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II. Manuscripts [series]:
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Ford, Ford Madox
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Adeline and Oscar (Ts(x), 18 pp)
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Algernon Charles Swinburne (Ts(x), 2 pp.)   
Scope: From The English Review, May 1909.


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All Else is Folly (Ts(x), 6 pp.)   
Scope: A note by way of preface by Ford.


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Cambridge on the Caboodle (Ts., Ts(x), 6 pp.)   
Scope: From The Saturday Review of Literature, Volume IV, Number 21, 1927: December 17.


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The Cantos of Ezra Pound (Ts(x), 7 pp.)   
Scope: Editor's note by Ford.


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The Case of James Lurgan (Ts(x), 7 pp.)   
Scope: From The Bystander, 1911: December 6.


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Catalogue of an Exhibition of Collected Works by Ford Madox Brown (Ts(x), 8 pp.)   
Scope: Preface by Ford.


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The Characters of Spoon River (Ts(x), 3 pp.)   
Scope: From The Outlook, 1915: August 7.


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Citizen or Subject: Why I Shall Never Become an American Citizen (Ts(x), 3 pp)
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The Collected Poems of Christina Rossetti (Ts(x), 13 pp.)
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The Condition of England (Ts(x), 3 pp.)   
Scope: From The English Review, August 1909.


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Creative History and the Historic Sense (Ts(x), 12 pp.)   
Scope: Series written for The Yale Review. Edited by Sondra and Richard Stang.


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Critical Attitude: Applied to the Affairs of the World in General (Ts(x), 53 pp.)   
Scope: Series written for The Bystander. Includes "The Bystander" and the Critical Attitude, 1911: November 8; Critical Attitude: Applied to the Affairs of the World in General, 1911: November 15; A Tory Plea for Home Rule, 1911: November 22; A Tory Plea for Home Rule: Second Article, 1911: November 29; The True State of German Popular Sentiment, 1911: December 13; Has Dancing a Moral Purpose?, 1911: December 20; The Music-Halls of Europe: England's Easy Lead, 1911: December 27; Good-Bye, Censor: The Public Indifference, 1912: January 3; Pan and the Pantomime, 1912: January 10; Saving the Cabinet's Face: The Spurious Suffrage Split, 1912: January 17; Church, State, and Divorce, 1912: January 24; England - The Home of Dyspepsia, 1912: January 31; The Game and Play of Golf, 1912: February 7; In Defence of the Looker-On, 1912: February 14; And How Conservatives Are Letting It Go, 1912: February 28; Mr. Galsworthy and the Problem of Poverty, 1912: March 6.


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Declined With Thanks (Ts., Ts(x), 7 pp.)   
Scope: From New York Herald Tribune, 1928: June 24.


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A Distinguished First Novel (Ts(x), 2 pp.)   
Scope: From The Bookman, September 1928.


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Dodsworth by Sinclaire Lewis (Ts(x), 2 pp.)
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The Due Use of Spices (Ts., 10 pp)
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The Easy Gods (Ts(x), 2 pp.)   
Scope: From The Outlook, 1915: July 3.


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Elizabeth Madox Roberts (Ts(x), 3 pp.)
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Emma (Ts, Ts(x), 8 pp.)   
Scope: From New York Herald Tribune, 1928: June 10.


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The English Review Book of Short Stories (Ts(x), 10 pp.)   
Scope: Foreword by Ford.


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The Evolution of a Lyric (Ts(x), 3 pp.)   
Scope: From The Outlook, 1899: April 22.


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Farewell to Arms (Ts., 1 p.)   
Scope: Introduction by Ford. Filed in Series III. Miscellaneous Ford Madox Ford, Ford Madox Ford Exhibition.


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The Fate of the Semiclassic: The Sad State of Publishing (Ts. Ts(x), 8 pp.)   
Scope: From The Forum, Volume XCVIII, September 1937.


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The Flame in Stone (Ts(x), 2 pp.)   
Scope: From Poetry: A Magazine of Verse, June 1937.


