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GRAHAM GREENE PAPERS PART 2
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Box: 1 Fold: 1 Graham Greene
1967-1968?

DESCRIPTION: 1 TLS from Graham Greene, a cover letter, written to fellow Honorary Members of the American Academy-Institute of Arts and Letters regarding his resignation due to the Academy's unconcern for political events, specifically the Vietnam war. Reference to Alan Nevins and Marianne Moore.

2 carbon copy drafts of a letter written to the Presidents of the National Institute of Arts and Letters and the American Academy of Arts and Letters stating that the undersigned Honorary Members submit their resignation due to an absence of protest made against the Vietnam war. The drafts were written by Herbert Read at the request of Greene. The second copy contains autograph corrections, some in Greene's hand and some in the hand of Pierre Boulez.

Typed list of 37 Honorary Members of the American Academy of Arts and Letters dated 12/12/1967. After each name Greene indicated by autograph note if the person had agreed to sign.

1 TL (photocopy) dated May 19 (no year) from Greene to the American Academy giving his resignation and referring to his hope of organizing a mass resignation.

Box: 1 Fold: 2 Isaiah Berlin
1967

DESCRIPTION: 1 TLS dated 9/18/1967 from Isaiah Berlin to Graham Greene regarding the Vietnam War and the American Academy of Arts and Letters. Reference to Robert Lowell, George Kennan, and Meyer Schapiro.

1 TL (carbon copy) dated 10/17/1967 from Greene to Berlin in response to his letter regarding Vietnam. Reference to Herbert Read.

Box: 1 Fold: 3 Pierre Boulez
1967-1968

DESCRIPTION: 1 TL (carbon copy) dated 12/12/1967 from Graham Greene to Pierre Boulez regarding the letter of resignation to the American Academy of Arts and Letters.

1 TLS dated 12/29/1967 from Boulez to Greene regarding changes to the proposed letter.

1 TLS dated 4/17/1968 from Boulez to Greene.

1 TL (carbon copy) dated 4/17/1968 from Greene to Boulez regarding the postponement of the letter.

Box: 1 Fold: 4 Cecil Maurice Bowra
1967

DESCRIPTION: 1 TLS dated 8/4/1967 from C.M. (Cecil Maurice) Bowra to Graham Greene regarding the American Academy of Arts and Letters. Reference to Alan Nevins and Howard Mountford.

Box: 1 Fold: 5 Benjamin Britten
1967

DESCRIPTION: 1 ALS dated 8/29/1967 from Benjamin Britten to Graham Greene regarding the Academy and American intervention in Vietnam.

Box: 1 Fold: 6 Cecil Day-Lewis
1967-1968?

DESCRIPTION: 1 ALS dated 8/28/1967? from Cecil Day-Lewis to Graham Greene regarding American policy in Vietnam.

1 TL (carbon copy) dated 8/31/1967 from Greene to Day-Lewis. Reference to E.M. Forster and Robert Lowell.

1 TLS dated 4/19/1968 from Day-Lewis to Greene.

1 ALS dated 6/20/1968? from Day-Lewis to Greene.

Box: 1 Fold: 7 E.M. Forster
1967

DESCRIPTION: 1 ALS dated 8/25/1967 from E.M. Forster to Graham Greene in reply to his proposed resignation from the American Academy of Arts and Letters. Forster writes, "I have for years deplored the national handling of negroes..."

Box: 1 Fold: 8 Richard Hughes
1967

DESCRIPTION: 1 TLS dated 9/4/1967 from Richard Hughes to Graham Greene regarding the resignation of Honorary Members from the American Academy of Arts and Letters.

Box: 1 Fold: 9 Andre Malraux
1967

DESCRIPTION: 1 TL dated 9/4/1967 from Marcel Brandin writing on behalf of Andre Malraux, French Minister of Cultural Affairs.

Box: 1 Fold: 10 Giacomo Manzu
1967

DESCRIPTION: 1 TLS dated 9/14/1967 from Giacomo Manzu to Graham Greene. Reference to Bertrand Russell.

1 TL (carbon copy) dated 9/16/1967 from Greene to Manzu in response.

Box: 1 Fold: 11 Jacques Maritain
1968

DESCRIPTION: 1 TL dated 1/16/1968 from Cornelia N. Borgerhoff writing on behalf of Jacques Maritain to Graham Greene regarding the American Academy of Arts and Letters.

