriage," 23 ll.
3 15 Autobiography "Long version": Chapters 7 - 10, a.ms. 187 - 396. (Chapter 7: "Three Lovely Ladies," Ch. 8, "Hollywood in the 'Glamorous' Thirties," Ch 9: "A Heterogenous Honeymoon," Ch. 10, untitled.
3 16 Autobiography "Long version": Chapter 8, a.ms, 212-276
3 17 Autobiography "Long version": A and typed ms. insert [to "Age of Serenity"?] regarding "Father."
3 18 Autobiography "Long version": Discarded pages of "Autobiography" inserts [Information taken from envelope in which pages were found].
4 1 "Biographical Material on Alden Hatch," autobiographical sketch.
4 2 Emily Nichols Hatch Memorial Exhibition and obituary.
4 3 Kantor, McKinley. Facsimile copy of the Eulogy for Alden Hatch, written and delivered, Feb. 4, 1975.
4 4 Last Will and Testament, 19 July 1951.
4 5 "Meet Your Neighbors," biographical sketch of Alden Hatch, Cue. Long Island Section, Nov. 29, 1941.
4 6 Newspaper articles re: provenance of Hatch manuscripts, 1965 - 1968.
4 7 Obituary notices, Feb. 1975
4 8 Passports, 1954, 1959.
4 9 Statement of Income and Expenses, 1970.
4 10 "A Visit to 'Quartermile,' at Home with the Hatches," and "Alden Hatch: Famous People Are His Business," Hudson, NY, Register - Star, 17 June - 5 Nov. 1974.
4 11 Hatch, Eric - Biographical material relating to Alden's brother, Eric.

Photographs

There are numerous photographs of Alden and Allene Hatch, and of other individuals, usully unidentified. Some date back to the late 19th and early twentieth centuries, others are as recent as the 1960s.


Box Folder
4 12 Fifteen B&W photos of Alden, Allene, and other, unidentified individuals. 3 ? and 3 1/2x4 inches. Some are polaroid.
4 13 Color photo of Alden, Allene, and unidentified man, with negative.
4 14 Six Color photos of Alden, Allene and others. One is dated August, 1958.
4 15 Four photographs of two different men.
4 16 Seven color photos (with negatives) of Alden and Allene.
4 17 B&W photo of Alden and Allene in gondola (Venice?)
4 18 Various unidentified photos, less than 4 ? x 5 ? inches.
4 19 Various unidentified photos, approximately 5"x7".
4 20 Two 5"x7" polo scenes.
4 21 Rockaway Hunting Club - Photograph from 80th Anniversary party, 1958, from scrapbook.
4 22 Eighteen 6X8" (mounted size) or larger photographs, mostly from studios, and usually unidentified. Some are of Alden and of other family members. Some appear to be from Alden's time in Hollywood, including photos of Louise Campbell (1938) and Lily Harmon.
4 23 Three sheets of 35mm slides and two rolls of 35 mm. Negative film. The box from which one set of slides was removed was dated March 24, 1956. Another was postmarked April 21, 1955, and addressed to A. D. Hatch, Kenyon College, Gambier, Ohio. Hatch's son Denison was a student at Kenyon.
4 24 Two rolls of 35mm b&w film.

Correspondence

This subseries includes general and personal correspondence of both Alden and Allene. Correspondence relating to a specific book will usually be found with the papers on that book, but there is some overlap. The principal exception is that most correspondence with Alden's long time agent Margot Johnson is found here, rather than with the individual title.


Box Folder
5 1 Aeschbacher, W. D. (Eisenhower Library). TLS to Alden Hatch; Abilene, 6 Jan. 1964.
5 2 Aley, Ruth and Maxwell (agents). 2 TL to Alden Hatch; New York, 17 Feb. 1942, 14 Dec. 1951.
5 3 Ann Watkins, inc.TLS to Alden Hatch; New York, 6 Mar. 1945 - 25 Mar. 1953. Includes royalty statement of 25 April 1971.
5 4 Applegate, Howard L. (Syracuse University Library). TLS to Alden Hatch; Syracuse, 20 August 1964.
5 5 Arlie, Lady Bridget. ALS to Alden Hatch; Angus Scotland, 13 May 1966.
5 6 Ashley, Roberta (This Week Magazine). TLS to Alden Hatch; New York, 20 April 1953.
5 7 Babcock, Amelia J. (Mrs. W. M.). ALS to Alden Hatch; Newark, NJ, 24 Sept. 1943.
5 8 Baldridge, Letitia (The White House). TLS to Alden; Washington, 20 Nov, 1961, 1 Feb. 1963.
5 9 Bernard Leopold, Prince of the Netherlands. Telegrams, letters, and Christmas card to Alden and Allene Hatch; 1961 - 1980. 2 letters (copies to Alden Hatch) to Buckminster Fuller 23 Oct. - 3 Dec. 1967. Reply from Fuller, 20 Nov. 1967. ALS (draft) from Allene; 12 July 1975.
5 10 Boston, Mrs. Lyon. ALS [to Alden and Allene]; New York, 15 July 1961.
5 11 Castle Daly Letters, 1959.
5 12 Cecil B. DeMille Productions. TL to Alden; Hollywood; 9 Oct. 1946.
5 13 Chanler, Bronson. TLS to Squeaky; Barrytown, NY, 2 Dec. 1966. Postcard to Allene; Barrytown, 12 Dec. 1972.
5 14 Childers, Mrs. Erskine. TLS to Alden; Wicklow, Ireland, 23 August 1957.
5 15 Chisolm, Ruth (Mrs. William G.). ALS to Alden; Guilford, Conn., 9 Nov. 1974.
5 16 Christmas cards from various people, from scrapbook.
5 17 DeChadenedes, Lucy. ALS to "Squeaky;" Valencia, CA., 12 Nov. 1972.
5 18 Dodge, Marcy (M. Hartley). TLS to Alden; Morristown, NJ, 3 April 1959.
5 19 Fuller, Anne, and R. Buckminster. 22 cards and letters to Alden and Allene from Anne; [v.p.] 28 Nov. 1960-25 April 1976, [n.d.]. Letter to Alden from Buckminster; Carbondale, IL., 20 Nov. 1967. Letter from Alden to B. Fuller, 29 Nov. 1971.
5 20 Gaty, Jean. ALS to Squeakie and Alden [1966].
5 21 Glay, George A. 7 TL to Alden and Allene; New York, etc., 20 Dec. 1973 - 11 August 1976. Includes copies of Alden's replies.
5 22 Golden, Jane. Postcard to Alden; New York, 9 Feb. 1970.
5 23 Gotlieb, Howard B. (Boston University Libraries). TLS to Alden; Boston, 2 Feb. 1965.
5 24 Gray, David. 8 typed notes to Alden and Allene; Sarasota, etc., 2 June 1957 - 28 Jan. 1962.
5 25 Gruening, Ernest. TLS to Alden Hatch; Juneau, 11 June 1956.
5 26 Gustafson, Carolyn. ALS to Alden; Charlottesville, VA., 16 Dec. 1959.
5 27 Hageman, Gustav. ALS to Alden; New York, 30 Jan. 1940.
5 28 Hagerty, James C. 2 TLS to Alden; Albany, Washington, 12 April 1947, 5 Dec. 1955.
5 29 Harben, Robert. TLS to Alden; London, 21 August 1963.
5 30 Hatch, Alden, 1954-1973 [n.d.]. :AL (draft) to Ann [Brown Hatch?] TL (copy) to "Dean" Bailey [Kenyon College]; 8 Sept. 1954. Re: Denison Hatch. TL (copy) to Alfred E. Bissell and subsequent correspondence re: proposed bioraphy of Henry F. DuPont, 19 July 1973 - 25 July 1973. TL (copy) to Mr Brayer, 7 June 1952. Re: proposed biography of Moreton Frewen. TL (copy) to J. M. Cook re: proposed history of Northwest Airlines. Correspondence with Dwight David Eisehnower, 5 Nov. 1947 - 12 June 1964. Letters to Bill and Eve Holmes; 29 May 1961, 1 Oct., 1971, [n.d.] and notes from Bill to Alden, Feb. 1967 TL (copy) to Herb N[i.e. M]ichelman, Crown Publishing, 31 Oct. 1973. AL (draft) to Prince Philip re: proposed biography. ALL (drafts) to Murray Pollinger, and 4 TLS from Pollinger to Hatch, 22 July 1965 - 11 April 1967. TL (copy) to Sen. Robert A, Taft; 3 June 1952. TL (copy) to James Taylor-Whitehead; 30 July 1973.
5 31 Hatch, Alden - Business correspondence, 1963
5 32 Hatch, Alden - Correspondence regarding his death and estate, 1975.
5 33 Hatch, Allene. ALS to Alden; New York, 24 March 1961. AL (draft) and TL (copy) to Franklin Watts; 3 Jan. 1962, outlining proposal for an Encycolpedia of America, and reply from Watt, 13 Feb. 1963. ALS (draft) to Koppie; 27 Sept. 1977. ALS (copy) to Mr. Mucci, 19 Aug. 1980, with copy of survey of Clermont property. TLS (copy) to Mr. Remer; 22 Aug. 1980.
5 34 Hatch, Dennison and Peggy. 15 letters and one Christmas card to Alden and Allene; New York, etc., 21 Dec. 1959- 22 Nov. 1971, [n.d.]
5 35 Hatch Family letters [n.d.] 1947,1949.
5 36 Hawthorne Books. TLS; New York, 12 Nov. 1963, 13 August, 1964.
5 37 Heckelmann, Charles N. (Hawthorne Books). 5 TLLS to Alden and Allene; New York, 17 April 1973 - 11 March 1975, and TL (copy) from Hatch, 24 April 1973.
5 38 [Helck?] Peter. TLS to Alden; [n.p.] 25 August 1948.
5 39 Holt, Rinehart, and Winston. TLL to Alden, 11 Jan. 1968 - 7 Oct. 1969, and copy of letter from Alden, 20 Feb. 1970.
5 40 Horn, Edgar G. (Turf and Sport Digest). TLS to Algernon Daingerfield Baltimore, 28 July 1939, re: contributions from Alden hatch.
5 41 Hutheesing, Krishna Nehru. ALS to Squeaky and Alden; Kennebunk, ME, 25 April 1965.
5 42 Jane [typist]. 2 TLL; 22 June - 5 July 1974.
5 43 Johnson, Margot (Margot Johnson Agency) Correspondence, 1954-1957 [bulk, 1965 - 1969].
5 44 Johnson, Margot (Margot Johnson Agency). Correspondence, 1970-1974.
5 45 Johnson, William M. II (K.S. Giniger Co., publishers). TLS; New York, 5 Oct. 1967.
5 46 Julian Messner. TL; 15 June 1965.
5 47 [Kantor, McKinley]. TL(copy) to "Dear Everybody," Hawaii, 17 April 1966.
5 48 Karsh, Yousef. TLS to Squeaky; Ottawa, 22 April 1959, with photograph of Karsh taken byAGH
5 49 Keys, Frances Parkinson. TL (copy) to Mrs. Tom Connally; Washington, 25 Oct. 1964.Re: Proposed Hatch book on the Lyndon Johnsons.
5 50 Land, Robert H. (Library of Congress).TLS; Washington, 26 Nov. 1974.
5 51 Lawrence, David and Eleanor. Letters; Sarasota and Washington, 1969, [n.d.]
5 52 Leiner, Henry R. (Curtis Circulation Company). TLS; Philadelphia, 16 June 1971.
5 53 Mayhew, Alice (Random House). TLS; New York, 23 Nov. 1960.
5 54 McLeod, Pappy (Mrs. Scott). ALS to Squeaky, 10 Jan. 1959.
5 55 Montague, Nancy: 2 TLS; New Milford, CT., 13 Jan. 1941. TL (copy) from AH; 13 Jan. 1941.
5 56 Monti, Laura (University of Florida Libraries). 2 TLS; Gainesville, 5 May 1966 - 19 June 1970.
5 57 Moore, Sir Thomas. ALS to Allene; [London; n.d.]
5 58 Mounds, Elsie. ALS; Madrid [nd.]
5 59 Myers, Jenner R. (Mrs. Halsted H.). TLS to Alden Hatch; Old Lyme, Ct.; 14 Feb. 1968.
5 60 Nevins, Ann (Mrs. Arthur). 4 letters to Alden and Allene; [v.p.] 1953 -1963 [n.d.]
5 61 [O'Clery] Helen. Letters and card to AGH; Dublin, 1972 [n.d.]
5 62 Ogtrop[?] Van. 2 ALLS and card to Alden and Allene; Holland, ca. 1961.
5 63 O'Neill, James C. (N.C.W.C. News service). 4 letters; Rome, 21 Jan. 1964 - 5 May 1967.
5 64 Paris, Henry. ALS to Alden; Lexington, MS., 17 Oct. 1943.
5 65 Purdy, Ted. ALS to Alden; New York, 25 April 1959.
5 66 Reedy, George (White House). TL (copy) to Fred Kerner (Hawthorne Books) re: Alden's illness and Johnson book; Washington 10 Feb. 1965.
5 67 Roell, C. E. B. (Secretary to Queen Juliana). TLS to Allene; 19 Sept. 1961.
5 68 Romney, Marie. 2 ALS to Alden and Allene; Gayton, 3 Jan 1973 and 26 July [n.y.]
5 69 Roosevelt, Eleanor. TLS to Alden; New York, 3 Nov. 1960.
5 70 Roosevelt, Mrs. Franklin (Eleanor). ANS to [Alden or Allene?] 19 Feb. 1959, accompanying postcard from Mary Margaret McBride, 18 Feb. 1959.
5 71 Rubinstein, Helena. TLS to Alden; 13 Nov. 1956.
5 72 Rudd, Mrs. A. B. AN to Squeakie and Alden; 20 March 1963. With "Prayer offered at Mr. Rudd's Service."
5 73 Schryver, Elliott W.: TLS to Madame Pandit and Alden Hatch; New York, 17 July 1959, re: proposed Autobiography of Madame Pandit. TLS to Alden; New York, 12 Oct. 1970, re proposed James K. Whitney biography. TLS to Alden Hatch; New York, 12 Oct. 1970, re: manuscript of "The Hatches."
5 74 Stanton, Frank. TLS to Alden; New York, 17 Dec. 1964.
5 75 Symington, Stuart. TLS to Alden; Washington, 4 March 1955.
5 76 Troyer, Nancy. TLS to Alden Hatch; Sarasota, 19 Feb. 1973.
5 77 Vanden Heuvel, Jerry and William. TLS to Alden; New York and Washington, 14 Feb. 1961 - 25 July 1969, re: proposed biographies of the Thai royal family and of Mrs. Nixon.
5 78 Who's Who in America. TL to Alden Hatch; Chicago, 17 Sept. 1942.
5 79 Willkie, Wendell II. ALS to Alden; 30 April 1974 and Christmas cards with family photographs.
5 80 Unidentified correspondents, 1958 - 1973 [n.d.].

Notebooks

Forty-eight spiral stenographer's notebooks containing rough notes from interviews. Because of their format and because one notebook sometimes contains more than one subject, they are grouped together, rather than with the papers of individual books. Box 6 is generally for Alden's books; while box 7 is mostly Allene's. Additional interview notes and transcripts are with the individual titles. The original tapes often also available. Notebooks 25-48 are primarily Allene's interviews with Marjorie Merriweather Post.