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Four in the Morning Cookery (Ts., 4 pp.)   
Scope: From Harper's Bazaar, October 1938.


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France, 1915 (contiuned) (Ts(x), 2 pp.)   
Scope: From The Outlook, 1915: May 8.


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From China to Peru (Ts(x), 2 pp.)   
Scope: From The Outlook, 1915: June 19.


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Galsworthy (Ts(x), 12 pp.)   
Scope: From The American Mercury, Volume 37, April 1936.


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George Meredith, O.M. (Ts(x), 2 pp.)   
Scope: From The English Review, June 1909.


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The Good Soldier (Ts(x), 1 p.)   
Scope: Translation into French by Ford. Filed in Series III. Miscellaneous Ford Madox Ford, Ford Madox Ford Exhibition.


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The Governess (Ts(x), 8 pp.)   
Scope: Preface by Ford.


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Half Pixie and Half Bird (Ts(x), 1 p.)   
Scope: From New York Herald Tribune Books, 1927: February 27.


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Hands Off the Arts (Ts., Ts(x), 14 pp.)   
Scope: From The American Mercury, April 1935.


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A Haughty and Proud Generation (Ts(c), Ts(x), 52 pp.)   
Scope: From Yale Review, July 1922


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A Haughty of English Prosody (Ts(x), 3 pp.)   
Scope: From The English Review, July 1922


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A History of Our Own Times (Ts., Ts(x), 259 pp.)
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Honoria Mary Lalage (Ts(x), 52 pp.)
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Joseph Conrad (Ts(x), 16 pp.)   
Scope: From The English Review, December 1911.


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A Jubilee (Ts., 3 pp.)   
Scope: From The Outlook, 1915: July 10.


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Katharine Howard: A Play (Ts(x), 81 pp.)
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Last Nickels: A Short Story (Ts., 25 pp.; Ts(x). 15 pp.)
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Last Words About Edward VIII (Ts(x), 29 pp)
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Lecture Delivered at University College London (Auto., Ts., 62 pp)
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Lecture Delivered in 1925 (Ts(x), 21 pp)
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The Left Bank & Other Stories (Ts(x), 36 pp)   
Scope: Preface by Ford.


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Letters to the Editor: James Joyce and the English Language (Ts(x), 1 p)   
Scope: From the Saturday Review of Literature, 1939: June 3. Filed with Series II. Manuscripts; Stang, Richard; Critical Essays / Ford Madox Ford.


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The Life and Strange Surprising Adventures of Robinson Crusoe of York, Mariner by Daniel Defoe (Ts(x), 24 pp)   
Scope: Introduction by Ford.


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The Life and Times of Henry VIII (Ts(x), 33 pp)   
Scope: Synopsis and chapter one of the book.


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Literary Causeries (Ts(x), 4 pp)   
Scope: From the The Academy, 1905: September 23.


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Literary Causeries (Ts(x), 15 pp)   
Scope: Series written for the Chicago Tribune Sunday Magazine. Includes The Younger American Writers, 1924: February 17; Vill Loomyare, 1924: February 24; -And the French, 1924: March 2; Revivlas and Revivalists, 1924: March 16; So She Went into The Garden..., 1924: April 6; On Causeries as Such, 1924: May 4.


