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Series 4: Ellen Glasgow Papers

Material gathered by MKR for an intended biography of the 1942 Pulitzer Prize winning author, Glasgow. The documents include correspondence, Rawlings' own manuscript notes, clippings, printed material, and photographs. Many of the letters were copied from correspondence lent Rawlings by Glasgow's family and friends, but some is original, including some of MKR's own correspondence. The series is divided into two parts: general papers and correspondence.


General Papers

A. Material gathered by Marjorie Kinnan Rawlings for the biography of Ellen Glasgow.

Box Folder
1 1 Anderson, Henry --- Speeches and Letters
1 1 Typed copy not addressed--Rome, Jan 1, 1919 (supposedly to R. Williams)-- Account of the reception of King George, Alfred and the King of Italy and President Wilson in Paris--Life in Paris--Description of Rome--Work in the Balkans.
1 1 TC to Randolph Williams--Salonica, April 20, 1919--An account of his trip from Italy and his work in Greece during the war.
1 1 TC to Randolph Williams---Bucharest, July 13, 1919--An account of a reception given for the 4th of July with the presence of the King and Queen.
1 1 TC to his mother--Bucharest, August 2, 1919--Reflections on political matters, specifically Alliance speeches.
1 1 An American Citizen, excerpts from a speech before the Literary Societies and graduating class of Washington and Lee University, June, 1916.
1 1 Address in the Opening State Campaign,--when nominee of the Republican Party for governor of Virginia-- excerpts, Sept. 5, 1921.
1 1 The Solid South--excerpts from speech before the Institute of Public Affairs, Univ. of Virginia, August 19, 1927.
1 2 Criticism of Ellen Glasgow
1 2 Freeman, Douglas Southall: "Ellen Glasgow: Idealist" From The Saturday Review, August 31, 1935.
1 2 Fishwick, Marshall W.: "Ellen Glasgow and American Letters" From The Commonwealth Jan., 1050.
1 2 McCole, C. John: "Lucifer at Large," Longmans, 1937. (Three lives quotations).
1 2 Miss Glasgow Hits Modern Novel Trend From The Richmond Times-Dispatch, 1936.
1 2 What America is Reading From The New York Herald Tribune Books, Feb. 2, 1936.
1 3 Dashiell, Margaret. Richmond Reverie [printed, n.d.]
1 4 Dashiell, Margaret. Watercolors and print (Descriptions are from the versos of the watercolors.)
1 4 The Cabells and the Johnstons, watercolor
1 4 The Lower Market (Richmond), watercolor, 1920
1 4 Old Richmond, Confederate soldier at left, watercolor
1 4 Right-hand side of Ellen's house, watercolor
1 4 Saint John's Churchyard, watercolor, 1918
1 4 [Engraved card with print and poetry dedicated to Ellen Glasgow by the National Humane Review]
1 5 Essays on Ellen Glasgow -- Publications
1 5 Ewing, Majl: "The Civilized Uses of Irony." Univ. of Virginia Studies, v. 4, English Studies in honor of James Southall Wilson (1951) p. 81-91.
1 5 Mann, Dorothea Lawrence: "Ellen Glasgow." Garden City, NY, Doubleday (1928) 42p.
1 5 Sherman, Stuart P.: "The Fighting Edge of Romance." Wings (Sept. 1929).
1 5 Sherman, Stuart P.; Haardt, Sara; Clark, Emily: "Ellen Glasgow: Critical Essays." Garden City, NY, Doubleday (1929).
1 6 An Exchange of Letters (Atlanta Journal, April 26, 1946. Copy Original) Between Glasgow and MKR
1 7 Glasgow -- Genealogy (Chancellor Creed Taylor -- T. C. of some notations made by Ellen Glasgow about the history of the two goblets.)
1 8 Glasgow, Arthur Graham (A letter to the Times written by Arthur Glasgow explaining the maternal name Gholson used by Ellen Glasgow.)
1 9 Glasgow, Arthur G. -- Pamphlets
1 9 The American Way of Life and World Leadership, July, 1947.
1 9 The complete address by Hon. Frank Knox and extracts of Henry L. Stimson and Eisenhower, reproduced by Arthur G. Glasgow to promote peace and goodwill on earth concerning national defense. April, 1951.
1 9 Concerning Human Equality. April, 1951.
1 9 False War Prosperity and Strikes in Restraint of Trade. June, 1946, Va.
1 9 Letters to The New York Times, opposing mandatory joint income tax returns by married couples living together. August, 1943.
1 9 Making Democracy and the World Mutually Safe. June, 1943.
1 9 The Premises of the Declaration of Independence and Their Consequences. Nov., 1946.
1 9 Restore Equality Before the Law, n.d.
1 9 Sequel to Making Democracy and the World Mutually Safe, Feb., 1944.
1 9 Six Letters Concerning Better Government, Nov., 1945.
1 9 Unrestricted Suffrage and Its consequences, June, 1948.
1 10 Glasgow, Ellen -- Articles and Book Reviews (typed copies - Reel 11)
1 10 Heroes and Monsters The Saturday Review, May, 1935 (2 copies)
1 10 One Way to Write Novels The Saturday Review, Dec., 22, 1945
1 10 What I Believe The Nation, v. 136, no. 3536, April 12, 1933
1 10 George Santayana Writes a 'Novel' New York Herald Tribune Books review, Feb. 2, 1936
1 10 A Memorable Novel of the Old Deep South: So Red the Rose by Stark Young. New York Herald Tribune Books review, July 22.
1 10 Portrait of a Famous and Much Loved Dog: Flush: A Biography by Virginia Woolf. New York Herald Tribune Books review, Oct. 8, 1933.
1 11 Glasgow, Ellen -- Award and Honors Conferred to Her
1 11 Election to the American Academy
1 11 List of honors conferred to her
1 11 North Carolina University -- Doctor of Literature
1 11 Richmond University, Richmond, Va. -- Doctor of Laws
1 12 Glasgow, Ellen -- Bibliography
1 12 Egly, William H.: Bibliography of Ellen Anderson Gholson Glasgow 7pp.
1 12 Reader's Guide 3pp.
1 12 Richmond, University of Richmond Library 3pp.
1 12 Throckmorton (Miss) Cards 2pp.
1 13 Glasgow, Ellen -- Childhood
1 13 List of Miss Lucy Mumford's school children
1 13 Scrivenor, Lucy--Diary of a Richmond Child
1 14 Glasgow, Ellen--Chronology (Typed copies)
1 14 Correspondence with A. Glasgow, made by MKR 4pp.
1 14 Novels, made by MKR 3pp.
1 15 Glasgow, Ellen -- Estate and Bequests of
1 15 Estate of Ellen Glasgow (2 typed copies)
1 15 Dogs move into Valentine Museum (typed copy from Richmond Times - Dispatch, May 19, 1946)
1 15 Many Bequests (typed copy from Richmond News Leader, Dec. 3, 1945)
1 16 Correspondence About Bequests:
1 16 Baskerville, J.H. TLS to Mr. Randolph Maynard. April 1, 1946
1 16 Glasgow, Arthur. TC to Anne Virginia Bennett. December 28, 1945
1 16 Glasgow, Arthur. TC to A.V. Bennett. January 14, 1946
1 16 Glasgow, Ellen. TC to A.V. Bennett. April 24, 1944
1 16 Glasgow, Ellen. TC to Rebe and A.V. Bennett. October 31, 1944
1 16 Glasgow, Ellen. TC to A.V. Bennett. January 17, 1945
1 16 Glasgow, Ellen. TC Private to Rebe and A.V. Bennett. October 23, 1945
1 16 Williams, Randolph. TC to Arthur Glasgow. May 13, 1947
1 16 Williams (?). TC to A. Glasgow. Unfinished. May 13, 1947
1 17 Glasgow, Ellen -- Death
1 17 List of newspapers that carried obituaries for Ellen Glasgow.
1 17 Two letters sent by Arthur Glasgow to the Times, Jan. 24 and March 13, 1946.
1 18 Glasgow, Ellen -- Notebook Given to MKR by Anne Virginia Bennett [Not found, March 23, 1999. ]
1 19 Glasgow, Ellen -- Memorial
1 19 Anderson, Henry W. Nov. 23, 1945. TC to Arthur Glasgow. A sympathy card for the death of Ellen and proposing to give or let him purchase the house of 1 West Main to be given to the Museum of Fine Arts or to Virginia Historical Society.
1 19 Anderson, Henry W. Nov. 26, 1945. TC to Arthur Glasgow. Thanks for accepting his suggestion about the memorial with such generous and gracious attitude.
1 19 Anderson, Henry W. Dec. 4, 1945. TC to Arthur Glasgow. In view of the distribution of the contents of the house of 1 West Main Street made by E. Glasgow it is better to defer any further action concerning the memorial.
1 19 Anderson, Henry W. Jan. 4, 1946. TC to Arthur Glasgow about memorial and family conflicts he wants to avoid
1 19 Anderson, Henry W. Jan. 25, 1946. TC to Arthur Glasgow. About Ellen Glasgow's memorial.
1 19 Glasgow, Arthur. Jan. 9, 1945. TC to Henry Anderson. enclosing copies of letters including the one with the conversation they both had the night before.
1 19 Glasgow, Arthur. Nov. 23, 1945. TC to Henry Anderson. Greatly pleased to donate 1 West Main to either organization he mentioned provided that the maintenance will be done by the organization.
1 19 Glasgow, Arthur. Nov. 27, 1945. TC to Henry Anderson. Agreeing to contribute in every way possible to Ellen's memorial. Includes two clauses that condition the turnover of the property for the museum.
1 19 Glasgow, Arthur. Dec. 6, 1945. TC to Henry Anderson. Difficulties for friends and family to resign their rights in favor of Ellen's memorial. He is inclined to undertake personally to contribute such a memorial.
1 19 Glasgow, Arthur. Dec. 18, 1945. TC to Henry Anderson. Rebe recovered from shock, wrote him about complications about contents of 1 West Main Street.
1 19 Glasgow, Arthur. Jan. 21, 1946. TC to Henry W. Anderson. Enclosing letters in regard to memorial.
1 19 Glasgow, Arthur. June 2, 1953. TC to Mrs. C. Cabell Tutwiler. About restoring Ellen Glasgow's study.
1 19 Haw, Warfield C. Dec. 30, 1952 -- APVA. TC to Arthur Glasgow. With copy of minutes of called Dec. meeting of APVA in order to receive $20,000 gift from Arthur Glasgow.
1 19 Tutwiler, C. Cabell. Nov. 27,. 1945. TC to Arthur Glasgow. About how Rebe feels about the memorial.
1 19 Tutwiler, C. Cabell. Oct. 22, 1945. TLS to MKR. enclosing copies of letters about Ellen Glasgow's memorial.
1 19 Tutwiler, Mrs. C. Cabell. Dec. 15, 1945. TC to Arthur Glasgow. About memorial. (Rebe)
1 19 Tutwiler, Mrs. C. Cabell. Dec. 31, 1945. TC to Arthur Glasgow. About memorial. (Rebe)
1 19 Tutwiler, Mrs. C. Cabell. Jan. 1, 1946. TC to Arthur Glasgow. About memorial. (Rebe)
1 19 Tutwiler, Mrs. C. Cabell. May 1, 1953. TC to Mrs. James Branch Cabell. About memorial. (Rebe)
1 19 Tutwiler, Mrs. C. Cabell. May 26, 1953. TC to Arthur Glasgow. Referring to the memorial and to a letter you Mrs. J. B. Cabell. (Rebe)
1 19 From the offices of APVA to thank Arthur Glasgow for his gift of $20,000.
1 19 Excerpt from the President's annual report to the APVA, January 6, 1953.
1 19 Saving by using TC of the editorial from Richmond News - Leader, Dec. 10, 1947.
1 20 Glasgow, Ellen -- Poems
1 20 "The Call" Copy from Collier Magazine, July 27 (no year given)
1 20 "France, 1916" TS 1 p.
1 20 "France, 1916" TC
1 20 "The Freeman" and other By Ellen Glasgow. A typed copy of her so-called book, published in NY, Doubleday, 1902.
1 20 "The Immortal" TC of the poem hand written by Ellen Glasgow on 3 empty pages before half-titles in Robert Tunstall's copy of "The Freeman and Other Poems".
1 20 "To Josephine" Copy of poem in Ellen Glasgow's writing, in front of Josephine Clarke's Hans Christian Anderson.
1 20 No Title. Copy of poem in Ellen Glasgow's writing, in her own copy of The Illiad.
1 20 No Title. Copy of poem hand-written by Ellen Glasgow on fly-leaf of presentation copy of "The Freeman and Other Poems" to Rebe Gordon Glasgow.
1 21 Glasgow, Ellen Summary of her life works, awards and appreciations. TC 3pp.
1 22 Glasgow, Ellen -- Tributes Paid After Her Death -- Speeches (typed copies)
1 22 Brooks, Van Wyck. "Appreciation of Ellen Glasgow" -- In the annual meeting of the American Academy of Art and Letters, May 17, 1946.
1 22 Mims, Edwin. "Ellen Glasgow: Social Historian of Virginia" (Correspondence about this speech -- Arthur Glasgow and E. Randolph Williams -- 5 letters)
1 22 Tutwiler, Carrington C. "Ellen Glasgow; the writer as Reader" -- Delivered in Glasgow home (Letter to Arthur Glasgow, Letter from Arthur Glasgow)
1 23 Glasgow, Ellen: Home and Work -- Articles and Interviews
1 23 Conrad's Virginiaties Excerpt typed from Richmond Times - Dispatch, Dec. 4, 1949.
1 23 Ellen Glasgow Deplores Real Estaters and Dry Spies. By Burton Rascoe. Copy of a clipping that does not show newspaper or date.
1 23 Miss Glasgow at Home. Field, Louise Maunsell. Typed excerpt from New York Times Book Review and Magazine, July 30, 1922.
1 23 Ellen Glasgow's Arrow. Overton, Grant. Typed excerpt from The Bookman, 1925.
1 23 The Thousand Dollar Dog. Typed excerpt. Probably from Richmond Times - Dispatch, May 6, 1952 and a poem.
1 23 Literary Map of Glasgow's Virginia. Turner, T. Preston (Mrs.) and Wilkins, W. E. (Mrs.) Photocopy from Richmond News Leader, Dec. 12, 1951.
1 23 An Interview with Miss Ellen Glasgow. Van Gelder, Robert. Typed excerpt from the New York Times Book Review, Oct. 18, 1942.
1 23 Miss Ellen: Rebel Against Regimentation. Vincent, Stephen and Rosemary Benet. Typed excerpt from New York Herald Tribune Books, Nov. 17, 1940.
1 23 Visit to Ellen Glasgow ends these that Recluse Legend. Typed excerpt from a newspaper, "The PH__ " (only letters shown of the paper) March? 20, 1938.
1 23 Work and Friends Make Life Interesting for Miss Glasgow. Typed excerpt from the Richmond Times - Dispatch, March 20, 1938.
1 24 Miscellaneous (Collected by MKR)
1 24 Acknowledgement to Ellen Glasgow for $25 given to Bide-a-Wee Pet Animal Cemetery.
1 24 Christmas Card signed by Ellen Glasgow.
1 24 Galsworthy, John. Foreword to Green Mansions, by W. H. Hudson.
1 24 List of addresses made by MKR.
1 24 Listing of Ellen Glasgow's collection of old English porcelain and pottery dogs, signed by her.
1 24 Notes of the breeding of the Ground Dove in Florida. With a note on the cover for MKR signed by Ellen Glasgow.
1 24 Statement by Ellen Glasgow on monogrammed stationary of Mary Johnson. TC re: Women's Suffrage.
1 24 Trust-fund sources.
1 25 Copyright Information