Box: 1 Fold: 12 Francois Mauriac
1967-1968

DESCRIPTION: 1 TLS dated 12/19/1967 from Francois Mauriac to Graham Greene.

1 TL (carbon copy) dated 1/11/1968 from Greene to Mauriac thanking him for his reply.

1 TLS dated 1/19/1968 from Mauriac to Greene.

1 TLS dated 4/1/1968 from Mauriac to Greene.

Box: 1 Fold: 13 Alberto Moravia
1968

DESCRIPTION: 1 Telegram postmarked 1/4/1968? from Alberto Moravia to Graham Greene agreeing to give his signature to the statement.

1 TLS from Moravia to the Presidents of the National Institute of Arts and Letters and the American Academy of Arts and Letters submitting his resignation.

Box: 1 Fold: 14 Pier Luigi Nervi
1968

DESCRIPTION: 1 TLS dated 2/7/1968 from Pier Luigi Nervi to Graham Greene regarding Vietnam and the American Academy of Arts and Letters.

Box: 1 Fold: 15 Oscar Niemeyer
1968

DESCRIPTION: 1 Telegram from Oscar Niemeyer to Graham Greene stating that he agrees entirely with the letter.

1 TLS dated 4/8/1968 from Niemeyer to the Presidents of the National Institute of Arts and Letters and the American Academy of Arts and Letters submitting his resignation.

Box: 1 Fold: 16 Herbert Read
1967-1968

DESCRIPTION: 1 TLS dated 8/25/1967 from Herbert Read to Graham Greene in support of a mass resignation from the American Academy of Arts and Letters. Read writes, "I have for long been thinking of how to disassociate myself effectively from the USA so long as it persists in its barbaric war in Vietnam..." Reference to Roland Penrose and Cuba.

1 TL (carbon copy) dated 8/29/1967 from Greene to Read asking Read to draft the letter of resignation.

1 TL (carbon copy) dated 8/31/1967 from Greene to Read.

1 TLS dated 9/4/1967 from Read to Greene, "Here is a first shot at a letter..." Reference to Cecil Day-Lewis and Bertrand Russell.

1 TL (carbon copy) dated 9/8/1967 from Greene to Read thanking him for the draft and reporting the responses.

1 TLS dated 9/15/1967 from Read to Greene. Reference to Henry Moore.

1 TLS dated 10/14/1967 from Read to Greene. Reference to Isaiah Berlin's letter.

1 TL (carbon copy) dated 10/17/1967 from Greene to Read.

1 TL (photocopy) dated 1/9/1968 from Greene to Read regarding signatures.

1 TL (photocopy) dated 1/11/1968 from Greene to Read with reference to the suggestions made by Pierre Boulez.

1 TL (photocopy) dated 2/28/1968 from Greene to Read. Reference to his son Francis Greene.

1 TLS dated 4/5/1968 from Read to Greene regarding the postponement of the letter.

1 TL (carbon copy) from Greene to Read "I am so sorry that you've been in hospital again..."

1 TLS from Read to the Presidents of the National Institute of Arts and Letters and the American Academy of Arts and Letters submitting his resignation.



Box: 1 Fold: 17 Jules Romains
1967

DESCRIPTION: 1 TLS dated 8/28/1967 from Jules Romains to Graham Greene regarding his position on American intervention.

Box: 1 Fold: 18 Bertrand Russell
1967-1968

DESCRIPTION: 1 TLS dated 8/29/1967 from Bertrand Russell to Graham Greene regarding Alan Nevins' statement, the Vietnam War, and the American Academy of Arts and Letters.

1 TL (carbon copy) dated 8/31/1967 from Greene to Russell.

1 TLS dated 9/6/1967 from Russell to Greene regarding the draft of the resignation letter.

1 TLS dated 3/29/1968 from Greene to Russell listing the signatures the letter will bear.

1 TLS from Russell to the Presidents of the National Institute of Arts and Letters and the American Academy of Arts and Letters submitting his resignation.

1 TLS dated 7/3/1968 from Russell to Greene regarding Vietnam. Russell writes, "If, however, there is to be no collective resignation, I shall have to accept this fact."