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Literary Portraits (Ts(x), 79 pp.)   
Scope: Series written for The Outlook. Includes Mr. Compton Mackenzie and "Sinister Street," 1913: September 13; Mr. H.G. Wells and the "Passionate Friends," 1913: September 27; Mr. Arnold Bennett and "The Regent," 1913: October 4; Miss Violet Hunt and "The Desirable Alien," 1913: October 11; Mr. John Galsworthy and teh "Dark Flower," 1913: October 18; Mr. Percival Gibbon and "The Second-Class Passenger," 1913: October 25; Professor Saintsbury and the English "Nuvvle," 1913: November 1; Mr. Thomas Hardy and "A Changes Man," 1913: November 8; Herr Arthur Schnitzler and "Bertha Garlan," 1913: November 29; Gerhart Hauptmann and "Atlantis," 1914: January 17; Fydor Dostoievsky and "The Idiot," 1914: February 14; Monsignor Benson, and "Initiation," 1914: February 28; Miss Amber Reeves and "A Lady and Her Husband," 1914: March 7; Mr. Morley Roberts and "Time and Thomas Waring," 1914; March 21; Lord Dunsany and "Five Plays," 1914: April 17; Mr. Sturge Moore and "The Sea is Kind," 1914: April 25; Miss May Sinclair and "The Judgement of Eve," 1914: May 2; Les Jeunes and "Des Imagistes," 1914: May 9; Les Jeunes and "Des Imagistes" (second notice), 1914: May 16; Mr. W.H. Mallock and "Social Reform," 1914: May 30; Mr. W.. Yeats and His New Poems, 1914: June 6; Mr. Richard Curle and "Joseph Conrad," 1914: June 20; Mr. Robert Frost and "North of Boston," 1914: June 27; Mr. Wyndham Lewis and "Blast," 1914: July 4; Mme. Yoi Pawlowska and "A Child Went Forth," 1914: July 18, Professor Cowl and "The Theory of Poetry in England," 1914: July 25, "Cedant Togae...," 1914: September 5; M. Charles-Louis Philippe and "Le Père Perdrix," 1914: August 8; The Muse of War, 1914: September 12; Trimalchio, 1914: September 26; Germania, 1914: October 3; Persecution of German Professors, 1914: October 10; Goethe as Superman, 1914: October 17; Goethe as Superman (continued); 1914: October 24; The Kulturmensch, 1914: October 31; The Kulturmensch (continued), 1914: November 7; William II and the Plastic Arts, 1914: November 14.


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Literary Portraits (Ts(x), 7 pp.)   
Scope: Series written for The Tribune. Includes Mr. John Galsworthy, 1907: August 10; Mr. Joseph Conrad, 1907: September 14; Maxim Gorky, 1907: September 28; Mr. Dixon Clayton Calthrop, 1907: October 5; Mr. Maurice Hewlett, 1907: October 26; The Year 1908, 1908: January 4; Mr. Charles Doughty, 1908: January 25.


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Love in Chartres (Ts(x), 3 pp)   
Scope: Introductory Note by Ford.


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The Making of Modern Verse (Ts(x), 34 pp)   
Scope: From The Academy and Literature, 1902: April 19 and 1902: April 26.


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Manhattan Solo (Ts(x), 2 pp)   
Scope: From theNew York Herald Tribune Books, 1937: february 14.


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The March of Literature (Ts., Ts(x), 949 pp)
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Mediterranean Reverie (Ts., Ts(x), 15 pp)
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Memories of Oscar Wilde (Ts., 8 pp.)   
Scope: From The Saturday Review of Literature, 1939: May 27


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Men and Books (Ts(x), 4 pp.)   
Scope: From Time and Tide, 1936: May 23.


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A Mirror to Conrad (Ts(x), 5 pp.)
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Mr. Conrad's Writing (Ts(x), 4 pp.)   
Scope: From Spectator Literary Supplement.


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Modern Poetry (Ts(c), 21 pp.)   
Scope: From Living Age, January 1910.


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The Movies (Ts(x), 2 pp.)   
Scope: From The Outlook, 1915: August 21.


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The Nigger (Ts(x), 2 pp.)   
Scope: From The Outlook, 1915: July 24.


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The Noble Fluid (Ts(x), 24 pp.)
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None Shall Look Back (Ts., Ts(x), 4 pp.)
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Nostromo: A Tale of the Seaboard (Auto(x), Ts(x), 4 pp)   
Scope: Ford's contribution to Joseph Conrad's Nostromo. Ts(x) from T.P.'s Weekly, 1904: April 8. Filed in Series III. Miscellaneous Ford Madox Ford, Ford Madox Ford Exhibition.