B. Interviews, Personal.

Notes made during personal interviews with friends and relatives of Ellen Glasgow in Richmond, VA., February and March, 1953. The majority of these notes are typed on 4 x 5 cards.


Box Folder
2 1 Bibliography. Citations for books and reviews by, about or read by Ellen Glasgow. (25 typed cards)
2 2 Genealogy; A. G. Glasgow. (1p. ss 8 1/2 x 11)
2 3 Glasgow House, Plan of. (3 cards)
2 4 Memoir: Notes from. (46 cards)
2 5 People to be contacted. (11 cards)
2 6 Questions to be asked. (11 cards)
2 7 Anderson, Henry. (22 cards)
2 8 Bennett, Anne Virginia. (25 cards)
2 9 Brown, Dr. Alexander. (2 cards)
2 10 Cabell, James Branch. (8 cards)
2 11 Cabell, Margaret. (3 cards)
2 12 Clarke, Josephine. (2 cards)
2 13 Collins, Dr. John [About]. (1 card)
2 14 Dashiell, Mrs. Parker. (6 cards)
2 15 Duke, Carrie. (9 cards)
2 16 Freeman, Douglas. (4 cards)
2 17 Glasgow, Anne [About]. (2 cards)
2 18 Glasgpow, Arthur. (19 cards)
2 19 Glasgow, Francis T. [About]. (2 cards)
2 20 Glasgow, Frank [About]. (1 card)
2 21 Glasgow, Margaret [About]. (1 card)
2 22 Handy, [May] [About]. (1 card)
2 23 Hull, Maud. (1 card)
2 24 James, (E's cook). (1 card)
2 25 Lee, Mary [About]. (1 card)
2 26 Porter, Dr. William. (2 cards)
2 27 Roberts, Dean. (1 card)
2 28 Scott, Mary W. (1 card)
2 29 Mrs. Scrivenor. (5 cards)
2 30 Stagg, Hunter. (6 cards)
2 31 Miss Throckmorton. (1 card)
2 32 Mrs Trigg. (3 cards)
2 33 Tutwiler, Rebe. (9 cards)
2 34 Van Doren, Irita. (20 cards)
2 35 Van Vechten, Carl. (1 card)
2 36 Wellford, Roberta. (11 cards)
2 37 Williams, Miss Francis. (6 cards)
2 38 Williams, Maude. (29 cards)

C. Reviews and Clippings on Ellen Glasgow's Books and Life (Includes Typed Copies)

Box Folder
2 1 The Last Cry of Romance: BARREN GROUND. by Cabell, James Branch. From The Nation, v. 120, no. 3122, 1925.
2 1 The Fighting Edge of Romance: BARREN GROUND. by Sherman, Stuart P. From New York Herald Tribune Books, April 9, 1925.
2 2 Ellen Glasgow's literary credo: A CERTAIN MEASURE. by Basso, Hamilton. From New York Times Book Review, Oct. 17, 1943.
2 2 Ellen Glasgow's best book: A CERTAIN MEASURE. by Cabell, James Brench. From the Richmond Times-Dispatch, Dec. 5, 1943.
2 2 A Novelist's faith: A CERTAIN MEASURE. by Krutch, Joseph Wood. From The Nation, Oct. 16, 1943.
2 2 Most revealing prefaces: A CERTAIN MEASURE. by Van Vechten, Carl. From New York Herald Tribune Weekly Book Review, Oct. 17, 1943.
2 3 A Generation not lost but running away: IN THIS OUR LIFE. by Becker, Mary Lamberton. From New York Herald Tribune Books, March 30, 1941.
2 3 Miss Glasgow makes departure: IN THIS OUR LIFE. by Britton, Beverly. From the Richmond Times- Dispatch, March 30, 1941.
2 3 Product of the tragic muse: IN THIS OUR LIFE. by Jones, Howard Muniford. From The Saturday Review of Literature, Vol. XXIII, no. 25, New York March 29, 1941.
2 4 A Southern skeptic: THE OLD DOMINION EDITION OF THE WORKS OF ELLEN GLASGOW. by Mencken, H. L. From "The Library" in the American Mercury. (no date shown)
2 4 Prefaces to destruction: THE OLD DOMINION EDITION OF THE WORKS OF ELLEN GLASGOW. by Young, Stark. From The New Republic, June 7,1933
2 5 Ellen Glasgow's South: THE SHELTERED LIFE. by Fadiman, Clifton. From The New Republic, August 31, 1932.
2 5 Deep South Notes: THE SHELTERED LIFE. (Signature does not appear) The New Republic, Sept. 7, 1932.
2 6 Wit and wisdom in a new novel by Ellen Glasgow: THEY STOOPED TO FOLLY. by Hutchinson, Percy. From The New York Times Book Reviews, August, 4, 1929.
2 7 Valor and blind courage: VEIN OF IRON. by Boyd, James. From The Saturday Review of Literature, August 31, 1953.
2 7 Ellen Glasgow's fine tribute to courage: VEIN OF IRON. by Canfield, Dorothy. From The New York Times Herald Tribune Books, Sept. 1, 1935.
2 8 The novels of Ellen Glasgow: THE VIRGINIA EDITION OF THE WORKS OF ELLEN GLASGOW. by Adams, Donald J. From The New York Book Review, Dec. 18, 1938.
2 8 Ellen Glasgow: Witty, wise, and civilized: THE VIRGINIA EDITION OF THE WORKS OF ELLEN GLASGOW. by Jones, Howard Mumford. From The New York Herald Tribune Books, July 24, 1938.
2 8 Ellen Glasgow: Ironic Tragedian: THE VIRGINIA EDITION OF THE WORKS OF ELLEN GLASGOW. by Canby, Seidel Henry. From The Saturday Review of Literature, Sept. 10, 1938.
2 8 Ellen Glasgow and her progress in ten years. by Wilcox, Louise Collier. From The New York Times, March 1, 1908
2 9 Seminar on Ellen Glasgow in the Richmond Area University Center - Adams, Donald J. Address given at the opening meeting of the seminar, Jan. 16, 1950.
2 9 Seminar on Ellen Glasgow in the Richmond Area University Center - Article in The Richmond Times - Dispatch, Jan. 17, 1950, about the seminar.
2 9 Seminar on Ellen Glasgow in the Richmond Area University Center - Clipping of The Richmond Times-Dispatch with pictures of the writers participating in the seminar and commentaries.
2 9 Seminar on Ellen Glasgow in the Richmond Area University Center - Two letters from Arthur Glasgow to Mr. Herbert W. K. Fitzroy about the seminar.
2 10 Society for Prevention of Cruelty to Animals - Ellen Glasgow's Message
2 10 Society for Prevention of Cruelty to Animals - Ellen Glasgow's Report
2 10 Society for Prevention of Cruelty to Animals - Ellen Glasgow's Creed (poem)
2 11a The Builders, 1919. Dallas News, Texas. Nov. 23, 1919. Dispatch, Pittsburgh. Nov. 19, 1919. Eagle, Brooklyn, New York, Nov. 1, 1919. Herald, Boston, MA, Nov. 8, 1919. New York Herald, New York, Nov. 16, 1919. Knickerbocker Press, Nov. 16, 1919. New York Times, New York, Nov. 2, 1919. New York World, New York, Nov. 2, 1919. Philadelphia Inquirer, PA, Nov. 4, 1919. Republic, Saint Louis, MO, Nov. 10, 1919. Philadelphia North American, PA, Nov. 1, 1919. Globe Democrat, St. Louis, MO, Nov. 1, 1919. Philadelphia Press, PA, Nov. 1, 1919. Philadelphia Public Ledger, PA, Nov. 22, 1919. Enquirer, Cincinnati, OH, Nov. 22, 1919. Post, Houston, TX, Nov. 23, 1919. Free Press, Detroit, MI, Nov. 23, 1919. Republican, Springfield, MA, Dec. 7, 1919. Star, Montreal, Nov. 22, 1919. Sun, Baltimore, MD, Dec. 6, 1919. The Continent, Chicago, IL, Dec. 4, 1919. Dispatch, Columbus, OH, Dec. 7, 1919. Times-Star, Cincinnati, OH, Nov. 12, 1919. Salt Lake Herald, Utah, Nov. 15, 1919. Union, Springfield, MA, Nov. 16, 1919. Transcript, Boston, MA, Nov. 1, 1919. Traveler, Boston, MA, Nov. 19, 1919. Tribune, Chicago, IL, Nov. 22, 1919. Times, Los Angeles, CA, Nov. 23, 1919.
2 11b The Builders, 1919 (Photocopies)
2 12a One Man in His Time, 1922. Bookman, London, Sept., 1922. Daily News, London, Sept. 8, 1922. Daily Telegraph, London, Aug. 25, 1922. Evening Ledger, Philadelphia, PA, Sept. 1, 1922. Madras Mail, Sept. 22, 1922. Chronicle, San Francisco (?), 1922. (?) Gazette, Little Rock, AR, Sept. 10, 1922. Philadelphia Record, Philadelphia, PA, Sept. 24, 1922. Plain Dealer, Cleveland, OH, June 24, 1922. Republican, Springfield, MA, July 9, 1922. Northern Whig, Belfast, Sept. 20, 1922. Star-News, Pasadena, CA, Sept. 11, 1922. Sussex Daily News, Brighton, Aug. 25, 1922. Sussex Daily News, Brighton, Aug. 22, 1922. Western Morning News, Plymouth, Aug. 18, 1922. The Englishman, Calcutta, Oct. 9, 1922. Time and Tide, London, Sept. 15, 1922. Times, El Paso, TX, June 4, 1922. Town Topics, New York, Sept. 14, 1922. Truth, London, Aug. 30, 1922. Chronicle Democrat, Rochester, NY, Aug. 27, 1922. The Western Home Monthly. Winnepeg, Canada, Aug., 1922. Yorkshire Post, Leed, Oct. 18, 1922. Tid Bits, London, Oct. 11, 1922. The Lady, London, Oct. 12, 1922.
2 12b One Man in His Time, 1922 (Photocopies)
2 13a Miscellaneous Clippings. Books in the News (n.d.); Ellen Glasgow's portrait -Chronicle, San Francisco (July 2, 1922); Talking shop with an author -Evening Post, Washington (May 2, 1918); Mrs. Arthur Glasgow -London Times (Aug. 30, 1952) Mrs. Arthur Glasgow -London Times (Sept. 26, 1952); An Old Rockbridge Mansion -Buena Vista (Dec. 14, 1934)
2 13b Miscellaneous Clippings (Photocopies)