Box: 1 Fold: 19 Henri Sauguet
1967

DESCRIPTION: 1 ALS dated 12/29/1967 from Henri Sauguet to Graham Greene regarding resignation from the American Academy of Arts and Letters.

Box: 1 Fold: 20 Ignazio Silone
1967-1968

DESCRIPTION: 1 TLS dated 9/12/1967 from Ignazio Silone to Graham Greene regarding the comments of Alan Nevins.

1 TL (carbon copy) dated 9/14/1967 from Greene to Silone.

1 ALS dated 9/20/1967 from Silone to Greene.

1 TLS from Ignazio Silone to the Presidents of the National Institute of Arts and Letters and the American Academy of Arts and Letters.

1 ALS dated 3/31/1968 from Silone to Greene regarding Vietnam.

Box: 1 Fold: 21 Osbert Sitwell
1967

DESCRIPTION: 1 TL dated 8/31/1967 from Frank Magro writing on behalf of Osbert Sitwell to Graham Greene regarding the resignation letter.

Box: 1 Fold: 22 C.P. Snow
1967-1968

DESCRIPTION: 1 TLS dated 9/7/1967 from C.P. Snow to Graham Greene regarding the combined resignation from the American Academy of Arts and Letters.

1 TL (carbon copy) dated 9/9/1967 from Greene to Snow thanking him for his letter.

1 TLS dated 4/3/1968 from Snow to Greene regarding changes to the resignation letter accompanied by two drafts of the letter.

1 TLS dated 7/1/1968 from Snow to Greene agreeing that the matter ought to be dropped.

Box: 1 Fold: 23 Arnold Toynbee
1967

DESCRIPTION: 1 TL dated 8/31/1967 from Arnold Toynbee (dictated to and signed by his Secretary) to Graham Greene regarding his opposition to the Vietnam War. Reference to Alan Nevins.

Box: 1 Fold: 24 C.V. Wedgwood
1967

DESCRIPTION: 1 TLS dated 9/1/1967 from C.V. Wedgwood to Graham Greene regarding the resignation from the American Academy of Arts and Letters.

Box: 1 Fold: 25 American Academy Folder
1967-1968

DESCRIPTION: Original folder labeled "American Academy" by Graham Greene.

Box: 1 Fold: 26 Violet Hunt
not dated

DESCRIPTION: 1 ALS from Violet Hunt to Graham Greene confirming a day to have tea. Reference to Ford Madox Ford, Elsie Hueffer, and Joseph Conrad. Hunt writes, "I haven't read Ford's article but if he ever loved anyone better than himself, it was Conrad."

Box: 1 Fold: 27 Violet Hunt
not dated

DESCRIPTION: 1 ALS from Violet Hunt to Graham Greene. Reference to Joseph Conrad, Jessie Conrad, Ford Madox Ford, Elsie Hueffer, and Henry James. Signed "Violet Hunt Hueffer."

Box: 1 Fold: 28 Violet Hunt
not dated

DESCRIPTION: 1 ALS from Violet Hunt to Graham Greene inviting him and his wife to come visit and thanking him for sending a book. Signed "Violet Hueffer."

Box: 1 Fold: 29 Violet Hunt
not dated

DESCRIPTION: 1 ALS from Violet Hunt to Graham Greene thanking him for his letter. Hunt writes, "Your letter warms the cockles of my heart..." References to Violet's mother Margaret Hunt, Greene's Stamboul Train, and Joseph Conrad.

Box: 1 Fold: 30 Violet Hunt
not dated

DESCRIPTION: 1 ALS from Violet Hunt to Graham Greene thanking him for a story and inviting him to visit.

Box: 1 Fold: 31 Constant Lambert
not dated

DESCRIPTION: 1 ALS from Constant Lambert to Graham Greene offering to write a monthly article for "Night and Day," a journal of which Greene was the editor. In the post script Lambert writes, "Need the articles be too serious? It would be a relief to get away from technicalities for a bit." The letter is sent from Renishaw Hall, Sheffield, c/o Osbert Sitwell.

Box: 1 Fold: 32 Constant Lambert
not dated

DESCRIPTION: 1 ALS from Constant Lambert to Graham Greene regarding the article he will write and requesting a delay until the autumn.