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A Note to the Preface of Madox Brown's 1909 Exhibition (Ts(x), 3 pp)
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(Ts(x), 2 pp.)   
Scope: From Shenandoah, 1938.


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On Conrad's Vocabulary (Ts(c), Ts(x), 21 pp.)
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On Heaven, and Poems Written on Active Service (Ts(x), 4 pp.)   
Scope: Preface.


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On Impressionism (Ts(x), 24 pp.)   
Scope: From Poetry and Drama, Number 6, June 1914.


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On a Notice of "Blast" (Ts(x), 3 pp.)   
Scope: From The Outlook, 1915: July 31.


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The Other House (Ts(x), 1 p.)   
Scope: From New York Herald Tribune Books, 1927: October 2


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A Paris Letter (Ts., 21 pp.)   
Scope: From Kenyon Review, 1938.


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Political and Diplomatic (Ts(x), 4 pp.)   
Scope: From The English Review, December 1908.


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Portraits of Cities (Ts., 7 pp.)
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Pound and "How to Read" (Ts., Ts(x), 35 pp.)   
Scope: From The New Review, 1932.


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Pre-Raphaelite Epitaph (Ts., Ts(x), 6 pp.)   
Scope: From The Saturday Review of Literature, Volume X, Number 27, 1934: January 20.


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Professor's Progress (Ts(x), 10 pp)   
Scope: Synopsis of book.


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Pure Literature (Ts(x), 18 pp.)   
Scope: Edited by Max Saunders.


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Ralston Crawford's Pictures (Ts(x), 5 pp.)
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The Rash Act (Ts., 4 pp.)   
Scope: From Weekend Review, Volume VIII, 1933: September 9.


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The Reader (Ts(x), 10 pp.)   
Scope: From The Bookman, Volume XL, Number 237, June 1911.


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The Sad State of Publishing (Ts., Ts(x), 8 pp.)   
Scope: From The Forum, Volume XCVIII, August 1937.


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The Sea and the Jungle (Ts(x), 4 pp.)   
Scope: From Rhythm, December 1912.


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Selected Poems by Nora Chesson (Ts(x), 7 pp.)   
Scope: Introductory by Ford.


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Shakespeare. Mr. Hueffer's Proposal. A Theater on the Globe Site. (Ts(x), 3 pp.)   
Scope: From The Daily News, 1908: March 20.


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Shylock as Mr. Tree (Ts(x), 2 pp.)   
Scope: From The Saturday Review, 1908: April 11.


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The Sisters (Ts(x), 33 pp.)   
Scope: Introduction by Ford.


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The Small Producer (Ts., 6 pp.)   
Scope: From The American Mercury, August 1935.


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Sologub and Artzibashef (Ts(x), 2 pp.)   
Scope: From The Outlook, 1915: June 26.


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Some Young French Writers (Ts(x), 3 pp.)   
Scope: From The Books of France.


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A Stage in American Literature (Ts(c), Ts(x), 32 pp.)   
Scope: From The Bookman, December 1931.


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Stocktaking: Towards a Re-Valuation of English Literature (Ts(x), 136 pp.)   
Scope: From Transatlantic Review. Published under the name Daniel Chaucer.


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Stories from De Maupassant (Ts(x), 35 pp.)   
Scope: Preface by Ford.


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The Survivors (Ts(x), 39 pp.)   
Scope: Preface by Ford.


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Synopses of Novels (Ts(x), 6 pp)   
Scope: Includes synopses for Bond, Hallows End,and After Waterloo.


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Techniques (Ts(x), 8 pp.)   
Scope: From The Southern Review.


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Thomas Hardy, O.M. Obiit 11 January, 1928 (Ts., Ts(x), 9 pp.)   
Scope: From New York Herald Tribune Books, 1928: January 22.


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Those Were the Days (Ts(x), 10 pp.)   
Scope: From Imagist Anthology, 1930: New Poetry .