D. Photographs

Box
2 Glasgow, Arthur -- White Sulphur Springs, 1901
2 Glasgow,, Ellen -- White Sulphur Springs, 1901
2 Glasgow, Ellen -- September 1929, issue of "Wings", page 11, photograph of Ellen Glasgow seated at a dinner party in the Cabell's home. Also included are: Mr. and Mrs.
2 James Branch Cabell, Burton Rascoe, and Elliot White Springs.
2 Glasgow, Ellen -- Father -- White Sulphur Springs, 1901
2 Glasgow, Ellen -- Home, landscape photograph, Richmond, Virginia, Post Card (2)
2 Glasgow, Ellen -- Home, Dining Room, Interior
2 Glasgow, Ellen -- Home, Back Drawing Room, Interior
2 Glasgow, Ellen -- Home, Front Drawing Room, Interior
2 Glasgow, Ellen -- Home, Front Drawing room, Interior
2 Glasgow, Ellen -- Home, Library, Interior
2 Glasgow, Ellen
2 Glasgow, Ellen and others?
2 Landscape photograph?

Ellen Glasgow Correspondence

All letters, telegrams and postcards are copies typed from the original if not otherwise stated. The copies of the letters have been provided to MKR in great part by Arthur G. Glasgow and friends of Ellen Glasgow.