Box: 1 Fold: 33 Constant Lambert
not dated

DESCRIPTION: 1 ALS from Constant Lambert to Graham Greene regarding the article. Lambert writes, "I enclose my copy for Night and Day. The title will give you a nasty shock..."

Box: 1 Fold: 34 Kim Philby
1968?

DESCRIPTION: 1 TLS dated April 29 (1968?) from Kim Philby to Graham Greene regarding the preface Greene wrote for Philby's book and Greene's decision to not revisit the Soviet Union.

Box: 1 Fold: 35 Graham Greene
1978

DESCRIPTION: 1 TLS dated 5/17/1978 from Graham Greene to Kim Philby thanking him for his letter. Reference to Laszlo Robert and the Vietnamese film titled "Letter to G.G."

Box: 1 Fold: 36 Kim Philby
1979

DESCRIPTION: 1 ACS (postcard) postmarked 1/8/1979 from Kim Philby to Graham Greene. "New Year Greetings from Your Fan in Havana." The postcard is from the Floridita Bar in Havana, Cuba.

Box: 1 Fold: 37 Graham Greene
1979

DESCRIPTION: 1 ALS dated 11/24/1979 from Graham Greene to Kim Philby regarding "The Ayatollah business." References to Ruhollah Khomeini, SALT 2, and Norman Sherry. 1 typed transcription of the 11/24/1979 letter, including all but the last sentence.

Box: 1 Fold: 38 Kim Philby
1980?

DESCRIPTION: 1 TLS dated January 2 (1980?) from Kim Philby to Graham Greene regarding his visit to Havana and responding to Greene's comments about the Ayatollah and other political situations. References to Malcolm Muggeridge, Ruhollah Khomeini, the Iranian Hostage Crisis, and Hafizullah Amin.

Box: 1 Fold: 39 Graham Greene
1980

DESCRIPTION: 1 ALS dated 1/27/1980 from Graham Greene to Kim Philby regarding international politics including Afghanistan, Russia, and the United States. Reference to Malcolm Muggeridge and Hafizullah Amin.

Box: 1 Fold: 40 Kim Philby
1980?

DESCRIPTION: 1 TLS dated April 5 (1980?) from Kim Philby to Graham Greene regarding mutual acquaintances, international politics and his life in the Soviet Union. Reference to Malcolm and Katherine (Kitty) Muggeridge. Reference to "For Whom the Bell Chimes," Bernard Levin, Anthony Burgess, Andrew Boyle, and Hugh Greene.

Box: 1 Fold: 41 Graham Greene
1980

DESCRIPTION: 1 ALS dated 4/23/1980 from Graham Greene to Kim Philby regarding two proposed media appearances. Reference to Malcolm Muggeridge and Fidel Castro. The letterhead address has been cut from the top of the letter.

Box: 1 Fold: 42 Kim Philby
1980

DESCRIPTION: 1 TLS dated 6/6/1980 from Kim Philby to Graham Greene regarding the Cuban affair and dealing with the media. Reference to Greene's book, Doctor Fischer of Geneva.

Box: 1 Fold: 43 Graham Greene
1980

DESCRIPTION: 1 ALS dated 7/30/1980 from Graham Greene to Kim Philby regarding his travels to Spain and his plans to travel to Panama and Nicaragua. Reference to the mayor of Madrid, Enrique Tierno Galvan.

Box: 1 Fold: 44 Kim Philby
1984?

DESCRIPTION: 1 TLS dated October 13 (1984?) from Kim Philby to Graham Greene regarding Central America and John Paul II's visit there. Reference to Greene's book Getting to Know the General. Reference to the death of Yuri Andropov.

Box: 1 Fold: 45 Kim Philby
1985

DESCRIPTION: 1 TLS dated 10/10/1985 from Kim Philby to Graham Greene regarding Greene's books The Tenth Man and The Third Man.

Box: 1 Fold: 46 Graham Greene
1985

DESCRIPTION: 1 TLS dated 10/24/1985 from Graham Greene to Kim Philby regarding his visit to Georgetown University.

Box: 1 Fold: 47 Kim Philby
1986

DESCRIPTION: 1 TLS dated 9/24/1986 from Kim Philby and his wife, Rufa, to Graham Greene and Yvonne Cloetta regarding their visit.