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Thus to Revisit (Ts(x), 11 pp.)   
Scope: Series written forThe Piccadilly Review. Includes The Novel, 1919: October 23; The Realisitc Novel, 1919: October 30; The Serious Books, 1919: November 6; New forms for the Old, 1919: November 13; Biography and Criticism, 1919: November 20.


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The Trail of the Barbarians (Ts(x), 2 pp.)   
Scope: Translator's Note by Ford.


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Transatlantic Stories: Selected from the Transatlantic Review (Ts(x), 51 pp.)   
Scope: Introduction by Ford.


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Travel Notes I. Return to Olivet (Ts(x), 4 pp.)   
Scope: From Saturday Review of Literature, 1939: June 10.


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Trial is Likened to a Bull Fight (Ts., Ts(x), 4 pp.)
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Tribute to Judge Paid by Novelist (Ts(x), 2 pp.)
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"Ulysses" and the Handling of Indecencies (Ts(c),Ts(x), 26 pp.)   
Scope: From The English Review, December 1922.


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Unidentified Fragments (Ts(x), 17 pp.)
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Vasco (Ts(x), 8 pp.)   
Scope: Preface by Ford.


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War and the Mind (Ts(x), 14 pp.)   
Scope: From The Yale Review. Edited by Sondra Stang.


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Weather (Ts., 31 pp)
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When the Wicked Man (Ts(x), 1 p.)   
Scope: Prefatory note to English edition.


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The Work of W.H. Hudson (Ts(x), 8 pp.)   
Scope: From The English Review, April 1909.


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W.P.A. and American Civilization (Ts(x), 5 pp.)   
Scope: From Talks, January 1937.


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Years After (Ts(x), 2 pp)
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Zeppelin Nights (Ts., 153 pp)
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Foster, Richard
 
Frankly, I Like Criticism (Ts., 11 pp.)   
Scope: Offprint from The Antioch Reviee.


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Henriksson, Anders
 
Rewriting History, Life Reeked With Joy (Ts(x), 4 pp.)   
Scope: Filed with Series II. Manuscripts; Stang, Sondra; The Ford Madox Ford Reader.


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Levi, Hermann.
 
The Montefiore Memorandum -- 1882 (Ts(x), 3 pp.)
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Merrill, James.
 
Paul Valéry: Palme (Ts(x), 5 pp, 2 drafts)
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Naumburg, Jr., Edward
 
My Favorite Bookseller (Ts., 10 pp.)   
Scope: Offprint from The Princeton University Library Chronicle, Volume XLVII, Number 2, Winter 1987.


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Saunders, Max
 
Critical Essays / Ford Madox Ford (Auto., Ts., Ts(x), 272 pp.)   
Scope: Edited and introduced with Richard Stang. Includes notes and correspondence toward the publication of Critical Essays. Filed with Richard Stang.


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Stang, Richard
 
Critical Essays / Ford Madox Ford (Auto., Ts., Ts(x), 272 pp.)   
Scope: Edited and introduced with Max Saunders. Includes notes and correspondence toward the publication of Critical Essays.


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Stang, Sondra
 
The Ford Madox Ford Reader (Auto., Ts., Ts(x), 38 pp.)   
Scope: Includes notes and correspondence toward the publication of The Ford Madox Ford Reader.


 
An Interview with Janice Biala (Auto., Ts., 161 pp.)   
Scope: Includes notes by Stang and Biala.


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Unidentified
 
Ford Madox Ford Biographical Information (Ts., Ts(x), 8 pp.)   
Scope: Possibly written by Ford.


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Van Duyn, Mona
 
The Aging Tenor (Ts, 1 p.)
 
Double Sonnet for Minimalists (Ts(x), 1 p.)
 
The Poet as Novelist (Ts(x), 4 pp.)
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Williams, William Carlos
 
To Ford Madox Ford in Heaven (Ts, 2 pp.)   
Scope: Filed in Series III. Miscellaneous Ford Madox Ford, Ford Madox Ford Exhibition.