Box Folder
6 1-4 Notebooks: Byrds notebooks (no. 4 also includes a Lodge/Bickford interview.)
6 5-6 Notebooks: Buckminster Fuller
6 7 Notebooks: "Rheims 1909," and other Glenn H. Curtiss notes.
6 8 Notebooks: Prince Bernhard
6 9-10 Notebooks: Mountbattens
6 11 Notebooks: Lodges (Chandler Bigelow and R. R. Patch interviews)
6 12 Notebooks: Lodges notebook
6 14 Notebooks: John Lodge
6 15 Notebooks: Lodges - Raymond Watt (Includes also Norman Cousins on Buckminster Fuller)
6 16 Notebooks: Lodges (General Ford interview)
6 17 Notebooks: Lodges (General Watt interview)
6 18 Notebooks: George and Henry Lodge
6 19 Notebooks: Mrs. Cabot Lodge
6 20 Notebooks: Lodges (Alice Longworth interview)
6 21 Notebooks: Lodges - (Joseph Sisco Interview. Also includes "Menopause" notes)
6 22 Notebooks: Lodges (Chandler Bigelow interview. Also includes Allene's notes on Fanny Wright.)
6 23 Notebooks: Lodges - (Albert Coote interview)
6 24 Notebooks: Lodges
7 25 Notebooks: M.M.P. and Lodges (Includes Blake Johnson/Lodge inteview)
7 26 Notebooks: Notes and Mrs. George Garrett interview
7 27 Notebooks: Lady Lewis interview.
7 28 Notebooks: Stanley Rumbough interview, etc.
7 29 Notebooks: M. M. P.
7 30 Notebooks: Notes. Includes Col. Obelensky interview.
7 31 Notebooks: M.M.P.
7 32 Notebooks: Notes.
7 33 Notebooks: Lydia Redmond interview.
7 34 Notebooks: Notes.
7 35 Notebooks: Caribbean navigation material.
7 36 Notebooks: Count Adlerberg interview.
7 37 Notebooks: Interview notes.
7 38 Notebooks: M.M.P. / Roland Redmond interview on museums.
7 39-41 Notebooks: M. M. P. notes.
7 42 Notebooks: Interview with Alden re Hollywood in '30's; also Eisenhower notes.
7 43 Notebooks: AAEH convention, Oct. 18, 1975
7 44 Notebooks: Allene Hatch's Sketch book, includes "Madame Nhu at the Overseas Press Club."
7 45 Notebooks: Menopause ms.
7 46 Notebooks: Gerry Wadsworth notes.
7 47 Notebooks: Alden's Krishna notes.
7 48 Notebooks: Mrs. Woodrow Wilson notes[?]. revised June 6, 2003

Short Writings

Box Folder
8 1 "All Aces," typed ms., 5 ll., with letter from Ann Watkins, Jan. 12, 1943
8 2 "And If Forever," typed ms., 6ll
8 3 "Arms across the Sea" by Nancy Montague with Alden Hatch, 10 ll, with letter from the Toronto Star Weekly, Feb. 21, 1941
8 4 "Awe[!]ful Fate of Chinatown,": typed ms., 4 ll.
8 5 "Bad Men," typed ms., 25 ll.
8 6 "By Experts," typed ms., 6 ll.
8 7 "A Collector of Beauty," typed ms., 18 ll.
8 8 "Come a Little Rain," typed ms., 18 ll.
8 9 "Even in Hollywood," typed ms., 7 ll.
8 10 "Fighting Fire under Fire," by Nancy Montague, edited by Alden Hatch, typed ms., 10 ll.
8 11 "First Flight, "typed ms., 23 ll. "Franklin Delano Roosevelt." See Box 9, folder 15.
8 12 "Freeze Out," typed ms., 21 ll.
8 13 "Freeze - Out," typed ms., 22 ll. Variant text.
8 14 "Gazda the Mazda," typed ms., 23 ll.
8 15 "General in the Chateau," typed ms., 20 ll. with letter of rejection from the Atlantic Monthly, to Ruth Aley, April 1, 1941.
8 16 "Hallicon House," a comedy by Alden Hatch, typed ms.
8 17 "Ides of April," typed ms, 7 ll.
8 18 "Idyl of the Air,"typed ms., 5 ll.
8 19 "If Stuart Charged," draft 1, dated April 25, 1936, 23 ll.
8 20 "If Stuart Charged," draft 1, dated April 25, 1936, 23 ll. with pencil revisions.
8 21 "If Stuart Charged," typed draft 2, incorporating revisions, 22 ll. "Joan," typed ms. 21 ll.
8 22 "Lighter than Air," typed ms., 47 ll.
8 23 "Lighter than Air," typed ms., carbon with penciled corrections, 47 ll.
8 24 "The Lively Diehard" [Robert A. Taft] a., typed ms. and typed fragment.
8 25 "Memo to the Boss," typed ms., 7 ll.
8 26 "Milk for the General," [not published], typed ms., 13 ll.
8 27 "The Morale Officer and the Menace," by Alden Hatch and "Fear is Where You Seek It," by Nancy Montague, with letter (carbon) from R[uth] A[ley] to Hatch, May 27, 1942
8 28 "Morning Bolero," typed ms. 6 ll.
8 29 "No Knight - Errantry!" type ms., 11 ll.
8 30 "Old Miser," typed ms., 20 ll.
8 31 "Oversize Kites," typed ms., 15 ll.
8 32 "Portrait of a Horse," typed ms., 27 ll., and carbon of variant pages, ll. 7 - 9.
9 1 "Ranchers' Gold," typed ms., 17 ll.
9 2 "Ships of the Air," outline and correspondence, 1946-1947
9 3 "Ships, Planes, and Toy Balloons," typed ms., 15 ll. Published in Saturday Evening Post, 1947?
9 4 "Solders are Safer," typed ms., 10 ll., with rejection letter from Coronet to Ruth Aley, August 14, 1941.
9 5 "Suggestions for a Book about the Kennedy Women"
9 6 "Up the Spout," typed ms.,17 ll.
9 7 "Up the Spout," variant text, typed ms., 15 ll.
9 8 "What's the Good of a Vice-Roy," typed ms.,13 ll.
9 9 Various magazine articles on Dewey, Eisenhower, Truman, etc.

Novels and Manuscripts

Box Folder
9 10 "A Boy Can Do," typed ms., 88 ll. Published as Bridle-Wise (1941). "Cutting In." Cf. Glass Walls.
9 11 Gaming Lady (1931), typed carbon ms., 198 ll.
9 12 Glass Wall., published title (1933); manuscript title, "Cutting In."
9 12a Cutting In," typed ms. of chapter 1, l0 ll, with variant leaf 4.
9 12b "Cutting In," typed ms. ll. 11-81 in folder.
9 12c Ts., continuation of "Cutting In," ll. 82 - 244
9 12d. Variant pages ll. 196 - 201, 204, 232.
9 12e Inserts 1 - 4,.a. ms.
9 12f. "Glass Walls," typed ms., chapter 1, 10 ll.
9 13 Unidentified fragmentary sea tale, chapter 7 - ;. ll. 24-198. Typed carbon ms.
9 14 Unidentified ms. on U.S. history, typed ms. 120 ll.
9 15 "Franklin Delano Roosevelt." A.ms., 84 ll., with note to "Ruth" [ca. 1968?] According to note, this is a "special profile." It does not appear to be part of the published biography of the same title.