Box: 1 Fold: 48 Graham Greene
1986

DESCRIPTION: 1 ALS (with envelope) dated 10/6/1986 from Graham Greene and Yvonne Cloetta to Kim and Rufa Philby regarding their visit while they were in Russia.

Box: 1 Fold: 49 Graham Greene
1987

DESCRIPTION: 1 TLS dated 9/14/1987 from Graham Greene to Kim Philby regarding another visit. Greene writes, "Yvonne and I so enjoyed seeing you both again."

Box: 1 Fold: 50 Kim Philby
1987

DESCRIPTION: 1 TLS dated 11/18/1987 from Kim Philby to Graham Greene regarding the book Spycatcher and his visit to Moscow.

Box: 1 Fold: 51 Graham Greene
1987

DESCRIPTION: 1 TLS (with envelope) dated 12/2/1987 from Graham Greene to Kim Philby regarding the book Spycatcher and the meal they shared in Moscow. Reference to Minehead.

Box: 1 Fold: 52 Kim Philby
1988

DESCRIPTION: 1 TLS dated 1/27/1988 from Kim Philby to Graham Greene regarding a biography. Reference to Greene's Minehead connection.

Box: 1 Fold: 53 Graham Greene
May 15, 1988

DESCRIPTION: 1 ALS dated 5/15/1988 from Graham Greene and Yvonne Cloetta to Rufa Philby regarding Kim's death.

Box: 1 Fold: 54 Graham Greene
not dated

DESCRIPTION: 1 TLS from Graham Greene to Kim Philby. Greene writes, "This rather ancient and forgotten document which may amuse you."

Box: 1 Fold: 55 Envelope
1987

DESCRIPTION: 1 envelope postmarked 3/2/1987 addressed to "Monsieur and Madame H.A.R. Philby" probably by Yvonne Cloetta.

Box: 1 Fold: 56 Graham Greene - Photograph
not dated

DESCRIPTION: 1 b/w photograph of a signed photograph of Graham Greene signed "For Rufa..."

Box: 1 Fold: 57 Graham Greene and Kim Philby - Article
2001

DESCRIPTION: 1 page from the newspaper "Helsingin Sanomat" including the article "Kolmannen miehen paras ystava" regarding Graham Greene and Kim Philby.

Box: 1 Fold: 58 Kim Philby - Book Review
1995

DESCRIPTION: Article clipping from the London Review of Books dated 2/23/1995 titled "Lucky Kim" by Christopher Hitchens.

Box: 1 Fold: 59 The Captain and the Enemy
1974-1985

DESCRIPTION: AMS of The Captain and the Enemy, 21 sheets with page numbers 1-20, contains autograph corrections and notations by Greene. The first page contains notes written by Greene explaining how the manuscript was worked on at many different times including dates and circumstances. The dates range from 12/16/1974 to 11/23/1985. Also contains the autograph note "No character in this book is based on a living person..."

Box: 1 Fold: 60 The Captain and the Enemy
1974-1985

DESCRIPTION: AMS of The Captain and the Enemy, 20 sheets with page numbers 21-42,

contains autograph corrections and notations by Greene.

Box: 1 Fold: 61 The Captain and the Enemy
1974-1985

DESCRIPTION: AMS of The Captain and the Enemy, 20 sheets with page numbers 66-99,

contains autograph corrections and notations by Greene.

Box: 1 Fold: 62 The Captain and the Enemy
1974-1985

DESCRIPTION: AMS of The Captain and the Enemy, 20 sheets with page numbers 101-189,

contains autograph corrections and notations by Greene. Includes a page with the quotation by George Birmingham and a page titled "Apologie" regarding the long history of the short novel.

Box: 1 Fold: 63 The Captain and the Enemy - Folder
not dated

DESCRIPTION: Original storage folder for the AMS of The Captain and the Enemy with autograph note "Needs arranging" on cover by Greene.

Box: 1 Fold: 64 The Captain and the Enemy
1985

DESCRIPTION: TM of The Captain and the Enemy, 30 sheets with page numbers 1-29, contains autograph corrections and additions by Greene. The manuscript is dated 1/7/1985.



Box: 1 Fold: 65 The Captain and the Enemy
1985

DESCRIPTION: TM of The Captain and the Enemy, 30 sheets with page numbers 30-60,

contains autograph corrections and additions by Greene.

