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THE WAUGH-RUSSELL COLLECTION
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Box: 1 Fold: 1 A little Learning [1 TMs]
DATE SPAN: [01/01/1960]? - [12/31/1964]?

DESCRIPTION: Contains a typed manuscript of the first volume of Waugh's autobiography. Some handwritten notes can be found in the text. "A Little Learning" was published in 1964.

Box: 1 Fold: 2 Corrected Proofs of EW's "A Little Learning."
DATE SPAN: [01/01/1960]? - [12/31/1964]?

DESCRIPTION: Contains four installments of the proofs of Evelyn Waugh's autobiography with handwritten corrections. [See also folder #14 of the Waugh-Russell collection .]

Box: 1 Fold: 3 Waugh to Russell: "It is kind . . . my reviewing" [1ALS]
10 Sept [1952], 19 Sept [1952]

DESCRIPTION: Contains one letter where Evelyn Waugh declines to review the Claudel-Gide correspondence and mentions his Sitwell profile. Also, a carbon of letter from Russell in response to the above.

Box: 1 Fold: 4 Waugh to Russell: "When you . . . review Claudel" [1ACS]
[30 Sept 1952] (postmark), 3 Oct 1952

DESCRIPTION: Contains a postcard with Evelyn Waugh's opinion on Cyril Connolly's review of the Claudel-Gide book. Also a carbon of letter from Russell responding to the above.

Box: 1 Fold: 5 Waugh to Russell: "I have finished the task " [1 ACS]
6 Nov 1954

DESCRIPTION: Contains a postcard by Evelyn Waugh stating his availability to write some book reviews for Russell.

Box: 1 Fold: 6 Waugh to Russell:"I fear this was rather more . . ." [1 ANS]
17 Nov 1954

DESCRIPTION: Contains a note from Evelyn Waugh expressing concern for the length of his review. It briefly mentions "Popski".

Box: 1 Fold: 7 Waugh to Russell:"Not to ...disparaging of Mr. Horking" [1ANS]
15 Dec 1954

DESCRIPTION: Contains a note from Evelyn Waugh, requesting the addition of a paragraph to his reference to "Private Progress" in Russell's list of books of the years.

Box: 1 Fold: 8 Waugh to Russell:"I should like to review . . " [1 ACS]
27 May [1955 (postmark)]

DESCRIPTION: Contains a postcard from Evelyn Waugh, expressing his willingness to review "English Country Homes."

Box: 1 Fold: 9 "Mr. Evelyn Waugh is abroad . . ." [1 C]
[12 Aug 1955?] (postmark)

DESCRIPTION: Contains a printed card informing Russell that Evelyn Waugh is abroad.

Box: 1 Fold: 10 Waugh to Russell:"I am...a review of Alfred Austin" [1ACS]
[23 Aug 1955?] (postmark)

DESCRIPTION: Contains a postcard from Evelyn Waugh confirming that he is reviewing "Alfred Austin" and that it will be ready for the next sunday's edition.

Box: 1 Fold: 11 Waugh to Russell: "I will review . . ." [1 ACS]
[9 Oct 1955?] (postmark)

DESCRIPTION: Contains a postcard from Evelyn Waugh stating his willingness to review "Early Victorian Architecture" if it is not too late to be included in the "Sunday Times."

Box: 1 Fold: 12 Waugh to Russell "Can I have Graham Greene's " [1 ACS]
[8 Dec 1955] (postmark)

DESCRIPTION: Contains a brief postcard from Evelyn Waugh, requesting to review Graham Greene's "Quiet American."

Box: 1 Fold: 13 Waugh to Russell:"Mr. Aitken of Chapman & Hall " [1 ACS]
27 May 1964

DESCRIPTION: Contains a postcard from Waugh instructing Russell about some photographs and drawings that Mr. Aitken of Chapman & Hall will deliver to Russell. The illustrations were to be used in EW's autobiography.

Box: 1 Fold: 14 Waugh to Russell:"I have returned the proofs of" [1 ALS]
11 June 1964

DESCRIPTION: Contains a handwritten letter from EW informing Russell of his returning the corrected proofs of a selection from "A Little Learning." Also, Waugh discusses in detail which photographer should provide the photographs to illustrate the memoirs.

Box: 1 Fold: 15 Waugh to Russell:"Yes, If you can arrange it" [1 ACS]
16 June 1964

DESCRIPTION: Contains a brief postcard from Waugh, agreeing to go to London to be photographed by Mr. Karsh of Ottawa. [See also Folder # 14 of the Waugh-Russel collection .]

Box: 1 Fold: 16 Waugh to Russell:"Your letter of the 10th July has " [1 ALS]
15 July 1964

DESCRIPTION: Contains ALS from Evelyn Waugh, answering an earlier letter from Russell, and clarifying some specific details that Russell had apparently requested.

Box: 1 Fold: 17 Waugh to Russell:"It would not be worth your Mr. Pearson..." [1 ACS]
5 May 1965

DESCRIPTION: Contains a postcard from Waugh, refusing to see a Mr. Pearson. Also, it explains his family ties with Ian Fleming.

Box: 1 Fold: 18 Waugh to Russell:"I am sorry that you have been annoyed..." [1 ACS]
DATE SPAN: [01/01/1950]? - [12/31/1965]?

DESCRIPTION: Contains a brief card from Waugh, apologizing for an unknown matter.

Box: 1 Fold: 21 The Nancy Spain lawsuit
13 Feb 1957 - 15 Feb 1957, undated

DESCRIPTION: Contains correspondence and legal documents related to the 1956-57 law suit between Waugh and Beaverbrook Newspapers Limited and Nancy Spain. The law suit originated in February 24, 1957, when Spain's article appeared in the spectator.

Subpoena for Russell to testify on behalf of the defendants. 02/13/1957

Correspondence from Allen & Overy (defendants'Lawyers) to Russell 02/15/1957

Proof of evidence of Leonard Russell. (Statement) 02/15/1957



Box: 1 Fold: 22 Waugh: Photographs
1930 - 1961

DESCRIPTION: Contains nine photographs of EW at different stages of his life. Also, a list itemizing the pictures.

Mounted photograph of young EW. 01/01/1930

Photograph of young EW. 01/01/1932

Photograph of EW during his expedition to Spitsberger. 01/01/1934

Photograph of EW and wife Laura, returning from Isle de France. 12/06/1950

Mounted photograph of EW at the wedding of his son Auberon. 07/01/1961

Mounted photograph of EW as a child, with his mother.

Photograph of EW and family. (wife and five children) 7 11/1961

Photograph of EW and Patrick Bulford at the Cooper's wedding.

EW and Douglas Woodruff at a pre-war Sunday times exhibition.

Typed itemized list of photographs. Some handwritten notes.



Box: 1 Fold: 23 Christmas Card
December 1952

DESCRIPTION: Contains a christmas card that depicts a set of EW's novels. It is signed "from Jack Mc Dougall." Also an envelope addressed to Leonard Russell.

Box: 10 Fold: 19 Waugh to Russell: "Isle of Cloves " [1 ANS]
DATE SPAN: [01/01/1955]? - [12/31/1955]?

DESCRIPTION: Contains a brief note by Waugh from the Royal Crescent Hotel in Brighton, stating his lack of interest in Francis Ommanney's "Isle of Cloves." (1955)

Box: 10 Fold: 20 Waugh to Russell"Thank you for reading the extract" [1ACS]
DATE SPAN: [01/01/1950]? - [12/31/1965]?

DESCRIPTION: Contains a postcard from Waugh, thanking Russell for reading an extract from the "Daily Express."

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