Biographies and Histories

Box Folder
10 1 Ambassador Extraordinary - Clare Booth Luce: Correspondence and Documents, 1954 - 1973. Includes personal, as well as correspondence about the Luce biography. Most of the 1972-73 correspondence concerns Luce's cooperation with Hatch on his Buckminster Fuller book.
10 1 Hatch, Alden; TL (copy) to Mrs. Farmer. 1954 Sep 15
10 1 Maine. Luce, Clare Booth. ALS to Alden Hatch. 1955 Jun 25
10 1 [Rome]. Dorothy [an assistant to CBL]; TLS to AH. 1955 Aug 1
10 1 Luce, Clare Booth; telegram to Alden Hatch. 1955 Dec 16
10 1 Fairfield, CT. Davis, C.K.; TLS to Alden Hatch. 1956 Jan 10
10 1 Hatch, Alden; TL (copy) to Clare [Booth Luce]. 1972 Jan 20
10 1 Honolulu. Luce, Clare Booth; TLS to Alden. 1972 Jun 23
10 1 Hatch, Alden; TL (copy) to Clare [Booth Luce] 1972 Jun 16
10 1 Hatch, Alden; TL (copy) to Clare [Booth Luce] with "Questions about Bucky Fuller." 1972 Dec 6
10 1 [December; Honolulu]. Luce, Clare Booth]; signed Christmas card. 1972 Dec
10 1 Honolulu. Pearce, Ann (Secretary to Mrs. Luce). TLS to AH. 1973 Jan 11
10 1 Honolulu. Luce, Clare Booth; TLS to AH. 1973 Mar 20
10 1 Hatch Alden. AL (draft) to Clare Booth Luce. [n.d.], [n.p.].
10 2 Copies of memoranda of agreement and copyright registration for Ambassador Extraordinary, 1954-1956
10 3 Note from Clare Booth Luce (1956) and clippings relating to her resignation as ambassador to Brazil, 1959.
10 4 Buckminster Fuller at Home in the Universe - Manuscripts: Foreword, Ch. 1-2, "A Raging Optimist," and "Beloved Island," a.ms., 1-88
10 5 Buckminster Fuller - Manuscripts: Ch. 3, "Not So Fair Harvard," a.ms., 89-144
10 6 Buckminster Fuller - Manuscripts: Ch. 4, "Love and War," a.ms. 145-207
10 7 Buckminster Fuller - Manuscripts: Ch. 5, "The Happiest Years," a.ms., 208-249
10 8 Buckminster Fuller - Manuscripts: Ch. 6, "Alexandra," a.ms., 250-312
10 9 Buckminster Fuller - Manuscripts: Ch. 7, "Stockade," a.ms., 313-347
10 10 Buckminster Fuller - Manuscripts: Ch. 8, "Dialectic by Lake Michigan," a.ms., 348-404
10 11 Buckminster Fuller - Manuscripts: Ch. 9, ["The House on a Pole"] a.ms., 405-453
10 12 Buckminster Fuller - Manuscripts: Ch. 10, "Romany Marie and Communism," a.ms., 454-496
10 13 Buckminster Fuller - Manuscripts: Ch. 11, "The Dymaxion Car," a.ms., 497-553
10 14 Buckminster Fuller - Manuscripts: Ch. 12, "Nine Chains," a.ms., 554-594
10 15 Buckminster Fuller - Manuscripts: Ch. 13, "No Chains," a.ms., 595-686
10 16 Buckminster Fuller - Manuscripts: Ch. 14, "Bucky Turns His Back," a.ms., 687-750
10 17 Buckminster Fuller - Manuscripts: Ch. 15, "Geodesic Intuition," 751-817
10 18 Buckminster Fuller - Manuscripts: Ch. 16, "The Apotheosis of the Dome", a.ms., 818-878
10 19 Buckminster Fuller - Manuscripts: Ch. 17, "Accelerated Toing and Froing," 879-950
10 20 Buckminster Fuller - Manuscripts: Ch. 18, "Grand Strategy," a.ms., 951-1010
10 21 Buckminster Fuller - Manuscripts: Ch. 19, "Anne's Taj Mahal," a.ms., [1010a]-1028
10 22 Buckminster Fuller - Manuscripts: Ch. 20, "World Game," a.ms., 1029-1081
10 23 Buckminster Fuller - Manuscripts: Ch. 21, "The Cresting Wave," a.ms., 1082-1149
11 1 Buckminster Fuller: "The Wild and Wonderful Life of Buckminster Fuller," Pt. I, 1st carbon.
11 2 Buckminster Fuller: "The Wild and Wonderful Life of Buckminster Fuller," Pt. II, lst carbon.
11 3 Buckminster Fuller: Biographical material (Includes reprints, magazine articles, biographical resume, photographs, etc.)
11 4 Buckminster Fuller: Correspondence
11 4 Borland, Leslie Fuller (Larned). TLS to AH; 10 Sept 1974.
11 4 Brand, Millen (Crown Publishers.): 10 TLLS to AH; 10 August 1973 - 1973 Oct. 3 - 14 May 1974, with one photo of Fuller.
11 4 Brand, Millen (Crown Publishers.): 1 AL (draft) from AH, with enclosure, to Millen Brand.
11 4 Cousins, Norman: 1 telegram and 1 TLS (copy) to AH; 25 April and 30 August 1973.
11 4 Cousins, Norman: TLS (copy) from AH to Cousins; 13 June 1973.
11 4 Delafield, Edward C., Jr. AL (draft) from Hatch [1972?]
11 4 Fowler, Gene. TLS to Alden Hatch; 17 July 1977.
11 4 Fuller, Buckminster: 3 TLL (copies) to Buckminster Fuller; 12 Jan. - 21 Sept. 1972.
11 4 Fuller, Buckminster: Copy of telegram "to Alden" sent to Allene Hatch upon Alden's death; [Jan. 1975]
11 4 Helen: TL (copy) to "Helen"; 19 March 1973.
11 4 Hewlett, Roger S. TLS to AH; 27 May 1974.
11 4 Kaiser, Mrs. Walter. TL (copy) to Mrs. Walter Kaiser; 6 July 1972.
11 4 McCormick, Kenneth D. (Doubleday): TL (copy) from AH; 12 Jan. 1972.
11 4 McCormick, Kenneth D. (Doubleday): TLS to AH; 25 Jan 1972.
11 4 Michelman, Michael. (Crown Publishers). 2 TLLS to Alden Hatch; 26 Dec. 1973 - 11 Dec. 1974.
11 4 Olds, Glenn A. (Kent State University): TL (copy) from AH; 21 Sept. 1972.
11 4 Olds, Glenn A. (Kent State University): 2 TLLS to AH; 2 Oct. 1972 - 7 March 1973.
11 4 Pollinger, Lawrence. TLS to AH; 7 Nov. 1973.
11 4 Schryver, Ed. TL (draft) from AH; 26 Nov. 1971.
11 4 Snyder, Jaime. TL to AH; 12 June 1974.
11 4 Stearns, James B. ALS "Jimmie," to "Alden and Squeak" re: BF scrapbook; 6 June 1972.
11 4 Swansen, Shirley (for Buckminster Fuller): TLS to Alden Hatch; 11 Dec. 1972.
11 4 Swansen, Shirley (for Buckminster Fuller): AL (draft) and TL (copy) to Shirley Swanson 18 Oct. 1973.
11 4 Wiesner, Jerome (MIT): TL (copy) from AH; 6 July 1972.
11 4 Wiesner, Jerome (MIT): TL (from Jarmila Hrbek. Secretary to Dr. Wiesner); 11 July 1972.
11 5 Buckminster Fuller: Documents and notes.
11 6 Buckminster Fuller: Reviews.
11 7-8 Buckminster Fuller: Tape Transcripts - Transcripts of interviews with Buckminster and Anne Fuller and with others, notes, secondary material.
12 1 The Byrds of Virginia (See also old series, Box 2/1-2): Chapter 1, mss., 1-26 ll. (Not included in published work.)
12 2 Byrds of Virginia: "To Virginia," identified as chapter 2, but published as chapter 1, book 1, ll. 27 - 68.
12 3 Byrds of Virginia: "The Black Swan of Virginia: 'The Education of a Virginian Aristocrat,'" part 2, chapter 1, a. ms. ll. 186-235.
12 4 Byrds of Virginia: Ts., pt.IV, "The Admiral."
12 5 Byrds of Virginia: Proof copy.
12 6 Byrds of Virginia: Uncorrected proofs.
12 7 Byrds of Virginia: Bibliographical notes.
12 8 Byrds of Virginia: Dust jacket, Hatch biography, photographs.
13 1 Byrds of Virginia: Ts., chp. 1-10, 126 ll. [From envelope labelled "Tory Family"]
13 2 Byrds of Virginia: Revised mss. 126 ll.
13 3 Byrds of Virginia: Correspondence:
13 3 1967, Feb. 17 - April 4; Berryville, VA. Byrd, B. Beverley; letters to AH.
13 3 1967, Feb. 25 ; Sarasota, FL. Hatch, Alden; ALS to Harry F. Byrd [damaged].
13 3 1967, March 7. Mayerson, Charlotte L.; TLS.
13 3 1967, March 20. Jones, Audrey A. (Secretary to Senator Byrd); TLS.
13 3 1967, March 23; Sarasota, FL. ALS to Beverley Byrd.
13 3 1967, May 17. Menefee, M. J. (Office of Senator Byrd); ALS.
13 3 1968, Jan. 6. TLS (copy) to Dietz Press.
13 3 1968, April 8; Berryville. Byrd, Helen; ALS.
13 3 1968, Oct. 25. Reszenski, Jean Anne; TLS.
13 3 1968, Nov. 18. Mayerson, Charlotte L.; TLS.
13 3 1969, Jan. 3. Grant, Leonard J. (National Geographic Society); TLS.
13 3 1969, Jan. 18; Lynchburg, VA. Jeffries, Chester Woodfin; ALS.
13 3 1969, Jan. 21. Wright, Louis B; TLS.
13 3 1969, March 3. Sims, Charlotte (Holt, Rinehar and Winston); memo to Charlotte Mayerson.
13 3 1969, March 23; Boston. Wood, G. F.; TLS to Alden Hatch with enclosures re: Admiral Richard Byrd.
13 3 1969, April 28; [London]. Kantor, Mackinley; ALS "Mack".
13 3 1969, May 1; London. Pollinger, Murray; TLS.
13 3 1969, June 7; Germantown, NY. ALS to [Arthur] Krock.
13 3 1969, August 16; Berryville, VA. Byrd, Helen (Mrs. Richard E.); ALS.
13 3 1969, Oct. 22. Mayerson, Charlotte L.; TLS.
13 3 1969, Nov. 12; Boston, MA. Byrd, Richard E., Jr.; TLS.
13 3 1969, Nov. 14; Berryville, VA. Byrd, Helen.; ALS.
13 3 1969, Nov. 17. Hatch, Alden; TL (copy) to Maurice Duke (Virginia Commonwealth University).
13 3 1970, Jan. 6. Petroff, Martin (Holt, Rinehart and Winston); TLS, enclosing letter from William Byrd, Princeton, NJ, 28 Dec. 1969.
13 3 1970, Jan. 20 - March 6; Richmond, VA. Duke, Maurice; TLS.
13 3 1971, May 20. Reese, Marguerite (Holt, Rinehart, and Winston). TL (copy) to Curtis Books.
13 3 1972, Jan. 7. Levine, Sheila J.; TL (copy) to Marguerite Reese ( Holt, Rinehart and Winston).
13 3 1972, April 18; White Bear Lake, MN. Ratigan, Helen West (Mrs. Russell); TLS.
13 3 1974, June 6. Tribe, William J. (Holt, Rinehart, and Winston); TL (copy) to AH.
13 3 1974, June 24. Sawicki, Norma Jean (Crown Publishers); ALS to George Glay. Letter of rejection of The World Turned Upside Down. (Note: "The World Turned Upside Down; a Tory Family in the American Revolution," is a juvenile historical work, apparently drawn from Hatch's research into the Byrd family. It is not known to have been published.)
13 3 1974, Sept. 6. Chenery, Janet (Doubleday); ALS to George Glay. Letter of rejection of The World Turned Upside Down.
13 4 Byrds of Virginia: Miscellaneous documents relating to Admiral Byrd and to publication of the Byrds of Virginia.
13 5 Byrds of Virginia: Reviews of and articles about the Byrds.
13 6 Circus Kings: Correspondence, 1958 - 1967: North, Henry Ringling. Telegram, 8 letters, and card to AH; Rome, etc. 15 Sept. 1958 - 1 Sept. 1967. Mather, John C. TLS to AH. 13 Sept. 1967. Hatch, Alden. Typed letters (copy) to Elliott Schyver (Doubleday) [n.d.]. "Draft of Release for T.M.P."
13 7 Circus Kings: Correspondence about publication, clippings, and reviews
13 8 Crown of Glory: Correspondence:
13 8 Hatch, Alden. TLS, agreement, signed by Hatch and Seamus Walsh; Jan. 10, 1955.
13 8 Giniger, K. S. (Hawthorne Books): TLS to Alden Hatch, 8 Feb., 1955. TLS to AH, 24 May 1955, with enclosure of correspondence between Giniger and Walsh.
13 8 Walsh, Seamus. ALS to AH; Rome [n.d.]
13 8 Keller, James (The Christophers). TLS to AH; March 5, 1959, with enclosure of press release re: Christopher Literary Award.
13 8 Contracts with Hawthorne Books, 1955 -1962.
13 9 Crown of Glory: Correspondence with George S. Sperti and other material removed from scrapbook.
13 10 The De Gaulle Nobody Knows: Correspondence, 1959-1960, and Agreement between Hawthorne Books and Hatch, 10 Dec. 1959.-
13 11 The De Gaulle Nobody Knows: Clippings, reviews, etc. removed from scrapbook.
13 12 Edith Bolling Wilson: First Lady Extraordinary: Clippings, correspondence removed from scrapbook
13 13 Edith Bolling Wilson: Contract between Alden Hatch and Dodd, Mead and Company for "Mrs. Woodrow Wilson," 25 Aug. 1960, and letter from publisher, 19 June 1961.
13 14 Edith Bolling Wilson: Letters from Mrs. Wilson to Hatch; Washington, 10 Feb. 1961, 5 Oct. 1961.
13 15 For the Live of Me, Lord Mayor Robert Briscoe of Dublin: Clippings, reviews from scrapbook
13 16 For the Live of Me: Correspondence:
13 16 1970, March 2. TL (copy) to "Lily," (Mrs. Robert Briscoe)
13 16 1970, March 10. Briscoe, Lillian; ALS to AH.
13 16 1970, March 23; Baltimore, [MD.]. Levin, Calman A.; TLS to AH.
13 16 1970, March 30. Hatch, Alden; TL (copy) to Calvin A. Levine
13 16 1975 Feb. 26 - March 5; Sarasota, FL. Hatch, Allene; 2 mailgrams (copies) to Mrs. Robert Briscoe.
13 16 Copyright registrations, Canada and United States, 1958.
13 17 Life of Franklin D. Roosevelt: Contract between Alden Hatch and Henry Holt and Company; 14 Feb., 1945.
13 18 Full Tilt: "Castleton memories" [Keene family by Algernon Daingerfield?]
13 19 Full Tilt: Correspondence and Documents, 1936-1942:
13 19 Hatch, A. TL (copy) to Foxhall Keene; 17 Sept. 1936.
13 19 Keene, Foxhall. Telegram to AH; Ayer Cliff, Quebec, 21 Sept. 1936.
13 19 Keene, Foxhall. TLS to AH; Sherbrooke, Que., 21 Sept. 1936.
13 19 Keene, Foxhall. TLS to AH; [New York] 4 Oct. 1936.
13 19 Memorandum of agreement between Foxhall Keen and Alden Hatch, 18 Dec. 1936.
13 19 Memorandum of agreement between AH and Derrydale Press, 1937.
13 19 Jacques Chambrun, Inc. TLS to AH; New York, 3 Nov. 1942, enclosing copyright document, 23 Oct. 1942.
13 20 General Ike; A Biography of Dwight D. Eisenhower: A.Ms., 101 ll. [Account of writing the book and of experience with the Eisenhowers]
13 21 General Ike: Typed ms., 331 ll., and index.
13 22 General Ike: Memoranda of Agreements, 1944-1945.
13 23 General Ike: Osborne, Maybelle Hinton. TLS to AH; West Cheshire, Conn., 6 Jan. 1953.
14 1 George Patton, General In Spurs and Heroes of Annapolis: Contract between Hatch and Julian Messner for George Patton, 9 May 1949.
14 2 Glenn H. Curtiss: Pioneer of Naval Aviation: Manuscripts, authorship uncertain: "Exhibition Flying," 8 ll.
14 3 Glenn H. Curtiss: Manuscripts, authorship uncertain: "The Great Adventure, Albany-New York Flight,""21 ll.
14 4 Glenn H. Curtiss: Manuscripts, authorship uncertain: "San Diego, 1911," 13 ll.
14 5 Glenn H. Curtiss: Manuscripts, authorship uncertain: "Training Schools," 11 l.
14 6 Glenn H. Curtiss: Manuscripts, authorship uncertain: "Troubled Waters," 103 ll, incomplete.
14 7 Glenn H. Curtiss: Manuscripts, authorship uncertain: Typed ms. re: Curtiss, 133 ll.
14 8 Glenn H. Curtiss: Correspondence:
14 8 [n.d.], [n.p.]. Hatch, Alden. AL (draft) to E. M. Campbell.
14 8 [n.d.], [n.p.]. 3 ALL (drafts) Harry [Genung].
14 8 [n.d.], [n.p.]. AL (draft) "Editor, National Geographic Magazine."
14 8 [n.d.], [n.p.]. AL (copy) to Admiral John H. Towers.
14 8 1942, March 12. TL (copy) to "Gene."
14 8 1942, March 18. TL copy to Harry Genung.
14 8 1942, March 25 - April 10. Genung, Harry C.; 3 TLS.
14 8 1942, April 3. TL (copy) to Harry [Genung]
14 8 1942, May 8; Washington, D.C. Grosvenor, Gilbert (National Geographic Society); TLS to AH.
14 8 1942, May 8. Hatch, Alden; TL (copy) to Harry Genung.
14 8 1942, May 18. Hatch, Alden; TL (copy) to Stuart Rose.
14 8 1942, June 3. Lawrence, H. E. (Curtiss-Wrignt Corporation); TLS to AH.
14 8 1942, Aug. 13. Hatch, Alden; TL (copy) to Admiral John H. Towers.
14 8 1942, Dec. 10. Genung, H. C.; TLS to AH.
14 9 Glenn H. Curtiss: AEA [Aeronautical Experimental Association] notes, ll. 5-24 and other AEA material
14 10 Glenn H. Curtiss: Agreement with Julian Messner for Curtiss book, 6 Dec. 1941.
14 11 Glenn H. Curtiss: "A Brief Chronology of Glenn H. Curtiss. between 1901 and 1913," l. 4-6
14 12 Glenn H. Curtiss: Brief Chronology of the Inventions and Accomplishements of Glenn H. Curtiss and His Associates at Hammondsport, N.Y., between 1901 and 1913" (photocopy)
14 13 Glenn H. Curtiss: Captain Baldwin notes, l. 6, 12-16, and ll. 6-8
14 14 Glenn H. Curtiss: Commemorative Dinner... of the 65th Anniversary of the Birth of Glenn Hammond Curtiss... 21 May [1943]
14 15 Glenn H. Curtiss: "The Curtiss Background" and "Charles Hamilton," 2 ll.
14 16 Glenn H. Curtiss: Curtiss family notes, 2 ll.
14 17 Glenn H. Curtiss: Curtiss notes, July, 1911
14 18 Glenn H. Curtiss: Curtiss obituary and will (copies)
14 19 Glenn H. Curtiss: "Curtiss Publicity" for book.
14 20 Glenn H. Curtiss: Curtiss Testimony before N.Y. Supreme Court in Herring Suit
14 21 Glenn H. Curtiss: "Down the Hudson in a Box-Kite," typed ms. (copy) by G. Curtiss
14 22 Glenn H. Curtiss: "Further Notes on the Rheims Contest," 8 ll.
14 23 Glenn H. Curtiss: Glenn H. Curtiss - Chronology of the Development of Aeronautical Devices by Mr. Curtiss and his Associates, 1901-1912, 39 ll.
14 24 Glenn H. Curtiss: Langley, S. P. "The Flying Machine," [McClure's, 1897?] 23 ll.
14 25 Glenn H. Curtiss: Miscellaneous typed notes, "1898-1927." Many are captioned by the years in which events took place
14 26 Glenn H. Curtiss: Modern Transportation, Curtiss Aerocar" (brochure)
14 27 Glenn H. Curtiss: Rheims - August 28, 1909. Interview given by Curtiss after Winning Gordon Bennett Cup
14 28 Glenn H. Curtiss: Transcript of Dinner Comments, Irvin S. Cobb, toastmaster
14 29 Glenn H. Curtiss: Unidentified aircraft photographs.
14 30 Glenn H. Curtiss: "Unpatened Inventions," compiled by Harry Klecker
14 31 Glenn H. Curtiss: "Wright Charges Refuted by Henry Klecker" [1914]
14 32 Glenn H. Curtiss: "Wright Suit," 5 ll.
14 33 Hap Arnold; contract between Alden Hatch and Julian Messner. 2 March 1950. Book is not known to have been written.
14 34 Hell and High Water; [not known to have been published] Agreement between Hatch and Henry B. Clarke, Dec. 1941.
14 35 Heroes of Annapolis (1943): Agreement with Julian Messner, 29 Sept. 1942.
15 1 Lodges of Massachusetts: Part 1: " The Patriarch": Autograph mss. 9 leaves and sheet regarding changes
15 2 Lodges of Massachusetts: Part 1: " The Patriarch": Ch 1, ll. 1-58.
15 3 Lodges of Massachusetts: Part 1: " The Patriarch": a. mss., ch 2 -4, ll. 59 - 267
15 4 Lodges of Massachusetts: Part 2: "The Senator from Massachusetts": Ch. 1: "More Powerful Than Presidents," ll. 1-16
15 5 Lodges of Massachusetts: Part 2: Ch. 2: "The Heart of Boston," ll. 17 - 78.
15 6 Lodges of Massachusetts: Part 2: Ch. 3: "War and Death," ll. 79-117
15 7 Lodges of Massachusetts: Part 2: Ch 4: "The Luckiest Event," ll. 118-145.
15 8 Lodges of Massachusetts: Part 2: Ch. 5: "The Education of Henry Cabot Lodge," ll. 146-161a.
15 9 Lodges of Massachusetts: Part 2: Ch. 6: "Cabot Lodge and the 'Plumed Knight,'" 162-215
15 10 Lodges of Massachusetts: Part 2: Ch. 7: "The Congressman," ll. 216-236.
15 11 Lodges of Massachusetts: Part 2: Ch. 8: "The Seat of Webster and Sumner," ll. 237-297.
15 12 Lodges of Massachusetts: Part 2: Ch. 9: "What a Wonderful World," ll. 298-377.
15 13 Lodges of Massachusetts: Part 2: Ch. 10: "The Making of a President, 1898-1901," ll. 378-405.
15 14 Lodges of Massachusetts: Part 2: Ch. 11: "Toward World Power," ll. 436-494.
15 15 Lodges of Massachusetts: Part 2: Ch. [12?, labelled 10] "The Great Days, ll. 4941-568.
15 16 Lodges of Massachusetts: Part 2: Ch. 13: "Bay - an Interlude," ll. 569 - 633.
15 17 Lodges of Massachusetts: Part 2: Ch. 14: "Bull Moose Shot," ll. 634-705.
16 1 Lodges of Massachusetts: Part 2: Ch. 15: "Lodge vs. Wilson. First Phase," ll. 706-782.
16 2 Lodges of Massachusetts: Part 2: Ch. 16: "Unconditional Surrender?" (photocopy) ll. 783-883.
16 3 Lodges of Massachusetts: Part 3?: Ch. 10: "Diplomat at Large," ll. 2459-2593
16 4 Lodges of Massachusetts: Part 3?: Ch. 11: "Spanish Fiesta," ll. 2594-2593
16 5 Lodges of Massachusetts: Part 3?: Ch. 12, or 13? "Ambassador to Viet Nam," ll. 2657-2736
16 6 Lodges of Massachusetts: Part 3?: Prologue, 6 ll, Ch 13: "Above and Beyond," ll. 2737-2818.
16 7 Lodges of Massachusetts: Part 3?: Ch. 14: "Futility in Paris," 2819-2851. Ts., "The Lodges of Massachusetts: The Patriarch
16 8 Lodges of Massachusetts: [Pt 1.]: "The Patriarch," ch. 1, 9ll., and [Pt.2] "The Senator from Massachusetts," chapters, 2-22, ll. 10-197. "This entire section rewritten. 59 pp. omitted. [This ms. may be the copy for chapter 1-13 of the published version.]
16 9 Lodges of Massachusetts: Ms. 2A "The Lodges of Massachusetts," 83 ll.
16 10 Lodges of Massachusetts: Ms. 2B "The Lodges of Massachusetts," 83 ll with many revisions.
16 11 Lodges of Massachusetts: Ms. 3 "The Lodges of Massachusetts," ll. 52 -172, fragmentary (Version on which 1 is based?).
16 12 Lodges of Massachusetts: Ms. 4: Chapter 1: "Man of Enterprise," 24 ll.
16 13 Lodges of Massachusetts: Chapter 2: "Duty Versus Indolence," 49-68.