Box: 1 Fold: 66 The Captain and the Enemy
1985

DESCRIPTION: TM of The Captain and the Enemy, 38 sheets with page numbers 61-137,

contains autograph corrections and additions by Greene.

Box: 2 Fold: 1 The Captain and the Enemy
not dated

DESCRIPTION: TM of The Captain and the Enemy, 30 sheets with page numbers 26-98,

contains autograph corrections and additions by Greene. This typed manuscript draft begins on page 26 and is not dated.

Box: 2 Fold: 2 The Captain and the Enemy
not dated

DESCRIPTION: TM of The Captain and the Enemy, 30 sheets with page numbers 99-132,

contains autograph corrections and additions by Greene.

Box: 2 Fold: 3 The Captain and the Enemy
not dated

DESCRIPTION: TM of The Captain and the Enemy, 30 sheets with page numbers 133-167 (with pages numbered 80 and 84 inserted), contains autograph corrections and additions by Greene.

Box: 2 Fold: 4 The Captain and the Enemy
not dated

DESCRIPTION: TM of The Captain and the Enemy, 29 sheets with page numbers 168-192,

contains autograph corrections and additions by Greene.

Box: 2 Fold: 5 The Captain and the Enemy - Folder
not dated

DESCRIPTION: Original storage folder for the typed manuscripts of The Captain and the Enemy, signed by Greene. "Two typescript drafts" is written on the front.

Box: 2 Fold: 6 For Whom the Bell Chimes
1978

DESCRIPTION: TM of For Whom the Bell Chimes, 54 sheets with page numbers 1-53,

contains a few autograph corrections and underlining. The manuscript is labeled "1st draft, June 1978."

Box: 2 Fold: 7 For Whom the Bell Chimes
1978

DESCRIPTION: TM of For Whom the Bell Chimes, Act III, 21 sheets with page numbers 34-54. The manuscript is labeled "2nd draft, July 1978, Act III."



Box: 2 Fold: 8 For Whom the Bell Chimes
1980

DESCRIPTION: TM of For Whom the Bell Chimes, partial Act III, 10 sheets with page numbers 60-69, including autograph corrections by Greene and dated February 1980. There is a small note along with the manuscript that reads "If sending add Act III...Feb 1980."

Box: 2 Fold: 9 For Whom the Bell Chimes
not dated

DESCRIPTION: TM of For Whom the Bell Chimes, 60 sheets with page numbers 1-60. The manuscript is labeled "final typescript." There is a small note included that reads, "Top typed copy."

Box: 2 Fold: 10 For Whom the Bell Chimes
not dated

DESCRIPTION: Xerox copy of For Whom the Bell Chimes, 49 sheets with page numbers I-1 through III-23.

Box: 2 Fold: 11 For Whom the Bell Chimes
1979

DESCRIPTION: TM of For Whom the Bell Chimes, Act III, 1 sheet with page numbers 60. The page is labeled "New Ending: Nov 1979."

Box: 2 Fold: 12 For Whom the Bell Chimes
1980

DESCRIPTION: TM of For Whom the Bell Chimes, 1 sheet, containing a list of corrections. The page is labeled "Corrections: For Whom the Bell Chimes (if new Act III)" and dated February 1980.

Box: 2 Fold: 13 For Whom the Bell Chimes - Folder
1978

DESCRIPTION: Original Storage folder for For Whom the Bell Chimes dated June 1978. The folder is labeled "Final Typescripts, Not final Stage Version."

Box: 2 Fold: 14 A House of Reputation
not dated

DESCRIPTION: Xerox copy of the TM of A House of Reputation. Acts I and II, some autograph pages and autograph corrections by Greene (all xerox copy), 69 sheets with page numbers I-1 through II-30.

Box: 2 Fold: 15 A House of Reputation
not dated

DESCRIPTION: TM of A House of Reputation, 5 sheets with scattered page numbers, containing autograph corrections and additions by Greene.

Box: 2 Fold: 16 A House of Reputation
not dated

DESCRIPTION: AM of A House of Reputation, Act III, 7 sheets with page numbers 1-7, containing autograph corrections and additions by Greene.