Box Folder
3 1 June 9, 1953. Anderson, Henry. TL with envelope to MKR. Thanks for a box of mangoes.
3 1 March 5, 1953. Anderson, Henry. TLS to MKR. Thanks for box of flowers. Comments about Mrs. Williams.
3 1 Feb. 23, 1953. Anderson, Henry. ALS (his writing?) to MKR. Sending speech of 1916.
3 1 Feb. 19, 1953. Anderson, Henry. TLS to MKR. Received book of E. Glasgow's "One Man On His Time". Nomination for Gov. 1921. Offered his help to her.
3 1 Feb. 18, 1953. Anderson, Henry. ALS to MKR. Asking to give his chauffeur the book they mentioned.
3 1 Feb. 11, 1953. Anderson, Henry. TLS to MKR. Sick, inviting her for lunch later in the week.
3 1 Jan. 6, 1953. Anderson, Henry. TLS to MKR. Commenting on the women's rights.
3 2 Dec. 29, 1952. Anderson, Henry. TLS with envelope to MKR. Thanking her for luncheon in Cross Creek with Mr. Young and for The Sojourner.
3 2 Dec. 9, 1952. Anderson, Henry. TLS to MKR. About his education and Phi Beta Kappa Key decoration.
3 2 Dec. 5, 1952. Anderson, Henry. TLS to MKR. Misinterpretation of his position. Reason why he invited Mrs. Duke for lunch with her.
3 2 Dec. 4, 1952. Anderson, Henry. Telegram to MKR. Excusing himself for not accepting invitation.
3 3 March 20, 1953?. Anderson, Henry. TL to Irita Van Doren. (MS. note indicates that the signature is not his) Thanks for note about visit. Comment on the biography Mrs. Rawlings is about to write.
3 4 Sept. 23, 1940. Bennett, Anne Virginia. A. postcard S. to Margaret Dashiell
3 5 July 14, 1945. Bennett. Anne V. To Arthur Glasgow. Ellen has gained some strength.
3 5 April 16, 1945. Bennett. Anne V. To Arthur Glasgow. Ellen refuses to go to hospital in NY. She will go to Tucker Sanitorium. Thanks for check.
3 5 April 12, 1945. Bennett. Anne V. To Arthur Glasgow. Ellen doesn't get better. Dr. Shield thinks she has to go to N.Y. Too expensive. Encloses letter to Dr. Collins, personal friend of Ellen.
3 5 March 22, 1945. Bennett. Anne V. To Arthur Glasgow. Ellen very sick, but not reason for coming. Thanks for his check.
3 6 July 24, 1953. Bennett. Anne V. ALS to MKR. About cats and the wishes of Ellen Glasgow.
3 6 July 7, 1953. Bennett. Anne V. ALS to MKR. Thanks for mangoes. News about friends.
3 6 May 7, 1953. Bennett. Anne V. ALS to MKR. Not being able to accept invitation. Ellen Glasgow did not want her letters published.
3 6 May 7, 1953. Bennett. Anne V. ALS to MKR., About Ellen Glasgow and her wishes
3 6 April 6, 1953. Bennett. Anne V. ALS to MKR. About pets and what Ellen Glasgow will not like to appear in the biography.
3 6 Feb. 6, 1953. Bennett. Anne V. ALS to MKR. Thank you note.
3 7 Sept. 24, 1952. Bennett. Anne V. ALS to MKR. Telling how glad she is that MKR will write Ellen Glasgow's biography. She will cooperate.
3 8 Jan. 18, 1953. Bocock, Elizabeth. To Arthur Glasgow. About Glasgow's memorial.
3 8 (1953). Bocock, Elizabeth. To Arthur Glasgow. About remodeling the Glasgow House.
3 9 June 1, 1953 [This letter not found, April 1999]. Cabell, Margaret. TLS to MKR. Dr. Freeman's death is loss to city. Hunter Stagg reminded James he has a wonderful collection of E. G.'s letters.
3 10 Dec. 13, 1952. Cabell, Margaret. TLS to MKR. About the house she wants to rent in Richmond.
3 10 Oct. 28, 1952. Cabell, Margaret. TLS to MKR. Plan for her to stay with them and interview H. Anderson.
3 10 Sept. 16, 1952(?). Cabell, Margaret. TLS to MKR. Itita Van Doren and Morley are holding the Ellen Glasgow Autobiography for Henry anderson's death.
3 11 June 20, 1952. Chamberlaine, Alice. To Arthur Glasgow. Resolutions of the executive meeting of APVA.
3 12 Nov. 18, 1953. Clark, Josephine. ALS to MKR. About the pleasure caused by her visit.
3 13 April 8, 1945. Collins, Joseph. To Ellen Glasgow. Asking her to go to N.Y. to place herself in his hands and even paid to expenses to N. Y.
3 14 n.d. Dashiell, Margaret. AS (Print) to MKR. Telling her that she has given all her notes to Richmond University.
3 15 March 23, 1953. Dashiell, Margaret. ALS to MKR. Enclosing a print and a clipping of Archer House that has been said to be the house of "One Man in His Time."
3 16 [1925?]. Doubleday Page and Co,. Telegram to Henry Homer. About Barren Ground, the best seller.
3 17 Dec. 4, 1953. Duke, Carrie. ALS to MKR. Lucy and her going up to Washington to see her niece.
3 17 Nov. 7, 1953. Duke, Carrie. ALS to MKR. She was sick. Her visit with MKR delightful.
3 17 Sept. 23, 1953. Duke, Carrie. ALS to MKR. Expecting her and Norton. Arthur Glasgow will be in Richmond in October.
3 17 Sept. 14, 1953. Duke, Carrie. ALS to MKR. Comments on activities.
3 17 Sept. 1, 1953. Duke, Carrie. ALS to MKR. Thanking for her stay in MKR's house.
3 17 July 26, 1953. Duke, Carrie. ALS to MKR. Plans to meet MKR. News about Rebe and Cabell Tutwiler, A. V. Bennett and Arthur Glasgow.
3 17 June 18, 1953.. ALS to MKR.
3 17 May 16, 1953. Duke, Carrie. TLS to MKR. In the hospital. Plans to meet her in Van Hornesville.
3 17 May 2, 1953. Duke, Carrie. ALS to MKR. Accepting invitation to go to her house and comments on Ellen Glasgow's friends and family.
3 17 April 6, 1953. Duke, Carrie. ALS to MKR. How much pleasure MKR's visit to Richmond gave to her. She will try to gather everything about Ellen.
3 18 Jan. 30, 1916. [Everett, S.?]. To Ellen Glasgow. Sorry for her father's death who initiated him in life. (2nd page missing)
3 19 Jan. 10, 1953. Freeman, Inez. To Arthur Glasgow. Thanking him for his generosity.
3 19 Jan. 10, 1953. Freeman, Inez. To Arthur Glasgow. Enclosing minutes and reports of the meetings of the APVA.
3 20 Dec. 20, 1952. Freeman, Inez. To Arthur Glasgow. Report on the meeting of the APVA.
3 20 June 14, 1952. Freeman, Inez. To Arthur Glasgow. Comments on Col. Fitzroy's proposal to buy the Glasgow house for the Richmond Area University Center.
3 21 Feb. 4, 1947. Glasgow, Arthur. To Anne Virginia Bennett. Enclosing letter from Mrs. Randolph Maynard of the Richmond SPCA.
3 22 Jan. 14, 1946. Glasgow, Arthur. To Anne Virginia Bennett. Concerning repairs in 1 West Main Street.
3 22 Jan. 9, 1946. Glasgow, Arthur. To Anne Virginia Bennett. Interpretation by George Gibson of Ellen's will.
3 23 Dec. 28, 1945. Glasgow, Arthur. To Anne Virginia Bennett. His plans about the Ellen Glasgow memorial.
3 23 Nov. 23, 1945. Glasgow, Arthur. To Anne Virginia Bennett. About disposing of the house of 1 West Main.
3 24 Jan. 23, 1953. Glasgow, Arthur. To Mrs. John H. Bocock (Eliz). About the Glasgow House.
3 24 Jan. 13, 1953. Glasgow, Arthur. To Eliz. Bocock. Glad to know how the APVA has disposed of his refund of $20, 000.
3 25 June 21, 1952. Glasgow, Arthur. To Alice D. Chamberlaine. thanks to her for leaving everything in perfect shape.
3 26 June 20, 1952. Glasgow, Arthur. To Douglas S. Freeman. About Ellen Glasgow's health.
3 27 Jan. 13, 1953. Glasgow, Arthur. To Inez Freeman. Happy to see Ellen Glasgow's house converted into a memorial.
3 28 Dec. 24, 1952. Glasgow, Arthur. To Inez Freeman. A summing up of contributions made by him to the Glasgow Memorial.
3 28 Dec. 12, 1952. Glasgow, Arthur. To Inez Freeman. A restatement of what was in letter of Dec. 3.
3 28 Dec. 3, 1952. Glasgow, Arthur. To Inez Freeman. Refund of $20, 000. for the APVA for remodeling the Glasgow House.
3 29 Dec. 7, 1945. Glasgow, Arthur. To Francis P. Gaines. What he thinks the Glasgow Memorial should be.
3 30 May 7, 1942. Glasgow, Arthur. To Ellen Glasgow. Congratulating her for the Pulitzer Prize. He and Margaret are in Doctor's Hospital, where Margaret will be operated on the next day.
3 31 April 7, 1941. Glasgow, Arthur. Glasgow, Arthur To Ellen Glasgow. Pleased by the reviews of In This Our Life. Improvement of his health. Comments on Marjorie.
3 32 Dec. 14, 1940. Glasgow, Arthur. To Ellen Glasgow. Times-Dispatch of Richmond will publish one letter of his with editorial comment: Our Country vis-a vis the Wars Abroad.
3 32 Sept. 24, 1940. Glasgow, Arthur. To Ellen Glasgow. Margaret has been kept informed by Josephine and Blythe about her steady health progress. Glad she is enjoying Castine.
3 32 April 19, 1940. Glasgow, Arthur. To Ellen Glasgow. leaving Palm Beach the 22nd, arriving Richmond the 23rd, 8:30 AM
3 33 Nov. 13, 1939. Glasgow, Arthur. To Ellen Glasgow. Useless through illness. Staying with the Stuart Duncans.
3 33 Oct. 19, 1939. Glasgow, Arthur. To Ellen Glasgow. Comments on the trip back from England.
3 33 April 6, 1939. Glasgow, Arthur. To Ellen Glasgow. Comments on his health.
3 34 Oct. 24, 1938. Glasgow, Arthur. Telegram to Ellen Glasgow. Distressed by her illness.
3 34 July 27, 1938. Glasgow, Arthur. To Ellen Glasgow. Enclosing letters of introduction he gave to E. F. Armstrong and Stewart Bryant.
3 35 March 9, 1936. Glasgow, Arthur. To Ellen Glasgow. Enclosing review of the Vein of Iron in the Observer.
3 35 Feb. 17, 1936. Glasgow, Arthur. To Ellen Glasgow. Enclosing a copy of the list that Margaret and he made and letter to Mr. Cape.
3 35 Jan. 21, 1936. Glasgow, Arthur. To Ellen Glasgow. Delay Christmas greetings, enclosing a check for $250.
3 36 Oct. 29, 1935. Glasgow, Arthur. To Ellen Glasgow. Suggestion to collect reviews, references and advertisements of Vein of Iron and let him send to Mr. Cape to stir his enthusiasm.
3 36 Oct. 17, 1935. Glasgow, Arthur. To Ellen Glasgow. Sailing in the Bremen.
3 36 Sept. 19, 1935. Glasgow, Arthur. Glasgow, Arthur To Ellen Glasgow. Gave Dr. Mims all the clippings about Vein of Iron for his lecture. Death of W. T. Reed.
3 36 Sept. 10, 1935. Glasgow, Arthur. To Ellen Glasgow. Thanks for a copy of her new book. Expecting Dr. Mims for comments.
3 36 Sept. 10, 1935. Glasgow, Arthur. To Ellen Glasgow. Enclosing a copy of the letter written to the Institute of American Genealogy.
3 36 July 5, 1935. Glasgow, Arthur. To Ellen Glasgow. Broken engagement of his daughter to Lord Cochrane and decision to marry Ambrose Congreve.
3 36 June 20, 1935. Glasgow, Arthur. To Ellen Glasgow. Congratulations for her brilliant address. Enclosing copies of various Gas Journals with his lecture and photographs. Jubilee celebrations. Comments.
3 36 April 25, 1935. Glasgow, Arthur. To Ellen Glasgow. Thanks for telegram and 4 vols. of Robert E. Lee by Freeman.
3 36 March 14, 1935. Glasgow, Arthur. To Ellen Glasgow. Reaching Richmond Friday 8:40, asking to stay with her.
3 36 Feb. 19,1935. Glasgow, Arthur. Telegram to Ellen Glasgow. Sailing to America on the Majestic.
3 36 Jan. 16, 1935. Glasgow, Arthur. To Ellen Glasgow. Delayed in wishing Happy New Year. Margaret near total collapse with the news of Effie's death. Marjorie and Blythe sick, too.
3 37 Oct. 31, 1934. Glasgow, Arthur. To Ellen Glasgow. Glad of the new position Carrington has taken.
3 37 Sept. 24, 1934. Glasgow, Arthur. To Ellen Glasgow. Enclosing letter to Carrington in occasion of his appointment at Pa. Univ.
3 37 Sept. 3, 1934. Glasgow, Arthur. To Ellen Glasgow. Sept. 27 date set for Marjorie's wedding.
3 37 Aug. 30, 1934. Glasgow, Arthur. To Ellen Glasgow. Preparing invitations for Marjorie's wedding. Send list to be completed.
3 37 July 28, 1934. Glasgow, Arthur. To Ellen Glasgow. Enclosing copies of letters of introduction to Mr. J. W. Wheeler. Bennett.
3 38 Sept. 21, 1933. Glasgow, Arthur. To Ellen Glasgow. Marjorie and Margaret going to spend some time in the Luarts. He has received for dinner the Duc of Richeliev. Concerned that treatment of Dr. Bordley did not benefit her.