16 14 Lodges of Massachusetts: Ms. 6: Prologue, 2 ll., and "The Patriarch," ll. 3-68. "Revised version."
17 1 Lodges of Massachusetts: "The Senator from Massachusetts": Mss. A: 349 l. Final typed version(?)
17 2 Lodges of Massachusetts: "The Senator from Massachusetts": Mss. B: Ch. 1, ll. 1-5
17 3 Lodges of Massachusetts: "The Senator from Massachusetts": Mss. B: Ch. 2 -8, ll. 6 - 95
17 4 Lodges of Massachusetts: "The Senator from Massachusetts": Mss. B: Ch. 9, ll. 96 - 118
17 5 Lodges of Massachusetts: "The Senator from Massachusetts": Mss. B: Ch. 10, ll. 119-138
17 6 Lodges of Massachusetts: "The Senator from Massachusetts": Mss. B: Ch. 11, ll. 139-154
17 7 Lodges of Massachusetts: "The Senator from Massachusetts": Mss. B: Ch. 12-13, ll. 155-197
17 8 Lodges of Massachusetts: "The Senator from Massachusetts": Mss. B: Ch, 14, ll. 198-218
17 9 Lodges of Massachusetts: "The Senator from Massachusetts": Mss. B: Ch. 15, 219-241
17 10 Lodges of Massachusetts: "The Senator from Massachusetts": Mss. B: Ch. 14-15, ll. 198-241; fragmentary, revised leaves
17 11 Lodges of Massachusetts: "The Senator from Massachusetts": Mss. B: Ch. 16-18, ll. 241-349.
17 12 Lodges of Massachusetts: "The Senator from Massachusetts": Mss. B: Ch. 17, ll. 270-301, fragmentary, revised leaves.
17 13 Lodges of Massachusetts: "The Senator from Massachusetts": Mss. B: Ms. C: 337 ll., fragmentary
17 14 Lodges of Massachusetts: "The Senator from Massachusetts": Mss. B: Ms. D: Ch 14 -, ll. 194-339.
17 15 Lodges of Massachusetts: "The Senator from Massachusetts": Mss. B: Fragmentary, ll. 232,232A, 260, 341
17 16 Lodges of Massachusetts: "The Senator from Massachusetts": Mss. B: Fragmentary pages from various parts of manuscript.
17 17 Lodges of Massachusetts: "The Senator from Massachusetts": Mss. B: Ll. 140-154, with note, "revised to be put in mss."
18 1 Lodges of Massachusetts: Part 3: The Brothers: 1st carbon: Chapters 1-7, ll 1-184, also numbered chapters 21-27, ll340-497G, continuing numbering from part 2, with extensive pencilled revisions.
18 2 Lodges of Massachusetts: Part 3: The Brothers: 1st carbon chapters 8-16, ll. 185-373 (28-36, 497H-682) with extensive pencilled revisions.
18 3 Lodges of Massachusetts: Part 3: The Brothers: 2nd carbon, chapters 1-7, ll. 1-184, with minor pencilled revisions,
18 4 Lodges of Massachusetts: Part 3: The Brothers: 2nd carbon, chapters 8-16, ll. 185 - 371, with minor pencilled revisions and different ending than 1st carbon.
18 5 Lodges of Massachusetts: Part 3: The Brothers: 3rd carbon, Chapter 16, ll. 364- 371, but with different ending than 2nd carbon.
18 6 Lodges of Massachusetts: Part 3: The Brothers: "Prologue," 2 ll.
19 1 Lodges of Massachusetts: Interview transcripts: Aldrich, Richard S., Denis, June, 1970, 45 ll.
19 2 Lodges of Massachusetts: Interview transcripts: Bickford, Albert, 9 ll. and additional notes by Hatch, 2 ll.
19 3 Lodges of Massachusetts: Interview transcripts: Bigelow, Chandler, 18 ll.
19 4 Lodges of Massachusetts: Interview transcripts: Braggiotti, Rama, 12 ll.
19 5 Lodges of Massachusetts: Interview transcripts: Byrnes, John W., 8 ll.
19 6 Lodges of Massachusetts: Interview transcripts: Chanler, Bronson, July 11, 1970, 3 ll.
19 7 Lodges of Massachusetts: Interview transcripts: Eames, Hamilton, Sarasota, June, 1970, 20 ll.
19 8 Lodges of Massachusetts: Interview transcripts: Glovsky, Abraham, 8 ll.
19 9 Lodges of Massachusetts: Interview transcripts: Johnson, Blake, 17 ll.
19 10 Lodges of Massachusetts: Interview transcripts: Lamont, Corliss, New York, Nov, 5, 1969, 3 ll.
19 11 Lodges of Massachusetts: Interview transcripts: Livingston, Janet [Sarasota, Dec. 29, 1969] 9 ll.
19 12 Lodges of Massachusetts: Interview transcripts: Lodge, George Cabot, 17, 4 ll.
19 13 Lodges of Massachusetts: Interview transcripts: Lodge, Henry Cabot, Beverly, June 15, 1970, 17 ll.
19 14 Lodges of Massachusetts: Interview transcripts: Lodge, Mrs. Henry Cabot, Jr., 24 ll.
19 15 Lodges of Massachusetts: Interview transcripts: Lodge, Henry S., 21 ll.
19 16 Lodges of Massachusetts: Interview transcripts: Lodge, John Davis, 34 ll. with TLS to Hatch; Buenos Aires, March 30, 1970.
19 17 Lodges of Massachusetts: Interview transcripts: Longworth, Alice Roosevelt, 11 ll (2 copies).
19 18 Lodges of Massachusetts: Interview transcripts: McDowell, Charles. "On the Krustchev [sic] Tour, 1959," 17 ll.
19 19 Lodges of Massachusetts: Interview transcripts: Myer, Charles, Nov. 9, 1970, 4 ll.
19 20 Lodges of Massachusetts: Interview transcripts: Newell, James H., Cape Haze, March 10, 1970, 17 ll.
19 21 Lodges of Massachusetts: Interview transcripts: Patch Roy K., 4 ll.
19 22 Lodges of Massachusetts: Interview transcripts: Roosevelt, John A. "Story told by John A. Roosevelt," Clermont, Oct., 1970.
19 23 Lodges of Massachusetts: Interview transcripts: Sanchez, Thorald and John Kimball interview, Palm Beach, March 3, 1970, 8 ll.
19 24 Lodges of Massachusetts: Interview transcripts: Sears, Mason, 17 ll.
19 25 Lodges of Massachusetts: Interview transcripts: Sisco, Joseph, 15 ll.
19 26 Lodges of Massachusetts: Interview transcripts: Streel, Helena Cabot de, baroness, ll. 3-12, with 3 ALS to Hatch; Brusells, June 8 - Oct. 6, 1970.
19 27 Lodges of Massachusetts: Interview transcripts: Trohan, Walter, 24 ll.
19 28 Lodges of Massachusetts: Interview transcripts: Wadsworth, James W. "Jerry," 26 ll.
19 29 Lodges of Massachusetts: Interview transcripts: Watt, Raymond, Stratford, Conn., Dec. 17, 1969, 6 ll.
19 30 Lodges of Massachusetts: Interview transcripts: Williams, Chester, 4 ll
19 31 Lodges of Massachusetts: Interview transcripts: Chanler, Bronson, July 11, 1970, (Notes by Allene Hatch on sex in ancient Greece in back)
19 32 Lodges of Massachusetts: Interview transcripts: Coote, Albert W., May 29 [n.y.]
20 1 Lodges of Massachusetts: Age of Roosevelt quotations, ll. 9-11
20 2 Lodges of Massachusetts: Autumn in the Valley by Mrs. Winthrop Chanler quotations, 2 ll.
20 3 Lodges of Massachusetts: Diary Of Henry Cabot Lodge, 1874-75, 7 ll.
20 4 Lodges of Massachusetts: "Early Memories," by Henry Cabot Lodge, 27 ll., tape 2, 30 ll, tape 3, 17 ll.
20 5 Lodges of Massachusetts: Gentleman from Massachusetts by Carl Schriftgiesser., 55, 10, 12 ll.
20 6 Lodges of Massachusetts: Geo. Wash, l. 2-5 [ from George Washington by Henry Cabot Lodge?]
20 7 Lodges of Massachusetts: "Cabot's Voting Record in the Senate," Inside USA by John Gunther, 1 l.
20 8 Lodges of Massachusetts: Jefferson in Power, by Claude Bowers, 15 ll.
20 9 Lodges of Massachusetts: Life and Letters of George Cabot, 51, 10, 19, 27 ll.
20 10 Lodges of Massachusetts: Making of a President, 1960 by Theodore White, 3 ll.
20 11 Lodges of Massachusetts: Mandate for Change by Eisenhower, 6 ll.
20 12 Lodges of Massachusetts: Maritime History of Massachusetts, by Samuel E. Morrison,11, 1-2, 5-8, 10-11 ll.
20 13 Lodges of Massachusetts: Our Times - Quotes from Mark Sullivan, 4, 5 ll.
20 14 Lodges of Massachusetts: Revolution of American Conservatism, by David Fisher, ll. 1-7, 1a-10a
20 15 Lodges of Massachusetts: Selections from the Correspondence of Theodore Roosevelt and Henry Cabot Lodge, 1-15 [16] 14, 26 ll.
20 16 Lodges of Massachusetts: The Wadsworth of the Genesee, by Alden Hatch, 2 ll.
20 17 Lodges of Massachusetts: Washington Quadrille, by Jonathan Daniels, 2 l.
20 18 Lodges of Massachusetts: Biographical Data of John Lodge," and notes on his movie roles.
20 19 Lodges of Massachusetts: Typed ms. re: Henry Cabot Lodge Sr, 18 ll. Source unknown; copied from publication?
20 20 Lodges of Massachusetts: Notes (steno pad) re: Alice Longworth, etc.
20 21 Lodges of Massachusetts: Typed note about Ronald Lindsay quote on Henry Cabot Lodge, Jr.
20 22 Lodges of Massachusetts: Typed note on Acheson.
20 23 Lodges of Massachusetts: Speeches and articles by H. C. Lodge, Jr., 1940-1960. These may have been sent Hatch by Lodge. Cf. Correspondence.
20 24 Lodges of Massachusetts: Magazine articles about Henry Cabot Lodge, ca. 1960.
20 25 Lodges of Massachusetts: Lodge, George C. Copies of articles
20 26 Lodges of Massachusetts: Correspondence, 1969:
20 26 7 Jan. [Sarasota]. TL (copy) to Elizabeth Davis (Chidsey Memorial Library)
20 26 19 Sept. - [Sarasota?]. TL (copy) to [John Davis Lodge]
20 26 26 Sept. - 6 Oct.; Paris. Lodge, Henry Cabot. TLS.
20 26 30 Sept.- 28 Nov.; Buenos Aires. Lodge, JohnDavis, 1903-1985.
20 26 Nov. [Sarasota?].Typed Letters (copies) to Meade Alcorn, [John Davis Lodge] Albert W. Coote, Peter B. Sullivan, and General Raymond Watt.
20 26 18 Nov. Hartford. Alcorn, Meade.
20 27 Lodges of Massachusetts: Correspondence, 1970:
20 27 7 Jan [Sarasota?]. TL (copy) to [John Davis Lodge]
20 27 17 Jan. [Sarasota?]. TLLS to Thorvald Sanchez and John M. Newell, Jr. Accompanied by copy of eulogy by Henry Cabot Lodge, Jr. of James M. Newell.
20 27 19 Jan.; Beverly. MA. Lodge, Henry Cabot; TLS.
20 27 15 Feb.; New York. Kyriakis, Robin (Holt, Rinehart and Winston); TLS.
20 27 20 Feb. [Sarasota]. TL (copy) to John Dodds (G. P. Putnam's Sons]
20 27 7 April [Sarasota]. TLS, to Henry Cabot and [John Davis] Lodge.
20 27 13 April; Beverly, MA. Lodge, Henry Cabot; TLS.
20 27 17 April - June 9 - Buenos Aires. Lodge, John Davis; 4 TLLS.
20 27 21 April [Sarasota]. TL (copy) to Walter H. Judd.
20 27 23 April; Washington, D.C. Davis, Glenn R. (M.C., Wisconsin); TLS.
20 27 27 April; Washington, D.C. Byrnes, John W.; TLS.
20 27 28 April; Washington, D.C. Sisco, Joseph J.; TLS.
20 27 29 April; Lexington, KY. Morton, Thruston B.; TLS.
20 27 30 May [Sarasota?]. TL (copy) to [Richard] Aldrich.
20 27 3 June; Dennis, MA. Aldrich, Richard; ALS
20 27 26 June - 28 Dec.; Beverly, MA. Lodge, Henry Cabot; TLS.
20 27 [14] Oct.; [Sarasota?]. TL (copy) to Charles Meyer, Dept. of State.
20 28 Lodges of Massachusetts: Correspondence, 1971:
20 28 8 Jan.- Oyster Bay, Long Island. Derby, Ethel (Mrs. Richard); ALS.
20 28 3 March; Beverly, MA. Lodge, Henry Cabot; TLS, accompanied by Memorandum of suggested corrections for Hatch's book.
20 28 15 April; Washngton, D.C. Devers, Jacob; ALS
20 28 11 June - August 9; Nantucket, R.I. Coote. Albert W. 2 TLLS. With enclosures.
20 28 3 July; Hartford,[CT.]. Siering, Bill (Governor's Office). TLS to Albert W. Coote, with notes by Coote to AH. (Contains enclosure)
20 28 31 August - 30 Dec. - Buenos Aires. Lodge, John Davis. 2TLS with enclosure of 21June 1971 letter to the Hartford Courant and other enclosures.
20 28 20 Sept.; [n.p.]. Schryver, Elliott W. (David McKay Co.); TLS.
20 28 3 - 24 Nov.; Germantown, NY, and Cambridge, [MA]. TL copy to Costello Bishop (Harvard University Press) and reply.
20 29 Lodges of Massachusetts: Correspondence, 1972:
20 29 Jan. [Sarasota]: TL (copy) to Henry Cabot Lodge. TL (copy) to John Davis Lodge, re: Christmas card (enclosed).
20 29 20 Jan - 22 May; Beverly, MA. Lodge, Henry Cabot. 4 TLS.
20 29 18 July - 6 Oct.; [n.p.].: Hecklemann, Charles N. (Hawthorne Books); 3 TLS. TLL (copies) to "Rights Editor" of five publishing houses.
20 29 8 Dec.; Geneseo, NY. Wadsworth, James J.; TL (copy) to Hawthorne Books.
20 30 Lodges of Massachusetts: Correspondence, 1973-1975:
20 30 2 Jan. - 19 July; [n.p.]. Heckelmann, Charles.5 TLS.
20 30 8 Jan.; [n.p.]. Swinton, Stanley M. (Associated Press); TLS (copy) to Hawthorn Books.
20 30 March 21 - March 26; [n.p.]. Lodge, Henry Cabot; TLS and telegram.
20 30 March 17 - June 1973; Buenos Aires. Lodge, John Davis; Two TLS.
20 30 10 Jan. 1975; Washington, D.C. Stilley, Van A. (National Geneological Society).
20 31 Lodges of Massachusetts: Lodge Memorabilia. Includes program of the 57th anniversay dinner of the Alfalfa Club, 1970, and photographs of the Braggiotti family.
20 32 Man Named John: Contract between Hawthorne Books and Alden Hatch, Nov. 12, 1958. Correspondence: Macauley, Thurston, Hawthorne Books. TLS to AH; New York, 26 June 1963. Delafield, Celia. ALS to AH; Sarasota, 26 Feb. 1964.
20 33 Man Named John: "Sketches for Pope John XIII", by Allene Gaty Hatch.
20 34 Man Named John: Statement regarding Pope John, by Dwight D. Eisenhower, Oct. 31, 1963
20 35 Man Named John: Photograph of Alden Hatch presenting copy of book to unidentified man.
20 36 Man Named John: "Report of the Rt. Rev. Msgr. Loris Capovilla on the Italian edition of A Man Named John, 18 July 1965.
20 37 Miracle of the Mountain. Reviews.
20 38 Miracle of the Mountain: Correspondence, 1958: Bernard, Henry. TLS to Alden Hatch; Montreal, 8 May, 1958. Amendment to agreement beween Hawthorne Books and St. Joseph's Oratory, 1 April 1958.
20 39 Miracle of the Mountain: Portrait of Brother Andre, drawn by [Allene Gaty Hatch].
20 40 Miracle of the Mountain: Clippings, reviews, etc.
20 41 Mountbattens: Biographical sketch of Alden Hatch.
20 42 Mountbattens: Contracts between Alden Hatch and publishers, 1963-1965.
20 43 Mountbattens: Comments of General Eisenhower and Jack Lawrence concerning Mountbatten, and "Notes from Mountbatten on Twentieth Century" [ca. 1963]. Typed mss.
20 44 Mountbattens: Interview with Col. Philip Cochran. Nov. 20, 1963, New York (incomplete).
20 45 Mountbattens: Correspondence, 1963-1964:
20 45 9 May, 1963; Tenterden, Kent, England. Parry, Sir Edward; ALS.
20 45 July, 1963. Collins, Ian G. (Collins Publishers); TLS.
20 45 6 Sept. - 17 Dec., 1963. Pollinger, Laurence ([literary]agent); ALLS.
20 45 Nov. 1963. Lawrence, Justus Baldwin; TLLS.
20 45 Jan. - 8 Sept., 1964. Pollinger, Laurence. TLLS.
20 45 20 Feb. - 16 Sept., 1964. Johnson, Margot; 2 TLS.
20 45 29 May, 1964. Parkes, Noreen; TLS to "Squeaky" and Alden.
20 45 Oct. 1964; London. Saunders, Joan; TLS.
20 45 Oct. 1964; London. Illustrated Research Service; postcard.
20 45 Sept. 1964. Pollinger, Laurence; TLS.
20 45 20 Nov., 1964. Knittel, Robert (Collins Publisher); TLS.
20 45 8 Dec. - 22 Dec., 1964. Pollinger, Laurence; 2TLS.
20 45 29 Dec., 1964. Knittel, Robert; TLS.
20 45 [1964?]; Staten Island, N.Y. Saul, Morton E.; TLS.
20 46 Mountbattens: Correspondence, 1965-1968:
20 46 Jan.- 9 Aug., 1965. Pollinger, Laurence: TLS to AH. 2 ALLS to Margot Johnson (copies to AH).
20 46 June 1965; [London]. Bolitho, Helen; ALS.
20 46 July - August 4. Johnson, Margot. 2 TLS, with enclosure from Random House.
20 46 July - 4 August, [1954]. Harben, Robert: TLS to AH. TLS to Margot Johson (AH's copy)
20 46 26 Aug. - 3 Oct., 1965. Romney [Earl of?]; 2 ALS.
20 46 20 Sept., 1965. Goulden, C. M. (W. H. Allen and Co.]; TLS.
20 46 Sept. 1966; Norwich, Cheshire, England. Crill, Cecil G.; ALS.
20 46 10 April, 1967; Sarasota, FL. ALS to Charlotte Mayerson.
20 46 29 April, 1968. De Jarnatt, James R. ([USF]-New College Library); TLS.
20 47 Mountbattens: Reviews.
23 6 Pope Paul VI, Apostle on the Move: 6. Ts., 267 ll.
23 7 Pope Paul VI: " Author's reading set," with corrections, of proofs. New York, Random House.
23 8 Pope Paul VI: Photos to Accompany Pope Paul VI.
23 9 Pope Paul VI: Random House Press Release and U.S. Reviews.
23 10 Pope Paul VI: Reviews from British and Australian newspapers.
23 11 Pope Paul VI: Contract with Random House, 13 March 1964, and accompanying letter.
23 12 Pope Paul VI: Contracts with W.H. Allen, H. J. Becht, and with James O'Neil to supply material on Pope Paul, 1965-1967
23 13 Pope Paul VI: Correspondence:
23 13 29 Sept., 1964. Hatch, Alden; TL (draft) to Monsignor Carewe and reply, 9 Jan 1965.
23 13 13 July, 1966. Mayhew, Alice (Random House); TLS to AH.
23 13 29 Sept., 1964. Philipson, Morris (Random House); TLS to AH.
23 13 July, 1965. Rockhill, Nathalie (Hawthorne Books); TLS to AH.
23 13 7 Sept., 1966. Domhoff (H.J.W. Becht's); TLS to AH.
23 13 Sept. 11- Nov., 1966. Mayhew, Alice (Random House); TLLS to Alden Hatch.
23 13 11 March, 1968. Elmendorf, John (USF -New College); TLS to Father Fidelis (St. Leo College) Re: Ms. of Pope Paul biography, and reply 25 May 1968.
23 13 9 Oct., 1968. Mayhew, Alice; TLS to AH.
23 13 13 Aug., 1978. Hatch, Allene Gaty; ALS to Robert Fenton (Catholic Digest).
23 14 Prexy Eisenhower, fragmentary mss, apparently never published; ll. 102-161.
23 15 President Eisenhower, mss., ll. 162-259.
23 16 Prexy Eisenhower, Ts., Ll. 37-91.
24 1 Red Carpet for Mamie: Correspondence and contracts
24 1 March - 17 Sept., 1968. Wickman, John E. (Eisenhower Library); 3 TLS to AH.
24 1 8 August, 1975. Adams, Larry (Mamie Eisenhower Birthplace restoration); TLS to Mrs. Alden Hatch; TLS to Holt, Rinehart and Winston.
24 1 Sept., 1965. Johnson, Margot; TLS to "Squeakie".
24 1 Contract between Hatch and Henry Holt and Company, 7 April 1952.
24 1 Copyright registrations, 1954.
24 2 Remington Arms: Correspondence and Agreement
24 2 Sept., 1947. Hatch, Alden; TL to March [M. Hartley Dodge]
24 2 23 Dec., 1950. Hatch, Alden; TLS to Crawford C. Loomis. Letter of agreement for Remington history.
24 2 1 April, 1952. Rinehart, Stanley M., Jr.; TLS to AH.
24 2 5 Mar., 1951 - 25 Aug., 1954. Dodge, M. Hartley. TLLS and ALS to AH.
24 2 March, 1972. Alvis, S. M. (Remington Arms Co.); TLS to AH.
24 2 17 April, 1972. Samms, Fred R. (Rutledge Books); TLS to AH.
24 2 Agreement between Remington Arms and Rinehart and Company, 19 Sept. 1955.
24 3 Romanoff, [Story of Michael Romanoff by Alden Hatch?]. Ts., 242+ leaves, with rejection letter from Random House.
24 4 Son of the Smokey Sea: Correspondence and contract, 1939-1945.
24 5 Son of the Smokey Sea: Photographs.
24 6 Thank You Twice: Contract, 17 April 1941.
24 7 Wadsworths of the Genese: Typed copies of research material, correspondence, documents, interview transcripts, etc.
24 8 Wadsworths: Correspondence:
24 8 [n.y.]. Wadsworth, Alice H.; ALS to AH.
24 8 May, 1956. Carmer, Carl; TLS to AH.
24 8 Sept. 1956. Curran, Henry H.; ALLS to AH.
24 8 Sept. 1956 - 29 Sept., 1960. Wadsworth, James J.; ALLS. To AH.
24 8 29 April, 1976. Wadsworth, Oliver; TLS to Allene Hatch.
24 9 Wadsworths: Reviews
24 10 We Nehrus: Ts. (copy) chapter 1, 43 ll.
24 11 We Nehrus: Ts., fragment (copy) ll. 425-428.
24 12 We Nehrus: Correspondence and contract:
24 12 7 March, 1967. Huthsesing, Krishna; ALS to AH.
24 12 April, 1967. Mayerson, Charlotte L.; TLS to AH.
24 12 26 May, 1967. Kantor McKinley; TLS to AH. TL (copy) to Robert Hardy Andrews.
24 12 25 July, 1967. Cable (copy) to AH.
24 12 8 August, 1967. Hatch, Alden; TL to Hal Sehrman [Sherman?] (Overseas Press Club).
24 12 Oct. 1967. Mayerson, Charlotte; TL to Krishna Nehru Hutheesing.
24 12 5 Oct. - 7 Oct., 1967. Hutheesing, Krishna; ALLS to AH.
24 12 15 Jan., 1968. Mayerson, Charlotte; TLS to Allene Hatch.
24 12 Contract between Holt, Rinehart and Winston, and Khrishna Nehru Hutheesing and Alden Hatch, 24 Jan. 1966.
24 13 We Nehrus: Reviews, New York Times Book Review, Oct. 8, 1967, and others.
24 14 Woodrow Wilson- Contract between Alden Hatch and Henry Holt and Company, 14 Feb. 1946.
24 15 Young Willkie: A.Ms. "Wendell Willkie," 62 ll.
24 16 Young Willkie: Articles and Clippings re: Willkie and 1940 campaign.
24 17 Young Willkie: Contract between Alden and Ruth Brown Hatch and Harcourt, Brace and Compay, 1 Dec. 1943
24 18 Young Willkie: Correspondence file, 1943.
24 19 Young Willkie: Interview transcripts and notes
24 20 Young Willkie: Notes