Box: 2 Fold: 17 A House of Reputation
1986

DESCRIPTION: TM of A House of Reputation, 10 sheets with scattered page numbers, containing autograph corrections and additions by Greene. The manuscript is dated 11/20/1986.

Box: 2 Fold: 18 A House of Reputation - Folder
not dated

DESCRIPTION: Original storage folder for the manuscript of A House of Reputation: A Play in Three Parts. Signed by Greene.

Box: 2 Fold: 19 The Tenth Man
1944?

DESCRIPTION: TM of The Tenth Man, 46 sheets with page numbers 1-45. The manuscript is labeled in pencil "1st Typescript? 1944."

Box: 2 Fold: 20 The Tenth Man
1944?

DESCRIPTION: TM of The Tenth Man, 26 sheets with page numbers 46-71.

Box: 2 Fold: 21 The Tenth Man
1944?

DESCRIPTION: TM of The Tenth Man, 21 sheets with page numbers 72-92.

Box: 2 Fold: 22 The Tenth Man
1944?

DESCRIPTION: TM of The Tenth Man, 24 sheets with page numbers 93-116. It appears that the last page (p. 116) was typed at a later date.

Box: 2 Fold: 22.5 The Tenth Man
not dated

DESCRIPTION: AM of Introduction to The Tenth Man, 4 sheets with page numbers 1-4.

Box: 2 Fold: 23 The Tenth Man
not dated

DESCRIPTION: TM of The Tenth Man, Introduction, including the story of Jim Braddon and "Nobody to Blame," 19 sheets with page numbers 1-19, with autograph corrections and additions by Greene. There is a note included with the manuscript that reads, "Typescript: Corrected throughout, some corrections in Greene's hand."

Box: 2 Fold: 24 The Tenth Man
not dated

DESCRIPTION: TM of The Tenth Man, Part One, 19 sheets with pages numbered 1-19, containing autograph corrections by Greene.

Box: 2 Fold: 25 The Tenth Man
not dated

DESCRIPTION: TM of The Tenth Man, Part Two, 39 sheets with pages numbered 20-58,

containing autograph corrections.

Box: 2 Fold: 26 The Tenth Man
not dated

DESCRIPTION: TM of The Tenth Man, Part Three, 17 sheets with pages numbered 59-75,

containing autograph corrections.

Box: 2 Fold: 27 The Tenth Man
not dated

DESCRIPTION: TM of The Tenth Man, Part Four, 20 sheets with pages numbered 76-95,

containing autograph corrections.

Box: 2 Fold: 28 The Tenth Man
1984

DESCRIPTION: TM of The Tenth Man, Introduction, 24 sheets with pages numbered in red ink 1-24, containing autograph corrections. The manuscript includes a list of other books by Greene with autograph additions, two title pages, and the copyright information: "Introduction and revised text Graham Greene 1984."

Box: 2 Fold: 29 The Tenth Man
1984

DESCRIPTION: TM of The Tenth Man, Part One, 20 sheets with pages numbered in red

ink 25-44, containing autograph corrections.

Box: 2 Fold: 30 The Tenth Man
1984

DESCRIPTION: TM of The Tenth Man, Part Two, 40 sheets with pages numbered in red

ink 45-84, containing autograph corrections.

Box: 2 Fold: 31 The Tenth Man
1984

DESCRIPTION: TM of The Tenth Man, Part Three, 18 sheets with pages numbered in red

ink 85-102, containing autograph corrections.

Box: 2 Fold: 32 The Tenth Man
1984

DESCRIPTION: TM of The Tenth Man, Part Four, 21 sheets with pages numbered in red

ink 103-123, containing autograph corrections.

Box: 3 Fold: 1 The Tenth Man
1984 - 1985

DESCRIPTION: TM of The Tenth Man , 40 sheets with pages numbered in pencil 1-40, containing autograph corrections. The manuscript is dated 8/13/1984 and contains the copyright information "Introduction and revised text Graham Greene 1985." There is a small note included with the manuscript that reads, "Carbon copy of the last typescript of 10th Man."

Box: 3 Fold: 2 The Tenth Man
1984 - 1985

DESCRIPTION: TM of The Tenth Man , 37 sheets with pages numbered in pencil 41-77,

containing autograph corrections. Page 63 has a small sheet stapled to it regarding a correction in the time sequence of the story.

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