3 38 June 30, 1933. Glasgow, Arthur. To Ellen Glasgow. Delighted the Dr. Bordley has located the cause of her trouble. Offering her an after-cure in Blowing Rock.
3 39 Sept. 20, 1932. Glasgow, Arthur. To Ellen Glasgow. Being in Zurich under treatment of Dr. Vogt and Kocher later. Received the splendid reviews of Sheltered Life.
3 39 June 16, 1932. Glasgow, Arthur. To Ellen Glasgow. enclosing a copy of an instrument which Marjorie's executed relinquishing to her the 2/6 income to which she is entitled under the trust he established March 25.
3 39 May 4, 1932. Glasgow, Arthur. Telegram to Ellen Glasgow. To expect him in Broad Street Station. April 23, 1932 To Ellen Glasgow. In N.Y., starting South in a week. G. Roberts met him. Fred Scott has been in N.Y.
3 39 April 23 1932. To Ellen Glasgow.
3 39 April 14, 1932. Glasgow, Arthur. To Ellen Glasgow. Tied up in N. Y.
3 39 Feb. 10, 1932. Glasgow, Arthur. To Ellen Glasgow. Sending Gas Journals for her to see the announcements in Dutch and French. No news from the Tutwileres.
3 40 Dec. 29, 1931. Glasgow, Arthur. To Ellen Glasgow. Check for the death of Archer Williams. Ask for better account of health. Enclosing check for $6,000.
3 40 Dec. 24, 1931. Glasgow, Arthur. Telegram to Ellen Glasgow. Best wishes.
3 40 Dec. 3, 1931. Glasgow, Arthur. To Ellen Glasgow. Wishing to know her financial stand. Margaret and Marjorie reached London after a long serious illness of Margaret in Paris.
3 40 Aug. 7, 1931. Glasgow, Arthur. To Ellen Glasgow. Mention of $1,000 gift to Hubert Houston. Comments on Effie's health.
3 40 June 30, 1931. Glasgow, Arthur. To Ellen Glasgow. Comments on Effie's health.
3 40 June 12, 1931. Glasgow, Arthur. To Ellen Glasgow. Enclosing a check for $325 to be divided equally between Josephine and her.
3 40 May 22, 1931. Glasgow, Arthur. To Ellen Glasgow. Saw Carrie. News on Effie's health.
3 40 May 8, 1931. Glasgow, Arthur. To Ellen Glasgow. Enclosing copy of letter for Hubert Houston, giving him $1,000.
3 40 March 9, 1931. Glasgow, Arthur. To Ellen Glasgow. Enclosing copy of the letter to Glasgow Clark.
3 41 Nov. 3, 1930. Glasgow, Arthur. To Ellen Glasgow. Distress for Rebe's illness. Margaret looking better. Getting ready for winter in America.
3 41 July 22, 1930. Glasgow, Arthur. To Ellen Glasgow. Pleased she stays at Harrogate longer. Sailing on the Majestic for America.
3 41 April 23, 1930. Glasgow, Arthur. To Ellen Glasgow. Enclosing a copy of a communication to the Secretary of Board of Trustees of Washington. Returning from London in the Olympic.
3 41 Feb. 10, 1930. Glasgow, Arthur. To Ellen Glasgow. Washington and Lee Univ. is to give him a diploma. He would like recognition from other Virginia universities and asks if Ellen could initiate such action.
3 41 Feb. 3, 1930. Glasgow, Arthur. To Ellen Glasgow. About Westinghouse stocks Ellen wants to buy from him. Describing Douglas Hamilton's wedding.
3 42 July 12, 1929. Glasgow, Arthur. To Ellen Glasgow. Sailing on the Majestic for America. Comments on friends.
3 43 April 22, 1928. Glasgow, Arthur. To Ellen Glasgow. Sailing for N. Y. News about the family.
3 44 July 29, 1927. Glasgow, Arthur. To Ellen Glasgow. Hoping she will feel like staying at Harrogate a full month. Leaving Margaret's car and chauffeur at her disposal.
3 44 July 15, 1927. Glasgow, Arthur. To Ellen Glasgow. Asking what are her present views of Harrogate.
3 44 July 7, 1927. Glasgow, Arthur. To Ellen Glasgow. Enclosing letter from the Majestic Hotel. Her doctor wants her to stay at Harrowgate a full month.
3 44 March 7, 1927. Glasgow, Arthur. To Ellen Glasgow. Offering his house at London to stay. He will investigate for doctors at Harrogate.
3 44 May 5, 1927. Glasgow, Arthur. Telegram to Ellen Glasgow. Recommending Daenglars Sanatorium or Dapers in Kissingen.
3 44 Feb. 24, 1927. Glasgow, Arthur. To Ellen Glasgow. Explaining the income she has is from stocks and not bonds.
3 45 July 14, 1926. Glasgow, Arthur. To Ellen Glasgow. Explaining to her how he invested for her and Josephine Glasgow Clark the amount of $125,000 in the trust fund.
3 46 June 13, 1925. Glasgow, Arthur. To Ellen Glasgow. News about friends. Comments on her new book, Barren Ground.
3 46 May 6, 1925. Glasgow, Arthur. To Ellen Glasgow. Remarkable reviews on her book. Inviting her and Rebe and Josephine to visit them in England.
3 47 July 9, 1923. Glasgow, Arthur. To Ellen Glasgow. Her books, The Deliverance and Virginia are out of print in London. His projects for summer.
3 48 Dec. 15, 1921. Glasgow, Arthur. To Ellen Glasgow. Delayed trip to America. A distant cousin will visit her. Inquiring about the instrument she uses for her deafness.
3 49 Sept. 8, 1919. Glasgow, Arthur. To Ellen Glasgow. Announcing his visit to Richomond.
3 49 March 5, 1919. Glasgow, Arthur. To Ellen Glasgow. Asking how she has received from the trust fund.
3 50 March 27, 1918. Glasgow, Arthur. To Ellen Glasgow. Figures on income tax.
3 50 March 23, 1918. Glasgow, Arthur. To Ellen Glasgow. Asking what money she has received from the trust fund.
3 51 June 22, 1917. Glasgow, Arthur. To Ellen Glasgow. Plans for the family for next week.
3 51 June 19, 1917. Glasgow, Arthur. To Ellen Glasgow. Asking about the condition of and English saddle he left in her house.
3 51 May 2, 1917. Glasgow, Arthur. To Ellen Glasgow. She has not decided to move to Richmond, advises her to listen to Archie.
3 51 April 14, 1917. Glasgow, Arthur. To Ellen Glasgow. gives news about stocks.
3 51 April 4, 1917. Glasgow, Arthur. To Ellen Glasgow. Given account of the shares in the trust fund.
3 51 April 3, 1917. Glasgow, Arthur. To Ellen Glasgow. Enclosing memorandum of the war and letter of Mr. Lane.
3 51 Jan. 16, 1917. Glasgow, Arthur. To Ellen Glasgow. About dividends.
3 52 April 17, 1916. Glasgow, Arthur. To Ellen Glasgow. Advising her to buy Brighton Mill stocks.
3 53 Feb. 4, 1953. Glasgow, Arthur. To Humphrey and Glasgow. Regarding the letters sent asking to make another search in his personal file in London.
3 54 Dec. 26, 1952. Glasgow, Arthur. To Humphreys and Glasgow. Asking to search for correspondence of Ellen Glasgow.
3 55 Feb 4, 1947. Glasgow, Arthur. To Mrs. Randolph Maynard. Thanking for "Message from Ellen Glasgow" and "Creed."
3 56 April 15, 1953. Glasgow, Arthur. TLS to MKR. Explaining the gaps in the correspondence between Ellen and Rebe Glasgow.
3 56 March 5, 1953. Glasgow, Arthur. TLS to MKR. Sending two clippings on appreciation of Mrs. Arthur Glasgow, appeared in the London Times.
3 56 Feb. 27, 1953. Glasgow, Arthur. TLS to MKR. Sending her a family history.
3 56 Feb. 19, 1953. TLS to MKR. Sending photographs.
3 56 Feb. 16, 1953. Glasgow, Arthur. TLS to MKR. (with MS notes by MKR). About Jerome Castle. Anne Virginia's health.
3 56 Feb. 13, 1953. Glasgow, Arthur. TLS to MKR. Sending mass of correspondence to her to be used with discretion.
3 56 Feb. 4, 1953. Glasgow, Arthur. TLS to MKR. Enclosing two letters of Ellen Glasgow to Arthur Glasgow's daughter.
3 56 Feb. 3, 1953. TLS to MKR. Concerning the trusts he created for his father's family.
3 56 Jan. 19, 1953. TLS to MKR. Sorry for his delay and hoping to see her on the 21st.
3 56 Jan. 3, 1953. TLS to MKR. Pleased with her announced visit.
3 57 Dec. 30, 1952. Glasgow, Arthur. TLS to MKR. Inviting her to spend a day or two with him in Palm Beach.
3 57 Dec. 26, 1952. TLS to MKR. About his sister's correspondence.
3 58 Sept. 27, 1952. To Agnes Reese. Thanks for her sympathy letter and sending a present.
3 59 Jan. 9, 1946. To Rebe Tutwiler. Interview with Mr. Anderson. Needs her decision about the memorial.
3 59 Jan. 8, 1946. To Rebe Tutwiler. About the chief features of the Glasgow memorial.
3 59 Jan. 8, 1946. To Rebe Tutwiler. About the disposal of Ellen Glasgow's house.
3 60 April 10, 1947. To H. B. Whitmore. Gives explanation for income tax and what he has done with the Glasgow residence in Richmond.
3 61 Jan 13, 1953. To Marcellus Wright. Suggestions for the repairs of Glasgow's house.
3 62 June 1, 1937. Glasgow, Ellen. To Anne Virginia Bennett. Beauty of Fiesole.
3 62 June 1, 1936 (?). Glasgow, Ellen. To Anne Virginia Bennett. Bookplates. Leaving for Philadelphia with MS notes by MKR.
3 62 May 1936. Glasgow, Ellen. To Anne Virginia Bennett. Beautiful weather at sea. Comfortable cottage.
3 62 May 19 (?), 1936. Glasgow, Ellen. To Anne Virginia Bennett. Trip on the boat. People she had seen in N. Y.
3 62 (?) 1936. Glasgow, Ellen. To Anne Virginia Bennett. How much she likes the sea. Cordelia and Frank were for dinner.
3 63 Sept. 30, 1935. Glasgow, Ellen. To Anne Virginia Bennett. Asking to send her paper.
3 64 June 25, 1931. Glasgow, Ellen. To Anne Virginia Bennett. Telling about her trip up North and visit to the doctors.
3 65 Aug. 24, 1930. Glasgow, Ellen. To Anne Virginia Bennett. Trip to Scotland from Edinburgh. Visit to World Memorial and Dryburgh, Abbotsford and Jedburgh.
3 65 June 22, 1930. Glasgow, Ellen. To Anne Virginia Bennett. On board the "Homeric". Telling her how beautiful and dreadful her state of mind.
3 66 May 16, 1929. Glasgow, Ellen. To Anne Virginia Bennett. Trip through New England. Stabbing pain in her heart. Feels miserable.
3 67 Sept. 14, 1927. Glasgow, Ellen. To Anne Virginia Bennett. Docked in N. Y. Saw doctors.
3 67 Sept. 1, 1927. Glasgow, Ellen. To Anne Virginia Bennett. Yorkshire the most beautiful place in England. Letters and invitations that she had received.
3 67 Aug. 25, 1927. Glasgow, Ellen. To Anne Virginia Bennett. How beautiful Dover coast is. Comments on Frank Swinnertons, on Carrie, Mrs. Conrad and the Hardy's.
3 67 Aug. 14, 1927. Glasgow, Ellen. To Anne Virginia Bennett. Interesting time in London. Visits to the Geffrey Museum, Animal Rescue League, to the country estate of the Duke of Hamilton.
3 67 June 21, 1927. Glasgow, Ellen. To Anne Virginia Bennett. On board the "Homeric", high seas. Carrie's friends.
3 68 July 17, 1931. Glasgow, Ellen. To David Tucker Brown. Sorry she can not write an article for Town and Field. She never writes articles.
3 69 Sept. 25, 1944. Glasgow, Ellen. To James Branch Cabell. She has learned the past year how easy it is to destroy everything whether it is a bird or a belief. She is not writing.
3 69 June 16, 1944. Glasgow, Ellen. To James Branch Cabell. Glad to be in Maine. Reasons she did not write during winter.
3 70 July 3, 1941. Glasgow, Ellen. To James Branch Cabell. Discussing title of his book of "literary criticism".
3 71 Aug. 22, 1939. Glasgow, Ellen. To James Branch Cabell. Describing the scenery of Castine and how much she writes.
3 72 Sept. 20, 1927. Glasgow, Ellen. To James Branch Cabell. Commenting on his new book, dedicated to her (Something about Eve).
3 72 1945 and n.d. Glasgow, Ellen. To Margaret Dashiell. Christmas cards.
3 73 April 1945. Glasgow, Ellen. To Arthur Glasgow. Too ill to go to N.Y. Telling him what a wonderful brother he is.
3 73 Aug. 26, 1945. Glasgow, Ellen. To Arthur Glasgow. How wonderful his and Margaret's visit was. How weak she is. Wishing he would write a record of his remarkable life.
3 74 Sept. 22, 1942. Glasgow, Ellen. To Arthur Glasgow. Her book, A Certain Measure, will be published in October.
3 74 Aug. 19, 1942. Glasgow, Ellen. To Arthur Glasgow. She is very pleased to be in Maine. She has to give up her car, but she will not until he comes to Richmond.