Magazine Articles Published by Alden Hatch

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25 1 American Heritage, "First of 10,000,000 Guns: Eliphalet Remington's Rifle, Spring, 1952. With note re. illustration by AGH
25 2 Argosy, "Can We Build a Fence against the A-Bomb?"; May, 1949.
25 3 Child Life, "Ike's Narrow Escape", Nov, 1953.
25 4 Collier's, "Democratic Repairman [J. Howard McGrath]", March 27, 1948.
25 5 Coronet, "General Ike", July, 1945. Bound.
25 6 Harper's Magazine, "The Men around Dewey", Oct., 1948.
25 7 Ladies' Home Journal, "Red Carpet for Mamie", April - July,1954.
25 8 Liberty, "F.D.R.'s Biggest Fight," Jan. 11, 18, Feb. 1, 1947.
25 9 Liberty, "Northern Lights - Made in Akron," May 24, 1947.
25 10 Liberty, "The New Truman," July 5, 1947.
25 11 Liberty, "The Truth about Dewey," Nov. 1947.
25 12 Liberty, "Shy but Willing [Robert A. Taft]" Jan., 1948.
25 13 Liberty, "Stassen," March, 1948.
25 14 Liberty, "The Man Who Doesn't Want to be President [Arthur Vandenberg]" June, 1948.
25 15 Look, "The Life Story of Pius XII,", Feb. 5-Feb. 19, March 5, 1957
25 16 Parents', "Meet Baby Ike," by Ruth and Alden Hatch, Nov., 1948.
25 17 Peoples Choice, "General Ike," the Story of General Dwight D. Eisenhower, v.2, no.3.
25 18 Saturday Evening Post, "Dirtiest Duty in the Coast Guard," Nov. 29, 1947.
25 19 True, "Eisenhower Views His Successor," Feb. 1948.
25 20 Varsity, "When Ike Was Young,", Oct., 1946.
25 21 Woman's Home Companion, "The Fabulous Clare Booth Luce," Nov., Dec. 1955, Jan., 1956

Bernhard, Prince of the Netherlands

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26 1 Correspondence.
26 2 Memorandum of agreement between Becht's and Alden Hatch regarding Prince Bernhard of the Netherlands, 25 March 1961.
26 3 Transcripts of interviews with Prince Bernhard and others, 1961.
26 4 "Writing about Prince Bernhard of the Netherlands," by Alden Hatch, a. and typed mss., 54, 16 ll.

Marjorie Merriweather Post - Version One by Alden and Allene Hatch

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27 1 [Marjorie Merriweather Post] Chapter 1, 5A ll; Chapters 2-10, 102 leaves. Original version of chapter 1 and revisions in accordance with accompanying letter from Bert Glay to Allene Hatch [n.d.]
27 2 [Marjorie Merriweather Post] Ts., ch 2 - 10; 102 ll. Fragmentary.
27 3 Marjorie Merriwe[!]ther Post by Alden and Allene Hatch, Ch. 1, 6A ll.; Ch. 2-13, 167 ll. Original typed copy with pencilled corrections. [Draft 1A]
27 4 Marjorie Merriwe[a inserted by hand]ther Post by Alden and Allene Hatch, ch. 1, 6A ll., with inserts, etc. Ch. 2-7, 86 ll. [Draft 1B: Fragmentary copy of # 1 with corrections by Nettie L Major, Adelaide Riggs, etc.]
27 5 Marjorie Merriweather Post by Alden and Allene Hatch, 7a., 162 ll. [Draft 2, incorporating revisions from #2]
27 6 Marjorie Merriweather Post by Alden and Allene Hatch. 1,7a,; Ch. 2-18, 252 ll; [Draft 3A: Includes several new chapters on experiences in Russia and a "Synopsis of the Rest of the Book," 4 ll.] Includes many annotations on Atwater Kent notepad.
27 7 Marjorie Merriweather Post by Alden and Allene Hatch, "Where Do You Sit a King?"7a, ch. 2-16, 227 l, and handwritten list of revisions. [Draft 3B, corrected, revised draft of 3A, including changes in title page].

Marjorie Merriweather Post - Version Two by Allene Hatch

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28 1 Marjorie Merriweather Post by [Alden (name marked out)] and Allene Hatch. "Forewa[!]rd, ch. 1-19, 264 ll.
28 2 Marjorie Merriweather Post by Allene Hatch, Synopsis, Forewa[!]rd, Chapters 1-19, 235 ll. Omits first chapter from version one, follows chapters 2-18 from draft 3, with one new chapter at end. Includes letter from agent, Anita Diamant, 6 Sept. 1977.
28 3 Marjorie Merriweather Post by Allene Hatch, Ts. (final draft) Includes foreword, 28 chapters, 336 leaves. Copy of #1 with additional chapters. #1 may be version which was circulated to publishers.
28 4 [MMP-AGH] mss., with agent's letter.

Marjorie Merriweather Post - Autograph chapters

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29 1 Chapter 1, 11 ll ("Where do you seat a king.?")
29 2 Chapter 1, 12A ll. ("History surrounds royalty and the very rich."), Ts., 4 ll. (Original folder labeled "new 1st chapter, 1975".)
29 3 [Untitled, re: Mar-a-Lago, etc.] ll. 12-35
29 4 "Insert, p. 10," 5 ll.
29 5 Chapter 2, 88 l.
29 6 Chapter 3, 30 ll. (Start with p. 31)
29 7 Chapter 3, 10 leaves "Start with p. 31" [Alternate version]and other mss.portions.
29 8 Mss. ll. 7-35 and inserts.
29 9 Leaves 36-40, typed with a. inserts, 6 ll.; Ch. 7, mss. 131-138
29 10 Ch. 4 -mss. p. 31-178.
29 11 Ch. 10, ll. 179-203, mss.
29 12 Ch. 11, 11 leaves. Starts p. 126.
29 13 Ch. 12, ll. 29-56. Starts with 142.
29 14 Ch. 13, 38 ll. Start w. page 239.
29 15 Ms. ch. 14, 31 ll. [Allene]
29 16 Ts., ch. 15-19, v.p. "Start with mss. p. 202."
29 17 Ch.18, 6 ll.
29 18 Ch. 19, mss., 24 ll.
29 19 Ch. 20, 26 ll
29 20 Ch. 21, 27 ll.
29 21 Mss., ch 24, 28 ll. Starts p. 279.
29 22 Mss., Ch. 25-26; 35, 28 ll. Starts with p. 287.
29 23 Mss., ch. 27, 37 ll. With typed synopsis and pages. Starts with p. 309.
29 24 Mss., ch. 28, 42 ll. Starts with p. 322.
29 25 Typed acknowledgment pages, a. leaf 12.

Marjorie Merriweather Post - Typed manuscripts, Publications, and Correspondence

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30 1 Ch. 1, 7a ll. 2 variant drafts, with inserts.
30 2 Typed ms. ch. 5,-9; ll. 63-112. Msg. ll. 74-89.
30 3 Typed ms., Ch, 10-,ll. 113-167.
30 4 Typed ms., ch. 11; l.l. 126 -130. Variant typing of folder 3.
30 5 Ch. 14-19; ll. 163-235.
30 6 Typed ms., Ch. 14-19; l. 186-264.
30 7 "Synopsis of the Rest of the Marjorie Merriweather Post Book," a.ms., 7ll.
30 8 Hatch, Allene. "A Legacy of Grandeur, Marjorie Merriweather Post: a Biography." Palm Beach Life 70:11 (Dec. 1977) 69-90.
30 9 Hatch, Allene. "A Legacy of Grandeur, Marjorie Merriweather Post" excerpted in the Palm Beach Daily News, Sept. 4-13, 1983.
30 10 Close, David P. ALS to Allene; Washingon, 30 Sept. 1975.
30 11 Diamant, Anita. TLS to Allene Hatch; New York 11 Jan. 1977.
30 12 Durbrow, Eldridge. ALS to Allene Hatch; Washington, 3 Oct. 1975.
30 13 Glay, Bert. T. Letters to Allene Hatch; New York [1976?]
30 14 Goodbody, Mrs. Thomas P. Letter to Carl Goodbody, 22 April [1975] accompanied by letter from Carl to Squeaky, 30 April 1975.
30 15 Hatch, Alden: 10 TL (carbons) and one rough draft to various people re: interviews; 22 Aug. 1974 - 17 Dec. 1974, [n.d.]. Letter to David P. Close; 19 Nov. 1974, asking for information about Edward Bennett Close.
30 16 Hatch, Allene: TL (copies) to Letitia Baldridge; Germantown, NY, 7 Feb. - 14 July 1977. Accompanied by draft of a letter to Jean Barghorn and of Allene Hatch's resume. Letter to "Mr. Ware," 23 Oct. 1975, enclosing "Synopsis" of the Post book. Letter (draft) to Herbert Michelman [n.d.] TL (copy) to Mrs. Augustus [Adelaide] Riggs; 15 eb. 1977.
30 17 Jones, Gomer (National Capital Area Council, Boy Scouts of America). TLS to George Williams; Washington, 15 Oct. 1975.
30 18 Knott, James R. TLS (copy) to Adam G. Adams; West Palm Beach, 21 Mar. 1965.
30 19 Merrill, Dina. TLS "Dina Robertson" to Alden Hatch; New York, 10 Dec. 1974.
30 20 Pearson, Richard E. 6 ALS to Allene Hatch; Washington, 29 Sept. 1975 - 9 Feb 1976.
30 21 Post, Marjorie. 4 typed letters to Richard Pearson and 2 typed letters, written for Mrs. Post, signed "Margaret"; postcard, and invitation; Palm Beach, etc. 27Aug. 1965 - May 2, 1973.
30 22 Redmond, Roland. ALS to Alden Hatch; 1 Dec. 1974.
30 23 Rich, Helen. 2 ANS to "Squeaky," accompanied by magazine article about MMP.
30 24 Siegel, Eve. TLS (copy) to Alden Hatch; New York, 2 Oct. 1974.
30 25 Williams, George Livingston. 4 ALS to Alden and Allene Hatch; Washington, 3 Jan. 1975 - 20 Nov. 1976.

Marjorie Merriweather Post - Transcripts of Interviews

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31 1 Adlerberg, Vasily, count, 5 typed ll.
31 2 Anderson, Therese (Mrs. Loy) Palm Beach, April 7, 1976. 9 typed ll.
31 3 Arnold, Mr., 11 typed ll
31 4 [Blake, Tom] 5 typed ll.
31 5 Clarkson, Mrs. R. L., 7 ll.
31 6 Clifford, Lady, 12 ll.
31 7 Durbrow, Elbridge, 21 ll.
31 8 Griffin, Mrs. James, 12 ll.
31 9 Haislip, Mrs. Wade A., Wahington, 24 Nov. 1974. 3 typed ll.
31 10 Hull, Mrs. Lytle, 3 typed ll.
31 11 Major, Nettie, Washington, August, 12 typed ll.
31 12 Merrill, Dina, Jan., 1975, 24 typed ll., Sept. 1975, 30 typed ll.
31 13 Miller, Hope Ridings, misidentified as Molly Mayer [Thayer] 27 ll.
31 14 Moffat, Mr. and Mrs. Frank, "Model of the Sea Cloud," 16 typed ll., Continuation, 8 ll., 9 ll.
31 15 Mumford, Quincy, 1 typed l.
31 16 Pearson, Richard E. 15 typed ll.
31 17 Redmond, Lydia, late Sept. 1974, autograph and 5 typed ll.
31 18 Riggs, Adelaide, Fort Myers, 30 Nov. 1974. 12 typed ll.
31 19 Ritch, Helen, Betty McMahon, [Atwater Kent?] and Hope Hewlett Watts, 12 typed ll.
31 20 Roosevelt, John, 4 typed ll.
31 21 Rumbough, Stanley, Palm Beach, April 5, 1976. 9 typed ll.
31 22 Trussel, Mr. 15 typed ll., various notes, ll. 16-29, and interview with James Griffin at Mar-a-Lago, ll. 30-57, and Frank Moffat "continuing on the trip on the Hussar to Hawaii,, ll. 58-62.
31 23 Williams, E. I., Washington, 12 Nov. 1974, 2 typed ll.
31 24 Williams, George, 9 typed ll. and notes, 22 ll.

Marjorie Merriweather Post - Notes

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31 25 Nineteen thirty-four trip of the Hussar, 27 ll.
31 26 Deenie's [Dina Merrill] room and on Chrsitmas at Mar-a-Lago, ll. 25-26.
31 27 Embassy Residence in Brussels, 2 ll,
31 28 Excerpt from a scrapbook at Hillwood, 14 ll
31 29 Fragmentary notes, [9]-ll, 16, 4-5, 15, 23-26
31 30 "Joe, Deenie and I were in the car with the President," 27 ll.
31 31 "Pictures and scrapbooks," 27 ll.
31 32 "Random Notes," 40 ll.
31 33 Sea Cloud - 1937, 51, 25 ll.
31 34 Under full sail at the Baltic 1933 [etc] Hussar log, 13 ll., side 2 "Ned's birthday," 14 ll.
31 35 Eleanor [Barzin's] corrections to MMP manuscript
31 36 George Williams notes: Mrs. Post and the National Symphony, 80th birthday party, square dance, Management of staff, Prince Serge Obolensky, and other notes in the hand of George Williams, with his letter to Allene; 15 Oct. 1975.
31 37 Interview with Dina Merrill(?) notes (6x9" notepad).
31 38 Miscellaneous notes
31 39 Names and address, note on Mrs. Voight, etc. (8x10 ?" notebook)
31 40 Names, address and phone number list
31 41 Notes based on interview transcripts
31 42 Outline, Chapter 26, etc. and other notes
31 43 Sea Cloud and King Gustav
31 44 Sea Cloud notes, interview with Frank Moffat, July 23 [n.y.]
31 45 Telephone conversation with Mrs. Riggs, April 15, 1975, and list of questions.

Marjorie Merriweather Post - Subject Files

Box Folder
32 1 Camp Topridge - Estate of Marjorie Merriweather Post, Camp Topridge.
32 2 Camp Topridge - Indenture between the MMP Founation and the State of New York re: Topridge and Report of Title, 1973-74.
32 3 Camp Topridge - Miscellaneous material relating to the Post's camp in the Adirondack Mountains. Includes note containing Topridge "tales" by Richard Pearson.
32 4 Camp Topridge - Photographs (12 b&w, 8x10" scenes)
32 5 Camp Topridge and Mar-a-Lag - Photographs with letter from Richard Pearson, 2 Dec. 1974.
32 6 Hillwood - "A Few Notes on Hillwood," Mimeographed. 1966. 27 ll, and Notes on Hillwood [1969?] by MMP.
32 7 Hillwood - The Gardens of Hillwood; a Guide Book with a Map, by George Livingston Williams. Washington, 1965.
32 8 Hillwood - "The Mrs. Marjorie Merriweather Post Collection of Russian Imperial Art at Hillwood," typed ms. (copy) by MMP and Marvin C Ross, with TLS from Ross to Alden Hatch; Washington, 19 Sept. 1975.
32 9 Hillwood - Miscellaneous: Clippings, journal articles, photographs, etc.
32 10 Mar-a-Lago - "Historical Significance of Mar-a-Lago" and "Remarks," at Palm Beach County Historical Society Ceremony honoring Mrs.Post, by James R. Knott, 1965-1968.
32 11 Mar-a-Lago- Article by Nettie Leitch Major, March 1969, and other descriptive material, 1966.
32 12 Mar-a-Lago - Miscellaneous, Clippings, schedules, postcards, etc.
32 13 Post, M. M. - Clippings, mostly obituaries, 1973.
32 14 Post, M. M. - Extracts from will.
32 15 Post, M. W. - Marjorie Merriweather Post Memorial Causeway Dedication Ceremony, 25 Jan. 1975, with a. note to Alden.
32 16 Post, M. M. - Memorial service, 1973.
32 17 Post, M. M. - Palm Beach Life articles, June, 1972 - Sept./Oct. 1976.
32 18 Post, M. M. - Proceedings of the Florida Senate pursuant to. honoring Mrs. Post, Jan. 24, 1965.
32 19 Post, M. M. - Tribute to Marjorie M. Post, by Richard E. Pearson.
32 20 Post Family - Publications, etc. re: C. W. Post, Post Foods, and M. M. P, 1914 -ca. 1974.

Allene Hatch: Menopause Can Be Fun, Manuscripts

Box Folder
33 1 [Menopause Can Be Fun] typed ms., with ink revision, 10 chapters, 72 ll.
33 2 Menopause Can Be Fun, typed ms (copy), incorporating revisions and with additional revisions and illustrations, 10 chapters, 72 ll.
33 3 Menopause Can Be Fun, typed ms. (copy) 12 chapters, 122 ll., including bibliography.
33 4 "Love, Hate, and Hot Flashes." Copy of Menopause Can Be Fun, as above, but title changed in pencil to "Love, Hate," etc. With extensive revisions [by Margot Johnson?] in red pencil. 19 chapters, numbered as 12, 72. ll.
33 5 "Love, Hate and Hot Flashes," typed ms. (copy) 12 chapters, 84 ll., plus bibliography and biography. This manuscripts incorporates the revisions indicated in no, 4, and may have been, specifically prepared to send to Harper and Row. Cf. Correspondence, Robert Harben to Allene Hatch, 24 July 1972.

Allene Hatch: Menopause for the Beginner

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33 6 "Menopause for the Beginner," Handwritten over original title, "Love, Hate and Hot Flashes," typed and a.ms., 6 chapters, various pagination.
33 7 "Menopause for the Beginner," typed ms. (carbon) 7 chapters, 71 ll., plus outline for chapters 8-14.
33 8 "Menopause for the Beginner," ch 8-10, leaves 72-94.
33 9 Chapters 11-14; ll. 95-120, and bibliography.
33 10 Chapter 1, 10 ll. And fragments.
33 11 Chapters 1-3, 22 ll.
33 12 [Menopause Can Be Fun] earlier version of no. 3, chapters 8-10, ll. 37-58.
33 13 Chapter 6, a. and typed ms., ll 36-54, 36-39 and various fragments.
33 14 Chapter 10-14, ll. 90-120. Note on envelope: "Bucky Fuller chapter using his suggestion."
33 15 "Menopause for the Beginner." Chapters 10, ll. 90-101; chapters 11, ll. 95-101, 13, 1l. 108-115, with letter of rejection from Cosmopolitan; 26 July 1983.

Allene Hatch: Autograph Manuscripts

Box Folder
34 1-13 Thirteen notebooks of autograph manuscript and notes.

Allene Hatch: Correspondence and Miscellaneous Papers

Box Folder
35 1 Correspondence with agents and publishers: principally Margot Johnson, Robert Harben, Kitty Benedict of Harper and Row, and Ruth Kramer of Les Femmes Publishing. 1970-1975
35 2 Correspondence with agents and publishers: principally Margot Johnson, Robert Harben, Kitty Benedict of Harper and Row, and Ruth Kramer of Les Femmes Publishing. 1972-1975
35 3 Correspondence with agents and publishers: principally Margot Johnson, Robert Harben, Kitty Benedict of Harper and Row, and Ruth Kramer of Les Femmes Publishing. 1976-1977, 1986
35 4 Buck, Pat. "Menopause Can Be Fun: Hush-Hush Subject Trumpeted in Book." Sarasota Herald-Tribune, March 26, 1973.
35 5 Original illustrations for Menopause Book.
35 6 Illustration for cover.
35 7 Menopause illustrations.
35 8 Menopause is Verrukkelijk. Amsterdam: DeCentaur [1976?] Proof copy.
35 9 Notes related to Menopausebook.
35 10 Material on estrogen.
35 11 Menopause Reviews.
35 12 Chapter "Erotiek voor Gevorderden," and translation "Erotica for the Advanced," apparently added by Dutch publisher.

Allene Hatch: Miscellaneous Writings

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35 13 Account of a trip to the Vatican Oct. 27, 1962; a.ms.
35 14 "Acquaria Watches Some Wasp- Watchers," a.ms. 8 ll.
35 15 "Afterwards," typed ms., Oct. 1989. 3 ll.
35 16 Autobiographical statements, a. and typed mss.
35 17 Barrytown Explorer, articles (copies): "Much Ado about Nhu ", Nov. 6, 1963. "How Now, Sarah Lawrence", Sept., 1964. "Parisian Snowflakes", Dec. 1966. "Loaves and Fishes, a Remembered Miracle", Dec. 1967. "No More Lemon Drops", June, 1968.
35 18 Barrytown Explorer, November, 1962 - Nov. 1979. Issues with articles or illustrations by Allene Hatch.
35 19 Birthday Greeting for Buckminster Fuller (memoir of Alden Hatch) ll. 2-9.
35 20 "Bucky on Bear Island," ms. and notebooks, also including "Squeaky in Dunderland,"and "1776 and All That."
35 21 "Byrdland, Va.," typed ms., 6 ll.
35 22 "Captain Liffey," typed poem and illustrations.
35 23 "Catch-Word - '72," typed ms. 3 ll.
35 24 "County Auction," a. ms., with drawing, and sketchbook.
36 1 "Dreams and Memories," typed ms., 4 ll.
36 2 "Epiphany in Rome," by AGH, Nassau Herald, Jan, 5, 1961.
36 3 "The Family," 2 drafts.
36 4-7 Four notebooks written in the persona of Camille Wright, paralleling Frances Wright's Views of Society and Manners in America.
36 8 "Fanny," [France] a.ms.
36 9 [Fanny] Chapter 1, a. and typed mss.
36 10 [Fanny] continued, a. ms., 21 ll.
36 11 [Fanny] ms. fragments.
36 12 "Ham Fish for Congress," a. ms., 15 ll.
36 13 "Hand in Glove with Winter," 2 ll. with illustrations, 1984.
36 14 "Hand in Marriage," typed mss
36 15 "Henry's Hiccups," July 15, 1968.
36 16 "Hollywood Visited and Revisited," a. ms.
36 17 "Hollywood Visited and Revisited," typed ms.
36 18 [Hudson Valley novel] fragment, 60 ll.
36 19 "John Foster Dulles Winked at Me," Chapters 1 and two of Memoirs(?) 25 ll.
36 20 "Jonathan Segal Livingston" "The Tall Ships," "Merry Christmas," "Madeline."
36 21 "Katydid," typed poem.
36 22 "The Little Yellow School House," a. and typed ms.
36 23 "The Loaves and the Fishes," a. ms.
36 24 'The Loaves and the Fishes". "Suddenly Last Summer; a True Story". 'No More Lemon Drops". "Stalking the Hubert-Bird or Washington Revisited". "Circus Winter Quartered". "Sally and Ducky and Bird Key". "Jonathan Segal Livingston", Ts.
36 25 "Matilda," a. and typed mss., Oct., 1989.
36 26 "Meaningfulwise, It's Finalized," typed ms., 2 l.
36 27 "Monkish Business at Holcroft," a. and typed mss.
36 28 "Morris Chair," Oct. 1989.
36 29 "The New Four Hundred, an Odd Lot" a. ms. (notebook, including "Menopause" material)
36 30 "No More Lemon Drops."
37 1 "One Minute of Truth," a. and typed mss.
37 2 "Prague in July," and "Clermont," a. and typed.
37 3 "Peter and Her Folk Medicine," a. and typed mss.
37 4 "Peter the Pompous Cat," (poem) typed ms.
37 5 "Sarasota Round Table," a. ms., and Drawings of Carl Carmer, John D. MacDonald, and MacKinlay Kantor for article.
37 6 "Saturday Night Bath," a. and typed mss.
37 7 Sea Cloud: Correspondence with Travel Dynamics regarding Sea Cloud, 1980. (Note: Sea Cloud was a yacht owned by Mrs. Post. In 1982, Allene took a cruise of the Greek islands on Sea Cloud, at that time no longer owned by Mrs. Post. She wrote and apparently designed a brochure for Travel Dynamics, the travel company for whom she did publicity, and wrote other articles for publication. One short article appeared in Palm Beach Life. Allene apparently used some material from her Post research for the Sea Cloud writings, so there is some overlap.)
37 8 Sea Cloud: Correspondence with New York Times regarding Sea Cloud publicity and article, 1981-1982.
37 9 Sea Cloud: "Sailing the Greek Isles aboard the Sea Cloud," by AGH. Original draft with copy of letter to Palm Beach Life, 12 Nov. 1981.
37 10 Sea Cloud: "Sailing the Greek Isles aboard the Sea Cloud," Rough draft, no. 1
37 11 "Sea Cloud notes and ms.," spiral notebook.
37 12 Sea Cloud, a.ms., beginning "The Sea Cloud, Marjorie. barque. " and memorabilia from Duke University alumni tour, 1981.
37 13 "Sea Cloud: a Floating Palace of Yesteryear," by AGH. Palm Beach Life, March, 1982.
37 14 Sea Cloud, drawings by AGH and layout of Travel Dynamics brochure.
37 15 "The Sea Cloud," ms. text of Travel Dynamics brochure.
37 16 "The Sea Cloud," typed ms. beginning "Nowhere in the World Today..."
37 17 Sea Cloud: Travel Dynamics brochure and kit for Sea Cloud Greek Island tour, written by AGH.
37 18 "Squeaky Goes to Rome," chapter 1 -3; bound ms.
37 19 "Squeaky Goes to Rome," ch. IV and V.
37 20 "Stalking the Hubert-Bird, or Washington Revisited," a. ms.
37 21 "Suddenly Last Summer (A True Story)" a. ms.
37 22 "Surviving in New York," typed ms.
37 23 "The Tall Ships," and "Teviotdale," typed mss.
37 24 Teviotdale, notebook
37 25 "Three Crosses," Sept. 1989.
37 26 Untitled a. ms., beginning "If New York City is pe[!]rgatory."13 ll.
37 27 Untitled ms., beginning "Phil swung the big blue Cadillac up to the curb," 19 ll.
37 28 "A Visit from Bucky Fuller," a. and typed ms., 7 ll.
37 29 "White House Wedding"
37 30 "Willly Wolly Wilber Wom Bat and Friends"
37 31 "Winter Quarters"
37 32 "Words"
37 33 "Written by AGH in either 40's or 50's," [biographical].

Allene Hatch: Illustrations and Miscellaneous Papers

Box Folder
38 1 Chanler, Bronson. "Chanler's letter about Alden's Death and my carrying on his work," typed ms., 3 ll. Published in the Barrytown Explorer.
38 2 "Christmas at Clermont," brochure illustrated by Allene Hatch.
38 3 Christmas and New Years cards, illustrated by AGH.
38 4 Circus drawings.
38 5 Clinton Republicans - Copy of letter from AGH, Chairwoman, New York Times, April 18, 1993.
38 6-7 Drawings, May, 1987 - 2 folders.
38 8 Giniger, Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth - Christmas card with portrait of Mrs. Giniger, by AGH
38 9 Juliana of the Netherlands: a Royal Photographic Album. Proposal, correspondence, list of photographs for a book to be edited by Allene G. Hatch.
38 10 Last Wills and Testaments, 1953 -1968.
38 11 Memorial service for John P. Gaty [program]; May 29, 1964, Nantucket.
38 12 Newspaper photograph as character in Twelfth Night [New York, 195-?]
38 13 Resume - Allene G. Hatch.
38 14 "Salute to the Hudson, 1977" and other Scenic Hudson Preservation material.
38 15 Tel Hador, 1987 [Christmas card]
38 16 "To Squeaky." Poem, signed Buckminster Fuller "with Anne's and my dearest love, Feb. 1971."
38 17 "Town of Clermont Celebration.August 15, 1959." Illustrated by AGH.
38 18 Vassar Club advertisements, illustrated by AGH.
38 19 "View from 'Winterleas," pen and ink drawing, 1966.

Audio Cassette Tapes

Includes interviews by Alden Hatch for books relating to Buckminster Fuller, the Lodges of Massachusetts and Marjorie Merriweather Post (some interviews by Allene Hatch).


Box Folder
39 1 Buckminster Fuller: Bucky and Anne's wedding (tape broken)
39 2 Buckminster Fuller: Norman Cousin interview / S2: Quotes from "Memoirs" of Margaret Fuller Ossoli.
39 3 Buckminster Fuller: Bucky - Philadelphia
39 4 Buckminster Fuller: Anne Fuller
39 5 Buckminster Fuller: Roger [Hewlett] on Bucky
39 6 Buckminster Fuller: Roger on Bucky (1/4 tape)
39 7 Buckminster Fuller: Bucky I: a) Interview b) Dramatis personae
39 8 Buckminster Fuller: Bucky II
39 9 Buckminster Fuller: [Bucky III?] a) Bucky, b)Bear Island.
39 10 Buckminster Fuller: Bucky IV: Bucky - Alexandra
39 11 Buckminster Fuller: Bucky V
39 12 Lodges of Massachusetts: Aldrich, Richard S.
39 13 Lodges of Massachusetts: Bigelow, Chandler
39 14 Lodges of Massachusetts: Lodge, Cabot
39 15 Lodges of Massachusetts: Lodge, George and Henry S. Lodge
39 16 Lodges of Massachusetts: Longworth, Alice Roosevelt
39 17 Lodges of Massachusetts: Jerry Wadsworth
39 18 Lodges of Massachusetts: Patch and Glovsky/ Side 2: Lodge, Jr.
39 19 Lodges of Massachusetts: Sisco, Joseph
39 20 Lodges of Massachusetts: Henry Cabot Lodge Diaries, read by Alden Hatch
39 21 Marjorie Merriweather Post: Adlerberg, Count Vasily.
39 22 Marjorie Merriweather Post: Mrs. Loy Anderson, April 7, 1976
39 23 Marjorie Merriweather Post: "Squeaky and Tom Blake."
39 24 Marjorie Merriweather Post: Mrs. R. L. Clarkson
39 25 Marjorie Merriweather Post: Clifford, Lady
39 26 Marjorie Merriweather Post: Durbrow, Elbridge
39 27 Marjorie Merriweather Post: Hull, Mrs. Lytle, Nov. 1975.
39 28 Marjorie Merriweather Post: Kent, Atwater, Palm Beach, April 21
39 29 Marjorie Merriweather Post: Major, Nettie, Washington, August.
39 30 Marjorie Merriweather Post: Merrill, Dina
39 31 Marjorie Merriweather Post: Miller, Hope, and Molly Thayer
39 32 Marjorie Merriweather Post: Mr. Moffat and Mr. Arnold, April, 1974.
39 33 Marjorie Merriweather Post: Moffat, Frank, and Mrs. Griffin.
39 34 Marjorie Merriweather Post: Pearson, Richard
39 35 Marjorie Merriweather Post: Redmond, Roland on Mrs. Post.
39 36 Marjorie Merriweather Post: Riggs, Adelaide, Betty McMahon, and others
39 37 Marjorie Merriweather Post: Rumbough, Stanley, Palm Beach, April 6, 1976.
39 38 Marjorie Merriweather Post: Trussel, Mr. Side 2: Judge Knotts notes, Mr. Griffin, and Mr. Moffat, April 25.
39 39 Marjorie Merriweather Post: Whitfield, Jimmy re.: Hillwood.
39 40 Marjorie Merriweather Post: Williams, E. I., and Mrs. Haislip.
39 41 Marjorie Merriweather Post: Belgium, 1938-39
39 42 Marjorie Merriweather Post: Hussar, 1934.
39 43 Marjorie Merriweather Post: Random notes
39 44 Marjorie Merriweather Post: Sea Cloud, 1937-38
39 45 Marjorie Merriweather Post: Sea Cloud, 1938/1949-40
39 46 Marjorie Merriweather Post: Sea Cloud.
39 47 Marjorie Merriweather Post: "Speech on M.M.P. by Squeaky [AGH] aboard Sea Cloud, 1981"; Side 2: "Pre-France trip, 1982."
39 48 Marjorie Merriweather Post: Unidentified Tape
39 49-59 Marjorie Merriweather Post: Interview of Roland Redmond by Alden Hatch, regarding Metropolitan Museum of Art, other museums, art collecting, etc. Redmond was a Metropolitan Museum Trustee. 10 tapes, June 26 - Oct. 29, 1974. Side two of Tape 59 contains Alden's interview of Lydia Redmond re: Marjoie Post.
39 60 Marjorie Merriweather Post: Allene Hatch, apparently reading an account of regimental armories in New York.