3 75 April 10, 1941. Glasgow, Ellen. To Arthur Glasgow. Waiting for him. Publishers are very enthusiastic about her book, but she has to do the final writing with "failing heart". Send Marjorie a copy of her book.
3 76 July 21, 1940. Glasgow, Ellen. To Arthur Glasgow. He has done his part to bring better understanding in our immediate needs and problems. Going to Maine after new X-rays.
3 76 July 16, 1940. Glasgow, Ellen. To Arthur Glasgow. His splendid letter must have done some good to any active mind. Distress for his fall. Going to Castine on the 24th.
3 76 July 8, 1940. Glasgow, Ellen. To Arthur Glasgow. Sending bill for his nurse's 2nd week.
3 76 July 8, 1940. Glasgow, Ellen. To Arthur Glasgow. Comments on his letter to Virginius. Health improving.
3 77 Sept. 10, 1939. Glasgow, Ellen. To Arthur Glasgow. Comments on the distressing news of the war. Situation of Sister James' family in England.
3 78 July 7, 1938. Glasgow, Ellen. To Arthur Glasgow. Thanking him for his generosity. Comments on Lexington and Reve being there.
3 79 1936 (?). Glasgow, Ellen. To Arthur Glasgow. Doctors forbid her to pass another summer in Richmond. Rented a farm house in West Cornwall. Comments on his and Margaret's health.
3 79 Oct. 3, 1936. Glasgow, Ellen. To Arthur Glasgow. Delighted he is coming back in October. Distressed by the nervous collapse of Margaret.
3 79 March 17, 1936. Glasgow, Ellen. To Arthur Glasgow. Comments on standards of life and literature.
3 79 Feb. 18, 1936. Glasgow, Ellen. To Arthur Glasgow. Comments on Christmas gift she received from him and on the winter.
3 80 Dec. 10, 1935. Glasgow, Ellen. To Arthur Glasgow. Suggesting him to try to contact some editors or reviewers.
3 80 Oct. 5, 1935. Glasgow, Ellen. To Arthur Glasgow. Splendid of him to have Dr. Mims and Mr. Cape for lunch and to plan with them for the reception of Vein of Iron.
3 80 July 16, 1935. Glasgow, Ellen. To Arthur Glasgow. Introducing Dr. E. Mims.
3 80 July 13, 1935. Glasgow, Ellen. To Arthur Glasgow. Commenting on some magazines he sent her.
3 80 Feb. 7, 1935. Glasgow, Ellen. To Arthur Glasgow. Thanking him for wonderful Christmas presents for her and Anne v. Bennett. Comments on weather and health.
3 81 Feb. 26, 1933(?). Glasgow, Ellen. To Arthur Glasgow. A grateful letter for all his kindness.
3 81 Oct. 3, 1933. Glasgow, Ellen. To Arthur Glasgow. Thanks for wonderful present. Comments on Josephine and Glasgow Reve and Carrington's sight. Describing trip to Upper Valley.
3 81 July 21, 1933. Glasgow, Ellen. To Arthur Glasgow. Glad he and Margaret plan a new cure in Switzerland. Her cough is severe. Dr. Bordley treating her. Rebe with her in Baltimore.
3 81 June 17, 1933. Glasgow, Ellen. To Arthur Glasgow. Meeting George Roberts on the street. Explaining what her ear trouble is according to Dr. Bordley.
3 82 [1932?]. Glasgow, Ellen. To Arthur Glasgow. Thinking of him.
3 82 July 1, 1932. Glasgow, Ellen. To Arthur Glasgow. Thanking him and Margaret for letting her have Margaret's part for her life. His book will be published August 23rd.
3 82 April 23, 1932. Glasgow, Ellen. To Arthur Glasgow. She and Anne Virginia disgusted with Glasgow.
3 82 April 5, 1932. Glasgow, Ellen. To Arthur Glasgow. Comments on the fellowship Carrington Tutwiler has gotten at Princeton. Comments on Glasgow ineptitude.
3 82 March 5, 1932. Glasgow, Ellen. To Arthur Glasgow. Comments on the announcements in Dutch and French. Comments on Lindberg Baby's kidnapping.
3 82 Jan. 7, 1932. Glasgow, Ellen. To Arthur Glasgow. Thanks for marvelous Christmas gift.
3 83 Dec. 16, 1931. Glasgow, Ellen. To Arthur Glasgow. Bad health. Financial conditions bad.
3 83 Dec. 16, 1931. Glasgow, Ellen. To Arthur Glasgow. Communicating the suicide of Archer Anderson Williams.
3 83 June 22, 1931. Glasgow, Ellen. To Arthur Glasgow. Thanks him for two checks. Rebe's boy, Carrington, graduates with high honors at Princeton.
3 83 June 19, 1931. Glasgow, Ellen. To Arthur Glasgow. Comments on health. Depression in Richmond.
3 84 1930 (?). Glasgow, Ellen. To Arthur Glasgow. About misunderstanding on buying new crystal chandeliers. Feeling badly that he thinks she wants to be extravagant in repairing the house.
3 84 Dec. 30, 1930. Glasgow, Ellen. To Arthur Glasgow. To thank him for all his goodness.
3 84 Jan. 11, 1930. Glasgow, Ellen. To Arthur Glasgow. Asking him if he will sell her the Westinghouse stocks at the price marked. Comments on Effie and Margaret's health.
3 84 Feb. 1, 1930. Glasgow, Ellen. To Arthur Glasgow. On plans to go to the continent.
3 85 May 5, 1927. Glasgow, Ellen. To Arthur Glasgow. She was able to play 9 holes of golf. She can not work more than 1/2 hour without exhaustion, especially mental. She will see Rebe's doctor and decide where to go for a cure, in Europe.
3 85 April 11, 1927. Glasgow, Ellen. To Arthur Glasgow. She has been advised by Dr. Tompkin and Dr. Wellford to go to Carlsbad. Her book, The Romantic Comedians, outstanding success of the year in America, according to publishers.
3 85 Feb. 18, 1927. Glasgow, Ellen. To Arthur Glasgow. Introducing him to the Willcoxes and Mr. Dillon. Thanking him for the invitation to come to his house, but she prefers to go to his house when the season is over.
3 86 July 28, 1926. Glasgow, Ellen. To Arthur Glasgow. Thanking for the trust fund. Arranged the publication of her book for Sept. Too sick with hot weather to do much.
3 86 March 25, 1926. To Arthur Glasgow. Bon voyage. Hopes he gets a good rest.
3 87 May 23, 1925. Glasgow, Ellen. To Arthur Glasgow. Cannot accept his invitation to go to England. Depending on another person because of her deafness. Anne Virginia is not well.
3 88 Nov. 16, 1923. Glasgow, Ellen. To Arthur Glasgow. Giving account of the Brighton Mills stocks received.
3 88 Nov. 4, 1923. Glasgow, Ellen. To Arthur Glasgow. Thanking him for giving her a house so comfortable.
3 88 Feb. 16, 1923. Glasgow, Ellen. To Arthur Glasgow. Enclosing Brighton Mill stocks.
3 89 Jan. 5, 1922. Glasgow, Ellen. To Arthur Glasgow. Thanks for the generous New Year's gift.
3 90 Dec. 27, 1921. Glasgow, Ellen. To Arthur Glasgow. Explaining the instrument she uses for her deafness. Finished her book.
3 90 Aug. 2, 1920 [Not found, April, 1999.] Glasgow, Ellen. To Arthur Glasgow. Anxious about his health.
3 91 Oct. 11, 1919. Glasgow, Ellen. To Arthur Glasgow. Feeling refreshed after being in "the primitive." She does not regret conversation they had before leaving.
3 92 March 26, 1918. Glasgow, Ellen. To Arthur Glasgow. Information about income from trust fund for income tax.
3 93 June 2, 1917. Glasgow, Ellen. Cablegram to Arthur Glasgow. Annie had a stroke in Atlantic City.
3 94 1916 (?). Glasgow, Ellen. To Arthur Glasgow. Enclosing a letter from Sam Everett. Painting and electricity not yet ready in the house.
3 94 1916(?). Glasgow, Ellen. To Arthur Glasgow. Congratulating him on his mission to Rumania.
3 94 1916(?). Glasgow, Ellen. To Arthur Glasgow. Asking to sign the paper about Needham and send it to Rebe.
3 94 Dec. 14, 1916. Glasgow, Ellen. To Arthur Glasgow. The house is ready. Deep appreciation. Plans for winter.
3 94 [July 4, 1916]. Glasgow, Ellen. To Arthur Glasgow. Sorry missed him on his visit to Richmond. Workers have not yet begun repairing the house.
3 95 July 23, 1908. Glasgow, Ellen. To Arthur Glasgow. Complaining about the boat she is travelling on and asking how to try to change her tickets for another.
3 95 August 10 [1908]. To Arthur Glasgow. They had best keep the ship passage they are booked on.
3 96 Aug. 14, 1907. Glasgow, Ellen. To Arthur Glasgow. Asking him to order a saddle in Champion and Wilton. The cottage for summer very comfortable. Father went back to Frank's.
3 97 April 15, 1906. Glasgow, Ellen. To Arthur Glasgow. Asking him to invest $9,000.
3 98 March 27, 1905. Glasgow, Ellen. To Arthur Glasgow. Father showed his letter. Such a generous brother. Going to Germany with Rebe to see Dr. Muller about her ear. Cary's operation went well.
4 1 [n.d.] 1904-1936. Glasgow, Ellen. To Mary Johnson. Letters
4 2 Sept. 3, 1909. Glasgow, Ellen. To Cary Glasgow McCormack. Woodland Park, Colorado, very different. Tells about Mr. Horne, multimillionaire from Chicago.
4 2 April 3, 1909. Glasgow, Ellen. To Cary G. McCormack. About tea party at May Sinclair's. Meeting Mr. Killman and Mrs. Riggs.
4 3 Sept. 9, 1896. Glasgow, Ellen. To Cary G. McCormack. Comparing Turner and Claude of the National Gallery of London. Comments on other paintings.
4 4 August 13, 19??. Glasgow, Ellen. To Elizabeth Patterson. Leaving California.
4 5 March 11, 1916. Glasgow, Ellen. To Elizabeth Patterson. Planning to go to Richmond.
4 6 Dec. 27, 1915. Glasgow, Ellen. To Elizabeth Patterson. Thanks for a delectable basket. Going early to the party.
4 7 Jan 1. 1914. Glasgow, Ellen. To Elizabeth Patterson. Thanks for the scarf.
4 8 Oct. 12, 1912. Glasgow, Ellen. To Eliz. Patterson. Thanks for something ("donkey, hankey, or class key?")
4 8 July 3, 1912. Glasgow, Ellen. To Eliz. Patterson. Telling her that Miss Bennett is going back to nursing next week.
4 8 April 2, 1912. Glasgow, Ellen. To Eliz. Patterson. The Jonquils arrived in perfect condition.
4 9 Dec. 24, 1910. Glasgow, Ellen. To Eliz. Patterson. Thanks for pins.
4 10 Sept. 2, 1909(?). Glasgow, Ellen. To Eliz. Patterson. Sad remarks about difficulties in hearing.
4 10 Dec. 29, 1909. Glasgow, Ellen. To Eliz. Patterson. Sorry she has not visited her when she arrived home.
4 10 Aug. 14, 1909. Glasgow, Ellen. To Eliz. Patterson. In Naples now.
4 10 Aug. 13, 1909. Glasgow, Ellen. To Eliz. Patterson. Exciting trip. Now in Colorado Springs. Comments on their friendship.
4 10 Aug. 17, 1909(?). Glasgow, Ellen. To Eliz. Patterson. How much she missed her. How much her friendship means to her.
4 11 Aug. 13, 1908. Glasgow, Ellen. To Eliz. Patterson. Description of the Dolomites. Asking her to join her in New York.
4 11 July 14, 1908. Glasgow, Ellen. To Eliz. Patterson. Asking her to join her in New York after landing.
4 12 Dec. 15, 1907. Glasgow, Ellen. To Eliz. Patterson. Asking her to go to New York with her in a shopping and doctors trip.
4 13 March 2, 1902. Glasgow, Ellen. To Eliz. Patterson. Glad she is enjoying the place so much.
4 13 Jan. 2, 1902. Glasgow, Ellen. To Eliz. Patterson. Looks like they are drifting in opposite ways.
4 14 Dec. 28, 1939. Glasgow, Ellen. To Maxwell Perkins. About a preface for essays requested by him. Announcing a new novel.
4 14 June 13, 1939. Glasgow, Ellen. To Maxwell Perkins. Plans to go to Castine and work there.
4 15 Dec. 27, 1938. Glasgow, Ellen. To Maxwell Perkins. Commentary on The Yearling.
4 15 June 1938. Glasgow, Ellen. To Maxwell Perkins. Comments on the Virginia Edition and the error of Vol. XI, The Romance of a Plain Man, p. 12.
4 15 May 16, 1938. Glasgow, Ellen. To Maxwell Perkins. Sending the proofs back.
4 15 May 9, 1938. Glasgow, Ellen. To Maxwell Perkins. Delighted for his appreciation of the work of her prefaces for the edition.
4 15 May 5, 1938. Glasgow, Ellen. To Maxwell Perkins. Relieved that she has not lowered the standard going through 12 prefaces. Asking for reviews.
4 15 April 18, 1938. Glasgow, Ellen. To Maxwell Perkins. Suggesting Howard Mumford for the review of her Virginia Edition.
4 15 April 10, 1938. Glasgow, Ellen. To Maxwell Perkins. Asking to send a copy of Sea Gull.
4 15 April 6, 1938. Glasgow, Ellen. To Maxwell Perkins. Ambassador Weddell disappointed because the set of his Virginia Edition is number 102.