Reel Tapes and Film

Box Folder
40 1 Byrds of Virginia: Interview, Mrs. Richard Byrd, May 12, 1967, at Berryville.
40 2 Byrds of Virginia: Interview, labelled "William Byrd, Princeton."
40 3 Byrds of Virginia: Byrd notes beginning with the Virginia Gazette, 1776.
40 4 Byrds of Virginia: "Westover, the Revolution begins."
40 5 Byrds of Virginia: Williamsburg #1
40 6 Byrds of Virginia: Williamsburg #2
40 7 Byrds of Virginia: "Tape from Shenandoah and Beatty's book, Byrds office, may 5-9, 1967."
40 8-11 Lodges of Massachusetts: Quotes from the Gentlemen from Massachusetts," 4 - 3" tapes.
40 12 Mountbattens: "Domhoff Translation. Burma campaign, India, Churchill notes." 5" tape.
40 13 Mountbattens: Tape beginning with interview of C. J. Asbury, "boy on the Kelly."
40 14 Mountbattens: Notes, including from World in Crisis by Churchill.
40 15 Mountbattens: Notes, Canadian armies, etc.
40 24 Wedding of Alden and Allene Hatch, 16 mm. film

Scrapbooks

Box Folder
40 1 Ambassador Extraordinary; Clare Booth Luce (1956). In addition to book reviews and other published information, contains several letters from prominent people regarding the book.
40 2 Byrds of Virginia - Mostly reviews, includes some correspondence and memorabilia.
40 3 Franklin D. Roosevelt, General Ike, and Thank You Twice, Son of the Smoky Sea, and Young Willkie.
40 4 Man Named John, clippings of reviews, correspondence, etc.
40 5 Mountbattens
40 6 Prince Bernhard - Primarily newspaper clippings, many European. Some correspondence.
40 7 We Nehrus


Group 3: 2002 Accession


Alden Hatch Manuscripts

Box Folder
1 1 The Hatches, by Alden Hatch. 356 leaves. "Alden Hatch was writing this family history/autobiography when he died on Feb. 1, 1975. This is the original typescript, - Allene Gaty Hatch, Sept. 10, '02"
1 2 [Alden's Autobiography] A.Ms. notes. 27 p. in pencil. Beginning with the "Spanish War," and ending with Hollywood.

Allene Hatch - Diaries

Box Folder
1 3 Book calendar for 1952. "Alden Hatch" stamped on cover. Contains appointment from Jan. 1-June 27th; July 30 ff contains Allene's notes for trip to Denver to visit the Eisenhower campaign headquarters. Also, a "Denver - Diary" on loose-leaf paper, 4 a.ms. leaves.
1 4 Allene Hatch's Diary of trip to Rome for the Clare Booth Luce Book, Oct. 9-Dec. 17, 1954.
1 5 Hatch, Allene. Name Dropping Diary from Bobby Baker Land. A.Ms., re trip to interview Eisenhower for Mountbatten book. 1 p. Published in Barrytown Explorer(?)

Correspondence and Miscellaneous Documents

Box Folder
1 6 Agreement between Mrs. Krishna Nehru Hutheesing and Alden Hatch for the purpose of writing a book tentatively entitled The Nehru Family. Typed D.S., Krishna Nehru Hutheesing, Feb. 12, 1966, and Alden Hatch, Feb. 15,1966.
1 7 Bernhard, Prince of the Netherlands. 4 New Years card. 1965 card contains an unidentified photograph. A fifth card is signed Kossie Gilles [Prince Bernhard's secretary]
1 8 Denver Country Club. Printed document extending privileges of the club to Alden Hatch for 2 weeks; /s/ B. White, Secretary, August 1, 1952.
1 9 Domhoff, L. Th. (H.J.W. Becht). TL (carbon) to Alden Hatch. Amsterdam, Jan. 31, 1961. Comments on Hatch's biography of DeGaulle and suggests that he is the right author to write the biography of Prince Bernhard of the Netherlands.
1 10 [Eisenhower] Milton. ALS to Alden Hatch. State College, PA., April 28, 1952, re the prospects of Ike for President.
1 11 Golden, John. TLS to Alden Hatch. New York, April 14, 1952. Appreciation for General Ike.
1 12 [Hatch, Alden] TL to Harlan Logan, Dec. 9, 1947. 1 p. (fragment) re to writing a life of Cecil B. DeMille.
1 13 Hatch, Alden. TL (carbon) to General Ike [Eisenhower] July 6, 1948. 1 p. Congratulates him on statement [apparently that he would not run for President of the United States as a Democrat] "Written by Alden Hatch in '48, AGH."
1 14 Hatch, Alden. 2ALLS to Bill and Eva Holmes [Alden's niece and nephew]; Rome and London; 28 November and 16 Dec. 1954.
1 15 Hatch, Alden. TL (carbon) to Mr. Dort; December 15, 1972 re the treatment of papers donated by Hatch to New College.
1 16 Hatch, Allene. ALS "Squeaky," to Mummy (Mrs. T. E. Gaty, Jr.). North Carolina. ca. January 24, 1953. Comments on the Eisenhower inauguration.
1 17 Hatch, Allene. 7 ALLS to Barbara Boston; Spain, Morocco, Rome, Paris Oct. 18- Dec. 10, 1954, with 6 envelopes. Letters written while in Rome for the Luce book. Contain drawings by AGH.
1 18 Hatch, Allene G. ANS to Ariel B. Pomeroy [great-aunt] in Christmas greeting from Allene and Alden Hatch [1971] Card illustrated by AGH.
1 19 Hatch, Allene. ANS to Lynne; receipt stamped Dec. 16, 1974. In Christmas card, printed from Allene and Alden Hatch. Designed by Allene Hatch.
1 20 Hatch, Dennis? Note re wedding of Alden Hatch and Allene Gaty.
1 21 Inaugural Committee, 1953. Engraved invitation to Alden and Mrs. Hatch to the Inaugural Ball, 20 January, 1953, Washington.
1 22 Lodge, Henry Cabot, Jr. TLS to Alden Hatch. Beverly, MA. 23 Nov. 1951. 1 p. Thanks for letter.
1 23 McCaffree, Mary Jane (Secretary to Mrs. Eisenhower). TLS to Alden Hatch. The White House, Washington, April 30, 1953. Message from Mrs. Eisenhower about "troop that was knocked out by lightning."
1 24 McCaffree, Mary Jane (Secretary to Mrs. Eisenhower). Form letter S. re tickets to the Inaugural Parade for Alden and Mrs. Hatch [ca. 1953]
1 25 Meyerkamp, Barbro (Secretary to Bob Murphy) TLS to Mr. and Mrs. Alden Hatch; [Hollywood] Feb. 28, 1974 re reservation in Hollywood. Envelope contains ANS "Allene Gaty Hatch," Sept 5, 1902, " re trip so Alden could appear on the Merv Griffinn Show, March 6, 1974."
1 26 Patsy, John, Jake and Debbie ANS to Mr. and Mrs. Alden Hatch. Cedarhurst, L. I. Christmas greeting on postcard.
1 27 [Patterson, Louise] ALS to "Dearest Children [Alden, Allene, and Dennison Hatch] [s.l.] 8 October 1954, accompanying a package for their journey to Italy. To be delivered on board ship.
1 28 Reid, Mary Louise. TLS to Alden Hatch. New York, October 7, 1952. 1 p.Thanks for his help in lining-up writers for [Citizens for Eisenhower-Nixon]
1 29 U.S. Naval Academy. Pass. Printed D.S. Alden Hatch, April 21, 1942.
1 30 Vandenberg, Arthur H., Jr. TLS to Alden Hatch. March 10, 952. 1 p. Explains why book can not be sold in [Citizens for Eisenhower] headquarter.

Book Reviews

Box Folder
1 31 Notices and reviews of General Ike and other books by Alden Hatch, 1944-1947. Collected by Luce's Press Clipping Bureau, New York, and review by Irving, John F. X. Review of General Ike, America, March 22, 1952, p. 676.

Photographs

Box Folder
1 32 Photographs:
1 32 1) U.S.A. Embassy, Rome - 1954.B&W. (1) Arthur Mencken and Alden Hatch. (2) Arthur and Carol Mencken, and Alden and Allene Hatch in automobile. (3) Alden in front of the American Embassy in Rome. (4) Alden in front of the U.S. Embassy. (5) Denny, Allene, and Alden Hatch at the Tren Fountain in Rome. 6) Alden and Allene in front of the U.S. Embassy.
1 32 2) Harrison Studios, Cedarhurst, L.I., NY, ca. 1950, or 51. 4 8x10 B&W proofs of Alden, Allene, and Dennison Hatch (2).
1 32 3) St. Cyr, France. 3 5x5 B&W photos and 4 45cm. negatives. Scenes of building, "taken while we were doing the deGaulle book." (Note by AGH.)
1 32 4) 7x9 B&W of Dennis, Allene, and Alden Hatch, Somerleas, 1954.
1 32 5) 8x10 color photo of Alden at surprise, 75th birthday party.
1 32 6) 4x6 B&W photos of triplets and two women, ca. 1920. Note on verso indicates these are relatives of Alden's.
1 32 7) 5x7 B&W photo of Alden Hatch, "author of The Byrds of Virginia." Holt, Rinehart and Winston publicity photo.
1 32 8) 5x7 B&W photo of Kossie Gilles, Prince Bernhard's secretaty, 1962.
1 32 9) 5x7 B&W photo of Alden Hatch, shooting skeet at the Rockway Hunt Club, Cedarhurst, LI.
1 32 10) 7x9 photo of Alden Hatch at Somerleas, Cedarhurst, seated at desk. Includes desk photos of Mamie Eisenhower and Clare Booth Luce (1956).
1 32 11) Six 3 inch photos of Alden Hatch, Beverly Byrd, and Richard Byrd, and an unidentified house, May, 1968, and July 1969.
1 32 12) One 5 inch B&W photo of Krishna N. Hutheesing and Alden Hatch, Sarasota.
1 32 13) 7x9 B&W photos of Alden Hatch, with signed photo of Mamie Eisenhower, at desk as Somerleas, 1953 or 53.
1 32 14) 8x10 B&W photo of Alden Hatch.
1 32 15) 6x10 B&W photo of Alden Hatch, holding copy of The DeGaulle Nobody Knows. Stamped on verso: George Goethe, [Sarasota?] Herald Tribune.
1 32 16) 6 3x5 photos of Alden Hatch from envelope dated 1966. Some have negatives. Instruction for cropping and retouching. Some damage from paper clips.
1 33 Gaty, John P. "Uncle Jack." WWI portrait; New Yorker article, 1971, and note by AGH.

Scrapbook and Albums

Box Folder
2 1 Scrapbook "starting in 1950 with engagement of Allene Gaty to Alden Hatch." Includes photo of AGH, 1946, 1949 photo of Alden and Allene, and clippings, photos, and some letters to 1958, including clippings of the marriage of Dennison Hatch and Barbara Florio. Letters are from Clare Booth Luce, Helen Hayes, and others.
2 1-2 Two photograph albums of wedding of Allene Gaty and Alden Hatch, Clermont, NY, Sept. 9, 1950. Photos by Franklin and Helen Watts. 11x14 cm. albums. Thirty-seven 3 1/2 x 4 1/2 inch photographs. Captions.
3 3 Red Carpet from Mamie, 1953-54. Clippings of reviews and notices; photographs of Alden and Allene at publicity events.
3 4 Trip to Ireland for Briscoe Book, 1958. Photographs of homes and people in Ireland, especially the Hatches, Barbara Boston, and Robert Briscoe. Notes added by AGH. fo; 4/29/03


Group 4: Allene G. Hatch Papers 2002 Accession


General (Family and Personal; Correspondence)

Box Folder
1 1 Biographical sketch and miscellaneous material, [n. d.] 1977.
1 2 Correspondence:
1 2 1975 Feb. 15; Stamford Ct. [Hatch, Allene]. TL (carbon) to Duff Merrick. Thanks for offer of help; encloses copy of MacKinlay Kantor's eulogy of Alden.
1 2 1975 July 31. Williams, George. ALS to Mrs. Alden Hatch. Friend of Marjorie M. Post invites her to Washington.
1 2 1976 Deb. 6. Dodson, Calaway H. director (Marie Selby Botanical Gardens). TLS to Mrs. Alden Hatch. Thanks her for copies of Alden's books
1 2 August 5, 1987; New York. Squeaky [Hatch]. "Dear Ones". Invitation and plans for weekend in Clermont.
1 2 1990 October 31. Gussin, Debra. Allene Hatch. Agreement to use quote from Circus King, in American Chronicle (TV series).
1 2 1990 Nov. 15. Gussin, Debra. ANS to Allene Hatch. Enclosing copy of American Chronicle.
1 2 1991 Jan. Elmendorf, Mary Lindsay and John Leslie Landgraf. Processed Christmas message, with autograph notes by Mary Elmendorf.
1 2 1991 Nov. 4, 1991; New York. Ash, Constance (Penguin USA). TLS to Alden Hatch, Jr.. Countersigned by Alden Hatch, Jr., Nov. 25, 1991, authorizing renewal of copyright to A Man Named John in the name of Allene G. Hatch. ANS "D.H." to "Squeaky" Hatch attached.
1 2 1992 July 29. Bond, Richard N. (Chairman, Republican National Committee). TLS to Allene Hatch. Republican Party position on abortion.
1 2 1992 August 10. Matalin, Mary (Bush-Quayle '92). TLS to Allene Hatch. President Bush's position on abortion.
1 2 1993 June 15. Khrushchev, S. ALS to Allene G. Hatch. Thanks for letter; appreciation for her story about his father's visit.
1 2 1993 Nov. 13. Hatch, Allene G. TLS (copy) to the editor, New York Times. Museum of Modern Art.
1 2 [1995 Feb. 25-Sept. 13]. "Cat'. 2 ALLS to Squeaky Hatch. Information regarding characters in her chapter on Robert Briscoe.
1 2 [1995?]. Hatch, Allene G. TLS (copy) to Laura Fisher, Avenue magazine. Submitting samples of writing.
1 2 1996 Dec. 19. Ingram, John E. TLS to Aline [sic] Hatch. Acknowledgment of gift of hers and Alden Hatch's papers.
1 2 1997 May 22. Hatch, Allene. TLS to Ruth [Nathan?]. Agreement with John Ringling North
1 2 1997 May 23. Nathan, Ruth. TL Mr. Shrewsbury. Rights to Circus King.
1 2 1997 July 3. North II, John Ringling. ALS to [Ruth] Nathan. Rights to Circus King.
1 2 1999 Nov. 5 - 2000 [i.e. 1999?] Dec. 12. Hatch, Allene, etc.. Letters to Regina Peruggi, etc.. Blocked stairs at Marymount Manhattan College.
1 2 2000 Jan. 12. Hatch, Allene G. TL to the Cosmopolitan Club (Washington). Recommendation of a friend for membership.
1 2 2000 March 7. Hatch, Allene Gaty. Typed D. (copy) unsigned. Promise to call on friends for help, when needed.
1 2 2000 March 29. [Hatch, Allene Gaty]. For George Reese, attorney. List of instructions
1 2 2000 Nov. 11. Allene Hatch. TLS "Squeaky," with a. PS. Buckminster Fuller research.
1 2 2001. Hatch, Allene G. TL to NYP Hospital Director. Appreciation for the treatment she received from paramedics.
1 2 2001 Nov. 20. Hatch, Allene Gaty. AL (draft) to Father Jerome Verel. Proposed new edition of a Man Named John.
1 2 2000 Nov. 29. Speranza, Susie (Marymount Manhattan College). TLS to Allene Hatch. Thanks for speaking; honorarium.
1 2 [ca. 2000?]. [Hatch] Allene. ALS to Ruth [Nathan]. Proposing a revised edition of "Menopause Can Be Fun." This letter was accompanied by the same copy of the ms. found in Ms77/2, Box 33/3.
1 2 [ca. 2000?]. "Andrea". TLS to Allene [Hatch]. Reactions to a reading of "Menopause Can Be Fun." This letter was accompanied by the same copy of the ms. found in Ms77/2, Box 33/5.
1 3 American Treasures, 1983 Engagement Calendar.
1 4 DePendleton, Pat (AGH's sister). A.Ms. re WWII (3 p.). Account of a visit to Hiroshima, shortly after the dropping of the Atomic Bomb.