4 15 April 5, 1938. Glasgow, Ellen. To Maxwell Perkins. Sending him a copy of a booklet that James Cabell, Mr. Goody and Mr. Emmons made for her a s a gift. What he thinks about being a collector.
4 15 Feb. 16, 1938. Glasgow, Ellen. To Maxwell Perkins. Will soon send the preface to The Deliverance. Comments on preface to the Virginia Edition.
4 15 Feb. 9, 1938. Glasgow, Ellen. To Maxwell Perkins. Suggesting a subtitle for The Deliverance.
4 15 Feb. 1, 1938. Glasgow, Ellen. To Maxwell Perkins. Comments on some proofs.
4 15 Jan. 27, 1938. Glasgow, Ellen. To Maxwell Perkins. Comments on different prefaces for the Virginia Edition.
4 15 Jan. 20, 1938. To Maxwell Perkins. Received three vols. of Virginia Edition. Very pleased.
4 16 1937(?). Glasgow, Ellen. To Maxwell Perkins. She is very pleased that he tried to publish a subscription edition of her work.
4 16 Dec. 13, 1937. Glasgow, Ellen. To Maxwell Perkins. Pleased with the paper and all front matter of the Virginia Edition.
4 16 Dec. 11, 1937. Glasgow, Ellen. To Maxwell Perkins. Comments on errors in one preface.
4 16 Dec. 9, 1937. Glasgow, Ellen. To Maxwell Perkins. About tedious job of autographing more than a hundred pages.
4 16 Dec. 2, 1937. Glasgow, Ellen. To Maxwell Perkins. Comments on her work on the preface of the Virginia Edition. She wants to inscribe some copies for presentation.
4 16 Dec. 1, 1937. Glasgow, Ellen. To Maxwell Perkins. Change Athene to Athena in the revised copy of the Virginia Edition.
4 16 Nov. 18, 1937. Glasgow, Ellen. To Maxwell Perkins. About his suggestions and typographical errors in the proofs. Spelling of fantasy.
4 16 Nov. 9, 1937. Glasgow, Ellen. To Maxwell Perkins. About her spelling.
4 16 Nov. 2, 1937. Glasgow, Ellen. To Maxwell Perkins. About her spelling.
4 16 Oct. 30, 1937. Glasgow, Ellen. To Maxwell Perkins. Sending author's notes and revised Romance of a Plain Man and Life of Gabriella.
4 16 Oct. 30, 1937. Glasgow, Ellen. To Maxwell Perkins. Sending two prefaces.
4 16 Oct. 26, 1937. Glasgow, Ellen. To Maxwell Perkins. She wants to change order of the books for the Virginia Edition.
4 16 Oct. 20, 1937. Glasgow, Ellen. To Maxwell Perkins. Sending picture for frontispiece.
4 16 Oct. 19, 1937. Glasgow, Ellen. To Maxwell Perkins. He could print The Romantic Comedians from the Old Dominion Edition. Nothing to revise.
4 16 Sept. 18, 1937. Glasgow, Ellen. To Maxwell Perkins. Delighted to revise her own books for the Virginia Edition. She has ideas for the prefaces.
4 16 Oct. 11, 1937. Glasgow, Ellen. To Maxwell Perkins. List of books she has revised and the ones that could be printed as the old editions are.
4 16 Sept. 23, 1937. Glasgow, Ellen. To Maxwell Perkins. Thanks for the gift of Santayana's works. Comments on frontpieces and illustrations for Virginia Edition.
4 16 Sept. 18 and 16, 1937. Glasgow, Ellen. To Maxwell Perkins. Comments and indication on her prefaces and the order in which she wants the books to appear.
4 16 Aug. 21, 1937. Glasgow, Ellen. To Maxwell Perkins. Second thought about the prefaces for the Virginia Edition.
4 16 Aug. 19, 1937. Glasgow, Ellen. To Maxwell Perkins. About prefaces and order of the books.
4 16 May 7, 1937. Glasgow, Ellen. To Maxwell Perkins. She is delighted about his plan of publishing her works by subscription.
4 17 October 10,1944. Ellen Glasgow. To Hunter Stagg. Comments on her earliest novel as regards his own comments
4 17 March 28, 1944. Glasgow, Ellen. To Hunter Stagg. Comments on what he said about the land being a true protagonist of her novel The Miller of Old Church.;
4 17 Feb. 20, 1944. Glasgow, Ellen. To Hunter Stagg. His letter brought her a most penetrating analysis of her book.
4 18 Jan. 25, 1938. Glasgow, Ellen. To Hunter Stagg. Thanks for a beautiful letter.
4 18 Jan 8, 1938. Glasgow, Ellen. To Hunter Stagg. Sympathy letter for his mother's loss.
4 19 Jan. 23, 1935. Glasgow, Ellen. To Hunter Stagg. She will autograph a book for him. Comment on her earliest novel.
4 20 March 13, 1925. Glasgow, Ellen. To Hunter Stagg. Asking to change the supper for the Van Dorens to tea.
4 21 April 1, 1921. Glasgow, Ellen. To Hunter Stagg. About his article "The Abuses of Diversity."
4 22 Jan. 11, 1944. Glasgow, Ellen. To Cabell Tutwiler. Thanking him for Christmas gifts and 2 bottles of Scotch. (last part of the letter torn).
4 23 Dec. 25, 1939. Glasgow, Ellen. To Cabell Tutwiler. Thanks for a birdhouse.
4 24 June 7 [1945?]. Glasgow, Ellen. To Rebe Tutwiler. Visits Dr. Palmer in Harkness Pavilion in N. Y. General condition good. Old story about her heart.
4 24 1945?. Glasgow, Ellen. To Rebe Tutwiler. Health. Asking them to help her to found a Humane Society in Lexington. Inviting her to come.
4 24 Oct. 18, 1945. Glasgow, Ellen. To Rebe Tutwiler. Missing her.
4 24 Sept. 8, 1945. Glasgow, Ellen. To Rebe Tutwiler. Glad she is coming.
4 24 Aug. 25, 1945. Glasgow, Ellen. To Rebe Tutwiler. Hoping she is able to come. How is life in Castine?
4 24 Aug. 16, 1945. Glasgow, Ellen. To Rebe Tutwiler. Suggesting that Cindy could endure the trip to Maine, with frequent stops.
4 24 April 4, 1945. Glasgow, Ellen. To Rebe Tutwiler. Touched for the sacrifice offered. Asking her to take Bonnie as a summer boarder if something unexpected should arise.
4 24 Feb. 5, 1945. Glasgow, Ellen. To Rebe Tutwiler. She feels very weak. Comments on Trollope and Jane Austen.
4 25 Dec. 27, 1944. Glasgow, Ellen. To Rebe Tutwiler. Thanking her and Cindy for presents. Reflections on the war.
4 25 Dec. 22, 1944. Glasgow, Ellen. To Rebe Tutwiler. Glad for the picture of Dartmoor.Anne Virginia wreaths in the market for Mrs. Tutwiler.
4 25 Dec. 17, 1944. Glasgow, Ellen. To Rebe Tutwiler. Send a gift.
4 25 Jan. 31, 1944. Glasgow, Ellen. To Rebe Tutwiler. Sickness prevents her from congratulating Rebe in time. Comments on some mystery books and on Charles Towne.
4 26 May 4, 1943. Glasgow, Ellen. To Rebe Tutwiler. Comments on Mrs. Cabell's diary; trip to Egypt. Asking her to come again.
4 26 Dec. 28, 1943. Glasgow, Ellen. To Rebe Tutwiler. Telling that she has hurt her right hand. Thanking for gifts.
4 27 Dec. 12, 1942. Glasgow, Ellen. To Rebe Tutwiler. Inviting her for lunch.
4 27 May 6, 1942. Glasgow, Ellen. To Rebe Tutwiler. Check sent to be spent on herself. Not going to Castine. Margaret in the hospital.
4 28 Dec. 31, 1941. Glasgow, Ellen. To Rebe Tutwiler. Message for Christmas.
4 28 Dec. 23, 1941. Glasgow, Ellen. To Rebe Tutwiler. Thanking her for presents. Health worse than the past winter when she was supposed to be on the edge of eternity.
4 28 Nov. 27, 1941. Glasgow, Ellen. To Rebe Tutwiler. Thanking her for a lamp. She feels worse than she did the past winter.
4 28 Aug. 21, 1941. Glasgow, Ellen. To Rebe Tutwiler. Missing her. Comments on the weather. Could be the last time in Maine.
4 28 June 14, 1941. Glasgow, Ellen. To Rebe Tutwiler. Health problems. Weather. Comments on Carrie.
4 28 April 25, 1941. Glasgow, Ellen. To Rebe Tutwiler. Missing her. Mattie had a fall. Arthur Glasgow in good spirits. (postmark)
4 28 April 25, 1941. Glasgow, Ellen. To Rebe Tutwiler. Thanks for birthday presents. Appointment with Dr. Burke in Washington (postmark)
4 28 March 18, 1941. Glasgow, Ellen. To Rebe Tutwiler. Inviting her to come. Number of visitors: Stark Young, The Brooks and Mrs. Taylor.
4 29 April 22, 1940. Glasgow, Ellen. To Rebe Tutwiler. Thanks for the birthday gift. Telegraphed for house at Castine.
4 30 [Spring, 1939?]. Glasgow, Ellen. To Rebe Tutwiler. Distressed to know about her Sickness. Comments on the dinner given to the Wedells.
4 30 Dec. 30, 1939. Glasgow, Ellen. To Rebe Tutwiler. Presents, weather and health.
4 30 Sept. 5, 1939. Glasgow, Ellen. To Rebe Tutwiler. Comments on "Children of God" and on the war.
4 30 Sept. 2, 1939. Glasgow, Ellen. Postcard to Rebe Tutwiler. News of the war is alarming.
4 30 Aug. 5, 1939. Glasgow, Ellen. To Rebe Tutwiler. Health, weather, scenery.
4 30 June 17, 1939. Glasgow, Ellen. To Rebe Tutwiler. Comments on a long day spent at Williamsburg. (Half of the following sheet cut out.) Problems of servants.
4 30 May 26, 1939. Glasgow, Ellen. To Rebe Tutwiler. Asking her to find a home for a dog. Comments on Carrie's trip.
4 30 March 22, 1939. Glasgow, Ellen. To Rebe Tutwiler. Health, weather, and visitors.
4 30 March or April? 1939. Glasgow, Ellen. To Rebe Tutwiler. comments on two parties. Wish she would bring Mrs. Derbyshire before it gets too hot.
4 31 Nov. 19, 1938. Glasgow, Ellen. To Rebe Tutwiler. Little Billy died.
4 31 Sept. 20, 1938. Glasgow, Ellen. To Rebe Tutwiler. Worrying about the war situation.
4 31 June 23, 1938. Glasgow, Ellen. To Rebe Tutwiler. The book for a little girl looks suitable to her.
4 31 Feb. 15, 1938. Glasgow, Ellen. To Rebe Tutwiler. She has seen Dr. Wellford. To Rebe Tutwiler. Worked hard on her book.
4 31 Jan. 28, 1938. Glasgow, Ellen. Accepted lunch with Beulah. Worried about Arthur's health.
4 32 Nov. 5, 1937. Glasgow, Ellen. To Rebe Tutwiler. Enjoyed her visit. Love to feed pigeons.
4 32 Oct. 22, 1937. Glasgow, Ellen. To Rebe Tutwiler. Enjoyed her visit. Comments on house and health.
4 33 Jan. 4, 1932. Glasgow, Ellen. Note to Rebe Tutwiler. Thanks for a present.
4 34 Dec. 5, 1931. Glasgow, Ellen. To Rebe Tutwiler. Congratulations for Wood End.
4 35 June 18, 1930. Glasgow, Ellen. To Rebe Tutwiler. Describing cabin on the S. S. Homeric and presents received. Remembering Walter's death and how Jeremy's loss has shaken her so deeply.
4 35 June 12, 1930. Glasgow, Ellen. To Rebe Tutwiler. Disgust on taking a trip.
4 35 May 30, 1930. Glasgow, Ellen. To Rebe Tutwiler. Nice visit with her; sending dresses to her.
4 36 Sept. 6, 1927. Glasgow, Ellen. To Rebe Tutwiler. Describing a motor trip through England, and plans for future lunch with Mrs. Sackeville-West and visit to Knole.
4 36 Aug. 31, 1927. Glasgow, Ellen. To Rebe Tutwiler. Comments on several Abbeys in England: Bath, Wells, York, Winchester and Exeter, Gloucester.
4 36 August 26, 1927. Glasgow, Ellen. To Rebe Tutwiler. Description of Dartmoor.
4 36 Aug. 24, 1927. Glasgow, Ellen. To Rebe Tutwiler. Description of some places in Dorchester. Lunch with the Hardys.
4 36 Aug. 11, 1927. Glasgow, Ellen. To Rebe Tutwiler. Comments on Dickens' garden, Canterbury, St. Alban's Cathedral.
4 36 Aug. 7, 1927. Glasgow, Ellen. To Rebe Tutwiler. Comments on Canterbury, London Museum and Tate Museum.
4 36 July 30, 1927. Glasgow, Ellen. To Rebe Tutwiler. Comments on how nice Arthur and Margaret were. Comments on the places visited in England, comparing the impressions on the trips to Egypt, Greece, and Italy.
4 36 July 23, 1927. Glasgow, Ellen. To Rebe Tutwiler. Comments on Durham and Yorkshire Abbey.
4 36 June 26, 1927. Glasgow, Ellen. To Rebe Tutwiler. At Arthur Glasgow's house in London.
4 36 June 1 1927. Glasgow, Ellen. To Rebe Tutwiler. Asking suggestions for places to go to in England.
4 36 April 24, 1927. Glasgow, Ellen. To Rebe Tutwiler. Plans on her trip. Thanks for handkerchiefs and sachet.
4 37 1926. Glasgow, Ellen. To Rebe Tutwiler. The bags are beautiful.
4 37 1926. Glasgow, Ellen. To Rebe Tutwiler. Expecting the bags she has sent.
4 37 Dec. 25, 1926. Glasgow, Ellen. To Rebe Tutwiler. Thanking for presents. Planned a Christmas for the Afro-American Old Folks Home. (two pages missing).
4 37 Jan. 3, 1926. Glasgow, Ellen. To Rebe Tutwiler. Enchanted by the Christmas gift.
4 38 Dec. 27, 1925. Glasgow, Ellen. To Rebe Tutwiler. The nicest Christmas she had since her childhood. Arthur gave her a Buick.
4 39 Feb. 18, 1924. Glasgow, Ellen. To Rebe Tutwiler. Cabell's verses very good.
4 40 March 20, 1923. Glasgow, Ellen. To Rebe Tutwiler. Asking to get seats for matinees to see Chekhov.
4 41 May 30, 1917. Glasgow, Ellen. To Rebe Tutwiler. How much she enjoyed visiting her.
4 41 Nov. 4, 1916. Glasgow, Ellen. To Rebe Tutwiler. Some kind of trouble with Rebe's health. How pretty and noble a character Rebe is.
4 41 May 28, 1916. Glasgow, Ellen. To Rebe Tutwiler. Going to N.Y.C. for some weeks. Can she join her?.
4 41 April 26, 1916. Glasgow, Ellen. To Rebe Tutwiler. How wonderful the visit she had with her.
4 41 Feb. 18, 1916. Glasgow, Ellen. To Rebe Tutwiler. Anne Virginia has cold. Cannot get away for another week.
4 42 Dec. 27, 1915. Glasgow, Ellen. To Rebe Tutwiler. Thanks for the chemises and picture of Cabell. Arthur nicer than ever but so depressed.
4 42 July 27, 1915. Glasgow, Ellen. To Rebe Tutwiler. Beautiful trip to California for the fair. Describing parties and sightseeing.
4 43 June 6, 1914. Glasgow, Ellen. To Rebe Tutwiler. Telling her about the invitations she received in London, including a chance to meet Henry James.
4 43 May 31, 1914. Glasgow, Ellen. To Rebe Tutwiler. Invitations to Margaret's house. Bought a lovely dress.
4 44 Aug. 5, 1908. Glasgow, Ellen. To Rebe Tutwiler. Describing Assisi.
4 45 Dec. 23, 1907. Glasgow, Ellen. To Rebe Tutwiler. Thanks for the embroidered chemise and bag.
4 45 Oct. 1907. Glasgow, Ellen. To Rebe Tutwiler. Asking to come whenever she wants to. News about other people.
4 45 July 2, 1907. Glasgow, Ellen. To Rebe Tutwiler. Describing the stay in White Sulphur Springs. How boring the place is and how much her father enjoys it.
4 45 June 29, 1907. Glasgow, Ellen. To Rebe Tutwiler. Preparing trip to White Sulphur Springs.
4 45 June 13, 1907. Glasgow, Ellen. To Rebe Tutwiler. How Cary feels about the trip to Mediterranean. About furniture and household matters.
4 45 June 4, 1907. Glasgow, Ellen. To Rebe Tutwiler. Describing reception she gave the Company of Texas from Fort Worth.
4 45 May 30, 1907. Glasgow, Ellen. To Rebe Tutwiler. The visiting veterans, how pathetic they look. She is in the Colonial Dames.
4 45 May 28, 1907. Glasgow, Ellen. To Rebe Tutwiler. Planning to go to White Sulphur Springs to Arthur's cottage ansd to send Cary to Europe.
4 45 May 24, 1907. Glasgow, Ellen. To Rebe Tutwiler. Reference to how Rebe has improved her personality in the last three years. Household matters.
4 45 May 23, 1907. Glasgow, Ellen. To Rebe Tutwiler. The feeling that she has never been of any use to anyone. She worries about Rebe's health.
4 45 May 22, 1907. Glasgow, Ellen. To Rebe Tutwiler. Sorry for the letter she has written her; but she is the only one worthy to live for.
4 45 Feb. 17, 1907. Glasgow, Ellen. To Rebe Tutwiler. She is feeling ill. Glad Rebe is coming home.
4 45 Jan. 30, 1907. Glasgow, Ellen. To Rebe Tutwiler. Birthday letter. She misses her so much. Household matters.
4 45 Jan. 26, 1907. Glasgow, Ellen. To Rebe Tutwiler. Plans to go to N.Y.
4 45 Jan. 18, 1907. Glasgow, Ellen. To Rebe Tutwiler. Redecorating back part of the house. Half a book is finished.
4 45 Jan. 3, 1907. Glasgow, Ellen. To Rebe Tutwiler. Describing two receptions. One in the Branches' Home.
4 46 1906. Glasgow, Ellen. To Rebe Tutwiler. Describing atmosphere in Chase City.
4 46 1906. Glasgow, Ellen. To Rebe Tutwiler. Planning to meet her in New York.
4 46 1906. Glasgow, Ellen. To Rebe Tutwiler. Planning the trip to N.Y. from Chase City.
4 46 Dec. 30, 1906. Glasgow, Ellen. To Rebe Tutwiler. Planning to go to the Branche's reception. Household matters.
4 46 Dec. 26, 1906. Glasgow, Ellen. To Rebe Tutwiler. Describing Christmas day.
4 46 Dec. 23, 1906. Glasgow, Ellen. To Rebe Tutwiler. Telling about presents and plans for Christmas.
4 46 Dec. 20, 1906. Glasgow, Ellen. To Rebe Tutwiler. About Christmas presents and household matters.
4 46 Dec. 16, 1906. Glasgow, Ellen. To Rebe Tutwiler. How distracted she is from her work and how pretty she was in her wedding.
4 46 Dec. 14, 1906. Glasgow, Ellen. To Rebe Tutwiler. After wedding letter. How much she misses her.
4 46 Dec. 7, 1906. Glasgow, Ellen. To Rebe Tutwiler. She realizes how much she misses her.
4 47 April 18, 1936. Hall, Radcliff. To Ellen Glasgow. Comments on Vein of Iron.
4 48 June 10, 1931. Houston, Hubert T. To Arthur Glasgow. Giving him an account of the spending of $1000 he received as a gift.
4 49 Jan. 1953. Humphreys and Glasgow. To Arthur Glasgow. Sending three envelopes with correspondence of Ellen Glasgow from 1905-1939, existing in their files.
4 50 July 24, 1953. Johnston, Elizabeth. TLS to MKR. About the use of her sister's letters by two persons.
4 51 Jan. 30, 1947. Maynard, Douglas W. To Arthur Glasgow. Miss Bennett opened the Glasgow house for the meeting of the Richmond SPCA.
4 52 Jan. 30, 1953. Mims, Edwin. To MKR.
4 53 Dec. 15, 1938. Perkins, Maxwell. To Ellen Glasgow. The review of her book has appeared in Times, 18th December issue. MKR put the three prefaces that she preferred in the article in The Tribune Books.
4 53 July 12, 1938. Perkins, Maxwell. To Ellen Glasgow. Reviews in Saturday Review and Tribune slow to appear.
4 53 May 17, 1938. Perkins, Maxwell. To Ellen Glasgow. About Mr. Balmer asking for the publication in the Redbook of The Sheltered Life.
4 53 May 6, 1938. Perkins, Maxwell. To Ellen Glasgow. 100 copies of Virginia Edition sold. Depression makes things difficult.
4 53 April 20, 1938. Perkins, Maxwell. To Ellen Glasgow. Sorry about the misplacing of frontspiece. About correcting the last sentence in Virginia Edition.
4 53 April 19, 1938. Perkins, Maxwell. To Ellen Glasgow. Howard Mumford's review suggested for Herald Tribune. Dr. Canby already into it for the Saturday Review.
4 53 April 8, 1938. Perkins, Maxwell. To Ellen Glasgow. Asking to send the fifty booklets. Sorry about Ambassador Wedell.
4 53 Feb. 18, 1938. Perkins, Maxwell. To Ellen Glasgow. The correction in Virginia Edition is possible.
4 53 Jan. 29, 1938. Perkins, Maxwell. To Ellen Glasgow. Enclosing a list of volumes grouped according to her decisions.
4 53 Jan. 24, 1938. Perkins, Maxwell. To Ellen Glasgow. After reading the proofs of the six volumes will send them to her.
4 54 Dec. 8, 1937. Perkins, Maxwell. To Ellen Glasgow. No difficulties in regards to illustrations for the set.
4 54 Dec. 1, 1937. Perkins, Maxwell. To Ellen Glasgow. Preface for Vein of Iron absorbing. Commenting on the frontispiece.
4 54 Nov. 24, 1937. Perkins, Maxwell. To Ellen Glasgow. Sending proofs and the inscription page, to sign her name.
4 54 Nov. 17, 1937. Perkins, Maxwell. To Ellen Glasgow. Advising her on matter of the preface for Barren Ground.
4 54 Nov. 8, 1937. Perkins, Maxwell. To Ellen Glasgow. Spelling matter.
4 54 Nov. 5, 1937. Perkins, Maxwell. To Ellen Glasgow. Delighted over the three first pages.
4 54 Oct. 29, 1937. Perkins, Maxwell. To Ellen Glasgow. Comments on the arrangement of books.
4 54 Oct. 19, 1937. Perkins, Maxwell. To Ellen Glasgow. Barren Ground and The Sheltered Life are set up. Getting a copy of The Romantic Comedians from the Old Dominion Edition. He would prefer The Romance of the Plain Man instead of the last.
4 54 Oct. 8, 1937. Perkins, Maxwell. To Ellen Glasgow. Send pages showing how they proposed to set her books.
4 54 Sept. 20, 1937. Perkins, Maxwell. To Ellen Glasgow. He sends Santayana's Works in order for her to see what kind of limited edition they publish.
4 54 Sept. 17, 1937. Perkins, Maxwell. To Ellen Glasgow. Advising her on how this new edition should be, concerning the prefaces and revisions.
4 54 Aug. 31, 1937. Perkins, Maxwell. To Ellen Glasgow. "One Way to Write Novels" is delightful. Planning the Virginia Edition.
4 54 Aug. 27, 1937. Perkins, Maxwell. To Ellen Glasgow. He will re-read the article in the Saturday Review.
4 54 Aug. 18, 1937. Perkins, Maxwell. To Ellen Glasgow. Proposing to her the publication by subscription of her works; proposed plan and name for the edition.
4 55a May 13, 1947. Randolph of Hunton, Anderson, Gay and Moore. To Arthur Glasgow. Sickness of Miss Bennett.
4 55b April 14, 1953. Rawlings, Marjorie K. To Arthur Glasgow. Asking the cause of the gaps in correspondence of Ellen Glasgow and Rebe Glasgow Tutwiler.
4 56 Dec. 3, 1952. Rawlings, Marjorie K. To Arthur Glasgow. Explaining to him about the biography she has been asked to write. Asking for material.
4 57 March 6, 1953. Rawlings, Marjorie K. To Elizabeth Johnston. About misunderstanding with the letters of her sister, Mary. any biography of Ellen Glasgow could be done without mentioning the friendship between her and her sister, Mary.
4 58 March 1953. Rawlings, Marjorie K. Notes to Mr. H.W. Anderson. With approximate words she used when she sent it with flowers.
4 59 1952. Rawlings, Marjorie K. Ms. draft of note or telegram to Henry W. Anderson on the back on an envelope. Inviting him to stop in Cross Creek on his way to Palm Beach.
4 59 1952. Rawlings, Marjorie K. MS draft of note or telegram to H.W. Anderson inviting him to lunch.
4 60 Sept. 30, 1952. Reese, Agnes. To Arthur Glasgow. Thanks for the present he sent to her.
4 60 Sept. 24, 1952. Reese, Agnes. To Arthur Glasgow. Sympathy letter on the death of his wife.
4 61 July 13, 1925. Thuman, Frederick. To Ellen Glasgow. Congratulations on her book, Barren Ground.
4 62 June 8, 1953. Trigg, Emma (Gray). TLS to MKR. Thanking her for the mangoes and The Sojourner.
4 62 April 16, 1953. Trigg, Emma (Gray). TLS to MKR. Telling about Ellen Glasgow's personality.
4 63 [n.d.]. Tutwiler, Rebe. ALS Print to Margaret Dashiell. Wishing her a Merry Christmas.
4 63 n.d. Tutwiler, Rebe. ALS to Margaret Dashiell. Thanking her for sympathy.
4 64 n.d. Tutwiler, Rebe. To Arthur G. Glasgow. Problems of converting house into memorial.
4 65 Nov. 19, 1953. Tutwiler, Rebe. ALS to MKR. Thanks for present and plans to visit with Anne Virginia Bennett.
4 65 Nov. 14, 1953. Tutwiler, Rebe. ALS to MKR. Comments on men's role in Ellen's life.
4 65 Oct. 27, 1953. Tutwiler, Rebe. ALS to MKR. Thanks for flowers and wishing a pleasant and fruitful stay in Richmond.
4 65 Sept. 16, 1953. Tutwiler, Rebe. ALS to MKR. Expecting her in October. Comments on Ellen.
4 65 June 9, 1953. Tutwiler, Rebe. ALS to MKR. Thanks for mangoes and plans for summer.
4 65 May 22, 1953. Tutwiler, Rebe. ALS to MKR. thanks for the invitation to stop in her house and plans for summer.
4 65 April 12, 1953. Tutwiler, Rebe. ALS to MKR. Remarks on Ellen, Mr. Cohen and Donald Adams.
4 65 March 27, 1953. Tutwiler, Rebe. ALS to MKR. Reflections and comments on Ellen Glasgow and herself.
4 65 March 12, 1953. Tutwiler, Rebe. ALS to MKR. Looking forward to seeing her and talking about Ellen.
4 66 Dec. 31, 1952. Tutwiler, Rebe. ALS to MKR. Thanks for her book. Comments on The Yearling, Art of Cooking. Looking forward to meeting her and talking about Ellen.
4 66 Sept. 21, 1952. Tutwiler, Rebe. ALS to MKR. Glad she plans to write Ellen's biography. Comments on Ellen.
4 67 March 27, 1953. Tutwiler, Rebe. ALS to Irita Van Doren. Met MKR and trusts her very much as the author of Ellen's biography.
4 68 Jan. 23, 1953. Wright, Marcellus (Jr.). To Arthur Glasgow. Thanks for his generous gift for the memorial.

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