Manuscripts

Box Folder
1 5 Les Petites Fables par Allene G. Hatch. 41 p. Typed ms., partly photocopied, with illustrations, signed AGH.
1 5a 10 original drawings for Les Petites Fables, signed A Hatch 1998.
1 6 Sheila by Carolee Goldstein and Allene Hatch, 2nd draft, etc.
1 7 Speak for Yourself, Priscilla, by Allene Shirley [pseud. for Shirley Bird and Allene Hatch] Typed ms. (carbon) with TL, August 19,1977, from Bird to Hatch.
1 8 The Kitchen, and For All Those Born Prior to 1940, typed mss., Oct., 1989, n.d.]
1 9 Mash Note [re Nigel Hawthorne] Typed ms. S. Allene G. Hatch, with TLS (carbon) to Anne Hurley, Los Angeles Times, offering article for sale. Also a draft ms., dated Feb. 8, 1995.
1 10 Ode to Tel Hador. Typed ms.: Allene Hatch, David Owen, and Kate Osborn, and A.Ms. [Allene Hatch] 2 p.
1 11 7th Regiment Armory (ms., notes). Notebook, also includes Scenic Hudson notes. Dear Franny [Reese] Happy 80th Birthday! Ms.,6 p. Honoria Alice Livingston McVitty, Typed ms. 2 photo copies, one with autograph corrections; the other signed Allene G. Hatch. [ca. 2000?] 4 p. Life in a One Room Schoolhouse, report of a talk given by AGH, June 13 [2000?]
1 12 Dear Franny [Reese] Happy 80th Birthday!
1 13 Honoria Alice Livingston McVitty
1 14 Life in a One Room Schoolhouse
1 15 Matilda - Short Story draft

Social-Political Activity

Box Folder
1 16 Rockefeller (Larry) for U.S. Senate, 1992
1 17 Republicans for Clinton, 1992-1996
1 18 Pro-choice material - Ms. draft of speech, notes, background material [ca. 1992-1996]
1 19 Opposition to Mining in Clermont, NY, Township - letters, newsletters, notes (a. ms.) 1993

Best of Times - Whole Manuscripts

Box Folder
2 1 The Best of Times / Allene Hatch. Make up of dust jacket, 6x9". San Jose, etc. Writers Club Press, c.2000. v, 303 p. With correction pages and extra dust jackets. 22 named, but unnumbered pages. 1 correction to content page.
2 2 The Best of Times by Allene Gaty Hatch, c. 1999. 22 chapters, 132 p. Labelled "Final ms. before publishing."
2 3 The Best of Times by Allene Gaty Hatch. 347 p. 22 Chapters. Accompanied by Lurching into Cyberspace (11 p.) and copy of note to Bow, August 15, 1999, enclosing article about getting book published. Folder marked "Edited Ms. Sent to printer."
2 4 The Best of Times; a Memoir by Allene Hatch. Accord, NY. Vivisphere Publishing, c. 1999. "Advance Uncorrected Reader's Proof." With note by AG on the quality of the proof and ALS to publisher, May 29, 1999, enclosing typed ms., Chapter XIV-XII, Finale, numbered 226 - 347 in pencil. Chapters apparently used to set type for proof.
2 5 The Best of Times by Allene Gaty Hatch [4 l]163 ll. (Chapter 1-9) 22 named and numbered Chapters in Table of Contents.
3 6 Typed ms., Chapter I. Hollywood - XIII. Pope John XXIII (msg. 9-10), 225 p (msg. 147-163). Each chapter numbered separately. "Done Eliz, edited." Ms. Table of Contents.
3 7 Typed ms., Chapter IX-XXII. Each chapter numbered separately. "Done Eliz, edited."
3 8 The Best of Times [Princes, Popes, and Presidents marked through] Chapters 1-8, 146 p. Folder marked "New ms." Numbered 10 in ink.
3 9 Typed ms. Chapter VIII-XXII, p. 60-255. "Master copy." This is a draft that was submitted to AGH's Writer's Circle class for criticism by fellow students. The student comments have been inserted between the chapters. The actual chapters submitted to and returned by the students are not retained.
3 10 Typed ms., Chapter IV-XXII, p. 22-255. "Original draft."

Best Of Times - Early Versions

Box Folder
4 1 Memoirs. Alden and Me. Typed ms., 19 p. Minor revisions. Signed Allene Hatch.
4 2 Memoirs (editors notes and suggestions in letter form)
4 3 Memoirs. Chapter I-II. Typed ms. in two different typefaces. 12 p.
4 4 The Way It Really Was. Chapter I-II, 20 p. Begins John Foster Dulles Winked at Me." Chapter II on Alden. Marked Original.
4 5 The Way It Really Was. Draft edited by Jim McGowan (photocopy)
4 6 John Foster Dulles Winked at Me. 13 p.2nd draft. Includes biographical sketch of Allene, ca. 1992.
4 7 Backstage at History. Chapter 1. 9, 8 pp. Marked " 3rd draft," "4th draft."
4 8 Outline of the Rest of Front Row on History (One typed and 1 handwritten version)
4 9 Front Row on History (Backstage at History marked out) Chapter 1, 7 p. Extensive revisions from "4th draft."
4 10 Outline of the Rest of Front Row on History. Multiple drafts. Autograph revisions.
4 11 Front Row on History. Chapter I. Typed ms., 9 p; autograph ms. 27 p. 3rd draft, with letter to R. Nathan, 16 p.
4 12 Lots of Luck. Chapter I-II. 26 p.
4 13 Lots of Luck. Chapters I-IV, 41 p. and "Remainder of Book."
4 14 Reserved Seats" for History, / Allene G. Hatch. Chapter I. 25 p. Cher chapter, [Hollywood]
4 15 Reserved Seats" for History, / Allene G. Hatch. "Old." Chapter I. 27 p. Cher chapter [Hollywood]; Biographical sketch of AGH, 2 p.; unidentified chapter, p. 29-49 [missing p. 28]
4 16 Reserved Seats" for History, / Allene G. Hatch. 25 p. incomplete. "4th ed., a classic RR."
4 17 Outline of the rest of "Reserved Seats for History." 9 p.
4 18 History and Me, / Allene G. Hatch. Chapter 1-II [40] p.
4 19 Outline of the rest of "History and Me"
4 20 History and Me, / Allene G. Hatch. Chapter I, 27 p.
4 21 Mamie [Eisenhower] chapter. A.ms., notes.

Best of Times - Miscellaneous Documents

Box Folder
5 1 Best of Times - Publicity (notes, write-ups, letters)
5 2 Best of Times - Excerpts and Short Timeline
5 3 Best of Times - Interview Notes
5 4 Agreement with Ruth Nathan, Jan. 17, 1998, and Correspondence, 1999
5 5 Correspondence with Peter Cooper (Vivisphere)
5 6 Correspondence re publicity for Best of Times, 2000
5 7 Correspondence re Address at the Woodrow Wilson House, 1999-2000
5 8 Correspondence re Best of Times - William Buckley, Jr., etc., 1999-2000.
5 9 Note cards used by AGH in presentations re Best of Times.
5 10 Speech at Marymount College, Oct. 25 [2000] re Best of Times.
5 11 Visit to the Clare Booth Luce Institute, Washington - Correspondence and Excerpt from Best of Times in the Institute's Newsletter, 2000
5 12 Wilbur, Elizabeth Anne - Correspondence
5 13 Woodrow Wilson House Speech and Vignette of Mrs. Woodrow Wilson
5 14 Biographical sketches of Allene Hatch and press releases, notes, and document re publication of and publicity for Best of Times.
5 15 Best of Times Publicity Kit, prepared by Frank Promotion [2000]
5 16 The Best of Times (promotional VHS)
5 17 The Best of Times ( 2 sets of bound page proofs)

Merry Widow (Better Late)

Box Folder
6 1 Better Late - Outlines for Chapters IV-XII [ca. 1998] 2 variant drafts, 4, 8 pp.
6 2 Better Late, or More Fun after Fifty, a Widow's Tale by Allene G. Hatch. Ch. 1-4. 57 p., outline, 4-12, letter to agent, Laura Langlie, Dec. 20, 2000. Begins "I studied the dark woodwork of the Columbia University chapel."
6 3 Better Late - a Widow's Tale by Allene G. Hatch. "Edited." Chapter 1-5, 74 p.
6 4 Better Late, Chapter V- XII, p.58(69)-154, 10 p. Ch. V begins " By now Dennis was so intrigued."
6 5 Better Late - a Widow's Tale by Allene G. Hatch. Stamped: Ruth Nathan. Ch 1-III, 38 p. Variant chapter II-III, p. 19-49; Outline for Better Late, IV-XI, 7 p. Chapter XII, 11 p.
6 6 Better Late - a Widow's Tale. 12 chapters, 125 p.
6 7 [Merry Widow, Old Chapter II, from folder] Better Late - a Widow's Tale. Begins "I looked out the car window," 14 p.; (2) Merry Widow, Chapter I-II. 13 p.; (3) Outline for Better Late: A Widow's Tale, "Old Outline," Ch II-XII.
6 8 Merry Widow, Outline, 11 p.; Chapter I-III, p. 1-21, beginning "I certainly never expected to spend my declining years."; Chapter IV, 28-44; Chapter V, 58-73; Chapter VII, 87-94; Chapter XI, p. 12-15; [6] unnumbered pages; A.ms. Outline, Chap. II.
6 9 Merry Widow. "Working copy. 1st Outline," 17 p. Chapters 1-3.
6 10 Merry Widow. "Knowing that Mike took care of everything important," fragment 19 (3-21 p.)
6 11 [Merry Widow] Chapter IV ( "John Woodruff was a bore." p 28-44. Note from Ruth Nathan.)
6 12 Merry Widow. Starting Life again at Fifty, by Allene G. Hatch. 4 p. "Tears Streaming down My Face. "
6 13 Merry Widow. Smoking Pot with "No No," 4 p.
6 14 Merry Widow. Outline, Ch IV-IX, Epilogue (for "The Ploy"?)
6 15 Merry Widow. The Ploy ("The Meal Ticket" marked through), Chapters 1-8, 82 p, beginning, "There was a discrete bronze urn."
6 16 Merry Widow. Fragment, "There was a discrete bronze urn," 1-7 p., 17-23
6 17 Merry Widow. Meal Ticket - A.Ms.
6 18 Merry Widow. Miscellaneous Notes.
7 1 Better Late - Personal Notes and related article from Publisher's Weekly
7 2 Better Late - Short Summary
7 3 Better Late - Chapter III (Replete with lamb and mashed potatoes?" (drafts)
7 4 Better Late/Merry Widow - Chapter X-XI (drafts)
7 5 Better Late/Merry Widow - Chapter VII
7 6 Better Late - Outline (early draft)
7 7 Merry Widow - Outline
7 8 Merry Widow - "Original without additions to Chapter 1 and Chapter 12"
7 9 Merry Widow - Chapter II with corrections ("Tim Bigelow was another family?"

Menopause Can Be Fun

Box Folder
7 10 Menopause Can Be Fun - Photocopy of Novel
7 11 Menopause - Letter to Oprah Winfrey Productions

Illustrations and Video Tapes

Box Folder
8 1 50 Ways to Lose Your Lover by Allene Hatch. Illustrated title page in pencil and 53 ink, or pencil drawings, mostly on 9x12" tracing papers. Some duplication (different versions of same drawing.) Some numbered. Some signed Allene Hatch [19]94; others unsigned.
8 2 50 Ways to Lose Your Lover by Allene Hatch. Approximately 60 Xerox copies of drawings. Approximately 37 are copies of drawings, or similar to versions to drawings in no. 1. Approximately 23 are "originals," i.e. no hand drawn copy exists in the collection. In portfolio with notes. Copy of letter to Villard Books, offering for publication, Aug. 10, 1994.
8 3 Things Could Get Worse. 13 drawings, or photocopies of drawings of animals. Some signed A. Hatch.
8 4 Drawing and reproduction of cartoon "For Frank [A] from Allene," June '00. Cf. Woodrow Wilson House speech.
8 5 I Love New York, illustrated narrative, "done for great great niece, Anna" [2002]
8 6 Political Sketches and Chelsea Sketches; sketch book including cartoon relating to the 1996 Presidential race, "Dole Marches to a Different Dirge," Allene G. Hatch '96.
8 7 Sketch of proposed cove for the Best of Times, with note to Peter [Cooper] Jan. 4, 1999.
8 8 Drawings, originals and photocopies, of an unidentified court room scene and of New York political figures, including Alfonso d'Amato, 1992, and Rudy Guiliani, 1992-1995.
8 9 Gotham Revisited. Typed ms., Poem, "Ivana Tramp loved being the richest dog in New York City," with pencil illustration.
8 10 Miscellaneous drawings - Approximately 25 unidentified pen and ink drawings, some Xeroxed.
8 11 Prints made from drawings for Christmas cards, etc.
8 12 Sketches with captions
8 13 Sketched greeting cards - "Quartermile" Clermont Farms Pony Race (1986)
8 14 Loose leaf sketches and poem
8 15 Sketches on trace paper
8 16 Here Today, Gone Tomorrow/ Truck Stop. American Chronicles. VHS 30 minutes. Includes quote from Circus King by Alden Hatch.
8 17 Ringling Bros. Promotional Trailer. VHS.

Notebooks

Box Folder
9 1 Chap II Revised Alden Book [Background]
9 2 1952 Election
9 3 [More Politics]. Clinton Republicans
9 4 Mamie Eisenhower; Roxanne (story); One Room School House
9 5 Mamie Eisenhower, etc.
9 6 Clare Booth Luce; Larry Rockefeller campaign
9 7 Bob Briscoe; correspondence drafts
9 8 Ringling North
9 9 North and Mountbatten
9 10 Mrs. Woodrow Wilson
9 11 Mrs. Woodrow Wilson; Little Yellow School House (autobiographical)
9 12 Pope John 23
9 13 Holland; P. B.
9 14 Mountbatten White House Visit, 1995
9 15 Last of Mountbattens and Krishna
9 16 Byrds and Lodges
9 17 Coretta Scott King; Wadsworth and France
9 18 [Bucky Fuller]
9 19 Best of Times - Various chapters
9 20 Best of Times - Public Relations (1)
9 21 Best of Times - Public Relations (1)
9 22 Merry Widow start (includes Best of Times material)
9 23 Merry Widow, Chapter 1 (also Best of Times material)
9 24 Merry Widow (Old and new chapter 1)
9 25 Better Late (Merry Widow) Chapter 1
9 26 Merry Widow (Chapter 4-6)
9 27 Merry Widow, Chapter 6-7
9 28 Better Late, Chapter 6
9 29 Better Late, Chapter 12
9 30 [The Ploy] labelled "Widow" book
9 31 The Ploy; Scenic Hudson
9 32 [The Ploy]
9 33 Writing Class - Sharon Johnson
9 34 Essay about the Gaty family, etc.
9 35 Miscellaneous notes
9 36 Clinton-Republicans; biographical essay, etc.
9 37 Music notes
9 38 Pro-Choice Material; Correspondence drafts


Selected Subjects and Access Terms

American Express Company.
Bernhard Leopold, Prince, consort of Juliana, Queen of the Netherlands, 1911-2004.
Byrd family.
Curtiss, Glenn Hammond, 1878-1930.
Eisenhower, Dwight D. (Dwight David), 1890-1969.
Eisenhower, Mamie Doud, 1896-
Fuller, R. Buckminster (Richard Buckminster), 1895-
Gaulle, Charles de, 1890-1970.
Hatch family.
Hatch, Alden, 1898-1975.
Hatch, Allene Gaty.
John XXIII, Pope, 1881-1963.
Keene, Foxhall.
King, Martin Luther, Jr., 1929-1968.
Luce, Clare Boothe, 1903-1987.
Menopause.
Mountbatten family.
Nehru family.
Nutchuk, 1903-
Post, Marjorie Merriweather.
Remington Arms Company.
Ringling Brothers.
Roosevelt, Franklin D. (Franklin Delano), 1882-1945.
United States Naval Academy.
Wadsworth family.
Wilson, Edith Bolling Galt, 1872-1961.
Wilson, Woodrow, 1856-1924.



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